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CATALOGUE 



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LONDON LIBRABY 



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1888 



CONTENTS. 



P\GE 

LIST OF MEMBEBS vii 



CONTENTS OF PUBLICATIONS FOBMING LONG SEBIES OF WfflCH THE 
TITLE ONLY IS GIVEN IN THE CATALOGUE, INCLUDING ALPHA- 
BETICAL LISTS OF PAMPHLETS AND PABLIAMENTABY BEPOBTS . 1-336 



CATALOGUE OF BOOKS FBOM A TO L ACQUIBED DUBING 1886-87 . - 337 



CLASSIFIED INDEX OF SUBJECTS 361 



LIST OF THE MEMBEES 



OF THE 



LONDON LIBEAEY. 

1887. 



Tlie * indicates the names of Life Members. 

H.R.H. The Prixce of Wales, Patron. 

Abbey, Rev. C. -J., Checkenden Rectory, Reading. 
*Abercroinbie, Rev. Ralph, 2 Albert Street, Shrewsbury. 

Abercromby, Hon. J., 21 Chapel Street, Belgrave Square. 

Aberdare, The Rt. Hon. Lord, Duffryn, Aberdare, Glamorganshire, and 
1 Queen's Gate, S.W. 
♦Acland, A. H. D., Esq., M.P., 35 Cadogan Terrace, S.W. 

Acland, C. T. D., Esq., M.P., Killerton, Exeter. 

Acton, E. R., Esq., Newham, Gloucestershire. 

Adam, Sir Chas. E., Bart., Brooks's Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 

Addison, Capt. Charles, 1 Holland Road, Brighton. 

AdMns, T., Esq., Long Hyde, near Evesham. 
♦Adrian, A. D., Esq., Mayfield, Elsworthy Road, Hampstead. 

Agg-Gardner, J. T., Esq., M.P., Carlton Club. 

Agnew, C. M., Esq., 39b Old Bond Street, W. 

Ainger, Rev. Canon, 2 Upper Terrace, Hampstead, N.W. 

Ainshe, A. D., Esq., Delgaty Castle, Turriff, Aberdeenshire. 

Airy, Osmund, Esq., Solihull, near Birmingham. 

Akers, Very Rev. G., The Presbytery, Fairfax Road, Kingston-on-Thames. 

Albemarle, The Earl of, Quiddenham Hall, Larlingford, Norfolk. 
♦Aldridge, John, Esq., 20 Prince's Gate, Hyde Park, S.W. 
♦Aldridge, Rev. Robert, 20 x\ugustus Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Alexander, Mrs. C, 30 Belgrave Square, S.W. 

Alexander, Major-General H., Hartley Court, Reading. 

Allies, T. W., Esq., 82 Gloucester Place, Portman Square. 

AUison, R. A., Esq., M.P., Scaleby Hall, Carhsle. 

Alma-Tadema, Miss Lawrence, 17 Grove End Road, N.W. 

Alston, Mrs., 86 St. George's Road, S.W. 
*Ames, Reginald, Esq., Windham Club, S.W. 
*Amphlett, E. G., Esq., Woodside, Clewer Hill, Windsor. 

Anderson, Archibald, Esq., 44 Connaught Square, W. 

Anderson, John, Esq., 78 Porchester Terrace, W. 

Anderson, John, Esq., 1 Craster Road, Brixton, 

Anderson, Dr. John, 71 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 

Anderton, Mrs. C. Ince, 31 Bryanston Square. 



LIST OF MEMBEES OF 

Andre, J. H., Esq., 127 New Bond Street, W. 

Andrews, Henry, Esq., The Grange, Loughton, Essex. 

Antrobus, E. L., Esq., 45 Brompton Crescent, S.W. 
♦Arbutbnot, F. F., Esq., 18 Park Lane, W. 

Archdale, G., Esq., 37 Hyde Park Gate, S.W. 

Archer, E. H., Esq., Hill House, Hampton, Middlesex. 
*Armitage, Eev. Edward, 4 Via San Martino, Macao, Eome. 
*Armitage, Eev. F., Newenham College, Heidelberg. 
*Arnold, Charles Comber, Esq., Clare Hall, Halifax. 
*Arnold-Forster, Hugh 0., Esq., 2 Onslow Houses, Onslow Square, S.W. 
*Arnold-Forster, Miss F. E., Wharfeside, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Leeds. 

Artliur, Eev. W., Clapham Common, S.W. 

Arthur, W. E., Esq., Miligan Hall, Taunton, Somerset. 

Arundell of Wardour, Lord, Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wilts. 

Ashley, Eev. G. E., Stretton Eectory, Hereford. 

Ashley, J. G., Esq., Woodside Park, North Finchley, N. 

Ashton, A. J., Esq., 1 Arlington Street, W. 

Aspinall, J. P., Esq., 2 Cleveland Square, Hyde Park. 
*Aspland, L. M., Esq., 47 Linden Gardens, Bayswater, W. 

Atkinson, Eev. M. A., 5 Driffield Terrace, The Mount, York. 

Atlay, Jas. Beresford, Esq., 48 Pelham Street, S.W. 

Atwool, Eev. H. C, Harlesden Vicarage, N.W. 
* Austin, Antony, Esq. 

*Austin, W., Esq., Ellernmede, Totteridge, N. 
*Aveling, Eev. F. W., Independent College, Taunton, Somerset. . 

Baber, F. Vilhers, Esq., Balliol College, Oxford. 
*Babington, Eev. A., Judde House, Tonb ridge. 
*Bacon, His Honour, Judge, 1 Kensington Gardens Terrace, W. 
*Bagwell, E., Esq., Marfield, Clonmel, Ireland. 
Bailey, A. H., Esq., Thorney, Woodfield Avenue, Streatham. 
Bailey, Crosier, Esq., 22 Queen Street, Mayfair, W. 
Bailey, Eev. H. E., Great Warley Eectory, Brentwood. 
Bailey, J. C, Esq., 2 Tanfield Court, Temple, E.C. 
*Bailey, Sir J. E., Bart., M.P., 11 St. James's Square. 
Bailey, W. H., Esq., G Bedford Circus, Exeter. 
Baillie, Miss H. M., 43 Norfolk Square, Hyde Park. 
♦Baillie, Hugh S., Esq., 5 Upper Belgrave Street. 
Bain, Alexander, Esq., LL.D., University, Aberdeen. 
*Baird, Alexander, Esq. 
Baker, J., Esq., 33 Larkhall Eise, Clapham, S.W. 
Baldwin, A., Esq., Wilden House, near Stourport. 
Balfour, Lady, 6 Cleveland Gardens, Hyde Park. 
Balfour, Graham, Esq., Coombe Lodge, Wimbledon Park. 
Ball, A. J. A., Esq., 10 Southwell Gardens, S.W. 
Balmer, J. P., Esq., 5 Pittville Lawn, Cheltenham. 
♦Balston, W. E., Esq., 7 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 
Baly, Miss, Hampton Court Palace. 
Balzani, Count Ugo, Longridge Eoad, S. Kensington. 
Barber, Mrs. Samuel, The Grange, Hampstead Heath. 
Bardin, General G., 16 St. James's Square, S.W. 
•Baring, The Hon. F. H., 11 Portman Square. 
Barkly, Sir Henry, K.C.B., 1 Bina Gardens, South Kensington, Vice- 
President. 



THE LONDON LIBRARY. ix 

Barlow, J. R., Esq., Greenthorn, near Bolton. 
♦Barnard, Major R. Gary, Bartlow, Leckhampton, near Cheltenham. 

Barnes, Rev A. Stapylton, St. Agnes, Kensington Park. 
*Barratt, Francis, Esq., 107 Sloane Street, S.W. 

♦Barrett, Thomas Sqiiire, Esq., New Athenfeum Club, 26 Suffolk Street, S.W. 
♦Barry, Rev. H. B., Privy Council Office, Whitehall. 

Barstow, T. J., Esq., 9 Stanhope Terrace, W. 

Bartholeyns, A. O'D., Esq., Middles'ex Hospital, W. 

Bartlett, Rev. W. A., Wisborough Vicarage, BiUingshurst. 
♦Bartlett, W., Esq., Rainsford Lodge, Chelmsford, Essex. 

Bartrums Miss, 26 Bolton Street, Piccadilly. 

Bateman, Mrs,, Home House, Worthing. 
♦Bateman, Miss Isabel, 80 St. George's Square, Portsea, Hants. 

Bates, Miss F. E., Long Ditton Hill, Surrey. 
♦Battcock, Mrs. Arthiu:, Crawfurd Rise, Maidenhead. 

Batty, Rev. W. E., St. John's Vicarage, Fulham, S.W. 

Baumann, Arthur A., Esq., M.P., 44 Hyde Park Square, W. 
♦Baxter, H. C, Esq. 

Bayfield, M. A., Esq., Malvern CoUege, Malvern. 
♦Bayley, L. H., Esq., Bombay. 
♦Bayne, W. Thirlwall, Esq., Brockhill, Broad Clyst, Exeter. 

Baynes, F. H., Esq., Minchinhampton. 

BajTies, Rev. R. E., Wormleighton Vicarage, Leamington. 

Beale, Mrs. W. Phipson, 19 Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, 

Beard, Mrs., Mount View, GreenhUl, Hampstead. 

Beattie, W. G., Esq., 180 Piccadilly. 
♦Beaumont, Wentworth B., Esq., M.P., Bretton Park, Wakefield. 

Beck, Rev. E. J., Rectory, Rotherhithe. 
♦Bective, Earl of, M.P., 10 Stratford Place, W. 

Beckwith, Miss, Eaton Constantine, Iron Bridge, Salop. 

Beddoe, Dr. J., Chfton, Bristol. 
♦Beesly, E. S., Esq., 53 Warrington Crescent, W. 

Beet, Rev. Joseph Agar, W'esleyan College, Richmond, Surrey. 
♦Begley, Mrs., 26 St. Peter's Square, Hammersmith. 

Belcher, Rev. Brymer, Bodiham Vicarage, Hawkhurst, Sussex. 

Bell, Ed^vin, Esq., 4 Boreham Terrace, Warminister, Wilts. 
♦Bell, Ernest, Esq., 4 York Street, Covent Garden. 

Bell, Mrs. Evans, 9 Addison Road, Kensington, W. 
♦Bell, Rev. G. C, Marlborough College, WHts. 

Bell, H. T. Mackenzie, Esq., Reform Club, and 4 Cleveland Road, Ealing. 
♦Bell, John, Esq., 86 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, W. 
♦Bell, P., Esq., 55 New Broad Street, E.C. 

BeU, Major W. Morrison, 40 Pall Mall. 
♦Bence-Jones, Miss Ohvia, 64 Great Cumberland Place, W. 

Benham, Fred., Esq., 4 Albert Terrace, Albert Road, Regent's Park. 

Benham, Rev. W., 32 Finsbury Square. 

Benjamin, H. B., Esq., 37 Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 
♦Bennett, A. W., Esq., 6 Park Village East, N.W. 

Benson, G. F., Esq., 47 Blatchington Road, West Brighton. 

Benson, G. Vere, Esq., 13 Queen Anne's Grove, Bedford Park, Chiswick. 

Bentinck, The Rt. Hon. G. A. F. Cavendish, M.P., 3 Grafton Street, W. 

Bentley, G., Esq., 8 New Burlington Street, W\ 

Benyon, W. H., Esq., 9 South Cliff, Eastbourne. 
♦Berkeley, Robert Valentine, Esq., Spetchley Park, Worcester. 



LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Bernard, A., Esq., Copdock, Ipswich, Suffolk. 
^Bertram, Louis J., Esq., Ellangowan, Grouville, Jersey. 
Bertram, Sir George, Rock Mount, Gouray, Jersey. 
Besant, J. F., Esq., 67 Kirkston Road, Streatham Hill. 
Bec-ant, Walter, Esq., 12 Gayton Crescent, Hampstead. 
*Bessborough, The Earl of, 45 Green Street, W. 
*Best, The Hon. Henry M., 7 Connaught Square, W. 
Bethell, Commaiider G. R., R.N., M.P., Naval and Mihtary Club. 
Bethell, Lionel B., Esq., Chelsea Lodge, Chelsea Embankment. 
Betts, J. J., Esq., Pembury, Tunbridge Wells. 
Bevan, Rev. Canon, Vicarage, Hay, near Brecon. 
Bicknell, W. L., Esq., Arden House, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire. 
BiddeU, Sidney, Esq., 32 The Grove, Bolton, S.W. 
*Biehl, T., Esq., Muswell Hill. 

Bigelow, Poulteney, Esq., Bures Manor, Sidlow, Reigate. 
*Birch, P., Esq., The Priory, Forest Row, Sussex. 
*Bird, C, Esq., Sir Joseph Williamson's School, Rochester. 
Bird, John S., Esq., Bletchingley, Surrey. 
Birkbeck, W. J., Esq., 30 Thurloe Square, S.W. 
*Birley, Rev. E. H., Ellaston Vicarage, Ashborne, Derbyshire. 

Bishop, Mrs., 8 Prince of Wales's Terrace, Kensington. 
♦Biss, H. W., Esq., 35 Queensborough Terrace, Kensington Gardens. 
*Blackburn, Miss Helen, 69 Park Street, Bristol. 
Blackburn, W., Esq., 2 New Square, Lincoln's Inn. 
Blackburne, Miss Gertrude Ireland, Roodee Lodge, Chester. 
Blackwood, W., Esq., 45 George Street, Edinburgh. 
Blaikie, James, Esq., 6 York Crescent, Lower Norwood. \ 

Blandford, Rev. J. J., Spondon, Derby. \ 

Blaquiere, Mrs. De, 1 Hyde Park Mansions, W. ( 

*Bloom, Mrs., 36 Beresford Road, Highbury New Park. ) 

Blumenthal, Madame Jacques, 43 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington Gorei 
*Bodichon, Madame, Scaland's Gate, Roberts Bridge, Hawkhurst. 
Boggis-Rolfe, F. D., Esq., 69 St. George's Square, S.W. 
Bogue, G., Esq., 37 Grosvenor Square, W. 
Bomford, Rev. R. C, 6 Guildford Street, Gray's Inn Road. 
*Bonar, James, Esq., Civil Service Commission, Westmmster, S.W. 

Bond, E. A., Esq., British Museum, W.C. 
*Bond, Edward, Esq., Elm Bank, Thurlow Road, Hampstead, N.W. 

Bonhote, Capt. J., 2 Colhngham Place, Cromwell Road. 
*Bonsor, Thomas Owen, Esq., The Mansion, Richmond, Surrey. 

Bonus, Major-General J., 16 St. James's Square, S.W. 
♦Booker, John L., Esq., Ill Piccadilly, W. 
Booth, A. J., Esq., Stratford House, Ryde, Isle of Wight. 
Booth, Charles, Esq., 6 Grenville Place, Cromwell Road. 
Booth, S. B., Esq., Froywick House, Hatfield, Herts. 
♦Borlase, W. Copeland, Esq., Coin Samt Aldwyns, Faurford. 
♦Bosanquet, Bernard, Esq., 131 Ebury Street, S.W. 
Bosanquet, Miss Louisa, Pennenden, Maidstone. 
Boucherette, Miss Jessie. 
♦Bouchier, J., Esq., Ropley, near Alresford, Hants. 

Boughey, Rev. J., Malton, Yorkshire. 
♦Boulnois, C, Esq., 19 Russell Road, Kensington. 
Boulnois, Mrs. Stratton, Wigmore Chambers, Welbeck Street, W. 
Boulton, Matthew P. W., Esq., Tew Park, Enstone, Oxfordshire. 



THE LONDON LIBRARY. xi 

Bourdillon, F. W., Esq., Rother Lea, Midhurst. 

Boutall, Walter, Esq., 16 Clifford's Inn, Fleet Street, E.G. 

Boutwood, A., Esq., 2 Cornwall Terrace, Oakleigh Road, New Southgate. 
*Bouverie, The Right Hon. E. P., 44 Wilton Crescent. 
♦Bouverie, H. H., Esq., 32 HiU Street, W. 

Bouverie-Pusey, S. E. B., Esq., 21 Grosvenor Street, W. 

Boville, Cecil E., Esq., Grove Park Lodge, Chiswick. 

Bowen, Miss E. K., 14 Albert HaU Mansions, Kensington Gore. 

Bowen, Rev. W. E., Parsonage, Skinner Street, Bishopsgate. 

Bower, G. S., Esq., Boscombe Lodge, 45 Finchley Road, N.W. 

Bowlby, Mrs. G. R. S., Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W. 

BoTsyear, H,, Esq., 81 Jermj-n Street, S.W. 

Bowyer, WiUiam J., Esq., 18 Leinster Gardens. 

Boyle, Miss Mary L., 22 South Audley Street, Grosvenor Square. 

Boyle, Courtney, Esq., 11 Granville Place, Portman Square, W. 

Boyson, J. R., Esq., 26 Inverness Terrace, Kensington Gardens. 

Brackenbury, Col., 14 Tite Street, Chelsea. 

Bradby, Rev. Canon E. H., St. Katharine's Dock House, E. 

Brade,' R. H. Esq., War Office, S.W. 

Bradlaugh, C, Esq., M.P., 20 Circus Road, St. John's Wood. 

Bradley, Rev. E., Lenton, Grantham, Lincolnshire. 

Bradley, G. M., Esq., United University Club, S.W. 

Bradley, Henry, Esq., 11 Bleisho Road, Lavender Hill. 

Bradley, The Very Rev. Dr., Dean of Westmbister, Deanery, Westminster. 

Bradshaw, John, Esq., The Hill, Langport, Somerset. 

Bramley, Mrs., The Firs, Lee, Kent. 

Brandreth, E. L., Esq., 32 Elvaston Place, Queen's Gate. 

Brassey, Lord, 24 Park Lane, W., and Normanhurst Court, Battle, Sussex. 

Brewer, Mrs., 21 George Street, Hanover Square, W. 
♦Bridge, Miss M. E., 5 Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol. 
♦Bridge, Miss H. Marian, 5 Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol. 
♦Bridge, Rev. S. F., The Vicarage, Heme Hill, S.E. 

Bridges, Dr. J. H., The Brambles, Woodside, Wimbledon. 
♦Bridges, Mrs., Fifehead, Magdalen, Gillingham, Dorset. 

Bright, A., Esq., 16 Courtfield Gardens, S. Kensington. 

Bright, Rev. J. Frank, D.D., University CoUege, Oxford. 

Bright, .Jacob, Esq.,M.P., 31 St. James's Place, S.W. 

Bright, John Edward, Esq., 23 Sussex Place, Regent's Park. 

Bright, Rev. J. S., D.D., Dorking, Surrey. 

♦Broadbent, W. H., Esq., M.D., 34 Seymour Street, Portman Square, W. 
♦Broadwood, Miss B. M., Lyne, Rusper, Horsham. 

Broadwood, Miss Susan, 22 Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park. 

Brown, A. Buchanan, Esq., La Couture, Guernsey. 

Brown, F. Howel, Esq., The Park, Harrow. 

Brown, G. S., Esq., 8 Douglas Road, Islington. 

Browne, Gordon, Esq., 96 Fellowes Road, St. John's Wood. 

Browne, G. Lathom, Esq., 16 Westboume Park Villas, W. 

Browne, Sir J. Crichton, M.D., 7 Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park. 
♦Browne, Rev. W. B., Salcombe, King's Bridge, Devon. 

Browne, W. S., Esq., 6 Sussex Square, Hyde Park, W. 
♦Browning, Oscar, Esq., King's CoUege, Cambridge. 

Brownlow, Rev. Canon W. R., The Presbytery, St. Mary's Church, Torquay. 
♦Bruce, The Hon. F. E., 22 Eaton Square, S.W. 
♦Bruce, The Hon. J. R. P., M.P., BroomhaU, Dunfermline. 



xii LIST OF MEMBEES OF 

*Bruce, Gainsford, Esq., Q.C., 2 Harcourt Buildings, Temple. 
*Brunton, Dr. Lauder, 10 Stratford Place, Cavendish Square. 

Bryant, H. S., Esq., Privy Council Office, Whitehall. 
♦Buchanan, Capt. E. D., Dunglass Castle, Bowling, Dumbartonshire. 

Buchheim, Dr., 47 Leamington Eoad Villas, Westbourne Park, W. 
*Buckmaster, C. A., Esq., 16 Heathfield Eoad, Mill Hill Park, Acton. 

Bucknill, Dr. J. C, Hilmorton Hall, Eugby. 

Bucknill, Colonel J. T., Thornfield, near Bitterne, Hants. 

BucknUl, T. T., Esq., Q.C., 10 King's Bench Walk, Temple. 

Buckton, G. B., Esq., Weycombe, Haslemere. 

Budgett, J. S., Esq., Stoke Park, Guildford. 

Bullar, Mrs., Basset Wood, Southampton. 

BuUen, A. H., Esq., Highgate House, Wokingham. 
*BuUer, E. W., Esq., 

*Buller, General Sir Eedvers H., K.C.M.G., V.C, Downes, Crediton, Devon. 
*Bullock, J., Esq., 12 Delamere Terrace, W. 
*Bulpett, George, Esq., 

Bunbury, Sir E. H., Bart., 35 St. James's Street, S.W., Vice-President. 
*Burdett-Coutts, W. L. A. Bartlett, Esq., M.P., 1 Stratton Street, Piccadilly. 

Burke, W. H., Esq., 17 Newman Street, Oxford Street, W. 

Burne, Mrs., Pyebirch, Eccles Hall, Staffordshire. 

Burney, Charles, Esq., Halstead Lodge, Upper Tooting. 

Burnley, Joseph Hume, Esq., 19 Prince of Wales's Terrace, Kensington. 

Burra, Henry, Esq., Springfield, Eye, Sussex. 
*Burra, James S., Esq., Bockhanger, Ashford, Kent. 

Burton, Sir F. W., 43 Argyll Eoad, Kensington. 

Bury, Eight Hon. Viscount, 65 Prince's Gate. 

Bury, Major J., E.A., 58 Adelaide Terrace, Blackburn. 
*Bushby, D. C, Esq., Wormley Bury, Hoddesdon. 

Bushby, H. J., Esq., Wormley Bury, Hoddesdon. 

Bushby, H. N. G., Esq., Wormley Bury, Hoddesdon. 

Busk, Miss E. H., 16 Montagu Street, Portman Square. 

Busteed, T. M., Esq., 61 St. Oswald's Eoad, West Brompton. 

Butcher, W. Deane, Esq., Clydesdale, Windsor. 

Butler, Andrew, Esq., 21 South Street, Thurlow Square. 

Butler, A. J., Esq., Wood End, Weybridge. 

Butler, G. G., Esq., Civil Service Commission, Westminster, S.W. 
*Butler, Lord James, 32 Upper Brook Street, W. 

Butler, Samuel, Esq., Combe Hay Park, near Bath. 

Butler, Spencer Percival, Esq., 55 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 

Butler, Lieut.-Col. W. T., 75 Kensington Gardens Square, W. 

Butlin, Miss, 22 Caledonia Place, Chfton, Bristol. 
*Butterworth, W., Esq., St. John's Place, Holmfirth, Huddersfield. 

Buxton, Sir Fowell, Bart., Warlies, Waltham Abbey. 

Buxton, Mrs. Charles, 7 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. 
♦Byng, Lady Winifred, 38 Hertford Street, W. 

Byrne, Mrs. W. Pitt, 16 Montagu Street, Portman Square. 

Cahill, John, Esq., M.D„ 12 Seville Street, Lowndes Square, S.W. 
Cahill, Miss, 26 Albert Gate, S.W. 
Caillard, Miss E. M., Wingfield House, near Trowbridge. 
Caine, T. Hall, Esq., Aberleigh Lodge, Bexley Heath. 
Caird, Mrs., 29 Broadhurst Gardens, South Hampstead. 
♦Caiman, Eev. A. J., Court House, Cannington, near Bridgewater. 



THE LONDON LIBEAKY. xiii 

Campbell, Lady Archibald, Coombe Farm, Norbiton. 

Campbell, Lord Colin, Inverary Castle, Laverary. 

CampbeU, Lady Colin, 2 Victoria Mansions, Westminster. 

Campbell, The Hon. Dudley, 1 :Mitre Court Buildings, Temple. 
♦Camperdown, Eight Hon. the Earl of, 39 Charles Street, Berkeley Square. 

Campion, Eev. Charles H., Westmeston Eectory, Hurstpierpoint. 
♦Cane, E., Esq., Dublin. 
♦Cannan, E., Esq., 24 St. Giles', Oxford. 

Canning, The Hon. iliss, Frantcourt, Tunbridge Wells. 

Canterbury, His Grace the Archbishop of, Lambeth Palace. 
♦Capes, Eev. W. W., Bramshot Eectory, Liphook, Hants. 
♦Carbutt, Mrs. E. H., 19 Hyde Park Gardens, W. 

Cardinall, D. E., Esq., Holly Court, Ardleigh, Essex. 

Carlingford, The Et. Hon. Lord, Dudbrooke House, Navestock, Essex. 

Carhsle, H. E., Esq., 4 Queen's Square, Bognor, Sussex. 
♦Carlyon, Horatio, Esq., 19 Kensington Square, W. 

Carnarvon, The Eight Hon. the Earl of. Trustee, 43 Portman Square. 

Carr, Eev. A., St. Sebastian's Vicarage, Wokingham. 

Carr, Eev. W. E., St. John's Vicarage, Worcester. 

Carr, W., Esq., 218 Cromwell Eoad, S.W. 
♦Carrington, Mrs., Bocking Deanery, Braintree, Essex. 

Cart, Eev. H. T., 44 Haverstock Hill, N.W. 

Cartwright, Aubrey, Esq., Edgcote, Banbury, 

Cartwright, W. Comwallis, Esq., 56 Eaton Place, S.W. 

Cassels, W. E., Esq., 37 Harrington Gardens, South Kensington. 
♦Cathcart, Earl, Thomton-le-Street, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

Cator, E., Esq., West Wickham, Kent. 
♦Cattley, W. E., Esq., 32 Hyde Park Gate. S.W. 

Cave, L. T,, Esq., 19 Lowndes Square, S.W. 
♦Cave, The Hon. Sir L. W., 6 Southwell Gardens, South Kensington. 

Cecil-Johnson, Colonel E., M.A.L, 7 Little St. James's Street, S.W. 

Chadwick, Edwin, Esq., C.B., Park Cottage, East Sheen, Mortlake. 

Chalmers, Eobert, Esq., 31 Fitzroy Eoad, Eegent's Park. 

Chamberlain, Miss C, Highbury Moor Green, near Birmingham. 
♦Chance, Dr. F., Burleigh House, Sydenham Hill. 
♦Chandler, A., Esq., Haslemere, Surrey. 

Ch armin g, F. A., Esq., M.P., Pytchley House, Northamptonshire. 

Chapman, D. B., Esq., Downshire House, Eoehampton, Surrey. 

Chapman, Fred., Esq., Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. 

Chapman, F. W., Esq., 5 Blenheim Eoad, St. John's Wood. 

Chapman, Major W. E., 57 Elm Park Gardens, Fulham Eoad. 

Chapman, Miss M. E., 34 Brunswick Gardens, Campden Hill, W. 

Charlton, Miss F. M., 26 Ebury Street, S.W. 

Charlton, Mrs. F. D., 16 Bina Gardens, South Kensington. 

Chatto, A., Esq., 214 Piccadilly, W. 

Cheetham, Venerable Archdeacon, Precincts, Eochester. 

Chesson, F. W., Esq., 5 Tite Street, Chelsea. 

Chichester, Eev. E. A,, Vicarage, Dorking. 

Chignell, Eev. T. W., Heavitree, Exeter. 

Childe-Pemberton, Miss Harriet, The Close, Hereford. 

Chretien, Eev. C. P., Bexley Heath, Kent. 

Christie, Mr. Chancellor, Glenwood, Virginia Water, Staines. 
Christie, Eev. E. W., St. Luke's, Berwick Street, Soho. 

♦Christie, Miss Mary Elizabeth, Kingston House, Kew. 



xiv LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Churchill, Lord Alfred, 16 Rutland Gate, Hyde Park. 

Churchill, Lord Edward Spencer, Dovedale House, Moreton-in-Marsh. 
*Churchill, The Right Hon. Lord Randolph S., M.^P., 2 Connaught Place, W. 

Clark, Dr. G. B., M.P., The Holme, Wandsworth Common. 

Clarke, Rev. C. G., Grantchester House, Tunbridge Wells. 

Clarke, E. A. W., Esq., 16 Beaufort Gardens, S.W. 

Clarke, Mrs. Stanley, Benfield Lodge, Bracknell. 

Clay, Miss H. E., 35 Alexandra Road, Southport. 

Clayden, P. W., Esq., 13 Tavistock Square, W.C. 

Cleasby, P. C, Esq., Worcester. 

Clegg, Miss, 69 George Street, Portman Square. 

Cleghom, John, Esq., 3 Spring Gardens, S.W. 
♦Clendening, Miss, 29 Dorset Square, N.W. 

Cleve, Dr., Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue. 
*Cleveland, Mrs. Effie, 26 Kidbrook Grove, Blackheath. 

Cleveland, Her Grace the Duchess of, St. James's Square, S.W., Battle 
Abbey, Sussex, and Raby Castle, Darlington. 

Clifford, Lady, Hatherton Hall, Cannock, Staifordshire. 
*Chfford, Lord, Court House, Cannington, near Bridgewater. 

Clifford, Hon. Miss Bertha, 69 Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Clifford, The Hon. an(^ Right Rev. Bishop, Bishop's House, Chfton, Bristol. 

Clifford, F., Esq., 24 CoUingham Gardens, S. Kensington. 

CHfford, P. H., Esq., 41 Killieser Avenue, Streatham Hill. 
*Climenson, Rev. J., Shiplake, Henley on Thames. 
*Clough, Mrs. A., 4 Onslow Houses, Onslow Square, S.W. 

Clowes, Rev. G., Hayes Rectory, near Beckenham, Kent. 

Coates, J. W., Esq., 4 Herbert Road, Stockwell. 
*Cobb, J. G., Esq., 18 Craven Hill Gardens, W. 
*Cobden- Sanderson, T. J., Esq., Goodyears, Hendon. 

Cochrane-Patrick, R. W., Esq., 7 Woodside, Beith, Ayrshire. 

Cockle, Mrs. Moss, 101 Onslow Square, S.W. 

Cockerell, S. Pepys, Esq., 35 Phillimore Gardens, Kensington. 
*Cocks, Thomas Somers, Esq., 33 Spring Gardens, S.W. 

Codrington, Dr. Oliver, 85 Upper Richmond Road, Putney. 

Coffin, W. H., Esq., 94 Cornwall Gardens, S.W. 

Coghill, Mrs., Brampton Tree House, Newcastle, Staffordshire. 
*Coghlan, H., Esq., 14 Hyde Park Gardens. 

Colam, J. C, Esq., 105 Jermyn Street, S.W. 
♦Colbeck, C, Esq., Grove Hill, Harrow-on-the-Hill, W. 

Cole, Henry E., Esq., The Cottage, Usk, Monmouthshire. 

Colebrooke, Sir T. Edward, Bart., 14 South Street, W. 
*Colebrooke, E. A., Esq., 14 South Street, W. 

Coleman, Dr. Owen, Dunedin, Surbiton, Kingston-on-Thames. 

Coleridge, A. D., Esq., 12 Cromwell Place, S. Kensington. 
♦Coleridge, Hon. Bernard, M.P., 8 Wetherby Place, S.W. 

Coleridge, Rev. Dr. H. J., 31 Farm Street, Berkeley Square. 

Coles, C. B. Cowper, Esq., 95 Wigmore Street, W. 

Coles, T. Horsman, Esq., 76 Westbourne Terrace, W. 

Coles, Rev. V. S. S., Shepton, Beauchamp, near Ilminster. 

Colles, W. M., Esq., 16 Birchuigton Road, W. Hampstead. 

CoUey, Lady Pomeroy, Hampton Court Palace. 

Collier, Hon. J., 7 Chelsea Embankment. 

Collier, W. F., Esq., Woodtown, Horrabridge, S. Devon. 

CoUins, J. Churton, Esq., 61 Torrington Square, W.C. 



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Collinson, Major-General, R.E., Little Haven, Ealing. 
Colomb, Admiral, R.N., 97 St. George's Road, S.W. 
Colvin, B. W., Esq., 36 Medina Villas, Brighton. 
Colvin, Professor S., British Museum. 
•Congreve, Miss, 12 Ladbroke Road, Notting Hill. 
*Congreve, Dr. Richard, 55 Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington. 
Constable, J. G., Esq., Walcot, near Brigg. 

Conybeare, Mrs. J. C, St. Leonard's Grange, Ligatestone, Essex. 
Coode, Mrs., The Cobb, Lyme Regis, Dorset. 
Cooke, Rev. Canon, 6 Clifton Place, Sussex Square, Hyde Park. 
Cooke, General A. C, Palace Chambers, Ryder Street, St. James's. 
Cooke, J. R., Esq., Sandon, Staffordshire. 
Cooke, Lady Mary, St. Catherine's, Doncaster. 
Cooper, S. T., Esq., Southwick Lodge, 11 Wood Yale, Forest Hill. 
Cooper, Rev. W. E. S., The Rectory, Fomcett St. Mary, Long Stratton. 
Cooper, Thompson, Esq., 38 Loughborough Road, Brixton, S.W. 
Cooper, Lady White, 49 Cornwall Gardens, S.W. 
Cope, C. W., Esq., R.A., 11 Crawfurd Rise, Maidenhead. 
Copland, Miss E. M., Abbey House, New Abbey, Dumfries, N.B. 
Coppen, J. Maurice, Esq., 18 Finch Lane, E.C. 
Corbett, J. A., Esq., Castle Street Cardiff. 
Corbett, J. S., Esq., Imber Court, Thames Ditton. 
Corcoran, J. A., Esq., 21 Bristol Gardens, Maida Hill, W. 
*Cordery, J,, Esq., 143 Haverstock HiU, N.W. 
♦Cornish, F. W., Esq., Eton College, Windsor. 
*Cosens, F. W., Esq. 

Cotterill, W., Esq., Tongswood, Hawkhurst, Kent. 

Coulson, E. F., Esq., BeUaport Hall, Market Drayton. 

Coulson, Walter, Esq., 17 Harley Street, W. 

Couper, John, Esq., 80 Grosvenor Street, W. 

Courtenay, Miss, 34 Brompton Square, S.W. 
♦Courthope, W. J., Esq., 29 Chester TeiTace, Regent's Park, N.W. 

Courtney, Mrs. C. B., 37 Rutland Gate, Hyde Park. 

Courtney, L. H., Esq., M.P., 15 Cheyne Walk, S.W. 
*Cowen, J., Esq., SteUa House, Blaydon-on-Tyne, and 23 Onslow Square. 

Cowper, Right Hon. Earl, K.G., 4 St James's Square. 

Cox, Homersham, Esq., Marlfield House, Tonbridge. 
*Cracroft, Bernard, Esq., 1 Stanford Road, Kensington. 

Cracroft, E. W., Esq., Hackthom Hall, Lincoln. 

Craik, Henry, Esq., Hill Side, New Road, Notting HiU. 
*Creighton, Rev. Canon, D.C.L., Langdale Lodge, The Avenue, Cambridge. 

Cripps, C. A., Esq., 32 Ehn Park Gardens, S.W. 
•Crisp, F. A., Esq., Liglewood House, Grove Park, Denmark Hill, S.E. 
*Crompton, Mrs. Henry, Churt House, Famham, Surrey. 
♦Cropper, E. D. Thomburgh, Esq. 

Crosse, Rev. Canon, D.C.L., 12 Carhsle Parade, Hastings. 

Crosse, J. W., Esq., Queen Anne's Mansions, St. James' Park. 

Crosse, Ormond, Esq., 32 Delamere Terrace, W. 
*Crowdy, James, Esq., 28 Craven HiU Gardens, W. 

Crowe, Eyre, Esq., A.R.A., Reform Club, PaU MaU. 
♦Cubitt, Miss, 49 Warwick Square, S.W. 

Cumberbatch, E. C, Esq., Croxted House, Famborough, Hants. 
♦Cunliffe, Sir R„ Bart., Acton Park, Wrexham. 

Cunningham, Rev. J., 1 Keswick Road, Putnev. 



xvi LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Cuiiyiighame, Henry, Esq., Hurlingham Lodge, Fulliam. 

Cure, Rev. Canon Edward Capel, 15 Grosvenor Street. 
•Cure, Rev. Edward Capel, 68 Queen's Gardens, W. 
*Cure, Rev. L. Capel, Abbess Roding, Ongar, Essex. 

Curgenven, Rev. H., Rectory, Byfield, 

Curteis, Rev. Canon G. H., 1 Vicarage Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Curzon, Hon. Mrs., Scarsdale House, Kensington. 
*Cust, Lady Elizabeth, 13 Eccleston Square, S.W. 

Cuthbert, Lieut. Gerald, Guards Club, S.W. 

Cuthbert, R. M., Esq., 27a Ashley Place, S.W. 

Daldy, F. F., Esq., 11 King's Bench Walk, Temple. 
*Dale, R. W., Esq., Winterslow House, Bristol Road, Birmingham. 
*Daniel, Rev. G. W., The Old College, Dulwich. 

Darlington, H. R., Esq., 207 Piccadilly, W. 

Darwin, Mrs. Charles, Down, near Bromley, Kent. 
*Darwin, Francis, Esq., Wychfield, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge. 
*Darwin, Professor G. H., Newnham Grange, Cambridge. 
*Darwin, Captain Leonard, R.E., 18 Wetherby Place, S. Kensington. 
*Darwin, W. E., Esq., 172 High Street, Southampton. 

Davenport, J. L., Esq., Pew Hill, Chippenham, Wilts. 

Davenport, Miss M., 2 Church Row, Hampstead. 

Davies, Rev. David Jones, Rectory, North Benfleet, Bowers Gifford, Essex. 

Davies, Rev. J. Llewellyn, 5 Blandford Square, Marylebone. 

Davies-Evans, Herbert, Esq., Highmead, Llanbyther, South Wales. 

Davis, Chas., Esq., 29 Gloucester Place, Portman Square. 

Davis, E. H., Esq., St. Mark's House, Windsor. 
♦Davis, Israel, Esq., 6 King's Bench Walk, Temple. 

Davis, Col. John, Bifrons, Farnborough, Hants. 
*Davis, Rev. V. D., 4 Dingle Lane, Liverpool. 
*Davison, Rev. W. T., College Villa, Richmond, Surrey. 

Dawkins, Clinton E., Esq., 60 Pont Street, S.W. 
*Dawkins, Mrs., 12 Chesham Place, and Wilcote, Charlebury, Oxford. 
*Dawson, Major H. P., 3 Charlton Park Terrace, Charlton, Kent. 

Dawson, Mrs. Vesey, 18 Rich Terrace, Brompton. 

Deane, Rev. W. J., Ashen Rectory, Clare, Suffolk. 

Dease, Mrs. Edmund, Ballybritas, Queen's Co., Ireland. 
*De Brisay, Rev. H. Delacour, 11 Bradmore Road, Oxford. 
♦Dees, R. R., Esq., The Hall, Wallsend, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

De Gray, Lady, 12 Bruton Street, W. 
*De la Bere, H., Esq., Laurel Villa, Bexley Heath, Kent. 

Delane, Major-General, Gunner's Bagshot, Surrey. 
♦Dennis, John, Esq., Garrick Club, Covent Garden. 

Denshire, Capt. G. H., Naval and Mihtary Club, S.W. 
•Derby, The Rt. Hon. the Earl of, K.G., 23 St. James's Square, S.W. 

Dering, G. E., Esq., 34 Walpole Street, Chelsea, S.W. 

De Romestin, Rev. H., Great Maplestead, Halstead. 
*De Soyres, Rev. J., 2 Devonshire Place, Winchmore Hill, N. 

Despard, Mrs. C, Courtlands, Esher. 

Dewick, Rev. E. S., 26 Oxford Square, W. 

Dickenson, W. H., Esq., Bramblebury, Wandsworth Common.. 

Digby, G. H., Esq., Chalmington, Dorset. 
♦Diggle, Rev. J. R., 19 Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park. 
*Dilke, Lady, 76 Sloane Street, S.W. 



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♦Dimsdale, Mrs. I. C, 3 Lancaster Street, Lancaster Gate. 

Dixon, Mrs. Abraham, Checkley Court, Leatherhead, Surrey. 

Dixon, Joseph, Esq., 3 Temple Gardens, E.G. 

Dixon, J. W., Esq., Horse Guards, War Office, S.W. 

Dixon, Rev. R. W., Warkworth Vicarage, Northumberland. 
*Dobbs, A. E., Esq., 34 Westbourne Park, W. 

Dobson, Austin, Esq., 75 Eaton Rise, Eahng, W. 

Dobson, C. M., Esq., c/o Rev. J. Buchanan, Heme Vicarage, Kent. 
♦Dobson, C. W., Esq., 18 Avenue Villas, Cricklewood, N.W. 

Dodds, James M., Esq., 12 Mitre Court Chambers, Temple, E.C. 
*Dolan, Rev. Michael, St. Benedict's Presbytery, Atherstone, Warwickshire. 

Dolman, Rev. C. B., St. Francis Xavier's, Hereford. 

Domvile, Lady M., 14 Oxslow Crescent, S.W. 

Donkin, Harry J., Esq., Elm Lodge, Sutton, Surrey. 

Donne, W. Mowbray, Esq., 3 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

Dorman, W. H., Esq., Brook House, Staflford. 

Dormer, Lord, Grove Park, Warwick. 

Douglas, Sir George Brisbane, Bart., Springwood Park, Kelso, N.B. 

Downing, Charles, Esq., Trevethan, Brentwood, Essex. 

Dowson, J. Emerson, Esq., 3 Great Queen Street, Westminster. 

Doyle, J. A., Esq., Pendarren, Crickhowell. 

Doyle, J. E., Esq., 54 Chfton Gardens, Maida Hill, W. 

Doyne, R. V., Esq., 8 Stratton Street, Piccadilly. 
♦Draffen, Col. W. P., 64 Lowndes Square. 

Drew, Thomas Muir, Esq., Queen Anne's Mansions, St. James's Park. 

Drower, J. E., Esq., Maytrees, Endlesham Road, Balham. 

Drummond, F., Esq., 20 Marine Square, Brighton. 

Drysdale, Dr., 23 Sackville Street, W. 

Drysdale, Mrs., 8 Long Wall, Oxford. 
•Duif, The Right Hon. M. E. Grant, York House, Twickenham. 

Duff, Mrs. B., 71 St. George's Road, S.W. 

Dulcken, Dr. H. W., 79 Boimdary Road, South Hampstead. 

Dunbar, Capt. Archibald H., Northfield, Bournemouth. 

Duncombe, G. T., Esq., 25 Queen's Gate, Hyde Park. 

Dundas, The Hon. J. C, Mount St. John, Thirsk. 
*Dundas, Miss Anne, 3 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

Dunlop, Mrs., 106 St. George's Square, S.W. 

Dunlop, Dr. Andrew, Belgrave House, Jersey. 

Dunn, H. A. C, Esq., 33 Hyde Park Place, W. 

Dunne, Thomas J., Esq., 68 Palmerston Road, Dublin. 

Dunraven, Rt. Hon. the Earl of, "SMiite's Club, St. James's Street. 

Dunstan, W. R., Esq., 3 Percy Villas, Campden Hill, W. 

Dyer, Rev. T. Thiselton, Beckland, West End Lane, N.W. 
*Dysart, Rt. Hon. the Earl of, Buckminster, Grantham, Lincoln. 

East, A. H., Esq., Stockbridge, Hants. 
Eastlake, Lady, 7 Fitzroy Square, W.C. 
Eccles, Miss Margaret, 11 Brookside, Cambridge. 
Edgcombe, F., Esq., 23 Cockspur Street, S.W. 
Edgeworth, F. Y., Esq., SavUe Club, 107 Picadilly. 
*Edgington, Rev. C. N., St. Peter's Rectory, March, Cambridgeshiro. 
Edmundson, Rev. G., Northolt Vicarage, Southall. 
*Edwards, Mrs. Edwin, 26 Golden Square. 
Edwards, Ellis, Esq., Bron-y-rhin, Bala, North Wales. 
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xviii LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Egerton of Tatton, Lord, 7 St. James's Square. 
*Egerton, Hon. Miss E., 100 Cheyne Walk, S.W. 
♦Egerton, Hugh E., Esq., 11 Tite Street, Chelsea, S.W. 

Elam, Dr. C, 75 Harley Street, W. 

EUiman, James, Esq., Lancaster House, Slough. 
*Elliot, Colonel Charles, C.B., Hazelbank, Murrayfield, Midlothian, N.B. 

Elliot, The Hon. Hugh, M.P., Corwar, Barrhill, Ayrshire. 
*Emot, The Hon. Geo. F. S., 6 Pont Street, Chesham Place. 

EUiot, Robert H., Esq., Clifton Park, Kelso, N.B. 

Elliot, W. C., Esq., 5 Breeds Place, Hastings. 
*Ellis, A. J., Esq., F.R.S., 25 Argyll Road, Kensington. 

Ellis, A, M., Esq., Chudleigh House, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire. 

Ellis, C. G., Esq., 2 Prince's Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W. 

ElHs, E. Viner, Esq., Thorplands, Winchester Road, Oxford. 

Ellis, Rev. J. H., 29 Collingham Gardens, South Kensington. 

Ellis, Miss L. D., 25 Bath Road, Bedford Park, Chiswick. 

EUis, WiUiam, Esq., 1 Hyde Vale Villas, Greenwich, S.E. 
*Elverson, Capt. H. J., The Barracks, Belfast. 
*Elwes, H., Esq., Furbank, West Heathley, Sussex. 

Elwes, R. H. M., Esq., Craigholm, Boscombe, Bournemouth. 

Elwes, Mrs., Craigholm, Boscombe, Bournemouth. 
*Emerson, Dr. P. H., 10 Marlboro' Crescent, Bedford Park, Chiswick. 
Emerson, Miss, Craven Hill House, Craven Hill Gardens, W. 
English, Major Thomas, R.E., Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. 
*Eno, J. C, Esq., Wood Hall, Dulwich, S.E. 
*Erskine, Claude, Esq., 66 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park. 
Esdaile, Rev. W., The Rectory, Sandford, Orcas, near Sherborne. 
Estcourt, A. S., Esq., Newport, Isle of Wight. 
Evans, Mrs. F. H., Tubbendens, Orpington, Kent. 
Evans, J. Carbery, Esq., Hatley Park, Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire. 
Evans, Sir T. W., Bart., 2 Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. 
Evelyn, W. J., Esq., Wotton House, Dorking, Surrey. 
Everest, Lady, 2 Darwin Terrace, Kensal Green. 
Evershed, Henry, Esq., Hurstmonceux, Sussex. 
*Ewart, Miss, 3 Morpeth Terrace, Pimhco. 

*Faber, R. S., Esq., 10 Oppidan's Road, Primrose Hill. 

Falle, Bertram E. S., Esq., 66 St. James's Street, S.W. 

Fane, W. D., Esq., Melbourne Hall, Derby. 

Fanshawe, E. L., Esq., 74 Cromwell Road, S.W. 

Farnall, H., Esq., Wingfield House, Manor Lane, Lee. 

Farnell, G. S., Esq., 14 Glazbury Road, West Kensington. 

Farquhar, Sir W., Bart., 18 King Street, St. James's. 

Farrar, The Ven. Archdeacon, 17 Dean's Yard, Westminster. 

Farrell, E., Esq., 10 Strand, Dawhsh, South Devon. 

Farrer, H. L., Esq., 18 Upper Brook Street, W. 

Farrer, H. R., Esq., Green Hammerton Hall, York, and 40 Eaton Place. 
♦Farrer, J. A., Esq., 50 Ennismore Gardens, Hyde Park. 

Farrer, Sir T. H., Bart., Board of Trade, Whitehall. 

Fasnacht, G. E., Esq., 33 Gorst Road, Wandsworth Common. 
♦Fawcett, Miss Philippa Garrett, 2 Gower Street, W. 

Feilding, Lady Louisa, 107 Queen's Gate, S.W. 
♦Fellowes, R. M., Esq., Melbourne House, AUeyne Park, Dulwich. 

Fanning, Rev. W. D., Haileybury College, Hertford. 



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Fenton, The Very Rev. P., St. Edmund's College, Ware. 
*Fenton, John, Esq. 

Fenwick, Dr., 29 Harley Street, W. 

Ferguson, Dr. James Mitchell, Stanley House, Hounslow. 

Fiddes, G. V., Esq., Colonial Office. Downing Street. 
♦Field, Basil, Esq., 14 Cambalt Road, Putney. 

Field, E. M., Esq., The Chantry, Ingatestone. 

Field, Miss Mary, Squire's Mount, Hampstead. 
*Field, Rev. T., King's School, Canterbury. 

Fife, Mrs. James, Clevemede, Goring, near Reading, Berks. 
*Firth, C. H., Esq., 33 Norham Road, Oxford. 

Fisher, Joseph, Esq., 8 Fumival's Inn, W.C. 

Fitzgerald, David, Esq., 3 Porten Road, Hammersmith, W. 
*Fitzroy, Miss Isabel, 18 Bramham Gardens, S. Kensington. 
♦Flanagan, J. W., Esq., 21 Tedworth Square, Chelsea, S.W. 
*Fleay, F. G., Esq., 33 Avondale Square, Old Kent Road. 

Fletcher, H. M., Esq., Dragons, Higher Park, Loughton, Essex. 
♦Fletcher, J. Dunniugton, Esq., 12 Westboume Terrace, W. 
♦Fletcher, -John S., Esq., Treheme House, Hampstead. 

Fletcher, Lionel J. W., Esq., Elmscroft, Farleigh, Maidstone. 

Fletcher, W. H., Esq., 11 Melcombe Place, Dorset Square, W.C. 

Florence, E. B., Esq., 33 Redcliffe Square, South Kensington. 

Flower, Mrs. Wickham, Old Swan House, Chelsea Embankment, S.W. 

Floyd, W., Esq., Arundel House, Anmdel Street, Strand. 

Fogo, Surgeon- General, 14 Palace Gardens Terrace, W. 

Folkestone, Viscountess, 8 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 

Foot, Mrs., care of Messrs. Woodhead & Co., Charing Cross. 

Forbes, Archibald, Esq., 1 Clarence Terrace, Regent's Park. 

Ford, Mrs., 8 Lincoln Inn Fields, W.C. 

Forester, H., Esq., 13 Queen Anne Street, W. 

Forster, Sir C, Bart, M.P., 38 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster. 

Fortescue, The Earl, Castle Hill. South Molton, Devon. 

Foster, J. J., Esq., 114 New Bond Street. 

Fountain, A., Esq., Grove Place, Saffron Walden. 
♦Fowler, J., Esq., Liphook, Hants. 

Fox, Colonel, 18 Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. 

Francis, John C, Esq., 22 Took's Court, Chancery Lane 
♦Frankfort de Montmorency, Viscount. 
♦Franks, Miss, Westfield, Hatfield, Herts. 

Eraser, H. W., Esq., Foreign Office, Whitehall. 

Eraser, Sir W., Bart., Carlton Club. 

Frederick, Lieut. C, 2-5 Chester Terrace, S.W. 
♦Freeland, H. W., Esq., Chichester, and Athenseum Club. 
♦Freeman, Francis, Esq., 63 PaU Mall. 
♦Freeman, J. J., Esq., 2 Poet's Comer, Westminster. 

Froude, J. A., Esq., o Onslow Gardens, S.W. 
♦Fry, Danby P., Esq., 138 Haverstock Hill, N.W. 

Fry, L. G., Esq., Goldney House, Clifton, Bristol. 
♦Fryer, Lt.-Col. E. J., Army and Navy Club, and Woolwich. 
♦Fryer, H. C, Esq., Glandovey, Cardigan. 
♦Fryer, John Richardson, Esq., Chatteris, Cambridge. 

Fullarton, R. W. M., Esq., 1 HoUand Park Terrace, W. 

Fullarton, Mrs., 12 Charlotte Street, Edinburgh. 
♦Fuller, Rev. J. M., The Vicarage, Bexley, Kent. 



XX LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Fuller, Eev. Morris, Eyburgli Rectory, Fakenliam, Norfolk. 
Furrell, J. W., Esq., 37 Torrington Square, W.C. 

Gainsford, W. D., Esq., The Castle, BeauHeu, Southampton. 

Gales, Miss, 22 Albemarle Street, W., and 102 Cheyne Walk, S.W. 
*Galton, Captain Sir Douglas, K.C.B., 12 Chester Street, W. 
•Galton, Francis, Esq., F.R.S., 42 Rutland Gate, Hyde Park. 
♦Gamble, John G., Esq., 25 Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. 

Garbett, Rev. A. C, Southwell, Notts. 

Gardiner, H. T., Esq., East Parade, Goole, Yorkshire. 
♦Gardiner, S. R., Esq., LL.D., South View, Widmore Road, Bromley, Kent. 

Gardmer, T. G., Esq., Heathfield, Weybridge. 

Gardner, D. M., Esq., Lindeth, Bath Road, Reading. 

Gardner, Herbert, Esq., M.P., 46 Dover Street, W. 
♦Garner, T., Esq., 20 Church Row, Hampstead. 

Garry, F. N. A., Esq., St. Mary's Vicarage, Reading. 

Garwood, Rev. J., 17 Cambridge Road, Kilburn, N.W. 
♦GaskeU, C. G. Milnes, Esq., M.P., Thore's House, Wakefield. 

Gasquet, Dr. J. R., 127 Eastern Road, Brighton. 

Gatty, C. Tindal, Esq., Westej-n Chronicle Office, Yeovil, Somerset. 

Gaussen, D., Esq., Broughton Hall, Lechlade, Gloucestershire. 
*Gaussen, W., Esq. 

Geary, W. N. M., Esq., Oxon Hoath, Tonbridge, Kent. 

Geddes, James, Esq., 21 Sisters' Avenue, Lavender Hill, Wandsworth. 

Gedge, F. S., Esq., 26 Grosvenor Mansions, Victoria Street. 

Gedge, Sydney, Esq., M.P., 1 Old Palace Yard, Westminster. 
*Gell, P. Lyttleton, Esq., Oxford. 

Gerstenberg, Miss, 6 Clarence Terrace, Regent's Park. 

Gibb, Rev. J., D.D., EngHsh Presbyterian College, Guildford Street. 
♦Gibbs, F. W., Esq., C.B., 24 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square. 

Gibson, F. E., Esq., Stonewall, Belgrave Crescent, Torquay. 

Giffen, R., Esq., 44 Pembroke Road, Kensington. 

Gilbert, J., Esq., Mardon Ash, Ongar, Essex. 
♦Gilchrist, Miss, 60 Belvedere Road, Upper Norwood. 
*Gillum, Lieut.-Colonel, Church Hill House, East Barnet. 

Gilpin, F. Bernard, Esq., 32 Seymour Street, W. 

Gimmgham, Miss, Bromfield Villa, EUenbro' Park, Weston-super-Mare. 

Gipps, Miss L. M., 40 Princes Square, W. 

Gladstone, G., Esq., 31 Ventnor Villas, CHftonville, Brighton. 

Gladstone, Professor, 17 Pembridge Square, W. 

Gladstone, The Rt. Hon. William Ewart, M.P., Hawarden Castle,Cheshire, 

Vice-President. 
♦Glaister, Miss, Southwell, Notts. 

Glasgow, The Earl of, 21 Chapel Street, Belgrave Square. 

Glazebrook, M. G., Esq., West Hill, Harrow. 

Glennie, W. R., Esq., Berkeley Lodge, Ridgeway, Wimbledon. 
Glover, Arnold, Esq., Carlyle Mansions, Cheyne Walk, S.W. 
Glynn, Mrs. Charles, 14 Gwendwr Road, W. Kensington. 
Godding, Mrs. Matilda., The Manor House, Hayes, Middlesex. 

♦Godson, A. F., Esq., M.P., 3 Pump Court, Temple. 

•Godson, Rev. A. R., 1 Gordon Street, Gordon Square. 
Godson, E. P., Esq., Castle Wood, Shooter's HiU, S.E. 
Godson, G. R., Esq., Kensington Palace Mansions, Kensington. 
Goldie, Sir George, Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 



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Goldman, A., Esq., 20 Cromwell Grove, West Kensington Park, W. 
♦Goldsmid, Miss Isabel, 20 Portman Square. 

Gomme, G. L., Esq., 1 Beverley Villas, Barnes Common. 

Goodrich, Miss Blanche, Prospect Villa, Central Hill, Upper Norwood. 

Goodrich, E. S., Esq., Grantley Lodge, East Moulsey, Surrey. 

Goodwin, Prof. Alfred, 9 John Street, Hampstead. 

Gordon, The Hon. Sir Alexander H., 34 Lennox Gardens, S.W. 
*Gordon, Eev. J. M., St. John's Vicarage, Redhill, Surrey. 

Gordon, William, Esq., 11 Leinster Gardens, W. 

Gordon, W. J., Esq., 21 Catherstone Terrace, Battersea Rise. 

Goschen, Rt. Hon. G. J., M.P., 69 Portland Place, W. 
*Gosling, Ellis D., Esq., Burbridge Hall, Godalming. 

Gosse, Edmimd, Esq., 29 Delamere Terrace, W. 

Gosset, A. H., Esq., Reform Club, Pall Mall. 

Goulbum, The Very Rev. Dean, Deanery, Norwich. 

Gould, R. F., Esq., Kingstone Lodge, Pope's Grove, Twickenham. 

Gow, John, Esq., Lidard, Streatham. 

Gower, The Hon. F. Leveson, 14 South Audley Street. 

Graham, Miss A. Cunningham, 6 Panton Street, Cambridge. 
*Graham, Cyril C, Esq., 

Graham, David, Esq., 12 Heathfield Road, Millhill Park. 

Graham, F., Esq., Colonial Office, S.W. 

Graham, Mrs. G. J., 3 Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead. 
*Graham, James, Esq., 39 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 

Graham, R. W., Esq., 5 New BurHngton Street, W. 

Graham, W., Esq., 21 Edwardes Square, Kensington. 

Grant, Mrs. C. G., 10 Hanington Gardens, S. Kensington. 

Granville, The Rt. Hon. the Earl, K.G., Wahner Castle, Deal. 

Gray, Albert, Esq., Palace Chambers, Westminster. 

Gray, B. G., Esq., 4 Inverness Gardens, Kensington. 

Gray, Mrs. E. D., 32a Wej-mouth Street, Portland Place. 
♦Green, Everard, Esq., Reform Club. 

Green, H. M., Esq., Havant, Hants. i 

*Green, Mrs. J. R., 14 Kensington Square. 
*Green, Melvill, Esq., Havercroft, Worthing, Sussex. 
*Green, Rev. Thomas, Richmond View, Ashton-under-L}-ne. 

Greene, J. Baker, Esq., 13 Clement's Inn, W.C. 

Greenfield, B. W., Esq., 4 Cranbury Terrace, Southampton. 

Greenhow, Dr., Castle Lodge, Reigate, Surrey. 

Greenly, Edward, Esq., 16 Brondesbury Villas, Kilbmni, N.W. 

GreenweU, Walpole E., Esq., 28 Upper Hamilton Terrace, N.W. 

Gregory, C, Esq., Bridgefoot House, Ripley, Surrey. 

Grey, Arthur, Esq., 45 Fulham Park Gardens, S.W. 

Grey, E. C. W., Esq., 26 Suffolk Street, Pall MaU. 

Grey, John, Esq., The Parklands, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. 

Grey, Mrs., 41 Stanhope Gardens, S.W. 

Grey, W. E., Esq., 100 Eaton Terrace, S.W. 

Griffith, Mrs. Darby, Padworth House, Reading. 
♦Griffith, Rev. A., 9 PhiHp Terrace, Tottenham. 

Griffiths, Major A., Western House, Gt. Marlow, Bucks. 
♦Griffiths, Dr. H. T., 57 Brook Street, W. 
♦Griggs, James, Esq., 3 Bampton Road, Forest Hill, S.E. 

Grosvenor, Hon. N., 50 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

Grout, Mrs. Margaret, 21 Gunterstone Road, West Kensington. 



aaji LIST OF MEMBEES OF 

Grove, A., Esq., 31 Ebury Street, S.W. 
*Guest, A. E., Esq., 40 Half Moon Street, Piccadilly. 
*Guest, T. Mertliyr, Esq., Inwood, Henstridge, Blandford. 
♦Guest, Lady Theodora, Iiiwood, Henstridge, Blandford. 
*Guinness, Sir E. C, Bart., 5 Grosvenor Place, S.W. 

Gull, Miss, 74 Brook Street, W. 

Gunner, Mrs. Holmoak, Bishop's Waltham. 
*Gurdon, Sir W. B., Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W. 

Gumey, Miss A., 7 Mandeville Place, W. 
*Gurney, Edmund, Esq., 26 Montpellier Square, S.W. 

Gutteridge, Dr., 58 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square. 

Haddon, T. W., Esq., 3 Foyle Koad, West Combe Park, Blackheath. 

Hadley, Miss Mary, Charlcote, Great Malvern. 

Haig, Major-General Malcolm D., 5 Park Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

Haigh, Eev. W. E., 24 Milner Square, Islington. 

Haine, F. W., Esq., Pooley Lodge, Egham, Surrey. 

Haines, W., Esq., Iflfley Lodge, Oxford Koad, Putney. 

Haines, W. T., Esq., 15 Holland Road, Brixton. 

Hale, Colonel Lonsdale, Sutherland House, Camberley. 

Hale, Colonel M. H., Cameronian Highlanders, Glasgow. 

Hales, Prof. J. W., 1 Oppidans Road, Primrose Hill. 

Hall, Sir Basil, Bart., Dunglass, near Dunbar. 

Hall, C. F., Esq., 7 Homefield Road, Wimbledon. 

HaU, Dr. Fitz-Edward, Marlesford, Wickham Market. 
*Hall, T. H., Esq., 22 Clarges Street, W. 

Hall, W. E., Esq., Llanvihangel Court, Abergavenny. 

Hall-Houghton, Rev. H,, Melmerby Hall, Penrith, Cumberland. 

Hallett, Rev. J. T., Vicarage, Bishop's Tachbrook, Leamington. 
*Halliwell-Phillips, J. 0., Esq., Hollingbury Copse, Brighton. 

Halswell, H. B., Esq., 26 Kensington Gate, W. 

Hamel, Egbert de, Esq., Middleton Hall, Tamworth, Staffordshire. 

Hamilton, Miss, 19 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, W. 

Hamilton, Mrs., Queen Anne's Mansions, St. James's Park. 
*Hamilton, D. J., Esq., 52 South Audley Street, W. 

Hamilton, N. E., Esq., Savile Club, 107 Piccadilly, W. 

Hamley, E. C, Esq., 1 Brunswick Gardens, Campden Hill, W. 

Hamlyn, Vincent W. C, Esq., 18 Campden House Road, Kensington, W. 

Hammond, Miss Anne, Sundridge Rectory, Sevenoaks. 

Hampden, The Right Hon. Viscount, Glynde Place, Leaves, Sussex. 

Hancock, Rev. F., Selworthy Rectory, Taunton. 

Hannay, D., Esq., 55 Gunterstone Road, W. Kensington. 

Hannen, Benjamin, Esq., 258 Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 

Hanssen, H. P., Esq., Longleat, Sidcup, Kent. 
♦Harberton, Viscount, 119 Cromwell Road. 

Harcoiirt, Rt. Hon. Sir W. Vernon, M.P., 7 Grafton Street, Bond Street. 

Hardcastle, The Hon. Mrs., 54 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. 

Hardinge, Viscount, South Park, Penshurst. 

Hardinge, A. C. H., Esq., All Souls' College, Oxford. 

Hardy, W. R., Esq., 92 Portland Place, W. 

Hare, Thomas, Esq., Gosbury Hill, Kingston-on-Thames. 

Harley, Dr. G., 25 Harley Street, W. 

Hai-per, H., Esq., 10 Marloes Road, Kensington. 

Harrington, R., Esq., 142 Ebury Street, S.W. 



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Harris, Frank, Esq., 12 Whitefriars Street, E.G. 
♦Harrison, Frederic, Esq., 15 Park Lane, W. 

Harrison, F., Esq., 10 Eosary Gardens, S. Kensington. 

Harrison, Miss Fanny, St. Cross, Weybridge. 
*Harrison, Lady Harriet, 29 Lennox Gardens, S.W. 

Harrison, Mrs. W., Clovelly Rectory, Bideford, North Devon. 

Harrod, H. D., Esq., Reeves, Chipstead, Surrey. 
*Hart, George, Esq., 35 Hereford Square, S.W. 

Harter, C. B., Esq., 3 Park Prospect, Storey's Gate, S.W. 

Hartington, The Most Hon. Marquis of, M.P., Devonshire House, Piccadilly. 

Hartree, Dr., Upper Park Cottage, Leigh, Tunbridge. 

Harvey, E. N., Esq., Purlieu House, Hythe, near Southampton. 
*Harvey, Frank, Esq., 4 St. James's Street, S.W. 

Harvey, Rev. -J. A., Goldhanger, Maldon, Essex. 

Hassall, H., Esq., Burton Rossett, Wrexham. 

Hastings, J. M., Esq., 26 Grosvenor Mansions, S.W. 

Hatton, Lieut.-Col., V.C, 25 Stanhope Gardens, S.W. 

Haweis, Rev. H. R., 16 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. 
*Hawker, G. L., Esq., 5 Cambridge Terrace, East Sheen, S.W. 

Hawker, Mrs. Harry, The Orchards, Longparish, Whitchurch, Hants. 

Hawker, Miss Kathleen, Chudleigh Knighton, Newton Abbott, Devon. 

Hawkins, -James Metcalf, Esq., The Limes, Cedars Road, Sutton. 

Haws, E. A., Esq., Abbot's Mead, Elstree, Herts. 

Hay, Admiral Lord John, Fulmer Place, Slough. 

Haynes, Major W., Vinters Road, Maidstone. 

Hayter, Sir Arthur Divett, Bart., 8 Grosvenor Square, W. 
*Hazlitt, W. C, Esq., Winterslow, Queen's Ride, Barnes Common. 

Head, Lady, 91 Onslow Square, S.W. 

Healey, C. E. H. Chadwyck-, Esq., 119 Harley Street, W. 

Healey, E. C, Esq., Wj-phurst, Cranleigh, near Guildford. 
*Heap, Ralph, Esq., 1 Brick Court, Temple, E.G. 

Heath, D. D., Esq., Kitlands, Dorkuig, Sm-rey. 
*Heath, T. L., Esq., The Treasury, S.W. 
*Heatherley, Francis, Esq., 79 Newman Street, Oxford Street, W. 

Heaton, W. H., Esq., St. Davids, Beckenham. 
*Heberden, C. B., Esq., Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Heggerty, W., Esq., 36 Great George Street, Westminster. 

Helmore, Rev. T., 72 St. George's Square, S.W. 

Henderson, T. F., Esq., 17 Belsize Road, N.W. 
*Hendriks, F., Esq., 28 Linden Gardens, Bayswater. 

Heimiker, The Hon. Miss, Brome Hall, Scole, Norfolk. 
*Henshaw, Mrs., 5 Beaconsfield Terrace, West Kensington Park. 

Henty, G. A., Esq., 103 Upper Richmond Road, Putney. 
*Henty, Walter, Esq., 67 Eccleston Square. 

*Herbert, The Hon. Auberon W,, Ashley, Amewood, Lymington, Hants. 
*Herbert, Major Edward, Belgrave Mansions, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. 

Herbert, Lady Gwendolen, Faircroft, Upper Richmond Road, Putney. 

Herbert, W. V., Esq., 40 Scarsdale Villas, Kensington. 

Herford, Capt., The Close, SaHsbury. 

Herman, Dr. G. E., 20 Harley Street, W. 

Herries, Edward, Esq., C.B., St. Juhan's, Sevenoaks, Kent. 
*Herring, Rev. N., 2 Westboume Park Crescent. 

Hewitt, Dr. Graily, 36 Berkeley Square, W. 

Hickey, Miss, Lulworth House, Hampstead Hill Gardens. 



»xiv LIST OF MEMBEES OF 

Hickson, Miss, 30 Kingston Cottages, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork, Ireland", 

liiggin, Geo., Esq., The Kay, Maidenhead, Berks. 

Higgins, Eev. J. F. 

Higgins, Mrs. Napier, Percy Cross House, Fulham. 
*Higginson, C. J., Esq., 88 Widmore Road, Bromley, Kent. 
*Higgs, A. H., Esq., 1 Ship Street, Oxford. 

Hill, F. H., Esq., 3 Morpeth Terrace, Victoria Street, S.W. 

Hill, Roland G., Esq., 1 St. James's Street, S.W. 

Hills, Gordon M., Esq., 17 Redcliffe Gardens, Brompton. 
*Hinton, C. H., Esq., 85 Acacia Road, N.W. 

Hoare, Alfred, Esq., 87 Fleet Street, E.C. 

Hoare, A. F., Esq., Haileybury College, Hertford. 

Hoare, Sydney, Esq., 28 Savile Row, W. , , , 

Hoare, W. S., Esq., 16 Jermyn Street, S.W. 

Hobhouse, The Right Hon. Lord, 15 Bruton Street, W. 
*Hobhouse, H., Esq., M.P., 4 Kensington Square, W. 

Hobson, J. A., Esq., 94 Netherwood Road, W. 
♦Hodge, J. B., Esq., 131 Portsdown Road, Maida Vale, W. 
*Hodgkinson, G. L., Esq., 4 Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street. 

Hodgson, F. C, Esq., Privy Council Office, Downing Street. 
*Hodgson, Shadworth H., Esq., 45 Conduit Street, Bond Street. 

Hoey, J. Cashel, Esq., 17 Campden Hill Road, Kensington. 

Hogg, John, Esq., 115 Queen's Road, Bayswater. 
*Hogg, Miss A. M. M., Berryhead, Brixham, Devon. 

Hogg, Dr. W. B. Gordon, Priory Gardens, Bedford Park, Chiswick, 

Holden, Rev. H., LL.D., 20 Redcliffe Square, S.W. 

Holderness, T. W., Esq., Beaconsfield, Graham Road, Great Malvern, 

Holding, W., Esq., Burghclere Manor, Newbury. 
*Holgate, Chfford W., Esq., The Palace, Salisbury. 

Holland, B. H., Esq., 48 Park Lane, W. 
*Hollond, John R., Esq., 1 Upper Berkeley Street, W. 
*Holloway, W., Esq., C.S.I., Egmore, Westgate-on-Sea, Kent. 

Holmes, Mrs. A. E., 2 St. George's Place, Hyde Park Corner. 

Holmes, Timothy, Esq., 18 Great Cumberland Place, Hyde Park. 
*Hood, Henry John, Esq., 115 St. George's Road, S.W. 

Hooper, George, Esq., 2 Pembroke Gardens, Kensington. 

Hooper, Rev. R. P., 81 Cambridge Road, Brighton. 

Hope, Miss R. M., 1 Saville Place, Clifton, Bristol. 

Hope, W. H. St. John, Esq., Burlington House, Piccadilly. 

Hopkins, Tighe, Esq., Maycot, Crown Hill, Norwood, S.E. 

Hopkinson, G. H., Esq., 3 Regent Street, S.W. 

Hopkinson, Lieut.-General, C.S.I., 78 Holland Park, W. 

Hopwood, C, Esq., Q.C., Northwick Lodge, 2 St. John's Wood Road, N.W. 

Hore, Rev. A. H., 5 Adelaide Crescent, Brighton. 
♦Homyold, C. G., Esq., Blackmore Park, Great Malvern. 
_ Horsley, W. H., Esq., Maitland House, Beckenham, Kent. 

Houghton, Lord, Fryston Hall, Ferrybridge, Yorks. 
♦Houstoun-Boswall, A., Esq., Arthur's Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 
•How, A. J., Esq. 
♦Howard, The Hon. Charles, 1 Kensington Palace Green. 

Howlett, R., Esq., 42 Drayton Gardens, S. Kensington. 

Hoyer, W. A., Esq., 33 Spring Gardens. 

Hubbard, The Hon. Egerton, M.P., Adduigton Manor, Winslow. 
•Hudson, Dr. John, 11 Cork Street, W. 



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Hugel, Lady Mary Baroness von, 4 Holford Road, Hampstead. 

Hughes, Mrs., The Palace, St. Asaph. 

Hughes, G. M., Esq., Kuig's Wick, Sunning Hill. 

Hughes, W., Esq., 30 Elsworthy Road, Primrose Hill. 
♦Hulse, Sir Edward, Bart., 47 Portland Place. 

Hulton, Harrington, Esq., Twycross, Atherstone. 

Humphrey, G., Esq., 79 Pall Mall. 

Hunloke, Hon. Mrs., Wingerworth Hall, Chesterfield. 

Hunt, A. W., Esq., 1 Tor Villas, Campden Hill, Kensington. 

Hunt, Rev. W., 27 Glazbury Eoad, West Kensington. 
♦Hunter, Rev. R., LL.D., Forest Retreat, Staples Road, Loughton, Essex. 

Hunter, Rev. Sylvester -J., St. Beuno's College, St. Asaph, North Wales. 

Huntingford, Rev. Dr., Valley End, Chobham, Surrey. 

Huntsman, Henry, Esq., 11 Ormonde Terrace, Regent's Park. 

Hutchinson, Jon., Esq., 15 Cavendish Square, W. 

Hutton, J., Esq., 1 Beauclerc Road, Hammersmith. 

Huxley, T.H.,Esq., LL.D., F.R.S., 4 Marlborough Place, St. John's Wood. 

Hyett, Miss S. J., 29 Pembroke Gardens, Kensington. 

*Ilbert, C. P., Esq., 67 Gloucester Place, Portman Square. 
♦Impey, E. 0., Esq., 38 Anerley Park, Penge, S.E. 

Lifield, H. J., Esq., Sussex Daily Xeics Office, Brighton. 

Ligham Sir James, 40 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park. 
*L3ghs, Dr., 1 Albert Mansions, Victoria Street. 

Ligram, T. Dunbar, Esq., 13 Wellington Road, Dublin. 

Lmes Lieut. -Colonel P. R., 11 Cheniston Gardens, W. 
*Liwards, R., Esq., 20 Bartholomew Villas, Kentish Town, N.W. 
*lxving, W., Esq., Saharanpur, India. 

Isaac, B., Esq., 1a Portland Place, W. 

Isbister, W., Esq., 9 Buckingham Street, Strand. 

Jackson, Benj. Daydon, Esq., 2 Thomchffe Road, Clapham Park. 

Jackson, C. J., Esq., M.D., 80 Brook Green, Hammersmith. 

Jackson, C. Kains, Esq., 109 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. 

Jackson, T. G., Esq., Eagle House, Wimbledon. 

Jacob, Walter, Esq., 19 Glazbury Road, West Kensington. 

James, Francis, Esq., 190 CromweU Road, and Edgeworth Manor, 
Cirencester. 

Jaques, Mrs. L., Horsenden House, Princes Risboro', Bucks. 

Jarvis, C. W., Esq., 2 Hertford Terrace, Hayden Park, Shepherd's Bush. 

Jeaffreson, J. C, Esq., 24 Carlton Road, Maida Vale, N.W. 
*Jeans, Rev. G. E., Hertford College, Oxford. 

Jebb, Miss S. G., Myn-yr-afon, Ruabon, N. Wales. 

Jemmett, C. E., Esq., 12 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Jenmiett, C. F., Esq., Sea View, Sidmouth, Devon. 
*Jenkins, Henry, Esq., Palace Road, East Molesey. 

Jennings, J. H., Esq., Driffield, Yorkshire. 

Jephson, H. L., Esq., 1 The Boltons, South Kensington. 

Jessell, Sir C, Bart., 107 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Jeune, Francis H., Esq., Harehatch Lodge, Twyford, Berks. 
*Jevons, Frank Byron, Esq., The Castle, Durham. 

Johnson, G. R., Esq., care of Rev. R. Da%-ies, 178 Oakley Street, Chelsea. 

Johnson, W., Esq., 26 Ulster Place, Regents Park, N.W. 

Johnston, C. E., Esq., 23 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. 



xxvi LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Johnstone H. J., Esq., High View, St. Mildred's Eoad, Eamsgate. 
Johnstone, P. de Lacy, Esq., Osborne House, Bolton Gardens South, S.W. 
Jones, Miss C. E. C, Newton Lodge, Monmouth. 

* Jones, Mrs. G., 8 Park Square West, Eegent's Park. 

* Jones, Herbert, Esq., 15 Montpelier Row, Blackheath, 

Jones, H. A., Esq., Townshend House, North Gate, Eegent's Park. 
Jones, Thos. Bought, Esq., Bank House, Market Drayton. 
*Joy, Eev. Dr. H., Gretford-w.-Wilsthorpe, Stamford, Lincoln. 
Joyce, Sidney, Esq., Evelyn Villa, Harrow Eoad, Harlesden. 
Just, H. W., Esq., 104 Finborough Eoad, S.W. 

Kahsch, Mrs., 35 Longridge Eoad, Kensington, W. 

Karkeek, P. Q., Esq., Isca, Abbey Eoad, Torquay. 

Keary, H. M., Esq., 4 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

Keen, Mrs. G. J., 9 Hyde Park Mansions, W. 

Keenlyside, F. H., Esq., Gallylaw, Wey bridge, Surrey. 

Keightley, B., Esq., 30 Linden Gardens, W. 

Kelly, Eev. H. IL, 29 Cobden Terrace, Standen Eoad, Wandsworth, S.W. 

Kempson, M,, Esq., Stout's Hill, near Dursley. 
♦Kennedy, C. M., Esq., C.B., 27 Kensington Gate. 

Kent, J. C, Esq., Upton-on- Severn. 

Kenyon, The Hon. G. T., M.P., 35 Cadogan Terrace, S.W. 

Keogh, Eev.. E, S., The Oratory, Brompton, S.W. 

Kettle, Miss Ida J. F., 10 Queen's Eoad, Erith. 
*Kilvington, 0. J., Esq., 6 Queen's Gate, South Kensington. 

King, Bolton, Esq., Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, E. 

Kingsbury, Eev. Canon, Coomb Bissett Vicarage, Salisbury. 

Kingsley, Miss, Tackbrook Mallory, Leamington. 

Kirby, A. 0., Esq., 1 Old Palace Yard, Westminster. 
*Kirkwood, Lieut. H,, The Barracks, Cork, Ireland. 

Kirkwood, Major J. M., Yeo Vale, N. Bideford, N. Devon. 
*Knatchbull-Hugessen, Hon. Eva, 3 Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. 
*Knatchbull-Hugessen, Hon. Mrs,, 5 Mandeville Place, W. 

Knaus, Charles Theodore, Esq., Grove Park, Denmark Hill, S.E. 

Knight, Mrs. Barry, Ivor Wood, Weybridge. 

Knight, Mrs. Lewis, Glencairn, Malvern. 

Knipe, H. E., Esq., 54 Wilbury Road, West Brighton. 

Knowles, James, Esq., Queen Anne's Lodge, St. James's Park, S.W. 
*Knox, Miss E. M., Exton Vicarage, Oakham, Rutland 

Knox, R. H., Esq., C.B., 1 Trouville Road, Clapham Park. 

Lacy, G., Esq., Bosleven, Trewithen Road, Penzance. 

Laing, Samuel, Esq., 36 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

Lambert, Rev. Brooke, The Vicarage, Green\sdch. 

Lambert, E., Esq., 1 Harrington Mansions, S. Kensington. 

Lambert, The Rt. Hon. Sir John, K.C.B., Milford House, Elms Road, 
Clapham. 

Laming, Mrs., 31 Holland Villas Road, Kensington. 
•Landsdell, Rev. H., Eyre Cottage, The Grove, Blackheath. 

Lane-Poole, Stanley, Esq., Birhng House, Eastdean, Eastbourne. 

Lang, A., Esq., 1 Marloes Road, Kensington. 
♦Larkin, Henry, Esq., The Hydes, near Abridge, Essex. 
•Latham, Miss, 3 Tretower Road, West Kensington. 

Lathbury, D. C, Esq., 10 Wynnstay Gardens, Kensington. 



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Laugbton, Prof. J. K., 130 Sinclair Road, W. Kensington Park. 
*Law, C, Esq., 36 Outram Road, Addiscombe, Croydon. 

Law, E., Esq., Hampton Conrt Palace, and 66 Curzon Street, W. 

Law, Captain, R.N., 65 George Street, Portman Square. 
*Law, H. T., Esq., 3 Seymour Street, W. 

Lawless, Tbe Hon. Emily, 66 Eaton Terrace, S.W. 

Lawley, Hon. F. C, 1 Oxford and Cambridge Mansions, N.W 

Lawrence, Lord, Cbetwode Manor, Buckingbam. 

Lawrence, Mrs., Tbe Rectory, Bermondsey Street, S.E. 
*Layard, Mrs. J. G., Tbe Crescent, Leatberbead. 

Leacb, Rev. H., Asbcburcb, Tewkesbury. 
*Leadam, I. S., Esq., 117 St. George's Square. 
*Leaf, W., Esq.. Old Cbange, E.C. 
*Leake, S. M., Esq., Marsbells, Ware, Herts. 
*Leatbes, Rev. Dr. Stanley, Clifife-at-Hoo, Rochester, Kent. 

Lecky, W. E. H., Esq., 38 Onslow Gardens, S.W. 
*Lee, A. M., Esq., 15 Campden Hill Road, Kensington. 
*Lee, Rev. J. B., Grammar Scbool, Barnet, Herts. 

Lee, Sidney L., Esq., 26 Brondesbury Villas, N.W. 

Lees, Rev. Wm., Sidlow Rectory, Reigate. 
*Lefevre, Miss Emily Sbaw, -41 Seymour Street, W. 
*Leicester, Rev. F., 3 York Villas, Kensington, W^. 

Leigb, C. Austen, Esq., 35 Cadogan Square, S.W. 
♦Leinster, His Grace tbe Duke of, 6 Carlton House Terrace. 

Lemon, A., Esq., Carlyle Mansions, Cbelsea. 

Leppington, Miss Dora, 51 Lansdowne Crescent, Leamington. 

LesHe, Rev. R. J., Tbe Vicarage, Holbeacb, St. John, Lincolnshire. 

Lessar, P., Esq., 29 Princes' Avenue, Liverpool. 

Le Strange, H., Esq., Hunstanton Hall, Norfolk. 
*Lewin, Colonel T. H., Parkburst, Abinger, Surrey. 

Lewin, Mrs. F. A., 9 Bolton Gardens West, South Kensington. 

Lewis, Rev. E. T., Christchurcb, Mayfair. 

Lewis, John, Esq., Spedan Tower, W^est Heath, Hampstead, N.W. 

Lewis, Miss M. A., 5 Cadogan Square, S.W. 

Lewis, Mrs. George, 88 Portland Place, W. 
*Lewis, Mrs. S. S., 2 Hersey Road, Cambridge. 

LiddeU, Lt.-Col., Army and Navy Club, S.W. 

Ligertwood, Dr., Royal Hospital, Cbelsea. 

LiUy, W. S., Esq., 27 Michael's Grove, Brompton, S.W. 

Lindsay, Lady Blanche, 41 Hans Place, S.W. 

Lindsay, Lieut. C. L., 58 Jermyn Street, S.W. 

Lindsay, W. A., Esq., 17 CromweU Road, South Kensington. 

Linton, Mrs. Lynn, Queen Anne's Mansions, St. James's Park. 
*Lister, Su: T. ViUiers, 38 Cadogan Square, S.W. 
*Litchfield, R. B., Esq., 31 Kensington Square. 

Littleton, Capt. Tbe Hon. A. C, R.N., 55 Warwick Square. 

Littleton, A. J,, Esq., Westwood Field, Sydenham, S.E. 

Livingston, E. B., Esq., 7 Orford Villas, Walthamstow. 
*Lloyd, E., Esq., Tbe Winns, Walthamstow. 

Lloyd, John, Esq., 15 Chepstow Place, Bayswater, W. 

Lloyd, S. S., Esq., 2 ComwaU Gardens, S.W. 

Lloyd, Thomas, Esq., The Priory, Warwick. 

Lloyd, W. W., Esq., 3 Kent Terrace, Regent's Park. 
*Lluellyn, Colonel, United Service Club, Pall Mall. 



xxviii LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Loch, C. S., Esq., Hedgeron, Queen Anne's Gardens, Bedford Park, Chiswick. 

Loch, W. A., Esq., 42 Eedcliffe Gardens, South Kensington. 

Locock, Sir Charles, Bart., 22 Gloucester Square, W. 

Locock, F., Esq., 9 Cambridge Terrace, W. 

Locock, Colonel H., 26 Courtfield Gardens, South Kensington. 
♦London, The Lord Bishop of, St. James's Square, and The Palace, Fulham. 

Long, Edwin, Esq., Kelston, Fitz-John's Avenue, N.W. 

Long, R. S., Esq., 38 Upper Parliament Street, Liverpool. 
*Long, Capt. Samuel, R.N., Bramfield, Hertford. 
♦Longman, C. J., Esq., 27 Norfolk Square, W. 

Longman, F. W., Esq., Newells, Horsham. 

Loring, William, Esq., St. Mary's Lodge, Ewshot, Farnham. 
*Lovegrove, Miss Margaret, St. John's Villas, East Dulwich. 

Lovelace, The Earl, Ocldiam Park, Ripley, Surrey. 

Lovett, Rev. R., Religious Tract Society, 56 Paternoster Row, E.G. 

Lovibond, Colonel A. Impey, New Hall, Ardleigh, Essex. 

Low, Sidney J., Esq., 2 Hare Court, Temple, E.G. 
*Lowndes, J. J., Esq., 2 Chelsea Embankment, S.W. 

Luard, Miss Julia, Winterslow Cottage, Boscombe, Bournemouth. 
*Lubbock, Sir John, Bart., M.P., 15 Lombard Street, and High Elms, 

Famborough, Kent — Trustee. 
*Lucas, E., Esq., Fern Lodge, Brook Green, Hammersmith. 
*Lucas, Mrs. L., 11 Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park. 

Ludlow, J. M., Esq., 8 Abingdon Street, Westminster. 

Lumley, Henry, Esq., 13 South Street, Park Lane, W. 

Lumsden, Col., R.A., 34 Roland Gardens, South Kensington. 

Lundgren, J. H., Esq., 29 St. Bartholomew's Road, Camden Road, N. 
*Lushington, E. L., Esq., Park House, Maidstone, Kent. 
♦Lushington, Franklin, Esq., 33 Norfolk Square, Hyde Park. 
*Lushington, Godfrey, Esq., 16 Great Queen Street, Westminster. 
*Lushington, Vernon, Esq., 36 Kensington Square, W. 

Lyall, H. W., Esq., 10a Albany Courtyard, Piccadilly. 

Lymington, Lord, M.P., Hurstbourne Park, Whitchurch. 
•Lynch, E. Melville, Esq., Clevedon, Hatchlands Road, Red Hill, Surrey. 

Lyschinska, Miss M. J., 31 St. Mary's Terrace, Paddington Green. 
•Lyte, H. C. M., Esq., 3 Portman Square, W. 

Lyttelton, Hon. and Rev. E., Eton College. 
*Lytton, Rt. Hon. Earl of, Knebworth House, Stevenage, Herts. 

*Maberley, James, Esq., Hawkley Hurst, Liss, Petersfield. 

MacAlister, J. Y., Esq., Medical and Chirurgical Society, Berners Street. 

Macarthur, Rev. J., St. Mary's Vicarage, Vincent Square, S.W. 
*Macaulay, H. W., Esq., 21 Beeches Road, West Bromwich. 
•MacCarthy, C. D., Esq., Branch Bank of England, 1 Park Lane, Leeds. 
♦M'Clean, Frank, Esq., Rusthall House, Pembury Road, Tunbridge Wells. 

McClintock, F. R., Esq., 12 Ebury Street, S.W. 

M'Clure, Rev. Edmond, 1 Onslow Place, S.W. 

Macdonald, Gen. R. M., 80 Oxford Gardens, North Kensmgton. 
♦MacDonell, Mrs. George Paul, 19 Old Square, Lmcoln's Inn. 

MacDonell, John, Esq., 4 Elm Court, Temple. 
•M'Grigor, Sir Charles R., Bart., 3 Queen's Gate, S.W. 
♦Mackail, J. W., Esq., 2 Mandeville Place, W. 

Mackay, Thomas, Esq., 14 Wetherby Place, S. Kensington. 

MacKean, Hugh, Esq., Summerfield, Warham Road, Croydon, 
♦Mackennal, Rev. A., Bowdon, Cheshire. 



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♦Mackenzie, Colin, Esq., 3 Little Stanhope Street, Ma}-fiair. 
♦McKerrel, R. M., Esq., 34 St. James's Place, S.W. 
*Mackeson, H. B., Esq., Hillside House, Hythe, Kent. 

Mackinnon, Rev. Donald D., Speldhurst Rectory, Tnnbridge Wells. 

Mackintosh, Angus, Esq., of Holme, 9 Bridge Street, Westminster. 

MacLachlan, Major D., 128 Lexham Gardens, Kensington. 

MacLachlan, D. B., Esq., 12 Museum Mansions, Great Russell Street. 

Maclagan, Gen. R., 4 West Cromwell Road, S. Kensington, S.W. 

MacLennan, Donald, Esq., 2 Vicarage Gardens, Campden Hill. 

MacLennan, Mrs. J. F., Hayes Common, Kent. 

McMahon, Colonel J. A., 20 Nevem Square, S.W. 

Macmillan, A., Esq., 29 Bedford Street, Covent Garden. 
♦Macnaught, Rev. J., 7 Rutland Gate, S.W. 

MacNeil, Richard, Esq., 37 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 
*Macpherson, W., Esq., 3 Kensington Gardens Square, W. 

Macpherson, Miss Florence, The Lodge, Blundell Sands, Liverpool. 

MacQueen, J., Esq., 27 Grosvenor Mansions, Victoria Street. 

Macquoid, Mrs., Stanley Place, Chelsea, S.W. 
•Macrae, Miss F., 6 Upper Baker Street, Portman Square. 

Mactavish, J. W., Esq., 31 Alfred Place West, S. Kensington. 

Malleson, Col. G. B., C.S.I., 27 West CromweU Road. 

Mallet, Bernard, Esq., 60 South Molton Street, Brook Street, W. 

Mallet, C. E., Esq., 6 Pembridge Place, W. 

Mander, Miss, The Mount, near Wolverhampton. 

Mann, J. Savunarez, Esq., 6 Blandford Square, N.W. 

Mann, Rev. W. H. G., Overton House, Sheemess. 

Mansford, Charles, Esq., Westminster Training College, Westminster. 

Marindin, G. E., Esq., Hill Brow, East Liss, Hants. 

Marjoribanks, D. S., Esq., 25 Park Road, Newcastle-on-T}-ne. 

Markham, C. R., Esq., 21 Eccleston Square, S.W. 

Markham, Dr., 9 Nightingale Lane, BaDiam. 

Marks, Rev. Prof. D. W., 30 Dorset Square, Regent's Park. 

Marlborough, Duke of, 44 Queen Anne's Gate, and Blenheim Palace, Wood- 
stock. 
*Marley, C. B., Esq., C.B., Belvedere, MuUingar, Co. Westmeath. 

MaiTack, R., Esq., Caer Eden House, Lynsdown, New Bamet. 

Marsden, Rev. Canon, Greyfriars, Colchester. 

Marshall, F. A., Esq., 8 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. 

Marsland, R. W., Esq., 2 Cumberland Gate, Kew. 
♦Martin, J. Biddulph, Esq., 17 Hyde Park Gate, S.W. 
*Martineau, John, Esq., Heckfield, Winchfield, Hants. 

Martyn, Rev. T. W., Aston, Abbots Vicarage, Aylesbury. 

Marzials, F. T., Esq., 2 Bloomfield ViUas, Uxbridge Road. 

Mathew, Theobald, Esq., 46 Queen's Gate Gardens. 
•Matthews, The Rt. Hon. Henry, Q.C., M.P., 6 Caiiton Gardens, S.W. 

Matthey, Mrs. Constance J., 97 Bel grave Road, S.W. 

Maude, T. J., Esq., 5 Bishopswood Road, Highgate, N. 
*Maudsley, Dr., 9 Hanover Square. 

Maxse, Vice- Admiral, 17 Wetherby Gardens, South Kensington. 

Maxwell, Colonel, Hampton Court Palace. 

May, Baroness, 2 Westfield Terrace, Fulham Road, Fulham. 

Mayne, Colbum, Esq., 75 Redcliffe Gardens, South Kensington. 

Mayo, Rev. R., Corsham, Chippenham, Wilts. 

Mayor, Rev. J. B., Queen's Gate House, Norbiton, Surrey. 
Meetkerke, Mrs. Laurel Bank, London Road, Forest Hill. 



XXX LIST OF MEMBEES OF 

Meinetzhagen, Mrs. A. H. J. C, 4 Cheyne Walk, S.W. 
♦Melliuish, J. E., Esq., Hillcot, King Charles Eoad, Surbiton. 

MelviU, R. J., Esq., 12 Pall Mall, S.W. 

Menzies, R. Stewart, Esq., M.P,, 32 Queen's Gate, S.W. 

Meredith, J. F. J., Esq., 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 

Micklethwaite, Miss M. A., Oberland, Great Malvern. 

Middlemore, S. G. C, Esq., Sunnyside, Victoria Road, Great Malvern. 

Middleton, Rev. F. M., Yorktown Vicarage, Farnborough, Hants. 

Middleton, E. E., Esq., The Lawn, Balham Park Road, S.W. 

Middleton- Wake, Eev. C. H., 2 South Villas, Campden Hill Eoad, W. 

Mildmay, Eev. A. St. J., Hartley Wintney Vicarage, Winchfield, Hants. 

Miles, Eev. Canon P., St. Julian, Hatherley Eoad, Kew Gardens. 

Millar, Gaskell, Esq., Mertonbank, 50 Kedleston Eoad, Derby. 

MiUer, A. W. K., Esq., 36 Stanley Gardens, Belsize Park, N.W. 

MiUer, Eobert, Esq., 8 Bayswater Hill, Hyde Park, W. 

Miller, WilHam, Esq., 2 Swan Walk, Queen's Eoad, Chelsea. 
*Miller, Wilham, Esq., Devonshire Club, S.W. 

Milligan, W. H., 95 Jermyn Street. 
♦Mills, Eev. Barton E. V., 34 Hyde Park Gardens, W. 
♦Mills, Miss Kate E., 9 College Terrace, Belsize Park, N.W. 

Milman, H. S., Esq., 1 Cranley Place, Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Mihie, A. G., Esq., The Court Yard, Eltham. 

Milner, Alfred, Esq., 47 Duke Street, St. James', S.W. 

Milroy, Eev. A. W., Queen's College, 43 Harley Street, W. 
*Minet, W., Esq., 18 Sussex Square, W. 

Minto, The Earl of, 12 Cavendish Square and Minto House, Hawick. 

Mitchell, A. D., Esq., Tensleys, Hampstead Green, N.W. 

Mitchell, H. D. Parry, Esq., The Gate House, Merevale, Atherstone, 

Mitchell, W. H., Esq., Navigation Office, Newry, Ireland. 
*Mivart, Prof. St. George, 16 Old Quebec Street, Oxford Street. 
*Mocatta, B., Esq. 

Moggridge, M. W., Esq., Woodfield Blackwood, near Newport, Mon. 

MoUe, W. M., Esq., 74 Prmces Square, Bayswater. 

Momerie, Eev. Prof. A. W., 53 Cornwall Eoad, Bayswater. W. 

Moncrieff, A. E. Hope, Esq., 107 Piccadilly. 
*Money-Coutts, F. B. T,, Esq., Ancote, Weybridge. 
♦Money, G. H., Esq. 
♦Money, Mrs. W. 

Monkhouse, W. Cosmo, Esq., 11 St. George's Terrace, Eegent's Park Eoad. 
♦Monro, C. H., Esq., Hadley, near Barnet, Herts. 

Montagu, The Et. Hon. Lord Eobert, 41 Queen's Gate, S.W. 

Monteagle, The Dowager Lady, 17a Onslow Gardens. 
*Montefiore, Claude G., Esq., 12 Portman Square. 

Monteith, Mrs. T., Priory Lodge, Sidmouth, Devon. 
•Montgomerie, F. B., Esq., 1 Cromwell Place, South Kensington. 

Montgomery, A. C, Esq., 112 Buckingham Palace Eoad. 
•Montgomery, Major, E.A., 41 The Common, Woolwich. 

Montmorency, Mrs. De, Castle Morris, Knocktopher, co. Kilkenny, Ireland. 

Moon, J. F., Esq., 85 Newman Street, Oxford Street. 
•Moore, H. K., Esq., 104 Bishopsgate Street, E.C. 

Moore, John Carrick, Esq., 113 Eaton Square, S.W. 
♦Moore, Septimus P., Esq., 179 Brecknock Road, N.W. 

Mordaunt, 0. D., Esq., 14 Harringay Park, Crouch End, N. 

Morgan, Arthur, Esq., 64 Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington Gore. 



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Morgan, Augustus, Esq., 12 Aldford Street, Park Lane, W. 

Morgan, E. Delmar, Esq., 15 Roland Gardens, South Kensington. 

Morgan, J., Esq., 1 Mulgrave Road, Sutton, Surrey. 

Morgan, Mrs. Lloyd, Milford Haven. 

Morland, Colonel J. Desborougli, Market Harborougb. 

Morley, The Rt. Hon. the Earl of, 31 Prince's Gardens, S.W. 

Morley, Prof. H., 8 Upper Park Road, Haverstock Hill. 
•Morris, E. A., Esq., 13 Park Street, Park Lane, W. 

Morris, !Miss M. R., Dudley YiUa, Bexley Heath, Kent. 

Morris, William, Esq., Kelmscott House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith. 

Morris, Mowbray, Esq., o9a Brook Street, W. 

Morrison, ilrs. Alfred, Fonthill House, Wilts, and 16 Carlton House 
Terrace. 

Morrison, Charles, Esq., 93 Harley Street. 

Morrison, Rev. W. D., 6 Heathfield Road, Wandsworth Common. 

Morse, Rev. T. D. C, 7 King Edward Street, E.C. 

Morton, E. J. C, Esq., 3 Crown Office Row, Temple, E.C. 
*Mostyn, Lieut. The Hon. R. E., 7 Cadogan Square, S.W. 
*Mouat, F., Esq., M.D., 12 Durham YOlas, Campden Hill, Kensington. 
*Mowatt, F., Esq., C.B., The Treasury, and Withdeane Hall, Patcham. 

Mudford, W., Esq., 28 Ladbroke Square, Notting Hill. 

Muir, Andrew, Esq., 42 Holland Park, Notting Hall. 

Muller, Miss, 58 Cadogan Place, S.W. 

Munk, WUham, Esq., M.D., 40 Finsbury Square, E.G. 

Mure, The Hon. Mrs., 4 Lennox Gardens, S.W. 

Murison, Prof. A. F., 54 Victoria Road, Clapham. 

Murphy, Dr. T. J., 154 High Street, Colchester. 

Murray, The Hon. D. 0., Union Club, Trafalgar Square. 

Murray, G. D. S., Esq., 6 Campden Hill Road, W. 

Murray, John, Esq., 50 Albemarle Street. 

Musgrave, G. A., Esq., 45 Holland Park, Kensington. 
*Myers, F. W. H., Esq., Leckhampton House, Cambridge. 

Myles, Rev. Percy, 1 Argyll Road, Castlehill, Ealing, W. 

Naime, Rev. A. K., Heene, Worthing, 
*Napier, John, Esq., Reform Club, Pall Mall. 

Napier, Rev. F. P., The Manse, Forton, Gosport. 

Nasmyth, James, Esq., Hammersfield, Penshurst, Kent. 

Neale, E. Yansittart, Esq., Bisham Abbey, Marlow, Bucks. 

Neill, A. C. B., Esq., 22 Ryder Street, St. James's, S.W. 

Nelson, Major, 6 Paragon, Clifton, Bristol. 
*Nettleship, R. L., Esq., Oxford. 

Nevins, Rev. W. Probyn, Scottish Club, 39 Dover Street, W. 

Newbatt, B., Esq., 15 St. James's Square, S.W. 

Newill, H. H., Esq., 70 Blenheun Crescent, Notting Hill, W. 

Newton, H. A., Esq., 10 Beaufort Gardens, S.W. 

Nibletti C. N., Esq., Colonial Office, S.W. 
*Nicholl, G. W., Esq., The Ham, Cowbridge, Glamorganshire. 
*Nicol, Miss L., Springwell House, Clapham Common. 

Nicoll, H. J., Esq., 114 Regent Street. 

Nicolson, Admiral Sir F., Bart., 15 William Street, Lowndes Square. 

Noble, Wilson, Esq., M.P., 43 Warrior Square, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

Noel, The Hon. Roden, 57 Anerley Park, S.E. 

Nordheimer, W., Esq., 43 Jermyn Street, S.W. 



xxxii LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Norgate, Fred., Esq., 1 York Villas, Campden Hill, W. 

Norman, H. J., Esq., 21 Cadogan Square, S.W. 
♦Norris, Miss L. F., Emery Down, Lyndhurst. 

Norris, Miss Lucy, Castle Hill, Bletchingley, Surrey. 

North, Miss M. Arabella, Hastings, Sussex. 
*North, Charles, Esq., Rougham, Norfolk. 
♦North, F. K., Esq., Rougham, Norfolk. 

Northboume, Lord, 6 Whitehall Gardens. 

Northcote, Rev. Dr., The Presbytery, Stoke-upon-Trent. 

Northcote, Stafford C, Esq., Devon House, Balham. 

Northumberland, The Duke of, 2 Grosvenor Place, S.W. 
*Norton, Henry, Esq. 

O'CarroU, Rev. J. J., Catholic University College, St. Stephen's Green, 
Dublin. 

O'Connell, Mrs., Kensington Palace Mansions, W. 

O'Donnell, W. J., Esq., 19 St. James's Place, S.W. 

Ogle, Miss A. C, Benwell, West Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

O'Hagan, Lady, Hereford House, Park Street, W. 

Oldfield, Rev. W. J., Mansfield. 
*01dham, Mrs. R., 6 Collingham Road, S. Kensington. 

Oliphant, Mrs., The Crescent, Windsor. 
*01iver, C. A., Esq., 38 Grove End Road, St. John's Wood. 

Ohver, Captain S. P., 2 Eastern Villas, Anglesey, Gosport. 

OMvier, Sydney, Esq., Colonial Office, S.W. 
*Onslow, Lord, 7 Richmond Terrace, Whitehall. 
•Oppenheim, Mrs., 40 Great Cumberland Place, Hyde Park. 

Ordish, T. Fairman, Esq., H.M. Patent Office, Southampton Buildings. 

Orpen, G. H., Esq., Erpingham, Bedford Park. 

O'Shaugnessy, R., Esq., 52 Northumberland Road, Dublin. 

Osmaston, T. P., Esq., 18 Church Row, Hampstead. 
♦Ouvry, Rev. P. T., East Acton, W. 

Overton, Rev. Canon J. H., Epworth Rectory, Doncaster. 
*Owen, Henry, Esq., 44 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park. 

♦Page, Herbert W., Esq., 146 Harley Street, W. 

Page, W., Esq., 22 Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

Paget, John, Esq., 28 Boltons, West Brompton. 

Paget, Miss Hughmont, Harrow-on-the-Hill. 

Pakenham, Miss G. M., Franklyns, Haywards Heath. ' 

Palmer, Miss Mary J., The Yews, Odiham, Hants. 
*Pankhurst, R. M., Esq., LL.D., 10 St. James's Square, Manchester. 
♦Parish, Rev. Chancellor W. D., Selmeston Vicarage, Polegate. 
*Parker, Henry, Esq., Oxford and Cambridge Club, S.W. 

Parker, John, Esq., Hill Side, High Wycomb. 

Parkyns, Mansfield, Esq., Woodborough Hall, Lowdham, near Nottmgham. 

Pamell, Col. The Hon. A., 3 Alexandra Terrace, Eny's Road, Eastbourne. 

Parr, G., Esq., M.D., 18 Upper Phillimore Place, Kensington. 
*Pasley, General C, R.E., C.B., 7 Queen Anne's Grove, Bedford Park. 

Paterson, James, Esq., 10 Hyde Park Mansions, Marylebone Road. 

Patterson, Lieut.-Col. C. D., Exons Apartments, St. James's Palace, S.W. 

Patterson, Major-Gen. M. T. L., 51 Pall Mall, S.W. 

Paul, Alexander, Esq., 57 Union Road, Clapham. 

Paul, John D., Esq., 118 Regent Road, Leicester. 



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Payn, James, Esq., 43 Warrington Crescent, Maida Vale. 
Payne, J. Home, Esq., Q.C., 20 Kensington Square. 
•Peace, Maskell W., Esq., Wigan, Lancashire. 

♦Peacock, Edward, Esq., The Manor, Bottesford, Brigg, Lincobishire. 
Peacock, The Rt. Hon. Sir Barnes, 40 Cornwall Gardens, S.W. 
Peacock, Rev. G. W., Ulceby Rectory, Alford, Lincoln. 
*Pearse, G. J., Esq., Ecclesiastical Commission, Whitehall Place. 
•Pearson, Rev. Canon G. C, St. Margaret's, Canterbury. 
Pearson, E. S., Esq., 17 North Common Road, Ealing. 
•Pearson, Miss J Frances, The Hasells, Sandy, Beds. 
Peel, The Rt. Hon. Sir F., Hampden-in-Arden, near Birmingham. 
Peel, Mrs., Combe Lodge, Bruton, Bath. 
•Pelham, The Hon. A. L., Moorcroft, Monmouth. 
Pender, Mrs., 18 Arlington Street, Piccadilly. 
PenneU, Mrs., 16 North Street, Westminster. 
•Pennethome, Rev. G. W., Ferring Vicarage, Worthing. 
Pennington, F., Esq., 17 Hyde Park Terrace, W. 
Penny, Rev. C. W., Wellington College, Berks. 
Penson, G. W., Esq., 6 Connaught Place, W. 
*Pepys, P. H., Esq., 44 Lowndes Street, Belgravia. 

Perceval, Chas. Spencer, Esq., 64 Eccleston Square, S.W 
•Percy, The Rt. Hon. Earl, 25 Grosvenor Square, W. 

Pereira, iliss, 44 Park Street, W. 

Perram, Rev. G. J., 128 Fellowes Road, South Hampstead. 

Perry, Rev. George, Rectory, Waddington, Lincoln. 

Peter, Mrs. R. G., Cavendish Rectory, Suffolk. 
♦Peters, F. H., Esq., 12 St. Margaret's Road, Oxford. 

Petter, Arthur, Esq., La BeUe Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill. 

Phehps, Mrs. C, Montacute House, Ilminster. 

Phihpp, A., Esq., 12 Momington ViUas, Bradford. 
•PhiUimore, Sir Walter G. F., Bart., D.C.L., Q.C., 86 Eaton Place, S.W. 
•Philhps, Rev. F. Parr, Stoke d'Abernon House, Cobham, Surrey. 

Phillips, Rev. F. G. A., Great Budworth, Northwich, Cheshire. 

PhiUipps-Wolley, Chve, Esq., 12 King's Bench Walk, Temple. 
•PhiUpotts, J. S., Esq., Bedford Grammar School. 

Phipps, Col. R. W., The Stone, Chalfont St. Giles, Slough. 

Phipps, Mrs. Wilton, 64 Pont Street, W. 
•Phipson, Miss Emma, 5 Park Place, Upper Baker Street. 

Pickering, E. G., Esq., 8 Church Road Terrace, Harrington, Cumberland. 

Pickersgill, E. H., Esq., M.P., 110 Farleigh Road, Stoke Newington. 

Pierce, Josiah, Esq., 31 Craven Hill Gardens, Bayswater. 

Pigou, F. A. P., Esq., Bignores, Dartford, Kent. 

Pike, H. Markham, Esq., 26 Old Burhngton Street, W. 
•Pilcher, Giles T., Esq., 33 Nottmgham Place, W. 

Plaskitt, Joseph, Esq., 19 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 
•Plumptre, The Very Rev. E. H., Dean of Wells, Deanery, WeUs, Somerset. 

Plumptre, Miss Constance, 36 Hamilton Terrace, N.W. 
•Plunkett, the Hon. H. C, 7 Grosvenor Place, S.W. 

Pochin, Rev. H., Shakerstone Vicarage, Atherstone. 
*Pollard, A. W., Esq., 1 The Mansions, Earl's Court Road, S.W. 

Pollard-Urquhart, W. W. D., Esq., Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Pollock, F., Esq., 48 Great Cumberland Place, W. 

Pollock, Dr. James E., 52 Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor Square. 
•PoUock, W. H., Esq., 168 Oakley Street, Chelsea. 

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xxxiv LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Ponsonby-Fane, The Hon. Sir S., Lord Chamberlain's Office, St. James's 
Palace. 

Pope, W. A., Esq., 106 Sloane Street, S.W. 

Pope, W. H. 

Porter, W. A., Esq., 1 Glazbury Road, West Kensington. 

Potter, Miss Beatrice, The Argoed, Monmouth. 

Potter, J. G., Esq., 2 Ennismore Gardens, Kensington. 
*Powell, F. S., Esq., M.P., 1 Cambridge Square, W. • 
*Powell, T., Esq., 9 Church Street, Penarth, Cardiff. 

Power, Edward, Esq., 16 Southwell Gardens, S.W. 

Pownall, Frank, Esq., 42 Onslow Square, S.W. 

Pratt, W. Roger, Esq., 72 Lexliam Gardens, Kensington. 

Prescott, Sir G. R., Bart., 9 Clarges Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Prescott-Westcar, C. W., Esq., 10 Eaton Place, S.W. 
*Preston, E. H. B., Esq., 99 Sydney Place, Bath. 

Pretious, Mrs., Newnham House School, Loughton, Essex. 

Price, Mrs. L. R., Marrington Hall, Chirbury, Salop. 
■*Prickard, A. 0., Esq., New College, Oxfor(J. 
*Prickett, Rev. T. W., United University Club, Pall Mall East. 

Prmsep, V., Esq., 1 Holland Park Road, S.W. 
*Prior, Dr. R. C. Alexander, 48 York Terrace, Regent's Park. 

Probyn, L., Esq., 2 Temple Gardens, Temple, E.C. 
*Prodgers, Edwin, Esq., Green End House, Hertford. 

PuU^e, Miss, St. Martin's Middle Class School, Charing Cross Road. 

Pulling, Alexander, Esq., 24 Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

Pym, C. Guy, Esq. 

Quick, Rev. R. H., Earlswood Cottage, Redliill. 

Radcliffe, Lt.-Gen. Sir PoUexfen, K.C.B., Deane House, Micheldever, Hants. 

Radford, Ernest, Esq., 9 Hammersmith Terrace, W. 
*Radford, Dr., Sidmount, Sidmouth, Devon. 

Raffalovitch, Andre, Esq., 1 Albert Hall Mansions, S.W. 
*Raikes, R. T., Esq., 24 Coleman Street, E.C. 

Ramsay, Sir J. H., Bart., Banff House, Alyth, N.B. 
*Ramsden, Sir John, Bart., 6 Upper Brook Street, W. 

Ramsden, W., Esq., Bracken Hill, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Ramus, Rev. C. M., Playden Rectory, Rye, Sussex. 
*Ranken, W. B., Esq., 99 Eaton Square, S.W. 

Ramiie, D. W., Esq., Conheath, Dumfries, N.B. 
*Rashdall, Rev. Hastings, 3 Eccleston Square, S.W. 

Rathborne, W., Esq., M.P., 18 Prince's Gardens, S.W. 
*Rawlins, F. H., Esq., Eton College, Windsor. 

Rawlinson, Sir R., C.B,, 11 The Boltons, West Brompton. 

Rayment, H., Esq., 6 Grosvenor Terrace, Sidcup. 

Read, G. S., Esq., 13 Ryder Street, St. James's. 

Reade, A., Esq., Salt Hill, near Slough, Bucks. 

Reeve, Henry, Esq., C.B., 62 Rutland Gate, Hyde Park. 

Reid, H. Stewart, Esq., 120 Cromwell Road. 

Rendel, J. M., Esq., 32 Campden Hill Gardens, W. 

Rendel, Sir A. M., 44 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park. 

Renouf, P. Le Page, Esq., 46 Roland Gardens, South Kensingtor 

Reynolds, Rev. Dr., Cheshunt College, Herts. 
*Rhodes, M. J., Esq., Brooks, Abergavenny. 



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Rhys, Rev. J. L., 11 Oxford Gardens, Netting Hill, W. 

Eibblesdale, Lord, Gisbume, Clitheroe. 

Ricardo, F., Esq., 40 Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Eicardo, Mrs., 25 Cleveland Square, Hyde Park. 

Richai-dson, E. G., Esq., 68 Estcourt Road, Watford, Herts. 

Richardson, Rev. J., The Vicarage, Barking, Essex. 

Richardson, W. H., Esq., Monkton Lodge, Jarrow-on-Tyne. 

RiddeU, Miss F. M. B., 9 West Eaton Place, S.W. 

Riddell, J. W. B., Esq., 2 Mitre Court Buildings, Temple. 
*Riddell, Sir W. B., Bart., 50 Queen's Gate, S.W. 

Ridgway, T. G., Esq., 21 Gwendwr Road, West Kensington. 
*Rigg, Rev. Dr., Horseferry Road, Westminster. 

Ripon, The Marquis of, 1 Carlton Gardens, S.W, 
*Ritchie, Richmond, Esq., Lidia Office, S.W. 
*Ritchie, W. J., Esq., 132 Lexham Gardens, Kensington. 
*Rix, Herbert, Esq., Royal Society, Burhngton House. 

Roberts, Miss D., 5 Queen's Gate Place, S.W. 
*Roberts, Miss C. A., 3 Cheyne Gardens, S.W. 

Roberts, Capt. Richard Thomas, Belmont, Caerleon, Monmouth. 

Roberts, Samuel, Esq., 34 Lady Margaret Road, N.W. 
♦Roberts, Rev. W. Page, 80 Westboume Terrace, W. 

Roberts, Rev. W. W., 40 Strawberry Hill Road, Twickenham. 

Robertson, A. D., Esq., 35 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 

Robertson, C. G., Esq., Jun. United Service Club, S.W. 

Robertson, Dr. C. Lockhart, Grand Avenue Mansions, West Brighton. 
*Robinson, Charles E., Esq., 2 Chester Place, Regent's Park. 

Robinson, Colonel F. M., R.A., Chuffe Holy Pont, Maidenhead. 

Robinson, G. T., Esq., 20 Earles Terrace, Kensington, W. 
*Roche, Henry, Esq., 29 Brompton Square, S.W. 

Eoden, The Earl of, 30 St. James's Place, S.W. 

Rogers, G. A. F., Esq., 15 Cornwall Street, St. George's Square, S.W. 

Rogers, Rev. J. G., 1 Prince's Gardens, Clapham. 

Rogers, John, Esq., Bumfoot, Preston Road, Brighton. 

Roget, J. L,, Esq., 5 Randolph Crescent, Maida Hill. 
*Romanes, G. J., Esq., 18 Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park. 
*Rooper, T. G., Esq., 13 Lindum Terrace, Bradford, Yorks. 

Roper, Harold, Esq., 31 Tavistock Road, Westboume Park. 
*Roscoe, E. S., Esq., 3 Stafford Terrace, Kensington. 
*Roscoe, H. W. K., Esq., 2 Sheffield Terrace, Campden Hill. 
*Rosebery, The Rigfit Hon. the Earl of, Berkeley Square, and Mentmore, 
Leighton Buzzard — Trustee. 

Ross, Rev. C. W., Greetham Rectory, Homeastle. 
*Ross, Rev. G. W. Lockhart, Belchamp Walter, near Sudbury, Suffolk. 

Ross, J. C, Esq., 46 Holland Street, Campden Hill, W. 
*Eoss, Lady, Balnagown Castle, Park Hill, Ross-shire. 

Rossiter, Mrs., 207 Camberwell Road. 
*Rotch, W. D., Esq., 9 Cork Street, Liverpool. 

Rotton, J. F., Esq., 3 The Boltons, West Brompton. 

Round, J. H,, Esq., 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton. 
*Roundell, Charles, Esq., 16 Curzon Street, W. 

Rowland, Rev. W. J., Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Tlminster, Somerset. 
*Roxburgh, W. H., Esq., 23 Station Road, Willesden Junction, N.W. 

Rudler, F. W., Esq!, 28 Jermyn Street, S.W. 

Rule, M., Esq., The Hermitage, Stanbrook, Worcester. 

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xxxvi LIST OF MEMBEES OF 

♦Kussell, Lady Ella, 81 Eaton Square, S.W. 

♦Eussell, Miss Ellen, Furzebank, Higher Warbury, Torquay. 

Kussell, Col. J. C, The Hoystings, Old Dover Road, Canterburj-. 

Eussell, Lady, Swallowfield Park, Reading. 
♦Russell, Sir WiUiam, Bart., 83 Belgrave Road, S.W. 

Eussell, W. H., Esq., LL.D., 27 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Eutley, Miss E., 2 Edinburgh Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W. 
*Eutson, A., Esq., 7 Half Moon Street, Piccadilly. 

Eutter, H., Esq., 4 Warrington Crescent, W. 

Eye, Walter, Esq., Winchester House, Lower Eichmond EoEid, Putney. 

Eylands, T. G., Esq., Highfields, Thelwall, near Warrington. 

St. Clair, the Hon; Jas. C, 24 Eyder Street, St. James's. 
♦Salkeld, Mrs. L. M., Holm Hill, Carlisle. 

Salmon, C. S., Esq., 11 Hyde Park Mansions, N.W. 

Salt, Eev. Edward, Standon Eectory, Eccleshall, Staffordshire. 

Salt, H. S., Esq., 38 Gloucester Eoad, Eegent's Park, N.W. 

Sandars, T. C, Esq., 46 Cleveland Square, Hyde Park. 

Sanders, S., Esq., 7 De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Sandell, Miss H. E., Southborough House, Putney Hill. 
*Sandeman, Miss E. V. G., 24 Cambridge Square, W. 
^Sanderson, Sir T. H., 65 Wimpole Street. 

Sands, Mahlon, Esq., 25 George Street, Hanover Square. 

Sandys, Col., M.P., Graythwaite Hall, Ulverston. 

Sartoris, E. J., Esq., Warsash House, Lichfield. 

Savile, Lieut.-Col. A. E., 8 The Terrace, York Town, Farnborongb. 

Scarlett, Col. Leopold, Berwick Lodge, Eyde, Isle of Wight. 
*Scarth, Leveson, Esq., 3 Melbury Eoad, Kensington, W. 

Scoones, W. B., Esq., 14 Chelsea Embankment, S.W. 
*Scott, Mrs. C, The Parsonage, Forres, N.B. 

Scott, Dukintield H., Esq., 8 Thornton Hill, Wimbledon. 

Scott, J. M., Esq., Coventry. 

Scott, The Hon. Mrs. Maxwell, Abbotsford, Melrose, N.B. 

Scott, Captain William, East Limes, Upper Eichmond Eoad, Putney. 

Scrymgour, Eev. E. P., St. John's Parsonage, St. John's Wood- 
*Seal, Horace S., Esq., 19 Craven Hill, Lancaster Gate. 
*Seaton, E. C, Esq., 5 Poplar Grove, Shepherd's Bush. 
*Seed, Eev. T. Alex., Melbourne, near Derby. 

Seeley, Prof. J. E., 7 St. Peter's Terrace, Cambridge. 
*Selby, W. D., Esq., 9 Clyde Street, EedcHffe Gardens, S.W\ 

Sergeant, Lewis, Esq., 13 Girdlers Eoad, W. 

Seymour, Miss E. J., 18 Thurloe Place, S.W. 
*Seymour, H. F., Esq., 76 Gloucester Place, Portman Square. 
♦Seymour, Major-General W. H., Shaldon Lodge, Alton, Hant?. 
*Shadwell, C. L., Esq., 21 Nottingham Place, W. 
*Shadwell, J. E. L., Esq., Christ Church, Oxford. 

Shaen, W. G., Esq., 15 Upper Phillimore Gardens, W. 

Shand, A. I., Esq., Crockham House, Edenbridge, Kent. 

Shannon, F. A., Esq., 7 Westbourne Terrace. 

Shapter, Dr. Thos., 47 St. Peter's Street, St. Albans. 
♦Sharp, A. D., Esq., 6 South Grove, Highgate, N. 

Sharp, Lewin, Esq., Charing Cross Chambers, Adelphi. 

Sharp, Miss M., 1 Highbury Terrace, N.W. 

Shaw, MissF. L., Parkhurst Cottage, Abinger Common, Surrey. 



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Shaw, Rev. G. W. Hudson, ThomcliflFe Parish, Shyll Road, lUdey, Leeds. 

Shaw, W., Esq., 116 Highbury New Park, N. 

Shee, R. J., Esq., 20 Prince's Square, W. 

Sheil, James, Esq., 13 King's Bench Walk, E.G. 

Shepard, H. D., Esq., 10 Kent Terrace, Regent's Park. 
♦Shipley, Orby, Esq., 39 Thurloe Square, S.W. 

Shoobridge, W. S., Esq., Albury Hall, Ware, Herts. 

Shorter, A., Esq., Parkhouse, Hampton Wick. 

Shorter, C. K., Esq., 2 Gresley Road, Homsey Lane, N. 
*Sidgwick, H,, Esq., Trinity College, Cambridge. 
*Sidgwick, Mrs., 32 Russell Road, Kensington. 

Sim, Mrs. C. A., 8 James Street, Buckingham Gate. 

Simcox, Rev. W. H., Woodleigh, Mayfield, Sussex. 

Sime, J., Esq., 1 Queen Anne's Grove, Chiswick. 

Sime, W., Esq., 7 Torrington Square, W.C. 

Simeon, The Hon. Lady, 2 Aldford Street, Park Lane. 

Simeon, Rev. G. Barrington, Dunster Priory, Somerset. 
*Simmou3, Major-General Sir Lintom, K.C.B., 36 Cornwall Gardens. 

Simpkinson, Rev. C. H., St. Paul's Vicarage, Lorrimore Square, Wal- 
worth, S.E. 

Simpson, C. T., Esq., 14 Cornwall Gardens, S. Kensington. 

Simpson, Geo., Esq., Holly Lodge, Shooters Hill Road, Blackheath. 

Simpson, H. B., Esq., 45 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park. 
*Simpson, Richard, Esq., 13 Thurlow Road, Hampstead. 
♦Sinclair, Rev. W. M., St. Stephen's Vicarage, Westminster. 

Sisley, R., Esq., 1 Park Row, Knightsbridge, and Ockford House, Godalming. 

Skrine, Henry D., Esq., Claverton Manor, Bath. 

Slack, S. B., Esq., Holly Bank, Green Moor, near Wortley, Sheffield. 

Slade, Miss, care of Mrs. Slade, Hampton Court Palace. 

Smiles, Dr. Samuel, 8 Pembroke Gardens, Edwardes Square. 
*Smith, A. H., Esq., Riverbank, Putney. 

Smith, Rev. A. J., Avonmore, Moseley, Birmingham. 

Smith, A. M., Esq., 14 Half Moon Street, W. 

Smith, Christopher B., Esq., 7 Grove End Road, St. John's Wood. 
•Smith, E. J., Esq., WhitehaU Place. 
♦Smith, F. Coverley, Esq., 68 St. James's Street, Nottingham. 

Smith, G. de Bemiere, Esq., 2 St. Katherine's, Regent's Park. 
*Smith, G. Murray, Esq., 15 Waterloo Place. 

Smith, Lieut. -Colonel Gerard, Tranby Hall, Hessle, near Hull. 

Smith, Gerard W., Esq., North Lodge, MusweU Hill, N. 
♦Smith, Goldwin, Esq., Toronto, Canada. 

Smith, Mrs. Graham, Easton Grey, Malmesbury. 

Smith, Rev. Preb. J. Gregory, Vicarage, Malvern. 

Smith, J. H., Esq., St. George's Vestry, Mount Street, W. 

Smith, J. Parker, Esq., Cadogan Mansions, Sloane Square, S.W. 

Smith-Gordon, Lionel, Esq., 82 West CromweU Road, S.W. 
♦Smith, Miss Rosalind Shore, 42 Albert Hall Mansions, S.W. 
♦Smith, Rev. W. E., The Vicarage, Corton, Lowestoft. 
♦Smith, The Right Hon. William Henry, M.P., 3 Grosvenor Place. 

Smith, W. H., Esq., Campshill House, Lewisham. 

Smith, Dr. W,, 94 Westboume Terrace, Hyde Park. 

Smyth, T. P., Esq., 2 Stanhope Terrace, Hyde Park Gardens. 
♦Snowden, Rev. J. H., St. Pauls Vicarage, Hammersmith. 

Solomon, J., Esq., 7 TAnhill Road, St. Peter's Park, W. 



xxxviii LIST OF MEMBEES OF 

*Southwell, Et. Eev. the Lord Bishop of, Thurgarton Priory, Southwell. 

Spalding, Colonel H., 94 Piccadilly. 
*Spalding, Samuel, Esq., South Darenth, Kent. 

Spark, Miss A., 2 Harrington Mansions, South Kensington. 

Sparkes, Miss, 8 Observatory Avenue, Campden Hill. 

Sparks, E. A., Esq., Suffolk House, Putney Hill. 
*Spence, Mrs., Picts Hill, Turvey, Beds. 

Spencer, Herbert, Esq., 7 Marine Square, Brighton. 

Spencer, Lady Sarah, 28 St. James's Place, S.W. 
*Spicer, Henry, Esq., 14 Aberdeen Park, Highbury, N. 

Stack, J. H., Esq., 30 Kensington Park Gardens, W. 
*Stahlschmidt, J. C, Esq., Frensham House, Fontenoy Eoad, Balham, S.W. 
*Stanford, E., jun., Esq., 17 Spring Gardens, S.W. 
*Stanhope, The Hon. and Eev. H. A., Ashe Warren, Overton, Hants. 
*Stanhope, The Et. Hon. E., M.P., 111 Eaton Square, S.W. 

Staniforth, Mrs. H., 28 Princes Gate, S.W. 
*Stanley, Dr. W. H. E., 106 West Eoad, West Ham Park, Essex. 
*Stanton, Edward, Esq., The Knoll, Eedhill, Surrey. 
^Staples, J. H., Esq., 41 Brondesbury Villas, N.W. 

Stapleton, E. J., Esq., Home Office, Whitehall. 

Stapylton, H. E. C, Esq., 72 Warwick Street, S.W. 
*Stebbing, William, Esq., 79 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park. 
*Steere, Et. Eev. E., Bishop of Central Africa. 

Steinmeitz, John Henry, Esq., Heathfield, Bushey Heath, Herts. 
"Stephen, Sir J. Fitzjames, K.C.B., 32 De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W. 
*Stephen, J. K., Esq., 32 De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W. 
*Stephen, Leslie, Esq., 22 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington Gore. 

Stephen, Major J. Y., 16 Lennox Gardens, Pont Street, S.W. 

Stephens, S. S., Esq., 54 Brook Street, W. 

Stephens, Eev. Preb. W. E. W., Woolbeding Eectory, Midhurst, Sussex. 

Stephenson, B. C.-, Esq., The Chestnuts, Uxbridge. 

Stephenson, Mill, Esq., 2 Clyde Villas, Parkmore Eoad, Thornton Heath. 
*Stepney, Sir Arthur Cowell, Bart., M.P., Llanelly, Carmarthen. 
*Stem, Edward D., Esq., 11 Princes Gate, S.W. 
*Stevens, Eev. H. W. P., High Street, Hadley, High Barnet. 
^Stevenson, J. J., Esq., The Eed House, Bayswater Hill. 

Stewart, C. E., Esq., 66 Brunswick Place, Brighton. 

Stewart, Colonel C. E., 51 Eedcliffe Square, S.W. 
Stewart, C. J., Esq., 61 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Stewart, Eev. C. E. Shaw, 23 Sutherland Place, Bayswater, W. 
Stewart, Major-General J. Shaw, E.E., 61 Lancaster Gate. 
Stewart, M. J. Shaw, Esq., 1 Worcester Terrace, Clifton. 
Stobart, St. Clair N. M., Esq., Penmorva, Falmouth. 
Stokes, Whitley, Esq., 15 Grenville Place, Cromwell Eoad. 
Stone, J. Harris, Esq., 11 Sheffield Gardens, Kensington. 

♦Stone, W. G., Esq., Walditch, Bridport. 
Storr, F., Esq., 40 Mecklenburg Square, W.C. 

♦Story, W. H., Esq., The College, Marlborough. 

*Stott, Eev. George, SaHsbury Eoad, W. Barnet 

♦Stovin, Eev. C. F., Union Club, and 17 Connaught Square, W. 

•Strachan, G. A., Esq., 13 Hyde Park Mansions. 
Strachey, Sir John, G.C.S.I., 37 Cornwall Gardens, S.W. 
Strachey, Sir Edward, Bart., Sutton Court, Pensford, Bristol. 

♦Strachey, John St. Loe, Esq., 14 Cornwall Gardens, S.W. 



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Stracliey, Lt.-General R., Lidia Office, and 69 Lancaster Gate, W. 
♦Strange, Miss Letitia G., North Hill, Windlesham, near Bagshot. 

Strangways, A. H. Fox, Esq., Wellington College, Wokingham. 

Stratheden and Campbell, Lord, 17 Bruton Street, W. 
♦Streatfield, Mrs., The Limes, Leigham Court Road, Streatham. 

Stretton, J. H., Esq., 2 Dean Street, Park Lane, W. 

Strode, Mrs., Camden Place, Chislehurst. 

Stuart, Major-General, Hobume, Christchurch, Hants. 

Stubbs, Rev. C. W., Stokenham, Kingsbridge, S. Devon. 

Sturt, H., Esq., Oakfield Lodge, Hayward's Heath. 
*Suffield, Rev. R. R., Malvern Villa, Craven Road, Reading, Berkshire. 

Summers, Rev. W., Danehill Vicarage, Uckfield. 

Surr, Watson, Esq., Walters^ille House, Homsey Rise, N. 

Surridge, Rev. H. A. Dillon, High Leigh Vicarage, Knutsford, Cheshire. 
*Sutton, H., Esq., 49 Lexham Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Sutton, Hon. J. G. H. Maimers, 12 Queensbury Place, S.W. 

Swaffield, G. 0., Esq., 38 Ospringe Road, Kentish Town. 
*Swain, Miss A., 5 Addison Crescent, Kensington. 
•Swanwick, Miss, WTiittington, Chesterfield. 
*Swanwick, R., Esq., Roy. Agricultural College Farm, Cirencester, 
♦Sweet, H., Esq., 17 Raby Place, Bath. 

Swindells, Miss M. C, 14 Avenue Park Villas, Court Road, West Dulwich. 
*Sykes, Miss E. Constance, Roy. Military College, Yorktown, Fambro. 

Symonds, J. A., Esq., Amhof, Davos Platz, Suisse. 

Symonds, W. P., Esq., Okeleigh, Hereford. 

Symons, Arthur, Esq., Coton Road, Nuneaton. 

Tagore, G. M., Esq., 17 Collingham Road, South Kensington. 
*Tait, Robert, Esq., 14 Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square. 
♦Talbot, Hon. R., 2 Paper Buildings, Temple. 

Tasker, Rev. J. G., Wesleyan College, Richmond, Surrey. 
*Tattersall, J. F., Esq., Dunster Court, Mmcing Lane, E.C. 
*Tatton, R. G., Esq., 29 Cadogan Terrace, S.W. 
♦Tavistock, The Marchioness of, 37 Chesham Place, S.W. 
*Taylor, Mrs., Chipchase Castle, Wark-on-Tyne. 

Taylor, Rev. A. D., Church Stanton, Honiton. 

Taylor, General Sir Alexander, K.C.B., R.E., Coopers Hill, Staines. 

Taylor, Arnold, Esq., Local Government Board, Whitehall. 

Taylor, G. Noble, Esq., The Mount, Ascot. 
*Taylor, Miss Helen, 13 Harrington Road, South Kensington. 

Taylor, H, G. F., Esq., 17 Manor Mansions, Belsize Park Gardens. 

Taylor, J. T., Esq., 19 Woodchiu-ch Road, West Hampstead. 

Taylor, Mrs. Tom, 22 St. Ann's Villas, Nottmg Hill. 

Tedder, H. R,, Esq., Athenaeum Club. 

Tegart, Dr. Edward, 49 Jermyn Street, St. James's. 

Telfer, Major, 5 New Croxted Road, West Dulwich. 

Telford, Rev. J., 57 Church Road, Richmond. 

Temple, T. R. S., Esq., 8 Norfolk Crescent, W. 

Tennant, J., Esq., 19 The Boltons, S. Kensington. 

Tennyson, Lord, Faringford, near Freshwater, Isle of Wight. — President. 

Tennyson, The Hon. Mrs. Lionel, 11 Albert Hall Mansions, S.W. 

Thicknesse, Miss, Precincts, Peterborough. 

Thomas, Ernest C, Esq., 13 South Square, Gray's Inn. 
*Thomas, Miss Bertha, 11a Cunningham Place, St. John's Wood Road. 



xl LIST OF MEMBERS OF 

Thomas, Miss M. Carey, 14 Bedford Place, Russell Square. 

Thompson, Rev. Archer, Milton Lodge, Wells, Somerset. 
♦Thompson, Miss Edith, Dudlow Grange, Wavertree, Liverpool. 

Thompson, Hem-y F. H., Esq., 35 Wimpole Street, W. 

Thompson, Lady, Coombe Lodge, Petersfield, Hants. 
♦Thompson, Henry Yates, Esq., 26a Bryanston Square, W. 

Thompson, J. Eyre, Esq., 8 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

Thompson, Dr. Reginald E., 48 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. 
♦Thompson, V. T., Esq., 195 Belle Vue Road, Leeds. 
♦Thompson, W. H., Esq., East India U. Service Club, St. James's Square. 

Thomson, A. D., Esq., 12 Pembridge Villas, Westbourne Grove. 

Thomson, H. R., Esq., 144 Lexham Gardens, Kensington. 

Thomson, Rev. J. Radford, Fernside, Nether Street, Finchley. 

Thorn, A. G., Esq., War Office, Pall Mall. 

Thornton, J. S., Esq., Victoria Park School, Manchester. 

Thornton, Percy M., Esq., Battersea Rise, Clapham, and Heathlands, 
Bournemouth. 

Thornycroft, Hamo, Esq., A.R.A., 18 Wynnstay Gardens, Kensington. 
*Thring, Lord, 5 Queen's Gate Gardens, South Kensington. 

Thudicum, Dr., 11 Pembroke Gardens, Kensington. 

Thursfield, J. R., Esq., 11 Montague Place, Russell Square. 

Thynne, Ion, Esq., 30 Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. 
*Tipping, H. A., Esq., 68 Brompton Road, S.W. 

Todd, G., Esq., Dover House, Whitehall. 

Todhunter, Dr., Orchardcroft, Bedford Park, Cliiswick. 
*Tollemache, The Hon. Mrs., Tilstone Lodge, Tarporley, Cheshire. 
*ToUemache, The Hon. H., 10 St. James's Square, S.W. 
*ToUemache, The Hon. Lionel, 10 St. James's Square, S.W. 

Tomes, C. S., Esq., 37 Cavendish Square, W. 

Tomes, Sir J., F.R.S., Upwood Gorse, Caterham, Surrey. 
♦Tomline, George, Esq., F.R.G.S., 1 Carlton House Terrace. 

Tomhnson, T., Esq., 3 Richmond Terrace, Whitehall. 

Tomlinson, W., Esq., 3 Richmond Terrace, Whitehall. 

Tompkins, John L., Esq., 71 Oakfield Road, Penge. 
*Tonge, George, Esq., 25 Brunswick Place, Brighton. 
*Tooke, Rev. T. H. 

Topham, Dr. J., 19 Collingham Road, South Kensington. 

Torrens, W. T. M'Cullagh, Esq., 121 Brixton Road. 

Tourreil, Georges, Esq., St. Mary's, Elphinstone Road, Hastings. 

Tout, Prof. T. F., St. David's Coll., Lampeter. 
♦Tower, J. C. Fitzroy, Esq., 11 Grosvenor Mansions, Victoria Street. 
*Tower, T., Esq., 11 Grosvenor Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W. 
♦Townsend, Meredith, Esq., 94 Harley Street, W. 

Tracey, G. M., Esq., Redlands, Edenbridge, Kent. 

Traill, H. D., Esq., 27 Brechin Place, S. Kensington. 

Tregellas, Walter H., Esq., War Office, Horse Guards. 

Trendell, A. J., Esq., Science and Art Department, S.W. 
•Trevelyan, Rt. Hon. Sir G. 0., Bart., M.P., 8 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. 

Trier, Anthony, Esq., Beausite Villa, Champion Hill, Denmark Hill. 

Trimen, Capt., Junior Army and Navy Club, St. James's Street. 

Tripp, Miss F. E., 152 Oakley Street, Chelsea. 

Troup, C. E., Esq., 39 Pembroke Square, Kensington, W. 
•Trower, H. Seymour, Esq., 51 Montagu Square. 

Trulock-Hankin, H. A., Esq., K3 Albany, Piccadilly. 



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Tucker, St. George, Esq., Goshen, Branlcsome Park, Bournemouth West. 
Tulloch, Major H., R.E., Local Government Board, Whitehall. 
Turing, Sir R. Eraser, Bart., Chilgrove, Chichester. 
Turner, Rev. C. S., 49 Gimterstone Road, West Kensington. 
Turner, E. J., Esq., Sunny side, Winchester. 
Turner, F. C, Esq., 10 Collingham Road, S. Kensington. 
Turner, Rev. S. W., The Rectory, Little Ellingham, Attlehorough, Norfolk. 
Tumor, Miss, Stoke Rochford, Grantham. 
♦Turton, R. B., Esq., 7c Lower Belgrave Street, S.W. 
Twiss, Sir Travers, F.R.S., D.C.L., Q.C., 71 Hamilton Terrace, N.W. 

Underhill, John, Esq., 2 Northumberland Street, W.C. 
♦Upton, Rev. C. B., 7 Lenthall Road, Dalston. 
Urquhart, H. J. D., Esq., Bartika, Hampton Wick. 

♦Vacher, A., Esq., 7 Stanley Crescent, Notting Hill. 
Van Wart, A., Esq., Baring Brothers, E.C. 

* Vance- Smith, P., The Parsonage, Hindley, near Wigan. 
Vaughan, C. E., Esq., 11 Cannynge Square, Clifton, Bristol. 

♦Vaughan, The Very Rev. Dr. C. J., Dean of Llandaff, Temple, E.C— 

Vice-President. 
*Vaughan, E. L., Esq., Eton College. 
*Vaughan, H., Esq., 28 Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park. 

* Vaughan, Rev. J. S., 28 Beaufort Street, Chelsea. 

*Venables, G. S., Esq., Q.C., Llysdinam Hall, Rhayader, South Wales. 

*Vemey, Captain E. H., R.N., Rhianva, Bangor. 

*Vemey, F. W., Esq., Pineacre, Sunningdale, Berks. 

*Vemey, The Rt. Hon. Sir Harry, Bart., Claydon House, Winslow, Bucks. 

Vian, A., Esq., 3 Craven Street, Strand. 

Vincent, C. W., Esq., Reform Club. 

Vincent, Sir Edgar, 8 Ebury Street, S.W. 
*Vincent, J., Esq., 3 Hyde Park Terrace. 

Viner, Mrs., 29 Hereford Square, S. Kensington. 
*Vokins, Harry, Esq., 160 Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 

Waddington, Samuel, Esq., 47 Connaught Street, Hyde Park. 

Waite, W., Esq., School for Sons of Missionaries, Blackheath. 
♦Waldegrave, Hon. and Rev. H. Noel, 50 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

Walden, Rev. Treadwell, 2 Lawn Terrace, Blackheath. 

Waldron, Captain F., R.A., Staff College, Camberley, Surrey. 
, Walford, Major W. L., 66 Lowndes Square, S.W., and 4 Roxburgh Terrace, 
Shoeburyness. 

Walker, Emery, Esq., 3 Hammersmith Terrace, W. 

Walker, Mrs. J. E., 83 Queen's Gate, S.W. 

Walker, Thomas, Esq., 53 Addison Road, Kensington. 

WaU, P. W., Esq., 9 Duke Street, Portland Place. 
*V\'allace,. Alfred R., Esq., Nickwood Cottage, Frith Hill, Godalming. 

Wallas, Graham, Esq., Sussex House School, Streatham. 

Wallas, Miss M. T., Shobrooke Rectory, Crediton, Devon. 
*Walpole, Spencer, Esq., Government House, Isle of Man. 

Walpole, S. C, Esq., Halstow, Park Hill, Carshalfcon. 

Walsh, V. Hussey, Esq., 1 Glendower Place, S. Kensington. 
•Walters, R., Esq., Ware Priory, Ware, Herts. 

Ward, Professor A. W., 7 Ladybam Road, Fallowfield, Manchester. 



xlii . LIST OF MEMBEKS OF 

'■■'Ward, C. A., Esq., Waltliamstow. 

Ward, F. E., Esq., 26 Hyde Park Street. 
*Ward, E., Esq., Erskine Chambers, 36 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 

Ward, T. Humphrey, Esq., 61 Eussell Square, W.C. 

Ward, Wilfrid, Esq., Highfield, Freshwater, Isle of Wight. 

Wardle, G., Esq., 9 Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, W.C. 

* Warner, E., Esq. 

Warner, G. F., Esq., 32 Matheson Eoad, W. Kensington. 
Warner, Mrs. G. T., Newton College, S. Devon. 
*Warr, Mrs. George, 4 Penywern Eoad, S.W. 
Warren, Major-General Sir Charles, K.C.M.G., 4 Whitehall Place, S.W. 

* Warren, Eev. F. E., Frenchay Eectory, Bristol. 
*Waters, George E., Esq., 97 Westbourne Grove. 
*Watson, C. K., Esq., 49 Bedford Square, W.C. 

Watson, Major C. M., E.E., Brompton Barracks, Chatham. 

Watson, Eev. G. A. F., Abbotsley, St. Neot's, Hunts. 

Watson, Eev. Patrick, Christchurch, Battersea, S.W. 

Watts, E. H., Esq., Hanslope Park, Stony Stratford. 

Waugh, Eev. F. G., Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Wavell, W., Esq., 54 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, 

Wayte, Eev. W., 6 Onslow Square, S.W. 

Webb, Sidney, Esq., 27 Keppel Street, Eussell Square. 
*Webber, Major-Gen., E.E., C.B., 17 Egerton Gardens, Brompton Eoad, S.W. 

Weber, Dr. Herman, 10 Grosvenor Street, W. 

Webster, J. Claude, Esq., Queen Anne's Mansions, St. James's Park. 

Webster, T., Esq., 3 Howard Street, Strand, W.C. 

Wedgwood, Hensleigh, Esq., 31 Queen Aime Street, W. 
*Wedgwood, Miss Julia, 66 George Street, Portman Square. 

Weir, Archibald, Esq., Windmill Hill, Enfield. 

Welby, Lady, Denton Manor, Grantham. 
*Welby, Major Alfred, O.E., Jun. United Service Club. 
*Welby, Sir E. E., 95 Jermyn Street, S.W. 
*Wells, Miss, 30 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

Wemyss, Mrs. M. Erskine, Clock House, Chelsea Embankment. 
*Wenden, J. G., Esq., Dursley, Gloucestershire. 

Wenham, Eev. Canon, Mortlake, S.W. 
♦Wentworth, Lord, Wentworth House, Swan Walk, Chelsea. 

West, Sir Algernon, K.C.B., St. James's Palace. 

West, E., Esq., Amersham Hall, Caversham, near Eeading. 

West, Eev. Dr. W. D., The Cottage, Nightingale Lane, Clapham Common. 
*Westlake, J., Esq., Q.C., The Eiver House, 3 Chelsea Embankment. 

Weston, Lieut.-Colonel Hunter, Hunterston, West Kilbride, Ayrshire. 

Wharton, H. Thornton, Esq., 39 St. George's Eoad, Abbey Eoad, N.W. 
*Whatman, W. G., Esq., 73 Lombard Street, E.C. 

Wheatley, H. B., Esq., 12 Caroline Street, Bedford Square. 
*Wheeler, Eev. A., St. Mary's Eectory, Hoo, near Eochester. 
♦Whidbome, Eev. G. F., 11 Sydney Place, Onslow Square. 

Whinyates, Maj.-Gen., 1 Westbourne Square, W. 

Whishaw, B., Esq., The Mill House, Felstead, Essex. 

Whitbread, J. Howard, Esq., 10 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 

White, Henry, Esq., 9 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. 
♦White; John, Esq., 8 Paper Buildings, Temple. 

White, J. B., Esq., 14 Vicarage Gate, Kensington. 

White, Leadham 0., Esq., 25 Cranley Gardens, S.W. 



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White, Miss M. H., Dalmore, Loclifesclian, Oban, N.B, 

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Whiteway, Mrs. C. P., 7 Onslow Place, S.W. 

Whittuck, Rev. C. A., Great Shefford Rectory, Lamboum, Berks. 
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Wilbraham, Gen. Sir R., Rode Hall, Stoke-on-Trent. 

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Gordon, Miss K., 8 Phillimore Gardens, W. 
Laing, H., Esq., 13 Park Place, S.W. 

Mitchell, C. Pilfield, Esq., 37 Queen's Gardens, Lancaster Gate. 
Morrison, J., Esq., 31 Torrington Square, W.C. 
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APPENDIX 



TO THE 

CATALOGUE OF THE LONDON LIBRARY 

COXTAIXIXG 

LISTS OF CONTENTS OF LONG SETS AND OF WORKS PRINTED BY SOCIETIES, 

TOGETHER WITH THE HEADINGS 'CATALOGUES,' ' PARLL\MENTARY 

REPORTS,' AND 'TRACTS,' WHICH ARE REPRESENTED IN THE 

GENER.y;. LIST ONLY BY CROSS-REFERENCES. 



SociETT Publications. — In the description of these in the Appendix, the words printed 
in italics signify the lieading under which tJie book is more fully described in the Catalogue 
itself. 



Ambrosius ( S. Episc. Mediol.), Opera ad MSS. Codices et edit. vet. emendata, studio et 
labore Monachomm ordiuis S. Benedicti, S. Maui'i, 8 voL iu 4, 4to Venct. 1781 



VoL 1. Hexameron, Libri 6. 
De Paradiso, Liber 1. 

— Cain et Abel, Libri 2. 

— Noe et Area, Liber 1. . 

— Abraham, Libri 2. 

— • Isaac et Aiiima, Lib. 1. 

— Bono Mortis, Liber 1. 

— Fuga Saeculi, Liber 1. 

— Jacob et Vita Beata, Libri 2. 

— Joseph Patriarcha, Liber 1. 

— Benedictionibus Patriarchum, 
Liber 1. 

Vol. 2. De Eha et Jejunio, Liber 1. 
De Nabuthe Jesraelita, Liber 1. 

— Tobia, Liber 1. 

— Litei-pellatione Job et David, 
Libri 4. 

Apologia Prophetas David. 

Apologia altera Prophetae Da^•id. 
Vol. 3. Enarrationes in Psalmos XII. 

Expositio in Psalmum CXYIII. 
Vol. 4. Expositio Evangelii secundum 
Lucam, Libris 10 comprehensa. 

De Officiis Ministrorum, Libri 3. 
Vol. 5. De Yirginibus, ad Marcellinam 
sororem suam, Libri 3. 

De Yiduis, Liber 1. 

— Yii-ginitate, Liber 1. 

— Institutione Yirginis, Liber 1. 
Exhortatio Yirgiiiitatis, Liber 1. 
De Lapsu Yirginis Consecratte, 

Liber 1. 
De Mysteriis, Liber 1. 

— Sacramentis, Libri 6. 

— De Poenitentia, Libri 2. 



Vol. 5. De Fide, Libri 5. 

Epistolarum Classis I., Epistolje 1 
ad 8. 
Vol. 6. Epistola 9, ad Epist. 63. 

Epistolarum Classis II., 64 ad 91. 
Fragmentmn Ambrosianum ex Theo- 

doreto desumptum. 
De Spiritu Sancto, Libri 3. 

— Incamationis Dominicae Sacra- 
mento, Liber 1. 

— Excessu Fratris sui Satj-rii, 
Libri 2. 

Vol. 7. DeObituYalentinianiConsolatio. 
De Obitu Theodosii Consolatio. 
H}inni ahquot Ambrosiani. 
Commentarius in Cantica Canti- 

corum. 
Yita S. Ambrosii, a Paulino con- 

scripta. 
Graece scripta, et Latine red- 

dita, nunc autem primum in 

lucem edita. 
a nobis collecta ex ejus scriptis, 

et secmidum ordinem chronologi- 

cum digesta. 
De 42 Mansionibus Filiorum Israel. 
Commentaria in Epistolas XTTT. 

Beati Pauli. 
Vol. 8. (Inter Ambrosiaxa falso re- 

CEPTA.) 

De Trinitate, alias In Sjmbolum 

Apostolorum. 
De Fide Orthodoxa, contra Arianos, 

alias De Filii Di"STnitate et Con- 

substantiaHtate. 



AMB — ARB 



Ambrosius (S. Episc. Mediol.) — contimied. 
Vol. 8. De Dignitate Sacerdotali. 
Ad Virginem devotam. 
Sermones. 
Epistolae Quatuor. 
Precationes duse ante Missam. 
Berengaudi E xpositio in Apocalypsin . 



Vol. 8. De Pcenitentia. 
— Spiritu Sancto. 
Concordia Evangelistarum Mattliai 

et Lucae. 
De Dignitate Conditionis Humanae. 
Exorcismus. 



Arber (E.) An English Garner, vol. 1-7 sq. 8yo 

Vol. 1. Captain Knox. 19 Years' Cap 

tivity in Ceylon, 1681. 
Spenser, Countess of Pembroke and Vol. 

others. Astrophel, 1591-1595. 
N.N. Draining of the great Level of 

the Fens, . . . from the time of 

Queen Elizabeth until May 1661. 
The late expedition in Scotland under 

the Earl of Hertford, 1544. 
Sidney, Astrophel and Stella, with 

other rare Sonnets, 1591. 
English Stratagem practised upon a 

sea town in Galicia, 1626. 
R. Peeke. Three to One. Combat at 

Sherries [Xeres] in Spain, 1625. 
J. D. The Secrets of Angling, 1613. 
A. M[unday] . Captivity of John Fox, 

of Woodbridge, by the Turks, 

1577. 
Four hundred Love Posies, from a 

MS. written in 1596. 
J. Taylor, ' the Water Poet.' The 

Carrier's Cosmography, 1637. 
T. Stevens. The Voyage of the first 

Englishman to India by the Cape, 

1579. 
The Great Frost and the Great 

Lottery, January 1608. Vol. 

Retaking of the Island of St. Helena, 

and Three Dutch East-Indian 

Ships, 1673. 
Relation of His Majesty's arrival at 

Dover to his entrance at White- 
hall, 1660. 
Vol, 2. Rev. T. Prince. A Chronological 

History of New England in the 

form of Annals (down to August 5, 

1633). Printed at Boston, N.E., 

in 1736 and 1754-5. 
[J. Wright.] The second generation 

of English Professional Actors, 

1625-1670, A.D. Printed 1699. 
T. Sanders. The Voyage of Jesus 

to Tripoh in 1584. 
D.Defoe. TheEducation of Women. 

1692. 
H. C[onstable]. Diana, or excellent 

conceitful Sonnets, 1694. 
A Fight by the Dolphin, of London, 

against Five of the Turks' Men of 

War, January 12, 1617. 
Sir P. Sidney. Sonnets and Poetical 

Translations. 
Captain R. Hitchcock. A politic Plat 



1877-83 

for the honour of the Prince, &c. 
January 1, 1580. 

2. N.H. The Voyage of Thomas 
Cavendish round the Globe, 
1586-1588. 

Dean W. Turner, M.D. Notes on 

Wines used in England, 1568, 
Ben Jonson. Hue and Cry after 

Cupid, 1608. 
F. Meres, M.A. Sketch of Enghsh 

Literature, Painting, and Music 

up to September 1598. 
Captain R. Hitchcock. The English 

Army Rations in the time of . 

Queen Elizabeth, 1591. 
Lyrics, Elegies, &c., from the first 

printed Collection of Madrigals ; 

Edited, and set to music by W. 

Byrd, November 1587. 
Doctor John Dee. The Petty Navy 

Royal. August 1, 1576. 
The triumph at Calais and Boulogne. 

Printed by Wynken de Worde, 

November 1531. 
The Coronation of Queen Anne, wife 

unto Henry VIII. Printed by 

Wynken de Worde, May 1533. 

3. J. Caius and A. Fleming. The 
first English book on Dogs, 1536- 
1576. 

W. Patten. The Expedition into 
Scotland (1547) of Prince Edward, 
Duke of Somerset. 

R. Fitch and J. Newbery. The first 
modern Englishmen who reached 
India overland, 1583-1591. 

J. H, van Linschoten. Voyage, in 
Portuguese Carracks, to Goa and 
back, 1583-1588. Detention at 
the Azores, through fear of the 
Enghsh ships, 1588-1592. 

E. Wright. Voyage of the Earl of 
Cumberland to the Azores in 
1589. 

N. Yonge and T. Campion. Lyrics, 
Elegies, &c., 1588-1613. 

S. Daniel. Deha [Sonnets], 1594. 

E. S. Britain's Buss, or A Compu- 
tation as well of the Charge of a 
Buss or Herring Fishing Ship ; as 
also of the Gain and Profit there- 
by, 1615. 

T, EUwood, Relations with John 
Milton, 1662-1679, 



AEB 



Abber (E.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. J. Dryden and Sir K. Howard. 

Their Controversy on Dramatic 

Poesy, 1664-1668. 
J. Dryden, Of Dramatic Poesy, 

1668, and Defence of same. 
Sir E. Howard, Prefaces to his 

Plays, 1665-8. 
Poems by P. Eossiter and A. Man-ell. 
Vol. 4. T. Occleve, The Letter of Cupid, 

1402. 
[L. Shepherd.] .John Bon and 

Mast Parson, 1551. 
E. Underhill, Examination and 

Imprisonment in 1553 ; with 

Anecdotes of the Time. 
.J. Fox, Imprisonment of the Prin- 
cess Ehzabeth, 1555. 
Eev. T. Brice, A compendious 

Eegister in metre of the tormented 

and crueUy burned within Eng- 
land, 1555-1558, 1559. 
E. Tomson, Voyage to Mexico, 1556- 

1558. 
G. Ferrers, The French Winning of 

Calais, Jan. 1558. 
T. Churchyard, The Siege of 

Guisnes, .Jan. 1558. 
Coronation Procession of Queen 

Elizabeth, 1559. 
•J. C, Alciha : Philoparthen's Loving 

FoUy, 1595. 
.J. Dowland, Lyrics, Elegies, &c., 

from Madrigals, Canzonets, &c., 

1597-1612. 
Sir T. Overbm-y, Obser\-ations on 

the State of the Seventeen Pro- 

\-inces, the Archduke's Country, 

and France, in 1609. 
T. Gentleman, England's Way to 

Win Wealth, and to Employ Ships 

and Mariners, 1614. 
King .James I., The Book of Sports, 

1618. 
John Eawlins, Pilot, The Famous 

and Wonderful Eecovery of a 

Ship of Bristol, called the ' Ex- 
change,' from the Turkish Pirates 

of Algiers, Feb. 13, 1622. 
G. Wither, Fair Virtue, the Mistress 

of Phil 'arete [and a Miscellany of 

Epigi-ams, &c.], 1622. 
Archbishop Abbott, His Account of 

his Sequestration, 1627. 
E. Y['?oung], Allegory of the state 

of a Chiistian, like a Ship under 

SaU, 1636. 
Sir T. Morgan. Progress of the 

6,000 English in France and 

Flanders, in 1657-1658. 
Vol. 5. Eev. E. Halduyt. The Voyages 

of WiUiam Hawkins, senior, to 

Brazil, 1530 (1589). 



Vol. 5. Sir J. Hawkins's First Voyage to 
the West Indies, 1562-63 (1689). 

Second Voyage to the West 

Indies, 1564-65 (1589). 

Third Voyage to the West 

Indies, kc. (1.) EarUest Tidings 
of the Disaster in England, De- 
cember 1558, January 1569. (2.) 
Sir J. Hawkins's own printed 
accomit, Spring of 1569. (3.) 
The Depositions in the English 
Admiralty Court, March 1569. 
(4.) The Narratives of Three Sur- 
vivors of the 112 men landed near 
Tampico on October 8, 1568. (a) 
That of Da\-id Ingram, 1568-9. 
ih) That of MHes Phillips, (c) 
The Eare Travels of Job Hortop, 
1568-1592. (5.) Hawkms's pre- 
tended treachery to the Spaniards. 
May-September 1571. 

Eev. P. Nicols and Sir Francis 
Drake. The Voyage to Nombre 
de Dios, 1572-3. Piinted 1626. 

B. Barnes. Parthenophil and Par- 
thenophe. Sonnets and Odes, 
1593. 

Zepheria [Sonnets], 1594. 

B. Griifin. Fidessa, more chaste 
than kind [Sonnets] 1596. 

Sir J. Davies. [Three Poems.] Or- 
chestra, or, A Poem of Dancing, 
Judicially proving the true Time 
and Measure in Dancing, 1596. 

Nosce teipsum. This Oracle ex- 
pounded in two Elegies, 1&99. 
(1.) Of Human Knowledge. (2.) 
Of the Soul of Man, and the Im- 
mortaUty thereof. 

H\Tnns of Astraea, in Acrostic Verse, 
'1599. 

J. Sa\-ile. King James's entertain- 
ment at Theobalds. With his 
Welcome to London, 1603. 

G. Dugdale. The Time Triumphant. 
Declaring the Amval of James I., 
his Coronation, with his Progress 
from the Tower to Whitehall, 
1604. 

E. Samiders [B. FrankHn]. Poor 
Eichard improved, 1757. 
Vol. 6. William of Thorpe. Examina- 
tion before Archbishop ArundeU, 
1407. 

The first printed Eobin Hood ballad. 
Printed about 1510. 

J. Chilton. Travels in Mexico, 
1568-85. 

E. Ferris, Queen's Messenger. Voy- 
age in an open boat from London 
to Bristol, 1590. 
1 W. P[ercy]. Coeha [Sonnets], 1594. 

b2 



ARB — ASS 



-continued. 

Morley and E. Alison. Lyrics, 



Arber (E.)- 

Vol.6. T. 

Elegies, &c., from Madrigals, Can- 
zonets, &c., 1601-1606. 

M. Drayton, Idea [Sonnets], 1594- 
1619. 

G. Wither. Fidelia. An Elegiacal 
Epistle to her unconstant friend, 
1615. 

The Interpreter. Wherein three 
principal Terms of State [The 
Protestant, The Puritan, The 
Papist], much mistaken by the 
vulgar, are clearly unfolded, 1622. 

Leather. A discourse on its Use 
and Abuse, 1629. 

Henry P [eacham] , M. A . The Worth 
of a Penny ; or a Caution to keep 
Money, 1641. 

Sir W. Petty, F.R.S. Political 
Arithmetic, or a Discourse con- 
cerning the extent and value of 
Lands, People, Buildings ; Hus- 
bandry, Manufacture [s], Com- 
merce, Fishery, Artisans, Seamen, 
Soldiers ; Public Eevenues, In- 
terest. Taxes, Superlucration, 
Registries, Banks, Valuation of 
Men, Increasing of Seamen ; of 
Militias, Harbours, Situation, 
Shipping, Power at sea, &c. : as 
the same relates to ... . Great 
Britain, and .... Holland, 
Zealand, and France [1677], 1690. 

Rev. J. Bion. An Account of the 
Torments the French Protestants 
endure in the Galleys, 1708. 

I. Bickerstaff [J. Swift]. Contro- 
versy with J. Partridge, shoe- 
maker, astrologer, and doctor, 
1708-1710. 

J. Arbuthnot. Law is a Bottomless 
Pit. [February-July] 1712. (1) 
The Case of the Lord Strutt 
[Spain], John Bull [England], 
Nicholas Frog [Holland], Lewis 
Baboon [France], who spent all 
they had in a lawsuit [the War 
then in progress]. (2.) John Bull 
in his senses. (3.) John Bull still 
in his senses. (4.) An Appendix 
to the same. (5.) Lewis Baboon 
turned honest; and John Bull, 
politician. 
Vol. 7. T. D[eloney]. Three ballads on 
the Armada fight. August 1588. 

Sir F. Vere. Commentaries. De- 
scriptions of battles, etc., in Hol- 



land while Sir F. Vere was in 
command of the English troops 
there, 1589-1601; also, of the 
capture of Cadiz and the defence 
of Ostend, 1657. 
Vol. 7. R. L[inche]. Diella. Certain Son- 
nets, adjoined to the amorous 
Poem of The Love of Dom Diego 
and Gyneura, 1696. 

J. Wilbye. Lyrics, Elegies, etc., 1598. 

W. Kemp. Kemp's Nine days' 
wonder : performed in a dance 
from London to Norwich, 1600. 

An. Sc, Gentleman. Daiphantus, 
or the Passions of Love, 1604. 

T. B. [Rev. J. Eachard, D.D.] The 
Grounds and Occasions of the 
Contempt of the Clergy and Re- 
ligion enquired into, 1670. 

H. Pitman. A relation of his great 
sufferings and strange adventures, 
containing an account (1) Of the 
Occasion of his being engaged in 
the Duke's service ; (2) Of his 
trial, condemnation, and trans- 
portation to Barbadoes, etc. ; (3) 
How he made his escape in a 
small open boat with some of his 
fellow-captives, etc., 1689. 

R. Lyde. The Retaking of a Ship, 
called the ' Friends' Adventure,' of 
Topsham, from the French ; after 
she had been taken six days, and 
they were upon the coasts of 
France with it four days. Where 
one Englishman and a boy set 
upon Seven Frenchmen, killed 
two of them, took the other five 
prisoners, and brought the ship 
and them safe to England, 1693. 

D. Defoe. Legion's Memorial to 
the Commons, 1701. 

— The History of the Kentish Peti- 
tion, 1701. 

— The True Born Englishman, 
1701. 

— The Shortest Way with the Dis- 
senters, or Proposals for the Es- 
tablishment of the Church, 1702. 

— Portions of his Hymn to the 
Pillory, 1703. 

— The Prefaces to the first Seven 
Volumes of his Review, 1704- 
1710. ' 

— An Appeal to the Honour and 
Justice, though it be of his worst 
enemies, 1716. 



AssEMANUS, Bibliotheca Orientalis Clementino-Vaticana, 4 vol. fol BomcB, 1719-28 

Vol. 1. S. Simeon Barsaboe Seleuciae 1 Vol. 1. S. Milles Sussb- Episcopus et 
et Ctesiphontis Episcopus et | Martyr, A.C. 331. 



Mart>T, A.C. 830. 



Jabachues Chaldieus, A.C. 825. 



ASS 



AsSEMANUS — continued. 

Vol. 1. Isaias Adabi Arzunita, A.C. 307. 
S. Jacobus Nisibis Episcopus, A.C. 

325. 
S. Ephraem Syi-us, A.C. 370. 
Isaac Senior, A.C. 380. 
Balaeus Syrus, A.C. 380. 
Zenobius S. Eplirsemi Discipulus, 

A.C. 380. 
Absamias Presbyter Edessenus, A.C. 

400. 
Gregorius Abbas, B.C. 390. 
S. Marutbas Episcopus Tagritensis, 

A.C. 410. 
S. Acacius Episcopus Amidae, A.C. 

420. 
Rabulas Episcopus Edessas, A.C. 

412. 
Ibas Edessae Episcopus, A.C. 435. 
S. Isaac Magnus, A.C. 450. 
Cosmas Presbvter, A.C. 474. 
S. Simeon StyHtes, A.C. 448. 
SS. Baradatus, et Jacobus Monachi, 

A.C. 452. 
Maras Episcopus Amidae, A.C. 457. 
Nonnus Episcopus Edessse, A.C. 

449. 
Jacobus Diaconus Edessenus, A.C. 

449. 
Mochimus Presbyter Mesopota- 

menus, A.C. 457. 
Petrus Presbyter Edessenus, A.C. 

450. 
Samuel Presbyter Edessenus, A.C. 

467. 
•Josue StyHtes, A.C. 507. 
S. Jacobus Episcopus Sarugensis, 

A.C. 519. 
Georgius Jacobi Sarugensis Dis- 
cipulus, A.C. 520. 
Simeon Episcopus Beth-Arsamensis, 

A.C. 510. 
Chronicon Edessenum, A.C. 540. 
Xystus Episcopus, cii'ca A.C. 450. 
Joannes Apameensis Monachus, 

circa A.C. 550. 
Joannes Saba, circa A.C. 550. 
Isaac Nini\-ita, A.C. 590. 
Abrabam Nephtarenus, A.C. 580. 
Georgius Episcopus Tagritensis, 

A.C. 580. 
Constantinus Episcopus Haran, 

A.C. 630. 
Leo Episcopus Haran, A.C. 640, 
Pbocas Edessenus, circa A.C. 600. 
Jacobus Episcopus Edessae, A.C. 

651. 
Georgius Episcopus Arabum, A.C. 

651. 
Daniel Episcopus Salchensis, circa 

A.C. 700. 
Joamies Maro Patriarcha Antiocbiae, 

circa A.C. 700. 



Vol. 1. TbeopLilus Edessenus Maronita, 

circa A.C. 700. 
Joannes Lepbediensis Patriarcha 

Maronitariun, A.C. 1151. 
Moyses Accarensis Patriarcha Ma- 

ronitarum, A.C. 1524. 
Joannes Sulaca Patriarcha Chal- 

dasorum, A.C. 1551. 
Moses Mardenus, A.C. 1552. 
Abdjesu Patriarcha Chaldaeorum, 

A.C. 1554. 
EHas Patriarcha Chaldaeorum, A.C. 

1610. 
Adam Archimandrita, qui et Ti- 

motheus Amid® Episcopus, A.C. 

1616. 
Gabriel Archiepiscopus Chaldaeus, 

A.C. 1616. 
Georgius Amira Patriarcha Maroni- 

tarum, A.C. 1633. 
Isaac Sciadrensis, Episcopus Tri- 

poHs, A.C. 1629. 
Joseph Accurensis Patriarcha Ma- 

ronitarum, A.C. 1644. 
Abgarus Rex Edessae, et Archelaus 

Episcopus Cascarae. 
Lidex Codicum MSS. quos Clemens 

XI. Pont. Max. Bibhothecae Vati- 

canae addixit. 
Vol. 2. Barsumas Presbyter et Archi- 
mandrita, A.C. 450. 
Xenaias Mabugensis. qui et Philo- 

xenus Episcopus HierapoUs, A.C. 

518. 
Paulus Episcopus Callinici, A.C. 518. 
Maras Episcopus Amidae, A.C. 520. 
Joaimes Episcopus Telae, A.C. 520. 
Joannes Bar-Aphtonius Abbas Can- 

sarensis, A.C. 530. 
Zacharias Episcopus Mehtinae, A.C. 

540. 

Historiae ejusdem Epitome. 
Jacobus Baradaeus, seu Zanzalus, 

Episcopus Edessffi, A.C. 550. 
Petrus Junior, Patriarcha Antiocbiae 

Monophysitarum, A.C. 578. 
Movses Aghelaeus, et Simeon Abbas, 

A.C. 570. 
Joannes Episcopus Asiae, A.C. 570. 

Historiae ejusdem Epitome. 
Cviiacus Episcopus Amidfe, A.C. 

'600. 
Thomas Heracleensis Episcopus 

Gennaniciffi, A.C. 610. 
Elias Patriarcha Jacobitanun, A.C. 

710. 
Joannes Episcopus Bassorae, A.C. 

650. 
Dionysius I. Patriarcha Jacobi- 

tarum, cognomento Telmaha- 

rensis, A.C. 800. 

Historiae ejusdem Epitome. 



ASS 



AssEMANUS — continued. 

Vol. 2. Cyriacus Patriarclia Jacobitarum, 
A.C. 800. 

Joannes Episcopus Darse, A.C. 830. 

Philoxenus Lazarus Episcopus Bag- 
dadensis, A.C. 830. 

Theodosius Patriarcba Jacobitarum, 
A.C. 890. 

Dionysius II. Patriarcba Jacobi- 
tarum, A.C. 900. 

BasiHus I. Patriarcba Jacobitarum, 
A.C. 930. 

Moyses Barcepba Episcopus Betb- 
Raiiian, A.C. 900. 

Dionysius III. Patriarcba Jacobi- 
tarum, A.C. 960. 

Joamies VII. cognomento Sarigbta, 
Patr. Jacobitarum, A.C. 970. 

Atbanasius V. Patriarcba Jacobi- 
tarum, A.C. 1000. 

Joannes X. qui et Barsusan, Patr. 
Jacobitarum, A.C. 1060. 

Joamies VIII. cognomento Abdon, 
Patr. Jacobitarum, A.C. 1010. 

Dionysius IV. Patriarcba Jacobi- 
tarum, A.C. 1040. 

Joamies IX. Patriarcba Jacobi- 
tarum, A.C. 1050. 

Micbael I. cognomento Magnus, 
Patr. Jacobitarum, A.C. 1166. 

Dionysius Jacobus Barsalibi, Epi- 
scopus Amidse, A.C. 1170. 

Joannes Saidus Barsabuni, Episco- 
pus Mebtiiiffi, A.C. 1094. 

Tbeodorus Joannes Bar-Vebebun 
Patr. Jacobitarum, A.C. 1180. 

JoannesEpiscopusMardffi, A.C.1160. 

Micbael II. Patriarcba Jacobitarum, 
A.C. 1210. 

Joannes XIV. que et Josue PusiUus, 
Patr. Jacobit. A.C. 1215. 

Jacobus Severus Episcopus Tagri- 
tensis, A.C. 1230. 

Joamies XV. cognomento Bar- 
Maadani Patr. Jacobitarum, A.D. 
1252. 

David Pauli, et Daniel Cbettab. 

Gregorius Barbebraeus, vulgo Abul- 
pbaragius, Primas Orientis, A.C. 
1250. 

Patriarcbse et Primates seu Mapbri- 
ani Syrorum tum Jacobitarum, 
tum Nestorianorum, ex Cbronico 
Gregorii Barbebrsei. 

Dioscorus Gabriel Episcopus Gezirse, 
A.C. 1285. 

Dioscorus Bar-Kainaeus Primas Ja- 
cobitarum, A.C. 1360. 

Severus Episcopus Cansarensis, A.C. 
640. 

Joannes Saba ex Episcopo S. 
Mattbffii Primas Jacobitarum, 
A.C. 680. 



Vol. 2. Daniel Presbyter. 

Ignatius V. qui et Josepb Bar-Va- 

liib, Patriarcba Jacobitarum, A.C. 

1293. 
Ignatius IX. qui et Bebenamus 

Hedlensis, Patriarcba Jacobi- 
tarum, A.C. 1412. 
Ignatius XI. qui et Joannes, seu 

Ananias Xenaias, Patriarcba 

Jacobitarum, A.C. 1484. 
Ignatius XII. qui et Noe Libaniota 

Patriarcba Jacobitarum, A.C. 1494. 

Historia ejusdem. 
Catalogus Patriarcliarum Jacobi- 
tarum. 
Catalogus Primatum seu Mapliria- 

norum Jacobitarum. 
Index Codicum manuscriptorum. 
Vol. 3. Prasfatio in Catalogum Ebedjesu 

Sobensis. 
Catalogi ejusdem Sobensis Prooe- 

niium. 
■ — Testamentum Vetus, et quaedam 

HebraBorum Scripta. 
— Testamentum Novum. 
Tatiani et Ammonii Diatessaron, 

A.C. 172, 220. 
Dionysius Areopagita, A.C. 50. 
Clemens Romanus, A.C. 65. 
Africanus (Julius) Episcopus Em- 

maus, A.C. 220. 
Hippolytus Episcopus et Martyr, 

A.C. 220. 
Damasus Papa, A.C. 366. 
Ignatius Antiocbenus, A.C. 101. 
Symmacbus, A.C. 201. 
Eusebius Caesareensis, A.C. 315. 
Atbanasius Alexandrinus, A.C. 326. 
Basilius Magnus, A.C. 370. 
Gregorius Nyssenus, A.C. 370. 
Gregorius Nazianzenus, A.C. 370. 
Joamies Cbrysostonius, A.C. 398. 
Metliodius Episcopus Olympi, A.C. 

290. 
Diodorus Tarsensis, A.C. 378. 
Tbeodorus Mopsuestenus, A.C. 400. 
Nestorius Patriarcba Constantino- 

politanus, A.C. 428. 
Tbeodulus discipulus Tbeodori, A.C. 

400. 
Aquilinus, A.C. 400. 
Basilius Cilix, A.C. 497. 
Cyprus Episcopus Hierapolis, A.C. 

480. 
Irena3us Tyrius, A.C. 444. 
Pliilotbeus, Liber Tbeodoriti sic in- 

scriptus. 
Tbeodoritus Cyri, A.C. 423. 
Socrates, A.C. 439. 
Titus Bostrensis, A.C. 862. 
Eranistes, Liber Tbeodoriti sic in- 

scriptus. 



ASS 



AssEMANUs — continued. 

Vol. 3. Tlieophilus Persa, A.C. 440. 
Eutlierius Tvanensis, A.C. 431. 
Epiphanius, A.C. 368. 
Zenobius, A.C. 370. 
Isidorus, Lucius, Abraham, et Job, 

A.C. 412. 
Eusebius Emessenus, A.C. 340. 
Macarius ^gyptius, A.C. 370. 
Marcus, A.C. 400. 
Joannes Monacbus, A.C. 370. 
Evagrius Ponticus, A.C. 380. 
Isaias Abbas, A.C. 370. 
Ammonas Monacbus et Episcopus, 

A.C. 340. 
Macarius Alexandrinus, A.C. 370, 
Xystus, A.C. 196. 
Nilus Monacbus, A.C. 440. 
Palladius, et Hieronvmus, A.C. 878, 

400. 
Joannes Apameensis, A.C. 510. 
Jacobus, A.C. 510. 
Simeon, et Acacius, A.C. 330, 420. 
Milles Episcopus et Mart}T, A.C. 

330. 
Jabacbues, A.C. 200. 
Epistola S^iiodica Patnim Occiden- 

talium ad Orientales missa. 
Epbraem S\tus, A.C. 370. 
Narses, A.C. 480. 
Barsumas Nisibenus, A.C. 460. 
Abrabamus Betb-Rabanensis, A.C. 

600. 
•Joannes Betb-Eabanensis, A.C. 610. 
Marutbas Episcopus, A.C. 415. 
Mar Abas Patriarcba, A.C. 550. 
Hananus Adjabenus, A.C. 570. 
Apbraates Persa, A.C. 320. 
Hibas, Cumas, et Probus, A.C. 430. 
Discipuli Mar Abae, A.C. 560. 
Thomas Edessenus, A.C. 550. 
Sergius Ebesinensis, A.C. 520. 
Paulus Nisibenus, A.C. 550. 
Babasus Magnus Archimandrita, 

A.C. 600. 
Dadjesus Abbas, A.C. 580. 
Joseph Huzita, A.C. 580. 
Joannes Dahathensis, A.C. 550. 
Isaac Ninivita, A.C. 580. 
.Jesujabus Gadalensis, A.C. 630. 
Jesujabus Arzunita, A.C. 580. 
Cj'prianus Episcopus Nisibis, A.C. 

567. 
Jesujabus Adjabenus, A.C. 650. 
Ananjesus Monacbus, A.C. 645. 
Michael Episcopus Hugitarum, A.C. 

852. 
Theodorus Episcopus Maru, A.C. 

540. 
Gabriel Episcopus Hormuzi, A.C. 

540. 
Elias Episcopus Maru, A.C. 650. 
Georgius Patriarcba, A.C. 660. 



Vol. 3. Gabriel Arius, A.C. 580. 

Ananjesus Haghixa Patriarcba, A.C. 

685. 
Aba, hoc est, Abraham Cascarensis, 

A.C. 502. 
Ananjesus 11. Patriarcba, A.C. 774. 
Mar Aba II. Patriarcba, A.C. 742. 
Thnotheus Patriarcba, A.C. 778. 
Epbraem Episcopus Elamitarum, 

A.C. 780. 
Honainus Medicus, fihus Isaac! , 

A.C. 870. 
Josue Bar Nun Patriarcba, A.C. 

820. 
EUsaeus Commentator, Patriarcba, 

A.C. 530. 
Simeon Garmaeus, A.C. 600. 
Surinus Commentator, Patriarcba, 

A.C. 754. 
Barhadbesciaba Arabs, A.C. 640. 
Micbaeas, A.C. 450. 
Cvrus, A.C. 550. 
Paulonas, A.C. 370. 
Sergius, A.C. 550. 
Mares Persa, A.C. 432. 
Abraham Mahuzita, A.C. 630. 
Paulus Ambaras Episcopus, A.C. 

740. 
Gabriel Catarensis, A.C. 740. 
Jacobus Calatensis, A.C. 740. 
Barsumas Charchensis, A.C. 740. 
Ebedjesus Assvriae Episcopus, A.C. 

1028. 
Daniel Episcopus Tahal, A.C. 1028. 
Abraham Episcopus Bassorae, A.C. 

990. 
Job Catarensis, A.C. 990. 
Ibas, ahis Denha, A.C. 740. 
SciaHta Episcopus Rhesinae, A.C. 

740. 
Babaeus Persanmi Episcopus, A.C. 

780. 
Sciaadostus Tirhanae Episcopus, 

A.C. 748. 
Abibus Monacbus, A.C. 800. 
Babaeus Nisibenus, A.C. 720. 
Simeon Taibutha, A.C. 690. 
Joannes Azrak, Hirtae Episcopus, 

A.C. 690. 
Joannes DHumita, A.C. 690. 
Maijabus, et Aphnimaranus, A.C. 

590, 630. 
Jesuphana Catarensis, A.C. 600, 
Babaeus Maarensis, A.C. 630. 
Sciubchalmarauus Seleuciensis, 

A.C. 661. 
Joannes Bar-Pliincaje. 
Abraham Netphai*enus. 
Gregorius Abbas, A.C. 390. 
Ebedjesus Monacbus, A.C. 940. 
Achudemes Metropolita, A.C. 570. 
Abraham Bardascendad, A.C 720. 



ASS 



AssEMANUs — continued. 

Vol. 8. Jesuboclitus Persarum Metro- 

polita. 
Jesudenha Episcopus Kosrae, A.C. 

700. 
Abraham Bar-Liphe, A.C. 750. 
Alexander Episcopus Hierapolis, 

A.C. 480. 
Proclus Patriarclia Constantinopo- 

litanus, A.C. 434. 
Ebedmessias Hirtensis, A.C. 540. 
Theodorus Bar-Choni, A.C. 890. 
Ebedjesus I. Patriarclia, A.C. 963. 
Andreas Episcopus SamosatsB, A.C. 

430. 
Gabriel Episcopus Bassorae, A.C. 

884. 
Joannes Garmachita, A.C. 650. 
Abraham Beth-Halensis, A.C. 670. 
Salomon Episcopus Hadathffi, A.C. 

760. 
Jesudadus Episcopus Hadathse, A.C. 

852. 
Abu Noe, A.C. 810. 
Candius, A.C. 893. 
Joannes Ninivita, A.C. 893. 
Dadjesus Patriarcha, A.C. 430. 
Cyriacus Episcopus Nisibis, A.C. 

630. 
Simeon Cascarensis, A.C. 754. 
Messias-Zacha, seu Jesus- Zacha, 

A.C. 590. 
Mar Atkenus Monaclius, A.C. 590. 
Georgius Nesrseus, A.C. 690. 
Enos Episcopus Anbarte, A.C. 890. 
Bud Periodeutes, A.C. 570. 
Daniel Ehesinae, A.C. 550. 
Abraham Bar-Kardache, A.C. 570. 
Nathanael, A.C. 690. 
Elisaeus Bar-Saphanin, A.C. 550. 
Abraham Katina, A.C. 580. 
Simeon Abbas, A.C. 760. 
Jazidades Abbas, A.C. 435. 
Bar- Jacob, seu Bar-Sahak, A.C. 

1000. 
Domnius. 
Susffius Susensis. 
Abraham Saba, A.C. 600. 
Gregorius Sustrensis, A.C. 770. 
Barsohedes Charehaeus, A.C. 785. 
Jacobus Edessenus, A.C. 700. 
Simeon Charchfeus, A.C. 800. 
Ara, et Pacorus. 
Bar-Kosinus, seu Bar-Kosra, A.C. 

570. 
Daniel Mariae filius, A.C. 650. 
Zachffius Surensis. 
Joannes Bar-Kainasus, A.C. 1111. 
Joannes Bar-Abgari Patriarclia, 

A.C. 900. 
Ejusdem Canones de Altari et Eu- 

charistia. 
Quaestiones Ecclesiasticae. 



Vol. 3. David Beth-Rabanensis Epi- 
scopus, A.C. 800. 

Joannes Stylita, A.C. 830. 

Joannes Chamisii, Episcopus, A.C. 
1100. 

Josue Bar-Bahlul, et Josue Bar-Ali, 
A.C. 963, 885. 

Josue Maruzffius, et Gabriel Bocht- 
jesu, A.C. 860, 870. 

Elias Episcopus Ambarae, A.C. 920. 

Ananjesus Bar-Sarasuaeus, Epi- 
scopus Hirtae, 900. 

Abzud Scholasticus, A.C. 870. 

Elias Episcopus Cascarensis, A.C. 
980. 

Ehas I. Patriarcha, A.C. 1028. 

Joannes Bar-Chaldon. 

Elias Episcopus Nisibensis, A.C. 
1330. 

Behjesus Camulffius, A.C. 780. 

Moyses Charchensis Episcopus, A.C. 
540. 

Joannes Hermes, A.C. 630. 

Emmanuel Doctor, A.C. 963. 

Gabriel Episcopus Persarum, A.C. 
963. 

Synodi Occidentalium. 

Statuta Imperatorum. 

Synodi Orientalium. 

Collectores Canonum. 

Libri Anonymi. 

Elias III. Patriarcha, A.C. 1176. 

Jesujabus Episcopus Nisibis, A.C. 
1190. 

Joannes Zugbi Presbyter, et Mona- 
chus, A.C. 1200. 

Salamon Episcopus Bassorae, A.C. 
1222. 

Ebedjesus Metropolita Sobensis, 
Catalogi liujus auctor. A.C. 1300. 

Epilogus. 

Appendix ad Catalogum Ebedjesu 
Sobensis de Scriptoribus Syris 
Nestorianis. 

Isaac Seleuciae et Ctesiphontis Archi- 
episcopus, A.C. 400. 

Achaeus Seleuciae et Ctesiphontis 
Archiepiscopus, A.C. 411. 

Jaballaha Seleuciae et Ctesiphontis 
Archiepiscopus, A.C. 415. 

Maanes Persa, A.C. 420. 

Acacius Seleuciae et Ctesiphontis 
Archiepiscopus, A.C. 485. 

Babaeus Nestorianorum Patriarcha, 
A.C. 498. 

Chronologia Regum Persarum ab 
Jezdegerde I. ad Jezdegerdem pos- 
tremum ejus gentis Regem : hoc 
est, ab anno Christi 399 ad an- 
num 651. 

Job Monachus, A.C. 550. 

Joseph Patriarcha, A.C. 652. 



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AssEMAN'us — contin ued. 

Vol. 3. Ezechiel Patriarelia, A.C. 570. 
Paulus Persa, A.C. 570. 
Bautha Monachus, A.C. 595. 
Sergius Monacbus, A.C. 600. 
Sabarjesus Patriarcba, A.C. 596. 
Gregorius Patriarcba, A.C. 605. 
Sabaduiias Episcopus Garmaeomm, 

A.C. 630. 
Sabarjesus Rostamus Monacbus, 

A.C. 650. 
Georgius Episcopus Nisibis, A.C. 

660. 
Gabriel Tam-ata Monacbus, A.C. 

650. 
Barita Monacbus, A.C. 670. 
Salomon Bar-Garapb Monacbus, 

A.C. 689. 
Gabriel Rakoda Episcopus Garmaeo- 

rum, A.C. 720. 
SaHba Presbyter Mansurensis, A.C. 

778. 
Tbomas Episcopus Margensis, A.C. 

800. 

Historia monastica Tbomae. 
Joannes Mesue, A.C. 840. 
Sabaijesus, cognoniento Dama- 

sceuus, Patriarcba, A.C. 832. 
Abrabam Patriarcba, A.C. 836. 
Abrabam Amii, A.C. 850. 
Tbeodosius Patriai-cba, A.C. 852. 
Sapores Sabeb, A.C. 864. 
Israel Episcopus Cascarae, A.C. 

870. 
EUasDamasci Metropolita, A.C. 893. 
Josepb Saber PresbUer, A.C. 907. 
Mattbaeus Jonae, A.C. 930. 
Cyriacus, A.C. 950. 
Georgius Arbelae et Mosuli Metro- 

pobta, A.C. 950. 
Jesujabus Arbelae Metropobta, A.C. 

980. 
Abdjesus Sciabari, A.C. 963. 
Abusabelus Medicus, A.C. 988. 
Sabaijesus fibus Paub, A.C. 1000. 
Abulpbaragius Abdalla Benattibus, 

A.C. 1040. 
Jabia Giazalae fiHus, A.C. 1082. 
Macbicba Patriarcba, A.C. 1092. 
Sabaijesus Episcopus Cascarae, A.C. 

1111. 
Mares Salomonis filius, A.C. 1135. 
HebatoUa Ebn-Tabnid, A.C. 1160. 
Saedus Abulbasanus, et Maras Abul- 

cbairus Arcbidiaconus, A.C. 1180. 
Jabia Saidi fibus, A.C. 1193. 
Joannes Zabarum et Nib Episcopus, 

A.C. 1200. 



Vol. 3. Micbael Amidae et Maiapharchini 

Episcopus, A.C. 1190. 
Georgius Varda, A.C. 1220. 
Masudus Kascia, A.C. 1240. 
Simeon Presbyter et Monacbus, 

A.C. 1240. 
Denba Patriarcba, A.C. 1265. 
Gabriel Metropobta Mosulanus, 

A.C. 1282. 
Cbamisius Kardaebi, A.C. 1290. 
Timotbeus 11. Patriarcba, A.C. 1318. 
Amrus Mattbaei, A.C. 1340. 
Tbomas, Jaballaba, Jacobus, et 

Denba Indiarum Episcopi, A.C. 

1504. 
Abrabam Episcopus SeleucisB, A.C. 
~ 1526. 

Ebas Patriarcba, A.C. 1559. 
Simeon Episcopus Amidae, A.C. 

1584. 
Gabriel Episcopus Hesnae, et EUas 

Patriarcba, A.C. 1590, 1500. 
Josepbus II. Patriarcba, A.C. 1693. 

SCKIPTORES IXCERTi iTATIS. 

Omarus Bassorensis. 

Joannes Scbolasticus, qui et Pbilo- 

ponus, Monopbysita. 
Jabia, seu Joannes Hariri Tagriten- 
sis fibus, cognomento Abul-Nas- 
rus, .Jacobita. 
I Tbeodorus Abucara Episcopus Ha- 

ran. 
Andreas Edessenus. 
Ebas Edessenus Episcopus. 
Abrabam Bassorensis. 
Abvdezzus Cbedri fibus, Presb}ter. 
Patriarcbas Cbaldaeorum seu Nestori- 
j anoriun, a S. Tboma Apostolo ad 

I praesentem usque diem. 

i Patriarcbae Cbaldaaorum ordine Al- 

I pbabetico. 

; Index Sp-iacus Alpbabeticus Patri- 

i arcbarum Cbaldaeorum. 

Codices manuscripti Syriaci, Coptici, 
Arabici, et Armenici typis im- 
pressi, ad Sacram Congregationem 
de Propaganda Fide ex Oriente 
j transmissi, ejusdemque Decreto in 

i Bibbotbecam Vaticanam iUati. 

Index Rei-um. 
Vol. 4. (Sive Tomi tertii Pars Secunda 
de S}Tis Nestorianis) Eomae, anno 
MDCCxxviii. in lucem editus, doc- 
tissimam atque ampbssimam 
Assemani Dissertationem de Syris 
Nestorianis continet. 



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a600-1620). 
Vol. 1, Dook iv. Voyages to Africa and 

the Islands (Cadamostoand others, 

1455-1721). 
Vol. 2, book i. Voyages and Travels along 

West Coast of Africa. French 

Voyages (1637-1713). 
Book ii. — English Voyages (1620- 

1735). 
Book iii. Voyages and Travels to 

Guinea and Benin (1666-1726). 
Book iv. Description of Guinea. 
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Guinea. 
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Benin. 



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Angola. 
Book iv. Descr. of Loango, Kayo, 

Angola, Benguela, and adjacent 

countries. 
Book V. Descr. of East Coast of 

Africa, from Cape of Good Hope 

to C. Guarda Fuy. 
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Voyages and Travels in China 
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Vol. 1, pt. i. Vita et Elogia Sancti 
Athanasii. 
Oratio contra Gentes. 

de Incarnatione Verbi. 

Expositio Fidei. 

Epistola Encyclica ad Episcopos. 

Apologia contra Arianos. 

Epistola de Decretis Nicaeni Synodi. 

de Sententia Dionysii Alex- 

andrini. 

ad Dracontium. 

ad Episcopos iEgypti et Libyse. 



Apologia ad Imperatorem Constan- 

tium. 

de Fuga sua. 

Epistola ad Serapionem de Morte 

Arii. 
ad Monachos, de Historia Aria- 

norum. 
Alexandri Episc. Alexandr. Epist. 

Encycl. ad Monachos. 
Orationes Quatuor contra Arianos. 
Pt. ii. EpistolsB Quatuor ad Sera- 
pionem. 
Epist. de Synodis Arimini et Se- 

leuciae. 

ad Jovianum Imperatorem. 

Vita et Conversatio S. Antoniae ad 

Monachos. 
Epistolae ad Orsisium. 
De Incarnatione Dei Verbi, et contra 

Arianos. 
Epistolfe ad Afros Episcopos. 

ad Epictetum, Episcopum Cor- 



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ad Adelphinum Epist. 



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Vol. 1. De Incarnatione Christi, contra 

Apollinarium, Libri 2. 
Epistolse (7) ad varies. 
Liber de Trinitate et Spiritu Sancto. 
Epistola ad Marcellinum. 
Expositiones in Psalmos, 
Fragmenta Comment, in Psalmos, 

Job, etc. 

DUBIA. 

Vol. 2. 1. De Incarnatione Dei Verbi. 

2. Testimonia ex Scriptura 

Sacra. 

3. Epistola Catholica. 

4. Eefutatio hypocrisis Meletii et 

Eusebii Samosatensis. 

5. De Incarnatione Dei Verbi. 

6. De feterna Filii et Spiritus 

Sancti cum Deo existentia. 

7. Quod unus sit Christus. 

8. De Sabbatis et Circumcisione. 

9. Homilia de Semente. 

10. In illud ' Profecti in Pagum,' 

etc. 

11. In Passionem et Crucem 

Domini. 

12. De Virginitate. 

13. Synopsis Scriptur£B sacrre. 
14 ad 101. Sjniria. 

CoLLECTio Nova Patrum et Scrip- 
torum GRiECORUM. 
Vol. 1. Eusebii Commentarius in Psalmos. 
2. S. Athanasii Opuscula secundis 

curis reperta et antehac inedita. 
Cosmffi Indicopleustis Christianorum 
Opinio de Mundo, sive de Topog. 
Christiana. 
Eusebii Commentaria in Hesaiam. 



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AuGUSTiNUS (S.), Opera, ex recens. mon. ord, 
plenientis, 11 vol. in 13, 4to 



S. Benedict!, edit. Stia Venetia, cum Sup. 
Bassano, 1807 



Vol. 1. Eetractiones. 
Confessiones. 
Contra Academicos. 
De Beata Vita. 

— Ordiue. 
Soliloquia. 

De Immortalitate Animae. 

— Quantitate Animae. 

— Musica. 

— Magistro. 

— Libero Arbitrio. 

— Genesi contra Manicbaeos. 

— MoribusEccl. Catbol. et de Mori- 

bus Manicbaeorum. 

— Vera Religione. 
Eegula ad SeiTos Dei. 

Vol. 2. Epistolffi. 

Vol. 3, 4. Exegetica in Vetus Testamen- 

tum. 
Vol. 5, 6. Enarrationes in Psalmos. 



Vol. 7, 8. Sermones ad Populum. 

Vol. 9. De Ci^-itate Dei. 

Vol. 10. Opuscula Polemica adversus 

Haereses Manicbaeorum, Priscil- 

lianistarum, et Arianorum. 
Vol. 11. Libri de Trinitate, de diversis 

Quaestionibus, et multa alia. 
Vol. 12. Psalmus contra partem Donati, 

contra Epist. Parmeniani, de Bap- 

tismo, et alia contra Donatistas, 

etc. 
Vol. 13, 14. Opuscula Polemica contra 

Pelagianos. 
Vol. 15. S. Augustini Vita, ex ejus potis- 

simum scriptis concinnata. 
Vol. 16, 17. Opera Dubia et Supposititia. 
Vol. 18. Index Generalis. 

Vindiciae Editionis. 

Sennones inediti. 



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Vol. 1. Essays Civil and Moral. 
Apopbtbegmes. 
Meditationes Sacrae, etc. 
Vol. 2. Advancement of Learning, and 

New Atlantis. 
Vol. 3. Wisdom of tbe Ancients. 
History of Henrj- VII. 
Felicities of Queen Elizabetb, etc. 
Vol. 4. Sylva Sylvarum ; or, a Natural 

History in Ten Centuries. 
Vol. 5. Tracts relating to Scotland, etc. 
Vol. 6. Speecbes, Cbarges, Papers, re- 
lating to tbe Earl of Essex. 
Advice to Sir G. Villiers. 
Vol. 7. Tbeological and Miscellaneous 
Tracts. 
Judicial Tracts and Cbarges. 



Vol. 8, 9. De Augmentis Scientiarum. 

Novum Organum. 
Vol. 10. Historia Ventorum. 

Vitae et Mortis. 

Densi et Piari. 

Cogitationes de Natura Rerum. 

Filum Labj-rintbi. 

Apborismi et ConsiUa. 

De Interpretatione Naturae. 

De Luce et Lumine. 

Cogitata et Visa. 
Vol. 11. Minor Latin Works. 
Vol. 12. Letters fi'om Cabala, etc. 
Vol. 13. Letters, Miscellanies, and Law 

Tracts. 
Vol. 14, 15. Trans, of Novum Organum, 

etc. 
Vol. 16. (In two parts) Life. 



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Vol. 1. Life, by William Eawley. 
Parts of tbe Instauratio Magna. 
General Preface to Bacon's Pbilo- 

sopbical Works, by R. L. EUis. 
Preface to tbe No%*um Organum ; 
Notes, Epistola de Dedicatoria, 
Praefatio, Distributio Opens. 
Novum Organum. 
Preface to tbe Parasceve. 
Parasceve ad Historiam Naturalem 

et Experimentalem. 
De Augmentis Scientiarum. 
Vol. 2. Historia Ventorum. 
Vitae et Mortis. 



Vol. 2. Historia Densi et Rari. 
Inquisitio de Magnete. 
Topica Inquisitionis de Luce et 

Lumine. 
Sylva Sylvarum; or, a Natm*al 

History. 
Scala Intellectus, sive Filum Laby- 

rintbi. 
Vol. 3. Coimected subjects, not parts of 

tbe Listauratio Magna. 
Preface. 

Cogitationes de Natura Rerum. 
Preface, by R. L. EUis. 
De Fluxu et Refluxu Maris. 



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Bacon (Francis, Lord) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Preface, by E. L. Ellis. 

De Principiis atque Originibus, etc. 

New Atlantis. 

Magnalia Naturae. Designed as parts 

of the Instauratio Magna, but 

abandoned. 
Preface. 

Cogitationes de Scientia Humana. 
Preface, by E. L. Ellis. 
Valerius Terminus. 
Advancement of Learning, books i., ii. 
Filum Labyrinthi. 
De Interpretatione Naturae Pro- 

oemium. 
Temporis Partus Masculus. 
Partis Instaurationis Secundte De- 

lineatio et Argumentum. 
Eedargutio Philosophiarum. 
Cogitata et Visa de Interpretatione 

Naturae. 
Inquisitio Legitima de Motu. 
Calor et Frigus. 
Historia Soni et Auditus. 
Phenomena Universi. 
Preface, by E. L. Elhs. 
Descriptio Globi Intellectualis. 
Thema Cfeli. 
De Interpretatione Naturae Senten- 

tiffi XII. 
Aphorismi et Consilia. 
Physiological and Medical Eemains, 
Vol. 4. Translations of the Philosophical 

Works. 
The Great Instauration. 
The New Organon. 
Preparative towards a Natural and 

Experimental History. 
Of the Dignity and Advancement of 

Learning, books ii.-vi. 

Vol. 5. books vii.-ix. 

Natural and Experimental History. 
Works connected with the Instau- 
ratio Magna, but not meant to be 

included in it. 
Thoughts on the Nature of Things. 
On the Ebb and Flow of the Sea. 
On Principles and Origins, according 

to the Fables of Cupid and Coelum. 
Works originally designed for parts 

of the Instauratio Magna, but 

superseded or abandoned. 

Baluzius (Steph.), Miscellanea, novo ordine digesta et aucta a J. D. Mansi, 4 vol. fol. 

Lucca, 1761-64 



Vol. 5. Description of the Intellectual 

Globe. 
Theory of the Heaven. 
Index. 
Vol. 6. History of the Eeign of King 

Henry VII. 
The Beginning of the History of 

King Henry VIII. 
The Beginning of the History of 

Great Britain. 
In Felicem Memoriam Elizabethse, 

Angliae Eeginae. 

translated into English. 

In Henricum Principem Walliae 

Elogium. 

translated into English. 

Imago Civilis Julii Caesaris. 

translated into English. 

Additions and Corrections inserted 

by Bacon in a Manuscript Copy 

of Camden's Annales. 
Essays or Counsels, Civil and Moral. 
Appendix to the Essays. 
De Sapientia Veterum. 

translated into English. 

Vol. 7. Advertisement touching a Holy 

War. 
Of the true Greatness of Britain. 
Colours of Good and Evil. 
Discourse touching Helps for the 

Intellectual Powers. 
Short Notes for Civil Conversation. 
Apophthegms. 

Promus of Formularies and Ele- 
gancies. 
Eeligious Writings. 
Appendix. 

Christian Paradoxes. 
Professional Works :— 

General Preface. 

Maxims of the Law. 

Discourse upon the Commission of 
Bridewell. 

Arguments of Law. 

Preparation for the Union of Laws. 

Answer to Questions touching the 
Office of Constables. 

Ordinances in Chancery. 
Index. 
Vol. 8. Life and Letters, by Spedding. 



Vol. 1. Elenchus eorum quae in Primo 

Tomo continentur. 
Praemonitio J. D. Mansi. 
Lucii Caecilii Firmiani Lactantii 

Liber de Persecutione, sive de 

mortibus persecutorum. 
Ejusdem Lactantii fragmentum de 

extreme judicio. 



Vol. 1. Passio S. Savini Episcopi Assisi- 

natis. 
Passiones SS. Saturnini, Felicis, 

Dativi, et sociorum. 
Passio S. Felicis Episcopi Tuby- 

zacensis. 
Gesta purgationis Felipis Episcopi 

Aptungitani. 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. !• Epistola Constantini Impera- 

toris ad Probianum Proconsulem 

Africffi. 
Gesta purgationis Caeciliani Epi- 

scopi Carthaginenis. 
Passio SS. SeraphisB et Sabinae. 
Passio S. Mariae Martyris Ancillae 

TertuUi. 
Passio S. Pontii Martyris, auctore 

Valerio ejus contubemali. 
Vita S. Eusebii Presbvteri Romani. 
Stephani Baluzii Not® ad Lactan- 

tium, et alia. 
Ejusdem Notae ad Acta Martyruin. 
Cbronologia Diocletianea. 
Catalogus Abbatum Monasterii Flo- 

riacensis. 
Gesta Domni Aldrici Episcopi Ceno- 

manensis a Discipulis ejus scripta. 
Chronicon brevissimum Monasterii 

S. Galli in Helvetia. 
Chronicon Augiensis Monasterii. 
Chronicon Floriacense. 
Chronicon Cremonense. 
De Majori Monasterio, et Abbatibus 

ejus. 
Nota quomodo Cluniacenses occu- 

pavenmt locum S. Martialis. 
Ademarus Vicecomes Lemovicensis, 

et Humberga ejus uxor donant 

Abbatiam S. Martialis Hugoni 

Abbati Cluniacensi. 
Narratio de electione Abbatis Sori- 

cinenis. 
Notitia de Ecclesia de Yiancio. 
De adventu Urbani II. Papje ad 

Monasterium Ciuniacense. 
Hugonis Abbatis Cluniacensis con- 

cessio beneficiorum ordinis facta 

Alfonso Eegi Hispaniarum. 
Narratio de Conciho Nemausensi 

sub Urbano 11. 
Chronicon Wirzibiu'gense, 
Vita beati Geraldi Archiepiscopi 

Bracarensis, Auctore ejus disci- 

pulo Bemaldo Archidiacono Bra- 

carensi. 
Vita Mauritii Burdini Archiepiscopi 

Bracarensis, scriptore Stephano 

Baluzio Tutelensi. 
Hugonis de Cleeriis Commentarius 

de Majoratu, et Senescalcia 

Franciae. 
Vita B. Stephani Abbatis Obazi- 

nensis in dicecesi Lemo^icensi. 
Tractatus de conversione Pontii de 

Larazio, et exordii Salvaniensis 

Monasterii vera narratio, auctore 

Hugone Francigena Monacho 

ejusdem Monasterii. 
Br^vis historia Liberationis Messinae 

a Sarracenorum dominatu. 



Vol. 1. Notitia de Modulantia. 

Chronicon breve Monasterii Cani- 

gonensis in dicecesi Helenensi. 
Narratio de Hugone de Bruccia Ab- 

bate S. Martialis Lemovicensis. 
Epistola Historica de Victoriis Regis 

Davidis in Oriente. 
Acta electionis Conradi IV. Regis 

Romanorum. 
Manfredi Siculi Epistolae duae de 

Morte Frederici II. Imp. ad Con- 

radum IV. Regem Romanorum. 
Conradi Romanorum et Siciliae Regis 

Epistolae quatuor. 
Vita Innocentii Papae IV. anctore 

fratre Nicolao de Curbio Episcopo 

Asisinatensi. 
Vita ejusdem Papae, auctore Ber- 
nardo Guidonis Episcopo Ludo- 

vensi. 
Excerpt a ex regesto anni sexti pon- 

tificatus ejusdem Pap». 
De constnictione Castri Saphet. 
Excerptum ex Chronico S. Martini 

Lemovicensis. 
SaUas Mallaspinae rerum Sicularum 

Libri VI. ab anno Christi 1250 

usque ad anniun 1276. 
Chronicon Kemperlegiense. 
Acta Visitationis Provinciarum Bur- 

degalensis et Bituricensis a Simone 

Archiepiscopo Bitmicenso ab annis 

Christi 1284 usque ad annum 1291 . 
Gesta Baldewini de Luczenburch 

Treverensis Archiepiscopi. 
•Johannis Regis Bohemiae Epistola 

de Morte Henrici VII. Imp. patris 

sui. 
Chronicon Savigniacense. 
Vita Eugenii Papae IV. Scripta ab 

auctore coetaneo. 
BuUa ejusdem Papae adversus Pro- 

sperum de Columna Cardinalem. 
^Enefe Sylvii Senensis oratio de 

morte Eugenii IV. et creatione 

Nicholai V. 
Vita Dominici Capranicae Cardinalis, 

auctore Baptista Poggio. 
Narratio vetus de morte Juliani 

Caesarini Cardinahs, auctore 

^gidio Carlerii Decano Camera- 

censi. 
Tractatus Jordanis Bricii adversus 

Cardinalem de Capranica. 
Instructions et depeches de I'am- 

bassade envoyee a Rome par le 

Roy Charles VHI. en I'annee 

1484. 
Itinerarium Adi-iani VI. Auctore 

Blasio Ortizio Canonico Toletano. 
Collectio locorum quorundam in- 

signium ConsQio omissorum in 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Libro Sexto rerum Sicanicaruin 

Maurolyci Abbatis. 
Vol. 1. Notitia de ordinatione Martini 

Presbyteri et Gaudiosi Diaconi. 
Epistola Johannis VII. Papae ad 

Anglos. 
Capitula responsium Nicolai I. 

Papae ad legationem Salomonis 

Episcopi. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Ludovicum 

Imperatorem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Karolum Cal- 

vuni Kegem Francorum. 
Ejusdem Fragmentum ex epistola 

ad Bernardum filium Bernardi 

Comitis. 
Ejusdem decretum de poenitentia 

matricidfe. 
Adriani 11. Papfe epistola ad B. 

Episcopum, ut videtur, Catha- 

lanensem. 
Fragmenta Epistolarum Johannis 

VIII. Papa?. 
Monumentorum Historicorum Ap- 
pendix Joannis Dominici Mansi 

C.M.D.L. 
Ejusdem Prsefatio in priora opus- 

cula. 
Anonymi Libellus de Genealogiis 

Patri arcliarum . 
Anonymi Libellus de Computo Pas- 

chali. 
Fragmentum Epistolse Alcuini Dia- 
coni a Jacobo servo Dei excerptum. 
Liber de Natura Kerum a Jacobo 

quodam scriptus. 
J. D. Mansi Praemonitio. 
— Vita Severi. 
Mansi Praemonitio ad Monumenta 

Historica Saeculi XL XII. 

I. Chronicon Breve. 

II. Chronicon aliud. 

III. Excerpta ex Necrologio Lucensi 
Sfficuh XII. 

IV. Epistola Alexandri III. ad W. 
electum Lucanum. 

V. Chronicon breve Hierosolymi- 
tanum. 

VI. Aliud Chronicon breve. 
Mansi Prasmonitio in sequentem 

Fretelli Libellum. 
Liber Locorum Sanctorum Terr® 

Jerusalem. 
Nomina Episcoporum, qui fuerunt 

in Jerusalem antequam et poste- 

aquam esset Patriarchatus, et Pa- 

triarcharum Jerosolymitanorum 

Latinorum. 
Mahometis Genealogia. 
De Denario B. Petri, et de valore 

diversarum Monetarum. 



Vol. 1. Cassatio Statutorum contra Eccle- 
siasticam Libertatem, quam Fre- 
dericus Secundus Imp. fecit. 

Mansi Praemonitio. De multis 
et solemnibus factis et arduis SS. 
Pontificum, 

Jura Ecclesiae Sacrosanctae Eomanae, 
quffi habet in Eegno Polonias, pro 
denario B. Petri et aliis. 

Aliae Literae Kegis Poloniae cum 
Transuntis diversorum Instru- 
mentorum. 

Ordinatio de Ecclesiis vacantibus 
bis infra annum facta tempore 
D. Johannis Papffi XXIL supra 
servitio Camerae Apostolicae per- 
solvendo. 

Mansi Praemonitio. Caroli VI. Eegis 
Francorum Literae ad Bononi- 
ensem Academiam de tollendo 
Schismate sub Urbano VI. 

Chronicon Pisanum ab Urbe con- 
dita ad annum 1342, ab Anonymo 
Coffivo scriptum Italice. 

Chronicon Saminiatense usque ad 
annum 1318. Italice : Tran- 
sunto d' alcune cose notabili della 
Terra di Saminiato quando era 
in Liberia. 

Nicolai Card. Aragonii Tractatus de 
jurisdictione Ecclesiae super Eeg- 
num Apuliae et Sicilife. 

Nicolai Stizziae Historia Eegum 
Siciliae ab anno fere 1050, ad 
annum 1571. 

Mansi Praemonitio. Excerpta e 
Glossis Petri Boerii olim Episcopi 
Urbevetani ad vitas Eomanor. 
Pontificum. 

Mansi Praemonitio. Processus e 
Sententia contra quosdam Fra- 
ticellos haereticos Lucae habiti 
anno 1411. 

Mansi Prrefatio. Lucanum Bellum 
anni 1430 a Baptista Bivilaqua 
Veronensi ad eloquentissimum 
virum Guarinum Veronensem, 
descriptum. 

Mansi Pr^monitio. Stephani Trenta 
Episcopi Lucani Legatio Apo- 
stolica in Viennam, et in 
Hungariam anno 1459 et se- 
quenti. 

Ejusdem Legatio Anglicana amio 
1467 et 1468 habita. 

Mansi Praemonitio in Monumenta 
Belli Sisti IV. cum Florentinis. 

Processus e Sententia Censura? Sisti 
Papae IV. contra Florentinos ante 
bellum indictum eis per Ecclesiam 
et Eegem Ferdinandum. 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. 1. Excusatio Florentinorum circa 
euiidem Processum. 
J. D. Mansi Praemonitio. Florenti- 
norum Expostulatio in Ponti- 
ficem Sistum IV. ad Caesarem 
Fridericum III. Augustum. 
Bona, et Joannes Galeaz Maria 
Sfortia Mediolanen. ad Eegem 
Ferdinandum. 
Ferdinand! Eegis Eesponsiva Bonse 
Catharinae, et Joanni Galeatio 
Mediolanensium Ducibus. 
Veneti Sisto Pontifici Summo. 
Franciscus Philelpbus ad eundem 

Sistum IV. 
Idem ad emidem. 

Oratio Magnifici D. Sebastiani Ban- 
duerii Oratoris Veneti coram Sisto 
IV. S. P. 
Eeplicatio ad Pontificis responsio- 

nem. 
Mansi Praemonitio in sequentes 

Literas. 
Copia Literarmn Magni Tburci ad 

Innocentium Papam. 

Eesponsio D. Innocentii Papae Vlli. 

ad Magni Tbm-ci literas. 
Epistola Innocentii VIII. non publi- 
cata, dictata per Felinmn San- 
deum propter petitionem Concilii 
factam a Ferdinando, et alia. 
Fundamenta Eegis Ferdinandi ex- 
cusantis se cum Eege Franeiae, 
quare non teneatur solvere censum 
Ecclesiffi. 
Eeplicatio ad Eesponsiones Eegis 
Ferdinandi recusantes solvere 
censum octo millium imtiarum 
auri Papae, dictata per Felinum, 
et missa ad Eegem Franeiae, et 
ad Eegem Ferdinandum, 
Pasturinus ad Voltam de primo 
bello Gallico in Eegno Neapoli- 
tano, tempore Alexandri VI. et 
CaroH Eegis Francorum. 
Franciscus Puccius de rebeUione 
Neapolis a Carolo Francorum 
Eege ad Eegem Aragoniae Fer- 
dinandum. 
Jo. Dominici Mansi Praemonitio in 
Vitam Italice scriptam Hieronymi 
Savonarolfe. 
Epistola Italica P. Fr. Friderici 
Vincentii de Podio Lucensis Or- 
dinis Praedicatorum ad CI. Ber- 
nardinum Baroni Patricium Lu- 
censem. 
Incomincia la Vita del M. E. P. F. 
Girolamo Savonarola da Ferrara 
deU' Ordine di S. Domenico, 
scritta dal P. Pacifico Burlamac- 



cbi Lucchese dell' Ordine de' Pre- 
dicatori. 
Vol. 1. Joannis Dominici Mansi Prae- 
monitio in sequentes Literas P. 
Hieronymi Savonarolae. 

I. Al Serenissimo Imperatore. 

n. Al Ee e Eegina di Spagna. 

in. Al Papa Alessandro VI. 

IV. Al Duca di Ferrara. 

V. A Fra Pietro Paulo di Firenze 
Ord. Praedicator. 

VI. ADa V. M. Priora del Mona- 
sterio di Pisa di S. Domenico. 

Vn. Alia Signora M. Angela 

Sforza, 
Vni. Al Signor Gio. Francesco 

Pico Conte della ilirandola. 

IX. Al medesimo. 

X. A M. Ludovico Pictori Cittad. 
Ferrar. 

XL A M. Giovanna Caraffa. 
Xn. AUa medesima. 
Xni. A due giovane Ferrarese. 
XrV. A M. Bertrando Ferrarese. 

XV. A tutti li eletti di Dio Floren- 
tiae commorantibus. 

XVI. Definitio contra injustam ex- 
commuuicationem in Savonarolam 
per M, Paulinum Bemardinum 
Lucensem Ord. Praedicat. edita. 

Epistolae Historic^. 

Jo. Galeaz Maria Dux Mediolanensis, 
et Ludovicus ejus patruus Alex- 
andro VI. 

Duces Mediolani et Bari Alfonso 
Eegi Neapolitano. 

Alexander VI. Mediolani et Bari 
Ducibus. 

Eex Alfonsus Ducibus Mediolani et 
Bari. 

Francisci Carduli Xamiensis Oratio 
ad Maximilianum C«sarem Au- 
gustum in Conventu Vindelico 
Principum German, dicta pro 
Libertate Italic, sive pro Ludo- 
vico Sfortia Mediolani Duce. 

Maximilianus Eomanorum Eex Fri- 
derico SicHiae et Hierusalem Eegi. 

Joannes Dominicus Mansi de gemi- 
nis Opusculis Jacobi de natura 
renun, et Fretelli de locis terrae 
Hierusalem. Admonitio ad Lee- 
tores. 

Syllabus Auctorum qui citantur, 
notantur, emendantur, illustran- 
tur in notis ad Lactantium. 
Vol. 2. Elencbus eorum quae in Secundo 
Tomo contrnentiu". 

Epistolae duae Sulpitii Severi Pres- 
byteri Aquitani ad Claudiam so- 
rorem suam. 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. 2. Fragmentum Theodoriti de Trini- 

tate. 
Aliud ejusdem contra Sabellium. 
Aviti Episcopi Viennensis Epistolae 

quatuor. 
Ejusdem fragmenta libri de Divini- 

tate Spiritus Sancti. 
Fragmenta epistolarumPaulini Epi- 
scopi Aquilejensis. 
S. Gregorii Papse epistolae ad di- 

versos. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Petrum Sub- 

diaconum. 
Eecharedi Eegis Gothorum Epistola 

ad S. Gregorium. 
Liciniani Episcopi Cartbaginiensis 

epistola ad S. Gregorium Papam. 
S. Hildefonsi Episcopi Toletani 

Liber adnotationum de Ordine 

Baptismi. 
Ejusdem Liber de itinere Deserti, 

quo pergitur post Baptismum. 
Alcuini epistola ad Karolum M. de 

pretio Eedemptionis bumanae. 
Ejusdem Capitulare admonitionis 

ad eundem Karolum. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Abbates et 

Monacbos Gotbiae in causa Felicis 

Episcopi Urgellensis. 
Ejusdem Sermo in Hipapanti dictus 

coram Karolo M. 
Fredegisi Diaconi Epistola de nibilo 

et tenebris ad Proceres Palatii. 
Alcuini Epistola ad Karolum M. 

quum ad eum mitteret Libros 

VII. adversus Felicem. 
Paulini Patriarcbs Aquilejensis epi- 
stola ad Karolum M. 
Ejusdem eadem Epistola, ut in 

Codice Vaticano 3827 repraesen- 

tatur, et Forojuliensi Concilio 

anni 791 praemittitur. 
Ebabani Abbatis Fuldensis Liber de 

Computo. 
Epistola peregrinorum Monachorum 

in Monte Oliveti ad Leonem III. 

Papam. 
Symbolum orthodox® fidei ejusdem 

Papse Leonis. 
Opuscula S. Benedicti Abbatis Ania- 

nenis, 
Capitulare secundum Theodulfi Epi- 
scopi Aurelianensis. 
€apitula Eodulfi Archiepiscopi Bi- 

turicensis. 
Gesta Joannis VIII. Papae. 
Ejusdem Papae Decretum contra 

violatores Ecclesiarum. 
Abbonis Abbatis Floriacensis Epi- 
stola ad Leonem Abbatem S 

Bonifacii. 
Epistola encyclica Monachorum 



Floriacensium de caede Abbonis 
Abbatis. 
Vol. 2. Epistola Widi Monachi ad Heri- 
bertum Archiep. 

Concilium Barcinonense habitum 
anno 906. 

Concihum habitum apud S. Tiberium 
anno 907. 

Cassarii Abbatis, qui se profitebatur 
Archiepiscopum Tarraconensem 
esse, Epistola ad Joannem XIV. 
Papam. 

Concilium Eomanum habitum anno 
998. 

Decreta Nicolai II. Papae. 

ConciHum Eomanum habitum anno 
1081. 

Definitio quae fuit inter Gothofi'edum 
Episcopum Magalonensem, et Pe- 
trumAbbatem Anianensem in Con- 
cilio Claromontano anno 1095. 

Concilium Claromontanum anni 
1130. 

Concilium Londinense habitum anno 
1151. 

Concilium Turonense sub Alexandro 
Papa III. 

Charta Concilii Turpnensis, quae 
missa fuit Episcopo Magalonensi, 
et Abbati Cluniacensi. 

Testimonia de Indulgentia concessa 
Ecclesise S. Marine de Portiuncula. 

Alia Testimonia de eadem Indul- 
gentia. 

Narratio de forma et modo electionis 
factae de Papa Martino V. in Con- 
cilio Constantiensi. 

Epistola Baltbasaris Coxae ad Pe- 
trum de Luna Benedictum XTII. 

Gesta de restitutione Episcopatus 
Atrebatensis. 

Epistolae Lamberti Episcopi Atre- 
batensis. 

Privilegia concessa ab eodem Lam- 
berto. 

Varia de rebus Atrebatensibus. 

Epistolae septem S. Anselmi Archie- 
piscopi Cantuariensis. 

Avesgoti Monachi Cenomanensis 
Epistola ad S. Anselmum. 

Epistola Joannis ad Anselmum. 

Urbani Papae II. Epistola de elec- 
tione sua ad Hugonem Abbatem 
Cluniacensem. 

Privilegium Domni Eainoldi Ee- 
morum Archiepiscopi. 

Urbani Papae II. Epistola de con- 
firmatione electionis Manassis 
Episcopi Cameracensis. 

Ejusdem Urbani Papae Bulla de 
confirmatione privilegiorum Mo- 
nasterii Celsiniacensis. 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. 2. Ejusdem Epistola ad Duraiinum 

Episcopum Arvernorum adversus 

Cauonicos Bilionenses. 
Ejusdem Bullae duae de confirma- 

tione electionis Genewiiii Epi- 

scopi Ambianensis. 
Ejusdem Bulla pro Monasterio S. 

^gidii in Septimania, confirmata 

in ConciUo Placentino. 
Litterae Haymonis Episcopi Matis- 

coueusis, in quibus continentur 

qufedam Epistolae Urbani 11. 

Papae, et aliorum Summorum 

Pontificum de Monasterio S. Ger- 

mani Autissiodorensis. 
Ejusdem Urbani Papae II. BuUa 

pro Monasterio S, Martialis Le- 

movicensis. 
Ejusdem Bulla confirmationis pri- 

vilegiorum Monasterii Moyssia- 

censis. 
Ejusdem Bullfe duae pro Monasterio 

S. Satumini Tolosae. 
Ejusdem Urbani Papae Epistola ad 

Hugonem Archiepiscopum Lug- 

dunensem. 
Ejusdem Bulla pro Fulcone Epi- 

scopo Belvacensi. 
Ejusdem Bulla pro Abbate Majoris 

Monasterii Turonensis. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Guillelmum 

Comitem Tolosanum. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Guillelmum 

Episcopum Cadurcensem. 
Epistola MoniaHum BlasiHae in Ar- 

vemis ad Urbanum II. Papam. 
Epistola Abbatum Lemovicensium 

ad Richardum Archiepiscopum 

Bituricensem de electione Hum- 

boldi Episcopi Lemovicensis. 
Duffi Bullae suppositas Urbano Papae 

II. ab Humboldo Episcopo Lemo- 

vicensi. 
Statuta Pontii Abbatis Cluniacensis. 
• Hugonis Floriacensis Tractatus de 

Eegia potestate, et Sacerdotali 

dignitate. 
Gerohi Propositi Reicherspergensis 

Liber de corrupto Ecclesiae statu. 
Gaufridi Clarevallensis Epistola ad 

Eskilmn Archiepiscopum Lim.- 

densem. 
Adae Abbatis Persenife Epistolae 

quinque ad Osmundimi Mona- 

chum Mortuimaris in Normannia. 
Liber poenitentiahs Magistri Eoberti 

Canouici S. Yictoris. 
Constitutiones Monasterii Jotrensis 

editae amio 1225 a Romano Car- 

dinale. 
Praefationes Benedicti Episcopi Mas- 

siUensis in Commentarium suum 
n. 



de sancta Trinitate et Fide Ca- 
tholica. 
Vol. 2. Sententia lata in Synodo super 
Decimis. 

Excerptum ex Libro Miraculorum 
patratorum in Dioecesi Magalo- 
nensi. 

Observatio in superiores Praefationes 
ejusdem Benedicti Episcopi Mas- 
sihensis. 

Statuta Ivonis II. Abbatis Climia- 
censis. 

Litterae Johannis XXII. Papae, 
quibus Fratri Michaeh Monacho 
Ordinis Minorum committit 
causam quorundam Fratrum Mi- 
norum, non bene de Fide sentien- 
tium. 

Inquisitoris sententia contra com- 
bustos in Massiha. 

Acta Inquisitionis a Johanne XXII. 
institutae adversus Petrum de Pa- 
lude ordmis Prsedicatorum cum 
respousionibus ejusdem. 

Executio sententiae contra quosdam 
haereticos latffi ab Archiepiscopo 
Narbonensi et Johanne de Belna 
Inquisitore haereticse pravitatis. 

Littera Magistrorum in Theologia, 
qui articulos extractos de postiUa 
Petri Johannis Ohn quondam 
Ordinis Minorujn facta super Apo- 
calypsi dihgenter examinaverunt, 
et ipsos tam temerarios, quam 
haereticos judicaverunt. 

Judicium duodecim Magistrorum m 
Theologia et in Decretis de iisdem 
articuhs. 

Item ahud scriptum contra doctri- 
nam in articiilis iUis traditam. 

Tractatus contra Beguinos, et Fratres 
Minores qui dicuntur spirituales. 

Item ahus Tractatus adversus eos- 
dem, auctore, ut videtur, Johanne 
de Belna, Inquisitore Carcasso- 
nensi. 

Articuli probationum contra fratrem 
Ubertinum de Casah inductarum 
a fi-atre Bonagratia. 

Responsio fi-atris Ubertini de Casali 
Ordinis Minorum circa quaestioneni 
de paupertate Christi et Apostolo- 
riun, facta coram Johaime XXIL 
apud Avinionem in Consistorio. 

Examen judiciale Francisci Veneti 
asseclae Massih de Padua. 

Examen judiciale fratris Francisci 
de Esculo Ordinis Minorum. 

LudoN^ci IV. Bavari Imp. submissio 
facta Clementi VI. anno 1344. 

Veteres Litaniae Ecdesife Bellova- 
censis. 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. 2. Ex Libro Bernardi Guidonis Epi- 
scopi Lodovensis de viris illus- 
tribus Ordinis Fratrum Praedica- 
torum MS. 
Bulla Joliannis Papa XXII. de pri- 
vatione fratris Isnardi olim Pa- 
triarclise Antiocheni et adminis- 
tratoris Ecclesite Papiensis. 
Errores sectse liominum intelligen- 
tiae, et processus factus contra 
fratrem Willelmum de Hildenis- 
sem Carmelitam per Petrum de 

Alliaco Episcopum Cameracensem 

anno Christi 1411, 
Articuli Nominalium oblati Ludo- 

•\dco XI. Eegi anno 1473. 
Opiniones sive Signature) Doctorem 

Parisiensium, quarum fit mentio 

in superioribus Articulis. 
Conventus Episcoporum Galliae apud 

Melodunum anno 1548. 
Acta in Concilio Tridentino super 

Quaestione de immaculata Con- 

ceptione B. M. V. 
Miracula B. Martini post ejus Ee- 

versionem. 
Monmnentorum Sacrorum Appendix Jo- 

annis Dominici Mansi, C. M.D.L. 
Ejusdem Mansi in Veterem Ordinem 

Praemonitio. 
Liturgicum Opusculum vetustum. 
Joannis Dominici Mansi Prsmo- 

nitio. 
Liber Divinorum Operum &c. S. 

Hildegardis. 
Monitum ad Lectores. 
Sermones S. Maximi Episcopi. 
Sermones Hieronymi Episcopi Are- 

tini. 
J. D. Mansi Prffimonitio. Attonis 

Vercellensis Episcopi Opuscula 

quasdam Anecdota. 
Precatio ad Probation em Canonicam. 
Anonymi Sermo in Festo Transla- 

tionis Corporum BS. Martyrum 

Keguli, Jasonis, Mauri atque 

Ilariae. 
Anonymi Sermo in Anniversario 

decQcationis Maj. Eccl. Lucens. 

in lionorem S Martini dicataB. 
J. D. Mansi Praemonitio. Statuta 

antiqua Societatis Aretinae dictae 

de Murello. 
"Bonaccursi de Mediolano contra Ca- 

tliaros Capita quredam, quae non 

leguntur in Spicilegio Dacherii. 
J. D. Mansi ad Lectores. 
Acta PraEJvia ad subtractionem obe- 

dientiff) a Cardinalibus Benedict! 

XIII. 
Dialogus contra Fraticellos S. Ja- 
cob! de Marca. 



Vol. 3. Elenchus eorum, quae in Tertio 

Tomo continentur. 
Fragmenta Epistolarum Gelasii I. 

Pap». 
Epistolae Vigilii Papae. 
Fragmenta Epistolarum Pelagii I. 

Papae. 
Fragmenta Epistolarum Pelagii 11. 

Papffi. 
Epistola Adrian! I. Papce ad Ful- 

raduni et Magenarium. 
Pap» cujusdam, forte ejusdem Adri- 
an!, Bulla de concessione fundi 

Apaniani. 
Gregorii Papae IV. Epistola ad Epi- 

scopos et alios Dei fideles per 

Galliam constitutes, de dignitate 

et Privilegiis Monaster!! Floria- 

censis. 
Formosi Papae Epistola ad Bernonem 

Abbatem Gigniacensem. 
Epistola Leonis VIII. de Privilegiis 

Abbatiae Montis-majoris. 
Gregorii V. Epistola de Privilegiis 

Abbatiae Montis-majoris. 
Gregorii Papae VII. Epistolae quin- 

que — 

I. Ad Canonicos Ecclesiae S. 
Hilar!! Pictaviensis. 

II. Ad Canonicos Ecclesiae Bel- 
vacensis. 

III. Ad Germanos. 

IV. Ad Henricum Episcopum 
Leodicensem. 

V. Ad Eicliardum Cardinalem 
Abbatem MassiLiensem. 

Epistola Willelm! Eegis Anglorum 
ad Gregorium VII. Papam. 

Epistola B. Comitis Arelatensis ad 
eundem Papam. 

Litterae Victoris Antipapae ad Al- 
bertum Episcopum Virdunensem. 

Urban! Papae II. Epistola ad 
Suffraganeos Ecclesiae Arela- 
tensis. 

Papae ejusdem Epistola ad Ber- 
nardum Arcliiepiscopum Toleta- 
num. 

Privilegium Urban! II. de Ecclesia 
Gratianopolitana . 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Petrum Pras- 
positum et Canonicos Ecclesife 
Euthenensis. 

Pascbalis Papro 11. Epistola ad Ab- 
batem et Monachos monaster!! 
Beccensis. 

Ejusdem Papae Pascbalis Epistola 
ad Eobertum Episcopi m Coven- 
tranum. 

Ejusdem Papae Epistola ad mona- 
chos Sancti ^gidii. 

Ejusdem Papae Epistola ad Villel- 



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Baluzius — contimicd. 

mum Archiepiscopum Rotlioma- 
gensem. 
Vol. 3. Ejusdem Papae Epistola ad Ansel- 
mum Archiepiscopum Cantuar- 
iensem. 

Paschalis II. Papae Epistola ad 
Clericos Ecclesiae Parisieusis, qua 
eis commendat eorum Episcopum 
Galonem. 

Ejusdem Epi^ola de monasterio 
Semichensi in Hungaria, ad Hu- 
gonem Abbatem monasterii Sancti 
^gidii in Septimania. 

Paschalis II. Papae Epistola, qua 
pondus Apostohcae Auctoritatis 
addit Superioribus Ludovici 
Literis. 

Ejusdem Pasehahs Epistola ad Jo- 
amiem Priorem Ecclesiae beati 
Petri Yaleriis in Septimania. 

Gregorii Papae VIII. sen potius 
Bm-dini Epistola ad Hem-iciun V. 
Imperatorem. 

CaUisti II. Papae Epistola ad Beren- 
garium Abbatem monasterii Cras- 
sensis in Septimania. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad illustrem fe- 
minam Jussohnam et fihos ejus, 
ejusdem argumenti cum superiore. 

Ejusdem Bulla de Privilegiis Mona- 
sterii sanctae Mariae Josophat in 
dioecesi Camotensi. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Marbodum 
Episcopum Redonensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Girbertum Epi- 
scopum et Canonicos Parisienses. 

CaUisti Papae II. Epistola ad Ludo- 
vicum YI. Regem Francorum. 

Innocentii Papae II. Epistolae duae 
ad Abbatem et Monachos Bee- 
censes. 

Ejusdem Papae Epistola ad eosdem. 

Innocentii II. Papae Epistola ad 
Ulgerium Episcopum Audegaven- 
sem. 

Ulgerii Episcopi Andegavensis re- 
latio ad lunocentium II. Papam 
pro Monasterio Rotensi adversus 
Monachos Yindocinenses. 

Innocentii 11. Papae Epistolffi ad 
Robertum Abbatem Sanctae Mariae 
de Rota. 

De primo dono Ecclesiae sancti Ni- 
colai de Credone. 

Paschalis II. privilegium de eodem 
dono Sancti Nicolai. 

Fundatio Ecclesiae S. Mariae de Rota. 

Eugenii III. Epistola ad Petrum 
Regensem et Bertrandum Foro- 
juhensem Episcopos. 

Ejusdem Papae Epistolae dufe ad 
Abbatem et Monachos Beccenses. 



Vol. 8. Alexandi-i IIL Epistolae duae pro 

Ecclesia Albiensi. 
Epistola Innocentii III. pro eadem 

Ecclesia. 
Pelagii Cardinalis sanctae Caeciliae 

Epistola ad Guillelmum Epi- 
scopum Albiensem. 
Epistolae du® Alexandri III. pro 

Guinardo Comite Ruscinonensi. 
Alexandri III. Epistola ad Decanum 

et Capitulum Ecclesiae Parisiensis, 

de residentia Canonicorum forin- 

secorum. 
Caelestini III. Epistola de transla- 

tione Berengarii Episcopi Ilerden- 

sis ad metropohm Narbonensem. 
Ingeburgis Regina Francorum Epi- 
stola ad Caelestinum III. Papam. 
ConsiHum Domini Papae super di- 

vortio Phnippi Aug. et Isemburgis. 
BuUa Innocentii Papae II. de con- 

secratione Fulconis Episcopi Tole- 

tani. 
Honorii III. Epistola ad Raymun- 

dum Rogerium Comitem Fuxen- 

sem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Amalricum 

Comitem Tolosanum. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Ludovicum 

YIII. Francorum Regem. 
Epistola Clementis Papje lY. ad 

Bertrandum electum Aurehanen- 

sem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad nepotem. 
Nicolai Papae III. Epistola de elec- 

tione Episcopi Parisiensis. 
Litterse Benedicti XII. de pravis 

moribus Clericorum Ecclesiae Nar- 

bonensis. 
Breve Pii Papae V. adversus Gil- 

bertum Cognatum. 
Epistolae jMiscellaneae. 

Mamerti Claudiani Epistola ad Sa- 

paudum rhetorem. 
Epistola Taionis Episcopi Caesar- 

augustani ad Eugenium Episco- 
pum Toletanum. 
Testamentum Yolfaudi Comitis fun- 

datoris Abbatiae S. Michaelis ad 

Mosam. 
Item Testamentum Yolfaudi de Villa 

Marsupia. 
Item ejusdem de Yilla Condato. 
Ex Epistola Pauhni ad Leonem Pa- 

triarcham. 
Epistola cujusdam : Quid sit Ce- 

roma ? 
Ludorici Pii Praeceptum pro Ecclesia 

Neumasensi. 
Ejusdem Praeceptum, ut nonas et 

decimas dent qui beneficia tenent 
• de Abbate S. ilichaehs ad Mosam. 

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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. 3. Prasceptum Lotliarii Kegis fratris 

Karoli, quod fecit Ecclesiee S. 

Stephani Lugdunensis. 
Karoli III. Imperatoris PraBceptum 

pro Ecclesia Lugdunensi, datum 

ad deprecationem Liutardi Epi- 

scopi Vercellensis, et Bernard! 

Marcliionis. 
Prasceptum Ludovici Regis, quod 

fecit Ecclesiae S. Stephani Lug- 
dunensis. 
Praeceptum Ludovici Regis, quod 

facit Ysaac Gratianopolitano Epi- 

scopo et Successoribus ejus. 
Brevis de Consuetudine S. Donati. 
Ludovicus Rex concedit Uncrino 

monacho S. Michaelis Fraxinum 

ad restaurationem veteris mona- 

sterii. 
Karoli Simplicis Praeceptum de 

eodem. 
Rodulsi Regis Burgundiae Praecep- 

tum pro Monasterio Gigniacensi, 
Prfficeptum Regis Karoli Simplicis 

pro Monasterio Solemniacensi. 
Pr^ceptum Ludovici IV. Regis Fran- 

corum pro monasterio Sancti Ju- 

liani Turonensis. 
Destructio Capellse Masiriaci, qu» 

structa erat in injuriam Ecclesiae 

Aciaci. 
Litterae Wigfridi Episcopi Virdu- 

nensis de Ecclesia Alieri. 
Arnoldi Episcopi Halberstatensis 

Epistola ad Henricum Episcopum 

Herbipolensem de institutione 

Episcopatus Bambergensis. 
Charta Landulpln Episcopi Ecclesiae 

Taurinensis de parte capitis S. 

Johannis. 
Cbarta Comitis Gaufredi de dona- 

tione Montis Fidulsi. 
Cluniacensia Varia. 

Litterae Bernardi Episcopi Cadur- 

censis de Villa Carenniaco. 
Litterae Geraldi Episcopi Cadurcensis 

de eadem Villa et de quibusdam 

aliis Ecclesiis. 
Litterae Pontii Comitis Tolosani pro 

Monasterio Moyssiacensi. 
Litter® Gauzberti Abbatis Moyssia- 

censis de libertate ejusdem Mo- 

nasterii. 
Notitia de Monasterio Sancti Montis. 
Littera; Bernardi Comitis Bigorritani 

pro eodeni Monasterio. 
Testamentum Adefonsi Regis His- 

paniarum ad Cluniacum. 
Donum Alonis Cancellarii Regis 

Alfonsi. 
Notitia de calumnia Rothonensium 



Monachorum super Ecclesia S. 
Salvatoris de Bairiaco. 
Vol. 8. Notitia de Lingua Balenas. 

De judicio pro Monachis Majoris 
Monasterii adversus Monachos 
S. Trinitatis de monte apud 
Rotliomagum. 

Gesta de Bairiaco sub Domno Ab- 
bate Bartholomaeo. 

Auctoramentum Comitis Conani de 
rebus Britanniae. 

Heraclii Episcopi Bigorrensis, et 
Bernardi Comitis litterae de con- 
cessione monasterii S. Felicis et 
S. Licerii ad locum Cluniacum. 

Almodis Comitissae Tolosanae con- 
cessio de Abbatia S. ^gidii. 

Praeceptum De Sablolio de Ecclesia 
S. Macuti. 

Praeceptum de his quas Hugo de 
Roceto dedit nobis apud Belles- 
simum. 

Auctoramentum Ernaldi Episcopi 
Cenomannensis de rebus quas 
habemus in ejus Episcopatu. 

De Ecclesia de Viler x Karoli Magni. 

Concordia de Ecclesia Sancti de- 
mentis Credonenis inter Monachos 
Sancti Albini Andegavensis et 
Vindocinenses, facta apud Car- 
notum anno Christi 1072. 

Narratio quomodo cum eadem con- 
troversia postea recruduisset inter 
eosdem Monachos, Urbanus II. 
Papa novae inter eos concordi© 
auctor fuit. 

Alia Narratio de eadem controversia, 
et de judicio Arnuti Archiepiscopi 
Burdegalensis Apostolic® Sedis 
Legati. 

Paschalis II. Papae Epistola ad Ar- 
chembaldum Abbatem Sancti Al- 
bini Andegavensis, qua confirmat 
judicium Urbani II. de concordia 
inita inter Monachos Sancti Albini 
et Vindocinenses. 
Varia De Hugone Episcopo Diensi, et 
Archiepiscopo Lugdunensi, Sedis 
Apostolic® Legato. 

Epistola Hugonis Episcopi Diensis 
ad Rodulfum Archiepiscopum Tu- 
ronensem. 

Alia ejusdem Hugonis Epistola ad 
eumdem Archiepiscopum, qui eum 
invitat ad Concihum Divionense. 

Alia ejusdem Hugonis Epistola ad 
eumdem Archiepiscopum, qua eum 
invitat ad Concilium Arvernense. 

Alia ejusdem ad eundem, qua eum 
invitat ad Concilium Augusto- 
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Baluzius — contin ued. 

Vol. 3. Acta Concordiae inter Abbates An- 
geliacensem et Carrosensem de 
Ecclesia de Yarezia, in Concilio 
Burdegalensi. 

liitter* Hugonis Arcbiepiscopi Lug- 
dun ensis de Ecclesia Sanctae Fidis 
de Castelleto data Monasterio Con- 
cbensi. 

Litteras Gaufridi Comitis Mauritaniae 
de Ecclesia S. Dionysii Nogen- 
tensis in Pertico. 

Litter* Guarini Comitis Rosnacen- 
sis de Ecclesia Sanctae Margaretae 
data monasterio Cluniacensi. 

Litterae Suflraganeorum Ecclesiae 
Lugdunensis ad Episcopos et Ab- 
bates Turonenses pro monacbis 
Majoris monasterii Turonensis. 

Litterae Hugonis Ai'cbiepiscopi Lug- 
dunensis ad Hugonem Arcbiepi- 
seopum Bisimtinum pro Monacbis 
S. Benigni Divionensis. 

Litterae ejusdem Hugonis Arcbiepi- 
scopi Lugdunensis ad Lambertum 
Episcopum Attrebatensem, quibus 
eum invitat ad Concilium Augus- 
todunense. 

Acta Concordiae initae in Concilio 
Claromontano inter Hugonem Ab- 
batem Cluniacensem et Pontium 
Abbatem Casae Dei. 

Epistola Hugonis Arcbiepiscopi Lug- 
dunensis ad Ivonem Episcopum 
Camotensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Archiepiscopum 
Senonensem pro Monasterio S. 
Petri \-ivi, 

Epistola Ernaldi Abbatis S, Petri 
vi^'i ad Arcbiepiscopum Senonen- 
sem. j 

Litterae Pibonis Episcopi Tullensis | 
de ceUa Asmantis. 

Sopbia Comitissa de eadem cella. 

Litterae Hugonis Arcbiepiscopi Lug- j 
dunensis de Ecclesia Sancti De- I 
sideiii in Brizia. ! 

Cbarta de Controversia et de Bello, 
quod fuit inter Monasterium Sancti 
Albini Andegavensis et Gii'audum 
de Blancofumo pro teiTa Croiaci 
prope Peregrinam. 

Epistola Boamundi Piincipis An- 
tiocbiae, RajTnmidi Comitis Sancti 
^gidii, GodeMdi Ducis Lotba- 
ringiae, ad Urbanum II. Papam. 

Litterae quibus Doronus Abbas Odel- 
ricus Sancti Micbaebs ad Mosam 
apud ApostoHcum Urbanum II. 
impetra^'it ut sepultura circa banc 
Ecclesiam constitueretur. 

Auctoritatis ApostoHcas Rescriptiun. 

Literae Ansbehni Arcbiepiscopi Me- 



diolanensis de Ecclesia S. Mariae 

de Calvenzano. 
Vol. 3. Litterae Ernaldi Episcopi Cenoma- 

nensis, de Capella Sablobii. 
Donatio Hugonis Arcbiepiscopi Lug- 

dimensis de Ecclesia S. Ger- 
man!. 
Ludovici VI. Francorum Regis prse- 

ceptum de Hbertate testandi et 

beUandi pro seryis Ecclesiae Pa- 

risiensis. 
Concessio, quam Pontius Abbas 

Cluniacensis fecit Bernardo Arcbi- 

episcopo Toletano. 
Alia Concessio facta Eskilo Arclii- 

episcopo Lundensi. 
Cbarta Hildeberti Episcopi Ceno- 

manensis. 
Confirmatio ejusdem Hildeberti de 

Ecclesia de Torciaco. 
Notitia de monte Modesto. 
Notitia Ecclesiae S. Mariae de Ave- 
. nariis. 
Praeceptum de Ecclesia S. Martini 

de BeUissimo. 
Cbarta Hildeberti de Lavarzino. 
De auctoramento Guillebni Goieti 

de Ecclesia S. Guingaloei. 
Auctoramentum Guillebni Goieti de 

S. Guingaloeo. 
C^TOgrapbum inter nos et Monacbos 

S. Albini de S. Gningaloeo. 
Notitia de Ecclesia de Ponte. 
Varia Acta pro loco de Amanzenas. 
Ollegarii Arcbiepiscopi Tarraconensis 

Epistola ad Raimundmn Episco- 
pum Ausonensem suffraganeum 

suum, qua ejus consultationi re- 

spondet. 
Placitatio inter Abbatem Lanzonem 

Sancti Micbaebs et Abbatissam 

Joviniaci. 
Pri vilegium Innocentii H. de Ecclesia 

Tvriaci. 
Acta concordiae initae inter Canonicos 

Rutbenenses et Monacbos Mas- 

sibenses super Ecclesia Sancti 

Amantii et sepultm-a civium Ru- 

tbenensium. 
Bulla Lucii 11. Papae confirmantis 

superiorem transactionem. 
Epistola Tbomffi quondam Abbatis 

Maurigniacensis ad Sanctum Ber- 

nardum Abbatem Clarevallensem. 
Litterje Manegaudi Abbatis S. ^li- 

cbaebs de renovanda memoria 

Ducis Volfaudi. 
Monacborum S. Micbaebs queri- 

monia ad Arcbiepiscopum Trevi- 

rensem de injmiis Comitis Rai- 

naldi Barrensis. 
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Baluzius — contin iiccl. 

ordinationem factam de Ecclesiis 
Sanctffi Genovefffi. 
Vol. 3. Ejusdem Epistola adversus Gau- 
fredum Comitem Euscinonensem. 

Dispositio rei familiaris facta a Petro 
Venerabili Abbate Cluniacensi. 

Litterae Ermeiigaudi Comitis Urgel- 
lensis, quibus abdicat consuetudi- 
nem capiendi bona Episcoporum 
defmictorum. 

Henrici Archiepiscopi Remensis Epi- 
stola increpatoria ad Cardinales 
Romans Ecclesiae in causa Dro- 
gonis Cancellarii Noviomensis. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Alexandrum 
III. de eodem argumento. 

Eesponsoria Alexandri III. Papae ad 
superiorem Epistolam. 

Nicolai monachi Clarevallensis Epi- 
stola ad Henricum Comitem Cam- 
paniee. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Willelmum 
Archiepiscopum Remensem. 

Acta concordiaB initffi inter Auscita- 
num et Cssaraugustanam Eccle- 
sias occasione Ecclesiae Alago- 
nensis. 

Alphonsi Regis PortugalliEe Epistola 
ad Lucium II. Papam, qua re- 
gnum suum Romanse Ecclesise 
tributarium constituit. 

Lucii II. Papre responsoria. 

Chartae Communiae Civitatum &c. 

Consuetudines Andegavite et Ceno- 
maniae. 

Epistola Stephani Episcopi Torna- 
censis ad Willelmum Arcliiepi- 
scopum Remensem. 

Epistola I. Episcopi Lyddensis ad 
Magistrum Michaelem Decanum 
Ecclesife Parisiensis et electum 
Patriarcham Hierosolymitanum. 

Chartffi variffi pro Isemburge Regina 
Franciae. 

Litterffi Joannis Episcopi Lemovi- 
censis et collegarum ejus a Sede 
Apostolica delegatorum in causa 
electionis Episcopi Tolosani. 

Litter® Capituli Remensis ad Ab- 
batem Clarevallensem, qui est in 
Episcopum electus. 

Mandata Velletrensibus, Coranis, et 
Sarminitanis data ab Hugolino 
Episcopo Ostiensi pro conser- 
vanda pace cum Nimplianis et 
Sitinis. 

Alphonsi Regis Castellfe Epistola ad 
Pliilippum Augustum Francorum 
Regem, qua ab eo petit auxilium 
adversus Sarracenos. 

Frederici II. Imperatoris et Regis 



Sicilise Epistola? novem ad di- 

versos. 
Vol. 3. Cliarta Micliaelis Episcopi Ande- 

gavensis pro Ecclesia S. Juliani 

Turonensis. 
Henrici Regis Hierosolymitani, qui 

Frederici II. Imp. et Isabella 

AngUcre filius fuit, Epistola ad 

Henricum Regem Anglorum pa- 

truum suum. 
Litterae Ludovici IX. de fundatione 

Ecclesife Damiat®. 
Ejusdem Lodovici Litter® de pen- 

sione concessa Episcopo Damia- 

tano. 
Quoddam Scriptum de vacatione 

Ecclesite Suessionensis, et decol- 

latione prasbendarum tempore re- 

galium. 
Litter® Decani et Capituli Cenoma- 

nensis de petenda licentia eligendi. 
Epistola Capituli Valentini ad Ar- 

cliiepiscopos Narbonensem et Are- 

latensem, 
Testamentum Raymundi de Cor- 

nilio Episcopi Cadurcensis. 
Ex veteri Scheda Lemovicensi MS. 
Epistola Simonis Presbyteri Car- 

dinalis tituli S. Balbinas ad con- 

ventum Cluniacensem. 
Litteras Philippi Pulchri Francorum 

Regis de sublevanda inopia Mat- 

tb®i Episcopi Dunkeldensis in 

Scotia. 
Manfredi Regis Sicilias Epistola tres. 
Litterae ^Egidii Archiepiscopi Nar- 

bonensis et suffraganeorum ejus 

de consecratione Petri de Rupe- 

forti Episcopi Carcassonensis. 
Arnaldi Cescomitis Archiepiscopi 

Tarraconensis Epistolae duas de 

Sarracenis ab Hispania pellendis, 
Balduini de Luxemburgo Archie- 
piscopi Trevei-ensis litterae de con- 

foederatione facta cum Phihppo 

VI. Francorum Rege. 
Testamentum Fulcaudi de Rupe Ca- 

vardi Archiepiscopi Bituricensis. 
Epistola Lucii Colucii Salutati ad 

Nicolaum de Auximo. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Franciscum 

Bruni. 
Ejusdem ad Karolum VI. Regem 

Francorum nomine civitatis Flo- 

rentias. 
Leonardi Aretini Epistola ad Ky- 

riacum Anconitanum. 
Alamanni Cardinalis literaa de cele- 

brando Festo S. Josephi. 
Epistolffi tres Nicolai de Clemargiis 

(Clamengiis). 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. 3. PLilippi Archiepiscopi Arelatensis 
epistola ad Capittdum ejusdem 
Ecclesife. 
Sigismundi Pandulfi MalatestaePrin- 
cipis Ariminensis epistola ad Ma- 
hometum 11. Turcarmn Inipera- 
tonim. 
Epistola Sixti lY. ad Karolum Dn- 
cem Burgimdiffi, de Cardinalibus 
noviter faetis, et de legatione Bes- 
sarionis in Franciam. 
Leouis Allatii epistola ad Jobannem 

Morinmn. 
Epistola Walonis ad Widonem Epi- 
scopnm. 
Appendix Monnmentomm Diplomatico- 
nun et Epistolarium .Joannis Do- 
minici Mansi C. M. D. L. 
Epistolffi Pontificimi Eomanorum. 
Praemonitio J. D. Mansi. 
Gregorii X. Bulla contra appella- 
tiones Clericorum de incontinen- 
tia danmatorum. 
Innocentii (forte) VI. Literae de- 
clarantes super tertio gradu con- 
sanguinitatis. 
Constitutio Clementis P. VI. super 
tertio et quarto gradibus consan- 
guinitatis. 
Joannis XXII. Bulla, qua praecipit 
Ferrariensibus, ut recipiant in 
Episcopum Guidouem AretLnum 
Episcopum ex Ariminensi Sede 
illuc translatuni. 
Innocentii Papffi VI. Epistola pul- 
cbra reprebensoria ad Eegem Pe- 
trtim Aragonium super eo quod 
non tractat Reginani bouore con- 
jugali. 
Innocentii VI. epistola ad .Joannem 

Arcbiepiscopum Pisartun. 
Privilegium Apostolicum pro Fra- 
tribus S. Jobannis Hierosolymi- 
tani contra offensores et occupa- 
tores bonorum cum promulga- 
tione sent entire. 
Bonifacii IX.Litterae pro concessione 
decimae omnium fructuum Eccle- 
siasticonun pro adventu Euperti 
Regis ad Eomanam Curiam. 
Alexandri VI. Epistola? quaedam 
Regi et Eeginas Castellan, et Le- 
gionis, Aragonum, Siciliae, et 
Granatae. 
Ejusdem Alexandri P. VI. epistola ad 

Carolum Francorum Eegem. 
Ejusdem epistola ad eumdem. 
Ejusdem ad Jubanum Episcopum 
Ostiensem Cardinalem S. Petri 
ad Vuicula. 
Ejusdem ad Pbibppimi S. Petri et 



Marcellini Presbytenmi et Car- 
dinalem Cenomanensem. 
Vol. 3. Urbani V. Bulla circa Privilegia, 
ordinationes, statuta, innovationes 
Bebgiosorum et aborum, cum qui- 
busdam Facultarum declarationi- 
bus. 
Gregorii XI. Bulla praecedentitim 

confirmatoria. 
Ejusdem Littera elausa ad Henricum 

Eegem Angbae. 
Clementis VI. epistola Provisionis 
super unctione, consecratione, et 
coronatione Imperatoris. 
Gregorii XII. Litterae concedentisln- 
dulgentias Ariminensi Catbedrali. 
Placitmn Ecciconis missi Otbonis I. 
Imperatoris babitum Ferrariae co- 
ram Petro Arcbiepiscopo Eaven- 
nate anno 970. 
Lucensium Monacbonim Epistola 
ad Henricum I. Imperatorem 
contra Sarabaitas. 
Bulla Gebeardi Arcbiepiscopi Ea- 
venatis, qua confirmat Mona- 
chorum quorundam donationes. 
Judicatum Lucae babitum pro bo- 
norum infantis diA^isione. 
Judicatmn Missorum Imperialimn. 
J. D. Mansi Prasmonitio «tc. 
Guifredi S. E. E. Card. Epistola, 
qua Pisanos excommunicationi 
subdit, pro injuste retentis Oppi- 
dis Lucani Episcopatus. 
Ad geminas Col^e de Bienzo Epi- 

stolas Praemonitio .J. D. Mansi. 
Epistolae duae Nicolai de Laurentio, 

vulgo Cola di Bienzo. 
Lmocentii VI. Papae Epistola ad 
Eomanos recomandatoria contra 
Joannem de Vico. 
De Concibo Basileensi Monumenta Non- 
nulla.' 
Littera missa per Eegem AngU* 
oratoribus Eegis Aragonum, et 
simibter Scrip ta Oratoribus Elec- 
torum Imperii. 
Pars cujusdam Litterae missae de 

ndeberga ad Eomanam Curiam. 
Venceslai Imperatoris Privilegium, 
quo arx Marsae Lunensis datur in 
fuedam Petro Lantis Pisano Le- 
gum Doctori. 
Monmnenta ad Concibum Basileense 

spectantia. 
Fragmentum Anonvmi ad SS. Eu- 

genium P. IV. 
Epistola anonyma de rebus Con- 

cilii Basileensis. 
Anonymi Epistola contra Ludovictim 
Sfortiam. 



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3aluzius — continued. 

Vol. 3. Leonard! Aretini oratio in laudem 

Imperatoris. 
Ad Innocentium III. (VII.) Ponti- 

fieeni, Leonard! Aretini Prologus 

in Phaedone Platonis. 
Leonardi Aretini Prjefatio in Ora- 

tiones Homeri. 
PoggiiBraccioliniEpistola ad Eegem 

Aragonum. 
Antonii Pucci Tudertini Oratio de 

justitia et de gubernanda Eepub- 

lica, edita per Antonium Tuder- 

tinum. 
D. Mansi Praemonitio. Epistola 

responsiva Canonico Placentino, 

et ejusdem civitatis civi, super 

Urbis stragem. 
Nicoclis Eegis Oratio ab Isocrate 

edita et a CI. V. Januario Vero- 

nensi in Latinum traducta ad 

111. Leonellum Estensem. 
Epistola Monitoria. 
De Morte Nicolai Estensis Prin- 

cipis Ferrarife. 
Leonelli Marchionis Estensis Ee- 

sponsiva ad Petrum de Plaza. 
G. Placentini Epistola. 
Gasparini Pergamensis Epistola ad 

Andream Julianum. 
Francisci Aretini Ducalis Legati ad 

Paulum II. P. M. Oratio. 
Francisci Ariosti JCTI Ferrariensis 

Epistolse et Orationes XII. 
Poggii Epistola ad Nicolaum, de 

Imperatoris Sigismundi Corona- 

tione per Eugenium P. IV. 
J. D. Mansi Prsfatio. Literse 

Morbasni Principis Organiae ad 

Clementem VI. E. P. 
J. D. Mansi Adnotatio. 
Porcelli Oratio ad D. Caesarem Si- 

gismundum Eoniae. 
Petri de Monte Veneti Epistola ad 

Georgium Caesarinum. 
Caroli II. Bicili® Eegis Litterae ad 

Bononienses. 
Literae Concilii Basileensis ad 

Hieronymum de Praga Mona- 

ebum Camaldulensem. 
Pii II. Litterae ad Pliilippum Bur- 

gundiffi Ducem. 
Literae Eugenii Papae IV. ad Uni- 

versitatem Parisiensem. 
Ejusdem Literae ad Episcopum Mal- 

leacensem. 
Literae Januensium ad Ducem Me- 

diolanensem de rebellione sua 

tempore quo Eex Aragonum 

praeda fuit Januensium et ductus 

Mediolanimi. 
01. Oratoris Guarini Veronensis ad 

111. Principem Nicolaum Mar- 



cliionem Estensem gratulatio pro 
revocatis ab eo in gratiam His- 
panis. 
Vol. 3. Bonifaeii (forte IX.) Epistola ad 
Lucenses, ut puniant GhibeUinos 
Patriae et Ecclesife bostes. 

Literpretatio Literarum Patriarcbfe 
Antiocbiae ad SS. P. Julium III. 
per E. P. D. Episcopum Maro- 
nitam, et magistrum Ambro- 
sium de Melita Ordinis Praedica- 
torum. 

J. D. Mansi Nota. 

Ejusdem Praemonitio. 

Cbronicon de gestis contra Fratri- 
cellos auctore Joanne Minorita. 

Ad superiora Opuscula, seu Histo- 
riam de Fratricellis Animadversio 
et Dissertationes E. P. N. W. 0. 
M. L. T. 

I. Dissertatio Apologetica pro Eo- 
mano Pontifice Joanne XXII. 

II. Pro Ordine Minorum S. Fran- 
cisci Apologetica Dissertatio, in 
qua de Fratricellorum origine et 
auctore. 

J. D. Mansi Praefatio in sequentem 

Collectionem Canonum. 
J. D. Mansi admonitio. 
Collectio Epistolarum quorumdam 

Eomanorum Pontificum. 
Professio Fidei edita a Bonifacio 

VIII. postquam Pontifex renun- 

ciatus est. 
J. D. Mansi Adnotatio. 
Martini V. Papae citatio contra liae- 

reticum Comitem Armeniaci, et 

suos complices. 
Bulla Eugenii IV. in favorem Bene- 

ficiariorum Majoris Ecclesiae Lu- 

canae. 
Aliffi aliorum Pontificum Literae. 

I. Pii Papae confirmantis, et appro- 
bantis Literas Innocentii Papae 
III. sui Praedecessoris pro Ecclesia 
Sancti Genesii terrae S. Miniatis 
Lucanae Dicecesis. 

II. Caelestini Papae III. ad Gre- 
gorium Prrepositum ejusdem Ec- 
clesiae S. Genesii. 

III. Bulla Sixti IV. data Lucensi- 
bus pro alienatione bonorum sta- 
bilium quorum fructus non ex- 
cedunt valorem quatuor floreno- 
rum auri de camera. 

J. D. Mansi Prffimonitio. demen- 
tis P. VII. Epistola pro justitia 
facienda Jud»is commorantibus 
a Venione. 

J. D. Mansi Prfemonitio. Guifredi 
Cardinalis Epistola de censuris in 
Pisanos ferendis. 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Placitum Ecciconis Missi Othonis I. 

Imperatoris liabitum in SjTiodo 

Pro"\'inciali Ferrariae celebrata a 

Petro Arcliiepiscopo Ravemifie A. 

970. 
Vol. 3. J. D. Mansi Prjemonitio. Lettere 

due a Messer Nicolo de Guidotti 

da Saminiato. 
J. D. Mansi Prsemonitio. Gasparini 

Barzizii Epistola ad Andream 

Julianum. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Laurentiuni. 
J. D. Mansi PrfBmonitio in Epistolas 

Caroli Vicecomitis Episcopi Yin- 

tiniiliensis et Xmicii ApostoHci ad 

Concilium Tridentinum. 
Ejusmodi Epistolae aliquot. 
Ejusmodi Litteras aliae. 
Scripta proposita Concilio Triden- 

tino, vel ad illud pertinentia. 
EpistolfB Joannis Baptistae Amal- 

thaei, nomine CaroH CardinaUs 

Borromei in Pontificatu Pii lY. 
Yol. 4. Elenclms eoi-um quae in iv. et 

ultimo Tomo continentur. 
Historia Monasterii Figiacensis in 

Dioecesi Cadurcensi. 
Eloquentissimi Yiri Leonardi An-e- 

tiiii Oratio in funere Nannis Strozae 

Equitis Florentini. 
Poggii Florentini Oratio in funere 

Leonardi Arretini. 
Generatio Guillelmi Bastardi, et 

quorundam aliorum magnorum. 
Epistola Henrici II. Kegis Angliae 

de custodia abbatiae S. Juliani 

Turonensis. 
Notitia de electione Abbatis Yosi- 

ensis. 
Litterae dementis YI. de Episeo- 

patu Ostiensi collato Stephano 

Cardinali tituli Sanctorum Jo- 

bannis et Pauli. 
Carmina. 

Alcuini Carmina ponenda in quodam 

Codice Sacrae Scripturae. 
Walafridi Strabi de Basilica condita 

a Bugge filia Regis Angliae. 
Ebabani Mauri ad Heistulsiun Ar- 

cliiepiscopum. 
Flodoardi Presbyteri Remensis. ' 

Tbeodorici I. Episcopi Metensis. j 
Adalberonis 11. Episcopi Metensis. 
Gauzolini Arcbiepiscopi Bituricensis, 

et Abbatis Floriacensis. 
Yitalis Abbatis Sa^^gniacensis. I 

Cononis Episcopi incertae aetatis. | 
Carmen in laudem S. Anselmi Ar- ' 

cbiepiscopi Cantuariensis. j 

Epice^on in obitum ejusdem. 
Accusatio contra Heliam Episcopum 

Aurelianensem. 



Indulgentia data Ecclesiis Clunia- 

censibus Italiae a Petro Abbate 

Clmiiacensi. 
Yol. 4. Epistola Prioris Argonensis ad 

Petrum Abbatem Cluniacensem. 
Acta de matrimonio Amedei IV. 

Comitis Sabaudiae cum Caecilia 

filia BanaUi de Bauz. 
Formulae veteres. 
Hincmari Arcbiepiscopi Remensis 

Epistola ad Ludovicmn III. Re- 
gem Francormn de electione Epi- 
scopi Belvacensis. 
Benedicti PapaeXII. declaratio super 

statu Monacborum Nigi'orum. 
Declaratio dementis PapffiVI. super 

Statutis Benedicti XII. erga mo- 

nacbos. 
Innocentii Papae VI. declaratio super 

iisdem Statutis Benedicti XII. 
Breve Innocentii Papae YIII. ad Lu- 

dovicum de Ambasia Episcopum 

Albiensem. 
Pragmaticae Sanctionis sublatje 

querimonia vel passio. 
Yicaria Campaniae. 
Yaria de Comitatu Flandriae. 
Cbarta Joaimfe Comitissfe Flandriae 

pro Monasterio S. Vedasti Attre- 

batensis. 
Communiae Ci\'itatum. 
Epistolae Nuncupatoriae, et Praefa- 

tiones Stepbani Baluzii singulis 

praefixae septem suis Ldbris Opus- 

culonun MisceUaneorum. 
Monumentorum Yarionun Appendix 

Joannis Doininici Mansi, 

C. M. D. L. A. 
JoamiisDominici Mansi Praemonitio. 
Historia de Tiberio Caesare A, et 

Pilato. 
Eadem Historia. 

Vita et officimn S. Ansani Martyris. 
Ritus veteres Senensis Ecclesiae. 
Jo. D. Mansi Praemonitio. Vita et 

Miracula S. Agnelli Abbatis. 
J. D. Mansi Praemonitio. Vita 

B. Galgani Eremitae Confessoris 

Senensis. 
J. D. Mansi Praemonitio. Decorosi 

Presbyteri Sermo in laudem S. 

Lucae Evangebstae. 
Monitum ad Lectores. 
Testium Depositiones docentes Dis- 

ciplinam Ecclesiae Ferrariensis 

sajculi XII. 
Sententia. 
J. D. Mansi Praemonitio. Joannis 

Ser Cambii Lucensis ci^is Monita 

Guinisiis data. 
Jo. D. Mansi Praemonitio in addita- 

menta ad Cbronicon S. Miniatis. 



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Baluzius — continued. 

Vol. 4. Pacta qufe Terra S. Miniatis habet 
cum Communi Florentias. 
J. D. Mansi Prfemonitio, Storia 
dal principio del Secolo XIII. 
sino al 1341, di im Anoiiimo Fio- 
reiitino, con annotazioni di un 
Anonimo Luccliese. 
Florentinae Urbis et Keipublic® de- 

scriptio anno 1339, exarata. 
Fragmentum Clironici veteris Vi- 

centini. 
Epistolae ad Paulum Guinisium. 
Nicolai Malaspinse Epistola ad Com- 
mune Vallis CarrarisB. 
Epistolie Lucensium ad Viros prin- 

cipes datffi. 
Excerpta de quibusdam Chronicis 

&c. 
Antonii Luschii Epistola ad Car- 
dinalem Mediolanensem de scliis- 
mate tollendo. 
Responsio Cardinalis ad eumdem 

A. Luscbium. 
J. D. Mansi Prasmonitio in gemina 
Opuscula Beltrami Mignanelli Se- 
nensis. 
Ejusdem Beltrami Libellus de con- 

cordia Psalterii. 
Ejusdem Beltrami Vita Tamerlani. 
Lettere di Monsig. Dionisio Greco 
M. 0. Vescovo di Chironesso a 
Marcello Cervini Cardinale di S. 
Croce. 
Augustini Bernutii ad Adamum 
Centurionem Genuensem Patri- 
cium Scrip tio de Luna Etruri® 
oppido, aliisque. 
Relazione del Vescovo di Sidonia 
intorno alia sua Missione in 
Oriente data alia Santita di N. 
Signore Sisto V. a 19 Aprile 
1587. 
Eelazione del CL Marc Antonio 
Barbaro alio Sereniss. Signoria 
Veneta delli Negozj trattati co' 
Turchi ec. 
Relazione di Roma del CI. Signor 
Michel Soriano tomato Ambas- 
ciatore da Papa Pio V. 1' anno 
1571. 
Epistola Celestini III. Papae ad 
Willelmum Lucensem Episco- 
pum, concedens facultatem con- 
ferendi Beneficia etiam juris Pa- 
tronatus Laici, omittentis prae- 
sentationem &c. 
Benedicti XII. Bulla pro restituendis 
Lucensibus in gratiam Ecclesife 
Romans. 
Privilegium Studii Publici datum 
Lucensibus a Carolo IV. Impera- 
tore. 



Vol. 4. Concessio similis Privilegii a Papa 
Urbano. 

J. D. Mansi Adnotatio. 

Pasclialis Pap^e II. Epistola ad 
Rangerium Lucanum Episcopum. 

Callisti II. PapjB Bulla, plura con- 
cedentis Benedict© Lucano Epi- 
scopo. 

Gregorii Papge Epistola ad Episco- 
pum Florentinorum. 

Innocentii IV. Liters contra Pisanos 
occupantes Bona Lucani Epi- 
scopi. 

Martini IV. Papae Bulla ad Abbatem 
Monasterii S. Martini in Campo 
Pistoriensis Dioecesis, et alios, 

J. D. Mansi Lectori. 

Lettere ccxxxiii. di Monsig. Muzio 
Calino intorno al Concilio di 
Trento. 

Oratio Arnoldi Ferrerii Regis, Chris- 
tian. Oratoris habita 22 Sept. 1563, 
in Congregat. Generali ad Syno- 
dum Tridentinam. 

Monumenta varia ad Concilium Tri- 
dentinum spectantia. 

Bernardini Baroni Patricii Lucensis 
ad Lectorem Prasmonitio. 

Lettere d' Hippolito di Este Car- 
dinale di Ferrara scritte a Pio 
Papa IV. et al Sig. Cardinale 
Borromeo intorno alia Religione 
et al S. Concilio di Trento. 

Monumenta varia ad Concilium Tri- 
dentinum spectantia. 

Monitum ad Lectores. 

Scripta a Rev. Generali totius Ordi- 
nis Praedicatorum Magistro Fran- 
cisco de Castilione, circa residen- 
tiam Praelatorum, an sit de jure 
Divino. 

Epistola R. P. Friderici Vincentii 
de Podio Ord. Praedicatorum ad 
D. Bernardinum Baroni P. L. 

Baptistae Vintimiliensis ex Ord.Prfe- 
dicatorum ad Xixtum IV. P. M. 
de Canonizatione B. Bonaven- 
turae. 

Monitum ad Lectores. 

Dicta et attestationes ex Processu 
de B. Catharinae Senensi. 

Bernardini Baroni P. L. ad Lectores 
erudita Prsmonitio in Opuscula 
Marci Attilii Alexii Arretini. 

Elenchus Epistolarum, Orationum, 
quae in authographo Codice MS. 
M. Attilii Alexii continentur. 

Marci Attilii Alexii Arretini Epi- 
stolre, Orationes, et alia optima 
excerpta. 

Monitum Typographi ad Lectores. 

Osservazione di un Anonimo contro 



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B.viiUzius — continued. 

il P. Girolamo Savonarola, non 

Note in favore di esso. 
Vol. 4. Copia del Processo Autentico 

contro il P. Savonarola. 
Note contro detto Processo. 
J. D. A. Mansi Pnemonitio. Vita 

B. Joannis Columbini. 
Constitutiones Congregationis Pau- 

perum qui vulgariter Jesuati nun- 

cupantiir. 
J. D. A. M. Prsemonitio. Epistolae 

PP. Paschalis H. Gelasii, Ca- 

lixti, Honorii, Innocentii, Lucii, 

Balzac (H. de) (Euvres completes, 23 vol. 8vo 1869-72 



Eugenii, Anastasii, ad Canonicos 
Regulares Monasterii S. Frigdiani 
Lucensis ; et aliorum ad alios. 
Vol. •!. Appendix Epistolarum ab Epi- 
scopis variis scriptarum, e Prixile- 
gioruni &c. ad eosdem. 
Monumenta varia ex Archivio Mo- 
nasterii PP. Prfedicatorum S. 
Romani Lucensis, eruta ab eru- 
dito P. Friderico Vincentio de 
Podio cum suis adnotationibus 
opportunis. 



Vol. 1. La Maison du Chat qui pelote. 

Le Bal de Sceaux. 

Memoires de deux Mariees. 

La Bourse. 

Modeste Mignon. 

Facino Cane. 

Sarrasine. 

Pierre Grasson. 
Vol. 2. Un Debut dans la Vie. 

Albert Savarus. 

La Vendetta. 

Une Double Famille. 

La Paix du Menage. 

Madame Firmiani. 

Etude de Femme. 

La Fausse Maitresse. 

Une Fille d'Eve. 
Vol. 3. Le Message. 

La Grenadiere. 

La Femme Abandonnee. 

Honorine. 

Beatrix. 

Gobseck. 

La Femme de Trente Ans. 
Vol. 4. Le Pere Goriot. 

Le Colonel Cbabert. 

La Messe de I'Atbee. 

L'Literdiction. 

Le Contrat de Mariage. 

Autre Etude de Femme. 
Vol. 5. Ursule Mirouet. 

Eugenie Grandet. 

Le Lys dans la Vallee. 

Les Celibataires : Pierrette (premiere 
histoire). 
Vol. 6. Les Celibataii-es. 

Les Parisiens en Province. 

Les Rivalites. 

La Vieille Ville. 
Vol. 7. Les Provinciaux a Paris : Le 
Cabinet des Antiques. 

Illusions Perdues. 
Vol. 8. Histoii-e des Treize. 

Cesar Birotteau. 

La Maison Nucingen. 
Vol. 9. Splendeurs et Miseres des Cour- 
tisanes. 



Vol. 

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9. Les Secrets de la Princesse de 
Gadignan. 

10. Les Parents Pauvres. 

11. Un Homme d' Affaires. 
Un Piince de la Bobeme. 
Gaudissart U. 

Les Employes. 
Comediens sans le savoir. 
Petits Bom'geois. 

12. Etudes Historiques et Politiques. 

13. Le Depute D'Arcis. 
Le Medecin de Campagne. 

14. Le Cvire de Village. 
Les Paysans. 

15. La Peau de Cbagiiu. 
Jesus-Clnist en Flandre. 
Mehuoth reconcilie. 

Le Chef-d'oeuvre Liconnu. 

Gambara. 

Massimilia Doni. 

La Recherche de I'Absolu. 

16. L'Enfant Maudit. 
Les Marana. 

Adieu. 

Le Requisitionnaii-e. 

El Verdugo. 

Un Drame au Bord de la Mer. 

L'Auberge Rouge. 

L'Ehxir de Longue Vie. 

Maitre Comehus. 

Sur Catherme de Medicis. 

Les Proscrits. 

17. Louis Lambert. 
Seraphita. 
Physiologic du Maiiage. 

Petites Miseres de la Vie Conjugale. 

18. Theatre. 

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Vol. 2. Sermon preached before the Vol, 
Society for the Propagation of the 
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Siris. 

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Cosmical Quahties of Springs. 

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Vol. 4. Superficial Figures of Fluids. Vol. 

Experiments on Fluids. 
On an Artificial Substance that 

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Degradation of Gold. 
Aerial Noctiluca. 

A New Lamp. Vol. 

Things above Reason. 
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On the Spring of Air. 
On Fresh Water made out of Salt. 
Natural History of Human Blood. 
On the Porosity of Bodies. 
History of Mineral Waters. 
Effect of Languid Motion. 
Account of a Self-moving Liquor. 
Reconcilableness of Medicines to 
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The Martyrdom of Theodora. 
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Final Causes of Natural Things. 

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The Christian Virtuoso. 
Experimenta Physicse. 
History of the Air. 

Account of Making Phosphorus. 
Way of Examining Waters. 
Discourse against Swearing. 
Correspondence. 

Appendix and second part of Chris- 
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Contes clioisis des divers Auteurs. 

36. Don Silvio de Eosalva — Wieland. 

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Liste des Ouvrages. 

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IV. 



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(1613). 
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Theologia contra Beronem et j 
Hehcem. i 

S. Gregorii Thaumaturgi XII. Cap. ' 
de Fide et Anathematismo. 

B. Serapionis Liber adversus Mani- ; 

cllJBOS. 

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versus Manichfeos, I 

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Arianos. 
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Manichaeos. | 

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Judaeos de Adventu Chiisti. 
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Fausti Ehegiensis Epistols. 
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Epistola Eugippii in Vitam S. Se- j 

verini. 1 



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Zacharife Mitylenensis Syntagma 

adv. Manichaeos. 
Anastasii Antiocheni Orationes quin- 

que. 
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Evanti Epistola contra eos qui sang. 

animal, immmid. et camem mmi- 

dam judicant. 
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stohe. 
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Campedonensi. 
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Columba Seoto. 
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stasii versionem Hippohti, et m 

Fabricii versionem Emiomii. 
Camien Monostichon Beati Colum- 

bani et Epistola. 
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Episc. Constantien. 
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Hebra-os. 
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Beda conscripta. 
S. Joannis Damasceni Libri contra 

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S. Zachariae Pontificis VI. Cap. ex 

Libro HI. Dialog. S. Gregorii M. 
Vita S. Wilhbaldi et S. Wunibaldi 

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Vol. 2. Vita S. Lamberti Episc. Traject. 
Collectiones Historical Chronogra- 

pliicae ex Anonymo temp. Alex- 

andri Scveri, ex Idacio et aliis, ex 

Toromaciio et aliis. 
S. Willibaldi Liber de Vita S. Boni- 

facii. 
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8everianos, 
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I. Carolo M. obtulit. 
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de Virtutibus et Vitiis. 
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stolas, Poemata, etc. 
Halitgaiii Cameracen. de vitiis et 

virtutibus, et ordine poenitentium 

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De Gestis Caroii M. Libri II. 
Martyrologium Notkeri, cognomento 

Balbuli. 
Hymni Sacri illustrium virorum 

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De Vita et Miraculis S. Ennenoldi 

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Tbeodorici Turingi Libri VHI. de 

S. Elizabeth (1289). 
Acta S. Albani Maripis. 
Annales Heinrici Steronis (1152- 

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Dyce (W.) Lib., 1875 : vii. 
Edwards (Canon J.) Lib., 1862 : 2* 
Fagel (Greffier) of the Hague, 8vo 1802 

Ellis (F. S.) Lib 1885 

Ellis (Sir H.) Lib., 18G9 : 2* 
Espine (Comte de 1') Lib., 1808 : 11* 
Fairholt (F. W.) Lib. 18GG : 2* 
Farnham (Lord) Lib., 1869 : 2* 
Ford's (R.) Spanish Books, 1861 : iii. 
Fowle (W. F.) Lib., 1870 : 2* 
Gage (Sir T.) Lib., 1867 : 3* 
Goode (Dean) Lib., 1869 : 3* 
Gordon (G. H.) Lib., 1869 : 7* 

Gosford (Earl of) Lib 1884 

Gossett (Eev. Dr.) Lib. (bd. rcith Town- 
send), 8vo 1813 

Gougb (Richard) Lib., 8vo 1810 

Hall (Fitzedward) Lib., 1867 : 7* 
Hall (Spencer) Lib. 1876 : viii. 
HalliweH's Reprints of Early English 

Literature, 1861 : iv. 
Hamilton (Duke of) Pictures and Decora- 
tive Objects, 8vo (Christie) 1882 

Hamilton Libs., with Beckford Lib., 

5 pts. in 1 vol. 8vo 1882-84 

Harness (W.) Lib., 1870 : 3* 

Hartley (L. L.) Lib., 2 pts., 8vo, 1885 86 

Harward's (.J.) Collection (editions of 

Shakespeare, etc.), 1860 : iv. 
Hastings (Marq. of) Lib., 8vo, 1868 : vi. 
Hawtrey's (Dr.) Lib., 2 pts., 1853-62 : iii. 
Hibbert (Geo.) sold by Evans, 8vo 1829 
Historical, Heraldic Books, etc., 1834 

(with Wyttenbach) 
Hulme (R. T.) etc., Lib., n.d. : 5* 
Humboldt Lib., Remains, 1871 : 3* 
Hunt (C.) Lib., 1853 : 3* 
Hunter (Rev. Jos.) Antiquarian Collec- 
tion, 1861 : iv. 

Papers in Llovd's Sale, iii. 

James (J. B.) Lib.," 1869 : 3* 

Johnson (M. J.) Illuminated MSS., 

1862: iii. 
Jolley (T.) Lib., 1853 : 3* 
Jones (Owen) Lib., 1875 : vii. 
Kershaw (J.) Lib., 1877 : viii. 
Laing (David) Cat., 3 pts., 8vo 1879-80 
Lansdowne (Marq. of) Lib., 8vo ...1806 

Lansdowne MSS., Lib., 8vo 1807 

Lenshoek (C. P.) Lib La Hayc, 1884 

Libs, sold by Sotheby, Evans, Stewart, 

etc., 4 vol 1825-35 

Libri, Cat. de sa IMbliotheque, Paris, 
1847 — des Livres sur les Mathcma- 
tiques, 1857 — Eeponse au Rapport de 

M. Boucly, Ivol Londres, 1848 

Collection of Manuscripts (with 

facsimiles), roy. 8vo, 1 vol 1859 

Lib., 2 pts. in 1 vol 1859-62 

Books and MSS., 1 vol 1869 



Lilley (Joseph) Lib., 2 pts., 1871 : 4* ; vi. 
Lloyd (Rev. C.) Collection of Aldines, 

1862: iii. 
Lyndhurst (Lord) Lib., 1864 : 4* 
Macaulay (Lord) Lib., 1863 : 4* 
Macready (W. C.) Lib., 8vo, 1873 : vi.. 
[Madden (Sir F.)] Lib., 1867 : 4* 
Maitland (S. R.) Lib., 1866 : vii. 
Mansel (Dean) Lib., 8vo, 1872 : vi. 
Martin (E. W.) Lib., 1853: 4* 
Martin (Byam) Lib., 1870 : 4* 

Marsh (J. ¥.) Lib 1882: 

Markland (J. H.) Lib., 1865 : 4* 
Mason, American Collection, 1860 : i. 
Mawdsley (J.) Lib., 1870 : 4* 
Mealey (R. R. P.) Lib., 1870 : 4* 
Meyrick (J.) Coins, Collection sold by R. 

Miles {icith j^urchasers' names and 

prices), 8vo 1820* 

Meyi-ick (Sir Sam. Rush) Lib., 8vo« 

1871 : vi. 
Mitford (J.) Lib., 2 pts., 1859-60 : iii. 
Murphy (H.) Americana, 8vo N. Yk. 1884 
Newman (J.) Cat., 1877 : viii. 

Another edit., n.d., 10* 

Nicholas (E.) Lib., 1877 : viii. 
Nichols (J. G.) Lib., 1874 : viii. 
O'Callaghan (Dr.) Lib., 1875 : vii. 
Odell (A. J.) Bibl. curiosa, vol. i., la. 8vo,. 
Netv York, 1878. 
Offor (G.) Lib. (greater part buryit) 

1865: 5* 
Onslow (Mr. Speaker) tcith Clandon 

Lib 1885 

Orford (Earl of) Wolterton Lib., 1859 : 

iv., 6* 

Osterley Park Lib 1885 

Ouwy (F.) Lib. and MS 188^ 

Palgrave (Sir F.) Lib., 1862 : v. 

Pattison (Rev. Mark) Lib 1885 

Parkes (Joseph) Lib., 1866 : 5* 
Peacock (T. L.) Lib., 1866 : 5* 
Pearson (E.) Bewick Collection, 1868 : 8* 
Penn Libs., etc., 1872 : vi. 
PhilUps (Prof. J.) 1875 : \-ii. 
[PhiUips, J. 0. H.] North Wales, Books 

on (impf.), 1861 : 4* 

[ ] Selection, 1863 : 5* 

Pocock (L.) Lib. .Johnsoniana, 1875 : viii. 
Puttick & Co., Bibl. mejicana, 8vo 1869 
Ramirez (Jose Fern.) Bibl. mexicana^ 

8vo 1880 

Redding (Cjtus) Lib., 1870 : 5* 
Roget (P. M.) Lib., 1870 (wtf/i Wigram): 6*" 
Romilly (Lord) Lib., 1875 : vii. 
Roxburgh (Duke) Lib. (icith prices), 8vo 

1812 

Russell (Rev. J. F.) Lib 1885 

Ryder (J. 0.) Lib., 1870: 5* 
Schotel (G. D. J.) 8vo ...La Haye, 187T 
Scott (Sir W.) Auto. MSS., 1867 : 5* 
Severne (J. E .) Wodhull Lib 1886 



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41 



Catalogue of Book-Sales — continued. 

Singer (S. W.) Lib., 4 pts., 1860 : iv. 
[Smith (G.)l Lib., 1863: 5* 
Stainforth (F. J.) Lib., 1867 : 5* 
Stanley (Col.) Lib., and others {with 

])rices) (bd. icith Townsend) 1813 

Stevens (Heiuy) Catalogue of first por- 
tion of books rel. to America, 8vo 1881 

Bibhotheca Americana, 2 pts. 1861- 

62 :i. 
Stewart, Brand's and other Lib., 2 vol. 

8vo 1808, etc. 

Stewart (C. J.) Stock, 8vo 1882 

Stourhead Lib 1883 

Strickland (Agnes), 1876 : vii. 
[Tasker (Joseph)] Lib., 1862 : 3* 
Tenison (Abp.) Books and MSS., 2 pts., 
1861 : V. 

Tewart(J. P.) Lib 1883 

Thackerav (W. M.) Lib., 1864 : 6* 
Thomson'(R.) Lib., 1865 : 6* 
Thomson (T.) Lib., 1866 : 6* 
Thorold (Sir J. H.) Lib. {priced) 1884 
Tiemey (Canon M.A.) Lib., 1862 : 6* 
Topograpliical, etc., Bks., 1862 : iv. 
Townsend (Marq. of) Lib., 8vo (Alchonie, 
Dutens, Gossett, included) 1812 



TowneleyLib 1883 

Tumbull (W.B., D.D.) Lib., 1863 : 6* 
Turner (Dawson) MSS. and Books, 2 pts., 

1859: V. 
Turner (J. M. W.), Engra\-ings, etc., 

1873: vii. 
Turner (T.) Shakesperian CoU., 1860 : iv. 
Twiss (Sir Travers) Lib., 8vo, 1873 : vi. 
[Twysden (R.)] Collection at Surrenden, 

1866: V. 
Tvdeman (H. W.) Bibl., pars 2da. La 

'Haye, 1865 : 11* 
TvrreU (E.) Lib., 1864 : 6* 

Walker (R.) Old Fans, sm. 4to 1882 

Warter (.J. W.) Lib., 1878 : viii. 
Wigi-am (H. L.) Lib., 1870: 6* 
Wiiberforce (Bp. Sam.) Lib., 1873: vi. 
Wilson (H. H.) Oriental Coll., 1861 : iii. 

Wodhull Lib 1886 

Woodward (B. B.) etc.. Lib., 1870 : 6* 
Wordsworth (Wm.) Lib. 1859 : iv. 
Womum (R. N.) Lib., 1878 : viii. 

Wytteubach {priced) roy. 8vo 1834 

Young (J.) Lib., 1875 : viii. 



Catalogues of Booksellers, Collectors, &c. : — 



Asher k Co., 1869 : 8* 

Oriental Lib., 1866 : 8* 

Livres rares, 2 pts., 1862-65 : 



11* 

Baldamus (E.) und R. Haupt, Protestant- 

ischen Theol., 1865-69. 1870: 14* 
Bamere (F.) I'Hist. de France, 11* 
Black and Armstrong, For. Cat. 8vo 1839 

Bohn (H.) Guinea Cat 1841 

General Cat., 4th and concl. ser., 

pt. 2, 1st sect 1850 

Bolm (Jas.) General Cat 1840 

Bohn (John) General Cat., 2 vol. 1842-43 
Boone (T. and W.) General Cat., 12mo, 

2 parts 1862-63 

Bossange, Barthes & Lowell, Foreign 

Books, 2 editions, 8vo 1843-57 

Bright (B. H.) Library of, 8vo 1845 

Brockhaus (F. A.) Bibhotheca historica, 

8vo Leipz. 1866 

Butterworth's Law Books, 12mo . . . 1850 
Calvary (S.) Manuale Bibhogr., antiqui- 

tatis studii. pars la, 8vo ...Par. 1861 
Campos (M. T.) Bibhogi-afia Espauola 

contemporaria del derecho v de la po- 

h'tica, 1800-1880, pt. 1 'Mad. 1883 

Carmignani (F.) Catalogo de' Libri, 12mo 

Parma, 1765 
Cathohcfe rei libronmi Thesaurus, Lib., 

2 vol. ml Wurtzburg, 1850 

Chapman (Henry) 2 pts [1780] 

Clarke's Bibhotheca Legum, a complete 

Cat. of Law Books, 12mo [1810] 



Clarke's Bibhotheca Americana, 8vo Cin- 

cinnati, 1875 

CutheU (J.) 8vo 18L> 

Davis (L.) Cat., 8vo 1787 

Dawson & Son, Cat., 12mo [1861] : 8* 
Dulau & Co., Foreign Books, 2 vol. 8vo 

and 1 vol. 12mo 1820-85 

Durand, Ouvrages de Legislation, de 

Droit et de Jurisprudence, 1789-1855, 

8vo 1855 

Egerton (T. & J.) 5 parts, 8vo...l791-9H 
EUis (F. S.) Blackletter, etc., x.d. 8* 
Engelmann, Bibl. Zoologica, 2 vol. 1861 

Bibl. Geographica Leipz. 185H 

Bibl. Script. Classiconun, with 

Supp ib. 1847-53 

Dasselbe,7fe.l«^ ib. 1858 

Bibl. (Economica (-EnsZm) ib. 1841 

Bibl. Philologica ib. 1840 

Dasselbe {Blan\ 1885 

Bibl. Juridica, "Ite Aufl. ...ib. 1840 

Bibl. Historico-NaturaUs...i6. 1846 



Evans (T.) 1773 

Faulder, 2 pts., 8vo 1782-97 

Fontaine (A.) Livres anciensetmodenies, 

8vo 1872 

George (H.) Bibl. Hist. Helvetica, BaseU 

1871: 11* 
Gesammt-Verlags-Katalog des deutschen 
Buchhaudels, 14 vol., roy. 8vo ...188*2 
Goethe AusteUmig, Berl. 1861 : 14* 
Gouin (E.) Sur Louis XVI., Marie An- 
toinette et la Revolution, 1869 : 11* 



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Catalogues of Booksellers, &c. — continued. 

Guillaumin et Cie., 1859 : II* 1 

Halliwell-Pliillips (J.) Warehouse Library I 

. of, 8vo 1876 I 

Hingeston ( ]\Iileson) 2 pts 1770 

Hinrichs (J. C.) Verzeiclmiss, 1830, 1888, 
1840-41, 1858-59, 9 pts. : 15* 10* 17* 

Hodson (J.) & Co., Cat., 8vo 1773 

Hotten (J. C.) Handbook to Topography 

and Family Historv, 8vo n.d. 

Ives (S.) Theological" Books, 8yo ...1849 

Jackson, Cat., 8\o 1705 

•Jeans (E., of Normch) Cat 1800 

Kerslake (T.) Cat., 8vo Bristol, 1849 

Kirchhoff & Wigand, Leipz., 1871 : 14* | 
Lackington and three others, 4 pts., I 

1789 

Allen (>(; Co., 8vo 1811 

La Bedoyere (H. de) Cat. des lixTes rares 

et precieiix, 8vo Paris, 1862 

Leslie (J.) Theology, 3 pts., 1848-53 : 9* 
Lilly (Jos.) 3 pts., 1803-00 : 9* 
List & Francke, Verzeiclmiss, 1800 : 14* 
Little, Brown & Co., Law and Misc., 

Boston, 1800 : 9* 
Longmans, 1840 : 9* 
Low (Sampson) American Cat. and Suppl., 
1856-9: 9* 

English Catalogues, 1873-84, 8vo 

1873-85 

EngHsh Catalogue, 1835-03, 1 vol.; 

1863-71, 1 vol.; 1872-80, 1 vol. 
Maisonneuve, Suppl., 1803 : 11* 
Montigny (L. de) Lettres autographes, 
Documents sur la Ligue, la Fronde et 

la Eevolution, 8vo .' 1800 

Muller, Boeken over de Nederlandsche 

Bezittingen {pamph.) Amst. 1854 : 14* 

Nijhoft', Livres de Fonds, 2 vol. 8\o... La 

Haye, 1871-83 

Biblioth. Neerlando-Indica, ib. 

1883 

Nutt (D.) Foreign Theology 1857 

Foreign Hist., n.d. 10* 

Catholic Theology 1875 

Modern Foreign Theology, with 

Index of Subjects 1867 

Osborne (T.) 2 pts., 8vo 1703-65 

Ouvry (F.) Ballads of, by F. W. Newton, 

sm. 4to 1877 

Payne & Foss, Books in various Lan- 
guages, 2 vol 1840-48 

Payne (Thos.) 3 pts 1772-76 

Phelps (J. D.) Collectanea Glocestriensia, 

8vo 1842 

Quaritch (B.) Foreign Literature ...1860 

Classified Catalogue 1864 

2 vol. 8vo 1874-77 

Science, Nat. Hist., 1871 : 10* 

General Catalogue 1868 

Reference Catalogue of Current Litera- 
ture for 1874, 1875, 1877, 1880, 8vo 
(W/dtakcr) 1874-80 



Reinier (D.) Berl 1859 : 14* 

Reinwald (Ch.) Cat. annuel de la Li- 
brairie Francaise, 8vo 1859-70 

Rivington & Cochran, Theology ...1824 

Rodd (T.) part 1, Theology ; part 4, Ele- 
gant Literature ; part 5, Historical 
Literature, 3 vol 1843-45 

Rolt (Sir J.) Ozleworth Lib., 8vo, 
Wotton- undcr-Edge, 1869 

Salva (V.) Spanish and Portuguese 
Books 1826 

Smith (A. R.), Cat. of Old Books, 8vo 

1880 

Books rel. to America, 8vo ...1871 

Smith (J. R.) Cat. Antiquarian Litera- 
ture 1860-61 

Shaksperiana, 1804 : 10* 

Cat. of Topographical Tracts and 

Prints, 8vo 1878 

Smith (W. J.) Auto Letters, Brighton, 
N.D. : 10* 

Sotheran(H.) k Co., Lib.,Books, 8vo 1877 

Spon (E. & F. N.) Scientific Books, 1867 : 
10* 

Stevens & Sons, Modern Law Works 

1879 

Stewart (C. J.) Bibles and Bibl. Lit., 
N.D. : 10* 

Straker (W.) Theological Books, 2 vol. 

18 [49-] 53 

Talboys, Bibl. Theolog. sm. 8vo Oxf. 

1885 

Teubner (B, G.) Bibl. philologica, Leipz. 
1869: 14* 

Thorpe's Cat., 1829-51, in 88 pts. and 
1 vol. 1842 .1829-51 

Triibner (N.) Guide to American Litera- 
ture 1859 

Triibner & Co. Cat 1873 

Catalogue of Dictionaries and 

Grammars, '•Ind edit. 8vo 1882 

Tytler (P. F.) Lib., Edinh. 1862 : 10* 

Vandenhoeck u. Ruprecht, Bibliotheca, 
18 pts., 1858-69: 12* 

Vierteljahres Catalog, Leipz. : 13* 

Weidmannschen Buchhandlung, 8vo 

Berl. 1877 

Wenceslaus von Schonherr (Weigel). 
Leip. 1871 : 14* 

Wheldon (John) Botanical Catalogue, 
p. 8vo 1886 

White (Benj. & John) 7 pts., 8vo 

1779-1806 

White (W.) Cat. 8vo 1842 

Williams & Norgate, Foreign Books 
1850, 1807-70, 1882-84 

Bibl. indica, etc., n.d. : 10* 

Linguistic Cat. Supp. 1866-69, 

1870: 10* 

WiUis & Sotheran, General Cat. 1861-62 



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43 



Catalogues cf Libraries, etc. (mcludiiig some Sale Catalogues) : — 



Abbotsford Club ; List of Members and 
Catalogue of Books of, 4to Edinb. 186G 

Aberdeen University. General Catalogue 
and Suppl.. 4 vol. roy. 8vo ...1872-74 

Advocates, Faculty of, vol. 1-C and Sup- 
plementary- volume, 4to Ed. 1867-79 

Adrian (J. V.,-. Codicmn MSS., Biblioth. 
Acad. Gisseusis. 

Aldershot Military Lib. of H.R.H. the 
Prince Consort,''8vo 1860 

Alle}"n's CoUi^ge Manuscripts, Dulwich, 
bv G. F. ^Vamer, 8vo 1881 

Alpine Club. Lib., 8vo 1880 

Ancient, Becker (G.). 

Antiquaries' Soc, Broadsides. — Lemon. 

Astronomical Society, 8vo 1839 

America, Books on (Stevens) 8vo ...1861 

iiL British iluseum. British 

Museum Cat. 

Books added to Lib. of Congress, 



1868-71. 4 vol. fol. ...Wash. 1869-72 

— AstorLi'i). Index, 8voX. York, 1851 

— Boston ( Bates Hall j 2 vol. roy. 8vo, 
1858-61, with suppl Boston, 1866 

Dedication Proceedgs. ib. 1858 



Prince Lib., 8vo ib. 1870 

Pubhc Lib., 2 vol. imp. 8vo 1858-61 
Catalogue, History, Biography, i 



and Travel, 8vo ib. 1873 

America, Pubhc lab., Enghsh Prose 

Fiction, 6th edit ib. 1877 

Handbook for Pieaders, 32mo 

ib. 1877 

Bulletin Numbers, 8vo, ib. 

1877 et scq. 
■ Cincinnati Public Lib., Bulletm of 



Books and Additions, 1879-85, 4to 

1879-86 

— Har%ard University, Special Pub- \ 
lications. — Scudder. 

— Library Bulletin. Xos. 6, 10-35, 
8vo 1877-85 

Bibhographical Pubhcations 



No. 2. ^\m.sor (J.) The Earher Edi- 
tions of Shakespeare's Poems; 7. Lane 
(W. C.) Dante Collections m the 
Harvard College and Boston Public ■ 
Libraries ; 8. Calendar of the Ar- ' 
thur Lee MSS. in the Harvard 
v.; 10. Winsor (J.) Halhwelliana : | 
12. List of the Pubhcations of ' 
Hai-vard U. 1870-80, 5 parts, 8vo 1 

1879-81 

— Lidianapolis Public Lib., 8vo. 

Indianapolis, 1873 

— Naval Observatoiy ; Astronomical 
Bibhographv bv E. S. Holden, 4to 

Wash. 1879 ; 

— New York State Lib., 2 vol. 8vo 
Albany, 1846-50 

Do., 1855, General Lib. and 



Law Lib., 2 vol. 8vo ib. 1856 



America, New York State Lib. Report, 

8vo Albany, 1857 

Maps, MSS., etc., 8vo ib. 1857 

Mercantile Lib. 8vo 1844 

Philadelphia, Lib. Company, 8vo 

Philad. 1807 
Ashmolean Manuscripts. — Oxford. 
Athenaeum Club, 2 vol. m 1, 8vo 1845-59 

Additions 1859, 1872-80, 1882-84- 

85 
Austraha, the Melbomne Pubhc Lib., 

rov. 8vo 1861 

Bank of England Lib., 8vo 1851 

Banks (Sir Joseph) Lib., 5 vol. — 

Dryander. 
Bath Literarv and Scientific Institute, 

by C. P. EusseU, 8vo Bath, 1879 

Beauclerk (Topham) Lib., 8vo 1781 

Belvoir Castle, Lib. , 4to 1827 

Bendall (C.) Buddhist Sanscrit MSS., at 

Cambridge. 
Berhn, Yerzeichniss der Bibhothek der 

Akad. AYissensch., 8vo ...Berlin, 1874 
Bernard, Lib. MSS. Anghae et Hibernian 

fol 1697 

Bibhotheca Piscatoria, by T. Westwood 

and T. Satchell, 8vo .'. 1883 

Bu-mingham Lib., by C. E. Scarse, roy. 

8vo Birm. 1883 

New Lib., 1838, 12mo 1836-40 

Free Libraries, bv J. D. Mullins 

8vo ' /6. 1869-71 

Free Reference Department, Letter 



A, 8vo 1883 

Board of Trade Lib., 8vo 1866 

Bodleian — C. impressomm Librorum in 
Bibhotheca Bodleiana a Bandinel, 

3 vol. fol Oxon. 1843 

The same, continued, 1835-47, fol. 

ib. 1851 

C. Librorum, 1620 — Appx. edit. 

2da, 1635, a James, 2 vol. in 1, 4to 

ib. 1620-35 
The same, a R. Fysher, 2 vol. in 1, 



fol ib. 1738 

— Donations m 1883, 8vo ...ib. 1884 

— C. Dissertationum Academic, quibus 
nuper aucta est Bibl. Bodl. fol. ib. 

1834 
C. Codicum Manuscriptorum, pars 



1. Recens. Codicum Grsecorum con- 
tm. Codicum MSS. Baroccianorum, 
pars n. fasc. I. Codicum MSS. 
Laudianorum, pars IH. C. Codicum 
MSS. Cod. Gr. et Lat. Canonicianorum. 
Confecit H. 0. Coxe. ito... ib. 1853-58 
— C. Codicmn MSS. Orientahum pars 
2da, Arabicos complectens, conf. A. 

NicoU, fol ib. 1835 

C. Codicum MSS. pars 4ta, Codices 



T. Tanneri Episc. Asaph, complectens, 
confecit A. Hackman, 4to ib. 1860 



u 



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Catalogues of Libraries —continued. 

Bodleian — Charters and Eolls, edited by 

W. H. Turner & H. 0. Coxe, 8vo, 

Oxon. 1878 
MSS., part 5, Fasc. 1 ad rem 

historicara et topographicam spect., 

K. Eawlinson, coiif. ]\Iacrav, 4to 

ib. 1802 
Tbe same, part 7, Codices /Ethiopici 

digessit A. Dillman, 4to ib. 1848 

C. Codicmn MSS., pars 9, Codices 

Kenelm Digby confecit G. D. Macray, 

4to ib. 1883 

Manoscritti Italiani, comp. dal 

Conte A. Mortara, 4to ib. 18G4 

Codicimi ^IHS.- -Oxford. 

Early Phiglisli Poetrv, collected by 

E. Malone, ' 183G. Cat. of Printed 

Books and MSS. bequeathed by F. 

Douce, in 1 vol. fol [ib. 1840] 

lioulogne Cat., 2nde partie, 8vo. 
Bourgogne, Manuscritsde la Bibhotheque 

de, par J. Marchal : i. Resume Histo- 
. rique ; ii. iii. Repertoire Methodique, 

3 vol. fol Briix. 1842 

Brand (Rev. John) Lib., 8vo 1807 

Bristol Lib., 8vo 1834 

British Museum Lib. — Ayscough's Cat., 

including the collections of Sir Hans 

Sloane and Dr. Birch, 2 vol. 4to 

1782 
Librorum impress. Catalogus a 

Harper, 2 vol. fol 1787 

Catalogus ab Ellis et Baber, 7 vol. 

8vo Lond. 1813 19 

a Panizzio, vol. 1 Litera A, 

fol 1841 

Catalogue of Printed Books (as 

jmblished) fol 1882-80 

Accessions from 1880, 10 vol. 4to 

1880-80 
Bibliotheca Grenvilliana, by J. T. 

Payne and H. Foss, with index, 3 vol. 

in 4, 8vo 1842-72 

BibhothecfB Regiae Cat. (a F. A. 

Barnard) 5 vol. fol 1820-29 

Cat. of American Books, by H. 

Steveiis, 8vo 1800 

Reading-room, Books of Reference, 

by J. W. .tones, 8vo 1859 

List of 1 bibliographies in the Read- 
ing-room, 8vo 1881 

Cat. of liooks printed before and 

to 1040, 3 vol. 8vo 1884 

MSS. of the King's Lib., by D. 

Casley, 4to 1734 

MSS., Cottonian Coll., fol. ...1802 

MSS., Harleian, 4 vol. fol. 1808-12 

MSS., Hargi-ave, 4to 1818 

MSS., Lansdowne, fol 1819 

MSS., Additional MSS. with those 

of the Egerton Collection, acquired 

1783-1835, index, fol 1849 



British Museum Lib. — Additions to the 
]5ooks, MSS., Coins, etc., 7 vol. in 
3, roy. 8vo 1831-40 

to the MSS. 1841-81, witli 

index, 7 vol. roy. 8vo 1850-82 

MSS., Arundel and Burney Coll. 

with index, 3 pts., fol 1834-40 

MSS. Cat. of Romances, by H. L. 

Ward, vol. 1 , roy. 8vo 1883 

Spanish MSS. by P. de Gayangos, 

3 vol. roy. 8vo 1875-81 

Handbook for Readers. — Nichols (T.) 

Works on Britisli Topography in, 

by .J. P. Anderson, 8vo 1881 

Maps, Prints, DraAvinc;s, etc., in the 

Lib. of K. Geo. III., 2 vol. 8vo...l829 

in the King's Lib. (Suppt. to 

Barnard), fol 1829 

Prints and Drawings, division 1. 

Satires, vol. 1 (1320-1089) ; vol. 2 
(1089-1733) ; vol. 3 (1734-00) ; vol. 4 
(1701-70), by F. G. Stephens and E. 
Hawkins, 4 vol. in 5, roy. 8vo 1870-83 

Early Prints, vol. 1, German and 

Flemish Schools, by W^ H. Willshire, 
roy. 8vo 1879 

Handbook to Department of Prints 

and Drawings, by L. Fagan, 8vo 187(5 

Pubhcations, 1807 : 8* 

Bunau, Bibhothecte Bunavian® Cat., 3 
vol. in 7, 4to Lijjs. 1750-5(5 

Bure (G. F. de) Bibliographie instructive, 
avec Cat. du Cabinet de L. J. Gaignat, 
10 vol. 8vo 1705-82 

Calcutta Public Lib., 2 editions, 8vo 
Cede. 1830-40 

Cambrai, Manuscrits de, par Le Glav, 
8vo 1831 

Cambridge, Book Rarities, by H. Harts - 
home, 8vo 1829 

Sandars (S.) Annotated List of 

Books printed on Vellum in the Uni- 
versity and College Libraries, 8vo 
Camb. 1878 

Queen's Coll. Lib. Cat. by T. H. 

Home, 2 vol. 8vo 1827 

Manuscripts preserved in the Lib. 

of the University, 5 vol. and index, 
8vo Camb. 1850-07 

Gonville and Caius College, MSS. 

in the Lib. of, bv Rev. J. J. Smith, 
8vo ." Camb. 1849 

MSS. quos Coll. Corp. Christi legavit 

M. Parker, Archiep., ed. J. Nasmith, 
4to 1787 

Baker Manuscripts, Index to the, 

by Four Members of the Camb. Antiq. 
Soc. [J. J. Smith, C. C. Babingtoii, 
C. W. Goodwin, J. Power] 8vo ...1848 

Buddhist Sanscrit MSS. in the 

University Lib., by C. Bendall, 8vo 
Camb. 1883 



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Catalogues of Libraries — continued. 
Cambridge, Trinity Coll., Arabic, Persian, 

and Tuikisb MSS. by E. H. Pahner, 

p. 8vo Cavib. 1870 

Free Lib., Peference Dept. pt. ii. 

comp. by J. Pink. Bvo Cavih. 1881 

Camden Soc, Publications. — Kichoh, 

Index to First Series, 'Ind edit.... 1H7'1 
Canadian Parliament, 2 vol. roy. Bvo 

(vol. 2 relates to books on America) 
Toronto, 1857-58 

Bicart's Kalendar. 

Canterburv Cathedral, Bvo 1802 

(.•hatsworth Lib. 4 vol. Bvo 1879 

Cbetham's Lib., with Indexes, 6 vol. in 

3, Bvo Manchester, 1791-1883 

Circtdating Lib. in Crane Court, 2 vol. 

8vo 1748 

Coishniana olim Segiierana MSS., de- 

scriptio H 3Ion tfaucon, fol 1715 

Cornell Univ. Lib Ithaca, 1885 

Coventry Book Club, 4to Coventry, 1880 
Crevenna Bibhotheqiie, avec les prix ini- 

jnimes, 5 vol. in 8, Bvo ...Amst. 1789 
Davidson (J.) BibhothecaDevoniensis, a 

Cat. of the printed books about Devon, 

sm. 4to Exeter, 1852 

Douai, Manuscrits de la Bibhotheque de, 

par Duthilloeul, avec Notice de MSS. 

concemant la Legislation du Moyen- 

age par M. Tailliar, Bvo Douai, 1840 
Dresden, Katalog der Handschriften der 

Bibliothek, 2 vol. 8vo Leipz. 1883 

Drummond of Hawthoniden's Lib. Edin. 

1G27, sm. 4to {reprint) 1815 

Dublin, C. impress, hbr. in bibl. CoUegii 

SS. Trinitatis juxta Dubhn, 2 pts. 

fol [1849-021 

Dublin Lib, Society and Hibernian Athe- 

nfeum, Bvo Dublin, 1857 

Durham, Coll. MSS., Ecclesiae Cath. 

Dmielmensis Cat. dassicus a T. Paid. 

fol Dunelmia, 1825 

East India Company's Lib. and Supple- 
ment, 2 pts. imp. Bvo 1845-51 

East India United Ser\-ice Club Lib., 

8vo {panq)hlet) 1808 

Edinburgh Subscription Lib., 4 parts, 

8vo 1833-40 

Select Subscription Lib., ■with Sup- 
plement, 2 vol. Bvo 1842-48 

Philosophical Institution Lib., Bvo 

1857 
Enschede (I. et J.): Bibliotheque k 

Haarlem formee pendant le IBe Siecle. 

par Messrs. Enschede, Bvo Amst. 1807 
Euing Musical Lib., Bequeathed to 

Anderson's Uuiversitv, Bvo Glasq. 

1878 
(Exegesis) Enghsh ^Yriters on the Old 

and New Testament, 12mo 1008 

Farmer's (Dr.) Lib. (with prices), 1798 ; 

Raiue's Lib., in 1 vol. 8vo 1812 



Farsetti (F. G.) Bibliotheca ^lanoscritta, 
p. Bvo Venezia, 1771 

FonthiU Abbey, Bvo 1823 

Foreign Office, Printed Books in the 
Lib. of, 31st Dec, 1804, roy. Bvo 1804 

Fort St. George, Oriental MSS. at, bv Rev. 
\Y. Taylor. 3 vol. Bvo Madras, 1857-02 

France, MSS., des Bibhotheques Pub- 
liques des Departements, vol. 1 et 
vol. 4, 4to 1849-72 

Li\Tes imprimes de la Bibhotheque 

du Roi, Theologie, 3 vol. — Belles-Let- 
tres, 2 vol. — Jurisprudence, 1 vol. — 
MSS., 4 vol. : 10 vol. fol 1739-53 

Bibhotheque Imperiale — C. de I'His- 

toire de France, vol. 1-9, 4to 1855-05 

Bibl. du Conseil d'Etat, par Bar- 
bier, 2 vol. in 1, fol. ...An XL [1804] 

Bibhotheque de feu M. le Marquis 

de Morante, roy. Bvo 1872 

Bibhotheques du Palais-Royal et 

de Neuilly,Bvo 1852 

Gaignat — Cat. de ses Li%Tes. — Burc. 

Geneva — Societe de Lecture, Catalogue 
et Rapports, 8vo Geneve, 1877-81 

C. des MSS. dans la BibUot. de la 

^'ille, par Senebier, Bvo 1779 

Geographical (Roval) Societv, with suppl., 
Bvo ' ' 1805-71 

Geol. Survey, U.K 1878 

Giessen (Adiian J. V.) Catalogus codi- 
cum manuscriptorum Bibliothecae aca- 
demics Gissensis, -iio... Franco/ . 1840 

Gough's Lib. (excepting the Topogr. 
Books bequeathed to the Bodleian), 
Bvo 1810 

Gray's Lm — Ancient MSS. and Books in 
the Library of, 2 vol. Bvo 1809-72 

Supplement, March 1872 to Jan. 

1878, by W. Douthwaite, Bvo ...1878 

Gren^•ille. — Bibliotheca ; Brit. Museum. 

Gresham College, C. of Books, Pictvu-es, 
Prints, etc., m, roy. Bvo 1872 

Grey's (Su* George) Lib., part i., Philo- 
logy South Africa , Bvo 1858 

Guildhall (London) Lib., with 15 Supple- 
ments, Bvo 1840-79 

Haenel (G.) Libroruni MSS. in Bibho- 
thecis GaUiae, Helvetiae, Belgii, etc., 
4to Lips. 1830 

Halli well's Unique CoUec. of Ancient 
Enghsh Broadside Ballads, p. Bvo 1807 

Hamburg — Katalog der Commerz-BibHo- 
thek in, 4to Hamb. 1841 

Hardy (T. D.) Cat. of Materials for 
British Historv, 3 vol. in 4 (a.c. 51(J 
— A.D. 1327), roy. Bvo 1802-71 

Harleian Lib., 5 vol. Bvo 1743-45 

Heame (T.) Excerpts from the Catalogue 
of his Library, 4to 1848 

Heber's Lib., 13 parts in 4 vol. Bvo 

1834-37 



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Catalogues of Libraries — continued. 

House of Commons Lib., with Supple- 
ment, 2 parts, fol 1857 

Hull Lib., with Supplements, 3 vol. 

roy. 8vo Liverpool and Hull, 1822-55 

Huth Lib., 5 vol. roy. 8vo 1880 

India Maps, Cat. of British Possessions 

in Lidia and other parts of Asia, 

2pts. roy. 8vo 1870-72 

Lidia Office Library — Arabic MSS. in, 

by Otto Loth, 4to 1877 

Index Librorum Prohibitorum, 12mo 
Boma, 1758, 1841, 1843 
Italiani MSS. — Marsand. 
Mediolani Libr. edit., 14G5-1500, 

Argelati, i. 1. 
Catalogo CoUettivo della Libreria 

Italiana, imp. 8vo Milano, 1878 

Jannet (M.) Catalogue raisonne de la 

Bibliotheque Elzevirienne, ICmo 1867 
Jenkins (Sig. Tommaso) Catalogo di 

Monumenti Scritti del Museo, 4to 1787 
Joecher (C. G.) Bibl. Catalogus, pars i., 

8vo [Lips.] 1759 

Kensington (South) Museum — Educa- 
tional Division, Ath edit. 8vo 1859 

Universal Catalogue of Books on 

Art, 2 vol. sm. 4to 1870 

King's Inns, Dublin, Juridical Lib., 8vo 

Dubl. 1846 
Kuczyiiski (A.) Thesaurus Libellorum 

histor. Eeformationis illustrantium 
■ (3,000 Flugschriften Luthers und 

seiner Zeitgenossen), 8vo Lcipz. 1870 
Lambeth Archiep. Lib., early printed 

books in, by S. R. Maitland, 8vo 1843 
Enghsh books before IGOO, by S. R. 

Maitland, 8vo 1845 

Lancashire and Cheshire Hist. Society 

Lib., by H. Smith, 8vo...L?'rc?7J. 1876 
Laude (P. J.) MSS. de la Bibl. pubhque 

de Bruges. G. Stephens, Brittiska 

och Fransyska Handskr. i Stockholm, 

1847, 8vo 1847-59 

La Valliere, Bibl. du Due de, par Bure, 

3 vol. 8vo 1783 

Leeds Lib., 2 editions, 8vo Leeds, 1836-59 
Lille, Manuscrits de la Bibliotheque de, 

par M. Le Glay, 8vo Lille, 1848 

Lincoln's Inn — MSS. by Eev. J. Hunter, 

8vo 1838 

Foreign Law, founded on C. P. 

Cooper's Coll. : Laws of France, 8vo 

1849 
Printed Books of, by W. H. Spils- 

bury, with Supplements, roy. 8vo 

1859-81 
Liverpool Lvceum Lib., by G. Burrell, 

8vo ." : Livcrp. 1820 

other editions and supplement, 4 

vol. 8vo ih. 1830-79 

Locker-Lampson (F.) Books, MSS., etc., 

in the Bowfant Lib., roy. 8vo. 1886 



Loftie (Rev. W. J.) Loan Collection of 
Books printed before 1600, 8vo {pam- 
jMet) 1872 

London Institution, and Suppl. 1813-30 

Svstematically Classed, 4 vol. 8vo 

1835-52 

MacCarthy Reagli (Comte de) Bibl. du, 
2 vol. 8vo 1815 

Mackenzie (Lt.-Col.) Oriental MSS., etc., 
by H. H. Wilson, 2 vol. 8vo Cede. 1828 

Madrid, Real Academia de la Historia. 
Coleccion de fueros y cartas-pueblas de 
Espana, 4to Madrid, 1852 

Magliabechiana liibl. Publica. — Fossius. 

Malta, Publica Bibl., per C. Vassallo,^ 
roy. 8vo Valletta, 1843 

Manchester Atheufeum, p. 8vo 1876 

Manchester Free Lib., Reference Depart- 
ment, by A. Crestadoro, roy. 8vo 1864 

the Additions from 1864-79, 

vol. 2 in 2 pts. ; the Index of Names 
and Subjects, 1 vol. imp. 8vo Man- 
chester 1879-81 

Royal Exchange Lib., Index Cat., 

8vo 1873 

Martin of Palgrave, 8vo 1790 

]\Iedical and Chirurgical, 3 vol. and 
Suppl. 1-4, 8vo 1879-84 

]\Iiddle Temple Lib., Printed Books in 
the, 8vo 1880 

Mons Casino, Monte Casino — MSS. in the 
Convent of. — Bibliotlieca Casinensis. 

Mudie (C. E.) Lib., p. 8vo 1850 

Munich. Codices MSS. Bibl. Reg., tom. 7, 
Codices Gallicos, Hispanicos, Italicos, 
etc., complectens, 8vo Monachii, 1858 

Museum of Practical Geology, by H. 
White and T. W. Newton, 8vo 1878 

Newcastle-on-Tyne Free Lib., by W. J. 
Haggerston, 8vo Nenx. 1880 

Lit. and Phil. Soc, by Tliornhill, 

8vo //;. 1848 

Pub. Libs., Juvenile Lending Dept., 

by W. J. Haggerston, 8vo lb. 1880 

Soc. Antiquaries, Lib.,8voi6. 1863 

Nodier (C.) Collection de Livres, 8vo 

Norfolk and Norwich Lit. Inst., 8vo 1844 

Lib. of, 8vo 1870 

Norwich Lib., 8vo 1825 

Oudh (King of) C. of his MSS., by Dr. 
Sprenger, vol. 1, roy. 8vo Calc. 1854 

Oxford, Catalogue of the ^Manuscripts 
bequeathed to the University by Ash- 
mole ; also of MSS. contributed by 
Kingsley, Lhuyd, Borlase, and others, 
by W. H. Black, with index, 2 vol. 4to 
Oxf. 1845-6G 

Codicum !MSS. qui in CoUegiis 

Aulisque Oxoniensibus hodie adser- 
vantur conf. H. 0. Coxe, 2 vol. 4to 

1852 

Oxford, Bodleian Library. — Bodleian. 



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Cataloguks of Libraries — contimied. 

Oxford, RadcliffeLib., Cat. of Periodicals, 

in Reading Eoom, 'drd edit. 8vo Oxf. 

1876 
and Cambridge University Clnb, 

8vo ...1840 

Paris, Bibliotbeca Parisiana (priced) 

12mo 1791 

Parr (Dr.) Bibliotbeca Pamana, 8vo 1827 
Penzance, Public Library of, by Kins- 
man, 8vo .' 1874 

Perkins Lib. (priced -with names of pur- 

cbasers), imp. 8vo 1873 

Pbarmaceutical Society, 8yo 1885 

Physicians (Coll. ot) Bibliothecae C. R. 

Medicorum, London. Catal., 8vo 1757 
Pinelli (M.) Bibliotbeca desciipta a J. 

Morellio. 6 vol. in 3, 8yo... Tenet. 1787 

Plj-moutb Lib., 8vo Plymouth, 1834 

Portico, Cat. Raisonne of the Portico, a 

Literary Commonwealth, 8vo 1830 

Redpath (P.) Historical Collection relating 

to England and America, 8vo ...1884 

Reed (Isaac, Esq.) Lib. of, 8vo 1807 

Reform Club, roy. 8vo 1883 

Re\-nolds (Sir J.) Engraved Works, 

1755-1822— By E. Hamilton. 
Rich's (0.) Catal. of Books rel. to America, 

2 vol. 8vo, 1701-1800, 1840-46 

Roval Listitution Lib., by W. Hanis, 

2 editions, 8vo 1809-21 

by B. Vincent, 2 vol. 8vo, with 

Additions 1857-83 

Royal Society, Scientific Books, Cat. by 

A. Panizzi, 8vo 1839 

Russell Institution Lib., by E. W. Brayley 

(2 editions) 8vo 1835-49 

Russia, St. Petersburg, Acad. Imp. des 

Sciences, Cat. des Uvres publ. en 

langues etrangeres 1854-1807 

en langue Russe, 1857, 18* 

St. Mark's, Bibliotbeca Manuscripta ad 

S. Marci Venet., 6 vol. in 3, 8vo 1868-73 
Savanno, Catalogo di Libri,8vo Pad. 1780 
Scientific Papers (1800-1872) compiled 

and published by the Roval Society, 

8 vol. 4to iStatiouenj Office), 1867-79 
Scotland, Medals of. from earhest peiiod, 

byR. W. Cochran-Patrick, 4to ...1884 
Scudder (S. H.) Cat. of Scientific Serials 

of aU Coimtries (1633-1876), roy. 8vo 

Camb. U.S. 1879 

Shakespeare, Cat. of Books, MSS., Works 

of Art, in the Lib. and Museum at 

Stratford, 8vo 1868 

Catalogues of New Publications : — 
London Cat. : Books pubhshed in Lon- 
don, with their sizes, prices, and pub- 
lishers, 1800-22, 1814-39.— Supple- 
ment, 1844, in 1 vol. 1822-39-44. 
London Cat., 1814-46.— Classified Lidex 
to the Cat., 1814-46, in 1 vol.— Sup- 



Shakespeare Memorial Lib., Birming- 
ham, 2 paits, 8vo 1872-76 

Sheflield Lib., with Supp., sm. 8vo 
Shef. 1837-39 

Signet (Writers of) Lib., 4 pts., classified 
Index, 2 vol. 4to Ed. 1833-37 

Juiispr., by W. Ivory, 8vo Ed. 

1856 

New Cat., pt. i., A.-L., 4to Ed. 

1871 
Silvestre de Sacy, Bibliotheque, 8 vol. 

8vo 1842-47 

Sion College, Lib. (per J. S.), sm. 8vo 
Londini, 1650 

Biblioth. Cleri Londinensis Cat. 

auctore G. Reading, fol ib. 1724 

Smith (J.) Bibhotheca Smithiana, Cat. 

(per J. B. Paschalium), 4to Vciict. 1755 
de la Bibhothoque de feu M. Serge 

Sobolewski de Moscou, 8vo Paris, 1873 

Soranzo Libreria, 8vo Padova, 1781 

Spalding Club (Paterson), Edinb. [? 1868] 

10* 
Statistical Soc. Lib., 2 parts 8vo 1859-84 
Stephen (G.) Brittiska och Fransyska 

Handskrifteraa i Stockholm, 8yo 

(bound with Laude) Stockh. 1847 

Stevens (H.) Bibliotbeca historica (Ame- 
ricana ) , 8yo Boaton , 1870 

Stockliolm, Kongl. Teknologiska Insti- 

tutets Bibhothek, 8vo Stockholm, 1849 

Stowe House Lib., sm. 4to 1849 

Stowe Collection of MSS. and Lib. of 

Stowe House, 2 pts. , 8vo 1849 

Strawberry Hill Collection (Horace Wal- 

pole's), icith prices, 4to 184'2- 

Sussex (Duke of) Lib. by Pettigrew, 

2 vol. in 3, imp. 8vo 1827-39 

Thysius (J.) Bibl., large 8vo Leiden, 1879 
United Senice Institution Lib., 8vo 1842 
Walckender, Collection des Li^Tes et 

Cartes Geogi'aphiques, 8vo 1853 

West (J.) Lib. of {icith prices), 8vo 1773 
Weyer (M. Jean de) Livres et MSS. roy. 

8yo Gaud, mm 

Wigan Free Lib. Lidex Cat., by H. T. 

Folkard, 8vo Wicjan, 1878 

Works on Mmuig and Metallurgy 

in Reference Department, roy. 8yo 

Southport. 1880 

WiDiams's Library, 4 vol. 8vo... 1801-78 

Woolwnch, Lib. of Roy. Artillery, 8vo 1858 

York Gate Geographical and Colonial 

Library, by S. W. Silver, roy. 8vo 1882 



plement with Classified Lidex, 1846- 

49, 1 vol. 
London Cat., 1816-51, 1 vol. — London 

Cat., 1831-55, 1 vol. : 2 vol. Svo 

1816-55 
British Cat. of Books published from 1837 



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Catalogues of New V\xhlica.tions— continued. 

to 1852, compiled by Sampson Low. — 

Vol. 1, General Alphabet, — Index (of 

subjects) to the British Cat,, 1837-57, 

1 vol. : 2 vol. 8vo, 1853-58. 
English Cat. of Books, 1835-80, 3 vol. 

roy. 8vo 1864-82 

English Cat., Annual Lists: 1876-84, 

in 2 vol. 8vo 1877-85 

Bibliotheca Belgica, Cat. de Publications 

Beiges, 1830-60, 8vo 1861 

] >ibhographie Beige 1875-77 i 



Cat. Annuel de la Lib. Fran9aise, pub. 
par Keinwald, 12 vol. 8vo 1858-6!) 

Dansk Bogfortegnelse for i Aarene 1841- 
58, samlet af F. Fabricius, med Regis- 
ter, 8vo Kjoben. 1861-62 

For English Books, see further — The 
Bookseller ; Publishers' Circular ; 
Lowndes ; Watts. For French — 
Brunei ; Querard ; Lorenz. For Ger- 
man — Hcinsius, Herrmann, Hoppe. 



Catalogues of Exhibitions, Galleries, and Museums :- 



Alnwick Castle, Egyptian Antiquities, by 
S. Birch, 4to .^ 1880 

Antiquities, 4to ...Neiocastle, 1880 

Asiatic Society, Birds in the Museum, by 
E. Blyth, 8vo Calcutta, 1849 

Beckett-Denison (C.) Pictures, Works of 
Art, and Decorative Objects, 8vo 1885 

Bernal Collection of Works of Art from 
the Byzantine Period to that of Louis 
XVL, roy. 8vo 1855 

[Boyle (Mary L,)], Portraits at Long- 
leat, CO. Wilts, 8vo 1881 

Bridgecoates Collection of Pictures, 5th 
edit., p, 8vo 1852 

Caxton Celebration, 1877, Cat., edit, bv 
G. Bullen, p. 8vo 1877 

Exhibition, Bibles in, by H. Stevens, 

8vo 1878 

Chinese Collection, Philad., 8vo ...1839 

Fonthill, Magnificent Eifects at (Christie) , 
27idedit.Uo 1829 

Great Exhibition. — Exhibition (Great). 

Cruildhall Libraiy, Works of Art exhibited 
at the opening of. 8vo 1872 

Sculpture, Paintings, Engravings, 

etc., belonging to the Corporation of 
London, and of Books (not in the Cat. 
of Guildhall Lib.), 8vo 1867-68 

Hampton Court, Pictures at, by E. Law, 
p. 8vo 1881 

International Fisheries Exhibition, 8vo 

1883 

Health Exhibition, Lib., Div. 1, 8vo 

1884 

Literature, 16 vol. 8vo...l884 

Inventions Exhibition, 1885, Offi- 
cial Cat., 8vo 1885 

Kensington (Soutli) Cat. Loan Exhibi- 
tion, 1862, by J. C. Robinson, revised 
edit. 8vo 1863 

Knowsley Hall, Pictures at, by G. Scharf, 
4to 1875 

Lake's (Sir J. W.) Collection of British 
Portraits and Historic Prints sold by 
auction in 1808, 4to. 

Libri, La partie reservee, 1862, objects of 
Art and Vertu (prices and purchasers' 
names to three of the sales). 



London, Museum of Practical Geology — 
Mineral Collections, Collections of Fos- 
sils, Rock Specimens, Mining Records, 
5 vol. 8vo 1858-65 

National Portrait Gallery, Pictures 

in {pamph.) 1850 

London Exhibition, 1851. — Exhibition 
{Great). 

1862. Section Fran9aise, Catalogue 

Officiel, 8vo 1862 

Belgique, produits industriels 

et d'oeuvres d'art Brux. 1862 

Exposition de 1862. Royaume 



d'ltalie, Catal. Officiel, 8vo 1862 

Notices sur les Modeles, Cartes. 



et Dessins, 8vo 1862 

Cat. du Dixieme Groupe li I'Exposi- 



tion Universelle de 1867, 8vo 1867 

Exposition Universelle, 1867 (Emj- 

lish version), 8vo 1807 

Paris Exhibition— Exposition Univer- 
selle. — Paris. 

Travaux de la Commission Fran- 

9aise, 1851. — Exposition. 

Exposition Universelle, Catalogue 

Officiel, 2me edit. 8vo 1855 

Exposition Universelle de Paris en 

1855, public par M. Tresca, p. 8v() 

1855 

Official Cat. of British Section, in 

Exhib. of 18"8, 2 vols. p. 8vo ...1878 

Philadelphia Exhibition, Official Cat. of 
British Section, sq. 8vo 1876 

Pictures now exhibiting in Pall Mall. 
Catalogue raisonne (a Satire). 4to 181(5 

Preparations in the Museum of St. 
Thomas's Hospital, vol. 1, 8vo ...1847 

Rapporto della l^sposizionc dei Prodotti 
Natural! e Industriali della Toscana, 
1850, 2 vol. imp. 8vo 1851 

St. Bernard Club Show. — Carter. 

Salon, Cat. illustre, 1882-3, publ. par 
F. G. Dumas, 8vo 1882-83 

, Amsterdam, par Dumas 1883 

Tableaux Modernes composant la Col- 
lection Faure, roy. 8vo 1873 

Tableaux composant la Collection 
Laurent-Richard, roy. 8vo 1873 



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Ceilleer (Dom Reniy) Histoire generale des Auteurs Sacres et Ecclesiastiques, nouvelle 
edition par I'Abbe Bauzon, 17 vol. imp. 8vo 186o-C9 



Vol. 1. De Moise a Saint Hippolyte. 

Vol. 2. De Tertullieu aux Conciles du 
IV<^ Siecle. 

Vol, 3. Les Actes des Martyrs au IV* 
Siecle jusqu'aux Conciles du IV* 
Siecle. 

Vol. 4, De Saint Hilaire de Poitiers au 
Concile de Bagaia en 394. 

Vol. 6. Les Actes des MartjTs au IV* 
Siecle jusqu'aux Conciles du V* 
Siecle. 

Vol. G. Suite du IVe Siecle. S* Eplirem, 
Les Epitres decretales, S* Sirice, 
Evagre, S' Gregoire de Nysse, 
plusieurs Auteurs du IV® Siecle, 
S* Epiphan, mort en Ian 404. 

Vol. 7. IV« et V« Siecles. S* Chryso- 
stome, Theopliile, Eupin, Pallade, 
S* Chomace, Jean de Jerusalem, 
S* Pammaque, S^ Innocent Pape, 
Zosime, S* Jerome, Conciles du 
IV^ Siecle. 

Vol. 8. IV« et V* Siecles. S* Paulin, 
Sulpice Severe, Cassien, S^ Nil, 
S^ Cyrille d'Alexandrie, S^ Hilaire 
d' Aries, S* Eucher de Lyon, V. de 
Lerens, S' Isidore de Peluse, et 
beaucoup d'autres Ecrivains. Con- 
ciles de Tan 401 a 444. 

Vol. 9. IV® et V® Siecles. Saint Augustin. 

Vol. 10. IV® et V® Siecles. Paul Orose, 
S*^ P. Chrysostome, Juvenal de 
Jerusalem, Tlieodoret, Acace, 
Eabulas, S. Leon Pape, S* 
Prosper, S. Gemiade, et beaucoup 
d'autres Ecrivains. Conciles de 
Tan 434 a Tan 517. 

Vol. 11. VI®, VII® et Vin® Siecles, S* 
Fulgence ; S* Cesaire, Eveque 
d' Aries ; S' Benoit ; Cassiodore ; 

Chaucer Society, Publications of (First Ser 

1. Prologue and Knight's Tale in Six 

Parallel Texts, with Tables shew- 
ing the Groups of the Tales, and 
also Specimens from several MSS. 
(From the six MSS., Ellesmere, 
Hengwrt, Cambridge, Corpus, Pet- 
worth, and Lansdowne). Six- 
Text : Part 1, oblong 4to ...1868 

2. to 7. The same, in Separate Issues 

of the Six Texts, 8vo 1868 

8 to 13. The Millers, Reeves and 
Cook's Tales, in Separate Issues 
of the Six Texts, 8vo 1869 

14. The same, wnth an Appendix of the 

Spurious Tale of Gamehoi, m the 
Six Parallel Texts. Six- Text : 
Fart 2, obi. 4to 1870 

15. The Man of Law's, Shipman's, and 

Prioress's Tales, with Chaucer's 
u. 



Justinien, Emp. ; S* Gregoire de 
Tours ; S' Gregoire le Grand ; 
S* Isidore de Seville, et beaucoup 
d'autres Ecrivams. Conciles du 
VI® et d'mie partie du VII® Siecle. 

Vol. 12. VIII®, IX® et X® Siecle 1. Le 
Ven^'® Bede ; S^ Germain, S* 
Boniface, S^ .Jean Damascene ; 
Alcuin, Cliarlemagne ; S* Nice- 
phore, Raban Mam- ; Floras ; S' 
Paschase Radbert ; S^ Nicolas 1®*", 
Adi-ien II, Papes, Hincmar de 
Reims ; Photius ; Sylvestre II, 
et beaucoup d'autres Ecrivains. 
Conciles du VII® Siecle. 

Vol. 13. XI® et XII® Siecles. S' Abbon, 
Zulbert, S^ Gregoire VII ; Lan- 
franc, et ime multitude d'autres 
Ecrivams. Conciles des VIII® et 
IX® Siecles. 

Vol. 14. 1« Partie. XH® Siecle. S* 
Ansehne de Cantorburie ; Hughes 
de Flavigny ; S^ Yves de Chartres ; 
Guillaume de Champeaux ; PieiTe 
AbaUard et Heloise ; Orderic Vital ; 
S' Bernard ; Pierre ; le Ven'''® 
Pierre Lombard, et beaucoup 
d'autres Ecrivains du XII® Siecle. 

Vol. 14. 2"'!® Partie. XII® Siecle. S^ T. 
Beckett ; Adam de Saint Victor ; 
Amoul ; Pierre de Blois ; Theo- 
dore Balsamon ; Pierre de Vaulx- 
Cernav ; Adiien IV ; Alexandre 
III ; Lucius III ; Urbam HI ; 
Gregoire VIII ; Clement III ; Ce- 
lestin HI ; Imiocent IH, et beau- 
coup d'autres Ecrivains. Conciles 
des XI® et XH® Siecles. 
Table des Matieres, 2 vols. 

ies), 65 YoL 4to and 8vo 1868-83 

own Tale of Sir Thopas m the Six 
Parallel Texts, and 10 coloured 
Drawmgs of the Tellers of Tales. 
Six-Text : Part 3, obi. 4to...l871 
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separate Issues of three of the Six 
Texts, 8vo 1871 

19. The Shipman's, Prioress's, and Man 

of Law's Tales, fi"om the Petworth 
MS. 8vo 1871 

20. The Man of Law's Tale, from the 

Lansdowne MS. 8vo 1871 

21. Minor Poems, Parallel Text Edition, 

from six MSS. Part 1, obi. 4to 

1871 

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Texts, from three MSS. Part 1 

1871 

23. Minor Poems, Odd Texts, from MS. 

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written by Shirley, Chaucer's Con- 
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Wife of Bath's, Friar's, and 
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Coloured Drawings of Tellers of 
the Tales and Specimens of Vari- 
ations of 80 MSS. in the Doctor- 
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obi. 4to 1872 

20. The Wife's, Friar's, and Summoner's 
Tales from the Ellesmere MS. 
8vo 1872 

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from the Hengwrt MS., with 
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Tales, 8vo 1872 

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Tales from the Cambridge MS., 
with 9 Woodcuts of Tale Tellers, 
8vo 1872 

29. A Treatise on the Astrolabe, Ad- 

dressed to his Son Lowys, in 1391, 
by Chaucer. Edited by Eev. W, 
W. Skeat, 8vo 1872 

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parallel Texts. Six-Text: Parti, 
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44 and 65. A Detail'd Comparison of the 
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Parts not used, with a print of the 
Troylus from the Harleian MS. 
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1875-83 
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47. Eyme-Index. Notes and Corrections 

for the, 8vo. 

48. Autotype Specimens of the chief 

Chaucer MSS. Part 1. 16 Auto- 
types, with a Note on the MSS. 
by F. J. Furnivall, folio 1877 

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Texts, with a Table of Contents 
and Notes and Corrections for the 
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50 to 55. The same, in separate Issues 
of the Six Texts, 8yo 1877 

50. Autotype Specimens of the chief 

Chaucer MSS. Part 2. 10 Auto- 
types, folio 1878 

57. Minor Poems, part 2, in Parallel 

Texts, from various MSS., obi. 
4to 1878 

58. The same, part 3, in Parallel Texts, 

from various MSS., obi. 4to 1879 

59. Minor Poems, Supplementary Paral- 

lel Texts, part 2, obi. 4to ...1880 

60. Minor Poems, Odd Texts, part 4, 

8vo 1880 

61. Minor Poems, One Text print, part 

II.,8vo 1880 

Accompanied by three loose plates : — 
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2, 42 (back). 

3. A.B.C. 'LyfofMan.' 

62. Autotypes of chief Chaucer MSS. 

Part 3, Hem-y V. MS. of Troilus. 
63 and 64. Troilus and Criseyde, Parallel 

Text, by Furnivall, parts 1, 2, obi. 

4to 1881—'-* 

73. Harleian MSs! 7334, "of Canterbury 

Tales, ed. by F. J. Furnivall 1885 
75, 76. Chaucer's " Boece." 



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1, 4, 5, and 11. Ellis (A. J.) Early Eng- 

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2, 9, 10, 18, 19. Essays on Chaucer, his 

Words and Works. 5 parts 
1868-85 

3, Temporary Preface to the Six-Text 

Edition of the Canterbury Tales. 
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1868 



6. Trial-Forewords to the Parallel Text 

Edition of Chaucer's Minor Poems. 
Parti 1871 

7. 10, 15. Originals and Analogues of 

some of Chaucer's Canterburv 
Tales, 3 parts.. 1872-78 

8. Albertano of Brescia's Liber Consilii 

et Consolationis, a.d. 1246. Edited 
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12. Life Kecords of Chaucer. Part 1. 
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1 8, Thyime's Animadversions on Spight's 
Chaucer's Works. Re-edited bv 
Fredk. J. Furnivall 1875 



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17. Supplementary Canterbury Tales 

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Liber de Illustribus Henricis. 

Chartularics of S. Mary's, Dublin. 
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Edivards, the Book of Hyde, 
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Seventh, 
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III.— Hen. Vll. 
Gervase of Canterbury. 
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Hardy (T. D.) Catalogue of MSS. on 

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Henry of Huntingdon. 

Henry VII., ^laterials for Hist, of, ed. 

Campbell. 
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Dimock. 
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Annales Monastici. 

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Bichard of Cirencester, Speculum. 

i?/Ze7/,Munimenta Gildhallte Londinensis. 

Chronica Monasterii S. Albani. 

Bishanger, Chronica et Annales, 1259 - 

1307. 
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manniae. 
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Boyal Letters, etc. (temp. Hen. HI.). — 

Shirley. 



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Bohert). 
Shirley, Fasciculi Zizaniorum Johaunis 

Wyclif. 
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Stevenson, French-Enghsh Wars, temp. 

Hen. YI. 
Expulsion of the English from 

Nonnandy. 
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Thomas of Elmham, Historia Monasterii 

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Thorpe (Benj.) Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 
Todd, Invasions of Ireland by Danes, 
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cana. 
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Waurin, Istories de la G. Bretag ne. 

Recueil de Chroniques. 

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William of Malm^sbiiry, Gesta Ponti- 

ficum. 
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Anglicarum. 
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briae. 
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Anglo-Latin Satirical Poets. 

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sticae. j Yol. 

De Compunctione. i 
Ad Stagirium a daemone vexatum. Yol. 

Liber de Yirginitate. i 

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contra Anom*os. | 
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chenum. i Yol. 

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Yol. 6. Interpretatio Isaite cap. 1-8, et '' 

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7. Comment, ui S. Matth. Evange- 
listam. 

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Commentarius in S. Pauli Epist. 

ad Romanos. 

10. in S. Pauli Epist. ad 

Corinthos et ad Galatas. 

11. Commentarius in Epist. ad 
Ephesios usque ad Epist. ad 
Philemonem. 

12. Homihie in Epist. ad Hebraeos. 
Homihae Yariae. 

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adoniata. 
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tributa. 
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Navarette's Account of China. 
Baumgarten's Travels through 

Egypt, Arabia, Palestine, and 

Syria. 
Brewer and Herckemann's Voyage 

to Chih, 1642-43. 
Candidius's Description of Formosa 

and Japan. 
Monck's Voyage to Greenland, 

1619-20. 
Beauplan's Description of Ukraine. 
Angelo and Carli's Vova2;e to Congo, 

1666-67. 
Merolla's Voyage to Congo, 1682. 
Sir T. Eoe's Embassy to Great 

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Nieuhoff's Voyage to Brazil and 

East Indies. 
Captain John Smith's Travels, etc., 

in Europe, Asia, Africa, and 

America, 1593-1629. 
Journals of Sailors in Greenland 

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Lamothe le Vayer's Account of Ice- 
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Backhoff and Wagener's Voyage to 

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Borri's Account of Cocliin China. 
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Sir W. Monson's Naval Tracts, 6 

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Gargilius Martialis de Arboribus 
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Sallustii Histor. Fragm. 

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Phaedri Fabula? Novse. 

Boethii Opuscula Duo. 

Cassiodori Supplementum. 

Epigrammata Veterum. 

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Pelham's Account of Preservation 
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Merin's Description of Mines of 
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Ten Rhyne's Account of the Cape 
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Bolland's Draught of Straits of 
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Herrera's Discovery of America, and 
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Gatonbe's Account of Lancaster's 
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Everard's Three Years' Suffering in 
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Description of the Mosquito King- 
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Lord's Discovery of the Banians 
and Parsees. 

May's Preservation of Ship * Terra 
Nova.' 

Account of King of Mocha. 

Sir P. Skippon's Journey through 
Netherlands, Germany, etc. 

Supplement to Navarette's Account 
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General Index. 

Locke's Catalogue and Character of 
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Isa?i Oratio de Hereditate Cleonymi. 
Themistii Oratio in Vituperatores 

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Porphyrius ad Marcellam. 
Philo Judjeus de Cophini Festo. 
Philo de Honorandis Parentibus. 
Philo, QufEstiones in Exodum. 
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Salomonis. 
Anonymi Scholia in Matthaeum et 

Marcmn. 
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Magni. 
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De Re Medica ; Historise Romanae 

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Ars Dom. Bonifacii Arcli. et 
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Lexicon Vetus. 
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Canticorum. 
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Johannem. 
Heremiii Comment, ad Metapliysica 

Aristotelis. 
G. Phrantzfe Chronicon Parvum 
Rerum sui Temporis. 
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13. 14. Mariner's Tonga Islands. 
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17. Roberts's Narrative. 

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23. Lockliart, Life of Burns. 

24. 25. Bell, Life ofMarvQ. of Scots. 

26. Wrangham, The Pleiad. 

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Emope. 
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49. Trueba, Life of Cortes. 

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53, 54. Carrick, Life of Wallace. 
55, 56. Chambers, Life of James I. 
57, 58, 59. (2 pts.) , Bourriemie, 

Memoirs of Napoleon. 
60, 61. Keightley, Greek War of 
Independence. 

62, Trueba, Conquest of Peru. 

63, 64. Sutherland, Knights of 
Malta. 

65. St. John, Residence- m Nor- 
mandy. 

66, 67. Conway, Switzerland, etc. 
68-71. Wilson, American Oniitlio- 

logy. 

72. Memes, Memoirs of Josephine. 

73, 74. Taylor, Ci^-il Wars of Ireland. 
75, 76. Brown's Book of Butterflies. 



77. Mudie, Guide to Nature. 
CoNSTANTiN (M. de) Recueil de Voyages qui ont ser^-i a I'etabhssement de la Compagnie 

des Indes Orientales de la Hollande, 10 vol. 12mo Bojlch, 1725 

Vol. 1-2. Trois Voyages par le No'rd de , Vol. 3. Van Noort, Voyages autour du 



W. Barentz, 1594-95-96. 
Descr. de Siberie. 
ler Voyage aux Indes Orientales 

par Molenaar, etc., 1595-97. 
2nde Vovage par Van Neck, Van 

Warwyk, etc., 1598-1600. 
Voyage de cinque vaisseaux au Detr. 

de Magellan, par Mahu, 1598- 

1600. 



Monde. 1598-1604. 
Divers Memoires touchant les Indes 

Orientales. 
Vander Hagen, ler Vovage aux 

I. 0. 1599-1601. 
Van Neck, Voyage au Royaume 

d'Achin, 1600-1. 
Harmansen, Voyage aux 1. 0. 1601-3. 
Van Veen, Voy. aux I. 0. 1602-4. 



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C'oNSTANTiN (M. cle) — Continued. 

Vol. 4, Spilberg, ler Voyage aux I. 0. ' 

1601-4. I 

Descr. de I'lsle Grand Java, par I Vol 

Pontaiius. i 

Van Warwyk et de Weert, Voyage 

aux I. 0. par la Comp. d'Octroi, 

1602-6. i 

Vol. 5, 6. Vander Hagen, 2nde Vovage, \ 

1603-8. " I 

Matelief, Voy. aux I. 0. 1605-8. ' 
Van Caerden, 2nde Voyage, 1606 1). 
Vol. 7. Verlioeven, Voy. aux I. 0., au 

Japon, etc., 1607-11. 
Mem. toucliant Banda, Borneo, etc. j 
Vander Broeck, Voy. au Cape Vert, 

Angola, I. 0., etc., 1605-1680. 
Vol. 8. Spilberg, 2nde Voyage aux Isles 

Moluques, etc., 1614-16. 
Lemaire et Scliouten, Navigation 

Australe, 1615-17. 

Corpus Poetarum Latinorum uno voluniine absolutum, 
catione breviss., etc., etc., ed. G. E. Weber, large 8vo 



Ysbrantz Van Hoorn, ^'oyage aux 

I. 0., 1618-25. 
9, 10. Lbermite et Schapenliani, 

Voy. aux I. 0. par les Detr. de 

Magellan, 1623-26. 
Madriga, Descr. du Gouvernement 

de Perou. 
Van Recliteren, Voy. aux I. 0. et a 

la Chine, 1628-33. 
Hagenaar, Voy. aux I. 0. 1631-88. 
Caron, Description de TEnipirc du 

Japon. 
Gysbertz, Hist, d'un Persecution des 

Chretiens du Japon. 
Crammer, Relation de la Visite 

du Dairo a I'Emp. du Japon, 

1626. 
Campen, sur le Commerce du Japon. 
Prise de Formosa par les Chinois. 



Lucretiiis. 

Catullus. 

Virgilius. 

Horatius. 

Tibullus. 

Propertius. 

Ovidius. 

Gratius Faliscus. 

Manilius. 

Phaedrus. 

Calpurnius. 

Persius. 

Lucanus. 

Valerius Flaccus. 



Silius Italicus. 

Statius. 

Martialis. 

Sulpicia. 

Juvenalis. 

Serenus Samonicus. 

Nemesianus. 

Catonis Disticha. 

Avianus. 

Ausonius. 

Claudianus. 

Numatianus. 

Merobaudes. 

Priscianus. 



cum varietate lectionis et expli- 
Franc. 1883 

APPENDIX. 

Valerius Cato. 

Virgilius, Carmina minora. 

Ovidius, vel Albinovanus, 

Consolatio ad Liviam de 

Morte Drusi. 
Ovidius, Nux, Elegia. 
Sabinus, Epistolte. 
Priapeia. 
Lucilius, 

Bassus, Panegyricus. 
Pervigilium Veneris. 
Lactantius. 
Claudianus, Laudes Her- 

culis. 



D 

Dacheky (L.) Spicilegium, sive Collectio veterum Scriptorum qui in Galliae bibliotliecis 

delituerant, ed. no ra, a De la Barre, 8 vol. fol Par. 1728 

Bee also Mahillon, Vetera Analecta 1 vol. fol. ih. 1728 



Vol. 1. Zachaei Christiani et Apollonii 

Philosoplii Cousultationum libri 

tres. 
Sermo in Natali Domini. 
Tractatus Haimonis, de Corpore et 

Sanguine Domini : aut potius 

Fragmentum Commentarii in 

Epistolam I. ad Corinthios. 
Paschasii Ratberti Abbatis Corbei- 

ensis, Opusculum de Partu Vir- 

ginis. 
Ratramni Monachi Corbeiensis, 

Liber de eo quod Christus ex 

Virgine natus est. 
Ejusdem Libri IV. contra opposita 

Graecorum, PiCclesiam Romanam 

infamantium. 



Vol. 1. ^neae Parisiensis Episcopi, Liber 
adversus Graecos. 

Incerti opusculum de Corpore et San- 
guine Domini. 

Adrevaldi opusculum de Corpore et 
Sanguine Domini, contra Joau- 
nem Scotum. 

Arnulfi Archidiaconi Sagiensis, 
postea Lexoviensis Episcopi, 
Tractatus in Girardum Episcopum 
Engolismensem. 

Anselmi Havelbergensis Episcopi 
Libri tres : I. de variis Christianje 
Religionis formis : alii duo Dis- 
putationum adversus Graecos. 

Bonacursi Vita Haereticorum, hoc 
est Descriptio Hteresium quas 



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1>ACHERY (L.) — continued. 

Catbari profitebantur, et earum ! 

Coufiitatio. 
Vol. 1. Fragineutum Sermonis S. Faus- 

tiiii Episcopi. 
S. Petri Cbrv.sologi Sermones V. 

ill Oratioueui Dominicaiii, ad 

Catecbuineiios. 
Nicetii Episcopi Tractatus de Vigi- 

bis Servonim Dei. 
Ejusdem Tractatus de Psabnodise 

bono. 
S. Isidori Hispalensis Episcopi ad 

Braubum Episcopum Liber de 

Ordiiie Creaturaruni. 
Smaragdi Abbatis, Ordinis S. Bene- 

dicti, Via Eegia. 
Tbeodiilfi Episcopi AureHanensis 

fraginenta Senuoiium abquot. 
Joiije Episcopi Aurebanensis Libri 

tres de Institutioiie laicab. 
Ejusdem OpusciUum de Institutioiie 

Eegia. 
.Sermones V. Selecti Abbonis Mon- 

acbi S. Germani a Pratis. 
Eatberii ex Mouacbo Lobiensi Or- 
dinis S. Benedicti, Episcopi Vero- 

nensis Opera, scil. : 

Volumen Perpeudiculorum, ad 
Hubertum Episcopum Parmen- 
sem ; de contemptu Canonum. 

Conclusio Debberativa Leodii 
Acta. 

Quabtatis Conjectm*a. 

Discordia mter eum et Clericos. 

Apologeticus Liber. 

De clericis sibi rebeUibus. 

De Abbatiola, in qua Monacbis 
Clericos subrogaverat. 

De nuptu cujusdam iUicito. 

Epistolae VI. 

S}iiodica ad Presbyteros suae Dioe- 
ceseos. 

Ejus Itinerarium Eomam eun- 
tis. 

Sermo I. de Quadiagesima. 

Contra Eeprebensores ejus Ser- 
monis. 

Sermones VII. 
Attonis n. Episcopi VerceUensis, 
Opera, scil. 

Capitulare. 

Libellus de Pressuris Ecclesia- 
sticis. 

Epistolie XL 
Sermo sive Sententiae Lanfranci e 

Monacbo Beccensi Arcbiepiscopi 

Cantuariensis. 
S. Anselmi Arcbiepiscopi Cantua- 
riensis, Tractatus Asceticus. 
Isaaci Abbatis SteUae, de Canone 

Missae Epistola ad Joaimem 

Episcopum Pictavensem. 



Vol. 1. Petri Cellensis, Abbatis S. Eemigii 
Eemensis, Tractatus de Disciplina 
Claustrali. 

Nicolai de Clamengiis bber de 
Studio Tbeologico, ad Joamiem 
de Pedemontio Baccalaureum. 

Synodi Cartbaginensis sub Bonifacio 
Episcopo babitje an. 1525. Sessio 
Secmida. 

Excerpt um ex ConcUio Cartba- 
ginensi sub Eeparato Episcopo 
babito ; an. 1535. 

Capitula Tbeodori Arcbiepisc. 
Cantuariens. 

Capitula selecta ex antiqua Cano- 
num Collectione facta in Hibemia 
Sfeculo circiter VIII. 

Adnotatio de S^aiodis. 

Statuta quaedam S. Bonifacii Arcbi- 
episcopi Moguntini et Martyris. 

Collectio Antiqua Canonum Poeni- 
tentiabum. 

Cbrodegangi Episcopi Metensis, 
Eegula Canonicorum. 

Ahytonis Episcopi BasUeensis Capi- 
tulare. 

Statuta Antiqua Abbatiae S. Petri 
Corbeiensis ab Adalardo Abbate 
Scripta. 

Privilegium m ConcUio Senonensi, 
presideute Aldrico Senonensi 
Arcbiepiscopo concessum, de Ab- 
batia S. Eemigii Senonensis ad 
VareUias transferenda. 

Ludo^■ici Pii Imperatoiis Diploma, 
quo Superius Privilegium con- 
firmat. 

Idem confinnat Wenilo Arcbiepi- 
scopus in Concibo Senonensi. 

Responsa Nicolai Papte I. ad con- 
sulta Arduici Arcbiepiscopi Vesun- 
tiouensis. 

Flori Collectio Legum et Canonum. 

Concibum Suessionense, in quo con- 
firmatmn est Privilegium Mona- 
sterio S. Dionysii concessum a B. 
Landerico Episcopo Parisiensi. 

Conventus Pistensis, in quo bona 
Abbatiae S. Germani Autisiodo- 
rensis confirmantur. 

Synodus Viennensis, in qua Prae- 
side Alexandro Arcbiepiscopo lis 
inter duos Abbates sopita est. 

Concibum Romanum Prassidente 
Gregorio Papa V. 

Gesta Synodi Aurebanensis anno 
circ. Mxvii. celebratfB. 

Synodus Atrebatensis a Gerardo 
Cameracensi et Atrebatensi Epi- 
scopo celebrata. 

Concibum Auscense, Praesidente 
Hugoue Cardinab anno 1068. 



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Dacheky (L.) — contimiccl. 

Vol. 1. Concilium apiid Exoldunum anui 
1081. Praeside Hugone Dieiisi, 
A. S. Legato. 

Concilium Corapendiense anni 
1085 in quo Ecclesiam SS. 
Acei et Acheoli Canonicis confert 
Rorico Episcopus Ambianensis. 

In eodem Privilegia Ecclesije SS. 
Cornelii et Cypriani confirmantur 
a Pliilippo I. Francorum Rege. 

Concilium Parisiense Arnii K^in 
quo bona ejusdem Ecclesiae con- 
tirmantur. 

Decreta Urbani Papae II. in Con- 
cilio Nemausensi anni 1096. 

In eodem Concilio terram S. yEgidii 
in Valle Flaviana Odiloni Abbati 
donat Raimundus Comes Tolo- 
sanus. 

Earn Donationem confirmat Ur- 
banus Papa II. 

Concilium Turonense anni 1096 
in quo Urbanus Papa II. decernit 
Abbatem Cormeriacensem bacu- 
lum pastoralem sumere debere ex 
sepulcro B. Martini. 

Concilium Trecense anni 1104 in 
quo approbatur donatio ab Hu- 
gone Trecensi facta Ecclesiae 
Molismensi. 

Idem Concilium eamdem Donatio- 
nem iterum approbat. 

Concilium Losdunense anno 1109 
celebratum a Girardo Episcopo 
Engolismensi. 

Ex Gestis Belvacensis Concilii anni 
1114. 

Concilium Tolosanum, . prsesidente 
•■;!")' Calixto Papa II. aimo 1119. 
'r Addenda Concilio Lateranensi anni 

1179. 
' : ' Antiquiores Consuetudincs Clunia- 
censis Monasterii coUectaB a S. 
:; Udalrico Monacho Benedictino. 
' ! Concilium Avenionense anni 1209. 

Forma juramenti Consulum Montis- 
pessulani. 

Decretum contra Canonicos qui 
Episcopis locum in suis Capitulis 
dare nolunt. 

Narratiuncula de Concilio Latera- 
nensi IV. 

Ejus Concilii Sententia de Terra 
Albigensi. 

Statuta Abbatum Ordinis S. Bene- 
dicti in Provincia Narbonensi, ad 
restaurandam Disciplinam regu- 
larem. 

Concilium Tolosanum anni 1228. 

Statuta Nosocomii Ambianensis. 

Ea confirmat Innocentius Papa 
III. 



Vol. 1. Regula Fratrum et Sororum Noso- 
comii Belvacensis. 
Joannes Papa XXII. ejus Nosocomii 

Statutum quoddam confirmat. 
Joannis Episcopi Belvacensis Litera) 

de Jurisdictione Episcopali in 

idem Nosocomium. 
Statuta, seu Consuetudincs Ecclesiae 

Lugdunensis. 
Concilium Albiense anni 1254. 

Pra°sidente Zoeno Episcopo Ave- 

nionensi, A. S. Legato. 
Statuta Synodi Montispessulani 

anni 1258. Praeside Jacobo 

Arcliiepiscopo Narbonensi. 
Statuta Synodalia Nicolai Gelant, et 

Guillelmi Ma j oris, Episcoporum 

Andegavensium. 
Ordinatio facta anno 1267 per 

Praelatos, pro Clericis conjugatis 

et non conjugatis. 
Concilium Senonense, Praeside Guil- 

lelmo Arcliiepiscopo, celebratum 

Parisiis anno 1350, 
Concilium Senonense anni 1485. 

Preside Tristando de Salazar 

Arcliiepiscopo. 
Vetera Acta ad Concilium Pisanum 

pertinentia, scilicet : 
Cardinalium qui Urbanum VI. 

Papam Romas elegerant, Epistola 

ad Cardinales qui Avenioiie re- 

manserant. 
Cardinalium qui ab Urbano Papa 

VI. desciverant, Epistola ad 

Reges ac Principes. 
Eorumdem Epistola ad Academiam 

Parisiensem. 
Simonis de Brossano, S. R. E. Car- 

dinalis vulgo Mediolanensis, De- 

claratio in Causa Scliismatis, dum 

in extremis ageret. 
Bonifacii Papse IX. Literae ad uni- 

versos Fideles. 
Ejusdem Bulla ad Carolum Regem 

Francorum. 
Alia ejusdem Bulla ad eumdem. 
Narratio de Legatione Avenionem 

missa ab Rege Francorum, post 

Mortem Clementis Papae VII. 
Caroli Regis Francorum Epistobe 

duae ad Collegium Cardinalium, 

qui Avenione morabantur. 
Narratio de Electione Petri de Luna, 

qui se Benedictum nuncupavit, 
Academias Parisiensis Epistola ad 

Benedictum Papam. 
Narratio eorum quae acta sunt 

in Congrcgatione Prajlatorum 

Parisiis. 
Academic Parisiensis Epistola ad 

Carolum Regem. 



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Dachery (L.)—contin}iccl. 

Vol. 1. Studii Colouiensis Epistola ad 
Acadeiniam Parisiensem. 

Academiae Parisiensis Respousio. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Clementem 
Papam VII. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Cardiiiales. 

Caroli Regis Epistola ad Clementem, 
aliam ejusdem Epistolam ad lu- 
trusum continens, 

Academiae Parisiensis Epistola ad 
Cardinales post Mortem demen- 
tis. 

Bonifacii Papje Epistola ad Con- 
silium Regis Fi'aneorum. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Fi'aneorum 
Regem. 

Benedicti XIII. Epistola I. ad Aea- 
demiam Parisiensem. 

Academiffi Parisiensis Epistola ad 
Cardinales. 

Benedicti XIIL altera Epistola ad 
Academiam Parisiensem. 

Narratio et Acta celeberrimse Lega- 
tionis ad Benedictum XIII. niissie 
a Carolo VI. Francoi-um Rege. 

Benedicti XIIL Epistola ad Ducem 
Bituricensem, continens ejusdem 
Epistolam ad Carol um Francorum 
Regem. 

Prima Appellatio Academiae Pari- 
siensis a Benedicto XIIL 

Cancellarii Regis Francorum Oratio 
babita in ConsiUo, ut Obedientia 
Benedicto XIIL subtrahatur, 
donee Cessioni consentiat. 

Cardinalium Epistola ad Carolum 
VI. 

Regis et Avunculorum ejus Literie 
publiee in Parlamento Lectae, 
quibus quid Substractionis Tem- 
pore agendum sit, decemitur. 

Benedicti XIIL Epistola ad Caro- 
lum Regem. 

Conciliiuu Ecclesia? Gallicanfe sta- 
tuit quid erga Exemptos senan- 
dum sit Tempore Substractionis. 

Caroli Regis Francorum Epistola ad 
Cardinales Romae morautes, post 
Mortem Bonifacii Papae. 

Innocentii Papje Epistola ad Aca- 
demiam Parisiensem. 

Caroli Regis Francoi'um Epistola 
ad Gregoiium Papam. 

Ejusdem altera ad eumdem. 

Benedicti XIII. Bulla contra Re- 
gem Francorum, et alios a sua 
Obedientia recedentes, 

Ejusdem altera BuUa in eosdem. 

Epistola utriusque Collegii Cardi- 
nalium ad Academiam Parisien- 
sem, aUam ejusdem ad Carolum 
Legem continens. 



Vol. 1. Liters Neuti-alitatis Cardinalium 

qui Gregorio adliaeserant. 
Caroli Regis Ej)istola ad Regem 

Aragonum. 
Cardinalium qui Benedicto adlijese- 

rant Epistola ad emndtm, quibus 

eum ad Concilium Pisanum 

vocant. 
Eorumdem Liter* ad universos Prre- 

latos, quibus eos ad Concilium 

Pisanum con vocant. 
Cardinalium qui Benedicto adhtese- 

rant Epistola ad eimidem. 
Benedicti Responsio. 
Declaratio Concilii Ecclesife Galli- 

canas contra certos Fautores Bene- 
dicti. 
Narratio de Concilio Pisano. 
De Morte Alexandri Papse, et Elec- 

tione Joamiis XXII. 
ConcUium Pisaniun. 
Lidictio Concilii Provineialis Pro- 

%"inci{e Remensis. 
Vol. 2. Martyrologium vetustissimum S. 

HieronjTni Presbyteri nomine iu- 

signitum. 
Martyrologium a Venerabili Beda 

Heroicis Versibus scriptirm. 
Mart^Tologimn Gellonense, sive S. 

Guillelmi de Deserto, pei-vetus- 

tum. 
Martyrologium Wandalberti Dia- 

coni, cum vaiiis Appendicibus, 
Addidimus ejusdem Poema de 

Creatione Mimdi per Ordinem 

Dieriun sex. 
Ordo Solaris Amii cum Litteris a 

S. Hieronymo superpositis, ad ex- 

plorandum septimauje Diem, et 

Lmije .Etatem investigandam in 

uno quoque die per XIX. annos. 
Passio S. Felicis Tubzocensis Epi- 

scopi, et Mart}-iis. 
Vita S. Medardi Episcopi, et Con- 

fessoris, auctore Fortmiato Pres- 

bytero. 
Actus S. Medardi. 
Vita S. Eligii Episcopi et Confes- 

soris, scripta a S. Audoeno Archi- 

episcopo Rotomagensi. 
Sermo S. Tlieodori Studita de S. 

Bartbolomaeo Apostolo, inter- 

prete Anastasio S. R. E. Biblio- 

tliecario. 
Historia Translationis Corporum SS. 

Ragnoberti et Zenonis, auctore 

Joseph Sacerdote ex CanceUario 

Regis Aquitanorum, Praeceptore 

Ludo^'ici Regis. 
Inventio Sanctorum a Deoderico 

Episcopo Metensi in Italia reper- 

toruni. 



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])achery (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 2. Vita, sive Martyrium Sanctse Eo- 
niaiise ^'irginis et Martyris. Et 
Fundatio ac Dedicatio EcclesitB et 
Coenobii S. Quintini Martyris ad 
Belvacenses Muros. 

Vita Lietberti f]piscopi Cameracen- 
cis, auctore ut qiiidem Aclierio 
videtur, Eodulfo Monacho Mar- 
cianensi, ac deiiide Abbate S. 
Trudonis. 

Vita Hildeburgis Ibriensis Comi- 
tissae. 

Vita et Miracula Sancti Petri de 
Cbavanou, Fundatoris ac primi 
Pra>positi Ecclesiie S. Marise de 
Piperaco in Episcopatu S. Flori 
in Arvernia, Ordinis Clericorum 
Regulariuni S. Augustini • scripta 
a iStepbano ejusdem Ecclesise 
C'anonico Reg. 

Gesta Guillelmi Majoris, sive le 
Maire, Episcopi Andgavensis, ab 
ilDSomet relata. 

Historia Episcoporum Treviren- 
sium, auctore, iit Acberins con- 
jicit, Golscbero Monacbo. 

Cbronicon Episcoporum Metensium, 
a duobus incertis auctoribus con- 
tinuatum. 

Historia Episcoporum Virdunen- 
sium sci'ipta a Bercario Presby- 
tero. Laurentius de Leodio, 
primum in S. Laurentii Leo- 
<liensi Asceterio, deinde in Cceno- 
bio S. Vitoni Virdun. Monacbus 
0. B. continuavit. Item alius 
cujus nomen ignoramus. 

Cbronicon Fontanellense, sive S. 
AVandregesib, cum dupHci Appen- 
dice. 

Cbronicon Monasterii S. Ricbarii 
Centulensis, scriptum ab Hariulfo 
Monacbo. 

Cbronicon Monasterii S. Benigni 
Divionensis, cum Appendice. 

Cbronicon Abbatite Besuensis, auc- 
tore Joanne Monacbo. 

Cbronicon S. Petri Vivi Seno- 
nensis, auctore Clario primum 
Floriacensis, deinde ejus Coenobii 
Monacbo. 

Cbronicon S. Medardi Suessionensis. 

De Temporibus quorumdam Ordi- 
num. 

Genealogia Regum Francorum 
usque ad Dagobertum Jun. Fi- 
bum Hildeberti II. 

Genealogia Carob Magni Regis 
Francorum et Imperatoris. 

Narratio quomodo Regnum Franco- 
rum a Caroli M. Familia ad 
Hugonem Capetum translatum sit. 



Vol. 2. De Posteris Ludovici VI. Regis 
Francorum. 

De Posteris Rollonis I. Normanniae 
Ducis. 

Cbronicon breve Ecclesife S. 
Dionysii, ad Cyclos Pascbales. 

Historia Vizeliacensis Monasterii, 
auctore Hugone Pictavino Notario 
Guillelmi Abbatis. 

Cbronicon Monasterii B. Marire 
Ordinis S. lienedicti apud Moso- 
mura in Dioecesi Remensi, ab 
Adalberone Remensi quondam 
Arcbiepiscopo fundati, cum Ap- 
pendice. 

Historia Praelatorum et Possessio- 
num Ecclesiae B. Mariae de 
Fontanis, a Peregrino ejusdem 
Ecclesiae Abbate. 

Historia Abbatite Condomensis, 
nunc Episcopatus. 

Historia Abbatiae Senoniensis in 
Vosago, Dioecesis Tullensis, auc- 
tore Riclierio ejusdem Asceterii 
Monacbo. 

Historia lundationis Monasterii S. 
Viti in Gladbacb Dioecesis Colo- 
niensis. 

Gesta Abbatum Trudonensium Or- 
dinis S. Benedicti auctore Rodul- 
pbo Abbate ejusdem Monasterii. 

Cbronicon Coenobii Valciodorensis, 
0. S. B. 

Gesta Abbatinn Lobiensium, 0. B. 
auctore Fulcuino Abbate : cum 
Appendicibus. 

Libellus de Gestis Abbatum Gem- 
blacensium, 0. S. B. 

Historia Affligemiensis, cum Con- 
tinuatione. 

Cbronicon Andrensis Monasterii 
0. B. in Dioecesi Morinensi, auctore 
Guillelmo Abbate. 

Brevis Historia Coenobii Viconien- 
sis, Ordinis Canonicorum Regu- 
larium S. Augustini. 

Historia Monasterii Cisoniensis per 
cbartas quasdam selectas. 

Narratio Restaurationis Abbatiae S. ^ 
Martini Tornacensis, auctore Heri- 
manno Abbate ejusdem Mona- 
sterii 0. S. B. 

Cbronicon Casauriense, sive Pis- 
cariensis Coenobii 0. S. B. auctore 
.Toamie Berardi ejusdem Abbatiae 
Monacbo. 
Vol. 3. Cbronicon Guillelmi de Nangis. 

Ejus Cbronici prima Continuatio. 

Continuatio altera. 

Cbronicon breve Barcinonense. 

Cbronicon Nicolai Trivetti Ordinis 
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iKKY (L.j — continued. 

I. 3. Fragmentum Historiae Andega- 
vensis, script® a Fulcone Comite 
Andegavensi. 

Gesta Consilium Andegavensium, 
auctore Monaclio Benedictino 
Majoris-Monasterii. 

Liber de Compositione Castri Am- 
basije, et ipsius Dominorum gestis. 

Genealogias ex Chronicis Hainonen- 
sibus collects, a Balduiuo de 
Avesnis, 
Miscellanea Epistolarum, Diploma- 
turn, &c. 

Epistola Tbeonfe Episcopi ad Lu- 
cianum Praepositmn Cubiculario- 
rum. 

Epistola Potamii ad Atbanasium. 

Epistolae Severi V, 

Hieronymi Epistola ad Constan- 
tium, sive Prologus ejus Opens 
quod inscribebatur Comes. 

Leontii Arelatensis Epistola ad 
Hilariuni Papam. 

Lupi Trecensis Epistola ad Apol- 
linarem Sidonium. 

Testamentum Perpetui Turonensis 
Episcopi. 

Ejusdem Epitapbium. 

Gelasii Papa? Epistola ad Eusticum 
Lugdunensem Episc. 

Anastasii Papae Epistola ad Cblo- 
doveum I. Francorum Regem. 

Episcoporum, ac prnesertim Aviti 
Viemiensis Collatio cum Amauis, 
coram Gundebaldo Burgmidio- 
num Rege. 

Prosperi Regiensis Episcopi, seu 
verius Juliani Pomerii Prologus 
in libros tres de Vita Contempla- 
tiva. 

Symmacbi Papfe Epistola ad X\i- 
tum Yiennensem. 

Fundatio Abbatias Miciacensis, sive 
S. Maximini in pago Aurelianensi, 
a Cblodoveo I. Francorum Rege. 

Facundi Hermianensis Episcopi, 
Epistola in Defensionem trium 
Capitulorum. 

Justi Episcopi Orgelitani ad Sir- 
geum Papam. 

Martini Dumiensis Episcopi Epi- 
stola ad Mironem Huevorum Re- 
gem : sive Prooemium bbri, quern 
inscripsit, Formula ^•itJe lionestae. 

Liciniani Episcopi Epistola ad 
Gregorium Papam I. 

Quiricii Barcinonensis Episcopi 
Epistola ad Hildefonsum Tole- 
tanae Sedis Episcopum. 

Hildefonsi Epistola ad Quiricium. 

Quiricii ad Hildefonsum. 

Hildefonsi ad Quiricium. 



Vol. 3. Idalii Barcionensis Episcopi Epi- 
stola ad Julianum Toletana Sedis 
Episcopum. 

Ejusdem, ad Zuntfredum Narbonen- 
sem Episcopum. 

Pri\-ilegium a Tbeodorico Franco- 
rum Rege Monacliis Dervensibus 
datum. 

Privilegium a Bertoendo Catalau- 
nensi Episcopo iisdem datum. 

Ephibii Abbatis Testamentum. 

Privilegia a Pipino I. Francorum 
Rege MonacLis Figiacensibus 
data. 

Excommunicatio lata ab Arcliiepi- 
scopo quodam Senonensi in PerAa- 
sores Rerum Ecclesiasticaruni. 

Albini Alcuini Epistola 11. ad Galli- 
cellulam. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Fridugisum. 

Ejusdem Prefatio ad Amonem 
Episcopum Saltzburgensem, in 
Expositionem Psalmonim quos 
Poenitentiales et Graduales vocant, 
ac Psalmi cxviii. 

Dungali Reclusi Epistola ad Caro- 
lum-Magnum. 

Praeceptum Ludovici Pii Imperatori>; 
in gratiam Ecclesite S. Juliani 
Brivatensis, quam Berengarius 
comes reaedificaverat. 

PrfBceptum Pipini Aquitaniag Regis, 
quo bona S. JuUano Brivatensi 
collata confirmat. 

Diploma Ludovici Pii ac Lotharii 
Imperatorimi, quo Constitutionem 
Jonse AureHanensis Episcopi pi-o 
instauratione Monasteiii Micia- 
censis confirmant. 

Amalarii Episcopi Epistola ad 
Hieremiam Archiepiscopum Se- 
nonensem. 

Hieremiae ad Amalarium. 

Amalarii ad Jouam Aureliauensem^ 
Episcopum. 

ad Rantgariimi Episc. Novio- 

mensem. 

ad Hettonem Monacbum. 



Amalarii ad Guntardmn. 

de Observatione Quadrage- 

simae. 
Liters Monachonun S. Remigii 

Remensis, quibus societatem 

ineunt cmn Monacliis S. Dionysii 

in Francia. 
Apologeticum Ebbonis Arcliiepiscopi 

Remensis. 
Hincmari Archiepiscopi Remensis 

Epistola ad Carolum Cahnim 

Francorum Regem. 
Lotharii Imp. Pra?ceptum, quo 

Amoloni ArcLiepiscopo Lugdu- 



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Dachery (L.) — continued. 

nensi prsedia quaedam restituun- 

tur. 
Vol. "d. EjiTsdem Confirmatio Fundationis 

Abbatife Grandis-Vallis. 
Ejusdem Prjeceptum, quo Eemigio 

Lugdunensi Archiepiscopo alia 

prfedia restituit. 
Ejusdem Praeceptum, quo eidem 

alia bona restituit, 
Ejusdem Prfficeptum, quo villam 

quamdam Jonre Eduensi Epi- 

scopo restituit. 
Ejusdem Prseceptum, quo S. Petri 

Jurensium Ecclesiam Lugdunensi 

Ecclesiffi confert. 
Ejusdem Prseceptum, quo Savinia- 

cum eidem Ecclesiae confert. 
Ejusdem Praeceptum, quo Nantua- 

dense coenobium eidem Ecclesise 

donat. 
Ejusdem Praeceptum, quo alia eidem 

Ecclesiae donat. 
Angilguini ac Eimuldis ejus con- 

jugis Donationes Ecclesife Am- 

bianensi factae. 
Agilmaro Viennensi Archiepiscopo 

res ablatas Wigericus Comes 

restituere cogitur. 
Privilegia Corbeiae. 

I. Benedicti Papae III. confirmatio 
Privilegiorum Corbeiie. 

II. Praeceptum Caroli Calvi Imp. 
quo privilegia Corbeiae collata 
confirmat. 

III. Caroli Simplicis Praeceptum, in 
eamdem sententiam. 

IV. Cliristopliori Paps, confirmatio 
eorumdem privilegiorum. 

V. Leonis Papae IX. confirmatio 
eorumdem privilegiorum. 

Hactenus Privilegia Corbeiae. 

Caroli Calvi Praecepta varia. 

Ejusdem Praeceptum, quo Pisinia- 
cum Ecclesife Lugdunensi resti- 
tuit. 

Ejusdem Praeceptum, quo Leviam 
eidem Ecclesi® restituit. 

Idem Servum quemdam manumit- 
tit. 

Idem manumissionem confirmat. 

Angilmarus Arcliiepiscopus Vien- 
nensis Mauringo facultatem con- 
dendae Ecclesiae tribuit. 

Jonas Eduensis Episcopus niulta 
Canonicis suis confert. 

Idem fundatam a Tancrado et ab 
Achardo ejus filio dotatam Eccle- 
siam consecrat. 

Acta judicii inter Witfredum Ec- 
clesiae S. Mauricii Viennensis 
Advocatum, ac Sigibcrtum inva- 
sorem. 



Vol. 3. Lotliarii Regis Provinciae Prae- 
cepta varia. 

Ado Viennensis Arcliiepiscopus Ec- 
clesiam Velnensen confirmat 
Ecclesiae S. Eugendi Jurensis. 

Helegrina dotem suam Sisenando 
vendit. 

Prfeceptum Barnoini Archiep. Vien- 
nensis, quo multa confert, aut 
collata confirmat Ecclesias S. 
Teuderii. 

Idem Eatberto facultatem tribuit 
Ecclesiam S. Blandinae instau- 
randi. 

Villam Mantulam Ecclesiffi Vien- 
nensi donat Teutbertus Comes. 

Eidem Comiti villam Mantulam et 
alia praedia usu fructuario possi- 
denda donat Barnoinus Viennensis. 

Helife Hierosolymorum Patriarcliae 
Epistola ad Carolum Calvum Im- 
peratorem, Episcopos ac Nobiles 
Galliarum. 

Praeceptum Carlomanni Francorum 
Eegis in gratiam Monasterii S. 
Polycarpi, in Difficesi Narbonensi. 

Ejusdem Prjeceptum, quo omnia 
qu^B a pr»decessoribus suis Ec- 
clesiae Aurelianensi concessa sunt, 
confirmat. 

Carolus Crassus Imp. confirmat prae- 
ceptum Lotliarii Imp. in gratiam 
Abbatiae Grandis Vallis. 

Privilegium Raganfridi Arcliiepi- 
scopi Viennensis, quo Ecclesiae S, 
Albini in Villa Vogoria bona 
omnia restituit. 

Praeceptum Odonis Francorum Regis 
in gratiam Mon. S. Polycarpi, in 
Dioecesi Narbonensi. 

Privilegium Formosi Papae in gra- 
tiam Mon. S. Teuderii. 

Prjeceptum Ludovici Eegis Burgun- 
diae in gratiam ejusdem Mona- 
sterii. 

Praeceptum Caroli Simplicis Fran- 
corum Eegis in gratiam Mon. S. 
Aniani in Dioecesi Narbonensi. 

Epistola cujusdam Abbatis Mona- 
sterii S. Germani ad Vidonem 
Episcopum Virdunensem, de Hun- 
garis. 

Ejusdem alia Epistola, cur Eccle- 
siae in memoriam Sanctorum Ve- 
teris Testamenti non dedicentur. 

Giiillelmus Dux Aquitanire de- 
cernit, ut mensa Canonicorum 
Brivatensium ablata restituantur. 

Testamentum Herivei Episcopi 
Eduensis, quo bojia non pauca 
Ecclesiae suae confei't. 

Fundatio Capellae S. Juliano dicatae. 



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Dachery (L.)—contiime(l. 

Vol. 3. PraBceptnm Huj^ouis Italiic Rej?is 

et Comitis Proviucia?, quo contir- 

mantur quse Mouasterio S. Teu- 

clerii coUata suiit. 
Leoiiis Pap* VII. Epistola ad Hu- 

gonem Fraiicorum Principem, ac 

S. Martini Turoneusis Abbatem. 
Steplianus Arveriiorum Episcopus 

Liziiiiacum donat Ecclesia? S. 

Juliaiii Brivateiisis. 
Electio S. Maioli in Abbatem Clunia- 

censem, vivente Haymardo Ab- ; 

bate. I 

Conradus Burgimdise Rex Mona- 

sterium Grandis VaUis instaurat. \ 
Lotbarii Fi-aucorum Regis Prsecep- ■ 

turn, in gi-atiani Monasterii SS. 

Micbaebs atque Gennani. 
Duello probatur Ecclesiam S. Sa- 

tm-nini Monasterio Belliloeensi 

attribui debere. 
Stepbamis Arvernorum Episcopus 

Ecclesiam Liziniacensem pro XII. 

Canonicis fundat. 
Gaufiidus cui cognomen Grisea- 

guneUa, Andegavorum Comes, 

Monacbos in Ecclesia S. Albini 

constituit. 
Lotbarii Franconnn Regis Prjpcep- 

tum, quo bona ^lonasterio Gran- [ 

dis-Vallis collata confirmat. 
Rainaldus ebgitur in Abbatum S. j 

Albini Andegavensis, ^"iYente 

Gunterio Abbate. 
S. Odilo ebgitur in Abbatem Cluni- 

acensem, ^"ivente S. Maiolo Ab- 
bate. 
Gausbertus ebgitur Episcopus \ 

Caturcensis. 
Conradi Burgundia? Regis Praecep- : 

turn, quo varia donat Monasterio 

S. Andrea? Viennensis. 
Rodulfi Burgundiae Regis Pra?cep- 

tum, quo confirmat qua? eidem 

Monasterio pater suus donavei'at. 
S. Odilonis Abbatis Clmiiaeensis 

Epistola ad Paternum Abbatem | 

S. Joaimis Pinnatensis. 
Joannis Papas IX. Epistola ad S. 

Odilonem. 
S. Odilonis Epistola ad Garsiam 

Regem Navarrse. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Matronam 

quamdam. ■ 

Monacbi cujusdam Epistola ad 

Monacbos S. Benigni Di^•ionen- ; 

sis. ' 

Constitutio Monacliorum S. Andrea? 

Viennensis, qua sibi fui'tum uten- 

sibum interdicunt. 
Gasto Bearnensis Vicecomes filiam . 

suam Guillelmam Sancio Regis I 



Castella} fibo in matrimonimn 
dare spoudet. 
Vol. 3. Pontius Arcbiepiscopus Arelaten- 
sis Indulgentias concedit in Dedi- 
catione Ecclesiae, et confinnat 
Prixilegia Monasterio Montis- 
Majoris concessa a Summis Pou- 
tificibus. 

Heldebertus Episcopus Avenionen- 
sis ac Rostagnus non pauca donant 
Monasterio S. Andrew. 

Eidem bononim suorum partem 
donant Giruinus et uxor ejus 
Constantia. 

Poncius Gabalorum ac Foresii Comes 
Ecclesiam Canonicorum Cobden- 
sium fundat. 

S. Henricus Alemannorum Rex, 
postmodum Imperator Episcopo 
et Abbati S. Micbaebs in Por- 
cariana, bona omnia et jui'a sua 
confirmat. 

Ricbardus Marcbio Xonnannia? 
multa confert Ecclesije Carnu- 
tensi, ut damna quae ilb intulerat, 
resarciret. 

Rodulfus Burgundiae Rex, quae 
]\Ionasterio S. Andreae Viennensis 
a parentibus suis Conrado ac 
JNIatbilde data fuerant, confir- 
mat. 

Fulberti Episcopi Camutensis Epi- 
stola de bonis Ecclesiarum, ac 
rebus sacris. 

Dos facta in consecratione Ecclesi® 
8. Martini in monte Andaone. 

Ermengardis Regina Burgundiae 
Ecclesiam S. Joaimis donat Mon- 
asterio S. Andreae Viemiensis, 

Eidem Monasterio de Regabbus 
donat Gubebuus Burgimdi« Dux. 

Leudegarius Arcbiepiscopus Vien- 
nensis, Monacbis S. Andreae, ne 
quid e rebus Obedientianim sibi 
commissarum usurpent, probibit. 

Xomiulla e bonis ejusdem Mona- 
sterii Wagoni et uxori ejus bene- 
ficii loco, in Conventu Procerum 
conceduntur. 

Ricbardi Normannorum Ducis 
donatio propter nuptias Adelje 
facta. 

Borcardius Comes nonnulla donat 
Monasterio S. Andreae Viennensis. 

Odo Comes Palatinus Francormu 
Regis, Yvdgo Campaniae Comes, 
Ecclesiam S. Martini Spamacen- 
sis fundat, in Dioecesi Remensi. 

Testamentum Guifredi Comitis Cor- 
ritanensis. 

W'alterius ebgitur Abbas S. Albini 
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Dachery (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Nequis Monetam Viennensem 
adulteret vetat Adelais Marchio- 
iiissa. 

Statuta antiqua Angliae, in quibus 
totius Kegni Comitia ordinantur. 

Gregorii Papas VI. Literae ad Uni- 
verses Fideles, quibus eos ut indi- 
genti Eomanffi Ecclesise subve- 
niant, liortatur. 

Dotem conjugi suae Ingae dat Ilde- 
brandus Longobardus. 

Henricus I. Francorum Rex Fiscum 
Vnigradum immunem Ecclesias 
Carnutensi concedit. 

Leonis Papae IX. Epistola ad Fran- 
cos, qua eos ut sui Apostoli Remi- 
gii Remensis festum celebrent, 
hortatur. 

Eainaldus Burgundiae Comes I. 
Marascalciam et Canariam Ec- 
clesiae Bisuntinas remittit in villa 
Cussiaco. 

FroUanti Episcopi Silvanectensi 
Epistola ad Berengarium. 

Berengarii Epistola ad Ricardum. 

Confirniantur dona Ecclesiae Roto- 
magensi S. Audoeni facta. 

Fundatio Abbatiae BB. Martini et 
Wulgani de Siggi, ejusdemque 
traditio Rotomagensi Ecclesiro S. 
Audoeni. 

Henri ci Francorum Regis Diploma, 
quo injustam consuetudinem in 
urbe Aurelianensi abrogat. 

Wimundi e Monacho Abbatiae de 
Cruce S. Leufredi Archiepiscopi 
Aversani, Epistola ad Erfastum, 
de Deo uno et trino. 

Ecclesiam, sive Monasterium S. 
Stephani instaurat Hugo Niver- 
nensis Episcopus, atque ibi Ca- 
nonicos instituit. 

IndulgentiiB conceduntur in conse- 
cratione Ecclesiae S. Marine de 
Correno, cui nonnulla donantur. 

Ecclesiam S. Macbuti, et nonnulla 
donant Majori-Monasterio Eo- 
bertus de 8abullio et uxor ejus 
Hadulsa. 

Ecclesia S. Mariae de Valle conse- 
cratur, ac dotatur a Balda vir- 
gine. 

Alfonsi Hispaniarum Regis Epistola 
ad Hugonem Abbatem Clmiia- 
censem. 

Hugonis Abbatis Cluniacensis Sta- 
tuta in gi'atiam ejusdem Alfonsi. 

Ejusdem Hugonis Statutum in 
gratiam Lamberti Abbatis S. 
Bertini. 

Tlieobaldus Francorum Comes Pala- 
tinus, Odonem filium dat salu- 



taribus aquis abluendum Hugoni 
Abbati Cluniacensi, eique Mona- 
sterio Cossiacum donat. 
Vol. 8. Gervasius Ecclesiam S. Guingua- 
loci dat Majori-Monasterio, amotis 
inde Canonicis. 

Praebendam Ecclesia3 suae confer t 
Monacliis Cluniacensibus Araldus 
Episcopus Carnutensis. 

Gregorii Pap© VII. (aut forte IX. 
ut conjiciebat Baluzius) Epistola 
ad dominos Nigellae et Bovae. 

Heribertus Viromandorum Comes 
jura et libertates Abbatiae S. Prae- 
jecti in urbe S. Quintini asserit. 

Guillelmus Aquitaniae Dux Mona- 
sterium S. Mariae in suburbio 
Pictavensi fundat, in usum Mona- 
chorum Cluniacensium. 

Raginardus in Concilio Augustodu- 
nensi excommunicatus injustam 
consuetudinem dimittit. 

Ecclesiam in castro de Avalone 
donat Monacliis Cluniacensibus 
Hugo Burgundiffi Dux. 

"Wido Matisconensis Comes Mona- 
clium induens non pauca confert 
Monasterio Cluniacensi. 

Guillelmiis Aquitaniae Dux Monetam 
de Niort donat Monasterio Clunia- 
censi. 

Literfe Commendatitiffi Gregorii 
Papae VII. datas Berengario post 
Concilium Romanum. 

Amalricus Miles Majori-Monasterio 
Senicurtem donat. 

Arbertus Miles, ejus uxor et filius 
societatem ineunt cum Monacliis 
S. Andreae Viennensis, ut pio- 
rum operam ipsorum participes 
fiant. 

Emmo et Isabella Monasterio S. 
AndresB Viennensis non pauca 
donant, ob filii susceptionem in 
Monaclium. 

Philippus de Castellione Trecensis 
Episcopus, instituit Canonicos 
Regulares 8. Quintini Belvacensis 
in Ecclesia S. Georgii. 

Raimundus Comes Tolosanus non- 
nulla Monasterio S. Andreae Ave- 
nionensis erogat. 

Testamentum Geraldi de Gordonio 
Caturcensis Episcopi. 

Philippus de CastelHone Trecensis 
Episcopus, prfebendam in Ec- 
clesia Cathedrali, et Ecclesiam S. 
Mariae confert Canonicis Regulari- 
bus 8. Georgii. 

Raimundus Burgundionum Comes, 
Ecclesiae Bisuntinae non pauca 
donat. 



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Dacheby (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Guillelmi Comitis Tolosani et 

Guillemi Comitis Barcinonensis 

Concordia pro castro de Laurago. 
Urbani Papje II. Epistola ad Kai- 

noldum Archiepiscopum Eemen- 

sem, ac Suflfraganeos ejus. 
Eaimundi Galljeciae et Henrici Por- 

tugalliae Comitum Epistola ad 

Hugonem Abbatem Cluniacen- 

sem. 
Abbatiam Hamensem fundat Ingel- 

ranus eamque fundationem con- 

finnat Eobertus Flandris Comes. 
Rainoldi Archiepiscopi Eemensis 

Epistola ad Lambertum Electum 

Atrebatensem. 
Atrebatensium Epistola ad Rainol- 

dum. 
Rainoldi Epistola ad Urbanum Pa- 

pam 11. 
Atrebatensium Epistola ad eumdem. 
Narratio Consecrationis Lamberti 

Romae. 
Urbani 11. Epistola ad Rainoldum. 
Lamberti Epistola ad eumdem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Capitulum 

Ecclesife Remensis. 
Rainoldi Epistola ad Robertum 

Flandrife Comitem. 
Urbani Papae Epistola ad eumdem. 
Hugonis Archiepiscopi Lugdunensis 

Epistola ad eumdem. 
Urbani Papae Epistola ad quosdam 

Abbates. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Gualcberum 

Episcopum Cameracensem. 
Rainoldi Archiepiscopi Remensis 

Epistolae duae ad Lambertum Epi- 
scopum Atrebatensem. 
Urbani Papas Epistola ad eumdem. 
Narratio itmeris Lamberti Clarum- 

montem. 
Urbani Papae Epistola ad Guame- 

rium de Castellione. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Richerium 

Archiepiscopum Senonensem. 
Narratio rehqui itineris Lamberti 

Clarum -montem . 
Urbani Papae Decretum, quo Atre- 

batensi urbi suum Episcopum re- 

stituit. 
Hugonis Archiepiscopi Lugdunensis 

Epistola ad Mathildem Comitis- 

sam. 
G. A. Monachi Cluniacensis Epistola 

ad Petrum Priorem S. Joannis. 
Rainoldi Archiepiscopi Remensis 

Epistolae duae ad Lambertum 

Atrebatensem. 
Charta confraternitatis inter Eccle- 

sias S. Nicolai et S. Laudi Ande- 

gavis. 
II. 



Vol. 3. Canonici Caturcenses nonnulla 
donant Gausberto de Castronovo 
ea lege ut filius canonicum habi- 
tum apud se induat, cum X. 
aetatis annmn attigerit. 

Marbodi Episcopi Redonensis Epi- 
stola ad Hildebertum Cenomanen- 
sem Episcopum. 

Stephani Comitis Camutensis Epi- 
stola ad Adelam uxor em. 

Urbani Papje II. Epistola ad Archi- 
episcopos et Episcopos Franciae. 

Anselmi de Ribodimonte Epistola 
ad Manassem Archiepiscopum 
Remensem. 
S. Anselmi Epistolae. 

I. Epistola I. ad Lanfrancum Ar- 
chiepiscopmn Cantuariensem. 

II. ad Richardum Monachum 
Beccensem. 

III. ad Robertum, Seyt et Edit. 

IV. ad Hugonem Monachum. 

V. ad WiUelmum amicum. 

VI. ad Herbertum Episcopum 
Thiofordensem. 

VII. ad Anselmum nepotem. 

VIII. ad Walterum Cardinalem, 
Apostolicum in Angha Legatum. 

IX. ad Episcopos Hibemite. 
PaschaHs Papae II. Epistola ad 

Archiepiscopos et Episcopos Gal- 
harum. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Daimbertum 
Archiepiscopum Senonensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Lambertum 
Episcopum Atrebatensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Radulphum 
Archiepiscopum Remensem. 

Terram Rumihacum Ecclesiae MoHs- 
mensi donant Hugo Comes Tre- 
censis, et uxor ejus Constantia. 

Adela Viromandensis Comitissa prs- 
bendam S. Quintiui confert Cano- 
nicis Regularibus Belvacensibus. 

Guillelmus Propositus Caturcensis, 
jusjurandum praestat, se personas, 
ac libertates Ecclesiae Caturcensis 
defensurum. 

Guillelmus Vicecomes S. Cyrici non- 
nulla donat Ecclesiae Caturcensi. 

Eadem et alia eidem Ecclesife donat 
Raterius de Belloforte. 

Eidem Ecclesiae nonnulla donat, ac 
filium offert Bernardus Trauca- 
petus. 

GodeMdus Episcopus Ambianensis, 
confirmat quae Lehunensi Mona- 
sterio donata fuerant a Roberto 
Flandrensi Comite, et a Roberto 
Paronensi. 

Canonicorum Ecclesiae Parisiensis 
Epistola ad Paschalem Papam II. 



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Dacheky (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Paschalis Papae II. Epistola ad 

Archiepiscopos et Episcopos Pro- 

vinciarum Eemensis, Senonensis 

ac Turonensis. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Daimbertum 

Archiepiscopum Senonensem. 
Philippiis I. Francorum Eex bona 

Episcoporum Carnutensium vita 

functorum jubet intacta servari. 
Idem decernit Paschalis Papa II. 
Abbatiam S. Trinitatis pro Moni- 

alibus fundat Guillelmus Comes 

Moretonii. 
Henrici IV. Imperatoris Epistolae 

tres ad Hugonem Abbatem Clu- 

niacensem, 
Anonymi Epistola ad eumdem 

Hugonem. 
Henrici Imperatoris Epistola ad 

eumdem Hugonem. 
Hugonis ejusdem Epistola ad 

Pliilippum I. Francorum Eegem. 
Paschalis Papse II. Epistola de 

Legatione S. A. data Girardo 

Engolismensi Episcopo. 
Kaimundus de Banza, et Astorga 

uxor ejus, nonnulla donant, ac 

fihum offerunt Ecclesiae Catur- 

censi. 
Testamentum Humberti Guerilla. 
Theobaldi Stampensis Epistola ad 

Episcopum Lincolniensem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Pharitium 

Habendonensem Abbatem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Margaretam 

Eeginam. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Phihppum 

amicum. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Eoscelnium 

Compendiensem Clericum. 
Henrici Eomanorum Eegis Epistola 

ad Monachos Cluniacenses. 
Hildeberti Cenomanensis Episcopi ac 

deinde Archiepiscopi Turonensis 

Epistolae. 

Epistola I. ad Guillelmum Win- 
cestrensem Episcopum. 

II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. ad Amicos. 

VIII. ad Honorium Papam. 

IX. ad Episcopum, qui sandalia 
miserat. 

X. ad Episcopum quemdam. 

XI. ad Henricum Anglorum Eeg. 

XII. XIII. XIV. XV. XVI. XVII. 
ad diversos, 

XVIII. XIX. XX. XXI. ad Inno- 
centium Papam II. 

XXII. ad amicum. 

XXIII. ad Eanulfum Dunelmen- 
sem Episcopum, 

XXIV. ad Algarum Priorem 
S. Cuthberti. 



Vol. 3. Societatem cum Monachis Clunia- 
censibus ineunt Episcopus et 
Canonici Ecclesias Aurelianensis. 

Pactum initum inter Guillelmum 
Montispessulani Dominum, et 
Bertrandum de Andusia pro in- 
eundo matrimonio filii et filiae 
ipsorum. 

Helias Cenomanensis Comes non- 
nulla donat Monasterio S. Petri 
de Cultura. 

Baldricus Dolensis Episcopus con- 
firmat Monasterio S. Florentii 
bona, quffi in sua Dioecesi sita 
sunt. 

Paschahs Papae II. Epistola ad 
Guidonem Archiepiscopum Vien- 
nensem. 

Monasterio S. Pontii Tomeriarum 
nonnulla donat Bemardus de 
Minerba. 

Testamentum Eaimundi Comitis 
Melgoriensis, 

Matrimonium initum inter Gaufre 
dum de Eossilione, et Ermen- 
garden filiam Bernardi Vice- 
comitis Biterrensis. 

Epistola Encyclica Monachorum 
Burgidolensis Abbatiie, vitam, 
librosque Hervaji continens. 

Epistola Encyclica Monachorum 
Casalis-Benedicti, Andre® Abba- 
tis vitam continens. 

Paschalis Papae II. Epistola ad 
Clerum et Populum Atrebatensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Lambertum 
Episcopum Atrebatensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad duodecira 
Arbitros. 

Baldricus Noviomensis Episcopus, 
Lehunensi Monasterio confirmat, 
quae eidem a Bosone milite resti- 
tuta sunt. 

Quae eidem Monasterio ab Otberto 
Prasposito donata sunt, confirmat 
Godefridus Episcopus Ambia- 
nensis. 

Ernulfi Monachi Benedictini, postea 
Eoffensis Episcopi, Epistola ad 
Walchelinum Episcopum Wenta- 
num. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Lambertum. 

Epistola Frederici Archiepiscopi 
Coloniensis ad Brunonem Archi- 
episcopum Trevirensem. 

Eoberto de Arbricellis varii varia 
donant. 

Eidem locum qui in Hylva Caduni 
dicitur Salvitas, donat Guillelmus 

. Episcopus Petragoricensis. 

Eidem nonnulla donat Guillelmus 
de Birontio. 



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Dachery (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Superiora omnia dona in Gerar- 
dum de Salis transfert Robertus 
de Arbricellis. 
Item Donatio Guillelmi de Biron. 
Item Donatio Ainardi de Bainaco. 
Item Donatio Iterii de Moysidano. 
Item Donatio Amaldi de Monte- 

Incenso. 
Item Donatio Ebrardi de Made- 

lano. 
Confirmatio Donationmn ab Guil- 
lebno Petragoricensi Episcopo 
facta. 
Pri\Tlegium Clmiiacensibus Mona- 
chis coneedit Ludovicus VI. Fran- 
corum Rex : idem confirmat 
Philippus IV. 
Litem inter Episcopum Basileen- 
sem, ac Monachos S. Blasii diri- 
mmit Gregorius Presbjier Cardi- 
nalis, ac Pontius Abbas Clmiia- 
censis. 
CaUisti Papae II. Epistola ad Ludo- 

vicum VI. Francorum Regem. 
Ludo^•ici VI. Epistola ad Callistum 

II. 
Remissionem Marascaliae et Canariae 
in \'illa Tussiaco, concessmn 
Ecclesiae Bisuntinas, confirmat 
Callistns Papa II. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Gaufridmn 
Camutensem, Joannem Aurelia- 
nensem, et Stephanum Parisien- 
sem Episcopos. 
Honorii Paps EE. Epistola ad 

Canonicos Ecclesiae Turonensis. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Ludo\'icuin 

VI. Francorimi Regem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Alexandrum 
Episcopum, et ad Cleriun Leo- 
diensem. 
Gaufridus Episcopus Camutensis 
eligendi Decani Hcentiam Cano- 
nicis coneedit. 
Canonicos Regulares in Abbatia S. 
Martini Spamacensis instituit 
Tbeobaldus Comes Palatinus, sive 
Campauiae. 
Id institutum confirmat Rainaldus 

Arcbiepiscopus Remensis. 
Ludovicus VI. Francorum Rex Car- 
nutensis Ecclesi^e servos in jure 
pro liberis haberi jubet. 
Idem Leges Pacis Lauduni consti- 

tuit. 
Pactum de futuro matrimonio inter 
Armannum de Omellaz, ac Sibyl- 
lam filiam Petri de Obillone. 
Ludonci VI. Epistola ad Legatum 

Apostolicffi Sedis. 
Cleri Rotomagensis Epistola ad 
Honorium Papam 11. 



Vol. 3. Henrici 11. Anglorum Regis Epi- 
stola ad Innocentinm Papam II. 

Innocentii Papas 11. Epistola ad 
Hugonem Archiepiscopum Roto- 
magensem. 

Canonicorum Petengensium E pistola 
ad Capitulmn Tomacense. 

Rainaldi Archiepiscopi Remensis 
Epistola adRobertum Episcopum 
Tornacensem. 
. Lotbarii Imperatoris Literae in 
causa Innocentii Papae 11. ac 
Petri Leonis. 

Gaufredi de Meduana Epistola ad 
Petrum Abbatem SS. Sergii et 
Bacchi. 

Innocentii Pap® II. Epistola ad 
Petrum Abbatem Cluuiacensem. 

Brevis Narratio rermn quse pertinent 
ad Abbatiam de Mii-atorio. 

Bartbolomaji Episcopi Laudunen- 
sis judicium, quo terra de Cais 
Monacliis Lebmiensibus asseritur 

Abbatiam SS. Facundi et Piimitivi 
Cluniacensi Monasterio donat AI- 
defonsus Hispanise Imperator. 

Hugo Castrinovi Dominus con- 
firmat ea quae Canonicis Regulari- 
bus S. Vincentii in Nemore dona- 
verat. 

Innocentii Papae 11. Epistola ad 
Ludovicum VI. Francorum Re- 
gem. 

Archenbaldi Ecclesias AureHanensis 
Subdecani Epistola ad Henricum 
Arcbiepiscopum Senonensem. 

Gaufridi Episcopi Camutensis Epi- 
stola ad eumdem. 

Innocentii Papae 11. Epistola ad 
Gaufridimi Camutensem, et Ste- 
pbanum Parisiensem Episcopos. 

Ejusdem ad Stepbanum Episcopum 
Parisiensem. 

Stepbani ejusdem Epistola ad Hen- 
ricum Arcbiepiscopum Senonen- 
sem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Gaufridum 
Episcopum Cax'nutensem, Sedis 
Apostolicffi Legatum. 

Henrici Arcbiepiscopi Senonensis 
Epistola ad Stepbanum Episco- 
pum Parisiensem. 

Stepbani ejusdem Epistola ad eum- 
dem Henricum. 

Gaufridi Episcopi Camutensis Epi- 
stola ad Stepbanum Parisiensem 
Episcopum. 

Abbatum et Clericorum Parisien- 
sium Epistola ad Innocentium 
Papam IE. 

Incerti Epistolae duae ad Stephanum 
Episcopiun Parisiensem. 

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Dacheby (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 8. Gaufridi Episcopi Camutensis 
Epistola ad eumdem. 
S. Bernardi Epistola ad Gaufridum 

Abbatem S. Medardi. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Eainaldum 

Abbatem. 
(}aufridi Episcopi Catalaxinensis 
Epistola ad Stephanum Episco- 
pum Parisiensem. 
Ejusdem Stepliani Epistola ad Hen- 
ricum Archiepiscopum Senonen- 
sem, ut quidem videtur. 
Innocentii Papae II. Epistola ad 
Alvisum Aquiciiictinum Abbatem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Kememsem 

ac Senoiiensem Arcliiepiscopos. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Gaufridum 
Carnutensem, ' ac Stephanum 
Parisiensem Episcopos. 
Canonicos Eegulares in Ecclesia S. 
Martini instituit, ac jura Ambia- 
nensis Decani confirmat Guarinus 
Episcopus Ambianensis. 
Hugo Episcopus Autisiodorensis 
complurium Ecclesiarum decimas 
Canonicis suis concedit, ea lege, 
ut tota Quadragesima communiter 
comedant. 
Quae Abbatiffi Caricampi collata 
sunt, confirmant Theodericus 
Ambianensis, ac Milo Morinorum 
Episcopi. 
Petrus Venerabilis Abbas Clunia- 
censis, pro Eodulfo de Perrona 
benefactore ordinat Missas ac 
preces tum Cluniaci, tum in toto 
Ordine celebrandas. 
S. Bernardi Epistola ad Innocen- 

tium Papam II. 
Caslestini Papae II. Epistola ad 

Monachos Cluniacenses. 

Ludovicus VII. Francorum Eex, 

Moniabbus Hederensis Abbati® 

decimam concedit panis ad Curiam 

suam allati dum Parisiis moratur. 

Ecclesiam S. Martini in Abbatiam 

promovet Theodericus Episcopus 

Ambianensis. 

Eugenii Papae III. Epistola ad 

Clerum et Populum Tornacensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Ludovicum 

VII. Francorum Eegem. 
Guillelmi Domini Montispessulani 

Testamentum. 
Gualteri Abbatis S. Martini Laudu- 
nensis Epistola ad Gerauldum 
Episcopum Tornacensem. 
A. Abbatis Eversamensis Epistola 

ad eumdem. 
Incerti Epistola ad Magistrum 

Mihtiae Templi. 
Henricus Episcopus Trecensis S. 



Bemardum, et Clarevallenses 
Monachos mittit in possessionem 
Bullencuriae. 
Vol. 3. Narratio fundationis Ecclesiae S. 
Bartholomaei in pago Alniensi. 

Godefrido Lingonensi Episcopo 
ablata ab Odone Burgundiae 
Duce, restitui jubet Ludovicus 
VII. Francorum Eex. 

Henrici Huntindonensis Epistola de 
contemptu mundi ad Walterum. 

Arnulfi Lexoviensis Episcopi Sermo 
in Annuntiatione B. Marine. 

Ejusdem Epistolae XIII. 

Ejusdem fragmentum Sermonis. 

Gaufredus Episcopus Avenionensis 
litem inter Episcopum Cabellion- 
ensem, ac Monachos S. Andreae 
dirimit. 

Geraldi Episcopi Caturcensis Epi- 
stola ad Fredericum Imperato- 
rem. 

Gualteri de Mauritania Episcopi 
Laudunensis Epistola. 

I. ad Guillelmum Monachum. 

II. ad Universos fideles. 

III. ad Magistrum Theodericum. 

IV. ad Magistrum Albericum. 

V. ad Petrum Abaelardum. 
Donatio propter nuptias a Guillelmo 

Montispessulani Domino facta 
Mathildi sorori Ducis Burgundiae. 

Hugonis Abbatis Cluniacensis Epi- 
stola ad Fredericum Imperatorem. 

Testamentum Guillelmi de Tortosa. 

Ludovicus VI. Francorum Eex liber- 
tates confert Episcopo et Ecclesiae 
Laudunensi. 

Philippi Abbatis de Eleemosyna 
Epistola ad Alexandrum Papam 
III. 

Laurentii Abbatis Westmonasterien- 
sis Epistola ad Alienorem Angliae 
Eeginam. 

Alienoris Anglorum Eeginae Epistola 
ad Alexandrum Papam III. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Hyacinthum 
Cardinalem. 

Odonis Canonici Eegularis Epi- 
stolae VII. ad di versos. 

Quidquid de Capiceria Parisiensi, 
sede Episcopali vacante percipi- 
ebat, Monialibus Hederensibus 
donat Ludo%'icus VII. Francorum 
Eex. 

Frederici Imperatoris Epistola ad 
Comitem Suessionensem. 

Joannes Martini se ac liberos tradi"^ 
Girardo Comiti Euscinonensi. 

Frederici Imperatoris Epistola ad 
Nicolaum P]piscopum Cameracen- 
sem. 



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Dacheby (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Guillelmus de Rocamaura ac 
Petrus ejusfraternomiuUa donant 
Monastex'io S. Andreae. 

Alexandri Papse III. Epistola ad 
Henricum Archiepiscopum Re- 
mensem, ac suffraganeos ejus. 

Privilegia Narbonensis Ecclesias con- 
firmat Ludovicus VII. Idem facit 
Pliilippus VI. 

Concordia inita inter Clericos Ec- 
clesife Lugdunensis, et Guigonem 
Comitem Forensem. 

Ildefonsus Aragonum Rex Hugoni 
Comiti Rutenensi Vice-comitatum 
Carlatensem lege Feudi concedit. 

LudoAicus VII. nonnulla donat Fra- 
tribus S. .Joannis de Sebaste. 

Idem approbat donation em Ecclesiaa 
Am-elianensi factam a Manasse 
Episcopo. 

Pactum matrimonii inter GuiUel- 
mum de Turre, ac Sebeliam Arn- 
aldi de Villis-passantis filiam. 

Matrimonium init Arnulfus de ^lon- 
ceaux cum Agnete. 

Cartliusiam Lu\'iniacensem fundat 
Galterus Episcopus Lingonensis. 

Testamentum Guidonis Gueregiati. 

Fundationem Nosocomii Noviomen- 
sis approbat Rainaldus Episco- 
pus, 

Pactum initum inter Ildefonsum 
Aragonum Regem, ac Bernardum 
Atonis Vicecomitem Nemausen- 
sem. 

Petri Abbatis S. Remigii Remensis, 
postea Episcopi Carnutensis, Epi- 
stola ad tres Monachos Cistercien- 
ses. 

Ejusdem altera Epistola ad eorum 
duos. 

Incerti Epistola ad Incertum. 

Donationem ab Isnardo factam Mon- 
asterio S. Andreae confirmat Rai- 
mundus Comes Tolosanus, ac 
Pro\'incia9 Marchio. 

De Eleemospia Comitis Flandriae 
Pbilippi. 

Consuetudines Communis Suessio- 
nensis. 

Lucius Papae III. Canonicis Camu- 
tensibus pluralitatem beneficio- 
rum probibet, ac residentiam prae- 
scribit. 

Jusjurandum Guillelmi ]\Iontispes- 
sulani praestitum Joanni Episcopo 
Magalonensi. 

Pliilippus Episcopus Belvacensis 
Ecclesiam Ursivillarem Lehunen- 
sibus Monacliis concedit. 

Diploma Fundationis Abbatiae Mo- 
nialium Ordinis Cisterciensis in 



Blendeca vulgo Blendeque prope 
Sanctum Audomarum in Artesia, 
ab Desiderio Morinensi Episc. 
confirmatae. 
Vol. 3. Archembaldi de Borbonio pactum 
initum cum Petro de Blot coram 
Henrico Anglorum Rege. 

Urbanus Papae III. domos in Claus- 
tro Ecclesias Carnutensis laicis 
dari, aut locari vetat. 

Guillelmus Montispessulani Domi- 
nus matrimonium contrahit cum 
Agnete. 

Consuetudines Communise Pagen- 
sium Valliaci, Condati, &c. in 
Dicecesi Suessionensi. 

Consuetudines Communiae Torna- 
censis. 

Leges Amicitiae Ariensium in Ar- 
tesia. 

Pbilippus II. Francorum Rex Ec- 
clesiae Eduensis regalia quae usur- 
paverat, Lugdunensi Arcbiepi- 
scopo restituit. 

Donationes a Bertrando Jordano 
factas Monasterio S. Andreae, 
confirmat Raimundus Comes To- 
losanus ac Provincias Marchio. 

Dotalitium ob matrimonium inter 
Guillelmvim Montispessulani Do- 
minum, et Titburgam filiam Rai- 
mundi Atonis. 

Ildefonsus Rex Aragonum Mona- 
sterium S. Marias de Sylva Regali 
fundat. 

Sacramentum fidelitatis Raimundo 
Comiti Tolosano factum a Guil- 
lelmo Montispessulani Domino. 

Sententia divortii inter Galcherum 
de Salinis et M. de Borbonio con- 
sanguineos. 

Alcobaciae Monasterio Monasterium 
Ceicense donat Joamies Portuga- 
liae Rex. 

Pactum matrimonii inter Bernardum 
Comitem Convenarum, et Mariam 
filiam GuiUelmi Domini Montis- 
pessulani. 

Hugo de Gornaco fundat ac dotat 
Abbatiam BeUosanensem, Canoni- 
corum Ordinis Praemonstraten- 
sis. 

Titburga renuntiat pactis matri- 
monialibus, quibus eam adliuc 
infantem parentes sui filio 
Guillelmi Montispessulani dare 
spoponderant. 

Hugo de la Roca filium suum o£fert 
in Ecclesia Caturcensi. 

Epistola Praelatorum Normanniae 
ad Philippum II. Francorum 
Regem, de Jure Patronatus. 



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Dachery (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 8. Testamentum Guillelmi Montis- 
pessulani Domini. 

Guillelmus de Turre et Guillelma 
matrimonium ineunt. 

Donationes propter nuptias factae 
inter Petrum Aragonum Kegem, 
et Mariam Guillelmi Montispes- 
sulani filiam. 

Maria Aragomim Eegina Montem- 
pessulanum et alia castra Petro 
marito donat. 

Petrus Aragonise Eex Sanciam j&liam 
Eaimundo filio Eaimundi Nar- 
bonae Ducis nuptum dare spondet. 

Stephani Archiepiscopi Cantuarien- 
sis Epistola ad Joannem Anglo- 
rum Eegem. 

Joannis Eegis ad Stepbanum Epi- 
stola. 

Simon Comes Montisfortis C. sol. 
Anniversario AmiciaB matris suae 
assignatos confirmat. 

Jusjurandum quod Noviomensis 
Ecclesise Decanus praestare debet, 
cum recipitur. 

Philippi II. Francorum Eegis 
Constitutio de Jure Patronatus in 
Normannia. 

Ejusdem Constitutio de modo 
tenendi feuda divisa. 

Cbronicon Episcoporum Albigen- 
sium, et Abbatum Castrensium. 

Jura et Consuetudines Civitatis 
Atrebatensis. 

Ecclesias Carnutensi nonnulla donat 
Steplianus de Pertico. 

Hugo de Vers, ac Thomas ejus 
alumnus duas Prsebendas fmidant 
in Ecclesia S. Matthaei de Foil- 
liaco. 

Guillelmi Comitis Forcalquerii, et 
Margaretas ejus uxoris Epistola 
ad Blancham Trecensem Comi- 
tissam Palatinam. 

Montempessulanum Guillelmo de 
Montepessulano donat Petrus 
Aragonum Eex. 

Mariae Aragonum Eeginae. Testa- 
mentum. 

Innocentii Papas III. Epistola II. 
ad Philippum II. Francorum Ee- 
gem. 

Philippi II. Francorum Eegis Lex 
de Crucesignatis. 

Geraldus Amicus a Bertrando Epi- 
scopo Cavellicensi monitus, non- 
nulla Monasterio S. Andrea) re- 
stituit. 

Innocentii Papae III. Epistola ad 
Joannem Anglorum Eegem, qua 
Angliae regnum in feudum recipit. 

Joannis Anglorum Eegis ordina- 



tiones ad tranquillitatem Eegni 
stabiliendam. 
Vol. 3. Institutio Ordinis Vallis-Schola- 
rium. 

Stephani Episcopi No\domensis 
Ordinationes pro Nosocomio ejus- 
dem urbis. 

Ejusdem Prologus ad Eegulam fra- 
tribus ac sororibus ejus Noso- 
comii datam. 

Honorius Papa III. earn Eegulam 
approbat. 

Nosocomii fundationem approbat Ge- 
rardus Episcopus. 

In eodem Nosocomio Presbyteros sex 
degere jubet Willelmus Episco- 
pus. 

Philippus II. litem dirimit inter 
Blancham Trecensem Comitis- 
sam, et Erardum de Brena. 

Cum eodem foedus Eoberti Archi- 
episcopi Eotomagensis. 

Leges pacis initas inter Henricum 
III. Anglorum Eegem ac Ludo- 
■sdcum Philippi Augusti Fran- 
corum Eegis filium. 

Nunonis Sancii Domini Euscinonis 
E dictum pro pace seu treuga ser- 
vanda. 

Philippi II. Francorum Eegis Con- 
stitutio de Judaeis. 

Evrardus Episcopus Ambianenis per- 
sonatus tres in Ecclesia Ambia- 
nensi addit, et eorum reditus ac 
munia praescribit. 

Jacobi de Vitriaco Episcopi Acco- 

■ nensis Epistola ad Honorium Pa- 
pam III. 

Capitula de Interceptionibus Cleri- 
corum adversus Domini Eegis 
Jurisdictionem. 

Testamentum Henrici Comitis Eu- 
tenensis. 

Decani et Capituli Turonensis Epi- 
stola ad Petrum Episcopum Ee- 
donensem. 

Pontius Vicecomes Podemniaci 
matrimonium contrahit cum Ade- 
laide filia Garnerii de Triangulo. 

Leges Communiffi Crispiaci. 

Jauseranna de Medullione vidua, 
Deo se offert, ac nonnulla donat 
Monasterio S. Andreae, 

Jacobus Aragonum Eex pactum init 
cum aliquot Principibus viris, ad 
bellum Saracenis in Insulis Ba- 
learibus inferendum. 

Ejusdem E dictum pro pace et treuga 
servanda. 

Durandus Episcopus Cabillonensis 
litem dirimit inter Episcopum 
Lingonensem, et Comitem Ni- 



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Dachery (L.) — continued. 

vemensem ac Forensem, de prse- 

bendis Tomodorensibus. 
Vol. 3. Litera associationis Monasterii B. 

Joannis in valle Camuteusi, cum 

Monasterio S. Quintini Belva- 

censis. 
Friderici 11, Imperatoris Epistola 

ad Eegem Bobemife. 
Transactio de electione Episcopi 

Majoricarum inter Jacobum Ara- 

gonuni Eegem, ac Episcopum et 

capitidum Barcionense. 
Gregorii Papae IX. Epistolae XIV. 
Ludo\'ici IX. Stabilimentum de 

Judaeis. 
Leges ^"iUJB de Arkes a .Jacobo 

Abbate S. Bertini concessae. 
Pactum matrimonii inter Grimau- 

dum Exucii et GuiUeknam. 
Andrese Hungarije Eegis Epistola 

ad Gregorium Papam IX. 
. Guillelmus Abbas S. Eparchii, quid 

de bonis Monasterio suo a Gml- 

lelmo Sudra et uxore ejus Er- 

mengarda collatis faciendum sit, 

praescribit. 
Humberti Bellijoci, et Guichardi 

ejus filii statuta, quibus liber- 

tates civium BellaBvillae asse- 

runt. 
JuheUi Arcbiepiscopi Turonensis 

Decreta pro Ecclesia Briocensi. 
Fragmentum Chronici Ecclesiae 

Eotomagensis. 
Mauricii Arcbiepiscopi Eotomagensis 

Epistolae V. ad Decanos. 
Gauiiidi Episcopi Ambianensis or- 

dinationes pro Canonicis S. Mat- 

tbffii de FoiUiaco. 
Institutio Monasterii S. Crucis in 

Dioecesi Aptensi. 
Joaima Flandriae et Hannonife 

Comitissa domum Hospitalem 

Insubs fundat. 
Eidem domui leges dant Thomas 

Flandrife et Haimoniae Comes, ac 

Joanna Comitissa. 
Eas leges confirmat Walterus 

Episcopus Tornacensis. 
Concordia inita inter Petrum 

Arcbiepiscopum Eotomagensem, 

et Canonicos S. Mellonis Ponti- 

sarensis. 
Institutio Monasterii B. MariaB de 

Fumis. 
Statutum in Capitulo S. Matthaei 

de Foilliaco factum, ad mores 

reformandos. 
Eaimundus Comes Tolosanus ab 
excommunicatione a FF. Praedi- 
catoribus prolata Episcopos ap- 
peUat. 



Vol. 3. Eidem Sanciam filiam imptum 
dare spondet E. Berengarii Comes 
Provinciae. 

Concordia inita inter Jacobum Ee- 
gem Aragonum et Joannem Epi- 
scopum Magalonensem. 

Ludovicus IX. Francorum Eex 
Cenomaniam et Andega\'iam Car- 
olo fratri Comiti Provinciae dat. 

Pactum initum inter fratres, Hu- 
gonem Episcopum Clarom. Hum- 
bertum Bellijoci, Arbertum de 
Turre, et Hugonem Senescalcum 
Lugdunensem, &c. 

Humbertus BeUijoci Elizabetbam 
fibam, \-iduam Simonis de Luzi, 
Eainaudo de Foresio nuptum 
dat. 

Odonis Episcopi Tusculani Epistola 
ad Innocentium Papam IV. 

H. Episcopi Massiliensis Epistola 
ad eumdem. 

Thomas Episcopus Wratislaviensis 
Monachos Cistercienses constituit 
in Monasterio de Caments. 

Innocentii Papae IV. Epistola ad 
Episcopum, Clerum et Populum 
InsulfB Majoricarum. 

Ejusdem Epistola ab Abbatem 
Monasterii Eegahs. 

.Juramentum civium Parisiensium 
et Academiae Parisiensis. 

Jura et libertates habitantium in 
^-illa de Villereys. 

Statuta ad instaurandam Monasti- 
cam disciplinam in Monasterio S. 
Andreae Avenionensis. 

Eduardi Primogeniti Eegis Anglo- 
rum Literae procuratoriae ad 
contrahendum matiimonium cum 
AHenora sorore Eegis Castellae. 

Alexandri Pap^e IV. Epistola IV. 
adLudovicum Francorum Eegem. 

Ejusdem Epistolae duae ad Praelatos 
Franciae. 

Literae de matrimonio Philippi filii 
S. Ludo^aci et IsabeUis fihae 
Jacobi Eegis Aragonum. 

Ludovicus IX. confirmat judicium 
prolatum ad dirimendam litem 
inter Hugonem jNIarchiae Comi- 
tem, et Petrum Baudrandi. 

Idem confirmat eleemosynam qu» 
distribui solebat tempore Quad- 
ragesimae, ac nonnulla donat 
Domui Dei Parisiensi. 

Idem muHeribus Leprosis de Salceia 
confirmat, quae a proavo suo 
donata fuerant. 

Artaudus de Eossilione Guillelmum 
filium suum emancipat, ac eidem 
CastrumnoYum donat. 



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Pachery (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Eidem alia donat. 

Testamentum Eostagni de Podio 
alto. 

Jacob! Aragonum Kegis testamen- 
tum. 

Acta translationis Brachii S. 
Joamiis-BaptistfB Cistercium. 

Ludovicus IX. Francorum Rex, 
arbiter electus ab Henrico III. 
Angloruni Rege et Magnatibus 
rebellibus, Laudum promulgat. 

Petrus filius Jacobi Aragonum Regis 
Constantiae uxori suse dotem con- 
st! tuit. 

S. Ludovicus Ecclesiam S. Maurici! 
Sylvanectensis fundat. 

Codicillus Rostagni de Podio alto. 

Clemens Papa IV. decernit Henri- 
cum III. Anglorum Regem, et 
filium ejus Eadmundum Regn! 
Siciliae veros nunquam fuisse pos- 
sessores. 

Idem suo et Apostolicse Sedis no- 
mine regnum SicilisB Carolo 
Andegaviffi et Provinciae comiti 
confert. 

Idem confirmat privilegia a praede- 
cessoribus suis Ludovico IX. 
Francorum Regi concessa. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Abbates S. 
Dionysii in Francia, et S. Ger- 
man! a Pratis. 

Ejusdem ad Jacobum Aragonum 
Regis filium. 

Beatricis Reginae Sicili» testamen- 
tum. 

Matrimonium initum per Procura- 
tores inter Fernandum Alfonsi 
Castellae Regis filium et Blancham 
filiam Ludovici IX. Francorum 
Regis. 

Privilegium S. Juliano Brivatensi 
a Carolo Calvo concessum, et a 
Ludovico VII. confirmatum, con- 
firmat Ludovicus IX. 

Lex S. Ludovici de Talliis assi- 
dendis. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Mattliaeum 
Abbatem S. Dionysii in Francia 
et Simonem de Nigella. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Matthaeum 
Abbatem. 

Petri de Condeto Epistola ad 
Priorem Argentolii. 

Philippi III. Francorum Regis 
Epistola ad Matthaeum Abbatem 
ac Simonem de Nigella. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Regni Opti- 
mates. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Matthaeum 
Abbatem ac Simonem de Ni- 
gella. 



Vol. 3. Epistola Petri de Condeto ad The- 
saurarium S. Framboudi. 

Philippi III. Epistola ad Matthaeum 
Abbatem, ac Simonem de Ni- 
gella. 

Epistola Petri de Condeto ad Mat- 
thaeum Abbatem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Priorem Ar- 
gentolii. 

Philippi III. Epistola ad Abbatem 
et Monachos S. Dionysii in 
Francia. 

Matthaei Abbatis ac Simonis de 
Nigella Epistola ad Philippum 
III. 

Philippi III. Epistola ad eosdem. 

Testamentum Robert! de Sorbona. 

Libertates et consuetudines villae 
Ricomago concessae ab Alfonso 
Pictavensi Comite. 

Contractus matrimonii inter San- 
cium filium Regis Alfonsi, et 
Guillelmam fiham Gastonis Vice- 
comitis Bearnensis. 

Testamentum Jacobi Aragonum 
Regis. 

Petrus Electus Lugdunensis fideli- 
tatem Regi exhibet. 

Officialis Parisiensis testatur corpus 
Adae Fourre Militis, qui ob deb- 

• ita non saluta excommunicatus 
fuerat, traditum fuisse Ecclesia- 
stics sepulturae. 

Ludovicus Bellijoci Dominus con- 
firmat libertates ac jura civium 
Tysiacensium, a prjedecessoribus 
statuta. 

Gaufridus de Barro Pauperibus 
Magistris in Theologica Facultate 
studentibus Parisiis donat, quae 
sibi a Roberto de Sorbona collata 
fuerant. 

Girardus Episcopus Eduensis, et 
Joannes Miles Ecclesiam Col- 
legiatam S. Hilarii Sinimuri 
Briennensis fundant. 

Jacobus Jacobi Regis Aragonum 
filius Procuratores constituit ad 
contrahendum matrimonium eum 
Sclarmunda Rogerii Comitis 
Fuxensis filia. 

lidem matrimonium contrahimt. 

Conventiones pro matrimonio con- 
trahendo inter filium primogeni- 
tum Philippi III. Francorum 
Regis, et Joannam filiam Theo- 
bald! Navarras Regis, et Blanchae 
ReginjB. 

Jacobus Aragoniae Rex abdicato 
regno Monasticum habitum in- 
duit. 

Nicolai Papae III. Epistola ad 



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Dachery (L.) — continued. 

Philippum m. Francomm Re- 
gem. 
Vol. 3. Aymarus Archiepiscopus Lug- 
dunensis, jubet more antiquo 
Archiepiscopmn Lugdmiensem et 
Eduensem Episcopum, alterum 
alterius sedem vacantem tenere 
et administrare. 

Processus habitus contra Petrum 
Regem Aragonum. 

Processus depositioiiis contra eum- 
dem. 

Testamentum Philippi III. Fran- 
corum Regis. 

Monasterium FF. Minorum in In- 
sula Majorica fundat Alfonsus 
Aragonum Rex. 

Radulfi Archiepiseopi Lugdunensis, 
et Hugonis Eduensis Episcopi 
ordinationes pro administratione 
Archiepiscopatus et Episcopatus, 
sede vacante. 

Bonifacii Papae YIII. Epistola ad 
Regem Majoricarum. 

GuilleLmus Archiepiscopus Roto- 
magensis, Dominium Regis in 
Normannia ab iuterdicto Hberat. 

Ejusdem ac caeterorum Normanniae 
Praelatorum Epistola de jure 
patronatus ad Philippum IV. 
Francorum Regem. 

Saura Jacobi Majoricarum Regis 
fiha naturaUs, matrimonium con- 
trahit cum Petro Gaucerandi de 
Pmosio. 

Phihppus IX. Francorum Rex, 
omnes Praelatos ac personas Ec- 
clesiasticas Regni sui bona a se 
acquisita quiete tenere jubet, 
modo decimam solvant. 

Idem ob \'ictoiiam in Flandria rela- 
tam, centum libras annuatim 
solvendas tribuit Ecclesiae Car- 
nutensi. 

Idem Ludovico fratri Comitatmn 
Ebroicensem, et ahquot Praeposi- 
turas assignat. 

Margareta de BeUojoco renimtiat 
omnibus bonis Joannis de Cabil- 
lone Autissiodorensis Comitis 
mariti sui, nuper fiato functi. 

Mandata data Petro de Paredo, 
Domino de Cheza, Priori de 
ilenillo, ad Curiam Avenionen- 
sem misso a Phihppo IV. Fran- 
corum Rege. 

Testamentum Sclarmundae Reginae 
Majoricarum, 

Phihppus IV. debita a se contracta 
jubet ad diem praefixum sohi. 

Matrimonium contractum inter 
Ferrandum Jacobi Majoricarum 



Regis filium, et Isabellam fih- 
am Phihppi d'YbeUin, Senescalli 
C\-pri. 
Vol. 3. Sancius Majoricarum Rex confir- 
mat feuduma praedecessoribus suis 
dominis de S. Joanne collatum. 

Servos omnes in domamis suis 
certis quibusdam legibus manu- 
mitti jubet Ludovicus X. Fran- 
corum Rex. 

Idem servos ad hbertatem obtinen- 
dam adigi jubet. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Gazonem 
Episcopum Laudunensem. 

Roberti Archiepiseopi Remensis 
Epistola ad pliu-es Archiepiscopos 
et Episcopos. 

^gidii Archiepiseopi Rotomagensis 
Epistola ad Ludo^-icum X. Fran- 
corum Regem. 

Petri Patriarchae Jerosolymitani, et 
Episcopi Ruteneusis hterae horta- 
toriae ad expeditionem transmari- 
nam. 

Joannis Papae XXII. Epistola ad 
Carolum Comitem Marchiap. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Sancium Re- 
gem Majoricarum. 

Phihppus V. Francorum Rex Alber- 
tum de Roye Conciho Senonensi 
adesse jubet, eique mandata sna 
dat. 

Caroh IV. Francorimi Regis Ordi- 
natio pro expensis Domus Re- 
guiae. 

Idem jubet Rehquias Capellje suae 
Parisiensis expensis Domus Dei 
ad se deferri, ac eidem Domui 
Dei nonnulla donat. 

Idem Ludo\-icum CaroH Comiiis 
Valesia? patrui sui septennem 
fihum emancipat. 

Jacobi Aragonum Regis Epistola ad 
Carolum IV, Francorvma Regem. 

Caroh Regis responsio. 

Concordia inter Jacobum Aragonum 
Regem, et Jacob imi Regem 
Majoricarum. 

Curia Parisiensis declarat, Regem 
in vacationibus Canonicatuum 
Ecclesias Ambianensis jus Rega- 
hum non habere. 

Phihppus VI. Francorum Rex 
praescribit jusjurandum quod 
prffistare debent TabeUiones, 

Idem Bemardum de Moreul Franciae 
Marescallmn jubet dignitati suae 
renuntiare, ut institutionem ac 
regimen Joannis filii sui susci- 
piat. 

Idem Italos Principes hortatur ut 
Romanam Ecclesiam propugnent. 



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Dachery (L.) — continued. 

et haereticos recens exliortos per- 
sequantur. 
Vol. 3. Idem Joanni filio suo primogenito 
emancipato, confert Ducatvim 
Normanniae, et Comitatus Ande 
gaviffi et Cenomanise. 

Joannes Papa XXII. Ludoviciim 
Borbonesii Ducem a jiiramento 
quodam absolvit. 

Idem cum Jacobo de Borbonio 
Ludovici Ducis filio dispensat, ut 
matrimonium in tertio consan- 
guinitatis gradti contrahere pos- 
sit. 

Ludovicus Bavarus Imperator Ludo- 
vico Comiti de Oetingen potesta- 
tem dat negocia quaedam tractandi 
cum Humberto Delfino Vien- 
nensi. 

Idem Humberto regnum Viennense 
confert, 

Joanna renuntiat bonis mobilibus 
ac debitis Philippi Navarrae Eegis 
mariti sui, nuper fato functi. 

dementis Papae VI. Epistolae 
XXXII. 

Ejusdem Bulla contra adulteratores 
monetarum. 

Joannes Francorum Eex Ordinem 
Militum Stellae instituit. 

Idem fundat Ecclesiam Canonico- 
rum S. Audoeni pro dictis Mili- 
tibus, sub nomine Nobilis Domus. 

Eam fundationem confirmat. 

Franciscus de Tuderto Cardinalis 
Episcopus Florentinus, et Inno- 
centii Papas VL Major Poeniten- 
tiarius, Petrum Ducem Borbonesii 
excommunicatum ob debita non 
soluta, post mortem absolvit. 

Joannes Francorum Rex Ludovico 
alteri filiorum Andegaviae et Ce- 
nomanniffi Comitatus confert. 

Urbanus Papa V. cum Ludovico 
Borbonesii Duce et Anna Beraldi 
de Alvernia filia dispensat, ut 
matrimOnium contrahere possint. 

Idem Carolo V. Francorum Regi 
concedit, ut ei Confessor suus in- 
dulgentiam peccatorum omnium 
in mortis articulo possit imper- 
tire. 

Statuta antiquiora Academiae Pari- 
siensis. 

Gregorii Papae XI. Epistola ad 
Guidonem de la Tremoille. 

Idem Carolo V. et successoribus 
ejus concedit, ut Capellam montis 
Calvariae Hierosolymis conferre 
possint. 

Idem Carolo V. ac Joannse Reginae 
concedit, ut ova, lac, butirum, et 



caseum in Quadragesima possint 

comedere. 
Vol. 3. Ejusdem testamentum. 

Carolus V. Francorum Rex Mona- 

sterium Caelestinorum Meduntae 

fundat. 
Pilei de Prata Archiepiscopi Raven- 

natis, S. R. E. Cardinalis, Epi- 
stola ad Ludovicum Flandrias 

Comitem. 
Clemens Papa VII. Regnum Adriae 

instituit ac donat Ludovico Duci 

Andegavensi. 
Acta dispensationis concesste Ga- 

leacio Vicecomiti, et Catliarinae 

fiiiae Barnabovis Vicecomitis, ut 

matrimonium inter se contrahere 

possent. 
dementis Papse VII. Epistolte dusB 

ad Wladislaum Polonum. 
Lvidovicus Rex Hierosolymitanus 

Procuratores instituit ad contra- 

hendum nomine suo matrimonium 

cum Yolanda Joannis Aragonum 

Regis filia. 
Testamentum Andrese de Lucem- 

burgo, Episcopi Cameracensis. 
Testamentum Joannis de Lucem- 

burgo, et uxoris ejus. 
Responsio Praelatorum quos Parisios 

convocaverat Dux Bedfordife, ut 

ab Ecclesiasticis viris eadem sub- 

sidia, quas a Laicis obtineret. 
Praelatorum Ecclesiaa Gallicanae 

Biturigibus congregatorum Epi- 
stola ad Francorum Regem, qua 

petunt se a novo quodam sub- 

sidio liberari. 
Concordia facta inter Caelestinos 

Avenionenses, et Petrum Comitem 

de Lucemburgo. 
Martini Papa; III. sive V. Epistola 

ad Joannem Regem Castellfe. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Carolum VI. 

Francorum Regem. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Mariam Regi- 

nam Francorum. 
Concilii Basileensis Epistola ad 

Monachos Cluniacenses. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Rodericum 

Comitem de Villandrando. 
Idem peeuniam mutuam accipit a 

Joanne Abbate Cisterciensi. 
Eugenius Papa IV. Academiam 

Cadomensem erigit. 
Jani de Campofregoso Januensium 

Ducis, Epistola ad Carolum VII. 

Francorum Regem. 
Caroli VII. Epistola ad Fridericum 

Regem Romanorum. 
Liter® Concilii Basileensis, qui- 

bus Ordini Cisterciensi inti- 



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Dachkry (L.) — continued. 

mantur facta contra Eugenium 
Papam IV. 
Vol. 3. Caroli VII. Franconim Eegis foedus 
cum aliquot Priiicipibus Imperii. 

Xobilis cujusdam Galii Epistola ad 
Eugenium Papam IV. 

Ad eumdem Epistola Caroli VTE. de 
fidelitatis juramento quod sibi 
Pra=lati omnes praestare debent. 

Benedicti de Aurea Classis Franco- 
rum Eegis Capitanei, Epistola ad 
Protectores S. Georgii. 

Caroli VII. Regis Francorum 
Summo Poutifici. 

Ejusdem eidem. 

Ejusdem S. R. E. CardinaUbus. 

Nicolai Papae V. Epistola ad Caro- 
lum VII. Francorum Eegem. 

Propositiones ad dirimendum 
Scbisma tempore Amedei sive 
FeHcis Papse IV. exortum, ac 
pacem Ecclesiae conciKandam. 

Aliae propositiones ad cogendum 
Concilium Generale. 

Mandata a Eege data suis Legatis 
pro pace Ecclesiae concilianda. 

CaroLi VII. Epistola ad Nicolaum 
Papam V. 

Friderici Imperatoris Epistola ad 
Sabaudife JDucem. 

Caroli VII. Epistola ad Cardinalem 
Nicaenum. 

Conclusiones Diaetae AssehafFembur- 
gensis. 

Nicolai Papae V. Epistola ad Guil- 
lelmum Franciae Cancellarium. 

Ejusdem Bulla in Amedeum, qua 
eum omni douiinio Sabaudiaa 
privat. 

Ejusdem Bulla, qua omnia quae 
Schismatis tempore gesta sunt 
nulla esse decernit. 

Friderici Imperatoris Epistola ad 
Carolum VII. Francorum Re- 
gem. 

Nicolai Papae V. Epistola ad eum- 
dem. 

Caroli VII. Epistola ad Sigismun- 
dum Austrife Ducem. 

Nicolai Papfe V. Epistola ad Caro- 
lum vn. 

Magistri Hospitals Jerusalem 
Epistola ad eiundem. 

Oratorum Nicolai Papae V. et Caroli 
VII. tractatus cum Oratoribus 
Amedei, sive Felicis Papae V. 

Oratorum Nicolai Papae V. et Ludo- 
^•ici Delphini Viennensis tractatus 
cum iisdem. 

Decretum Synodi Lausanensis, quo 
abrogat censuras occasione schis- 
matis inflictas. 



Vol. 3. Nicolai Papse V. Epistola ad Caro- 
lum VII. Franconmi Regem. 

Decretum Synodi Lausanensis, quo 
rata esse decernit quae schismatis 
tempore acta sunt. 

Amedei dicti Felicis Papae V. Literae, 
quibus declarat se, tametsi Papa- 
tui renunciet, ea quae sui Papatus 
tempore acta sunt rata esse velle. 

Ejusdem Literae, quibus abrogat 
censuras omnes ratione schismatis 
latas. 

Ejusdem Literae, quibus Electiones, 
privilegia, et caetera id genus a se 
collata, vahtura decernit. 

Jacobi JuvenaUs de Ursinis Epi- 
scopi Picta^'iensis, Epistola ad 
Cameram Computorum Parisien- 
sem. 

Nicolai Papae V. Bulla, qua irritas 
decernit censuras omnes ratione 
schismatis inflictas. 

Caroli VII. Epistola ad Nicolaum V. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad eumdem. 

Guillelmi de Ursinis Franciae Can- 
cellarii Epistola ad eumdem. 

Caroh VII. Epistolae quaedam. 

iEneae Sylvii postea Pii Papae 11. 
Epistola de Fomicatione ad Hip- 
polytum Mediolanensem. 

Nicolai Papas V. Epistola ad Caro- 
lum VII. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Franciscum 
Sfortiam Ducem Mediolanensem. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Carolum VII. 

Caroh VII. Epistola ad Nicolaum V. 

Idem Academiam Cadomensem ab 
Eugenio Papa IV. erectam con- 
firmat. 

Isidori Cardinahs Sabinensis, sive 
Rutenensis Epistola ad universos 
fideles de expugnatione Constan- 
tinopohs. 

Nicolai Papae V. Epistola ad Caro- 
lum VH. 

Friderici Imperatoris Epistola ad 
Carolum Vn. 

CaUisti Papffi III. Epistola ad eum- 
dem. 

Ejusdem Papae Votum. 

S. R. E. Cardinahum Epistola ad 
Carolum VH. 

Caroli VII. Epistola ad Archiepi- 
scopum Moguntinum, Albertum 
Marchionem Brandenburgensem, 
Jacobum Marchionum Badensem, 
ut Uhicum Comitem Wirtembur- 
gensem. 

Ejusdem Epistolae duae ad Callis- 
tum Papam III. 

Calhsti III. Epistola ad Carolima 

vn. 



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Dacheey (L.) — continued. 

Vol. 8. Ladislai Hungariae Eegis Epistola 
ad Callistum Papam III. 

Joannis Cardinalis S. Angeli Epi- 
stola ad eumdem. 

Callisti Papae III. Epistola ad Caro- 
lum VII. 

Joannis de Huniad Epistola ad 
Dionysium Cardinalem Strigo- 
niensem. 

Jacobi Scotiae Eegis Epistola ad 
Carolum VII. 

Philippi Burgundiffi Ducis Epistola 
ad eumdem. 

Christierni Dacias Eegis Epistola 
ad eumdem. 

Henrici IV. Anglorum Eegis Epi- 
stola ad Nicolaum de Cusa S. E. 
E. Cardinalem. 

Joannis Cardinalis S. Angeli Epi- 
stola ad Carolum VII. 

Ludovici Delphini Epistola ad eum- 
dem. 

Caroli VII. Epistola ad Ludovicum 
Delphinum. 

Pii Papae II. Epistola ad Carolum 
VII. 

Nicolai Petit Epistola ad Guillel- 
mum de Ursinis, Franciffi Can- 
cellarium, in qua narrat quae in 
Conventu Mantuano acta sunt. 

Pii Papae II. Oratio habita in Con- 
ventu Mantuano, qua respondet 
Orationi Guillelmi Parisiensis 
Episcopi, Oratoris Eegis Franco- 
rum. 

Oratio Legatorum Eegis Franco - 
rum, habita in Conventu Man- 
tuano. 

Altera Pii PapjB II. Oratio in Con- 
ventu Mantuano, qua respondet 
Oratoribus Eegis Francorum. 

Oratorum Eegis Franciae ad earn 
oration em responsio. 

Pii Papffi II. Epistola ad Carolum 
VII. 

Ejusdem Epistola ad Episcopum 
Atrebatensem, Apostolicae sedis 
Legatum. 

Joannis Godefridi Cardinalis Al- 
biensis Epistola ad Ludovicum 
IX. Francorum Eegem. 

Pii Papffi II. Epistola ad Joannem 
Borbonii Ducem. 



Vol. 3. Pauli PapaB II. Epistola ad Ludo- 
vicum XI. 
Joannis Godefridi, Cardinalis Al- 

biensis Oratio de Promotione 

Joannis Balue ad Cardinalatum. 
Georgii Pogiebracii Boliemiae Eegis 

Epistola ad Mattliiam Corvinum 

Hungariae Eegem. 
Pauli Papae II. Epistola ad Archi- 

episcopum Lugdunensem. 
Joannis Godefridi, Cardinalis Al- 

biensis, Francorum Eegis Oratoris 

ad Henricum Eegem Castellae 

oratio. 
Joannis Borbonii Episcopi Anici- 

ensis, Epistola ad Ludovicum 

XL 
Oratio coram Summo Pontifice et 

Collegio Cardinalium habita 

Eomae in Causa Joannis Balue 

Cardinalis, a Ludovico XL Eege 

Francorum in carcerem missi. 
Bessarionis Cardinalis Epistola ad 

Ludovicum XL 
Ludovici XL Epistola ad Cancel- 

larium, &c. 
Ferdinandi Eegis Siciliae Epistola 

ad Laurentium de Medicis. 
Sixti Papae IV. Epistola ad Ludo- 
vicum XL 
Ferdinandi Siciliae Eegis Epistola 

ad eumdem. 
Ludovici XL responsio. 
Joannis Borbonii Ducis Leges in 

blasphemos lats. 
Joannis de la Grollaye de Villiers, 

Episcopi Lomberiensis, Epistola 

ad Ludovicum XL 
Ludovici XL Epistola ad Cameram 

Computorum. 
Caroli VIII. Epistola ad Cameram 

Computorum. 
Testamentum Joannae Ludovici XL 

Eegis Francorum iilias, ac Du- 

cissae Biturigum. 
Testamentum Margaretae a Lotha- 

ringia uxoris Eenati Ducis de 

AleuQonio. 
Obitus aliquot FranciiB Eegum. 
Petri de Marca Archiepiscopi Tolo- 

sani Epistola ad E. P. Domnum 

Lucam D'Achery Monachum S. 

Benedicti. 



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Vol. 1. 1. Vetustissima Eegum Septent. 
Series. 

2. Genealogia Eegum Anglo- 
Saxonum. 

3. Series triplex Eegum Septent. 
4-13. Catalogi, Genealogia, etc., 

Eegum Daniae. 



Vol. 1. 14. P. Olai Chronica. 

15. Eegum et Gentis Dan. Hist, a 
Dano ad An. 1288. 

16. P. Olai Annales ad An. 1541. 

17. Annales ad an. 1205. 

18. Annales ad an. 1307. 



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Danicabum Rerum Script. — continued. 

Vol. 1. 10. Annales Fratnun Minorum 
Wysbyenses (67-1525). 

20. Chronologia auct. C. Hansfortio 
(687-1448). 

21. Annales Bartholiniani (777- 
1200). 

22. Vita S. Willehadi, ab Anschario 
conscripta. 

23. Legenda de S. Willehadi, lingua 
Saxonica inferiori. 

24. De Ecclesia Bremensi. 

25. Chronologia (821-1300). 

26. Anonymi Chronieum (826- 
11.57). " 

27. Rer. Danic. et Svecic. Chro- 
nologia (826-1415). 

28. Ermoldi NigeUi Narratio Me- 
trica de Baptismo Haraldi (826). 

29. Nomina Regum Daniae (826- 
1171). 

30. Vita S. Anscharii a S. Remberto 
conscripta. 

31. Chronologia Rerum Septen- 
trional. 

32. Gvaldonis Poema de Vita S. 
Anscharii. 

33. Legendae de S. Anschario. 
Vol. 2. 34. Chronicon de Gestis Nor- 

mannorum in Francia (1333- 
1396). 

35. P. Olai Excerpta, Norm. etDan. 
(841-1050). 

36. Breve Chronicon Dan. (841- 
1006). 

37. De Nortmaimormn Gente et 
Princ. 

38. Narratio de Nortmann. Gestis 
circa Paris, tern. Caroh Calvi. 

39. Fragm. vet. Islandicum de Reb. 
Dano-Norveg. 

40. Meginhardi Hist, de Translatio 
S. Alexandri WUdeshns. 

41. Odo, De Dan. in GaUiam Ir- 
ruptione. 

42. Vastatio Monasterii Medesham- 
stede in Angha (a.d. 870). 

43. Frustillimi Annal. Danic. (878- 
940). 

44-5. Legenda, etc., de Sanctis 
Mart^Tibus a Danis et Slavis in- 
terfectis. 

46. Epinikion Teutonicum. 

47. Albon. de obsessa a Normannis 
Lutetia Paris. 

48. Periplus Otheri et "Wulfstani. 

49. Vita S. Remberti. 

50. Fragm. Islandicum Hist. Regmn 
Daniae. 

51-2. Genealog. Reg. et Princip. 

Dan. auct. S. Wilhelmo, etc. 
53. Chronologia Rer. Danic. et 

Svecic. (916-1263). 



Vol. 2. 54. Incerti Auct.Chronicon Dan. 
(936-1317). 

55. Annales Island, ad An. 1313. 

56. Gaufridi (Comit. Andegaven.) 
gesta adv. Danos GaUiam infes- 
tantes. 

57. P. Olai Excerpt, ex Historicis 
Danorum. 

58. Fragment. Island, de Regibua 
Dano-Norv. 

59. T. Gheysmeri Compendium 
Hist. Dan. 

60. Vita S. Odonis, Arch. Cantuar. 

61. Carmen Anglo- Sax. de Bruna- 
bergensi proeho. 

62. Fragmenta 11. Islandica de Re- 
gibus Danorum. 

63. Chronicon Danicum (980-1286). 

64. Vita S. Elphegi. 

65. Sermo Lupi de invasione Dan- 
orum. 

66. Encomium Emm® Reginaa 
Daniae et Anghae. 

67. Necrologium Islando-Norvegi- 
cum vetus. 

68. Chronologia Rerum Memorabi- 
Uum (1020-1323). 

69. Legendae de S. Olavo Rege. 

70. Erici (.Johan.) Chronologia 
(1040-1450). 

71. Chronicon Skibyense. 

72. Incerti Auct. Chronica Dano- 
rum. 

Vol. 8. 73. Annales Island, ad An. 
1341. 

74. Svenonis Aggionis Historia 
Legum Castrensium Reg. Canuti 
Magni. 

75. Chronicon Monast. Rastedensis 
(1059-1463). 

76. Chronicon Regmn Mannias 
(1066-1266). 

77. Nomina Episcop. Septentrional. 

78. Lectiones de Legatione Hel- 
sini Abbatis in Daniam 1067. 

79. Fragment. AnnaUum Dan. 
(1073-1409). 

80. Chronicon Danicum (1074- 
1219). 

81. Liber Daticus Roskildensia 
(1074-1512). 

82. Progenies Regis Svenonis Estri- 
thii in Svecia. 

83. C. Hansfort de Famiha Spraka- 
legum in Dania. 

84. Origo et Gesta Sivardi Ducis 
Northumbriae ejusque filii. 

85. L. Stralii Annales Danici (1084- 
1314). 

86-89. Eulogium, Martyrizatio, 
Historia ^Inothi et Legendae de 
S. Canuto. 



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Danicarum Kerum Script. — continued. 

Vol. 3. 90. Necrologium Liideiise (1085- 
1392). 

91. Liber Daticus Ludensis (1086- 
1391). 

92. Acta S. Ansveri Abbat. Eatze- 
burg. 

93. Fragmenta de S. Halvardo. 

94. De S. Lucio. 

95. Breve Chronicon Dan. (1095- 
1194). 

96. Infelix Svenonis Danici Expedi- 
tio adversus Turcos An. 1097. 

97. Legendaede S.Olavo, S. Kanuto, 
S. Anschario. 

Vol. 4. 98. Historia Sanctorum in Selia. 

99. Annales Danici (1101-1313). 

100, Liber Daticus Ludensis. 
101-4. Vita et de Passione S. Caroli 

Dani Comitis Flandrise. 

105. Ottonis Epis. Bamberg. Legatio 
ex Pomerania in Daniam. 

106. Chronicon Danicum (1130- 
1300). 

107-9. HistoriaB, etc., S. Canuti. 

110. Tabula de Kegibus et Princ. 
Eingstadii Sepultis. 

111. Annales Danici (1131-1335). 
112-14. Calendarium Obituarium et 

Liber Doantionum Monast. P. 
Nestvediensis. 

115. Fmidatio Monast. Lysensis in 
Norvegia. 

116. Commentariolus de Coenobiis 
Norvegiae. 

117. Iter Hierosolymitanum Svenon. 
Episc. Viburg. et fratris ejus. 

118. Vita et Miracula S. Ketilli. 

119. Vita S. Vicelini. 

120. Fundatio Monast. Vitas Scholte 
in Jutia. 

121-2. Liber Donationum, etc., 
Monast. Sorensis. 

123. Necrologium Monast. Loci Dei. 

124. Sveci Chronicon (1160-1320). 

125. De S. Erico Eege Svecias. 

126. Annotata Chronologica. 

127. De S. Thorlaco Episc. Skalliol- 
tensi. 

Vol. 5. 128. Chronologia Eerum Sep- 
tentrional. 

129. Exordium Monasterii Cora 
Insula. 

130. De Translatione S. Margaretae 
Eoskildensis. 

131. De Vita Beati Nicolai Arusien- 
sis. 

132. Theodoricus de Antiquitate 
Eegum Norwagensium. 

133. De Profectione Danorum in 
Terram Sanctam. 

134. Excerpta e visionibus Gode- 
schalci No"simonast. 



Vol. 5. 185. Encjenia templi Gumlosani 
A.D. 1191, celebrata. 

136. Narr. de Monast. S. Michaelis 
et Monast. Aurese Insulre. 

137. Excerp. ex Necrologio S. 
Michaelis in Luneburg. 

138. Fragmenta III. Necrologica 
Norvegias. 

139. Necrologium Hamburgense. 

140. EpitaphiaWaldemaril., Canuti 
VI., et Erici Sancti. 

141. Testamentum Absolonis Ar- 
chiep. Ludensis. 

142. Annales Danici Sorani (1212- 
1347). 

143. Wilhelmi Abbat. Vita. 

144. Chronicon Suecicum (1208- 
1440). 

145. Chronicon Danicum (1214 - 
1252). 

146. Historia Ordinis Praedicatorum 
in Dania (1216-1246). 

147. Fines sen Termini inter Mari- 
titimas et Hariam seu Terram 
Eegis. 

148. Annales Slesvico-Holsatenses 
(1227-1546). 

149. Historia Ordinis Frairum Min. 
in Dania. 

150. Chronicon Danicum (1241- 
1410). 

151. Necrologium Eipense. 
152-3. Chronica Danica (1249- 

1265 et 1249-1290). 

154. Narr. de Episcopatu Curonien. 
1250. 

155. Vita Gunneri Episc. Viberg. 

156. Historia Mirabilium in Eccles. 
P. Slesvici fact. 

157. Processus litis inter Christo- 
phorum I. et J. Erlandi. 

158. Chronicon Danicum (1200- 
1286). 

159. Fragm. Enumerationis Ter- 
ritor. Danias. 

160. Navigatio ex Dania par Mare 
Occident, orientem versus 1270. 

161. Excerp. ex Annal. Dan. (1274- 
1410). 

162. Chronicon Danicum (1274- 
1497). 

163. Eegula B. Augustini cum Sta- 
tutis Ordinis S. Augustini in 

Vol. 6. 164. Wilhelm Abbat. EpistoLe. 

165. Diplomata ad Historiam Inge- 
burgae EegintB. 

166. Diplomata ad Monast. S. Thoma^ 
de Paraclito et Coenobium SS. 
Thomac et Wilhelmi pertinentia. 

167. Chronicon Danicum (1268- 
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Danicabum Kemin Script. — cojitiuued. 

Vol. 6. 168. Testamentum Magni Begis 
Norvegiae. 

169. Chronicon Breve Danicum 
(1275-1347). 

170. Fragmentum Diarii Eipensis 
Fratnim Minorum. 

171. Fragmentum Libri Judicialis 
Episc. Eoskildensis (1291-1299). 

172. Calendarium Magistri Petri 
de Dacia. 

173. De Johamie Grand. Archiep. 

174. Actiones Adversaria Erici 
Eegis et Johanne Grand. Archiep. 

175. Obituarimn Eeclesije B. Vir- 
ginis Hamiiensis (1299-1414). 

176. Delineatio vetustffi TabuIsB 
Altaris. 

177. Aarhusiensis Liber. 

178. Contin. Chronici Danorum 
(1308-1357). 

179. Annales Danici (1316-1389). 

180. Actio Eegis Erici Menved in 
Esgerum Archiep. Limden. (1317). 

181. Processus inter Eegem Chris- 
tophorum 11., et Episc. Burglan. 
Tuchonem. 

182. Planctus de statu regni Daniae 
sub Christophoro II. 

183. Xecrologium Gotlandi® Fra- 
trum ^linorum in Wisby. 

184. Eegistrum CapituH Schlesvi- 
censis. 

185. Statuta Capituli Eoskildensis 
et Necrologium Eoskildense. 

186. Archiepiscopi Hamburgenses. 

187. Provincialis Dacife, sive De- 
signatio Episcopatum Daniae, 
Sueciae et Norvegiae circa 1270. 

188. Designatio Archiepiscopatum 
Septentrionis. 

189. Catalogus Pontificum Ham- 
burgensiimi. 

190. Series Episcoporum totius 
NorvegifB. 

191. Nicolai Archiep. Lundensis 
Chronica Episcoporum Lunden. 

192. Catalogus Prssulum et Ponti- 
ficum Lundensium in Scania. 

Vol. 7. 193. Eegistrum Eedituum, 
Decimarum et Exactionum ad 
Episc. Eoskildensem pertinen- 
tium. 

194. Episcopi Eoskildenses. 

195. Catalogus Pontificum Eos- 
kilden. 

19&-8. Sles\-icensium Episcop. 

Series ac Catalogi Hansfortii et 

I. Cypraei. 
199. Chronicon Ecclesiae Eipensis. 
200-1. Nomina, etc., Episcop. 

Arhusiensis Ecclesiae. 
202. Series Episcop. Otthoniensium. 



Vol. 7. 203. Excerp. ex Eegistro Vill* 
Malmogensis 1420 facto. 

204. Tabularium Ecclesiae Lun- 
densis. 

205-7. Acta, etc., Processus inter 
Ericum Eeg. etDucem Slesvicen. 
ac Comites Holsatiae de Ducatu 
Slesvicensi, 1424. 

208. Copie Hterarum Domini pro 
Concordia. 

209. Liber Censuahs Episcop. 
Slesvicensis, 1436. 

210. Liber Census Daniae tern. Wal- 
demari II. et Christophori I. 

Vol. 8. 211. Diplomata ad Monasterii 
Loci Dei pertinentia (1173-1578). 

212. Transcriptum de bonis pre- 
bend, etc, in Ecclesia Hafiiiensi, 
A,D, 1436. 

213-16. Eehquiaria Ecclesiae et 
Convent. Haffnen. et Eosldlden. 

217. Designatio onmium Gotlan- 
dias Ecclesiarmn. 

218. Taxus prioratumn Ord. S. 
Johannis Hierosol. 

219. Custodiae Ord. Min. Provinciae 
Daciae. 

220. Eegistrum Conventuum Prffi- 
monstrat. Ord. Livoniae, Daniae, 
etc. 

221 . Informatio in causa Bevaliensis 
Ecclesiae. 

222. Anniversaria et Distributioues 
CapituH Eoskildensis. 

223. Attestationes in causa Deci- 
martmi Slaulosiensium. 

224. Augustuii Dathi Orationes II. 

225. Academiae Hafiiiensis Leges 
ab Archiep, Luudens, sancitae. 

226. Statuta facultatis utriusque 
juris. 

227. Notata m Fi-onte Varior. 
Librorum in BibHotheca deperdita 
Eccles. B. Virg. Hafniae. 

228. Diploma Johannis Archiep. 
Lundens. de Universit. Hafnife. 

229. Epistolffi Eegis Christiani I. 
vel ad eum script a?. 

230. Ordo in ostensione sanct. Ee- 
hquiarmn in Eccl. Lundensi. 

231. Excerp, ex regesto tabularii 
Ecclesiae Limdensis. 

232. Yaria de Mouast. Dalbyensi. 

233. Poema quod inscribitur Pauper 
Olavus. 

234. Summa Processus in causa 
Ecclesiae Ottoniensis. 

235-6. Ditle^'i Smitheri et Lugonis 
Orationes ad Eeginam Isabel- 
lam. 

237. M. Gableri Epistola in laudem 
Christiemi 11. 



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Danicarum Eerura Script. — continued. 

Vol. 8. 238. Diploma Christierni II. ad 
J. Ventelauth. 
239. Excellentias XII. regni Daciae. 
240-1. De Coronatione Christiani 
III., Narratio et Carmen. 

242. Seditionum Daniae Liber. 

243. Nonnulla de Joliamie Andreas. 



Vol. 8. 244. Statuta Calendarum Sacer- 
dotum in Territorio Eamsoensi et 
Bieverskoviensi . 

245. Obituarium Ecclesiae Virginia 
Hafnias. 

246. Fasti Necrologici Islandici. 
Vol. 9. 



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Vol. 1. Essai sur le Merite et la Vertu. 

Pensees Philosophiques. 

Introd. aux Grands Principes. 

Obs. sm- rinst. Pastorale de I'Eveque 
d'Auxerre. 

Lettre a mon Frere, etc. 
Vol. 2. Memoires Mathematiques. 

Lettres sur les Aveugles et sur les 
Sourds et Muets. 

Avis a plusieurs Hommes. 

Reclierches sur le Beau. 
Vol. 3. Prospectus de I'Encyclopedie. 

Lettres au Pere Berthier. 

Etude de la Philos. Naturelle. 

Interp. de la Nature. 

Princ. sur la Matiere, etc. 



Vol. 3. Supp. au Voyage de Bougain- 
ville. 

Sur I'Education des Enfans. 

Lettres sur Boulanger. 

Eeflexions sur Helvetius. 
Vol. 4. Comedies : Le Fils Naturel ; Le 
Pere de Famille. 

De la Poesie Dramatique. 
Vol. 5, 6, 7. Opinions des Anciens Philo- 

soplies. 
Vol. 8, 9. Vie de Seneque. 

Eegnes de Claude et de Neron. 

Melanges de Litt. et Philos. 
Vol. 10-12. Eomans. 
Vol. 13. Salon de 1765. 

Essai sur la Peinture. 
Vol. 14, 15, Salon de 1767. 



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Memoires de la Vie et des Ouvrages 

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Principes de la Philosophie Morale. 
Pensees Philosophiques. 
La Promenade du Sceptique ou les 

Alices. 
, De la Suffisance de la Eeligion 

naturelle. 
Lettre sur les Aveugles. 
Lettre sur les Sourds et Muets. 
Suite de I'Apologie de M. I'Abbe de 

Prades. 
Lettre a mon Frere. 
Vol. 2. Pensees sur I'lnterpretation de la 

Nature. Principes Philosophiques 

sur la Matiere et le Mouvement. 
Introduction aux Grands Principes, 

ou Eeception d'un Philosophe. 
Entretien entre d'Alembert et 

Diderot. 
Le Eeve de d'Alembert, 
Supplement du Voyage de Bougain- 
ville. 
Sur les Femmes. 
Refutation suivie de I'Ouvraged'Hel- 

v6tius intitule I'Homme. 
Principes de Politique des Souve- 

rains. 
Entretien d'un Philosophe avec la 

Marechale de . . . 
Vol. 3. Les Eegnes de Claude et de 

N6ron. 



Vol. 3. Plan d'une Universite pour le 
Gouvernement en Eussie. 

S'il est plus aise de faire une belle 
action qu'une belle page. 

Lettre sur TEducation des Enfants. 

Sur les Exercices des Cadets Eusses. 
Vol. 4. Miscellanea Philosophiques. 

Les Bijoux indiscrets. 

L'Oiseau Blanc. 

Qu'en pensez-vous ? 

La Marquise de Claye et Saint- 
Alban. 

Cinqmars et Derville. 

Mon pere et moi. 

Le Gulistan. 
Vol. 5. La Eeligieuse. 

Observations sur les Saisons, poeme 
de Saint -Lambert. 

Les deux Amis de Bourbonne. 

Entretien d'un pere avec ses en- 
fants. 

Ceci n'est pas un conte. 

Sur r Inconsequence du jugement 
public de nos actions particulieres. 

Le Neveu de Eameau. 

Analyse de Carite et Polydore. 

Anecdote de Petersbourg. 
Vol. 6. Jacques le Fataliste et son Maitre. 

Lettre i\ M. I'Abbd Galiani sur la 
sixi^me Ode du troisieme Livre 
d'Horace. 

Miscellanea Litteraires. 

Lettres h M.*** sur I'Abbe Galiani. 



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Diderot — continued. 

Vol. 6. Fragments ecbappes du Porte- 
feuille d'un Philosophe. 

Les Jesuites chasses d'Espagne. 

Don Pablo Olavides. 

Notice sur Clairaut. 
Vol. 7. Le Fils Naturel. 

Le Pere de Famille. 

De la Poesie Dramatique. 

Lettre de M™« Eiccoboni a M. 
Diderot et la Eepcnse. 

Le .Joueur. 
Vol. 8. Le Sherif. 

Le Pere maUieureux. 

La Pi^e et le Prologue. 

Est-il bon ? 

Est-il mecbant ? 

Plans de Comedies et de Tragedies. 

Parodoxe sur le Comedien. 

Miscellanea Dramatiques. 
Vol. 9. Poesies Diverses. 

M&noires sur Differents Sujets de 
Matbematiques. 

Projet d'une Pompe Publique. 

De la Musique cbez les Anciens. 

Histoire de Savage. 

Vie du Cardinal d'Ossat. 

Experiences interessantes. 

Les Aventures de Pyrrbus. 

Elements du Systeme General du 
Monde. 

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Vol. 9. Lettre de Brutus sur les Chars 
anciens et modemes. 
Sur I'Histoire de la Cbirurgie, par 
M. Peyrille. 
Vol. 10. Eecbercbes Pbilosopbiques sur 
rOrigine et la Natm-e du Beau. 
L 'Histoire et le Secret de la Peinture 

en Cire. 
Salon de 1759, 1761, 1763, 1765. 
Essai sur la Peinture. 
Vol. 11. Salon de 1767, 1769, 1771. 
Vol. 12. Salon de 1775, 1781. Pensees 
detacbees sur la Peinture, &c. 
Musique. 

Lemons de Clavecin et Principes 
d'Harmonie par M. Bemetzrieder. 
Vol. 13. Miscellanea Artistiques. 

Dictionnaire Encyclopedique A-B. 
Vol. 14. Dictionnaire Encvclopedique 

C-E. 
Vol. 15. „ „ F-L. 

Vol. 16. Dictionnaire Encyclopedique 

Loi-Q. 
Vol. 17. „ „ R-Z. 

Voyages. 
(EmTes Diverses. 
Vol. 18, 19, 20. (Eu%Tes Diverses. 
Correspondance. 
Table Generale. 



Vol. 1. Tragedy of Xero. 
Tbe Mayde's Metamor- 
pbosis. 

Martyr'd Souldier Sbirley . 

Noble Souldier Rowley. 

Vol. 2. Dick of Devonshire. 

Tbe Lady Mother Clapthome. 

Tragedy of Sir J. van 

Olden Bamavelt Fletcher & 

Massinger. 
Captain Underwit Shirley. 



Vol. 3. Sir Gyles Goosecappe. 
Wisdome of Dr. Dody- 

poU. 
Distracted Emperor. 
Trj-all of Cbevalry. 
Vol. 4. Two Tragedies in 

One Yarington. 

The Captives Hey wood. 

The Costhe ^Tiore. 
Everie Woman in her 

Hmnor. 



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Documents : Henrv VIII., Act. 34, 35 

(1543). 
Henry VIII. Proclamations (1545). 
Two Proclamations of Edward VI. 

(1549). 
Queen Mary, Proclamation (1553). 
Queen Elizabeth, Proclamation 

against Plays (1559). 
Statute 14 against Players (1571-72). 
Letter from Lord Mayor to Lord 

Chamberlain (1573-74). 
Licence bv Privy Seal to Actors 

(1574). ' 
Petition of tbe Queen's Players 

(1575). 
II. 



Order for restraint of acting (1574). 
Warrant to T. Gyles (1585). 
Letter of Lord Mayor (1589). 
Petition of T. Pope (1596). 
Statute against Players (1597-98). 
Petition of Pope, Burbage, etc. 

(1596). 
James I. : Privy Seal (1603) to E. 

Kirkham. 

To I. Jones (1612-13). 

To T. Downton (1612-13). 

To P. Rosseter (1615). 

Statute, cap. 21 (1605-6) upon the 

Stage. 
Letter to T. Daniel (1618). 



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James I. : Patent Licensing of Plays 

(1619-20). 
Appointing Sir J. Ashley (1622). 
Letter cancelling a Patent (1620). 
Charles I. Patent renewing that of 

James (1625). 
Statute upon the Drama (1625). 
Privy Seal : To King's Players 

(1625). 

For the Eevels at Court (1626). 

Long Parliament : — 

Ordinance 1st against Plays (1642). 

2ncl ditto (1647). 

8rd ditto (1647-48). 
Sermons against Plays. 
Blast of retrait from Plays. 

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Plays confuted by S. Gosson. 

On the Drama. 

P. Stubbes (1583). 

On the Globe Play House. 

On the Drama in 1616. 

Treatise against Plays (1625). 

Stage Player's Complaynt (1641). 

Actor's Complaynt (1643). 

Prynne's Defence of Plays (1649). 

Prynne's Vindication. 

Player's Petition to Parliament 

(1643). 
English Stage. 
Discourse (circa 1660) by E. Fleck- 

noe. 
Index and Notes. 



Vol. 1. Historia Histrionica. J. Wright. 

God's Promises Bale. 

Ferrex and Porrex Buckhurst. 

Damon and Pithias ...Edwards. 

New Custom Anon. 

Vol. 2. Gammer Gurton's 

Needle Still. 

Alexander and Cam- 
paspe Lyly. 

Tancred and GismundaWilmot. 

Cornelia Kyd. 

Edward II Marlow. 

Vol. 3. George a Greene ...Anon. 

First part of Jeronimo. ,, 

Spanish Tragedy Kyd. 

Honest Whore, 2 parts. Dekker. 
Vol. 4. The Malcontent Marston. 

All Fools Chapman. 

Eastward Ho! Marston, etc. 

Eevenger's Tragedy ...Toumeur. 

The Dumb Knight Machin. 

Vol. 5. The Miseries of In- 
forced Marriage Wilkins. 

Lingua Anon. 

Merry Devil of Edmon- 
ton ,, 

A Mad World, my Mas- 
ters Middleton. 

Eam Alley Barry. 

Vol. 6. Eoaring Girl Middleton. 

Widow's Tears Chapman. 

White Devil Webster. 

The Hog hath lost his 

Pearl Tailor. 

Four Prentices of Lon- 
don Heywood. 

Vol. 7. Green's Tu Quoque.Cook. 

Albumazar Tomkis. 

Woman killed with 

Kindness Heywood. 

Match at Midnight Eowley . 

Fuimus Troes Fisher. 

Vol. 8. Wounds of Civil War.Lodge. 

The Heir May. 



Friar Bacon and Friar 

Bungay Greene. 

Jew of Malta Heywood. 

The Wits Davenant. 

Vol. 9. Summer's Last Will 

and Testament ...... Nash. 

Microcosmus Nabbes. 

Muse's Looking-glass... Eandolph. 

City Match Mayne. 

Queen of Arragon Habington. 

Vol. 10. Antiquary Marmion. 

Goblins Suckling. 

Ordinary Cartwright. 

Vol.11. Chronicle of Ed- 
ward I Peele. 

The Mayor of Queen - 

borough Middleton. 

Grim, the Collier of 
Croydon Anon. 

Parson's Wedding Killegrew. 

Vol. 12. Adventures of Five 

Hours Tuke. 

Elvira Digby. 

Jovial Crew Brome. 

Old Couple May. 

Widow Jonson. 

Chichevache and Bicoma.Lydgate. 

World and Chylde Anon. 

Appius and Virginia ... ,, 

Additional Notes, Index. 
Vol. 13. Second Maiden's 

Tragedy Anon. 

Pleasant Conceited 
Comedy ,, 

How a Man may choose 
a Wife, etc ,, 

The Ball Chapman. 

Eape of Lucrece Heywood. 

Vol., 14. Albertus Wallen- 

stein Glapthome. 

Lady's Privilege...". ,, 

Love's Mistress Heywood. 

Dido, Queen of Car- 
thage Marlowe and Nash. 



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Vol. 1. Interlude of the Four 

Elements. 
Calisto and Meliboea. 
Every Man. 
■ Hickscomer. 

The Pardoner and the 

Friar Heywood. 

The World and the 

Chnd. 

God's Promises Bale. 

The Four P.P Hej-nood. 

Interlude of Thersites. 
Vol. 2. Interlude of Youth. 

Lusty Juventus Wever. 

Jack Juggler. 
Nice Wanton. 
Jacob and Esau. 

Disobedient Child Ingelend. 

Marriage of Wit and 

Science. 

Vol. 3. New Custom How. 

Kalph Roister Doister.Udall. 
Gammer Gurton's 

Needle Still. 

The Trial of Treasure. 

Like Will to Like FulweU. 

Vol. 4. Damon and Pithias..Edwards. 
Appius and Virginia. 

Cambyses Preston. 

Misfortunes of Arthur. 
Jeronimo, pt. 1. 
Vol. 5. Jeronimo, pt. 2 ...Kyd. 

Cornelia Gamier. 

Soliman and Perseda. 
Life and Death of Jack 

Straw. 
Vol. 6. The Conflict of Con- 
science Woodes. 

Rare Triumphs of Love 

and Fortune. 
The Three Ladies of 

London R. W. 

Three Lords and Three 

Ladies of London ...R. W. 
A Knack to know a 

KnaV6. 
Vol. 7. Tancrfed and Gis- 

mimda Wilmot. 

Wounds of Civil War... Lodge. 
Mucedorus. 

The Two Angry Wo- 
men of Abingdon.... Porter. 
Look about you. 
Vol. 8. Summer's Last Will 

and Testament Nash. 

Downfall of Robert, 

Earl of Huntington.. Mundy. 
Death of Robert, Earl 

of Huntington Mmidy and 

Chettle. 



Vol. 8. Contention between 
Liberality andProdi- 
gahty. 

Grim the Collier of 

Croydon J. T. 

Vol. 9. How to choose a 
Good Wife from a 
Bad [.L Cooke?] 

The Return from Par- 
nassus. 

Wily Beguiled. 

Lingua. 

Miseries of Enforced 

Marriage Wilkins. 

Vol. 10. The Revenger's 

Tragedy Toumeur. 

The Dmnb Knight Machin. 

The Merry DevH of Ed- 
monton. 

Ram- Alley Barry. 

The Second Maiden's 
Tragedy. 

Englishmen for My 

Money Haughton. 

Vol. 11. A Woman is a 

Weathercock Field. 

Amends for Ladies „ 

Green's Tu Quoque ...Cook. 

Albumazar Tomkis [or 

Tomkins]. 

The Hog hath lost his 

Pearl TaHor. 

The Heir May. 

Vol. 12. The Old Couple ... „ 

A Woman never Vexed.Rowley. 

The Ordinary Cartwright. 

The London Chanti- 
cleers. 

The Shepheard's Holi- 
day. 

The True Trojans Fisher. 

The Lost Lady. 
Vol. 13. A Match at Mid- 
night W. R. 

The City Night-cap . . . Davenport. 

The City Match Ma>Tie. 

The Queen of Arragon.Habington. 

The Antiquary Marmion. 

Vol. 14. The RebeUion ...Rawlins. 

Lust's Dominion Marlowe. 

Andromana Lady AH- 
mony J. S. 

The Parson's Wedding. KiUigrew. 
Vol. 15. Elvira Digby. 

The Marriage Night ...Gary, Lord 
Falkland. 

The Adventures of Five 

Hours Sir S. Tuke. 

All Mistaken Howard. 

Historia Histrionica ...Wright. 

Glossary and Index. 

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2. Downfall of Eobert, E. of Hun- 
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Anon — Lust's Dominion. 
Lyly— Mother Bombie ; Midas. Vol. 5 

Vol. 2. Lyly — Endymion. 

Marston — Antonio and Mellida 
What you will ; Parasitaster. 
Vol. 3. Dekker — Wonder of a Kingdom. 

Old Fortunatus. Vol. 

Chapman — Bussy d' Ambois — Mons. 
d'Olive. 
Vol. 4. Chapman — The May-day. 

Middleton — Spanish Gipsey; 

Drama : Old EngHsh, 4 vol. ISmo 

Vol. 1. Wright's Histrionica. 



3. Death of Eobert, Earl of Hun- 
tingdon : Munday and Chettle. 

4. A Woman is a Weathercock : N. 
Field. 

6. Amends for Ladies : N. Field. 

of Dodsley, 6 vol. Svo 1814-16 



Vol, 



Vol, 



Udall : Ealph Eoyster Doyster. 
Still : Gammer Gvirton's Needle. 
B. Jonson: Volpone. 
Houghton: Englishmen for my 

Money. 
2. Ford: The Broken Heart.— 'Tis 

pity she's a Whore. 
N. Field : Amends for the Ladies. 

— A Woman is a Weathercock. 



Vol 



Changeling ; More Dissemblers 

besides Women. 
Middleton — Women beware 

Women ; Trick to Catch the Old 

One. 
Eowley — New Wonder. 
Webster — Appius and Virginia. 
6. Webster and Eowley — Thracian 

Wonder. 
Heywood — EngHsh Traveller; 

Eoyal King and Loyal Subject ; 

Challenge for Beauty. 

1830 

3. B. Jonson : The Silent Woman. 
Kirke : Seven Champions of Chris- 
tendom. 

Middleton : Women beware Women. 
— A Trick to catch the Old One. 

4. Peele : Chronicle of King Ed- 
ward I. 

Marloive : Doctor Faustus. 
Ford : Lover's Melancholy. 

5. Marmion : A Fine Companion. 



Drama : British (Ancient) edited by Sir W. 

Vol. 1. The Four P's Heywood. 

Ferrex and Porrex Sackville. 

The Eeturne from Parnassus. 

Damon and Pithias Edwards. 

Gammer Gurton's Needle. Still. 

Alexander and Cam- 
paspe Lyly. 

Edward II Marlow. 

The Heir :. May. 

The Bird in a Cage Shirley. 

The Jew of Malta Marlow. 

The Wits Davenant. 

Sir John Oldcastle (Part I.). 

Life and Death of Lord Cromwell. 

London Prodigal. 

The Puritan. 

A Yorkshire Tragedy. 

George a Greene. 

Jeronimo (Part I.). 

Spanish Tragedy. 

The Honest Whore Dekker. 

Vol. 2. The Malcontent Marston. 

All Fools Chapman. 

Eastward Hoe Jonson. 

The Eevenger's Tragedy. Tourneur. 

The Dumb Knight Mackin. 

Miseries of Inforced 

Marriage Wilkins. 



Scott, 3 vol. roy. 8vo 1810 

Vol. 2. Lingua Brewer. 

Merry Devil of Edmon- 
ton 

A Mad World, my Mas- 
ters Middleton. 

Eam Alley Barry. 

The Eoaring Girl Middleton. 

The City Match Mayne. 

The Muse's Looking- 

Glass Eandolph . 

A Woman killed with 

Kindness Heywood. 

A Match at Midnight ...Eowley. 

The Gamester Shirley. 

Microcosmus Nabbes. 

Greene's Tu Quoque ...Cook. 

Albumazar Tomkis. 

Vol. 3. The White Devil ...Webster. 

The Hog hath lost his 

Pearl Tailor. 

The Foure Prentises of 

London Heywood. 

The Antiquary Marmion. 

The Ordinary Cartwright. 

A Jovial Crew .-. Brome. 

The Old Couple May. 

Andromania Shirley. 

Mayor of Quinborough. .Middleton. 



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Drama — continued. 

Vol. 3. Grim, the Collier of Croydon. 
The City Night Cap ...Davenport. 
The Parson's Wedding..Killegrew. 
The Adventures of Five 
Hours Tuke. 



Vol. 3. Elvira Digby. 

The Widow Jonsou. 

Dutchesse of Malfy Webster. 

The RebeUion Rawlins. 

The Witch Middleton. 



Drama : British (Modem) edited by Sir W\ Scott, 5 vol. roy. 8vo 1811 



Vol. 1. The Two Noble Kinsmen : Shake- 
speare and Fletcher. 
A King and No King, the Maid's 

Tragedy, Thierry and Theodoret, ' 

Philaster, Bonduca, the False 

One : Beaumont and Fletcher. 
The Bondman : Massinger. 
The Fatal Dowry : Massinger and 

Ford. 
The Broken Heart : Ford. 
The Rival Queens, Theodosius: 

Lee. 
All for Love, Don Sebastian: 

Drydcn . 
The Orphan, Venice Preserved : 

Oticay. 
Isabella, Oroonoko : Southern. 
The Mourning Bride : Congreve. 
Tamerlane, The Fair Penitent, Jane 

Shore, Lady Jane Grey : Eowe. 
Cato : Addison. 

The Distrest Mother : Philips. 
The Siege of Damascus : Hughes. 
Vol. 2. The Revenge, The Brothers : 

Young. 
Mariamne : Fenton. 
George BameweU, Fatal Curiosity, 

Arden of Faversham : Lillo. 
Zara: Hill. 

King Charles I : Havard. 
Gustavus Vasa : Brooke. 
Mahomet : Miller. 
Tancred and Sigismunda : Thomson. 
Irene : Johnson. 

The Roman Father : Whitehead. 
Elfrida, Caractacus : Mason. 
Gamester : Moore. 
Boadicea : Glover. 
The Earl of Essex : Jones. 
Barbarossa : Broicn. 
Douglas : Home. 
Cleone : Dodsley. 
Orphan of Chma, Zenobia, The 

Grecian Daughter : Murphy. 
The Earl of Warwick, Matilda: 

Franklin. 
Countess of Salisbury : Hartson. 
Mysterious Mother : Orford. 
Comus : Milton. 
The Fair Apostate : M'Donald. 
Vol. 3. Ever}- Man in his Humour, Vol- 

pone. The Alchemist : Jonson. 
Rule a Wife and Have a W- ife, The 

Chances : Fletcher. 



Vol. 3. New Way to Pay Old Debts: 

Massinger. 

The Committee : Howard. 

The Rehearsal : Buckingham. 

The Country Girl, The Plain Dealer : 
Wycherley. 

The Old Bachelor, the Double 
Dealer, Love for Love, the Way 
of the W^orld : Congreve. 

The Provoked Wife, the Con- 
federacy, The Mistake : Vanbrugh. 

Provoked Husband : Vanbrugh and 
Cibber. 

The Spanish Friar : Dryden. 

Love makes a Man, She W' ould and 
She W'ould Not, The Careless 
Husband : Cibber. 
Vol. 4. The H\-pocrite : Cibber. 

The Constant Couple, Sir Harry 
Wildau-, The Inconstant, The 
Recruiting Officer, The Beaux' 
Stratagem : Farquhar. 

The Fmieral, The Tender Husband, 
The Conscious Lovers : Steele. 

The Busybody, The Wonder, A Bold 
Stroke for a Wife : Centlivre. 

The Drummer : AddisoJi. 

The Miser : Fielding. 

The Suspicious Husband : Hoadly. 

The Way to keep Him : Murphy. 

Falstaffs W'eddiiig : Kenrich. 

The Jealous Wife : Colman. 

The Clandestine Marriage : Colman 
and Garrick. 

The Good-Natured Man, She Stoops 
to Conquer : Goldsmith. 

The Brothers, The W'est Indian : 
Cumberland. 

The Rivals : Sheridan. 
Vol. 5. The Cheats of Scapin : Otway. 

The Beggar's Opera : Gay. 

The Contrivances, Crononhoton- 
thologus : Carey. 

Tom Thumb, The Mock Doctor, 
The Intriguing Chambermaid : 
Fielding. 

The DevU to Pay : Coffey. 

The King and the MiUer of Mans- 
field, Sir John Cockle at Court : 
Dodsley. 

The Lving Valet, iliss in Her Teens, 
Lethe, The Male Coquette, The 
Guardian, Neck or Nothing, A 
Peep behind the Ciulain, The 



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Drama — continued. 

Irish Widow, Bon Ton, High Life 
below Stairs : (rarncZ;. 
Vol. 5. Taste, Englishman in Paris, The 
Knights, The Englishman re- 
turned from Paris, The Author, 
The Minor, The Liar, The Ora- 
tors, The Mayor of Garratt, The 
Patron, The Commissary, The 
Devil upon Two Sticks, The Lame 
Lover, The Maid of Bath : Foote. 
The Apprentice, The Upholsterer, 



The Old Maid, The Citizen, Three 

Weeks after Marriage : Murphy. 
Vol. 5. Love a la Mode : Macklin. 

' Love in a Village, The Maid of the 

Mill, The Padlock : Bickerstaff. 
Dr. Last in his Chariot, The Sultan : 

Bickerstaff and Foote. 
The Deuce is in Him : Cohnan. 
Midas, The Misers : O'Hara. 
The Maid of the Oaks : Burcjoyne. 
The Critic : Sheridan. 
Rosina : Mrs. Brooke. 



Drama: Theatre, British (with Biographical Notices of Authors, by Mrs. Inchbald), 20 
voL 18mo 1824 



Vol. 1. Mountaineers ...Cohnan, Jun. 

Speed the Plough ...Morton. 

Lovers' Vows Mrs. Inchbald. 

John Bull Colman , Jun. 

Poor Gentleman ... ,, 

Vol. 2. Wild Oats O'Keefe. 

Douglas Home. 

Stranger Kotzebue. 

Dramatist Reynolds. 

Busybody Mrs. Cowley. 

Vol. 3. All in the Wrong. Murphy. 

Bold Stroke for a 

Wife Mrs. Cowley. 

Such Things Are ...Mrs. Inchbald. 

Oroonoko Southern. 

Love in a Village ... Bickerstaff. 
Vol. 4. Road to Ruin ...Holcroft. 

Jane Shore Rowe. 

Clandestine Mar- 
riage Colman and Garrick. 

Edward the Black 

Prince Shirley. 

Mourning Bride Congreve. 

Vol. 5. Cure for the Heart 

Ache Morton. 

Way to Keep Him... Murphy. 

She Stoops to Con- 
quer Goldsmith. 

The Jew Cumberland. 

Gustavus Vasa Brooke. 

Vol. 6. Julius Caesar Shakspeare. 

The Tempest ,, 

The Orphan Otway . 

Zara Voltaire and Hill. 

Fair Penitent Rowe. 

Vol. 7. Siege of Damas- 
cus Hughes. 

Provoked Wife Vanbrugh . 

Rival Queens Lee. 

Lady Jane Grey ...Rowe. 

Roman Father Whitehead. 

Vol. 8. Pomt of Honour .C. Kemble. 

Barbarossa Dr. Brown. 

Merchant of Venice .Shakspeare. 

Wives as they Were .Mrs. Inchbald. 

School of Reform ...Morton. 



Vol. 9. To Marry or Not 

to Marry Mrs. Inchbald. 

Henry V Shakspeare. 

Antony and Cleo- 
patra ,, 

Winter's Tale , , 

Recruiting Officer ...Farquhar. 
Vol. 10. De Montfort ...Joanna BailHe. 
Count of Narbonne ..Jephson. 
Castle of Andalusia. .O'Keefe. 
Bold Stroke for a 

Husband Mrs. Cowley. 

Fatal Curiosity Lillo. 

Vol. 11. Honeymoon Tobin. 

Earl of Essex Jones. 

King Henry IV., 

Parti Shakspeare. 

Brothers Cumberland. 

She Would and She 

Would Not Cibber. 

Vol.12. Inconstant Farquhar. 

Rivals Sheridan. 

Chances ...Beaumont and Fletcher. 
Mahomet... Voltaire and Miller, 

The Foundling Moore. 

Vol. 13. Much Ado about 

Nothing Shakspeare. 

Venice Preserved ...Otway. 
Surrender of Calais .Colman, Jun. 
Battle of Hexham... ,, 

Iron Chest ,, 

Vol. 14. Heir at Law ... ,, 

The Heiress Burgoyne. 

The Hypocrite Bickerstaff. 

New Way to Pay Old 

Debts Massinger. 

Measure for Measure. Shakspeare. 
Vol. 15. Inkle and Yarico.Cohnan, Jun. 

Gamester Moore. 

Duenna Sheridan. 

Othello Shakspeare . 

King Lear ,, 

Vol. IG. Know Your Own 

Mind ..Murphy. 

Hamlet Shakspeare. 

Merry Wives of Windsor ,, 



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Drama — continued. 

Vol. 16. Belle's Stratagem. Mrs. Cowley. 

Comitry Girl...Wycherly & Garrick. 
Vol. 17. Romeo and 

Juliet Shakspeare. 

George Barnwell ...Lillo. 

King Henry VIII Shakspeare. 

Way to Get Married.Morton. 

King Richard III. . . . Shakspeare. 
Vol. 18. Man of the 

World Macklin. 

Distressed Mother... Racine and A. 
PhiUips. 

Beggar's Opera Gay. 

Twelfth Night Shakspeare. 

Grecian Daughter . . . Murphy. 



Vol. 19. Rule a Wife and 

Have a Wife Beaumont and 

Fletcher. 

Revenge Dr. E. Young, 

Deserted Daughter .Holcroft. 
Suspicious Husband.Dr. Hoadly. 
Provoked Husband .Vanbrugh and 
Gibber. 
Vol. 20. Every Man in 

His Humour Ben Jonson. 

King Henry IV., 

Part 2 Shakspeare. 

Wonder, a Woman 

Keeps a Secret ...Mrs. Centhvre. 
Beaux' Stratagem... Farquhar. 
. Critic Sheridan. 



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acted at the Theatres Royal, London, 10 vol. in 5, 12mo 1811 



Vol. 1, 2. F. Reynolds : The WiU ; The 
Rage ; Life ; How to grow Rich ; 
Notoriety ; Speculation ; The De- 
linquent ; Laugh when you can ; 
Fortune's Fool ; Folly as it Fhes. 
Vol. 3, 4. Holman : Votary of Wealth. 

Morton : Norinski ; Secrets worth 
knowing. 

Colman, jun. : Who wants a 
Guinea ? 

Eeynolds : Werter. 

Holcroft : Duplicity ; School for 
Arrogance. 

T. Dibdin : Seduction ; He's much 
to Blame ; School for Prejudice. 
Vol. 5, 6. Cumberland : False Impres- 
sions ; Mysterious Husband ; 
Box-Lobby Challenge ; Natural 
Son ; The Carmelite ; The Im- 
postors. 

Cohh : Wife of two Husbands ; 
Ramah Droog. 

Jephson : Law of Lombardy ; Bra- 
ganza. 



Vol. 7, 8. Mrs. Inchbald : I'll tell you 
what ; Next-door Neighbours ; 
Wise Man of the East. 

Hannah More : Percy. 

Sheridan : Trip to Scarborough. 

Author of Earl of Warwick : Ma- 
tilda. 

Hon. J. St. John : Mary Queen of 
Scots. 

J. Bichardson : Fugitive. 

Phelan : He would be a Soldier. 

G. Watson : England Preserved. 
Vol. 9, 10. Macready : The Bank Note. 

Miss Lee : Chapter of Accidents. 

Colman : Enghsh Merchant. 

Hull : School for Wives ; Henry 
the Second. 

Macnally : Fashionable Societies. 

H. Siddwis : Time's a Tell-tale. 

Mrs. Cowley : Which is the Man ? 

O'Keefe : Who is this ; Lie of a 
Day. 



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Theatres, 7 vol. 18mo 1815 



Vol. 1. Inchbald : Child of Nature ; 
Wedding Day ; Midnight Hour. 

Kenney : Raising the Wind ; Matri- 
mony ; Ella Rosenberg. 

Hewetson : Bhnd Boy. 

Mrs. Cowley : Whos the Dupe? 

Macklin : Love a la Mode. 
VoL 2. T. Dibdin : Birth-day ; Jew and 
Doctor. 

Macready : Irishman in London. 

O'Keefe : Prisoner at Large : Poor 
Soldier ; Farmer ; Highland Reel. 

Jephson : Two Strings to your 
Bow. 

C. Dibdin : Deserter. 



Vol. 3. W. Pearce : Hartford Bridge ; 

Netley Abbey. 
T. Knight : Turnpike Gate. 
P. Hoare : Lock and Key. 
J. Beed : Register OflSce. 
A. Murphy : Apprentice. 
Sheridan : Critic. 
Bickerstaff : Sultan. 
Mrs. Brooke : Rosina. 
Vol. 4. Jackman : AU the World's a 

Stage. 
Murphy : Citizen ; Three Weeks 

after Marriage. 
Bickerstaff: Padlock. 
C Dibdin : Quaker. 



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Drama — coji tinu ed. 

Vol. 4. Garrich : Lying Valet ; Catherine 

and Petruchio ; Miss in her Teens ; 

Guardian. 
Vol. 6. Garrick: High Life below Stairs ; 

Bon Ton ; Irish Widow. 
Fielding : Mock Doctor. 
Coffee, etc. : De\'il to Pay. 
Foote : Minor ; Mayor of Garratt ; 

Lyar. 
Hip2nsley : Flora. 
Vol. 6. Colman : Deuce is in him. 

Hawkesioorth : Edgar and Emme- 

line. 
Burgoyne : Eichard Cceur de Lion ; 

Maid of the Oaks. 

Drama : Theatre Frangais (Repertoire du) 

vol. 18mo 

(Premier Ordre, 27 vol. ; 
Premier Ordre. 

P. et T. Comeille, 5 vol. ; Racine, 5 
vol. ; Moliere, 6 vol. ; Regnard, 4 vol. ; 
Crebillon, 3 vol. ; Voltaire, 4 vol. 

Second Ordre. — Tragedies, 7 vol. 

Vol. 1. Botrou : Venceslas. 
Genest : Penelope. 
Campistron : Andronic. 
Longepierre : - Medee. 
Vol. 2. Lafosse : Manlius Capitolinus. 
Lagrange : Amasis. 
Duchd : Absalon. 
Caiix : Marius. 
Vol. 3. Lamotte-Houdart : Ines de Cas- 
tro. 
Piron : Gustave-Wasa. 
Pompignan : Didon. 
Lanoue : Mahomet Second. 
Vol. 4. Ghateauhrun : Les Troyennes. 
Poinsinet : Briseis. 
Guymond : Iphigenie en Tauride. 
Lemierre : Hypermnestre. 
Vol. 5. Lemierre : La Veuve du Malabar. 
Saurin : Spartacus ; Blanche et 

Guiscard. 
Colardeau : Caliste, 
Vol. G. De Belloy : Zelmire ; La Si^e 
de Calais ; Gaston et Bayard ; 
Pierre le Cruel ; Gabrielle de 
Vergy. 
Vol. 7. La Harpe : Le Comte de War- 
wick ; Philoctete ; Coriolan. 
Blin de Sainmore : Orphanis. 
Champfort : Mustapha et Zeangir. 

Comedies en Vers, vol. 2-17. 

Vol. 2. Quinault : La Mere Coquette. 

Montfleury : La Femme Juge et 
Partie. 

Fontaine : Le Florentin. 
Vol. 3. Bo^irsault : Le Mercure Galant ; 



Vol. 6. O'Hara : Tom Thumb. 

/. Cobb : Doctor and Apothecary ; 
First Floor. 

Birch : Adopted Child. 

/. P. Kemble : Farm House. 
Vol. 7. /. P. Kemble : Lodoiska. 

Colman : Ways and Means ; Comus. 

Foote : Author. 

Tobin : School for Authors. 

Dodsley : Miller of Mansfield. 

C. Dibdin : Waterman. 

Murphy : Old Maid. 

O'Hara: Midas. 



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Second Ordre, vol. 2-40.) 

Les Fables d'Esope ; Esope a la 
Cour. 
Vol. 4. Baron : L'Andrienne. 

Legrand : La Famille Extra vagante ; 

L'Aveugle Clairvoyant ; Le Roi 

de Cocagne. 

Vol. 5. Campistron : Le Jaloux des- 

abuse. 

Lafont : Le Naufrage ; Les Trois 

Freres Rivaux. 
Dufresny : La Coquette de Village ; 
La Reconciliation Normande. 
Vol. 6. Dufresny : Le Depit ; Le Man- 
age fait et rompu. 
Boissy : Le Babillard ; Les Dehors 
Trompeurs ; L'Epoux par super- 
cherie. 
Vol. 7, 8. Destouches : Le Philosophe 
marie ; Le Glorieux ; Le Dissipa- 
teur ; L'Homme Singulier. 
Poisson : Le Procureur Arbitre ; 

L'Impromptu de Campagne. 
Fagan : Le Rendez-vous. 
Vol. 9. De la Chaussee : Le Prcjugc a 
la Mode ; L'Ecole des Meres ; La 
Gouvernante ; Melanide. 
Vol. 10. Piron : La Metromanie. 
Gresset : Le Mediant. 
Bret : La Double Extravagance. 
Vol. 11. Delanoue : La Coquette Cor- 
rigee. 
RocJwn: Heureusement ; Le Jaloux. 
ColU : Dupuis et des Ronais. 
Favart : L'Anglois k Bordeaux. 
Vol. 12. Favart : Les trois Sultanes. 
Champfort : La jemie Indienne. 
Barthe : Les fausses Infid61it6s ; La 

Mere Jalouse. 
Saurin : L'Anglomane. 
Vol. 18. Dorat : La Feinte par Amour. 
Forgeot : Les Rivaux Amis ; Les 

Epreuves. 
Imbert : Le Jaloux sans Amour. 



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Drama — continued. 

Vol. 14, 15. Biivre : Le Seductenr. 

Collin: L'Inconstant ; L'Optimiste ; 
Chateaux en Espagne ; M. de 
Crac dans son petit Castel ; Le 
Vieux Celibataire. 
Vol. 16. Fahre : Le Philinte de Mo- 
liere ; L'Litrigue Epistolaire ; 
Les Precepteurs. 
Vol. 17. Demoustier : Le Conciliateur ; 
Les Femmes. 
Carhon-Flins : Jeune Hotesse. 
Segur : Le Retour du Mari. 

Comedies en Prose, 14 vol. 

Vol. 1-4. Hauteroche : Crispin Mede- 
cin ; Le Cocher Suppose. 

Dancourt : Le Chevalier a la Mode ; 
La Maison de Campagne ; L'Ete 
des Coquettes ; Les Bourgeoises 
a la Mode ; Le Tuteur ; Les Ven- 
danges de Surene ; Les Vacances ; 
Les Curieux de Compiegne ; Le 
Mai'i retrouve ; Les Bourgeoises 
de Quahte ; Les trois Cousines ; 
Le Galant Jardinier. 

Baron : L'Homme a la Bonne For- 
tune. 
Vol. 5, 6. Baron : La Coquette et la 
Fausse Prude. 

Brueys : Le Grondeur ; Le Muet ; 
L'Avocat PateHn. 

Dufresny : L'Esprit de Contradic- 
tion. 
Vol. 7. Dufresny : Le Double Veuvage. 

Le Sage : Crispin rival de son 
Maitre ; Turearet. 

Alain: L'Epreuve reciproque. 
Vol. 8. Destouches : Le Triple Mariage; 



La Fausse Agnes; Le Tambour 
Nocturne. 
Vol. 9. Legrand : Le Galant Coureur ; 
La Nouveaute. 
Boissy : Le Francois a Londres. 
Allainval : L'Ecole de Bourgeois. 
Vol. 10. Vaure : Faux Savant. 

Fagan : La Pupille ; Les Origi- 
naux ; L'Etourderie. 
Vol.11. Marivaux : La Surprise de 
1' Amour ; Le Legs ; Les Fausses 
Confidences ; Le Jeu de 1' Amour 
et du Hasard ; L'Epreuve. 
Vol. 12. Chiyot : Le Consentement forc6. 
Pont de Veyle : Le Somnambule. 
Saintfoix : L'Oracle. 
Saurin : Mceurs du Temps. 
Poinsinet : Le Cercle. 
Vol. 13. Sedaine : La Gageure imprevue. 
Champfort : Lie Marchand de 

Smyme. 
Goldoni : Le Bourru Bienfaisant. 
Bochoji : La Manie des Arts ; Les 

Amants Genereux. 
Colle : Le Parti de Chasse de 
Henri IV. 
Vol. 14. Beaumarchais : Le Barbier de 
Se^-ille ; Le Mariage de Figaro. 
Dezdde : Auguste et Theodore. 

Drames, 2 vol. 

Vol. 1. Diderot : Le Pere de Famille. 
Saurin : Beverlei. 
Sedaine : Le Philosophe sans le 
Savoir. 
Vol. 2. Beaumarchais : Eugenie ; L'autre 
Tartuffe. 
Fenouillot: L'honnete Criminel. 



Drama : Teatro Espaiiol, desde su origen (1356) hasta nuestras dias, arreg. y divid. en 
4 partes, por Don E. Ochoa, 5 vol. 8vo Par. 1838 



Vol. 1. Moratin, Origenes del Teatro 
Espafiol. 

Piezas ant. a Lope de Vega. 



Vol. 2. 
Vol. 3. 



Lope de Vega. 
Calderon. 



Vol. 4. Tirso de Molina ; Mescua ; Mont- 
alvan ; Moreto ; Guevara ; Rojas ; 
Alarcon, y Fragoso. 

Vol. 5. Comedias de 21 Autores, de Dia- 
mante a los Herreros. 



Drama : Coleccion Selecta del Antiguo Teatro Espaiiol, pubhcada en el Eco Hispano 
Americano, roy. 8vo Paris, 1854 



Calderon de la Barca. 
Lope de Vega Carpio. 
J. Ruiz de Alarcon. 
Tirso de Molina. 
Francisco de Rojas. 
Augustin Moreto. 



Guillen de Castro. 
Luis Velez de Guevara. 
Juan Perez de Montalvan. 
Matos Fragoso. 
L. F. de Moratin. 



Drama : Comedias Sueltas, Coleccion de, 24 vol. 4to, arranged and presented by Mr. 
J. R. Chorley {various dates) 



Siglo de Lope. 
Vol. 1. Part 1 and 2. Lope de Vega. 

Mira de Mescua. 
Vol. 2. Belmonte. 



Vol. 2. Guillem de Castro. 

Claramonte. 

Luis Velez de Guevara. 
Vol. 3. Tirso di MoHna. 



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Drama — continued. 

Vol. 4. Alaroon. 

Antonio de Mendoza. 

Jacinto Cordero. 

Enciso. 
Vol. 5. Monroy y Silva. 
Vol. 6. Montalvan. 

Siglo de Galderon. 
Vol. 7-8. Calderon. 

Moreto. 
Vol. 9. Roxas. 
Vol. 10. Diamante. 
Vol. 11. Matos Fragoso. 
Vol. 12. CubiUo. 
Vol. 13. De la Hoz. 

Diego y Joseph de Figueroa. 

Francisco de Leys^a. 

Fernando de Zarate. 



Vol. 14. Salazas y Torres. 

De Solis. 
Vol, 15, 16. Autores menores del Siglo 

de Calderon, A-V. 
Vol. 17. Comedias ' de un Ingenio.' 

Autos Anonimos. 
Vol. 18. Comedias ' de tres Ingenios.' 

Decadencia. 
Vol. 19. Candamo. 
Vol. 20. Canizares. 
Vol. 21. Anorbe y Corregel. 
Vol. 22. Autores menores de esteperiodo. 
Vol. 23. Saynetes. 

Vol. 24. A^itoros de la escuela vioderna : 
Huerta, Jovellanos, Quintana, 
Villarroel, Yriarte. 
Vol. 25. {Imperfect Plays.) 



Drama: Italiano Antico, 10 vol. 8vo Milano, 1808-12 



Vol. 1. La Sofonisba, Trissino. 

La Rosmunda, Bucellai. 

La Calandria, Bibbiena. 

La Cassaria, Ariosto. 
Vol. 2. L'Oreste, Bucellai. 

L'Antigone, Alamanni. 

I Suppositi, Ariosto. 
Vol. 3. La Tullia, Martelli. 

II Negromante, La Lena, Ariosto. 
Vol. 4. Canace, 82?. Speroni. 

Orbecclie, Giraldi Cintio. 

La Flora, Alamanni. 
Vol. 5. Arrenopia, Giraldi Cintio. 

Marianna, Lod. Dolce. 
Vol. 6. Giocasta, idem. 

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ante Eollonem (837-896). 
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(808-891). 
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excerptum (808-891). 14. 

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Lutetia Parisiorum. 15. 

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rum Xormanniae Ducum. 
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ducis Norm, fihae, Encomium; 16. 

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a Guilielmo Pictavensi. 
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Epitaphium Guilielmi Ducis Ner- 
mann, et Angliae regis. 18. 
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stica. 19. 

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Ducis Norman. 



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1259). 

Annal. Hist, in Monasterio S. 
Stephani, Cadomensis conscripts 
(633-1293). 

Nomina Normannonun, qui flo- 
ruerunt in AngUa, ante Conquae- 
stum, et tempore Guil. Cbnquae- 
storis. 

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nerias tam in Normanniae, quam 
ahis Franciae provinciis, tempore 
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bentur duci. 

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Friderico I. Mediolanum, con- 
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Germanica. 

13. Annales Bose\denses, ab a. 1125 
ad 1198. 

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Filiorum Conradi et Manfredi 
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15-17. Ricobaldi Ferrariensis His- 
toria Imperat. Romano-Germani- 
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Historia Pontif. Roman, usque ad 
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Compilatio Cbronologica usque ad 
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18. Pbilippi de Lignamine Con- 
tinuatio Cbronici Ricobaldini 
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19. Cbronicon Luneburgicum ling. 
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Imp. (1277) usque ad a. 1343. 

21. Tbeodorici de Niem, Vitae Pon- 
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1408, confectus. 

12. Amalrici Augerii de Biterris 
Actus Pontificum Romanorum 
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1321. 

13. Joan. Tritbemii Nepiacbus, i.e, 
libellus de studiis et scriptis pro- 
priis a pueritia repetitis. 

14. Propbetiae Satyrica? in Papas 
abquot SecuH XIII. et XIV. 

15. Magistri Vulgerii Versus in 
Bonifacium VIII. Papam (1294) 
et Mores Cleri. 

16. Excerpta Jobannis Hussi con- 
demnationem concernentia. 

17. Stepbani Infessurs Diarium 
Urbis Romje (1294-1494). 

18. Joannis Bm-cbardi Diarium 
Curiae Romanae sub Alexandre 
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Vita Bennonis Episcopi Osna- 
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gensis, Vita Bennonis Episcopi 
metrica. 

21. Golscheri et Anonymi cujus- 
dam Gesta Archiepiscoporum 
Trevirensium ab 1132 usque ad 
a. 1259 continviata. 

22. Catalogus Episcoporum Au- 
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Ratisbonensium, ex Chronica 
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24. Anonymi Chronicon Episco- 
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25. Chronica Praesulum Spirensis 
Civitatis (727-1512). 

26. Catalogus Episcoporum Spiren- 
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Ln Transfig. Domini, Sermo. 
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30. Todd's Hist, of the Irish Church. 

12. Wilberforce's Five Empires. 
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Epistola ad Joannem Monachum. 

In secimdmn Domini Adventum. 

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Precationes, etc. etc. 

Syriace et Latine. 

Vol. 1. Commentaria in V. Testamentum, 
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Regum. 

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Ovidii Elegia de Nuce, cum com- 
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Serm. 13 in Nat. Domini, 

Serm. Polemici adversus Haereses. 
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Sermones Polemici (87) et (B) ad- 
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Adversus Judfeos Sermo. 

Necrosima, seu funebres Canones 85. 

De Libero Humanae Voluntatis Ar- 
bitrio Sermones 4. 

Paraeneses, seu Adhortationes ad 
Poenitentiam 76. 

De Paradiso Sermones 12. 

De Diversis, Sermones 18. 

10 vol. in 11, ioh... Lugd.-Bat. 1703-6 

Vol. 4. Versiones Plutarchi. 
Apophtliegmata. 
Laus Stultitias. 

Philippi Burgund. Panegyricus. 
Institutio Principis Christ. 
Querela Pacis. 
Xenopbontis Hieron. 
Lingua. 

5. Enchiridion Militis Christ, et 
alia opera quaB ad Pietatem insti- 
tuunt. 

6. Nov. Test. Gr. Lat. cum Com- 
ment. 

7. Paraphrasis in Nov. Test. 

8. Versiones e Patribus : — 
Joanne Chrysostomo. 
Athanasio. 
Origene. 
Basilio. 
Orationes. 
Carmina Varia. 

Vol. 9. 10. Apologiae. 
Index Generalis. 



Vol. 



Vol. 

Vol. 
Vol. 



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Florez (Padre F. H.) Espana Sagrada : Theatro Geographico-Hist6rico de la Iglesia de 
Espaiia, con continuacion por Risco La Fuente, 51 vol. 4to Madrid, 1754-1879 



Vol. 1. Clave Geographica, y Geogr. 
Eccles. 

2. Chronologia de la Hist. Antigua. 

3. Predicacion de los Ap6stoles en 

Espaiia : Propagacion de la 
Xandad desde el Siglo primo, 
etc. 

4. Origen y Progressos de los Obi- 
spados, etc. 

De la Provincia Carthagenense. 
Santa Iglesia de Toledo. 



5. 

6. 

7,8. 

9. 



Iglesias Sufraganeas de Toledo. 
La Provincia de B^tica, y la S. 
Iglesia de Sevilla. 
10, 12. Iglesias Sufrag. de Sevilla. 



Vol. 11. Vidas y Escritos de alg. Varones 
illust. Cordobeses ; P. Alvaro, 
etc. 

13. La Lusitania Antigua, y de su 

Metrop. Merida. 

14. Iglesias Sufrag. de Lusitania. 

15. Provincia de Galicia, y Iglesia 

de Braga. 

16. Iglesia de Astorga. 

17. Iglesia de Orense. 

18. Iglesias Britoniense y Dunuense. 
19, 20. Juense y Compostelana. 

21. Iglesia de Porto de la Galicia 



22, 23. 



antigua. 
de Tuy. 



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Vol. 22, 23. Coll. de Chronicones pequeuos 
de la Hist, de Espaua. 
24, 25. Antiguedades Tarraconenses. 
Iglesia de Tarragona. 
Region de los Cantabros. 

26. Iglesias de Auca, de Valpuesta y 

de Burgos. 

27. Iglesias Colegiales, etc. etc. de 

Burgos. 

28. Iglesia Ausonense, hoy Yique. 

29. Iglesia de Barcelona. 

30. Iglesia de Zaragoza. 

31. Memorias de los Yarones ilustres 

Cesar-augustanos, etc. 
32, 33. La Vasconia. 

Iglesias de Calahorra y de Pam- 
plona. 



Vol. 34-36. Iglesia de Leon. 
37-39. Region de Astures Transmon- 
tanos. 
Iglesia de Oviedo. 
40, 41. Ciudad y Iglesia de Lugo. 

42. Ciudades de Dertosa, Egara, y 
Emporias. 
Iglesia de Tortosa. 
48-45. Gerona. 
46, 47. Lerida. 

48. Iglesia de Barbastro. 
49, 50. Iglesias de Tarazona y Tudela. 
51. Biografia del' Ramon Fort. Obi- 
spos espanoles titulares. 
Clave de la Espana Sagrada. — Navar- 
rete, Docum. xxii. 



Force (Peter) : Tracts and other Papers, relating principally to the Origin, Settlement, 
and Progress of the Colonies in North America, from the Discovery of the Country to 
the Year 1776, 4 vol. roy. 8vo Washington, 1836-46 



Vol. 1.— 1. Muntgomery (Sir R.) The 
designed Estabhshment of a new 
Colony to the South of CaroUna. 
1717. 

2. Brief Account of the establish- 
ment of the Colony of Georgia, 
under Gen. James Oglethorpe. 
1733. 

3. State of the Province of Georgia. 
1740. 

4. Tailfers and Anderson's Narra- 
tive of the Colony of Georgia, 
from the first Settlement. 1741. 

5. An Account of the Progress of 
Georgia. 1741. 

6. Nova Britannia ; offering most 
excellent fruites by planting in 
Virginia, 1609. 

7. The New Life of Virginia : being 
the Second Part of Nova Bri- 
tannia, 1612. 

8. Bacon's RebeUion in Virginia in 
1675-76. 1835. 

9. Cotton's Account of our late 
Troubles in Virginia. 1835. 

10. Greenhow's List of those that 
have been executed for the late 
Rebelhon m Virginia. 1885. 

11. Narrative of the Indian and 
CivilWars in Virginia in 1675-76. 
1814. 

12. New England's Plantation : a 
description of the commodities and 
discommodities of that Countrey. 
1680. 

13. A Petition of W. C. exhibited in 
the High Com-t of Parhament, for 
the Propagation of the Gospel in 
America, and the West Lidies. 



Vol. 2. — 1. A Desci-iption of New Eng- 
land ; or, the Observations and 
Discoveries of Capt. lohn Smith 
in the North of America in 1614. 
1616. 

2. SmitWs New England's Trials. 
Declaring the successe of 80 Ships 
employed thither within these 
eight yeares. With the present 
estate of that happie plantation. 
1622. 

3. The Planter's Plea ; or the gi'ounds 
of Plantations examined, and vsual 
Objections answered. 1630. 

4. Gov. Thomas Dudley's Letter to 
the CoimtesB of Lincoln, Mar. 
1631. With explanatory Notes 
by Dr. J. Fai-mer, 1888. 

5. Morton's New English Canaan ; 
or New Canaan, containing an 
Abstract of New England. 1682. 

6. Extract from a Manuscript Col- 
lection of Annals relative to Vir- 
gmia. 1774. 

7. Desci-iption of the Provuice of 
New Albion, and a Direction for 
Adventurers with small stock to 
get two for one, and good land 
freely, etc. 1648. 

8. A Perfect Description of Vir- 
ginia : being a full and true Re- 
lation of the present state of the 
Plantation. 1649. 

9. Virginia and Maryland ; or the 
Lord Baltimore's printed Case, 
uncased and answered. 

10. Narrative of the Proceedings of 
the People of South Carohna in 
the year 1719. 1726. 

11. Description of the Province of 

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South Carolina, trans, from Mr. 
Purry's Original Treatise in 
French, 1731. 1837. 

Vol. 2. — 12. Description of Georgia, by 
a Gentleman who has resided 
there upwards of seven years, 
and was one of the first Settlers. 
1741. 

Vol. 3.— 1. A Trve Declaration of the 
Estate of the Colony in Virginia, 
with a confutation of such scan- 
dalous reports as have tended to 
the disgrace of so worthy an en- 
terprise. 1610. 

2. For the Colony in Virginia Bri- 
tannia. Lawes Divine, Morall 
and Martiall, etc. 1612. 

3. Plain Description of the Ber- 
mvdas, now called Sommer 
Hands. With the manner of their 
discoverie, etc. 1613. 

4. Nevves of Sr. Walter Kauleigh. 
With a trve description of Gviana. 
1618. 

5. A Declaration of the state of the 
Colonie and Affaires in Virginia. 
1620. 

6. Orders and Constitvtions, partly 
collected out of his Majesties 
Letters Patent, and partly or- 
dained upon mature deliberation 
by the Companie of Virginia. 
1620. 

7. Shrigley's (N.) True Eelation of 
Virginia and Maryland, with the 
commodities therein. 1669. 

8. De la Guard, The Simple Cobler 
of Aggawam in America. Willing 
to help mend his Native Country, 
lamentably tattered, both in the 
upper-Leather and sole, with all 
the honest stitches he can take. 
1647. 

9. A» Abstract of the Lawes of New 
England as they are now esta- 
bhshed. 1641. 

10. Norwood's {Col.) Voyage to Vir- 
ginia. K.D. 

11. Gent's {E. W.) Virginia : more 
especially the south parts thereof, 
Kichly and truly valued, etc. 
1650. 

12. A Letter from Mr. John Clayton, 
of Wakefield, in Yorkshire, to the 
Eoyal Society, in 1688, giving an 
Account of several Observables in 
Virginia, etc. 

13. The Eeformed Virginian Silk- 
worm, or a Eare and New Dis- 



covery of easie means found out 
by a young Lady in England, in 
May, 1652, for the feeding of 
Silk Worms in the Woods on the 
Mulberry-Tree-leaves in Virginia. 
1655. 

Vol. 3. — 14. Hammond (J.) Leah and 
Eachel, or the two Fruitfull 
Sisters, Virginia and Mary- 
land : their present condition, etc. 
1656. 
15. Virginia's Cure : Discovering 
the true Ground of that Churche's 
Unhappiness, and the only true 
Eemedy. 1662. 

Vol. 4. — 1. Virginia richly valued, by 
the Description of Florida, her 
next Neighbour, out of foureyeares 
travell, for above one thousand 
miles East and West, etc., trans- 
lated by E. Haklvyt. 1609. 

2. Eelation of a Discovery lately 
made on the Coast of Florida, 
1664. 

3. Childe's (ilf a/or /.) NewEngland's 
Jonas cast up at London : or a 
Eelation of the Proceedings of the 
Court at Boston, in New England, 
against divers honest and godly 
persons, etc. 1647. 

4. A Narrative of a New and Un- 
usual American Imprisonment 
of Two Presbyterian Ministers. 
1707. 

5. An Extract of the Journals of 
Mr. Commis. Von Eeck, who con- 
ducted the first Transport of Saltz- 
burgers to Georgia : and of the 
Eev. Mr. Bolzius ; giving an ac- 
count of their Voyage to, and 
happy Settlement in, that Pro- 
vince. 1734. 

6. Simplicitie's Defence against 
Seven-headed Policy. 1646, 

7. Gorton's (S.) Letter to Nath. 
Morton. 1669, 

8. Commission of K. James II, to 
Sir E. Andros. 1686, 

9. The Eevolution in New England 
Justified, and the People there 
Vindicated, etc, 1691, 

10. An Account of the late Eevolu- 
tion in New England. 1689. 

11. Brief Eelation of the State of 
New England from the beginning 
of the Plantation to 1689, 

12. A Eelation of the Colony of the 
Lord Baron of Baltimore, in 
Maryland, near Virginia, etc. 



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Abelardus, Opera, 2 vol. ' 

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Ambassadeurs Venetiens, Relations des. 
Anelicr de Toulouse (Guil.) Guerre de 

NavaiTe. 
Aubesjnne, Negociations. L. Paris. 
Binoit, Chroniques des Dues de Nor- 

mandie. ilichel. 
Brunetto Latini, Livre de Tresor. 
Cartulaires de France. Guerard. 
Cartulaire de I'Eglise du Saint Sepul- 

cre a Jerusalem. Roziere. 
Catalogues des MSS. des Bibliotheques 

des Departements. 
Chavipollion-Figeac, Documens his- 

toriques inedits. 

Captivite du Roi Fran9ois I. 

Lettres des Rois, Reines, etc. 

Correspondance Administrative, etc. , sous 

Louis XIV. 
Cuvelier, Chronique de Bertrand du 

GuescUn. 
Depping, Le Li\Te des Metiers de E. 

Boileau. 
Deville, Comptes de la Construction du 

Chateau de Gaillon. 
Didron, Iconographie Chretienne. 
Fauricl, Croisade contre les Albigeois. 
Foucault, Memoires, ed. Baudry. 
Granvelle (Cardinal) Papiers d'Etat. 
Haton (Claude) Memoire de. 
Journal des Etats Generaux, a Tours, 

1484. 
Lettres de Henri IV., 8 vol. (1566~1G10) 

Bergier de Xi\Tey. 
Litres de Jostice et de Plet. 
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Marsand, Catalogo di Manoscritti 

Italiani. 
Mazarin (Cardinal) Lettres. 



Medicis (Catherine de) Lettres. 
Merim4e (M. P.) Peintures de I'Eglise 

de St. Savin. 
Mignet, Negoc. rel. a la succession 

d'Espagne. 
Mistdre du Siege d'Orleans. 
Negociations de la France dans le Levant. 

de la France et I'Autriche. 

de la France et Toscane. 

Ochoa, Catalogo de los Manuscritos 

Espauoles. 
Olim, Registre des Ari'ets. 
Ormesson, Journal. 
Palsgrave, L'Eclaircissement de la 

Langue Fraii9aise, ed. Genin. 
Paris sous Philippe le Bel, Geraud. 

Reglements sui* les arts et metiers de, 

Depping. 
Pelet, Guerre de la Succession en Es- 

pagne (avec Atlas). 
Privileges accordes a la Couronne de 

France par le Saint -Siege. 
Proces-Verbaux du Conseil de Regence 

de Charles YHI. Bemier. 
des Etats Generaux de 1593. 

Bernard. 

des Temphers, Michelet. 



Qua t re Li^Tes des Rois, etc. Leroux de 

Lincy. 
Bapports au Roi et Pieces. 
Beims, Archives Administratives. 

Legislatives. 

Bichelieu (Cardinal) Lettres, etc. 
Saint Denis, Chronique du Rehgieux de. 
Sonrdis, Correspondance. Sue. 
Thierry, Monumens sur I'hist. du Tiers 

Etat. 
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Chronique de Rob. Viseart. 
Anjou (Comtes de) Chroniques. 
Argenson (Marquis d') Memoires, 
Barbier, Journal du Regne de Louis 

XV. 
Basin (T.) Histoire de Charles VII. et 

Louis XL 
Bassompi^re, Memoires. 
Beaumanoir, Coutumes de Beauvoisis, 
Coligny-Saligny et Villette, Memoires. 
Commynes, Memoires. 
Cosnac, Daniel de, Memoires. 
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de France. 
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Gregoire de Toxirs, Hist. Ecclesiastique 

des Francs, Lat. et Franc. 
Goulas (Nicolas) Memoires de. 
Guillaume de Nangis, Chroniques. 
Journal d'un Bourgeois. 
La Marcke (O. de la) Memoires. 
Marguerite d'Angouleme, Lettres de. 
Marguerite de Valois, Memoires et 

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sa fiUe Marguerite. 
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Quichemt, 'Pi-Oc^s dB* Coiidamnation de 

Jeanne d'Arc. 
Begistres de I'Hotel de Ville de Paris, 

pendant la Fronde. 
Richer, Histoire de son Temps. 
Tillemont, Vie de St. Louis. 



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nople. 

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9 



10 



Vol 



1. — i. Amiales Francorum Fulden- 
ses (714-900). 
t2. Annales Nazariani (740-826). 

3. ChroniconLaurishamenseaprima 
origine (764-1179). 

4. Bruno de Bello Saxonico, et Vita 
Henrici IV. Imp. (1073-1082). 

6. Waltrami Episcopi Niirnburg. 
Liber de unitate Ecclesia) conser- 
vanda. 

6. Burchardi (Notarii Imperialis) 
Epistola de victoria et triumplio 
Friderici I. Imp. et Clade Medio- 
lanensium (1162). 

7. Godefridi (Monaclii ad S. Pan- 
taleonem) Annales (1162-1237). 

Tagenonis Descriptio expeditionis 
Asiaticae Frid. I. 

Friderici I. Epistola? qujedam, 
temporis Scliismatis inter Papas 
Victorem Pasclialemque et Rolan- 
dum scriptfB. 

Bappenheim (Matthaei Mares- 
clialci de) Chronica Australis 
antiqusB Excerptum (852-1327). 
Bappenheim Historia Australis 
(1276-1302) et Continuatio ad 
an. 1844. 

Clironicae Augustensis Excerpt. 
(873-1104) ; item Pars Chronica 
Monasterii SS. Udalrici et Airm 
apud Augustam Vindelicorum 
(1152-1265). 

Henrici Steronis Excerpta ex 
Chronica Coenobii de Altaich 
(1266-1300), cum App. Ulrici et 
Conradi Wellingorum Fratrum ad 
an. 1325. 

Henrici Monachi in Rebdorff 
Annales 1295-1363. 

Historia mortis Henrici VII. 

Ludovici Bavari Imp. Scripta 
publica. 

Chronicon Elwangensis Mona- 
sterii, excerpt, per praidict. Matt. 
Mareschalcum (1095-1477). 
Glossarium. 

2. — 1. Benvenuti de Rambaldis 
Liber Augustalis, sive Vitas Imp. 
a Julio Cacsare ad Wenceslaum 



11 



12. 



13 



tl4 
15 

16 



(1378) cum supplemento Mnese 
Sylvii ad Fridericum III. (1440). 
Vol. 2. — 2. .^neae Sylvii ad Alphonsum 
Sicilite Begem super connubio 
Frid. Ill, Imp. et Leonorae Lusi- 
tanffi, Oratio gratularia. 

3. Mozii (Jac.) Legati Frid. HI. 
coram Alphonso Rege Portugallife 
pro filia ejus Leonora Orationes 
(1451). 

4. ^neae Sylvii Oratio pro corona - 
tione Frid. III. et oratio ad Nico- 
laum V. P. R. ut Frid. in Turcos 
Passagium parantcm juvare velit. 

5. Quirini (Thadaeii, PatriciiVeneti) 
ad Frid. III. Roma a Coronatione 
venientem, nomine su^ Reipub- 
licaB Oratio gratul. 

6. Oratio pro Vicario Cremonae ad 
eundem Frid. III. adventantem, 
habita, an. 1452. 

7. Apostolii (Mich. Byzantini) Oratio 
Panegyrica Graeca ad Fridericum 
Imp. Aristonymi Byzantini no- 
mine scripta, circa 1457. 

t8. Nicolai Lanckmanni de Falcken- 
stein de Frid. III. et Eleonora 
Portugallia? reginae desponsatione, 
etc. ; turn de Maximiliani regis 
ejusque sororis Kunegundae nati- 
vitate. 
9. JEnepe Sylvii, de his, que Frid. 
III. imperante, in Germania, et 
per totam Europam memorabiliter 
gesta sunt, usque ad a 1458 Com- 
mentarius. 

10. Venturje de Perusio Pontani, de 
Sigismundi Ducis Austrife adventu 
ad Constantium civitatem a. 1459. 

11. Sigismundi Ducis Austrite, ejus- 
que advocati Gregorii Hcimburg. 
Appellatio et Apologia contra Cen- 
suram et Excommun. Pii II. P. R. 
an. 1460. 

12. Picolominaei (Jac. Cardinalis 
Papiensis) Narratio Historica de 
Leodiensiam Di.ssidio cinn Epi- 
scopo suo, Ludovico Ijorbonico, 
et de Leodii Civitatis cxcidio a. 
1468. Narratio Papiensis. 



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Frkheb — continued. 

Vol. 2. — 13. Incerti Auctoris Epistola de 
Caroli Burgundiae Ducis laudibus 
et ^•ictoriis, nee non Leodiensium 
clade et excidio. 

14. Picolominaei Narr. de Frid. III. 
Imp. in Italiam profectione votiva, 
et honorifico ad urbem adventu, 
quidque ibi cum Paulo II. P. R. 
a. 1469 egerit. 

15. Aug. Patricii de Comitiis Imperii 
sub Frid. III. Imp. apud Eatis- 
ponam celebratis a. 1471 Com- 
ment. 

16. Antonii (Joannis, Campani) ad 
Jacobmn Cardinalem Papiensem 
ex iisdem Comitiis, de rebus ibi 
gestis Epistolae familiares. 

17. Agricola (Eodulpb. Finsius) de 
Congiessu Frid. III. Imp. et Caroli 
Ducis Burgundiae apud Treverium 
a. 1474. 

18. Daubussonii (Petri, Rbodiorum 
militum Magist.) de servata urbe 
praesidioque suo, et insigni contra 
Tmx-as victoria Eelatio a. 1480. 

19. Sixti IV. P. E. Passagium sive 
Bulla exbortans piincipes Chris- 
tianos ad Sacram Expeditionem 
in Turcas suscipiendam, a. 1481. 

20. Mattbiae Corvini Hungar. et 
Bobem. Eegis Oratorum ad Prin- 
cipes Imp. Noribergae congreg. 
pro auxilio contra Turcas ferendo, 
Imploratio a. 1482. Ejusdem de 
denegata audientia et ope querela 
1483. 

t21. Jo, Tritbemii Historia belli 
Bavarici ex annalibus Hirsaugien- 
sibus. 

22. M. Ant. Torquati Prognosticon 
de Europae eversione, quod Mat- 
tbiae Eegi Hungariae direxit a. 
1480 usque ad a. 1538, eventibus 
insignioribus quos ibi praedixit, ad 
marginem annotatis. 

23. Apopbtbegmata Imperat. Ru- 
dolpbi, Caroli IV., Sigismundi, 
Alberti, Friderici III. per Poggium 
Florent. ^Eneam Sylrium, et 
Hem*. Bebebum consignata. 

24. Friderici III. Imp. Epistolae 
abquot. Ejusdem formula pre- 
cationis ad Deum. 

25. Hemi. Barbari, Leg. Veneti, 
Oratio Gratulatoria ad Fridericum 
III. et Maximibanum babita a. 
1486. 

26. Q. iEmyliani (Cimbriaci), En- 
comiasticon ad Fridericimi Imp. 
et Maximibanum I. Eeg. Eo- 
manor. Lib. V. quibus praecipue 
Electio praedicti Eegis, resque 



eorum gestte apud Brugas Fland. 
a. 1488 celebrantur. 

27. Wengeri (Conr.) de Bello inter 
Venetos et Sigismundum, Austriae 
Arcbiducem gesto a. 1487, Com- 
ment. 

28. Spangel (Pall.), Oratio extem- 
porabs babita ad Maximibanum 
Eom. Eegem anno 1489, nomine 
Universitatis Heidelbergensis. 

t29. Zasi (Udal.) ad emidem Oratio 
babita Univ. Friburg. nomine. 
80. Ma}-ni (.Jasonis) in. ilaximi- 
bani I. Eeg. Eoman. et Blancae 
Mariae Mediolani Vice-Comitis 
uuptiis Epitbalamion (1493). 

31. CoUenutii (Pandulfi, Legati 
Ducis Ferraria? ad Maximibanum 
Eom. Eegem) Oratio, dicta Ispru- 
cbis in auditorio Cssaris. 

32. Glareani (H.) ad Maximibanum 
I. Panegjiicon (1494). 

33. Litera? Credentials et instructio 
Ambasiatoris Eegis Poloniae, 
super irruptione Turcorum in eius 
dominimn, ad Conv. Principum 
sub Maximiliano Eege in Friburgo 
exbibitae, a. 1498. 

34. Privilegium et erectio Collegii 
Poetarum et Oratoram in Vienn. 
Gymnas. par Maximibanum Imp. 
a. 1501, cum Panegyricode eadeni 
re V. Longini (1502). 

35. Pici (.loannis Fr., ^lirandulae 
Domini) Staui'osticbon de Mys- 
teriis dominicae crucis passim in 
Germania delapsis a. 1503. 

36. Bebelii (Henr.) Ecloga trium- 
pbalis de victoria Maximibani 
contra Bobemos (1500). 

37. Heliani (Ludovici, Vercellensis, 
Francisci Legati) in conventu 
Germanorum Principum apud 
Augustum a. 1510 Oratio in 
Venetos invectiva. 

38. Coccmii (Micb. Tubingensis) de 
BeUo Maximibani Imp. cum 
Venetis gesto a. 1511 Comment. 

39. Valerian (.loann. Pieru) de 
honoribus D. Mattbjeo Langio 
Episcopo Gurzensi, etc. totius Ita- 
bffi Vicario, urbem ingredienti 
babitis a. 1512. Epistola ; item 
PanegjTis eidem Episcopo dicata 
per .J. F. Vitalem. Panonni- 
tanum. 

40. HieromTn (Xogaroli Comitis) 
ad Maximibanmn Aug. pro Vi- 
centinis Oratio babita ad ilium 
pro templi foribus, cam a Pata- 
^■ina obsidione Vicentiam venis 
set. 



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Fkeher — continued. 

Vol.2. — 41. Cuspiniani (Joann., Prrefecti 
Urbis Viennensis) Diarium de 
Congressu Maximiliani Imp. et 
trium Eegum HungariaB, Bohe- 
mia et Polonise, apud Viennam 
AustrifB, a. 1515. 

42. Bartholini (Eicardi) Hoda?po- 
ricon, sive Itinerarium Mattlifei 
Cardinalis Gurzeiisis, etc., quaeque 
in Conventu Maximiliani Imp. et 
Eegum Uladislai, Sigismmidi et 
Ludo\dci memoratu digna gesta 
sunt. 

43. Gravamina Nationis Germanicte 
contra Sedem Eomanam, cum 
remediis et avisamentis ad Maxi- 
milianum Imp, et cum eiusdem 
edicto. 

44. Wimphelingii (Jacobi, Selesta - 
diensis), de Germanicae Nationis 
et Imperii Gravaminibus contra 
Sedem et Curiam Eomanam, 
Tractatus. Ejusdem super eodem 
argumento contra ^EneaB Sylvii 
tractatum Eeplicfe (1515). 

45. Leonis X. P. E. Legatorum 
Oratio coram Maximiliano Imp. 
et Ordinibus Imperii pro colli- 
gendis Decimis in Expeditionem 
contra Turcas, a. 1519 ; et huic 
opposita Viri cujusdam clarissimi 
Dissuasoria, Ne Principes in 
DecimsB praestationem consen- 
tiant. 

46. Manlii (.Jacobi, Cassarei Histo- 
riog.) Narratio Epistolica duorum 
Actuum a. 1518, in urbe Augusta 
celebratorum. 

47. Fabri (F. Jacobi, August. Pra3- 
dic.) Oratio Funebris in deposi- 
tions Maximiliani I. Imp. in 
oppido Wels Austri^e. 

48. Sauromani (Georg.) ad Carolum 
V. Imp. et Ferdinandum, ger- 
manos, Oratio post Maximiliani- 
I. obitum. 

49. ^gydii (Petri) in eundem 
Threnodiae, cum Scholiis Spiegelii 
(1519). 

t50. Zasii (Udal.) Orationes in 

obitum Maxim, et Blancae Mariae. 

Vol. 3. — tl. Geo. Sabini de Caesaribus 

Germanicis Libri duo. Carmen 

Eleg. 

2. Ant. Panormitffi et Jann. Maneti 
Orationes in coronatione Friderici 
III., Eomse habitae. 

8. De Friderici III. Imp. in Italiam 
profectione votiva a. 1468 sus- 
cepta Narratio. 

4. Descriptio Electionis Maximi- 
liani I., Eegis Eomanorum a. 



1486 factas, itemque Coronationis 
Aquisgrani subsecutas. 
Vol. 3. — 5. Henrici VII. Angliae Eegis, ad 
Maximilianum Eegem, et Prin- 
cipes in Comitiis habitis Con,- 
fluentias a. 1492, Legatio cum 
eorundem Eesponsoria. 

6. Pirckheimeri (Bilib.) Bellum 
Suitense, seu Helveticum, Maxi- 
miliani I. Cfes. a. 1498, gest. 

7. Gliilini (.J. J.) Expeditio Italica 
a. 1497 a Maximiliano I, suscepta. 

8. Trithemii (Joannis) Belli Ba- 
varici, anno 1504 gesti, Historia. 

9. Zwinglii (Huld.) de gestis inter 
Gallos et Helvetios ad Eavennam, 
Papiam et alia loca, deque Con- 
ventu apud Thermas Helveticas, 
a. 1512, Eelatio. 

10. Marliani Aloysii Oratio in Co- 
mitiis Aurei Velleris, Serenissimi 
Caroli Eegis Catholici, a. 1517. 

11. Ziegleri (.Jac.) Attentata Chris- 
tierni 11. , Daniae Eegis, in Suecias 
Eegnum, et CrudeHtas perpetrata 
in Holmam, a. 1517. 

12. Acta Electionis Caroli V. 

18. Leonis X. P. E. Epistol® tres, 
super obitu Maximiliani I. Imp. 
et novi Electione facienda, ad 
Ludovicum Elect. Palat. a. 1519. 

14. Francisci, Eegis Francorum, 
Legatio ad Principes Electores 
Francofurdium missa pro suffra- 
ges ad Imperium conciliandis a. 
1519. 

15. Hermanni Com. Nuenarii, in 
eisdem Comitiis ad Senatum 
Electorum, pro Carolo electo Eege 
Eomanorum Oratio ; itemque ad 
ipsum Eegem Gratulatio. 

10. Jacobi Sobii, ad eundem Caesa- 
rem Exliortatoria, nobilibus apud 
Francofurdiam jubentibus. 

17. Principum Electorum Legatio 
ad Carolum Eegem Hispaniarum, 
Decretum Electionis ad Eomanum 
Imperium ei insinuans, cum Ee- 
sponsiva ejusdem Eegis. 

18. Flandriffi Ordinum Legatio ad 
Carolum Eegem, in Hispaniam 
edita per Stephanum Comitem 
Bellocassum. 

10. vEgydii (Petri) Hypotheses Spec- 
taculorum apud Antwerpiam in 
lionorem Caroli V. Ca^sai-is edi- 
torum. 

20. Gerh. Noviomagi Philippi a 
Burgundia (Philippi Burgundia; 
Ducis F.) Episcopi Ultrajectini 
vita et obitus ; item Edm. Dinteri 
Genealogia Ducum Burgundiae. 



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Frehek — contimied. 

Vol. 3. — 21. Criniti (Petri) Belli Rustieani 
in Germaaiiffi diversis paitibus an. 
1525 excitati, et a Magistratibus 
feliciter sedati, Historia. 

22. Atrociani (J.) de eadem Querela, 
Carmen Eleg. 

23. Hub. Thomse, Leodii, de eodem 
BeUo, Historia illo tempore de- 
seripta. 

24. H. Thomfe Historiola de Fran- 
cisci a Sickiiigen, equitis, rebus 
gestis, seu potius ausis, et cala- 
mitoso exitu. 

25. Servilii Conjuratio Geldro- 
Gallica in Civitatem Antwerpiam, 
duce Martino a Rosbeim, a. 1544. 

26. Francisci Regis Galliarum Ac- 
titata per Legates et Literas, cum 
Lnperii Principibus atque etiam 
separatim cum Foederatis Smal- 



kaJdicis in diversis Comitiis et 
aliter, 1534-1543. 
Vol. 3. — 27. Paulli Riccii Oratio de -s-itae 
emendatione, et bello in Turcas 
suscipiendo, a. 1544. 

28. Joacb. Camerarii, Smalkaldici 
Belli inter Carolum Y. Caes. et 
Protestantium Duces, a. 1546 
gesti, Origo, Progressus et Exitus, 
Gr. Lat. S. Stenii. 

29. M. Crusii de eodem Bello, et in 
eo superatis periculis parentum 
suorum Graeco-Latina Narratio. 

30. Sim. Stenii Vita Mauritii 
Saxonife Electoris, Gr. et Lat. 

31. Joacb. Camerarii Adnotatio 
Rerum praecipuanmi, 1550-1561. 

32. Julii Pfluglai et J. A. Yiperaiii 
Orationes in mortem Caroli Y. 
Lap. 

Lidex. 



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Galilei (Galileo) Opere, 13 vol. 8vo Milnno, 1808-11 



Vol. 1. Vita. 

Operazioni del Compasso. 
Annot. di Matt. Bernaggeri, 
Baltb. Caprffi Usus et Fabrica 
Circini. 
Vol. 2. Difesa contra B. Capra. 

Disc, intomo alle cose che stanno 

in su I'acqua, etc. 
Lettera di Tol. Nozzolini. 
Risposto al Sig. Xozzolini. 
Vol. 3. Disc. Apol. di L. delle Colombe. 
Considerazione di Vine. Grazia. 
Risposta alle due preced. 
Vol. 4. Delia Scienza Sleccanica. 
La Bilancetta. 

Annot. ed Osserv. di Mantovani, 
Castelli, e V. Viviani, intomo alia 
Bilancetta. 
ilodo di misurar con la vista. 
Vol. 5. Nuncius Sidereus. 
Vol. 6. 1st. e Dimost. int. aUe Macchie 
Solari. 



Yol. 6. De Maculis Solaribus. 

De Tribus Cometis anni 1618. 
Mar. Guiducci, Disc, delle Comete. 
H Saggiatore. 
Yol. 7. Lettere varie. 

Montuosita della Luna. Sopra I'uso 

del Cannocbiale, etc. 
Propos. di trovare le Longitudini. 
Operazioni Astronomiche. 
Trattato della Sfera. 
Yol. 8, 9. Discorsi, e Dimost. Matema- 
ticbe int. a 2 nuove Scienze att. 
aUa Meccanica. 
Trattato delle Resistenze, princ. da 
V. Viviani, comp. da Guido 
Grandi. 
Yol. 10. Lettere varie e Frammenti. 
Yol. 11, 12. Dialogbi su i Sistemi del 
Hondo, Considerazioni al Tasso, 
etc. 
Vol. 13. Lettere varie. 



Galton (Francis) Vacation Tourists and Notes of Travel in 1860 and 1861, ed. by F. 
Galton, witb Ten Maps, 3 vol. 8vo Camb. 1861-64 



Vol. l.-l. W. G. Clark, Naples and Gari- 
baldi. 

2. G. A. Spottiswoode, Tour in 
Croatia and through part of Hun- 
gary- 

8. Slavonic Races. 

4. A Gossip on a Sutherland Hill- 
side. 

5. C. C. Bowen, A Visit to Peru. 



Yol. 1.^ — 6. J.'J.CoweU, GraianAlps and 
Mount Iseran. 

7. Rev. L. Stephens, The AUelein 
Horn. 

8. F. Y. Hawkins, Partial Ascent of 
Mount Cei-vin. 

9. J. Tyndall, From Lauterbrunnen 
to the ^ggishom. 



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Galton (Francis) — continued. 

Vol. 1.— 10. J. W. Clark, Yacht Voyage ' 
to the Faroe Islands and Iceland. \ 

11. H. F. Tozer, Norway. 

12. The Editor, Visit to North 
Spain. 

13. Hon. E. Noel, Syrian Travel 
and Syrian Tribes. 

Vol. 2. — 1. Weir, St. Petersburg and 
Moscow. 

2. Marshall, The Country of Scha- 
myl. 

3. Tozer, The Monks of Mount 
Athos. 

4. Young, The Amazon and Eio 
Madeira. 

5. Collin son. Nine Weeks in 
Canada. 

6. Sclater, A Naturalist's Impres- 
sions of Spain. 

7. Geikie, Geological Notes on 
Auvergne. 

8. Seemann, Fiji and its Inhabi- 
tants. 

9. Durrant, The Kru Coast. 



Vol. 2.— 10. Grove, Nabloos and the 
Samaritans. 

11. J. M., Christmas in Monte- 
negro. 
Vol. 8. Tristram (Eev. H. B.) A Winter's 
Eide in Palestine. 

Bertram (James G.) Fish Culture in 
France. 

Kennedy (C. M.) The Turks of Con- 
stantinople, 

Gordon (Lady Duff) Letters from 
the Cape. 

Clark (W. Geo.) Poland. 

Powell (David) The Eepubhc of 
Paraguay. 

Tyrwhitt (Eev. E. St. John) Sinai. 

Lubbock (Mrs.) Ancient Shell- 
Mounds of Denmark. 

Mayo (Charles) The Medical Service 
of the Federal Army. 

Grieve (Eev. W. T.) The Church 
and People of Servia. 

Gordon (Hon. A.) Wilderness Jour- 
neys in New Brunswick. 



Geddes (Michael, LL.D.) Miscellaneous Tracts, fSrcl edit. 3 vol. 8vo 1730 



Vol. 1. History of the Expulsion of the 
Moriscos out of Spain. 

Wars of the Commons of Castile in 
the reign of Charles V. 

View of the Spanish Cortes. 

Account of the MSS. and Eeliques 
found in Granada, 1588. 

View of the Inquisition of Portugal. 

Spanish Protestant Martyrology. 
Vol. 2. Dissertation on the Papal Su- 
premacy. 

The Pope's Behaviour towards Por- 
tugal. 

Mistakes in the Eoman Martyro- 
logy. 

Legend of St. James of Compo- 
stella. 

Catastrophe of Antonio Perez. 



Vol. 2. On the Canons of the Council 

of Sardica. 
Vol. 3. That various Doctrines of the 

Church of Eome were not known 

in the Spanish Church. 
Methods by which the E. Church 

keeps her People from coming to 

the knowledge of her Errors. 
Life of Maria de Jesus of Agreda, a 

Spanish Nun. 
Schisms which have been in the 

Eomish See. 
Orders of Monks and Fryars in the 

E. Church. 
Essay on Countries, etc., by which 

the Eoman Empire was pulled 

down. 



Goethe (J. W. von) Sammtliche Werke, 36 vol. in 18, 12mo Stuttg. 1867 



Vol. 1. Einleitung von Goedeke. 

Lieder. 

Balladen. 
. Elegien, etc. 
Vol. 2. Sonnette. 

Vermischte Gedichte. 

Kunst. 

Parabolisch. 

Epigrammatisch . 

Politica. 

Gott und Welt. 

Chinesisch-Deutsche, etc. 
Vol. 3. Hermann und Dorothea, 

Achilleis. 

Eeineke Fuchs. 



Vol. 4. Gotz von Berlichingen. 

Egmont. 

Clavigo. 
Vol. 5. Faust. 
Vol. 6. Iphigenie auf Tauris. 

Torquato Tasso. 

Die natiirliche Tochter. 

Elpenor. • 

Vol. 7. Leiden des jungen Werthers. 

Briefe aus der Schweiz. 

Brief eines Landgeistlichen. 

Zwei biblische Fragen. 

Die Wahlverwandtschaften. 
Vol. 8-10. Wilhelm Meister's Lehrjahre 
und Wanderjahre. 



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Goethe (J. W. von) — continued. 

Vol. 8-10. Reise der Sohne Megaprazons. 
Die guten W'eiber. 
Novelle. 
Vol. 11, 12. Ausmeinem Leben : Wabr- 

beit und Dicbtung. 
Vol. 13. Spriicbe in Reimen und Prosa. 

Etbiscbes. 
Vol. 14. West-Ostliclier Divan in XII. 

Biichem. 
Vol. 15. Alles an Personen und zu fest- 
licben Gelegenbeiten Gedicbtete. 
Vol. 16. Die Lamie des Verbebten. 

Die Mitscbiildigen. 

Neueroffnetes Puppenspiel. 

Plundersweilem. 

Pater Brei. 

Satyros. 

Babrdt. 

Gotter, Helden und Wieland. 

Prometheus. 

Kunstlers ErdewaUen und Apo- 
tbeose. 

Triumph der Empfindsamkeit. 

Die Vogel. 
Vol. 17. Claudine von Villa Bella. 

Erwin imd Elmire. 

•Jeri mid Batch. 

Lila. 

Die Fischerin. 

Scherz, List imd Rache. 

Die ungleieben Hausgenossen. 

Zauberflote, 2ter Tbeil, Fragment. 

Cantaten. 
Vol. 18. SteUa. 

Die Geschwister. 

Der Gross-Copbta. 

Der Biirgergeneral. 

Die Aufgeregten. 

Des Epimenides Erwachen. 

Pandora. 
Vol. 19, 20. Itaheniscbe Reise. 

Itahen. 

Fragmente. 
Vol. 21. Campagne in Frankreich, 1792. 

Belagerung von Mainz. 

Unterbaltungen. 

Ausgewanderten. 
Vol. 22. Schweizerreise, 1797. 

Reise am Rhein, Main und Necker, 
1814-15. 
Vol. 23. Annalen, oder Tag- und Jahres- 
hefte, 1749-1822. 

Biographische Einzelnheiten. 
Vol. 24, 25. Benvenuto Celhni. 

Diderot. 

Rameau's NefFe. 

Diderot's Versucli iiber die Malerei, 
Vol. 26. Winckehnann. 

Hackert. 



: Vol. 26. Einl. in die Propylaen. 
Ueber Laokoon. 

Der Sammler und der Seinigen. 
Ueber Wahrheit und Wabrschein- 

hcbkeit der Kunstwerke. 
Philostrats Gemalde. 
Antik und Modem. 
Vol. 27. Femeres iiber Kunst. 
Vol. 28. Deutsche Literatur. 

Recensionen in die Frankfurter 

Anzeigen. 
Recens. in die Jenaiscbe Literatur- 
zeitung. 
Vol. 29. Auswartige Literatur vmd VoLks- 
poesie. 
Altgriechische Literatur. 
Franzosische Literatur. 
Enghsche Literatur. 
Itahanische Literatur. 
Orientahsebe Literatur. 
Volkspoesie. 
Vol. 30. Gottfried von Berhcbmgen. 
Iphigenie in Prosa. 
Erwin und Elmire in der friihesten 

Gestalt. 
Claudine von Villa Bella, desgl. 
Zwei altere Scenen aus dem .lahr- 

marktsfest zu Plundersweileni. 
Hanswurst's Hoehzeit. 
Parahpomena zu Faust. 
Zwei Teufelchen und Amor. 
Fragmente einer Tragodie. 
Die natiirhche Tochter. 
Schema der Fortsetzung. 
Pandora, desgl. 
Nausikaa. 
Vol. 31. Gotz von Berhchingen fiir die 
Biihne. 
Die Wette, ein Lustspiel. 
Mahomet. 
Tancred. 

Ueber Theater und dramatische 
Poesie. 
Vol. 32. Bildung und Unbildung orga- 
nischer Naturen. 
Die Metamorphose der Pflanzen. 
Osteologie. 
Beitriige zur Optik. 
Vol. 33, 34. Zur Farbenlehre. 
Vol. 35. Materiahen zur Gescbichte der 

Farbenlehre 
Vol. 36. Naturwissenschafthche Einzeln- 
heiten. 
Mineralogie und Geologie. 
Meteorologie. 

Zur Xaturwissenschaft im Allge- 
meinen. 



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GoLDASTUs (Melch.) Alamaniiicarum rerum 

Vol. l.-l. Hepidanni Coenobitee Annales. 
Eatperti Turegiensis Historia et 

Casus. 
Ekkehardi junioris Historia et Casus. 
Burckhardi Monaclii Historia et 

Casus. 
Cunradi Fabariensis Presbyteri His- 
toria et Casus. 
Cuiiradi Catalogus Abbatum S. 

Galli. 
Anonymi de Officialibus Dominis 

Principiis S. Galli. 
Bertlioldi Monaclii Annotatio de 

Abbatibus S. Galli. 
Joacli. Vadiani Chronologia. 
N. de Tiufburg Epliemerides. 
J. Georgii Tibiani Panegyricon. 
2. Walafridi Strabi Augiensis de Vita 

S. Galli et de Vita S. Othmari. 
Isonis Magistri de Miraculis S. 

Otbmari. 
S. Theodori Eremitae Campidonen- 

sis de Vita S. Magni. 
Ermenrici Elewangensis Supple- 

meiitum. 
S. Findaiii Confessoris Historia. 
Hepidanni junioris de Vita S. Wi- 

boradfe, 
Ekkehardi Minimi de Vita B. Not- 

keri Balbuli. 
S. Fridolini Confessoris Historia. 
Genealogia Comitum Kyburgensium 

et Dilingensium. 

Vol. 2.-1. Lex Alamannorum. 

Cliartarum Centuria. 

GoLDONi (Carlo) Opere, 50 vol. sm. 8vo .... 

COMMEDIE. 

Vol. 1. II Teatro Comico. 

La Bottega del Caffe. 

L' AvA'enturiere onorato. 

La Loeandiera. 
Vol. 2. Pamela fanciulla. 

Pamela maritata. 

La Vedova scaltra. 

La Famiglia dell' Antiquario. 
Vol. 3. n vero Amico. 

L' Avs'ocato Veneziano. 

II Padre di Famiglia. 

II Cavaliere e la Dama. 
Vol. 4. II Bugiardo. 

Gli Amori di Zelinda e Lindoro. 

Le Gelosie di Lindoro. 

Le Inquietudini di Zelinda. 
Vol. 6. II Ventaglio. « 

Le Smanie della Villeggiatura. 

Le Awen. della Villeggiatura. 

II Kitorno della Villeggiatura. 
Vol. 6. La Cameriara brillante. 

L' Avaro fantoso. 

La Serva amorosa. 



Scriptores aliquot vetusti, 3 vol. in 1, fol. 

Franco/. IGOG 

Vol. 2. J. Vadiani Epistola de obscuris 
Verborum Significationibus. 

Euodeperti Magistri Epistolse. 

Eabani Mauri Abbatis Fuldensis 
libelli. 

Walafridi Strabi Collectiones. 

Keronis Monacbi S. Galli Interpre- 
tatio Verborum Alamannicorum. 

Anonymi Catalogus Nominum pro- 
priorum apud Alamannos. 

2. Eemedii Curiensis Episcopi Ca- 
nones. 

Notingi Constantiensis Episcopi 
Canones. 

Anonymi Symbolum Apostolicum. 

Anonymi Confessio. 

Anonymi Litania. 

Anonymi Benedictiones. 

Anonymi Fraternitates. 

Anonymi Anniversarii. 
Vol. 3. J. Vadiani Sanctgallensis Far- 
rago Antiquitatum Alamannica- 
rum, sive de Collegiis et Monas- 
teriis Germanise veteribus, etc. 

B. Schebingeri, Additiones ad Va- 
diani Farrag. 

J. Commandri Epistobe. 

J. Vadiani liber de Christianismi 
setatibus. 

J. Vadiani Epistola de conjugio ser- 
vorum apud Alamannos. 

J. Zuicbii Epistolse. 

L. Judae E pistol® de Divortio. 

J. Kesleri Sanctgallensis Biblio- 
theca. 



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Vol. 6. L' Osteria della posta. 
Vol. 7. La Moglie saggia. 

II 'Feudatario. 

II Burbero benefico. 

La Putta onorata. 
Vol. 8. La buona Moglie. 

La finta Ammalata. 

La Guerra. 

La Burla retrocessa. 
Vol. 9. II Tutore. 

Le Feminine puntigliose. 

Gli Innamorati. 

Da Donna Volubile. 
Vol. 10. L' Adulatore. 

La Scozzese. 

Un curioso Accidente. 

II Torquato Tasso. 
Vol. 11. II Cavaliere di buon gusto. 

II Servitore di due Padroni. 

La Donna di Maneggio. 

II Moliere. 
Vol. 12. L' Amore paterno. 

II Prodigo. 

La Figlia ubbidiente. 



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GoLDONi (Carlo) — continued. 

Vol. 12. La Domaa stravagante. 
Vol. 13. II Matrimonio per concorso. 

II Raggiratore. 

La Donna di Garbo. 

La PupiUa. 
Vol. li. I 5lercanti. 

Le Donne curiose. 

I Malcontent!. 
La Donna forte. 

Vol. 15. H Poeta fianatico. 

II Vecchio bizzarro. 
II Frappatore. 

La Vedova spiritosa. 
Vol. 16. La Buona Famiglia. 

La Villeggiatura. 

La Castalda. 

II Medico Olandese. 
Vol. 17. La Donna di testa debole. 

La Donna vendicativa. 

II Contrattempo, o sia il Cbiac- 
cbierone imprudente. 

La Seuola di BaUo. 
Vol. 18. L' Erede fortunata. 

La Madre amorosa. 

La Donna bizzarra. 

H Ricco insidiato. 
Vol. 19. L' Amante nulitare. 

L' Impostore. 

L' Amante di se medesimo. 

La Sposa sagace. 
Vol. 20. L' Uomo di mondo. 

L' Impresario deUe Smime. 

H Padre per amore. 

La Griselda. 
Vol. 21. L' Avaro. 

H Geloso Avaro. 

La buona Madre. 

n Filosofo Inglese. 
Vol. 22. La Banca rotta. 

I Pettegolezzi della Donne. 

H Cavalier Giocondo. 

La Peru^dana. 
Vol. 23. L' Uomo prudente. 

La Dama prudente. 

La Bella Selvaggia. 

Lo Spiiito di Contradizione. 
Vol. 24. II Giuocatore. 

I pimtigli Domestic!. 
La Dakaatina. 

II Campiello. 
Vol. 25. L' Incognita. 

I Rustegbi. 

n Festino. 

H Terenzio. 
Vol. 26. I due Gemelli Veneziani. 

La Sposa Persiana. 

Ircana in .Julfa. 

Ircana in Ispaan. 
Vol. 27. GH Amanti Timidi. 

Le Donne gelose. 

Le Massere. 

La Donna di Govemo. 



Vol. 28. Cbi la fa V aspetta. 
Sior Todero Brontolon. 
Le Morbinose. 

I Morbinosi. 

Vol. 29. Le Donne di buon uinore. 

La Casa nova. 

Le Donne di Casa soa. 

La Donna Sola. 
Vol. 30. Le Baruffe Chiozzotte. 

Una delle ultime Sere di Camovale. 

L' Apatista, ossia 1' Indifferente. 

n Cavalier di spirito. 

Drammi. 

Vol. 31. La beUa Giorgiana. 
Rosmonda. 
H Mercato di Malmentile. 

II Filosofo di Campagna. 
Lucrezia Romana. 

Vol. 32. Rinaldo di Mont' Albano. 

Don Giovanni Tenorio. 

H Disinganno in Corte. 

Gli Amori d' Alessandro. 

Gli Uccellatori. 
Vol. 33. Belisario. 

II Monte Pamaso, Introduzione. 

Zoroastro. 

La Metempsicosi, ossia la Pitagorica 
Transmigrazione. 

Giustino. 
Vol. 34. Enea nel Lazio. 

Artimisia. 

Enrico. 

II Coro delle Muse. 

La Pelarina. 

L' Amore della Patria. 
Vol. 35. II Genio buono e il Genio eat- 
tivo. 

L' Oracolo del Vaticano. 

H Talismano. 

La Ninfa saggia. 

H Re alia Caceia. 

Gli Amanti felici. 

La Pupilla. 

Le Quattro Stagioni. 
Vol. 36. n Gondoliere. 

La Birba. 

L' Amante Cabala. 

Amor fa 1' uomo cieco. 

Amore artigiano. 

H quartiere fortunate. 

Amore contadino. 

La favola de' tre Gobbi. 
Vol. 37. Amore in caricatura. 

Monsieur Petiton. 

Le Nozze. 

L' Ippocondriaco. 

I Volponi. 

II Filosofo. 

La Bella Verita 
Vol. 38. Le Virtuose ridicole. 
L' Arcadia in Brenta. 



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GoLDONi (Carlo) — continued. 

Vol. 38. La Diavolessa. 

Calamita de' Cuori. 

Le Donne vendicate. 
Vol. 39. La Notte critica. 

Aristide. 

Bertoldo, Bertoldiuo, e Cacasenno. 

II finto Principe. 

La Bottega del Caffe. 

La Contessina. 
Vol. 40. L' Unzione di Davidde. 

Pisistrato. 

Germondo. 

Gustavo Vasa. 

Oronte. 

Vittorina. 
Vol. 41. II Festino. 

Filosofia ed Amore. 

De gustibus non est disputandum. 

La Buona Figliuola. 

Statira. 
Vol. 42. La Buona Figliuola maritata. 

La Conversazione. 

La Mascherata. 

Lo Speziale. 

La Scuola Moderna. 

La Fondazione di Venezia. 
Vol. 43. La Kitornata di Londra. 

Gr^vius (J. G.), Thesaurus Antiquitatum 

Vol. 1. — 1. Ferrarius (0.), De Origine 
Eomanorum. 

2. Manutius (P.), De Civitate. 

3. Sigonius (C), De Antiquo Jure 
Civium. 

4-5. Panvinius (0.), De Civitate ; et 

de Imperio. 
6. Manutius (P.), De Comitiis. 
7-8. Gruchius (N.), De Comitiis, et 

Eesponsio ejus ad Sigonii Eepre- 

hensiones. 

9. Sigonius. (C), De binis Comitiis, 
etc. 

10. Gruchii (N.) ad post. Sigonii 
Disput. Eefutatio. 

11. Sigonius (C). De Lege Curiata, 
etc. 

12. Manutius (P.), De Senatu. 

13. Zamoscius (J. S.), De Senatu. 
Vol. 2. — 1. Manutius (P.), De Legibus. 

2. Augustinus (A.), De Legibus. 
3-5. Sigonius (C), De Antiquo Jure 

Italise ; de Antiquo Jure Provin- 

ciarum ; et de Judiciis. 
6. Siccama (S. T.), De Centumvirali 

Judicio. 
7-9. Hottomanus (F.), De Magis- 

tratibus ; de Senatu et Senatus- 

Consultis ; et de Formulis anti- 

quis. 
10. Eigaltii (N.) Ismaelis Bullialdi, 

et Henrici Valesii, Observationes 

de Populis Fundis. 



Vol. 43. La Donna di Govemo. 

II Negligente. 

Le Pescatrici. 

II Paese della Cuccagna. 
Vol. 44. I Bagni di Abano. 

I portentosi Effetti della Madre 
Natura. 

L' Isola disabitata. 

II Viaggiatore ridicolo. 
II Signor Dottore. 

Vol. 45. II Mondo della Luna. 

II Conte Caramella. 

Buovo d' Antona. 

II Mondo a rovescio, ossia le Donne 
che comandano. 

La Cascina. 
Vol. 46. Arcifanfano Ee dei Matti. 

La Fiera di Sinigaglia. 

La finta Semplice. 

La Gara fra la Commedia e la 
Musica. 

Le Bourru Bienfaisant. 

L' Astuzia Felice. 



Vol. 47. Componimenti diversi. 

Vol. 48-50. Memorie. 

Le Bourru bienfaisant. — Drama, Theatre. 

Eomanarum, 12 vol. fol. ...Lugd. Bat. 1699 

Vol. 2. — 11. Sigonius (C), DeNominibus 

Eom. 
12. Panvinius (0.), De Nominibus 

Eom. 
13-14. Castalio (J.), De Feminarum 

Prffinom. Disputatio ; et Com- 
ment, de ant. Puerorum Prseno- 

minibus. 
Vol. 3.— 1-2. Eobortellus (Fr.), De Pro- 

vinciis ; de Judiciis, et omni Con- 

suetudine Causas agendi apud 

Eomanos, 
3. Eabirius (J.), De Hastis et Auc- 

tionibus. 
4-5. Eobortellus (F.), De Magistra- 

tibus Imp. ; de Gradibus Honorum 

et Magistratuum. 
0-7. Pancirollus (G.), De Magistrat. 

Municipalibus ; et de Corporibus 

Artificum. 
8-9. Eufus (S.) et P. Victor, De 

Eegionibus Urbis. 

10. Marliani (B.) Urbis Topo- 
graphia, cum notis Ursini. 

11. Panvinii (0.) Antiouae Urbis 
Imago. 

12. Pancirolli (G.) Urbis Descriptio, 
etc. 

13. Fabricii (G.) Descriptio Urbis. 

14. Donati (A.) Eoma vetus ac 
recens. 

Vol. 4. — 1. Nardini (F.) Eoma vetus. 
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C. Cestii ; et de Latere ex iEdificii 
veteris Ruderibus eruto. 
Vol. 4. — 4. Vossius(I.), De Antiqua Urbis 
Magnitudine. 

5. Borrichius (0.),De Antiqua Urbis 
Facie. 

6. Frontinus (S. J.), De Aquseducti- 
bus Urbis. 

7. Fabrettus (R.), De Aquis et Aquae- 
ductibus. 

8. Chifletii (J.) Aqua Virgo, Fons 
celeberrimus. 

9. Holsteuii (L.) Comment, in Vet. 
Pictm-am Nymphaeum. 

10. Ciacconii (P.) Columns Rostratae 
Inscrip. Explicatio. 

11. Antiquse Inscriptionis, fL.) Sci- 
pionis Elogium, etc., Explanatio. 

12-13. Castalio (J.), De Templo 
Pacis, etc. ; Explic. ad Inscript. 
Augusti, in Basi Obelisci, etc. 

14-15. Bargaei (P. A.) De priv. pub- 
lic. ^Edificiorum Urbis E versoribus 
Epist. ; et Commeutarius de Obe- 
lisco. 

16. Castalionis (J.) De Columna 
Antonini Comment. 

17. Fragmenta Vestigii veteris 
Romae, etc. et cum notis Bellorii. 

18. Cruylii (L.) Descriptio Facie 
variorum Locorum Urbis Romae, 
in XV. tabulis. 

Vol. 5. — 1. Gutherius (J.), De veteri Jure 
Pontificio. 
2-3. Bosius (.J. A.), De Pontifice 
Maximo Romas ; et de Pontificatu 
Max. Imperat. Rom. 

4. De la Chausse (M. A. C), De In- 
signibus Pontificis Maximi, etc. 

5. Niphus (A.) De Augm-iis. 

6-10. Bulengerus (J. C), De Sorti- 
bus ; de Auguriis et Auspiciis ; 
de Omnibus ; de Prodigiis ; et de 
Terrae Motu et Fn] minibus. 

11. Belli (J. B.) De Partibus TempU 
Augustalis. 

12. Valerianus (.J. P.), De Fulminum 
Significationibus. 

13. Lipsius (J.), De Vesta et Vestali- 
bus Syntagma. 

14. Spanhemius (E.), De Nummo 
Sm^Tnaeorum, seu de Vesta et 
Prjitanibus Graeconun. 

15. Alcandri (H.) Tabulae Heliacae 
Explicatio. 

16. De la Cbausse (M. A. C.) De- 
onun Simulacra, Idola, etc. 

17-19. Hansenius (J. B.), Trelierius 
(S.) et Puteanius (E.), De Jureju- 
rando Veterum. 

20. Boxbomii (M. Z.) Quaestiones 
Romanae de Ritibus. 



j Vol. 5. — 21. Plutai'chi Quaestiones Ro- 
j manae. 

Vol. 6.— 1. Ferrarius (F. B.), De Veterum 
Acclamationibus et Plausu. 
I 2. Berthaldus (P.), De Ara. 

I 3, Bacchinus (B.), De Sistris 

' eorumque Figuris. 

I 4. Sagittarius (C.), De Januis Vete- 

I rum. 

5-8. Bayfius (L.), A. Rubeuius, et 

0. Ferrarius, De Re Vestiaria. 
9-10. Donius (J. B.) et Bartolinus 

(B.) De Paenula. 
11-13. Manutius (Aldus), De Toga ; 
de Tunica ; et de Tibiis Veterum. 

14. Raynaudus (T.), De Pileo, caete- 
risque capitis tegminibus tam 
sacris quam profanis. 

Vol. 7. — 1: Streinnius (R.), De Gentibus 
et Familiis Rom. 

2. Augustinus (A.), De Familiis 
Rom. 

3. Ursini (F.) Familiae Rom. no- 
biliores. 

4. Pancirolli (G.) Xotitia Diguita- 
tum utriusque Imperii. 

5. Chimenteliii (V.) Marmor Pisa- 
num de Honore Bisellii. 

Vol. 8. — 1. Vetus Kalendarium Roma- 

num. 
2. Ciacconii (P.) Notae in eundem. 
8. Ursini (F.) Notas ad Kalendariiuai 

Famesianiun. 

4. Kalendarii Fragmentum Gapra- 
nic. 

5. Siccamae (S.) Comment, in Fastos 
Kalendares. 

6. Vetus Kalendarium, praefix. ad 
Fastos Ovidii. 

7. Kalendarium Rom. sub Imp. Con- 
stantio, circa a.d. 354. 

8. Lambecii Notas in Kalendarium 
vetus. 

9. Dempsteri ( T.) Kalendarium Rom. 

10. Petavii (D.) Kalendarium vet. 

11. Gassendi (P.) Kalendarium 
Rom. expositum. 

12. Viola (P.), Devet, et nov. Rom. 
Temporum Ratione. 

13-14. Junius (H.), De Annis et 
Mensibus ; et Fastorum Liber. 

15. Lalamantius (J.), De Anno Rom. 

16. Christmannus (M. J.), De Kalen- 
dario Rom. 

17. RoborteUus (F.), De Mensium 
Appellatione. 

18-21. ScaHger (J.), D. Petavius, 
S. Petitus, et W. Langius, De 
vetere Anno Rom. 

22. Puteani (E.) De Bissexto Liber. 

23. Taffinus (P.), De vet. Rom. Anno 
seculari. 



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Gr^vius (J. (j.)— continued. 

Vol. 8.-24. Puteanus (E.), DeNundinis 
Rom. 

25. Tholosani G. Syntag. Juris de 
Nundinis et Mercatibus. 

26. Belli (J. B.) Diat. de Pharsalici 
Conflictus Mense et Die. 

27-28. Morestelli (Petri) Philomu- 
sus, sive de triplici Anno Rom. ; 
et Alypius, sive de prise. Rom. 
Feriis. 

29. Bulengerus (J. C), De Tributis 
et Vectigalibus. 

30. Contarenus (V.), De Frumeu- 
taria Largitione. 

31. Scliefferi (J.) Dissertatio de 
novis Tabulis. 

32. Brissonius (B.), De Ritu Nuptia- 
rum. 

33-85. Hotmani (A.) De'Ritu Nup- 

tiarmn ; de Sponsalibus, etc., etc. ; 

de Spuriis et Legitimatione. 
36-37. Meursius (J.) et S. Kobierz- 

kius, De Luxu Roman. 
38. Maderus (J. J.), De Coronis, 

Nuptiarum praesertim sacris et 

profanis. 
Vol. 9. — 1. Panvinius (0.), De Ludis Cir- 

censibus. 

2. Bulengerus (J. C), De Circo Lu- 
disque Circensibus. 

3. Panvinius (0.), De Ludis seculari- 
bus. 

4. Mariscottus (A.), De Personis et 
Larvis. 

5. Freheri (M.) Cecropistromacliia, 
antiqua duelli Gladiatorii Sculp- 
tura, etc. 

6. Lipsii (J.) Saturnales Sermones, 
de Gladiatoribus. 

7. Lipsius (J.), De Ampliitheatro. 

8. Panvinius (0.), De Triumpho. 
Vol. 10.— 1. Bergier (N.), De Pub. et 

Milit. Imperii Viis. 

2. Henninii (H. C.) NotsB ad Ber- 
gierium. 

3. Patricii (F.) Res Militaris Ro- 
mana. 

4. Hyginus et Polybius, de Castris 
Romanis, cum notis Schelii. 

5-18. Schelius (R. H.), De Sacra- 
men tis ; de Custodia Castrorum ; 
de Stipendio Militari ; de Sti- 
pendio Equestri ; de Stipendio 
Ductorum ; de Die Stipendii ; de 
Frumento et Veste ; de Tribute 
et jErario ; de Praeda ; de Victu 
Militum ; de Itinere ; de Agmine 
Polybiano ; de Agmine Vespa- 
siani ; et de Coliortibus Legionis 
antiqusB. 

10. Salmasius (CI.), De Militari 
Rom. 



Vol. 10.— 20-21. Boeclerus (J. H.) et 
F. ^obortellus De Legionibus 
Rom. 
22-23. Puteanus (E.), V. Contarenus 
De Stipendio Militari. 

24. Causeus (M. A.), De Signis Mili- 
taribus. 

25. Ramus (P.), De Militia C. Julii 
Caesaris. 

Vol. 11.— 1. Spanhemii (E.) Orbis Ro- 
manus. 

2. Pighii (S. V.) Fasti Magistra- 
tuum. 

3. Labbe (P.), Fasti Consulares Ida- 
tiani. 

4. Prosperi (T.) Chronicon integrum. 

5. Anonymi Fasti Consulares. 

6. Anonymus, De Praefectis Urbis. 

7. Epistola Consularis, auctore H. 
Noris. 

8. Ursatus (S.), De Notis Rom. 

9. Savotus (L.), De Numinis An- 
tiquis. 

10-11. Rubenius (A.), De Gemma 

Tiberiana et Augustea ; et de 

Urbibus Neocoris. 
12. Freherus (M.), De Re Mone- 

taria, etc. 
13-14. Cenalis (R.) et Paetus (L.), 

De Mensuris et Ponderibus. 

15. Prisciani (C.) et Variorum Libri 
de Nummis, Ponderibus, Mensu- 
ris, Numeris, eorumque Notis. 

16. Sardi (A.) De Nummis Liber. 
Vol. 12.-1. Butius (V.), De calido, fri- 

gido et temperate Antiquorum 
Potu. 

2. Bulengerus (J. C), De Conviviis. 

3. Puteani (E.) Reliquiae Convivii 
prisci. 

4. Baccius (A.), De Tbermis Vete- 
rum. 

5. Robortelli (F.) Laconici seu Su- 
dationis, etc., Explicatio. 

6. Tiu-rigii (F. M.) Not® ad vetust. 
Ursi Togati, Inscription em. 

7. Lipenii (M.) Strenarum Historia. 
8-9. Meibomius (M.) et C. Opelius, 

De Fabrica Triremium. 

10. C. Opelius, De Fabrica Tri- 
remium. 

11. Vossius (I.), De Triremiimi et 
Liburnicarum Constructione. 

12. Thomasinus (J. P.), De Donariis 
ac Tabellis votivis. 

13. Alsarius (V.), De Invidia et 
Fascino Veterum. 

14. Schefferus (J.), De Antiquorum 
Torquibus. 

15. De la Chausse (M. A. C), De 
Vasis, Bullis, Armillis, Fibulis, 
Amiulis, Clavibus, Tesseris, Sly- 



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lis, Strigilibus, Guttis, Pliialis | Vol. 

lacrimatoriis, etc. ' 

Vol. 12.— 10. Ferrarius (0.), De Vet. ; 
Luceniis Sepulcralibus. 

17. Pieturje autiqu^e Sepiilcbii Na- j 

souiorura in Via Flaminia ; a P. j 

Sancto Bartolo et P. Bellorio. ' 

Gb^vius (J. G.), Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Italiae, 9 vol. in 30 Lugd. Bat. 

1704-23 



12.— 18-19. Gutherius (J.), De Jure 
Manium ; et Choartius Major, vel 
de Orbitate toleranea. 

20. MoresteUi (P.) Pompa Feralis, 
sive justa Funebria Veterum. 



Vol. 1, pt. 1. Barrius (G.) De Laudibus 

Italife. 
Cascella (P. L.) De Primis Italiae 

Colonis. 
Bracellii (J.) Orae Ligustica> De- 

scriptio ; et de Claris Genuensibus 

Libellus. 
Merulfe (G.) De Gallormn Cisalp. 

Antiq. ac Origiiie. 
Castillionei (B.) De Gallorum lusu- 

brium Antiquis Sedibus. 
Folietffi (U.) Historia Genuensium. 
Vol. 1, pt. 2. Folietae (U. i Clarorum Li- 

gurum Elogia ; Conjuratio Joarmis 

Ludov. Flisci ; Tumultus Xeapo- 

litani ; Caedes P. L. Famesii, 

Placentiae Ducis ; de Sacro Foe- 

dere in Selimum. 
Ejusdem Varije Expeditiones in 

African!, cum Obsidione MeKtae ; 

et Opuseula octo varii argument!. 
Bracellus (J.) De Bello inter His- 

panos et Genuenses. 
Bonfadii (J.) Annales Genuenses 

(1528-1550). 
Marinis (H.) Genua, sive Dominii, 

Gubemationis, etc., Reipub.Genu- 

ensis comp. Descriptio. 
Bizarus (P.) De Reipubl. Genuensis 

Statu ; et Leges Nov^e Reipublicae 

Genuensis. 
Vol. 2, pt. 1. Alciati (A.) Historia Me- 

diolanensis. i 

Calcbi (T.) Historia Mediol. 
Ripamontii (Jos.) Historia Mediola- 

nensis ab A.S. 813. ! 

Vol. 2, pt. 2. Ripamontii (J.) Historiae 1 

Mediol. Continuatio. '■ 

Capella (G. ) De Bello Mediolanensi 

(1521-1530). 
Carolus a Basilicapetr., De Metro- i 

poli Mediolanensi. ! 

Vol. 3, pt. 1. Merulae (G.) Antiquitates 

Vicecomitum Mediol. 
Jovii (P.) Vitffi Vicecomitimi Me- 

diolan. 
Castellionaei (J. A.) Antiquitates 

Mediolanenses. 
Sacci (B.I Historia Ticinensis. 
Zancbius (J. C.) De Orobiorum, sive 

Cenomanarum, Origine, etc. 
VUlanovie (J. B.) Laudis Pompejae, 



sive Laudae (nunc Lodi) Urbis 

Historia. 
Vol. 3, pt. 2. Morenae (0.) et Acerbi 

Othonis F. Historia Rerum Lau- 

densium. 
Puteani (E.) Historia Cisalpina. 
Dukeri (A.) Comi Urbis Hist, et 

Descript. 
Ghilini (C.) Descriptio Lacus Larii 

et Vallis Tellinae. 
Jovii (Pauli) Descriptio Lacus Larii 

sive Comensis. 
Capellae (G.) De Bello Mussiano 

Liber adopti^nis. 
Cavitellii (L.) Annales Cremonenses. 
Locati (U.) De Placentae Urbis Ori- 
gine, etc. 
Vol. 4, pt. 1. Cermenate (J. de) Historia 

de Situ, Origine, et Cvdtoribus 

Ambrosianae Urbis (1307-1313). 
Ai-nulphi Mediol. Historia Medio - 

lanensis, qua continentur Gesta 

quormidam Italiae Regum (925- 

1076). 
Puricelli (J. P.) Ambrosianae Medio- 

lani Basilicae, ac Monasterii, De- 
scriptio. 
Vol. 4, pt. 2. Muratorii (L. A.) De Corona 

Ferrea, etc.. Comment. 
Fontanini (J.) Dissert, de Corona 

Ferrea Langob. 
JoNTi (B.) Historia Novocomensis. 
Rubaei (0) Monumenta Brixiana. 
Gatti (A.) Historia Gymnasii Tici- 
nensis. 
Sacchi (B.) Historia Urbis Mantuae 

et Familias Gonzagae. 
Vol. 5, pt. 1. Justiniani (B.) De Origine 

Urbis Venetiarum Rebusque Ges- 

tis a Venetis. 
Jamiotti (D.) Dialogus de Repub. 

Venetorum. 
Contarenus (G.) De Magistratibus 

et Republica Venetorum, etc. 
Crassi (N.) De Forma Reip. Venet. 
Flavins (B.) De Origine et Gestis 

Venetorum. 
Bembi (P.) Historia Veneta. 
SabelUci (M. A. C.) De Situ Urbis 

Venetae, etc. 
Vol. 5, pts. 2-3. Splendor Magnificen- 
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Gr^vius (J. G.) — continued. 

Vol. 5, pt. 4. SteUffi (A.) Elogia Vene- 
torum Navali Pugna Illustr. 

Crassi (N.) Elogia Patritiorum Ve- 
netorum. 

Facius (B.), De Bello Veneto Clo- 
diano. 

Ville(A.de),PyctomacliiaVeneta,etc. 

Laurentii (J.) Dissert, de Deponsa- 
tione Maris Adriatici, etc. 

Valacrii (J.) Spectacula Veiieta. 

Mocenici (A.) Belli Cameracensis 
adv. Venetos Historia. 

Arlunus (B.), De Bello Veneto. 

Vol. 6, pt. 1. Eolandini Grammatici 

Libri Chronicorum Tarvis. 

Monachi Paduani Chronica de Eebus 
Insubribus et Euganeis. 

Maurisii (G.) Dominorum de Rom. 
et Marchise Tarvisinse Historia. 

Godi (A.) Chronica quae extant (1194- 
1260), cum Suppl. etc. etc. 

Cortusii (G. et A.) Historia de No- 
vitatibus Paduae et Lombardiae 
(1256-1364), cum Supplemento. 
Vol. 6, pt. 2. Mussati (A.) Historia Au- 
gusta de Gestis Henrici VII. 

De Gestis Italicorum post Henricum 
VII. 

Ejusdemque Ludovicus Bavarus ad 
Filium. 

Ejusd. TragoediaB duff>, Eccerinis et 
Achilleis. 
Vol. 6, pt. 8. Vergerii (P. P.j De Carra- 
riensium Familia, et gestis, etc., 
Historia. 

Scardeonii (B.) Historia de Urbis 
Pata\ai Antiquitate, et claris Civi- 
bus, etc. ; de Sepulchris insigni- 
bus ext. Patavii jacentium. 

Pignorii (L.) Origines Patavinse, et 
Antenor. ; Epistola, etc., de Eitu 
Nuptiarum ; Vita, Bibliotheca et 
Museum, auctore J. P. Tomasino. 

Ferrarii (0.) Oratio de Laudibus 
Urbis Patavii. 
Vol. 6, pt. 4. Eiccoboni (A.) De Gymnasio 
Patavino. 

Palladii de Olivis (H.) Ees Foro- 
Julienses ab 0. C. usque ad annum 
452, et de Oppugnatione Gradis- 
cana. 

Zancaroli (B.) Antiquitates Civitatis 
Fori Julii. 

Candidi (J.) Commentarii Aquile- 
jenses. 

Turre(P. a),Dissertationesde Beleno, 
etc. 

Goynseus (J. B.), De Situ Istrite Li- 
bellus. 

Sabellicus (M. A.), De Vetustate 
Aquilejae, et Fori Julii ; et Car- 
men, Vicentinus Crater, etc. 



Vol. 6, pt. 4. Pincii (P.) De Timavo Flu- 
vio Dissertatio ; Jovitre Rapitii, 
Balneorum Timavi Descriptio. 

Valeriani (J. P.) Antiquitates Bel- 
lunenses. 

Ville (A. de), Portus et Urbis Pol® 
Antiquitates, etc. 
Vol. 7, pt. 1. Dulcini (B.) De vario Statu 
Bononiae. 

Agocchi (J. B.) Fundatio, etc., Urbis 
Bononiffi. 

Descriptio Bononiae Antiqua; et Ho- 
diernae. 

Gyraldi (C. J. B.) De Ferraria et 
Atestinis Principibus Comment. 

Schraderi (L.) Ferrariae Urbis De- 
scriptio. 

Cagnacini (A.) Frag. Hist. Antiqui- 
tatis Urbis Ferraris. 

Angelerius (H.), De Antiquitate Ur- 
bis Atestinae. 

Spretus (D.), De Urbis Eavennae 
Amplitudine, Vastatione et In- 
stauratione. 

Schraderi (L.) Urbis Eavenna? De- 
script. 

Eubei (H.) Italicarum et Eavenna- 
tum Historia. 
Vol. 7, pt. 2. Kavinffi (P. M.) Faventia 
rediviva. 

Claramontii (S.) Caesenae Urbis Hist, 
ab Initio Civit. ad ann. 1640. 

Villanii (J.) Ariminensis Eubicon, 
in Cffisenam Claramontii. 

Vincentius, De Rubicone Antique, 
adv. Ariminenses. 

Villanii (J.) De Eubicone Antiq. 
Eesponsa. 

Naudffii (G.) Exercitatio ; in qua 
argumento valde probabili asserit, 
quod Nomen Senae non Caesenae, 
sed Senogalliae conveniat. 

Liceti (F.) Urbis Caesenae Antiqui- 
tatis Apologia. 

Claramontii ( S.) Caesena Triumphans 
ad versus Fortunium Licetum. 

Antonini (P.) Sassina Antiqua. 

Garuffii (J. M.) Lucenia Lapidaria, 
quae Titulos, Monimenta, Epita- 
phia, Inscriptiones, ac Sepulchra 
tum Gentilium, tum Christiano- 
rum. Via Flaminia et Ariminis 
serutatur. 

Angelitae (J. F.) Urbis Eecineti Ori- 
gines, Historia et Descriptio. 
Adami (F.) De Eebus Gestis in 

Civitate Firmana. 
Ottinelli (C.) De Firmo Piceni Urbe 
Elogium. 
Vol. 8, pt. 1. Postelli (G.)-De Etruri© 
Originibus, Institutis, Eeligione, 
ac Moribus Commentatio. 



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GRiEVius (J. G.) — continued. 

Vol. 8, pt. 1. Dyni (F.) Antiquitates 

Etruriae ; et Antiq. Umbrorum, 

Thusconim, etc. 
Scalae (B.), B. Poggii, J. Bruti, 

Historise Florentinfe. 
Vol. 8, pt. 2. Contareni (F.) Historia 

Hetruriae. 
Varclii (B.) Guerra della Eepubblica 

Fiorentina. 
Palmerii (M.) Captivitatis Pisamm 

Historia. 
Vol. 8, pt. 3. Noris (H.) Disseri:ationes iv. 

Cenotapbia Pisana illustrantes. 
Angeli (D.) De Depredatione Cas- 

trensium, etc. 
Fontanini (J.) Antiq. Hortae Colonise 

Etruscorum. 
Mugnotii (A.) Eremi Camaldnlensis 

Descriptio. 
Oriandius (C), Urbis Scenae ej usque 

Episcopatus Antiq. 
Massa (A.), De Origine et Eebus 

Faliscorum. 
Mazzochii (J.) Veji Defensi, seu 

Dissertatio, etc. 
Nardini (F.) Yeji Antiqui. 
Mazzochii (D.) Vejorum Defensoris, 

Epist. Apol. 
Angelotti (P.) Descriptio et Antiqui- 
tates Urbis Reate Sabinorum. 
Vol. 8, pt. 4. Mattbagi (D. B.) Memoriae 

Hist. Tusculi Antiqui. 
Manilli {J.) Descript. Yillae Bur- 

gbesias. 
Ligerii (P.) Descript. Yillae Tibur- 

tinas Hadrianeae. 
Mari;ii (F.) Historia Tiburiina Am- 

plificata. 
Del Ee (A.), Antiquitates Tiburi;inaB. 
Suaresii (J. M.) Praenestes Antiquae. 
Turre (P. a), Monumenta Yeteris 

Antii, etc. 
Alemanni (N.) De Lateranensibua 

Parietinis Eestitutis Dissert. 
Vol. 9, pt. 1. Falco (B. dij, Antiquitates 

Neapolis. 
Bacchi (H.) Descriptio Regni Nea- 

politani. 
Sanfelicius (A.), De Situ et Origine 

Campaniae. 
Peregrinii (C.) Historia Principum 

Langobardorum. 
Vol. 9, pt. 2. Peregrinii (C.) Dissert, de 

Yet. Significatu Yocis Portae ; et 

de Campania Felice. 
Capacii (J. C.) Antiq. et Historia 

Neapolitana. 
Vol. 9, pt. 3. Capacii (J. C.^ Antiq. et 

Hist. Campaniae Febcis. 
Surgentis (M. A.) Xeapolis Illustrata. 
Facius (B.), De Rebus Gestis Al- 

phonsii I., Neap. Eegis. 
II. 



Vol. 9, pt. 3. Pontani (J. J.) Historia 

Neapolitana. 
Fonticulani (A.) Belli Bracciani, 

Aquilae gesti, Narratio. 
Vol. 9, pt. 4. Loffredi (F.) Antiquitas 

Puteolorum, etc. 
MazzeUae (S.) Urbium Puteolorum 

et Cumarum Descriptio ; Situs et 

Antiquitas Puteolorum. 
Lombardi (J. F.) De Balneis, etc., 

Puteolanis Synopsis. 
Ferri (A.) Apparatus Statuarum 

Cumis raventarum. 
Capacius (J. C), De Balneis Liber, 

Neapob, Puteolis, Bajis, Pitbecusi, 

etc. 
Leonis (A.) Antiquitates nee non 

Historia Urbis ac Agri Nolae, etc. 
Brencmanni (H.) Dissert, de Re- 

publica Amalpbitana et de Amal- 

phi a Pisanis direpta. 
Mazza (A.), Urbis Salernitanae His- 
toria. 
Pboebonii (M.) Historia Marsorum. 
Vol. 9, pt. 5. CamaiTa (L.), De Teate 

Antique Marrucinorum. 
^s Eedi\'ivum Canusinum. 
Tarsia (P. A. de), Historia Cuper- 

sanensis. 
Barrius (G.), De Calabriae Antiqui- 

tate et Situ. 
Juvenis (J.) De Antiquitate et For- 

tuna Tarentiuorum. 
Galatei (A.) De Situ Japygife, etc. 
Vol. 9, pt. 6. Pingonii (P.; Augustae 

Taurinorum Chronica. 
Jofredi (P.) Nicfea Civitas Illustrata. 
Accolti (B.) De Praestantia Yirorum 

sui ^vi Dialog^s. 
Azarii (P.) Chronicon Gestorum in 

Lombardia, 1362. 
Bilii (A.) Historiae Mediol. 
Flori (G.) De Bello Itahco et Rebus 

Gestis Gallorum. 
Boscha (P. P.), De Origme et Statu 

Bibhothecae Ambrosianae. 
GiardaB (C.) Liberahum Disciplina- 

rum Icones SymboHcae Biblio- 

thecae Alexandrnue. 
Vol. 9, pt. 7, Macanei (D.) Yerbani Lacus 

Locorumque adjacentium Choro- 

graphica Descriptio. 
Bellalini (F.) De Origine et Temp. 

Urbis Bergomi, etc., Agri et Urbis. 
CoroneUi (Y.) Eerum ac Temporum 

Bergomensis EcclesiaB Synopsis. 
Farinas (B.) De Bergomi Origine et 

Fatis. 
Cornazzani (A.) Vita et Gesta Bar- 

thomaei Colei. 
Capreoh (H.) Chronica de Eebus 

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Vol. 9, pt. 7. Squadroni (A.) Fasciculus 

Laudum Eegii Lepidi. 
Ssliraderi (L.) Descriptio et Monu- 

menta Urbis Eegii Lepidi. 
Sarayna (T.), De Civitatis Veronas 

Origine ; Historia et Gesta Vero- 

nensium Temp. Populi et Domi- 

norum Scaligerorum. 
Scaligeri (J. J.) Epistola de Ve- 

tustate et Splendore Gentis Scali- 
geri. 
Vol. 9, pt. 8. Chiocci (A.) De CoUegii 

Veronensis Illustribus. 
Cigallini (P.) De C. Plinii Secmidi 

Vera Patria. 
Palermi (P.) De Vera C. Plinii Se- 

cundi Patria. 
Doglioni (J. N.) Origo et Antiq. 

Civitatis Belluni. 
Marucini (L.) Bassanum, sive Dis- 

sertatio de Urbis Antiquitate, 

etc. 

Ge^vius, Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Siciliae, 15 vol. f.Lngd.Bat. 1723-25 



Vol. 9, pt. 8. Barufifaldi (H.) De Poetis 

Ferrariensibus, etc., ut et Jos. 

Lanzoni de latropliysicis Fer- 
rariensibus Dissert. 
Brixii (C.) Urbis Caesenae Descriptio. 
Manzonii (B.) Caesenae Chronologia. 
Marchesii (G.) Civitatis Forolivii 

Compend. Historia. 
Ciccarelli (A.) De Clitumno Umbriae 

Flumine. 
Naudaei (G.) Tabularii Majoris 

Templi Eeatini Instauratio. 
Naldii (N.) Vita Jann. Manetti, 

Senatoris Florentini. 
Manfredi (M.) Monumenta Historica 

Urbis Lucae. 
Gozze (G. de), De Inscriptione 

Columnae Eostratae, olim in Foro 

Eomano, Dissert. 
Aste (F. M. de), ]\Iemorabilia Hy- 

druntinae Ecclesiae. 



Vol. 1. Cluverii (P.) Sicilia Antiqua. 

Aretii (C. M.) Siciliae Chorograpliia, 

cui adjuncta Dom. Marii Nigri 

Siciliae Descriptio. 
Carrafe (P.) Sicaniae Descriptio et 

Delineatio. 
Mongitoris (A.) Eegni SicilijB De- 
lineatio. 
Vol. 2. Cajetani (P. 0.) Isagoge ad Hist. 

Sacram Siculam. 
Piccoli (A.) De Antiquo Jure Ec- 

clesife Siculas. 
Amico (A. de) et F. Baronii De 

Urbis Syracusarum Antiquo Ar- 

cliiep. etc. 
Pirri (E.) Disquisitiones de Patri- 

arclia Sicilias, etc. ; et Sicilia 

Sacra, Vol. I. 
Vol. 3. Pirri (E.) Sicilia Sacra, Vol. II. ; 

Eegia? et Imperialis Capellae Petri 

Palatii Panormitani Notitia. 
Baronii (Card.) Tractatus de Mon- 

arcliia Sicilias, etc. 
Vol. 4. Fazelli (T.) De Eebus Siculis, 

Decades dua;. 
Manrolici (E.) Sicanicarum Eerum 

Compendium. 
Vol. 5. Eitli (M.) De Eegibus Sicili®, 

eorumque Origine et Successione. 
Sandei (F.) De Eegibus Siciliae et 

Apuliae. 
Pirri (E.) Chronologia Eegum Siciliae 

post exactos Saracenos. 
Malaterra (G.), De Eebus Gestis 

Eobert Guiscardi, Ducis Calabriae, 

et Eogerii, Comitis Siciliae. 
Alexandri (Abbatis) Eogerii Eegis 

Sicilia; Eerum Gest. 



Vol. 5. Historia Brevis Liberationis Mes- 
sing a Saracenorum Dominatu. 

Ptolemaei Lucensis, Eoberti Guis- 
cardi ac aliorum Eegum Siciliae 
Genealogia. 

Falcandi (H.) De Eebus Gestis in 
Sicilia. 

Descriptio Victoria per Carolum, 
Eegem Siciliae, etc., contra Man- 
freduni Sicilise Eegem, anno 1265, 
obtentffi, ut et Gesta Petri Arago- 
nuin et Siciliae Eegis. 

Malaspinffi (S.) Ees" Siculfe (1250- 
1270). 

Specialis (N.) Ees Siculae et Chroni- 
con Siciliae ab Auctore Anonymo. 

Vecerii (C.) Historia de Duabus 
Seditionibus Siciliae, sub Imperio 
Caroli V., anno 1517. 
Vol. G, 7, 8. Parutfe (P.) et Leonardi 
Augustini Sicilia Numismatica, 
etc., cura S. Havercampi ; cum 
Integris G. Gualtheri SiciUae et 
adjacent. Insularum atqueBrutti- 
orum Tabulis antiquis. 
Vol. 9. Bonfilii (J.) et Constantii Mes- 
sanae Urbis Descriptio. 

Eejaiae (P.) Urbis Messanis Notitia 
Hist. 

Philothei de Homodos (A.) ^tnae 
Topographia atque ejus Incendi- 
orum Historia. 

Carrerae (P.) Descriptio iEtnae, In- 
cendiorum ejus Historia, ut et 
Alex. Burgos Descriptio Terra- 
motus Siculi, anna G98. 
Vol. 10. Carrerre (P.) Monumenta His- 
torica Urbis Catanie, etc. ; Dis- 



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quis. de vero Significatu Numis- 
matum quonmdam Messaneu. 
Vol. 10. Grossis (J. B.) De Catanense 
Decachordum, sive Sacrae Ec- 
clesiae Catan, Notitia. 
Vol. 11. Guamerii (.J. B.) Dissertationes 
Hist. Catanenses. 
Mirabellae (Y.) Iclmographia Syra- 
cusanim Antiquarum, ut et 
Xumismata aliquot Selectiora. 
Bonanni (.J.) Syracusa antiqua II- 

In ^1'7'fi tp 

Vol. 12. ChiaiandiE (.J. P.) Plutia sive 

Platia, Civitas Sicilian. 
Pace (M.), Antiquitates Caltageronis, 

Urbis Siciliae. 
PereUi (M.) Antiq. Scicli, olim 

Casmenas, secundam Syracusan- 

norum Coloniam. 
Litterae (V.) De Rebus Netinis Libri 

n. 

Carrafae (P.) Motucae Descriptio seu 

DeUneatio. 
InYeges (A.), Cartbago Sicula. 
Vol. 13. Valguamera (M.), DeOrigine et 

Antiquitate Panonni, etc. 
Baronius (F. I, De Panormitana Ma- 

j estate. 



Vol. 14. Inveges (A.), Panormus An- 
tiqua. 
Mongitoris (A.) Sacrae Domus Mili- 

taris Ordiais Tbeutonicorum Urbis 

Panormi, et magni ejus Praecep- 

toris, Monumenta Historica. 
Aurias (.J. V.) Notitia Hist. Orig. et 

Antiq. Cepbaledis, Urbis PL 

Siciliae. 
Ragusas (H.) Elogia Siculorum qui 

vet. memor. Literis floruerunt. 
Cocborellae (B.) TremitanaB olim 

Diomedeae Insulae Descriptio. 
Fusci (P.) De Situ Orae Ulyrici. 
Lucii {J.) De Regno lUvrico ; et In- 

scriptiones Dalmaticae. 
Vol. 15. Cluverii (P.) Sardinia et Corsica 

Antiqua. 
Far® (.Jo. F.) De Rebus Sardois 

Historia. 
Vitalis (S.) Annales Sardiniae. 
Haedui (Q.) Descriptio Insulae 

Melitae. 
Curionis (C. S.) Belli MeHtensis 

Historia. 
Abelae (F.) Descriptio Melitae atqne 

adjacentinm Insularum ; acced. 

.J. Maji duo Speciniina Linguae 

Punicae. 

Groxovius (Jac), Tbesaurus Graecarum Antiquitatum, 13\ol.fol. Lugd. Bat. 1697-1702 



Vol. 1, 2, 3. EflBgies et memorabilia 
Virorum et Mulierum illustrium, 
etc., ex M. A. Causeo, J. A. 
Caninio, F. Ursino, P. BeUorio, 
et aliis. 
Vol. 4. — 1. Gerbelii (S.) Graecije Micbaelis 
Sopbiani descriptionis expKcatio. 

2. Laurenbergii (.J.) Enarratio Grae- 
ciae Antiqufe. 

3-5. Emmius (U.), Yetus Grsecia, \ 
cum additamentis Auctoris an- , 
tebac ineditis ; de Inclinatione et J 
Interitu ReipubHcae Atticae, Spar- 
tanae, et Cartbaginieusis ; de Situ, 
Amplitudine, Magnificentia, et 
Portu Cartbaginis. 

6-11. Meursius (J.), De Populis et 
Pagis Atticae ; Atbena? Atticae ; 
Cecropia, sive de Atbenarum 
Arce ; Ceramicus Geminus ; Reg- 
nmn Atticimi, sive de Regibus 
Atbeniensium ; Arcbontes Atbe- 
uienses. 
Vol. 5.— 1. Postellus (G.), De Republica 
seu Magistratibus Atbeniensium. 

2-3. Tbysius ( A. ), De Republ. Atbe- 
niensium ; Collatio Legum Atbe- 
niensium et Romanorum. 

4. Meursii (J.) Pisistratus. 

5-7. Sigonius (C.I, De ' Republ. 
Atbeniensium ; de Atbeniensium 1 



Temporibus ; Lacedaemoniorum 
Tempora. 
Vol. 5.— 8-13. Meursius (.J.), Fortuna 
Attica ; Lectiones Atticae ; Pirae- 
eus, sive de Piraeeo Atbeniensium 
Portu ; Tbemis Attica, sive de 
Legibus Atticis ; Solon, sive de 
ejus Vita, etc. ; Areopagus, sive 
de Senatu Areopagitico. 

14. Freberi (M.) Decisionum Areo- 
pagiticarum Sylvula. 

15. Scboockii (M.) Acbaja Vetus, 
ejus Situs, Antiquit., etc. 

16-17. Meursius (J.), De Regno La- 
conico ; Miscellanea Laconica. 

18. Cragius (X.), De Republica 
Lacedaemoniorum. 
VoL 6. — 1. Stepbanus (.J.), De Jurisdic- 
tione Veterum Grascorum. 

2. Perionius (J.), De Magistratibus 
Graecorum et Romanorum. 

3. Ponticus (H.), De Politiis Grte- 
corvmi. 

4. Osiander (.J. A.), De Asylis Genti- 
lium. 

5. Cropbii (.J. B.) Antiquitates 
Macedonicae. 

6. Hendreicb (P.), Massilia, ejus 
Situs, Administratio, etc. 

7. Niderstedt (B.), Melita Vetus et 
Xova. 

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Geonovius (Jac.) — coniimied. 

Vol. 6.-8-9. Gyllius (P.), De Bosporo 
Thracio ; de Topographia Con- 
stantinopoleos. 

10. Douza (G.), Deltinere suoCon- 
stantinopolitano. 

11. Aretiiii (L.) Commentaria Ee- 
rum GriEcarum. 

12. Lazius (W.), Grtecia Antiqua, 
variis Numismatibus illustrata. 

13. Laurentius (J.), De Eebuspubli- 
cis, Suffragiis, Conciliis, Accusa- 
tionibus, et Tormentis Veterum. 

14. Feitliii (E.) Antiquitates Home- 
ricsB. 

15. Damascenus (N.), De Moribus 
Grfficorum aliorumque Gentium. 

Vol. 7.— 1. Clasensii (D.) Theologia Gen- 
tilis, qua probatur, Gentilium 
Tbeologiam ex fonte Scripturse 
originem traxisse. 
2. Laurentii (J.) Varia Sacra Genti- 
lium. 

8. Ortelii (A.) Deorum Dearumque 
Capita, ex Antiquis numismatibus 
collecta. 

4-5. Bulengerus (J. C), De Oraculis 

et Vatibus ; de Templis Ethni- 

corum. 
6. Eggelingii (J. H.) Hysteria Ce- 

reris et Bacchi. 
7-8. Meursius (J.), Panatbenjea, sive 

de Minervffi illo gemino festo ; 

Eleusinia, sive de Cereris Eleu- 

siniae, sive de Cereris Eleusiniae 

sacro ac festo. 

9. Nicolaus (J.), De Eitu Antique et 
hodierno Bacchanaliorum. 

10. Hellerus (J. J.), De Deo Ignoto 
Atheniensium. 

11. Sponii (J.) Ignotorum atque 
obscurorum quorundam Deorum 
Arae, notis illustratas. 

12. Stephanus Byzantinus de Do- 
done Fragmentum, quo tota 
Veterum Doctrina et Fabulatio de 
perantiquo Oraculo isto con- 
tinentur. 

13. Triglandii (J.) Conjectanea ad 
quasdam obscura Fragmenta de 
Dodoni loco. 

14. Venerius (J. A.), De Oraculis et 
Divinationibus Antiquorum. 

15. Menetrii (C.) Symbolica Dianae 
Epliesiffi Statua exposita. 

10. Holstenius (L.), De Fulcris, seu 
Verubus Dianas Epliesiffi simu- 
lacro appositis. 

17-18. Bellorii (J. P.) Not» in 

'S^mismata tum Ephesia turn 

afekrum Urbium Apibus insig- 

nataN; Expositio Symbolici Deae 

Syria; Simulacri. 



Vol. 7.— 19. Gronovii (L. T.) Marmorea 
Basis Colossi Tiberio Caesari erecti 
ob Civitates Asite restitutas, post 
liorrendos Terrje tremores, de- 
fensa. 

20. Pignorii (L.) Magnae Deum 
Matris Ida? et Attidis initia. 

21. Fagoldi (J.) Graecorum Vete- 
rum lEPOAOriA. 

22. Castellani (P.) EOPTOAOnON, 
sive de Festis Graecorum Syn- 
tagma. 

23. Meursii (J.) Grascia Feriata, sen 
de Festis Graecorum. 

24. Jonstonus (J.), De Festis Grae- 
corum. 

25. Bulengerus (J. C), De Ludis 
Veterum. 

26. Meursius (J.), De Ludis Grae- 
corum. 

27. Souterii (D.) Palamedes, sive de 
Tabula Lusoria, Alea, et variis 
Ludis. 

28. Senftlebius (A.), De Alea 
Veterum. 

29. Calcagninus (C), De Talorum, 
Tesserarum, et Calculorum Ludis. 

Vol. 8. — 1. Meursius (J.), Orchestra, sive 
de Saltationibus Veterum. 

2. Casalius (J. B.),DeEitu Nuptia- 
rum Veterum. 

3. Laurentius (J.), De Sponsalibus 
et Nuptiis Antiquorum. 

4. Brissonius (B.), De Adulteriis. 

6. Laurentius (J.), De Adulteris et 
Meretricibus. 

6. Meursius (J.), De Puerperio. 

7-8. Laurentius (J.), De Natalitiis ; 
de Praeconibus, Citharoedis, Fis- 
tulis, ac Tintinnabulis. 

9, Gyraldus (L. G.), De Comoedia. 

10-11. Scaliger (J. C), De Comoe- 
dia et Tragoedia ; de Versibus 
Comicis. 

12. Camerarius (J.), De Comicis 
Versibus. 

13. Casalius (J. B.), De Tragoedia et 
Comedia. 

14. Gentilis (A.) De Actoribus et 
Spectatoribus Fabularum non no- 
tandis disputatio. 

15. Evanthius et Donatus de Tra- 
goedia et Comoedia. 

16. De Fabularum, Ludorura, The- 
atrorum, Scenarum, ac Scenico- 
rum, antiqua consuetudine li- 
bellus. 

17. Fabricius (J. L.), De Ludis 
Scenicis. 

18. Fabrus (P.), De Ee Athletica, 
Ludisque Veterum Gymnicis, Mu- 
sicis, atque Circensibus. 



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Gronovius ( Jac. ) — continued. 

Vol. 8. — 19. Falconerii (0.) Inscriptiones ' 
Atlileticae. notis illustratae. 

20. Brissonius (B.), De Spectacu- 
Hs. 

21. Laurentius (.J.), De Agyrtis, 
Histrionibus, Acclamationibus, et 
Osculis. 

22. Meursius (.J. fil.), De Tibiis. 

23. Musonius Philosophus de Luxu 
Graecorum, ab Steph. Nigro con- 
gestuin. 

24. Bellonius (P.), De admirabili 
Operum Antiquorum Praestantia. 

25. Philo Byzantius de septem Or- 
bis SpectacuKs, Gr. Lat. cum 
notis L. Allatii. 

26-27. Phlegon Trallianus de Piebus 
mirabilibus, Gr. et L. ; de Long- 
aevis, Gr. et Lat. 

28. Gronovius (.J. F.), De Museo 
Alexandrino. 

29. Neocorus (L.), De Museo Alex- 
andrino. 

Tol. 9. — 1. Comarius (.J.), De Conviviis 
Veterum Grascorum. 

2. Baccius (A.), De Conviviis Anti- 
quorum. 

3. Casalius (.J. B.), De Tricliniis, 
Con^■i^-iis, Hospitalitate, et Tes- 
seris Veteriun. 

4. Laurentius (.J.), De Conviviis, 
Hospitalitate, Tesseris, et Strenis. 

5. Sponius (.J.), De Origine Strena- 
rum. 

6. Tomasinus (.J. P.), De Tesseris 
Hospitalitatis. 

7. Laurentius (-J.), De Prandio et 
Coena Veterum. 

8. CasteUanus (P.), KPEO*AriA, 
sive de Esu Camium. 

9. Mercurialis (H.) De Potionibus 
ac Eduliis antiquorum Mantissa. 

10. Freinshemius (.J.), De Calidae 
Potu. 

11. Tumebus (A.), De Vino, ac Ejus 
Usu et Abusu. 

12. Meibomius (J. H.), De Cervisiis 
Veterum. 

13. Casalius (J. B.), De Thermis et 
Balneis Veterum. 

14. Sers'ius (P.), De Odoribus. 

15. Bayfius (L.), De Vasculis. 

16. Cauricus (P.), De Sculptura sive 
Statuaria, 

17. Demontiosius (L.), De Sculptura, 
Ccelatura, Gemmarum. — Sculp- 
tiu:a et Pictura Antiquorum. 

18. Aldus Manutius, de Coelatura 
et Pictura Veterum. 

19. Philostratus de Pictura. 

20. Bulengerus (.J. C), De Pictura, 
Plastice, Statuaria. 



Vol. 9.— 21. Casalius (J. B.), De Lisigni- 
bus, Annulis, Fibulis, etc. 

22. Laurentius (.J.), De Ee Ves- 
tiaria. 

23. Sperlingius (0.), De Crepidis 
Veterum. 

24. Gaza (Theod.), De Mensibus 
Atticis. 

25. PereUus (.J,), De Eatione Lunae, 
Epactarum, etc. 

26. Hagueloni (P.) Calendarium 
Trilingue, sen de Mensibus He- 
brseorum, Gr&corum, et Roman. 
Dialogus. 

27. Lalamantius (.J.), De Tempore, 
de Anno Macedonum, seu Grae- 
corum, et de Anno Attico. 

28. CasteUanus (P.), De Mensibus 
Atticis. 

29. Petitus (S.), De Anno Attico. 

30. Pighii (S.), Themis Dea, seu de 
Lege divina, ubi multa de Horis ; 
Mythologia EI2 TAi: '£IVA^. 

31. Usserius (.J.), De Macedonum et 
Asianorum An. Solari. 

32. Laurentius (.J.), De Annis, Men- 
sibus, Diebus, Horis. 

33. Phlegon Trallianus de Olyrn* 
piis. 

34. Puteani (E.) Olympiades. 

35. Meursii (.J.) Denarius Pytha* 
goricus. 

36. Camerarii (J.) Historia Eel 
Nummariae. 

37. Porcius (L.), De Re Pecuniaria 
Antiquorum. 

38. Scaliger (.J.), De Re Nummaria 
Antiquorum. 

39. Snellius (W.), De Nummaria. 

40. Patinus (C), De Nmnismate 
Antiquo Aug. et Platonis. 

41. Foeschius (S.), De Xummo Pylae- 
menis Evergetae, Regis Paphla. 
goniffi. 

Vol. 10.— 1-2. Cresolli (L.) Theatrum Ve- 
terum Rhetorum, Oratorum, De- 
clamatorum. — Origenis *IAO- 
2()*0YMENnN Fragmentum. 

3. Morellius (G.), De Veterum Phi- 
losophorum Origine, etc. 

4. Chytra^i (D.) Tabula Philosopliica, 
sive series Philosophorum. 

5. Jacotius (D.), De Philosophorum 
doctrina. 

6. Meursius (J.), ^schylus, Sopho- 
cles, Euripides, sive de Tragoediis 
eorum. 

7. Plutarchi Alexandrina Proverbia, 
Gr. et Lat. 

8. Meursii (.J.) Theseus, sive de ejus 
Vita. 

9. Dufresne (R.), Trichetus de Cha- 



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Gkonovius (Jac.) — contimied. 

rondseEffigie in Catanensi Nummo 
expressa. 
Vol. 10.— 10-13. Meursius (J.), Diony- 
sius, sive de Auctoribus istius 
nominis ; de Heraclide, aliisque 
ejus nominis ; Tlieophrastus, sive 
de illius Libris ; Lectiones Theo- 
phrasteae. 

14. Vorstii (A.) Epistola de Obitu 
Joan. Meursii. 

15. Thomasini (J. P.) Manus teneas 
Cecropii Votmn referentis Diluci- 
datio. 

16. Falconerius (0.), De Nummo 
Apamensi Deucalionei Diluvii Ty- 
pum exhibente. 

17. Schubarti (G.) Enarratio parer- 
gica Metamorphoseos Ovidianae 
de Diluvio Deucalionis. 

18. Fabri (T.) Vit® Poetarum Grffi- 
corum. 

19. Barberius (J.) , De Miseria Poeta- 
rum Graecorum. 

20. Castellani (P.) Vitte veterum et 
illustrium Medicorum. 

21. Boeclerus (J."H.), De Scriptori- 
bus Gi'oecis et Latinis, ab Homero 
ad initium Sfeculi XVI. 

22. Besantinoi (H.) Cbrestomatbiffi, 
Grffice, cum interpretatione Lat, 
et notis J. Meursii. 

23. Wower (J.), De Polymathia. 

24. Laurentius (J.), De Professori- 
bus, Oratoribus, Nomenclatoribus, 
et Litteris. 

25. Meursii (J.) Bibliotbeca Grasca ; 
et Bibliotbeca Attica. 

26. Allatius (L.), De Patria Homeri ; 
et Homeri Natales. 

Vol. 11. — 1. Dicffiarcbi Geograpliica 
quaedam, sive de vita Grtecis. 
2. Stepbani (H.) Dialogus, Dicae- 
archi Sympractor, vel de Gras- 



corum moribus, praesertimque 
Atbeniensium, Supplementum. 
Vol. 11. — 3. Vindingii (E.) Hellen. in quo 
Antiques Graecife Populorvim In- 
cunabula, Migrationes, Colonia- 
rum Deductiones, et Kes prsDcipuae 
gestae exponuntur. 

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une Table generale tres- complete. 

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Jacobi's Woldemar. 
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Recension von Wolfs Odyssee. 
Briefe an Forster. 
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heit gegen auswiirtige Feinde. 
Die Sittenverbesserung durch An- 

stalten des Staats. 
Oeffentliche Staatserziehung. 
Gedichte. 
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mittelst der Vaskischen Sprache. 
• Goethe's Romische Aufenthalt. 
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Wohl seiner Biirger. 
Uebersetzte Pindarische Oden. 
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iibersetzt. 
Die Eumeniden. 
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Reiseskizzen aus Biscaya. 
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Sonette. 

Gothe's Hermann und Dorothea. 
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Ueber das Musee des Petits-Augus- 

tins. 
Sonette. 
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hchen Sprachbaues. 
Methode nach welcher die fremden 

Alphabete geschrieben sind. 
Zusammenhang der Schrift mit der 

Sprache. 
. Die Buchstabenschrift. 
Ueber den DuaUs. 
Sonette. 
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Wirksamkeit des Staats. 
Preussens standische Verfassung. 
Refutation du Cte. de Capo d'Istria. 
Lettre a Abel Remusat. 
Sur la Grammaii'e Japonaise du P. 

Oyanguren. 
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9. Galeoti Martii Comment, de Dictis 
et Factis Matthiae Eeg. 

10. M. Soiterus de Bello Pannonico. 

11. J. M. Stella, De Successis Tur- 
carum in Hungaria, 1543-44. 

12. W. Lazii Descript. Eei cont. 
Turcas gest. 1556. 

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graphia Tra-nsilv. et Moldaviae. 

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tariae. 

21. G.Wernheri de Aquis Hungariae. 

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Liebe und Wille, liindliches 

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what they teach. By Prof. .J. W. 

Judd. 
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E. MorseUi. 
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Pezzati (Franc.) Diario della Rebel- 
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Tre Narrazioni del Sacco di Prato, 

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Narrazione del Caso di Pietro Paolo 

Boscoli e di Agostino Capponi, 

1513. 
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Burigozzo (G. M.), Cronache Mi- 

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Anonimo. 
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1515. 
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1515. 
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di Autore Anonimo. 
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da Canale, nell' antico Francese 

colle corrispond. versione Italiana. 
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Storia del Regno di Napoli, 1522- 

1667, raccolti da F. Palermo. 
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1004-1700, compilato da G. Tom- 

masi e C. Minutoli. 
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con note e proemio di N. Tom- 

maseo. 
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Guerra di Paolo IV. Sornmo Pon- 

tefice, contro gli Spagnuoli. 
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tese, 1285-1617, per cura di L. 

Scarabelli. 
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Genti e delle Favelle loro in Italia 

dai primi tempi storici sino ad 

Augusto. 
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Vol. 



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16. Cronache e Storia inedite della 
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APPENDICE. 

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Capponi (G.) Sulla Dominazione dei 
Longobardi iii Italia. 

Tavola e Consuetudini di Amalfi. 

Documenti risguard. Giuliano de' 
Medici e il Pontefice Leone X. 

Eicordi di Andrea Bocchineri di 
Prato, 1512. 

Gualteri ( Guido) Effemeridi del Pon- 
tificate di Sisto Y. 

Documenti di Storia Italiana, 1522- 
1530, da Molini. 

Visconti (Frate Filippo) Eagguaglio 
della Peste di Milano, 1630. 
Yol. 2. Kelazione di Leonardo de Ca' 
Masser alia Eepub. di Venezia 
sopra il commercio dei Porto- 
gbesi neir India dopo la scoperta 
del Capo di Buona Speranza, 
1497-1506. 

Lorenzo il Magnifico, Tre Lettere 
Inedite. 

Donazione e Codicillo di Alfonso L, 
Duca di Ferrara, 1534. 

Eelazione dell' Assedio di Cuneo 
dell' anno 1557. 

■Carta Longobarda dell' anno 762, 
illust. dal Prof. P. Capei. Notizie 
di Isabella Estense, moglie a 
Francesco Gonzaga. 

Di un Codice inedito risguardante 
r Imper. Enrico VII. 

Lettere dell' abate Giov. Bandini al 
€ard. P. Aldobrandini, rel. aUa 
public. deU' Editto di Nantes, 
1598-99. 

Bonaini (Prof. F.) Lettera sopra 
alcuni diplomi inediti dell' im- 
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€apei (Prof. Pietro) Discorso suUa 
Dominazione dei Longobardi in 
Italia. 
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intomo al Viaggio da lui fatto a 
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Canestrini (Gius.) Intomo alle Ee- 
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CO' Portogbesi, avanti e dopo la 
scoperta del Capo di Buona Spe- 
ranza. 

Lettera di Lodovico il Moro all' Im- 
peratore Massimiliano, 30 Sett. 
1495. 

Lettere scritte al Duca Emmanuele 
Filiberto di Savoia da varii suoi 
Ministri, 1552-1574. 

Eelazioni di L. A. Muratori a Ei- 
naldo d'Este Duca di Modena, e 
Testamento di L. A. Muratori. 

Cronacbe Volterrane. Cronicbetta 
anonima, 1362-1478. Seconda 
II. 



Calamitii Volteirana, del Canonico 

G. Parelli, 1530. 
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fiche dei Lavori spettanti aUa 

Storia Politica Ecclesiastica e 

Letteraria d' Italia, pub. in Germ. 

dal 1800 al 1846. 
Eagguagb di Eoma nel Secolo XV. 

da Giov. Voigt. 
Cenno illustrative di alcune Tavo- 

lette scritte in cera, ritrov. dal 

C. Majorfi. 
Congiura di G. C. Vaccbere, de- 

scritta da G. E. Della Torre, 

1628. 
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servire alia Storia della Sicilia 

Musubnana, trad, ed illust. da M. 

Amari. 
Di un Frammento inedito di M. 

Foscarini, intomo ai Viaggiatori 

Veneziani, e di una nuova tradu- 

zione in Tedesco dei Viaggi di 

Marco Polo. 
Longo (F.) Successo della Guerra 

fatta con SeUm Sultano e Giusti- 

ficazione della Pace con lui con- 

clusa. 
Eime Istoricbe di un Anonimo Ge- 

novese, ^'issuto nei seeoli 13 et 14, 

da F. Bonaini. 
Eelazione del Viaggio d'Arrigo VII. 

in Italia, di Niccolo, Vescovo di 

Botiinto, 1310-1313, dal mede- 

simo. 
Vol. 5. Cbronicon Venetum vulgo Alti- 

nate, ed, altera ex MS. Codice 

Dresdense. 
Documenta aliquot qufe ad Eomani 

Pontificis notarios et curiales per- 
tinent ; ex libris MSS., ed. J. 

Merkel. 
Eeumont (A.) Notizie Bibliograficbe 

dei Lavori pub. in Germania trat- 

tanti delle belle-arto in ItaUa. 
Suppl. I. alle Not. BibUog. 

dei Lavori Tedescbi suUa Storia 

d'ltalia. 
Notizia di alcuni Documenti dell' 

Arcbivio Barcellonese spettanti a 

Giovanni da Procida e aUa Guerra 

del Vespro Siciliano. 
Voci Latino-Barbare cbe s'incon- 

trano nella Cronaca Altiuate, man- 

canti al Du Cange. 
Eicordi di una Famiglia*Senese, del 

Secolo XIII. 
Doeumento di Processura Criminale 

fatte nel 1174, dai Consoli di Gius- 

tizia Piacentini contro 1' abate di 

S. Paolo del" Mezzano. 
Del Sacco di Piacenza del 1477, 



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Italy — continued. 

Memoria contemporanea da M. 
Kuinagia. 
Vol. 0. Appunti per servire alia Vita 
del Principe Eaimondo Monte- 
cuccoli. 
Foscarini (Marco) Dell' Improvvisa 

Eloquenza. 
Lettera scritta ad un Amico in 
Eoma circa lo scacciamento di 
Tedesclii dalla citti di Genova, 
neir anno 1746. 
Vol. 6. LetterediMonsignoreGoroGlieri, 
Pistoiese Governatore da Piacenza 
nel 1515, a Giuliano, Giulio, e 
Lorenzo de' Medici. 
Carlo V. in Modena, Comnientario 

Storico di Gius. Campori. 
Lettere di Ercole d' Este, Duca di 
Ferrara, etc., intercette per ordine 
del Duca di Toscana, Cosimo I. 
Eelazione di Giordano Orsino alia 
Eepubblica di Venezia, intorno 
al modo di stabilire una buona 
milizia in tempo di pace, 1563. 
Vettori (Franc.) Sommario della 
Storia d' Italia, del 1511 et 1527, 
etc., da A. Eeumont. 
Vol. 7. Fatto d' Armi tra Guido da 
Montefeltro il Vecchio, Giovanni 
d' Appia, el il Conte de Montforte, 
Narrazione di Leone Cobelli. 

Cedrus Libani, ossia Vita di Fra 
Girolamo Savonarola, scr. da Fra 
Bened. da Firenze, all' anno 1510. 

Uglii (Fra Giul.) Cronica di Firenze, 
dair anno 1501 al 1546. 

Eeumont (A.) Suppl. II. alle Notizie 
Bibliografiche dei Lavori pub. in 
Germania sulla Storia d' Italia. 

Documenti risguardanti le relazioni 
politiclie dei Papi d'Avignone coi 
Comuni d' Italia avanti e dopo il 
Tribunato di Cola di Eienzi. 

Tre Lettere di Sigismondo Impera- 
tore ai Perugini nel 1433. 

Manifesto di Alessandro Tassoni in- 
torno le relazioni passate tra esso 
e i Principi di Savoia. 

Tommaseo (N.) Intorno ad un Passo 
disputato di Paolo Diacono. 
Vol. 8, pt. 1. Eicordi di Cose familiari 
di Meliadus Baldiccione de' Casal- 
berti, Pisano, dal 1339 al 1382, 
pub. da Bonaini e Polidori. 

Lettere inedite di Fra Girolamo 
Savenarola, e Documenti concer- 
nenti lo stesso. 

Notizie sui Manoscritta Einuccinani 
acquistati dal Governo Toscano, 
da L. Passerini. 

Anonymi Auctoris Senensis Bellum 
Julianum, 1526. 



Vol. 8. Giornale dell' Assedio di Mont- 

alcino, 1553. 
Documenti risguardanti la Eepub- 
blica Senese, 1556-58. 
Vol. 8, pt. 2. Statuto delle Miniere d' 

Argento e di Eame di Massa. 
Eeumont, Suppl. III. alle Notizie 

Bibliografiche sulla Storia d' Italia. 
Due Documenti di Storia Senese, 

1555-57. 
Spoglio delle Voci e Locuzioni di 

Economia Eurale. 
Vol. 9, pt. 1. Del Monumento a Ludov. 

Anton. Muratori. 
Lettera di Verrazzano sulla Sco- 

perta di Nuove Terre. 
La Istoria e le Leggi dei Popoli 

Barbari. 
II Cardinale Wolsey e la Santa Sede. 
Sul Commercio tra la Toscana e le 

Nazioni Levantine. 
Studi Storici sopra gli Statuti de' 

Communi Italiani. 
Eicordi di Filippo di Vigneulles. 
Vol. 9, pt. 2. Promissione di Dandolo di 

Venezia, 1192. 
Documenti spettanti al Commercio 

dei Venezianicon 1' Armenia, etc., 

1201-1321. 
Breve di Bonifazio VIII. ai Vene- 

ziani, 1295. 
Due Eitmi e Una Narrazione in 

Prosa alia presa di Negroponte 

fatta dai Turclii, 1470. 
Statuti deUa Fraternita e Compagnia 

dei Florentini, 1556. 
Foscarini (Marco) circa le Francbi- 

gie concesse agli Ambasciatori 

Esterni, 1725. 
Indice tripartito della prima serie 

deir Archivio storico Italiano. 

NUOVA SEEIE. 

Vol. 1, pt. 1. Ordinamenta Justitiae com- 
munis et populi Florentiae, anno 
1293. 

II Secolo XVIII. nella Vita di N. 
Fraggiani. 
Vol.1, pt. 2. Sulle Tavole Municipali 
di Salpensa e Malaga. 

Legis Municipii Flavii Malacitani et 
Salpensani Pars. 

Breve Chronicon Mantuanum, 1095- 
1299. 

Cenni Biographici intorno a C. 
Botta. 

Lettere di Botta a G. W. Greene. 

Dei Soci Esteri della Accademia 
della Crusca. 

Trajano Boccalini e ilsuo Tempo. 
Vol. 2, pt. 1. Documenti Cremoncsi dal 
620 al 773. 



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ItaIiY — continued. 

Vol. 2, pt. 1. Delia Statua Eqnestre di 
Erasmo da Xami. 

Delia Civilta Italiana nelle Isole 
lonie. 

Delle Scritture Politiclie e !Militari 
dai Principi di Savoja lettera. 
Vol. 2, pt. 2. Notizie sulla Vita e snlle 

Opere di G. Savorgnano. 
VoL 2, pt. 3. Lettere sulla Guerra com- 
battuta nel Friuli, scritte da Sa- 
vorgnano, pt. 1, 1510-1514. 

Sant' Anselmo d' Aosta e il suo 
Storico Francese. Signor Re- 
musat, discorso di S. Centofanti. 
Vol, 3, pt. 1. Lettere da Savorgnano, 
pt. 2, 1510-1528. 

Diario della Eibellione d'Urbino nel 
1.572. 

P. Colletta, Uomini di Stato e Scrit- 
tore. 

Ultime Imprese e Morte di Alberto 
Waldstein (Wallenstein). 
Vol. 3, pt. 2. La Battaglia di Badiano, 
detta di Malaniorte, 1191, narrata 
da F. Odorici. 

Delia Origine della famiglia Bona- 
parte, di L. Passerini. 

Patto tra il Comtme di Pergine e 
il Municipio di Vicenza nel 1166, 
da T. Gar. 

Sant' Anselmo d' Aosta e il suo 
Storico Francese. 
Vol. 4, pt. 1. Documenti riguardanti G. 
Villani e il Palazzo degli Alessi 
in Siena. 

Lett, da Savorgnano, 1510-1528, 
pt. 3. 

Della Origine della famiglia Bona- 
parte di Passerini. 

Di ima nuova Iscrizione Etrusca 
scoperta nel territorio di Volterra, 
di Fabretti. 
Vol. 4, pt. 2. Cartelli di Querela e di 
Sfida tra L. Martelli e Dante da 
Castiglione da una parte, e G. 
Bandini e R. Aldobrandi dall' 
altra, al tempo dell' Assedio di 
Firenze, 1530. 

Canzone Popolare Istorica del Secolo 

Otto Lettere del Leibnizio a Fer- 

dinando de' Medici. 
P. Colletta, Uomo di Stato e Scrit- 

tore, 
Degli Studi Storici in Italia. 
Reumont (A.) Suppl. IV. aUe Notizie 

Bibl. 
Vol. 5, pt. 1. H Mar Nero e le Colonie j 

degli Italiani nel medio Evo. 
Di L. Bruni Aretino, Discorso di C. i 

Monzani. i 

Rassegna, etc. ! 



Vol. 5, pt. 1. Giomale Storico degli 

Arehivi Toscani Anno I. 
Vol. 5, pt. 2. Di Leonardo Bruni. 

Di G. B. Vermiglioli dei Monument! 

di Perugia. 
Delia Vita e dei Tempi di Monsig. 

Ferrero-Ponziglione. 
La Cupola di Santa Maria del Fiore. 
Dizionario di Economia Politica. 
Vittoria Colonna. 
Vol. 6, pt. 1. Estratto di un Epistolario 

deUa Repubblica Fiorentina, 1308. 
Origini e Vicende dei Feudi in 

Italia. 
La Monarchia di Casa Savoja. 
Sulla Consorterie deUe Arti Edifica- 

tive in Venezia. 
Vol. 6, pt. 2. L'Arte della Seta portata 

in Francia dagl' Italiani. 
DeU' Uso deUa Lingua Patria in 

Corsica. 
Storia della Citta di Roma nel 

Medio Evo. 
Reumont, Scrittori Tedeschi stdle 

Storie Italiane, Supp. V. 
Rassegna, etc. 
Vol. 7, pt. 1. Istruzione al Vescovo di 

Montefiascone cbe nel 1624 reca- 

vasi Nunzio a Venezia. 
Di Cesare Saluzzo e dei suoi Tempi. 
Di A. Francois e dei suoi Scavi nelle 

regioni dell' antica Etruria. 
Vol. 7, pt, 2. Lettere inedite e Testa- 

mento di Giovanni de' Medici, 

con altre di Maria e di Jacopo 

Salviati. 
Un Brano di Storia della Repubbl. 

Fiorentina, 1351-58. 
Controversia di Precedenza tra il 

Duca di Firenze e quelle di Fer- 

rara, 1562-73. 
Discorso critico intomo alia Vita di 

Francesco Orioli. 
Vol. 8, pt. 1. Lettere di Giovanni de' 

Medici. 
Storia di Reggio di Calabria al 

1797, di Bolani. 
Storia delle Rivoluzioni d' Italia, 

Guelfi e Gliibellini, di G. Ferrari. 
Della Biblioteca Vaticana. 
Del Duomo di Firenze e xleUa sua 

Facciata. 
Vol. 8, pt. 2. L'Eccidio di Cesena del 

1377. 
Storia della Legislazione Italiana, 

di F. Sclopis. 
Storia dellp Rivoluzioni d' Italia di 

Ferrari. 
V(d. 9, pt. 1. Lettere di Giovanni de' 

Medici. 
Di G. Favre, e deUa Vita di G. 

Filelfo scritta da lui. 

k3 



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Italy — continued. 

Vol. 9, pt. 2. Lettere di L. A. Muratori 

a G. B. Tafuri. 
Lettere di Giovanni de' Medici. 
Vol. 10. Documenti Orientali risguard. 

r Italia. 
Vol. 11. Descr.di Firenze, 1598, di Lodo- 

vico Principe d' Anhalt. 
Vol. 14. Lettera di G. Savorgnano Studio 
suUa Vita, etc. di Guicciardini. 

Cronaca di Fra Salimbene. 
Vol. 17. Ottavio d' Aragona e il Duca 

d' Ossuna. 
Vol. 18. Savonarola (Fra Girolamo), 

Medici (Francesco I. de'), Delia 

morte di. 

SERIE TEEZA. 

Vol. 1. Cecclii (Giovanni di Francesco 

di Neri) Viaggio degli Ambascia- 

tori Fiorentini al re di Francia nel 

1461. 
Processus contra Valdenses in Lom- 

bardia superiori, 1387. 
Vol. 2. Documenti tratti dall' Arcliivio 

segreto del Comune di Todi. 
Vol. 3. Savonarola (Fra Girolamo) Nuovi 

Documenti intorno a. 
Vol. 4. Campanella (Tommaso) (Silves- 
tro Centofanti) Lettere inedite di 

Tavola alfabetica delle persone, 
dei luoglii, e delle cose nominate 
in questo tomo. 
Vol. 5. I Quattro Vicari, studi di Storia 

siciliana del 14 secolo 1877-92. 
Castaldo (Giambattista) Vita di, fa- 

mosissimo guerriero del secolo IG. 
Vol. 8. Don Carlos di Spagna, Docu- 
menti deir Arcbivio di Stato di 

Firenze. 
Vol. 9. Mantova (Leon Battista Albertia) 

Dante Alighieri, Documento in- 

edito e sconosciuto. 
Vol. 10. Lettere di Jacopo da Volterra 

a papa Innocenzo VIII. 
Vol. 11. Carlo V., due lettere di ; Vene- 

zia, Le Annotazioni degli Inqui- 

sitori di. 
Vol. 12. Venezia e Eavenna, Antiche re- 

lazioni fra. 
Vol. 13. Savonarola (Fra Girolamo) coi 

Frati Minori, Storia della Con- 

troversia di. 
Vol. 14. I Spagnuoli Matrimoni. 
Vol. 15. Savoia e la Prussia nel secolo 

XVIIL, Eelazioni Diplomaticlie 

tra la casa di. 
Vol. 17. Firenze, Dei tumulti successi in, 

1378. 
Vol. 18. Jacopo (Eiccomano) Libro della 

Tavola di, 772-77. 
Un Confidente degli Inquisitori di 

stato di Venezia. 



Vol. 18. Delle feste e dei giuoclii dei 

Genovesi. 
Vol. 19. I manoscritti Torrigiani. 

La Sicilia sotto Vittorio Amadeo di 

Savoia. 
Documenti intorno alle vicende della 
Libreria Medicea privata (1494- 
1508). 
Delle anticlie rel. fra Venezia e 
Eavenna. 
Vol. 20. Stromenti del Cartulario del 
Monast. di S. Quiriso a Popu- 
lonia. 
Inventario della Libreria Medicea 
privata, 1495. 
Vol. 21. Eicerclie .... della Libreria 
Medicea privata. 
Taggia e i suoi clironisti inediti. 
Vol. 22. II Eegno di Carlo 1° d' Angio. 
Lettere dell' Abate Galiani. 
Documenti tratti dall' archivio 
segreto di Todi. 
Vol. 23. Una monaca del XII. secolo. 

QUAETA SEEIE. 

Vol. 1. II Conte Umberto I. (Bianca- 

mano). 
Vol. 2. La peste e la Compagnia del 

Cappelletto a Todi nel 1368. 
Documenti inediti in antico dia- 

letto Piedmontese. 
Vol. 3. La Guerra de' Senesi col Conte 

di Pitigliano (1454-55). 
Un' ambasciata Veneziana in Un- 

gberia (1500-1503). 
Documenti spettanti al regno di 

Ferd. IV. Borbone. 
Vol. 4. II Piccinino nello stato di Siena 

e la lega Italica (1455-56). 
II medio Evo Trentino. 
Giovanni XXIII. ed il commune di 

Todi. 
L' arte Italiana nella Galleria Nazio- 

nale di Londra. 
Girolamo Savonarola e i nuovi docu- 
menti intorno al medesimo. 
Vol. 5. Gli Statuti del Commune di 

Anghiari del secolo XIII. 
Geografia politica e coragrafia dell* 

Italia Imp. nei sec. IX. e X. 
Intorno al motivo dell' abdicazione 

deir imperatore Diocleziano. 
Ultime relazioni dei Senesi con Papa 

Calisto III. 
Vol. 6. Lettere di Giovanni da Empoli. 
Istoria del Gran duca Ferdinando I. 
Giacomelli del Fiore, pittore Vene- 

ziano del sec. XV. 
Vol. 7. I mercanti di seta Lucchesi in 

Bologna nei sec. XIII. e XIV. 
Laudi spirituali in volgare Veronese 

del sec. XIII. 



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Italy — continued. 

Vol. 7. Galileo Galilei e 1' UniversiU di 
Bologna, 
n libro del Cbiodo uel 1302. 
# Le Carte Strozziane : — Inventario 
[issued in parts and hound in 
vols. 7-18]. 
Vol. 8. Comelio Frangipane, del sec. 
XVI. 
Gli ultimi Stuardi, la Contessa 

d' Albany e Yittorio Alfieri. 
Diario di Felice Brancacci, 1422. 
Vol. 9. Filiberto di Cbalon. 

Lettere inedite sulla morte di Fra 

P. Sarpi. 
Di F. Paladini, pittore Fiorentino 

nei sec. XVI. e XVII. 
Gli studi storici in terra d' Otranto. 
Vol. 10. L' esUio di Cosimo de' Medici. 
DeUa Contessa Adelaide, di Ee 
Ardoino e deUe origine Umbertine. 
Vittorio Alfieri in Alsagia. 
Vol. 11. Notizie e documenti su le con- 
suetuduii delle citta di SiciUa. 
Diario di Palli Strozzi. 
Lettere politicbe dal 1612 al 1614 
di V. Armanni. 



Vol. 12. Biografia di Ser Brunetto Latini. 

Girolamo Luccbesini. 
Vol. 13. Lamento del Conte Lando, 
1358. 
GH avanzi dell' Arcliivio di Volterra. 
Vol. 14. Lettere inedite degli Ambas- 

ciatori Fiorentini, 1340. 
Vol. 15. L'amministrazione della gius- 
tizia in Firenze nel medio Evo. 
n processo di Pier Paolo Vergerio. 
Vol. 16. Scrittura in materia di naviga- 
zione, nel 1629 a Galileo Gablei. 
L' antica Camera del commune di 
Firenze. 
Vol. 17. Protestatio Dini Compagni, 
1302. 
Alcuni capitoli della Cronaca delle 

Tribolazioni. 
Francesco Paolo di Blasi. 
H Cavaliere di Savoia. 
Vol. 18. II giuoco in Italia nei sec. XIII. 
e XIV. 
Le falsificazioni della Storia Asti- 

giana. 
Francesco Algarotti, diplomatico. 
Un' iscrizione Xepesina del 1131. 



I Una Vendetta iii Firenze, 1295. 

' *^* The Volumes not described in detail consist of Re\-ie\vs, Treatises, etc., by living writers. 
Many articles are continued through several volumes. The ' Giornale Stcrico degli Archivi Toscani,' 
commencing in vol. 5 of the 'Archivio,' N. S., is continued through all the succeeding parts. 



Jones (Rev. W., of Nayland) Works, 6 vol. 8vo 1810 



Vol. 1. Life. 

CatboHc Doctrine of Trinity. 
Letter to tbe Common People, and 

Preservation against Modern So- 

cinians. 
Caution against Errors in Doctrine. 
Sbort Way to Trutb, or Doctrine of 

Trinity in Unity illustrated. 
Answer to an Essay on Spirit. 
Vol. 2. Remarks on tbe ' Confessional.' 
Zoologia Etbica, and additional 

Remarks. 
Dissertation on tbe Offering up of 

Isaac. 
Inquiry into Cbrist's Temptation. 
Tbree Dissertations on Life and 

Deatb. 
Reflections on tbe Life, Deatb, etc., 

of tbe Patriarcbs. 
Disquisition concerning tbe Meta- 

pborical Usage and Application of 

Sleep in Scripture. 
Inquiry into Sense of tbe Spring de- 
scribed in Solomon's Song. 
Essay on Confirmation. 
Reflections on Growtb of Heatben- 

ism among Modem Christians. 



Vol. 3, 4. Lectures on tbe Figurative 
Language of tbe Scriptures. 

Sermons. 
Vol. 5. Essay on the Church. 

Present State of the Argument be- 
tween tbe Church of England and 
tbe Dissenters. 

Essay on Man according to the Holy 
S<3riptures. 

Book of Nature. 

Key to the Language of Prophecy. 

Letters from a Tutor to his Pupils. 

Churchman's Catechism. 
Vol. 6. Life of Bishop Home. 

Letter on the Use of the Hebrew 
Language. 

Considerations on Religious Wor- 
ship of the Heathens. 

Letter to Three Converted Jews. 

Letter to tbe Church of England. 

Thoughts on a Cbm-ch Organ. 

The True Christian. 

Two Letters to a Predestinarian. 

Address to the British Government, 
1776. 

Thoughts on Resolutions of Protes- 
tant Dissenters, 1790. 



1S4 



JON — KEP 



JoNBS (Rev. W.) — continued. 

Vol. 6. Proposal for a Eeformation of 

Principles. 
Small Whole-length of Dr. Priestley, 

1792. 
Eesolutions of Common Sense about 

Common Eights, 1792. 
Pennyworth of Truth from Thomas 

Bull to his Brother John, 1792. 



Vol. G. Pennyworth more : a Second 

Letter, 1792. 
Letter to John Bull, Esq., from his 

Second Cousin Thomas, 1793. 
Fable of the Eats, 1771. 
Learning of the Beasts, a Fable, 

for 1795. 
Candid Eeview, 1771. 
Moral Character of the Monkey. 



Jones (Sir W.) Works, with Life, by Lord Teignmouth, 13 vol. 8vo 1807 



Vol. 1, 2. Life. 

Vol. 3. Discourses and Dissertations. 
Vol. 4. Chronology of the Hindus, and 
other Miscellanies. 
Tales and Fables, by Nizami. 
Vol. 5. Papers on Indian Botany. 

Persian Grammar. 
Vol. 6. Poeseos Asiatica3 Commentaria. 
Vol. 7, 8. Charges to the Grand Jury at 
Calcutta, from 1783-92. 
Institutes of Hindu Law, or Ordi- 
nances of Menu. 
Mahommedan Law of Succession. 
Mahommedan Law of Inheritance 
and of Bailments. 



Vol. 9. Speeches of Is£eus, with Notes 
and Commentary. 
Sacontala. 
Vol. 10. Poems and Translations. 
MoaUakat. 

Lettre a M. Anquetil du Perron. 
Vol. 11, 12. Histoire de Nader Shah. 
Traite sur la Poesie Orientale. Dis- 
sertation sur la Litterature Orien- 
tale. 
Introduction to the Life of Nader 
Shah. 
Vol. 13. Hitepadesa of Vishmesharma. 
Hymns to Pracriti, etc. 
Extracts from the Vedas. 



K 

Kepler (J.), Opera Omnia, 8 vol. in 7, roy. 8vo Francofurti, 1858-70 



Vol. 1. Mysterium Cosmographicum. 
Apologia Tychonis contra E. Ursum. 
Liters Kepleri de Eebus Astrolo- 

gicis. 
Calendarium in a. 1598. 
Calendarium in a. 1599. 
De Fundamentis Astrologias certiori- 

bus. 
Judicium de Trigono Igneo. 
Prognosticum in a. 1G05. 
Bericht vom neuen Stern ^004. 
Prognosticum in a. 1618 et 1619. 
Eesponsio ad Eoeslinum, Tertius 

Interveniens. 
Vol. 2. Litteras. 

Astronomiie pars Optica. 

De Tubo optico. 

De Stella nova in Serpentario. 

De SteUa nova in Cygno. 

Phenomenon singulare, seu Mercu- 

rius in Sole visus. 
Vol. 3. Littera). 

Comment, de Motibus StellaB Martis. 
Fragmenta Studiorum astronomico- 

rum e. MSS. Pulkoviensibus. 
Epistola de Solis Deliquio. 
Vol. 4. Litterae. 

Dialogus de Calendario Gregoriano. 
Judicium de Calendario Gregoriano. 



Vol. 4. De Temporis Initio, de Mundi 

^tate. 
Chronologia Judaeorum, Grtecorum, 

&c. 
Ex Petavii Libro de Doctrina Tem- 

porum. 
De Jesu Christi Servatoris nostri 

vero Anno natalitio. 
Teutscher Bericht vom Geburtsjahr 

Christi. 
Eesponsio ad Sethum Calvisium. 
De vero Anno, quo feternus Dei 

Fihus humanam Naturam assum- 

sit. 
Eclog£e Chronica. 
Kanones pueriles. 
Synopsis ^Erarum usualium. 
Ex Tabulis Eudolphinis. 
Stereometria DoHorum. 
Vol. 5. Litter®. 

Harmonices Mundi Libri V. et App. 
CI. Ptolemaei Harmonicorum liber 

III. cap. iii.-xvi. 
Apologia pro Opere Harmonices 

Mundi ad versus Demonstratio- 

nem analyticam Eoberti Flucti- 

bus. 
In Harmoniam Mundi Notas Edi- 

toris. 



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Kepler (J.) — continued. 

Vol. 5. Ausszug aus der uralten Messe- 

Kunst Archimedis. 
Judicium de Mensuris (ex MSS. 

Pulkov.) 
Mensurfe Civitatis Ulmensis. 
Macbiiia hydraulica (ex MSS. 

Pulkov.) 
Vol. 6. Litterae. 

Epitome Astronomiae Copemicanse. 

Tabulae Eudolphinse. 

Consideratio Observationum Eegio- 

montani et ^Yaltbe^i. 
■Vol. 7. Litterfe. 

Bericbt von dem Kometen des Jahrs 

1607. 
De Cometis Libelli tres. 
Tycbonis'Brabei Hyperaspistes. 
CbiUas Logaritbmorum Prascepta 

(1-30) ex Tabulis Rudolpbinis. 
Ex Ephemeridum Yolumine. 
Eesponsio ad Epistolam J. 

Burtscbii. 
De Raris Mirisque Amii 1631, &c. 
Eesponsio ad Epistolam Terrentii. 
Discurs von der grossen Conjunc- 
tion 1623. 



Vol. 7. De Nive sexangula. 

Excerpta ex Manuscriptis Pulkovien- 

sibus. 
Vol. 8. Litterae. 

Bericbt von den Finstemissen der 

Jabre 1620-21; 
Somnium, seu de Astronomia 

Lunari. 
Plutarcbii Libellus de Facie in 

Luna, latiue redditus. 
Unterricbt vom H. Sacrament des 

Leibs und Bluts Jesu Cbristi. 
Elegia de Nuptiis Huldenrici. 
Lessus in Funere Heilandi. 
Elegia in Obitum Tycbonis Bralie. 
Collectanea ex Codicibus Pulkovien- 

sibus. 
Judicium Matris Kepleri. 
Historia Astronomic Seculo XVI. 
Kepleri Vita. 
De Kepleri Familia. 
De Amicis et Fautoribus Kepleri. 
Kepleri Literarum Studia et Doc- 

trina. 
Index Eernm et Auctorum. 



Kerb (E.) CoUection of Voyages and Travels, 18 vol. 8vo 1824 



Vol. 1. Discoveries in Time of Alfred, 
etc. (864-1064). 
Voyages of Eabbi Benjamin, Eu- 
bruquis, Marco Polo, Mandeville, 
etc. (1001-1436). 
Vol. 2. Early Pilgrimages to tbe Holy 
Land (1097-1107). 
Discovery of Madeira. 
Discovery of Canary Islands. 
Discoveries and Conquests of Portu- 
guese (1412-1605). 
Vol. 8-5. Columbus's Discovery of 
America, by Don Ferd. Colum- 
bus. 
Herrera's Hist, of Columbus's Dis- 
covery of America. 
Voyages of Amer. Yespucius. 
Spanisb Discoveries from Deatb of 

Columbus to Exped. of Cortes. 
Bemal Diaz's Hist, of Conquest of 

Mexico, by Cortes. 
Zarate's Hist, of Conquest of Peru, 
by Pizarro, and Continuation to 
1549. 
Garcilasso de la Vega's History of 

Peru. ■ 
Discovery and Conquest of Chili, 

from Molina and Ovalle. 
Hen-era's History of Discovery and 
Conquest of Florida, 
Vol. 6-8. Early English Voyages of Dis- 
covery to America from Cabot's, 
1497, to Tison's, 1526. 



Vol. 6-8. Cartier's Voyages to New- 
foundland and Canada, 1534-35. 
Portuguese Discoveries and Con- 
quests in India, from 1505-1640, 
by Faria y Sousa. 
Verthema's Voyages in Egypt, 

SjTia, etc. 
Caes. Frederick's Voyage to India. 
Early Enghsh Voyages to Guinea 

and W. Coasts of Aii-ica. 
Early Enghsh Voyages to India 

before estabhshment of E.I.C. 
Early Enghsh Miscel. Voyages. 
Vol. 8, 9. Enghsh Voyages to India after 
estab. of E.I.C, from Lancaster's 
in 1601 to the Massacre at Am- 
boina in 1623. 
Vol. 10, 11. Early Voyages round the 
World, from MageUan's in 1519 
to Anson's, 1744, 
Vol. 12, 13. Byron's Vovage, 1764-66. 
Walhs's Voyage, 1706-8. 
Cook's First Voyage, 1768-70. 
Vol. 14, 15. Cook's Second Voyage, 

1772-75. 
Vol. 15-17. Cook's Thu-d Voyage, 
1776-80. 
Appendix. 

Byron's Narr. of Loss of ' Wager.' 
Bulkeley's Narr. respecting ditto. 
Vol. 18. Historical Sketch, etc. 

Catalogue of Vovages and Travels. 



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Sebast. Brandt's Narrenscbiff, mit 

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Tbos. Miirner's Scbelmenzunfft. 

2. Dr. Jobann Faust : 

1. Faust u. seine Vorganger. 

2. Widman's Hauptwerk iiber 
Faust. 

3. Faust's Hollenzwang, etc. 

4. Wortgetreuer Abdruck der 
ersten Aufl. des ersten Buches 
iiber Faust von 1587. 

.Vol.3. Cbris. Wagner : Faust'sFamulus. 
Don Juan Tenorio von Sevilla. 
Die Scbwarz-Klinstler verscbiedener 

Nationen, etc. 
4. Der Tbeuerdank, nach der Ausg. 

von 1519. 
Tho. Miirner's Scbriften und Leben : 
Narrenbeschworung, etc. 
Vol. 5. Die Sage von Faust bis zum 
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Vol. 6. Die gute alte Zeit, gescbildert in 
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Vol. 7. Der Festkalender, etc., von F. 

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Vol. 8. Job. Fiscbart's Gescbicbtklit- 

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mutter. 
Tbo. Miirner's Giiucbmatt, etc. 
Vol. 9. Mytbologie der Volksagen und 

Volksmarcben, von Nork. 
Vol. 10. Job. Fiscbart's Flobbatz, Wei- 

bertratz, etc. 
Tbo. Miirner's Von Lutberiscben 

Narren, und sieben Satyren 

wider ibn. 
Vol. 11. Die Gescbicbte von Faust in 

Keimen ; die Deutscben Volks- 

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Vol. 1. 1. Constitutiones Fratris Gui- 
donis Cardinalis et Apost. Legati, 
promulgatas in Concilio Provinc. 
Vindob. sive Viennensi, in Austria, 
quarto Idus Maii, a.d. 1G67. ' 

2. Decreta Canonica, ab eodem 
ex dicto Concilio Hungaris data. 

3. Eationarium Austrige et 
Styriae ab Heluico Tburingo, 
Ottocari, Eegis Bobemiae, Notario ; 
partim sub ipso Rege Ottocaro 
anno 1665-67 ; partim post an. 

:. 1673 sub Eudolpbo I. compositum. 

4. Prima Statuta et Privilegia 
inclytaa Academiae Vindobonensis. 

5. Statuta et Privilegia Acade- 
mise Vindobonensis recentiora, 
sive Sanctio Pragmatica Ferdi- 
nandi II. Imperatoris. 

6. Recensio Statutorum et 
Privilegiorum Eegiae Academiae 
ParisinaB, cum integro alio eorun- 
dem monumentorum catalogo 
nunc primum edito. 

7. Recensio XXIV. codicum 
Caesareorum ad vitam, etc., Caroli 
M. pertinent, ex quibus a Lam- 
becio vulgata fuerunt baec : Ex 
codice Psalmorum jussu Caroli 
M. a Dagulfo scripto, quo B. Hil- 
degardis usa fuisse fertur ; S. Gre- 



gorii Magni Benedictionale, a 
Lambecio pro ined. babitum, vul- 
gatumque ; Antiqua Formula con- 
I'essionis auricularis Tbeotisca, 
recentioris Teutonicae dialecti ver- 
sione interlineari a Lambecio ex- 
plicata ; Anonymi Prologus trium 
librorum de sanctitate meritorum 
et gloria miraculor. S. Caroli M. ; 
Duo supplementa Historiae de 
gestis Caroli M. vulgo Turpino, 
vel Tulpino, Ebemensium Arcbi- 
episcopo, adscript® ; Specimina 
Divini Officii et MissaB de S. 
Carolo M. ; Annales Fuldenses, 
ex Caesareo Codice a Lambecio 
castigati ; Eorumdem Annalium, 
a Frebero et Ducbenio vulgatorum, 
lacuna ingens ex membranis 
Caesareis nunc primum expleta ; 
Breves Annales Francorum, pro 
ineditis a Lambecio babiti, re ipsa 
autem Pars prior Cbronici Hil- 
desbeimensis ; Fragmentum An- 
nalium Francicorum, 794-803, 
auctore non designate ; Specimen 
Poematis de Rebus gestis Caroli 
M. et Rulandi, antiquis rbytbmis 
Germanicis, auctore Strichero; 
Breve Supplementum Historiaa 
Tbegani Cborepiscopi Trevirensis, 



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KoLLAEius (A. F.) — continued. 

de Rebus a Ludovico Pio gestis ; 
Breve Chronicon Regum Fran- 
corum, a cl. Muratorio, in Aiinali- 
bus Francicis Lambecianis omis- 
sum ; Anonyrui, Carolo M. Syn- 
cbroni, vel Eginbardi, Epitome 
Cbroiaologica ab Adamo usque ad 
A.c. 809 ; Alcuini Poemata duo, 
unum hexametrum, elegiacum 
alterum ; Excerpta quaedam ad 
Vit. S. Yedasti pertiuentia ; Ex 
Otfridi Weissenburgensis volu- 
mine Evangeliormu Excerpta. 
Yol. 1. 8. Ex bistoria Austriaca Henrici 
Gundelfingii Pars III., cum app. 
de Successione Comitum Terio- 
lensium. 

9. Jo. J. Fuggeri descriptio 
Germanica praelu Granseensis, a 
Lambecio in Lat. con versa, in 
qua fit mentio Cimeliorum Caroli 
Pugnacis, Ducis Burgundiae. 

10. Yetusta monumenta Y. ad 
Historiam celeberrimi in Inferiori 
Austria Mellicensis Ccenobii or- 
dinis S. Benedicti pertinentia, 
videlicet : Historia Mart}Tii et 
Miraculorum S. Colomanni ; His- 
toria de Beato Gotbabno ; His- 
toria de Particula S. Crucis, quae 
in Coenobio Mellicensi adservatur ; 
Historia fundationis Coenobii 
Mellicensis ; Epitapbia Marcbio- 
num et Marcbionissarum quorum 
ossa in Coenobio Mellicensi qui- 
escunt. 

11. TbeodoriciTburingide vita, 
morte, miracubs S. Elisabetbae. 

12. Yetustae memoriae, bistoriam 
Monasterii Cluniacensis in Gallia, 
et Gemblacensis in Brabantia, 
illustrantes, videlicet : Officium 
Eccles. in bonorem S. Morandi 
monacbi Cluniacensis, ejusdem 
Yita, ab anon}-mo scripta ; Nar- 
ratio de elevatione corporis S. 
Guiberti, sive Wiberti, fimdatoris 
ccenobii Gemblacensis, composita 
a Sigeberto ; diplomata duo, Ot- 
tonis I. Imp. et Benedicti YH. 
Pontif . Max. de pri^ilegiis Monast. 
Gembl. ; Narratio incendii, quo 
Gemblacense Monasterium 1538 
conflagra%'it. 

13. Yita S. Remigii, Archiepi- 
scopi Rotomagensis. 

14. Yita S. Firmini, Episcopi et 
Confessoris. 

15. Calendarium Roman, eth- 
nics vetustatis, sub Imp. Con- 
■tantio, circa 354, compositum. 

16. De Camunto, deque priscis 



ejus urbis reliquiis, a Lambecio 
detectis. 
Yol. 1. 17, Yetustiss. Monumentum 
ItaUco-Gotbicum, Cbarta Raven- 
nensis a Mabillonio adpellatum. 

18. Augerii Busbeclai, Joannis 
Sambuci, Henrici Sa\illi, ad 
Hugonem Blotium, Aug. Biblio- 
tbecie Praefectum, Epistolas quae- 
dam ; quibus accessit una J. A. 
Saraceni ad Sambucum de Dio- 
scoride, Gr. et Lat. 

19. Petri a Yalle, Tliuani, 
Scbeilderi, Ducfei, Sirmondi, 
Savilii, Darimplii et Holstenii ad 
Sebastianum Tengnagelium, Aug. 
Bib. Praefectum de Nicephori 
CaUisti Caesareo codice manusc. 
Epistol. 

20. Prisca quaepiam Monumen- 
ta, ex quibus dilucet, gentem 
Furstenbergicam Rudolpho I., 
Imperatori, ejusque domus, cog- 
natione jungi. 

21. Lucae Holstenii, Yatican© 
Bibl. praefecti, ad Lambecium, 
Epistolae 22. Octavae junguntur 
Libanii SopbistaeEpistolje Graecas 
12, ex Codice Yaticano ab Hol- 
stenio depromptae. Adject. Hol- 
stenii Tabulae, nunc primum in 
lucem prolate. 

22. Doctissimorum Yirorum 
Efiigies et Yitae compendio exhi- 
bitae, qui saeculo Cbristi XY, post 
captam aTurcisConstantinopolim 
literas Graecas ItaHae intulerunt. 

23. Sinarum Scientia Politico- 
Moralis, ex autograpbo exemplo, 
a Prospero Intorcetta, Sicido, e 
Soc. Jesu : partim apud Sinas 
partim Gofe in India primum in 
lucem edita. 

24. Specimina vestitus Sinici 
virilis et midiebris. 

25. Siugularia quaedam ad His- 
toriam Naturalem pertinentia, 
videKcet : Dentes, vulgo Gigantaei 
dicti, re ipsa, ut videtur, XiOutfiaru, 
sive corpora alia, aut dentes ani- 
mantium, in lapidem majori mole, 
indurati. Frumentum mirae ve- 
tustatis. Pullus gallinaceus bi- 
ceps. 

26. Testamentum Corocottse 
Porcelli, scboliis Lambecii illus- 
tratum. 

Vol. 2. 1. ^nes Syh-ii Senensis, sive 
Pii Papae II., Historia Austriaca, 
ex codicibus auctoris manuscrip- 
tis Caesareis, nunc primum integre 
edita. 



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KoLLARius (A. F.) — continued. 

Vol. 2. 2. J. W. Boecleri in Historiam 
Austriacam Miiess Sylvii Adiiota- 
tiones. 

3. Hinderbacliii, Episcopi Tri- 
denthii, Historise Austriacse, ab 
^nea Sylvio scriptse, Continua- 
tio, hactenus ined. 

4. ExcerptaHistoriea, exDiario 
manu Imp. Friderici III. scripto, 
post Lambecium diligentius vul- 
gata. 

5. Coloniensis Academife Sen- 
tentia de potestate conciliorum 
generalium ; imprimis vero Basile- 
ensis auctoritate, Theodorici, Colo- 
niensis Arcbiepiscopi jussu, ad 
Patres Concilii Basileensis missa. 

6. iEne® Sylvii Libellus Dia- 
logorum, de auctoritate genera- 
lium et gestis Basileensium 
scriptus, ac responsi loco ad 
superiorem sententiam Colonien- 



sibus submissus, Prodit nunc 
primum in lucem ex binis manu- 
exaratis codd, Caesareis. 
Vol. 2. 7. Mneve Sylvii eadem de re ad 
Hartungum Capellam, Imperatori 
Friderico III. a secretis, Epistola, 
liactenus inedita. 

8. Ant.BonfiniiPraefatioPhilo- 
strati senioris operibus in Lat. 
sermonem ab eo conversisprffifixa, 
ad Matbiam Corvinuni Hungarite 
Eegem, de rebus in Austria con- 
tra Imp. Fridericum III. ab eodem 
gestis. 

9. SyllogeDiplomatum,Littera- 
rum, Actorum Publicorum, etc., 
quorum testimonio et fide res 
Austriaceffi, Hungaricae, etc., ab 
Imp. Friderico usque ad annum 
1453 gestfe in primis nituntur ; 
omnia nunc primum collecta et 
in lucem prolata. 



KoTZEBUE (A.) Tlieater, 40 vol. in 20, 8vo Wien, 1840 



Vol. 1. Der Eremit. 

Indianer in England. 

Menschenliass und Keue. 
Vol. 2. Jakobinerldubb. 

Kind der Liebe. 

Sonnenj ungfrau. 
Vol. 3. Die edle Liige. 

Moritz Bruder. 

Negersklaven. 

Papagei. 

Spiegelritter. 
Vol. 4. Graf Benjowski. 

Eolla's Tod. 

Die Spanier in Peru. 

Sultan Wampum. 
Vol. 5. Arrautb und Edelsinn. 

Mann von vierzig Jabren. 

Die Verlaumder. 
Vol. 6. Graf von Burgund. 

Falscbe Scbam. 

Wildfang. 

Witwe. 
Vol. 7. La Peyrouse. 

Die Ungliicklichen. 

Die Versohnung. 

Verwandscbaften. 
Vol. 8. Dorf im Gebirge. 

Silberne Hocbzeit. 

Opfertod. 
Vol. 9. Corsen. 

Ueble Laune. 

Der alte Leibkutscber. 

Leineweber. 

Johanna von Montfaucon. 
Vol. 10. Abbe de I'Epee. 

Der liyperboraisclie Esel. 

Der Gefangene. 

Das neue Jabrliundert. 



Vol. 10. Scbreibepult. 
Vol. 11. Epigramm. 

Die kluge Frau im Walde. 

Lolin der Wabrbeit. 

Der stumme Eitter. 
Vol. 12. Die beiden Klingsberg. 

Octavia. 

Des Vaters Zuriickkunft. 
Vol. 13. Bayard. 

Gustav Wasa. 
Vol. 14. Habnenscblag. 

Das Lustscbloss. 

Sucbt zu gliinzen. 

Die schlaue Witwe. 

Ariadne auf Naxos. 

Der Besucb. 

Die barmberzigen Briider. 

Cleopatra. 

Unser Fritz. 
Vol. 15. Hussiten. 

Die Kleinstildter. 

Die franzosiscben Kleinstildter. 

Der Muthwillige. 
Vol. 16. Bimbambum. 

Hugo Grotius. 

Incognito. 

Eiibezalil. 

Scbauspieler wider Willen. 

Tocbter Pbaraonis. 

Urtbeil des Paris. 

Triumph der Wahrheit. 

Die Uhr. 
Vol. 17. Der arme Candidat. 

Gimpel auf der Messe. 

Hygea. 

Der todte Neffe. 

Die PageDstreiclie. 

Putzmacherin. 



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KoTZEBUE (A.) — continued. 

Vol. 17. Don Eauudo. 

Die Sparbiichse. 
Vol. 18. Der Abschied. 

Belagenmg von Marienburg. 

Eduard von Schottlaaid. 

Der Tiii-kische Gesandte. 

Die Nacht eines Fliichtlings. 

Stricknadebi. 

Tnmkenbold. 

Der Vater von Ungefukr. 
Vol. 19. Eulenspiegel. 

Das Leiermadchen. 

Das Kostlichste. 

Die gefabrliche Nachbarscliaft. 

Die Schule der Frauen. 
Vol. 20. Die Brandscbiitzung. 

Carolus Magnus. Das verlome Kind. 

Blinde Liebe. . 

Die Orgaue des Gebims. 

Die Kuinen von Athen. 

Der Sammtrock. 
Vol. 21. Der Stunime. 

Das Strandrecbt. 

Postbaus in Treuenbrietzen. 

Claudius Kaiser. 

Der Deserteur. 
Vol. 22. Das liebe Dorfcben. 

Die Erbsebaft. 

Graf von Gleicben. 

Der Kater xmd der Eosenstock 

Lustspiel am Fenster. 

Das Gespenst. 

Der Eusse ia Deutscbland. 

Die Unvermablte. 

Die engliscben Waren. 
Vol. 23. Die Abenstunde. 

Der kleine Deklamator. 

Der Hagestolz imd die Korbe. 

Das Intermezzo. 

Das Landbaus an der Heerstrasse. 

Die Seescblacbt und die Meer- 
katze. 

Ubaldo. 
Vol. 21. Die bliibende Aloe. 

Des Esels Scbatten. 

Der blinde Gartner. 

Der Harem. 

Herr Gottlieb Merks. 

Der biiuslicbe Zwist. 

Pandorens Biicbse. 

Der Prozess in Krabwinkel. 

Die Zerstreuten. 
Vol. 25. Der verbrannte Amor. 

BHnd Gelanden. 

Die argwobniscben Ebeleute. 

Die Feurerprobe. 

Die kleiae Zigeunerin. 
Vol. 26. Das zugemauerte Fenster. 

Feodora. 

Das Arabiscbe Pulver. 

Die Gluckercben. 

Komodiantin aus Liebe. 



Vol. 26. Minnesanger. 

Sorgen obne Notb. 
Vol. 27. Feldkiimmel. 

Die neue Frauenschule. 

Die alten Liebscbaften. 

Das Tbal von Almeria. 

Der Liigenfeind. 

Das unsicbtbare Madchen. 

Die Quaker. 
Vol. 28. Auvergnaten. 

Belagerung von Saragossa. 

Die respektable GeseUscbaft. 

Max Helfenstein. 

Das getbeilte Herz. 

Die 5lasken. 

Der arme Poet. 

Die Eosen. 
Vol. 29. Bela's Flucht. 

Brief aus Cadix. 

Flucb eines Eomers. 

Die deutscbe Hausfrau. 

Seltene Krankbeit. 

Nacbtmiitze. 

Ungams erste Wobltbater. 
Vol. 30. Die Alpeubiitte. 

Die Priazession von Cacambo. 

Pervonte. 

Die neue Eitterzeit. 

Braut und Braiitigam. 

Giesbrecbt. 

Der Kjificbt. 

Zwei fur erne Nicbten. 
Vol. 31. Adelbeid von Wulfingen. 

Der Kosak Babbel. 

Scbelmische Frier. 

Die Eiickkebr der FreiwiUigeii. 

Wer weiss wozu das gut ist ? 

Der Sebawl. 
Vol. 32. Die Kreuzfabrer. 

Der Scbutzgeist. 

Die Grossmama. 
Vol. 33. Die Beicbte. 

Der Westindier. 

Der Verscbwiegene wider WrUen. 

Die Seelenwanderung. 

Der Edukationsratb. 

Drei- Vater auf einmal. 

Die Uniform des Feldmarscliall'S 
Wellington. 
Vol. 31. Der Eebbock. 

Rudolpb von Habsburg. 

Des Hasses und der Leibe Rache. 
Vol. 35. Der Freimaurer. 

Der Euf. 

Der Citberscbliiger. 

Die Bestoblenen. 

Der gerade Weg der beste. 

Die Brillen Insel. 

Der Kififbauser-Berg. 
Vol. 36. Alfred. 

Der bolzeme Sabel. 

Die Wiiste. 



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KoTZEBUE (A.) — continued. 

Vol. 36. Die Eiiiladungskarte. 

Marie. 

Der Vielwisser. 
Vol. 37. Der Spiegel. 

La Peyrouse. 

Der Eotlimantel. 

Der Kapitiin Belronde. 

Die Verkleidungen. 

Die fiirstliclie Wildfang. 
Vol. 38. Die Selbstmorder. 

Bosenmadchen. 

Gisela. 

Tascbenbueb. 



Vol. 38. Die entlarvte Fromme. 
Vol. 39. Der deutscbe Mann, u.s.w. 

Hermann und Tbusnelde. 

Menscbenbass und Keue. 

Die eifersucbtige Frau. 
Vol.-40. Pfalzgraf Heinricb. 

Verlegenbeit und List. 

Die Frau vom Hause. 

Der Flussgott Niemen. 

Das Leibbabor-Tbeater. 

Die scbone Unbekannte. 

Alpbabetiscbes Verzeicbniss aller 
K.'s Tbeaterstiicke. 



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Lives of Britisb Poets. 

Bretvster : Treatise on Optics. 



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Crowe : History of France. 

De Morgan : Essay on Probabilities. 

Donovan : Treatise on Cbemistry. 

Treatise on Domestic Economy. 

Dunham : Histories of Scandinavia, 
Germany, Europe Middle Ages, Po- 
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Lives of Britisb Dramatists. 

Lives of Early "Writers. 



Fosbroke : Greek and Eoman Antiquities. 

Gleig : Lives of Commanders. 

Grattan : History of tbe Netberlands. 

Henslow : Pbysiological Botany. 

Herschel : Natural Pbilosopby, As- 
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Holland : Manufacture of Metals. 

James : Lives of Foreign Statesmen. 

Kater and Lardner : Mechanics. 

Keightley : Outlines of History. 

Lardner : Treatises on Arithmetic, 
Geometry, Heat, Hydrostatics and 
Pneumatics. 

Lardner and Walker : Electricity and 
Magnetism. 

Lives of British Statesmen. 

Lives of Italian, Spanish, and Portu- 
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Mackintosh : History of England. 
3Ioore : History of Ireland, 

Chronology of History. 

; Treatise on Geology. 

Manufacture of Porcelain 



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Glass. 

Manufacture of Silk. 

Poivell : History of Natural Philosophy. 

Borne, History of. 

Boscoe : Lives of Lawyers. 

Scott : History of Scotland. 

Shelley : Lives of French Authors. 

Shuckard and Swainson : History of 

Insects. 
Sismondi : Fall of tbe Eoman Empire. 

Italian Eepublics. 

Southey : Lives of Admirals. 
Stehhing : History of tbe Church. 

History of the Eeformation. 

Sivainson : Animals in Menageries. 

Natural History. 

Geography and Classification of 



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omnes, et religionis reformatione priores, etc., 3 vol. fol Hanov. 1707 



Vol. 1. Excerpta vet. Scriptorum de 
populis ad Albim et Visurgim. 

Lex Saxonum, Anglorum et Weri- 
norum. 

Altfridi vita S. Ludgeri. 

Excerptum ex Litaniis Eytbmicis, 
vitam S. Ludgeri continentibus. 

Cbartularium Wertbinense. 



Vol. 1 . Poetab Saxonis Annales Caroli Mag. 

Vita S. Idae. 

Translatio S. Pusinnae. 

Legenda de martyribus interfectis in 
Hamburg et in Ebbekestorp re- 
conditis. 

Fragmenta ex Martyrum in Ebbe- 
kestorp quiescentium Passione. 



LEI 



Ul 



Leibnitz (G. G.) — continued. 

Vol. 1. Supplementum hiatus Annalium 
Fuldensium. 

Vita Mathildis Reginae Germaniae. 

Siunma Capitum, ex q. constant tres 
Libri Widukindi Corbeiensis, 
qualis legitur in Cod. antiquo 
Bibl. Casinensis. 

VarLect. ex Widukindi Codice Arch. 
Elect. Dresdensis. 

Historic Witichindi, ed. Basilea 
apud Hcrvagium, collatio cum 
MS. Cod. Bibhothecffi Casinensis. 

Litaniae biaae in Corbeia Saxoniae 
usurpatfe. 

Licerti Auct. Cannen Paneg. Ln 
laudem Berengarii Augusti. 

Translatio rehquiarum Corporis S. 
Epiphanii ex Italia in Hildesheim. 

De fundatione quarundam Saxonife 
Ecclesiarum a temporibus CaroH 
M. ad Ottonem M. 

Vita S. Adelheidis Inaperatricis, 
auctore OdUone. 

Vita D. Brunonis Archiepisc. Colo- 
niensis a Euotgero scripta. 

Testamentum Brunonis cum ejus 
Epitaphio. 

Testimonium de Domino Bnmone 
ex vita Gerhardi Abbatis Broni- 
ensis. 

Narratio de Translatione S. Ever- 
gisli Colon, olim Episcopi, ex 
Tungrensi Urbe ad Metropohn, 
proc. a Brunone. 

Vita Theodorici I. Metensis Epi- 
scopi, ex stirpe Witikindea, scripta 
a Sigeberto Le%'ita S. Vincentii. 

De venerabiUbus Palatinis Eheni, 
EhrenfridoseuEzone et Mathilde, 
eorumque fiHa B. Eicheza, regina 
Polonife, narratio a Monacho 
BrunwiUerensi conscripta. 

Ditmarus restitutus, sive Ditmari 
(Episcopi Merseburgensis ) Gesta 
Saxonum, Libris VIII. compre- 
hensa, quibus Caesarum Bruns- 
vicensium historia contiaetur. 

Vita Ditmari ex codice MS. cujus- 
dam Chronici Antistitum Merse- 
burgensium. 
Vita Henrici S. Imp. ab Adelboldo 

conscripta. 
Vita S. Bemwardi XIII. Hildesh. 
Episcopi, auctore Tangmaro. 

Xarratio de Canonisatione et Trans- 
latione S. Bemwardi. 

Compendium vitae S. Bemwardi. 

Vita S. Godehardi Episcopi Hildens- 

hemensis. 
Historia Canonisationis S. Gode- 
hardi et Translationis ejus cor- 
poris. 



Vol. 1. Vita Meinwerci Episcopi Pater- 

brunnensis. 
Vita B. Heimeradi, Presbyteri et 

Confessoris, auctore Egberto. 
Acta Pontificum Romanorum gente 

Saxonum, Gregorii V. et de- 
mentis n. 
Guhelmi Appuli Historicum Poema 

de rebus Normannorum in Sici- 

ha, Apuhaet Calabria gestis, usque 

ad mortem Roberti Guiscardi 

Ducis. 
Donnizonis Vita Mathildis cele- 

berrimae Principis Itahae, carmine 

scripta. 
Vita Mathildis oratione soluta com- 

prehensa. 
De S. Autore et Translatione rehq. 

ejus in regionem Brunsvicensem. 
E, Eeinehusensis Abbatis opuscu- 

lum de FamiHa Winzenbrn-gensi 

et Reinhardi Episcopi Halber- 

stadiensis. 
Auctoris incerti, Imp. ab Henrico 

Aucupe ad Henricum V. res 

gestas. 
Annales HUdeshemenses ab anno 

Incamat. Domini 714-1138. 
Chronicon Episcoporum Hildeshem- 

ensium. 
Excerpta ex Necrologio Hildesh. 

Ecclesiae veteri. 
Indicuh Confratemitatum et Epi- 

scop. Hildeshem. Ecclesiae. 
Nomina Archi-Episc. et Episc. qui 

primum in Eccles. Cathed. Hil- 
desh. Canonici fuerunt. 
Excerpta ex Libro Donationum Ec- 
clesiae Hildeshemensi. 
Fragment um de rehquiis quibusdam 

Eccl. Cathed. HOdeshemensis. 
Catalogus Episc. Hildeshem. sum- 

tus de Chronico Eggehardi Vra- 

giensis Abbatis. 
Versus antiqui de venerabiH Vicelino 

Episcopo Altenburgensi. 
Compendium vitae et Translationis 

venerabUis Vicehni. 
Weingartensis Monachi Chronicon 

de Guelfis principibus. 
Ejusdem Chronicon a Christo nato 

ad a. 1197. 
Arbor Geneal. prasfixa antiq. cod. 

membran. MSto. Historias de 

Guelfis principibus. 
Lad. Sundheimii (Canonici Vien- 

nensj's) Famiha Welphorum 300- 

1212. 
Othonis Morenae et Acerbi (Othonis 

F. I Rermn Laudensium temp. 

Friderici ^Enobarbi Historia. 
Chronicon Stederburgense, cui in- 



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Leibnitz (G. G.) — continued. 

serta est Gerliardi Prsepositi de 
Henrici Leonis postremis rebus 
gestis hist. Narratio. 
Vol. 1. Excerpta ex Narratione de Gode- 
scalci visionibus. 

Excerpta ex Eogerio Hovedeno de 
rebus gestis Henrici Leonis 
SaxonijB Ducis et Filii ejus Ottonis 
IV. Imp. 

Gervasii Tilberiensis (Arelatensis 
regni Mareschalci) Otia Impe- 
rialia ad Ottonem IV. Imp. 

Varige Lectiones et Emendationes 
Ditmari, serius annotatae. 
Vol. 2. Vita S. Conradi ex Guelfis, Epi- 
scopi Constantiensis. 

Cbronicon vetus Ducum Brunsvic. 
et Lvineburg. 

Fragmentum Genealogiae Ducum 
Brunsvic. 

Theod. Engelliusii Genealogia Du- 
cum Brunsvic. illorum, qui Lim- 
beck, Osterrot et Duderstat cum 
attinentiis, possederunt. 

Narratio Altbahensis de quorundam 
Ducum Bavarise' genealogia et in- 
crementis. 

Ger. Maurisii Historia Dissidiorum 
Marcliionis Estensis cum Ecelino 
de Eomano. 

Sententia Arbitralis Jobannis regis 
Franci^e super controversia bono- 
ris et appellatione ad Duellum 
inter Ottonem ducem in Bruns- 
"wic. et Henricum Due. Lancas- 
triffi, 1352. 

Excerpta de gestis Ottonis Taren- 
tini, Ducis Brunsvic. ex Tbeodo- 
rico de Nyem et Gobelino persona. 

Excerpta Cbronologica de Ducibus 
Brunsvic. et de reliquiis Ecclesiae 
Colleg. S. Blasii 1312. 

Compilatio Cbron. a temp. Caroli 
M. ad a. 1410. 

Cbronicon Eiddagsbusanum 525 ad 
arm. usque 1508, continuatum. 

DusB diversae continuationes Chro- 
nici Engelbusani, 1424-33. 

Telomonii Ornatomontani Descrip- 
tio belli inter Henricos Juniorem 
et Seniorem Duces Brunsv. et 
Luneberg. Civitatemque Bruns- 
vicensem circa a. 1492 gesti. 

Excerpta ex Monasterii S. Micbaelis 
Hildens. Necrologio. 

Cbronicon Ecclesias Halberstad. 
781-1209. 

Historia Alberti II. Episcopi Hal- 
berstadensis, nati ex ducibus 
Brunsvic, 1324-1349. 

Catalogus Episcop. Hildesheim, 
822-1520. 



Vol. 2. Prfecepta Ludovici I. et Henrici 
Sancti Impp. super terminatione 
et circumscriptione finium Eccle- 
sife Hildensemensis, 1013. 

Hermanni de Lerbecke Cbronicon 
Episc. Mindensium, 780-1480. 

Cbronicon Episcoporum Verden- 
sium, 786-1473. 

Vita S. Swiberti dicti Episcopi Ver- 
densis, falso attributa Markelmo 
Presbytero. 

Ludgeri I. Episcopi Monasteriensis 
Belatio de Canon. S. Swiberti 
supposititia, 803. 

Excerpta ex Opere Jobannis Ebcde 
Arcbi-Episc. Bremensis quod a 
nonnuUis Cbronicon appellatur, 
et inscribitur, Eegistrum Bono- 
rum et Jurium Ecclesiffi Bre- 
mensis. 

Cbronicon Saxonum Quedlinb. 364- 
1025. 

Annales antiqui Corbeiae Saxonicse 
subinde continuati, 815-1471. 

Roswitbffi carmen de Primordiis et 
Fundatoribus Coenobii Gandes- 
liemensis. 

Henrici Bodonis Cbronici Gandes- 
bemensis supplementum, 881- 
1531. 

Selecta ex Chronico Clusino Henrici 
Bodonis, 1124-1541. 

Diplomata Gandbersbeimensia, aut 
ex iis excerpta, 877-1256. 

Narratio de Fundatione et restaura- 
tione monasterii S. Micbaelis in 
Liineburcb. 

Ott. Kulzingi (Praspositi in Hilgen- 
tbal) Narratio de Fundatione et 
Translatione Monasterii sui in 
Luneborcb, 1314-1383. 

Cbronicon Coenobii S. Micbaelis in 
Hildesbeim Ordinis S. Benedicti, 
1001-1706. 

Job. Legatii Cbronicon Coenobii S. 
Godebardi in Hildesbeim, 1136. 

Narratio de origine monasterii 
Montis S. Mariae prope Helm- 
stede et Monasterii Mariae Fon- 
tis. 

Henrici de Bernten, Chronicon 
Monasterii Marienrode. 

Narratiuncula de Fundatione Coe- 
nobii S. Crucis apud Brunsvic. 

Excerpta ex Ordinario Ecclesite S. 
Mattbffii Bruns\-ic., 1265-1420. 

M. Job. Buscbii Liber reformationis 
monasteriorum quorundam Sax- 
oniae, 

Monachi Hamerslebiensis Narratio 
de Basilica Goslariensi ej usque 
praspositis. 



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US 



Leibnitz (G. G.) — continued. 

Vol. 2. Johannis de Polda Chronicon 
Eccl. Hamelensis suppletmn, 
712-1384. 

Excerpta Historiarum memora- 
bilium Caesarii Heisterbacensis, 
Monaclii ordinis Cistertiensis loca, 
quae agunt de rebus Ottonis IV., 
et contemporaneis. 

Disputatio carmine conscripta inter 
Eomam et Papam de Ottonis IV. 
destitutione. 

Cbronicon parvmn Ecclesiae SS. 
Simonis et Judae Goslariensis, 
cum recensione reliquiarmn, 912- 
1106. 

Helmoldi (Presbyt. Bosoviensis) et 
Amoldi (Abbatis Lubecensis) 
Chronica Slavorum, collata cum 
Chronico Comeri MSCto, et sub- 
inde emendata. 

Loca in Hermanni Comeri Chronico 
inedito ex Hebnoldo, vel Amoldo 
citata, quae tamen apud eosdem, 
quales extant, vel plane non, vel 
aUter leguntur, 871-1211. 

Emendationes et supplementa Oti- 
orum Imperiahum Gervasii Til- 
beriensis, Tomo Primo edito- 
rum. 

Chronica Episcoporum Hildens- 
heimensium, necnon Abbatiun 
Monasterii S. Michaehs cum 
Supplementis ex binis Catalogis 
Episcoporum Hildes. 814:-lo73. 

Johan. Buschii, Canonici regularis, 
Libri 2 de reformatione monaste- 
riorum complurium per Saxoniam 
et vicinas regiones, ubi sup- 
plentur et emendantur jam supra 
edita. 

Designatio monasteriorum Ordinis 
S. Benedicti Congregationis Burs- 
feldensis per Germaniam, virorum 
duntaxat. 

Theodorici Engelhusen Nova Chron. 
ad a. 1433. 
Vol. 3. Chronicon principum Brunsvi- 
censium Ehythmicum antiquum 
sermone vemaculo antiquo, tum 
Saxonica, tum (ex editione Go- 
bleri) aha dialecto scriptum, tem- 
pore Henrici Mirabihs et Alberti 
U. ejus fratris. 
Apographum Tabulae vemaculae, in 
Basihca S. Blasii Bnmsvicensi 
suspensa de rebus ducum Bruns- 
vicensium. 
Eberhardi Presbvteri de fundatione 
et incrementis Gandeshemensis 
Ecclesiffi : Versus Saxonici antiqui 
scripti circa annum 1216. 
Chronicon Liineburgicum vemac. 



Saxon, dialecto ab initio Ducatus 
Liineburgici ad a. 1421. 
Vol. 3. Excerpta Chronici Hermanni Cor- 
neri ab. ann. 1371 inclusive ad 
urbem Liineburgicam pertinentia ; 
cum continuatione ad a.d. 1466, 
dialecto Saxon. 

Aha Continuatio Hermanni Comeri 
ab A.D. 1435 inclusive, ad a. 1438, 
dialecto Saxon. 

Fragmentum Chronici Bardevri- 
censis dialecto Saxon. 

Narratio vetus de Ducis Magni 
Junioris, vulgo Torquati, Fatis, 
Dialecto Saxonica. 

Xotitia quaedam rei nummarije 
Liibecensis ab a. 1325 ad an. 
1525. 

Henricus Lange de origine Contro- 
versiae Praslatorum LunaBbm'gica9 
circa medium Secuh XV. Dialecto 
Saxonica. 

Oda Saxonica brevis et carmen 
Saxonicum prohxius, quibus 
bellum Hildeshemense an. 1519 
et sequentium a contemporaneis 
describitur. 

Fragmentum Chronici Hildeshe- 
mensis, vemaculo Saxoniun ser- 
mone scripti. 

Johannis Stadwegii, Poppendicen- 
sis, Chronicon vemaculimi ; 
omissa sunt anteriora usque ad 
Pipinum regem, procedit usque 
ad an. 1441. 

Chronicon Brunsvicensium Pictura- 
tum, dialecto locah conscriptum, 
authore Conrado Bothone, Cive 
Brunsvicensi, cum Appendice ad 
a. 1489. 

Chronicon breve principum Ko- 
manonun, qui Goslari® aut in 
vicinia egenmt, et Ecclesias 
privilegiis omaverunt, dialecto 
Saxon. 812-1292. 

Catalogus vemaculus rehquiarum 
Ecclesiae Collegiatae Goslariensis, 
vulgo das Milnstery dictae. 

Antiquissimae Leges Mimicipales 
Civitatis Brunsvicensis, quae tem- 
pore Ottonis I. Ducis Bruns- 
vicensis contectae videntur. 

Ordinarius senatus Brunsvicensis, 

jussu ipsius conscriptus a.d, 1408 

qui continet formam Reipublicae, 

quemadmodum eo tempore in urbe 

• administrabatur. 

Leges antiquse municipales Cel- 
lenses, 1301. 

Leges antiquae Civitatis imperialis 
Goslariensis. 

Leges Metalhcae Montis Bammelii 



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Leibnitz (G. G.) — continued: 

prope Goslariam, quales in usu 
erant circa medium Seculi XV. 
Vol. 3. Chronica S. ^gidii in Brmisvic. 
alias notus liber sub titulo Com- 
pilation. Cbronologica ad a. 1474. 

Syllabus Abbatum Wertliinensium 
et Helmstadiensium, auctore 
Fratre Henningo Hagen. 

Uffingi Monachi Werthinensis in 
laudem Wertliinse Carmen. 

Werneri Eolevinkii de antiquorum 
Saxonum situ et moribus Libri 
tres. 

Additiones et Emendationes ad 
Vitam BeataB Matbildis reginte 
Germaniae, quae extat Tomo I. 

Emendationes et supplernentum 
Chronici Weingartensis monachi 
jam Tomo I. illati de Guelfis 
principibus. 

Excerpta de Guelfis ex Viti Aren- 
beck Presbyteri Frisingensis, 
Chronica Bavaroruminedita 1019- 
1180. 

Brevis Narratio belli, quod Magnus 
junior Dux ej usque filii cum Lune- 
burgensibus gesserunt, a Cive, ut 
apparet, Brunsvicensi, Saxonico 
idiomate conscripta 1355. 

Excerpta ex Collectaneis poeticis 
Theodorici Blocldi, Brunsvico- 
Hildesemensis, Medici, circa finem 
Seculi XV. florentis. 

Leslie (Rev. Chas.) Theological Works, new 

Vol. 1. Life. 

Short Method with the Deists and 
with the Jews. 

Private Judgment, etc., in matters 
of Faith. 

Dissert, cone. Eccl. History. 

Sermon against Marriages in dif- 
ferent Communities. 

Letter against Alterations in Liturgy 
and about new Separation. 
Vol. 2. Tracts on the Socinian Con- 
troversy. 
Vol. 3. Case stated between Churches 
of Rome and England. 

Bp. of Meaux's Letters and Cen- 
sures. 

Case of Regale and Pontificate, etc. 



Vol. 8. Chronologia Abbatum Ilsinebur- 

gensium, monasterii ad Hercynioa 

montes Dioceseos Halberstadi- 

ensis. 
De origine et Abbatibus monasterii 

Luccensis in Territorio Hano- 
ver ano. 
De Abbatibus S. Michaelis Lune- 

burgensis. 
Henrici Bodonis Syntagma de Ec- 

clesia Gandersheiraensi, correctius 

ex MSCto. 
Arnulfi Archi-Episcopi Mediolan- 

ensis Gesta Mediolanensium. 
Excerpta ex Necrologio monasterii 

Werthinensis. 
Excerptum ex Chronico Opere 

Andrese Dandoli, Ducis Venetia- 

rum. 
Lacuna Chronici Magdeburgensis 

editi, ex MSCto suppleta. 
Legum Wisbyensium ab Henrico 

Leone contirmatarum prasfatio. 
Ejusdem privilegium Wisbyensibus 

datum, prfefat. Tomi 3 insert. 
Excerpta ex Chronico MSCto Ec- 

clesise Goslariensis Dialecto Sax- 

onica. 
Leges Antiquas Civitatis Liinebur- 

gensis de hfereditatibus. 
Excerpta Necrologii Fuldensis anti- 

quissimi. 

edit. 7 vol. 8vo Oxf. 1832 

Vol. 4. Snake in the Grass. 

Satan Disrobed. 
Vol. 5. Two Defences of ' Snake in 
Grass.' 
Papers relative to ditto. 
Present State of Quakerism in 
England. 
Vol. 6. Reply to Anguis Flagellatus, and 
Appendix. 
Wolf stript of his Shepherd's Cloth- 
ing. 
Vol. 7. Discourse on Water Baptism. 
Qualifications required to administer 

the Sacraments. 
Three Tracts against the Quakers. 
Essay on Divine Right of Tithes, etc. 
History of Sin and Heresy. 



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Dr. Pusey and Messrs. Keble and Newman), 43 vol. 8vo Oxf. 1838-74 



Vol. 13. S. Athanasius, Historical Tracts, 

Vol. 8, 19. Against Arianism. * 

Vol. 38. Festal Epistles. 

Vol. 1. S. Augustine's Confessions. 
Vol. 16, 20. Homilies on the New 



Test. 



Vol. 22. 



Short Treatises. 



Vol. 



Exposi- 



24, 25, 30, 32, 37, 39. ■ 

tions of the Psalms. 

Vol. 2G, 29. On St. John. 

Vol. 4-7, 27. S. Chrysostom's Homihes 

on Corinthians, Galatians, Ephe- 

sians, and Romans. 
Vol. 28, 36. On St. John. 



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Vol. 12, Homilies on Timothy, 

Titus, and Philemon. 

Vol. 9. On the Statues. 

Vol. 14. On Phihppians, Colos- 

sians, and Thessalonians. 

Vol. 11, 15, 34. On St. Matthew. 

Vol. 3. S. Cj'prian's Treatises. 
Vol 17. Epistles. 



Vol. 2, 43. S. Cyril. 

Vol. 41. S. Ephrem, the Syrian's, 

Works. 
Vol. 18, 21, 23, 31. S. Gregory the Great, 

Morals on the Book of Job, 3 vol. 

in 4. 
Vol. 40. S. Justin Martyr. 
Vol. 42. Irenaeus against heresies. 
Vol. 10. TertuUian's Apologetic Treatises. 



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Indexes of Places, Subjects, Words, 
etc. 

Battle with a Wasp's Nest. 
Vol. 2. Rules for a Student of Scripture. 

Chronicle and Harmony of 0. T. 

Observations on Genesis. 

Gleanings from Exodus. 

Foiu- Latm Tracts. 
Vol. 3. Harmony and Chronicle of N. T. 

Parergon respecting Fall of Jeru- 
salem. 

Four Latin Tracts. 
Vol. 4. Erubhim, or Miscellanies. 
Vol. 5. Harmony of Four Evangehsts. 

Explanation of difficult places of 
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Exercitia Academica. 



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6. Exposition of three Articles of 
Apostles' Creed. 

Sermons. 

7. Sermons and Sermon Notes. 

8. Commentary on Acts. 
Fragmenta Hist. Romauae et Chris- 
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Hebrew and Talmudical Exerc. on 
Acts. 

9. Temple Service. 
Prospect of the Temple. 

Vol. 10. Chorographic Works. 
Seven Latin Tracts. 

Vol. 11, 12. Hebrew and Talmudical Ex- 
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Romans and Corinthians. 

Vol. 13. Journal of Proceedings of As- 
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Opera onuiia quae ad Criticam i 
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Librilll. AntiquarumLectionum 
Libri V. Epistolarvmi et Quaes- 
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Senecae Tragoedias. Judicium de 
Consolatione Ciceronis. Satyra 
Menippaea, Somnium. J 

Vol.2. 1. Epistolfe Selectae, Centuriae V. 
2. Epistolffi Selects, Centuria 
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Selectae, Centuria ad Germanos 
et Gallos. Epistolae Selectae, Cen- 
turiae III. ad Belgas. Institutio 
Epistolica. 

Vol. 3. 1. De Mihtia Eomana, Libri V. 
Analecta ad Militiam Eomanum. 
Poliorceticon, Libri V. 

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Amphitheatris extra Eomam. De 
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Bibliothecis Syntagma. De Cruce, 
Libri III. Diva Virgo Hallensis. 
Diva Virgo AspricoUis, Lova- 
nium, Libri IH. Tractatus Pecu- 
liares : I. De Magistratibus veteris 
popuh Romani. U. De vetere 
Latinorum Scriptura. IH. Do 
pecunia veterum Romanorum. 
IV. De nominibus veterum Ro- 
manorum. V. De ritu convivi- 
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censura et censu. VII. De anno, 
ejusque ratione et intercalatione. 
4. 1. Pohticorum sive Civihs Doc- 
trinae Libri VI. Politicorum 
Notae. De Una Religione, adver- 
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Polonicis, Hungaricis et Musco- 

viticis. 
Diplomatarium Grissoviense Silesias 

1240-1399. 
Vol. 7. Dipl. Brandenburg., 1380-1345. 
Leges Normannicse. 
Diplomatarium Halberstadiense, 

966-1347. 
Capitulatio Friderici II., Imperat. 

1232, et aurea Bulla ejus. 
Brandenburgica Aquila Biceps. 
Brandeburgic. Monetarum Syllabus. 
Vol. 8. S. Meisterlini Chronicon Nori- 

bergense ad ami. 1360. 
Chronicon Thuringiae et MisniiB ad 

ann. 1340. 
Catal. Episcop. Havelbergensium 

946-1600. 
Historia Portenti Vilsnacensis, 1200. 
Historia Comitum Ardensium et 

Guisnensium, 800-1200. 
De aureo nummo Ludovici IV. Im- 

peratoris. 
Vol. 9. EerumDanicarumScriptoresXI. 

ab 700 ad 1500. 
Benzonis (Episc. Alb.) Commentarii 

de rebus Henrici IV. in Italia. 
Mevii Jus Publicum Pomerania) 

SueccifiB. 
Diplomatarium Brandenburgicum, 

1100 ad 1500. 



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LuDEWiG (J. P. de) — continued. 

Vol. 9. Anonymus Danus, ab 931 ad 
1218. 
DiplomatariuiQ Miscellum rerum 
Saxonise, Misniae, TburingiaB, 
Luxemburgi, etc. 
Vol. 10. Diplomata renim Saxon, et 
BnmsTic. ab 1200. 
Diplomata Misnife, Tburingi», 

WestpbaKae, etc., ab 1100. 
Notitia rermn Silesia, 1600 ad 

1700. 
Annales Bebenliusani, 1160-1100. 



Vol. 10. Descriptio Italia?, 1540, a Jo- 

hanne ^loliiiario. 
P. Albiiii Origines Carintbiae. 
Diplomatarium Miscall. Novioperis 

Cenobii. 
Vol. 11. Germani (Joaiui. Episc. Ca- 

bilon.) VitaPbHippi III.Burgimd. 

Ducis, an. 1452. 
Cbronicon Bobemiae, ad an. 1362. 
Diplomatarium Miscellum rerum 

sacrarum et civiliiun, ab 900 ad 

1500. 



Luther (Martin) Sammtlicbe Scbriften, sowobl in Deutscber als Lateiniscber Spraebe 
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24 vol. 4to EalU, 1740-53 



Vol. 1, 2. Auslegung des ersten Buchs 

Mosis. 
Vol. 3. Predigten iiber das erste Buch 

Mosis. 
Vol. 4. Der Psalter. 
Vol. 5. Erklanmgen einiger Psalmen, 

nebst der Auslegung des Predigers 

und Hobenbedes Salomonis. 
Vol. 6, 7, 8. Auslegungen der Evan- 

gelisten Mattbai, Lucii, und 

Jobannis. 
Vol. 9. Erklarung der Epistel an die 

Galater, sammt den iibrigen exe- 

getiscbeu Scbriften. 
Vol. 10. Catecbetiscbe Scbriften. 



Vol. 11, 12. Kircbenpostnie. 

Vol. 13. Hauspostille. 

Vol. 14. Vorreden, aucb die bistoriscbeu 

xmd pbilologiscben Scbriften. 
Vol. 15, 16, 17. Die Reformations- 

bistorie. 
Vol. 18, 19. Streitigkeiten mit den Pa- 

pisten. 
Vol. 20. Scbriften wider die Sacramen- 

tirer, Fanaticos, Juden, und 

Tiirken. 
VoL 21, 22. Briefe, Colloquia und Tiscb- 

reden. 
VoL 23, 24. Register, et€. 



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10 vol. large 4to 



nova Gollectio, e Vaticanis Codicibus edita, 
Bom<e, 1825-38 



Vol. 1. Tbeologici : — Prolegomena : De 

Eusebio Casariense. 
De Tbeodoro Mopsuesteno. 
De Polycbronio Apamensi. 
De Catena Patrmn in Daniel. Propb. 
De Pbotio Patriarcba. 
De Aristide Ebetore. 
De Leontio Prassbytero. 
Argumenta eorum, quas in hoc volu- 

mine leguntur scripta. 
Pars 1. Eusebii Caesariensis Quaes- 

tiones ad Stepbanum. 
Ej. Quaestiones ad Marinum. 
Ej. Excerpta Comm. in Lucam. 
Apollinarii Laodiceni fragm. Conun. 

in Lucam. 
Pbotii specimen Comm. in Lucam. 
Ej. Eesponsa canonica, Gr. et Lat. 
Axiastasii Scripta qusedam, Gr. et 

Lat. 
Pars 2. \povoypa^iov cvi-rofxov £*: rov 

Ei/<r£/3tou Tov n.afi<l>i\ov -oyTjfxaTiay. 

Xoii'oypcKpiov ffvarav ii: ru>v xoyj]- 

'iTwv TOV ayiov '£7rt^»'i'ou. ap\i- 



ixifficoirov -zoXeias KwroraiTtac rf/c 

Kiirpov. 
\ol. 1. Pars. 2. Qeocwpov 'A.yTio\i»ic ^Pf"f- 

viia Afiiitc, T-aynpiov, 'Ay/aiov, 

'Iwra, yaoi'/^, 'A/Sciow, 'Harft Tuy 

—po<pi)Toty, 
'Ek rijs Jlo\v)^yov tic Toy Aai'(j}X 

kpfiTjyeiac. 
Eic Toy jlarii/X epfitjyeia ciofpopoc. 
Cbronici PascbaHs Fragmentum, 

Gr. et Lat. 
Hippolyti Fi-agmentum, ex ejus in 

Salomonis Proverbia scboliis, Gr. 

et Lat. 
Pars 3. 'Apitrreicov XoyoQ irpoQ Arjfio- 

adiyijy —ipi ariXeiac. 
Contraria? Aristidis Orationis, nempe 

adversus Leptinem dictae, emeu- 

dationes et variae lectiones ex 

Vatic. Cod. cum principe Veneta 

edit, collato. 
Aristidis Fragmentum, Gr. et Lat. 
AtoiTtov -pEajlvripov cni ^Iwaviov rOif 

upiLy pij-jXioy ctvTepoy. 

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Mai (Angelus, Card.) — continued. 

Vol. 1. Pars. 8. Auctorum et operum in 

Leontii et Johanniscodice laudato- 

rum, sacris bibliis exceptis, Index. 
Liber ipse, de hominis creatione, 

Gr. et Lat. 
Index rerum notabiliorum. 
Tabulae Palaeographicae, quae in libri 

fronte est, Explicatio. 
Vol. 2. Historici : Prolegomena. 

De Litterarum amore familiae Basilii 

Macedonis. 
De variis variorum operum eclogis. 
De Constantini eclogis historicis, ex 

quibus nonnuUa jam antea Ursi- 

nus et Valesius ediderunt. 
De Polybio. 
De Diodoro Siculo. 
De Dionysio Halieam. 
Ex Johannis Canabutii commen- 

tario Graeco in Dionysium, capita 

de Dionysii vita, historia, et rebus 

Komanis ethnicis, Christianisque 

Graece exhibentur. 
De Appiano. 
De Dione Cassio. 
De Dexippo. 
De Eunapio. 
De Menandro. 
Specimen orationis panegyricae Impe- 

ratori cuidam (Michaeli IX. Palae- 

logo) dictae, cujus auctorem esse 

Tlieodorum Metochitam, suspi- 

catur Angelus Maius. 
Index auctorum qui hoc volumine 

continentur. 
Atocwpov £K TTJc (iij3\io6iji:ric laTopiKijc 

iicXoyai, 
AluroQ Pwfia'iKiJQ itrropinc e/cXoyo/. 
Merct Acofia tKXoyai twc KwvfTravTh'ov. 
Ek r»jc lOTupiag Ei/i'aTrtou ^ctpciarov 

r>;c fxera Ae'^ittttoi' vtag 'Eccioffewf. 
E/c rj/c laropiac Evymriov ii:\o'yai 

Trpe/Tf3eiu)v. 
Eunapii historiarum Fragmenta 

apud Suidam nominato auctore 

extantia, Graece et Latine. 
Additamentum Graece cum notis. 
Photii testimonium de Eunapio ex 

codice Lxvii., Graece et Latine 

cum notis. 
Ae^iTTirov tc rrjc InToptac t/cXoya/. 
E*; Tijg InTopiaq Ai^iirwov i^Xoyat 

TTpetrftEiajy. 
Dexippi historiarum Fragmenta ex 

auctoribus Graecis. Gr. et Lat. 
Dexippi historiarum Fragmenta ex 

auctoribus Latinis. 
Photii Testimonium de Dexippo ex 

codice Lxxxii., Graece et Latine. 
Alia Testimonia. 
De lamblichi fragmento editoris 

monitum. 



Vol. 2. lamblichi Fragmentum. 

*Ek twv '[a/jil3\i\ov ViafivXwyiKkH'. 
MEtavSpov £K r»7c iffTopiae tKXoyai. 
Appiani Fragmenta. 
noXvftiov Etc TOfV tarropiuiv EKXoyai. 

FoliorumCodicis Vaticani ordo resti- 

tutus. 
Aiovvaiov ' AXiKapraaaEwg ek rijc 

'PdiftaVVi/c apx^itoXoyiag EKXoyai uiro 

(ilfiXlOV t/3' EMQ K. 

AiiM»voc 'Pw/xaVViJc laropinq ciXXnt 
EKXoyaX fiaXiffra airo tov (iifiXiov a' 
twg Xe\ 

Dionis Excerpta incertae sedis ex 
florilegio Vaticano. 

Dionis fragmentum ex Georgidii 
collectione inedita Vaticana. 

Dionis fragmenta ex A. Melissa 
edita. 

Dionis fragmenta ex Anthologia 
Sententiarum Graece edita ab 
Arsenio Monembrasiae Episcopo. 

Fragmenta apud Suidam anonyma, 
quae nunc primum Dionis esse 
cognoscimus. 

Alia Dionis fragmenta. 

Post Dionem excerpta tria ex ano- 
nymo historico. 

Diodori Siculi Fragmenta ex flori- 
legio Vaticano. 

Aliud Fragmentum ex Suida, quod 
nunc primum Diodori esse cogno- 
scitur. 

Locus anonymus ex Suida et Zonara 
addendus videtur fragmentis Me- 
nandri. 

De Fragmentis politicis Petri ut 
videtur magistri officiorum Justi- 
niano imperante. 

Argumenta quinti libri de scientia 
politica. 

Testimonia veterum de Petro officio- 
rum magistro, historico et poli- 
tico. Enumerantur scriptores 
veteris rei politicae, Graeci editi. 

Graeci deperditi vel inediti. 

Politici Latini editi Latini deperditi. 

[lEpi iroXiTtKnc ETTifTTn^irir. De scientia 
politica, Pero Magistro, ut vide- 
tur, auctore, Fragmenta Graece. 

De Nicephori Blemmydae oratione 
politica editoris monitum. 

ToD <to(])o)T(\tov "N ur)<l>opov ftXEf-i/^iv^ov 
Xoyoc owoloi' ^Ei eJi'ui tov ftnffiXia. 

Ntcr/^opou I^XEfifJvcov Xoyoc oq ette- 
ffruXri rto PaffiXtl flatriXiKoc kXtjOeIc 
'Ay^pidg. 

De Eubuli vel Procli scripto pohtico 

editoris monitum. 
'ETri<TKE\pii Twv vn 'ApKTTorlXovc EV 

},EVTEptf TUtV TToXlTlKWi' npOQ T1)V 

nXarwj'of TToXtrtt'ai' aiTEiprifiEiuir. 



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Mai (Angelas, Card.) — continued. 

VoL 2. 'lovXiarov AaoiiKiu^j irepi voXifJov. 
Tow avTOv irepl ayaXvaeuQ voXtfiOv. 
"BaaiXtiov liaaiXitog trtpa irapaiyeai^ 

£tC 7oy airrov vlitv AiovTa iSaaiXia. 

Fragmentum quaestionis amphi- 

lochianaE! cxlix. 
Qtocupov rod ^iro\iTOV on TravTec 

oaoi iy Aiyv~Tu iTraicevdrjvay 

rpa-^vTipov 7<J XiytiV \pii)yTat. 
Ad universiim volumen addita- 

menta observationum. 
Emendationes ad primum collec- 

tionis Yaticanae volumen. 
Curae aliquot posteriores. 
Index volumiuis ii. 
Epimetrum. 
Vol. 3. Historici et Tbeologici : — Prae- 

fatio. 
Pars 1. Eplirjemii Byzantini Vitae 

Caesarum, a Caio CaHgula ad Mi- 

chaelem VIII. Palaelogum. Ejus- 

dem Epbraemii catalogus Patri- 

archum Byzantinorum ab initio 

episcopatus usque ad Christi 

annum 1322. Methodii Monachi 

de vitando schismate tractatus. 
Pars 2. Yictorini philosophi in epi- 

stolas PauU Comment. 
Ej. opusculum pro religione Chris- 
tiana. 
Ferrandi diac. CartLagin. Epist. 

dogm. adversus Arrianos, etc. 
Reliquiae tractus antiq. ia Lucae 

Evang. 
Fragm. antiq. ex libris apocrj-ph. 

V. T. 
Liturgica fragm. antiq. 
Flori diac. Lugdun. epist. de Psal- 

terii emendatione. 
Isidori prologus ia Psalt. 
Evangelium secundmn Matthasum 

versionis antehieronymianag. 
Pars 3. JuHi Paridis epitoma libr. 10, 

Valerii Maximi. 
Januarii Xepotiani alia Epitoma V. 

Maximi. 
Praecepta artis music® collecta ex 

libr. Augustini de musica. 
Sermones veteres quatuor. 
Theoduli sive Tbomae Magistri 

oratio de regis officiis, ad Androni- 

cum II. Palaeologum. 
Ejusdem alia oratio de subditorum 

erga regem oflficiis. 
Sibyllae libri xi. xn. xiii. xrv*., col- 

lectione veteri Sibyllinorum ad- 

dendi. 
Vol. 4. Theologi Cod. orient. :— 

Svrococ: irep'i tov ptjrov on 6 irariip 

fiov /iti'^w*' fjtov (.any. 
Codices Arabici, Persici et Tur- 

cici. 



Vol. 5. Inscriptiones aliquot Graec* 
Christianae. 

Codices Syriaci.Hebraici, ^thiopici, 
Slavici, Indici, Coptici Bibl. Yati- 
canae. 

Controversia Coptica di Assemani. 
V'ol. 6. Theologi Graeci, Romani : — Prae- 
fatio. 

De Theodoro Mopsuesteno. 

De Theoriani disputatione altera, 
quae nunc primum cum iuterpre- 
tatione nostra editur. 

De Attonum scriptis. 

De S. Petri Damiani et Petri Dia- 
coni Casinensis scriptis ahquot. 

Supplementum homiliae Pauli Dia- 
coni. 

Sermonis prisci Fragmentum. 

De Tabula Tachygraphica. 

Isidori Etymologia hb. i. cap. 27, de 
Orthographia. 

Dionysii Areop. eccl. Hierarch. : 

yivOTi'ipior upuTitcu/y TiXtiuiaiffy. 

Argumenta eorum, quas hoc volu- 
mine continentur. 
Pars 1. ^(ociLpov 'AyTio\i(i)^ kpftriytlat 
'Claijiy 'Itiii/A, 'Afiwc, '.A/j^i'ov, 
'Iwi'd, Mt^a'joi', Haovfi, 'Afifya- 
Kovfi, ^tpuyiov, 'Ayya/ov, Za^op'ov, 
^laXa\iov, ruiy irpo^j/rwr. 

^tovriov vpoXoyoc Tmy vizoi^eifiiywy 
\Qiia£U)y Qioiupov a'ip€Tii:ov. 

Qeocwpov it: rov Lara iyaydpw!n)<T£tJi 
Toi Kvpiuv ii^Qv 'IHSOY XPI2T0Y 
Xoyou ^. 

Aeor-iov Qecjpiarav AIAAEaI^ Cfu- 
Tcpa fitra Hoatpcrou KadoXiKov twv 
Apfierlwy. 

Theoriani disputatio cum Syris 
Jacobitis. 

Disputationis primae editae supple- 
mentum iueditum : Theoriani dis- 
putationem priorem cum Nersete 
primus Leuncla\"ius edidit, quae 
tamen lacuna laborat. 

De tribus Nersetis patriarchae Ar- 
meniorum epistolis. 

Epistolarum trium ad Sacerdotes 
Armenios summaria, quse ut reli- 
qua voluminis Latuie conscripta 
sunt. 
Pars 2. Trium Attonum Scripta. 

Remigii Comm. in Oseam. 

Petri Damiani iter GaUicum, etc. 

Augustini Yalerii de occupat. dia- 
cono-Card. dignis. 
Vol. 7. Theol. Gr. Rom. :— Prasfatio. 
Pars 1. Antiq. Patrum doctrina de 
Yerbi Incamatione. 

Aoyot ruy ayiuv vaTtpiaVj ^yovv 
iicXoyt] ■)(pr)ffiti)y. It uy rrjy oXrjy Tj}c 
axotrroXiKijg itcKXijffias co^av <ra<pui 



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Mai (Angelus, Card.) — continued. 

lihaffKOfieda, to te rfie deoXoyta^ 
<l>rffii Ki'ipvyfia, cat Tijg deiag oIko- 
yofiiac tov Xoyor, Kal rwi' aWw^ 
6pdu)v Tijc iKKXrjffiaQ Soyfxartjv r»)v 
uKpiftetar. 
Vol. 7. Pars. 1. Atorrlov irpEaftvripov koX 
^Iwavvov tCjv iepiijv ftiftXiov SevTcpoy. 

Tow TTciraofov Moi'tt^ou Kvp. Aeovriov 
lepoaoXofiirov cnropiai irpog tov<; 
fiiay (j>v<Tiv XeyorTac ovvOetov toi' 
Kvpiov 7]fiwv 'IH20YN XPI2T0N 
Kal fxapTvpiai Twr ayiwv teal ava- 
Xvaig Tov ^oyfiaroQ avTiHy. 

S. Ambrosii explanatio Symboli ad 
initiandos. 

Ambrosii epistola De Fide, ad S. 
Hieronymum. 

Anonymi expositio fidei. 

Patrum NicaBiiorum confessio fidei 
adversus Paulum Samosatensem, 
Gr. edita. 

S. Julii I. Papfe, scripta dogma- 
tica. 

1. Ilfpi row It' XPISTflt lt'6Ti]ro<; 
TOV aiifxaroQ irpvQ "/)»' OeiortjTa. 

2. 'ErKYKAION. 

3. IIiooc Tovc KUTci riJQ fieiac tov 
Xoyov crapKi)ai(t)Q ay wvi^ofiivovg 
Trpo([>aff£i too ofioovdiov. 

S. Gregorii Tliaumaturgi Ex- 
positio accurata fidei. 

Eulogii Patriarchse Alexandrini 
Fragment, libri de Trinitate et 
de Incarnatione. 

Sabini episc. epistola ad Polybium 
episc. de obitu et funere S. 
Epiphanii. 

Jobi Testamentmn apocryplmm. 

Anastasii presbyteri adversus Mono- 
physitas ac Monothelitas liber 
tertius et quartus, Gr. ; priores 
duo libri jam an. 1624, cum 
Origenis Philocalia editi sunt. 

Pauli Diac. homilia, epistola, etc. 

Anastasii Abbatis adversus Judaeos 
disputationes quinque. Gr. Eus- 
tathii monacbi tractatus contra 
Monopliysitas. 

S. Nicetae Fragmenta. 
Pars 2. Hieronym. Donatus de Pro- 

cessione S. Spiritus. 
Pars 3. Gr. Tipuciti conspectus uni- 
versus, cum Basilicorum supple- 
mentis, ex codice bujus operis 
carissimo, immo unico biblio- 
thecffi Vaticana9. 
Vol. 8. Theol. Gr. Rom. :— Prafatio. 

EusebiiPampliili Clironicorum Libri 

II. Gr. et Lat. adjectis notis 

et Hieronymi additamentis in 

Chronicon. 

.. , S. Gregorii Nysseni sermo adversus 



Arium atque Sabellium ex codice 
Vaticano bombycino. 
Vol. 8. Ejusdem sermo de Spiritu S. ad- 
versus Macedonianos pneumato- 
machos. 

Sylvestri Papae I. Fragmentum in- 
cogniti operis adversus Judaeos, 
ex Graeca catena sumptum. 

S. Cyrilli Alex, capitula xxviii. de 
Trinitate, diversum plane opus ab 
illo edito de Trinitate, qui The- 
saurus inscribitur. 

Ejusdem de incarnatione Domini 
capitula xxxv. ; quod item opus 
plane di£fert ab illis editis scboliis 
de incarnatione. 

Ejusdem homilia de incarnatione 
Domini, quae Latine tantum- 
modo extabat, in Cyrilli operibus 
edita. 

Ejusdem tractatus adversus eos qui 
sanctissimam Virginem nolebant 
confiteri Deiparam. 

Ejusdem Dialogus cum Nestorio de 
SS. Virgine Deipara. 

Ejusdem Expositio fidei per dialo- 
gum. 

Ejusdem epistolae quatuor. 

Ejusdem fragmenta deperditorum 
commentariorum in Matthaei 
Evangelium. 

Ejusdem fragmenta commentario- 
rum atque deperditorum in Pauli 
Epistolam ab Hebraeos. 
Vol. 9. Theol. Gr. Eom. :— Prjefatio. 

Photii Quaestiones Amphilochiani 
130, Gr. 

Sedulii Scoti Explanatiuncula de 
Breviariorum et Capitulorum 
Canonumque differentia. 

Luculentii Homilia in Evan. Joannis 
I. 29, atque in var. text. Episto- 
larum Paulinarum. 

Alcuini Commentarii in Apocalypsin , 
Libris V. 

Eremberti monaclii Casinensis Ex- 
positio in aliquot Psalmos. 

Prudentii Fragm. Algeri Fragm. 

Geo. Hamartoli et Johannis Siculi 
Fragmenta duo, Gr. 

Orationis Dominicae Explanatio. 

Symboli Apostolici Explanatio. 

Symboli Athanasiani Explanatio. 

Leontii Hierosolymitani adversus 
eos qui duas affirmant Christi 
personas nullamque in ipso con- 
junction em confitentur (Nesto- 
rianos) lib. VII. Gr. 

Nicolai patriarchae Constantinop. 
Summaria Vitae Christiana) et 
praesertim Monasticae, Gr. 

Anastasii patriarchae Antioch. opus- 



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culam in illud Creavit Dens lio- 

minem ad imaginem suam, Gr. 
Vol. 9. Eutychii Constantinop. Fragm. 

de pane et vino s. ccenje, Gr. 
NicetaB Catena Patrum in Lucae 

Evangelium. 
Scripta contra Seven errores. 
Seven Antiochae archiepiscopi Frag- 

menta varia. 
Vol. 10. Theol. Orient. :— Praefatio. 

De S. Sophronio patriarcha hiero- 

solymitano. 
Ebediesii metrop. Sobae et Anneniae 

Collectio canonum Synodicorum 



ex Chald. Bibl. Vaticanae Codd. 

sumpta Anneniace et in ling. 

Lat. translata ab A. Assemanno. 
Vol. 10. Zachariae episc. MelitineDsis 

Historia9 ecclesiasticae capita se- 

lecta. 
Gregorii Abulpbaragii Bar-Hebraei 

Ecclesiae Antiocbenae Syronun 

Nomocanon, Annen. in ling. 

Latin, conversus a J. A. Asse- 
manno. 
Ecclesiae Anneniacae canones selecti. 
Ebediesii opus de Cliristianae re- 

ligionis veritate. 



Maitlaxd (Rev. S. R. ) Tracts on tbe 1260 Days ; On Milner's Church History ; On 
Fox's MartjTology, History of the Waldeuses, etc., 3 vol. 8vo 1829-42 



Vol. 1. [ — ] Primary Objects of Idola- 
trous "Worship. 

Inquiry into the Grounds for sup- 
posing the Prophetic Period of 
Daniel and St. John to be 1260 
years, 2 pts. 

The Opinions of the Paulicians, by 
J. G. Dowling. 

Gloucester and Bristol Church Build- 
ing Association. 

Reply to King's Pamphlet on Wal- 
denses. 

Review of Fox's Waldenses. 

Letter to Dr. Mill on Faber's 
Vallenses. 

Five Letters, by Rev. E. J. 
Shepherd, 
Vol. 2. Strictures on Milner's Church 
History, 2 pts. 



Vol. 2. Letters to the Rev. J. King, Re- 
marks on his Pamphlet, Reply to 
Rev. G. S. Faber. 

Re^*iew of Fox the Martyrologist's 
History of the Waldenses. 

Letter to Dr. Mill on Faber's ' An- 
cient Vallenses,' etc., 1835-39. 
Vol. 3. Review of Fox's History of the 
Waldenses. 

Twelve Letters on Fox's Acts and 
Monuments. 

Notes on Townsend's Contributions 
to new edition of Fox's Martyro- 
logy, 2 pts. 

Townsend's Remarks on Maitland's 
Errors. 

Remarks on Cattley's Defence of his 
edition of Fox's Martyrology, 
1837-42. 



Martexe (Dom. E.) et U. Dukand. Thesaurus Novus Anecdotorum, 5 vol. fol. Ven. 1717 



Vol. 1. Regum et Principum, etc. 

Epistolee et Diplomata, 508-1504. 
Vol. 2. Urbani Pap^e IV., Clementis 

Papae V., Epistolae. 
Joannis Pap. XXH. Processus in 

Ludov. Bavarum. 
Innocentii Pap. VI. Registrum 

Epistolarum a. 1361. 
Monum, varia de Schismate Ponti- 

ficum Avenonensium. 
Vol. 3. Chronica varia aliaque cum 

ecclesiastica turn civiha : Chroni- 

con Sicihae. 
Gesta Tancredi in Expeditione 

lerosolymitana auct. Radulpho 

Cadonensi. 
De Expeditione Hierosolymitana 

auct. Gilone Parisiensi. 
Narratio .Jacobi de Vitriaco. 
Emestus, sive Carmen de varia 

Emesti Bavariae ducis Fortima, 

auct. Odone. 
Genealogia Comitum Flandriae. 



Vol. 3. Johannis Imperii Chronicon Sy- 
thiense S. Bertini. 

Historia Hasnoniensis Monasterii, 
auct. Tomello. 

Chronicon Watinensis Monasteiii 
auct. Ebrardo. 

Fragmentum Historiae Brit. Ar- 
mories. 

Historia Eversionis Monasterii St. 
Florentii veteris. Acta varia ia 
Causa Dolensis Episcopatus. 

Acta Tullensium Episcoporum. 

De Gestis Abbatum Mediani-Monas- 
terii. 

Historia Xovientensis Monasterii. 

De Primordiis Calmosiasensis Mo- 
nasterii Ordinis S. Augustini auct. 
Sehero. 

Acta Abbatum Mentensis S. Amul- 
phi Monasterii. 

Initia Madirensis Monasterii. 

Fragmentum Historiae Monasterii 
non Pictavensis auctore Martino. 



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Hartene (Dom. E.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Historia Poiitiniacensis Mona- 

sterii. 
Historia Monasterii Villariensis in 

Brabantia. 
Narratio de Morte Ottonis IV. Im- 

peratoris. 
Brevia aliquot Chronica. 
Gesta Britonum in Italia sub Gre- 

gorio Papa XI., Gallico idiomate 
, scrip ta a G. de la Perene. 

Historia Belli Italici sub Carolo 

VIII. Gallice scripta a G. de 

Villanova. 
Martyrologia seu Calendaria aliquot 

antiquissima. 
Acta SS. Cypriani et Justin®. 
Vitse nonnuUorum Sanctorum et 

Abbatum et fragmenta varia. 
Vol. 4. Varia Concilia, Episcoporum 

statuta synodalia, illustrium mo- 

nasteriorum ac congregationum 

decreta. 
Vol. 5. SS. Patrum, aliorumque Script. 

Ecclesiast. Opuscula a 4to ad 

14um SaBc. : — 
Altercatio inter Theopliilum Chris- 

tianum et Symonem Judseum 

auctore Evagrio. 
S. Orientii Commonitorium Carmen. 
Sermo S. Aviti feria tertia in roga- 

tionibus. 
Homilia S. Faustini. 
Dictio Eunodii. 

Calendarium S. Eomanre ecclesiae. 
Expositio antiqute liturgise Gallica. 
Ordo Ptom. ad usum Monasteriorum 

accommodatus. 
Beda etc., in principium Genesis, 

in canticum Habacuc, Homiliae 

undecim, libellus precum. 
Theodulphi versus de luxuria. 
Hrabani Mauri liber de variis qua-s- 

tionibus adversus Judaeos, etc. 
Opuscula poetica Flori Ludunensis. 

Sermo S. Odonis in festo S. 

Martini. 

Maetene (Dom. Edm.) et U. Duband. Veterum 
corum, Dogmaticorum, Moralium, amplissima 



Vol. 1. Regum aliorumque Virorum illus- 
trium Epistolse. 
Vol. 2. Monumenta Imperialis Monas- 
terii Stabulensis, 
Wibaldi Abb. Stabulensis epistolse. 
Alex. Papae III. Epist. pro Remensi 

provincia. 
Epistolae ad S. Hildegardem cum 

responsis. 
Friderici (II. Imp.) Epistolas. 
Vol. 3. Ambrosii (Camald.) epistolae et 
Pragfationes in translationes de 
Graeco in Latinum ab eo factas. 



Vol. 5. Sermones S. Odilonis de Nativitat© 

B. Mariffi et de sancta cruce. 
Humberti lib. tres adversus Simo- 

niacos. 
Fragmentum disputationis adversus 

Grfficos. 
Odonis liber seu homilia de villico 

iniquitatis. Guillelmi de Cam- 

pellis de origine animae. 
Hugonis a S. Victore libellus de 

modo dicendi et meditandi. 
Hugonis archiep. Rothomagensis 

dialogi seu quaestiones theolog. 

Tractatus in hexameron, et vita 

S. Adjutoris. 
Algeri Scholastici liber de miseri- 

cordia et justitia. 
Petri Abaelardi theologia Christiana, 

et expositio in hexameron. 
Petri Cluniacensis sermones tres. 
Excerpta ex Hamelini de Verulamio 

iibro de monachatu. 
Gerochi Tractatus adversus Simon- 

iacos. 
Disputatio ecclesiae et synagogae, 

auctore Gillieberto. 
Anonymi Tractatus adversus Ju- 

daeum, 
Dialogus inter Cluniacensem Mona- 

chum et Cisterciensem de diversis 

utriusque ordinis observantiis. 
Eulogium Johannis Cornubiensis ad 

Alexandrum Papam III., quod 

Christus sit aliquis homo. 
Disputatio inter Catholicum et 

Paterinum h^reticum. 
Summa fratris Eenerii de pauperibus 

de Lugduno. 
Tractatus de Haaresi pauperum de 

Lugduno. 
Doctrina de modo procedendi contra. 

haereticos. 
Liber de doctrina novitiorum ordinis 

Grandimontensis. 
Consultationis Zachasi Christiani 

et Apollonii Philosophi var. lect. 

Scriptorum et Monumentorum Histori- 
Collectio, 9 vol. folio Par. 1724-3* 

Vol. 3. Alberti Sarthiensis epistolae. 
Petri Delphini (Camald.) epistolae. 
^gidii Viterbiensis, Thomre Wolsei, 
et Petri Ciaconii epistolae. 

Vol. 4. Scriptores de rebus Germani- 
cis. 

Vol. 5. Scriptores de rebus Gallicis, 
Anghcis, Italicis, Constantinop. 
et Terrae sanctas. 

Vol. G. Scriptores de variis Ordinibus 
Religiosis ; Antiqua Martyrolo- 
gia cum quibusdam Sanctorum 
actis. 



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15a 



Mabtene (Dom. Edm.)— continued. 

Vol. 7. Varia Concilia, Episcoporum 
Statuta Synodalia, Actaque quae 
ConciHum Pisanum praecessenrnt 
ac subsecuta sunt. 



Vol. 8. Eadem cum Collectione Actorum 
ad Concilium Basileense pertinen- 
tium. 

Vol. 9. Varia Opuscula Sanctoirum 
Patrum. 



Mattreus (Anton) Veteris ^vi Analecta (&c.), 5 vol. 4to Hag.-Com. 1738 



Vol. 1. Ponti (Ant.) Historia Belli quod 

Carolus V. gessit cum Hariadeno 

Barbarossa. 
Sclionovius (A.) De Origine Fran- 

corum. 
Tria Chronica Belgica. 
Lemmege, Chronicon Groninganum. 
Henricae ab Erp. Abbatissae Annales 

Vemaculi, 1421-1583. 
Conclave Ultrajectinum, 13*22. 
Novimagi ( G.) Philippus Burgundus. 
Oliver de la Marcbe, Rationarum 

Aulae et Imperii Caroli Audacis, 

Ducis Burgundiae. 
Hermauni (Gul. ) Hollandiae Gelriae- 

que Bellum 1507, etc. 
Scriverii (P.) Epistolae xv. 
Annales Hollandiae et Ultrajecti, 

1481-83. 
Ex T. Basini Historia Gallica Ex- 

cerpta ad eadem temp. 
Joaimis a Leydis de orig. et rebus 

gestis Dominorum de Breda. 
Vetera Testamenta saec. XHI. XTV. 

et XV. 
Matthaei Praelectiones ad tit. Cod. 

de Pignoribus. 
Vol. 2. Emonis Chronicon Abbatis primi 

in Werum apud Omlandos, 1203- 

37. 
Expeditio Comitis HoUandiae ad- 

versus Saracenos, 1217. 
Menconis Chronicon, Abbatis tertii 

in Werum, 1237-77. 
Anouymi Coutinuatio ad 1297. 
J. de Castro Sinus Arabici descrip- 

tio, sive Itinerarium Maris Rubri, 

1540. 
J. de Barros, L. de Marmol, Suler- 

mauni Bassae, ejusdem descriptio, 

1538, etc. 
XXI Vetera Testamenta saec. XV. 

etXVI. 
Pontani et Scriverii Epistolae. 



Vol. 2. WiUelmi Monachi Egmondani 

Chronicon, 647-1333. 
Conclave Ultrajectintmi, 1496. 
Vol. 3, Jo. de Beka Chronicon Holland. 

et Ultraj. 692-1426. 
Fundationes et Fata sacr. adium in 

Hollandia, Zelandia, etc. 
B. Fabricii Historia abbatum Mona- 

sterii Paterbomje. 
Seb. Leonis Frisii vitae abbatum in 

Lidlum 1132-1375. 
Z. de Culenburg, Origines Culen- 

burgicae. 
Ordinimi 3 Trajectensium contra 

Papam Libellus. 
Servii Glossae Graeco-Latinae, 
Anonvmi Chronicon div. gestorum. 

912-1364. 
Adriani VI. Papae, P. Scriverii, -J. J. 

Pontani et ahorum Epistolae. 
Vetus Jus Transisalanicum, a, 

Joanne de Vernenburgh, Episc. 

Traj. 
Vol. 4. Eggerici Beninga, Chronicon 

seu Historia Frisiae Orientalis, ad 

A.D. 1562. 
Vol. 5. Amoldi Chronicon Monasteri- 

ense ad an. 1451. 
Anonymi ahud ad an. 1567. 
Tertium M. Tympii ad 1612. 
Matthiae Continuatio Chronici 

Monast. ad an. 1706. 
Anonymi Vitae et Gesta Dominorum 

de Arckel. 
Seb. Leonis Vitfe Abbatum Marien- 

gard. ad Frisios. 
Anonymi de Rebus Trajectensibus 

et HoUandicis, 1477. 
Chronicon Equestris Ordinis Teu- 

tonici, cum continuat. Matthaei. 
Matthaei Libellus de Vitis Pr^efec- 

torum Trajectensium et de Eques- 

tri ordine MeUtensi. 
J. J. Pontani Epistolae aliquot. 



Meibomius (H.), Rerum Germanicarum Tomi tres (in uno vol.), cum ejusdem Disseri. 
et indicibus, fol Hehnst. 1688 



Vol. 1. Theodorici de Niem, Sec. Apost. 

Vita Johannis XXHI. P.R. 
Gobelini Personae, Decani Bilfelden- 

sis, etc. 
Cosmodromium, sive Chronicon 

Universale ab 0. C. usque ad 

A. C. 1418. 



Vol. 1. Xevoldi a Northof, Origines Mar- 
can», sive Chronicon Comitum 
de Marca et Altena (1000-1358). 
Gebhardi (Praepositi Stederburgen- 
sis), Narratio Historicade Henrici 
Leonis, Bavariae et Saxoniae Ducis 
postremis gestis et obitu. 



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Meibomius (H.) — continued. 

Vol. 1. Anonymi breve Chronicon Steder- 
burgense (1000-1180). 

Meibomii (Henr.) Oratio Panegyrica 
de Henrico Leone, 

Andronici II. Imp. Constantinopo- 
litani Aurea Bulla, data (1830) 
Henrico Henrici Mirabilis F. 
Alberti Magni N. Duci Bruns- 
vicensi ante ami. 337 et Narra- 
tione de Principis illius posteris. 

Hermanni de Lerbecke (Monac. 
Dominic. Domus S. Pauli Minden- 
sis) Chronicon Comitum Schaum- 
burgensium (780-1480). 

Anonymi Chronicon Mindense (780- 
1474) cum Additionibus. 

M. Justini Lippiensis, Lippiflorium, 
sive Poema de Primordiis Comi- 
tatus Lippiensis et rebus gestis 
aliquot Comitum Lippiensium. 

Henrici Aquilonipolensis Adolphus, 
sive Historia comitum Schaum- 
burgensium ac Hamburgensis 
Civitatis. 

Henrici de Primordiis Urbis Lube- 
canae (1037). 

Wittichindi (Monachi Corbeiensis) 
Annalium Libri Tres (449-937). 

Hroswitae Monialis in laudem et 
gesta Ottonis M. Imp. Panegyris 
versu hexametro (919-964). 

Erectio Ecclesiae Magdeburgensis. 

Diplomata Ottonis M. Imp. 

Anonymi Chronicon Corbeiense. 

De Translatione S. Viti et institu- 
tione Novae Corbeise. 

Henrici Eoslag (Nieuburgensis), 
Herlingsberga, sive Poemation de 
Bello inter Henricum Mirabilem 
et confcederatos Saxoniae Princi- 
pes ob arcem Herlingsbergam 
gesto (1287). 
Vol. 2. Nevoldi a Northof (Equitis 
Marcani, Comitis Leodiensis) Ca- 
talogus Archi-Episcoporum Colo- 
niensium (94-1349). 

Wolteri (Henr. Canonici S. An- 
scharii) Chronica Bremensis (788- 
1463). 

Anonymi Bremensis Chronicon Eas- 
tadense (1059-1463). 

Sciphoweri (Joann.) Chronicon 
Archi-Comitum Oldenburgensium 
(1031-1505). 

Erdmanni (Erdw. Consulis Osna- 
burgensis) Chronicon Episcopo- 
rum Osnaburgensium (772-1453). 

Anonymi Chronicon Archi-Episco- 
patus Magdeburgensis (938-1372) 
cum notis et diplomatibus quibus- 
dam antiquis. 

Anonymi Narratio de rebus, gestis 



Alberti ex Ducibus Brunsvicensi- 
bus Episcopi Halberstadtensis 
XIX. 
Vol. 2. Crummedyckii (Alberti, Episcopi 
Lubecensis) Chronicon Episco- 
porum Lubecensium (953-1467) 
cum Continuatione (1505). 

Hoppenrodii (Andr.) Annales Gern- 
rodensis AbbatiaB (927-1570) et 
Historia Abbatissarum. 

Bodonis (Henr., Monachi Benedic- 
tini in Coenobio Clusa) de con- 
structione Coenobii Gandersheim- 
ensis (856) ej usque perfectione 
et Historia Abbatissarum. 

Polda (Job. de) Chronicon Ecclesias 
Hamelensis (993-1521). 

Anonymi Chronicon Monasterii S. 
Michaelis in Hildesheim (714- 
1137). 

Anonymi Chronicon Monasterii in 
Lothen Dioecesis Mindensis (1265- 
1447), post in oppidum Lemgo 
translati. 

Chronicon Monasterii Huiesburgen- 
sis (1070-1590). 
Vol. 3. Irmensula Saxonica, i.e. Idoli 
seu Numinis Tutelaris apud Sax- 
ones paganos culti Descriptio. 

Vindiciffi Billingans, seu Demon- 
stratio Hermannum Billingum, 
primum ab Ottone M. Saxoniae 
Borealis institutum Ducem, ex 
illustri Familia Saxonica oriun- 
dum fuisse. 

Demonstratio Saxoniam etiam ante 
Hermannum Billingum habuisse 
Duces. 

Bardevicum, sive Historia Urbis 
illius omnium Germanicarum an- 
tiquissimae, condit®, florentis, et 
delete (1179). 

De Bardewico destructo, Carmen 
Heroicum. 

Commentariolus de utriusque Sax- 
onias et vicinarum quorundam 
Kegionum Pagis. 

Apologia pro Ottone IV. Imp. (1214) 
contra falsas criminationes et con- 
vitia, quibus eum insectati sunt 
Historici nonnulli. 

Dissertatio de Jure Investituras Epi- 
scopalis Imp. Koman. Pontificibus 
per vim ademtae. 

Dissertatio super quodam antique 
Caesaruni German, jure, in dece- 
dentium majorum Praelatorum 
relictis possessionibus. 

Thassilonis Bojorum ultimi Ducis 
(780) Diploma, quo Monasterium 
Chrembsmiinster abs se conditum 
dotat. 



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Meibomius (H.) — continued. 

Vol. 3. Ducatus Brunsvicensis (1235) et 
LtmaBburgensis erectionis His- 
toria, cum ipsis Cassareis tabulis 
et Diplomatibus erectionis Princi- 
patus Heimenbergensis (1310) 
Ducatus Lueani iii Italia, Lutzen- 
burgici (1354) et Holsatiae (1474). 

Oratio de Academiae Julise primordiis 
et incrementis. 

Oratio de origine Helmstadii (789). 

De origine, dignitate et oflScio Can- 
cellariorum Academicorum Oratio 
(1612). ♦ 



Vol. 3. Chronicon Monasterii Marientlia- 

lensis (1138-1619). 
Chronicon ilonasterii Bergensis ad 

Albim (936-1663). 
Chronicon Monasterii Eiddages- 

husen (1145-1586). 
Henrici Meibomii junioris de Fri- 

derico Duce Bnmsvic. et Lunae- 

burgensi in Imp. electo Dissert. 
Ejusdem de Hugonis de S. Victore, 

celeberrimi Seculo XII. Theologi, 

patria Saxouia, contra MabiUo- 

nium, Dissert. 



Melaxchthoxis (Ph.) Opera Omnia, 28 vol. in 14, 4to Halis Sax. 1834-60 



Vol. 1-9. EpistolsB, Praefationes, Con- 

siha, Judicia, Schedse Academ. 
Vol. 10. Scripta ad vitam et obitum 
Melanchthonis spectantia Car- 
minum Libri iv. 
Orationes, Quaestiones Academicae, 
etc. 
Vol. 11, 12. Declamationes. 
Vol. 13, 14. Scripta ad Historiam pro- 
fanam et pbilosophiam spectantia. 
Liber de Anima. 
Initia Doctrinae Pliysicos. 
Elementorum Ehetorices Libri ii. 
Erotemata Dialectica. 
Libri in quibus enarravit Scripturam 
Sacram. 
Vol. 15. Annotatio in Evang. Joannis. 

In Epistolas. 
Vol. 16. Ad Ethicen et Pohticen Spec- 
tantia. 
Annot. in libros Ciceronis. 
Vol. 17. Annot. in libros Ciceronis. 
In Porcii Latronis declamationes. 
In Sallustii libros. 
In Epist. ad Csesarem. 
In Taciti libellum. 
Paraphr. Plinianae prefationis. 
Annot. in QuintiKani lib. 
Interpr. Latina Orat. Demosthenis, 
iEschinis. Lycurgi, &c. 



Vol. 18. Interpr. lat. openim Ptolemjei, 

Homeri, Hesiodi, Euripidis, &c. 

Vol. 19. Interpr. lat. locorum TjTtiei, 

Solonis, CaUimachi. Carminum 

Pindari, Comoed. Terentii, Plauti, 

&c. &c. 

Vol. 20. Grammaticae et Chrestomathiae. 

Scripta ad historiam et geograpliiam 

spectantia. 
Scripta varii argument!. 
Additamenta ad vol. 1-10. 
Vol. 21, 22. Loci Theologici. 
Vol. 23. Der Ordinanden Examen. 
Catechesis pueriHs. 
Symbolum Nicenum. 
De Ecclesia et de autorit. Verbi 

Dei. 
Defensio Conjugii Sacerd. 
Eefutatio abusum Ccense Dom. 
Sententiae. 
Vol. 24, 25. PostiUae. 
Vol. 26. Libri Visitatorii. 
Confessio Augustana. 
Vol, 27. Confutatio Confess. Aug. 
De Confutationibus. 
Apologia Confess. Augustanae. 
Vol. 28. Apologia, Eepetitio Confessionis 
August. 
Addenda. 
Indices. 



Mencken (J, B.), bcriptores Eerum Germanicarum, praecipue Saxonicarum, etc., 3 vol. 
fol Lugd.Bat. 1728-30 



Vol. 1. Auct. Anonymi Chronicon vetus 
ex hbris Pentheon excerptum de 
Impp. Eomanis a Carolo M. ad 
mortem Friderici II. (769-1235). 

Chronici Alberici, Monachi trium 
fontium, Lectiones emeudatiores 
et auctiores, vel ejus Continuatio 
ab aimo 960 ad an. 1241. 

Andieae Presb}-teri, Itali, Chronicon 
breve, hactenus ineditum ab a. 
568 ad a. 874. 

Annales Francorum vetusti, 801- 
822. 



Vol. 1. Saxii (Petri, Arelatensis Eccl. 
Canonici) Pontificium Arelatense 
seu Historia Primatum Eccles. 
Arelatensis. 
Diplomata Selecta, Abbatiam Chom- 
burgensem, prope Halam Sue- 
vorum sitam, conceraentia, 1090- 
1480 ; pr^missus Catalogus Ab- 
batum Chomburgensium ; res 
Comitum Gleichensium, 1217- 
1508, illustrantia ; Bremensia 
anecdota e Chronico Bremensi 
majori, dialecto Saxonica con- 



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Mencken (J. B.) — continued. 

scripto, inedito, decerpta (985- 
1541) ; Monasterii Oldeslebensis 
e libro copiali qui Gothae servatur 
(1101-1519) ; Capellendorfensia, 
Genealogiam Burggraviorum 

Kirclibergensium illust. (1203- 
1626) ; varia Misnis et Tlmmigise 
Monasteria concernentia (1126- 
1501) ; item : Conradi Marcbionis 
Diplomata duo, seu Donationes 
S. Sepulcbro et Hospitali Hiero- 
solymitano factae (1145), etc. 
Vol. 1. Acciaioli (D.) Vita Caroli M. ple- 
nius e MSCto edita. 

Legenda Patroni Germaniie, S. 
Bonifacii Lib. II. et alia Legenda 
Bonifacii vernacula, cum Notis. 

Nigelli (Ermoldi, Abbatis Anianen- 
sis) de rebus gestis Ludovici Pii 
Imp. 781-826, Carmen eleg. cum 
notis Muratorii. 

Benzonis (Episcopi Albiensis) Pa- 
negyricus Kbytbmicus, seu Com- 
mentar. de rebus Henrici III. seu 
IV. Kegis Germanise Libri VI. 
cum notis J. A. Frankensteinii. 

Windeckii (Eberh. Moguntinij His- 
toria Sigismundi Imp. vernacula 
(1386-1461). 

Musica (Anton, de, Antwerpiani) 
Commentarii rerum a Carolo V. 
Imp. apud S. Digerium gestarum. 

Gassari (Ach. Pirminii, Lindavien- 
sis) Annales Eeipublicas August- 
burgensis, sive Augustanae Vinde- 
licorum (1-1576). 

Cosmffi (Pragensis Ecclesiae Decani) 
Chronicae Bohemorum Libri III. 
[ad 1126] ; praBfixa Ducum ac 
Kegum Bobemiae Elogia, versibus 
decantata a M. Cutbenio et C. 
Cropacia. 
Vol. 2, Langii (Pauli, Monachi Bene- 
dictini) Cbronica Neumburgensis 
8. Naumburgensis Eccl. ab Ottone 
M. (967) ad Carolum V. Imp. et 
an. 1535. 

Anonymus de Fundatione et bene- 
factoribus Ecclesiie Pegaviensis, 
cum Catalogo Abbatum Pega- 
viensium (1157-1519) et Diplo- 
matibus (1250-1456), itemCalen- 
dario Pegaviense. 

Calendarium sive Necrologium Mon- 
asterii S. Mariae in Kemniz. 

Clirouicon Montis Sereni, seu Lau- 
terbergense (1124-1220), addita 
Versione vernacula. 

Chronicon Terrte Misnensis ad a. 
1496. 

Annales Vetero-Cellenses, contin- 
entes Historiam Misnise Marcbio- 



num (785-1875), cum var. Lect., 
et duplici versione Germanica 
inedita. 
Vol. 2. Ees Misnicae (1426-1488), Joan. 
Picbelero adscript®. 

Cbronicon Vetero-Cellense minus 
(801-1084) Monumenta quoedam 
vetusta (1180-1200), ut et Dedi- 
cationes variorum Altarium et 
Capellarum in Cellaveteri (1175- 
1508). 

Erpburdianus Antiquitatum vari- 
loquus a fundata civitate (438- 
1517). 

Engelliusii (Tlieod.) Cbronica Er- 
fordensis Civitatis (438-1422). 

Cbronicon et Annales Torgavienses 
1296-1601, incerto Auctore. 

Spalatini (Geo.) Cbronicon, sive 
Annales 1513-1526. 

Tbammii (Abr.) Cbronicon vetus- 
tissimas arcis et urbis Coldicensis 
(451-1657), e vernacula in La- 
tinam versum. 

Sagittarii (P. M.) Dissertatio (1677) 
de Kocblitio ; de Nummis Saxonias 
Ducum Dissertationes sex ; Syl- 
labus Monetae cupreas Saxonicas 
ineditus ; Dissertatio de Comitis 
Palatini dignitate in Fridericum 
Sapientem Electorem collata ; 
Dissertatio (1675) de locis sepul- 
cbralibus Familiae Wittikindea? 
ab excessu Ottonis Divitis. 

Eeyheri (Sam.) Monumenta Land- 
gravorum Tburingiae et Marcbio- 
num Misniae, cum F. Hortlederi, 
et W. E. Tenzelii notis et ad- 
ditionibus. Accessere passim 
Monumenta Ducum Saxoniae, ex 
A. Sennerti Atbenis et Inscript. 
Wittenb.; ut et Davidis Scliir- 
meri Conditorio Sax. Freibergensi. 

Tenzelii (W. E.) Fridericus Fortis 
redivivus, boc est, Vita et fata 
Friderici Admorsi Landgravii 
Tburingiae (1240). 

Garzonis (Jo.) Eerum Saxonicarum 
Libri ii. Melancbtbonis (Pb.) 
Oratio (1554) de Friderico Ad- 
morso, cum notis, animad. et fi(j. 
ceneis. 

Spalatini (Geo.) Vitae aliquot Ducum 
et Electorum Saxoniae aFriderico I. 
usque ad Jobannem Fridericum o 
vernacula in Latinam translata> 
(1409-1535). 

Amoldi (Geo.) Vita Mauritii Ducis 
et Electoris Saxoniae, ex authen- 
tico Latino MSCto primum edita 
et cum versione Germanica D. 
Schirmeri et variis MSS. collata. 



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Mencken (J. B.) — contimted. 

Vol. 2. Camerarii (Joach.) Orationes X. 
Funebres (1553-1569) in Mauri- 
tium D. et Elect. Saxoniae. 

Epistolse Arcanae, pleraeque GaUico 
idiomate, ab Henrico II, Gallije 
Rege ad ministros et amicos suos, 
et ab his vicissim ad Eegem an. 
1548 et 1553 datap, quibus prap- 
sertim ea, quae ad Foedus Mauritii, 
Elect. Saxon, cum Gallis, ejus- 
demque mortem, et res paulo post 
in Gennania gestas, spectant, 
describmitur. 

Excerpta Saxonica, Misnica et Thu- j 
ringica, ex Monachi Pimeusis i 
(seu vero nomine Job. Lindneri 
siveTiliani), Onomasticovemaculo 
autographo. 

Monachi Isenacensis (vulgo Jo- 
hamiis Eohte) Chronicon Thu- 
ringiae vemaculmn. De S. Ben- 
none, Episcopo Misnensi in 
Saxonia et Slavorum Apostolo, 
Scripta varia, imprimis Hier. 
Emseri Vita S. Bennonis, cmn 
Notis G. Henschenii et D. Pape- 
brochii. 

Theod. de Thuringia ( seu de Apoldia ) 
Variae Lectiones et Supplementa 
Vitae S. Ehsabethae. 

LibeUus de dictis IV. ancillarum S. 
Ehsabethae, sive Examen miracu- 
lorum ejus. 

Auctor Eythmicus vemaculus de 
vita Ehsabethae Landg. Thu- 
ringiae. 

Peregrinatio seu Passagium ad Ter- 
ram Sanctam Alberti Ducis Sax- 
oniae (1476 1 vemacula exaratum. 

Eathalter (Job.) de meritis Alberti 
Ducis Saxoniae, Locum tenentis 
generahs per Brabantiam in 
Domvim Burgundicam, hngua 
vemacula. 

Spalatini (Geo.) Dissertatio Genealo- 
gico-historica de liberis Alberti 
Ducis Saxoniae, lingua vemacula. 

Addenda ad Amiales Vetero-Cellen- 
ses, Tom. II. n. 6 editos. 
Vol. 3. Doeringii (Matt. Doct. Ord. 
Min.) Continuatio Chronici Theod. 
Engelhusii, 1420-1498, ex Cod. 
Lips. 

Chronica bre^"is de quibusdam no\-is- 
simis temporibus actis in partibus 
Misniae et Thuringiae, et etiam de 
ahis memoria dignis, 1301-1497. 

AnomTui Saxouis Historia impera- 
torum a Carolo M. usque ad Fri- 
dericum II. et quidem ad an. 1235. 

Chronici Pega%-iensis collationes et 
Continuatio, 1125-1236. 



Vol. 3. Fragmentum Chronici Chemnen- 
sis, 908-1526. 

Emendationes et Supplementa ad 
Chronicon Martisburg. 

Memorabiha quaedam in Chronico 
terrae Misnensis, aliis Thomano 
Lipsiensi dicto. 

Chronicon Quedlinburgense, 370- 
1025. 

Chronicon S. Petri vulgo Sampetri- 
num Erfurtense ab A. C. 31 sive 
potius 1036-1355. 

Chronicon parvum Vemaculmn 
rerum in Misnia 1175-1349. 

Epkonis de Eepkau breve Chronicon 
Magdeburgense ab Anonymo Ger- 
manice versum (ad a. 1248). 

Collationes Chronici Magdeburg, a 
Meibom. editi cam Codice MS. in 
Archivo Elect. Dresdensi. 

Torquati (Geo.) Magdeburg. Ponti- 
ficum ecclesiae Magdeburgensis 
Series et ordo ab exordio funda- 
tionis suae (967) usque in a. 1513. 

Latomi (Joann.) Catalogus Episco- 
ponma et Archiepiscoporum Mo- 
guntinensium, etc., cum notis H. 
U. de Lingen, etc. etc. 

Boissen (Brod.) Chronicon Slesvi- 
cense, usque ad a. 1580. 

Chronicon Curiae, seu rerum, quae 
Curiae Eegnitianae ad Salam, et in 
universa Variscia a primis initiis 
ad a. 1597 accidenmt. 

Ottonis (Jo.) Catalogus Episcoporum 
et Archi -Episcoporum Bremen- 
sium, 780-1580. 

Breve Chronicon Ecclesiw Hame- 
lensis, auctore Job. de Poelde, a. 
1374, conscriptum. Accedit ejus- 
dem civitatis discursus historicus, 
conscriptus a Ger. Eeichen ; cum 
addit. Seb. Spilckeri. 

Genealogia Comitum Leisnicensium, 
deducta a majoribus Viperti illius 
belUcosi Comitis Groiz. Auctore 
Pet. Albino Nivemontio, etc. 

Annales Erfurtenses Germanici ab 
a. 1440 usque ad annum 1467, 
sive Continuatio Chronici Thurin- 
gici Johannis Eothii. 

Ursini (Ad.) Chronicon Thuringiae 
Vemaculum usque ad annum 
1500, cum Appendicibus de Er- 
furto et Nordhusa, 383-1540. 

Historia belli Smalcaldici, 1546, imp. 
Ludov. ab A"\*ila Commentariis de 
hello Germanico opposita, a Duce 
quodam bellico, (forte ipso Seb. 
Scherttlino a Burtembach) qui a 
parte Protestantium hello illi in- 
terfuit. 



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Vol. 3. Herm. a KerssenbrocL Narratio 
de obsidione Monasteriensi, seu 
de bello Anabaptistico, 1535. 

Anonymi Chronicon Bohemicum ab 
origine Ducum Bohem. usque ad 
a. 1320 deductum. 

Cosmffi Pragensis Chronicse Bohe- 
morum, lib. III. 

Leuberi (Benj.) Catalogus Eegum, 
Electorum, Palatinorum, Ducum, 
Marchionum, item et Comitum 
Potentiorum Veterum Saxoniae, 
Thuringiee et Misnias, etc. etc. 



Vol. 3. Diplomatarium Caroli IV., ex 
Codice Lipsiensi descriptum. 

De origine, vetustate, appellatioue 
et regionibus Tabantinorum, Cyg- 
neorum, Libanotbanorum, Mis- 
nensium, iiec non Molbii fiuminis 
descriptioiie, quondam per Dom. 
E. Stella (alias Stuler) M.D. de- 
scripta. 

Observationes extemporaneas singu- 
laria quaedam loca trium torn, 
breviter illustrantes. 



Meursius (Joan.), Opera Omnia, ex recensione Samii, 12 vol. in 11, folio Flor. 1741- 



G3 



Vol. 1. De Fortuna Athenarum. 

Afclienae Attic^e. 

De Populis Atticas. 

Cecropia. 

Ceramicus Geminus. 

Piraeus. 

De Eegibus. 

De Arcbontibus. 

Tbeseus. 

Pisistratus. 
Vol. 2. Tbemis Attica. 

Solon. 

Areopagus. 

Eleusinia. 

Panathenffia. 

Bibliotbeca Attica, J^scliylo, 
Sophocle, et Euripide in ea com- 
prehensis. 

Atticae Lectiones. 
Vol. 3. De Regno Laconico. 

Miscellanea Laconica, sive variae 
antiquitates Laconica3. 

Creta, Cyprus, Eliodus, sive de 
harum Lisularum rebus et anti- 
quitatibus Comment, postumi. 

GraBcia Feriata, sive de Festis Grae- 
corum. 

De Ludis GraBcorum. 

Bibliotbeca Graeca. 
Vol. 4. Denarius Pytbagoricus, sive de 
numerorum, usque ad denarium, 
qualitate, ac nominibus, secun- 
dum Pythagoricos. 

Tbeophrastus, sive de illius libris, 
qui injuria temporis interci- 
derunt. 

Lectiones Theoplirastese. 

Glossarium Graeco-Barbarum. 

Glossarii Tactici Mixo-Barbari 
Eigaltiani Emendationes. 

Anonymi Galli Supplementa Glos- 
sarii Grffico-Barbari. 
Vol. 5. De Luxu Eomanorum liber, et 
ad eum Mantissa, in qua habetur 
Astrampsycbi Oneirocriticon. 

Dionysius, sive de Auctoribus istius 
nominis, eorumque Scriptis. 



Vol. 5. De Heraclide, aliisque ejus nomi- 
nis, et eorum operibus. 

De Gloria. 

Orcbestra, sive de Saltationibus 
Veterum. 

De Puerperio. 

De Funere. 

Curarum Plautinarum Commen- 
tarius. 

Animadversionas Miscellae. 

Auctarium Pbilologicum. 

Ad Tbeocriti Idyllia Spicilegium, 
etc. 

Lycopbronis Alexandra. 

Adnotationes in Libros de Funere 
et Puerperio. 
Vol. 6. Notae ad Catonis de Agricultura 
Librum. 

Animadversiones ad Pbasdri Fabu- 
las. 

Criticus Arnobianus, et Hypocriticus 
Minutianus, et excerpta MS. Eegii 
Paris. 

Notae ad Macrobii Saturnalia. 

Notae in Clialcidium. 

Helladii Besantinoi Cbrestomathia, 
cum interp. et not. 

Aristoxenus - Nicomacbus - Alypius : 
Auctores Musices cum notis. 

Leonis Imperatoris Tactica ex Cod. 
Laurent, restituta, addito Capitc, 
Quomodo adversus Saracenos 
pugnare oporteat ? 

Constantini Porpbyrogennetffi de 
administrando Imperio Liber ; 
Liber Tacticus, nunc primum in- 
teger e Cod. Veron. a Maffeio ed. ; 
Strategicum, nunc primum ex 
Cod. Laurent, editum ; de Tbe- 
matibus, Lib. II. ; Novellas Con- 
stitutiones. 
Vol. 7. Antigoni Carystii Historiarum 
Mirabilium Collectanea, cum 
Meursii Tractatu de Antigonis. 

Pblegontis Tralliani de Eebus Mira- 
bilibus liber ; De Longaevis libel- 
lus ; De Olympiis fragmentum. 



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Meursius (Joan.) — continued. 

Vol. 7. Apollonii Dyscoli Historia Com- 

mentitia, cum Meursii S}Titag- 

mate de ApoUoniis. Hesychii 

Milesii de Yiris illustribus liber ; 

Ees PatrifB Constantinopoleos. 
Bessarionis Cardinalis Epistola ad 

Pasdagogum filiorum Thomffi 

Palaeologi. 
Const. Manassis Aiuiales. 
Georgii Codiiii Excerpta de Anti- 

quitatibus Constantinopolitanis. 
Tlieodori Metocbitae Historite 

Romanae liber. 
Pliilostrati Sopb. Epistolse. 
Herodis Inscriptio Grjeca. 
Adnotat. in CaUimacbiun et in Apu- 

leium Julii Africani Cesti, cum 

notis var. 
Vol. 8. Procopii Gazaei Sopbistae in 

libros Eegiun et Paralipomenon 

Scholia. 
Eusebii Pampbili Expositio in Can- 

ticum Canticorum. 
Polycbronii Diaconi Enar. in Can- 

ticum Canticorum. 
Micbaelis Glycae ad Gregorium 

Acropolitam Epistola. 
Micbaelis Pselli Parapbr. in Can- 

ticum Canticorum Lib. Palladii 

Episcopi Helenopoleos Historia 

Lausiaca seu Vitae SS. Patrum. 
S. Cyrilb Alexandrini in Transfig. 

Domini Sermo. 
S. Anastasu Arcbiep. Antioch. Ser- 

mones duo. 
S. Andrew lerosol. Archiep. Cretse 

Sermo. 



Vol. 8. Metbodii liber de Libero Arbitrio. 
Timotbei Presb. de differentia eorum 

qui accedunt ad nostram Fidem 

bber. 
Hilarionis Monacbi Oratio Dialec- 

tica. 
Tbeopbylacti Arcbiep. Bulgariae 

Epistolae, etc. 
Vol. 9. Jo. Memsii Historia Danica. 
J. S. Stepbanii Hist. Danica. 
^Inotbus Monacbus de Vita et 

Passione S. Canuti Regis. 
Anonymus de Passione S. Caroli 

Comitis Flandrife. 
Anonymi Obser\"ationes in Hist. 

Danicam Mem-sii. 
Meursii ad AnonjTni Observationes 

Eesponsio. 
Ejusdem Animadversiones in His- 

toriam Danicam Joan. Isaacii 

Pontani. 
Vol. 10. Eerum Belgicarum Libri V. 
Gulielmus Auriacus, sive de rebus, 

toto Belgio, tam ab eo quam ejus 

tempore gestis, ad excessum L. 

Eequessensii, Libri X. 
Atbenae Batavae, sive de Urbe Lei- 

densi et Acad. 
Poemata, etc. 
Meditationes Cbristian^e in Psalm. 

CXVI. et tres priores partes Ps. 

CXIX. 
J. Meursii Filii Arboretum Sacrum, 

etc., Lib. HI. 
Vol. 11. Joannis Meursii et aliorum ad 

eum script® Epistolae. 
Vol. 12. Lidex Generalis. 



Milton (John) Works in Prose and Verse, with Life by J. Mitford, 8 vol. 8vo 1851 



Vol. 1. Life, by Mitford. 

Samson Agonistes. 

A Mask (Comus). 

Lycidas. 

II Penseroso. 

L 'Allegro. 

Arcades. 

Miscellaneous Poems. 

Sonnets, Psalms, Poemata. 
Vol. 2. Paradise Lost. 

Paradise Regained. 
Vol. 3. Of Reformation touching Church 
Discipline in England. 

Of Prelatical Episcopacy. 

Reason of Church Government 
urged against Prelaty. 

Animadversions upon the Remon- 
strants' Defence against Smec- 
tymnuus. 

Apologj- against a Modest Confu- 
tation of the Animadversions. 

Eikonoklastes. 



Vol. 4. Doctrine and Discipline of Di- 
vorce. 

Tetracbordon. 

Judgment of Martin Bucer con- 
cerning Divorce. 

Colasterion. 

Of Education. 

Areopagitica. 

Tenure of Kings and Magistrates. 

On the Articles of Peace between 
Charles I. and the Irish Rebels. 
Vol. 5. History of Britain. 

Of the Civil Power in Ecclesiastical 
Causes. 

On removing Hirehngs out of the 
Church. 

Notes on Griffith's Sermon. 

Letter to a Friend on the Ruptures 
of the Common-wealth. 

Of true Religion, Heresie, Schism, 
Toleration. 



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Milton (John) — contimied. 

Vol. 5. The ready and easy way to esta- 
blish a free Commonwealth. 
Vol. 6. Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio. 
Joannis Philippi Angli Responsio. 
Defensio secunda pro Populo Angli- 
cano. 
Authoris pro se Defensio contra Alex. 

Morum ac Supplementum. 
Accidence or commenced Grammar. 
Vol. 7. Artis LogicaB Plenior Institutio. 
Praxis Logicae Analytica ex Dou- 

namo. 
Petri Rami Vita. 
Literse Senatus Anglicani. 
LiteraB Oliverii P. nomine scriptfe. 

Morgan (J.), Phoenix Britannicus, 4to 

1. Discourse on Stewardship, presumed 

to be Wickliffe's, 1388. 

2. Fragments of Popish Sermons. 

3. Quaint Monkish Rhymes and their 

Versions. 

4. Letter relating to No. 1. 

5. Prince Lucifer's Congratulatory 

Epistle to the Prelates of those 
days. 
C. Priest Swinderby's Appeal against 
Sentence of Bp. of Hereford. 

7. The Wonderful Year 1603, wherein 

is shewed the Pictm*e of Lon- 
don lying sick of the Plague, 
1603. 

8. Narrative of the Proceedings at Win- 

chester against Lord Cobham, 
Lord Gray, and Sir G. Markham, 
1603. 

9. Sir A. Weldon's Character of King 

James, 1656. 

10. Sir R. Cotton's Short View of the 

Reign of K. Henry HI. 

11. Sir R. Cotton's Danger wherein the 

Kingdom stands, and the Remedy, 
1627. 

12. Character of a True Englishman. 

13. Impropriations Purchased ; list of 

Persons from whom the Com- 
missioners for Composition with 
Delinquents have purchased re- 
venue for increase of mamtenance 
to the Ministry, 1648. 

14. The Honest Briton's Character of 

himself. 

15. Bold Prayer against Poperie, 1554. 

16. Postscript to Preface. 

17. Vox Civitatis, or London's Com- 

plaint against her Children in the 
Country, 1625. 

18. Protest of H. of C, in 1604, against 

certain Infringements of the 
Court. 

19. Transactions, etc., of that Parliament 

which 0. Cromwell dissolved; 



Vol. 7. Literae Ricardi P. nomine scriptaj. 
Scriptum Dom. Protectoris. 
Epistolae Familiares. 
Prolusiones Oratoriae. 
Vol. 8. Defence of the People of England, 

in Answer to Salmasius' Defence 

of the King. 
Letters of State in the Name of the 

Commonwealth. 
The Protectors Oliver and Richard. 
Manifesto of the Lord Protector. 
Declaration for the Election of 

John III. King of Poland. 
History of Muscovia. 
Index. 



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Characters of 43 of his new 
Lords, etc. 

20. List of all those on whom the 

Lord Protector Oliver conferred 
honours. 

21. Speech in Parliament concerning the 

Protector's other House, March, 
1659. 

22. Verses on the Grand Question, 

Who's to be in, and Who out ? 

23. March. Nedham's History of the 

Rebellion, in metre, 1661. 

24. B. Higgons's Character of 0. Crom- 

well. 

25. Valour Anatomiz'd, by Sir Philip 

Sidney. 

26. G. Fox's Remarkable Will. 

27. Stowe-Garden Race. 

28. 29. Lithgow's Account of his racking 

at Malaga, in 1620, and his De- 
scription of Ireland. 

30. Norris' Observations on the Tides, 

&c., in the Streights-Mouth. 

31. Scott's Account of Count Gondo- 

mar's Transactions in England, 
Part I. 

32. News from the Dead in the revival 

of Anne Greene, hanged at Oxford, 
in 1650. 

33. Narrative of Mother Da\-ies, the 

horned Old Woman, 1679. 

34. Wonderful Battel of Starhngs, &c., 

in 1622. 

35. A tart Satire upon Hugh Peters. 

36. Walk, Knaves, Walk : designed as a 

Banter upon Col. Jo. Heason. 

37. Baron Tomlinson's Speech to Warner 

and Love, when chosen Sheriffs, 
1659. 

38. Mr. Ireton's Oration at chusing the 

new Lord Mayor, 1659. 

39. Letter found at Whitehall, 1641. 

40. Character of a Prince, 1689. 

41. True Character of an untrue Bishop, 

1041. 



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42. Roger the Canterbuiian, a Satire 

against Prelates, 1642. 

43. Queint -Verses on Hugh Peters in 

1680, as he was taking his last 
swing. 

44. Life, Treason,* and Execution of Dr. 

John Storey, 1571. 

45. Bp. Bale's Testimony of the Life and 

Beha^•iour of Dr. Thos. Martin, 
1554. 

46. Q. Elizabeth's motives, etc., for 

aiding the Netherlanders, 1585. 

47. Sir Walter Raleigh's Ghost, 1622. 

48. Epigrams, Fr. and Eng., on King 

EUzabeth and Queen Jamie, 

49. Robinson's Anatomy of the English 

Nunnery at Lisbon, 1622. 

50. Scott's Vox Popuh, or Count Gondo- 

mar's Transactions in England, 
Part 2, 1624. 

51. Verses to Mr. Harriot on his sym- 

pathy with Count Gondomar. 

52. Life and Death of Henry "Welby, 

Esq., who Uved 44 years in Grub 
Street, unseen by any, 1637. 

53. Hist, and Polit. Relation of K. 

Richard H.'s Wonder-working 
Parliament, 1641. 

54. Account of the two great oflBces of 

Seneschal or High Steward and 
High Constable of England, 1642. 

55. Confession and Execution of John 

Felton, who set up the Pope's 
Bull, 1570. I 

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56. Confessions and Execution of the two 

Nortons for High Treason, 1570. 

57. The Fatal Vespers, a relation of the 

disastrous downfall of a House in 
Black Frjers, 1623. 

58. Gee's Catalogue of Popish Books, 

etc., 1624. 

59. 60. Robert Earl of Essex's Ghost, in 

2 parts, 1624. 

61. Epigram on Sir Walter Raleigh. 

62. The Scots Scout's Discovery, 1642. 

63. Character of an Oxford Licendiary. 

64. The Soldier's Library. 

65. Confessions, etc.,of Edmond Campion 

and other condemned Priests, 1582. 

66. K. James VI. of Scotland ; Declara- 

tion of his intentions and meaning, 
etc., 1585. 

67. Record of Worthy Proceedings in 

Parhament, 1611. 

68. King James I.'s Letter to the Speaker 

of the House of Commons. 

69. A Treatise of Prelates, whether or no 

to be tryed by Peers, 1641. 

70. M. Gen. Morgan's Nan-ative of his 

Campaign in Flanders in 1657 and 
1658. 

71. Chaucer's incens'd Ghost. 

72. Narrative of Ann Jefferies, who was 

fed for six months by Fairies, 1696. 

73. The Loyal Nonconformist, 1670. 

74. Oldys's Ciunous Dissertation on 

Pamphlets. 



Vol. 1. 1. Hist, Miscella. Eutropii Hist. 

Romanam complectens, 
Landulphi Addit. ad Hist, Miscellam. 
Jomandes, Historia Gothorum, 
De Regnor. et temporum Suc- 

cessione. 
Procopius, de Bello Gothico. 
Excerpta ex Agathiae Historia. 
Pauh Wamefiidi Gesta Langobar- 

dorum, 
2. Leges Langobardicae. 

Fragm. Historias Langobardicas. 
De fundat. Monast. Nonantulani. 
Opusculum de Civitate Mediolani. 
Ordo Antiq. Episcop. Mediolanens. 
Historiae Saracenico-Siculae Varia 

Monumenta. 
Chronicon Episcop. NeapoUt. 
Chronicon Vultumense. 
Spicilegium Raveimatis Historiae. 
Vol. 2. 1. AgneUi Vitas Pontificum Ra- 

vennatum. 
Bulla Paschalis Papae I. 
Historia principum Langobardorum. 
Epit. Chronic. Casinensium. 
II. 



Vol. 2. 1. Anon. Carmen Paneg. de 

Barengario Aug. 
SjTiodus Ticinensis pro elect. Widonis 

in regem ItaUae. 
Liutprandi Historia, et Legatio ad 

Nicephorum Lnperat. 
Annales Regum Francorum ad 900. 
2. NigeUi Abbat. Gesta Ludovici Pii. 
Annales Lambeciani. 
Fragmentum ConcLhi Romani, 863. 
Acta Concilii Ticinen. 876, 
Anonvmi Salem. Parahpomena, 

760-960. 
Chronicon Farfense, 681-1104, 
Chronicon Monaster, Novaliciensis. 
Chronicon Casaniense, 866-1182, 
Kalendaria duo pervetusta. 
Vita S, Athanasii, Episc, Neap, 
Veronae Rhythmica Descriptio. 
Voh 3. 1, 2. Anastasii Bibhoth. Vitae 

Pontificum Roman. 
Vitffi Pontificvun ex var. auct. a 

Leone IX. usque ad Sixtum IV. 
Amulphi Med, Historia. 
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MuRATOKi (L. A.) — continued. 

Vol. 4, Puricelli Dissert, de permiss. S. 

Ambrosii Clero suo semel nubere. 
Catalogus Arcliiepisc. Mediol. 
Chronica duo Eegiim Italic. 
Chronica Monasterii Casinensis. 
Vol. 5. Chronologi Antiqui IV. 
Herempertus Langobardus. 
Lupus Protospata. Anonymus Casi- 
nensis. 
Falco Beneventanus. 
Chronicon Anonymi Casinensis. 
Chronicon Civis Barensis. 
Camilli Pereg. Hist. Langobard. 

Lib. II. 
Gul. Appuli de Eebus Normann. in 

Sicilia. 
Chronicon Northmannicum, 1041- 

85. 
Eadulphi Cadom. Gesta Tancredi 

in Exp. Hierosol. 
Donizone, Vita Mathildis Comitissae. 
Anon, de Bello Comensi, 1118-27. 
Landulphi, jun., Hist. Mediola- 

nensis, 1095-1137. 
Carmen de Laudibus Mag. Moysis 

Bergom. 
Gaufredi Mai. Historia Sicula. 
Alexander, Abb. de rebus gest. 

Eogerii Siciliae Eegis. 
Vol. 6. Petrus Diac. de Viris Illust. Casi- 

nensibus. 
Acta Transl. Corp. S. Geminiani 

Episc. Mutin. 
Chronica Pisana. 
Vitse Abbatum Cavensium. 
Caffari, etc., Annales Genuenses 

1100-1293. 
Hist.LiberationisMessana3 a Sarrac. 

jugo. 
Ottonis Fris. Episc. Gesta Friderici 

I. Imp. 
Ottonis de S. Blaso Chronicon, ad 

1209 cont. 
Burchardi Epistola de Victoria 

Frider. I. et excid. Mediol. 
Obsidio AnconjE, 1172. 
Historia Eerum Laudensium. 
Eadulphi Mediol. Gesta Friderici I. 

in Italia. 
Vol. 7. Chronicon Eomualdi Episc. 

Salern. 
Hug. Faicandi Hist, rerum Gest. in 

Sicilia. 
Godefridi Viterb. Memoria Secu- 

lorum. 
Eicardi Episc. Cremon. Chronicon 

ad 1213. 
Chronicon Cremoaense, 1096-1238. 
Bernardi Thesaur. Liber de acq. 

TerriB Sanctas ab 1095 ad 1230. 
Chronicon Fossa? Novfe ad 1217. 
Chronicon Atinensis Ecclesiae. 



Vol. 7. Chronicon Cavense. 

Exc. ex Martyrol. et Necrol. Casi- 

nensi. 
Eicardi de S. Germ. Chronicon, 

1189-1243. 
M. Spinelli Diarium Neap. 1247- 

1268. 
Vol. 8. Gerardi Maurisii Gesta Eccelini 

de Eomano, 1183-1237. 
Ant. Godi Chronicon, 1194-1260. 
Nicol. Smeregii Chronicon Gerardi 

Maurisii, 1200-1312. 
Eiciardi Com. S. Bonifacii Vita. 
Lauren tius de Mon. Ezerinus III. 
Eolandini Patav. de Factis m Mar- 

chia Tarvis. 
Chronica Parva Ferrariens. 
Nicolai de Jamsilla Gesta Friderici 

11. Imp. ejusque fihor. 1210-1265. 
Chronicon Veronense, 1117-1208. 
Chronicon De Eebus Gestis in Lorn 

bardia, etc., 1107-1170. 
Anon. Historia Sicula, ad 1282. 
Malaspinffi Ees Sicula, 1250-76. 
E. Malespini Historia Florentina, 

1281-86. 
Synodus Provinc. Mediol. 1287. 
Memoriale Potestatum Eegiensium, 

1154-1290. 
Vol. 9. Jac. a Voragine, Cronicon Ge- 

nuense, ad 1297. 
Stephanardi Poema de Gestis Me- 
diol. sub Othone. 
Eicobaldi Ferrar. Pomarium Eaven- 

natis Ecclesiae. 
Chronicon Eomanorum Imperato- 

rum a Carolo Mag. usque ad 

Othonem IV. 
Historia Dulcini Hseresiarchse Novar. 

1304-7. 
Dini Compagni Chronicon Floren- 

tinum, 1280-1312. 
Synodus Prov. Pergami, 1811. 
Chronicon F. Pippini, ab 1176 ad 

1814. 
Chronicon Parmense, 1038-1809. 
Eelatio de Itinere Italico Henrici 

VII. Imper. 
Ferreti Vic. Historia Eerum Ital. 

1150-1318. 
Ferreti Poema de Scaligerorum 

origine. 
Joan, de Cermenata Historia Mediol. 

1307-13. 
Vol. 10. De Italia medii oevi Dissertatio 

Chorographica. 
Albertini Muss. Historia Henrici 

VII. Imperat. et de Gestis Ital. 

post mortem Henrici. 
Anon. Chronicon Siciliae, 1220-28. 
Nicolai Spec. Historia Sicula, 1282- 

1337. 



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MuBATOBi (L. A.) — continued. 

Vol. 11. Anon. Comment, de Laudibus 

Papia?. 
Annales veteres Mutinenses, 1131- 

1376. 
Chronicon Mutinense, 1131-1376. 
Clironicon Astense. 
Fr. Eaynerii Poema de proeliis 

Tuscias. 
Annales Pistorienses, 1300-48. 
Gualv. Flam mag Historia Medici. 

1336-71. 
Ptolemjei Lucensis Hist. Ecclesiast. 

ad 1312 et Brevis Annales, 1061- 

1303. 
Vita Castrucii Lucensis Ducis, 

1301-28. 
Vol. 12. And. Dandidi Chronicon Vene- 

tum ad 1388. 
Fragmenta Annalium Eomanormn, 

Monaldesci. 
Dom. de Gravina, Chronicon Apul. 

1333-50. Fr. Jo. de Comazanis, 

Hist. Parmensis, 1301-53. 
Cortusius Patavinus de Novitati- 

bus Paduse, 1256-1364. 
Gualv. Flammae Gesta Azonis 

Luchini et Joann. Vicecom. Med. 

1328-42. 
Chronicon Modoetiense ad 1349. 
Vol. 13. Jo. Villani Historia Florentina 

ad 1348. 
Barth. de Neocastro Historia Si- 

cula, 1250-94. 
Matt. Palmerii Vita, etc., Nic. Ac- 

ciajoli, 1410-66. 
Conforti Fragmenta Hist. Vicen- 

tinae, 1374-87. 
Vol. 14. Matt, et Phil. YiUani Hist. 

Florent. 1348-64. 
Jac, Malvecii Chronicon Brixianum, 

ad 1382. 
Antonii Astesani Carmen de Vita 

Sua, etc. 
Annales Caesenates, 1162-1362. 
Vol. 15. And. Dei Chronicon Sen- 

ense. 
Nerii-Donati Annales Senenses, 

1352-84. 
Anon. Chronicon Estense, 1153- 

1554. 
Jo. de Bazano, Chron. Mutinense, 

1002-1363. 
Anon. Ephemerides Urbevetanse, 

1342-63. 
Dan. Chinalii BeUum inter Venet. 

et Genuenses, 1378. 
GoreUi Poema de reb. gest. Are- 

tinis, 1310-84. 
Anon. Chronicon Arimiaense, 1188- 

1335. 
Anon. Monumenta Pisana, 1089- 

1389. 



Vol. 16. Vita3 Episcoporum, etc., Aqui- 

lejensium. 
Viiae Carrariensium Principum, ad 

1355. 
Anon. Breviarium Itahca9 Hist. 
Pat. Azarii Gesta Principum Novar. 

1250-1372. 
Jo. de Mussis Chronicon Placen- 

tinum, 222-1402. 
Anon. Annales Mediolanenses, 1230- 

1402. 
Castelli de Cast. Chronicon Bergo- 

mense, 1378-1407. 
Ordo Funeris Jo. Gal. Vicecom. Du- 
cis Mediol. 1402. 
Spec. Hist. Sozomeni, 1362-1410. 
Vol. 17. And. de Gataris Chronicon 

Patavinum, 1311-1406. 
Geo. Stellae Annales Genuenses, 

1298-1435. 
Vol. 18. Chronicon Eegiense, 1272- 

1388. 
Matt, de Griffonibus Memor. Eerum 

Bononiensium, 1199-1428. 
Fr. B. deUa Pughola, Hist. MisceU. 

Bonon. 1104-1394. 
Jo. Ser-Cambii Chronicon Lucense, 

1400-1409. 
Jac. de Delayto Annales Estenses, 

1393-1409. 
Gini Capponis Monumenta de Eebus 

Florentinis, 1378-1476. 
Vol. 19. Billii Historia Mediolanensis, 

1402-31. 
M. Palmerius de Bello contra Pi- 

sanos, 1406. 
Jac. Zeni Vita Car. Zeni, Patritii 

Veneti, 1334-1418. 
Anon. Annal. Senenses, 1385-1422. 
J. A. Campani Vita Brachii Pe- 

rusini, 1368-1424. 
Leod. Cribelh Vita, etc., Sfortiae 

Ducis, etc. 
Chronicon Tarvisinum, 1368-1428. 
Chronicon Foroli^-iense, 1397-1433. 
Leonardii Aretini Eer. Gest. sui 

Temporis Comment. 1388-1440. 
Anon, Hist. Florentina, 1406-38. 
Jan, Maneti Chronicon Pistoriense 

ad 1446, 
Vol. 20, Jo. Bandini Hist. Senensis, 

1402-22, 
Porcelli Comment. Jacobi Picinini, 

1452. 
Poggii Historia Florentina. 
Exc. ex. Annal, Princip. Estensium, 

1409-54. 
B. Platinae Vita Nerii Capponi. 
N. Naldi, Vita Jan. Manetti, 1396- 

1459. 
B, Platinffi Hist. Mantua?, ad 

1464. 

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MuBATOBi (L. A.) — continued. 

Vol. 20. Ant. de Eipalta Annales Pla- 

centini, 1401-63. 
Pet. Candidi Vita Pliilippi Mediol. 

Ducis 3tii et Vita Fr. Sforzae, 

Med. Ducis 4ti 1401-63; Oratio 

in funere Nic. Picinini. 
Vol. 21. Laur. Bonincontrii Miniatenses 

Annales, 1360-1458. 
Jo. Simonettse Hist. Francisci I. 

Mediol. Ducis, 1421-66. 
Christ, a Soldo Annales Brixiani, 

1437-68. 
Guer. Berni Chronicon Eugubinum, 

1450-72. 
Anon. Diaria NeapoHt. 1266-1478. 
lo. Garzonius de Dignit. Urbis Bo- 

nonise. 
Fr. Ad. de Montaldo de Laudibus 

famil. de Auria. 
Pet. Cyrnaeus de Bello Ferrariensi, 

1482-84. 
Vol. 22. Tristani Caraccioli Opuscula 

Historica. 
Anon. Annales Forolivienses, 1275- 

1473. 
Diarium Parmense, 1477-82. 
Marini Sanuti Vitae Ducum Vene- 

torum, 421-1493. 
Vol. 23. Ant. Hyvani Comment, de Bello 

Volaterrano, 1472. 
Leod. Cribelli de Exped. Pap. Pii II. 

in Turcas. 
Jac. Volaterrani Diarium Eomanum, 

1472-84. 
Augustini Sen. Descrip. Adventus 

Friderici III. Imp. 
De Eaimo Annales Neapolitanae, 

1197-1486. 
Ant. Galli Opuscula de Eebus Populi 

Genuensis. 
Ben. de S. Georg. Historia Montis- 

ferrati, ad 1490. 
Alleg. de Allegrettis, Ephemerides 

Senenses, 1450-90. 
Fr. H. de Bursellis, Annales Bono- 

nienses, 1418-97. 
A. Naugerii Historia Veneta, ad 

1498. 
Vol. 24. Marini Sanuti De Bello Gallico 

Comment. 1494-1500. 



Vol. 24. Diarium Ferrariense, 1404- 
1502. 

Pet. Cyrnaeus de Eebus Corsicis, ad 
1506. 

Barl. SenaregSB Comment, de Eebus 
Genuensibus, 1488-1514. 

Appendix 12 Opusculorum. 
Vol. 25. Porcelli Comment, rer. gest. a 
Jac. Picinino, 1453. 

Geo. Merulfe Hist. Mediolan. De- 
case 2da. 

Vespasiani Vitfe Eugenii IV. et 
Nicolai V. Pont. Eom. 

L. B. Alberti Comment, de Conju- 
ratione Porcaria. 

Fr. Ant. de Augustinis Hist. Obsi- 
dionis Plumbini, 1448. 

Orationes Tres de Ducibus Mediol. 

E. della Manna, Victoria Cremon- 
ensium, 1431. 

L. Gripliii Poema de Conflictu 
Brachii Perusini. 

Hier. Tartarottus de Auctoribus 
Historiae Venetae Catalogi et In- 
dices. 

SUPPLEMENTUM TaETINI, 2 vol. : — 

Vol. 1. Excerpta ex Hist. Sozomeni 

Pistor, ab a. 1001-1294. 
Excerpta ex M. Palmerii Libro de 

Temporibus ab 1294-1448. 
M. Palmerii Opus de Temporibus 

suis, 1449-1582. 
S. Gregorii Papae Epistolae His- 

toricffi. 
Bern. Marangone, Clironiche della 

Citta de Pisa. 
Fragmenta Fulginatis Historiae, ab 

1198-1440. 
Jac. Gori, Istoria della citt^ di 

Chiusi dair 936 al 1565. 
Vol. 2. Chronica de Paolino di Piero, 

Florent. 1080-1409. 
Chronica di Piero di Giovanni Miner- 

betti, 1385-1409. 
Manni, Comment, della Vita del 

Capitano G. Aguto, Inglese, etc. 
Eob. Ursi Obsidio Tiphernatum, 

1474. 
Eicordi di Firenze, del 1590. 
Bern. Oricellarius de Urbe Eoma. 



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1783-89 
5. Lombardi, La Cineceide Arra- 
gliata. 



Vol 



/I. Sgruttendio, La Tiorba e Tac- 
cone. 
2. Cortese, Opere — II Micco Pas- 
saro. 

Vol / ^' ^^^*®^® (^- ^0 ^^ Vajasseide. 
'14. La Eosa ; CiuUo e Perna. 



Vol. 

Vol. 
Vol. 



16, 



7. B. Valentino, La Fuorfece. 
8-11. Stigliola, Eneide de Virgilio. 
12. Basile, II Pastor Fido di 
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Naples — continued. 

Vol. 13, 14. Fasaaio, La Gerusalemme 
Liberata di Tasso. 
''15. Capasso, Poesie Varie. 

16. Parruccio, L' Agnano Zeffo- 
narato. 

Santillo, La Sporche de lo 
Bbere. 

17. Pagano, La Bbinte Rotola de 
lo Yalanzone : Batraco- 
miomachia. 

18. Mortella d' Orzolone. 
La Fenizia, Chell, Tragecom. 

T. Valentino, La Mezzacanna ; 



Vol.<; 



L 
Vol. 
Vol. 19 



Cecala Napolitana ; Napole scon- 

trafatto. 
Vol. 20, 21. G. Basile, II Pentamerone 

Le Muse NapoHtane. 
Vol. 22. La Violejeda, etc., Soniette. 
Pamiiero, Composezejune Pove- 

teche. 
Possilecbeata de Masillo Eeppone. 
Vol. 23. G. d' Antonio, Opere. 
Vol. 24, 25. Opere inedite di vari Autori. 
Vol. 26, 27. Vocabolario Napoletano- 

Toscano. 
Vol. 28. Galiani, Dialetto Napoletano. 



Navabeete : — Coleccion de Documentos ineditos para la Historia de Espajaa, por De 
Pidal y Miraflores j D. Miguel Salva, with continuation by the Marquis F. S. delle 
Valle and D. Jose Sancho Reyon, vol. 1-81, 8yo Madrid, 1842-83 



Vol. 1. Documentos relativos A Heman 

Cortes (1522-30). 
Sobre el desafio del Emp. Carlos V. 

con Francisco I. 
Cartas que escribieron al arzobispo 

de Toledo el Carlos V., la Em- 

peratriz y D. Fernando Eey de 

Romanos. 
Conquista de Timez y la Goleta por 

Carlos V. en 1535. 
Tractos que movio Carlos V. con 

Barbaroja. 
Expedicion de Argel. 
Documentos relativos d Joan Sebas- 
tian del Cano. 
Comunidades de Castilla. 
Cartas escritas a Felipe 11. por F. 

Hernandez. 
Relacion del descubrimiento y de la 

conquista de Nueya Espaiia. 
Vol. 2. Proceso original que la Inquisi- 

sion de Yalladohd hizo al maestro 

F. Sanchez de las Brozas. 
Cartas de Juan Andrea Doria a 

Felipe II. 
Documentos relativos a los hijos de 

Francisco I. ; y a Heman Cortes. 
Correspondencia entre Fernando I. 

y Fehpe 11. 
Vol. 3. Correspondencia entre Don 

Garcia de Toledo y Don Juan de 

Austria (1571-77). 
Documentos sobre la armada de la 

hga y batalla de Lepanto. 
Vol. 4. Documentos relativos a Heman 

Cortes. 
Negocios de los Paises Bajos. 
Vol. 5. Traslado de la requisitoria y 

auctos y confisiones de Montigni. 
Copia de varias cartas de S. Tomas 

de Vnianueva. 
Cartas a FeHpe HI. del embajador 

de Espaua en Francia. 
Eelacion de los descubrimientos de 

F. Pizarro yD.de Almagro. 



Vol. 



Car- 



Vol. 

Vol. 



n. 



5. Vida de D. Fr. Bartolome 
ranza de Miranda. 

6. Correspondencia de Felipe 
con varias personas. 

7. Memorias de Fray Juan de San 
Geronimo. 

Carta sobre el asalto y saco de Roma, 

1527. 
Documentos sobre las causas que 

dieron motive a la prision de D. 

Fabrique. 
Instruccion al obispo de Tuy, y el 

abad de Sahagun y al Dr. Juan 

Arias. 
Vol. 8. Cronica de Felipe L, escrita por 

Don L. de Padilla. 
Cartas de Felipe I. 
Cedula y Capitulacion firmada de 

los Reyes Catohcos sobre el 

rescate de los Moros y Moras 

naturales de Malaga. 
Nuevos documentos sobre las causas 

que dieron motivo a la prision de 

D. Fabrique. 

9. Noticia de los Espaiioles que 
asistieron al Concilio de Trento. 

Documentos relativos al Conciho de 
Trento. 

Batalla de Pavia y prision de Fran- 
cisco I. 

BataUa de San Quintin. 

Sumario de algunos sucesos del 
reinado de Carlos V. 

10. Proceso original que la Inqui- 
sicion de ValladoHd hizo al maes- 
tro Fr. Luis de Leon. 

Vol. 11. Contiuuacion del Proceso de Fr. 

Luis de Leon. 
Relacion de los Sucesos de la 

Armada de la Santa Liga, y de 

la Batalla de Lepanto (1571- 

74). 
Documentos relativos a los Reyes 

Catohcos en la epoca de sus Con- 

quistas en Andalucia. 



Vol. 



Vol. 



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Navaebete : — Coleccion — continued. 

Vol. 12. Documentos relatives a Antonio 

Perez. 
Vol. 13. Cbronicon de Valladolid. 

Correspondencia de Andres Marcos 

Burriel con varias personas. 
Aventuras de Antonio Perez. 
Documentos sobre heclios militares 

de D. Juan de Austria. 
Carta que segun una nota se ballaba 

en el arcbivio de Indias. 
Noticias sobre la segunda expedicion 

A Napoles por D. Alonso V., 

1432. 
Sucesos de las Armadias asi espa- 

iiolas como turquescas. 
Vol. 14. Correspondencia del Cardinal 

de Osma con Carlos V. y con su 

secretario. 
Documentos rel. al gobierno de estos 

reinos. 
Peticiones becbas al Key D. Enrique 

IV. 
Cartas del Conde de Nieva. 
Documentos rel. a los Eeyes Cat6- 

licos sobre sucesos y negocios en 

Andalucia. 
Discurso de la Jornada que se ba 

becbo con las galeras que adelante 

se expresan en 1564. 
Vol. 15. Examen de los Viages y Des- 

cubrimientos Apocrifos de L. F. 

Maldonado, J. de Fuca y de Bar- 

tolome de Fonte, por M. F. de 

Navarrete. 
Ordenzas de Felipe II. para los 

Torcedores de Seda de Toledo. 
Extractos de los Documentos sobre 

Antonio Perez. 
Vol. 16. Vida de Garcilasso de la Vega. 
Noticias para la vida de D. Her- 
nando Colon y la vida de D. 

Bartolome Colon. 
Vol. 17. Cortes de Madrid celebradas 

por el Eey Carlos IV. 
Eelacion de la antigiiedad y sitio de 

Medina del Campo. 
Vol. 18. Coleccion Diplomatica, 1609. 
D. Andres Piquer, Discurso sobre la 

Enfermedad de Fernando VI. 
Galindez Carbajal (Lorenzo) Ana- 

les breves del reinado de los Eeyes 

Fernando y Isabel. 
D. Andres Piquer, Adiciones Genea- 

logicas d los claros varones de 

Castilla, de Fernan Perez de 

Guzman. 
Daza Cbacon (D.) Eelacion de la 

berida de cabeza de D. Carlos. 
Herrera (C.) Carta Apolog6tica. 
Vol. 19. Vida literaria de D. Pedro 
-aoo . Lopez de Ayala, por D. Eafaelde 

Floranes. 



Vol. 20. Continuacion de la vida de 

Lopez de Ayala. 
Vida y Obras de Lorenzo Galindez 

Carvajal, por Floranes. 
Apuntamientos sobre Bebetrias, por 

Floranes. 
Notas manuscritas, por el mayor 

parte geneal6gicas. 
Vol. 21. Memoria sobre la Longitud. 
Herrera (F. de) Eelacion de la 

Guerra de Cipre y de la Batalla 

de Lepanto. 
Noticia de Viage literario & las igle- 

sias de Espana. 
Instruccion que de orden del Eey 

di6 el virey de Mejico a su 

sucesor. 
Vol. 22. Clave de la Espana Sagrada 

por P. Saniz de Baranda. 
Wolf (F.) La Danza de los Muertos. 
Vol. 23. Eaneo (Jose) Libro donde se 

trata de los Vireyes Lugarte- 

nientes del reino de Napoles. 
Vol. 24. Baeza (G. de) Vida de Don 

Hugo de Moncada. 
Correspondencia de Hugo de Mon- 

cado con Carlos V. 
Copia de Testamento del princ. D. 

Carlos. 
Dos Cartas del Cardenal Granvela. 
Vol. 25. Heros (Martin de los) Historia 

del Conde Pedro Navarro. 
Vol. 26. Conclusion de la Historia del 

Conde P. Navarro. 
Zuiiiga (A. de) Carta d Felipe 11. 
Toledo (D. F. de) Memorial sobre 

el estado del Peru. 
Euiz Navarro (P. Fr. P.) Eelacion 

de los becbos de los Espaiioles 

en el Peru. 
Eelacion, apuntamientos y avisos. 
Carta de D. A. de Mendoza & su 

Magestad. 
Carta de P. de Santander a S. M. 
Documentos relatives al Principe 

Don Carlos. 
Vol. 27. Continuacion de los documentos 

rel. d D. Carlos. 
Correspondencia de Felipe II. con 

el duque de Medina Sidonia. 
Documentos rel. d, la conquista del 

Penon. 
Vol. 28. Correspondencia de Felipe II. 

con Juan de Austria. 
Cartas de Juan de Austria (1570- 

76). 
Advertencias que el duque de Medi- 

nacelli dej6 aD. Garcia de Toledo 

sobre el gobierno de Sicilia. 
Documentos rel. li Alonso de Guz- 
man. 
Correspondencia de Felipe XI. sobre 



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Navabbete : — Coleccion — continued. 

el Casamiento de D. Sebastian, 

Key de Portugal, con dona Isabel. 
Vol. 29-31. Correspondencia de Felipe 

n. con D. Garcia de Toledo. 
Documentos rel. a D. Sancho 

Davilla. 
Vol. 82-34. Correspondencia del duque 

de Alba con Felipe II. sobre la 

Conquista de Portugal. 
Vol. 35. Conclusion de la Correspon- 
dencia del duque de Alba. 
De la translacion del cuerpo del 

duque de Alba. 
Convenios sobre los enterramientos 

de los duques de Alba. 
Merced hecha por Enrique IV. a 

D. liiigo de Mendoza. 
Documentos rel. al nombramiento 

de gobemador j capitan general 

de los Paises Bajos de Juan de la 

Cerda. 
Yol. 36. Continuacion de los documen. 

rel. a Juan de la Cerda. 
Docum. rel. a la toma y saco de 

Cadiz por los Ingleses. 
Carta que envio el marques de Cadiz 

al Card, de Spaiia. 
Memorial de A. Perez. 
Inventario de la plata empeuada 

por el Key en el monasterio de 

Montamarta. 
Documentos sobre la ocupacion de 

Melilla. 
Conquista de Cazaza. 
Presupuesto de ingresos y gastos de 

1609. 
Instruccion dada al Conde P. Na- 
varro. 
Vol. 37-38. Documentos rel. a los 

Paises Bajos. 
Historia de la Guerra de Lombar- 

dia, Batalla de Pa via, y Prision 

de Francisco I. 
Vol. 39. Pedro de Medina, Cronica de 

los duques de Medina Sidonia. 
Documentos rel. a P. Martir al 

Piey CatoHco (1504-1512). 
Correspondencia de Felipe II. con 

D. Juan de Austria, sobre a la 

expedicion de D. Sebastian al 

Africa. 
Yol. 40. Correspondencia de D, Juan 

de Silva con Felipe II. 
Cartas del Eey D. Sebastian y D. 

Cristobal de Mora, tocantes a la 

expedicion de Africa. 
Docum. rel. a la conquista de Por- 
tugal por Felipe II. 
Docum. rel. a Enrique IV. de 

Castilla. 
Docum. rel. a los reinos de Navarra, 

Castnia y Aragon (1500). 



I Vol. 41. Documentos relativos A los 
I reinos de Navarra, Castilla y 

Aragon (1500). 

Correspondencia del doctor Arias 
Montano con Felipe 11. 

Cartas del almirante de Aragon don 
F. de Mendoza al archiduque 
Alberto relativos a la guerra de 
Flandes (1596-1602). 
Vol. 42. Cartas del almirante de Aragon 
don F. de Mendoza al archiduque 
Alberto relativas a la guerra de 
Flandres (1596-1602). 

Documentos relativos al archi- 
duque Alberto de Austria (1598- 
1621). 

Cartas del archiduque Alberto a Don 
F. Gomez de Sandoval y Kojas 
(1598-1611). 
Vol. 43. Cartas de don Juan de Silva, 
conde de Portalegre, a FeHpe 11. 
y Felipe ELI. (1579-1601). 

Continuacion de las cartas del Archi- 
duque Alberto a don Francisco 
Gomez de Sandoval y Kojas,duque 
de Lerma (1598-1611). 

Documentos relativos a la Venida 
de franceses a Perpinan y Navarra 
(1542). 

Eelacion del viaje que ha hecho 
desde el puerto de la Coruna la 
armada real, &c., &c. 
Vols. 44-47. Documentos relativos A don 
Pedro Giron, tercer duque de 
Osuna. 

Documentos relativos a Gonzalo de 
Ay or a. 
Yol. 48. Descripcion, &c., del Eeino de 

Chile, &c., &c. 
Vols. 49-50. Documentos rel. al Pedro 
Gasca sobre la comision que le 
dio Carlos 5° en 1545 para ir a 
pacificar el Peru, sublevado por 
Gonzalo Pizarro y los suyos. 

Cartas de Juan de Escobedo, secre- 
tario de don .Juan de Austria, a 
Fehpe II. sobre asuntos de 
Flandes. 

Cartas de Felipe II. al Escipion 
Antolinez desde Sept. de 1579 
hasta Nov. 1586 sobre provision 
de bizcocho y otras cosas para el 
ejercito que debia entrar en Por- 
tugal con el D. de Alba. 
Vol. 51. Consultas hechas por Andres de 
Eraso a Fehpe 11. sobre acuerdos 
de Consejo de Indias, etc. 

Correspondencia de don Alonso de 
Curiel con Felipe II., Don Juan 
de Austria. 

Documentos rel. a los reyes Cato- 
licos sobre sucesos y negocios en 



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Navakeete : — Coleccion — contimced. 

Andalucia despues de la conquista 
de Granada. 

Vol. 62. Correspondencia de don Gero- 
nimo de Silva con Felipe III., 
don Juan de Silva, el rey de 
Tidore, etc. (1612-1617). 

Vol. 63. Eelacion de las cerimonias y 
ritos, poblacion y gobierno de 
los indios de Mechuacan, etc. 

Vol. 54-55. Correspondencia de don 
Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba 
con el Conde de Nassau, etc. 
(1622). 
Valencia (Juan de) Eelacion sobre 
la Jornada al Brasil, heclia en 
1625, etc. 

Vol. 56. Documentos rel, d, dona Ana de 
Mendoza y de la Cerda, Princesa 
de Eboli. 

Vol. 67, 58. Eelacion de las Cosas que 
sucedieron al Padre Fray Alonso 
Ponce en las Provincias de la 
Nueva Espana. 

Vol. 59. Eelacion y Comentario de los 
Succesos de las Armas de S. M. 
mandadas por el Senor D. Fer- 
nando, Infante d'Espafia, Lugar- 
thiniente, Gouernador y Capitan- 
General de Estados de los Flandes 
y de Borgona, d'esta Campaiia 
1636. 

Vol. 60. Memorias de Matias de Novoa 
conocidas hasta aliora bajo el 
titulo de ' Historia de Felipe III.' 
por Bernabe de Vibanco. 

Vol. 61. Continuacion de las Memorias 
de Matias de Novoa. Indice 
Alfabetico de los 61 Tomos que 
van publicados de esta Coleccion. 

Vol. 62-66. Las Casas (Fr. Bartolome 
de) Historia de las Indias. 

Vol. 67. Menor edad de Carlos II. 

Vol. 68, 76. Guerras civiles del Peru, por 
Pedro de Cieza de Leon. 

Vol. 69, 77, 80. Historia de Felipe IV. 
Eey de Espana. 

Vol. 70. Vida del Padre Fray Barto- 



lom6 de Las Casas, Obispo de 

Cliiapa. 
Vol. 71. Breuissima relacion de la de- 

struycion de las Indias, coleg. por 

el Obispo D. F. B. de Las Casas, 

ano 1552. 
Viaje d Inglaterra del condestable 

de Castilla, Don Juan Fernandez 

de Velasco, en 1603. 
Eelacion de la vida del Capitan 

Domingo de Toral y Valdes, 

escrita por el mismo. 
Vol. 72, 73, 79. Los sucesos de Flandes 

y Francia del tiempo de Alejandro 

Farnese, por el Capitan Alonzo 

Vazquez, y Indice. 
Vol. 75. Correspondencia de varios 

capitanos y soldanos. 
Vol. 78. Historia General de las islas 

Uamadas Philipinas, por el 

Padre Fray Eodrigo de Agandura 

Moriz. 
Vol. 79, El mismo. 

Eelacion de las sucesos de las armas 

de Espana en Italia, 1511-12^ 

con la Jornada de Eavena. 
Cartas del Duque de Montalto a 

Don Pedro Eonquillo, Embajador 

de S. M. C. en Inglaterra, 1685- 

1688. 
Armeria del Duque del Infantado 

en Guadalajara. 
Vol. 81. Privilegio concedido a la ciudad 

de Audequera. 
Informacion contra Pero Sarmiento^ 

por lo que dijo contra la Eeina 

Cat61ica. 
C^dula del Enip. Carlos V. cone. un. 

escudo de armas. 
Indice de las escrituras reales que 

estan en el Archivio de Siman- 

cas. 
Noticias de ' La Invencible.' 
Cartas dirigas al Duque de Medina- 

Sidonia, 1607. 
Eelacion de las intelligencias se- 

cretas de Espana. 



Newton (Sir Isaac), Opera quae extant omnia, Commentariis illustrabat, S. Horsleyv 
6 vol. 4to Loncl. 1779-85 



Vol. 1. Arithmetica Universalis. 

Tractatus de Eationibus primis ulti- 

misque. 
Analysis per ^Equationes numero 

terminorum infinitas. 
Exceri)ta ex Epistolis ad Series 

Fluxionesque pertinentia. 
De Quadratura Curvarum. 
Geometria Analytica. 
Metbodus Differentialis. 
Enumeratio Linearum tertii. 



Vol. 1. Editoris Logistica infinitorum 

et Geometria Fluxionum. 
Vol. 2, 3. Philosophia Naturalis. 

Principia Matliematica. 
Vol. 4. Optics. 

Letters on various subjects in 
Natural Philosophy. 

Letter to Boyle on Gravitation. 

Tabulffi Calorum et Eefractorum. 

De Problematibus Bernouillianis. 

Propositions for determining the 



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Newton (Sir Isaac) — continued. 

Motion of a Body urged by Two Vol, 
Central Forces, 
Vol. 4. Five Letters to Bentley. 
Commercium Epistolicum. 
Vol. 5. Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms 
amended. 

Nichols (J.), Bibliotheca Topograpliica Britannica, vols. 1 to 7, 4to 1780-90 



5. Short Chronicle, etc. 
Observations on the Prophecies o 

Holy Writ. 
Historical Accoxmt of two Notable 

Corruptions of Scripture. 



Vol. 1. History and Antiquities in Kent 
and Sussex, 

Tunstall, by E, E. Mores. 

Aylesford, by John Thorpe. 

Reculver and Heme, by Rev. John 
Duncombe. 

Mayfield Archiepiscopal Palace (Sus- 
sex), by Mr. Denne. 

History and Antiquities of the three 
Archiepiscopal Hospitals at and 
near Canterbury, St, Nicholas's 
Harbledown, St. John's North- 
gate, St. Thomas's Eastbridge, 
with Accounts of the Priory of 
St. Gregory, the Nunnery of St. 
Sepulchre, the Hospitals of St. 
James and St. Lawrence, and 
Maynard's Spittle, by Rev. John 
Dimcombe and Rev. Nicholas 
Battely. 

St. Radigund's or Bradsole Abbey, 
near Dover. 

Tradesmen's Tokens issued in the 
Kent Cinque Ports. 

Canterbury Moat. 

Sketch of Hawkhurst Church. 

Essex's Letter on Canterbury Ca- 
thedral, 

Douglas, on the Urbs Rutupiae of 
Ptolemy, 

Memoirs of William Lambert, Law- 
yer and Antiquar}'. 

Douglas on Brass Instruments caUed 
Celts and other ancient arms. 

Pegge's Account of the Textus Rof- 
fensis and Memoirs of W, Elstob 
and his sister, and of Mr, John- 
son, Vicar of Cranbrooke, 
Vol. 2. Antiquities of Middlesex and 
Surrey. 

Hospital and Collegiate Church of 
St. Katherine (London). 

Antiquities, etc., of Stoke Newing- 
ton. 

Nichols's Account of Canonbury 
House at Islington, 

Ducarel's Accoimt of Lambeth Pa- 
lace, 

Nichols's Account of Lambeth 

Parish, 
Ducarel's Account of Croydon 

(Surrey). 
Account of Sutton Palace, near 
Guildford. 



Vol. 3. Gale (R. and S.) ReKquiae Ga- 
leanaB. 

Correspondence of Contemporary 
Antiquaries with R. Gale. 

Gough (Rich.) Croyland Abbey 
(Lincolnshire). 

Essex's Observations on Croyland 
Bridge. 

Second Appendix to History of 
Croyland. 
Vol. 4. Antiquities in Bedfordshire, 
Berkshire, Derbyshire, North- 
amptonshire, Staffordshire, and 
Warwickshire, 

Account of Parish of Great Cox- 
weU (Berks), 

Collections towards a Parochial 
History of Berkshire, 

Collections towards the History and 
Antiquities of Bedfordshire, 

St, John Cooper's Account of the 
Parishes of Wimmington and 
Odell (Bedfordshire), 

Account of Fotheringay (Northamp- 
tonshire), 

Extracts from Black Book of War- 
wick, with Pegge's Life of Guy 
Earl of Warwick, and Sir T, 
More's Account of a Rehgious 
Frenzy at Coventry. 

Pegge's History, &c. of EccleshaR 
Manor and Castle, and of Lich- 
field House (London). 

Pegge's History of Bolsover and 
Peak Castles (Derbyshire). 

Pegge's Account of the Roman 
Roads, Ikenild Street and Bath- 
way (Derbyshire). 
Vol. 5. Antiquities in Cambridgeshire, 
Suflfoli, Scotland, and Wales. 

History, etc., of Barnwell Abbey 
and Sturbridge Fair, 

CuUum's Account of Hawsted (Suf- 
folk), 

Accounts of Elmeswell and Campsey 
Ash (Suffolk), 

Orem's Chanonry in Old Aber- 
deen, 

Martin's Account of St. Rule's 
Chapel in the Monastery of St. 
Andrew's (Scotland). 
Buchan (Earl of) on the Roman 
Army during Agricola's sixth 
Campaign. 



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Nichols (J.) — continued. 

Vol. 5. Jameson's Account of the Koman 
Camps, Dykes, etc. 

Gifford's Account of the Zetland 
Islands. 

Price's Account of Holyhead (Angle- 
sea). 
Vol. 6. Antiquities Biographical and 
Miscellaneous. 

Sir John Hawkwood, Memoirs of. 

Sir S. d'Ewes, extracts from Jour- 
nal of. 

Gough (R.) Genealogical View of 
the Cromwell family, with pedi- 
grees. 

Sharpe (Abp.) on English Coinage. 

Hutchins, Eev. John, Life of. 



Vol. 6. Lewis's Suffragan Bishops in 

England. 
Pegge's Inscriptions on erecting 

Churches. 
Thorkelin's Fragments of English 

and Irish History in the 9th and 

10th century. 
Vol. 7. Nichols's History of Hinckley 

(Leicestershire) with the Hamlets 

of Stoke, Dadlington, Wykin, and 

the Hyde. 
History of Aston, Flamville, and 

Burbach, with the hamlets of 

Sketchley and Smockington, etc. 
Collections towards History, etc. of 

Town and County of Leicester. 



NovELLENSCHATZ, Deutscher, herausg. von P. Heyse und H. Kurz, 3 ser. 19 vol. p. 8vo, 

1870-74 



Vol. 1. Die neue Melusine. — Goethe. 
Die Verlobung auf St. Domingo. — 

H. von Kleist. 
Geschichte vom braven Kasperl und 

dem schonen Annerl. — Clemens 

Breyitano. 
Der tolle Invalide auf Fort Eaton- 

neau. — A. von Arnim. 
Das Fraulein von Scudery. — E. T. 

A. Hoffmann. 
Vol. 2. Die Gemalde.— L. Tiech. 

Der letzte Savello. — G. Fr. von 

Bumohr. 
Brigitta. — A. Stifter. 
Der Stern der Schonheit. — A. Wolf. 
Vol. 3. DesLebensUeberfluss. — L. Tiech. 
Die Gliicksritter. — /. von Eichen- 

dorff. 
Die katholische Miihle. — A. Wid- 

mann. 
Borneo und Julia auf dem Dorfe. — 

G. Keller. 
Vol. 4. Irrwisch-Fritze. — F. Berthold. 
Fantasieen im Bremer Rathskeller. 

—W.Hauff. _ 
Margret. — G. Kinkel. 
Mozart auf der Reise nach Prag. — 

E. Morike. 

Vol. 5. Ein Carnevalsfest auf Ischia. — 
A. Kopisch. 
Die Entscheidung bei Hochkirch. — 

F. Lohmann. 

Der Carneval und die Sonnambiile. 

— G. Immermann. 
Der arme Spielmann. — F. Grill- 

parzer. 
Vol. 6. Nordische Freundschaft. — L. 

Kruse. 
Eine fromme Liige. — L. von Gall. 
Der Miiller vom Hoft. — A. Meissner. 
Das Kind. — H. Grimm. 
Vol. 7. Der Notar in der Falle.— J. Gott- 

helf. 



Vol. 7. Die Geschichte des Diethelm von 
Buchenberg. — B. Auerbach. 
Johann Ohlerich. — A. Wilbrandt. 
Vol. 8. Die Engel-Ehe. — Spindler. 

Jorg Muckenhuber. — W. H. Biehl. 
Eine Verlorene. — Kompert. 
Vol. 9. Mammon im Gebirge. — M. Beich. 
Der Siegdes Schwachen. — M.Meyr. 
Eine Malerarbeit. — T. Storm. 
Vol. 10. Samuel Brink's letzte Liebes- 
geschichte. — Schreyvogel. 
Herr von Sacken. — W. Alexis. 
Es ist nicht gut, dass der Mensch 
allein sei. — B. Waltmilller [Dii- 
hoc). 
Vol. 11. Die drei Schwestem. — L. A. 
Kdhler. 
Der todte Gast. — Zschokke. 
Das Schloss im Gebirge. — M. Hart- 

mann. 
Der Drache. — F. Kiirnberger. 
Vol. 12. Kurt von Koppigen. — J. Gott- 
helf. 
's Muhme - Lieutenant - Saloppel. — 

K. von Holtei. 
Rolof der Rekrut. — E. Hoefer. 
Vol. 13. Am Malanger Fjord. — T.Mugge. 
Der graue John. — -F. von Heyden. 
Der Fliichtling. — A. Pichler. 
Vol. 14. Der Traumer. — A. Kopisch. 
Die Tante. — Fanny Lewald. 
Ansas und Grita. — E. Wichert. 
Vol. 15. Reiz und Liebe. — K. A. Varn- 
hagen von Ensc. 
Die Incantada. — F. Kugler. 
Der arme Josy. — F. Wallner. 
Die Schwester. — L. Schiicking. 
Vol. 16. Gemiith und Selbstsucht. — F. 
von W. 
Mohrenkranzel. — H. Schmid. 
Der Streithast. — F. von Dincklage. 
Die Schlangenkonigin. — 0. Bo- 
quette. 



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NovELLENSCHATZ — Continued. 

Vol. 17. Peter Schlemihl's wtmdersame 
Geschiclite. — A. von Chamisso. 
Musikalische Orthodoxie. — Johanna 

Kinkel. 
Der Weinhiiter von Meran. — P. 
Heyse. 
Vol. 18. Deborah.— TF. Miiller. 

Die beiden Tubus. — H. Kurz. 
Vol. 19. Die Diivecke. — Schefer. 
Der Enten-Piet. — Telsche. 
Hugideo. — Scheffel. 
Eeich zu Eeich und Ann zu Arm. — 
Glihner. 
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Vetter Isidor. — G-rosse. 
Das Gericlit im Walde. — Ludioig. 
Vol. 21. Die Marzipan — Life. — Halm. 
Germelshausen. — Gerstcicker. 



Vol. 21. Der Gebir^pfarrer. — Julius v. 
d. Traun. 
Auf Wiederselien. — Goldammer. 
Eine Hocbzeitsnacht. — Goldammer, 
Das letzte Eecht.— TT. Baahe. 
Vol. 22. Eure Wege sind nicht meine 
Wege.— TFiW. 
Eine Nacht. — E. Andolt. 
Vol. 23. Das erfiillteVersprecben. — Frey. 
Zwei Nacbte. — Hackldnder. 
Streit in der Liebe und Liebe im 

Streit. — Wildermu th. 
Der Saugling. — Homer. 
Vol. 24. Ein adeliges Fraulein. — Lorm. 
Die Indenbuche. — A. Freiin v. 

D ros te -Hil Is hoff. 
Saat und Emte. — Ziegler. 
Don Juan von Kolomea. 



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Oefelius (A. F.), Eerum Boicarum Scriptores, nusquam antehac editi, quibus "vicinarum 
quoque gentium necnon Germaniae universae Historiae, etc., plurimum illustrantur, 
2 vol. folio Aiig. Vind. 1763 



Vol. 1. Andreaa Eatisponensis Diarium 
Sexennale, 1-422-1427 ; Chroni- 
con Episcoporum Eatisponensium 
ab origine ad a. C. 1428. 

Anonymi Cbronicon de Ducibus Ba- 
variffi ; Breve Cbronicon BojoarisB 
ab a. C. 732 ad a. 1062; Breve 
Chronicon Bavarise, 1487-1506. 

Ottonis (Prioris Waldsass.) Chro- 
nicon Waldsassense ; Descriptio 
Exterminii Monasterii sui sub 
bello Bavarico majore. 

A. Eumpleri (Abbat. Formbacensis) 
de Gestis in Bavaria Libri VI. 
ab exc. Georgii Divitis, Bav, inf. 
Ducis ad a. 1506; Calamitatum 
Bavariae Liber. 

L. Hocbwarti Catal. Episcop. Eatis- 
ponensium. 

Excerpta Boica ex B. Zenggii Chro- 
-f ,r. nico Augustano anecdoto, 1369- 
1469. 

J. E. de Wildenberg, Chronicon 
Bavariae ab orig. gentis ad tem- 
pora usque Gul. et Emesti Ducum 
fratrum deductum. 

Geo. Schamdocher, Breve Chron. 
quorundam sub Friderico HI. 
Aug. 1440-1479 gestarum. 

Anonvmi Chronicon Noribergense, 
etc.', 1361-1476. 

Hart. Schedelii Breve Chronicon 
Noribergense, 1316-1499. 

Bertoldi (Abbat. S. Crucis Werdani) 
EQstoria quomodo portio vivificae 
Crucis Werdeam pervenerit. 



Vol. 1. Anonymi Atakensis Breve Chroni- 
con Bavariae, 514-998. 
Breve Chron. Monasticum Bavariae, 

967-1242. 
Breve Chron. Bavariae, 1156-1368. 
Colmanni (Mon. (Egid.) BQst. de 

ortu Monasterii S. ^gidii Nori- 

bergensis per Scotos, eorumque 

reformatione et fine. 
H. Schedelii Chronicon Monasterii 

S. ^gidii Noribergae, etc. 
Adal. Onsorgii Chronicon Bavariae 

a temp. Phocae Imp. ad a. C. 

1422, etc. 
Excerpta Boica ex ejusdem Cata- 

logo Pontificum Eomanorum. 
H. Schledelii Opusc. histor. de 

ortu ac progressu Conventus 

Fratnmi ordinis Pradicatorum 

Noribergae. 
Chronicon Schlierseense, conscript. 

a. 1378. 
Jo. Liebii Bamberg. Miscellanea 

Schherseensia. 
Anonymi Chronicon Bavaricum, 

1252-1518. 
H. Schedelii Hist, rerum Memora- 

bihum, 1439-60 gest. 
Monumenta Eeichenbacensia : — 

1. Anonymi Chronicon Eeicl^en- 
bacense ab ortu Monast. 1188 
ad a. 1417. 

2. Acta electionis Lazari Ab- 
batis. 

3. Excerpta Diplomatica Eeich- 
enbacensia. 



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Oefelius (A. F.) — continued. 

Vol. 1. Jo. Staindelii Chronicon Generale 
ab 0. C. ad a. 1508. 

Fr. Christ. Hofmanni HistoriaEpisc. 
Eatisponensium, necnon Abba- 
tum Monast. S. Emmerami. 

Jac. Parfuessi Chronicon Ensdorff- 
ense, 1121-1480. 

Nic. Burgmanni (Spirensis De- 
cani) HistoriaB Impp. et Eegum 
Eomanorum Spirre Sepultorum, a 
Carolo Mag. ad Carolum IV. 

Anonymi Bavari Breve Chron. 
rerum suo tempore gest., 1396- 
1480. 

Breve Chron. Bojoariaa et Suevi®, 
906-1280. 

Chronicon Augustanum, 1256-1467. 

Jo. Gairii Brevis Historia annorum 
1392-93. 

ChronicaB vet. Garstensis Fragmen- 
tum. 

Vita S. Hiltegundis Virginis. 

Monumenta Tergernseensia : — 

1. Fragmenta bina Chronici Te- 
gernseensis. 

2. Excerpta ex Necrologio Te- 
gernseensi. 

Breve Chronicon Scheftlariense, 
1140-1562. 

Spicilegiuni Lectionum Variarum 
in Hermanni Contracti et Ber- 
noldi Constantiensis, continua- 
toris ejus, Chronica, etc. 

Breve Chronicon Bavari®, 1156- 
1410. 

Hermanni (Altahse infer, ord. S. 
Bened. Abbatis) Annales, 1152- 
1273. 

Henrici (Praepos. (Ettingensis) Chro- 
nicon Bavariae, 1273-1313. 

Anonymi Breve Chronicon Eatis- 
ponense, 471-1343. 

Jo. Aventini Narratiuncula de Urbe 
Bathavina, et Excerpta diplo- 
matica Passaviensia. 

Leges Portoriffi Bojorum, etc. 

Antiquitates Diplomaticse Altahen- 
ses et Osterhovenses. 

Breve Chronicon Austriae, 1075- 
1149. 

Monumenta quaedam Diplomatica 
Ludovici IV. Bavari. 

Jo. Aventini Catalogus Episcopo- 
rum Chiemensium ; Excerpta ex 
anonymi cuj. pervetusti Historia 

» de origine Ecclesiae Salisburgen- 
sis ; Excerpta ex Alberti Bohemi 
Archidiac. Bathavini contra Fri- 
dericum II. Actis et Commen- 
tariis. 

Index rerum personarum, locorum, 
in tomo i. 



Vol. 2. Monumenta Eberspergensia : — 

1. Anonymi Chronicon Ebersper- 
gense antiquius, 900-1045. 

2. Anon. Chron. Ebersp. pos- 
terius. 

3. Necrologiimi antiquiss. ejusdem 
Monasterii. 

4. Codex traditionum Ebersperg. 
228 diplomata complect. 

5. Libellus Concambiorum Mo- 
nasterii Ebersperg, 

Anonymi (Mon. Tegurini) Historia 
S. Quirini Eegis et Martyris cum 
fundatione Monasterii in Tegem- 
see et successione abbatum. 

Diplomatarium Tegurinum. 

Specimen Diplomatarii Bojoarici. 

Adversaria Boica Historico-Genea- 
logica. 

Anonymi (Mon. Bavari) Compilatio 
Chronologica Eerum Boicarum, 
1000-1388. 

And. Zaynari Liber Memorialis 
rerum Bello Bavarico gestarum a 
morte Georgii Divitis ad laudum 
Coloniense, 

Ephemerides Belli Palatino-Boici. 

Anonymi (Ingolstad.) Ejusdem Belli 
Brevis Narratio ; Anonymi (Ea- 
tespon.) Farrago historica rerum 
Eatisponensium, 508-1519. 

Volcmari (Abbat. Campi Princ.) 
Chronica de gestis principum a 
temp. Eudolphi regis usque ad 
temp. Ludovici Imper. 

Anonymi (Fiirstenfeld.) Breve Chro- 
nicon Bavariae. 

Lad. Sunthemii (Eavenspurg.) Fa- 
miliae Germaniae Principum illus- 
tratae. 

1. Familia Ducum Bavariae, ex 
Comitibus de Schewrn. 

2. Familia Palatinorum comitum 
Eheni Ducum Bavariae, ex 
Comitibus Schewrn et Wittels- 
pach orta. 

3. Familia Marchionum Veronen- 
sium, nunc de Baden dicto- 
rum. 

4. Collectanea Histor. Genealog. 
Geographica Eerum Baden- 
sium. 

5. Marchionatus Badensis De- 
scriptio. 

6. Familia comitum de Wirtem- 
berg, nunc Ducum. 

7. Genealogia Wirtemburgica La- 
tine conscripta. 

8. Provinciae Wirtembergensis De- 
scriptio. 

9. Monasteriologia Franconiae. 
10. Historia S. Hildegundis. 



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Oefelius (A. F.) — continued. 

Vol. 2. Lad. Srmtheinii — continued. 

11. Familia antiquomm Burgra- 
\-iormn Xumbergensium. 

12. Arbor et Familia modemorum 
Burgrav. Numbergensium. 

13. De origine Domus Branden- 
burgicae. 

14. Indiculus geographicus Rerum 
Brandenburg. 

15. Brevis Narratio de urbe 
Mogxmtinensi in turbis Isen- 
burgicis a Ludovico Nigro capta 
et direpta. 

16. Ejusdem Brandenburgica, 
Misnensia, Lusatica, et Merse- 
burgensia, Megapolitana, Sta- 
tinensia, Pomeranica, Thuring- 
iaca, Hassiaca, Boica, tarn 
Agilolfingica quam Carolina. 

Monumenta Diessensia :-^ 

1. Anonymi Catalogus Praeposi- 
torum Diessensiuni. 

2. Luitoldi Necrologium Dies- 
sense Seculi Xn. 

Oersted (Hans Clir.) Gesammelte Schriften 

Vol. 1, 2. Biograph. Skizze von Moller. 
Das Geistige in dem Korperlichen. 
Der Springbninnen. 
Ueber das Verhaltniss zwischen der 

Naturauffassung des Denkens und 

der Einbildungskraft. 
Aberglaube nnd Unglaube in ilirem 

Verhaltnisse zur Naturwissen- 

schaft. 
Das ganze Dasein ein Vemunftreich. 
Die Wissenscbaftspflege als Reli- 

gionsausiibung. 
Der allgemeinen Naturlehre Geist 

imd Wesen. 
Ueber die bildende Wirkung welche 

die Anwendung der Naturwissen- 

scbaft ausiiben muss. 
Zwei Eeden gebalten in Skandina- 

vischen Naturforscherversamm- 

lungen. 
Das Verhaltniss zwischen den 

Jungen imd Alten. 
Alte und neue Zeiten. 



Vol. 2. Monumenta Diess. — continued. 

3. Ejusdem Necrologium Dies- 
sense alteram. 

4. Codex Traditionum Diessen- 
siuni. 

5. Breve Chronicon Diessense, 
1151-1432 ; Anonymi Memo- 
ria Sepulcralis Comitum Dies- 
sensium. 

Viti (Prions Ebersperg.) Cronica 

Bavarorum ab origine gentis ad 

a. C. 1504. 
lo. Aventini Origines Ratisponenses, 

vernacule conscript®, 
lo. Vetteri Fasti consulares Civitatis 

Landeshutanae, 1439-1505. 
Bonizonis (Episc.) Liber ad Ami- 

cum, sive de Persecutione Ec- 

clesiae, libri ix. 
Rotulus Censualis Canoniae D. Sal- 

vatoris PoUinganaB, Ord. Canon. 

Reg. S. Augustini. Lidex Rerum, 

personarum, locorum, in tomo ii. 

, 6 vol. in 3, Ate Aufl. 12mo 1849-51 

Vol. 1, 2. Der Natiirsvissenschaft Ver- 
haltniss zu Zeitaltern und deren 
Philosophic. 

Das Christenthum und die Geistes- 
bildung unterstiitzen einander. 
Vol. 3, 4. Ueber die Griinde des Ver- 
gniigens, welches die Tone her- 
vorbringen. 

Die Naturwirkung des geordneten 
Lautausdrucks. 

Die Naturlehre des Schonen. 

Das Unschone in der Natur im Ver- 
haltniss zur Schonheitsharmonie 
des Ganzen. 

Betrachtungen iiber die Geschichte 
der Chemie. 

Christenthum und Astronomic. 

Charaktere und Reden. 
Vol. 5, 6. Der Weg von der Natur zu 
Gott. 

Gespriich iiber den Mysticismus. 

Ueber die Symmetric. 

Vermischte Schriften. 



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found under the names in italics. 

Al Ubi, The Kitab-i-yamini. 

Atkinson, Customs of Women in 
Persia. 

BialloblotzJcy, Chronicles of Rabbi 
Joseph. 

Bird, Poht. and Statist. Hist, of 
Gujerat. 

Callaway, Cingalese Poems. 

ChodzJco, Popular Poetry of Per- 
sia. 



Committee of the. — The titles -will be 

Colebrooh and Wilso7i, Sankhya 

Karika. 
Dabisthan, The, by Shea and 

Troyer. 
Dauis, Sorrows of Han. 

Fortunate Union. 

Darn, History of the Aifghans. 
Ebn Malek, Alfiyya, par De Sacy. 
EliscBus, History of Vartan. 
El Masudi, Historical Encyclopaedia. 



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Evliya Efendi, Travels, by Ham- 
mer. 

Fakir Jany Muhammad Assaad, 
Philosophy. 

Firdausi, Shah Nameh, by Atkin- 
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Forbes, Adventures of Hatim Tai. 

Frazer, History of the War in 
Bosnia. 

Garcin de Tassy, Litterature 
Hindou. 

A ventures de Kamrup. 

Gayangos, Mahommedan Dynasties 
of Spain. 

Gholam, Hist, of Mahommedan 
Power in Lidia. 

Hafiz Behviut-Khan, Life of. 

Haji Khalifeh, Maritime Wars of 
the Turks. 

Haji KhalfcB, Lexicon Encyclopse- 
dicum. 

Hariri, Makamat, by Preston. 

Harivansa, par Langlois. 

Hussein, Life of Hyder All. 

Ibn Battuta, Travels. 

Ihn Khallikan, Biogr. Dictionary. 

Jahangueir (Emp.) Memoirs of. 

Jalal Addin, Temple of Jerusalem. 

Jouher, Memoirs of Emperor Hu- 
mayun, 

Julian, Hoei-lan-ki, Cercle de Craie. 

Livre des Peines et Eecom- 

penses. 

Kalidasa, Eaghuvansa. 

Kumara Sambhava. 

Klaproth, Aper9U des Trois- 
Eoyaumes. 



Klaproth, Annales des Empereurs 
de Japon. 

Macarius, Travels, by Belfour. 

Mahommed Ben Musa, Algebra. 

Mahommed Khan, Hist, of Gujarat. 

Mahrizi, Sultans Mamlouks de 
I'Egypte. 

Marsden, Memoirs of a Malayan 
Family. 

Mirhhond, Early Kings of Persia. 

Miscellaneous translations. 

Mohammed Ali Hazin, Life of. 

Naima, Turldsh Annals. 

Nalopahhyanavi, Story of Nala. 

Nazami, Laili and Majnun. 

Neumann, Trans, from Chinese and 
Armenian. 

Oitseley, Persian Poets. 

Piatt, Ethiopic Didascalia. 

Bam Baz, Hindoo Architecture. 

Bosen, Eig-Veda-Sanhita. 

Boivlandson, First Settlement of 
the Mahommedans in Malabar. 

Tofht-ul-majahideen. 

Sadhak Isfahane, Geographical 
Works. 

Sangermano, Descr. of Burmese 
Empire. 

Sanhita of the Sama Veda, by Ste- 
venson. 

Stevenson, Kalpa Sutra, and Nava 
Tatka. 

Tahari, Chronique, 

Tattam, Apostolical Constitutions. 

Timur (the Emperor), Autobio- 
graphy of. 

Wilson, System of Hindoo Mytho- 
logy and Tradition. 



Oeigenes, Opera, Gr. et Lat., ed. C. et C. V. Delarue, 4 vol. fol Paris. 1733-59 



Vol. 1. Epistolae. 
Fragmenta. 

De Principiis, Eufino interprets. 
De Oratione. 
Contra Celsum. 
De recta in Deum fide. 
Philosophumena. 
Vol. 2. Selecta in Genesim. 
Homihae in Genesim. 
Selecta et Homilias in Exodum, 

Leviticum, Numeros, Deuteron., 

Jesum, Judices, Libr. Eegn., Job, 

et Psalmos. 
Anonymi Comment, in Job. vulgo 

Origeni tributus. 
Vol. 3. Fragmenta ex Libre de Prover- 

biis. 



Vol. 8. Li Canticum Canticorum ; in 
Isaiam Prophetam ; Homilite in 
Jeremiam et Threnos, in Ezechie- 
lem ; Fragmentum in Osee. 

Comment, in Matthseum ; Homihas 
in Lucam. 
Vol. 4. Comment, in Evangelium Johan- 
nis ; in Acta Apostolorum ; in 
Epist. Pauli ad Eomanos, etc. 

Pamphili Martyris Apologia pro 
Origene. 

Eufini Liber de Adulteratione Li- 
brorum Origenis. 

S. Gregorii Thauraaturgi Oratio in 
Origenem. 

Huetii Origeniana. 

G. Bulli Defensio Fidei Nicsenae. 



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Morphology and Histology of Stig- 

maria ficoides, by Prof. W. C. 

WiUiamson. 
Flora of the Eocene Formations, by 

J. S. Gardner and Baron Ettings- 

hausen, vol. 1, FOices. 
Flora of the Eocene Formations, by 

J. S. Gardner, vol. 2, Coniferae. 
Carboniferous and Permian Forami- 

nifera, by H. B. Brady. 
Tertiary Cretaceous, Oolitic, Devon- 
ian, and Silurian Corals, by H. 

Milne-Edwards and J. H. Haime. 
Polyzoa of the Crag, by G. Busk. 
Tertiary Echinodermata, by E. 

Forbes. 
Oohtic Echmodermata, by Dr. Th. 

Wright, vol. 1 (Echinoides). 
— ^— vol. 2 (Asteroidea). 
Cretaceous Echinodermata (Echi- 

noidea), by Dr. Th. Wright. 
Fossil Cirripedes, by C. Darwin. 
Fossil Merostomata, by Dr. H. 

"Woodward. 
Post-Tertiary Entomostraca, by G. 

S. Brady, H. W. Crosskey, and 

D. Eobertson. 
Tertiary Entomostraca, by T. Eupert 

Jones. 
Cretaceous Entomostraca, by T. 

Rupert Jones. 
Carboniferous Entomostraca, by T. 

Rupert Jones, J. W. Kirkby, and 

G. S. Brady. 
Fossil Estheriae, by T. Rupert Jones. 
Trilobitesofthe Cambrian, Silurian, 

and Devonian Formations, by J. 

W. Salter. 
Fossil Brachiopoda, vol. 1. Tertiary, 

Creta<;eous, Oohtic, and Liassic 

Brachiopoda, by T. Davidson. 
vol. 2. Permian and Carboni- 
ferous Brachiopoda. 
vol. 3. Devonian and Silurian 



Brachiopoda. 

— vol. 4, o. Supplements, by T. 
Davidson. 

vol. 6. Bibhography, by T. 



Davidson and Dalton. 
Fossil Trigoniae, by Dr. J. Lycett. 

Supplement, by the same. 

Mollusca of the Crag, by S. V. Wood. 

vol. 1. (Univalves). 

vol. 2. (Bivalves). 

Supplements to the Crag Mollusca, 

Nos. 1, 2, 3, by S. V. Wood. 
Eocene Mollusca, Cephalopoda, 

and Univalves, by F. E. Ed- 



wards, continued by S. V. Wood, 

vol. 1. 
Eocene Mollusca, Bivalves, by S. 

V. Wood, vol. 1. 
Supplement to vol. 1 of the Eocene 

Mollusca (Bivalves), by the same. 
Great Oohte MoUusca, by Prof. J. 

Morris and Dr. J. Lycett. 

Supplement, by Dr. J. Lycett. 

Fossils of the Permian Formation, by 

Prof. W. King. 
Lias Ammonites, by Dr. Th. Wright. 
Upper Cretaceous Cephalopoda, by 

D. Sharpe. 

Reptiha of the London Clay [and of 
the Bracklesham and other Ter- 
tiarv Beds], vol. 1, by Profs. 

E. Owen and T. Bell. 
Reptiha of the Cretaceous Forma- 
tions, by Prof. Owen. 

Reptiha of the Wealden and Pur- 
beck Formations, by Prof. Owen. 

Reptiha of the Liassic Formations, 
by Prof. Owen. 

Fossil Elephants, by Prof. Leith 
Adams. 

Mammaha of the Mesozoic Forma- 
tions, by Prof. Owen. 

Fossil Sponges, by Dr. Hinde 

Steomaloporoids, by Prof. H. 
Alleyne Nicholson. 

Fossil Crustacea, part 1. London 
Clay, by Prof. BeU. 

part 2. Gault and Greensand. 

Pleistocene Mammaha, by W. Boyd 
Dawkius and W. A. Saiiford. 

Crag Foraminifera, bv T. R. Jones, 
W. K. Parker, and'H. B. Brady. 

Flora of the Carboniferous Strata, 
by E. W. Binney. 

Fishes of the Old Red Sandstone, 
by J. Powrie and E. Ray Lan- 
kester. 

Crag Cetacea, by Prof. Owen. 

Carboniferous Ganoid Fishes, by 
Dr. Traquair, part 1 (Palaeonis- 
cidae). 

Sirenoid and Crossopterygian Ga- 
noids, pt. 1, by Prof. Miall. 

Carboniferous Trilobites, parts 1 and 
2, by Dr. H. Woodwai'd. 

Jurassic Gasteropoda, by W. H. 
Hudleston. 

Liferior Oohte Ammonites, by S. S. 
Buckman. 

Belemnites, by Prof. Phihps. 

Reptiha of the Wealden Formation, 
Supplements, by Prof. Owen. 



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Vol. 24. La Propriete Industrielle. 
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^ Hooper (Bp.) Early Writings. 
Hutchinson (Roger) Works. 
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Latimer (Bp.) Works, 2 vol. 
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1847. 



Liturgies, Primer and Catechism of 
Edw. VI. 

of Q. Ehzabeth. 

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Nowell (Dean) Catechism. 

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Woolton (Bp.) Christian Manual. 

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Parliamentary Reports, Bills, Accounts, and other Papers, printed by order of the 
House of Commons, from 1801-87 (a collection formed and arranged by the late Lord 
Langdale, with Reports of Charity Commission and other additions) 655 vol. fol. (ex- 
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arranged and numbered for the sake of reference y... 1801-87 

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Abyssinia, Correspondence relating 
to the British Captives there, 

1865-67 in vol. 355 

Correspondence, 1846-68, 1868 370 

Accounts, Public, 1830-81 7 

On Keeping Official 8 

Accountant-General's Department, 

Chancery, 1864 363 

Administration of Justice, North 

Circuit, 1818 246 

Admiralty Courts, 1833 39 

Afghanistan, Correspondence be- 
tween the Government and Shere 

Ali Khan, 1878 397 

Africa, Zanzibar, etc 387 

(South) Correspondence re- 
lating to, 15 vol. 1873-87 371-86 

Berlin Conference, 1886 640 



Africa, S. African Republic and Great 

Britain, Convention, 1884 640 

Cape Colonv and Adjacent 

Territories, 1883-86 640 

Agricultural Distress, 1820-22 6 

Returns, Great Britain, 1868. 

Agriculture, 1833 5 

Employment of Children, 1868 389 

Agricultural Customs, 1848... 388 

Minutes of Evidence, 2 vol., 

Appendix, 1 vol. Separate Report, 

1 vol., 1881-82 390-93 

AgriculturalLabourers' Wages, 1824 193 
Alabama Proceedings and Award, 

1862-73 348-50 

Supplement to the ' London 

Gazette,' 1872 626 

Aliens, 1816-24 227 



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Pabliamentary Reports — continued. 

America, Exploration in British 

North, 1859-61 258 

New York Industrial Exhibi- 
tion Report, 1854 339 

American Tariffs, 1824-8 159 

Anatomy, 1828 245 

Apothecaries' Company, 1825 245 

Arctic Expedition, 1834 255 

Arigna Minmg Company 2 

Army, Civil Administration of, 1837 636 
Commissioners, 1806-40, In- 
dexes to Reports of, 1847 404 

■ Diseases of, in the East, 1856 326 

and Ordnance Expenditure, 

1850 280 

and NavT Appointments, 1833 1 

Medical Department for 1864, 8vo 

Re-organisation, Report of the 

Officers, 1881 394 

Reports and other Documents, 

1881 394 

Ordnance Corps, 1881 394 

Art, Fine Art Comm,, 8th Rep., 

1848 642 

Artisans and Machinery 4 

Arts and Manufactures, 1835 4 

Asia (Central) Correspondence, 

1878-80, 1884-85 395 

Asylums, Pauper Lunatic, 1819-35 74 

Attorneys, Admission of 3 

Australasia Federal Council, 1886... 638 
Austraha, Burke and Wills' Exped., 

1862 638 

Aborigines, 1844 638 

South, Botanic Garden, 1884 638 

Blue Book, 1879 639 

Bank Acts, Committee on, pt. 1, 1857 614 
Bank of England, Cash Payments, 
1819 ; Charter of, 1832 ; Returns, 
1833 ; Committee of Secrecy, 1797 9, 10 
Banks of Issue, Select Committee, 

1840 396 

Barbadoes Blue Book, 1873-81, 

1882 565-6 

Baroda State, Administration of, 

1875 428 

Batoum, Port of, 1886 644 

Bechuanaland Correspondence, 1887 640 

Beer, Sale of, 1830-33 11 

Biluchistau, Papers relating to the 

Affairs of Khelat, 1877 397 

Board of Trade, Meteorological De- 
part., 1866 353 

Bode (Baron de) Claims, 1834 254 

Borth-^-ick and Alexander, Case of, 

1823 253 

Bomidaries of Boroughs, 1868 363 

Boundary Commission Report and 

Return, 1868 and 1885 475-76 

Bowring (J.) Prussian Commercial 

Union, 1840 622 

Boyd's Seizure and Death, 1834 ... 254 
II, 



Boyd (Gen.) Petition of, 1818 253 

Breadalbane Peerage Claim 253 

Bribery at Elections, 1835 12 

British Channel Fisheries, 1833 ... 244 

British Museum, 1860 253 

Faussett's Collection 625 

Pm'chase of Coins and Finance 625 

Accounts, 1823-33, 1835 and 

1836 13, 14 

Reports of Committee, 1836... 327 

Repoi-ts of Commission, etc., 

1850 328 

Brussels Conference on MUitary 

Warfare, 1875 636 

Buckingham and Calcutta Review, 

1826 254 

Palace 16 

Burmah, Accession of King Theebavr, 

1878 644 

Correspondence, 1886, No. 3, 

1887, No. 1 644 

Cambridge University, 1852 257 

Canada, 1818-35 17 

Cape of Good Hope, 1826-27, 1835, 

1873, 1883 18, 228, 371, 384 

Capital Punishment, 8vo, 1866. 

Camatic Creditors, 1818-35 19 

Nawaubs, 1860-61 319 

Caroline (Queen) Servants' Pensions, 

1823-31 227 

Catalogue of Reports, 1696-1834 ... 143 

The same 405 

of Library of House of Com- 
mons, 1830 and 1857 144 

Reports on 144 

Cathedi-als, \nih Appendix, 2 vol., 

1854 634-5 

Census. — Popula Hon . 

Cevlon Papers, 4 vol. 1849-51 195-8 

-^^Blue Book, 1878-9, 1882... 567-9 

Chancery Funds, 1864 363 

Channel Tunnel, Committee and 

Evidence, 1883 199 

Charity Commission, 32 vol. in 38 ; 

Digest 4 vol.. Index 1 vol. — 43 

vol., 1819-40 522-53 

Children, Employment of, 1862 351 

Children's and Women's Employ- 
ment in Agriculture, 1867 389 

Childi-en in Factories, Labour of... 20 
China, Civil War, Immigration, etc., 

1853 343 

Affairs in, 1860 354 

Corresp. with Mr. Bruce, 1860 354 

Lay (Mr.) Memorandum, 1864 354 

Dismissal of, 1864 354 

Commercial Reports, 1862-64 354 

Gordon (Lt.-Col.) In the Chinese 

Service, 1864 354 

Prince Kung's Answer to Sir 

F. Bruce, 1864 354 

Opium Trade in 1842-56 354 

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Paeliamentaby Eeports — continued. 

Clima, Canton, Military and Naval 

Operations at, 1857 354 

Further Papers on Eebellion 

in, 1863 854 

Church Building Commissioners' 

Eeports, 1-15, 1821-35 21 

Church Building and Eestoration, 

Eeturn of, 1876 856 

Church Bates, 1859-60 653 

Circulating Paper 22 

Civil List Pensions, 1830 16 

Eeports, 1803, 4, 12, 13, 15 652 

Civil Service Commission, 12 vol. 

8vo, 1857-67. 
2nd Eeport for the 

British Museum, 1875 622 

Coal Trade 23 

Commission, 1871 347 

Colleges and Schools, Eevenues and 

Management, 1864, 4 vol. in 2 609-10 
Colonial Mil. Expenditure, 1834-35 1 

Pensions, 1830 246 

Troops in the Soudan, 1885... 636 

Colonies, 1820-32... 24, 25 

Columbia, British, 1859-61 258 

Combination Laws, 1825 249 

Commerce, Tables, 1833 238 

Commercial Credit, 1826 72 

Treaties, 1879, and Correspon- 
dence, 1883-86 643 

Committee Eooms and Printed 

Papers, 1826 144 

Consuls' Eeturns, 1829 27 

Eeports on Commerce, 1882-5 337 

Commercial Eeports in China, 

Japan, and Siam, 8vo 1868 

Foreign Commissioners at the 

Open Ports in China, 8vo 1868 

Contagious Diseases Act of 1876 . . . 344 

Fever, 1818 245 

Con\'ict Census and Medical Eeport, 

by Guy and Du Cane, 8vo, 1875. 

Copyright, 1818-32 26 

Commissioners, Eeport, Minutes 

of the Evidence, 2 vol, 1878 200 

Corn, Foreign, 1826-33 27 

Metageof, 1854 356 

Trade, 1821-35 28 

Sale of, 1834 250 

Coroners, 1832 82 

Liquests, 1859-61 653 

Corporate Offices and Charit. Funds, 

1833-35 161 

County Bates, 1823-35 29, 30 

Expenditure of 31 

Courts of Justice 32 

Law, 1834 3 

Bequests, 1833 37 

Cremill Point Victualling Estabhsh- 

ment, 1832 1 

Criminal Offenders, 1818-32, 1834- 

35, and 1838-41 83, 34, 338 



Crown Lands, 1830-31 35 

Leases, 1824-84 36 

Cruelty to Animals, 1882 239 

Cutlasses and Sword Bayonets in E. 

Navy, 1887 636 

Cyprus, 1879 643 

Eeport for 1879, 8vo, 1880. 

Darling (Lieut. -General), Charges 

against, 1830 254 

Deaf-Mutes Abroad, 1886 643 

Debts, Small 37 

Decimal Coinage, 1853 326 

Deeds, General Eegister of, 1832 ... 269 

Diplomatic Service, 1881 840 

Divorce Law, 1853 341 

Dockyards, Cost of Manufact. in 1862 652 
Domesday Book. — Landoivners. 

Drunkenness, 1834 214 

Ecclesiastical Courts, 1828-33 ...38, 39 

Commission, 2 vol. in 1, 

1883 417 

Eevenues, 1835 40 

Ecuador, Eepublicof, Treaty on the 

Surrender of Criminals, 1886 ... 643 
Education,1819, 1816-34, 1835-36 41-45 

Chadwick on Half-time, 2 vol, 

8vo, 1861. 

in India, 1859 652 

On State of Popular Education 

in England, 6 vol. 8vo, 1861. 

8rd Eeport, Scotland, vol. 1, 

8vo, 1868. 

in large Towns, Fitch and 

Fearon's Eeport, 1870 353 

Elementary, Acts, 2 Eeports, 

1886-87 641 

Committee of Council, England 

and Wales, 1876-77, 8vo, 1877. 
Science, and Art, Administra- 
tion, with Index, 1884 641 

Egypt, 1879, Nos. 1-3 ; 1882, Nos. 
15, 20 ; 1883, No. 11, 1 vol. ; 1882, 
1 vol.; 1883-4, 2 vol.; 1885, 1 
vol. ; 1886, 1-6 ; 1887, No. 1-5, 

1 vol 857-62 

Eeport on the Soudan, by Col. 

Stewart, 1883 612 

Commissariat and Transport 

Services, 1884 612 

Egyptian Army, Eeorganisation, 

1886 636 

Election Eeturns, 1819-35 47-51 

Expenses, 1819-34 52 

Elgin Marbles, 1816 283 

Ellenborough (Lord), Divorce, 1830 254 
Emigration 1826-35 and 1827.. .....53-54 

Endowed Schools Act (1869), Com- 
mittee on, 1874 345 

Expired and Expiring Laws, 1818- 

84 55 

Factories, Eeport, etc., 1833-35... 56-58 
Labour of Children in 20 



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Pabliamentaby Reports — continued. 

Fiji, Native Population, 1885 ...... 638 

Finance Accounts, Great Britain, 

1805-1819 59-62 

United Kingdom, 1818-35... 63-67 

(Ireland), 1805-10 145 

Revenue Returns, 1817-35 68 

Fine Arts, 1843-54 281 

Fires in the MetropoHs, 1862 649 

Foreign Trade, Reports on, 1820-21 69 
Lords' Conxmittee, 1st & 2nd 

Rep. 1821 70 

Reports on, 1793-1824 71-72 

Forgery, Prevention of, 1824 249 

Framework Knitters, 1819 246 

France and Netherlands PubHc 

Accounts 73 

French Exposition, Wyatt's Rept. 

1849 284 

Friendly Societies, 1825 249 

Commission, 1874, pt. 1 345 

Game Laws, 1823 74 

Licenses, 1869-70 353 

Gaols Reports, 1835; 1819-33; 

1823-34 75-81 

Gas-hght EstabUshments, 1823 255 

Gas (Oil), London and Westminster 

Bill, 1824 105 

Geogi'aphical Soc. Memorial, 1853. 

Gibraltar Shields, 1868 365 

Girls, Protection of Young Girls, 

1881-82 344 

Glasgow Lottery, 1834 2 

Goffin (Mr.) Certificate 642 

Gold BulHon, high price of, 8vo ...1810 
Greece, Correspondence, 1830, 

1842-50, 1886 366-67, 644 

Guadaloupe Claims, 1820 253 

Harbour Dues, 1822 71 

Harbours, Tidal, 2nd Report and 

App. (C) 632-33 

Hastmgs (Warren), 1791 368 

Hayti, Conununications from, 1829 227 
Health of Towns Commission. — 

First Report, 2 vol. 8vo, 1844. 

High Sheriff, Office of 82 

Historical MSS. Coromission, 1860- 

86, vol. 1-9 (1, 2, 3 in 1) fol., vol. 

10 in 6 parts, 8vo, 1875-86 ...406-16 

Honduras Indians, 1828 88 

Hong Kong Blue Book, 1871, 

1876-78, 1879-81, 1882-83 581-4 

Hook (Th.), The Account of, 1822 253 
House of Commons Arrangements 

1868 620 

Houses of ParHament, Destruction 

of, ic 1823-35 206 

Income and Expenditure, Reports, 

1-4 83 

Index to Journals of House of Com- 
mons, 1823-25 144 

Index to Reports of the House of 

Commons, 1801-34 419 



Index to Bills, Accoimts, <S;c., 1801- 
32 143 

1832-44 399 

1852-53-57... 400 

Accounts, Papers, 'etc., 

1801-52, 2 vol 401-2 

Sessional Papers, 1801- 

52 403 

House of Lords, 

1852-57 474 

India, Progress of, 1861-66, 1870-2 

418, 428 

British and Native Adminis- 
tration, 1868 645 

Foui'th Report on Colonisation, 

1858 620 

India (East) Finance (1871-74), and 
Index, 5 vol., 1871-75 423-27 

Indian Civil Service, Candi- 
dates for the, 1876 645 

Admin, of Justice, Bengal, 

1810-30 84-86 

Admin, of the Punjab, 1849-51, 421 

of the Baroda State, 

1875 428 

of Justice in Bengal, 

Bahar, and Orissa, Reports 1-10, 
1782-83 436-7 

India, Ceylon, 1828-33 87 

India, Census 1881, 3 vol., 1883 

331-3 

Company's Affau's, 1812 615 

1830-31 89-90 

E. I. Company, Memorandum 

bv Mr. Fidler, 1874 645 

Judicial, 1831-32 91 

India, Papers relating to, 1818-30, 

1831-34 15, 100 

Reports from Lords, 1832, 7 

vol 92-99 

Papers rel. to Hindoo W'idows 

and Infanticide 216, 216* 

Revenue, 1818-33 101 

Territories, Select Committee 

House of Commons, 1852-53... 429-31 
Select Committee, House 

of Lords, 1852-53, 2 vol 432-3 

India, RaHways, 1859-1883... 420 

Treaties between the E.LC. 

and Native Powers, 1853 645 

Dalhousies Administration, 

1856 421 

Resignation of Sir Charles 

Napier, 1854 421 

Lucknow, Rehef of, 1857-58 421 

Mutinies in India, the Punjab, 

' etc., 1857 422 

Museum and Library, by J. 

F. Watson, 1874 .'..... 356 

Gold Mines of the S. East 

Wpiaad 356 

Native Press, 1878 356 

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Parliamentaey Eeports — contimied. 

India, Public Instruction, Madras, 

1860 645 

. Public Works 645 

Salaries, 1859 645 

Na^vaubs of the Carnatic, 

1860-61 645 

Appendices to 6th and 6th 

Eeports of Secret Comm. Causes 
of 1st and 2nd Mahratta War, 

1782 434-45 

Indies, West, Civil and Criminal 

Justice 102, 103 

State of Gaols, 1831 24 

Industrial Classes in Foreign Coun- 
tries, 2 vol. 8vo, 1870-71. 

Questions and Trades Unions, 

8vo, 1867. 
Liland Eevenue, 28th Eeport, 1885 622 

Inns of Court, 1834 104 

Insolvent Debtors, 1819-30 106 

Insurance (Marine) ,1834 72 

Intemperance, Select Committee of 
House of Lords on, 1877-79, 

4 Eeports, 2 vol 438-39 

The same 440-41 

Ireland, Estabhshed Church, 1820- 

32, 1868 107, 355 

Convicts, 1821-34 108 

CO. Cork, Valuation of, 1825... 149 

Courts of Justice, 1819 109 

Commission (4 vol.) ...110-13 

Law and Equity, 182-34 114 

Crown Land Improvement, 

1832 119 

Dubhn, Local Taxation, 1822- 

35 115 

Eeports on Ecclesiastical Eeve- 
nue, 1831-35; 1833-34 116, 154 

Eeports of the Educ. Inquiry 

Commissioners, 1825-26 117, 139, 152 

Inquiry into the Working of 

the Landlord and Tenant Act, 

1870, 3 vol. 1881 442-44 

Land Law, 1881, and Purchase 

of Land, 1885, 2 vol 646-7 

Nat. Education, 34th Eeport, 

8vo, 1868. 

Foundation Schools, 1835-36 153 

Galway Election Petition, 

Trial of, 1872, pt. 1 445 

Irish Jury Laws, 1881 445 

Map of 1853 343 

Eeturns of Poor, 1819-34 118 

Employment of Poor, 1823-35 119 

Poor, Inquiry, 1835 120 

State of, 1-3 Eeports, 

1830 148 

Population, 1821-31 121 

Post-Office, 1829 251 

Post Communication, 1832... 122 

Turnpike Eoads, 1832 122 

Prisons, 1819-35 123 



Ireland, Parliamentary Eepresenta- 

tion, 1831-32 124 

Benefices, 1824-35 125 

Eevenue Eeports, 1-3, 5-10, 

16, 17, 1822-28 126-181 

State of, Eeports, Papers, and 

Minutes on, 1822-33 (4 vol.)... 132-35 

Tithes. Collection of, 1st and 

2nd Lords' Eeports, 1832 136, 137 

Pubhc Works, 1832-35 138 

Public Instruction, 1835 ...140-41 

Elections, 1819-35 142 

Finance, 1805-17 145, 145* 

Shannon Navigation, 1832-33, 

1838-9 146, 445 

Orange Associations, 1835 147-168 

Statistical Eeturns, Carlow, 

1825 149 

Survey and Valuation, 1824-31 149 

Linen Trade, 1822-31 149 

Magistrates, 1828-34 151 

Disturbances, 1818-35 155 

Tolls and Customs, 1834 242 

Tenure, Lords' Eep., 1867 355 

Isle of Man, 1824 24 

Italy, Correspondence, 1846-49 ...446-7 

Naples and Sicily, 1848-49 448 

Jamaica, Disturbances ; Eeport of 
Eoyal Commission ; Papers laid 
before the Commission by Gover- 
nor Eyre, 1866 449 

Jamaica Blue Book, 1872-81, 

1883 570-80 

Jersey, Laws of, Evidence and App. 

1861 613 

Joint- Stock Banks, 1826-35 22 

Kenrick's Case, 1825 253 

Land Eevenue, Eeports of Surveyor 

General, 1797-1809 628 

Land, transfer by ' Eegistration of 

Title,' Dublin, 1863 621 

Landowners, Eetum of 1873, Eng- 
land, 2 vol A Eoom 

Ireland, 1 vol A Eoom 

Scotland, 1 vol A Eoom 

Law Eeform, 1829-33 ; Ecclesiasti- 
cal Courts, 1 vol. ; Chancery, 2 
vol. ; Common Law, 4 vol. ; Cri- 
minal Law, 1 vol. ; Eeal Property, 

3 vol 259-69 

Common, Courts of, 1829-30 651 

Criminal, 1819-24 240 

Leet Juries, 1835 250 

Leprosy, 1867 864 

Levant, Affairs of, 1841 450-2 

Libraries, Public, 1849-50 458-4 

Licences for Victualling Houses, 

1833 11 

Life Annuities, 1829 255 

Lighthouses, 1834 158 

Literary Institutions in Foreign 
Countries, 1835 13 



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181 



Pabliamentary Reports — continued. 

Loans to Foreign States, 1875 356 

Local Government, Rathbone and 

Whitbread's Memoranda, 1872... 398 
Local Taxation (Goschen), 1870 ... 648 
London Livery Companies, Reports, 

1884, 5 vol. in 3 606-8 

Longitude, Board of, 1829 255 

Longworth's Report on Crete, 1868 355 
Lunacv Laws, Report, Evidence and 

App' 1877 627 

Machinerv, 1824 4 

Magistrates, 1834 82 

Malt Duties, 1821 25 

McAdam's Petition, 1823 255 

Manby's Apparatus for saving Ship- 
wrecked Seamen, 1823 255 

Manufactures, 1824-28 159 

Manufactures (Foreign), 1864 363 

2 vol. in 13 pts. 8vo, 

1866-70. 

Maniage Law Report, 1848 341 

Mauritius Blue Book, 1861, 1863-66, 

1869, 1873, 1878-80, 1882 585-96 

Medical Education, 1834 160 

Members in Office in 1714-15 206 

Members of Parliament, part 1, Par- 
liaments of Great Britain and 
Ireland, 1213-1702, 1878, 2 vol. 455-6 

Merchant and Factor, 1823 26 

Metropolis Water BiU, Minutes of 

Evidence, 1851 611 

Mihtary Estimates, 1833 1 

Prisons and Barrack Cells 637 

Mihtia, 1859 649 

Mines, Accidents in, 1835, 1886 

255, 631 
Mint, Reports 1-8, 8vo, 1871-78. 
Miscellaneous : Courts Martial, 
Divorces, Peerage Claims, etc. 253-55 

Molasses, Use of, 1831 244 

Mortahty, Comparative, 1832 255 

Municipal Corporations, 1833-35 161-65 
not subject to the Cor- 
porations Acts (other than the 

City of London), 2 pts. 1880 457 

Palgrave and Hogg's Protest, 

1835 165 

Franchise, 1859 468 

Natal 372-7 

Blue Book, 1864-5, 1878, 

1875-76, 1878-80, 1882 597-605 

National Gallerv, 1833, 1850-53 

13, 282 
Naturahsation and Allegiance, 1869 353 
Naval Officers, Education of, 1886 636 

Navy Appointments, 1833 1 

New Forest, Return and Map, 1867 

Newfoundland, 1828 24 

Fisherv Question, 1884 622 

New South Wales, 1821-33 166-67 

Financial Statement, 1881 ... 638 

Public Accounts, 1881-83 499-501 



New Zealand Ordinances, 1841-42 351 

Census, 1881, Wellington 325 

Statistics, 3 vol., 1874-76, 

1877-79, 1881, 1882-85 458-61 

Defence of, by Jervois, 1884... 638 



Newspapers, 1854 625 

Oaths, Report on, 1835 205 

Ordnance, Reports on, 1862 649 

Survev, Col. James's Report, 

1855-56 ' 624 

Pacific, Western, British and Ger- 
man Lifluence, 1886 638 

Palhser's Reports on Brit. N. 

America, Lidex and Maps, 1865. 

Paper-making, scarcity of Materials, 

1854 625 

Parga, Papers relating to, 1820 227 

Parhamentary Representation, Gt. 
Britain and Leland, 1829-32 169-74 

Scotland, 1831-32 236 

Parochial Charities (London Bill), 

with Index, 1882 482 

Parochial Assessments, 1850 482 

Parsees of Bombay, Petition to the 

Marquis of Salisbury 622 

Patent Office Inquirv, 1887 622 

Patents, 1826 ' 26 

Peer, Dignitv of a (Lords Commit- 
tee), 1823-29 463-7 

Peerage Cases, 1872. 

Peers, List of, 1867 355 

Penitentiaries, United States, 1834 34 

Phvsicians, CoUege of, 1833 245 

Pilotage, 1822 71 

Pohce of MetropoHs, 1816-35 ...176-78 
Pollution of Rivers and Domestic 

Water Supplv, 1868 482 

Pondoland ....'. 381 

Afiairs of, 1887 640 

Poor Laws, 1817-19 179 

in Foreign Countries, 

8vo, 1875. 

and App., 1831-35, 12 vol. 180-92 

and App., 1841-44 629-30 

(Scotland), 1844 270-72 



Poor Rate, Returns, 1820-35 ...193, 194 
Population, Comparative Account, 

1801-31 283, 284 

Revenue Tables, 1820-32 238 

Census, Great Britain, 1801, 

2 vol 285-86 

1811 (2 copies) 287-88 

1821 289 

1831, 3 vol. (2 

copies) 290-92, 293-95 

1841 296-98 

Introd. Parish Re- 
gister Abstract, 1841 299 

1851, 4 vol 300-4 

The same, vol. 1, 2 

305-6 
1851, Index 307 



182 



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Paeliamehtary Eepor ts — con tinned. 

Population, Census, Great Britain, 

1861, 3 vol 309-10 

Ireland, 1861 316 

England and Wales, 1871, 

4 vol 811-4 

Scotland, 1871, 3 vol. in 1 315 

Ireland, 1871, part 1, 

4 vol. ; parts 2, 3, in 1 vol. ; Index 

of Towns, 1 vol 316a-21 

■ England and Wales, 

1881, 4 vol. in 3 322-24 

New Zealand, 1878-80, 

1881 325 

Indian Empire, 1881, 

3vol 331-3 

Punjab (Ibbetson) 1881, 

3vol 334-6 

Postmaster General, 27tli Eeport, 

8vo, 1881. 

Presentments, 1819-35 201 

Printed Cotton Goods, Duties on, 

1818 252 

Printed Papers, Reports on, 1835... 144 

Printing Expenses, 1821-34 202 

Prison Discipline, 1833 34 

Prisons for Debtors, 1819-35 203 

■ of the Metropolis, 1818-22 ... 204 

Private Bills, 1821-35 205 

Privileges, 1823-85 206 

Promissory Notes (Irish and Scotch), 

1826 22 

Prussian Commercial Union, by 

J. Bowring, 1840 622 

Public Documents 144 

Public Establishments exempted 

from Rates, 1858 345 

Pubhc Offices, 1830 207 

Fees, Gratuities, 1793 623 

Public Records, Sale of, 1825 227 

Deputy Keeper's Reports, 1-2, 

3-5, 6-8, 9-10, 11-22 273-77 

• Reports 23-47, with Appendix, 

8vo 1862-86 

Index to Printed Reports, 

1840-78 617 

Public Schools Commis., 1864 ...609-10 

Walks, 1833 214 

Queen Anne's Bounty 21 

Queen's Printer's Patent, 1860 649 

Queensland Money Bills, 1886 638 

Railway Accidents, Report and Evi- 
dence, 1877 ; Report of Board of 

Trade, 1875 681 

Railways and Railway Accidents, 1854 326 
Railways (Maximum Charges), 1881 470 

Rates and Fares, 1881-82 471 

Rating of Small Tenements, 1859 468 
Real Property Commissioners' Re- 
ports, 1838 208 

Registrar General's Reports 208-9 

Registrar- General, 20th-47th Re- 
ports, 8vo, 1864-86. 



Registrar-General, Tables of Births, 
Deaths, and Marriages, 1872-73 620 

Registration, Parochial, 1838 209 

Revenue Reports, 11-22, 210-13, 237, 

251 

Tables, 1848 238 

Revenue, Land, 1797-1809. 

Ritual Commission, 1867 330 

Royal Academy, 1884 18 

1863, 2 vol. 8vo. 

Sabbath, Observ. of the, 1832 214 

Salaries, Official, 1821-85, 1850..215,469 

Salt Duties, 1818 252 

Sanitary Commission. — England 
and Scotland, 1842, 2 vol. 8vo. 

Chadwick's Rep. on Interment 

in Towns, 1848, 8vo. 

1st Report, 1869 864 

Savings Banks, 1828 249 

School of Design, 1842, 1847... 281, 642 
Schools Inquiry Commission, 21 vol. 
8vo, 1868-69. 

• Report of Rev. Jas. Eraser on 

the School System in the United 
States, etc., 8vo, 1867. 
Scotland, Royal Commission on the 
condition of the Crofters, Report, 
1 vol. ; Evidence, 4 vol., 1884. 

Clergy, 1825 217 

Education, 1819-26 218 

Entail, 1828 219 

Law Commissioners, 1st Re- 
port, 1884 219 

Gaols, 1818-80 220 

Courts of Justice, Commiss. 

Rep. etc. 1818,1819-35 221-25 

Municipal Corporations, 1819- 

35 234-35 

Mineralogical Sm-vey, 1880... 255 

Secondary Punishments, 1818-35... 226 

Secrecy, Sedition, 1818-82 227 

Select Vestries, 1830 239 

Sepulchral Monuments, 1872 353 

Sewers, 1828 ! 239 

Ships of War (designs for) and Re- 
port of Dissenting Commissioners, 

1872 865 

Shrewsbury Peerage Claim, 1857... 253 

Sierra Leone, 1820 228 

Silk Trade, 1882 229 

Silver Depreciation, by Goschen 645, 653 
Silver Question, British and Indian, 

1886 643 

Sinecure Offices, 1884 215 

Slavery, 1882-35 280-32 

in India, 1827-34 33 

Small Tenements Rating Act (Lords' 

Committee), 1859 468 

Smithfield Market, 1828 239 

Stamp Duties, 1824-35 • 209 

Statistics (Miscellaneous), pt. 3; 
Tables relating to Foreign Coun- 



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Pabliamentaby B^iports— continued. 

tries, pt. 1 ; Colonial Possessions, , , 

pt. 8, 1854-61 279 

Statistical Abstract for the U. Kirg- 

dom, 1840-53 (1869-83, No. 31, 

8vo, 1884) 479 

Stationery Contract, 1833 2 

Statute Law Committee, 1878 643 

Statute Law Consolidation, 1835 ... 240 
Statutes, Index, 1801-65, 2 vol. 618-19 
Steam Carriage and Navigation, 1831 241 

Engines, 1828 255 

Stock Exchange Commission 472 

Submarine Telegraph Cables, 1861 473 
Sugar, Manufacture of, in British 

India, 1822 481 

Sulu Archipelago Protocol, 1885 ... 644 

Surgeons, Rov. College, 1827 245 

Taxation, Local, 1822 242 

Tea Duties, 1834 252 

Technical Instruction, French Com- 
mission on, 2 pts. 8vo, 1868. 
1st and 2nd Report, 

4 vol. 8vo, 1882-84. 
Tenure of Land in the several 

Countries of Em-ope, 1870-71 ... 352 

Thames, Pollution of the, 1869 468 

Embankment, 1860-62 650 

Theatrical Licenses, etc., 1866 468 

Timber Trade, 1820-35 243 

Tobacco, Growth of, 1830 244 

Tools, Export of, 1835 4 

Trade and Na^"igation Retimis, 

1844-45,1862,1878 621 

Trade and Lidustry Depression, 3 

Reports m 1 vol., with extract of 

Inquiry on ditto in France, 1886 485 
Trades Unions, 1-11, 1867-69 ...477-8 
Trade with the East Indies and 

China, 1821 481 

Transvaal 382-85 

Trinidad, 1823-32 88 

Turkey Correspondence, 1876, 1 vol. 

1877, 4 vol. 1878, 3 vol. 1879, 

1 vol. 1880, 2 vol. 1881, 1 vol. 

1885, Dt. 1, 2. 1886, pt. 1, 2. 

1887, pt. 1, 2, 1 vol 486-98 i 

Paexaso Espaiiol, Coleccion de Poesias escogidas de los mas celebres Poetas Castellanos, 
con noticias, por Lopez de Sedano, 9 vol. sm. 8vo ILadr. 1768-78 



Universities, 1818 245 

Commission on the Property 

and Licome of the Universities of 
Oxford and Cambridge, 3 pts. in 

1 vol. 1874 462 

Unseaworthy Ships Commission, 

2 vol. with Digest and Index, 
1873-74 483 

Vaccination Papers, 1857 369 

Vaccine Board, 1833 245 

Vagrants, 1841 74 

Vienna Exhibition, Maps and Plans, 

1873 624 

Victoria Colonv Statistics and Cen- 
sus, 1860-86 502-20 

Statistical Notes, by W. H. 

Archer, pts. 1, 2, 4to 521 

Agriculture, 1862, 1882 638 

Goldfields, 1886 638 

Vivisection, Roval Commission on, 

1876 '. 344 

Volunteer Force, 1862 649 

Wales, Administration of Justice, 

1818 246 

Watchmakers, 1818 249 

Water, Supply of, to Metropolis, 

1821-34 247 

Weavers, Hand-loom, 1834-35 248 

Ribbon, 1818 249 

Weights and Measures, 1819, 1854- 

55 250,321 

West India Docks, 1823 71 

Westminster Hall, Pearson's Report, 

1884 620 

Westminster Improvements, 1822 ... 36 

Wmdsor Castle, 1831 16 

Wuae Co. at Oporto, 1830 ; 244 

Wolverhampton, Inquiry at, 1835... 227 

Wool Trade, 1821 252 

Workhouse Infirmaries and Sick 

Wards, by Dr. E. Smith, 1866 ... 356 
Working Classes, Housing of, 1885 616 
York, Dulce of. Investigation. Evi- 
dence, 1809 480 

Zululand 372-73, 386 



Vol. 1. Villegas. 

Juan de ilorales. 

Morillo Pereyra. 

Quevedo. 

A. de Tejada. 

C. de Mesa. 

Ezquerra. 

Espinosa. 

Rey de Artieda. 
Vol. 2. Garcilaso de la Vega. 

Fernando de Acuna. 

Ercilla. 

T. de Burguillos. 



Vol. 
Vol. 



Vol. 



Vol. 



2. L. B. de Soto. 

3. Lope de Vega. 
Argensola. 

E spinel. 

S. de Figueroa. 

Polo de Medina. 

4. H. de Mendoza. 
Fr. de Figueroa. 
Caspar Gil Polo. 
Quevedo. 

Soto de Rojas. 

5. Luis de Leon. 
Greg. Hernandez. 



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Pabnaso Espauol — continued. 

Vol. 6. A. de Ledesma. 

Rebolledo. 

Paravicino. 
Vol. 6. Geron. Bermndez. 

F. Peres de Oliva. 

Argensola. 
Vol. 7. F. de Herrera. 

Medina Medinilla. 

Bait, del Alcazor. 

Gongora. 

Anastasio de Rivera. 
Vol. 8. Juan de Cueba. 

Saa de Miranda. 

Parnasso degl' ItaHani viventi, 53 vol. 12mo 

Vol. 1-4, 21, 2G. Pignotti. Vol. 
Vol. 5, 6, 40. De Rossi. 

Vol. 7, 27, 54. Pindemonte. Vol. 

Vol. 8-10. Bertola. Vol. 

Vol. 11, 12. Bondi. Vol. 
Vol. 13, 14, 24. Parini. 

Cerretti, part 1. Vol. 
Vol. 15. G. D. Anguillesi. 

Vol. 16, 45, 40. Labindo. Vol. 

Vol. 17, 18, 39. Monti. Vol. 
Vol. 19. Bettinelli. 

Vol.20. Cerretti, part2,andLaFaoniada, Vol. 

Iiini. Vol. 

Vol. 22, 23, 42, 43. Saluzzo. Vol. 

Vol. 25. Salamone Fiorentino. Vol. 

Vol. 28. Cerretti, part 3. Vol. 
Vol. 29. Vittorelli. 



Vol. 8. Gutierre de Cetina. 
F. L. de Zarate. 
F. de Rioja. 
Boscan. 
M. de la Plaza. 
9. Argote y Molina. 
Ag. Argote. 
J. de Jauregui. 
J. de Arguijo. 

Borja, Princ. de Esquilaclie. 
Montemayor. 
B. E. de Medinilla. 



Pisa, J.820-24 

30. Casti ed Imitazioni di Satire di 
Giovenale. 

31, 32, 41. Mazza. 
33, 34, 49, 50. Rosini. 

35. GhirardeUi. 
Casti. 

36, 37. Cesarotti. 
Niccolini. 

38. Alfieri. 
44. Peruzzi. 
Rosini. 

47. D' Elci. 

48. Antinovi. 

51. Gargallo. 

52. Casti. 

53. Clasio. 



Patents, Abridgments (in Classes and Chronologically arranged) of Specifications of 
Patented Inventions, from the earliest enrolled to those published under the Act of 
1852, 157 vol. 12mo 1857-1885 



Acids, AlkaUes, Uxides, and Salts (1622- 
1866). 

Aeronautics (1815-1866). 

Agriculture, Division 1-3, Field Imple- 
ments (1618-1866). 

Anchors (1796-1866). 

Artificial Leather, Floor Cloth, Oil Cloth, 
Oilskin, and other Waterproof Fabrics, 

2 pts. (1627-1866). 

Artists' Instruments and Materials (1618- 

1876). 
Barn and Farmyard Implements, 2 parts. 
Bleaching, Dyeing and Printing Calico 

and other Fabrics and Yarns (1617- 

1876), 3 vol. 
Body Coverings (1671-1866). 
Books, Portfohos, Card-Cases, etc. (1768- 

1866). 
Bottles and Bottlings : Preparing and 

Cutting Cork ; Bottling Liquids ; 

Securing and Opening Bottles, etc. 

3 pts. (1777-1883). 

Brewing, Wine-making and Distilling 

(1634-1866). 
Bricks and Tiles, part 1 (1619-1860). 

Part 2 (1861-1866). 



Bridges, Viaducts and Aqueducts (1750- 
1866). 

Brushing and Sweeping (1699-1866). 

Carriages (1626-1866). 

Casks and Barrels (1797-1866). 

Chains, Chain Cables, 2 parts (1634- 
1876), 1 vol. 

Cooking, Bread-making, and the Pre- 
paration of Confectionery, 2 pts. 
(1634-1876). 

Drains and Sewers, including the Manu- 
facture of Drain Tiles and Pipes, 2 pts. 
(1619-1876). 

Electricity and Magnetism, part 1 (1756- 
1817). Part 2 (1858-1866). 

Div. I., pt. 2 ; II., pt. 2 ; III., pt. 

2; v., pts. 1, 2; VL, pts. 1,2. 

Div. IV., Lighting (1839-76). 

Engines, Air, Gas, and other Motive- 
Power Engines, 2 pts. (1635-1876). 

Fabrics, Dressing Woven and manu- 
facturing Felted Fabrics, 2 pts. (1620- 
1876). 

Farriery ; including the Medical and Sur- 
gical Treatment of Animals, 2 pts. 
(1719-1876). 



PAT 



185 



Patents — con tinned . 

Fire-arms and other Weapons, Ammxmi- 

tion and Accoutrements, parts 1-3 

(1588-1883). 
Fire Engines, Escapes, etc. (1625-1866), 

1vol. 
Food, Preservation of, part 1 (1691- 

1855). Part 2 (1856-1866). 
Foot Coverings (1693-1866). 
Furniture and Upholstery (1620- 

1866). 
Gas, Production and Applications of, 

part 1 (1681-1858). Part 2 (1859- 

3866). 
Grinding Grain and Dressing Flour and 

Meal (1623-1866), cr. 8vo. 
Harbours, Docks, Canals, etc. (1617- 

1866). 
Hinges, Hinge Joints, and Door Springs 

(1775-1876). 
Hydraulics (1617-1866). 
Ice-making Machines, Ice-safes, and 

Ice-houses, 2 pts. (1819-1876). 
India-rubber and Gutta-percha, 2 pts. 

(1791-1876). 
including Air, Fire and Water- 
proofing (1627-1857). 
Iron and Steel, pts. 1, 2 (1620-1876). 
Manufacture of, 3 pts. (1621- 

1856). 
Lace-making, Knitting, Netting, Braid- 
ing and Plaiting (1675-1866), 1 

vol. 
Lamps, Candlesticks, Chandehers, and 

other Illuminating Apparatus (1637- 

1866). 
Locks, Latches, Bolts, and similar Fas- 
tenings (1774-1866). 
Locomotion, Aids to (1691-1856). 
Manure, part 1 (1721-1855). Part 2 

(1856-1866). 
Marine Propulsion (excluding Sails). 

Parts 1-4 (1618-1866). 
Masts, Sails, Kigging, etc. ; including 

Apparatus for raising and lowering 

Ships' Boats, 2 pts. (1625-1876). 
Medicine, Surgery, and Dentistry; in- 
cluding Artificial Limbs, Teeth, etc.. 

Apparatus for Invahds, Medical Baths, 

etc. (1620-1866), 2nd edit. 
Metals and Allovs (excepting Iron and 

Steel) (1681-1866). 
Milking, Churning, and Cheese-making 

2 pts. (1777-1876). 
Mining, Quarrying, Tunnelling, and 

Well-sinking (1618-1866). 
Music and Musical Instruments (1694- 

1876), 2 pts. 
Nails, Rivets, Bolts, Screws, Nuts and 

Washers (1618-1866). 
Needles and Pms (1755-1866). 
Oils, Fats, Lubricants, Candles and Soap 

(1617-1866), 2nd edit. 



' Optical, Mathematical, and other Philo- 
I sophical Instruments (1635-1866). 

Paints, Colours, and Varnishes (1618- 
I 1866). 

' Paper : Manufacture of Paper, Paste- 
I board and Papier-Mache, part 1 (1665- 
- 1857). Part 2 (1858-1866). 
Cutting. Folding, and Ornamenting 

(1636-1876), 2 vol. 
Pipes and Tubes, Metallic, 2 pts. (1714- 

1876). 
Photography (1839-83), 3 vol. 
Plating, or Coating Metals with Metals, 

part 1 (1637-1860). Part 2 (1861- 

1866), 2nd edit. 
Pottery, part 1 (1626-1861). Part 2 

(1862-1866). 
Printing, parts 1-3 (1617-1876). 
Railways (1803-1866), 2nd edit. 
Carriages and other Vehicles for, 

2 pts. (1807-1876). 
Raising, Lowering and Weighing (1617- 

1866), 2nd edit. 
Roads and Ways (1619-1866). 
Saddlery, Harness, Stable Fittings, etc. 

2 pts. (1625-1876). 
Safes, Strong Rooms, Tills, and similar 

Depositories (1801-1866). 
Sewing and Embroidery (1755-1866), 

27id edit. 
Ship Building, Repairing, Sheathing, 

Launching, etc., part 1 (1618-1860). 

Part 2 (1861-1866). 
Skins, Hides, and Leather (1627-1866). 
Spinning, part 2 (1864-1866). 
Starch, Gums, etc., pts. 1, 2 (1717— 

1876). 
Steam Culture (1618-1856). 
Steam Engine, part 1, in 2 vol. (1618- 

1859). Part 2, in 2 vol. (1860- 

1866). 
Steering and Manoeuvring Vessels, 

(1763-1866). 
Sugar (1663-1866). 
Tea, Coffee, Chicorv, Chocolate, Cocoa, 

etc., 2 pts. (1704-1876). 
Tobacco, Preparation and Use of (1721- 

1866). 
Toys, Games, and Exercises (1672- 

1866). 
Trunks, Portmanteaus, Boxes and Bags 

(1635-1866). 
Umbrellas, Parasols, and Walking Slicks, 
^ 2 pts. (1780-1876). 
Unfermented Beverages, Aerated Liquids, 

Mineral Waters, etc., 2 pts. (1774- 

1876). 
VentHation (1632-1866). 
Washing and Wringing Machines, 2 parts 

(1691-1876). 
Watches, Clocks, and other Timekeepers, 

parts 1-3 (1661-1876j. 



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Patents — continued. 

■Water, Purifying and Filtering, 2 pts. 

(1675-76). 
-Water Closets, Earth Closets, Urinals, 

etc. (1775-1866). 



Wearing Apparel, 4 parts. 
Weaving, parts 1-3 (1620-1876). 
Writing Instruments and Materials, 
2 pts, (1635-1876). 



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Vol. 3-6. Vie privee des Fran9ais ; de 

la Lecture des Livres Fran9ais 

commc amusement : Livres des 

13me-15me Siecles. 
Vol. 7, 8. Poesies et Romans, Sect. i. et 

ii. 16me Siecle. 
Vol. 9, 10. Livres de Theologie et de 

Jurisprudence, Idem; Romans, 

Sect. iii. iv. Idem. 
Vol. 11, 12, Grandes Affaires et Plai- 

doyers ; Romans, Sect, v. vi. Idem. 
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Sciences et Arts, Idem ; Romans, 

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Romans, Sect. xi. xii. Idem. 
Vol. 19, 20. Livres de Grammaire et de 

Rhetorique : Romans, Sect, xiii, 

xiv. Idem. 



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Vol. 27-30, Livres Militaires, avec no- 
tices sur les progres qu'ont fait 
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rimprimerie, de la Musique, de 
la Danse, du Dessin, de la Pein- 
ture, de la Sculpture et de la 
Gravure, 

Vol, 31, 32, Livres Fran^ais de I'Archi- 
tecture, et des Arts Mecaniques, 
Idem. 

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Audelay (John) Poems. 

Barclay, Cytizen and Uplondyshman. 

Barnfield, Affectionate Shepherd. 

Becket, Life and Martyrdom. 

Boke of Curtasye. 

Brampton, Penitential Psalms. 

Chaucer, Canterbury Tales, by Wright. 

Chettle, Kind-Heart's Dream. 

Christmas Carols. 

Civic Garland. 

Collier, Old Ballads, anterior to Charles I. 

Lyrical Poems, 1585-1600. 

Harmony of Birds. 

Croke, Thirteen Psalms. 

Croker, Historical Ballads on Revolution 
in Ireland. 

Keen of the South of Ireland. 

Dekker, Knight's Conjuring. 

Deloney, Strange Histories. 

Garland of Good- Will. 

Denham, Proverbs and Popular Sayings 
relative to the Seasons, etc. 

Festive Songs of the 16th and 17th Cen- 
turies. 

■Gifford, Dialogue on Witches. 

Guildford, Owl and Nightingale. 

Halle, Historical Expostulation. 

Halliwell, Loyal Garland ; Collection of 
Songs of tlie 17th Century. 

Early Naval Ballads of England. 

Romance of Emperor Octavian. 



Halliivell, Romance of Sir Tryamour. 

Fryer Bakon's Prophesie, 

Poetical Miscellanies of time of 



James I, 
— Old Hobson, 
Dice Play, 



-Old. 



Hawes, Pastime of Pleasure. 

Heyioood {John) Dialogue of Wit and 

Folly. 
Heywood (Th.) Marriage Triumph. 
Hutton, FoUie's Anatomic. 
Ingelend, Interlude of the Disobedient 

Child. 
Interlude of the Four Elements. 
Jack of Dover's Inquiries, etc., for the 

veriest Fool. 
Johnson, Crown Garland of Golden 

Roses, 2 parts. 
Latin Stories of Middle Ages. 
Lord Mayor's Pageants. 
Lydgate, Minor Poems. 
Lyric Poetry of Reign of Edw. I. 
Man in the Moone. 
Massinger, Beleeve as you List, a 

Tragedy. 
Meeting of Gallants at an Ordinary. 
Nursery Rhymes, 

Old Ballads on Great Frost, 1683-84. 
Old Hobson's Pleasant Conceits. 
Pain and Sorrow of Evil Marriage. 
Parker, King and poor Northern Man. 



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Percy Society — continued. 

Pastoral of Kerry. 

Patient Grisell. 

Peasantry of England, anc. Ballads of. 

Penniles Parliament of Threed-bare 
Poets. 

Poem on the Times of Edward II. 

Poems and Songs relative to George, 
Duke of Buckingham, and his Assassi- 
nation. 

Popular Songs iUust. the French In- 
vasion of Ireland. 

EngHsh Histories (Notices of). 

Porter, Two Angry ^Yomen of Abingdon. 

Beynard the Fose, fi-om Caxton's edition. 

Bich, Honestie of this Age. 

Bimhault, Coke Lorells Bote. 

Maroccus Extaticus. 

Poetical Tracts of 16th Century. 

Bohiji Goodfellow, his Mad Pranks, etc. 

Boiolands, Four Knaves. 

Bowley, Search for Money. ' 

Pertz, Monumenta Germanis Historica, ab anno Christi 500 usque ad annum 1500, 
auspiciis Societatis aperiendis fontibus Eerum Germanicarum medii .^vi : Scriptores, 



St. Brandan, a Mediaeval Legend. 

St. George, Anglo-Saxon Passion of. 

Satirical Songs and Poems on Costume. 

Scottish Traditional BaUads. 

Shoreham, Poems. 

Six BaUads, from Corp. Chr. Coll. Camb. 

Song of Lady Bessy. 

Songs of London Prentices. 

and Carols of 15th Century. 

Thomson, Poem on Congreve. 

Tracts and Chap-Books, notices of. 

Warwick (Mary, Countess of) Autobio- 
graphy. 

Westicard for Smelts. 

JVotton (Sir Henry) Poems. 

Wright {T.) PoHtical BaUads pubUshed 
during the Commonwealth. 

In trod. Essay on Eomance of the 

Seven Sages. 

The Seven Ages. 



vol. 1-14, 16-27 ; Leges, vol. 1-5, pt. 2 ; 

Scriptores. Vol. 1. Annales S. Amandi ; 
Tihani ; Laubacenses ; Peta\'i- 
ani ; Laureshamenses ; Alaman- 
nici ; GueKerbjiani ; Nazariani ; 
SangaUenses, Baluzii ; Sangal- 
lenses breves ; Weingartenses ; 
Augienses ; SangaUenses breviss. 
cum not. histor. ; SangaUenses 
Majores ; Juvavenses ; Sahsbm-g- 
enses ; S. Emmerammi Ratisp. ; 
Antiqui Fuldenses ; Colonienses ; 
BrunwUarenses ; Sanctae Columbae 
Senonensis ; Lugdunenses ; Weis- 
semburgenses ; Laurissenses. 

Einhardi Annales. 

Poetae Sax. Annales Caroli Mag. 

Chronicon Moissiacense. 

Annales Mettenses. 

Annales Fuldenses. 

Petri bibl. Hist. Francorum abbrev. 

Annales Bertiniani. 

Annales Vedastini. 

Chron. de gest. Normannorum in 
Francia, 820-911. 

Reginonis Chronicon. 

Reginonis Contmuator Trevir. 

Index rerum. 

Glossarimn. 
Vol. 2. Scriptores Rerum SangaUensinm. 

Annahum tom. 1, contmuatio. 

WiUibaldi Vita S. Bonifacii arch. 
cum appendice. 

Hucbaldi Vita S. Lebuini. 

Eigihs Vita S. Sturmi. 

Anskarii Vita S. WiUehadi. 

AngUberti Carmen de Kar. Mag. 

Altfi-idi Vita S. Liudgeri. 



Diplomata, vol. 1, fol Hanov. 1826-83 

Einhardi Vita KaroU Imper. 

Ermoldi Nigelh Carmina. 

Radberti Vita S. Adalhardi. 

Radberti Vita Walae abbat. Corb. 

UfBngi Vita S. Idae. 

Historia translat. S. Viti. 

Thegani Vita Hludowici Imper. 

Nithardi Historife. 

Ruodolphi et Meginharti Translatio 
S. Alexandri. 

Translatio S. Pusinnae. 

Vita S. Anskarii. 

Monach. SangaU. Gesta KaroU Mag. 

Vita S. Rimberti. 

Abbonis de beUis Paris, urbis. 

Glossarimn. 
Vol. 3. A. Annales Minores Gertnanice : — 
Annales Corbeienses, 658-1148 ; 
Hersfeldenses : Hildesheimenses, 
O.C.-1137 ; Quedlinburgenses, 
O.C.-1025 ; Weissenburgenses, 
708-1147 ; Lamberti, pars I., 
O.C.-1039 ; Fuldenses Antiqui, 
658-838 ; S. Bonifacii, 716-1024; 
Pragenses, 894-1220 ; Juvavenses, 
Supp,,etc. ; Augustani, 973-1104; 
Augienses, 541-817 ; Einsidlen- 
ses : S. Meginradi, 918-951 ; 
Heremi, 1-1057 ; Einsidlenses, 
746-1569 ; Flaviniacenses et Lau- 
sonenses, 382-985 ; Monasterien- 
ses, 528-1194 ; Mettenses ; S. 
Vincentii Mettensis, 688-1280. 

Annales Minores Gallia : — Annales 
Mosomagenses, 969-1452 ; S. 
Germani Paris, 466-1061 ; S. 
Albkii Andegav., 979-1099 ; Mas- 



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Peetz, Monumenta, &c. — continued. 

ciacenses, 732-1013, etc. ; Aus- 
cienses, 687-1127. 
Vol. 8. A. Annales Minores Italice : — Ca- 
sinates, 914-1042 ; Beneventani, 
788-1130 ; Cavenses, 596-1319. 

B. Chronica Minora : — Chronica S. 
Benedicti. 

Cliron. de Monasterio S. Benedicti. 

Chron. Comitum Capuae, 815-1058. 

Catalogi Principum Capuae et Prin- 
cip. Salerni. 

Chronicon Ducum Beneventi, Sa- 
lerni, etc. 

Catalogi Eegum et Imperatorum. 

Chronica Regum Francorum. 

Tabulae Karolorum et Ottonum. 

Catalogi Regum et Imperatorum 
Italiae. 

Chronicon Nemausense, 768-1108. 

Chron. Luxoviense, O.C. — 1039. 

c. Annales, Chronica, Historim: — 
Chronicon Casinense, 568-867. 

Andreas presb. Bergomatis Chroni- 
con, 568-877. 

Chronicon Bnxiense, 749-893. 

Erchemperti Historia Langobardo- 
rum, 774-889. 

Liutprandi Antapodoseos Libri 6, 
887-950 ; Historia Ottonis, 960- 
964 ; Legatio Constantinop. 968-9. 

Flodoardi Annales, 919-978. 

Widuldndi Res gest^ Saxonica3, 919- 
973. 

Chronicon Salernitanum, 747-974. 

Richeri Historia, 884-995 et An- 
nales, 995-998. 

Acta Consilii Remensis, etc. 

Leonis Abbatis, etc., Epistola. 

Acta Consilii Mosomensis. 

Acta Consilii Causeiensis. 

Gregorius V. Papa de Synodo Pa- 
piensi. 

Benedicti S. Andreas Monachi Chro- 
nicon, 360-973. 

De Imperat. potestate in urbe 
Roma. 

Thietmari Chronicon, 919-1018. 
Vol. 4. Annales Lindisfarnenses et Can- 
tuarienses ; Alcuini ; S. German! 
minores ; Engolismenses ; S. 
Maximini Trevirensis ; Virdunen- 
ses ; Laubienses ; Leodienses ; 
Fossenses. 

Excerpta Altahensia. 

Gesta Episcop. Virdunensium. 

Folcuini Gesta Abbat. Lobiensium. 

Chronicon Gladbacense. 

Chron. S. Michaelis in pago Virdun. 

Liber de Successoribus S. Hildulfi 
in Mediano Monasterio. 

Ex Dudonis Hist. Normannorum. 

Ademari Historiae. 



Vol. 4. Translatio S. Liborii. 

Ex Vita S. Liutbirgae. 

Agii Vita et Ob. Hathumodae. 

Panegyricus Berengarii imp. 

Gumpoldi Vita Vencezlavi, Ducis 
Bohemiffi. 

Ex MiracuHs S. Wigberhti, S. Maxi- 
mini, S. Glodesindis, et S. Gor- 
gonii. 

Translatio S. Epiphanii. 

Vita Brunonis arch. Colon. Trans- 
latio S. Evergisli episc. Colon. 

Vita S. Patroch. 

Vita Mahthildis reginae. 

Hrotsuithfe Carmina. 

Vita Johannis abbat. Gorziensis. 

Gerhardi Vita S. Oudalrici Episc. 
August. Translatio S. Magni et S. 
Udalrici. 

Vitffi Chuonradi Episc. Constant. 

Ex Transl. Sanguinis Dom. 

Ex Miraculis S. Marci et S. Verenae. 

Ex Vita S. Wiboradffi. 

Vita Deoderici episc. Mettensis. 

Ex Vita Kaddero^e Abbat. 

Wedrici Vita S. Gerardi, episc. Tul- 
lensis. 

Ex Miracuhs S. Mansueti et S. 
Apri. 

Othloni Vita S. Wolfkangi. 

Ex Arnoldi Lib. de S. Emmerammo. 

Vita S. Adelberti. 

Ex Vita S. Nih. 

Ex Miraculis S. Alexii. 

Purchardi Carmen de Gestis Witi- 
gowonis abb. 

Epitaphia et Miracula S. Adalheidae. 

Ex Vitis Majoh et S. Willelm. 

Vita Adalberonis H. Mett. Episc. 

Passio et Miracula S. Cholomanni. 

Adalboldi Vita Henr. II. imp. 

Alperti Opera. 

Vita Balderici episc. Leod. 

Lantberti Vita Heriberti, archiepisc. 
Colon. 

Vita et Mirac. S. Bernwordi episc. 
Hildesh. 

Vita Henrici 11. et Cunegundis 
impp. 

Vita Burchardi episc. Worm. 

Ex Damiani Vita S. Romualdi. 
Vol. 5. A. Annales Minores Germanics : — 
Annales Ottenburani, 727-1113 ; 
S. Michaehs Babenbergensis, 
1066-1160 ; Scafhusenses, 1009- 
1064 ; Gengenbacenses, 1027- 
1096 ; Sancti Eucharii Treviren- 
sis, 1015-1092 ; Elnonensis, 
533-1234 ; Blandimenses a. 1- 
1292 ; Formoselensis, a. 1-1136. 

Gallice : — Armales S. Benigni Divio- 
nensis, a. 664-1285. 



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Pebtz, Monumenta, &c. — continued. 

Vol. 5. A. Italia : — Annales Barenses, a. 

605-1043 ; Lupi Protospatarii a. 

855-1102. 
B. Chronica Minora. 
Remm et Imperatorum Catalogi. 
c. Annales Majores, Chronica Gene- 
ral ia. 
Herimanni Augiensis Clironicon, a. 

1-1054, Lamb. Hersfeldensis 

Annales a. 1040-1077. 
Bertholdi Annales, a. 1051-1080. 
Brunonis Liber de Bello Saxonico. 
Bemoldi Cbronicon. 
Annales Romani a. 1044-1187. 
MarianiScotti Cbronicon, a. 1-1082. 
Vol. 6. Ekkeliardi Uraugiensis Cbronica 

(ad a. 1125). 
Sigeberti Gemblacensis Cbronica 

cum Continuationibus (ab a. 

881-1334). 
Annales Erpbesfurdenses, a. 1125- 

1137. 
Annalista Saxo, a. 740-1139. 
Vol. 7. Jobannis diaconi Cbronicon 

Venetum et Gradense usque ad 

a. 1008. 
Ex Rodulfi Glabri Historiarum 

libris V. usque ad a. 1044 edente 

Waitz. 
Cbronicon NovaHciense usque ad 

a. 1048, ed. Betbmann. 
Herigeri et Anselmi Gesta Epi- 

scoporum Tungrensium, Trajec- 

tensium et Leodiensium, ad a. 

1048, ed. Koepke. 
Ex Cbronico, S. Benigni Divionen- 

sis a. 1041-1052, ed. Waitz. 
Gundecbari Liber Pontificabs Eich- 

stetensis usque ad a. 1072, ed. 

Betbmann. 
Ottonis et aliorum continuationes 

sffic. XII.-XVI. 
AnonjTnus Haserensis de Episcopis 

Eiebstetensibus a. 741-1058, ed. 

Betbmaim. 
M. Adami Gesta Hammaburgensis 

Ecclesife pontificum usque ad a. 

1072, ed Lappenberg. 
Cbronicon breve Bremense usque 

ad a. 1072, ed. Lappenberg. 
Gesta Episcoporum Cameracen- 

sium, ed. Betbmann. 
Cbronicon S. Andreae castri Came- 

racesii a. 1001-1133, ed. Betb- 
mann. 
Leonis Marsicani et Petri diaconi 

Cbronica monasterii Casinen- 

sis, a. 529-1139. ed. Watten- 

bacb. 
Cbronicon Episcoporum Hildesbei- 

mensium, usque ad 1472. 
Vol. 8. Amulii Gesta arcbiepiscoporum 



Mediolanensium ad a. 1077, ed. 
Betbmann et Wattenbacb. 
Vol. 8. Landulfi Historia Mediolanensis 
usque ad 1085, ed. Betbmann et 
Wattenbacb. 

Catalogus arcbiepiscoporum Medio- 
lanensium, usque ad 1355, ed. 
Wattenbacb. 

Gesta Treverorum ed. Waitz. ; 
Paris prior, usque an 1101 ; Ad- 
ditamentimi et continuatio prima 
a. 1015 ad 1132; Gesta Gode- 
fridi Arcbiepiscopi, 1121-1127. 

Appendix Monumentormn Trevo- 
nensium, viz. Ex translatione S. 
Celsi, auctore Tbeoderico ; De 
abbatio S. Martini ex Vita Mag- 
nerici, auctore Eberwino ; Ex 
miracubs S. Symeonis, auctore 
Eberwino ; Vita S, Agritii ; Vita 
et Passio Conradi Arcbiepiscopi, 
auctore Tbeoderico ; Ex bistoria 
Martjrum Treverensium ; Mira- 
culis S. Modoaldi, auctore Ste- 
pbano ; inventione et miracubs 
S. Matbije. 

Gesta Alberonis arcbiepisc. Gesta 
Metrica, 1132—45. Gesta, auc- 
tore Balderico, 1132-52. 

Ruperti Cbron. S. Laurentii Leo- 
dinensis, 959-1059, edente Wat- 
tenbacb. 

Cbronica Hugonis monacbi Virdu- 
nensis et Divionensis, abbatis ; 
Cbron. Flaviniacensis ; Xecro- 
logium ; Cbronicon ab a. 1-1102 ; 
Series abbatum Flaviniacensium. 

Vita Wieberti et Gesta abbatum 
Gemblacensium, auctoribus Sige- 
berto ; et Godescalco Gembla- 
censibus. 

Vita Wieberti, auctore Sigeberto ; 
Historia elevationis S. Wieberti, 
auctore anonymo. 

Miracula S. Wieberti, auctore ano- 
njmo. Gesta abbatum Gem- 
blacensium, auctore Sigeberto ; 
Continuatio, auctore Godescalco. 

Panegyricus Libellus. 
• De combustione monasterii Gem- 
blacensis anno 1185, auctore 
Guiberto. 

Cbronicon S. Huberti Andaginensis 
usque ad 1106, ed. Betbmann et 
Wattenbacb. 

Gesta episcoporum Tullensium 
usque ad 1107, edente Waitz. 

Emendanda et Addenda. 
Vol. 9. Cosmae Cbronica Boemorum, 
edente D. R. Koepke. 

Cbron. Benedictoburanum, ed. D. 
W. Wattenbacb. 



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Pertz, Monumenta, &c. — contimied. 

Vol. 9. Guillermi Apuliensis Gesta Rob. 

Wiscardi, a. 1009-1085, ed. D. R. 

Wilmans. 
Genealogias Comitum Bulonensium 

et Coinitum Flandrise, edente 

Betbmann. 
Hugonis Floriacensi Opera his- 

torica ; acceduut alijB Franco- 
rum Historic, edente D. G. 

Waitz. 
Chronicon Affligemense, a. 1083- 

1100. 
Chronica Polonorum, usque ad an. 

1113, edid. I. Szlachtowsky et 

D. R. Koepke. 
Amiales Austriae, ed. D. W. Wat- 

tenbacli (sub 48 Capitibus). 
Vol. 10. Annales Babenbergenses, Ens- 

dorfenses, Augustani Minores. 
Annales Suevia3. 
Ex Honorii Augustodunensis 

summa totius et imagine mmidi, 

ed. Wilmans. 
Regum imperatorum catalogi, ed. 

Koepke. 
Chronicon Gozecense 1041-1185, 

. Kffipke. 
Chronici episc. ecclesite Mersebur- 

gensis, ed. Wilmans. 
Gesta abbatum Trudonensium ed. 

Koepke. 
Ex Willelmi Malmesburiensis scrip- 

tis historicis, ed. Waitz. 
LaiTrentii de Leodio gesta Episcop. 

Virdunensium et abbatum B. 

Vitoni, ed. Waitz. 
Gesta Episcop. Mettensium, ed. 

Waitz. 
Vita Clirodegangi episcopi Metten- 

sis, auctore ut videtur Johanne 

abbate Gorziensi. 
Vita Mahthildis reginje antiquior, 

ed. Koepke. 
Vita Gebehardi episcopi Constan- 

tiensis, ed. Wattenbach. 
Vita S. Haimeradi, ed. Koepke. 
Vol. 11. Gesta archiepiscop. Sahsbur- 

gensium, ed. Wattenbach. 
Vita Meinwerci episcopi Pather- 

brunnensis. 
Vita Godehardi, episcopi Hildenes- 

heimensis, auct. Wolfherio. 
Vita Stephani regis Ungarise, ed. 

Wattenbach. 
Wiponis proverbia, tetralogus Hein- 

rici regis, vita Chuonradi 11. im- 

peratoris. 
Vita Guntheri eremitse. 
Vita Richardi abbatis S. Vitoni 

Verdunensis, ed. Wattenbach. 
Vita Popponis abbatis Stabulensis, 

auct.Everhelmo. ed. Wattenbach. 



Vol. 11. Bardonis archiepiscopi Mogun- 
tini vita duplex, ed. Wattenbach. 

Translatio S. Dionysii Areopagitffi, 
ed. Koepke. 

Ex Othloni operibus, edidit Wilmans. 

Brunwilarensis Monasterii I'undatio, 
ed. Koepke. 

Gisleberti Carmen de incendio S. 
Amandi Elnonensis, ed. Betli- 
mann. 

Triumphus Reinacli de Malmun- 
dariensi coenobio, ed. Wattenbach. 

Vita Annonis archiep. Coloniensis, 
ed. Koepke. 

Historic Farfenses, ed. Bethmann. 

Benzonis episcopi Albensis ad Hen- 
ricum IV., ed. Pertz. 

Addenda et Corrigenda. 
Vol. 12. Vita Anselmi episcopi Lucensis, 
auct. Bardone presbytero, 1087, 
ed. Wilmans. 

Vita Theodorici abbatis Andagi- 
nensis, 1087, ed. Wattenbach. 

Vita Bennonis II. episc. Osnabru- 
gensis, auct. Norberto abbate 
Iburgensi, 1088, ed. Wilmans. 

Jocundi translatio S. Servatii, 1088, 
ed. Koepke. 

Vita Adalberonis episc. Wirzibur- 
gensis, 1091, ed. Wattenbach. 

W^ido episc. Ferrariensis de schis- 
mate Hildebrandi, 1090, ed. 
W^ilmans. 

Ex Vita Wolflielmi abbatis Brun- 
wilarensis, auct. Conrado, 1091, 
edidit Wilmans. 

Vita Benedicti abbatis Clusensis, 
1091, ed. Bethmann. 

Vita Willihelmi abbatis Hirsau- 
giensis (obiit 1091), auct. Hai- 
mone, 1107, ed. Wattenbach. 

Vita Altmanni episc. Pataviensis 
(obiit 1091), 1156, ed. Watten- 
bach, 

Vita Wernheri, episc. Mursebur- 
gensis, 1093, ed. Wilmans. 

Ex Vita S. Udalrici prions Cel- 
lensis, 1093, ed. Wilmans. 

Vita Heinrici IV. imperatoris, 
1106, ed. Wattenbach. 

Translatio et miracula S. Modoaldi, 
ex translatione S. Auctoris, mira- 
cula B. Egidii, ed. Ph. Jaffe. 

Seheri primordi Calmosiacensia, 
1109, ed. Jaffe. 

Donizonis Vita Mathildis, 1115, ed. 
Bethmann. 

Narratio de libertate ecclesias Faba- 
riensis, 1116, ed. Bethmann. 

Canonici Leodiensis Chronicon 
rhythmicum, 1119, ed. Watten- 
bach. 



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Pertz, Monumenta, &c. — continued. 

Vol. 12, Hessonis scliolastici relatio de 
concilio Remeusi, 1119, ed. Wat- 
tenbacli. 
Udalscalus de Eginone et Heri- 

mauno, 1120, ed. Jaffe. 
Vita Tbeogeri abbatis S. Georgii et 
episcopi Mettensis, 1120, et Jaffe. 
Vita Erminoldi abbatis Pruvenin- 

gensis, 1121, ed. .Jaffe. 
Vita Frederici episc. Leodiensis, 

1121, ed. \\'attenbacb. 

Narratio de electione Lotbarii in 

regem Romanorum, 1125, ed. 

Wattenbacb. 

Vita Godefridi comitis Capenbur- 

gensis (obiit 1127), 1119, ed. Jaffe. 

Vita Caroli comitis Flandrias, 1127, 

ed. Koepke. 
Rupertus de incendio Tiatiensi et de 
Cuonone episc. Ratisp., ed. Jaffe. 
Translatio Godebardi episc. Hildes- 

beimensis, 1131. 
Ex Herimanni de MiracuUs S. 
Marine Laudunensis, 1129, ed. 
Wilmans. 
Vita Norberti arcbiep. Magdebur- 

gensis, 1181, ed. Wilmans. 
Amulfi arcbidiaeoni in Girardum 

EngoHsmensem invectiva. 
Vita Ottonis episc. Bambergensis, 

1139, ed. Kcepke. 
Addenda et corrigenda. 
Vol. 13. Snpplementum ad torn, i-xii. 

pars i. 
Vol. 14. Idem, pars 2. 
Vol. 15. Not published. 
Vol. 16. Francia Orientalis : Annales 
Herbipolenses a. 1125-1158, 
1202, 1201-1215. 
Annales Halesbrunnenses, etc., 

1099-1460. 
Tbmingia et Saxonia : — Annales 
Sancti Petri Erpbesfurdenses, 
1078-1182. 
Annales Erpbordenses, 1220-1254. 
Ann. Veterocellenses, 801-1484. 
Ann. Pabdenses auct. Tbeodoro 
monacbo ab orbe c. ad 1182 et 
1390. 
Ann. Rosenveldenses a. 1057-1130 ; 
Ann. Magdebm-genses, 1-1188, 
1453-1460. 
Ann. Hederbiu-genses auc. Gerhardo 

praeposito, 1000-1195. 
Ami. Pega\ienses et Bosovienses, 

1000 ad 1149. 
Continuationes, iii. 1140-1227. 
Ann. Stadenses auct. M. Alberto, 
ab 0. c. ad 1256 ; Hamburgenses, 
1-1265 ; Rvenses, ab o. c. ad 
1228 ; et Lubicenses, 1264-1324, 
edente Lappenberg. 



Vol. 16. Ann. Saxonici, ab o. c. ad 1271, 
ed. Betbmann. 
NotaB Hannoveranag, 1297. 
Ann. Ybm-genses, 817-841, 1072- 

1085. 
Notae Monasterienses, a. 1041- 

1197. 
Frisia et HoUandiae : — Annales Eg- 

mundani, 875-1205, 1207-1312. 
AngHa : — Ex C. Annabum, a. 1- 

1155. 
Ex C. S. Petri Cantuariensis, 

1111-1141. 
Ex C. Ann. Saxonicormn, 743— 

1147. 
Ex Ann. Wincbecmnbensibus, 

1052-1194. 
Ex C. Ann. Nativitate Johannis, 

1285. 
Ex Ann. Fiscannensibns, 919- 

1213. 
Ex Ann. Halensiensibus, 780- 

1290. 
Ex Ann. S^culi XIH., 1066-1271. 
GaUia : — Annales Engobsmenses, 

815-991. 
Aimales Catalaunenses : — Ann. S. 
Petri Catalaonensis, a. 1009- 
1196. 
Continuatio, 1202-1228. 
Aimales Dervenses, 1196-1316. 
Lotbaringia : — Ann. MoseUani, 704- 

797, ed. Lappenberg. 
Ann. S. PaiiH Virdunenses, 908— 

1215-1249, 1419. 
Ann. Aquichictini, 1079-1279. 
Ann. S. Quintini Veromandenses, 

793-994. 
Ami. Cameracenses, auct. Lamberto 

Waterlos, 1099-1170. 
Ann. Gaudenses, a. 1296-1310, ed. 

Lappenberg. 
Ann. Parcbenses a Nativitate Joban- 

nis, 1316-1458. 
Ann. Marcbianenses, a. 1-1306, ed. 

Betbmann. 
Ann. Florefiienses, 1-1482, ed. 

Betbmann. 
Ann. S. Jacobi Leodiensis : — An- 
nales Sancti Jacobi, 1055-1393 ; 
Lamberti Par^-i Annales, 988- 
1193; Reineri Annales, 1066- 
1230 ; Nota? Am-effivallenses, 549- 
1192. 
Ami. Aquenenses, 1001-1196. 
Ann. Rodenses, 1100-1157. 
Ann. Brunwilarenses, 1000-1179. 
Annales Colonienses Minores : — 
Ann. S. Petri Coloniensis, 798- 
818 ; Ann. Colonienses breves, 
814-964 ; Ann. Colonienses, 944- 
979 ; Ann. Remenses et Coloni- 



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Pertz, Monumenta, &c. — continued. 

enses, 961-1196 ; Ann. S. Gere 

onis Colonienses, 1191-1248 ; 

Notae S. Petri Coloniensis, 1247 ; 

Annales Agrippinenses, 1092- 

1384. 
Vol. 17. Francia Orientalis : — Annales 

Babenbergenses, ed. Ph. Jaffa 
Saxonia : — Annales Bremenses, a. 

750-1807, ed. Jaffe. 
Lotharingia : — Annales Colonienses 

Maximi ab orbe c. ad 1237, ed. 

Pertz. 
Annales Colonienses Minimi ab a. 

1192-1206, ed. Pertz. 
Francia Plienensis : — Annales Mo- 

guntini, 1083-1309. 
Annales Sancti Disibodi, 891-1200, 

ed. G. Waitz. 
Annales Seligenstadenses, 1067- 

1168, ed. Betbmann. 
Annales Sancti Nazarii, 936-978, 

ad. Betlimann. 
Annales Wormatienses. 873-1366. 
Annales breves Wormatienses, 

1165-1295. 
Annales Spirenses, 920-1272. 
Alsatia : — Annales Argentinenses, 

673-1207, ed. Jaffe. 
EUenhardi Argentinenses Annales, 

ed. Jaff^. 
Annales Marbacenses, 631-1375, ed. 

Wilmans. 
Annales Maurimonasterienses, 814- 

1288, ed. Jaffe. 
Aiuiales Colmarienses, Basileenses, 

ed. Jaffe. 
Bm'gundia : — Annales Burnenses, 

1191-1405. 
Notae Clmiiacenses, 412-1359. 
Alamannia : — Annales S. Blasii et 

Engelbergenses ; Suevici, 1273- 

1292 ; S. Trudperti, 1246 ; S. 

Georgii in Nigra Silva, 613-1308 ; 

Sindelfingenses, 1083 - 1294 ; 

Weingartenses Welfici, a. 1101- 

1181 ; Annales Ottenburani Isin- 

grimi et Minores. 
Bavaria : — Annales Benedictoburani 

a. 1109-1278, ed. Jaffe. 
Notae Dissenses, 1122-1482, ed. 

Jaffe. 
Annales et Notje Undersdorfenses ; 

Scheftlarienses ; Altahenses ; S. S. 

Udalrici et Afr® Augustenses, 

1106-1334, et Notae Baumber- 

genses, 1058-1383, ed. Jaffe. 
Magni presbyteri annales Keiclier- 

spergenses, ed. Wattenbacli. 
Annales Aldersbacenses, 1273- 

1286. 
Annales Osterhovenses, 43-1433, ed. 

Wattenbacli. 



Vol. 17. Historiae et annales Windber- 

genses. 

Annales S. Emmerammi Eatisbon- 
ensis et Weltenburgensis ed. Jaffe. 

Annales Eatisbonensis, 1201, ed. 
Wattenbacli. 

Eberhardi Arcliidiaconi Eatisbonen- 
sis annales, 1273-1305, ed. Jaffe, 

Annales Pruveningenses, 770-1298, 
ed. Wattenbacli. 

Cliounradi Scliirensis chronicon, ed. 
Jaffe. 

Bohemia et Moravia : — Annales 
Gradicenses et Opatowicenses, ed. 
Wattenbacli. 

Vincentii et Gerlachii annales, ed. 
Wattenbacli. 

Heinrici de Heimburg annales, 861- 
1300. 

Annales BohemiaB brevissimi, 80- 
1453. 

Addenda et corrigenda. 
Vol. 18. Annales Cafari et continua- 
tormii Januae, 1099-1294 ; Oberti 
Cancellarii, 1164-73 ; Otoboni 
scribae, 1174-96 ; Ogerii Paris, 
1197-1219; Marchisii scribe, 
1220-24 ; Bartholomfei scribfe, 
1225-48 ; Annales Januenses, 
1249-94 (Tab. V.); Lanfranci 
Pignolli, Gulielmi de Murtedo 
Marini Ususniaris et Henrici 
Marchionis de Ga\'io, 1264-65 ; 
Marineti de Marino, Johannis 
Suzoboni laicorum, 1265-66 ; 
Nicolai Guercii, Enrici Drogi et 
Bonivassalli Ususmaris laicorum, 
1267-69 ; Oberti Stanconi, Jacobi 
Aurie Marcliisini de Cassino et 
Bertolini Bonifatii, 1270-79 ; 
Annales Mediolanenses, 1154- 
1230; Libellus Tristiti® et Ddo- 
ris, 1154-77 ; Gesta Fredrici 
imper., 1189-90 et 1201-30. 
Annales Mediolanenses minores, ed. 
Jaff6 ; Placentini Guelfi et Gibel- 
lini, 1012-1317 ; Laudenses auct. 
Ottone et Acerbo Morensis, 1153- 
68, ed. Jaffe ; Parmenses et Fer- 
rarienses, ed. Ph. Jaff6 ; Cre- 
monenses, 1096-1232 ; Bergo- 
mates, 1167-1241 ; Brixienses, 
1014-1273, ed. Betbmann. 
Vol.19. Annales Veronenses ; Mantuani, 
1183-1299; Eolandini Patavini 
Chronica 1200-60, 1262; S. Jus- 
tinae Patavini, 1207-70, ed. Ph. 
Jaffe. 
Foroiuhenses, 1252-1331, ed. W. 

Arndt. 
Florentini, 1110-73. Senenses, 
1107-1407, ed. J. Bohmer. 



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Pebtz, Monumenta, &c. — continued. 
3. Bemardi Marangonis ar 
Pisaiii, 1004-1175, ed. K. Pertz, 

Eeatini Amiales, 1054-1377, Urbe- 
vetaiii, 1161-1313; Notse Ro- 
manae, 1111-23 ; Sublacenses, 
1145-1216 ; Ceccanenses, 1217. 

Casinenses, 1000-1212 ; Ryccardi 
de Germano notarii chronica, 
1189-1243; Eomoaldill.Arcbiep. 
Salernitaui, 893-1178, ed. W. 
Arndt. 

De pace Yeneta relatio, 1177, ed. W. 
Arndt. 

Gli Diumali di Mattheo di Giove- 
nazzo, ed. H. Pabst. 

SicuU, 1027-1282. 

Barcinonenses, 1149. 

Lindisfamenses et Dunelmenses, 
532-1199. 

Cnutonis regis Gesta sive Encomium 
Emmae reginae auct. monacho S. 
Bertini. 

PomeraniaB, ed. W. Arndt ; Xotse 
Colbazienses, 17-1560 ; Nota9 
Camiuenses, 1495-96. 

Prussiae, ed. W. Arndt ; Terras 
Prussicae, 1029-1450 ; Prussici 
breves, 1190-1337 ; Canonici 
Sambienses, 3-1338 ; Dunemun- 
denses, 1313-48, ed. W. Arndt. 

Silesia, ed. W. Arndt. 

Yratislavienses antiqui, 1238-1308 ; 
Magistratus Vratisla^"iensis, 1149- 
1491 ; Yratislavienses Maiores, 
1230-1371 ; Xotas monialium S, 
Clarke Yratislav-iensium, 1200- 
1682. 

Silesiaci compilati, 967-1249 ; Gris- 
sowienses Maiores et Minores, 
1230-1312 ; Cisterciensium in 
Heinrichow, pars 1, 971-1317; 
Heiarichowenses, 977-1293 ; Lu- 
benses, 1241-1315 ; Epitaphia 
ducum Silesiae, 1201-1342 ; Sile- 
siffi superioris, 1071-1290. 

Cbronicon Polono-Silesiacum, 1278. 

Amiales Polonias. 

Craco\-ienses vetusti, 948-1122, 
1136 ; Lublinenses, 1143-75; Ka- 
meuzenses, 965-1165 ; Capitidi 
Craco\-iensis, 1331 ; Cracovienses 
compilati, 966-1291 ; Catalogus 
Episcoporum Cracoviensium ; An- 
nales Polonorum, 899-1419 ; Lu- 
blinenses, 1456-97 ; Cracovienses 
breves, 965-1283 ; Mecbovienses, 
947-1434 ; Sancta? Crucis Polo- 
nici, 966-1410 ; Ephemerides et 
Notffi ^Yladisla\ienses, 1296- 
1366. 

Posonienses, 997-1203, ed. "W. 
Arndt. 
u. 



Vol. 20. Prffifatio. — Supplementa Tom. 

1, 5, 7, 12. 
Ex Orderici Yitalis Hist. Eccles. 
Ottonis Episc. Opera. 
Triumpbus S. Lamberti. 
Ex vita S. MocliuUei Hibem. 
Historia pontificalis, 1148-1152. 
Cbronicon Lippoldsbergense, 1051- 

1151. 
Eeineri monaclii S. Laurentii Leo- 

diensis Opera bistorica. 
Casus Monasterii Petrisliusensis^ 

1134-1156 and 1165. 
Fmidatio Monasterii Gratiae Dei^ 

circa 1147. 
Vol. 21. Hebnoldi Chronica Slavorum^ 

800-1172. 
Amoldi Lubecensis Chronica, 1172- 

1209. 
Cbronicon Holtzatias, 1172-1428. 
Gesta abbatum Lobbiensium, 972- 

1156. 
Cbronicon Laureshamense, 764- 

1179. 
Historia ^Yelforum Weingartensis 

et conthiuationes, 1167-1208. 
Gisleberti Chronicon Hanoniense, 

1070-1195. 
Vol. 22. Gotifredi Yiterbiensis Opera. 
Martini Oppariensis Chronicon. 
Thomae Tusci Gesta. 
Annales S. Pantaleonis Coloniensis. 
Vol. 23. Annales S. Yictoris Massil. 
Cbronicon Gurcense. 
Monumenta Eptemacensia. 
Gesta Episc. Halberstadensium. 
Chronicon Montis Sereni. 
Henrici Chronicon Lysoniae. 
Burohardi et Cuonradi Urspurg.. 

Chronicon. 
Chronicon S. MichaeHs Luneburg. 
Gesta Episcop. Trajectens. 
Chronicon Ebersheimense. 
Emonis et Menkonis Chron. 
Gesta Abbatum Horti S. Mari^e^. 
Chronicon Ottenburanum. 
Albrici mon. Triumfont. Chron. 
Vol. 24. Chron. regias Colou. continua- 

tio 1. 
Annales Tielenses. 
Nota? Bronieuses. 
Notae S. Amati Duacenses. 
Notae Stabulenses. 
Annales Aquenses. 
Annales S. Blasii Brunsvic. 
Annales Tburingici breves. 
Annales Halesbrunnenses majores. 
Annales Herbipolenses minores. 
Notae Laureshameuses. 
Notae Zwifaltenses. 
Notfe Weingartenses. 
Hermanni Altahensis contin. Stia. 



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Peetz, Monumenta, &c. — continued. 

Vol. 24. Annales Wernheri Tegernseenses. 
Annales S. Nicolai Patavienses. 
Annales Burgh^usenses. 
Annales Zwetlenses breviss. 
Honorii Augustidun. cont. Stiren- 

sis. 
Annales Frisiacenses. 
Annales Peutingeriani. 
Genealogife (Series Principum). 
Chronica Minora s£ec. xii. et xiii. 
Gesta Episcoporuni, Abbatuni, Co- 

mitum. 
Sffic. xii. et xiii. (suppl. torn, xx- 

xxiii.) 
Vol. 25. Gesta Episcoporum, Abbatum, 

Ducum aliorumque Princ. sasc. 

xiii. 
Vol. 26. Ex rerum Francogallicarum 

Scriptoribus. 
Ex Historiis Auctorum Flandren- 

sium Francogallica Lingua 

Scriptis Supplementum tomi 

xxiv. 
Vol. 27. Ex rerum Anglicarum Scrip- 
toribus S8BC. xii. et xiii. 

LEGES. 

Vol. 1. Eegum Merovingorum Capitu- 

laria. 
Karlomanni Principis Capitularia. 
Pippini Capitularia. 
Karoli Magni Capitularia. 
Hludowici L Capitularia. 
Eegum Francorum, imperatoruni, 

diviso imp. Capitularia. 
Vol. 2. Tomi prioris Supplementa. 
Cbuonradi I. regis Constitutiones. 
Heinrici I. regis Constitut. 
Constitutiones Imperiales ab Ottone 

Magno usque ad Heinricum VII., 

948-1313. 



Vol. 3. 2 parts. Lex Alamannorum, 

edente Dr. J. Merkel. 
Lex Alamamiorum a Hlothario 

Constituta, seu Legum Liber I. 
Leges Hlotbarino Codici adjuncts, 

seu Leg. Liber II. 
Additamenta, sive Legum Liber III. 
Lex Alamannorum temporibus 

Lantfridi renovata. 
Lex Alamannorum Karolina, sive 

Eeformata. 
Leges Extravagantes. 
Epitome Legis Alamannorum. 
Leges Alamannorum et Baiuwario- 

num, ed. Merkel. 
Leges Burgundiorum, ed. F. Blubme. 
Lex Frisionum, ed. Eiclitliofen. 
Tabula?. 
Vol. 4. Edictus Langobardorum. 
Graeci Interpretis eclogue edicti. 
Liber legis regum Langobard. Con- 
cordia dictus. 
Liber legis Langobard. Papiensis. 
Legis Langobard. syntagmata duo 

Lonibarda vulgo dicta. 
Legum quffi libro Papiensi desunt 

conspectus. 
Spicilegium e veteris Langobard. 

edicti codd. 
Vol. 5. pt. 1. Leges Saxonum. 
Lex Tliuringorum. 
Edictus Tbeodorici Eegis. 
Eemedii Curiensis episcopi capitula. 
Pt. 2. Lex Eibuaria. 
Lex Francorum Chamavorum. 

DIPLOMATA. 

Vol. 1. Diplomata regum Franc, e 
stirpe Merowingica. 
Diplomata majorum Domus regi?e. 
Diplomata spm'ia — Indices etc. 

Petitot (C. B.) Collection Complete des Memoires sur I'Histoire de France ; Premidre 
Serie, depuis le regne de Philippe-Auguste jusqu'au commencement du XVIIe Siecle ; 
avec des notices sur chaque auteur, etc. 52 vol 



Vol. 1. Villehardouin. 

2. Joinville. 

3. Auteurs Arabes sur St. Louis. 

4, 5. Bertrand du Gueselin. 

5, 6, 7. Christine de Pisan. 

7. Jean de Boucicaut. 
Pierre de Fenin. 

8. Memoires sur Jeanne d'Arc. 
Comte de Bichemont. 

Florent d'llliers. 
9, 10. Ollivier de la Marchc. 
11. Jacques du Clerc. 
11, 12, 13. Philippe de Comines. 

13, 14. Jean de Troyes. 

14, Guillaume de Villeneicve. 
Bouchet, Mem. deLa Tremouille. 

15, 16. ChevaHer Bayard. 



8vo 1819-26 

Vol. 16. Chevalier de Fleurange. 
Louise de Savoye. 
17, 18, 19. Martin de Bcllay. 
20, 21, 22. Blaise de Monthtc. 
23, 24, 25. Caspar, S. de Tavannes 
26, 27, 28. Sire de Vieilleville. 
28, 29, 30. Baron Duvillars. 
81, 32. FranQois de Bahutin 

32. Bern, de Salignac. 
Caspar de Coligny. 
Claude de la Chastrc. 
Guil. de Bochcchouart 

33. Mich, de Castelnau, 
84. Jean de Mergy. 

Fr. de la Noue. 
Achille Gamon, 
Jean Philippi. 



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Petitot (C. B.) — contimicd. 

Vol. 35. Henri, Due de Bouillon. 
Guill. S. de Tavannes. 

36. Comte de Cheverny. 
Herault, Ev. de Chartrcs. 

37. Marguerite de Yalois. 
J. A. de Thou. 

38. Jean de Choisnin. 
Matt. Merle. 

38-43. P. Cayet, Cbron. Novenaire. 



Vol. 43. Seigneur de St. Auban. 
44. Villeroy. 

Due d'AngouUme. 
45-49. P. de VEstoile. 

49. Gillot. 
Groulard. 
Marillac. 

50, 51. Fatite7iay Mareuil. 
52. Table generale. 



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Petitot (C. B.) et L. (J. N.) Mommerque, 
depuis Tavenement de Henri IV jusqu'a la 

Vol. 1-9. Due de Sully (Economies 
Eoyales). 
10, 11. Cardinal Bichelieu. 
11-16. President Jeannin. 
16. Marecbal d'Estrees. 
16, 17. Pontchartrain. 
18, 19. Due de Bolian. 
19-21. Bassompierre. 
21-30. Cardinal Bichelieu. 
31. Gaston, Due d' Orleans. 
31-32. Sieur de Pontis. 

33, 34. Arnauld d'Andilly. 

34, Abbe Arnauld. 
Duebesse de Nemours. 

35, 36. Comte de Brienne. 
36-40. Madame de Motteville. 
40-43. Madlle. de Montpensier. 
44-46. Cardinal de i?e^^. 

47. Guy Joly. 
Claude Joly. 

48. Conrart. 
Pere Berthod. 

49, 50. Marquis de Montglat. 
51. De la Chair e. 

50, 51. Bochefoucanld. 

Pez (E. B. p. Hieron.), Seriptores Eenim 



Collection de Memoires etc. Second Sir. 
Paix de Paris, en 1763, 78 vol. 8vo 1820-29 

Vol. 52. Gourville. 

53, 54. Pierre Lenet. 

54, Comte de Montresor. 
Fontraillcs. 

55, 56. Due de Chiise. 

66, 57. Marecbal de Gramont, 
57. Marecbal de Plessis. 

68, 59. M. de »** 

69. Pierre de la Porte. 
60-63. Omer Talon. 

63. Abbe de Choisy. 

64. Cbevalier Temple. 

64, 65. Mme. de la Fayette. 

65. Marquis de la Fare. 

65, 66. Mar. Due de Berwick, 

66, Madame de Caylus. 

67, 68. Marquis de Torcy. 
68-71. Marecbal de Villars. 
71-74. Due de Xoailles. 

74, 75. Comte de Forhin. 

75, Duguay Trouin. 

76, 77. Duclos. 
11. Mad. de Stael. 
78. Table generale. 



Vol. 1. Dissertationes Sex prooemiales. 
Cbronicon Laureacensium ac Pa- 

taviensium Arcbiepisc. ae Episc. 
Versus LidicuH, Cbronicon et Ca- 

talogus eormidem antistitum, a 

Wivilone usque ad Emestum. 
Vita S. Maximibani, Arcbiepisc. 

Laiu'eacensis, etc. 
Vitffi S. Floriani ilartjTis et prin- 

eipis. 
Eugipii Vita S. Severini, Nori- 

corum Apostoli. 
Vita et MartjTium S. Colomanni 

Martyris et tutelaris Austriaa 

patroni. 
B. Dapiferi Vita Beati Gotbalmi 

Peregrini. 
Acta B. Altmanni, Episcopi Pata- 

viensis. 
Cbronicon Monasterii Mellicensis. 



Austriacarum veteres ac genuini, 2 vol. fol. 

Lips. 1721 

Vol. 1. C. de Wizenberg, Cbronicon 
veterum Austri^e Marcbionum et 
Ducum Stirpis Babenbergensis a 
Leopoldo I. ad Leopoldum VI. 

Historia, Xecrologium, etc., Mona- 
sterii Melbcensis. 

Antiquum Cbronicon SaHsburgense, 
ad a. 1398. 

Cbronicon et Xecrologium Claustro- 
Neoburgense. 

Vita B. Hartmanni Episcopi Brixi- 
nensis. 

Cbronicon Zwetlense, vetustius et 
recentius, 1075-1349. 

Cbronicon Austriacum, ad a. 1189. 

Narr. Histor. de eleetione Lotbarii, 
Ducis Saxoniaa in Imperatorem 
Komanorum. 

Narratio geneal. Posterorum S. 
Leopoldi. 

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Pez (E. B. p. Hieron.) — continued. 

Vol. 1. De Canonizatione S. Leopold!. 
Breve Chronicon Austriacum, Stir- 
pis Babenbergensis March, et 

Ducum, usque ad Eudolplium I. 
Necrologium Monast. B. Mariae 

Virginis ad Scotos, Viennas Aus- 

trise. 
Paltrami, sive Vatzonis Chronicon 

Austriacum, ad a. 1455. 
Historia Inventionis Eeliquiarum 

duorum anonymoruni Sanctorum 

ap. Sanct-Polten. 
Anonymi Leobiensis Chronicon, ad 

a. 1347. 
Anonymi Zwetlensis Chronicon 

AustrifE ad a. 1386. 
Narratio de ProeHo Emphingensi 

inter Fridericum Pulchrum et 

Ludovicum Bavarum. 
Sunthsemii Tabulaa Claustro-Neo- 

burgenses de primis Austri^e 

Marchionibus et Ducibus. 
Matthsei Germanicum Austrise 

Chronicon, cum Appendice ad a. 

1493. 
Viti Arenpecldi Chronicon Austria- 
cum ad tempora Friderici III., 

etc. 
Vol. 2. Vita B. Adalberonis, episc. Her- 

bipolensis. Miracula S. Adalbe- 
ronis. 
Adalberonis Vita metrica. 
Bulla Alexandri III. Papse, monast. 

Lambacensi concessa. Catalogus 

Abbatum Lambacensium ad a. 

1289. 
Catalogus Abbatum Cremifanen- 

sium. 
B. Norici Chronicon Bavariae. 
AiTct. incert. Chronicon Bavaricum. 
VitJB B. Bertholdi I. Abbat. Coenob. 

Garstensis. 
Epitaphia, Hymni, etc. de eodem. 
Excerpta ex vet. Chronico Garstensi. 
Chronicon Monasterii Admontensis. 

Necrologium, et vetus carm. de 

coenobii abbatibus. 
Vitfe venerabilis Wilbirgis virg. eccl. 

San-Florianensis. 
Catalogus Abbatum Gottwicensium, 

1094-1604. 
Poema Germanicum de fundatione 

Parthenonis S. Bernhardi. 
Hist, fundationis Monasterii Seit- 

tenstettensis. 
Catalogus Abbatum Altembergen- 

sium. 
Hist, fundationis CoUegii Hospita- 

lensis ad Pirum Montem. 
Catalogus Abbatum Glunicensium. 
Historia Cartusia) Maurbacensis. 
Chronicon Alberti Ducis Austriae II. 



Vol. 2. Fragni. Hist, de IV. Albertis, 

Austrise Ducibus. 
Hist, de Particula Sanctte Crucis 

Mellicensis. 
Exc. ex Chronico coenobii Weichen- 

Stephanensis. 
Exc. ex Catalogo Bom. Pontificum 

et Imperatorum. 
Chronicon Ludovici IV. Imperat. 
Breve Chronicon Bavaricum, 1412— 

1454. 
Chronicon Salisburgense, usque ad 

A.C. 1495. 
Itinerarium ven. Patris Wolffg. de 

Styra Benedictini MeUicensis, 

1404-1484. 
Chronicon Monasterii Stamensis in 

Tiroli. 
Anon. . Mellicensis Breve Chronicon 

Austria. 
Anon. Eotensis Breve Chronicon^ 

1482-1485. 
Anon. Tegernseensis Br. Chronicon 

Austria. 
Necrologium Minorum Conventua- 

lium Viennensium. 
Statuta Synodi San-Hippolytensis 

in Austria, a. 1274. 
Anon. Narratio de nefanda Haeresi 

Adamitica. 
Exc. ex Chronico Universah I. Eni- 

kelii. 
Breve Chronicon Austriacum, 1402- 

1443. 
Narratio captivitatis MaximiUani I. 

Imper. apud Brugenses. 
Fragm. histor. de Blanca, altera 

Maximiliani I. Imp. conjuge. 
Instr. compositionis inter Fridericum 

III. et Ungaros et Austriacos. 
Ordo Ingressus Friderici III. Imp. 

in urbem. 
Hist, desponsationis et coronationis 

Frid. III. et Eleonorai conjugis 

ejus. 
Descriptio adventus Frid. III. ad 

Paulum Papam II. 
Diploma Eleonora) Augustne. 
Senatorium, sive Dialog. Histor. 

Martini Abbatis Scotonum Vi- 

enniB. 
Anonymi Hi&toria de morte et even- 

tibus felicis recordationis D. Al- 
berti, Eomanorum, etc.,Eegis, etc. 
Anonymi Lessus in obitum Ladislai 

Posth. 
Th. Ebendafiferi Chronicon Austria- 
cum, ad a. 1468. 
Narratio de dissensione Provincia- 

lium Austrise post obitum Maxi- 
miliani II. 
Tres Chronici Bohemias. 



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mini nostri Jesu Christi. I 

Ejusdem Epistola ad D. : — Xum | Vol. 
Christus corporeis oculis Deum 
videre potuerit ? 

Anonj-mi forte coenobitae Lunae- 
lacensis Ord. S. Bened. Glossa- 
rium Latino-Tlieodiscum in Bibha 
Sacra. 

Miscellanea Theodisca ex diversis 
MSS. Cod. collecta et in duas 
partes tributa. 

Yen. Engelberti Abbatis Admonten- 
sis, Ord. S. Ben. qm sub Rudolpho 
Habspm'gico, I. Imp. claruit, 
Epistola de Studiis et Scriptis 
suis. 

Ejusdem Liber de Causis Longasvi- 
tatis Hominum ante Dilu\"ium. 

Ejusdem Tractatus seu Liber am- 
plus de Gratiis et Virtutibus 
Beatae Mari« Yirg. 
Vol. 1, pt. 2, — Sancti Paschasii Ead- 
berti, Corbeiensis m Francia Ab- 
batis Ord. S. Ben. de Fide, Spe, 
et Charitate, Lib. iii. 

Gerberti, postea Sylvestri IL Pont. 
Max. Ord. 8. Ben. Libellus de 
Corpore et Sanguine Domini. 

Ejusdem Libellus ad Ottouem LCI. 
Imp. de Piationah, et Eatione 
uti. 

Oerhobi Praepositi Reicherspergensis 
Ord. Can. Eeg. S. August, qui j 
seculo XII. Celebris fuit, Liber de I 
Gloria et Honore Filii Hominis. 

Ejusdem Liber adversus duas j Vol. 
Haereses sui temporis. 

Ejusdem Epistola de sensu ver- ! 
borum S. Hilarii et Athanasii de 
aequahtate et iuaequahtate Christi 
cum Deo. 

"VN'altheri Veteris Theologi Epistola 
de modo pnedicandi diviiia de 
Christo. 

Adami Praemonstratensis Candidae 
Casffl in Scotia Abbatis et Epi- 



scopi SoHloquiorum de instruc- 

tione animje Lib. 11. 
1, pt. 2. — Beati Eichalmi Abbatis 

Speciosffi Vallis in Frauconia, 

Ord. Cister. Eevelationes de ia- 

sidiis et versutiis D*monum. 
Alani Magni Ord. Cist. Libri V. de 

arte Cathohcas Fidei ex rationibus 

natm-alibus demonstrate. 
Henrici de Hassia Liber adversus 

Telesphori Eremitae Vaticinia de 

ultimis temporibus. 
Johannis, forte Gersenis, Abbatis 

Liber aureus de Professione 

Monachorum. 
1, pt. 3. — Codex Diplomaticus 

Eatisbonensis. 
Codex Traditionum Sanct-Emme- 

rammensium. 
Anamodi Subdiaconi Traditionum 

Emmerammensium, seculo IX. 

factarum, Libri II. 
Agii Monachi Ord. S. Ben. de Vita 

S. Hathumodffi, primae Abbatissaa 

Gandersheimeusis Liber. 
Ejusdem Dialogus metricus de obitu 

S. Hathumodae. 
Anonymi Zwethlensis Ord. Cist. 

Historia Eomanorum Pontificum 

a S. Petro usq. ad Coelestiuum 

in. 

Gerhohi Praep. Eeichersp. 0. C. E. 
S. Aug. Liber de Vitis BB. Abba- 
tum Formbacensium Berengeri et 
Winitonis. 

Angeli Eumpleri Abbatis Form- 
bacensis 0. S. B. Historia Mona- 
ster! i sui. 

Johannis AYu-zburgensis Descriptio 
Terrae Sanctfe. 

Alberti Oberaltahensis, 0. S. B. 
Liber de vita S. Alberti Oberalta- 
hensis. 

Jodoci Mezleri San-Gallensis de 
Viris Illustribus Monasterii sui 
Libri II. 

Johannis Egonis, Prioris Augiensis 
0. S. Ben. de Viris Illustribus 
Mouasterii sui Tractatus. 

2, pt. 1. — B. Flaccii Alcuini Opus- 
culum de Comparatione Veteris 
et Novi Testamenti a Denario 
usque ad Unum, &c. cum Epi- 
stolis VII. ad Amonem Archiep. 
Salzburg. 

S. Wolfgangi Ep. Eatispon. Para- 
phrasis Psalmi 1. 

Erhardi de Lainig Abb. Petrensis 
Paraphrasis Psalmi xii. 

Walafridi Strabonis Augiensis Ab- 



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Pez (Bernardus) — continued. 

batis Ord. S. Ben. Homilia de 

Genealogia Christi. 
Vol. 2, pt. 1. — Theodorici Canonici 

Paterbrunnensis anno mlxxx. 

Commentatio in Orationem Do- 

minicam. 
Honorii Augustodun. 0. S. B. circa 

Mcxx. Hexameron. 
Idem de X. plagis ^Egypti spiritua- 

liter. 
Idem in Psalmos selectos. 
Ejusdem Scala Cosli Major. 
Ejusdem Scala Coeli Minor. 
Ejusdem Smnma Gloria de Aposto- 

lico et Augusto. 
Ejusdem Liber XII. Qutestionum. 
Ejusdem Libellus VIII. Quffist. de 

Angelo et Homine. 
Ejusdem Libellus de AnimsB Exilio 

et Patria. 
Ejusdem Libellus de libero Arbi- 

trio. 
Ejusdem Sacramentarium. 
Ejusdem Eucliaristion seu Lib. de 

Corp. et Sang. Domini. 
Idem de Vita claustrali. 
Irimperti Abbatis Admontensis Ord. 

S. Ben. an. mclxxv. Commen- 

tarius Allegoricus in Cantica 

Cantic. 
Ejusdem Liber de x. Oneribus 

Isaiffi. 
Tliomte Abbatis Vercellensis ad S, 

Andream Ord. Can. Keg. S. Aug. 

Commentarius Hierarchicus in 

Cantica Cantic. 
Vol. 2, pt. 2. — Maxentii Patriarchal 

Aquileiensis Epistola de ritibus 

Baptismi ad Carolnm Magnum. 
Adelheri Episcopi Ord. S. B. ad 
■ Nonsuindam Eeclusam Admonitio 

de Laude Cliaritatis seu Liber de 

Studio Virtutum. 
Galtlieri veteris Theologi Liber de 

Trinitate. 
Placidi Nonantulani, Episc. Liber 

de Honore Ecclesire. 
Helperici Monaclii Sanct-Gallensis 

Liber de Computo Ecclesiastico. 
Gerhohi Propositi Eeiclierspergensis 

Liber de /Edificio Dei seu de studio 

et cura DisciplinaD Ecclesiasticas. 
Ejusdem Dialogus de differentia 

Clerici Regularis et Secularis ad 

Innocentium II. P. M. 
Idungi CoenobitaB Emmeram. circa 

an Mcxc. Liber IV. Qua9st. de 

Clericis, Monachis et Sanctimoni- 

alibus. 
Anonymi Benedictini circa seculum 

duodecimum Dialogus de Esu 

Volatilium. 



Vol. 2, pt. 2. — Joliannis de Spira Prioris 
Mellicensis circa mccccxxx. Trac- 
tatus de Esu Carnium Mona- 
chorum infirmorum. 

Antiquus et amplus Ordo publice 
pcenitentium. 

Ordo dift'usior probandi Homines de 
Crimine suspectos per ignitos 
Vomeres, &c. 
Vol. 2, pt. 3. — Supplementuni Historise 
Miraculorum S. Matthiae Ap. 
Auctore Anonymo Benedictine 
Trevirensi. 

Acta S. Christophori M. versu et 
prosa descripta a Waltbero Sub- 
diacono Spirensi, qui Ottone III» 
Imp. floruit. 

Acta, et integra liactenus inedita 
Miracula S. Herculani Ep. Peru- 
sini et M. auctore Anonymo 
Perusino. 

S. Liutbirgis Reclusae in Dioecesi 
Halberstadiensi seculo IX. Vita 
auctore Anonymo. 

Vita S. Alberti Arcliiep. Cassellensis 
in Hybernia. 

Ludus Paschalis sub Friderico I» 
Imp. de Adventu Antichrist! in 
scena exhibitus. 

Henrici Archidiaconi Salzburg. 
Historia Calamitatum EcclesisB 
suae sub Adelberto Archiep. et 
Friderico I. Imp. 

Vita Chunradi I. Archiep. Salzburg, 
auctore Anonymo Reitenhasla- 
censi Ord. Cist. Synchrono. 

Vita S. Alrunse Marchionissaa Cham- 
bensis auctore Anonymo Nideral- 
tahensi Ord. S. Ben. 

Ludovici Barbi Ep. Tarvis. 0. S. 
B. Lib. de Initio et Progressu 
Congregat. S. Justinse de Padua, 
nunc Cassinensis. 

Vita B. Nicol. de Prussia auctore 
Juliano Janucnsi 0. S. B. 

Anonymi Epistola de rebus anni 
1456. 

Monumenta Vetera Res S. Simperti 
Ep. Augustani 0. S. B. illustran- 
tia. I. Adilberti Prioris Vdalri- 
cani Liber de ejus Vita et Mira- 
culis. II. Ejus Statuta Regularia 
pro Monasterio Murbacensi. III. 
Anonymi Vdalricani Liber de ejus 
Miraculis ab an. 1404 ad 1471. 
IV. Anonymi Vdalr. Liber Mira- 
culorum a 1488 ad 1495. V. 
Anonymi Vdalr. Acta secundfe 
Inventionis et Tl-anslationis S. 
Simperti 1491. VI. Actatertiae 
Translationis, &c. 

Van. Georgii Prioris Gemnicensis 



FEZ 



199. 



Pez (Bernardus) — continued. 

Ord. Cart. Diarium Peregrina- 

tionis transmarinae per ^gyptum 

et Syriam, &c. 
Vol. 3, pt. 1. — Ven, Hervei, Monaclii 

Dolensis, Ord. S. Bened. Com- 

mentarioruminlsaiam Prophetam 

Libri VUI. 
Vol. 3, pt. 2. — Gerberti, postea Sylvestri 

II. Pontificis Maximi Geometria. 
Ejusdem Epistola ad Adelboldum 

Episc. Trajectensem de Causa 

Diversitatis Arearum in Trigono 

aequilatero, &c. 
Adelboldi Episcopi Trajectensis Ord. 

S. Bened. Libellus de Eatione in- 

veniendi Crassitudinem Sphaerae. 
B. Hermanni Contract! Monacbi 

Augiensis Ord. S. Ben. Liber de 

Mensura Astrolabii. 
Ejusdem de Utilitatibus Astrolabii 

Libri 11. 
Ven. Otbloni Monaclii Sanct-Em- 

merammensis Ord. S. Ben. Dia- 

logus de tribus Quaestionibus, id 

est : de Divinse pietatis Agnitione, 

Judiciorumque Divinorum Diver- 

sitate, et de varia bene agendi 

Facultate. 
Ejusdem Epistola de Permissionis 

Bononim et Malorum Causis. 
Ejusdem Liber de Cursu SpirituaH. 
Ejusdem Narratio de quodam Mira- 

culo, quod nuper accidit cuidam 

Laico, &c. 
Ejusdem Liber de Admonitione 

Clericorum et Laicorum. 
Ejusdem Liber Metricus de Doctrina 

Spirituali cum aliis ejusdem 

diversi generis Carminibus. 
Ejusdem Liber Proverbiorum. 
Ejusdem Sermo in Natali Aposto- 

lorum. 
Ejusdem Liber Yisionum tum sua- 

rum tum aHorum. 
Ejusdem Praefatio in Vitam S. 

WoKgangi Episc. Eatisponens. a 

se emendati. Accessit \'ita quas- 

dam Ebnhmica ejusdem Sancti, 

&c. 
Petri Abaelardi Etbica seu Liber : 

Scito te ipsum. 
Vol. 3, pt. 3. — Viti Ampekii, Prioris 

Eberspergensis Ord. S. Ben. 

Cbronicon Bajoariae, in Quinque 

Libros tributum. 
Monumenta Vetera Historiam 
Inclyti Monasterii Tegernseensis 
in Bajoaria, Ord. S. Ben. illus- 

trantia. I. Historia Fundationis 

Tegemseens. auctore ut videtur 
Froumundo Monacbo Tegem- 
seensi. II. Cbronicon Monasterii 



Tegems. a prima Origine usque 
ad nostra Tempora. III. Historia 
Consecrationis Altarium Ecclesiae 
Tegems. IV. Tres vetustissimse 
Sequentiie de S. Quirino Eege, et 
MartjTre, Tutelari Tegerns. 
' Vol. 3, pt. 3. — Moniunenta \'etera Histo- 
riamlnclyti Monasterii Benedicto- 
Burani in Bajoaria illustrantia. 
I. Breve antiquum Cbronicon 
Benedicto-Buranum. 11. Eerum 
Benedicto-Bm*anarum Notitiae 
antiquae. III. Epistolae Bene- 
dicto-Buranfe, &c. IV. Anonymi 
Benedicto-Bui-ani Historia Fontis 
Salutis. 

Codex Diplomaticus Liclyti Mona- 
sterii Admontensis in Stiria Ord. 
S.Ben. 
Vol. 4, pt. 1. — Eemigij Autissiodorensis 
Ord. S. Ben. Commentarius in 
Genesim. 

Irimberti Abbatis Admontensis Ord. 
S. Ben. Commentariorum in 
Librum -ludicum Libri II. 

Ejusdem Expositio Libri Eutb. 

^Yalafi.•idi Strabonis, Abbatis Augi- 
ensis, Ord. S. Ben. Expositio XX. 
primorum Psalmorum. 
Vol. 4, pt. 2. — Severini Episcopi Doc- 
trina de Sapientia. 

S. Bonifacii Arcbiep. Moguntini et 
Mariyris Ord. S. Ben. Sermo de 
Abrenuntiatione in Baptismate. 

B. Eabani Mauri Ai-cbiepiscopi 
Moguntini Ord. S. Ben. Opuscu- 
lum de Passione Domini. 

Zacbariffi, incertae Sedis Episcopi, 
Sermo de S. Georgio Mart. 

Gente Constantis venerandi Sacer- 
dotis Tractatus de Passione et Glo- 
ria Beati Emmerammi Martyris. 

Arnoldi seu Arnolfi ex Comite 
Vobburgensi Monacbi et Decani 
Emmerammensis Ord. S. Ben. 
Homilia de Octo Beatitudinibus 
et S. Emmerammo Episcopo et 
Martyre. 

Ejusdem Carmen in Vitam S. Em- 
merammi a Meginfredo conscrip- 
tam. 

Bemonis Abbatis Augiensis Ord. S. 
Ben. Liber : Qualiter Adventus 
Domini celebretur, quando Nati- 
vitas Domini Feria secunda 
evenerit. 

Ejusdem Eatio generalis de Initio 
Adventus Domini secrmdum 
auctoritatem Hilarii Episcopi. 

Ejusdem Dialogus : Qualiter qua- 
tuor Temporum Jejunia per sua 
1 Sabbata sint observanda. 



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Pez (Bernardus) — continued. 

Vol. 4, pt. 2. — Ejusdeni Prologvts in 
Tonnrimii, sen Librum de Musica. 

Anselmi Episcopi Havelbergensis 
Ord. Can. Reg. S. Augustini 
Liber de Ordine Canonicorum 
Regularium. 

Algeri seu Adelgeri, Monaclii 
Cluniacensis Ord. !S. Bon. Libellus 
de Libero Arbitrio. 

Engelberti Abbatis Admontensis 
Ord. S. Ben. Tractatus de Libero 
Arbitrio. 

Stepbani Cartusife olim Dolanensis, 
nunc Olomucensis prinii Prions 
Medulla Tritici seu Antivviklefl'us. 

Ejusdem Antiliussus. 

Ejusdem Dialogus Volatilis inter 
Aucam et Passerem adversus 
Hussum. 

Ejusdem Liber Epistolaris Quinque- 
pertitus ad Hussitas. 
Vol. 4, pt. 8. — Ludovici Senioris 
Monacln et Diaconi S. Laurentii 
Leodiensis Ord. S. Bened. Scrip- 
turn de Adventu Reliquiarum B. 
Laurentii Martyris Rom?e Leo- 
dium. 

B. Joliannis Monachi S. Laurentii 
Leodiensis Ord. S. Ben. Visio 
Status Animarum post Mortem, et 
Miraculum S. Laurentii Martyris. 

Eeineri Monacbi S. Laurentii Leo- 
diensis Ord. S. Bened. de claris 
Scriptoribus Monasterii sui Libelli 
III. 

Ejusdem in Novem ante Natalitias 
Antiphonas, ab exordientes 
Commentatio. 

Ejusdem Speculum poenitentia}, seu 
de Vita S. Pelagi®, Libri II. 

Ejusdem Palmarium Virginale, seu 
de Vita et Passione Sanctje Marise 
Virginis Cappadocis Libri II. 

Ejusdem Flos Eremi, seu de vita S. 
Tbeobaldi Moiiaclii ct Eremitfe 
Libri II. 



Vol. 4, pt. 3. — Ejusdem de Conflictu 
duorum Ducum, et Animarum 
mirabili Eevelatione, ac de Milite 
captivo per salutarem Hostiam 
liberato Libelli metrici II. 

Ejusdem de Adventu Eeliquiarum 
S. Laurentii Eoma Leodium 
Liber metricus cum aliis diversi 
generis Carminibus et Epigram- 
matibus. 

Ejusdem Triumphalis Bulonici 
Libelli V. 

Ejusdem Vita Evraclii XLV. Epi- 
scopi Leodiensis. 

Ejusdem Vita Eeginardi L™\ Epi- 
scopi Leodiensis. 

Ejusdem Liber de Casu Fulminis 
super Ecclesiam Monasterii sui. 

Ejusdem Libellus Gratiarum Ac- 
tionis super Dedicatione nova 
Ecclesife Monasterii sui. 

Ejusdem Breviloquium de Incendio 
EcclesifE S. Lamberti Leo dii. 

Ejusdem Laclirimarum Libelli III. 

Ejusdem de Profectu Mortis Libri II. 

Andrese Presbyteri ad S. Magnum 
Eatisbonfe, Ord. Canonic. Ee- 
gular. S. Augustini Cbronicon 
Generale a Cbristo nato usque ad 
annum 1422. 

iEneae Sylvii, postea Pii II. Ponti- 
ficis Maximi Pentalogus do Eebus 
Ecclesite et Imperii. 

Emmenrici Monachi et Abbatis 
Elvvacensis Ord. S. Ben. Dialogus 
de Vita et Miraculis B. Hariolplii 
Episcopi Lingonensis, Fundatoris 
et Abbatis Monasterii Elvva- 
censis. 

Cbronicon Elvvacense integrum et 
genuinum a Nativitate Cliristi 
usque ad annum 1474. 
Vol. 5. 2 pts. Magni Gerbobi Comment. 

in Psalmos. 
Vol. 6. 2 pts. Codex Diplomatico-histo- 
rico-epistolaris. 



Philoscphoru:.! Graecorum Fragmenta, collegit, recensuit, vertit, annot. et prolegomenis 
illustr., indicibus instruxit F. G. A. MuUacbius, 3 vol. roy. 8vo Paris, 1860-81 



Vol. 1. Empedoclis Carmina. 
Timonis Philasii Fragm. 
Xenopbanis Carminum Eeliquia;. 
Parmenidis Carminum Eeliquiae. 
Epicbarmi Fragm. 
Cleanthis Carmina. 
Musaei Fragm. 
Orpliica Fragm. 
Porpliyrii Fragm. de Pliilosopbia ex 

Oraculis. 
Pythagoreorum Carmen Aureum. 
Alii Versus Pythagoreorum. 



Vol. 1. VII. Sapientum Carmina et 

Apophthegmata. 
Anaximandri, Anaxagorse, Diogenis 

Apolloniatae, Melissi, et Zenonis 

Fragm. 
Prffifatio ad Aristotelis Libellum de 

Melisso, Xenophane et Gorgia. 
Heracliti et Democriti Fragm. 
Ocelli Lucani de Universi Natura 

Libellus. 
Ejusdem Ocelli Fragm. 
Hieroclis Commentarius in Aureum 

Carmen. 



PHI — PH(E 



201 



Philosophokum GrsBCorum, &c. — continued. 



Vol. 1. Pythagoreorum Alionunque 
Pbilosophorum Similitudines. 

Demophili Similitudines ex Pytlia- 
goreis. 

Similitudines aliunde Collectae. 

Demophili Sententiae Pythagoricse. 

Alije Sententiae Pytliagoreoriun. 

Symbola Pythagorica. 

Secundi Atheniensis Sententiae. 

Secundi Eesponsa ad Interroga- 
tiones Hadi-iani. 

Altercatio Hadiiani et Secundi. 

Sexti Pytbagorici Sententiae. 

Sexti Pbilosopbi Enchiridion. 

Pythagoreorum Pbilosophorum Ee- 
hquiae : Diotegenis, Stbenidae, 
Ecphanti, Charondae, Zaleuci. 

Anonymi Disputationes Morales 
Dorice Conscriptae. 

Arcbytae Tarentini Fragm. 



Vol. 2. Prolegomena, De Pythagora 
ejusque discipulis et successoribus. 

Sophistae Graeci. 

Pythagoreorum, Philolai, etc. 

Fragm. Moraha, Hippodami, etc. 

Sophistarum Fragmenta Protagorae, 
etc. 

Cynicorum Fragm. Antisthenis, etc. 

Cyrenaicorum Fragm. Aristippi, etc. 
Vol. 3. Eusebius. 

Albinus. 

Sallustius. 

Speusippus. 

Xenocrates. 

Grantor. 

Nimienius. 

Severn s. 

Aristocles. 

Eudemus Ebodius. 

Andronicus Ebodius. 



Ph(exix (The) ; or, Eevival of Scarce and Valuable Pieces, 2 vol. 8vo 1707-8 



Vol. 1. 1. Letter concerning Origen and 
his opinions. 

2. God's first Sally out of Himself 
in the birth of the Universe, 

3. Torsbell's (S.) Design about dis- 
posing the Bible into an Har- 
mony. 

4. Christ's Birth Mistim'd, etc., 
provuig that Christ was not bom 
in December. 

5. Eeformatiou of the Church in 
Ireland, duiing the reigns of K. 
Henry VHI., Edward VI., and Q. 
Mary. 

Life and Death of Geo. Browne, 
Abp. of Dubhn. 

6. Bp. Barlow's Account of the Con- 
ferences between K. James I. and 
the Bishops at Hampton Court, 
January 14th, 1603. 

7. Xaunton's Fragmenta Eegalia; 
or, Observations on the late Q. 
Ehzabeth. 

8. J. Keymer's Observations on the 
Dutch Fishing, about 1601. 

9. Form and Order of the Corona- 
tion of King Charles II. at Scoon, 
Jan. 1651. 

10. Answer of the States-General 
to K. Charles U.'s Declaration of 
War, 1674. 

11. 12. The People's antient and 
just Liberties asserted m the 
Trval of W. Penn and W. Mead, 
Sept. 1670, and Thos. Eudyard, 
F. Moor, etc., Jmie and July, 
1670, with Appendix and Post- 
script and C. J. Vaughan's Eeport 
of Bushell's Case. 

13. Apologj- or Defence of Wilham 



I. of Nassau, Prince of Orange, 
etc., in answer to Phihp H.'s 
Proclamation against and Pro- 
scription of him, 1580. 
Vol. 1. 14. Brett's (S.) NaiTative of the 
Proceedings of the great Council 
of the Jews assembled at Ageda, 
in Hungary. 

15. Letters concerning K. Charles 
n.'s stedfastness in the Protes- 
tant Eehgion. 

16. Tnie Eelation of the late King's 
death, with copies of two papers 
•wiitten by the late K. Charles H., 
found in the strong box. 

Vol. 2. 17. Dean Colet's Sermon of 
Conforming and Eeforming, with 
his Life by Erasmus. 

18. Some Account of Lady Jane 
Grey, with four papers written 
by her own hand. 

19. Brief Discom-se of the Troubles 
begun at Frankfort, 1554, about 
the Com. Prayer Book, etc. 

20. Calvin's Common Prayer Book ; 
or. Service, DiscipHne, etc., of the 
Eughsh Church at Geneva. 

^1. Burden of Issachar ; or. Tyran- 
nical Power and Practices of the 
Presb^iierian Government in Scot- 
land. 

22. Hales of Eton's Brevis Dis- 
quisitio ; or. Inquiry concerning 
a better way of refuting Papists, 
etc., 1653. 

23. Hales, Discourse concerning 
the Peace and Concord of the 
Church. 

24. Eabbi Manasseh Ben Israel's 
Vindiciae Judaeonim. 



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Phcenix (The) — continued. 

Vol. 2. 

25. Dr. Kobert Jones's two Ser- 
mons on the Kesurrection rescued 
from the Soldiers' calumnies. 
1619. 

26. Of the Torments of Hell ; the 
foundation-pillars thereof dis- 
covered, searched, shaken, and 
removed, 1G58 (by Richardson). 

PiCHLER (Carohne) Schriften, 00 vol. in 16, 
Vol. 1-6. Die Schweden in Prag. 

Das Schloss im Gebirge, 
Vol. 7-12. Die Belagerung Wiens. 

Der Postzug. 
Vol. 13-17. Die Nebenbuhler. 

Horimirz, eine Bohmische Sago. 
Vol. 18-22. Die Grafen v. Hohenberg. 

Argayla. 
Vol. 23-30. Frauenwiirde. 

Die friih Verlobten. 
Vol. 31-36. Agathokles. 
Vol. 37, 38. Olivier. 

Stille Liebe. 
Vol. 39-42. Leonore. 

Das gefahrliche Spiel. 
Vol. 43-46. Wahre Liebe. 

Der schwarze Fritz. 

Carls des Grossen Jugendliebe. 

Zuleima. 

Quintin Messis. 

Die Walpurgisnacht. 

Schloss Wiernitz. 



27. Brief Account of the New Sect 
of Latitude -men. 
Vol. 2. 28, 29. George, Duke of Bucking, 
ham's Short Discourse upon the 
reasonableness of Men's having a 
Eeligion, and his Letter to the 
Author of A Short Answer. 

30. M. Clifford's Treatise of Human 
Eeason. 

sm. 8vo Stuttgart, 1827-29 

Vol. 47-50. Das Ideal. 

Der Husarenoffizier. 

Das vergebliche Opfer. 

Die goldene Scliale. 

Der entwendete Schuh. 

Das Kloster auf Capri. 

Der Blutracher. 

Der junge Maler. 
Vol. 51, 52. Eduard und Malvina. 

Alt und neuer Sinn. 
Vol. 53, 54. Der Pflegesohn. 

So war es nicht gemeint. 

Die Einsiedler auf dem Monserrat. 
Vol. 55, 56. Falkenberg. 

Sie war es dennoch. 

Der Amethyst. 
Vol. 57, 58. Abderachmen. 

Der Badaufenthalt. 
Vol. 59, 60. Der Graf von Barcellona. 

Die Stieftochter. 

Die Geschwister. 

Gleichnisse. 

PiNKEETON (J.) General Coll. of Voyages and Travels in all parts of the World, 17 vol. 4to 

1808-14 



Vol. 1. Willoughby's Voyage to North 
of Russia and Siberia. 

Dutch Voyages to North of Europe. 

Eegnard's Voyage to Lapland. 

Maupertuis's Voyage to Polar Circle. 

Outhier's Voyage to the North. 

Ehrenmalm's Voyage to W. Nordland. 

Leems's Ace. of Danish Lapland. 

Allison's Voyage fi-om Archangel. 

Phipp's Voyage to North Pole. 

Backstrom's Voyage to Spitzbergen. 

Von Troll's Voyage to Iceland. 

Kerguelen's Voyage to the North. 

Cumberland's Voyage to the Azores. 

Raleigh's Engagement near the 
Azores. 

De Chaste's Voyage to Tercera, etc. 
Vol. 2. Gonzales's Voyage to England. 

Shaw's Tour to W. of England. 

Bray's Tour in Derbyshire. 

Moritz's Tour in England. 

Skrine's Tour through Wales. 

Malldn's Tour through Wales. 

Hassell's Tour to Isle of Wight. 

Heath's Tour to Scilly Islands. 

Robertson's Tour to Isle of Man. 
Vol. 3. Pennant's Tours in Scotland. 



Vol. 3. Garnet's Account of the Drosacks. 

Martin's Western Islands. 

Martin's St. Kilda. 

Brand's Description of Orkneys. 

Hamilton's North of Ireland. 
Vol. 4. Lister's Journey to Paris. 

Young's Travels in France. 

Saussure's Ascent of Mont Blanc. 

Ramond's Ascent of Mont Perdu. 
Vol. 6. Spallanzani's Travels in Italy. 

Dolomieu's Earthquakes in Cala- 
bria, 1785. 

Bourgoanne's Travels in Spain. 

Coxe's Travels in Switzerland. 
Vol. 6. Reisbeck's Travels through Ger- 
many. 

Coxe's Travels through Denmark, 
Norway, and Russia. 

Fortis's Travels in Sweden. 
Vol. 7. Travels of Rabbi Benjamin ; of 
Rubruquis ; of Mai'co Polo ; of 
Two Mahometans. 

Nieuhoff's Travels in China. 

Bell's Travels in Asia. 

Hamel's Travels in Korea. 

Description of Tibet. 

Goez's Travels from Lahor to China. 



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PiNKERTON {J.)—contintted. 

Vol. 7. Missionaries' Travels in Tibet. 

Carai's Travels in Japan. 

Kempfer's Japan. 
Vol. 8. Sir T. Eoe's Journal. 

Bemier's Voyage. 

Extract from Tavemier's Voyage. 

Hamilton's East Indies. 

Lord's Discovery of Banians. 

Buchanan's Mysore. 
Vol. 9. Delia VaUe's, Cliardia's, Forster's, 
Franklin's Travels in Persia. 

Jenkinson's Travels in Bucharia. 

Balbi's Travels to Pegu. 

Symes's Embassy to Ava. 

Turpin's History of Siam. 

Baron's History of Tonquin. 

Pdcbard's History of Tonquin. 

Borri's Cochin China. 
Vol. 10. Niebuhr's Travels in Arabia. 

Blount's Voyage up Levant. 

Dandini's Voyage to Mount Libanus. 

Maundrell's Journey to Jerusalem. 

Journey to Mount Sinai. 

Pocock's Travels in the East. 
Vol. 11. Dampier's Ace. of Plnhppines 
and of New Holland. 

Extract from Des Guignes, Stavo- 
rinus, Pigafetta, and De Brosse. 

Abstract of Cook's Voyages. 

Peron's Voyage. 
Vol. 12. Columbus's Disc, of W. Indies. 

Frobisher's Voyages to Virginia. 

Cartier's New France. 
Vol. 13. Smith's History of Virginia. 

Lahontan's Travels in Canada. 



Vol. 13. Kalm's Travels in N. America. 

Bumaby's Travels in ditto. 
Vol. 14. Betagh's Account of Peru. 

Bouguer's Voyage to Peru. 

OvaU's Voyage to Chili. 

Condamine's Voyage to South 
America. 

Ulloa's Voyage to ditto. 

Nieuhoff's Voyage to Brazil. 
Vol. 15. Lobo's Voyage to Abyssinia. 

Poncet's Voyage to ditto. 

Browne's Voyage to Dar Fur. 

Pococke's Travels in Egypt. 

Addison's Travels in West Barbary. 

Windus's Travels to Mequinez. 

Shaw's Travels in Barbary. 

Lempriere's Travels to Morocco. 

Abd-AUatifs Eelation concerning 
Egypt. 
Vol. 16. Thunberg's Account of Cape of 
Good Hope. 

Angelo's Voyage to Congo. 

MeroUa's Voyage to Congo. 

Battell's Voyage to Angola. 

Bonnan's Voyage to Guinea. 

Proyart's Voyage to Loango, etc. 

Adanson's Voyage to Senegal. 

Eochon's Voyage to Madagascar. 

Glas's Account of Canary Islands. 

Park's Travels in Africa. 
Vol. 17. Origia and Progress of Dis- 
covery. 

Catalogue of Voyages and Travels. 
General Index. 



PiSTORius (Jo. Nid.), Berum Germanicarum Scriptores aliquot iasignes qui historiam 
etc. Germanormn, medii potiss. aevi, iude a Carolo Magno ad Carolum V. usque per 
Annales litteris consignarunt, edit. 'Stia, curante B. G. Stru\"io, cum notis etc. 3 vol. fol. 

Batisb. 1726 



Vol. 1. Eegionis (Monachi Primiensis) 

Annales. 
Herm. Contracti, Comitis Veringen- 

sis Chronicon. 
Lambert. Schaffnaburgensis, Hirsch- 

feld. Monachus, de rebus gestis 

Germanorum. 
Appendix ad Lambertum, scripta 

ab Erphesphordiensi quodam Mo- 

nacho. 
Mariani Scoti (Monachi Fuldensis) 

Chronicorum Libri Tres. 
Dodechini (Abbatis Monast. S. Dy- 

sibodi) ad Chronica M. Scoti 

Appendix. 
Sigeberti (Gemblacensis Ccenobitae) 

Chronographia. 
Eoberti de Monte Complementum 

ad Sigebertum. 
Siffridi (Presbyteri Misnensis) Epi- 
tomes Libri 2. 
Anonymi Compilatio Chronol. de 



diversis Chronicis Pontificum et 
Imperatorum, ab initio mundi ad 
annum 1474. 
Vol. 1. Pauli Langii Episcoporum Citi- 
censis Ecclesiae Historia (968- 
lo20j. 

Anonymi Erphesphordiensis, His- 
toria de Landgra\"iis Thuringise 
(28-1426). 

Annales Brevissimi de vet. Land- 
graviorum Thuringiae origine, 
nuptiis, hberis, rebus gestis. 

J. Pistorii Genealogia Landgravio- 
rum omnium Thuringiae et Hassiss. 
Vol. 2. Godefridi Viterbiensis Pantheon 
(ad a. 1186). 

"Wemeri Eolewinck Fasciculus Tem- 
porum, omnes antiquormn Chro- 
nicas complectens (ad a. 1444). 

Joannis Linturii Appendix ad Fasci- 
culum Temporum W. Eolewinck 
(1475-1514). 



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PiSTOKiDS (Jo. Nid.) — continued. 

Vol. 2. Hulderici Mutii de Germanorum 
prima origine, moribus, institutis, 
legibus et memorabilibus Libri 81 
(ad a. 1539). 

Vol. 8. Magnum Chronicon Belgicum, 
collectore Ord. S. Augustini 
Canonicormn regularium prope 
Nussiam Eeligioso (54-1474). 
Wippo, Presbyter, de vita Cunradi 
2 Salici Imp. (1024-1039). 



Vol. 8. Tradition um Fuldensimn Libri 
tres. 

Sigism. Meisterlein Chronicon Ec- 
clesiasticum (G8-1483). 

Jac. Manlii (Brigantini) Chroni- 
con Episcopatus Constantiensis, 
postea ab alio auctum, adjectis 
Episcoporum Familiis (68-1503). 

Incerti Auctoris Chronicon Episcop. 
Mindensium (788-1599). 



PoEMATA Latina Saeculi XVI. separatim edita, in miuni volumen collecta, 4to 1548-1606 



Fabricius (T.) Gallus Francofordianus ; 
Francof. 1579. 

Fabricius (T.) Hendecasyllabi Christi 
Jesu et Marire Virginis ; ih. 1579. 

Oliverius (Hieron.) Liber de Imperio 
Komano, etc. restituto ; Aicg. Vindcl. 
1548. 

Maierius (Aug.) De Laudibus Alberti V., 
Boicorum Ducis ; Ingolst. 1582. 

Theveninus (Pant.) Dialogus de rebus 
gestis, prffisertim vero de gloriosa in 
CoelumassumptioneB. Mariae Virginis, 
etc. ; ib. 1585. 

Crinitus (Dav.) Disticha de inaugura- 
tione, obitu, etc., Eeguni Bohemorum, 
cum efifigiebus; Prague, 1561. 

Pub. Pecus Sejan.Brixiensis Epitaphium 
Liber ; Cremonce, 1551. 

Bartholdus (Geo.) Bruxia Bohemiae de- 
lineata carmine, rebusque suis memor- 
abilibus illustrata ; Praga, 1593. 

Illustrium ahquot Germanorum Carmi- 
num Liber, de immanissima summeque 
miseranda Christianorum laniena, ab 
impiis et crudelissimis Gallige Tyran- 
nis, Lutetiee Parisiorum,Lugduni, etc., 
patrata, anno Salutis MDLXX.II. ; 
Vilnce, 1573. 

Aurea Partlienife Sodalitas Academica, 
etc., alm« Acad. Societatis Jesu ; 
OloynuthicB, 1598. 

Cisnerus (Nic.) Memoriae Illust. Principis 
ac Domini Friderici III., Comitis 
Palatini, etc. ; Heidelb. 1576. 

Engerdus (Jo.) Paraphrasis Psalmi 
Ixxxix.; Ingolst. 1578. 

Arconatus (Hieron.) De Diversitate Mu- 
lierum Iambi Senarii ex Graeco Simo- 
nidis conversi ; Vienna, 1590. 

Phantasia Poetica de Nuptiis Aquilaj ; 
ib. 1596. 

Locheri (Giov.) II Melanuro, rid. in 
ottava rima per Nic. Pierio ; ib. 
1598. 



Seegerius (Jo.) Melanurus, veram his- 
toriani continens primi Hungariae 
propugnaculi [Raab] ex Turcarum 
manibus recuperati ; ib. 1598. 

Bergerus (Elias) Domus augustissimae 
Austria, Columnfe Sidera, Cfesarei 
monarch^ Archiduces (2 partibus) ; 
ib. 1602. 

Kaufiman (J. C), Carminum Libellus de 
Terrtemotibus anni XC, etc. ; ib. 
1599. 

Honor, viri nob. et excellent. J. Bier- 
dumphelii Hilperhus, Phil, et Med. 
Doctoris, etc. ; Jena, 1598. 

Lucius (Steph.) Panegyris in Rev. et Am- 
pliss. Prjesulem Steph. Szuliai, electo 
episcopo Agrensi, etc. ; Vienna, 1600. 

Conradus (G.) Hecatomphonia Victims 
Musicae ex disticho uno, etc. ; Vratisl. 
1603. 

Portner (Jo.) Encomion virtutis ejus- 
demque fiharum, etc., Jo. Rausch, 
Herzolingensis Monasterii decano, 
etc. ; Vienna, 1604. 

Monumenta vitee et obitus Annae Mar. 
Breynerinn et Baronissae Truchsessi- 
anse a Waldburg ; Praga, 1606. 

Pub. Virgilii Maronis 'ETntiaXufuny 
solemnitati nuptiali Dom. Ferdinand! 
L. B. in Herbertstein et D. Elizabethas 
a Greissen ad. Walt, etc. ; Vienna, 
1605. 

Lindenberger (Jo.) Strenuus Conflictus 
Michaelis Archangeli cum Dracone 
infernali ; ib. 1605. 

Laurmannus (Leop.) Aulas Ctesaresa Pro- 
sopopoeia lugubris in obitum Dom. 
Wolffgangi Unverzagt, lib. baronis in 
Ebenfurt, etc. ; Praga, 1606. 

Epithalamia in Nuptiarum diem Dom. 
Sigismmidi Geisler, Philos. ac Medi- 
cine Doctoris et nobilis ac generosae 
matronae Margarethas Peckin, etc. ; 
Vienna, 1606. 



PoETiE Latini Minores, curavit J. C. Wernsdorf, 6 vol. in 10, Bvo Altemb. 1780-98 



Vol. 1. Olympius Nemes. Gratius Falis- 
cus. 
M. A. 0. Nemesianus. 
D. M. Ausonius. 



Vol. 2. T. Calpurnius. 
A. Sept. Serenus. 
M. Ausonius. 
Severus Sanctus ; Optatianus. 



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PoET^ Latini Minores — continued. 

Vol. 2. P. 0. Porpbvrius. 

Vol. 3. Satyrici, etc., Valerius Cato. 

Petronius Arbiter. 

Tumus. 

Sulpicia. 

Eucharia. 

CI. Marius Victor. 

Virgilius. 

Albinovanus. 

Com. Gallus. 

Arborius. 

Sulpicius Lupercus. 

Pentadius. 

Firmianus Lactantius. 

Vestritius Spurinna. 

Statius. 

C. Firm. Symposius. 

Euiinus. 

Palladius. 

Ausonius. 

Pentadus. 

Focas Grammaticus. 

Lindinus. 

Prosper Tvro. 

Flori (?) Pers-igilium Veneris. 
Vol. 4. Carm. Heroica, pfc. 1 et 
LuciHus, jun. 

Poets, Englisb, Works of, from Cbaucer to Cowper, including tbe series edited by 
Dr. .Johnson ; with bis Prefaces, Biograpbical and Critical, and tbe most approved 
Translations : tbe additional Lives by Ales. Chalmers, 21 vol. roy. 8vo 1810 



Vol. 4. Com. Severus. 

Albinovanus. 

Saleius Bassus. 

Petronius Arbiter. 

Taurinus. 

Reposianus. 

Licentius. 

Incerti Epitome Hiados Homeri, etc. 
Vol. 5. Carm. Geogi-aph., pt. 1, 2, 3. 
I CI. Rutilius Numatianus. 

j Hildebertus. 

I Priscianus ex Dionysio. 

I R. F. A^-ianus. 

j Ausonius. 

! P. Ter. Varro. 

Vol. 6. Carm. de Re Hortensi, etc., pt. 
1, 2. Columella. 
j Palladius. 

; Vomanus. 

Ausonius. 
j Maximinus. 

! Of. Sergianus. 

Alb. Ovid. Juventinus. 
j Jul. Speratus. 

C. F. Symposius. 

Ausonius. 



Vol. 


1. Cbaucer. 


Vol. 


G 


Brome. 


Vol. 


2. Gower. 






C. Cotton. 




Skelton. 


Vol. 


7 


Cowley. 




Howard. 






Denham. 




Wyat. 






Milton. 




Gascoigne. 


Vol. 


8 


WaUer. 




Tm-berville. 






Butler. 


Vol. 


3. Spenser. 
Daniel. 






Rochester. 
Roscommon. 


Vol. 


4. Dra}i:on. 
AVarner. 






Otway. 
Pomfret. 


Vol. 


5. Shakespeare. 
Da^-ies. 
Doime. 
Bishop Hall. 
Earl of Stii-ling. 
Ben .Jonson. 






Dorset. 
Stepnev. 
J. Phillips. 
Walsh. 

Dryden [cont. in 
vol. 9). 




Bishop Corbet. 


Vol. 


9. 


Smith. 




Carew. 






Duke. 




W. Drummond. 






King. 


Vol. 


6. J. Fletcher. 






Bp. Sprat. 




G. Fletcher. 






Halifax. 




P. Fletcher. 






Pamell. 




F. Beaimiont. 






Garth. 




Browne. 






Rowe. 




Davenant. 






Addison. 




Habington. 


Vol. 


10. Hughes. 1 




Suckling. 






Sheffield. 




Cart Wright. 






Prior. 




Crash aw. 






Congreve. 




Sherburne. 






Blackmore. 



Vol. 10. 
Vol. 11, 



Vol. 12, 



Vol. 13. 



Vol. 14. 



Fenton. 

Gay. 

Lansdowne. 

Yalden. 

Tickell. 

Hammond. 

Somerville. 

Savage. 

Swift. 

Broome. 

Pope. 

Pitt. 

Thomson. 

Watts. 

Am. Phillips. 

West. 

Collins. 

Dyer. 

Shenstone. 

Young. 

MaUet. 

Akenside. 

Gray. 

Lyttelton. 

Moore. 

Cawthome. 

Churchill. 

Falconer. 

Cunningham. 

Grainger. 

Boyse. 



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Poets, English — continued. 

Vol. 15. W. Thompson. 

Blair. 

Lloyd. 

Green. 

Byrom. 

Dodsley. 

Chatterton. 

Cooper. 

Smollett. 

Hamilton. 
Vol. 16. Smart. 

Wilkie. 

P. Whitehead. 

Fawkes. 

Lovibond. 

Harte. 

Langhorne. 

Goldsmith. 

Armstrong. 

Poets, British, by Anderson, 

Vol. 1. Chancer. 

Surrey. 

Wyatt. 

Sackville. 
Vol. 2. Spenser. 

Shakespeare. 

Davies. 

Hall, Jos. 
Vol. 3. Drayton. 

Carew. 

Suckhng. 
Vol. 4. Donne. 

Daniel. 

Browne, W. 

Fletcher, P. 

Fletcher, G. 

Jonson. 
^ Drmnmond. 

Crashaw. 
Davenant. 
Vol. 5. Milton. 
Cowley. 
Waller. 
Butler. 
Denham. 
Vol. G. Dryden. 

Eochester. 
Eoscommon. 
Otway. 
Pomfret. 
Stepney. 
Philips, J. 
Walsh. 
Smith, Edm. 
Duke. 
King, W. 
Sprat. 
Halifax. 
Vol. 7. Pamell. 
Garth. 
Eowe. 



Vol. 16. S. Johnson. 
Vol. 17. Glover. 

W. Whitehead. 

Jago. 

Brooke. 

J. Scott. 

Mickle. 

Jenyns. 
Vol. 18. N. Cotton. 

Logan. 

T. Warton. 

J. Warton. 

Blacklock. 

Cambridge. 

Mason. 

Jones. 

Beattie. 

Cowper. 



Vol. 19. Pope's Homer. 

Dryden's Virgil 
and Juvenal. 

Pitt's Virgil. 

Vida. 

Francis's Horace. 
Vol. 20. Eowe's Lucan. 

Grainger's Tibul- 
lus. 

Fawkes's Theo- 
critus, Bion, 
and Moschus. 

Garth's Ovid, 

Le'nds's Statins. 

Cook's Hesiod. 
Vol. 21. Hoole's Ariosto. 

Tasso. 

Mickle's Camoens' 
Lusiad. 



13 vol. roy. 8vo 

Vol. 7. Addison. 

Hughes. 

Sheffield. 

Prior. 

Congreve. 

Blackmore. 

Fenton. 

Granville. 

Yalden. 
Vol. 8. Pope. 

Gay. 

Tickell. 

Somerville. 

Pattison. 

Hammond. 

Savage. 

Hill, A. 

Broome. 

Pitt. 

Blair. 
Vol. 9. Swift. 

Thomson. 

Watts. 

Hamilton. 

Philips, A. 

West, g: 

Collins. 
Dyer. 

Shenstone. 
Mallet. 
Akenside. 
Harte. 
Vol. 10. Young. 
Gray. 
West, E. 
Lyttelton. 
Moore, E. 
Boyse. 

Thompson, W. 
Cawthorn. 
ChurchiU. 



.1793-1807 



Vol. 10. Falconer. 

Lloyd. 

Cunningham. 

Green, M. 

Cooper. 

Goldsmith. 

Whitehead, P. 

Brown, J. 

Granger. 

Smollett. 
Vol. 11. Wilkie. 

Dodsley. 

Smart. 

Langhorne. 

Bruce. 

Chatterton. 

Graeme. 

Glover. 

Shaw. 

Lovibond. 

Penrose. 

Mickle. 
Jago. 

Scott, J. 
Johnson, Sam. 
Whitehead, ^^^ 
Jenyns. 
Logan. 

Warton, Thomas. 
Cotton. 
Blacklock. 
Vol. 12. Pope's Homer. 
West's Pindar, 
Dryden's Virgil. 

Persius. 

Juvenal. 

Pitt's .Slneid. 
Eowe's Lucan. 
Homer's Hymn to 
Ceres. 



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Poets, British — continued. 

Vol. 12. Pindar's Odes 
omitted by 

West. 

Vol. 18. Cooke's Hesiod. 
Fawkes's Theo- 
critus. 



Yol. 13. Fawkes's Ana- 
creon. 

Sappho. 

Bion. 

Moschus. 

Musaeus. 



Vol. 13. Fawkes's Apollon. 
Ehod. 

Creech's Lucre- 
tius. 

Grainger's Tibul- 
lus. 



PoLEXUS (Joan.), Utriusque Thesauri Antiquitatum Romanarura Graecarumque Nova 
Supplementa, 5 vol. folio Paris, 1735 



Vol. 1. Merula CP.) de Legibus et de 
Comitiis Bomanorum. 

Aicheri (P. 0.) Brevis Institutio de 
Comitiis veterum Bomanorum. 

Poleti (F.) Historia Fori Eomani 
restituta, illustrate, et aucta. 

Majoragii (M. A.) de Senatu Romano 
Libellus. 

-Slgyptii (M.) Senatus Consulti de 
Bacchanahbus exphcatio. 

Burmanni (P.) de Vectigahbus 
Populi Eomani Dissert. 

Barisomi (A.) de Archivis Com- 
ment. 

Bonifacii (B.) de Archivis liber 
singularis. 

GentUis (S.) Disputationum illus- 
trium, sive de Jure Pubhco Popuh 
Romani hb. 

A. G. de Armis Romanis hbrf duo. 
Vol. 2. Cuperi (G.) Apotheosis, vel Con- 
secratio Homeri ; ExpUcatio 
Gammas Augusteae; Numismata 
antiqua exphcata ; Inscriptiones 
et Marmora antiqua exposita et 
illustrata ; de Utihtate, quam ex 
Numismatis Principes capere 
possunt Dissertatio. 

Schott, HomericfB Apotheosis in 
antiquo lapide designate nova ex- 
planatio. 

Le Roy (J.), Achates Tiberianus. 

Cuperi (G.) Harpocrates et Monu- 
menta antiqua inedita. 

Le Morne (S.) de Melanophoris Epi- 
stola. 

Salmasii (C.) duarum Liscriptionum 
veterum exphcatio ; ad Dosiad^ 
Aras ; Simmiae Rhodii Ovum, 
Alas, Securim ; Theocriti Fistu- 
1am, Notae. 

D'Amaud (G.) de Diis HAPEAPOIS 
Commentarius. 

Gutberlethi (T.) de Mysteriis Deorum 
Cabiroruni Dissertatio Philo- 
logica. 

Astorii (J.) de Diis Cabiris Disser- 
tatio. 

Brouerii de Niedek (Matt.) de Popu- 
lorum vet. ac recent. Adorationi- 
bus Dissertatio. 

Patini (C.) in Tres Liscriptiones 
Graecas Comment. ; in antiqurun 



Monumentum Marcellinae et in 
antiquum Cenotaphium Marci 
Antonii Comment. 
Vol. 3. Gorii (A. F.) Descriptio Monu- 
menti, sive Columbarii hbertorum 
et servorum Liviae Augustas et 
Caesarum, Romae detecti in Via 
Appia, anno 1726, cum notis Ant. 
Mariae Salvini. 

Ferrarii (0.) Dissert, de Balneis et 
de Gladiatoribus, 

CaUiachii(X.) Dissert, de Gladiatori- 
bus ; et de Supphciis Servorum. 

Loon (W. a.) Eleutheria, sive de 
Manumissione Servorum apud 
Romanos Libri 4. 

Claudii (J. J.) Diatribe de XuLrici- 
bus et Paedagogis. 

Mercuriahs (H.) de Arte Gymnastica, 
Lib. 6. 

Bombardinus (A.) de Carcere. 

Schoettgenii (C.) Historia Libra- 
riorum Bibliopolarum veteris et 
medii aevi. 

Eschenbachii (J. A.) de Scribis 
veterum Bomanorum Dissert. 

Clerici (J.) de Styhs vetemm et 
variis Cartarum Generibus Dis- 
sert. 

Pignorii (L.) de Servis et eorum 
apud veteres ministeriis Com- 
ment. 

Velseri (Ant.) ad Hieronymum 
Fabrum Medicum de Zeta et 
Zetario, sive Diasta et Diastario 
Epistola. 

Popmae (T.) Phrysii de Operis Ser- 
vorum Liber. 
Vol. 4. Cuperi (G.) et Sperlingii (Ottonis) 
Dissertationes, sive Epistolae 
mutuae, de variis rebus et qujes- 
tionibus quae pertinent ad Anti- 
quitates Graecas et Romanas, 
nunc primum ex MSS. editae ex 
Museo Jo. Grammii. 

Calhaehii (N.) Dissert, de Osiride, 
et de Sacris Eleusiniis et eorum- 
dem Mysteriis. 

Relandi (A.) Dissertatio de Diis 
Cabiris. 

Gutberlethi (T.) Conjectanea in 
Monumentum Heriae, Thisbes 
Monodiariae, et Titi Claudii Gla- 



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PoLENUS (Joan.) — continued. 

phyri Choraulae ; et Animadv. 
Pliilologicas in antiquam inscrip- 
tionem Gr^ecam Smyrnae reper- 
tam. 
Vol. 4. Sponii (J.) Rei Antiquariae selectae 
Quffistiones ; Miscellanea Eruditae 
Antiquitatis, in quibus Marmora, 
Status?, Musiva, Toreumata, 
Ciemniffi, Numismata, referuntur 
ac illustrantur. 
Vol. 5. Maffei (March. Scipionis) de 
Ampliitbeatro, ac praecipue de 
Veronensi, Lib. 2 ; de Ampbi- 
tbeatris Galliae, Epistola ad 
March. J. Polenum ; de Antiquis 
Galliffi tbeatris, Epistola ad B. 
Zendrinum. 

Martini (E.) de Tbeatro Saguntino. 

Minianae Valentini (J. E.) de Tbea- 
tro Saguntino dialosfus. 



Vol. 5. Miniani (J. E.) de Circi Antiqui- 
tate et ejus structura dialogus. 

Calliachii (N.) Dissert, de Ludis 
Scenicis ; et de Circensibus ludis. 

Mazzochii (A. S.) in mutilum Cam- 
pani Ampbitbeatri titulum ali- 
asque nonnullas Campanas In- 
scriptiones Comment. 

Gutberletbi (T.) de Sahis Martis 
Sacerdotibus apud Eomanos, 
liber. 

Schefferi (.J.) de Militia Navali Ve- 
terum, Lib. 4, ad Historiam 
GrjBcam Latinamque utiles ; de 
Re Vehiculari veterum, Lib. 2. 

Ligorii (P.) de Vebiculis Anti- 
quorum Diatriba. 

Scbefferi (J.) in Diatribam P. 
Ligorii Not*. 



PoTHiER, (Euvres, annotees et mises en correlation avec le Code civil et la Legislation 
actuelle, par M. Bugnet, 10 vol. 8vo 1845-48. 



Vol. 1. Coutumes d'Orleans. 

Vol. 2. Eloge de Pothier. Traite des 
Obligations. De la Prestation des 
Fautes. 

Vol. 3. Du Contrat de Vente. Des Re- 
traits. Constitution de Rente. 

Vol. 4. Contrat de Louage, de Bail a 
Rente, de Societe des Cheptels, 
des Louages mari times, de 
Change. 

Vol. 5. Pret a usage, Precaire, Pret de 
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\\ Indebiti, Contrats de Depot, de 

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Preciput legal des Nobles. 

Vol. 7. Puissance du Mari. De la Com- 
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Mari et Femme. 

Vol. 8. Successions, Donations testa- 
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Vol. 9. Des Personnes et des Glioses, du 
Domaine de Propriete de la Posses- 
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Procedure criminelle. Table g6- 
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Vol. 1, 2, 3. Memoires d'un Homme de 

Qualite. 
Hist, de Manon Lescaut. 
Vol. 4, 7. Histoire de Cleveland, fils 

naturel de Cromwell. 
Vol. 8-10. Le Doyen de Killerine. 
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derne. 
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de * * *, ou Memoires, etc., de 

Malte. 
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Eeine d'Angleterre. 
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Lade. 



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querant. 
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Clarisse Harlowe. 
Chevalier Grandisson. 
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Vol. 30-32. Memoires p. s. k I'Histoire 

de la Vertu. 
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Tout pour I'Amour (Trag^die de 
Dry den). 
Vol. 34. Almoran et Hamet, par Lang- 
borne. 
Lettres de Mentor. 
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Vol. 36-39. Histoire de Ciceron, par 
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1 vol. : o vol. fol 1625-26 



Part 1. — Books 1-6. Voyages by the 
Ancients. 

Circumnavigation of the Globe. 

Voyages along the Coasts of Africa 
to the East Indies. 

Japan. 

CMna. 

Phihppines. 

Pfersia. 

Arabian Gidf and the Asiatic Con- 
tinent bevond the Indies. 
Part 2.— Books '7-10. Africa. 

Eg}Tt. 
Deserts. 
Morocco. 
Fez. 
Bugia. 
Tunis. 
Algiers. 
^Ethiopia. 
Abyssinia. 
Asia Minor. 
Palestine. 
Natoha. 
Syria. 
Arabia. 
Persia. 

Other parts of Asia. 
Assyria. 

Armenia, India, etc. 
Voyages omitted : China and Japan. 
Siam. 
Ormuz. 
Goa Cambaia. 
Pegu. 
M^acca. 
Zeilan. 
Cochin. 

Constantinople. 
Greek Islands. 
Part 3. — Books 1-5. Travels of Rubru- 

quis. 
Marco Polo, Mandeville. 
Eamusio's Collections, etc. 
Eng. Discoveries to the North and 

North-east. 
China and Japan. 



Part 3. — Russia and Dutch Voyages to 
Greenland. 

Siberia. 

Norway. 

Iceland. 

West Indies. 

New Spain, Peru. 
Part 4. — Books 7-10. Voyage of the 
Earl of Cumberland; or, First 
Enghsh Voyages to America : 
Cabot. 

Hawkins. 

Sir Francis Drake. 

Candish. 

Knivet. 

Brazil. 

Angola. 

Congo. 

Massangana. 

Guiana. 

The River of Amazons. 

Sir E. Hawkins' Voyage to the 
South Sea. 

Terra Australis Incognita. 

Pizarro's Conquest of Peru. 

Florida. 

Alvaro Nunez. 

Ferd. de Soto. 

New Mexico. 

Las Casas' Narrative of the De- 
struction of the Indies by the 
Spaniards. 

French Voyages to Canada. 

Enghsh Voyages to, and Colonies in 
Virginia. 

Bermudas. 

New England. 

Nova Scotia. 

Newfoundland. 

The Spanish Armada. 

The Portugal Voyage, 1589. 

The Voyage to Cadiz, 1596. 

Voyage to the Azores, 1597. 
Part 5. — Pilgrimage. 

Relations of the World, and the 
Religions observed in all Ages 
and Places discovered from the 
Creation unto this present. 



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Vol. 1. Leone Africano, Descr. dell' 
Africa. 
Cada Mosto, Navigations 
Pedro de Cintra, Navigatione. 
Hannone, Navigatione. 
Navigationi Portoghesi : Vasco de 
Gama, Pedro Alvarez, Amerigo 
Vespucci, Th. Lopez. 
II. 



Vol. 1. Navigazioni di G. da Empoh, L. 
Barthema, lambolo. And. Corsah, 
F. Alvarez, Nearcho, del Mar 
Rosso, Arriano. 
Barbosa, Indie Orient. 
Nicolo di Couti, Viaggio. 
H. de San Stefano, Viaggio. 
Pigafetta, V. att. il Mondo."*" 

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Bamusio (G. B.) — continued. 

Vol. 1. J. Gaetan, Discop. dell' Isole 

Molucche. 
Inform, dell' Isola del Giapan. 
Estratt. de G. de Barros. 
Vol. 2. Marco Polo. 
Ay ton Armeno. 
Angiolello, Vita, etc., d'Ussuncassan, 

Ee di Persia. 
Viaggio d' un Mercante nella Persia. 
J. Barbaro, V. alia Tana e in 

Persia. 
Arab. Contarino, Viaggio in Persia. 
Alb. Campense, Cose di Moscovia. 
P. Giovio, Cose di Moscovia. 
Arriano del Mar maggiore. 
G. Interiano, Vita de Zychi. 
Hippocrate dell' aere e dell' acqua. 
P. Quirini, Viaggio e Naufragio. 
Herberstan, della Moscovia e 

Eussia. 
K, Zeno, Viaggio di Persia. 
Frate Minori, Due Viaggi in Tar- 

taria, 1247. 
B. Oderico, Due Viaggi. 



Vol. 8. P. Martire, Somra. dell' Hist» 

deir Indie Occid. 
G. Fern, d' Oviedo, Somm. della 

sua Hist, deir Indie Occid. 
Fern. Cortese, Eelationi 2, 3, 4. 
P. d' Alvarado, Lettere due a Cor- 
tese. 
D. Godoi, Lett, a Cortese. 
Alv. Nunez, Eelatione. 
Nun. de Gusman, Eelatione. 
Fr. d'Ulloa, Navigatione. 
Ant. di Mendozza, Discop. della 

Terra Ferma di Nuov. Sp. 
Fra Marco di Nizza, Viaggio a 

Cevola. 
Fr. Vasquez, Viaggio. F. Alarclion^ 

Navig. alle sette Citt^. 
Tre Eelationi del Disc, e Conquista 

del Peru da Franc. Pizarro. 
G. F. d' Oviedo, Navig. per il gr. 

fiume Maragnon. 
Giov. di Verrazzano, Eelat. della 

terra per lui scoperta, 1524. 
J. Carthier, Eelationi della Nueva 

Francia. 



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Agassiz, Bibliograpliia Zoologiae et Geo- 
logise. 

Alder and Hancock's Nudibranchiate 
MoUusca. 

Allman, Gymnoblastic Hydroids. 

Monograph on Hydroids. 

Baird, British Entomostraca. 

Blackwall, History of Spiders, 2 parts. 

Botanical and Physiological Memoirs. 

Bowerhanh, Spongiadse, 2 vol. 

Brady (G. S.) Copepoda of the British 
Islands. 

Brown (E.) Botanical Works, 2 vol. and 
Atlas. 

Buckler, LarvaB of British Butterflies. 

Buchton (G. B.) British Aphides. 

Burmeister, Organisation of Trilobites. 

Cameron (P.) British Phytophagous 
Hymenoptera. 

Carpenter on the Foraminifera. 

Darwin, Cirripedia. 



Douglas & Scott, British Hemiptera. 

Flower, Memoirs on the Cetacea. 

Forbes, British Naked-eyed Medusas. 

Gilnther, Eeptiles of British India. 

Hofmeister on the Higher Cryptogamia. 

Huxley, Oceanic Hydrozoa. 

Leighton, Angiocarpous Lichens. 

Lubbock, Monograph of Collembola. 

Mcintosh, Monograph of the British 
Annelids, 2 parts. 

Master, Vegetable Teratology. 

Meyen, Geography of Plants. 

Michael (A.) British Oribatidie. 

Nitzsch, Pterylography, folio. 

Oken, Physiophilosophy. 

Parker on the Shoulder-blade and Ster- 
num in the Vertebrata. 

Bay, Memorials of, by Lankester. 

Correspondence. 

Steenstrup, Alternation of Generations. 

Williamson, British Foraminifera. 



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Vol. 1. 2 parts. Willermus Tyriensis 
Archiep. 

Vol. 2. L'Estoire de Eracles Empereur ; 
Contin. de Guillaume de Tyr dite 
du MS. de Eothelin ; analyse 
chronologique ; glossaire et table. 

Vol. 3. Petri Tudebodi Hist, de Hieroso- 
lymitano itinere.— Gesta Fran- 
corum. — Tudebodus continuatus. 
— Eaimundi de Aguilers, Hist. 



Francorum qui ceperunt Iheru- 
salem. — Hist. Iherosolymitana ; 
Gesta Francorum, 1095-1127, 
auct. Fulc. Carnotensi. — Gesta 
Tancredi in exped. Hierosol. auct. 
Eadulfo Cadomensi, etc. Index 
generalis. 
Vol. 4. Baudri, Eveque de Dol, Hist. 
Jerosolimitana. Guibert de Nogent, 
Gesta Dei per Francos. Albert 
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6. Part 1. Ekkehard, Hierosoly- 

mita. 
Cafarus Genuensis, De liberatione 

civitatum orientis. 
Galterus, Cancell. Antioch. — Bella 

antiocbena. 
Balduinus III. Hist. Nicaena. 
Theodoras Palidensis, Narratio pro- 

fectionis Godofredis Ducis ad 

Jerusalem. 
Passiones beati Thiemonis. 
Documenta Lipsanagrapbica. 

Historiens orientaux, 3 vol. 



Vol. 



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1. Abou '1 Feda. 
Ibn-alatyr, Kamel-altevarykb. 

2. 2 parts. Histoire des Atabees de 
Mosul par Ibn El-atbir. 

Vol. 3. Anecdotes et beaux traits de la 

vie du Sultan Youssof (Salah Ed- 

Din). 
Notice sur Beba ed-Din, Abou 

'1-Mebaeen Ibn Cheddad. 
Extraits de la vie du Sultan Salah 

Ed-Din, d'Ibn Kballican. 
A'bd el-batif, autobiographie. 
Voyage d'Ibn Djabeir. 
Extraits du Nodjoum ez-zahireh. 

Mirat ez-zeman. 

de la chronique d'Alep. 

de Kemal ed-din. 



Historiens grecs, 2 vol. 

Vol. 1. Michael AttaHata. 
Anna Coronena. 
Nicetas. 

Cinnamus ; Niceph. Gregoras. 
Joannes Phocas. 
Georgius Acropolita. 
Varia. 
Vol. 2. Scriptores Graeci bellorum a 

Francis Dei signa sequentibua 

in Syria susceptorum. 
Adnotationes historicae et philo- 

logicas. 
Appendix. 

Documents anneniens, vol. 1. 
Armenian and French. 

Matthieu d'Edesse. 

Gregoire le pretre. 

Oraison funebre de Baudouin. 

Elegies sur la prise d'Edesse et de 

Jerusalem. 
Michel le Syrien. 

Hist. d'Armenie de Gairagos de Kantzag. 
Vartan le Grand. 
Samuel d'Ani. 
Chron. rimee des rois de la petite 

Armenie. 
St. Nerses de Lampron, etc. 

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Eginhardi Vita et Gesta Caroli Magni. 
Annales Pipini, Caroli M. et Ludo- 

vici. 
Turpini Vita Caroli Mag. et Rolandi. 
Liuthprandi Rerum ab Europae Imp. et 

Reg. gest. Libri VI. 
Hrosvithje PanegjTris in laudem et res 

gestas Othonis I. 
Henrici IV. Imperat. Vita, et Epist. ad 

Pontif. Roman, aliosque principes. 
Anonymi Historia de Henrici IV. Imp. 

beUo contra Saxones carm. heroico. 
Roberti Monachi de Christianorum prin- 

cipum in Syriam profectione, 1096, et 

regni Hierosol. occupatione, etc. 
Incerti auctoris Narratio de electione Lo- 

tharii in Imp. Roman. 



Guntheri Ligurinus, sive res Gestae 

Cffisaris Friderici I. 
Vita Friderici ^nobarbi, ex Pauli Jovii 

Elogiis. 
Friderici II. Imper. Manfredi Siculi, 

Conradi IV. Imper. Henrici Regis, etc., 

Epistolae. 
Chronicon rerum Moguntiacarum per 

Conradum Episc. 
Vecerii (Conr.) LibeUus de Rebus gestis 

Henrici VII. Imp. 
Nicolaus (Episc. Botront.), de Itinere 

Italico Henrici VII. Imperat. ; Mussati 

(Alberti) Historia Augusta Henrici 

VIL Csesaris. 
Bartholini (Ricard.) Austriados, sive de 

BeUo Norico Libri XII. ad Di\-um 

Maximihanum. 



Rhetores Grffici ex Codd. Florent. Mediolan., etc., emendatiores et auctiores, edidit. 



annot. instruxit, indices locup. adjec. Ch 

Vol. 1. — Hermogenis et Aphthonii Pro- 

gymnasmata. 
Math. Camariotae et Anonymi 

Epitomae Aphthonii Prog. 
Theonis Progymnasmata. 
Nicolai Progymnasmata. 



Walz, 9 vol. in 10, 8vo Stiittg. 1826 

Vol. 1. Nicepb.Basilacae Progymnasmata. 

Adriani Exercitationes. 

Severi Narrationes et Ethopoeiae. 

Geo. Pachymeris Progj-mnasmata. 

Anonymi Progymnasmata. 
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Rhetores Graeci — continued. 

Vol. 2. Doxopatri Prolegomena Rheto- 
vicse et Homilise in Aphtlionium. 

Anonymi Scholia in Aphthonium. 
Vol. 3. — Hermogenis et Rufi Rlietorica. 

Anonymorum Epitomte. 

Josephi RhacendytsB Epitome. 

Aiionymus de quatuor partibus 
orationis. 

Anonym, de octo partibus orationis. 

Anonymorum Epitom®. 

Joannis Tzetzse Epitome. 

Psellus de Rhetorica. 

Anonymus de Figuris apud Hermo- 
genem. 

Castor Rhodius de metris Rhetoricis. 

Anonymi Expositio Rhetoricie. 
Vol. 4. — Syriani, Sopatri, et Marcellini 

Scholia ad Hermogenis status. 
Vol. 5. — Sopatri Scholia ad Hermogenis 
status. 

Max. Planudae Scholia ad Hermo- 
genis Rhetoricam. 

Maximus de antithesibus indisso- 
lubilibus. 

Anonymus de statibus. 

Mic. Psellus de compositione par- 
tium orationis et Synopsis 
Idearum. 

Proleg. Rlietorica3. 
Vol. 6. — Doxopatri, Anonymi, et Troilli 
Sophistse Proleg. Rhetoricae. 

Jo. Siceliotse Comment, ad Hermo- 
genis Ideas. 

Geo. Dia^retse Comment, ad Hermo- 
genem de inventione. 

Geo. Plethonis Epitome Rhetoricae. 



Vol. 6. Matt. Camariotae Epitome Rhe- 

toricas. 
Vol. 7. — Anonymi Prolegomena ad Her- 
mogenis status. 

Proleg. ad Hermog. de inventione, 
etc. 

Capita primi Idearum libri. 

Syriani Proleg. ad Ideas. 

Comment, ad Hermogenem de stati- 
bus, de inventione, et de ideis. 

Greg. Corinthii Comment, ad Her- 
mogenem de methodo gravitatis. 
Vol. 8. — Sopatri Tract, caussarum. 

Cyrus de differentia statuum. 

Anonymi Problemata Rhetorica. 

Alexander, Phcebammon, Tiberius, 
et Herodianus de Figuris, 

Polybius Sardianus de Scheima- 
tismo. 

Anonymus de Figuris. 

Zonaeus de Figuris. 

Anonymi de Synecdoche, de Figuris, 
et de Tropis Poeticis. 

Tryphon, Greg. Corinthius, Anony- 
mus, Cocondrius, et Geo. Cliaero- 
boscus de Tropis. 
Vol. 9. — Demetrius de Elocutione. 

Menander de genere demonstra- 
tivo. 

Alexander de materiis Rhetoricis. 

Aristides de Oratione civili et sim- 
plice. 

Apsinis Rhetorica. 

Longinus de inventione. 

Minucianus de argumentis. 



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Vol. 1, 2. Die unsichtbare Loge. 
Vol. 3, 4. Quintus Fixlein. 

Auswahl aus des Teufels Papieren. 
Vol. 5-8. Hesperus. 
Vol. 9, 10. Gronlandische Prozesse. 

Biographische Belustigungen. 
Vol. 11, 12. Siebenkiis. 
Vol. 13. Kampaner-Thal, u. Holz- 

schnitte. 
Vol. 14. Palingenesien. 
Vol. 15, 16. Titan. 
Vol. 17. Komischer Anh. zum Titan. 

Clavis Fichtiana. 

Die heiml. Klagelieder jetzigen 
Manner. 
Vol. 18, 19. Vorschule der Aesthetik. 

Kleine Biicherschau. 

Kleine Nachschule. 
Vol. 20, 21. Flegeljahre. 
Vol. 22, 23. Levana. 



Vol. 22, 23. Erganzungsblatt zur Le- 
vana. 

Freiheits-Biichlein. 
Vol. 24, 25. Dr. Katzenberger's Badreise. 

Auswahl verb. Werkchen. 

Friedenspredigt an Deutschland. 

Dammerungen fiir Deutschland. 

Mars und Phobus Thronwechsel. 

Politische Fastenpredigt. 
Vol. 26, 27. Leben Fibels. 

Des Feldpredigers Raise. 

Museum. 

Ueber die D. Doppelworter. 
Vol. 28, 29. Der Komet. 

Briefe an F. H. Jacobi. 
Vol. 30, 31. Herbst-Blumine. 
Vol. 82, 33. Gesammelte Aufsiitze und 
Dichtungen. 

Selina. 

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Vol. 1. Papias. 

Seniores apud S. Irenaeum. 

Quadratus et S. Aristides. 

Agrippa Castor. 

Aristo Pellaeus. 

MeHto. 

Claudius ApoUinaris. 

Dionvsius Corintliius et Pinytus. 

Hegesippus. 

Martvres Lugdunenses. 

Pantaenus Rhodo. 

Concilium C»sariense. 

Polycrates. 

Concilium Lugdunense. 

Maximus. 

S. Serapio. 
Vol. 2. Caius Presbyter. 

Alexander Hierosol. ApoUonius. 

Auctores adv. Cataphrygas. 

Julius Africanus. 

Ambrosius. 

Concilium contra Noetum. 

S. Dionysii Alex. Epistola ad Basil- 
idem, etc. 

S. Gregorii Neocses. Epistola Canon. 

Concil. Antioch. adv. Paulum 
Samosat. 
Vol. 3. S. Cornelius. 

Concilia Cartliaginiensia. 

Dionysius Romanus. 

Pierius. 

Theognostus. 

S. Victorious. 

S. Pamphilus Martyr. 



Vol. 3. S. Lucianus Martyr. 
Hymnus Vespertinus. 
Theonas. 

S. Petrus Alexandrinus. 
S. Phileas. 
Concilior. Ancyran. et Neocaesar. 

Canones. 
Vol. 4. Incertus auctor de Canone S. 

Script. 
Concilium Eliberitan. 
Concilium Roman. 
Gesta Purgationis FeHcis. 
Epistola Imp. Constantini ad Pro- 

bianum. 
Conciliimi Arelatense. 
Gesta apud Zenophilum. 
Accusatio in Mensurium, etc. 
Archelai disput. ciun Manete. 
Addita quaedam ad Archelaum et 

Dionysium pertinentia. 
Apologia Pamphili pro Origene. 
Fragm. S. Dionysii. 
Asclepiadis Fragm. 
Vol. 5. S. Archelai cum Manete dis- 

putatio. 
S. Augustini Responsa ad Epi- 

scoporum Carthaginiensium Suf- 

firagia. 
Anonymi Scriptoris de Rebaptismate 

liber. 
Ecclesiae Aquileiensis Symbolum. 
Testimonia Ante-Nicsena pro Auc- 

toritate S. Scripturae. 
Index Rerum. 



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Romae Origine et Fundatione ; de 
Incrementis et Casu ; de Topo- 
graphia ; de Romanorum Domi- 
bus ; de Temphs ; de Sepulchris 
et de ^dificiis .Judicialibus. 

Fauni (L.) de Antiquitatibus U. 
Romae. 

Suaresii (J. M.) de Foraminibus 
lapidum in priscis aedificiis Dia- 
triba. 

Alciati (A.) de Magistratibus Civili- 
busque et Militaribus Officiis Dis- 
sert. 

Jouberti (L.) de Gymnasiis et gene- 
ribus exercitationum apud Anti- 
ques celebriimi ; et de Balneis 
Antiquorum. 

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Hag. Cam. 1719 

cletiani et Licinii Dissert, duplex ; 

et de Votis Decennahbus Impera- 

torum ac Caesarum. 
Vol. 1. Poggii (Flor.)de Fortunae Vaiie- 

tate U. Romse, et de Ruina ejus- 

dem descr. 
Contelerii (F.) de Praefecto U. 
Reinesii (T.) Ldceti (F.) et Hol- 

stenii (L. ) Marmoris Patavini 

Inscripti obscuri Laterpretatio. 
Rebatu (F. dej Delineatio Dianae 

Arelatensis. 
Chifletii (.J. J.) Geminae Matris 

Sacrorum Titulus sepulchralis ex- 

phcatus. 
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Vol. 1. Greenii (G.) de Kusticatione Ko- 
manorum Comm. ; et de Villarum 
antiq. apud eosdem structura. 

Manutii (A.) Dissert. Epistol. de 
Eeatina U. Agroque, Sabinaque 
Gente ; de Aquis in U. Eomam 
olim influentibus ; de Eatione 
intercalandi ; de accumbendi et 
comedendi ratione ; de Convivio 
tempestivo seu intempestivo ; de 
Auspiciis ; de Trabea ; de Sub- 
selliis ; de Signo et Statua ; de 
Parma, Clypeo, Scuto, Pelta, 
Ancili ; de Primipilo ; de Drach- 
mis ; et de Sestertiis. 

Jovii (P.) de Eomanis Piscibus libel- 
lus. 

Donius (J. B.), de restituenda salu- 
britate Agri Eomani. 

Guirani (G.) explicatio duorum 
vetustorura Numismatum Nemau- 
sensium ex asre. 

Grasseri (J.) Antiquitates Nemau- 
senses. 

Eybenii Dissert, de Ordine Equestri 
veterum Eomanorum. 

Servilius (J.), de Mirandis Antiquo- 
rum Operibus, Opibus, etc. 

Hannekenii (P. L.) de cura domes- 
tica Eomanorum Dissert. IV. 
V0I.J2. — Cirinus (A.),de U. Eoma ejusque 
Eege Eomulo. 

Salmasii (C.) de Secretariis Dissert. 

Eerrarii (0.) de Pantomimis et 
Mimis Dissert. 

Calliachii (N.) de Ludis Scenicis 
Mimorum et Pantomimorum 
Syntagma. 

Astorii (J. A.) Epistola de Deo 
Brotonte ; et Comment, in anti- 
quum Alcmanis Poetae Laconis 
monumentum allatum e Grsecia. 

Crusii (J. A.) de Nocte et Nocturnis 
oflficiis apud Veteres Comment. 

Bertii (P.) de Aggeribus et Pontibus 
hactenus ad mare exstructis 
digestum novum. 

Marsili (L. E. C.) Epistola de Ponte 
sub Imperio Trajani supra Danu- 
bium exstructo. 

Petavii (P.) Antiquarias Supellectilis 
Portiuncula ; et Veterum Num- 
morum TvwpKT^a. 

Breti (C.) De Ordine ant. Judiciorum 
Civilium apud Eomanos Comm. 

Magius (H.) de Tintinnabulis, cum 
notis F. Sweertii ; et de Equuleo, 
cum notis Jungermanni. 

Kocchae (F. A., Episcopi Tagastensis 
et Apostolici Sacrarii Praefecti) de 
Campanis Comment. 

Bossii (H. Ticinensis) de Toga 



Eomana Comment. ; de Senato- 

rum Lato Clavo Observationes ; 

Isiacus sive de Sistro Opusculum ; 

et Janotatius, sive de Strena. 
Vol. 3. — Cuperi (G.) de Elephantis in 

Nummis obviis Exercit. duae. 
Gutherii (J.) de Oj0ficiis Domus 

Augustae publicae et privatae. 
Salomon (H, F.), De Judiciis et 

Poenis Eoman. item de officiis 

vitae civium Eoman. 
Lanzoni (Jos. Ferrar.) de Coronis 

et Unguentis in antiq. Conviviis 

Exercit,, ab Italica in Latinam 

trad, et notulis aucta ab Ba- 

rufifaldo. 
Baruffaldi (H.) de Armis Convivali- 

bus Scliediasma ; et de Prseficis 

ad Illustrationem Urns Sepul. 

Fl. Quartellffi I. 
Lanzoni (Jos.) de Luctu Mortuali 

Veter. Adversaria. 
Molin (L. I.) De Clavibus Veterum, 
Licerti Scriptoris Interp. Inscrip. et 

Epitaph, quae Antiquariae li. e. 

Bffiticae in Hispania reperiuntur. 
Turre (P. a, Episcopi Adriensis), 

Explicatio Inscript. Taurobolii 

Lugdunensis. 
Purpurini (P. W.), Ad Kalend. 

Eoman. Amiterni effossum minus- 

cula Comment, 
Aulisii (D,) de Gymn. construct, et 

Mausolei Architect. Opusc. duo ; 

et de Colo Mayerano Epistola ad 

D. D. Didacum Vincentium a 

Vidania. 
Menestrier (C. F.) De eodem Colo 

Epist. ad CI. V. M. Mayerum e 

Gallico idiomate in Latinum 

versa. 
Volaterani (E.) de Magistrat. et 

Sacerd. Eoman. comment. 
Gulielmi (J. Lubecensis) de Magis- 
trat. Eepub. Eomanae, etc. 
Vauchopii (G. Scoti) de Magistrat. 

Veteris Populi Eomani Tractatus. 

Praevotii {M. Uxellod.) de Magis- 
trat. Populi Eomani Comment. 
Bebelii (H. Justingensis) de Sacerd. 

et Magistrat. Eoman. 
Fabri (P.) de Magistrat, Eoman. 

Comment. 
Puteani (E,) Pecuniae Eomanae Eatio 

facillimo ad nostram calculo revo- 

cata. 
Conringii (H,) de Studiis Liberali- 

bus U. Eomae et Constantinopolis 

Diss. 
Cellarii (C.) de Studiis Eoman. 

Litterariis in Urbe et Provinciis 

Dissertatio. 



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August. Taurin. 1836-79 



Vol. 1. Chartarum, I. 1050 Documenta 

dal 602 al 1292. 
Vol. 2. Leges Municipales. Statuta et 

Privilegia Ci^dt. Secusiae, Augustae 

Praetoriae, et Niciae. 
Statuta Consulatus Januensis anni 

1142. 
Imposicio Officii Gazariae. 
Statuta Ci\'itatis Taurinensis, Socie- 

tatis B. Georgii populi Cheriensis, 

Comunis Casalis, Ci^'it. Eporediae, 

et Montiscalerii. 
Vol. 3. Scriptorum, I. Anciennes Chro- 

niques de Savoye, a 1391. 
Perr. du Pin, Chronique du Comte 

Eouge (Amedee YII.). 
Chronica Latina Sabaudiae (Amad. 

Vin. ad Carolum I. 1487). 
Cliron. AbbatijB AltaecumbaB (ad 

1390). 
Chron. Juv. de Acquino (1475- 

1515). 
Epitomae Histories Dominici Ma- 

cbanei (1383-1518). 
Memoires de Pierre Lambert sur 

Charles IX. (1505-1539). 
G. Cambiano, Historico Discorso 

(al 1602). 
Vol. 4. Scriptorum, II. P. Gioffredo, 

Storia delle Alpi Marittime. 
Vol. 5. Scriptorum, III. Fragmenta 

Chronicae Antiquae Civitatis Pe- 

done. 
Chronieon Novaliciense. 
Waltharius. 
B. Heldradi Novaliciensis Abbatis 

Vita. 
Neerologium Prioratus S. AndreaB 

Taurinensis, et Monasterii Sanc- 
torum Solutoris, Adventoris et 

Octavii Taurinensis. 
S. Johamiis Confessoris Archiep. 

Eaveimatis Vita. 
Chronieon Coenobii S. Michaelis de 

Clusa. 
Yen. Benedicti Clusensis abbatis 

Vita, auctore Wilhelmo monacho 

ejus discipulo. 
Summarias Constitutiones Mona- 

sterii B. Mariae de Abundantia. 
Necrologium Monasterii B. Mariae 

de Abundantia. 
Fragmentum Martyrologii Ecclesiae 

B. Evasii Casalensis. 
Isecrologium insignis Collegii Cano- 

nieorum SS. Petri et Ursi Au- 
gustae Praetcria^. 



Vol. 5. Selecta e libro Aimiversariorum, 
Refectoriorum, Vigilianmi, et 
Missarimi Conventualium Ec- 
clesiae Cathedralis Augustanae. 

Martjrologium Graeco-Augustanum 
Ecclesiffi S. Mauricii de Brusson, 
in Valle ChaUand apud Augus- 
tanos, Saec. X. vel XL 

Kalendariuni Augustanum, Saec. 

xn. vel xin. 

Extractus Anniversariorum, etc., 
in Ecclesia CathedraH civitatis 
Augustas Praetoriie, Saec. XVI. 
Fragmenta de Gestis Astensium, 

Stec. XYI. 
Memoriale GuHehni Venturae de 
gestis civium Astensium, Saec. 
XYI. 
Mem. Secundini Venturae civis 

Astensis, Saec. XYI. 
Cronica di Saluzzo di Gioffredo della 

Chiesa. 
Cronica di Monfen-ato, di Galeotto, 
del Carretto, del Terzero di 
MiUesino. 
Benvenuti Sangeorgii Chronieon. 
Chronieon Imaginis Mundi Fr . Jacobi 
ab Aquis, Ord. Praedicatorum. 
Vol. 6. Chartarum, II. 2001 Documenta 
dal 766 al 1299. 
Ursonis carmen de victoria quam 
Genuenses ex Frid. 11. ret., 1242. 
Vol. 7. LiberJuriumReipub.Genuens.I. 
Chartfe, 958-1280 (1013 docu- 
menta). 
Vol. 8. Edicta Regum Langobardorum, 

ed. C. Baudi a Yesme. 
Vol. 9. Liber Juriumj Reipub. Genuens. 
11. Chart®, 1138-1447 (399 docu- 
menta). 
Vol. 10. Codex Diplomaticus Sardiniae, 
I.,ed. D. PasqualeTola. Chartae, 
1002-1392. 
VoL 11. Scriptorum, IV. GuiU. Scha- 
\'iani Ann ales Alexandrini. 
Anast. Germonii Commentaria. 
J. F. Meyranesii de Episcopis et 
Archiepiscopis Tam-uiensibus. 
Vol. 12. Codex Diplomaticus Sardiniae II. 

Chartae 1401 ad 1699. 
Vol. 13. Codex Diplomaticus Lango- 

bardiae. 
Vol. 14, 15. Comitiorum, partes 1-2. 
Vol. 16. Leges Municipales, vol. 2, in 

2 parts. 
Vol. 17. Codex Diplomaticus Ecclesi- 
ensis. 



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Basilece, 154T 



Vol. 1. GermaniaB Antiquae Illustratio : — 

Althameri Scholia, Willicliii Com- 
mentaria, et Glareani Commenta- 
riolus, in Taciti Germaniam. 

P. Melanchthonis Explicatio de vo- 
calibus Regionum et Gentium a 
Tacito recens. 

Bil. Pirckheimeri brevis Explicatio 
Germanise ex variis Scriptoribus ; 
H. Bebelii Carmina et epistols ; 
Demonstratio Germanos esse 
indigenas ; Defensio Imperato- 
rum contra L. Justinianum et 
alios qui nomen Imperator ex- 
tenuant ; Assertio Imperatorem 
Christianum jure Cliristianissi- 
mum esse dicendum ; Opusculum 
de laude, antiquitate, imperio, 
victoriis, rebusque gestis veterum 
Germanorum ; De laude Suevo- 
rum et Udalrici Ducis Wirtemb. ; 
et de proditione et captivitate 
Ducis Mediolanensis. 

Trithemii Epitome de origine Fran- 
corum. 

Wimphelingii Epitome rerum Ger- 
manicarum. 

Peutingeri Sermones convivales ad 
illustrationem Germani© pertin- 
entes. 

Ulr. Hutteni Arminius ; sive de 
laude Germanorum. 

Gebwileri Libertas Germaniae, s. de 
origine Francorum eorumque re- 
gibus, quos Germanos fuisse, ut 
et civitates et populos Transrhe- 
nanam ripam incolentes probat. 

Celtis opusculum de situ et moribus 
Germanise. 

Mness Sylvii Germania, in qua 
Urbes, Ecclesias, Principatus, 
Familias nobiles Germanorum 
describit. 

Seb. Munsteri Deseriptio Germaniae 
universalis et particularis, veteris, 
novae, pro tabula Nicolai Cusae 
intelligenda. 

Spalatinus,deArminio Germanorum 
Duce contra Romanos. 

iEgid. Schudi Deseriptio priscoe et 
verae Alpinae Rhaetiae, cum cetero 
Alpinarum Gentium tractu ; Epi- 
stola ad B. Rhenanum de Len- 
tiensium Germanorum, Augustae 
Vindelicorum, Octodori Veragro- 
rum, etc. 

Heroldi Commentarius de Roma- 
norum in Rhaetia litorali statio- 
nibus, etc. 

Glareani Deseriptio Helvetiae, cum 
Comment. 0. Molitoris, Lucerini ; 



Panegyricon, in laudem IV. 
Pagorum et XIII. Urbium Helve- 
tiorum, cum ejusdem Molitoris 
Comment. 
Vol. 1. Thomae (Huberti, Leodii) Com- 
ment, de Tungris et Eburonibus 
aliisque Germaniae inferioris popu- 
lis. 

Petrus Divaeus LovaniensisdeGalliae 
Belgicae Antiquitatibus, statum 
ejus, quern sub Romanorum im- 
perio habuit, exponens. 

Monaclii cujusdam Herueldensis 
Clironicon. 

Antiquitatis Studiosi (sive Martini 
Lutheri), de nominibus propriis 
Germanorum opusculum. 
Vol. 2. Res gestae temp. Caroli V. : — 

Sabinus, de Electione et Coronat. 
Caroli V. cum Hermanni Comitis. 
Nuenarii Epigrammatibus qui- 
busdam. 

Mauri Opusculum de Coronatione 
Caroli V. 

Hieronymi Balbi (Episcopi Gurzen- 
sis) Vaticinium de futuris Caroli 
V. Imp. successibus. 

Tethingeri Pedii Wirtembergiae 
Libri duo, sive de Ulrici Wurten- 
bergici gestis, in eo potissimum 
bello, quod ei anno 1545 a foede- 
ratis Suevis illatum fuit ; Com- 
mentarius de Wirtembergiae re- 
bus gestis Ulrico principe. 

Justini Gobleri De Bello Hildes- 
heimensi inter Ericum Brunsvic. 
et Episc. Hildesheimensem a. 
1519. 

Auctoris incerti Narratio succincta 
rerum gestarum, quae in Dania et 
Suetia, 1510-20, Christiano II. 
acciderunt ; ejusdem Regis Vita& 
et Coronationis brevis descr. 

Jac. Fontanus Brugensis de Bello 
Rhodio. 

Bath. Latomi Arlunensis Actio me- 
morabilis Francisci ab Siccingen 
cum Trevirorum obsidione, turn 
exitus ejusdem. 

Petri Gnodalii Historia Rustico- 
rum Tumultuum in Germania, a. 
1525 excitatorum, et a Magistrati- 
bus repressorum. 

Galeatii Capellas Comment, de rebus 
gestis pro restitutione Francisci 
II. Mediol. Ducis. 

Steph. Bruderici de Clade Ludovici 
Hungariae Regis. 

Comment, de capta urbe Roma a. 
1527, auctore Car. Borbonio, cum 
Prajfatione J. Camerarii. 



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ScHABDius (Simon) — continued. 

Vol. 2. Carolus, sive Vienna Austriaca, 

Poema. 
Carolus, sive Tunete, Poema. 
Viennae Austrite Urbis a Solymanno 

Sultano obsessae (1529) Historia. 
Micbaelis Soiteri a Vinda De Bello 

Pannouico per Fridericum Comi- 

tem Palatinum contra Solyman- 

num. 
H. Com. Agrippae Narr. de duplici 

Coronatione Caroli V. apud Bono- 

niam a. 1530. 
J. Dantisci (Episc. Culmensis) Vic- 
toria Sigismmadi I. Eegis Poloniae 

contra Waiwodam Muldaviae. 
H. Eobani Hessi gratulatoria Ac- 

clamatio ad Pbilippum Hessonun 

principem de victoria Wirtenber- 

gensi. 
Nicolai As. Barbati Oratio de ex- 

pulso et restituto Duce Wirten- 

bergensi Ubicbo. 
MicbaeKs Augusti Gratulatio ad 

Patriam de reditu Principis 

Ulricbi. 
Lamberti Hortensii Montfortii 

Tumultuum Anabaptisticonim 

Liber unus. 
Ant. Corvini Libellus ad Geo. 

Spalatinmn de miserabili Monast. 

Anabaptist, obsidione, excidio, 

memorab. rebus, tempore ob- 

sidionis in urbe gestis. 
Joannis Etropii Diarimn Expedi- 

tionis Tunetanae a Carolo V. a. 

1535 susceptae. 
Ex Pauli Jovii Historiarum sui 

temporis Libro XXXIII. Frag- 

mentum, eadem de re, quibusque 

artibus Hariadenus cog. Barba- 

rossa Regno Tunetano potitus sit. 
Nicolai ViUagogni, Equitis Rbodii, 

de Caroli V. expeditione in Airi- 

cam ad Argeriam. 
Epigrammata varia de Apbrodisio, 

quod vulgo Airicam vocant, ex- 

pugnato. 
J. C. Stellae Calve ti Commentarius 

de Apbrodisio expugnato. 
Cbristopb. Tborignei Pacberii de 

rebus Turcarum ad Franciscum 

I., Gall. Begem. 
De origine Turcarum et ortu Otto- 

manni Commemoratio. 
Ordo ad disciplinam Turcicse Mili- 

tiffi. 
Commemoratio causarum, a Scbmal- 

kaldici Foederis Sociis edita, belli 

a se contra Henricum Brunsvic. 

a. 1542 suscepti, cum expos. 

Historiae quomodo ab iisdem du- 

catu exutus et captus sit. 



Vol. 2. Mauritii Ducis Saxoniae iisdem 
de rebus Narratio, cum epistolis 
ejusdem eorumque consiliario- 
rum. 

Ex PauU Jovii Libro XLIV. Hist, 
sui temporis de Bello Juliacensi 
Fragmentum. 

J. Martini Stellae de Turcarum in 
regno Hungariae a. 1543-44, suc- 
cessibus, ad fratres Epistolae IV. ; 
Descr. et Munitiones Altemburgi, 
Arcis Dotalis Eegiaae Mariae ; 
Descr. et munitio urbis Viennae. 

Lamberti Hortensii Montfortii de 
Bello Germanico Libri VH. 

Descr. Pugnae, qua Joannes Frid. 
Elector Saxoniae a Caesare non 
procul a Mulberg, Saxoniae oppi- 
do, die 24 Aprilis, a. 1547, captus 
est. 

Mamerani Narr. de Investitura Re- 
galium Mauritio Duci Saxonia& 
24 Feb. a. 1548 facta. 

Besselmeieri Historia Belli Magde- 
burgensis, a. 1550-51 gesti. 

Sambuci Narr. Rerum ad Agriam 
a. 1552 gestarum. 

Expugnatio arcis Temeswari, ab 
eodem descr. a. 1552. 

Historia Expeditionis ab Henrico 11. 
R. Francorum in Germaniam 
susceptae et occupatae ab eodem 
Urbis Metensis (1552) et a Carolo 
V. obsessae, desumta ex Libro 
XXIV. Comment. J. Sleidani. 

Th. Winzeri Dresdensis Historia 
infelicis pugnae inter Mauritium 
Elect. Saxoniffi et Albertum Mar- 
cbionem Brandenburgicum, una 
cum Mauritii funeris et sepulturae 
descr. ; addita stmt Geo. Fabricii 
Epigrammata. 

Epigrammata alia in eundem Elec- 
torem et Ecloga de ejus morte. 

Camerarii Oratio ad ejusdem funus 
Lipsiffi cum prsduceretur, IS 
Kalend. Jul. babita. 

Jacobi Basilii Marcbeti, Despotae 
Sami Narr. et Dialogus, de Mo- 
rini (quod Tberouanam vocant) 
et Hedini expugnatione, deque 
praelio ad Rentiacum, et omnibus 
inter Ca?sarianos et Gallos, usque 
ad a. 1555 vario eventu gestis. 

Wolfgangi Lazii Viennensis brevis 
descr. rei contra Turcas 1556 
gestae, cum adjecta Cborograpbia. 

Heroldi Historiola, Dialogo confecta, 
rerum contra Turcas auspiciis 
Ferdinandi Austriaci Csesaris 
F. a. 1556 in Interranensi Pan- 
nonia gestarum. 



2im 



SGH 



ScHAKDius (Simon) — continiied. 

Vol. 2, Mamerani Epitome rerum Caroli 
V. gest. ab ipsius electione a. 1519, 
usque ad a. 1548. 

Ejusdem Epigrammata de laboribus 
Caroli V. 

Barlandi Narr. hist, (conscripta a. 
1525) Papiensis obsidionis, et 
eorum quas in ea acciderunt. 

Narr. quomodo a CjEsariano exercitu 
6 Maii a. 1527, Eoma capta et 
direpta sit. 

J. Staphylei Oratio de causis ex- 
cidii Urbis Komae a. 1527 ad 
KotflB auditores (liabita 15 Maii 
1528). 

P. M. Oratio de capta et direpta 
urbe Eoma a. 1527. 

Oerardi Bucoldiani Physici Eegii 
brevis narratio (scripta a. 1542) 
de puella, quae sine cibo et potu 
vitam per annos aliquot egit. 

Damiani de Goes, Equitis Lusitani, 
de obsidione Lovanii, et cap- 
tivitate sua ad Carolum V. nar- 
ratio. 

Polyd. Vergilii Narr. de vicissitudine 
rerum, quae a. 1553 mense Junio 
in Eegno Britanniae acciderunt. 

Narr. eorum, quae in Eegno Angli- 
cano conventu Londini habito, 
inter Eeges, Cardinalem Polum, 
et Populum, de religione Pontif. 
restituenda acta sunt. 

W. Godelevsei Historiola de Abdica- 
tione Caroli V. a. 1555, et elec- 
tione Ferdinandi Imp. a. 1558 
facta, rebusque, quas inter 
utramque acciderunt. 
Vol. 8. Historiae quae venerunt in Gu- 
bemationem Ferdinandi I., 1558- 
64:— 

Petri Lorichii Narratio liistorica, de 
caede Melchioris Zobelii "Wirz- 
burgici Episc. 

C. Stiblini Satyra in Sicarios, qui 
hunc Zobelium interfecerunt. 

Gulielmi Paradini de motibus Gal- 
liae, et expugnato receptoque Itio 
Caletorum, 1558. 

Varia Carmina et Gratulationes de 
Calisio capto. 

Michaelis Hospitalii carmen de 
Theavilla capta. 

J. Aurati varia carmina in Ducem 
Guisium, Henricum II. Eegem 
F. et in Ferrariani Principis 
victoriam de Ducis Parmensis 
copiis. 
Davidis Georgii Holandi, Haere- 
siarchi, vita et doctrina, cada- 
verisque et librorum post mortem 
fata. 



Vol. 3. Descr. tertii belli, quod magnus 
Eutbenorum princeps contra Li- 
vones gessit, 1558. 
Historia belli Dietmarsici gesti a. 
1559 a Friderico E. Daniae et 
Slesvici ac Holsatise Ducibus ; 
Ejusdem Eegis Friderici Coro- 
natio carmine descripta auctore 
Hier. Hosio. 
Elogia et Epitaphia varia in Joan- 
nem Eanzovium, Equitem Hol- 
satum, auratum. 

Christoph. Kellinghausen, de sepul- 
tura et exequiis bujus Eanzovii. 

Narr. quomodo Maximilianus II. 
electus fuerit in Eegem Eomano- 
rum. 

Narr. de ipsius Coronatione eodem 
loco et anno. 

Convivii Caesarei descriptio eodem 
die celebrati. 

Adami et Nicolai Heydenorum his- 
toria de electione et inaugura- 
tione Maximiliani II. Eom. Eegis. 

J. Posthii, M. Huberi, et J. Lauter- 
bachii carmina gratulatoria et 
epigrammata ad Maximilianum 
II, huj usque electionem et coro- 
nationem. 

Solymamii Ebraimi Strotschenii, 
Turcici Caesaris legati ad Ferdi- 
nandum I. Imp. Sermo in con- 
ventu Electorum et Principum 
recitatus, cum exemplo Literarum 
creditoriarum. 

Catalogus Electorum, Principum, 
Legatorum, Comitum, etc., qui 
inaug. Maximiliani II. inter- 
fuerunt. 

Expositio causarum, quibus Eliza- 
betha Angliae Eegina commota 
est, cur militem coegerit, in tui- 
tum motuum Gallicorum. 

Ad confessionem, sive indicium 
Joa. Poltronii de caede Francisci 
Guisii Ducis Eesponsio Amiraldi 
Franciae et rehquorum, quorum 
nomina in eo indicio edita jactan- 
tur. 

Simonis Schardii Epitome rerum 
gestarum in variis orbis partibus 
a confirmatione Ferdinandi Imp. 
sub ejusdem imperio 1558-64. 
Vol. 4. Ees gestae temp. Maximiliani II. 
1565-74 :— 

Hieronymi (Comitis Alexandrini) 
rerum a Turcis in insula Melitie 
gest. tractatio. 

Joan. Sambuci Expugnatio Arcis 
Tokaji, per Lazarum a Schwende 
receptee. 

Historia Sigethi, Slavoniro propug- 



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ScHABDius (Simon) — continued. 

naculi, a Solymanni Turcarum 
Imp. exercitu a. 1566 capti. 
Vol. 4. Epitaphia varia in Nicolai Zeriniae 
Comitis mortem, praesidium Sige- 
thium, etc. 
Huberti Langueti Historica De- 
scriptio susceptflB a Caesarea Ma- 
jestate executionis, contra pro- 



scriptos, eorumque receptatorem, 
et captae Gothae, soloque aequati 
castri Grimmenstein, 1567. 
Simonis Schardii Epitome rerum 
gestarmn, in variis or bis partibus 
sub Maximiliano 11. Imp. ab 
anno 1565 usque ad a. 1572 diem 
21 Julii. 



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Vol. 1. Verscbiedene Scbriften (1792- 

97). 
Vol. 2. Ideen zur einer Pliilosopbie d. 

Natur ; Yon der Weltseele. 
Vol. 3. System der Naturpbilosopbie ; 

der transcendentalen Idealismus. 
Vol. 4. System der Pliilosopbie ; Bruno, 

ein Gespracb. 
Vol. 5. Abbandlungen ; Vorlesungen ; 

Philosopbie der Kunst. 
Vol. 6. Kant ; Philosopbie und Eeligion ; 

Propadeutik der Pbilosopbie, etc. 
Vol. 7. Naturpbilosopbie zu der verbes- 

serten Ficbte'scben Lebre. Aus d. 



Jabrbiicbem d. Medicin als "Wis- 

senscbaft, etc. 
Vol. 8. Wesen deutscber Wissenscbaft ; 

Die Weltalter ; Ueber die Gott- 

beiten von Samotbrake, etc. 
Vol. 9. Zusammenhang der Natur mit d. 

Geisterwelt ; Erlanger Vortrage; 

Obs. in noviss. Amobii editionem, 

etc. 
Vol. 10. Zur Gescbicbte der neueren 

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Coraly, Le Confident, L'Ambas- 
sadeur, La Cbatte metamor- 
phosee en Femme, Avant, pen- 
dant, et apres. 

Vol. 8. Le petit Dragon, L'Eunui, ou 
le Comte Derfort, L 'Artiste, Uu 
dernier Jour de Fortune, Les 
Empiriques d'autrefois. La Lune 
de Miel, Vatel, Le Diplomate, La 
Marraine. 

Vol. 9. Valerie, Le Mariage d'Argent, 
Les Manteaux, La Manie des 
Places, ou la FoHe du Siecle, 
Les Moralistes, Malvina, ou un 
Mariage d' Inclination. 

Vol. 10. FioreUa, Fra Diavolo, La 
Fiancee, Louise, ou la Repara- 
tion, La Seconde Annee, ou a qui 
la Faute, Phib'ppe. 

Vol. 11. Une Faute, Jeune et VieiUe, 
La Famille Eiquebourg, Le 
Budget d'un jeune Menage, 
Le Quaker et la Danseuse, La 
Favorite, Le Soprano. 

Vol. 12. Les trois Maitresses, La Ven- 
geance itaHenne, Le Chaperon, 
Le Savant, Une Monomanie, La 
Grande Aventure. 

Vol. 13. Toujours, ou TAvenir d'unFils, 
Camilla, Les MaUieurs d'un 
Amant heureux, Le Gardien, Le 
Lorgnon, La Chanoinesse. 

Vol. 14. La Muette de Portici, Le Comte 



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ScKiBE (Eugene) — continued. 

Ory, Le Dieu et la Bayadere, Le 
Philtre, Eobert le Diable, Gustave 
III., La Juive. 

Vol. 15. Bertrand et Eaton, La Passion 
secrete, L'Ambitieux, Les Incon- 
solables, Discours de Eeception k 
I'Academie fran9aise. 

Vol. 16. Dix Ans de la Vie d'une Femme, 
L'Auberge, ou les Brigands sans 
le savoir, Les deux Maris, La 
Pension bourgeoise, Le Chateau 
de la Poulerde, Yelva, ou I'Orphe- 
line russe, Mde. de Ste. Agnes. 

Vol. 17. Caroline, Le Manage de Grar9on, 
L'Avare en Goguettes, Les 
Adieux au Comptoir, La Charge 
a payer, Le vieux Mari, Theo- 
bald, La Famille de Baron. 

Vol. 18. Le Valet de son Eival, FarineUi, 
ou la Piece de Circonstance, La 
Jarretiere de Marie, La Voli^re 
de Frere Phihppe, Le Mystifi- 
cateur, Le T6moin, L'Oncle 
d'Amerique, Les Actionnaires, 
Zoe, ou I'Amant prete. 



VoL 19. Le Fou de Peronne, Le Bal 
champetre. La Boh^mienne, Les 
Heritiers de Crac, Le Moulin de 
Javelle, Salvoisy, ou I'Amoureux 
de la Eeine, Estelle, ou le Pere 
et la Fille. 

Vol. 20. Leicester, Les Deux Nuits, La 
Marquise de Brinvilliers, La 
Medecine sans M^decin, Lestocq, 
Le Chalet. 

Vol. 21. La Camaraderie, Les Ind^pen- 
dants, La Calomnie, Japhet, ou 
la Eecherche d'un Pere. 

Vol. 22. Le Verre d'Eau, ou les Effets 
et les Causes, La Grand' Mere, ou 
les Trois Amours, Le Serment, 
Ali Baba, ou les Quarante Voleurs, 
Guido et Ginevra. 

Vol. 23. Les Huguenots, Le Lac des 
Fees, La Xacarilla, Les Martyrs, 
Le Cheval de Bronze, Acteon, 
L'Ambassadrice. 

Vol. 24. Le Domino noir, Les Treize, 
Polichinelle, La Eeine d'un Jour, 
Zanetta. 



Selden (Jo.), Opera, Vitam auctoris, prjefationes, 
Vol. 1, p. 1. Vita. 

De Anno Civili Vet. Ecclesiae. De 

Jure NaturaH et Gentium apud 

Ebraeos. Vol, 

p. 2. De Synedriis et Prefect. 

Jurid. Vet. Ebraeorum. 
Vol. 2, p. 1. De Successionibus in Bona 

defunct, apud Ebraeos. 
De Diis Syris. 
Eutychii ^gypt. Ecclesiae suae 

Origines. 
Uxor Hebraica. 
Vol. 2, p. 2. Analecta Anglo-Britaimica. 
Jani Anglorum Facies Altera. 
Dissertatio ad Fletam. 
Judicium de X Scriptoribus Historiae 

Anghcanae. 
Mare Clausum, seu de Dominic 

Maris. 
Vindiciae Maris Clausi. 
Marmora Arundelliana. 



etc. adj. D. Wilkins, 3 vol. in 6, fol. 1726 

Notas et Spicilegium in Eadmeri 

Historiam Novorum. 
Epistolae et Poemata. 
3, p. 1. England's Epinomis. 
Original of Duels. 
Titles of Honour. 

p. 2. History of Tythes. 
Office of Lord Chancellor. 
Privileges of the Baronage. 
Of Judicature in Parliament. 
Letter to A. Vincent on his Dis- 
covery of Errors in Camden. 
Argument cone, the Baronies of 

Grey and Euthen. 
Illustrations of Drayton's Poly- 

olbion. 
Notes on Fortescue de Laudibus 

Legum Angliae, and on Hengham's 

Summae. 
Speeches and Arguments. 
Table Talk. 



Shakspeare (W.) Plays and Poems, 
History of the Stage, by E. Malone, 

Vol. 1, 2, 3. Prolegomena. 

Vol. 4. Two Gentlemen of Verona. 

Comedy of Errors. 

Measure for Measure. 
Vol. 5. Merchant of Venice. 

Midsummer Night's Dream. 

Taming of the Shrew. 
Vol. 6. Eomeo and Juliet. 

As you like it. 
Vol. 7. Much Ado about Nothing. 

Hamlet. 



with Notes of various Commentators ; Life and 
new edit, by Boswell, 21 vol. 8vo 1821 

Vol. 8. Merry Wives of Windsor. 

Troilus and Cressida. 
Vol. 9. Measure for Measure. 

Othello. 
Vol. 10. Lear. 

All's well that ends well. 
Vol. 11. Twelfth Night. 

Macbeth. 
Vol. 12. Julius Caesar. 

Antony and Cleopatra. 
Vol. 13. Cymbehne. 



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Shakspeaee (W.) — continiied. 
Vol. 13. Timon of Athens. 
Vol. 14. Coriolanus. 

Winter's Tale. 
Vol. 15. Tempest. 

King John. 
Vol. 16. Richard H. 

Henry IV., part 1. 
Vol. 17. Henry IV., part 2. 

Henry V. 



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Vol. 18. Henry VI., p. 1, 2, 3. 

Malone's Dissert, on ditto. 
Vol. 19. Richard HI. 

Henry VIII. 
Vol. 20. Poems. 

Memoirs of Lord Southampton. 
Vol. 21. Pericles. 

Titus Andronicus. 

Addenda, Glossarial Index. 



Shakespeare (W.) Works : The quarto facsimiles in Photo-Lithography, by W. Grigg 
and C. Praetorius, with forewords by F. J. Fumivall, J. W. Ebsworth, P. A. Daniell, 
H. A. Evans, and E. Dowden, vol. 1-16, 21-36, sm. 4to 1885-87 

Vol. 1. Hamlet, 1st 4to 1603 . Vol. 15. The Taming of a Shrew, 1st 



2. Hamlet, 2nd 4to 1604 

3. Midsummer Night's Dream, 

lst4to {Fisher) 1600 

4. Midsummer Night's Dream, 

2nd 4to {Boberts) 1600 

5. Love's Labour Lost, 1st 4to 1598 

6. Merry Waives of Windsor, 1st 4to 

1602 

7. Merchant of Venice, 1st 4to 

{Eoberts) 1600 

8. Henry IV. Part. I., 1st 4to 

1598 

9. Henry IV. Part n ....1600 

10. The Passionate Pilgrim, by 

Shakspere, Marlowe, Bam- 
tield, Griffin, etc., 1st 4to 1599 

11. Richard IIL, 1st 4to 1597 

12. Venus and Adonis, 1st 4to 1593 

13. Troilus and Cressida, 1st 4to 1609 

14. Much Ado about Nothing, 1st 

4to 1600 

Shakspeare Society's PubUcations : — 
Aimin's Nest of Ninnies. 
Amyot's Old Taming of a Shrew, etc. 
Collier's Life of Alleyn. 

Allej-n Papers. 

Memoii's of the principal Actors in 

Shakspeare's Plays. 
Extracts from Registers of the 

Stationers' Company, 1557-1587. 
Coventry Miracle Plays. 
Cunningham's Court Revels. 
Dekker's etc. Comedy of Patient Grissel. 
Dnimmond's Convers. with Ben Jonson. 
Dyce's Sir Thomas More ; a Play. 
Forde's Honour Triumphant, etc. 
Gossan's School of Abuse. 
HalliwelVs First Sketches of Henry VI. 

niust. of Fairy Mythology. 

Marriage of Wit and Wisdom. 

Hatpin's Oberon's Vision illustrated. 
Benshwe's Diary, 1591-1609. 
Heywood's Apology for Actors. 

Edward IV. Histories. 

Fair Maid of the Exchange. 

Fair Maid of the West. 

Royal King and Loyal Subject ; 

Woman killed with Kindness. 
Tv»o Hist. Plays on Q. Ehzabeth. 



4to 1594 

16. Merchant of Venice, 2nd 4to 
(Heyes) 1600 

21. Pericles, 1st 4to 1609 

22. Pericles, 2nd 4to 1609 

23. The whole Contention, pt. 1, 

3rd4to 1619 

24. The whole Contention, pt. 2, 

3rd4to 1597 

25. Romeo and .JuHet, 1st 4to 1597 

26. Romeo and Juliet, 2nd 4to 1599 

27. Henry V., 1st 4to 1600 

28. Henry V„ 3rd 4to 1608 

29. Titus Andronicus, 1st 4to 1600 

30. Sonnets, 1st 4to 1609 

31. OtheUo, 1st 4to 1622 

32. OtheUo, 2nd 4to 1630 

33. King Lear, 1st 4to 1608 

34. King Lear, 2nd 4to 1608 

35. Lucrece, 1st 4to 1594 

36. Romeo and Juliet, undated 4to. 

Heywood, Golden and Silver Ages, 
2 plays. 

Ingleby (C. M.) The Man and the Book. 

Jackson (Z.) Shakspeare's Genius Justi- 
fied. 

Jones's (Inigo) Life, Masques, etc. 

Lodge's Defence. 

Miinday, John a Kent and John a 
Cumber. 

Nash's Pierce Penniless. 

Northbrooke' s Treatise of Discovery. 

Bich's Farewell to the Mihtary Profes- 
sion. 

Bichard III., True Tragedy of. 

Ghost of. 

Shakspeare's Merry Wives of Windsor. 

Henry IV., parts 1 and 2, 

Society's Papers. 

Simrock, On the Plots of Shakspeare's 
Plays. 

Tarlton's Jests. 

Thynn's Pride and Lowliness. 

Timon, the old Play of. 

Udall's Ralph Roister Doister, a 
Comedy; and Norton and Sackville's 
Gorboduc, a Tragedy. 

Wright's Chester Plays, 2 parts. 



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Shaksperb Society (New) Publications :— 

1st Series. Transactions : Vol. 1 to 8, 
8vo 1874-81 

2nd Series. Plays: 1. Eomeo and Juliet, 
Parallel Texts of the first two 
Quartos ; 2. Keprint of (Qo. 1), 
1597; 3. Eeprintof(Qo. 2), 1599; 
4. Revised Edition of the Second 
Quarto; 5. Henry V., Eeprint of 
(Qo. 1), 1600; 6. Reprint of 
(Fo. 1), 1623 ; 7. The Two Noble 
Kinsmen, Eeprint of (Qo. 1), 1684, 
with a Collation of the 2nd ed. 
fol. 1679 ; 8. A Revised Edition 
of, 1634, pt. 1 ; 9. Henry V., 
ParaUel Texts of (Qo. 1), 1600, 
and (Fo. 1) 1623 editions; 10. 
The Edition of 1623 revised. 

8rd Series. Originals and Analogues : 1. 
Eomeus and Juliet, Arthur Brooke; 
Ehomeo and Julietta, Wm. 
Painter, edited by P. A. Daniel. 

4th Series. Shakspere Allusion Books : 
1. pt. 1, 1592-8, Greene's Groates- 
worth of Wit, Chettle's Kind-Harts 
Dreame, Mere's Palladis Tamia, 

Shakespeare's Library, 2nd edit. : — 

Part I. Vol. I. Love's Labour Lost. 

Charles, King of Navarre, from 
Monstrelet. 
A Midsummer's Night's Dream. 
Life of Theseus, from North's 
Plutarch. 
Eomeo and Juliet. 

Tragicall historye of Eomeus 
and luliet, by A. Broke, from 
Bandello. — Eomeus and Juli- 
etta, from Painter's Palace of 
Pleasure. 
Two Gentlemen of Verona. 

The Shepherdess Felismena. 
Merchant of Venice. 

Adventures of Giannetto, from 
Fiorentino. — A Jew who would 
have his pound of flesh from 
a Christian, from Silsagn. — 
Choice of Three Caskets, from 
the Gesta Eomanorum. — The 
Northern Lord. — Germetus the 
Jew of Venice. 
Twelfth Night. 

Apollonius and Silla, by Eich. 
Vol.. II. As you like it. 

Eosalynde : Euphues' Golden 
Legacie, by Lodge. 
Troilus and Cressida. 
Macbeth. 

Makbeth, from Holinshed. 
Cymbeline. 

Bernabo da Genova, etc. — Kym- 
beline, from Hohnshed. — Fish- 
wife of Stand-on-the-Green. 



&c. ; 2. Shakespeare's Centurie 
of Prayse, by C. M, Ingleby. 

6th Series. Shakspere's England : 1, 5, 
and 8. Harrison's Description of 
England (pt. 1 contains an en- 
larged copy of Norden's Map of 
London); 2. Tell-Trothes New- 
Yeares Gift and the Passionate 
Morrice, John Lane's Tom Tell- 
Trothes Message, T. Powell's 
Tom of all Trades, The Glass of 
Godly Love (by J. Eodgers ?) ; 
3. Wm. Stafford's Briefe Conceipt 
of English Policy ; 4 and 6. Philip 
Stubbes Abuses in England ; 7. 
The Eogues and Vagabonds of 
Shakespeare's Youth. 

8th Series. Miscellanies : 1. Wm. Spald- 
ing on the Authorship of the Two 
Noble Kinsmen, with Life of 
Spalding, by J. Hill Burton ; 2. 
Eobert Chester's Love's Martyr, 
with its Supplement by Shak- 
spere, Ben Jonson, etc. etc. 



Vol. II. Hamlet. 

Historic of Hamblet, 1608. 
Othello. 

Story of a Moorish Captain, from 
Cinthio. 
King Lear. 

History of Lear, from Holinshed. 
— The same, from Gesta Eo- 
manorum. — Leir and his three 
daughters. — Queen Cordela, by 
Higins. — The Paphlagonian 
unkind King, from Sydney. — 
Ballad of Lear and his three 
daughters. 
Vol. III. Merry Wives of Windsor. 

Filenio Sisterna of Bologna, from 
Straparola. — Bucciolo and 
Pietro Paulo, from the Peco- 
rone. — Lucius and Camillus. — 
Nerino of Portugal, — Two 
Lovers of Pisa. — Fishwife's 
Tale of Brentford. — First 
Sketch of the Play, 1602. 
Much Ado about Nothing. 

Ariodanto and Gene\'ra, from 
Harington's Ariosto. — S. Tim- 
bres di Cardona, from Ban- 
dello. 
All's well that ends well. 

Giletta of Narbona, from Painter's 
Palace of Pleasure. 
Measure for Measure. 

Promus and Cassandra, 1578, 
by Whetstone. — The same in 
prose, from the Heptameron, 



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Shakespeare's Library — continued. 

1582. — Similar Stories, from 
Goulart andCinthio. 
Vol. m. Julius Caesar. 

Life of Julius Caesar, from 
North's Plutarch. — Life of 
Brutus, from the same. 
Coriolanus. 
Life of Coriolanus, from North's 
Plutarch. 
Antony and Cleopatra. 

Life of Antony, from North's 
Plutarch. 
Vol. IV. The Tempest. 

Search for the Island of Lampe- 
dusa, from Harington's Ari- 
osto. — Origin of the ' Speech of 
Gonzalo,' from Florio's Mon- 
taigne. 
The Wmter's Tale. 

Greene's History of Pandosto. 
Henry VIH. 

Holinshed's Hist, of Henry VIII. 
— Extract from Fox's MartjTS 
in illustration. 
Two Noble Kinsmen. 

Abstract of Boccaccio's Teseide. — 
Chaucer's Knight's Tale. 
Pericles. 

Apollonius of Tyre, from Gower. 
— Twine's Pattern of painfull 
Adventures.— Life of Pericles, 
from North's Plutarch. 
Timon of Athens, 

Old play, Timon. — Life of Timon, 
fr'om North's Plutarch. — Ac- 
count of Timon, from Sir R. 
Barckley. 

SiBMONDi (Jac, e Soc. Jesu) Opera varia, 
Vol. 1. Eusebii Cjesariensis Opuscula 



Marcellini et Faustini Libellus pre- 

cum ad imperatores. 
Eufini Palestini Liber de Fide. 
Notas in XL. Sermones novos S. 

Augustini. 
Opuscula dogmatica veterum V. 

Scriptorum. 
Notitia provinciarum et civitatum 

Africa. 
Praedestinati Liber. 
S. Valerani Cemehensis Homiliae 

XX. 
Appendix Codicis Theodosiani : cum 

Epistolis ahquot veterum Conci- 

liorum et Pontificum. 
ApoUinaris Sidouii Opera. 
Ennodii Opera. 
Vol. 2. S. Aviti Viennensis Opera. 

Idatii Chronicon et Fasti Consu- 

lares. 



Vol. IV. Taming of a Shrew. 

Story of the Induction, from 
Goulart. — Waking Man's For- 
tune. — Shrewd and Curst Wife 
lapped in Morel's Skin. 
Part n. Vol. I. Comedy of Errors. 

Menoechmi, from Plautus, trans. 
1595. — Two Brothers of Avi- 
gnon, from Goulart. 
Richard HI. 

True Tragedy of Rich. III.— 
Legge's Richardus Tertius. 
Bang John. 

The troublesome Reign of John. 
Henry V. 

Famous victories of Henry V. — 
Agincourt, the Enghsh Bow- 
man's glor\-. 
Henry VI. Second Part. 
Contention bet. York and Lan- 

Vol. n. Henry VI. Third Part. 

True Tragedy of Richard, Duke 
of York. 
Merry Wives of Windsor. 

A pleasant conceited Comedie of 
Sir John Falstaffe and the 
merry wives of Windsor. 
Measure for Measure. 

Promos and Cassandra, by "Whet- 
stone. 
King Lear. 

Tnie Chronicle History of King 
Leir. 
Timon of Athens. 

Old play. 
The Tamuig of a Shrew. 
Old play, 1594. 

nunc primum collecta, 5 vol. fol. Venet. 1728 

Vol. 2. MarceUini Chronicon. 

Facundi Hermianensis Opera. 
Eugenii Toletani et ahorum aliquot 

opuscula. 
Theodulfi Opera. 
Amolonis Epistolae ad Gothescal- 

cum. 
S. Augustini Sententia9 de prjedesti- 

natione et gratia Dei, et de hbero 

arbitrio. 
Servati Lupi Liber de tribus Quaes- 

tionibus. 
Rabani Moguntini Epistolae tres ad- 

versus Gothescalcum. 
Vol. 3. Karoli Calvi et successorum ah- 
quot Franciae regum Capitula. 
Anastasii Bibhothecarii Collectanea. 
Goffridi AbbatisVindocLnensis Opera. 
Petri CeUensis Epistolarum Libri 

IX. 
Alexandri HI. ad Petmm Cellensem 

Epistolae 56. 



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SiRMONDi (Jac, e Soc. Jesu) — continued. 

Vol. 4. De Suburbicariis regionibus et 
ecclesiis : — Censura, Conjecturae, 
etc. ; Adventoria Causidico Divio- 
nensi; Censura Vindiciarum con- 
jecturaB ; Propempticum Claudio 
Salmasio adversus ejus Eucliaris- 
ticum. 

Antirrhetici duo de Canone Arausi- 
cano adversus Petrum Aurelium. 

Dissertatio de duobus Dionysiis, 
Parisiensi et Areopagita. 

•Questio triplex : de Lege Celebran- 
dis, de paragrapho Duorum Fra- 
trwn, de Codice Alarici regis. 

Historia Prsedestinatiana. 

Antitristani duo. 

Smithsonian Institution : Contributions to 

Vol. 1. E.G. Squier and E. H. Davis, 
Ancient Monuments of the Missis- 
sippi Valley. 
Vol. 2. S. C. Walker, Eesearches rel. to 
Planet Neptune. 

F. Lieber, On the Vocal Sounds of 
Laura Bridgman. 

J. W. Bailey, Microscopic exam, of 
Soundings off the Atlantic Coast 
of the United States. 

C. Ellet, Physical Geography of Mis- 
sissippi Valley. 

E. W. Gibbes, Memoir on Mosa- 
saurus and Holcodus, Conosaurus 
and Amphorosteus. 

L. Agassiz, Classification of In- 
sects. 

E. Hare, On Explosiveness of Nitre. 

J. W. Bailey, Microscop. Observ. 
made in South Carolina, Georgia, 
and Florida. 

Aboriginal Monuments of State of 
New York. 

J. Downes, Occultations visible in 
U. States during 1851. 
Vol. 3. J. Locke, Terrestrial Magnetism. 

A. Secchi, On Electrical Eheometry. 

C. Girard, The Freshwater Fishes 
of N. America, Cottoids. 

A. Gray, Marine Algas of N. America, 
part 1. 

C. H. Davis, Law of Deposit of the 
Flood Tide. 

C. Whittlesey, Ancient Works in 
Ohio. 

Ephemeris of Neptune and Occulta- 
tions during 1852. 
Vol. 4. S. E. Eiggs, Grammar and Dic- 
tionary of the Dakota Language. 
Vol. 5. J. Leidy, Flora and Fauna within 
Living Animals ; Extinct Species 
of American Ox. 

J. Wj-man, Nervous System oiBana 
pipiens. 



Vol. 4. De triplici nummo antiquo, 

Christi, PerperenaB civitatis, Han- 

niballiani regis. 
Historia publicae poenitentise. "* 
Disquisitio de azymo. 
Diatribse Sirmianas duffi, sive de 

anno Synodi Sirmiensis. 
Dionysii Petavii de eadem Synodo 

Sirmiana Dissertationes dusB. 
Antiqu^e Inscriptionis Explanatio ; 

Praefationes, Epistol®. 
Vol,. 5. S. Theodori Studitae Libri aliquot 

dogmatici, Epistolse, etc. Gr. et 

Lat. : pleraque Sirmondo inter- 

prete.- 

Knowledge, vol. 1-25, roy. 4to Wash. 1848-86 

Vol. 6. Harvey and Gray, Marine Algae 

of North America, part 2. 
Vol. 6. J. Torrey, Descr. of Plants col. 
by J. C. Fremont in California; 
Observ. on Batis maritima of 
LiunaBus ; On Darlingtonia cali- 
fornica, a New Pitcher-plant. 

W. Stimpson, Marine Invertebrata 
of Grand Manan. 

J. H. Coffin, On the Winds of the 
Northern Hemisphere. 

J. Leidy, Ancient Fauna of Ne- 
braska. 

Occultations visible during 1853. 
Vol. 7. J. Chappelsmith, Ace. of a Tor- 
nado near New Harmony. 

J. W. Bailey, Notes on Microscopical 
Organisms. 

J. A. Lapham, Antiquities of Wis- 
consin. 

Leidy, On the extinct Sloth Tribe 
of N. America. 
Vol. 8. S. F. Haven, Archaeology of the 
U. States. 

D. Olmstead, On the recent Secular 
Period of the Aurora Borealis. 

B. Alvord, Tangencies of Circles and 

Spheres. 
J. Jones, On certain N. American 

Vertebrata. 
P. Force, Auroral Phenomena obs. 

in higher Northern Latitudes. 
Vol. 9. L. W. Meech, Intensity of Heat 

and Light of Sun upon different 

Latitudes. 

E. Hitchcock, Surface Geology. 
B. Mayer, Mexican History and 

ArchaBology. 

Gibbs and Genth, On the Ammonia- 
Cobalt Bases. 

Eunkle, New Tables for determining 
Values of the Coefficients in the 
Perturbative Functions of Plane- 
tary Motion, etc. 



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Smithsonian Institution — continued. 

Yol. 10. Harvey, Marine Algae of 
America, part 3. 

Kane, Magnetical Observ. in Arctic 
Seas made during second Grinnell 
Expedition. 

Bowen, Grammar and Dictionary of 
the Yoruba Language. 
Yol. 11. T. M. Brewer, N. American 
Oology. 

J. M. Giilis, Ace. of Total Eclipse of 
the Sun, 1858, as obs. near Olmos, 
in Peru. 

Magnetic and Meteorol. Observ. 
made at Girard College Observa- 
tory, 1840-45. 

Kane, Meteorol. Observ. made during 
second Grinnell Expedition. 

J. L. Le Conte, Coleoptera of Kansas 
and New Mexico. 

A.Sountag.on Terrestrial Magnetism 
in Mexico. 

E. Loomis, On certain Storms in 
Europe and America, Dec. 1836. 
Yol. 12. Kane's Astronomical Observ. 
made during second Grinnell 
Exped. reduced by C. A. Schott. 

C. Whittlesey, On Fluctuations of 
Level in N. American Lakes. 

Caswell, Meteorol. Observ. made at 
Providence, 1831-60, 

N. D. Smith, Meteorol. Observ. 
made near Washington, Ark., 
1840-59. 

S. W. Mitchell, On the Venom of 
the Rattlesnake. 
Yol. 13. Kane, Tidal Observ. in Arctic 
Seas. 

M'Clintock, Meteorol. Observ 
Arctic Seas. 

Whittlesey, Ancient Mining 
Lake Superior. 

Bache, on Magnetic Observ. at Gi- 
rard College, parts 2-6. 

Bache, On Magnetic Survey of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Mitchell, Physiology of Respiration 
in the Chelonia. 
Yol. 14. Bache, Magnetic and Meteorolo- 
gical Observations, Vertical Force, 
etc. 

On the Construction of a SUvered 
Glass Telescope, etc., by Dr. 
Draper, Paleontology of the 
Upper Missouri, Invertebrates, by 
Meek and Hayden. 

Cretaceous Reptiles of the U. States, 
by Dr. Leidy. 
Yol. 15. Newcomb, The Orbit of Nep- 
tune. 

Whittlesey, On the Freshwater 
GlacialDriftof the North- W^estem 
States. 
n. 



N. j Yol. 15. Pumpelly, Geological Researches 
j in Chma, Mongoha, and Japan. 

Dr. Hayes, Physical Observations in 
the Arctic Seas. 
Yol. 16. Dean, The Gray Substance of 
the Medulla Oblongata and Tra- 
pezium, 

Meteorological Observations made 
at Brunswick, Maine, also at Ma- 
rietta, Ohio. 

Pickering on the Ghddon Mummy 
Case in Smithsonian Institution. 

Cofl&n, The Orbit and Phenomena of 
a Meteoric Fireball. 

Gould, On the Transatlantic Longi- 
tude. 

Swan, The Indians of Cape Flattery. 
Yol. 17. Morgan (L. H.) Systems of 
Consanguinity and Afl^ty of the 
Human Family. 
Yol, 18. Tables and results of Precipita- 
tion in Rain and Snow in the 
U.S. etc. by Charles A. Schott. 

Memoir of the Secular variations of 
the Elements of the Orbits of the 
eight principal Planets, with 
tables of the same. Together 
with the Obhquity of the EcHptic, 
and the precession of the Equi- 
noxes in both Longitude and 
right Ascension, by John N. 
Stockwell, M.A. 

Observations on TeiTestrial Magne- 
tism and on the Deviations of the 
Compasses of the U.S. Ironclad. 
Monadnock in 1865 and 1866, by 
Wm. Harkness, M.D. 

Converging Series, expressing the 
Ratio between the Diameter and 
the Circumference of a Circle, by 
Wm. Ferrel. 
Yol. 19. Barnard (J. G.) Problems of 
Rotary Motion by the Gyroscope, 
the Precession of the Equinoxes, 
j and the Pendulum. 

H. C. Wood, The Freshwater Alga 
I of North America, 

j S. Newcomb, An Investigation of 

the Orbit of Uranus, 
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Globe. 
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Newcomb (S.) General Integrals of 
Planetary Motion. 

Swan (J. G.) The Haidah Indians 
of Queen Charlotte's Islands. 

Henry (J.) Atmospheric Tempera- 
ture in the United States. 
Yol. 22. Jones (J.) Explorations of the 
Aboriginal Remains of Tennessee. 

Habel (S.) The Sculptures of Santa 



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Lucia Cosumalwhuapa in Guate- 
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their allies. 

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servations at Providence, 1831- 

1876. 
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and Snow. 
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Europe and North America. 
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guilla. 
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Chemical Arts. 

Proceedings in relation to the Elec- 
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Catalogue ofPortraitsof N. American 
Indians, by Stanley. 

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Eeptiles, and Shells. 

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of Natural History. 

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of Eelationship. 

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Classification of the Coleoptera of 
N. America. 

Catalogue of Publications of Socie- 
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ptera of N. America. 

Synopsis of the described Lepido- 
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Catalogue of Smithsonian Publica- 
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List of Foreign Correspondents. 
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North America, by Lowe and 
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List of the Coleoptera of North 
America, part 1. 

New Species of North American 
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Binney, Land and Freshwater 

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biinffi and allied Forms. 
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ladae, by Prime. 
Check List of the Invertebrate 

Fossils of North America. 
Catalogue of Minerals. 
Dictionary of the Chinock Jargon or 

Trade Language of Oregon, by 

Gibbs. 
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the Ethnology and Philology of 

America. 
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N. America, part 4. 
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Bay Company. 
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in Eussian America. 
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Archaeology, Ethnology, and En- 
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Conchology, by Binney, part 2. 
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and of Periodical Works, belong- 
ing to the Smithsonian Institution. 
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America, by P. Carpenter. 
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Food Fishes in United States, by 
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GiU. 

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North American Coleoptera, by J. 
Le Conte. 
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Henry. 
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Catalogue of the Fishes of the Ber- 
mudas, by G. B. Goode. 

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Goode. 

Natural History of the Hawaiian 
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Portraits of N. American Indians in 
the Smithsonian Gallery. 

List of Pubheations of the Institu- 
tion, July 1877. 

Index Catalogue of Books relating 

to Nebulae and Clusters, by E. S. 

Holden. 

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American Botany, by S. Wat- 



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Archaeology. 
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Natural History of the American 
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of North America, by G. Tryon. 
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of N. America, by C. R. Osten 
Sacken. 
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reparatory Inflammation in Ar- 
teries after Ligature, dtc, by E. 
W. Shakespeare. 
Circular on Scientific and Literary 

Exchanges. 
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EUiot. 
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United States. 
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tion, July 1879. 
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Origin and History of the Smith- 
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Establishment of the Institution. 
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National Museum, vol. 1-4. 
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Musemn, vol. 2, 3. 
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Washington, vol. 1, and Abstract 
of Trans. 1879-81. 
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ington, vol. 1. 
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ington City, by G. E. Waring, 
jun. 
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the Institution to Jan. 1883. 
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North America, by J. L. Lelonde 
and G. H. Horn. 
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by G. F. Becken. 
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1881. 
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Selections from Wodrow MSS. 

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Protestation by Sir A. Irvine. 

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6. 
6. 

7,8. 
9 10. 



1. The Pilot. Cooper. 

2. Caleb Williams. Godwin. 
8. The Spy. Cooper. 

4. Thaddeus of Warsaw. Miss 
Porter. 
St. Leon. Godwin. 
La«t of the Mohicans. Cooper. 
Scottish Chiefs. Miss J. Porter. 
Frankenstein, Mrs. Shelley ; 



Ghost Seer, Schiller; and 

Edgar Huntley, Brockden 

Broivn. 
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Porter. 
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Lee. 

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Vol. 16. Discipline. Mrs. Brunton. 
17. The Prairie. Cooper. 

Pastor's Fireside. Miss J. Porter. 
Lionel Lincoln. Cooper. 
Lawrie Todd. Gait. 
Fleetwood. Godwin. 
Sense and Sensibility. Miss 

Austen. 
Corinne. Madame de Stael. 
Emma. Miss Austen. 
Simple Story, and Nature and 

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27, 28. Mansfield Park ; Northanger 

Abbey, and Persuasion. Miss 

Austen. 
The Smuggler. Banim. 
Pride and Prejudice. Miss 

Austen. 
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Hunchback of Notre Dame. 

Hugo. 
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Eugene Aram. Bulwer. 
Maxwell. Theodore Hook. 
Water Witch. Cooper. 
Mothers and Daughters. Mrs. 

Gore. 
The Bravo. Cooper. 
Heiress of Bruges. Grattan. 
Red Rover. Cooper. 
41. Yathek, Beckford; Castle of 

Otranto, Horace Walpole ; and 

Bravo of Venice, M. G. Lewis. 
Country Curate. Gleig. 
The Betrothed. Manzoni. 
Hajji Baba. Morier. 
Hajji Baba in England. Morier. 
Parson's Daughter. Theodore 

Hook. 
Paul ChflFord. Bulwer. 
The Younger Son. Capt. Tre- 

lawny. 
The Alhambra, Washington 

Irving ; The Last of the Aben- 

cerrages, Chateaubriand ; and 

the Livoluntary Prophet, 

Horace Smith. 
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51, 52. Anastasius. Thomas Hope. 
53. Damley. James. 
Zohrab. Morier. 
Heidenmauer. Cooper. 
De I'Orme. James. 
Headlong Hall, Nightmare 

Abbey, Maid Marian, and 

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58. Trevelyan, By the Author of 

' .4 Marriage in High Life.' 

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60. Rookwood. Ainsicorth. 

61. Henrv Masterton. James, 
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70. Captain Blake ; or, My Life. 

Maxwell. 

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Bulwer. 

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74. Precaution. Cooper. 

75. Jack Brag. Theodore Hook. 

76. Rory O'More. Lover. 

77. Ben Brace. Capt. Chamier. 

78. Vicar of WrexhiU. Mrs. Trol- 

lopc. 

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Cooper. 

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93. Man-at-Arms. James. 

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Marsh. 

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96. Richard Savage. Whitehead. 

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100. Ayesha. Morier. 

101. Marchioness of Brinvilliers. 

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107. Snarleyow. Marryat. 

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Depositions from York Castle. 

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Dugdale (Sir W.) Visitation of York- 
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Durham Household Book. 

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Laurentii Dunelmensis Dialogi. 
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Memorials of, 2 vols. 

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Triitalja. 

Catal. regum Suecis a primord. 
regni ad Magnum Ericum, a. 
1333. 

Fragm. Catalogi ejusdem Suethicae. 

Catal. a Eagnaro Lodbrok ad Bir- 
gerum Magni ; ab Ingone ad 
Ericum Pomeranum ; ab Olavo 
Skotkonung ad Valdemarum ; ab 
Olavo Skotkonung ad Margare- 
tam ; ab Olavo Skotkonung ad 
Ericum Pomeranum ; ab Olavo 
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Bavarum ; ab Olavo Skotkonung 
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Diarium Minoritarum "SVisbyensium, 
a 686-1525. 

Chronologia Suecica ex Cod. Minor. 
Wisb. a. 815-1412; Vetusa.916- 
1263 ; Anouymi Veteris a. 826- 
1415; Vetusta, a. 880-1430; 
Diarium Fratrum Minorum Stock- 
holm, a. 1008-1502. 

Incerti Scriptoris Sueci Chronicon 
renun Sueco-Gothicarum, a. 
1160-1320 ; Chronologia brevis 
rerum Suecicarum a. 1040-1440. 

Excerpt a ex vetustis AnnaUbus 
Islandicis a. 1295-1253. 

Markvardiga Handel ser i Sverige, 
1220-1552. 

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Diarimn XVazstense a. 1344-1545. 

Car. Andrese Chronol. Eerum Sueci- 
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Ar%-idi Trolle. 
Calendarium Hammarstadense. 
Chronica : Ganila Svenska Chroni- 

kan (Chron. Prosaicum). 
Minsta Eim Chronikan (Chron. 

Eythmicum Mmus). 
Part 2. Stora Eim Chronikan (Chro- 
nicon Ehythmicum Majus). 
Olai Petri Svenska Chronika. 
Vol. 2. Part 1. Chronica Erici Olai, 

Decani Upsal. 
BrcN-is enarr. Begum Sueciae ex 

Hervararsager. 
Vita S. Anscharii per S. Bember- 

tum, Lat. et Sueth. 
Legendae de S. Anschario ex vetust. 

Eccl. Suec. Breviar. 
Vita S. Erici Eegis et Martj-ris, 

Lat. et Sueth. 
Miracula S. Erici Eegis et Martyris 

per Eccl. 
Legendae de S. Erico Eege Sueth. 

etc. 
Legenda de S. Erico Eege, e Brev. 

Lund. 
OfiBcium S. Erici Eegis et MartjTris. 
Vita et Miracula S. Henrici, Episc. 

et Martyris. 
Historia S. Sigfridi Episcop. et Con- 

fessoris ; S. Sigfridi Episc. et 

Confess. Lat. et Sueth. 
Vita S. Sigfridi Episc. et Confess. 
Legendae de S. Sigfrido. 
Vita S. Botvidi Martyris. 
Historia S. Botvidi, cum Hymnis et 

Antiphonis, auct. B. 
Legenda S. EskiUi episc. et martyris, 

e Breviar. Strengn. 
Vita S. EskiUi, e Brev. Skarensi. 
De Eskillo Relatio Suecica. 



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Sweden — continued. 

Vol. 2. Part 1. Officium S. Eskilli, e 

Brev. Skarensi, auct. S. Bry- 

nolpho, Episc. Skar. 
Historia S. Davidis Abbatis et Con- 

fessoris, cum Hymnis, Antiphonis, 

etc. 
Part 2. Chronica Laur. Petri, Arcliiep. 

Upsal. 
Tliomae Episc. Strengnensis Car- 
men de Engelbrecto, et Carmen 

de %dolata fide Erico Puke pub. 

data, a. 1437. 
H. Tidemanni, Episc. Lincop., Car- 
men de Carolo VlII. Canuti, Eege 

Sueciae et Norveg. 
Epitapliium Magni Laduliis, Eegis 

Sueciffi, a. 1290, 
Epicedium in Ericum, Suder- 

manniae, et Waldemarum, Fin- 

landiae Ducem, a. 1318. 
Chronodisticba in Victoriam Brun- 

kebergensem Stenonis Sture 

senioris, a 1471. 
Appendix ad Vitam S. Anscharii. 
Vol. 3. Part 1. Suecica : Annales Sig- 

tunenses a. 1208-1288. 
Annot. in libro Ecclesife Walen- 

tunensis. 
Hist. Gotlandiffi. 
Libellus de Magno Erico rege. 
Comment. Hist, super nonnullis 

Eevelationibus S. Birgittae de 

Magno Erico rege et Successoribus 

ejus. 
Annot. Hist. a. 845-1445, forsan ex 

deperdita parte Diarii Fratrum 

Minorum Holmiensium. 
Annales Holmienses a. 1457-1463. 
Expeditio Danica adversus Holmiam 

a. 1518. 
Proelia inter Suecos et Danos a. 

1452-1524. 
Ex Johannis Magni Gotborum 

Sueonumque Historia. 
Narratio de caede Holmiensia. 1520, 

a canonicis Upsal. composita. 
Crudelitas Cbristierni II. a I. Zie- 

glero descripta. 
E Collectionibus Erasmi Ludovic 

(a. 1862-1520). 
Danica: E. Saxonis Grammatici 

Historia Danica. 
Ex Annalibus et Chronicis Danicis. 
Ex diversis fontibus Historicis 

Danicis. 
Carmen de Expeditione Danica in 

Sueciam a. 1497. 
L. Wermanni de Obsidione Hol- 

miensi a. 1518 Epistolre. 
Carmen de Expeditione Kristiemi 

II. in Sueciam a. 1520. 
Germanica : Ex Adami gestis Ham- 



maburgensis Ecclesiae Pontifi- 

cum. 
Vol. 8. Part 1. Ex annalibus Lubecen- 

sibus a. 1264-1324. 
Ex Chronico Lubecensi Detmari a. 

1101-1395. 
Libellus Magnipolensis circa a. 1894 

scriptus. 
Ex Chronico Hermanni Korneri 

ceterisque continuatoribus Det- 
mari. 
Ex Chronico Lubecensi Eeimari 

Kock. 
Ex Chronico Holtzatiae presbytero 

Bremen si auctore in an. 1428. 
Ex Chronico Saxon um Nordalbin- 

giorum in an. 1483. 
Ex Chron. Alberti Krantzii in an. 

1504. 
Ex Genealogia Doberanensi. 
Ex Chronico rhythmico Magnipo- 

lensi Ernesti de Kirchberg. 
Ex Annalibus Herulorum, Nic. 

Marescalco Thurio auctore. 
Ex Chronicis Stralsundensibus a. 

1230-1521. 
Narratio de Occupatione Gotlandiaa 

a. 1398. 
Ex Annalibus Prussicis a. 941-1410 

et Chronico Johannis v. Posilge 

a. 1360-1419. 
Ex Historia Job. Lindau a. 1454- 

1466. 
Ex Chronico Gedanensi Caspari 

Weinreich a. 1461-1496. 
Ex Chronico Hanseatico a. B. Steg- 

man compilato. 
Ex Chronico Livonico H. Letti. 
Ex Libro Eufo Archiepiscopi Ei- 

gensis sec. Excerpta Melchioris 

Fuchs. 
Ex scriptis yEneae Sylvii. 
Ex diversis fontibus Germanicis 

breviora Excerpta. 
Vol. 8. Part 2. Historia Metropolitanae 

ecclesia9 Upsalensis a Job. Magni 

Gotho Archiepiscopo conscripta. 
Incerti scriptoris Sueci Chronicon 

primorum in ecclesia Upsalensi 

Archiepiscoporum . 
Chronicon de Episcopis et Archi- 

episcopis ecclesiae Upsalensis. 
Nomina Episcoporum Lincopen- 

sium. 
Chronicon rhythmicum Episco- 
porum Lincopensium. 
Chronicon vetus Episcoporum Sca- 

rensium. 
Chronicon rhythmicum Episcoporum 

Scarensium, auctore Brynolpho 

tertio episcopo. 
Chronicon Episcoporum Arosien 



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sium, ex vetustis rliythmis Latinis 

estractum a Petro Swart, epi- 

scopo Arosiensi. 
Vol. 3. Part 2. Chroiiicon vetus Episco- 

porum Wexioneusium. 
Cluron. Episcop. Finlandensium. 
Legenda S. Helena Scbed\'iensis. 

Vita S. Brvnolplii, episcopi Sca- 

rensis, cum Processu ejus Canoni- 

zationis. 
Vita S. Birgittffi, auctoribus magis- 

tro Petro, primo confessore Vad- 

stenensi et Petro, priore Alvas- 

trensi, confessoribus Birgittae. 
Cbronicon de geuere et nepotibus 

S. Birgittae, auctore Margareta 

Clausdotter, abbatissa Vadste- 

nensi. 
Momenta qufedam itineris Hiero- 

solymitani S. Birgittse. 
Ex Processu Canonizationis S. Bir- 

gittae excerpta. 
Ex Miraculis S. Birgittse aliqoa 

selecta. 

Sydenham Society Publications, 21 vol. 8vo 

P. j^ginetcB Opera. 

Dupuytren on Diseases of tbe Bones. 

Erichseyi's Obs. on Aneurism. 

Feuchtersleben's Medical Psycbology. 

Harvey's Works. 

Hasse's Pathological Anatomy. 

Heckefs Epidemics of tbe Middle Ages. 

Heicson's Works. 

Hippocrates, Works, translated by F. 

Adams, 2 vol. 
Hunter on tbe Gravid Uterus. 
Louis on Pbtbisis. 



Vol. 3. Part 2. Canonizatio S. Birgittae, 

Petro AmeUo auctore. 
Vita Katerinae, filiae S. Birgittae. 
Ex Miraculis Katerinfe. Translatio 

Kateriiiae anno 1689, auctore 

Nicolao Ragvaldi. 
Ex Mii-aculis S. Crucis Holmiensis, 

fratre Gregorio ordinis Praedica- 

torum scriptore. 
Ordinatio decimarum canonicalium 

in diocesi Strengenensi. 
Taxa procm-ationis noctium in 

visitationibus episcoporum Stren- 

genensium. 
Annotationes de tributis ecclesias- 

ticis diocesis Lincopensis. 
Taxa procurationis noctiima in visita- 
tionibus insulae Gotlandiae. 
Capitula Minoritarum eorumque 

ISlinistri. 
Capellae et Monasteria diocesis Lin- 
copensis. 
Enumeratio Monasteriorum ordinis 

S. Birgittie. 

1844-57 

Memoirs of tbe Academy of Surgery. 
Rhazes on tbe Small-pox. 
Bokitansky's Patbologieal Anatomy. 
Schwann and Scbleider's Microscopical 

Researches. 
Simon's Animal Chemistry. 
Sydenham, Opera. 
Sydenham' s Works, transl. by Green- 

hiU, 2 vol. 
Unzer's Principles of Physiology, and 

Prochaska on the Nervous System. 



Sydenham Society Qfew) PubHcations, 15 vol. 8vo 1859-64 



Bright, Abdominal Tumours. 
Caspar, Medical Jurisprudence, 3 vol. 
Czermak, Uses of tbe Laryngoscope, and 

other Monographs. 
Diday, Lifantile Sypbihs. 
DiphtJieria, Memoirs on. 
Frerichs, Diseases of the Liver, 2 vol. 



Gooch, Diseases of Women and Children. 
Kussmaul and Tenner, Researches on 

the Effects of Loss of Blood. 
Schroeder van der Eolk on the Spinal 

Cord. 
Year Books of Medicine and Surgery, 

1859, 1860-62. 



T 

Ternaux-Compans (H.) Voyages, Relations, 
I'Histoire de la Decouverte de I'Amerique, 20 v 

Vol. 1. Federmann, Relation de son \ Vol 

Premier Voyage, 1577. \ 

Hans Staden,' Hist, dun Pays sit. Vol. 3 

dans le N. Monde, 1576. 
Schmidel, Voyage curieux dans 

Amerique, 1534-1554. 
9. Pieces relatives a la Conquete du Vol. 

Mexique. 



Vol 



et Memoires originaux pour servir h, 
ol. in 9, 8vo 1837-41 

. 2. Ixtlilxochitl, Cruautes des Con- 
querants du Mexique. 
A. N. Cabeca de Vaca, Com- 
mentaires, redige par Hernandez, 
1555. 
Idem, Relation de la Floride, 1555. 
4. Magalhanes, Hist, de Sancta 
Cruz, 1576. 



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Ternaux-Compans (H..)—conti7iv£d. 

Vol. 4. Xerez, Conq. du Perou et de 
Cuzco, 1547. 
Voyage de Cibola, 1540. 
Vol. 5. Pieces sur le Mexique. 

Zurita, Eapport sur les Chefs de la 
Nouv. Espagne. 
Vol. 6. Ixtlilxocbitl, Hist, de Tezcuco, 
2 vol. 



Vol. 



Vol. 
Vol. 



7. Balboa, Histoire du Perou. 
Montesinos, Memoire sur I'ancien 

Perou. 

8. Velasco, Histoire de Quito, 2 vol. 

9. Oviedo, Histoire de Nicaragua. 
Pieces sur la Floride. 



Thevenot (Melch.) Eelation des divers Voyageurs Fran9ois, Espagnols, Allemands, 
Portugais, Anglois, Hollandois, Persans, Arabes, et autres Orientaux, 4 vol. in 2, fol. 

1696 



Vol. 1. Greaves, desc. des Pyramides 

d'Egypte, 1638-39. 
Eelation des Cosaques. 
Luca (Jean de) Eel. des Tartares. 
Lamberti (A.) Eel. de la Colchide, 

ou Mengrellia. 
Delia Valle (P.) Informatione della 

Georgia. 
Jenkinson (A.) Voy. pour decouvrir 

le chemin du Cattay, 1558. 
Ambassade des Hollandois au Tar- 
tare, 1656-57, etc. 
Hawkins, Eel. de la Cour du Mogol. 
Eoe (Sir T.) Ambassade pres du 

Mogol. 
Terry (E.) Voyages aux Etats du 

Mogol, 1615. 
Kosmas, Descr. des Plantes et 

Animaux des Indes Orientales. 
Abulfeda, les climats d'Athend et 

Alsend. 
Commt. d'un Livre des Caldeens de 

Bassora. 
Methold (W.) Eel. des Eoyaumes de 

Golconda, Tannassari et Arecan. 
Floris (P. W.) Voyage a Patana et 

a Siam. 
Bentekoe (J.) Voyage aux Indes 

Orientales, 1618 ; Decouverte de 

la Terre Australe. 
Avis etc. sur le Commerce des 

Hollandois aux Indes Or. et au 

Japon. 
Motta (A. de) Eoutier pour la Navi- 
gation des Indes Orientales. 
Beaulieu (C. G.) Voyage aux Indes 

Orientales, 1619. 



Vol. 1. Carrillo (B. de) Eel. des Isles 

Philippines. 
Eel. de la Grande Isle de Mindanao, 

etc. 
Eel. de I'Empire du Japon. 
Gysbertz (E.) Persecution des Chres- 

tiens du Japon, 1622-1623. 
Eel. de la decouverte de la terre 

d'Eso, au Nord du Japon. 
Boym (M.) Eel. de la Chine, et de la 

conversion des personnes Eoyales 

de cet Etat. 
Vol. 2. Eoute du Voyage des Hollandois 

a Pekin. 
Description geographique de I'Em- 
pire de la Chine, par Martinius. 
Eapport des Directeurs de la Comp. 

des Indes, touchant I'etat des 

affaires dans les Indes Orientales, 

Oct. 1664. 
Palafox, Eel. des Voyages dans la 

Eiviere de la Plate. 
Acaretta, Voyage au Perou. 
Peres Grueber et d'Orville, Voyages 

a la Chine, et de retour en Europe. 
Sinarum Scientia Politico- Moralis, 

a Confucio, in ling, Lat. versa a 

Prosp. Intorcetta. 
Almeida et Tellez, Hist, de la Haute 

Ethiopie. 
Lobo, Eelations de I'Empire des 

Abyssins. 
Gages (Tho.) Hist, de I'Empire 

Mexicain, repr. par figures ; Eel. 

de Mexique et de la Nouvelle- 

Espagne. 



Thilo (J. C), Codex Apocryphus Novi Testamenti, notis ac prolegomenis illustratus, 
vol. 1 {all published), 8vo Lijps. 1832 



Index eorum, qute in hoc Tomo Primo { 

coUocata sunt. 
I. Prolegomena de Codicibus, Editioni- 
bus et Versionibus Evangehorum 
Apocryphorum. I 

II. Historia Josephi, Fabri Lignarii, j 
Arabico-Lat. | 

III. Evangelium Infantise Servatoris, 
Arabico-Lat. | 

IV. Protevangelium Jacobi, Gr. Lat. 1 



V. Evangelium Thom© Israelitffi, 

Gr. Lat. 
VI. Evangelium de Nativitate S. 

Mariae, Latine. 
VII. Historia de Nativitate Marire et de 

Infantia Salvatoris, Latine. 
VIII. Evangelium Marcionis ex aucto- 
ritate veterum monumentorima 
descriptum ab Augusto Hahn, 
Graece. 



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Thilo (J. C.) — continued. 

IX. Evangelium Nicodemi, Gr. Lat. 

cum Epistolis Pilati. 
X. 'Ava^opa et Ilapd8ocri<: IltAaTOV, 
Gr£ece. 



XI. Codex Evangelii Joannei Parisiis 
in Sacro Templariorum Tabulario 
asservatus. 

Xn. Liber S. Joannis Apocryphus. 



Thomas Aquinas (S.), Opera, cum vita ejus ab 
B. M. de Rubeis, edit. 2da, 28 vol. in 14, 4to.. 

Vol. 1, 2. Comment, in Job, in Psalmos Vol 
LI., et in Cantica Canticorimi. 
in Esaiam, Hieremiam, ej usque 



Echardo, et Dissertationibus pra^^^is a 
Venet. 1775-88 



Threnos. 

Vol. 3, 4. in Evangelia S. Matthsei 

et S. Joannis. 
Catena in Matthsei et Marci Evan- 
gelia. 

Vol. 5, 6. Comment, in Lucffi et Joannis 
Evangelia. 
Expositio in Epistolas Pauli ad 
Romanos et Corintbios. 

Vol. 7, 8. in Epistolas Pauli &d 

Galatas, ad Ephesios, ad Pbilip- 
penses, ad Colossenses, ad Tbes- 
salonicenses, ad Timotheum, ad 
Titum, ad Pbilemonem, et ad 
Hebraeos. 
Decem breves Commentarii. 

Vol. 9, 10. Scriptum in I. et II. Senten- 
tiarum Libros Petri Lombardi. 

Vol. 11, 12. Scriptum in III. etIY. Sen- 
tentiarum Libros, cap. 1-22. 



Vol, 
Vol, 
Vol. 
Vol, 
Vol. 

Vol 



13, 14, 15. Scriptum in Senten- 
tiarum Libros, cap. 23-50. 

Quaestiones disputatae de Potentia.. 

16. de Virtutibus, et de 

Veritate. 

17. novem postremae de Veri- 
tate, et Quaestiones quodlibitales. 

18. Libri IV. de Veritate Catholicae 
Fidei contra Gentiles. 

19. 20. Opuscula Tbeologica. 
Summje Tbeologicae Pars 1. 
21, 22. Prima Secimdae. 

Secunda Secundae, usque ad 



Quaest. C. 
. 23, 24. Reliquae Quaestiones. 



Pars Tertia. 
S upplementum 



Partis 



Vol, 



Tertiae. 
Indices Sununas Tbeologicas ; Ser- 

mones. 
27, 28. Index Rerum. 
Locorum Sac. Scrip, a D. 

Thoma illustrat. 



Thomson (Sir C. Wyville) Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger, 18 vol. 
4to 1881-86 



Narrative : — 
Vol. 1. 2 parts. 

Vol. 2. Meteorological and Magnetic 
Observations. 
Tait(P. G.) Tbermometrical Errors. 
Renard (A.) St. Paul's Rocks. 
Botany : — 
Vol. 1. Hemsley (W. B.) Bermudas, 
Atlantic Islands, Juan Fernandez, 
Moluccas and Admii*alty Islands. 
Zoology : — 
Vol. 1. Davidson (T.) Bracbiopoda. 
KoUiker (A.) Pennatulida. 
Brady (G. S.) Ostracoda. 
Turner (W.) Bones of Cetacea. 
Parker (W. K.) Green Turtle. 
Giinther (A.) Shore Fishes. 
Vol. 2. Moseley (H. N.) Corals. 

Sclater (P. L.) Birds. 
Vol. 3. Agassiz (A.) Echinoidea. 

Hoek (0. P. C.) Pycnogonida. 
Vol. 4. Forbes (W. A.) Anatomy of 
Petrels. 
Haeckel (E.) Deep-sea Medusae. 
Theel (H.) Holothm-ioidea, pt. 1. 
Vol. 5. Lyman (T.) Ophiuroidea. 

Cunningham (D. J.) Marsupiaha. 
Vol. 6. Hertwig (R.) Actinaria. 

Herdman (\\. A.) Tunicata (sim- 
pUces). 



' Vol. 7. Watson (M.) Anatomy of Sphe- 
niscidae. 
\\'hite (F. B.) Pelasgic Hemiptera. 
AUman (G. J.) Hydroida, pt. 1. 
Carpenter (W. B.) Orbitohtes. 

8. Brady (G. S.) Copepoda. 
Polejaeff (N.) CaJcarea. 
Hoek (P. P. C.) Cirripedia, pt. 1. 

9. Brady (H. B.) Foraminifera. 

10. Bergh (R.) Nudibranchiata. 
Graff (L. ) Mvzostomida. 
Hoek (P. P. C.) Cirripedia, pt. 2. 
Turner (W.) Human Crania. 
Busk (G.) Polyzoa. 

11. Polegaeff (N.) Keratosa. 
Carpenter (P. H. ) Crinoidea. 
Beddard (F. E.) Isopoda. 

12. MIntosh (^Y. C.) Annehda 
Polychaeta. 

Vol. 1 3 . Smith ( E . A .) Lamellibranchiata . 
Selenka (E.) Gephyi-ea. 
Sars (G. 0.) Schizopoda. 
Vol. 14. Herdman (W. A.) Tunicata 
(eompositae). 
Theel (H.) Holothm-ioidea, pt. 2. 
Physics and Chemistry : — 
Vol. 1. Dittmar (W.) Composition of 
Ocean Water. 
Buchanan (J. Y.) Specific Gravity 
and Temperature of Ocean Water. 



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Abbey of St. Augustine, Canter- 
bury — Excerpta e Compoto 
Thesaur. Monast. S. Aug. 1881 399 

Abbot (Abiel) His removal from a 
Church in Coventry. Connecticut, 
1811 419 

Abbot (C.) on the Death of Francis, 
Duke of Bedford, 1802 T. Q. 3 

Abbot (F. E.) Truths for the Times, 

Sc. T. 11 

Impeachment of C i* is , 

Sc. T. 11 

Abel (D. 0.) Legende vom Johann 
von Nepomuk, 1855 188 

Abercrombie on the Garden Mush- 
room, 1779 21 

Aberdeen, Harbour of, Reports on, 
1834 248 

Abernethy (J.) Hunteriau Oration, 
1819 143 

Abingdon (Ld.) Burke's Letter on 
American Affairs 62 

Aborigines Prot. Soc, Extracts from 
Papers, 1872 110, 311 

About (E.) La Prusse en 1860; 
Nouvelle Carte d'Europe, 1860... 191 

Abstinence from Blood, Doctrine 
of, defended, 1734 378 

Accession, Ode on his Majesty's, 
1715 T. F. 

Achehs (G.) Richard Rothe, 1869... 894 

Acland (H. W.) Physiology and 
Medicine, 1865 266 

Report to the Trustees of the 

Radcliffe Library, 1861 293 



Acland (H. W.) Health, Work, and 
Play, 1856 293 

Acollas (E.) L'Idee du Droit, 1871 316 

Trois Le9ons du Mariage, 1871 316 

Adam's Farewell Address &c. 1861 

84, 247 

Adams (C. F.) The Double Anniver- 
sary, '76 and '63, 8vo Boston, 
1869 435 

Adams (G.) Hadley's Quadrant 
and Sextant ; The Barometer, 
Thermometer, etc. 1789-90 179 

Adderley (C. B.) Secondary Punish- 
ment, 1863 244 

Present Relations of England 

with the Colonies, 1862 256 

Transportation not Necessary, 

1851 172 

Letter to DisraeH, 1862 82 

Addington's Administration, Cur- 
sory Remarks on, with Answers, 
1803 84 

Addison (Joseph) and Sir A. Foun- 
taine ; or, the Romance of a Por- 
trait, 1858 861 

Address on Government Interference 
in Rehgious Matters, 1859 395 

to the People of England, 

1798 804 

Kentucky Legislature, 1866... 249 

Addresses, Natureof thelate,S. T.C. 1 

Adler (Marcus N.) The Temple at 
Jerusalem, 1887 .T. Q. 9 

Administration of Affairs in Great 
Britam, Ireland etc. 1823 269 



TEA 



287 



Tracts — continued. 

Administration, Present Thoughts 
on, 1806 39 

Administrative Eeform, by Jacob 
Omnium, 1855 396 

Advent T. T. 16 

Ad%'ice to Members of the October 
Club, 1712 258 

Advocacy in the County Courts, 
1851 165, 344 

Africa, S., Distressed Settlers, Ee- 
port 152 

Properties of the Natal Land 

and Colonisation Company, 1878 429 

Constitution of the Chiu-ch of, 

1878 381 

Africa (West) : Correspondence on 
the West African University, 
1872 428 

African Educational Soc. at Wash- 
ington, 1830 173 

Africans, Oppressed, Case rec. to 
Gov. by Quakers, 1784 16 

Agnew (Sir A.) Letter to, on Sun- 
day Observance 159 

Agricultural Association, Origin, 
etc. 1819 128 

Petition, Eefutation of Argu- 
ments on 143 

and National Distress, Post- 
script to Observations on 1 50 

interest, Eeports on the State 

of, 1850 340 

Eetums of Great Britain &c. 

1868 387 

Agriculture , Protection to 147 

Aikin (J.) Thoughts on Hospitals, 
1781 56 

Airy (G. B.) Chart for Observation 
of Mars 193 

Aitchison (Geo.) On Colour as 
apphed to Architecture, 1857 

T. Q. 1 

Principles of Eestoration, 1877 372 

Aitchison (W. J.) The Bank of Eng- 
land Eesex-ve and exceptional 
Issues, 1873 357 

Akenside, Pleasures of Lnagination, 
1754 126 

Akerman (J. Y.) Weapons of Celts, 
1852 76 

Alabama Claims and Mr. Sumner, 
a letter by J. C. B. Davis, 
1878 T. Q. 6 

Narrative of the Cruise, 1884 433 

Alanus (H.) Hannibal, 1866 288 

Alarm to Great Britain from Throne 
to Cottage: Export of Money to 
East Indies, 1755 220 

The True, 1770 230 

Albert (Prince) Addresses on dif- 
ferent Pubhc Occasions, 1857 ... 251 

Speeches, 1857 364 



Alcock (Col. T.) Eemarks on Move- 
ments of the Present Time, 1872 310 
Belative Power of Nations, 

1872 309, 316 

Part 2, 1874 374,381 

Tenure of Land in Ireland . . . 167 

Alderson (Sir J.) Address to the 

College of Phvsicians, 1871 363 

Aldi-idge (Eev. E.) Sermons, 1850 190 

On Auricular Confession, 1873 356 

Alfieri (P.) Notizie Biografiche di 

Nic. JomelU, 1845 398 

Alger (W. E.) American Poets, 

1869 . 257 

All's a Delusion, 1847 " 185 

AUegiance, Case of S. T. W\ 1 

(Oaths of) and Supremacy no 

Badges of Slavery, S. T. C. 2 

Allen (Capt. W.) Plan for imme- 
diate Extinction of Slave Trade, 

1849 168 

Allen (J.) Church Property and 

Tithes, 1833 105 

Allen (J. A.) Educational Test a 

Qualification for Eemunerative 

Employment, 1857 329 

Allen (E.) The Currency ; Banking 

and BuUion Question, 1858 323 

AUen (E.) Vindication of Singing of 

Psahns, 1696 370 

AUies, Conduct of 147 

AUnatt (C. F. B.) Cathedra Petri, 

1879 402 

Almanzor, Maxims of S. T. W. 2 

Almon. Letters to, on Matters of 

Libel 69 

Collection of Tracts 66-69 

Almond (H. H.) Lowe's Educat. 

Theories, 1868 253 

Altnordische Texte, herausg. v. E. 

Mogk, 1886 449 

Alvord (J. W.) Eeport on Schools 

for Freedmen, 1868 268 

Amari (M.) Sull' Equihbrio Politico, 

1867 279 

La SicHe et les Bourbons, 

1849 358 

Amberley (Visct.) A few W^ords on 

Clerical Subscription, 1864 374 

America Vindicated, 1774 30 

The effect of Secession upon the 

Commercial Eelations between 

North and South, 1861 357 

Metropol. Museum of Art, 

Eeport, 1879 382 

The Hill Country of Alabama, 

1878 387 

Catalogus Senat. Acad. Univ. 

Harvardians, 1815 405 

idem, 1818 419 

Lidianopolis, Pubhc Library, 

First Eeport, 1874 361 



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Tbacts — C071 tinned. 

America, 20th Eeport of Public 
Schools in Washington, 1865 ... 373 

(Spanish) Observations on In- 
structions given by President of 
United States, 1829 96 

U.S. Sanitary Commission ... 431 

Keport on Sufferings of 

Prisoners of War amongst the 
Eebels, 1864 433 

Eeply to Strictures on Pro- 
tecting System, 1880 419 

Inland Navigation, Facts re- 
lating to, 1805 419 

Eeport of Sec. of Interior, 1869 435 

American Association for Eelief of 
the Misery of Battle-Fields, 1866 263 

Loyal Science Association, 

Constitution etc. 1866 263 

• Social Science Association, 

Constitution, Address etc. 1866... 284 

Question, Documents respect- 
ing 131 

Eefutation of Arguments, 

1863 244 

States, Observations on Com- 
merce of, 1783 — Examination of 
foregoing Work, 1791 30 

War, Conduct of Sir W. Howe, 

1779 58 

Detail of, under Gage etc. 

1780 61 

(North) Pamphlet on S. 

American Affairs 142 

(South) Policy of recognising 

Independence 150 

Mining Companies, Notes on, 

1825 315 

Americanisation, a Letter to J. S. 
Mill, 1866 288 

Amero (J.) L'Eveque Anglicain ... 279 

Amicable Accommodation of the 
Difference between the Eepre- 
senter and Answerer, 1686 304 

Amicis (E. de) Eicordi di Londra, 
seguiti da una visita ai quartieri 
poveri, 1877 411 

Amortissement des Emprunts 246 

Amos (S. ) Best Modes of Studying 
Jurisprudence, 1870 310 

the Laws of Demerara, 1871 311 

Anabaptists, Petition of the, 1660... 301 

Analogy of Nature and Eeligion, 

Sc. T. 7 

Analysis of the Bill for County 
Organisation 291 

Anatomy of an Equivalent, S. T. C. 2 

Ancient Buildings, First Eeport of 
Society for Protection of, 1878 ... 421 

Anderson's College, Glasgow, 
Calendar, 1879-80 388 

Anderson. (A.) On the recent Com- 
mercial Distress, 1847 819 



Anderson (A.) On Eevision of Taxa- 
tion, 1850 340 

Anderson (Dr.) Nature of Corn 
Laws 1877 T. E. 5 

and Gisborne, Single Horse 

Carts, 1795 29 

Andrew (J. A.) Addresses to Legis. 
of Massachusetts, 1861-66 ...263, 432 

Errors of Prohibition, 1867 ... 268 

Address to the Agricultural 

Society of Vermont, 1866 ..'. 263 

Andrew (W. P.) Completion of the 
Eailway System of the Valley of 
the Indus, 1869 25G 

Andrews (T.), Studium Generale, 
1857 275 

Church in Ireland, 1869. ..275, 290 

On Education, 1867 285 

Angell (J.) The Alcohol Question, 
1879 382 

Personal and Household Ar- 
rangements in relation to Health, 
N.D 888 

Angler's Note Book, No. 1, 1884 ... 406 

Angleterre, Constitution de 1' 156 

Anglican Orders, Are they Valid ? 

293, 310 

Anglicanism in its Eesuits, 1851 ... 159 

Animal Economy, Sketch of, 1781 50 

Animaux (Les) Diplomates, 1863 ... 83 

Animosities, 111 Effects of, S. T. C. 2 

Anjou (Duke of) Succession of, 

S. T. W. 3 

Anne (Princess) Letter to the Queen, 

S. T. C. 2 

Annely (B.) Theory of the Winds, 
1729 6 

Annett (P.) Free Inquirer, 1826 ... 280 

Annuaire de I'Association pour I'En- 
couragement des Etudes grecques 
en France, 1871 412 

Annual Eeport, Dockyard Estabhsh- 
ment, 1863-64 435 

Annuity Tax, Select Committee Ee- 
port, 1851 .' 836 

Anstey (C.) Farmer's Daughter, 
1795 T. Q. 3 

Anstey (T. C.) Plea for Eestitution 
of Franchise, 1866 285 

Crime and Government at 

Hong Kong, 1859 247 

Anstey' s Bill for the better Admi- 
nistration of Charitable Trusts ; 
Eeport on, 1847 844 

Anti-Annuity Tax League, Com- 
mittee's Eeport, 1850 330 

Anticipations of H.M.'s Speeches, 
1778-79 13, 251 

An ti- Corn Law Association Address, 
1840 337 

Antiquaries, Copenhagen, Eep. 
1834-36 104 



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Tracts — continxied. 

Anti-Salt Monopoly of India Asso- 
ciation, 1847 836 

Anti-Times (The) Nov. 20, 1819 ... 368 
Antonius (M. Archbishop of Spa- 

latro) Motives of, 1616 300 

Antrim (Marq. of) King's Letter jus- 
tifying S. T. C. 2 

Apologie for the Church of England, 

1685 304 

Apology for an Old Bootseller, 1882 420 

Apostles, The Twelve Sc. T. 11 

Apostolic Commission, Scripture 

View .....T. T. 24 

Apostolic Succession, Arguing cone, 

T. T. 19 

Adherence to, the Safest 

Course T. T. 4 

in English Church T. T. 15 

Apostolicffi Sedis, de Constitutione, 

cura P. Avanzini, 1872 364 

Appeal to Eeason to reform itself, 

1872 312 

to those in Power etc. 1787 36 

from Clamour to Common 

Sense, 1881 92 

to Clergy etc. on opening 

Churches for private Prayer, n.d. 378 

to the Thoughtful Sc. T. 2 

to the Wisdom and Piety of 

our Ancestors, 1885 112 

Appel (Carl) Die Berliner Hand- 
schriften, 1886 447 

Appointments for Merit, and the 
Abolition of Patronage, 1855 332 

Apprentice Laws, Origin and Object 132 

Apsley House, Guide to 201 

Aram (Eugene) Trial and Defence 
of 152 

Arbitration : Facts in Eelation to 
War, Peace, and Litemational Ar- 
bitration, 1872 427 

Proces verbal de la Conf, inter- 

nat. tenue a Bruxelles, Oct. 1882 438 

Archaeological Publications, Notices 201 

Archer (C. P.) Common Sense 
Remedy for Ii-eland, 1868 313 

Archer (T.) Historv, Resources etc. 
of Queensland, 1880 399 

Archer (W. H.) Progres de Victoria 
depuis 1835 jusqu'a 1866 255 

Archipelago (E.) Company's Rep. 
1850 177 

Architecture (Notes of Ancient 
Church) m 15th century, particu- 
larly Bristol, n.d T.Q. 7 

Archives, Public, Management of 107 

Arctic Mystery, The Great, 1856 ... 177 

Argument in Favour of a Code etc. 
1867 282 

Arguments relating to a Restraint 
upon the Press, sm. 4to, 1712 ... 436 

Aristocracy and Democracy 109 



Aristotelian Society's First Report, 

1882 401 

Armenians (The) and the Eastern 

Question, 1877 386 

Army, Horse Guards, and People, 

1860 195 

Bengal, Mutmy of, 1858 195 

British, Sanitary Reform, 1859 195 

Reform, Letter on, by Jacob 

Omnium, n.d 396 

Standing, inconsistent, with 

Free Gov S. T. W. 2, 139 

Argument against, recti- 
fied, 1697 264 

Amim (Count) Vorgeschichte des 
Amimschen Processes, 1876 424 

Arnold, Mutual Rel. of Knowledge 189 

Arnold (A.) The Promises of Turkev, 
N.D .'.. 386 

Arnold (M.) England and Ital. Quest. 
1859 191 

Arnold (T. J.) Law of Church Rates, 
1837 105 

Amould, Lines on Sir R. Peel, 1850 185 

Arrivabene (Ct.) Finances of Italy, 
1865 246 

Ai-t of Dress, a Poem, 1717 379 

Arthur (T. S.) Growler's Income 
Tax, 1864 248 

Arthur (W.) The People's Day, 1855 272 

Appeal to Lord Stanley 

against a French Sunday, 1855 346 

Articles, Thirty-nine, Queries rel. to, 
1772 71 

Arundel and Surrey (Earl of) On 
British Catholics, 1847 331 

Ashburnham (Comte de) Les Manu- 
scrits du, Rapport, 1883 410 

Ashburnham (Lord) Enghsh Catho- 
hcs and Home Rule, 1886 442 

his Arguments against Home 

Rule answered, 1886 442 

Ashburton's (Lord) Prizes, 1853 178 

Financial and Com. Crisis, 1847 164 

Ashley (Lord) On Opium Trade, 
1843 118 

Ashley, PoHtical Dialogue, 1793, T.Q. 3 

Ashpitel and Whichcord, Baths, 
Washhouses, 1851 76 

Ashton, Paper del. by, at his Execu- 
tion, to Sir F. Child S. T. W. 2 

Ash worth (H.) State of Lancashire, 
1842 114 

Cotton Cultivation etc. 1858 202 

Aspem (Dr.) Beitrage zur iiltem 

Geschichte Holstems, 1849 316 

Aspland (L. M.) The Law of Blas- 
phemy, 1884 427 

Asseline (A.) Gazette de Grimm, 1858 366 

Assey (C.) Trade to China, etc 143 

Assize Sermons, 1872 312 

Association for the Reform of the 



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Tracts — continued. 

Law of Nations. Eeport of Con- 
ference, 1879 882, 387 

Association Conference at Berne, 1880 430 

at Hamburg, August 1885 447 

Association pour I'Encouragement 
des Etudes grecques en France, 

Notice sur 412 

Astronomical Eegister, Index by 

Levander, 1883 423 

Astronomical Society, President's 

Address, 1885 429 

E. Dunkin's Address, 1886 ... 440 

Astronomy, Eemarks (in Swedish) 289 
Atcheson (N.) American Encr. on 

Brit. Eights 135 

Athanasian Creed T. T. 22 

1861 252 

Eeports of Meetings in defence 

of, 1873 356 

Atkin (Baron) Speech to Sir W. 

Ashurst S. T. W. 2 

Atkinson (E.) Eeport on Cotton 

Manufacture, 1862 248, 262 

Collection of Eevenue, 1867... 268 

Atkinson (J.) On the Transfer of 

Land, 1853 344 

Atkinson (W.) State of Poht. Eco- 
nomy, 1838 113 

Attributes of Deity, Ancient Opinions 

on 107 

Attwood (M.) Speech 122 

Auber, Letter to Lord Buckmgham- 

shire 214 

Auchterarder Case, Letter to Lord 

Brougham on, 1839 354 

Auckland (Lord) and Lord Ellen- 
borough, 1845 163 

Aufstand der Braunschweiger, 1830 85 
Aumale (Due d') Lettre sur I'His- 

toire de France, 1861 861 

Austin on Depreciation of Gold, 1858 196 
Austin (A.) Note of Admir. to ' Sat. 

Eeview,' 1861 200 

Austin (C. E.) On Cleansing of Ei vers, 

1872 309 

Austin (J.) Plea for Brit. Constitu- 
tion, 1859 195, 285 

Jurisprudence, 1868 244 

Australia, Letter from Patriotic 

Assoc, of, 1843 186 

Australia andN. Zealand, Steam to, 

1843 186 

Australia, What should the Govt, do 

for? 186 

(S.)inl842 186 

Eights of Landowners of, 1845 186 

Land and Labour in, 1845 ... 186 

Australian Federation, 1877 400 

Austria, a Constitutional State, 1867 288 
Austrian Eed-book, Nov. 1866 to 

Dec. 1867 309 

The same, 1868 276 



Authors' Publication Soc, On Esta- 
blishment of, 1843 183 

Aylesford (Lord) Three Letters to, 
on Eesol. passed at Warwick, 
1790 18 

Azeglio (M. P.) Present Movement 
in Italy ; Austrian Assass. in 
Lombardy, 1847-48 163 

Babbage (C.) Peerage for Life, 
1856 175 

Schentz's Calc. Machine, 1856 178 

On Property Tax, 1848 196 

Bach (A.) Merkwiirdige Hexenpro- 
zesse, 1848 188 

Bachelin (A.) Description du Livre 
d'lieures du Prieure de Saint Lo, 
1859 T.Q. 9 

Bacon's Guide to American Politics, 
1868 416 

Bacon (T.) Tyranny in Taxation, 
1867 249 

Badger (Eev. H. C.) Abraham Lin- 
coln, 1865 261 

Badham (C), Adhortatio ad Juven- 
tutem Academicam Sydneiensem, 
1869 283 

Badley, Extra. Cure by Pr. Hohen- 
lohe 151 

Baer (C.) Del presente Valore dell' 
Oro e deir Argento, 1857 294 

Bagshawe's (E. G.) Monstrous Evils 
of Enghsh Eule in Ireland, 1886 442 

Bahadoor (M. M. M. K.) Oude, its 
Princes, etc. 1857 281 

Bailey (Mr.) Trial of Mrs. Caroline 
Eudd, 1775 T.Q. 2 

Baillie (E. J.) JohnEuskin : aspects 
of his Thought and Teaching, 
1882 421 

Baily (W.) Proportional Eepresenta- 
tion in large Constituencies, 1869, 
1872 310 

Bain (A.) Short History of Electric 
Clocks, 1852 334 

Baines (E.) Value of the Sabbath to 
the Working Classes, 1855 346 

On the New Government Mea- 
sure of Education, 1858 328 

Letters to Lord J. Eussell, n.d. 360 

Baird (G. H.), Dissertatio Medica de 
Gastro-Enteritide, 1831 383 

Baker (Sir Sherston) The Office of 
Vice-Admiral of the Coast, 1884 439 

Balance of Power (The) 92, 98 

Baldi (B.) Celeo e 1' Orto, Egloga, 
1751 430 

Balfour (Maj.-Gen.) Budgets etc. 
of England and France, 1866 288 

Balguy (Bp.) Charge to the Clergy 
of Winchester, 1772 297 

Ball (J.) What to be done for Ire- 
land? 1849 167 



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Tracts — continued. 

Ballantyne, Letters on Suffrage . . . 180 \ 

What is Pre-Raphaelitism ? \ 

1856 181 

BaUot, Authorities for 849 

Working of, 1871 ...T. Q. 1 and 277 , 

Benefit of S. T. C. 1 

Moral Argument for 349 

Banfield (T.), De Montium Cultu, 

1834 ; 118 

Bank Act, 1844-55 322 

Bank of England, Historical Sketch, 

1831 88 

Circulating Medium, 1821 ... 122 

Remarks of Secret Comm. on, ' 

1819 128 

Practical Working of Act, 1844, 

1849 164 

Resuming Cash Payments 143 

Bank Charter Act, Arguments for 

and against it, 1857 323 

Bank Stock, Addition to Proprietors 

of 136 

Bank Monopoly, Letter on, 1858 ... 323 

Bankers' Circular, 1855 322 

Bankers' Magazine, 1854, 1856 321, 322 
Banking, Pro%incial, Plan for Re- 
form 147 

Bankruptcy Reform, 1859 195 

Bankruptcy Act, 1861, ed. by Haz- 

htt and Roche, 1861 248 

Bannatyne (Major J. M.) Our Mili- 
tary Forces and Reserves, 1867... 287 
Bannister, Pictorial Maps, 1849 ... 189 
Bannister (S.) Abol. of Transporta- 
tion, 1837 106 

Right to be heard etc. 

1851 78, 165 

Banting (W.) On Corpulence, 1883 405 

Baptism T. T. 40 

Scriptural Views of T. T. 57 

Letter on Pusey's Tract 

on ". T. T. 82 

Baptist Mission to Lidia, 1813 187 

Barbauld's Liquiry into Wakefield 

on Social Worship, 1792 31 

Barber (F.) Book of Rates for the 

W. Riding of Yorkshire 291 

Barber (Capt. J.) Steam Navigation 

with India, 1837 103 

Barbour (G. F.) Prevention of Rail- 
way Accidents, 1854 341 

Barclay (Rev. P.) Notes on New Zea- 
land, 1873 357 

Bardsley (Rev. J.) Church of Eng- 
land externally considered, 1862 82 
Baring (A.) Enq. into Orders in 

CouncQ, 1808 48 

Baring (F.) Commutation Act, 1786 2 
Barlow (H. C.) Di\Tna Commedia, 

1865 246 

On the Vernon Dante, 1870... 369 

Memour of, 1868 423 

n. 



Barlow (H. C.) F. da Rimini and 
the Malatesti 193, 425 

Barlow (Rev. J.) Sermons 190 

Barnes (R.) On the Judgment of the 
Judicial Committee in the case of 
the Bishop of Natal, 1866 290 

Bamet (Dr.) Liq. into State of 
Affaurs S. T. W. 1 

Bamett (H, C.) Sanitary Improve- 
ment in Western Austraha, 1876 428 

Baronets' Committee, Address to, 
1837 119 

Barrett (Joseph) Sermons, 1813 ... 205 

Barrey, Oxford University, 1854 ... 189 

Barrington (Bishop) Charge, 1792... 297 

Barrow, Case of Queen's CoU. Oxf. 
1850 189 

Barruel's Memoirs of Jacobinism, 
1798 318 

Barry (H. B.) Renovation of Cathe- 
dral Institutions, 1852 161 

Barthez (P. T.) Traitement des 
Fluxions 55 

Bartholomew Ejectment, Bicen- 
tenary, 1862 82 

Bartlett (J.) Windmill Sails for 
Vessels 143 

Bartlett ( W.) The Primitive Congre- 
gational Way, 1647 301 

Bartley, Pastm-e Land in Tillage, 
1802 42 

Bartol (C. A.) Tribute to Maj. Wil- 
lard, 1862 286 

Base (John) On Emigration, 1862 82 

Basis of a New Reformation, Sc. T, 6, 11 

Bastard (T. H.) Scepticism and 
Social Justice Sc. T. 15 

Bastide (J.) Luttes religieuses des 
premiers siecles, n.d 413 

Basuto Wai-, The, N.D 406 

Bate (C. S.) On the Development of 
Decapod Crustacea, 1857 T. Q. 6 

Bateman (J.) Metropol. Water 
Supply, 1865 285 

Bates (C. J.) Glance at the Wages 
Question in England, 1878 387 

Bath and WeUs (Bishop of), Letter 
to,1849 161 

Bathurst (Lord) Speech, Observa- 
tion on 141 

Batte (L.) Raphael de M. Morris 
Moore, 1859 259 

Battle of the Bards, a Poem, 1800, 

T. Q. 5 

Battle of Dorking, Reminiscences of 
a Volunteer [by Col. Hamley], 
1871..... 364 

Battle of the Sexes, a Poem, 
1723 379 

Battye (R. F.) Existence of a Sixth 
Sense etc. 1859 84, 269 

Baumgarten, in der Krim, 1857 ... 358 

B 



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Tracts — continued. 

Baverstock (J.) State of the Brewery 

and Saccharine Quality of Malt... 181 
Baxter (D.) English Parties and 

Conservatism, 1870 283 

NewEeform Bill, 1866 277 

Baxter (E.) Of Saving Faith, 1658 301 
Baxter (Eobt.) Irish Protest. Church 293 
Voice of the Country 

upon, 1869 813 

Baxter (W. L.) The Sabbath not for 

the Jew but for Man, 1880 404 

Bazaine (Marec.) Eapport sur les 

Operations de TArm^e du Ehin, 

1870 292 

Eapport du Bataille de Eezon- 

ville, 1870 294 

Beaconsfield (Earl of) Memoir of 

(from ' The Times ') 1881 424 

Beales (E.) Speech, 1865 246 

Beard (C.) University College and 

Mr. Martineau, 1867 282 

• Eeview of Havet's Origins of 

Christianity 391 

Beaudemouhn (L. A.) La Guerre 

s'en va, N.D 413 

Beaufort (Le Comte de) Eecherches 

sur la Prothese des membres, 

1867 407 

Beaufoy on Eepeal of Corp. and 

Test Acts, 1787 19 

Beaulieu (P. L.) Les Guerres con- 

temporaines (1858-66) 266 

Beaumont (B.) on Parish Banks ... 136 
Beaumont (J.) The New Slavery, 

1871 311 

• What is Lord Elgin to do ? 

Our relations with China, 1857... 426 
Beaumont (J. T. B.) Public-house 

Licensing 138 

Criminal Jurisprudence... 147, 148 

Beaumont (Lord) and Duke of Nor- 
folk, Eem. on Letters of, 1850 ... 160 

Ditto (1874) 361,363 

Beaumont (T. W.) Plainte contre 

M. Somers 118 

Beauties of Fox, North, and Burke, 

1784 10 

Bebb's Letters, 1813 205 

Becher (Gen. J. Eeid) Sketch of 

Career, 1884 440 

Beck-Bernard (Mme. L.) Causes 

preventives chez les Femmes, 

1872 412 

Becker (Lydia E.) Franchise for 

Women 268 

Eeply to Fitzjames Stephen's 

Strictures on Mill, 1874 872 

Eights of Women in Local 

Government, 1879 382 

Becker (W. A.) Eomische Topo- 

graphie in Eom, 1844 248 

Becket on Hydrostatic Balance, 1775 53 



Beckett, Plan for raising Six Mil- 
lions 181 

Beckford, Negroes in Jamaica, 1788 16 
Beddoes, Alternatives compared, 
1797 23 

Constitution etc. of Human 

Body, 1797 29 

Letter to Sir J. Banks on Dis- 
contents in Medicine, 1808 44 

Beecher on Friendly Societies 102 

Beecher (H. W.) Oration on capture 
of Fort Sumter, and Sermon on 
Death of Pres. Lincoln, 1865 ... 432 

Speech on the American Ee- 

bellion [1868] 432 

Beesley (E. S.) A Word for France 287 

Begbie (M.) Partnership en Com- 
mandite, 1852 385 

Beke (Dr.) Abbadie's Journey to 
Kaffa, 1850 177 

Few Words with Bp. Colenso, 

1862 252 

Sources of the Nile, 1863, 

1864 85, 244,245 

Belcher (Eev. H.) Traffic in Degrees, 
1872 444 

Belcher (T. W.) Is Christ the Head of 
His Church in England ? 1880... 425 

Belgique (M. le Eegent) Eap. du 
Ministre dea Affaires etrangeres 
a, 1831 95 

Belgravia, a Poem, 1851 185 

Belhaven, Subject-matter of a 
Union, 1706 258 

Bell (A.) On Prohibiting the Use of 
Grain in Distilling, 1808, 31, T. E. 5 

Bell (A. M.) Visible Speech, 1865 ... 288 

Bell (Evans) Letter to Sir J. D. 
Gordon, 1882 423 

Bell Inscriptions, A Chapter on ... 293 

Bellamy (J.) Christ the only God, 
1792 12 

Bellasis (E.) Eeview of a Eeview of 
Foster's Peerage 402 

Bellew (Eev. H. W.) EeHef and Sup- 
port of Disabled Soldiers etc. 
1865 249 

Belligerent Eights asserted, 1806 ... 48 

Bellini (H. L.) Best Method for 
developing the Natural Taste for 
Music, 1869 286 

Belsham (T.) Discourse on Truth 
etc. 1790 17 

Bemis (G.) Alabama Negociations 
etc. 1869 276 

Hasty Eecognition of Eeb. 

BelHgerency 268 

Precedents of American Neu- 
trality, 1864 488 

Bendyshe (T.) The last Christian, 
N.D 449 

Benett (J.) Commutation of Tythes 135 



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Tracts — continued. 

Benezet, Caution to Great Britain 
etc. 1767 73 

Bengal, Strictures on Mocurrery 
System of Landed Property in, 
with Replies 213 

Method of cultivating the 

Sugar Cane, 1794 213 

Husbandry and Inter. Com- 
merce in, 1806 240 

Bennet, Abuses existing in Newgate 140 

Bennett, Account of Australia, 1843 186 

Bennett (G.) Introduction of the 
Orange into New South Wales . . . 255 

Benson (C.) Sermon at Temple 
Church, 1882 870 

Benson (Dr. G.) Sermon on Death 
of, 1762 126 

Bentham (J.) View of Hard-Labour 
BiU, 1778 20 

To French Nat. Convention, 

1829 96 

Defence of Economy 188, 139 

Principles of a Constitutional 

Code....... 151 

Indications respecting Lord 

Eldon 155,441 

Ch. of E. Catechism examined 

Sc. T. 6 

The same, 1868 278 

Influence of Natural Religion 

on Temporal Happiness (by Philip 
Beauchamp) 1875 404 

Bere (T.) Controversy between Mrs. 
H. More and the Curate of Blag- 
don, 1801 43 

Berendts (Dr. C. H.) Analytical 
Alphabet for Mexican and Central 
American Languages 311 

Berens ( Archd. ) Letters 183 

Berkeley (Hon. F.) The Election 
Screw, 1853 349 

Berlan (F.) II Conte Francesco di 
Carmagnola, 1855 448 

BerHn, The Treaty of, and the Con- 
vention of Constantinople, 1880. . . 398 

Bernard (Sir T.) Supply of Fish for 
the Manufactinring Poor 130 

Employment and Subsistence 

for Labouring Classes 139 

Bemays (J.) Ueber die Chronik des 
Sulpicius Severus, 1861 ...T. Q. 5 

Bernstein (A.) Origin of the Legends 
of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob 

Sc. T. 15 

Bernstein (G. H.) Lexic.Ling. Syria- 
cae, N.D T. Q. 4 

Berrington (Rev. J.) State and Be- 
haviour of EngHshCathoHcs, 1780 365 

Berryer (M.) Speech on the Trial of 
Montalembert, 1858 423 

Bert (Paul) Instruction religieuse 
dans I'Ecole, K.D 409 



Besant (A.) Religious Education of 

Children Sc. T. 16 

Besant (W.) Life in a Hospital, 

N.D. 421 

Beseler (Dr. G.) Der Londoner Ver- 

trag, 1863 246 

Die Engl. Franz. Garantie vom 

Jahre 1720, 1864 246 

Best (J. R.) New Poor Law, 1837... 354 
Bethlehem Hospital, Obs. on Rep. 

on, 1852 166 

Bevan (G. P.) Iiondon Water Sup- 
ply, 1884 417 

Biber (Dr. E.) Enghsh Church on 
the Continent, 1846 190 

Bible for Man, not Man for the 
Bible ...Sc. T. 17 

Bible as a record of Historical De- 
velopment Sc. T. 1 

Bible Self-Contradictions Sc. T. 3 

Bible Soc., British and Foreign, 
Ti-ans. of 135 

BidweU, Rambles in New Zealand, 
1841 186 

Bigelow (J.) Limits of Education, 
1865 250 

Biggs, Six Letters on Greece and 
Turkev, 1847 342 

Bignor, Roman Villa at, 1839 179 

Bill, Time-Bargain orW^ageringBill, 
1863 244 

Bill to prevent frivolous Arrests, 
Letter concerning, 1726 304 

BiUon (J. ) Participation des Ouvriers 
aux Benefices des Patrons, 1877 409 

Binney (T.) Lecture on Authorship, 
1854 364 

Binney (W.) Oration on the death of 
Pres. Lmcohi, 1865 432 

Biographia Britannica, New (Pro- 
spectus) 248 

Biographical Magazine, No. 1, edited 
byF. Martin, 1877 369 

Birch (S.) On a Tablet in the British 
Museum relating to two Archi- 
tects, 1884 441 

Bird, Proposal for Paying Nat. Debt, 
1799 40 

Bird (Rev. C. S.) Immediate Revival 
of Convocation, 1852 260 

Burd (R. W.) SpoHation of Oude, 
1857 78 

Birks (Rev. T. R.) Mathematical 
and Moral Certainty, 1884 118 

On the Revised Code, 1862 ... 200 

Uncertainties of Modem Physi- 
cal Science, 1876 380 

Birmingham Riots, Welsh Free- 
holder on, 1791 5 

Bisbie (N.) Modem Pharisees, 1683 302 

Bishop (D.) Constitution of Society 

designed by God, 1847 169 

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Tbacts — continued. 

Bishop (Dan.) On the Currency i 

Question, 1848 320 1 

Bishop (J. P.) Thoughts for the 
Times, 1863 250 

Bishop (T. B.j Wimbledon Common, 
1867 282 

Bishops and Clergy, Case of de- 
prived S.T.W. 1 

and Archbishops now in Lon- 
don, Sense of S.T.W. 3 

Address to, 1790 19 

Priests, and Deacons ...T. T. 12 

Bismarck (Cte.) Discours prononces, 
1867 254 

Bismark (Prince) Friend or Foe ? 
1878 381, 425 

Blackall (Dr.) Sermon at Cambridge, 
June 30, 1700 296 

Blackburn (Helen) Facts of the 
Women's Suffrage Question, 1878 382 

Blackburn (J.) Description of a Para- 
bolic Sounding Board, 1829 368 

Blacker, Improvement of Small 
Farms, 1845 176 

Evils Insep. from Mixed Cur- 
rency, 1844 113 

Blackie (J. S.) Scotch Water Cure, 
1849 195 

Blackstone's Commentary, Account 
of National Debt T. R. 3 

Blake (E. A.) A Life Race, a Play 381 

Blake (Sir F.) House of Lords, 
People's Charter and the Corn 
Laws, 1839 337, 354 

Blake (J. A.) Sea Fisheries of Ire- 
land, 1868 270 

Blake (J. H.) On Conservancy of 
Rivers, Prevention of Floods etc. 
1882 401 

Blakesley (Rev. J. W.) On Recom- 
mendations of Ecclesiastical Com- 
mission 105 

Private Tuition at Cambridge, 

1846 116 

Praelectiones in Scholis Can- 
tab. 1850 189 

Sermons, 1836-52 ...105, 112, 190 

Blanc (Sam.) Essai d'un Cours 
d'Instruction civique et d'Econ. 
polit. 1870 409 

Blanquiere (E.) State of Greek Con- 
federation 151 

Blanquiere (L.) Greece and her 
Claims 155 

Bleasdale (Rev. J. J.) Gemmes et 
Pierres pr^cieuses trouv6es dans 
Victoria, 1867 256 

Bleek ( W. H. J.) Origin of Language, 
1869 276 

BlickundWort 198 

Blind (K.) Schleswig-Holstein, 1861 80 

Blind, on training of, 1875 876 



Blodget (L.) Commercial etc. 

Strength of the U.S. 1864 262 

Blore, Statistics of Cape Colony, 

1871 291, 311 

Blumstengel (Dr. K. G.) Leibnitz's 

.Egyptischer Plan, 1869 279 

Blundell (B.) Review of Peyton's 

History of Virginia 871 

Blytt (A.) Immigration of the Nor- 
wegian Flora, Christiania, 1871... 488 
Boak, Elucidations of Character, 

1802 43 

Bodichon (Dr.) Le Vade Mecum de 

la Polit. Fran9. 1883 449 

Bodichon (Mrs.) Reasons for the 

Enfranchisement of Women, 1866 291 
—■ — Reasons for and against the 

Enfranchisement of Women, 1872 372 
Bodley (R. L.) Lecture at Women's 

Medical College, Pennsylvania, 

1868 257 

Boens (H.) La Variole, la Vaccine, 

efc les Vaccinides en 1884 410 

Bohn (H. G.) Paper Duty considered, 

1861 267 

Bohun (E.) History of the Deser- 
tion ; Doctrine of Non-resistance, 

S. T. W. 1 
Bois (V.) La Telegraphie ^lectrique, 

1853 334 

Bombay Bank, History of 267 

Memorial to the Secretary of 

State for India, 1867 267 

Students' Society, Report, 

1856 178 

Bonaparte, Historical Doubts rela- 
tive to 156 

Life of, by J. M. G. 1815 208 

Bonaparte (Prince Louis Napoleon) 
Courte Notice sur, 1848 388 

Books, The best Hundred, a ' Pall 
Mall Extra,' N.D T. Q. 9 

Bookselling Question, 1852 183 

Boone (J. S.) One, Manifold, or, 
System 361 

Booth (H.) Speech S. T. C. 2 

Rationale of the Currency 

Question, 1847 819 

Booth (S. M.) Justice Essential to 
National Prosperity, 1866 268 

Borneo Revelations, by Scrutator, 
1850 177 

Borring (E.) Limites M6rid. de la 
Monarchic Danoise, 1849 197 

Borthwick (A.) Address on the East- 
ern Question, 1878 886 

Bosquet (A.) Treatise on Duel- 
ling 141 

Bossuet, Church of England Doc- 
trine, 1686 804 

Doctrine of the Catholic 

Church, 1686 308 



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Tracts — con tin iied. 

Boston Public Library, Annual Re- 
port on, 1868 311 

. Bottger (Dr. H.) Entstehung der 

jetzigen Welfischen Lande, 1859 194 

Boucher de Perthes, De rHomme 
Antediluvien, 1860 361 

Boucberett (A.) Observations on 
Com, Cun-ency etc. 1839 337 

Bouille, Droits de Dannemarck, 1847 197 

Boulanger, Christianity unveiled, 
etc. 1819 260 

Bourdon (J.) Sur la Respiration, 
etc. 1820 55 

Bourinot (J. G.) Canada as a Home, 
1882 420 

Bourne (J. ) Indian Eiver Irrigation, 
1849 168 

■ Pubhc Works in India, 1856... 327 

Bourne (W. 0.) Poems of the Re- 
pubUc, xVei/; York, 1864 434 

Bouterwek (C. W.) Screadunga ; An- 
glosaxonica maximam partem in- 
edita, 1858 T. Q. 6 

BoutweU (G. S.) Reconstruction, its 
true bases, Boston, U.S. 1865 ... 432 

Bouverie (E. P.) The Province of 
Government, 1884 416 

Bowditch, Vind. of Major-General 
Napier ; State of Laws in Channel 
Islands, 1844 160 

Bowdler (John) Reform or Ruin, 
1798 318 

Bowdler (Rev. T.) Letter to the 
Evangelical Members of the 
Church of England, 1850 398 

Bowen, Ithaca in 1850 177 

Missionary Incitement and 

Hindu Demorahsation, 1821 207 

Bowen (F.) Classical Studies, 1867 268 

Bowler, Rep. to Canterbury Associa- 
tion, 1851 171 

Bowles (J.) to Whitbread on Pari. 
Approbation of Lancaster's Sys- 
tem, 1807 37 

Reflections on the War, 1802 308 

Bowles (Rev. W. L.) Vindication of 
Winchester CoUege 142 

Pope, his Poetical Character ; 

Letters to Lord Byron on Pope... 147 

M'Dermot's Reply to 149 

Increase of Crimes 144 

Reply to Charges 146 

A few words on the Cathedral 

Clergy, Sahsb. 1831 445 

Bowring (J.) Prisons in Spain and 
Portugal 152 

Oriental Plague and Quaran- 
tines, 1838 110 

Bowyer (G.) Cardinal Archbishop of 
Westminster, 18-50 160 

Boyd (Rev. A.) A Corrupt Church: 
a Sermon, 1865 411 



Boyle (Robert) Inventor and Philan- 
thropist : a Sketch, by L. Saun- 
ders, 1885 439 

Boys' Beadle, The, 1871 287 

Bradeley (E.) On Religious Con- 
fessions in Courts of Justice, 
1855 425 

Brady (M.) Alleged Conversion of 
the Irish Bishops etc. 1866 275 

Braid (W.) Conduct of the E. India 
Company towards the Camatic 
Stipendiaries, 1853 325 

Brailsford (Rev. E.) Q. Anne's 
Bounty, 1865 316 

Bramah to Eyre, Trial of Horn- 
blower and Maberley for Lifring- 
ing Watt's Patent etc. 1797 41 

Bramble (B.) Farmer Convinced, 
1788 8 

Bramwell (Lord) Nationahsation of 
Land, 1844 430 

Speech on Liberty, 1883 423 

Branca (A.) Le Credit et la Banque 
Internationale, 1867 266 

Brannon (P.) The Air Boat for 
Aerostatic Air Travel 421 

Bran\aLle (P. de) Les Cables sous- 
marins etc. 1858 334 

Brassey (T.) On the Eastern Ques- 
tion, 1877 381, 383, 386 

On Agriculture in England 

and the United States, 1879 387 

Bray (Chas.) Illusion and Delusion, 

Sc. T. 9 
Bread, Report on Laws relating to 

its Sale etc 135 

Breard, New Plan of the French 

Constitution, 1793 280 

Brereton (General W.) The British 

Fleet in the Black Sea, n.d 396 

Bretland, Sennon on the Death of 

Mrs. E. Rowe, 1798 45 

Breviary (Roman) on the T. T. 75 

Brewster (Sir D.) Address to the 

Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1867 253 
Brice (A. C.) Indian Cotton Supply, 

1863 244 

Brickwood (J.) Plan for reducing 

National Debt, 1820 122 

Bridges (Rev. C.) Sermon by 199 

Bridges (J. H.) Unity of Comte's 

Life and Doctrine, 1866 288 

Brief Plea for the Old Faith of Eng- 
land, 1846 286 

Brief Enquiry into Leagues etc. 

1682 306 

Brigands (The) in Egypt : Solution 

of the International Crisis, 1882 420 
Briggs (Lt.-Gen.) Aboriginal Races 

of India etc. 1852 281 

Constitution of the Indian 

Armies, 1856 281 



246 



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Tbacts — continued. 

Briggs (H. C.) Industrial Partner- 
ships, 1868 •... 253 

Bright (H.) On Street Tramways, 
1868 254 

Brissot, Eeport of Committee of 
General Defence, 1793 24 

Bristed (C. A.) The Coward's Con- 
vention, 1864 243 

Bristol (Bp. of) Primary Charge ... 149 

Bristol, Recorder of, Speech, S. T. C. 

Britain, Great, Statistics of 154 

Political State Reviewed, 1787 9 

Britannia Languens, Disc, of Trade, 
1680 T.R. 1 

British Colonies, America, Measures 
for 60 

Commerce with America, India, 

etc 140 

Continental Connections Ill 

• Empire, Colonial Pohcy of, 1837 111 

Enterprise beyond Sea, 1852 125 

Fleets 119 

Government Anticipation of 

Marginal Notes on Declaration of 
Jan. 13th, 1813 130 

Institution, Catalogue of Pic- 
tures 181 

Labourers, Serious Consid. to, 

1803 34 

Museum Library, Arrangement 

in, 1846 183 

Management of 107 

British Rule m South Africa, 1868 313 

British Spirits, Comments on, 1848 336 

British and Foreign Anti- Slavery 
Society, Reports, 1841-43 116 

Evangel. Review, Jan. 

1856 272 

Briton (North) Extraordinary, 
printed, never pubhshed, 1763 ... 221 

Britton (J.) Mems. of H. Hatcher, 
1847 193, 269 

Broadhurst (Mrs.) Female Schools 156 

Broadside Union, Nos. 1 & 2 249 

Broc (P.) Sur les Races Humaines, 
1836 54 

Brock, Italien und die jetzige poli- 
tische Lage des u. Europas, 1859 191 

Broglie (M. le Due de) Discours de, 
1856 448 

Brook (W. 0. C.) Reason v. Autho- 
rity Sc. T. 13 

Brooke (J.) Extension of Franchise, 
1859 248 

Brougham (Lord) Speech on Corn 
Laws, 1839 837 

Discourse as Rector of Glasgow 

University — Speech on Present 
State of Law, 1825-28 62 

Speech against Orders in Coun- 
cil, 1808 1 48 

on Negro Slavery, 1830 91 

i 



Brougham (Lord) Two Pamphlets 

attr. to, 1830 91 

Speech on State of Law Re- 
form Bill 102 

on Income Tax, 1842 114 

Speeches 126 

Abuse of Charities 142 

on Education of Poor 146 

State of the Law 158 

Letter on French Rev. 1848... 163 

to Denman on Law Re- 
form, 1850 172, 175 

Brougham (W.) Masters in Chancery, 

1850 176 

Broughton on Influenza 67 

Broun (Sir R.) Great Scheme, Ex- 
position of, 1854 78 

Brown (B. Gratz) Universal Suf- 
frage, St. Louis, 1865 432 

Brown (F. C.) Free Trade Cotton 

Question, 1847 340 

Brown (G.) An Appeal to the 
Preachers ofall the Creeds. Sc. T. 9 

Sunday Lyrics Sc. T. 9 

Brown (H.) Railway Accidents 1853, 

1872 178,341 

Brown (J.) The Idolatry, Super- 
stition etc. of the Christians of 
Turkey, Greece, and Russia, 1877 386 
Brown (P.) Sermon at Dubhn, 1716 258 
Brown (S. S.) On Sanitary Reform, 

1872 312, 316 

Brown (W.) Spirit of the Times, 

1822 368 

Brown (W. P.) Refutation of Maria 

Monk, 1877 383 

Browne (E. H.) Pentateuch etc. 1863 252 
Browne (Hablot K.) Catalogue of his 

Works, 1883 405 

'Phiz,' a Memoir, by F. G. 

Kitton, 1882 438 

Browne (J.) On Taxation, 1853 336 

Browne (S. A.) War in New Zea- 
land, 1860 79 

Disturbances in Canada, 1837 170 

Bruce (C. L.) Darwinism in Ger- 
many, 1870 309 

Bruce (Hon. H. A.) National Educa- 
tion, 1866 285 

Bruce (John) Speech on Indian 

Affairs 181 

Bruce (W. D.) Letterto R. M. Mihies, 

1850 ..- 198 

Brugsch (H.) Uebereinstimmung 
einer Hierogl. Inschrift von Philae, 

1849 191 

L'Exode et les Monuments 

Egyptiens, 1875 866 

Brunswick (New) Practical Infor- 
mation, 1843 170 

Bryan (M.) Stricter Observance of 
the Lord's Day, 1686 308 



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247 



Teacts — continued. 

Brydges (Sir E.) What are Riches ? 149 
Practicability of Reheving Able- 
bodied Poor 140 

Reason for Amending Copy- 
right Act 140 

' Immorality of Byron's "Writings 101 

Buchanan (CI.) Star in the East, 
1809 204 

Slission Sermon, 1810 205 

Buchanan (R.) Scotch Education 
BiU, 1854 328 

Buchheim (Dr.) Lecture on German 
Grammar, 1863 85, 245 

Buck (E.) The Drift of the War, 
Boston,1861 433 

Bucke (R. M.) Correlation of Vital 
and Physical Forces, 1862 81 

Buckingham (Geo. Duke of) On 
Toleration, Answer to. Con- 
siderations of, 1685 307 

ReHgion, or Worship of God, 

1685 304, 307 

Speeches S. T. C. 1 

Buckingham (J. S.) Plan of Future 
Government of India, 1853 168 

Coming Era of Practical Re- 
form, 1853 332 

Buckinghamshire (Lord) Letters, 
Dec. 24th, 1812, and Jan. 4th, 
1813 214 

Buddhist Controversy, account of, 
1873 361 

Budget for 1815 135 

Grounds and Objects of, 1841 113 

(The) 1842 172 

Letters on Financial, Commer- 
cial, and Colonial Pohcy, 1843 ... 319 

Buenos Aj-res, Summary Account of 41 

Buff (A.) Pohtik Earls des Ersten, 
1868 266, 279 

Builder, Apology for. Causes and 
Effect of Increase of Building, 
1685 T.R. 5 

Buist (G.) Index to Books etc. on 
India, 1852 281 

Petition on Indian Newspapers, 

1852 325 

Buller (C.) Systematic Colonisation, 
1843 277 

Bulletin Fran9ais, No. 3, 1852 194 

Bulletin de la Societe de Protection 
des Apprentis et des Enfans em- 
ployes dans les Manufactures, 
tom. 6, 8, 9, 12, 1873 408 

Bullock (Hon. A. H.) Eulogy of A. " 
Lincoln, 1865 263 

Addresses to the Massachusetts 

Legislatm-e, 1866, 1868 257, 263 

To the Executive Council on 

the case of E. W. Green etc. 1866 263 
Bulow (G. P. de) On Time of Ma- 
jority of Dukes of Bnmswick, 1830 86 



Bulwer Lytton (Sir E.) Letters to 
John Bull on his Landed Pro- 
perty etc. 1851 180, 321 

Word to the Public (on Lu- 

cretia), n.d 417 

The Lady of Lyons, 1838 403 

Bundesstaathche (Die) Einigung 
Slid- u. Nord-Deutschlands unter 
Preussens Filhrung, 1870 366 

Bunsen (Chev.) Rights of Schleswick 
andHolstein, 1848 182 

Law of Slavery in U. States, 

1863 250 

Bunsen, Meyer, and Miiller on Eth- 
nology, 1848 360 

Burehell (W. J.) Emigration to C. 
of G. Hope 146 

Burdett (Sir F.) Address to the 
Prince Regent, 1812 121 

Burge, Restoration of Temple 
Church, 1843 181 

Burgess (H.) On Banks 157 

Burgess (Rev. R.) Education of the 
People, 1846 287 

MetropoUs Schools for the 

Poor, 1846 328 

Burke (E.) Speech on American 
Taxation, 1775 60 

Letters on Trade of Ireland ; 

on American Affairs, with Answer ; 
Speech and Plan of Independence, 
etc. 1777-80 59 

Speech at Guildhall, Bristol, 

1780 22 

Letter to Burgh on Irish Af- 

fau-s,1781 62 

to P. Francis, 1788 238 

Reflections on French Revolu- 
tion, 1790 7, 33 

Short Observ. on etc. ...1790 15 

Letter to a Member of the 

National Assembly, 1791 24 

Letter to Sir H. Langrishe on 

the Roman Catholics ; ditto on 
Attacks on him in House of Lords, 
by Duke of Bedford, etc. ; ditto 
on Peace with French Directory, 
1792-96 23, 444 

Letter to a Noble Lord, S. C. L. 2 

Short Account of a Short Ad- 
ministration 67 

Thoughtson Scarcity, 1800 T.R. 5 

Letter to, 1791 15 

Letter to, on his Charges 

against Governor- General of Ben- 
gal, 1783 231, 236 

Third Letter to, on Evidence 

of Select Committee of House of 

Commons, 1782 237 

Letters to, by J. S. 1783 236 

A Vindication of Natural So- 
ciety, 1756 359 



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Tbacts — continued. 

Burke (E.) Charge to Grand Jury of 
Bristol,1793 24 

Burn (Eev. E.) Vindication of the 
Clergy etc, of Birmingham, 1792 5 

Burn (J. H.) Mem. of the Eoettiers 172 

■ Eeply to Priestley on Birm. 

Eiots, 1792 5 

Burnaby (Eev. Andrew) Travels 
through the Middle Settlements 
of N. America in 1759 and 1760, 
1775 T.Q. 2 

Travels in North America, 

1775 T.Q. 2 

Burnell (G. E.) Letter to Palmer- 
ston on the Eeport of the Board 
of Health 333 

Burnes, The Brothers, 1862 81 

Burnet (Bp.) Exhortation to Peace 
etc. 1681 296 

Sermon and Charge, 1714 295 

" Letter to, giving an Account 

of Cardinal Pool's secret Powers, 
1685 307 

Answer to the Animadversions 

on the History of the Eeformation, 
etc. 1682 306 

Burns (W.) Scottish History etc. 
1863 278 

Burr (H.) Trip to South America, 
1866 277 

Burrows (J.) On National Pre- 
judices 138 

Walshe etc. Addi-esses to, 

1862 81 

Burscough (Dr.) Anniversary of the 
Eestoration of King Charles, 1716 295 

Burt, Irish Facts and Wakefield 
Figures 84, 247 

Burton (E.) Sequel to Eemarks on 
Church Eeform, 1832 378 

Burton (J.) Condition of Labouring 
Classes ; Depreciation of Labour, 
1819-20 128 

Athenaeum Club, 1854 181 

Bury St. Edmunds Athenaeum, Ee- 
port 189 

Bushnan (Dr. S.) Eeligious Eevivals 
and Mental Diseases, 1860 ...192, 259 

Butler (C.) Eepeal of Laws against 
Irish Eoman Cathohcs 121 

Legality of Impressing Sea- 
men 152 

Letter to 154 

to Protestants of Great Britain, 

etc 130 

Oration at laying Stone of 

London Inst 186 

Butler (Dr.) Address to Cocoa Tree ; 

Character of H. B. Legge 66 

Butler (Gen.) Speech, 1863 482 

Butler (Bp. J.) On Miracles Ex- 
plained and Defined 88 



Butt(L) Speech, 1840 114 

Land Tenure in Ireland, 1866, 

285, 810 

Butt (Eev. T.) Primitive Tradition, 
1837 107 

Buxton (C.) System of Nat. Educa- 
tion, Ireland, 1853 167 

Buxton (S.) Mr. Gladstone's Irish 
Bills, what they are and the ar- 
guments for them, 1886 442 

Buying and Selhng Offices, Bill 
against S. T. W. 2 

Byrne (J.) The Science of Language, 
1866 T.Q. 1 

Byron, Letter to, against Immola- 
tion of Gray, Cowper, Campbell 
at the Shrine of Pope 147 

Letter of Expostulation to ... 148 

Controversy with Bowles 149 

Cabinets (Les) et les Peuples 151 

Cadogan on the Gout, 1771 56 

Caesar Augustus, de Pueritia ejus, 
Magistris ac Studiis etc. n.d. T. Q. 6 

CassariusHeisterbac, Dialog. Index, 
1857 ; 364 

Caillaud (Col.) What happened in 
Bengal in 1760-1764 229 

Caird (James) High Farming, 1849 368 

Caird (Eev. John) Eeligion in Com- 
mon Life, 1855 161, 376 

Cairnes (J. E.) Eev. in America, 
1862 286 

Women's Suffrage, a Eeply, 

1874 372 

Principles of Currency in 

Bank Charter Act of 1844, 1854 ... 321 

Caisses d'Epargne, Notice Histo- 
rique des, n.d 405 

Scolaires, et les Penny Banks, 

N.D 405 

Calderon, Two Lovers of Heaven, 
1870 252 

Calicoes, State of Question between, 
and Woollen and Silk Manu- 
factures, 1719 220 

California, Gold Eegions of 171 

Call (A) to my Countrywomen, 
1868 485 

Callender (W. E.) Commercial 
Crisis, 1857 323 

Calvin on the Jewish Sabbath, 
1848 159 

Cambridge v. Bryer, Judgment of 
Court of King's Bench, 1812. .. ... 129 

Cambridge University, Inquiry into 
State of, 1854 78 

Library, Inquiry respecting, 

1805 125 

Literary Society, Transactions 

of,1828 .■ 102 

Greek Inscr. from Marbles in 

Trin.CoU 102 



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Tbacts — con tinned. 

Cambridge Senate before Whitgift's 

Statute, 1855 78 

Prolusiones Academicae, reci- 

tatfB, 18SS.— Cantab. [1833] 446 

Camden Society, Duke of Mon- 
mouth's Letters 427 

Campbell (D.) Compulsory Educa- 
tion, 1870 288 

Campbell (Sir G.) Eaces, Eeligions, 

and Institutions of Turkey, n.d. 386 
Campbell (H. Y.) Fingal in Ulster 144 
Campbell (L. D.) Eeply to Edin- 
burgh Eeview on Marquis 
Weilesley's Foreign Policy, 1808 212 
Campbell (E.) India, its Govern- 
ment, 1858 78 

Campbell (E. J. E.) Indian Mutiny 281 
CampbeU (Hon. W. F.) Speech on 

the Jewish Question, 1849 347 

Campello (E. di) Cenni Autobiogra- 

fici, 1881 405 

Campion (Dean) Sermon at White- 

haU, Aug. 11, 1700 296 

CampHn, The Eoyal Eecovery, a 

Sermon, 1789 ..." 5 

Canada, Condition etc. of, in 1854 339 

■ Progiess of Events in 103 

Eesult of the Elections, 1884- 

45 108, 111 

OecuiTenccs in, 1886 108 

Emigration to ; its Eesults, 

1841 115, 198 

(Lower) Petition of House of 

Assembly 103 

Canadian PortfoHo 114 

Candlish (E. S.) Four letters on 

Horae Apocalvpticae, 1846 429 

Letter to, 'on Sabbath, 1847... 159 

Camiing, Speeches 100, 123, 189 

Speech on Silk Trade 102 

Speech on Ee-election 145 

Speech on Parliamentary Ee- 

form 150 

On his Appt. to the Foreign 

Office 151 

Supplementary Letter to, 1818 121 

■ Letters to, on Cathohc Ques- 
tion 156, 157 

Canterbury (Abp.) Petition of, S.T.C. 2 
Canterbury (Dean of) On Science 

and Eevelation, by M. P. Sc. T. 17 
Canton de Yaud, Normal School, 

1840 117 

Cape of Good Hope, Principles of 
Native Government illustrated, 
and Petitions of Basuto tribe con- 
sidered, 1880 424 

Speech of J. G. Sprigg on the 

Disarmament of the Basutos, &c. 

1880 424 

The Transvaal in 1876 424 

Capital and Currency, 1857 328 



Capital and Labour, 1867 291 

Capital Punishment, Strictures on 132 

Eeport on 144 

State of New York, Re- 
port, 1841 172 

Cappe, Ladies' Visits to Lunatic 
Asylums 137 

Cardwell and Selbome (Lords) On 
'The Slave Circulai-,' 1876 369 

Carey (H. C.) The Credit System, 
1838 Ill 

"What constitutes Currency ? 

1840 113 

Review of the Decade, 1857-67, 

1867 249 

Carey (W.) Maria {unj^ihlished) T.Q. 3 

'On Mrs. Fitzgerald's Portrait 

(unpicblished) T. Q. 3 

Carlile (E.) Observations on ' Letters 
to a Friend ' etc. 1821 260 

Church Eeform etc. 1835 ...260 

Carhsle (Bp.) Subsc. to Articles of 
Faith, 1774 70 

Carlyle (T.) Inaugm-al Address at 
Edinburgh University, 1866 282 

Shooting Niagara etc. 1867 ... 282 

On the Eastern Question, x.d. 

380, 398 

Carlyle Redivivus, by P. P. x\lex- 
ander, Glasgow, 1881.., 449 

Carnarvon (Earl of) Speech on Re- 
signation of Office in Jan. 1878 881 

Camatic Question Considered, 
1806 212, 240 

Camot Q,i.) Memorial to the King 
of France 134 

Caroline (Queen) Descriptive Cata- 
logue of G. Hayter's Pictures of 
. the Trial of, 1823 T. Q. 7 

Carpenter (L.) Address to Dissenters 
at Exeter, 1806 45 

Carpmall (W.) Registration of De- 
signs, 1851 348 

Carriage, Taxes on, 1853 336 

Carter (R, B.) Artificial Production 
of Stupidity in Schools, 1861 ... 274 

Cartwright (Major) address to West- 
minster Electors, 1819 123 

Address on Peace, 1797 359 

Carysfort (Ld.) to Huntingdonshire 
Conmiittee 22 

Case and Cure of Persons Excom- 
municated etc. 1682 302 

Case of the Kingdom stated, 1647... 305 

of the Cultivators of Bengal... 281 

of J. W 308 

of Protestant Dissenters of late 

Prosecuted etc. 1680 806 

of the Seven Bishops etc. 

1871 293 

Cashel (Bp.) Letters on the Scotch 
Episcopal Church, 1856 331 



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Tracts — contimied. 

Cassagnac (G.) Ev^nemens de 

decembre 1851 191 

Catalogue des Produits exposes par 

la Guyane Anglaise, 1867 255 

Catalogue of Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, 1865 249 

of Officers of the University 

of Michigan, 1868 268 

of Pictures on view at A.R.A. 

1870 293 

of Coins and Medals in New 

York State Library, 1854 376 

of Decorative Works exhibited 

in King Street, St. James's, 

1844 T. Q. 5 

Catechism, A Pohtical S. T. C. 1 

(A) Religious, Moral, and 

Philosophical Sc. T. 10 

A Shorter, 1857 272 

Catena Patrum T. T. 74, 76, 78, 81 

Catholic Emancipation 132 

Question, Letters on 158 

Unity, Tracts on 199 

Catholics, Ultra Party among Eng- 

hsh Roman, 1851 161 

Cato to Lord Byron on the Lumo- 

rality of his Writings, 1824 101 

Cautions for those who are to choose 

Members etc. 1695 264 

Cauty (C. W.) Natura, Philosophia, 

et Ars in Concordia, 1772 368 

Cavour (Count) Liedited Letters, 

1862 202 

Cayley (W.) Finances and Trade of 

Canada, m 1855 339 

Cazalet (Ed.) The Eastern Question, 

1878 381 

The Berlin Congressand Anglo- 
Turkish Convention, 1878 381 

Bimetalhsm and its Con- 
nection with Commerce, 1879 

882, 383 
Celebration of Divine Service in an 

Unknown Tongue, 1685 303 

Census, Report on Health, 1870 ... 435 
Religious, of England and 

Wales, 1851 271 

Cernuschi (H.) Silver Vindicated, 

1876 371 

On Bi-MetaUic Money, 1876 ...380 

Cesare, Le Classi Operaie in Italia, 

1868 279 

Cetewayo and Dean Stanley, n.d.... 425 
Chadwick (E.) On National as 

against Standing Armies, 1870 

863; 418 
Sur la Necessite de I'Economie 

dans les Depenses militaires etc. 

1869 T. Q. 1 

National Education 298, 418 

Origine du Systeme d'Educa- 



tion k demitemps 418 



Chadwick (E.) On Physical and 
Mental Training 418 

On Employers' Liability for 

Accidents 418 

Prevention of Epidemics, 1881 418 

Open Competitive Examina- 
tions, 1857 418 

On the Extinction of Fires, 

1877 371 

Address on Manufactm'uig 

Progress, 1864 418 

Neglected Mechanical Powers 

appHcable to Agriculture 418 

Poor Law Administration in 

England and Ireland compared 
with that of Scotland 418 

Need of Reforms in Sanitary 

Service, Appointment of Medical 
Officers 418 

On the Jurisprudence of 

Chargeability for Sanitary Works 
etc. 1873 418 

Avantages sanitaires et eco- 

nomiques des Rues, 1871-72 418 

Des Attributions du Ministre 

dela Sante Publique, 1878 418 

Metropolitan Sewage Reports, 

1885 418 

Sanitary Inspectors' Reports, 

1884-85 418 

Sanitary Progress, Prevention 

of Epidemics, 1882 418 

Sanitary Review of the Season, 

1885 .^ 438 

Progres en Matiere d'Hygiene ; 

L'Assainissement des Villes, 1881 418 

Les Unions Ouvrieres en 

Angleterre au point de vue cri- 
minel, 1868 418 

Address on Pure Water Supply, 

1879 418 

Best means for drawing to- 
gether the interests of the United 
Kingdom, of India, and of the 
Colonies, 1875 418 

Chains (T. M.) Free Trade in Food 340 

Chalmers (Dr.) Addr. to Royal Com- 
mission for Visitation of Scotch 
Colleges, 1832 99 

Chalmers (E. B.) Parson, Parish, 
and Working Men, 1859 271 

Chalmers (G.) State of United King- 
dom, 1815 136 

Chalmers (J.) On Naval Armour, 
1865 246 

Chalmers (Patrick) The Perniy Post- 
age Scheme 420, 424 

Opinions from the Press on 

the Letter and Parcels- Post etc. 
1883 414 

The Adhesive (postage) Stamp 

414, 438, 448 



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Tracts — continued. 

Chalmers (Patrick) Position of Sir 

Rowland Hill made plain, 1881... 420 
Chamber of Deputies, Dissolution of 147 
Chambers, on Resumption of Cash 
Payments by Bank 143 

Recent PoHtical Discussions, 

1819 144 

Champneys (Rev. W. W.), Dale 
(Rev. T.), Gumey (Rev. J. H.), 
ViUiers (Hon. and Rev. R.), and 
Hook (Dean) Letters upon Mar- 
riage with a Deceased Wife's 
Sister, 1849 343 

Chancellor of the Exchequer's (Glad- 
stone) Speech, 1864 245 

(Yansittart) Speeches 141, 144 

Chancery, Com-t of 155, 158 

Changamier, Reorganisation mili- 
taire, 1867 292 

Channel Tunnel (Capture of). How 
John BuU lost London, 1882 416 

Channing (Rev. W. E.) Services in 
Memory of, 1867 268 

N. Buonaparte ; John Milton, 

S.C.L. 25, 158 

On a National Literature, 

S.C.L. 3 

On Self-culture, ImmortaUty, 

and a Future Life S.C.L. 36 

Account of Archbishop Fene- 

lon S.C.L. 24 

Dissertation on Slavery, 

S.C.L. 22 
Channing (W. H.) Review of His- 
tory of Woman's Suffrage 420 

Chapelet de Virginite, 1862 294 

Chapman (H, S.) Safety Principles 

of Joint Stock Banks, 1837 106 

Chapman (Dr. J.) Sea Sickness and 

how to prevent it 246, 374 

Functional Diseases of Women, 

1863 85,269 

Medical Patents, 1867 254 

Cheap Books, and where to get 

them, 1852 183 

Chapman (John) Baroda and Bom- 
bay, 1853 324 

Character of an Lidependent Whig, 

1719 258 

Charge of Lord Chief Justice in Case 
of Queen v. Nelson and Brand, 

1867 251 

Charge of Scandal by Conformity 

etc. 1683 302 

Charge of a Tory Plot, etc 306 

Charities, PubHc, in France 107 

Charity, Christian 155 

Charity Commissioners and St. 
Mary's Hospital, Chichester, 1882 

406, 423 
Charles H., his Declaration De- 
fended, 1683 307 



Charles H., Presentments agst. the 
Association, 1682 302 

Two Piq>ers bv, with Remarks ; 

and Account of his Death S. T. C. 2 

League with Louis XIV. to 

estabUsh Popery S. T. W. 1 

and Duchess of York, Papers 

written by, defence of, 1686 308 

Charles XY de Suede, Idees etc. 

sur les Tactiques modemes 254 

Charlesworth (J.) Practical Dis- 

com-ses, 1804 370 

Charlotte, Princess, Address to 137 

Chasuble (Archdn.) Comedy of Con- 
vocation 269 

Chateaubriand on the Censorship... 153 

Buonaparte and the Bourbons 132 

Chatelain (Cnev. de) Un Fran9ais, 

1870 294 

Chatham (Earl of) On True and False 

Rehgion, 1733, 269 and Sc. T. 2 
Chattei-ton Family, new facts re- 

latmg to, 1883 448 

Chaucer a Wicliffite, by H. Simon 400 
Chauncey (T.) Defence of Dr. Owen, 

1684 303 

Chereau (A.) Michel Servet et la 

Circulation Piilmonaire, 1879 ... 383 
Cheshire, Results of Census, 1853... 184 
Chesson (F. W.) The Atlantic Cables, 

1875 363 

Chester (Bp. of) Letter to 154 

Chester (Col. J. L.) Official inaccu- 
racy respecting the Death of the 
Princess Mary 291 

On the Alleged Ancestry of 

G.Washington, 1866 376 

Chesterfield (Lord) Principles of 

PoUteness 1775 127 

ChevaUer on Suicide 152 

Chevreul (E). Centenaire de, 1886 

T. Q. 9 
Chichester (Bp. of) Proceedings 

against Warden of Sackville Coll. 

1853 199 

Chickhacheflf, Izsledovannie Seir u. 

Amoodaria, 1843 173 

Child (Mrs.) Life of Mde. de Stael, 

S.C.L. 15 

Life of Lady RusseU, S. C. L. 21 

Children employed in Mines, phys. 

condition of, 1843 267 

Children's Aid Society, Ann . Report 

of, 1869 257 

Children in the Lidustrial Homes at 

Naples, 1874 T.Q. 6 

Chimneys, Rep. on Employment of 

Boys Sweeping 139 

China, Om- Relations with, 1857 ... 78 
British, Position and Prospects, 

1846 170 

Chitty (J.) On the Game Laws 138 



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Tbacts — contintied. 

Cholera Epidemic, Eeports of dif- 
ferent Modes of Treatment, 1855 333 
Christian (Prof.) Provident Banks 146 
Vind. of Eight of Camb. Uni- 
versity to a Copy of every new 
Publication, 1814 129 

Calm and Plain Answer to 

' Why are you a Christian ? ' 18 

Christian Liberty T. T. 29, 30 

Eeligion, Internal Evidence of, 

1776 51 

Idolatry in 1791, 1792 11 

Eevivals 271 

Christianissimus Christianus, 

S. T.W. 3 
Christianity, Human Authority in 

Matters of Faith repugnant to, 

1774 70 

Christians, Behaviour of, under the 

Eevolution S. T. W. 2 

Christie's Speeches 189 

Christie, Plea for Perp. Copyright, 

1840 119 

Christmas, Hist, of Hampden 

Controversy, 1848 162 

Chronicle of certain Events etc. 

1852 272- 

of Irvingism in England, 1826 

and 1852 272 

Chronological Weakness of Prophetic 

Interpretation Sc. T. 3 

Church Appropriation, N.D 378 

Church (The) as viewed by Faith 

and the World T. T. 58 

Bill, Letter to Ld. J. Eussell 

on, 1836 103 

Catholic T.T. 22 

of Christ, Nature and Constit. 

of , T. T, 5 

Das Concil, die Kirche &c. 

1869 279 

■ Dialogue resp. the old true ... 192 

of England free from the Im- 
putation of Popery, 1683 302 

of England, Ace. of Persecu- 
tion S. T.C. 2 

Episcopal, Apostolical ...T. T. 7 

Establishment, Utilisation of, 

1870 374 

Expansion and Liturgical 

Eevision, 1861-62 199, 274 

Free and Open. — ■ Appeal ; 

Farrar ; Free ; Salisbury. 

Eeilections on Discourse called 

' Good Advice to ' S. T. C. 2 

How can it educate the People ? 

1844 112 

Interests of 148 

(High) Politics, 1792 4, 36 

(The) in Ireland 286 

Lands not yet assigned to their 

Possessors S. T. C. 2 



Church (The) Letter to Abps. con- 
cerning dangers of, 1790 19 

Matters, Thoughts on, 1858... 192 

Mysticism attrib. to early 

Fathers T.T. 89 

Persecution, Scotland, 1690... 65 

the Pillar and Ground of the 

Truth Sc. T. 6 

Pluralities, from the ' John 

Bull,' 1849 331 

Progress, two years of, 1862 . . . 443 

Church-Eate Commutation, 1857... 383 
Eates, Proposal for an altera- 
tion in the Law of, 1851 333 

A Word on 105 

and Church Eevenues . . . 108 



Church Eeform 84, 98, 247 

A Country Clergyman's 

Appeal to the House of Commons, 

1833 370 

and its Eeform, 1867, 282 and 

Sc.T.3, 15 

(The) Eeformed T.T. 31 

Eitesand Customs T.T. 84 

Services, on Shortening, T, T. 9 

and State T.T. 59 

The Visible T. T. 11, 20, 47 

Will you have it repaired ? 



1887 75, 190 

a Witness against illiberality, 

T. T. 61 
Church (M. C. C.) American Ee- 

public, 1867 257 

Church (E. S. H.) Ideal France and 

Eeal France, 1871 287 

The Foreign Crisis, 1871... 287, 374 

Churchill (Ld.) Letter to the King 

S. T. C. 2 
Churchill (J.) Consumption pre- 
vented, 1859 79 

Churchman's Notes on the Hampden 

Controversy, 1847 162 

Churchmen, Faith and Obedience of, 

the Strength of the Church, T. T. 28 
Churchwardens' Duties of seating 

Parishioners 378 

Cicogna (E. A.) Lettera al Conte di 

Prata, 1856 424 

Cinchona, botanical descriptions, 

1861 429 

Circourt (A. de) La ConfM^ration 

Suisse, 1870 294 

City of London 182 

Letter from a Gentleman in, 

with Answer S. T. C. 2 

Civic Sermons, 1792 267,280 

Civil and Mint. Estabhshments, 1855 382 

Civil Eights Act 249 

Civil Service of the U.S. 1867 263 

Civil War : Speech of a brave old 

Patriot- — Voice from the Army — 

Foreign Interference — For the 



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Tbacts — continued. 

Croakers — Words of a Patriot 
Soldier — Cromwell on destruc- 
tive conservatism, Pusillanimous 
Peace (in Eng. and Germ.) 433 

Civil War, American, Broadsides, 
Addresses etc. 1868-65 434 

Claflin (W.) Addresses to Legisl. of 
Massachusetts, 1810, Boston, 
1830 435 

Clagett (Rev. N.) Trial of Opinions 
in Religion, 1685 303 

Clarendon (E. of) Petition ; Letters 
to D. and Duchess of York ; 
Speech on Disbanding the Army, 

S T C 1 2 

Clark (E.) On the Electric Tele- 
graph, 1854 334 

Clark (W.) Duties of Members of 
Eng. Church 83 

Review of' The Present Dangers 

of the Enghsh Church' Sc. T. 11 

Idolatry an Evil, n.d. ... 199, 398 

Clarke (C. B.) Letter to W.E. Glad- 
stone on a Land Scheme for Lre- 
land, 1881 425 

Clarke (Hon. E.) Complete Equality 
in Citizenship, 1866 263 

Clarke (E. D.) Shahm Ghirel, n.d. 386 

Clarke (H.) The Warmghians, 1861 

84, 201, 247 

Lidian Empire, 1857 182 

on Dickson's trans, of Carnot, 

1801 44 

Clarke (Hyde) On Comparative 
Grammar of Egyptian, Coptic, 
andUde, 1873 361 

Pre-historic and Proto-historic 

Comparative Philology, 1875 367 

Serpent and Siva Worship etc. 

1876 367 

Himalayan Origui and Con- 
nection of the Magyar and 
Ugrian, n.d 381 

Early History of Mediterranean 

Populations, 1882 420 

Clarke (John) The Foundation of 
Morality 365 

Examination relating to Moral 

Obhgation, 1730 365 

Examination of an Answer to 

' Christianitv as old as the Crea- 
tion,' 1733 ' 365 

Clarke (J. H.) The Pasteur Craze, 
1886 440 

Clarke (Rev. W. B.) Sedimentary 
Formations of N. S. Wales 255 

Clarkson (E.) Suez Canal, 1843 ... 113 

Clarkson (T.) on Improving the 
Condition of Slaves, 1823 52 

Clarkson (W.) Pauperism and Poor 
Rates 137 

Classical Magazine, vol. 1, 1775...264, 265 



Clay (J.) Free Trade essential to 
Great Britain 146 

Clayton (Bp.) The Nicene and Atha- 
nasian Creeds Sc. T. 6 

Clayton (Sir R.) Treatise on Grey- 
hounds 138 

Clergy of Birmingham, Letter to, 
1862 : 82 

Clerical Celibacy 246 

Clerke (Sir W.) Health of Poor, 
1790 6,40 

Clermont -Ganneau (C.) La Stele 
de Mesa, Roi de Moab, 1870 

T. Q. 1 

Clifford (M.) Notes on Dryden's 
Poems, 1687 65 

Chfford (Wm. Kingdom) A Sketch, 
1879 382, 383, 388 

Clive (Ld.) Letter to Proprietors of 
E. L Stock, 1764 221 

Cloquet (J.) Influence des Efforts 
sur les Organes Thoraciques ; 
Membrane Pupill. 1818-20 54 

Close (Dean) Comments on pamphlet 
by Sc. T. 8 

Three Schemes Contrasted, 

1852 328 

Clubs, Working Men's 84 

Clytie, a Poem, N.D 380 

Cobbe (F. P.) Our Pohcy, n.d 372 

Criminals, Idiots, Women, and 

Mmers, 1869 372 

^^^ly Women desire the Fran- 
chise, n.d 372 

Cobbett (W.) Examination of his 
Objection to Bill for Rehef of 
Unitarians 131 

Cobbett's Gridiron, 1822 368 

Noble Nonsense, 1828 368 

Cobbold (S. T.) Our Knowledge of 
Entozoa, 1865 293 

Cobden (Rich.) "VMiat next ? and 
next? 1856 180, 342 

Three Panics, 1862 202 

On Foreign Enlistment Act, 

1863 83 

1793 and 1853 in Three Letters, 

by 251, 402 

Cobden Club, Report of, 1873 364 

Cochrane (G.) Economy of the Law 
in relation to the Com-t of Chan- 
cery, 1855 125, 165, 344 

Cockburn (R.) Currency and Bank- 
ing, 1844 196 

Cockburn (Ch. Justice) Letter to 
Lord Penzance, 1878 373 

Cocksedge (M. T.) Letter to 198 

Cocoa Tree, Letter from the (Dr. 
Francis) 66 

Address to, by Dr. Butler 66 

Code, Why is a new one wanted '? 
1861 200 



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Teac Ts — con tinned . 

Code : Novelle zum Reichs-Straf- 
gesetzbuch, 1876 430 

Coffin (Sir J.) Letter to 143 

Cogan (E.) Letter to Wilberforce on 
Hereditary Depravity, 1799 28 

Coins, from the Conquest to 1717, 
Values of, Tables of Changes in 
Standard etc. of Gold ; .Note on 
Scotch Money from 1107 to 1707 ; 
of Great Britain, Refl. on Coin in 
General, 1762 ; Silver, Essay for 
Amendment of, 1695 ; Note on 
Ee-coinage, 1696-99 ; Greek and 
Eoman, their Values in Ster- 
ling ; Value of Ancient, 1771 

T. E. 2 

Coke (C. A.) Census of the British 
Empire, 1861-63 248 

Cole (H.) National Army, 1869 254 

Colebrooke (Sir E.) Indian Civil Ser- 
vice, 1852 168 

Coleman, Two Letters to M. Le 
Chaise S. T. C. 1 

Colenso (Bp.) On the Pentateuch, 
pt. 5 .' Sc. T. 1 

Letter to the Laity of Natal, 

1864 252 

Vindication of, 1863 252 

Missions to the Zulus, 1865... 293 

Coleridge (S. T.) and E. Southey, 
The Devil's Walk 367 

Coles (Capt. C.) Turret Ships, 1865, 

253, 287 

Collection of Letters from Europe, 
by G. P. Putnam, 1864 243 

Collective Wisdom, 1823 52 

CoUedge (S.) Speech S. T. C. 2 

College Eesidence, Ten Letters on, 
1848 290 

Collet (S. D.) Indian Theism etc. 
1870 275 

CoUier (J. P.) on New Ed. of Shak- 
speare, 1842 183 

Collin (V.) Exploration de la Poi- 
trine,1831 54 

Collins, Inquiry concerning Human 
Liberty, 1790 121 

CoUins (W.) Eeligious Metaphor and 
Expression 282 and Sc. T. 3 

Colmer (J. G.) Development of 
Canada, 1886 440 

Colomb (J. C. E.) Colonial Defence, 
N.D 400 

Colonial Policy, 1837, 1850 ...119, 163 

Eeform, 1846 163 

Colonies, Crisis considered, 1785 ... 30 

(British) Eeceipts and Expen- 
diture 87 

Free Labour, 1852 338 



Colonies (West India) Present State 

of, 1830 87 

Anti- Slavery Society, 1854 ... 338 



Colonies (West India) Planter and 
Merchants, Committee's Eeport, 
1848... 338 

Colonisation, Proposed Society for 
Systematic, 1830 87 

• Eeport of Committee of Society 

for the Promotion of, 1849 339 

Colonisation Circular, pt. 5, Natal, 
N.D 397 

Colquhoun (J. C.) On a Good Na- 
tional Education, 1853 328 

Eemarks on Sir J. Pakington's 

Education Bill, 1855 272 

Colquhoun (Sir P.) Philological 
Sketch of Languages of Europe, 
1881 441 

Columbia, in 1826 158 

Emancipation in, 1864 250 

Mission 79 

Colyer (V.) Services of the Freed 
People in the United States Army, ■ 
1864 250 

Combe (Geo.) The Currency Ques- 
tion, 1&56 322 

Lectures on Popular Educa- 
tion, 1848 429 

Coming Destruction of the World by 
Fire 316 

Commencement of the Second Chris- 
tian Epoch ; or, Christ is Coming, 
1874 362, 376 

Commentators and Hierophants. 

Sc. T. 8 

Commerce, Libert^ du 188 

of Literature, Eep. of Meeting, 

1852 183 

(British) The Progress of, 

N.D. 406 

Commercial Distress, Letter to the 
Prime Minister on, 1848 820 

Intercourse, Eesolutions of 

England and Ireland on, 1785 ... 63 

Eelations with British America, 

1866 268 

Commission granted for Compound- 
ing for Wards etc. 1618 805 

Committee to examine his Majesty's 
Physicians, 1789 27 

Committees, Eules for Guidance of 
M.P. in 180 

Common Council of London, Peti- 
tion S. T.W. 3 

Commonplace Argument against 
Administration, 1780 10 

Common Sense (Oxf. Prize Essay, 
1803) 444 

Commons' Debates on the Articles 
of Peace, 1783 '. 265 

Commons, House of. Speeches, 1680 

S. T.C. 2 

Analysis of 151 

Message from Kmg concern- 



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Tracts — contintied. 

ing Tangier; Address of Com- 
mons in Reply S. T. C. 2 

Commons, House of, Evils of Printed 
Evidence taken by Committees... 107 

Alphabetical List of Members 150 

Votes, Messages, and Addresses, 

S T C 2 

Full View of, 1821 128 

Eeport to George 11. on Na- 
tional Debt ia 1716 and 1726, T.E. 3 

Thoughts on Present Proceed- 
ings, 1788 10 

Commons in England, Vindication 
of Eights, 1701 T. F. 

Commons of England, Letter from 
Soldier to S. T. W. 2 

and Nobles, Athens and Eome 

S. T. W. 3 

Commutation Act, Principle of, 1786 2 

Compulsion made Easy : The Lon- 
don School Board and the Half- 
time Question, 1876 411 

Concil (Das) und die Freiheit der 
Wissenschaft, 1869 858 

Conciliator, Reflections on Letters of 132 

Condition of the South 249 

Conduct of a Gentleman in resigning 
the Seals of Office justified, 1761 419 

Conduct of the Two B rs vindi- 
cated, 1749 368 

Confession and Absolution, 1852, 161, 246 

Confessional Unmasked, 1851 161 

Congo, Acte general de la conference 
de Berlin avee I'association du 
Congo, 1885 T. Q. 9 

Congres Litemational de la Pro- 
priete Industrielle, 1878 373 

Congress : Is the present a legal 
one? 1866 249 

Congress of the Beasts (a play), 
1784 480 

Congress of Verona, War in Spain 111 

Congreve (E.) The Ashantee War, 
1873 857 

Congreve (Sir W.) Ees. of Cash Pay- 
ments 144 

Congreve (W.) Old Bachelor, 1775 265 

Double Dealer 265 

Coningham (W.) Co-operative As- 
sociation in French Eepubhc, 1859 194 

Conjectures on Origin^ Composi- 
tion, 1759 314 

Conkhng (Hon. F, A.) Production 
etc. of Cotton, 1865 262 

Connon (J.) Liberty of Press in 
India, 1857 182, 895 

Conscience, relating to the Present 
Differences among us etc.... 1684 307 

Consecration of a Church and Church- 
yard (Form) 304 

of Burial Grounds and 

Chiurches, 1876 380 



Considerations on the Choice of a 

Speaker, 1698 264 

on the Expediency of a Spanish 

War, 1761 419 

Constable (H. S.) Observations sug- 
gested by the Cattle Plague etc. 

1866 288 

Constable (E.) God and the King 

etc. 1680 ...'. 301 

Constant (B. de) Liberty of Press 135 

Eesponsibility of Ministers ... 134 

Constantinople, and who is to have 

it, 1878 400 

Constitution, Equahty of the 143 

of Great Britain, Eeview, 1791 40 

compared with Church of 

England, 1790 19 

Constitutions and Canons, Eccle- 
siastical, 1640 300 

Constitutionnel, Proces du 155 

Controversy respecting the Law of 

Nations (especially relative to 

England and Prussia), S. C. L. 

Convenienze (Le) ed Inconvenienze, 

operetta, 1883 398 

Conventions, Power of Present, 

S. T. W. 1 

Convents and Lunatic Asylums 246 

Conversations for Women ...Sc. T. 15 
Convict System in England and 

Ireland, n.d 417 

Convicts (Our), ^\Tiat is to be done 

with them? 1851 352 

Treatment of, 1863 244 

Convocation, Thoughts on Work of, 

S. T. W. 1 

What is it? 162 

Conway (Gen.) Address on his Dis- 
missal 66 

Conway (M. D.) Spiritual Serfdom 

of the Laity Sc. T. 11 

Discourses on Strauss, 1874 . . . 367 

Conybeare (C. E.) Forgiveness Im- 
mediate, a Sermon, 1877 372 

Conybeare (J. C.) How not to do it. 
Correspondence on Tonbridge 

School, 1873 357, 372 

Letter to Lord E. Cecil, 1880 402 

Coode ( G.) Unpolluted Streams 195 

Letter to Lord Palmerston . . . 198 

Cooke, Expediency of repealing 

Usm-y Laws 142 

Druidical Eeligion etc. 1775... 47 

Cooke (J.) How our National Debt 

can be paid, 1865 262 

Cooke (W. F.) On the Metropolitan 

Drainage Question, 1856 838 

Cookesley (W. G.) Letter to his Son, 

Stricture on, 1855 161 

Cooley (W. D.) Dr. Livingstone and 
the Boyal Geographical Society, 
1874 357 



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Tbacts — continiied. 

Coolies, Emigration of 354 

Cooper (C. J.) View of Primogeni- 
ture in England, 1878 381 

Cooper (C. P.) Defect in Law re- 
garding Custody of Lunatics ; 
Delay in Offices of Masters in 

Chancery, 1849 165 

Cooper (Sir G.) Candid Answer to 

Honest Man's Reasons 67 

[ ] Candid Answer to Lloyd's 

attack on Rockingham's Adm. ... 67 
Cooper (Jos.) Turkey and Europe 

in relation to Africa, 1876 386 

Cooper (T.) Information on America, 

1794 42 

Copenhagen, Expedition to, Real 

State of Case respecting, 1808 ... 38 
Copland (J.) On the Drainage etc. 

of London, 1857 176, 351 

Coppee (F.) The Waif, a poem, trans- 
lated, 1880 402 

Coppinger (R.) Pro Rege, Lege, 

Grege, 1865 246 

Copyright, Acts and Tracts relating 

to,1812 129 

Address to Parliament on, 1813 131 

Bill, 1821 147 

Case between Booksellers and 

Public Libraries, 1813 129, 131 

Foreign, in Great Britain, 1851 183 

Reasons for Modifying Act of 

Q. Anne, 1813 129 

International, n.d 261, 369 

Coquerel, Liberie, Egalit6, Frater- 

nite 174 

Coquerel Fils (A.) Evangile et 

Liberte, 1868 254 

Cordeiro (L.) Portugal and the Congo, 

1883 414 

Cormack, Abolition of Female In- 
fanticide in Guzerat, 1815 207 

Cormenin (De) Folly of the Panic 
respecting a French Invasion, 

1852 342 

Corn-growers and Corn-eaters, Jus- 
tice to, 1839 109 

Com Law Fallacies, with the 

Answers, 1839 337 

Corn Laws, proposed Alteration in 337 

Action of, 1841 113 

Catechism of 156, 198 

— — Considered, 1841 113, 114 

■ ^^ Letters etc. on 157 

£. s. d. View of their Work- 
ing, 1844 113 

Policy of Alterations in 133 

Question, State of 146, 158 

Report of Discussions in the 

Manchester Chamber of Com- 
merce, 1839 337 

Cornaro, Methods of attaining Long 
Life .......v........ .147, 148 



Cornwallis (Sir C.) Life of Frederick 

Henry, Prince of Wales, 1751 ... 126 
Coronation, The, a Poem, 1714, T. F. 

Oath for England and Scot- 
land S. T. C. 2 

Corporations, their Friends vindi- 
cated S. T. W. 1 

Correspondence for Establishing a 
Professorship of Sanscrit in the 
Presbyterian College 281 

Cotgreave (Alfred) Indicators versus 
Book-keeping, 1885 441 

Cottages and Farm Building, Plans 
for, 1862 81 

Cottenham's (Lord) Opinion, Obs. 
on, 1844 175 

Cotterill (C. F.) Agricultural Dis- 
tress, 1850 340 

Cotterill (Bp. H.) Relation between 
Science and Religion 402 

Cotton, Cultivation of, in Italy, 1862 81 

Supply Association, Report, 

1861 202 

Cultivation, Orleans Staple ... 202 

from Ottoman Empire, 1862... 81 

Tax, 1866 249 

Cotton (Col. A.) Profits upon British 

Capital expended on Lidian Pub- 
lic Works, 1856 327 

Cotton (J. A.) The Prevention and 

Counteraction of Indian Famines, 

1877 372 

Cotton (Sir R.) On Alteration of 

Coin, 1626 T. R. 2 

Cottu (M.) Admin, of Crim. Code 

in England 145 

Coues (Dr.) Breeding Habits of the 

White-tailed Ptarmigan, n.d 380 

Account of Zapus Hudsonius, 

N.D 380 

Could the Jew have acted differently 

towards Christ? Sc. T. 8 

Counsel (E. P. S.) Our Orange 

Opponents, 1886 442 

Country to City, Appeal from, S. T. C. 1 

Gentlemen, Letter from, S.T. W. 8 

(The) without a Government, 

1830 91 

well governed, 1830 91 

County Court Judges, 1865 246 

County Courts, Advocacy in the, 1851 844 
Courtenay, Reflections on French 

Revolution, 1790 15 

Courtenay (T. P.) on the Poor Laws 140 
Courtney (J. S.) Half a Century of 

Penzance, 1878 408 

Courtney (L. H.) Finances of the 

United States, 1861-67 268 

Courts of International Arbitration, 

1875 ...; 867 

Cousin's Philosophical JEssays, 

S. C. L. 82, 83 



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Tracts — contimied. 

Cowen (J.) Ireland and Home Rule, 
1886 440, 442, 449 

Cowper (B. H.) Analecta Nicaena, 
1857 ..; 377 

Cowper (Col. T. A.) Bank of Bom- 
bay, 1868 267 

Analysis of Parliamentary 

Papers on Bank of Bombay, 1870 401 

Cox (E. W.) Representative Reform, 
1866 285 

Cox (H.) On Propositions etc. in 
Hampden Controversy, 1848 162 

Cox (S. S.) Speech on admitting tbe 
Cabinet into Congress, 1865 432 

Cradock (Dr.) Great End and Design 
of Christianity, 1706 295 

Cramp, Jmiius, Lord Chesterfield, 
1850 178 

Cranbrook (Rev. Jas.) Formations 
of Religious Opinions ; Ten- 
dencies of Modern Rehgious 
Thought ; Hindrances to Progress 
m Theology ..Sc. T. 9 

Cranmer, Cathohc Emancipation, 
1805 32 

Crawford, Experim., Animal Heat, 
1779 53 

Crawford (Hon. J. C.) Geology of 
the North Island of N. Zealand, 
1865 266 

Crawfurd (J.) Ethnology of Abys- 
sinia, 1867 256 

PluraUty of Races of Man, 

1867 260 

China and its Trade, 1858 ... 78 

Creasy (E. S.) Spirit of Historical 
Study, 1840 117 

Creation miraculous in respect of 
Time, 1862 199 

Credibility of the Gospel Narratives 
of the Birth etc. of Christ, Sc. T. 5 

Credit Mobiher, Societe generale ... 191 

Credit , Pubhc , importance of , S . T . W . 2 

Observations on 142 

Cremieux, Bonneville etc. on 
French Naturahsation, 1869 277 

Cresy (E.) Our Resources (U. 
States), 1864 249 

Creuzer (Dr. Fr.) Josephus 394 

Crichton (Sir A.) Catalogue of Sale 
of Minerals, 1827 T. Q. 6 

Crime, Increase of 158 

Criminal Justice BUI, Observations 
on, 1855 352 

Crisis (The) 1822 123 

by Author of ' Plain Facts,' 

1808 39 

in France considered, 1830 ... 97 

Crispo-Barbaro, Maltese Nobility, 
1870 311 

Criticism, the Restorer of Chris- 
tianity Sc. T. 13 

n. 



Croft, Sermon before Clergy, Bristol, 

1802 45 

Situations of Ref. Church in 

France 156 

Croft (H.) On the Enghsh and Ger- 
man Languages, 1797 T. Q. 1 

Crofton (Sir W.) Convict Systems 

etc. 1863 244 

Immunity of Criminals 251 

Croker's (J. W.) Speech on Reform, 

1831 242 

Croll on Gas Meters, 1845 176 

Croly (Rev. D. 0.) Ecclesiastical 

Finance as regards the Rom. 

Cath. Church in Ireland, 1834 ... 370 
Crombie, Depreciation of Banknotes 139 
Crombie (Rev. A.) State of Agri- 
cultural Interest 137 

Crookes (W.) Psychic Force and 

Modem Spiritualism, 1871 361 

Crops, Rotation of, Sketches on, 

1796 29 

Cross in Baptism considered, 1684 302 
Crowley (E.) The Age we live in, 

1854 181 

Crown of England, Succession of, 

S. T. W. 1 
Crown (The) and the Cabinet, by 

Verax, 1878 881 

Necessity for Settluag, S. T. W. 1 

of Denmark disposed of, 1853 78 

Lawyers' Pleadings on Libels 

(Wilkes) 69 

Crowne (Mrs.) Cahgula, a tragedy, 

1698 T.Q. 8 

The Destruction of Jerusalem, 

1693 T.Q. 8 

Crowther (Dr.) On Contagion, 1793 266 
Crozier (Dr. J. B.) God or Force ? 

N.D 369 

Constitution of the World, 

1878 381,382 

Cruelties unpvmished on High Seas, 

1859 79 

Crummell (Rev. A.) The Negro Race 

not under a Curse 84, 247 

Crystal Palace, Addresses cone. 

1852 179 

Cuba, Policy of England, Mexico, 

1830 97 

Cumberland (Bp.) Sermon for 

Magdalen House Charity, 1764... 297 
Cumberland (Duke of) Detail of an 

attempt to assassinate, 1810 310 

Cunmiing (Dr.) Sermon, 1850 190 

Wiseman's Two Lect., Notes 

on his Manifesto, 1850 160 

Cunningham (J. W.) Cautions to 

cautious Travellers 150 

On Friendly Societies 151 

Curate's Appeal to Equity 146 

Cm-ate's Plea, 1833 370 

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TuACTS—contimied. 

Currency, Present State of, 1847 ... 319 

Question, Speeches etc. on, 

119, 195, 319, 322 
and Banking, Eemarks respect- 
ing 113 

Doubts on certain Doctrines... 106 

and Coin, Eolation of 143 

Essay on 146 

Finances, in Austria, 1853 ... 164 

Eeform Association, Prin- 
ciples and Objects of; Manifesto; 

Eeport; 1850 321 

Curtis (A.) Invention for Eailways 

etc. 1861 78 

Curtis (Eev. C.) Sequel to Paper by, 

1792 7 

Curtis (J. H.) Present State of Aural 

Surgery, 1840 166 

Curtis (W.) Observ. on British 

Grasses, 1790 14 

Curtis (W.) Lynn Law, 1795 359 

Curtius, Die Akropolis von Athen, 

1844 188 

Curwen, Speeches on Poor Laws 137, 138 

Customs' Eeform, 1852 336 

, Final Eeport, 1854 336 

Cutts (Eev. E. J.) Church Exten- 
sion 84, 247 

Cyril (St.) Three Epistles of, edited 

by Dr. Pusey, 1872 363 

Dahn (C.N.) Kirch engeschichtliches 

Eepertorium, 1857 394 

Dalhousie Gazette (a newspaper 

printed at sea), 1877 T. Q. 5 

DaH (Count) Strictures 182 

Dall (Mrs.) Sunshine, 1864 286 

Dallas (Eev. A. E. C.) Letter to 

Cardinal Cullen, 1856 331 

Dallery (C.) Extraits des E^istres 

des Academies des Sciences, 1855 292 
Dalrymple (A.) Loss of the Gros- 

venor Indiaman, 1785 234 

On Exporting Wool, with 

Answer, 1782 64 

Dalton (G. T.) Irish Peers on Irish 

Peasants, 1867 270 

D 'Alton- Shee, Les Fortifications de 

Paris, 1841 353 

Dana (E. N.) Address on Life and 

Services of E. Everett, 1865 432 

Dangers of Crinoline &c 376 

Daniel (Book of) Notes on, by a 

Clergyman, 1878 393 

Daniell (0. J.) Gold in the East, 

1879 382 

Danson (J. T.) Proposed Legislation 

respecting Maritime Contracts, 

1876 369 

Marine Insurance in 1875-6... 371 

Examen du Projet deLoi con- 

cemant les Contrats Maritimes, 

1877 871 



Danson (J. T.) Les Assurances Mari- 
times, 1877, 1879 372, 382 

Underwriters' Eeport, 1879 . . . 382 

Underwriting in England in 

1877-78 383 

Danson, Sir W. Molesworth on 
Colonial Expend. 1848 171 

Dante, Sixth Centenary Festivals, 
1866 369 

Darby's Sermon at Bury St. Ed- 
munds, 1784 297 

Darlington, Gas Explosion at Ince 
Hall Mines, 1854 176 

Daubeny, Churchmen's Eeasons for 
declining a connection with Bible 
Society 134 

Dauber (.J.) Comments on H. 
Edwards' Analysis of Eevelation 
of St. John, N.D 362 

Davidson (Dr. S.) Eemoval from 
Prof, of Bib. Literature, 1860 ... 79 

Preface to Fiirst's Lexicon to 

Old Test. 1867 282 

Davies (H. D.) Farmer Proprietary 
in Ireland, 1868 270 

Davies (J. LI.) Eeligious Aspects of 
the Eastern Question, n.d 386 

Davies (Eev. Mercier) Justice in 
the Church, 2nd series, 1884 415 

Davies (Eev. M.) Body and Soul 
1885 449 

The Bishops and their wealth, 

1886 449 

Davis (Eev. C. H.) Anti-Essays ... 199 

Davis (H.) Effects of the importa- 
tion of Wheat on the profits of 
Farming, 1839 337 

Dawes (Sir W.) Sermon at Cam- 
bridge, Nov. 5, 1705 295 

Dawson (G.) Address at the Open- 
ing of the Free Eeference Library 
at Birmingham, 1866 288 

Dawson (G.) Eeport on the Tertiary 
Lignite Formation, 49th Parallel, 
1874 426 

Day, Speeches to Cambridge Free- 
holders 22 

Days of England not numbered, 
1867 270 

Deaf and Dumb, Yorkshire Inst. 
1859 198 

Children, Eeport on Educa- 
tion of, 1862 82 

Dean (Eev. P.) Impossibility of 
knowing what is Christianity, Sc. T. 16 

Death by Starvation in Humbler 
Classes, 1844 169 

Debt, Imprisonment for, 1837 108 

Debtor and Creditor, The Law of, 
1834 109 

Dechepare (B.) Po6sies Basques, 
1847 863 



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Tbacts — con tinued. 

Decimal Association, Proceedings, 

1854 164 

Decimal Coinage, 1854 58, 164, 

172, 184, 166, 198 
Decker (Sir M.) Causes of Decline of 

Foreign Trade, 1744 T. R. 4 

Declaration of the People of Eng- 
land, 1659 305 

of both ' Houses ' concerning 

the Papers of the Scots Com- 
missioners, 1647 305 

of Students 282 

Deeds and Wills, Estab. of Registry 

of 141 

Defoe, Giving Alms no Charity, 1704 ; 
Plan of Eng. Commerce, 1728, 

T. R. 4, 5 

Degradation of Science, 1847 178 

Delamere (Ld.) Speech S. T. C. 2 

Delaiuiay (M.) L'Astronomie, Rap- 
ports sur les Progres de, 1867, T . Q . 1 
Delia Torre (Ctesse.) L' Itahe, 1859 79 
Delpla (A.) On the French Drama 141 
DemeHe (F.) Le droit coutumier des 
Slaves meridionaux, Pt. I. {no 

more pithlished) 1876 439 

Demesney, Red. de I'lmpot de Sel 174 
Denison (E. B.) Vahdity of Marriages 
with a Wife's Sister celebrated 

abroad, 1852 348 

Denman(J.L.)PureWmeetc. 1862 254 
Denman (Lord) Reasons for legahs- 
ing Marriage with a Deceased 

Wife's Sister, 1852 343 

Denmark and the Duchies, 1852 . . . 182 

Danemark et I'Allemagne, la 

Guerre entre, h. qui les torts, 1849 197 

et la Conf. Germanique, 1848 77 

Dennis (Mr.) Rinaldo and Armida, 

a Tragedy, 1699 T. Q. 8 

on Pope's Translation of Homer, 

1717 379 

Dent (W.) on Proposed Bill for 

Registration of Deeds, 1853 344 

Denton (H.) Fallacies of the Eastern 

Question 386 

Depression of Trade, Edinh. 1885... 138 
Depute de Comite, Lettre d'un, 1859 198 

Derajat (The) Mission to, 1861 80 

Derby Mercury, Extraordinary, Aug. 

15, 1849 T.Q. 7 

Derby (E. H.) Overland Route to 

Pacific, 1869 311 

Derenzy's Hand for the One-handed 151 
Dering (G. E.) Sketch of History of 

Magnetism, 1853 334 

Designs, Suggestions in 76 

Metrop. School of. Prospectus, 

1857-58 178 

De Soyres (Rev. J.) The Huguenots 
and the Church of England, 
Caw^. 1885 439 



Despard (Col. E. M.) Life, with his 

Trial for High Treason 402 

Desprez (P. S.) Babylon Sc. T. 6 

Despots as Revolutionists, 1859 ... 194 
D'Este (Sir Aug.) Papers on Claims 

of, 1831 98 

Detector's Letters on Lidia R. Bill 

etc. 1783 236 

Deutsche Bund, der, oder ob Gotha 

ob Bamberg, 1860 366 

Deutsche Geschichte, Forschungen 

zur, 1860 366 

De Vere (A.) Church Settlement of 

Lreland, 1866 275 

Pleas for Secularisation, 1867 277 

Devils Diary (The) Reflections on 

the War in the East, 1877 386 

Devising Heads and Executive Hands 

of the Enghsh Government, 1855 332 

Devon County School, 1862 81 

Devon (Ld.) Paper on Lreland, 1849 167 
Devonshire (Ld.) Paper dehvered to 

Mayor of Derby S. T. C. 2 

Dewes (Rev. A.) Compulsory Edu- 
cation, 1868 313 

Plea for a new translation of 

the Scriptures, 1866 252 

Dialogue between the Pope and a 

Fanatic, 1680 301 

between the Pulpit and Read- 

mg-desk, 1745 260 

by way of Catechism, Rehgious, 

Moral etc Sc. T. 14 

on Chamwood Forest etc. ... 259 

Dialogues of the Living upon Colo- 
nies, 1845 163 

Dibb (J. E.) The Ass, 1862 293 

Dickens (C.) Mugby Junction, 1866 377 
Dickinson (J.) Obstructions to Trade 

in India, 1862 202 

Scheme for Estabhshing EflS- 

cient Mihtary Reserves, 1871 ... 287 
Pohcy of Secretary of State for 

Lidia, 1863 244 

The Government of Lidia, 1853 325 

Dickson (L. S.) Why he did it: 

reasons for the displacement of 

an Officer, 1861 396 

Dickson (W. M.) Absolute Equahty 

of all Men before the Law etc. 1865 311 
Diezel, Formation of National Party 

in Germany, 1855 78 

Dight (J.) Rehgious Liberty, 1863 83 
Dimanche, rinstitution du, 1869 ... 294 

Diocesan Records etc. 1868 253 

Synods considered, 1851 187 

Direct Legislation by the People 

etc. 1869 280 

Disasters in England, Causes of 

Present S. T. W. 2 

Disdier, ConcU. du Droit et du Devoir ; 

Pretentions de la Raison, 1856 ... 188 

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Tea cts — continued. 

Disney's Sermons on Death of 

Priestley, 1804 45 

Disraeli (B.) On the Irish Question, 

1843,44,68 442 

Dissection of the Scottish Reform 

Bill,1831 242 

Dissent without Reason in Con- 
science T. T. 51 

Dissenter (Why are you a), Answer 

to,1772 71 

Letter to S. T.O. 2 

Letter to Bishop of Salisbury, 

1789 28 

Dissenter's Sayings in Requital for 

L'Estrange's Sayings, 1683 306 

Vindication of conduct of, 1777 49 

accept. Corp. Offices, Mayor of 

Bristol etc., Thoughts on, 1794 ... 25 

Admiss. into University, 1847 159 

Dissenters, Discussion of their Pre- 
tensions, 1790 19 

(Protestant) Appeal to, to 

unite with Catholic Brethren ... 130 

Letters to Delegates from, 1789 19 

Essay on Origin of etc. 1790 18 

Right to Toleration, 1789 4,36 

Dissenting Attorney, Letter to Burke, 

1791 7 

Dishonesty, 1843 199 

Distilleries, Compet. with Breweries 136 
Distress, Thoughts on Present, 1829 96 

The National in 1847-48, 1848 320 

Dobbs, Letter to Ld. North and Mr. 

Fox, 1784 63 

Doctor Lidoctus, Strictures on Prof. 

J. Nichol, by F. Hall, 1880 425 

Doctrinaires (Les) Qu'est ce que ... 118 
Documents accompanying Maj .-Gen. 

C. Schury's Report, 1865 249 

Dodds (J.) Hudson's Bay Company 

etc. 1866 288 

RaUway Reform, 1868 254 

Dodsworth (Rev. W.) House divided 

against itself (The Gorham Case), 

1850 443 

Doleful history of King Leo and 

Fair Erin, n.d T. Q. 9 

Dombart (R.) Commodianus 391 

Donaldson (J. W.) On some points 

connected with the Medo-Persic 

Dualism, 1859 441 

on Kennedy's Examination of 

the Latin Grammar, 1852 189 

' Jashar,' Remarks on, 1855... 161 

Exposure of Perowne, 1855 161, 190 

Donaugesellschaft (Gelehrte) in 

Wien, 1837 117 

Donisthorpe (W.) Liberty or Law, 

1884 416 

Donkin (Lt.-Gen. Sir F.) Letter on 

the Government of Cape of Good 

Hope 100 



Donn(B.