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Full text of "Bibliotheca Reediana. A catalogue of the ... library of the late Isaac Reed, esq., of Staple Inn. Deceased ... Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. King and Lochée ... Nov. 2, 1807, and 38 following days (Sundays excepted) .."

THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 









GIF!' OF 






CLAUDE 


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BIBLIOTHECA REEDIANA 



CATALOGUE 

CURIOUS & EXTENSIFE 

LIB RARY 

OK THE LAXB 

ISAAC REED; ESa. 

OF STAPLE INN. 

ueceafeD. 

Editor of the Lad Edition of Shakfpeare. 

Comprehending a moft Extraordinary CoUeaion of 
Books, in K.nglifh Literature f pnrti«ularly relating 
to the Englifli Drama, and Poetry, re any of then™ 
extremely Scarce, and enriched by his MS, Notes, 
and Obfervations. Together with his Manu- 
fcripts. Prints, Books of Prints, Book Cafes, &c. 

cdibicb mm tje ^m ijp auaton, 

By Meffrs.KmGandl.OCUm, 

AT THEIR GREAT ROOM, 

5130. 38, 

KING-STREET, CO VENT-GARDEN, 

On MONDAY, NOV. 2, 1807, 

AND 38 FOLLOWING DAYS, (SuKDAYS KXCEPTED.) 
AT TWELVE o'cLOCK. 

May be viewed on Monday, Oft. i6, and till the Time 
of Sale, and Catalogues had at the Room, illuAra* 
ted with a Portrait of Mr. Reed, price 5s. 

■ . ' ■ , ■ i I 'I I I I'll ■!■ 

J. Barktr, Printer^ Crctt Ruilcl-Stre«t, CoTcnt.Gartfen 



Conditions of SaJe\ 



J. The hi^heft Bidder to be the Buyer | and, if any 
Difpute ari(e> between two or more Bidders, the 
Lot (o difputed ihall he i immediately put up again 
and re-fold. . • 

II. No Perl'on to advance lefs than 6d ; above One 
Pound, IS. ; above Five Pounds 2s. 6d. and fo on 
in I'roportion. 

IH. The Purchafers to aive in their Names and 
Places of Abode, ana to pay down 5s. in the 
Pound in Part o\ Payment of the Purchafe- money ; 
in Default ot which the Lot or Lots lo purchafed 
to be immediately put up again and re-fold ; and 
all Lot' to be cleared at the Buyer's Expence, ^tthe 
expiration of one Day alter the Salp. 

IV. The Books «r<. prcfumcd to be perfed, unlefs 
otheiwile expreflied ; but if upon collating, at 
THE Place of Sale, any (hould prove defec- 
tive, ihe Purchafers will be at Liberty to laJce or 
rcfofe tliem. 

V Upon Failure of complying with the above 
Conditions, the Money depofited in Part of Pay- 
ir.eiil ihall be forfeited ; and all Lots uncleared 
within the Time aforefaid, fliall be re-fold by 
public or private Sale, and the Deficiency (if any) 
attending fuch Rc'faie ihall be made good by tbe 
Deiaulters at ihi» Sal^. 



Gentlemen who cannot attend the Sale may have 
theii CominiiTions faithfully executed by their 
humble Servants, 



KiMG and Locheb* 



I 






Advertijefnent. 



W^HAT has been faid of the late Dr. 
Farmer's books, may, in a confiderable de- 
gree, be applied to the following colleftion ; 
it being premifed, that what is funher offered 
concerning Mr. Reed or his Library, relates 
to both with a view, particularly to Englilh 
Literature. 

*' For the improvement of Sale Cata- 
logues, it has been ufual to exhibit fuch 
manufcript remarks as occurred in volumes 
that had been the property of diftinguifl^ed, 
charafters. Sometimes, however, the^ ob- 
fervations of the late Mr. Reed, refpedting 
the rarity of his books, or the authors and 
fubjefts of them, are fo extenfive, that the 
introduftion of all fuch memoranda would 
have encreafed the prefent Catalogue per- 
haps three-fold. Thefe notices, therefore, 
are cited only on particular occafions ; but 
the feadvir will, find fuch information at the 

beginning 

'^ 63085^ 



2 Advertisement. 

beginning, or in other parts, of many workf 
enumerated in the following pages.'* 

Nor will the reader often, if ever, have 
Occafion to complain of a mifplaced confi- 
dence in the value and authenticiiy of the in- 
telligence, which thefe remarks afford. Ac- 
cuftomed to exercife the minuteft accuracy 
in afccrtaining the hiftory as well as the 
chara6er of publications, Mr, Reed has 
recorded circumftances relating to foin6, oF 
which the authors were anonymous; to 
others, of which miftaken notions had been 
formed ^ and to feveral in which erroneous 
affertions have been ftated : there are alfo 
fome, in which he has inferted brief remarks 
of other writers on the fubjedt, and the 
interefting epiftolary correfpondence of au- 
thors. He had been a judicious collector 
more than forty years; and few days pafTed, 
in which he was free from illnefs, that did 
not witnefs, within that period, fjme curious 
addition of this kind to the literary hiflory 

of his country. Of his ingenuity and found 
judgment the world Has received abundant 

proof in his notes on the re-publifhcd Old 

Plays 



AdvertUe^nenU 3 

Plays, which Dodfley had fir ft collected j 
as well as in thofe on Shakspbarb t ami 
the ufeful occupation of his time will be fui> 
ther exemplified, not only by thefe notices 
in printed books, but alfo by the contents 
of a few manufcripts in the prefent collec- 
tion. And, while thus employed himfelf, 
he was at the fame time never more happy 
than in encoutaging the literary purfuits o£ 
others. To Mr. Reed no man ever applied 
in vain for the information which he could 
giv^ ; afid no man retired from an interview 
of this nitare without confefiGng himfelf, if 
rtot gratified by the immediate acquifition of 
the knowledge required, at leaft improved 
by the uncommon erudition of the critic, 
and delighted with the frank and friendly 
temper of the man. He was, indeed, a 
moft friendly man 5 endeared to all who 
knew him by his unafluming manners, his 
inftru6live converfation, and his honeft heart. 
He was ftern, and juftly ftern, only when he 
deteQed in others the violation of truth, and 
obferved fophiftry affuming the place of 
argument. With an independent fpirit he 
difplayed alfo a truly modeft and retired 

difpofition; 



4 Advertisement. 

difpofuion : furrounded with bodies, and 
content with a very moderate income, to 
him, as Profpero fays, 



" hit library 



" Was dukedom large eaoogh/'' 



Tni? colleftion, it may be added, confifts, 
without any intermixture, entirely of Mr, 
Reed's books; and is clalTed in a mannrcr 
conformable to an opinion on this fubjei^ 
which he had of en exprefled. To fpecify 
the rarities in it, would be here unneceffary. 
They fpeak for themlelvcs. And, upon the 
whole, it may be affirm'ed, that, in curious 
Englith literature, a more interefting collec- 
tion has not often been amafled, and will 
nx)t ^eafily perhaps be equallc<l. 



( 5 ) 

GENERAL INDEX. 

DICTIONARIES, Grammars, Treatifes oa Edu- 
cation, Catalogues^ Sic. 3vo. page i 

Ditto, 4to. — — 7 

Ditto, fclio —. — lo 

Latin and French, 8vo. — — • ii 

Ditto, 4to, — — 12 

Divinity, Svo. — — . ao 

Ditto, 4to. — — i8 

Ditto, folio — — 19 
Arts and Sciences, Medical, BotaDical, Trade, Coin, 

&c. Svo. — — 40 

Ditto, 4to. — — 3g 

Ditto, folio — — 39 

Mifcellaneous, Svo. — — 73 

Ditto, 4to. — — 38 

Ditto, folio .• — 38 

Periodical Works, folio — 47 

Magazines, Svo. — — . 108 
Englifti and Foreign Hiftory, Voyages and Travels, 

Svo. — — 151 

Ditto, 4to. — — 147 

Djtto, folio — — 69 

Romances, 410. — — nj 

Witches, 4to. , — .. 123 

Trafls, fingle, 8vo. — — 261 

Poetry, Svo. — — 300 

Ditto, 4to. — — 305 

Ditto, folio — — 436 

Plays, 4to. — — 340 

£ngli(h Theatre, Hiftory of the Stage, Svo, 360 

Ditto, 4C0. — — 390 

Ditto, folio — — 39t 

Manufcripts — — 393 

Prints — — 40Z 



( V } 



THE ORDER OF THE SALE. 



Firft Day, Monday, November 2, A. D. 1807. 

?vo. Didioimaries, Grammars, Catalogurt, &c. A, 
X X 4to> DittQ, J. to ff^. folio Ditto, B. to 
y. page I 10 

Second Day, Tuesday, November 3. 

tvo. Latin and French, J. to Z. 4to. Ditto, ^, to 7*. ~ 
Divinity, A. to Z>. folio Laiiii and Freach, 
B, XoS. page 10 19 

Third Day, Wednesday , November 4. 

$»o. Divinity, A. toN. 4tQ, Ditto D, to ^. folio 
Ari& and Sciences, B. to P. page i^-^-x-^s^ 

Fourth Diy, Thursday, November 5. 

Std. Divinity, continued P. to Z 410. Ditto, J, to 
If'. Arts and Sciences, A. to ^. folio Mifcel- 
laneooa, A. to ^. page 29 40 

Fifth Day, Friday^ November 6. 

8vo. Arts and Sciences, A. to H. 410. Diito, C to H, 
Folio Periodical Works, jB. to L. page 40-^ 
47 

Sixth Day, Saturday, November 7. 

8vo. Arts and Sciences, H. to T. including Tra6lt, 
4ti. Ditto, H. to M. folio Periodical Works, 
M. to ^. page 48 57 



' ( Ix ) 

Scvcq^^h P|iy, ^and/^, November 9. 

Svi^. Tr^^$< 4to< A.rts *nd Sckncfii, M to ji. foL 
HiftQrjr^,,^..(g ^, page 57fl.rT— jo. 

Eighth Day, Tuesday^ November 10. 

8vo. Trads coDtkiued, X. to ff!" Arts and Sciences, 
4. CQ ff. 4.to. Ditto, Tj, to r. Mifcellaoe- 
pus, J^^i<^ £, folio, Hiftocy, £, to C. 
page 70 80 

Ninth D^y, fVedtiesday^ Hatiemj^er \\» 

8vo. Mifcellancous, ^. 19 l^ 41Q, C» <ft<f . folio. 
Hiftory, C. to Da, page 80— —86 

Tenth Day, Thurfda^y Noyesirihr la. 

8vo. Mifcellaiieous, D^. to CLT. 410. Po. GA. to M/. 
folio. Hiftory, EC to G/i. page 86 97 

Eleventh Day, Fn4ay, November 13. 
8vo. Mifcell#negu#, GC/^. to LE, 4tQ. W to P/J. 
folio. Hiftory, GR. to ^£i?. p. 97 106 

Twelfth D^y, l^atnrdfeft No^^mber }j^. 

8vo. Mifcelianeous, LE. to M£/. 410. Do. including 
Romapcesj ^. to T, foiip. ^ijtofjr, ^/, j» 
HU, page 107 -116 

Thirteenth Day, Monday, Novtmier 16. 

8vo. Mifcelianeous, MUS, to SP. 4to. Do. ff^E. toT. 
Iplji?, Hiftofy, 4. tq J[,fP£» pftX« t VTIrrJ *$. 

Fourteenth Day, Tucfday^ Ifqvemke^'-i'j: 

8vo. Mifcelianeous, SP. to T". including Trafls, ^to. 
Trad§, folio. Hill. M^. tq Otf. i,26--j^a 

Fifteenth Day, Pf'ednefday, NQvember 1 8. 

8v«. Mifcelianeous, Trads concluded, &• to W. 
4to. JJo. TRI. to /^ Hiilory, A. to fiO. 
folio. Do. LiF, to A4/i. i j8 149 



( X ) 

Sixteenth Day, thnrfday^ Novmbtr 19. 
Jvo. MifcellaneoBs, W^. \o Z. Hiftory, A. to BO, 
4to. Do. BO. to CO. folio. PH. to ^O. 
page 150—159 

Seventeenth Day, Friday t November 20. 

8vo. Hiftory, BOL, to COL, 4to. CO^. to £A^. 

folio, SA, to 5£. page 106 170 

Eighteenth Day, Saturday, November 21. 

8vo. Hiftory COL. to 7"^. 410. ENG. to GR. folio. 
5i*. to STEr. page 170 179 

Nineteenth Day, Monday, November 23. . 

8fo. Hiftory. FAL. to HIsT. 4to. G^. to 7-^. folio. 
TraSs, page 1 79 190 

Twentieth Day, Tuejday, November 24. 

8vo. Hiftory. lltST. to JOH. 410. /A'Z). to LIF. 
folio. Trades continued, page 190— —199 

Twenty- Firft Day, Wednefday, November 25. 
8vo. Hiftory, 10. to LIFE, 4to. Z,/;^£5. 200—207 

Twenty-Second Day, Tburjday^ November 26, 

8vo. Hiftorv. L/A'fS continued 410. LONDON to 
Af£^. (olio Txi£ti>, ITEST, 208—217 

Twenty-Third Day, Fridayy November 27. 

8vo. Hiftory, Z,/^£S to MET 4to. ^fiAT to PjiR, 
folio. WEEy \o X page 217 271 

Twenty Fourth Day, Saturday, Norjcmber aS* 

8vo. Hiftory, MI to POL, 4«o. /'-rfS. to PUB^ 
foio. Poetry, i^^r, to page 2^7 2j() 



( xi ) 

Twenty- Fifth Day, Monday, November 30. 

«vo. Hiftory, POLL to SH, 410. RAL. to SOL. 
folio. Poetry, r^S. to TRACTS .237— .J45 

Twenty-Sixth Day, Tuefday^ December i- 

avo. Hiftory, SML to TRACTS- 410. SO. to TRACTS, 
" ioUo. ?oetTy, TRACTS to If^L "z 45— 260 

Twenty-Seventh Day, Wednefday^ Dec, 2. 

Svo. HiHory, TRACTS continued. 410. Do. Do. 

261 273 

Twenty- Eighth Day, Thurfdayy Dec. 3, 
8vo. TRACTS — 273 ?289 

Twenty-Ninth Day, Friday , Dec. 4, ^ 

gvo^ Hiftory, FI. to Z. 410. TRACTS to Z. pa^e 

290— —300 

Thirtieth-Day, Saturday, Dec. 5. . 

Sto. Poetry, ^. to COL. 410, Do. ^. to GO. page 

3C0 309 

Thirty-Firft Day, Mondqy^ Dec, 7. 

8vo. Poetry, COLL. to //OZ. 410. GRA. to jR£. 
page 309 318 

Thirty-Second Day, TtLeJday, Dec. 8. 

8vo, Poetry, HOL. to MUS. 410. POEMS to ^£Z). 
page 3:9 330 

Thirty-Third Day, fPedvefday, Dec. 9. 

8vo, Poetry, A'££ to /?£. 4.10. ROG. to fF. PIay», 
Anonynaous, page 331 341 



( xH ) 

Thirty-Fourth Day, TKnrJda^j Dec, lo. 
8«r». Poetry, POE. to ST. 410. Pfay», AnonymoQi* 
continued to C0^2^, page 34'~~~i5* 

Thirty- Fifth Day, Friday, Dec. 11. 

•ve. Poetry, ST/^. to f. 410. Plays, CR4, to /iOJV, 

page 35Z 360 

Tb\rty-$\xth Day y Saturday, Dec, 12. 

gire. Englifb Theatre, J. to A'Or. 4to Plays, 7£. 
to PL. page 361 371 

Thirty-Seventh Day, Monday , Dee. 14, 

$vo. Englifli Theiitrc, Xi^N. to IMC. 419. Pltya* 

iV/. to fFJ. 37 2 38* 

Thirty-Eighth Day, Tuejday^ Dec, 15, 

t»o. Enelifh Theatre, ^/C. tor. 4to. Plays, Wl, 
toZ. Theatre, B. to fT. folio. Theatre, 
£. to 5. page 38^ 393 

Thirty-Niptb P.4y, Wfdnejday, Pec. i6. 

Manuferipts, page 393 to 402. PrinU, 402 40J. 

fiookcares, 405. 



-■' ■ ■" ' I. -^ i I 



CATALOGUE, £^c. 



Firft Day's Sale, 



Di^ionaries, Grammars, Treatifes onEducatioiiy 

Catalogues, (3c» 

OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

LOT ,, 

/ 1 A LPHABETIC Writing [Origin and Progrcfs /^X^/ 
Jl\. of) ' — — 1772 ^ 

/a Baretti ( Jofcph) IntroduAion to the European Lan- /^>t^ 

guages 1772 

j3 Bettcfworth (J.) on Naval Education, 1782. Edu- ^ 

J I cation at Elphinfton's Academy -U'/-fu> 

(4 Blount (Thos.) Diftionary of Hard Words 1656 

> 5 Brerewood on Languages — 1674 ^.X^^^ 

^5 Bright (Tim.) on ihorte, Iwifte, and fecretV/ri- ^ v/ 

' ting, by Charaftcr 1588 ^^fj^ 

. 67 Browne's Eoglifc Expofitor, 1707, and Bullokar ^- /kM. 

yo 8 Browne (David) New Invention, or Art of faire ^^^^^^^v 
•«^- y Writing ' ■'■ ' St, Andrenuet 1621 ^^ 

r"^* ^9 Carpenter (Thos ) Scholar's Spelling Affifiant ^^'^^ 

P-Ti; B 



^»w 



/ 



. /lo Catalogue, Addifon (Jofeph) Lihrary I79f 

ii Ames (Jq^pli). '7^» ^"*^ Tho«. 

AWtn ditto, 1795 
//12 I Andrews (Jas. Pcttit) ditto 1797 

'./{15 __—— Bacon (Thos. Sclater) 4/fV/a 173$ 

2 14 Barnard (Thos. Allen), 1789. Chas. 

/ Chaoncey, I. p. 1790 

. /,5 , Beauderk (Topham) i////o, fe#. 178* 

"r/jg .__« Beckwith (Thomas) Heraldic MSS. 1791 

'y./xjr Bernard (Fr.) i'^rflfjf 1698 

//t8 — — . Bookfellers marked, viz. White, Eger- 

ton, &c. 

J jQ ■ ■ I Bridges (John) Library, I. p, 17 J5 M'i 

/ ^o ■ Britifli Mufeum Duplicates 1788 

/ >8i Brooke (Zack.) ■^'^^«0' '789 

^ 1j» . Chrift Church Canterbury, 1743, ditto, 

as drawn up by the Rev. Mr. Todd, 1802 

/ $3 College of Phyficians, /. /. 1757 

/ ,34 — ■ Collins (Anty.) library^ z parts 1730 

. ^%^ Cottonian MSS. .'77? 

^y 2/b .— — — Croft's Library, with the prices printed 

^/j,y D*Eon, 179X. Matt. Duane, 1793, 

Andrew Coltee Ducarel, 1786 

/ jg . Defenfans (Noel) Piiluret igoi 

.. jn Dodd (Jas. Wm.) Liirarj, part priced 

> by Mr. Reed — - 1797 

i'/lP Ellis (Joho) 1752. John Henderfon, 

»78« 
^ ,/ •! — Farmer (Rich.) Library 1798 

/r./s* ■ ■ ■ iarge faptf, with tbt 

pritn ■ »^« 

/ J J I . ■ Folkes (Martin) Library — 1756 

^ /a^ .^ Forfter (Rich.) ditto, large faptr, nvitb 

^ ^„V^, — i8o6 

35 — — — Gems (of) 

J /Is^ Glynn (Robt.) Library iBo» 

[3^ _^ Goife(Sam.) of Oriental MSS. 179J. 

Geo. Sale, MSS. in Arabic, Sec. 

// 38 ■ Harley, E. of Oxford, 5 vols. 1745 ^^ 

J 39 — _ Hoblya(Robt.} Library, 2 parti, «/•/• J^ 

T" 176^ 



2 4' 

/4- 

J 4i 

y 46 

/ -^9 

^ 52 

/J/5* 
/.6S5 
/ 56 
^ 57 

^ 59 

/ 
2.660 

/ /' 
/J>6z 



4 65 



/£ 66 



/^f 6; 



Diaioimrui, GramMort, Wf.— O^vo. j 

Catalogue, Jacob (Edw.) Richard Jcbb, and Samuel 

Johnfon's Lihraries^ &c. 
Jekyll (Thos.) Libraryt 177J, and »4 

— — Keate (Geo.) Furniture, 1800, and John 

Glen King, Library — — 1788 

hothMich.) Library t fame prices 17Q1 

■ " ' Mead (Rich.) Library , Coins j Gtms» i^u 
' M»rcs (Edw. Rowe) Library 1 779 

Paris Library 1791 

-' Pcarfan {Tho«.) Jitto, large paptr 1788 

■ I ■ I ■ *witb 

1776 
1756 



the prices and portrait — 

— Ratclifie (John) Library 

-' Rawlinfon (Rich.)<//r/0 



Reufs (Jer. Dav.) Regifter of Authors, 

with Cat. of thqir Publicatioos Berlin 1791 

—- — Ritfon (Jofeph) /.iirary 1803 

— — Southg8te(Rich.) iiiraiyi, &c. 1795 

Steeveus (Geo.) ditto - — « 1800 

-i— ii^ 

— — ■■ I ■ large paper ibm 

' ' ' ' — ■ ' ■ ■■ nnith the 



ftrices 



-— largift paper ih» 

-— — Taylour (John) Library » 1793. Joha 

Henderfon, Library, 1786 

— — — Tighe (Stearne) Portraits, &c. 1799 

— — Tutct (Mark Cephas) Library 1786 

— — — Tjf-fen (Sam.) Portraits j8oa 

— Various Autlion, Edward Wynne, &c. 

viz. St. Julius CsefarV 



MSS. Hu«on*a Library, and Henley's MSS, the 

two firft priced, in i vol. 
— — . — — viz. Martin Folkes, 

1756. Jas. Weft, with prices, 1773. Anty< 

A^ew an4 John Campbell, Libraries, in x vol. 
<• James D . of Chandof , 

1746. Peter Le Neve, Phil. Cart. Webb, 

Gregory Sharpe, &c. in i vol. 

— John Warburton, Johii 



f.M 

/ 
3* 



Wilkes, JohnI?es, Robert Hoblyn, «rc, in" 

T vol.- 



4 DiBienaritt, Grammari, fti'f.— Oftivo, 

/, 68 Catalogue, by Voght, of rare Booki Hamli. 1 7^7 

6 jt^ __ V\ illiaras (Dan.) Library 1801 

2. A 70 — Worrall's, of Law Books, 2 vols. 1788 

2 71 - Wright (Rich,) Library 1787 

57 7* I I ■ — iiritb tht frket, 

/ '*• 

^>73 .. . — . large paptr 

/aJtS ■■ ■ ■ . nuilb iht priettt 

/ '^' 

^6 75 Chapman (Geo.) Abridgment of Ruddiman's Ru- 

/ diments Edm, 179Q 

^76 —— Rudiments of Latin ^ 1793 

/77 Clarke (John) Supplement to the Introduflion to 

the making Lfttin i799 

2 78 Cleland's Analytic Method to retrieve the An- 

, cient Celtic — — — - 1768^ 

jr/yg Corkerara (Hen.) Englifli Diflionary, or Inter- 

/ prcter of hard Englifli Words 1632 

z/So ' — — — 1655 

/ y8i Cockiiifl on Reading 1775 

. iiSt Cole (Elilha) Englilh Diftionary J7»3 

y f83 Devis (Ellen) Accidence — — 1803 

^^4 Dopre (Wm.) Neological French DiAionary 

1801 

^ 85 Durie (John) Reformed School, and Reformed 

Lvbrarte Keeper ■ -■ ibgi 

:^ 86 Dyche (Thos.) Englifh Diftionary 1737 

^,/'6^ Education of a Youog Gentlewoman 1598 

/I88 (Letter on) — 1777 

(89 — — (Maxims of) 178^ 

(90 Englifh Grammar (Introduction to> 1794 .yy 

^1 Entick (John) Latin and Englifli Diftionary 1771 .^^ 

-2 92 L'£pee( Abbe) on educating the Deaf and Dumb ^ckf,,. 

1801 r 

/a 93 Faureau (Robt.) on the French Tongue ,Au4\ 

, Oxford i6i8 ^ 

• /94 Felton on the Clailics 1713 i/sz:r^\ 

^ /^i ^^I*"'^' ^°.!""^^' , — '^'* ^ 

•^96 rordyce on Edtication, 2 vols. ^ ' 

^197 Free (John) Hiftory of the Englifli Tongue ,^,^ 

J98 Freke (Wm.) on Learning ^693, ^ 

>99 Gerdil on Education — — 1765 " ^''/^\ 



. oqc 



DiHhHaritt, Gtaiftmars, W^.-*OdavOi 



;/',/. 



/ /fioo Gibbon (Ediv.) E/Taifur I'Etude de la Literature 
/I .. .'761 

extra£ii from Newfpapers 17 77 

/ 101 « EiTay on the Study of Literature 

/. 0103 Giles (James) Englilh Parfing Granje/and 1803 
(i04 Gramisar (Short Introdui^ion to) 

Oxford 1 679 



•^tos 



Gram^matical Tradls, viz. Sharpe (Gregory) oa 

Languages, and Power of Letters, 17 51. 

Lowth's Englilh Grammar, firft edit, 1762, 

Cockins Art of delivering Written Language, 

/ 1775, in I vol. 

^J\q6 Grofe's Claffical Diftionary of the Vulgar Tongu» 

1785 

^ A07 

/ffJioS Provincial Gloflary 



1788 
1787 
1771 
178X 
Ditto 



^,6;iog Harris (James) Hermes 

J;o I lo Harwrood's Greek and Roman Claificks 

/III Henley on Univerfity Learning, 1756. 
/ I Compleat Linguift, No. I. 

\xii, — _ Compleat Linguift, No. I. IJL and IV. 

1719— «o 
/ J13 HeiTe (E.) Vocabulary of the German 1794. 

. /ji4 Hoolc's Cato's Diftichs, 1749. Hornfey's Gram- 

/ mar of the Eagliih Language - 

j'l/iie Tohnfon (Sam.) Englilh Diflionary, % vol. in one 

1786 
2 ii6 Jones (Wm.) fur la Literature Orientale, 1771. 
et Lsttre dans I'Examen des Livres attribues a 
Zoroallre, 1771 

of a Good) to any Na. 
1724 



117 Keegan (Wm.) Commercial Phrafeology 



/ 118 Language (Advantages 

/ tion ■ 

" 119 Latin Language (Elements of the) 

j] 10 Law French Dictionary - ■■ — 

^ |i2i Literature (Eflays upon) — — 
/■6 \zz Lowth's Engliih Grammar — 
• 6 \t^ 



/ JI24 Lynelfagoge, five Janua Tufculana 
^ if 9^ Macdonncl Diftionary of Quotatio 



1790 
171a 
1716 
1763 
1784 

1791 

iSoji 






'J 






6 ViSitnariet, GramfJtarr, Wri— Oftaro. 

; V 

j,/i26 Macintofh Gaelic ProTerbt ^Edim 17?: Oim^,^^- 

/ J27 Mair (John) Tyro's Diftionary ' Ediu, 176a ^J^^;^*:-. 
/ /ia9 Maffey (Wm.) colleftion of Barbarous Words, .^jAi 
1 75 J. and Sharpe on thie Latin Tongue 

y /119 ■ ■ ■ cn the Origin and Progrefs of Let- J^^^ 

■ ters — - 1765 

. <J J30 Mitford (Wm.) on the Harmony of Language ^. 






, fljt Murray (Lindley) Englilh Gramnoar YorV i8oa ^■ 

•^ L.^- . i?«.»....;r«. .-A 1803 

iifh 
i79« 



^; 



^0*33 Nares on the Prononciation of the Englifh <^^^4ei.rr^ 



/ *34 Nicholfon (George) Juvenile Plreceptor 1800 
//135 Nochden (George Henry) German Grammar 

^ I ?6 Northmorc /The. ^ of Education i8po '^'^ 



r 36 Northmorc (The.) of Education i8po ^ 

(137 Perrin (John) French Grammar 1803 c/^^A 

438 Peyton (V. I.) French Grammar • 1765 

JVi Pointer Hohn) Mifcellanea in ufum Juventutis > >♦ / 
^^ Academix 1718 ^^ 

40 Prienley (Jofeph) Englilh Grammar '177* ,^ / , 

2 141 Reading (Real) madefiafy Kttucafitt ii%t' %^A^4i 

?.6>\t- Render on the German Language i8oa y^^,^£^ 

2.6*^3 Richardfon (John) on Language;, Literature and ^y{^^^ 

of the Eaftern Nations Oxford 1777 y 

J ^44 Robertfon on Polite Literature ■ ■■ - 1781 ^ut^^ 

J- 6 It AS Punftuation 1785 fi/i/^^') 

. /146 Robinfon (John) on the English Language f /i / 

/ i8oa // ^ ' 

^,/i47 Roufleau (S.) Diftionary of Mohammedan Law> ^.^i^\i^ 
Shanfcrit^ Hindoo Words, &c. i8o» 

^248 Ruddimann (Thomas) Latin Grammar 

Edin. 1725 (/ui^4.^ . 

149 Salmon (Nic.) Guide pour la Langue Angloife et 
pour la Langue Francoife ■ *797 

ii|0 ' Graramaire Angloife, comparec / . 

avec la Gram. Francoife ■ ■ 1797 //c/^ 

151 Shaw (Sam.) Grammatical Diftionary 1726 ^ 

6 15a Sheridan (Tho.) Eafy Introduftion of Grammar •Mt^^^/ , 

Dublin 1714 
J53 — ■■■■ Plan of Education for the No- 

bility — — ■ _« 17^9 



j»./ii54 Sheridan (Tho.) Britifli Educatloa 1769 

/S:o'^55 Sherry (Rychard) Treatife of Schemes and Tropes 

4 156 Sibfcota (Geo.) Deaf and Dumb Mans Difcourfe 

J670 

.0,-1-1 Stepney (Wm.) Spanifh Schoole Mafter 159^ 

./c]i58 Tayler (J.) Childrens True Guide 1805 

)*59 Tocquet Latin Scholars Guide i8oo 

/?;/i6o Tooke (John Home) Diverfions of Parley, Pt. I. 

1786 
/161 Vox Oculis Snbjefta* or Artof Imparting fpeech 

Ml . 1783 

yi€z Walker (John) Melody of Speaking 1787 

jJf^S Key to the Claffical Pronunciatioa 

of Greek and Latin Proper Names, portrait 

/:6 164 Ward (John) 4 E^ayt on the Englifh Language 

/ ^ i7S8 

/■/> 165 Webb (John) Language of China the Primitive 



One 

/<l66 Weftminfter Greek Grammmr 
J167 Whitchurch on Education 
6^68 White's Englifh Verb 



1669 
1751 
1772 
1761 

>774 

1798 



/. /J169 Williams (David) on Education — 

. /i7o WiUich, Three Philofophical Effays .^ 

. /171 Wolftonecrafc on the Education of Daughters 

/ ^787 

/./i 72 Wor(fs made Vifiblc — — 1 679 

/ J73 Worrall (John) Law Catalogue — 1736 

// ^74 Xtnophon on the Education of Cyrus, engliihcd 

by Wylliam Barkar, 6. /. 1550 










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/ jf^ Afcham (Rog.) 
Dttye 



Schole Mafter, frinteJ hj J, '^^./i^ 
Land. 1570 
Lond, 1^8^ 
Di£lionary, aug- f^au^t^ 
mented by William Herbert, with Remarks, 
Bcc, by Mr, Reed, 3 vol. flatts 1785 



/ /?> i'7^ AU)crici Gentiiis de Lcgationibus 
A./"- ij^y-j Ames/Jofcph) Typographical Di 



8 Di^ionaritt, Grammar/, (Je.m^Qazrto. 

/./178 Blbliotheca Norfolciana — Loud. i68r !^Ct>^Ju/ 

^7,179 ■ Amcricapae Primordia ii, 171J ^c/h'^ 

y. /jpo Brerewood (Edw.) on the Diverfity of Language /tui^ 

/ *h' 1635 y.x, 

. 6 j8i Burrow (James) Eflay en Punaaation lA. 1772 i^i/Lt>u 

j.jj 182 Canting DIftionary, and Scoundrers Diftionary, jj / 

interleaved, with Additioas in Print and MS. <^^*^/^* 



y yj«i/ ijf Mr, Rtid 

/ ^.' 283 Catalogue Librorum in Bibliotheca oder leinfe 



/ 



184 ■ . A. C. Duke of Argyle A^. 

. 4 iS| —— Edition um Horatii qux in Bibliot}i. /^^ 

J. Douglas adfervantur Lond. 1739 y • 

<r ;86 — — Libroium Bibliotheca?, Senatn Judicum ^/A-'Cttcu^ 

\\\ Scotia — — — — . Edin, 1691 

/(iS; Catalogue of Mr. Weil's Mufeum 1773 /^^/JJA 

m% -— Monthly, 3 vol. in 2, 1725. «6, 45 ^T^ 

jT/ 189 -— — — . of the Pi^ares in the Shakefpeare >^/e4r> 

Gallery, with the Prices, by Mr. Reed 1805 
2 190 Covvell (John) the Interpreter Lond. 1637 

/ J91 Coxe (WilL) Catalogue of the MSS. in Lord 

Hardwicke's Library with the Appendix /, . 

2 192 Davys (John) on the Art of Decyphering ^^Mk 

/ ^^^' »7J7 r//- 

//iQ3— ■ — — «737 'J./ 

2 194 Dodd (Charles) Lift of Eminent Writers 1724 <^.<^ 

j'_._,i5S Engliflie and Frensftie (here beginneth a Lytel /■// 

Treatyfe for to lerne) b. I. tmprynted at Wift. -^^^/ 

minfttr hy me Wynktn dt iVordtycuriousfronti/fitct, 
/ no date, very rare 

A/196 Gifford (W.) an Examination of the Striflurei of /U/C/L/^ 
the Critical Reviewers, on the Tranfiation of "^ 

, Juvenal -: Lond. 1803 / 

/197 Hartlib (Sam.) True and Ready Way to learne ^ 

the Latine Tongue » £«»</. 1654 

V? .198 Henlhall (Sam.) the Saxon and Englifti Langua- coriL^ 

gesilluftrative of each other Lend. i-j^B 

199 Hampton's Extrafts from the Six Books of Poly- 
bius Lend, 1 764 .^^ 

200 Hotdfworth's Pharfalia and Philippi, in Virgil's 
Georgicsj attempted to be explained Ii. 176a 



/ 



DiSiienaries, GramHtarSi GTr,— Quarto. 9 

/io\ Horace, Diffcrtation on, 2 Odes, 1789. Baretti's /U^r^ 
Carmen Seculare. Whitfield on the Tyndaris 

, of Horace, 1777 ///■// 

202. Language (Foundation for a New and Unlverfal) ■/• y^'-^ 

./203 Lemon (Will.) Englifli Etymology, or Derivative j^c'<r4**~ 
Dictionary — — . — Land, 1783' 

/204 Littleton (Adanj) Latin Diflionary, no title c^^it^, 

205 Montucci (Antonio) Merits of the Chinefe Lan- Cir//<-^ 

guage — 1801 ^.y 

^ao6 Mulcafter (Rich,) Pofitions which are neceffary /^tUfc^^v 
for training of Children — Lond. \%'^i ^/</ 

; ^507 ■ firft Part of the Elementaria, J- /u>U 

which entreateth chefelie of the right writing 
, of our Englifh Tung. — — :5. 158* ////// 

JioS Nafmith (Jacobus) Cat. Lib. Manufcript. in Uf'U4X 

Acad. Cantabrigienfi Legavit, Barker 1777. — 
Tyfon's Accountof an Illuminiited Manufcript, 
hound together 
209 Parr. (S.) Difcourfe on Education and on the Plans -^:^W^ 

purfaed in Charity Schools . ^ 

,.-,aMO Ploicke (Peter) Introduftion to the French Tongue, M^ 
,'!• . h,L rs78 / 

u^ii ^eacham (Henry) Garden of Eloquence, b.l. ^wW/*-^ 

Loni. tS9S 
' 212 P«rcyval (Rich.) Bibliothcca Hifpanica, 6,1. 1591, 
containing a Grammar and Diflionary 

213 Saufeuil (Chev. de) Analyfis of French Orthp- /^A^,^ 
graphy — ~ 1767 ' , 

214 Sheridan (Tho.) Diftionary of the Englifli Lan- 

/ gas^e, portrait Loud, 1789 /^ / 

^yei5 Steele, ProfodiaRationalis — 1779 ^^^/^ 

7.0 216 Stevens (Don Juan) New Diftionary, Spanijh and /^^4-- 

, ^itglijb, and Englijh and Sfanijh Land, l^zt y 

o 21J Taylor (John) Comnoent, a L. Decemviralem A". 

/ /218 Thomas (Will.) Rules of the Italian Grammar, ^. 

6. /. ■ ' -- Land, by ti. Wykei 1567 

4219 Ufler (Jacob) Vet. Epift. Hibernicirum Sylloge 
Dublin 1032 J.if^J■^^ 
?20 Walker (John) Critical Pronouncing Diftionary 

Lond. 1791 
C 



\ 



/iey^^r 



M^ 



JO DiSianariUt Gramman, y<.— Folio. 

J {121 Withab (John) Short DiAionarie in Lat. ^pfi /»^^ 
Englifli, by Lewis Evans and Abr. Fleming, 

/ i, /. 6j T. Pur/oet 1 599 

jp/jia Wgtton's Short View of Geo. Hickes's Trc^- y^^ 
fury of the Ancient Northern Languages ^/^ 

Land. 1737 



FOLIO. 

S./s-'i'h Baretti's ( John) Alvearie or Quadruple Diaiou- /^^ 
ary, EngUJht Latin, Greek, and French, h. I. 

I Lend, 1580 y / 

/•/;i24 Clavel's Catalogue of Book', Two Parts 167 j A>^. 

^Jzi% Cotgrave (Randle) Diftionary of the French and ^g 

/ EnglJlh Tongues ^ London 161 1 ^^ 

)/2i6 ,. — 163* '^'^ 

/ 227 Cottonian Library (Report tiom the Committee ^^^ 

appointed to view the) Lond, i-j^i y 

J 228 Florio (John) a Worlde of Wordes Lond. 1598 y^ 

9 r_»ao Harleian Colleftion of Manufcripts (Catalogue y, 

^/' of)ivoL — Lond. J ^^9 '^7^ 

/. 2. *3o Huloet Diflionarie, newelye corre^ed, amended Jr/ 

and enlarged, by John Higgins Lond. i^fz 

/.S. »3i Junius (Francifca) Etymologicum Anglicanum, uc;^ 

Chart Max. — — Oxon 1743 ^ 

J- 332 Miegc (Guy) the Great French Diftlonary ^iy> 

Lond, 1688 y. 

Y 333 Minfheu (John) The Guide into TongHes '^//: 

/ Lond, 1625 /j, 

^ 234 Oratio Dominica in plus centum Linguas /'^ 

^ aj J Skinner (Stephano) Etymologicon LinguzAngli- ^^^ 
/ canae — — — . Lond, 1671 
/y ^36 Tanner (Thomas) Bibliotheca Britannico-Hiber- 

/ ■ nica five de Scriptoribus qui in Angiia, Scotij^, ^^ 
et Hibernia floruerunt 

A, Wilkin/otft Lond. 17^8 



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LOT 

(yZyi A GRIPPA (Comi) dfr Incertitudine Scienta. 
■^^ rum iiag- Com. 1662 

238 Allatii Romans /kdificationes Patavii 1 644. 

239 Analyfe Raifonnee de Bayle, 8 tom.x Lond 1755 
3401 An<iuctil Louis XIV. fa Cour ct le Regent, torn, i, 

^ r Paris x-jZ^ 

241/ Aretino Ragionamento ■ ' '■ *S39 

/a42 Arpe Apologia pro Vanino Co/mopoli \-jix 

y243) Arret da Confeil d'Etatdu Roy Paris 1757 

^244)AriftoteIis Problemata — Paris 11^60 

/245/Baconi (Fr.) Sermones Fideles ' Amfi. 1662 

^z^^ Ball (Nath. ) refte Vivendi Ratio 

^247 Baptizandi Ordo Lond. 1686 

^248 Bateo (Geo.) Elenchus Motuum Nuperorum iti 

Anglia — 1676 

349 — — ^ nuitb portrait of Chat. I, 

1661 
^250 Baxterl GlofTarium Antiq. Britannicarum, cuvi 

effigie ^ ^ " 1719 

251 • Reliquiae ■■■■ 1726 

352 Belli faire, par Marmontel, teveefig, Parit 1765 

353 Belle Foieft Hiftoirei Tragiques, torn. 3, 4 

_-*54; Bevcrovicii dc Galciilo Rerum ct Veficae 

I. Bat. 1638 



4 



Z2 £j/;Vir, Fftntb, &r.—0£lavo. 

25s /^icaiti la Maniere de Regler la Sante 

^ r jix 1669 

2$6>)Bigotiere Coutume de Bietagne 1694 

/357J'Bi(ani Lettres fur diver* Eodroits 1791 

^^a^SjBoeclcri de Scriptoribus Grsecis et Latinis 1700 

959 Buchanano de Matia Scotorum adulteria cum 

Bothuelio 

^160 Bulftrodo tentamen da Tranfmigratigae, «« C^- 

gie 1725 

261 Bufbequii EpiHolz ■ Oxon, 1660 

<^a62 Caii Opafcula Varia 1568 

^»6$ — — Opera a Jebb 1729 

264 Capitolini Antoninus G«ta IJca DmmoHm. 1714 

565)Carionis Chronicorum Parit 1563 

266JCarmina Proverbialium 1579 

^367 C«far de BcHo Gallico — — Edin, 1746 

^j68 notis Scaligeri Z. Bat. a Elzevir 1635 

• 269/Chryfoftomo de Tabaco Ha£, Com, 1658 

^ajqjCharletoni Matrona Ephefia a Harris 1665 

371 iCicero de Oratore, Libios tres, uoiis Geo. RofTe 
V Glaf. 1749 

31zX I Epiftolcc ad Familiares, a toni. 

L, Bat» a Elzevir 1642 
^27} — Select Orations^ Lat. and Englilh, by 

Dutican — 1765 

/274/Clerici Compendium Hiftoria: Univerfalts 1735 
^75J Collier Comes et Poefies, a torn. Saveriu 1792 

1^76 Comte de Gabalis — — 167 s 

/] 277 Conftiiutions de I'Abbaye de la Trappe 1671 
/278/Cowelli Inftit. Juris —— 1664 

*19j Crebillon Lettres 1 766 

! yaSoJ — — Sopha, 2 tono. 1749 

^iSijD'Argenfon Conilderations fur le Gouvernemeot 

de la France — — ^mfi. 1 764 

i82;Dathe L'Hiftpire de Hambourg — — 1766 

zSsjVizvid ou I'Hifloire de rHomnoe felon le Cours de 

Dieu 1768 

384^DefeQfio Regia pro Carolo Prima ad Car. Se- 

/^ f cunda -i— — ■ 1649 

/^SsiDelices de Pais Bas, torn, 2 & 4, aiitcjig* 17*0 

.,. j,y»S6 Dialogi ab Eufcbio Phiiadelfiho Edin* 1574 

777' Y 



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• aSy Di^nan (D. Browne) EfTai fur les PrincipesPo^U 
Z tiques, with Account of the Author from Newf- 

papers 1776 

/ 288 Divaei Antiquitat. Belgi^ac — — Ant» 1566 

ssSgiDodd (Wm.) Synopfis Grotii de Jura Belli, &c 
• > Cantab, 175 1 

xgojDodwelli Julii Vit^li^ Epitaphium, Comniene. 
Mufgrave - 1711 

29 \\ Eearemens du Cosur, et de I'Efprit 1 736 

/agzCElogJa Thuanea — — 1671 

293jEpi(tola, Critica ad Francifcum Hare Cant, 1723 
jg 394 Erafmi Colioquia, 2 torn. L. Bat, a Elzfuir 1636 

y «95 ———..——..— ^- /imji. i66t 

/ agblFieno de Imaginationis L»Bat. 1635 

K"297)FiIefaci de Idololatcia Magica Paru i6oq[ 

^298 Florus — — L. Bat, a Elzevir 1638 

l fl99>FowIer Opu/cule — i%qi 

ef 30of Frey Admirarida Galliarum Paris 1628 

30i}Fricx Defcription de la Ville du Bruxelles, for' 
traits ■» ■ ■ ■ *743 

/ ^,^oz Gamboa fur les Moyens de Retablir Ics Science* 

et les Lettres en Portugal ...— 1762 

A 303 Gaultier Coura de Lcilurcs pour les Enfans, 6 

torn. ' • ' 1798 

.304iGe(rncr Mort d'Abel i^Ox 

e'305jGodverneur (le) on EiTai fur TEducatioa 1768 
/ 300 Gisecarum Sententiarum Deledlus 1798 

307jGrotius de Veritatc Religionis jimjf. 1675 

/ 3os( Grotii Annales et Hi(leri% de Rebas Belgicis 

\ Amft, 1658 

309/Heers Fons Spadanus — — L, Bat, 1645 

/ 310 Herbert Expeditio la Ream Infiilam i6;6 

flti5Hiftoirede Zulime 1765 

/31a/ ■ ■ - M. Benin Path 1753 

313 f Amoureufe et Badine 

314J— — — des Cainpagnes du Suworow, Is tom, 

/ 315 Hiftorias AnglicjB Polydoro Virgilio notisTbyfiii 

L, Bat. 165* 
d 316 Horatli Operse^ tom. 2, inUrleawtd^ viiib MS» 



/ 



14 Lathii fretich, tf^.— Oflava» 

317 Horatii Animadvernones Cunigamii in nota? 
Bentleii • — i — Hag. Com. 1721 

^318 Hueiiaoa — //ai/f. 1723 

319 L'Ifle Tacit urne et rifle Enjouee Jmjl. 1759 
^320 Johnfon Ariftarchus Anti.Bcntleanus 1717 

y3ariiflelt de Bello. Colonienli 1584 

^3a2yjunrprudcnce Crimine)le> traduii du Latin dc 
Rifi, 1768. Raurici Rem Criminalem, 1777 

^323 Julliniani Inftitionum L. Bat. 1670 

^324 Jurtitia Briunnica, 1584. L'Inoculation du Bon 
Sens I . I ■ ■ ■ i» 1761 

325\Kcegan Negociant Univerfel 1799 

326/L'Abbe Noiitia Diguitatum Imperii Romani 

j Paris i 65 1 

327/Langueti Epiftote -A. L. Bat, 



- 1646 
328 Lettres d'Arifienete — 1739 

^329 -- — du Carleton, 3 torn. I759 

^^330 Liturgia Anglicana 1574 

y 33' " corio turcico ■ n'6 

^^332 Longini Tritium Magicum »6i6 

333) Lower de Febribus, 1666. Logica, Introduftia 
/ y ad, 1752. Lucani Suppm. a T. M«io, 1646 

334)Luciani Gr. & Lat. noiis Riollay Oxok* 1776 
335\Maii Hiftoris Parliamenti Anglia; 
/ 336lMarcel Tablettes Chronologiqucs i68r 

337JMafcaron Oraifons Funebres — — » 174^, 

338jMathareili Refponfio ad Franc. Hotomani Franco 

( Galliam Luter. 1575 

^g39(Mavor Hiftoire Natarelle a I'ufagc dcs Ecoles 

1801 



340/1 



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,. Memoire» pour la Vie des Moines 1676 

41^ - . .^^- de la Regence, torn, premier, portraits 
\ Amft. 1749 

342/Mercier Sermons, fur le Culte Public, 2 torn. 

1 801 
i6j3 
2 torn. 
Bitmng. 1770 

/ /345/Mi't^"' Litcrae Cromwellii 1676 

34M Drfenfio Populo Anglican©, 1651. Pro 

— -i ' Rege et Populo Anglicano contra J. MiUono* 

1652 



/343/Metaraorphofis Anglorum — — 

^ ^g^4TMeurfii Elegantiae Latini Sermonis, 2 



A 

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Latiitt French i ^c»'^0€t3Mo. 15 

^347 Miltoni Literse Cromwellii, 1647, *^ Artis 

Log\c3i, cum effigiiy 1672 
/-348 Le Moioe Seculanfc — ■■ ■ 1678 

^49 Monte Meayor (Geo. de) Paris 1587 

^50 More (Thos.) Utopia Oxon, 1665 

351 Mufgrave Belgium Britannicum, ^^. 1719 

^252 Necker de rimportance des Opinions Rcligieufes 
^ '. 1788 

^53 Nennii Eulogiura Britannise Haunia 1758 

^54 Novum Teftamentum a Beza — Amjl, 1631 

/355/,La Nuit etle Mgment -— 1756 

P356/Oeuvres Badines du Comptede Caylas, torn pre- 
mier, a-u^f^. — Amft. 1787 

357 de ^aint Real, 6 torn. Amft. 1740 

^358 Ordonnancede Louis XIV. Farit 1670 

359/Ovidii Metamorphofcon ■ ■■ Eiin» 1731 

360) Peregrino de Turcaram Moribus 1 598 

^361 Peter (L* Art de) — « 1775 

362 Philopatrum Refponfio ad EdiAum Regin^ An- 

gliae ' ■ Augufia 1592 

^363 Plinii Sccundi Epiftolae et Panegyrlcus 1741 

364,1 Polyandro de Comae ct Veftium ufa et abufa 

^ \ ^' ■^«'« 1644 

36c)Potta (J. Bapt.) Magiae Naturalis Antv. 1585 

^360 Portraits des Hommes Illuftres de la Suiffe graves 

par Pfenninger, torn. r. — — 1782 

^67 Propertius, Lat. it, £ng. - i ■ ■ 1782 

^68 Propos Ruftiques — — — . i^g^ 

j69)Raynal Reponfe a la Cenfure de la Faculte de 

^ T Theologie de Paris . 1782 

3 70J Reflexions far le Generation, 1751. Reflexions, 

1778. Reflexions d'un Francifcain, 1752. 

Relation de la Maladie da Jofoite Bertier, 1760 

^371 Receptes (Baftimens de) 1560 

372 Refpublicae, 4 torn. 
/373) Revolution Francaife Abrege 1796 

^374CRiccoboni Pieces detachees — — ^l^S 

375^ Hiftoire de Mifs Jenny, 4 torn. 

» Par it 1764 

376yRidicuIes des Nations ■ ■ Amfi. 1766 

^3777 — du Siecle 1752 

378) Rohan (Meinoires du I>uc de) 1G93 



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j6 Latin, Frencby CJ'f.— Oflavo. 

/ 379 Roman Bourgeois par Furetiere — — 1714 
^380 SalgadoSymbiofis Papaeet DiaboU, Ltt, & Eng. 

i68i 

/ 381 Salluftus ■ GUf. 1749 

382 Sarpi il Governo della Republica Veneziana 
/ ( • ^ 1788 

; ^383. . ^■ ^■ ' *'" '■*• 

I 384J Seldeni de SacceiTioaibus ad Leges Ebrzorom 
j L. Bat, 1638 

j ^38; Sermon pour U Confolation des Cours 1751 

i 386/Schurfleirchii Hiftoria Civilis, Sacra, atque Litc- 

/ p raria 1735 

387) Sheringhami de Anglorum Gentio Origine 1670 
I 388)Sinith MifccUania, 1686. Ditto de Republica 
yl C Anglorum 

1 3gQ)Socini Faufti et Laelii i6i4 

1^ ^390 Spedacles de Paris • »777 

^391 Strabo deSitu Orbis Amft. 1652 

392 Strada de £el]o Belgtco, /or/ra'/.r Roma 1648 

\j2 ^393 Suetonius, Scfeildii notis variorum L. Bat. 1667 

/394 ;Salpitiu» Severus L. Bat. 164^ 

/ r ogjiSymeonis Dunhelmenfis, Hiftorise Ecciefiae a Bed. 

^ ford ^ 173* 

396/TaraphsB de Origine ac rebus geftis Hifpariis 

6' (T' \ ^"Z*^- *553 

'^97JTercuce, Lat. & Eng* printed bj BtrtheUtte 1533 

1 398) '^' »S43 

399I — . Freach & Latin, per Cofte Pa¥ii 1710 

/40a Thomas Antiquitatcs Majoris Malveme 1725; 

^401 Tunftall Epiftola ad Conyers Middleton 1741 

^402 Twini dc Rebus Albionicis — — 1590 

I / 403 ' . — '*• 

1 404) VaJeriani pro Sacerdotum Barbis^ Apologia 1639 

' 405) Vareni Defcriptio Regni JaponiJB et Siam 1673 

//* 1^406 Vertot Chevaliers de Malthe, 7 lorn. Paris 1761 

407yVeftiaria (de Re) ex Bayfio excerptus 

^ Lugduni 1536 

4o8jVttis Stepbanorum ab Almeloveen Jmji. 1683 

. 409 Vlitii Venatio Novantiqua, merocto, gilt Uavtt 

1645 

410 Virgil, /or/w. mia, Edin. ap. Freihant 173a 

:2\ ' ^ti Georgicks, traoflated by Sotheby i8©i 



Latin t Ffincht fe'c— Oftavo. jy 

4r2y Voltaire Viede Moliere Am/i. 1739 

^4131 Lettres fur les Anglois 1734. 

/414) Voyage de Rohan ■ 1646 

A y'^'il des Indcs Onentales . ■ 1695 

/\ ^410 ——— du Jeane Anacharfis abrege, embelli det 

planchet 179^ 

y4i7lWake Rex Platonicus — — Oxonw \S^^ 
K'4i8JWarens (Memoires de Madame) 1786 

•41 g) Waring Amoris Effigies 1671 

^^415/ Wharton Hift. de Epifcopis et Decanis Londinen. 

/ „. . 1695 

^421 Wieii de Praelligiis Daemonum — 1563 

/ 48» I — — — 1566 

y 423lXenophon les Ephefiaques Par'n 1 736 

^ 42^ Zouch Elementa Jurifprudentia: Oxon, 1629 



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425 Apitii de Re CuUnarla, &c. Bafel. 1541 

y426/Barberini Poemata — tLom* 1643 

K427I Catullus, apud John Wilkes, only 100 copUt 
^ printed — — — — . i^gg 

/ 428 Cicero de Auaicitia i » Paris 1550 

J2l ^4*9 Demofthenes, Gr. & Lat. a Taylor, torn, tertius 

^^ Cant. 1741 

^450 Euripides, Gr. & Lat. notis Valckeuari, edidir. 
F. H. Egerton — ■' — Qxon» 1796 

^31 )Hebenflreit Sernao Acadeinicus, Ruffian & Lat. 

I 43a/ Hermani Vulgaria » ' ■ Lond, 1519 

'■ ^33 Livii Hiiloria decadis prims, liber primus 

Paris 1538 

^434 Scaligeri Epiftols L. Bat, 1594 

i ^435 Sigeberti Chronicon. Pam, ^^t Hen. Sttpb. 1513 
/} (^436 Theophraftus, Gr. edidit. John Wilkes, only 150 

^ — — copits priirttd ■■ ■ _____ irco 

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Divinity,' 

Q^UARTO. 

^437 Articles of Religion, in Elizabeth and James'* 

Reign 1571, 1607 

438 Barclay (Robt.) Apology, rujia 

Birmingham, by Bajktrvillti 1765 

/ i^439 Warwick (John) Sermon at the Funeral of the 

Biihop of Durham, with his Life, rujjiat giU 

Itames ■— .i.— . '■. ■ ■ 1660 

<^440 Behmen (Jacob) Signatura Rcrum 1651 

^ ,^441 Berfow (Capel) Theological Differtations 1772 

y J^ifZ '^\\A& {\\o\y) imprinttd by Barktr 1579 

^ I ^443 Bible-Bearer (The) 1607 

^\ j^i^if Blair (JohnJ Leftures on the Canon of the Scrip- 

J tures _ 1785 

^ ^445 Broughton (Hugh) Baaid's Chaldaic Vifioni, 
eutst i597« Stories of the Fathers, from Adam 
unto Jofeph 
\^ 446 Butler (Jofeph) Analogy of Religion 1736 

I ^47 ^Cafaubon (Meric) Neccflity of Reformation 

f »664 

448JChubb (Thos.) TraSs 
^449 ^^ool^c (Alex.) Yet more Worke for a Mafie 

Priefte '■ ' i6it 

^450 Dalechamp (Caleb) Hofpitalltle 163a 

>^4ji Darcie (Abraham) Originall of Idolatries 1624 

4JZ Decrees and Canons of the Counfel of Trent, b. /• 

1564 

463 *•/• 

ib, 

454 Direftory for the Worlhip of God through the 

.„ three Kingdoms, with an Ordinance of Parlia- 

/ /<r ^ ment, for taking away the Book of Comm«n 

jPrayer « ■ ■ ■ 1644 



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Bible (Holy) with a Commentary, &c. by WilHam 

Dodd, 3 vol. 2 M ^oar<// London 176; 

Campbell (Archibald) Dodlrine of a Middle State 

between Death and Refurre^ioa Land, 1711 
Fleefwood (William) compleat CoUe&ion of Ser- 
mons and TraAs — Lond. 1737 

Fox (George) Journal, or Hiftorical Account of 

his Life. &c. ■ 1765 

Fuller (Thos.) Holy State, fortraiu, 1663. Holy 

Warre, 1647 
Hakewill (George) an Apologia of the Power of 

God. Stt tfou I Lona. 1635 

Hanmer (Meredith) Anncient Bcclefiaftical Hif. 

tones » — ^ — Lond, 1619 

Heyvood (Thoi.) the Hierarchie of the blefled 

Angels ■ — — ■ Lond, 1635 

Hcadly [Benjamin) Works, by John Hoadly, 3 

vol. in 6 parts, fortr. — — 1 773 

HomiKes, or Sermons on the Adls of the Apoftles, 

by Radulph Gaalthere, b, I. by Henry Dtnbam 

157* 
Hooker (Rich.) of the Lawes of Ecclcfiaftical Po- 
litie, /0r/ra/< ■ t7»<2 
Howard (Henry Earle of Northampton) De-p 
fenfative againft the Poifon of fuppofed Pro- 
phecies Lona^ 1620 

Kidder (Rich.) a Demondralion of the Meifias 

Lond, 1725 
Sandeifon (Robert) Thirty-four Sermons, fortr^ 

Lond, 1674 



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469) A BENDANA (IfaacJ on the Polity of the 

^ 47q}Addifon (Lancelot) on Catechizing 1674 

471) Advice to a New Married Couple 1795 

472)AIan's (Cardl.) Apologie i(;8t 

/^473 Apocrypha, mereuo, gilt liaves 

474 Appeal to Common Reafon and Candor 1750 
/ 475 Aretius Hiilory of Valentinus Gentilis 1696 

Z476 Arilleas Hiftory of the Seventy-two Interpreters 

171S 

z, 477 Afgill's Trafts ■■ ■ " 1700 

^478/ Aftell (Mary) Chriftian Religion 1705 

6 479jAtterbury (Fr.) Anfwer to Confiderations on the 

Spirit of Martin Luther 1723 

^^go ■ Rights of Englifli Convocation, 

with the Additions, 2 vols. ~ 1700 

481/Atheirm (Unreafonablenefse of) 1669 

482] Bacon (Fr.) EiTaies, Religious Meditations 1597 
x483>Baefliaw ( W.) Notices on the Work of God 1702 
'^i ^ 484)BaTguy (John) on Redemption, 1785. Thomas 
Balgoy Divine Benevolence Aflerted 1781 

485 Bale (John) Image of Both Churches, Morocco, 
gilt leaves 

486 Bafille (Theodore) New Years Gift more precious 
than Goldc, ^. /, —— — — 154J 



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''j^ 4^1 Bixter o!i t^e Human Soul, 2 vol. — -^ 173^ 
^488 ■ Anioiadverfions on the Life of, 1696 

i 489 Bayle'a Philofophical Commentary on thefe 
Words of the Gofpel,*compel them to-come in* 

2 vol. ■' 1708 

\^ 490 Beattie (Jas.) Evidettcefs of th^ Chriftian Reli- 
gion, 2 vol. - — 1788 

\f\ 491 Eede's Ecclefiaftical Hiftory of the Englifli Na- 
tion ■ 1 72 3 

492 )Bedford (Arthur) Remonftrance in Behalf of the 

V Chriftian Religion - 1719 

493jBee Hive of the RomiJhe Church, 6. /. 1580 

^494 Bennet (Tho.) Effay on the Thirty-nine Articles 

1715 
495 Benfon (Geo.) Trafls ■ 1748 

496/66^017 (Cape!) Lapfe of Souls 
497] Bernard (Nic.) Death of John Athcrton Bp. of 

Waterford ■■ »■ 1651 

498)Bcveridge (Wm.) Defence of the Book of Pftlms 

49^ Bifle (Tho.) Beauty of Holinefs 1716 

500 Blackburnc Conilderationeon the Controverfy be- 
tween Proteftants and Papifls 1768 

^^501 -i-*i 1772 

1770 
1767 
1706 
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503 Blacklock (Tho.) Paraclefis Edin, 

^504 Bolde (Sam.) CoUeflion of Trafts 

505 Bowen on Controverfy vol. i. Douay 

506>Bramhall (John) Anfwer to Monfteur de )a Mili" 

y tiere ^ — Hague 1653 

507J Browne (Tho.) Ordination of out Firk Bifhops 

1731 
^508 Br itilh Thunderbolt, of Pope Sixtua V. 6,1, 

1586 
^^09 Brooke (Zach,) examination of Dr. Midleton's 

Free Inquiry '750 

510} Browne (Simon) Letter to the Rev. Tho. Rey. 
\ nolds 1725 

^iij — —.»— Defence of the Religion of Na- 
ture — I I ■■ i -^■^-^ i73« 



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^5i« Burnet (Tho.) on Departed Souls, by UennXi, 
for trait . . 1735 

513 .—— Faith and Duties of Chxiftians 

L by Ditto 
514) Burnet (Gilbert) of Paftoral Care i6ga 

^^^i/Burnynge of Bucei and Phagiui tranflated by 
Goldyng, 6, 1. ••■ " ■• — — . 156* 

516 Capel's Contemplations 1683 

^517 Cafaubon (Meric) on Enthufiafme 165^ 

/ 518 Catechirm (Rational) " Juifi. 1712 

V /7519 CathoJicke Apoloeic, ^. /. 
/d ^5*0 Chambers (Rob.)MiracUsof the Glorious Virgin 
Marie at Mont-aigu -rf«/. 1606 

5ai Chandler** (Sam.) review of the Hiflory of the 

Man after God's own Heart 176* 

^aa Chubb(Tho.) Traas4vol. 1754 



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^ 5Z3 Church (Tho.) Vindication of the Miraculous 

j Powers — — — 17JO 

Vl/ 524/ Clarendon's Defence of Dr. Stillingflcet 1674 

/ ^5»5jClapham (Henoch) Bibles Briefc 1596 

^afi^Le Clerck Five letters on the Infpiration of 

i the Holy Scriptures ■■ 1690 

527(.Coade (G.) Letter to a Clergyman relating to hi* 

I Sermons on the 30th of January 17^7 

5a8\Collins Scheme of Literal Prophecy ijtj 

ct^j' — Ground and Reafons of the Chrillians 
Religion -— - — — — ^ 1714 



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^'1530 — — on the Thirty-nine Articles, M.S. Notes, 

by Mr. Boivyer '724 

531 Confett (Tho.) Regulations of the Church of 
Ruflia, a vol. -' ■ ^729 

^532 Conltitutions and Canons of the Church 

'739 
533 Conybeare (John) Defence of ReveaPd Religion 

173s 

^534 Cooke (John) Preachers Afliilant, 2 vol. 1783 
535)Cooper (Sam.) on Charity &c. ■ 1764 

536J Coventry (Henry) Future Reats^ards and Punift»- 

. meats ■ ■ — — 1740 

(^537 — — Philemon to Hydafpes ■ 1753 

^38 Cooncellys Holden in Greece, Germania, by J. 
Le Mairc, b, /, i6»9 



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539iCoarayer Declaration of my lail fesiiments on 
V Religion ■■ ■ " ■ ■ ■ -^ • 17B7 

540 iDeifm (the Growth of) in England 1709 

j+riDifquifitions (Free and Candid) relating to the 

\^ i Church 1749 

542jDobbs (Fr.) view of the Great Fxedifiions in the 

Sacred Writings — — 1800 

_^ ^543 Doddridge (Philip) Rife and Progrefs of Religion 

in the Soul ' 1761 

544 |Dod well (Hen.) Two Letters of Advice for the 

/ y Sufception of Holy Orders ' 1691 

^ 545 L (Wra.) Reply to Mr. Tole's Defence of 

^ Middleton's Free inquiry ■ ■ 1751 

546yDorrington (Tbeo.) On the Prefent State of Reli- 
A r gion in the Romifh Church ■ ' ' - 1 699 
547J Douglas (John) Criterion, or Miracles examined 

«75T 

548 >Duncan to the Rational Advocates for the Church 

/ C of England ■■ 17^9 

649)DudIey Lord Noith, Light in the Way to Paradifc 

^ J 68* 

550) Ecdefiaftical Jurifdiftion of th* Kings of Eng* 

Z f land — - — 1689 

S5r)Elftob (Eliz.) Englifli Saxon Homily, flates 

1709 
^552 Erafmus Commune Crede 

Z553 Erondellc Remonftrance and Exhortation Catho- 

^ lick aux Princes Chriftiens — 1586 

554 Evans (John) Sketch of Denominations of the 

Chriftian World, yiron/. au»/;&^er/ra;/x 1803 

^555 Evanfon (Edw.) Diffonance of the four Evangc- 

lifts - 1792 

556 — — — a. 

^557 Faier (Tho.) Regiment of Lyfe, i. /. 1567 

^^558 Fell (John) Djcmoniacs - 1775 

/I 559 ————— Idolatry of Greece and Rome 

I '785- 

/; ^ 560 Fifhcr (Johan) Mornynge Remembrance, and Ser- 
mon Margaret Countefs of Richmond 1708 

I — 564- F Icury on the Excellency, &c. of Ecdefiaftical 
Hiftory — 1721 



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zl\ 562 Ford;fc« (Dav.) Theodorus, or Art of Pre*ching 

»755 

^,563 Fotherglll (Anthony) Wicked Chriftian* pra£lical 

Atheifts ■ ■ I i«f; 

7|- 5^4 Ff^"" (Peter) Oration Againft the Unlawfull 
Injunctions of the Protcftants. — Ant. 1566 
^565 Gadbury (John) on the Holy Feaft of Eafter, 
morouo gilt leavtt 
566 Gavin's Mafter Key to Popery, j toI. i 726 

7567 1724 

^568 Gibfon (Edw.) Vifitations Parochial and General, 
morotco giit leavis ■ ■ - — — 1717 

/569|Gildon (C.) Deifts Manual 1705 

^ 57^) Groti«s on the Chriftian Religion, by Lc Cierc, 

engliflied by Clarke 1761 

^57' — — in Vetfe 

i685 



57a/Hare*s (Matthew) Three Epiftles to hi» Children 
/ r '759 

573)—— — (John) on Schifm 1700 

j^ SS7^ ^^'1 (Jofeph) Chriftian Moderation 1 640 

/ /575 Hanway (Jonas) Letters on the Importance of 

Kifing Generation, 2 vol. '7^7 

J ^576 Harman Outlines of Commentary on Solomon's 

Song i— »775 

^ 577 Haweis (T) Hiilory, Dedeniion, and Revival 
of the Church of Chrift, 3 vol. portrait 

1800 
/ 5*78 Hawkins (W^ Trafts in Divinity, 3 vol. 

1758 

^ ^579 -^ 3 ^o' . 

lb, 

^ ^580 Heath (James) Glories of the blcffcd Reftiiution 

ofKing Charles 11. i66» 

^581 Hicks (Geo.) Spirit of Enthufiam Exorcifed 

^ 1709 

gSz^Hieragonifticon, or Corah's Doom 1672 

J 583(Hildrop's Go<['s Judgment upon the Gentile 



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ApoUatized Church 1713 

Hill's Treatifc on the Propagation of the Soal 



y 1667 



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585 Hiftory of the Man after God's Own Heart, 1762. 
Letter to Dr. Chandler, on Ditto, 1762 

^586 our Lady of Lorettp — 1608 

,587)' ' ■ » Religion 1694 



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^588jHtftorical Colleflions concerning Changes of Re> 
-^ ligion — — — 1 686 

J ^589 Hobbes (Tho.) of Liberiie and Neceffity 1654 
^590 Hody (Humphrey) Hiftory of EngUfh Councils 

1701 

^$91 How (Charles) Devout Meditations 17^4 

/A ^sgz Hoghe (WiUyanj) Troubled Man's Medicine, i. I, 

morocco, gilt leaves 
/ ^593 Home (David) on Natural Religion, 1779. Hay- 

ter's Remarks on Ditto, 1780 
-^ ^594 Hurdis (James) on the Nature of Pfalm and Pro- 
phecy , ■ !■ 1800 

j/ 595 Janfenifme (True Idea of) — — 1669 

I /j <^59<5 Jefuits (Secret Inftruftions of the) 1723 

\/^ 597 Inftitution of aChriftian Man, ^. /. 1534 

598Hohnfon (John) Ecclellaftlcal Laws, Vol. I. 

^ f . *7zo 

5^\ Jones (Edw.) Narrative of the Proceedings againft: 

. ^ thcBifliop of St4 Aiaph 170a 

^600 Jortin oa the Truth of the Chriftian Religion 

601 Remarks on Ecclefiailical Hiflory, 5 vol. 

^ 602 Kennet (White) Sermon at the Funeral of the 
Duke of Devonftiire, with Memoirs of the 

^ Family of Cavendilh — 1 70$ 

^603 Kennicott (Ben.) Ten Annual Accounts of the 
Collation of Hebrew MS. of the Old Tefta- 
ments — r »770 

^604 Kenrick (W.) onSoame Jenyns View of the In- 
ternal Evidence of the ChriSiaa Religion 



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606 Knox (John) Firft Blalt of the Trumpet againft 
the Monftrous Regiment of Women, Appella- 
tion of John Knox — 15:58 



%6 DiV/wVy.— Oftavo. 

j^( 607 Lacy (John) Cry from the Dcfart 1707 

^ 608 Lavington Enthufjafm of Methodift* and Papitls 
compared, 2 vol. — — 1754. 

^609 Law (Wm.) on Regeneration ■ — 1756 

^610 ■■ Demonftration of Errors, in a Book 

called the Nature and End of the Sacrament 

^ y . '737 

S4 ^bxt ■ I ■ Theory of Religion 1759 



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^613 Lemoine (Abraham) on Miracks 1747 

^ 614 Lcfly's Short and Eafie Method with the Deift« 

1699 
^615 Letter to Lady Shovell on the Lofs of her HuC- 

band 1708 

616 Levi (David) Rites and Ceremonies of the )tw, 

portrait — — — 1784 

;^'f 617 Lewis (John) Hiftory of the Tranflations of the 

Bible, largt flalt 1 739 

^618 Lifeof Ambrofe Bojiwicke 1729 

6x9- Silas Told — 1786 

^ 620 Loftus Reply to Gibbon on the Troth of Chrif. 

tianity — Dublin if^-iZ 

^621 Lowman (Mofes) on the Government of the He- 
brews — — — — 174c 
^ 6z2 Lopton (Donald) Daily Imployment for the Soul 

1634 
6«3 /Madan's Letters to Prieftley — 1787 

624rMandeville on Religion, nureceoj gilt leaves 
^ 1719 

^ 62} Mann (Ifaac) FoorGofpels 1783 

/ ^26 Mafon (Wm.) CoUeftjon of Anthems 1782 

^ ^627 Maflillon's Charges to his Clergy, by the Rev. 

St. John 1805 

628) May hew (Jonathan) on the Society for propagating 
/] f theGofpel — — 1763 

.639) Meditations Divine and Morall 16$; 

^630— col lefted from the Sacred Books 

1750 
/C\ ,63 1 Melanchton (Phylyp) on Juflification by Faith, *. /. 

A '.^^^ 

/! 632 Melrooth (Wm.) Great Importance of a Religi> 
- ous Life, 2 ToL ■ ?748 



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Melmoth (Wm.) Great Importance of aReligioui 

lAfCf z vo\. portrait — 1798 

-2i 654 Men before Adam — 1656 

635)Meriton (G.) Immorality, Debauchery, and Pro- 
/\ Y fancirefs Expofed «— 1698 

636JMiddleton (Conyers) Corittoverfy with Water- 

, -^ land, &c. — — i73f 

<^ 1 637 Moravians (Account of) by Andrew Fry, Henry 

Rimius, &c. 
/ 638 Mofaical Account of the Human Fall 1779 

^' :2i "639 Mount Tabor, of Private Exercifes of a Penitent 

Sinner — — '^39 

J> 640 Murray (Lindley) Power of Religion' on the 

iViind _-_ ~ 1801 

] j64t)Mofter Roll' of the Evill Aiigels embattled againft 

/\0 V St". Michael : X655 

I 642 jNaphtali or the Wreftlingi of the Church of 

I Scotland' — — 1667 

/ 643 Neal (Danief) Hillbry of the Puritims, 4 vol. 

«759 

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/f\ ^644 = ^ "—■ —- 

' I . nation of, by Grey and Maddbx, 4 vol. 1733— 36 

/^ 1^645 NcwTeftament — ^ -^ f^/Sf*. 1648 



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/o A€\b Divine Tragedy lately A£led, or God's Judgment 

on Sabbath-breakers — — '636 

/|<^647 Ellys (Anthony) Trafts on Spiritual and Tempo- 

I ral Liberty ■ ■ ■ ' ■■ 176^ 

3 1 648 ♦ ' . i . ib, 

j\ 649 Fletcher (Phinees) Way toBleiTedfiefs . 163s 
J? I / 650 Foftcr (James) Difcourfes on Natural Religion, 
" \ ■ 1 vol. — — — i7j« 

-^ J 6 651 Fowler (Chrift.) Satan at Noon 1655 

() 65X Gataker (The.) Spiritual Watch 1619 

653 Geddes (Alexander) ProfpeAus of a NewTranfi 
iation of the Bible, 1786. Ditto General An- 
fwer to Queries, 1790 
6^4 Hale (John) Golden Remains •—— > 167^ 

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Zr 655 Harrjfon (Threni Hybcrnici, or Ireland in a fad 
^ Lamentation for the Lofs of their Jofeph, in a 

Sermon on the Death of the Protedor 16 $9 
• / 656 Heath (The.) Verfion of Job — 1 756 

^57 Herbert ( Ed w. ) deVeritate Zm^. 1645 

y 658 Hiftorie of the Reformation of the Church of 

Scotland — — 1644 

^ 659 Hiflorieei et les fifnulchres Faces de la Mort, amtc 

, fig' ■ — ■ . h<»*^S3^ 

// 660 h'ifi, VetenslanTXim&titi leanis ad mvumixfrf^ 

/^<^66i Hon(>ilies,:^*/. "^f-'llir"" '547 

^ 662 Hoper (John) Anfwer to my Lord of Wynchcf- 

ter's Book, the Detection of the Devyl'» So- 

phiftrye» ^. /. 1 Zuricb 1547 

/ ^663 Hopkins (William) Exodus 1784 

/ ^^64 James (Rich.) Sermons — 1630 

/ I ^665 Leechman (Wm.J Temper, CbaraQer« &c. of a 

, . Minifter, /er/rai/ — 1749 

/ ^666 Life (Godly) of Mrs. Katherine Stubbei 1680 

^667 Man of Sin, ora Difcourfe of Popcty J677 

/ 668 Marryn (Wm.) Youth's Inftruftion i^ia 

J/- C 669 Mede (Jofeph) Works — ig^g 

^ 670 Merchant Royall, a Sermon at the Nuptialls of 

^ Lord Hay, Jan. 6, 1607 Priitted 1615 

/^67iMornay (Philip) Trewnefle of the Chriftian 

Religion, tranflated by Sir Philip Sidney, /«r- 

trait — '789 

^67* Muggleton (Lodowick) Arts of the Witnefles 

1764 
673 Naked Truth, or True State of the Primitive 
Church, 1675, with Three Anfwers to ditto 
^674 Newton (Tho.) Worki, with his Life, 3 vol. 

1781 

/ 675 I I I (Life of,) y^/^ 16. 

676 Nicholas (Henry) Wonderfull Works of God^ 
i.I, 
^•77 Parker (Samuel) on the Pre-exiftence of Sools, 
1666^ No Pre-exiftence of Ditto, by E. W. 
1667 
^678 Parr (Samuel) Spital Sermon, with Notes, 1801. 
and Two Sermous preached at Norwich 1 780 



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-^^^79 Sariiburienfis Ecclefis, Sacra Inftitut. Baptizandi, 
Matrimonium celebrandi Duaci 1604 

^ ^ 680 Sermons at Funerals of Geo. D. of Albemarle* 
1670, nuitb portrait, Anne, Countefs of Pem- 
broke, and Mar(hall Turcnue 1677 



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Bartholomaeas de Proprietatlbus Rerum 

Loud, ap. T. Btrtbekti 1535 
Batman (Stephan.) npon Bartholome, his Booke 
de Proprietatibus Rerum 

Lend, hy T, Eaft 1585 
Brewer (Combrune) Enquiry into Wheat, Malt, 

&c. — Lend, 1768 

Bailey n (Will.) Bulwarke of Defence againft all 
Sicknefle, &c. b, /. Land, by T. Mar^e 1579 
Dieby (Kenelme) Treatifes on the Nature of Bo- 
dies — Paris 1644 
Gefner (Conrad) The Hiftorie of four-footed 
Beailsj by Edward Topfell, <wood'cutt 

Lend, 1607 
Gibbs (James) Bibliotheca RadcHviana, plattt 

Land, 1747 
Morris (Corby n) Plan for arranging Accounts of 

Landed Eftates Lend. 1759 

Plinius, Hiftorix Naturalis 

Bafiltg in Officina Frebtniana 1 539 



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691 X Paley, ^W.) Evidences of Chriftianity, a vol. 

*794 
•92;Parfons three Converfions of England, 2 vol. 

^ \ 1603 

693jPafrcran Philofophical DifTertatlon upon Death 
^ 694 Percy, (Thos.) Key to the New Teftament 1773 

695 Perfecution againft the Catholikc Chriftians ia 
the King4onie of Japonia 1619 

696)PhilirFs, (Thos.) Study of Sacred Literature 
^ 697jPilkington, (Mrs.) Scripture Hiftories 1^98 

698 Pillars of Pricftcraft V)d Orthodoxy fliaken, 4 vol. 

1768 

^^699 Plato Phajdot, by Crawford 177^ 

^700 Pluralities, (Aboliiion of) i8oa 

^701 Pope, (John) on Divine Worlhip 179* 

^702 Preaching, (the Inefficacy of) — — 1771 

703 >Prideaux (Humphrey) on the Original and Right 
(y V of Tithes 1735 

704J — — — i Dircdions to Church War- 
dens ■ 1723 

70*^ ■ Connexion, 4 vol. 1749 

706 Prieftley (Jofeph) on Revealed Religion 1794 

^707 Pfalms (Join; Son's) Supplement to the Prefatory 

Difcourfe to ■ ■■■ 274,1. 



Z)/'8f/«//y.— Oflavo. 



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r^ ^w8 Pfalterium ad Ufum Sarifburicnfis, lit, nigrit 

709].Raftrick (John) Nonconformity of 1705 

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^818 — (New) with Notes bv Scarlett, plates 

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gument, 1743. With Reply, Remarks, by Le- 
litnd, &c. 
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- Paul, 174-', &c. 

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. Pfays, 1772 
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839 1 on Methodifm, by Dodd, Green, &c. 

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of Chrifts Humanity — 1641 

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^ 846/ Wake (Wm.) Epillles of the Fathers 17 10 

847 Warburton (Wm.) on Grace — 1763 

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^'gjo/fiordley on Hulbandry and Rural Affairs 1795 

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^ 95X)Bree (Robe.) on Difordered Refpiration 1797 

953] Browne (John) Anatomick Chirurgical Treatife 
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^990 Coruaro on a Sober and Temperate Life 

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/ (p 104 1 Fortification, or Handfull of Knowledge in 
Martiall Affaires, cuts 
1^1042 Foflil Shells (Account of) Coward de Ferment! 

I I Volatili Nutritio ^695 

! -^ I ^1043 Fothergm( John) Works . — - »7«* 

y 1^1044 Fraud Deleted, or the Hibernian Patriot, mo* 



z 
/ 

1^ 




roccOi gilt leaves 
^104; French (John) Yorkftiire Spaw 
^ 1046 Freind's Hirtory of Phyfick, 2 vol, 

1047 Fulkc (Wm.) Booke of Meteors, b, /. 
•'i048lFulIer (Fr.) Medicina Gymnaftica 
^ io4gyGaffarel (Jas.) Unheard of Ctirioil ties 

io^o GaUini Art of Dancing 1 ■ 

1 05 1 Gamefter, Compleat 

30^3 Gamefter, Compleat ■ 1 1 

j^ 1053 Gaubius on the Pafiioni 



1725 
1652 
1750 
160s 

i65;o 
1765 

z68o 



44- J^rts and Scmw, i^e»^0£i»,^a, 

^r 10^4 Gee /Jofhua) on Trade — — • Glaf. 175a 
/ ^'055 Gerbicr Counfel to Builden 1663 

/ ^1056 — »*. 

6*057 . «^* 

^1058 on the three Principles of Bollding 

1662 

j? ^ 1059 Gilpin (Wm.) on Pifturefque Beauty 1791 

^1060 Gifborne Principles of Moral Philofophy 1789 

/ ^1061 Gould (Wm.) on Englifli Ants 1747 

^1062 Grew (Naih.) on the Nature of Mixture 1675 

io63|Goodridge (John) Phoenix 1781 

/ 1064} Goodwin (Tho.) on Hampftcad Waters 1804 
/ io6f Guldott (Tho.) on Bath Waters 1725 

/ ^1066 Gurney (Tho.) Short-hand, fecond edition 
^1067 Hargrove's Anecdotes of Archery Tori fjgz 
io68 Harle (Jonathan) State of Pbyfick I7«9 

J" ^ 1069 Harris on Money and Coins — — 1757 

J" 1070 (James) Philofophical Arrangements 1775 

1071 Harvey (Rich.) Aftrological DIfcourfe on the 
J Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter, April zS, 

1583, i' /. 

/ ^ 107a — — — (Gideon) Anatomy of Confumptions, 

portrait • ■ - — 167* 

1073 J ' "' Fan^ily Physician 167s 

f i074jHaworth (Sam.) Defcription of the Duke's Bag- 

! ^ nio 1683 

^t075 Hawcs (W.) Tranfaflions of the Royal Humane 
Society, Vol. I. 

/ 1076 Hayes (Rich.) Intereft 1747 

^ ^1077 Hebcrden (Wm.) Hillory and Cure of Difeafes 

i8o< 

^ 1078 Heydon (C.) New Aftrology — 1786 

^1079 Hippocratis Aphorifmorum LugJuni 1543 

/^ 1080 Hiftory of the firft Inventors of ArU in the 

World 1686 

/!^so8i Jewels 1671 

J /xo8a — ——— mod Manual Arts 1661 

VI ^ 1083 ——.— Pro feflbrs of Painting in Ireland, by 
Pafquin 

/2> ^1084 ——— Quadrupeds, ftt//, ijf £^iy/f-f 1790 

/ 1985 Hobbes (Tho ) Ten Dialogues on Natural Phi- 



J 

/ 



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Arts and ScienceSi^c.-^Q^txto, 45 

^1086 Hodges (Nath.) Apology of Phyfick 1666 

1087 — — — (J.) on Coin and Public Charges 1697 
io88^Hooke (Andrew) Effay on Phyfick 
loSolHoughton (Thos.) compleat Miner 

1090 Hoyle's Games, twelfth edition 

1091 Huber Notices des Graveurs etdes Peintres 

DreJUe 1 



«734 
i68t 



787 



QJJARTO. 



/ ^loga Capper (James) on the Winds and Moafoons, 
1801— and Thos. Forreft on ditto 

Calcutta 178& 

^ 1093 Carter (Wm.) on the Woollen Manufafture, mo" 

Toccoy gilt leavtt 1689 



//4 



1094 Catalogues of the Earl of Oxford, 1741-- and \% 
other of Pictures 
1^1095 Catalogue of the Pidlures of Villiers D. of Buck- 
ingham — — 175^ 

1096 Catalogues^ Exhibition from the Commence- 
ment m 1 76 1 to i8o6> not regular 

f097 - " half bound, with Ba- 



rettl's Guide to the Royal Academy 1769—94 

/ / '"^PS Catalogue by Bonnel Thornton. The Bee, or 

the Exhibition exhibited in a new Light, 178S. 

The Ear-wig, or an Old Woman's Remarks, 

1 78 1— and three other 

/ iC99|Caraufiu5 and Oriuna, Obfervations on 1756 

^ 1 100) Chambers DiiTertation fur la Jardinage de 

I'Orient I772 

i/ i^Xiox Chamock ( John) Profpeftus of a Hiftory of Ma- 
tine Architefture ■ ■ n . *79^ 
^ ^Jioa Clarke (Wm.) on Coins 

* ji03)Clubbe*s Phyfiognomy — — 1763 

^ 0»iO4J Collins (John) Plea for bringing in Irifti Cattle, 
^ and keeping out of Filh caught by Foreigners 

1680 

1105 Corn Diftillery ftated 1783 

/j^iio6 Decker (Matt.) on the Decline of Foreign Trade 

/ *744 

^l 1107 Dirom (Alexander) on the Corn Laws and 

Edm» 1796 



t.J ^ 



1107 Dirom (Alexander) 
Trade , 



46 



Arts and Seknea, (^r.— Quarto. 



/ 






1 io8 Dodoen's New Herbal, or Hiftorie of Plants,*. /. 

1109 EleAricity, Account of Experlmentt made at the 

Pantheon on Conductors »— — 1778 

^fiio Elephant, Anatomical Account of the 1682 

11 II Evelyn's (John) Silv» and Terra, by Hunter, « 

\o\. boards — 1776—87 

^iiis Exportation (Fraudulent) of Debenture Goods 

. '79/ 

>777 



u- 



/ (fit 14. Falconet and Diderot on Sculpture 

/I ^11 15 i«^ 

/ 1116 Folkingham (W.) Surveying 

1117^ Forfet (Edw.) on Bodies Natural and Politique 
-^ ( 1600 
51 iSy Gaming, Art and Myllery of 1726 
^1119 Garnett (Tho.) Zoonomia, or the Laws of Ani- 
mal Life, /cr/ra// — 1804 



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tXzt Goodall (Cha.) Royal College of Phyftcians 

fi2i Graine, Orders by the Queene, for the Relief 

and Stay of the prefent Dearth, h. t, 1 586 

1122 Green (Val.) Review of the Polite Arts in France 

178* 
1 1 «3/ Hardy (John) Lift of Captains of the Navy 

1124/ ■ morotto , gilt /eaves — it, 

lift; Hart (John) Anatomie of Urines i6;i 

1126 Hartlit) (Sam ) his Legacy in Hu(bandry, 1652. 

Reformed Virginian Silk Worm, 1655 
Z127 Harveii (Gul.) Opera Omnii, fiortr aft 1766 

xia8 Hawkins (John) Hillory of Mufic, 5 vol. oat 

1776 
1 1 29 Herelbachius Hulbandry , tranflated by Googe« 

6. i. 157* 

If 30 Hill (John) Materia Medica — — 1751 

1131 ~— Review of the Royal Society 1751 



Periodktti 



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Piriodical J^ori/.— Folio. 



47 









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PtrioJical Works, 

FOLIO. 

'^!i3» BIngley's Journal, from 177010 1772 
^ 1133 Briton, Twenty-nine Numbers. The Indepen- 
dent Whig, Thirty.two Numbers. Freeholder, 
Number 4 to ^4, 
(^1134 Britifh Journals, 4 vol. 1723 to 1728 
/ 1 r35 Calcutta Chronicle, or General Advertifer 

17 ?7 
1136 Centinel, by T. Franklin and G. Steevens, 
from 1786 to 1787 
•- 1137 Covent-garden Journal, Sixty-eight Numbers 
/ 1138 Craftfman, or Country Journal, by Caleb Daa« 
vers, 1750 to 1756 
1 139 Engliihmant Seventeen Numbers 
^ 1 140 Free Enquirer, by Peter Anaet, 1761, vide Note 
by Mr. Reed 

1141 / ■ — ■■.II—.— — —_«—_—.— 1761 

1142J Freeholder's Journal — . ■ ~- 1722 

^ 1 145 Gray's Inn Journal, laft Fifty-two Numbers by 



^^ 



J 



A. Murphy 

1144 Grub-ftreet Journal, 2 vol. — 173a 

^ J 145 How do you do ? £ight Numbers 

1146 St. James's Journal, Twenty- fix Numbers 
^1147 — — — .— Chronicle, 4 vol, 

114& Literary Fly, by Herbert Croft 1779 

*'49 — ' '■ — — '*. 

y ^ I J50 London and Country Journal — 1741 

/^ 1151 — .— — Daily Advertifer and Literary Gazette, 
' fundry Numbers — — 1751— 5* 

3 \ 1151 Looker-on — — 1792 

"^1 <^ 51153 Lounger — — Edinh, 1785—86 

^.| 1154 Lounger's Mifcellany, /9r/r«< — 1789 



SND OF THE FIFTH DAV*S SALS* 



i 48 ) 



SB 



Sixth Day*s Sale. 



Jrts and Sciences^ Medical^ Botanical^ frdde. 
Coin, (3c, 

OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

LOT 

^i 156 T TUET's View of the Dutch Trade 17*2 

^i'57 XjL Hunter's Georgical Effays 1771 

^1158 Hufbaodry ithe Bokc of) ^./. — 1548 

i<59)Huygen9 (Chrift.) Celeftial Worlds difcoTered 

( 1698 

ii6ojJamaica» State of Health in the Ifland of 1679 

^1161 Jamefon (Thos.) on Cheltenham Waters 1803 

^1162 Jennings (David) on Medals —— 1764 

,163 1775 

1 164 Inoculation (TraAs on) by Neal, Bargefs* Mon- 
ro, Watfou, Baker, Mackenzie, &c. 1722—67 
^1165 Jonfton (John) Hiftory of the Conftancy of Na- 
ture 1657 

^1166 Keill (Jas.) Examination of Burnet's Theory 

«734 
^1167 Kelly's Elementa of Book-keeping 1801 

^1168 King (Chas.) Biitifli Merchant, 3 vol. 1748 
1169 Kippax (John) Theory ol Commerce, a vol. 

175' 

^1170 Kirkpatrick on Inoculation 1761 

1171 Lambe (R.) Hiftory of Chefs 1764 

^1172 Latham Spaw ■ ■ 1 i67« 

^1 175 Landfcape Painting (EiTay on) — 178} 



Jrtt and Seie»ee$t ^f.—Oflivo. 49 

f-^f <^'*74 ^"**' (i°^") **" Money and Trade) Glaf. 1760 
^1 ^>^75 ————— on Trade in Scotland ib. 1751 

^1176 Law, fur le Commerce et fur TArgent 

Haye 1720 
1177 Law (The) of Drinking, and the Smoakmg Age 

i6t7 
1178/Layard on Diftemper among Horned Cattle 

n \ »7S7 

iiygJLeakeon Englifh Money, //a/;/ — 1793 
"^ ^ I180 Legh'a Accedens of Armory, morocco, gilt leaves 

I / ^ 1 181 Locke (Matt.) prefent Prafticc of Mufick 1675 
/ (pUBz Lock on lowering of Interefi: and raifing the 

Value of Money — 1696 

J ^Ii&3 Lockyer (Chas<> Account of , the Trade in 
India, 1711. Advantages of Ealt India Trade 
to England, 1720. Colleflion of Papers re- 
lating to the Eaft India Trade, 1730 
^ s 184 Lowndes on the Amendment of Silver Coins 

1696 

^ ^iiSs — ■ _— 

morocco t gilt Itavet < 1695 

ji86yLyons Tbefis, that Motion is not e/Tential to 
i Matter — — ■ ' •< 1728 

1187J Mackenzie (Jas.) Hiftory of Health Edin. 1758 
/ <f> S188 Malthus (Dan.) Eflay on Landfcape 1783 

/^ 1189 Manchefter Society (Memoirs of the) 2 vol. 

'785 
/ (^ Z190 Mandeville (B.) on Hypochondriack Difeafes, 

&C. " _ 1730 

/ (1^ 1191 ManiUus, containing a Syftem of Ancient Aftro- 
nomy ■■ ■■ 1 h i 1697 

y ii92)Mariai (John) on Bills of Exchange 1674 

1 igjjMarmet Academical Converfations 1658 

^ it94 Martine (Geo.) on Thermometers Edin. 1780 
, <^ii95 Mathew (Rich.) Unlearned Alchymift 166* 
/ J 196 Mavor (^ym.) Botanical Pocket Book 
J » 197 Mayerne'(Theod,) Receipts in Cookery 1658 
; <^ 1198 Mead Oratio Harveiana 
^ i__J^ 1 »99 Medical Rceiftcr for 1 780—83, 2 vols. 



^ 



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71 



5© Arts Mi Seieneei, 6f^.— 0£lavo . 

jaoo Medical (Biography, viz. Life of Dr. Mead, by 

Haty, portrait, '7?5« Ditto of Dr. Monfey» 

portrait, 1780. Ditto of Zimmerman, 1797 

^I20r Medley (John) Effay on Matlock Bath 1730 

^1202 Memoirs of the Royal Academy at Paris 17x1 

1203 Mengs (Ant. RapM.) Works, 2 vol, 1796 

/ 1204) Meichandizes (Races of) 164s 

izocjM'lis (John) Eilay on the Weather 1775 

^1206 Milward (Edw.) Letter to Sir Hatis Sloatie 1734 

1207 Mines (Account of) 1731. Familiar Difcoarfe 

6f the Mine Adventure, 1700 
X2o8 Moffet Well in Scotland, Defcriptiou of 
^1209 Money (a Difcourfe of) ■ 

^1210 ■■ ■ 



1664 
1606 

5. 
1746 



4'f. 



^ 1211 MoiFet (Thos.) Health's Improvement 
]2t2 Morbo Gallico (De) or the Wood. called Guia.- 
cum, that healeth the French Fockes^ b, I. 

'539 
/ 1 2 1 3> Mortimer Every Man his own Broker 1 762 

'^ 2*i4(Mofely (Sen.) on Coffee 179* 

^1215^ Sugar 1799 

J 216 " ■— 1800 

dpiiij Mun (Thos.) England's Treafure Gta/. 1755 
I2i8 Murrel's Two Books of Cookerie and Carving 

163S 

1219 Murry (Ann) Sequel to Mentoria 1799 

1220 Mafeum Tradefcantiam, with hoih portraits and 

the Jtms — — . 1656 

i2aiyNationdl Merchants *736 

|32 2|Naudaeus Hiflory of Magick 1657 

J223 Newion (Ifaac) Theory of Light and Colours, t 

vol. " ■' '739 

1224 ——--—--——-——.—-—————— a vol. 

174» 

J 225 - I Trbles for Renewing, &c. the 

Leafes of Cathedrals and Colleges ^74> 

^ 1226 Nichoifon (Geo.) Short Hand — j8o6 

^1227 Nickolls (John) on Commerce of France and 

Great Britain 1754 

I2«8/Noiihcote (W.) Hiftory of Anatomy \fjt 

1229JD oiofonville Philofophic Effay s, by Holcroft 

/ 1784 



Arts^ Scitncei^ Cs?r.— Oftavo. 5* 

^I'igo Oliver (Wm.)on the Bath Waters 174*7 

^ ^'*3* Optick Glafle of Humors, /><?>»/. 
/^ t«3a Panciollus on Memorable Things Loft, % vol. 

1715 

1233 Parker on the Hanging of Gates, flati$ 

1804. 

1234 Parkinfon (James) MecUcal Admonitions, a vol. 

, 1799 

& 1235 Parfons Chrqnological Tables 1718 

^1336 Parfons (James) on Hermaphrodites, platt% 

1741 

1 237 Paxton on Trade — — • — 1 704 

^2238 Pegge (Samuel) Forme of Cury 1780 

/j 1239 Peirce (Robert) Hiftory of the Bath 1713 

'^1240 Perkins on' Metallic Traftors 1799 

^ 1241 Petty (Wm.) Nevy Inventions and Improve- 
ments ' 1691 

1242 Phaire (Thomas) Regiment of Life, h, I. 

1560 

1243 • I ■ — - b. I. im. 

proved by How 

4^2244 Pkilalethes Fame of the Fraternity of the RoCe 
Crofs, 16513. The Phylofophcr's Banquet, 
title nnanting 

1245 Pilkington on the Knowledge of Painters 

1773 

1246 Pinkerton on Medals ■ "• ■ ^ ■ " ■ 1784 



8\ 
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/ 

2247) Plantanum circa Harefield >737 

ia48)PlantaB Woodfordienfis • 1771 

(^ 1 249 Price (Uvedale) on the Pifturefque 1 794 

2 1250 '— Letter to Repton — — I7<J5 

^ IS91 PringIe(Sir John) Six Difcoveries 1783 

/ 1x52 Ray (John) Philofophicai Letters, by Derham 

i7i» 
^ 2253 ' ' " Wiltdom of God in the Creation 

•743 
/ 2254 Reece (Richard) Domeftic Medical Guide 

1805 
1255 Reed (J.) Tradefman's Companion 176* 

^ 1 256 Richards (J ) Practical Arithmetic 
C iiy] Richardfon's Account of Sutues, <cc. i7;4 



A^i Seiineet, C!f^.«»Oft«vo. 



gf ^%2bi Rofe (Gilei) Inflrnflions for the Mouth 

i68s 
/ 1262 — - (John) Englifti Vineyard ^ 1666 

£ 1*63 Rofs (Alexander) Arcana Microcofml 1652 

/ ^ 1264 Ruddiman Introduftion to A^derfoa's Diploma 

/ 
/ 
J 

/ 



1258 Regimen Sanitatis Salerai, engli(hed by Paynell 
b,l. 1575 

^1159 Robinfon Views of Nature 17 

1260 Rollo (John) Diabetes MellitDS 179 



Scotiae ■ ■■■ ■ 1663 

^^1265 Rumford (Ben.) Effays ■ 1795 

&^I266 Rural Improvement ■ ■ '777 

^1267 Ruthuen Ladies Cabinet 1654. 

1268 Rowzee (Lod.) Queens WelU 1675 

ia69>Ryding (Wm.) Veterinary Pathology 1801 

X270J Saunders (Wm.) on /he Liver 1795 

^1271 Sea Officers (Lift of) — 1777 

1872/Sharpe (Gregory) Defence of Dr. Clarke 

\ >744 
i273JSheffield (Lord) on the Coramerce of the Ame- 
rican States 1784, 

(, I874 Short (Thomas) Obfervations on the Bills of 

Mortality - - ■ 1750 

^1275 SIare(Fred.) on theBezoar Stone 1715 

i276)Smith (William) Liters de Re Nummaria 

V 1729 
i277)Spirit of Legiflation (Eflays on the) 177s 
(J^ i278^Staikey (George) Pyrotechny Alferted 1658 
^1279 Stevens (John) Spanifh Rule of Trade to t^e 
Weft Indies ■ ■ ■ --> 170^ 
^1280 Stewart (Alexander) Medical DtfcipHne 179S 
^1281 Strange (Robert) on the Rife of th& Royal Aca- 
demy — 177s 

/ 1282 Stukeley (Wm.) on Earthquakes 1756 

^1283 Taylor (Jofeph) Charafter of the Dog 

1804 
/(\ 2284 Taylor (Brook) ContemplatioPhilofophica, witfc 
his Life, by Sr William Young, font aits 

179J 
6 /i285)TeniamcnMedicinale - - " ■ 1705 

rL'^za86]Theophraftas Hillory of Stones, by HiU 
Air ^ »774> 



4 



Arttt Sciencest 5ffr.— Oftavo. 53, 

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ijSjJThompfon (Thomut) on the Small Pox 
jaSSJThoufand Notable Things — — 1791 



l289)Thunberg (Car» Pet.) Prodromos Plantarum 
^ I Capenfium ■ XJpfalia 1794. 

aagoJTiffot (3, A.) on the Difeafes of Literary Pcr- 

fons ■'■ ' '■ 1768 

/ (^ttgi I.I. on Health, by Kirkpatrick 

1768 
<^ 1292 Tonflall (George) Scarborough Spaw, Anato- 
mized ■ » 1670 
/ IZ93 Toulmin (G. H.) Antiquity of the World 

178$ 
/> 12914 TraSs, viz. Pembroke's Method of Breaking 
Horfes, 1761. Thompfon's Rules for Bad 
Horfemen, 1763, &c. 

do 1295 ' Lucina Concubitu, 1750. Boer- 

haave of Magnetical Cures, 1743* Midriff on 
Spleen and Vapoars, 1721 

1296 Gwyn's Effay on Defign, 1749. 

Ideal Beauty in Painting and Sculpture, 1769. 
Allen's Thoughts on Painting, 1750, &c. 
/ ^\ «97 — — — (Ancient) on the Management of Landed 

Property -—- 1767 

J 1298 — Effay OB Harmony, by Morris, 1739. 

Elements of Modern Gardening, and Three 
other on the fame 
Jj M99 — Rouquet State of the. Arts, 17J5* 

Chronological Series of Engravers, 1770. 
* Chelfum on Engraving in Mezzotinto, 1786 
/! (^1300 —Randolph on Briftol Water, 1750. Su- 
therland on Briftol Water, 1758. Ditto on 
Waters in General, 1763. Lucas on Bath and 
Briftol Waters, &c. 

— — — Medical, viz. Lind on the Fen Fever, 
1772. James on Fevers, 1758. Robinfonona 
Cruft of Bread, 1757* Cooke on Poifons, 
1770, &c. 

Juice of the Grape, by Shavr, 1724. 




Hoffman on the Teeth, Sir Han» Sloane on the 
Eyes, Hill on Valerian^ Chandler on a Coldp 
&c. 



54 ^rtit Sciftieet, (^c-^Q^aHei: 

f J03 Tra3/, viz.— On the Uncertainties in Phyfickr 
by Fcyjoo, 1751, Berkeley on Vifion, 1733. 
Hales, Jackfon, Berkeley, and Prior on Tac 
Water, 1744. Flemyng on Corpulency, 1760, 
&c. 

M '3°4 ■ Pointer on the Weather, 1738. 

Shepherd of Banbury's Rules for the Weather,» 
by Claridge, 1744. Mills on the Weather, 
1770, &c, 
f\ 1305 7r«<9/, viz — Eflays on the Public Debt, &c. 
1755. Eflay on Money, by Hewitt, Con- 
duit, &c. 
/^ r3o6 ■ De Malynes Canker of England's 

Commonwealth, 1601, Locke on Mouey'» 
169;, &c. 

/y^ 1307 ' Eight, Relative to the Rabbit 

Woman of Godalming, with M.S. of St. An- 
dre's Mifcarriage, a Poem, &c. 

J| 1308 — in Trade, viz. The Spinfter, in 

Defence of the Woollen Manufa£tures, 1719— 
Reafons for improving the Fiflieries and Linea 
ManufaAures of Scotland, &c. 
^ ^1309 ■■ ' Account of the African Trade 

1 1713, &c. 

jL\ 1310 Treatife on Trade, 1750. Dif- 

fertation on Commerce, 1754. Temple oa 
Commerce and the Arts, 1758, &c. 

13 II ■■ on the Eaft India Trade, 1697. 

Paxton on Trade, 1704. Confiderations on 
taifmg the Value of Money, 16951 &c, 

Jy ^1312 — — — — Free, tbzz. Obfervation* oft 

Ditto, by H. R. 1668 

Jt ^«3'3 ' Gee on Trade and Navigation, 

1729. True State of England, 1729 






QUARTO. 

^1314 Hill (Wm.) Infancie of the Soul, or the Soule 

of an Infant ■■ 1605 

»3i5 Hiftory of Coffee, Thee, Chocolate, and To- 

bacco — — - iW> 



^ttt, Sdentejt y^,— Quarto. 55 

X" /»3iiS Hogarth (Wm.) Analyfis of Beauty, with Co- 

pies of the Two Plates 1 753 

/i^>3»7 Horfley (Wm.) Britiih Merchant, title nuanting 
J ^318 Horfemanftiip (a Dilcourle of) and the Art of 

Riding 1584 

/^ <^I3I9 Houfholder's Philofophie, b. I. 1588 

/ 2320 Hughes (Wm.) Compleat Vineyard 1665- 

^ /.iSH Jones (John) Bathes of Bathes Ayde, i. /. 1572, 

and Buckftone's Bathes Benefyte 
/ i3Ja Jorden(Edw.) on Bathes and Mineral Waters 

1631 

^1335 Keppel's Freedom Box (Defcription of) tvith 

< p/ates 

/^ 132 J King (Edw.) on Stones faid to have fallen from 

the Clouds ■ '79^ 

/ <^'32S on the Signs of the Times 1798 

_f (^1326 Langham (^Wm.) Garden of Health,^. /. 1578 

//, J327 Langwith on Arbuthnot's Coins *747 

; fj 1328 Latham's Faulconry, ra/i — 1633 

J ^ 1329 Leather (a Difcourfe of) — — 1629 

^1 1330 Legerdemaine, or the Art of Juggling, by S. R, 

/ 1331 Leigh (Valentine) Surveying,^./. 1588 

/ <^X33» Lettfom (J. C.) Origin of Medicine, lohured 

flates 1778 

/ (fi *333 ' Hiftory of Hard Drinking 

1789 

/ 1334 Levett( John) on Bees — 1634. 

/ S335 Lite of Sir Ifaac Newton, by Fontenelle 1728 

>^ ^4336 Marchant (Nathaniel) Catalogue of 100 gems, 

A plait t by Bartoloxzi . *79* 

J' ^1337 Markham (Gervafe) Hufbandry 163 1 

^1338 Marfli (John) Decimal Arithmetick 1742 

/1339 Martyn (Thomas) On iEroftatick Globes, plate 

1784 
y\ 1340 Mafcall (Leonard) on Cattel, in 3 bookes, b. i, 

J '596 

/, 1341 '■' ' Arte of Planting and Graft- 
ing, f»/i, ^. /, ■■■"•■ 1592 
^ 1342 Maflie (J.) on the Poor Laws — 1758 
^ i343 May (Edw.) Relation ot a Serpent found in the 
~^ Left Ventricle of the Heart of John Pennant, 
*^ ' — flate$ -» 1639 



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5>6 Artit SdttieeSf C^«.— Folio. 

1544 Mead (Rich.) Medical Works, a vol. portrmt 
J>j 1345 Mercorialis de Arte Gymoaftica, fg. 
/ 1346 Money, (Regulaiions for the Intereft of) 1785 



^1 



FOLIO. 

^1347 Medley, 43 Numbers 

/J348 Middlefex Journal, or Chronicle of Liberty, ai« 

Nambers 1^71— 177X 

/^ 1349 Mift's Weekly Journal, 17x5 to 1788 
/ '350 Morning Chronicle for 1775 and 1776 
^'^1351 Occafionalift, 14 Numbers 
J- 1352 Owen'i Weekly Chronicle — 1758 

^ ^1353 Portfolio, by Oliver Old School 
j Pbiladtlpbia 1802 

e/ ^1354 Pafqub afcribed to Duckett, by Pope 171* 

y^ 1355 Public Advertifer, from 1784 to 1791, lOVoL 

/C 1356 Ledger, 1761 and 1765 

// <!7i357 Scraps from Newfpapers 

J )3S^ Spendthrift, fuppofed to be by Lord Holland, 
tfidt Nott. — ■ ' 1766 

Tomahawk, or Cenfor-General I79i*— 96 

Traiteur ■ _— 1780 

True Patriot • 1745 

Various Periodical Papers, in i vol. viz.— Pro- 
tefter.by Ralph, 1753— Tell, by Murphy, 1786 
— X^onted, by Ruffhead, 1756— Bufy Body, by 
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dcr'd, 1744. Daniel's Prophecy, 1744, Stein 
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1749, and 7 other in i vol. 

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g other, in i vol. 

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.. by Dr. Dodd, in i vol. 1*763, &c. 

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Tythe Bill, and 4 other, in 1 vol. 1736 

relative to Dr. Bentley's Humanity, &c. 

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»395 



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II ■ by Arife Evans, Voice from Heaven, &c. 

165J 

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phical Works, 1755, &c. 

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bank's Stage, 1 71 8. Learned Diflertation oa 
Old Women, by Gordon, 1720. Life of Rich- 
ard Savage, by Charles Buckingham, 1727, 
&c. 

■ ■I on Divorce, by Kenrick, &c. 3 vol. 

1771 

— — Collection of Moral Sentences, by Al- 

cock, 1775. England's Genius or Wit Tri* 

umphant, 1734. Ecclefiaftical Tranfaftions, a 

CoUeftion of Reverend Jokes, 1742 

■ Stukeley's Philolbpby of Earthquakes, 
1750. Sir Hans Sloane's Will, 1753. Cafe 
of Authors, by Ralph, 1758, &c. in I vol. 

— Miniftcrial, 1798 




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396 TVtfi?/— by Geo. Stubbes, 1731. A Philofophical 
Dialogue on the Moon, by Hayes, 1761, and 
5 other, in 1 vol, 

/ 1397 ■ on the Poor 1775 

/^»398 —— by Tickcll, Anticipation, &c. 1778 
/'' 1399 — William Hay, Religio Medici, &c, 

i 17S3 , 

1400— ——The Temple of Fame, or Scandalous 
Chronicle, 1 748. Dean Swift's Will, &c. 

1^01 Hazard of a Death-bed Repentance, 

1708, Burying in Churches, &c. 1721, &c. 

/! 1402 Speech of Mr. John Check^jr, on his 

i Tryal, 1730, and Bother, 1730 — 64 
j C H03 — — Innes on Moral Virtue, 1728, &c. 
3 ^1404 • Armltrong's (Economy of Love. Ed- 
ward's Canon of Criticifm, 1748. Myftery of 
Rhetoric, 1739, tea 
0? 1405 ■ " Lewis's Eflay on the Confecration of 

Churches, 17 rg, &c. 
/^ 1406 ' The Repofitory, 1752. The Enter- 

, taincr, 1746. The Publilher, 1745 

S'' ^1407 I '- Voltaire in the Shades, 1770, &c. 

^ 1408 — Narrative of the Proceedings in France, 

for difcovcriog the Murder of the Englifti 
Gentlemen, 1723. Lifeof Eugene Aram, 1760. 
Lives of BJewet, &c. 1726. MyHeries Re- 
veal'd, or Tranfaftions of the Cock-lane 
Ghoft. Life of Thomas Mun, 1750. Narra- 
tive of the Thief-takers M*c Daniel, &c. 1 756, 
and 6 other, in i vol. 
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\\ / ^ Weft, Anthony Aikew, Jofeph Robertfon, John 

Woodhoufe, &c. 
7 ^*4'° — — — (Sixteen) of St, Jalius Caefar's M.S. 

t ^9* 

/J 1411 — ——Abridgment of Polidore Vergile, h. I. 

•* »5?i» Erafmus Enchiridion Militis Chrifti, 

b, I. Common Places of Scripture tranflated 
by Taverner, b, l. i{53 

I / 1412 - • Smith's Memoirs of Secret Service, 1699, 

&c. 



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7Vfl<5/— Smith (John) Travels in Palcftinc, 1759. 
Falconar's Journey from, joppa to Jerufelem, 

'753 
» Vindication of the Prefent Miniftrjr, 

1740. Arlusand Adoiphus, &c. 
Memoirs of Sir John Berkeley, 1699, 

and 5 other 

■ by Bentham • 1776 
Moderate Churchman, 1710, and ij 

other 

Peter Milton's Edifls, 161 5. Sir James 

Ley on Wards and Liverie?, f6i2. Vernon 
on the Exchequer, 1642. Brooke Reading on 
the Statute of Limitations, 1647. Wren Mo- 
narchy Aflerted, 1660 

'-■ (Twelve) by and concerning Dennis 

relative to T)r. Parr, 1792— j 

I Tyers, 1781, &c. 

— — — Fergufoo, Idea of the Material Univerfe, 

1754. Defcrjption of the Solar Syftem, by 

Ditto, 1753. Baillie on the Sublime, 1747, 

&c. 
tm Edward Livelie, Chronologic of the 

Pcriian Monarchie, 1597, &c. 

Relation of the Poyfoning of Sir Tho- 
mas Overbury, 165 1. Life of Dr. Thomas 
Fuller, 1661. Life of Elias Afhmole, 1717..-. 
Life of John Milton 

— — Obfervatiom on the AfFayres of Hol- 
land, 1621. True Lawe of Free Monarchies, 
1603. Andronicus, by Thomas Fuller, 1646 

Standard of Equality, 164-;, Rights 

and Prerogatives of Kings, 1612. Rights of 
the People, 1658. Rule to keep Inferior Courts 
within their jult Bounds, 1682. A61 of Com- 
I mon Council for paving the City, 1671. 

^1^1417 Recantation of John Nichols, ^. /. 1581, True 
Lawe of Free Monarchies, 1603 

'■ by Urquhart Edin. 1774 

Coiton's Morall Philofophy of the 

Stoicks, 167 1. Loredano's Life of Adams, 



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Booke of Commr>n Pr&yer, 1644., &c. 
■ ■- ' ■ An Antiqucdiibet, 1602, &c. 
Triumph of Mercy in the Chariot of Praife, 

1677. Fletcher's Reftauration of Ifrael, 1677, 

&c. 
The Harte of Hering Mafle, h. I 156T. 

A Warning againll the dangerous PraAifcs of 

Fapiftes, b, I. &c. 

Arraignment of the Popifli Traiteur 



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Everard Haunce, b.l, 1531. ConfclSon of the 
Proteftantes of iicotlande, b. I. x^bi 

Direflion or Preparative to the Study of 

the Law, i6co. Eellaniie Plea for the Com- 
monalty of London, 1^45. Aft of Common 
Council for paving and cleanling the City, 
167 1. Reafons for the Abatement of Inte- 
reft, 1692 

Critical Remarks on Four Piajj^s, by 



Corinna, 1719. Diflertation on the Ufe and 
Abufe of Tobacco, 1720. A Wonderful Won- 
der of Wonders, 1721, &c. 
Jackfon on Human Liberty, 1730. Re- 
marks on Waterland's Difenfe of feme Qu( 



ries, 1723, &c. 

by Lowth and Edwards 

Tunbridge Mifcellany, 1712. 




Que- 

1765—6 
Ads of 
Parliament no Infallible Security to bad Peace- 
Makers, &c. 

- ■■ ■ (Six) for and againft Lord Bolingbroke, 
1752, &c. 

Dennis Refieclions, Critical and Saty- 

rical, Homerides, 171 5. Dennis Remarks on 
Pope's Homer. Ditto on the Dunciad, 1729, 

;Six) relative to John Dennis, &.'c. 
(Sixteen) relative to Slate Affairs 

1712 

(Six^' by Thos. Hervey — 1742 

■' ' (Eight) Whillon's iVfemoirs of Dr. 

Clarke ■ » - — — 1730, &c. 



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Trails (Seven) Genealogical Effay on the Fa- 
mily of the Hams, 1730. The Petticoat, 1716. 
Artof Drefs, 1717. Life of a Norfolk Dump- 
ling, &c. 

»- Apology for a late Refignation. Hare 

on the Study of the Scriptures, &c. in a vol. 

Nesfield's Oration at the Opening the 

Iron Bridge at Wearmouth, 1796. Diflertation 
on Anecdotes, 1793. Playfair on the Finances 
of Great Britain, 1 796. On the Improvement 
of the Fifliery in the Thames, 1787. The In- 
dians, a Tragedy, 1 790, in i vol. 

• Tucker's, on enriching the Principality 

of Wales, 1762— Ditto on the Benefits and Da- 
mages of Spirituous Liquors, 1751, &c. 

Lewis Hidorical EiTay on the Confecra- 



tion of Churches, 1719— Life of John Sage, 
1714, &c. 

Life of Henry Compton — Dialogue on 



Kennicott's Method of correfting the printed 

Hebrew Text, 1760, in 2 vol. 
— ' Rules of the Maritime School, 1781 

—Plan for Manning the Navy— Sir John 

Moore Poetical Trifles, 1778. 
Prieftcraft in Perfeftion, 1 710— Punch 



turned Critick, 171 2— True Charadlcr of Edm. 
Grindal), 1709 — and feven other 

m Anfwer to the Country Parfon's Plea- 

Try al between J. G. Biker and M. Morlcy, 
1741— Woodman's Ratcatcher of Chelfea Col- 
lege, 1740, &c. 

. on OiTian, by Gordon, Warner, Shaw, 
Clark, &c. 1762—84 

(Seven) on Mary Tofis, the Rabbet 



Woman, by Howard, Ahlers, Manningbara, 
Douglas, Gulliver, Brathwaite— with St. An- 
dre's Cafe 
by Maflie i7fO--J7 



Hiftory of Sir Robert Walpolc, 1738— 
Ditto of Nadir Cha, 1741 — Bancks Remarks on 
Voltaire's Life of Charles XII. 1741, &c. 



TraBs, Csfr.-^Oflavo. 63 

^1459 Trafls, or Critical Memoirs of the Times 

y ^ I46<:^^——— Royal Matins 1768, &c. 

14611 ■ (Eight) by Cibbcr, Sheridan, and Lord 

Hcrvcy, on Pope, &c. 1753 

^ 1462 relative to Crefvvell and Scrope 1749 

1463 ■■ by Northouck— Hiftory of the Man after 

God's own Heart 1764, &c. 

^1464 ■ The Confpirators, or the Cafe of Cati- 

line, 1721— Addrefs to the People of Great 
Britain, 1745, Sec. in 2 vol. 
/ 1465 ■ Truth ftifled, 1741— Survey of the 

I County of Down, 1740— -The Tranfadiioneer, 

1 70c— Hiftorical Account of Mandrakes, 
1741, &c. 

^,^1466 Confutation of Witchraft, 1712— The 

Proteft, &c. 
^1 1467' I Letter to Horace Walpole _ 1767, &c. 

^ 1468 ■ . I — Several Affertions proved, in order to 

I create another Species of Money than Gold or 

Silver— Catalogue of Knights, &c. 1640, &c. 
^1469 Life of Gilbert Burnet, 1 7 1 5— Sewcll*s 

fecond Letter to Ditto, 1713— and Mifcella~ 
I neous Works by Addifon, vol. 4, 1750 

^{^ ^470 ■ " Treatife of Humane Reafon, 1674— 

I'ourtraift of the Politicke Chriftian Favourite* 
1647 — Difcourfe by Geo. Downing, 1672— 
Torriano Italian Proverbs, 1642, &c. in 3 vol. 
^ ^ 1471 V" < Gelli, Fearefull Fanfies of the Florentine 
Cooper, b. I. 1 1599 — Circes, b.l, 1557 

y(> ^>47* Baylie Conference between Charles I. 

j I and Henry Earl of Worcefter, 1649— Worcef- 

ter's Apopthegme,/rff«^. 1650 

/|<^'473 Wiftiart on a Holy and Good Life 

1 1753, &c. 

/^{^I474 . . Johnfon (Robt.) Effaies, 1613 — Micro* 

cofmographia, 1628 — Modern Policies, i652<— 

Raleigh's Maxims of State, in 2 vol. 

/ <!:^*475 ■ ' • ■ ■— (Four) relative to the Police by Denne 

I772,&c. 

^ 1476 — — Jortin's Remarks on Spenfer, 1734—5' 

—4 — i CoUe^ion of Verfes, Eflays, &c, 1728 — Bur- 

f . iT. ^ ton's Genuinenefs of Lord Clarendon's Hif« 



64 



TraSs, ^f.— Oaavo; 



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toty of the Rebellion vindicated, 1744— EiTny 
On the Manner of Writir.g Hiflory, 174.6, &c. 

T477 ^rafls. Letter from a Clergyman in Ireland, 
giving an Account of taking great Numbers of 
Fifh and Sea Monfters, in the County of Clare, 
lyai — Life of Thomas Lord Cromwell, 1715 
— Letter to a Rev. Gentleman in Oxford on 
drinking Heahhs, 17?! — Leonhardi Account 
of the Grifons, 171 1— Four Kings of Canada, 
1710, &c. 

41^8 — — — Belcarras Account of Affairs io Scot- 
land, 1714 — Hiftory of the Count de Gabalis, 
1714, &c. 

Lexiphanes, 1767— Sale of Authors, 



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480 

481 

482 

483 
484 



1767 

. Citizen of the World, and Pcrfian Let- 
ters ■ 1793 

- ' ■ par de Mifley 1769 

— : Remarks on the Speech of Dopont, by 

Hannah More ■ 1793, &c. 

— — — Eflay on Public Credit, 1710— Afgill's 
Trafts, &c. 

Hen. Hammond Nineteen Letters, 1739 



48s 



— Letters of Dr. Wra. Bancroft, 1757 — Letters, 
four, from Newton to Bentley, 1756, &c. 

— Fovargue Catalogue of Vulgar Errors, 

1767 — Anti-Canidia, or Confutation of the 
Opinion concerning Witches, &c. 

486 — Waked Truth. 1755—Mafonry Diflefted 

— Haoke on the National Debt, 1751, &c. 

— Effay on Civil Government, 1 728— 

Arbor Vitae, or the Tree of Life, 1741— The 
Moufe Trap, "a Poem, 1720— Hoglandia, 
17*8— Humours of the Road, com. iffc, 

— Pifture of a Modern Whig, 1705^ 

Fragment of Ancient Poetry, 1760— Life of 
Lord Lovat, 1746, &c. 

South Sea Trade, i7ri— Sedition and 

Defamation difplayed, 1731, &c. in 2 vol. 

— Merry Phitofopher, or Thoughts on 

Jefting, 1765 — Eflay on Laughter, by Hiffer- 
cao, 1769 



I 



^1491 Trafts (Four) by Tucker — - 1775 

/[ ^»492 — ■ 1774 



^ 1494 



/^ 1495 



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— relative to Trinity College, Cambridge 

1710 

— Poems, by Mifs Carter, 176 a — Bnrnet's 

Thoughts on Education, 1761— Voltaire on 
the Civil Wars of France, 1727— Geffncr'a 
Rural Foems, 1762 



— Life of John Dennis, 1734— Letters be- 
tween Pope and Hill, 1751 — GoUeftion of 
Welfh Travels 
1496 — .— Faith of a converted Atheiil, 1712— 
The Burning of London, 1714 — Tunbfidge 
Mifcellany, 1713, &c. 
^1^1497 — _-. Charafter of Sheffield Duke of Bucking- 
hamlhire, 1729 — with four other relative to, 
1721, &c. 

Letter on Earthquakes, 1750 — and fix 



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other on ditto 

— ■ Letter on Enthufiafm, 1708— Soliloquy, 
ic— Vindication of the Corporation and 
Tett A£ls, &c. in 2 vol. 
— Trenchard's Effays, 





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* 7 55— Howard's 
Thoughts, Effays, and Maxims, 1768 

Fra^Kis Lord Bacon, on Private and 

National Corruption and Bribery, 1721— 
Confpirators, or the Cafe of Catiline, 1721 

— — »^ Old England, or the Conftitutioiial Jour- 
nal. Did you wer fee the Like ? or Fun upon 
Fun, 1735— Aocountof *^* Town's Hofpital in 
Glafgow, I74S<!— Gairdner Hiftorical Account 
of the Old People's Hofpital, EHm. 1728, &c. 

— on Mahomet, by Toland, Alcock, &c. 

1713-^6 

— Enquiry into the Reafons of the Condudl 

of Great Britain with rcfpcft to Europe, 1727 
— Miege Utrura Horum, 17O), &c. in 2 vol. 

: — The Vauxhall Affray, from, 1773 — 



Fitzgerald's Appeal to the Jockey Club, &c. 

— relative to the Living to Aldwinckle 

1767 

K 



65 'J>»^h lie^mJOetzto, 

[ /fZJS07 7V«A— Propofal for relieving the Poor, i-jtirv 
I Obfervations on the Writings of the Craftfman^ 

i »730» &c. 2 vol, 

1^ 1508 ' ' ■'■ (16) reUtire to the South Sea Scheme 

I '7»o 

j^ 1509 — — — Hiffernan on the StruAore and Paflioas 

of Maa 1748, &c, 

/ ^1510 ■ ■■ (3) inFavour of Infidelity 1720—34 

J ^ i$ii : — (32) relative to the Diflenters 178* 

Sjiz ~-. «^ Account of Difpute between Hume anil 
/^ ^' Roufleau, i766> and 3 other relative to 

RoufTeau 
M *S' J ■■ (6> on Mandeville*s Fable of the Bees 

A. :■- 1725 

/ 1514 . . .— . Yorkc on the Law of Forfeiture, 1746. 
Reports in Verfe of Sir £dward Coke, 1742* 
Algernon Sydney Letters, 1742, tec, 
^ X5IS ———Memoirs of George Leyburn, 1722— 
Hiftorical Memoirs on the It ilh Rebellion 

1765 
/ ^I$i6 ■■■ — Reafons for Hindering the Home Con- 
famption of Eaft India Silks, 1697, <9cc. 

/f 1517 —A Difcoverya of a CounterfeAe Con- 

fetence, helde at a CounterfeAe Place, bjr 

Counterfefte Traveller s» Colltftf 1600. Fal- 

I ihood in Friendfiiip, or Unions Vizard, or 

Wolves in Lamblkins, 1605 
\9i ^ '5*8 ■ — — ■' ■ Modern Anecdote, by Lady Craven^ 
I 1781. Real Charaders and Genuine Anecdotesp 

2769. Trifles, by Vortigern Crancoxe, I778t 
Leap Year Leflures, 1773 
i J ^ ^i*9 """^ * Toin Double return'd out of the Country, 
I I 170s. Petticoat Government, &c. 

' ^ 2520 -— — i- Howard's Letter to Mr. Samuel Johnfon, 
1698. Difcourfe on Uniting Scotland withEng.- 
land, 170a, &c. 

•^ «5ai Hiftory of Living Men, 1702. Shorted 

Way with Whores and Rogues, 1703. New- 
ton's Theory of the Moon's Motion, 1702 
,^[^1522 ^— — Langbaine's Lives of the Dramaticic 
Poets. John BuU in his Senfes •-«• ^jn 



J'/f. 



« 67 > 



Arts and Sciences j 

OyARTOi 
/^' i523 Montefiore (Joihua) Commercial DidHonary- 

1524 Madge (Thomas) Defcription of a Time- Keeper, 

pla/ti . " —— — — 1799 

/ i|«5 Nation^ DebK (State of) Decemiier, 17169 

print ed 1727 
/! ^x;26 Naturalift's fonrnal 

I 1527 Neandri Tabacologia, Jig* L, Bat i6a6 

/ (^1528 Nicols (Thomas) Hiftory of Pretious Stonet 

Cant, 16 J2 
J 1529 Nicholfii (Fran.) Vita,/;. 1780 

/ ijiso Norden (John) Surveyor's Dialogue 1610 

^ <^>5J» Norfolk Militia, //a/« — 1768 

/ / - 'S3* Painting (Du Frefnoy'» Art of) 1765. By Birch, 
1765. Ditto, by Mafon, in Verfe, 1783— 
Ditto, by Churchey. Hayley*s Effay on Ditto, 
178 1. Poetical Epiftle to Sir Joihua Rey- 
nold's, 1777. Keate's Epiftle to Angelica 
Kauffman, 1781, nioitb portraittf and extract 
frtimntwjfaptrt 
1533 Feacham (Hea;) Compleat Gentl^mai^, front. 

idz-f 
'534 T". --T— n : . . . _ ^634 



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'53$ Pecham (H.) Art of Drawing with the Pen, and 
Limning in Water Colours — 1606 

1536 Fegge (Sam.) on the Coins of Cunobelin, plate 

1769 

'537 ' ' /*. 

^1538 Peokethman (John) Alfize of Bread, /rwi/. fy 
MarfitaU 1638 

^ 1539 ■ — it, 

^ X540 Peterkia (Jolhaa) on Planting, /mtf. 

St, Cbrifitphtr^s 1790 
/^ 1541 Philofophical Tranfa^ions, No. 144, 365, 381, 

f) 1541 Phyfic (Canons of the Art oQ . CaUutH xi^t 



61 Arts anJ Scienut.'^iQazrtOt 

^i$43 Pinto'a Eflky on Circulation and Credit 1774 
/ '544 PJ«t'c8 (Gabriel) Difcovcry of Subterranean 

Treafure — 1679 

J ^1545 Puckell (Stephen) Table of Fees due to the Bi- 
fhop of London ■ ■ 1610 

/ ^i^\6 Querfitanus Chymicall and Hermeticall Phy- 
&cke, by Timme 1 ■ »« i6oj 

^ 1547 Raper (Matt.) Meafnre of the Roman Foot 
3 ^154^ Ratfitof Marcbandizes in King James's Reign 
>Z ^1549 Refta Series of Eminent Painters 1739 

j2 ^ ^Si^ Rueffi <j.ac.) deConceptu et Generationis Ho- 

mini Fremi* 1587 

jj z ^1551 SavioIo(Vincentio) of the Rapier and Dagger, 
"^ *nd 6f Honor, aad Honorable Quarrels, cuit^ 

vtryjcertt •• 1595 

i^S* Saunders Oratio ex Harveii Inflituto 1797 
// ^ ^1552] Scot (Reynolde) perfitte Platferme of a Hoppe 

tf ^i553jSimon (J«s.) Account of Irifli Coins, 1749— 
■^ Journal from Grand Cairo to Mount Sinai, 

»743 

/J\ ^1554 — (Tho.) Medals, Coins, and Great Seals, 

engraved by Vertue — 1780 

/ /^i* X555 Smithy John) Memoirs of Wool, 2 vol. in i 

J " ' '757 

^1556 Somerville, Farmer's, Grazier's and Butcher's 

Ready Reckoner ••■ ■ - 17^5 

/J^ 6^SS1 Spices (the bad Garbelling of) ufed in thefe 

Daies ■ — ■ — '59' 

^ (f 1558 Sprat (Tho.) Hiftory of the Royal Society, ^<i/« 

1667 
f* *5S9 Steuart (James) Political (Economy, 2 vol. 
! >v 1767 

i^ 1560 Stubbe (Hen.) Lord Bacon's Relation of the 
^\ Sweating SickneAe, examined, 1671, Dkto 
^ ,. Difcourfe on Phlebotomy, 167! 
J\ 1551 ■ ■■■■■ Accotrnt of Cores performed by 
Val. Greataricki 1666. Thomfon's Letter to 
Stabbe, 167c. Reply to the Letter written to 
I j Mr. Henry Stabbe, 1671 
1-^161562 Stubbe (Hen.) Miraculous Conforroift, or Cures 
"Y'Ta^Y by Greatarick Ox/irti 166^ 



( «9 ) ' 

/ ^ 1563 ■' - " ^ '■ Legends, no Hiftories* and fun- 
dry Trafts, by Ditto — 1670 

/: 1564 ■ III I — ■ morocco, 

gilt Itaiiti ' ■ ' 1670 

3 1565 — Trafts, ib, 

\/ff ^ 1566 Surphlet (Richard j on Melancholike Difeafet 

I . 1599 

/i / 1567 Tabacco (The Trial of) by E. Gardiner, 1 610, . 

and Work for Chimney-fweepers* or a Warning 

for Tabacconifts, 1602 



Englijh and Foreign Hifiory, Voyages^ and 
Trdvch* 

FOLIO. 

j^\ 11568 iEmilias (PauU) Hift. Rebus Geftis Francoram 

^ (^ '5^9 Antverpias SpefUcoIorum Mirifieus Apparatus, 

f 1570 Baillie (Tho.) Solemn Appeal to the Public, rtd 
morocco — ■■ " - Loud- *77^ 

/ 1571 Bedford (Hilkiah) Right of the Crown of £ng- 
land I i» Lofidm 1713 

I57t Biographia Britannica, 7 vol. iliujiratttt tuitb a 
number of portraits., and enriched bjf many additions t 
j in Mr. Rttd's band-'turitittg, and 6j feverat let- 

I terst ond printed references Land. 1 747 

/i '573 Blount (Edwr.) Hiftorie of the Uniting of Por- 
tugal! to the Crown of Caftell Lortd. 1600 
j^i 1574 Bloanc (Tho.) a Law Dictionary Land, 1670 
A ^ 1575 Boyer(N.) Life and Reign of Queen Anne, me' ^ 
dalt — — — i;*^ 
/ i576)Brady (Rob.) Treatife o'n, Boroughs Lond. 1704 

^ w 1577 J ■■ Introdudion to the Old Engli(h 

^ Hiftory ■ ■ L«nd. t69^ 

1578 Breval (John) Remarks on feveral Parti of £u- 
y rope^ 2 vo], in ttplatetf/. p. — — 1738 

-•^'579 Brown (Edward) Travels in £urope, ^aui 



( 79 » 






/ts9o Buck (George) Hiftory o£ the Life and Rt\ptt 
of Richard III. portrait by Cr»/t Load. 1646 
1581 Surchect (Jofiah) complete Hiftory ofremarkabls 
Tran factions at Sea, mapt Ltnd» 1720 



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// /t^iz rj^R ACTS— Life of William Parfons, per- 

/(pip ^ ^^^.^^ 1751. Hiftory of James Macleao^ 

portrait. Life of Thomas Bilby and Thomas 

Slack. Ditto of Wilh'am Smithy 17 p. Lifa 

J of Lord Lovat, 1747, &c. 

^^1583 - ' ■■ ■■ Evelyn on Navigation and Commerce, 

j 1674. Hiftory of 3 famous Impoilors, 1669* 

Evelyn on erecting a Library i6of 

/ 1584 *' Langhorne's EfFufions of Friendihip and 

Fancy, 1765. The fhilofopher, by William v 

1771 
^ /j^h^B " ' " Richard Gardiner's Speciffleii Orato* 

rium, OxM. 1675. Orations of Arfanesagaiaft 
Philip the treacherous King of Macedon, h, /. 
^1586 TraAs, Arguments to prove the Affections of the 
People of England the beft Security of Govern- 
-^ >, — mem, 1714. Rule a Kingdom and hay* » 

/• / " Kingdom, &c. 



Tfoaif Wf,— .Oflavo, 7« 



I 

^K ( 6 *5*7 ' ^y ®'» Fordyce, the Temple of Virtue, 

^V j &c. ■ ' 1757 

J (^fi^%i • Lord Shaftsbury's^Letters, 1750. Effays 
lead at Glafgow, by James Moore *759 

^ 4589 " Harlequin, or a Defence of Grotefque 
Conic Performances, by Mofer, 1766. fiilay 
oa Comic Genius, 17^6. Lecointe^s Apo- 
logy for Dancing 17;* 

/ *^90 • ' On taking away the Heritable Jurif- 
diftion« in Scotland n^y 

/ fjgi . — On Trade, by Tucker, I7?3. Ways 

and Means to raife the Value of Land, by 
Allen, 1736, &c. 

y/ (p *S9t — — (Seven) on Trade, by Templeman, &c. 

yiS' 459J (Eiglit) on the High Price of Provifions, 

' by Fofter, Soame Jenyns, Francis Moore, &c. 

1766—75 
/ /<^ ^ «S94 — — — (Fourteen) on the Corn Trade and Laws, 

175s to »77o 
y\ §595 ' ' " (Thirteen^ on the National Debt, 

*737— 56 

y^ 6 8596 (Six) on the Royal Society, by Kippis, 

&c. 1710—84 

/ 1597 Cumbers on Oriental Gardening, 1773, The 
Garden, from the French of De Lille, 178^ 

p #398 (Seven) on Balloons, Lunardi, Dicker, 

and Mrs. Sage's Voyage, he. 1783— 4_r 

// *589 (Eight) on the Herring Fiftiery, with 

Defcription of the Ifland of Shetland, 753, &c* 

/ ^ ji€oo I (Two) by Hen. Homer, on the I nolo- 

fure of Corn Fields, 1766, and pteferving 

. Public Roads 1767 

S' 6 1601 Ozell on Colouring, 4711. Atkinfon's 

Conference between a Painter and Engraver, 
1736, Vie de Vanloo Paris 176J 

J i6oz by Sir Robert Strange, viz. Catalogue 

of Piftures, 1769. Inquiry into the Rife<)f 

the Royal Academy ^n^ 

j^ ^^603 Traa», (Seven) on the National Debt, Public, 

«r /O ^ ^°^ Sinking Funds, Land Tax, &c. J 7«9— 3f 



72 9VaK?/, 5^r.— 0£lavo 

/ ^/■ii »6o4 — — — (Five) on Prlntiog, by Bowyer and 



'f 



Nichols, Edward Row Morej, William Ged, 

*c. 1752—81 

I /; 160J (Three) on the King's EvH, by William 

f Becket, John Badger, &c. 17x2—48 

4^1 1606 — Brown's Religio Medici, Kenelm Dig- 

by's Obfcrvatioos on Ditto. Rofs Medical 
Medicatus — — ■ ■ ■ 1645 

T /^^ S607 — St. Balthazar Gerbler D'Ouvilly, Dli^ 

''' t courfe on the Three Principles of Building, 

* i 1662. Ditto Council and Advice to Builders 

1663 

J ^ i6o8 — Vernon on regulating the Exchequer, 

^ t 1643. Ley on Wards and Liverie;, 1642, &C. 

/p. (/p 1609 ■— — Weldon's Court and Character of King 

I James. Ditto Aulicus Coqainaria 1650 

J\ ^ 1610 — Defcription of Brafiels. Paintings at 

Amderdam and Antwerp, platis, and of the 
4 Glafs Work of Gonda 
/ / 161 1 ■■ Travels of Signior Giacomo Baratti in- 
to Abyffinia, 1670. Adventures of Mr. T. 
S. an Englifh Merchant, in the Inland Coun- 
tries of Africa 1670 

/ /7 i€»2 — The Burnynge of St. Pauls Church oy 

Lightnynge, ij6i, b, l. imprinttd 1^63. The 

' Legend of the Cardinal of Loraine 1577 

. jT 161 J Trade, Coyn, and Paper Credit, 1697— Haynes'i 

Great Briuin's Glory, 171 c 

x^ij^ m I ■ fliewing the Grounds and Reafonsof the 

Incresfe, 1680— Brewfter on Trade, 169; 

in France, 1736— Ad Viri Revereadi 
Con. Midleton, 1727 

and Commerce^ with Obfervations on 
Taxes ■ ' 1770 

/ 1617 Tradefmao (Compleat Englifti) 2 vol. 1745 

/ ^1618 Twifs on Chefs, 2 vol. in one 1787 

^ ^1619 Tytlcr on the Nurfing and Rearing Childrea 

«797 

- i62o)yaldin on Fencing - ^7^9 

'\ i6»iJVaughan (Rice) on Money 1675 

I ^ 16a z on Coin and Coinage 1^. 




I 



Mi/ctHaniet* 55 

/ //'/^'^*3 Vertue's Anecdotes of Painting, by Walpole, 
portrait • — — i-yg* 

/:^i624 Underhill (John) Account of Briftol Hot-Well 

1703 
y! / 1625 )Walker (Sayer) on Nervous Difeafes 1 796 

^{'^ leaS/Waller on the Mines of Sir Carbery Price 1698 
/ ^iSz'j Walton (Izaak) Complete Angler, by Hawkins, 
fecond edit, cuts, marblt Uafvt$ 1766 

1638 Warburton on Prodigies and Miracles 1727 

' ^ 1629 Weaver on Dancing 1712 

^ 1630 V7efton (R.) Trafts on Agriculture and Garden- 

1 ing ■ ■' *773 

1^1631 Whateley on Gardening — — 1770 

i^3» White (las.) Anatomy of the Horfe's Foot 

i8or 

1633 Whitaker (To.) Blood of the Grape 1654 

^ 1634 Wittie (Rpbt.) Survey of the Heavens 168 1 

3 6^^ii Withcf's (I?*abian) Palmeftry and Phyfiognoiny, 

J' 1636 Whitlock (Rich.) prefent Manners of the Eng- 

lilh Anatomizing the Living, /ro«^ 1654 

/ 1637 Wittie (Robt.) Survey of the Heavens 168 1 

J 1638 Wood (John) Orders of Columns 1750 

^ 1639 ■ Defcription of the Exchange of 

Briftol, plates — — ly^j. 

/ 1640 Wood'^ Survey of Trade -^-- i7ig 

|/.2t<J?i264i World in the Moon ^— 1638 

■ /^ 164* Worccfter (Marquis of) Century of Inventions 

Gla/, X767 

/ 1643 Wylde (Zach.) Englifli Maftcr of Defence 1711 

^ 1644 Wynter (John) on Baths at Bathe f^zS 

Mifcellames, 

4 1645 Academy of Belles Lettres, felcft Difcourfes 

1741 

// 4 1646 — ■■ ■ ■ Complements 1650 

^1647 Adamina, 2 vol. i8oj 

1648 Addifon (Jofeph) Mifcellaneous Works, with 
Life, by Tickell, 4 vol. 8vo, ^765 

1649 Adventures of Covent- garde a. ^^ — — 1699 
x6co — in ■ Mr, Geo. Edwards 1751 

L 



74 Mi/ctllanin, 

{ /^i65i Adventuresof Alexander the Corrc£lor 17^4 

i ] i65z}Advertirement» refpeding the Regulation of M* 

^^.( V femblies ' 171 5 

i l653^Aikin's Poems, Mifcellaceous Pieces in Profe, 

\ and Devotional Pieces ■ 1773 

■ ^1654. Alciphron's Epillles • 1791 

J? J65 5 Allen's Defence of Englifti Catholiques 1584 
^i x6s6 Almanacks and Court Regifters (i j) 
'Al 1657 Alwyn, or the Gentleman Comedian, t vol. 

, . »78o 

V 1658 ArobafTador (The) 160^ 

^ '659 Amicable Quixote, 4 vol. — — 1788 

I ^ 6 '660 Amufements, Serious and Comical, or a New 

. CoileiStion of Bons-Mots '7'9 

' S' uxd^x Andrews (John) on the Manners, Tafte, and 
Amufements of the two laft Centuries in Eng- 
land —— 178* 

I ^ i66z ■ ! ■ ■ iht 

\ [^1663 Anal^'fisof the Duties of Social Life 

T /!' 1664 Annet (Peter) on Free Thinking 1739 

WO (^l66<i Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius) Meditationi, % 

▼ol. — — Glaf, 1764 

/ 1666 Argyle's Inftruftions to his Son Glaf, 174} 

' S 1667 Art of Wheedling, or Proteus Redivivus 1675 

/ ^j6b8 — Memory, by D'Affigny,/«»/. 1706 

Si ^sf)6g •• • ' ' Cuckoldom, or the Intrigues of the City 

I Wives !■ ■ ■ 1697 

j ^f 1670 Artificial Beauty (Difconrfe of) <— i66z 

J\{^i6yi _— fnni. i6, 

; ^ 167a Afchami (Rogeri)Epiftola I59« 

I / 1673) Affociation Papers, 2 Parts — — 1793 

'^16741 '*. 

/ 1675* Aftell (Mrs.) Eflay in Defence of the Female 

I ^e%, portraits — - 1696 

^ ! /^ 1676 Atalantis (New) 4 vols. 1720 

• /2^6 *^77 Atterbury (Francis) Epiftolary Correfpondence, 

4 vols. — — 1783 

/ 1678 Aubrey (J.) Mifcellanies 1714 

5 1679 I?" 

^\ 6 i68o Auften (W.^ Hac Homo, front, with fortrait 



/ 



Mi/ctllaniet* f^ 

i68i Bacon (Fr.) Wifdome of the Ancients, 1619, 
Father's Bleffing. Hifpanua Reformatus 1621 

»6B% Effaies, 1598. Corne — ■ Wallys 

> Effayea — — 1600 

/^ 1683 •-^— — . 1619 

1684. ^ — — i6iz 

^1685 Bachelor of Salamanca« by Lockman) r«/i 1737 

^1686 Baker (Thos.) on Learning — — 170S 

_ 1687 Balzac (Lettrca de) — — 1656 

^1688 Bank Note (Adventures of a) 4 vols, in 2 1771 

1689 Baretti (Jofeph) Tolondron — 1786 

^1690 Barnes (Jofliua) Good OldCaufe 17OJ 

ri^i69i Batchclor (Effays from the) 3 vols, Duiliti 1772 

/ \^i6gt Baudwin (Wm.) Moral Philofophy, 6. /, 1579 

^1693 Bazilikon Doron — — — — 1603 

/l 1694 Beau Philofopher 1751 

J ' 1695' Beaumont (Robert) Love's Miffives to Virtue 

J 660 
i696?Beaaties of the Adventurer, Vol. II, 

1697J : — — Hamo and Bolingbroke 178* 

^16981 Beauty (of) 1757 

J699 Beccaria on Crimes and Punifhments 1767 

1700 Bedell's Original Letters 174* 

^1701 Behn (Mrs.) Hiftories and Novels 1700 

^ 1701 BeKham (W.) EfTays, Philofophical and Moral, 

2 vols. *799 



/ 

J 

J 

7 



/6 ^^ 703 Bellum Erafmi, tranflated into Englilh, i.l. i^^^ 
JZ '7°4 ^^"'^^y (Richard) on the Epiftles of Phalaris, 

r. n.1.. ,• f r'777 

/3 <^'7®5 ' ^ i Free-Thmking, ^iVlf ^a-v/f, 

1743 

// 1706 Bentham (Jer.) Panoptican, or the Infpeflion 

Houfe, 3 vols. I * 1791 

V 1 707/ Bentivoglio's Letters ■ • 1701 

6,708) — 1753 

/ ^*709 Berkley (Geo, Monck) Literary Relicks 1789 
\ ^1710 Birch (Sam.) Thoughts on feveral Subjefts 1786 
^ 1711 BifTet's Lives oC the Authors of the Spectator, 

3' X71J Blackwell's Letterson Mytholor^ i74g 

^1713 Blount (Chas.) Mtfcellaneous Works 1695 

/ . 1714 — (Sir Thos. Pope) Eflays 169a 

_ il^ 17»5 — ■! i> 



4i& 

6, 



/ 



6 i/rt/ <w</ 5f/«^«.— Quarto. 

716 Blundeville (Thos.) of Councils and Coanfellors, 

///// nuauting 

717 loayftuau (Peter) Thcatrum Mundi, i. L tiiU 

nvrott 

718 Boccace's Decameron — 

"yig II ... Z^Vols. /. /. 



720 Boetias Confolation of Phiiofophy 

721 ■' 

72«^Boileau Infernal Obfervator 
723jBolingbroke Spirit of Patriotifm 
724. on Parties - 



1741 
1804 

ib, 
1684 

»775 
«749 
i76t 



,^ 



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Xvi^. 



7«5 Bolton's Letters and Tracts ■■ ■ 

726 ■■■■ (Robt.) Charter of Trinity College, 
Dublin 1753 

727 Boke of Wifdome, called the Flower of Virtue, 
tranflated by John Larke, ^. /. is6$ 

728 Bonafus Vapulans ■ — — 167Z 
7X9)Boothby (Brooke) Obfervations on the Appeal 

V from New to the Old Whigs 1791 

73Q)Bofton Orations ■ Bojlon 

731 Botero (John) Caufe of the Greatnefle of Cities, 

163c 

732 Bouhours Art of Logick and Rhetorick 1728 

733; — Criticifm 1705 

73^Boulainvilla:villiers Hiftory of the Parliaments of 

^ France, 2 vols. 1739 

1735 Boyle (Chas.) againft Bentley's Diflertations on 
Phalarb — - — ^ 1745 

ArU and Sciences^ 
QUARTO. 

1736 Taxation (Principles of) — - 179© 
'737 I'^cs and Contributions (a Treatife ofj 1667 
1738 ' (Theory of) and Elentents of Commerce 

^ 1759 Taylor (John) Drink and Welcoine, or Hiftorie 

of Drinks - — 1637 

I I Marmor Sandvicenfe Cant, 1743 

Tracts, (on Trade) by Trevers, 1677. Defence 
of TradCi in s Lettrr to Sir Thomas Smith, 
1615. Againd the high RateofUfarie, 1641. 
Culpcper on Ufury, 1668. Child on Trade, 
1668. Manley on the Exportation of WooU*. 



1740)- 



Arts andStiencti»'^<^ztio* 77 

1877. Do. Ufury at 16 per Cent, examine J, 
1669, ^^^ ^ other 
1741 Trails, on Com, by Mark Noble, 1730. Arck- 
bifhop Sharpcj 17^5. By Sit John Barnard, 
Wm. Shirley, and Sir Wm. Browne, 1771- 
Lord Mattoa on Goid 'Coin, 1775* Bound 
together 
1743 ■ - onthcHague, by Jlrownrigg, 1771. Or- 

ders for Stay of further Increafe of Ditto, b. i, 

/S '744 ■" Medical, viz. The Anatomies of the 

Tr«e Phyfition, 160a. Prelages of Divine 
'Hippocrates^ 1611. Jordan on Natural 
Bathes, 1631. Pulley on Animal Impregna- 
tian» 1801. Catalogue Medicorum, Argent, 
viio, Madan on the Waters of Tuubridge. 
1637, and five other 

viz, AlUologtcal Speculation of the late 

Prodigy, or Comet, by Thomas Jones, i68i, 
FredifUons out of Partridge*s Almanack, i688« 
The Bloody Almanack, 1655. Ufa of Agro- 
nomy — 1764 

■ viz. Jacob on Broad Wheels. Lefture 

on Perpetual Motion, 177 1 . Meafuremeut of 
a Degree of Longitude aad Latitude under 
the Tropic, 1796; and eight other fingle 
Traas. 

I viz. Hufbandrie in Brabant and Flan- 

ders, 165*. Digby on the Vegetation of 
Plants, 1669. Ellis on Seeds and Plants, 
1770. Gordon on the Ufe of Cudbear, Haf- 
fal's View of Agriculture of Carmarthen, 1794. 
Eflay on the iiituation of Gardens, 1774,; 
and three other fingle Traci>i. 

' ■ on Coin.&c. viz. Ca;alog«c-of Coins of 
Canute, 1777. MontSj^ue ^u aai Antique 
Bull at Turin, 1763. DijPTertatio de Monu- 
mentis Romanis in Britannia parte, Edin* 
^750. Nixon Manner Etoniaiuvm, 1744. 
Vindication of the Apamcan Medet, 1775. 
Afliby on a Coin of Ner\'a» «774» and -three 
other. 



>745 



/ «746 



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1747 



<^i ^748 



3 . r. 



7? Mi/ctUanieK 

y^i749 Trade from Great Britain to Afiica, by a Mer^ 
chant, 1773. ■ ' (Difcourfes on) 1691 

^1750 Tyfon (Edward) Anatomy of a Pygmie, cuts 169^ 
1751 Vergillii (Polydori) dc Inventoribus Reruro 

ArginU 15IZ 
, ^ 1752 Vertue's Anecdotei of Paintingj by Walpole, 

I Additions to, 3 //<}//# 

^ <^»753 ■ Account of PiAuret, Hen. VII. &c. 

/ (^*754 Vulcanos, or Burning and Fire-vomiting Moun- 

\ tains, plati — i66g 

! /:/ 1755 Watte (John) on Draining the Fens, /Aw 

I i756)Webb (Phil. Cart.) Account of a Copper Table, 

X\^ \ P^*" "~~ *7^ 

i757)Wedgwood (JoCah) Defcription of the Portland 

, ^ Vafe 1790 

1758 Wheeler (John) on Commerce, 1601. Difcourfe 
on Trade to the Eaft Indies, 1621. Circle of 
Commerce, 1623. Malynes Centre of the 

Circle of Commerce 1 6*3 

i759jWhitworth (Sir Charles) Abftraft of the Sinking 

( Fund 1764 

i76o^Williamj, Madge, and Dalby's Trigonometrical 

^ Survey in 1791,2, 3, 4, //«/« 

^1761 Wilfon (Thomas) Art of Rhetorike, h. I. J584 

J762 Wotton (Henry) Eletnents of Architefture, 1624 

/ 1763 Wydowe's Natural Philofophy — i62t 

1764 Yarranton's Englands Improvement, cuts 1677 

1765 ' — »*. 



r 



.2 

Mi/cellanies, 

^ I ^ J 766 Achitophel, or the Pifture of a Wicked Politician 
I ^^ 1767 Alter and Idim, a new Review 1794 

^^^;^^ 1768 Archaeologia, orMifcellaneousTradlsrelatrveto 
j Antiquity, i; vols, with the Wardrobe Ac- 

! count of Edward I. and Ordinances of the 

* Royal Houlholde, 2 vols, in all 17 vols, tmeat 

j I 1779— >i 806 

e^^ 1769 Afcham (Roger) Engliih Works, by James Ben- 
net 
f] 1770 Afiatick Mifcellany, Vol. I. Calmta i7«t 



J^(f,/f - 



^ 



V* 



Afi/f^//fl«fV/.— Folio. 



79 



>774 

/^ 177? 
/ .1776 



J 1771 ASemhly Mzn, portrait i68t 

/^ 1772 Bacon (Francis Lord) Eflayes LonJ. i6zx 

I 2^^*773 Baldcflar (Count) the Courtier, tranjlated hj 

. Hobby ■ • 160J 

T^ 1774 Barckley (Sir Richard) Difcourfc of the Felicitie 

of Man Land, 1598 

Seattle (James) Effiya, portrait Edin. 1776 

fielgicke Piftnire dinging the Slothful Sleeper, 
and awakening the Diligent 1622 

/f ^*T?'! Bentham (Jeremy) Introdu^ion to the Principles 
i of Morals and Legiflation — 1789 

/^ 6ji'jZ Berkeley (Mrs. Jane) and Sir William Killegrew 
' — Account of their Combinations 

>^ /^ 6^^^q Blacke Booke Lend. 1604 

7/2' « 780 Black Dog of Newgate (the Difcovery of a 

London Monfter called the) /rontifpiecct very 

fearce — — • 1611 

/ \*]%x Bower (Archibald) Appendix of the Controverfy 

between the Papifts and the Author 
/J 1782 Bowyer (Will.) Mifcellaneous Traas, by J. 

Nicholls ■ Land. 1785 

f ^1783 Braithwait (Richard) Nurfery for Gentry, yrtf«- 

ti/piece — — Land. 1638 

/ Y/\d i^H Bryflcett (Lod.) Difcourfe of Civil Life, elegant in 
merocco, rare ■-' ■ Lond, i6o5 



^ 



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FOLIO. 

1785 Burghley (William Cecil) Colleftion of State 

Papers, % vols. Lond, 1759 

1786 Burnet (Gilbert) Memoirs of the Dukes of Ha- 

milton and Caflle Hefald,/«»-/rar/' Loud, 1677 
.1787) Burton (Will) Commentary on Antoninus 
6 \ Lond. 1658 

1788J Cabala, or Myfteries of State Lond. \ 66 ■i 

1789 Cambride (Trafts relating to) — a Step to Stir- 
bitch Fair, 1700. Cambridge, a Poem, Terra: 
Filius, and the ^Scrutator 

J 790 Carew (George) Fraud and Violence difcoTered 
and deteded Lond» itbz 

#791 »- Fraud and Opprcffion detected 



and arrayned 



Lond, 1676 



Bo 



Mifctllatutt,m^OSLzvo, 



79a Carte (Tho.) General Hiftory of England, 4. 

vols. »— . — Lon4. 1747 

793 Cbardin (Sir John) Travels into Perfia and the 

Eaft Indies, portrait and plates Lond. 1666 

7^4 Charles (King) the Reign of Land, i6{( 

795 Churchill Ccllcdtion of Voyagti ancl Travols, 

b \oh. platttffini copy — Zoxu/. 1744 

796 Clafendon (Edward Earl of) Cdleflion of Tra^s» 

Land, 1747 

797 Clarke (James) Survey of the Lakea* maps 1789 
298 Cleaveland (Ezra) Genealogical Hiftory of the 

Family of Courtenay Land* 1735 

799 Coke (Sir Edwardj Cooimentary on Littleton, 

portrait Lond, j6af 

800 ■ ' ■ . I 

by Hargrave and Butler 1775 

801 



— ■ Inftitutes Third and Fourth 

Vart, portrait 1669 

80Z Cole (Chriftian) Memoirs of Affairs of State, 

/. /. — — Load, 1733 

803 Collins (Arthur) Precedents lond. 1734 

804)Comniiiies (Philip de) Hiftory ii, 1601 

8o5)Cotton (Charles) Life of Duke of Efpernon, 



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Lond, 1670 



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J 806 "ORADLEY (Thomas) Appeal to Casfar 

Jo V / rr YorhlSbx 

1807 Bright (T.) on Melancholy — 1586 

/ 1808 Briton (The) — 1724 

1809 Brooke's Juliet Grcnville, 3 vol- 1774 



./': 



J- }^io Brown (H.) Map of the Microcofme 1642 

^ 181 1 — i — ii, 

/ 1812 (Thos.) Dialogues — 1704 

«8i3)Browne Ellimate of the Manners and Principle« 

^ T of the Times, 2 vols. — 1760 

' 1814./ ■-» in I vol. with Defence of Ditto 

i »758 

^J 1815 Thoughts on Civil Liberty 1765 

:^\ i8i6 — — Eflays on Charafterifticks 1751 

jM <^ 1817 Bruyere*s Works, 2 vols. — »7i3 

/] ^]8i8 Bucer on the Apparel of Minifters, i, i. tnorecco, 
gilt leaves 
^1819 BudgelPs Letter to Cleomes,^o«r, 
^1820 —Liberty and Property 1731 

:2 z 82 1 Buoni(Tho.} Problems of Beautie 1606 

y-^^ i8»2 Burgh's Political Difquifitions, 3 vols. 1774 

^^ 6\%t^ Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, 2 voh. l.p, 

1800 
/ 1824 Buckingham (George Duke of) Works, 2 vols. 

I y '704- 

^^^1825 Buncle (John) Junior, 2 vols 1778 

j\ /i8z6 Burke on the Sublime and Beautiful 1770 

1827 Calves Head Club (fecretHiftory of) 1705 

1828 Camilla, 5 vols. — — — 1796 
^1829 Campbell (Archibald) on the Origin of Moral 

Virtue » ■ 1733 

1830 — (John) Rational Amufement 1754. 

i>i 1831 Campaign, 2 vols. — — ^759 

, ^1832 Camus Loving Enemy, englifhed by Wright i6fO 
/fi^ 1833 Canting Academy,/r«!r/, — . 1674. 

1834 ■ Di^ionary 

^183^ Captive Captain, or the Reftrained Cavalier * 

.^^1836 Card, 2 vols 1755 

^ / 1837 Carlenca's Hiftory of the Belles Lettres 1740 

•^,^1838 Carpenter (Richard) Experience, Hiftorie, and 

Divinitie -— — — ; — 164a 

/ 1839 Cafaubon (Meric) of Credulity ' i668 

>(^l840 Cafaux (Marquis de) on the Mechanifm of So- 

, cieties -^ 1786 

'■^1841 Caftlemain (Earl of) Manifefto 1681 

^1842 Catefby's Letters — — 1764 

^ ^1843 Cato's Letters, 4 vols 1755 





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'^ 1560 

/ 1845 Ceres (CoIoH'al Statue of) TeAimonies of 

Cam, 1803 

^1846 Certainc ferious Thoughts in Verfe, and Cbro- 

nologicall Catalogue, /ron/. by Marihall 1647 

^1847 Chaml^rlain (Robert) Nofturnall Lucubrations 

1638 
^ 1848 Champion, 2 vols. — - 1741 
^1849 Chambre Knowledge of Beafts 1657 
^i8j;o — '- Art to know Men, tranflated by Da- 
vies, /««/. — — 1665 

1851 Chapone (Mrs.) Mifcellanies 177? 

/ ^ ^^5» " 0° ^^ Improvement of the 

Mind, a vols. 1773 

±, ^1853 Charaflerof a Whig./rtfjir/. 1709. Pitto of a 

Diflenter — 1715 

j 0> 1854 Charafterifticks of Great Britain 1 758 

/^ 1855 Chefterfield's Letters, 4 vols. — — 1774 

♦^1856 Art of Plcafing — 1783 

/^ViSjS Chryfal,4Vols. — — i;68 

rT 1859 Cicero Three Bokes of Dnties to Marcus hit 

I Sonne, turned out of Latine into EngliOi by 

Nicholas Grimalde, ^./. — — '556 

J- J 860 — .— — — , h, /. 1596 

1861 — — — Treatifc on Old Age ■ '744 

1862; Prince, by T. R. 1668 

1863) ih» 

/ ^186 J— —— ib, 

/t 1865 ■■ on the Complete Orator, with Notes by 
Barnes —' • • — — 176a 

'/^ i866 — — Letters by Mclmoth, 3 vols. 5th edit. 
/i7 1867 ■ ■ o« Old Age and Friendihip, by Ditto, 

2 vols. — — 1773 — 7 

/y /^3 868 ■■ of the Nature oi the Gods, by Franck- 

lin — — — — 1775 

f\ 1869 — ^ — Epiftlesto AtticDS, 2 vols. 175a 

'' 1870 City Remembrancer, 2 vob. in i '769 

1871 Clarke (James Stanier) Naufragia, or Hiilorical 

Memoirs of Shipwrecks, 2 vols. 1806 

1871 Cleland Surprize of Love - ■ ■ 176$ 

_ jf 4 '873 Clio, or a Difcourfe onTafte J767 



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/ ^ 2874 Clio, or a fecret Hiftory ojf the Life and Amonrs 
of Mrs. Sanfom 
1875/Clifford on Humane Reafon 1675 

i876)Cockborn (Catherine) Works, a vols. 1751 

1877 Collier (Joel) Mufical Travels through England 

1785 

^ 1 y 18787 ~ (Arthur) Clavis Univcrfalis 1 71 j 

•^'*^ 1879J Collins on Freethinking — — 1713 

18 So ■ i I and Bentley on Ditto 1 713—43 

^1881 (Ruth) Friendly Writer, portrait 

/ 1882 Colman (Geo.) Works, 3 vols. 1787 

j 1^1883 Common-PkccBooks (Method of making) 1706 

/ 1884 — Seofs, 2 fols. 1739 

-^ 1885 Comparative Difplay of the Opinions of Britiih 

Writers on the Subjeft of the French Revola- 

I tion, 2 vols, I 1793 

/(^ 1886 Comte de Gabalis JmJ}, 171 5 

188; Concannon (Matt.) Speculatift 1730 

^ 1 888 Confucius (Morals of) 1724 

^ 1889 Congreve, Love and Duty reconciled 1713 

- 1890 Connoifeur, 4 vols. 

^1891 Conftantia, or the DiftrefTed Friend 1770 

1892 Contrail * — — 1765 

^1893 Cooke (Edward) Reprefcntatioji of Naked Breads 
j and Shoulders — — 1678 

^1894 Cooper (Thomas) Reply to Mr. Burke's Invec- 
tive againll Mr. Cooper, &c. MancHfe^er tygz 
1^2895 Cooper** Letters on Tafte -> > 17^^ 

^ 1896 - (Thos.) Trails E\hical, PoKtica!, Sec, 

./i/1897 Correfpondence between Frances Countefs of 
Hartford, and Louila Countefs of Pomfret, 3 

vols, portrait J805 

i/^, 1898 Cornewaleys (Wm.) Effayes ■ 1600 

i/^j^iSgg-' — ' ■ ■ \ i6fo 

^1^1900 '■ — 1632 

Ji igoi Corry (Wm.) on Liberty and Neceffity 1750 
i902]Cotion (Nathaniel) Pieces in Verfe and Profe 

^ [ »79i 

1903^ Country Speftator Gaiujhorough 1793 

S^ ^ i(jO^ — " Converfations '6^4 

J /i 1905 — ■ lb, 

^_^t_j_9o6 • Gentleman's Vade Meciun 1699 



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1907 Courtixans (Charafters of) — lySot 

^ 1908 Coyer Letter to Di, Maty on the Patigonians 

1767 

^1909 Crafifman, 14 vols. - 1^1% 

2910 Crawford (Wm.) Remarks on the late Em of 

Chellerfield's Letters to his Soo 1776 

^1911 Crebillon's Sopha — — 174s 

igi2 — — — . Letters of the Marchionefs dc M*** 

1758 
1913 Criticks (The) being Papers upon the Times 

1719 
^ 1914 Crito, or EfTays on varioas Subjeds, t vol. 1766 
^ 191s; Crumpe (Samuel) on the beft Means of provid- 
ing Employment for the People 1795 
^1916 Cumberland's Gloflarf, 1788, and View of the 
Lancaihire Dialed 
igi7 — Obferver, 6 vols. 1798 
^»9i8 ■ I Arundell, z vols. 1789 

^1919 —— Henry, 4 vols. 1795 

1920 D'Alembert's Mifcellaneous Pieces 1764 

^jgti ————— Account of the Deftruftion of 

Jefuits in France — — 1760 

1922 . feleA Eulogies on Members of the 

French Academy, a vols. ■ *799 

i9a3)D'Argen8 Lettres Morales Afftft, 1750 

i9a4|.i Ocellus Lucaniu, Gt« et Fr. 

Utrtcbt I J Si 

{jigti D'Argenfon*s EfTays — — 1789 

1926 Davies(John) Epidletus Junior 1760 

^1927 — — — (Thos.) Mifcellaneous and Fugitive 

Pieces, Vol. III. 1774 

J 928 Daunccy (John) EngliDi Lovers, a Romance 
2939)Dawes* Fugitive Pieces, titJe nuantimg 
1930) Defence of the Female Sex 
193 1 De Foe (Daniel) fecret Hiilory of the White 
Staff —— — — 1714 

jQjt — Great Law of Subordination, 

i7«4 
' ■■ Memoirs of a Cavalier 
— , iB. 



»935 
»934 
^>93S 



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Ufe and Abufe of the Maniage 
— 8727 



f ^ 1936 De Foe (Daniel) Political Hiftory of the Devil 

xi 1726 

^1937 -— — Life of Dunoan Campbell 

1938 — Tour through Great Britain. 

> 3 vols ,^ 

^ 1939 ■— — Plan of EngUm Commerce, 

'730 

1940 — _— Minutes of Mefnager Nego- 

ciations - ,«,- 

^ 1941) Jure Dtvino 1706 

^94»J '■ — Storm, or Colleftion of Cafu- 



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"'943 " " — Ccnfolidator 1705 

•944 — Complete Eflglifh Tradefraan, 

2 vols. 

- -, ^.5 — . Religious CourtQiip i7q7 

^ ^1946 -. ■ Effay on Projefts i6q4 

4 <^ 1947 " Hiftory of Addreffes i-rrtA 



a . 172T 

i / !?*A """—•— Religious CourtQiip 

^ - 1948 — — Appeal to Honour and Juftice, 

or Account of his Life, with MS. mdHtiwt k* 
Mn Reed ^ 

^1949 ■■ ^ ■ Life of, in a Dialogue between. 

him, Robinfon Crufoe, and his Man Friday, 

1710 

I9J0 I Moll Flanders ,72^ 

^1951 — — _ Hiftory of Roxana 17,^ 

19J2 -^ CoUJaque 1724 

^1953 — Robinfon Crufoe, 

2d part, 17 19. Serious Refleftions in Life of 

Ditto . ,720 

(r 1954 ■ (Writings of) colle£ied, Vol. IL 

^1955 De Laune's Plea for the Nonconforroifts 17 is 

QUARTO. 

^ 6^S%^ Capitulations and Articles of Peace betweenc 
the King of England and the Sultan of the 
^ y ' Ottoman Empire CtHftantimpU iet% 

^ 6 1957 Cafa (j. D.) Galateo, b, I. ,576 

J^J 1958 Cafe (The) is altered. How ? Ask© Dalio and 



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1959 Caflilio (Baldeflar) Courtier, engllihed by Hcb^ 

by.i. /. 1508 

6 i960 Catalogus Caotabngienfis, Gradual 1787 

1961 Catterpillars of this Nation Anatomb.ed, in a 
Difcovery of Houfe-Breakers, Pick* Pockets, 
&c. — — — — 1659 

1962 Ceremonies us'd in the Time of Henry VII. for 
healing the King's Evil Loud. 1686 

/j 1963 Cervaotes (Michael) Hillory of Don Quixotte^ 
2 vols, by Thomas Shelton 16x0 



1964 
1965 



2 vols. 



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-20 



by T. Smollett, 2 vol. flatn after Hajmax tnd 

Cejpti, Dtfignt hy Griguion Pieart, and Tiuo 

original Letters of Dr. and Anne Smollett 1755 

1966 Chailfanion (John) Merchandifes of Popiih 

Priefts 1629 

^ J967 Charon (Peter) of Wifdome, by S. Lennard 

1640 
// 1968 Chefterfield (Philip Dormer Stanhope) Mifcella-i 
neous Works, z vol. portraits 1778 
yj »969 Choife of Change, containing the Triplicitic of 
I Diviniiie, Philofophie, and Poetric 1^98 
J? 6 >970 Cibber (Colley) Charaftcr and Conduft of Ci- 
cero 174.7 

/) 1971 Cicero 'Cato Major. Philadelphia, printed and 
/old by B. Franklin ■ ■ '744 

S\ -^1972 — — 1744 

/, 6 *973 Clarendon (Bdward Earl of> View of Leviathaa 

I OxoH, 1676 

/2i J 974 Cleland (James) Inftitation of a Young Noble- 

j man Oxford 1607 

//^ ^ >97$ Coach and Sedan pleafantly difputing for Place 

and Precedence, the Brewer's Cart being Mo- 

1 Ae.xziox,frontifpieee ——— 1630 

/ 1976 CoUignon (Charles) Mifcellaneous Works 

I . Cambridgt 1786 

I ^ ^ 1977 Contre-league, and Anfwers to ceitaine Letters 

I j fent to the Maifters of Renes 1589 

\ /J \ X978 Court Career, Death ihadow'd to Life, or Sha- 

/^T//. /! dowes of Life and Death, a pafqail Dialogue 

1659 



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^ /j *979 Corbet (John) the Ungirding of the Scottiih 

Armour Duilin iS^g 

/^, 1980 Court of Good Counfell, i, /. 1607 

/ / 1981 Cupid's Meflenger, or a trufty Friend ftored 

with fundry Sorts of Amorous Letters^ 6. i, 

frontifpitce 
2 1982 Dallas (R. C.) Mi feel Ian ecus Works 1797 

\S 1983 Dekker (Thos.) Knight's Conjuring done in 

earneft and difcovered in Jeft, printed by T, C. 

^— — — Wonderful Yearc 160?, where- 



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of the Plague, b. I. printed by Thos. Creede 
V ma^^nificenc Entertainment 



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X988 



given to King James, Queen Anne his Wife, 
and Henry Frederick the Prince, on the Day 
of his paifage from the Tower through Lon- 
don, 1603. Impd, by T. C. 1604. 
— — ' ■' ■ Seven deadly Sinnes of Lon- 
don, b. /. ■■ ■ 1606 



Newes from Hell, Ijrought by 
the Di veils Carrier — — 1606 

O per fe O, or a new Cryer of 



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^v, '990 



Lanthorne and Caudle-Lights 

Printed for yobn Bufiie 1 6 1 x 
■ ■ . .- Rod for Run-awayes, with the 

Run-awayes Anfwer, curious front, 1615 

Englifli Villanies feven feveral 



Times preft to Death by the Printers, b» /, 

I Printed by M. Par/ons i6i% 

f 199 1 Devil's Cabinet broke open, or a new Difcovery 

! I of the Highway Thieves 1658 

\7/j '99* Devil to pay at St, James's, or Account of a 

^ horrid and bloody . Battle between Madam 

Fauftina and Madam Cuzzoni, &c. 1727 

V< V 1993 Dibdin's Mufical Tour Sheffield 1788 

^ ^^ '994 Dickenfon (John) Arifbas, Euphries amidft his 

SlumberSj'or Cupid's Journey to Hell, b, A 

" 594 

2 6 1995 Dilfenter's Sayings m Requital for L'Eftrange 

Sayings — — — — 1681 

' /i 1996 Donne (Jobo) on Self-homicide, &«. 1648 



6 



88 Mi/etllanieK^¥o\\o, 

^j^f997 Donne (John) Letters, portrait iy Lomhart 1651 
i <^I998 Dove (Caleb) Birds of a Feather flock togethur 
//i '999 DugdaJe (Gilbert) Difcoiirfe of the Practices of 
Elizabeth Caldwall, &c. b. /. 1604 

x[^20«o Dutton (John) Farewell to Temple-Bar 1694 
//] 300J Erafmus Praife of Folic, engliHie^l by Sir The*. 

Chaloner, ^. /. 1549 

^ aoo2 E/Tay on Woman, with Kedgell's Accoant, 

Wilkes' Anfwer, and fix Trafh 

'^ ^2003 EfTaycs of certaine Paradoxes 1617 

2004 ^^^^ (Earf oO Praftices and Treafons, with the 

very Con f effio n s — — j 60 1 

^2005 Filmer (Sir Robert) on Government 165* 

aoo6 Falconer (Wm.) 011 Climate, Situation, Popula- 

tion, &c. 

/^ 2007 Fleorde Luce, ^. /. ■ « ij;93 

/ aoo8 Fofter (Wm.) to wipe away the Weapon-Salvc 

1651 

FOLIO. 

M09 Cox (Richard) Hiftory of Ireland, portfaits 

Lottd» i6?9 

J /ftoio Cragii (Thomaj) Ju« Feudale,/er/ra// 173Z 

/ 10' I Craig (Sir Tho.) Right of Succeffion Lomd. 1703 

I (p'(^ aoK Cunningham (T.) New Law Diftionary, 2 yol». 

Lond, 1764 

J'^ aoi3 Daniel (Sam.)»ColIeftion of the Hiftory of Eng- 

laml, 1626. TruHell's Continuation to Ditto 

1691 
aoi4 Dart (John) HiAory and Antiquities of St. 
Peter's, Weftminftcr, 2 vols. //«/« 1723 

S015 Davila (H, C.) Hil^ory of the Civil Wars 

Lond. 1678 
/3/i*o\b Dee (Or. John) General and Rare Memoriaia 
pertayning to the perfefl Arte of Navigation. 
j ; Annexed to the Paradoxal Cumpas, in PJayne, 

I now firft pubJifhed, 24 years after the firft. 

i invention thereof, luith curious engravtd /ron- 

^ i I ti/pitce, printtd at London hy John Daje. See 

"/^ y. ^ Belat't 4ntcdottt tf Lateraiurtt Vol. H, p. 263 

1577 



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(^ \ • - 2017 DIdiionary (Generah) lo'vol, 1741, hoards, uncut 
y/ 20r8 Druoimond (William) of Haw^hornden, Work*, 

peri rait ■ ^din, i-j 11 

/| 2019 (Alexander) TraTvels, plater, uncut 

Land. 1754 
/ / 2020 Ducarel (And. Cotte) Anglo Norman Antiqui- 
ties, confidered in a Tour through Normandy, 
additional plates and portrait Lend, l'}^^ 

^ y^ t08i Dugdale (Sir William) Monafticon Anglicanura, 
plates by Hollar, vol. 1, a fine copy Lond, 165$ 



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Mifcellanies, 

OCTAVO. 

2oa»/T>ELAMER (Lord) Works 1694 



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2oa» ( T>ELAMER (Lord) Wo 
/; 2013) ■■-^ Delany on Polygamy 

i ^ao24 Democrat, Vol. I. ■ — — 1796 

J ! S20ts Oemofthenes, engUflied by feveral Handf 1702 

J ^ 3026 Dennis's Letters ■ 1721 

;/ 2027 Deflandes Dying Merrily ■ ' n h 1745 
i 1028) Devil upon Crutches in England 

j Ij 2029' Dialogues of the Dead with the Living 1 779 

iojoj Diderot (James) the Fatalift, 3 vol. '797 
& 3031 Difcovery of-a New World, or a Defcription of 
the South Indies, hetherto unknowoe 

/ 0032 Divorce (Cafes of) for feveral Caufes 1735 

^ 2033 Donne (John) Ignatius his Conclave 1634 
^ 2034 Dodd (William) Works, Vol. II. 

\f 2035 Dodflcy's Fugitive Pieces, 2 vol, 1761 

j^ 20j6 ' ■ Trifler, 2 vol. /or/ra// 1745 



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jo37^Drapier's Letters 175O 

2038JDreamer (The) — — 1754 

-2039 Drunkennefs fthe Praifc of)/ro»/4^wr 1723 

^ 2Q40 Dryden (John) Mifcellaneous Works, 4 vol, /»/- 

frtfr/* N . ■ ■■ 1760 

3041 — -f ,^K r ■ edited by 

Malone,4 vol. — — .— 1800 



J^ 4042 Dublo's Manners of the pfcfent Age, % vol. 
! ^2043 Du Bois (Dorothea) Theodore, 2 vol. %'}^o 

3\ 2044 ■ (Edward) St. Godwin — 1800 

/j 2045 ■ Old Nick, 3 vol. 1803 

/ki ^1046 Du Boson Poeiry, Painting and Mufic, by Nu- 

I gent, 3 vol. 1748 

/| ao47 Duigenan (Patrick) Lachryma Acadeipicai 

Dublin iTTj 
/2048^Duncan (Alexander) Mifcellaneous Eflays 1799 

"'204gJ (William) Logick 1752 

/ 8050 Dunton (John) New Projefls — — 1710 

-2 2051 I portrait ib. 

/ ^2052 — — — . Dublin Scuffle ■ 1699 

^ 2053 Donton's Whipping Poft, or a Satyr upon Every 

Body ' 1706 

^ 2054 Eachard (John) Works, 3 vol. » 1773 

j\ 2055 Eaton Chronicle, or the Salt Box 

^ 20(6 Edwards (Thomas) Canons of Criticifm 1758 
^^057 Eleanora, from the Sorrows-of Werter, 2 vol. 

1785 
J? <^ao58 Elegant Epidles « 1 ■ »■ . ■ 1790 

-^ 2059 Extra As 

^2o6q EIphiDdou (James) Animadver/ions upon £Ie<> 

mente of Criticifm i77r 

/ ^io6i ' ■ .. Forcy Years Gorrefpon- 

dence, 6 vol* — • — — 1791 

1^ 2062 England's Vanity, or the Voice of God J^Sj 

/ ^2063 Englifliman. — «— _— 1714 

^ ^ 2064 Ephe/ian and Cirameri«n Matrons 1688 

1 ^2065 Epiftetus Manoel — G/a/geiv ij^C 

/ 2c66 Erailus Senior fcholaflically demonflrating thofe 

Bifhops in England no Bifiiops 1662 

. 2067 )jE fop's Fables — — — — 1647 

^ 20*8(Lffay in Defence of the Female Sex 1696 

2069/—— on Publif Credit — 1784 



w, 3 *- 



li070)Eflay» critical and curious, on Learning 169S 
ao7i)Effay8, Moral, Philofophica!, and Political 1771 

tOlt) ■ ■ ' ' ■ and Political, z vol, 1742 

107^.-. ■ ■ — Philofophicai 1734 

2074)— —» and Letters ■ 1739 

go75> " ' no date 

2076}*——' &Ie£t from the Encyclopedy 17 7« 

/t077 Effex ^John) Young Ladies Conduft 1722 

2078 Evan« (John) Sketch of the Denomination of the 

Chriftian World j8oi 

^te79 Evremond (St.) Works, 3 vol. — 1728 

2080) » I ■ . I'll Mifcellaneous Remains 1708 

^2081 j '■ Eflayes 1692 

aoSzJEugenius, or Anecdotes of the Golden Vale 

1786 

OloS^ Exnvoor Scolding 1775 

4^2084 Fables from Guliftan, or the Bed of Rof(?s 1774 
2085 Fabliaux of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Cen- 
turies, by M. Le Grand, Vol. I. 1796 
to86 Falconer's Account of the Proceedings againft 
the Perfon who was (hot in Lincalns Inn 
Garden, (viz.) himfelf — — 1742 
^ 2087 Fannily Biography (Piece of) 3 vol. 1755 
S 2088 Feltham (John) Eogliih Enchiredion Batf^ jjgq 
/ 2089^ Pel ton (Henry) on the Claffics — 1718 
1 ao9<^Fergufon (Adam) on Civil Society 176S 
■ if*i 20gi Ferriat (John) Illuftrations of Sterne 1708 
^^2092 Fielding (Henry) Mifcelianies, Vol. I. i;>43 

/! 2093 ■— - Works, 8 Vol. I76!Z 

/; 2094 (Beauties of) — — 17S2 

2095) Examples of Providence in 

( Murder . 17-2 

2096;Fi5zofborne (Sir Thonrias) Letters on feveral 
Subjecls — ^ — 1- 17^8 

y 2097 ■"' •' - ■ ■ I7J4 

^ <^2098 Fleckno (Richard) Enigmatical Chara^rs 1658 
{^ 2099 Floriao EUelle, by Sufanna Cnnmiyng, 2 vol. 

i7«,8 
^2100 Flowers of Literature for — — igo* 

^2X01 Fontenelle's Dialogues of the Dead, by John 
^ Hughes — ,— Gtajgmu 1754 
^2102 ' ■ I 1708 



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'■> 2103 Fool, 2 vol. — »-^ 1748 

2104 Force of Prejudice, 2 vol. — — 1799 

4 10; Forde (Thomas) Panegyrick on King Charles I. 

i66i< 
2106 Formey M, Principlei of Belles>Lettres 

Gla/gevj 1767 
tio; Fortefcue (Dr.) Difiertations, EfTays, and I>if- 

courfes, t vol. Oxford 1759 

y 2io8)Fragmentb in the Manner of Sterne 1798 

^ 2i09jFranklin (Benjamin) Political, MifcellaneouSy 

and Fhilofophical Pieces — — »779 

2110 Works, 2 voL 

2111 jFreehoider 1759 

21 1 zjFulIer (Thomas) Contemplations 1660 

/ 21 i3)Galateo, or Treatife of Politenefs 1774 

^2ii4jGallick Reports — — . 1737 

^0115; Gaultier (Abbe) Amuilng Converfations 1700 
<^2ii6 paya's Marriage Ceremonies in all the World 

1719 
^3117 Geddes (James) on Compofition Glafgotv 1748 

2118 (Michael) the Council of Trent 1714 

. aiig — _ Trafts, Vol. II, — •— 1714 

2120 ■■■ - againft Popery J715 

2121 Gerard (Alexander) Effay on Genius 1774 

2122 — — ■ — Tafte Edin. 1764 

2123 — — — _ _— .— _ 176^ 

21S4 Genlis. The Duchefs of La Valliere, 2 vol. 

1804 
A 1 25 German Princefs, or Memoirs of Mary Carleton 

1673 

2126 — — — 

portrait — — . — ... ib, 

ai27/German Spy — ~-~— 1738 

2128) — — Spaw, 2 vol. //a/« 1745 

^3129 Geflher's Death of Abel 1763 

1^3130 Gil Bias Corr'.^>,e, 4 torn. » •■■^ 179S 

^2131 GiJdon (CharksJ Letters . — — 1694 

/■ ai.j2^ ' — »■■ no title 

■* at33y " ■. - ■. i'oftmaiv robbed of his Mail 

3134 Gilpip (William) Effay on Prints 1781, 



«»35')GipKantia, or a View of what has palTed, is now 

yj ( paffing, and what will pafs 1761 

4i36)Gleanings, or CoUedion of memorable Paflages 

1651 

^j 2137 Goethe (Barron) Sorrows of Werter, tranflated 

by William Render " — i8or 

/^ ^2138 Goldfmith (Oliver) Mifcellaneous Works, 4 vol. 

*8oi 

Z 3139 — — Effaye 1765 

^^3140 ■ ' 3 vol. 1798 

J 2141 Bee 1759 

. / 2i42)Gooda9an (J.) Winter Evening Conference 1720 
* 2143) Good Things, partly felefted, partly original 

1803 

/ Z144 Gordon (Thomas) Tra6li, 2 vol. 1757 

j 2x45 ^ Three Political Letters to a 

2:/) I Noble Lord — — -— 1711 

2i46|Governraent of thcTongue — — 1674 

2i47/Gray*5 Inn Journal, 2 vol. — 1756 

^ 2148 Groves (Richard) the Afpiring Plebeian 1790 

/ 2149 Greaves (John) Mifcellaueoas Works, 2 vol. 

>737 

^ 3150 Gregory's Comparative View of Man 1766 

/ ^2151 Greyil'le (Fulk) Maxims ■ 1756 

/ *'5* »757 

/ 2153 Grey's Love Letters, 2 vol. — — 1765 

/ ai54 Griffiths (Richard) Pofthumous Works, 2 vol, 
j • 1770 

I ai50' " (Mrs.) Ef&ys to Young Married Wo- 

S^ Y men 1782 

«i 5^ Grofe (Francis) Olio 1793 

/^/^2i57 ' ■ — Guide to Health 1785 

,^ 2158 Grove's Dialogues — 1761 

tr <^2*S9 Grub Street (Memoirs of a Society in) 2 vol. 

, 1737 

^2160 Guide to Domeftic Happinefs — — 1793 

^2161 Guiglelmo, or the Villa of Abuzzo >798 

/ 9162 Gulliver revived — ^ — ■ 1786 

/ 8163 Gulliver's Travels, 2 vol. 1731 

/ 16164 GuITlveriana — • 1738 



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2169 
2170 



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Gallienus Redivivus, or Murther will out 169; 
Gaul tier (Abbe) Method of making Abridge 

ments, 3 parts ■ ■' 1801 

Gerardo the unfortunate Spaniard i6zz 

Gladwin (Francis) on the Rhetoric Profody and 

Rhyme of the Perfians Caltutu i8ok 

Golden Fleece . ■ ■ 



3171 
S172 

2»73 



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EdiH, 

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Greene (Robert) Tullies Love, b. I. 1628 

■ ' Ghoft Hannting Conie-catch- 

ers, 1. 1. * j6o» 

^^ ^ Metamorphofis, b. I. 1617 

— — Farewell to Follic, b. /. 1617 

■ I — Arcadia, or Menaphon 1616 

' - ^-T ■ Never too Late, b. I. difefHiie 
■I I ■ - ~ — I , z parts, b./m 

■ ■— Pandefto, of Triumph of Time 
in the Hiftory of Doraftus and Faania, i» L 

1609 

—. ■' Philomela, the Lady Fitawal- 

ter's Nightingale, b, I, 1^92 



Spanifh Mafquerade. b. /. 1 $89 
Grellman (Heinrick) on the Gipfies, tranflatedby 

Math. Roper — - 1787 

Guard (Theod.) the Simple Cobler of Aggawar 

in America ■ ....—^ '647 

Guazzo ^Stephen) Civile Converfation, h. I. bjr 



'l\ Eaft 
Guevara (Antonie) Familiar Epiftles, b. I, 

Golden Epiftles, b. /. 

Hall (Thomas) Downfall of May-Games 
Hanway (Jonas) Citizen's Monitor 

— — Dereft- of Police 

' Earned Appeal 

— — » — Common Senfe 

Harleian Mifcellany, '^V(\. a fint/tt 



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Library, a Catalogue of Pamphlett 



I $86 
I $82 

158* 
1660 
1780 

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1760 

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/ 1^ ^1194 Hsrvey 0°^") ^^^ ^^^^ Prophecies, l>. I. 1 588 
\/M ^ **9i Helveiius ( ) on the Mind — 1759 

/' 2iQ6-H4ftorical Obfervations on the Parliattient 1648 
2f57 Hiftory of the Gentlemen of the Back-Door Or- 
der, or Vices of the Town Difplaycd 174J 

tigS^Hiftory of the Revolution 1706 

2 rp^ Howard (Hen.) againft the Foyfon of foppofed 

Prophecies, i. /. 1 1583 

^ »«oo Haarte (John) Examination of Men's Wits 1604 

/^ »»oi Hufault{ja(jues) Politicke Difcourfes by Golding 

' , H9S 

^ aaot Jones (William) Speeches^of Iraeus »779 

/^ a 205 Kepple (Jofeph) the Maidenhead loft by Moon- 
Light - '■ > ' - — — . 1672 
^tA /ik — *^+ Kiwg (Wm.) Works, containing the Toaft^ with 
the Key in MS. Templum Libertatis, Epifto* 
Jae objurgatoria. Dv. King's Apology, &c. 

large papery uncut . - '736 

N, B, Tbit Vol, luas never publiflnd, and o*t the 
Death of the Author all the copiet except 60 tuere 
dejlroyed J. R, 

1205 Koran, by George Sale 173J- 

2206 La Primaudaye (Peter de) French Aeademie 

• 1589 

2207 






i6!4. 

/^i «2o8 Letters fConceyted) newly laid open i6i8 

^ 2209 Linche (Rich.) Fountain of Ancient Fiftion 

»599 
/V ^ 22IO Lloide (Lodowicke) Linceus Spe£lacles 1607 
yT 221 1 Locke (John) Works, 4 vol. ^oardi 1768 

/f. 2212 London Chronicle from 1759 to 1772, 26 vol. 
//| - 2*13 Looke on me London, I am an honeft Englifh- 
nian, ripping up the Bowels of Mifchiefe, lark- 
ing in thy Sub-urbs, l>. I. " • 1615 
// /^ 2214 Lupton (Tho.j Too good to ie true, though /oat a 
veive, yet all that I totdejou, Is true I uphold you, 
Nonu ceafi to ajke nuhy, for I cautiot Ije^ b. /. 

'587 

3\ 2215 Maccartney's Letter on the Duel between the 

: the Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mohun 1713 

\ 3216 Magazine (Gen) for November 1747 

7./0 •-- 



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J^t/ctllaniis,'^¥ oWot 



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X2I7 ^Magdalen HoHfe, (Thoughts on) 1758 

2218/Manzime Difcourfes ■ 1655 

^2Zjg Marat. Chains of Slavery. See Note 1774 

2220 Marten (Henry) Letters to his Lady 1663 

2221 I ii» 

^22x2 Martin (Mar.) Prelate, a Dialogue 1640 

2223 Marvel (Andrew) Works, 3 vol. portrait, boards 

1776 

2224 Mathew (Francis) Mediterranean PalTage by Wa. 

ter from London to BriHol, /or/ra/V ofCbarla JI, 
by Heftocks 
^222^ Meeting of Gallants at ait Ordinaire, or the 
Walkes in Powles, b, I. • 1604. 

2226 Memorials (Weekly) for the Ingenious 1683 

2227 Mercurius Aulicus, Academicus, Medicas, &c. 

1643-48 

2228 — — Melancholieas, or Newes from Weft- 

minfter, and other Parts, 59 Numbers i647«8 
2229 •—->—-' Politlcus, Publicus, Intelligencer, 
.*,. » Newes pobliftied for the People, &c. 1656-63 

- Menippeus — — 1682 

- AqUaticus, 1643. Ruilicut* 1634 



2230 
2231 
2232 



Meredith (Sir Wm.) on the Taxation of Free 
States — — — 1778 

3333 Merry-Andrew, or Britilh Harlequin, 4 ^lo. 

1720 

2234 Middleton (Conyers) Mifcellaneous Works, and 

Life of Cicero, 6 vol. large paper^ uniformly 

bound f a fine ccpy^ nuitb/rveral MS, Notts, printed 

Papertf Ltttert, t^c, 

FOLIO. 



^223.5 Echard (Laurence) Hiftory of England 

Land. 1720 

M^6 Enfield (Williaoi) ElFa}' towards the Hiftory of 

I Liverpool, arc^f — t- ff'arringtott 1']j^ 

/\ 2237 Equity (Treatile of) London 1737 

*^i^ 2238 Evelyn (John) Difcoarfe of Medals, piatet 1697 
tf\/0\ - a«39 Fabian Cronicle, b. I. wants title 

Land, printed by John Reynts, 1 5 4 2 



^/v/. 6 



//t 2240 Fidde's (Richard) Life of Cardinal Wolfey, /. /. 

, portrait • Land. 17*4 

^^2141 Fofter (Michael) Reports on Crown Law 

Oxford 1762 

3242 Foxe(John) Afts and Monuments of the Church, 

nuitb nvocd cuts, b, I. 3 vol. — — 1631-31 

^ 2243 France {n.oft remarkable Maflacres of) 1598 

/S 6 2244 Portraits (60) of the Kings of 

/^ 2245 Fuller (Thomas) Church Hiftory of Britain, 

plates* Loud. 1655 

2246 Fumce (Mart.) Hiftory of the troubles of Hunga- 

rie ■ ■■ Lond. 1600 

•2»47 Gage (Thomas) New Survey of the Weft Indias 
I Lond. 1648 

J\ 6 2248 (Jodwyn (Morgan) Annales of Etigland 

Loud. 1630 
/• 2249 Godwin (Francis) de Prasfulibus Anglia: com- 
mentarius, Chan. max. cum effigies ^ fig. 

Cantab. 1743 
8250 Gordon (Alex.) Itinerarium Septentrionale, or 
Journey into Scotland, //ar« Lond. 1727 

3251 Gfimefton (Edward) General Hiftory of the Ne- 
■ ~7T y ■ therlands, continued by W. Cw% fronti/piece 



Eleventh Day's Sale. 

Mifcdlanks. 
OCTAVO; 

lOT 

/ 225» iT^UY (Tho\jia8) Copy of the Will of 1725 
^ 2253 ^*jr Halifax (Marquis of) Mifcelianies 1701 

a2?4) »703 

/ 2255\ •— ib, 

2256^—--^ ' ■ ' 1717 



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2257 Hall (John) Effays — • _ — 1646 

3^58 Hamilton (Eliz.) Memoirs of Modern Philofo- 

phers, 3 vol. , 1801 

2^59 Hanway (Jonas) on the Importance of the Rifing 
Generation, 2 vol. — — — 1767 

————— Propofals for County, Naval, 
and Free Schools — — — — 1783 



^260 
S261 



— Diftributive Juftice, 1781, and 
Account oT the Society for Encouragcnnent of 
Bfitifh Troops, 1760 
2262 Hare (Fr^n.) Works, 4 vol. — — 1746 

^263 Harington (Sir John) A Neio Di/ceurje cf a Stale 
Subjea, cnlUdtht Metamorphosis of Ajajc, 
J 5 96. An Anatomic of the Mctamorphofed 
^ Ajax. Ulyfles upon Ajax, 1596, /flr/r^wV. Sec 

Note by J. Reed 

J* ^ 2264 "^^ . I » . I . — — Nngae Antiquae, 3 vol. 

1779 
2r65 Harral (T.) Scenes of Life, 3 vol. 1705 

«266 Harrifon (Eliz.) Mifcellanies 1756 

2267 Harris (James) 3 Treatifes ■ ■ 1772 

2268/Harwood on Temperance — — 1774 

2269)Hawkins (William) Dramatic Poems, Letters, 

Eflays; &c. 3 vol, — 1758 

2270 Hayiey's Effay on Old Maids, 3 vol. 1786 

2271 ■ i 2 Dialoguss on Lord Chefterfield and 
Dr. Johnfon 1787 

2a72'^Heathcote (Ralph) Juftice of the Peace's Manual 
( 1781 

2275^ 1 1 . - ■ • -Trafts, 1747 to 1763 

22T4 ^ —" Sylva, or the Wood 1786 

2275 ^— 1788 

2276 Henley (Samuel) an Arabian Tale 1786 

2277 Hcwe of Lorenzo, tranflated by Sir J. Skeffing- 
ton ■ ■ 1632 

2278 Heron (Robeit) Letter* on Literature 1785 

2279 Herring (1 homas) Letrers 1777 

a2j:o Heile (And.) Government of all Ellates, b. I. by 

N. Boorman 
2281 Higford (William)- Inftitutiou of a Gentleman, 

2 vol. in I — — ■ 1760 

^282 High German Doitor >■ • ■-« • 1720 



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/ /2i8i Hildrop (John) Mtfcellaneous Works, z vol. 

«754 

«a84)Hill (Abraham) Letters — — 1767 

// atSsJ—- (Aaron) Works. 4 vo!. — 1753 

// ^ai86 Hiftory of Don Quixote, (a Continuation of) 

tranflated by John Steevens, plates 1705 

7 <^2i87 — — Lazarillo de Tormes — 1653 

■^1 3t8g ■■ . 1.1 1 the Gentle Craft — — 1774 

/ 2289 — — FairArgenis 1640 

^2296 Oracles -«»——— 1688 

/ <^229i ■ ■ • ■ - the Marquis de Rofelle, 2 volt 17S6 

? 2292 — — ^ Jack Connor '755 

^ ^2293 Whoring — 1697 

f 3294 — — — -^ Chriftina, Queen of Sweden 1697 

^^ ^29? ■ ■ Lewd Women 1707 

3 2296 — Pamphlets, five Icon Libellorum 1715 

/ ■2 897 — ■- — the Amours of the French Court 

1684 

■2 2298 Pamela, Clarifa, and Grandifon 1756 

jT 2299 '- " — Tom Fool, 2 vol, — 1761 

J ^2300 ■■■■ the Devils of Loiidon 1703 

/ 2301 — — the Amftrath Guttrian '799 

f ^2302 -*— an Atom, 2 vol. — ■ - 174'ji 

42303^ " Ismenia ' , 1736 

3304V ■ ' a Woman of Quality — * 1751 

/ (^^305 — Jonathan Wild, cutf 

^2306^ Hiftorical Sketch of Prerogative 17S3 

2307) Hobbes (Thomas) on Necefljty — , 1677 

,^] 2308 Hogarth (Anecdotes of) by G. S<eeyciis, andj. 
I Nichols — '—' 1781 



^!^ 2309 
2310 



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1782 



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^2311 — — — Expilanation of feveral of his Print?, 

1785, and 3 other relative to Hogarth 

2313 M, lliullrated, by John Ireland, /i^/^/, 3 

voir — — 1798 

iy^j^ 2313 Holland (Sam.) a Romance on Romances i6$o 

I ^<^ 2314 ■ ■■ •- i6. 

[ ^^23 'S Holloway (W.) Baron of Lauderbrooke 180D 



100 



Mi/nlJanitJ»<»0€kivo» 



ytZ23i6 Home (Har.) Elements of Criticifn, a voir 

y . 1769 

<t^a3i7 » a Novel, 5 vol. i8o* 

/ 2318 Hope (John) Thoughts in Profe and Verfe 1780 
^^3319 Horn Exalted, or Roome for Cuckolds 'i66i 

^»320 Home's Letters on Infidelity 

^^2321 Howell (James) Letters 

S\6 2322 Howard (G. E.) Works, 3 voL — 
1^2313 Huet on Romances — — — 

^2324 Hughes (John) Letters^ % vol. 



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^2325 Hull (Thomas) Scle£t Letters, % voL 
^ 2326 Human A£lion (Freedom of) rr— 
^ 2327 Hume ^David) Eflays m .. 

2328 1 1 Diflertations - 

2329 ■■' ' Effays, 2 vol. • 

2330 — — - — — , Edi 

3331 Humours and Converfatioiis of the Town, 1693 



1754- 
1782 
1674a 

17S8 
1791 

•787 

»7S7 
1764 

1742 



J" 



Remarks oa Ditto, 1673. 
on Ditto,. 1673 
^ 2532 Humouriil 1 

2333 r » vol. 

^ 2334 Hunter (Thomas) on Tacitus 
2355 Hurd (Rich.) Dialogues 



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• - Letter to M^fon, 1757J 



Animadverfions 



1763 
1 741 
1752 

»759 
and 



Bowles' Arfwer, 1 766 
— ■ Dialogues, ^ vol. 



^ 2336 

«337 

2338 HutchefoD (Fran.) 1 houghts ot\ Laughter 

2339 ■ — — — on Beauty and Virtue 

2340 Jacobs (Giles) Mirrour ■ ■ 

2341 Jackfon (Willian)) Four Ages . 
2342 Letters — — — 



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2343 James (Thomas) Philofophie of the Stoics 

2344 Jebb (John) Works, 3 voL — — 
^ 2345 Jenyi^s (Soame) on Evil 

^ 2346 ■ — ,^-on theChriftian Religion 



1771 
J7J« 
1738 

»7 33 

1708 

1784 
1598 
1787 

>757 
1776 



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in 3 vol, 

2347 Jenner (Charles) Placid Man, 2 vol. 1773 

^3348 Jewilh Spy, ; vol. 1766 

1349 Indepenaent Whig, 4 vol. 1753 

2350 India Courier, 6 vol. 

155 1 Infpeftor . ^ 1799 



Mi/eelhnut.'-^O&ivo, 



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a352?Intetligencer 



ICI 

>75P 



/] »3?4 Jones (Mary) Mifcellanies 

/]^*3SS (John) Narrative of the. Irilh Rebellion^ 

1.800 



(/^ /«356 Jocabella 

y»^/2357 Johnfon (Robert) Effe.ies — — 



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2358 

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J - ij^pi 

1 ' "* 

^ ^ 2364 



— (Sairiael) Rambler, 4 vol. 
-* Works, Vol. XIV. 






2366/ 



1640 
1 601 

»75» 
1788 
178S 

— (Life ofJ[,,,w:th Johnfoniana 

— (Anecdotes of), by Mrs. Piozzi 

1795 

— Letters, 2 vpl,, 
-- (Beciuties of) — 
-Table Talk — 

Stridlures on Gray 



1786 
1787 
1198 
17^1 



3367) Johnfoniana, Vol. I. I793,,.&c. 

23^68 Johtiilone (James) the Death Song of Lodbrog ' 

I'-, - «782 

i^$^ ■ ;. .- .I. ■ ■■ Reverie, or Plight to the ^a- 

radife of Fooh, « vgl. — »76j 

^ a370 Jortin (John) Tra(Sts, 2 voL — A7g^o 

//J iyli '• — - on Authors, a vol. 1731, and Re- 
marks on Ditto, by Samuel Pegge 1731 
/ / 3372 Julian. (Two Orations of the Emperor) ^793 
/ 6 ajjjjjunius's Letters — — 1770 

/ .4^^ 2374. 1 1 . • ' ■ t\o\, plates — r7g9 

are def- 






2375 Juniper Lefture, wherein all Women 
cribed . 



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1740 
178a 
1721 



2376 Keith (Sir W.) Coliedlion of Papers 
^3377 Kellett (Alexander) Seleftion 
31378 Kelley (James) Scotilh Proverbs 
8379 King (William) Original Work*, 3 vol. «(jr*«» 
gilt lewvei -. ■ '779 

i^jSo Kotzebue ^Auguftus Von) Efcape 1796 

4381 Laconics, or new Maxims of State, &c. 1701 
93,82 Ladies Didionary — — — '^94 

235:3 ■ Mufeum,//a/// 



k 



I ^. a384 Latrobe (B. H.) Anecdotes of Frederick IL 1788 
I'^l ^3385 Lavatet's Effays on Phyfiognoroy abridged, //^/» 



^ 



/» <j^aj86 Lavater's Aphorifms on MsLti, fronii/pitc/ I788 
4' ^^3^7 Lawfon (John) Lcftures on Oratory 4/- 1759 
/ J3 8 8 Lay Monaftery — — .^^ ,yi^ 

^ ^3389 Legal Recreations 2/^ 

^2390 Le Grand's Tales, a vol. — — 1786 

/^a39i of the Minftrels 

^3392 Leifure Hours — Dublin l^6o 

3393 Leland (John) againft Bolingbrokc 1753 

2394 I (Thomas) on Human Eloquence 1765 

j /I 3395 Letters from an Old Man to a Young Prince, j 

vol. i 1759 

y s$q6l Familiar ■ ■■ 1705 

»397j of ThemiHocles, by Lord Mountmorris, 

with Original Letters in MS, 1795 

y 8398 ■ by Hughes, 3 vol. 

y ^ 3399 by Lady Montague, 4 vol. in 2 1^6g 

/ ' 2400 — — — — . 5 vol. 1803 

^ 2401 .-^_ Vol. IlL 

y 2402^ from Orinda to Poliarchus 1729 

34033 and Life of Madam Maintenon, 3 vol. 

1754. 
j7 <:^2404 ■ of a Mameluke, 2 vol. — 1804 

Z405) to and from the Countcs du Barry 1780 

/ ^»4o6(«— — of Pope and Hill 

34077 from the Living to the Living '703 

3408) (Lambert's) to her Son and Daughter 

/ ( 1749 

3409/ — on feveral Occafions, publifeed by Den- 

I nis 1646 

/j ^2410 — — outofMift's Weekly Journal, 4 vol. 1722 

/ 3411 — (Original) fent to the Tatler and Spec- 

j tator, 3 vol. — .— — 172JJ 

— 1/^^2412 between Erflcine and Bofwell 1763 

I 3413 )■ and EfTays —— 1696 

/l^24i4; — of the Marchionefs Pompadour 

I *4'5y from Fog's Weekly Journal, /row/, 1733 

I / ^^2416 — — — (Original) 2 vol. 1755 

/^e4i7 ' (Seleft) 4 vol. .— «'- — 176^ 

j / 2418 from William III, to Charles IL &c. 

I portrait _____ 1704 

J^]_^a4i9 » and Effays, publiihed by Blackbume, 
TrWjT^' 3 vol. « 177+ 



yi/'«420 Letters between St. Evremoqd and Waller, z 

j [ - . vol. — 1769 

/^ 2421 ■ ■ " of Sir John ^dX&diS, fronti/piece i'jc;6 

*! 2422 — of Lady Luxborough to William Shen- 

(lone — • 177? 



QUARTO. 



/34S3) Miles (Mr. A.) Political Mirror for 178a 

^2424) Milton (John) Eikonoklaftes Edit. Baron 1756 

^ 3425 Mifcellaneous Letters, giving an Account of the , 

Works of the Learned -^— 1696 

/r 2416 Montaigne (Effais de) 3 torn. LonJ. 1734 

/ 8427 Monthly Mifcellany, or Memoirs for the Carious 

I '707-8 

^ 2428 • Chronicle, 4 vol. in 2, 1728-31, and 

No. n. for February ;; 1773 

J 242g II. Mifcellany, or Gentleman's Journal, 2 

vol. in 1 ■ 1691.2 

■J 3430 i6. 

/ }f\ «43i — 4 vol. 

I ^ 1691-2-3-4. 

^- 2432 Moon-Shine, or Reftauration of Jews-Trumps 

and Bagpipes 176* 

^! «+33 . '*• 

A fi 2434 Munday (A) Defence of Contrarie^^ 1593 

A 3435 Murder (hellifh) by a French Midwife on her 

Huiband, 1687-S. Murder on the Body of 

a Traveller about 30 Years fince in the Weft 

of England — — 1678 

^ ^2436 Mufes' Mercury, or Monthly Mifcellany 1707 

/f 3437 Mynftiul (Geffry) Characters of a Prifon and 

Prifoners, /ro«/. iviih portrait 1638 

^ 2438 Nafhe (Thomas) Anatomic of Abfurditie, b. I. 

Printed by J. CharUivood -: 5 8g 

J y *439 — — — — < — Pafquill and Marforio ib. 

/ // ^ j^440 ■- Pierce Peoileffe his Supplica- 

~7A/3. ^ tion to the Divell, b. I. 

Printed bj Aitljtffet 1593 



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2446 

2447 

2448 
2449 



Nafhe (Thomas) Pierce Penilefle hU Supplica- 
tion to the Divell, b. /. 

Printed for Nicholas Ling 1595 

■ Have with you to Saffron- Wal- 

den^ or Gabriel Harvey's Hunt is up 1596 
■ wonderful, firange, and mira- 

culous Afirologicall Prognoflication for 1591, 
b. I. • Imprinted by iTbomai Scarlet 

Foore Letters, and certaine 



Sonnets, efpecially touching Robt. Greene 
Imprinted by John Wolfe 
Pierce's Supererogation, or a 



new Prayfe of the old Afle 

Imprinted by John Wolfe 1593 
— New Letter of notable Con- 
tents ■ " ■ ib, 

Returne of die Knight of the 



4 



Polle from Hell, b. I. 

Printed by John Windet 1606 

— — ^— Chrift's Teares over Jerufalem 

"Printed for Thomas Thorpe 1613 
Newes from the New Exchange, or the Com- 
monwealth of Ladies 
London, printed in the Tear of Women •witbimt 
Grace — «■• — — 1650 

Newes from Pamaffus ■ 162a 

Niccholes (Alexander) of Marriage and Wiving 

1620 

Oldifworth's Accompliihed Senator 1735 

Pappe with a Hatchet, alias, a Figge for my 

Godfon, or (racke Me this Nut, title wanting 



2450 
245 » 

2452 
H53 

»4S4 ; 

eompieat 
34J5 Parke's (W.) Curtain-Drawer of the World 

1612 
2456 Parliament of Ladies 



^ 3457* Petrarch Phyficke againft Fortune, by Iwyne, 

cfy.ys: 6 h.i. — — J S79 



2457 Parfons (James) Remains of Japhet 

2458 Pafquine in a Trance, b. /. ■ 

2456* Peathum (Henry) Compleat Gentleman 



1647 
1767 
1584 
1661 



2458* Philpot (Joh:i) Catalogue of the Chancellors of 

England • — — 1636 

34^9 PhilocoLhoniAa, or the Drunkard opened, &c. 

front. 1635 

3460 Plato, tranflated by Spens Gla/goiu 1763 

^j\ 3461 ... .-.—. by Sydenham, viz. Meno, Ri- 

vals, Firft and Second Alcibiades, Dialogues^ 
2 parts. Greater and LefTer Hippias, Ban- 
quet, lo, Differtation on the Dodtrine of 
Heraclitus, OnomafticorwTheologicom, and 

Synopfis ■ " ' 17S9 

/2462 Pliny's Panegyrick?, byStapylton Oxford 16/^^ 
/ /^2463 Political Quacks Advice, with Merry Andrew's 

Packet — — — — 1705 

f 2464 Powell (Thomas) Myfterie of Lending and Bor. 
i rowing — — — 1623 

/; ^2465 (Robert) on the Antiquity of Court Leet 

I 1642 

J 2466 Port-Folio, by Oliver Oldfchool 

Philadelphia 1801 
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1641 
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ptrftS 1548 

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Adelphi Lottery 

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defcribed — — 1671 

2626 Monro (Thomas) Effays - '79© 

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f 1 "743 

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^2632 Philofophy of the Stoicks 1664 

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/{ 2634 — i and Hiftorical Memoirs -*- 1779 

2635 — - Tales, 2 vol. — — 179:7 

2636 Mordaunt (Harry) Modeii Defence of Fublick 
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^! ^^643 ■■ ' ■ Mifcellanies 1762 

!/ 2*644 MuUb (Thomas) CalMhuj, or the Man of 

I Falhion 1768 

I / ^2645 Murdock (John) on the Revolotions of Litera- 
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rcna ■ ■ 1639 

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Robert Le Grys and Thomas May, 1629.— 

MS. eommendatorf NoUf 4XtraBtdfrom tbt Lift 

j ofConuptr 

\^\ a6s2 Camus (J. P.) Admirable Events, tranflated by 

I Du Verger — — 1619 

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/■^- -M 2658 Lamber^o (Don |uan) b, I. title luantmg 
/\ 2659 Lyly (John) Kuphues and his England and 
Anatomy of Wit, h. I. 

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// 2660 Mandeville (Sir J<^'n) Voyages and Travels, %, I, 

'■Mood cuts, dtftiti've 
//> ^ 2661 Myrronr of Knighthood, Second Part of the 
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yi 2667 Pilgrime of C?.fleelc — — 1623 

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J'// . 2669 Sidney (Sir Philippe) Countefs of Pembroke's 
Arcsidii, _fir/i edit, printed /cr fFilliam Pon/on~ 
br'e^ 159C» See Dr. Farmer's memorandum in 
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/y 2670 Seven Champions of Chrirtendome, hy. Richard 
' Johnfon, Part 11. firft edit. b. L 

. Printed far Cuthbtrt Burbie 1597 
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3695 Taylor (John) Carriers Cofmographie, or Rela- 
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^ 2696 Taets (Elizabeth) relating her miraculous Reito- 
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• 4697 Thompfon( Robert) Marriage of Lady Fitzgerald 
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i/c^ -7^3 Pinketh man's Jefts ' 1735 

/! 3764 Pinto's Effay on Luxury — ^ 176b 

J\<i^l^5 Plain Dealer, z vol, — ■* 1734 

/i 2766 Plato's Dialogue of the Immortality of the Soul 

i ^ , '^'^ 

^^2767 ——— Appologie of Socrates Camb. 1775 

^i^ 5768 Pleafures of Matrimony — — 1688 

f\ 2769 . Part !!.//«/« 1684. 

j\ 3770 Pliny's Letters, by William Melmoth, 2 voL 

I »747 

4 d>^m\ — — 1748 

// 3772 Plutarch's Morals, 5 vol. . 1694. 

^j 2773 Polyanthea, 2 vol. ■ 1804. 

/i^«774 Pompey the Little (Hiftory of) — 17.51 

;'*775 — 1 77 1 

^^'2776 Poor Robin's Viiions , ■ 1677 

«777)Popery (Method to prevent the Growth ofj 

/ ^ \ 1774. 

2;78yPoft-Captain, or the Wooden Walls well Manned 

1806 

^2779 Potion (Edtv.) the Pratlcr , 1 1747 

/2780 Prater — — - 1757 

I S\ <^278i Pratt (William) Family Secrets, 5 vol. i;95 

!V 3782-^ ib, 

^2783 -^^ Gleanings -i— 1 801 

^^ 2784 Price (Rich.) on Liberty 1776 

£ ^2785 Prieftley (Jofeph) Letters relating to Wefley 1 79 1 

^ ^ajtSG — ■ ■ ■ Examinationof Dr. Reid, Dr. 

Beattie, and Dr. Ofwaid — 1774 

/ 2787 Prince of Love, titlt wanting 

j 2788>Prior (Thomas) Refleflions for the Gentlemen 

J^i > of Ireland — — — — 1738 

278g^Public Happiness, » vol. ■ 1774 

^ '2790 Purfaits of Literature (Irifh) »799 

(^2791 Pye (Henry James) the Democrat 1796 

J tjgz Pylades and Corinna, or Memoirs of Richard 

Geveniiett, Efq, and Mrs. Eliz. Thomas, a 

vol. ■ ■ — '■ — — 1731 

J 2793 Quarles (Fra.) Enchiridion 1681 

/y 2794 Quintillian, bis Inftitutes of Eloquence, by W, 

Guthrie, 2 vol, — ■ ■ 1756 

279; R acine's Letters ^^ ' 1785 



L 



/ 



/ 



/, 



>ao MiJctllaniu.-^OSLwo, 

/j /'Syocf/Railleriffa la Made 1673 

,^2797 Ralph (James) Cafe of Authors 1758 

^ ^1798 Ramfay (Allan) CoUeftion of Scots Proverb* 

Edin. 1750 

3799 y - ■ -— — ' Letters on the prcfent Difturb- 

J / ances in Great Britain — — 1777 

aSooJRapin (Critical Works) 2 vol. 1731 

3801 Rational Hamourifl 1799 

280Z Ray (John) Colleaicn of Englifli Proverbs 174* 

M 3803/Refleftions and Maxims —. i^97 

* 2804J on the Soorces of Incredulity 1750 

3805 Remains of Perron^ I huanus, and St. Evremont 

1707 

^a8o6 • <— »-- — - '*• 

2807 Remarks on the Humours of the Town 1675 

a8o»j— — French 1769 

aSoj^Revenue of the Romans •■ ■ 1741 

,^5810 Review of the Landfcape, a Didaflic Poem 1795 

//^^ 2811 Rich (Barnabe) the Honeftic of this Age 

I Edin, 

/^/iStt •' ' ' ■ I- I^alogue betweene Mercury and 

an Englifh Souldier —— — '574 

/^iSi^ Richardfon (John) Great Folly of Pilgrimages in 

Ireland — — 17 if 

y 3814 • ■ -~ Reliques of Genius 1777 

/^^38i5 — — (Samuel) Clariffa, Grandifon, ana 

Pamela, 20 vol. — — — 1751 

3816 ";= — _— — — Sentiments . 1755 

^3817 Richard foniana — — ^— . ty^f> 

3818 Ring, or the Merry Wives of Madrid 1799 

^ 2819 Ritfcn (Jofeph) the Spartan Manual 1785 

. 3820) Rivera (David) Mifcel'ancous Works 1795 

^ 2821^ Robenfon (John) Cafe of — — 1774 



.2822TRobifon (John> Prools of a ConCpiracy againlt 

^ ( all Governments — — 1797 

282 3yR()binhood Society (Hiftory of) — 1764 

, ,^2824 Robin's Laft Shift 1-717 

/^2825 Robinfon (Mary) Vancanza, or the Dangers oi 

Credulity, 2 vol. 179a 

ZLv *8a6 I Hubert de Sevrac, 3 vol. 

y/./^, — 1791 



/ 2^27 Rochftfdncault's Maxims ■'■■— 1749 
^2828 _— . — 1755 

/ ^ 2830 Romance ^'PfOgrefs of) — .— .— 1785 

/ \/^ 3331 Roufleau (J. Jaques) Mifcellancous Works, con- 

1 I taining Emiliusand E!oifa, »3 vol. 17&7 

j^ 283a — (Remarks on the ConduQ: 

of) J767. Difcourfe at Dijon, 1779 

/ /*83} — — — ConfeiTioDS, 2 vol. 1788 

/2834 —.———— 3 vol, 1790 

2835 •' ■ Letters on — 179* 

,? ^836 — -^— — i — Thoughts — 1768 

/ 2837 ————— ———' Juge de Jean Jaques 1780 

J^ (^2838 Royal Miftrefles of France 1699 

2839 — — — Kegifter, a vol. 17^ 

^ 2840—— —8 vol. — — — 1780 

r^i84i — g vol. — — 1784 

, << 2842 Ruddiman (Thomas) Anti Crifis 1754, 

j-^ 2843 ■ I ■— — — — » Cenfare and Examination 

175J 

^ 2844 Rutherford (Thomas) Inftitutes of Natural Law, 
^ a vol. — — — 1754 

<f^ 2845 Salgado (Jacob!) IntiiHate Converfe of Pope and 

Devil i68i 

J' 2846 Sancho (Ignatius) Letters, 2 vol. — 1782 
/ ^ 2847 Sayer (John) Account of the Cafe of 1713 

^4848' (L.) Mifcellanies 1805 

f ^ 2849 Scarron's City Romance — — 1671 

/ 2850 — •— — — ■ Comical Romance, 2 vol, 1759 

1/ 2851 Schemer, or Univerfal Satirift 1763 

2852) School of Man . . ■ — 1753 

1 2853kScott (James) Fugitive Efllays 1770 

j / / 2854:^ Scragg's (C G.) Beauties of Sentiment, 2 vol. • 
j 1802 

,71 2855/ Seaton (Thomas) Condufl of Servants 17/0 

i /; 285S Scduf^ion (Cafe of) againft the Abbe des Rues 
! for the Rape of 133 Virgins 1726 

i 7/2857 Selden (John) Table Talk 1716 

1^^2858— 1797 

J /,/ 28j9 Seymar (William) Confideration» on Marriage 

^'r , 1O84 

R 



'izt Mj/cellanjts.-*'06tA\o» 

j/^ ?86p Shaftefbbury {(Anth. Earl of) Cha«afl^riftlcfc«, 

^a86i Shaw (Peter; the Refleftor — 1750 

/ 2862 Shebbea»"e (John) Matrimony, 2 vol. 1766 

^ 2863 — — Lydia, or Filial Piety, 2 vol. 

1769 
^ 2864 ■ — i-i. — Letter to the People of Englan4 

»756 

/ ^865 Sheridan (Mrs.) Worka — - '763* 

^ ;t866 Skeffingtou (§ir John) the Heroe of Lorenzo 

1 6^2 

/^ 2867 Smith (Captain) Court of Venus 1619 

/ 2868 — — (Charlotte) Letters of a Solitary Wander- 
er, a vol. — — — 1800 

J J/^9 (Adam) Theory of Moral Sentiments 

1761 
^ ^ 2870 Smollett (Tobiaj) Humphry Clinker, 3 vol. 

^ ^ '77« 

;r / 2871 ————— Ferdinand Count Fathom, 2 

S 287a — — ■ — — «—- — Roderic Random, 2 vol. cuts 
. '^ ' ■ 1748 

^ ^2873 - Sir Launcelot Greaves 1763 

^ 3874 Society for the Promotion of Induftry 
/ 2875 Solyman and Almena — 1762 

/ ^2 876^ Something New, 2 vol. ■■ - I'i, 

^ ^ 287 'jSonne of the Rogue — -—' 1638 

287S)Sophy!e ou de la Philofopbie -— 1798 

/ aSygjSouthey (Robert) the Flagellant i-'92 

y' a8bo Spanifh Libertines, tranflated by John Stevens 

1707 
^ 2881 Speftator, Taller, and Guardian, 13 vol. 

i 1747-57-9 
/ 2882 bv Biflet, Vol. IL 1793 

^^2883 VoL IX. 172X 

2. 2884 — — • — Tatler, and Goardian (Mottos of) 

! «737 

-2j^ 0885 (General Index of) 1757 

' I /! ' __a886 Speculift (Adventures of) a vol. 178 



0'Udes» e^c— Quarto. iij 

Witches, t^c. 
QUARTO. 

2887 Witches of Warboyfe, *. /. defeaive isScj 

/ J a888 Roberts (Alexander) Treatife oq Witchcraft, 

with a true Narration of the Witchcrafts 

which Mary Smith did prafti^e 1616* 

J /I) 2889 Scot (Reginald) Difcovery of Wi;chcraft, b. L 

/^ aSgo GiflFard (George) Dialogue concerning Witches " 

/ and Witchcrafts, 3. /. »6o^ 

/ 6 2891 Difcoverie (Wonderfull) of the Witchcrafts of 

Mary and Philip Flower, daughters of Joan 

♦ Flower, yVow/. ■- ■■■' - 1618 

^j i 2892 Witches of Northamptonfliire, b. I. front, printed 

I I by Purfoote " - 16 1 2 

/S 6 *^93 i-ovsr (Peter de) Treatife of Specters, Vifions, 
and Apparitions, appearing fenfibly to Men 

'605 
/ J 289+ Lavaterus of Ghoftes and Spirites walking by- 
Night, b. I. printed by Henry Benneyman 1572 

/j ^ 2895 ' ' ■ — ■ - ih» 

A\ 2896 Popilh Impoftures, praftifed by Edmunds, alias 
' Wefton, under the pretence of calling out 

I Devils 1603 

/J\ 2897 Darrell (John) on the ftrange and grevous Vex- 
ation by the Devil, of n Perfons ia Lanca- 
shire, and William Somers of Nottingham 

1600 
2898 Harfoet (Samuel) Fraudulent Praftifes of John 
Darr^l concerning the pretended Profeffions 
and DifpoHeffions of William Somers, &c. 

1599 
/y ' 2899 Dafrell (John) Dete£lion of that finful, lyir^g', 
and ridiculous Difcourfe of Sanoel Harfuet, 
j entituled the Fraudulent Pradile* of J, D. 

j JOOO 

^} 2900 Acoutius (JacobuO Satan's Stratagems 1648 



/ 



yji J 2901 Trafts, viz. Relation of Informations &c. of the 
^ ' Witches execated in Eflex, 1645. Strange 

and Wonderful! Vifions and Predidions of 
William Juniper, of Gosfield in EfTex, 1662. 
Relation of a Horrid Murder on Thomas 
Kiddermiuder, of Tupfley in Herefo(d> 1654 
printed i688, l^e. 
/j;^ 2904 ThcBoy of Bilfon, 2 parts •— — 1622-98 
/^ 6 2903 Cptta (Joiin) on Witchcraft, &c 161* 

■J\ 6 29C4 Lithobolia, or the Stone-Throwing Devil 1698 
6\ . '9*'S Apparitio.i (Strange and Dreadful) which ia- 
fefted and funk a Ship bound for New Ca(U9* 
1672. Remarkable Paflages of Providence 
concerning 1 homi^ Sawdie, pofieft with an 
unclean Spirit. 1664 
ago6 Hopkins (Matt.) Difcovery of Witches 1647 
S\ 2907 BoWer (Edm.) Dohor Lamb Revived, or Witch- 
^ craft Condemn'd in Arne Bodeoham 1653 

^2908 Relation of one John Tonken, of Penfans in 
Cornwall, faid to be Bewitched, 1686. 
Ditto of a Young Woman poffeft with the 
Devil, by name Joyce Dovey, 674 
^ 2909 Sadducifmus Debellatus, or Narrative of the Sor- 
ceries and Witchcrafts exercifed on Mrs. 

Chriftian Shaw '697 

2910 Witch at Greenwich fStrange) — 1650 
/^ 3911 Diabolical Praif^ifes of above 20 Wizards and. 
Witches, of Renfrew in Scotland 1697 
^3912 Mather (Cotton) Tryals of Witches in New- 
England ' ' ■ 169 J 

^ «9»3 '*• 

and Increafe, Mather on Kvil Spirits, 1693 
2914 WithaJI (Ben.) Deteaion of Public Frauds 1717 

' .// 2915 Women (Apologie for) 1609 

f 2916 Wonder of Wonders, being a Relation of a Wo- 
man of 95 years of age who is nofir quick 
J with Child -_ 1671 
/I 3917 Worming of a Mad Dogge, or a Soppe for Cer- 
berus, the Taylor of Hell 1617 

/ SQiS Wybarne (Jcf.) New Age of Old Names 1609 
/I 2919 Young (Dorothy) Tranflations from the French 



// 



/ 



^i^flf/.— Folio, I as 

Uijlory, - 
FOLIO. 



£>f 2920 James I. and Charles I. (Annals of) Lmd, i68t 

y Atg2i Johnftoai (Robert) Hiftoria Retain Britanmcanum 

; ! Amfi, 1655 

\/j' 2922 Irifh Rebellion /Hi ftory of) Dublin 1743 

I (T ^*9*3 '^s'l'^^* fBafil) Regifter and Chronicle, Ecclefi-, 

I aftical and civil Lond* 1728 

y/ 3924 King (Edwardj Veftiges of Oxford Cafile, /^/f# 

1796 
^// *9*5 Kipph ( Andrew) Biographia BritOMuica, 5 vol. 

io/7</. 1778 
/ «^ 29*6 KnoUes (Rich.) General Hlftorie of the Turkesy 

I portraits. VidtNote* Land. 163 1 

1^^ /^fip*? Lane(Rich») Reports in the Court of iixcheqaer 

i . LonJ. i6;7 

1^ 2928 Lavardin (Jaquesde) Hiftorie of George Caftriot, 

furnamed iicanderberg Lond, 1596 

/ //^ 3929 Legenda Autea, or Golden Legend, h» /, imptr- 

fe£l beginning and end 

y ^tgiO Leghorn (Anfwer to the Merchant's Petition aXf 

1704. 
/^ 2931 Leo (John) Geographical Hiftorie of Africa 
! 1 Land, 1600 

^ I 2<)32 Life of James Ufher, Bilhop of Armagh, portrait 

Lond. 686 

J ^^i3 ' Richard Baxter, by Matthew S3?lvefter, 

l_ portrait ■ ' Lond. 1696 



EKD OP THS THIRTEENTH OAX's SALE. 



Fourteenth Day*s Sale. 



Mifcellanies, 



IrOT 

I \ 6 3934 
/^ 2935 



/ 



^2939 
2940;. 

094 ij- 

2942 
2943 
2944 
2945 
2946 

2947 
2948;- 



OCTAVO. 

PENCER fjohn) on Prodigies 1665 

Spirit of ihe Journals, 7 vol. 1799 ^^ ^^0% 

1803 
1728' 
1792 
1701 
170^ 



^ a936 Stael on Literature, 2 vol. 
^2937 ' - the influence of the Paffions 

3\ 2938 Steele (Sir Rich.) Ladies' Library, 3 vol 



vol. 



Chriftian Hero 
- Tale of a Tub reverfed 
Epiftolary Correfpondence, z 

,787 

the Lover and Reader 
Freeholder — 

Lover " ■ ' 

Town Talk, &c. 
Letters, 2 vol. 
Freeholder — 

Englifliman 



1789 
«7S8 

1789 
1787 
1716 

1615 
1631 



2949^ Stephens (John) Satyrical Effayes 

a95er - New Eflayes 

29;^ 1 Steine (Laurence) Triflram Shandy, 10 toL in j^ 

1760 

.^^4952——- Sentimental Journey 1768 

^2953 • Letters, 2 vol. 1779* and i» 



// 



S. /i». ^ 



other Pieces relating to Sterne 
2954 Stevens (G. Alex ) Lefture on Heads 



1799 



I 



Mi/eeUaniet'^-O&AVo, 1 27 

«955/StilHngflce 
/ 



/ 



8955 jStilHngflcct (Edw.) Mifcellancoas Difcourfes 

3956) Stockdale f John) Trial 1790 

<^3g57 — '■*• 

2958 ■ - (Percival) Mifcellanies 1778 

4959 Stubbe's Anatomy of Abufes, 2 parts, b. /. 

'583 
^ ^ 2960 Student, or Oxford and Cambridge Mifcellany 

1750 

^2961/ Suicide (Eflays on) 1783 

i ^agezj Swift (Jonathan) Works, Vol. II. and XXV. 

1762 

/ 8963 ■ ■ ■■ — Mifcellanies, 2 vol. 1727 

21^2964 ■ ■ Art of Punning 1719 

/I J965 ■ i Fourlaft Years of Queen Anne 

I 1758 

/ 2966 — — Political Tra£ls, 2 vol. 1738 

8967) ' ' Mifcellaneous Pieces 1789 

^ 5968) Supplement, Vol. XXIV. 

1776 
/ L//JI 2969 — — ■ Works, 27 vol. Stb 'wanting 

.; 2970/Taciturna and Jocunda 1760 

^\ 2971) Tales, 2 vol. — — 1769 

j\ 2972 Tale (Second) of a Tub, or Hiftory of Powell 

the Showman, frontifpiece ■■ ^715 

/ 2973 Tafle of the Town ■ - - 173 1 

/ ^1974 Tate(N.) Prefent for the Ladies 1693 

2975)Tatler, Vol. V. 1712 

/^ 2976) 6 vol. 1786 

/• 2977 Taylor ( Henry) Trafts -^^ii 1772 

397S/ (J.) Summary of Duties 1805 

2979J " (Jer.) Offices of Friencifbip, portrait 

/ /j 3980 Teagueland's Jefts, or Bcgg Witticifms 1690 

g. 1/^2981 Tears of Senfibility — — — ^713 

K M 2982 Temple ( Wm. Johnfon) Memoirs ^779 

~ 1/^ 2983 ■ (Sir Wm.) Works, 4 vol. 1757 

^ 2984 Terras Filius, or Hillory of Oxford, 2 vol. 

1726 

/j 2985 Thelwall (John) the Peripatetic, 3 vol. 1793 

j^!-^ 2986 Theocritus, by Poiwhele, 2 vol. 179a 



/ 



is8 



y>e^/.— Oflavo. 



/( tgSy Theophraftui, by Eoftace Budgell 



1714 

3988/ , the Englilh — — 1702 

S9893Theory of Agreeable Scnfations — 1774. 
/ S9<yO>' — the Earth - 1685 

399iJThicknefrc (Mrs.) School for Fafhion, 2 vol. 

1800 
S992 Thotnpfon (Hen. Fred.) Intrigues of a Nabob 

1770 
/ 2993 Thoughts on the Times ■■ 1 779 

^2994 Toland ; John) Pantheifticon Co/mepoli 1720 

<J'-3995 '■ — Lond. 1751 

^ 2yy6 » MifccUaneous Works 1747 

//i 8997 Tooke (John Home/ Letters — — 1768 

' •«998^Toar of Valentme — — 1791 

S9993Tuwer ( ) Dialogues concerning the Ladies 

178? 
/ 3000 Tracts, fingle Webb on Edncation, 178a, atid 
J 4 other on the f>:nie fubjed 

Eflay on Oriental Learning, 



/ 



Sooi 
300a 



1759, and 2 other 

Moor on the Greek Prepofi* 



y^ 6 3003 
; 3004 

jdos 

3006 



tions, 1766. Webb on the Chinefe Lan- 
gaage, 1787, 2 copies 

The Scoundrel's Diflionary, 



1754, and 7 o:her 

- Grammatical Eflays, 1768, and 



3007 
//J 6 3008 
3009 
3010 



7 other 

— Mafon's Effays on Elocution, 

1761. New G«ide to Kloc^uence, 1762, and 
7 other 

— —o- Swift's Art of Punning, 1719. 

E flay on the Iri(h Language, 1782, and 3 
other 
.■ — Chartonis Bellovacae Oratio, 



i;^i, and 13 other Latin 

Relation dune Jeone fille Sue- 



1 



doife, 1711, and 57 other French 

— D'lvernois Etat des Finances, 



1796, and 3 other by the fame 

Voltaire la TadUque, 1714, 



Jjj^. 



and 7 other by Voltaire 



Tra3s,^-0Stiye, 129 

rv 301 1 Tracts, fingle, Le Bordel ou le Jeaa foutre 
^\ Puni, 1730, and 23 other 

— — Hilchofonthe Second Pfalm, 

1742, and 26 other 

Berries on Suicide, ^781, and 



/ 


1 301Z 


J 


30'3 


J 


3014 


z 


<^301S 


9 


3016 


^ 


3017 



31 other 

Adams' Effay on Hume on the 



Miracles, 1752, and 22 other 

Bateman on Tythes, 1778, and 



8 other on Tythes 
— — — Rotheram on Faith, 1772* and 

9 other by Rotheram 
Watlon's Charge to the Clergy 



of Landaff, and 1 5 other b^ and againft Wat 
fon 

^3018 — — — — Direftions for Young Students 

j in Divinity, 1766, and 7 other on the fame 

! ' fubjeft 

/\6 30' 9 """" ^^^^ o^ the Corporation and 

i Teft Afts, 1736, and 11 other 

; 3o«Oy— — — Fofter's {James) Anfwer to 

/ V Stebbing, 1737, and 6 other by fame 

3021) — — — — ^ Weft on the Converfion of 

Saint Paul, 1747. Difcourfe of the Chriftian 
Religion, 1747 

7^3022 Invocatioiis to the Deity. 

Complaint againft Mr. Fogg, by the Inhabit 
tants of Kew Green, and 28 other 

^ 3023 — — Jones's Hillory of Religious 

Houfes, 1779, and 34 other 

3024 ■ ' — Brothers' Prophecies, 1 794, and 

1 5 odier relative to fame 
y] 3025 ■■■■■ ■ Bowen on the Neceflity of Mo- 
ral Difciplioe in Prifons, 1797, and 27 other 

^3025 Lindf-y's Examination of Ro- 

binfon's Cambridge Plea, 1789, and 9 other 
by and againft Lindfey 

^3027 — — Rational Account of the Lord's 

1 Supper, 1 76 1 and 67 other 

/' 6 30^8 Cowe's Religious and Philan- 

iT/ / thropic Trafts, 1797, ^^^ 21 oiher 

5 



/ 



/ 



i^o 



7ra<!?/— Oflavo. 



/ 



^3029 Tracts, fingle, Trirt Memoirs of Religidu* 
Diffenfion, 1791, and 14 other 
^030 — Sykes Innocency of Error, 



^ 031 

3032 

^3034 

3035 

/ 3036 



1729, aiid 16 other 
-.. ■ Berington's Reflcftions ad- 

dreffed to John Hawkins, 1785, and 28 

other 
.... Patten's Vindication of 



King David, 1762, and 14 other 
—— Holwell on Divine Providence 



1786, and 28 cthec 

Account of the Converfioii 



of Solomon Duitfei, 1771, and Tliirty-four 
other 

Wefley, Account of John 



/ ^3037 
/ 3038 
^' 3039 
-^^3040 



Fletcher, 1786, and 26 other by and relative to 
Weaey 

Price, Evidence of the Im- 
provement of Mankind, 1787, and Twenty- 
one other 

— ...^m ■ View of Dr„ Beveridges 

Writings — ■— 17 «» 

,, — — • Kennicott's State of the He- 



brew Manufcripts, and 5 other, by Same 
— -. — Thirty-three, Trafts, by and 

Relating to Prieftly 
-— — Ditto Relating to Warbur- 



ton 



<^3o*i 



of the Liturgy 



(Five) Relative to the Review 

Scotch Prefbyterian Elo^ 
quence Difplayed, 1738. E,ngirih Ditto 

1720 

Sharp and Bate of the 

Words Aohim and Beriih 175 1 

^O^Qi — — »- Keeling on the Harmony of 

the Evangelilh, and Fall of bcepticifm 

178? 
Life of Gilbert Wakefield, 



^304* 

^304* 



i Hebrew Wc 



3044 



1792, and 14 relating to the fame. 
1^; 304±*Sermons fingle (320) 




Traas—O£iavo» 



»3» 



i 
<?^3047 



3045 T'racts, finale. Narrative of the Condu^' of 
the Tea Dealers, 1785, and' j other relating 
to Tea 

Claridges Rules to Judge 



4 



3048 
3049 



;>! ^30 JO 

/i 3051 

3052 

3053 



4 

// 3054 

: ! 

H 3056 



3yS 



the Weather, 1744, and 15 other Mathema- 
tical and Philofophical 

Every Man his own Brewer, 



Laws againft Ingroffing, &c. 1765, and 17 
other 

The London Gardener, 



Eifay on poor Soils, 1 796, and 1 1 other 

— Inftruftions for Collecting 

Infedts, 1771. ElTay on the above, 1759, 



and 9 other 



-I*— Real Improvements in Agri- 



culture, 1772, and 9 other Aguicaltural 

- Annals of Agriculture, 9 



Numbers 



bers 



Mufeum Runicum» 25 num. 

Propofals for mending the 
Road, 1753, and i? other relative to 
Draining Canals and Enclofing 

Higgins on Bleaching, 1799 



Juice of the Grape preferable to Water, 
1728, Account of the Beech Oil Invention, 
1716, and 7 other 

— Rees* on Short Hand, »79S. 



30J7 — 

3658 - 
5059 — 



Wefton's Ditto, and Williamfon's Ditto 

1780 

Effay on Hunting, i733. 

Book of Sports, 1753. Hlftory of Eclipfes, 
1715. Prophecies of Noftradamus, 1715. 
Plain Dealing Linen Draper, portrait^ 1698, 
&c. 

■ Anecdotes of Hogarth, cu- 
rious M£. Witts by Mr Reed and ii other 

(Twelve) on Corn and the' 



Corn Trade 



(Four) on the Fiflieries 



13* TVatfi— Oftavo. 

., ju 3060 Tracts, fingle, State of Trade in th North- 
/ em Counties, 4748, and '13 other relative 

to Trade" 

^ ^ 3061 ■ ' ■ (Sixty-two) oh Coin, Money, 

and Paper Currency 
\// 306* — — — (Thirty-five) on Trade 

// 3063 ■ — — Method ot Tanning with- 

I cut Bark, 1729, and 16 other 

y 3064 — ' I Prefent Sute of Brewery, 

1757, and 3 other on fame 

/^ 3065 '■ '-■'■' ■ ' Treatife on Coal Mines, 

1769, and 14 other relative to Coals 

•^ ^ 30^6 (Twenty-eight) on Wool 

^ . . 3067 ■■ i ■ — Comparison between French 

and Italian Mufick, 1709, and 26 other 
Mufical 

/^ 3068 — ■ ■-— Obfervations on the Wafle 

Lands in Great Britain, 1773, and 16 other 
relative to ProviHons 

//j 3^*69 •■ (Twenty-five) on the Dear- 

nefs of Provifions 

3070 — (Eighteen) Medical by Dr. 

Hill 
^ 3071 ^ Reflexions on the Putrefac- 
tions of Dead Bodies, I75i( and 28 
other 

J ^307* — — Care of Mary Maillard, 

and Elizabeth Savage, and 21 other 

. \ 4 6 Z^IZ — — Greatrak's Account of 

1 Strange Cures performed by him, 1723, and 

20 other 

/, 4 3074 — (Twelve) on ihe Plague 

A 3075 — — On the Ufe and abufe of 

I Tobacco, 1710, and 30 other 

I 4 3076 ~ Cadogan, Hurdy. Baker, 

I &c. on the Gout 

^i 3077 I (Seventeen) on Inoculationj^ 

I and f on the Cow Pock '^ 

/ 3078 ^ Foot on Difeafed Bladders, 

1,1 1798, and y other 

^ \3,4B^19 " (Fifteen) on Mineral Wa« 

/7,./4.\ ^" 



9rjf/j— Quarto.' 133 

.^•30^0 Tracts, fingle, EfTence of Malone, 1800, 
^* and 30 other 

J jogi Anitradverfions of Brown's 

E flays on the 'Charaiierillics, i752> and 30 
j other 

/2' 6 30^2 " ^^'^ °^ GrowlDg Rich, 

1796, and 39 other 

/ jogj — . (Eighteen) On Literary 

Property, and on the Marriage Aft 

^ jo3^ Defcriptioiv of Merry Land 

with the Map. CEconomy of Love, Dil- 
doides Beautiful Adulterefs, and 28 other 

OyARTO. 



6 30^5 Trafts. Vindication of Mr. Bran(hell*s Cafe, 

169J. Reraonftrance to Parliament, Cafe 

of the Troopers, &c. in 1 vol. 

jA 3086 • ' Political Cathechifoie^ 1643. on 

'1 Trade, 1645, Prynne on the Common 

\ Prayer, ard 20 other, in i vol. 

^087 »■ Gratuktio Acdemis, Cantab, ad Car. 

n. 1660, Narrative of the Differences 
between Mr, Bufby, and Mr. B'igfliawe, 
Firft and Second Matters of Weftminfter 
School, '659, &c. 
J, 3188 ■ ' Peck's Caiolo^ue of Dlfcourfe? againft 

Poperj , temp. ]ac. II. 1735 Atterbury'* 
I Anfwerto Ldther, 16B7, &c. 1 vol. 

//\ 3089 — '• Rates for Wharfage, &c. at Bridewell 

j Dock, 1676, Orders, Rules, and Ordinan- 

ces by the Stationers Company, b, I. 1692^ 
Oppreflions of the Market People, 1720, 
&c. in I vol. 
3090 «- Laft Will and Teftament of that Mon- 

ftrous Blcudy, Cruel Parliament, May 1648, 
' Declaration of James Earl of Darby, con- 

j cerning his Refolution to keep the Ifle of '' 

' Man, 1649, ^'^^ "2 other> in i vol. 



»34 



3092 



4 

4/ 



8093 
3094 



?Vtf<!7/— .Quarto, 

Tra£ls. Enquiry into the Duke of Ormciid'^a 
Conddfl, 1712. Satyry 011 Old Maids, 
1714. Count Damma, Cafe, 17*4. and 9 
other in t vol. 

Trafts, mifcellaneous, viz. Americans no Jews, 
1652, Jews in America, or Probabilities 
that Americans are Jews, and 3 other in one 
vol. 

' — ' Diary of the Slego 

of Vienna, by Peter, 1684. Expedition in 
Hungary, 1684, ^^' ^" ' ^^'' 

Mercurial Politlcus* 



/U 309J 

/^ 6 3097 
/ ^3098 



18c Not. Miftrefs Parliament prefented in 
h« Bed, byMercuriusMelencholicus, {648. 
Loyall Convert, 0;v/br</ 1643, &c. in one 
vol. 

Webb on Difcharg- 



ing Mr. Wilkes for being the Author of No. 
45 North Briton, 1763, &c. in 1 vol. 

Du Moulin, Confor- 



mity of the Difcipline and Government of 
the Independams to that of the Primitive 
Chriflians, &c. 1680, &c. in t vol. 

Life of Wm. Fuller, 



1692. Treatife of Wool, 16S5. Groaiu 

of the Poor, 1696. Advice to the Com* 

,mons, by Bury, 1685, and thirty-three others 

in I vol. 

■' — — Petition of Lord 



/ 



Fairfax, 1649. Viftory by his Majeftys 
Fleet in the Mediterranean, 1670. Pre- 
pofitions, by the Citie of London for Rai- 
ling a Million of Money, 1642, &c. in i 
vol. 

/ ^ 3099 • ^'* King's Apo- 
logy, or Vindication of Himfelf, 1755. 
CaArated Letter of Thomas Hanmsr, 1753. 
and 7 other, Angle tra«5ls 
3100 Trafts, viz. Relation of the putting to Death one 
Matter Boys, a Citizen of London, at Red- 
ding, 1642. Good and True Nevv^s from 
Redding, 164,3. Manner of EteAing and 
Enftalling the Knights oi the Garter, i66io 



3 

7; ^. ^ 



j 



TVjiif?*.— Qaafto. 135 

Windfor Caftle, a Poem, by Otway, plate, 
1685, and feveral others in i vol. 

^^3?oi Trafls, viz. The Jefuit's Loyalty, 1677. De- 
fence of the Rights and Privileges of the 
Univerfity of Oxford, 1690. Neceflity of 
regulating the Pr«fs, Oxford 1699, and Nine 
other in i vol. 

^. 3102 Randolph de Grsecs Linguae (ludio, 

1782. Journal of William "Dowfing, 1786. 
Jekyll a polit. Eclogue, 1788, &c. 

A J103 •— Pieces pour le Chev D'Eon, i76j;» 

Petitioo of an EnglKhman, 176;. See Note 

j\ ^ 3*®4 ■■■ Certain Paflages at Newport, i6go. 

Oldmixoo's Reflexions, 1732, and Four other 

— Shute de Studio Philofophze, 1698, 

de Theocratia Civili, 1697, &c, 

Difpenfary, iftedit. Trial of J, 




/ 



J. 



Zenger, 1738. Otway's Wiadfor Calile, 
1685, &c. 

/ 3106 — I Epiflola Critica, 1726. Dr. Mid- 

dleton's Letter from Rome. The Martiniade 
and Dunciade, &c, 
^3108 ■■ Plebeian, 1719. Old Whig, «7ig. 

Moderator and Patrician 
/! 3*09 I " ■' Political (a Vol. of) 

^i . giio Murther of Mafter Robert Yeo- 

^\ man and George Bowcher, 164.3. Trial of 

N. Frennes, 1644. Anlwer to Col. Frennes* 
Relation, 1643. Frennes' Reply to Ditto; 
Check to the Checker, 1644. Sathan la- 
throned, 1657 
31 1 1 ■ Cobbet en the Power of Civil Ma- 

giftratCf, :653. Petition of the Mayor, &c. 
1641. Quarle's Solomon's Recantation, /or- 
trait by Marjhall, 1 648, &C. 

'^3vi2 — — Poft Angel, 1701. White's Speech 

in Parliament, Sec. in 2 vol. ^-/^.^ 

y\ 3113 Prynne's Briefe Survey, -Gi'i, Pre- 

I late's Tyranny, 1641. Anfwer to the Lords, 

portraits, &c. 
• 3114 ■ Pofte with a Packet of Mad Letters, 

^ 1607. Secretaries* Studie, 1616. Cupid's 

/^. ' Meffenger 



136 * 



yV«<ff/.— Quarto. 



A 



/ 



/'^3tiS Trail*, ^iz. Downing on the Baban'an Party* 
Peter's Relation of the Siege of Vienna, 
1684, &c. 

Letter from Mcrcurins Curcus, 1643, 



3116 



/JZ 3»i8 



/ 



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3120 
_ I 

/^l 3'" 
f 3i«» 



I 



and other Trafts, in z vol. 
— The overthrew of Stage-Playes, 

1599. John Northbrcoke on Dicing, 
Daiinciiip;, Vaine Flaies, and other Idle 
Parti mfcs ufed on the Sabbath, b, /. 1579. 
Hinde Prophecie of Obadiab, 1615, &c. 
verj/carce 

Notitia Oxonienfis, 1675. Con- 

flagratio Londiner.fis, 166/', London's Re- 
mains, «6;c, and ^oor other TraAs on Lon- 
don, &c. 

His Majefly's Manifeftation, 1641. 



Sir Edward Deering's Speeches, 1642, and 

other Political Trafls 
— — — Pym's Reafons of the Houfe of 

Commons, 1641. Declaration of Colonel 

Goring, 1641, &:c. in 4 vol. 
Uflicr on Epiicopacy, 1656, Letter 

from no far Country, 1660, &c in 4 vol. 

— E^ex's Honour vindicated, /or- 

traits, 1690* Vindication of J. Colmar, 

1691, &c. 
— — — J. Milton, in anfwer to Eikon Bafi- 

licon, 1645. Goodwin's Defence of the 

Sentence agaioft the King, portrait by Gay 

vjoad, 1649. The Pourtraiture of Truth'* 

mod facred Majelly fufFering, portrait^ 1649 
— Ludlow's Letters, King Jaraes't 



3'25 
3126 



Tranfciflionsin Ireland, 1690, &c. 
Public Regilier, 1741. Characters 



4U3»»7 



f. 



3128 



/^, ^. /j 



of the Age, 1758, and Eight other 

Wit's MUerie and the World's 

Madnefle, by Lodge, J596. Euphaces* Gol- 
den Lcgacie, 16 1 2 

— — — Negociation of France and England, 
1761, &c. in 2 vol. 

■ — Obfervations on the Vagrant Laws, 
1742. Colleflion of Accounts of Wheat, 



/ 



Bread, Malt, &c. 174^. Of Troy and Avoir- 
.doppis Weights, plates. Sheridan's Ofrttioo 
in Fifhamble Street, 1758. Ducarel's Toar 
throagh Normandy, 1754. Account of the 
Meafures at Venice, 1752. Bevell's Account 
of the Robbery at Lord Harrington's, &c. 

/ 3*29 Trafts, viz. On Literary Property 

^\ ^3130 — Belleu on Univerfal Law, 17.54. 

Hiftory of the Colonization of free States, 
I7'77,&c. 

^ 3131 -— Baildori'.^ Rarities, 1651. Holy 

' Bull of ilome, J588, &c. 

^ 3132 ..i.i.-ii-i— . — Cafeof Ship Money, 1640. Rela- 
tion cf the Parliament Time of Rijchard II. 
portrait^ &c. in 3 vol. 
3133 ■ - . - ■ — Montelion's Prediftions, 1672. 
Night Walkers' Declaration, or the Diftreffed 
Whore's Advic? to all their Jjiliers, 1676. 
Catalogue of the Rarities at Leyden, 1701. 
Reafons for Liberty of Unlicenled Printing, 
1693. Gadbury's joft and pious Scorpionill, 
or the Nativity of Sir Matthew Hale, 1677. 
Palace ot Pleafure, (a Fragment of) and two 
other fingieTra^s 

Hiflory, 

FOLIO. 
^. 3?34 Moptluc (Blaize de) Comrnentaiies of, portrait 

and plates — 1674 

/ <^3'35 Monro (Robert) his Expedition with the wortliy 
Scots Regiment, called MacKeyes Regiment, 
levied in Auguft, 1626 Land. 1637 

^ 3136 Mori (Tbomae) Omnia Latini Qpera 

Lovanii 156) 
4\ 3 '37 Moryfo* (fi'ynes) Itiiiera,ry, containing Ten 
' Years Tra veil through Germany, &c. 

Loud. 161 7 
i .3138 Moutraye (Aubry de la) Travis, 3 vol. platfs 

Lond. 1730-2 
T 



138 7r<^/.— OftavQ. 

/// 3*39 Nalh's Hiftory of Worcefterfliire, //•/« 

J 3140 Neve (John Le) Fajii EccUfite 'Jngiican^ 

"^ Lond. 1716 

/ 6 3*4* Newcourt (Richard) Repertorimm EulefiaftUum 

ParocbiaU LofuHnett/e, z so\, platti Lond. it 10 

i jl 3142 Olaiis Magnus' Hiftory of the Goths, Swedes, 

' and Vandals Loiui, 165ft 

/ / 3H3 Oldmixon's Hiftory of England z vol. 

Lond. 1730 
/ 3144 Onuiphriua Panuinii Veronenfis dUni* 1568 



Xa 



^ 



Fifteenth Day's Sale. 

OCTAVO. 

LOT 

^ 3145 rjpRACTS, fingle, Treatifc on Low Spirited^ 

* nefs, and 38 other 
Z' / 3146 Trafts, fingle. £logy of Nothing, 174a, and 35 

^ other 

/^/$*47 ■ ■ ' Highland Rogue, 1743. Memoirs 

of a Boy bora m Willingham, and 31 other 

^ 3148 — — by Warburtcn, 1789, and 35 other 

ji^g ■ ■ ■ ,1 Phyfick 19 a Jeft, a Whim, an Hu« 
mour, &c. and 31 other 

^ jigo ■ Thoughts on Capital Paniflimcnts, 

and 36 other 

// 3*5* """^ Pamphlets by and relating to De 

Foe (23) 
/ 3151 — — — — Julius Carfar acquitted, I7>a, and 
32 other ' 

! <^ 3"53 — ' AfgyrsTraa8(i4) 

^^ 3*54 (3«^ Critical Tradts 

I /; 3155 — — Kenrick on the Marriage Contra^, 

X/^.-^ P775»and ijothpr 



/, 3'$^ Trafts, fmgle. Bolingbroke on Patriotifm, and 44 
/ other 

^3»S7 — ^ Effay on the Right of Angling, aftd 

38 other 

3*58] -— (6) by James Fordyce, never pub- 

o ( lifted 



2- 






jisgy - — (3) on Mafonry 

r 3160 ■ "J I (5) by Jacob llive 

3161 — rr-r— (4) '■elating to Elizabeth Canning 

316a ' — — (9) by Mrs. Heywood 

^3163 , r,^..^ (4) ^ Whately 

3.164 — r— — — (23) Ori Oratory 
^ 3>lAs J " ' ' I ' • (5i relative to RoufliJau 

3166 1 The Gentleman Apothecary, 1718,' 

and as other 

f Ji$l6^ 1 (5) relative to Dr. George Horne» 

viz. State of the Cafe between Sir Ifaac 
Newton and Mr. Hutchinfon, 1753, &c. 

'^/3i68 (15^ on the Rebellion in 1745 

'^ 3*69 — T-— (»o) on the Riots in 1780 

(^3170 (39) Law 

|.*7I..5T« Hiftory of Nadir Cha, r 741. Me- 
moirs of the late Czarina Emprefs of Ruffi?, 
1727. Memoirs of Field Marfhal Keith, 1759. 
Difconrfe on the Death of Ditto, 1764, and 
5 other - 

^ 3172 — — — — Account orf Htrgh Petefs, 1751. 
Paffaa, or the German Prince, 1720, and 7 
other 

7 3 '73 ' Sir John Sinclair on the Naval 

Strength of the Britifli Empire, 1782, and 
20 other relative to the ^^avy 
/3'74- Papers relative to Naval Architec- 
ture, as publiflied in the European Magazine, 

a parts •79i-« 

317s Efiay on Eaft India Trade, 1770. 

Plan for extending the Commerce of this 
Kingdom and of the Eaft India Company, 
by Alexander Dalrymple 1769, and 40 other 

j^ JI76 -r — Obfervations on the Caufes of the 

— prefent Difcontentsof the Merchants of the 

'4- •- Ifland of Bombay, 1794, and 27 relative to 

India Affairs 



I 



140 Tre^t.^O&i^o. 

[ <^[/^3»77 Trafls, via. The Trade to Iiuiia critically and 
calmly confidered, 1720, and 2; other Ditto 
j^\ j\ 3178 ■ — '• ■ ■< — England and Eaft India inconfiflent 
in their I^anufaflures, 1697, and 43 other 
' ..l-n I Ditto .^ 

3179 — Thoughts on the Go^erhiHentpf the 

Bfiiilh Territorial Poffeffions in the Ea(l Iri- 
dies, 1780, add 35 other Ditto 
^ 3i8c> f i i , j '' ■ ' ■— Treatife on the Monfqons in Irfdii, 
by Captain Thomas Forreft, 1783. Accothit 
of the,Co0)pihy of Miflifli^i, 1770. Journatfif 
William Daniel to Surat, 1 707, and five other 

^' 3181 — rrr**v The ^lational Mirror, or EfTays on 

, the j^ftjivdia Compliny, 1 jjr. Vinaicatidn 
of John Braddyll, 1/46. 'Confiderations on 
■n,^,,:- fiaUrJndfa Trade, 1701,1^ 3 vol. 

3^8ie — ^-- Eflay on Eaft India Trade, 1696. 

.b; England and Eall liadia incortfiUeht in Ma- 
nufadfures, 1697, and 4 Qiher, ina vol. 

3183 '^i—- w (i6i relative to Eaft India, T7J0 to 

! 70, in ore vol. 

S ^3^I*^^ -r— — r-r The True. Alar A), 1770. Memoirs 
of the Rievolution ih 'Bengal, 1 7^7, By Dr. 
John Campbell, i7(^. Scrtiftoh on the 
Goveranientof Irtdolta», 1763, 2 vol. 

fj 3185 — — Narrative ot the Mlitiny of the 

I Officers in the Artny at Bejigal, by istrachey, 

1-73. Cafe of Sir Robert Fletcher. Me- 
moirs of the Revolution in Bengal, 1764. 
Narrative of Mahrattah Slate, ijB.jin 2 vol. 
^3186^—— — — —-1, Narrative df the Sufferings of James 
Briftowi' 1793. Ditto of the Treatment of 
the EUgliflx at Bedmorp.'by €aptain Oakes, 
J785« Additions to Ditto. Scr^Aon on the 
Government of Indoftan, '1770. Sketches 
of the Mythology, ifec.of the fiiadoo*, by 
George Forfler, i7iij;, in tsvo vol. 
3187 — - — —^ Short Hiftory of Barbadoes, 1768. 
Remarks on Ditto. Hiftorical Account of 
the Virgin Iflands, by Suckling, 1760. Hif- 
tory of Tobago, and 7 other on the Wefl 
Indies 



,/^ 



H 







gi88 Trafts, fingle. Raynal on'tht RevoluHon of Ame- 
rica, 1781. Hiftory of the Infurrei^ions in 
Maflachufets, by Minof, (!5?36, aitd 8 *elat}fre 
to America ' •" ^^^ 

•^ I gg ■■—— Memorialaddr^fled to tlie Sovereigns 

of America, by PowiiaH, 1783, and 45 tela^ 
live to Ditto 

jigo — — Prefertt State df Maryland, xf^* 

. Accoontof the'Protiilo*'^ 6f South-Carolina 

and Georgia, 1733. Discovery of a large 

Country in the North Atnerica. New Voyagfe 

I to Georgia, i737,^an«J'7 Other relative to 

I Ditto -,.,.jJ. ■ '-;. 

U I jiQi I I ■r.M..i-. Montfefiore's -Accrtiint of the Ex- 

pediti<Jti'to BulaV«,'t^^j^4. Confiderations on 
the Trade to Africa,; 1 }f\ 

>. ji^2 —- — (39) on the Slate Trade, by Ram- 

f€y/Loi>d Sheffield, &c. 
J 2ip3 _ ^ Strifl arts and Remarks on the Me- 
moirs of B&rOTn de Tdtt, 1786, and i3"other 

/ / 3'94- • Voltaire o*i the Age of Lewis XIV, 

^ 1739. Hiftohy of the War, 1756. The White 

Bull, 1774. Hiftofre-de'Citay. XII. f732. 

/ ^^^3195 ■ ■ - Hi ftoricftl Remarks a ftd Anecdotes 

on the Baftile, 1784, and 3 other 

/ / 3195 —^ • • Sir William Fitzherbert's Short 

Inquiry into the Nature of the Titles con- 
ferred at Portfmouth and in the Camps by 
his Majefty in 1773, t\ copies. The whole 
I Impreffion except this ^leftroyed 

.^V 3*97 "^^^ Smith on the Laws relative ta 

Debtors and Felons, 1777, -and 12 other 

/,/^ 3*9* Depofitfions taken tjn the Body^jif 

y\ Duke of Hamilton, 1712. Dael between 

I Duke of Hamilton and 'Lord IVbhim. ID©* 

fence of Mr, Macartney, 171a 
S\ ^^9 - ' ■ " ' — '■ — The Tocfin "6f Social 'Life, 'by 
I 'Stewart, 1803, and 15 other 

f 3100 — Hiftory of the Egyf>tians, 1730. 

Ditto of Nadir Cha, 1741, and 13 other 
gaoi ■.. r I Memoirs of John Duke of Melfort, 

1714. Curious Fa4t3 and Aneedotes noc 



I4« srr»*r/i.— Oftavo. 

[ contained in the Memoirs of Philip Thielp- 

j neffe, portraitt 1 790, and toother 

/^^3Zox Trafts, fingle. Fears of the Pretender turned into 
Fears of Debauchery, 1715, and 6 other re- 
lative to the Pretender 

^ J203 — Weft on the Origin and Manner of 

creating Peers, 1782, and 6 other 

/ ^yiOi ■ Inquiry into the Bloody Execation 

at Thorn, by Sir Richard Cocks^ ^1*1* and 7 
other 

^ 3«os ; Cafe of Mrs. Frances Shaftoc, 1745. 

Ditto of Mary £dwards, 1763, and 4 other 

^ 3206 ■ ■■ Relation of the River Nile, 1791. 

J)ix on the conftruding and copying all 
i kinds of Geographical Maps. Houftoun*s 

Obfervations on the Coaft of Guinea, 17x5 

/ ^5*07 " "" ■ - (4) by Dr. Francklin. Narrative 

of the Sufferings and Efcape of Charles 
Jackfon, i7gg, and4 other 

! J*! ^S^ * "■ ' Le Neve's Difinterment of Milton's 

Coffin, 1790J and 3 relative to Mrs. Gun- 
ning 
i^ 3209 ■ ■' -- Narrative of the RednfUon of Ma- 
nilla. Defcription of Pyrmont, <788, and x 
j other 

j\ 3»lO Critical Hiftory of the Lord Trea- 

furersof England, 1713, and 5 other 

M 3211 . , . . Uieful Inllruftions for Travellers, 

1793, and 9 other 

J 3212 • Hiftorical Account of the Order of 

the Bath, 1715. Beauties of England, 1776* 
and 7 other 
3a 13 )-,— — -^-. Cafe of the Genoefe, and two other 
/ V relative to Genoa 

3«i4y' — -~ Paris in Miniature^ »782, and four 

other 

1^3215 ■■ Du Halde's Defcription of China, 

1740. Travels through Flanders, &c. and 9 
other 
3«i6 Hidory of Mennthia, 1715. Ac- 
count of the Siege of Gibraltar, »7»8, and 4 
other « 



/ 

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TraSs, •^OBavDl 



»« 



/{ /3117 Trafts, finglc. Colleaion of Welfli Travels Sur- 
I vey of Roman AntiqfJitics, 1726. Defcrip- 

tion of Towns and Villages, 1782 

/ 3218 ■ Difcoarfe on Witchcraft, 1736. 

Laird of Coors Ghoft, 1786. Witch of 
' Walkerne, 17 12, and 3 other 

— — — Brief Charader of the Low Coun- 
tries — — 1 671 

— — Ruffian Catechifm, Elogium of 






i 



3 32*1 
6 3««+ 



Peter the Great, 1728, and 6 other relative to 
Ruffia 

Hurd^s Letters on Romance, 1762* 



and 6 other 

■ ■ Defcription of the Ifland of Ma- 

deira, 1783, and 8 other 

Aniraadverfions upon Sir Richard 



1/^ 



3**5 



'i, 3«»6 



Baker's Chronicle, 1672, and 6 other 

Myftery of the Good Old Caufe, 1660, 

and 4, other 

Succint Chronology of the Aftions and 

Exploits, Battles, Sieges, &c. 16^7. Rela- 
tion of Rome, 1664, and 4 pther 

Fletcher's Account of the Stoppage of 



/ 32*7 



^i 3-««8 



r 



the River Severn, 1773. View of Paris, 1701, 

and 4 other 
— — Footfteps' of Blood, or the March of the 

Republicans, 1803. Horrid Cruelties of the 

Indians, 1763) and 3 other 
■— . Hiftoryof the College at Duway. 171 3. 

Account of the Death of Tom Twig, 1710. 

Phaeton Entertainment, and two other 

— Eflay towards the Hiftory of the princi- 
pal Comets in 1 742, and 16 other 

Whimfical Hiftory of the Iron Age, i 727, 

St« ry of Elizabeth Canning, 1753. Can- 
ning's Magazine, 1753. Footman's Friendly 
Advice 

C 8*3* " Sir R. Manningham's Diary concerning 

Mary Toft, 1726. Account of a i>torm of 
Thunder and Lightning, 1711. Learned 
Difl'ertation on Dumpling, &c. 

323* •— Remarks on the Voyage in Search of a 

North- Weft Paifage, 1780, and 6 other 



3**9 
3230 



144 7r«<:Z/,— -O^ava, 

J I fi*%3 Trafls. Efl^y oo Bleachiug, i.^gq^ and 4 other 

j ^ 3*34- -' Phipp's journal oi- a Voyage to the 

North Pole 1774. Journal of the Duke of 

Cumberland. Captaifi Robeu Oiborne, 17^0^ 

I John Taylor's ki(l Voyage, intptrfeB. Pre- 

I fervation ot a Geniimuaa fsoin Shipwrack. 

comtDg from Alton a 
^ 9t>S5 ■ Sequel to Bulkeley ai>d) Cummins* 

Voyage to di^a Souik Seas« by- Caotpb^il* 

«747 

^^^ i*36 Phipps' Journal of a Voyage to the 

North Pole, 1774. Greatheaii's Liie-Boat, 
portrait y 1804. SmeatoiJoD Hexhajn Bridge. 
The Unfortunate, or Yuyagc, &c, oi WiUiaip 
Morales, 1743. 

^ 3\ 3*57 ■ " "" ' Matthew's inoftgk»r4ous Star, or Charley 
Waine, <vjuh rwhole lengths pcrirait, and print of 
I hii giving thanki to God, May 29, 1639* 

Bafltfdale's Memorials oi Woithy Perfons 

Oicfor-d 1663 
/ /^ %^i^ ■■■■ -. — Reafons for fifppreiSng May-Fair, 1709. 
i. I Cruel Son, or the Unhappy Moihef, 1707. 

I I Tyburn's Worthies^ and 3 other 

i-^j-^ 3^i9 "" ■ ' Borthw.ick 01^ Hritilh AntiqoiiLss, 1776. 
I Rigge on Regiftering Wills, &c. »778. En* 

^ quiry into the enormous Incieaie of Auoi(. 

Bie&, 1785, and 9 oih^ 
J 3240 ' ■ Trial of Humphrey ftnnimore, 1779. 

I Ditto of (zeorge Barcingtoii, aiui 4 other 

/ 3241 ■■: — - of Hency Stantoii, t8i6. Trial 

^ of Mr. Savillj 18010, and ; ather Trial* 

J /3X42 ju ' . . between |» G. Biker and M. 

Morley, 1741. Trial ot Branfon tor an At- 
tempt to comniitt iiodomy, 1760. Tryals, 
&c. of John Shepherd, 1786, and 6 other 
4 3243 ■»■* . J — r j - J ' .: ■ of Katherine Nairn and Patrick 
Ogilvie, 1765. Ditto of John Parry, 1754. 
Ditto of Charlps Speckman, 1763. Dittp q[ 
Elizabeth Browiuigg, 1767. Ditto of Lord 
George ^avkville — r — 1760 

/f 3244 » ' ■ — — : of Jofeph Gerrald for Sedition, 

':_ Editi. 1794. Thotues Fyflic Palmcf, 1798. 

^- // ^ Thomai Muir and Wm. Skirving 1794 



_^l4< 



:^. ^3<245 Tfafts, Trial of Mauritius Vale, 1736, and 10 
other 

3246 I Charles Drew, 1740, and 21 

other for Murder 

y^ 3247 — *— — Eugene Aram, 1759, and 17 

other 
^i 3248 «—.———. Thomas Smith and John Ken- 
nedy, 1787, and 19 other 

-^i ^ 3*49 — ■ William Patrick, 1740, and 15 

other 
^^^3250 Traitedes 3 Impolleurs, /«/^r/ir<f? 
^3251 Travels of the Imagination —— — 1773 
3 25 2> Treaties (Colleftion of) Vol. II. — 1 77Z 
^ 3253JTrenchard (John) Effays — — 1755 

/, ^3254 Trials (Seleft) 2 vol. 1741 

j^ 3aj5 between Sir William Manners and Lord 

A. Fitzroy, for Crim. Con. 1742. Cafe of 
Mrs. Weld, 1734. Trial of Captain G. 1757 
^i 3256 Triumphant Lady, or the Crowned Innocence 

i6;6 

3 3257 Triumvirate, or Memoirs of A. 6. and C. ? vol, 

/ 3258 Trublet (Abbe) EiTays 1744. 

/'^3*J9 Ttyon (Thomas) Letters 1700 

/; 3260 Tunftall (James) Obferv^ions on the Epiftles of 

Cicero and Brutus ' ■ *744 

/• ^3461 Turkilh Spy, 8 vol. in 4 — — 1718 

/. 3262 Tytler (EiTay on) Trattflation •— — J79« 

/ 3263 Valour (a Moral Treatife on) 1694 

/ 3264 Variety, a Colleftion of Kffays 1^788 

3265? Vere (James) on the Caufe of ReftleiTness in Man 

3266) Vertot's Mifcellanies, by J. Henley 1123 

/ ^3267 VeroD (John) of Predeftination, A. /. 'S57 

^3268 Viftim — 1800 

/ ^3269 Vilions and P/ophe^ies concerning England 

1661 

^3270 ofQufivedo " -■ 1 71 5 

// /5271 Vives (Lodov.) Office and Duetie of an Huf» 
^ " band, by J. Payncll, b. /. 

4 ^3272 Voltaire, Candid ■ 1759 
' ^1.3*73 Vnlgar Errors , 1659 



v/ 



/ 



146 Mr/«//o»/V/.-«Quarto. 

^f 3274 Univerfal Speftator, 4 vol. 17$^ 

/ 3275 Wagftaffe (Wm.) Mifcellaneous Works 1726 

I 3276; Wakefield (Dan.) Effay on Political CEconomjr 

^j 1804. 

3277J WaWron (F. G.) Literary Mufeum, containing 

Down's Rofcius Anglican us 1791 

^3278 Wallace ( ) Letters to a Young Nobleman 

1762 
3279 Walpole (Horace) on the Liberty of the Pre»8, 
I on the different Ideas of the French and 

Engliflj in Cruelty 1 . 1 1759 

(^ 328c WalpolJana, 2 vol. 

3281 Wandesforde (Chrift.) Book of Inftruftions 1777 

3282 Warborton, and a Warburtonian (Trafts by) 

1789 

j2 ^ 328 J ■ Apology for Sir R. Sotton 173J 

^, 3*84 Ward (John) Syftem of Oratory, 2 vol. 1759 
J\6'i^^h — — '-(Edw.) Hiftory of Clubs 1709 

/A 3286 ._-.•. Mifcellaneous Writingi, 5 vol. 

»75« 
^j 3287 Wafe (Chriftopher) on Free Schools 167S 



QUARTO. 



D3t88 Trial of the Ladies Hyde Park, May-Day, or the 
Yellow Books Partner — 1655 

^3189 Triumphs over Death ■ - — 1595 

^^//\ 3*90 Varchi (Benedetto) Blazon of Jealoulie 1615 
\2. ^ 3*9' Univerfal Chronicle, or Weekly Chronicle 

1 , '759 

14 3292 Ufc and Cuftom (Treatife of) — 1638 

Sy A 3*93 Walpole (Horatio Earl of Orford) Works, 5 

' \o\. plates • "— 1797 

3194. Wandering Jew telling Fortune to Englilhmen, 

front i/p'itct 

^3*95 Wild Irilh Captain, or Villany Difplayed ' 169* 

^ 3296 Weftminfter Eledion (Hillory of) fUti% by Roiv- 

lard/on __«_— .i^ > '784 

3»^7 Wing (John) Crownc Conjugal — 1725 



2-i^ 



1/4 



Emgli/B and Foreign Hifioryt ^f.— Qflarto, 1^7 



Englijh and Foreign Hifiory, VoyageSy and 
Travels, * 

QIJARTO. 

! /J 3298 Acofta (Jofeph) Hiftorie of the Eaft and Wea 

Indies, ru^a — — . 1604 

^j 3*99 Anderfon (^Eneas) Journal of the Forces in 

I E^ypt, p/ates 280a 

f\ 3300 Andrews (James Petit) Hiftory of Great Briiaia 

I 2 vol. I . I. 1794 

/4 3301 Androwes (Lancelot) Apologie for Jurifdiftioa 

Ecclefiaftical 1595 

330a Antiquarian Repertofy, 4 vol. in 2, nuith plates, 
in boards ■ — — 1 775 

^ 3303 Anftis (John) on the Knighthood of the Bath 

1725 
/J 3304 Anti Duello, or a Treatife on Single Combat, 
ijoitb plait, the portrait of Guije of Warwick 

/4 <^ 3305 Ajiti- Spaniard, b.l, 159O 

// .330& Appian's Hiftorie of the Romane Warres, b. /. 

by Bynniman . 1578 

^ 3307 Ariftotle on Government, by Eilis 1 776 

y 3308 Afhley (Robert) Cochin-China — 1633 

Z,/^ 3309 Bacon (Sir Fran.) Letters 170a 

/' 3310 Bale's Pageant of Popes, Englilhed by Stadley, 

b.l. 1574 

S' 3311 Ballard (Geo.) Memoirs of Ladies Oxford \t%% 
^^312 Barriffe (Wm.) Millitary Difcipline, /or/rair 

J639 
/O -^33*3 Barrington (Daines) Obfervations on the Sta- 
tutes ■— 1775 

^ - 3314 ■— Mi feel 1 a ni es, /or/ratV '781 

S 33 *S Battels ''Famous) collefted and improved by Bia- 
\ neman, b. I, 

■^\ 33*6 Battely (Joan.) Aniiquitates Rutupinas/^. 

Oxm. 1745 
/^f 33 '7 Beatfon (Alex,) on the War with Tippoo Sul- 
; ^ taun, cut$ — — k .'■! ■ ■i.i 1 8«o 

I-/ - 



»48 EngUfi and Fottign HiJ!6rj, {jTr.— Quarto. 



/O 



/ 

/I 



/ 

1/^ 



^ i/^l .- 3318 Bcde's Hiftory of the Church of Englande, mo* 

rotco^ gilt Itavet Anttutrp 1 565 

Bedwell (Win.) Mahomet unmaflced 1624 

Bell (The.) Anatomic of Fopilh Tyrannic 1603 

Bengal (Zemindary Temevesin) tvoi 

Bentham (James) Hiftory and Antiquities of the 

Church of Ely, njulth plates^ the portrait of 

the Author by F^cins, and MSS. Letter from 

him to Mr. Dodfley relative to the publieatioHt 

December 6th, 1762 Cambridge 1771 

Berkenhoot (Jo^") Biographia Literaria 1777 

Bertii (P.) Comment. Rerum Germanicarum, 

cum mult. Jig. » jlmfi. 1616 

Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica, 8 vol. in 



/ 

J 



/4 






W9 

321 
33^2 



3323 
33»+ 



3325 
3326 

3327 

33*8 

33»9 
3330 



333» 
.333* 

3333 

/j 3334 
3335 



,/ ^ 3336 
I 3 6 3337 

3/./f.6 



numbers a: firll publiftied, a ftiu ivant'mg 
Bigland en Marriage^, &c. as preferved in Parifh 
Regiilers — — -. *746 

ih. 

Birch (Thomas) Memoirs of Queen Elizabeth, 
tvol. 1754 

Blackhead and Young's Contrivance againft toe 
Lives of feveral Perfons, morocco^ gilt leaves 

See MSS. Note and £xtra£li from Nevrs- 
paper relative to Young. 
Blackftone (Wm ) Commentaries, 4 vol. 1766 
JBlainville*8 Travels, $ vol, plates 1757 

MSS, Note relative to the Lofs of the 4th vol. 
Bligh ^Wm.) Narrative of the Mutiny on boar4 

th« Bounty, ivitb darts, 1790. Trial of 

Ten Mutineers, 1794, &c. 
Blomefield (Francis) Collections relative to Cam* 

bridge, platii ■ ■ 1751 

Bocin-js' Manners and Cuitomes of Nations, 

tranflated by Afton 161 1 

Bolton (E.) Elements of Armorie?, cats 1610 
Boltsand Ven^lft on VrJja Affaur 177a 

Boflaie (VVm.) on the Iflands of Scilly, flatts 

1756 



//( 3339 Boffewell (]ohn) Works of Armorce, *. /. euts 

j(p 3340 Boogainville*8 Voyage round the World, <uts 

! ^1 ^3^1 ■■■ ■ I .1- to Falkland Iflands, in 

1763-4, />/a/^/, »773» 2nd Falkiter's Defcrip^ 
tion of Patagonia, 1774 

; HiHory. 

FOLIO. 

f ^334* Life of Joha Williams, by John Hacket, /^r/ra/i: 

Land, 1 69 J 
/? 3343 Lindefay (Robert) Hiftory of Scotland 

- /{/J '-- 3844)MackeBzie (Sir George) Obfervations on Pre- 
(. cedcncy — — ■■ — Edin. 1680 

334S/ " ' ' t ; ' "" ' Works, portrait 

• ■■ ••' ih. 17 16 

^ //J - 334^ * (George) Lives and Charaflers of 

I the Scots W^riters, 3 vol, — ib, 1708 

^T 4 3347 Madox (Thomas) Baronia Anglica, Hiftory of 

Land- Honours and Baronies, vignettss, elegant 

inrujfta ■ ■ Lond^ '74)1 

S /2. 6 3348 Maitland (William) Hiftory of London, with 

Continuation, 3 vol. flatts^fine copy 

ii. 1772 
2\ 6 3349 Mannucius (Paulii) Antiquitatum Romanaruai, 
portrait and frontifpiece \ Brenonia '58^ 
/j' 3350 Markham (Francis) Booke of Honour 

4 Land. 1625 

A 33S' Martyn (William) Hiftorie of Twenty Kings of 

England — — ^ ib. 1615 

-^j 5352 Mayo (Charles) Chronological Hiftory of the 

European States Bath 17^3 

/ _p 3353 Mexio (Pedro) Treafurie of Aaucient and Mo- 
ddrne Times, a vol. -^ Lend. 1613 

4, 6 33 54^ Middlefex Anciqaities of 2d part ih. 1706 

A A 33SS Millcs (Tho. Catalogue of Hoaor, platet 

J~./y.^^ END OF THE PIFTBENTM DAy's SAl,B. 



Sixteenth Day's Sale. 



Mifcellatties. 
OCTAVO. 

lOT 

/ 3356 •WjrrATERHOUS (Edw.) Gentleman*8 Mom- 

V V tor, portrait 1665 

^ 5357 ^^y ^® Promotion, or the Young Man's Guide 

i 1 >68z 

:? 835^ Webb (Daniel) Works «.■ ' 1761 

y 3359 Seleftions from Pauw 1795 

^3360 1789 

^3361 Weftern Mail i8ot 

\/a 336* Whimzies, or a New Caft of Charader& 1631 

7 «»<,.u7T,;r.«,.. ,,^^ 



i /3363/Whifperer — 

^ 3364]Whyte (S.) Mifcells 
^ 3365 Widow of the Wood 



any ■ 1/99 

^ 3365^Widow of the Wood 1755 

/ 3366 Wieland Socrates out of his Seofesj a vol. 1771 

! (^3367 ——--Dialogues 1775 

/ / 3368 Wilkes (John) Speeches, with his Autograph 

! 1786 

/ 3369 — : ' ■ — J 777 

2 3370 Controverfial Letters 1771 

^ 3371 «-—•■' Papers and Letters, 1769, and j 

' other Trafts relating to 

North Briton, a vol. 176} 

3 vol. rf. 

- Letters 1769 

— ih. 

Speeches — — 1777 




A 



Hifioryy Eng'iijI} andForeign, £iff.— Oftavo; 151 

yl / 5577 Willkins (Charles) Fables 1787 

/ 3378 Williams (Sir C. Hanbury) Trafts 1797 

%/ytil9 Wilfon (Tho.) Difcourfe upon Ufurye, by R. 

^ Toite\, i.i. 157* 

^3380 Wit and Morals (Confiderations on) 1788 

,^3^1 Wits of France and Italy 167? 

^ ^3382 Witchcraft, the Dcvill of Mafcou 1658 

3383 ■ " ■ - ■ Brinley of the Impoftures of Witches 

1680 

^3384 ——— Difcourfe on Witches 178S 

3\ / 3385 ~" o^ Bugbears, ne tit/e 

J' . 3386 Blow at Modern Saddacifrn 166S 

/ 6 33^7 "~~" Wagftaffe the Queftion of Witch- 
craft ■ — 1671 

/ 3388 Glanvill on Witches 1716 

/f ^ 33^9 " Worlde poffcffed with Devil--, e 

1 parts *— 158J 

J^\ 6 3Sy Narrative of the Sufferings of a 

! Young Girle molcfted by Evil Spirits 1698 

j^\ 3391 — Perkins Difcourfe of Witchcraft 

i6to 

• 539* Gaule's Cafes of Confcience on 

Witches — — 1640 

/3393 ' Hutchinfo)! on, 1718 

/3394 WoUafton (George) Life of a Pilgrim 1753 

/^ - 339S Woman's Worth . ijq^ 

/ ^3396 World, 4 vol. — — i78z 

^ 3597 Wotton (Williain) on Ancient and Modern 

Learning — — 1697 

/ ^3398 Xenophon's Memoirs of Socrates 176* 

/, ^ 3399 Yorke (Hen. Redhead) Elements of Civil Know- 

j ledge » ■ ' '■' 1800 

j^ 3400 Zimmerman on Solitude i;9i 

Hijlory^ Englijh and Foreign. — Voyagei and 
Travels, 

OCTAVO, 

^ 3401 Abbot (Geo.) Defcription of the Whole World 

1636 
^3402 A£ts of Parliament relative to the the Colonies 



/ 



/ 



Igf Hijjorj, EngUjb and Foreign, ^f.— OftavdJ 

1^5403 Adama (John) Hittory of Great Britain, map 
\ 1 80s 

y 3404)Adcre{re8 (Colledlion of) to the King 17601070 
f (^ 3^o5jAdoIi>hus's Biographical Memoirs of the French 

Revolution, 2 vol. '799 

^T-, 5406 iElian (his various Hiftory) —— 1665 

/ '34.07 Africa (Short Account of) Philadelphia 1768 

/ 3408 (Proceedings of the Affociation for) 1791 

/ 3409 Algarotti's Letters, 2 vol. ■— '769 

/; ^410 Alien Priories, 2 vol. J779 



^/' 



34 1 1 1 Alley ( Jerom.) on the Government, &c. of Great 
/ I Britain ■ ■■ ■ > Dublin 179* 

341 » JAIlifon (Thomas) Account of Voyage from Arch- 
angel in Ruflia _^_>___ '699 
J 3413 Amboyna (Proceedings againft the Englifti at) 

i I *^5« 

S\ ^?4'4 Ambulator, or Pocket Companion round Lon- 

I don, *witb map ■ ■ '794 

' /!^ 3415 America (an exaft Defcription of) 1655 

/ 3416 (Conflitutions of) Philadelphia 1 781 

/ 3417 Anderfon (James) Hiftorical E flay on the Crown 

and Kingdom of Scotland Edin. 1701 

Ji' /34*^ Andrews (jamei Pettit) Hiftory of Great Britain, 

2 vol. — — — ~- '796 

^'^3419 • ■- .- I ■ I. , Anecdotes, Antient and 

Modern f portrait — '7^9 

^3420 — (John) Letters to a Gentleman on his 

fetiinsj out for France -— — '784 

3421 Anecdotes of the lall is Years of J. J. Roufleaa 

1798 

^34,22 '■■ — Emperor Jofeph II. 1777 

3423 Peter the Great Dublin 1789 

3424 1 Henry IV of France 1787 



/ 
/ 



3415 Angeloni (Batiita) Letters on the Englifh Nation, 

2 vol. — — 1756 

^3426 Anglefey (Arthur Earl of) Piivileges of the Lords 
and Commons — — . 1702 

^33*7 



J| /^34*^ Annals of Europe, 1739 to 1743, 6 vol. 
i j\ 34*9 — -— King George I. 6 vol. — 



ib, 
1740 
1716 



/ 



Hifioiy-, Engltflj and Foreign, {ff^.— »Oi£lavo. tj •; 

v^/3430 Anfon (George) Voyage round the World, by 

^ p Richjrd Walter, //a/^x 17&* 

i)\ ^S43iJ Anfwer to a Book written by W, Petit 1680-81 

' 3432) Anftis (John) Coria MiJitaris, or a Tiealife of 

the Coyrt of Chivalry ■ . ■ 1703 

^3433 Apfley (Lord) Theory of Evidence 1761 

3434 Archdaii (Mervyn) Peenge ol iie and, 7 vol. 

1789 

343; (ArlingtoD (Earl of) Letters . 1701 

4 3436/ Vol. U. /^. 

A 3437) »7>» 

343SJ Arms of all t4ie Engliih Baronet;, arms tmblaKoned 

r. *757 
y 3439 Arroftrong 'John ) Survey of the Great Poll Road 
between London and Dov«r — 1777 
/ /^3440 ^ — . Hiftory of the Ifland of Mi- 
norca, platet — — 1752 

J ^5441 Army Lift _ I7«y 

/ 3442 Afliby and White, or Whether an Aition lies at 
Common Law for an Eledor who is deny'd 

his Vot€ ■ ' ■ ' • 1705 

y /'3443 Aflicam (Ant.) Difcourfe of what is particularly 
lav<ful during the Confufions and Revolution* 
of Government " i. ij&^S 
^ /S444 Aflimole (Elias) Hiftory of the Mod Noble Or- 
der of the Garter, //a/fr J7/6 

/O *445 Afiatic Mtfcelianies, 3 vol, • »79* 

^^ ^3446 Refearches, Vol. V. VL and VU. 

1799-1803 

8447iAtwood (Thomas) Hiftory and Reafons of the 

y / ( Dependency of Ireland upon the Imperial 

' '^ { Crown 1698 

34^^ ...^ u ■ ■■■ -« Hiftory of the liland of Do- 
minica lyQf 

/\ S449 Ayfcough (G. Edw.) Letter Irom an Officer in 
the Guards to hii l^'riend in liiigUnd. ^</< 

Note 1778 

3450i6abington (Zachary) Advice to Grand Jurors in 

/j^ ( Cafe of Blood — ■. 1677 

3451! Bacon (Francis Lord) Felicity of Qneen EUz'- 
beth and her Times — -— i6>,i 
^3452 —— Law Trafts 174I 

•XT 



t54 Bifiory^ EugUJh and Fortt^nt ^r.— Oftav^, 

/ 6 34f 3 Baillie (Robert) Letters »nd Journals, 2 vol. 

'775 

^3454 Balcarras (Earl of) Accoant of the Affairs of 

Scotland — — 1714 

^3455 S-^'*- »754 

j-^ J456 Bale (John) ASs of the Englyftie Votarie», b. /. 
Imprinted at London ij Jbon Ti/dait 
5457 



^ 5457 — — — — i.- ii « ■■ 

£ / 3458 — — Brefe Chronycle of Syr Johan Olde- 

caftcll, the Lord Cobham — 1729 

^ ^3459 ■ Antiquities of Conftantittople, //tf/o 

/ 
/ 

J 



3460 Baltimore (Lord Frederic) Toarto the Eaft 1767 

3461 Baratti (Giacomo) late Travels — 1670 

3462 Barclay (Robert) Genealogical Account of the 
Barclays of Wrie, formerly of Mathers 

AbtrdttM 1740 

3463 Baretti (Jofeph) Accounts of the Manners and 

Cuftoms of Italy, z voL 1769 

/ 3464 * — — Journey from London to Geaoa, 

4 vol, — — f 7 70 



3465 Barkfdale (C .) Memorials of worthyPcrfons 

1661 
j 3466^Barlow (Joel) Advic6 to the Privileged Orders 

/ 6 \ »795 

' 3467jBaronetage of England, 3 vol. 1769 

3\^ 3468 Barnard (John) Account of the Stiange Adven- 

j tures of Philip AAiton 1726 

j 4469)Barruel (Abbe) Memoirs of Jacobinifm, PartiV, 

\ Vol. IV. — 1798 

347o)6artram (John) TraveU from Penfylvania 17;! 

34 7 1 /Bath (New) Guide — — 1^84 

447z/fiaudier (Michael) Hiftory of Margaret of Aojoa 

'737 

3473 Bearcroft (Philip) Hiftorical Accoant of Thoi, 
Sutton, Efq. and his Foundation of Charter- 

Houfe 1737 

/j ^5474 Beatfon (Robert) Political Index, 2 vol. 1788 
3475)Bcaufoy (Henry) Speech, aSth March 1787 

34761/ Beauties of England — — 176^ 



^ys^ 



I 



Uifioryi Englifi and Foreign^ ^^.— Oflavo* i^^ 



V6 



', .k / 5477 Beauties of England and Wales, 2 vol. platet 

// ^ 3478 -• Wiltfliire, 2 \o\.platet 1801 

/ 3479 Beckford (William) Memoirs of Extraordinary 
Painters — — 1780 

3480 Bedford Level (Petition to the Houfe of Com'- 
monson) — ■ ■■ — '777 

3481 Beeckmaln (Dfaniel) Voyage to the Ifland of 
Borneo — — 1718 

3482 Beeke (H.) on the Income Tax 1800 
6 3483 Betagh (William) Voyage round the World 

1728 

^484 Belleifle (Duke of) Political Teftament 1762 

, 3485')Bellendenus' Remarks on the New Edition 1787 

o 3486/ — Tranflation of the Preface 1788 

/ 3487 Bernard (Governor) Ldtetrs on America 1774 

^ 3488 Bernier (F.) Hiftory of the Empire of the Great 

Mogul, 4 parts compkat — 1676 

5489 Bertram (Carolus/ Britannicarum Gentium Hif- 

toriai AntiquaS Scriptores tres Haunite ii^j' 

^ 7490 Bethel (&ling(by) Intereft of Princes and States of 

Europe i68t 

349i')Bianchi (Vendramino) Account of Switzerland 

;ij<y 349a(Billinghurft (Georgel Judge^s Refolutions oh 

I Statutes — — — 1676 

349j/Biographia Gal'ica, a voF. — — 1752 

^ /^ /3494 Biographical Didiondlionary, 15 vol. half bound, 

uncut — ■ ■- — — '798 

y/3f495 ^— ^ — ■ • (Supplement to j 

1767 

2496 I I — ■ Anecdotes of Eminent Perfons, 

publlfhed by Almon> 3 vol*. '797 

3497 ' of the Founders of 

the French Republic, » vol. *798 

A ^3498 DidVionary, by Stephen Jones 1799* 

3499 Biographia Claffica, 2 vol. 1740 

^500 jBirch (TFhomas) View of the Negotiations be- 
^^ ( tween England and France »749 

9501) — Inc^uiry into the Share King' 

^ Charles I. had m the Earl of Glamorgan's 
'2. j/ ^ Traufaftions .^ — » 1756 



6 



3 



1^6 mjoiy.'^Qazrto, 

^3507 Bifiet (William) Modern Fanatlcic fjim 

^3503 HIackllone (Sir W.) (Appendix to) Commen- 
taries — — __ AtHtriea 177* 
^3504 Blake (Sir Francis) Political Trafts 1795 

^3505 Blenheim (Guide to) */«/;/ 1789 

3506 Blome (Richard) Delcriptioo of the Ifland of 

Jamaica, ^«»r""a// ■ ■ 1678 

/\^ 3507 Bocage (Madame do) Letters concerniog Eng- 

I - land^ 2 vol. ■ — 1771 

^ ^ ^^08 Bodly (Sir Thomas) Genuine Remains 1705 

^ ^ 3S°9 Soke of Prefidentes, b. L by R. Grafton 

^! i^ 3PO ^' ^' by W. Powell 

^35 1 1 Boliiigbroke (Henry St. John) Letter to Sir W. 

Wyndham — — — 1753 

lyz , 1753 

3513 — — on Spirit of Patriotifm 1752 

4\ ^ JX y\ 0° the Study and Ufe of 

Hiftory, 1752. Anfwer to Ditto by Lord 
Walpole — — — 1763 

15 'J -■ Remarks on the Hiftory of 

England — — 1747 



Hijlory, 

QIJARTO. 

I / 3*516 Bouquet (Henry) Account of th« ExpeditloR 
1 againft the Ohio Indians, ;&/^/;/ 1766 

/ / ' 35 '7 Bower (Archibald) Hiftory of the Popes, 7 rol. 

/ \:2-\ iS*^ Brand (John) Hiftory xA Newcaftleupon Tyne, 

2 \o\. platts — — »789 

I i ^3(^9 Brewfter (Samuel) CoIleAanea Ecciefiafiica 1752 

4 1 ^3f*° " (John) Hiftory of Stockton upon Tecs» 

I platts 1796 

^1^3521 Briftol Charters — — 1736 

/J 35** Britaine's Buffe, by E. S, 1615 

/^ ^ 3523 Bromley (Henry) Catalogue of 'Britifli Portraits ' 

\ ^ ' >793 

f /J\6^i^A Bruce (James) Travels^ 5 vol. //«/// EMn, 1790 



//y^tfijyH— Quarto.' I^y 



/ 

/J 



/ 



^Ijaj Bryant (Jacob) on the War of Troy. Wake- 
field's Letter to Ditto,. 1797 
^3526 Buchan (bpecch of the Earl of) on Plan for the 
Peerage of Scotland — Edin, 1780 

3527 BuckinghamJhire (Sundry relative, to) 

3528 Burke (Edmond) Effay towards an Abridgment 
of Engliih Hiftory, with MS. Account of 
the fame 

3529 Burn and Nicbolfon's Hiftory of Weflmoreland 
and Cumberland, 2 vol. — — . . 1777 

S\ 5530 Buching (A. F.) Geography, 6 vol. //«2i*i 176*^ 
/6 35.51 Byfliop (John) Beauciful Bloffomes, A. A 11577 
J 3532 Csfar's Commentaries, ttanflated by^ Golding^ 
I h* I. — — — 155^0 

•i \ 6 35 J3 Caii de Antiquitate Cantabrig^i^enfis '574 

^ 3534 Callis (Robert) on Sewers 1647 

3S35 Cambridge Graduates (Catalogue of ) 1800 

353^ — — (Richard Owen) War in India, plat€i 

J': 3537 Camden (William) Remaines — — 1605 

4\ /j 3538 — — portraU 1657 

/ 3C39 Camdeni et lUuft. Virorum Epiftolae, cam Vita 
Camdeni, per The. Smithe — 1691 

^1 /j 3540 Campanelle (Thomas) Advice to the King o£ 
Spain for attaining univerfal Monarchy ,wlLh 
Preface by Prynne — — ^^%<) 

/ S' 3^4 '' Campbell (John) Political Survey of firitato, x 

I I ^...w. vol. . — ■ _ 1774 

/ Wl 3Li(k* Campion (Edward) Conference with A. Nowell 
'■ . and William Dacie, b.l. — *5Sj 

I ^ 3543 Canterbury (Survey and Demand tor Delapida- 
I tions in the See of) — ^— 17. 7 

/' 354* Capper (lames) on the PaflM;e to India 1783 
/35.4S Canal (intended) from the Tent to the Merfey, 
'/ ■ piaus. 

^ 3t5.47 Carew (P.ichard) Survey of Cornwall 1769^ 
^ / 3148 Carletou (George) thankful Rennembrance of 
Y ^ God'a Mercy, front. 6yC. Pa/s 1624 

^ 3549 Carftares (William) State Papers £Ji>i, 1774 
T. 3550 Cartwright (J.; Preacher's Travels 161 1 



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3fji Charles (Prince) Arrival at Madrid, and Joyful/ 

Returne — — — • 1623^ 

^335« — (King) the Firft no Man of Blood 



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worth, 1692* Ludlow's Letter to Diuo, 

1692, and 9 other fingle Trails on the 

I *'' fame 

s\ /^3554 Charleton (Walter) Stone-Henge, pUu i66j 

: ^^3555 Charmilly, Refutation of Edwards Survey of St. 

Domingo —1... i797 

/ ^556 Checke (Sir John) True Subjeft to the Rebel 

1641 
^ 3557 Chefliire (Sketch for a new Hiftory of) flau 

*77i 

1/3558 Chichele (Hen.) Vita Oxom. 1617 

./f 3559 Clarendon's Hiftory of King Charles IL 2 vol. 
yi 3560 Clarke (Edward) Letters on the Spani(h Nation 
j •■• ■ x76j 

;^| ^3$6i Colynet (Ant.) Civlll Warres of France, i, U 

j1 /^3562 Confctt (Mathew) Tour through Sweden, cut$ 

178^ 
^^3563 Confpiracie by Hocket, Coppinger andAxthing- 

ton » '^2' 

/ d'^ J564 Cook and King's Lad Voyage to the South 
I Seas 3 vol. /r^ #<///. 1784 

/^' .^ 3565 ■ 3 vol. witb 

' hi\i&^o\»oiplat€StJirJi and <very fine imprefftent 

1784 
y/ 3566 ■- f Jc^n) Account of the Earl of Sandwich's 
Voyage round the Mediterranean, pUttt 

'799 
35675Cope (Sir John) Proceedings Relative to 

( '749* 

\ 3568)Cooper (Thomas) Epitome of Chronicles, b, /, 
I 1569^ 

j^ ^3^69 — • — Admonition to the People of 

L_' _ England 15^ 

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I / 357'^ Philoftratus Concerning the Life of Appollonias 
I I Tyvaneus, by Charles Blount Land t6oQi 

y|^ 357* Playfair (James) Syftem of Chronology , //<j/« 
I ' Edinburgh fji^ 

/jr .^57* P^ow'Jen (Edmund) Repoits, portrait 

1 Lottd, 1761 

/A 573 Plutarch's Lives, by Thomas Noth 

Lond. T785 
y 3 /A - 357+ Pococke (Richard) Defcription of §the Eaft, z 
\ I vol. in 3, plates, half^bound^ uncut 

Lond. 1 74 J 
\ ^ /jSS75 Po^whele |Richard)' Hi (lory of Devonlhire . 
j j Lond '797 

/ 357^ Polano (Pretro Soave) Hfftory of the Council of 

j Trent, by N. Brent 1640 

/ 3577 Pfyo"^ (William) 4th part of tPie Inftitutes of 
the Lawes of England Load, 1G69 

// 3578 Raleigh (Sir Walter) Hiftory of the World 

lb 14 
//• 3579 Ralph (James) Hiftory of England, 2 voL 

i?4.4 
j\ 3580 Rapin (de Thoyros) Hiftory of England, by Tia- 

dal, z vol. heads ■ 1 7ns 

^ 3581 Raftall (William) Statues, b I. 

printed by Barker, Lond. 
^ (p 358* Reports from Committees of the Houfe of Com- 
mons, 2 vol. 

^ 3583 Reynold's (John) Triumphs of God's Revenge 

againft Murder . 2635 

\y 35^4 Roe (Sir Thomas) Negociations Lond. 1740 

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3586 Book of Oaths — — 

^3587 Booth (Nath.) Ged and the King 
358g Bos (Lambert) i^ntiquities ot Greece 

3s8y 



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1689 



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ib. 

/ 3590 Bofman (William) Dcfcription of the Coafl of 

Guinea, f«// — — 1711 

^3591 Bofwell CjamesJ Britilh Effays in Favour of the 

Corficans '■ '7^9 

359a ' ■• Account of Cor£ca, portrait 

'769 

3593 ' ■ Journal to the Hebrides, 1785, 

nottt by J, Reed /ind portrait 
{y 359+ Bouiile (Marquis) "Memofis of the French Rcvo- 

luticn ^ ' 1 797 

• 3,595/^Boulter (Hugh) Letters ■ : 1770 

3590ifjoorget (John) hiftory of the Abbey of Bee 

, '779 

/ 3S97 Bowrrit (T.) Relation of a Journey to the Gla- 
cier$ -1 — NorfwUb iTJS 

Q598yBowdler (Thomas) Letters written in Holland 

[ 17S8 

3$99yBowIes (John) Reflexions on the Political and 

Moral State of Society . ■ ■ ■■ 1800 



y /C 3600 Boy <Je (Henry) Voyages to Barbary, maps 
'^ ^ 1736 
• / 3601 BoyTe (Sam.) Review of the Tranfaftions of Eu- 
rope, 2 vol. — 1747 

^ ^6oa BraJdon (Laur.) on the Partiality of Burnet's 

Hiftory 1725 

Z3603 ■ Propofal for Relieving the Poor 

1722 
/ 3604 Brathwaite(Capt.^ Hiftory of the Revolutions of 
the Empire of Moroc-co ■ 1729 

^ 3605 '♦ I ..I large paper, 

elegant in morocco 1729 

^3606 Bramh.fll (John) the Confecration of Proteftan!: 

Biftjops 1644 

3607 Brand (John) Obfervations on Popular Antiqui- 
ties — ■ • Ne^vcaftle i']'jj 

^3608 — Alteration of the Conftitution of 

the Houfe of Conimons '793 

f\ 3609 Bray (Will.) Sketch of a Tour in Derbyfliire and 

Yorkfhire 1783 

^3610 Brett (Thomas) Hiftory of the World 1732 

/ 3611 Briflbn (M. Do) Account of the Shipwreck and 
Captivity of — — 1789 

361 zJBriftol (John) on the Union — i6.a 

/ 3613^ Britannia Triumphalis |6?4 

36i4^Briti{h Pr^rliamentary Regifter 17^3 

/y 36i5jBritifli Chionologift, 3 vol. 1775 

/ 3616 Brockweil ^Charles) Hiftory of Portugal 

17*6 

^3617 Brome (James) Travels i'707 

J, 3618 Bromley Remarksin Travels thro France and Italy 

J 3619 (Sir G.) Rjjyal Letters,//*//// 1777 

3620iBrome (Ralph) Impeachment of Warren Haflings 

\/i ( *75o 

j 3621) Brook (Sir Rob.) Reading upon the Stat; of Li- 

' mitations ^ 16^-, 

I 36a2iBrowr< (T.) Mifcellanea Aulica 1702 

/ 3623^ — (Ed.) of the Coffacks 1672 

/ 3624—— — (Sir Thomas) Chrillian Morals 1756 

^ 3615 Pofthumous Works, /ar/M/V 



l6t HiJipry,^OQ.di\Q, 

(^^3626 Bruce (James) Travels — — 1790 

! 3617 1' (Alexander) Inflitotions of Military Law 

j\/ \ 1717 

^ ^ 3628^Brydall (John) Short View of London 1676 

,^ /^ 3629 Brydone (P.) Tour through Sicily and Malta, z 

vol. . 1780 

A /j 3^10 Brydfon (Thomas) View of Heraldry 1795 

J) ^ 36 j I Buchanani dejure Regni apud Scotos Edin. 1 580 

3632) Rerum Scoticarumcurae Jac. Maen 

^{J [ »76* 

3633)Buchanan (Geo.) Hiftory of Scotland, 3 vol. 

V platet — — — 1733 

/ ^3634 (Notes on) 

by Crawford — '— Edin. 1708 

1 i /Z^i5 (John Lanne) Defence of the Scot*, 

1 I Highlanders — — — '794 

' /^3636 Buck'sAntiquities (Index Map to) 

^3637 Buffier'sJ^'irft Truths 1780 

1 ^1 ^ 3638 Bulkeley and Cummins Voyage to the South Seas 

! I ^ »745 

^ 3639 Bulfirode (Rich.) on the Rc'gns of Charles L and 

IL ^ 1721 

364o)Buonaparte in Britain 

V 3641 >» ■ Intercepted Letters, 1799. Hiftory 

' of the Deporta' ions to Guiana, 1800. New 
Memoirs of Ditto, 1799. Original Letters 



J 



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from the French Army in Egypt, 1800 
364a Burbury (John) Relation of a Journey of my 

Lord Howard from London to Vienna 

1671 
364?;Burchett (Jofiah) Tranfadions at Sea 1703 

3644? ■' : ri.with Juf- 



tification of his Naval Memoirs 
/ 3645 Burges (Jas. Bland) on the Law of Infolvency 

; '783 

y 3646 Burke (Edw.) European Settlements in Ametica, 

3 vol. 1760 

/I ^3647 Burn (Richard) Juftice of the Peace, 3 vol. 

J. 1764 

J 3648 — Ecclcfiaftical Law, 4 vol. 



:f^9- 



Poor Laws 



.2./^, 



1767 
1764 



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^3651 —— (Gilbert) Effay on Q^iieen Anne 1695 

^^52 — — — . Vindication of the Cdnftitutioa 

ofScotland — i??} 

3653/ ————— Effay on Government 1718 

3654J — — — — Letters on Switzerland 1724. 

'4 ^ 3655 " '■■ own Time, 4 vol. mcq, MS. 

1 ^ ; Notes by J. Reed 

' / 3^56 Burr (Thomas Benge) Hiftory of Tunbridge 

Wells — — 1770 

^3657 Burrifli (Owen) Batavia lUuflrated '742 

^3658 Burroughs (Samuel) Legal Judicature in Chan* 

eery — — 1727 

^ 3659 —— on the Office of Matter of 

the Rolls -^ — 1722 

3660 Burton (Robert) on the Prefent State of Londoa 

1730 

3661 -— ■ — - 1684. 

^3662 — Court Favourites 1706 

-?' ^ 3663 Bufbegunuis (Aly) Four Epiftles concerning his 

Embafly in Turkey — — *794 

(^^3664 Bufvvell (John) Account of the Knights of the 

Garter — — *757 

^ 3665 Butler (Charles) on the Legality of Impreffing 

I i >778 

I ;? 3666 (Weeden) Memoirs of Mark Hiddefley 

1799 

^3667 Junior (Weeden) Zimao the African 1800 

^3668 Butcher (Richard) Survey and Antiquities of 

Stamford in Lincoln an^ Tottenham High 

Crofs — — — 171^ 

3669)Byng (Sir G.) Account of an Expedition to 

^ ( Sicily — — 1739 

3670J ;| 1739 

367iiCalamy (Edmund) Abridgment of Baxter's Hif- 
/ ( tory — — — 1702 

3672^ — — — - Letter to Archdeacon Echard 

i , t7i8 

1^^3673 Calthorp (Sir H.) Reports on the City of Lon- 
don — — — *6j5 
^3674 Cambridge Univerfity Calendar for i8o» 
] /i 3675 — (Accurate Defcription oi) platet 



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Hiftarj.'-'QELxvo, 



^y'3676 Camdea (Guill.) Britannia — I590 

J? ^3677 "~ — Anoales Lugd, Bat. 1639 

/ 3678 Campbell (Donald) Narrative of Extraordinary 
Adventures — — 1796 



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^6'j^)-~ — — (Archibald) on the Government of Eng 

3680J. 

3681 



(John) on the Sugar Trade 

Prefent State of Europe 



1705 
1763 
1761 
1746 



3682 Cape Breton ( Advantage of ) 

3683 Carleton (George) Hiftory of Two Wars againft 
France and Spain — — !74i 

^ 3684 Carlifle (Earl of ) Three Embaffies 1669 

/ 3685 Caron (Francis) Dcfcription of Japan and Siam 

1671 
3606 Carr (William) on the Government of Germanie 

1688 
3687 Cart (Jane) Copies of thie Deeds, Will, and Co- 
dicil of — — 1761 
^1 ^3688 Carter (Edmund) Hiftory of the Univerfity of 
I Cambridge — — 1753 
2\ 3689 Cartes (Thomas) Colleftion of Letters, a vol, 

I »739 

3690jCartwrIght (John) Commonwealth in Danger 

6 \ , '79? 

3691^ — — Algis — — 1804 

3692 Cary (Sir George) Reports in Chancery 1665" 

3693)Cafe of the Royal Martyr, z vol. _ 1758 



/ 



3694( " of not taking the Oaths in Popilh Re- 

1 cufancy — 1717 

j 3695/——- the Bankers and their Creditors J 675 

/ ^3^96 Cartel (Charles) Political Annals, 2 vol, i76« 
I X 3697 Caftlc of Oiranto, ^or/rai/ — — 1715 

^' ^ 3^9^ Caftlemain (Earl) Account of the War between 
I , the Englilh and Dutch — — 167a 

A 3699 — — 

] 1 Venetians and Turks — 1666 

j <^370o —'- * 1666 

^2 V 3^°* Catalogue of the Lords, Knights, and Gentlemen 

1655 
j y 3702/ ■ — 500 Celebrated Authors 1788 

X 370 5J 1788 

1_^ 370f . -^ — — interleaved 

-^ z> ^ in 4 vol. — — 1788 



Wj^arjf.— Oftavo. i6| 

/ 3705 Catalogue fnewj of Living Englifh Authors, 
"^ Vol. I. — — 1799 

^ 3706 — of all Graduates -in Divinity, Law, 

I and Phyfick — — Oxford lyjt 

^] ^3707 — — of the Dukes, Marquefieg, Earles, &C 

164* 

^ 3708 Cantaneo's Strength of the Spirit of Laws 175 J 

/ /37°9 Catrott's General Hiftory of the Mogul Empire 

1709 
/ ^3710 Caufe between Charles Sturt, Efq. and' Marquis 

of Blandford — 1801 

^3711 Casfaiis (Julii) Portus Iccius Oxen. 1694 

j2, 37 «* Caefar, tranflated by Golding, i. I, title laanting 

2 6 37 '3 Chalon's Hiftory of France, % vols. 175* 
J _ 3714 Chamberlayne (Edward) prefent State of Eng- 
land -■ . — 1669 

3 37 '5 • * Great 

Britain, third edition — — 171JP 

-^. 6 3716 ' ■ ■ ■ ■ I 5th edit. 1723 

^S7«7 8th edit. 1738 

J>. ^<.37i8 — — — — 37th edit. 1748 

I C 37^9 Chamberland on the Manners, &c. of the Greeks 
i Oxford x't^if. 

^3720 Chancel (A. D.) Journey over Europe 1714 
^3721 Chipman (Thomas) on ihe Roman Senate 

Camb. 1750 

^ 372* Charlevoix's Letters to the Dachefs of Lefdi- 

guiere — -— 1767 

^ 3723 Charles Stuart and Oliver Cromwell united 1653 

±. 3724 ' '■*• 

■f 37*5 — ^^ Firft, his CharaAer, with portrait 

1660 
/ 3726 — — . the Second's Prcfervation af:er the Bat- 
tle of Worcfcfter — — 1766 
/ 37*7 Charter of Confirmation grantee^ by Charles IL 
to the City — — 1769 

^'^3728 — — Romney Marfh — 1686 

/ 3729 Chelfum (James) Remarks on Gibbon 

Oxford 11 ",% 

/ 3730 Chevalier's Difcourfe of Duels — 1724 

, ^ 375 J Chevreau's Mirror uf Fortune .. 1676 



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lion, b. I. — — 15.54 

^3733 Chronica Juridicialia — — 1685 

3734 Chronicle from Brute to this Day, b, I, 1559 

^3735 Chronologift of the prefent War 1797 

^ 3736 Cities great Concern, of Honour and Arms, 
whether Apprcnticefhipcxtinguiftieth Gentry 

—front. — 1974- 

3737 Churchyard (Thomas) Report of the Taking of 

Mac kit n in F landers ^ b. I. IS 80 

3738;City Law 1658 

3739) Biography ■ '799 

3740 Claiicarde's Memoirs, large paper, cnly i^ocopitt 

printed — 172* 

^741 Clarendon's Hiftor}-^ of the Rebellion, 7 vol. 

Oxford 1705 

' 73741 vindicated by Burton 1744 

•inAX ■ Wars in Ireland 

1721 

^374^ — Valuable Pieces, Vol. I. 1727 

^37^g ..__ — Chara£lers of Eminent Men 1793 

^3746 — (Henry Earl of) State Letters,* 

vol. — — Oxford 1765 

/3747 Clubbe (John) Hiftory of Wheatfield, &:c. 2 vol. 
■* I^ftufch 

^3748 Cockburn (John) Travels — >735 

•3249 Colden's Hiflory of the Five Indian Nations, 2 
vol. ~ — ?7S5 

A 37go Colleftanea Curiofa, 2 vol. — 1781 

^^3751 Jurrdica, 2 vol. — 179' 

/J 3752 Cole ^Thomas) on Luxury, &c. — 1761 



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375S Coryat (Thomas) Crudites, pUttt and portrait 

1611 



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The Odcomhian Banquet, and Thomas Co 
ryate's Traveller from Afmere, original edit. 
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375? '—-^~-''Tn.vt[\tr,facJimileeJit. cuts 1616 

See the Manujcript Notet in thefe three volumes, 
3756 Coverte (Robert) Voyages and Travels, b, h "^ 

1612 

4^3*'S7 Court Leet, and Court BaroD (Order of) 1650 

37 j8 Coxe (Wm.) Memoirs of Lord Walpole, portraits 

i8o2 

3759 Crawfurd (Geo.) Hiftory of the Shire of Ren- 
frew ■ PaiJIey 1782 

3760 Cromwell (Oliver) Hue and Cry after, and 6 
fingle Trafts relative to ditto 

^3761 Crompton on Courts i>94 

^A ^3762 Crowne(Wm.) Relation of the Travels of Tho- 
i mas Lord Howard, Earl of Arundell ^637 
uT 3763 Cunningham (Alexander) Hiftory of Great Bri- 
tain, 2 voL 1787 

3764 Dale (Samuel) Hiftory of Harwich and Dover- 
Court. Eflex, plates 173- 

^ 3765 Danet (Thomas) Continuation of the Hiftory of 

France 1600 

3766 Darley (John) the Glory of Chelfea Colledge re- 
vived, curious fronti/piecet very rare 1662 
y^j 3767 Darcie (Abraham) Annales of Queen Elizabeth, 

frontif piece — 1625 

^. /j 3768 Daunce (^Edward) Briefe Difconrfe of the Spa- 
nifh State ' 1590 

/ // 37^9 ^6 ^Bry (Theo.J Narratio Regionum Indicarum 
per Hifpanos, «ra//.^. Set Note. 

Francf. 1598 
/ 3770 Deering (Charles) Hiftory of Nottingham, //a/^/ 

Ncttitigham i 75 1 

/ir 3771 Deliverance of 266 Chriftians by John Reynard, 

* Englifliman, from the Turks 1608 

^j 3772 Dickinfon (William) Hiftorical, Architeftural, 

I Chronographical, and Itinerary of Southwell 

I and Newark, ^/<7/« ' iSoi 

j?( ^3773 Diggs (Dudley) unlawfulnefs of Subjefts taking 

up Armes ■■ ■ ■ 1647 

/ 3774. Diaz (Bernal) Hiftory of the Conqueft of Mexi- 
co, tranflated by Keatinge 1800 
. :f 6 3775 Difcoverie of Dr. Allen's Seditious Drifts 1568 



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3776 Dixon (George) Voyage round the World, //«.'« 

1^89 

/4 3777 Dobfon (William) Defign for Draining the 

: Great Level called Bedford Fens 1665 

// /37?8 Doaglas (James) on the Celt* and other Arms of 

j j the Antients — -— 1785 

1^ 3779 Cafe 

: ^ 3780 Dovvghs (Robert) Coronation of Charles II. 
I 1 660 

/ J 37*' Downfall of Ambition, Adultery, and Murder, 
; , in 3 Sinners, \^^efton, Turner, and Franklin, 

in the Murder of Sir Thomas Overburjr, 
front ijpiece 
37&2 Dralymcni (J. D.) Treatife PraEnetical, by a Pil- 
grim Spaniard ■ ■ ■■ tSQ^ 
/, ^ 3783 Dreadful Newes, or Relation of the Earth-quake 
' at Calabria .... — '638 
^ 3784 Drurie, the Doleful Even Song, or Calamity 
' which befell the Preacher, Mr. Drury, a Je- 
t foite, and the great part of his Auditory, by 
the Downefalle of the Flcore at an Affembly 
in ihe Blackfriers — -»- — 1623 
^ / 3785 Docarel (And. Coltee) Mifcellaneous Paper on 
Engiilh Antiquities 

^3786 • • Hiftoryand Antiquities of 

Lambeth and Croydon, ^/«/#f 1783-5 

' 4 37^7 Durham (Enquiry into the 6ti:te of) 1719 

y ^3788 Dutch Cruellies at Amboyna, (Defence of) with 

the Reply — ^ 1631 

A\ ^3789 -— ■' ' ■ (Second part of) 

platt ; 1665 

^ 3790 Eden (Robert) Jurifprudentia Philologica 

Oxonii 1744. 

3791 ^Richard) Hiftory of Travayle in the Eait 

and Well Indies, 1. 1, rujfta — 1577 

l^j 3792 Edifts for Combats (King ot France) A. /. i6rj 
!/ ^S'93 E'^tnaad- (Thomas) Gangriena -■■ 1646 

"\ / <^ 3794 Eikon Bafilike 1696 

I / 3795 iElJa La:Iia Crifpjs Patavii 1568 

y, ^ 3796 Eliot (Tho.iia^) Image of Governance, ^. /. 1541 

^ 3797 Elly's (Anthony) Trafts on Liberty Spiritual and 

r./i-i * Temporal 1765 



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3798 Elizabeth (Queen) Progreffes and Public Pro*r 
cefTionS) 3 vol. plates, in boards 1788 
^ / 3799 England and Wales (Names of Parilhes, &c. in) 
^ 1668 
3800 England Illuftrated, j vol. plates, with MS. Ac- 
count of the Author 1764 

/ ^ 3801 Englifli Fugitives (Eftate of the) under the King 
of Spain, nuith Sir William Temple's Autograph 

FOLIO. 

/ 3802 Salud, tranHated by Heywood 1608 

/ S' 3^°3 Salmon (Nich.) Hiltory of Effex, aJJii tonal plates 

/ /j-^ 3804 ■' I I ' ■ — — Hertfordftiire, ditto, 

•utith partraits, monuments, vieuus,, printed re- 
ftrtnees, and a/enu laanufcript papers added by 
Mr, Reed Lond» 1728 

/ 3805 Sanderfon (William) Hiftory of the Life and 
^ Reign of Mary Queen of Scotland, portrait by 

Gaywood Lond. x6^b 

^ 3806 ■ " — — fiiftoryof theLifeofKing 

Q^ti^xiti, portrait ■ ' ■ ' ' it» 1658 

^ ^ 3807 Sandy's (George) journey in the Turkilh Em« 

S ire, plates ■ 1 ib, tbfg 

^ _ _ oval (Prudencio) Civil Wars of Spain 

38o9JSegat (W.) Honor, Military and Cixii^-plates 

tSoz 
Jf 3810 ShefTer (John) Hiftory of Lapland, plates 

' Oxford 1674 
j2 3811 Semedo (Alverey) Hiftory of tlie Monarchy of 
China, portrait ' — — — ^— 1655 
/f 381Z Sibbald (Sir Robert) Treatires concerning Scot- 
land — — ^ Editib, 1739 

/f 38*3 —————— Hiftory of Fife and Kinrofs 

ib. 1710 
^4. 3^*4 "■ — ——.——- Hiftorical Inquiries con- 
cerning the Roman Antiquities in Scotland 

Edinb, -707 

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^f ; . Bafil 15-71 

/^ 3817 $kene (Jonn) Expofition of the Teripes 10 B^e^a; 

Ma^ert'aiem — — — Edinb. 1597 

i . / 3_8y8^%y« Trade (Subftanc^o(;he Evidence xja) 1780 

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^,Q ROLLINS (Arthur) Peeiage of England, 8 
o. . (fth*, ypl- *779» wiih Longmate's Su^kiwn^ 
.-> 1784 

/ 38»i 4EQlquboun (Patrick^ 0^1 ^hp PoU<;e 1796 

/ /39»t (t ^ — —- 'Sob 

^ / ?8m '— — "— on the <^omiR/;r«e and PpU^^ o^ t^e 

i^^. ^Thames -^ - 1800 

/\ A 3824 Coluipbus, or Difcov^jiof Aj»«f|f:* i7St§ 

^ 3815 .Cop»exford (T.) Hiitory of Ireland Buhlin 176? 



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33i\6 C«inplai9*pt;jioderj,^ Ji^PF*.^./' Gpt^e 

4 3^1 Coiulainiiie's Journal of.^a Tour to I»ly 

^aA i;piigreye (TkpmaO' PiROpofal fo» N^vi^aW* 

Communication between the Trent and 

,.../ Severn. //•« — -*• 1717 

^3«a9 Connexion (The) being choice CoUeaions of 

, Matters in King Jamc« his Reign 1681 

38}o/Conftitution Francaife Paris ii 91 

^&3ilCook'8 Voyages, abridged, 2 vol. •7*^4 

$83* Coomb** Narrative of the Britilh Embaffy to 
China, 2d edit, by Anderfon i795 



I 



/ 3833 Cooper (George) Letters on the Irifii Ivation 

1801 
/ ^ 38^4 ""^■^^ — * rrho*»*s) Inidtlflitioh relpefting Ame- 
rica . — . — 1 «^ l^g^ 
/ ^ 5835 Corke (Earl 6^) . jLetters from Italy, Notes by 
I Duhcoinbe, MS. Notes by Mr. Reed 1 774. 
.! y 3836|Congrefs at Raftadt : — — 1800 
' 3857JCorrefpondenc6 of Frederic King of Fruflia with 
' U. F. deSuhm — ; — ^ 1787 
/A 3838 Correfpondence oi Sir Robert Cecil jSS^tn James 

VI. — - 1766 

<^3839 Corfica (Defcriptloh of) »7fl/> — 1739 

/ 38^0 Cort^z, or the Conqueft of Mexicpj by Ji H. 

Campe —11 '799 

/ 3841 Cottoa (Robert) Difqourre of Foreign War 1690 
^ /j 3842 Court ahd Kitchin of Elizabeth, or joaa Crom- 
well — — « 1664 

^3843 — — Charafter of King James 1650 

^3844 Cowdry (Richard) Defcriptiou of Curiofities at 
Wilton — — 17J1 

384s;Coxc (Williairi) Ruffian Difcoveries, ^trait 

i ^ ... «787 

3846) Crawfurd (David) Mem^lrs^ Scotland 

, ,, , ^din, 175J 

/3847?Crew (Thomas) Debates bf the Commons 1707 
^ ^ 3848JCriticifm of the City of Paris and the French 

' ^1/^3849 Croke (Alexander) Report of ihp C?^fe of Hor- 
j : ner againft Liddi&fa — i860 

1 / ^3850 Croker (Richard) Travels tbrbugh Spain and 
^ ^ Portugal — . — 1799 

/y ^385^1 Cry of the O^^r ^tdi,fronii/piece and plaiet 
y 3^2 Cumberland (Richard) Letter to Dr. Lowth 

1767 
^380 ■ ■■■ (George) Attempt to defcrbe Hafod 

• 796 

/ 3854. . Anecdotes of Jolio Bona- 

foni — — » , 93 

y 3g^j5 (R.) Saachoraatho's Phoenicjan 

Hiftory — — — 1710 

^ 3856 Dagge (Henry) on Criminal Law, 3 vol. 1774 

XTTT 



17* HiJory.-^O&vio. 

/\/f 3^57 Dalrymplc (Sir John) Memoirs of Great Britaia 

and Ireland, 3 vol. '79o 

y. 3858 — — — (Major Will.) Travels through Spain 

! and Portugal 1777 

J / 3859 (John) on Feudal Property 1759 

jj^ 3860 — ■ (Sir David) Remarks ou Scotland 

177$ 
J' j^ 3861 ' ■ ■■ (Sir James) Colle£llons concerning the 

1 > Scoiii/h Hiftory — — 1705 

/ ^ 3^^2 Bamberger (Chriilian Frederick) Travels in Af- 
! rica — — — 1801 

/ ^ 3863 Danifh Laws (Code of) — 1756 

^ 3S64 Daviea (Miles) Hidoiy of Oxford and Cam- 
bridge — — 1716 

^ 3865 : 1716 

y 3866 - (J.) Ceremonies on the Pope's Death 

i 1671 

^t ^ 3867 Davis (Henry Edward) Reply to Gibbon's Vin- 
dication, 2 vol. — — •'779 
^ 3868 Dawfon (Thomas) Memoirs of St. George and 
j the noble Order of the Garter 1714 
3869JDebate at large between the Houfe of Lords and 
^ ' Commons in 1688 __— 169J; 
387qVDebate» (exaft Colle£tion of) — 1689 

3871 ■ in Parliament, publiflied by Debrct, 7 
vol. — ^ — — 1792 

3872 j> I (Private) in the Houfe of Commons 

170Z 



/ 



3872 J* 

I / »70z 

^ 3873. Debes (Lucas Jacobfon) Defcriptiou of the Ifland 

I I of Foeroe — — — 1676 

3874/Debia (James) Account ot the Religion of^the 

; Mufcovites — — 1710 

1 ^ 3875 Debts of the Nation (Eflay on) 1710 

J\ /i 3876 Decifions in the High Court of Admiralty, 

Vol. L — - i8oi 

/ i^3^77 I^efoe (Daniel) Ways for advancing the Nation 

170a 

/*/s878 De la Croix's Review of the Conftitutions of 

! Europe, 2 vol- — — 179* 

I 3879^06 la Ncuville's Account of Mufcovy 1699 

j ^38801 Delaware Indians. Inquiry into their Alienation 



HiJfory.-'OAa.vo. 173 

^ 5881 Denmark (Account of ) — — 1739 

/ 3882 Denon (Vivant) Travels,by Kendal, 2 vol. i8o» 

/3883 Derrick (Samuel) Letters •— — 1767 

, 3884.) Defcription of thie Seraglio — 1650 

^ g38£J I -Low Countries 1595 

/ ^^ 5886 De Wit (John) Political Maxims 1746 

j> 3887 Dicey (Thomas) Account of Guernfey 1751 

. 388S|Difcourre upon Giants and Redemptions 1700 

/! 3889) of the Confpiracie of Lord Gowrye 

1600 
/^ 3890 Divae (Petri) de Gallic Religicjc Jntsofrp 1584 
/ 3891 Divernois (Sir Francis) Les 5 Promeires i8oi 

/ 389* ■' ' — 5 Promifes 180$ 

3893) Dobbs (Arthur) Remarks on Capt. Middleton's 
^ > Defence — — — 174^ 

389i^Doblbn ( ) Annals of the War ' 

Oxford 1763 

389 J Doftor and Student, b. I. hy Bertblit 1531 

J ^3896 Dodd (J. S.) Hillory of Gibraltar 1781 

_^^ ^ 3897 ■ I- (W.) Beauties of Hiftory 1795 

^, 3898 Doig (David) Two Letters on the Savage State 

179* 
^ /j 3899 Dolemaii (R.) Conference about the Succellion 

to ihe Ciowne of Ingland — 1594. vl 

/ 3900 ^-m^ l68l ' 

y 3901 Dorney (John) Speeches made on the £Ie£lioa 

of Officers for Giouceller 

j> 3902 Douglas (Andrew) Notes of a Journey from 

Berne to £ngland — — 1797 

/ 390} ■■ (Arichibald) Cafes in the Court of Sef- 

fion — — — 1768 

^ 3904 (William) Summary, Hiflorical and 

Political, % vol. — — 1760 

3905)Downing (Sir George) Difcourfe in Vindica* 

/y 1^ \ tion of the King — — 1672 

39o6^Dowii (Aotientand Prefent State of) Duilini'j^'j 

J / 3907 Drake (Captain Peter) Memoirs — ^7S5 '' 

3908 Drummood (William) Review ofr the Govern- 

ments of Sparta and Athens 1794 ' 

^3909 Dryden, Jun. (John) Voyage to Sicily and M<ilta 

1776 
- 3 91 Dtt Bourdieu (John) on the Theban Legion i6y6 



; 



j.^,^ 



174 Hifioty^O&ixo, 

/ /^ ^iif Duchy of Lorraine — 17^^ 

/ 5911 Dugdalc (Sir William) Anticnt Ufage of Arms 

1682 
/ 39»3 ' ' ■ /^. 



/^^ 



3914 Duhalde(P.) Hiflory of China, ^\^^flaht 



»744 



^391^ Duigeoan (Fatfick) of the State of Ireland 

1799 
39i6>Dummer (J<r«) Defence of the New Englana 
/j / Charters — — 172 1 

39i7)Duflcombe (John) Antiqaities oF Recnlver 

'774 
^3.918 Duppa (Rich.) Journa} of Occurrences in Rome 

1799 
C 3$^ 9 Du Pleffis' Memoirs 
2) 3920 Durham (Antiquities of the Abbey 0(7 '767 

^ ^ 9#*> "-^ (Ancient Rites and Monuments of the 

! Cathedral Church oO -^ 1672 

3922yDutch (Sammary and Philofophic View of the) 

^ ., ^7»8 

J923J Drawn to the Life — 1664, 

/' A 39*4 Earbery (Mat.) Vindication of the Hiftory of 

Clemency, portrait — — 1720 

1^25 Earthquake at Lima, fUtet < ." 1748 

^ J9a6 Eadon (James) Human Longevity '799 

^ 3927 Echard (Lautance) Claffical Geographical Die- 

tionary — — 1715 

99^8/ Eden (Will.) 4 Letters to the Earl of Carlifle 
( 1780 

j0g) — Principles of PehaEl Law 1771 

J939)Edift of the Grand Dukeof Tufcany for Reform 
{f \ of Criminal Law "789 



1 






ih. 



3932/ Edinera de Vita Anfelmi Antfoerp 1551 

/ 3933 Eleftion (Rights of) r.fferted « ■ ■ 1769 

3934)Elenchus rootunm nuperorum in Anglix 
6 [ 1649 

893 5/ Ellis (Bonry) Voyage to Hudfon's '^9.y,flatit 

7748 
6 3 93^ Elfyngc (Hen.) Manner of Holding Parliament 






1/^/3937 EJyot (Tliomas) Boke named the Governor^ B^^ 

(^ / 39J8 Emblems of Rarities 1636 

I <fl 39S9 England (Character of) — — 1659 

l^'^394o ' — — _ ib, 

3941) (National Excellencic* of) 1658 

3942/ — Glory, or a Catalogue of Nobility 

1660 

J943 — : ~" ^"^ Wales (Defcriptloa of) 10 vol. 

ittferJtaved with M,S, by Mt\, Retd J769 

3944 (New State of) under Qucea Aoiie 

1707 

J" 6 3945 *nd Wales Defcribed, by Wni. T«14»> 

rvy, cuts -^-^^ - ~"-r"'" ~ *!?** 

J (i 3946 ■■ ■ ■ — Gazetteer, 3 VoK -• ■ 1751 

^ 3947 Englilh Adventures ' — — ibyb 

^3948 Cbronology — — 1696 

^3949 — Marty roliogte 'u- — 15^^ 

^1/39SO -^^ v6o8 

J 3951^ — Mens Lives (Security of) \^x 

v! 39J2( — — — Eafl India Company (Vindication of) 

1688 
^ 3953 Entick (John) Hiftofty pf the War, 5 vol. cuts 

'779 

^ 3954 Epilldla Jacobi Quarfi, 2 vol. &c, 

. . . ' ' Ed'iH. 1722 

^ 3955 Erdefwicke (Sampibn) Survey of Stafford Ihire 
. . . 'I717 

! /39;j6 Efle (C.) Journey in the Year 1795, through 

' -Fiwidejs, &c. ^ -' v*^ 

/ %'^bl &*'«Jyft (John) Gardners Almanac an dPhilofophi- 
cal Difcourfe of Earth — 16^5 

/ 4 395^ .Excurfion to die Lakes iiiii ■; '^IJA 

^ 3959 " " • -" "^ '^■om Pari» co Fontainebieau 1 7^6 

^ 3960 Feudal Law (>3ummary View of) \'jio 

, 3961^ Filajer.( Sir Rob.) Patriarchs — 1685 

/ ^ 3962) '■ — on Government i6g6 

^ 3963 Finett ^Sir John) Choice Obfervations .1656 

y\ ^964 Fitzherbet (Anthonie) New Boke of Jufticss, b. I, 

• A • ^546 



176 Hifiory,^O^ivoi 

<^i^ 39^^ Fleckno (Richard) Relation of Ten Years Tra- 
vels 
d 3967 Fletcher (G.) Hinory of Ruffia 16^7 

/ 439^^ — — — (Andrew) Political Works 1737 

/t 3969 Fleury ( ) Hillory of the Ifraelites 1756 

^ /3970 Ford (Simon) Difcourfe concerning the Mao 
w whofe Hands and Legs lately rotted of in the 

Parifh of Kings-Swinford 1678 

/ 397 1 F'orn>ey» Ecdefiaftical HiRory, 2 vol. i ;66 

/ / 397* F'orfter (I. R.) Travels through Sicily t773 

/ 3973 Fortefcue (Sir John) dc Laudibus Legam An- 
•C". £'** — — — 1672 

/A S974— • '775 

e 3975 —————»—■ — — of the Politique Lawes ot 

Englande, 6,/. — — 1507 

3976 — — — — — — — — AbfoIiUe Monarchy 1714 

^ 3977)France (Defolation of) — '697 

t 3978)— —— Painted to the Life — 1656 

'^ 3979 — — (Charafter of) — 1659 

^ 3980 — ■ ■' ' (State of) — — 1652 



Hijlory, 

QUARTO. 

3981 Enquiry whether St. Peter were ever at Rome 

1687 
39^2 Erondelle's Nova Francia, or Defcription of 
New France which is One Continent with 
America ... .i. 1609 

39S3 Europx Speculum •«> — 1632 

3984 Efle:^ (Robert Earl of) his G\\c^,printtd in ParO' 
dift, 1614. Prattifes and Treafons, by Ditto 
ibci. Eilex's Innocenfy and Honour Vin- 
dicated, //<!/« — — 1690 
/ 3985 ' ■ PraAifes and Treafons 

1601 

/^ 3986 Falconar^David) Journey from Joppa to Jerufa* 

1cm — — I7J3 

3987 Fannant (Tho.) Hiftory of the Memorable Par- 

"TT^zTfL liament which Wrought Wonders 1641 



ffi^ 3gS8 Fenn (Jolm) Letter! of the Pafton Family, f«/x 

' a vol. — — — ij9y 

I y^f 3989 Feme (John) Blazon of Genirie, A/. 1586 

^^3990 ■■ ■ — —. '^» 

j^ 3594 Flaniing Ifland, pr Fire ui the Jfljmd of JFyal 

-^j 399a FIcatiDg idan^, by Frank Carelefs 1673 

^i -^ 3993 Florida (a Difcovery made 011 the Coaft oQ by 

J . Wm. Hihcn — .^ , 1664 

S /( ^9^ Fornication (Effay on improving Ih^Srreflgth of 

Great Bi-itain by) — — 1735 

/ 3995)Forfter (Geo.) Reply lo Mr. Wales, Remarks 

'^ o i ' ,778 

I 3996yFox (John) fiook of Martyrs abridged 15S9 

^ ^ 3997 Frampton (John) Joyfull Newes (rut of the New 

I Found World, *. /. — 1 596 

399CI France (Survey of) i. /. I59i. View of France, 

1604 
3^99 . ■ (Mutable and Wavering Eftate of) 

1597 
^ 4C300 — — — > and Europe (Review of the Affairs of) 3 
voJ. «« — . — 170 J 

Jf 4001 Francklin (Wm.) Hiftory of the Reign of Shah- 
Ailum -^ — — 179S 

^4.002 Fulbecks (Wm.) Law of nations i6oz 

4003 Funeral of Henry Prince of Wales 161 5 

yi / 4004 Gainsforde (Tho.) Hiftory of the Earle of Tirone 
i 1619 

A^ 4005 ■ Glorv of England 1618 

Jn 4006 ■— — — r— 1620 

4007) Gander (Jofeph) Glory of Queen Anne 

/./ \ 1703 

4008) Garrard (Wm ) Arte cf Warrc, finilhed by Hich- 

cock, b J. — — 1^91 

y /j 4009 Geoffrey of Monmouth, de Origine et Geiiis 

Britannorum — — '5^7 

4010] German Hiftory continued, the 7th part 

/ \ ^ 1634 

40ii^Gibbon (F.dward) Expofition of the Motives of 

the Condurt pf the King of France towards 

//^. 4 JEjigland, Fr.andEng^ 1780 

Aa 



^ 






i 



17* 



H^flrjr.-— Folio. 



V 



4012 Gibfon (Matthew) Ancient an<l Prefent State of 

the Churches of Door, Home, Lacy, and 

Hetnpflead — — 1727 

A 4013 Gilbert (Thomas) Voyage from New Soath 

Wales to Canton, cut% — 17S9 

0\b 4°''4 Gillinewater (Edmund) Hiftory of Loweftoft 

f\ 4015 Glafs (George) Hiftory of the Canary Iflands 

»764 

/^ 4016 GIouceft?r (Hiftory of the Military Government 

j of) — — 1647 

A o\6 40x7 Godwin (Francis) Catalogue of Biihops, b. I, 

' ' ! ^ • i6if 

^4018 — — (Thomas) Roman Antiquities i66r 

/ //. 4019 Gough (Richaid) BritiA Topography, 2 vol* 

1780 
i/y ^®'° Granger (J.) Biographical Hiftory of England, 
with Supplement, ^ y^A. boardi 17^9 



FOLIQ. 



^/; 



i 



4021 

40Z2 
4013 

^ 40M 



/^40*S 
//:, i^40z6 

I ,^' c 4027 

j^l 40*8 
^a|^ 4029 



Speed (John) Hiftory of Great Britain, flaitt 

Land, \b\ I 
Spelman (Johan) ^Ifridi Magni Oxon. 1678 
— ■ » - (Sir Harry) Englifti Works, fonrait 

Loud. I'jiy 
STpon (Ifaac) Hiftory of Geneva, fUtts 

Lond. 1687 
Spotfwood (J.) Hiftory of Scotland, porttait 

Loud. 162? 
Sututcs, h. L — — 1327-1483 

Stephen (Henrie) a World of Wonders 

Lomd. 1607 
Stilling0eet (Ed.) Origines Britannicae 

Lond, 1689 

Stow rJohn) Annales, or Chronicle of England, 

i. /. — — Lend* 1631 



( »79 ) 

Si 4^i^ itrad (Famiarias) Hiftory of the Low Countrey; 

I portrait — — ZoW. ;650 

^^ 4031 Strype (John) Hiftory of the Reformation, por* 

I traitt — . — — 172^ 

A 4t)3a ■ ' Life and Afts of John Whitgjft, 

I ptrtreai — -— - Lond. 17 18 

9 4^33 — ' Matthew Parker, 

portrait — — 1^. 1711 

^-^^34 — ' : — — — Edmund Grindall, 

fortreh — — 1710 



? s'r. 



Nineteenth Day's Saley 



Hiftory, 



OCTAVO ET INFRA. 



tor 

/ ^3? Jd ABRIClt/S (Baron) Genuine Letters 1761'' 

^ 4036 Falkland Review- of the Chara^ers of the Iriihf 

Houf6 of Commons <7S9 

/ 4037 Falle (Philip) Account of the Ifle of Jerfcy 

1694' 

y 4038 ; 

'^ I platts -^ — — 1734 

:/ 4039 Family of the Butlers — 1716' 

/^ ^4040 Fardie of Facions, containing the Cuftomes of 

Affrike and Afie, b. I. • < 1555 



,^.^ 



Fatre (Marqvii dc> Memoirs aid Reflexions 



>7«9 



x8o Hifitrj»'^0^9soi 

,^ ^4«jFariner (J.l Hiftory of the Town and Abbey of 

Walthatn, fimm — 17)5 

4^43 Fawlcet (James) Account of Dr. George Seig« 

nior — • — — 168* 

/ ^4044 ^^^^ \^') "^^^^ to t^* fiatavisR Republic 

iSofl 
f 6 4®*5 Fcltham (Owen) Chara^er of the Low Coun- 
j xriea — — — i66» 

j\ /j 4046 Feltham (Johaj Tour to the Ifland of Mao 

1798 

4047('Fennell, Review of the Proceedings at Paris 

404HyFenvnck (Sir John) Proceedings upon a Bill for 

, High Treafon — -^ 1 698 

^4049 Fergufon (Rob.) Proceedings on an Information 

iigainfl Lord Thanet, Robert Fergufoo, &c. 

1799 

y 4050/ France (Confideratiotis on) — 1788 

405 1 l-^a44ti^*,( Commerce anu finances of) '739 

,3\ /40s* ' (Hiftory of- 3 vol. — 1790 

/1^4"53 (Tour through) _ 1789 

/ 401:4 Frafer (James) Hiftory of Nadir Shah 1742 

J 405if Franck (R'cbard) Northern Memoirs 1^94 

/ 4056 Frederick's Defcriptjjm of Corfica '795 

/ -^4057 ————— Code o4' Laws, % vol. 

Edinburgh I761 
_g 4058 French (Account of the Charaflcrs and Manner* 

of tlie) 2 vol; ' ■■ 1779 

J^ 4059 Fulbecke (William) of the Study of the Law 

t6tt> 
^4060 Fullarton (William) View of the Interefls in 
India — . -r _ i-81 

V| 4f^l Garden (^^rancis) Trav^UingMemoraodums 

J. Edinburgh 1791 

49#IE Geo^Ed;) J^fuUf" Memorial — 169a 

4063) Geneva (Prcfent State of) — 

/4«>64(* — — — '— — 

4P6^ Gent (T.) Hiftorjr. of Yorke — 
^ 4060 Gentry (VLndi cation of eke Degree of) 
j /j ^4<fc67 Geojg«aphy and Hiiiory».fpieAed by a Lady, 5/47 
I tMj^ 

_J/2|^^4o68 G«"Wtc iflalth.; A^l*ii«! to a Traveller 
^,. /^ /i^ Oxford \66^ 



1681 

1730 
166^ 



I 



4069 /German Politicks — 

j^oyo) War JConfideratio 

'4071 Germany tt*telent State of) ; 



,"* '74+ 

ations on) 1760 

/ ^ 407 1 Germany t1*telent State of) z vol. T738! 

f 407 z Gibbons (Thomas) Memoir of Ifaac Watt, 

porrrait ■—-.. — 1780 

1^4073 Gibbon (johan) latrodudtio ad Latinam Blafo. 

.. ^ niam — . , — — 1682 

4^4^ I Hiilory of Rome* abridged, 2 vol. 

1789 

/ ^ 4075 Gildas (Epiftle of J /orir/M/ — 1638 

^ ^^j6 (jfldon (Charges) Review of her Royal Highnefa 

the Princefs Sophia's Lecter 
/4' 40177 GiraflEi (Alexander ) Hiftorie of the Revolatioa 
in Naples, 2 parts — ^ >650 

/'/^ ^-jB Gladwin ^Fr.) Epitome of Mahommedan Law 

, ; Calcutta 1786 

yA 40^9 Glanville (Ran.) de Legibus — 1604 

/ 4080 .— — — — (John) on EJetlions — »77C 

4081) Goddard (Wm.) Exiraa from the Seflions Rolls 

/^ Y ofSomerfet — — - 1765 

I 4o8«7Goodail (Walter) Examination of Letters of 

Mary Queen of Scots to Earl Boihwell, 2 vol. 

'754 

/^ ^ 408* Gordon (C. A.) Hiftoryof the Houfe of Gordon, 

morocco gilt Itavts .•• '754 

^ 408^ CAlex.)HiftoryofPetertheGreat, avol. 

Ahtrdtett 1755 

/ 4084 —r Hiftory of Amphitheatre*, cutt 

id. edit. 

// 4085 Gollling (Wm.) Walk in and about Canterbury, 

id* edit, cuts — mm. 1777 

4o86^Government (Tteatife of) — 1703 

/ 4D8jfGiaiy*s Supplement to the Tour ihropgh ' Great 

\ Britain — — tJ%^ 

4088/ ■ " ■■ ■ ■■' «— 11 ■ **"* " 11. I II ^ 1 1 II 

408^ : y— l » ,.. i ■■ I Wi I I \ ] 1 1 1 P I a , i iit m ^ ii»i ; .i» 



^4091 —— Catalogue of A Dtiquitieg. &c. 
3,0,6 



iL 



J8z 



Hi/foty.-^O&iVOi 



^; 409s Gray (Robert) Letters through Germany* Scc2 

'J ^ . ^794 

/j.^ 4093 Greene (George) Relation of Circumftances in 

Lower Normandy daring the Revolution 

i8oz 

4094 J (Edward) Spirit of Bankrupt Lawi 

^ ? '769- 

4095J— — (Valentine) Survey of the City of Wor- 
^ cefter, eun — — 1764 

/ 4096 Greenland (View of the) Trade — 1722 
_j> ^i0^7 Gregory (G.) Effays Hiflorical and Moral 
i . »788 

^4098 ■ ' (John Mack) Account of the Sepulchera 
I of the Ancients — 171s 

/^\ 4099 Gfey (Zachary) Defence of the Antient and 
' Modern Hiftorians — 1725 

i/^/ 4100 Grey (Architel) Debates, 10 vol. 1769 

^i/^^ 4101 Grofe (Francis) Antiquities of England and 
Wales, 8 vol. p/ata 
^ ^4102 — — (John Henry) Voyage to the Eaft Indies^ 
2 Vol. — ^ — 1766 

^ 4103 Grofley's Tour to London, by Nugent, 2 vol. 

i77» 
a 4104 Grofvernor (Narrative of the Lofs of)by Carter* 

'79't and by Dairy mple, 1783 

/^4i05 Grotius (Hugo) Annals, portrait 1665 

/^4to6 Guillatiere's Accountof Voyage to Athens 1676 

y ^4107 Gunpowder Trcafon, with a Difcoorfe of its 

Difcovery — — '679 

^4108 Gurdon's Hiftory of Parliament, 2 VoL 

1731 

J 4109 Haberci (Elias) Partition of the Dominions of 

the Popes — CaUuttm 1790 

^ i^4iio Hagley Envil and the Leafowes (Defcriptioa 

of) 

41 1 r )Hakewell ( W.) on Holding Parliaments 1 67 r 

^{ ^4ii2[-Hale on the Power of Parliaments 1707 

4113) (Matthew) Pleas of the Crown, 2 vcrf* 

1778 

I ^ 4^4114 Halifax and its Gibbet Law, /r«»/< 
IJ^ 41 1 J Hall (J.) on Monarchy <-» 16 jO 



I 



/; 



^4l<6 Hamilton (Charles) Tranfaftions daring the 

Reign of Queen Anne Ediu. 1790 

/I 4117 Hanbury's Hiftory of Charitable Foundatjon* 

I at Church Langton, 1767, with Sermon at 

meeting of the Truftees 

/ 4ii8)Hanger (George) Addrefs to the Army 1789 

^ 4ii9jHanfon's Trial relative to the Railing in the 

Green Park — — i ^99 

4i20\Haaw4)r (Jonas) Account of the Society for en- 

/ couragement of Britifh Troops in Germany 

// / '760 

/ '^ 4i2i\Hardwlck (William) Hiftory of the Third Seffion 

I of Parliament : — 1717 

412%/Harrington (Sir John) View of the Church in 

Queen Elizabeth's Reign — — 165J 

^j 4x23 I II Nugs Antiquae, 2 vol. 

' 1769 

^4124 Hartly Houfe, Calcutta, 3 vol. in one 1789 

4125 HafTel (J.) Tour in the Ifle of Wight, 2 vol. platet 

in aquatint — — 1 790 

(^ 4126 Haftings (Warren) on the State of India, portrait 

^4127 Articles of Impeachment 

againft —— ~ 1795 

:2 4128 Haftings (The) Guide, //«//i ^794 

/^ 4129 Hatton (Sir Chtiftopher) on Ads of Parliament, 

1677 

4i3olHawIes (Sir John) Engliftimans's Right 1764 

413 1| Hayes (Philip) Memoirsof William Henry Duke 

^ of Glouceftier — — 1789 

^ 4132 Hayward (Sir John) Rijght of Succeffion 1683 

/^ ^4133 Hearne (Thomas) Lite of Alfred the Great, 

portrait — — 1709 

/ /^ t4-'34 — "~ Annales iEIfridi, a Wife, 

cunt effigiet ■ 0«o«. 1722 

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nales ■ ih. 1716 

// ,^4'3^' ' I ■— — — Robert de Avefbury Hiftoria 

. /i. 1720 

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Dunftaple, » torn. — — i^. 1753 

Thomas dc Eloiham, chart, 

max. — — ib. 1727 

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torn, — «. ib. i^ix 

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Oxford 1 770 

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nent Antiquaries, z vol. — 1771 

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ik, l'jt% 

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ib. 1736 
Life, Antiquities of Wiridfor, 



Vindication of the Allegiance, and Claren- 
don Family vindicated, in one vol. with/«r- 

^|^4»58 Heath (James) of Loyal Englifh Martyrt 



/ 4159 Heath (Robert) Account of the Iflands of Scilly 

1750 

^ 4160 Hell openM, or the Infernal Sin of Murthcr 

Punifhed — — — 1676 

^ 4i6z/Henault abrege de L'Hiftoire de France, 3 torrf. 

Pari 1768 

/ ^4163 Heme (Samuel) Account of the Charter- Houfe, 

portrait — — — 1677 

/ 4164 Herbert de Rcligione Gentilium ^;w/?. 1700 

^4165 Hereford (Defcriptioii of) — — 1770 

/^4i66 Herodian's Imperial Hiftory 1635 

/ 4167 Heron (Robert) Hillory of Scotland Perth 1794 
4>68l' on the Strength, &c. of the 

/ r Powers at War — 1794 

, 4t69JHerport's Eflay on Truths — 1768 

/j^4r70 Heylin (Peter) Voyage of France 1679 

/Ji^4*7' ' Help to Englifh Hiftory, by 

I Wright, //«/« ■ • 1773 

^i 4172 Heywood (Thomas) England's Elizabeth 1641 

1/1^4173 Hibernica Curiofo, />/ii/^^ Dui/iu I'jSq 

• -^i2^4'74 — — — — - or Antient Pieces relating to Ireland, 

it. 1770 

4l75\Higden (William) View of the Englifh Conftitu- 

/ tion , — — — 1716 

/!<^4i76>Higgon3 (B.) Remarks on Burnet's Hiftory of 

V hi» own Time — — 1727 

4172/ -^ '■ i^' 

4178 ■■ View of Englifti Hiftory 1734 

/l 4179 Hiftorians Guide 1676 

4180 Hiftory of Europe, 14 vol. 1701 to 171 1 

' the he^gue, large paper, front, 1684 

- His Majefty's Illnefs — 1789 

- Charles James Fox — 1785 

- Spain, 3 vol. » ■ - ■ ■■ 1793 
China — —— 175 
California, 2 vol. ^ '759 

-the Minority 1767 

> of Guiana — — 1769 



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QUARTO. 

Green (Cafe of Capt. Thomas) and his Crew^ 
for Pyracy, &c. — — 1 70 5 

— — (Val.J Hiftory of Worcefter, a vol. 
plates 1796 

Grieve (James) Hiftory of Kamfchatk8,./Za/«, 
1 764. Voyages from Afia to America, pub- 
lifhed by Jefferys, wfl/< ■ 1761 

Grimefton (Edward) Hiftory of the Eftate of the 
Grand Seigneurs — ■ 1635 

Guard (Theodore de la) Ample Cobler of Ag- 
gawam in America — — 1647 

Gathrie (William) Englifli Peerage, //<i/#» 1763 
■ ■ Geography, mops tolourtd 

1786 

Gtiynn (John) London and Weftniniler im- 
proved, maps coloured. See MS, Note, rela- 



t^ 



n 



liv«k;to D^. JphoTon's Afliftance in this Work 

1766 
^4197 Habeas Corpus (Argpments on the Writ of) 

1649 
^ 4198 Halftead.(N. B.) Code^of Gentoo Laws 1776 
^1 4199 Hamilton (Count) Memoirs of Grammont, nvitb 
•jt portraits f mcrocco, gilt liatvts* MS, RtmMrit, 



Addtfifoit, ^c. 
y 4200 Hanway (Jonas) Travels, 3 so\, plates 1762 

/j 4201 Hardy (John) Lift of Captains in the Navy 1779 
/A ^4202 Hardyvicke (Lotd) State Papers, 2 vol. boards 

I i77» 

//• 4203 Hargrave (Francis) Law Trails — 1787 

1^4204 Harris (Walter) Defcriptiou of the King's Palace 

at Loo ' ■- 1699 

^ 4105 '■ i ■ ib, 

/^ 4206 Harris (George Owen) Genealogy of King 

1 James — — 1604 

y/1 . 4SO7 Harvvood (Thomas) Catalogue of the Provofts of 

Eton and King's College, Cambridge 1797 



//. J. ^ 



fli^orjf.'-^QQTitio* 187 

J / 420S Hafting's Narrative of the InfarreAion in Bana- 
1 ris Calcutta 1782 

/^'^ 4*09 —Trial, with additional //«/«, Ticket of 

Admifiion, and the following Note by Mr. 
Keed.^This Folume tvas given to me, at the 
requeji of Mr. SrwarJy by Mr» Hafiings, who 
defired it might he tranfmitted to Pqfierity in such 
a manner as ivouU be leaji liable to be loft, I 
knotu Ho better tuaj than to order it to be fold, 
*witb the reft of my Library ; by that means it is 
moft likely to fall into proper hands.^—It deferves 
a ijeryferious attention as a Memorial of National 
Folly, Madnefsy and Ingratitude 

/ 4210 Hatfell (John) Precedents in the Houfe of Com- 
mons — «_ _ xj%i 

/ 4211 Hajr (Richard) Origin of the Family of the 
Stewarts — — — 1781 

/4 4212 Haward (J.) Lives of the Three Norman Kings 

1615 

3: — Life and Raigne of King Henry IV. 

1599. Hiftoria; Brytannica;, a Jean Prifco 

1 523 

:/1^ 4214 Henry VIL j(The Wiil of)publiihed by Thomas 

J Aftle ,775 

f" 4215 -T 1 — *- ib, 

2 . /j 4J16 Herodian his Hiftory of Twenty Roman Qefars 
and Emperors — — — -•— . \(>zq 

/o 4217 Herodotus (Famous Hiftory of) ^. /, 1584 

^ 4218 Heylyn (Peter) Survey of tha Eftaie oF France 

1656 

^ /i 4SI9 — — of St. George, /TO*/. 1633 

/ 4220 Hickeringill's Jamaica Viewed r705 

4Z2£\Hird ^W.) affeftionate Tribute to the Memory 

_•;? ( of Dr. John Fothergill — 1781 

4222)Hilloria Orientales, Haylikoni Helmftadii 1585 

:2 ■ /j 4**3 Hiltorical Defcriptionoftheraoft FamoosKing. 

1 doms and Common Weales in the World 

1603 
/! ^ 4224 Hiltoire de Louis XL Roy de Francis, portrait 
! 1620 

' 4225 Hiftorie of Great Britannic iCoi 

/, 41*6 II— the Court of the King of China 



/r /j»i^''\ 



i88 



IItJicry,*^Q^&xlo. 



/ 



4227 Hirtory of fhc Great Emperor Tamerlanle 1597 
^4Z28 the Quarrels of Pope Paul V. with 

the State of Venitfe — - 1626 

^4229 —the Britifli Dominions in North 

America — — 177 J 



/J 

/ 



A/ 4430 Hiftorical Defcription ot the Conqueft of Buda 

■i 1686 

/ / 4231 Hodges (William) Travels in India, plates m 

board$ — >— ■ *79J 

4232 Hollaiul's Leaguer, /roMT. 1632 

4233 Holwell's India Trafts — — 1764 

4234 Hornby (Charles) Three Letter s^ containing Re 
/^ ^i marks on fome of the nua»berlefs Errors and 

De/eSs in Dugdale's Baronage, 8vo. interleaved 
nvitb nuriiing paper ^to./ize, with MS. additions 
by the Author, original Letter from him to 
John Anftis, and Note by Mr. Reed. 
i -^ ^235 Howard (David) Anciennes I^ix des Francois, 

1 I 2 torn. — Rouen 1 766 

r^i<^4236 — — ' — (Leonard) Letters and State Papers, 2 
^ vol, in I — — — — 175& 

^ 4237 (John) on Prifonj, />/«/«/ 1784 

^^^4238 «-— — on Lazarettos, plates 1789 

j ^'^4239 Howgrave (Francis) Ancient and Prefent State 
I of Stamford, //fl/tf ■ 1726 

/ ^^4240 Hooke's Obfervations on the Senate of Rome 

1758 
4241 Hume (David) Hiftory of Great Britain, Vol. I. 

Edin. 17J4 

' /'. /f 4243 Hunting of the Foxes from New-Market and 

Triploe Heaths to White-Hall 1649 

4243 Hingberts (Adrian) Corner Stone la^d towards 

the Building of a new College for Phyiicians 

in London — — — 1675 

4*44 J^'*'^^ (John) Arraignnjent and Execution of 

i66« 
4145'*—— (King) the Sixth of that Name King of 
Scotland, and Queen Anne his Wife, into the 
. Towns of Lyeth and Edenboroughj ill of 
.^ ^ — V May, ^. /. —i icQo 



i 



/I 



^j 



TraSu 189 



FOLIO. 



Af 4.246 Trafts, viz. The Happy future State of Eog- 
land. The Obligation refulting from the 
Oath of Supremacy — 16S8 

y. V 4»47 — — London Spy, Vols. L and IL m 17 

"^ 1 I parts, 1698*9. Sots' Paradife, or Humours 

' * of a Derby Alehoufc, 1698. Frolick to Horn- 

Fair, 1700. Poet's Ramble after Riches. 
The Rambling Rakes and Inlinuatiog Band, 
1700. Walk to Iflington, 1699. ^^^^ ®^ 
Divorce between the Duke of Norfolke and 
Lady Mordant, and 19 other, in one vol. 

^ 4248 — — ■ chiefly Political (14) 1744, &c, 

y y^ 4*49 — — relating to Ireland, chiefly ^n^ie 

leave$, and 'very curious, 1 689, &c 

^ ^ 4*50 — Cafe of Monopolies by the Eaft India 

I Company, 1689. Trial of Robert Lowick 

1 . for Confpiracy to aifaflinate King William, 

I 1696. Bxamination of the Birth of the Pre- 

tender, and 20 other, chiefly Political, in one 
vol. 
4251 > ■ — - (State) in the Reign of King 

/^ t Charles II. 1689 

4x52 jL . Rye Houfe Plot, luith plate of the 

^ heu/e — — — 1685 

^ ^ 4*53 Sherlock's Option, 1756. Cafe of 

the Methodifts dated. Vindication of the 
Dutch Weft India Trade, Amfi. 1759* &C. in 
one vol. 
y^ 4254 — — on Weights and Meafures, 1744-50 
/^, 4255 - Trial of Hickeringill, 1681. Confeflion 

; of Lieutenant Stern for the Murder of Thomas 

1 Thynn, 1681. and feveral other Tryals, &c. 

i in one vol. 

y/^ 4256 NichoU's Original Letters, addreflTed to 

1 i Oliver Cromwell, 1743. Morrice's Life and 

! Death of the Earl of Orrery. Depofiiions o.f 

Titus Oate>, nuith lubole length portrait in the 
pillory, Tryal of Lord Byron, 1745. Ditto 

, 1 of Earl Ferrers. Ditto of the Rebel Lords, 

/^ .2^. <— Ditto of Elizabeth Canning, &c, in 1 vol. 



^ ^ 42J7 Trafts, The Naked Truth, 1681. The Errglife 
7 j " Gazette, No. I, 1680. Smith's Couraiit In- 

I tclligence, No. 15. Meratriut In/ermus, No. 3. 

The Mercury, No. 174, 1678. The True 
Domeftick Intelligence, No. 40, 1670. The 
Proteftant Domeftick Intelligence, 1679. Poor^ 
Gillian, or Mother Rtdcap*s Advice, 1677. En- 
tertainment of the Duke of York at Merchant 
Taylors' Hall by the Artillery Men, O^ober 
1679. The Petitioning Cornet. The Tri- 
umphsof Juftice ovcrUnjuft Judges, 1681. 
The very Btggar, Petition againft Poferyy 
euriotts front* and upwards of lao curiousr 
Tra^, in i vol. 



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Hifiory, 
OCTAVO ET INFRA. 



LOT 



r 4*58 TTlSTORYcfthe Cathedral Church of Sali(^ 

Jrl bury 1723 

£ 4»?9 Hiftory of Salilbury 1771 

1^4260 •— — Chancery — — — 1726 

^1 ^}6i -"^ — and Antiquities of Scotland 1769 

y ^262 —— Scotland 

^'4363 — Revolt ot AliBcy — — 1783 

^ ^264 Europe, by Sir William 0*Dogherty 

j >788 

y ^265 Modarn Enthufiafm —— I7f7 

^ ^266 — Mecklenburgh — 176a 



^. //. ^J 



A /jp.S'] Hiftory and Antiquities of the Four Inns of Coart 

1780 

^4268 ■ Revolution in Ruflla in 1762 

Load on 1797 

/ 4269 (Secret) of the Armed Neutrality i-j6x 

/4270I — — of William Stephens — ^^759 

^427ij — — the Lower Empire, by Le Beau 1770 

^ 4272 — — France, by Velly, tranflated by Nugent 

1^4273 "— the prefen^arliament 1711 

A 4274 — — the Revolution in Sweden £«^/>r. 1776 

2^ 4*75 and Antiquities of Tewkclbury 1790 

^^^4276———— Long Livers 1722 

/ 4277 ' > — the Parliament of England, from Ray- 

nal 1751 

(^4278 Hofpitalis St. Eljzabetha 1786 

/ 4279 — Sevarambians — 1738 

/ 4280 Cuftoms, Aids, &c. — 1 761 

^ 4281 — — Friar Gerund, 2 vol — 1762 

^ 4282 — — Eaft Indies, 2 vol. — I75<7 

/ 4*^3 — _ avoL — 1744 

^ 4284. —— the City of York, 2 vol. 1788 

J ^ 4285; — — — Cathedral of York, 2 \o\,plates 

1768 

/^4286 — Rochefter Cathedral 1717 

^ ^4287 ' Rochefter, ^/a/f/ — 1772 

y <;^4288 ■ ■ '■ Winchefter, 2 vol. //a/« 1775 

^4289 ' ■ Parliament 170* 

^4290 ' ' ■ Defigns and Confpiracies again ft hia 

MajefUes Perfon and Government 1693 

,4291; ib, 

- ^ 4292 ^ — Knarefborougb, with Harrovvgate, by 

Hargrove, p/ates 1 789 

4293/— ——— Europe, by Gibfon — 1727 

-2 4294J the City of Exeter, from Hooker, 

^ Izacke, &c. 

^4*95 Triumvirates — 1686 

/ /^ i^2g6 Maurice Count Save, 2 vol. 1753 

y 4297 Scotland, by Drake — 1703 

^4.298 i Edin. ijbo 

^ // 4.2j,'9 Glafgow, by M'Ure, alias Cambel, 

"^/X— portrait " — 173O 



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I /4300 Hlftory of Barbadoes — 



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^4303 " 
4304;- 

4305)- 
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/ 4307 - 
1^1 4308 . 
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^ 43'3 • 

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l/i 4323 



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Ayder Ali Khan, 2 vol. 
Bedford Level 
France - 

the Happy Revolation 



1768 
1784 
1685 
1671 
1715 



- — the latter Tymes of the Jewcs, b, /. 1 567 



Genoa, 3 vol. 

the Tartars — — 

Chriflina Queen of Sweden 



1751 

1679 
1766 
16(8 




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A3i^ 



6 



. Cardinals, pertrait — 

•__ Monfteur Bertla ^ 
— - — Fortunatas — Dublin 1778 

the Feuds of the Clans in Scotland 

Gla/gonu 1764 

His Majefty's Affairs in Scotland 

1649 
_. . thePifSs £ii«. 1706 

Rebellion in '1745 Edin, 1748 

Cardinal Mazarine — 1773 

French Prophets — 1709 

—.— the Confpiracyof the Spaniards again 11 
Venice — — Gla/goiv 175* 

-.m——- Henrietta Maria — « 660 

-I the firft Fourteen Years of King James 

\, frontifpiece — — 1692 

.— -— . Confpiracy againft the King 1696 

Parliament at Weftminfter 1700 

of Mufkovie — 1674 

the Commons Warre of England, 

1662 

Kvi^\z, Jronti/piett by Mar/hall 1643 

Portugal — — 1661 

Henrietta Princefs of England 1722 

- Tottenham High CroCs 1790 

George a Gieen Pindar, of Wakefield, 

cuts ~ — — i7»5 

Hiflorical and Genealogical Account of the 

Family of Greville, /■«// — 17^*^ 

, — Account of Hugh Peters, 1751. Cafe 

of Ditto; and Pithy Exhortation to the 
Watry Generation, aboard their Admiral at 
Gravefend, by Ditto — 1649 



Hr/lorji^OSkaLVO, 193 

/4353 Hillorical Extrafts relating to the LiVfs, Set. 1769 
y /^334- ^— — i— Review of the Government of Pen- 
fylvania — — — '759 

/f^^iS ' " " View of the Conftitution, &c. of Ge- 

neva -1- — 1784 

^4336 — — Relation of theRohiUa Afghans 178S 

4337) ' Survey of the Lofles of the French 

r Nation in Population, &c. ^- 1799 

4^j8''— ..__ Sketch of the French Revohitidii 1792 

4^^^ .^— Enquiry into the Evidence again ft 

Mary Que^n of Scots . — EJin, 1772 

1 4340 — • — Account of Sturbridge Fair, with i 

'•^\ Nundinae Sturbrigienfis, i/Oi^ with copious 

I Aecotni in MS. by Mr. Reed, relative to the , 

fame 

y 4J41 — -_ Accouatof theDifcovery of ihe'Ifland 

I of Madeira — » — 1750 

3\ 4342 ib. 

1^4343 Taxes — 172; 

^1^4344 — Anecdotes of the Howard Family 

1769 

^4345 — — — — Effay on the Legiflative Power of 

England, by St. Amand — 1725 

43467——— — Account of the Antient Rights of the 

/ ^ ) Parliament of Scotland — 1 703 

4347)— — .«—. and Philofophical Sketch of the Dif- 

coveries and Settlements of Earopeans in 

America — — £<//«. 1799 

434*) — Account of ChurcA Government in 

^ y Great Britain and Ireland -> 1684 

4349J i Defcription of the Country and River 

of the Amazones, in America, map itSi 

/^4350 — Account of Hungary — 1717 

J' 4351 — — Defcription of Weftminfter Abbey 

»7<57 
y 43^2 II I - I ■ -- Account of Chelfea Hofpital, //a/^ 

180$ 

I v/:<^4553 — and Genealngicai Account of the Fa- 

I mily of Stewart — 171 3 

/ 43S4 — ~ Account of the Life of James Duke of 

yionmo\Mh, portrait — 1683 

1 / 4355 ...i .r-aM i.— . Pocket Library, 6 vol. Bath 1790 
V.//J . C c 



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Hiffery.^OetAvo^ 



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^^^4356 Hiftorical Remarks and Anecdotes on the Baliile 

1784. 
43$7/Hodg(on (James) IntroduAion to Chronology 

6 \ 1747 

435^ Holland (Defcription of) — — 1743 

4359) Hollis /Lord^^ his Remains -~ i68s 

4300/ Holmes (G.) Sketches of the Southern Counties 

of Ireland, ^/a/^/ — — i8oi 

j7 4361 Hoi well (J. Z.) Imerefling Events relative to 



^4362 



Bengal 



India Trafts — 



1766 

'774- 
1 76 J 

1786 

1760 



J./^ 



0^4363 Home's Eflays on Britifli Antiqaities Edin 

^^4364 Homer (Hen.) Tradlatus Varii Latini 

^^4365 Hood (Nathaniel) Elements of Wat 

. 4366 Hooke (Colonel) Negotiations 

4367 Hornby (Charles) Three Letters, containing 

Reirarks on Errors in DugdaWi Baronagtt 

nuitb plate of genealogies " '738 

/) 4368 Home (Andrew) Mirroiu- of Jnftices 1768 

4369; Hotoman (Francis) Franco-Gallia 1781 

4370?Houlbrook (William) Account of his Sufferings, 

portrait ■ '744 

4371 Houfman (John) Tour to the Lakes, plates 1800 

4372 Howel (Thomas) Journal of Paffage from India 

-^4373 ■ '^' 

4374 ■ I James) Infiro^ions for Forreine Travel 

164Z 

^4375 , m Choice Pieces of Sir Robert 

CottoA — — '167* 

i^4376 (William) Elements of Hiftory 1700 

4377iUalme (Obauiah) on the Engiiih Conftitution 

\ »77i 

4378^Hume (David) Hiftory of Great Britain, 2 vol. 

»7S5 

-^x4379^Hungarian Rebellion «— 167* 

'^ ^ 4S8ojHunter (W.) Account of the Kingdom of Pegu 

Calcutta 1785 

4381 (Chiiftopher) Durham Cathedral 1733 

4382^-— (Thomas) Philofophical Character of 

A^ i Lord liolingbroke 1770 

4383JHutcbcfc/n'9 Pefence of Aotient Hiftorians 

DuiltM 173^ 



u 



y 4384 HutcTiinfonSfi Hiftory of Maflachufef s Bay 1760 

1 ^4385?' (John) Obfervations 

«^ '^4386/ (Ben.) Biographia Medica, 2voK 1799 

(;, 4387 Hutton (W.) Hiftory of the Roman Wall 1 802 

1^4388 Beihyf plat ft 1791 

43 gg .11. I. Journey from Birmingham to London 

1785 
^ 4jgo ■ Hiuoiy of Birmingham, //fl/M 1783 

^4391 Jamaica viewed — — 1661 

4392)James Duke of York. Memoirs of Engliflt 
/ Affairs — - — 1729 

4393\jani Anglorum — — i68o 

43g4/Jardine's Letters from Barbary, 2 vol. 1788 

^ ^ 4395 ^^^^ of *^^ Clownes, or Infurre&ion of Wat Tyler 

1654 
-2] ^4396 Jefferfon (Thomas) Notes on the State of Virginia 

/■^-/'4397 Jef&ey of Monmouth, the Britifti Hiftory 1718 
^/ 4398 Jenkins (David) Works, /ar/rarV 1648 

^jg^ 1.1 Direftory to the Public Peace 

1657 

4400 Jcrfey (Narrative of the Oppreffions of the 
lilanders of; 2 vol. ' ■ ' 1771 

4401 Irapey (bir Elij.) Aofwer to P. Francis 1788 
4402]Index to the Records — — 1739 
4403)Infcriptions on Tombs, &c. in Buohill Fields, 

interleaved with MS. Notes by Mr Reed i'»i7 
4404)Inrpeftions into the late Long Parliament 1655 
44C5rinliiiutes of Hindoo Law CaUutta 1796 

^ , 4406)Internal Policy of Great Britain J 764 

o' iJ 4407J Jones (D.) Secret Hiftory of White-Hall, 2 vol, 

I »7'7 

/ /j 4408 — — (Will.) Effay on the Law of Bailments 

1781 
^ 4409 — — (John) Lawyers unmafked 1653 

4 4410 — — Judges Jadged — — 1650 

4411 John St. John ou the Land Revenue 179.1 



( "96 ) 

Hiflory. 

gUARTO. 

.«,, 44ia)JncliaCon)pany. C»idid Reafons for deprinog; 
( it of the Charter — — 1179 



44 



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/44 
^4415 



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15 • 

J to I- 



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(Ant^ent Monuments of) by Goagh,/M/M 

1785 
(Analyfis of the Political Hiflory of) 1779 

(Charters granted to the) 1756 

77a 
/44i6 Indies (ftrange News from) or Eaft India Paf- 
fagei furiher difcovered by J. Darell 1651 
^4417 Inquifuion (fubtile Pradlices of the) 1615 

^4418 '^. ib- 

(7 4419 InHraflions to the Mafter and Counfell of the 

' Court of Wards and Liveries 1610 

/ /J^^to Jones Hiftoire de Nadir-Chah, a torn. 1770 

/: d42i Johnftone (lames) Chronicle of Man and the 

^\ ** ^ Ifles '' i. ,786 

44«2)JoboIlon (Nathsmel) King's Vifitatori^ Power 

,f afferted ■— — 1688 

4^^3yjorri (Pauli) Defcriptio Brittania, Scotise, Hy« 

bernise et Orchadum '74^ 

Ji /J 4424 Ireland (Hiftory of) during ^be laR two years 

1691 
4435 " - ■ (Plots hatched in) front. 1641, Lai( 
Newes from Ditto, 1641. Worfe and Worfp 
Newes from Ditto, 1641, and £x fingle 
TraAs relative to Ditto 
^ i ^4496 Juftinian's InAituiions, by Harris, fecond edition 

^ 1 n^i 

1^4427 Kearney (Michael) Leflures on Hidory 1776 
J 1^4438 Kennedy (James} Defcripiion of Antiquities as4 

I Curiofities in Wilton-HguTe, //a/«^ )7(^ 

^■\ 4499 Keyfler (John George) Travel^, 4 vol. flatfs 

*75^ 



^ 



/Oi 



A 



7 __ 
7X7/. 



4430 Kilburne (Richard) Survey of Ktatt portrait 

1659 
4451 Knight (Richard Payne) on the Worihip of 
Priapus, //0/r/ ■ * 1786 






/ 



^•4432 Knox (John) Hiftory of the Reformation in Scot- 
land* /0f/ra/> — ' — EJift. 1790 
4435 Lambarde ( Williatn) f er^n^ulatioQ of Kent, ^. /. 

1576 

4434 — r— Alphabetical pefcription of 

chief Places to England and Wales, portrait 

173Q 
^ 4435 Lamberto(Don Joan) or a comical Hiftory of 

the late Times 
^ 4436 Ljiw of T.e.ftaments and laft Wills, 8vo; »«/«■- 

iea'veii ^to JItcm I744 

/j 4437 Lechford (Thomas) plain Dealing, or Newes 

from New-England 1642 

^4438 ■ ib, 

4439)Leon (Jacob Jeh.) Relation of th« Tabernacle 

^ V of Mofes «-* — Amfi. 167$ 

4440^Letter from Sir Lewis Dyve to the Marquis of 

Newcaftlc — — Ha^u* 165O 

^ 4441 Lewis (John) Hiftory and Antiqaities of Fayer<- 

iham Abbey — — . 1727 

444» ' — — of the Ifle of Tenet, plau^ 

", 1736 

4443)Lewkenor (Lewes) Commonwealth and Govern- 

2I \ ment of Venice — — j 599 

! 4444JLeycefter'8 Common-Wealth — — 1641 

(r 4445 ■ ■' ■ pevtrait il>» 

i ^4446 Lifeof AlmanfonKingoFSpaine, by Aihley 1627 

^1 •- 4447 William Bowyer, by Nichols, with per- 

i traitt of both t half- bound, uncut 178* 

/I ^4448 w ' I ' . Francis Cartwright, with hJs Confeffioii 

and Repentance for killing one Mailer Storr 

1621 
Z 4449 Cervantes, by Gregorio Mayans 1738 

// 6 445° Chaucer, by Godwin. 2 vol. 1803 

j^ 445Q M ■ >' ■ William Chiliingworth, by Chey«ell 

Peter Collinfon — p— 1770 

Cowper, by Hayley, 3 val* with the fup- 

plementary pages, i \o\, portraits 1803-6 

'f 4i^ll ' " Captain George Cufack, the great Sea- 

Robber 1676 

^4454 mm ■ Edmund Dickinfon, by Blombcrg 1737 

74. /k 




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/ 445 J Life and Death of the merry Devil of Edmonton . 
with the pltafant Prancki of Smug the Smith, 
Sir John and mine Ho/i of the Gearge, aboci 
the llealing of Venifon, b. I. 1631 

— George Edwards, /or/rfl/V 1776 

John Elliot, M D. — J787 

-*— Queen Elizabeth, by Browne, with for- 
trait — 1629 

— Erafmus, by Jortin, 2 vo\,.m{\i portrait, 
half- b»undy uncut ^"fSt 1758-60 

FOLIO. 

4460 Trails, fingle, viz. The Pope's Warehoufe, or 
the Merchandife of the Whore of Rome, by 
Titus Oa:es, 1679, and 40 other, chiefly 
Political 

A large Parcel, relative to the Eaft India. 

Trade and Company 

-—' Turnbull's AnalogiaLcgum, 1745. Fleta, 
1735. Kelyng's Reports, 1708, and fundry 
Political and Law Tradls 

— — The Rambling Rakes, or London Li- 
bertines, 1700. Anfwer to the Depofitions 
concernirg the Birth of the Prince of Wales, 
with Map of St James's Palace, 1689, and 3 
Parcels various 

— — Great and bloody News from Turnham 
Green. Barbarous and bloody Murther at 
the White Crofs Tavern, Eaft Smithfield. 
Ladies Journey to Oxford, or fecret Hiflory 
of a Silver Chamber Pot. Account of a 
flrange and wonderful Fiih, left on ihore at 
Dubholm, Oftober 24, 1721. A Walk from 
St James's to Covent Garden, the Back* 
way, 1717, and a Parcel of carious TraAs, 
chiefly fingle leaves 

— — Felibien's Teiit of Darius explained, 
1704. Maritime Campaign of 1778, with 
t piatet^ •779« Gordon on the Figures of 
Ancient Mummy, //«/(/ ►— — 173^ 



4462 



4463 



4464 



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//j/?tfry— Folio. fgg 

4466 Trafts, fingle, Cafeof the Earl of Argyle, 1683. 
TryalsofDawfon, &c, for Piracies aud Robbe- 
ries, i6q6. Ditto of Swendfen,&c. forftealing 
Mrs. Pleafant Rawlins, 1703. Tryal of Arun- 
del Coke, for flitting the Nofe of Edward 
Crifpe, 1722. Ditto of Sacheverell for a 
! Kiot at Nottingham, i7ao« and Six other 

Tryal s 

J 4467 ' The Tryals of Lord Balti- 

I more, Duke of Cumberland, and John 
I Donnellan 
/^ 4468 — — Selefl Obfervations of Sir Wal- 
ter Raleigh, Relative to Trade, Commerce 
and Coin, 1696. Narrative cf the Cafes 
of Sir William Conden, and Sir Paul Pyn- 
dar, 1679. Prynne's Life of William Land, 
1644, and 23 other 

6 A 4469 Cafe of Elizabeth Canning, 

with ballads relative thereto, and Sundry 
Scraps from Newfpapers 
a 4470 ■ I Relative to Oxford, and Cam- 

bridge 

r|/^ (^4471 ■ " London, and Weft- 

nainfler, mavy curiout 
/i 4472 — ■ ~— Topographical, va- 

rious Counties, with the laft leaf of Froy 
fart's Chronicle 



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\^^9 
■ ■ (Samuel) Journey to the Weft- 

em Iflands, plates — 1775 

— — .-i — — _— _ the Falfe Alarm 

1770 

(Charles) Hiftory of the Pyrates, 

— — 1724 

(William) Narrative of a great 

Deliverance at Sea — 167Z 

4478)Johnfton (Nath.) Affurancc of Abbey Lands 

6 [ 1687 

4479jJournal of the two laft Campaigns into Hefle 

1761 
4480^' Book of the Houfe of Commons 

J 680 

J 663 

J778 

I 

77M 

1670 

1691 



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44817 of the War with Holland 

.. 4482Hoarnal8 of the Houfe of Commons 
^ 4483^ Journey to the Highlands of Scotland 

^ ^4484 — England and Holland 

^: 4485 ■ into Spain — 

I ^\ 4486 ■! ■ ■' to Naples — 

7 /if/^ 



[ 



ifj/?i?ry.— Oclavo* aoi 

^4487Hourney to the Auftrian Netherlands 1732 

4488)— — through Germaoy and France 1786 

/i^448(; England — 1721 

j\ 44go — • Mequinez — *739 

^1 <i^449l Ireland, (Profpeft of the Siate of) 1682 
2 

3 



f\ 



4492 -■ . (View of the State of) 2 vol. * 1765 

1^4493 ' Debates (relative to) z vol, 1766 

4494 ■ ( Sam.) Views on the River Medway, 

plata — — 1793 

j\ 4^gj - ■ -^ ■ ■■ - ■ — Thames, 2 vol. 

platei — — 1792 

/f/j 449^ — — — — Graphic.llluftrations of Hogarth 

I i 1794 

/\/j 4497 Irwine (Alex.) Inquiry into Emigration 1802 
W 4498 Irwin (Eyles) Series of Adventures, 2 vol. 1787 
I /i/^ 4499 It»'y (Journey to) — 1741 

' ^^^S°° ^^'°^r^"* Symonis et Wilhelmi de Worceftre 

Cantab, 1778 
^j 4501 Ives (John) Remarks on the Romans 1774 

I 4502 )Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations 

4$03i Judicatare of theHoofe of Peers 1669 

4504/ Jarifdifiion of the Houfe of Lords 1676 

4505 Juftjficatioa of the Prince of Orange, by J. Day, 

b,l, — -- 1575 

/ 6 45°^ Izacke (Richard) Regiftcr of Dirers Pcrfons 

>736 
/ 4507 Kaim (Lord) Law Trads — 1761 

/j 4508 Kearfley's Complete Peerage, //a/*/ '794 

/ ,^4509 Kleate (George) Account of Geneva i76t 

J ^ 4510 Keepe (H.) Account of St. Peter of Weftmiofter 

1682 
451 1 Kennet (Baiil) Antiquities of Rome, platet 

'754* 
^ 45** Kentilh Travellers Companion 1777 

/^ 4513 Kincaid (Alexander) Hiftory of Edinburgh 

1787 
J 4514 Kinderflcy (Mrs.) Letters from the Eaft Indies 

I '777 

^ ^^i5 King (Edward) Eflay on the Englifli ConHituiion 



80 Z 



ff/^ory.— iOftavo; 



^'4516 Knox (John) View qS the Bfitlfli Etbpire, 2 vol. 

1785 
^4517 Kolben (Peter) Prefent State of tht Cape of 
Good Hope, 2 vol. — 1738 

4p8 Laing (Malcolm) Hiftory of Scotland, 2 vol. 

1800 
, 45ip^Lambard (William) Difcourfc of Juftice 1633 

^ 4j2o/— — — — — Eirenarchia 1610 

452nLanghorne (John) on the Repablic* of Italy 

/ »773 

452 2yLanglade (James) Memoirs of the Duke of Bol- 

V ton and Turenne — — 1693 

4P3/Langle (Marquii.) Sentimental Journey through 

Spain — — 1786 

^4524. Laffels (Richard) Voyage of Italy 1686 

^4525 Langier (Abbe de) Hiftory of the Peace at Bel- 



/ 



grade 
4526 Lawrence (Richard) Intereft of Ireland 

45*7 '■ T. — 

4;28^Laws concerning Mailers and Servants 
45291 «—— Hereticks 



1770 
i6i2 
it. 
1767 
1713 
1714 

1(62 

1683 



of Honour -— — 

4531 Lawes and Statutes of Geneva, b. /. 
4532^- — r- of Jamaica — - - 

453« Leblanc's Letters on the Englifh and French Na- 
tionS| 2 vol. in I — 1747 

4534 Lee (Rich) of Captures of War 1759 

4J35 Legend of St. Cuthbcrt — J663 

71^4536 . frotttt/pitct ih, 

^4537 Leigh (Edward) England Defcribed 1659 

^ 4538 — Diatribes, or Uifcourfes of Tra- 
vels, &c. — — 1671 

A^ 4539 •"■ "^!—" Obferva^iona of all the Kings 

1661 
^'^4540 Leropriere (William) Tour from Gibraltar 

•I ' -, '791 

4541) Le Neve (John) MonumentaAnglicana, a vol. 
/j V 1717 



454 «; 



»79-» 



y 



/2 4 4543 i-eflie Treatife Touching the Right of Mary 
/'^7j~Jf Queen of Scots 



HiJJoty.—'O&a.yOt 203 

/4544iLetter to the Earl ofCaftlehaveii i69i 

^54,5].— ^ from South Carolina — 1718 

^^46) ■ Shewing that Bifhops are not Judges 

6 { . '^"9 

4547) Letters by a Calm Obferver — 1793 

4548/ — '—— from dn American Farmer 178a 

^' 4J49J ofValens — — '— 1777 

/^ 4550 • from Sereral Parts of Europe, 2 vol. 

»75S 

455') sAidNegocIations of Count EPEftrades 

»755 






4552) 5^ Sfr A. Ealfour ■ 17CO 

/; 4553 ■ of Algenon Sydney ■ '— '74* 

^ 4554 fronT Srtowdeii — — ^77° 

/^4555 to a Nobleman *7°9 

^^5^ 'o Dr. Mead concerning a new ediiionr 

ofThuanu's 1728" 

^ ^ 4557 — — — from a Young Painter, 2 vol. 1709 

4$';8 ) to Warren Haftings 

''^ 4S59J' ' *'*^ Negociations of Sir Ralph Sadler 

1726 
4^o* »' from Several Parts of Europe, and the 

Eaft, ivol. — 1753 

J 4561 from Edinborgh " 1776 

^/4562 ■ and Negotiations 0? Sir' R. Fanflia**, 2 

^ vol. — 1724 

p- / 4c6a ■■■ front a Gentleman iii^ Scotland, 2 vol. 

^^^^ .75^ 

4564/"' from Earl Danby 1710 

4^6;t ■ from a IVfooi' at London 1736 

4566J — • — by Dr. H^nry Moore — 1694 

^4567/ from JofejiH 11. 1790 

4568 - of the late Thomas ft'undle, 2 vol. ^ 

1786 

4'j^g — — between the Rev. Mr, Granger, and Em« 

minent Uttw " , ■ „.--—■ ig'of 

y 4570 — of Hugh BoaltcV, 2 vol" -^-; — 1770 

/ 4S7' i. I. Rouffcau *7^9 

/ 4Sf7'a - of a Lady's rravels into Spain; 2 vol. 
'' . 1755 

/ 4573 I ■! from a Lady at Paris, at Avignon 



'9 



1716 



304 



Hi^ory^OetSiVO, 



45 7 4) Letters Coacerning the State of Italy 1688 

J^ 4575)*— ~" <^n a Tour thro' Scotland 1794. 

/ 4J7o I-ewis (Thomas; Hillory of the Parthian Empire 

1728 
y.4577?Lex Parliamentaria 
4578jLeyceitcr's Comnnon Wealth, Conceived 1641 

/// 4579 pof 

'^ * trait —_ ih, 

^^ 4580 Life of Mr. William Whifton, portraits 1753 



/ 



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458a 
4583 



4584 

/4586 

/J\ 4587 
^ 4588 

/ /^ 4589 



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<^>^459» 

2: /i 459* 






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4593 
<^4594 
^4595 

4596 

4597 



^4S98 
^U4599 

4601 






Sir Thomas Pope, by T. Wharton 

i77« 

Charles II. by William Harris, 2 voL 

1760 

Lady Warner, portrait , by Van Sbuppen 



tlegant in rujpa 
Regiaald Pole 



1692 
1766 
1769 

1714 
J 804 
1803 



of Henry II. by Lyttelton, 6 vol. 
Count Grammont, by Boyer 
Gilbert Wakefield, 2 vol. 
T. Reid, by D.Stewart 
Erafmus, by S. Knight, /<7r/rai> andplattt 

Camb. 1736 
Dr. John Collet, by S, Knight,//a/M 

1724 
Sir T. More 



Dr. Henry More, by R. Ward 
Philip Doddridge, portrait 
Lord Lo vat — !■■■ 



1726 
1710 

1766 

'785 

1800 
1725 



Burke, by R. BifTer, 2 vol. 
T. Crammer, abridged — 
Petrarch, by Dobfon, 2 vol. plates 
Swift, by Thomas Sheridan 1787 

Jonathan Swift, by Deane Swift 1755 
— ' Remarks on by Orrery 

»75» 
Sir John Leake, by Stephen Martin 



^ //• /fJ 



Leake, only .;0 copits were printed 

4602 — — — Voltaire, by Chaudon 1786 

4603 ■!' — Sir Franci* Bernard — 1790 

4604 ' — John Johnfon —— 1748 



aS^^ry.— O£lavo. aoj 

/^ 4605 Life of Samael Johnfon, by James Bofwell, j 

vol. ■ — 1793 

^'^4606 ■ ' II I - ■ ' — by Hawkins 1707 

y 4607 and Writings of Alexander Geddes, by 

J. Mafon Good, portrait — *^ 1S03 

^ 4608 — Roblnfon Crufoe, 2 vol. 1785 

/^ 4609 — — Edward Earl of Clarendon, j vol. 
^ Oxford If ^^ 

^4610 —■■ ■ • • Donald Macleod — 1791 

^4611 James II. — — 1704 

^4612 — — Seth Bifliop of Salifbury 1697 

/ 4^13 ■' ' Solomon Mafon Birmingham 

^;/4.6i4 Archbiftiop Williams — — 17 15 

^ 461$ — James Lackington, portrait 

/■ ^4616 ——— Henry VIII. by Lewis — 1769 

^^4617 — — — Ferrar, by P. Peckard — 1790 

^, 4618 ■•■ James I. by W. Harris 1772 

^; 4619 ■ ■■ Homer, by Blackwell, platet 1730 

f. /j 4620 ■ St. Wenefridi,/faa/(/J>iff« 1655 

y 4621 -■-■ Lord Chatham, 4 vol. — 1792 

y> 4622 ■ Samuel Johnfon, by Bofwell, 4 vol. 1799 

^4623 ■ Guftavus Adolphus, by VV, Harte 2 vol. 

1767 
y/ 4624 — — ■ the Earl of Chatham, 3 vol. 1797 

_^ / 4625 Chriftopher Wagftaffe, 2 vol. in 1 176a 

f) ^ 4626 I I ■ Will of Wykeham (with the Supple- 
j ment) by Lowth — — — 1758 

/f( 4627 '■' - '■ » - Captain John Porteus 1737 

/' /j 4628 ■ ■ — Singleton — — 1720 



Hiftory, 

QUARTO. 

^5a9 I I < Robert Earl of Eflex, with his Death 
and Funeral, plates, 1646. Life of Colonel 
£dward Harwood, 1642 



i/2.. . 



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3\ 4636 

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4640 



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>^4645 
^ 4646 
/^ (^4647 
^ 4648 

^ 4649 
/-^46jo 




W^oj^p.— Oflavo. 

Life of George Frederick Handel, and John 
Chriftopher Smith, /or/ra// -i- 1709 

■ > ■■ " ■ Htnry IV. of France, by Grimeftone 

1612 

" Lord Herbert, of Cherbury, by Walpole, 

1770. Hiiloric Doubts on Richard III. by 

Dittd, with the Anfwer thereto, by Dickens, 

hound together 

- ■ « ■ William Hinton ■ 1665 

— — Andrewe Hyperio5> by Ludham, b. /, 

»577 
' '^ '" J^ckfon, the Highv^]}rraa!i, with hii Re- 
cantation ■* ■ i 1674 

— John Jadtes^ with Account of his Execo« 

tron — i66« 

—* Georg* Lord Jefferies, by Bent 
' " ■ '■ Earl of Kellie, by Gleig Edin. 1797 
■ filizdbeth Duchefs of Kingfton, Hfbi^" 
traits 

■ ' " — Peter Lambert, executed for killing 

Thomas Hamden, (hewing the fuccefle of 
Stoaggenrtg, Dicing, DrUrtkenttf/if and Whoring 

i6n>. 

— . Stephen MarAal! — . 1680 

- — — . Milton, by Hayley " 1 796 

-— -^-^ Thomas Fatr, the old, old> rery old 

Man 
• — Philip of M^c^on, 2 vol, in ttfartrait 

I7SS 
-» Seganos — — Paris 16*8 

■ -■ ' ' . Spencer, by Birch 

—— — Henry Lord Stafford — 1640 

Colonel JiKiies Turner, with Account of 

his Execution ■ — — i66j 

— — Richard Earl of Tyrconnel 16S9 

- Monfieur Du Val 1670 

Ralph Wallis, Cobler of Glocefter 1670 

Sir Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Staf- 

iorit, fronti/piece — 1641 

Sir Wet burgh, ' — Cbifitr 1^759 

— — John Whitgift — — 161 a 



William Laud, portrait by Marjball 164.5 
—— — i Sir John Eardley Wil mot, /0r/rd/< iSoz 



H:,^ory.—'Qa&tto, ^ 207 

iyx_ ^^1 Life of Alice Duchefs Duddeley, i66g. Life of 
'^1 Margaret, Wife of Richard Baxter i68i 

46^8^Lilio (George) Chronicum FrantJt. t^6^ 

^\ 4'^59) Lincoln (Sheriffs of) ,■ 1779 

_g|^466a Linofay (John) Voyage to the Coaft of Atrica, 

I flaus — '759 

^ 4661 ii. 

/I ^4662 Lifter (Thomas) conduft refpefting the Borough 

j of Clitheroe. AnAver to 

/J\ /j^66i Lithgow (William) 19 Yeare^ Travaylgs, pistes 

aud portrait ■ ^ m ■ — 1634 

^ 4664 — — — ^ painfull Peregrination from 

' Scotland to the Kingdomes in Europe, Afia, 

and Africke — — — — 161 4 

/ 4665 Lives of the Popes, and their Do&rine 1600 

/ji 4666 — Nineteen Py rates, i. I. -.««. 1608 

/ Ai66j Living Authors of Great Britain, iuter- 

leaved with large MS. Additions by Mr. 

Reed - — — — 170s 

/J 4668 Loder (Robert) Hiftory of Framlingham,//<3/« 

. . . »798 

«| 4669 Lloid (Lodowick) Diall of Dales, ^. /. 1590 

/d 4670 I ■ . u I . -■ »-- Pilgrimage of Princes, 6. /• 

1586. Marrow of Hiftory or Pilgrimage of 
Ditto, corrected by Codrington, 1653 
/ // 467* Lodge (Edmund) lliluftrations of Briufh Hiftory, 

3 vol, with /or/^<2/V/ ■- 1791 

^, (^672 De Lolme on the Union of Scotland with Eng- 
' land t^r—^ — — 1787 



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OCTAVO. 

IFE of Dr. Peter Heylyn, by G. Vernon 

i68z 
Life of James Duke of Monmouth 1683 

Fauftus Socinus — 1653 

King Charles, the Non Such Charles 

i6$i 
Sir G. Rook — — »707 

Hugh Peters, by W. Younge 1663 

Grammont — — '76© 

— Waller — . — »77* 

— Alfred, by Powell — ^^l^ 

— Peire&ius, /or/ra/r — '^S? 

— Louis XIV. «7«5 

— Sir F. Drake 
Sufannah Perwich, no titk 



— W. Bedell 

Richard II. 

Fenelon 



. 168; 
1681 

»7a3 

Mary Stewart, Queen of Scotland, /or* 
trait — — — 1636 

of David Hume, by various Authors 

1777 

I Smollett, by R. Anderfon 1803 

Lewis XV. by Juilamond, 4 vol. 1781 



/\ 4^93 Life of T. Emlyn — 1746 

^469^ — ■ ' Commodus — — 1789 

— Zimmerman, by Tiflbt — 1797 

— James Beattie, by A. Bower 1804. 

— Theodofius the Great — 1693 

— Earl of Shaftfbary — . 168^ 

— W. Shcnftone . 1788 

— Samuel Johnfon, by R, Anderfon 179} 

— Earl of Leicefter — lyzj 
— . John Kettlewcll — — I7ig 

— Cardinal Pole 1766 

^» of Tiiomas Day -, 1 j^gi 

— Will Cecil, by Arthur Collins, portrait 

.. John Wicliffe, by Lewis 1720 

— Hai Ebn Yokdhan, pUtts 1708 
— - George Bull, by R. Nelfon 1713 

— Nadir Shah, by W. Jones 1773 

— General Monk 172J 

— Oliver Cromwell, by W. Harris 1772 
'— St. Francis Xavier — — 168S 

— Towgood, by J. Manning 1792 
Cardinal Pole, by T Neve 1 766 



4-7'5 — — .— — 2 vol. — 1767 

4716 Benvenuto Cellini, by T. Nugent, 2 vol. 

1771 

4717 «— — — Lord Crewe — -- 1790 

4718 — Arthur Maynwaring — r 1715 

^4719 — Grotius, by De Burigny 1754, 

4720 Voltaire, by Condorcet -- 1790 

4721 ——— Sir Thomas Captilupe Cant, 1674 

^4722 the Earl of (prawford — 1769 

/i 47*3 Cluchele — — 1783 

^4725 Robert Price 1734 

/j 4726 Agricola, by J. Aikin — 1774 

4727 Servetus — 1724 

4728 Vanini 1730 

4729 — Henry Prince of Wales, by T. Birch 

1760 

^4730 Spinofa 1706 

4731 — W. Moirell- — 169^ 

gJX4732 ■ . ... W. Bedloe — i^^i 

T.6 E e 



^^ 475? Life of Daubigne — — ' '77^ 

^ 4734 Thomas Ellwood '79' 

4j/A73R — Richard Lyde — — »73' 

^ ^ J736 T. Uuddiman, by C Chalmers »794 

y 4737 — — ^—^ Count Bruhl 

'^' 47j8 Henry Prince of Wales, by Sir Charles 

Cornwallis *^4i 

. John Williamk, by A. Philips, partrait 

170C 
- Timothy Gm'rt!adirake, i Fidler, 3 v(M. 

1771 




4741 _— Sir Stephen Fox, 1717, and Sermon at 
hi» Funeral, 1 7 1 <^» rare 

V ^4742 Henry Chichele, by Duck 1699 

;;I,^ I< redcrlck William of Proffia, by Phelips 

y, I >750 

4744) —_ lames Houftoun i747 

fi^4745 George Whitfield, /or/r«> 177* 

I / 4'}46 William ChiJlingworth — 17»5 

, j\ AnAj -— Thomas Manton, by Will. Hants, /er/. 

i -^1 ^' 1725 

> 4748 and Pbilofcphy of Ei)iaetu8 167° 

^4749 of Mademoifelle de la Sarre , 1751 

y 4^50 Sir Philip Sydney »6c2 

y 4751-^ Mr. John Jackfou 1764 

1 ^, 4fQ)t — Nathaniel Lard ner »7^9 

• /U'47"5'8 — ?-• ■' Tyaneus, by TiHemont — 170* 

/;^4»r5^ ^ Will, Pnller 

jf /4^Vc Lord Bi6iingbroke, /or/ra//*, I75e>5 Ditto, 

1 1752. DitJ?6 by Gbldfrfiith, i770 

,y^ 47^6- Dr. fiarwick, /. /. — »72+ 

I P 4->^ ^ Pope Sixtua the V. — 17^6 

; % /47c 8 — George Home, by W. Jones 1795 

\ y ^ 47 CO Philip Duke of Wharton, 2 vol. 173* 

^ ^^760 the Emprefs Catharine, 2 vol. by John 

Mbttley, 1744 , 

i 4761 Emperor Julian — — i??^ 

^ 476a — Hyder Ally, by Francis Robfon i684 

^.^'4763 Thomas Ruddiman, by Chalmers 1794 

: 4^54* John Bernardi — — '7*9 

7\ 4-6T\ Thomas Kerr, /flr/r<7'/ — »7»3 

J Ajte Aflieton, by T. Watts « 1714 

Jl- Iji^j - Guftavus Vafa, the African i793 



fir/?tf<3r.— Quarto. an 

4768 Life of Mr John Shower i7«6 

4769 — — «. Thomas Bray — — 1746 
— Mr. Chriftiaii Davies — 1740 

Thomas Firmin -i — 169,8 

— — . Queen Anne, 2 vol. —- — i7Zt 
Ernellus the Pious, morocco, gilt Itavts 

J74<S 

4774 Ralph Bathurft, by Thomas Warton, 

portrait — — i?^* 

Sir Thomas More, by Warner 1758 

Will. FuUefj 1701, and 11 other Trafts 

relative to 

Sir John Perrott 1728 

^—— Duke of Wharton, &c. I73t 

— Rev. Ifaac Milles — • 1721 

-^ John Hanway, by Pugh 1787 

— " ■■ Humphrey Prideaux — 1748 
— Mr. John Le Clerc, arid his Writings 

1712 

4783 — St. Edward ■ 171a 

^4784 — Samuel Johnlon — — «i 180^ 

^4785 — .— Buonaparte, /er/ra/^ 

/|<i:4786 Mahomet — — 1718 

<^'<^47*7 — — John Elwes, by Topham, /«r/r4/V 1791 

S 4788 — John Barber, City Printer 1741 

4789 ■ ■ I ■— Hugh Latimer, by Gilpin 1786 

<^4790 Boerhave, by Burton, ^or/r/j// 

^^4791 Richard Earl Howes, /or.'rar/ 1S03 

479* ■ William Robertfon, portrait l8oi 

4793 ■ ' Rynold Pecock — » 74-4 

4794. — John Aylmer./or/ra// — 1701 

^•^g^ ... — Magliabechi Stranxihtrry Htll i^ %^ 

4-(^C) — Mrs. Pafchal, 2 vol 1744 

4797 — — Lord Cameitbrd, and Account pf his 

Death — — i8of 

/ ^^^8 Archbilhop Cranmer, by Gilt^^in . ,84 

^4799 William Temple, /or//ajV 14 

4800 Earl of Chatham 1784 

4801 and De^th of King James V. of Scotland 

1 7 1 o 

V4803 John Foihergill, by Lcttfom 1786 

4804 —Mr. Law — J?** 



211 



J?. 



i jT! 4805 
/f 4806 

! /I ^4808 



c^ 4809 

/'^48io 
:?.-i 48" I 
/ 481a 
/ 4813 

/^ 48ii 



Life of William Oodd — ^ " — 1777 

— Sir Stephen Fox — — 1717 

" Socrates, by Cooper, portrcut 1 749 

— Anthony Earl of Sbaftibury, portrait 

1683 

^ King Charles I. by Harris 177* 

Matthew Biftop 1744 

Thomas Paine — — 1791 

Thomas Gainlborough 1788 



and Reign of King Charles I. (Extra£ls of) 



Alban Butler, portrait 

Robert Robinfon^ by George 



i 7^4816 

I / 4818 
$. 48*9 



portrait 



William Barkitt 



1799 
Dyer, 
1796 
1704 
1667 
1790 



,/ 



Donna Olimpia Maldachini 

— Daniel de Foe, by Chalmers 
/ ^ 4*19 —— Tillotfon, by Birch, /flrg^^/tf//r,/»r/ra/V 

175* 
^•^4820 — Dr. Sanderfon,/tfr/r<i// 1678 

I/U4821 Father Paal — 1651 

•^^4822 ■ St. Margaret, Queen of Scotlaud 1661 

I / 4823 Dr. Hammond, by Fell 1661 

4824) — Anthony Earl of Shaftelbury 1683 

I •^^4825^1 — Fenelon, by Hooke — 1723 

y^ 4820 ■ and Death of Edward V. by Moore 164c 

, £, 4827 Lind's Letters on Poland — 1773 

I 4828) Trafts — — 1727 

i /i ^4829]— — • Letters to Price — — *776 

,/ 48 30 )«———— on the Colonies -. '775 

4831) ■ ■ ' on the American Congrefs, »«//r- 

itaved — — 1776 

_ ^4832 Lindfay (Robert) Hiftory of Scotland 1778 
^ ^4833 Linguet's Memoires of the Baftile 1783 
4834 Lifle (Francis) Legend of the Cardinal of Lor- 
raine i — — — • 1577 

^483; Lifter (Martin) Journey to Paris - 1699 

4836|Lill of Offices, Civil and Military 1697 

4837) Littleton's Tenures,^. /• — — • 1604 
/. /. /j 



/ 



/ 



( 213 } 

Hiflory. 

QUARTO. 

' ^^4838 London. Brief Defcription of the Royal Ex- 
change. London's Gate to Piety. Ditto 
I Remains, in Latin and Engliih, 1667 

I y ^^^39 " True Account of Informations rela- 

1 tive to the late Burning of the City, 1667. 

Aft for preventing Fires in Ditto, 1668. 
Pumifugium, or Smoke of London diffipated, 
1661. London's Flames, 1679 
/ y +840 ■ « 1. 1 < Order for preventing the Plague, by 

the Lord Mayor, Difcourfe on Ditto, by 
Harvey and Garencieres. London's Coni« 
plaint againft her Children, 1665. The 
Countrie Ague, or London her Welcome 
Home to her retired Children, frontifpUte^ 
1625. London's Complaint againft her Chil- 
dren in the Country, 1634 

^ 4841 — (Charter of) 1680. Dangers and 

Mifchiefs from the Bank of England, I707» 
Apologies for the Builder, 1685 
4842 ■ • Relation of the Devil's appearing 

to TI}omas Cox, a hackney coachman, who 
lives in Cradle Alley, in Baldwin's Gardens, 
1684. Great and wonderful Miracie,wrought 
on George Brokingham, who had fold his 
foul to the Devil for zi years, 1663. Infor- 
matiotK relative to the Burning of the City, 
1C67 
^4843 ■ ■ Lift of Prifoncrs of the Upper Bench 

Prifon, 16^3. Second Attempt of Prifoners 
in the Compter, 1670. Livery Man's Rea- 
fons why he did not give his Vote for a cer- 
tain Gentleman to be Lord Mayor or Parlia> 
ment Men for London, 1701, and 2 other 
y I 4844 '■' ■ Orders and Ordinances for the Go- 

vernment of the Hofpirall of Bartholomew, 
Orders lor Orphans, and Difcourfe of the 

-"j^^z:-^ laudable Cuflomes pf Londonj 1651 

t? , J, o 



214 

-^4845 



/A 4846 



I J 



fij/^tfrjp. -"Quarto, 

London. Lifts of the Liveries of the fifty-£l?r 
Companies, 1701, AA of Common Council 
for regulating the Eleftion of Sheriffs, 1683 

" Explication of the King's Dial!, at 
London, by Hall, Liege 1673. Cafe of the 
Free Scriveners, i749» Commiffion for cora- 
poanding for Wards, Idiots, and Lunatickf, 
161 8. Propofals for extending the Public 
Keys and Wharfs, and 2 other 

Trap Ad Crucem. or the Papift's 



y\/j'iH^ 



// 4849 



J^/^SSO 



/i^ A^si 




Watch Word, 1670. Papift's Plot of Firing 
(lifcovered, in a perfeft Account of the Fire 
in Fetter Lane, 1679. Account of dreadful 
Fire at Mr. Seaton's,Whitecrois Street, 1687. 
Aft for preventing Fires in the City, 1668. 
Obfervatlons on the Burmng of London, 
1666 

Trola Redeviva, or the Glories of 



London furveyed. an Hetoick Poem, 1674. 
London's Remains, and Conflagration, poe* 
tically defcribed, 1667. London's Refur- 
reftioD, 1669 

Orders, &c. of the Company of Sta« 



tioners, 1692. Will of Sir Thomas Grelham, 
Kalender of Prifoners committed to the Cuf- 
tody of Sir John Lenthall. On extending 
the public Keys and Wharfs of London. 
X.ambe'8 Account of Charity School of St. 
Katherine Cree Church, 1718. Arraignment, 
Tryall, &c. of Francis Deane, a Slater, and 
of John Faulkner, aftroug Water-Man, 1645 
Vox Civitatis, or London's Com- 



plaint againft her Children in the Country, 
1625. City Law, 1647. Proceedings of the 
College of Fhyficians relative to the Sick 
Poor, 1697. informations relative to the 
late Burning of the City, 1667 

Orders for fetting Roges and Idle 



S . 3. /, 



Perfons to Worke, b. I. Aft of the Com- 
mons for Reliefe of the Poor, 165*. Cheap- 
fide Crofie cenfurcd and condemned, 1641. 
News from Puddle Dock> in London, 1674 



i^i^sry— Quarto, 



2IS 



1 



4852 



/ 



7I ^SfS- 



/ 



// 



//" 



4854 
4855 
4^56 
485^ 



3 4858 
/^ 4859 

,^V486o 
/>^486i 

j^ 4862 

/ -^ 4863 

i 

4J -^ 4864 

^; 4865 
^1 4866 



^; / 4867 

_M^ 4868 



London, Modeft Enquiry concerning the Elec- 
tion of the Sheriffs of London, 1682, Vefm, 
and his Mermydons, or the Linen Draper Ca- 
poned, 1679. Charter granted 10 the Apo- 
thecaries, t(>9^' Hunt's Defence of the 
Charter of London. Dialogue between a 
Liveryman and aFreennan. 1695. Salomon's 
Peft Houfe, or Toure Royall 1635 

Decree of Starre Chamber, concerning 

Inmates, and Divided Tenements in London 
1636. Widfmore Enquiry into the Firft 
Foundation of Weftminfter Abbey, 1743. 
Regies, Regina:, Nobiles etalii Sepulti in £c- 
clefla Weftmii. 1606 

Lord (Henry) Difcoverie of the Seft of the Ba-' 
nians, />««/. . ' ■ " - 1655 

Lyite (John) Euphues, and his England, 6. i. 
defensive at the end 

I I ■■ Anatoflftie of Wit, and Euphues 
and his England, h. I. - ii6o% 

Lyfon's (Daniel) Environs of London, 4 vol, 
with the Middlefex Farifhes, i vol. tuith 
plates in hoards - . . 1792-1800 

Macallefter (Oliver) Letters — — 1767 

Macaufey (Catherine) Hillory of England, 5 vol. 

'763 

'-^ — ^' ' i ^1 — Remarks oa Hobbes, &c. 

Mac Cormick (Charles) Memoirs of Edmund 

Burke, portrait '7^ 

Mackenzie (Roderick) Sketch of the War with 

Tippo Sultan, 2 vol. Calcutta 179J 

Maclaurin's Arguments and Decifions in the 

Courts of Scotland -— — — . 1774 

Macpherfon (James) Introduftion to the Hiilory 

of Great Britain and Ireland '•773 
■- ■-— Introduftion to the Hillory 

of the Anylo Saxons — — 1772 

Madox (Thomas) Hiftory of the Exchequer, z 

vol. large pap.er «— • '7^9 

Magna Brittannia, 6 \o\, maps 1720 

Malcolm (James Peller) Antient Hiftory and 

Modem Defcription of London^ plates 

1802 



ai6 



Hi/iory.<^VoViO, 



• 1^4869 Malta (Defcription of) Malta i Sot 

4870)Manifefto, or Account of Differences betweea 

r the King of Denmark, and Duke of Holfleiu 

/|^ \ 1677 

I 487V Maurice (H.) Account of John Mafon, 1695. 

! Cafe of the Officers under Count NaiTau 

LyI ^ 4872 Manfion of Magnanimiiie, i. I. 1608 

J, ^4873 Manwood (John) Laws of the Foreft 1598 






4874 



1615 



4875 Maps (Ten) of Countys, on Canvafs, in Cafes* 
Berkefhire, Bucks, Hants, Herefordfhire, 
Lancafhjre, Stafford fhire, Surry, Warwick- 
I j (hire, Wiltfhire, and Thirty Miles round Lon- 

don 
^ 4876 Marbecke (John) Lyves of Holy Sainftes, ^. /, 

»574 
^^^4877 Marketman fjohn) Penitence for Murthering Ms 

i Wife 1680 

4878 Martinc (George) Hiflory of St. Andrews, /Az//i 

»797 

./I ^4879 Mafters (Robert) Hiftory of Corpus Chrifli 

i College, Cambridge, //<j/«, 1753. Tyfon's 

Account of Illuminated Manufcripts 1770 

^^4880 Mathieu (P.) Heroyk Life and Deplorable 

Death of Henry IV. of Prance, by Grimellon* 

portrait • — — — — i6l» 

488i?Meares*8 Voyage (Remarks on) by Dixon 

4882J Memorial of Charles Howard, of Greyftock, 
and Mifs Frances Howard, of the Family of 
Norfolk 



FOLIO. 



/j 4883 Tacitus, tranflated by Gordon Loa J, ijtB 

/J- 4884 Thorefby (Ralph) Hiliory ofLcedes, pia/et, mo 
title 
^4885 De Thou ( ) Hiftory of His own Time, 
by Wilfon, Vol, I. LotiJ. 1719 



( a"7 ) 

,^ ^4886 Townfliend (Hey wood) Hiftorical Colleftlon* 
of the 4 iaft Parliaments of Queen Elizabeth 

LonJ. 1680 
//4887 Trial of Admiral Byng, taken by Charles Fearne 

Lond» 1 757 

/^ <^4888 Turquet (Lewis de Mayerne) General Hiftorie 
I of Spaiiie ■■ Lend, 161* 

^ ^^4889 Walker (Sir Edward) Hiftorical Drfcourfes 

Land. 170; 
J 4890 ■! ■ Sufferings of the Clergy 

{ ib» 17 14 

^ 4891 Walfingham (Thomas) Ypodiguia neuftriae vel. 

Mormanniae • Lomd. 1574 

g\ 4891 Ward (John) Lives of the Profcffors of Greftiam 

portrait — — ih. 1746 

489J Warner (Ferdinand) Ecclefiaflical Hiftory of 
England, 2 vol. — - ih. ly^f 

f\ 4894 Webfter ( John) oo Witchcraft Lo$tJ, 

;ff 4S95 Weftminfter (Proceedings Relating to) 1744 



Twenty-third Day's Sale. 

Hijlory, 

OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

^oT 

4896 1 ^ IVES of the Admirals, by Campbell, 4 vol. 

>744 
^897 — — ! — »— »- — Emminent Antiquaries, Lc- 
land, Hearne, andWood, avol. large faptr, ^ 

Plata -' — Oxfird \TJ2 

F f 



ai8 



i/^ory.— Oaavo. 



^ 



\ 



4898 
;4899 

/ ^5000 






Aflimole and Lilly 1774 

Joha WiclifFe, &c. by Gilpin 

1766 



/A 

/ 

V ■ 



— •— the Ladies of France, by Ann 

Thicknefle — ^— — ' 1780 

5001 ^ ' Englilh and Foreign, t vol. 

1704 

500Z 1 Clemeas Alcxandrinus. by Le 

5003J. 



Clerc 



1696 



^5005 
50C6 

5008 
50P» 



— — John Lord Snmers, 1716. and 

Charles Duke of Shrew (bury 1718 

" — — Handel and Nafti, portrait 1760 

— Uluftrious Men from Plutarch, 

by Rowe 1728 

■■! — — the Biftiops, by Le Neve, 2 vol. 

1720 



in I 



I 



Thomas More, and John Fiflier 
Dublin 1765 

— Sir Matthew Hale, £arl of 

Rocbefter* and Queen Mary, by Burnet 

1774 
■" and Writings of Fletcher, of Salt- 
on, portrait > '79* 

Donne, Wotton, Hooker, itc. by 

1670 



Walton 



■»———— Scotifh Authors, by Irving 

Edin, 1801 
————— (lluftrious Men Oxon 1684 

■— — - - ^ ■ and Anions ot Notorious Coun- 
teifeite, frontt/piece, 'with portraits 1686 

—— Regicides — -— 1661 

/ ^ j;oi — . — Alexan'Jer, Caefar, Scipio 1602 

/ ^ 501? — — — — -— Arrie, Paulina, &c. 1659 

/ ^ ^018 — Henry Duke of Gloacefter, and 

Mary Prince^ ot Orange — i66i 
\y ^ SOiQ Living Authors (Literary Memoirs of) i vol. 

i79« 

J 5020 Livius Roman Hillory, b, L title tuantit^ MS, 
note, by Dr. Fa'mer 
j /*^ ^024 Lloyd ^Davidj State Worthies, 2 vol. 1766 

6 6 ^^^^ hoh^i\}m^me) Voyage to Abyffinia 1735 



j^ tpfi^ Logan and the Earls of Gowrjr, Confpiracies 
againft James VI, £</;«. 1713 

/ 5024^ — (George) on Government /i. 1746 

50i5(London Regifter, for 1762 
^ (jot6 — — — and Weftminfter Account of, with Afts 

of Common Council, 3 vol, 
a 5bt7 — — — Initruttions for the Execiitors and Ad- 
miniftrators of Freemen, &c. ^. /. 1682 

// 5028 — — — and its Environs Defcribedi 6 vol. cuts 

1761 

/ 5o«9 Long (Thomas) Hiftory of Plots, *c. 1684 

/ 5030) Lord's Proteft'of Ireland — Dublin tyTt 

" 503 ij Low Countries (Prefent State of the) 1609 

Z ^ 5031 Ludlow (Edmund) Memoirs, 3 vol. Edin, 1^751 

/[ 5033 Luffman (John) Account of Antigua »7^9 

A ^ 5034 Lupton (Donald) Hiftory of the Pxoteftant Di« 

' " vines, portraits — — . '637 

M c03<; Lyndewode Conftitutiones Anglix *5S7 

/ / 5036 Mably (Abbe de) on the IVffaaner of Writing 

'' Hiftory 1783 

/ s^37 "" ' ■•'■'■ -■>■— Romans lyji 

. 5038I — — Remarks on America 1784 

5039)Macaulay (Kenneth) Hiftory of St. Kilda 1764 
^ ^ $040 Macdonald (John) Travels in Europe, Ada, and 

Africa . 1790 

5041) — • (Thomas) on Civil Imprifonmenr ih 

^2^, > England -■ ' ' — ^ - •- 1791 

5042) Mackerell (B.) Antiquities of Kiilgs Lynn 

1738 
/ ^ §043 Mac Nicol (Donald) Remarks on Dr,vjohnfon*s 

Tour i — ■ 1779 

2_ 5044 Macpherfon (James) Introduftion to the Hiftory 

of Great Britain ' ' ' ■ ■ 1^71 

y/ ^ 5045 —»————— Hiftory of Great Britain, 

a vol. 1^75 

S 4 5046 '"-*- — State Papers, 2 vol. 

1775 
/ 5047 Macqueen (Dr.) Letters on Hume's Hiftory 

»7?6 
__[ /j^ 5048 Madden (Martin) Thoughts on Executive Jaftice 



20 



Hijitry. >^0£t^yo. 



'^^5049 Maguillans (Gabriel) Hiftory of China 1688 

^5050 Mahumedifm (Firft State of) 1679 

^' 5051 Maiden (Henry) Account of King's College 

Chzpe], portrait ——^^ — 1^69 

/J- <^5052 Mallet's Northern Antiquities, a vol, 1770 

i 3\4 5*^53 Malynes (Gerrard) of the Canker of England's 

I I Commonwealth ■ ■ — 1601 

/ 5054 Mandeviile*s Enquiry into Honour 1732 

, / S<>5S '*• 

/ 505^ Mangaloref Account of the Defence of) 1786 
i^i 5057 Man ley (Sir Roger) Hiftory of Rebellions from 

1640. to 1685 ■ 1691 

^058- (Mrs.) Life ■ •— 1725 

/t/5059 Manuell of Rights and Privlledgesof Parliament 

1647 

. ,5069! Man Trade (2 Dialogues on) 1760 

'^ ^5o6i)Manufcripts in the Library of the Kings of 

France, 2 vol. ■ 1789 

//j 506* March (John) Commonwealth's Friend 1651 
i y!^ 5063 Marcus Flarainius, by C. Knight, 2 vol. 1792 
5064) Marlborough (Condu^ of the Duke of) 1712 
5065;) Marriot (James) Cafe of the Dutch Ships Confi. 

dcred " ■ . ..■ 1759 

5066I I ■ ■ I — 



/ 

'2' 

A 



ib. 

»763 



5o67)Marfhall (Jofeph) Travels, 4 vol. 

5068) Martial Review ■■ ■ . ■ ,_^ 

5069) Martin (Samuel) Flan for the National Militia 

»745 

5070 Martin (Martin) Conqueft of China 1654 

5071 Maflachufet's Hiftorical Society (Collections of) 

Bofion 1 804 
5071 Mafley (James) Travels ■■ ' " ■ 1743 



/ji S^7i Maftin (John) Hiftory of Nafely 

Cambridge 17Q« 
/1/5074 Mithcws (John) Voyage to Sierra Lcotic 

J788 
, A 507s Mathifon (Fred.) Letters on the Continent, by 
*— * — Anne Pluraptrce - i ■ ' 1799 



^.H.^ 



^5076 Maaduit (Ifrael) Apology for General Wolfe'' 

176s 
///^ 5^1 Maundcville (Sir John) Voyage and Travaile 

I /./. 1725 

^1 5078 Maundrell (Henry) Journey from Aleppo, to 
Jerufalem, flates ■ Oxford 1740 

Z 5079 Mavvmaa (J.) ExcuriioQ to the Lakes, plaits 

1805 
2 5080 May (Thomas) Hiftory of the Parliament 
I 1655 

^ 5081 Meadovve (Philip) Wars betwixt Sweden and 

Denmark — — — 1677 

/ 5082 Meifter (Henry) Letters — 17^9 

^ 508 J Melcombe's Diary by Wyndham, /or/r<7« 1784 
^ $084 Memoirs of the Revolution in 1688 

Pubtin 1 700 

//5085 " 3! 

/5086 — — — Moniieur Deageant — — . ifigo 

y 5087 ———— Relating to the Royal Navy 1690 

/ 5088 James Lord Audley,Earlo£ Callle- 

haven — — • . _,58o 

/ 5089 — — the Family of the Boyles 

Dublin 1 -je^/^ 
/ / 5090 ■' — — Affairs of Scotland, by Moyfea 

; Edinburgh 17 5.5 

/ ^091 i— —- P.— Nicholas Gabrini de Rienzi 

^ 5092 ' I '- the Houfe of Braiidenburgh,a vol. 

I J75S 

/ 5093 ———. Albert Haller, ^or/ra// 1783 

//509+ ~— ■ a Social Monfter, portrait 1786 

// 5095 ■ Cardinald de Retz, 4 \o\. portrait 

1 1723 

/r 5096— Gay JoK, 3 vol. ,7;5 

" 5097 the D. and Ds. of O. by Madam 

Dauuoy ,708 

/j / 5098 ■ — — — Guc-Trouin — j;^^ 

;^5099J James IL ■ 1702 

I jj xqqJ Thomas Comber, Dean of Durham, 

TtTZ f"^"^* = '799 



2 iz Hiftory.— Oftavo. 

/(■ 5101 Memoirs of John Ker. 2 vol. 1716 

y|/cio2 — — — ■ a Cavalier 

/ ^ ctoi —Mark Noble ■■ 1795 

>, 5,04 the Court of England in King 

j Charles II. Reign 1708 

^^105 — — — — John Froiffart 

^ /5106 — — Baron de Tott/ (Appendix to) 

i^ 1786 

4 C107 — — Henry Oothroy late Biihop of Dun- 

, keld G/a/. 1747 

^ ^5108 • Charles Lee ■ J792 

jI -,oj the Reverend Thomas Baker, by 

•^ Robert Mafters — 1784 

_2 5 no — — Arthur Afhley Sykes, by Difney 

^785 

, -J,, the Twentieth Century 1733 

y cut ■ Baftiaw Count Bonneval 1750 

^ 5113 — — — — Matquis of Torcy, 2 vol. 1757 

2 5114 — — Count D'Eftrades, 3 vol. 1711 

(/.ciij — — ~" North Britain 1715 

yi /^if6 «— —— *Denzil, Lord Hollis, /«T/r«/ 1635 

'^ ^ -,i» — — .. Britifhand Foreign — — 1711 

/jus- - — ■ Jofeph Borufelfki — — 1788 
/qua -«-»——— Marquis de Gil ifcard 1705 

^ei20 .. the Dutchefs Mazarine 1676 

, ^ JI2I ...i.— Two laft Years of the Reign 

of King Charles I. — — 1711 

j'/^itz ■ Ladies of Great Btitain, b)r Amory 

^ »755 

*/5i«3 ■ Duke of Rohan 1660 

5r»4 ■ — »*. 

ciaj — I ' Vifcount Dundee ■ 17:4 

ei26 - Major Alexander Ramkins 1719 

/ciij I the Court of France and Paris 

1702 
5 ia8 ———— Thomas Chubb — — 1747 
5139 — — — - in a Journey through China, by Le 

Compte,//«/f/ — — 1697 

/J 130 ————— Duke of Berwick, 2 vol. 1779 

giji — Wars of the Cevennes 1726 



h/l 



J, ^.6 



Hiftorjr.— 0£lavo. axj 



/J 






5132 Memoirs of Dumourier, and Letters to Pache, 

2 vol. ■ 1794. 

?'33 -— — — John Macky 1733 

/5I34- — — — — the Four lalt Years of Queen Anne 

1742 
^5^35 Impeachment of Earl of Danby 

1710 

^5136 *— — Count de Rochefort 1696 

5137 ■' ■ Firft Settlement at Barbadoeg 

^5138 .^ Monmouthfhire 1708 

^ 5 '39 ' — - John Nichols, fortraitf and Anec- 

dotes of William Bowyer, 1 778, N, B. only 
1 2 <opies printed 

^5140 Ireland ■ 1716 

^5'4* — "": the Life and Writings of Sir Rich. 

v73f 



Steele 



5142? — Campaign in Sweden 1788 

^5»43) Philip Thickneffe, VoL IIL 1791 

5*44 ■ — James Graham, Marquis of Mont- 

to{q, portrait Edin, 1756 

^S'45 ————— Denmark »■ 1700 

^5146 — — the D* de Ripperda *74'3 

^^5'47 • Duke of Shrewfbury 1718 

/! 5*48 — Denzil, Lord Hollis 1699 

/ 5 '49 ————— Marquis de Haatefort 1763 

5'S** — a late Eminent Advocate, by Mel- 
moth, />0r/ri>i/ • ■' — 1796 

5151/ ^ Relative to the Campaign of 1788 

5i52)Memoire fur la Population — — 1768 

5155 Memorialls for the Governments of the Royall 

Burgh's in Scotland — — Jl6erdftn i6S^ 

^5154 Memorials of Occurences in the Family of Sic 

George Sondes 

f 5*55 ""■" and Letters Relating to the Hillory 

of Britain Glahotv 1766 

/f^5«5<5 .5. L_ 

4 <^5>57 oftfae Family of Tufton i8co 

/ 4 5 is8 Menin Defcription of the Coronation of the 
4. ^-. Kings and Queens of France 






< 



<a4 



Hiflorj-^Qaztio, 



1^46 
1660 



f Ji/§tS9 Mercurius Ruflicus,/ro«/. 
/5160 Mctamorphofis Anglorum 



QUARTOS 



IV^endoza Theorique and Praflifes of War 

»597 
_■ — -. — (Copieofa Letter Tent oat of Eng- 
land to Don) ;&. /. — — 1588 

Merbury (Charles) Difcource of RoyaJl Monar- 

Middlefex, Petition of the Inhabitants of Ifle- 
worch againfl William Grant, I94(> Ma- 
lice Defeated, or Tryal of the Reverend 
Mr. Richardfon, 1712. Murther ofSir Ed- 
mondberry Godfrey, 1678 
/ ^ -5*^5 — — — — Strange and Wonderful Relation 
from Shadwell, or the Devil vizible, 1674* 
The Witch of Wapping, or Relation of the 
life and Devililh Piadices of Joan Peterfon, 
1652. Declaration in Anfwer to Lying 
Pamphlets, Concerning the Witch of Wap- 
ping, 16$ 2. Zealoos Expreflioas of Sir BaU 
thazer Gerbier 

— — — Defign for bringing a Navigable 
River from Kickmanfworth. 1720. Rules 




/ 



^$166 



2 5168 



and Orders lor Afcertaining the Right of every 

Proprietor at Ranelagh — — — '754 

Mildmay (Sir Wm.) Trafts — — — 1763 

Millar (John) Hidorical View of the Eagliih 

Government - — — 1790 



Milles (Jer.) Obfervations on the Wardrobe Ac- 
count — — — i-jjo 
{^5170 Milton (John) Tenure of Kings — 1649 
^! 5171 Minadoi (John Thomas) Warrcs of the Turkes 
I and Perfians _...._ 1595 
1^5172 MinlhuU (Rich.) Vienna 



*^'f.^ 






i/|^or>'.— Quarto. 225 

^3173 Moll (Hern 



J 



;^SI73 Moll (Herman) Atlas MiS^i^i^e — 1:723 
. 5*73* "~ Maps of England add Wales 

^5174 More (Sir Thomas) Utopia — 1614 

^5175 Mores (Edw. Rowe} Nomina et Infignie Genti- 
lilia — — . — -. 1749 

^/5i76 Morgan (J.) Phoenix Britannicus 173a 

/J^ 5177 Munday (Ant.; Watch Word to Englaade, b. I. 

'584 

5178 Narrative of the Late Parliament 1657 

/S'75 Na^'y '£ffay onthe) — — . 170* 

5180 NevylH (Alex.) De Furoribus NorfolcienGum 
^^ Ketti Duce — — -- 1575; 

5181 Newcaftle (Duchefs of) Life of Cavendifhe Duke 
.,, , of Newcaftl^ — . • 1675 

^ 51$* Nevrcorac (Peter) Hiftoiy of the Abbey of St, 
*" Aiban's, ^/« — mm. *. 1 79 J 

^183 Ne<vton (Sir Ifaac) Chronology — 1770 

^5184 Nicolfon {William) £nglifh, b'cotcb, and Icidi» 
H I llofical Libraries •— — 1776 

^5i8j; Nifbet (Alex.) £flay on Armouries, tutt, 

Edin. 1718 
5186 Noble (Mark) Genealogy of the Stuarts 

1795 

/^ 5187 Norden (John) Speculum Brittaxuux^ i7*3» 

Ralphe Brooke's £rrour in Norden's Brittan- 

vixv, porlrait — — — 1723 

/5 188 Norfolk (Scate of Fads in \)e.{emcjQ of the King's 

Right to) Fee Farm Rents in 

^ ^5189 North (Roger) Examen, /or/ra// — 1740 

5190 Life of Francis North, Lord 

Guildford, portrait -~- — 174* 

5 191 — — .— _ Sir Dudley North, por- 
trait — — — — 1744 
^5192 Noue (dela) Politicke and Militarie Difcourfes, 

b,L . ' 1587 

6 5*93 l^ottiiighamfhire (Trafts Relative to) Rook's 
Account of Oaks at Wclbeck, &c. 1790 

5194 Nugent (Thomasj Hiflory of Vandalia,z vol. 

1769 
J i /S*95 Orange (The Apologie of Prince Wm. oO 






^} n 5»96 
'* ^ / 5»97 

; / 5^<?8 
•J> 1^5^99 

J| A, 5200 

/ 5202 
/5203 



/6 



/ 5 20-4 
5*05 

f206 

5207 
5208 



) .ne's Military Tranfadlions in Indoftan, 3 vol. 

plates in boards — 17^9 

terreich Defcription, Des Deux Palais De^ 

Sans Souci - -» (773 

,^rbury (Sir Thomas) ObfcrvatioDi 1626 

)wen (Lewis) Running Regiflcr . 1626 

^uroldc (Walter) Varietic of , Memorable and 

Worthy Matters ' 1- 1605 

Oxford rHiftory of the Univerfity of) 1773 

(Vindication of; from the afperfions of 

Mr. Gibbon 
' — : : the Hiftoriographer of. 

'693 
Oxonieniis (Notitia Academlx) LtnJ, 



%> 



/ 



/' 



1675 
»743 

1654 
»799 



jS\ 5*09 



5210 
5211 



Packe (Chriftopher) Chart of Eaft Kent 

Pagitt (E.) Herefiography, /r«a/. . 

Park (Mango) Travels in Africa, pUte$ 

Parke (Robert) Hillorie of the Kingdome of Chi- 
na, b.l, — » I {88 

Parker's Evidence of TranfadHons in the Ead 
Indies — — jySa 

Parliamentary TranfaflioDs, ru/< — 1654 

Parliament (One and Thirty new Orders of) 
1659, Phillip's Long Parliament Revived 

1^61 



521a 



(Diurnall of) No. 243. to 994 



/^! ?*'^ 



Party (William) Declaration of Horrible Trea- 
ions Pradliled by. b. i. 1584. Earle of Nor- 
thumberland's Txeafon — 1585 



FOLIC. 



/a[ i**4 Weever (John) Funeral Monuments of .Great 

Briain, Uel&nd, Sec. portrait, Lent^, 1731 Se« 

gar on Honour, 1602, 

// 16*' J Wilford (John) Memorials and Lives of Worthy 

- '* — Perfops ' Loud, 1741 



% >&' 



> ( i^^ ) 

A/KziS ^itworth (Rob.) Report oa the Cacr from 
^/^ ■ Waltham Abbey j^, 

J^^j2 1 7 Wilkes (John) En<^li(h Liberty ^ " 1762 

* /5Z18 Wicquefoft on EmbaiTadors, by Dig 
I Lead, 1740 

5*19 Wilfon (Arthur) Hiftory of Great Britain . par- 

trait Land 1653 

^5220 Windwood (Sir Ralph) Memorials of Affairs of 
StSite^ portrait, 3 vol. Loud. 1725 

5221 Wood (Anthony) Athtn* Oxonienfist z vol. in i 

Land, lyti 

J 512* Wright (Mich.) Account of the Embaffy of Lord 

ItvCaAleciaioe, portraits Lond» 1688 

/^r 5223 Xenophon Cyropedia — Lond. 163* 

/^ 5214 (Hiftorie of) by John Bingham 

z -^ Lond, 1633 

/I V- ■■ 



ir 






renty-fourth Day*s Sale. 



Hiftory, 
OCTAVO. 



LOT 

i /5a25 JVllTCHELL (Charles) Principles of Leglf- 

^ lation *— 1796 

/ ^226 Middleton (Chriftopher) Vindication of the 

- ' Condudl of '74J 

^^^227 Mildtnay (Sir WIl!i»n>) on Eleftions 1743 

3 .,^ 



328 



/fi/?ory.— Oaavo. 



^5228 Military Hiftory of Great Britain, for 1756, and 

•757 
j.^^tzt) Miilan's Lift of hit Majefty's Forces. Lift of 



/ 5230 



Lift of hit Majefty's Forces, 
the Flag OiBcers, 1782 

Arnisof the Engliih NoHility 



^5231 Milton (John) Hiftory of Mufcovia 
523s/ Mirabcau, Speeches of 



• J^ 



M' VL 



1752 
i6S« 

_ . . ».79» 

5«33JM»rabile Pecce, or the Wonder of the Ppak 
^5234 MifTon's Memoirs and Ohfervations in his Tra> 

vels » " 1719 

5235 Model of the Province of New Jerfey 1685: 

^ 5236 Modeft Plea for aa Equal Commonwealth 
> 1659 

i 5237 Molefworth (Lord Vifc.) Standing Rplesforthe 

Army '744 

^5238 Moleville(Bertrand) Annals of the French Re- 



volution, vol. L 



antima 



/^5*39 Molloy (Charles) De Jure Maritii 
. 5240^MoIyneux (Wm.) Cafe of Ireland 

Y ^5241/ I. ^ . 

^5242 Monarchy Afferted 

^ J243 . ■ — Grounds and Reafons of 



1800 
1744 
»725 
>7»5 
2660 

1650 
1722 
Scotch 
1612 
1708 



/W, 



^ *> 



v; 



J ^5244 Monafticon Hibernicum, plattt '— 
^ji $24.5 Monipennie (John) Summary of the 
'« : ? Chronicles ■ " ■ — — 

^1 '7* 5«a6 Monraouthlhire (Memoirs of) 

^i ^i ^5247 Montague (^ \V,) on the Rife and Fall of An- 

j^ cient Republics j — '759 

^- 5248 Montrofe Redivivos,/tfr/ra;/ — — 1652 
_ 5*49 Moore (John) View of Manners in France, 2 

" i vol. ' '■ 1780 

^6 5*5° ■ on the French Revolution, 2 vol. 

A-^ j25t More (Richard) Relation of the Murders com- 

^ mitted by Enoch ap Evan 1641 

^_ 5251 Moritz (Charles) Travels in ir8» 1795 

/5t53 Morris (Valentine) Narrative of the Official 

r Conduaof 1787 



•^"^5*54 Mortimer vThos.) Student's Pock<t Diftionary, 

1 '777 

^ As^l^ Mottley (John) Life of Catherine II. 1744 



I 



^Wr V 



H/Jlety.'^Odavo, tt^ 



#r 



, ^, 5256 Motraye (de la) Remarks on the Hiftory of 

p: - Charles XII. -r- 1752 

A 5»57 Muret Rites of Funeral -— — i68j 

/ ^5*5» '^^^ , - 

M /52?9 Mufcovy, Ancient and Prefent State of i6()}? » ^ 

"^ '^ 5x60 Mufgrave (Wm.) Hiftory of Sir Robt. Walpole, 
f ^ 1738^ * 

^^4- S^^t Narrative of what palTed at Killala, Dubliny 

1800 \ 

^5 262 ■ the Ruflian Expedition again ft the 

'1 ^ Turks — — 1772 * ♦ « 

! / /jS^^i • . ' ' Convcrfion and_Death of Count "* ^1< 

Struenfee, /or/ra// — — «77J ^Jkt^ 

/ 5264 Natura Brevium,^. /. * ■■ .. i 1540 I ff^^f ' 

^ 5165 Naylor (F. Hare) HiHory of Helvetia* » vol. 

1801 

/»/5i66 Neck ar on Executive Power, 2 vol. 179J?, anC 

* Review of the Adminiftratlon of Ditto 179.1 

52677Nedham's Excellency of a Free State 1767 _^ '"l 

-^ <^ 5268/ Ncubrigenfis (GuL) Rerura AngUcarupif ^«^ Z*^ "^ 

^5269 Newton (R.^ Rules for Gentlemen of Hertford 

College ■ Oxford 1747 . 1' 

V ^ 527.0 Nicholfon (Wm.) Border Laws — *7^id^ ' • 
/• 5271 Nimrao^Wm.) Hifiory of SterlingshLre, aw^,^ '4|^' 

1777" . 
J 5272 Noble (Mark) Memoirs of the Houfe of Croxnr t^ * 
well, 2 vol, flaus, 1787. Richard's Review of wK 
Ditto, 1787 ^> * 

// 5273 ■ ' ■ Lives, of the Regicides, 2 vol, ■*■ 

1798 
//i ^ 5274 Norden (Fred. Le\^i$) Travels in Egypt and 

i ATabia, plates 1757 

//^ 5*75 ■' ■■ (John) Northamptonfliire 172Q * 

_^ 5*76 Norfolk Town — — , Norwuh 1786 

/) 5277 North Wales, Account of. Romantic, Parts of 

»77? 
^ 5278 Nova Scotia, with . an Account of Ca^a4a, * 

• ' «787 

^ / 5*79 Norwich (Defcriplion of) Norfolk Furies* Ef- • ; 

I fay on the Antiquity of Norwich 1728 ^ 

/, 5280 Noy (Wm.) Compleat Lawyer, portrait \tf^ r 






i 



7^^* /^5z8i Noy (Wm.) Groands and'Maxirai of Law 

4f i^ 1 »757 

V| ^^v^ 5»8a Nugent (Thos.) Travels through Germany z 

Jr ^ M vol. cuts 1768 

r» • *> V /. 5/83. — Obfcrvations in Italy, x volu 

f ^ • *' -^.'- 1769 

> ^V ^ ;<: 5284 O'Beirne (Thos. Lewis) on the Englifli Catholics 

rf fc* / 5*^5 Obfcrvations on fome Points of Latr, Edhtb, 

»759 
^ 5286 — ■■ the Office of Lord Chancel- 

, lor — — 1651 

ci 5287 —————— the Affairs of Holland i6z2 

y.z^aSS ■ ■ the Report of the Board of 

Trade. Accoont of the Grenada Laws 1770 
. y>f- 5289 Oakley (Simon) fiiftory of the Saracens, a vol. 
^14 , *'57 

:Jm^i >,^«90 ■■ " • Jews . 1707 

• ^v| ^ 5«9i Offices ofSheryffes, Bailiffes, &c. B.l, 
^* ' ^ .5292 Olon (Saint) Prefent State of Morocco ' 1695 
Z5293 Onflow (Arthur) on the Laws of Nil? Prius 

1789 
^ 5294^ Orleans (F. I. D') Hiftory df the Revolutions in 

\\ I - 4^ England 172* 

• ' ^J^isS. Orme (Robt.) HiHorical Fragments of the Mo- 






gal Empire, /»r/ra/V ' 1782 

*?./' 5296 Orjery (Earl of) State Letters, vol. IL 1743 
^ jj* 5297 Ofbeck (Peter) Voyage to China and the Eaft 
rj^ Indies, » vol, ■ ■ 1771 

* !j?T 1^98 Owen (John) Travels^ a vol. 1796 

/^' / 5299 vOxford (Companion for) — — 1789 

/-^ ^ 5300 J €uti — — 1763 

' ^^'5301 — — — Cafe of Founders Kinfmen with rela- 
^ '^ f tion to the Statutes of All Souls College 

' i /S3°* Painter's Voyage of Italy — — — 1679 

i /5303 Palaye (St ) Memoirs of Chivalry 1784 

^ ^ /5304 Palmer 4 Months Tour through France 1776 

/530s Paris, Viewof — i— — 1701 

*\ ^5306 Modern Rough Sketch of — 1803 

/ # ^ -^53®7 Journal of a Party of Pleafure to 1802 

iC i ^.^foS-Parker (Robt.) Memoirs of Military Tranfac- 
''-— rr^ " tions from 1683 to 17J8 ■ 1746 

» .V 






, f/j SSOg/PArkeif (Robt.) Memoirs of Military TranfacJ*^**" ^- * 
tions from i68j to 1718 '747ili 



\^ 



/xjio ('Thos.) Hiftory of Tranfaftions in the JCTJciCMf ^' 

^ £aft Indies ^ — ^11^ l^U^A " ^ 

5JIJ ( Richard) Antiquities ot Cambridge<'^lp»^\j^ • W^ 

5312^' ■ - ■' Hiftoiy oi his own Time'lKF w 

1727 • ' *^ •' V 
SJtSi——— (Sam.) ^c Rebus Suis •— 1726 , 




^ty^i 



.^>/ 



53i«rParkyn Hiftory of Yarmouth — 1776, 

53i5NParUain€nt Lift of Places that fend Members ta~ 

5316/—— — ^i 

y »e title ;■ ^ 

^ 53*7\ — — ^ Opinion of fundry Learned Anti- 

\ <jtiarie8 on ■ — 1658 

5318 J— i- Proceedings in — — 1791 

53 '^ ' the Conftitution of 1680 

// 5320 Parliamentary Hiftory «4 vol. 1761 

y 53x1 Parlon's Counfellor . 1703 

^53«i Parthenay (Abbe) Hiftory of Poland 1734 

J. 53*3 Patin (Charles) Travels 1701 

y 53*4 Patcrfon (Daniel) Defcription of the Roads 

I .' *776, 

/Si*i Patriotic Fund, Firft and Second Report of- . ' 

/ 5316 Patten (Robert) Hiftory of the late Rebellion J^v ' ^ < 

5 327) Paul's Rights of Sovereigns i-jzg^ Ji^ 

//* 5 5 28) Paufanias's Defcription of Greece, 3 vol 1794. - 

532g^Peace of Nimieguen ' '^79 , -• 10 

' 53 jo> Peerage of England 1 ■ >709 a 

533l) »7ii * ^ '*^ 

53321- ■■ » (Pocket) of Great Britain 1778 

5333! * Ireland, vol. I. — 1768 

5334) Scotland ■ 1767 

5335 Peltier (Jahn) Trial 1803 

5336 Penhallow (Samuel) Wars of New England 

^ J726. ' 

^/'/5337 Penn (Wm.) Accpunt of Travails ' 1694 

^ /5338 Pennant (Thos) Tour in Scotland, ^/,a/« 1773 

■f 1 5339 Addition J to the 410 edit. 

u / 7 1774- , 



r ^ 5^540 Peregnno de Turcarum '598- 

\ ^ /5J4* Perkins (John) Traft. 15414 Magna Charta/. /. 

•^ »54o 

5541 ;Perrau1t Chara£lers ■ — 1704. 

/ 5 343 >Perry (John) State of Raffia — — •1716 

5344) — — — 1716 

/ 5345 — — — Accoant of the Stopping of Dag- 

genham Breach, toith tht map 1721 

5 546^ Peterborough (Earl of) Condoft in Spain « 1705 

i ? 5S4T(P^^^y C^'*" ^*S Tradts relating to Ireland 1767 

. 5340 — — — — — on the Commons of EngUod 

1680 

1^5349 ————— Prefident» 1680 

-p (^535° Peyton (Sir Edward) Kingly Family of the Sta- 

•^ arts — — 1651 

J 535* Phenix or Solemn League and Covenant 

;? / 535* PiiilJpps (J* T.) Conttiiutions of Seven StatM 

/*" 53 53 • on Families who have been t^ised 

.^ *^, by Law — j686 

.^^* 5354 — (Morgan) Right of MarJ* Quetn o£ 

* '^ '^i Scotland — — 1571 

/^5355 Account of Malabar — 1717 

y^^SiSt — Voyage to Botany Bay, ^/a/zi 1790 

5357 1 Philofophical Sketches on Government 1795 

/ 5358]Philpot(Thos.) of Heraldry — 1672 

^ y2. /j 5359 Pickering's Statute at Large, 31 vol. and part z 

of 32, ViUh index 

/^ 5360 Pierreville (George) State of Denmark 1683 

^ 5361 Pilkingtoo[(Mrs ) Hiftoricai Beauties for yooog 

Ladies ■ — 1798 

,yjl Z596a Pinckard ^eorge) Notes on t"he Weft Indies, 3 

f I vol. — |Ko6 

2 53^3 P'Jicda (Peter) Genealogy of Douglas '754 

/ /53^4 ^'"* (Jo^'^P^) Account of the Mahometans, 

^ 1738 

/ 53^5 Pizarro, or the Conqueft of Peru «799 

5 366) Plain Fads into the Rights of the Indian Nation 

/ ^ i , »78i 

5367)Plaifted (Bartholomew) Journal from Calcutta 

j^/l ' 5368 Plea for an Equal Commonwealth 1659 



^./ 



7 



5369;Plowden (Francis) Hiftory of the Britifli Empire 

y ( »794 

/ 5370/Platarch's Lives, 5 vol, — — 1711 

J" ^ 531* Pointer (John) Britannia Romana 1724 

^.5372 I of the Univerfity of Oxford 

'749 
/ 5373 ■ ■-■! .1 Chronological Hiftory of Eng- 

land, g vol. — . — 1714 

y 5374 Polfet (Abbe) Travels thro* Barbary 
y 5375 Pole (Cardinal) Obfervations en )6o6 

Y/ 5376 Political and Satirical Hiiloryof the Years 1756, 
I and 1757, with 75 prints, ralative to Lord 

Bute 
/I/5377 - State of Europe, 3 vol. 1791 

2 5378 and Military Rhapfody ii, 

^ 5379 Polybius, by Hampton, 4 vol. 1761 

^ ^ 4380 Fragment of the 6th. Book 1743 



QUARTO. 



^ /^53B» Paflon Letter, 25 copies 

<i / 538* Paterfon (William) Four Journeys to the Coun. 

'i try of the Hottentots and Caffraria 1790 

5383 Paul's Church Yard, Lilri Theologici 
/5384 Peacham (Henry) Commons Complaint i6ti 
' 5385 Peck (Francis) Defiderata Curiofa,//a/« i» board$ 

'776 

5386 Life of Oliver Cromwell, portrait^ 

1740. Life of John Milton, /or/ra///, bound 

together, 1740 
> 5387 Pegge (Samuel) Fitz-Stevens Defcription of 

London. Fumigium or Smoak of London, 

by John Evelyn, 1 771 
5j88 ■ Curalia. 3 parts, 1783. Ditto 

part 3d. 1791. Account of the Chamberlain 

of Scotland, 1771 
A J389 Pedigree and Defcent of General Monck 1659 

'. / H h 



•34 



^//ftfij.— Quarto. 



/ 






/j 






/ 



J 



5390 Pennant's London, ift. edjtion with the Addi- 
tions,. 2 vol, platet — — 1790 

539' Tour in Scotland, 17781 part 2^ plant 

1776 

5 39, 5-0^ North Wales, »-vol. 

^jgj . f / Journey from Cheftcr, to London, cuts 
/ 178* 

g3Q4i -^ — » to Snowdon, or// 1781 

^3Qc -^— Li rerary Life, /or/ra// 1793 

5396 Ferneauix (Alexander) Hiftory of the Shire of 
Tweedale^tfr/r<i/> — 17 15 

5397 Perfia and Georgia (Hiflory of) »7?6 
^3^8 Pefhall (J.; Aniient and Prefent State of Oxford 

1773 
6 S3^9 Phillips (John) on Inland Navigation, fvitbplan 

1785 
1^00 ■' ■ ■■ (Fabian) on Pijeennplion and Pourvey- 

ence of the King i/>65 

yj^oi ■ (Th' mas) Long Parliament Revived 

166 1. Lamentable Difconrfe on the Paricide, 

&c, of Heufy the IV. of France 16.0 

\^ 5402 Pia^ze (H. Bartholomew) Account of the Inqai- 

fiiion of Italy* Frcocb and Epglifli, Mtf/ £<'<'• 

gi't leaves — — 171* 

5403 Pi! king on 'John Carteret) Real Story, tvith 

portrait of Wr . P Ikingtoh 1760 

/ 5404 Pitman 'HeniyJ Stranj e Advenures 1689 

5405 Poccck (R.) Hiiio'y of Gravefend and Milton, 

/•li/et — ■ '797 

^ 5406 Pockcr Guide to the Engii(h Traveller, or Roads 
of England, on 10c p'atet ^719 

5407 Ponponius Mela, engtifhed by Goldipg, i. /. 

'590 
-5408) Poroponii Mela de Situ Orbis 1711 

5409] Palimantria, of Mrans to Judge of thp Fall of 

a Con mon Wraith *595 

5410/PolcniaB (de Pate» — — 1607 

541 ij Polwhele Hiftorical Views ol Dfvonftire 

Exeitr 1 79 J 
C412 Poor (Colledioa of Pamphleis concerning the) 

/i9. S-J, '787 



! ^\ 



4 






Hi/iorj. ^■mQ^S.Tto, .435 

></'54»3 Portlock (Nathaniel) Voyage Round the WoMd, 

plant — — — 1789 

544 Proceedings of His Majefty's Fleet under Earl 

Howe ■ '796 

^Si^5 Pofitions and Proceedings in Britaine under Pre- 
tence of Reformation — ■?95 

5416 FowDall's Antiquities of Provincia Romanaof 

Gzn], plates — — — > 1788 

5417 Preftwich's Refpublica 1787 

^5418 Pfideaux (Humphrcyj A Ward of King Charles 

I. Setling 2s, in the Pound of Houfesin 
Norwich for Maintenance of the Clergy there 

1707 
54i9^fOceeding!; of His Majcfty's Ecclefiaftical Com- 
moners againft the Bifhop of London and 
/ Y the Fellows of Magdalen College 1688 
O rA»o( Againft Garnet the J; fo't and Con- 
federates — >6o6 




iK 

/$\tt Proclamation for Reformation, publiihed by 

Philip JV. of Spain — 162^ 

/54s 3 Prynne (William) Declaration again 11 the New 

TaxofExcife — if. 54 

y4*4 ' Demurrer to the Jpws 164(8 ^\oX^^c^*^ui 

5425 ■ - ■ Sword of Chriftiao Magif^ 

tracy Supported, and 8 other Tracts by Ditto 

64a 

^426 ■' " ' ■ " « Soveraigne Power of Par- ^otlkdraicn, 

liameats, and 1 1 other Trafts, With Catalogue "• 

of his Books 1643 

/^iV^7 "^ -'■ Soveraigne Power of Par- 

liaments ■■ _— ii>. 

^18^ Publick Regifter, oi- Weekly Magazine 1741 Axot^ov^ivi. 

7 



I 



Poetry, 

FOLIO. 

y J 54x9 Ariofto (Lad.) Orlando Furiofo, by HarrlogtoOr 

vjood cuts, btfl edit, — — 1634 

yj' 5430 ' 

additional platts — — ih, 

•^ 5431 Du Bartas (Sylvefter) his Divine Weeks, frttti/- 

fiect by Elftracke 
^i^543« Chaucer (Geoffrey) Works, by Vnty, plate/ 
J* ^5433 — (Gloffary to) /. p. foK The Mar- 

fin full of Manufcript Additions. Colleded 
y the late Learned Mr. Bowyer, as Mr. 
Reed informed the Rev. Mr. Todd 
J ^54S\ Daniel (Samuel) Works Lond. 160s 

^ 5435 Drayton (Mat.) Works, na titlt 

5436^Ueorgi Secondo Acadcmis Cantabrigienfis 
/i r Cantab, 174S 

5437/ Homer, trandated by G. Chapman 
/, 5438 — — Battaile of Frogs and Mice, &c. by G.' 
Chapman, «• title 
y 5439 Riligrew (Mrs. Anne) Poems Loud. 1686 

/ 4 5440 Lacan Fharlalia, by Sir Arthur George's 

Ltnd, 1614 
$441 Maailios (Marcus) the Sphere tranflated by Edvr. 

Sherburne 1677 

yA 544k Montemayor (George) Diana, traaflated by Bar- 
' tholomew Young — — Lutd. 1 $98 

^5443 Settle (Elkanah) Hanover SucceQlon, anHeroikk 
Pbem, Lond, 1705. Thalia Triumphans 

«734 

^1 s 444 Spcnfer (Edward) Faerie Queen Loud. 1611 

S S445 Sydney (Sir Phil.) CouuteTa of Pembroke's Ar- 

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' 544.67Poncet (Monfieur) Voyage to Ethiopia 1709 
j^\ ^ 5447 Poole (R.) Joarney from Holland^ a vol. //am 

i $448/Pope's Supremacy confuted i68z 

5449J Porter ^Sirjamei) Obrervations 1771 

^ 5450 Portugal (Prefcnt State oQ *7'5J 

^ S^5* Puflevini de Re Mofcovia Antw. 15^7 

/^ ^545z Potter (John) Antiquities of Greece, t yol.plaui 

1764 
^5453 Powell (Manfdl) Proceedings in Eqoity againft 

/ i4H Pownal (Thomas) of the Britiih Colonies^ t vol. 

»77* 
f455/Praftife of the Court of Chancery 1651 

Exchequer 1658 



/4 ^^56; 



Pratt (Thomas) Gleanings, 4 vol. 179^^ 

^ 6 545^ ■ " ' in England i8oi 

^ 5459 Prefidents (Booke of) ^' /• 1569 

^ 5460 Price (John) My ftery of Hit Majefty's Reftoura- 

t'lon, fo /rait — — 1680 

/ J461 Prince (Thomas) New England Annals 1736 

^ ^ 64^* — — (Dau.) Debates to ihc Coaiinons« » vol. 

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5463 Prior (Matthew) Mifcelianeoos WorkSf t ToT. 



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5464 Proceedings in the Houfe of Commons agarnft 
Lord Clarendon — ■■■■ 1700 

^^465 Protefts of the Lords of Ireland, 1654, to 1770 
«^; 5466 Proteftants of Holland (Rebcarfal of the Vi6tory 

/i of the) i,l. «57J 

/ ^5467 Prufiia (King of) Canfipaigns 1763 

jZ /j 54^^ Pfalmanazar (George) DefcriptioQ of Formofa 

1704 

^ /£46q ■ '■ . ■■ I II en- 

qniry into the Objedions Againft Do.//«/r 

• 705 
Effayt, 1753, and Dialo« 



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1707 

1 (Memoirs of) portrait 

1764 



yj- 547 1 

/J 547' Put^'c Charafters from 1798, to 1805,7 vol. 
^ 5473 Puffendoif's Hiftory of Europe, by j. Saycr, « 

j vol, ^ ■ — 1764 

A 5474 Qointus Curiiui, tranflated by John Bremll 1592 

A/g^T^ 1614 

^1 ^ e476)Rabaad de St. Etienne Revoiution of France 

'/ f *79* 

r477)Rabutin (Roger dc) Hiftory of the Ga«U 1715 

^5478 Kack (Ed.) fcffays — i?^! 

/ ^5479 Rat^clifFe (William} IntroduAion to UniTerfal 

Hiftory .— 1787 

J /^548o ■- (Anne) Journey thro Holland, 2 vol. 

»795 
/ /5481 Raleigh (Sir Walter) Hiftory of the World 

170a 

J650 



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/: 5483 Ralph (James) Ufe and Abufe of Parliament*, a 

vol, — — — — 1744 

^i /54^4 Ramble (a Fortnight's) to the Lakes 179a 

^ .5485 -' >7V$ 

'^ 5486 Ramfay (Chev) Eflay oa CivU Government 



'Hipry CMlavp. »39 

jn 5487 Rapln's Hiftory of England, 21 vol. pertrait$fin 

Ru//ia 1 7 ^7 

$4.88 lUyn ;1 (Abbe) Hiftory of the Eaft and Weft lu- 
dies. by Juftamoud, 8 vol. 178$ 

^ 5488* Ray (John) Travels thro' the Low Countries, z 
vol. — — 1738 

>^ 54^9 ■ ■ . ■ - S&Ied Rgmains. by Scott 1760 

5 4^0 Raymond (Hen. Aug.) Hiitory of Guftavus King 

of "'w^den — — ' 1761 

549* Rayner (j.) Biographical Hiftory of Sir William 

Blackftoue 1781 

5492 Reeves (John) Hiftory of Newioundlaod 179$ 

J 5493 » on Navigation 1792 

5494 Review of Public Buildings, //a/^i lyiS 

/ 14)5 Regicides no Saints, nor Martyrs 1700 

^ 54q6 Rrgulations of His Majeft/'s Forces 1798 

^ 5497 Remarks upon the Reigns of Several of our Eu- 

gliih Princes —. 1709 



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/ S4Q8^ on the Manifeftos _ 1779 



5499\ •■ Encroachments of the Titamesnear 

Durham Yard « 1711 

^ ^500 — — Liberty and Neceffity 1765 

/ 55pi Renaudot (Eufebjus) Accounts of Ipdia and 

rhina — — 173J 

/ / 550* Report of the Lords Committee's to View the 

Records — — I7«9 

// 550z*Relation of the French King's Expedition into 

the Spaniih Netherlands 1669 

>f^ 55®3 that Unfortunate Expedition of Kent, 

Effex, and Colchelter — 1650 

^; 5f04 -; — • — '- 

/ ^ 55®5 ■■ the Embafly of de Chammont 1687 

* „ 5506 — — late Horrid Rebellion 1650 

; y 5507 - -— Rome, as to the Government 1664 

/ // 55^^ Remembrancer of Excellenf Men 1670 
■^ A 55^9 Remarkable ProvidencCb, no title 

^5510 Report from the Secret CoijuTiittee 1798 

/ 55^* — — — of the ^ommiffioners forf ees '79S 

•^ •/ 55" Rerefby uo n) MemoTS — 1715 

J 5513 Revolution in Fiance (Letters oil the) 179s 

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^55/5 Richard (John) Toar from London to Peterf- 
burgh — — 1778 

f5i6/Richer's (Tho.) Genealogy of Spain, /9r/rai< 

(■ ' 744 

55 \ 7) Ridley (Gloucefter) Review of the Life of Pole 

1766 

j;5'8)Right of Suceeflion to the Crown of England 

/ I »72J 

5519) Roads (Tables of) from Calcotta 1778 

5j;30 Roberts (George) Foor Years Voyages«/Zi7/r# 

17x6 
A 5520*Robe'tfon Parian Chronicle 1788 

^ 5531 Robinfon (Robert) on the Law of Inheritance 

'7?S 

j^j/jjai Robinfon (Thomas) on the Natural Hiftory of 
j Weftmorland and Cumberland 1709 

GaTelkind — — 1741 

// 5524 Robfon (Jofeph) Six Years Refidence in Hnd* 
! fon's Bay — — lyjt 

I / 552$; Roch (Thomas) on the Abufe of Corporation 

j ^ Government — ^ — 1760 

•763 
America 

y '765 

i ^1(588 Rohan of the Intereft of Provinces 1641 

6\ 6S^ Rolle ^Samoel; ou the Burning of London 

j 1667 

/" 5530 Rolt (Richard) Hiflory or the War, 1759. 4 vol. 

»754 

2. 5531 Roman Law (Summary of) 177a 

/ ^5j2 ■ Hiflory (Difiertation on the Uncertainty 

I ^ of) 1740 

/ J1J3 Rome's Rarities • 1684 

/ 5534 and London Compared 1710 



/' 5;i6/Rocque (J.) Traveller's Affiflant 
55a7(Rogers (Robert) Account of North 



^; / 5535 ^°^* (Alex.) View of all Rcligioni in the World 

l6g6 
/* 5536 ^— Animadvcrfiona on Sir Walter Ra- 



leigh 
/ J5 37 Ruffian Empire (Anecdotes of the) 1734 



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//i-f^rjp.— Oftavo. 141 

/ 5^38 Raffian Empire (Prefent State of) itfyl 

r 5539 Ruffe Commonweaith, by G. Fletcher ijgS 
/ 5540 Ruflja (Prefent State of) — 1711 

' • «54i Rutty (John) of the County of Dublin, t »ol. 

'77» 
CC4X Rye Houfe Plot ^Declaration of the Con fpi racy 
''of) — — 1686 

(543^Riyrwick {A&s and Negociations of the Peace 
/of) — — i6g8 

5j;44\Sacheverell (William) Account of the Ifle of Maa 
' 170Z 

|544)Sackville (Lord) Trial 

5546]Sadeur (James) New Difcovcry, or the' Southern 
World — — — 1693 

^ S'iM Saintfoix Hiilorical £flay; upon Paris, 3 vol. 

1766 
^•548 Sallut, by Rowe -^ — 1751 

gg43 — Maffett — Dubli'tt ijyt 

cjgo Salifhary Gaide, 1798* Account of Old and 

New Sarum, i79$« Defcriptiou of Stone* 

heoge 

^ $$p Salmon's Examination of Burnsts Hiftoryofhis 

Own Time*, 2 vol, • — 1714 

g?S* " -—' Survey of England — 1728 

5553 Salter (Samuel) Moral and Religious Aphorifms 

nsi 

5554 Saltoun (Alexander Lord) on the Difquali/ica- 

tion of the Elded Scots of the Peers of Scot- 
land — .^ .^ 1^88 

/555S 7-7;; '« ^ 

so. edit. — — 1789 

< J56) Savage's Hiflory of Germany, portrait 1 702 

S55T/ U') Hiftoryof the Prefent State of the 

J Commerce of Great Britain 1805 

^${j;8 Savile : George) Charafler of Charles n, 1750 

5559 Savary Letters on Egypt, 2 vol. 1787 

556Q>Saunders (Robert) on the Poor Laws 1799 

5 561? Scbomberg( Alexander jHillorical and Chronolo. 

^ gical View — — Oxford 1784 

'/ 556* ^— (laac) Naval Chronology, 5 vol. 

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5469 




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558* 
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/ 5584 

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Scott (George) Memoirs of Sir Jaipes Melvil 

. ,.., Edin. 17 35 

—J — » John) Staggering State of the Scott 
Siatcfmeo for One Hundred Year? 

Edinburgh 17^4 
Scots (The Defign for ,Colony at Dfirien 

1699 

Scotland (Memoirs of) 1714 

(Short Account of) by Mofer i "C2 

V I ■ ' ■■' ■! ;. ■ . ■■ morouoy 

gilt kavei — — — ib. 

— ^- The lateExPiDicioN in> made by the 

Kynget Hyghnys Army, undei the conduit of 
the ryght honorable the Erie of Htrtferdt, the 
Year of our Larde God i$44« b» L 

See Note, in which is aid a <-'opy of this 
Book fold at \^oodho)ife's fale for i>JXTEKii 
Guineas. .. 

Impartial Account of AflFairs in 

»705 

(Intireft of, confidered. 1733 

\ »73& 

Proceedings i|a the Parliatpent of 

^ ■■.'...•-•!'- .--" . 1704 

— ^^ Prefent Slate of — . — 1482 

-r — — Sovereignty Afferted, by Ridpath 

■ I ., ■ f i Principlet of the. the Lavv of 

.... ^" ^^'«^- 1764 

Scottilh Regifter for 1794 

Seaman (Wm,) Reign of Orchan I^ing of the 

Turks . *795 

Search (Edward) Free Will and Fate i-6j 

Seward Anecdotes of Diftin^uilhed Perfons, 5 

vol. ' I '795 

"~" '• . ■,•'■ . . , ib, 
-'■ '■ Anna) Memoirs of the Life of t)r. Dar- 
win — — — . J 804 

Sh,rp (Samuel) J et'ers from Italy 1766 

— - ^.'r n^ lie on Ctown Law i— *773 

Shaw (S.) Toui to the Weft oi England 

1789 



tTi^ety. -'Quarto, j^j 

J'l^Si^l Shelvocke (George) Voyage Round the World 

1757 

/^ $6^^ Sheridan (J R.) Account of the Revolution in 

Sweden ' — . i-^gj 

/ ^ S5^9 (C. F.) Revolution in Sweden 

1783 
2 5590 Sherlock (Martin) Letters from an EngHfh Tra- 
veller, 2 vol. — — 1802 
^5591 Shirley (William) on the Commerce of the 
Kingdom ■ — 177'j 
^S59« Shtwer vjohn) Refleflions on the late Earth- 
quakes —i i6g5 

A ' 5593 Sicily and Malta Prefent State of, 1788" 

/] SS9* Siege of Aotwerpe, no title 

f J95 "■ Vienna, Account of the Mtfraeeo^ 1688 

•^jgd^Sierre Leone Company, Report of, &c. 1794. 

^5597] Simeon (John) Law of Eleftions 1789 

^5598 Skrine (Henry/ Account of the Rivers of Great 

Britain - ■ .■; iZot 

^5599 Slave Trade, for and againft 7 vol. 



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5600 Raleigh (Walter) Difcovery of Guianji 

'596 
^5601 Raleigh (Geo.) Albania, or Concernmeut of Gt. 

Britanny 1641 

^5601 Randolph |6er.) State of the lilandt in (he Archi- 
pelago Oxford 1687 

^5603 Raftali's Hiftory and Antiquities of Southwell, 

flatii »7gjr 

/'5604 Rauthmeil (Rich.) Roman Antiquities of Over- 
borough — — — , 7^5 
56o5)Records (Copies of) in King's Bench, Weflm. 

[ "763 

56o^Regiftrum Rrgale I ' l ■ Eton, 1774 

5607 Relation of the State of Religion in the World 

/ 1605 

^ 5608 Remonftrances, Declarations, &e. 164a 



/ 



S|4 liiJfefy,"'Qu%si9» 

d/j §^09 Reply {P, U's) Reply, to the P«rfon of Quality's 

Answer to the Duke of Ormond '664 

/| j6io Report of the Proceedingi in Error, Harrifon 

againft Alexander 1768 

/I f6ii Richarufon (Robt) (late of the Evidence io the 
I Caofe of D. Hamilton, &c. 1769 

S 5*12 Ridley (GI0.I Life of Nicholas Ridley 176J 

±\ ^ 5^*3 Riraiua Memoir* of the Houfe of Brunfwkk 

1 »7SO 

// A $^'4 River (Defign for a Navigable) from Rickmanf- 

worth to St. Gyles in the Fields 1641 

<f /j 1^*5 Robert/yn's (Wm.) Hiftory of Scotland, s vol. 

1760 

^^5616 Rowe (John) Tragi Comedia or Wonderful 

! Hand of God at Witney — ^ 1651 

/ 5617 Royal Legacies of King Charles L to his Perse< 

cutors and Murderers — 1649 

jjj ^5618 Robinfon (T.) Anatomy of the Englifli Nunnery 

I at Lifbon 16 j a 

^^5^'9 Rowland (Hen.) Antiquitiee of the Ifleof An- 

g\ciey,p/ates 1766 

J 5630 ■ (Supplement to) with Memoirs of 

j Owen Giendour 1775. Short Account o£ 

Holyhead. Depofitionsagaind Dr. Bowles, 

to remedy the grievance of perfons not un« 

j derftanding the Britifli Language, holding 

Livings in Wales ■■ '"'/J 

^ i€kT Ryther (A ) Difcourfe concerning the Spanilh 
^ Fteet invading England in igsS, *. /, 

^ /^ ij'Caa Salgado (James) defcription of the Market 
plaoeofMadiid, and the Boll-baiting there 

1683 

5615 Salluft on the Confpiracie of Catiline, tranflated 

by T. Paynell, *. /. »-;#z — 1541 

5624 Scotland (Certa n Matters concerning) Genra* 

'■ logy of the Kings, &c. 1603 

/| ■56*5 I True and Ne«r Intelligence from 

' ■679* Hiftory of his MajeRy's Affairs ander 

Montrofe 1648 

- (Account publiOied by the Aflembly of) 
1641. Difcovcrie of a Plot in Scotland, 
Inhuman Crocities by t>>e l^eb(ehk >679* 



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I 



Difcovery of a bloody Confplrade . at Edin* 
burg, related by Mr, Pym, 1641, with /or/. 
rtait, and 5 other 

^6*7 )■ Scheme for augmenting the ftipend of 

// > the Clergy of) £^/>r. 1751 

§6tS)ScoU Scouts Discoveries, 2 parts 164X 

i A 5629 Scottifh Hiftory (Fragments of) EJitg. 1 798 

// 5630 Seffion Papers and Dying Speeches, 4 vol. 1^46 

t//^ ^ 5^3' ■' viz. Tryals of London Apprentices 

for pulling down Bawdy^hoofes, (6^8. Trial 

of feveral Perfons, 1678. Trial of John Co* 

inyn and Chadwick Chambers, 1 707. Ditto 

I of perfons for the attem,pt to murder Mrs, 

\ I Bridget Hyde, Co&feffion and Execution of 7 

i Prisoners, rb**?. 

j . 56}2) Sherlock (Martin) Letters 
y/ /J 5653(Sherley (Sir Anthony) Travels into Perfia, 

g\ |€54 Shute (John) Two Comnsntaries, of the Otto- 
man Empire, and Wars againft Sanderbegt 

*./. i$6« 

' / I^JS Simplicitie** Defence agaiaft feven-headed Po- 

! licy 1646 

I ! 5636ySinclair (John) Appendix to the Hiilory of the 
/i^. V Public Revenue — - 1789 

6637) Sleiden (John) Chronicle, ^. /. ■ 'S^3 

/ 5638 Smith (John Choir Gaur 1771 

^/ 56 j9 Smith (L. F.) Account of Mahratta War, flaUi 

\ coltuttdt Calcutta 

A /j 5^« Smollett (T.) Hiftory of England contiotted, s 

I vol. 1765 

I ^ 5641 Smith (Thomas) dc Republica AngJorum, b» I, 

i 1583 

/^ 564* — — — Certaia Difcources on the Forms 

i of Weapons, 1590, and Orders Mylitarie 

y^55„ ii'i 

ib, 

i 3 o %^^'i Solomon (Temple of) with flattt^ manvuo pit 
1_L— . ieavti ■ — 171U 



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5645 Taffo (Trog.) Godfrey ofBallognc, trinflatttl 

by Edward Fairfax, MSS. notes, Z,«)iy. 

r6o» 

5646 Taylor Tjohn) the Water Poet, all the Workei, 

front. — LonJ, 16^ 

5647 Tillet (Titon) Defcription da Parnafle Fraocoi*. 

2 torn, ' " — — Parit 1760 

5648 TraAs, Political Hamillato Cesarioand iz othei 

in 1 vol. 

Tickell's Poem on the Lord Pri- 
vy Seal, and 14 other, 1 vol. 

wmm~ mm. THooghts OR tfic FouT Lsft 

Things. PopeVEflay on Man. Pope's Cha« 
racers of Women, 1735. Epiflle to Lord 
Cobham, fire. 

■ ■■ Ode on the late Snccefles at fea» 

174^. Advice to Mr. L n, 1740. Lon& 

Lamentation, Plaid Hunting, Richmond, &c* 
Dodington'sFriend'y Advicetoa 



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^1/5655 Smellic (William) Lives of John Greogry David 
■^f Hume, &'c. 

' 5656 Smith (Alex.) Lives of the mod noted Bay liffs 

1723 
V, 5657 ■ I (Wm.) Annals of Univerfity College, 

1728 

* j/igS — Natural Hiftory of Nevis, 

Camb, 1745 

/ -^ 5^59 " (Charles) Stateof Kerry Dublin 1756 

A /A / 5660 '■■ ! i i jH: .'.m > ' v'. ' .»- ' J ' ■*^- Cork 2 vol. ib. 

..- -- 1750 

/i^ j66i > — — Watexford ih, 1746 

^ 566.2) (Thos. on the Turks 1673 

' ^6631 — ' (Sir Thos.) the Commonwealth of Eng- 

i land '63 J 

^ 5664 Smollett (Tobias) Travels thro' France & Italy, 

a vol, — 1766 

/566f JSnel^tave ^ William) Account of Guinea 1734 

''^i '^.5666/ Soldier's Journal — — 1770 

I :j*67) Solicitors Prattice in Chancery — 1758 

0^66%) — — — 177? 

/, 5669 Somner (William) of the Roman Forts Oxford 
■"■ , '-•• ■ ' •' 1695 

A/j^1<=> V Tii-.. ,^i.l-^- U-- 

ib. 
- jf^' Sorbier's Voyage into Engl«nd(Observation8 on) 

^567* - — — 1695 

/A 5673 Solis ( Anthony) Conquest of Mexico, 2 vol, 

platts 1738 

5674 Soo(a(Man) Hiftory of India, 3 torn. 16^5 

367; bouthey Robert) Letters on Spain and Poitugal 

, '799 

^ 5676 Soulhoufe-(Thomas) of the Monaftery of Faver- 

j ' (ham 1671 

i ^ 5677 Spain (Account of) 1700 

/ 5678/ Papers Relative to the Rupture of 1765 

1 ^^'5^79] Enquiry into the War of — 17 12 

-^ ^ S**'^ Spalding (John) Troubles in Scotland, 2 vol. 

— gS ai S paniardc Confpiracy of againd Venice 1 769 



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•^ 5682JSpanifli Empire in America •» 

5683 ^Speech of his Majefty, Feb. 6th — 



6684J. 

568jjSpirit of Legiflation 

5686) Nation g 



»74T 

1684 
ih. 
>77« 
?75| 



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5687)Spotifwoocl (John) Procefs before the Lords of 

> the Council 1718 

568 sj Squire (oamuci) of the £nglifli Confticutioa 

•75a 
56891 Staehlin (J.) Accoont of the New Northern 

f Archipelago ■ — '774 

5690^ Stanhope (P. Dormer) Memoirs of AfiaiicBi« 

1714 

i/1^5691) — (Charks Earl) the Rights of Jurio* 

^ ( . . '79» 

5692^Stan7an (Temple) Grecian fiiftpiy, a rol, 1751 

/^%^)j,] ' Account of S«ritzerlancli7i4 

5*94) State Paper*, ColleftioB of — — J 794' 

5695 State Prifoners, dying fpeecbes of 

^'5696 Papers — <- 

y 5697) Statute Law of Scotland 

^ 569SJ -'» relating to high Treafon 

$ ^5699 Stavely (Thos.) on Churches 

^ 1700 Stebbing (Shaw) Tour in 1787 to the W. If- 

lands 

; .5701^ Steele (Sir R.) Hiftory of Late Years 1714 

-^ ^570a)Stephens (John; Hiftory of Perfia 1715 

^' /5703 Stewart (Gilbert) on the Engliib Conflitotioa 

1770 
yjo^ ■ - Critical Obfervatlons 00 Bniidings 

»77» 
.570$ Is ockdale (John) Parliamentary Goide 1784 
I '^57o6)Stone (John; on Bankrupts — 1695 

^' 5707 Stow (John) Chronicles, i. /. impttftiQ 

57q8 Strange (Sir John). Caies relating to £vidence, 

•754 
f709)Sutherhnd (J.) Letter to the Electors of Great 

( Britain 1791 

57x01) Saw orrow (Alex.) Campaigns, a vol 



"730 
17 1« 

»75r 

1746 

>77J 



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571X Symes (Michael) fimbaif/ to Ava, 3 iroL 

atiax 1 ■ ■ M l. 

-^7i«- Symmoni ReAitutus ■ 



1799 
with 
180a 
169J 



^ 2.,/J. 



UiJfoty.'-'O&.zyo, 245 

f 57i3ySympron (William) Voyage to the Eaft Indie$ 
. »7'5 

^ /^57»4 (David) Account of the Name of Stuart 

1712 
^ 57'5 Tacitus, tranflated by Aikin — 1777 

/ 5716 Talbot (Sir R.) Letters, 2 vol. — 1771 

/ 5717 Talma (J.; on the French Revolution 
/ 5718 Tangier, Prefent State of — 1676 

57i9^Taubman (Nath.) Memoirs of the Fleets in 

/^ \ i708-'709 1710 
572q^ Taylor and Skinner's Maps of the Roads of Ire- 
land ~~~ , '777 

f 5721 m nm (Joho) TravcIs, 3 vol. ■ 1761 

/5722 Temple (Launcelot) Ramble thro' France and 

Italy — 177 c 

^Sl^i Tench (Major) Letters in France 1796 

/ 5724 Terry (Edward) Voyage to the Eaft Indias 

'655 

^ ^ 51^S Thickneffe (Philip) a Years's Journey thro' the 

Netherlands, 2 vol. ■ 1 786 

/ ^5726 •• on the French Nation 1766 

'/) ^57^7 ■""" -"^ Memoirs and Anecdotes, z 

vol. — IT88 

^ 5728 Thomas ^Pafcoe) Voyage to the South Seas 

»74f 

/ 5729 Thorn fon (Henry) Intriguesof a Nabob 1780 

4 5730 — — — (Edward Sailors Letters, a vol. 1767 

j2 /^573* ' ( rhomai) Account of 2 Miffionary 

Voyages, — — 1750 

/y fi732 Thorclby (Ralph) Hiftory of the Church of 

' Leedes, plates 17*4 

£- 5733 Thoughcs on Executive Juftice — 1785 

^ ^5734 Throfby 'J.) Memoirs of the Town and County 

^ o\ Leicefter, 3 vol. '777 

/^ 6735 Thacydides by Will Smith, t vol. 1781 

/ ^ 573^ Thynn (Fran.) Concerning Ambafladors i68» 
J 5737 Todd (Henry John) Account of the DeaijsjK 

Canterbury — — — '793 

Toland (John) Anglia Libera — 1701 

Mifcellaneous V/orks 1747 



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t50 Hiftory—0£lavo. 

I ^ 5740 Tolendal (Comte de Strafford) — i-jp; 

'"' Jf 574-' Tooke's Account of RulTia, 4 vols 1780 

/ i/i 574* Topographer, 4 vol pUtet 1789 

/ 5743 Topographical Letters — • '757 

X 5744 Torr (James) Antiquitiea of York 1719 

^ 5745 Tour through Ireland — 1746 

y 5746 — 1760 

/1^5747 Great Britain, 4 vol. 17^9 

^/jSl^^ to the Cavei — — 1781 

/|-^5749 ofHolIand — — »77« 

•^ 5750 iu Teefdale — — «8o4 

• /'^575i —— France and Flanders 1780 

^ 57;al-' .. — — Cheltenham — 178J 

I 575J* Towers (Jofeph) Trafts, 3 Tol. — 1794 

5^|_i^5754 Tradts, A moft Curiom CelUaien of, viz. Ad- 
vice to Parliament impr. at Sa^aj 1545* 
A Letter written by the King of Na- 
varre to the French King 1585, A true Re- 
port of Three ftrangt Wills lately found at 
Htunham Regis, in the Countie of Wariuicke, 
^* ^ '579* ^^ Example o^GttTs Judgment on 
two Children born in high Dutch Lande in the 
Citie of Lutt/ioloffy tranflated by Cornelius 
Pet, i, L cuts. A detection of iammahlt 
Dri/tes pradifed by three Witches at Cbelmii» 
forde, b. I. 1 S79« FaQs of Witchcraft e ap- 
proved on Margaret Hatketty of Stanmore, b, I. 
1585, A Prophetie uttered by the daughter 
of an honed Countryman called Adam 
Krause, b. I. 1580, Antwerpes Unitye, b. I, 
1579. George Bochannan, againft Mary 
Queen of Scots and Earl Bothwel!, b. /, The 
Second Part of the painefull Jorney of the 
poore Pilgrim into Afia, and the Grange wo«« 
den thai he faw, h. I. 1579. A Plea/ant Die 
logut between a Lady called Lifter and a Pil- 
grim, b. I. 1 579. A T ue Report of the great ' 
towne and Callele of Polotzko, by the King, 
of Polonta, i. I. i579> A true Report of the 
general Imbarrefments of all the EngUih 



d 



fhippej,.&C. i. /. 158^. A Pray/t and Rffiort 
of Maifigr Marty ne Fetboifhurs Voyage to Terra 
Incognito by Thomas Cbureb yarde^ b. I. 1578. 
A true Reporte of the laft Voyage into the ^^, 
by Captain Frobijhefi^ b. /. 1577. The moft 
true Reporte of Jantts Fitz- Maurice Death , by 
Thomas Cburch-yarJe, b. i. Reply to Ste- 
phen Goffoa's School of Abu/a, b. I. 1579* &c. 
3 fmallfol. 18 mo. 
/ M ^ 5755 Trafts, The Hurt of Sedition.by Sir John Cheeke 
^./. i;6q. a difcourfe of the affault of the 
Prince of Orange, b. I. \ 582. Life of Jafper 
Colignie, Admiral of France, b,l, 
A ^1^6 " • • Direftion for the ftudy of the Law 1620. 
j Bird's Magazine of Honoor 1642. Sir 

' John Davies on Toivnage, Poundage, &c. 

1656 
/ I7J7 ■ Memorials of Thomat Lord Fairfax 1699 

May's Breviary of the Hiftory of the Parlia- 
ment 1680. 
^* 575^ ——— on Patronage — — EJin. 1770 

5759) A Letter to Sir L B. by Mr. Benfoa. 

y* } Titles of Honour by Simon Seager, &c. 

5769/——— Some Reflexions on the Adminiftration 
of Government, by Lord Paget 174.0, and 5 
other on the fame fobjedi, by Tho. Barnett, 
Owen Ruffhead, &c. 

t>jbi ^ Memorials between the Czar and Geo. L 

1720. Letters and Memorials which paffed 
between the Courts of Great Britain, France 
and pain, 1727, &c. 
5762 -»■■ Laurence on Eftates apoii Lives & Years, 
whether in Lay or Church-hands, 1730c 
Newton's Tables for renewing and purcha- 
fing Leafes, 1735, an^ 8 other on College 
Leafes, &c. by Hen. Gaily, Dr. Golbarch, 
Roger Long, Sec. 
^763 — — Poor relative to Capl^tn Inglefield, 
and hit Narrative of the Lois of the Centaur 

1783 



/i 



^1/7' 



<5* Hidory.—* OAavo. 

5764 Trafts, Cafe of the Hanover Forces, by Lord 
Chederfield i743> Mifcellaneous Thoaghts 
} by Lord Hervey, and 6 otheir, 

57^5 '— —— General Hiftory of all the RebelH- 
^ ons in England 1717* Some Account 

of the two night's court at Greenwich 
1716. CoUedioni of original Letters relat- 
ing to the Rebellions 171; 
5766 • — ■ — Four on the Difpate between the Eng- 
lifh and Iri{h House- of Lords.on the extent 
of Judicature, 1720, &c. 
X/ 5767 — — — J. Gardner's Tour to Manheim 1791. 
t> O "** T. F. Hill's Journey from Spa to Paris in 

1791. Twifs^s trip to Paris in July and Au- 
guft 1792 

/^ c«68 ■! Four on Vefuvius, by Sir Wm. Hamilton 

f r ' Fordyce, Abbe Wincklesman, &c. 

1 t ^769 ■- Five on Botany Bay, by Capt. Tench, 

I '' Geo. Thompfon,&c. 

/ \// 6 5770 ""^ — Seven on Rebellion, viz. Account 
r of the Behaviour of Simon Lord Lovat 

! >747' Forfter's Account of Lord Kilmar- 

nock 1746. Dying declarations of Lord 
Balmerino, &c. 
j /e77i , Gabriel Thomas, Hiftorical and Geo- 

j P •' i graphical Account of the province of Pen- 

^Ivania 1968. French and Indian cruelty, 
in the Life of Peter Williamfon 

Glaf. i75g 
fy«2 -».— Rife ani prefent State of the Inquifi- 
tions 1730. Hiftory of the fuccelfioii to the 
Countries of Juliers and Berg 1738. Hif- 
tory of the Revolutions in Perfia 1727. 
Roaflict on the Sea or Pile Worms, plattt, 
1733. Cafe of Mifs Cadiere 1732, &c 
/ jy7j w Rouflet's Hiltorical Account of the great 

Revolution in Holland, in 1747. Authentic 
Hiftory of the late Revolution at Amftsr- 
'~f~/7~ dam, 1748. 



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5774 Trafts, Hlftory of the Confpiracy agalnft King 
William, by Sir Richard Blackmore 172J. 
Memorials of State Affairs daring the latter 
end of the reign of King William 1730. 

N.B. This laft is a very fcarce pamphlet. 
— - Six relative to Warburton and Louth 



5775 

5776 
5777 



5778 



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5774 



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1765 67. 

-—^ Nine on the Game Laws 1 7s;3-84 
— — Plain Account of the Tranfaftions 

between Captain Roche and Lieut. Fergu- 

fon 1775. Cafe of Nicholas Migert, 1776, 

&c. 

Four on the German war, by Horace 

Walpole 1760-61. 

Vue fur la Judice Criminelle par Let- 

roone Paris 1777. Plan de Legiflation, 
Amji, 1779 

Parliamentary and Political by Sir Robt. 

Atkins 1741. 

-- ■ ■ Life of Dean Lynch 1748. Suffer- 
ings aud Death of Henry Roberts, Dublin 
1748. Memoirs of an Inquiiition begun 
at Exeter 1745, and continued to 174;, in 
'S.XigXdiad, printed 1748. 

See note, in which the above is flated as a 
fearce and curious coUeAion oi Scandal. 

■■ Relative to the Public Accoutns of the 

Kingdom i7ii«&c. 

■ Nine Relative to Ld. Sackville 1760, 
&c. 

Letters from Lord Shaftefbury to Robt, 
Molefworth 1721, Ditto to aYoung man at 
the Univerfity 1761 

■ ■' Three Letters to the People of Ireland 

on Tythes 1758. Precedency of Peers of Ire- 
land in England 176 . Caldwell on the 
Queftion whether Papifls fhould be enaoled 
to take real fecorities for money which^they 
inay lend 1764, &c. 



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/^5794 



TraAs, Life of General Dumourler, 1793. — 

Anecdotes of General Pichegru. Life of Abbe 

Sieyes, 1795 

— (Fifteen) on Libels 1764-71 

' Addifon's Present ftateof the Jews, 1675. 

Ditto Weft Barbary, 1671. Ockley Soaih- 

Well Barbary, :7i3 
-— — on the Poor Laws, by Burn, North, ^c* 

in 3 vol, 
Conftitutional viz< Trial of the Dean of 

St. Afaph, &c. 178 3*4 

■ ■' ■■ Wood ou the Study of the Laws of 
England, 1727. Sadler on Parifh Fees, ty^im 
Carriers Guide and Companion, 1760. The 
Coroners Guide, 1756. Bohun's Tithing Ta- 
^Ic> '735* Cellet on the Laws of England, 

»754» &C' 

-■ (FoQr) relative to the Duke of Port- 

land, and Sir James Louther ' 1768 

(Eight) on Earthquakes, by Dr. Stake- 
ley, Zachary Grey, Stephen Hdles, John 
Flamftead, &c. 

■ Geographical Defcription of the Goads, 
&c. of the Spaniih Weft indies, 1740. Poin* 
ti's Account ot Carthgena, 1740 

Verfes on the Death of D, Swift, 174T. 



5796 
5797 



^[^5798 



Cyder, a Poem 1708. fiomer Traveftie, 1720 
Cymbalum Mundi, 171a. Hiftory of Sagun- 
tum, 1 727. No Fool like the Old Fool, 17 J i. 
Genealogical Effay en the Family of the 
Hams, 1780, Sec. 

Copies of Buonaparte's Letters, in 3 

parts ■- 1 798- 1 801 

Letter to Two Great Men. Burke's 

Rennarks on Ditto. Franklin's Intereft of 
Great Britain Confidered, 1760. Mtnilterial 
Ufurpation Difplayed, by Rufthead, }760f 
&c. 

Political, viz. (Fifteen) The Preten- 
ders Declaration, i75S> ^<^* 



HiSorjr.*— 0£lavo; 



*55 



/A //5799 Trails, Thoughts on Money, Circulation 
^'^ ^ Paper Currency, Edinburgh 1758. Pitc 



/yf 



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i' /j S8o* 



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5804 
5805 

5806 
5806" 

5807; 
5808 



4 5809 






and 
Pitcaira 
on the Scots Fiftieries, i78s» Cooper on the 
Slave Trade, 1787, &c. 

Relation of the Death of David Rizzi, 

1699. Mifcellaneous Remarks on Tytlers En- 
quiry, 1784 Sonnet fuppofed to have beeo 
written, by Mary Queen of Scots to the Earl 
of Bcthwell, 1790, &c. 

— — Tour through Holland and Flanders, by 
Cayley. Short Ramble through Franc^, and 
Italy, by Dr. Armftroiig. Relation of a Voy- 
age toBuenos Ay res, 1716, &c. 

■ New Bath Guide, Defcription de L'Ho- 
tel de Ville D'Amfterdam 

Violet on Gold and Silver Coin, 

1650. Whateley oa Trade in General, 

1769 
■ Relative to the Scots Settlement at Da- 
rien Edin. 1699 

— — Condamine Journal of a Tour in Italy, 
1763. Somis's Hiitorical Narrative of the De- 
liverance of Three Women who were Buried 
37 Days in the Snow, 1765 
— — Mercurius Rullicus, 1647. Querela Can- 
tabrigienfis, 1647 

(Three) by Ben Robins, viz. Narrative 
of what paffed in the Common Hall for the 
SledHon of Lord Mayor, 1739, &c. 

Fowler's Account of the Calamities, by 
Hurricanes and Earthquakes in the Weft India 
Iflands 1781. Account of the Lofs of the Deal 
Cafile, ' ■' 1787 

by Thomas Erikine, Reflexions on Ga- 
ming, i778, &c. 

— Irwin*s Enquiry into the Feafibility of 
the fuppofed Expedition of BuonapariK to tne 
Eaft, 1798 Buonaparte in Egyyc Morier's 
Memoir of a Campaign with the Ottoman 



J 



156 iHj^tfiy.— Oftavo 

Army in Egypt, 1801. Importance of Malta, 
by Geo. Orr. 1803. &c. 
5810 Trafts, Sufrift's Advantagei by Repealing the 
Teft. 1732. Ellis Pradical Farmer, 1732. 
ElTay on Inclofing Commons, 173s. Citf 
Cries, 1732* Humours of the Coart, 173 2, 
&c. 

Letter to the People of Great Britain 
from the Delegates of the American Coa« 
grefs, 1774. &c, 

(12) Political 

(to) Ditto 
-^i- (10} on Slavery and the Slave Trade 

1764-75 
I—— Haywood (Mrs.) Life of Mary Queen 

of Scots, 1725. Letters of Ditto to the Earl 

ofBothwell, 1726. Lord Molefworth's Nar* 

lative Count Patkul, 1 7 1 7, Scc^ 



QUARTO. 



// 5816 Sommers (Lord) abridged — 1795 

•^^ qgjy «— — - (Life of (by Cookfcy, iearJt, 

179I} "^'^^ ^^* ^f'*"* of Ditto, by Mr. 
Retdi and Four Original Ltttirs relative to the 
fame, by Thomas Wart on 
tf9i8 ..m..^^-^^ (Argument of Lord) in the Bankers 
Cafe — — « 1733 

{819 Somner (Williain) on Gavelkind, with bis Life, 
by White Kennett — 1726 

5820 Spanifh Praftiles (Difcoverie of) 168a 

/' 5821 Speculum Crape Goanorum — i68« 

/ 5821 Spencer (Thomasj Relation of the Expedition 
^-y^~^ — Aeainft the French in the Caribby Iflands 

<^./. •- ** 1691 



^/^ 



/ 
/ 



/fz/^ry— Quarto. 957 

^5823 Spencer (John) Difcoarfc of Petitions Delivered 
into (he Hands of King James and Charles 

1661 

N. B. by miltake of Printer dated 1461 

/ 5824 Speeches &c. of John BarkHead, John Qkey, 

- and Miles Corbet, when Execiited ' i66z 

//S^*5 : —(Five) Spoken to His Majcftie 

Returning out of Scotland — • '" 1641" 
5826^Statutes (RufFhead) Appendix to tije 

^ 5^27/ of the Order of the Bath 1744 

( I jSay Staunton (Sir George) Account of Lord Macart- 

f^ ney's Embaffy to China, 2 vol. large paper, 

boards, with Atlas, vol. oiplatef^ne impreffioni 

" ' "- ■ r'797 

71/ 5?29 Staunford (Sir William) on the King's Preroga- 

' " tive — — -— 15^7 

j^l $830 Strahlenberg (John) Hiftory of Siberia, /^/r* 

' ^ '7i8 

/^ o^5V Story (George) Wars in Ireland 1693 

/i<^5^3* Stuart (Gilbert) on the Reformation in Scotland 

' "■ " ^ ' ■ ' ■ 1780 

^\^S^Bi ' " (Andrew) Letters to Lord ^(lans^eld 

./.••.■.,. r 1-r . ':■■ ' • ■'■■■■■' ,y7j 

I '< 5*3 4- * '■ f Ja»n?«) Pi^turefqae Tour through part 

; ' '^ of Europe, Afia, and Africa, pLus 1793 

/ ,^5835 Stubb's Juftificationof War in the Netherlands, 

etits — — -^ 1672 

5836>Succeffion ^Broken) of the Crown of England 

/i/ ( 1655 

5837)Satcliffe, Againft Parfons, or a pejTence of Queen 

' Elizabeth, &c. — ' — 1604 

/ ^ 5^3* —^ (Mathew) Praftice and Lawes of Armt 

\ - ^' ^' r — — "^9? 

,5839/ Swedifh Intelligencer . t^^z 

^.v^'i/^cL Swinden (Henry) Hiilory of Great Yarmouth 

Norivich i'Jl% 

/ ^ .'5841 Sydney (Algernon) on Government, rujjia mar» 

' -hie lean^es •— — Holits edit. \ 763 

^4841 Talbot (John) (Robbery and Murder of) 1669 

'^17, 1.1 



«s« 



HiJloty.m^QaittQ, 



//^^$^^l Tarbat (George Vifcoont) Vindication of Ro- 
bert 111. King of Scotland, marocce gilt leavtt 

/^5^+4 Tarleton's Campaigns in America 17S0-B.I 

' 5845jTatifcheff (Michaei) hjew Code ot La^y^ror the 

/ 7 Hpffian Empire «> — 1 176ft 

584.V Taylor (John) Elemeijts of Civjl Law CambrUgt 

J' ^5847 '■ (Silas^ on Gavelkind — — i66j 



S 

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5»-8 



I*. 



V 



5849 Tenople (Sir John ; Irilh Rebellion 

5850 TLomas (Wai.) Hiftorie of lialie, iJ. /, f*^a 

'549 

5851 Thompfon (George) Defcription of the Efcurial, 

flateit M^. Uuert to Mr. Dodfiejy relative to 
the Book ■ ' — 1760 

5852 Timme ( rhomas) Commentaries of the Civil 
Warres of France, 3 parts, b. I. '574 

^8^3 Tindal (Sir John) Relation of the MQrder of, 
froniijpitte -— — — — 1766 

5854 Tovey's JHiilory of the Iqns in England 

Oxford 1738 

5855 Trafts relative to Prynne, Burton, and Baftwick, 
viz. Archbilhop Laud's Speech in the Star 
Chamber, 14th. of June 1633. only ag fopitt 
printed, Briefe relation of PaflTages and Spce- 
fhc^ in the Starre Qhs^niher, primed airoaJ, 
1638. Life of Henry. Burton, 1643, in 1 
vol. 

Z ^5856 — — — ,vi?5. True relation of the Faction at 
Wifbich, by Fa. Edmonds, hlias Wefton, a 
Jeluite, i$95, and other trails relative to tt)e 
jeiuits, |6ic, in 1 vol. 

— Robi rt Paierfon on the Greatn^fs 
of Cities, 1606. Coniareno's Commonwealth 
of Venice, 1 ^^g 

Pe Jure Regni apud Scotos, apd 

Defence of Liberty againft Tyrants, 1689, 1 
vol. 



■4^ 5857 

: I 



^/j 



Peetiy.'--Vo\w, tfq 

/ 5859! Trtfts; viz^ Allarme to Englande, by Barnabc 
Riche, ^. /. i5;8. Digges Stratiocos, 1590. 
Di Graffi his True Arte of Defence, with 
Dedication by Churchyard, //a/^/, i vol. 
„ 1594. 

•j ; 5860 ■■■ " . M Bridge of Roman Hiftories, 1608. 

' * BegihnJrtg, Continuance and Decay of Efta. 

tes, by De Lufing i6b6. The Travailer, by 
Thomas Palmer, 1606, i vol, 
j{i6i) — — — Digitus Dei< exemplified In the Life 
( and Death of James Duke of Hamilton* 
^ 1649, ' vol. 

%^6zJ ; Briefe Defcription of the Whole 

World, 161 7. Relations of the moft Famoua 
j Kingdoms, 1650, 1 voL 

'/Ui86j Modern Demagogue, Modefty, and Honefty, 
Letter from General Ludlow^ 1691. Sam. 
Butler's Plagiary expofed, 1691, Vindica* 
tion and Defence i>f King Charles L 1697, 
&c. in I vol. 
/^ S^^4 —""——— Survey of the Kingdome of Sweden, 
portrait^ 1632. New Star otthe North, 1632 
and Two Famous Battels of Lypfich, aadLut- 
zcn, by Ruffel, 1634 



POLtO. 



3 /jl^'tb Trafls, Poetical, Manfell's Poem on the Coron- 
ation of Kihg James )I, and one Okher 

fmgie 

ff 3866 Single (heets Ballads, &c. w//i&- 

I *vmod cuts/omi curious 

/^ 5867——— Di;to in Portfolio 

;yj_j86^ — : hy and relative to Alexander 



•46o 



^Rjifbfy.— Folib, 



A 587o1Tr8fts Poetical. Gideon on the Reftoration of 



J?.^ 



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5868; 



5871 
5873 



5874)- 

' 5874/ 



/j- - 



5875 
5877 



Ifrael. Epigrams in Diftich, 1^40. Poeti* 
cal Novels, 1705. Mawell's Pdems, 1681 
Sir John Harirtgton's Wittie 



Epigrams, 1633. Dry den's Tears of the Bri- 

tiflj Mufes — — . 1700 

■ - '■' Thonaks Rcdivus, or life ot 
Thomas Thumb — — 1726 

Caledonia, a Poem 1706 



Theatrical, Killigrew's Siege of 

Urbin, ?V. Cow. 1666. Green Room laid 
open, 1767, and feveral other 

Carmina ad Thomam Hollet 

1755 
Horace^ ift. ode 6f, by Orrery, 



1741. An Imitation of Horac«, 1759. Are 
thefe things fo, 1740. YeMhey are, 1740 
Stag Chace, 1739, &c. 

— Life of Swift j and k parcel of 



fingle 



Anftey's EteAion Ball, and z 



parcel Ditto 

/ /4 5878 Virgil, tranflated by Gawin Douglas, Edi«» 1710 
j with his Life, by T. Ruddiman 

I /^,/^ 5879 Withers (George) Emblems, m titl* 



IND OP THE fWBNTYJiflXTH DAT'i SALS* 



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Twenty-fe^ Day's Sale.' 



liijlory. 



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5881 
$881 



OCTAVO ET INTRA. 



T^RACTS, JurirdJaion of th^ Piancctv 

1736. Stock Holders Lawyer, 
Hiftdrical, by Sir Joi 



i^. ^ 5883 



4^ 4 i8H 



v:7 



he dia 

4l 



Commodore Byron H 
of the Lofs of the Wager, 1768. 



les 
V» 1787 
Narrative 
Sequel to 



Bulkeley and Cumtnins Voyage, by Alex, 
Campbell, 1747. Narrative of the Dangers 
and Diftreffes of Ifaac Morris, and Sevea 
other of the Crew of the Wager 
N B. See Nole in which the £ iaft are faii 
to be »ery fcarce 

I Accoontofthe Kingdom of Pegu, 

by Hunter, 1789. Narrative of a Shipvvrccifc 
on the Ifleof Cape Breton, by S W Prenteis 
1783. Ditto ef the Lofs of the Halfewell 

1786 

— • Myftery of the Good oW Caufe, 

br-cfly onfolved, r66o. a very curious and 
y5:<ir« tradl. Catalogue of the Lords, Knight* 
&c. who have Compounded for their E (la les, 
1651;. A New Catalogue of Dukes, Mar- 
quifies, &c. 1668. Catalogue of the Nobility 
fince the Reitoratiou, i b^H 



:i 



1^/5885 Trafts, Inquiry into the Manner of Creating 
Peers^ 1719* Animadverfions on Ditto, 
j ■ 1724. Dilcourfe on Treafons, &c. 

1^^5886) Condodl of the Alics, and of the late 

Miniftrjr, 171 1. Propofal for Correfting, 
Improving, &c. the Englilh Tongae, fjxtt 
ice, 
588^——— Defcription of fiTawkilone, 1784. Poc» 
ketVade Mecum through Monmouthlhire, 
plate J 178 J 
5888 ■ Difcourfe on the Bookland, and Folk- 

land of the Saxons, 177;. Three Diflerta- 
tions on the Folklande and Booklande of the 
' SaxoRS, with Notes, by Ibbetfon i-jit 

.^{ 5889 Narrative of the Shipwrecic of the Nottingham 
j i Galley, by John Deane, 1726, and 8 other 

' on the fame fubje£l 

y ^890 — The Works of William Thomaa, 1774. 

New Lights thrown on the Hiftory of Mary 
Queen of England, 1775 ' 

/ /5891 ■ " " •- Military Difcourfe, by Wilford. Mant* 
' ^ theufe ofdcfenfive Arms, 1770. Hale's 

^ »• Letter to the People of England, 1 781. Poli- 
tical and Military Rhapfody on the Invafion 
and Defence of Great Britain and Ireland, 
1790, &c. 
rggg). Political, by Lord Bolingbroke 1748 

1/ g893(' Hjftorical, by Burchett, Calamy, Cock- 

^ burn, &c. 
/! $894 — — — relative to the Bavarian Controverfy, 2 
I i vol. 

( '/rSgj ^ — (Ihirteen) relative to the Milicia 
j' i745-6z 

/ & e8g6 '■ (curious colleflion of; on the Rebellion 

^ : in 17 1 5, with MS by Mr. Reed 

-89711 (Eight) Political, by White, Kennet, 

I / I Carbery, &c. 

I I 5898.^ ({seventeen) Law, by Yorke, Kelharo, 

, Simpfon, Perry, &c. z vol. 1744 06 

i / 589^ (tour) on Libels, by Towers, Bowies, 

.^ i — ' Earl Stanhope 



^ :2,// 



^/5900 Trails, (Seven) on Preffing Seamen, by Butler, 
-n '^ ■ ' &c. 

/^90i — —— (Four) relative to Scotland, viz. Dal- 
lymple on Entail, 1764. Law of Ditto 
1765, &c. 

/ cgOt _ Calamy's Letter to Echard on his owa 

Hiftorjr of England, i7i8t Grey's DefeQCo 
of Aniient and Modern Hiftorians, 1725. 
Remarks on Burnet's Hiftory of his own Time, 
I , &c. 

\/^ S9^i ? ' Abftradtof Sir Ifaac Newton*s Chrono- 

! logy, 17 ja, IntroduAion tothe Hiftory and 

AiUiquities of Scotland, 17&9 Henderfon 

00 the Royal Line and firft Settlers of Scot< 

I land, 1717 

'/t ^904 ■ I Memoirs of Cardinal FIcury, &c. 

1703-4 

2. 39°S ■ Fothergill on the intended School at 

Ackworth in Yorkftiire, 1779. Gilbert's 

Plan of Police, 1776 

^^5906 — — — Life of Robert Gary Earl of Monmouth i^" 

^ frovt. 1779. Hammond's Letters, 1764. Sa,- 

vile's Charafter of King Charles IL 1750 

/ AS^'^I The Antidote, or Enquiry into the 

Merits of D' Auteroche's Journey into Sibe- 
ria, 177a. Wraxall's Tour through Europe, 

'775 
/ 5908— — (;) relative to Frederick III. King of 

Pruffia, 1758, &c. 

^/^ 5909 ' Life of Dr. Samuel Clarke, by Whifton 

1748. Eloge of Boerhaave, and Difcourfe 

1 on Biography, /ront. 1749. Patching's 4 / 

Topographical Letters, 1757. Life of fho. ■ 

Chubb, 1747, &c. 

(3) relative to Ireland, by Walter Harris 

and Charles Lucas, i 749 ^ j 

Tour in Ireland in 1775. Hibcrnica 




Curiofa, plates 
—— Proceedings p^ « Commons in Ireland 

&c. 1744 
Trip to Kilkenny, 17*78. Month's Tour 

in North Wales, Dubliif and its Environs, 

1781 



a64> 



hsJoty^O^iVOm 



■^ 



0/5914 Trafts, relative to the French Revolution, by 
'^ ^ Price, Burke, Mackintofti, Pricflley, Rous, 

in 3 vol. 1789, &c. 

— r— relative to Do. and the Deportation* to 

Guiana, a vol. 1800 

— (4) on France, by Corbyn Morris, Hor- 

fley, &c. — 1742-4 

— • (4) on Do. by Tho. Fraokz, 1735. Do* 
Jefferys, &c. 

— on Do. byLouvet, Briflbt,and Defmou- 
lint 
-'— (Eight) relative to the African Trade 

1746-78 
T— (3) Ditto to America, viz. Sir Hen. 
CUoIOO'b Narrative. Repiy to Ditto, Sec. 

1783 

(6) 00 America^ viz. Journal of Major 

George Wafliington. Clarke's Obfervationt 
on the Conduft of the French, 175J, &c. 

— — — : — : !— II I ■ Importance of 

Gaining Friendlhip, of the Indians, 1752* 
Stateof Pen fy Ivan ia, I7j5,&c. 

> Raynal on the Revolution of America, 

Philadelphia 1728. Paioe's Letter to Ditto, 
1742. Adams oa theDifpate with America, 
i;84. iic. 
/ d^4 » Importance of the Briti(h Plantations in 

, America, to this Kingdom, 1731. Account 

j of the Provinces-of -South Carolina and Geor- 

gia, .732, Cafe 0/ t^e Planters of Tobacco 
in Virginia, i"/33- £iiquiry into the Method* 
to Rewieve the Sugar Trade, 1733. State 
ofthe^ugar Planuijs ot Baibadoes and Le- 
\yard Iflainds, 1732, &c. 
J^I/^S9'5 ' ■ " Coxe'» Dtfcription of Carolina, maft 
'74*« Voyag,e to Georgia, «737. Ditto, 
by Francis More, 1744. Defcription of 
South K^^arolina, 1761, ice. 

Travels through the Middle Setlements 
in North America, by Burnaby, 177 j. Me- 
moirs of Lieutenant Henry Timbeilake, 





1 



1765. Some Accoant of the North Ameri- 
can Indians. Bartram's Obfervations, 1751 
&c. 
/5927 Trafts, Poems chiefly written in the Weft Indies 
KingftoH 1792. Bryan Edwards on the Slavi 
Trade, ii. 1789 
^5528 ■■'■I Condamioc's Abridgement of a Voyage 

made in the Inland Parts of South America 
1747. Prefent State of Louifiana >744 

^5929 — — on the Affiento and other Affairs of |a» 
maica, 1716. Memorial of the Council of 
Do. ; 7 16, &c. 

[^ 59 JO Tobago, or a Geographical Defcripiion, 

I Natural and Civil Hiftory, Account of the 

Pr«fent Flourifliing State of the Colony of 
I Tobago, 1774 

J\oS93^ — — — (Nine) relative to the Weft Indies, viz. 
' The Privileges of the Ifland of Jamaica vin^ 

dicated, 17' 6. Thoughts on the Trade to 
I the Weft India Iflands, by Brian Edwards 

1789, &c. 
/ 593* " ' (Eight) relat/ve to Stigars and Ruin» 

1783, &c. 
^//) 5933 Tracts, fingle. a large and CHrieiu coUeftion 
oi Political ^nA Mifctllaneotit^ from 1 698 to 
1796, Chronologically arranged, by Mr, 
Reed, 770 in number 

>/j^5934 1 (Fifteen) rektive to the Riots at 

Birmingham 

/ 5935 — — — (Eight) ditto to Burke and Haf- 

tings 
/5936 ^ (Twenty.four) ditto to the Po- 
lice 
^j92'j .. Fielding on the Increafe of Rob- 
bers, 1751. Welch on the Office of Confta- 
ble, 1758. Leroux on Prifons, and Four 
other 

— - — (Seventeen) on the Poor, and 
Poor Laws 




(Ten) by David Williams. Ef- 

fays on Public Worlhip, &c, 
M m 



266 



fl'j^<7ry.—Oaavo. 



'1 



h 



^5941 

//5943 
5944 
^5645 
<^ 5946 



5940 Traftg, finglc. (Nine) by Home Tooke, Herbert. 
Croft, and Cartwright, lelative to thePfince'9 
Debts, Regency, Sic, 

(Nine) Philip Withers, 



Philo Thcodofius, &c. 1790 

(Seventeen) by Dr. Price, Effay 

on the Population of England 1780 

(Ten) by Henry Fi^IJing, The 



Plain Truth, 1741, &c. 

(Eighteen) relative to the Poor, 



by Applegarth, Howlet, Le Brocq, &c. 

State Anatomy of Great Britahi. 



and 54 Political 

Confiderations on the EleAions 



1^ 
I 

4 



5947 

-^5948 



for Weftniinfter and Middlefex, 1802, and 
31 other 

Linde'sj Letteffto Dr. Frier, 



1776, ?iid 26 other 

Patton on the Bafis of Freedom. 



Edin. 1793, and 66 other 

j^/5949 — ^•^— Effay on Government, lyji.and 

79 other 

ColleAion the Lavvri of England 



595« 
// 59S» 

^ 59J3 
J>l/59H 

4|-^595S 
i|/59i& 
.^^5957 
FV5958 



5959 



i7j^4 and 39 other 

(Twenty-fix) by and Againft Ed. 



Burke 



A few Days in Paris 1 802, and 

Price on Civil Liberty 17/fe, and 

Tucker's 4 Letters on National 
fubjefts 1783, and 31 other 

Grellier*s Tfrms of the Lpijns 



57 other 
28 other 



1799, and 38 other 

Nairative of tke Events of the 



ficge of Lyons 1794, and 52 other 

Du Pan's Dangers which threaj-- 



en Europe, and 48 other 

Parliamentary Portraits 1795, & 



73 other 



— Baker on the Cuftoma and Man« 



ncrs of the Turks 1 796, and 3 1 other 



4f 5960 TnSist linttle. Price on the Population of Eng- 

^\ knd 1780, arid 24 other 

^ J561 — -— .— Sheridan (Ch. Fr.) Eflay on Civil 

Liberty 1793, and 33 other 
/ l^Si ■■— Tontines calculated 1791, and 

(;4 other 
5963) ' (4) by Dr. Shelbeare, Appeal to 

/ / the People 1 756, &c. 

j^6^ ■■ — (4) by Milcj, condufl: towards 

Great Britain examined, 1793* ^^* 

4\ 5965 — — — (11) relative to the Jews, by 

Han way, &c, 

U5966 — — 6 utke*s Thoughts ooi the regi- 

' cide Peace 1 796, and ; other 

^^^5967 — — (»i) relative to Thomas Paine 

jy-/ 5968 — — — Mackworth on Payment of the 

^ Public Debts, for relief of the South Sea 

Company, and 31 other 
S' 5969 —>•—>. — •— — Letter to a noble and learned 
Lord, by Diogenes 1805, and 29 other 

^ ^970 — — — Peacock on the flrufture of the 

Houfe of Commons 1794 and 29 other 

J- 5971 -««.- — . Another Sketch of the reign of 

Geo. in. i 791 . and z6 other 

^ ^9^2 — — Loft on the effeft of a diflblution 

of Parliament 1791, and 37 other 
// 5973 — — — — — — P'ice on the defence of Property 

1797, and 8 5 other 
// jgiy^ »».^- .,■». — Hendcrfon's Letter (6 Samuel 
; Johnson, and 71 other 

/t/^$975 "" '^"~ Johnfon's t'alfe Alarm 1770, & 

50 other 

^^ 5976 — — Subllance of the fpeeches of Ld, 

J Aacklarid 1800, and 49 other 

^ J977 ———_—. Wales on the Population of Eng- 
land and Wales 1781, and it other 

/j 59-^8 — — — Obfervations on the high price 

of Corn 1795 and 3; other 

J 5979 — — Trial of Waddington, 1 800, and 

a J other 

/ 5980 — — — Humours of the Old Bailey, and 

-J^ 30 other 



a68 



t^ 



J, 5981 

^ 5983 

A 5984 



V 



l^ 



^ 5985 

//5986 
//5987 



//^tfry— .Oflavo. 

Trafts, fingle, Reid on the Rife and Diflblntion 

of the Infidel Societies 1 800. and 40 other 
—— — — — — Hill on the ineans of reforming 

the Morals of the Poor 1801, and 42 other 
Trafts, Biographical, viz. Life of Sir Thomas 

Deveil 1748. Life of James Nailer 1719. 

Life of Dr. Swift. Memoirs of John Mur. 

ray. Life of Duncan Forbes 1748. Memoirs 

of Baron Frenck 1 747 
«„_ Life of Dr. Dodd 17^. 

Ditto of Richard Scrop 172a. Ditto of Dr. 

Nathan Alcock 1780. Ditto of John Shower, 

1 716. Ditto of George Berkeley 1776. 

Ditto of John Roberts 1 746, and 3 other 
Life of Griffith Jones 176? 

Ditto of Henry Grace 1 764. A. B. C. Dario 



{/ y 5989 
///5990 

^ // 599« 



Mufico 1780, and 6 other 
■ Life of Jeb. by Bluet 

1734. Ditto of Anthony Wro. Bochm i73S» 

Ditto of Dr. Burnet 17 15. Ditto of Bilhop 

Sprat 17 15. Ditto of Sir Ifaac Newton lyaS, 

and 6 other 
Life of John Wilkes 177J 

Ditto of Lord Irnham 1769. Ditto of Geo. 

Lord Carpcnter,/or/rfl/V 1736. Ditto of Lord 

Kenyon 1802 
— Life of Matt. Parker, b. /. 

imftrjea. Ditto of Bifhop Uftier 17 12. Ditto 

of Richard Cumberland 1720. Ditto of R. 

Bentley 1712, and 6 other 
Life of Dr. 



Mead 
Ditto ot John Philip Barsetier 1744, 



«755* 
Ditto 



of Dr. Goldfinith 1774. and 3 other 
— Life of Lord Geor|;e Car- 
penter /w/ro// 1736. Ditto o( Philip Duke 
of Wharton portrait 173 1. Ditto of the D. 



of Somerfet. 
portrait 1793. 



Diiio of the Earl of Barrymore 

and 2 other 

— — Life of Daniel de Fo« 
r7ig. Ditto of John Lord Faverftiam. D ttp 
Thomas Marqois of Wharton 1715. Ditto 
of Lewis Maximilian Mahomet 1727* Ditto 



I 



1 /t 599« 
/4/5995 

I 

^. 5995 



^ 5997 
!//,-^5998 



Hi/cfjt-^Oiiovo, 



269 



i>f Nicholas Hart 1 7 1 1. Memoirs of Father 

Richard Walpole 1733. ^"^ ' ^^^^^ 
.. ^ — Memoirs of Sir Walter 

Raleigh 1 710. Life of John Ld. Faverlham, 

and 2 other 
..« Life of Wm, Somers 1794. 

Memoirs of Mrs. Aane Bailey 1771. Ditto 
of Dennis O'Kelly 1788. Adventures of 

Charles Cartwrighl 1741. Life of JohaMac- 

naughten 1762 and 1 other 
: _^..._ Lite of Dr. Heberton 180; 

Ditto of Dr. Pitcairne 1781. Ditto of Belli. 



farias 1759. 



Ditto of Maecenas 1748 
— Life of CervaDtes 178^. 
Ditto of Napoleon 1804. Ditto of Voltaire 



1785- 
1784 



Will, &c. of Richard l^uSel, portrait. 



J 5996 : 



Life of Coant Cagliodro 
Particulars relative to the Duchefsof 



/r 5999 " 



1787 

Kingikoat portrait, 1788 
1. Life of William Fuller. 

Ditto of the 8th Champion of Chriftendonx 

1739, and 6 other Lives 
...iM Life of Sir Dinely Goo- 

dere, plattt 1 740. Ditto of Thomas Green 

1775. Ditto of John Skinner 17441 of Wm* 

Stroud, and 3 other 

— Life 



/V 6000 



y^ 



^ 6001 — 



^ 5ooz 



^ir ^ 



of Benjamin Childe 
1722. Ditto of Moll King 1747. Ditto of 
Dr. Dodd 1777. Ditto of Charles Ratcliffe 
1746, Ditto of John Oncly, and 3 other 

.1. — Life of Japhet Crook ^731 

Ditto of James Bather, Ditto of John Step- 
toe 1786a and 2 other 

— — — — — Life of Wm. Cox 1775. 

Ditto of Dr. Dodd 1777. Ditto of Mary 
Carleton , the German Princefs 1678 Ditto 
of Wm. Wynne Ryland 1784. Ditto of Js. 
Boland 1772 and 4 other 
— — — — Life of Sir Wm. Dugdale 

i7'3 



270 



1/ 



V-' 



ffifiofy,^0&Av6i 



/^^ 6003 Trafts, Biographical, Life of Latimer, by Gil- 
pin 1755. Ditto of John Barber portrait. 
Ditto of Chancellor Jeffreys 1764. Ditto of 
Asclepiades 1762, in I vol, 

(^6004 ~ Life of Waller, by Stock- 

dale 1772. Ditto of John Phillips, by Se- 
well 1720. Ditto by Johnfon^ and 4 other, in 
1 vol. 



f\ «005 
/2. 6 €006 
/ // 6007 
I ^ 6008 
/^i 6009 
/A' 6010 
/ /^ 6011 
/" 6012 • 
/^ ^6013 ■ 
6014 • 



f 



/ 



f\ 601s 



6016 



f./A 6 



— — (?) on the Life and try- 

al of Mifs Blandy, in 1 vol. 1752 

(7) relative to Qaeen 



Elizabeth, in i vol. 1 722-46 

'— (8) ditto to the dochefs 



of Marlborough^ in 2 vol. 1 742, &c, 

-— (12) ditto on the Penzans, 



in X vol* 

(5) The Life,&c. of Cap- 
tain Donnellan 1708, 1 vol. 
— ' ■ — (12) relative to the Pre* 
tender, 1722 to 50* i vo{» 

(to) ditto to Eliz. Can- 



n»ng *753» »n i vol. 
— _ ' (5) ditto to Js, Annesley 

i744>5i, in i vol. 
— (6) ditto to Pope and 

Boliogbroke 1749, in i vol. 

viz. Life of Francis At- 



terbory 1732. Ditto, of Archbifliop Teani- 
fon, Will of Ditto, 1716. Ditto of Stilling- 
flect 1735. Ditto, of Waterlsind, 1736, in 
1 vol. 

Life of Dr. John 



Ward, by Birch 1766. Ditto of John Cole- 
man 179;. Ditto of Dr. Louth 1787, and 5 
other in i vol. 
Life of Wm. Wych- / 



eriey 1718. Ditto of Matt. Prior 1722. 
Ditto of Jofeph Addifon 1724. Ditto of 
John Gay 1733. Ditto of Richard Savage 
1727. Ditto of Abel 1726, in 1 vol. 
— — — ,-■■ ■ Memoirs Countefs dc 



la Motte 1789. Ditto of Cardinal de Rohan, 
in I Tol. 

7 ^ 6018 — — — ■ Five relative to Vol- 

^ taire i770.79 

/^6oi9 ■ i Three ditto to Dr. / 

Parr, by Curtis 1789-91 

//^ ^20 —————— Life of Ld. Sommers 

1716. Ditto of Jofeph Kcble. Ditto of ' 
! Baron Pengelly 1733. Ditto of Juftice Holt 

i '764, in I vol. 

/y 6pzi ■' Six, tlie Life and 

Writings of Thomas Emlyn 1744. Ditto 
of Dr. Samuel Clarke 1730* MS, notes by 
Sollom Emlyn, &c. in i vol. 

// 6022 I i ' Life of Sir Ifaac 

Newton 1728. Memoirs of Mr. Locke 1742. v 
I Ditto of Acoda 1740. Ditto of Bilhop Bur- 

net 17 1 5, &c. in I vol. 

// 6023 . Life of White Ken- ^.z 

nett I730> Ditto of Dr. Ratcliffe 1736. 
Ditto of William Wotton 1753. Ditto of 
Ifaac Milles 17x1. 

^ 6024 ■ Confeflions of the ' 

Countefs Strathmore 1793. Mrs Farmer's 
I Appeal 1788, in 1 vol. 

i yi ^6025 ■■■ — Life of Mr. John . 

Sage 1714. Vindicatiou of Mr. George 
I Buchannan 164^, in 1 vol. 

J /j 6026 — — — — Memoirs of the M. 

of Wharton 1715, in i vol. 

/ 6027 I i ■■ Life of John Maw- ^ 

I gridge 1708. Ditto of William Gregg 1708. 

I Ditto of John Simpfon 1700, and feveral 

other in 1 vol. 

Jo6oii — — — — Lives of the Boyles, v 

portrait, 1 737. Life of Js. Duke of Ha- 
milton, /or/ra//, 174a 
J^ff 6029 Tradls Topographical, &c. Hiftory of Inland 
Navigations, particularly the D. of Bridge- 
water's 1779 

/// <^ 6030 ' Duke of Bridgewa- 

ter's Navigation plan 1766. Dodd's Hif- 






^|4 ^33 

I i 

y'lA' €036 



S172 Wtf«rf— Qjiarto. 

tory of Canals 1795. Hiftoiy of the great 
level of the Fens 1685, and feven otbec tela* 
dye to the fame. 

— BuCKIMOHAMgHiai 

Defcription of Stowe,//«m, 1.763. Stowe, s 
Poem 1756, and 2 other 

'— — ■ Cambridcesmiri, 

A^iller's Account of the Univcrfiiy 1717. 
Maiden^ Account of King's College Chapel 
1 769. Mailers Catalogue of PiAutes iu the 
College 

Fifty*two relative 




to the Univeriity 



and 8 other 



Six relative to Frcnd« 

Battle between Dr. 
Farmer and Peter Mufgrave the Cambridge 
Taylor, portrait I"} gi. The Stilton Hero. 
— Nine relative to Ely 



u^ 



and the Fens 



Three ditto to Wa« 



terbeachj by Mailer's 17951 &c* in i vol. 



/'A 



r^ 



sl/j 



QUARTOi 

6038 Trafts, viz. Tragicall Hiftorie of the Wares of 
the Low Countries, tranflated by Sticker.^. /. 
1585, Hiftorie of the Governors in the Ne- 
therlands, ^. /. 1602. Siege of Oftend, tran^ 
lated by Grimefton i6o4» i vol. 

^Ojg I. Goulart Admirable Hidorles tranfl. 

by Grimeflon 1607. The Forefte or collec- 
tion of Hiftories. tranflated by T. Fortcfcue, 
i. /. 1571, I vol. 

■ Machiavel's Arte of Warre, by 

Withorne, ^. / 1573. Politicke and Mili- 

I' I taire Difcources of the Lorde de la Noue, 6, 

j /. 157, &c. in I vol. 

/^^ 604.1 Vox Cacli, or News from Heaven 1624. Vo- 
v.=-» — "—y — tivs Angliae 1624. Sir Walter Raleigh's 

/S^//} 6 Ghofi i6a6. Aphorifms offtate by Thomas 



///6040 



I 



Hijicry^ Qaarto. %Si 

Scott 1624. Spanifli pra^ices sd part 16241 
A &c. in I vol. 

/y ^042 — Difcourfe on the Prefent State of 

France 1588, Roger Afcharn on the ftate of 
Gertr.any, b I. 15,2 Certayne matters 
conceruing the Reaime of Scotland 1603. 
Wadfworth's Prefent State of Spayne 1630, 
Survey of the Great Duke's Ellate of Tuf- 
cany 605, &c. in 1 vol. 

/iPI /^6o43 ————— Milton again ft Prelacy, and Apo- 
logy for Smeetymnecus 1*^54. Anfwer to 
ditto 1 6i.. Relation of the death of Laud 
Archbifhop of Canterbury 16,4, &c. 

/J\^ ^44 ■ — Prafticesof th^Inquiiition in Spayne 

i. I. .568. Spanifli Colcnie or Chronicle of 
the Aile and Geffes of the Spaniards in the 
We&t Mies, i I 1583. Short Admonition 
oq the Deleft ahle Trefifott of Sir Wm. Stanley * 
^ Roipland Torktt portrait, b I t??;. EUj^lifh, 
Spanifli Pilgrine 1629 A new Southern 
Difcoverie 1617, and four other relative to 
! Spain in ! vol. 

iT 6045 — London's Flames Revived 1689. 

I Earthquake in Sicily 1693. Allen's killing 

no murder 1689, i vol. 

/^ 6046 The Stage of Popilh Toycs, b. L 

1581. Subtilitie of the Italians, ^. / 1591. 
Variance between the Pope and S<;gniory of 
Venice (606. Holy Bull and Crufado, b.l, 
1588, in I vol. 

•i ; 6047 • True Relation of the mqft Inhuman 

and bloody Muither of Matter James in Nor- 
folke 1609. Narrative of the State of the 
Cafe ol John Cromwell, *f. 1652, i vol. 
y7\ 6048 ■■ The way to be rich, according to 

the praftite of the great Audley 1662. 
Poor Robin's Perambulation from SafFron- 
Walden !6;S, in 1 vol. 
^ 6049 ————— Tryals of Tongc, Geo Phillips, 
&c. i66?. Narrative o/the Tryals of Tho. 
Sadler, &c. j 676-7. Sadler's Memoires or 
Lite and Death of Tho§, badler, the famous 
Thief,- &c. I vol. 

Nn 



^ 



/// 



268 



ffiJfoty^Qazttd, 



/ 



6 6050 Trafts, viz* Journal of the Brtft expedition 
1694. The Juftification of the Aflertion of 
the Senate, &c. of Amfterdam, &c. in x 
vol. 
6051 ————— Hiftory of rhe Inquifition by Se- 
rvita 1639 Difcourfe of tr.e Refolution ta- 
ken in the Vakeline againft the tyranny of the 
Grifons 1628, 1 vol. 
— Remonftrance of the ftate of the 



/4 



^6052 



6054 



/jZ - ^55 





/ 


6056 


/ 


// 


,6057 


/ 


/ 


6058 


ir 








/j 


6059 



Kingdom, by Elfing 1642. A Winter Dreame 
1649, Royall Apologie 1648, in i vol. 

Parliament Cenfure to the Jefuitcs 



v/ 



^M, i 



1642. Relation of the Eaileof Mancheffer's 
fervices and fuccefles, 1644: &c. in 4 vol. 

— Tukc againft Painting and Tinc- 
toring of Men and Women 1616. Smith's 
Wonder of WonoerSj/iroHr. 1642 

Voyage and Travail of Cxfar Fre- 
derick into the Eaii India, b, /. icH8. Re« 
port of the Kingdom of Congo, bv Lopez, 
eutSy I H97. HiHory of the Court of the King 
of China 

— Memorable Tranfaftions in Parlia- 
ment in 1^78. Debate& in ditto relative to 
bribery and corrupt pra£iice^, 169^, 1 vol. 

- An Hour Glafle of Indian New», 

by John Nicholl, h. /. 1607. Ha'coun't 
Voyage to Guinea ibog. Henry Nicholf 
Epiftle fent to two Daughters of Warwick 
1 6o». Defcription of the Whole World i6o8« 
&c. in 1 vol. 

— Sir Edward Herbert Account of the 
Authorities m Law i6»8. Free Cuftoms of 
Stepney and Hackney '675, Paris rel-^tion 
of the Battle of Linden 1693. Campbell oa 
the Trade with lu.key, map^ '734' Ham- 
bling Fuddle Caps 1706. bele^ Maxims, 
fortrait, i7jo Life of Mr. Locke 1 o6» 
Eflay onVVouI 6«^5, and 16 other ui i voL 

• The Simple Cob. er ol Agga^amm 

in America 1647. Baiting of the Pope's 



tuW frext, A&avii Ciuftus 1642) &c, ia I 
vol. 

[ A 6060 — — Brerewood on Languages 1635, 

I Relation of the late fiege anxj taking of 

Babylon by the Turks 16 3 9, and 3 other id 

I vol. 

1^ 4o6i ————— Pagilt's Herefiagraphv/rfl«/. 164.8. 

The EngMth Romagne Life, //««, & I 5x2. 

The Volcanos '^r burning and fire vomidng 

Mcuntains i66g A Ward-Word to Haft- 

j ing's W^tch-Word 1 59Q. Leycefter's Com- 

I monweaith, &c. in i vol. 

S\ 6062 " Lewkenor on Univerfities i6oo» 

Hiftory of the (lege oi Oltend 66^. The 
I Low Countries Commonwealth, 1606, &c. 

in ( vol 
^^6063 ————— Pownall's principles of Polity ^752, 
Account of Doomlday Book, by P. C. Webb, 
Account ofDanegeld by ditto 1756, &c. in f 
vol 

// /€ob4 ■■ Chiefly unpublifiied ones, viz. The 

I Cafe of John fennant, M D. 174^ l^itto 

of Henry Roberts, Maria Swordfea^cr, ifec. 
I in I voL 

y\^ 6o€j •— Burges on rte Roman Senate lyzg. 

Letters between Lord Hervey and Dr. Mid- 
diet n portrait of Lord Hervey 1778. Hooke 
an the Roman Senate '758, in 1 vol. 

*jZj^hcM " Law of Libes i?65. Rayncr's 

Readings on the Statutes 1775, &c in i 
j vol. 

^\ 6067 " ' * >" ' ' " Beaver on Jurifprudenre and Civil 
! Law ^766. Enquiry into the ufe and prac-* 

tice of Jaric a reng the dreeks ami Romans, 
^ by Pettingall 1769. Diflertation on the Ju» 

dicial CuAoms of t^e Saxon and Normaa 
age, by Jame> Ibbetfon 17^0. Ditto on the 
Nati' nal Afiemblies under ditto 178 1, in 1 

'" ^ 6068 •— — . Relative to India 17^7 

j^ 6069 — Hitfory of the Britifti Plantation^ 

/J / in America by Keith, «r«//, 1738. Account 



v/ / 



6071 



^\ 607* 

r 
<r 6074, 



// 



6075 



/ ^ 6076 




of the Glacieres or Ice Alps in Savoy 1744, 
J vol, 

Big'and on Marrtagesj &c> 1764. 



Stemmata C^hichcleana 176,, 1 vol. 

Pegg's Memoirs of Roger de Wcf- 



cham 1761. Hampton on Ancient and Mo> 
dern Hillor7 1746. Launer's Letter to 
Douglas 1751. Clubbe Phyfiognomy 1763, 
with original Letters by the Author. Ske- 
leton of Human Bodies difcovered in France* 
plafff i-]bo, DiiTcrtation on Barley Wine, 
and on Decency 17(0 5 1» arul 24 other in 
I ▼ol. 

— Btbliotheque Univerfelle de» Hifto- 

ieres par Du Pin, Amjf. 1708, Proceedings 
in the Univerfity of Cambridge againfl Dr, 
Bentley, &c. in 1 vol. 

Catalogue of Lords of Sefllon 1798. 



Private Correfpondcnce of Biftiop Atterbary 

1768. Canons of the Church of Scotland 

1 769. Duke of Newcaftle's Letter 1755, Sec, 
in 2 vol. 

Gardiner's Account of thi Expedi« 



tlon to the Weft Indies, printed by Bajkerville 
1762. Roberts Account of the firfl Difcoveiy 
of Florida 17^3. Batram's defcription of 
£aft Florida 1766, in i vol. 

Ditto Rebus Geftis Richards An- 



-glas Regi, in Palcfline edidit. P. J. Burns, 
Ox0». 1780. Anaies Eliae de Trickingham, 
edidit. Samuel Pegge 1789. Extrafts from 
the MiS. Journal of Sir Simon Dowe 1783k 
Hiflory of the Spanifli Armada 1759. Inftruc- 
tioasby Henry VII. to hisEmbalTadors 1761. 
ill I vol. 

Durham, relative to the County, 



Life of Richard Trevor, /arrre«r, 1776, ijt i 
vol. 

BedpordshiRi:, containing the Pa- 



rifhes of Reddington, Luton, and Dunltable, 

and parifh of Wimmington i785. 

■ !■ II . I ■■» WssTMiNSTER, cxitical examiQa- 



^f^ 



Wf/fory— Quarto.' *7i 

nation of tliofe two Paintings in the Banqaet- 

ing Houfe, by J. Highmore 1754, and 5 

other in 1 vol. 
/ /^ i079 — — — DeRBYSHiRK, Hiftory of the Ma- 
nor of South Winfield, by Thomas Blore, 

flatti. 1793. Sketch of the Hiftory of B0I3- v^ 

over and Peak Caftles 1785, &c with fome 

MS. additions by Mr. Reed, in i vol; 
6080 « Berkshire, Colleftion towards a 

Parochial Hiftory of, by J. Nichols 1783. 

Account of the Pari(h of Great Coxwell 1783. 

Wife on the White Horfc; &c. j 742, in i 

vol. 
y 6081 Trafts, fingle Account relating to the nature of 

the Englifli Government iCgOt ^^d ^ parcel 

chiefly political 

y ^082 _ _»_ conilderations on the advantage 

y of free Ports 1794, and a parcel ditto. 

^ /j 6083 ■ !■ ■ I - Ives feleft Papers relative to B#i- 

tifli Antiqu. 2 nos. 1773 
/ ^ 6084 * ■ Kearney's Leftures concerning 

Hiiiory 1776. Carolina, a defcription of 
I 1682. Firft fettlement of Virginia,&c I73J, 

I Tour through Normandy 1754, and differ- 

tation on the Government, &c. of Aiia, 

•085 ■■ relative to Scotland and Ireland, 

viz. Modern Account of Scotland 1679. Ca- 
ledonia, or the Pedlar turned Merchant, a 
tragic-comedy 1700. Maflacre of Glenco 
1703. Griffith Villaire Hibernicum 1690* 
&c, 
V 4o86 ■ Topographical, viz. Chorofflra- 

phic, or a Survey of Newcaftle 1649. De- 
fcription of the Lake of Kefwich 1772. 
Hauksmoor on the Buildings at Greenwich 
Hofpital 1728 and 8 other. 

^^ ^ ^087 . on Coins and Trade, viz. Raper 

on Greek and Roman Money 1772. Hough- 
ton on the Alteration of Coyn 1695, and xi 

r7.~ •*" 



:^ / 



i 



i. 



6088 



Vyfaff—Quarto. 



^' 



jZf 



Trafts, viz. Rafpc on OU-Palnting 1781, 
Needbam on the generfltion, denomination, 
&c. of Animal ana Vegetable fubftances 1749 
Boyle on the degradation of Gold 1739. 
Strscha on difTerect ftraia of £arth» and 
Minerals 17*7 

€089 Traftt, fingle, viz. Higginfon Floating Ice 1776 
Pringleon Attraftion of Moantains, and the 
Torpedo, nn Air, and preferving the health 
of Mariners. Brownrigg on the Plague i^^J^ 
Daines Harrington on dinging fiirds I773< 
Four Letters on CheCnut Trees, 1771, &c. 
/ 6ogo>' — — various by Wm, Paynne 

60QIV— Michell on Earthquakes 1760, 

^ and a parcel of odd nos. Philofophical Tranf* 
anions 
— — — — relative to Eaft India Affairs, a 



€092 
6094. 



/Ji «095 



^J2, 



6096 
6097 



y!/^ 6098 



//^. / 



parcel 

— .— on Medical Sabjffts, by Charle* 

Efie 1776, and a parcel 

Extraft from the books of Mayor 



and Aldermen of Hertford, relating to the 
Navigation of River Lea 1734. Elrtob's re- 
port on the ftate of the Navigation between 
Clayhithc and Denver Sluice 1778. Remarks 
on the Canal intended to be made from 
Chefter tojoin the Trent 1778, &c. 
— Topographical, viz. Effcx on 



Brick and Stone buildings in England 1775. 
Ditto Obfervations on Lincoln Cathedral 
1776. Clarke on the Funnel under the 
Thames 1799. and 5 other 
The Great Law of Marfti Land 



and 10 Topographical 

. Addifcn on Ancient and Modern 

1739. Manwaring Stichology 1737. Learning 
Burrows Eflay on Painting 1771* Woodward 
on the wifdom of the Egyptians 1777, and 5 
other 

■ Pounairs defcription of Sepul- 



chral Monument at New Grange near Dro- 
gheda 1 772* Defcription of K illarney 1 776. 



H^^ry— Quarto. 

Remarks towards a defcription of LougfH 
Erne 1751. Leflie's Killarney and PhcE.iix 
I 1 Park, i,>72 

I ii €©99 ■' S mea ton's report of the expence 

' HI joining thje rivers Forth and Clyde 1768. 

Letters on the mode of Living, Trade, &c. 

\ of Edinburgh 17S8, aad j other relative t^ 

1 Scotland 

^\^ 6100 ■ Arguments relative to the griev- 

ance8 of the King's Bench and Fleet Pnfon*, 

i6g9. Hamilton on the actions of Innif* 

j killing Men 1690. Herlackenden aniniad- 

j verfions on Sir Nath. Powel relation of the 

' upper Leve's lying in Kent and SuiTex i665« 

y and 5 Topographical 

/j /j ^loi ' — Tlurteea (by) and concerning 

/' J\ ^ Df.Dodd 



Twenty- eighth Day's Sale. 

Hiftory, 
OCTAVO. 



LOT 

/ 6102 Tracts, Cheshire, Nixon's Chefliire Pro- 
peecy 1740. Hiftory of Chefier 

/ 6103 — — Cornwall, Laws of the Stannaries, 

and ftate of the convocation of ditto 



*74 



Hi/torymm.0&.!ivo* 



I 



6104 Trofts, Price's Plan of MineralogTe Corni- 
pieniis. Account of Dickory Cronke 17 19. 

and Laws of the Stannaries. 

Derbyshire, the Wonden of the 



6JO5 



// 6106 



^ 



/^ 



/ 



6ro7 
6108 



6109 



Peak 1683. Cotton's Wonders of ditto 1683, 
and Hunters Buxton Manual 1787 
— — — Cotton's Wonders ofrhe Peake 1694. 
Account of the twelve months falling of 
Martha TayVorthe Derbyfhire Pamoirelle4to 
1669, and 12 other in 4to «nd odUvo 

Devonshire, and DuRSBTtHiRB, (4) 



relative to 

Essex, Perry'is Account of the flop- 




ping of Daggenham Breach, and account of 
frauds and abufes of dicio 1717. Confider* 
ation, on the unhappy accidents that at- 
tended the laft Undertaker at ditto 1723. 

— Carter's re'ation of the expedition of 

Kent, EiTex, ai d ColcheHer 1650* New 
Charter ot Colcheftcr 1 764, Narrative of an 
evil fpi'itin Canary IHands 1709. Frauds 
and Abufei* at Dagenham Breach 

— - Glouc»'£?tershirb, the Cheltenham 
Guide T78i,aDd 5 other 
Tour to Cheltenham Spa 1786, 



Rules, &c. for the Gaol and Penitentiary 

Houfe 1 790 

HAMrsHiRE, (7) relative to, 1713- 



^./r. 



- Abftrafi of the Claims on the New 
Forell, in the county of Southampton 1776, 
and I other 

Hiftory of the Brotherhood of the 

Holy Ghoft 1742. Two Hiftorical Accounts 
of the making the New Fcreftin Hampfhire, 
Defcription of Porttmouth »748. The Hamp- 
fhire Wonder, or the Groaning Tree,^«fr, 
1742, and 2 other 

— — — Hillory of the Blacks of Waltenham, 
1723. Trial of John the Painter, portrait. 
Hoyland, or a Defcription of Hamplhire, & 
Foem 1728. Outlines of a plan for mak* 



Hijorj.'-Oazvo. 27? 

ing the Traft of Land, called the New Fo- 
teit, a real Foreft 1794* a"d 5 other 
6116 Trads, HBREfORD and Herefordshire, 
Tolbot on the Infirmary at Hereford 1774. 
Poll for Hereford 1720, 54, and 84 
€iiy »— Hertfordshire, the Hertford Let- 

ter on the Murder of Mrs, Sarah Stout i6gg 
Cafe of the Hertfordlhire Witchcraft, in 4 
Trafts 171a, and 4 other, in i vol. Poll for. 
- Hertford 1754 

/y 6118 — — Huntingdon, Account of the So- 

merfham Water 1767. Cafe of John Ames 
Andrews 
611J . — Kent, Tunbridge Wells, or Direc- 

tions for Drinking the Waters 1725. Tun- 
brigilia 1707. Tunbridge Mifcellany for 
1712, 13, 19, 2t, 37. 8. 9 

6iao ' — The Canterbury PatHot 1773. Short 

Trip into Kent, in Hudibraftic Verfe 1743. 
Hiftory of the Kentiflx Petition. Charter of 
Romney Marfii 1686 
^'^6x21 — Canterbury preferved, or a Plot dif- 
covcred. The Canterbury Patriot 1773, 
Canterbury Wells 1702, and 3 other 
^€122 Defcripiion of the Cathedral of Can- 
terbury 1778. Duccarel's Repertory 1782. 
Catalogos Lib. Bib. Ecclefiae Chridi Can- 
tuarenfis 1743 
, 6133 " "" Pocock*s Gravefend Coropanign 1798. 
and 3 other 
5,24. Smeaton*s Account of Ram fgate Har- 
bour //«/r, 1791 and 3 other 
< /6115 ■ Jacob's Hiftory of Faverfham plafet 

j »774' Arden of Faverfliam, by Lillo 1762 

1770 and 4 plates of Faverfham Abbey 

Newton's Hiftory and Antiquities of 

Maidftone, flatet ii74», and 4 other relative 
to ditto, in 1 vol. 

The Tunbridge Wells Guide 1780. 



Defcrlptioa of ditto i&. Water Poetry, in 1 
vol. 

Oo 



3 



*7? 



fUJloryt-^OEt&yQ^ 



Trafts, The New Margate and Ramfgate 
Guide. Defcription of the Iflc of Thanet 
1768. Hillory of Dover Caftlc 1787, and ? 
other in i vol. 

i»9 — Lancashirs, Remarks on the Hif- 

tory of Manchefter 1771. View of Agri- 
pulture in the CouDty of Lancafter 1795 and 
to other 
6130 / — Leicestershire, Macaulay*s Hif* 

tory and Antiquities of Claybrook« platett 
1691 

Lincolnshire and Monmouth* 



4r 6i»9 — — 



^/ "7 



6131)- 



/ 



SHIRE, &c. Hiilory of the Antiquities of St. 
Mary Lincoln. Defcriptive Accounts of 
Persfield and Chepftow 1793, and 3 other 
-~-— London and Westminster,* Pro- 
pofals for eiiabliihing a Charitable Fund in 
the City of London 1706. Smith's ftate of 
the Gaols 1 776, and 9 other 
6133 » — New Review of London 17x2. Hif- 
tory of (he Sheriff-room of Dittp 1705. Aft 
for Paving and Cleaning the City 1671, aa4 
3 other 

/■ 6134 — — ' Guy Grefham, and Bancroft's wills, 

^/^ 613s ■ New Review of London 1928. Trip 

through ditto ib» View of London tc Weft- 
minfter, or the Town Spy 170^; 
— — Rcafon-^ for the punaiial limiting of 



\/0 6132 



; 



6137 



/ 



v^ 



A 



/ 



I// 



Bartholomew Fair 1708, and 6 other 

— r Remarks on the ancient and present 

flate of London 1 723. Hiftory of the Tower 
of London 1771. Warburton London and 
Middlesex 1749, ^"^ 3 other 

6138 Miferies of the Marfhalfea, White* 

chapel and other inferior prifons. Defcrip- 
tion of Newgate. Remarks on the Fleet 
17:3. Prefent (late of the Prifon of Ludgate 
and 2 other 

^139 «._ London's Gratitude J783. Charter 

__^ of the Stationers' Company 1741, and '% 

other 



G146 Trafts, (15) relative to the Lord Mayors and 

Corporation 
it 41 Plan for rendering the Militia ufeful 

and refpeftablc, by Bernard Turner 1781, & 

4 other 
6142 I (3) on the Bridge b£ Blacktriars 1757* 

and 2 other 
614J I Obfervations on the Report relative 

to building a Manfion Hoafe i7$6> and 6 

other 
6 1 44 •— London what it is, not what it was. 

Public Nuifance coniidered. Obfervationit 

on the buyers or receivers of Stolen Goods 

Cafe of the Patron of St. Andrew's 

Holbord 17^2, aad 4 other, relative to St. 
Ahdrew's 

(4) ^X Jofaiah Dtirniford to the Livcsry, 



&c, 

6147 (B) on St. Paul's Cathedral 1712-169 

in 1 vol. 

6x48 — Computation of the increafe of Lon- 

don 1719. Critical Review of Public Build- 
irtgs 1734> Public Nuifance confidered. 
Morning Wilk, or City encompalTed, a 
Poem 17$!, and 1 other, with MS. notes, b/ 
Mr. Reed, in r vol. 

$149 — Critical Review of the Public Build- 
ings, plattt addtd J 783. Hiftory of the Tower 
1787, in I vol. 

6150 — (6) on the Wet Docks, by Vaughan, 

&-C. with^/a/^i 1797. 

61 £1 Letteri on the Britiflt Mufeum 1767. 

Inftru£lions by the BurgefTes to the Annoy- 
ance Jury 1763. Weftminller Abbey, a Poem, 
17x1, and 6 other 

615* — Account of the Eleftidn of Members 

of Parliament for Wellminfter 1741. and 5 
other relative to the fame 

6ij3 - - Gibfon's Coiiftitutional Palmphlet to 

— the Inhabitants of Covert Garden i754» 

^ The felcft Vcllry juftified 1754, aind 4 0thes 



278 



Ui^«ry,--O^iV0, 



/ 



/ 



/ 



<f 



7 



/ 



v/' 



6154 Trafts, Obfervations on the Weftminftcr Pac- 

ing Aft 1 77 1, and 5 other relative to Paving 
and CleanHiig ditto 

6155 — Langlcy's DeCgn iora Bridge at New 

Palace- yard, //«/* 1736. Reafons againft 
buiUling a Bridge {rom Lambeth to Weft- 
ininfter 1728. The WeAminfter Bubble, a 
Merry Tale, in a Dialogae between an Old 
Bridge and a New 1722. Langley's Airvey 
of Weftminfter Bridge 1743. Labalye oa 
ditto i739-;t, and 5 other 

MiDDL':sBx, Ifleworth*s Syons Peace 



6xi$ 



6i{8 



6159 






^ 




6161 



6161 



6163 



1657 reprinted. Hairipftead Wells, by Soame, 
1734, and 26 other 

— Norfolk, Records of Norwich 1736, 
The Noifolk Tour. Brown on Urn Burial 
1736. The Lynn Magaiine 1768 

Hiftorycf Norwich 1 7«8. Appendix 



to the Chronological Hiftory of Ditto 1728. 
Defcription of the Diocefsof Norwich 1735. 
Hiftory of Ketl^s Rebellion in 1549 and 7 
other 

' ■■ — NoRTHAMHTOM &N0KTHUIIBBR- 

ftatutes of the County Hofpital ia 



&AND 



Northampton 1743. Defcription of Alnwick 
Caftle Northumberland 1776. Eflay on the 
Charter of Ncwcaflle 1777 and i other 

Oxfordshire, Pointer's Account of 



a Roman Pavement found at Sturnfiel dy plate 
1713. Account of the Oxford Riots 1715. 
Depofitions concerning ditto 1716. Memoirt 
of Ofney Abbey 1769. Account of Earth- 
quakes at ditto 1750, and 3 other 

Wharton (Thomas) Companion to 



the Guide, and a Guide to the Companion, 
Mercurius Cxonieniis 1707. Acadamie, or 
the Humours of Oxford 1716. The Legend, 
a Poem 

Oxford Hcncfty, and 42 other relative 



to the Univerfuy 

Piftura Oxonienfis, and 10 other in 1 



/,^ 



vol. 1768-g 



/ 



HiflaryOSttMa. 
/^ 6164 Tra£l9, (6) relative to the Coanty 1757-61 



«79 



6165 



^1 



6166 



///? ^'67 



// 6168 



1^ 



^6189 - 



S' 6170 



<^ 6171 
/ 6172 



Hifto ry of tbe Univeriity 1772. Cata- 
logue of «hc Graduates i??© to 8z. Aft for 
amending certaia Mile Ways leading to Ox- 
ford 177a 

— Somersetshire, the Rival Ball- 

Rooms. The Bath Conteft, and 3 other 
— Delman's Contemplations amongft St. 

Vincent's Rocks 1755. The Brillol Riot 
17 14. Goldwin's Detcription of the City 
of Brillol, a Ptkem 175 1 and 6 other ^.to. and 
oflavo 

BriftoUia, or Menaoires of the City, 



V^" 



by Andrew Hooke 1748. Randolph on Brif- 
tol Water 1745. Defcription of Penpark- 
Hole 179J. Life of Jonathan Britain 177a, 
and 3 other in 1 vol. 

Bath and Briftol Guide, New Bath 

Guide po: trait of Naih. New Prote Bath 
Guide for 1778. Hiftoryof the Church 1778, 
in I voL 

Narrative of the extraordinary cafe 



of Geo. Lakins, ofYatton, pofTeiTed of evil 
spirits for near 18 Years 1 78S. Relation of 
the Cafe of Edmund Millard of Laogport, 
172$, and 6 oth^r 

■ (4) on Bath and Briftol Waters 
Saunders on the Curiofiiies of Glas- 



tonbury 1781, and <{ other 

-"— ~ Shropshire &: Suffolk, Shre^f- 
bury Quarry, a Poem 1769. Statutes of the^ 
Salop Infirmary 1753. Defcription of Bury 
St. t^^roonds 1782 

— SxjRRY, Hiftory and Antiquities of 

St. Saviour> Southwark 1765. Life and 
death of John Overs 1774, and j other 

Surry, Defcription of Epiom 1711, 



Ditto of. Richmond Gardens, and Narrative 
of the tranfadlions at Stockwell 1772 
j^^ 6176 — ~— ^ Hiftory of Gildford 17/7. Life of 
Geo. Abbot, with Defcription vi the Hof» 
pital at Guilford X777. Popiih Intrigue«,&c. 



TrTrT^ 



y" 



s8o Hifioty^OSt&va. 

in the cafe of Mrs. Shaftoe 1745:, &c. and i 
other in i vol, 
^6177 Trafts, StrssEx, ihort Hiftory of Brlghtoo, by 
Relhan 1761. Medical Properties, &c. of 
the Sea, Sec. by Loftus Wood 1782. Cafe of 
Richard Thomas, Brighton Direftors, in 1 
vol. 

/^ 6178 — Paflage of the Hurricane from Bexhill 

1730. Antiquities of Arundel 1766. Hif- 
tory of Chichefier, and 4 other in 1 vol. 

6179 Warwickshire, Salin's Dcfcription 

of the Church of St. Mary, Hiftory of Ke- 
nilworth Caftle 1777. Swinney's Birming^ 
ham Directory. Account of benefadlion» to 
Coventry 1733, &c. 

//^ 6 6180 — ■ — Wiltshire, Antiqailies of the Dte- 
vizes 1794.. DiHertation on the Antiquity of 
Stone Hedge 1730, and i other 
a 6181 ' Yorkshire, Hiftory of the Cathedral 

of St. Peter, flaU/ 1768. Defcription of 
part of the County of York. Defcription of 
Buxton 1795. Tour to the Caves 1780 

l/J 6i8t — — — — Hiitorical Guide to Scarborough, 
The Rarities of Richmond 1736. TheYork- 
fhire Spy, and 3 other 

y/ ^6183 ' Hiftory of Karesborongh 1775. Ditta 

1 by Hargrove 1782. Tryal of Eugene Aram 

' in I vol. 

• X? 6184 ■ — Index to Towns, &c. in Yorklhire 
^ 1768. Account of the takinj; Pontefraft 

Callle 1747. Scarborough Mifcellany 173*- 
3, 4, and 9 other in i vol, 

J\ 6185 Wales, Doddridge's Hiftory of 

Wales, &c. 1714. Journey to Llandridod 
Wells 1746 

^ 6186 Propofala for enriching the Principa- 

lidty 1761, Journey to Llandridod Wells, 
1746. On fortifying Milfocd HzvcOf flutes, 
17 $9, and 3 other 

y ^6187 The Head of the Rock, a Welch Land- 

fcape, by Williams 1775. Cacrmarthcnfhire 
a Sketch of, 1792* in 1 vol. 



HiJIorj—'O&wo. 



s8i 



/ 6189 



! 
/ 6192 



(f 6196 

j 

/j 6/98 



Trafts, Owen's Britilh Remains 1777. Mal- 
colm's Letters and Trafts 1 744 

i. — ScoTLAKD, Ruddiman on the com- 

petition between Bruce and Baliol for the 
Crown 1748. Animadverfions on ditto 1749. 
Laws and Judicatures of Scotland 1718. 
Borthwick on the Feudal Dignities of ScQt- 
land fj}^, and i other 

Letters on the Trade and Manufac- 



tures of Scotland i774> and 8 other relative 
to 

— The Highland Vifions 17 12. Strange 

news from Scotland J 7 1 2. Defence of the 
Scots Settlement ac Darien 1699, and 3 
other 

Hiftory ofthe King*s Majeftie's Af- 



fairs 1644. Account of the Proceedings at 
Perth 1716. Difcourfe on uniting Scotland 
with £ngland 1702 and a other 

Free Difquifition on the Law of En- 



tails in Scotland 1765. Journal of a Tour ta 
the Hebrides. Prefent State of the Peerage 
of Scotland 1771, and 6 other 

Chronology of the King's ofScotland 



1773. Short Account of Scotland 1706. Mo- 
dern Account of Scotland. Hiflorical Re- 
marks on the C'ltf of St. Andrew's 1728. 
Caledonia, a Poem 17707. Defcription of 
the Parifli of Melrose 1 743 

Hiftory of Caledonia, or the Scots 



Colony in Darien, and j other relative to 

Bachan's Defcription of St. Kilda 



1752. Account or the Chapel of Roflin J77S, 
Defcription ofthe Parilh of Melrose 1769, in 
J vol. 

Cant's Mufe» Threnodie, 2 vols in i. 



Pertib 1794 

Martin's Voyage to St. Kilda 1753. 



J./f. - 



Knox on the Northern Filheries 1786. Fea 
on the Filheries in the Scotch Iflands I7ii7. 
M'CuUagh on the Herring Fifhcries 1788, 
in I vol. 



s8s Hiftotyt-^OSiavo 

^^6199 Trafts, Hiftory of the Iflc of Mao 1773, *Q^ 
3 other, ia i vol. 

J 6200 —Ireland, Defcription of Dublin 173a 

Survey of the County of Down 1740. The 
' Irifli Rebellion 1679, and 3 other 

^ 6201 — Lucas, Magna Cbarta Civitatis Wa- 

terford 1752. Pollock*! Letters to the In- 
habitants of Newry 1793 

^ ^208 — ^- Stock's Narrative of Killala 1800. 

Whateley on the Irilh Fifhery 1803. Prefent 

i fiate of Ireland 1730, and 4 other 

1^ O 6zo^ ■■* — Cursory obfeivations on Ireland 1779 

Lifl of the abfentees in Ireland 1769, and 6 

i other 

^^6204 — ■ — Ferman on the Courage, &c. of the 

Irifli Nation (767, and 6 other 
yji 6205 — Hiftory of Limeiick 1767. Defcrip- 
tion of Killarney 1776. Ferry's Anfwcr to 
objections againft making a bafon for better- 
ing the harbour of Dublin 1721 and 2 other 
1 ^6206 '- Dobbs Eflay on the trade, &c. of Ire- 

' land 1729. Sorvey of the County of Down 

1740, and 3 other 

y ^207 — Warton's defcription of Winchefter. 

i Defcription of the Iflc of Thanet 1765, 

Windfor and its Environs 1768, in i vol. 
jr^^6io8 ■ Four Topographical Letters, by Rafta 

Patching 1747, and a (hort Tour in the Mid- 
land Counties 1775, in i vol. 
/\^6209 ■■ ■ — Thick ncffe's Guide through France, 
Letter from South Caroliaa i732> Scheffer's 
Hiftory of Lapland 1751, and 7 other 
J\ 6aio Travels of Anacharsis, the younger, in Greece^ 

«797 
J 6211 — — — — Edw. Brown, 2 vol, 1753 
/ /621a " before the Flood, 2 vol. 1796 

/ 6213 ■ " I ■ into France and Italy, t vol. 1771 

,^6214 of a Philofopher 1769 

J\ 6215 Treafon againft Queen Elizabeth, i. I, 1572, 

62 1 6) Treaties of Peace and Commerce 1772 
/ 6217/Trial betveeen Lockyer and Bream 1796 
6218) — - ■■ of Henry Yorke 



3.J.^ 



/: 6219 Trafts, Richard Patch, — j8o6 

//(^ 6220 - Warren Haflings, 1796 

^'\/^ 6»2i ' for Murders, &c. 3 vol. 1742 

/ 6222 of Sam. Petrie. Efq — — 178a 

/ 



± 



6223J — Ttienniai Aft, Speech on the 178* 

y 62 14/ Trip to Paris - . -- lygj 

62151 1 Portugal .1. ■ I ■ 1704 

'yiibj Holland, 2 vol. — — 1786 



6227 I'roil's Letters CO Iceland — ~> 1780 

6228 True Causes of the great troubles in England 

'59* 

/| 6229 Trufler*! Voyages ■ ^ n y 1778 

/Jr 62 JO Tryals, 3 vol. - 1716 

^ 623 1 Tucker ^ Jofiah ) Treatise on Governments 

1781 

^ 6 6»j» Tarki(h Empire, a new Survey of 1665 

/^ 62J} Turier (Jerome) the Traveller — 1575 

6234VTurreau (Lewis) Memoirs of La Vendee 1770 

623 5J Tyranny (Difplay of) 2 parts 1689 

;(j/62jo Vallancey (Cnarleb) de Rebus Hibernicis 1770 
y 6^'^yi Vanfittart (Henry) Tranfaftions in Bengal, 3 vol. 

1766 
g 6238 Varamund (Emert) of the outrages of France 

1575 

62I9 )VarilIas (Fer.) Hiftory of the Houie of Medicis 

/} [ 1686 

6a40)Vaughan (Sam.) Appeal ••— • 1773 

^ 6241 Velleius Paterculus, by Le Guys 1632 

y /624s — — Newcomb 1724 

6243I Venice, City and Republic of -^ 1 699 

/ 6244-1' — the Fall of 1804 

. / 62457 Ver tot (Abbe) Revolutions in Portugal 1754 

•/ ^ 6246J- -—I the Roman Repub- 

lie, 2 vol. • ■ ■ - 1736 

/ 6247 Viaad (Pierre) Shipwreck and Advei-tures 1771 

/^ 6248 Vie i(la) du Gen Monk >~^ 1712 

<r^ 6249 View of London, 2 vol, 1708 

yr/j 



PP 



( »84 



QUARTO. 

[ «( 6150 Trafts, fmgle, Pettingal on the Tascia ly^j, 

i Vindication of the Aparnean Medal plate 

I »775« D'.ffertation on 3 fingular Coin at 

Nerva 1774, and 6 other on Coins 

/. ^ 62(1 — ^— Propnfals for fettling the Eaft India 

Trade 696.. Hiftory ot the Company 1793* 

and 10 other relati>'e to India Affairs 

/ //f ^454 relating; to Cambridge, a large parcel 

/ 6253 ■ ' - — Oxford (21J 1756 to I77Z 

/4 ^*54 •— — -~ ■ — •- Weftminfter (9) 

/ 6255 Obfervations on the Royal Academy 

I I790» and 6 Discourses by Sir J. Reynolds, 

j I &c, 

y.^ 6256—— Gi!snon*8 Letters concerning Dagerfham 
I £rea<h 1718. Hiftory of Eflcx, 2 numbers, 

I and a other relative to the fame coonty 

\// 6257 - Captain Pauiin's Actount of the uking 

of Poniefrad Caftle 1648. printed 1702. 
Cooke on Dfoidicial Temple* 1755, and 7 
Topographical 

— — Short Account of the Company of Gro« 
cers 16^9, and 26 in folio and qaarto relative 
to London 

Critical Obfervations 1 77 1, and other re* 
lative to London 

(y) reladve to Kent 

— ^3) relative tT> Draining the Fens 

— Charter of Liverpool, and 8 Topogra- 
phicbl 

—— DifTertation on memorable Occurrence! 
in the Hiftory of Scotland, GIa/g9vt 1785, 
and 12 other relative to Scotland 

Archdale defcription of Carolina 1707. 

Bullock's Virginia examined 1649. Letter 
from Dr. Moore relative to PeQf>'Ivania 
' ' ' 1687 




■n 



i 



flJ}?flrjr.— Quarto, i9$ 

/ 6265 Trafls, Martjrn on (ftabliftiing the colony 6i 
Georgia 1733, and 13 relative to America 
6^i6/ - Thoughts on the African Trade 1749, 

- •■ ( and 3 other relative to Africa 
BiSfl Difcourfe concerning the Eaft India 

Trade 1696, and 16 other relative to the 
I fame 

^J^6i68 ■ I I - Thoaghtsori the Pfefent State of France 

1 792 J and a parcel political 
^\^6i6^ ■■ -I Magna Charts Cappeal to) and a large 
parcel mifcdianeous 
6*76 ■'■ ■ Journal of Blaochard's Foarth Voyage 
1784. Ditto Third Voyage, and fandry 
Narratives, &c. 
^6271 '■' - Swammerdam on the Ephemeron i68r. 
Price's Experiments on Mercury 1781. Rife 
and fall of Pot- Ash in America 1758, and 10 
Medicinal 
^lyi I 1 Rise and Antiquity of Cathedral Wor- 
fliip 1699. Refledtions moral, canonical, and 
Satyrical 1 708. Sicknefs and death of Y3ti 
Wardnard 1719, and a parcel mifcellaneoas 
/^ 6xji * * viz. Trial of Wm. Spiggot, &c. for the 
iriurder of Wni. PoVeell »770. Memoirs of 
John Collington who was executed at Maid- 
ilone 1750. Trial of Mr. Wm. Mitchell for 
Perjury 1754, and a parcel 6f Seffions Pa« 
pers 

.^6274 Sherlock's Letters 1780, and a parcel 

mifcelLneous 

^. 6275 — The Surry Irapoftor by Taylor, ^or/ra// 

1697. Indication of the Surrey Oesnoniacic 
169^}, and Lancafliire Levite rebuked 1698 
/j2\/^622(> ■ ■' ' ' Hoi well's Cataltrophe Moadi 1682; 
I Wharton's Ireland's Warre Astfologicaliy 

' demonftrated 1647. Second year of Prodi« 

gies 1662. Lilly's Ancient and Modem Pro- 
phecies 1645. Booker's bloody Irilh Alma- 
nack 1646. Lilly's Allrorological Predic-^ 
tion 1648, and 3 other 

College of Mirania, Wew Tori, r7$3»& 
ri other 



A 




\/ 



/ 



m 

^6,78 

^6180 

62.81 



^ 628z 

^6285 
6286 




.i:/^. 



TraAs, colleAion of Cannooical Thoughts 17x6^ 

Inilructious for Maftera and Armes ib2$»Se 

6 other 
JefoiU Looking Glaffe 1629. Daniel 

the Prophet ao Cunjurer i ;o(. Memour» of 

James Wadsworth 1679 
Addifon on Ancient and Modern Learn* 

iA& *7d • Coafiderattoos on Street Walking, 

and parcel mifcellaneous 
■ '■ Joyful News from Litchfield. StafFord- 

ihire's mifery iet forth 1643. Sbrewfbury 

taken 164,5. Speeches and Confeffion of 

Capt. John Cade, and John Mils 1645. The 

Petition and Articles exhibited in Parliament 

againft John Pocklingtoo, fwnti/fiece^ 1641* 

Vicar's England Remembrancer 1641, and a 

parcel in tb^ time of the Commonweallh 
■■ Royal Charter and Statutei of the Society 

of Antiquaries tSoo, and 3 other relative to 

the fame 
^ £nqoiry into the origin of the Feudal 

Tenures 1 764, and a parcel hiftorical 
Exact Relation of the attempt of John 

Allen i66^. All alarme for Sinners, or con- 

feffioa of Robert Faolkes 1679, and 7 

other 
--~- Reasons for Caftration of Roman Catho» 

lick Priefts 1700. Jew turned Chriftian 1679. 

Relation of things m the Tabernacles of 

Mofes 167$, and 1 other 
— — Defcription of Surinam. 1667, Late news 

from fiarbary 1613* Uiilory of Achia 1673, 

and 3 oihier 
-— Bad India Trade* a moft profitable one, 

1677 and 2 other 
■— — Hunting of the Foxes from Newmarket 

and Triploe Heaths to Whitehall, 1649, ^^^^ 

ao other 
— — The Secret Hiftory of the Calves Head 

Club 1703. and a parcel mifcellaneous 
— — EITay on Fornication 173;. Origin and 

Antiquity of Barley Wine 1750. Philofo- 

phical Dialogue on Decency 1751 



/ 



/ 



/ 6«9i Tra^*, (Ten) on Coin and Trade . 

/; 6292 White's Civil and Military Inftitutes of 

Taroerlune, 1780, Inftruftions for Travel- 
krs, 17s 7> and fondry mifcellaneous 

6293 — Sketches from Natiire« 1779, and a par- 
cel Mifcellaneous 

6294 — — — ~ Life of Dr. Saanderfbn, 1741. Me- 
moirs of Sir John Barnard> 1776. Life of 
Dr. Duncan Liddel, f«rtrait, 1790. aodi 7 
of Biography 

/:f4 ^'95 '■ Accountof Browne Willis with /w/ftfef/, 

etched, hy George Steeveni, Letters of Sir R, 
Shelley, partreat 
/ (1296 — — — Pringie on the Torpedo, 1775. 1^9 
on the Health of Mariners, 1776. Clarke on 
a Piece of Money foand at Ehham, 175 if 
I and fundry Medkal,. &Ct 

^^6497 — — Philofophical Effay on Mafick, 1677. 
Euterpe or Remarks on theUfe and Abufeof 
Mafic, Modes, or Tones in the Ancient Grae* 
cian Muiict by Styles, 1761, and > other 
629& ■ ' ■ > ilngle, m. View of Towns in Dor- 
iet, 1773, Fads relative to Greenwich Hof- 
pital« i779» and fundry to (graphical 

^ 6a99 " p— — Memoirs of the Mint and 

Queen's Bench, 17 12, and Seven relatire u> 
London 

6joo ■■' ■- — The Moderator, 2 nos. 

The Patrician, 4 nos. Mercuria Civicus, 
Polittcus, and Pragmaticus, Mafes Mercury^ 
1708. The Tickler, No. », &c, 
3 /j 6301 ——————— The French Herald, 161 1 

and Foot relative to Fr^ice 
dyizi ■ i — Oxford and Cambridge, 

/ r 5 relative to 

6303) ' '■■■ '- " I— New* from Wales, 1652^ 

Bufhell on the Mines Royatt, 1642, and 3 
other 
6304 — ■— (Twenty-fcvcn) relative 



^ 



^.//, /, 



to Ireland 



t/ 



VSB 



^#ff.«*Quarta; 



/ 



J / 6305 Tract jj finglc, viz. Narrative of the Appre-' 
^ bending. Execution, See. of John James, 



/fi /, iio6 



/U 



^9^ 



:? 6309 



/I 6310 



// 63H 



/631a 



/ 6313 



A «Ji4 



1662. Life of Will iacn Morrel 1692. Do* 
of William Fuller, 169a. Hiftory of Col. 
Chznrest portrait 

Wine, Beer, Ale, and 



Tobacco contending for Superiority, /renti 
Book of Sports, (63^ 

Good and True Newei, 



from Bedford, 1643, and toother 
— .1 - Letter of Comfort 



Richard Cromwell, 1659. aud I'undry rela- 
tive to the Commonwealth 
■ ■ I i—. Joornal of Lord Edward 

Cecyl on the Coaft of Spain. 1626. Cata- 
logue of Dukes, Marquifles, Earls, &c. 163* 
Trcatife on the Eleftion of Popes, 1605. 
Death of the Duke of Mecklenburg 1634; 
and 10 other 

Relation of Wicked Plots 



and Pradtifes of the Spaniards in the Nc- 
therlands, 1614. Stubbc's Juftificatiori of 
the War in the Netherlands, p{aus, 167** 
and 17 relative to Low-Countries 

The Duke of Mayennei 



Ghoft, 1712. Gee New Shred of the Old 
Snare, containing the Apparitions of 2 Fe- 
male Ghofts, Sec. 1624. Three Tradts con- 
cerning Zachary Crofton, charged with 
Whipping his Maid Servant, 1657 
—— .— — I Treatife on Wool and 



^ -^./J,^ 



Cattel, 1677. The Royal Filhioj^ Rcvivedj 
1670. on the Manuta^ory of Linen Cloth, 
1677, and 2 other 

— II.. Strange Predidllons of 

James Uiher, 1678. Lilly'* nftrologicall 
PrediAioQ, 1648-9-50 

■ The York Buildings 

Dragons, 1726. A Mumer, by Thoma* 
White on the Body of his Wife, .68a. Newet 
from Gaunt, or a moft Bloody Murder, 1678* 
Barbarous Marthcr. by Henry Jones, and 



Mary Jones on the Body of their Mother, 
1672. Murder of the Duke of Hamilton, 
1712, and I other 
/J- 6315 Tracts, fingle, viz. True relation of tht late 
j Commotion in Hereford fhi re, 6, /. 1605. 

Strange Newes indeed from Mitcham, 1664.^ 
True relation of John Leech who lived ia 
Huntingtonfhire, who was carried iz Miles 
in the Ajre by two Fairies , 1662, Tryal and 
Examination of Mary Morders, the German 
Frincefs, 1663. Narrative of a College of 
Jefuits at Come^ in Hereford, 1697, and f 
other 

/ 6316 •- — Mifcheif of Perfecutioa 

in the Life and End of Mr. John Child, 
1688. The York Buildings Dragons, 1726, 
Varieties of Villainy, 1698. Condud of Re- 
ceivers and Thief Takers in London, 1718, 
and I other 

y yj_ 5^17— _— Relation of the Journey 

^r^ of Charles Earl of Nottingham to Spain, 

1605. Converfion of a Noble Lady of 
France, Madame Gratiana, 1608. The 
Turkes Secretarie, 1607, and 4 other 

^ 6318 —— — New Plot Difcovered in 

Ireland, 1641. News from Sea, or the Tak- 
ing of the Cruel Pirate, Captain Ceuficke, 
1674. Relation of the late Dreadful TeA« 
peii, 1704, and 5 other 

f ^3^9 — — — — . Injunftions, by Queen 

Elizabeth* »559« The Favourite's Chronicle 
1621. Duke Hamilton his Cafe, 1649. and 
4 other 

^ 6$tO — — Sir Thomas Overbury, 

I Obfervations, 1626, Four for a Penny, or 

Poor Robin's Charafter, 1678. Poor Robin's 

Intelligence Revived, 1678. Dangerfield'a 

I Memoirs, i68j. Specalom Crape Gouno- 

rom, 1682, and 3 other 



'■/■ ' 



S90 ) 



2 
/ 



A 



Twenty-ninth Day's Sale. 

Htfiory, 
OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

LOT 

^6321 V IE W of the Real Grievances 177^ 

/j ^yt% II Coafts of the South Sea Com* 

pany ' __ iy„ 

6323 Vigow (Mrs.) Letters from Raffia 1777 

6324 Vincent (T.) God's Terrible Voice in the City 

1668 

4 6325 Voltaire, Age of Lewis XIV. 2 vol, 175* 

^6^26 . Letters on the Englifli Nation 173^ 

I ^ Cj27 .. on the Civil War» of France 1731 

^6399 Von Lowen on Nobility - 1754 

/ / 6389 Voyage to North America in 1768, and 1769 

•777 
j^ / 6330 I " the Weft Indies 1 176* 

. 5jj, «— — — Golph of Mexico, by Dc la Sale 

1714 
j^ £331 *— North _— — 1706 

^5gjj Round the World — - 1795 

y 4 6334 - ' to the Levant n — — 170* 

/ 6335 ' — ■ i6$o 

^ 6jj6 —— lile of France i. 1800 

^ / 6337 ^"ffia ■■ '739 

^6338 — the Manrituis ■ ■ 1775 

^1 ^339 ""*' Bengala •— - — — — 1682 

'4-~ 



//j^tfiy.— Odlavo 291 

6s4o/Voyage of the late King of Sweden 16^8 

634I) to Arabia, the Happy, • 17 ?o 

^6342 of Captain Sharp 1684. 

6343 Udal ap Rhys Account of Spain and Portugal 

, . ., , 1749 

^6344 Unclaimed Dividends, Names of Proprietors 

/ ^6345 Uncertainty Qf Death, //«<•« 1746 

^6346 Uiiiveifities (Advice to the) — — 1783 

/ 6347) Union, Difcourfe on ■ - — — — . 1762 
^ 6348J Wafer (Lionel) Voyage to America 1704 

/6349jWake (Ifaac) Political Difcoveries '655 

63 50) Wakefield (Prifcilla) Juvenile Travellers 1801 
6351 Waldron (George) Defcriptions of the Ifle of 

Man — — 1744 

^6352 Wales (William) Remarks on Forfter's Account 
of Cooke's laft Voyage — 1 778 

6^53 Walker (Hovenden) Expedition to Canada 

6354 ■ ■' (A.) Tour to the Lakes — 1792 

/6355 Wall Parliamentary Chatafters 1777 

<^635^ Waller (Sir William) Vindication of the Cha- 

rafter of ■'■ ■ ■' 1793 

6357 Wallace on the Niimbers of Mankind 17 rj 

^6358 Walpole (Horace) Catalogue of Nobie Authors, 

2 vol. 1759 

/6359|.War in America (Enquiries into) 1778 

^t^boj Afia Memoirs of from 1780, to 1784 

1789 

^6361 Difguife ■ ' " 1805 

636a Warmftry (^rhomas) the Baptifed Turk 16^8 

6363 W;)rner (Rich.) Tour round Lymington 

6364 ■- — ' - ■■ ' -- Hiftory of the ifle of Wight 

'795 

^6365. ■ 16. 

^636'j « — Mu - u^ Walk through Wales, />laies 

I 1799. 

f] 6367 ; ii- 

6368 Warning againft Papiftes, L I. 

6369^ Warren (Borlafe) View of the Marine Force 

\ »79» 

637oyWarvs'ick (Sir Phil.) Memoirs of Charles L 



»9» 



H:fferj.<—0!t3iVQf 



A 



6371 Waterhoufe (Edward) of Arms and Armoury 

1660 
/ 637a Watkins John) Hiftory of Bideford 



/ 



^6?74 Watkinfon (John) Survey of Ireland 
6375 Watfon ( R. chard) Hillory of Aflfairs in 
land .^— — — — 



>79f 
it. 

1778 

Scot- 

1657 



6375*Warion (Thos. ) Companion to the Guide, and 

Guide to the Con;panion 
6376 Weeks (J. Eyre) Gentleman's Hour Glafs 

1750 
6377?Weld fifaac) Travels through America 
6378J 



»799 



'^6379 Wells (Edwafd) Trcatifc on Geography 

^^'6380 

/ 6381 Wellwnod (James) Memoiis of England 



\^^6 
1716 
1752 
1598 



^./7. 



/O^ 6384S Weniworth (Peter) Pithie Exhortations 

^ 6383 Pleadings, 7 vol. 

^63 4 Weft (Rich.) on Treafons >'■ 1716 

^-^6385 . Guide to the Lakes 1784 

/ 6386 Whitaker Hiitory of the Britons 177* 

^ 6387 1783 

^ 0388 -r -— (John)Courfc of Hannibal, 2 vol, 

»794 

^ /6j89 — — Hiflory of Manchefter, 2 vol. 1773 

yq 6390 -. ' — Mary Queen of Scots Vindicated 

1789 

/[ 6391 Whitworth (Charles) Lift of Nobility 1765 

^39*) — — Colledion of the Supplies 

4 ^ \ . ' 763 

"393 / " ' "? — ~ Succeffion of Parliaments 

\794 
/l^/ Q394 Wilcox (Jofeph) Roman Converfation, 2 vol. 

'797 
639; )Williams (Walter) Jus Appellandi 1684 

6}96)William III. Oi ginal Letters — — '704 
63^7) Wilton Houfe (Defcription of) -*— 1788 

6398)Windior Guide 1783 

6^99»Wi(hart(A.) Commentaries on the War in Italy 

( >753 

iB^pqy Wood (John) Choir Gauge (i, e.) Stonehenge 

~' ^ 1747 



/ 
/ 



^6401 Wood (Hatton) Decrees^ iivthe Exchequer, x vol. 

^6402 (John) Defcription of Bath, 2 vol. 1768 

6403 Woodward (David) Narrative of Four Seamen 

• 804 
^0404 Woodes (Captaiin) Voyage roand the World 

' ■•7»* 

6405) Wood fall (Wm.) Debate on the Houfe of Corn- 
el \ mons of Ireland — — ^T^i 
J 6406) Wottort (Sir Henry) Remains, /ar/ra// 1685 

j/j 6407 — (Wm ) Hiftory of Rome 1701 

' 64o8^Worfat (Will de) Bran new Work 1785 

7! 6409^ Worthies of England — — 1684 ^ 

/ 6410 Wright (John) Annales for 7 Years /68f 

64 1 1 ■■ (Thomas) Antiquities of Hallifax 

1738 

/^^ 6412 Wright Martial Law of Tenures — . 1768 
/ ^ 6713 Wyndham (H. P.) Piflure of the Iflc of Wight 

'4^^\\\ Wynne (Edward) Eunomus, or Dialogues oa 
, the Laws of England, 4 vol, — - 1774 

/ 6415 ■■ - '-■ on the Degree of Sargearit at 

Law 

6416 — Law Trafts *■ 1765 

/\ /^ 64, 7 Xeno^phon, the Afcent of Cyrus 1 7 38 

64i8yYair (James) Account of the Scotch Trade 
AA \ 1776 

64 Jgj Yearly Chronicle, for 1761 

6420 Year wood (Randolph^ the Penitent Murderer 

/J 6421 Young (Arthur) Reign of George L 1 65 

^^6422 ■■ ■ ■>- — i- Six Months Tour in the North, 

4 vol. — .:-- : inyo 

6423 — Six Weeks Tour iti (he South 

1:69 

^6424 - Letters oil the French Nation 

17^^ 
R ^4»S Zouch (Rich.) on the Jurifdiftion of the Ad mi- 
rr laJty ,6(j^ 



( 294 ) ' 



QUARTO. 



/a 6426 Tracts, fingle. The Difcoveries of Jolin Le- 
cerer, in Virginia, 1672. Difcourfe con- 
cerning the Spaniftie Fleet, 1588, Relation 
of Two niofl: Strange Sea Fights Agyn(t the 
Turkes, 1636, and 2 other 
^ 5^27 ■ Knighrs of the Bath (Lift of 

* theW66i. Ceremonies at Creating Ditto. 

Demeanor, &c. Sir Walter Raleigh, 161 8> 
and 4 other 

5^j8 Newes from the Jews or a 

True Relation of a Great Prophet, 1671. 
Arraignment of the Jefuites in France, t;94* 
Hiftory of the Perfecution of^ the Valieyt 
Piedmont, 1688. Earthquake in Sicily, and 
I 5 other 

^j 6419 »i Record of Sufferings for 

Tythes, 1658. ForcfHnner of Revenge, i642« 
j and 9 other 

I > 6430 - Inftru£lion to Judges and Law- 

yers, and fundry Law trails 

A 6^ J I ^ . ■ - — News from the Channel, or 

' Difcovery of the Ifle of Serke, 1673, Capi- 

tulations, &c. of Peace betweene the Sukan 
of the Turks and King of England, Con» 
ftantinople 1663. True State and Title of 
the Comptroller or Portmafter of England. 
Overton's Arrow Shot from Newgate, 1646. 
and 2 other relative to Scotland 
'%/^l% III I — The Foure Petitions of Hnnt* 

ingtonlhire, Norfolk, Soffblk, and Effex, 
164.2. Fight at Torrington, 1645. Whip 
for the MarOiells Court, by Robins. Inftruc- 
-— -J — ^ y tions for compounding for Wards, Ideots & 

^,-^*v Lunaticks, i6i8, and mother 



i/z'tfar)'— Quarto. 295 

^/^f33 Tracts, fingle. Wonderfull Newes or Relation 

/ ^ of a Churchwarden of Tofceler, whofc 

Wife firfl Died Strangely, and himfelf ftll 

' Mad and Died, 1642, and 3 other relative to 

Northamptonfliire 

/ 4^M^ '~'~" Reafous for Caftrating Poplflt 

Ecclefiaftics, 1 70b, and a parcel niil'cellane- 
ous 

/ J ^435 ■' — — Colonel Titus, Killing no 

Murder, 1708, atad a parcel relative 10 the 
Popilh Plot, &c. 

3/6456 ■ ■ — The Carriers Cofnfiographic, 

I by John Taylor,, ^ ^ 16^7 

/< ^~ 6437 n . The Triplicifie of Triumphs, 

b. I. — 1610 

\ /■ 6438 Three Tra^l?, on tlie Propo- 

I led Union between Eiigland and Scotland 

; »6o4 

1^^6439 Account of the Pretended 

Prince of V\^ales, 16S8. Eflex'5 Innocency 

vindicated, /raw/. i6go. Enquiry into ihe 

Murther of Ditto, 1684, frc. 

i / /<440 ————— Huflcy Plea for Chrlftljfti Ma- 

gidracie, 1646. An Impeachment for High 

j Trcafon, Againft Oliver Cronivvell, &c. 

j 1649, *" * vol. 

^ 6441 The Sounding of the Laft 

Trumpet, 1650. The Cry of a Stone, or 
j Something fpoke, by Anne Trapnel i6j4 

;fT J~ ^44* '-'■ The Boke of Juftic(?sof Peas, 

b.l. 1515. Carta Feodi Simplicis, b, I, by 
WjnkyH de Worded MedusTenendi Cur Baroo 
by PjnJoTiy and 2 other rare tradls, b. I. 
i\yj 6443 — — — — viz. Van Reenen Journal from the 
Cape of Good Hope, in Search of the Wreck 
of the Grofvenor, teiib notes, by Rivu, 179*. 
Swinney's Accoynt of 7 Churches in Afia, 
1769. Narrative of Extraordinary Efcape 
from the Indians, in the Gulph of St. Lau- 
rence, 1774. Letter from Mr. Dalrymple 
to Dr. Hawkefvvof'h, 1773. Excurfion to 

: I the Heake of 1 eneriffe in a Letter tojofeph 

' yj^\M Z Jekyll, 1795 



tgS 



HiJloty.'^'QazTta, 



/r 



/d 



6444 Tracts, (13) relative to John Lirourne, vntt 
portraits 
— (71) in King Charles I. Time, many 



6445; 

6446 

6447 



/ 



(24) relative to Oxford, many vtrj 

cur tout ^ •^45» &C. 

The Fruitful Wonder, or a (Iraiige 

Relation from Kingfton xipon Thames, of a 
Woman who was Delivered of Four Chil- 
- dren at one Birth, 1674. The Lord's Lobd 
Call to England, 1660. Narrative of Pro. 
ceedings of Joftices againft People at Lewes, 
1670. Captivity of Thomas Phelps, 1685. 
Beiationof the Unjud AccufatioD of certain 
French Gentlemen, 1671 

6448 The Popifti Champion, or Life of 

Rich. Earl of Tyrconnel, 168^, Hiftorical 
Colleftions of the Church in Ireland, i68r. 
The Great Pyrate, or Life and Death of 
Captain George Cufack, 1676. Life of 

! Captain James Whitney, and 13 other fingle 

Traas % 

<5; /6449 Trelaji AoftrafiasReges et Lotha»ingiae Daces, 

I with^bj /or/r/iiV* Cohniie i6ig^ 

^ 6450 Trochudi Rhaetia: Alpinx Defcriptio 1538 

6451 Turner's Account of Embaffy to the Court of 
Teftjoo Lama, plates — — 1800 

/^ 6452 Tymme (Thomas) Defcription of Hierufalem 

159? 

6453 Van Reenen's Journal from the Cape of Good 
Hope 

6454 Vattel's Law of Nations 1760 

A^ 6455 Vaughan (Robert) Britiih Antiquities revived 

Oxf,.rd 1662 
/ ;A ^456 Verftegan's Reftitution of Decayed Intelligence, 
heft edit wilh plates — — ^»/. 1605 
J / ^4S7 Vicars (John) Englands Parliamentarie Chroni- 
cle — — 1644 

/'6458 Virginia(True Declaration of the Coloniein) 

1610 
3 ^459 Vox Popnli, or Newesfrom Spaiae 1620 



Hiftory.— Quarto. 297 

^A 6460 Vowel (John) Defcription of Exeter, wi:h plan 

i^l ,, U- 6461 Voyage (admirable) and Travell df William Bvjh, 

' Gentleman, who with his own handi^ withont 

aay other Mtus helpt made a Pinnance, in 

w'llche he pad by Ayre, Land and Water 

from Lamborne, in Barkfhire, to the Cuftom 

houfe Key in London, b. I. front. 1607 

/2 646a -■ ■ of Heneage Finch to Turkey 1661 

6463 ■■ to Java in the Eaft Indies, *. /, 1 599 

y 6464 Voyages (general Colleftion of) 

6465/Wadefworth (James) Letters betweene Spaiae 
/ > and England telative to Religion 

6466J — — Englifh Spanifh Pilgrime 

1630 

•j 16467 >Wadftrom(C.B.) on Colonization — — 1794. 

^ ^ 6468? Wag llafFe's Vindication of King Charles the 

Martyr ■ ■ - 171 1 

^ /^ 6469 sV^alker (Clem.) Hiftory of Independancy 

6^70 — (Jofeph) Hiftorical Memoirs of the Irilh 

Bards Dublin 1786 

/^\ 6471 Wallis (John) Hiftory of Northumberland, 2 

vol. large paper^ nuith plates, by Buck, &c, 

with Original Letter from Lord Bute 

6472 Walpole (Horace) Mifcellaneous Antiquities, z 

nos. «.— ^— Straiuberty Hill I'jjz 

i 4 6473 ■ ; — Life of Lord Herbert of Cher- 

bary, uncut, nvit& portrait^ Stranuberry Hill, 
1764, Ditto Dialogue between a Tutor and 
his Pupil, in i vol. 

/ ^ ^474 ■ Seven Original Letters from 

King Edwrard VI. to Barnaby Fitzpatrick, 
Stranuberry Hill, i"] 11, Mifcellantous Anti- 
quities, 2 Numbers ib. 1772, in i vol. un- 
I cut 

4\ 6475 — ^— — Memoiresdu ComtedcGram- 

j ' mont, portrait 1783 

i ^ 6476 Wanfleben (J. M.) Account of the Rebellions 
__, *_ itnd Bloodlhed of tbe Jefuits i6 9 



tgi 



IJi/forj.'^Quatto, 



I ^1^^477 Warner (Rich.) Hamplhirc cxtrafted from 

Doomfday ■ '789 

1^.^6478 Hiilory of Ireland 1263 

I 64 ^ 9 ' i ' — i6. 

/f 6480 Warre and Single Combat, tranflated by Eliot, 

b.l. — ^ ~ 1598 

J ^6481 Warres (the Knowledge and Condud ot) 1571 

/ 64b» Warrs (Hiftorical Romance of the! Between /he 

Mighty Giant Galiieno and the Knight Na- 

fonius ■ ■■ '694 

/^ 6493 Warton (Thos.) Specimen of a Hiflory of Ox- 

[ • fordlhire ■ 1283 

6484)Watron (Epiftolary treatife addreffed to Wfch.) 
/S[ > 1780 

648c) (Johnl Hiflory of Hallifax, portrait 1775 

, 6486^ Webb (P. C ) Copies of Records of King's 

'/-^\ > Bench, Weftminfter 1763 

6487yWenlock (John) Humble Declaration to Charles 

II. — — — i6oa 

»774 

-^ >^ 6493 Whiiburne (Richard) Difcovery of the New 

FoundLand ■■ ■ — — 1620 

^ ^49' " * u « n I ■ 



6> ^ 6488 Weft jThos.) Antiquities of Furnefs 
3 ^5489 • (Wm.) Simboleography 



1623 
'f 6492 Wbi^c (John) Journal of a Voyage to New 

South Wales. //a/« '790 

^^6493 Whitlock's Journal of the Swedifli Embafly, 2 

vol. in I •— T r— J 772 



<■ 



/, 6494 White (John) Fir|l C^iitury of ScaDdaloui Ma- 
lignant Prie(is ■' ■ 1643 



£149^ Wicseroi (Gwl.) Vitoto ac Res Geftas 

Oxottienfis 1 6go 
£>• 76496 Widmorc (Richard) Hiflory of Wellminllfr 
^.bbey, plate4 «75i. Enquiry into the liift 
Foundation of Ditto, 1743, •"« Manu/cnpt 
ttati 
A M97 Wiikes (John) Hiflory of England from the Re. 

volution ■■'■ ■ 1768 

J ^6448 Williams ^Sir Roger) briefe Diicourfe of Warre 
-y— '590» ^^^ Aftions of the Lowe Couittreys 

o i6iS 



Hiftory. — Qnarto. 299 

6499lWilHams (Sir' Roger) Aclions of the Lowe 



gJWiliiams (Sir- 

( Countreys 

9> 



\ 



[^ { Countreys ■ — — i6i8 

64997 

d// 6500 \ViImot (John Eardltiy) N6tes and Opinions in 

^ different Courts — 1832 

1^ 6501 Wills (Royal and Noble) ' 17^0 

1^^ 6502 Wilfoii (Robt. Thos) British Expedition to Egypt 
^^V plates ' — — iboj 

^^^^6503 Winter (/*.) Dreame — 1649 

6 t^ 6504 Wintoni (Stephani Gardineri Kpifcopi) de Vera 

j Obedtrntia '535 

^j 6505 Wife on the Learning, &c. of Europe 

Oxford I7s8 

6506 Wonders of this Windie Winter, b, I. fronti/- 
piece 

6507 Wood (Anthony) Hiftory of the CoHeges and 
HalU in Oxford, continued by Gutcti, 2 vol. 

Oxford 178690 

/ JS508 ■ (M.) Review of the War in the Myfore 

1800 
6509 Wright (Thos.) Antiquities of Ireland, plata 

.f[6 6510 —' - ■ •■. (Leonard) Hontifig ot Antichrift, b I. 

'589 
^6511 — -^ — (Edward) Travels, 2 vol. in one, pLus 

6512 Wyndham (Hr P.) Tour through Moftmouth- 

fhire and Wales, //a/« I'fSi 

/j 65I3 Wyflcy (OVm.) True Uie of Armorie, with (he 
Glorious Lite of Sir John Chaudos 1592 
^514. VVylfon 3 Orations of Oemolllieiies, 1573. Do. 
Arte of Logiquri and Rhetorique, b. I. 1553. 
with Atitogttiph of Edward Larle of Oxen- 
ford e 
6515 Yorke, (Newes from) 1644. Horrible Newes 
from Hull, 1642. Murder ncir Wakefield, 
1677. Citalogues oi the Mayors of Yorke, 
1664, and Eleven other relative to the fam? 
'./y. /j bounty 

^ R i- 



7 



( '•S^ ) 

y\ ^ 6516 York's /Dlfcoverie of Errors in Camden's Bri- 

' tannia» 1594, with lutograpbt of Ben Jon- 

fon 

/^i, 6517 Younger Brother's Apologie, or a Fathers Free 

Power Difputed in the Difpofitioh of Hii 

Laiides ' i6«4 

/ 6518 Young (Arthur) Eflays on the Britifli Empire 



Thirtieth Day's Sale, 

Poetry, 
OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

LOT 

/' ^519 A 5R "AMIDES, an Heroic Poem 1705 

j ^^6520 Ailcin (Johny Fffay on Song Writing 177^ 

/ <^52i A Icoik (Mary) Poems — ^— i7^g 

I ^^^942 Aleyn (Charles) hiftory of Henry VII. 1638 

f/^/CjZS Alley (Jerome) the Judge — — — 1803 

//6$a4 Alvcc (Robt.) Edinburgh, a Poem 1789 

6525 — Poems 1781 

6526 Amhurft (Nicholas) Proteftant Popery 171$ 
65»7^Anacrcon " ■ ■■ ' ■ Oxford 1683 
^aS)-' — and SaphO) by Burnaby Greene 

^ 1768 

^6529 «— by Fawkes 1760 

6530 . — — 1713 

^6>3i — — • ■ byUrquhart 1777 

/ f>i$* AnaleAs, in Verfe and Profe, 2 vol. 1770 

0j33 Apolionius Rhodius, by Francis Fawkes 1780 




/6j;j4 Ariofto (Lud.) 

7\ 



J 



/6j;j4 Arioflo (Lud.) Orlando Fariofo, by Hoole, Vol. 

^535 ■■ I ■ .. 2 vol, 1791 

6536 I " I, ■! i II -—plaits, 5 vof. 

1799 
6j;37 Ariflaenetus, the Love Epiftlcs of 1771 

6538) Armilroog (Richard) Art of Preferving Health 

/ '744- 

6539)— i——i— (John) MifcellanieS) 2 v6l. 1770 

^ 6540 Arfy Verly, or the ?«lartyrdom of the Rump, na 
title 
654 t)Arylain for fugitive Pieces — • 1785 

6542]—— . ■-■■vol. I 1776 

34 ^543 --' 2 vol, ' /*. 

A 6544 - J X . and Foundling Hot 

^^ pital of Wit, 44 vol. 1785-1786 

/ 6545 Atterbury (Bi(h) Seiefta Poemata 1684 

^ / 6^46 Aviary or Magazine of Britilh Melody 
J\4 6547 Ayres (Philip) Lyric Poems — 1687 

J 4 6^48 Bacchus and Venus, or the Harmony of Love & 

Wine 
/ 4 6549 Baker (Dan.) Poems ■ ■ ■■ 1697 

/ /j ^bS^ (Hen.) Poems ^ — ^ 1725 

S 4 6551 -^ Medulla, 2 vol. — 1757 

% 4 6552 Ballads (Old) vol. IIL 1725 

\4 4 ^S53 Shocks (John) Mifcellatues 2 vol, 1739 
[/^4 6J54 Bancroft (The.) Heroical Lover — ^ 1658 
1/ ^555 Barber's Poems ■ ■ 1735 
S 4 ^5?^ Barbour (Sir John) the Bruce, or Hiftory of Ro- 
bert I. 3 vol. 1790 

yj 4 6557 Barnaby (Drunken) foor Joornies to the North 
of England. Lat. & Eug. <■«/« 1723 

J 6 6558 — ^ -— 

/ 4 ^559 Beattie (James) Poems -— ^ 1776 

^it. ^ 6560 Beamout (Sir John) Bofworth field 1629 

^ 6561 .1 (Francis) Poems *- 1653 

/^ 6562 Beedome (Thomas) Poems ^ 1641 

2.\ 6563 Behn (A.) the Lover in faihibii ■• 1688 

\S^' 6564 Bell Fugitive Poetry, i8 vol -' 1797 

\A4 ^5^5 —•Poets containing Churchill, Cunningham, 
- , Denham. Rofcommon, and Armftrong, 9 

4. ^ ^dl. 



/^ 



Soz 



Po4trj^O&iVO. 



I 1/6^66 Belpe(VVilJ) Poenjs a»d Translations 

/o ^i^by Bennett (Joh") Poems , 

6r.68 Benfoi) (Jofeph; Baitlfioi Floildenfield 



/ 

/ 
/ 



1 



d ^^6g Bidlak? (Joho) Country Parfoi) 

6570 ■ — — Summer's Eve 

6571 Blacklock's Foeros, 2 vol — 

6572 Blacknovre (Sir p.,) Poems 



6S73 
6.^74 



Poems — 

Paraphrafe oa job 
Creation — 

Prince Arthur 



1788 
1774 
1774 
»797 
1800 
1762 
1 723 
1718 
1716 
17'? 
»7'4 
1783 



X 






1800 
1712 

>75« 
1685 



Blake's Poetical Sketchps tt< » 

1^578 Blondet's Compariibn of Pindar and Horace, 

1696 
^J79 Bloonjfield (Rob.) Farmer's Boy 
6580 Boileau Works with his Life by Ogell 

^ 6|£i the Lutrin, by N. Howe 

I /-^ 6582 Bold (Henry) Latinc Songi -»• 

^6583 Booker (Luke the Hop Garden 

6584 BoiTu of the Epic Poem, a vol. '7^9 

6585 Bofwonh (Will) Chalte and loft Lovers 1655 

6586 Bontlcr (Hugh) a Panegyrical Poen» 1745 

6587 Bounden (Jofeph) Fatal Curiofity 1805 

6588 Bowden (Sara ) Poetical EiTays — — 1733 

/ /^S89 Bowles (W. L.) Sonnets Befi 1794, 

7^6590 Boyd (Henry) the Penance of Hugo 1805 

^. 6591 Boys (John) ^neas bis Errours 1661 

/^ 6sgi Boyse (S.) Poems 1738 

>^/6593 Bray (Edward) Idyls — 1800 

/ 6594 Brooke (Henry) PoeHis and Plays, 4 vol. 1789 
/^/6595 Brome (Alex.) Songs and other Poems 1661 

/I 6J96 Browne (llaac Hawkins) the Immortality of the 

Soul 1795 



atioD 



•<—— — Poems 



(Will) Work?, 3 vol. — 



J 6598 
^<^6599 

/6600 — (John) on Poetry and Mufic 

|/«^ 6601 Buchaiinan (G,) Pealiuoruni — 

:2J 66C2 Burns (Rob.) Works, 4 vol, — 

£\ 6603 ————.-. Poems ■ ■ 
^1^6604 Bulhe (H.) Socrates 



(Mofes) the Works and Reft of the Cre- 

'75* 
»739 
1772 
1789 

^583 

li^OO 

1801 
1712 



Poetry^O^AVO, JOJ 



^^6609 Butlet (Samuel) Hudibras, 2 parts ! 663- 1664 
V /i 6606 • '&' ib- 



f 6 6607 



ib. ib. 



^ 5608 - « •• ■ 2d part 1664, miitb 

'^8. ftofft 

^./^€6o9 — 3d pa>^ »^7' 

/^66io '— ——— ea Francois 1757 

i ig 66 IX — ■■ 17P9 

3] 3 6612 ; by Grey, s vol. 

I'j^j^, plates, aboun<iing nuitb manu/criptuotest hj 
Mr. Reed, Dr. Farmer, and many curious prist • 
■ ei references and allusions » infer ted in their uf- 

i pe6li'vt piqcts. 

/ 6613 — ——————.— 2 vol. plates, 

I 1799 ' 

^^^6614. — -.—- — Remains J 754 

/<^-^66»5 — —.———*- "~ -i— 2 vol. 

I 1759 

I / 6616 Ghoft |68« 

/ 6617 '. ^— /^. 

/y /^ 6618 Byrom (John) Poems, 2 vol. in 1 >77S 

/ 66 9 tlyfshe (h.dw.) Art of Poetry 1737 

, / 4 66ao Caledotna, 3 vols 1775 

\//j 66a I Callander (John) two ancient ScottiQi Poems, 
' Edin. 1782 

yj" 5622 Cambridge Prize Votms,fne paper, onlj 12 «/fW 

printed --1^ 1 77 J 

^, 6623 Carew (Thos.) Poems 1772 

j\ 6624. Gary (Henry) Poems ■ , ■ . ■ 17«3 

/\ 6625 Caroloiadcs, an Heroic Poeni — 3t:S9 

yl^6626 ■■ iL 

/;^6627 Cartwright (Edmund) Aimine and Elvirsi, a Le- 

1 gendary Talej^roff/. — J805 

/ /' 6628 Gary sfort (Lord; Revenge of Guendolin, o«^ 12 

copies printed 

If 6629 Chakhiil (John) Thealm? and Clearchus 1683 

/y 6030 Chamberlayne (William) PJbaronnida, portraitt 

/•^ 6631 Chandler (Mary) defcripiion of Bath, a Poen., 

A 6632 ' : ■ ■ '■'-^ — = 1797 



S04 
I /I 6633 

yh 6634 
^f/^ 6635 



-? 6637 
^ ^ 6638 
4, 6639 






6641 



4 6641 
^ ^ 664 J 
// ^644 
f 6645 
^ 6646 

/^6647 
i/>^ 6648 



i'wfry— 0£lavo# 

Chatterton (Thomas) Revenge, a Burlettt 179 J 

— ~ Works, 3 ?ol i8o| 

— ' ■ — -^ Poem» jand Tradls, a large 

colle^ion of, in ? vol. 1778, with many ma- 
na script and printed papers added. 

■' Love and Madnefs 1780 

■ Life of, — 1789 

Chaucer's Canterbury Tales portrait 1737 

«« by Tyrwhit, 5 vol, 

•77? 
' "" ■■ " ■'■■ — — in & modern verfion 

3 vol. — Oxford I y^^ 
*— Lives of Troilus and Creffeid 1796, 

and other Poems, in i voL 
Ghoft 



new painted by Wm. Painter 
Comments on 2 Tales of 



Chudleigh (Lady) Poems ^ — 

Churchill's Poems, Bell's edit. 3 vol in 1 



, N66io 

J' 6652 
/^6654 
/;^6656 



vol. 



167Z 

ib» 

1 66 s 

ib. 
1709 
£(//«. 

'779 

1804 

?755 



Gibber's Lives of the Poets, 5 voK _ ^ 

Clark (John) Works of the Caledonian Bards 

Editi, 1785 
Cleveland (J.) Poems . 1653 

,6^4 

Cobb (Sam.) Poems ■ *707 
Cockin (W.) attempt in Verfe 1776. Fall of In- 
fidelity, &c. I78J 

Lyj 6657 Cockayn (Sir Afton) Chain of Golden Poems 

1659 
/6658 Collier (W.) Poemi, 2 vol. 1800 

6659 Collins ( Wm.) Works 1765, tuitb manufcript and 
printed papirs at beginning and end 

6660 Colvil (Samuel) Whigs Supplication, Gla/gow 

'7S» 

6661 Colman(W.) Death's Duel, front, 

666a Congreve (Wm.) Works, 3 vol, oAavo 1710 









Pflrfrjr— Quarto, jej 

I y} ^€663 Cooke (Thos.) Tales, &c. 17J9 

/ 6664 Cookfey (Rich.) MiPeUaneous Poems 1796 

i 71^6665 Cooper's Muf^s Library 1737 

j ^ 4 6666 Coppinger (Matt.) Poems ■— i6Ki 

\// 6607 Corbet (R.) fundry Pieces in Poetry 164.8 

! f /j 6668 — — — — Poems , — i67» 

' ^/i 6669 : — ; — — ih» 

^ 6670 ' — — ' — \ — ih^ 

f i567i — — — lb. 

^ 6 6672 Cotter (George Sackville) Poems, 2 vol, Cork 

J . *778 
/ 66i3 Cotton (Charles) Wonders of the Peak, Noiting, 

17^5 

/ 6674 i Poetical Works 1734 



QUARTO. 



J^66t^ Anacreontic Magazine, 7 Nos, — 179* 
yJt 6676 Annefon (Js.) Carollanna, a Poem, in honour 

of our King8 Charles, James, (^een Anne« 

and Prince Charles 
/I 6677 Ariofto (Annotations en the Orlando Furiofo of) 

i ' '758 

/I /SS'jS Arnold (C.) Poems on feveral OccaHons 1757 
yj 6679 Ariftotle's Treatife on Poetry, by Thos. Twining 

1789 
/f 6680 Aifizes (great) holden in FarnafTas, by Apollo* 

• 645 
±\ 668 1 Baldwin (Wm.) Myrrout for Magiftrates, ^. A 

/^ 6682 Baltimore (Lord) Gardi A PoETicA, Lat. Ang. 
et Gallica, luith plates, extreme// rare, fee 
note 
M 4 6683 —————— Coelefles et Infern, cuts, Fetu, 

1771 

/a 6684 Bancroft (Thomas) Two Books of Epigrams & 

^ ; ' Epitaphs — — 1639 



joS 



Pof/ry— Quarto, 



/^/q\ 6685 Barnefield'g Aff^aionate ShtpberJ^ containing the 
Complaint of Daphnis for the love of Gany- 
mede **/r^OT//|r rar^ '594 
/^ /j 6686 Beeriad (The) or Frogrefs of Prink, Go/fort, 

1736 
/ S <^C687 Beggars (The) k^t,froiH, —iMfc 1627 

/ ^ 6688 Birkhead (Henry) Verfes on the Death of Sir 
Bevill Grenville morocco gilt leaves 1684 

,/ ^ 6689 Bloomfield (Robert) Farmer'* Boy, Vignetietf 

1800 

^ // 6690 Blount (Thomas Pope) remarks on Poetry, with 

MS. additions of Mr. Wni. 01dy> 1694 

Booker (Luke) Malvern, 1798 

— ii, 

Buurne (Vincent)*Mifcellancou8 Poems 177* 
Browne (Gil.) Opufcula Varia Lvntl' 1765 



/ 

/ 

/ 



6691 

6691 

-^6693 

^ 6694 

669J 



Bofcovich (Roger Jos.) de Solis ac Lunas defec< 

tibus = — 1 760 

^ 6696 Brereton (Jane) Poems ________ 1744 

/\/^ 6697 Breton (Nich ) Seven glorious Grace, with en- 
graved borders — 1605 

/ 6698 Broomholme Priory — 1801 

i <^<^ 6699 Burney (Charles) Account of Mufical Perfor- 

j raznces, jf>lateshy Bartolozzi — 1785 

^ ^ /6700 Butler's Hudibrafs, with notes by Nasb,flatts, 3 

vol. 1793 






6701 

6702 
6703 

6704 

6705 

ft7o6 

6707 






Cambridge (Rich, Owen) Works, with liis Life 
by G. O. Cambridge, /jr/r«/« 1803 

—■•'•■ -> Scribbferiad 3751 

Camvens (Luis de) the Ludad, or difcovery of 
India, trarrjlatid h Mickle Oxford 1778 

Camp Guide, m Letters, from Enfign Toothpick 

'778 
Canning (Geo.) Poems, fee note,/*'/7-<//;///<^f,^ 

Carey jH.) Poems ^7*9 

Chapman (Geo.) the Shadow of Night ^594 

Epicede, or Funeral Song oi" 

Prince Henry 1 ■ 161% 

Charts Scripta;, or a new Game at Cards called 

play uy the Booke 1645 



i 



Ptf//fj>— Quarto. ^07 

I / 6711 Cheke (Sir John) the Vcrtuous ReigneofEd^. 

I VI, portrait 1610 

/J 6712 Chefter*s Triumph in honour of her Piince, as it 
was performed on St. George's Day 

/J 67*3 Churchyard (Thomas) a MuGcal Confort of 
Heavenly harmonie, called Churchyard's 
Charitie. See MS: notes in Churchyard's 
pieces, by Steevent, Reed, &c. — 159^ 

/a 6714. — _«_____ a lamentable and pi- 

j tiable dcfcription of the woeful warres in 

Flanders — — 1^78 

6715 ■ > — - True Difcourfe of the 

fucceeding Governorj in the Netherlands, 
and the Civil Warres there, begun in 1565 

i6cz 

6716 ' — — — A light bundle of 

lively difcourfcs, called Churchyard's Charge 
prefented as a New Year's Gift to the £arl 
ofSavoy*. /. — 1580 

6717 — ■ — Challenge i. /. 1580 

with a copious roanufcript Account of his 
Works, by J. Reed, and a fmall oftavo Tnift 

called a difcourfe of Rebellion 3570 

^ ^ 67 18 Worthinefs of Wale» 

oftavo 1770 

^ 6719 Clavell (John) Recantation of an ill led Iifei6a8 
_ ^6720 Claadian, tranflated by Leonard Digges 1617 
1^6721 Cooke (Will) Poetical Effays — 1775 

yj . 6722 Cooper and Millington, Auctio Davisiana Ox- 

onii habita — 1689 

/ 4^ &^^l Cofens (D.) Economy of Beauty 1 777 

6724 Cotswold Hills (Annalia DubrenHa upon the 
Yearly Celebration of Mr. Robert Dovers 
Olympic Games upon) 1636 

6725 Counter Scuffle, whereunto h added the Counter 
^2itfreHtifpiecei 1637 

6726 Cowley (Mrs,) the Siege of Acre, an Epic Poeoi 

1801 

6727 Coxwell (Henry) the Odes of Horace, Oxford 

1718 

•/\ $728 Cranley (Thomas) Amanda or ihe Reformed 

k/. // S i 



/o 



^ 



So6 Pottrj^t'Qaitto. 

\ Whore, 1625. Clavell (John) R«eantatioa 

I of an ill led life with portrait 1630 

/[ 67*9 Crawford (Charles) Sophronia and Hilario 

J '774 

S. ^^73° Cumberland (Geo.) Levina ihe Maid of Snowde 

1793 
/J ^73» Danyel (Sam.) Political Effayes — 1599 

/J^/i^li* whole Workea — 16*3 

J',j^ 673J Dante, tranflatcd by Chas. Rogers, with 2 /»»•- 

traits • . 1782 

/2\4 6734 Darwin'« Botanic Garden, 2 vo\. flatet, 1791 

// ^735 Davies (John) Microsmos, the Difcoverv of the 

little World Oxf. 1605 

^ 6736 Deftroftion of Jerufalem green turkey 
/ S^in D'lfraeli (J.) Narrative Poems — 1803 

-^4^6738 Donne John) Poems -■ *633 

4 6739 Dover (Robt.) Olin»pic Games upon Cotswold 
Hills J-/np.erfec^ 1636 

/ ;| 6740 • — — >■' 

1 ih, 

y/S^ 6741 Dowrioh (Ani^e) French Hiftoric 1589 

9* 6742 Drayton ^Michael) Owle,/ro«/. — 1604 

^'^6743 Mufes Elizium 1630 

^i^ 6744 Du Bartas his Divine VVeekes by Sylvefter,yr««if/. 

by Hole r— 1613 

/| 6745 Eneas, his Defcent into Hell, Eng1i(hed by Boys 

1661 

Jjii'6746 Epigrams by U.? . de/t£thve 1608 

j2 .6747 Evan Evans fpecimen of the Poetry of the 

Welch Bards 1764 

/ </ 6748 Falconer (Wm.) Shipwreck -^ 1761 

^ 6749 Fsr'cy (Henry) Complaint of Paoles ' 1616 

3. / 6750 Fennor (Wm.) Defcriptions of certain Speeches 
1 before the King 1616 

J\4 ^75* " "*^'^^ the- Compters 

1 Commonwealth 

/\/S^' 6752 F.'etcher (Phineas) whole Works /»/ eojy, with 
copy of his will, and other MS. 1627 

S\ 6753 Forde (Jo.^ Fame's Memoriall 1606 

6754 Fofb'ooke (T. D.) Economy of Monadic Life 
/S <f 6755 Gafcoigne (Geo.) Whole Workes, Jine cofy in 
~3/.//Z: rnJfia.b.L : 1567 



Y- 



( 309 I 

//j/*5756 Gayton (Edmnnd) Art of Longuevify 16^9 
2. ^^557 Genethliacon, Ducis Cornubae, Scc.motoeeo, 

Cant. 1 683 

/ 675'8 ■ ■ v « . bound in 'velvet 

ib. 
^ ^^'67 59 Godfrey (Tho.) Poems Thiladtl. 1765 

^ 6760 Goldfmith (Oliver) Poem?, wood cuts by Be- 
'^/zZ — ^ wick and /of/r«//«faj!, ■ ■■ 1795 



Thirty-firit Day's Sale. 

Poetry. 
OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

liOT 

6761 Cotton (Chas.) Poems 1689 

(^ 676a — — — (Nathaniel^ Various Pieces, vol I. 

'791 
^1 6763 Courtenay (John) Juvenile Poems, portrait 

o 6764. Courtier Pleafures of Solitude i8oo 

-^ <^ 6765 Courtney (J ) I'oeiical Epiftles 1704. 

4^ eybb Coward (W.) true Tell of Poetry 1709 

676 7 Cowley (Abraham) Works, 2 voU. fortraiis 



^^ 



J 707 
5^68 ' ' ' by Hurd, 2 vi-K 

J , 177* 

/j<^ 6769 Cowper (Wro.) Poems 1782 

/M^ 6^^o ■ Illuftrated by a feries of Views 

■^^, ^ 1803 



310 Poetry^Stavo. 

Ji 6771 CraQiaw (Rich.) Poetry — — 1757 

J 677 a ■' Steps to the Temple 1670 

/J 6773 Crompton (Hugh) Pierides or the Shepherd's 

Mount 1 — 1658 

/ 6774 Curiofity, or Gentleman's and Ladies Library, 

Tork 

J> 6775 , 

ii, 1638 
^ ^i ^776 Cntts (Lord) Poetical Exercises 1687 

/£ S 6777 Cynthia, with certain Sonnets, r<7r/ 1595 

S tii% Dalrymple (Alex.) extraft from Withers* Juve- 
nilia — — — 1 78 J 

^ 6779 ' (Hugh) Rodondo, or the State Jug- 

lers 1763 

3 4 6780 Daniel (Sam.) Delia and Rofamond augmented, 

Cleopatra 1594 

/ ^ 6781 ' ■ small Poems, with the Tragedie 

of Philotas, and a defence of Ryme 1603-5 

/\4 678a ■ (Rich.) on the Pfalms — x-fiz 

6783 Davenani ( Wm.) Madagafcar, and other Poems 

1648 

/f 6784 Davies (Sir John) Poetical Works 1773 

1 6785) Davies (John) on the Immf^rtality of the Soul, 

y / r - and Hidorical Relations concerning Ireiand 

\ . »733 

678§fDenham (Sir John) Dire&ions to a Painter, 

1667 

^ 6787 ■ Poems and Tranflations 

1709 

I ^ 6788 Denis (Charles) Fab'es 1754 

yv 6789 Dennis|(John) on Poetry, &c. vol. I, t.p. no more 

publiihed — '727 

/7/6790 — "■ ' • ■ - Advancement and Reformation 

of Modem Poetry, mtroecot giit leave* 1 70 r 

/^67gi '■ » Mifcellany Poems 1697 

j^ 6792 i ■ I Britannia Triumphans 1704 

/\/( 6-93 Diarium, or Journal divided into 12 Jornadas in 

Bnrleque Rhyme 1656 

6794 DidUunoarum Pocticum morcecoy gilt leavts 

Parit ap H, otepbani 1.5^0 

j'/^6795 Dodd (William) Thoughts in prifon, portrait 

^/.f. /, 17^9 



P««f)'— Oflavo, 31 » 

^ ^796 Dodd (William) Poera«, portrait 1767 

/^ 6797 Dodfley's CoUeftion of Poems, 6 vol. 1758 

j2 /^ ^ 6^<j/i and Pearch's Poems, 10 vol. hound, 

1768 

f^ 6799 Donne (John) Satyr i66« 

/6800 ——Poems 1719 

/ 6801 ih. 

■24 68c2 — — 1669 

i^68o3 Downmon (Hugh) Poems to Thefpia, Exeter 

179X 
jr<^68o4 Drayton (Mich.) Poems — i6ia 

; <^ ^6805 — 1612 

J? f 6806 —————— Works, 4 vol. 1753 

^, 6807 England Hereoical Epiftle* 

17S8 

//a 6808 DroUory (Grammatical) — 1682 

//^6go9 Druramond (Wm.) Poems — 1656 

/, 6810 ■ portrait '79' 

/^^fiSii Dryden (John) Mifcellany Poems, 6 vol, 1716 

/68ia — — — — — ■ vol. I. ib, 

,S ^6%i^ «— — Year of Wonders 1667 

^ 6814 Duck (Stephen) Poems — I7j6 

7^6815 DufFett ^Thos.) Poems', Songs, &c. 1676 

^ /ttiid Dankin (William) Poetical Works, s vol. Dublin 

1769 

J 6817 Durfey (Thomas) New Opera's Poems, comical 

Stories — • — 17 21 

^ 6818 " New Ballads, ^/7/ i5r<»a;« 171^ 

^^68ig — — Pills to purge Melancholy, 

vol. i — 1719 

/ 68 to Dwight (Timothy) Conqueft of Canaan, flar(/ori 

178; 

/ / 6821 Dyer (John) Poeras 1761, «a»)i/ar//«/ar/ ;a MS 

relating to birrty and original luttr from him to 

Dodjley 

/^ /6822 Echoes from the Sixth Trumpet, imp. in fhe Tear 

LorD baVe M<rCIe Upon Ut 

;jr ^6823 Edinburgh Fugitive Pieces — 1791 

/J68a4 Ekins (J.) Medea and Jafon — 1772 

^^6825 Elegant Extrafts in V^erse — 1791 

/y4^^%'o EUii (John) Surprize, or the Gentleman turned 

/S J Apothecary, /rw»/. '— 1739 



^68*7 Elwood (Thos.) Davideis — tjjz 

M 68a8 Elphinftone (Js.) Education in 4 books 1763 

J 6829 "~~~ Religion, a Poem >754 

/|/2 6830 England's Parnaffus — i6oo 

6831 — ii, 

^ 683* Epictetus, by Walker 1697 

/ 3 ^835 Epigrams, (collection of) lultb mamseript notts, 

1694 

/^ 6834 1735 

/J[ ©8^5 Epitaphs, Ancient and Modern, in 4 parts 

I . 6836) Efprit dc L'Hiftoire de TEurope 1793 

^^ 6837J Evans's Old Ballads, t rol. — 1777 

y, 6?38 Evans (Thomas) Oedipus three Cantoes 165 

//J /^6839 Falconer (Wm.) Shipwreck, with hi» Life, by 

Clarke,/./. — 1804 

^^1/6840 Farrago — — . 173^ 

;^ 6^41 Fawkes (Francis) Poevis and Tranflations 

1761 

6842 FeneloD, Adventares of Telemachas, in blank 

verfe, by J. Yoade, 3 vol, CheSer 1791 

A 6843 Fifher (John) Valley of Llanherne j8oi 

/ 6844 Fitzgerald (Gerald) Poems . 1797 

^6845 — — (Thomas) ditto, /«^/j<5^// by Winthorn 

Oxford I ■j% I 
j 6846 Flatman (Thomas) Pcems and Songs, tortrait, 

\ 1686 
^-^6847 Flacknoe (Rich.) Epigrams -*- \ 167O 

// 6848 — ^ ~ 1673 

/■<ir6849 — . — — .— Mifcdiania i6fj 

f^d^tp — — - — — ^Enigmatical Characters 1665 

/ /6851 Fletcher (Giles) Purple Ifland, &c. 1783 

^ 6852 Floddon (Battle of) 1 1 74 

</^6853 Florence Mifcellany 1785 

4 ^6854 Flower Piece — i"?' 

/ 6855 Flowerdeu (A.) Poems — 1803 

/ ,^6856 Fv>rdyce (James) Poems, /(?f/r<w/ i^85 

/^ 6857 Foundling Hofpital for Wit, 6 vol. 103 1778 

/tS^S - — ■ ■ ' I "— Tol. 3, /"tti* CQfia 

6859 Francis (Ben.) Poems,y?af«-^»«/>^-yVf-^' 1660 
1 1/6860 Free (John) Poems — 17^7 

//. A, 6 



t 



4 



/ 



P:»/rf. —Oflavo. 31 J 

i^€56r Free (John) Poems — — 1757 

/ /i 6&62 Frceth (Jo^n) Political Songfter, /ar/ra// 

-^1 ^6863 Fugitive MifceJlany — — i??* 

J\ ^ 6864 Gahagan Tenjtamen de Arte Critica and Temp'e 

1 of Fame from Pope -^ »747 

J^ 6861; Gallantry A la Mode — — 1674 

3\ 6866 Gallus (Corn.) Elegies on Old Age 1688 

/^^-(^ 6867 Garrick (David) Poetical Works, a vol. 1785 
// 6868 Gay (John) Poems and Plays, Vol. HI. IV. 
^773> ""^^y curiemtngte in FoL 4. at the begrn* 

I i«g 

-684g IV. ih. 

/ 6870 Gent (T.) Poetic Sketches — 180J 

^6871 Gibbons (Thomas) Chriftian Miiiifter 1772 

/^ 6872 GiflFord (W.J Baviad and Maeviad 1800 

6873)Gilbert (Thomas) Poems — — 1747 
6874JGilium (William) Mifcellancous Poems 1787 
6875 Gifborne ( ThomasJ Poems, Sacred and Moral 

6876)Glover (Richard) Leonidas, iSmo. 
// S Ghfgonu 1769 

6877J — — ••----' — rrr-r"-' fortnat 1738 

J 6878 «- Athenaid 3 vol. 178; 

/ ^. 6879 GomerfallfRob.) Poems, with Tragedie of Led. 
Sforza, front. ■ :mr ■ — — 163J 

/ / 6880 ' . -^-1 .^ 

j fronti/pieces, by Ctcit — ^— ii„ 

\A 8881 Gould (Robt.) Works, a vol. — 1709 

^ ^ 683i Grav«s Euphrofyne, i vol. — J 776 

,^6883 Gray's Poems . .. , 1768 

^6884 — ib, 

^6885 1778 

688b with Notes, by Wakefield 1786 

^ 6887 Greene (Edward Barnaby) Poetical tffays 1771 

6888 Griffith (Amyas) Woiks 17&3 

6889 Grub-llreet Memoirs, by Bavius -«*— 1732 
^ 68go Habington (William) Callara,^*^ fi^/j^ 

6891 Hactet(John) Epitaphs, 2 vol. 17^7 

'/i 6892 Haduington (Lord) Poems «• 1737 



//,y^ .4 




SH .?«/(>— Oflavo. 

/ J 6893 Hagthorpefjohn* VifioM of Things 1625 

<^6894 Hallifax (D.) Poetical Works, aocl Life 1716 

f 6895 Hall (John) Poems \ Camb. 1646 

J - 6896 (Jofeph) Satires, in Six Books 

Oxford 1755 

/ 4 6897 (John) Works, 3 ?oI. nviti a MS. Petm, 

at tbe btginiHg — 1795 

/6893 Haller'i Poems, by Mr«. Howorth 1794 

6B99 Hamilton (William) Poems, portrait, 

Edittburgb 1 760 

/6899*Hammon<i Love Elegiet ib. 1759 

/ J 6900 Hardinge (Nicholas; Latin Verfes, nevtr publi- 

Jbedf this was Dr. Johnfon's Copy i-?8o 

^ 6901 Harley (Geo. Davis) Ballad Stories, Sonnets* 

&c. — — — Batb 1799 

i 6902 HaiTop (Edward Atkins; Mifcellaneous Poems 

.'796 
^, 6903 Harte (Walter) Amaranth, or Religions Poems 

I J '767 

I /] 6904 I — II — — ib. 

4' 6905 Harvey (John) Life of Robert Bruce 

Edinburgh 1 768 
-6906 Hawkins (Sir John) Probationary Odes 1786 

/6907 (Wm.) Poems — — Oxfofd 1781 

* 69o8^Haye8 (Daniel) Works, in Verfe 1769 

6go9(Hayley (Wm.) Poetical Works. 3 vol. 

^ Dmbliu 1785 

/f/6910 Headley (Hen.) Beauties of Antient Englifli 

Poetry — — — 1787 

/ 6911 Henley (John) Efther, arowffo J-/// /pai/w 1714 
^ 691 2 Hervey's Meditations, in blank Veife, by New- 
comb, 2 vol. — — — — 1764 

//I/6913 Hewardine (Wm.) Hilaria, or the Feftive Board, 

' portrait • • ■ ^^9^ 

/ 691^ Hewitt (John) Mifcellanies Bri/iol 1717 

'^^ 69 15; Hey wood (Thos.)Plcafant Dialogues and Dram- 

) as — 1^37 

/ 6gi6 Hieracles on the Golden Verfes of Pythagoras 
I Glaf. 1756 
'i^ 6917 Hincheliffe (Wm.) Poems — 1718 



Pfl^/rji— Q^iarto. 315 

y //^€'g\S Hoddesdoii (Jbhn) Sion and Parnaffus, portrait* 
9.fac fimilti Drawing, by George Steevens 

' 1650 

^6919 Hogaei (Gul ) Principis Arflori liber primus a 

Rich, di Blacworus ——— 1^00 

I ^1 6g20 Hogl^ndia ■ '7" 

!/^:<^692i Holborn Drollery, Af5. ////r . 167J 



^t 



QJJARTO. 

1 ^ 6922 Granville, Lord Lanfdowne's Works 1732 

6923 Gray's Odes — Stratwlerry-Hill 1757 

6924. Works with Life, by MaLn, portrait ^ 

ivith matiu/cript, and printed papers ^ index, by 

Coll, &c. -^ — — - 177- 

/ 692; Greville (Faulke) Reflefticn — 1790 

/2, 6926 Habington (Wm.) Caftara — 1634 

f /J^ 6927 Hardyng (John) Chronicle of Englande, b, I. 

I fine copy, rujfta — — 1543 

/J^/j 6928 Harneii (Gab.) Gratulatlonis Valdincnfiuqa 

Land. 1678 

6929]Hayley (Wro.) OccaGonal Epiftles to, by Eyles 

I Irwin — — — 1733 

^930}' " ' Triumph of Mufic 1804. 

(ygyt) Poetical Epiftle to an Eminent 

Painter — — 1778 

^ 6932 Effay on Sculpture 1800 

6633 Heard (Wm.) Sentimental Journey to Bath, Brif- 
tol __, ^ 1778 

6934 Hepwith (John) Calidonian Foreil 1641 

6935 Hefiod, by Chapman 1618 

J" 693- Heywoode (John) Spider and Flie, tun, A. /. 

, imperfeSl 
J 6937 — — — — . Proverbes and Epigrammes 

yja ^933 Higins (John) Fables of Unforronate Ffinccs 
'^37^ Tt "'*^ 



/ 
/ 



Sl6 Poetiym^QaTittq. 

A 6939 Hoccleve (Thoj.) Poems, eUi'.. by Geo. Mafon 

1796 

^6940 Homer's Iliad, by Langley, 1767. by Tremcn* 

trere. Book I. i;^i. bv Alhwick, 8th Book, 

1750. and Scott's Efjay towards a Traii- 

flation of Ditto, in Blank Vcrfe 175' 

^ 6941 Homer Biirlefqucd, by Thomas Bridges 177* 

3 ^694* Horace Odes, tranflated by Sir T. H. 1625 

/^^943 ■wjw'f 

title 
/\/d 6944 — ■■ his Satyres, by Drant. b.l. 1566 

j 6945 ■ Art of i*oetry, by Colman 178? 

/j 6946 Hackeli (J.) Avon, printtd by Bajktrville 1758 

/i^6947 Jalher (the Book of) '■— 17^1 

2 6948 Jeffery (George) Mifcellanies — — 1767 
2.\ 6949 Jerningham Ancient Engliih Wake 1779 

/ -^ ^5950 Jenfcnus Virbius •■' ■ . ■ ■ ' i6*8 

^ <^695i -r 1638 

^\ 6952 Jordan (Thomas) Poetical Vanities 1637 

/ 6953 Julia, or Lad Follies ■■ 1798 

,6654)Juvenal, Ten sod Thirteen Satyrs, by Henry 

// 5 Higden i686 

6955V»"' Satires, by William GifFord, /sr/ra// 

180Z 
^ 6956 Knight (R. P.) Landfcape — — 1794 

^,^69^7 1795 

/l/^6958 — — Pfogrefs of Civil Society 1796 

SL y 6959 Lawyer (Amilia) Salve Deus Rex Ifudaeorpm 

161 1 
/ ^ €960 L^yng and Langhornc's Poems, Manu/crip! natt 

1748 
^ 6c,6i Legend of Capt. 3onei,/ront. — 1648 

/^^6^z Lelandi (Joan.) Cygnea Cantica, &c. 

j LonJoM- I ^46 

/ y| 69^3 LeoHne and Sydaris, an Hercick Romance, by 

Sir Edward Kinafton ■ j(J4i 

2. 6964 LlUi's Prophetical] Hiftory 164a 

jj J 6965 Lithgow <W,) Gu{hi> g Tears of Godly Sorrow 

Edin. 1640 
1^^6966 Lloyd ^E.) Powersof ;he Pen, and other Poems 



/ 



Ps^/rjf— > Qoarto. 317 

X6 ^^9^7 London Artillerie 
/A 6968 London King Chailei his Augufta, or City Roy- 

^ all 1648 

/ ^969 Love (the) of Glory ■■ ■^ 1806 

/\C 6970 Lovely ng*8 Latin and Englilh Poems 1738 

/ 6971 Lucas Poems — ,. ' 1779 

I 697X Lyfe, and Hiftory ofSaytit Worburge> h, I, int' 
printed bj Pyn/on __— _ i;2l 

6973)Macgiloray (John) Pocras ijS^ 

^ ^ oy74(MacphexfGn ( Js.) Fingal md TcfflPfSi i VoL 

^975) Manning (Francis) Poems — — 1752 

l-/pj 0976) Marloe (Chriftopher) Hero and Leander 1609 
y 6977 Maurice (Thos.) Poems . '779 

^6978 — — .~ Elegiae on Sir William Jones 

i '795 

2\ ^919 Merryman (Dofler) or Nothing but Mirth 1637 

J. 6980 MickIe(Wm. Julius) Poemi 1794 

S 69S1 Miller's Milcellaneous Works , 1746 

^1 698Z Middlccon (Chriftopher) HiRorie of Heavea 

i «f96 

1 6983^ Milton (John) Paradife Loft, Boole L 

/ ,' Gla/gaiv 1750 

5984J — --————.—. — —I. .— notes, by Capel 
^ Loft, Book L Burj, 1792. Paripbrafe on 
the firfi Book, 1738 

/ 4 ^985 -''?■■ " — — — -— . firft Book, Lat. and 

£nglifli, by Michael Bold 1736 

A ^\ 6986 ^ ■ — '— — in io books, with 

' pOTtraitiy fine cepj — 1669 

/, /^ 698; — • — — in 12 books, by 

Bentley — — i^jt 

/^ 6988 ————.-— Paradife ^egained^ by Charles 
Dunfter, with portrait, front, and wta^ 

'799 

/^ 6989 — — L'AUegro et le Penferofo, Fr.and 

; I E/ig. _ 1766 

! Jl 6990 Moallakat (the) tranflated by WilHam Jones 

J 1783 

^ 6991 Moore (Edward) Poems, Fables, and Plays 



3'8 



*o*/iry— Quarto. 



/ /t992 More (Hannah) Ode to Df^agon, 1777. Fforio, 

a tale, 1787 
l^ 6993 Madge (Zacbarj'J Effay towards a New Verfion 

ofthePraIm& — 1744 

/f (^99^ Mufsus, the Loves of Hero and Leander, Gr. tt 

Eng. 1797 

//i6g95 Naboih's Vineyard -— 169? 

6996 Naogeorgus (Thomas) Popifh Kingdome, or 



Rmgne of AntichriH, 
b.i. 



by 



^^ 



Barnaoe Googe, 



6997 Narcimi», • Fable from Ovid, tranfiated ii)to 
Englyfti Metre, h. J, — — x^6a 

■/j^6g98 Nautical Odes — — i8oi 

7^6999 Newcomb (Tho.) Poems 1756 

^ 7000 Nofce Teipfum 

/^ 7001 Obfequies to the Memorie of Mr. Edward King, 
! i 1638, in which the Ljcidat ot Milton firft ap» 

j j peared, veryfcarce 

\/A 7O0» OcJando (Chriftopher) Angloruni Prxlia 
j/J^7003 Oxford ^nd Cambridge Verfes, on the Death 
I I of Henry Prince of Wales, 1660. Princefs 

I Mary, 1668. Monck D. of Albemarle, 1670 

I I &c. 1 8 parts 

///^ 7004 Ovid's Metamorphofis, 1 5 Bookes tranflated by 

f I Arthur Golding, b, I. 1575 

/4 7005 Palingenius Zodiake of Life, by Googe, b, /. 
I 1576 

I 7006 Parkhurfti (Johan.) Ludicra, five Epigrammata 

Juveni!ia *573 

//^ 7007 Peacham (Henry) Period of Mourning 1613 
/:^7Co8 Perfiau Literature (Flosvers of) by KouiTeau 

J- /J 7009 Petowc (Henry) Eliza's Fanerall 1603 

j^yi 7010 Fierce Plowman (The Vifion of) b. t. imprinttd 

by Cronvleyt 1550* /" Mannjeript nott by Mr. 

i I ■■ Retd 

, /\4joh Pietaset Gratalatio Coll. Cant, apud Novangles 



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Poetry, 
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7012 JriOLLWAY (William) PeafantsFate,//-**^ 

1 802 
/C 'joii Homer a la Mode — — Oxford 1665 

7014 — *^» 



y 7015 •— — — Iliad Difcourfe on, by Theobald, 1714. 
Do. byFiddes — — 1714 
^ 7016 — Batracomyomecbia, fr* and Eng* by Co- 
hen : — 1797 

/'^70i7 — (Trafts on) by Kedington, fire. 175^, 

fee note by Mr. Reed 

J /f 7018 — Tiaveftie, a vol. — — 1767 

J? V 7°'*> ^"^ Virgil not to be compared with the 

" I two Arthur's — — — 1700 

J\ 7020 • -— • 

I /*• 

/ IGZi Horace Odes and Epodes, by Henry Rider 

i 'H^ 

J, 7012 ■ "— with 

Tr, of Nero — — — 1644 

^ ^ 7023 — — the bell of Ly rick Poets, by Barten Holy- 
day — • 1653 

y024 — — his Lyrics — — — — 165^ 



/ // ^ 



320 ' PeeSry.-^O&.ZVO. 

\ /'/rl^^S Horace Oues and Satyrs — — 171/ 

y' 7026 — . — — Epodes. and Carmen Seculare 

^7027 . lb, 

. 702ijy — — — Art of Poetry, by Henry Ames 1727 
7029^— — — . linglifhed by Creech, /or/rflf> 17 K 

2 ^ 7030 — — — Latin and Englifh by Ditto, z vol. 1718 
/ 7031 — — — by Hanwaj .. ■ . 1730 

/ 7031 — — — Towers, t vol, — »» i7f4 

^ 7033 — — --— Huid, 2 vol. ■ r, 1767 

S 7034 — ? VCr|. . —4. J 766 

,y'703 5)——— Smart, Vol. II i8mo. 1656 

7036) — — Dttncombc. t vol. -^ 1757 

// T^%1 — —— — Francis, 4 vol. — . 1765 

^ 7038 — — — Imitations of, by Neville 175^ 

^7039 Hopkins (Charles) Epiftolary Poetos 1684 

/ 7040 Howard (Edward) Britilli Princes 1669 

2 7041 — — — -— — — A. 

^ 7042 — ■«— (Sir Robt.) Poems i66o 

2 7043 i69& 

^ 7044 ■ ■ (Nathaniel) Bickleigh VtAetfrant. 

I T»rk 1804 

2\ J 7^45 Howcl (Jame&) Poems, itByt/te Mr, Reed$ utu to 
it at mtry /carte 
7^7046 Herbert (Life of )/rfl«/. — — 1795 

7047 — ' — (Richard) Life and Death of Edward II. 
xbi^, /tt note * 

^\ 7048 — — — (K.) Hidorie of Edward II. portrait 

I i6jgf 

^ /7049 Huddesford (George) Poems, t vol. j8oi 

/ /il^S^ Hudibrafs (the Dotch) 1674 

ii^'jo^i Hudfon'e Poems Ntiotafih u^nTjnt 165 a 

:2\i>7052 Hughes (John) Poem8,2vol. — 172^ 

^ 7053 Hume (J.) Poems — — — 1719 

//j /jT^b\ Honnis (Wilhara) Seven Sobs oi a SorrowfoU 

Soule for Sinoe ■■ 1615 

^05$ Hunt (J. H L) Juvenilia, /roi)/. 1801 

70^6 Hulbands (j.) Mifcellany of Poems 

Oxford 1731 
7057 Hutton (Henry) Follie's Anatomie, or Satyres 
.," ' ^ / and Satyricall Epigrams, rare 1619 



/ 



1058 Hyftorie of the Famous Princes of the World, 
'J '^ I " > Afitanax and Poiiitena, and the Worthle Hy- 
■\ j ftorie of the moft Noble and Valiauni P/^- 
Jitiaf, gathered in Englifti Verfe, by John 
Fattridge, ^. /, improved by Hi?try Denbaa 
I 1566 

^1 70J9 James (Charles) Poems, 2 \o\. portrait 1789 

/^^ 7060 the Firft, King of Scotland, Poetical Re- 
mains, with Life, by Wm. T y tier, portrait 

Editt. 178$ 
/</7o6i Idea of Chridian Love — 16SS 

7062} Jefferfon's Poems — .«» — 1773 

V 7o63)Jenkj'n (Patheticke) Amorea, or Loft Lover 

i66f 

^ <^ 7064 — — — dt" 

Jtdinje — — ii,^ 

^A 4 7065 Jennyngs (Soame) Poems,yf/;/9 edit. 

/j\ 7066 ——■—■■■■'— — »— — 4 vol, portrait t/QO 

! 7067 JohnfoD (Samui^l) edition of the Eiiglifh Poets, 

75 vol. ' ••• — — — ' J790 

/ 7068 — — — — — - Lives of the Poets, in 8vo. 

(proof Ihects to) with MS. corrt&ioni hy A/r, 

Reed 

7069 — — — 4. vo*. interleaved with MS. addiiiens, by 

Mr. Reed — — — — 1779 

J^ 7070 Jones (Mary) Poems — — Oxford 1750 

J ^707 1 — — (Sit William) Poems from the AlJatick 

ii. i77» 

^ 7072 — — (T.) Poems, with Phantotrs, or the Irifti. 

man in England, /"««/. — -~ i8oj 

J^t^7073 Jonfon (Ben) Poems — ^ 1672 

A 7074 Jordan (Tho.) Rofary of Ra/ities 
/^ /j 7075 J———— Pjftures of Paffions, &c. 
/ ^7^7^ V.o\i. (Agoflino) Pieces from the Italian Foers 

Cum. 1784 
X 7077 Juvenal and Perfio*, by Dryden, iSmo. 1713 
^ 7078 Satyrs, by Stapylion,//o«/ and portrait 

^^7079 Kape'ion, or Political Ordinary 

/ 7CB0 Kendal (Wm.) Poems 1795 

3 7C81 Keniiftt (Bafil; Lives of the Grecian Pcet?, /ir- 



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7095 
7096 
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7098 
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PiX/r/.— Octavo. 

Kenrick (Wm.) Poems — — 1770 

Kidgell (John) Original Fables, z vol, in 1 cut% 

1765 
Kirkpa trick (J.) Sea Piece, a poem 1750 

LachrymjE Mufarum, the Tears of the Mufes, 

in Elegies on the Death of Henry'Ld. Haf* 

tings, /ro«/. rart — ««--. 1650 

Lanfdowne (Lord) Works, 3 vol. '73^ 

Leapor (MrR,) Poems — — 1748 

Legend of Captain .Tooei, /ro«/. nuith "portrait 
Leflie (John) Killarn^y — Dublin 1772 

Lefly (George) Divine Dialogocs 1684 

Letters from an Engli(h Traveller in Spain, on 

the Origin and Progref» of Poetry, portrait 

1781 
Leveridge*s Colleftion of Songs 17*7 

Lewis (D.) Mifceilaneous Poems 1726 

Life of Edward II. /fsff/. — — 17 si 
Lindfay (Sir David' Works, b. /. Qla/gt'w 1689 
Llewellyn Men Miracle. — 1650 

— tb' 

Lloyd and Charles Lamb, Blank Verfe 1798 
(Kobt.) Poetical Works, 2 vol. fee MSS, 

notf at the beginning of vol. I *774 

Love (James) Poems — Edin, 1754 

Lovelace (Rich ) Lucafta — 1659 

— — front, i^i9 

Loviband (Edw.) Poems — 1785 

Lucan, engiilhed by M^y^ffgnti/piect by Hulfius 

1627 
ih. 



continued till the Death of Cxfar 
by Rowe, 2 vol. 



Luck (R ) Poems — — — 



Lucretius, by Evelyn — — 

traufiated by Creech, 2 vol. 

Lytclton (George Lord) Poetical Works 
Mncpherion, the Highlander, a Poem, 
jZt/te Mr, Ret J* I M$. note 



1631 
,1657 

»75' 

^793 

'733 
1657 

1714 

I70fe 



Po^/rj*."— Oclavo* 023 

f\ 7115 Mallet (David) Works, 3 vol. — 1759 

^ 7116 Vfailove (Edward) Divine Contentment 1667 

1^7117 Ma iners of the Age, in Thirteen Satires 1733 

1^71x8 Map..aeus tranflated by J. Ellis 1758 

^"jtig Margate Guide — — 1797 

7120 Mrruil, Epigrams, by W. Hay 1755 

7121 Mafon (Wm.) Poems — — 1764 

7122 - — Englilh Garden, 1783. on Gar- 
dening, 1768 

^ 7 !23 Mathias (Thomas James) Odes 1 798 

^71.4 Maurice (Thomas) Poems, Epiflolary, &c. 1800 

71 j^ May (T.y Reigne of Henry II. 1633 

7126 May (Thos.) Poems, Hiniey^ and King Asa, z 
vol. 

7127 May ne r John) Glafgow, a Poem 1803 
^ 7128 Medea and Jafon, by J.likins — 1771 

7129 Meditations — ' — — J750 

7130 Mendez (Moses) Colleftion of Poetry 1767 

7131 Menins (J.) Mufes Recreation 1655 
7J32 Merry Mufician •— -^ 1716 

^ ^ l^il Fellow — — 1754 

^1^7' 34 Metiftafio, by John Hoole, 2 vol. 1 767 

^^7135 Mickle (W. J.) Poetical Works 1806 

7136 Mills (Harvey) Bagatelles — 1767 

^7137 Miiton (John) Faradife Loft, ia/. &£/if. Book 
I ft. -r — — 1702 

/J ^ 713S plates and portrait t, 

(71 1, and Regained, z vol. 1713 

— 713 ^ ■ n/} site A, 7 of 

^ /^7i40 —— ParadifeLpft, cuts 1707 

y /7141 — — ' Regained 1771 

714J ' Glafgonu I'j^z 

71^3 . Poetical Works,! vol. £^/>r^.» 75 5 

•71^^ ■■— : by Newton, 4 

vol. plates with Additions, and MS, notes, 
by Reed 1757 

7145 t ' —• ! by H. J. Todd, 

large paper, 6 vol, i8oi 

7146 — ! — — ^ >• — — • 1645 

— I ihf 



4_7'47 



U u 



5«4 



P«*/ry— Odavo. 



7148 Milton (John) Poems by T. Wharton 
7,49 ■ 



A 7'5* 



/ 

/ 



/ 



7153. 

7 '54 



1786 

— 179* 

,7^8 

Remarks on Paradife Loft, by Mancy 

1761 

a. 



7*55 
7156^ 



i^^7'59 
^ 7160 



_ i — _ by Paterfon 

V44 

Confiderations on his Early Reading, 

by Charles Dunfter 1800 

Paraphrafis Foetica autore, G 

I Hogaeo — — -' 1690 

7 '57)— ■ '■ Trafts on, by Benfon, Lauder, 

/ Richardfon, Meadowcouit, Pouglas, &c. z 
vol. 

DeleAus Audlorum Sacrorum a Laudero 

2 torn. — 1753 

Life of by Dr.Johfifon, Elackbornes Re- 



marks on Ditto 

Life of, by Toland 



7161 Minor (Lawrence) Poem* 
/|^7i6z Mitchell (Jofeph) Poems, 2 vol. 

^7163 Monk (Mri.j Poems — 

/ (^ 7164. Montague (Lady Mary) Poetical Work* 
yj 7165 McDtgcmery (Alexander; Poetical Works 
/^7i66 Moore (James) Columbiad — 

J 7167 More (Henry) Poems — 

/ 7168 Klorrice (Bezaleel) Mifcellanies in Verfe and 
\ profe 

1^7169 Mufas Britannicae •— 171 1 

j\ 7170 MufesMirrour, 2 vol. in I — 1788 



1700 
1761 

»795 

1716 
1768 

'754 

>79» 
1647 



y 



QUARTO. 



jy\^ 7171 Foiems, fingle, viz. The Diaboliad, by Mr. 
Combe, 1777, and iz other by the fame 
Author 

GeddcE Ver Vert, or the Par- 
rot of Ne vers, 1793 & a large parcel poetical 




Pet/rji^Qusitio, 



i^i 



5l T 



7 






73 

74 

75 
76 

77 
78 

79 

80 
81 
8z 

83 
84 

85 
86 

87 
l88 

t89 



/ 7*90 



71 
7 
7 
7 

71 

/jV 

/jV 

/!/7 

i' ^7 

-^1 7 



Poems, fingle, viz. Smith (Charlotte) Elegie 
Sonnets, 1786, and a parcel Do. 

Epiftle of Paul the Parfon 

to the Romans, 1716, and a parcel Ditto 

1771 
■ The Caledonian Heroine, 



and a parcel Do. 
and a Parcel Do. 



Weft Indian Eclogues, 1 787^ 
Amufemcnt, by Henry 



James Pye, 1790. and a parcel Do. 

The Force of Preaching. 



or St. John in the Defart, 1745* and a par- 
cel Do. 

Fables for Grown Gen- 



tlemen, 1770, and a parcel Do. 

The Diaboliad, by Mr. 

Combe, 1777, and a parcel Do. 

. — Fables for Grown Gen- 
tlemen, 1 770, and a parcel Do. 

Manners of Paphos, 1777 



and a parcel of Do. 

-. Sir Eld red of the Bower 



1776, and Do. 



Solitaire, and Tio. 



Alcnzo, or the Youthful 

byjas. Woodhoufe 1588 

Purfuits of Literature, 
1794, and a parcel Do. 

Solomon's Song, by 



and Do. 



Hodgfon, 1786. Evelina, a Sacred Elegy, 
1774. Humanity, 1788 

An Elegiac Poem Sacred 



to the Memory of Sit WiHiain Jones, 1795* 
and a parcel Do. 

Ode to the Genius of the 



Lakes, 1780. Anna and Edgar, by Mrs. 
Inglis, 1781, & the Maid of Arragon, by 
Mrs. Cowley, 1780 

Amana, a Dramatic Poem» & 



'• //. 4 



1764, and a parcel political 



/ 






//7'96 



7»97 



3 

7 



7 






3*6 

7»9* 

.^7»93 

.7»94 

7«95 



Portrjr.-^Qaarto, 

Poems, fingle, viz. Hayley's Occafiona! Stanza* 

1 788, and a parcel ditto 
Bagley, a Defcriptivc Poem, 

OAf/%r</ I 777, and ditto 
— Gray's Ode«, ^traiuherry- 

^'^^ ' 757» 3od 9 by and relative to 
— — — ■ Pope (Alex.)Supremacy,&c. 

examined, frottti/pitce 1729, and a parcel 

ditto 



7198 

7199 

/^720O 

7201 
7202 

7203 



^7204 
7205 



'■■ — Ancient Rome and Modern 

Britain compared, 8 copies 1793 

Louifa, a Poetical Novel 



1792. Llangollen Vale 1796, and Original 
Sonnets 1799, by Mifs Seward 

Poems by Lipfcomb 1784. 



Jacobinifm, a Poem i8ci. Triumphs of Po. 

etry, by Hubbard 1803. Sotheby's Poems 

1790 and 5 other 
Sir Thomas Mount 1774, and 5 other 

by Eyles Irwin 
—- by Peter Pindar (13) 
Hermit of Warkworth 1771, and a parcel 

poetical 

Ode to the Genius of the Lakes, by W. 




Cockin, and a parcel ditto 
-—The Diftreffed Poets, by Keate 1787, and 

7 other 
— — New Book of the Dmiciad, by Dr.Dodd 

i7;o. The old Woman's Ditto, by Ken> 

rick 1755 
— . Golden Age from Virgil 1703, and 5 

other relative to Horace, ^c. 
Warton^Tho.) 5 Palloral Eclogues 1745. 

Anftey's Eleflion Ball, front. 1776. Pye's 

Carmen Seculare 1800, &c. 

Hardykute Gla/goiu, 1748, and a parcel 

poetical 

Academie, or the Humours of Oxford 



1691, and ditto 
— — — to the memory of Waller 1688, and a 
p;ircel ditto 



P*^f/>"— Quarto. 



3«7 



^7210 

2} 72 1 1 

6 61^^^ 



6 
6 



71 1 3 — 



4 7215 

7216 



Poems, Young Rofciad 180J, and a parcel 

ditto 
— i — — Hack wood Park 1765. Clito 1702. 

Verdifts of the learned 1697 
— Mandeville's yEfop dreffed 1704. Ty- 

phon, or Wars of the Giants 1704. in on€ 

vol. 
— - - fingfe, Wit and Loyalty Revived i682« 

The reftored Maidenhead 1691. Midfuramer 

Moon 682. and a parcel political 
er-r . War Horns make room for the Bucks 

with green bowes 1682, and 12 fatyrical 

ditto 

Elegieon the Death of Geo. Pitt 1658, 



Moonfhine 1682, and a parcel ditto 

Battle of the Genii 1765, and a large par- 




jT 



7221 






r.^ . 



ce] political 
.— Barley Breake, or a Warning for Wan- 
tons by W. N. defeSive 1607. 1 he Parlia- 
ment Lotarie 1647. Turn over and read 
1642 Vifion of Henry VII. 163T5. Legend 
of D. Humphrey, and 5 other 
-— Nicoduno Trinainae Speculum Poeticum 
165a. Abfolem and Achitophel, carmina. 
Lat. Oxon, i68a, and 7 other in 1 vol. 

Effay on Poetry 1682. Seneca's Troas 

1686, and 13 other in i vol. 

Original on feveral occalions by C, R, 
1769 

Norden (Jo) Labyrinth of Man's Life 
>624. Chloris, or the Complaint of the /a/^ 

Jionate de/pi/ed Shepherd^ by Wm, Smith 1596. 
Loculla vei Pietas Jefuitica, Lfoline 8c Sydanit 
by Sir Francis Kynafton 1646. Satyrs and 
Elegies, from Arioilo 161 1, bound in i vol. 
Russia, Jine copy 

— — Sandys (Geo.) on the Song of Solomon 
i64r. The Pope's Advice to his fons 1678. 
The Pfote6\or 1655, and 30 other in one 

vol, 

— — Young (Edward) on Job 1719. Col- 
leAioa of the newefl Poems, Satyrs. Songs 



s 
/J 



> ytt ' Ptf^/ff .— Qaart©, 

againft popery i68g. The Polplt Fool 1707* 

Iter Lufitanium, or the Portugal Voyage, 

with Lift of Contents, in the hatid-ioriiiMg of 

Jlex. Pop€ 
^azj Poems, AlciIIa Pigmalioos loving folly. Love 

of Arms and Laura. Epigrammes by Sir J. 

H. 1628. Thoiras Bancroft two Books of 

Epigrams and Epitaphs 1639, 
^ 7224 The Poet, by Stockdale 1773. Poetica 

excurfion in the Ifle of Wight 1777. "^^^ 

Traveller 1778, &c, in 1 vol. 
^125)- ■ The Chace, by Somervile 1735. Satires 

I of Perfiuc, 6 parts, &c. in i vol, 
7226) with a Dramatic Entertainment b/ Mrs. 

Fenny 
•7217 Saint Peter's Complaint, with othen 

. »595 
71*8 ■! by Henry Jones Ththlin 1756 

// 7**9 ■ Wen fley Dale 177 T.Verbelia or Wharf- 

dale, York 1782. Viator or Journey from 
London to Scarborongh 1^782. Northern 
Tour, E flay on Halifax 1761. Humours of 
' Harrogate 1763, &c,relative to Yorkfliiie, ia 

I vol. 
/ ^ 7*30 » Ode by Samuel Johnfon to Mrs Thrale 

1784. Epiftle to James Boswell 1790. Bozzy 
and Piozzi 1786, and feverol other relative 
to Dr. Johnfon, with n burU/que print , i\XT^ 
pofed to be defigned by G. Steevens 

/* ^7*3* • Callimachuj, by Dodd 1755. The Sugar 

Cane by Grainger 1764. Banifliment of 
Cicero by Cumberland 1761, Eledtra by 
Shirley 1765. Telemachus by Graham 1763, 
Gray's Odes, Strawberty Htll 1757, "^^ ^ 
Other in i vol. 

/^ 7232 — by Samuel Wefley.on feveral occafions, 

1736. Thomas Blackbook »756, with MS. 
letter from David Hume to Mr. Dodfley. 
Poems by the Rev. Mf. Canthorne I77i,wiih 
MS. Letter from him to Mr. Dodfley in 1 
vol. 



T 



r 



Pw/ry.— Quarto. 319 

y^/^^-agg —Browne de Anlmi Immortalitate i7;4,& 

4 Tranflations by Hay, Gray, Granville and 
j Byrom, Fribleriad, by Garrick 1761. Two 

! Paftoral Eulogies by Thomas Warlon 1745, 

and 33 other in 1 vol, 

J y^: 7234 — Heroic Epiftle to Sir Wm, Chambers 

1773, with his Differtation on Oriental Gar- 
dening, /roi/. by Bartolozzi 1772. Travellers 
and Defertcd Village by Goldsmith. The 
Minftrell by Dr. Beattie 1771.' St. Martya 
by Mickle 1777. The prieft diflected, by 
Chrift. Anfty 1774. Note, this Pamphlet 
may be efteemed a curiosity, as the puh/tcai ion 
of it wis/uppresjeJ by the Author, on finding 
that he was millaken in the Peemj he hady^> 
tyrized, and 10 other in i vol, 
7235 Poeta de Triflibus, or the Poet's Com- 
plaint 1682, and 13 other by Dry den, in i 
vol. 
j§^]yJ'^/7236 ' St. Peter's Complaint, and other Poems, 
Marie Magdalen's Funerall Tear 1609 in i 
vol. 
7237 •— — Abfolem and Achitophel, the Medall, 
&c. by Dryden 1682. The Hind and Pan- 
ther 1687, Auctio Davisio Oxonii Nabita 
1689. The EpheHan Matron 1793 in 2 vol. 
,7238^Pope (Alex.) Dunciad — 1729 

'^7Z39?Popc (A.) excerpta quaedam Lat. redidit, per 

^ Kirkpatrick '749 

9 7240 Porfon (Rich.) Eloifa en Difhabille i8or 

/ 7241 Pratt, Bread or the Poor, with notes ib, 

/ /f 7242 Psalms of David, ^. A 1534 

j^ 7243 — — (firft fifteen) by Dr. Gibbs; 

!^J//7244 Psyche, in Imitation of Spencer, 10 copies 
folded 
^ f'' 7245 Puttenham's Art of Poetry, /;V/^'u;/7«//»^ 

/2\ 724^ ^y* (^* ^*) Commentary illullrating ihe Poetry 
I of Ariftotle I 1792 

,/7247 Pje (J, W, Naacratia,or Naval Dominions yra«/ 

/A/J. A . '793 



8\ 



S$o ^ Pgefty—QuATto, 

j\ 7248 Quarles (Fran.) Hiftorie of Sampfon '63? 

! 7249^Rayaor (William) Mifcellaiiies, Ipswich i-jbf 

725oJRidIey (Gloller) Melampus, with notes 1781 

y 7251 _ ' ■ • ii. 



^ 



Thirty-third Day's Sale, 

Poeiry, 



OCTAVO ET INFRA. 



tOT 

^725* 



EEDLER (H.) Works — 1724 

/ 7 25}) Neville (Tho,) Imitations of Juvepal and Per. 

} / fius 1769 

i 7254!' •■: '*• 

j 7«55J— ~ Georgics of Virgil 1767 

,^ 7250 Newburgh (Thomas) Eflays Moral and Critical 

i '769 

i/J/ 7257 Nicholls (J.) Collefljon of Poems, 8 vol. 1780 
I 1^7258 Nichol (Alex.) Poems, Edinburgh 1766 

7259)Oc1and ,Chrill.) Anglorum Prajlia 1758 

7 260J Odes on peace and war - ■ 179J 

7261 Ogilvie (John) Poems, ? vol. 1769 

7»62 Oldham (John) Compofition in Profc and Verse 

3 vol. '770 

^7263 OlUifworth Loyal Mourner 171 



Pettry. —O&iyo, 33t 

/ 7«64 Oppian Halleutlcks, or the Nature of Fiftips, 

Oxford 1 72 2 

/726?)Otway Sylvefter) Poems 1789 

, 7266jOvid Heroids, by James Ewen 

^ ^7267 Eirgies oy v . Marlow, Middleburgh 

<r7268 Falh by Malfey — 1757 

/ ^7269 Feitivals, or Romance Callendar by John 

Gower — — 1640 

^7*70 ib,. 

^ 7271 ' ' Banquet —. 1639 

/2 7*72 Epillles by George Turbervi;le, b. I. 

/■yzjd ——Join; Sherburne 1659 

7274] — -" — — — 1680 

^ ^7275 Ovid Art of Love 

^ 7276 — — — — — ^— . — - ^677 

-^7277 — «709 

^ 7278 — — '7^9 

^7279 —————Paraphrased 1747 

^ 7280 MetamorphofeS, by Garth, 2 vol. j>Iatei 

I7JI- 
^ 7281 Owen (Wil.) on the Welch Bards, wijtU 
2. 7282 (John) Epigraiamatum Amft, Elzeuir 

^ -7283 ■— — Epigrams — 1677 

/' /^7a?4 Oxford Sausage — 1777 

j^\ 7285 Veries — 1751 

,^1/7286 Palingenius (Marcellus) Zodiac of I^ife, b. /. 

[ travjlated by Bafnaby Googe Ij6o 

^ 7287 — - " '■■ ■ ' . ■ .1. b. I. by 

H. D'.Tiham 1565 

/j^7283 Park (Thomas) Sonnets atnd other Poems 1797 
J 7289 Parnaflus (the Shrubs of) , — i^6o 

1/7290 Parfoiis (Wm.) Pocaas 1787 

^^7291 Patch Work or the Comprehenfion in four Can- 

! tos 

/ 7292 PaitiTon (William) Poetical Works, 2 vol 

J7i8 

/.' 7293 •; " /"*. 

^ 7294 Pearch's CoUeflion of Poems, 4 vo| i yol. imper* 

V — ' M — 1768 

Xx 



/ 



33 » Po^/rjr— OSayo. 

A^/72g^ Penn (Robt.) Poetical Works, 2 vd. n(j^ 

V 72(,6 Pennewick (Alexander) Streams from Helicot^ 

7^07 Percy (Pr.) Sorg of Solomon — 176^ * 

7298 — Fiv(» Pieces of Runic Po«try, 1763 

7251^ •— ~ Relicks and Ancleoi ilngliftv Po- 

etry, ^ vol. — i79f 

^300 Pcrfedl iW.) the Laurel Wreath, z vol in 1, 

1700 

7301 . ■■ ' Poetical Effufiom 1796 

/ 7302 Periiu- by W. Driimmond — 1799 

//73«3 T. Sheridan — 17^,9 

/^^3"4 ^ Barten Holyday r— 1635 

■f /is '}"-— Satires o IV imitated *779 

73o6)P''rarch S inneif. and OJes -r ' >777 

J 7307JFhiilip8 ^Katherme) Poems — 1710 

^ 7308/ (Ambrol'e) Pallorals —- 1748 

,^ 7309 ■■' (Kdward) Theatrum Poctarum 1670 

/7310 - " ■ ■ ■■ (John) Poems 176* 

7311 I - Cyder, by Chailes Dunfter 

I nqi 

j\ 7git (Edwarii) Theatrum Poetarum 1660 

'4<^73'3 I'^iloii.el a Colleftion of Englifli Songs 1744 

'' ;r 73'4 Pieces of Antient Englilh Poefie ^ 764 

yJ/^73'5 Filkngton (Matt ) Poems, morocco, gi/t Uaves, 

1 Dublin 1730 

/j^73i6 Pindar Odes, by Jameb Banifter 1791 

^^73^7 ~~ Gilbert Wefl, a vol. 1753 

I ^7318 Pinkerton Rimes 1781 

. ^73»9 '*• 

/ 7320 — - -eleft Scottifti Ballads, « vol. 1783 

j2, 73*1 Pifcatory Eclogue, by Flftcher 1771, and Mofes 
Browne — — 1773 

/ 7322 ~— —Fletcher .7-^ 1771 

y 7323 Plantagenet's Tragical Story cf the Death of 
Edward IV, — — 1649 

7324 Poetic Trifles -» *790 

732;^ Poems, Maniage 1738, and 4 other 



- ^VJ 



73ZO 



1764 
1766 



by Sam. Derrick I765» Mifs Whateley 
Patriotism 17C5, by J, Woodhoulc 



Poefry'-Oda.vo, 333 

y, *j J27 Poems, Mifcellaneous, by feveral tfands, 2 vol. 
, ., • - . 1730 

^ Jrjag ■. by Samuel Bowden I7>S5, and Myle* 

Cooper 1761 

-? /i^73»9 '^y Pearch, vol. II. — J 7* 

^ 7330 Se'eft 1 7 75 

^^yjji .1 by Jerningham 1767. Union Oxford 

Savage 
y, 7332 I Orlgiilal — — iSoi 

^7j3j; . . Virtue the Source of pleafure, &c.. 

jpi 7jj^ Univeife, the Deity 1739. Ogle on 

' Happinef , &c. I7j8 

^2 V JSJii •'" Elfrkla '75?. Pleafares of Tmagina- 

tion 1744- CE-onomy of Love, &c. 1736 

^^7336 — Windfor Foreft 1708, 1720, &c. 

^ yg^7 by Dr. Marriott 1760. Whatel y 1764 

^,/73 3^ ■ 'by Hoghes 1737. Triumph of Love, 

17^7, &C' 

^/7339 New Bath Guide 1766. The Shipwreck 

1764, &c. 
^7340 -^ — -^ Mifcellaneous — t7*4 

/7341 Cyder 1708. The Apparition, &c. 

7342 _— Village Curate 1788. Ad-iano 1790 
^7343 — ^ Ariodo's Satir.'s 1759. AriUaneta's 1771. 
Medea and Jafon 77 ?, Sec. 

^7344 Rich J^go 1784, by Jofeph Giles 1771 

Collection of — ^- '089 



7345 






^7346 the Loyal Mourner' 1716. Pricfr's Poems 

-j^/7347 Paftorals of Pumef 1717. ^^'P ^t 

Ba'tle i69«. Steeleids 1714. Stinking Fiih, 
&c. 
^^348 — ; — _ Judith 1733. Song of Three Children 
1728. &c. 

/ 7349 ^*^y Collier 1762, by J. BennCt 1774, 

I by Byant 1787 

/7350 on the Conflagration 1720 Defcriptioa 

ofHogland 1709, and i?. other 

^351 Foundling Hofpital for Wit and Abufe 

in Livery i73«, &c. 



^ 



A 



^9 



1J4 P^ttrj-'^Sttivq, 

7352 Poems, Mifcellaneous ■■ ■ ■ '740 

^ 7353 ^y ^' Headley 1786 

^tl3S4 ■■• ■ '* ^^^ Cherry and the Sloe 1751, Frag- 
ment* of Ancient Poetry 1760 
^7355 ■ . " ' byRicli. Crafhaw 1670. By J. Milton» 
167?. The Wonders of the Peak 1678 

— by Anthony Pafquin 2 vol^ 

— A Tale 1685 

and Ballads 

Crafhaws 



^7351 

?358 

^ 7559 

/ ?3^2 
7363 



- — by Eminent Ladles, 1 vol. 

Durfey'a Songs, z parts 

Poems ■ 

— Turkifli Tale 



1670 
Vernons Glory, 



7364 

^ 

^ 736? 
7366 



1770 
parts 1 740, New Miniitry 3 parts 

Sacred, 1751, &c. 

— — Songs at Court and in the Theatres 
1675. l^itto 1673. Tory Pills 1715. Mug- 
houfe Diverfion 1717 

Epiftle to the Chevalier 1717. Proteftant 



Popery 1718, &c. 
— — on feveialoccafions 

Reigne of Edvvard III. 1635, 



1710 
Battailes 



y 7368 

^^7369 

f 7370 



/ 



2- 

% 



/^. 



7371 
^787* 
73-'3 
7374 
?375 

7376 



7377 
7378 
M 7879 



7- 



of Crefl'ey 16331 Hiftory of Henry Vll./ar- 
trait 1638 
■I Ancient ScottiOi, 2 vol. . 1786 

■ ■ — by Dodfley, &c. 7 vol. 1/lsAe.els 

■ Oxford and Cambridge 

the Grove 1721. The Petticoat 1716, 

&c. in 3 vol. 

Jovial — — 1682 

Delights of the Mafe» — 1738 

■ I ■ — State, 2 vol. ■ 1697 

Mifcellaneous i6g« 

—> by Gentlemen of Devonihire, & Cora- 

wall,2 vol. ■ ■ — 1792 

.i— — containing John the Baptift 1795. Sir 

Malcolm and Alia 

— on feveral occafions ■ 1696 

^ Mifcellaneous 1685 

— — — Tower 01' Babel 171 8. Court Poems 

1717, Bealis in Power — 1709 



Tottry — O£lav0. jjj 

I .1 7380 — Beauty and Virttie 17 6. Songs and 

' • Sonettes, by Henry Haward, late Earl 6f 

I I Surrey 17' "• ^c, 

I ^<{^73?' ~" MifceJlaneous, 13 in 1 vol. 

^^738*- --;; »79o 

I / 7?^3 • Military 1716 

^7584 Sacred and Mo-al, on the Deity 1789 

^ 7385 — or Epigrams, Satyrs, Elegies, and Son- 
nets i6{8 

^^7386 — and Songs, a new Colledlion 1674 

4 7387 State Songs 1716 

J ^ 73^^ ^y Jerningham, Potter, Pye,and Shaw, 

I '767* «774» and .•77& 

/I/ 73^9 " ■ relative to State Affdirs ^705 

j^ 7390 — — — Vifions in Verfe WSS* The Angiers 
by Scolt 1758. Grave oy Blair 176:, and 
Cooper's Poems 1764 
a!^ 73gi ■ — by Pope and Wycherly 

"a 739* ""■ Garth's Difpensary and ; other 

j^ 7393 ■"" Cadenus and Vanefa, and 7 other 

/ ^ 7394 "*■ Brufiad I76q. Chriltiad 1771 

/>^7395 — Colledlion of Scots 1766 

^ ^ 739^ ^y J* Hawkins Browne and Michi \ 

/; Wodhull vrith //«?«, fee note, a few co pica \ 

only printed, none for fale, the plates de- 
1 I [ figned by Sterne 

yl^7397 ' — Battle of the Sexes 1723. Mandragora 
' 1718. Mufcipula I 709, and 6 other 

/ 6 739^ ^^ ^y James Beattie 1760, Minftrell by T. 

Warton 177^, by W. Smythe 1785 

-?- 7399 "~ "" various Subjects by T. Ssdier \« 

/ (^ 7400 — — several Occafions, a yoL 1730 and 

• »740 

/ ^ 7401 ■ Mifcellaneous 1712 

7^oz — ■■ ■ ■ a piteous pVatforme of an cppreffed 

': niynde, b. /, Paflions of the Spirit 1 5rg. 

1 Buflokar of the Paffion of our Saviour, 

! i6in, &c, 

o\ 7403 — — .— finale, Horace of the Art of Poetry 173; 

and '5 other relative to Horace 

/Z. 740^4 — — ^ Merry Thoughts, or the Gtafs 

^1"*"^ Window and Bog Houfe Mifcetlany, and 4 



/ 



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7405 Poems, fingle, Selcft Scotch Poems, ij^77, Se §' 
other 

J~ 7406 — — — — — Aiiofto's Satires, J759, and ij 
other 

//^7407 0'«^ Maids Fortune, 1727, & 33 

other 

V 7408 — - Irifli Hudibrafs, 1758, and Six 

n other 

/Jf^24pg — — — Battle of the Nile, 1795* and 3J 

other 

'J 7410 ■ " by Wm. Rumble, 1765, and 5 

other 

7411—— Qjiiarles Kingly Meeting, 1649, & 

48 other ^ 

7412 — vDelidac Poeticae* 1706, and 49 

other 

7^,3 _- Pieces of Familiar Poetry, 17 89, & 

31 other 

7^14 «_ The Anglers, 1758, and various 

other 
7415 — Count Gabalis, 1714, & 40 other 

relating to Pope 

/^^74i6 Laft Guinea, 1720, & a8 other 

/j^74i7 Cabinet for Wit, 1751, and 44 

other 

/ ^ 7418 Tale* of Sir Gregory Gander, 

1778, & a bundle 

7419 Fragmenta Poetica, 1650, Ulte- 

mon Vale, 1608, Sc 4 other 
j^zo ■ Crown Garland, 1691. Metam- 

orphofis of Pigmalions Image, 1698, and a 
other 



QUARTO. 



^^7481 Rogers (Samuel) Pleafnres of Memory, 1792, 
J with MS, Letter, &c. 

' /]^74ai ■ Epiftle to a Friend, 1798, otr* 

^ ^7aj~' MS, Letter from the Author 



} 



^ 
^ 



Poetry— QuZTtO, ' jsy 



\y^i 



7\ y.4'3 Rowland (Samuel) Tis Merrie when Goffipt 

B^2^ : — __ Diogenes Lanthorne, y^oi/. 

»62S 

i2/?i<^ 7425 Rowley /Thomas) Poems, with Commentary, by 
I Dean Milles, nr^a, 1782. with Two Ori^in- 

af Letters of Iho.Chatterton and Mary his 
Sifter 
7 6 1\^^ Rofiei (John) Two Famous Battels of LypCch 

and Lntzen '634 

7427 Salmagundi or Mifcellaneous Combi>)ation of 

Original Poetry ■ 1791 

/j 7428 Satyre Menippized, 1595, with MS. nott by Mr« 
Reed 

7429 Say (bam.) Poems — — 1745 

7430 Science Revived, or the Vifion ot Alftcdf/rofst. 

1802 

7431 Shippen (William^ Moderat'on Difplayed 1704 
743 z Sidney (Sir Philip) Defence of Poefie^ ^/t/ee- 

five 

/ f 741J '■ ■ ' ^595 

3 3 7434 —————— •^— Apologia for Poetrie il, 

<^7435 Singleton (John) Defcription of the Well Indian 

Jflands — J767 

/' 7436 Slow (Jonathan) Gibraltar Monkies 1792 

//7437 Syiart (Chriilopher) tranflation of the Pfalms of 

Da. id — J765 

/ 2 7438 Song of Mary the Mother of Chrift 1601 

f 7439 Sophocles tranflated by Francklin, 2 vol. 17^8 
y^ 7440 Scuffle (Kings Bench) /««/. 1675 Counter Scuf- 
I fie, with the Counter Rat, 1648. State Scuffle 

1663 
'^Kr<^744i Spenfer (Edmund^ Faerie Queene.Jay Uptun, i 

vol — 1758 

/^/^7448 — Complaints rontaining Sun« 

drie fmall Poems of the Worlds Vanuie 

7443^ Stratford's Fo'ntenoy 1782 

7444^ Strong (James) Joanereidos, or Feminine Valour 

/ /J\ 7445 Stuart (George) Joco Serious Difcourfe 1686 
_^/^^ 7446 Tailor (Robeit) Sacred fiymns 16J5 



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7447 Taflb (Torquato) Godfrsy of BuHoigne, Ital^ 

snd fiog b) R. C. very rare, fee Steereiis'r' 
Catalogue 

7448 Tatham (John) Oltell;t, or the Fadtion of Love 

and Beamy reconciled — i6sO 

7449 Taylor (John) Mad F.ifliiotts, Odd Fafhions, All 

out of FaAioas./««/. t^i 

7450 - feareluU Savtimer ^ /roHtt/piece 

1636 

7451 Great Pritnin all in Black ?*> 2 

74 J J Teltroths (rom) jyicflitige and h-s fens Loropaiat 

1O09 



4 



/6 ^1^^"^ Twence, engljihed by Richard Bernard 

Cant, 1598 
/j+ 7454, Thamefcidas, by E, W. in 3 Borkes foa 

/ 74^5 Thomfon (JamosJ Works, with his T Ife, by 

Murdoch, z vol. portrait, w.th Jl^^. »«/«, 

printed paperit Letters, \Sc, 176 J 

7456 Tr«fts, viz. Mulsus tranflated by Bally, Slade, 

and Green, i747» 5^» "'2* The Concubine, 

1767. 'i he Philofophic Whim, or Altfo- 

notny, a Farce, 1774. Caledonia, 1778, & 

la other 
// 1 7457 ' ^ An Eclog Treating of Crounes, and 

of Garlands, by Sir George Bock, 605. 

King Jamci- his Welcome to London, !6o3. 

AdamBtU.b, I, Poetical Varieties, by Tho§. 

Jordan, 1637. The Holy Road, or Chrill's 



Crofle, by John Davies 
7458 — -' The Valiant Afles, 



and Vidlorious 



Battailes ,of the Englifb Nation, by John 
Shjrrock, b. I. Elizabeih Queene, or Peace- 
able State of England under her Govern- 
ment, by Ditto, b. I. 1^85. TYic ticker o^ 
Fame, by Ulpian Falwell, b. /. 15:75 
Travailes of the Three Englifii Brothers, Sir 
Thomas, Sir Anthony, and Mr. Robert 
Shirley «s^ olel-pL^ — 1607 

7460 Trefham's Sea Sick Minftrel, Six Cantos frtmt- 
ifpiece 
7. _746* Tioilus and Creflida Amorom, Latin and EngUjb 



7 



7459 



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/ 

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Pw/ry.— Qnarto. 339 

7462 Tufler (Thomas) Five Hundred Points of Good 
Hulbandrie, b» I. — J580 

7463 Vertoes (Torver) Cardynall, b. I, imp. hy Pynfon 
no date 

/J 74^4 Virgil's ^neidos, in 13 Books, by Phaer and 
Twyne, h. I, « 1584 

^ 7465 iMi ii i .,ij i . — . ■ i6zo 

^ 7466 Georgies, Holdfworth's Differtation on 

Eiglit Verfes of the 2d, Book 1749 

7467 - Bucolik, engiifhed by A. F. b. /. tc,2g 

7468?WakefieW (Gilbert) Poemata Canf. 1776 

7469) Waller (Edmund) Works, publi/hed by Fenton^ 

Manu/cript note, by Mr. Reed, and Original 

Letter itom Waller to Hobbes 1729 

7470 W^r Horns make Rooni for the Bucks, with 
Greeti Bowes — — i68» 

7471 Warner (William) Albions England 1687 

7472 ' _ — 1602 

7+73 Warren (Arthur) Poore Man s Pafiiorjs, and Po- 
verties Patience — — 160^ 

^ 7474 Warton (Thos.) Hiftory of Englifh Poetry, 3 

vol, boards » 1774 

7f7S — ' Vol. IV. fragment of, with 

Index, and Ritfon's Obfervations on the 3 

fiiAyo\. portrait 178* 

7476 - I '- Index to 

J 7477 Watfoni 4Tho6.)Amintas Gaudia 159* 

// 7478 Well met Goffip, or tis Merry when Goffips 

ViiQtt front, '•' 1673 

7479 Wheiftone (George) Mirror of True ■ Honour and 

Chriftian Nobililie, Expofing the Life, 

Pfat^aad Devinf Virtues of Francis Earl of 

Bedford, b, I. 1585 

^ 7480 Whitehead (Paul) Poems and Mircellaneous 
Compofjtions, Aviih his Li/e, by Tbomplon, 
Manufcri-^t notes, by Mr. Reed, atidi portrait 

»777 

I 7481? — - . , — Life of, by Thompfon 1777 

•^ 7482) Whitney (GeiFrey) Choice of ^mhkmes, plate 

L(y4tn I $86 
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^40 ^ Plays.-'Qaitto 

y483)William8 (Anna) Mifcellanu 
J\C j^bA^hyte (Samuel^ Shamrock 

Plays. 



I >y48t)William8 (Anna) Mifcellanics *7^ 

^'6 ^j.tA\ ^\ bvte (Samueh Shamrock Vui/in 177^ 



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QUARTO. 

7485 AuoNYMOUs, Lady Alimony, or the Alimony 

^ Lady, Com. 1659 

ya\ 7486 - .- - Amorous Old Woman, Com. 

16^4 Apollo and Daphne, afl Opera 1654 

J - 8- Battel ofAlcajsar, with the Death 

^ of Capt. Stuk^ley 1 594 

/-T 7*88 — — — Bioody Duke, Tr, Com. 1690. 

'^ ' Caledonia, or the Pedlar turned Merchant, 

1r. Com. 1700 . 

/> /«48q caffandra. or the Virgin Pro- 

I pbetcfs. Opera, 170a. Courtney Earl of De. 

von&ire, Tr, 

^ *^QO Cintra's Confpiracy, Tr. 1713. 

Corftant Nymph. ?aA''«^» i67b. Coutinay 
Earlof DevonfhJte, Tr. 

yyy/T40i — Cr.ftie Cromwell, or Oliver 

"^ ^ '^ Ordering our New State, 9rag. Com. 1648 

.. —_ Death of the Black Prince, iw«« 

nuftript 

, , Debauchee, or Creduloo* Cuck- 
old, Ctm. Fairy Queen, O/zra, 1692. French 

Conjurer, Co/». '678 

Sw Giddy Whim, Cfl«. 1703 
Sir Gylcb Goofe Cap, Cam, de- 




fe£tive. Tragedy of Hoffhian, no title 

How a Man may Chuie a Good 



Wife from a Bad, Csw. — »*34 

J^74Q7 lrena,Tr. — 1664 

.^ 74g8 Luminalia, or the Feftival of 

^ Ug\M,zMaJqu4 _^ -638 

7400 The Merry DeviU of Edmontoii 

1(131 



//./J. - 



l^^jr/.— Qaartd. 341 

^ 7500 Anonymovs, Mucedorus, Com, Ijgg 

/•^'7S0i — — — — Mcrcurius BritannlcuJ, TV. C^jn^ 

at Paris, i64». Mercurias B'ltannicas- Lot, 
y. 750a Monfieur de Pouijeaognac, or 

Squire Treelvoby, 1704. Mercarius BriU 

annicus, TV. Com, Lot, 

7503 • The Mall, or the Modifh Lovers 

Com, 1674. Ths Mi£on from Rome, iol 
Great Britain 

7504 — — — Nero, TV. — 1633 
^7505 ■■■ MS, t'ttUt 1607. Ne- 

gledled Virtue, 1696 

6 7506 — Neglefted Virtue, 1696. Poeta 

Infamis, or a Poet not Worth Hanging* 
1692 

8\ 7S®7 """" "" Porfmouth Heirefs, Com, 1704; 

Revel ter, TV. Com, 1687. Reformation, Coffr* 

7568 Revolution TV.C^ai. i6go. Rival 

Brothers, TV. 1704 
6 7509 •*" "■ Rival Brother*, TV. 1704. Royal 

Flight, Farctt 1690 
75io — — Rome's Follies, or the Amorous 

Fryars, Com, 1681. Romulus and Herfilisj 

Tr, 1683 
7511 — — Swetnanai, the Woman Hater« 

arraigned by Women, Com* 1620 



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OCTAVO ET INFRA. 



OEMS, The Story of Al Racu!, 1799, & 3S 

other 
— — — Hawkins Poems, chiefly Paftoral, 

1786. Life of Alexander Pope, 1744, The 

Wiiidfor Medley, 17JI, and 40 other 
— Johnftone'8 Death Song ofLpdhrog, 

1 7821 Crazy Tales, and 22 other 

The Speculum, 1806. Windermere, 



1 f -^7519 
/ 3 7520 
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j\ 7S22 
l^"75»3 
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1798, and 37 other 

—»..-. Ovid de Triftibuj, tranflated by Cal- 
ling 1639. Peril us his Satyres, by Holyday, 
1617. and 7 other 

— Ethelfton's Suicide, a Poem, with 

other, 1803. Huddefford's Bubble and 
Squeak, «799. Do. Toply Turvey, 1793* 
and 3 other 

■■■ Portal's Poeme, 1781. Walter's Do. 

1780* Abbey of Kilkhampton, 1788 

Poetical Magazine 1764 

■ Calendar, 12 vol. 104 1763 

■ ' Regifter, for i8ci 
— ■^— Amuferaents st Bath, 3 vol, '77^ 

— — — Mifccllany, 2 vol, imyje^ict 1754 

Tour — 1787 

Poets (Curfcry Remarks on ) — 178Q 
CThe Seffion of) — — 1696 



Pof/ry.— .OSaVo; 



S'4i 



3!/ 75*7 Poets (Minor,) 2 vol. •— 1750 

^7528 Poetry (The Laws of) — 171! 

♦^ ^^29—— Various, May R. Fergufoii, &c. 3 vol. 

1788 

of the World, t vol. — 17SS 

— — — .— Anti Jacobin — 1799 

Anna Matilda 1788 

Polignac (Melch) Anti Lucretius, t tom. 1754 

/?i 7534 Political Merriments, 2 parts — 17*4-5 

7535) Polvvhele Grecian Profpefts ~ t'jgg 

^536j .. ...- of Local Attachment, 2 vol. 1798 

:2 7537 '^. 

^7538—— Old Englifli Gentlenaan 1797 

/ 7539 Pomfrct (John) Poems 1751 

J\7 ^ 7540 Pope (Alexander) Works, by Warburtoii, w/Vifr 
! ^ additiottt in plaUtf and tttanynote$ printedl^ MS, 

Q vol. 



S 7530 

/. 753' 

/^7532 

i//7533 






7541 

7J4» 

7543 



vol. — • 



.'75' 

9 vol. izmo. fiatet 

•757 
by Jofeph Watton, 9 

1797 

Gilbert Wakefield 



1794, luith Mr, Steevent MS^ notes 



7544 - 
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/7552 



/^7553 
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— 174J 

■- - ■ Supplement to 1715 
Eflay on Man, in French 

'73^ 

»74? 

Commentary on »738 

Mifcellaneous Poemf , 2 vol, 

1722 

a. 

Additions to, 1 vol. »776 
,-^. 

Life of, by Ruffhead lytq 
Memoirs of the Life & Wri- 



/i^7556 



tings of, by Ayre, 1 vol. 
— — Dunciad 



^"7557 Pott (Jofeph Holden), Elegies, 
/J\ 755^ Pratt Harveft Home, 3 vo], 
I / 7559 Prefent btate of the Nation 



1782 



174? 
1728 

i8oj: 
1772 



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^7563 

7564 

7565 

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^ 7567 

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^ 7571 

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Preftwicic (Cdmond) Hippolitus 
Prince ofLoVe — — 

Prior (Maihew^ Poems, 2 vo\. plati$ 
Prior ^Math.) Poems — — . 

— ^— no title 

Propertius 

Py^ (H. J.) Sketches -i 

— Poems, 2 vol, — • 

— (Mrs.) Poems — 

Quarles (John) Kingly Bed of Mifcry 



(Francis) Argalus and Paxthenia 
Divine Poems 



t^adcliffe (Alex.) Works 
Ralph (James) Poems 



Ramfay (Allen) Poems, 2 vol. 
————.— Gentle Shepherd 
-•————-— Poems, 2 vol. 
(Charlotte) Poems 



7580 
^ 7§8z Randolph (Thoma») Poemi — - 

^7^«* 
^ 7S84)- 



1651 
i6t>o 
1779 
1727 

1782 
1796 
1787 
1771 
1659 
1679 
1621 
1669 
1696 

«727-9 
1719 

179a 
1751 

1747 
1640 
166S 
1720 



Rapin SufFerings of Chrift -> 

Reflexions on Ariftotles Treatife of Posfie 

1694 
^ 758: Recreation Head Picceg, or a Pleafant Grove 

I ^75^6 Relph (Jofuh) Mifcellany of Poems 1747 

/^ 7587 Repofitory of Fugitive Pieces, 4 vol» 1777 

/^/7588 Richards (Nathaqiel) Poems 1641 

(George) Poems, 2 vol. • 804 



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7589 
/7590 



^7W» 
^ 759* 

^ 759+ 
<^ ^ 75i5 

/S\ 7596 



Richardfon (J.) Remarks on Milton, portrait 

•734 
'781 

1776 

• 784 
1783 



Poems 

Morning Thoughts 



/^tj 



Ritfon (jofeph) Bifliopric Garland 

I ■ Engliih Songs, 3 vol. 

of Antient Popular Poetry 1791 

' Robin Hood, 2 vol. 17^5 

I " — Specimens of £arly Englifib 

Poets, by G, £Ui8, 2 vol. iB9> 



/ ^ ^598 Ritfon (Jofeph) Ancient Metrical Romances, 3 

^ vol. — iSoz 

//I (^7599 " ' Bibliographia foetia, portrait 

I ' i8o2 

i ^j 7600 Roberdeao (John Peter) Pcem";, 2 vol, 1804. 
i /'^ 7^0 ' Roberta (Dr.) Judah Reftored, a vol. 1774. 

/I 7602 — ^- Poems 1576 

/I 7603 Robertfon (J.) Poems — 1775 

'^7604 — 1780 

^ .J605 RobiTifon (Mary) Sapho and Phaon 1791^ 

//{^:/<y6o6 ■ ' - — Poems, z \6\, ponratt 1755 

^ 7607 Rochcfter (Eail of) Works — i-yi^ 

/ ^ 7608 Rogers (S.) Poems, 2 vol. ■ — 178* 

j\ 7609 Rolliad, Criticifm on — 1787 

^ 7610 Rofsf Alexander) The Fortunate Shepherdefe 

1768 

/y 7611 — — . — *—— Mel Heliconium or Poetical 

Honey — — ..^ 16^5 

/ J 7612 Reus (Francis Thule or vertue Biftorie 1598 

/i^76i3 Rowe {Henry) Poems, a voL — 1796 

A 7614 Works I7J3 

Z:^! "/firs (Elizabeth) Works, 4 vol. 1796 

7616/ Rugeley (Rowland) Poems 1765 

7617J Rump, or an Exaft CoUedlion of Poems i66z 

^ 7618 Rymer Prophecies 17 iS 

7619 Ryves (Eliz.) Poems — — 1777 

7620 Sabbath (The) EJinL 1805 

^ *j6zi Sannazirius on ihe Birth of our Saviour, by 

Edward Wa] pole — 1736 

762* Satires (Remarkable) interlea'ved 
jg 7623 Savage (Rich.) Mifcellaneous Poems 1726 

/^ 76*4 Works, 2 vol. — 1777 

^ 7625 Savillon's Elegies — ' 17^,- 

/ ^b^t Sawver (Anna) Poems — i«or 

<;^ 7627 Sayers (T.) Poems — i^oj 

^7628 Scot (Eliz.) Alonzo and Cora 1801 

ji^'jtzg (Thomas) Philomythie — it, 6 

fVt^l^l^ Scots Poems 1705 

/I ^1 7631 ,7.3 

//7j32- — lb, 

<f 7P?3 Scot (John) Poetical Works — . 11^% 
^/l/ 7^i+ _ Critici.1 Effays J75S 






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34^ r«//rf— Octavo. 

x>j^7635 Scottilh Poems — — 1779 

J^h^Z^ ' of the Sixteenth Century, 2 vol. 



/ 
/ 



1801 

7637 ' Tragic Ballads — 1781 

'7638 Scribleriad (The) — .^ 175* 

/A 7639 Sedley (Sir Charles) Works, « vol. J722 

7640^ ■ ' — — 1711 

7641^ Senfibility, a Poem — >789 

7642) Seward (Mifs) Poems 

5643)Shee (Martin Archer) Rbymeson Art 170J 

^7644 Shenitone ( Wm.) foems — . '737 

'/SSl^M Works, 3 vol. — 1704 

4^7646 Shephcfjl (Richard) Mifc^llanie;?, 2 vol. in 1 

'77J 

7647 Sherburoe (Edward) Poetns .-t i^5* 

y 7648 Shipman (Thomas) Loyal Poems 1683 

7649 Shirley (James) The Triumph of Beautie 1646 

7650 Siinpkin (The Second) Letters from, 1791 
7 65 1 1 Singleton (J.) Defcriptipn of the Weft Indies 

\ ml 

7652>)Skeltcn (Master) Pi^iy Workes 1736 

J / '^53/ ^^^^^ (George) Donald Bane 1796 

7^54) Sni^'^t (Chriltopher) Poems, 2 vol. 1791 

^.^7655 Smedley (Jonathan) Poems 172* 

^ 7656 Smith Poems ■ ^7'3 

//7957 Eaglesfield Poetical Works J802 

^^7658 (M.) the Vifjon I 702 

/ 7659 SophoclesPhiloctetes _ *7*5 

4 7660 Songfler, the Convivial ~-> J782 

// 7661 — — Newelt Colledionof — 1603 

/ 7662 Sorrows of Sedaflion — • ^805 

• ^7663 • — — i8o5 

^ 7664 Sputhey (Robert) Poems — 1795 

^1^7665 "spencer (John) Heripas, or the Acadian Shep- 

I herdes •> . .. 1772 

/|^7666 Sparke Small Poems, i»iefled<ved 

• I ^i 7667 Spence on Popes Od)fley — 1737 

I y 766s) Spencer (Mrs.) Poetical Trifles 17U1 

j ^ 766^ Spenfer (Edmund) Faiiy Queen 1687 
/7 7670 ■■ ■ — ■■■ .— Works, by Hughes, 6 vol. 



Poetrjf, "^O^^yoi 3^y 

//j 767* Spenfer (Edmund) Faerie Qiieen, by Ralph 
Church, 4 vol. -— 1758 

/ 7672 Works, by H. I. Todd, 8 

^ vol././. ,805 

/A 7^73 Brittains l^z^ printed by Thou 

Walkley . — l6a8 

•^1 7^74 — — — — ~» — Shepherds Calendar 1732 

/i^';^76'5 — — — — Traits relating to 4 1759 

/t^76;6 Obfervations on, by T. 

Warton, 2 vol. — 1762 

f 7677 Spooner (L aw) a Looking Glafs for Smoakers 

1703 
/ J^ 7678 Stanley (Thomas) Poems «. 1647 

:Z\/3 7679 — — 1651, very fcarce and 

beautiful copy 



Plays, 
QTUARTO. 



J\^l(>^o AwoKYMOTTs, THeSophifter, Com. 1639. The 
School Boy, or Comical Rival 1707 

/j^ 7681 — — ^ — — Tom Tyler and his Wife, an ex- 

j cellent Old Play, mperftS i66r 

/| 7682 Triumphs of Virtue, TV. Com, 

1697. Unnatural Mother 1698 

7683 — ;-<!. — — Unnatural Mother, 1698. Zel- 

piane, er the Corinthian Queen, 7>. 170c 

7684 — . — Yottths Tragedy, 3d. edition 

1672 

^^7685 Adams (Geo) Heathen Martyr, orJDeath of So- 

i crates — — ^ 174.6 

y^ 7686 Addison (Jofeph) Drummer, Covt. with very 

j curious preface by SteeJe 1722 

/U'7687 —■ Cato, TV. 1713. Obfarva- 

— j-- tions on Cato Ditto examined, Life and Cha- 

rafter of Ditto, Mr. Addifon turri'd Tory 



848 



Plajs,-^Qairto. 



J2 

i 



/ Y„ 7688 Addisok (Jofeph) Cato, ^r. 1713. Life of 
''1 Cato. 1713. Rofamond, an 0^«r<2, 2 copifi 

1707 

7689 Alexandfr (William) Monarchick Tragedies 
&c. 1604, witb his Aurora, rau 

7690 Armin (Robert) Hiftory of the Two Maids of 
More clacke, /ro«/. 1609 

769i?Arrowsmith. i be Reformation, Coxb. 1675 

799zj ■■■ I ■ - I z copies, 

ib. 



^ 7693 Baker (Thomas) Fine Lady's, Com, 2 copiej. 
Tunbridge Walks, Com. 1703 
7694. ■ Humour of the Age Com. 



1701. Tunbridge Walks Com. '703. An 
Aft at Oxford Com. 1704. Hamftead Heath 
Cow. 1706. fine Lady's Airs Com, in 1 
vol. 

7695 Bancroft (John) Sertorios Tir. 1679. Henry 
II. Tr 1693 

7696 Banks (John) Cyrus the Great, TV. i6g6. Vir- 
tue Betrayed, or Anna Bullen, Tr. 1682* 

! Deftruftion of Troy, TV. 1679. Rival Kings 

TV. 1677 

^^7697————— Innocent Usurper, TV. 1694. 

Unhappy Favourite, TV. 1704. Albion 

(^eens, TV, 1704. Cyrus the Great, TV. 

1696 

7698 Barnes (Barnaby) Divils Charter, TV. 1607 



^ 

H 



7699 



Battle of Hexham in ma* 



/j/7702 
^/£,^7703 



nufcript 

7700 Beaumont & Fletcher, The Woman Hater, 
Ctm. 1649. Loyal Subjeft, or Faithful Ge- 
neral 

Monf. Thomas, Com. 



The Two Noble Kinimcn 1634 titU fwanting 
Thierry and Theodoret, TV. 1649 

Cupid's Re. 



venge 1635, The Maid's Tragcdiej/row*. 
1 64 1 

— — A King and no 






King,yre«/. i6ig 



Woman Hater, 



Com. 1649. ^ ^°S ^"'^ °° ^*"8 '^5S 



/ ' 



z 



PUyt. — Qaarto. 349 

7705 BfiAUMONT & FfcKTcHBR, Philaftcr, Of Lovc 

lies a Bleed ing,y»•e«^ .620 
^ A 17^^ — — Phllaller, 165* 

Knight of the Burning Peftle 1635 
// 7707 *"— — "*" — — ■— Woman Hater, 

Com. 1649. Knight of the Burning pedle 

•635 
^ 7708 Bbhn 'Aphra) Dutch Lover, Cfffflf. Falfe Count 
1612. Town Fop, ^''om. 1677 

7709 — Forced Marriage 7>. (?«». i688. 

Amorous Prince, Co«f, 167 1. Roundheads 
Com, 163 «. Widow Ranter, TV. Com, 
1690 

^ 7710 The Young King i6q8. Luck- 

ey Chance, Corn, i68». Emperor of the 
Moon, Farce 1688. City Heiref$, Com, 
1682, 

7711 ■ the Rovers, 2 parts, 1677-81, 

Abdelayzer, TV. 1 69«. Feigned Curtizans, 
Com. 1679 

^ 77»* " Rovers 1709. Forced Marriage, 

I Tr.Cem, 1690. Abdelazer, Tr. 1677, Feign- 

ed Curtizans, Com. .679 
/ ^7713 ' , . ' Sir Patient Fancy, Com. 1673. 

The Younger Brother, Cow. 1796, The Ro- 
ver '677 
/ 7714 BtKTLET, Philo. damns, TV. 1767 
ya 7715 BiCKERSTAFF Judith, /acred Drama, Magic 
Girdle. Burlette '770. Noble Pedlar, ditto 
j »77'» I'he Magnet 

/j 7716 BladsK (Martin) oolon. TV. Com. 1705. 

y yniy ■■ Solon, TV. Com. 1705. 

y^ ^ 7718 Boothby (Mrs. F.^ Marcella, TV. Com. 1670 
^ 77") BoYCE (Thomas) Harold. TV, f786. 
^ 77*0 BoYER, Achilles, or Iphigenia in Aulis, TV. 
1700 Marcella, by Mrs, Boothby 
7721 Brev L. The Play is the Plot, Com. 171 8 

/i 11^* '"■* — ———two copies 

1718 

/^ 4 11^1 Brewer f Anthony) Lingua, Caw. 1647. Love- 
— V-z" fick King, TV. 1655, in i vol. 

// 6 o j^ 



^ 
A 



J50 



P/«;/t— Quarto. 



^'/^77*4 Beom« (Rich.) Royall Exchange, Com. 1661 
'^ Sparagus Garden, 1640, ////* nuanting 

Northern Lafs, or the Neft of Fools, Com, 

1706 

Northern Laffe, Com. Spara- 



/^>^7;»5 



^7726 



gtts Garden, Com, 1640. The Antipodea, 
Com> 1640. Joviall Crew, Com. 1652. 
Queen's Exchange, C«w. i6j7, in 1 tol, 
—^' (Alexander) Cunning Lovers, Com, 



7727 Brown (Thomas) Stage Beaux toiPd in a Blan- 
ket, Com. <— — 1704 
7;is8 Buckingham (Duke) Rehearfal, i67;-83-i7ie 

7729 Bullock (Chriftopher) Woman is a Riddle, 
Com. — — 1717 

7730 BurnAby, Reformed Wife, Com, J 700 
^ 773' Calidas Sacontala, or the Fatal Ring, an Indian 

Drama — — '79® 

7751 CaR£w (Thomas) Coelum Britannicum «Me^7»r 

7733 Carey (Henry) Dramatick works, portrait 

1743 

7734 Carlell (Lod.) Deferving Favorite 1629 
773S "" Paffionate Lovers, TV. Com. 

/ 7736/——— — Favorite, titlt wanting 

I 7737) Carlile (James) Fortune Hunters, Com, 1689 

/! 775» '*• 

7739 Carrbll (S.) Perjured Buiband, TV. r7co 

7740 Carpkntkr (Rich.) Pragmatical Jefuit, Cow. 

7741 ICarvll (John) Englifh Princcfs, Tr, 1673. 
Sir Solomon, or Cautious Coxcomb, Ctm. 

1671 
• 774* Centhveb, Gamcfter, Com, 170?. Stolen 
Heirefs, Com, Love at a Venture,. Com, 
1706. Platonick Lady, Ct^iw. 1707. Marplot 
I Com, — — 17H 

/^<^7743 Chafman (George) Confpiracie and Tragedic 
of Biron, 2 parts — 1608 

^744 — _ — Bufly D'Ambois, Tr. The 



J 
/ 

/ 

4 

I 
•/ 

/ 

// 



J> 



TZ7 



Revenge of DOi 



1613 



I 



PAy/.— Qgarto. 



3S« 



^ 



/^ 7746 



'} 



/// 



7745 Chapman (George) Alphonfus, Tr, i6?4« 
Bufly D'Ambois, Tr. — 1641 

■ Monfieur D'Olive. Com, 

1606 

— ..~. — — Gentleman Uflftr 1606 

— — Humorous Dayes Mirth, 

Com, title ivrote. «5g9. All Fooles, Com, 
i6o^i Andiomeda Liberata, 1614 
Alphonfus, Tr, 



7747 
7748 



^[^ 7749 -" — — — — Alphonfus, Tr, i6;4, 

r Andromeda Liberata, 1614. Free and Of- 

• fetcelefsJaftification of Andromeda 1614 

2' 775* •^— — — - AND Shirley, The Ball, Cow 1639* 

Tragedy of Chabot, Admiral of France 

1639 
■ II — — The Ball, Com. 2 co- 

pies — -^ 1639 

— — — — — All Fooles, Com. 

1605 



775^ 
'/, ^ 77S» 
1^^7753 

\4^ 7754 



f 



•— — -• AND MARLOS, Hero and Leander 

1637 

— Ben Johnson and Marston, Eall- 

ward Hoe — 1605 



^ 775? Chettle (Henry) Tragedy of Hoffman 1631 

j\ 7756 Gibber (Colley) Xerxes, Tr. 1699. Comical 

I Lovers, Com. Perolla and Izadora, Tr» 

\ Love makes a Man, Ccm. 1700. Ladys Laft 

I Stake, Com. Double Gallant, Coa. Rival 

I I Fools, Com, 

' ^ ^75jr — — Carelefs Hulband, Com, 1705. 

Perolla and Izadora, Tr. Xerxes, TV. •6';9. 
Love's Laft Shift, Com, 1702, Love make* 
a Man, Com, 170 1 

j^ 6 7757 Plays, 2 vol. 172 1 

I ^7^8 — (Theodore) Harlot's Progrefs, 1733. 

: Triumph of Peace, by R. Dodfiey, & choice 

of Apollo 
\ / 7760 CocKAYN (Sir Afliton) Obftinate Lady, Com. 

«6?7 
J 7761 CoNOREVE, Old Batchelor. Double Dealer. 

—y^ — . Way of the ^orid. Mourning Bride. Love 

^ ^/ ^ for Love — — 1707 



,fc- 



( 35« ) 

7762 CoENBiLLB, HeracUu8, ^r, englifted by L* 

Car lei I, 1664. Nicomeda, TV. Com. Ditto, 

1 by John Dancer — ,671 

A 77^3 — Nicomeda, Tr,Com, by Do. 1671 

and I'he Coronation of Queen Elizabeth, 
. afted _« _ ,ggQ 

/_ 7764 CoRYE (John) Generous Enemies, Com. 1672. 
/^TL The Guaidiao, by Cowley, Cam, 1650 



Thirty-fifth Day's Sale. 



Poetry, 
OCTAVO. 



LOT 

'<^7765 CjTATIUSa Stephen! Cantab, 1651 

^1 7766 ►3Statius Tranflated by Lewist 2 vol. 1773 
j\ 11^1 — — — — Effay on, ivitb portrait 164.8 

z 7768 Stapylton (Sir.) Mufaeusor the Loves of Hero & 
Leander 1647 

/Tj6q — — — i ,i, 

^1 7770 Sterling (James) Poetical Works 173^ 






t I ' " ■"■- b \J~'" — ) ------ — , 

7 77 1 J—— — — -*- Speech of Lucifer 



777»(- 
^777f • 



(Jofeph) Poems 



1789 
/A. 



7774 Stevens (Geo. Alex.) Songs, Comic $c Satyrical 

1771 
J ^ 777J Stevenfon (M.) Poems, no titlt 

7776)StockdaIe (Percival) on the Nature of Poetry 

,i/ ( • 1778 

7777JStraan (Alex.) Poems 






/ 



Potity.'^O&iro, jj^j 

y 7778 Suckling (Sir John) Poems 1646 

Jl 7789 — — ~ 2 vol. 1770 

7780 Surrey (Henry Earl of) Poems 171 7 

^7781 Sweets of Society — — 1 801 

^7782 Swiney (J. M.) Juvenile Mufe — 1781 

/( 778J Tansilie fLuigi) the Nurfe, by Rofcoe i8oz 

^[^ 7784 Tasker (Wm) Odes and Letters, of Pindar and 

j Horace, 4 vol. — — 1790 

^ ^7785 Taffo (Tor.) fenifalcm delivered, by Hoole, 2 

vol. — — 1767 

2J, 7786 — — — Aminta, by John Dawer 1660 

Jt\ ^7787 by Will Ayre 

/ ^ 77^8 " Rinaldo by Hoole — 1792 

/ ^ 77^9 " — *- Jerufalem delivered by Hoole, 2 

a vol, — — 1797 

^/ 4 7790 ■ ■ J ■ — by Doyne, x 

vol. ■-■ — ' 176 1 

i /779> «- by Fairfax, 

»749 
/^ 7792 Tate (Natb.) Art of Angling — 1697 

J 77Q3 Taabman (Mat.) Loyal Poems — 1685 

y 7794 Taylor (John) Verfcs -^ 1795 

/ 7795 -^— Merry Bill of an uncertalne Jour- 
ney by Land with his Aqua Mufa, 00 
title 
j^j^7796 Theocitus by Frencis Fawkes — 1767 

/• 7797 -' — Creech 1713 

/ 7798 Theodcfia's Poems — 1760 

y 7799 Fheophraftus Imitations of 1774 

/ 7800 Thomas (Elizabeth) Poems 1726 

^\/^ 7801 Thomfon (Edward) Court of Cupid, 2 vol, in 1, 

I 1770 

/ 7801 >' Mfaac) Poems 

yjlriy^o} -, (Will) Poems — - 1757 

^ 7804 I ■ (James) Seafons 1726 

/j 7805 ■■ ■- ■ " StriAures on, by 

i More 1777 

7806 ,...— Seafons — 1744 

^7807 Liberty 1776 

7808 Thortius (Raphael) Poem in honour of Tobacco 



J 



/. 



o 



3j^4 Ptfi/r;— Oftavo, 

7809 Thorius (Raphael) Poem in honour of Tobacco 

1651 

A 7810 Thurfton (Jofeph) Poems 1737 

// ^ 7811 TibuUus, by James Grainger, 2 vol. 1759 

^/ 7812 Tobacco battered and the pipes (Battered about 
^r' their ears, that idly idolize fo bafe and barba* 

: j rous a weed 

y/A 7813 Tolderoy's Epitaphs, 2 vpl, — 1755 

^/. 7814 ToUet (E;iz.) Poems ' — 1755 

^ 781? Tovern (H.) Poems — 1731 

^/i 7816 Trumpet of Fame or Sir Francis Drake and Sir 

John Hawkins farewell, b. i. 1595 

7817 Tryphiodoris Deltruition of Troy by Merrick 

Oxford 

7818 Tumftall (J.y Notes on Hadibras i75Z 
/ ' 7819 Turberville's Soi^gs and Sonnets, ^. /. iro ////* 

7820 Tuffcr (T ) 500 Points of Hufbandry defefted 

« 744 

7821 Tutchio (John) Poems -^ 1685 

7822 Typhon, or the Gyants War with the Gods 

1665 

7823 >Vernon (Wm.) Poems — 1758 

7824J Verfes Spoken at St. Pauls — i8o» 

\j\^ 7825 Vida (Marcos Hierpn) the Chrifliad 1768 

\^\^ 7826 — Game of Chefs 1570 

^ ^ 7827 — — — Art of Poetry 1742 

1^ 7828 Violenta, or the Rewards of Virtue 1704 

7829 Virgil, Twelve iEneids, by J. Vicars 1631 

7830 - ' -■ Eclogues — 1628 

7831 ■ Paftorals, by Janses Hamilton '745 
■7832 — Georgics, by Ogilby 1684 

^7833 ^neid, by Pitt, 2 vol. 1743 

^ 7834 - by Lauderdale, 2 vol. 

4> 7835 ■ Hufbandry, by Bcnfon 1725 

i <^ 7836 by Brady — 1716 

J / 7837 ■ Georgics, by Sotheby i8oo 

/ 7838 - Works, by Jofeph Warton, 4 vol. 'u;/>i& 

/or/ra/V of Warton — 1778 

y / ?^39| ' JEneid, by W. Hawkins * 1774 

/ ^ 7840J - trafts relating to 

J 7841 —— — (notes on Dryden's) by Wilboorne 1698 

1^7841 *Virgil Differtatioa upon the Eneids of, by John 






J>] 7843 

o 7844 

^ 78^5 

/^7846 

<^7848 

7849 

^7856 

/f^ 785' 

<^785i 

78^3 

^7854 

785^ 

^7«55 

J U 7857 

^ 7858 

/ <^ 7859 

^78|o 

78^1 

(^7863 
7864 

78.65 
^7866 



Henley 
Traveaie, by J. PhilKps 






/ 



Virgil, (the Patsio^i of Dido as expreft by) 

1650 
Obfervations on the 4to. Eclogue, by S. 

1788 
1672 
1678 
»734 

i8oi 
1804 

«777 
1645 

/3. 

1793 
1760 
1724 
1723 
^7ii 
1716 
1706 
1790 
»65+ 



Vocal Mifcellany . 

Uvedale (Thoftias) Remedy of LbVtf ' ' 
Waldron (T. G.) 11 Luttuoso ~ -;_- 
Wallace, or the Vale of Ellerflfe 

Walbech (WiU.) Fables 

Waller (Edm.) Works — 

— Poems - .. 

Walfli (E.) Bagatelles — 

Walter (John) Poehis 

Warburton*(W.) Tranflaiions — 

Ward (Edward) Nuptual Dialogues 

— Britifli Hudibras ' ^ ~ 

^— (Thomas) Englaod's Reformation 

— P6ehii ' -. 

Warren /M.) Poerfis^ — 

Ware (Chrift.) Cynegeticon 
Warton (Thoinas) Poetical Works, 4 vol. ' 

i8oa 
'• ■■■ ' ■"— Poems i 748 

on the Faerie Queene 1754 

' _ ' (Jofeph) Sir P« Sydney's Defence of 
" Poetiy — — 1787 

Eflay on the Writings of Pope, 



/7867 
// >868 

7869 
^ 7870 

7871 

7872 

78)4 
7875 
7876 

|<r7877 



2 vol. 1772, yfr/? voLfutlofMahu/criptsnotet 



Watts (Ifaac) Beauties of 
Webb (T ) Epitaphs, 2 vol. 

* " i Amulements — 

Wcekes (T. Eyre) Poems — 

Welfted (Leon.) Works — 

Weft (Mrs'.) Mifcellaneous Poems 
Weflcy (Samuel) Maggots, or Poems 
Weltminlter 'Quibbles -^ 

Whaley (John) Poems — 



Whitehead (William) Poems, 



2 vol. 



A a a 



178a 

»77$ 
1787 

17+3 
1787 
1791 

1672 

'79 J 
1768 

I77+ 



/'^ 



356 Pottty^b&ivo, 

/ 7879 Whitehrufe (John) Poemt — ijBjr 

/j(^788o Whyte (Samue') Poem^, 3 vol, 1^95 

/ 7881 Wigneli (J.) Original Pieces 176* 

^.<^ 7882 Wjd (E and R ) Ronne Rhym'd to Death 1683 

/^7883 Iter.3ore^le 1668 

^ 7884 ' r 1671 

/' 7885 Wilkie (William) Epigoniad i7j;7 

/^7886 ^-^ r— r-rr:— »7^9 

z 7887 William (Earl of) Pembroke Poems, 1660 

:^i<li 7888 ■ " p i-rrr 1780 

^1^78^9 Williami_ (Sir Charles Hanbary) Odei 1660 

7890 " — ■ ■'''.'.. .!",, ''" 'i74S,,f«- 

' I terleavf<t nuith MS »: notes . , 

'^•7891 —— ~ xHelen Maria) Poems, a vol. 1786 
/ 7892 Winchelfea's Poems ; — 1713 

7893 /W inftanlcy V John) Poems , — 1751 

^ 6 7894J '—— — — «75' 

^ ^ 7^95 " -^ T^-^ "•" Mufes Cabinet . 1656 

^ 7896 Withers (George) Proteaor — 1655 

* 7897 Abufe Stript and Whipt 1622 

~c. / 7898 '' '" ' . Pfalms ofDavid, 1631 

y / igoQ — ._— ^-^ Verfes to the King's Majefty 

^1^ ' ;^ ' 1662 

/6 7900 I- I Ml. A Memorandum to Lopdoii 

Z*^ 7901. ^ ! i f i y."' ji 'n" " " Fidies ADgljcaDa . 1660 

7 6 79°* ~~~ — -■ Britain's Remembrancer i6so 

r , ^ 79P3 Wit's Interpreter ,;, f r- .'671 

; 41^:7904 Wolferftoa (FrancisVQfi4*» Artof Love 1661 

2j^79oq Wolluftcn Ecclefiafte?'; 'o -, -- 1691 

I "jl 7906 ■! . I . , , -^ ib, 

\ /.U 7907 Woodw?ird (Geo.) Po^ms Oxford 1730 

i ^ , 7908 Woty I Wm.; Bloffoms of Helicon 1763 

1 ^1/7909 ■ Poetical Wprk?, z voU 1770 

'•/7910 ■ — ■ • Amufemcnts 1789 

J ^7911 — — -T— -— Poems -7- 1780 

j /i^79i2 • Fugitive Poems 1786 

/Ut . 79*3 Wyntown (Andrew) CronjikU of Scotland, 2 
' i vol». . i^. . 

A 7914 Ycarfley f Ann) Poems — 1786 

i<^79»5 ■ '- '1* 

1^^916 — — '^• 



//.//, - 



( 357 ) 

, /^ ^917 Yorklhire Ale, thePraifcof — jSgpf 

1^^7918 Young (Edward) Works, 6 vol. 17^7 



QUARTO. 

^ 79i9iCRANFORD (David) Love at Firft Sight, Com. 
•^ 79ao(CROWNE, Married Beau, Com. 1694. City Pb- 
^ litiques. Com, '688. Sir Courtly Nice, Cffw, 
1685. Deftruflron of Jerufalem 1703 

_^ 79J1 ■■ Darius, Tr. 3688. Hiftory of Charles 

VIII. 1672. Married Beaa Com, 1694. City 
Politiques^ Com. 1688 
J ^7922 ■ The Countrey Wit, Com. 1695. 

Charles VIII. i672> Married Btau, Com, 
1694. City Poii«iques, Coat, i688. De- 
ftroflion of Jerufalem, 1677 
7923 ■ i Ambitious Sta efmau, 1679. Cajifta, 

a Mafqae, 1675. Charles VJII. 1672. Mar- 
ried Beitu, 16^^* City Politiques, Com, 

1688 
/ / 7924 Croxhall (Samud} Fair Circaflian, Com, 

^ {.•:•' ■■:- into 

^^.7935 CuTTs{Jobn) Rebellion Deff-ated, or the Fall 

of Desmond, Tr. — ^7*5 

/S^^ .7926 Cupids Whirligig, by E. S, l&io 

/ .7927 Dabobn (Robert) Chriftian turn d Turlce \6iz 

\^ 7928 Davbnant (Williaxi)) Circe, TV. 170^, 2 copies 

:Z\ 7929 ■■ ■ " .lull Italian 1630 

/* 7930 ■ - ■ Triumphs of Prince D' 

Amour, a Ma/que — 1635 

// 793* ' •■• — Comedies* 7r. Com, and 

Tragedies, (8) in i vol. — 165a 

^ ^7932 Davbnport (Robert) City Night Cap, Tr, 

Com. 1661. King John and Matilda, TV. 
j '655 

^ 7933 Dav (John) Ifle of Gulls — 163:? 

:^]___^93* ™— -— — i^^ 



/ 



358 

\/s 7936 

'/>' /^ 7937 

J 7938 

^1^ 7939 

/ 7940 
/ 794 » 
/ 7942 



P//iy/.— Quarto. 

Dekkbr (Thomas) Hohell Whore, 2 parts 

» 630-5 
. ' " Match Mee in London, Tr. 

Com. 16} I. Honelt Whore, sd. part 1630 
— AND Webster, North-ward Hoe 

1607 
Deknis, Rinaldo and Armida, Tr, 1699. A Plot 

& no Plot, Com, 
— A Plot& no Plot, Com. Remarks on 



Cato, 1713 
— — Works 



1702 

1770 

Pretenders, 



7943 
7944 



J 

J- 7945 

\A 7946 

'/ 4 7947 

//j 7948 

^ 7949 

a. V950 

f 79$ i 



/\4 79S« 
^\ 7953 



Diderot, Father, Cff«i..,.. ,— 

DiGBY (Lord) Elvira, Com. £667. 
by Dilke, 1693 

DiLRB, City Lady, Ctf/w, 1697, Pretenders, 
Com. 1698. Lovers Luck, Comt 1696 

Dryden (John) Huiband his own Cuckold, 
Com. 1696, and Seventeen fitigle plays, by 
Ditto 

— . Copqueft of Granada, 2 parta 
meroeco gilt Itavts — 1672 

-»' — — — ^ Pleys, 2 ,vol. 1 684 

Drue (Thomas) Life of th« Dutchefs of Suf- 
folk — — 1631 

Druumond (GuI.) Polerno Middiana, Carmen 
Macaronicum — - Oxoni 1691 

DuFFETT (Thomas) Spanifli Rogue '674 

DuNSTER (C.) Frogs, Com. Oxford 

Durfey (Thomas) Marriage-* Hater Matched, 
Com. v6<)i. Love for Money, Com. 1691. 
Injured Princefs, 1682. Modern Prophets, 
Com Virtuous ^ lit. Com. 1680. Fond Hut 
band. Com. The Bath, Com 1701. Siege 
of Memphis, Tr. 1676. Madam Fickle, 
Comedy 

• • A Fools Preferment, Com, 

1688. The Campaigners, Com. 1698. Love 
for Money, Com. 4691, a cop'es. The Roy- 
B'\tt,Com 1682. Madam Fickle, Com. 682 

EsTEvuRT, F.ir Example, Com, 1706. Pru- 
nella, an Interltuit 



P/fljr;,— QuartOt 359 

yy /)954 ErH8»EGE (George) Man of Mode, Com. 1676 
j " Faithfull Genera!, 7r. by a Young Lady, z 

j copies — — 1706 

■21 7955 Fa»''b (Francis) Love in ihe Dark, Com. 1675. 
i The Sacrifice, Tr, 16S7 

/ 7956 — — . a, 

/ /^ 7957 FAR<tUMAR (George) Sir Harry Wildair, Cm, 

iTor 

y jg^S • Love in a Boitle, Com, 

1699. Inconftant, Com. 1702. Sir Harry 
"V^'^ildair, Ccm, 170 r« Conftant Couple, Cow. 

1 700 
f 7959 Field (Nathaniel) Amends for Ladies, Com. 

1639 

^ 79;9*FiLMER (Edivard) Unnatural Brother, 2 copies 

J\ 7960 Fletcher (John) Elder Brother, Caw. 1637. 

The Coronation, Com. — 1640 

/l^' 7961 I Two Noble Kinfmen, Rule 

a Wife, Com, . — 1697 

I ^ 7962 — -— Elder Brother, Com. (2) 

I »637-5i 

// 7963 ■ ■ ■ (Phinea»)Sicehdes, a Pifcatoryidji 

' ^ 7964 Ford (John) Broken Heart, imp» Tis a Pity 

She's a Whore — 1635 

// 7965 - ■ ■ — — Love's Sacrifice, TV. 1633, Lovers 

Melancholy — 1629 

/^/7966 — — . Fancies Chaft and Noble, 1638. 

Chronicle History of Perkin Warbecki634 

//i 7967 : — T^* ^ ^'^y Shee's a Whore, 1633. 

The Suns Darling, a moral Mafque i6^f 

-2 7968 Freeman (Ralph) Imperiale, 5>. 1655 

J / 79^9 Gay (John) Wife of Bath, Com. 171 3. Love's 

Viftim, Tr. by Giidon, 1701 
J 7970 Gjldon (Charles) Patriot, 7r. Love's Viftim, 
1701. Meafure for Meafure »7oo 

y^/ 7971 Glafthorne (Henry) Hollander, Cem. 1640. 
Ladies Priviledge, 1640. Wit in a Conft.ble 
Com. 1 6^9 
i '^1 797' Goffe (Thoma) Raging Turk**, Tr. 1631. 
^-jyy ~ Ctiutagiou:* ru{ke, Tt, 163^, Oicitcs, 'TV. 

1633 



/ 



// 



360 PAypi— Quarto. 

7973 Green (Robert) Hiilory of Frier Bacon, and 
Frier Bungay, front 
j^ ^^974 Grimstoic (Lord) Lawyers Fortune, Com, 
/ jT 1^1^ GoARiNi Faithful! Shepherd, a ^fl/?of«//, trans- 
lated by Fan (haw, ^o^/ro/V 1647 
/ /^ 7976 GwiNNE /Mathew) Vertumnus 1607 

7977 Harrison (W.) Pilgrims, or the Happy Converts 

I70» 

7978 Harris (jofeph) Miftakes, Jr. Com. 1691 
'*/ / 7979 Haynes (Jofeph) Fatal Miftakes, 7r. 1692. Mj. 
^ Account of the Author, by Mr. Reed 
j?j 7980 Hemikbs (Wm.) Eunuch; 7'r. 1687. Fatal Con- 

traft. TV. 1653 

/ 7981 • ib. 2 copies 

^ /708a Hetwood (Thomas; Royall King & Loyal Sub- 

•^r jea — — 1637 

,^^7983 — Silver Age 1613 

L^. ^7984 — — ■ ■ " Iron -Age, 2 parts 1632 

^ 7985 n il i if you know not Me, yoa 

know Nobody. /ro«?. — 1639 

J, 7^86 ' — Wife Woman of Hogfdon 

Com. — — 1638 

^^ 7987 '■'■ ^— ii» 

^ ^\ 7988 ■ ■ ■ ■■ Firft and Second part of 

King Edward IV. contayning his Merry Paf- 

time, with the Tanner of Tamworth 1626 

/^/ 7989 ■ Fayre Maide of the Ex- 

chang« — — 1625 

/4 ^ 199^ ■ -— ''^• 

/;/ 799* Maydenhead Well Loft, 

1654, the //■//* drawn and written by John 
Henderfon 

A 7992 " Engllfti Travd'cr 1633 

J^ /j 199% •— Loves MiftrefTe 1540 

/'/7994 ib. 

S 4 7995 — — — AND Rowley Fortune by Lsnd and 

Sea, TV. Cwn. — *^5S 

. 7996yHiGGONs (BevUl) Generous Conqueror, TV, 

^ \ 1702 

7997/ Hopkins, Pyrrhus, 7r. 1995* Boadica, 7r. 

yy~A/ 1667. Frein<lfljip Improved, TV. 1700 



3 



( 36o ) 

4 -7998 Holiday (Barten) Marriage of the Arts, Com, 
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! ' WomensConqneft TV, Co«r. 1671. Uiurper, 

j ! Tr. 166S 

\^\^ 8oo«. " < . -' i. " — ^ Englifti Mounfieur, Com, 

j I l^74« All Miftaken, Coa. 1710 
|^|<iJ' 8003 ' .^ — ib. 



Thirty *-fixth Day*s Sale, 

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OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

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1750 

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8006 Addifon (Jofeph) Cato, Latin and Englijh 1764 

/ S007 — — :. iq, 

/ / 8008 Algarotti on »he Opera — - • j-igy 

I -^1 ^^8009 Artien of FaverfhaiD, ^r. reprinted '"' 1770 

j f 8010 ArKt ('Iho. /^ug ) Guardian Outwitted,! 764,5: 

5 other by the fame 

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,2^8012 Aftrologer, Co«. — 1744 

8013 bailiie (Joanoa) Mifcellareouf Plays £804 

/^ 8014 ■ Series of Plays, z vol- 

! 1 799- F 802 

^^ 8015 Baker (Sir Richard) Difcoarfe on Plays 1670 



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/ y* 8oi(J Baker (David Erflcine) Companion tothePlay- 
houfe, edited by Mr, Rttd 2 vol. 1782 

4 ^> 8017 — — — — .— — 2 vol. ieftRi'ot 

J^ 4 8018 Barker CJamcs) Continuation of Egerton's Thea- 
trical Remembrancer — 1801 
S019 B^ron (Robert) Mlnza, TV. and the Cyprian 
Academy, front. 
y JA 80ZO Beaumont and Fletclier Works, 10 vol. 17(0 

^1 f^ S021 — — laft edit. 

v/'ixYi z Double Set 0/ plate i Jitte copy 1778 

8022 Bedford (Arthur) on the Englilh Stage 1719 
8023) Bellamy (George Anne) Memoirs, 1785, and 
' Apology for her Life, Vol. I. 1785 

So24)Be]ler8 (Fettiplace) Injured Innocence, TV. 
8025 Bctterton (Thomas) Hiftory of the Englilh 
Stage, and Life of Mrs. Oldfield, portraitt 

/ ^ 8026 Bickerftaffe Plays (j8) 1767, &c. 
y ^ 8027 Bfand (Hannah) Pl^ys apd Poems 

' ' ' ' * Nerwicb 1798 
J 8028 Brome (Alexander) Plays i vol. title luemting 

/./^ 8029 (Richard) Plays, 2 vol. Xi>i3'9 

/i ^ S030 Brown and Dow's Plays — 1770 

^ 8031 Brounfmith (J. ( Dramatic Time Piece 1767 
ya 6 8032 Buckingham {VilUersOuke of) 2 \o\. portrait 

'I >775 

72 8033 Capell (Ed.) Prolufjons — 1760 

/ /^ 8034 -7 ih, 

$ ^ 8035 Carlifle (Fred. "El. of) Tragedies & Poems, por- 
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// / 8036 Cartvvright (William) Conp.edies, tortrmit 1651 
74 8037 C»t2L]ogut of f\zySttnt'erlea've4wJtifqrg! MS. aJ' 
Jitiots — — *7?6 

/ 8038 _ 2' v(3^. —— rr -»*• 

I 1/ 8039 Char ke' (Charlotte) 'i!ifeof"/er/ffl//'^ 1755 

^ .? 8040 Chetwood (W. R.) Hiliory of the Stage 1749 

f 8041 Plays — — !7So 

I//* 8042 Cibber (Theodore) Plays, King Henry VI. 
1724. Patie and Peggy, 1730. The Lover 
1730. Romeo and Juliet, altered 1748 

1 41 8043 — — — — . Two Diflertations on the 

'00 M^^-^ Theatres and Kpiftle to David Garrjck 



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r f^ B043 Clbber (Theodore) Traas( 8) by & concerning 
Do. 1739, &c. 

/f 8044 (Colley) Dramatic Works, 4 vol. 1760 

/^ «045 — — (Life oi) portrait, 1750. Ex- 
planation?, Amendmeats, &c. on Ditto 

1740 
6 y 8046 '■— ' Supplement to, by Ter- 
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in which he ftates the never having fecn ano- 
ther of this tradl 
; ^18047 Coalitionj or Opera Rehearfed, Comedy 1714 
y^ 8048 Cokain (Afton) Plays & Poems 1658 

\/X 8049 Collier on the Stage, i6g8. Amendments of 
' ' Mr. Collier's Falfe Citations, 1698. Ani- 

madverfions on Congreve's A nfwjer to Col- 
lier, 3 vol. 

/J /i 8050 ■ 1 II • I 1738* Animadverfions on 

Congreve's Anfwer ro Ditto, i638. Amend;* 
ments of Mr, Collier, 1O98, and Defence 
of Dramatick Poetry againft Collier, 1698. 
4 vol. 
/O 6 8051 Colman (George) the Younger, 10 Flays Feudal 

Times, &c. 
/a 8052 ■ — Iron Cheft, with the Preface 

/^O 8055 ■ I— Dramatick Works, 4 vol. 

1777 

/f 8054 Comic Theatre, byFoote, &c. 5 vol, 176a 

yf 805 J Companion to the Theatre, i vol, i;6i 



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^ 8056 Cooke (Tho.) Plays, and Confiderations on the 
Stage — — 17Z4 

^ 8057 (Wm.) Elements of Oramatic Criticism 

'' '775 

^ O 8058 — — ih, 

/^ 8059 Cornbury (Lord) Miftakes, a Comedy 1758 

2 8060 Corneille Cid Tr, Com. Paris 1O38 

3 4 8061 Cowley (Mrs.) 5 Plays 

//^ 8o6z Cumberland (Richard) iz Plays, the Carmelite 
; &C. 

'A 8063 — — 8 Ditto in 1 vol. with 

MS> Account of Receipts for the Choleric 



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/ 8065 

jM> S066 
f/^ 8067 



Englijl} Tbtatrt, 5^f,— Oftavo. 

Dalrymple (Sir David) Little Freeholder 1790 
D'Avsnant (Sir Wm) Witts & PUtonick Lovers 

1665 
Daniel (Satnviel) Tragedie of Philotas 
Davies (Thomas) Dramatic Mifceilanies, 



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Life of Henderfon 



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3 vol. 

1783 
1777 
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1782 



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/ yz 8078 

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/4^/j:^ 8080 



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8072 Davy (Mrs.) Wrrk» — 179* 

8073 Dennis (John) Remarks on theConfcious Lovers 

»75J 



Ufefulnefs of the Stage, &c. 



»■ " ■ Seled Works, 2 vol. 

Dibdin (Charles' ii Pbys 



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Do.fl y (Robert) Cleone, wiih MS. alterations, 
by Mr. Shenllone — 1758 

— — — CoUeftion of Old Plays, 12 

vol. corrected by Mr. Reed for a new edition 

1744 

■ ; — — ad. 

edit i 2 vol. 1780, with MB, additions by Mr. 
Reed 

id. 

edition, i« \o\. large paper, boards, only fix 

taktn ojf on this Paper 1 780 

Diogenes (Works of) — 1804 

Dtlguife (The) a Dramatic Novel, 2 vol. 1771 

Doiivilly (George Gerbter) FaHe Favourite Dif- 

16^7 
1708 
1792 
1768 

1792 
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— 1743 
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— »795 



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Downes Rofcius Anglicanus 
Downman (Hugh) Tragedies 
Drama (Key to the) Vol. !• •— 

Letters on the — 

Dramas for the Ufe of Young Ladies 
Dramatic Hillory of Ned Shuter, Ann 

iic.. plates — 

— — Pieces as afted at 

Covent Garden, t vol, 
Cenfor, 2 voL 



tngltlbTbtatrt^ t^r.— Oftovo. 365 

l/^^Sogt Dramatic Ceiifor, by Thomas Dutton, 3 vol. 
I J , i8co 

I / 8093 ■ Pieces from the German 

Edinhurgh 179* 
J /j 8004 Dramatick Poefy 
^ 2^ 8095 Drury Lane Journal - — 175X 

//' S096 Edwin, or the Banifhed Prince, TV, private 

prt/i 
^ jO Sogi • ( John 1 the Eccentricities of, by Anthony 

Pafqain, 2 vol. , .- 

^ 8098 Egerton (William) Life of Mrs. OWfield 1731 
^^ 8099 Egerton's Theatrical Remembrancer 1788 

/ ^ 8100 Englifli Theatre, iz voU/Za/r^, the ift vol. want- 
ing — — 1776 
^ /' 8jOi Etherege (Sir Geo.) Works — 173J 
^ /^ 8102 Eugenia, TV. by Samuel Hayes and Robt. Carif 

1766 
/"/^^ 8103 Euripides Selefl Tragedies, by Bamfter 1780 

^ 8104 — — 19 Tragedies, by Woodhull, 4 vol. 

: 178a 

/^ ^ 81,09 Farces colleftion of, in 4 vol. Eiin. 1786 

// 8106 Farquhar /George) Works, //arr/^, and Life of 

the Author — 1714 

yj 8107 .1 "N - 2 vol. 1760 

/j 6 8108 . 11 . 3 vol. Dttbliu 177^ 

J- 8^09 Fielding (Hen } 10 Plays 

,r 8 1 1 o • -—•——Tom Thumb i\icj!rji edit, fee mte 

on — . — '730 

j/J Si II Filmer (Edward) Defence of PIay«, frini a/ tbe 

\ Holland Arms, by Hogarth — 170? 

/^ 8112 Flecknoe (Richard) Love's Kingdom i6S^- 

JO 8113 ' ■ ■' ' ■ ih. 

// 8114 Foote (Sam.) 17 Plays — i7;2-72 

J, 8115 Francklin (Tho.) 3 flays 1766-76 

/ /j 8116 Gambold (John) Martyrdom of Ignatius TV, 

//|^8ii7 Garrick (Dav.) Lethe, \^./keUb sf tuUb MS* 
account hy Mr. Reed — I745. 

/ /J 8u8 ^ — a© Plays 

^ i 81,9.— V2 tra«s for & Agiinft 

/y /t 8120 German Theatre, 20 nos. /dr^^/tf/^r, fwtih platet 



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'366 EtigUJh Tbtairtt ^STr.— Oftavo* 

( f/8i2l German Mifcellany, confifting of Dramas, &c# 
I I Perth 1796 

, >' 81 z J Goffe(ThoO Raging Turk — 1656 

\ J\ 8123 Goldoni (Charles) Plays, Italian and Enghjb 

i »757 

/ ^ 8124 Goldfmhh (Oliver) Plays and Poems, with Ori- 
! ginal Letter of the Author, and portrait 

»777 

/ 8125 Goodhall (Js.) Florazene Stamford 1754. 

/J 8126 Green Room (Hiftory of the) 2 vol. 1792 

•^i^ 8187 Griffiths (Eliz.) 5 Plays, & Variety, by Richard 

' i Griffiihs, i765,&c. 

i /!V8ia8 Guarini, Faithful ShepLerd, by Grove 1782 
-^^8129 Havard, 3 Plays - — 1733 

\/l\6 8130 rHawkins (Thos.) Origin of theEnglifh Drama« 
I [ 3 vol. — Oxford 1 773 

2\^ 8131 Haywood (Eliza) Wife to be Let, &c. 1729 

^1^8131 — — 4Plays, 1721, &c. 

^ /; 8133 Henderfon (John) Letters and Poems with Life, 

^' by John Ireland, 1786. Davies Life of Do. 

1777. Pi'"'* on Ditto in the charafler of 

Hamlet, 1 779. Catalogue of his Library, 

j j with the /fTf«, 1786, and Ex trafts relative 

i ' to Ditto, from Newipapcre, &c. in MS, by 

Mr. Reed in 1 vol. 

/ 8134 Hill (Aaron) Dramatic Works, 2 vol. /./. moroC" 

CO gilt leaves — 1 760 

.3^/8135 Hilton (William) Poetical Works & Plays, Vol. 

i j "• 1776 

y^ (^8136 Hiftory ^Secret) of the Green Rooms, 2 vol. 

1 ' " '790 

^, 8137 ■ of the Theatres of London, 2 vol,i796 

/ J*; ^'3^ Hitchcock (Rob.) Hiftory of the Irifli Stage, % 
vol. ■ 1794 

^ 8139 Hodfon*s 3 Plays *77J 

/ 8140 Home (John) Dramatic Works, portraits 1760 
^ /8141 Hoole and Hartfon's 4 Plays in 1 vol. 
/] 8142 Howard (Sir Robert) Dramatic Works, portrait 

1722 
A 8143 Hughes Calypfo and Telemachus, an Opera 



PAjyT.-* Quarto; 367 

/ *t 44 Haghes (Mrs.) Moral Dramas ^ 1790 

S //^ 8145 Irifli Stage (Familiar Epiftles on the) 1804- 

*^ Anfwer to Do. Few Reflexions on Do^ 

Theatrical Tears on Do. 4 vol. 

J' 8146 Jacobs (Giles) Lives of the Englifli Dramatick 

Poets, 2 vol. — — 1721 

^ <^ 8147 Joddrell's 6 Plays — — 1787 

/^ 8148 Johnfon (Ben) 3 Plays, with Catalogue of 

flays to 1732 

/ <^8i49 ■ — — . Gla/go'w 1752 

/ 8150 .- I '■ Every Man in his Hutnoar^ 

with Remarks on 3 Plays — 1749 

J y 8151 — -— — Works, by Whalley, 7 voL 

'' with MS. note of B. J, 'writing '75^ 

^ 8154 Keefe (John O) 11 Plays 
f 8153 Kelly (Hugh) xi Do, 

^ 8154 Killigrew (Thomas) PrWbners and ClaraciUa 
' 1641 

f 8155 Kotzebue (Augaftus Von) 9 Plays 



Plays, 

QUARTOi 

//:? <^8i56 Jesuit's Play at Lyons, in Prance, b. /. 

^ 8157 John (Wm.) Traitor to Himfelf, a moral Jniet' 
lude — — Oxford xd-j"^ 

// 8158 Johnson (Saml.) Hurlothrcmbo 1729 

/ / S159 — — (Chas.) Love in a Cbeft, Farce, For- 
tune in her Wits, Com. Force of Friendfiiip, 
Tr, 1710. Gentleman Cully, 170a 

// 8160 Gentleman Cully, Com. 1702.— 

Wife's Relief, Com. Injured Love, Com. 
Intriguing Widow, Com. 1705 
y, 8161 Jones (John) Adrafte, or Woman's Spleen, Com. 

Tr. 1535 

/' 8i6x Johnson (Ben) Sejanus, his Fall 1605 

/^/ 8163 Jordan (Thos.) Walks of Ifllington and Hogf- 

-- - • / Gen, Ccw, — . — 1657 

'3 /:P C ' 



368 iP/ifjfj— Quart*. 

(// 8164 Keate (Geo.) Monument in ArcadiA 1775 

I J^ 8165 Kelly (Hugh) Wotks, portrait 177^ 

1 J, 8166 KiLLiOREW (Henry) Confpiracy TV. 163& ^ 

{//i^ 8167 King and Queen's Entertainment at Richmond^ 
) j aMafqut — — Oxford \f3lt ' 

\ /< 8168 KiRKE (J.) Seven Champions of Chriftendome 
1 1638 - 

J\^ii6g Knave in Graine new Vampt, C«m» by J. D. 
I 1 640 

/^! 8170 Knyvett (R.) Rhodan and Iris,a Paftaral 163a " 
^^ 8171 KvD (Thos.) Spanifh Tragedie — 1610 - 
^j^ 817a Lacy (John) Dumb Lady, 1672. Saonjr the 

Scot, Com. 1708. The Old Troop, 1672 
^' 8173 Lee (Nathl.) Pnncefs of Cleves, 1697. Theo- 
dofius, Tr, 1678. Rival Queens, TV. 1677 

^ 8174 ■ Sophonifba, 1697. Lucius Juniu» 

Brutus, 7r. i7o8« Princes of Cleves, 1697. 
Theodcfins, TV, 1708, Csfar Borgia, 7r, 
1711 
^($^8175 — ■ ' ThcodoflUB, TV, 1680. Gloriana, 

1696. Caefar Borgia, 3r. 1691. Oedipus, 
Tr, 1479 
/4 8176 — — Flays, IB 2 vol, — 169* 

/ ^ 8177 Lodge (Thos.) Wounds of Civil War, TV. 1594 - 
\ y^ 817S Lower (Wm.) Phcenix in her Flames, T>. 1639 - 
j Polyeuftes, Tr, 1655. Horatius, Tr. 1656 

-^j/^ 8179 Lucas (Hen.) Earl of Somcrfet, TV. with 
( Poems — — 177^ 

<^ 8180 Macklin (Chas.) Man of the World, Com, 
portraits — — *793 

^ 8181 ' — portrait ii, 

/ 8182 Maidwell (L.) Loving Enemies, Com, 1680 
x>|/8tg9 Maine (Jafper) City Match, Com, Amorous 

f Warre, Tr. Com, 1658 

^ 8184 MANLiY,Almina, TV. 1707. Lucius, TV. 1717; 

L«ft Ixiver, Com. 1694 
/ gjgg . Lucius, Tr. 1717. Almyna, TV. 1707 

/ 8186 Manning, Generous Choice, Com, 1700, 3 
I copies 

/ /^ 8187 Marmyon (Shackerlcy) Holland's Leaguer. - 

\_ _ Com. 1632. farie Companion, 1633. Att- 

O^^ / tiquary, Com. 1641. Holland's Leaguer. 

/ an Hiftor;cal Difcourfe, front, 1631 



P/ays.— QuaTto, 369 

y^> 3t88 Ma&kham and Sampson, Herod aid Antipa- 

ter — — — 162* 

^7^ 8489 Mario (Chriftr.) Jew of Malta, Tr. i6J3. 

Ditto, title tvanting 
J 8igo Marston (John) Malcontent — ^ 1604 

^ 6> 819 1 — — — — — —-— ih, 

/ 8iQ2 Mason (John) MuUeafes the Turke 1632 

/ Si 93 Ditto, written title ib. 

^ 8194 Mas8inger (Phil.) New Way to pay Old 
Debts, Com. — * 1633 

:? ^^ 8195 May (Thos.) Heire, Com, — 1633 

// 8196 Mead (Robt.) Combat of Love and Frlendlhip, 
Com, — — — 1684 

</ 8197 Mercuriirs Britanicus, Tr,Com. 
/^ ^ 8ig8 Meriton (Thos.) Love and War, 7r. Wan- 
dering Lover, Com. 1658 
ii 8199 Mermion (Shackerley) Antiquary, Cwni titU 
'wrote — — 1641 

,/; 8200 Middleton, Game at Chefs, imptrf. The 
Changeling, 1668 

8201 Michaelmas Terme, 1630. Game 

at Chefs, title 'wanting 

8202 Mayor of Quinborough, Com, 

1661 
/j'.f 8203 ■ I ■ Mad World my Matters i6o8 

/^^ 8204 World toft at Tennis, front, 

^ 820J ■ ■■■■» and Rowey, Faire Quarrell> 

' 2 copies — — i;99.i622 

/ / 8»o6 MoLiERB, Love's Contrivance, Com, 1703 

The Mctamorphofis, Farce — 1704 

/^ 8207 Moire (Edwd.) Plays, Poems, and Fables, 

1756 
^,/ 8208 MoTTBusE, Beauty in Diilrefs, 1698. Love's 
a Jeft, 2 Copies, titles tuanting. The No- 
velty, 1697 
/^/8209 ■ Arfinoe, an Optra^ 1707. Tho- 
rn yris. Opera t 1707. Britain's Happinefs, 
Interlude^ «707« Love's a Jeft, Com. 1696. 
The Novelty, •697. 
^1 . 8210 Na»bf8 (Thos.) Playes, Markcs, &c. in 1 vol. 
^^ 1639 



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^j Vail Nero, Trrgcdy, newly Written 16^4^ 

A 8zT2 NoRTOW. Paufanias, TV. 2 copies 1696 

8Z13 Oldmixon, Grove, or Love's Paradice, an 
Opera \ jqo 

^ 8«t4 Oratorios, Entertainments, &c. a parcel ' 
8«i5 Orrery (Ld.) Mark Anthony, -Ccfflr. 1690, and 
The Ragged Uproar, or Oxford Roratory 
/^ 8216 Otwat (Thos.^ Souldier's Fortane, 2 parts, 
! 1681.4 

j Heroick Friend/hip, Tr. 1719. Don Car- 

\ los, Tr. 1704. Orphan, Tr. 1705 

^5'!{^ 8217 Oxford Roratory, or the Ragged Uproar 

^8218 Paike (Nevil) Siege of Conflantinople, 7>. 

y 1675 

^8229 Morning Ramble. C»/w. 1673. 

I ; Siege of Conftantiiiople, Tr. 1675 

^ /^ 8220 Peaps, Love in its Eflafie, 164^ ^ 

' J 8221 Perabo (Ant.) Valfei oiOa L'£roe Scozzexe^ 
Parma 
^8222 Philips (Ambrofc) Diftrefl; Mother, Tr. 2 co- 
I pies 

/f /j 8223 Fix (Mrs.) Conqucft of Spain, Tr. Deceiver 
I Deceived, Com. i6g8. Ibrahim, Tr» 1696. 

' Adventures of Madrid, Com. Spanifti Wives, 

Com. 1696. Queen Catherine, TV. 1698, 
Innocent MiftreCs, Com. 1697 

/J'. 8224- Ibrahim, TV. 1696, Double Diftrefs, 

' Tr. 1701. Czar of Mufcovy, Tr, 1701. 

Falfe Friends, TV. 1696. Queen Cathe* 

fine, i6g8. Innocent Miflrefs, Com. i697» 

I . ^,.. Spaoift Wives, Parte, i6y6, 2 copies 

( /* (^ 8225 Plays, imperfeft, viz, Heywood's Iron Age, 

I j 2 parts, &c. 

!/^ 8i26 Mifcellanies. The Maid the Miftrefs, Com, 

{ \ Conqucft of Spain, Tr. 1705. Love and 

\ Friendfliip, a Strenatat 1734. Lycida, a 

I Ma/que, 1762. Inliitution of the Order of 

' ; the Garter, 1742, &c. 

/i 8227 — Siege of Rhodes, 2 parts, 1633. Hamlet, - 
TV. in I vol. 1677 
/ ,/A^ 8128 — The Baftard, Tr. 1612. The Loyal Lo- - 
— — ■^■' . — vers, TV. Com. by Manuche, 1652. The 



Piig^/— Quarto, 37 « 

The Juft General, 7r. Com. by Ditto, 1652. 
Alphonfas, Tr. by Chapman, i6i;4. The 
Hetaors, Com 1456. The Changeling, by 
Middleton and Rowley, 165}. The Spanilh 
Gipfie, by Ditto, 1653. The Widow, Co«, 
by Ben Johnfon, J. Fletcher, and T. Mid- 
dleton, 1652, in I vol. 
^ S230 — — Edgar, Tr, by Rymer, 1678. Tamerlane, 
Tr. by Saunders, 1681. Valentine, TV. 
1685, The Traytor, TV, by Rivers, 1692, 
in 1 vol. 
/J| 88JI — — She-Gallants, Cfl/w. 1696. Heroick Love, 
Tr. by George Granville, 1 698. jew of Ve- 
nice, Com, 1701. Britifii Enchantes, TV. 
1706, in I vol. 
/di 8«j« •-^— by John Leonard v in i vol. 

f 8233 -i John Baruaby, in i voK 

J 8134 — ^ Corey, in i vol. 

/\/t ^*35 Plays, (39) by Crown, Durfey, Brown, Bet- 
terton, &c. in 3 vol. aniforroly bound, and 
No. vol, 20, a I, 23 
/4 ^ S«3^ («6) by Wilfon, Dryden, Steele, Dur- 
fey, &c, in 3 vol. 

/ 8*37 (20) Beaumont and Fletcher, in i vol. 

/y 8238 —7X9) by D'Avenaftt, Drydeu, and Joyner, 
' in vol morocco^ gill letevtt — 1 663 

M (j 8239 «— - (22) by Cowley, Porter, &c. in a vol. 
/I ^ 8140 Pleafant Comedie, called a Woman will have her 

I Will — » I^O< 



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jANGBATNE (Gerard) I^ivea of Engliih 
Dramatick Poets, continued by Gildon 

morocco^ gilt leaves t Oxford 1691 

1713 
1727 
1 701 

»73J 
1710 



Lee (Nathaniel) Works, 2 vol. 

Lewis (David) Philip of Macedon «— 

Lil'c of James Haynes — 

Robert Wilks, partrait — 

Thomas fiettertoa, portrait 

William CoB^revCv wiih bis Last Will 

and Charafters oJ his Writing! ' '73© 

George Anne Bellamy, 6 vol. in 3 178 J 

I David Garrick, by Oavif, 2 vol 

.1784 
■ by Murphy, » vol. /*r- 

trait — — i8oi 

Lillo (George Works, 2 vol. — 1775 

Lilly (John) fixe Court Comedies 1632 

Love and Hopour, a Dramatick Poem, 1742. 

Cure for Love, a Comedy, 1739. 
Mc Donald (A.) Plays and Mifcellaneo us Works 

1791 
Macklin (Charles) Memoirs of, portrait 1804 
-^-— — Life of, by Kirkman, 2 vol, 

portrait ^ — 1799 

■ '■— 9 Plays, with Catalogue of 

his Books 



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Engli/bTbeatre, £^r.— Oftavo. 3f7^ 

/ //] ^*^9 Mackliniana, as felefled from the European 

j Magazine, z vol. 

/^\6 «26o Marfh (Charles) Amafis, King of Egypt 1738 

/^ 8261 Mar fton (John) Workes «- 1635 

Jl 826a Mafon's Elfrida, with Reniarks on Ditto, ia 

; I vol. 

/i^ 8263 Maffengeif (Philip) Three New Playes, Raffta 

2j 8264 ■ ■■ ■■ Roman Aflor 3*^1722 

826J ' Works, by Coxeter, with 

critical RefieAions on old Dramatic Writers* 
hy George Colmao, 4 vol. nuith portrait, 

1761 

/f 8a66 I Works, with notes, by W. 

GifiTord, 4 vol. portrait — 1 805 

/- 8267 ' Life, with Account of his 

Writings — — '779^ 

-^1 ^ 8a68 May (Thomas) Agripina — ^r. 1639 

j^j 8269 Meilan (Mark Ant.) Dramatic Works 

afj 8270 Memoirs of Hippolite Clairon, in z vol. i8co 

8171 — . > . I Samuel Foote, j vol. with portrak 

180$ 

8272 Memoires de Jean Monnet, 2 tom. 177s 

^ 8»73 Men (Humours of) an lotetlude at a Country 

School — — 1691 

M 8274 Middleton (Thomas) more DifTemblers befides 

Women, Com. — — 1637 

/^ 8275 Middleton (Thomas) Witch, TV. Com. rtprinttd 

by Mr. Reed, 16 copies folded 1778 

/A 8176 ' ■ 20 do. do. 

/A^ 8277 — 20 do. do. 

/^ 8278 — — - ■ — 20 do. do. 

^ 8279 ' 10 do. do^Jint paper 

y 4 8280 ■ ■ 10 do. do. do. 

^, ^ 8381 8 do. do. 

/; / 8282 ■' ■ Numbered 65,^«/fl/*r,yl'w;<rf 

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/ ^ 8284 — .— 67, do. 

^ 8285 68, do. 

^: ^ 8286 -. 69, do. 

6 8287 ' 5 copies, fint paptty frwti 

^ 8a88 ■ I I — ■— 5 do. «-» do. 

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] j^ 8189 Middleton (Thomas) Witch, Tr, Com. uprinttd 
hy Mt. "Reed t ^copies tji/te faptrf/nve J 

oT^ 8*90 with MS. 

Lift of Perfons to whom Mr. Reed has pce- 

fented copies 

^^8291 Mitchdl (Jofeph) 3 Plays — 1730 

///! ^*9* Moliere's Plays, French and Engliftj, in 8 vol, 

platetby Hegartb, i^e. — 1732 

/ 6^ ^'93 Momus turned Fabulift — 1729 

S" 8294 Moore (Edw.) Dramatic Works, portrait 1788 

(1^ ^829^ More (Hannah) Sacred Dramas —. 1782 

y^ 8296 Mountague (W.) Shepheard's Paradifc 1659 

, .r^ 8297 MtTuntford's Six Plays — 1720 

j ^ 8298 Murphy (Arthur) 15 Flays 

J? 8299 — . Works, y vol, per/rails 1786 

j ^ C' 8300 Mylne (James) PJays and Poems £<*«. 1790 

^ 8joi Nelfon (James) AiFeflionate Father, Com. t^c, 

1786 
f'^ 8302 Newcaftie (Duke of) Country Captaineand the 
Varietie, 3 Comtdies — 1649 

rC 8303 O'Bryden andO'Beirne's Plays 1785, &c. 

^ 8304 Oratorio's (7) by Handel, &c. 
/I 8305 Orrery (Boyle Earl of) Dramatic Works, 2 vol. 

'739 

/^ 8306 Otway (Thomas) Works, 3 vol./or/rfl/V/ 1757 

3\6 8307 Pandora, Com, — — 1664 

/ 8308 Pafquin (Ant.) Children of Thefpis 1791 

/ 8309 PaRor Pido, by Fanftiawe — 1676 

^83x0 Paftor Fide, by Waicrlon — 1633 

^8311 > n^ 

8311 PetiandeTf Tr. morocco f gilt Heaves 1731 

8,13 Perfidious Brother, Tr, — 1716 

^ 8314 Pilon. 6 Plays 

^ 8315; PUuteas, Co>iiedies by Echard -. i<7i5 
^ 83 '6 f ' — Cooke, vol. 1 1726 

//V 8317 — — — — ■ ■ ■ Thornton, 5 vol. 1769 

^ 8«i8 Plays, (9) by Ayres, Andrews, and Atkinfon 
8319 . — (,9) by Banks, Buckingham, Bacon, 
Bricges, Brooke, Burgoyne, Burncy 

/J' 6320 — — - (i^)by Delap, Dobbs, Downham, Do- 

/4.^.6 ' vtr,Drury,&c. 



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; /[^ 8341 Plays, (10) by Euiny, Fabian, Fennell, &c. 

1/^^33*2 (!6y by Gambold, Gentleman, Good- 

I enough, Gordon, Green, Guinnetc 

/l/^l 8343 — _. (30) by Holcroft, Holm'an, Home, 
; ^ Hull, &c. 

/(^ 8ja^ . (25) by Jephfon, Jerninghatn, Joddrell, 

Jones, iic, 

8315 (16) by King, Langford, Lennox, Lloyd, 

Love, Lynch 

83*6 (37) Various, 8vo 

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/_2i 8328 —— .(^o) do« 12010 

/j2: 8389 (46) do, Dodfley's Collections,; as fird 

edited with the MS, corre6lions and addi- 
tions by Mr. Reed 
4 8330 — — (40) Various, 8vo 
/ 8331 — — (32) do. do. 
<^ 8332 — )4i) do. do. 

8333 (3:^^ .do. do. 

^ 8334 — — (47) do, 8vo. and j2mo 

8335 (72) do. 8vo. and imo 

8336 C4P) do. 8vo 

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^ 8338 (24) Anonymous, from 1730 to 1740 

^ 8339 — (2») Do. 1751 to 1769 

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/A 8342 -— (28) Do. Svo 

8343 The Death of Adam, 1763. The Fatal 

Prophecy, 1765. Old Bachelor, 1723. All 
Vows kept. Amorous Widow. Hurlo- 
j thrumbo, Eurydice hifs*d. Three Hours 

' after Marriage, &c. in 3 vol. 

//»C- 8344 -^— The Quakers Wedding, 1723. Ignoramus, 
JroMt, 1736. Lawyer's Fortune, /roa/. 1736, 
Philoca% &c. in I vol. 
^'^8345 — — Country Laflcb. Perplexed Couple. The 
I Doubting Lovers. The Gotham Eledlion. 

Fortune Hunters Matches in New^gate. 
The Lucky Prodigal, &c. in 3 vol, 

y ^ 8346 Fair Circafljai^. Abra Mole. Sir Walter 

-| KiWi^h, portrait, Ajax, Elefla, Oedipus, 

±^\/f ^ &c. 2 vol. 



3^6 Englijb Theatre, W^.— Oaavo. 

J\^ 8347 Plays, Lofc and Duty. The Comproraife, 

Sefoftris. Female Fop. Rival Mode?. 

i The School Boys Malk. Les Fantomes efc 

' Le JaloQx, in z vol. 

i\ 8348 — - Virginia. Appias, Serairamii. Sir Tho» 

' Owerbory, 1 vol. 

^ 8349 — Humours of Oxford. Mother in Law. 

Man of Tade. Hofpital for Fools. Bath 

Unmafked. Capricioos Lovers. FateofViU 

lany. Modifli Couple. DilTembled Wanton 

&C. 2 vol. 

83^0 ■' in Latin, Loiola, Stoicos Vapulans, 

Cancer et Faria, in 1 vol. 1648 

f^ 8351 — — Love's Dominion, byFleckno, Mariamne, 

&c* I vol. 
/ 6 835* — Lady's Tfiumph, 1718, City Ramble^ by 
Knipe, 1715, i vol. 

£. / ^353 School for Scandal, Duenna, ice 

Dublin 1786 

^ 8354 — —ii^-— «_ I i*. 

/^ 6 ^35$ Secret Plot, 9>. by Rupert Green, 1776. 

Redowald, 1767. Oroonoko alter'd by Ft. 
Gentleman, Glahovo 1760 
^ 8356 — — The Sailor's Daughter, by Camberland, 
\ and the Soldier's Daughter, by Cherry in 1 

vol. 
/^^ 8357 •— The Chambermaid, 17 JO. Author's Farce 
i 1730. Hurlo Thrumbo, 1729. Tom Thumb 

'1 the Great, 1731. The Slips, a F«w, fccin 

a vol. 
8358 — — Four, by Francis and Glover, in i vol, 
^ %^^<) — — Twenty.feven Tragedies, viz. Antonio> 
by Godwin, zSoo. Arminius, by Murphy, 
1798. Panthea. The Siege of Crezeo, Hk. 
8vo. 
A f. 8360 — (Five) Juvenile Frieadfljip, 1801. The Fair 
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gj5i _i.. (Twenty-one) Deaf and Dumb, 180'. The 
Indifcreet Lover, 1768. The School for In- 
gratitude. &c.in 8vo. 
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Crols Parnaffiiin Bagateiies^ I79i< The CoU 
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/ :$. ^j6j — — Thirty-four) The King can«ot Err. The 
Hermit converted. The Capricions Lady, 
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/-9 €364 — — (Twenty.fix) The Royal Academicitiis, 
1 786. Barnaby Brittle, &c. 

^^ S365 (Thirty-eight) The Tragedie of Cleop*- - 

tra, by Thomas May, 1639, &c. in izmo. 
gj56 _ — (Six) Agrippina, TV. Cleopatra, TV. 
by Thomas May, 1654.. The Cid, 1650. 
The Fool would be a Favourite, by Lod, 
Carlell, 1657. Love's Labyrinth, by Tho- 
mas Forde« 1666. Bellum Grammaticale 

8367 -■ by Robert Jephfon, Jolia, Tr, 17 87 

8j68 — . (Nine) by Jofeph Reed, The Superannua* 
ted Gallant, 1745. Tom Jones, 1766. The 
Reg ifter Office, 1761, &c. 

8269 (Five) byMr, Johnfon. The Cobler of 

Prcfton, 17 ?6. Love in a Foreft, 17x3, 
&c. 
/4 ^370 -"-— (Nineteen) various, by Morton, Macken- 
zie, Macnally, Martin, Miles, More, Mo- 
Tell, Mottley, Marray, &c. 
8371 — - (Six) by Newton, Neville, Odell, and Og» 
borne 

8371 — . Oftara, The GoWen Pippin, faid 

by Mr. Reed to be a Curiofity, &c. in i 
vol. 
/^/^ 8373 — — (Eighteen) by Phillips, Paterfon, Pottinger 
Porrett, Pratt, &c. 
^ ^374 «— ' (Eleven) by Pitcairne, Richardfon, Roome 
Rafpe, Rogers, &c. « 

^ 8375 (Twenty-one) by Smythe, Taverner, 

Toofcy, Thompfon, Thurmond, &e* 

71^8376 Waldron, VVeddell. 

Wood, Walwyn, Wallace, Warwick, &c. 
8377 — — The Tufcan Treaty, Tr, 1733, and Por- 
traiture of Socrates /rnjsmj 
/ ^ 8378 Playhoufe Pocket Companion 1779 
/ <^ *379 Polyxena 

/(/ 8380 Prologues and Epilogaes a ColIeAiou of 4 vol. 
j/^ 8381 Ralph's 3 Plays 



378 



^/tfy/.— Qgarto. 



/I 8f8t Ramfay (Allan) Gentle Shepherd, &c. i vol. 
/] 8383 Randolph (Thomas) Mufes Looking Glaffe 
J 171J 

3 8384 Relapfe and Provoked Wife (Vindication oO 

179S 
B385 Riccoboni'j Hiflory of the Stage 1754 



i 8387 
1^8388 



Plays. 



QJJARTO. 

Porter (T.) Villan. Tr, 1663. The Carnival 

Com. 1664 
————— ijjants tit It 

FowEn (GeOTge) Treacherous Brothen, Tr, 
1696, 2 copies 

i -_ H. 

A very Good Wife, Com. 1693. Fiiendfhip 
Improved, 7r, Impofture Defeated, Com. 

1698 

; S 8390 OuARLEs (Fr.) Virgin Widow, C««. 1656 

/y ^8391 ■■ .» ■ f'A, 

/^8392 RANDOLfH (Thomas) Jealous Lovers, Cm, 

1631. Hey for Honefty. G»«. 1651 

■ Aciftippus, 1635, Hey 
for HoneAy 1651 

Rave KsCROFT (Edward) Italian Hulband, TV. 
1698. Dame Dobfon, Cmv. 1684. Canter- 
bury Gueils, Com. 1695;. Titus Andronicus, 
TV. 1687 

■ ■ ■ -■' Wrangling Lovers, 
Com. Carelefs Lovers, Com. 1673. Scara- 
mouch, CcM. 1677. Citizen turn'd Gentle- 
man, Cottit 1672. Titus Andronicus, Tr, 

1687 

/ C397 R A wLiN 8 (Thomas) Rebellion, TV, 1640 

/j^8398 Rhodes (RichardJ Flora's Vagaries, Com, 1670 

_ 1^] 8399 Rider (W.) Twins, 2>. Gw. 1655 



^.^8393 



// 8396 



/»/«;/.— Qutrto. 349 

/t39^ RowR (Nich.) Jane Shore, T>. t copies. Lady 
Jane Gray, TV. 1715. Ambitious Step Mo- 
ther, 1702. Tamerlane, Tr. 1703. Fait 
Penitent, TV, 1703. The Biter, Gnr. 1705. 
Ulyffes, TV. 1706. Royal ConTert, 1708 

^ 8400 RowLBY (Samuel) Nobte Souldicr. Tr, 1634 - 

8401 — — .- — ^ When you fee Me, Yoa know 

Mcc, front, — 1632 " 

8402 - (William) New Wonder, a Woman ne- 
vervexed, Com. — .1632 - 

^ 840} Rymer (Tho.) Edgar, or the Englilh Monarch,, 
1678, & 9 other 
8404 Sampson (Wm.) Vow Breaker, or Faire Maide 
of Clifton — 1636 - 

~ 840$ Saundb&s (C.)TamerlaDe the Great, TV. 1681 
^ 8406 Scott, Mock Marriage, Com, 4 copies 1696 
^ 8407 Sedley (Charles) Anthony and Cleopatra, Tr, 

1677 
^ 8408 Seneca's Troas, Tr, 1686. Thebais Hippolitus >- 
6. 1, impt 

8409 — Odavia, b, I, imfrinttd by Htnry Dtnbam '^ 

8410 — his 10 Tragediej, ^. /. 1581 " 

/ ^ 8411 Saint Serfb ^Thomas) Tarago's Wiles, Com» 

1668 

^ 8412 Settle (Elkanah) Emprefs of Morocco, Tr, 

1698. City Ramble, Com. World in the 

Moon, OptrOf 1697. Cambyfes, Tr, 1699. 

Virgin Prophetefs, O/rw, 1701. Paftor Fido 

C; «4»3 — '■ — — 1673 

Ambitious Slave, TV. 1694. Herod and Ma- 
riamne, TV. 1673. City Ramble. Female 
Prelate, TV 1680. Diflrefl'd Innocence, Tr, 

1691 

8414 — — ._— . 2 copies. 

Female Prelate. Pallor Fido, and City Ram- 
ble 
^ S41J Shadwblx, (Thomas) Amorons Bigot, Com, 
1690. Pfyche, To. s copies, 1675. Royal 
Shephcrdefs, TV. Com. 1669. Epfom Wellg 

Com, 1676. BoryFair. Com. i686 

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P/fljf/.— Quarto, 

SHADW£i.L (Thomas) Woiks, in 1 vol. contain* 

ing 17 Plays — 1693 

Shaklspeare (WilUam) Hamlet, TV. 1676, 

Mealo^e for Meafure, 1700. Birth of Merlin 

i66a 
I 1 " 1 ■■ » '' r ' i ' , " , , 1 .^ Loves Labour Loft, 
title tuattting, 163^. Birth of Merlin^ 166c. 
Meafure for Meafure, 1700. 

Chronicle HiftoriS of 



King Leir, reprinted on Up. from 1605 



for, Ccwt 



ih. 

Merry Wives of Wind- 
-— i6i9 



3\ 8423 

/ «4*4 
^^, 84*5 



1630 

Sharps (Lewis) Noble Stranger 1640 

Shipman (Thomas) Henry IIL of France 1678 

Shirley (James) Condant Maid, Com, 1640. 

TheGamefter, 1637. The Grateful Servant 

Com, 1630 

Marty r'd Souhdrer, 1638. 



r . 84^6 — ^ 



/ 



"8427 



Conftant Maid, Com» 1640. The Fleine, title 
nuanting \(iio 

The Opportunitic, Com. The 



4/ 



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>1 '84*9 
^ 8430 

^8431 
843* 

'^433 



Martyr'd &>aldicr, 1639, Gratefull Servant, 
Com, 1637 

Triomph of Peace, a Ma/que, 



1633. The Wedding, 1629 

Young Admirall, 1637. Tri- 



umph of Peace, a Mafquty 1633 

Smith (Edmund) Phxdra and Hippelitus, 2 co- 
pies 

SoMMER (Henry) Orpheus and Earydice 1740 

South ERNE (Thomas) Oroonoko 7r, 1660. 
Fatal Marriage, 1694. Fate of Capua, 7r* 

1700 

■ ■ " ■ — 1696. 

Sir Antony Love, Cow. 1698. Wive*5 Ex- 
cufe, Ci>;n. 169:. Maid's Laft Prayer, Com. 

1693 



^ 



/ 



P/fl;/.— Qgarto. 381 

A^HH STAPLeTO^* (^obprt) Step Mother, 7>. Com, 
1664. Slighted Maid, tit^ moanting 

^\(^Si3i : : ' — ih 

Slighted Maid, Coi^, i€6} 
^ 8436 St no J E (Wm.) Floating Ifland 1655 ' 

/: 8437 Tasso Apinta, 1628, 2 copies. Amintas 169S 
8438 Tate (Naham) Injured Love, TV. 1707. lOaad 
Princefe, 1687. Duke and no Duke, 168^. 
Brutus of Alba, 1697. Loyal Genera], ?r. 
1680. Duke and no Duke, 1563. Ingrati- " 
tude of a Com. Wealth ~- 168 s 

/j\^ 8439 Tatbham (John) Scotch Figgaries, no title 
Diftrafted State, 7r. i6$i. Rump, Com, 

i66o 
{{440 Tavern ER (Wm.) Fatal Bride '704 

8441 Theobald ^Lewis) Pcrfian Princefs, Tr, 17 17. 
Perfius and Andromeda, 1730, 4 copki. 
Perfidious Brother 
844a Tomkis Albumazar, Com, z copies, 1634, At- . 
heifts Tragedie, by Cyril Tournier, i6i» 

8443 TRAPP(Jofcph) Abra Mule, TV. ' 1704 

8444 Trotter (Catharine) Revolution oi Sweden, 
Tr, 1706. Fatal Friendlhip, Tr. 1693, & i 
other 

g^^5 mm..-. . ■ ■ Plays (5) in one vol. 

169G 
f 8446 Tragedie of King Charles ift. 1649- Shufflings 

Cutting and Dealing in a Game at Pickquet ^ 
from 1653 to 58 
8447 Two Merry Milke Maids, by J. C. 162^ 

8447 TuEE (Samuel; Adventures of 5 Hours, TV. Com 

1664 
^ 8449 Valiant Scot, by J, W. "* '^^7 

S\^ 8440 ; ■ ■ ; ■ — io» 

^ 8451 ■ WeHhman,/ro»/. — 1662 

/\ 8451 Vanburgh (John) Falfe Friend, Com, 175V 
^fop, Com. 1701. Confederacy,' Com, i-joa 
Miftake, Com, 1 706 

j^ 8453 — iEfpp, large paper, morocto 

I 1697 

4 /i 8454 Walker (T.) Wit of Woman, 1705. Viftori- 
^JZl^ ^^'^ ous Love, by W. Walker, 1698 



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^: 84s; Wbb ST BR Devil's Law Cafe, TV.Cmm. 162J 

:^ 8456 — .— . ■ M. 

^\/f 8457 •"" Dutchcffe of Malfy, 1678. Urrfortu- 

I Date Ditto, 7r. 1 706. Appius and Virginia 

! '65* 

3 8458 ■ ■ Tr, i6«3 

/^ 8459 Wbst (Rich.) Hecuba, TV — 17*6 

/^ 8460 Wild, Benefice, Com. —. 1689 

^^ 8461 WiLKiNs (George) Miferies of Inforft Manage 

/i '^' 

fe>| 1462 •■ '■ ' ■ ■ ■ ■ I ib» 



Thirty-eighth Day's Sale. 

EngUJh theatre, 

OCTAVO ET INFRA. 

J.OT 

^ 8465 Richardson (wiiiiam) Maid of Lochii* 

i8ot 
^ 8464 Roach'a Hiftory of the Stage 1 796 

/* 8465 . I inttrltavtd with 

MS* additions by Mr. Reed 

/ /8466 Robinfon's Intriguing Milliners and Attorniea 

I Clercki,/r0»/, — 1738 

/ 8467 Ro It's SclcaPiccea — 177* 

j//^ 8468 Rowe (Nicholas) Works, t vol. 1747J 

\ 1^1 §469 Roxan8» 7r»a.Gul Alabaftro^/fM/. 165a. 



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I _^(^8470 Ruggie*« ignoramvLS,/rent. 

1 /!^847« 



3«5 

1630 



1737. Ignoramus Lameo* 



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— — — by Hawkins, frtnil/pitct 

Rymcr and Gildon View of the Stage 169J 
Saul et David, Tr. — 1760 

Seneca's Thyeftca, Tr, — 1674 

Serre, Tho. Morus — Paris i6§j 

Settle (Elkanah) Siege of Troy, a Barthlomew 

Droll 
Schiller Don Carlos, Tr, — 1 758 

I III ■ ■ -^ Fiefco, Tr, •— 1796 

— — Robbers, Tr. The Minifter, Tr, 

1798 
Shadwell (Charles) 5 new Plays 1720 

Works, Vol. I. /. /. 

Dublin 1720 

Shakbspiare (William) Works, by Rowe, 6 

vol. l.f, — 1 709 

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8492 
8493 



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— ■■ publiflLed 

by Bell, 9 vol. with //fl/« — 1774, 

Johnfon 



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»778 

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y ^ i ^8494 Shakbsfbare (William) Works, by Mabne^ 
' J I vol, L p. hoards — 179O 

2^ 8495 — — ■ Johnfon 

y ' and Steevens, i^vo\. Urge paper, yi'wh Hzr- 
6\x\^*iflatttSCtYfintimpreJjOHt, hoards 1793 
N. B. only 2; copies printed on this paper 
// / '496 I from Se- 

ven's laft edition, q vol. \%xtiO. hoards 1793 

J7.r «497 ' lohnfo 

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boaidt 
"/* ^8498 I fundry of the Plays, 

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y 8450 r - . Twenty Plan's, as 

printed in 4to. publilhcd by Geo. Steevens, 
4 vol. — — 1766 

/J/ji^o — — ■ Six old Plays pabli- 

Ihed by Do. 2 vol. — 1774 

//Vv^Ssoi — — Five Plays, publi- 

'^ (bed by Jennyngs, ^Ai/tfi — 1770 

^850* — — ■ — — Lear and Cymbeline 

with notes of Various Comraentators, 2 voU 

1703 

6^3 Trn-r""^, and Two 

Gentlemen of Verona, by Chalmers, with 
flatts — «8oj 

/i^/8504— — — = -..^^^^-^ Macbeth altered by 

Lee, and Rowe, with ptrtrait of the Laft 

1699 

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•8507 ' (»7) 

various hands 



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1758 

J^ g^OQ , _.,.;—. Malone's Supplement 

to, 2 vol. — 1780 






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■ Concordance to 1(778 

.^^ .. ;■ (Index to) by Ayf- 

cough — — 179^ 

' ' ' ■ I Twifs, 

2 vol. — — ,805 

, — — — Catalogue of Capell, 

1777. Ditto of Pictures in the Gallery 1779 

and Gloffarial Index to the edit- in ig vol. 
■■■" ' ■ - ■ ■■ Catalogue of Capell, 

4 copies -. — ,77y 

■ — ■ ' Rape of Lucrece 

1655 
— (Beauties of) 5th. 



edition 



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— Critical Remarks on, 

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j^ / 85}! Shakespeare (William) Obfervations on, by 
Upton — — 1 748 

1/1^8532 — — — . Comments on, and 

! ! on Beaumont and Fletcher, by Mafon 1798 

y^i 853^ » — ■ Fragment on, by Shcr« 

lock, 1786. Parr's Story of Othello, with 
remarks on. Plumptre Appendix to Obfer- 
vations on Hamlet, 1797* Dirrill's remarks 
on the Temped, 1797. Fin negan Attempt 
to llluftrate a few palTages in, 1802. Re« 
marks on fome of the Chara£lers 1785 

^ fcj^ Curfory Criticifms on, 

as publilhed by Malone, 17921 Malone's 
Letter to Farmer relative to the Edition of, 
1 790. Macbeth reconfidered in an EfTay to 
. Malone 

^ 8555 ■■ Cnrfory Criticifms on 

as pabliihed by Malone, 1 1 copies 
^J 8536 Shakfperiana, a large AiTemblage of TraCks, 1^ 

various Authors, relative to Shakfpeare, 
neatly bound in 9 vol. N. B. this Article 
muft be a mod Deiirable acquifitioa to any 
Gentleman wiihing to compleat his Collec- 
tion 
/ / 8537 Shakfpeare Papers, as publilhed by Ireland, 9, 
Trafts on 

/^<P «5}8 — — — . Ireland's Vindication of hii 

condufl relative to, 1796, with Vortigern 
Henry II. and Precious Relics, or Vortigern 
rehearfed, 1796 

^8539 — — — — William Hen. Ireland 

Con feffions relative to 1805 

/k/j 8540 Farmer on the Learning of, 1767 

Dennis on Ditto, 1712, and Twenty-one 
other 

//| 8541 — — Papers, Chajmers Apology for the 

Believers in, 1797. Supplemental Apology 

for Ditto, 1794. Appendix to Do. iSoo 

" ' ■ ' - ' ■' 2 vol. 




4 



1 



EttgUth Theatre, Vr.— Oaavo. 3*7 

4\^^SA3 Shakespeare Papers, Malone's Enquiry Into, 

. ' '796 

/S\6 «J44 ''^f 

faper — — «^» 

^ 8545 ■■ (Another Eflence of Malone, or 

the Beauties of an editor, 2 parts 1801 

^ ^8546 Seneca's Tragedic?, by Sherburne 170* 

^ (^ 8547 Sheridan (R. B.) Dramatic Works, ^or/ra// 1798 

>- 8548 i— — School for Scandal, portrait 

1781 

(^8549 — g copies, 

in French, 1788-89. The Ciitick and 
Duenna 
/ 8550 Shirley (James) Six new Playes 1653 - 

^8551 Smollett (T.) Flays and Poems — < 1777 

^'8551 Stage Condemn'd and Acquitted, 1699 1706. 
Reflexions on Do. 1699. 
8553 Stage Condemn'd and Acquitted 1698 

^ 8554 Stages (Antient and Modern) furvey'd, i6gg. 
Coraparifon between the two Stages, 1702 
855;) Stanley (Edw.) Elmira, a Dramaticly Poem 

[ . »790 . 

855^Stayley (Geo. Life of an AAor, 2 vol. Dublin 

Jt 8557 Steele (Richard) Draraatick Work?, portrait 
' , »736 

JU 8558 — .— — — portrait 

I t7ia 

y ^8559 ■ Theatre, with the Anti-Thea- 

tre, 2 vol. ' — — 1791 

/a 8560 Stevens (Geo. Alex ) Plays, tec. 1751-80 

^1^^8561 Stillingfleet (Ben) Plays, newr either fintjbed or 
publijhed, the only copy Mr. Reed ever faw 
^/£[/j 856a Strathmore (Lady) Siege of Jerufalero, 1774. 1 
Note, this Play, never publi/hed, a very few ■ 
Copies only printed^ and given atway. The 
Siege of Jerufalem, by Mrs. Mary Latter, 
1763. 
/JT 8565 Stobbe, Fraus Honefta, Com. — 1(^30 — 

^ 8564 Tatham (John) Fancies Theatre 164.1 - 

4^6 856? Taylor (Edw.) Remarks on Tragedy 1774 



}. 



8S« 



£t^ifi Tbeutre, ^/-.o^Oftavt. 



1^ 8566 Terence, a new Traaflation of the Self-Tor- 

' ' ihentor and the Brothers Oxford i 777 

/ J" 8567 -— — de Dacier« j torn, avec fig. mtrocca 

I j JmJI, .717 

\yj S568 by Colman, « vol. — 1768 

I ^-^ 8569 Ternary of choice Engiifli Plays i66t 

I ^ S570 Theatre (Britifli) a vol. with additions in MS. 

Duilin i7;o 

8571/ « ' • in I vol. — 

8372/ .^ 

gj-pg in France, England, and Italy 

gjy^ Francois, * torn. _ — Amfi 



1/ 



3 

/ 8577 
^1^ 8578 

4 8580 
/r 8s? i 

V<^858a 



8p5 Theatres of London, by Oulton, 2 vol. 
8576 Theatrical Portraits! 138) 



«75* 

176a 

1735 
1796 



Review, 2 vol. 
Biography, 2 vol. in one 



I77» 

i77r 



i/ 



/c^: 8584 



^ 



y 



8585 



Records, 1756. Ditto Di£lionary 

part of 

Diaionary — — 179* 

Remembrancer, by Egerton, 2 vol, 

inttr/tuved 1788 

.».. -.— .,.^ — -. vol. I, fHterleavedp 

wiii MS, addiiious iy Mr. Reed i;88 

. .. - Tra&s, viz. Memoirs of the Life of 
Samuel Foote Life of iJarton Booth, ij$i» 
Do. of Robert Vi ilks, .^73 5. Memoirs of 
Thom&s W'-iloD, 1706. Do. of the Coun^ 
tefc of Derby, 17Q7. Do of Thomas bhe- 
ridan. Do- cf Mrs. fiil'.ington, 1 792. 
Beauties of Mrs. Siudons, 1786, and other 

II Duncan on the I.Hwialoefs of 

the Stage, 1787. kofcius AngUcanuj. 1769, 
and 21 other 

The St^Ji^e, the High Road to 



Ktll, an.' 54 other 
/^/^8586 '-ife of Barton Bo«h, 1733, 

and II othr 

8587 (i'i) 'f? ^ vol, 174410 '7^3 

/^/^*S^^ " : <"'^ "^ * ^*^* '7»6 to i7$d 



/^./, /, 



Number i and 5 



Inglijh theairt, 5^r.— .Oflayo. s^^ 



/a 



•589 Theatrical Trafts, Sketch of the Theatric alLife 
pf John Palmer ; 788, and c 3 o;Vier 
yyjt 8590 ' Statement of the Differences be- 

tween the Preprietor^ of Covcnt Garden, 
1800. EfTay on Plays and Maf(}uer2def, 
and 50 other 

^ $^91 ' oi» the Scot^fh Stage '795 

// /j ^i9* "~~" V\t- The Life of James Qaiir, 

1766. Rofalind, or an Apology fur Mrs, 
Dancer, 1759. 

/ 8593 — — Effay on Tragedy, by Guthrie* 

Life ot Thomas Betterton, i749, ^<^* 

^\ 8594 ■ " . Relative to Douglas, in 1 vol, 

J (r ^595 Themiftocles, Tr, by Samuel Madoen, morocco, 

gilt leaves — ^ — »729" 

</ <^ 85Q6 Thefaurus Dramaticus, » vol, — 1784 

^, t 8597 riiefpian Dictionary, or Dramatic Biography, 

portrait t — — ' — l8oa 

/// (^'8598 Vanbrugh (John) Plays, 2 vol. portrait 1759 

<^ (^9$gg Vidlor (Ben) Dramatic Pieces, 3 vol. I776 

^ ^8600 • — Hiftory of the Theatres, 2 vol. in 

one, 1761, and SBpple^lent,/p^uri/. xjft 

^ 8601 — I. « I ■ . ■ ■ 11.- 3 vol, 

1761-71 

/ 8602 — ; — — — ■ - I Supplemert 1771 ' 

/ 8603 Voltaire on Dranr)atick Poetry G/a/. 1761 

/ (/ 8604 Waldron (Francis) Sad ShoberH, Ac- ^^^$ 

// ^ 8605 Walpole (Horace) Myftenous Mother, portrait^ 

1781. Eleanors, or a t»ag:cal but true Caf« 

of Incelt in Gteat Britain, 175^ 

/ 8606 Warboys (Thomas) Preceptor, Com.- 1777 

jT /^y 8607 Ward (Henry) Dram-tick Pieces, &c. 1746 

jT^ 8608 (Wm.) Bii'et Mailer — E£m ,',%y 

■f 8609 Wiiincop (Thomaii) Scaniierbeg, with Lift o^ 

Dranutick Authors, plates — — i-47 

-^ (^8610 Whitehead (Wm.) Play » — ^774 

f ^96ii Whyte (Samuel) Theatre, a didaftjc Effay, 

Stc plates — DruitiK t',qz 

^ 6lbit Wilkes, alias Samuel Derrick's View of the 

Sttige ' — — — '759- 

__v^_8<i3 Wilkinfoft (Tate) Wandericg Patentee, 4 vqU 



K 



390 



Englijh Tbtatre, 5ff.— Oflavo, 



// 8614 Wilkinfon Tate, Life of, 4 vol. ih. 

%^86i^ Willett (Edvi'J Letters to Mr«. Bellamy 



»79» 



/J 



8616 Wilton's Contrnlt, Com. performed at Calcutta 

1:89 
8?»7 Wit», or Sport upon Sport, 2 parts 167* 

8618 Wyche.-Iey )Wm,) Plays — 1735 

8619 Young (I.) Memoiii of Mrs. Croach, i vol./«r- 

traie -^ — — 1 806 



J 



Plays. 



QUARTO. 

86ao] Wilson (]ohi))t:hcats. Com. 16'ji. 

V .;Belpheguor, TV. Com. 1691. 
fGtiJ -" "■ — Ditto 



Do. 1684: 



Jt^ 86«2 Wiljr Beguilde, Com. — 1655 

^8625 Wis£MAN (Jane) Antiochus the Great, Tr. 

«70» 
8614 Wtcherley (VVilliaro) Country Wife, Com* 
Plaiu DeS'Cr, «« /////. Gentlemar. Dancing 
Master, 1675. Plain Dealer, Com, 1678 

^^ 8625 ■ Love in a Wood, Com. 

J 694. Country Wite, Cam. .'675. Gen- 
tl'^tnan Dancing Master, Com. i jot, Blain 



J 



Df-aler, Com. lOs 1 
8626 ^ovcH, Sophister, Com, 



theatricals^ 



1639 - 



/ ^ 8627 BiUMOT*8 Greek Theatre, by Mrs. Lennox, 

I 3 v<.l. — — 1759 

4 Vj 86a7*Catalogue of Comedies, Tragi Comedies, &c. 

I I printed till 1611. Do. till 1675. Ode to 

Tragedy, by Boswell, 1761. Refleciiona 

on the pretended Patailel in the Piay of the 

D. oi Guife, :683. Conduct of the Four 

Managers of Covent Garden, 1768, and 

two other 



'tj 



Eng^fjb Theatre^ ^c^OSUvn, 59? 

/SL, ^36*8 Companion to the Pay-houfe, vol, 2d. iuterltaved 
4/0 j^te^ nvilb very considerable additions^ by 
Mr. Reed — •— 1764 

8619 Hcywood (Thomas) Aflors Vindication, their 
Antiquity, Antieiit Dignity, &c. A Refu- 
tation of the Apology for Adors, by J. G. 
; . 1615 

f ^^ 4 ^630 Langbainf (Gerard) Account of EngHfli Dra- 
matirk Poets, 3 vol. j^o.Jize^ nuith very ex» 
Unfive additons, in MS. by William Oldyt 
and Mr. Reed 
4\/i 8631 Marmontel, Chefs,— D'Oeuvre's Dramatiquea 

Paris tyj^ 

^ / ^6^1 Oldfield (Life of Mrs.) — 1730 

^\ 8633 Prynne Wm.) Players Scourge, or AftorsTra- 

geoies — — 1633 

S\j ^^l^^ Defence of Stage Plays, 1649. 

Treatise againA Stas;c Playes, \')i,, 
'r/!^-7i 8635; Shaivcspeare. Farmer's Effay on , interleaved wiib 
his onvH MS addit'om/t^r another edition ft'j 

^ 8636 ' ^Contes Moraux tiree's^ par Perria 

i-»83 

J /j 8637 — (a Fragment on) by Sherlock, 

1786. A Letter to Ge rge Hardinge on a 
Paflage, io Mr, Stevens's Preface, 1717 

cT* 86^8 fMS. Papers relative io) 

/ 8^?9 — — Reltored by Theobald 17*6 

i / 8640 - Trails on, by baaiuel Felton, &<:.f, 

-^ ^ with Account of Captll, in MS. by Mr.l'f' 

Raed, and his acknowledgiiig the ijock a;j 
iPtetentffom David Gcrrick 
8641 ————— (various readings on) by CapeH, 
part I8t 

J?i/^ 8642 — 3 voL 

portrait by BartoUzzi 
jy 8643 — ■ — an .Vi'fc^^ilany, by Waldron, por- 

traits — — — igoz 

//^ 8644. Theatres, Francois, par Beauchamps Varis 1735 
A S645 Theatrical Tra<J^s, viz- Moraus Tnumphans, 
' by Laiigbiiine, ift88. The Stage Defended, 

by Dennis, 17*6, and 25 other, in i vol. 



V. 



<f.^ 



39* 



Emgl^ Theatre, Ve.-^0€tiifO, 



/ // 6 ^^4<5 Trafts (47) Poetical relative to the Thettrtk, 
3 vol. 
8647 — — — viz. Dennis, Tmpartial Critick» 



s /r 



i6g;, and 2; relative to the 7'heatret 

8648 Winftanley (Wm.) Livet» of the Poeti, large 

MB, additions ~. — ^ 1687 

8649 Walker on Italian Tragedy, flatet — 1799 

8650 Play Bills (Country) Including a large coIIeAion 

of Stirbitch Fair, Winftay Theatre, &c 
85^1 ^ Drury-laae, Covent-gardea, 



/^ 



^ /j 8653 

n 8654 



/ 



and Hay- market, from 1794 to 1806 

-() (?ja — — — • curious, fome in the time 

of Garrick, and Advertifementa from the 
Newspapers in the time of Cibber, Quin, &c. 

Sadler's Wells. Aftley's Circus, &c. 

Advertifemcnts from the Newfpapets 






in the time of Cibber, Barry, Qijin, &c. 



FOLIO. 



/f 8655 B«Bumont (Francis) and John Fletcher, Conae- 
dic8 and Tragedies Lond» 1647 

/T 8655* . H I -*-^ heft edit, 

portrait » * . — '979 



/M 8656 c 



3f 



^^^ 



f\ 



and Country, a Play of 7 Afls, with 

Downfall of Sejanus, 'wood cuts, ran 173^ 
8657 Davenaut (Gir WilUaniJ Works, portrait 

Land, 1767 



8658 Hill (John) Orpheus, an BngUih Op«ra 

Lorid. 1740 

8659 Kiligrew (Thos.) Comedies and Tragedies 

London \SU^ 
^8660 — — (Will.) 4 Newe Plays Oxford 1666 
8661 Newcaftle (Lady Marchionef») Player 

Lond, 166 a 
866a FUySf City Match, 1639. Qaeeo of Arrogan. 

The Sophy, 1642 

8663 Shakespearb (Will.) Comedies, HiAoriesand 

Tragedies, firft edition, bound in 3 vol. 

elegant in RuJ^a, and beautifully inlaid by tbt 

,_ latt Mr, Htnderfen, additional portraits ^ 

^ Lond, 1625 



7 



Manu/criptt* 39j 

S564 Shakespbarb (WiLL.;^Come()ies, Hiftorles and 
Tragedies^ 2d. edition, odditional plates, and 
/ome printtd and manujiript nffrenctt 

8665 ■ 2d. edition, mpf' 

8666 ■. I.I. ., .— as pub- 

liAed by Bajdell, 9 vol. with the (malt 
plates and fome additional, half hound, rajjia 

bmei$iir.d twnirt., uneut 

i8(566* — ■ ■• large plates to ditto,/«« 

imprtffioHs, in port folio 
S667 — — ' by Boydell, proof (heets 

to Corialanus, Antony aud Cleopatra, and 

Julius Caefar 



Thirty-ninth Day *s Sale. 

Mamfcrip:s, 

Jj 8668 ABttlDGEMEMT of Poljrbiu», EngUfli 

tranflati(m, ^to- 
4 8669 Proceedings m fcjedmenr. Law Cafe^, &c. in 

Ml. Reed's own hand«writiDg, obJong ^to* 

Ifaac Reej, (une "8, i;6i 
8670 Letters from Mr. Hartlib to Dr. Worthmgton, 1 

Svo. cjpied at Fman ;el CcUtge, Sept. 1788, 

from Bakei's MS. JR. 
f7i MemuiiS of the mott remarkuble palfages in the 

Life and ^.*etth ot the kight Hon. Roger* 

Earl of Orrery, written by '^ho.nas Mor- 

rice, his Lord(hip*s chaplain, Svo. This 




394 



Ma/tufcripti, 



/^. 



d 



y3 



Af5. differs very materiaJ^fronoXhe account 
of Lord Orrery, prefixed to his State Papers, 
and is app'rently the authentic copy, con- 
taining many particulars wliich are omitted 
in the prniied account 

S672 A Diicourfe of Witchcraft, as it was afted in 
the family of Mr. Edward Fairfax, of Fejr* 
fione, in the couuty of Yoike, in the year 
i6s r. From the original copy, written with 
his own hand, 8vo. 
^ ^8673 A volume ia 8vo. wliich belonged to William 
Shenftone, Efq. Note hy Mr. Reed. I put" 
chafed it of T'om Davies, nvho bought bis Li' 
j brary. The fir Ji tnuo Epifties are in Shtnfiont^s 

fiuK hand-iurititig 

S674 Maroccus Extaticus, or Bankes Bay Horfe in a 
Trance, 410. believed to be Mr. Steevens's 
hand- writing, with printed extracts alfo and 
portrait 

8675 Alphabetical Index of Names, with the dates of 
the birth and death of each perfon, 410. 
Mr. Reed's owh band 

8676 A volume of nnpubhfhed and unprinted Fables 
by John Ellis, fciivencr and tranflator of 
Maphoeus. Note by Mr. Reed. It nvas given 
to me by Mr» John Stivellt bookfelUr, i» nvhont 
Mr. Ellis bequeathed his Manufcripts, See my 
ji<*»um* «/• Mr Eliij in the European Magazine, 
Jan. 1792, Urge 410. The volume is en- 
riched with fine engravings, appropriate to 
each fable 

8676*The Hiftory of king Richard HI. comprifed in 
five booke?, written by Geo. Buck, Efq. fol, 
/6 /j 867*/ The Surprize, or the Gentleman turned Apothe- 
cary, 4to. Latin and Englifh. The £ngli(h 
traoHation in verfe 
S 6 8678 Statuta Ecclffiae Cathedralis Elienfis recognita 
per Dom. Regem Car, II. 4to. 

8679 Of Algebra, oblong lamo. 

8680 Calling Book of Plays at Wynnftay, 4:0. Af5. 
- / and printed 



/ 



/^ 



\6 



MK 



^ 



^ 



Manu/crifU, 395 

8681 Here beginneth a merry gefte of the Frere and 
the Boye, 410, Steevens's hand-writing- 
Metrical 
^ 8682 Anecdotes, Memoranda, &c, relative to the 
Lives of fundry eminent perlons, 3 vol. 8vo. 
Mr. Reed's own hand 
^ ^ 8685 The Snuff'Box, a Poem, AfS. note by Mr. 
Reed, ^his is an otiginal unprinted Poem^ by 
Wm. Shenstojte, Eiq, in his own hand- | »;r 
writing. See what is faid of it by Mr. 
Graves in his •* Recolleftion," p. 90 

8684 Pampbilia to Amphilanthas. Songs, Sonnets, 
tec. written in the time of (^ Elizabeth, or 
James I. beautifully turiiteH aifd boi^nd in mo-: 
focco ^to. 

8685 An Accoant of the Plays performed at the 
Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, 1 748, &c. 
i2mo. 

86S6 The Death of the Black Prince, a Tragedy, 4to. '7 >7 ^^ 

Mr. Reed's Note. Thit MS Tragedy, the | ' , - -^^i 
author of *wbieh is uninoivn, luat bought at the P 'r^' 

Sale of Dr. Sharpens Library 
yy 8687 The Sham Philofopher, or Country Gambol, a 
^ Comedy of two Ads, taken from Marmon- 

tel, 4to. 

8688 Craft and Credulity, a C/»«»-Jy »f three Adh, 
4to. 

8689 A New Peep behind the Curtain, or a faithful 
I Narrative of the Theatrical Hardfliips fuf- 
I tained by the author of Dido, 4to. 

y^\ 8690 The Generall, a Trag^ Com. fol, 

^ 86gi Odes of Anacreon, imitated in blank vcrfe, 4to. 

^ ^869* One Word for the Country Gentlemen, or an 

j Examination into the Confequences of en* 

larging Farms, 410. 
j\ 8693 Materials for an Eflay on Tragedy, in fix Sec 

J tions, 4to. 

^ 8694 MS, Plays anon, in 2 fmall 4to. vol. 
J /J 8695 Madrigal and Trulletta, a Mock-Tragedy, 410- 
y 8696 Green-Koom Chit Chat, a Prelude, 4to. 
J <^ 8697 The Schemers, a Farce of two Afts, 4to. 
^ 8698 The Ifland of Fools, a Farce of two Ads, 4to. 



<H 



89^ Manu/criptt. 

/{ / 8699 Tbi original copy of part 0/ Gra/s Pomi, i» hh 

\ oivv haHd-iuriting. 

j&\ y 8700 The Gofpel of the Infancy, or the Apocryphal 

Book of the Infancy of our Saviour. Tranf- 

lated from the Latin Verfion of Henry Sike, 

from the Arabick iW5. fivo. Note by Mr. 

\ Keed, T6it MS. is ij old Elln, tie /crivener, 

1^ and in his hand vyriting. See an Account 

■H of him in the £urop. Mag. He was a deter- 

y mJngd unbeliever in the Scriptures, which, I 

I fu/pofe, was his inducement to this trauf- 

I lation 

8701 Odes and Imitations from Horace, &c. 4to, 

8702 Letter of David Garrick againft Mr. Steevens, 
with Obfervations and Explanations, by Mr. 
Reed, MS, and printed 

8703 A MS, of Dr. Goldfmith, in his hand-writing, 
given to Mr. Reed by Mr. Steevens, fol. 

<^^ 18704 Catalogue of Mr. CapeKs Shakefperiana, pre- 

. I ! fenied by him to Trinity College, Cam- 

; ' i>''ioge, 4to. Given to Mr. Reed by Mr. 

Steevens, by whom the MS. is written 

/// ??0S ^rief Hints and Memoranda concerning Englilh 

; Poets, 410. Mr. Reed's hand-writing. 

/\ j^, 8706 The Beauties of Modern Poetry, containing a 

j I feleflton or uic mcft beautiful and ftriking 

I I paflages from the works of Akenfide, Anfty, 

' &c. apparently intended fur publication. 

I All in Mr. Reed's handwriting, 410. 

/U?w/ JB707 Receipts of Diury Lane Theatre for Sepr 

I \ tember 15, 1747, the commencement of the 

i _ management of Garrick and Lacey, to May 

i 30, i754» 4^*^* Mr. Reed's own MS. 

^Vi 8708 The Bcke of the .Soldan, conteyninge ftrangc 

I matters touchynge liys Lyie and Deaihe, 

and the Ways of his Courte, in two partes, 

^ limo. MS. Note by Mr. Reed. Thie for«^ 

going ivai nxrittet! l>y Getrge S/eevent, tfq. 

: trova whom 1 receivrd it. ft was compofed 

merely to impofeon "a literal y friend," an4 



''~y7^% M'i '^s effefti for he was io far deceived as 



1 



ManufcrifU, 



S97 



(o its authenticity, that he gave implicit 
credit to it, and hath himfelf put down the 
perfon's name in ^ho^^ poffeffion the ori- 
ginal books were fuppofed to be, J, Reed, 
1780 
// 6 ®7°9 Ambler and BIrtha, or Drollery fung to the 
foolifh Lovesof two County Turtles, billing 
in an odd Hundred in Eflcx^ 12 no. 

/ IS710 Obfervarcions Hiftoficall and Chronologicall on 

the Conftitution, Cuftoms, aid Ufage of the 
Middle Tennple, Charles Woriley, May 10, 
1734, 4to. cooft. p. 217 

/J 87 u Poems on feveral Ocfafions, fol. conft, p. agS 
^^8712 A Nt)te of all Mafter's Frizes, Provoil Prizes, 
Schollers Prices, and other necefTary Mat- 
ters, &c, Tranfcript by Mr. Reed. Swo'd 
mnd Dagger prizes, 16 pages 410. ends with 

1585 

/) y/ 8713 Theatrical Memoranda in 4 to. MS. and printed. 

Note at the beginning. ''* Thefe Theatrical 

Meuoranda will be ufeful to any perfon 

I who may be inclined to Write a Hiftory of 

I the Stage. J. Reed 

8714 The Earle of Leycefter's Ghofte, fol. A Poem, 
I printed in 1641. 

/ 8715 A Difcourfe on Tragedy by VInceozio Gra?ina, 
to his Moft Serene Highnefs, Prince Eugener 
of Savoy. Enirlifli Tranfl. M ^agcs 16^ 
^ 8716 Poetry 00 a few folio ftieets 
'A 8717 A Play in 4to. Enter Anienora;nd Learchus 
, ^ 8718 Theatrical Duplicity : or a Genuine Narrative 
^ y of the Condua of D. Garrick, Efq, to Jo- 

feph Reed, on his Tragedy of Dido, con- 
taining all his Letters, &c- 4to. pages 107. 
Note, " The Author's Original Copy givetf 
to me by his fon John Watfon Reed, ihzc 
Reed." 
/^ ^tl\^ Here foloweth how a merchondd dyd hys wyfe 
I betray. Tranfcript by Mr. Steeveos^ frotii 

—j Univeifity Library, Cambridge, Ff. 8.-38^^ 

/ ^ Metrical 



i^ 



£ 



39* MaHufcrifii 



A4 



8820 Lift of Roger Biican's Works, in difFcrent Li* 

braries, oa a half (hect of paper 
88tf Infc'iptions on, Monuments in Churches, 2cc. on 

2 or 3 leaves 
882a Nctes by Mr. Stcevens and Mr. Pegge, oa 
. Doofley'i old Plays 

/// 8823 The Prece^ncy.ot the Peerage of England, 
greac Officers, &c. t^n^o. 
/ / 8824 Demanues Joyous, «5ii. Tranfctlpt by Mr, 
Steevens from D. 5, 2. Univeifity Library, 
Cambridge, 4to. 
J t^ 8825 Extrafta qusdam e Regiftro Prioratus Caftleacre 
j in Cora. Norfolk, olim Bibliotheca Dueve- 

j fiana nunc A Dni 1721, in Bib. Harl. 410. 

\/j / ^^^M- c^arcac. conft. p. 90 

8826j^oems and Trsnuations, on a few folio leaves 
8827 Obituary of literary Men. Mr. Reed's owa 

writing 
S8a8 MS. Extra»fis by Mr. Steevens, from a ilf.9. be- 
longing to King's College Library, Cam- 
bridge, 01 vhich Mr. Bryant gives the fol- 
lovv\.ng accountc 
** it feems to be written in thk provincial dia- 
led of one of the weftern Counties, and in 
many refpeds fimilar to that of Pierce Plow* 
man. The fubjeft of the Poem is the Hiflory 
of William, a Royal Foundling and of Wer- 
woir, ujr -nXt^x^, i>v wasprefej-vcd^ By 3 Wer* 

wolf is meant a Wiaarcf Wolf, ^t;x«»5^f«9ro« of 
the ancients; which was rupporea to have 
been a wolf fo changed from a Man, and to be 
gifted with human intellefl. The whoie is a 
tranflatiun from a Romance Poem in French 
for which we ate indebted to Humphrey Bo- 
hun. Earl of Hereford, who wa? nephew to 
King Edward the Second, as we are informed 
in the Poem, 410. x 8 Iheets 
6829* MS, Tranflations which have never been pub- 
liihed of Dr. King's Tcmplum Libertatis, 
by John Ellis, the fcrivener, tranflator of 

I Maph<eus. They were given to me by Mr. 

Sewell, to whom he left his MS, J. R. 410. 

^\/j 8830 Reed's Law Notes, 410. 



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Mafiisfcrfpis, 399 

jp^ 8831 Chronological Memoranda relating to the 
*; State, ? zmo. ^Vir. ileed*s own hand- 

writing. 
I 8832 Ditto, of Plays anii Aathi)rs, 4to. Mr. Reed*« 
own MS. 
8833 Notitia Dramatica. both prfnted and manufcript, 
Contaioi ig5 a t "ironoi' >«?'«•*! Account of 
the chic* incidents reUtiag to the EngMlh 
Theatres, from Nov. 1734, to 31ft Dec. 
i7'<5 Colle£te<' ircn various fourcs, but 
chiefly the PoMick Advertizers which were 
lent me by Mr» Woodfail, for the purpyfe. 
This volume contains the moft materia) fadis re- 
j lating to the Theatres for the la ft fifty year?, 

and will be nfefal to any perfbn who may 
wifh to compile a Hi^^orv of the Stage, 
I IS A AC REED, Staph' s-Inn, Aug, 6, 1 784. 

8834 Notitia Jaridica; or Account of eminent law- 
yers, VI ith fine Portraits, MS. by Mr. Reed, 
j ' large 4to. with a few panted papers 

/ 8835 The Country Gambol, a comic Opera, ia three 
' Afts, and diliinft books, ^to. 

8836 Theatrical Obituary, 4to. Mr Reed's own MS* 
a!phi<betically arranged 
/ ^ S837 Mr. Keed's Lilt and Remarks of EDglifh tn&f- 

lations of the Claffics, 4to. 
^\ S 8838 Tranflation of the Iliad, 3 parts. 2 in b-«» x in 

: 4to. Eng'iih Blank verle 

3\ ^ 8839 Notes on bh.kefpeare, ♦to. anon 
A^ 8840 Coins, weights and Meafores of Bengal, fol. 
.f 8841 Sundry Law walet, Wilts, &c. 

8842 Articles against Dr. Richard Bentley, Sec 
S843 The Angler's Affiftaijt, or the Epitome of the 
whole Art of Angling, written on Vellum, 
and fundry Mifcellmie , on paper 
f /^ 8844 Lettrrs, relating to Articles that have appeared 
in the European Magazine. Anecdotes of 
Dr Johnfon, and funury Articles relating to 
; Biography 

/^ 8845 ^^^ Geneah gie of the Mackenzies, preceding 
' the Year 1601. StidUge and Wonderful Pre- 

"^ ^ didioas of Chriiiopber Love, &c. 



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400 hJauu/crifts, 

S846 Grammatical and Mathematical (a parcel of) 
/; ^ - 8847 Extrafts from the Books of the Stationers' CoiA- 
^ pan/, copied by Mr. Reed 

/I 8848 Lift of the Matters and Fellows of Emannel 
j College, from 1584 to 1787, copied by Mr. 

' . Reed 

d^ 8849 Effay on Witchcraft, Three Slight Eflay« on 

Mafic 
/^ 4 8850 Explanation of a Prophecy \u Ifaiah, on Free Will* 

Teft Laws, &c. 
^ 8B50*Bury St, Edmunds (An Account of) with plate, 
Hiftory of St. Paul's, School and a Ceremo- 
nial for the Reception (of His Majefty King 
William 
/6 8851 Hiftory of Tobago, Various Eflays in Verfe and 

Profe, &c. 
S'\ 885* Colleftion of Old Songs fet to Mufic, with the 

1 Initial Letters ornamented with Drawings 

r 8853 Treatife of Lordlhips Marchers in Wales 
|(;/V88j4 Sir Walter Raleighs Inftruflions to his Sonne* 

&c. 
\i 8855 Narrative of a Journey from Loudon, to Ant- 
i werp, by Scott. Whitelockes Hiftorie of the 

i Parleraent, &c. 

^ 88^6 Infcription in Bath Cathedral, and 7 other 
/ 88f7 Ovids Epiftles, tranflated by John Elli», 5 vol. 
^ 8858 Quippes for Upltart Newfangled Gentlewomen. 

. Acconnt of Mr. Buchinger, with Drawing 

I ^ 8859 Recueil des Ana, 2 xmxa, 
y^L 886o Anecdotes of the Timoa. Ky Charles Allcftree 
• '^ ^ 8861 Obfervation*, Moral & Hiftorical • 
' 4 /j 8862 Remarks on feveial parts of Italy in i;oi, Me- 
moire du Gouvernement de la Ville de Ge. 
neve 
//; 8863 Life of Hyder Ally, Defcription of the Fort of 
Gualiot 
8864 Sermons (4) by the Rev. Mr. Sterne in his own 

Hand-writing 
886; Letter, whearein part of the Entertainment onto 
the Queen's Majefty at Killingworth Caftle 
in Warwick'lheer in this Soomers Progrefa 
is fet forth 1575 




Manufcripttt 401 

^■/J 8866 Pope {Alexander) relative to, in Manufcript and 
I " Print 

' -? j^ 8867 Killigrew's Abftraa ot Title to the Play-Houfe, 
from 14. Car. II. to 1684. Letters fromKil- 
ligrew, and other Papers relating to him and 
his Family, foUa 
yj. 8869 Burnett on Education. D. of Newcaftle Eleaion 
j Inftallation as Chanceyor of the Univerfity 

I of Cacr.bridge, and 6 other 

^4^8870 Sandes (Sir George) Narrative, Manufcript and 
, , Print, curious Account of the prefent Tera- 

1 pie Church 

3 /6 887* Poetry, a large parcel of, chiefly (ingle (heets 
y 8872 ' The Squire of Dames, by John Ellis, in 

the flile of Spenfer, and 4 other 
J^ <^ 8873 ■ " Stanza's on the Death of Dr. Johnfon, & 
feveral other 
S874 ■! TheMufes upon the Banks of the Forth 

with a colle^ion of Monkilh Epitaphs, from 
an Ancient Manufcript at Strawberry Hill, i» 
I vol. 
/// 887 J Chronologia Dranaiatica, in 12 parts, by Mr. 

Reed 
/ 8876 Plays (11) 

/^ 8877 Coventry and Chefter Myfterics, copied by Geo. 

Steevens ^ 

4 8878 Hamlet alter'd /lom ^naKeipeare 
/^ 8879 Middleton fTho.) Witch, 7>. Cow. copied by G. 

Steevens 
^ /j 8880 Bufiris, TV. moncco gilt leaves, and four other 
/ 8881 Shakefpeare (propofed Emendations to) Supple « 
ment to the Comment on Shakefpeare, by 
\. Monck Mafon, & a parcel relative to the 
Stage 
/A^ 8882 Blank Paper book in r«^a, in which are inferted 
Three curious I.euers, of David Garrick, 
John Ellis, and Edw. Wortley Monnt^gue, 
with Print of Church at St. Marv Leiteller 



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8883 Deeds various (14) Privy Seal of King Henry 
VIII. &c. 



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ManufcripU* 



W 8884 Deeds relative to the Appolntraeat of Samael 
Browne as one of the Governors of the 
Charter-hoiire, with the Aatograph of va- 
rious Noblemen, &c. i64f« Ditto grant of 
Arms to Anthony Jeokinfon, emhlaxoned 

'568 

3 6 8^:35 Seals ^8^ I'n W«A ft. Mciat 
^/^-^ J886 Roman Coins and Msaals, 200 In No. 
f/ti 8887 'nExcELtEi»T GoLo Watch; by Mudfre 
j^ ^ 8883 Gejitolosiyt^f Ltieall Dtjcent^ of the Family of 
the Skipwjth's, in the County of iork^ 
about the ume of Henry I. or Stephen, col- 
lefted out of the Charter., in the Cuftody 
0/ Wiilitm Skipwith, Efq. a large Manufi^ript 
roll c« velluntt with the Armt btauUfuUj tm» 
blaxoned 



Prints, 

Six, A Moonlight after Vandemeer, by MilUr, 

Turkifh M<}fque, by IFalkir, CSff. 
Nine various. Two by C<i*o/, of Set Engage^ 

ments, &c. 
Six, by Bafire, Antiquarian Prints 
Tvro, by /foffar/i^. Portrait of Ben. Hoadley, and 

The laifriece 
Twelve, Views in Venice, .o^^ CammAlttt* 
Seven, various, Mnliciens Ambulaas, by Ctok^ a 

proof. Heopeck'd Hufband, &c. 
Ten ot Shakfptare's CharadUrs, by MortimtTf 

fine 
Four after ^iiiany Triumphis Mortis, &c. 
Six, by Morghen, Antich)ta di Pefto 
Seven, after Sahator Ro/a 
Five, Englifti Topography, View of London and 

Southwark, &c. 
Six Ditto, Chirk Caftle Denbighlhire, by Tomi, 

Haflar Hofpital, &c. 
Eight, Plans and Elevations of Kookby Houfe, 

&c. 




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Printi, 403 

v| ^8902 Seven of the Lakes, &c. by ^mith, Btnoijl^ end 

r.6 8903 Six large Views, by T. Smiib 

^* 8904 Seven Ditto, in Cambridge, by Loggaitf (fc» 

f' 8905 Nine various Vifws, &c. by Rooker, t^c, 

y 8906 Fourof Stanton Harcourt by JVifwwi&jOT 

^ 8907 Eigetcen Views of Nobleinens Seals, by Kip, 

8908 Nine Portraits, Sir Tho. More, Archibald D. of 
Argyle, &c. 

8909 Two .■■!..- Thomas Tyrwhitt, me%. by J nt%^ 
Draoamond of Hawthornden, mtx. by f ia< 
layfoh 

8910 Five ■ ■! Willianr Lord Ruflel, hy Houhra* 
ken, J. Wilkes, by Miller, lA. Geo. Gordoa 
&c. 

891 1 Three — — - Robert Mafters, by Faeiut^ David 
Hume, «<•«. by Martin t froofy Chas. Rogers, 
by Rylani 

891 8 Eight Grinlin Gibbons, me%. by J. Smith, 

Arcangellas Corellius, mt%, by Do. Eyle 

Irwin, Arc. 
8913 Four Hon. Mf. Jaftice Wilfon, hy Mur» 

phj, Peter Ld. King, & Tho El. of Macclef* 

field, by Verita 
- 8914 Seven Sir James Burrow, by Bajirt^ Sir 

Jafeph Jekyll, Sir Ftancis Page, by Vtrtue, 

&c. 
^891 $ Five John Taylor, by Houhraktn, Rich, 

Smalbroke, by Vertuet &6. 
/j 8916 One .. . Dr. Boyce, after Hudfon, by Bromi' 

ley, fine froof 

8917 Three Mifs Catley, as Euphrofyne, »»/«, 

by Dunktrtea, Mr. Woodwatd as the Fine 
Gentleman in Letbe, mez. by Mc Ardtllj and 
Mifs Kemble, by Jone$ 

8918 Eight .- of Ladies, various 

8919 Eleven — George \, by Cbereau, William IIL 
me%. by J. Smith, Mary 11. mez. by J. Smithy 
Frederick Prince of Wales, nrs by Fabtrsd 
Smiib, Queen Anne, mt%, by Smth. Wf, 

f (r, 8920 One " ■ of Jn. Henderfon in Macbeth, mt%% 

^ / by Jntiy fitu proof 

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£923 
8913 



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Two, A View of the Terrple Gardens in 1671. 

and the Portrait of Cumberland, miz. proof 

One Hundred aod Fifty-five Portraits to SmoU 

lett*8 Fngland, *c. 
Mifcellaneous Prints^, f«veral from .Earopeaa 

Magazine, &c. 
Forty 'three Portraits, publilhed far Buropeaa 
Magazine chiefly proof* 
Ditto 



4 8936 

6 8g27 
S928 
8^39 
8930 
8951 

803? 
8933 

4 893* 

«935 
-^8936 




Topographical Prints, a large parcel 

One H^ndred and One Portraits, to Ditto many 

Duplicates 
Portcaifsand Prints, various, fome curious 
Prints to the European Magi;zine, a large parcel 
Suppltnaentto Grofc's Antiquiiies (Part of the) 
Hollar's Habits of Eoglifii Women, 1.6 prints 

1640 

Biographical Mirroqr, No. I Belhny'f Piftur- 

efque Magazine, 3 No. Antiquaries Mufeum 

No. >, Defign»toa Series of Ballads* by Hay* 

ley, engraved by filak^:, 2 No. 1&02, &c. 

Jivok^ (if Prints* 

Chcrchesin London (A Cata'ogtictof) built by 
SirChrift. Wren, from j66S, to 1718, en- 
graved by Hulfberg 

Lewi> Defigos on Architefiare, ttpl^e$ i;8o 

Portfolio with Icavts, boond in rough calf 

Adtiq^uitie?' of Joiikia, by the Society of Dilett« 
anti. part 2d. /^^//i — 1797 

HoGA R'TH • original JVorkt, on 10^ plates^ publi- 
Jhed by Boydeil — ' '795 

Venu'i Frofpefts in Italy, Aeneas Vico Gems, 
&c. pel iJe Rubeis, i^pr'tnts 

Views in England, by Rooker, Grignion, &c. 

* of Churcbei (jo) from Defigns of Chatc. 
Iain 



Printt. 405 

-^ //> 8945 Caricatures, by Bretherton, 38 Etchings with 

, 1 their Names, by Mr. Reed 

^ /4 <j ^4^ Watts colledlion of Views of Noblemen and 
Gentlemen's Seats^/«f imprtjjions j 779 



Prints^ framed and glazed* 



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8947 Three Portraits, Two in Oil C6lours, One io 
Pencil, I. Reed, Mrs. Cibber 
/ 8948 Portrait of David Garrick, after Pond, by 
I I Wood 

\^\ €949 Ditto in the Charafler of Richard III. by Ho« 
garth 
^ ! A 8950 Four, The Eleaion Prints, by Hogarth 

A 8951 Two, The Repeal of the Teft Aft, and Tet- 
. bury Church Struck with Lightening 

/L^Sg^a Cne, by Scott, Taking of Porto Bello 
/] I 895 j One, King John's Magna Charta, by Pine 
3\ 3 *9S4 Two, The Medley of Portraits for the European 
I Magazine, with Index 



89;$ A Deal Fainted Bookcafe, 5 ft. 10 in, wide 
7 ft. high, the upper part green wired 

8956 A Ditto, 4 ft. wide, 8 ft. 10 inches high with 
Drawers 

8957 A large Mahogany LJbrary Bookcafe, 8 ft. wide, 
7 ft 10 inches high, with Chinefe glazed 

___ Doors, in the upper part, and Wardrobe in 

3^.^ «- the under middle Compartment* 



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Ceveat Garden. 



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