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CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY 



NORFOLK AND NORWICH 



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CATALOGUE 



THE LIBRARY 



NORFOLK AND NORWICH 



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SYSTEMATICALLY ARRANGED 



WITH AN ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




NORWICH : 

PRINTED BY JOSLA.H FLETCHER, HAYMARKET. 
1842. 






PREFACE. 



The Norfolk and Norwich Literary Institution was estab- 
lished in the year 1822, for the purpose of combining 
publications of the highest character, both English and 
Foreign, in every department, with a liberal supply of the 
most interesting and popular literature of the day, and a 
general collection of standard works : thus whilst securing 
an ample provision of general amusement and informa- 
tion, its Library of Reference would present valuable 
and increasing facilities for the cultivation of literary and 
scientific pursuits. To what extent these objects have 
been already attained, the present Catalogue will bear 
testimony. Difficulties have arisen, but these are happily 
surmounted; and the members of this Institution may 
now look forward, with renewed confidence, to the time 
when, the objects originally contemplated being fully ac- 
compUshed, it may take its stand with the best provincial 
establishments of a similar kind. 

In this Institution the want of a new Catalogue on a 
classified basis has been long felt ; for although the alpha- 
betical mode of arrangement may in the infancy of such 
an establishment be best adapted to the smaller collection 

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VI PREFACE. 

of books, yet, after a lapse of twenty years, during which 
steady progress has been made towards the formation of 
a valuable Library, classification becomes necessary. On 
the other hand, the difficulty of assigning to each book its 
appropriate place under the best arranged system, is so 
great, owing to the diversified character of many w^orks, 
that those who make the attempt may claim some indul- 
gence if they should not in every instance have come to 
the right decision on this point. 

The arrangement adopted in the present Catalogue, 
although agreeing in its general outlines, will, at the same 
time, be found to differ in some of its details from most 
other Catalogues : — the sub-divisions in every case must 
necessarily be adapted to the extent of the collection ; for 
if too numerous and minute, they only tend to confuse 
the inquirer and increase the difficulty of reference to any 
particular book. The copious alphabetical index sub- 
joined to this Catalogue will, it is hoped, entirely obviate 
that difficulty. 

The Institution owes much to the liberality of private 
individuals, who, particularly at an early period of its 
existence, have enriched its shelves by numerous dona- 
tions. One hundred and forty-six volumes of Foreign 
literature were presented by the Norwich Foreign Book 
Society ; — and about fifteen hundred pamphlets, compris- 
ing, amongst many others, the collection of the late Sir 
John Cox Hippesley, Bart., have been presented by vari- 
ous subscribers. The names of the donors were inserted 



PREFACE. VII 

in the former Catalogue, but in the present, it was con- 
sidered unnecessary, as every donation is recorded in a 
book provided for the purpose, and the name of the 
donor is also inscribed within the cover of each presenta- 
tion book or pamphlet. 

Although the subscribers to the Norfolk and Norwich 
Literary Institution have the privilege of access to the 
books composing the City Library, in common with the 
subscribers to the Norwich Public Library, in whose 
custody they are deposited, it has not been thought 
proper to insert them in this Catalogue, but a separate 
Catalogue is kept at the rooms of the Institution : and 
the books may be obtained by an order from the Town 
Clerk, to whom application can be made either personally 
or through the Librarian. 

In the summer of 1 840 it was considered by several of 
the members, that instruments for meteorological observa- 
tions would be a desirable addition to the Institution. A 
subscription for eflfecting this object was opened, and a 
sum sufficient for the purchase of a very superior standard 
barometer, by Newman, two excellent standard thermo- 
meters, a day and night self-registering thermometer, a 
rain guage, and Daniell's hygrometer, was subscribed by 
several members of the Institution who felt an interest in 
scientific inquiries. These instruments are now in the 
possession of the Society, and a daily register is kept by 
the Librarian j an abstract of which appears weekly in 
the Norwich papers. 



VllI PREFACE. 

The Catalogue now oflfered to the subscribers, although 
its arrangement may not be considered philosophically 
correct in all its bearings, will, it is hoped, answer its 
immediate purpose of facilitating reference; at the same 
time that it will exhibit the riches and poverty of the 
Library in the several branches of literature — its riches, 
that the pubhc may see what has been effected during a 
comparatively short period* — its poverty, that desiderata 
may be suppHed, and the collection of standard works in 
each department gradually rendered complete. 

* The Institution at the present time contains upwards of 1 1000 volumes of 
books. 



L AW S, 

CORRECTED TO SEPTEMBER, 1842. 



CHAP. I. 

LAWS RESPECTING THE MEMBERS. 



SECTION I. TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

1 . — ^The Members of this Institution shall consist of Share- 
holders and Anmtal Subscribers : but Shareholders only shall 
have an Interest in the Property of the Institution, or be en- 
titled to vote on questions affecting it. 

2. — The price of each Share shall be Five Guineas; but when 
450 Shares shall have been subscribed for, the Subscription at 
that rate shall close. 

3. — An Annual Subscription of One Guinea and Half shall 
be paid in advance by every Shareholder : those who hold more 
than one share being allowed on their additional Share or Shares 
Interest at four per cent. 

4. — Members who are not Shareholders shall pay in advance 
an Annual Subscription of Two Guineas. 

5. — The Annual Payments shall become due on the 22nd of 
October in each year. A Shareholder not paying his Subscrip- 
tion before the 22nd of December shall thenceforth be charged a 
fine of One Shilling per Month while in arrear, that if in arrear 
on the 22nd of December of the following Year, he shall then 
receive a Month's notice to pay up his arrears, or forfeit his 
White Ticket, but shall be allowed, nevertheless, to dispose of 
any additional Shares he may also hold ; but that this law shall 



X LAWS 

not be enforced in any case where absence or other efficient 
reason shall be satisfactorily alleged to the Committee, for non- 
compliance with the terms of the Law. 

6. — Persons elected Members between the 22nd of October 
in each year, and the 22nd of April following, shall pay a Full 
Years Subscription ; such as are subsequently elected shall pay 
for Half the Year only. 

7. — Every Member when admitted may, at his own cost, 
receive a copy of the Regulations of the Institution, and a 
Catalogue of the books when published ; also every Supplement 
to, or new edition of, the Catalogue, as soon as it shall be 
printed. Every Shareholder shall, at his own cost, receive a 
Ticket for each of his Shares, as provided by the 1 5th Law of 
this Chapter. 

SECTION II. MODE OF ADMISSION. 

8. — Persons desirous of joining the Institution must be pro- 
posed by a Member, or by the Secretary, who shall inscribe their 
names and address, together with his own signature, upon a 
board to be placed in a conspicuous part of the Rooms. 

9. — The names of those proposed shall be enumerated in the 
Summonses issued for the succeeding Monthly Meeting of the 
Committee, when they shall be Balloted for. 

10. — At such Ballots no one shall be elected unless by the 
votes of at least Two-thirds of the persons present. 

SECTION III. TRANSFER OF SHARES. 

11. — If any Shareholder wish to dispose of his Property in 
the Institution, he shall be at liberty to do so, provided the 
party to whom he wishes to transfer it be accepted on Ballot, 
unless already a Member. 

12. — If any Shareholder dispose of one or more of the Shares 
he holds, the party to whom they are transferred shall become 
liable to pay an Annual Subscription of £l lis. Qd., and be 
entitled to interest on all the Shares so transferred to him, 
except one. 

13. — In any case of proposed Transfer, the same Regulations 
shall be observed with regard to the admission of the person 
proposed, as are provided by the 8tli, 9th, and 10th Laws of 
this Chapter. 



RESPECTING THE MEMBERS. XI 

14. — In the event of the Death of a Shareholder, his Share 
or Shares shall not be confiscated for non-payment of Annual 
Subscriptions until four years after his decease : — no books shall 
be delivered to the representatives of such Shareholder, while 
such Annual Subscriptions be withheld, but they shall be at 
liberty at any time to sell the Shares, subject to the regulations 
respecting transfers, without being chargeable with any other 
arrears of Subscription than such as may have accrued during 
the life of the Shareholder. 

15. — Each Share shall be represented by a Ticket. The 
Ticket representing the Share which bears no Interest, but is 
charged with the payment of an Annual Subscription, shall be a 
White Ticket, — with the following acknowledgment : — 

" This Ticket, No. certifies that the Bearer holds One Share in the 
"Norfolk and Norwich Literary Institution, and is entitled to all the 
"rights and privileges of a Shareholder therein, so long as he continues to 
"pay an Annual Subscription of one Guinea and a Half, and to conform 
" to the Laws of the Institution. 

"fEntd.) f Signed) 

" Sec. President." 

The Ticket representing the Share which bears Interest shall 
be a Red Ticket, — with the following acknowledgment : — 

" This Ticket, No. certifies that the Bearer holds One Share in the 
"Norfolk and Norwich Literary Institution, and is entitled to all the 
" rights and privileges of a Shareholder therein, and to Interest on One 
" Share, at four per cent, per Annum, so long as he continues to conform 
"to the Laws of the Institution. 

"fEntd.) . (Signed) 

" Sec. President." 

16. — Progressive Numbers shall be attached to the Shares, 
in the order in which they are subscribed for, and the Tickets 
which represent them, whether White or Red. 

17. — If any person, hitherto not a Member of the Institution, 
or an Annual Subscriber, should obtain by Transfer, one or 
more Red Tickets, one of such Tickets must be immediately 
exchanged for a White Ticket, in conformity with the 12th 
Law of this Chapter. 

White Tickets, however, can never be exchanged for Red 
Ones. The holder of any number of White Tickets must pay 
his Subscription on each, but can receive no interest on any of 
them. 



Xll LAWS 

18. — A Book shall be kept for the Registering of Shares, as 
they are subscribed for, in wliich all Transfers shall be entered, 
with notices of every exchange of Red for White Tickets ; and 
every Shareholder making a Transfer must give immediate in- 
formation of it to the Secretary. 

SECTION IV. ANNUAL AND SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS. 

19. — An Annual Meeting of the Members of this Institution 
shall be held on or about the 22nd of October in each year ; of 
which Notice shall be given in the Norwich Papers of the two 
preceding weeks. The Chair to be taken by the President or 
one of the Vice-Presidents, or, in their absence, by such person 
as the Meeting shall appoint. 

20. — No New Law can be made, nor any existing Law be 
Repealed or Altered, except at a General Meeting, and by a 
majority of the Members present, to be determined by Ballot. 

21. — Any New Law, or Repeal, or Alteration proposed, shall 
be fairly written out and signed by the proposer, and placed 
conspicuously in the Library for the inspection of Members, at 
least One Month previous to the General Meeting. 

22. — Ladies shall have the privilege of voting by Proxy, pro- 
vided such Proxy be a Member. 

SECTION V. PRIVILEGES OF MEMBERS. 

23. — Any Member may Introduce a Lady or Gentleman, 
occasionally resident at or near Norwich, for the purpose of 
becoming a Temporary Subscriber to the Institution, on paying 
Five Shillings per Month in advance, and agreeing to be subject 
to these Laws. The Name and Address of such Temporary 
Subscriber shall be entered, and signed by the Member intro- 
ducing, who shall become answerable for any Fines incuixed. 

24. — Any Member may Introduce Strangers for a period not 
exceeding One Week, under the following Regulations : — Such 
strangers shall not be resident at or within ten miles of Norwich, 
and shall be introduced to the Librarian ; their names and ad- 
dresses shall be entered and signed by the Members introducing, 
who shall become answerable for any Fines incurred. 

25. — Any Member may Propose whatever Works he wishes 
to be purchased, by entering their Titles and Prices in the Pro- 
posing Book. 



RESPECTING THE FUNDS. Xlll 

CHAP. ir. 

LAWS RESPECTING THE FUNDS. 



SECTION I. APPROPRIATION. 

1. — The amount received for Shares shall be applied to the 
purchase of Standard Works, in the various departments of Sci- 
ence and Literature, English and Foreign. 

2. — The Net Annual Income shall be appropriated, in the first 
instance, to the Literature of the Day, and secondly, to the 
purchase of Standard Works, at the discretion of the Committee. 

SECTION II. ACCOUNTS. 

3. — All Money payable to the Institution, whether arising 
from the purchase of Shares, from Annual Subscriptions, Tem- 
porary Subscribers, or any other source, shall be received by 
the Secretary, and be accounted for agreeably to the 28th Law 
of Chap. III. 

4. — All Money due from the Institution shall be paid by the 
Chairman of the Committee, or his order, and accounted for 
agreeably to the provisions of the 20th Law of Chap. III. 

5. — The Accounts of the Chairman and Treasurer shall be 
Audited every year by three members of the Committee, to be 
appointed at their last Monthly Meeting ; and the Report of the 
Auditors shall be read at the Annual Meeting. 

SECTION III. BENEFACTORS. 
6. — Benefactors of suras to the amount of £21 and upward, 
although not Members of the Institution, shall be allowed access 
to it at all times as Honorary Members.* 

* By a reference to the first Law of Chap. IV, it will be seen that the same 
privilege is conferred on "all Donors of Books or other Property, of the 
estimated value of i£2I and upwards." 



XIV LAWS 



CHAP. III. 

LAWS RESPECTING THE OFFICERS. 



SECTION I. ENUMERATION. 

1 . — The Officers of the Institution shall consist of a President, 
Vice-Presidents, a Committee of Twenty-one Members, a Trea- 
surer, and a Librarian and Secretary. 

SECTION II. PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENTS, AND 
TREASURER, 

2. — Any Vacancy occurring in the Offices of President, Vice- 
President, or Treasurer, shall be supplied by Election by Ballot, 
at an Annual or Special Meeting. 

3. — The President, or in his absence, one of the Vice-Presi- 
dents, or in their absence some other Member, shall take the 
Chair at Annual or Special Meetings, and shall have a second 
or casting vote, where the numbers are equal. 

4. — The President and Vice-Presidents shall be ex officio 
Members of the Committee. 

5, — The Treasurer shall keep an account of all money which 
pass through his hands on behalf of the Institution ; which Ac- 
counts shall be audited annually. 

SECTION III. COMMITTEE. 
§ Mode of Election. 
6. — ^The Committee shall consist of twenty-one Members, any 
five of whom may act. Seven of the number shall go out by 
rotation, on the 22nd of October in each year, (unless one of them 
has been appointed to the office of Deputy Chairman in his last 
year,) and seven new Committee-men shall be annually elected. 
No Member shall be eligible to be re-elected on the Committee 
according to the provisions of Law 7, until after the lapse of one 
year; but should any vacancies occur according to the 13th 
Law of this Chapter, those Gentlemen who have gone out at the 



RESPECTING THE OFFICERS. XV 

preceding Annual Meeting, shall be eligible for filling up such 
vacancies, the same as the other Members of the Institution. 

7. — The Seven new Committee-men shall be thus chosen. 

Each Member, previously to the day of the Annual Meeting, 
shall deliver to the Secretary (to be deposited by him in a locked 
box) an alphabetical list of the Seven Members he wishes to 
nominate, signed with his own name. 

Three Members shall be appointed by the Committee at their 
last Monthly Meeting to examine these Lists ; they shall, after 
examination, report the names of those Seven Members, who 
have the majority of nominations, to the President at the 
Annual Meeting, who shall declare them duly elected. In case 
of an Equality of Votes, the Election shall be determined by lot. 

§§ Meetings. 

8. — The Committee shall meet on the Second Tuesday in 
every Month, at Seven o'clock in the Evening precisely, to 
transact the business of the Society. 

9. — At the first Monthly Meeting they shall elect a Chairman 
and Deputy Chairman out of the number, either of whom when 
presiding shall have a casting vote, if necessary, in addition to 
the vote given by him as a Member of the Committee. The 
same privilege shall be enjoyed by any Member of the Committee 
who may be called upon to preside in the absence of the Chair- 
man and Deputy Chairman. 

10. — The Chairman, or Deputy Chairman, or any five of the 
Committee, may summon a Meeting of the Committee whenever 
he or they may think proper. 

§§§ Powers Vested in them. 

1 1 . — The Committee shall have power to call a Special 
General Meeting, when they deem it expedient, by giving similar 
notices to those required for the Annual Meeting. 

12. — If any Committee-man absent himself from the Com- 
mittee three successive Meetings, without alleging a satisfactory 
excuse, his place shall be declared vacant. 

13. — Should any Vacancy occur, by death, change of resi- 
dence, non-attendance, or resignation, the Committee may 
immediately proceed to supply the Vacancy by nominating any 
Member whom they shall think eligible, who shall continue on 



XVI LAWS 

the Committee for the same period as the Member in lieu of 
whom he is appointed. 

14. — The Committee shall determine what Books, Maps, Pam- 
phlets, and Periodical Works shall be admitted into the Library. 

15. — They shall determine what Books shall circulate, and 
the time allowed for reading them ; also what Duplicates shall 
be provided. 

16. — They shall dispose o/such Works of temporary interest, 
and Duplicates no longer required for circulation, as they may 
think right. 

17. — The Committee may Shut up the Library for the pur- 
pose of examining into its state, whenever they think proper ; 
a week's previous notice having been given. 

18. — They are empowered to frame and adopt Temporary 
Regulations, which shall remain in force until the next General 
Meeting. 

19. — If any difficulty arise, not expressly ^romdec? /or by these 
Laws, it shall be determined by the Committee. 

§§§§ Chairman. 

20. — The Chairman shall keep an account of all Money re- 
ceived from the Librarian ; he shall pay all demands upon the 
Institution, and hand over the balance to the Treasurer. 

21. — The Chairman, with one or two Members of the Com- 
mittee, shall occasionally visit the Library, to inspect the 
Librarian's and Secretary's Accounts, and to examine the state 
of the Books ; and shall report their observations to the Com- 
mittee, at their next Monthly Meeting. 

SECTION IV. LIBRARIAN AND SECRETARY. 

§ Mode of Election. 

22. — The Librarian, who shall also act as Secretary, shall be 

elected by the Society at large, at a General Meeting, and shall 

continue in Office without re-election, as long as it shall be 

agreeable to himself and the Society. 

§§ His Duties as Librarian. 
23. — The Librarian shall attend, or provide attendance, to 
deliver out and receive Books, and to transact the general bu- 
siness of the Institution, from Ten o'clock in the morning until 



RESPECTING THE OFFICERS. XVll 

Nine at night, every day, except Sunday, Maundy Thursday, 
Good Friday, Easter Monday and Tuesday, Christmas day, and 
the day following. 

He shall keep an accurate account of the Circulation of the 
Books ; he shall examine them when returned ; and shall inform 
the Committee of any damage they may have sustained, in order 
that proper fines may be imposed ; which Fines he shall rigo- 
rously enforce. 

24. — He shall carefully collate all Books purchased for the 
Institution, that they may be rejected if imperfect. 

25. — He shall keep Alphabetical and Classified Catalogues of 
the Books of the Institution. 

26. — He shall determine and mark in every volume, which is 
permitted to circulate, the number of days allowed for its read- 
ing, subject to the revision of the Committee. 

§§§ His Duties as Secretary. 

27. — The Secretary shall issue Notices of Annual and Special 
General Meetings, stating the business to be transacted. 

He shall give Notices of the Meetings of the Committee two 
days at least before each Monthly or Special Meeting, specifying 
in the Notices the names of the Persons, if any, for whom a 
ballot is to be taken. 

28. — He shall receive all Money due to the Institution, and 
shall pay it over, every month, to the Chairman of the Com- 
mittee, who shall account for it agreeably to the provisions of 
the 20th Law of this Chapter. 

29. — He shall keep a Book, in which he shall insert the Names 
of Benefactors, Donors of Books, and Shareholders without 
interest. He shall also keep all the Books which are required 
by the Laws respecting Shareholders, Subscribers, Temporary 
Subscribers, Strangers, Accounts, Circulation, and the Proposing 
of Books. 

30. — He shall record the Proceedings of the Committee. 

31. — In case of any mistake or stain happening in any of the 
Records of the Society, neither the leaf on which it has occurred, 
nor any leaf whatever, shall be cut out or cancelled unless at a 
General Meeting ; and then the reason of such mutilation shall 
be assigned and testified by the signature of the President, on 
behalf of such General Meeting. 



XVlll LAWS 



CHAP. IV. 

LAWS RESPECTING THE BOOKS. 



SECTION I. DONATIONS. 

1 . — All Donors of Books or other Property, of the estimated 
value of £21 and upwards, shall, although not Members of the 
Institution, be allowed access to it at all times as Honorary 
Members. 

2. — All Books presented or bequeathed to the Institution 
shall be deposited in the Library for the use of the Members ; 
and shall not circulate without the express permission of the 
Committee. 

SECTION II. GENERAL CIRCULATION. 

3. — The Reviews, Magazines, and Pamphlets, shall remain 
upon the Table of the Library a fortnight before they are sent 
into circulation ; but when the day for circulating them occurs 
on a Monday, they shall, for the convenience of Country Mem- 
bers, be allowed to be sent on the preceding Saturday. 

4. — The Books shall be delivered to the Subscribers in the 
order of their applications to the Librarian. 

If two or more persons apply at the same time, their claims 
shall be determined by Lot. 

5.' — When any person applies for a work that is in circulation, 
the Librarian shall inform him when it is expected to be returned ; 
and if he desire it, his Name shall be entered in a book kept for 
that purpose, that it may be reserved for him, and the Librarian 
shall send a notice, if required, when such Book is returned. If 
the Book be not sent for, on the day of giving such notice, or 
the day following, the Librarian shall be at liberty to deliver it 
to the next person who has applied. 

6. — A Review and two Books (one of which must, however, 
have been published above two years) may be delivered at the 
same time to a Member, it being moreover allowable to consider 



RESPECTING THE BOOKS. XIX 

the whole set of volumes of a Novel as one Book. In extraor- 
dinary cases, the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Com- 
mittee, are each empowered to give permission for the issue of a 
greater number. 

7. — No Member shall be allowed to take out the same new 
Book twice during the Jirst year of its circulation, unless it has 
remained a week upon the shelves of the Library, 

8. — If a Member take out the first volume of a set, he may 
require the Librarian to reserve the succeeding volumes to be 
delivered in regular order.* 

In case of the undue detention of any volume, the Librarian 
is at liberty to deliver the remaining volumes to any other 
applicants. 

9. — The Librarian shall be authorized, on the delivery of 
certain Works of particular value, selected by the Committee, to 
require, of the Member receiving them, a promissory note for 
their return entire and uninjured. Penalties, in case of injury, 
to be incurred according to the Regulations in this Chapter. 

SECTION III. COUNTRY CIRCULATION. 

10. — Members residing in the County, or two miles from the 
City Gates, shall be allowed the privilege of detaining Books 
until the next Saturday after they shall become due. They 
shall also be permitted to withdraw a larger number of Books 
at a time than are allowed to resident Members. 

That any Member resident in Norwich, who goes into the 
Country for any period exceeding a week, shall, during his 
absence, enjoy all the privileges of a Country Member, provided 
he gives notice to the Librarian before he leaves Norwich, of his 
intended absence and of the probable duration of such absence. 

SECTION IV. FINES AND FORFEITURES. 
11. — Any Member who shall remove from the premises any 
Book, Pamphlet, or Paper, contrary to the Regulations of the 
Institution, may be suspended by the authority of the Com- 
mittee, until the next General Meeting, when, if it be thought 
expedient, he shall be expelled, and shall forfeit his Shares to 
the Institution. 

• This law does not extend to Reviews and other Works of an unconnected 
nature. 



XX LAWS. 

12. — If any Book be lost, the Member to whom the same 
was last deHvered shall immediately replace it with a new one 
of the same edition, or pay to the Librarian the value of the 
same. If the Book so lost be part of a set, he shall replace the 
lost volume, or shall take the remaining volumes and purchase 
or pay for a New Set for the Library. Should he refuse to 
submit to these penalties, he shall be expelled ; and, if a Share- 
holder, shall forfeit his Share, or such of his Shares, in the 
Institution, as will compensate the loss. 

1 3. — No Member shall be allowed to take a Book out of the 
Library until his Subscription be paid, or while his Fines are in 
arrear. 

14. — The Daily Fine for the undue detention of Books shall 
be 3d. for an Octavo or Duodecimo, and 6d. for a Quarto or 
Folio. The day on which the Books are delivered out, the day 
on which they are returned, and the Sundays which may inter- 
vene, shall not be calculated in the number of days allowed for 
reading. 

15. — Adequate Fines shall be imposed by the Committee, on 
all who shall deface or otherwise injure the Books of the 
Institution ; provided such Fines never exceeded the value of 
the Books so damaged. The power of mitigating the Penalties 
incurred by such offences shall rest with the Committee. 



LIST OF MEMBERS, 

OCTOBER, 1842. 



patron. 
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF SUSSEX. 



HUDSON GURNEY, ESQ., F.R.S. 

VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES, ETC. 



Wict:^vt&iamt&. 



THE RIGHT REVEREND THE LORD BISHOP OF NORWICH, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNN^AN SOCIETY, ETC. 



THE HON. AND VERY REVEREND THE DEAN OF NORWICH. 



SIR THOMAS FOWELL BUXTON, BART. 



THE REVEREND ADAM SEDGWICK, M.A., F.R.S., F.G.S., 

CANON OF NORWICH, WOODWARDIAN PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY 
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, ETC. 



RICHARD HANBURY GURNEY, ESQ. 



THOMAS AMYOT, ESQ., 

TREASURER OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTK^ARIES. 



CHARLES BARCLAY, ESQ. 



EDWARD LOMBE, JUN. ESQ. 



SIMON WILKIN, ESQ., F.L.S., M.W.S., 

HONORARY LIBRARIAN AND SECRETARY. 

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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



^\)avt))oVtitvS anU Annual ^xibicvihtvi. 



Alexander Rev. John 

Alpe Mrs. 

Ames Daniel, Lakenham 

Bacon Nicholas C, North Walsham 

Bacon Richard Noverre 

Barnard Charles 

Bamham Major 

Bamham James Calthrop 

Bathurst Rev. William, Ludham 

Beare Samuel Shalders, Town Close 
♦Beauvisage Ernest 

Beckwith Mrs. 
•Bentfield Charles, Pulham 

Bidwell Henry 

Bignold Samuel 

Birkbeck Henry, Keswick 

Birkbeck Henry, Jun., Keswick 

Blake Edward, Tuttington 

Blake John, Bramerton 

Blake John Joseph 

Blake Robert, Jun. 

Blake Dodshon 

Blakelock Rev. Ralph, Gimmingham 

Blakely Edward 

Blakiston Capt., TTiorpe 

Blunderfield Samuel 

Boardman Richard Roper 

Boardman Mrs. 

Bolingbroke Horatio 

Bolingbroke Charles 

Bond Edgar 

Bond George, Oxnead 

Booth Edward Temple 
•Bradshaw Francis Weston, Drayton 

Brickdale Rev. Ridiard, Boston 

Brightwell Thomas 

Brightwcll Thomas, Jun. 

Brock Rev. William 

Brooke William 

Brown Rev. James 

Brown John 

Browne Wm. J()hn Uttcn, Bramerton 

Buckle Rev. T. Starling, Ildhersctt 

Burt William 



Butcher William 

Cadge Michael, Hoveton 

Cann Mrs., Wramplingham 

Carver Rev. Wm. James, Sprowston 

Carver Miss, Sprowston 
•Carver Rev. Charles, Horning 

CastcU Rev. William, Brooke 

Cater John, Marlingford 

Chapman Gardiner 

Clabburn James 

Clarke William Robert, Wymondham 

Clowes Rev. Thomas 

Clowes E. N., Neio Buckenhmn 

Cole Rev. Edward, Plumstead 

Coleman Samuel 

CoUyer Rev. Thomas, Bxingay 

Collyer Col. 

Collyer Mrs. 

Cooke Heniy, Catton 

Cooper William 
♦Cooper Rev. Robert, Howe 
♦Cooper Henry, Guist 

Corby Robert, Whitlingham 
•Cotterill Rev. George, Colney 

Cox James Valentine 

Crompton Rev. Joseph 

Crosse John Green 

Cubitt William Jary 

Cubitt Joseph Sewell 

CuUey Henry, Guton Hall 

Culley Henry Utting, Costessey 

Culley John, Costessey 

Culley Mrs. Richard 

Cundall Benjamin 

Dalrymple Artliur 

Dalrymple Archibald 

Dalton Samuel 

Daniell Edward, Aylmerton 

Davey Mrs. 

Day James, Catton 

Day Thomas Starling 
♦Denny Miss, Bergh Apton 

Dixon Rev. Edward 

Doggett Richard, Ringland 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



xxm 



Donne William Bodhain, MattishaU 

Drake Mrs., Pulham 

Eade Peter, Blojield 

Etheridge George 

Evans Lewis, M.D. 

Everett George Syder 

Fennell Capt. 

Fisher Thomas 

Fletcher Josiah 

Forster William 
•Foster Sampson 

Francklin Rev. Henry Fair&x 

Freestone Edward 

Frost Rev. William, Thorpe 

Fulcher Miss Julia 

Fulcher Miss M. J. 

Ganning Mrs. 

Gardiner Miss 

Geary William 

Geldart Joseph 

Geldart Joseph, Jun. , Thorpe 

Geldart Thomas 

Geldart Robert 

Gilbert Robert, Thorpe 

Gilbert Wm. Alexander, Cantley 

Goodwin Charles 

Gordon John, Saxlingham 
•Grand Mrs. 

Grout George 

Gunn Rev. John, Irstead 
•Gumey Miss A., Northrepps 

Gumey Joseph John, Earham 

Gumey John Henry 
•Gumey John, Earlham 
•Gumey Daniel, Runcton 

Hales Mrs. 

Hansell Henry 

Hansell Robert 

Hardy W. H. Cozens, Letheringsett 

Hart Charles 

Hart Rev. Richard, Catton 

Harvey Kerrison, Thorpe 

Harvey Henry, Beccles 

Harvey Robert, Pulham 

Hawes Siday 

Hawkes Robert W. 

Hawkins John, Trowse 

Heath Mrs., Cation 



Herring William, Hethersett 

Hibgame Rev. Edward 

Hibgame Major 

Holmes Rev. Thomas White, Ched- 
grave 

Howard Rev. Wm., Witchingham 

Hewlett John, Bowthorpe 

Hyde George 

Ives Ferdinand 

Ives George 

Jarrold John James 

Jarvis Miss 

Johnson John Godwin 

Jollye Rev. Hunting, Broome 

Joy Miss, Roughton 
•Kent Mrs., Fakenham 

Kett George Samuel, Brooke 

Keymer Thomas 

Kidd Rev. Richard 

Kitson John, Thorpe 

Kitton John 

Langford Capt. , Hethersett 

Leeds Miss, Cringleford 

Long Capt., Catton 

Long Robert Kellet, Dunston 

Lubbock Edward, M. D. 

Mackie Arthur 

Maillard Capt., Braconash 

Martineau Mrs., Bracondale 

Master Alfred 

Mills Frederick 

Minty Richard George Feme 

Morgan Richard 

Morgan Richard John Edward 

Morrison Archibald 

Morse George 

Murrell Gibbs, Surlingham 

Muskett Charles 

Muskett Jam^ Newton 

Nichols William Peter 

Norton John Culley 

Opie Mrs. 

Oxley Mrs., Catton 

Oxley Richard 

Pearse Rev. George 

Pearson James 
•Pclham Hon. & Rev. John Tliomas, 
Bergh Apton • 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



Playford H., Northrepps 

Poole Miss 

Power Rev. A. Bath 

Priest Richard Raven 

Prowett Rev. H., Catfidd 

Pulley Henry 

Puntis Rev. James 

Rackham Matthew, Thorpe 

Rackham Richard 

Reed Rev. Andrew 

Rowe Carey William 

Sandby Rev. George, Bungay 

Scott Page Nicol 
* Scott John, Colney 

Scott Samuel 

Seppings William 

Sewell Joseph, Poringland 
♦Sidney Rev. Edwin, Acle 

Skipper John, Thorpe 

Slipper Rev. B. R., Wymondham 

Smith Lady 

Smith Rev. Wm., East Tuddenham 

Sotherp George 

Sothem Samuel 

Spark John 

Sparshall Edmund 

Spelman Henry 

Spurrell Miss, Bassingham 

Staff Miss 

Standard Joseph, Jun. 

Stark Michael 

Stark William 

Starling Col. 

Stephens Admiral, Plumstead 

Steward Rev. J. H., East Carlton 
•Stewart Mrs., Carbrooke 

Stone James 

Stother John Meyricke 



Stracey Sir Edw., Bart., Rackheath 
Sultzer John 
Swann Joshua 
Tallack William 
Tawke Arthur, M.D. 
Taylor Rev. Arthur, Marlingford 
Taylor John Oddin 
Tillett Jacob Henry 
Titlow Rev. Samuel 
Tompson Rev. James Browne 
Toplis Rev. John, SouthWalsham 
Tuck Thos. Gilbert, Strumpshaw 
Tuck Henry, Blojield 
Turner Charles 
Turner Rev. Charles 
♦Twistleton Edward 
Unthank Clement William 
Vaux Rev. Bowyer, Hethersett 

* Venning John 

Waters Frederick, T/iorpe 
Webb John Barton 
Webster Rev. George Horatio 
Webster Rev. Josiah Gardener 

* Wenn Rev. James, Dunston 
West Charles John 

Whitbread Rev. E. S., Strumpshaw 
Wigham Robert 
Wiles Charles Barsham 
Willett Henry 
Willett Edward 
•Willins Rev. James, Melton 
Wilson William, Flordon 
Wodehouse Rev. Charles Nourse 
Wooltcrton Robert 
Wright Warner, M.D. 
Wright Robert John 
Youngman Samuel Wood 
Youngs John, Jun. 



*^* In the above Lltt, Annual Subscribers are distinguished from Shareholdera 
by an asterisk prefixed to their names^ 

Messrs. Gurneys and Birkbeck. 



John Quinton. 



SYNOPTICAL 
TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



CLASS THE FIRST. 

Page 

Sec. I Holy Scriptures ..... I 
II Harmonies of the Old and New Testa- 
ments ... ... 4 

III Dictionaries & Concordances of the Bible 5 

IV Introduction to the Study of the Holy 

Scriptures, History of Translations, 

and State of the Text ... 6 
V Biblical Criticism, Commentaries, and 

Interpretations of the Holy Scriptures 9 

VI SS. Patres et Scriptores Ecclesiastici . 14 
VII Manners, Customs, and Antiquities of 

the Jews 15 

VIII Ecclesiastical History and Councils . 16 
IX Church Government, Rites ^nd Cere- 
monies, Liturgies, Toleration . 24 
X Sermons, Charges, &c. ... 36 
XI Defences of Natural & Revealed Religion 49 
XII Controversial Writers and Miscellaneous 

Divinity ...... 55 

XIII Transactions, &c., of Religious Societies 85 

XIV Pagan and Mahometan Religions . . 88 



XXVI CONTENTS. 



CLASS THE SECOND. 
Surisijjruljettce, (BohtvnxtimU anlr ^olitirsf* 

Page 

Sec. I Law of Nature and Nations — Treaties . 91 

II Canon and Civil Law, and Foreign Laws 92 

III Common and Statute Law of England . 93 

IV English Constitution and Politics . 99 
V International and Foreign Politics . 115 

VI Politics as connected with Religious Opin- 
ions: — The Catholic Question, &c. . 124 
VII Political Economy 

1 General Treatises and Statistics . .137 

2 Finance, Money, Trade, and Commerce . 139 

3 Colonization, Slavery, and the Slave Trade 151 

4 Population, State of the Poor, Poor Laws,&c. 157 

5 Police, Penal Code, and Prison Discipline . 162 

6 Miscellanies 166 



CLASS THE THIRD. 

Sec. I General Treatises on Philosophy . • l7l 
II Moral Philosophy 

1 Ethics 172 

2 Eklucation, Manners, &c. . . .176 

3 Logic and Metaphysics . . . .181 

III Mathematics 185 

IV Natural Philosophy and Physics 

1 General Treatises on Natural Philosophy 

2 Astronomy ..... 

3 Optics, Perspective, and Acoustics 

4 Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Hydraulics, Pneu 

matics ..... 

5 Chemistry ..... 

6 Electricity, Galvanism, Magnetism, and 

Meteorology . . . .195 



188 
190 
191 

192 
193 



CONTENTS. XXVll 

Page 

Sec. V Natural History 

1 General Treatises on Natural History . 196 

2 Geology and Mineralogy . . .199 

3 Zoology 203 

4 Botany 211 

VI Anatomy, Physiology, Medicine, and 

Surgery 213 

VII Mechanical Arts and Trades — Civil 

Engineering 220 

VIII Fine Arts 222 

IX Recreative Arts: — Hunting, Shooting, &c. 226 
X Architecture ; Including Architectural 

Antiquities* ..... 227 

XI Agriculture, Rural Economy, Planting, 

• and Gardening .... 229 

XII Art of War . . . . . .235 

XIII Memoirs and Transactions of Philo- 
sophical Societies, Encyclopaedias, 
Dictionaries, and Magazines of Sci- 
ence and the Arts .... 236 



CLASS THE FOURTH. 

Belles s:ettresi* 

Sec. I Origin and Progress of Language and 

Letters — Arts of Writing & Printing 241 
II Literary History and Bibliography . 242 

III Literary Journals, Magazines, Reviews, 

&c. 247 

IV Philology, Criticism, Rhetoric, and 

Grammar ..... 250 

V Dictionaries and Lexicons . . .255 

* For Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain, see Class the Fifth, Sec. III. 



XXVIU 


CONTENTS. 


Pago 


Sec. VI 


Poetry and the Drama .... 


257 


VII 


Fictitious Narrative: Novels, Romances, 






Tales, &c 


274 


VIII 


Greek and Latin Classics and Translations 


299 


IX 


Literary Miscellanies .... 


309 


X 


Collected Works of Authors 


320 



CLASS THE FIFTH. 

Sec. I Introduction to the Study of History . 325 
II Geography: — Ancient and Modern j 

Maps, &c 325 

III Topography 

1 General Topography and Antiquities of 

England 327 

2 Topography, History, and Antiquities of the 

several Counties of England . . 330 

3 Topography of Wales, Scotland, and the 

Isle of Man 342 

IV Voyages and Travels : including Descrip- 

tions of Particular Countries, Man- 
ners, Customs, &c 342 

V Universal History, Ancient History, and 

Chronology 382 

VI Byzantine History .... 388 

VII Modern History 393 

VIII Dissertations, Correspondence, &c.. Illus- 
trative of History . . . .414 
IX Parliamentary History, Speeches, Records, 

State Papers, &c 417 

X Heraldry, Genealogy, Peerages, &c. . 423 

XI Numismatics and Various Antiquities . 424 

XII Biography, Ijetters, Anecdotes, &c. . 428 

Addenda 462 

Index 467 



C ATA L O G U E. 



CLASS THE FIRST. 

SECTION I. 
Holy Scriptures. 

BiBLiA Sacra Polyglotta : complectentia Textus Originales, 
Hebraicum, cum Pentateucho Samaritano, Chaldaicum, 
Graecum ; Versionumque antiquarum, Samaritanae, Grse- 
cse LXX Interpretuna, Chaldaicse, Syriacse, Arabicee, 
iEthiopicae, Persicse, Vulgatse Latinss, quicquid comparari 
poterat ; cum Textuum et Versionum Orientalium Trans- 
lationibus Latinis, et cum Apparatu, Appendicibus, Tab- 
ulis, Variis Lectionibus, Annotationibus, Indicibus, etc. 
Edidit Brianus Waltonus, 6 tom. folio Lond. 1657 

Lexicon Heptaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syriacum, 
Samaritanum, iEthiopicum, Arabicum conjunctim, et 
Persicum separatim. Cui accessit brevis Grammaticse 
omnium praecedentium Linguarum Delineatio. Auctore 
Edmundo Castello, 2 tom. folio Lond. 1669 

BiBLiA Hebraica, secundum ultimam editionem Jos. Athise, a 
Joanne Leusden, denuo recognitam : Recensita, atq : ad 
Masoram, et correctiores Bombergi, Stephani, Plantini, 
aliorumq : editiones, exquisite adornata, variisq: Notis 
illustrata, ab Everardo Van Der Hooght, V.D.M. Editio 
nova recognita, et emendata A. Judah D'AUemand, 
2 tom. 8vo. Lond. 1822 



2 RELIGION. 

Testamentum Vetus, ex Versione Septuaginta Interpretum, a 
J. E. Grabe, edidit Jo. Jac. Breitingerus, 4 torn. 4to. 

Tig. Helvet. 1730 
BiBLiA Sacra Vulgatse Editionis, 4to. Paris, 1707 

The Holy Bible, with the Apocrypha, 4to. Lond. 1813 

Bible, in Irish, 4to. Lond. 1681 

Job, The Book of, translated from the original Hebrew, with an 
Introduction on the History, Times, Country, Friends, 
and Book of the Patriarch, by Samuel Lee, D.D. 8vo. 

Lond. 1837 
Job, The Book of, in English Verse ; translated from the original 
Hebrew, with Remarks, &c. by Thomas Scott, 4to. 

Lond. 1771 

Psalms, The Book of, translated from the Hebrew, with Notes, 

Explanatory and Critical, by Bishop Horsley, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1815 
Psalms, a New Translation of the Book of, with Notes, Expla- 
natory and Critical, by William Walford, 8vo. 

Lond. 1837 
Teaductign du Psaume XXII, selon I'Hebrew et les Septante, 
par J. B. Bossuet, Eveque de Meaux CEuvres, tom. 3 
PsALMORUM Liber, additis canticis cum Notis. Supplenda in 
Psalmos, cum Dissertatione de Psalmis, a J. B. Bossuet, 
episc. Mildense CEuvres, tom. 1 

Salomonis Libri, Proverbia, Ecclesiastes, Canticum Canticorum, 
Sapientia, Ecclesiasticus, cum Notis J. B. Bossuet, episc. 
Mildensis CEuvres, tom. 2 

Isaiah, a New Translation, with a Preliminary Dissertation and 
Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory, by Bp. 
Lowth, 2 vols. 8vo. Glasg. 1822 

Isaiah, The Book of the Prophet, translated from the Original 
Hebrew, with a Commentary, &c. by the Rev. E. Hen- 
derson, 8vo. Lond. 1840 
Isaiah Unfulfilled, being an Exposition of the Prophet, with 
New Version and Critical Notes, by the Rev. R. Govett, 
8vo. Lond. 1841 
Jeremiah and Lamentations, with Notes, Critical, Philological, 
and Explanatory, by Benjamin Blayney, D.D., 4to. 

Oxford, 1784 



HOLY SCRIPTURES. S 

EzEKiEL, An Attempt towards an Improved Version and Metrical 
Arrangement, and an Explanation of that Prophet, by 
Abp. Newcome, 4to. Dublin, 1788 

Daniel, An Improved Version Attempted, with a Preliminary 
Dissertation, and Notes, Critical, Historical, and Expla- 
natory, by Thomas Wintle, B.D., 4to. Oxford, 1792 

HosEA, Translated from the Hebrew, with Notes, by Bp. Horsley, 

Horsley's Bib. Crit. vol. 3 

The Twelve Minor Prophets, An Attempt towards an Improved 
Version, a Metrical Arrangement and Explanation of 
them, by Abp. Newcome, 8vo. Pontefract, 1809 

Selections from the Old Testament, or the Religion, Morality, 
and Poetry of the Hebrew Scriptures, arranged under" 
Heads, by Sarah Austin, 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Testamentum Novum Graecum, cum Lectionibus variantibus, 
etc., opera J. J. Wetstenii, 2 tom. folio Amst. 1751-2 

Novum Testamentum Greece, textum ad fidem Codicum, Versi- 
onum et Patrum recensuit, et lectionis varietatem adjecit 
J. J. Griesbach, 2 tom. 8vo. Halo: Sax. 1796 

Novum Testamentum Greece, curavit Dr. J. Mart. Augustinus 
Scholz, 2 tom. in 1, 4to. LipsicB, 1830 

Greek Testament, with English Notes, Critical, Philological, and 
Explanatory, by Rev. E. Valpy, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 

New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, published 
in 1526, being the first translation from the Greek into 
English, by William Tyndale, printed verbatim, with a 
Memoir of his Life and Writings, by George Offer, small 
8vo. Lond. 1836 

New Testament Revised from the Authorized Version, with the 
aid of other Translations, and made conformable to the 
Greek Text of J. J. Griesbach, by a Layman, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

The Four Gospels, translated from the Greek, with Preliminary 
Dissertations and Notes, Critical and Explanatory, by 
George Campbell, D.D., 4 vols. 8vo. Aberdeen, 1814 

Los Santos Evangelios y los Hechos de los Apostoles ; traducid 
de lo Vulgata por Don Felix Torres Amat. 8vo. Mad. 1823 

Romans, The Epistle of St. Paul to the ; a New Translation of, 
with a Commentary, &c. by the Rev. Moses Stuart, 
M.A. 8vo. Land. 1833 

B 2 



4 RELIGION. 

Hoa£ Romanae ; or an attempt to elucidate St. Paul's Epistle 
to the Romans, by an Original Translation, Explanatory 
Notes, and New Divisions, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 22 

A Literal Translation of all the Apostolical Epistles, with a 
Commentary and Notes by James Macknight, D.D., 6 
vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 

A Paraphrastic Translation of the Apostolical Epistles, with 
Notes by P. N. Shuttleworth, 8vo. Oxf. 1829 

L'Apocalypse avec une Explication, avec Avertissiraent aux 
Protestans sur leur pretendu Accomplissiment des Pro- 
pheties, par J. B. Bossuet, Eveque de Meaux 

CEuvres, torn, 3 



SECTION II. 
Harmonies of the Old and New Testament. 

Alexander W. L. (M.A.) The Connection and Harmony of 
the Old and New Testaments : being an Inquiry into the 
Relation, Literary and Doctrinal, in which these two 
parts of the sacred volume stand to each other, 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 

Gresswell Rev. E., Dissertations upon the Principles and Ar- 
rangements of a Harmony of the Gospels, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Oxf. 1830 

Harmonia Evangelica, sive Quatuor Evangelia Grace 

pro temporis et Rerum serie in partes quinque distributa, 
8vo. Oxon. 1830 

LiGiiTFooT John, (D.D.) Chronicle and Harmony of the Old 
Testament Works, vol. 2 

Harmony, Chronicle, and Order of the New Testa- 
ment, with a Parergon Concerning the Fall of Jerusalem, 
and the Condition of the Jews in that land after 

Works, vol. 3 



DICTIONARIES OF THE BIBLE. O 

LiGHTFooT John, (D.D.) Harmony of the Four Evangelists 

Works, vol. 4, 5 

Macknight James, Harmony of the Four Gospels, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1819 

Observations upon Dr. Macknight's Harmony of the Four 
Gospels, as far as relates to the History of Our Saviour's 
Resurrection, by Nath. Lardner, D.D. Works, vol. 10 

TowNSHEND Rev. George, The Old Testament, Arranged in 
Historical and Chronological Order, (on the basis of 
Lightfoot's Chronicle) in such manner that the Books, 
Chapters, Psalms, Prophecies, &c. may be read as one 
Connected History, in the words of the authorized trans- 
lation, with Copious Indices, 2 vols, 8vo. Lond. 1821 

■ The New Testament, Arranged in Chronological and 

Historical Order, with Copious Notes on the Principal 
Subjects in Theology, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 



SECTION III. 
Dictionaries and Concordances of the Bible. 

Calmet Rev. Father Dom. August., Dictionary of the Holy 
Bible, Historical, Critical, Geographical, and Etymolo- 
gical, translated from the French, 4th edition, revised, 
corrected, and augmented, with an extensive series of 
plates, explanatory, illustrative, and ornamental, under 
the direction of C. Taylor, 5 vols. 4to. Lond. 1823 

General Index to, 4to. Lond. 1827 

Cruden Alex,, Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old 
and New Testament; with a Life of the Author, 4to. 

Berwick, 1817 

Parkhurst John, Hebrew and Enghsh Lexicon, without points, 
in which the Hebrew and Chaldee Words of the Old 
Testament, are explained in their leading and derived 
senses ; to which is prefixed an Hebrew and Chaldee 
Grammar, 4to. Lond. 1 792 



6 RELIGION. 

Robertson Jac, Clavis Pentateuchi, ex recensione Josephi 
Kinghorn, 8vo. Norvici, 1824 

ScHLEUSNER John Fr., Novus Thesaurus, Philologico-Criticus ; 
sive Lexicon in LXX, et rehquos interpretes Grsecos, ac 
Scriptores Apocryphos Veteris Testamenti ; Post BieHum 
et ahos varios doctos, congessit et edidit John Fr. 
Schleusner, 5 torn. Svo. Lipsice, 1820. 

Novum Lexicon, Grseco Latinum in Novum Testa- 

mentum, 2 tom. in 4, 8vo. LipsicB, 1819 

Taylor John, (of Norwich) Hebrew Concordance, adapted to 
the English Bible, disposed after the Manner of Buxtorf, 
2 vols. foHo Lond. 1754 



SECTION IV. 



Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures , 
History of Translations, and State of the Text. 

Animadversions on the Unitarian Translation, or Improved 
Version of the New Testament, Lond. 1811 

Donat. Pam. 2 

Beausobre and L'Enfant, Introduction to the Reading of the 
Holy Scriptures ; translated from the French 

Watson's Tracts, vol. 3 

BossuET J. B., Instructions sur la Version du Nouveau Testa- 
ment imprimee a Trevous (Euvres, tom. 4 

Brett Rev. Dr. Thomas, Dissertation on the Ancient Versions 
of the Bible ; shewing why our English Translation dif- 
fers so much from them, and the excellent use that may 
be made of them towards attaining the true readings of 
the Holy Scriptures in doubtful places 

Wat soil's Tracts, vol. 3 

Butler Charles, Horec Biblicoe ; Miscellaneous Notes on the 
Original Text, early Versions, and printed editions of the 
Old and New Testaments Works, vol. 1 



STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES. 7 

Canterbury (Hb Grace the Archbp. of), Letters to, on the 
Expediency of Revising the Authorised Version of Scrip- 
ture Pamphleteer, vol. 13 
Carpenter L., Discourses on the Genuineness, Integrity, and 
Public Version of the New Testament, Exeter, 1809 

Donat. Pam. 160 

Henderson E., The Great Mystery of Godliness Incontroverti- 
ble, or Sir I. Newton and the Socinians Foiled in the 
Attempt to Prove a Corruption in the Text, 1 Tim. iii, 
16, Lond. 1830 Pamphlets, 5 

Horne Rev. T. H., Introduction to the Critical Study and Know- 
ledge of the Holy Scriptures, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

A Compendious Introduction to the Study of the 

Bible, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Hug's Introduction to the New Testament, translated from the 
German by David Fosdick, with Notes by M. Stuart, 
Svo. Andover ( U. S.) 1839 

HuRD Richard, (D.D.) Introduction to the Study of the Pro- 
phecies concerning the Christian Church, 2 vols. l2mo. 

Lond. 1788 

Johnson Rev. Ant., Historical Account of the several English 
Translations of the Bible, and the Opposition they met 
with from the Church of Rome Watson's Tracts, vol. 3 

Lewis John, (A.M.) History of the Several Translations of the 
Holy Bible and New Testament into English, Svo. 

Lond. 1818 

LiGHTFOOT John, (D.D.) Rules for a Student of the Holy 
Scriptures Works, vol. 2 

Madge Thomas, Three Letters to the Rev. R. Walpole on the 
Improved Version of the New Testament, Donat. Pam. 84 

Michaelis John David, Introduction to the New Testament; 
translated and considerably augmented with Notes, and 
a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the 
three first Gospels, by Bishop Marsh, 4 vols, in 6, 8vo. 

Lond. 1820 

Newton Sir Isaac, Historical Account of Two Notable Corrup- 
tions of Scripture Opera, tom. 5 

MiDDLETON*Conyers, (D.D.) Remarks upon the Proposals of 
Richard Bentley, for a New Edition of the Greek Testa- 
ment and Latin Version Works, vol. 2 



8 RELIGION. 

Nolan Rev. F., Inquiry into the Integrity of the Greek Vulgate, 
or received text of the New Testament, 8vo. Lond. 1815 

Platt Rev. T. Pell, Facts Respecting Certain Versions of Holy 
Scripture, published by the British and Foreign Bible 
Society, Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Simon R. P. R., Histoire Critique du vieux Testament, 4to. 

Amst. 1785 

Reponse au livre entitule Sentimens de quelques 

Theologiens de Hollande sur I'Histoire Critique du Vieux 
Testament par le Prieur de Bolleville, Rotterdam, 1 686 ; 
— De rinspiration du Livre Sacr6 avec une Reponse au 
livre entitule Defense des Sentimens, &c., par le Prieur 
de Bolleville, Rotterdam, 1699; — Opuscula Critica ad- 
versus Isaacum Vossium, Edinburgi, 1685; — Hieronymi 
le Camus Judicium de Isaac Vossii Responsione ad P. 
Simonii Objectiones, Edinburgi, 1685 ; — Deux Lettres 
touchant la Tradition au sujet de I'Histoire Critique du 
Vieux et du Nouveau Testament, one vol. 4to. Amst. 1692 

Histoire Critique du Texte du Nouveau Testament, 

4to. Rotterdam, 1689 

Histoire Critique des Versions du Nouveau Testament, 

4to. Rotterdam, 1690 

Histoire Critique des principaux Commentateurs du 



Nouveau Testament, depuis le Commencement du Chris- 
tianisme jusques k n6tre tems, 4to. Rotterdam, 1693 

ToMLiNE Bp., Elements of Christian Theology; containing 
Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Holy 
Scriptures ; a Summary of the History of the Jews ; a 
Brief Statement of the Contents of the Several Books of 
the Old and New Testament ; a Short Account of the 
English Translations of the Bible, and of the Liturgy of 
the Church of England, and a Scriptural Exposition of 
the XXXIX Articles of Religion, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

TuRTON Thos., (D.D.) The Text of the English Bible, con- 
sidered with reference to a Report by a Sub-Committee 
of Dissenting Ministers, Cantab. 1833 Pamphlets, 4 

Walpole R., Letter to the Rev. Mr. Madge on the Unitarian 
Version of the New Testament Donat. Pam. 167 

Waterland Rev. D. (D.D.) Letters to the Rev. Mr. Lewis on 
the English Translation of the Bible Works, vol. 10 



BIBLICAL CRITICISM, COMMENTARIES. 



SECTION V. 

Biblical Criticism, Commentaries , and Interpreta- 
tions of the Holy Scriptures. 

Barrow Isaac, (D.D.) An Exposition of the Lord's Prayer and 
the Decalogue Works, vol. 5 

Bloomfield Rev. S. T., Recensio Synoptica Annotationis Sa- 
crae, being a Critical Digest and Synoptical Arrangement 
of the most important Annotations on the New Testa- 
ment, 8 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826-8 

BocHAETi Samuelis, Opera Omnia, 3 torn, folio Lug. Bat. 1712 

BossuET J. B., Meditations sur I'Evangile (Euvres, tom. 9, 10 

Dissertatio de Psalmis (Euvres, tom. 1 

Explication de la Prophetic dTsaie, et du Psaume 

XXI (Euvres, tom. 3 

Brightwell Thos., Notes on the Pentateuch; selected from 
the Exegetical Parts of RosenmuUer's Scholia, and of 
Dathe's Notes to his Latin Version ; also from Schrank, 
Michaelis, Le Clerc, Ainsworth, Poole, and other authors, 
sm. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Butt Rev. J. M., Commentary upon the Last Vision of the 
Prophet Daniel, London, 1818 Donat. Pam. 160 

Campbell Geo. (D.D.) Dissertations on Miracles, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1812 

Clarke Sam. (D.D.) Paraphrase and Notes on the Four Evan- 
geUsts Works, vol. 3 

Commentary, (a Critical) and Paraphrase on the Old and 
New Testament and the Apocrypha, by Patrick, Lowth, 
Arnald, Whitby, and Lowman, a new Edition corrected 
by the Rev. J. R. Pitman, A.M. 6 vols. imp. 4to. 

Lond. 1822 

Dissertation on the Destruction of the Seven Nations of 
Canaan, Lond. 1793 Donat. Pam. 161 

c 



10 RELIGION. 

Faber Rev. G. S., A general and connected View of the Pro- 
phecies, relative to Judah and Israel, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1809 

Treatise on the Genius and Object of the Patriarchal, 

Levitical, and Christian Dispensations, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

A Dissertation on the Prophecies, relative to the great 

period of 1260 years, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1806 

On the Prophecy of the 70 weeks, 8vo. Lond. 1811 



Fragments, illustrating the Manners, Incidents, and Phrase- 
ology of the Holy Scriptures, principally selected from 
the most esteemed and authentic Voyages and Travels 
into the East Calmet's Diet. vols. 3, 4 

GovETT Rev. R. jun., Isaiah Unfulfilled ; being an Exposition of 
the Prophet, with New Version and Critical Notes, 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 

Grant Asahel, (M.D.) The Nestorians, or the Lost Tribes : 
containing Evidence of their Identity ; an account of 
their Manners, Customs, and Ceremonies ; with Sketches 
of Travels in Ancient Assyria, Armenia, Media, and 
Mesopotamia ; and Illustrations of Scripture Prophecy, 
8vo. Lond. 1841 

Gray Rev. R., Key to the Old Testament and Apocrypha, 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 

GuRNEY J. J., Biblical Notes and Dissertations on the Deity of 
Christ, 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Habershon Matthew, Historical Dissertation on the Prophetic 
Scriptures of the Old Testament, chiefly those of a Chro- 
nological Character; shewing their Aspect on the Present 
Times, and on the Destinies of the Jewish Nation, 12mo. 

Lond. 1840 

Hales Rev. Wm. (D.D.) A New Analysis of Chronology and 
Geography, History and Prophecy, 4 vols, 8vo. 

Lond. 1830 

Hall Bp. A Paraphrase upon the Hard Texts of the whole 
Divine Scripture Works, vols. 3, 4 

Hallett Joseph, jun.. Paraphrase and Notes on the Three Last 
Chapters of the Epistle to the Hebrews ; with an Essay 
to discover the Author of the Epistle, and the Language 



BIBLICAL CRITICISM, COMMENTARIES. 11 

in which it was originally written, 4to. Lond. 1733 

With Taylor on the Romans 

Hammond H. (D.D.) Paraphrase and Annotations upon all the 
Books of the New Testament, folio Lond. 1653 

Harmer Rev.Thos., Observations on Divers Passages of Scrip- 
ture, occasioned by Circumstances incidentally mentioned 
in Books of Voyages and Travels in the East, &c. a New 
Edition, with Additions, by Dr. A. Clarke, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1816 

Henderson Rev. E., The Book of the Prophet Isaiah, trans- 
lated from the Original Hebrew, with a Commentary, 
Critical, Philological, and Exegetical ; and an Introduc- 
tory Dissertation on the Life and Times of the Prophet, 
(fee. Svo. Lond. 1840 

HoRNE Bp,, Commentary on the Book of Psalms, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1818 

HoRSLEY Bp., Biblical Criticisms on the First Fourteen Books 
of the Old Testament, also on the First Nine Prophetical 
Books, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Jebb Rev. J., Sacred Literature; a Review and Application of 
the Principles of Composition laid down by Bp. Lowth, 
Svo. Lond. 1820 

JoRTiN Archd. Scriptural Illustrations Tracts, vol. 1 

Lardner Nath. (D.D.) History of the Apostles and Evangelists, 
Writers of the New Testament, with Remarks and Ob- 
servations upon every Book of tlie New Testament, &c. 

Watson's Tracts, vol. 2 

Observations on 2 Cor. v, 14 Works, vol. 10 

Remarks on 1 Cor. xv, 32 Works, vol. 10 

Leighton Archbp., Meditations, Practical and Critical on Psalms 
iv, xxxii, cxxx ; a Fragment on Psalm vii ; Expository 
Lectures on Psalm xxxix, Isaiah vi, and Romans xii 

Works, vol. 2 

A Practical Commentary on the First Epistle General 

of St. Peter Works, vol. 2 

Exposition of the Lord's Prayer and the Ten Com- 



mandments Works, vol. 4 

LiGHTFooT John, (D.D.) Observations on Genesis 

Works, vol. 2 
Gleanings from Exodus Works, vol. 2 



12 RELIGION. 

LiGHTFOOT John, (D.D.) Horse Hebraicsc et Talmudicse ; or 
Hebrew and Talmudical Exercitations upon the Gospels 
of St. Matthew and St. Mark Works, vol. 1 1 

Upon the Gospels of St. Luke and St. John ; upon 

some few Chapters of the Epistle to the Romans ; and 
the First Epistle to the Corinthians Works, vol. 12 

Commentary upon the Acts of the Apostles 

Works, vol. 8 
• Hebrew and Talmudical Exercitations upon the Acts 



of the Apostles Works, vol. 8 

— Meditations upon some Abstruser Points of Divinity 

and Explanations of Divers Difficult Places of Holy 
Scripture Works, vol. 5 

Erubhin ; or Miscellanies Christian and Judaical 

Works, vol. 4 

Locke John, An Essay for the Understanding of St. Paul's 
Epistles by consulting St. Paul himself Works, vol. 3 

Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles of St. Paul to 

the Romans, Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians 

Works, vol. 3 

LowTH Robt., De Sacra Poesi Hebrseorum, cum Notis Michaelis 
et Rosenmiiller, 8vo. Lips. 1815 

Bp., Isaiah; a New Translation, with a Preliminary 

Dissertation and Notes, Critical, Philological, and Ex- 
planatory, 2 vols. 8vo. Glasg. 1822 

MiciiAELis Sir John David, Commentaries on the Laws of 
Moses, translated by Alexander Smith, D.D. 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1814 

MiDDLETON Conyers, (D.D.) Reflections on the Variations, or 
Inconsistencies, which are found among the Four Evan- 
gelists in their Different Accounts of the Same Facts 

Works, vol. 2 

MiDDLETON Rev. T. F., Doctrine of the Greek Article applied to 
the Criticism and Illustration of the New Testament, 8vo. 

Lond. 1808 

Natural History of the Sacred Scriptures 

Calmet's Diet. vols. 4, 5 

Newton Bp., Dissertations on the Prophecies which have been 
remarkably fulfilled, and at this time are fulfilling in the 
World, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1817 



BIBLICAL CRITICISM, COMMENTARIES. 13 

Paxton Rev. G. Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures, 3 vols. 

8vo. Edinb. 1825 

Pon Matthaei, Synopsis Criticorum aliorumque S. Scripturoe 

Interpretum, 5 vols, folio Lond. 1669 

Roberts Jos., Oriental Illustrations of the Sacred Scriptures, 

collected from the Customs, &c. of the Hindoos, 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 
RosENMULLER Emcst F. C. Scholia in Vetus Testamentum, 11 

parts in 20 vols. 8vo. Lips. 1795-1835 



Pars 1 


Genesis et Exodus 


— 2 


Leviticus, Numeri, et Deuteronomion 


— 3 


Vol. 1, 2, 3, Jesaiae Vaticinia 


— 4 


Vol. 1, 2, 3, Psalmi 


— 5 


Jobus 


— 6 


Vol. 1, 2, Ezekiel 


— 7 


Vol. 1, 2, Hoseas — Malachias 


— 8 


Vol. 1, 2, Jeremise Vaticinia, et Threni 


— 9 


Vol. 1, Proverbia 


— 9 


Vol. 2, Ecclesiastes et Canticum 


— 10 


Daniel 


— 11 


Vol. 1, Josua 


— 11 


Vol 2, Judices et Ruth 



Rosen MuLLER Ernest F. C. Scholia in Novum Testamentum, 
5 torn. 8vo. Nor'imb. 18a3-8 

Sharp T., On the Etymology and Scripture Meaning of the 
Hebrew Words Elohim and Berith, Lond. 1751 

Donat. Pam. 95 

Smith J., Examination of the Passages contained in the Gos- 
pels, and other Books of the New Testament respecting 
the Person of Jesus, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 96 

Stanhope George, (D.D.) Paraphrase and Comment upon the 
Epistles and Gospels appointed to be used in the Church 
of England, on all Sundays and Holy-Days throughout 
the Year, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1775 

Stuart Moses, (M.A.) Commentary on the Epistle to the 
Romans, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Stnge Rev. Dr. E., St. Paul's Description of his own Religion 
opened and explained, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 155 

Taylor John, (of Norwich) Paraphrase and Notes on the 
Epistle to the Romans, 4to. Lond. 1745 



14 RELIGION. 

Taylor John, (of Norwich) Key to the Apostolic Writings ; or 

an Essay to explain the Gospel Scheme 

In Paraphrase on the Epistle to the Romans 

another copy Watson's Tracts, vol. 3 

TouLMiN J. (D.D.) The Name " Lord of Hosts," explained and 

improved, Lond. 1800 Donat. Pam. 98 

Trench Rich. Chevenix, (M.A.) Notes on the Parables of our 

Lord, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Vindication of the Authenticity of the Narratives contained in 

the First Two Chapters of the Gospels of St. Matthew 

and St. Luke, by a Layman, 8vo. Lond. 1822 



SECTION VL 



SS. Patres et Scriptores Ecclesiastici. 



AuGusTiNi S. A., Opera, castigata denuo ad MSS, codices 
Gallicanos, Vaticanos, Anglicanos, Belgicos, &c. studio 
Monachorum S. Benedicti, cum Vita Augustini, Indici- 
bus, et Appendice Augustiniana, 12 vols, folio 

Paris, 1579-1700, Antw. 1703 

Bed* Venerabilis, Opera, quotquot reperiri potuerunt, omnia, 
8 vols, in 4, folio Col. Agrip. 1619 

Chrtsostom St. John, The Golden Book of, concerning hte 
Education of Children, translated out of the Greek, by 
John Evelyn, 1659 Evelyn's Misc. Writings 

Clement of Alexandria, Some Account of the Writings and 
Opinions of, by John [Kaye] Bishop of Lincoln, 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 

EusEBii Pamphili, Evangelica Prseparatio et Demonstratio, 
Greece, folio Lut. Par. 1544-5 

Grabii Joan. Ernest, Spicilegium SS. Patrum, ut et Heeretico- 
rum, Seculi post Christum natum L IL IIL Gr. et Lat. 
2 torn. Bvo. Oxon. 1714 



PATRES ET SCBIPTORES ECCLESIASTICI. 15 

Martyr Justin, Some Account of his Writings and Opinions, 
by John, [Kaye] Bishop of Lincoln, 8vo. Camh. 1829 

Philo Judseus in Libros Mosis; — ejusd. Libri singulares, Gr. 
folio Paris, 1552 



SECTION VII. 



Manners, Customs, and Antiquities of the Jews. 



Basnage, Histoire de Juifs, 5 vols, in 6, 12mo. Rotterd. 1707 
Leo C, Remarks on the Traditions of the Rabbins, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 163 

Lewis Thos., (M.A.) Origines Hebrsese; the Antiquities of the 

Hebrew Republick, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1724-5 

LiGHTiooT John, (D.D.) The Temple Service: and the Prospect 

of the Temple as it stood in the Days of our Saviour 

Works, vol. 9 

A Chorographical Century : searching out, chiefly by 

the light of the Talmud, some more Remarkable Places 
of the Land of Israel Works, vol. 10 

Selden J., De Anno Civili Reipublicse Judaicse Dissertatio 

Opera, tom. 1 

De Jure Natural! et Gentium juxta Disciplinam 

Ebrseorum Opera, tom. 1 

De Synodriis et Prsefecturis Juridicis Veterum Ebrse- 

orum Opera, tom. 2 

De Successionibus in bona Defunctorum ad Leges 

Ebrseorum Opera, tom. 3 

De Successione in Pontificatum Ebrseorum 

Opera, tom. 3 
Uxor Ebraica seu de Nuptiis et Divortiis Veterum 



Ebrseorum Opera, tom. 3 

Spenceri Joannis, De Legibus Hebrseorum Ritualibus Libri 
quatuor, edente Leonardo Cappelow, 2 vols, folio 

Cantab. 1727 



16 RELIGION. 



SECTION VIII. 



Ecclesiastical History and Councils. 



AiGNAN M., L'Etat des Protestans en France depuis le XVI 
Si^cle jusqu'a nos Jours, Paris, 1818 Donat. Pam. 58 

Alexandrian School : or a Narrative of the First Christian 
Professors in Alexandria, Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam. 151 

Arnaud Henri, The Glorious Recovery by the Vaudois of their 
Valleys ; with a Compendious History of that People, by 
H. D. Acland, Svo. Lond. 1837 

Baillot, Dialogue entre Fran9ais I, Louis XI, Charles VII, et 
Louis XII, sur le Nouveau Concordat, Paris, 1818 

Donat, Pam. 59 

Beausobre M. de, Histoire Critique de Manichee et du Mani- 
cheisme, 2 torn. 4to. Amst. 1734-39 

Histoire de la Reformation, ou Origine et Progr^s du 

Lutheranisme depuis 1517 jusqu' en 1530, 4 torn. 8vo. 

Berlin, 1785 

BeDjE Venerabilis, Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, 
Latine et Saxonice, per Smith, folio Lond. 1722 

BEiTRaoE zur Geschichte der Katholischen Kirche in 19ten 
Jahrh, Heidelb. 1818 Donat. Pam. 65 

Bingham Jos. Origines Ecclesiasticse ; or the Antiquities of the 
Christian Church Works, vols. 1, 2 

Blanchard M. I'Abbe, Preuve Complette de la Fausse Appro- 
bation de la Controverse Pacifique, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 60 

Blunt Rev. J. J., Sketch of the Reformation in England, 
(Family Lib.) Lond. 1832 

BossuET J. B,, Reglement du S^minaire des Filles de la Pro- 
pagation de la Foi (Euvres, torn. 25 

Pieces concernant un Projet de Reunion des Pro- 
testans k TEglise Catholique (Euvres, tom. 25, 26 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY AND COUNCILS. 17 

BossuET J. B., Memoire sur la Bibliotheque des Auteurs Eccle- 
siastiques de M. Dupin (Euvres, torn. 30 

Remarques sur I'Histoire des Conciles 

(Euvres, torn. 30 

des Jugemens Ecclesiastiques (Euvres, torn. 37 

Bower Arch. The History of the Popes from the foundation of 
the See of Rome to the present time, 7 vols. 4to. 1750-66 

Brandt Gerard, The History of the Reformation in the Low 
Countries, from the beginning of the eighth Century 
down to the Famous Synod of Dort, inclusive, 4 vols, 
folio Lond. 1720-23 

Brady John, Clavis Calendaria : or a Compendious Analysis of 
the Calendar; illustrated with Ecclesiastical, Historical, 
and Classical Anecdotes, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 18] 2 

Browne J. S., Catalogue of Bishops from 1688, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 102 

Burnet Gilbert, (D.D.) History of the Reformation of the 
Church of England, 6 vols, large 8vo. Oxf. 1816 

Butler Chas., Historical Memoirs of the Enghsh, Irish, and 
Scottish Catholics, from the Reformation to the present 
time, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Historical Memoirs of the Church of France in the 

Reigns of Lewis XIV, XV, XVI, and the French Revolu- 
tion Works, vol. 5 

Campbell Geo. (D.D.) Lectures on Ecclesiastical History : 
with an Essay on Christian Temperance and Self- Denial, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1800 

Card Henry, Historical Outline of the Rise and Establishment 
of the Papal Power, Margate, 1804 Donat. Pam. 7 

Cardwell Edward, (D.D.) Documentary Annals of the Reformed 
Church of England ; being a Collection of Injunctions, 
Declarations, Orders, Articles of Inquiry, &c. from 1546 
to 1716; with Notes Historical and Explanatory, 2 vols. 
8vo. Oxf. 1839 

A History of Conferences and other Proceedings con- 
nected with the Revision of the Book of Common Prayer ; 
from the year 1558 to 1690, 8vo. Oxf. 1840 

Cave William, Apostolici, or the Lives of the Primitive Fathers 
of the three first Ages of the Christian Church, folio 

Lond. 1716 



m RELIGION. 

Chausel de Montals, Le Concordat Justifie, Paris, 1818 ' 

Donat. Pam. 59 

Clerical Guide, or Ecclesiastical Directory, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Concordat et Recueil des Bulles et Brefs du Pape Pie VII sur 
les Affaires Actuelles de I'Eglise de France, Paris, 1802 

Donat. Pam. 59 

Concordat entre le Souverain Pontife Pie VII, et le Roi de 
Bavi^re, avec les Bulles et Pieces qui y sont relatives, 
Paris, 1817 Donat. Pam. 60 

Concordats de 1801 et de 1813 Donat. Pam. 60 

Concordat. Das Koniglich Baierische Concordat mit dem 
Romischen Stuhle; erlautert, &c. Frank/ . 1818 

Donat. Pam. 175 

Concordat. Das Baierische Koncordat, &c. Zweite und Dritte 
Leiferungen, Miinschen, 1818 Donat. Pam. 4to. 2 

CoNDER Josiah, An Analytical and Comparative View of all 
Religions now extant among Mankind ; with their In- 
ternal Diversities of Creed and Pi:ofession, 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 

D'aubione J. H. Merle, History of the Great Reformation of 
the sixteenth Century, in Germany, Switzerland, &c. 
vols. 1,2, 3, 8vo. Lond. 1838—41 

Discussion Amicale sur L'Etablissement et la Doctrine de 
L'Eglise Anglicane, et en general sur la Reformation, 
2 torn. 8vo. Lond. 1817 

EusEBii Pamphili, Historia Ecclesiastica, Vita et Panegyricus 
Imperatoris Constantini, et Constantini Oratio ad Sanc- 
tos, Gr. et Lat. cum notis : curante Henrico Valesio, folio 

Moguntice, 1672 

Ecclesiastica Historia, et Vita Constantini; Eccles. Hist. 

Socratis, Theodoriti, Sozomeni, et Evagrii; Collectanea 
et Hist. Eccles. Theodori, Greece, folio Ltit. Par. 1544 

Eccl. Hist, et Vita Constantini, Eccl. Hist. Ruffini, 



Socratis, Theodoriti, Herrnii Sozomeni, Theodori, et 
Evagrii; Latine, folio Forben, Basil. 1549 

Exposition succincte de I'^tat actuel et de la Constitution 
de rUnit6 des Fr^res Evangeliques de la Confession 
d'Augsbourg, 1814 Donat. Pam. 156. 

FosBROKE T. D., British Monachism ; or. Manners and Customs 
of the Monks and Nuns of England, 4to. Lond. 1718 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY AND COUNCILS. 19 

Fox John, Acts and Monuments of matters more special and 
memorable, happening in the Church, 3 vols, folio 

Lond. 1631—41 
Fuller Thomas, Church History of Britain, until the year 
1648, folio ' Lond. 1655 

Godwin I Francisci, de Prsesuhbus Anglise Commentarius, Re- 
cognovit et continuavit Guil. Richardsonus, folio 

Cantab. 1743 
GuiLLON (I'abbe A"'^) Pepin-le-Bref et le Pape Zacharie, ou la 
Consultation, dans laquelle le premier auroit ete autorise 
par le second a s'emparer de la couronne des descendans 
de Clovis, demontree fausse, Paris, 1817 Donat. Pam. 61 
Hanbury Benjamin, Historical Memorials relating to the Inde- 
pendents, or Congregationalists ; from their rise to the 
restoration of the Monarchy, A.D. MDCLX. vols. 1, 2, 
8vo. Lond. 1839—41 

Hart Ricardi, Medulla Conciliorum Magnse Britanniae et Hiber- 
niae, ab An. Dom. 446, ad An. Dom. 1548, 8vo. 

Norvici, 1833 
Henderson Alexander, Life and Times of; giving a History of 
the second Reformation of the Church of Scotland and 
of the Covenanters during the Reign of Charles I., by the 
Rev. John Alton, 8vo. Edinb. 1836 

HiSTOiRE du Concile de Trente, ecrite en Italien par Fra Paolo 
Sarpi de I'ordre de Servites, et traduite de nouveau en 
Fran9ois avec des notes Critiques, Historiques, et Theolo- 
giques. Par Pierre Frangois Le Courayer, 2 vols, folio 

Lond. 1736 

Historical View of the Principal Religious and Mihtary Orders 

of the Roman Catholic Church Pawphleteer, vol. 5 

History of the Origin, Progress, and Effects of the Papal 

Supremacy, with Observations on the Alterations made 

in it by Buonaparte, Dublin 1810 Donat. Pam. 22 

Hutteau M. I'aine, Des Concordats de 1517, entre Fran9ois 

I et Leon X, et de 1817, entre S. M. Louis XVIII, et 

S. S. Pie VII. Paris 1817 Donat. Pam. 59 

Jervis Sir J. J. W., Brief Statement of the Rise, Progress, and 

Decline of the Ancient Christian Church, and its gradual 

change to the Papal Apostacy, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 24 



20 RELIGION. 

Jesuits, A Brief account of Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Jesuits, The Bulls of Popes Clement XIV and Pius VII for the 
Suppression and Re-establishment of the Order of 

Donat. Pam. 6 

JoRTiN Dr. J., Remarks on Ecclesiastical History, 5 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1751-73 

JuGEMENT de I'Eglise Catholique contre les nouveaux schisma- 
tiques de France, Paris 1821 Donat. Pam. 59 

[Kaye] John, (Bp. of Bristol,) The Ecclesiastical History of the 
second and third Centuries, illustrated from the writing 
of Tertullian, Svo. Camb. 1826 

Lardner Nathaniel, (D.D.) History of the Heretics of the two 
first Centuries after Christ ; containing an account of 
their time, opinions, and testimony to the Books of the 
New Testament Works, vol. 9 

La Salle J. Henri, Sur le Concordat de 1817, Paris, 1817 

Donat. Pam. 59 

La VikRirt: de I'histoire Ecclesiastique retablie par des monu- 
mens Authentiques, Paris, 1814 Donat. Pam. 61 

Le Neve John, Fasti Ecclesise Anglicanse ; or an Essay towards 
deducing a Regular Succession of all the principal digni- 
taries in each Cathedral, Collegiate Church or Chapel, in 
England and Wales, folio Lond. 1716 

Lenfant J., History of the Council of Constance, translated by 
S. Whatley, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1730 

Letters from Rome, Lond. 1794 Donat. Pam. 26 

Liber Ecclesiasticus. An Authentic Statement of the Revenues 
of the Established Church, compiled from the Report of 
the Commissioners appointed to enquire into the Revenues 
and Patronage of "the Established Church in England and 
Wales, Svo. Lond. 1835 

Lightfoot John, (D.D.) Fragmenta qusedam Historise Uomanse 
et Christianee Works, vol. 8 

Journal of the Proceedings of the Assembly of Di- 
vines, convened for the Work of Reformation in the 
Church, by the authority of Parliament, from Jan. 1, 
1643 to Dec. 31, 1644 Works, vol. 13 

M'Crie Thomas, (D. D.) History of the Progress and Suppres- 
sion of the Reformation in Italy in the sixteenth Century, 
8vo. Edinh. 1827 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY AND COUNCILS. 21 

M'Crie Thomas, (D.D.) History of the Progress and Suppres- 
sion of the Reformation in Spain in the sixteenth Century, 
8vo. Edinb. 1829 

Martin M. de Gray, Sur le Concordat, Paris, 1818 

Donat. Pam. 1818 

MiLMA>f Rev. H. H., History of Christianity from the birth of 
Christ to the Abohtion of Paganism in the Roman 
Empire, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

MiLNER Rev.Jos.,History of the Church of Christ; with additions, 
&c. by Rev. Isaac Milner, D.D. 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

Miraculous (The) Host tortured by the Jew, under the Reign 
of Philip the Fair in 1290, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 36 

Montagu Richard, (Bp. of Norwich,) The Acts and Monuments 
of the Church, before Christ Incarnate, small folio 

L(md. 1642 

MosHEiM John L., (D.D.) Commentaries on the Affairs of the 
Christians before the time of Constantine the Great ; or, 
an enlarged View of the Ecclesiastical History of the first 
three Centuries ; translated from the Latin, by Robert 
S. Vidal, Esq. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. \%\3 

Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, from 

the birth of Christ to the beginning of the eighteenth 
Century; translated from the Latin by Arch. Maclaine, 
D.D. and continued to the end of the eighteenth Cen- 
tury, by Chas. Coote, D.D. 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1811 

Neal D., History of the Puritans, by Dr. Toulmin, 5 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 

Neander Dr. Augustus, History of the Christian Religion and 
Church during the three first Centuries ; translated from 
the German, by Henry John Rose, B.D. 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1831-41 

Observations on Dr. Dromgoole's Speech, delivered in the 
Catholic Board, Dec. 8th, 1813, Dublin 1814 

Donat. Pam. 38 

Peyran J. R., Historical Defence of the Waldenses, or Vaudois, 
with an Introduction by Rev. T. Sims, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Pi I Papj; VII. AUocutio habita in Concistorio secreto die 24 
Maii, 1802, Romce, 1802 Donat. Pam. 60 

Allocution Prononcee dans le Consistoire secret du 24 

Maii, 1802, Rome, 1802 Donat. Pam. 60 



22 RELIGION. 

PREMii;RE Lettre a I'auteur des Memoires pour servir a I'Histoire 
Ecclesiastique pendant le dix-huiti^me si^cle, Paris 1815 

Donat. Pam. 61 
Priestley Joseph (LL.D.), History of the Corruptions of Chris- 
tianity, 2 vols. 8vo. Birm, 1793 
Racine J., Abrege de I'histoire de Port-Royal (Euvres, torn. 4 
Ranke Leopold, The Ecclesiastical and Political History of the 
Popes of Rome during the sixteenth and seventeenth 
Centuries, translated from the German by Sarah Austin, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 
Reid James S., (D.D.) History of the Presbyterian Church in 
Ireland ; comprising the Civil History of the Province of 
Ulster, from the Accession of James I, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1834-7 
Review of the Covenant, Lond. 1644 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Robertson Wm., Rise of the Reformation, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 48 

Robinson Robt. Ecclesiastical Researches, 4to. Camb. 1792 

Russell Rev. M., History of the Church in Scotland, 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1834 

Scott Rev John, Continuation of Milner's History of the 

Church of Christ, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826-31 

Seckendorf Ludov., Comraentarius Historicus et Apologeticus 

de Lutheranismo, folio Lips. 1694 

Selden J., In Eutychii Origines Commentarius Opera, torn. 3 

Notae et Spicilegium ad Eadmerum Opera, torn. 4 

Sewell Wm., History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the 
Christian People called Quakers, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 
Short Thos. V,, Sketch of the History of the Church of 
England to the Revolution, 1688, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Oxford, 1822 

SiMfeoN (le C®") Rapport fait au nom d'une Commission 

Speciale, sur le projet de loi relatif au Concordat, a 

868 Articles Organiques, et k ceux des cultes Protestans 

Donat. Pam. 60 

SisMONDi J. C. L. de. Review of the Progress of Religious 

Opinions, Lond. 1826 Pamphlets, 3 

Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and Completion of the glorious 

and ever memorable Reformation, Bristol, 1812 

Donat. Pam. 50 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY AND COUNCILS. 23 

Sleidan John, The General History of the Reformation of the 
Church, from the Errors and Corruptions of the Church 
of Rome, from. 15 17 to 1556. With a Continuation to 
the end of the Council of Trent in 1562, by Edmund 
Bohun, Esq., folio Lond. 1699 

Smedley Rev. E. History of the Reformed Religion in France, 
3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1832-4 

SoAMES Henry, History of the Reformation of the Church of 
England, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826-8 

The Anglo-Saxon Church ; its History, Revenues, and 

General Character, 8vo. Lond. 1835 

SocRATis Scholastici et Hermiae Sozomeni Historia Ecclesiasti- 
ca, Gr. et Lat. cum Annotationibus : curante Henrico 
Valesio, folio Mogun. 1677 

Spanheim Fred., Ecclesiastical Annals from the commencement 
of Scripture History to the Epoch of the Reformation ; 
translated, with Notes, by Rev. Geo. Wright, 8vo. 

Camh. 1829 

Stebbing Rev. H., History of the Christian Church, 2 vols. 
{Lardner's Cyclo.) Lond. 1833-4 

History of the Reformation, 2 vols. (Lardners 

Cyclo.) Lond. 1836 

Strype John, Annals of the Reformation, and Establishment of 
Rehgion during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, 4 vols, in 
7, 8vo. Oxford, 1824 

Ecclesiastical Memorials, relating chiefly to Religion, 

and the Reformation of it, 3 vols, in 6, 8vo. 

Oxford, 1822 
Memorials of Archbishop Cranmer, wherein the 



History of the Church, and the Reformation of it, during 
his Primacy are greatly illustrated, 2 vols, royal 8vo. 

Oxford, 1812 

Theodoriti et Evagrii Historia Ecclesiastica : item Excerpta ex 
Historia Ecclesiastica Philostorgii et Theodori Lectoris, 
Gr. et Lat. curante Henrico Valesio, folio 

Mogun. 1679 

Ueber die Freyheiten der Gallicanischen und Deutschen Kirche 
und iiber die pabstlichen Breven, gegen den Freyherrn, 
v. Wessenberg, coadjutor und General Vikar zu Constanz 
Heidelb. 1817 Donat. Pam. 65 



24 RELIGION. 

Valdenses, in Piemont, and other Countries, Authentic Details 
of the, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Vinson (I'abbe) Le Concordat expHqne ay Roi suivant la doctrine 
de r^glise et les Reclamations Canoniques des Ev^ques 
legitimes de France, Paris, 1816 Donat Pam. 60 

VoisiNs Gilbert de, Nouvelles Pieces pour servir de Comple- 
ment a la procedure contre les Jesuites, Paris 1814 

Donat. Pam. 64 

Waddingxon Rev. Geo., History of the Church, from the earliest 
ages to the Reformation, Lond. 1833 Lib. Useful Know. 

Wharton Henry, Anglia Sacra, sive CoUectio Historiarum, par- 
tim antiquitus, partim recenter Scriptarum, de Archiep. 
et Episcopis Angliae ad Ann. 1540, 2 vols, folio 1691 



SECTION IX. 

Church Government, Rites and Ceremonies^ 
Liturgies, Toleration. 

Address to Protestant Dissenters, commending the practice of 
sitting while singing the Praises of God in Public 
Worship, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 158 

Alarm (An) to the Reformed Church of Christ, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 2 

Appeal of the Episcopal Clergy in Scotland to the Lords in 
Parliament, Lond. 1718 Donat. Pam. 66 

Appeal to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishops, the Clergy, and 
the Public : on the Present mode of Education of those 
designed for Holy Orders, Lond. 1798 Donat. Pam. QQ 

Atkins Rev. H., Observations on the Repeal of the Trinity Doc- 
trine Bill, Lond. 1814 Donat. Pam. 2 

Avis Important sur les nouveaux ecrits des Modernes Ultramon- 
tains, et des apologistes d'une Society renaissante, Paris, 
1818 Donat. Pam. 59 



CHURCH GOVERNMENT, ETC. 25 

Barrow Isaac, (D.D.) Sermons on the Apostles' Creed 

Works, vols. 4, 5 

A short Explanation of the remaining Articles of the 

Creed Works, vol. 5 

■ An Exposition on the Creed Works, vol. 5 

On the Doctrine of the Sacraments Works, vol. 5 

Treatise of the Pope's Supremacy ; to which is added 



a Discourse concerning the Unity of the Church 

Works, vol. 6 

Battely John, The Original Institution of the Sabbath, and the 
Observation due to it considered, Lond. 1726 

Donat. Pam. 66 

Berkeley Bishop, A Proposal for the better supplying of 
Churches in our Foreign Plantations Works, vol. 3 

Bernard Thomas, Extract from an account of the Free Chapel 
for the Poor at Brighthelmston Donat. Pam. 4 

Beverly R. M,, Letter to the Archbishop of York on the 
present corrupt state of the Church of England, Beverly, 
1821 Pamphlets, 4: 

Bingham Joseph, (M. A.) A Scholastical History of the 
practice of the church in reference to the Administration 
of Baptism by Laymen Works, vol. 2 

; — Dissertation upon the eighth canon of the Council of 

Nice Works, vol. 2 

[Blackburn Rev. Francis,] The Confessional ; or a full and 
free Inquiry into the Right, Utility, Edification, and 
Success of establishing Systematical Confessions of Faith 
and Doctrine in Protestant Churches, 8vo. Lond. 1770 

Bossu^T J. B., Catechisme du Diocese de Meaux (Euvres, tom. 6 

Prieres Ecclesiastiques (Euvres, tom. 6 

Statuts et Ordonnances Synodales (Euvres, tom. 7 

Pieces concernant Tetat de I'abbaye de Jouarre 

(Euvres, tom. 7 

Cleri Gallicani de Ecclesiastica Potestate declaratio 

(Euvres, tom. 7 

Decretum de Morali Disciplina (Euvres, tom. 7 

Censura et declaratio Conventus generalis Cleri Galli- 
cani (Euvres, tom. 7 

Memoires au sujet de I'impression des Ouvrages de 

doctrine Composes par les Ev^ques (Euvres, tom. 7 

E 



26 RELIGION. 

Bossvfer J. B., Elevations a Dieu sur les Mystferes 

(Euvres, torn. 8 

■ Gallia Orthodoxa Defensio Declarationis Cleri Galli- 

cani ; et Memoire centre le livre intitule de Romani Ponti~ 
ficis auctoritate (Euvres, torn. 31, 32, 33 

British Statesman's Anti-Vetoistical Catechism, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 5 

Browne J. D., An Historical Inquiry into the Ancient Ecclesias- 
tical Jurisdiction of the Crown, Lond. 1816 

Donat. Pam. 5 

Buckle Wm., Catechism compiled from the Book of Common 
Prayer, Zonrf. 1807 Donat. Pam. 151 

Burnet Bishop, Exposition of the XXXIX Articles of the 
Church of England, 8vo. Oxford, 1819 

Burton Rev. Edward, Sequel to Remarks upon Church Reform, 
with Observations upon the plan proposed by Lord 
Henley, Lond. 1832 Pamphlets, 5 

Butler Charles, Account of the Formularies, Confessions of 
Faith, or Symbolic Books of the Roman Catholic, 
Greek, and principal Protestant Churches Works, vol. 4 

Chalmers Thos., (D.D.) Speech before the Synod of Glasgow 
and Ayr, on the subject of Pluralities Glasgow, 1823 

Speeches and .Tracts 

Christian's Common Prayer Book, or Universal Liturgy, Lond. 
1761 Donat. Pam. 7 1 

Church of England, on the Interests of the, Pamphleteer, vol. 19 

Clark Wm., Thoughts on the Commutation or Abolition of 
Tithes, Bath, 1815 Donat. Pam. 8 

Clarke Samuel, (D.D.) Exposition of the Church Catechism 

Works, vol. 3 

Clinch J. B., An Inquiry, Legal and Political, into the con- 
sequences of giving to his Majesty, a negative upon 
the appointment of Irish Catholic Bishops and Priests, 
Dublin, 1808 Donat. Pam. 9 

Vindication of the most Rev. John Thomas Troy, D.D. 

against the charges in a Letter to the Right Hon. William 
Wickham, Dublin, 1804 Donat. Pam. 9 

Coker John, Reflections on the late Election of a Chancellor 
of the University of Oxford, Oxford, 1810 

Donat. Pam. 9 



CHURCH GOVERNMENT, ETC. . 2/ 

CoPLESTONR Edward, Letter to John Coker, Esq. on his Reflec- 
tions on the late Election of a Chancellor of the University 
of Oxford, Oxford, 1810 Donat. Pam. 28 

CoxE Rev. W. Letter to John Eenett, Esq. of Pyt-House, 
Wilts., on his Essay relative to the Commutation of Tithes 
Salisbury, 1815 Donat. Pam. 11 

Creed of Pope Pius IV Donat. Pam, AS 

Croly Rev. David O., An Essay, Religious and Political, on 
Ecclesiastical Finance, as regards the Roman Catholic 
Church in Ireland, Cork, 1834 Donat. Pam. 168 

CuDwoRTH Ralph, (D.D.) On the True Notion of the Lord's 
Supper With his Intellectual System 

Curate's Appeal to the Equity and Christian Principles of the 
British Legislature, the Bishops, the Clergy, and the 
Public, examined Pamphleteer, yo\, 17 

Daily Bread, A Prayer for Knowledge, Gratitude, and Principle, 
Land. 1833 Donat. Pam. 105 

Der Kirchen und Staatsfreund an alle gute Deutche Christen, 
Jena, 1818 Donat. Pam. 65 

Dialogue entre Pierre et Thomas, sur la Puissance exercee par 
Pie VII, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 60 

Die Europaischen Staats-und Kirchengrundsatze in dem Geiste, 
unsrer Zeit dargestellt, Mainz, 1818 Donat. Pam. 157 

Discourse concerning the Churches Authority in Matters of 
Faith, Lond. 1687 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Discourse proving the Divine Institution of Water-baptism 

Donat. Pam. 4to, 3 

Dudley Sir H. B., Address to the Most Rev. and Hon. William 
Lord Primate of all Ireland ; recommendatory of some 
Commutation, or Modification of the Tythes of that 
Country Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Du Pape et des Jesuites, Paris, 1814 Donat. Pam. 63 

Ecclesiastical Supremacy of the Crown, proved to be the 
Common Law of England, Lond. 1814 Donat. Pam. 15 

Edmeads Rev. W., National EstabUshment, National Security 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

EisDELL Thos., The First Principles of Christian Baptism deduced 
from the New Testament, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 15 

Enquiry into the History of Tithe, its Influence upon the Agri- 
culture, Population, and Morals of Ireland, Dublin, 1808 

Donat. Pam. 16 



28 RELIGION. 

Episcopacy considered, -with reference to the Modern Popular 
Societies Pamphleteer, \o\. 16 

Essay towards a Comprehension ; or, a Persuasive to Unity 
amongst Protestants, Lond. 1701 Donat. Pam. 162 

Essay towards a Proposal for Catholic Communion, Lond. 1704, 
rep. 1812 Donat. Pam. 152 

Eustace Rev. John Chetwode, Answer to the Charge delivered 
by the Lord Bishop of Lincoln to the Clergy of that 
Diocese Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Falconer T., Plan for building twenty-five Churches or Chapels 

Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Fenelon F. de la Mothe, Letters sur I'autorite de I'Eglise 

CEuvres Spirituelles, torn. 2 

FiNGALiAN A., Answer to Lord Grenville's Letter to the Earl 
of Fingal, on the Subject of the Veto, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 17 

Fleury M. I'abbe, Corrections et additions pour les nouveaux 
opuscules de Donat. Pam. 156 

Flower Richard, Abolition of Tithe recommended, in an Ad- 
dress to the Agriculturists of Great Britain, Harlow, 1809 

Donat. Pam. 17 

Freimuthige Beleuchtung, &c. uber Katholisch-Kirchliche 
Angelegenheiten, Hadamar, 1818 Donat. Pam. 157 

Fry J. S. Concise History of Tithes, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam.ll 

Gandolphy Rev. Peter, Congratulatory Letter to the Rev. 
Herbert Marsh, D.D. on his judicious inquiry into the 
consequences of neglecting to give the Prayer Book with 
the Bible, Zo?id. 1812 Donat. Pam. 18 

Another Copy Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Second Letter to the Rev. Herbert Marsh 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Letter to a Noble Lord, one of his Majesty's Ministers, 

relative to Sir J. C. Hippisley's late conduct at Rome, 
Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 18 

Vetoism Illustrated to future generations, Lond. 1819 

Donat. Pam. 18 

Gladstone W. E., Church Principles considered in their Results, 
8vo. Lond. 1840 

Greenwood F. W. P., Essay on the Lord's Supper, rep. Liver- 
pool, 1824 Bonat. Pam. 162 



CHURCH GOVERNMENT, ETC. 29 

Halhed N. B., (M.P.) Testimony of the Authenticity of the 
Prophecies of Richard Brothers and of his Mission to 
Recall the Jews, Lond. 1795 Donat. Pam. 78 

Harmer Rev. Thomas, Declarations on Baptism, Miscel. Works 

Henley Lord, A Plan of Church Reform, Lond. 1832 

Pamphlets, 5 

High Church Claims Exposed, and the Protestant Dissenters and 
Methodists Vindicated, Harlow, 1808 Donat. Pam. 21 

Historical and Rational Inquiry into the Necessity of an 
uninterrupted succession of Diocesan Bishops, as neces- 
sary to the conveyance of the Ministerial Office, and the 
Validity of Ordinances in the Church, Lond. 1719 

Donat. Pam. 22 

Hone Wm., On Ancient Mysteries and Ecclesiastical shows, 8vo. 
• Lond. 1823 

Hooker Richard, Ecclesiastical Politic, and other W^orks, folio 

• Lond. N. D. 

Howard P., Address to the Right Rev. the Archbishops and 
Bishops of England and Ireland, Lond. 1801 

Donat. Pam. 81 

Hull William, Ecclesiastical Establishments not inconsistent 
with Christianity, Lond. 1 834 Pamphlets, 5 

Innes John Boutet, Ecclesiastical Establishments Indefensible ; a 
Reply to the above, Lond. 1834 Pamphlets, 6 

James Major, Necessity for Universal Toleration, exemplified in 
the Speeches on the Catholic Question in 1805 and 
1808, by Mr. H. Grattan, M. P., Lord Hutchinson, the 
Earl of Moira, the Bishop of Norwich ; and in the 
Sentiments of Sir J. C. Hippesley, Bart. M.P., Lond. 
1808 Donat. Pam. 24 

Jewell Right Rev. John, An Apology for the Church of 
England ; translated by Rev. S. Isaacson, 8vo 

Lond. 1829 

Jones Rev. T., Letter to the Rev. J. L. Martyn, on Ecclesiasti- 
cal Liberality, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 82 

JoRTiN John, (D.D.) Strictures on the Articles, Subscriptions, 
Tests, &c. Tracts, vol. 1 

Kennett Rev. B. C, A few Hints suggested for the Abolition of 
Tithes, and the general good of the Church Establish- 
ment, Bath, 1816 Donat. Pam. 25 



30 RELIGION. 

Laity's (The) Directory to the Church Service, for 1814 

Donat. Pam. 153 

Landaff Richard late Bp. of, Letter to His Grace the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Lectures on the Liturgy of the Church of England, arranged 
and shghtly abridged from the Commentary by Peter 
Waldo, Esq. by Edward Berens, 12rao. Oxford, 1821 

Le Grice Rev. C, The Case of Donat. Pam. 70 

Letter from a Gentleman in Scotland to his friend in London, 
Land. ]7 12 Donat. Pam. 83 

Letter to F. Plowden, Esq., on his work entitled Jura 
Anglorum Donat. Pam. 30 

Letter to Sir John Nicholl, on his late Decision in the 
Ecclesiastical Court, against a Clergyman, for Refusing 
to Bury the Child of a Dissenter, Lon<^ 1810 

Donat. Pam. 27 

Letter to the Lord Bishop of London, after a perusal of the 
Charge delivered at his Lordship's Primary Visitation, in 
1810, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 28 

Letters on the Royal Veto, by Fidelis, Waterford, 1809 

Donat. Pam. 27 

Letters (Six) on Dr. Milner's Explanation, relating to the 
Proposal made in Parliament for admitting the King's 
Veto in the Election of Roman Catholic Bishops, Lond. 
1809 Donat. Pam. 27 

Lettre de plusieurs Ev^ques de France au Pape Pie Six, et 
Rfeponse du Soverain Pontife, Lond. 1799 

Donat. Pam. 62 

Lightfoot John, (D.D.) An Exposition of Three Articles of the 
Apostles* Creed Works, vol. 6 

Locke John, Letters concerning Toleration, Works, vol. 2 and 3 

M'Cartiiy F., The Veto Discussed upon its true Principles, 
* Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 31 

Mandates of the Roman Catholic Bishops, with tlie Devotions 
to be sung or said in all the Roman Catholic Chapels, for 
Pope Pius VI, and King George III, Lond. 1798 

Donat. Pam. 153 

Mant R., Guide to the understanding of the Church Catechism, 
Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 153 

Marriage and Divorce Pamphleteer, vol. 17, 18 



CHURCH GOVERNMENT, ETC. 31 

i 

Marsh Dr. H., Address to the University 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Inquiry into the Consequences of neglecting to give 

the Prayer Book with the Bible Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Melancthon, Letter to Dr. Troy, on the Coronation of 
Bonaparte by Pope Pius the Seventh, Dublin, 1805 

Donat. Pam. 32 

MiLNER Rev. J., The Divine Right of Episcopacy addressed to 
the Laity of England, Lond. 1791 Donat. Pam. 34 

Milton John, Considerations touching the likeliest means to 
remove Hirelings out of the Church Prose Works, vol. 2 

• Four Tracts concerning Divorce Prose Works, vol 1 

Five Tracts on Church Government; viz.; — 1. Ani- 
madversions upon the Remonstrants' Defence against 
Smectymnuus; — 2. An Apology for Smectymnuus; — 
3. The Reason of Church Government urged against 
Prelaty ; — 4. Of Prelatical Episcopacy, and whether it 
may be deduced from Apostolic Times, &c. ; — 5. Of 
Reformation touching Church Discipline in England, and 
the causes that hitherto have hindered it 

Prose Works, vol. 1 

Moore John, Case respecting the Maintenance of the London 
Clergy, Lond 1802 Donat. Pam. 36 

MoRRES H. M., Thoughts on the Veto, Dublin, 1810 

Donat. Pam. 36 

MuzARELLi A., Treatise on the Supremacy of St. Peter, &c. 
translated by Rev. J. Cunningham, Dublin, 1817 

Donat. Pam. 36 

NiERSis S. Clajensis, (Armeniorum Patriarcha,) Preces : viginti- 
quatuor linguis editse, 12rao. Venetiis, 1823 

NuPTiJE Sacrse ; or an Inquiry into the Scriptural Doctrine of 
Marriage and Divorce, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 37 

Nye p., Lawfulness of the Oath of Supremacy, and Power of 
the King in Ecclesiastical Affairs, Lond. 1683 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 4 

Observations on the Speech of Sir William Scott, and other 
matters relating to the Church, Lond. 1803 

Donat. Pam. 37 

O'CoNOR Rev. C, Letter on the Present mode of appointing 
Catholic Bishops, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 39 



32 RELIGION. 

O'CoNOR Rev. C, Third Letter on the Liberties of the Irish 
Church, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 39 

Fourth Letter on the Liberties of the Irish Church, 

Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 39 

Correspondence with the Most Rev. Dr. Troy ; with 

Observations on the Claim of unlimited Episcopal Juris- 
diction, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 39 

Correspondence with the Right Rev. Dr. Poynter, on 

Foreign-Influencing Maxims, with Observations on the 
Canonical and Legal Securities against such Maxims, 
Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 40 

The Gallican Liberties Indispensable Securities for 



Constitutional Government of the Irish Catholic Church, 
Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 40 

Origin and Progress of the Veto Donat. Pam. 40 

Palmer Rev. Wm., Origines Liturgicse ; or, AYitiquities of the 
English Ritual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies, 
2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1832 

Parish Registers and the Marriage of Non-conformists, &c. 
Observations on Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Pastoral Advice to Young Persons before Confirmation, Shrews- 
bury, 1798 Donat. Pam. 154 

Pearson Bp., Exposition of the Creed, folio Lond. 1692 

Piiipps J., Dissertations on the Nature and Effect of Christian 
Baptism, &c. Lond. 1781 Donat. Pam. 90 

PiCART Bernard, Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the 
various Nations of the known world ; together with His- 
torical Annotations, &:c. 6 vols, folio Lond. 1733-37 

Vol. 1 Jews. Roman Catholics 

— 2 Roman Catholics 

— 3 Americans. East Indians 

— 4 Banians. Chinese. Persians. Africans 

— 5 Greeks. Protestants 

— 6 Part ] , Church of England. Presbyterians. Independents. 

Anabaptists. Quakers, &c. 

— 6 Part 2, Mahometans 

PoRTALis le C«"- Discours dans la seance du corps l^gislatif du 
15 Germinal an 10, sur Torganisation des cultes, Paris, 
an. 10. C ; Donat. Pam. 60 

PoRTEus Bp., Letter to the Clergy of London on the Neglect of 
Kneeling at Church where the Liturgy directs it Tracts 



CHURCH GOVERNMENT, ETC. 33 

PoYNTER Rev. Dr., On the Jurisdiction of Bishops, and the 
difference between a Bishop and a Priest, Lond. 1811 

Donat. Pam. 44 

Preaching as Anciently Used Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Preservative against the Principles and Practices of the Non- 
jurors both in Church and State, Lond. 1717 

Donat. Pam. 80 

Prideaux Humphrey, (D.D.) Letter to a Friend on the Convo- 
cation of 1689, recommending a Revision of the Liturgy; 
and a Discourse on the Ecclesiastical Commission of the 
same year, as the best mode of preparing for a Revision, 
by Thomas Tenison, D.D. ; with an Appendix, containing 
a Plurality Bill, by Dr. Prideaux; and a Preface and 
Notes by the Rev. C. N. Wodehouse, 8vo. 

Norwich, 1834 

Remarks on the Christian Common Prayer Book, Lond. 1762 

Donat. Pam. 93 

Report of the Committee of the Lower House of Convocation, 
appointed to draw up a Representation to be laid before 
the Archbishop and Bishops of the province of Canter- 
bury ; on the Bishop of Bangor's Preservative, and his 
Sermon preached March 31, 1717, Lond. 1717 

Donat. Pam. 92 

Roberts Rev. L., Reply to Melancthon's Letter to Dr. Troy, 
Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 48 

Royal Veto upon nomination to the Roman Cathohc Prelacy 
of Ireland considered, in a Reply to the Right Rev. Dr. 
Milner's Letter to a Parish Priest, Dublin, 1809 

Donat. Pam. 49 and 155 

Ryan Rev. E., Strictures on Dr. Milner's Tour, and on 
Mr. Clinch's Inquiry, Dublin, 1809 Donat. Pam. 49 

Scottish Toleration truly stated in a Letter to a Peer, Lond. 
1712 Donat. Pam. 95 

Secker Archbishop, Lectures on the Catechism of the Church 
of England, with a Discourse on Confirmation, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1769 

Selden J., History of Tithes Opera, tom. 6 

Sheppard Edward, (D.D.) Letter to the Rev. Archdeacon 
Daubeny, on his charge to the Clergy of Wilts, in 1805, 
Bath, 1805 Donat. Pam. 50 



34 RELIGION. 

Smith Rev. Sydney, Letters to Archdeacon Singleton 

Works, vol. 3 
Spaux Franz von, Ueber die grundverhaltnisse des Staates zur 

Kirche, und zu der Romischen Curie, Miinchen, 1818 

Donat. Pam. 175 
Spelman Sir Henry, De Sepultura Works 

Treatise concerning Tithes Works 

Stoddart Rev. Geo. H., Evidence of the Necessity of Church 

Reform, Lond. 1833 Donat. Pam. 105 

Stratton Thomas, The Book of the Priesthood, 8vo. 

Lond. 1830 
Tadman L., To the Editor of the British Review, in answer to 

his Remarks on the Pamphlet of the Rev. W. Edmeads, 

on commuting the Tithes Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Tagart Rev. E., Service at the Settlement of, as Minister of 

the Octagon Chapel, Norwich, Aug. 10, 1825 

Bonat. Pam. 98 
Taylor Jeremy, (D.D.) Of the Sacred Order and Offices of 

Episcopacy, by Divine Institution, Apostolical Tradition, 

and Catholic Practice Works, vol. 7 
An Apology for authorized and set Forms of Liturgy, 

against the Pretence of the Spirit Works, vol. 7 
A Discourse on the Liberty of Prophesying, with its 

just limits and temper Works, vol. 7, 8 

Discourse of Confirmation Works, vol. 1 1 

A Discourse of the Divine Institution, Necessity, 

Sacredness, and Separation of the office Ministerial 

Works, vol. 14 

Rules and Advices to the Clergy of the Diocese of 

Down and Connor, for their deportment in their per- 
sonal and public capacities Works, vol. 14 

The Golden Grove ; or a Manual of Daily Prayers 

Works, vol. 15 

The Psalter of David ; with Titles and Collects 

according to the matter of each Psalm Works, vol. 15 

A Collection of Offices, or Forms of Prayer 

Works, vol. 15 

Tlie Worthy Communicant, or a Discourse of the 

Nature, Effects, and Blessings, consequent to the worthy 
receiving of the Lord's Supper Works, vol. 15 



CHURCH GOVERNMENT, ETC. 35 

Taylor John, Defence of the Common Rights of Christians, 

Lond. 1738 Donat. Pam. 98 

Taylor P., Catechism for Young Persons, Dublin, 1789 

Donat. Pam. 167 
Thomas Rev. J., Strictures on Subjects chiefly relating to the 

Established Rehgion and the Clergy, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 53 
Treatise on the Government of the Church, Dublin, 1811 

Donat. Pam. 155 
Tremlett Rev. J., Prayers for the Use of Christian Families, 

Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 89 

Trotter J. B., Thoughts on the New Era and Veto in Ireland, 

Dublin, 1812 Donat. Pam. 55 

Vansittart N., Letter to the Rev. Dr. Marsh, occasioned by 

his Address to the Senate of the University of Cambridge, 

Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 28 

Voltaire, Traite sur la Tolerance CEuvres, torn. 6. part 1 

Waterland Rev. D., (D.D.) A Critical History of the Athana- 

sian Creed Works, vol. 4 
Remarks upon Dr. Clarke's Exposition of the Church 

Catechism Works, vol. 5 
The Nature, Obligation, and Efficacy of the Christian 

Sacraments considered Works, vol. 5 
A Review of the Doctrine of the Eucharist, as laid 

down in Scripture and Antiquity Works, vol. 7 
An Enquiry concerning the Antiquity of the Practice 

of Infant Communion Works, vol. 9 

Letters on Lay-baptism Works, yo\. 10 



Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Discourse on Instruction by Catechism; 
with sundry Catechisms Works, vol. 3 

' Essays on Civil Power in things Sacred ; or an Inquiry 

after an Established Religion, consistent with the just 
Liberties of Mankind, and practicable under every form 
of Civil Government Works, vol. 6 

Short Essay towards the Improvement of Psalmody 

Works, vol. 4 
Whitehead Rev. W. B., Prosecutions of Infidel Blasphemers 
briefly Vindicated in a Letter to D. Ricardo, Esq. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 22 
Willis Rev. J., Prize Essay oii the Commutation of Tithes 

Pamphleteer, vol. 8 



36 BKLIGION. 

Wix S., Reflections concerning the Expediency of a Council of 
the Church of England and the Church of Rome being 
holden, with a view to accommodate Rehgious Differ- 
ences, &c. Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 56 

• Plain Reasons why Political Power should not be 

granted to Papists, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 56 

WoDEiiousE Rev. C. N., A Petition to the House of Lords for 
Ecclesiastical Improvements, with Explanations, Lond. 
1832 Pamphlets, 5 

Wylde Rev. Mr., Letter to the Clergy of Somersetshire, on 
the Means of preventing Undue Marriages 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Wyvill Rev. C, Intolerance the Disgrace of Christians, Lond. 
1809 Donat. Pam. 101 



SECTION X. 

Sermons, Charges, S^c. 

Address of the Roman Catholic Prelates to the Clergy and 

Laity of the Roman Catholic Churches in Ireland, Lond. 

1810 Donat. Pam. 151 

Address (Pastoral) of the Roman Catholic Archbishops and 

Bishops to the Clergy and Laity of their Communion 

throughout Ireland, Lond. 1826 Donat. Pam. 89 

Alexander John, The Preacher from the Press. Sermons 

to explain and to recommend the gospel of Jesus 

Christ, 2 vols. 18mo. Norwich, 1836 
A Funeral Sermon for the Rev. J. Kinghorn, preached 

Sept. 9th, 1832, Norwich, 1832 Pamphlets, 4 

Bampton Lectures, Svo. Oxf. 1784—1837 

By the Rev. Joseph White, for the year 1784 

By the Rev. H. H. Milman, for the year 1827 

By the Rev. E. Burton, for the year 1829 

By the Rev. H. Soames, for the year 1 830 

By the Rev. T. S. L. Vogan, for the year 1837 



SERMONS, CHARGES, ETC. 37 

Barrow Isaac, (D.D,) Sermons on several occasions 

Works, vol. 1 — 3 

A Discourse concerning the Unity of the Church 

Works, vol. 6 

Beilby [Porteus] Bishop of Chester, Letter to the Clergy of the 
Diocese of Chester, containing Precautions respecting the 
Roman Catholics, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 151 

Belsham Thomas, Sermon on the death of the Rev. Theophilus 
Lindsey, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 159 

The year of Jubilee considered in a Discourse delivered 

at the Unitarian Chapel in Essex Street, Oct. 22, 1809, 
Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam. 67 

Benson C, (A.M.) On the Evidences of Christianity; the 
Hulsean Lectures for 1820, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

On Scripture Difficulties; the Hulsean Lectures for 

1822, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Berkeley Bishop, A Sermon preached before the Incorporated 
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts Works, vol. 3 

Beveridge Bishop, Sermotis, 6 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1817-18 

Bingham Jos., (M.A.) Discourse concerning the Mercy of God 
to Penitent Sinners Works, vol. 2 

BiNNEY T., The Ultimate Object of the Evangelical Dissenters 
avowed and advocated; A Sermon, Lond. 1834 

Pamphlets, 4 

Bird Rev. C, Assize Sermon preached at Appleby, August 12, 
1825, before Sir J. Bailey and Sir J. HuUock 

Donat. Pam. 68 

Christian Charity : An Assize Sermon 

Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Blair Hugh, (D.D.) Sermons, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Blunt J. J., Hulsean Lectures for the year 1831, on the Vera- 
city of the Historical Books of the Old Testament, 12mo. 

Lond. 1832 

Bossu^T J. B,, Discours sur le Vie cachee en Dieu 

(Euvres, tom. 10 

Traite de la Concupiscence CEuvres, tom, 10 

Sermons (Euvres, tom. 11 — 15 

Panegyriques (Euvres, tom. 16 

Sermons pour les Vetures et Professions Religieuses 

(Euvres, tom. 17 



38 RELIGION. 

BossuET J, B., Oraisons Funebres (Euvres, torn. 17 

Oraison Fuo^bre de, parle P. De la Rue 

(Euvres, torn. 43 
BouRDALOUE, Sermons et Exhortations de (Euvres, torn. 1, 14 

' Oraisons Funebres (Euvres, torn 14 

Brett J,, Sermon preached in Norwich Cathedral, March 8, 

1704, being the anniversary day of her Majesty's happy 

inauguration, Norwich, 1704 Donat. Pam. 4to. 4 

Bristol Lord Bishop of. Charge delivered at his Primary 

^ Visitation of that Diocese, in August, 1821 

Pamphleteer, vol. 20 
Browne Rev. J. H., Charge to the Clergy of Ely, May 7, 1822 

Nottingham, 1822 
Buchanan Rev. Claud., Eight Sermons, 8vo. Lond. 1812 

Burton Rev. J., An Inquiry into the Heresies of the Apostolic 
Age; the Bampton Lectures for 1829, 8vo. Oxf. 1829 
Butler Joseph, (Bp.) Sermons Works, vol. 1 

Campbell Geo., (D.D.) Sermons In Disser. on Miracles 

Carlos J., Sermon preached at Blofield, at the Archdeacon's 
Visitation, May 27, 1773, Norwich, 1773 

Donat. Pam, 4to. 3 

Cecil Rev. Richard, Sermons Works, vol. 2 

Chalmers Thos., (D.D.) Sermon on the Doctrine of Christian 

Charity applied to the case of Religious Differences, 

Glasg. 1818 Donat. Pam. 71 

Sermons preached in St. John's Church, Glasgow, 

8vo. Glasg. 1823 

A Series of Discourses on the Christian Revelation, 

viewed in connection with modern Astronomy, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1817 

Sermons preached in the Tron Church, Glasgow, 8vo. 

Glasg. 1821 
Application of Christianity to the Commercial and 



Ordinary Affairs of Life, 8vo. Glasg. 1820 
Channinc. Wm. E., (D.D.) Sermons Works 
Clarke Sam., (D.D.) Discourse concerning the Being and Attri- 
butes of God, 8vo. Lond. 1719; — Discourse concerning 
the Unchangeable Obligations of Natural Religion, and the 
Truth and Certainty of the Christian Revelation ; Boyle's 
Lectures for 1705, 8vo. Lond. 1719 In one vol. 
another copy Watson s Tracts, vol. 4 



SERMONS, CHARGES, ETC. 39 

Clarke Sam., (D.D.) Seventeen Sermons on several occasions, 
8vo. Lond. 1724 

Sermons on several subjects Works, vols. 1, 2 

Clarke Wm. Henry, Sermons, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

CoLLYER W. B., The Glory of Israel, a Sermon, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 72 
Congregational (The) Lecture, 8vo. Lond. 1833-41 

First Series, by Dr. Wardlaw 

Second Series, by Rev. Robt. Vaughan 

Third Series, by Rev. Jos. Gilbert 

F'ourth Series, by Dr. Henderson 

Fifth Series, by Rev G. Redford, D.D. 

Sixth Series, by John Pye Smith, D. D. 

Seventh Series, by W. L. Alexander, M ^. 

Conjugal Love and Duty ; a Discourse upon Hebrews xiii, 4, 
Dublin, 1758 Donat. Pam. 72 

CooMBES Rev. W. H., Discourses selected from the writings 
of St. Basil the Great, and St. John Chrysostora, Lond. 
1798 Donat. Pam. 10 

Craig Rev. T., Sermons delivered on his Solemn Separation to 
the Pastoral Office in the Congregational Church at 
Bocking, in Essex, Lond. 1802 Donat. Pam. 73 

Crofts Rev. J., Sermon preached at the Anniversary Meeting 
of the Clergy and Sons of the Clergy in the Cathedral 
Church of Bristol, August 25, 1802, Bristol, 1802 

Donat. Pam. 12 

CuDWORTH Ralph, (D.D.) Two Sermons on 1 John, ii, 3, 4, ^d 
1 Cor. XV, 57 With his Intellectual System 

D'Arcy Rev. M., Funeral Oration on the late Rev. Arthur 
O'Leary, Lond. 1802 Donat. Pam. 13 

Davison Rev. J., Discourses on Prophecy, in which are con- 
sidered its Structure, Use, and Inspiration, 8vo. 

Lond. 1825 

Daubeny Rev. C, Charge delivered at the Primary Visitation 
of the Rev. the Archdeacon of Sarum, in July, 1805, 
Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 13 

■ Charge delivered before the Rev. the Clergy of the 

Archdeaconry of Sarum, in August, 1807, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 13 

Daulien G. H., Pastoral Address to the Roman Catholics of 
Scotland, Edinb. 1798 Donat. Pam. 151 



40 RELIGION. 

Dealtry William, (D.D.^) Sermons chiefly Practical, 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 

• The Church and its Endowments ; a Sermon, Lond. 

1831 Pamphlets, 'i 

Dell John, Sermon preached at Reepham, in Norfolk, June 14, 
1811, at the Visitation of the Ven. the Archdeacon of 
Norwich Donat. Pam. 74 

Denison Edwd., (M.A.) Sermons preached before the University 
of Oxford, 8vo. Ox/. 1836 

Drummond T., Two Discourses on the Lord's Supper, Yarm. 
1805 Donat. Pam. lA 

Address to the Unitarian Congregation at Ipswich, 

Dec. 5, 1805, the day of Thanksgiving appointed in con- 
sequence of the Victory obtained by the English Fleet in 
the Battle of Trafalgar Donat. Pam. 74 

Two Discourses on the Origin of Evil, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 74 

Elisha's Cry after Elijah's God, considered and applied with 
reference to the Decease of the late Rev. Richard Baxter, 
by Matthew Sylvester, Lond. 1696 

In the Life of Baxter. 

Elliott H. V., Ordination Sermon at Norwich, Oct. 17, 1824, 
on the Office of a Christian Minister Donat. Pam. 15 

Faitiifull Rev. John, Sermon preached at the Assizes held at 
Reading, on March 2, 1800, Lond. 1800 Donat. Pam. 17 

F6^EL0N F. de la Mothe, Sermons sur divers sujets 

(Euvres Spirituelles , tom. 2 

Fl^chier, (Evfeque de Nismes) Oraisons Fun^bres, 2 vols. 
12mo. Paris, 1802 

Fletcher J., Discourse on Personal Election and Divine Sove- 
reignty, Zonrf. 1825 Donat. Pam. 11 

The Protestant Reformation Vindicated, a Sermon 

preached at Preston, Blackwell, 1822 Donat. Pam. 11 

Foster John, Discourse on the Communication of Christianity 
to the People of Hindoostan 

With Essay on Pop. Ignorance 

Fox W. J., Sermons on the Mission, Character, and Doctrine, 
of Jesus of Nazareth, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

FiiouDE Rev. Richard H., Sermons Remains, vol. 2 

Gideon, «* The Mighty Man of Valour," 8vo. Lond. 1839 



SERMONS, CHARGES, ETC. 4i 

Gill J., (D.D.) Sermon preached at Barbican, Oct. 9, 1765, at 
the Baptism of the Rev. Mr. Robt. Carmichael, Lond. 
1765 Donat. Pam. 78 

Gilpin Bernard, (B.D.) Sermon preached in the Court at 
Greenwich before Edward VI, 1652 Gilphts Reformers 
Gloucestek Joseph, Lord Bishop of. Sermon preached at the 
revival of the Anniversary Feast of the Gentlemen Edu- 
cated at Merchant Taylor's School, Dec. 3, 1724 

Donat. Pam, 4to. 5 

Glover Rev. G., Charge delivered at the Primary Visitation of 

the Archdeacon of Sudbury, in June, 1824, Bury, 1824 

Donat. Pam. 78 

Greatheed S., Practical Improvement of the Divine Counsel 

and Conduct, attempted in a Sermon occasioned by the 

death of Wm. Cowper, Esq. preached at Olney, May 18, 

1800 Donat. Pam. 78 

Hall Bp., Sermons Works, vol. 5 

Hall Rev. Robert, Sermons, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Sermons and Charges Works, vols. 1, 6 

Notes of Sermons Works, vol. 5 

Hare Rev. Aug. William, Sermons to a Country Congregation, 

2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Harmer Thomas, Sermons Miscellaneous Works 

Hawkiks Edw., (D.D.) Discourses upon some of the principal 

Objects and Uses of the Historical Scriptures of the Old 

Testament, 8vo. Oxf. 1833 

Hayter Thos., (Bp. of Norwich) Sermon preached before His 

Grace William Duke of Devonshire, and the Governors 

of the London Hospital, March 16, 1758, Lond. 1759 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 
Henry Rev, M., Funeral Sermons for the Rev. Philip and 
Mrs. Henry Life of Rev. P. Henry 
Hill Rev. Rowland, Select Notes of his Preaching, by the 
Rev. Edwin Sidney, A.M. 18mo. Lond. 1837 
Homilies of the Church of England, 4to. 1582 
Hooker Richard, Sermons With his Eccles. Politie 
HoRNE Bp., Discourses Works, vols. 2, 3, 4 
HoRSLEY Bp., Sermons, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1816 
Nine Sermons on the Resurrection, and other sub- 
jects, 8vo. Lond. 1817 

G 



42 ' RELIGION. 

Houghton P., Sermon preached at the Octagon Chapel, in 
Norwich, Aug. 13, 1801, for the benefit of the Norfolk 
and Norwich Hospital, Lond. 1801 Donat. Pam. 80 

HousMAN Rev. Robert, Sermons Life and Remains 

Hull Rev. W., Discourses delivered at his Ordination to the 
Pastoral Office, in the Congregational Church, Norwich, 
June 29, 1809 Donat. Pam. 81 

-^ The Duty of Christians towards Civil Rulers, Norw. 

1820 Donat. Pam. 81 

The Consolations of Christianity viewed in connexion 



with the Paternal Character of God and with Human 

Life, considered as a state of probation, in four discourses, 

12mo. Land. 1835 

HuLSEAN Lectures, 8vo. Lond. 1820-39 

By the Rev. C. Benson, for the year 1820 
By the Rev. C. Benson, for the year 1822 
By the Rev. J. J. Blunt, for the year 1831 
By the Rev. Theyre T. Smith, for the year 1839 

Hunt J., Mutual Love recommended upon Christian Principles, 
Lond. 1728 Donat. Pam. 81 

The Translation of Elijah Considered ; a Sermon 

occasioned by the death of the Rev. D. Bogue, D.D. 
Oct. 25, 1825 Donat. Pam. 81 

Huntingfoud G. L, (Bp. of Gloucester) Charge dehvered to 
the Clergy of the Diocese of Gloucester, at the Triennial 
Visitation of that Diocese, in 1807, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 13 

HuKD Bp., Twelve Sermons Introductory to the Study of the 
"Prophecies, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1788 

HusENBETii Rev. F. C, Discourse pronounced at the Funeral 
of the Rt. Hon. Frances Xaveria Stafford Jerningham, 
Baroness Stafford, in the Catholic Chapel, Cossey Hall, 
on Nov. 27, 1832 Donat. Pam. 105 

Ingram R. A., The Causes of the Increase of Methodism and 
Dissension; a Sermon, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 23 

Ireland John, The Claims of the Establishment; a Sermon 
preached Aug. 30, 1807, at Croydon, in Surry, Zond. 
1807 Donat. Pajn. 23 

Ikving Rev. E,, For the Oracles of God, four Orations; for the 
Judgment to Come, an Argument, in nine parts, 8vo. 

Lond, 1823 



SERMONS, CHARGES, ETC. 4^ 

James T,, (D.D.) Two Sermons preached in Worcester Cathe- 
dral, on Sept. 30, at the Music- meeting; and on March 
12, 1800, on the occasion of the General Fast 

Donat. Pam. 82 

JouTiN John, (D.D.) Discourses concerning the Truth of the 
Christian Religion, 8vo. Lond. 1768 

Sermons, 7 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1787 

Sermon at the Consecration of Bishop Pearce 

Tracts, vol. 1 

KiDD Rev. Thomas, A Sermon preached at the Visitation of the 
Archdeacon of Norwich, held in St. Michael's at Plea, 
Norwich, May 10, 1831, Lond. 1832 Donat. Pam. 105 

Lardner Dr. N., Sermons and Discourses Works, vols. 4, 10 

Law George Henry, (Bp. of Bath and Wells,) Charge delivered 
to the Clergy of that Diocese Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Law George Henry, (D.D. Bishop of Chester,) Sermon for the 
I benefit of the Society for the Improvement of Prison Dis- 
cipline, and for the Reformation of Juvenile Offenders, 
Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Lee Rev. S., (B.D.) Six Sermons on the Study of the Holy 
Scriptures, 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Leighton Abp., Lectures and Sermons Works, vols. 3, 4 

Lightfoot John, (D.D.) Sermons Works, vols. 6, 7 

Lincoln Bp. of, Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Llandaff Bp. of, Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese 

Pamphleteer, vol. 19 

M'All Rev. Robert S., (LL.D.) Discourses on Special Occa- 
sions, with a Sketch of his Life and Character by the 
Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Madge T., The Character of George III, and the Character of 
his Reign, Considered Separately ; a Sermon preached at 
the Octagon Chapel, Norwich, Feb. 6, 1820 

Donat. Pam. 84 

Sermon preached at the Opening of the Unitarian 

Chapel at Diss, in Norfolk, June 22, 1822, Lond. 1822 

Donat Pam. 164 

Marsh Dr. Herbert, Sermon on the Bible Society 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Massillon, (Euvres de, 13 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1813 



44 BELIGIOX. 

Mence Rev. S., Sermon preached in Worcester Cathedral, 

April 11, 1804, at the Presentation of Colours to the 

Royal Worcester Volunteers Donat. Pant. 85 

MiDDLETON Bp., Sermons and Charges, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

MiLMAN Rev. H. H., The Character and Conduct of the 

Apostles considered as an Evidence of Christianity ; the 

Bampton Lectures for 1827, 8vo. Oxf. 1827 

MiLNER Right Rev. J., (Bishop of Castabala,) Pastoral Letter 

to Catholic Clergy of the Midland District, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 34 

Sequel to the above, Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam. 34 

Appeal to the Catholics of Ireland, Dublin, 1809 

Donat. Pam. 34 

Sermon preached at the Blessing of the Catholic 

Chapel of St. Chad, in Birmingham, Dec. 17, 1809, 
Birm. 1809 Donat. Pam. 34 

Monthly Lectures on some of the Principal Evidences of Reve- 
lation ; delivered at the Meetings of the associated Min- 
isters and Churches of the London Congregational Union, 
8vo. Lond. 1827 

Neale Rev. Cor., Sermons Memoirs 

Oraison Fun^bre de Louis XVIII, par I'fev^que d'Hermopolis, 
Paris, 1824 Donat. Pam. 62 

OsBORN Rev. G., Evangelic Faith and Union ; recommended in 
a Sermon on Phihppians i, 27, Worcester, 1794 

Donat. Pam. 89 

Moral Charity ; explained and enforced in a Sermon 

preached at Worcester, Nov. 9, 1800, Worcester, 1801 

Donat. Pam. 89 
Devout Loyalty ; a Sermon preached at Worcester, 



on account of the National Jubilee on the Entrance of 

his Majesty George III on the 50th Year of his Reign, 

Oct. 25, 1809 Donat. Pam. 89 

Paley Archdeacon, Sermons, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Sermons on Several Subjects Works, vol. 5 

Sermons and Tracts Works, vol. 5 

Papillon I'Abbe Antonin, Sermon sur le delai de la Conversion, 
Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 63 

Parker S., Discourses on the Lord's Supper, Bungay, 1799 

Donat. Pam. 165 



SERMONS, CHARGES, ETC. 45 

Parr Sam., (LL.D.) Sermons and Discourses Works, vols. 2, 5, 6 

Parsons J. W., Sermon preached at Mitcham, in Surry, on the 
Fast Day, Feb. 27, 1778 Donat. Pam. 4to. I 

Pattinson Rev. J., Sermon preached at the Church in Stour- 
bridge, on April 19, 1793, the day appointed for a 
General Fast Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Pius VI, (Pope) Funeral Oration for his Holiness, by Mons. 
Erskine, Lond. 1799 Donat. Pam. 16 

■ Oration delivered at the Funeral Obsequies of, Oct, 

31, 1799, by C. Brancadoro, trans, by W. H. Coombes, 
Lond. 1800 Donat. Pam. 4 

PoRTEUs Beilby, (Right Rev. D.D.) Lectures on the Gospel of 
St. Matthew, delivered at the Parish Church of St. 
James, Westminster, in the years 1798, 1799, 1800, and 
1801, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1815 

Sermons on several subjects, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1817 

Charges Tracts 

7 — - Letter to the Clergy of London on the Profanation of 

the Lord's Day Tracts 

• Exhortation to the Religious Observation of Good 

Friday Tracts 

Letter to the Inhabitants of Manchester, Macclesfield, 



&c., on occasion of the Late Earthquake in those places, 
1777 Tracts 

Priestley J., Sermon preached at the Gravel Pit Meeting, in 
Hackney, AprU 19, 1793, Lond. 1793 Donat. Pam. 90 

Randolph John, (Bp. of London) Charge delivered to the 
Clergy of that Diocese at his Primary Visitation in 1810, 
Oxf. 1810 Donat. Pam. 45 

Ray J. M., Sermon preached at Wattesfield, in Suffolk, Dec. 7, 
1788, on occasion of the Death of the Rev. T. Harmer, 
Lond. 1789 Donat. Pam. 91 

Sermon preached at Witham, in Essex, June 23, 

1782, on occasion of the Death of the Rev. C. Case, 
Lotid. 1782 Donat. Pam. 85 

Religious Discourses, by a Layman Pamphlets, 4 

Rennell Rev. T., Sermons on various subjects, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Rogers G., Five Sermons on different subjects, Lond. 1793 

Donat. Pam. 166 

Sayers Frank, (M.D.) Sermons Works, vol. 2 



46 RELIGION. 

Secker Abp., Sermons on several subjects, 7 vols. 8 vo. Lond. 1772 

Eight Charges Watson's Tracts, vol. 6 

Seed Jonathan, (M.A.) Discourses on several important sub- 
jects, to which are added Eight Sermons preached at the 
Lady Moyer's Lecture, 2 vol§. 8vo. Lond. 1743 

Sermons Posthumous Works 

Selby W., Sermon in Aid of the Funds of the Dispensary in 

Lynn, Lynn, 1825 Donat. Pam. 166 

Sermon on the Unjustifiableness of Cruelty to the Brute 

Creation, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 50 

Sherlock Bp,, Discourses, 4 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1812 

Practical Discourses concerning a Future Judgment, 

8vo. Lond. 1692 

Simeon Rev. Charles, The Offices of the Holy Spirit ; Four 
Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge, 
November, 1831, Lond. 1832 Pamphlets, 4 

.Smith Rev. J., Discourse on Prophecy Watson's Tracts, vol. 4 
Smith John Pye, (D.D.) On the Relation between the Holy 
Scriptures and some parts of Geological Science ; being 
the Sixth Series of the Congregational Lecture, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

The Necessity of Religion to the Well-being of a 

Nation, a Sermon, Lond. 1834 Pamphlets, 4 

Smith Rev. Sydney, Sermons Works, vol. 3 

Sermon upon the Conduct to be observed by the 

Established Church towards Catholics and other Dis- 
senters, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 51 

Smith Rev. Theyre T., Man's Responsibihty in reference to his 
Religious Belief, explained and applied ; The Hulsean 
Lectures for 1839, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

SoAMES Henry, (M.A.) An Inquiry into the Doctrines of the 
Anglo-Saxon Church; The Hampton Lectures for 1830 

Oxf. 1830 

Stannard Rev. C, A Sermon preached at the Visitation of the 
Archdeacon of Norwich, held in the parish church of 
Holt, April 30, 1835, Norwich, 1835 Pamphlets, 4 

Discourse delivered at St. Gregory's Church, as an 

Introduction to a Course of Lectures on the principal 
Subjects of Controversy between the Roman Catholic 
and Protestant Churches, 8vo. Norwich, 1830 



SERMONS, CHARGES, ETC. 47 

Sterne Lawrence, Sermons Works, vols, 6, 7, 8 

Stillingfleet Bp., Discourse concerning the Doctrine of 
Christ's Satisfaction, 8vo. Lond. 1696 

Stillingfleet Rev. J., National Gratitude, a Sermon preached 
in Worcester Cathedral, Nov. 29, 1798 Donat. Pam. 97 

Styles John, Sermon on the Claims of the Inferior Creatures, 
Lond. 1812 Donat Pam. 53 

Sumner John Bird, (A.M.) A Series of Sermons on the Chris- 
tian Faith and Character, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Swift Dean, Sermons Works, vols. 11, 13, 14, 15 

Tate Rev. J., Discourse dehvered in the Catholic Chapel, 
Preston, before the Catholic Association, for the Relief of 
the Sick, May 25, 1807 Donat. Pam. 53 

Taylor Jeremy, (D.D.) Sermons Works, vols. 5, 6 

Funeral Sermon preached at the Obsequies of, by 

' Geo. Rust, D.D. Taylor s Works, vol. 1 

Taylor John, Sermon preached at the Opening of the New 
Chapel, in St. George's Colegate, in Norwich, May 12, 
1756, Lond. 1756 Donat. Pam. 98 

TiioDEY Samuel, The Honour Attached to Eminent Piety and 
Usefulness ; a Sermon on the death of the Rev. Charles 
Simeon, Lond. 1836 Pamphlets, 4 

TiLLOTSON Archbp., Sermons, 3 vols, folio Lond. 1728 

Sermons, Remarks on, by John Jortin, D.D. 

Jor tin's Tracts, vol. 1 

ToMLiNE George, (Bp. of Lincoln,) Charge to the Clergy of the 
Diocese of Lincoln at the Visitation in 1812, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 155 

Turner W., The Sufficiency of Revelation, a Sermon, Lond. 
1791 Donat. Pam. 99 

VoGAN Rev. T. S. L., The Principal Objections against the 
Doctrine of the Trinity, and a Portion of the Evidence on 
which that Doctrine is received by the Catholic Church, 
Reviewed, in Eight Sermons ; The Bampton Lectures for 
1837, 8vo. Oxf. 1837 

Waite Rev. T. , Sermons, Explanatory and Practical, on the Thirty 
Nine Articles of the Church of England, 8vo. Lond. 1826 
Walker Rev. Samuel, Sermons Life 

Warbuuton Bp., Sermons Works, vols. 9, 10 

Waterland Dr. Daniel, Charges and Sermons Works, vol. 8 



48 RELIGION. 

Waterlaijd Dr. Daniel, Regeneration, Stated and Explained 
according to Scripture and Antiquity, in a Discourse on 
Titus iii, 4, 5, 6 Works, vol. 6 

Sermons on Several Important Subjects of Religion 

and Morality Works, vol. 9 

Sermons in Defence of the Divinity of our Lord Jesus 



Christ, preached at the Lady Moyer's Lecture Works, vol. 2 
Watson R., (D.D.) Sermon preached before tjie Society for 

the Suppression of Vice, May 3, 1804 Donat. Pam. 100 
Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Sermons and Discourses Works, vols, 1, 2 
Hohness of Times, Place, and People, under the 

Jewish and Christian Dispensations Works, vol. 2 

White Joseph, Sermons, the Bampton Lectures for 1784, 8vo. 

Oxf. 1784 
White R., Sermon preached at the Funeral of Mr. Thomas 

Baldwin, a Nonconforming Minister at Kidderminster, 

Lond. 1693 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Whiteside J., Britain's late Deliverance considered as a Reason 

for public Gratitude, Lond. 1746 Donat. Pam. 167 

Wilds Rev. W., Sermon for the Benefit of St. Patrick's 

Charity School and Asylum for Orphans, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 56 
Williams E., (D.D.) Christian Unanimity Recommended, a 

Discourse preached before the Meeting of the General 

Congregational Union, May 18, 1808 Donat. Pam. 100 
WiLMOT Geo. Sermon preached at Worcester Cathedral, at the 

Lent Assizes, April 1, 1750 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Wilson Daniel, (M.A.) Sermons on the Divine Authority and 

Perpetual Obligation of the Lord's Day, 12mo. Lond. 1831 
Winter R., (D.D.) Sermon on the Death of the Rev. Samuel 

Newton, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 100 

Wolfe Rev. Charles, Sermons Remains 

Wrangiiam Rev. Francis, The Gospel best promulgated by 

National Schools ; an Assize Sermon preached in York 

Cathedral, 1808 Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

YoNOE Philip, (Bishop of Norwich) Charge to the Clergy of his 

Diocese, at his Primary Visitation, 1763, Norwich, 1763 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

York Archbp. of, Sermon preached at the Coronation of King 

George IV Pamphleteer, vol. 19 



DEFENCES OF RELIGION. 49f^ 



SECTION XI. 
Defences of Natural and Revealed Religion. 

Adams Wm., (M.A.) Essay on Mr. Hume's Essay on Miracles, 
8vo. Lond. 1754 

Addison Joseph, The Evidences of the Christian Religion 

Watson s Tracts, vol. 5 

another copy Works, vol. 4 

Allex Peter, (D.D.) Reflections on the Holy Scriptures to 
Establish the Truth of the Christian Religion 

Watson's Tracts, vol. 1 

Argument for the Truth of Christianity, from Dr. Lardner's 

Jewish and Heathen Testimonies Watson s Tracts, vol. 5 

Babbage Charles, The Ninth Bridgewater Treatise ; a Fragment, 

8vo. Lond. 1838 

Barrington Vise, Essay on the Teaching and Witness of the 

Holy Spirit Watson's Tracts, vol. 4 

Beattie J., (LL.D.) Evidences of the Christian Religion, 8vo. 

Lond. 1814 
Benson George, (D.D.) Essay concerning Inspiration 

Watson's Tracts, vol. 4 
Berkeley Bp., Alciphron; or the Minute Philosopher, contain- 
ing an Apology for the Christian Religion 

Works, vols. 1, 2 

The Analyst ; or a Discourse addressed to an Infidel 

Mathematician Works, vol. 2 

Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous, in 



opposition to Sceptics and Atheists Works, vol. 1 

Blunt Rev. J. J., On the Veracity of the Gospels and Acts of 

the Apostles, 12mo. ZowcZ. 1828 

On the Veracity of the Five Books of Moses, 12mo. 

Lond. 1830 
Bourne Henry, Christ the True and Faithful Witness of the 

Everlasting Covenant, 8vo. Lond. 1838 



50 RELIGION. 

Bridgewater Treatises : On the Power, Wisdom, and Good- 
ness of God, as manifested in the Creation, 12 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1833-6 

1 Chalmers Rev. T., The Adaptation of External Nature to the Moral 

and Intellectual Constitution of Man, 2 vols. Lond. 1833 

2 Kidd John, (M.D.) The Adaptation of External Nature to the 

Physical Condition of Man Lond. 1833 

3 Whevyell Rev. W., Astronomy and General Physics considered 

with reference to Natural Theology Lond. 1833 

4 Bell Sir Chas., The Hand, its Mechanism and Vital Endowments 

as evincing design Lond. 1833 

5 Roget P. M.,(M.D.) Animal and Vegetable Physiology considered 

vidth reference to Natural Theology, 2 vols. Lond. 1834 

6 Buckland Rev. W., Geology and Mineralogy considered with 

reference to Natural Theology, 2 vols. Lond. 1836 

7 Kirby Rev. W., On the Power, Wisdom, and Goodness of God, 

as manifested in the Creation of Animals, and in their 
History, Habits, and Instincts, 2 vols. Lond. 1835 

8 Prout W., Chemistry, Meteorology, and the Functions of Digestion 

considered with reference to Natural Theology Lond. 1834 

Brougham Henry Lord, Discourse on Natural Theology, 
showing the Nature of the Evidence and the Advantages 
of the Study, small Svo. Lond. 1835 

• Observations on the above by Thomas Wallace, Esq., 

LL.D. small 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Browne Sir Thomas, (M.D.) Religio Medici, folio Works 

Religio Medici, with Notes, &c., 8vo. Works, vol. 2 

Browne Rev. Thomas, Testimonies of Heathen and Christian 
Writers, of the first two Centuries, to the Truth and 
Power of the Gospel, I2mo Lond. 1837 

Burton Rev. E., Testimonies of the Ante-Nicene Fathers to 
the Divinity of Christ, Svo. Oxf. 1826 

Butler Joseph, (Bishop of Durham,) Analogy of Religion, 
Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of 
Nature Works, vol. 2 

Chalmers Thomas, (D.D.) Evi.lences and Authority of the 
Christian Revelation, Svo. Edinb. 1818 

Chandler Samuel, (D.D.) Plain Reasons for being a Christian, 

Watson s Tracts, vol. 3 

Clarke Samuel, (D.D.) Demonstration of the Being and 
Attributes of God, in answer to Hobbcs, Spinoza, and 
their followers Works, vol. 2 



DEFENCES OF RELIGION. 51 

Clarke Samuel, (D.D.) Discourse concerning the Unchangeable 
Obligations of Natural Religion, and the Truth and Cer- 
tainty of the Christian Revelation Works, vol. 2 

another copy Watsons Tracts, vol. 4 

Crombie Rev. Alexander, Natural Theology, or Essays on the 
Existence of Deity and of Providence, on the Immateri- 
ality of the Soul, and a Future State, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 

Derham Wm., (D.D.) Astro-Theology; or a Demonstration of 

the Being and Attributes of God, from a Survey of the 

Heavens, 8vo. Lond. 1786 

Physico-Theology ; or a Demonstration of the Being 

and Attributes of God, from his Works of Creation, 8vo. 

Lond. 1786 
Dick Thomas, The Philosophy of a Future State, 12mo. 

Glasg. 1833 

Durham J. G., Outworks of Christianity, or the " Munition of 

Rocks," Camb. 1805 Donat. Pam. 15 

Erskine Thomas, Remarks on the Internal Evidence of the 

Truth of Revealed Religion, ]2mo. Edinb. 1821 

Faber G. S., (B.D.) Difficulties of Infidelity, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Horse Mosaicse, or a Discourse on the Credibility and 

Theology of the Pentateuch, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1818 
Fenelon, Demonstration de I'Existence de Dieu 

CEuvres Spirituelles, tom. 1 
Godwin Rev. B,, Lectures on the Atheistic Controversy, 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 
Grotio Hugone, De Veritate Religionis Christianse, 12mo. 

Amstel. 1696 

GuRNEY J. J., Letter to a friend on the Authority, Purpose, 

and Effects of Christianity, 12mo. Norwich, 1824 

Essays on the Evidences, Doctrines, and Practical 

Operation of Christianity, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Hints on the Portable Evidence of Christianity, 18mo. 

Lond. 1832 
Hale Sir Matthew, Primitive Origination of Mankind considered 
and examined according to the Light of Nature, folio 

Lond. 1677 

Hampden Rev. R. D., Essay on the Philosophical Evidence of 

Christianity, Svo. Lond. 1827 



52 RELIGION. 

Hartley David, (M.A.) Of the Truth of the Christian Religion 

Observations on Man, vol. 2 
■ another copy Watson's Tracts, vol. 5 

Hughes Rev. T. S., Remarks on a Pamphlet intitled ** An Essay 
on the Eternity of the World, by a Sceptic" 

Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Keith Alexander, (D.D.) Evidence of the Truth of the Christian 
Religion, derived from the literal fulfilment of Prophecy, 
8vo. £dinb. 1832 

Demonstration of the Truth of the Christian Religion, 

12mo. Edinb. 1S3S 

Lardner Nathaniel, (D.D.) The Credibility of the Gospel His- 
tory ; or the Facts occasionally mentioned in the New 
Testament confirmed by passages of Ancient Authors, 
who were contemporary with our Saviour and his Apos- 
tles, or lived near their times Works, vols. 1 -5 

Supplement, containing a History of the Apostles and 

Evangelists, Writers of the New Testament Works, vol. 6 

Testimonies of Ancient Jewish and Heathen Authors 

to the Truth of the Christian Religion, with Notes and 
Observations Works, vols. 7,8,9 

' Vindication of Three of our Saviour's Miracles in 



Answer to Woolston Works, vol. 11 

Lelani) John, (D.D.) Advantage and Necessity of the Christian 

Revelation, with a Preliminary Discourse on Natural and 

Revealed Religion, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1768 

View of the Principal Deistical Writers that have 

appeared in England in the seventeenth and eighteenth 
Centuries, with Observations upon them, and some ac- 
count of the Answers that have been published against 
them, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1766 

Letter from a Jew to a Christian, occasioned by the recent 
attacks on the Bible Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Locke John, Discourse of Miracles Works, vol. 3 

. Reasonableness of Christianity, as delivered in the 

Scriptures Watson s Tracts, vol. 4 

another copy, with two vindications of it Works, \o\. 2 



Macknight James, (D.D.) Argument for the Truth of the 
Christian Religion, arising from the Conversion of the 
World to Christianity Watson's Tracts, vol. 5 



DEFENCES OF RELIGION. 53 

Macknigiit James, (D.D.) Truth of the Gospel History 

Harmony, vol. 1 

Extracts from Truth of the Gospel History 

Watson s Tracts, vol. 5 

Monthly Lectures on some of the principal Evidences of Reve- 
lation, by Drs. Winter, Pye Smith, Collyer, and Fletcher, 
and Revds. Orme, H. F. Burden, Stratten, Walford Reed, 
Curwen, Philips, and Morrison, 8vo, Land. 1827 

MooRE Rev. Daniel, The Christian System Vindicated against 
the most specious Sophistries of Modern Infidelity, 12mo. 

Lond. 1840 

Newton Sir Isaac, Four Letters to Dr. Bentley, containing 
Arguments in proof of a Deity Opera, tom. 4 

Paley William, (D.D.) Horse Paulinse ; or the Truth of the 
Scripture History of St. Paul, evinced by a comparison 
of the Epistles which bear his name, with the Acts of the 
Apostles, and with one another Works, vol. 2 

Natural Theology ; or Evidences of the Existence and 

Attributes of the Deity, collected from the appearances 
of nature Works,\o\.A 

Natural Theology, with Illustrative Notes by Henry 

Lord Brougham and Sir Charles Bell, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 
View of the Evidences of Christianity Works, vol. 3 



Physical Theory of Another Life, by the Author of " Natural 
History of Enthusiasm," 8vo. Lond. 1836 

PoRTEus Bp., Beneficial Effects of Christianity on the Temporal 
Concerns of Mankind, proved from History and from 
Facts Tracts 

Summary of the Principal Evidences for the Truth 

and Divine Origin of the Christian Revelation Tracts 

Prideaux Humph., (D.D.) Discourse for the Vindication of 
Christianity from the Charge of Imposture 

With Life of Mahomet 

Proofs of Christianity, Lond. 1814 Donat. Pam. 154 

Ray John, The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of the 
Creation, 8vo. Lond. 1709 

Redford Geo., (D.D.) Holy Scripture Verified; or the Divine 
authority of the Bible confirmed by an appeal to facts of 
Science, History, and Human Consciousness, 8vo. 

Lond. 1837 



54 RELIGION. 

Smith John Pye, (D.D.) On the Relation between the Holy 
Scriptures and some parts of Geological Science, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

The Scripture Testimony to the Messiah, 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1821 

SoMERviLLE Rev, J., Remarks on an Article in the Edinburgh 
Review, in which the doctrine of Hume on Miracles is 
Maintained, Edinb. 1815 Edinb. Review, vol. 23 

Sprague William B., (D.D.) Lectures Illustrating the Contrast 
between True Christianity and various other Systems, 
12mo. Lond. 1838 

Steele Sir Richard, The Christian Hero ; an Argument proving 
that no Principles but those of Religion are sufficient to 
make a Great Man, 18mo. Lond. 1727 

Stillingfleet Bp., Rational Account of the Grounds of Pro- 
testant Religion, folio Zone/. 1681 

Stuart Moses, Letters on the Divinity of Christ, addressed to 
the Rev. E. Channing, 18mo, Manchester, 1834 

Sumner J. B., The Evidence of Christianity, derived from its 
Nature and Reception, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Treatise on the Records of the Creation, and on the 

Moral Attributes of the Creator, with particular reference 
to Jewish History, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1818 

Taddy Rev. J., Essay to prove that the Difference of Doctrines 
among Christians forms no Objection to the Truth of the 
Christian Religion, Camb. 1811 Donat. Pam. 53 

Theopneustia. The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scrip- 
tures; from the French of L. Gaussen, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Truths of Revelation demonstrated by an Appeal to existing 
Monuments, Sculptures, Gems, Coins, and Medals, 12mo. 

Lond. 1831 

Tryal of the Witnesses of the Resurrection of Jesus, [by Bishop 
Sherlock,] Lond. 1755 Donat. Pam. 55 

Wahburton Bp., Julian; or a Discourse concerning the Earth- 
quakes and Fiery Eruptions which defeated that Emperor's 
attempt to rebuild the temple at Jerusalem Works, \o\. 8 

Remarks on Hume's Natural History of Religion 

Works, vol. 12 

Waterland Rev. D., (D.D.) Scripture Vindicated, in Answer 
to a book, entitled Christianity as old as the Creation 

Works, vol. 6 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 55 

Watson Bp., Apology for the Bible; in reply to Paine's Age 
of Reason ; and an Apology for Christianity, in a series 
of Letters to Edw. Gibbon, Esq. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

West Gilbert, (LL. D.) Observations on the History and Evi- 
dence of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Svo. Lond. 1747 

another copy Watson s Tracts, vol. 5 

Whately R., Historic Doubts relative to Napoleon Buonaparte, 
Lond. 1821 Bonat. Pam. 102 

Whittington Rev. G. D., Dissertation on the External Evi- 
dences of the Truth of the Christian Religion, Camb. 
1805 Donat. Pam. 100 

Wiseman Nicholas, (D.D.) Twelve Lectures on the Connexion 
between Science and Revealed Religion, 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1836 

Youngman William, The Truth and Excellence of the Christian 
Revelation demonstrated, in two addresses, intended 
principally for the Young and the Unlearned, 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 



SECTION XII. 

Controversial Writers and Miscellaneous Divinity. 

Abbott John, The Young Christian, or a Familiar Illustration 
of the Principles of Christian Duty, I2mo. Lond. 1833 

AcASTER Rev. John, The Church in Danger from Herself; or the 
Causes of her present declining state explained, Svo. 

Lond. 1829 

Account of the Melancholy Accident which happened to a 
Southwold Fishing Boat, near the Hasborough Sand, 
Oct. 11, 1823, Bungay, 1823 Donat. Pam. 102 

Address to the Roman Catholics of the United Kingdom, on 
their subjection to a Foreign Jurisdiction, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 2 



56 RELIGION. 

Advantages and Disadvantages of the Marriage State, as 

entered into vpith Religious or Irreligious Persons, Lond. 

1776 Donat. Pam. 66 

Advice to a Country Neighbour; or Protestant Reasons against 

Popery, Norwich, 1757 Donat. Pam. 66 

Answer to a Letter on the Question, Are the Quakers Right in 

their opinion on the Baptism of the Spirit ; with a second 

Letter in Reply, Cirencester, n. d. Donat. Pam. 2 

Archer Rev. J., Letter to the Right Rev. John Milner, Lond. 

1810 Donat. Pam. 2 

Attempt to explain the nature of the Visible Church, &c., by a 

country Clergyman, Swaffham, 1829 Donat. Pam. 158 

Remarks on the above, by a Dissenter, Norwich, 1829 

Donat. Pam. 158 
AuFKLaRUNG u. d. Denunciationsschrift des H. Geheimen 

Raths, Gartler, zu Bruchsal, gegen d. H. Coadjutor, 

Freiherrn v. Wessenberg, 1818 Donat. Pam. Q5 
Bacon Lord, Theological Works Works, vol. 2 
Certain Considerations touching the better Pacification 

and Edification of the Church of England Works, vol. 2 
Confession of Faith ; Prayers, and Psalms ; Christian 

Paradoxes ; Controversies of the Church, &c. Works, vol. 2 
Meditationes Sacrae Works, vol. 10 



Bagot Lewis, (Bp. of St. Asaph) Serious Caution against the 
dangerous Errors of the Anabaptists, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 158 

Baines Rev. P. A., An Inquiry into the Nature, Object, and 
Obligations of the Religion of Christ ; with a comparison 
of Ancient and Modem Christianity in England, Bath, 
1824 Donat. Pam. 3 

Barclay Robert, Apology for the true Christian Divinity, being 
an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and 
Doctrines of the people called Quakers, 4to. Birm. 1 765 

Barlee Rev. C, A Few Admonitory Hints to his Parishioners, 
Yarmouth, 1815 Donat. Pam. 158 

Barrinoton Viscount, Theological Works, including the Mis- 
cellanea Sacra ; the Essay on the Dispensations ; and his 
Correspondence with Dr. Lardner ; with a Life of the 
Author, by the Rev. Geo. Townshend, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 57 

Barrow Isaac, (D.D.)Theological Works, 6 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1818 

Bedford T., An Examination of the chief points of Antino- 

mianism, Lond. 1647 Donat. Para. 4to. 4 

Belsham Thomas, The Sufferings of Unitarians in former times, 

urged as a ground of Thankfulness for their recovered 

Liberties, Lond, 1813 Donat. Pam. 67 

Letter to the Unitarian Christians in South Wales, 

Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 67 

Bennett A., Conversations between an Unitarian Missionary 
and a Friend, on the Doctrine of the Trinity, Hackney, 
1813 Donat. Pam. 169 

Benson George, Essay concerning the Unity of Sense ; to show 
that no Text of Scripture has more than one single Sense 

Watson^s Tracts, vol. 4 

Essay on the Man of Sin Watsons Tracts, vol. 5 

Bentham J., "Swear not at all;" containing an exposure of 
the Needlessness and Mischievousness, as well as Anti- 
christianity, of the ceremony of an Oath, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 67 

Berkeley Bp., A Defence of Free-thinking in Mathematics; 
and Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's full answer 

Works, vol. 3 

Beveridge Bp., Thesaurus Theologicus ; or a Complete System 
of Divinity, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1820 

Private Thoughts upon Religion and a Christian Life, 

8vo. Oxf. 1816 

BiCHENO J., Signs of the Times : or the Overthrow of the Papal 
Tyranny in France, the Prelude of Destruction to Popery 
and Despotism, but Peace to Mankind, Lond. 1794 

Donat. Pam. 67 

Signs of the Times : part the second, with an Address to 

the People of Great Britain, Zowc?. 1794 Donat. Pam. 67 

Bingham Joseph, (M.A.) Works, 2 vols, folio Lond. 1726 

— ■ The French Church's Apology for the Church of 

England Works, vol. 2 

Blackburne F., Considerations on the Present State of the 
Controversy between the Protestants and Papists, 8vo, 

Lond. 1768 

Boden W. F., Diary of some of the Religious Experience of, 
Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 159 



58 RELIGION. 

BossuBT J. B., (Ev^que de Meaux) Avertissement aux Pro- 
testans sur leur pretendu Accomplissement des Propheties 

(Euvres, torn. 3 

Instructions sur la Version du Nouveau Testament 

imprimee a Trevoux ; avec une Dissertation prelirainaire 
sur la Doctrine et la Critique de Grotius CEuvres, torn. 4 

Avertissement sur le Livre des Reflexions Morales, 

publie sous le titre de Justification des Reflexions Morales 
sur le Nouveau Testament CEuvres, tom. 4 

De Excidio Babylonis apud S. Joannem, demonstra- 

tiones adversus Samuelem Verensfelsium, LL.D. 

(Euvres, tom. 4 

Defence de la Tradition et des Saints P^res 

CEuvres, tom. 5 

' Meditationes pour le Temps du Jubile CEuvres, tom. 6 

De Doctrin^ Concilii Tridentini circa Dilectionem in 

Sacramento Pcenitentise requisitam CEuvres, tom. 7 

Pensees Chretiennes et Morales CEuvres, tom. 15 

Exposition de la Doctrine de I'Eglise Catholique ; — 

avec Lettres relatives k I'Exposition CEuvres, tom. 18 

Fragraens sur diverses Mati^res de Controverse 

CEuvres, tom. 18 

Histoire des Variations des Eglises Protestantes ; 

avec six Avertissemens aux Protestans sur les Lettres 
du Ministre Jurieu centre Phistoire et Defense de I'his- 
toire contre M. Basnage CEuvres, tom. 19 — 22 

Instruction Pastorale sur les Promesses de I'Eglise 

CEuvres, tom. 22 

Refutation du Cat^chisme du sieur Paul Ferry 

CEuvres, tom. 23 

Conference avec M. Claude, sur la mati^re de 

I'Eglise et Reflexions sur un 6crit de M. Claude 

(Euvres, tom. 23 
Traite de la Communion sous les deux esp^ces ; et la 



Tradition d^fendue sur la mati^re de la Communion sous 
une espece (Euvres, tom. 23, 24 

— Explication de quelqu«s difficultes sur les pri^res de 
la Messe (Euvres, tom. 24 

— Lettre Pastorale sur le Communion paschale 

CEuvres, tom. 25 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 59 

Bossu^T J. B., Lettre sur 1 'adoration de la Croix 

(Euvres, torn. 25 

Summa Controversise de Eucharistia (Euvres, torn. 26 

Pieces contre ArcMv^que de Cambrai et les Quietistes 

(Euvres, torn. 27 — 30 

De la Connoissance de Dieu et de soi-m^me 

(Euvres, torn. 34 

• Traite du libre Arbitre (Euvres, torn. 34 

Politique tiree de I'Ecriture Sainte (Euvres, torn. 36 

Lettres de Piete et de Direction (Euvres, torn. 38, 39 

Lettres sur I'AfFaire du Quietisme (Euvres, torn. 40 — 42 

An Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholic Church, 



in matters of Controversy Donat. Pam. 4 

BouRDALOUE, CEuvres, 18 torn. 12mo Toulouse, 1818 

■ Pensees sur divers sujets de Religion et de Morale 

(Euvres, torn. 15 — 17 
— ■ Retraite Spirituelle k I'usage des Communantes Re- 

ligieuses (Euvres, torn. 18 

BousELL John, The Ram's Horn Sounded Seven Times, Norw. 

1787 Donat. Pam. 68 

■ Remarks upon Thomas Paine's Second Part of the 

Age of Reason, Norwich, 1798 Donat. Pam. 68 
Serious Address to the Chief Magistrates of Norwich 



and Yarmouth, Norwich, 1793 Donat. Pam. 68 

BouTFLowER H. C, The Doctrine of the Atonement is agreeable 
to Reason, Camb. 1817 Donat. Pam. 68 

Bower A., Six Letters to Father Sheldon, Provincial of the 
Jesuits in England, Lond. 1 756 Donat. Pam. 4 

Bowles Rev. W. L., A Plain Exposition of a Clergyman's Min- 
isterial Conduct in regard to a poor woman lately de- 
parted, Calne, 1816 Donat. Pam. 4 
Brett Thos., The Doctrine of Remission of Sins, and the Power 
of Absolution, Explained and Vindicated, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 68 
Browne Rev. J. H., Reply to " Body and Soul," 12mo. 

Lond. 1824 
Buchanan Claud., (D.D.) Christian Researches in Asia, 8vo. 

Lond. 1811 
Burder John, Ihe Atonement of Christ, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 69 



60 RELIGION. 

Burke Right Hon. Edm. and the Right Rev. Dr. Gibson, an 
Account of a Conversation between, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 1 

BuRNSiDE R., Remarks on the different Opinions relative to the 
Weekly Sabbath, 12mo. Lond. 1825 

Butler Chas., Book of the Roman Catholic Church; in answer 
to Dr. Southey's Book of the Church, 8vo, Loiid. 1824 

Vindication of " The Book of the Roman Catholic 

Church," against the Rev. G.Townshends "Accusations of 
History against the Church of Rome," 8vo. Lond. 1826 

• Appendix to the " Vindication," 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Letter to, in Vindication of English Protestants from 

his attack on their Sincerity in the " Book of the Roman 
Catholic Church," by C. J. Blomfield, D.D. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Letter to the Rt. Rev. C. J. Blomfield, D.D. in 



Vindication of a passage in his " Book of the Roman 
Catholic Church," censured in a Letter to him by his 
Lordship Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Butler Joseph, (Bp. of Durham) Works of; with a Preface, 
&c. by Sam. Halifax, D.D. 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1807 

Calderbank Rev. J., Observations in a Series of Letters in 
Answer to certain questions relating to various subjects 
of Religion, proposed by a Clergyman of the established 
Church to a Catholic Convert, Bath, 1814 

Donat. Pam. 6 

Cameron C. R., The Connection between the Work of Man's 
Redemption and the Divine Agents engaged in it, Oxf. 
1809 Donat. Pam. 70 

Campbell George, Address to the people of Scotland, upon 
the alarms raised in regard to Popery in 1779 

With Diss, on Miracles 

Carpenter Lant, (LL.D.) Examination of the Charges made 
against Unitarians and Unitarian ism, and the Improved 
Version, by the Rt. Rev. Dr. Magee, in his " Discourses 
and Dissertations on Atonement and Sacrifice," 8vo. 

Bristol, 1820 

Carter John, The Obligations of Christians to Union and Co- 
operation, with the advantages arising therefrom, Bungay, 
1811 Donat. Pam. 70 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 61 

Catholicism Defensible, Norwich, 1824 Donat. Pam. 71 

Catholicism Sifted, Lond. 1821 Douat. Pam. 8 

Cayley C, Letter to the Rev. Mr. Potter, in Answer to his' 
Sermon against the people called Methodists, Norwich, 
1758 Donat. Pam. 71 

Challoneb R., (Bp. of Debra) True Principles of a Catholic, 
Lond. 1786 Donat. Pam. 151 

' Short History of the Origin and Progress of the Pro- 
testant Religion, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 151 

A Caveat against the Methodists, Lond. 1803 

Donat. Pam. 151 

Grounds of the Catholic Doctrine, as contained in the 



Profession of Faith, published by Pope Pius IV, Lond. 
1818 Donat. Pam. 151 

Chalmers Thomas, (D.D.) The Duty of giving an Immediate 
Diligence to the Business of the Christian Life ; being an 
Address to the Inhabitants of the Parish of Kilmany, 
Edinb. 1818 Speeches and Tracts 

Chillingworth Wm., Religion of Protestants a safe way to 
Salvation, folio Lond. 1664 

Christ our Example, by the Author of " the Listener," 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 

Christian Retirement; or Spiritual Exercises of the Heart, 
12mo. Lond. 1836 

Christian Unitarianism Donat. Pam. 160 

Clarke Sam., (D.D.) Reflections on that part of a book called 
Amyntor, or the Defence of Milton's Life, which relates 
to the Writings of the Primitive Fathers and the Canon 
of the New Testament Works, vol. 3 

Three Essays on Baptism, Confirmation, and Repent- 
ance Works, vol. 3 

Letter to Dodwell on the Immortality of the Soul ; 

with Defences of it Works, vol, 3 

Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity ; with several Tracts 



relating to the subject Works, vol. 4 

Clarkson T., Essay on the Doctrines and Practice of the Early 

Christians as they relate to War Donat. Pam. 71 
Researches Antediluvian, Patriarchal, and Historical, 

concerning the way in which men first acquired their 

knowledge of God and Religion, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1836 



62 RELIGION. 

Coleridge Henry Nelson, Aids to Reflection, 12mo. Lond. 1839 

C0NHE9A o mundo os Jacobinos que ignora, ou Exposi9a6 das 
Verdades Catholicas, contra os artigos fundamentaes do 
systema anarquico dos Theologos Regalistas do seculo 
xviii e do presente, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 61 

Cooper Rev. E., The Crisis ; shewing, from Prophecy, the Pros- 
pect and Duties of the Church of Christ, 12mo. 

Lond. 1825 

Cooper R. B., Letter to a Clergyman on the peculiar Tenets of 
the Present Day, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 102 

Copy of some Notes concerning God's Decrees, especially of 
Reprobation, Lond. 1655 Donat. Pam. 4to. 4 

Cottager's (The) Religious Meditations Donat. Pam. 1 1 

Dallas Rev. Alexander, Look to Jerusalem ; a Scriptural view 
of the position of the Jews, in the great crisis of the 
world's history, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Daubeny Rev. C, Considerations on the Doctrine of Regenera- 
tion, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 13 

Declaration of Faith and Practice, Read and Assented to by 
Members at their admission into the Church of Christ 
under the pastoral care of Dr. John Gill, Lond. 1764 

Donat. Pam. 160 

Declaration of the Religious Sentiments of the congregation 
of Protestant Dissenters in the city of Worcester, called 
" Presbyterians," dated 1687, Worcester, 1797 

Donat. Pam. 74 

Declaration of the Catholic Bishops, the Vicars Apostolic and 
their Coadjutors in Great Britain, Lond. 1826 

Donat. Pam. 74 

Dialogue between Dr. Johnson and Mrs. Knowles, Lond. 1799 

Donat. Pam. 74 

Dick Thomas, (LL.D.) The Christian Philosopher ; or the Con- 
nexion of Science and Philosophy with Religion, 12mo. 

Glasg. 1830 

' The Philosophy of Religion ; or an Illustration of the 

Moral Laws of the Universe, 12mo. Glasg. 1830 

DiCTioNNAiRE de Theologic, 3 tom. 4to. Ency. Method. 

Die Beschwerden gegen den Bisthums-Verweser von Constanz, 
Freiherrn von Wessenberg, Tubingen, 1817 

Donat. Pam. 157 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 63 

Die Ernennung eines Coadjutors fiir das Bisthum Konstanz, 
&c, 1816 Donat. Pam. 65 

Discourse against Transubstantiation, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 153 

Discourse (A Pacifick) on the Causes and Remedies of the 
differences about Religion, Lond. 1688 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Discovery of some of the Blasphemous and Seditious Principles 
and Practices of the people called Quakers, Lond. 1699 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Disney John, Remarks on the Bishop of Lincoln's Charge to 
the Clergy of his Diocese, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 15 

Doddridge Rev. P., Evil and Danger of Neglecting the Souls 
of Men, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 161 

Dubois the Abbe J. A., Letters on the State of Christianity in 
India ; in which the Conversion of the Hindoos is con- 
sidered as Impracticable, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Edgar Samuel, The Variations of Popery, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Edwards Rev. Mr., Faithful Narrative of the surprising Work 
of God, in the Conversion of many hundred Souls in 
Northampton, in New England, Bungay, 1823 

Donat. Pam. 75 

Election and Reprobation defined and distinguished 

Donat. Pam. 102 

Empaytaz Henri-Louis, Considerations sur la Divinite de Jesus 
Christ, Paris, 1817 Donat. Pam. 61 

Enquiry into the Present Duty of a Low-Church-Man, Lond. 
1712 Donat. Pam. 75 

Epistle congratulatorie of Lysimachus Nicanor, of the Society 
■ of Jesu, to the Covenanters of Scotland, Basile, 1640 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 4 

Epistola ad C. H. in qua Liber Octavus Summas Controversi- 
arum Joannis Hoornbeeckii, qui est ad versus Remon- 
strantes, refellitur, Amst. 1655 Donat. Pam. 161 

Faith and Doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, Dublin, 
1813 Donat. Pam. 152 

Fanatic Blunders ; faithfully collected from their Books, 
Sermons, and Prayers, Lond. 1710 Donat. Pam. 76 



64 RELIGION. 

F^NELON F. de la Mothe, (Euvres Spirituelles de, 4 torn. 
12mo. Paris, 1812 

Tome 1 Traits de I'existence et des attributs de Dieu 

Letlres sur divers sujets de M^taphysique et de Religion 

Tome 2 Entretiens sur divers sujets de Pi6te 
Pri6res du matin et du soir 
Reflexions pour tous les jours du mois 
Courtes Meditations sur differens sujets tires de TEcri- 
ture sainte 

Tome 3 Divers sentimens et avis Chretiens 

Entretiens affectifs pour de saints Temps de l'Anne6 

Tome 3, 4 Lettres Spirituelles 

Fifty Reasons, or Motives, which induced his most serene high- 
ness Anthony Ulrick Duke of Brunswick and Luneburg, 
to abjure Lutheranism, Lond. 1804 Donat. Para. 152 

Fleming R., An Extraordinary Discourse on the Rise and Fall 
of Papacy, Lond. 1793 Donat. Pam. 17 

Fletcher Joseph, (A.M.) Lectures on the Principles and 
Institutions of the Roman Catholic Religion, 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

Fowler Bp.,The Design of Christianity Watsons Tracts, vol. 6 

Frend W., Animadversions on the Elements of Christian 
Theology, by the Rev. G. Pretyman, Bishop of Lincoln, 
Lond. 1 800 Donat. Pam. 77 

Froude Rev. Richard Hurrell, Remains of, 2 parts, 4 vols. 

Lond. 1838-9 

Gibson E., (Bp. of London,) Danger and Mischiefs of Popery, 
Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 152 

Gilbert Rev. Joseph, The Christian Atonement ; its Basis, 
Nature, and Bearings : or, the Principle of Substitution 
Illustrated, as applied in the Redemption of Man, 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 

Girdlestone J. L., Sketch of the Foundation of the Christian 
Church, Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 78 

Gisborne Thomas, Essays on the Recollections which are to 
subsist between Earthly Friends reunited in the World to 
come, and other Subjects, 12mo. Lond. 1824 

Grand Designs of the Dissenting Teachers, Discovered and 
Exposed to View, Lond. 1709 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 65 

Grounds (The) on which the Church of England separated 
from the Church of Rome, reconsidered, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 20 

GuRNEY Jos. John, Observations on the Religious Peculiarities 
of the Society of Friends, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Observations on the Distinguishing Views and Prac- 
tices of the Society of Friends : being the Seventh 
Edition of the above, with several additions, 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Essay on the Habitual Exercise of Love to God, 

considered as a preparation for Heaven 

Minor Works, vol. 1 

Brief Remarks on the History, Authority, and Use of 

the Sabbath, 18mo. Lond. 1831 

another copy Minor Works, vol. 2 

On the Moral Character of our Lord Jesus Christ 

Minor Works, vol. 2 

Christianity a Religion of Motives Minor Works, vol. 2 

Strictures on certain parts of an anonymous pamphlet 

entitled "The Truth Vindicated," Lond. 1836 

Minor Works, vol. 2 
An Address to Ministers of the Gospel and to all 



Professors of Christianity, on the Subject of War and 

Peace Minor Works, vol. 2 

Hales Wm., Letters on the Religious and Political Tenets of 

the Romish Hierarchy, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 20 
Hall Joseph, (Bp. of Norwich,) Works of, by Josiah Pratt, 

10 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1808 

Contemplations upon the Principal Passages in the 

Holy Story Works, vols. 1, 2 

Contemplations upon the New Testament 

Works, vol. 2 

Meditations and Vows, Divine and Moral ; and other 

Devotional Works Works, vol. 6 
Practical Works Works, vols. 7, 8 

Polemical Works Works, vol. 9 



Hall Rev. Robert, On the Excellency of the Christian Dispen- 
sation ; — On the Work of the Holy spirit ; — On Hearing 
the Word Works, vol. 1 

K 



G6 RELIGION. 

Hall Rev. Robert, On Terms of Communion, with a particular 
view of the Case of the Baptists and Psedobaptists ; — 
The Essential Difference between Christian Baptism and 
the Baptism of John, more fully stated and confirmed ; — 
A Reply to the Rev. Joseph Kinghorn ; being a further 
vindication of the Practice of Free Communion 

Works, vol. 2 

A Short Statement for Christian in Opposition to 

Party Communion, 1826 Works, vol. 3 

Christianity consistent with a Love of Freedom, 1791 

Works, vol. 3 
Fragments ; — Defence of Village Preaching ; — The 



Impolicy of Intolerance ; — On Toleration ; — On the Right 
of Worship Works, vol. 3 

Haller Charles Louis de, Lettre k sa famille pour lui declarer 
son retour k I'eglise Catholique, Paris, 1821 

Donat. Para. 61 

Harmer Rev. Thomas, Miscellaneous Works, with a Memoir by 
W. Youngman, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Remarks on the Ancient and Present State of the 

Congregational Churches of Norfolk and Suffolk ; — ^Two 
Addresses to the Religiously Disposed ; — An Account of 
the Jewish Doctrine of the Resurrection of the Dead 

Miscel. Works 

Harris Rev. John, Mammon ; or Covetousness the Sin of the 
Church, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Henderson Rev. E., Divine Inspiration; or the Supernatural 
Influence exerted in the Communication of Divine Truth, 
and its especial bearing on the Composition of the Sacred 
Scriptures, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

HiooiNS Godfrey, Horee Sabbaticee ; or an Attempt to correct 
certain superstitious and vulgar errors respecting the 
Sabbath Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Letter to, on the subject of the above, by the Rev. 

T. S. Hughes Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Hill Rev. Rowland, Mature Reflections and Devotions of, by 
the Rev. Edwin Sidney, A.M. 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Historical and Political View of the Catholic Religion, Lond. 
1810 Donat. Pam. 22 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 67 

HoBsoN Rev. Samuel, The Christian Schoolmaster ; or Conver- 
sations on various subjects between a Village School- 
master and his Neighbours, 18mo. Norwich, 1832 

HoLDEN Rev. Geo., The Christian Sabbath; or an inquiry into 
the religious obligation of keeping holy one day in seven, 
Bvo. Lond. 1825 

HoRNE Geo., (D.D. Bp. of Norwich,) Works, with Memoirs of his 
Life, &c., by Wra. Jones, M.A. 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

HoRNE Rev. Thos. H., Romanism contradictory to the Bible ; 
or the peculiar tenets of the Church of Rome, as exhi- 
bited in her accredited Formularies contrasted with the 
Holy Scriptures, Lond. 1827 Donat. Pam. 168 

HoRSLEY Sam., (Bp. of St. Asaph,) Tracts, in Controversy with 
Dr. Priestley, upon the Historical Question of the Belief of 
the First Ages in our Lord's Divinity, 8vo. Dundee, 1812 

Hough Rev. James, Reply to the Letters of the Abbe Dubois, 
on the State of Christianity in India, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Howard H., Remarks on the Erroneous Opinions entertained 
respecting the Catholic Religion, Lond. 1825 

Donat. Pam. 81 

Hull Rev. William, On Calvinism, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Innes John Boutet, Cursory Observations on a book entitled 
" Baptismal Regeneration, as exhibited in the formularies 
of the Church, briefly explained and vindicated, by the 
Rev. Wm. Hull," Lond. 1836 Pamphlets, 5 

Irving Rev. E., Examination of the Writing and Preaching of, 
Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 81 

Jenkin T., An Impartial Examination of the Free Inquiry : the 
Primitive Fathers Vindicated, «&c., Camh. 1750 

Donat. Pam. 82 

JoRTiN Archd., Six Dissertations on different subjects, 8vo. 

Lond. 1755 

JowETT Rev. Wm., Christian Researches in the Mediterranean, 
from 1815 to 1820, 8vo. Lo7id. 1822 

Christian Researches in Syria and the Holy Land, in 

1823 and 1824, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Keith Rev. Alex., The Signs of the Times, as denoted by the 
fulfilment of Historical Predictions, traced down from 
the Babylonish Captivity to the present time, 2 vols. 
12mo. Edinb. 1832 



68 RELIGION. 

King W., (Archbp. of Dublin,) Key to Divinity ; or a Philoso- 
phical Essay on Free-will, Lond. 1715 Donat. Pam. 163 

KiNGHORN J., Arguments against the practice of Mixed Com- 
munion, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Kirk Rev. J., Roman Catholic Principles in Reference to God 
and the King, first published in the year 1680, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 25 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Lancaster R., Defence of Mr. Geree's first and second Sermons 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Lardner Nathaniel, (D.D.) Works, with his Life, by Andrew 
Kippis, D.D. 11 vols. Svo. Lond. 1788 

On the Personality of the Spirit Works, vol. 10 

Dissertation upon the two new Epistles ascribed to 

Clement of Rome Works, vol. 1 1 

Essay upon the Mosaic Account of the Creation and 

Fall of Man Works, vol. 1 1 

Inquiry into the truth of the History of the Seven 

Brothers said to have suffered martyrdom in the time of 
Antiochus Epiphanes Works, vol. 1 1 

Letter concerning the question whether the Logos 

supplied the Place of an Human Soul in the person of 
Jesus Christ Works, vol. 1 1 

Remarks on Dr. Ward's Dissertations on several 



passages of the Sacred Scriptures Works, vol. 1 1 

Laurence R., The Doctrine of Baptismal Regeneration con- 
trasted with the Tenets of Calvin, Oxf. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 26 

Lee Rev. S., (B.D.) Two Dissertations : the first on the 
Reasooableness of the Orthodox Views of Christianity 
as opposed to the Rationalism of Germany ; the second 
on the Interpretation of Prophecy generally, with an 
original Exposition of the Book of Revelation ; showing 
that the whole of that Remarkable Prophecy has long 
ago been fulfilled With his Six Sermons 

Leigiiton Robert, (D.D. Abp. of Glasgow,) Works of. Edited 
by George Jerment, D.D. 4 vols. Svo. Lond. 1820 

Letter (A Second) from a Clergyman in Norfolk to his Parish- 
ioners, directing their Behaviour in Sickness, &c. , Lond, 
1704 Donat. Pam. 95 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 69 

Letter to J. Bunter, Esq., on Religious Tracts and the Ig- 
norance of the English and Irish Roman Catholics, 
Taunton, 1824 Donat. Pam. 30 

Letcer to F. Jeffrey, Esq., on the Evidence in Support of a 
continuation of Miraculous Powers in the Church, Edinb. 
1824 Donat. Pam. 30 

Letter to a Clergyman of the Diocese of Durham, Newcastle^ 
1808 Donat. Pam. 153 

Letter to the Catholic Clergy of Ireland, Lond. 1823 

Donat, Pam. 30 

Letter to the Rev. P. Baines, in reply to one addressed by him 
to the Rev. Dr. Moysey. Bath, 1821 Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter to the Rev. Mr. Bowman, Vicar of Martham, Norfolk, 
occasioned by a present of his book, entitled " A Review 
of the Doctrines of the Reformation," &c., Norwich, 
1773 Donat. Pam. 83 

Letter to the Right Rev. Author of " The Divine Legation of 
Moses Demonstrated," Lond. 1766 Donat. Pam. 26 

Letter (Fragment of a) to an Orthodox Clergyman, Norwich, 
1773 Donat. Pam. 83 

Lettere al Rev. Padre P. Gesuita, Napoli, 1756 Donat. Pam.156 

Letters to W. Wilberforce, Esq., M.P. on the Doctrine of 
Hereditary Depravity, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 163 

Letters to a Protestant Divine, in Defence of Unitarianism, 
Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 84 

Letters to the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Protestant 
Clergy of England, on the Secret Causes of the Increase 
of Catholics Donat. Pam. 28 

Letters (Two) one from a Lady to a friend who had married 
a Roman Catholic Gentleman ; the other from the same 
author to the said Gentleman, Lond. 1735 

Donat. Pam. 163 

Letters (Six) to a Congregation of Independent Dissenters, 
upon separating from their Communion, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 84 

Lightfoot Rev. John, (D.D.) The Whole Works of; Edited 
by Rev. John R. Pitman, 13 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

A Battle with a Wasp's Nest; or, a Reply to an 

angry and railing pamphlet, written by Mr. Joseph 
Heming, called " Judas Excommunicated," Works, vol. 1 



70 RELIGION. 

LiGHTFOOT Rev. John, (D.D.) Latin Tracts 

Works, vols. 2, 3, 5, 10 

Locke John, Examination of P. Malebranche's Opinion of 
seeing all things in God Works, vol. 3 

M'Dermont M., The Impracticability of a Union between the 
Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England, 
demonstrated from Reason and the Holy Scriptures, 
Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 31 

Magee W., (D.D.) Discourses and Dissertations on the Scrip- 
tural Doctrines of Atonement and Sacrifice, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1816 

Manx R., Two Tracts on Regeneration and Conversion, Lond. 
1816 Donat. Pam. 153 

Manual for Papists and Protestants; shewing their Principal 
Points of Difference, Bath, 1813 Donat. Pam. 153 

Marsh Herbert, (D.D.) A Course of Lectures, containing a 
Description and Systematic Arrangement of the several 
Branches of Divinity, in 7 parts, 8vo. Camb. 1810-23 

Letter to the Rev. Peter Gandolphy 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Marshman J., (D.D.) Advantages of Christianity in promoting 
the Establishment and Prosperity of the British Govern- 
ment in India, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 102 

Defence of the Deity and Atonement of Christ, in 

reply to Ram-Mohun Roy, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Marsom J,, The Impersonality of the Holy Ghost, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 164 

Martyn Rev. Henry, Controversial Tracts on Christianity and 
Mohammedanism ; Edited by Rev. S. Lee, 8vo. 

Camh. 1824 

Massillon J. B,, (fev^ue de Clermont,) (Euvres completes de, 
13 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1821 

Maurice F., (A.M.) The Kingdom of Christ; or. Hints on the 
Principles, Ordinances, and Constitution of the Catholic 
Church, 3 vols. 12 mo. Lond. 1838 

MiDDLETON Conyers, (D.D.) Free Inquiry into the Miraculous 
Powers which are supposed to have subsisted in the 
Christian Church, from the earliest Ages through several 
successive Centuries ; with Vindications of the same 

Works, vol. 1 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 71 

MiDDLETON Conyers, (D.D.) Remarks on a Story told by the 
Ancients, concerning St. John the Evangelist, and Cerin- 
thus the Heretic Works, \ol. 2 

Letter to Dr. Waterland, containing some remarks on 

his " Vindication of Scripture," in answer to a book 
entitled, Christianity as Old as the Creation, &c. 

Works, vol. 2 

Reflections on the Dispute between the Apostles 

Peter and Paul, at Antioch ; and on the Variations found 
in the Four Evangelists Works, vol. 2 

Essay on the Gift of Tongues Works, vol. 2 

Essay on the Allegorical and Literal Interpretation of 

the Creation and Fall of Man Works, vol. 2 
Tract on Drs. Waterland and Bentley Works, vols. 2, 3 

Letter from Rome, shewing an exact Conformity 

between Popery and Paganism Works, vol. 3 

Examination of Bp. Sherlock's Discourses on Pro- 



phecy Works, vol. 3 

MiLNER Dr., Letters on the Choice of the Irish Catholic 

Prelates, Lond. 1810 Donut. Pam. 153 
Instructions addressed to the Catholics of the Midland 

Counties of England, on the State and Dangers of their 

Religion, Wolverhampton, 1811 Donat. Pam. 34 

Letters to a Roman Catholic Prelate of Ireland, in 

refutation of Counsellor Charles Butler's Letter to an 
Irish Catholic Gentleman, Dublin, 1811 Donat. Pam. 35 

Pastoral Charge on the Jurisdiction of the Catholic 

Church, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 35 

Discourse delivered in the Roman Catholic Chapel 

of St. Chad, Birmingham, on Jan. 18, 1816, being the 
day appointed for a General Thanksgiving for Peace, 
Birm. 1816 Donat. Pam. 35 

Additional Notes to Supplementary Memoirs of 



English Catholics, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 35 

MiLTONi Joannis, Angli, de Doctrina Christiana libri duo 

posthumi, Edidit C. R. Sumner, 4to. Cant. 1825 

translated by C. R. Sumner, 4to. Camb. 1825 

Modest Animadversions and Reflections upon a Sermon preached 

before the Hon. the House of Cemmons, by Dr. West, 

on Jan. 30, 1710 Donat. Pam. 85 



72 RELIGION. 

More Hannah, Practical Piety Works, vols. 13, 14 

Christian Morals Works, vols. 15, 16 

Essay on St. Paul Works, vols. 17, 18 

Reflections on Prayer Works, vol. 19 

The Spirit of Prayer, 12mo. Land. 1825 

Mystical Theology, or the Science of Sacred Contemplation 

Donat. Pam. 36 

Narrative of a very remarkable Conversion from Popery, in 

the Year 1701, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 6 

Natural History of Enthusiasm, 8vo. London, 1829 

Nelson R., A Review and Analysis of Bishop Bull's Exposition 

of the Doctrine of Justification, small 8vo. Bath, 1827 

Newton Sir Isaac, Observations upon the Prophecies of Holy 

Writ, particularly the Prophecies of Daniel and the 

Apocalypse of St. John Opera, torn. 5 

Neavton S., The Trinitarian's Appeal Defended, in answer to 

" A Letter by a Layman" Donat. Pam. 86 

Syllabus of Christian Doctrines and Duties, 8vo. 

Norwich, 1796 

Nonconformity to the World Donat. Pam. 86 

Nottingham Earl of. Answer to Mr. Whiston's Letter on the 

Eternity of the Son of God, and of the Holy Ghost, 

Lond. 1721 Donat. Pam. 89 

NuNTius a Mortuis, Lond. 1757 Donat. Pom. 89 

Obligations of Christians to attempt the Conversion of the 

Jews, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 89 

Observations on Sunday Newspapers, Lond. 1820 

Donat. Pam. 38 
O'Connor Rev. C, An Appeal and Remonstrance to His 
Holiness Pope Pius VH Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Oedonnance et Instruction Pastorale de M^- L'Archevfeque de 
Paris, portant condemnation du livre intitule : Exposi- 
tion de la Foi, &c., touchant la Grace et la Predestination 

CEuvres de Bossuet, tom. 7 
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the present corruption of Christians, and the remedies 
thereof; translated from the French, by C. Mutil 

Watson s Tracts, vol. 6 

Paley Wm., (D.D.) Clergyman's Companion in Visiting the 

Sick Works, vol. 2 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 73 

Parr Rev. S.-, Letter to the Rev. Dr. Milner on his book 

entitled "The End of Religious Controversy," Lond. 

1825 Pamphlets, 3 
Pascal Blaise, Pens6es de, 2 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1817 
Les Provinciales, ou Lettres de Louis de Montalte, 

2 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1816 

PiLLONNiERE Francis de la, An Answer to the Rev. Dr. Snape's 

Accusation, Lond. 1717 Donat. Pant. 42 

Pious Meditations of that excellent Prince John the most noble 

D— k of M ugh, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 90 

Plowden R. R., Letter to a Roman Catholic Gentleman upon 

Theological Inaccuracy, Lond. 1795 Donat. Pam. 43 
Politique Chretienne et Varietes morales et litteraires, Paris, 

1816 Donat. Pam. 63 

Popery the Religion of Heathenism, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 44 
Practice of Piety, directing a Christian how to walk that he 

may please God, 8vo. Lond. 1708 

Preservative against Socinianism Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Priestley Joseph, (LL.D.) History of Early Opinions concern- 
ing Jesus Christ, proving that the Christian Church was 

at first Unitarian, 4 vols. 8vo. Birmingham, 1786 
General View of the Arguments for the Unity of God, 

and against the Divinity and Pre-existence of Christ, 

Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 165 

Protestant Catechism, showing the Principal Errors of the 

Church of Rome, Edinb. 1813 Donat. Pam. 45 

Protestant Dissenter's Catechism, Lond. 1777 

Donat. Pam. 165 
Protestant's Reply to the Author of a Pamphlet entitled, 

*' Remarks on the Bishop of Durham's Charge in 1806," 

&c., Newcastle, 1807 Donat. Pam. 154 

Pycroft S., Brief Enquiry into Free-thinking in matters of 

Religion, Lond. 1713 Donat. Pam. 90 

Questions and Answers concerning the respective Tenets of the 

Church of England and the Church of Rome, Lond. 

1818 Donat. Pam. 145 

Raven Rev. T., The Religion of the Church of Rome exhibited 

according to her Infallible Councils, Preston, 1 825 

Donat. Pam. 91 

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74 RELIGION, 

Raven Rev, T., The Claims of the Roman Catholic Church to 
Universal Supremacy, briefly examined and confuted, 
Lond. 1825 Donat. Pam. 91 

The Claims of the Roman Church to Infallibility iiv 

the interpretation of the Holy Scriptures, and the right 
of withholding them from public inspection, briefly ex- 
amined and confuted, Lond. 1825 Donat. Pam. 91 

Remarks on a Pamphlet entitled, " The Grounds on which the 
Church of England separated from the Church of Rome,"" 
Lond. 1809;— Reply to the above, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 154 

Remarks on the Bishop of Lincoln's Charge, at his Visitation in 
May and June, 1794 Donat. Pam. 91 

Remarks upon a late Discourse of Free-thinking, Lond. 1713 

Donat. Pam. 91 

Remarks upon the Abstract of Mr. Sheppard's Discourse to his 
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Donat. Pam. 93 

Rennell Rev. T., Remarks on Scepticism, especially as it is 
connected with the subjects of Organization and Life, 
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Revealed Knowledge of the Prophecies and Times, Zonrf. 1794 

Donat. Pam. 92 

Review of a late Publication entitled " An Inquiry into the 
Consistency of Dr. Troy's Pastoral Instruction," &c., 
Lond. 1793 Donat. Pam. 47 

Review of a Pamphlet entitled "A Protestant's Reply," New- 
castle, 1807 Donat. Pam. 154 

Right of the People to possess the Scriptures without the 
License of a Roman Priest Donat. Pam. 165 

RivETi Andrew, Examen Animadversionum Hugonis Grotii, 
Luyd. Bat. 1642 Donat. Pam. 165 

Roberts W., (Teacher of the Native Unitarian Congregation 
near Madras,) Letter to the Unitarian Society for Pro- 
moting Christian Knowledge, &c. ; with an Introduction 
by the Rev. T. Belsham, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 159 

Letter to the Rev. Thomas Belsham, dated June 17, 

1818, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 166 

Letters to Dr. Thomas Rees and to the Rev. Thomas 

Belsham, dated May 19, and Aug. 17, 1820, Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 166 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 75 

Roberts W., Letter to the Rev. T. Belsham, dated June 27, 
1821, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 166 

Five Letters to the Rev. T. Belsham, to Dr. T. Rees, 

and to the Rev. W. J. Fox, Lond. 1823 

Donat. Pam. 166 
Robinson R., Plan of Lectures on the Principles of Noncon- 
mity, Camb. 1778 Donat. Pam. 166 

Robinson Thos., Scripture Characters ; or, a Practical Improve- 
ment of the principal Histories in the Old and New 
Testament, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Rose Hugh James, An Apology for the Study of Divinity, 
Lond. 1834 Pamphlets, 4 

The Study of Church History Recommended, Lond. 

1834 Pamphlets, 4 

Roy Rammohun, Precepts of Jesus, the Guide to Peace and 
Happiness, extracted from the Books of the New Tes- 
tament, ascribed to the Four Evangelists ; to which are 
added the First and Second Appeal to the Christian 
Public in reply to the Observations of Dr. Marshman, of 
Serampore Lond. 1823 

RussEL W., Reply to Mr. Joseph Benson's farther defence of 
the Methodists, Wolverhampton, 1794 Donat. Pam. 95 
Saint-Real L'Abbe, La Vie de Jesus Christ (Euvres, torn. 3 
Saturday Evening; by the Author of the " Natural History of 
Enthusiasm," 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Scott Rev. Thomas, Remarks on the Refutation of Calvinism, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1811 

The Rights of God Donat. Pam. 102 

Scriptural Magazine, 1826 Donat. Pam. 95 

Seed Jeremiah, (M.A.) Posthumous Works, by Joseph Hall, 

M.A. 2 vols. Lond. 1750 

Selby W., The Creed of Unitarians Identified with that of St. 

Paul, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 166 

Selden John, Birth-day of our Saviour Works, vol. 6 

Serious Address to Unlearned Christians of Trinitarian and 

Calvinistic Sentiments, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 166 

Sharp T., Enquiry into the Causes of Infidelity, Lond. 1730 

Donat. Pam. 90 



76 RELIGION. 

Sheppard John, Inquiry on the Duty of Christians with respect 
to War, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Shute Bp. of Durham, The Grounds on which the Church of 
England separated from the Church of Rome, Lond. 
1807 Donat. Pam. 155 

Simpson John, Essay on the Impropriety of the usual mode of 
Teaching Christian Theology, Lond. 1803 

Donat. Pam. 167 

Slater Rev. E., Letter on the Nature and Extent of Papal 
Authority, Liverpool, 1813 Donat. Pam. 50 

Letter on Roman Catholic Tenets, Liverpool, 1812 

Donat. Pam. 50 

SouTHEY Robert, (LL.D.) Book of the Church, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 

Vindiciae Ecclesise Anglicanse, or a Vindication of the 

" Book of the Church," 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Spry Rev. J. H., Reflections upon the Tendency of a Publica- 
tion entitled " Hints to the Public and the Legislature, 
on the Nature and Effects of Evangelical Preaching," 
Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam. 52 

State and Behaviour of English Catholics, from the Reformation 
to the Year 1781, Lond. 1781 Donat. Pam. 52 

Stone F,, An Unitarian Christian Minister's Plea for Adherence 
to the Church of England, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 52 

Stumbling Blocks Removed ; or, a Rational Defence of the 
Unitarian Faith, Boston, 1791 Donat. Pam. 167 

Sumner Rev. J. B., Apostolical Preaching considered in an 
Examination of St. Paul's Epistles, 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Sumner C. R., The Ministerial Character of Christ, practically 
considered, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Synge Rev. Dr. E., A Sincere Christian and Convert from the 
Church of Rome ; exemplified in the Life of Daniel Herly, 
a poor Irish Peasant, Lond. 1815 Donat. Pam. 155 

Charitable Address to all who are of the Communion 

of the Church of Rome, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 155 

Taylor Isaac, Four Lectures on Spiritual Christianity, delivered 
in the Hanover Square Rooms, London, March, 1841, 
8vo. Lond. 1841 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 77 

Taylor John, (D.D.) Scheme of Scripture Divinity, formed upon 
the plan of the Divine Dispensations; vpith a Vindication 
of the Sacred Writings Watson s Tracts, vol. 1 

Taylor Jeremy, (D.D.) Works, with a Life of the Author, &c. 
by Rev. Reginald Heber, 15 vols. Lond. 1822 

• Christian Consolations Works, vol. 1 

History of the Life and Death of the Holy Jesus 

Works, vols. 2, 3 

Contemplations of the State of Man Works, vol. 3 

The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living and Dying 

Works, vol. 4 

The Doctrine and Practice of Repentance 

Works, vols. 8, 9 

Vindication of the Glory of the Divine Attributes, in 

the question of Original Sin against the Presbyterian 
way of understanding it Works, vol. 9 

The Real Presence and Spiritual of Christ in the 

blessed sacrament, proved against the Doctrine of Tran- 
substantiation Works, vols. 9, 10 

A Dissuasive from Popery Works, vols. 10, 1 1 

Ductor Dubitantium ; or, the Rule of Conscience 

Wor As, vols. 11 — 14 

Tew Rev. E., Resignation no Proof; a Letter to Mr. Jebb, 

with remarks on his Spirit of Protestantism, Lond. 1776 

Donat. Pam. 98 
Thayer Rev. John, Account of the Conversion of, Lond. 1787 

Donat. Pam, 155 
TiLLOTSON Archbp., A Dissuasive from Popery, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 155 
ToMLiNE Bp., Refutation of Calvinism; in which the Doctrines 
and Tenets maintained by Calvin are proved to be con- 
trary to Scripture and to the Public Formularies of the 
Church of England, 8vo. Lond. 1812 

ToMLiNSON John C, (M.A.) The Science of Phrenology con- 
sistent with the Doctrine of Christianity 

Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

TouLMiN J., Review of the Preaching of the Apostles, Lond. 

1804 Donat. Pam. 167 

TowNSEND Rev. G., The Accusations of History against the 

Church of Rome, 8vo. Lond. 1825 



78 RELIGION. 

Tracts for the Times. By Members of the University of 
Oxford, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

VOL 1. 

No. 1 Thoughts on the Ministerial Commission, addressed to the Clergy 

2 The Catholic Church 

3 Thoughts respectfully addressed to the Clergy on Alterations in 

the Liturgy 

4 Adherence to the Apostolical Succession the Safest Course 

. 5 A Short Address to his Brethren on the Nature and Constitution 
of the Church of Christ, and of the Branch of it established 
in England. By a Layman 

6 The Present Obligation of Primitive Practice 

7 The Episcopal Church Apostolical 

8 The Gospel a Law of Liberty 

9 On Shortening the Church Service 

10 Heads of a Week-day Lecture, delivered to a Country Congre- 

gation, in shire 

11 The Visible Church. Letters 1 and 2 

12 Bishops, Priests, and Deacons 

13 Sunday Lessons. — The Principle of Selection 

14 The Ember Days 

15 On the Apostolical Succession of the English Church 

16 Advent 

17 The Ministerial Commission, a Trust from Christ for the Benefit 

of his People 

18 Thoughts on the Benefits of the System of Fasting enjoined by 

our Church 

19 On arguing concerning the Apostolical Succession 

20 The Visible Church. Letter 3 

21 Mortification of the Flesh, a Scripture Duty 

22 The Athanasian Creed 

23 The Faith and Obedience of Churchmen, the Strength of the 

Church 

24 The Scripture View of the Apostolic Commission 

25 Bp. Beveridge on the great Necessity and Advantage of Public 

Prayer 

26 Bp. Beveridge on the Necessity and Advantage of frequent Com- 

munion 

27 28 Bp. Cosin on the Doctrine of the Eucharist 

29 30 Christian Liberty : or. Why should we belong to the Church 
of England. By a Layman 

31 The Reformed Church 

32 The Standing Ordinances of Religion 

33 Primitive Episcopacy 

34 Rites and Customs of the Church 

35 The People's Interest in their Minister's Commission 

36 Account of Religious Sects at present existing in England 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 7^ 

No. 37 Bp. Wilson's Form of Excommunication 

38 Via Media.— No. 1 

89 Bp. Wilson's Form of receiving Penitents 

40 Baptism 

41 Via Media.— No. 2 

42 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 1. — Sunday 

43 Length of the Public Service 

44 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 2. — Monday 

45 The Grounds of our Faith 

46 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 3. — Tuesday 

Records of the Church. 

I Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians 

II Epistle of Ignatius to the Magnesians 

III The Apostle St. John and the Robber 

IV Epistle of Ignatius to Polycarp 

V Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians 

VI Account of the Martyrs of Lyons and Vienne 

VII Epistle of Ignatius to the Smy means , 

VIII Epistle of Ignatius to the Romans 

IX The Martyrdom of Ignatius at Rome 

X Epistle of Ignatius to the Philadelphians 

XI Account of the Martyrdom of St. James the Apostle 

XII The Martyrdom of Polycarp 

XIII Justin Martyr on Primitive Christian Worship 

XIV Irenoeus on the Rule of Faith 

XV The Temporal Condition and the Principles of Christians from 

the Epistle of Diognetus 

XVI Address of Clement of Alexandria to the Heathens 
XVII, XVIII TertuUian on the Rule of Faith 

VOL 2. 

47 The Visible Church. Letter 4 

48 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 4. — Wed- 

nesday 

49 The Kingdom of Heaven 

50 Bp, Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 4. — Wed- 

nesday, (concluded) 

51 On Dissent without Reason in Conscience 

52 Sermon for St. Matthias' Day. No. 1 

53 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 5. — Thursday 

54 Sermon for the Annunciation. No. 2 

55 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office No. 5. — Thurs- 

day, (continued) 

56 Holydays observed in the English Church 

57 Sermon for St. Mark's Day. No. 3 

58 On the Church, as viewed by Faith and by the World 



80 RELIGION. 

No. 59 The Position of the Church of Christ in England relatively to the 
State of the Nation 

60 Sermon for St. Philip and St. Jude. No. 4 

61 The Catholic Church a Witness against Illiberality 

62 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 5 Thurs- 

day, (concluded) 

63 The Antiquity of the existing Liturgies 

64 Bp. Bull on the ancient Liturgies 

65 Bp. Wilson's Meditations on his Sacred Office. No. 6. — Friday 

and Saturday 

66 Thoughts on the Benefit of Fasting. Supplement to Tract 18 
67 — 69 Scriptural Views of Holy Baptism 

70 Notes to the Scriptural Views of Holy Baptism 

Records of the Chdkch. 
XIX, XX, XXI St. Cyprian on the Unity of the Church 

XXII TertuUian on Baptism 

XXIII The Martyrdom of St. Felix and St. Lawrence 
XXiy, XXV St. Vincent of Lerins on the Tests of Heresy 

VOL 3. 

71 On the Controversy with the Romanists 

72 Archbp. Usher on Prayers for the Dead 

73 On the Introduction of Rationalistic Principles into Religion 

74 Catena Patrum. No. 1. — Testimony of Writers in the later 

English Church, to the Doctrine of the Apostolical Succes- 
sion 

75 On the Roman Breviary as embodying the substance of the Devo- 

tional Services of the Church Catholic 

76 Catena Patrum. No. 2. — Testimony of Writers in the later 

English Church, to the Doctrine of Baptismal Regeneration 

77 Dr. Pusey's answer to a Pamphlet professed to be a " Pastoral 

Epistle from the Pope to some Members of the University 
of Oxford" 

VOL 4. 

78 Catena Patrum. No. 3 Testimony of Writers in the later 

English Church, to the Duty of Maintaining quod semper, 
quod ubique, quod ab omnibus traditum est 

79 On Purgatory 

80 On Reserve in Communicating Religious Knowledge 

81 Catena Patrum. No. 4. — Testimony of Writers in the later 

English Church, to the Doctrine of the Eucharist Sacrifice, 
with an Historical Account of the changes made in the 
Liturgy as to the Expression of that Doctrine 

82 Letter to a Magazine on the Subject of Dr. Pusey's Tract on 

Baptism 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 81 

VOL. 5. 

No. 83 Advent Sermons on Antichrist 

84 Whether a Clergyman of the Church of England be now bound 

to have Morning and Evening Prayers daily in his parish 
church ? 

85 Lectures on the Scripture Proofs of the Doctrines of the Church 

86 Indications of a Superintending Providence in the preservation oF 

the Prayer Book, and in the changes which it has undergone 

87 On Reserve in Communicating Religious Knowledge, (conclusion) 

88 The Greek Devotions of Bp. Andrews, translated and arranged 

VOL 6. 

89 On the Mysticism attributed to the Early Fathers of the Church 

90 Remarks on Certain Passages in the Thirty-Nine Articles 

Tracts for the Times, No. 90 ; — Remarks on certain Passages 
in the Thirty-Nine Articles Donat. Pam. 106 

Trivett E., The Baptists Vindicated, from some groundless 
and false Charges brought against them by the author of 
a pamphlet intitled " Miscellaneous Poems," Norwich, 
1770 Donat. Pam. 98 

True Plan (The) of a Living Temple ; or Man considered in his 
proper relation to the ordinary occupations and pursuits 
of Life, 3 vols. 12mo. Edinb. ISHO 

Two Useful Cases Resolved; I. Whether a certainty of being 
in a state of Salvation be attainable ? II. What is the 
Rule by which this certainty is to be obtained? Lond. 
1685 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Ueber formliche Wahrheit und Kirkliche Freyheit, Frankf. 
1818 Donat. Pam. Q5 

Unitarian's (The) Appeal Donat. Pam. 167 

Unitarian's (The) Appeal, in Answer to the Appeal of the 
Unitarian, Wit ham, 1819 Donat. Pam. 167 

Vaughan Rev. Robt., The Causes of the Corruptions of Chris- 
tianity, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

View of the Articles of the Protestant and Popish Faith, Lond. 
1818 Donat. Pam. 155 

Vindication of the Religious and Civil Principles of the Irish 
Catholics, Dublin, 1823 Donat. Pam. 56 

Vindication of the Remarks on the Charge of the Bishop of 
Durham, Newcastle, 1808 Donat. Pam. 155 

M 



82 RELIGION. 

ViNDiciiE Britannicse ; A Vindication of the People from the 
Charge of Blasphemy Pamphleteer, vol. 19 

Voltaire, Theologie de (Euvres, tom. 6, parts 1, 2 

Warburton Wm., (D.D. Bp. of Gloucester) Works, by Bishop 
Hurd, 12 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1811 

The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated 

Works, vols. 1 — 6 

Doctrine of Grace ; or the office and operations of 

the Holy Spirit vindicated from the insults of Infidelity 
and the abuses of Fanaticism Works, vol. 8 

Controversial Tracts Works, vols. 11, 12 

View of Lord Bolingbroke's Philosophy Works, \o\. 12 



Was wunschen und erwarten die Seelsorgen von den neuen 
Bischofen, &c. Straubing, 1818 Donat. Pam. 175 

Waterland Rev. D., (D.D.) Vindication of Christ's Divinity; 
being a Defence of some Queries relating to Dr. Clarke's 
scheme of the Holy Trinity Works, vol. 1, part 2 

An Answer to Dr. Whitby's Reply respecting his 

book entitled " Disquisitiones Modestse" Works, vol. 2 

The Case of Arian Subscription Considered ; with 

Supplement Works, vol. 2 

A second Vindication of Christ's Divinity, &c. 

Works, vol. 3 

■ A farther Vindication of Christ's Divinity, in Answer 

to a pamphlet, entitled *' Observations on Dr. Waterland's 
second Defence" Works, vol. 4 

• Answer to some Queries printed at Exon, relating to 

the Arian Controversy Works, vol. 4 

• The Scriptures and the Arians compared Works, vol. 4 

Five Letters to Mr. Staunton Works, vol. 4 

A Dissertation upon the Argument o priori, for 

proving the Existence of a First Cause Works, vol. 4 

Importance of the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity 

'asserted ; in reply to some pamphlets Works, vol. 5 

A Summary View of the Doctrine of Justification 

Works, vol. 9 
Letters to the Rev. Mr. Lewis, John Loveday, Esq., 



and others T^or^s, vol. 10 

Watson Richard, (D.D. Bp. of LandafF) Collection of Theolo- 
gical Tracts, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1791 



CONTROVERSIAL WRITERS, ETC. 83 

Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Essay on the Powers and Contests of 
Flesh and Spirit Works, vol. 1 

Defence against the Temptation to Self-Murder 

Works, vol. 2 

— Humility represented in the Character of St. Paul 

Works, vol. 2 

Strength and Weakness of Human Reason ; or the 

important Question about the Sufficiency of Reason to 
conduct Mankind to Religion and future Happiness, 
argued between an Inquiring Deist and a Christian 
Divine Works, vol. 2 

Humble Attempt towards the Revival of Practical 

Religion among Christians Works, vol. 3 

Guide to Prayer Works, vol. 3 

Orthodoxy and Charity United ; nine Essays 

Works, vol. 3 
Prayers for Children Works, vol. 3 

Questions proper for Students in Divinity, Candidates 

of the Ministry, and Young Christians Works, vol. 3 

The Redeemer and the Sanctifier, or the Sacrifice of 

Christ Works, vol. 3 

•> Self- Love and Virtue reconciled only by Religion 

Works, vol. 3 

Short View of the whole Scripture History, &c. 

Works, vol. 3 

Caveat against Infidelity ; or the Danger of Apostacy 

from the Christian Faith Works, vol. 4 

Harmony of all Religions which God ever prescribed 

Works, vol. 4 

Rational Foundation of a Christian Church, and the 

Terms of Christian Communion Works, vol. 5 

Christian Doctrine of the Trinity Works, vol. 6 

Essays on the Freedom of Will in God and in 

Creatures, and on various subjects connected therewith 

Works, vol. 6 
Ruin and Recovery of Mankind ; or an attempt to 



Vindicate the Scriptural Accounts of these great Events, 

&c. Works, vol. 6 

Watts T., Catholicism Indefensible Donat. Pam. 100 



84 RELIGION. 

Webster S., True Loyalty on Christian Principles, Norwich, 
1804 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Webster W., Discourses on the Nature of Error in Doctrines 
merely Speculative, Land. 1729 Donat. Pam. 161 

Wellbeloved C, Three Letters to the Ven. and Rev. Francis 
Wrangham, in reply to his remarks on Unitarianism and 
Unitarians, York, 1823 Donat. Pam. 101 

Whately Richard, (D.D.) Essays on some of the Peculiarities 
of the Christian Religion, 8vo. Oxf. 1825 

The Kingdom of Christ Delineated, in two Essays on 

our Lord's own account of his person and of the nature 
of his Kingdom, and on the Constitution, Powers, and 
Ministry of a Christian Church as appointed by himself, 
8vo. Lond. 1841 

Whiston W., Reflections on an Anonymous Pamphlet, entitled 
" A Discourse of Free-Thinking," Lond. 1713 

Donat. Pam. 100 

White Rev. J. B., Practical and Internal Evidence against 
Catholicism, 8 vo. Lond. 1825 

Wilberforce W., Practical View of the prevailing Religious 
Systems of Professed Christians in the higher and middle 
classes in this country, contrasted with real Christianity, 
8vo. Lond. 1829 

Witchcraft, The Impossibility of, plainly proved from Scripture 
and Reason, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 81 

Witsius H., (D.D.) Essay on the Use and Abuse of Reason in 
matters of Religion, translated from the Latin by John 
Carter, Norwich, 1795 Donat. Pam. 101 

WoMOCK L., (D.D.) Pulpit-Conceptions, Popular-Deceptions; 
or, the Grand Debate resumed in point of Prayer, Lond. 
1662 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Safe Advice for a Sound Protestant, Lond. 1679 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Wright R., Essay on the Necessity and Utility of adhering to 
First Principles of Religion, Wisbech, 1805 

Donat. Pam. 167 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 85 



SECTION XIII. 

Transactions 8^c. of Religious Societies. 

Abauzit T., (D.D.) Motives offered for declining the invitation 
to become a Member of an Auxiliary Society to the 
British and Foreign Bible Society, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 102 

Address (A Respectful) to the Members of the Society for Pro- 
moting Christian Knowledge, on certain Inconsistencies 
and Contradictions which have appeared in some of the 
Books and Tracts of that Society, Lond. 1816 

Donat. Pam. 47 

Attempts for the Instruction and Conversion of the Jews 

Donat. Pam. 158 

Blake Rev. R. F., Observations upon, and an explicit Reply 
to the Rev. G. Jarvis's Letter to the Rev. W. Jewell, on 
the subject of Mr. Jewell's Reasons for not accepting an 
Invitation to join the Branch Bible Society at Aylsham, 
Norwich^ 1824 Donat. Pam. 68 

British and Foreign Bible Society, Reports of the, from the 
commencement in 1805 

British and Foreign Bible Society, Monthly Extracts from the 
Correspondence of the, from 1818 

Carlow Bible Society, Report of the Proceeding at the Anni- 
versary, 1824 Donat. Pam. 151 

Chalmers Thomas, (D.D.) The Influence of Bible Societies on 
the Temporal Necessities of the Poor, Edinb. 1818 

Speeches and Tracts 

Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East, Summary 
View of the Designs and Proceedings of the, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 160 

Correspondence on the Formation, Objects, and Plan of the 
Roman Catholic Bible Society, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 11 



86 RELIGION. 

Daubeny Rev. C, Discourse, giving a Churchman's Reasons 
for declining a Connection with the Bible Society 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Reasons for Supporting the Society for Christian 

Knowledge, in preference to the New Bible Society, 
Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 13 

Dealtry Rev. W., Review of Mr. Norris's Attack upon the 
British and Foreign Bible Society, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 74 

Glover Rev. G., Reply to the Rev. R. Forby's Letters to the 
Lord Bishop of Norwich, on the Speeches addressed to 
the Church Missionary and Auxiliary Bible Societies at 
Norwich, Oct. 8, 1814 Donat. Pam. 78 

Gurney Jos. John, Terms of Union : — Remarks addressed to 
the Members of the British and Foreign Bible Society, 
Norwich, 1833 Minor Works, vol. 2 

Hall Rev. R,, Speech at a Meeting of the Auxiliary Bible 
Society, Leicester, July 15, 1817 Donat. Pam. 78 

HoBSON Rev. L. J., Thoughts on the circulation of the Holy 
Scriptures, and on the British and Foreign Bible Society, 
Doncaster, 1811 Donat. Pam. 80 

Letter to the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, on the 
subject of the Attack made by his Lordship upon the 
British and Foreign Bible Society, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pain. 83 

London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews, 
Reports of the, from the commencement in 1809 

Marsh Charles, Speech on the India Mission Bill 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Marsh Dr. H., Answer to the second Letter of the Rt. Hon. 
N. Vansittart Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Missionary Box Donat, Pam. 85 

Missionary Herald, containing Intelligence of the Proceedings, 
8cc. of the Baptist Missionary Society, from the com- 
mencement in 1819 

Missionary Society, (The London) Abstract of the Report of 
the Directors to the 29th General Meeting, Lond. 1823 

Donat. Pam. 164 

Missionary Society, Transactions of the, for July, 1823 

Donat. Pam. 84 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 87 

Norfolk and Suffolk Auxiliary Bible Societies, Proceedings of 
the Meetings holden at Norwich and Ipswich, in Sept. 
and Dec. 1811 Donat. Pam. 106 

O'Callaghan Rev. A., Thoughts on the Tendency of Bible 
Societies, as affecting the Established Church and Chris- 
tianity Itself, Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 39 

Owen Rev. J., Extracts of Letters on the Objects and Con- 
nexions of the British and Foreign Bible Society, Lond. 
1819 Donat. Pam. %9 

Phillips C, Speech at the Foreign and British Bible Society, 
Nov. 4, 1819 Donat. Pam. 89 

Proceedings of the Society for Missions to Africa and the 
East, Instituted by Members of the Established Church,' 
from the formation of the Society in 1801 to 1820 (except 
1813,14, 17) 

Remarks on the propriety of Applying the Funds of the British 
and Foreign Bible Society to the circulation of such 
Foreign Versions as contain the Apocrypha, Lond. 1825 

Donat. Pam. 92 

Serampore Mission, Translations, and Schools, Tracts relating 
to the Donat. Pam. 107 

Simeon Rev. C, Letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Teignmouth, in 
Vindication of the Proceedings of the Bible Society 
against " the Statement of the Edinburgh Bible Society 
relative to the Circulation of the Apocrypha," Lond. 1825 

Donat. Pam. 96 

Sketch (Brief) of various attempts which have been made to 
diffuse a Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures through the 
medium of the Irish Language, Dublin, 1818 

Donat. Pam. 68 

Smyth Rev. C. J., Speech on the Conversion of the Jews, 
Norwich, 1817 Donat. Pam. 96 

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Summary Account 
of, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 96 

Statement of the Leading Transactions of the British and 
Foreign Bible Society Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Thomas Rev. J., Address to a Meeting holden at Bath, Dec. I, 
1817, for the purpose of forming a Church Missionary 
Society in that City Pamphleteer, vol. 11 



88 RELIGION. 

Unitarian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Rules 
of the, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 166 

Vansittart Rt. Hon. N., Three Letters on the subject of the 
British and Foreign Bible Society, addressed to the Rev. 
Dr. Marsh and John Coker, Esq., Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 99 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Way Rev. L., Letter to the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of St. 

David's on Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews, 
Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 100 

Reviewers Reviewed ; or, Observations on an Article 

in the British Critic, for Jan. 1819, entitled "On the 
London Society for Converting the Jews," Lond. 1819 

Donat. Pam. 100 
WiLBERFORCE W., Spccchcs on the India Mission Bill 

Pamphleteer, vol. 3 
Wilson D., Defence of the Church Missionary Society against 
the Objections of the Rev. J. Thomas, Lond. 1818 

Donat. Pam. 100 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Wordsworth C, (D.D.) Letter to the Right Hon. Lord 
Teignmoutb, President of the British and Foreign Bible 
Society, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 57 



SECTION XIV. 
Pagan and Mahometan Religions. 

BioGRAPHiE Universelle Ancienne et Moderne, tome 53 et 54 
Partie Mythologique Paris, 1832 

Blackwell ThoB., Letters concerning Mythology, 8vo. 

Lond. 1748 
Bryant J., An Analysis of Ancient Mythology, 6 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1807 



PAGAN AND MAHOMETAN RELIGIONS. 89 

Cory Isaac Preston, Mythological Enquiry into the Recondite 
Theology of the Heathens, 18mo. Lond. 1837 

Farmer Hugh, The General Prevalence of the Worship of 
Human Spirits in the Ancient Heathen Nations, Asserted 
and Proved, Svo. Lond. 1783 

FoRSTER Rev. C, Mahometanism Unveiled, 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1829 

Hyde T., Veterum Persarum et Parthorum et Medorum Reli- 
gionis Historia, 4to. Oxf. 1760 

Koran, (The) commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed, 
translated with Notes, and a preliminary Discourse by 
Geo. Sale, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1801 

Mills Charles, History of Muhammedanism, Svo. Lond. 1818 

Pluche M., Histoire du Ciel, considere selon les idees des 
Poetes, des Philosophes et de Mo'ise, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Pans, 1739 

Pluto, on the Presence of, in Elysium Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Prideaux Humphrey, (D.D.) The True Nature of Imposture 
fully displayed in the Life of Mahomet, Svo. Lond. 1712 

8elden J., De Diis Syris Syntagmata Opera, tom. 3 

Taylor T., Dissertation on the Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries 

Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Ward Wm., A View of the History, Literature, and Mythology 
of the Hindoos, 3 vols. Svo. Lond. 1822 



CLASS THE SECOND. 



Siirtsprulrmce, #obemmentt aulr 
politics. 



SECTION I. 

Law of Nature and Nations. — Treaties. 

Austin John, The Province of Jurisprudence Determined, 8vo. 

Lond. 1832 
Brown J., The Mysteries of Neutralization ; or the British Navy 

Vindicated from the Charges of Injustice and Oppression 

towards Neutral Flags, Lond. 1806 Donat. Pam. 6 

GaoTius Hugo, de Jure Belli ac Pacis; notis Gronovii et 

Barbeyrac, 2 torn. 8vo. Amst. 1720 

Montesquieu Ch., De L'Esprit des Lois (Euvres, tom. 2 — 5 

Spirit of Laws, Translated by Nugent, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1752 
Commentaire sur I'Esprit des Lois de, par le Comte 

Destutt de Tracy, avec observations de Condorcet sur le 

29me livre (Euvres, tom. 8 

NoN-EsTABLiSHMENT of Liberty in Spain, Naples, Portugal, and 

Piedmont, explained Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

PuFFENDORF S., De Officio Hominis et Civis juxta Legem 

Naturalem, per T. Johnson, 8vo. Lond. 1758 

Remarks on the Barrier Treaty between Her Majesty and the 

States General, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 91 



92 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Right and Practice of Impressment, as concerning Great Britain 
and America, considered Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Rymeu T., Foedera, Conventiones, Literae, et cujuscunque generis 
Acta Publica, inter Reges Anglise et alios quosvis Impe- 
ratores, Reges, Pontifices, Principes, vel Communitates, 
ab ineunte sseculo duodecimo (viz. ab anno 1101) ad 
nostra usque tempora habita aut tractata, 10 tom. folio 

Hagoe Com. 1739—45 

Selden J., Mare Clausum seu de Dominio Maris Opera, tom. 4 

Treaty between Her Majesty and the States General, Lond. 
1712 Donat. Pam. 98 

Vattel M. de, Law of Nations, 8vo. Lo7id. 1811 

AViCQUEFORT M. de, Memoires touchant les Ambassadeurs et 
les Ministres Publics, 12mo. Haye, 1677 

WiLEERFORCE W. Letter to, on the Subject of Impressment 

Pamphleteer, vol. 24 



SECTION II. 
Canon and Civil Law, and Foreign Laws. 

Account of the whole Proceedings against Henry Lord Bishop 
of London, Lond. 1688 Donat. Pam. 4to. 4 

Butler Charles, Horee Juridicee Subsecivee ; being Notes re- 
specting the Geography, Chronology, and Literary His- 
tory of the principal Codes and original Documents 
of the Grecian, Roman, Feudal, and Canon Law 

Works, vol. 2 

Chateaubriand Viscount, On the Censorship recently estab- 
lished in France Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Code Napoleon, 12mo. Paris, 1810 

Codex Theodosianus, cum perpetuis commentariis Jacobi Gotho- 
fredi, 6 tom. in 3, folio Lugd. 1665 

Constitutions, Recueil des, depuis i'an 8 Donat. Pam. 60 



CANON AND CIVIL LAW. 93 

Constitution de la Monarchic Espagnole decretee par les 
Cortes extraordinuires du Royaume assemblees k Cadiz 
en 1811 et 1812, traduite de i'Espagnol, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 58 

De Pradt M., Lettre a un Electeur de Paris, Paris, 1817 

Donat. Pam. 63 

DiCTioNNAiRE de Jurisprudence, 8 torn, in 7 Ency. Method. 

DicTioNNAiRE de Jurisprudence, torn. 9 et 10 contenants la 
Police et les Municipalites Ency. Method. 

Discussion on the Spanish Question Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

DuPiN M., Proems du Constitutionnel Pamphleteer, yo\. 26 

Edict of Diocletian, fixing a Maximum of Prices throughout the 
Roman Empire, a.d, 303, Lond. 1826 Pamphlets, 1 

Gibson E,, (D.D,) Codex Juris Ecclesiastici Anglicani; or the 
Statutes, Constitutions, Canons, Rubricks, and Articles 
of the Church of England, 2 vols, folio Oxf. 1761 

Justinian Imp., Corpus Juris Civilis, cum notis D. Gothofredi, 
folio Geneves, 1624 

Litters Pii Papse Sexti Super Juramento Civico, Romce, 1791 

Donat. Pam. 62 

Locke John, Fundamental Constitutions of Carohna 

Works, vol. 3 

Penal Code of France, with a Dissertation and Notes, 8vo. 

Lond. 1819 

Selden J., On the Disposition of Intestates Goods Opera, tom. 6 



SECTION III. 
Commmi and Statute Law of England, 

Act for Consolidating and Amending the Laws relating to the 
Building, Repairing, and Regulating of certain Goals and 
Houses of Correction in England and Wales [1823] 

Donat. Pam. folio 



94 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Act tQ enable His Majesty more effectually to provide for the 
Defence and Security of the Realm during the present 
War [1798] Donat. Pam. folio 

Act to amend the preceding [1803] Donat. Pam. folio 

Apprentice Laws, Origin, Object, and Operation of, 

Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Assaults, Letter to the Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, on the present 
state of the Law with respect to, Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Bacon Lord, Law Tracts Works, vol. 4 

Bankes G., Reconsiderations on certain proposed Alterations of 
the Game Laws, Lond. 1825 Donat. Pam. 102 

Beames J., Observations on the Power exercised by the Court 
of Chancery of depriving a Father of the Custody of his 
Children Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Benj AFIELD J., Statement of Facts, together with the Trial of 
the Printer and Proprietor of the County Chronicle for a 
Libel, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 67 

Bentham Jeremy, Indications respecting Lord Eldon, including 
History of the pending Judges' Salary- Raising Measure 

Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Bird C, Letters to the Rt. Hon. R. Peel, M.P. on the Effect 
and Object of his Alteration in the Law of England, with 
reference to the extension of the Jurisdiction of Justices 
of the Peace Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Blackstone Sir W., Commentaries on the Laws of England, by 
Prof. Christian, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1809 

Brougham H., Speech in the House of Commons, Feb. 7, 1828, 
on the present state of the Law of the Country 

Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Brydges Sir E., Reasons for a farther Amendment of the Act, 
54 Geo. ni, c. 156, being an Act to amend the Copyright 
Act of Queen Anne Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Burn Richard, (LL.D.) The Justice of the Peace, by G. Chet- 
wynd, with Supplement, 6 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1820 — 23 

BuTLEK C, On the Legality of Impressing Seamen 

Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Case of Edmund Rolfe, Esq. Appellant, and John Peterson and 
Son, Respondents, which was heard at the Bar of the 
House of Lords, on Feb. 17 and 18, 1772, Norwich, 1772 

Donat. Pam. 70 



COMMON AND STATUTE LAW. 95 

Cassan Rev. S. H., Who Wrote the Letters? or a Statement of 

Facts connected with the Extraordinary Trial, Cassan, 

Clerk, V. Ireland, Clerk Donat. Pam. 7 

Chancery, Observations on the public utility resulting from the 

Jurisdiction of the Court of Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Charges to Grand Juries, delivered at the Quarter Sessions of 

the Peace for the County of Worcester, from 1760 to 

1776, Worcester, 1780 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Clifford A., Letter on the Exclusion of Attorneys from the 

Inner Temple Hall, Land. 1821 Donat. Pam. 8 

Coke Lord, Charge to the Grand Jury at the Norwich Assizes, 

Aug. 4, 1606, containing a just Delineation of Popery, 

Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 9 

Cooke E., Thoughts on the Expediency of Repealing the Usury 

Laws Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Copy-Right Bill, Observations on the Pamphleteer, vol. 18 
Draper Lieut. Col. E. A., Trial of, for a Libel against the Rt. 

Hon. John Sullivan, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 55 

Erskine Lord, Speech in the House of Peers on May 15, 1809, 

on the Bill for preventing Malicious and Wanton Cruelty 

to Animals, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 16 

Frost Charles, On the Propriety of making a Remuneration to 

Witnesses in Civil Actions, for loss of Time, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 
Gardner J., The Student's Guide to the Inner Temple, Lond. 

1819 Donat. Pam. 152 

General Establishment of Register Offices for the Registry of 

Deeds and Wills, and the Collection of the Ad Valorem 

Duties on Conveyances and Mortgages 

Pamphleteer, vol. 12 
GiFFORD John, A Copious Abstract of the Acts of the 4th 

Geo. IV, being the Supplement to " GifFord's Enghsh 

Lawyer" for 1823, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 19 
The Public General Acts of the 5th Geo. IV, passed 

in 1824, Lond. Donat. Pam. 19 

Harvey Charles, Charge to the Grand Jury of the City and 

County of Norwich, Jan. 18, 1793 Donat. Pam. 78 

HiLBERS H. G., Statement of. Partner in the late House of 

Hilbers, James, and Co., by Himself, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 80 



96 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

HoBBES Thos., Dialogue between a Philosopher and a Student, 
of the Common Laws of England Works 

Humphreys James, Observations on the actual State of the 
English Laws of Real Property, with the outlines of a 
Code, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

. Letter to E. B. Sugden, Esq. in Reply to his Remarks 

on the Alterations proposed by James Humphreys, Esq. 
in the English Laws of Real Property, Lond. 1827 

Pamphlets, 2 

Jemmett Henry, On the Injustice and Impolicy of Arrest for 
Debt Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Law, Remarks on the present State of the, its Administration 
and Abuses Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Letter to B. Barne, Esq. in Reply to a Letter on the Exclusion 
of Attorneys from the Inner Temple Hall, Lond. 1831 

Donat. Pam. 29 

LoNGLEY John, Observations on the Trial by Jury 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Magna Charta; to which is added an authentic Copy of the 
Bill of Rights, with Notes by B. Curwen, Esq. Lond. 
1810 Donat. Pam. 32 

Maugham R., Treatise on the Principles of the Usury Laws 

Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Mills James, On the Leasing of Tithes, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 34 

Montagu Basil, Inquiry respecting the Insolvent Debtor's Bill 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Objections to Creating a Vice-Chancellor of England 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Observations occasioned by a Pamphlet entitled "Objections 
to the project of Creating a Vice-Chancellor of England," 
Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 38 

Observations on the present Law of Debtor and Creditor, 
and Remarks on the Law of Imprisonment for Debt, 
Manchester, 1836 Donat. Pam. 106 

Paris J. A., (M.D.) and Fonblanque J. S. M., Medical Juris- 
prudence, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Parkes S., Remarks upon the Action brought by Messrs. 
Severn, King, and Co. against the Imperial Insurance 
Company, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 90 



COMMON AND STATUTE LAW. 97 

Parliament, Abstract of six Acts of, for the Repression of 
Blasphemy, Treason, and Sedition ; and the Regulation 
of Public Meetings, and Rooms for Public Lectures, or 
Readings, Lond. 1820 Donat. Pam. 1 

Parliament, Act of, for Granting to his Majesty additional 
Duties on the amount of Assessments to be charged on 
the Profits arising from Property, Possessions, Trades, 
and Offices, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 1 

Parliament, Act of, to Repeal certain parts of the foregoing 
Act, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 1 

Parliament, Act of, for making perpetual, the several sums of 
Money now charged in Great Britain as a Land Tax for 
one Year, from March 25, 1798, Lond. 1798 

Doyxat. Pam. 39 

Parliament, Act of, to enlarge the time limited for the Re- 
demption of the Land Tax, Lond. 1798 

Donat. Pam. 38 

Paul John, Laws relative to Landlords, Tenants, and Lodgers; 
with Additions, &c. by J, L Maxwell, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 41 

Petty Constable's Guide in making up the Jury List, Lond. 
1821 Donat. Pam. 89 

Phillips Mr., Speech of, delivered in the Court of Common 
Pleas, Dublin, in the Case of Guthrie v. Sterne, for 
Adultery Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

PiCTON Col. T., Evidence taken at Port of Spain, Island of 
Trinidad, in the Case of Luisa Calderon, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 42 

Plowden F., Refutation of the Charge of having Improvidently 
and Maliciously advised the Prosecution in the Case of 
the King, v. Graham, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 43 

Prater Henry, An Essay upon the Law respecting Husband 
and Wife, Lond. 1834 Donat. Pam. 105 

Prospectus of a Law Institution to be Established in or near 
Chancery Lane, London Donat. Pam. 44 

Regiam Majestatem, Observations on the Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Report of an Interesting Case in which Mr. Francis Doyle, 
Merchant, was Plaintiff, and Sir T. J. Fitzgerald, High 
Sheriff of the County of Tipperary, in 1798, was Defend- 
ant, Dublin, 1803 Donat. Pam. 47 

o 



98 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Report of the Proceedings on the Trials of Henry and John 
Sheares, Esqrs., John M'Cann, Gent., W. M. Bryne, 
Esq., and OHver Bond, Merchant, for High Treason, 
Dublin, 1798 Donat. Pam. 47 

Rouse W., Remarks on the Comparative Value of Freehold and 
Copyhold Land Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Selden J., Dissertatio ad Fletam Opera, tom. 4 

The Duello Opera, tom. 5 

Notes on Fortescue de laudibus legum Anglige 

Opera, tom. 6 

■- — Notes on Hengham's Summa Opera, tom. 6 

On Judicature in Parliament Opera, tom. 6 

Speech of the Rt. Hon. Henry Earl of Warrington, Lord 
Delamere, to the Grand Jury at Chester, April 13, 1692 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Spelman Sir Henry, Reliquiae Spelmannianse ; the Posthumous 

Works of Sir Henry Spelman, relating to the Laws, &c. 

of England Works 

The Original of the Four Terms of the Year Works 

State Trials, (Complete Collection of) from the Eleventh Year 
of the Reign of King Richard H, to the Sixteenth Year 
of the Reign of King George HI, with a preface, &c. by 
Francis Hargrave, Esq., 11 vols, folio Lond. 1776 — 81 
SuGDEN E. B., Considerations on the Rate of Interest, and on 
Redeemable Annuities Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Letter to James Humphreys, Esq., on his proposal to 

Repeal the Laws of Real Property, and Substitute a New 
Code, Lond. 1826 Pamphlets, 3 

Letter to J. Williams, Esq., M.P., in Reply to his 



Observations on the Abuses of the Court of Chancery 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Trials of the Offenders apprehended for the Riots in the 
Borough of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, Oct. 27, 1792 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Tucker A. G. C, Supplement to the Observations intended to 
prove that tlie Judgment of his Honor ihe late Master of 
the Rolls, in the great cause of the Marquis Cholmonde- 
ley, and the Hon. Mrs. Damer, versus Lord Clinton, is 
Unfounded in Law, and Inconsistent with Equity, Exeter, 
1818 Donat. Pam. 55 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. 99 

Tucker A. G. C, Remarks on the Opinion of three of the 
Judges in Lord CHnton's Case, Ashburton, 1819 

Donat. Pam. 55 

Tyrwhitt R. p., The Marriage Act, passed July 22, 1822, 
Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 99 

Windham Rt. Hon. W., Speech in the House of Commons, 
June 13, 1809, on Lord Erskine's Bill, for the more 
effectual Prevention of Cruelty towards Animals, Lond. 
1810 Donat. Pam. 56 

WiNTERBOTHAM W., Trial of, for Seditious Words, Lond. 1794 

Donat. Pam. 101 



SECTION IV. 
English Constitution and Politics. 



Adair Mr., Two Letters to the Bishop of Winchester, in Answer 
to the Charge of a High Treasonable Misdemeanour, 
brought by his lordship against Mr. Fox and himself, 
Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 5 

Addison Jos., On the Present State of the War, and the Neces- 
sity of an Augmentation considered, 1707 Works, vol. 4 

Address to her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte on her 
Marriage Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Address to the Christian Proprietors and Freeholders of Great 
Britain, by an Unrepresented Christian Layman, Lond. 
1830 Donat. Pam. 105 

All at Stake, Hannover or Perkin, in a Letter to a Country 
Clergyman, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 158 

Allen John, Inquiry into the Rise and Growth of the Royal 
Prerogative in England, 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Answer to Mr. Pitts's Attack upon Earl St. Vincent and the 
Admiralty, Lond. 1804 Donat. Pam. 2 



100 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Answer to the Secret Transactions with WilHam Gregg, in 

Newgate, Lond. 1711 Donat. Pam. 158 

Anticipation of Marginal Notes, on the declaration of the 

British Government of the ninth of January, 1813 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 
Apology (An) for the Royal Party, with a Touch at the pretended 

" Plea for the Army," 1659 In Evelyn's Misc. Writings 
Appeal in Defence of the Constitution in Church and State, 

Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 2 

Appeal of Adm. Byng to the People, 1756 Donat. Pam. 2 
Appeal to the Legislature for the Repeal of the Act regulating 

the Marriage of the Royal Family Pamphleteer, vol. 3 
Argument showing that a Standing Army is Inconsistent with a 

Free Government Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Bacon Lord, Political Works Works, vol. 3 

Bacon R, M., Independent Remarks on the Queen's Case, 

Norwich, 1820 Donat. Pam. 102 
Letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount Stormont and 

Sir James Scarlett, Knt. Pamphlets, 6 

Bentham Jeremy, Defence of Economy against the late Mr. 

Burke Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Defence of Economy against the Rt. Hon. G. Rose, 

M.P. Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Leading Principles of a Constitutional Code for any 

State Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legisla- 
tion, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

A Fragment on Government, 8vo. Lond. 1776 

The Rationale of Reward, 8vo. Lond. 1825 



Berkeley Bp., An Essay towards Preventing the Ruin of 
Great Britain Works, vol. 3 

Berry J., A Plain Statement of Facts, Norwich, 1821 

Donat. Pam. 67 

Beverley John, Trial of William Fiend, M.A., for Writing and 
Publishing a Pamphlet, intitled *' Peace and Union re- 
commended to the Associated Bodies of Republicans and 
Anti-Republicans, Camb. 1793 Donat. Pam. 67 

Boroughs of Great Britain, Entire and Complete History of 
the; together with the Cinque Ports, [by T. H. B. 
Oldfield,] 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1796 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. 101 

Brougham Henry Lord, Speeches of, upon Questions relating 
to Public Rights, Duties, and Interests; with Historical 
Introductions, and a Critical Dissertation upon the 
Eloquence of the Ancients, 4 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1838 

Browne W. J. U., Observations on a Letter addressed by Mr. 
R,. M. Bacon, to Lord Viscount Stormont, and Sir James 
Scarlett Pamphlets, 6 

Bubbles (The) of Canada, by the Author of " The Clockmaker," 
8vo. Lond. 1839 

BuDGELL E., Letter to the Lord * * * * Accomptant General of 
Ireland, Lond. 1718 Donat. Pam. 69 

BuLWER Edward L,, A Letter to a late Cabinet Minister on the 
Present Crisis, Lond. 1834 Pamphlets, 6 

BuRDETT Sir. F. to his Constituents ; denying the Power of the 
House of Commons to Imprison the People of England, 
Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 69 

BuRGEs Rev. George, A Letter to T. W. Coke, Esq., M.P., 
Norwich, 1817: — Reflections on the Nature and Ten- 
dency of the Present Spirit of the Times, 1 vol. 8vo. 

Norwich, 1820 

Reflections on the Nature and Tendency of the Present 

Spirit of the Times, Norwich, 1819 Donat. Pam. 69 

An Abridgment of the above, Norwich, 1820 

Donat. Pam. 70 
The Conservative Standard of the British Empire, 



erected in a time of trouble for all those who fear God 
and honour the King, Lond. 1835 Pamphlets, 6 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Speech on presenting to the House of 
Commons a Plan for the better Security of the Independ- 
ence of Parliament and the Economical Reformation of 
the Civil and other Establishments Works, vol. 3 

Speech on the East India Bill Works, vol. 4 

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs Works, vol. 6 

Heads for Consideration on the present state of Affairs 

Works, vol. 7 
Canning Rt. Hon. Geo., Speech of, in the House of Commons, 
on Ld. J. Russell's Motion for a Reform of Parliament, 
1822 Pamphleteer, vol. 21 
Speeches of, delivered on public occasions in Liver- 
pool, 8vo. Liverpool, 1825 



102 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Carlyle Thomas, Chartism, 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Cartwright Major, Address at a Meeting held at Boston, 
March 29, 1797, for the Purpose of Petitioning His 
Majesty for Peace, and the Dismissal of his Ministers 

Donat. Pam. 70 

Appeal to the Subjects of the English Constitution 

Donat. Pam. 70 

Reasons for Reformation, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 70 

Case of his Grace the D of M in Vindication of 

Himself from the Charge of the Commissioners of Ac- 
counts, Zone?. 1712 Donat. Pam. 160 

Cato's Letter to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Harewood, reprint, 
Norwich, 1820 Donat. Pam. 160 

Caveat against the Whigs, in a short Historical Account of 
their Transactions since the Revolution, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 71 

Certain Information of a Certain Discourse that happened at 
a Certain Gentleman's House in a Certain County, Lond. 
1712 Donat. Pam. 160 

Chalmers G., State of the United Kingdom at the Peace of 
Paris, 1815 Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Character and Principles of the present Set of Whigs, Lond. 
1711 Donat. Pam. 160 

CoBBETT versus Cobbett ; or, a Complete Refutation of the 
present opinions of the Author of the Political Register 
upon Parliamentary Reform, the French Revolution, &c., 
Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 9 

Collier J., Reply to a Pamphlet on the State of the Nation, at 
the commencement of 1822 Pamphleteer vol. 21 

Companion to the Newspaper, and Journal of Facts in Politics, 
Statistics, and Public Economy, Nos. 1 — 24, 4to. 

Lond. 1833—4 

Constitution, Equality of the Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Constitution (De la) de I'Angleterre, et des Changemens prin- 
cipaux qu'elle a 6prouv6s, tant dans son esprit que dans 
sa forme, depuis son origine jusqu'k nos jours; avec 
quelques Remarques sur I'ancienne Constitution de la 
France Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Conversations on the English Constitution, 12mo. Lond. 1828 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. 103 

Correspondence and Documents, explaining the Proceedings 
of the Marquess Wellesley, and of the Earl of Moira, in 
the recent negotiations for the formation of an Adminis- 
tration, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 11 
Crisis, (The) Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 11 
Crisis, (The) A Word to the Plain Understanding of English- 
men, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 11 
Debate on the Convention Act in the Irish House of Commons 
in 1793, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 14 
De Lolme J. L,, On the Constitution of England, 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 
Diamond Cut Diamond ; or, Observations on a Pamphlet, 
entitled " A Review of the Conduct of His Royal 
Highness the Prince of Wales," Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 14 
Douglas James, The Prospects of Britain, Edinh. 1831 

Pamphlets, 6 
Dyer G., Letters on the English Constitution 

Pamphleteer, vol. 12 
Edwards Geo., The true original scheme of Human Economy, 
apphed to the completion of the different interests and 
preservation of the British Empire, Newcastle, 1808 

Donat. Pam. 16 
Elector's Remembrancer; or, Guide to the Votes of each 
Member of the House of Commons, 1822 

Pamphleteer, vol. 20 
Elements of Policy, Civil and Ecclesiastical, Lond. 1716 

Donat. Pam. 15 

Elliot Francis Percival, Letters on the Political and Financial 

State of the Nation, at the commencement of the year 

1814 Pamphleteer, vols. 3, 4 

Three Letters on the Political and Financial Situation 

of the Country, in 1815 Pamphleteer, vol. 5 
Letters on the Political and Financial Situation of the 



British Empire, in the year 1816 Pamphleteer, vol. 7 
England's Imminent Danger, and only Remedy, faithfully con- 
sidered and represented, Lond. 1671 Donat. Pam. 161 
Erskine Lord, Defences of the Whigs Pamphleteer, vol. 15 
Facts addressed to the Landholders, &c,, on the Subject of 
Great Britain and Ireland Donat. Pam. 76 



104 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Fa V ELL S., Speech upon moving certain Resolutions to Petition 
the House of Commons for a Reform in Parliament, 
Lond. 1820 Donat. Pam. 76 

Firth W., The Case of Ireland Set at Rest; addressed in a 
Letter to Sir Robert Peel, M.P. Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

another copy Donat. Pam. 102 

Letter to Edward Rigby, Esq., Mayor of Norwich, to 

shew that the Destruction of the Combined Fleets of 

' France and Spain, by the Immortal Nelson, is rather a 

Subject of Rejoicing, Norwich, 1825 Donat. Pam. 76 

Fitz-James Duke of. Opinion of the proposed Law relative to 
Periodical Journals Pamphleteer, vo\. 11 

Fletcher of Salton, Political Works of, with Notes and Life 
by R. Watson, M.D., 12mo. Lond. 1798 

Forbes Sir C, Letters to. On the Suppression of Public Dis- 
cussion in India Pamphleteer, vols. 24, 25 

Fox Rt. Hon. C. J., Speech in the House of Commons, May 
12, 1785, on the Irish Resolutions, Lond. 1785 

Donat. Pam. 77 

Letter to the Electors of Westminster, Lond. 1793 

Donat. Pam. 77 

Speech on the Bill to amend and regulate the Elec- 
tion of Members of Parliament, Lond. 1797 

Donat. Pam. 77 

Francis Sir. P., Plan of a Reform in the Election of the House 
of Commons Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Free-Holder (The) Addison's Works, vol. 4 

Free Thoughts on Public Affairs, Lond. 1806 Donat. Pam. 77 

Frend W., Peace and Union recommended to the Associated 
Bodies of Republicans and Anti-Republicans, St. Ives, 
1793 Donat. Pam. 77 

Gardiner R., Letter to Sir H. Harbord, Bart., with Particular 
Observations on the Conduct of T. W. Coke, Esq., 
Lond. 1778 Donat. Pam. 78 

Gladstone W. E., The State in its Relation with the Church, 
8vo. Lond. 1839 

Glover Rev. G., An Answer to a Clergyman's Letter to T. W. 
Coke, Esq., M.P., on the Tendency of Certain Speeches 
delivered at the County Meeting in the Shirehall, Nor- 
wich, April 5, 1817 Donat. Pam. 78 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. 105 

Goldsmith L., Observations on the Appointment of the Rt. 
Hon. G. Canning to the Foreign Department 

Pamphleteer , vol. 22 

Good Old Cause, further discussed, in a letter to the Author of 

Jacobite's Hopes Revived, Lond. 1710 Donat. Pam. 78 

Grand Parade, or the Triumphant Criminal, in a letter to Robt. 

Walpole, Esq., a prisoner in the Tower, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 78 

Grenville Rt. Hon. Lord, Speech in the House of Commons, 

Jan. 16, 1789, on the proposed Regency Bill, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 20 

More Talents Still ! being a letter to Dr. Gaskin^ 

with the letters in answer thereto, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 20 

Hall Rev. Robert, An Apology for the Freedom of the Press, 

and for General Liberty, 1793 Works, vol. 3 

Hamilton Lord Archibald, Thoughts on the Formation of the 

late and present Administrations, Lond. 1804 

Donat. Pam. 20 
Harrington James, Oceana and other Works of; with an 
Account of his Life, by John Toland, folio Lond. 1737 
Hawkins H., Reform of Parliament the Ruin of Parliament 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 
Hillary Sir W., A Sketch of Ireland in 1824 : the Sources of 
her Evils considered, and their Remedies suggested 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 
Hints to the Legislature, for removing the causes of the discon- 
tents in Ireland, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 21 
HoBBES Thomas, Behemoth ; the History of the Causes of the 
Civil Wars of England from 1640 to 1660 Works 

De Corpore Politico ; or the Elements of Law, Moral, 

and Politic Works 
Leviathan; or the Matter, Form, and Power of a 



Commonwealth, Ecclesiastical and Civil Works 

Holdsworth a. H., Letters on the Present Situation of the 
Country Pamphleteer, vols. 8, 9 

Horton R. W., (M.P.) Speech in the Town Hall of Newcastle, 
on the occasion of his attending the Election of the 
Mayor and other Corporate Officers of that Borough, on 
Oct. 4, 1825 Donat. Pam. 80 



106 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

HowiCK Rt. Hon. Vise, Speech in the House of Commons, March 
26, 1807, stating the circumstances which led to the 
Change of Administration, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 23 

Hume Mr., Resolutions relative to the State of the Nation, sub- 
mitted to Parliament May 4, 1826 Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

HuNTiNGFORD G. J., (Bp. of Glouccster,) A Protestant Letter 
addressed to Lord Somers, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 23 

Important Considerations for the People of this Kingdom, 
Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 153 

Ingratitude, History of, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 80 

Ireland, Remarks on some of the Evils of, and their Removal 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Jeffreys N., A Review of the Conduct of His Royal Highness 
the Prince of Wales in his various transactions with Mr. 
Jeffreys, Lond. 1806 Donat. Pam. 24 

John Bull, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 24 

[Johnson Sam., (LL.D.)] Marmor Norfolciense ; or an Essay on 
an Ancient Prophetical Inscription, in Monkish Rhyme, 
lately discovered near Lynn, in Norfolk, Lond. 1739 

Pamphlets, 2 

Taxation no Tyranny ; an Answer to the Resolution 

and Address of the American Congress, 1775 

Works, vol. 8 
Essay concerning Parliaments at a Certainty, Lond. 



1817 Donat. Pam. 82 

Journal d'un Voyageur Anglais, ou M6moires et Anecdotes sur 

son altesse royale Caroline de Brunswick, Princesse de 

Galles, Bruxelles, 1817 Donat. Pam. 63 

Junius, Letters of; including his confidential correspondence 

with Mr. Wilkes, and his private letters to Mr. H. S. 

Woodfall. With Notes, &c., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1814 
" Killing no Murder," or a Plain Proof that the Reformation 

of acknowledged subsisting Abuses will not Endanger the 

British Constitution, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 25 

Laity's (The) Remonstrance to the late Representation of the 

Lower H. of C n : with a turn of the Tables, Lond. 

1711 Donat. Pam. S3 

Lambton J. G., Speech of, in the House of Commons, on 

moving for a Committee to consider the State of the 

Representation Pamphleteer, vol. 21 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. 1.07 

Leckie G. F., Essay on the Practice of the British Government 

Pamphleteer, vol. 11 

Lee Thomas, DeHcate Investigation. The Right of Britons to 
be officially informed upon this Subject Vindicated. — The 
Question betwixt us and our Brethren in America. — 
Original Thoughts upon these Important Topics, Bristol^ 
1807 Donat. Pam. 26 

Letter concerning Allegiance, Lond. 1710 Donat. Pam. 83 

Letter explanatory of the True Original Scheme of Human 
Economy, that comprises every thing requisite for the 
Good of the Empire at this Particular Crisis, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam, 27 

Letter from the Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas to the Lord Lieut, of 
the County of Norfolk, 1798, [On the Defence of the 
Country] Donat. Pam. folio 

Letter to his Grace the Archbp. of Armagh, relative to the 
Education and Maintenance of the Roman Catholic 
Clergy in Ireland ; and a Letter to his Grace the Duke of 
Devonshire on the Disturbances in Ireland, Lond. 1822 

Donat. Pam. 30 

Letter to Lord Eg — nt, on the Dangerous Ambition, and Over- 
grown Power of a certain M — is — r Donat. Pam. 83 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Redesdale, touching the Bill now 
in the House of Lords respecting the Enrolment of the 
Memorials of Grants of Annuities, Lond. 1822 

Donat. Pam. 30 

Letter to Sir Francis DTvernois, in reply to his Observations 
on Certain Statements in Mr. Newenham's View of the 
Natural, Political, and Commercial Circumstances of 
Ireland, Ludlow, 1810 Donat. Pam. 28 

Letter to Sir J B , concerning the late Minehead 

Doctrine, Lond. 1711 Donat. Pam. 163 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. Charles Abbot, Speaker of the House 
of Commons, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 27 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, by an Irish Volunteer, 
Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter to Wm. Smith, Esq., M.P. for Norwich, shewing that 
his Political Conduct has rendered him no longer deserv- 
ing the Support of his Constituents, Norwich, 1809 

Donat. Pam. 83 



108 . JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Letter (A Second) from the King to his People, Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter (A Second) to Mr. Sheridan, with strictures on the 
general conduct of Opposition, Bury, 1796 

Donat. Pam. 26 

Letters by Anglicus, on a Reform in Parliament, Chelmsford, 
1811 Donat. Pam. 1^ 

Letters of Hierophilos to the English People, on the Moral and 
Political State of Ireland, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 29 

Letters on Catholic Loyalty, Newcastle, 1807 Donat. Pam. 153 

Letters to Lord Grenville and Lord Howick, upon their Remo- 
val from the Councils of the King, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 27 

Letters (Two) containing some remarks on the Meeting held 
Nov. 5, 1809, to celebrate the Acquittal of Messrs. 
Hardy, J. H. Tooke, Thelwall, and others, in Nov. 
1794; and a short comparative sketch of our Practical 
Constitution in Ancient Times and the Present, Lond. 
1810 Donat. Fam. 28 

Letters (Six) of Publicola, on the Liberty of the Subject, and 
the Privileges of the House of Commons, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 28 

Locke John, Two Treatises of Government Works, vol. 2 

M'Callum p. F., Observations on H. R. H. the Duke of 
Kent's Shameful Persecution, since his recal from Gib- 
raltar; with an enquiry into the Abuses of the Royal 
Military College, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 3 J 

Macaulay Catharine, Address to the People of England, Scot- 
land, and Ireland, on the present important Crisis of 
Affairs, Lond. Ml 5 Donat. Pam. 84 

MacKinnon W. A., On the Rise, Progress, and present State 
of Public Opinion, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Maltby Edw., (D.D.) Letter to the Freeholders of the County 
of Huntingdon, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 32 

Manderson James, Twelve Letters to the Rt. Hon. Spencer 
Perceval, on the Magnitude of the British Navy, &c., 
Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 32 

March and October, a Dialogue, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 84 

Marsh C, An Appeal to the Public Spirit of Great Britain, 
Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 32 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. 109 

Melville Lord, Speech in the House of Peers, May 24, 1805, 
on the State of the Navy, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 32 

An Exposure of the Persecutions of, Lond. 1805 

Donat. Pam. 32 
Meuewether H. a., Sketch of the History of Boroughs, and' 
of the Corporate Right of Election, in a Letter to Lord 
John Russell, on Practical Parhamentary Reform, Lond. 
1822 Donat. Pam. 33 

Miles W. A., Letter to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales; with a 
Sketch of the Prospects before him, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 33 

On the Present State of Ireland, Lond. 1804 

Donat. Pam. 33 
Milton John, Areopagitica : a Speech for the Liberty of Unli- 
censed Printing Prose Works, vol. 1 
Tenure of Kings and Magistrates Prose Works, vol. 2 

Observations on the Articles of Peace with the Irish 

Rebels ; and on the Letter of the Earl of Ormond to Col. 
Jones Prose Works, vol. 2 

Ready and Easy Way to establish a Free Common- 
wealth Prose Works, vol. 2 

Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes 

Prose Works, vol. 2 

Defensio pro Populo Anglicano, contra Claudii Sal- 

masii Defensionem Regiam Prose Works, vol. 3 

A Translation of the above Prose Works, vol. 2 

Defensio Secunda pro Populo Anglicano, contra Infa- 

mem Libellum Anonymum, cui titulus, Regii Sanguinis 
Clamor ad Coelum, adversfis Parricidas Anglicanos 

Prose Works, vol. 3 

Eikonoklastes, in Answer to Eikon Basilike 

Prose Works, vol. 2 
Money Major General, Letter to the Deputy Lieutenants and 
Magistrates of the County of Norfolk, on the present 
Alarming Situation of the Country, Norwich, 1803 

Donat. Pam. 85 
Montagu B., Thoughts on Liberty, and the Rights of English- 
men Pamphleteer, vol. 21 
Moore Peter, A Voice from London to the Voice from St. 
Helena, or the Pitt System developed, 8vo. Lond. 1823 



110 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

More Sir Thos., History of Utopia, trans, by F. Warner, LL.D. 

Mems. of Sir T. More 

Utopia, translated by Arthur Cayley, 4to. 

Memoirs, vol. 2 

Mu AVE Earl of, Speech in the House of Lords, since the 

Revolution, upon a Bill against admitting officers to sit 
in the House of Commons, Lond. 1712 Donat. Parn. 97 

New Project, dedicated neither to the Q n, nor the Lord 

T r, nor any of the Houses of P raent, but to 

the Unbelieving Club at the Grecian, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 164 

News (The late) from Brussels Unmasked, and his Majesty Vin- 
dicated from the late Calumny and Scandal therein fixed 
on him, 1660 In Evelyn's Misc. Writings 

Observations on the Late and Present State of Ireland, 
Dublin, 1805 Donat. Pam. 38 

Observations upon the Rev. G. Burgess' Letter to T. W. 
Coke, Esq., with Remarks on the Rev. G. Glover's 
Answer Donat. Pam. 79 

Old and New Ministry Compared, Zone?. 1711 Donat. Pam. 89 

O'Neil Rev. P., Humble Remonstrance of, to the Nobility and 
Gentry of the County Cork, 1802 Donat. Pam. 40 

Onslow Mr. Serjeant, Speech in the House of Commons, on 
Moving for leave to bring in a Bill for more Effectually 
Securing the Liberty of the Subject, 1814 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Opinions as to the Real State of the Nation, with Strictures on 
a Pamphlet entitled *' The Administration of the Affairs 
of Great Britain" Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Orange Institution, Sketch of, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 154 

Parr Sam., (LL.D.) Letter to the Dissenters of Birmingham 

Works, vol. 3 

Prefatio ad Bellendeni Libros Works, vol. 3 

Remarks on Politics, Jurisprudence, Morals, &c. 

Works, vol. 3 

Passive Obedience Established ; and Resistance Confuted 

Donat. Pam. 165 

Perquisite-Monger; or the Rise and Fall of Ingr titude, 
Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 89 

Peter W., Thoughts on the present Crisis Pamphleteer, vol. 8 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. Ill 

Petrie W., Statement of Facts delivered to the Rt. Hon. Lord 
Minto, Governor- General of India, on his late Arrival at 
Madras, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 41 

Phocion, in Reply to Cato, in defence of the People of England, 
and in Vindication of the Public Press 

Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

Picture of Malice, or a True Account of Dr. Sacheverell's 
Enemies, Lond. 1710 Donat. Pam. 90 

Pitt Rt. Hon. W., Letter to, on his Apostasy from the Cause of 
Parliamentary Reform Pamphleteer, \o\. 21 

Plain Address to the People of England ; in Explanation of 
the Secret Causes which occasioned the Dismissal of his 
Majesty's late Ministers, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 154 

Plain Answer to the Misrepresentations and Calumnies con- 
tained in the Cursory Remarks of a near Observer, 
Zone?. 1803 Donat. Pam. A2 

Plain Facts; or the new Ministry Convicted by their own 
Deeds, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 42 

Plain Facts and Observations relative to the Situation of the 
Country, in regard to its Finances, Morals, and Religion, 
Lond. 1820 Donat. Pam. 42 

Preston R., Further Observations on the State of the Nation 

Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Proceedings and Speeches at a Meeting at St. Andrew's Hall, 
Norwich, Nov. 1795, to Petition Parliament against Lord 
Grenville's and Mr. Pitt's Treason and Sedition Bills 

Donat. Pam. 90 

Proposals for rendering the Body of the People Instrumental in 
the General Defence, &c. Donat. Pam. folio 

Protestant (The) Tory Refuted, in Reply to a pamphlet entitled 
" The Grand Vizier Unmasked" Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Queen, The Exclusion of, from the Liturgy, historically and 
legally considered Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

Randolph Rev. F., (D.D.) Observations on the present State 
of the Nation, Bath, 1808 Donat. Pam. 45 

Reasons for Opposition to the Principles and Measures of the 
present Administration, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 91 

Reasons for Restoring the Whigs, Lond. 1711 Donat. Pam. 91 

Reflections on the Liberty of the Press of Great Britain 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 



112 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Reflections and Suggestions regarding several Subjects inti- 
mately connected with the Power and Prosperity of the 
British Empire, 2 parts Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Reform in Parliament, Letter on Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Reform of Parliament on Constitutional Principles, Plan for 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Reform in Parliament, Plan for Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Reform of the House of Commons, the only Remedy for our 
Distresses Donat. Pam. 165 

Remarks on the power of the House of Commons to Commit 
in matters of Libel, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 46 

Remarks (Cursory) upon the state of Parties during the Admin- 
istration of the Rt. Hon. Henry Addington, Lond. 1803 

Donat. Pam. 12 

Remonstrance of King James I, for the Right of Kings, Camb. 
1619 Donat. Pam. 4to. 4 

Representation of the Loyal Subjects of Albinia, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 92 

Review of Mr. Burgess' Letter to the Freeholders of Norfolk, 
Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 93 

Review of the Arguments in favour of the Continuance of Im- 
peachments, notwithstanding a Dissolution, Lond. 1791 

Donat. Pam. 47 

Review of the Conduct of the Prince of Wales, Lond. 1797 

Donat. Pam. 92 

Richmond Duke of. Letter from, to Lieut. Col. Sherman, on the 
Policy, as well as the Law, Reason, and Equity, of Annual 
Parliaments and Universal Suffrage Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Rose Rt. Hon. George, Letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount 
Melville, respecting a Naval Arsenal at Northfleet, Lond. 
1810 Donat. Pam. 49 

Sadler M. T., Ireland; its Evils and their Remedies, 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 

Secret Transactions during the hundred days Mr. Wm. Gregg 
lay in Newgate under Sentence of Death for High- 
Treason, Lond. 1711 Donat. Pam. 95 

Seeley John, A Voice from India, in Answer to the Reformers 
of England, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Selkirk Earl of. On the Necessity of a more Effectual System 
of National Defence, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 95 



ENGLISH CONSTITUTION AND POLITICS. 113 

Serious Call to the Electors of Great Britain, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 50 

Serious Considerations, Addressed to British Labourers and 
Mechanics, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 50 

Shillitoe Thos., An Address to the Rulers of this Nation, and 
all those in power, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 2 

Sinclair Rt. Hon. Sir J., Collection of Papers on Political 
Subjects • Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

' On the State of the Country in December, 1816 

Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

another copy Donat. Pam. 50 

— On the Means of Arresting the Progress of National 

Calamity Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

On the Approaching Crisis, 1818 

Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Sketch of the State of Ireland, Past and Present, Dublin, 1808 

Donat. Pam. 50 

Sketch of various Proposals for a Constitutional Reform , made 
in Parliament Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Smith Sir W. C, Speech on the Subject of Union, delivered 
in the Irish House of Commons, 1799 

Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Two Political Allegories Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Sober Sadness ; or Historical Observations upon the Proceedings, 
&c. of a prevailing party in both Houses of Parliament, 
Camb. 1643 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

SoMERS Rt. Hon. Lord, Defence of the Constitution of Great 
Britain and Ireland, against the Innovating and Levelling 
Attempts of the Friends of Annual Parliaments and 
Universal Suffrage, Hereford, 1817 Donat. Pam. 51 

Defence of the Constitution of Great Britain and 

Ireland Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Specimen of the State of the Nation Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Spencer Edmund, View of the State of Ireland Works, vol. 8 

Stair John Earl of. Argument to Prove that it is the Duty of 
the Creditors of the Public to Insist that Government 
do bring forward the Consideration of the State of the 
Nation, Lond. 1783 Donat. Pam. 97 

Statement of the Question of Paliamentary Reform, Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 97 



114 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Steele R., The Crisis; or a Discourse representing from the 
most Authentic Records, the just Causes of the late 
happy Revolution, Lond. 1714 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Story of the Saint Alb — n's Ghost, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 98 

Swift Jonathan, The Drapier's Letters Works, vol. 10 

Symmons J., Reform without Innovation Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Temple Sir William, Essay on Governments Works, vol. 1 

Thistle (The) Lond. 1746 Donat. Pam. 98 

Thoughts on the Present Crisis of our Domestic Affairs, Lond. 
1807 Donat. Pam. 54 

Thoughts on the Present Disturbances in the Southern Districts 
of Ireland Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

TiCKELL R., Anticipation Pamphleteer, vol. 19 

Tooke Home, Letter to the Editor of the Times, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 54 

To«REN8 R., Letter to the Independent Freemen of the City of 
Rochester, on the Petition against Lord Binning's Return 
being declared Frivolous and Vexatious 

Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

TuNSTALL J,, (D.D.) Marriage in Society, with Considerations 
on Government, &c. Lond. 1755 Donat. Pam. 99 

Vindication of the Power of States to prohibit Clan- 
destine Marriages, under the pain of absolute Nullity, 
Lond. 1755 Donat. Pam. 99 

Unbiassed Irishman, Dublin, 1808 Donat. Pam. 55 

View of the Controversy between Great Britain and her Colo- 
nies, Lond. 1774 Donat. Pam. 99 

Vindication of the Rev. Dr. Henry Sacheverell, from the False, 
Scandalous, and Malicious Aspersions cast upon him in a 
pamphlet entitled " The Modern Fanatick," Lond. 171 1 

Donat. Pam. 99 

Wade A. S., (D.D.) A Letter addressed to the Rt. Hon. G. 
Canning, intended as an Humble Vindication of the 
present Ministry, 1827 Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Wakefield Edward G., Householders in Danger from the 
Populace Pamphlets, vol. 7 

Watson R., (Bp. of Landaff,) Substance of a Speech intended 
to have been spoken in the House of Lords, Nov. 22, 
1803, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 56 



INTERNATIONAL AND FOREIGN POLITICS. 115 

We have been all in the Wrong ; or Thoughts upon the Dissolu- 
tion of the late, and Conduct of the present Parliament, 
Lond. 1785 Donat, Pam. 100 

Wellesley Marquis, Speech in the House of Lords, Jan, 31, 
1812, on the State of Ireland, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 56 

What is a Revolution? Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

WniG-Examiner (The) Addison's Works, vol. 4 

Wyndham Rt. Hon. W., Speech in the House of Commons, 
May 26, 1809, on Mr. Curviren's Bill, for better securing 
the Independence and Purity of Parliament by preventing 
the procuring or obtaining of Seats by Corrupt Practices, 
Lond. 1810 Donat. Pa7n. 56 

Wynn C. W. W., Argument upon the Jurisdiction of the House 
of Commons to Commit in Cases of Breach of Privilege, 
Lond.\%\0 Donat. Pam. 57 

Wyvill Rev. C, State of the Representation of the People of 
England, in 1785, York, 1794 Donat. Pam. 101 

Defence of Dr. Price and the Reformers of England, 

York, 1792 Donat. Pam. 101 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. William Pitt, York, 1793 

Donat. Pam. 101 

The Secession from Parliament Vindicated, York, 

1799 Donat. Pam. 101 



SECTION V. 
International and Foreign Politics. 

Allies and the Late Ministry, Conduct of the, in beginning and 
carrying on the present War, Lond. 1711 Donat. Pam. 158 

Allies and the Late Ministry, defended against France; in 
answer to the above, in 4 parts, Lond. 1711 

Donat. Pam. 158 



116 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

American Question considered Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Asiatic Policy of England and Russia, Remarks on the 

Pamphleteer J vol. 25 

Atcheson N., American Encroachments on British Rights 

Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

AuBER Peter, China. An Outline of its Government, Laws, 
and Policy : and of the British and Foreign Embassies 
to, and intercourse with, that Empire, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Bait of Europe; or the Duke of Anjou's Renunciation, Lond. 
1713 Donat. Pam. 159 

Barker E. H., Letter to the Rev. T. S. Hughes, occasioned by 
a perusal of the " Address to the People of England, in 
the Cause of the Greeks," Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 66 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Batiiurst Ld., Observations on the Speech of, in the House of 
Peers, relative to Bonaparte's Imprisonment, March 18, 
1817 Pamphleteer, \o\. 12 

Bentham J., Tactique des Assemblees Legislatives, suivie d'un 
traite des sophismes politiques ; ouvrages extraits des 
MSS. de M. Jer6mie Bentham, par Et. Dumont, 2 vols. 
8vo. Paris, 1822 

Traite des Preuves Judiciaires ; ouvrage extrait des 

MSS. de M. Jeremie Bentham, par Et. Dumont, 2 vols. 
8vo. Paris, 1823 

BiGNON M., Les Cabinets et les Peuples, depuis 1815 jusqu' k 
la fin de 1822 Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Blaquiere Edw., Greece and her Claims Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Report on the present State of the Greek Confedera- 
tion Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Bowles John, French Aggression, proved from Mr. Erskine's 
" View of the Causes of the War," Lond. 1797 

Donat. Pam. 4 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Speech on American Taxation 

Works, vol. 2 

Speech on moving his Resolutions for Conciliation 

with America Works, vol. 3 

Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol, on the Affairs of 

America Works, vol. 3 

Speech on the Nabob of Arcot's Debts; with an 

Appendix Works, vol. 4 



INTERNATIONAL AND FOREIGN POLITICS. 117 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Reflections on the Revolution in France, 
and on the Proceedings of certain Societies in London 
relative to that Event Works, vol. 5 

Letter to a Member of the National Assembly 

Works, vol. 6 

Remarks on the Policy of the Allies with respect to 

France Works, vol. 7 

Thoughts on French Affairs Works, vol. 7 

Three Letters to a Member of the Present Parliament, 



on the Proposals of Peace with the Regicide Directory 
of France Works, vol. 8 

Carnot M., Memorial addressed to the King of France, 1814 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 
Cause of Greece the Cause of Europe, Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 8 
Causes of the Present Distractions in America explained, 1774 

Donat. Pam. 71 
Causes Politiques Secretes ou Pensees philosophiques sur divers 
evenemens qui se sont passes depuis 1763 jusqu'en 1772 
Londres, aux depens du Lord North, 1782 

Donat. Pam. 58 
Channing W. E., Remarks on the disposition which now pre- 
vails to form Associations, and to accomplish all objects 
by Organized Masses, Lond. 1830 Pamphlets, 5 

A Letter on the Annexation of Texas to the United 

States, Lond. 1837 Pamphlets, 5 

Chateaubriand Viscount de, (Peer of France,) Speech in the 
Chamber of Deputies, on Feb. 25, 1823, Lond. 1823 

Donat. Pam. 8 

Speech in the Chamber of Peers, on April 30, 1823, 

Lond. 1823 I)o7iat. Pam. 8 

Chateaubriand F. A. de, De Buonaparte et des Bourbons et 
de la Necessite de se rallier a nos Princes Legitimes, pour 
le bonheur de la France et celui de I'Europe, Lond. 1814 

Donat. Pam. 58 

On Buonaparte and the Bourbons Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

CoBBETT W., A Little Plain English addressed to the People of 
the United States, Lond. 1795 Donat. Pam. 71 

Letter to the Infamous Tom Paine, in Answer to his 

Letter to Gen. Washington, Lond. 1797 Donat. Pam. 72 



J 18 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

CoBBETT W,, Observations on the Debates of the American 
Congress, on the Addresses presented to Gen. Washington 
on his Resignation, Lond. 1797 Donat. Pam. 72 

The Republican Judge; or the American Liberty of 

the Press exhibited, explained, and exposed, Lond. 1798 

Donat. Pam. 72 

The American Rush-Light, Lond. 1800 

Donat. Pam. 72 

The Trial of RepuWicanism, Lond. 1801 

Donat. Pam. 72 
American Seeds, Lond. 1827 Donat. Pam. 72 



Considerations on the present German War, Lond. 1761 

Donat. Pam. 73 
Considerations sur la Guerre actuelle entre les Grecs et les 

Turcs Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Constant M. Benj., Collection complete des ouvrages publics 

sur le Gouvernement Representatif et la Constitution 

Actuelle, ou cours de Pohtique Constitutionnelle, 4 vols. 

8vo. Paris, 1818—20 

On the Dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies 

Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

On the Liberty of the Press Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

On the Responsibility of Ministers 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 
Convention (The) Vindicated from the Misrepresentation of 

the Enemies of our Peace, Lond. 1739 Donat. Pam. 73 
Cooper Rev. Dr., The Patriots of North America, New York, 

1775 Donat. Pam. 73 

Declaration of England against the Acts and Projects of the 

Holy Alliance Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

De la Suisse dans I'inter^t de I'Europe, ou Examen d'une 

Opinion enoncee ^ la Tribune par le general Sebastiani, 

Paris, 1821 Donat. Pam. 64 

Erskine Hon. Thomas, View of the causes and consequences 

of the present War with France, Lond. 1797 

Donat. Pam. 16 
Erskine Lord, An Appeal to the People of Great Britain on the 

subject of Confederated Greece Pamphleteer, vol. 23 
Letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the subject of the 

Greeks, Lond. 1823 Pamphlets, 1 



INTERNATIONAL AND FOREIGN POLITICS. 119 

Estrada D. A. F., Representation to H. C. M. Ferdinand VII, 
King of Spain, in defence of the Cortes 

Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Evelyn John, The State of France, as it stood in the IX Yeer 
of this present Monarch, Lewis XIII, 1652 

Misc. Writings 

Exposition of a Pamphlet, entitled Observations on the Papers 
relative to the Rupture with Spain, Lond. 1762 

Donat. Pam. 18 

Eyes for the Blind, &c. &c., France worse than Crucified, and 
England completely Undeceived, Lond. 1800 

Donat. Pam. 162 

Favell S., Speech in the Court of Common Council, on the 
late Treaty, concluded between the Emperors of Russia, 
and of Austria, and the King of Prussia, Lond. 1816 

Donat. Pam. 76 

Feldborg a. Andersen, Appeal to the English Nation in behalf 
of Norway Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

France, Letter on the Situation of Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Francis Sir P., Letter to Earl Grey, on the Policy of Great 
Britain and the Allies towards Norway Pamphleteer, \ol. 4 

Frederic II, King of Prussia, Essay on the Forms of Govern- 
ment, and on the Duties of Sovereigns Works, vol. 5 

Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress, 
held at Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 1774 Donat. Pam. 77 

Friendly Address to all reasonable Americans, on the subject 
of our Political Confusions, New York, 1774 

Donat. Pam. 77 

Funchal Comte de, Note Circulaire addressee par le Comte de 
Funchal, Ambassadeur extraordinaire, et Plenipotentiaire 
de S. A. S. le Prince Regent de Portugal a leur excel- 
lences Messieurs les Ambassadeurs, Envoyes, et Ministres 
Plenipotentiaires accredites a la Cour de Londres, Lond. 
1815 Donat. Pam. 61 

Godericii Rt. Hon. Lord, Letter to him, on the Necessity of a 
close Alliance between England, France, and the Nether- 
lands Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

GoERRES Professor, Germany and the Revolution 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Greeks, An Appeal in behalf of the Pamphleteer, vol. 23 



120 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Heeren a. H. L., Manual of the History of the Pohtical System 
of Europe and its Colonies, from its formation at the close 
of the fifteenth Century, to its re- establishment upon the 
Fall of Napoleon, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1834 

■ Sketch of the Political History of Ancient Greece, 

8vo. Oxf. 1829 

Herzberg Graf, v., Neues Worterbuch der Politik, Warschau, 
1795 Bonat. Pam. 157 

Hughes Rev. T. S., Address to the People of England in the 
Cause of the Greeks Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Considerations on the Greek Revolution 

Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

HuMBLET le Chanoine, La Nouvelle Jerusalem delivree, ou le 
second pied au cu de Madrid, par le Lord Wellington au 
grand roi Joseph, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 62 

Imperial Gratitude, drawn from a Modest View of the Conduct 
of the Emperor Ch * * * es VI and the King of Spain 
Ch » * * III, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 81 

India, An Authentic Copy of the Correspondence in, between 
the Country Powers and the Honourable the East India 
Company's Servants, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1787 

Jones Edw., Defence of the Convention concluded in Portugal, 
Aug. 30, 1808, between the Commander in Chief of the 
British Troops, and the Commander in Chief of the 
French Troops in that Country, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 25 

Key (A) to the recent conduct of the Emperor of Russia, Lond. 
1807 Donat. Pam. 25 

La Gr^ce en 1821 et 1822 Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

La Neutraht6 de I'Espagne, Amst. 1759 Donat. Pam. 156 

La Verite, k Mons. Chateaubriand, 1814 Donat. Pam. 58 

Les J'ai Vu, historiques et moraux, Lond. 1811 

Donat. Pam. 156 

Letter on the Genius and Dispositions of the French Govern- 
ment, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 27 

Letters (Two) from an English Gentleman in Paris, Lond. 1822 

Donat. Pam. 29, 105 

Letters (Three) written in Spain, to D. Francisco Riguelme, 
commanding the third division of the Gallician Army, 
Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam. 27 



INTERNATIONAL AND FOREIGN POLITICS. 121 

Lettre Famili^re d'un Whig Anglois, k un Membre de I'As- 

semblee Nationale de France, Lond. 1791 

Donat. Pam. 83 
Lowe J., Letter to the Rt. Hon. G. Canning, on the Policy of 

Recognizing the Independence of the South American 

States Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

On the Recognition of Columbia by Great Britain 

Pamphleteer, vol. 22 
Machiavelli Nic. II Principe Opere, torn. 4 

Legazioni e Commissioni di Opere, tom. 6, 7 

Mackintosh Sir J., Vindiciae Gallicaj ; or Reply to Burke on 

the French Revolution, 8vo. Lond. 1791 

Mouxier J. J., De I'lnfluence attribuee aux Philosophes, &c., 

sur la Revolution de France, Svo. Paris, 1822 

MusGRAVE T. Moore, Considerations on the Re-establishment 

of an Effective Balance of Power Pamphleteer, vol. 3 
North American Pamphlet on South American Affairs 

Pamphleteer, vol. 13 
Observations on the Documents laid before Parliament, on the 

subject of the late Expedition to the Scheldt, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 38 
OuvRARD v.. Note du Munitionnaire General, de I'Arm^e 

d'Espagne Donat. Pam. 4to. 2 

OuvRARD J., Sur I'Administration Donat. Pam. 4to. 2 

Paoli General, Discours prononces k I'Assemblee Nationale, 

Paris, an. I Donat. Pam. 156 

Philippart Sir. J., Observations on the Libels published against 

Le Vicomte de Chateaubriand Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Pitt Rt. Hon. W., Speech in the House of Commons, Nov. 

10, 1797, relative to the Negotiation for Peace, Lond. 

1797 Donat. Pam. 42 
Speech in the House of Commons, May 23, 1803, 

on the Debate on the War, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 42 
Plan for Establishing a Balance of Power in Europe 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 
Political Picture of Europe ; or a View of the Conduct of 

Russia during the late Revolution, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 44 

Pradt M. I'Abbe de, Comparison between the Powers of 

England and Russia Pamphleteer, vol. 24 



1*22 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Pradt M. I'Abbe de, Comparison between the Powers of 
England and Russia, as they stand in relation to Europe 
at large Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Vrai Syst^me de I'Europe relativement k I'Amerique 

et k la Gr^ce Pamphleteer, vols. 25, 26 

Preliminary Discourse, read in the Cortes, at the Presentation 
of the Projet of the Constitution Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Prussia and Saxony Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Ratten BURY J. F., Remarks on the Cession of the Floridas 
to the United States of America, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. \5 

Reflections on the Conduct of the Allies Pamphleteer, yo\. 18 

Remarks on a False, Scandalous, and Seditious Libel, intitled 
"The Conduct of the Allies and the late Ministry, &c." 

Donat. Pam. 91 

Remarks on the Debates in the House of Commons on the War, 
and the proposed Mediation of the Emperor of Russia, 
Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 154 

Remarks upon the present Negotiations of Peace, Lond, 1711 

Donat. Pam. 93 

Roche St. Andr6 M. le Chevalier de la. Letter to the Editor 
occasioned by a pamphlet entitled " A Vindication of the 
Conduct of General Savary " Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

RoscoE Wm., Considerations on the Causes, Objects, and Con- 
sequences of the present War, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 48 

Remarks on the Proposals made to Great Britain for 

Peace in 1807, 8vo. Lond. 1808 

another copy Donat. Pam. 48, 93 



Rousseau J. J., Contrat Social Q^uvres, torn. 5 

Considerations sur le Government de Pologne 

CEuvres, torn. 5 

■ Lettres sur la Legislation de la Corse (Euvres, torn. 5 

Lettres de la Montagne CEuvres, tom. 10 

Russia in the East, Progress and present Position of, 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 
Santa-Rosa Count, On the Piedmontese Revolution 

Pamphleteer, vol. 19 
Sheridan C. B., Thoughts on the Greek Revolution 

Pamphleteer, vol. 24 



INTERNATIONAL AND FOREIGN POLITICS. 123 

Stewart Lieut. Col. M., Considerations on the Policy of the 
Government of India, more especially with reference to 
the Invasion of Burmah Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Strictures on a pamphlet entitled " A Friendly Address to all 
Reasonable Americans, on the subject of our Political 
Confusions, Philadelphia, 1774 Donat. Pam. 98 

Syrach, Epitre a la Convention Nationale de France, En Sar- 
matie, 1795 Donat. Pam. 156 

Thoughts on the Invasion threatened by Bonaparte; with Notes 
illustrative of many unknown Crimes committed by the 
different Members of the Consular Government, Bath, 
1803 Donat. Pam. 53 

TocQUEviLLE Alexis de. Democracy in America, translated by 
Henry Reeve, Esq., two parts, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1837—40 

ToRENo Count, Information intended to Explain the Causes 
which led to the late Revolution in Spain 

Pamphleteer, vol, 17 

Tryal and Condemnation of Don Prefatio d'Asaven, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 99 

Unchristian Perfidies of the most Christian Cabinet of France 
towards free Spain Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

United Kingdom Tributary to France, the real Cause of the 
Distresses of the Country Pamphleteer \ol. 17 

Vastey Baron de. Political Remarks on some French Works 
and Newspapers, concerning Hayti Pamphleteer, \o\. 13 

View of the Points to be Discussed in Treating with the United 
States of America, a. d. 1 8 14, Lond. 1814 Donat. Pam. 9 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Vindication of the Political Conduct of General Savary, Duke 
of Rovigo Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Vindication of the present M y, from the Clamours raised 

against them upon occasion of the New Preliminaries, 
Lond. 1711 Donat. Pam. 99 

Walton W., Letter to the Marquess of Lansdown on the Affairs 
of Portugal and Spain Pamphleteer, vol. 28 



124 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 



SECTION VI. 

Politics as connected with Religious Opinions : — 
The Catholic Question, 8^c. 

Abraham to Peter; being Answers to the Letters of Peter 
Plymley ; in five letters, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 1 

Abraham's (Brother) Answer to Peter Plymley, Esq., in two 
letters; to which is prefixed a " Posthminious" Preface, 
Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 5 

Address from the British Roman Catholics to their Protestant 
Fellow Countrymen Donat. Pam. 66 

Answer to the Rt. Hon. P. Duigenan's two great Arguments 
against the full Enfranchisement of the Irish Roman 
Catholics, Dublin, 1810 • Donat. Pam, 2 

Appeal against the Roman Catholic Claims, Lond, 1812 

Donat. Pam. 2 

Appeal to Protestant Charity and English Justice, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 2 

Appeal to the Protestant Dissenters of Great Britain, by a 
Protestant Dissenter Pamphleteer, vol. I 

Baseley T., The Claims of the Roman Catholics constitutionally 
considered ; in a Letter to the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop 
of Norwich, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 3 

Bathurst Henry, (Ld. Bp. of Norwich,) Speech delivered in 
the House of Lords, in the debate on the petition of the 
Roman Catholics of Ireland, May, 1811, Lond. 1811 

Donat. Pam, 3 

Speech in the House of Lords, in May, 1817, in 

favour of the Catholics* Petitions Donat. Pam. 3 

— Speech on Seconding the Motion of Earl Grey, June 

10, 1819, for the second reading of a Bill for abrogating 
80 much of the Acts 25 and 30 Charles II, as prescribes 
a Declaration against Transubstantiation and the Invoca- 
tion of Saints, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 3 



THE CATHOLIC QUESTION, ETC, 125 

Batiiurst Henry, (Ld. Bp. of Norwich,) Speech in the House 
of Lords, May 21, 1825, on the Catholic Question 

Donat. Pam. 66 

Belsham T., a Plea for the Catholic Claims, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 3 

BoRiNGDON Lord, Speech in the House of Lords, June 5, 1810, 
on the Petitions of the Roman Cathohcs in Ireland, 
Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 4 

Brief Statement of the Grievances the Catholics in these Realms 
still labour under, Newcastle, 1807 Donat. Pam. 5 

Brothers Mr., Strictures on the Roman Catholic Claims, 
Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 5 

Copy of an Address sent officially to the Secretary of 

State for His Royal Highness the Prince Regent and the 
Members of his most Honourable Privy Council, Lond. 
1811 Donat. Pam. 5 

BuKKE Rt. Hon. Edm., Letter to a Peer of Ireland on the 
Penal Laws against Irish Catholics Works, vol. 6 

Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe, Bart., on the Sub- 
ject of the Roman Catholics and the propriety of admit- 
ting them to the Elective Franchise, consistently with 
the Principles of the Constitution, as established at the 
Revolution Works, vol. 6 

Tracts relative to Laws against Popery in Ireland 

Works, vol. 9 

Butler C, Address to the Protestants of Great Britain and 

Ireland, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 6, 70 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Historical Account of the Laws against the Roman 

Catholics of England, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 6 

— Appeal to the Protestants of Great Britain and 

Ireland Works, vol. 4 

Canning Rt. Hon. George, Speech in the House of Commons, 
June 22, 1812, on the Catholic Question, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 7 

Castlereagh Lord Viscount, Speech in the House of Com- 
mons, on May 25, 1810, on the Roman Catholic Peti- 
tions, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 7 

Catholic Emancipation, Two Letters on the Question of, by 
Conciliator Pamphleteer, vol. 3 



126 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Catholic Emancipation, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 7 

Catholic Question Considered, Lond. 1800 Donai. Pam. 8 

Catholic Question, An Abstract of the Arguments on the, 
Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 1 

Catholic Question and the Establishment of Brunswick Clubs, 
Letters, &.c. on the Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Civil Disabilities on account of Religion, as they exist in 
England, Scotland, and Ireland, considered with reference 
to the Christian Dispensation, History, and Policy, Lond. 
1824 Donat. Pam. 8 

Claims of the Roman Catholics considered with reference to 
the Safety of the Established Church, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 8 

Clare Rt. Hon. John Earl of. Speech in the Irish House of 
Peers, on the Bill for the Relief of Roman Catholics in 
Ireland, March 13,- 1793, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 8 

CoCKBURNr Rev. W., An Address to the Roman Catholics of 
Great Britain and Ireland, Camb. 1807 Donat. Pam. 9 

CoKER John, Remarks on the Considerations of Sir John Throck- 
morton, Bart., arising from the Debates in Parliament on 
the Petition of the Irish Roman Catholics, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 9 

Dv Concordat sous les rapports Politiques, Paris, 1817 

Donat. Pam. 59 

Conduct of the British Government toward the Catholics of 
Ireland, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 9 

Considerations on the State of the Roman Catholics in 
Scotland, Lond. 1779 Donat. Pam. 32 

Cotterill Rev. T., Speech at Wakefield, April 21, 1819, at a 
Meeting of the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of York, to 
consider the propriety of Petitioning Parliament against 
the Catholic Claims, Sheffield, 1 820 Donat. Pam. 1 1 

Croft J. W., Respective Situations of the Reformed Church in 
France, and of the Roman Catholics in Great Britain 
and Ireland ; with Remarks on Catholic Emancipation 

Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Croker J. W., Speech in the House of Commons, on May 4, 
1819, on the Roman Catlrolic Question Donat. Pam. 12 

Crowley James, Thoughts on the Emancipation of Roman 
Catholics, £onc/. 1811 Donat. Pam. 12 



THE CATHOLIC QUESTION, ETC. 127 

Dangers of the Country, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 12 

Dangers with which Great Britain and Ireland are now Menaced 
by the demands of the Irish Roman Catholics, shewn 
and proved from authentic Documents, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 13 

Declaration and Protestation of the Roman Catholics of 
England, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 14 

Declaration of the People of England to their Sovereign Lord 
the King, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 14 

Defence of the People of England, in Answer to the Emissaries 
of Popery, Zone?. 1820 Donat. Pam. 14 

Defence of the Protestant Inhabitants of Bristol who have Pe- 
titioned Parliament Against the Roman Catholic Claims, 
Bristol, 1812 Donat. Pam. 14 

Dillon Hon. H. A., Letter to the Noblemen and Gentlemen 
who composed the Deputation from the Catholics of 
Ireland, on the subject of their Mission, Lond. 180.5 

Donat. Pam. 14 

Considerations on the necessity of Catholic Emancipa- 
tion ; or the propriety of Repealing the Act of Union with 
Ireland, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam, 15 

Dillon J. J., The Letters of Hibern-Anglus ; containing Stric- 
tures on the conduct of the present Administration in 
Ireland, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 15 

Cursory Suggestions for the considerations of an 

approaching Meeting of the British Catholics, in a Letter 
to E. Jerningham, Esq., Glasg. 1813 Donat. Pam. 15 

An Address to the Cathohcs of Ireland, in Reply to 

that of Mr. O'Connell, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 15 
Essay on the History and Effects of the Coronation 



Oath, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 45 

Donoughmore Earl of. Speech, on June 6, 1810, upon his 

motion for referring the Petitions of the Irish Catholics to 

a Committee, Zone?. 1810 Donat. Pam. 15 

Dromgoole Dr., Speech delivered at the Catholic Board, Dec. 

8, 1813, Belfast, 1813 Donat. Pam. 151 

Duigenan Dr., Speech in the House of Commons, May 10, 

1805, in the debate on a Petition presented in the name 

of the Roman Catholics of Ireland, by the Hon. C. J. 

Fox, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 15 



128 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Eldon Rt. Hon. Lord, Speech in the House of Lords, on 
April 17, 1821, on the Catholic Question Donat. Pam. 16 

Emancipation ; a Dialogue, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 152 

Evans W. D., Letters on the legal Disabilities of Roman Catho- 
lics and Dissenters, and on the Danger apprehended from 
their Removal, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 16 

Examination of Mr. Cobbett's Objections to the Bill for the 
Relief of the Unitarians Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Extract from the Catholicon, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 17 

Extracts from the Speeches and Writings of Eminent Public 
Characters respecting the Catholic Claims, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 17 

Faction Unmasked ; or a Letter to the Roman Catholics of 
Ireland, on the Conduct of certain Men who compose the 
Catholic Junta, Dublin, 1815 Donat. Pam. 17 

Faction (The) Detected and Despised, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 17 

Foster J. L., Speech in the House of Commons, on April 24, 
1812, on the state of the Penal Laws now in force against 
the Roman Catholics of Ireland Donat. Pam. 18 

Speech in the House of Commons, on May 9, 1817, 

on the Petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland, Zone?. 
1817 Donat. Pam. 18 

GiLLOw Rev. T., Catholic Principles of Allegiance illustrated, 
Newcastle, 1807 Donat. Pam. 19 

GisBORNE T. Jun., Letter to the Rev. H. Phillpotts, D.D., on 
the Subject of his two Letters to the Right Hon. G. 
Canning Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

GoLDSMiD Francis Henry, Remarks on the Civil Disabilities of 
British Jews, Lond. 1830 Donat. Pam. 105 

Grattan Mr., Speech in the House of Commons, May 18, 1810, 
on the Catholic Question, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 19 

Speech on the Catholic Petition, on May 18, 1810, 

and his Reply on June 1, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 19 

Grattan Rt. Hon. H., Speech in the House of Commons, on 
April 23, 1812, on the Catholic Petition, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 19 

Gregor F., Remarks on the proceedings of the Lords and 
Commons in the late parliament respecting the Catholics, 
Truro, 1B\2 Donat. Pam. \9 



THE CATHOLIC QUESTION, ETC. 129 

Grenville Rt. Hon. Lord, Extract from his Speech in the 
House of Lords, on April 17, 1821, on the Bill "For 
the Removal of the Disqualifications under which His 
Majesty's Roman Catholic Subjects now labour," Lond. 
1822 Donat. Pam. 20 

Letter to the Earl of Fingal, on the Claims of the 

Roman Catholics Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

another copy Donat. Pam. 20 



Hawkesbuhy Rt. Hon. Lord, Speech in the House of Lords, 
May 10, 1805, on the Catholic Petition, Lond. 1805 

Donat. Pam. 21 

Hints calculated to aid the Irish Cathohcs in establishing the 

Claims they are now looking for Donat. Pam. 21 

Hints on the Catholic Question, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam, 21 

HippiSLEY Sir J. C, Speech in the House of Commons, May 

18, 1810, on the Catholic Petition, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 21 

Speech on the motion of the Rt. Hon. H. Grattan, 

in the House of Commons, on April 24, 1812, for a 

Committee of the whole House, on the state of the 

^ Penal Laws now in force against the Roman Catholics of 

Ireland, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 21 

Letters to the Earl of Fingal, on the subject of the 

Catholic Claims, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 22 

Speech in the House of Commons, May 11, 1813, 



for the appointment of a Select Committee on the subject 
of the Catholic Claims, Lond. 1815 Donat. Pam. 21 

HoRSLEY Samuel, (Bp. of St. David's,) Speech in the House 
of Lords, May 31, 1791, on the second reading of the 
Bill for the Relief of Papists Donat. Pam. 23 

HoRSLEY Samuel, (Bp. of St. Asaph,) Speech in the House of 
Lords, May 13, 1805, on the Roman Catholic Petition, 
with MS. corrections by himself Donat. Pam. 23 

HoRTON R. W., Letter to the Duke of Norfolk, on the Catholic 
Question, Lond. 1826 Pamphlets, 2 

Humble Remonstrance to the Members of the House of Com- 
mons, on the Nature and Object of the Report of its 
Select Committee for inquiring into the Laws and Ordi- 
nances of Foreign States, respecting their Roman Catholic 
Subjects, &c., Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 23 



■1^ JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

HuNTiNGFORD G. J., Petition of the English Roman Catholics 
considered, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 152 

Hutchinson Rt. Hon. Lord, Speech in the House of Lords, on 
the Catholic Question, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 45 

Imperium in Imperio : or Substantial Motives for Resisting the 
Claims of the Roman Catholics, Bristol, 1825 

Donat. Pam. 23 

Irish Oratory, with its Effects on the Measure of Catholic 
Emancipation considered Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Jews, A Collection of the Best Pieces, in Prose and Verse, 
against the Naturalization of the, Lond. 1753 

Donat. Pam. 82 

Kenyon Rt. Hon. Lord, Observations on the Roman Catholic 
Question, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 25 

Keogh John, Speech at a Meeting of the Cathohcs of Dublin, 
Jan. 24, 1807, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 21 

Le Cathohcisme et le Protestantisme consideres sous le point de 
vue pohtique, Strasbourg, 1823 Donat. Pam. 58 

Lees Sir H., The Antidote; or, " Nouvelles k la Main," recom- 
mended to the serious attention of the Rt. Hon. W. C. 
Plunkett, and other advocates of unrestricted Civil and 
Religious Liberty, Dublin, 1819 Donat. Pam. 26 

Legal Arguments, occasioned by the project of an Union be- 
tween Great Britain and Ireland, on the exclusion of the 
Roman Catholic Nobility and Gentry in both Kingdoms, 
from Parliament, Lond. 1799 Donat. Pam. 26 

Letter to H. R. H. the Prince Regent, on the Ultimate Ten- 
dency of the Roman Catholic Claims, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 28 

Letter to a Member of Convocation, on the present State of 
the Catholic Claims, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter to the Earl of Fingal, by a Catholic Citizen, Dublin, 
1808 Donat. Pam. 27 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. George Canning, on Catholic -Emanci- 
pation, Zowd. 1812 Donat. Pam. 28 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, M.P., Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter to W. Wilberforce, Esq., on the Bill for the Relief of 
Roman Catholics, Dublin, 1815 Donat. Pam. 28 

Letters of Philopatris, on Mr. Plunkett's Bill, Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 29 



THE CATHOLIC QUESTION, ETC. 131' 

Letters (P's.) on Roman Catholic Emancipation, Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 40 
Letters (Two) by Conciliator, on the Question of Catholic 

Emancipation, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 28 

LiNGARD Rev. J., Documents to ascertain the Sentiments of 

British Catholics in former ages, respecting the Power of 

the Popes, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 30 
Review of certain Anti-Catholic Publications, Lond. 

1813 Donat. Pam. 31 
Observations on the Laws and Ordinances which exist 



in Foreign States, relative to the Religious Concerns of 
their Roman Catholic Subjects, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 31 

Magna Charta (The New), or Historical Record of the Debates 
and Proceedings in both Houses of Parliament, on the 
Settlement of the Catholic Claims in 1829, foho 

M'Kenna T., Thoughts on the Civil Condition and Relations of 
the Roman Catholic Clergy, Religion, and People in - 
Ireland, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 31 

Marsh Dr. H., Letter to, in Confutation of his Assertion re- 
specting the Design of the Dissenters Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Answer to the preceding Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

M6moires sur I'etat des Israelites, Paris, 1819 

Donat. Pam. 85 

Memorial to the Public in behalf of the Roman Catholics of 
Edinburgh and Glasgow, Lond. 1779 Donat. Pam. 32 

Mesurier Rev. T. le. Address to the Protestants of Great 
Britain and Ireland, in answer to Charles Butler 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Sequel to the Serious Examination into the Roman 

Catholic Claims, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 33 

Reply to certain Observations of the Rt. Rev. Dr. 

Milner, upon the Sequel to the Serious Examination of 
the Roman Catholic Claims, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 33 

Supplement to the above, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 33 

Considerations on the Bill respecting the Roman 

Catholic Peers, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 33 

Milner Rt. Rev. J., An Elucidation of the Veto, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam, 34 



132 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

MiLNER Bp., Reflections on the Letters of Conciliator, on the 

CathoHc Emancipation Pamphleteer, vol. 3 
Short View of the Chief Arguments against the 

Catholic Petition, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 34 

Moore Peter, (M.P.) Familiar Letters on Catholic Emancipa- 
tion, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 36 
Moore Thomas, Letter to the Roman Catholics of Dublin, 

Dublin, 1810 Donat. Pam. 36 

Musgrave Sir R., Observations on the Reply of the Rt. Rev. 

Dr. Caulfield, and of the Roman Catholic Clergy of 

Wexford, to the Misrepresentations of Sir Richard 

Musgrave, Bart., Dublin, 1802 Donat. Pam. 36 

Nature and Extent of the Demands of the Irish Roman 

Catholics Donat. Pam. 37 

Nugent Lord, A Plain Statement in Support of the Political 

Claims of the Roman Catholics Pamphleteer, vol. 28 
Letter to the Electors of Aylesbury, on the Catholic 

Question, Aylesbury, 1820 Donat. Pam. 37, 164 

Observations on the Catholic Bill, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 38 
Observations on the Danger of Admitting Roman Catholics 

into Offices, either Civil or Military, Reading, 1807 

Donat. Pam. 45 
O'CoNNELL D.,' Letters to the Catholics of Ireland, on the Rt. 

Hon. W. C. Plunkett's two Bills, Lond. 1821 

Dojiat. Pam. 153 
OssoRY, Robert, Lord Bishop of, Speech in the House of Peers, 

on May 16, 1817, on the Roman Catholic Claims, Lond. 

1817 Donat. Pam. 18 

Pakenham Col., Speech in the House of Commons, April 19, 

1825, on the Catholic Relief Bill Donat. Pam. 102 

Parnell Sir H., History of the Penal Laws against the Irish 

Catholics Pamphleteer, vol. 20, 21 

another copy Donat. Pam. 41 

Patriot (The) King ; in which the Claims of the Catholics are 

Legally, Equitably, and Liberally Considered, Zowc?. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 44 
Petition (The Humble) of the Roman Catholics of Ireland to 

the Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, Lond. 1805 

Donat. Pam. 41 



THE CATHOLIC QUESTION, ETC. 133 

Phillpotts Rev. Henry, (D.D.) Letter to the Rt, Hon. George 
Canning on the Bill of 1825 for removing the Disqualifi- 
cation of Roman Catholics, and on his Speech in support 
of the same Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. G. Canning on the present Posi- 
tion of the Roman Catholic Question Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Pilling Rev. W., Letter to the Rev. J. Reeves on his View 
of the Oath said to be tendered by the Legislature to the 
Catholics of England, Lond. 1790 Donat. Pam. 42 

On the Nature, Tendency, and Import of the Oath 

lately Offered to the Catholics of England, Lond. 1790 

Donat. Pam. 42 

Plovvden C, Observations on the Oath proposed to the English 
Roman Catholics, Lond. 1791 Donat. Pam. 43 

Letter to the Reporters of the Cisalpine Club, in 

which their Reports on the Authenticity of the Instrument 
of Catholic Protestation, lodged in the British Museum, 
are Examined, Lond. 1796 Donat. Pam. 43 

Plowden F., Historical Letter to Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart., 
Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 43 

Second Historical Letter to Sir J. C. Hippisley, Bart. 

upon his public Conduct in the Catholic Cause, Paris, 
1815 Donat. Pam. 43 

Plunkett L., Observations on the Tendency of some late Pro- 
ceedings of the General Committee of the Catholics of 
Ireland, Dublin, 1810 Donat. Pam. 44 

Plunkett Rt. Hon. W. C, Speech in the House of Commons, 
Feb. 28, 1821, on Moving for a Committee to Consider 
the state of the Laws affecting the Roman Catholics, 
Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 44 

Popish Petition, Protestantized, Enlarged, and Improved 

Donat. Pam. 45 

Proceedings of the General Committee of the Roman Catholics 
of Ireland in 1792 and 1793, compared with the Proceed- 
ings of the Roman Catholic Committee in 1810 and 1811, 
Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 44 

Protestant's Protest against the Catholic Claims, 8vo. 

Lond. 1826 

QuiN Edw., Speech at the Guildhall, London, on March 5, 1807, 
on the Catholic Question, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 45 



134 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Redesdale Lord, Speech in the House of Lords, May, 1805, on 
the Petition of the Roman Cathohcs Donat. Pam. 45 

Reeves John, Catholic Emancipation proved to be Compatible 
with the Coronation Oath, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 45 

■ Considerations on the Coronation Oath, Lond. 1801 

Donat. Pam. 45 

Reflections (Cursory) on the Measures now in Agitation in 
favour of the Roman Cathohcs of the United Kingdom, 
Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 12 

Reflections on Communities of Women and Monastic Insti- 
tutes, by a Friend of Civil and ReHgious Liberty, Taun- 
ton, 1815 Donat. Pam. 46 

Reflections on the Connection of the British Government with 
the Protestant Religion, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 46 

Reflections on the Justice of granting to the Roman Catholics 
of the United Kingdom, and to every other British Sub- 
ject, an Equality of Civil Rights and Privileges, Liverpool, 
1820 Donat. Pam. 46 

Refutation of the Statement of the Penal Laws which aggrieve 
the Catholics of Ireland, Dublin, 1812 Donat. Pam. 46 

Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, Lond. 1827 

Donat. Pam. 92 

Reply to the Speech of J. W. Croker, Esq. in the House of 
Commons, May 4, 1819, on the Roman Catholic Ques- 
tion, Exeter, 1819 Donat. Pam. 46 

Report of the Debates in the House of Commons on the Catho- 
lic Claims, Feb. 26, to March 2, 1813, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 48 

RossMORE Lord, Letter on Catholic Emancipation 

Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Securities for the Established Religion considered, and the 
Test defended, in a Letter to the Rt. Hon. Earl Grey, 
Exeter, 1812 Donat. Pam. 49 

Sketches of Irish History, and Considerations on the Catholic 
Question, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 50 

SoMERS Rt. Hon. Lord, Reply to a Protestant Letter of the 
Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Gloucester, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 51 

Smith Rev. Sidney, Letter to the Electors on the Catholic 
Question Pamphleteer, vol. 27 



THE CATHOLIC QUESTION, ETC. 135 

Smith Rev. Sidney, Peter Plymley's Two Letters on the Sub- 
ject of the Cathohcs, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 44 

Peter Plymley's letters on the Subject of the Catho- 
lics, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 44 

Peter Plymley's Letters Works, vol. 3 

Speech at a Meeting of the Clergy of the Arch- 



deaconry of the East- Riding of Yorkshire, May 1 1 , 1825, 
on the Catholic Claims Donat. Pam. 71 

Source of the Evil, Addressed to the Parliament and People of 
Great Britain, on the League formed between the Irish 
Lay Separatists and the Irish Roman Catholic Bishops, 
on the Measure of Emancipation ; by Anglo-Hibernus 

Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Speech intended to have been spoken at a Meeting of the In- 
habitants of Leeds, to take into Consideration the Pro- 
priety of presenting a Petition to Parliament in Support 
of the Constitution of this Kingdom as by law Established, 
Leeds, 1813 Donat. Pam. 97 

Statement of the Penal Laws which aggrieve the Catholics of 
Ireland, Dublin, 1812 Donat. Pam. 52 

Stonor Thos., Letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the Catholic 
Question, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 52 

Remarks on Dr. Haggitt's Letter to the Freeholders 

of Oxfordshire, on the Conduct and Pretensions of the 
Roman Catholics, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 52 

Substance of a Speech which ought to have been spoken in a 
certain Assembly upon the Motion made by the Rt. Hon. 
H. Grattan, May 25, 1808, that the Roman Catholic 
Petition be referred to a Committee of the whole House, 
Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 53 

Summary of the Proceedings in the House of Commons on the 
Petition of the Roman Catholics, Lond. 1779 

Donat. Pam. 53 

Thorp Rev. W., Speech on Catholic Emancipation, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 53 

Address to the Protestants of Great Britain and 

Ireland, on Catholic Emancipation, Dublin, 1815 

Donat. Pam. 53 

Thoughts on the Catholic Question, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pom. 54 



136 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Throckmorton Sir John, Considerations on the Petition of the 
Irish Catholics, Lond. 1806 Donat. Pam. 54 

Collection of Statutes for the Relief of the Irish and 

English Roman Catholics, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 54 

TuRTON Thos., (D.D.) Thoughts on the Admission of Persons 
without regard to their Religious Opinions to certain 
Degrees in the Universities of England, Camb. 1834 

Pamphlets, vol. 4 

View of the Case of the Roman Catholics, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 55 

Vincent J. L. S., Observations sur la voie d'autorite appliquee 
a la Religion, Paris, n. d. Donat. Pam. 64 

VoisiNS Gilbert de, Memoires sur les moyens de donner aux 
Protestans un etat civil en France, 1787 

Donat. Pam. 64 

Warburton Bp. , Alliance between Church and State; or, the 
Necessity and Equity of an Established Religion, and 
a Test Law, Demonstrated Works, vol. 7 

Warning Protest of an Irish Roman Catholic, against any and 
every Interference, Change, and Arrangements in the 
discipline and constitution of the Roman Catholic Church 
in Ireland, as a compromise or barter for Catholic Eman- 
cipation, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 26 

Wheelkr Rev. J., Letter to Sir John Lawson, Bart, on Catholic 
Emancipation, Richmond, 1810 Donat. Pam. 56 

Wiltshire Meeting on the Roman Catholic Claims, held at 
Devizes, Jan. 27, 1813, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 56 



POLITICAL ECONOMY. 137 



SECTION VII. 
Political Economy. 

GENERAL TREATISES AND STATISTICS. 

Burn John S., The Fleet Registers ; comprising the History of 
Fleet Marriages and some account of the Parsons and 
Marriage-House keepers, with Extracts from the Regis- 
ters, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Chalmers Thos., (D.D.) On Political Economy, in connexion 
with the Moral State and Moral Prospects of Society, 
Svo. Glasgow, 1832 

Conversations on Political Economy, 12mo. Lond. 1821 

Cooper Thos., (M.D.) Lectures on Political Economy, Svo. 

Columbia, 1831 

Dictionnaire d' Economic Politique et Diplomatique, 4 tom. 
4to. Ency. Method. 

Duchatelet a. J. B., De la Prostitution dans la Ville de Paris, 
consideree sous le Rapport de I'Hygi^ne publique de la 
Morale et de I'Administration, 2 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1836 

DuNLOP A., Sketches on Political Economy Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Jemmett Henry, Observations on Mr. Ricardo's " Principles of 
Political Economy and Taxation" Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Lauderdale Earl of, Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of 
Public Wealth, Svo. Edinh. 1819 

M'CuLLOCH J. R., Statistical Account x)f the British Empire ; 
exhibiting its Extent, Physical Capacities, Population, 
Industry, and Civil and Religious Institutions, 2 vols. 
Svo. Lond. 1837 

Malthus Rev. T. R., Definitions in Political Economy, Svo. 

Lond. 1827 



138 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Marshall J., Statistical View of the number of Persons reported 
to have died, of each of more than 100 kinds of Disease, 
and Casualities within the Bills of Mortality, in each of 
the two hundred and four years, 1629 — 1831 ; with other 
Statistical Tables, &c. relating to the Metropolis, 4to. 

Lond. 1832 

Martineau Harriet, Illustrations of Political Economy, 25 vols. 
18mo. Lond. 1832—4 

No. 1 Life in the Wilds 

2 The Hill and the Valley 

3 Brook and Brook Farm 

4 Demerara 

5 Ella of Garveloch 

6 Weal and Woe in Garveloch 

7 A Manchester Strike 

8 Cousin Marshall 

9 Ireland 

10 Homes Abroad 

1 1 For Each and for All 

12 French Wines and Politics 

13 The Charmed Sea 

14 Berkley the Banker. Part 1 

15 Berkley the Banker. Part 2 

16 Vanderput and Snoek 

1 7 The Loom and the Lugger. Part I 

18 The Loom and the Lugger. Part 2 

19 Sowers and Reapers 

20 Cinnamon and Pearls 

21 A Tale of the Tyne 

22 Briery Creek 

23 The Three Ages 

24 The Farrers of Budge Row 

25 Moral of many Fables 

Mill James, Elements of Political Economy, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Opinions of Mr. Ricardo and Mr. A. Smith, on Political Eco- 
nomy, compared Pamphleteer, vols. 23, 24 

OusELEY W. G., Remarks on the Statistics and Pohtical Insti- 
tutions of the United States, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Report (First and Second Annual) of the Registrar-General of 
Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England, 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

Say J. B., Letters on various Subjects of Political Economy 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 



FINANCE, MONEY, TRADE, AND COMMERCE. 139 

Say J. B., Traite d' Economie Politique, 4th Edit. 2 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1819 
Senior Nassau W., Introductory Lecture on Political Economy 

Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

another copy Donat. Pam, 102 

Smith Adam, (LL.D.) An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes 
of the Wealth of Nations Works, vol. 2 — 4 

another copy, with Life of the Author and Introductory 

Discourse, &c. by J. R. M'Culloch, 4 vols. Svo, 

Edinh. 1828 
Statistical Illustrations of the Territorial Extent and Popula- 
tion, Rental, Taxation, Finances, Commerce, Consump- 
tion, Insolvency, Pauperism, and Crime, of the British 
Empire, Svo. Lond. 1827 

another copy Pamphleteer, vols. 25, 26 

Turcot M., (Euvres de, 9 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1811 

Whately Richard, (D.D.) Introductory Lectures on Political 

Economy, Svo. Lond. 1831 — 2 



i^tCQxiti l3t{it!E(ton. 

FINANCE, MONEY, TRADE, AND COMMERCE. 

Accounts presented to the House of Commons, respecting the 
Public Revenue and Exports and Imports of Great 
Britain, to the 5th Jan., 1799 Donat. Pam. folio 

AssEY Charles, On the Trade to China Pamphleteer, vol. 14 
Bank of England, Historical Sketch of the ; with an examina- 
tion of the question as to the prolongation of the Exclu- 
sive privileges of that Establishment, Lond. 1831 

Pamphlets, 6 

Bentham Jeremy, Defence of Usury ; shewing the Impolicy of 

the present Legal Restraints on the Terms of Pecuniary 

Bargains, 12mo. Lond. 1818 

BossuET J. B., Traite de I'Usure (Euvres, tom. 30 

British Commerce with India, America, &c., Considerations on 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 



140 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Broughton R. E., Letter to G. W, Hall, Esq., in reply to his 
Letter to the President of the Board of Trade, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

Burgess H., A Memorial addressed to Lord Vise. Goderich, on 
the Fitnfess of the System of the Bank of England, of the 
Country Banks, and of the Branch Banks of England, 
to the Wants of the People, «&c. Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Canning Rt. Hon. Geo., Speech in the House of Commons, 
March 1, 1827, on the Com Laws, Lond. 1827 

Pamphlets, 1 

Castlereagh Lord, Speech in the House of Commons, on May 
8, 1811, on the Report of the Bullion Committee, Lond. 
181 1 Donat. Pam. 7 

Speech in the House of Commons, July 15, 1811, on 

the Second Reading of Earl Stanhope's Bill, Lond. 1811 

Donat. Pam. 7 

Chambers A. H., Comments on some recent Political Discus- 
sions, with an Exposure of the Fallacy of the Sinking 
Fund Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Thoughts on the Resumption of Cash Payments by 

the Bank, and on the Corn Bill as connected with that 
Measure Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Chancellor of Exchequer, Speech of, on Finance 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Chancellor of Exchequer, Speech of, on the Budget of the 
year 1819 Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Clark Thomas, (M.D.) The Case of, by which it will be evident 
that the Responsibility of those who are appointed to 
preside at British Foreign Dependencies is merely nom- 
inal, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 8 

Clay John, A Free Trade essential to the Welfare of Great 
Britain Pamphleteer, vol. 1 7 

Cohen Bernard, Compendium of Finance; containing an Ac- 
count of the Public Debts, Revenues, Expenditure, 
National Banks, and Currencies of Sixteen different 
Nations, royal 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Complete Refutation of the Arguments used on the Subject of 
the Agricultural Petition Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Congreve Sir W., Of the Impracticability of the Resumption of 
Cash Payments Pamphleteer, vol. 15 



FINANCE, MONEY, TRADE, AND COMMERCE. 141 

Considerations on the present State of Bank Notes, Specie, 
and Bullion, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 10 

Considerations on the Effects of partial alteration of the 
present Coal Duties, Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 10 

Cooke E., Real Cause of the increased price of the Necessaries 
of Life, and of the high price of Gold Bullion 

Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Corn Laws, Catechism on the ; with a list of Fallacies and the 
Answers Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Corn Question, &c., Consideration on the 

Pamphleteer, vols. 17, 18 

Corn and Currency, On the Relation of Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Crombie Rev. A., Letters on the present State of the Agricul- 
tural Interest, addressed to C. Forbes, Esq., M.P. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Letter to D. Ricardo, Esq., containing an Analysis of 

his Pamphlet on the Depreciation of Bank Notes 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Currency, Essay on the Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Debates in both Houses of Parliament, in May and June, 
1808, relative to the Agreement made by Government 
with Mr. Palmer, for the reform and improvement of the 
Post Office and its Revenue, Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam. 13 

Decus et Tutamen ; or our New Money as now Coined, in full 
Weight and Fineness, proved to be for the Honour, 
Safety, and Advantage of England, Lond. 1696 

Donat. Pam. 160 

Depping G. B., Histoire du Commerce entre le Levant et 
I'Europe, depuis les Croisades jusqu'^ la fondation des 
Colonies d'Amerique, 2 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1830 

Dictionnaire des Finances, 3 tom. 4lo. Ency. Method. 

DiCTioNNAiRE du Commcrcc, 3 tom. 4to. Ency. Method. 

Dissertation on the State of the Nation, respecting its Agri- 
culture Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Dunn W., The Vansittart Plan of Finance Pamphleteer, vol, 16 

DuNSKY H. D., On the present Timber and Deal Trade, as 
regards Europe and the British American Colonies 

Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

DupiN Baron, The Commercial Power of Great Britain; exhi- 
biting a complete view of the Public Works of this 
Country, 2 vols. 8vo. with 4to. Atlas Lond. 182.5 



142 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

East India Question, Letters of Gracchus on the 

Pamphleteer , vol. 1 
East India Question, Letters of Probus on the, in Answer to 
Gracchus Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

East India Sugar, An Inquiry respecting the means of Improv- 
ing its Quality and Reducing its Cost, Lond. 1824 

Donat. Pam. 75 
Evelyn John, Navigation and Commerce, their Original and 
Progress, 1674 Misc. Writings 

Exportation, Letter on the True Principles of advantageous 

Pamphleteer, vol. 12 
Fabius, a Letter to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Buckinghamshire, 
on the subject of an Open Trade to India 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Facts and Observations relative to the Coinage and Circulation of 

Counterfeit or Base Money, Lond. 1795 Donat. Pam. 17 

Farren G., Letter to the Earl of Eldon, on the Report of the 

Finance Committee Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Fenn Charles, A Compendium to the English and Foreign 

Funds, and the principal Joint Stock Companies, 12mo. 

Lond. 1840 
FoRMAN Capt., (R.N.) Plan for Improving the Revenue of the 
Country without adding to the Burdens of the People 

Pamphleteer, vol. 28 
Frend W., The National Debt in its true Colours 

Pamphleteer, vol. 9 
Ganilh M. C, On the Financial Situation of France in 1816 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

General Excise Considered Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Gilbart Jas. Wm., The History and Principles of Banking, 

8vo. Lond. 1834 

Gilbert D., Plain Statement of the Bullion Question 

Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Glover Rev. G., Thoughts on the Character and Tendency of 

the Property Tax Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Graham Sir James, Corn and Currency ; in an Address to the 

Land Owners, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Grenfell John, Observations on the Expediency and Facility 

of a Copper Coinage of uniform weight and a standard 

value according with the Mint Prices of Gold and Silver 

Bullion, Lond. 1814 Donat. Pam. 20 



FINANCE, MONEY, TRADE, AND COMMERCE. 143 

Grenfell p., Speech addressed to the House of Commons, on 
the Subject of applying the Sinking Fund towards any 
Loans raised for the Public Service, 1814 

Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

GuNN Rev. Wm., Remedial Measures suggested in alleviation of 
Agricultural Distress, Lond. 1834 Donat. Tarn. 105 

Hall Rev. Robt., On the Renewal of the East India Company's 
Charter, 1813 Works, vol. 3 

Heathfield R., Elements of a Plan for the Liquidation of the 
Public Debt of the United Kingdom 

Pamphleteer, vols. 15, 16, 17 

another copy Donat. Pam. 78 

^ Observations on Trade Pamphleteer, vol. 20 

HiGGiNS Godfrey, Observations on Mr. M'Culloch's Doctrines 
respecting the Corn Laws and the Rate of Wages, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Hill Rowland, Post Office Reform ; its importance and practi- 
cability, Lond. 1837 Pamphlets, 6 

Hints on the present State of the Question between his Majes- 
ty's Ministers and the Court of Directors, relative to the 
renewal of the East India Company's Charter 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Hints respecting the Negociation for a Renewal of the East 
India Company's Exclusive Privileges, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 21 

HusKissoN W., (M.P.) The Question concerning the Deprecia- 
tion of our Currency stated and examined, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 23, 81 

Substance of a Speech in the House of Commons, 

in a Committee of the whole House, upon the Resolu- 
tions proposed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, 
respecting the State of the Finances, and the Sinking 
Fund of Great Britain, 1813 Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Jacob W., Inquiry into the Causes of Agricultural Distress 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Report on the Agriculture and the Trade in Corn in 

some of the Continental States of Northern Europe 

Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Report on the Trade in Foreign Corn, and on the 

Agriculture of the North of Europe, 8vo Lond. 1826 



144 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Johnstone Mr., Speech on the third Reading of the Bill for 
Preventing the Gold Coin of the Realm from being paid 
or accepted for a greater value than the Current value of 
such Coin, Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 24 

JoiNT-Stock Companies, Speeches on Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

JoPLiN T., An Essay on Banking in England and Scotland, 8vo. 

Lond. 1826 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Lansdown Marquis of, Speech on Foreign Commerce 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Leigh Edward, An Answer to Mr. Eton's Charges against the 
Turkey Company, Lond. 1799 Donat. Pam. 26 

Letter to the Marquis of Lansdown, on the subject of the late 
Tax on "Wool, Bath, 1820 Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, on the Pernicious Effects 
of a Variable Standard of Value, Oxf. 1819 

Pamphlets, 2 

Letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, on the Dangerous 
Competition of the Distilleries with the Breweries 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Letter to W. W. Whitmore, Esq., (M.P.) Pointing out some 
of the Erroneous Statements contained in a pamphlet by 
Joseph Marryat, Esq., M.P. entitled " A Reply to the 
Arguments contained in Various Publications, recom- 
mending an Equalization on the Duties of East and West 
India Sugars," Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 103 

Letters addressed to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Liverpool and 
the Rt. Hon. N. Vansittart, on the Resumption of Cash 
Payments Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Letters (Two) to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Sheffield, on the 
Wool Question, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 29 

Liverpool Rt. Hon. the Earl of, Speech on the Report of the 
Bank Committee Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Treatise on the Coins of the Realm, 4to. Oxf. 1805 

Locke John, Considerations of the Consequences of the Lower- 
ing of Interest, and Raising the Value of Money 

Works, vol. 2 

Long Rt. Hon. C, Temperate Discussion of the Causes which 
have led to the present High Price of Bread 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 



FINANCE, MONEY, TRADE, AND COMMERCE. 145 

Lowe Jos., The present State of England in regard to Agricul- 
ture, Trade, and Finance, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

M'CuLLOCH J. R., Dictionary, Practical, Theoretical, and His- 
torical of Commerce and Commercial Navigation, Svo. 

Lond. 1832 

Maclean Charles, (M.D.) Pamphlet on the East India Com- 
pany's Charter Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Remarks on the Evidence dehvered before both Houses 

of Parliament on the East India Company's Affairs 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Macpherson David, Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fish- 
eries, and Navigation ; containing the Commercial Trans- 
actions of the British Empire and other Countries, to 
1801, 4 vols. 4to. Lond. 1805 

Malthus Rev. T. R., Measure of Value stated and illustrated, 
with an Application of it to the Alterations in the Value 
of the English Currency since 1790, Lond. 1823 

Pamphlets, 2 

Marryatt J., Speech in the House of Commons, 1820, upon 
the Petition of the Ship Owners of the Port of London 
against any Alterations in the Duties on Timber 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Maslen Decimus, A new Decimal System of Money, Weights, 
Measures, and Time proposed for adoption in Great 
Britain, Svo. Lond. 1841 

Method of Increasing the Quantity of Circulating Money 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Milton Viscount, Address to the Landowners of England, on 
the Corn Laws, Lond. 1832 Pamphlets, 6 

Naismith John, Inquiry concerning the propriety of Increasing 
the Import Duty on Foreign Corn Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

National Debt and Operations of the Sinking Fund, Resolutions 
relative to the Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

National Debt, On the Expediency and Necessity of Striking 
off a Part of the Pamphleteer, yo\. 18 

National Distress, Observations on the present 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Observations concerning Trade and Interest on Money, Lond. 
1668 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

V 



146 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

* Observations on Credit, with relation to the provisions of the 
Bankrupt Law, and Insolvent Debtors' Acts 

Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Observations on the Duty on Sea- Borne Coal; and on the 
peculiar Duties and Charges on Coal in the Port of 
London, Lond. 1831 Donat. Pam. 106 

Observations on the National Debt, and an Enquiry into its 
real Connection with the General Prosperity, Norwich, 
1797 Donat. Pam. 89 

Observations on the proposed Tax on Pig-iron, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 38 

Observations on the Salt Laws, Edinb. 1822 Donat. Pam. 38 

Observations on the Woollen Manufacture in the West-Riding 
of the County of York, Leeds, 1808 Donat. Pam. 38 

Observations upon the Act for the Redemption of the Land 
Tax Donat. Pam. 39 

Observations on the Explanatory Act for the Redemption of 
the Land Tax Donat. Pam. 38 

Onslow Mr. Serjeant, Speech on a Bill to Repeal the Laws 
which Regulate and Restrain the Rate of Interest 

Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Origin, Object, and Operation of the Apprentice Laws, Lond. 
1814 Donat. Pam. 40 

Owen R., Observations on the Effect of the Manufacturing 
System Pamphleteer, vo\. 11 

Parnell Sir H., Inquiry into the Policy, Efficiency, and Con- 
sistency, of Alterations in our Corn Laws 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

On Financial Reform, small 8vo, Lond. 1830 

Speech in the House of Commons, on the Corn Laws 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Payne D. B., Address to the Proprietors of Bank Stock on the 
Management of the Governor and Directors of the Bank 
of England Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Payne D. B., On the Reduction of the Interest of the Public 
Debt, &c. Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 41 

Pellet S,, Constitutional Aids, Progress of Taxation, with a 
new Plan of Finance Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Phillimore J., Reflections on the Nature and Extent of the 
License Trade, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 42 



FINANCE, MONEY, TRADE, AND COMMERCE. 14/ 

Playfair W., Letter to the Lords and Commons of Great Bri- 
tain, on the Advantages of Apprenticeships, Lond. 1814 

Donat. Pam. 43 

Pole Rt. Hon. W. W., Letter to, Respecting the Disappearance 
of the Gold Coin, and the Resumption of Cash Payments 

Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Powell John, Analytical Exposition of the Financial and Com- 
mercial Systems of Great Britain Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Preston R., Revievp of the present Ruined Condition of the 
Landed and Agricultural Interests Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Project of Finance Pamphleteer, vol. 11 

Refutation of the Claims of the West India Colonists to a 

Protecting Duty on East India Sugar, Lond. 1823 

Donat. Pam. 103 
Remarks upon the Bank of England, Lond. 1706 

Donat. Pam. 91 

Reply to some Financial Mistatements, in and out of Parlia- 
ment, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 46 

Report from the select Committee of the House of Commons, 
to whom the Petitions on the Distressed State of the 
Agriculture of the United Kingdom were referred, Lond. 
1821 D(mat. Pam. 47 

Reports (First and Second) from the Secret Committee of the 
House of Commons, on the Expediency of the Bank 
resuming Cash Payments Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Report from the Committee of the House of Commons, on 
Laws relating to the Manufacture, Sale, and Assize of 
Bread Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Report of the Commissioners for Examining the Public Accounts 
of the Kingdom, Lond. 1711 Donat. Pam. 92 

Report of the Committee of Correspondence of the East India 
Company, upon the Claims of the Outports 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting Statements 
in relation to the Condition of the Bank of the United 
States, &.C. Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Representation agreed upon. May 20, 1819, by the Directors 
of the Bank of England Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Robinson Rt. Hon. F., Letter to, on the present depressed state 
of Agriculture Pamphleteer, vol. 17 



148^ JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Robinson Rt. Hon. F., A Second Letter to, on the present state 
of the Currency Pamphleteer, vol. 19 

Senior N. W,, Three Lectures on the Transmission of the Pre- 
cious Metals from Country to Country, and the Mercantile 
Theory of Wealth, Lond, 1828 Pamphlets, 3 

Sheffield Lord, On the Trade in Wool and Woollens 

Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Report of, at the Meeting at Lewes Wool Fair, 1813 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Silver F,, Observations on Mr. Vansittart's Plan of Finance 

Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Sinclair Sir J., Observations on the Report of the Bullion 
Committee, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 50 

SiSMONDi J. C. L. Simonde de, De la Richesse Commerciale; ou 
Principes d' Economic Politique, 2 tom. 8vo. Geneve, 1803 

Nouveaux Principes d' Economic Politique ; ou de la 

Richesse dans ses Rapports avec la Population, 2 tom. 
2me Edit. 8vo. Paris, 1827 

Sketch for a New Division and Sub-division of Monies, Weights, • 
and Coins Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Sketch of a Plan for a Reformation in the System of Provincial 
Banking Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

Smith T., Letter to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Liverpool, on the 
New Coinage Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Speech delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, on pro- 
posing a Grant of One Million for providing Additional 
Places of Worship in England, 1818 Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Speech in Parliament, wherein is shewn the Cause and Cure of 
the Decay of Trade and Merchandize, Lond. 1739 

Donat. Pam. 97 

Spence W., Agriculture the source of the Wealth of Britain, 
Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 97 

• Britain Independent of Commerce, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 97 

Sullivan John, Narrative and Statement of Facts, addressed 
to the Court of Directors of the East India Company, 
October, 1788, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 53 

Tables Illustrative of the Speeches of the Rt. Hon. the Earl of 
Liverpool, and the Rt. Hon. the Chancellor of the 
Exchequer, &c. Pamphleteer, vol. 15 



FINANCE, MONEY, TRADE, AND COMMERCE. 149 

Table of Finances for 1813 Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Talleyrand M. de, Memoir concerning the Commercial Rela- 
tions of the United States with Great Britain 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 
Tarleton Lieut. Gen., Substance of a Speech intended for the 
Vote of Credit Bill, for 1810, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 53 
Tatham E., Observations on the Scarcity of Money 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 
Thompson T. P., An Exposition of Fallacies on Rent, Tithes, 
&c. with an Inquiry into the comparative Consequences 
of Taxes on Agricultural and Manufactured Produce 

Pamphleteer, vol. 27 
Thoughts on the Causes of the present Failures, Lond. 1793 

Donat. Pam. 98 
Three most Important Objects Proposed, by the Author of the 
Income and Property Tax, York, 1815 Donat. Pam. 54 
TooKE Thomas, History of Prices, and of the state of the Cir- 
culation, from 1793 to 1837 ; with a Sketch of the Corn 
Trade in the last two Centuries, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

History of Prices, &c. in 1838 and 1839, 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 
ToRRENs R., An Essay on the Production of Wealth, 8vo. 

Lond. 1821 

Trotter C, Principles of Currency and Exchanges applied to 

the Report from the Select Committee of the House of 

Commons, appointed to Enquire into the High Price of 

Gold Bullion, &c. Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 55 

Turnor E., On the Exportation of Wool, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 23 
UsuRiE, Tract Against, presented to the High Court of Parlia- 
ment, Lond. 1668 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 
Vansittart Rt. Hon. N., Outlines of a Plan of Finance, pro- 
posed to be submitted to Parliament Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Speech in the House of Commons, in the Committee 

of Ways and Means, 1815 Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

The Budget for 1815 Pamphleteer, vol. 6 



Wakefield D,, Letter to Thos. Paine, in Reply to his Decline 
and Fall of the English System of Finance, Lond. 1796 

Donat. Pam. 99 



150 JURISPRUDENCE^ ETC. 

Weights and Measures, Report of the Commissioners appointed 
to consider the Subject of Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Weights and Measures, Observations on the Report of the 
Committee of Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Western C. C, Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the Cause 
of our present Embarrassment and Distress, and the 
Remedy Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

— Speech of, on moving that the House should resolve 

itself into a Committee of the whole House, to take into 
consideration the distressed state of the Agriculture of 
the United Kingdom, 1816 Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Whitcombe S., Considerations addressed to the Legislature 
upon the Expediency and Policy of Authorising the 
Alienation of Estates belonging to Corporate Bodies, 
particularly Bishops, and Deans and Chapters, for the 
purpose of raising Money to Purchase the Unredeemed 
Land Tax, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 56 

Whitmore W. W., Letter to the Electors of Bridgenorth, on 
the Corn Laws Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Observations addressed to him in consequence of his 

Letter to the Electors of Bridgenorth 

Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Remarks on the State of the Corn Question after the 



Parliamentary Discussions of 1827, being an Appendix to 
" Observations on the Corn Laws," addressed to him in 
consequence of his Letter to the Electors of Bridgenorth 

Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

WiLKS J., Practical Scheme for the Reduction of the Public 
Debt and Taxation Pamphleteer, vol. 20 

Wray J., Dangers of an Entire Repeal of the Bank Restriction 
Act Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Wrottesley H., On the Com Laws, &c. Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Young A., Inquiry into the Rise of Prices in Europe, during 
the last 25 years Pamphleteer, vol. 6 



COLONIZATION, SLAVERY, ETC. 161 

COLONIZATION, SLAVERY AND THE SLAVE TRADE. 

Account of a Shooting Excursion on the Mountains near 

Dromilly Estate, in the Parish of Trelawny, and Island 

of Jamaica, in October, 1824 Donat. Pam. 66 

Address to the Inhabitants of Europe, on the Iniquity of the 

Slave Trade, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 104 

Address to the Public, on the State of Slavery in the West 

India Islands, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 66 

Analysis of the Report of the Committee of the House of 

Commons, on the Extinction of Slavery, Lond. 1833 

Donat. Pam. 104 
ANTi-Slavery Monthly Reporter, from the commencement in 

1825, to July, 1836, 6 vols, in 3, 8vo. 
ANTi-Slavery Reporter, The British and Foreign, from July 28, 

1841, and continued 
Appeal to British Humanity and Justice, by -the Society for the 

Abolition of Human Sacrifices in India Donat. Pam. 105 
Appeal (Impartial) to the Reason, Justice, and Patriotism of 

the People of Illinois, on the Injurious Effects of Slave 

Labour, Philadelphia, reprinted, Lond. 1824 

Donat. Pam. 82 
Bancroft George, History of the Colonization of the United 

States, 3 vols, 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Bandinel James, Some Account of the Trade in Slaves from 

Africa, especially with reference to the Efforts made by 

the British Government for its Extinction, 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Barclay D., An Account of the Emancipation of the Slaves of 

Unity Valley Pen, Jamaica, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 3 
Beaufoy Mr., Speech in the House of Commons, June 18, 

1788, on a Bill for regulating the Conveyance of Negroes 

from Africa to the West Indies Donat. Pam. 66 

BiCKELL Rev. R,, The West Indies as they are, or a real Picture 

of Slavery, 8vo. Lond. 1825 
another copy Donat. Pam. 68 



152 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Bond G., A Brief Account of the Colony of Port Jackson, in 
New South Wales, 1803 Donat. Pam. 4 

Bruce John, Substance of a Speech in the Committee of the 
House of Commons, on the resolutions respecting Indian 
Affairs Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Buchanan James, Plan for the Melioration and Civilization of 
the British North American Indians, New York, 1824 

Donat. Pam. 69 

BuRCHELL W. J., Hints on Emigration to the Cape of Good 
Hope Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Buxton Thomas Fowell, Tlie African Slave Trade, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

The African Slave Trade, and its Remedy, 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

Caffre Nations, The Wrongs of the, a Narrative, by Justus, 
12mo. Lond. 1837 

Can ADAS, Present State of the; containing practical and statis- 
tical information respecting the CHmate, Soil, &c., &c., 
of Upper and Lower Canada, ISmo. Lond. 1833 

Channing W. E., Slavery Pamphlets, 5 

Clarkson Thomas, History of the Abohtion of the Slave Trade, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1808 

The Cries of Africa to the Inhabitants of Europe 

Donat. Pam. 103 

Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving the Condition 

of the Slaves in the British Colonies, Lond. 1 824 

Donat. Pam. 71 

Cooper Thos., Facts illustrative of the Condition of the Negro 
Slaves in Jamaica, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 73 

■ .Correspondence between George Hibbert, Esq., and 

the Rev. T. Cooper, relative to the Condition of the 
Negro Slaves in Jamaica, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 73 

Cropper James, Relief for West Indian Distress, Lond. 1823 

Donat. Pam. 73 

The Support of Slavery Investigated, Liverpool, 1824 

Donat. Pam. 103 

Debate in the House of Commons, May 15, 1823, on the 
Abolition of Slavery, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 74 

Debate in the House of Commons, June 23, 1825, on the 
Demolition of the Methodist Chapel and Mission House 
in Barbadoes, Lond. 1825 Donat. Pam. 74 



COLONIZATION, SLAVERY, ETC. 153 

DiscouRS prononce par M. de Due de Broglie, k la Chambre 
des Pairs le 28 Mars 1822, sur la Trait^ des N^gres 

Donat. Pam. 103 

Discussion on Slavery, between the Rev. W. Knibb and Mr. 
P. Borthwick, at Bath, on Dec. 15, 1832 

Donat. Pam. 103 

Enquiky into the Right and Duty of compelling Spain to 
relinquish her Slave Trade in Northern Africa 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Exposure of some of the Mistatements and Misrepresentations 
contained in Mr. Marry att's pamphlet entitled " Thoughts 
on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and the Civilization 
of Ah-ica," Zowc?. 1816 Donat. Pam. 17 

Foreign Slave Trade, a brief account of its State, of the Treaties 
which have been entered into, and of the Laws enacted 
for its suppression. Land. 1837 Donat. Pam. 106 

Garrison William Lloyd, Thoughts on African Colonization, 
Boston, 1832 Donat. Pam. 103 

GuRNEY J. J,, Speech on British Colonial Slavery, Norwich, 
1824 Donat. Pam. 163 

A Winter in the West Indies, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Hall Rev, Robt., Address on the State of Slavery in the West 
India Islands, 1824 Works, vol. 3 

Hastings Marquess of, Summary of the Administration of the 
Indian Government, 1813 — 1823 Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Hints Relative to Native Schools, Serampore, reprinted, Lond. 
1817 Donat. Pam. 80 

Hodgson Adam, Letter to Jean-Baptiste Say, on the Compara- 
tive Expense of Free and Slave Labour, Liverpool, 1823 

Donat. Pam. 80 

Horrors of the Negro Slavery existing in our West Indian 
islands, demonstrated from Official Documents presented 
to the House of Commons, Lond, 1805 

Donat. Pam. 23 

HowiTT William, Colonization and Christianity; a Popular 
History of the Treatment of the Natives by the Euro- 
peans in all their Colonies, small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Immediate not Gradual Abolition ; or an Inquiry in the Shortest, 
Safest, and most Effectual means of getting rid of West 
Indian Slavery Donat. Pam. 81 



154 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Interference of the British Legislature, in the Internal Concerns 
of the West India Islands, respecting their Slaves, depre- 
cated, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 23 

IviMEY Joseph, Lecture on Colonial Slavery, Lond. 1832 

Donat. Pam. 103 

Jordan G. W., An Examination of the Principles of the Slave 
Registry Bill, and of the means of Emancipation pro- 
posed by the Authors of the Bill, Lond. 1816 

Donat. Pam. 25 

KosTER H., On the Amelioration of Slavery Pamphleteer, \o\. 8 

Letter from Legion to His Grace the Duke of Richmond, 
Chairman of the Slavery Committee of the House of 
Lords, containing an Exposure of the Character of the 
Evidence on the Colonial Side produced before the 
Committee, Lond. 1832 Donat. Pam. 104 

Liberia Unmasked, Edinb. 1833 Donat. Pam. 105 

LiNDOE Robert, Observations upon Slavery, setting forth that 
to hold the principles of Slavery is to deny Christ, Lond. 
1824 Donat. Pam. 103 

Memoranda respecting the French Slave Trade in 1820, Lond. 
1820 Donat. Pam. 104 

MuDiE James, The Felonry of New South Wales, being a 
faithful picture of the real Romance of Life in Botany 
Bay, 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Negro Slavery ; or a View of that State of Society as it exists in 
the United States of America and in the Colonies of the 
West Indies, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 85 

Negro Slavery ; Observations in Answer to an " Address to the 
Clergy of the Established Church and to Christian 
Ministers of every Denomination," Lond. 1826 

Donat. Pam. 85 

Negro Slavery, Nos, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15 Donat. Pam. 85 

Negro's (The) Memorial, or Abolitionists Catechism abridged 
Bristol, 1830 Donat. Pam. 104 

PoRTEUs Bp., Essay towards a Plan for the more effectual 
Civilization and Conversion of the Negro Slaves on the 
Trust Estate in Barbadoes, belonging to the Society for 
the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts Tracts 

PovNDER John, Substance of a Speech on Human Sacrifices in 
India, 8vo. Lond. 1827 



COLONIZATION, SLAVERY, ETC. 155 

Reasons for Establishing a Registry of Slaves in the British 
Colonies, Lond. 1815 Donat. Pam. 45 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Remarks on the Slave Registry Bill, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 5 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Report of the Committee for the Relief of Distressed Settlers in 
South Africa Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons, 
on the Extinction of Slavery throughout the British 
Dominions; with Minutes of Evidence, &c. 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

Report of the Parliamentary Select Committee, on Aboriginal 
Tribes, (British Settlements,) Lond. 1837 Pamphlets, 7 

Reports (Twenty) of the Committee of the African Institution, 
4 vols. Svo. Lond. 1811—26 

Romilly Sir S., Speech in the House of Commons, on that 
article in the Treaty of Peace which relates to the Slave 
Trade, 1814 Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Slave Colonies of Great Britain ; or a Picture of Negro Slavery, 
Lond. 1826 Donat. Pam. 96 

Slavery in the West Indies ; Speech of the Lord Chancellor in 
the House of Lords, March 7, 1826 Donat. Pam. 96 

Slavery in the West Indies ; Speech of Lord Viscount Dudley 
in the House of Lords, March 7, 1826 Donat. Pam. 96 

Slavery in the West Indies; Speech of the Viscount St. 
Vincent in the House of Lords, March 7, 1826 

Donat. Pam. 96 

Smith W., Letter to W. Wilberforce, Esq., M.P., on the pro- 
posed Abolition of the Slave Trade, Lond. 1807 

Donat. Pam. 167 

Statements and Observations on the Working of the Laws for 
the Abolition of Slavery, and on the present state of the 
Negro Population Donat. Pam. 105 

Stephen J., West Indian Pretensions Refuted, Lond. 1824 

Donat. Pam. 97 

England Enslaved by her own Colonies, Lond. 1826 

Donat. Pam. 97 

Stewart Hon. and Rev. C, Short View of the present State of 
the Eastern Townships in the Province of Lower Canada, 
Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 52 



156^ JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Sturge Joseph and Thomas Harvey, The West Indies in 1837, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons on May 
15, 1823, on a Motion for the Mitigation and Gradual 
Abolition of Slavery, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 104 

Substance of the Proceedings in the House of Commons on 
July 25, 1822, on the occasion of Two Addresses to his 
Majesty ; one moved by Mr. WiJberforce, For preventing 
the Extension of Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope; 
and the other by Mr. Wilmot, For sending Commis- 
sioners of Inquiry to certain British Colonies, Zowc?. 1822 

Donat. Pam. 104 

Suggestions on the Slave Trade Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Thorpe R., Commentary on the Treaties entered into for pre- 
venting any Illicit Traffic in Slaves Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Thoughts on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and Civilization 
of Africa, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 54 

View of the present State and future Prospects of the Free 
Trade and Colonization of India, Lond. 1828 

Donat. Pam. 103 

View of the present State of the African Slave Trade, Philadel- 
phia, 1824 Donat. Pam. 105 

Whiteley Henry, Three Months in Jamaica in 1832 : compris- 
ing a Residence of Seven Weeks on a Sugar Plantation 

Donat. Pam. 168 

Why Emigrate? Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 5Q 

Wileerforce W., Appeal to the Inhabitants of the British 
Empire, in behalf of the Negro Slaves in the West 
Indies, Lond,. 1823 Donat. Pam. 100 

Letter to his Excellency the Prince of Talleyrand 

Perigord, on the subject of the Slave Trade 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Winn T. S., Emancipation ; or Practical Advice to British Slave 
Holders, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 100 



POPULATION, STATE OF THE POOR, ETC. 157 

dFourtl) Mbiiion. 

POPULATION, STATE OF THE POOR, POOR LAWS, ETC. 

Alison Archibald, The Principles of Population, and their con- 
nection with Human Happiness, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1840 

Associated Catholic Charities, Annual Report, 1 820 

Donat. Pam. 151 

Barrett Henry, Letter on the subject of the Poor Laws, 
addressed to the Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, M.P., Yarmouth, 
1829 Donat. Pam. 168 

Bellew R., Thoughts and Suggestions on the Means of Im- 
proving the condition of the Irish Peasantry, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 3 

Bernard Sir T., An Account of a supply of Fish for the Manu- 
facturing Poor, Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 3 

• another copy, 8vo. Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

• On the Supply of Employment and Subsistence for the 

Labouring Classes in Fisheries, &c. Pamphleteer, \o\. 10 

Booth David, Letter to Malthus on his Criticism on Godwin's 
Work on Population, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Bowles W. L., Thoughts on the Increase of Crimes, the Educa- 
tion of the Poor, and the National Schools 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Brereton Rev. C. D., Observations on the Administration of 
the Poor Laws in Agricultural Districts Pamphlets, 1 

Brougham H., Letter to Sir S. Romilly, upon the abuse of 
Charities Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Practical Observations upon the Education of the 

People, Lond. 1825 Donat. Pam. 69 

Speech on the Education of the Poor, 1820 

Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Brydges Sir E., Arguments in favour of the Practicability of 
Relieving the Able-bodied Poor, by finding employment 
for them Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Buxton T. F., Speech at the Egyptian Hall, on Nov. 26, 1816, 
on the Distress in Spitalfields, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 6 



156 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Chalmers Thomas, (D.D.) Speech delivered before the General 
Assembly of the Church of Scotland, explanatory of the 
measures pursued in St. John's Parish, Glasgow, for the 
Extinction of its Compulsory Pauperism, Glasg. 1822 

Speeches and Tracts 

Statement in regard to the Pauperism of Glasgow, 

Glasg. 1823 Speeches and Tracts 

Clark Zachary, Account of Charities in Norfolk, 8vo. 

Bury, 1811 

Clarkson W., Inquiry into the Cause of the Increase of Paupe- 
rism and Poor Rates, Loud, 1816 Donat. Pam. 71 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

CouRTENAY T. P., Letter to the Rt. Hon. W. S. Bourne, 
Chairman of the Select Committee of the House of 
Commons, appointed for the Consideration of the Poor 
Laws Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Cunningham Rev. J. W., Observations on Friendly Societies 

Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

CuRWEN J. C, Speech in the House of Commons, on a Motion 
for a Committee for taking into Consideration the State 
of the Poor Laws, 1816 Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

■ Speech in the House of Commons, on a Motion for 

a Committee to take into Consideration the Poor Laws, 
1847 Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Deroches J. J., Notice sur I'etablissement de soupes existant 
k Geneve, Geneve, 1817 Donat. Pam. 61 

Eden Sir Frederick M., The State of the Poor, or a History of 
the Labouring Classes in England, from the Conquest to 
the present period, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1797 

Gascoigne H. B., The Old Views of Society Revived, with 
Remarks on the present State and Prospects of Orphan 
and Pauper Children, Lond. 1820 Donat. Pam, 18 

Pauperism, its Evils and Burdens Reduced by calling 

into action the Labours of the Poor, and by the useful 
Direction of Charity, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 19 

Glover Rev. G., Observations on the present State of Pauper- 
ism in England, in a Letter to T. W. Coke, Esq. M.P. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 
Godwin Wm., On Population, in answer to Malthus, 8vo. 

Lond. 1820 



POPULATION, STATE OF THE POOR, ETC. 159 

Hale Wm., Letter to Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M.P., contain- 
ing Observations on the Distresses peculiar to the Poor 
of Spitalfields, arising from their local situation, Lond. 
1816 Donat. Pam. 20 

Hall Rev. R., Appeal to the Public on the subject of the Frame- 
Work Knitters' Fund ; and an Appeal to the Objections 
of Cobbett and others, against the Frame- Work Knitters' 
Friendly Relief Society (1819) Works, vol. 3 

HiGHMORE A., Observations on the Bill for the Registering and 
Securing of Charitable Donations for the Benefit of poor 
Persons in England, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 21 

Hill S., Plan for Reducing the Poor's Rate, by giving perma- 
nent Employment to the Labouring Classes, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 21 

Holland, An Account of the Poor Colonies and Agricultural 
Workhouses of the Benevolent Society of, 12mo. 

Lond. 1828 

Inquiry into the Destitute Condition of the Working Classes ; 
particularly of those connected with the Cotton Trade, 
Lond. 1829 Donat. Pam. 168 

Ireland, On the Deplorable Condition of the helpless Poor in, 
with a Plan of Relief, «&c. Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Jee Rev. T., Practical Observations on the Management of the 
Poor Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Lancaster J., On the best means of Educating and Employing 
the Poor in Ireland, Lond. 1806 Donat. Pam. 83 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. Geo. Canning, on the Principle and the 
Administration of the Enghsh Poor Laws, Lond. 1823 

Donat. Pam. 30 

Letter (A Second) to the Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, on the Causes 
of the Increase of Pauperism, and on the Poor Laws, 
Ox/. 1819 Pamphlets, 2 

Malthus T. R., Essay on the Principle of Population, 3 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1817 

Martin M., Letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Pelham, on the State of 
Mendicity in the Metropolis, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 32 

Martineau Harriet, Poor Laws and Paupers Illustrated, 18mo. 

Land. 1833—4 

No. 1 The Parish No. 3 The Town 

2 The Hamlets 4 The Land's End 



l60 



JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 



Mendicity, &c., Sketch of a Simple, Original, and Practical 
Plan for Suppressing Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Meteyard W. H., Remarks on a pamphlet entitled " Thoughts 
submitted to the Employers of Labour," &c. Norwich, 
1830 Pamphlets, 7 

Onslow Mr. Serjeant, Speech on Moving for leave to bring in a 
Bill to Amend the Statute of 5 Elizabeth cap. iv 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Owen Robert, A New View of Society, royal 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Page F., Principle of the English Poor Laws Illustrated and 
Defended, Bath, 1822 Donat. Pam. 40 

Plan suggested for mature Consideration for superseding the 
Necessity of the Poor Rates, &c. Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Poor, On the Means of Benefiting the Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Poor Laws, Extracts from the Information received by the 
Commissioners appointed to Enquire into the Administra- 
tion and Operation of the, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Poor Laws, Report from the Commissioners appointed to En- 
quire into the Administration and Operation of the, 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Poor Laws, Two Reports addressed to the Commissioners 
appointed to Enquire into the Administration and Opera- 
tion of the, by C. H. Cameron, John Wrottesley, and 
J. W. Cowell, Esqrs. ; and a Letter from Count Arriva- 
bene, on the Management of the Poor in Belgium, 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Poor Law Commissioners, Annual Reports of, from their com- 
mencement in 1835, 8vo. 

Population, On the Means of Retaining it within any Required 
Limits Pamphleteer, yo\. 16 

Preston R., Address to the Fund-Holder, the Manufacturer, 
the Mechanic, and the Poor, on the Poor Laws 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

The Poor Rates gradually reduced Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Remarks on the Practicability of Mr. Robert Owen's plan to 
Improve the Condition of the Lower Classes, Lond. 1819 

Donat. Pam. 165 

Remarks upon a Bill for Promoting and Encouraging of Indus- 
try amongst the Labouring Classes of the Community, 
Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 154 



POPULATION, STATE OF THE POOR, ETC. 161 

Report (First) of the Committee of the Fish Association, re- 
specting the measures to be adopted for Increasing the 
Supply and Use of Fish in the Metropolis and its Neigh- 
bourhood Pamphleteer, vol. 1 

Report (Second) of the Committee of the Fish Association for 
the Benefit of the Community, respecting the Measures 
to be adopted for the Supply of the Metropolis and its 
Neighbourhood Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Report (Second) of the Association for the Relief of the Manu- 
facturing and Labouring Poor, relative chiefly to the 
general Supply of Fish in the Metropolis and the Interior 

Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Report of the Finance Committee and Trustees of the Royal 
Lancasterian Institution for the Education of the Poor, 
for 1812 Donat.Pam. 92 

Report of the National Society for the Education of the Poor, 
1813 Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Report of a Select Committee on Remuneration for Labour, 
&c. Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Report of the Proceedings on hearing an Appeal between the 
Hamlets of Norwich and the Court of Guardians, Norw. 
1823 Bonat. Pam. 92 

Sandby Rev. George, Jun., Discretionary Power; Exemplified 
from the Minutes of the late Incorporation of the Hun- 
dred of Wangford; in a Letter to Edw, Twisleton, Esq. 
Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, Lond. 1841 

Donat. Pam. 106 

Savings' Banks, Observations on Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Senior Nassau William, A Letter to Lord Ho wick, on a Legal 
Provision for the Irish Poor, Commutation of Tithes, and 
a Provision for the Irish Roman Catholic Clergy, Lond. 
1831 Pamphlets, 6 

Sewell J., Hints to Proprietors of Real Property 

Donat. Pam. 95 

Sheffield John Earl of. Observations on the Impolicy, Abuses, 
and False Interpretation of the Poor Laws 

Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Suggestions how the Poor Laws of England, with their attend- 
ant Evils, may be gradually Superseded, Edinb. 1823 

Donat. Pam. 53 



1'62 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

ToRRENS Major, A Paper on the Means of Reducing the Poor's 

Rates Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Vagrancy, Resolutions, Hints, &c. on the Suppression of, 

Kendal, 1818 Donat. Pam. 165 

Vagrant Act, in relation to the Liberty of the Subject, Lond. 

1824 Donat. Pam. 55 

VoGHT Baron Von, Account of the Management of the Poor in 

Hamburgh, between the years 1788 and 1794 

Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 
Wood J., Account of the Shrewsbury House of Industry, 

Shrewsbury, 1795 Donat. Pam. 56 

Worcester Institution for the Relief of the Poor, Account of 

the, Worcester, 1817 Donat. Pam. 101 



POLICE, PENAL CODE, AND PRISON DISCIPLINE. 

Appeal to the Public in behalf of Nicholas Tomlinson, Esq., a 
Captain in his Majesty's Navy, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 2 
Beaumont J. T. B., An Essay on Criminal Jurisprudence, with 
the Draft of a New Penal Code 

Pamphleteer, vols. 18, 19 
Beccaria, Dei Delitti e delle Pene, 18mo. Pavia, 1817 

Bennet H. G., Letter »n the Abuses existing in Newgate 

Pamphleteer, vol. 11 
Bentham Jeremy, Observations on Mr. Secretary Peel's Speech, 
March 21, 1825, introducing his Police Magistrates' Sa- 
lary Raising Bill ; also on jthe announced Judges' Salary 
Raising Bill, and the pending County Court's Bill 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

BowLY Samuel, Lecture on the Abolition of the Punishment of 

Death, Lond. 1836 Donat. Pam. 168 

BowRiNG J., Account of the State of the Prisons in Spain and 

Portugal Pamphleteer, vol. 23 



POLICE^ PENAL CODE, ETC. 163 

BuRROWES P., Speeches on the Trials of Edward Sheridan, M.D., 
and Thomas Kirwan, merchant, upon Indictments under 
the Convention Act, Dublin, 1812 Donat. Pam. 6 

Burton Wm. Westbrooke, The State of Rehgion and Educa- 
tion in New South Wales, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Buxton T. F., An Inquiry whether Crime and Misery are pro- 
duced or prevented by our present System of Prison 
Discipline, 12mo. Lond. 1818 

Speech in the House of Commons, March 2, 1819, 

on the motion for a Committee to consider of so much of 
the Criminal Laws as relates to Capital Punishments or 
Felonies, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 70 

Speech in the House of Commons, May 23, 1821, on 



the Bill " for Mitigating the Severity of Punishment in 
certain Cases of Forgery," Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 70 

Chitty J., Observations on the Game Laws Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Christian Edw., Vindication of the Criminal Law, and the 
Administration of Public Justice in England, from the 
Imputation of Cruelty, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 8 

CoLQUiiouN P., (LL.D.) Treatise on the Police of the Metro- 
polis, 8vo. Lond. 1800 

Cottu M., On the Administration of the Criminal Code in 
England, and the Spirit of the English Government 

Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

DoLiNs Sir D., Second Charge to the Grand Jury of the County 
of Middlesex, April 18, 1726, Lond. 1726 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Third Charge to the Grand Jury of the County of 

Middlesex, Oct. 6, 1726, Lond. 1726 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Duty of Constables, Lond. 1798 Donat. Pam. 15 

Elford Sir W., Remarks on the Obnoxious Parts of the Game 
Laws Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Extracts from the Third Report of the Inspectors of Prisons 
for the Home Department, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Farmer's Night-Cap; or the Parson's Pocket Companion; 
being Remarks upon the Penal Laws affecting the Clergy, 
Lond. 1783 Donat. Pam. 76 

Favell S., Speech on the Propriety of Revising the Criminal 
Laws, delivered Dec. 10, 1818, before the Corporation 
of the City of London, Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 76 



164 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Fletcher Judge, Charge to the Grand Jury of the County of 
Wexford, delivered at the Summer Assizes, 1814 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Fry Eliz., Observations on the Visiting, Superintendence, and 
Government of Female Prisoners, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Game Laws, Letters on the, by a Country Gentleman 

Pamphleteer , vol. 1 1 

Good J, M., Letter to Sir John Cox Hippisley, Bart., on the 
Mischiefs incidental to the Tread-Wheel 

Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Second Letter on the Mischiefs incidental to the 

Tread- Wheel, as an Instrument of Prison DiscipHne, 
Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 19 

GuRNEY J. J., Notes made on a Visit to some of the Prisons in 
Scotland and the North of England, 12mo. Lond. 1819 

another copy Pamphleteer, \oh. 15, 16 

HoLFORD George, Speech in the House of Commons, June 21, 
1822, in support of an Amendment to Withhold from the 
Visiting Justices of Prisons, the Power of Authorising 
the Employment, without their own Consent, of Prisoners 
Committed for Trial, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 22 

Thoughts on the Criminal Prisons of this Country 

Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

Inquiries Relative to Prison DiscipHne, Lond. 1818 

Donat. Pam. 82 

Jackson R., On the Increase of Crime, and the Degree of its 
Extent, the Principal Causes of such Increase, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

another copy Pamphlets, 2 

Letter on the Game Laws, Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter on the Tone and Matter of 'Judge Fletcher's Charge 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Maconochie Capt., Australiana ; Thoughts on Convict Manage- 
ment, and other Subjects connected with the Australian 
Penal Colonies, 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Mainwaring G. B,, Observations on the Present State of the 
Police of the Metropolis Pamphleteer, vols. 19, 20 

Minutes of Evidence taken before a Select Committee appointed 
by the House of Commons to Inquire into the State of 
the Police of the Metropolis, 8vo. Lond. 1816 



POLICE, PENAL CODE, ETC. 165 

Montagu B., Inquiries respecting the Punishment of Death for 
Crimes without Violence Pamphleteer, vol. 12 
— The Opinions of Different Authors upon the Punish- 
ment of Death, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1812 
Pillory, Brief Observations on the Punishment of 

Pamphleteer, vol, 4 
Police Report of 1816, Considerations on the 

Pamphleteer, vol. 21 
PoLiDORi J. W., On the Punishment of Death 

Pamphleteer, vol. 8 
Rapport sur I'Etat Actuel des Prisons dans les Departements 
du Calvados, de I'Eure, de la Manche, et de la Seine- 
Inferieure ; et sur la Maison de Correction de Gallon 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Remarks (Cursory) on the Police, Lond. 1797 Donat. Pam. 12 

Report of the Committee appointed to consider of so much of 

the Criminal Laws as relates to Capital Punishment in 

Felonies Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the State 

and Description of Gaols and other places of Confinement 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 
Report from the Committee of the House of Commons on the 
King's Bench, Fleet, Marshalsea Prisons, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 6 
Reports of the Committee of the Society for the Improvement 
of Prison Discipline, the Third to the Eighth 

Lond. 1821—32 
RoMiLLY Sir S., Observation on the Criminal Law of England, 
as it relates to Capital Punishments, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 48 

Rules, Orders, and Regulations, for the Government of the 

County Gaol and Bridewell at Fisherton Anger, in and 

for the County of Wilts, Salisbury, 1823 Donat. Pam. 17 

Smith Baron, Charge to the Grand Jury of the County of 

Westmeath, 1820 Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Strictures on the Right, Expedience, and Indiscriminate De- 

nuDciation of Capital Punishment Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Wakefield E. G., Facts relating to the Punishment of Death 

in the Metropolis, 12mo. Lond. 1831 



166 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Whately R., (D.D.) Thoughts on Secondary Punishments, in 
a Letter to Earl Grey, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

WiLMOT Sir E. E,, Letter to the Magistrates of England on the 
Increase of Crime ; and an Efficient Remedy Suggested 

Pamphleteer, vol. 29 



MISCELLANIES. 

Account of the Society for Equitable Assurances on Lives and 
Survivorships, Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 50 

Address to the Housekeepers of St. James' and St. George's 
Westminster, and of St. Marylebone, on the Supply 
of Water, and the Conduct of the Water Companies, 
Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 7 

Address to the Parliament of Great Britain, on the Claims of 
Authors to their own Copy-Right Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Babbage Charles, A Comparative View of the Various Institu- 
tions for the Assurance of Lives, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Beaumont J. T. B., Essay on Provident or Parish Banks 

Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Sidmouth, on the Sub- 
ject of Public-House Licensing Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Becket Andrew, Public Prosperity Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Benett John, On the Commutation of Tythe 

Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

another copy Donat. Pam. 3 

Berkeley Bp., The Querist; containing Several Queries, pro- 
posed to the Consideration of the Public Works, vol. 3 

Blane Sir G., Inquiry into the Causes and Remedies of the 
late and present Scarcity and High Price of Provisions 

Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Brydges Sir E., What are Riches? Pamphleteer, vol. 20 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Thoughts and Details on Scarcity 

Works, vol. 7 



POLITICAL economy; — MISCELLANIES. 16/ 

Chalmers Thomas, (D.D.) On the Use and Abuse of Literary 

and Ecclesiastical Endowments, 8vo, Glasgow, 1827 
The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns, 

3 vols. Svo. Glasgow, 1821 — 6 

Chambers A. H., Observations on the Formation, State, and 

Condition of Turnpike Roads and other Highways, Lond. 

1820 Donat. Pam. 8 

Chimney-Sweeping, The Nature of; the Attempts made to 

Alter its Character, and the final accomplishment of this 

object by the 3rd and 4th Victoria, cap. 85. Lond. 1840 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 
Christian Professor, General Observations on Provident Banks, 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 
DupiN Charles, View of the History and actual State of the 

Military Force of Great Britain, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 
Duty of Surveyors of the Highways, Lond. 1798 

Donat. Pam. 15 
Essay on National Weahh, Norwich, 1794 Donat. Pam. 15 
Farren George, Observations on the Importance, in Purchases 

of Land, and in Mercantile Adventures, of ascertaining 

the Rates of Mortality by Chronic Diseases and Hot 

Climates, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

another copy Donat. Pam. 76 

Friendly Societies, Instructions for the Establishment of 

Donat. Pam. 106 , 
FuMiFUGiuM ; or the Inconvenience of the Aer and Sraoak of 

London Dissipated ; by J. E. Esq, 

In Evelyn's Misc. Writings 
Gardiner Henry, Absenteeism considered ; with some remarks 

on a part of Mr. M'CuUoch's Evidence 

Pamphleteer , vol. 27 
Gray S., Remarks on the Production of Wealth 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 
Hillary Sir W., On Preservation of Lives and Property from 

Shipwreck Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Insurance against Robbery Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Investigation of the Cause of the Present High Price of 

Provisions, Lond. 1800 Donat. Pam. 82 

Ireland J., Letter to H. Brougham, Esq., M.P. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 14 



168 JURISPRUDENCE, ETC. 

Irish Charitable Society, Sketch of its Origin and Progress, 
Lond. 1813 Donat. Pam. 153 

L'EsTRANGE R., Considerations and Proposals in order to the 
Regulation of the Press, Lond. 1663 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Letter to Lord John Russell, on the Source and Remedy of 
the National Difficulties, deduced from Principles of 
Political Economy, Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 29 

Letter to the Bench of Bishops, on the Prevailing Custom of 
Selecting Clergymen for Magistrates Donat. Pam. 30 

Lynch F. T., (M.D.) Letter to the Right Hon. John Sullivan, 
Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 31 

M'Adam J. L., Remarks on the Present System of Road Mak- 
ing, Bristol, 1816 Donat. Pam. 31 

Maclaren Chas., Railways compared with Canals and Common 
Roads, and their uses and advantages explained 

Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

Maclean C, Remarks on the British Quarantine Laws 

Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Melville Lord Viscount, Letter to, on a Plan to raise British 
Seamen Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Merewether Rev. F., Letter to the Editor of the Quarterly 
Review, in furtherance of the subject of three Articles in 
No. 72 of that Review, entitled On Agriculture and Rent ; 
Substitution of Savings' Banks for Poor Laws; On 
Planting Waste Lands, &c. Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Moggridge J. H., Hints, addressed to the serious consideration 
of the Tradesman, the Agriculturist, and the Stock- 
Holder, Cardiff, 1816 Donat. Pam. 36 

Morgan Augustus de. An Essay on Probabilities, and on their 
application to Life Contingencies and Insurance Offices, 
(Lardners Cyclo.) Lond. 1838 

Morgan Richard, Familiar Observations on Life Insurance and 
the Causes affecting Population, &c. &c. Norwich, 1841 

Donat. Pam. 106 

Morgan W., View of the Rise and Progress of the Equitable 
Society, Lond. 1828 Pamphlets, 3 

Orservations on some Topics in Political Economy, Lond. 
1825 Pamphlets, 3 

Philippart John, Observations on the Militia Bill 

Pamphleteer, vol. 3 



POLITICAL ECONOMY; — MISCELLANIES. 16*9 

Public-House Licensing, Letters on Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Report of the Committee appointed to examine the several 
Petitions which have been presented to the House against 
the Employment of Boys in Sweeping of Chimneys, 1817 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

-— another copy, with the Minutes of the Evidence 

Donat. Pam. 105 

Report of a Committee of Justices, relative to a New County 
Rate, Taunton, 1818 Donat. Pam. 47 

Report addressed to the Marquess Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant 
of Ireland, by Elizabeth Fry and Joseph John Gurney, 
respecting their late visit to that Country, Lond. 1828 

Gurney' s Minor Works, vol. 2 

another copy Donat. Pam. 102 

RiCERCA sulle cause e sui rimedj della passata ed attuale scarsita, 
Pisa, 1818 Donat. Pam. 58 

Richardson W., Simple Measures, by which the Recurrence of 
Famines may be prevented, &c. Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Roberts Lieut. Col., Letter to the Officers of the Army, ex- 
plaining the cause of the Plan for the Officers' Benefit 
Fund being for the present abandoned Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Plan for Increasing the Incomes of Officers of the 

Army Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Rose Rt. Hon. Geo., Observations on Banks for Savings, Lond. 
1816 Donat. Pam. 49 

Watt Peter, Progress and Present State of the Science of Life 
Insurance, with Thermometrical Tables, also Observations 
on Health, Insurance, &c., 8vo. Edinb. 1837 

Wright J., Memoir on the State of the Supply of Water to the 
Metropolis, 1827 Donat. Pam. folio 



CLASS THE THIRD, 



SECTION I. 
General Treatises on Philosophy, 

Bacon Lord, Of the Proficiency and Advancement of Learning, 

Divine and Human Works, vol. 1 

Bentham Jeremy, Introduction to the Principles of Morals and 

Legislation, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Combe G., The Constitution of Man Considered in relation to 

External Objects, small 8vo. Edinb. 1835 

Davy Sir H., Consolations in Travel ; or the Last Days of a 

Philosopher, 12mo. Lond. 1830 

DiCTiONNAiEE dc Philosophic Ancienne et Moderne, 3 tom. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 
Enfield Wm,, (LL.D.) History of Philosophy, to the beginning 

of the present Century, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

Field G., Tritogenea, or the Outline of the Universal System 

Pamphleteer, vol. 9 
GuRNEY J. J., Substance of an Address on the right Use and 

Application of Knowledge, delivered to the Mechanics of 

Manchester Minor Works, vol. 2 
Harris James, Philosophical Arrangements Miscellanies, vol. 3 
Three Treatises : 1st concerning Art ; 2nd concerning 

Music, Painting, and Poetry ; 3rd concerning Happiness 

Miscellanies, vol. 1 
Kames Henry Home Lord, Sketches of the History of Man, 

3 vols. 8vo. Edinh. 1813 



172 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Paley William, (D.D.) The Principles of Moral and Political 
Philosophy Works, vols. 1, 2 

Smith Joseph Toulmin, A Popular View of the Progress of 
Philosophy among the Ancients, 12mo. Land. 1836 

Stewaut Dugald, Philosophical Essays, 8vo. Edinb. 1818 



M 

SECTION II. 



Moral Philosophy . 



dftriit ]9tbt^ton. 



ETHICS. 



Abercrombie John, Philosophy of the Moral Feelings, Bro. 

Lond. 1833 
Bacon Lord, A Collection of Apophthegms, new and old 

Works, vol. 2 

Essays or Counsels, Civil and Moral Works, vol. 2 

Sermones Fideles, 32mo. Lug. Bat. 1644 

another copy Works, vol. 10 

De Sapienti^ Veterum Works, vol. 10 

Beattie J., (LL.D.) Elements of Moral Science, 2 vols. 8vo, 

Edinb. 1817 
Berkeley Bp., Passive Obedience; or the Christian Doctrine 
of not Resisting the Supreme Power, proved and vindi- 
cated upon the Principles of the Law of Nature 

Works, vol. 2 

A Word to the Wise; or an Exhortation to the Roman 

Catholic Clergy of Ireland Works, vol. 3 

Maxims concerning Patriotism Works, vol. 3 

A Discourse addressed to Magistrates and Men in 

Authority Works, vol. 3 

BosQUETT A., A Treatise on Duelling Pamphleteer, vol. 12 



ETHICS. 173 

Browne Sir Thomas, Christian Morals, with Notes, &c. 

Works, vol. 4 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edmund, Vindication of Natural Society 

Works, vol. I 

another copy ' Donat. Pam. 99 

Byron Rt. Hon. Lord, Letter of Expostulation to, on his present 
Pursuits Pamphleteer, vol. 19 

Cato to, on the Immorality of his Writings, Land. 

1824 Pamphlets, 1 

Cappe C, Thoughts on the Desirableness and Utility of Ladies 
Visiting the Female Wards of Hospitals and Lunatic 
Asylums Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Chalmers Rev. Thos., On the Power, Wisdom, and Goodness 
of God, as Manifested in the Adaptation of External 
Nature to the Moral and Intellectual Constitution of 
Man, 2 vols. 8vo. Land. 1833 

Chevalier T., Remarks on Suicide Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Combe George, Moral Philosophy ; or the Duties of Man con- 
sidered in his Individual, Social, and Domestic Capacities, 
small 8vo. Edinb. 1840 

Cradock J., Four Dissertations, Moral and Religious, ad- 
dressed to the Rising Generation ; — On Covetousness — 
On Hypocrisy — On the Prosperous Condition of Men in 
this World — On Continuance in Well-doing 

Literary Memoirs, vol. 3 

Cunningham Rev. J. W., Cautions to Continental Travellers 

Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Dick Thomas, The Philosophy of Religion, or an Illustration of 
the Moral Laws of the Universe, 12mo. Glasgow, 1830 

Diction N aire de Morale, 2 tome, 4to. Ency. Method. 

Discourse on the Love of Pleasure, Newcastle, 1803 

Donat. Pam. 161 

Douglas James, The Advancement of Society in Knowledge 
and Religion, 8vo. Edinb. 1825 

Dyer G., Dissertation on the Theory and Practice of Benevo- 
lence Pamphleteer, vols. 13, 14 

Erasmi Familiarium CoUoquiorum Opus, 8vo. 

Tig. ad Frosch, 15.53 

Evelyn John, Of Liberty and Servitude; translated from the 
French, 1649 Misc. Writings 



174 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Evelyn John, Public Employment, and an Active Life, prefer- 
red to Solitude, 1667 Misc. Writings 

Extracts from the Writings of Erasmus on the Subject of War, 
Lond. 1817 Donat. Pam. 75 

Field G., Ethics, or the Analogy of the Moral Sciences Indi- 
cated Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Golden Rule, or the Royal Law of Equity Explained, Lond. 
1688 Donat. Pam. 162 

Guardian Society, Address to the Pamphleteer, vol. 11 

Hartley David, (M.A,) Observations on Man, his Fame, his 
Duty, and his Expectations ; with Notes and Additions, 
by H. A. Pistorius, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1791 

HoBBES Thomas, Human Nature ; or the Fundamental Elements 
of Policy Works 

Hudson J. C, A Letter to the Mistresses of Families, on the 
Cruelty of employing Children to Sweep Chimneys 

Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Kant E., Project for a Perpetual Peace, Lond, 1796 

Donat. Pam. 82 

Lardner N., Counsels of Prudence, Lond. 1805 

Donat. Pam. 163 

Opie Amelia, Detraction Displayed, r2mo. Lond. 1828 

Illustrations of Lying in all its Branches, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1825 

Pycroft S., Reflections upon the Nature of Contentment, 
Camb. 1714 Donat. Pam. 91 

Reply on behalf of the London Proprietors to the Address of the 
Inhabitants of New Lanark, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 92 

Rochefoucauld La, Maximes et Reflexions Morales, 8vo. 

Paris, 1815 

Sigmond G. G., (M.D.) Tea; its Effects, Medicinal and Moral, 
12mo. Lond. 1839 

Smith Adam, (LL.D.) Theory of Moral Sentiments 

Works, vol. 1 

Solemn Review of the Custom of War, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 98 

Stael Madame de, De I'lnfluence des Passions CEuvres, torn. 3 

Reflexions sur le Suicide CEuvres, tom. 3 

Sykes a. a., The Innocency of Involuntary Error asserted and 
vindicated, Harlow, 1809 Donat. Pam. 167 



ETHICS. 175 

Taylor Jeremy, Discourse of the Nature, &c. of Friendship 

Works, vol. 1 1 
Tracts of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Uni- 
versal Peace, 8vo. 

No. 1 A Solemn Review of the Custom of War 

2 War Inconsistent with the Doctrine and Example of Jesus 

Christ, by J. Scott 

3 On the Doctrines and Practice of the Early Christians as they 

relate to War, by Thomas Clarkson, M. A. 

4 Extracts from the Writings of Erasmus, on the Subject of War 

5 On the Horrors of War, by Evan Rees 

6 Discourse on Universal Peace, by Rev. D. Bogue, D.D. 

7 Observations on the Applicability of the Pacific Principles of the 

New Testament to the Conduct of States, by Jon. Dymond 

8 On the Principles which are considered to support the Practice 

of War 

9 The Principles of Peace, exemplified in the conduct of the 

Society of Friends in Ireland during the Rebellion of the 
year 1798, by Thomas Hancock, M.D., 3 parts 

10 On the Origin and Consequences of War 

11 On the Calamities of War, by M. Necker 

Usury Explained, by Philopenes Pamphleteer, vol. 1 1 

Voltaire, Dialogues et Entretiens Philosophiques 

CEuvres, tom, 6, part 2 

Wardlaw Ralph, (D.D.) Christian Ethics ; or Moral Philo- 
sophy on the Principles of Divine Revelation, 8vo. 

Lond. 1833 

Lectures on Christian Ethics ; a Letter to the Com- 
mittee of the Congregational Library, occasioned by the 
publication of the above, by Wm. Youngman, Norwich, 
1834 Patnphlets, 4 

Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Doctrine of the Passions explained and 
improved Works, vol. 2 

Zimmerman M., On Solitude, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1804 



176 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

^fcontJ ©tbisston. 

EDUCATION, MANNERS, ETC. 

Anderson Christopher, Historical Sketches of the Ancient 
Native Irish and their Descendants; illustrative of their 
past and present state with regard to Literature, Educa- 
tion, and Oral Instruction, 12mo. Edinb. 1828 

Austin Mrs., On National Education, 12mo, Lond, 1839 

Bentham Jeremy, Chrestomathia ; a Collection of Papers ex- 
planatory of the design of an Institution proposed to be 
set on foot under the name of the Chrestomathic Day 
School, 8vo. Lond. 1816 

Bernard Thomas, The New School ; being an attempt to illus- 
trate its Principles, Details, and Advantages, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 3 

Black J., The Paidophilean System of Teaching Languages, 
French Series, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1826 

Bossuet de ITnstruction de M^- le Dauphin Fils de Louis XIV. 

(Euvres, torn. 34 

Bouyer Rev. R. G., A Comparative View of the Two New 
Systems of Education for the Infant Poor, Lond. 1811 

Donat. Pam. 4 

Bowles Rev. W. L., Vindicise Wykehamicae, or a Vindication 
of Winchester College Pamphleteer, \o\. 13 

Bristol Ld. Bp. of, A Letter to, respecting an additional Ex- 
amination of Students in the University of Cambridge 

Pamphleteer, vol. 20 

Broadhurst Mrs., A Word in Favor of Female Schools 

Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Brougham H., Letter to, from a Master of Arts of Queen's 
College, Oxford, upon the Method of Restoring decayed 
Grammar Schools Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Burrows J., On National Prejudices Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

Chalmers Thomas, (D.D.) Considerations on the System of 
Parochial Schools in Scotland, and on the Advantage of 
Establishing them in Large Towns, Glasgow, 1819 

Speeches and Tracts 



EDUCATION, MANNERS, ETC. 177 

Changing W. E., (D.D.) Observations on the Proposition for 
Increasing the Means of Theological Education at the 
University in Cambridge, u. s. Works 

Chevenix Richard, An Essay on National Character, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1832 

CoNDiLLAC Abbe de, Cours d'Etude pour I'lnstruction des 
Jeunes Gens, 10 torn. ISrao. Paris, 1821 

Dick Thomas, (LL.D.) On the Improvement of Society by the 
Diffusion of Knowledge, 12mo. Lond. 1833 

On the Mental Illumination and Moral Improvement 

of Mankind, 12mo. Glasgow, 1835 

DtTNLOP John, The Philosophy of Artificial and Compulsory 
Drinking Usages in Great Britain and Ireland, 12mo. 

Lond. 1839 

Edgeworth R. L., Essays on Professional Education, 8vo. 

Lond. 1812 

Edgeworth Miss and R, L,, Essays on Practical Education, 
3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1822 

Edgeworth Maria, Letters for Literary Ladies : with an Essiay 
on Self- Justification, 12mo. Lond. 1799 

Education, Central Society of, First, Second, and Third Pub- 
lications of the, 12mo. Lond. 1837 — 39 

Education (On the) of Roman Catholic Children, and the 
Rejection of the Bible by their Priests, Lond. 1816 

Donat. Pam. 15 

Ellis Mrs., The Women of England, their Social Duties and 
Domestic Habits, small 8vo. Lond. 1839 

The Daughters of England, their Position in Society, 

Character, and Responsibilities, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 

England and France, Comparative View of the Social Life of, 
from the Restoration of Charles II, to the French Revo- 
lution, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Establishment for the Support and Education of Unportioned 
Young Females of Respectable Families Donat. Pam. 1 62 

Expeditious Instructor ; or the Art of Reading, Writing, and 
Arithmetic, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 17 

Fell W., Remarks on Mr. Lancaster's System of Education, 
Lond. 1811 Donat. Pam. 76 

Forster T., Essay on the Application of the Organology of the 
Brain to Education Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

2 A 



178 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Foster John, Essay on the Evils of Popular Ignorance, 8vo. 

Lond. 1821 

Fox Joseph, A Scriptural Education the Glory of England; 
being a Defence of the Lancastrian Plan of Education, 
and the Bible Society, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 18 

Geary W., Letter to E. T. Booth, Esq., Mayor of Norwich, 
on the State of Education among the Poor of that City, 
connected with the Established Church, Norwich, 1827 

Donat. Pam. 78 

Grammar Schools considered, with reference to a Case lately 
decided by the Lord Chancellor Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

GuRNEY Joseph John, Guide to the Instruction of Young Per- 
sons in the Holy Scriptures; including the Lock and 
Key Minor Works, vol. 2 

Gymnastic Exercises, Instructions in all kinds of; by a Military 
Officer, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Hamilton EHz., Letters on the Elementary Principles of Edu- 
cation, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Letters addressed to the Daughter of a Nobleman on 

the Formation of Religious and Moral Principles, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1814 

A Series of Popular Essays, illustrative of principles 



connected with the Improvement of the Understanding, 
the Imagination, and the Heart, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1815 

Hints to Mothers, on the Cultivation of the Minds of Children, 
&c. Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 80 

Home Education, by the Author of "Natural History of En- 
thusiasm," 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Johnston David, (M.D.) General View of the Present System 
of Public Education in France, 8vo. Edinb. 1827 

Knox V., Remarks on the Tendency of Certain Clauses in a Bill 
now Pending in Parliament to degrade Grammar Schools 

Pamphleteer, vol. 19 

La Bruy^^re, Lea Caract^res de, suivis des Caract^res de 
Th^ophraste, trad, du Grec par le M^me, 2 tom. 8vo. 

Pans, 1822 

Locke John, Method of a Common-Place-Book Works, vol. 3 

Thoughts Concerning Education Works, vol. 3 

Malthus Rev. T. R., Statements respecting the East-India 
College Pamphleteer, vol. 9 



EDUCATION, MANNERS, ETC. l79 

Martineau Harriet, How to Observe; — Morals and Manners, 
small 8vo. Land. 1838 

Memorial on Behalf of the Native Irish, with a View to their 
Improvement in Moral and Religious Knowledge, through 
the Medium of their own Language, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 85 

Mill Hill School, Ceremony of Laying the First Stone of, 1808 

Donat. Pam. 4to. I 

Milton's Plan of Education, in his Letter to Hartlib 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

another copy Prose Works, vol. 2 

Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education ; with 
Appendices, 1840 — 41, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Monk Rev. J. H., Vindication of the University of Cambridge, 
from the Reflections of Sir J. E. Smith, contained in a 
Pamphlet entitled " Considerations Respecting Cam- 
bridge," &c. Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 85 

More Hannah, Strictures on Female Education Works, vols. 7, 8 

Hints towards Forming the Character of a Princess 

Works, vols. 9, 10 

Myers T., Remarks on a Course of Education 

Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Northern Baptist Education Society, Report of the Committee 
for 1821 Donat. Pam. 165 

Observations on Mr. Brougham's Bill, " for Better Providing 
the Means of Education for His Majesty's Subjects," 
Lond. 1821 Donat. Pam. 89 

Original Pieces, composed as School Exercises, and Spoken 
at Mr. Turner's Recitations, 1826 Donat. Pam. 89 

Orpen C. E. H., Claim of Millions of our Fellow-Countrymen 
to be Taught in their own and only Language, the Irish, 
Dublin, 1821 Donat. Pam. 89 

Parr Samuel, (LL.D.) Discourse on Education Works, vol. 2 

Pestalozzi (Henry) and his Plan of Education, being an Ac- 
count of his Life and Writings, by E. Biber, 8vo. 

Lond. 1831 

Philograntus, a Letter to, by Eubulus; being a Sequel to a 
Pamphlet, entitled Thoughts on the Present System of 
Academic Education, in the University of Cambridge 

Pamphleteer, vol. 20 



180 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Plan of the South-Sea Academy, for Educating the Children 
of the Missionaries With Tahitian Grammar 

Plans for the Government and Liberal Instruction of Boys, in 
large numbers, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Pole T., History of the Origin and Progress of Adult Schools, 
Bristol, 1814 Donat. Pam. 90 

Potter Rev. J. P., On the Systems of Education proposed by 
the popular Parties Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Priestley J., Observations relative to Religious Education, 
Exeter, 1811 Donat. Pam. 165 

Quarterly Journal of Education, No. 2, for April, 1831 

Regulations for the Administration of the College of Aquhor- 
ties, Edinb. 1799 Donat. Pam. 154 

Reply to the most popular Objections to Public Schools 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Reply (a Second) to the Edinburgh Review, by the Author of 
a Reply to the Calumnies of that Review against Oxford, 
Oxford, 1810 Donat. Pam. 49 

Rollin C, Traite des Etudes CEuvres, torn. 16, 17 

Rousseau J. J., Emile, ou de I'Education CEuvres, torn. 8, 9 

Sakdford Professor, Letter to the Rev. P. Elmsley, A.M., in 
Answer to the Appeal made to him, as Umpire between 
the University of Oxford and the Edinburgh Review 

Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Sedgwick Adam, (M.A.) A Discourse on the Studies of the 
Universities, 12mo. (two copies) Camb. 1834 

Shaftesbury Earl of, Characteristicks of Men, Manners, 
Opinions, Times, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1732 

Smith Sir J. E., Considerations respecting the Botanical Pro- 
fessorship at Cambridge, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 96 

Defence of the Church and Universities of England, 

against such injurious advocates as Professor Monk and 
the Quarterly Review for Jan. 1819 Donat. Pam. 96 

Stanley Rev. Edward, (Bishop of Norwich) A Few Observa- 
tions on Religion and Education in Ireland, Lond. 1836 

Donat. Pam. 105 

Taylor John, (D.D.) The Value of a Child ; or Motives to the 
Good Education of Children, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 98 

Thoughts on the Present System of Academic Education in the 
University of Cambridge Pamphleteer, vol. 20 



LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS. 181 

Tricks of the Town ; or the Ways and Means of Getting Money, 
Lond. 1732 Donat. Pam. 98 

Warter Rev. T., Charity Schools recommended on the Prin- 
ciples of Patriotism and Religion, Shrewsbury, 1787 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Waterland Rev. D., (D.D.) Advice to a Young Student, with 
a Method of Study for the First Four Years 

Works, vol. 6 

Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Discourse on the Education of Children 
and Youth Works, vol. 5 

• Essay towards the Encouragement of Charity Schools 

Works, vol. 2 

Whalley L., Vindication of the University of Edinburgh, (as a 
School of Medicine) from the aspersions of " a Member 
of the University of Oxford" Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Whewell Rev. William, On the Principles of English Univer- 
sity Education, 12mo. Lond. 1837 

Whitehead Rev. W. B., Letter to the Right Hon. the Lord 
Viscount Sidmouth, on the expected Parliamentary Pro- 
vision in furtherance of General Education 

Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

WiLDERSPiN Samuel, Early Discipline Illustrated ; or the Infant 
System Progressing and Successful, 12mo, Lond. 1834 

Wood John, Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School and the 
other Parochial Institutions for Education, established in 
that city in the year 1812, 12mo. Edinb. 1830 



Ci)trti Mhiiion. 

LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS. 

Abercrombie John, Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers 
and the Investigation of Truth, 8vo. Edinb. 1830 

Alderson John, (M.D.) Essay on Apparitions, Lond. 1823 

Pamphlets, 1 

Alison Archibald, Essay on the Nature and Principles of Taste, 
2 vols. Svo. Edinb. 1811 



182 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Beasley Rev. F., A Search of Truth in the Science of the Hu- 
man Mind, 8vo. Philadelphia, 1822 
Beattie J., (LL.D.) Essay on Truth, Svo. Lond. 1778 
Bonnet Charles, Essai Analytique sur les facultes de I'ame 

CEuvres, torn. 6 

la Palingenesie Philosophique CEuvres, torn. 7 

Essai de Psychologic CEuvres, torn. 8 

Berkeley Bishop, A Treatise concerning the Principles of Hu- 
man Knowledge Works, vol. 1 

Brown Thomas, (M.D.) Lectures on the Philosophy of the 
Human Mind, 4 vols. Svo. Edinb. 1820 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin 
of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful Works, vol. 1 

Burton William, Anatomy of Melancholy ; what it is, with all the 
kinds, causes, symptomes, and several cures of it, folio 

Oxf. 1632 

CoGLAN T., An Improved System of Mnemonics, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 72 

Coleridge Henry Nelson, Aids to Reflection, 12mo. Lond. 1839 

Cory J. P., Metaphysical Inquiry into the Method, Objects, 
and Result of Ancient and Modern Philosophy, 1 8mo. 

Lond. 1833 

Crousaz M. de, Logique, ou syst^me abrege de Reflexions, 2 
tom. 18mo. Amsterdam, 1737 

CuDwoRTH Ralph, (D.D.) The True Intellectual System of the 
Universe; wherein all the Reason and Philosophy of 
Atheism is Confuted, and its Impossibility Demonstrated, 
&c. with a Life of the Author, by Thomas Birch, M.A., 
4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Dennis J., Subversion of Materialism, by credible attestations 
of Supernatural Occurrences, 12mo. Lond. 1826 

DiCTiONNAiRE de la Logique et Metaphysique, 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

Drew Samuel, Essay on the Immateriality and Immortality of 
the Human Soul, 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Edwards Jonathan, Inquiry into the modern prevailing notions 
respecting that Freedom of Will which is supposed to be 
essential to Moral Agency, Virtue and Vice, &c. ; with an 
Introductory Essay by the Author of " Natural History 
of Enthusiasm," 12mo. Lond. 1831 



LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS. 183 

Essays on the Formation and Publication of Opinions, and on 

other Subjects, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Fearn J., Essay on External Perception Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Letter to Professor Stewart, on the Object of General 

Terms, and on the Axiomatical Laws of Vision 

Pamphleteer, yoX. 12 
Review of First Principles of Bishop Berkeley, Dr. 



Reid, and Professor Stewart Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Field G., The Third Organon attempted ; or Elements of Logic 

and Subjective Philosophy Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Godwin William, Thoughts on Man, his Nature, Productions, 

and Discoveries, Svo. Lond. 1831 

Gregory J., (M.D.) A Comparative View of the State and 

Faculties of Man, with those of the Animal World, 12mo. 

Lond. 1767 
Hart Rev. Richard, Materialism brought to the Test of Reason, 

and Refuted by a Consideration of the Structure of the 

Body and the Faculties of the Mind, 8vo. Camb. 1835 
HiBBERT Samuel, Sketches of the Philosophy of Apparitions ; 

or, an Attempt to Trace such Illusions to their Physical 

Causes, 12mo. Edinb. 1825 

HoBBEs Thomas, Liberty and Necessity ; a Treatise wherein all 

Controversy concerning Predestination, Election, &c. is 

fully decided and cleared Works 

JoNSON Ben., Timber; or Discoveries made upon Men and 

Matter Works, vol. 9 

King Archbishop, Essay on the Origin of Evil, by Edward Law, 

8vo. Camb. 1739 

Lavateri Liber de Spectris, Lemuribus et magnis atque insoli- 

tis Fragoribus, small 8vo. Geneva, 1575 
Locke John, On the Conduct of the Understanding, Works, vol. 3 
Essay concerning Human Understanding; and Let- 
ters to Bishop Stillingfleet, in Defence of it Works, vol. I 
Macnish Robert, The Philosophy of Sleep, 12mo. Glasg. 1834 
Malebranche Father, The Search after Truth, translated by 

J. Taylor, fol. Oxford, 1694 

Man, View of the Intellectual Powers of, Liverpool, 1821 

Donat. Pam. 84 
Mill James, Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind, 

2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1829 



184 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Milton I Artis Logicse plenior Institutio, ad Petri Rami Metho- 
dum concinnata Prose Works, vol. 3 

Montesquieu C. de Secondat, Essai sur le Gout 

CEuvres, torn. 7 
PiNKERTON James N., (M.D.) Sleep and its Phenomena, ]2mo. 

Lond. 1839 

PoLiDORi J. W., (M.D.) Essay upon the Source of Positive 

Pleasures, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 90 

Port Royal, Logique de MM. de, i2mo. Paris, 1775 

Prichard J. C, A Review of the Doctrine of a Vital Principle, 

as maintained by some writers on Physiology, 8vo 

Lond. 1829 
Reid T., (D.D.) Enquiry into the Human Mind, 8vo. 

Lond. 1769 

Essays on the Powers of the Human Mind, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1819 

Remarks on a Book intitled " An Enquiry into the Nature of 

the Human Soul," Lond. 1741 Donat. Pam. 91 

Sayers Frank, (M.D.) Disquisitions Metaphysical and Literary 

Works, vol. 2 

Tentamen Academicum de Animi AfFectionibus, Lugd. 

Bat. 1789 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

Scott Sir W., Letters on Deraonology and Witchcraft (Family 
Library) Lond. 1830 

Smith T. S., (M..D.) The Probable Influence of the Develop- 
ment of the Principles of the Human Mind on its future 
progress in Knowledge and Goodness, Lond. 1818 

Donat. Pam. 167 

Stewart Dugald, Elements of the Philosophy of the Human 
Mind, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

The Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers of 

Man, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1828 

Taylor Isaac, Elements of Thought ; or First Lessons in the 
Knowledge of the Mind, 12mo. Lond. 1822 

Tucker A., The Light of Nature pursued, with an Account of 
the Author, by Sir H. P. St. John Mildmay, 7 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1805 

The Light of Nature, abridged, 8vo. Lond. 1807 

Voltaire Metaphysique CEuvres, torn. 6, part 1 

Le Philosophe Ignorant (Euvres, torn. 6, part 1 



MATHEMATICS. 185 

Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Philosophical Essays on Space, Substance, 
Body, Spirit, &c. ; to which is subjoined a Brief Scheme 
of Ontology, or the Science of Being in General 

Works, vol. 5 

Logic ; or the Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry 

after Truth Works, vol. 5 

The Improvement of the Mind; or a Supplement to 

the Art of Logic, 8vo. Lond. 1811 

another copy Works, vol. 5 



Whately R., (D.D.) Elements of Logic, Svo. Lond. 1826 

WiRGMAN T., Principles of the Kantesian or Transcendental 

Philosophy Pamphleteer, vol. 23 



SECTION III. 
Mathematics. 



Berkeley Bp., Arithmetica absque Algebra aut Euclide 
demonstrata Works, vol. 2 

Miscellanea Mathematica Works, vol. 2 

BouGUER M., La Figure de la Terre d^terminee, &c. 2 vols. 4to. 

Paris, 1749 — 54 Mem. de I' Acad, des Sciences 

Chabert M., Voyage dans I'Am^rique Septentrional, 4to. 

Paris, 1753 Mem. de V Acad, des Sciences 

Collins D. Johannis, et aliorum, Commercium Epistolicum de 

Analysi Newtoni Opera, tom. 4 

Commercii Epistolici Recensio 

Newtoni Opera, tom. 4 
CoNDAMiNE M. de la, Journal d'un Voyage k I'Equateur, Paris, 
1751 ; — Mesure des trois premiers Degres du Meridien, 
Paris 1751 ; et Supplement, 4to. Paris, 1752 

Mem. de V Acad, des Sciences 

Conic Sections, Elements of the, with the Sections of the 

Conoids, Svo. Camb. 1820 

2b 



186 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Dealtry Rev. Wm., The Principles of Fluxions, 8vo. 

Camb. 1815 
DiCTiONNAiRE de Mathematiques, contenant Arithmetique ; 

Geometric Elementaire, et Trigonometrie Rectiligne ; 

Alg^bre ; Application de I'Alg^bre k la Geometric ; 

Mechanique ; Hydrodinamique ; Optique ; Astronomie ; 

Perspective ; et Planches, 3 torn. Ency. Method. 

EuLER L., Elements of Algebra, by the Rev. J. Hewlett, Svo. 

Lond. 1822 
FoNTENELLE M., Elcmens de la Geometrie de rinfini, 4to. 

Paris, \121 Mem. de V Acad, des Sciences 

HoRSLEY S., (LL.D.) Logistica Infinitorum 

Newtoni Opera, torn. 1 

Geometria Fluxionum Newtoni Opera, torn. 1 

De Viribus Centralibus Newtoni Opera, torn. 3 

Jones Edward, Address to Bankers, Merchants, Tradesmen, &c. 

intended as an Introduction to a new System of Book- 

Keeping, Bristol, 1795 Donat. Pam. 25 

Keith Thomas, The Elements of Plane Geometry ; containing 

the first six Books of Euclid, from Dr. Simson's Text, 

with Notes, Svo. Lond. 1820 

Lacroix S. F., Complement des EI6mens d'Alg^bre, 8vo. 

Pans, 1804 
La Place P. S., Mecanique Celeste, 5 torn. 4to. Paris, An 7 

Syst^me du Monde, 4to. Paris, 1813 

Lardner Rev. D., (LL.D.) Treatise on Arithmetic, Theoretical 

and Practical, (Lardner s Cyclop.) Lond. 1834 
A Treatise on Geometry and its Application to the 

Arts, (Lardner s Cyclop.) Lond. 1840 

Leyeourn W., Complete Surveyor, folio Lond. 1679 

Mathematics, Treatises on, 2 vols. Svo. Lib. Useful Know. 

Vol. 1 Study and Difficulties of Mathematics ; — Arithmetic and Algebra ; 
— Examples of the Processes of Arithmetic and Algebra 
2 Geometry, Plane, Solid, and Spherical ; — Elements of Trigono- 
metry; — Spherical Trigonometry; — Algebraical Geometry 

Newton Sir Isaac, Philosophise Naturalis Principia Mathematica, 
cum Comm. Le Seur et Jacquier, 4 torn, royal Svo. 

Glasg. 1822 
Arithmetica Universalis Opera, tom. 1 



MATHEMATICS. 187 

Newton Sir Isaac, De Analysi per iEquationes numero termi- 
norum infinitas Opera, torn. 1 

Tractatus de Quadratura Curvarum Opera, torn. 1 

Geometria Analytica Opera, torn. 1 

Methodus Differentialis Opera, torn. 1 

Enumeratio Linearum Tertii Ordinis Opera, torn. 1 

Philosophise Naturalis Principia Mathematica 

Opera, torn. 2, 3 
PiCARD M., De la Grandeur et de la Figure de la Terre, 4to. 
Paris, 1720 Mem. de VAcad. des Sciences 
Playfair John, Dissertations; exhibiting a General View of 
the Progress of Mathematical and Physical Science since 
the Revival of Letters in Europe Works, vol. 2 
On the Arithmetic of Impossible Quantities ; — Obser- 
vations on the Trigonometrical Tables of the Brahmins ; 
— Theorems relating to the Figure of the Earth ; — On 
the Solids of Greatest Attraction ; — On the Origin and 
, Investigation of Porisms Works, vol. 3 
Review of Mudge's Account of the Trigonometrical 



Survey of England ; — Mechain et Delambre ; Base du 

Systeme M^trique Decimal; — Laplace, Traite de Meca- 

nique Celeste ; — Le Compte rendu par ITnstitut de 

France ; — Lambton's Measurement of an Arch of the 

Meridian ; — Laplace, Essai Philosophique sur les Proba- 

bilites ; — Baron De Zach, Attraction des Montagues ;—!• 

Kater on the Pendulum Works, vol. 4 

Reckeations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy; trans-:- 

lated from M. Ozanam and M. Montucla, with Additions, 

&c., by Charles Hutton, LL.D., 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1803 

Wood James, Elements of Algebra, Svo. Camb. 1820 

WooDHousE Robert, On Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, 

8vo. Camb. 182? 



188 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

SECTION IV. 
Natural Philosophy and Physics. 



GENERAL TREATISES ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Arnott Neil, (D.D.) Elements of Physics; or Natural Philoso- 
phy, General and Medical, Explained independently of 
Technical Mathematics, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 — 9 

Bacon Lord, De Dignitate et Augmentis Scientiarum 

Works, vol. 7 

Novum Organum Scientiarum Works, vol. 8 

Historia Densi et Rari Works, vol. 9 

Historia Soni et Auditus Works, vol. 9 

Cogitationes de Natura Rerum Works, vol. 9 

Opuscula Philosophica Works, vol. 9 

Descriptio Globi Intellectualis Works, vol. 9 



BioT J. B., Traite de Physique experimentale et Mathematique, 
4 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1816 

Bird Golding, (M.D.) Elements of Natural Philosophy; being 
an Experimental Introduction to the Study of the Phy- 
sical Sciences, small 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Brewster Sir David, Letters on Natural Magic, (Fam. Lib.) 

Lond. 1832 

Clarke Dr., Letter from, to Mr. Benj. Hoadly, F. R. S., 
occasioned by the Controversy relating to the Proportion 
of Velocity and Force in Bodies in Motion 

Clarke's Works, vol. 4 

Collection of Papers which passed between M. Leib- 
nitz and Dr. Samuel Clarke, relating to the Principles of 
Natural Philosophy and Religion Clarke's Works, vol. 4 

Conversations on Natural Philosophy, 12mo. Lond. 1822 



NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 188 

Dick Thomas, The Christian Philosopher, or the Connexion of 

Science and Philosophy with Rehgion, 12mo. Glasg. 1830 
DiCTiONNAiRE de Physiquc, 4 torn. 4to. Ency. Method. 

DicTioNNAiRE des Amusemens des Sciences Mathematiques et 

Physiques, 4to. Ency. Method. 

Field G., Analogy of the Physical Sciences indicated 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 
Esthetics, or the Analogy of the Sensible Sciences 

indicated Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Gregory O., An Oration delivered at the Anniversary of the 

Philosophical Society of London, June 12th, 1817 

Pamphleteer, vol. 13 
Hauy M. R. J., Elementary Treatise on Natural Philosophy, 

translated by Dr. Gregory, 2 vols. 8vo. Land. 1807 

Herschel J. F. W., Preliminary Discourse on the Study of 

Natural Philosophy (Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1830 
HuTTON C, (LL.D.) Philosophical and Mathematical Dictionary, 

2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1815 

KiDD John, (M.D.) On the Adaptation of External Nature to 

the Physical Condition of Man, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Lardher Rev. D., Treatise on Heat (Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1833 
Leslie John, On the Nature and Propagation of Heat, 8vo. 

Lond. 1804 
Locke John, Elements of Natural Philosophy Works, vol. 3 
Maclaurin Colin, Account of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophical 

Discoveries; by Patrick Murdoch, 8vo. Lond. 1750 

MiDDLETON Conyers, Oratio de novo Physiologies explicandse 

munere ex celeberrimi Woodwardi Testamento institute : 

habita Cantabrigise in Scholis publicis Works, vol. 1 

Natural Philosophy, Treatises on, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lib. Useful Know. 

Vol. 1 Discourse on the Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of Science ; 
— Mechanics ; — Hydrostatics ; — Hydraulics ; — Pneumatics; — 
Heat ; — Optics; — Double Refraction and Polarisation of Light 

2 Popular Introductions to Nat. Philos. ; — Newton's Optics ; — 

Descrip. of Optical Instruments ; — Thermometer and Pyro- 
meter ; — Electricity ; — Galvanism ; — Magnetism ; — Electro- 
Magnetism 

3 Astronomy ; — History of Astronomy ; — Mathematical Geography J 

— Physical Geography and Navigation 



190 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Playfair John, On the Progress of Heat in Spherical Bodies 

Works, vol. 3 

Powell Rev. B., History of Natural Philosophy, from the 
Earliest Periods to the Present Time (Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1834 

Priestley Jos., (LL.D.) Experiments and Observations relating 
to Various Branches of Natural Philosophy, with a Con- 
tinuation of the Observations on Air, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1779 

SoMERViLLE Mrs., On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences, 
12mo. Lond. 1834 

Voltaire Physique Particuliere CEuvres, tom. 6, part 1 

Physique Generale CEuvres, tom. 6, part 1 

Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Knowledge of the Heavens and Earth 
made Easy Works, vol. 5 

Whewell Rev. Wm., History of the Inductive Sciences from 
the earliest to the present times, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences founded 

upon their History, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Young Thos., (D.D.) Lectures on Natural Philosophy and the 
Mechanical Arts, 2 vols, 4to. Lond. 1807 



ASTRONOMY. 

Cassini M., Elemens d' Astronomic, 4to. Paris, 1740 ; — Tables 
Astronomiques, 4to. Paris, 1740 

Mem. de I'Acad. des Sciences 
Cassini de Thury M., La Meridienne de Paris, 4to. Paris, 1744 

Mem. de VAcad. des Sciences 

CouRTANVAUX M. Ic Marquis de, Journal de Voyage, 4to. 

Paris, 1768 Mem. de I'Acad. des Sciences 

Hersciiel Sir J. F. W., a Treatise on Astronomy (Lardners 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1833 

Holder W., Discourse concerning Time, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 163 
Milne David, Essay on Comets, 4to. Edinb, 1828 



OPTICS, PERSPECTIVE, AND ACOUSTICS. 191 

Newton Sir Isaac, De Mundi Systemate Opera, torn. 3 

Theoria Lunae Opera, torn. 3 

Playfair John, Remarks on the Astronomy of the Brahmins 

Works, vol. 3 

Pluche M., Histoire du Ciel, considere selon les idees des Poetes 

des Philosophes et de Moise, 2 torn. 12mo, Paris, 1739 

Smith Adam, (LL.D.) History of Astronomy, and Essays on 

Philosophical Subjects Works, vol. 5 

SoMERviLLE Mrs., Mcchanism of the Heavens, 8vo. 

Lond. 1831 
ViNCE Rev. S., Complete System of Astronomy, 2 vols. 4to. 

Lond, 1814 
Whewell Rev. Wm., Astronomy and General Physics con- 
sidered with reference to Natural Theology, 8vo. 

Lond. 1833 
WooDHousE Robert, Treatise on Astronomy, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Camb. 1821 



OPTICS, PERSPECTIVE, AND ACOUSTICS. 

Berkeley Bp., An Essay towards a New Theory of Vision 

Works, vol. 1 

Brewster David, Treatise on Optics (Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1831 

Goethe's Theory of Colours ; trans, from the German, with 
Notes, by Chas. Lock Eastlake, R.A., 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Hack Maria, Lectures at Home. Discovery and Manufacture 
of Glass : — Lenses and Mirrors : — The Structure of the 
Eye, 18mo. Lond. 1834 

Kitchiner Wm., (M.D.) Economy of the Eyes. Part I — On 
Spectacles, Opera Glasses, &c. Part II — On Telescopes 
12mo. Lond. 1825 — 6 

Mackenzie William, (M.D.) The Physiology of Vision, 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 

Newton Sir Isaac, Lectiones Opticas Opera, torn. 3 



193 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Newton Sir Isaac, Treatise on Optics Opera, torn. 4 

Letters relating to Reflecting Telescopes 

Opera, torn. 4 

Letters relating to the Theory of Light and Colours 

Opera, torn. 4 
Priestley Joseph, History and present State of Discoveries 
relating to Vision, Light, and Colours, 2 vols. 4to, 

Lond. \112 
Wood James, Elements of Optics, 8vo. Camb. 1818 



dfourti) Jitbislion. 

MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS. 

Account of the Aerial Voyage of Messrs. Sadler and Crayfield, 
who ascended in a magnificent Balloon from Bristol, 
Sept. 24, 1810 Donat. Pam. 102 

Beaufoy Co). M., Nautical and Hydraulic Experiments, with 
numerous Scientific Miscellanies, vol. 1, royal 4to. 

Lond. 1834 

Becket J. B., The Use of the Hydrostatic Balance made Easy, 
Bristol, 1775 Donat. Pam. 66 

Berkeley Bp., De Motu ; sive de Motus Principio et Natura, 
et de causa communicationis Motuum Works, vol. 2 

Bland Rev. M,, The Elements of Hydrostatics, 8vo. 

Camh. 1824 

Davy Sir H., On the Safety Lamp for Coal Miners; with some 
Researches on Flame, 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Ferguson James, Lectures on Select Subjects in Mechanics, 
&c., with Notes and Additions, by David Brewster, 
LL.D., 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1823 

Gregory Olinthus, (LL.D.) Treatise on Mechanics, 2 vols. 
Bvo., and a vol. of plates Lond. 1815 

Kater Capt. H., and Lardner Rev. D., Treatise on Mechanics 
(Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1830 

Laplace M. le Comte, Treatise on Analytical Mechanics; trans- 
lated, with Notes, Sec, by the Rev. John Toplis, 8vo. 

Nottingham, 1814 



CHEMISTRY. 193 

Lardner Rev. D., Treatise on Hydrostatics and Pneumatics 
(Lardners Cyclop ) Lond. 1831 

Marrat W., Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Me- 
chanics, 8vo. Boston, 1810 
Mechanics, Treatise on Lib. U. K., Nat. Philos. vol. 1 
Newton Sir Isaac, Letter to Mr. Boyle, on the Cause of Gravi- 
tation Opera, torn. 4 
Priestley Joseph, (LL.D.) Experiments and Observations on 
different kinds of Air, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1784—7 
ViNCE S., Principles of Hydrostatics, 8vo. Camb. 1820 
"Whewell "W., Treatise on Mechanics, 8vo. Camb. 1824 

Treatise on Dynamics, 8vo. Camb. 1823 

Wood James, Principles of Mechanics, 8vo. Camb. 1818 

dHW; ©iftiilton. 

CHEMISTRY. 

Berzelius J. J., The Use of the Blowpipe in Chemical Analysis, 
and in the Examination of Minerals, translated from the 
French, by J. G. Children, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Black Joseph, (M.D.) Lectures on the Elements of Chemistry, 
2 vols. 4to. Edinb. 1803 

Brande Wm. Thos., Manual of Chemistry, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1821 

Chemistry no Mystery; or, a Lecturer's Bequest, being the 
subject-matter of a Course of Lectures, delivered by an 
Old Philosopher; arranged, «fec., by John Scroffern, 
12mo. Lond. 1839 

Conversations on Chemistry, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1824 

Dalton John, New System of Chemical Philosophy, in two 
parts, 2 vols. 8vo. Manchester, 1808 — 10 

Daniell J. Fred., An Introduction to the Study of Chemical 
Philosophy : being a preparatory view of the Forces 
which concur to the production of Chemical Phenomena, 
8vo. Lond. 1839 

Davy Sir H., Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, 8vo. 

Lond. 1814 

Elements of Chemical Philosophy, 8vo. Lond. 1812 

2 c 



194 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

DiCTiONNAiRE dc Chimie, Pharmacie et Metallurgie, 6 torn. 
4to. Ency. Method. 

Donovan M., Treatise on Chemistry {Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1832 

Faraday M., Chemical Manipulation; being Instructions to 
Students in Chemistry, on the Methods of Performing 
Experiments of Demonstration or of Research, with 
accuracy and success, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Granville A, B., A Reply to an Article contained in the 
20th Number of the Journal of Science, edited by T. W. 
Brand, Esq., purporting to be a Review of Dr, Granville's 
Treatise on Prussic Acid, Westminster, 1821 

Donat. Pam. 5 

Hemming John, History and Chemical Analysis of the Mineral 
Water lately discovered in the City of Gloucester, Lond. 
1789 Donat. Pam. 78 

LiEBiG Justus, (M.D.) Organic Chemistry in its Application to 
Agriculture and Physiology ; edited by Lyon Playfair, 
Ph. D., 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Prout Wm., (M.D.) Chemistry, Meteorology, and the Function 
of Digestion, considered with reference to Natural Theo- 
logy, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Raspail F. v., a New System of Organic Chemistry, translated 
from the French, with Notes and Additions by William 
Henderson, M.D., 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Thenard L. J., Essay on Chemical Analysis, translated by 
John Geo. Children, 8vo. Lond. 1819 

Traite de Chimie, Elementaire, Theorique et Pratique, 

3me Edit. 4 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1821 

Thomson Thomas, (M.D.) System of Chemistry, 4 vols. 8vo 

Lond. 1820 

An Attempt to Establish the first Principles of Chem- 
istry by Experiment, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825 
The History of Chemistry, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 



Turner Edward, (M.D.) Elements of Chemistry, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1827 
Ure Andrew, (M.D.) Dictionary of Chemistry, Svo. Lond. 1823 
Vinous Fermentation, Observations on the 

Pamphleteer, vol. 22 



ELECTRICITY, GALVANISM, ETC. 195 

ELECTRICITY, GALVANISM, MAGNETISM, AND METEOROLOGY. 

Bacon Lord, Historia Ventorum Works, vol. 8 

BosTOCK John, (M.D.) Account of the History and present State 
of Galvanism, 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Brewster Sir David, Treatise on Magnetism, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1838 
Brook A., Miscellaneous Experiments and Remarks on Electri- 
city, the Air Pump, and the Barometer, 4to. 

Nonuich, 1789 
CoTTE le P., Traite de Meteorologie, Pam, 1774; — M6moire 
sur la Meteorologie, 4to. Paris, 1775 

Mem. de VAcad. des Sciences 

■ • Meraoires sur la Meteorologie pour servir de Suite et 

de Sup. au Traite de Meteorologie publie en 1774, 2 tom. 
4to. Paris, 1788 Mem. de VAcad. des Sciences 

Daniell J. F., Meteorological Essays and Observations, 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 
Electricity, Treatise on Lib. U. K., Nat. Philos. vol. 2 

Faraday Michael, Experimental Researches in Electricity, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 
FoRSTER Thos., (F.L.S., M.B.) Researches about Atmospheric 
Phenomena, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Galvanism, Treatise on Lib. U. K., Nat. Philos. vol. 2 

Lardner Dionysius, (D.C.L.) A Manual of Electricity, Magne- 
tism, and Meteorology, vol. 1 {Lardner' s Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1841 
Magnetism and Electro-Magnetism, Treatises on 

Lib. U. K., Nat. Philos. vol. 2 
Mairan M., Trait4 de I'Aurore Boreale, 4to. Paris, 1754 

Mem. de VAcad. des Sciences 
Murphy P., The Weather Almanac, for the years 1838 and 
1839, 12mo. Lond. 1837—8 

Newton Sir Isaac, Letters relating to the Excitation of Electri- 
city in Glass Opera, tom. 4 



196 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Playfair John, On the Causes which affect the Accuracy of 
Barometrical Measurements Works, vol. 3 

Priestley Joseph, History and present State of Electricity, 
4to. Lond. 1775 

Reid Lieut. Col. W., An Attempt to Develop the Law of 
Storms, by means of Facts, arranged according to place 
and time, royal 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Smee Alfred, Elements of Electro-Metallurgy, or the Art of 
Working in Metals by the Galvanic Fluid, 8vo. 

Lond, 1841 

Taylor Joseph, The complete Weather Guide, 12mo. 

Lond. 1830 

Whistlecraft Orlando, The CHmate of England ; or a Guide 
to the Knowledge of the Atmospheric Phenomena of 
England, shewing the manner in which the changes suc- 
ceed, with Meteorological Tables, and General Records, 
8vo. Lond. 1840 



SECTION V. 
Natural History. 

GENERAL TREATISES ON NATURAL HISTORY. 

Adouin M. et Edwards M., Recherches pour servir k I'Histoire 
Naturelle du Littoral de la France, tom. 1, royal 8vo. 

Paris, 1832 
Bacon Lord, Sylva Sylvarum ; or a Natural History 

Works, vol. 1 

Blumenbach J. F., Manual of the Elements of Natural History, 

translated by R. T. Gore, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Bonnet Charles, Memoires d'Histoire Naturelle (Euvres, torn. 2 



TREATISES ON NATURAL HISTORY. 197 

Bonnet Charles, Considerations sur les Corps Organises 

(Euvres, torn. 3 

Contemplation de la Nature (Euvres, torn. 4 

Ecrits d'Histoire Naturelle (Euvres, torn. 5 

British Naturalist : or Sketches of the more Interesting Proj 
ductions of Britain, and the surrounding Sea, 2 vols. 
12mo. Lond. 1830 

Browne Sir Thomas, Pseudodoxia Epidemica; or. Enquiries 
into very many received Tenets and commonly presumed 
Truths, which examined, prove but vulgar and common 
Errors, with Notes, &c. Works, 8vo. vols. 2, 3 

another copy Works, folio 

Tracts relating to the Natural History of Norfolk 

Works, vol. 4 
BuFFON G. L. le Clerc, Comte de, Histoire Naturelle, generals 
et particuli^re ; nouvelle Edition, accompagnee de Notes, 
et dans laquelle les Supplemens sont inseres dans le pre- 
mier texte, k la place qui leur convient. Redige par 
C. S. Sonnini. Ouvrage formant un cours complet 
d'Histoire Naturelle, 127 torn. Bvo. Paris 

Tlieorie de la Terre Buffon 4 torn. 

Mineraux Buffon 12 torn. 

Animaux Buffon 18 torn. 

Oiseaux Buffon 28 torn. 

Singes Latreille 2 torn. 

Insectes Latreille 14 torn. 

Reptiles Daudin 8 torn. 

Poissons and C^tac^es .... Sonnini 14 torn. 

Mollusques Denys-Montfort 6 torn. 

Plantes , Brisseau-Mirbel 18 torn. 

Tables Analytiques 3 torn. 

Field Naturalist : a Review of Animals, Plants, and Minerals ; 
edited by James Rennie, M.A., 2 vols. Bvo. 

Lond. 1833—4 

Good John Mason, (M.D.) The Book of Nature, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 

Gosse p. H., The Canadian Naturalist. A Series of Conver- 
sations on the Natural History of Lower Canada, small 
8vo. Lond. 1840 

HowiTT William, The Book of the Seasons ; or the Calendar of 
Nature, 12mo. Lond. 1831 



198 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Jesse Edward, Gleanings in Natural History, with Local Recol- 
lections, First, Second, and Third Series, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1832 — 5 

Journal of a Naturalist, small 8vo. Lond. 1829 

LinnjEus Car. Systema Naturae, secundum Classes, Ordines, 

Genera, Species, 4 tom. 8vo. Holmiae, 1766 

LinnI: Sir Charles, General System of Nature ; translated, with 

Additions, &c. by W. Turton, M.D., 7 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1806 

Vol. 1 Mammalia, Birds, Amphibia, Fishes 

2 & 3 Insects 

4 Worms 

5 & 6 Vegetable Kingdom 
7 Mineral Kingdom 

Natural History of the Sacred Scriptures 

CalmeVs Diet. vols. 4 & 5 
Parry Captain W, E., Supplement to the Appendix of his 
Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage, in 
1819 — 20, containing an Account of the Subjects of 
Natural History, 4to. Lond. 1824 
Appendix to Second Voyage, containing Natural His- 
tory, &c. 4to. Lond. 1825 
Appendix to Third Voyage, containing Natural His- 



tory In Third Voyage 

RocHEFORT M. de, Histoire Naturelle et Morale des lies An- 
tilles de I'Amerique, 4to. Rotterdam, 1658 

Ross Capt. Jas C, Account of the Objects of Natural History 
seen and discovered, during the Voyage in Search of a 
North-West Passage, under the command of Captain Sir 
John Ross, in 1829 — 33, 4to. App. to Ross's Voyage 

Spallanzani Lazaro, Tracts on the Nature of Animals and 
Vegetables, 8vo. Edinb. 1799 

SwAiNSON William, Preliminary Discourse on the Study of 
Natural History {Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1834 

White Rev. G., The Natural History of Selborne, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 



GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY. 199 

^ccontf Mifiiiion. 

GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY. 

Allan Thomas, Mineralogical Nomenclature ; with Synoptical 
Tables of the Chemical Analyses of Minerals, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1819 

Bakewell Robert, An Introduction to Geology, 8vo. 

Lond. 1813 

another copy, 4th edition, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

BiscHOF Gustav., (Ph. D.) Physical, Chemical, and Geological 
Researches on the Internal Heat of the Globe, vol. 1, 
8vo. Lond. 1841 

BucKLANDW.,(B.D.,F.R.S.,M.G.S.,)Vindici3eGeologic8e,or 
the Connexion of Geology with Religion explained, in an 
Inaugural Lecture at Oxford, May 1819, 4to. Oxf. 1820 

Reliquiae Diluvianse ; or. Observations on the Organic 

Remains contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial 
Gravel, and on other Geological Phenomena, attesting 
the Action of an Universal Deluge, 4to. Lond. 1823 

Geology and Mineralogy considered with reference to 



Natural Theology, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Burnet Thomas, (D.D.) Sacred Theory of the Earth, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1759 

Conversations on Mineralogy, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1826 

Conybeare Rev. W. D. and W. Phillips, Outlines of the 

Geology of England and Wales, part 1, 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 
CuviER M., Essay on the Theory of the Earth, translated by 

Robert Kerr, F.R.S., with Mineralogical Notes, by 

Professor Jameson, 8vo. Edinb. 1815 

CuviER Baron G., Discourse on the Revolutions of the Surface 

of the Globe, and the Changes thereby produced in the 

Animal Kingdom, 12mo. Lond. 1829 
Fossil Osteology, partially abridged and re-arranged 

from the French of, part 1, plates, 4to. Lond. 1826 

Daubeny Charles, (M.D.) Description of Active and Extinct 

Volcanoes, 8vo. Lond. 1826 



200 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Descrizione del grande incendio del Vesuvio, Napoli, 1779 

Donat. Pam. 64 
De la Beche Henry T., Geological Manual, 12mo. Lond. 1831 

— How to Observe; — Geology, 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Report on the Geology of Cornwall, Devon, and West 

Somerset, 8vo. Lond. 1839 

GuRNEY Joseph John, Letter to a Clerical Friend on the 

Accordance of Geological Discovery with Natural and 

Revealed Religion Minor Works, vol. 2 

HiGGiNS W. M., Alphabet of Geology, for the Use of Beginners, 

J8mo. Lond. 1837 
The Earth ; its Physical Condition and most remark- 
able phenomena, 12mo. Lond. 1836 
History and Description of Fossil Fuel, the Collieries, and Coal 

Trade of Great Britain, 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Humboldt Alex, de, Geognostical Essay on the Superposition- 

of Rocks, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

HuTTON James, (M.D.) Theory of the Earth, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1795 
Jameson Robert, System of Mineralogy, in which Minerals are 

arranged according to the Natural History Method, 3 vols. 

8vo. Edinb. 1820 

KiDD John, (M.D.) Geological Essay on the Imperfect Evidence 

in Support of a Theory of the Earth, 8vo. Oxf. 1815 

Outlines of Mineralogy, 8vo. Oxf. 1809 

LiNDLEY John and Hutton Wm., The Fossil Flora of Great 

Britain, or Figures and Descriptions of the Vegetable 

Remains found in a Fossil State in this country, 3 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1831—37 

Lyell Charles, Principles of Geology, being an attempt to 

explain the former changes of the Earth's Surface, by 

reference to causes now in operation, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1830—33 
Mantell Gideon, The Geology of the South-East of England, 

8vo. Lond. 1833 

The Wonders of Geology, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1838 

Mawe J., New Descriptive Catalogue of Minerals, 12mo. 

Lond. 1825 

Treatise on Diamonds and Precious Stones, 12mo. 

Lond. 1823 



GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY. 201 

Miller Hugh, The Old Red Sandstone ; or, New Walks in an 
Old Field, small 8vo. Edinb. 1841 

MuRCHisoN Roderick Impey, The Silurian System, founded on 
Geological Researches in the Counties of Salop, Hereford, 
Radnor, Montgomery, Caermarthen, Brecon, Pembroke, 
Monmouth, Gloucester, Worcester, and Stafford ; with 
Descriptions of the Coal Fields and Overlaying Forma- 
tions, royal 4to., with a large map in case Lond. 1839 

Parkinson Jas., Introduction to the Study of Fossil Organic 
Remains, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

another copy, 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Organic Remains of a Former World ; An Examina- 
tion of the Vegetables and Animals of the Antediluvian 
World ; generally termed Extraneous Fossils, 3 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1811 
Vol. 1 The Vegetable Kingdom 

2 The Fossil Zoophytes 

3 The Fossil Starfish, Echini, Shells, Insects, Amphibia, Mam- 

malia, &c. 

Penn Granville, Comparative Estimate of the Mineral and 
Mosaical Geologies, and Supplement, 2 vols. 8vo, 

Lond. 1822—23 

Phillips John, A Guide to Geology, 12mo. Lond. 1834 

: A Treatise on Geology, 2 vols. (Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1837—39 

Phillips Wm., An Elementary Introduction to the Knowledge 
of Mineralogy, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Outlines of Mineralogy and Geology, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Playfair John, Account of a Lithological Survey of Schehal- 
lien Works, vol. 3 

Illustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the Earth 

Works, vol. 1 

RoBBERDS J. W,, Jun., Geological and Historical Observations 
on the Eastern Valleys of Norfolk, 8 vo. Norw. 1826 

ScROPE G. P., Memoir on the Geology of Central France; in- 
cluding the Volcanic Formations of Auvergne, the Velay, 
and the Vivarais, 4to. and an Atlas of Plates Lond. 1827 

SiCKLER Ch. L., Plan Topographique de la Campagne de Rome, 
consideree sous le rapport de la Geologic et des Anti- 
quities, Rome, 1816 Donat. Pam. 64 

2 D 



202 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

SiLLiMAN Professor, Consistency of the Discoveries of Modern 
Geology with the Sacred History of the Creation and 
the Deluge, 12mo. Lond. 1837 

Smith John Pye, (D.D.) On the Relation between the Holy 
Scriptures and some parts of Geological Science, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Taylor R. C.,On the Crag Strata at Braraerton, near Norwich; 
and on the Alluvial Strata and Chalk of Norfolk and 
Suffolk, Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

On the Geology of East Norfolk ; with Remarks 

upon the Hypothesis of Mr. J. W. Robberds, respecting 
the former level of the German Ocean, 8vo. Lond, 1827 

Ten Plates representing the Changes produced on the Coast of 
East Devon, by the Subsidence of the Land, and Eleva- 
tion of the bottom of the Sea, on Dec. 26, 1839, and 
^ Feb. 3, 1840, from drawings by W. Dawson, Esq., the 
Rev. W. D. Conybeare, and Mrs. Buckland ; with a 
Geological Memoir, &c. by the Rev. W. D. Conybeare, 
the whole Revised by Professor Buckland, folio 

Lond. 1840 

Thomson Thos., (M.D.) Outlines of Mineralogy, Geology, and 
Mineral Analysis, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Ure Andrew, (M.D.) New System of Geology, in which the 
great Revolutions of the Earth and Animated Nature are 
reconciled to Modern Science and Sacred History, 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 

Werner Abr. Got., New Theory of the Formation of Veins; 
with its application to the Art of Working Mines ; trans- 
lated with Notes, by Chas. Anderson, M.D., 8vo. 

Edinb. 1809 

Whiston W., Theory of the Earth, 8vo. Lond. 1737 

Whitehurst John, An Inquiry into the original State and For- 
mation of the Earth, 4to. Lond. 1786 

Woodward Samuel, An Outline of the Geology of Norfolk, 
8vo. Norwich, 1833 

A Synoptical Table of British Organic Remains, 8vo. 

Lond. 1830 



ZOOLOGY. 203 



ZOOLOGY. 

Audubon J. J., Ornithological Biography; or an Account of 
the Habits of the Birds of the United States of America, 
5 vols, royal 8vo. Edinb. 1831—9 

AzARA Don Felix de, The Natural History of the Quadrupeds 
of Paraguay, and the River la Plata ; translated from the 
Spanish, with a Memoir of the Author, &c. by W. Per- 
cival Hunter, Esq., Vol. 1, 8vo. Edinb. 1838 

Beale Thomas, The Natural History of the Sperm Whale; with 
a Sketch of a South Sea Whaling Voyage, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Bell Thomas, History of British Quadrupeds, including the 
Cetacea, 8vo. Lond. 1837 

A History of British Reptiles, 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Bevan Edward, Natural History, Physiology, and Management 
of the Honey-Bee, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Bewick Thomas, General History of Quadrupeds, 8vo. 

Newcastle, 1820 

History of British Birds, 2 vols. 8vo. Newcastle, 1826 

Vol. 1 Land Birds 
2 Water Birds 

BiNGLEY Rev. W., Animal Biography; or Popular Zoology, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813 

Vol. 1 Quadrupeds 

2 Cetaceous Animals, Birds, Amphibious Animals 

3 Fishes, Insects, Worms 

Birds, Architecture of Lib. Ent. Know. 

Birds, Domestic Habits of Lib. Ent. Know. 

Birds, Faculties of Lib. Ent. Know. 

Birds, An Introduction to the Study of; or the Elements of 
Ornithology, on Scientific Principles, 12mo. Lond. 1835 
Bonnet Charles, Observations sur les Pucerons CEuvres, tom. 1 

Observations sur les Vers CEuvres, tom. I 

■ Observations sur les Insectes CEuvres, tom. 1 



204 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Brown Capt. T., Sketches and Anecdotes of Horses, i2mo. 

Edinb. 1830 

Sketches and Anecdotes of Dogs/ 12mo. Edinb. 1829 

The Book of Butterflies, Sphinxes, and Moths, 3 vols. 

18mo. Lond. 1832—4 

Burrow Rev. E. J., Elements of Conchology, according to the 

Linnsean System, 12 mo. Lond. 1818 

CuviER F.,Le R^gne Animal distribue d'apres son organisation, 

4 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1817 
CuviER Baron G., Animal Kingdom, arranged in conformity 

with its Organization ; with additions, &c. by Edward 
Griffith, F.L.S. and others, 16 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827—35 

Vol. 1 — 4 Mammalia 

5 Synopsis of Mammalia 
6 — 8 Aves 

9 Reptilia • 

10 Pisces 

11 Fossil Remains 

12 MoUusca, Radiata 

13 Annelida, Crustacea, Arachnida 
14 — 15 Insecta 

16 Index 

Cuvier's Animal Kingdom ; arranged according to its Organ- 
ization, translated from the French and abridged for the 
use of Students, by H. M'Murtrie, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Curtis John, British Entomology; being Illustrations and 
Descriptions of the Genera of Insects found in Great 
Britain and Ireland : containing coloured figures from 
nature of the most rare and beautiful Species, and in 
many instances of the Plants upon which they are found, 
8 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823—40 

Vol. I Coleoptera, Part I 

2 Coleoptera, Part 2 

3 Dermaptera, Dictyoptera, Orthoptera, Strepsiptera, Hymenoptera, 

Part 1 

4 Hymenoptera, Part 2. Neuroptera, Trichoptera 
6 Lepidoptera, Part 1 

6 Lepidoptera, Part 2 

7 Homoptera, Hemiptcra, Aphaniptera 

8 Diptera, Omaloptera. — General Index 

Panpolo Count, The Art of Rearing Silk Worms, 12mo. 

Lond. 1825 



ZOOLOGY. 205 

[Davy Sir H.,] Salmonia: or, the Days of Fly Fishing; with 
some Account of the Habits of Fishes belonging to the 
Genus Salmo, by -An Angler, 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Denny Henry, Monographia Pselaphidarum et Scydmsenidarum 
Britanniee ; or an Essay on the British Species of the 
Genera Pselaphus of Herbst, and Scydraaenus of Latreille, 
8vo. Norwich, 1825 

Ellis John, An Essay towards a Natural History of the Coral- 
lines and other Marine Productions, commonly found on 
the Coasts of Great Britain and Ireland, 4to. Lond. 1755 

Natural History of Zoophytes, 4to. Lond. 1786 

ENCYCLOpfiDiE Methodique : — Histoire Naturelle; — 
Quadrupedes et C^taces, 1 torn. 
Mammalogie, ou Description des Esp^ces de Mammiferes ; Cetologie, 

1 torn. 
Quadrupedes et Cetaces ; Planches, 1 torn. 
Oiseaux, 1 torn. 
Omithologie, 3 torn. 

Planches, 1 torn. 

Poissons, 1 torn. 

Ichthyologie et Planches, 1 torn. 

Quadrupedes Ovipares et Serpens ; Er^ptologie ; Ophiologie, et 

Planches, 1 torn. 
Insectes, 7 torn. 

Planches, 2 torn. 

Vers et Zoophytes, 3 torn. 

Vers, Coquilles, Mollusques et Polypiers; Planches, 2 torn 

Fauna Boreaii-Americana ; or the Zoology of the Northern 
Parts of British America, 4 vols. 4to. Lond. 1829 — 37 
Part 1 The Quadrupeds, by John Richardson, M.D. &c. 

2 The Birds, by William Swainson, Esq. and John Richardson, 

M.D. &c. 

3 The Fish, by John Richardson, M.D. &c. 

4 The Insects, by the Rev. William Kirby 

Fleming John, (D.D.) The Philosophy of Zoology ; or a gene- 
ral view of the Structure, Functions, and Classification of 
Animals, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1822 

History of British Animals ; exhibiting the Descrip- 
tive Characters and Systematical Arrangement of the 
Genera and Species of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, 
Fishes, Mollusca, and Radiata of the United Kingdom, 
8vo. Edinb. 1828 



206 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Forbes Edward, History of British Starfish, and other Animals 
of the Class Echinodermata, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

FoRSTER T., Observations on the Brumal Retreat of the Swallow 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 

Hewitson W. C, British Oology, being Illustrations of the 
Eggs of British Birds, 2 vols. Svo. Newcastle 

Hughes Griffith, Natural History of Barbados, folio Lond. 1750 

Humboldt Alex, de, et A. Bonpland, Recueil d'Observations de 
Zoologie et d'Anatomie Comparee, faites, dans I'Ocean 
Atlantique, dans I'lnterieur du Nouveau Continent et dans 
la Mer du Sud, 1799—1803, 2 torn, in 1, imp. 4to. 

Paris, 1811— 

Insect Architecture Lib. Ent. Know. 

Insect Transformations . Lib. Ent. Know. 

Insect Miscellanies Lib. Ent. Know. 

Insects, Natural History of, 2 vols. ( Family Lib.) 

Lond. 1829—35 

Jardine Sir W. and Selby P. J., Illustrations of Ornithology, 
part 1, royal 4to. Lond. 1827 

Jenyns Rev. L., A Manual of British Vertebrate Animals, Svo. 

Camb. 1835 

Johnston George, (M.D.) History of British Sponges and 
Lithophytes, 8vo. Edinb. 1842 

Jones Thomas Rymer, A General Outline of the Animal King- 
dom, and Manual of Comparative Anatomy, Svo. 

Lond. 1841 

KiRBY Rev. William, On the Power, Wisdom, and Goodness of 
God as manifested in the Creation of Animals, and in their 
History, Habits, and Instincts, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1835 

and William Spence, Esq., An Introduction to Ento- 
mology, 4 vols. Svo. Lond. 1815 — 26 

Lamark's Arrangement of Testacea, an Epitome of, with Ob- 
servations, &c., by Charles Dubois, F.L.S., 12mo. 

Lond. 1828 

Latham John, A General Synopsis of Birds, 3 vols, in 6, 4to. 

Lond. 1781—5 

Supplement to the General Synopsis of Birds, 2 vols. 

4to. Lond. 1787—1801 

Index Ornithologicus, sive Systema Ornithologise, 2 

vols. 4to. 2 copies Lond. 1790 



ZOOLOGY. 207 

Latreille p. a., Genera Crustaceorum et Insectorum, 4 torn. 

8vo. Paris, 1806 

Leach Wm. Elford, Zoological Miscellany ; being Descriptions 

of new and interesting Animals, 3 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1814—17 
LiNNJEUs, General View of his Writings, by Richard Pulteney, 

M.D., with Additions and a Memoir of the Author, by 

Wm. Geo. Maton, M.D., to which is annexed the Diary 

of Linneeus, written by Himself, 4to. Lond. 1805 

Locusts, Historical Account of, Edinb. 1748 Donat. Pam. 164 
Menageuies (The) ; Quadrupeds, 2 vols. Lib. Ent. Know. 

Menageries (The) ; Monkeys, Opossums, and Lemurs 

Lib. Ent. Know. 
Montagu Col. G., Ornithological Dictionary of British Birds, 

8vo. Lond. 1821 

MuDiE Robert, The Feathered Tribes of the British Islands, 

2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Naturalist's (The) Library : Edited by Sir William Jardine, 

Bart., 34 vols. 12mo. 1833—42 

MAMMALIA. 

Vol. I Monkeys 

2 The Felince 

3 & 4 Ruminantia 

5 Pachydermes 

6 Ordinary Cetacea, or Whales 

7 British Quadrupeds » 

8 Amphibious Carnivora, Wabxis, Seals, &c. 

9 & 10 Dogs, or Genus Canis, including the Genera Hysena and 

Proteles 

1 1 Marsupialia, or Pouched Animals 

12 Horses 



ORNITHOLOGY. 




Vols. 1 & 2 Humming Birds 




3 Gallinaceous Birds 




4 Game Birds 




5 Pigeons 




6 Parrots 




7 & 8 Birds of Western Africa 




9 Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. 


Part 1— Birds of Prey 


10 Flycatchers 




1 1 Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. 


Part 2 — Incessores 


12 Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. 


Part 3— Rasores and Gral- 


latores 





208 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Naturalist's (The) Library, continued. 

ICHTHYOLOGY. 

Vol. ] The Perch Family 

2 On the Nature, Structure, and Economical Uses of Fishes 
* 3 Fishes of Guiana. Part I 



Vol. 1 


ENTOMOLOGY. 

Introduction 


2 


Beetles 


3 

4 
5 
6 


British Butterflies 

British Moths, Sphinxes, &c. 

Foreign Butterflies 

Bees 


7 


Exotic Moths 



Vol. 


1 




2 


" Vol. 


1 




2 




3 




4 



Pennant Thomas, Introduction to the Arctic Zoology, 4to. 

Lond. 1792 
Arctic Zoology, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1792 

Quadrupeds and Birds 

Birds, Reptiles, Fish, and Insects 

Indian Zoology, 4to. " Lond. 1790 

British Zoology, 4 vols. 4to. Lond. 1776 

Quadrupeds, Birds 

Birds — Water Fowl 

Reptiles, Fish 

Crustacea, Mollusca, Testacea 

History of Quadrupeds, 2 vols. 4to Lond. 1781 

— Genera of Birds, 4to. Lond. 1781 

Prichard J. C, (M.D.) Researches into the Physical History 

of Mankind, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Pritciiard Andrew, The Natural History of Animalcules : 

containing Descriptions of all the known Species of 

Infusoria, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

History of Infusoria, living and fossil, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Microscopic Cabinet of Select Animated Objects, 8vo. 

Lond. 1832 

Raius Joannis, Synopsis Methodica Animalium, Quadrupedum, 

et Serpentini Generis, 8vo. Lond. 1693 

Reeve Henry, (M.D.) Essay on the Torpidity of Animals, 8vo. 

Lond. 1809 
Smith John, The Curiosities of Common Water, Lond. 1723 

Donat. Pam. 96 



ZOOLOGY. 209 

SowERBY G. B., Genera of Recent and Fossil Shells, 42 nos. 8vo. 
Stark John, Elements of Natural History, adapted to the 

present state of the Science, containing the Generic 

Characters of nearly the whole Animal Kingdom, 2 vols. 

8vo. Edinb. 1828 

Stephens J. F., A Systematic Catalogue of British Insects, 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 
SwAiNSON Wm., A Treatise on the Geography and Classification 

of Animals ('iart/wer'i Cyclop.) Lond. 1835 
On the Habits and Instincts of Animals (Lardner^s 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1840 

Animals in Menageries (Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1838 
On the Natural History and Classification of Quad- 
rupeds (Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1835 
On the Natural History and Classification of Birds, 

2 vols. (Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1836 — 37 
On the Natural History and Classification of Fishes, 

Amphibians, and Reptiles, 2 vols. (Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1838—39 
On the History and Natural Arrangement of Insects 

(Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1840 
Treatise on Malacology, or the Natural Classification 

of Shells and Shell-Fish {Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1840 
Taxidermy ; with the Biography of Zoologists, and 

notices of their works (Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1840 
Zoological Illustrations, or Figures and Descriptions 



of New, Rare, and Interesting Animals, chiefly from the 
Classes Ornithology, Entomology, and Conchology, 3 vols. 
8vo. Lo7id. 1820—22 

Vol. 1 Vertebrosa 

2 Entomology 

3 Conchology 

Sydserff R., Treatise on Bees, Salisbury, 1792 Donat. Pam. 53 

Temminck C. J., Manuel d'Ornithologie, ou Tableau System- 

atique des Oiseaux qui se trouvent en Europe, 2 tom. 8vo. 

Paris, 1820 
Thompson John V., Memoir on the Pentacrinus Europeeus ; a 
Recent Species discovered in the Cove of Cork 

Donat. Pant. 4to. 6 
2e 



210 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

TopsELL Ed., The Historie of Foure-footed Beastes, folio 

Lond. 1607 
Tower (The) Menagerie ; comprising the Natural History of the 
Animals contained in that Establishment, 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 
Waterton Charles, Essays on Natural History, chiefly Orni- 
thology, with an Autobiography of the Author, 12mo. 

Lond. 1838 

• Instructions for the Perfect Preservation of Birds, 

&c. for Cabinets of Natural History 

Wanderings in South America 
Wilson Alex, and Bonaparte Chas. Lucian, American Ornitho- 
logy ; or the Natural History of the Birds of the United 
States, edited by Robert Jameson, Esq., 4 vols. 18mo. 

Edinb. 1831 
Wilson James and the Rev, James Duncan, Entomologia Edi- 
nensis ; or a Description and History of the Insects found 
in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 
Wood W., Index Entomologicus ; or a Complete Illustrated 
Catalogue, consisting of 1944 Figures of the Lepidop- 
terous Insects of Great Britain, 8vo. Lond. 1839 
■ Index Testaceologicus ; a Catalogue of Shells, ar- 
ranged according to the Linnean System; Illustrated 
with 2300 Figures, 8vo. Lond. 1825 
Yarrell William, History of British Fishes, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 

Supplement to the History of British Fishes, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Zoological (The) Journal, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825 — 35 

Zoological Society, Gardens and Menageries of the, dehneated^ 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Vol. 1 Quadrupeds 

2 Birds 

Zoology of the Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, under the Com- 
mand of Capt. Fitzroy, during the years 1832 — 1836, 
4to. Lond. 1838 

Part 1 Fossil Mammalia, by Richard Owen, Esq. 



BOTANY. 21 £ 



dTourt]^ l9tt)tf$ton. 

BOTANY. 

Barton John, Lecture on the Geography of Plants, 12mo. 

Lond. 1827 

Bonnet Charles, Recherches sur I'usage des Feuilles 

CEuvres, torn. 2 

Botanical Magazine, by William Curtis, and others, from the 
commencement in 1790, and continued, 8vo. 

Botanical Magazine, General Indexes to the Plants contained 
in the first Forty- two Volumes Lond. 1816 

Botanical Magazine, General Indexes to the Plants contained 
in the first Fifty-three Volumes, (or old series complete) 
Bvo. Lond. 1828 

Botanical Magazine, Companion to the ; being a Journal of 
such Botanical Information, as does not come within the 
prescribed limits of the Magazine ; by W. J. Hooker, 
LL.D., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Botany, in four parts Lib. Useful Know. 

Browne Sir Thomas, Observations upon Several Plants men- 
tioned in Scripture Works 

Conversations on Vegetable Physiology, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 

Curtis Wm., Practical Observations on the British Grasses, 
8vo. Lond. 1824 

DoNN James, Hortus Cantabrigiensis ; or a Catalogue of the 
Indigenous and Exotic Plants in the Cambridge Botanic 
Garden; Augmented, &c. by Frederick Pursh, 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

DucLuzEAU J. A. P., Essai sur I'Histoire Naturelle des Con_ 
ferves des Environs de Montpellier Donat. Pam. 15 

Enchiridion Botanicum: complectens Characteres genericos 
et specificos Plantarum per insulas Britannicas sponte 
nascentium: ex Linnseo aliisque desumptos, 12mo. 

Lond. 1782 



212 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Encyclopedie Methodique : Histoire Naturelle ; — 
Botanique, 8 torn. 
Supplement, 5 torn. 
Illustrations des Genres, 3 torn. 
Planches, 4 torn. 

Francis George W., An Analysis of British Ferns and their 
Allies, 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Henslow Rev. J, S., The Principles of Descriptive and Phy- 
siological Botany {Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1835 
Hooker W. J., (LL.D.) British Jungermanniae, folio Zowrf, 1816 

— Journal of a Tour in Iceland, in 1809, 8vo. Zone?. 1811 

Hudson Gulielmus, Flora Anglica, 8vo. Lond. 1778 

LiNDLEY John, An Introduction to the Natural System of Bota- 
ny, 8vo. Lond. 1830 

An Introduction to Botany, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

• Ladies' Botany ; or a Famihar Introduction to the 

Study of the Natural System of Botany, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1834—7 
Elements of Botany, Structural, Physiological, Syste- 



matical, and Medical, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

LinNjEus Car., Genera Plantarum Vienn. 1767 

Species Plantarum, 2 tom. 8vo. Holmice, 1764 

Critica Botanica, 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1737 

Lachesis Lapponica ; or a Tour in Lapland, translated 

by James Edw. Smith, M.D., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1811 
MiRBEL C. F. Brisseau, Elemens de Physiologic Veg^tale et de 

Botanique, 3 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1815 

Popular Cyclopeedia of Natural Science, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Part 1 Vegetable Physiology 
2 Botany 

PuLTENEY Richard, Sketches of the Progress of Botany in 
England, from its Origin to the Introduction of the Lin- 
neean System, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1790 

Raii Joannis, Synopsis Methodica Stirpium Britannicarum, 
2 tom. small 8vo. Lond. 1724 

Rousseau J. J., Lettres sur la Botanique (Euvres, tom. 12 

Smith Jac. Edw., (M.D.) Icones Pictse Plantarum Rariorum, 
descriptionibus et observationibus illustratse, Lat. and 
Eng., Nos. 1,2,3, Lond. 1790 — 3 ; — Spicilegium Botan- 
nicum, No. I, folio Lond. 1791 



ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, ETC. 213 

Smith Sir James E., Flora Britannica, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1800 

The English Flora, 4 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1824—28 

The English Flora, vol. 5, Cryptogamia; by William 

Jackson Hooker, LL.D,, 2 parts, 8vo. Lond. 1833 
English Botany, v^^ith coloured figures; by James 

Sowerby, F.L.S., 36 vols, in 29, 8vo. Lond. v. y. 

This copy is arranged systematically according to the English Flora. 

English Botany, General Indexes to, 8vo. Lond. 1814 

English Botany, Supplement to ; by William Jackson 

Hooker, LL.D., and others; the figures by J. De Carle 
Sowerby, F.L.S., 2 vols. 8vo. Zo«c?. 1831— 34 

Grammar of Botany, 8vo. Lond. 1821 

An Introduction to Physiological and Systematical 

Botany, 8vo. Lond. 1814 
another edition, 8vo. Lond. 1825 



Vegetable Substances used for the Food of Man Lib. Ent. Knoio. 
Vegetable Substances : Materials of Manufacture 

Lib. Ent. Know. 
Vegetable Substances : Timber trees, and Fruits 

Lib. Ent. Know. 

Walcott John, Flora Britannica Indigena; or Plates of the 

Indigenous Plants of Great Britain, 8vo. Bath, 1778 



SECTION VI. 



Anatomy, Physiology , Medicine, and Surgery. 

Abernethy J., The Hunterian Oration, for the year 1819, 
delivered before the Royal College of Surgeons in 
London Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Address to the Public on the Propriety of Midwives, instead of 
Surgeons, practising Midwifery, Lond. 1826 

Donat. Pam. 66 

Bacon Lord, Physiological Remains ; Medical Remains ; and 
Medical Receipts . Works, vol. 2 



214 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Bacon Lord, Historia Vitse et Mortis Works, vol. 8 

Barclay John, (M.D.) Inquiry into the Opinions, Ancient and 
Modern, concerning Life and Organization, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1822 

Bell John and Charles, Anatomy and Physiology of the Human 
Body, 3 vols. 8vo. Lend. 1823 

Bell Sir Charles, The Hand, its Mechanism and Vital Endow- 
ments as evincing design, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Berkeley Bishop, Siris ; a Chain of Philosophical Reflections 
and Inquiries concerning the Virtues of Tar Water ; — A 

Letter to T P , Esq., containing some further 

remarks on the Virtues of Tar Water, and the Methods 
of preparing and using it; — and Further Thoughts on 
Tar Water Works, vol. 3 

Blumenbacii J. F., System of Comparative Anatomy; trans- 
lated by William Lawrence, 8vo. Lond. 1807 

The Institutions of Physiology ; translated by John 

Elliotson, M.D., 8vo. Lond. 1817 

BosTOCK John, (M.D.) Elementary System of Physiology, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824—27 

Bremseu M., Traite sur les Vers Intestinaux de I'Homme, traduit 
par M. Grundler, 8vo. avec planches en 4to. Paris, 1824 

Clark James, (M.D.) The Influence of Climate in the Preven- 
tion and Cure of Chronic Diseases, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Combe A., The Principles of Physiology applied to the Preserv- 
ation of Health and to the Improvement of Physical and 
Mental Education, 12mo. Edinb. 1834 

The Physiology of Digestion considered with reference 

to the Principles of Dietetics, r2mo. Edinb. 1836 

A Treatise on the Physiological and Moral Manage- 



ment of Infancy, small 8vo. Edinb. 1840 

Combe George, Elements of Phrenology, 12mo. Edinb. 1824 

Essays on Phrenology, 8vo. Edinb. 1819 

Letter to F. Jeffrey, Esq., in Answer to his Criticism 

on Phrenology, Edinb. 1826 Pamphlets, 1 

Conversations on the Animal Economy, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1827 
Cooper Sam,, Dictionary of Practical Surgery, 8vo. Lond. 1822 
Corn A no L., Sure Methods of attaining a Long and Healthful 

Life Pamphleteer, vols. 18, 19 



ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, ETC. 215 

CttossE John Green, Retrospective Address upon Medical 
Science and Literature, delivered at the Fourth Meeting 
of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, held 
at Manchester, July 21, 1836, 8vo. Worcester, 1836 

Sketches of the Medical Schools of Paris, 8vo. 

Lond. 1815 

On the Variolous Epidemic in Norwich, in 1819, 8vo. 

Lond. 1820 

Two Letters, shewing the Impropriety of Electing 

Assistant-Surgeons; addressed to the Governors of the 
Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Norwich, 1827 

Donat. Pam. 74 
DicTiONNAiRE de la Syst^me Anatomique, 4 torn. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 
DiCTiONNAiRE de la Medicine; comprenant la Jurisprudence de 
la Medicine, et la Biographic Medicale, 13 tom. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 
DiCTioNNAiRE de Chirurgie, 2 tom. et planches, 1 torn. 4to. 

Ency, Method. 

Falconer W,, Observations on Dr. Cadogan's Dissertation on 

the Gout, and all other Chronic Diseases Donat. Pam. 76 

Fayerman a. T., Appeal to the Public, and to Medical Men, in 

the Case of Elizabeth Garrod, wounded by a Pistol Shot, 

Jan. 18, 1815, and who died in the Norwich and Norfolk 

Hospital on the 24th, Norwich, 1815 Donat. Pam. 76 

Finlayson Robert, (M.D.) An Essay addressed to Captains of 

the Royal Navy, and those of the Merchants' Service, on 

the Means of Preserving the Health of their Crews; with 

Directions for the Prevention of Dry Rot in Ships 

Pamphleteer, vol. 26 
Forster T., Inquiry into the Causes and Mitigation of Pesti- 
lential Fever Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Observations on the Casual and Periodical Influence 

of Particular States of the Atmosphere on Human Health 
and Diseases, particularly Insanity Pamphleteer, vol. 14 

Observations on the Phenomena of Insanity 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Sketch of the New Anatomy and Physiology of the 

Brain and Nervous System, of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 



216 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Good John Mason, Study of Medicine, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Grant J,, (M.D.) An interesting and Authentic Account of the 
Melancholy Ravages of the Yellow Fever, at Gibraltar, 
Malaga, &c., Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 19 

Grant Robert E., (M.D.) Outlines of Comparative Anatomy, 
8vo. Lond. 1841 

Granville A. B., Letter to the Rt. Hon. W, Huskisson, M.P., 
on the Quarantine Bill Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Greenhovv T. M., Hints towards the adoption of an improved 
principle of Remunerating the Surgeon Apothecary, New- 
castle, 1824 Donat. Pam. 76 

Halford Sir H., Essays and Orations read and delivered at 
the Royal College of Physicians ; to which is added an 
Account of the Opening of the Tomb of King Charles I, 
12mo. Lond. 1831 

On the Deaths of some Eminent Persons of Modern 

Times, Lond. 1835 Donat. Pam. 168 

Hamilton J., Letter to Sir W. Garrow, on his proposed Bill 
for regulating the Practice of Surgery throughout the 
United Kingdom Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Hecker J. F. C, The Black Death in the Fourteenth Century; 
translated from the German by B. G. Babington, M.D., 
12mo. Lond. 1833 

Holland Henry, (M.D.) Medical Notes and Reflections, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Home Sir Everard, Lectures on Comparative Anatomy; in 
which are explained the Preparations in the Hunterian 
Collection, 6 vols. 4to. Lond. 1814—28 

Howard Richard Baron, (M.D.) An Inquiry into the Morbid 
Effects of Deficiency of Food, chiefly with reference to 
their occurrence amongst the destitute poor, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

HuFELAMD C. W., Art of Prolonging Human Life, 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 

Hull Robert, (M.D.) Cursory Notes on the Morbid Eye, 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

Humboldt Alex, de, Recueil d'Observations de Zoologie et 
d'Anatomie Comparee, 4to. Pam, 1811 

Jameson Thomas, (M.D.) A Treatise on Cheltenham Waters, 
and Bilious Diseases, Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam. 24 



ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, ETC. 2l7 

Johnson Edw., Life, Health, and Disease, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Johnson James, (M.D.) An Essay on Morbid Sensibility of 
the Stomach and Bowels, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

The Economy of Health, or the Stream of Human 

Life from the Cradle to the Grave; with Reflections 
Moral, Physical, and Philosophical, on the successive 
Phases of Human Existence, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Johnstone J,, (M.D.) Account of the Discovery of the Power 
of Mineral Acid Vapours to destroy Contagion, Lond- 
1803 Donat. Pam. 82 

Jones E. G., (M.D.) Account of the Remarkable Effects of 
the Eau Medicinale d'Husson in the Gout, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 24 

Keate T., Cases of the Hydrocele, with observations on a 
peculiar method of treating that disease, Lond. 1788 

Donat. Pam. 25 

Kelson T. M., A Few Hints relative to Cutaneous Complaints; 
with some Remarks on the Structure and Functions of 
the Skin, by C. Kelson, Lond. 1820 Donat. Pam. 25 

Kerrison R. M., Observations and Reflections on the Bill for 
" Better regulating the Medical Profession as far as 
regards Apothecaries" Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

Lord Perceval B., Popular Physiology; being a Familiar Ex- 
planation of Facts, connected with the Structure and 
Functions of Animals, and particularly of Man, 12 mo. 

Lond. 1834 

Mackenzie Sir G. S., Illustrations of Phrenology, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1820 

Mackenzie William, (M.D.) The Physiology of Vision, -Svo. 

Lond. 1841 

Maclean Charles, Suggestions for the Prevention and Mitigation 
of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Summary of Facts and Inferences respecting the 

Causes, proper and adventitious, of Plague, and other 
Pestilential Diseases Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

M4CMICHAEL W., (M.D.) Sketch of the Progress of Opinion 
on the Subject of Contagion ; with some Remarks on 
Quarantine Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

2 T 



218 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Magendie F., Precis E16mentaire de Physiologie, 2 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1816 

Malden Jonas, (M.D.) Remarks on the Cow-Pox, Lond. 1820 

Donat. Pam. 84 

Medical Reform, Observations on a Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

MoRLEY John, Essay on the Nature and Cure of Scrophulous 
Disorders, Lond. 1769 Donat. Pam. 75 

MiiLLER J., (M.D.) Elements of Physiology; translated from 
the German, with Notes, by William Baly, M.D., 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1840—41 

Newell Thomas, Letter to the Editor of the Literary Gazette 
upon the Misrepresentations contained in a Pamphlet 
recently published by Dr. Neale, upon the Subject of the 
Cheltenham Waters, Cheltenham, 1820 Donat. Pam. 37 

Newton J. F., The Return to Nature, or a Defence of a Vege- 
table Regimen Pamphleteer, vols. 19, 20 

Observations on the Evil Effects produced in the Human Con- 
stitution by Stimulating Food, and by Spirituous and 
Fermented Liquors when taken Moderately and Habitually 

Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Paris J. A., (M.D.) Treatise on Diet, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

and J. S. M. Fonblanque, Esq., Medical Jurispru- 
dence, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Pickmere J. R., An Address to the Public on the Propriety of 
Midwives, instead of Surgeons practising Midwifery 

Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

Price Rev. T., Essay on the Physiognomy and Physiology of 
the present Inhabitants of Britain ; with reference to 
their origin as Goths and Celts, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Reid John, The Philosophy of Death ; or a General Medical 
and Statistical Treatise on the Nature and Causes of 
Human Mortality, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Remarks (Cursory) on Corpulence, Lond. 1810 Donat, Pam. 12 

Riddle Col., Riddellian System; or New Medical Improve- 
ments, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 47 

RiGBY E., (M.D.) Essay on the Uterine Heemorrhage; with a 
Memoir of his Life by John Cross, 8vo. Norwich, 1822 

RoGET P. M,, (M.D.) Animal and Vegetable Physiology con- 
sidered with reference to Natural Theology, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 



ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, ETC. 219 

SiGMOND G. G., (M.D.) Tea; its Effects, Medicinal, and 
Moral, I2rao. Lond. 1839 

Smith Southwood, (M.D.) A Lecture delivered over the Re- 
mains of Jeremy Bentham, Esq., in the Webb Street 
School of Anatomy and Medicine, on the 9th of June, 
1832, Lond. 1832 Pamphlets, 7 

The Philosophy of Health ; or an Exposition of the 

Physical and Mental Constitution of Man, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Edinb. 1835—37 

SoMATOPSYCHONOOLOGiA ; being an Examination of the Con- 
troversy concerning Life, carried on by Lawrence, Aber- 
nethy, Rennell, and others Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Somerset (The Royal) Jennerian Society, Plan, Introductory 
Address, and Regulations of, Bath, 1805 

Donat. Pam. 51 

Stewart Leonard, (M.D.) On Tendency to Disease of Body 
and Mind in Refined Life, and the General Principles of 
Cure, 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Thackrah C. T., The Effects of Arts, Trades, and Professions, 
and of Civic States and Habits of Living, on Health and 
Longevity, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Thomas R., (M.D.) Modern Practice of Physic, 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 

Thomson Ant. Todd., (M.D.) Domestic Management of the 
Sick Room, necessary in Aid of Medical Treatment for 
the Cure of Diseases, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Unwins D., Modern Maladies, and present State of Medicine 

Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Wall John, (M.D.) Experiments and Observations on the Mal- 
vern Waters, Oxford, 1806 Donat. Pam. 99 

Wardrop James, History of James Mitchell, a Boy born Blind 
and Deaf Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

White Mustard Seed, On the Efficacy of, taken internally, as 
a Cure for Various Complaints Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Whiter Rev. Walter, On the Disorder of Death, 8vo. 

Norw. 1819 



220 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

SECTION VII. 
Mechanical Arts and Trades — Civil Engineering. 

Account of the newly-invented Electro- Magnetic Engine, for 
the propulsion of Locomotives, Ships, Mills, &c. ; trans, 
from the German by Dr. Taylor, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Anstie John, Observations on the Importance and Necessity of 
Introducing Improved Machinery into the Woollen Manu- 
factory, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 41 

Arnott Neil, (M.D.) On Warming and Ventilating, Lond. 1838 

Pamphlets, 7 

Baebage Charles, On the Economy of Machinery and Manu- 
factures, small 8vo. Zone?. 1832 

Baines Edward, History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great 
Britain, 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Baverstock J., Observations on the State of the Brewery, and 
on the Saccharine quality of Malt Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Beckman John, History of Inventions and Discoveries ; trans, 
from the German by W. Johnston, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 18 14 

Derenzy Capt. Enchiridion, or a Hand for the One-Handed 

Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Dictionnaire des Arts et Metiers M^caniques, 8 tom. et 
Planches, 4 tom. 4to. Ency. Method. 

Dictionnaire des Manufactures, Arts et Metiers, et Planches, 
5 tom. 4to. Ency. Method. 

Dictionnaire de la Marine, 3 tom. et Planches, 1 tom. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

Dictionnaire de toutes les Especes de Pfeches, 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

Donovan Michael, Domestic Economy, 2 vols. {Lardner's 
Cyclop.) Lond. 1830—37 

Vol. I Brewing, Distilling, Wine Making, &c. 
2 Human Food, Animal and Vegetable 

Frend W., Is it impossible to free the Atmosphere of London, 
in a very considerable degree, from the Smoke and 
Deleterious Vapours with which it is hourly impregnated ? 

Pamphleteer, vol. 15 



MECHANICAL ARTS, ETC. 221 

Guest Richard, A Compendious History of the Cotton Manu- 
facture : with a Disproval of the Claim of Sir Richard 
Arkwright to the Invention of its Ingenious Machinery, 
4to. Manchester, 1823 

Hillary Sir W., Plan for the Construction of a Steam Life 
Boat, also for the Extinguishment of Fire at Sea, &c. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Lardner Rev. D., Lectures on the Steam Engine, in which its 
Constructions and Operations are familiarly explained, 
12mo. . Lond. 1832 

Manufactures in Metal, Treatise on the Progressive Improve- 
ment and Present State of, 3 vols. {Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1831—4 
Vols. 1 & 2 Iron and Steel 

3 Tin, Lead, Copper, and other Metals 

Milton Rev. W., The Danger of TraveUing in Stage Coaches; 
and a Remedy Proposed to the Consideration of the Pub- 
lic, Reading, 1810 Donat. Pam. 35 

Nicholson John, Operative Mechanic, and British Machinist, 
8vo. Lond. 1825 

Porcelain and Glass, Treatise on the Origin, Progressive Im- 
provement, and Present State of the Manufacture of 
(Lardner s Cyclop.) Lond. 1832 

Samuda J. D. A., Treatise on the Adaptation of Atmospheric 
Pressure to the purposes of Locomotion on Railways, 
8vo. Lond. 1841 

Silk Manufacture, Treatise on its Origin, Progressive Improve- 
ment, and Present State (Lardner s Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1831 

Smeaton John, Historical Report on Ramsgate Harbour, Land, 
1791 Donat, Pam. 51 

Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and 
Commerce, Premiums for 1828 — 9 Donat. Pam. 102 

Summary Specification of an Invention, by L. Hudleston, Esq. 
on a Method of Conveying Boats or Barges from a higher 
level to a lower, and vice versd, on Canals, Gillingham, 
1801 Donat. Pam. 53 

Taylor John, Statements respecting the Profits of Mining in 
England, considered in relation to the Prospects of 
Mining in Mexico, Lond, 1825 Pamphlets, 3 



222 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Tyrwhitt Sir J,, On the Formation of a Rail Road, from the 
Forest of Dartmoor to the Plymouth Lime-Quarries, 
Plymouth, 1818 Donat. Pam. 55 

Ure Andrew, The Philosophy of Manufactures, or an Exposition 
of the Scientific, Moral, and Commercial Economy of 
the Factory System of Great Britain, 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Western Union Canal, Replies to the Arguments of the Com- 
mittee of the Thames Navigation Commissioners, Lond. 
1820 Donat. Pam. 56 

WiNSOR F. A., Account of the British Imperial Patent Light 
Ovens and Stoves, Lond. 1804 Donat. Pam. 100 

Young Thomas, (D.D.) Lectures on Natural Philosophy and 
the Mechanical Arts, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1807 



SECTION VIII. 
Fine Arts. 



Bryan M., Biography and Critical History of Painters and 
Engravers, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1816 

Burnet John, A Practical Treatise on Painting, 4to. Lond. 1827 

BuRNEY Charles, General History of Music ; with a Disserta- 
tion on the Music of the Ancients, 4 vols. 4to. Lond. 1776 

Catalogue des Tableaux exposes au Musee du Royaume des 
Pays-Bas, dans la Ville d'Amsterdam Donat. Pam. 160 

Catalogue of the Pictures in the National Gallery, by William 
Young Ottley. Part 1, containing the Angerstein Col- 
lection, 12mo. Lond. 1826 Donat. Pam. 168 

Catalogue of Pictures by Sir J. Reynolds, with a selection from 
the Foreign Masters, exhibited in the British Institution, 
Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

Catalogue of the Principal Pictures painted by the late Mr. 
Crome Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Catalogue of Pictures Painted on Glass, Lond. 1817 

Dotuit. Pam, 4to. vol. 6 



FINE ARTS. 223 

Catalogue of Pictures, representing Christ Rejected, Christ 
Healing in the Temple, and a design of Our Saviour's 
Crucifixion; painted by B. West, Esq., Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 70 

Crotch William, Lectures on Music, 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Description of Mr. Haydon's Picture of Christ's Triumphant 
Entry into Jerusalem, Lond. 1820 Donat. Pam. 74 

Description des principaux ouvrages de Peinture et Sculpture ; 
actuellement existans dans les Eglises, Couvens, et Lieux 
Publics de la Ville d'x\nvers Donat. Pam. 16 

DiCTioNNAiRE dcs Bcaux-Arts, 2 torn, et Planches, 1 tom. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

DiCTiONNAiRE de Musiquc, 2 tom. 4to. Ency. Method. 

Dolce Lodovico, Aretin ; a Dialogue on Painting, translated 
from the Italian, 12mo. Lond. 1770 

Douce F., The Dance of Death exhibited in elegant Engravings 
on Wood ; with a Dissertation on the several Representa- 
tions of that Subject, but more particularly on those 
ascribed to Macaber and Hans Holbein, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Du Fresnoy C. a., The Art of Painting, with Remarks, trans- 
lated into English, with a Parallel between Painting and 
Poetry, by John Dryden Dryden's Works, vol. 17 

Exhibition of the celebrated Heroic Equestrian Group of 
Monte Cavallo at Rome, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 75 

Explanation of the famous and renowned Glass Work, or 
Painted Windows, in the fine and eminent Church at 
Gouda Donat. Pam. 152 

Flaxman John, Lectures on Sculpture, royal 8vo. Lond. 1829 

FusELi H., Lectures on Painting, 2nd series, 4to. Lond, 1830 

Gardiner William, The Music of Nature ; or an attempt to 
prove that what is passionate and pleasing in the Art of 
Singing, Speaking, and Performing upon Musical In- 
struments, is derived from the sounds of the Animated 
World, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Music and Friends ; or Pleasant Recollections of a 

Dilettante, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Gilpin William, (A.M.) Observations on several parts of Cam- 
bridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex ; also on several 
parts of North Wales, chiefly relative to Picturesque 
Beauty, 8vo, Lond. 1809 



224 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Gilpin William, (A.M.) Remarks on Forest Scenery, and other 
Woodland Views, chiefly relative to Picturesque Beauty, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1794 

GuNN Rev. W., Cartonesia; or an Historical and Critical Ac- 
count of the Tapestries in the Palace of the Vatican, 8vo. 

Lond. 1831 

Harris James, Treatise concerning Music, Painting, and Poetry 

Miscellanies, vol. 1 

Hogarth George, Memoirs of the Musical Drama, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 

Musical History, Biography, and Criticism, being a 

general Survey of Music from the earliest period to the 
present time, 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Hogarth William, Original Engravings, with Ireland's Illustra- 
tions, 3 vols. imp. folio 

Jackson John, A Treatise on Wood Engraving, Historical and 
Practical, royal 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Jameson Mrs., Handbook to the Public Galleries of Art in 
and near London ; with Catalogues of the Pictures, &c. 
2 parts, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Part 1 National Gallery, Windsor Castle 

2 Hampton Court, Dulwich Gallery, Barry's Pictures, Soane's 
Museum 

JoRTiN John, (D.D.) Letter on the Music of the Ancients 

Tracts, vol. 2 
Landseer John, (F.S.A.) Lectures on the Art of Engraving, 
delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 8vo. 

Lond. 1807 
Lanzi a. L., History of Painting in Italy, from the period of 
the revival of the Fine Arts, to the end of the Eighteenth 
Century, translated by Thomas Roscoe, 6 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 
Lawrence R., Elgin Marbles, from the Parthenon at Athens, 
exemplified by Fifty Etchings, imp. 4to. Lond. 1818 
Memorandum on the present state of the Negociation respect- 
ing the purchase of the Elgin Marbles, Lond. 1816 

Donat. Pam. 32 

Menos Anth. Raphael, Works of, by Chev. d'Azara, translated 

from the Italian, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1796 



PINE ARTS. "225 

Musical Reminiscences, containing an account of the Italian 
Opera in England, from 1773; fourth edition, continued 
to the present time, and including the Festival in West- 
minster Abbey, by the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 

Observations on Metastasio, and on the present state of Music 
in France and Italy; translated from the French of L. 
A. C. Bombet Lives of Haydn, Sfc. 

Opie John, Lectures on Painting, deUvered at the Royal Aca- 
demy of Arts ; with a Memoir by Mrs. Opie, 4to. 

Lond. 1809 

Orleans Gallery, now exhibiting at the great rooms, late the 
Royal Academy, Pall Mall, 1793 Donat. Pam. 4to. 5 

Ottley Wm. Young, An Inquiry into the Origin and Early 
History of Engraving upon Copper and in Wood, with 
an account of Engravers and their Works, 2 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1816 

Painters, a Chronological List of, to the beginning of the last 
Century Reynolds' Works, vol. 3 

Painting, an Idea of the Perfection of, demonstrated; trans, 
from the French, by J. Evelyn, Esq. 1668 Misc. Writings 

Painting, History of; Ancient and Modern, interspersed with 
Anecdotes, 18mo. Lond. 1835 

Prout Samuel, Hints on Light and Shadow, Composition, &c., 
as applicable to Landscape Painting, large 4to. Lond. 1838 

Ramble among the Musicians of Germany, giving some account 
of the Operas of Munich, Dresden, Berlin, &c., small 
8vo. Lond. 1828 

Rembrandt, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Prints of; by an 
Amateur, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Reynolds Sir Jos., Discourses delivered at the Royal Academy 

Works, vols. 1, 2 

Rousseau J. J., Dictionnaire de Musique CEuvres, tom. 14, 15 

Ecrits sur la Musique (Euvres, tom. 13 

Scenery of the Rivers of Norfolk, comprising the Yare, the 
Waveney, and the Bure; from pictures painted by James 
Stark, with Historical and Geological Descriptions, by 
J. W. Robberds, Jun., Esq., 4to. Lond. 1834 

Sculptura ; or the History and Art of Chalcography and 
Engraving in Copper, 1662 Evelyn's Misc. Writings 

2 G 



226 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Strawberry Hill, Catalogue of the valuable Contents of, 4to. 

Lond. 1842 
Taylor Edward, (Gresham Professor of Music) Three Inaugural 

Lectures delivered in the Theatre of the City of London 

School, Jan. and Feb. 1838, Lond. 1838 Pamphlets, 7 
Testimonies of different Authors, respecting the Colossal Statue 

of Ceres, Camh. 1803 Donat. Pam. 98 

Titian, Notices of the Life and Works of, royal 8vo. Lond. 1829 
Vinci Leonardo da, Treatise on Painting, translated by Rigaud, 

8vo. Lond. 1802 

Waagen G. F., Works of Art and Artists in England, trans. 

by H. E. Lloyd, 3 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Walpole Hon. A., Anecdotes of Painting in England, with 

some account of the principal Artists, with considerable 

Additions, by Rev. J. Dallaway, 5 vols, royal 8vo. 

Lond. 1826—28 
Williams R. F., Historical Sketch of the Art of Sculpture in 

Wood, from the earliest period to the present time, 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 



SECTION IX. 
Recreative Arts: — Hunting, Shooting, 8^c. 

Blaine Delabere P., An Encyclopedia of Rural Sports; or a 
complete Account, Historical, Practical, and Descriptive, 
of Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Racing, and other Sports 
of the present day, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Chase, (The) the Turf, and the Road ; by Nimrod, 8vo. 

Lond. 1837 

Clayton Sir R., Treatise on Greyhounds Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

CoLQUHOUN John, The Moor and the Loch ; containing practical 
hints on Highland Sports, and notices of the habits of 
the different creatures of Game and Prey in the moun- 
tainous districts of Scotland, 8vo. Lond. 1841 



ARCHITECTURE, ETC. 227 

DiCTioNNAiRE de toutes les Esp^ces de Chasses, 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

DicTiONNAiRE de I'Art de I'fequitation, de TEscrime, de la 
Danse, et de I'Art de Nager, 4to. Ency. Method. 

DiCTioNNAiRE des Jeux ; — Dictionnaire des Jeux Mathema- 
tiques ; — Dictionnaire des Jeux Familiers, 1 torn. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

Field Book ; or Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom, 
8vo. Lond. 1833 

Hawker Lieut. Col. P., Instructions to Young Sportsmen, in all 
that relates to Guns and Shooting, Svo. Lond. 1825 

Hints on Horsemanship, by an Officer of the Household Bri- 
gade of Cavalry, 12mo. Lond. 1839 

HoFLAND T. C, The British Angler's Manual, or the Art of 
Angling in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, small 
Svo. Lond. 1841 

Lambert F. J., Treatise on Dancing Donat. Pam. 83 

Rod (The) and the Gun, being two Treatises on Angling and 
Shooting, by James Wilson, F.R.S.E., and by the 
Author of "The Oakleigh Shooting Code," small 8vo. 

Edinb. 1840 

ScROPE William, The Art of Deer- Stalking; illustrated by a 
Narrative of a few days sport in the Forest of Atholl, 
royal 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Walton Izaak, and Chas. Cotton, The Complete Angler ; with 

an Introductory Essay, &c. by J. Major., 8 vo. Lond. 1823 



SECTION X. 
Architecture: including Architectural Antiquities.^ 

Aberdeen Earl of, Inquiry into the Principles of Beauty in 
Grecian Architecture, small 8 vo. Lond. 1823 

* For Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain ; see Section Topogn^hy 
in Class History. 



228 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Britton John, Dictionary of the Architecture and Archaeology 
of the Middle Ages, 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Cammini (I) Liberati dal Fumo, Venezia, 1801 

Donat. Pam. 156 

Chambers Sir W., Treatise on the Decorative Part of Civil 
Architecture, edited by J. Gwilt, imp. 8vo. Lond. 1825 

CoTMAN John Sell, Architectural Antiquities of Normandy ; 
accompanied by Historical and Descriptive Notices by 
Dawson Turner, Esq., 2 vols, folio Lond. 1822 

Dallaway Rev. Jas., A Series of Discourses upon Architecture 
in England, from the Norman Era to the close of the 
reign of Queen Elizabeth, with an Appendix of Notes 
and Illustrations, and an Historical Account of Master 
and Free-Masons, royal 8vo. Lond. 1833 

DiCTioNNAiRE de I'Architecture, 3 torn. 4to. Ency. Method. 

DwELLiNG-HousEs, On the Means of Guarding, by their Con- 
struction against the accidents by Fire 

Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Elmes James, Letter to Thomas Hope, Esq. on the Insufficiency 
of the existing Establishments for Promoting the Fine 
Arts, towards that of Architecture and its Professors 

Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Epistles Dedicatory, prefixed to the translation of the " Parallel 
between Ancient and Modern Architecture," originally 
written in French, by Roland Freart Sieur de Chambray, 
1664 Evelyns Misc. Writings 

Evelyn John, Account of Architects and Architecture 

Misc. Writings 

Hakewill Jas., An Attempt to Determine the exact Character 
of Elizabethan Architecture, 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Hillary Sir W,, On the Improvement and Embellishment of 
the Metropolis Pamphleteer, vol. 24 

Hope Thomas, An Historical Essay on Architecture; with a Vol. 
of Plates, and an Analytical Index Lond. 1835 — 6 

Hunt T. F., Exemplars of Tudor Architecture, adapted to 
Modern Habitations, 4to. Lond. 1830 

Loudon J. C, Encyclopeedia of Cottage, Farm, and Villa 
Architecture and Furniture, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

MifeftoviR Prince des Su6ves, Le Palais de Scaurus, or Descrip- 
tion d'une Maison Romaine, Svo. Paris, 1822 



AGRICULTURE, RURAL ECONOMY, ETC. 229 

RiCKMAN T., An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of Archi- 
tecture in England, from the Conquest to the Reform- 
ation, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Sayers Frank, (M.D.) Hints on English Architecture 

Works, vol. 2 

SoANE John, Letter to the Earl Spencer, Lond. 1799 

Donat. Pam. 51 

ViTRUvius M. P., The Architecture of, translated by J. Gwilt, 
imp. Bvo. Lond. 1826 

Whewell Rev. W., Architectural Notes on German Churches; 
to wrhich is added, Notes written during an Architectural 
Tour in Picardy and Normandy, 8vo. Camb. 1835 

Willis R., (M.A.) Remarks on the Architecture of the Middle 
Ages, especially of Italy, 8vo. Cani6. 1835 



SECTION XL 



Agriculture, Rural Economy, Planting, and 
Gardening. 

Agricultural Reports : drawn up for the Consideration of the 
Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement, 57 vols. 
8vo. v. Y. 

ENGLAND 

Bedfordshire by Thomas Bachelor 

Berkshire Wm. Mavor, LL.D. 

Buckinghamshire Rev. St. John Priest 

Cambridgeshire Rev. W. Gooch, A. B. 

Cheshire Henry Holland 

. Cornwall G. B. Worgan 

Cumberland J. Bailey and G. Culley 

Derbyshire, 2 vols John Farey ; with an Account of the 

Minerals of Derbyshire 

Devonshire Charles Vancouver 

Dorsetshire Wm. Stevenson 

Durham John Bailey 



230 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Agricultural Reports : continued 

ENGLAND. 

Essex, 2 vols by Arthur Young 

Gloucestershire Thos. Rudge, B. D. 

Hampshire, including the Isle 

of Wight Charles Vancouver 

Herefordshire John Duncumb, A.M. 

Hertfordshire Arthur Young 

- Huntingdonshire R. Parkinson 

Kent .1...... John Boys 

Lancashire John Holt 

Lancashire R. W. Dickson and W, Stevenson 

Leicestershire Wm. Pitt 

Lincolnshire Arthur Young 

Middlesex John Middleton 

Monmouthshire Chas. Hassall 

Norfolk Arthur Young 

Norfolk Nathaniel Kent 

Northamptonshire Wm. Pitt 

Northumberland J. Bailey and G. CuUey 

Nottinghamshire Robert Lowe 

Oxfordshire Arthur Young 

Rutlandshire Richard Parkinson 

Shropshire Jos, Plymley 

Somersetshire John Billingsley 

Staffordshire Wm. Pitt 

Suffolk Arthur Young 

Surrey Wm. Stevenson 

Sussex , Arthur Young 

Warwickshire Adam Murray 

Westmoreland A. Pringle 

Wiltshire Thos. Davies 

Worcestershire W. Pitt 

Yorkshire, East Riding .... H. E. Strickland 

Yorkshire, North Riding .... John Tuke 

Yorkshire, West Riding .... Robert Brovrae 

CHANNEL ISLANDS. 

Jersey, Guernsey, and Sark by Thos. Quayle 
Isle of Man Thos. Quayle 

WALES. 

North Wales by Walter Davies, A. M. 

South Wales, 2 vols Walter Davies, A. M. 

SCOTLAND. 

Argyleshire by John Smith, D. D. 

Berwickshire .......< Robert Kerr, F, R. S. 



AGRICULTURE, RURAL ECONOMY, ETC. 231 

Agricultural Reports : continued 

SCOTLAND. 

Caithness by Capt. John Henderson 

Cromarty, see Ross 

Dumfries Dr. Singer 

Galloway Rev. Sam. Smith 

Inverness James Robertson, D. D. 

, Nairn and Moray Rev. Wm. Leslie 

Peebles Chas. Findlater 

Perthshire Jas. Robertson, D. D. 

Ross and Cromarty Sir George S. Mackenzie 

Hebrides, or Western Isles of 

Scotland James Macdonald 

Account of Britton Abbot's Cottage and Garden, Lond, 1806 

Donat. Pam. 151 

Account of the Improvements on the Estate of Sutherland, 
belonging to the Marquis and Marchioness of Stafford, 
Lond. 1815 Donat. Pam. 1 

Address to the Practical Farmers of Great Britain, recommend- 
ing an entire change of system in the mode of cultivating 
Tillage Land, Worcester, 1810 Donat. Pam. 66 

Banks Sir J., Account of the Cause of the Disease in Corn, 
called by Farmers the BHght, the Mildew, and the Rust 

Pamphleteer, vol. 6 

^ Remarks on the Mildew of Wheat, and the Choice of 

Seed Corn Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Bevan Edward, The Honey-Bee ; its Natural History, Physi- 
ology, and Management, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Browne Sir Thomas, (M.D.) Garden of Cyrus; or, the Quin- 
cuncial Lozenge, or Net- Work Plantations of the Ancients, 
Artificially, Naturally, Mystically considered 

Works, folio 

■ another copy, with Notes, &c. Works, 8vo. vol. 3 

Cadet-de-Vaux a. a., Traites divers d'Economie Rurale, 8vo. 

Paris, 1821 

Clarke Charles C, Adam the Gardener, 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Correspondence between the Editor of the Farmer's Journal 
and Sir Mordaunt Martin, on the Subjects of Mangel 
Wurzel, Cocksfoot Grass, &c. Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 73 



232 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Darwin Erasmus, (M.D.) Phytologia; or the Philosophy of 
Agriculture and Gardening ; with the Theory of Drain- 
ing Morasses, &c. 4to. Lond. 1800 

DiCTiONNAiRE de TAgriculture, 6 torn. 4to. Ency. Method. 

DiCTioNNAiRE de la Culture des Arbres et de TAmenagement 
des For^ts, 4to. Ency. Method. 

DiCTiONNAiRE de I'Art Aratoire et du Jardinage, 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

DiCTiONNAiRE des For^ts etBois; des Arbres et Arbustes, 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

Egremont John, Observations on the Mildew, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 75 

Evelyn John, Acetaria: a Discourse of Sallets Misc. Writings 

' Kalendarium Hortense ; or the Gardener's Almanack, 

1664 Misc. Writings 

' Silva ; or a Discourse on Forest Trees, and the Pro- 



pagation of Timber, &c. with Notes, by Alex. Hunter, 
M.D., 2 vols. 4to. York, 1812 

Forsyth W., Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit 
Trees, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Gardener's (The) Magazine and Register of Rural and Do- 
mestic Improvements, vols. 1 — 13, 8vo. Lond. 1828 — 37 

Grigor James, The Eastern Arboretum ; or Rural Register of 
all the Remarkable Trees, Seats, Gardens, &c. in the 
County of Norfolk, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Hall G. B., Letters on the Importance of encouraging the 
growth of Corn and Wool in the United Kingdom of 
Great Britain and Ireland, Lond. 1815 Donat. Pam. 20 

Hints for the Cultivation of the Peat-Bogs in Ireland, in a 
Letter to the Rev. T. Malthus Pamphleteer, vol. 9 

HoARE Clement, A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the 
Grape Vine on Open Walls, 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Horticultural Register, and General Magazine, by Jos. Paxton 
and Jos. Harrison, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832 — 4 

Horticultural Society of London, Charter and Bye-Laws of, 
Lond. 1820 , Donat. Pam. 102 

Knight Thomas Andrew, A Selection of the Physiological and 
Horticultural Papers, published in the Transactions of 
the Royal and Horticultural Societies, royal 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 



AGRICULTURE, RURAL ECONOMY, ETC. 233 

LiEBiG Justus, (M.D.) Organic Chemistry in its Application to 
Agriculture and Physiology ; edited by Lyon Playfair, 
Ph. D., 8vo. Lond. 1840 

LiNDLEY George, Guide to the Orchard and Kitchen Garden ; 
edited by John Lindley, Bvo. Lond. 1831 

LiNDLEY John, The Theory of Horticulture ; or an Attempt to 
Explain the Principal Operations of Gardening upon 
Physiological Principles, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

LiNGARD J., A Philosophic and Practical Inquiry into the 
Nature and Constitution of Timber Pamphleteer, \o\. 16 

Loudon J. C, Encyclopedia of Agriculture, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Encyclopedia of Gardening, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Loudon Mrs., Instructions in Gardening, to Ladies, 12mo. 

Lond. 1840 

Manures, Inquiry into the Nature and Properties of, Bath, 
1805 Donat. Pam. 154 

Marquis F. Jeune, Du The ; Nouveau Traite sur sa Culture, 
&c. 18mo. Paris, 1820 

Marshall, The Rural Economy of Norfolk, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1795 

Merino Sheep, Some Circumstances relative to, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

Practical Farmer; or Every Landlord his own Steward, by a 
Norfolk Farmer, 12mo. Lond. 1825 

Price Uvedale, Essays on the Picturesque, for the purpose of 
improving real Landscape, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1810 

Repton H., Observations on the Theory and Practice of Land- 
scape Gardening, 4to. Lond. 1803 

Letter to Uvedale Price, Esq., Lond. 1794 

Donat. Pam. 83 

Richardson W., Directions for the Cultivation of Fiorin Grass 
in the Island of Newfoundland, Newry, 1815 

Donat. Pam. 151 

— On Reclaiming and Improving the Waste Lands of 

the Highlands of Scotland, Lond. 1810 Donat. Pam. 47 
Prize Essay, for the Management of the Growth of 



Fiorin Grass, Dublin, 1811 Donat. Pam. 47 

RiGBY E., (M.D.) Suggestions for an Improved and Extended 
Cultivation of Mangel Wurzel, Norw. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 93 
2 n 



234 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

RiGBY E., (M.D.) Holkham, its Agriculture, &c. Norw. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 93 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 13 

Sebright Sir J. S., The Art of Improving the Breeds of Do- 
mestic Animals, Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam, 49 

Sheffield Earl of, Report to the Meeting at Lewes Wool Fair, 
1816 Donat. Pam. 155 

Sinclair Sir J., Account of the Systems of Husbandry, 
adopted in the more improved districts of Scotland, 
Edinb. 1809 Donat. Pam. 50 

Hints regarding the Agricultural State of the Nether- 
lands, compared with that of Great Britain, Lond. 1815 

Donat. Pam. 50 

Smith Wm., Observations on the Utility, Form, and Manage- 
ment of Water Meadows, and the Draining and Irrigating 
of Peat Bogs, 8vo. Norw. 1806 

SoMERviLLE Rt. Hon. Lord, Address to the Board of Agricul- 
ture, Nov. 27th, 1798 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Facts and Observations relative to Sheep, Wool, 

Ploughs, and Oxen, Lond. 1803 Donat. Pam. 51 

South EY Thomas, A Treatise on Sheep, addressed to the Flock 
Masters of Australia, Tasmania, and Southern Africa, 
showing the means by which the Wool of these Colonies 
may be improved, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Steuart Sir Henry, The Planter's Guide, or a Practical Essay 
on the best method of giving immediate effect to Wood, 
by the removal of Large Trees and Underwood, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1828 

Stratico Fr. Gio. Domenico Co., Opusculi Economico Agrari, 
Venezia, 1790 Donat. Pam. 64 

Western C. C, Remarks on the Improvement of Grass Land, 
Lond. 1824 Donat. Pam. 100 

Withers W., On the Planting and Rearing of Forest Trees, 
Holt, 1826 Donat Pam. 101 

Letter to Sir W. Scott, on his late Essay on Plant- 
ing, &c. Lond. 1828 Pamphlets, 3 

Workington Agricultural Society, Rules and Proceedings of 
the Anniversary of the; and its Reports for 1809 and 
1810 Donat. Pam. 57 



Art op war. 235 

SECTION XII. 

Art of fVar. 

UArm^e et la Patrie, ou Histoire Generale des Institutions 

Militaires de France, pendant la Revolution, tome 1, 

8vo. Paris, 1820 

BoTxiE M., Etudes Militaires, 2 torn. 12mo. Paris, 1750 

Coffin Admiral Sir I., Letters to, on the Inadequacy of Courts 

Martial in their present form to purposes of Justice 

Pamphleteer, vol. 16 
Correspondence between the Right Hon. the Lords Commis- 
sioners of the Admiralty, the Right Hon. the Earl St. 
Vincent, K.B., the Right Hon, Earl Spencer, K.G., and 
Vice- Admiral Sir J. Orde, Bart., Lond. 1802 

Donat. Pam. 73 
Davison A., Observations on the Third Report of the Commis- 
sioners of Military Enquiry, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 13 
Decker C, Art of Penwork, to Lay Down the Ground on Mi- 
htary Plans, 8vo. Lond. 1813 

Defence, in complete refutation of the charges preferred by 
Lieut. -Col. Joseph Rogers, Commandant of the West 
Mendip Regiment of Local Militia, against the Adjutant 
of that Corps, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 14 

DiCTiONNAiRE dc I'Art Militaire, 4 tom. 4to. Ency. Method. 
DiCTiONNAiRE dc TArtillerie, 4to. Ency. Method. 

Gardiner Mr., An Answer to a Pamphlet of Mr. James Poole, 
entitled " A Narrative, exposing a Variety of irregular 
Transactions in one of the Departments of Foreign Corps? 
during the late War," Lond. 1804 Donat. Pam. 18 

Hanger Col. Geo., Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Castlereagh, 
proving how 150,000 men, as well disciplined as any 
Regiment of the Line need be, may be acquired in the 
short space of two months, Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 20 

A Plan for the formation of a Corps, which never has 

been raised as yet in any Army in Europe, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 20 



236 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

HoGAN Major, An Appeal to the Public, and a Farewell Address 
to the Army, Load. 1808 Donat. Pam. 22 

Machiavelli Nic, Dell' arte della Guerra Opere, torn, 4 

Military Obedience, Argument on Pamphleteer, vol. 17 

Peking R., On the Preservation of the British Navy when in a 
State of Ordinary, Plymouth, 1813 Donat. Pam. 41 

Playfair John, On the Naval Tactics of the late John Clerk, 
Esq. of Eldin Works, vol. 3 

Proceedings in Parliament, Correspondence, and Orders of the 
Court of Directors, on the subject of Mr. Hippisley's 
Motions for Regulating the Payments to the King's and 
Company's Troops serving in India, Lond. 1791 

Donat. Pam. 44 

Proceedings of a General Court Martial held at the Horse- 
Guards, on the 24th and 27th of March, 1792, for the 
Trial of Capt. R. Powell, Lieut. C. Seton, and Lieut. 
J. Hall, of the 54th Regiment of Foot, Lond. 1809 

Donat. Pam. 44 
Queries on the Minutes of the Council of War, held at Gibral- 
tar, May 4, 1756, Lond. 1757 Donat. Pam. 45 
Report from the Commissioners appointed to Examine the 
Debts due to the Army, &c. Lond. 1713 Donat. Pam. 92 
Wellington, Field Marshal the Duke of, — His General Orders 
in Portugal, Spain, and France, from 1809 to 1814; and 
the Low Countries and France, 1815 ; compiled by Lieut. 
Col. Garwood, Svo. Lond. 1832 



SECTION XIII. 



Memoirs and Transactions of Philosophical Socie- 
ties, Encychpcedia^, Dictionaries and Magazines 
of Science and the Arts. 

Abstract of the Papers printed in the Philosophical Transac- 
tions of the Royal Society of London, from 1800 — 1830, 
2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1832 



PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETIES, ETC. 23^ 

AcAD^MiE Royale des Sciences, Histoire et M^moires de 1', 165 
torn, en 169, 4to. . " Paris, 1701—1809 

Regise Scientiaram Academise Historia, auctore J. B. du Hamel, 1701 
Histoire et M^moires de rAcad^mie depuis son etablissement en 1666, 
jusqu' a son renouvellement en 1669, 11 torn, en 14, 1730 — 33 
Tom. 1 & 2 Histoire 

8 & 4 Histoire Naturelle des Aniraaux, par Perrault 

5 Ouvrages diverses de Fren. de Bessy 

6 de M. De Roberval et M. Picart 

7 Voyages et Observations Astronomiques 

8 (Euvres diverses de M. Cassini 

9 de M. De la Hire 

10 M^raoires de Mathematique et de Physique, &c. 

1 1 Analyse General, par De Lagny 

Histoire et Memoires de I'Acad^mie, depuis 1699 jusqu'en 1700, 93 torn. 
1732—97 

Ouvrages faisant suite aux Memoires de I'Academie, 19 torn, en 16 
1702 Tables Astronomiques de la Hire, 2nd. Edit. 1 torn. 1727 
1718 De la Grandeur et de la Figure de la Terre, 1 tom. 1720 
1725 Elemens de la Geometric de I'infini, 1 tom. 1727 
1731 Trait6 de I'Aurore Boreale, par M. de Mairan, 2nd. Edit. 

1 tom. 1754 
1740 Elemens d'Astronomie, par M. Cassini, 1 tom. 1740 

Tables Astronomiques, par M. Cassini, 1 tom. 1740 

La M^ridienne de Paris, par M. Cassini de Thury ; avec des 

Observations d' Histoire Naturelle, par M. le Mounier, 1 tom. 
1744 
1744 La Figure de la Terre, determine e, &c., avec une relation du 
Voyage au Perou, par Bouguer et de la Condamine, 1 tom. 
1749 

Justification des Memoires de I'Academie de 1744, et du livre 

de la Figure de la Terre par Bouguer, 1752; — Lettre a 
M * * * dans laquelle on fait des Remarques sur le Sup- 
plement au Journal Historique au Voyage a I'Equateur de 
M. de la Condamine, par Bouguer, 1754, 1 tom. 

1751 Journal d'un Voyage a I'Equateur, par M. de la Condamine, 
1751; — Mesure des tirois premiers Degres du Meridien, par 
le meme, 1751, et Supplement 1752, 2 tom. 

1753 Voyage dans I'Am^rique Septentrionale, par Chabert, 1 tom. 
1753 

1768 Journal du Voyage de Courtanvaux, 1768, 1 tom. 

Traits de M^t^orologie, par le P. Cotte, 1774; avec le 

M^moire sur la M^teorologie public par le meme en 1775, 
1 tom. 

Memoires sur la M6t^orologie pour servir de Suite and de 

Sup. au Traite de Metdorologie public en 1774, 2 vols. 
1788 



238 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

AcAD^MiE Royale des Sciences: continued 

Table Alphab^tique des Matieres, 1666 — 1790, par Godin, Demours et 

Cotte, 10 torn. 1734—1809 
Nouvelle Table, 1666—1770, par Rozier, 4 torn. 1775 
M^moires de Mathematique et de Physique, present^s par divers Savans 

(Estrangers,) 11 torn. 1750—86 
Recueil de Pieces qui ont remporte le Prix, 9 torn, en 13, 1732 — 77 
Machines et Inventions approuves par I'Academie, 7 torn. 1733 — 7 

AcADiMiE Royale des Inscriptions et des Belles Lettres, Histoire 
et Memoires de 1', avec la Table Generale des Matieres, 
51 torn. 4to. Paris, 1736 

AsiATicK Researches; or Transactions of the Society instituted 
in Bengal for inquiring into the History, &c. of Asia, 
12 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1801—18 

Bath and West of England Society for the encouragement of 
Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce ; Rules, 
Orders, and Premiums of the, Bath, 1821 Donat. Pant. 3 

British Almanac and Companion, from the commencement in 
1828, 12mo. 

British Association for the Advancement of Science ; Reports 
of the Meetings of the, from their commencement in 
1831, 8vo. 

British Association for the Advancement of Science ; Litho- 
graphed Signatures of the Members who met at Cam- 
bridge, June 1833, 4to. 

British Museum, Synopsis of the Contents of the, Lond. 1822 

Donat. Pam. 69 

Crabb George, (A.M.) Universal Technological Dictionary ; or 
Familiar Explanation of the Terms used in all Arts and 
Sciences, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1823 

Deleuze M., History and Description of the Museum of 
Natural History, and Royal Garden, at Paris, translated 
by A. A. Royer, 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1823 

DiCTioNNAiRE dcs Scienccs Naturelles, 60 torn, avec 12 torn, 
de Planches, 8vo. Paris, 1816—30 

Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, from the commencement in 
1819, 8vo. 

Encyclopaedia Britannica; or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, 
and Miscellaneous Literature, sixth edition, 20 vols. 4to. 

Edinb. 1823 



PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETIES, ETC. 239 

Encyclopjedia Britannica; Supplement to, 6 vols. 4to. 

Edinb. 1815—24 

Encyclopaedia Britannica; seventh edition, edited by Professor 
Napier, 21 vols. 4to. Lond. 1842 

Encyclopedie Methodique, ou par ordre de matieres, par une 
societe de gens de lettres, de savans et d'Artistes, 184 torn. 
4to. Paris, 1782—1832 

Esprit de rEncyclopedie, ou Recueil des articles les plus curieux 
et les plus interessans de I'Encyclopedie, 15 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1822 

Gill Thomas, The Technical Repository, containing Practical 
Information on Discoveries and Improvements in the 
Useful Arts, vols. 4—6 Lond. 1823—4 

Geographical (Royal) Society of London, Journal of the, 
from the commencement in 1832, 8vo. 

Geological Society, Transactions of the, 6 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1811 

Geological Society, Transactions of the, New Series, from vol. 
1, 4to. Lond. 1824 

Herbelot M., Biblioth^que Orientale, ou Dictionnaire Universel, 
contenant tout ce qui regarde la connoissance des Peuples 
de rOrient; avec un Supplement, par MM. C. Visdelou 
et A. Galand, fol. Maestricht, 1776—80 

Horticultural Society of London, Transactions of the, vol. 7, 
part 1 , 4to. 

Jones Sir William, Anniversary Discourses, delivered at Meet- 
ings of the Asiatic Society in Calcutta Works, vol, 3 

Journal (Quarterly) of Science and the Arts, 29 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1816 — 30 

Journal (Quarterly) of Science and the Arts, Index to the first 
Twenty volumes, 8 vo. Lond. 1826 

Leybourn Thos., New Series of the Mathematical Repository, 
3 vols. Lond. 1806—14 

LiNNEAN Society of London, Charter and Bye-Laws of the, 
Lond. 1802 Donat. Pam. 4to. 6 

LiNNEAN Society, Transaction of the, vols. 1 — 17, 4to. 

Lond. 1791—1835 

Magazine of Natural History, and Journal of Zoology, Botany, 
Mineralogy, Geology, and Meteorology ; conducted by 
J. C. Loudon, from the commencement in 1829, 8vo. 



240 SCIENCES AND THE ARTS. 

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, Memoirs of, 

from the commencement in 1785, 8vo. 

Mechanic's Magazine, vols. 1 — 8, 8vo. Lond. 1823 — 8 

MiMoiRES de la Societe Linneenne de Paris, torn. 1, 1822, 8vo. 

Philosophical Magazine, conducted by Sir David Brewster, 

Rd. Taylor, F.S.A., and Rd. Phillips, from vol. 9, 1831, 

8vo. 

Philosophical Magazine, General Index to vols. 1 — 11, and 

vols. 1—12 New Series, 1827—38, 8vo. Lond. 1835—9 

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 

from 1824, 4to. 
Phrenological Society of Edinburgh, Transactions of the, 
8vo. Edinb. 1824 

Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, from the commence- 
ment in 1823 to 1829, 5 vols, and 2 nos. 8vo. 
Polytechnic Journal ; a Magazine of Art, Science, and General 

Literature, from January, 1842, 8vo. 
Royal Institution of Great Britain, Journal of the, Nos. 1 — 5, 
8vo. Lond. 1831 

Royal Institution, List of its Members in 1821 

Donat. Pam. 49 

Royal Society, Report of the Committee of Physics, including 

Meteorology, on the Objects of Scientific Inquiry in 

those Sciences, Lond. 1840 Donat. Pam. 107 

Saumarez Richard, Annual Oration to the Council and Fellows 

of the Medical Society of London, Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 49 

Scientific Memoirs, selected from the Transactions of Foreign 

Academies of Science and Learned Societies, and from 

Foreign Journals, edited by Richard Taylor, F.S.A., 

from vol. 1, 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Thomson Thomas, (M.D.) History of the Royal Society, 4to. 

Lond. 1812 

Voltaire, Dictionnaire Philosophique CEuvres, torn. 7 

Year-Book (The) of Facts in Science and Art, 1840—1842, 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1840 — 42 

Zoological Society of London, Transactions of the, from the 

commencement in 1835, royal 4to. 



CLASS THE FOURTH. 



33elUs iletms. 



SECTION I. 

Origin and Progress of Language and Letters — 
Arts of Writing and Printing. 

Ames Joseph, Typographical Antiquities; or the History of 
Printing in England, Scotland, and Ireland : containing 
Memoirs of our Ancient Printers, and a Register of the 
Books printed by them : augmented &c. by William 
Herbert and Rev. Thomas F. Dibdin, 4 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1810—19 

AsTLE Thomas, On the Origin and Progress of Writing, as well 
Hieroglyphic as Elementary; also some account of the 
Origin and Progress of Printing, 4to. Lond. 1803 

Essay on the Origin and Structure of the Hindoostanee Tongue, 
Lond. 1828 Donat. Pam. 105 

Fry Edmund, Pantographia ; containing Accurate Copies of all 
the known Alphabets in the World, royal 8vo. Lond. 1799 

MiDDLETON Conyers, (D.D.) Dissertation concerning the Ori- 
gin of Printing in England Works, vol. 3 

MoNBODDO Lord, On the Origin and Progress of Language, 
6 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1774—92 

Murray Alex., (D.D.) History of the European Languages, 
2 vols. Svo. Edinb. 1823 

2 I 



242 BELIiES LETTRES. 

Panzer Georgii W., Annales Typographici, ab Artis Inventse 
Origine ad annum 1500, post Maittairii, Denisii, aliorum- 
que doctissimorum curas in ordinem redacti, emendati, et 
aucti, 11 torn. 4to. Norim. 1793 

Pegge Sam., Anecdotes of the English Language: chiefly re- 
garding the Local Dialect of London and its Environs, 
8vo. Lond. 1803 

Smith Adam, (LL.D.) Considerations concerning the Forma- 
tion of Languages Works, vol. 5 

Stoweh C, Typographical Marks, employed in Correcting 
Proofs, Explained and Exemplified, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 53 

Wall Charles William, (D.D.) An Examination of the Ancient 
Orthography of the Jews, and of the Original State of 
the Text of the Hebrew Bible, royal 8vo. Lond. 1835—41 

Vol. 1 An Inquiry into the Origin of Alphabetic Writing; with an 
Essay on Egyptian Hieroglyphics 
2 & 3 On the Propagation of Alphabets and other Phonetic Sys- 
tems throughout Eastern Asia : and on the vast inferiority 
of Ideagraphic Writing, as displayed in its effects upon 
Human Learning 



SECTION II. 
Literary History and Bibliography. 

Barante, De la Litt^rature Fran^aise pendant le Dix-huiti^me 
Si^cle, 18mo. Paris, 1822 

Barker E. H., The Claims of Sir Philip Francis to the Author- 
ship of Junius Disproved, Lond. 1827 Donat. Pam. 66 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Bent's Monthly Literary Advertiser, from June 1820 to 1837, 
6 vols. 4to. 

BiBLiOTHECA Parriana : Catalogue of the Library of the late 
Rev. Samuel Parr, LL.D., 8vo. Lond. 1827 

BiBLioTHECA Pinclliana ; a Catalogue of the Library of Maffei 
Pinelli, late of Venice, 8vo. Lond. 1789 



LITERARY HISTORY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY. 243 

BouTERWEK Fred., History of Spanish and Portuguese Litera- 
ture, translated by T. Ross, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Brunet J. C, Manuel du Libraire, 4 vols. Bvo. Paris, 1820 

Butler Charles, The Inaugural Oration spoken on the 4th of 
November, 1815, at the Ceremony of Laying the First 
Stone of the London Institution, for the Diffusion of 
Science and Literature, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 6 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 7 

Catalogue of the Library of the Athenaeum, in Liverpool, 
Liverpool, 1802 Donat. Pam. 70 

another copy, by Geo. Burrell, 8vo. Liverpool, 1820 

Catalogue of the Library of the College of St. Margaret and 
St. Bernard, commonly called Queen's College, in the 
University of Cambridge, Methodically arranged by T. 
Hartwell Home, 2 vols, royal 8vo. Camb. 1827 

Catalogue of the Library of the Literary and Philosophical 
Society of Newcastle, 8vo. Newcastle, 1819 

Catalogue of the Library of the Edinburgh Medical Society, 
8vo. Edinb. 1820 

Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Institution, second edi- 
tion, by W. Harris, 8vo. Lond. 1821 

Catalogue of the Library of the Surrey Institution, 1812, 
8vo. 

Catalogue of the Subscription Library at Kingston upon Hull, 
8vo. Liverpool, 1822 

Catalogue of the Bristol Library, 8vo. Bristol, 1814 

Catalogue of the Printed Books and Manuscripts in the Library 
of the Society of Antiquaries of London, 4to. 

With Index to Archceologia 

Catalogue of the Books in the Library of the City of Norwich, 
in the year 1706 Donat. Pam. 168 

Catalogues of the Norwich Public Library, 1784, 1787 

Donat. Pam. 70 

Catalogue of the Books belonging to the Norwich Public 
Library, 8vo. Norwich, 1817 

Catalogue of the Books belonging to the Norwich Public 
Library and to the City Library, Norwich, 1825. — First 
Appendix to ditto, 8vo. Norwich, 1826 

Catalogue of the Books of the Norwich Penny Library, Lond. 
1823 Donat. Pam. 160 



244 BELLES LETTRES. 

Catalogue of the Library belonging to the Dean and Chapter 
of Norwich, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Catalogue of the Books belonging to the Nottingham Sub- 
scription Library, Svo. Nottingham, 1819 

Catalogue of the Suffolk Public Library, Bury, 1792 

Donat. Pam. 70 

Catalogus Librorum in Bibliothec^ Aulse Divae Catharinse Can- 
tabrigiae, 4to. Cant. 1771 

Collier J. P., History of English Dramatic Poetry to the time 
of Shakespeare ; and Annals of the Stage to the Restor- 
ation, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

Cradock Jos., Literary and Miscellaneous Memoirs, 4 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1828 

DiBDiN Rev. Thomas Frognall, (D.D.) Bibliographical, Anti- 
quarian, and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 

Bibliographical, Antiquarian, and Picturesque Tour 

in the Northern Counties of England, and in Scotland, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838, 

Introduction to the Knowledge of rare and valuable 

editions of the Greek and Latin Classics ; Account of 
Polyglot Bibles, &c., 2 vols, small Svo. Lond. 1808 

The Library Companion ; or the Young Man's Guide 



and the Old Man's Comfort in the Choice of a Library, 

2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1824 

Directions for a Proper Choice of Authors to form a Library, 

Lond. 1766 Donat. Pam. 74 

Dunlop John, History of Roman Literature, from its earliest 

period to the Augustan Age, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1824—28 
GiMOUENi p. L., Histoire Litt^raire d'ltalie, 9 torn. Svo. 

Paris, 1811 

continu^e par F. Salfi, torn. 10, Svo. Paris, 1823 

Goldsmith Oliver, An Inquiry into the present state of Polite 

Learning Misc. If orAs, vol. 1 

Grimm Baron de, et Diderot, Correspondance Litteraire, Philo- 

sophique et Critique, adressee a un souverain d'Alleraagne, 

depuis 1753 jusqu'en 1769, 16 tom. Svo. Paris, 1813 
Supplement k la Correspondance Litteraire de M. M. 

Grimm et Diderot, Svo. Paris, 1814 



LITERARY HISTORY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY. 245 

Hallam Henry, Introduction to the Literature of Europe in 
the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1837—9 
Harpe J. F. de la, Lycee, ou Cours de Litterature Ancienne et 
Moderne, 16 torn. Svo. Paris, 18-21—2 

Tom. 1 & 2 Anciens — Po^sie 

3 Eloquence 

4 Histoire, Philosophic, et Litterature Mel^e 

5 — 7 Siecle de Louis XIV — Poesie 
8 — 13 Dix-Huiti^me Sificle — Poesie 

14 Eloquence, Histoire, et Litterature 

Melee 
15, 16 Philosophie du XVIIIe Siecle 

HoRNE Thomas Hartwell, Manual of Biblical Bibliography, 
comprising a Catalogue, Methodically Arranged, of the 
Principal Editions and Versions of the Holy Scriptures, 
&c., Svo. Lond. 1839 

Jenkins Tommaso, Catalogo di Monumenti Scritti del Museo 
del Signor, Roma, 1787 Donat. Pam. 4to. 2 

Junius, A Critical Enquiry regarding the real author of the Let- 
ters of; proving them to have been written by Lord 
Viscount Sackville ; by George Coventry, 8vo. 

Lond. 1825 

Lawrence James, Dramatic Emancipation Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Law and Regulations 
of, Leeds, 1823 Donat. Pam. 83 

Librarian (The) ; by James Savage, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1808—9 

Literary and Philosophical Society of Hackney, Regulation 
of the, Lond. 1811 * Donat. Pam. 31 

London Institution for the Advancement of Literature and Dif- 
fusion of Useful Knowledge, Charter and Bye-Laws of, 
Lond. 1819 Donat. Pam. 164 

Lowndes William Thomas, The Bibliographer's Manual of 
Enghsh Literature, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 

MiDDLETON Conyers, (S.T.P.) Bibliothecse Cantabrigiensis or- 
dinandee methodus qusedam ; quam Domino Procancel- 
lario Senatuique Academico considerandam et perficien- 
dam officii et pietatis ergo proponit Works, vol. 3 

Nottingham Subscription Library, Laws for the Regulation of, 
1816 Donat. Pam, 102 



246 BELLES LETTRE8. 

Orme William, Bibliotheca Biblica; a Select List of Books on 

Sacred Literature ; with Notices, Biographical, Critical, 

and Bibliographical, 8vo. Edinb, 18'24 

Publisher's (The) Circular, from the commencement in Oct. 

1837, 8vo. 
Report of the Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of 

the Subscribers to the Oriental Translation Fund, Lond. 

1830 Donat. Pam. 4to. 6 

Roscoe W., On the Origin and Vicissitudes of Literature, 

Science, and Art, and their influence on the Present 

State of Society Pamphleteer, vol. 11 

Schlegel F., Lectures on the History of Literature, Ancient 

and Modern, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1818 

SiSMONDi J. C. L. Sismonde de, De la Litterature du Midi de 

I'Europe, 4 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1819 
Historical View of the Literature of the South of 

Europe, translated, with Original Notes, by Thomas 

Roscoe, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 — 24 

Sitting of the Committee on the Proposed Monument to 

Shakspeare Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Society for the Management and Distribution of the Literary 

Fund, its Origin, Progress, &c., Lond. 1822 

Donat. Pam. 51 
Spence Rev. Joseph, Anecdotes, Observations, and Characters, 

of Books and Men, 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Stabl Madame de, De la Litterature CEuvres, tom. 4 

De la Allemagne CEuvres, tom. 10, 11 

Taylor Isaac, History of the Transmission of Ancient Books 

to Modern Times, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Temple Sir W., Essay upon Ancient and Modern Learning 

Works, vol. 3 
TiRABOSciii Girolamo, Storia della Letteratura Italiana, 9 tom. 

in 20 parts, 8vo. Firenze, 1805 — 13 

Watt Robert, (M.D.) Bibliotheca Britannica; or a General 

Index to British and Foreign Literature, 4 vols. 4to. 

Edinb. 1824 
Wordsworth Rev. C, "Who wrote EIKftN BA2IAIKH?" 

Considered and Answered, in two Letters addressed to 

his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 



LITERARY JOURNALS, MAGAZINES, ETC. 247 

Yelloly J., (M.D.) Explanations relative to a proposed plan 
for promoting a Collection of Books in aid of the Nor- 
wich Public Library, Norwich, 1820 Donat. Pam. 101 



SECTION III. 
Literary Journals, Magazines, Reviews, 8^c. 

Ainsworth's Magazine : a Monthly Miscellany of Romance, 
General Literature, and Art, edited by Wilham Harrison 
Ainsworth, from its commencement in 1842, 8vo. 

Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign 
India, China, and Australia, from Vol. 4, 1831, new 
series, 8vo. 

Athen^um, (The) London Literary and Critical Journal, from 
its commencement in 1828, 4to. 

Bentley's Miscellany, from Vol. 7, 1840, 8vo. 

BiBLiOTECA Italiana osia Giornale di Letteratura Scienze ed Arti, 
Marzo— Ottobre 1821, Gennajo 1823— Novembre 1825, 
43 Nos. 8vo. Milano 

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, from Vol. 17, 182.5, 8vo. 

Boston Magazine, for April 1785 Donat. Pam. 68 

British Critic, Quarterly Theological Review, and Ecclesiastical 
Record, from the commencement in 1827, 8vo. 

British Magazine, from Vol. 7, 1835, 8vo. 

British Miscellany, for Jan. 1799 Donat. Pam. 69 

Cambridge Quarterly Review and Academical Register, No. 1 , 
8vo. Lond. 1824 

Cambridge University Calendar, from 1824, 12mo. 

Christian Observer, from Vol. 23, 1823, 8vo. 

Christian Remembrancer, Vols. 6 to 13 and 16, 9 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1824—34 

Classical Journal, 40 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1810 — 29 



248 bell.es lettrbs. 

Clerc John le, Bibliotheque Universelle et Historique, 26 torn. 

24mo. Amst. 1700 

Colonial Magazine and Commercial-Maritime Journal, edited 

by Robert Montgomery Martin, Esq. from its commence- 
ment in 1840, 8vo. 
Congregational Magazine, from Vol. 18, 1835, 8vo. 
Dublin University Magazine, from Vol. 7, 1836, 8vo. 
East-India Register and Directory, for 1840 and 1841, com- 
piled by F. Clark, 12mo. Lond. 1840—1 
Eclectic Review, from July, 1823, 8vo. 
Edinburgh Literary Journal, for 1829, royal 8vo 
Edinburgh Review, from the commencement in 1802, 8vo. 
Edinburgh Review, General Index to the first twenty Volumes, 

(1802—12) 8vo. Edinb. 1813 

Edinburgh Review, General Index from Volume 21 to 50, 

(1813— 30)8vo. Edinb. 1832 

Foreign Literary Gazette, Jan. 6, to March 31, 1830, (all 

published") 4to. 
Foreign Quarterly Review, from the commencement in 1 827, 8vo. 
Eraser's Magazine for Town and Country, from Vol. 7, 1833, 

8vo. 
Gentleman's Magazine, from the commencement in 1731, Svo. 
Gentleman's Magazine, General Index to the first fifty-six 

Volumes, (1731 — 86) by Rev. Samuel Ayscough, 2 vols. 

Svo. Lond. 1789 

Gentleman's Magazine, General Index from 1787 to 1818, by 

John Nichols, F.S.A., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 

Gorleston and Southtown Magazine, 8vo. Yarmouth, 1831 
Herald of Peace, for the years 1823 — 7 Donat. Pam. 79 

Inquirer, (The) 2 vols, in 1, 8vo. Lond. 1822—3 

Inspector, (The) Literary Magazine and Review, Nos. 9, 10, 1 1 , 

Svo. Lond. 1827 

Journal des Savans, 5 torn. Paris, 1821 — 5 

Literary Gazette, and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, 

&c., from 1819, 4to. 
London Magazine, March, 1742 Donat. Pam. 84 

London Magazine, from the commencement in 1820 to 1825, 

13 vols. 8vo. 
Metropolitan Magazine, from Vol. 6, 1833, 8vo. 
Metropolitan Quarterly Magazine, No. 1, Svo. Lond. 1825 



LITERARY JOURNALS, IkfAGAZINES, ETC. 249 

Monthly Censor, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 — 3 

Monthly Magazine, from the commencement in 1796 to 1827, 

64 vols. 8vo. 
Monthly Review, from the commencement in 1749 to 1833, 

213 vols. 8vo. 
Monthly Review, General Index to the first seventy volumes, 

by Rev. S. Ayscough, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1786 

National Magazine and Dublin Literary Gazette, 2 vols, in 1, 

8vo. Dublin, 1831 

Naval and Military Magazine, No. 1, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

New Monthly Magazine, from the commencement in 1821, 8vo. 
Nic-Nac, or Oracle of Knowledge, for April, 1823 

Donat. Pant. 86 
North American Review, from Vol. 20, 1825, 8vo. 
Norwich (The) Magazine, 1835, 8vo, Norwich, 1835 

Oriental Herald, and Journal of General Literature, 8 vols. 

8vo. Land. 1828—9 

Oriental Quarterly Review, Vol. 1, 8vo. Lond, 1830 

Oxford University Calendar, from 1824, 12mo. 
Quarterly Review, from the commencement in 1809, 8vo. 
Quarterly Review, General Index to the, 3 vols. 8vo. 
Quarterly Theological Review and Ecclesiastical Record, 

4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825—6 

Retrospective Review, from the commencement in 1820 to 

1826, 13 vols. 8vo. 
Retrospective Review, second series, 1827, 2 vols. 8vo. 
Revue des deux Mondes, from Jan. 1842, royal 8vo. 
Revue Encyclopedique, ou Analyse Raisonnee des Productions 

les plus remarquables dans la Politique, les Sciences, ITn- 

dustrie, et les Beaux- Arts, pour 1818 — 34, 48 tom. 8vo. 
Swift Jonathan, The Examiner Works, vol. 8 

Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, from Jan. 1833, 8vo. 
Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United 

Kingdom, vol. 1, part 1, 4to. Lond. 1827 

United Service Journal, and Naval and Military Magazine, 

from Jan. 1833, 8vo. 
Westminster Review, from the commencement in 1824 to 

1836, 25 vols. 8vo. 



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SECTION IV. 

Philology, Criticism, Rhetoric, and Grammar. 

Addison Rt. Hon. Jos., Essay on Virgil's Georgics 

Works, vol. 1 

Bentley Richard, Dissertation on the Epistles of Phalaris ; 
with an answer to the objections of the Hon. Charles 
Boyle, 8vo. Lond. 1816 

BoiLEAU Despreaux Nich., Reflexions Critiques sur Longin et 
Traduction du Trait^ du Sublime par Longin 

(Euvres, torn. 2 

Bossu R. P. le, Traite du Poeme Epique, 12mo. Have, 1714 

Bossuet J. B., Maximes et Reflexions sur la Comedie 

(Euvres, torn. 37 

Bowles Thomas, (D.D.) Aristarchus: or a Compendious and 
Rational Institution of the Latin Tongue ; with a Critical 
Dissertation on the Roman Classics, Svo. Oxf. 1748 

Bowles Rev. W. L., Letters to Mr. T. Campbell, as far as 
regards Poetical Criticism Pamphleteer, vol. 20 

Two Letters to the Rt. Hon. Lord Byron, in answer 

to his Lordship's Letter, on the Strictures on the Life and 
Writings of Pope Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

Reply to the Charges brought by the Reviewer of 



Spence's Anecdotes, in the Quarterly Review for Oct. 

1820, against the last Editor of Pope's Works 

Pamphleteer, vol. 17 
British Metre, and its Derivatives Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Brydges Sir Egerton, Bart., Letters on the Character and 

Poetical Genius of Lord Byron, small Svo. Lond. 1824 
Buckingham J. S., Opinions of Reviewers on his Travels in 

Mesopotamia Donat. Pam. 69 

BuNN Alfred, The Stage : both before and behind the Curtain, 

from •* Observations taken on the spot," 3 vols. 12mo, 

Lond. 1840 



PHILOLOGY, CRITICISM, ETC. 251 

Butler Rev. S., Letter of the Rev. C. J. Blomfield, A.B., 
containing Remarks on the Edinburgh Review of the 
Cambridge iEschylus, Shrewsbury , 1810 Donat. Pam. 6 

Byron Right Hon. Lord, Letter to, protesting against the 
Immolation of Gray, Cowper, and Campbell, at the 
shrine of Pope Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

Campbell George, (D.D.) Philosophy of Rhetoric, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1816 

Campbell H. Y., Ossiana, or Fingal ascertained and traced in 
Ulster Pamphleteer, vol. 15 

Carlyle Thomas, Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, 5 vols, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Channing W. E., (D.D.) Analysis of the Character of Napoleon 
Bonaparte, suggested by the pubhcation of Scott's Life 
of Napoleon Works 

Remarks on the Character and Writings of John 

Milton, occasioned by the publication of his lately dis- 
covered " Treatise on Christian Doctrine" Works 

Coleridge H. N., Introduction to the Study of the Greek 
Classic Poets, part 1, 12mo. Lond. 1830 

David Julius, The Modern Greek Grammar, translated from 
the French, by Rev. G. Winnock, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Dawes Rich., Miscellanea Critica, ex. rec. Thomse Kidd, A.M., 
8vo. Lond. 1827 

De Latinarum Literarum pronunciatione Dissertatio 

Middleton's Works, vol. 2 

Delpla a., French Drama: or a Discussion on the following 
Question ; Which are the best means of making Theatres 
vie with each other in promoting the Perfection of Taste 
and the Improvement of Morals? Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

DiCTioNNAiRE de la Grammaire et de la Litterature, 3 torn. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

DoBREE p. p.. Adversaria, edente Jacobo Scholefield, 2 torn. 
8vo. :,snJ ■ Cant. 1831—3 

Drake Nathan, (M.D.) Memorials of Shakspeare; or Sketches 
of his Character and Genius, by various Writers ; with 
Essays and Notes, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Shakspeare and his Times; including the Biography 

of the Poet; Criticisms on his Genius and Writings, 
&c., 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1817 



252 BELLES LETTRES. 

Dryden John, Essay on Dramatic Poesy Works, vol. 5 

DuNLOP John, History of Fiction ; being a Critical Account of 

the most celebrated Prose Works of Fiction, 3 vols. 

12mo. Edinb. 1816 

Edgeworth R. L. and Miss, Essay on Irish Bulls, 12mo. 

Lond. 1823 
Foreign Quarterly Review, Rejoinder of the Proprietors of 

the, to the " Reply of the Foreign Review" 

Donat. Pam. 77 
FoscoLO Ugo, Essays on Petrarch, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Gilchrist O., Observations on the Poetical Character of Pope 

Pamphleteer, vols. 17, 18 
Grammar of the Tahitian Dialect of the Polynesian Language, 

Tahiti, 1823;— Plan of the South Sea Academy for 

Educating the Children of Missionaries, 12mo. 

Tahiti, 1824 
Hall Rev. Robert, Reviews of several works reprinted from the 

Eclectic Review, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

another copy Works, vol. 4 

Harris James, Hermes ; or a Philosophical Inquiry concerning 

Universal Grammar Miscellanies, vol. 2 

Philological Inquiries Miscellanies, vols 4, 5 

Hints for Certain Reviewers, by one who has never been 

Reviewed, Lond. 1807 Donat. Pam. 21 

Ingram Rev. J., (D.D.) Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Lan- 
guage Saxon Chronicle 
Jacobs F., Additamenta Animadversionum in Athensei Deipno- 

sophistas, 8vo. Jence, 1809 

Johnson Samuel, (LL.D.) Philological Tracts Works, vol. 2 
-— ^ Dissertation upon the Greek Comedy, translated from 

Brumoy Works, vol. 3 
Review of a Free Enquiry into the Nature and Origin 

of Evil Works, vol. 8 

Jones John, Explanation of the Greek Article, 12mo. Lond. 1827 
JoNSON Ben, English Grammar Works, vol. 9 

JoRTiN John, (D.D.) Miscellaneous Observations upon Authors, 

Ancient and Modern, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1731 
Critical Remarks on Greek, Latin, and Modern 

Authors Tracts, vol. 2 
Remarks on Spencer Tracts, vol. I 



PHILOLOGY, CRITICISM, ETC. 253 

JoRTiN John, (D.D.) Remarks on Milton Tracts, vol. 1 

Tracts, Philological, Critical, and Miscellaneous, 2 

vols. 8vo. Lond. 1790 

Kames Henry Home Lord, Elements of Criticism, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1817 

Lee Rev. S., Grammar of the Hebrew Language, in a series of 
Lectures, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Lettere Critico-Apologetiche per servire di Commentario all' 
articolo che tratta della Letteratura Italiana, dell' Opera 
di Madama di Stael, Firenze, 1806 Donat. Pam. 64 

Letters of Decius, in answer to the Criticism upon the Political 
Account of Trinidad, &c., Lond. 1808 Donat. Pam. 27 

Marshman Joshua, (D.D.) Elements of Chinese Grammar, 
with a Preliminary Dissertation on the Characters and 
Colloquial Medium of the Chinese, 4to. Serampore, 1814 

Matthi^e a., Greek Grammar, translated from the German, by 
E. V. Blomfield, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Maury I'Abb^, Essai sur I'Eloquence de la Chaire, 2 tom. 

Paris, 1810 

Milton John, Accedence commenced Grammar 

Prose Works, vol. 2 

Mitchell J., A Grammatical Parallel of the Ancient and 
Modern Greek Languages, 12mo. Lond. 1824 

Montgomery James, Lectures on Poetry and General Litera- 
ture, delivered at the Royal Institution in 1830 and 1831, 
12mo. Lond. 1833 

Observations on several Authors and Books in the Foreign 
Languages Pamphleteer, vol. 2 

Parr Samuel, (LL.D.) Warburtonian Tracts Works, vol. 3 

PoRsoN Richard, Tracts and Miscellaneous Criticisms, collected 
and arranged by Rev. T. Kidd, 8vo. Lond. 1815 

A Vindication of the Literary Character of, from the 

Animadversions of the Right Rev. Thomas Burgess, by 
Crito Cantabrigiensis, 8vo. Camb. 1827 

Raffles Hon. T. S., Discourse delivered to the Literary and 
Scientific Society at Java, 1815 Pamphleteer, vol. 8 

Remarks addressed to J. B. Trotter, Esq., on the Scandalous 
Attack made upon the Character of the Right Hon. W. 
Pitt, in his " Memoirs of the latter years of the Right 
Hon. C. J. Fox," Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 46 



^54 BELLES LETTRES. 

RouiLLON M. de, Complete Analytical Table of the Gender of 

all French Nouns, Fakenham, 1813 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

Rousseau J. J., Lettre a M. d'Alembert (Euvres, torn. 11 

Letters on the Confessions of, by M. Ginguene, Lond. 

1792 Donat. Pam. 162 

Lettres sur les Ecrits et le Caract^re de, par Madame 



de Stael (Euvres, torn. 1 

Selden J., Notes on Drayton's Polyolbion Opera, tom. 6 

Smith Rev. Sydney, Articles originally published in the " Edin- 
burgh Review" Works, vols. 1, 2, 4 

Stackhouse T., Home Tooke Reviewed, or an Explanation of 
the Particles " Of" and " For," Lond. 1813 

Donat. Pam. 97 

STAeL-HoLSTEiN Madame de, Lettres sur les Merits et le Carac- 
t^re de J. J. Rousseau, Paris, 1814 Donat. Pam. 97 

Notice sur le Caract^re et les Merits de Madame de 

(Euvres, tom. 1 

Swift Dr. Jonathan, Essay upon his Life, Writings, and Cha- 
racter, by Deane Swift, 8vo. Lond. 1755 

Remarks on his Life and Writings, by John Earl of 

Orrery, 8vo. Lond. 1752 

Talfourd T. N., Attempt to estimate the Poetical Talent of 
the Present Age Pamphleteer, vol. 5 

Taylor John Edward, Michael Angelo, considered as a Philoso- 
phic Poet. With Translations, 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Taylor Wm., English Synonyms discriminated, 12mo. 

Lond. 1813 

Historic Survey of German Poetry, interspersed with 

various translations, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

TooKE J. H., Diversions of Purley, 2 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1798—1805 

TwEDDELL Joannis, Prolusiones Juveniles. Prcemiis Academicis 
Dignatee Remains 

Tytler Alex. F., Essay on the Principles of Translation, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1813 

Vindication of Mr. Pope's Essay on Man Donat. Pam. 167 

Voltaire, Commentaires sur Corneille (Euvres, tom. 8, partie 2 

VoRTiGERN and Rowena, Passages selected by Distinguished 
Personages, on the great Literary Trial of, Lond. 1 795 

Donat. Pam. 167 



DICTIONARIES AND LEXICONS. 255 

Warton Joseph, (D.D.) Essay on the Genius and Writings of 
Pope, 8vo. Lond. 1806 

Warton Thomas, (B,D.) History of English Poetry, from the 
close of the Eleventh Century to the commencement of 
the Eighteenth Century, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1774 

Watts Isaac, (D.D.) Art of Reading and Writing English 

Works, vol. 4 

Whately Richard, (D.D.) Elements of Rhetoric, 8vo. 

Oxf, 1828 

Whately Thomas, Remarks on some of the Characters of 
Shakspeare; Edited by Abp. Whately, I'imo. 

Lond. 1839 

Wood Robert, Essay on the original Genius and Writings of 
Homer ; with a Comparative View of the ancient and 
present State of the Troade, 4to. Lond. 1775 



SECTION V. 
Dictionaries and Lexicons. 

AiNswoRTH R., Latin Dictionary, Improved and Enlarged by 
Dr. Thomas Morell, and Edited by John Carey, LL.D. 
1 vol. in 2, 4to. Lond. 1823 

Alberti Fran9ois de Villeneuve, Grand Dictionnaire Fran^ais- 
Italien, 2 tom. 4to. Bassano, 1811 

Bailey-Fahrenkruger's Worterbuch der Enghschen Sprache, 
(English and German Dictionary,) 2 vols. 8vo. 

:..:iu-i .ovTi-f>h Jene, 1822 

BoswoRTH Rev. J., Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language: 
with a Preface, on the Origin and Connexion of the 
Germanic Tongues, a Map of Languages, and the Es- 
sentials of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Boucher Rev. J., Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, 
parts 1 and 2, 4to. Lond. 1832 



256 BELLES LETTRES. 

BoYER, French and English Dictionary, 4to. Lond. 1816 

BuxTORFii, Thesaurus Grammaticus Linguae sanctee Hebrseae, 
12mo. Basil. 1620 

Dawson Benjamin, Philologia Anglicana; or a Philological and 
Synonymical Dictionary of the English Language, parts 
1 — 5 Ipswich, 1806 

DiCTiONNAiRE de TAcademie Fran9oise, 2 torn. 4to. 

Paris, 1814 

Du Cange C. Du Fresne, Glossarium ad Scriptores Mediae et 
Infimae Latinitatis, et Supplementum D. P. Carpentieri, 
10 torn, folio Paris, 1733— 66 

Facciolati Jac, Lexicon totius Latinitatis, cur^ Forcellini, cum 
Appendice, 4 tom. folio Patavii, 1805 

FoRBY Rev, R., Vocabulary of East Anglia, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1830 

Hederici B,, Lexicon Gr. et Lat k Morell, 4to. Lond. 1803 

HiCKES George, Linguarum Veterum Septentrionalium Thesau- 
rus, 2 tom. folio Oxon. 1705 

Johnson Dr. S., Dictionary of the English Language, with 
Additions, by the Rev. H, J. Todd ; and a Supplement, 
by the Rev. J. Seager, 5 vols. 4to. Lond. 1818 — 9 

Lye E., Dictionnarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latinum, edidit 
Owen Manning, 2 tom. folio Lond. 1772 

Moor Edward, Suffolk Words and Phrases, or an attempt to 
collect the Singular Localisms of that County, 12mo. 

Woodbridge, 1823 

Morell T., Lexicon Graeco-Prosodiacum, cura Edvardi Maltby, 
4to. Cant. 1815 

Nares Robt., (B.D.) Glossary; or Collection of Words, Phrases, 
Names, and Allusions to Customs, Proverbs, &c., which 
have been thought to require Illustration in the Works of 
English Authors, 4to. Lond. 1822 

NizoLii Marii, Lexicon Ciceronianum ex recensione Alexandri 
Scoti. Accedunt Phrases et Formulae Linguae Latinae 
ex commentariis Stephani Doleti. Juxta Editionem Ja- 
cobi Facciolati, 3 tom. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Richardson John, Persian, Arabic, and Enghsh Dictionary, by 
Wilkins, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1806 

Simonis Joann., Lexicon Hebraicum et Chaldaicum, ab Eich- 
horn, 2 tom. 8vo. Halcp, 1793 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. 25? 

SoMNER W., Dictionarium Saxonico-Latino-AngHcum cum 
Grammaticd et Glossario Aelfrici, folio Oxon. 1659 

SoMNER Gul., Vocabulariutn Anglo-Saxonicum, Lexico, 8vo. 

Oxon. 1701 

Spelman H., Glossarium Archaiologicum, folio Lond. 1687 

Stephani Henrici, Thesaurus Grsecse Linguae, 8 torn, folio 

Lond. Valp. 1816—18 

VocABOLARio compendiato della Crusca, 2 vols. 4to. Venez. 1705 

Webster Noah, Dictionary of the English Language, 2 vols. 
4to. Lond. 1831 

Whiter Rev. W,, Etymologicon Universale ; or Universal Ety- 
mological Dictionary, 2 vols. 4to. Camb. 1822 

Young T., (M.D.) Rudiments of an Egyptian Dictionary in the 
ancient Enchorial Character ; with a Life of the Author, 
and Catalogue of his Works and Essays, 8vo. Lond. 1831 



SECTION VI. 

Poetry and the Drama. 

Addison Joseph, Poems on Several Occasions Works, vol. 1 

Cato ; a Tragedy Works, vol. 1 

Rosamond; an Opera Works, vol. 1 

Address to the Inhabitants of the Eastern Counties of England ; 
being a slight historical sketch of Ancient Roads, with a 
few observations on the adaptation of the Modern Rail- 
way to the development of the resources of a country, 
1839 Donat. Pam. 168 

AiKiN John, Essays on Song- Writing ; with a Collection of such 
English Songs as are eminent for Poetical Merit; with 
a Supplement, &c., by R. H. Evans, 12mo. Lond. 1816 
Alfieri Vittorio, Tragedie e Poesie Varie, 3 tom. 8vo. 

Milano, 1818 
Ariosto Lud., Orlando Furioso, 5 tom, 8vo. Milano, 1812 — 14 

translated by Hoole Chalmers, vol.21 

2 L 



258 BELLES LETTRES. 

Assize Ball; or Lucy of the Moor, iond. 1820 Donat. Pam. 66 
Atherstone Edwin, The Fall of Nineveh ; a Poem, 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 
Baillie Joanna, Miscellaneous Plays, 8vo. Lond. 1805 

Plays on the Passions, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 

Dramas, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Barbauld Anna L., Poems of Works, vol. 1 

Barker Richard, Tales of the Blest; a Poem, first series, 

Infancy and Childhood, 18mo. Thetford, 1840 
Barton Bernard, Napoleon, and other Poems, 8vo. Lond. 1822 
Poems, l2mo. Lond. 1823 

Poetic Vigils, 12mo. Lond. 1824 

Beattie J., (LL.D.) The Minstrel, and other Poems, 12mo. 

Lond. 1811 
Beaumont and Fletcher, Dramatic Works of; with Introduction 
and Notes, by Henry Weber, 14 vols. 8vo. Edinh. 1812 
Bentley E., Genuine Poetical Compositions, Norwich, 1791 

Donat. Pam. 159 
Betiiam Matilda, Vignettes; in Verse, Lond. 1818 

Donat. Pam. 67 

Blewitt Reginald James, The Court of Chancery ; a Satirical 

Poem, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Bloomfield Robert, The Poems of, 3 vols. 18rao. Lond. 1827 

Vol. 1 The Farmer's Boy ; Good Tidings 

2 Rural Tales ; Wild Flowers 

3 Banks of Wye ; May- Day with the Muses 

Hazelwood Hall; a Village Drama, 12mo. Lond. 1823 

BoiLEAU DesprI^aux Nich., (Euvres Completes, 3 tom. 8vo. 

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Bonaparte Lucien, Charlemagne; ou I'feglise Delivree, 2 tom. 

4to. Lond. 1814 

BowRiNG John, Specimens of the Russian Poets, 2 vols. 12mo. 

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Richelieu, or the Conspiracy; a Play,8vo. Lond. 1839 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. 

BuLWER Sir E. L., The Lady of Lyons, or Love and Pride; a 

Play, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

• The Sea-Captain, or the Birthright; a Drama, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 
Buonarroti Michelagnolo, Rime di, col Comento diG. Biagioli, 

8vo. Parigi, 1821 

Burns Robert, Songs and Poems Works, vols. 3, 4 

Butler Samuel, Hudibras,with Notes by Zachary Grey, LL.D., 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond 1744 

Byron Lord, Poetical Works, 8 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1821 — 4 

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Camocns, Lusiad, trans, by W. L. Mickle Chalmers, vol. 21 
Campbell Thomas, Gertrude of Wyoming, and other Poems, 

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~ Pleasures of Hope, and other Poems, r2mo. 

Lond. 1820 

Theodric, and other Poems, 12mo. Lond. 1824 

The Pilgrim of Glencoe, and other Poems, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1842 
Chamberlin M., Equanimity; a Poem, Lond. 1800 

Donat. Pam. 71 
Chaucer Geoffrey, The Poems of, Modernized, 12mo. 

Lond. 1841 
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales ; to which are added an Essay on 

his Language and Versification, «fec. by T. Tyrwhitt, Esq., 

2 vols. 4to. Oxford, 1798 

Chenier M. J., Choix de Poesies, 24mo. Paris, 1820 

Christian Year; Thoughts in Verse for Sundays and Holidays, 

18mo. Oxford, 1829 

Churchill C, Epistle to William Hogarth, Lond. 1763 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 
Clare John, The Rural Muse, 18mo. Lond. 1835 

Coleridge S. T., Poetical Works, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

VoL 1 Juvenile Poems; Sibylline Leaves 

2 The Ancient Mariner ; Christabel ; Prose in Rhyme, or Epi- 

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Christmas Tale 

3 The Piccolomini, or the first part of Wallenstein ; The Deatl) 

of Wallenstein 



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Coleridge S. T., Christabel; Kubla Khan, a Vision; and The 

Pains of Sleep, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 72 

Collection of Poems, by Several Hands, published by R. and 

J. Dodsley, 6 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1763 

Collection of Poems, by Several Hands, pubhshed by G. 

Pearch, 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1768 

Collins William, Poems of, with Notes, &c. by Rev. W. Crowe, 

12mo. Bath, 1828 

Conspiracy of Gowrie; a Tragedy, Zorac?. 1800 

Donat. Pam. 160 
Conybeare Rev. J. J., Illustrations of Anglo-Saxon Poetry, 

with Notes, by W. D, Conybeare, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Cooksey R., Miscellaneous Poems, Lond. 1796 

Donat. Pam. 73 
CoRNEiLLE P., Chefs-d'CEuvres de, 3 torn. Paris, 1814 

Tom. 1 Le Cid ; Horace ; Cinna 

2 Polyeucte ; Le Menteur ; Pomp6e ; Rodogune 

3 H6 radius; D. Sanche D'Aragon; Nicomede; Sertorius 

Corruption and Intolerance ; two Poems, with Notes, Lond. 

1808 Donat. Pam. 11 

CowPER William, Poems, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1811 

Posthumous Poetry, by Dr. Johnson, 8vo. Lond. 1815 

Poems of Works, by Southey, vol. 8 — 10 

Vol. 8 Juvenile Poems, published by Hayley; Early Productions, 
published by Croft ; Olney Hymns ; Anti-Thelyphthora ; 
Table- Talk, &c. 
9 Translations from Madame de la Mothe-Guion ; The Task ; 

Minor Poems ; Index to the Task 
10 Minor Poems; Translations from Vincent Bourne, Milton, and 
Owen ; Translations of Greek Verses ; Translations from 
the Fables of Gay ; Adam, a Sacred Drama, translated from 
the Italian of Gio. Battista Andreini 

Crabbe Rev. Geo., Poetical Works, 8 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Vol. 1 The Village; The Parish Register; The Hall of Justice, &c. 

2—3 The Borough 

4—5 Tales 

6—8 Tales of the Hall 

Posthumous Tales, edited by his Sons, 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 
Cradock Joseph, Poems Literary Memoirs, vol. 4 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. $6§ 

Chadock Joseph, The Czar ; an Historical Tragedy 

Literary Memoirs, vol. 3 

Zobeide ; a Tragedy Literary Memoirs, vol. 3 

CEisiLLON P. J. de, CEuvres de, 3 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1812 

Cunningham Allan, Sir Marmaduke Maxwell, a Dramatic 

Poem ; The Mermaid of Galloway, and other Poems, 

8vo. Lond. 1822 

The Songs of Scotland, Ancient and Modern ; with 

an Introduction, Notes, and Characters of the Living 

Poets, 4 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Dante Alighieri, La Divina Commedia di, col Comento di G. 

Biagioli, 3 torn. 8vo. Parigi, 1818 

The Vision ; or Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, trans. 

by the Rev. Hy. Gary, A.M., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

The Inferno of, trans, by Ichabod Chas. Wright, M.A., 

8vo. Lond. 1833 

Delille Jacques, Les Jardins, Po^me, 8vo. Paris, 1820 

Desaugiers M. a., THomme aux Precautions, Comedie 

Paris, 1820 
DiBDiN C, The Songs of, Chronologically arranged, with Notes, 
Historical, Biographical, and Critical, 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Diderot, CEuvres de Theatre, avec un Discours sur la Poesie 
Dramatique, 2 torn. 12mo. Paris, 1771 

Dillingham W., Poemata, 12mo. Lond. 1678 

DaYDEN John, Dramatic Works Works, vols. 2 — 8 

Poetical Works Works, vols. 9 — 11, 13 

Duck S., Poems, Lond. 1733 Donat. Pam. 75 

Dv JFresnoy Chas. Alphonse, The Art of Painting; translated 

into English Verse by Wm. Mason, with Annotations by 

Sir Joshua Reynolds ; with the Preface to Mr. Dryden's 

translation, containing a Parallel between Poetry and 

Painting Reynolds' Works, vol. 3 

Dunbar Robert N., The Cruise; or a Prospect of the West 

Indian Archipelago, 18mo. Lond. 1825 

Edgeworth Maria, Comic Dramas, 12mo. Lond. 1817 

Ellis George, Specimens of the early English Poets ; with an 

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Poetry and Language, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond, 1811 

^LLis Mrs., The Sons of the Soil ; a Poem, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 



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English Poets, The Works of the, from Chaucer to Cowper; 
including the Series edited with Prefaces, Biographical 
and Critical, by Dr. Samuel Johnson : and the most ap- 
proved Translations. The additional Lives by Alexander 
Chalmers, F.S.A., 21 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1810 



VOL. 

Addison Joseph 9 

Akenside Mark, M.D 14 

Armstrong John, M.D. .. 16 

Beattie James, LL.D 18 

Beaumont Francis ...... 6 

Beaumont Sir John 6 

Blacklock Thomas, D.D. . 18 
Blackmore Sir Richard .. 10 

Blair Rev. Robert 15 

Boyse Samuel 14 

Brome Alexander 6 

Brooke Henry 17 

Broome William, D.D. .. 12 

Brovrae William ■ . 6 

Butler Samuel 8 

Byrom John, M. A 15 

Cambridge Richard Owen . 18 

Carew Thomas 5 

Cartwright Rev. William . 6 
Cawthorne Rev. James . . 14 

Chatterton Thomas 15 

Chaucer Geoffrey 1 

Churchill Rev. Charles . . 14 

Collins William 13 

Congreve William 10 

Cooper John Gilbert .... 15 

Corbett Bishop 5 

Cotton Charles 6 

Cotton Nathaniel, M.D. .. 18 

Cowley Abraham 7 

Cowper William 18 

Crashaw Rev. Richard .... 6 

Cunningham John , 14 

Daniel Samuel 3 

Davenant Sir William .... 6 

Daviea Sir John - 5 

Denhara Sir John 7 

Dodsley Robert 15 

Donne John, D.D 5 

Dorset Charles, Earl of . . 8 
Drayton Michael ........ 4 



Drummond William 5 

Dryden John 8 and 9 

Duke Rev. Richard 9 

Dyer Rev. John 13 

Falconer William 14 

Fawkes Rev. Francis, M.A. 16 

Fenton Elijah 10 

Fletcher Giles . . . . , 6 

Fletcher Phineas • 6 

Garth Sir Samuel 9 

Gascoigne George 2 

Gay John 10 

Glover Richard 17 

Goldsmith Oliver, M.B. .. 16 

Gower John 2 

Grainger James, M. D 14 

Gray Thomas 14 

Green Matthew 15 

Habington William. . ...... 6 

Halifax Charles, Earl of ... . 9 

Hall Bishop 5 

Hammond James 11 

Harte Rev. Walter 16 

Hughes John 10 

Jago Rev, Richard 17 

Jenyns Soame 17 

Johnson Samuel, LL.D. .. 16 

Jones Sir William 18 

Jonson Ben 5 

King William, D.C.L 9 

Langhorne John, D. D 16 

Lansdowne George Lord .. 11 

Lloyd Robert 15 

Logan Rev. John 18 

Lovibond Edward 16 

Lyttelton George, Lord .... 14 

Mallett David 14 

Mason Rev. William, M.A. 18 
Mickle William JuHus .... 17 

Milton John 7 

Moore Edward 14 



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English Poets : continued 

VOL. 

Otway Edward 8 

Pamell Thomas, D.D, .. 9 

Philips Ambrose 13 

Philips John 8 

Pitt Rev. Christopher .... 12 

Pomfret Rev. John 8 

Pope Alexander 12 

Prior Matthew 10 

Rochester John, Earl of . . 8 
Roscommon Wentworth 

Dil'on, Earl of ... . 8 

Rowe Nicholas 9 

Sav^e Richard 11 

Scott John 17 

Shakspeare William 5 

Sheffield John, Duke of 

Buckingham 10 

Shenstone William 13 

Sherburne Sir Edward .... 6 

Skelton Rev. John ...... 2 

Smart Rev. Christopher . . 16 

Smith Edmund 9 

Somerville William 11 



Sprat Bishop 9 

Stepney George 8 

Stirling Wm. Alex., Earl of 3 

Suckling Sir William 6 

Surrey Henry, Earl of .... 2 

Swift Jonathan, D. D 11 

Thomson James 12 

Thompson Rev. William . . 13 

Tickell Thomas 11 

Turberville George 2 

Waller Edmund 8 

Walsh William ... 8 

Warner William 4 

Warton Joseph, D. D 18 

Warton Thomas, B.D 18 

Watts Isaac, D. D 13 

West Gilbert, LL. D 13 

Whitehead Paul 16 

Whitehead William 17 

Wilkie William, D.D. .... 16 

Wyatt Sir Thomas 2 

Yalden Thomas, D.D 11 

Young Rev. Edward, LL.D. 13 
Translations 19, 20, 21 



Spencer Edmund ■. . 3 

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Section of Greek and Latin Authors ; those from other Authors under their 
respective Titles in this. 

English Translations, from Ancient and Modern Poems, by 
various Authors, 3 vols. Lond. 1810 

Fawcet J., The Art of War; a Poem, Lond. 1795 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

Ford John, Dramatic Works of, with Notes by W. Giffbrd, Esq., 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Fra DiAvoLO, Oper von Scribe Donat. Pam. 168 

Frederic- II, King of Prussia, Tantalus at Law, a Comedy 

Works, vol. 5 

Fry Caroline, Death, and other Poems, 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Goethe, Faustus; a Dramatic Mystery ; The Bride of Corinth; 
The First Walpurgis Night ; translated from the German, 
with Notes, by John Anster, LL.D. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Faustus; a Tragedy, translated from the German, 

ISmo. Lond. 1834 



264 BELLES LETTRES. 

GoLDONi C, Chef d'CEuvres Dramatiques de, traduits en Fran- 

9ais, avec le Texts Italien, 3 torn. 8vo. Lyon, An. 9 

Goldsmith Oliver, (M.B.) Poems Misc. Works, vol. 2 

She Stoops to Conquer; a Comedy Misc. Works, \o\. 2 

The Good-Natured Man ; a Comedy 

Misc. Works, vol. 2 

TheDeserted Village; a Poem, Lond. 1770 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 
Goldsmith Oliver, The Rising Village; a Poem, Lond. 1825 

Donat. Pam. 168 
Grant Rt. Hon. Sir Robert, Sacred Poems, 8vo. Lond. 1839 
Gray Thomas, Poems, with Memoirs of his Life and Writings 
by W. Mason, 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1778 

Gray's Elegy, translated into Latin Verse, with additions, by 
D. B. Hickie, Lond. 1823 Donat. Pam. 78 

Griffin Gerald, Gisippus; a Play, 8vo. Lond. 1842 

GuARiNi Battista, II Pastor Fido, 8vo. Milano, 1807 

GuRNEY Joseph John, Sabbatical Verses Minor Works, vol. 2 
Hastings Lady Flora, Poems, edited by her Sister, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1841 

Headley H., Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry, by 

Rev. Henry Kett, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1810 

Heber Bishop, Hymns, written and adapted to the weekly 

Church Service of the Year, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Palestine, Europe, Passage of the Red Sea, and other 

Poems, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Hemans Mrs., The Forest Sanctuary, and other Poems, 8vo. 

Lond. 1825 

Records of Woman, with other Poems, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1828 

Songs of the Affections, with other Poems, 12mo. 

Lond. 1830 

Poetical Remains of, 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Herrick R., Poetical Works, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1825 

HoBBii T., Historia Ecclesiastica Carmine Elegiaco Concinnata, 

Angus. Trin. 1688 Donat. Pam. 163 

Hogg James, Poetical Works, 4 vols. 12mo. Edinb. 1822 

Hone Wm., The Man in the Moon, &c., Lond. 1820 

Donat. Pam. 22 

Political Christmas Carol, Lond. 1820 Donat. Pam. 22 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. 265^ 

Hone W., Aspersions Answered, Lond. 1824 Pamphlets, 2 

Hunt Leigh, A Legend of Florence; a Play, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Inchbald Mrs., British Theatre, 25 vols. 12mo. Lond. n. d. 

Vol. 1 Comedy of Errors ; Romeo and Juliet ; Hamlet ; King John ; 

King Richard III 

2 King Henry IV, parts I and 2; Merchant of Venice; King 

Henry V ; Much ado about Nothing 

3 As you Like it; Merry Wives of Windsor; King Henry VIII; 

Measure for Measure ; Winter's Tale 

4 King Lear ; Cymbeline ; Macbeth ; Julius Caesar ; Antony and 

Cleopatra 

5 Coriolanus ; Othello ; Tempest ; Twelfth Night ; Every Man in 

his Humour 

6 Rule a Wife and Have a Wife ; Chances ; New Way to Pay Old 

Debts ; Alexander the Great ; All for Love 

7 Isabella ; Oroonoko ; Distressed Mother ; Zara ; Gustavus Vasa 

8 Constant Couple ; The Inconstant ; Recruiting Officer ; Beaux 

Stratagem; Cato 

9 Provoked Wife ; Provoked Husband ; Love makes a Man ; She 

wou'd and She wou'd not ; Careless Husband 

10 Tamerlane; Fair Penitent; Jane Shore; Lady Jane Grey; 

Siege of Damascus 

11 Busy Body; The Wonder; Bold Stroke for a Wife; George 

Barnwell; Fatal Curiosity 

12 Orphan ; Venice Preserved ; Conscious Lovers ; Revenge ; 

Beggar's Opera 

13 Love for Love; Mourning Bride; Mahomet; Tancred and 

Sigismunda; Suspicious Husband 

14 Man of the World; Foundling; Gamester; Roman Father; 

Edward the Black Prince 

15 Barbarossa ; Way to keep Him ; All in the Wrong ; Grecian 

Daughter; Know your own Mind 

16 Country Girl ; Jealous Wife ; Clandestine Marriage ; Countess 

of Salisbury ; Douglas 

1 7 Good-natured Man ; She Stoops to Conquer ; Love in a Village ; 

Maid of the Mill ; Lionel and Clarissa 

18 Brothers ; West Indian ; Jew ; First Love ; Wheel of Fortune 

19 Earl of Warwick ; Rivals; Duenna; Belle's Stratagem; Bold 

Stroke for a Husband 

20 Dramatists; Count of Narbonne; Inkle and Yarico; Battle of 

Hexham ; Surrender of Calais 

21 Mountaineers; Iron Chest; Heir at Law; John Bull; Poor 

Gentleman 

22 Castle of Andalusia ; Fontainbleau ; Wild Oats ; Heiress ; Earl 

of Essex 

23 Such Things Are; Every One has his Fault; Wives as they 

Were ; Lover's Vows ; To Marry or not to Marry 

2 M 



266 BELLES LETTRES. 

Inchbald Mrs., British Theatre: continued 

24 Road to Ruin; Deserted Daughter; Stranger; De Montfort; 

Point of Honour 

25 Way to get Married; Cure for the Heart- Ache; Speed the 

Plough ; School of Reform ; Honey Moon 

Inchbald Mrs., Modern Theatre, 10 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1811 

Vol. 1 The Will ; Rage ; Life ; How to grow Rich ; Notoriety 

2 Speculation ; Delinquent ; Laugh when you Can ; Fortune's 

Fool ; Folly as it Flies 

3 Votary of Wealth ; Zorinski ; Secrets worth Knowing ; Who 

wants a Guinea ? Werter 

4 Duplicity ; School for Arrogance ; He's much to Blame ; Seduc- 

tion ; School for Prejudice 

5 False Impressions ; Mysterious Husband ; Box Lobby Challenge ; 

Natural Son; Carmelite 

6 Impostor; Wife of Two Husbands; Ramah Droog; Law of 

Lombardy; Braganza 

7 I'll tell you What ; Next Door Neighbours ; Wise Men of the 

East ; Percy ; Trip to Scarborough 

8 Matilda; Mary Queen of Scots; Fugitive; He would be a 

Soldier; England Preserved 

9 Bank Note ; Chapter of Accidents ; English Merchant ; School 

for Wives; Henry II 
10 Fashionable Levities ; Time's a Tell- Tale ; Which is the Man ? 
What is She ? Lie of a Day 

Inchbald Mrs., Collection of Farces, 7 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1815 

Vol. 1 Child of Nature ; Wedding Day ; Midnight Hour ; Raising the 
Wind ; Matrimony ; Ella Rosenberg ; Blind Boy ; Who's 
the Dupe? Love-a-la-Mode 

2 Birth Day; Jew and the Doctor ; Irishman in London ; Prisoner 

at Large; Poor Soldier; Farmer; Highland Reel; Two 
Strings to your Bow ; Deserter 

3 Hartford Bridge ; Netley Abbey ; Turnpike Gate ; Lock and 

Key ; Register Office ; Apprentice ; Critic ; Sultan ; 
Rosina 

4 AU the Worlds a Stage ; Lying Valet ; Citizen ; Three Weeks 

after Marriage ; Catherine and Petruchio ; Padlock ; Miss 
in her Teens ; Quaker ; Guardian 

5 High Life below Stairs ; Bon Ton ; Mock Doctor ; Devil to 

Pay; Irish Widow; Minor; Mayor of Garrett ; Liar; Flora 

6 Deuce is in Him ; Edgar and Emmeline ; Richard Cceur de 

Lion ; Maid of the Oaks ; Tom Thumb ; Doctor and 
Apothecary ; First Floor ; Adopted Child ; Farm House 

7 Lodoiska; Ways and Means; School for Authors; Midas; Water- 

man ; Author ; Old Maid ; Miller of Mansfield ; Comus 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. 26f 

Iffland W. a., The Foresters, a Play; translated by Bell 

Plumptre, Lond. 1799 Donat. Pam. 81 

Jameson Mrs., Social Life in Germany, illustrated in the Acted 

Dramas of Her Royal Highness the Princess Amelia of 

Saxony ; translated from the German, with Introduction 

and Notes, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Jamieson Robt., Popular Ballads and Songs, from Tradition, 

Manuscripts, and Scarce Editions, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb.l^QQ 

Jerrold Douglas, Bubbles of the Day ; a Comedy, Bvo. 

Lond. 1842 
JoDRELL Sir R. p., Carmina Selecta, 8vo. Lond. 1810 

Dover, Ancient and Modern, a Poem, 8vo. Dover, 1841 

Johnson Samuel, (LL.D.) Poems of Works, vol. I 

Irene ; a Tragedy Works, vol. 1 

Jones John, Attempts in Verse; with some account of the 

Writer, written by Himself; and an Introductory Essay 

on the Lives and Works of our Uneducated Poets, by 

Robert Southey, 12mo. Lond. 1831 

JoNSON Ben, Works; with Notes, &c., by W. Gifford, 9 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1816 

JoNSONUs Virbius ; or, the Memory of Ben Jonson ; Revived by 

the Friends of the Muses, 1638 Jonson' s Works, vol. 9 

JoRTiN John, (D.D.) Lusus Poetici Tracts, vol. 1 

Translations from the Lusus Poetici Tracts, vol. 1 

Junto (The); A Poem, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 82 

Kemble Frances Ann, F'rancis the First ; an Historical Drama, 
8vo. Lond. 1832 

Knowles James Sheridan, The Hunchback; a Play, 8vo. 

Lond. 1832 

The Wife, a Tale of Mantua ; a Play, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

The Love-Chase; a Comedy, Bvo. Lond. 1838 

The Maid of Mariendorpt; a Play, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Woman's Wit, or Love's Disguises ; a Play, 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 
John of Procida, or the Bridals of Messina; a Tra- 
gedy, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Love; a Play, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Old Maids; a Comedy, 8vo. Lond. 1841 



KoTZEBUE Aug. Von, The Count of Burgundy; a Play, trans- 
lated by Anne Plumptre, Lond. 1798 Donat. Pam. 83 



268 BELLES LETTRES. 

KoTZEBUE Aug. Von, The Natural Son ; a Play, translated by 
Anne Plumptre, Lond. 1798 Donat. Pam. 83 

The Force of Calumny ; a Play, translated by Anne 

Plumptre, Lond, 1799 Donat. Pam. 83 

The Virgin of the Sun ; a Play, translated by Anne 

Plumptre, Lovd. 1799 Donat. Pam. 26 

The Spaniards in Peru, or, the Death of Rolla; a 



Tragedy, translated by Anne Plumptre, Lond. 1799 

Donat. Pam. 26 
[Landon Miss,] The Improvisatrice ; and other Poems, by 
L. E. L., 12mo. Lond. 1824 
The Troubadour ; Catalogue of Pictures ; and Histo- 
rical Sketches, by L. E. L., 12mo. Lond. 1825 
Venetian Bracelet ; the Lost Pleiad ; a History of the 



Lyre; and other Poems, by L. E. L. 12mo. Lond. 1829 
Laurel (The) ; Fugitive Poetry of the nineteenth Century, 

18mo. Lond. 1831 

La Villa Sampieri in Casalecchio, Bologna, 1818 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 2 
Lays of the Minnesingers and German Troubadours, 12mo. 

Lond. 1825 
Lessing G. E,, Nathan the Wise; a Dramatic Poem, translated 

from the German, [by W. Taylor,] 8vo. Norwich, 1791 
LocKMAN J., David's Lamentation over Saul and Jonathan, 

Lond. 1736 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Lyre (The) ; Fugitive Poetry of the nineteenth Century, 18mo. 

Lond. 1830 
Machiavelli Nic, Commedia, Poesie, e Cante Carnascialeschi 

di Opere, tom. 5 

M'FiNGAL ; a modern Epic Poem ; or the Town-Meeting, Phi- 
ladelphia, reprinted, Lond. 1776 Donat. Pam. 84 
Mary Gray ; a Fugitive Piece, Oxford, 1824 Donat. Pam. 78 
Mason William, Poems, 3 vols. 12mo. York, 1796 
Massinger Philip, Dramatic Works, with Notes by W. Gif- 

ford, Esq., 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813 

Metastasio Pietro, Opere Scelte di, 5 torn. 8vo. Milano, 1820 
Milman Rev. H. H., Anne Boleyn ; a Dramatic Poem, 8vo. 

Lond. 1826 

Belshazzar; a Dramatic Poem, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Martyr of Antioch; a Dramatic Poem,8vo.Zonrf. 1822 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. 269 

MiLMAN Rev. H. H., The Fall of Jerusalem ; a Dramatic Poem, 

8vo. Lond. 1822 

Milton John, Poetical Works of, with Notes, Life, &c. by 

Rev. Henry J. Todd, 7 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1809 

MiTFORD Miss, Rienzi; a Tragedy, 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Modern Greece; a Poem, Lond. 1821 Pamphlets, 2 

MoLiERE Jean-Baptiste, CEuvres de; avec un Commentaire 

Historique et Litteraire, par M. Petitot, 6 torn. 8vo. 

Pans, 1823 
Montagu Lady M. W., Poems Letters, vol. 3 

Poems Works 

Montgomery James, Wanderer of Switzerland ; and other 

Poems, 12mo. Edinb. 1815 

West Indies; and other Poems, 12mo. Lond. 1814 

Greenland; and other Poems, 8vo. Lond. 1819 

The World before the Flood, 12mo. Lond. 1823 

The Pelican Island ; and other Poems, 12mo. 

Lond. 1827 
Verses to the Memory of the late Richard Reynolds, 

of Bristol, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 85 

JVIontgomery Robert, A Universal Prayer; Death; a Vision of 

Heaven ; and a Vision of Hell, 4to. Lond. 1828 

The Omnipresence of the Deity, 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Monti Vincenzo, Versi, in due Parti, 8vo. Parma, 1787 

Aristodemo; Tragedia, 8vo. Parma, 1787 

MooRE Thomas, Lalla Rookh; an Oriental Romance, 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 
Fables for the Holy Alliance ; Rhymes on the Road, 

&c., by T. Brown, the Younger, 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Irish Melodies, 12mo. Lond. 1822 

Loves of the Angels, 8vo. Lond. 1823 



More Hannah, Poems Works, vol. 1 

Sacred Dramas Works, vol. 2 

Tragedies Works, vol. 3 

Mori Thomse, Poemata, quibus praemissa sunt queedam ipsius 
et Guilielmi Lilii progymnasmata 

Cayley's Mems. of More, vol. 2 

Mundus Muliebris, or the Ladies Dressing-Room Unlock'd, and 

her Toilette spread ; in Burlesque : together with the 

Fop Dictionary, 1690 Evelyns Misc. Writings 



270 BELLES LETTRES. 

Newton C, Poems, Camb. 1797 Donat. Pam. 164 

Ode S6culaire, pour I'Annee 1800, Lond. 1800 

Donat. Pam. 164 
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Lond. 1828 
Opening of the Sixth Seal; a Sacred Poem, 12mo. Lond. 1829 
Opie Amelia, Lays for the Dead, 18mo. Lond. 1834 

OsRic ; a Missionary Tale, with the Garden, and other Poems, 
by Charlotte Elizabeth, 8vo. Dublin, n. d. 

OssiAN, Poems of, translated by J. Macpherson, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1803 

Payne J. H., Brutus, or the Fall of Tarquin ; a Tragedy, Lond. 

1818 Donat. Pam. 89 

Percy Bishop, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1794 

The Hermit of Warkworth; a Northumberland Ballad, 

18mo. Alnwick, 1806 

Petrarca F., Rime di, col Comento di G. Biagioli, 2 tom. in 3, 

8vo. Parigi, 1821 

Pindar Peter, A Poetical, Serious, and Possibly Impertinent, 

Epistle to the Pope, Lond. 1793 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1. 

PoLLOK Robert, The Course of Time; a Poem, in ten books, 

12mo. Edinb. 1828 

Pope Alexander, Poems of Works, vol. 3 — 6 

The Dunciad ; with the Prolegomena of Scriblerus, 

and Notes variorum, 4to. Lond. 1743 

Pringle Thomas, Poems Illustrative of South Africa 

African Sketches 
Prior Matthew, Poems on several occasions, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1754 
Pursuits of Literature; a Satirical Poem, with notes, 8vo. 

Lond. 1801 
Racine Jean, Theatre de Works, vols. 1 — 3 

Religio Clerici; a Churchman's Epistle, Lond. 1818 

Donat. Pam. 102 
Rejected Addresses, or the New Theatrum Poetarum, 12mo. 

Lond. 1815 
Robinson John, Poems, Norw. 1768 Donat. Pam. 93 

Rogers H., Poems; Miscellaneous and Sacred, 12mo. 

Lond. 1826 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. 27 1 

Rogers Samuel, Italy; a Poem, 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Poems; the Pleasures of Memory, &c. 12mo. 

Lond. 1822 
Rousseau J. J., Pieces de Theatre (Euvres, torn. 11 

Poesies CEuvres, tom. 11 

R — L Consistency ; a Poetical Parody on an Original Letter, 

written a few days previous to the expiration of the 

Regency Restrictions, Lond. 1812 Donat. Pam. 46 

Sanders C. E., Poems on various subjects Donat. Pam. 166 

Savage Richard, Poetical Works, with Life by Dr. Johnson, 

18mo. Lond. 1801 

Sayers Frank, (M.D.) NugsB Poeticse, Norwich, 1803 

Donat. Pam. 65 

■ Poems Works, vol. 1 

Scarron M., Le Virgile Travesti (Euvres, tom. 4, 5 

Pieces de Theatre et Poesies diverses 

CEuvres, tom. 6, 7 
Schiller F. von, Kabale und Liebe; Der Parasit, 12mo. 

Carlsruhe, 1822 

Maria Stuart; Macbeth, 12mo. Carlsruhe, 1822 

William Tell; a Play, translated from the German, 

with Notes, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

ScoTT Sir Walter, Poetical Works, 12 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1820 

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Cross ; The Doom of Devorgoil ; Auchindane, or the 
Ayrshire Tragedy; Goetz of Berlichingen, l2mo. 

Edinb. 1834 
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and illustrations of various Commentators, edited by 

Edmund Malone, 21 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 
The Tragicall Historic of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke, 

Lond. 1603, reprinted 1825 Pamphlets, 3 

Shelley Percy Bysshe, The Poetical Works of, edited by Mrs. 

Shelley, 4 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1839 
The Masque of Anarchy ; a Poem, with a Preface by 

Leigh Hunt, 18mo. Lond. 1832 

Sheridan Rt. Hon. Richard B., Works of, by Thomas Moore, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 



272 BELLES LETTRES. 

Shirley James, Dramatic Works and Poems of; with Notes, 
&c., by Win. GifFord, and the Rev. Alex. Dyce, 6 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1833 
Smirke E., Wallace; a Poem, Camh. 1815 Donat. Pam. 96 
SouTfiEY Robert, Curse of Kehama, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1812 
Thalaba the Destroyer, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1814 

Madoc, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1815 

Minor Poems, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1815 

Roderick, the Last of the Goths, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1816 
The Poet's Pilgrimage to Waterloo, 12mo. 

Lond. 1816 

Joan of Arc, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1817 

Tale of Paraguay, 12mo. Lond. 1825 

All for Love, and the Pilgrim to Compostella, 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 

Select Works of the British Poets, from Chaucer to 

Jonson, with Biographical Sketches Lond. 1831 

Spenser Edmund, The Faerie Queene; with Remarks by 
various Commentators Works, vols. 1 — 7 

Poems, Miscellaneous Works, vols. 7 — 8 

The Shepheard's Calender Works, vol. 1 

Stael Madame de, Essais Dramatiques CEuvres, torn. 16 

Jane Gray; Tragedie CEuvres, torn. 17 

Strickland Agnes, The Seven Ages of Woman, and other 

Poems, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Stum ME (die) von Portici oper nach dem Franzofischen la 
Muette de Portici des Scribe, Hamburg, n. d. 

Donat. Pam. 168 
Swift Jonathan, Miscellanies in Verse 

Works, vols. 6, 7, 14, 16, 17 
Syntax Doctor, The Tour of, in Search of the Picturesque, 8vo. 

Lond. 1813 

Tales of the Factories, 18mo. Edinb. 1833 

Talfourd T. N., Glencoe; or the Fate of the Macdonalds; a 

Tragedy, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Tasso Torquato, La Gerusalemme Liberata di, 2 torn. 8vo. 

Milano, 1820 

Jerusalem Delivered, translated by E. Fairfax, 8vo. 

Lond. 1749 



POETRY AND THE DRAMA. 2^5 

Tasso Torquato, Jerusalem Delivered, translated, with Notes, 

by Rev. J. H. Hunt, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Jerusalem Delivered, translated by Hoole 

Chalmers, vol. 21 
Taylor Emily, The Vision of Las Cases; and other Poems, 

12mo Lond. 1825 

Taylor Jane, Poetical Remains Works 

Templer (der) und die Judin; Oper von W. A. "Wohlbriick, 

Hamburg, n. d. Donat. Pam. 168 

Thamuta; The Spirit of Death; and other Poems, 18mo. 

Lond. 1837 
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1807 Donat. Pam. 99 

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Vernal (The) Walk; a Poem, Camb. 1801 Donat. Pam. 99 
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C. Herklots, Hamburg, n. d. Donat. Pam. 168 

ViDA, Art of Poetry, translated by Pitt Chalmers, vol, 19 

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the Plagiarisms and Compilations of the Rev. J. A. 

James Pamphleteer, vol. 26 

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La Pucelle (Euvres, tom. 3, part 1 

Poesies CEuvres, tom. 3 

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White H. K., Remains, by R. Southey, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1821 — 2 
Willis N. P., Poems Letters from under a Bridge 

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Lond. 1827 

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Donat. Pam. 101 



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SECTION VII. 
Fictitious Narrative : Novels, Romances, Tales, 8^c. 

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Historical Romances, vols. 5, 6 

another copy, 8vo. Pans, 1838 

Abel Allnut; a Novel, by the Author of " Hajji Baba," 3 vols. 

12mo. Land. 1837 

Adventures of a Younger Son, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

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Agnes de Mansfeldt ; a Historical Tale, by Thomas Colley Grat- 

tan, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Alhambra (The) ; by Geoffrey Crayon, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832 
Alice ; or Infidelity, and other Tales, by Grace Stuart Hume, 

5 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Alice ; or the Mysteries, a Sequel to " Ernest Maltravers," by 

the Author of" Pelhara," 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1838 
Almack's, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Almoran and Hamet; an Oriental Tale, by Dr. Hawkesworth, 

Brit. Nov. vol. 26 
Alonzo (Don) ou I'Espagne, Histoire Contemporaine, par N. A. 

De Salvandy, 5 torn. 12mo. Paris, 1824 

Amelia; by Henry Fielding, 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1752 

Anastasius; or the Memoirs of a Greek, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1822 
Ancient (The) Regime ; a Tale, by G. P. R. James, Esq,, 3 

vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Andrews Joseph, Adventures of; by Henry Fielding, 12mo. 

Brit. Nov. vol. 18 
Anne Boleyn ; a Historical Romance, by Mrs. A. T. Thomson, 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1842 

Anne of Geierstein; by the Author of " Waverley," 3 vols. 

12mo. Edinb. 1829 
another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1833 



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Antiquary (The) ; by the Author of " Waverley," 2 vols. 12mo. 

Novels and Tales, vols. 5, 6 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1836 

Arabian Nights' Entertainments; revised, &c. by Jonathan 

Scott, LL.D., 6 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1811 

Arabian Nights' Entertainments ; a new translation from the 

Arabic, with copious Notes, by Edward William Lane, 

3 vols, large 8vo. Lond. 1839—41 

Arabian (New) Nights' Entertainments ; selected by Jos. Von. 

Hammer, and translated by the Rev. Geo. Lamb, 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1826 

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Astoria ; or Enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains, by 

Washington Irving, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1836 

At Home and Abroad ; or Memoirs of Emily de Cardonnell, by 

the Author of " Rome in the Nineteenth Century," 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1831 

Attila ; a Romance, by the Author of " The Gipsey," 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1837 

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I2rao. Lond. 1834 

Ayrshire Legatees ; or the Pringle Family ; to which is added 

the Gathering of the West, 12mo. Edinb. 1823 

Barbauld Mrs., British Novelists, 50 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1820 



Vol. 1—8 


Clarissa 


9—13 


Sir Charles Grandison 


16—17 


Robinson Crusoe 


18 


Joseph Andrews 


19—21 


Tom Jones 


22 


Old English Baron ; Castle of Otranto 


23 


Pompey the Little ; The Vicar of Wakefield 


24—25 


The Female Quixote 


26 


Rasselas ; Almoran and Hamet 


27 


Lady Julia Mandeville ; Nature and Art 


28 


Simple Story 


29 


Man of Feeling ; Julia de Roubign^ 


30—31 


Humphrey Clinker 


32—33 


The Spiritual Quixote 


34—33 


Zeluco 


36-37 


The Old Manor House 


38-39 


Evelina 



276 BELLES LETTBES. 

Barbauld Mrs., British Novelists: continued 

Vol. 40—42 Cecilia 

43 — 44 Romance of the Forest 

45 — 47 Mysteries of Udolpho 

48 Man as he is Not 

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Battle of the Books; by Dr. Jonathan Swift Works, vol. 1 
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Russell Mitford, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Belinda; by Maria Edgeworth, 2 vols. 12mo, 

Brit. Nov. vols. 49, 50 
Belphego Novella, di Nic. Machiavelli Opere, torn. 5 

Ben Brace, the Last of Nelson's Agamemnons ; by Capt. Cha- 

mier, R. N., 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Betrothed (The) ; by the Author of " Waverley," 2 vols. 12mo. 

(two copies) Tales of the Crusaders 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1832 

Betrothed (The); from the Italian of Ales. Manzoni, 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 
Biographical Memoirs of Extraordinary Painters, by the Au- 
thor of " Vathek," 12mo. Lond. 1834 
Bivouac (The) ; or Stories of the Peninsular War, by W. H. 

Maxwell, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1837 

Black (The) Dwarf; by the Author of" Waverley" 

Novels and Tales, vol. 9 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1838 

Blair Adam, Some Passages in the Life of, 12mo. Edinb. 1822 
Body and Soul, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Boole Corbet; or the Emigrants, by John Gait, Esq., 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1831 

Borderers (The) ; a Tale, by the Author of the " Spy," 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1829 

Boyne Water; a Tale, by the O'Hara Family, 3 vols. 12rao. 

Lond. 1826 
Bracebridge Hall; or the Humorists, by Geoffrey Crayon, 

Gent., 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Brambletye House; or Cavaliers and Roundheads, 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1826 

Bravo (The) ; a Venetian Story, by the Author of " The Pilot,'' 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 



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Bride of Lammertnoor ; by the Author of " Waverley," 2 vols. 

18mo. Novels and Tales, vol. 14, 15 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1839 

Buccaneers (The); a Tale, 3 vols. l2mo. Lond. 1832 

Budget (The) of the Bubble Family ; by Lady Lytton Bulwer, 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Caleb Williams, Adventures of; or Things as they Are, by 

William Godwin, 12mo. Lond. 1832 

Candide, ou rOptimisrae, par Voltaire (Euvres, torn. 8, part 1 
Canterbury Tales; by Sophia and Harriet Lee, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1832 
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2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1829 
Carwin the Biloquist; and other American Tales, by Charles 

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Castle Dangerous; by the Author of "Waverley," 2 vols. 

12mo. Tales of my Landlord, 4th series 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1831 

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Brit. Nov. vol. 22 
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12 mo. Brit. Nov. vols. 40 — 42 
Chartley the Fatalist; 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 
Chateau de Juvizy, par M™*- de Flamanville, 12mo. Paris, 1819 
Chelsea (The) Pensioners ; by the Author of " The Subaltern," 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 
Chronicles of the Canongate; by, the Author of" Waverley," 

2 vols. 12mo. (two copies) Edinb. 1827 

The Two Drovers; The Highland Widow; The Surgeon's Daughter 

■ another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1832 

Chronicles of the Canongate; second series, 3 vols. 12mo. 

(two copies) Edinb. 1838 

The Fair Maid of Perth 
another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1841 



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Cinq-Mars, ou une Conjuration sous Louis XIII, par le Comte 
Alfred de Vigne, 2 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1838 

Clarissa Harlowe; by Samuel Richardson, 8 vols. 12mo. 

Brit. Nov. vol. 1 — 8 

Clockmaker (The) ; or the Sayings and Doings of Samuel 

Slick, of Slickville, first, second, and third series, 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1837—40 

Cloudesley ; a Tale, by the Author of " Caleb Williams," 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 

Club Book; Tales, by various Authors, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

CcELEBS in Search of a Wife ; by Hannah More, 2 vols. 

Works, vols. 11, 12 

CoLLEGiAKS (The) ; 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1829 

Coming Out; and the Field of the Forty Footsteps, by Jane 

and Anna Maria Porter, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Confessions of an English Opium Eater, 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Confessions of a Thug ; by Captain Meadows Taylor, 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1839 

Contes d'un Philosophe Grec, par M. Baour-Lormian, 2 torn. 

12mo. Paris, 1822 

Corinne; par Madame de Stael CEuvres, torn. 8, 9 

Corinne ; or Italy, by Madam de Stael, translated by Isabel 

Hill, 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Corse de Leon ; or the Brigand, by G. P. R. James, Esq., 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Cottagers of Glenburnie ; a Tale, by Eliz. Hamilton, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1822 

Count Robert of Paris; by the Author of" Waverley," 3 vols. 

12mo. Tales of my Landlord, 4th Series 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1831 

Country Curate; Tales, by the Author of "The Subaltern," 

2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 

Cousin Geoffrey, the Old Bachelor ; a Novel ; to which is added 

Claude Stocq. ; Edited by Theodore Hook, Esq., 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1840 

Croppy (The) ; a Tale of 1798, by the Authors of " The O'Hara 

Tales," 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Criciiton; by W. Harrison A insworth, 3 vols. l2mo. Lond. 1837 

Dark Lady of Doona ; by the Author of " Stories of Waterloo," 

12mo. Lond. 1834 



FICTITIOUS NARRATIVE. 2/9 

Darnley; or, the Field of the Cloth of Gold, by G. P. R. 
James, Esq., small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Dkath-bed Scenes and Pastoral Conversations ; by John Whar- 
ton, D.D., 6 vols, in 3, 12mo. Lond. 1828—9 

Decameron, di Giovanni Boccaccio, 4 vols. 8vo. Firenze, 1822 

De Clifford; or the Constant Man, by the Author of " Tre- 
maine," 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Deerbrook; a Novel, by Harriet Martineau, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1839 

Deerslayer (The); a Tale, by J. Fenimore Cooper, Esq., 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841 
De Lisle; or the Sensitive Man, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 
De L'Orme; by the Author of" Richelieu," 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1830 
Delphike ; par Madame De Stael (Euvres, tom. 5 — 7 

De Montfort; or, the Old English Nobleman, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1842 
Destiny ; or the Chief's Daughter, by the Author of " Mar- 
riage," small 8vo. Lond. 1841 
Desultory Man ; by the Author of" Richelieu," 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1836 

De Vere; or the Man of Independence, by the Author of 

" Tremaine," 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Devereux; a Tale, by the Author of" Pelham," 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 
Diable (Le) Boiteux, par Lesage, 2 tom. 12mo. Paris, 1819 
Disowned (The) ; by the Author of " Pelham," 4 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 
Dissenting Minister, The Autobiography of a, 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 
DoBLADo Don Leucadio, Letters from Spain, 8vo. Lond. 1822 
Doctor (The), vols. 1—5, 12mo. Lond. 1834—7 

Don Esteban; or Memoirs of a Spaniard, 3 vols. l2mo. 

Lond. 1826 

Don Quixote de la Mancha, por Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra ; 

Corregida por el Rdo. Don F. Fernandez, A.M., 4 tom. 

12mo. Lond. 1808 

Life and Exploits of; translated from the Spanish of 

Miguel Cervantes de Saavedra, by Charles Jarvis, Esq., 

4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1811 



280 BELLES LETTRES. 

Don Quixote, por el licenciad Alonzo Fernandez de Abellaneda, 

2 torn. 12mo. Madrid, 1805 

DuNALLAN ; or Know what you Judge, by the Author of 

" Father Clement," 3 vols. 12mo. Edinb. 1825 

Dutchman's (The) Fireside ; a Tale, by the Author of " Letters 

from the South," 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

Eben Erskine; or the Travellers, by John Gait, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1833 
Edward the Crusader's Son ; a Tale, illustrating the History, 

&c. of England in the eleventh Century, by Mrs. Barwell, 

2 vols. 18mo. Lond. 1836 

Emile, ou de TEducation, par J. J. Rousseau, avec des notes 

par M°»«- Genlis, 3 tom. 12mo, Paris, 1820 

another copy CEuvres, tom. 8, 9 

Emma ; a Novel, by Jane Austen, 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Epicurean (The); a Tale, by Thos. Moore, 12mo. Lond. 1827 
Ernest Maltravers ; by the Author of " Pelham," 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1837 
Eugene Aram; a Tale, by the Author of " Pelham," 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1832 

Eve Effingham ; or Home, by J. F. Cooper, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1838 
Evelina ; by Miss Burney, 2 vols. 12mo. Brit. iVbu. vols. 38, 39 
ExcLUSivES (The) ; 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 

Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland, [by T. 

C. Croker,] 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Falkland; 12mo. Zonrf. 1827 

Father and Daughter; a Tale, by Mrs. Opie,12mo. Lond. 1824 
Father Butler ; the Lough-Dearg Pilgrim, by William Carleton, 

18mo. Dublin, 1839 

Father Clement; a Roman Catholic Story, 18mo. Edinb. 1824 
Female Quixote ; or the Adventures of Arabella, by Charlotte 

Lennox, 2 vols. 12mo. Brit. Nov. vols. 24, 25 

Fidelia ; or the Prevalence of Fashion, a Romance, by Jos. 

Cradock Literary Memoirs, vol. 3 

Flirtation; a Novel, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Foresters (The) ; by the Author of " Lights and Shadows of 

Scottish Life, 12mo. Edinb. 1825 

Fortunes (The) of Nigel ; by the Author of " Waverley," 3 vols. 

12rao. Edinb. 1822 
another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1832 



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Fountains (The) ; a Fairy Tale, by Dr. S. Johnson Works, vol. 3 
Francesca Carrara ; by the Author of " Romance and Reality," 

3 vols. 12rao. Lorid. 1834 
Game of Life; by Leitch Ritchie, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 
Gaston de Blondeville ; or the Court of Henry III keeping 

Festival in Ardenne, a Romance : — St. Alban's Abbey; a 
Metrical Tale, with some Poetical Pieces, by A. RadclifTe, 

4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1826 
Gentleman (The) of the Old School; a Tale, by G. P. R. 

James, Esq., 3 vols. 12rao. Lond. 1839 

German Romance; Specimens of its chief Authors, with Biogra- 
phical and Critical Notices, 4 vols. sm. Svo. Edinb. 1827 

Vol. 1 MusiBus and La Motte Forque 

2 Tieck and Hoffmann 

3 J. P. F. Richter 

4 Goethe 

Ghost (The) Hunter and his Family ; by the O'Hara Family, 
12mo. Lond. 1833 

Gil Blas de Santillane, Histoire de, par Lesage, 4 tom. 12mo. 

Paris, 1813 

Gil Blas of Santillane, The Adventures of; translated from the 

French of Le Sage, by T. Smollett, M.D., 2 vols. 24mo. 

Lond. 1818 

Gipsy (The); a Tale, by the Author of "Richelieu," 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1835 

Governess (The); by the Countess of Blessington, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1839 
Grace Darling; or the Loss of the Forfarshire, a Tale, by a 
Young Lady, 12mo. Glasgow, 1840 

Granby; 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1826 

Grandison Sir Charles, History of; by Samuel Richardson, 
7 vols. 12mo. Brit. Nov. vols. 9 — 15 

Greville; or a Season in Paris, by Mrs. Gore, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1841 

Gulliver's Travels ; by Dr. Jonathan Swift Works, vol. 2 

Gumal et Lina; ou les Enfans Africains, par J. L. A. Dumas, 

3 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1818 

Guy Mannering; by the Author of " Waverley," 2 vols. 18mo. 

Novels and Tales, vols. 3, 4 

another copy, Svo. Paris, 1836 

2o 



282 BELLES LETTRES. 

Guzman D'Alfarache, Histoire de, par Lesage, 2 torn. 12tno. 

Paris, 1820 
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4 Maiolino Bisaccioni * 

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Lond. 1782 
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Brit. Nov. vols. 45 — 47 
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Londra, 1814 
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Our Village; Sketches of Rural Character and Scenery, by 

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another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1832 

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PoMPEY the Little, History of; by Mrs. Coventry 

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Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia, History of; by Dr. S. Johnson 

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another copy Brit. Nov. vol. 26 

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Romance of the Forest; by Mrs. RadclifFe, 2 vols. 12mo. 

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RoYSTON Gower; or the Days of King John, an Historical 

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Mendoza 
Mateo Aleman 
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Stolen (The) Child ; a Tale of the Town, by John Gait, Esq., 

12mo. Lond. 1833 

Stories for the Middle Ranks ; by Hannah More Works, vol. 4 

Stories of a Bride; 3 vols. 12rao. Lond. 1829 

Stories of Strange Lands ; and Fragments from the Notes of 

a Traveller; by Mrs. R. Lee, 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Stories of the Study; by John Gait, Esq., 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1833 
Stories of Waterloo ; and other Tales, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 

Story of a Life ; by the Author of " Sketches of India," 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1825 

Sketches of the Irish Character; by Mrs. S. C. Hall, 2 vols. 

ISmo. Lond. 1829 

Tale of a Tub; by Dr. Jonathan Swift Works, vol. I 

Tales and Sketches of the Scottish Peasantry ; by Alexander 

Bethune, Labourer, 12mo. Edinb. 1838 

Tales for the Common People; by Hannah More Works, \o\. 5 

Tales of a Briefless Barrister; 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1829 



FICTITIOUS NARRATIVE. 295 

Tales of a Traveller; by Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., [W. Irving] 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Tales of a Voyager to the Arctic Ocean; 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1826 
Tales of Fashionable Life; by Maria Edgeworth, vols. 1, 2, 3, 

and 6, 12mo. Lond. 1814 

Tales of Ireland ; by the Author of " Traits and Stories of the 

Irish Peasantry," 12rao. Dublin, 1834 

Tales of my Landlord ; by the Author of " Waverley," first 

series, 18mo. Novels and Tales, vols. 9 — 11 

The Black Dwarf 
Old Mortality 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1838 

Tales of my Landlord ; second series, 18mo. 

Novels and Tales, vols. 11 — 14 
The Heart of Mid- Lothian 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1 838 



Tales of my Landlord; third series, 18 mo. 

Novels and Tales, vols. 14 — 16 
The Bride of Lammermoor 
A Legend of Montrose 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1839 

Tales of my Landlord; fourth series, 4 vols. I2mo. Lond. 1832 

Count Robert of Paris 

Castle Dangerous 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1831 

Tales of the Ancient British Church ; by the Rev. Robert 

Wilson Evans, 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Tales of the Caravanserai. The Khan's Tale; by James B. 

Eraser, 12mo. Lo7id. 1833 

Tales of the Covenanters; by Robert Pollok, A.M., 18rao. 

Edinb. 1833 
Tales of the Crusaders ; by the Author of " Waverley," 4 vols. 

12mo. (two copies) Edinb. 1825 

another copy, 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1832 

Tales of the Early Ages; by the Author of '< Brambletye 

House," vols. 1, 3, 12mo. Zonrf. 1832 

Tales of the Great St. Bernard; 3 vols. 12mo, Lond. 1828 
Tales of the Peerage and the Peasantry; edited by Lady Dacre, 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1835 



296 BELLES LETTRES. 

Tales of the Ramad'han; by J. A. St. John, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1835 
Tales of the Saxons; by Emily Taylor, 12mo. Lond. 1832 
Tales of the Wars of Our Times ; by the Author of " Recollec- 
tions of the Peninsula," 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1829 
Tales of the West; by the Author of " Letters from the East," 
2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 
Tales of Venezuela; 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 
Tales by the O'Hara Family ; 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1825 
Tales by the O'Hara Family; second series, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1826 

Talisman (The) ; by the Author of " Waverley," 2 vols. 12mo. 

(two copies) Tales of the Crusaders 

another copy, 8vo. Paris, 1832 

T^LiiMAQUE, Les Adventures de; par Fenelon, 2 torn. 12mo. 

Paris, 1811 
Ten Thousand a Year; 3 vols. 12mo. Edinh. 1841 

Thaddeus of Warsaw; by Jane Porter, 12mo. Lond. 1831 
Tippoo Sultaun ; a Tale of the Mysore War, by Capt. Meadows 
Taylor, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Tom Jones, History of; by Henry Fielding', 3 vols. 12mo. 

Brit. Nov. vols. 19 — 21 
Tor (The) Hill; by the Author of " Brambletye House," 3 vols. 
12mo. Lond. 1826 

TouRNON Mademoiselle de, 2 torn. 12mo. Paris, 1820 

Tower (The) of London ; an Historical Romance, by William 
Harrison Ainsworth, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Traditions of Palestine; by Harriet Martineau, 12mo. 

Lond. 1830 
Traditions of the Rhine; by Charles Henry Knox, 12mo. 

Lond. 1840 
Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry ; 5 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1830—36 
Tremaine; or the Man of Refinement, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1825 
Traits of Travel ; or Tales of Men and Cities, by the Author 
of " Highways and By-ways," 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 

Trevelyan ; by the Author of " Marriage in High Life," 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 



FICTITIOUS NARRATIVE. 297 

Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, Life, and Opinions of; by the 

Rev. Lawrence Sterne Works, vols. 1 — 4 

Trois Nouvelles ; Mirza, Adelaide et Theodore, et Histoire de 

Pauline, par M*^^- De Stael (Euvres, torn. 2 

Trustee (The); by the Author of the Tragedy of " The Provost 

of Bruges," 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Truths and Fictions of the Middle Ages ; — The Merchant and 

the Friar; by Sir Francis Palgrave, 12mo. Lond. 1837 
Two (The) Admirals; a Tale of the Sea, by J. Fenimore Cooper, 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1842 

Two (The) Friends; a Novel, by the Countess of Blessington, 

3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Two Rectors; l2nio. Zone?. 1824 

Tylney Hall; by Thomas Hood, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 
Up the Rhine; by Thomas Hood, 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Usurer's (The) Daughter; by a Contributor to Blackwood's 

Magazine, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1832 

Valerius; a Roman Story, 3 vols. 12mo. Edinb. 1821 

Valnoir Madame de, ou I'fecole des Families, torn. 2 — 4, 

12mo. Paris, 1813 

Vargas; a Tale of Spain, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1822 

Vates ; or the Philosophy of Madness ; being an Account of 

the Life, Actions, Passions, and Principles of a Tragic 

Writer, part 1, 4to. Lond. 1840 

Vathek ; by William Beckford : — The Castle of Otranto ; by 

Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford : — The Bravo of Venice ; 

byM. G. Lewis, Esq., 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Venetia ; by the Author of" Vivian Grey," 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1837 
Veterans (The) of Chelsea Hospital; by the Author of "The 

Subaltern," 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1842 

Vicar (The) of WakeHeld ; by Oliver Goldsmith 

Misc. Works, vol. 1 

another copy, 12mo. Brit. Nov. vol. 23 

Village Dialogues; by Rev. Rowland Hill, A.M., 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1833 

Vivian Grey ; 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Wald Matthew, The History of; small 8vo. Edinb. 1824 

Walter Colyton ; a Tale of 1688, by the Author of " Bramble- 

tye House," 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 

2 Q 



298 BELLES LETTRES. 

Wauleigh; or the Fatal Oak, a Legend of Devon, by Mrs, 

Bray, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Waverley ; 2 vols. 18mo. Novels and Tales, vols. 1, 2. 

another copy, Svo. Paris, 1839 

Waverley Anecdotes ; Illustrative of the Incidents, Characters, 

and Scenery described in the Novels and Romances of 

Sir Walter Scott, Bart., 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Water (The) Witch; or the Skimmer of the Sea, by the Author 

of the " Borderers," 3 vols. l2mo. Lond. 1830 

Whims and Oddities ; second series, by Thomas Hood, 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 
Widow (The) Barnaby; by Frances Trollope, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1839 
WiLHELM Meister's Apprenticeship ; a Novel, from the German 

of Goethe, 3 vols. 12mo. Edinh. 1824 

Wondrous Tale of Alroy; and the Rise of Iskander; by the 

Author of " Vivian Grey," 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1833 
Woodstock ; or the Cavalier, by the Author of " Waverley," 

3 vols. 12mo. (two copies) Edinb. 1826 

another copy, Svo. Paris, 1841 

Young (The) Muscovite; or the Poles in Russia, edited by 

Capt. F. Chamier, R.N., 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 
Zadig, ou la Destin6e, par Voltaire (Euvres, torn. 8, part 1 
Zanoni ; by the Author of" Night and Morning," 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1842 
Zavde; a Spanish Romance, by M. Segray, translated by 

P. Porter, Esq., 12mo. Lond. 1690 

Zeluco; by Dr. Moore, 2 vols. 12mo. Brit. Nov. vols. 34, 35 
Zillah ; a Tale of the Holy City, by the Author of " Brambletye 

House," 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

ZoHRAB the Hostage; by the Author of " Hajji Baba," 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1832 



GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS. 299 



SECTION VIII. 

Greek and Latin Classics and Translations. 

^LiANi Claudii, Opera Omnia, folio Tiguri, 1548 — 56 

De Natura Animalium, lib, xvii, Schneideri, 8vo. 

Lips. 1784 

Varia Historia, Lehnerti, 8vo. Lips. 1794 

^scHYLi, Tragoedise, Gr. et. Lat., k Scliutz, 5 torn. 8vo. 

Halce, 1809—21 

Persse, a Blomfield, 8vo.- Cant. 1818 

Agamemnon, a Blomfield, 8vo. Cant. 1822 

Choephoree, k Blomfield, 8vo. Cant. 1824 

Septem Contra Thebas, a Blomfield, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Prometheus Vinctus, k Blomfield, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

^SlscHYLUs, Tragedies of; translated by R. Potter, 8vo. 

Oxf. 1812 
Ammiani Marcellini, Res Gestee, cura Jac. Gronovii, 4to. 

Lug. Bat. 1693 
Anacreontis Teii, Carmina Greec^, cura J. F. Fischeri, 8vo. 

Lips. 1793 

Anacreon, The Odes of, translated with Notes, by T. Moore, 

2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1820 

The Odes of; translated by T. Girdlestone, M.D.^ 

12mo. Yarmouth, 1803 

Works of; translated by F. Fawkes Chalmers, vol. 20 



Anacreontis et Sapphonis Carmina, Gr. et Lat., cum Notis 

perpetuis, 12mo. Lond. 1733 

Analecta Veterum Poetarum Greccorum, editore R. F. P. 

Brunck, 3 torn. 8vo. Argent, 1776 

Apoljlonii Rhodii A rgonautica Greece ; cum Notis et Varietate 

Lectionis, edidit R. F. P. Brunck, 2 tom. 8vo. 

Lips. 1810—13 
Apollonius Rhodius, The Argonauticsof; translated by Francis 

Fawkes, 8 vo. Lond. 1780 
another copy Chalmers, vol. 20 



300 BELLES LETTRES. 

Apuleii, Opera Omnia, 2 torn. 8vo. Biponti, 1788 

Aristophanis Comoediae ; Beckii, Invernizii, et Dindorfii, vols. 

1— ll,8vo. Zi;)s. 1794— 1823 

Aristophanes, Comedies of; translated by T. Mitchell, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1820—22 

The Birds of; translated with Notes, by the Rev. 

Henry Fr. Gary, A.M., 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Aristotelis, Opera, Gr. et Lat., cura J. Casauboni, 2 torn, in 1, 

folio Aurel. Allobr. 1605 

— Opera Omnia, Gr. et Lat., k Buhle, torn. 1 — 5, 8vo. 

Biponti, 1791—1800 
Aristotle, Works, translated by Thomas Taylor, 7 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1810—11 
Vol. i On the Parts and Progressive Motion of Animals; The Pro- 
blems ; On Indivisible Lines ; Elements of the true Arith- 
metic of Infinites 

2 On the Heavens ; On Generation and Corruption ; On Meteors 

3 History of Animals ; Treatise on Physiognomy 

4 On the Soul ; On Sense and Sensibles ; On Memory and Re- 

miniscence; On Sleep and Wakefulness; On Dreams; On 
Divination by Sleep ; On the common Motion of Animals ; 
On the Generation of Animals ; On Length and Shortness 
of Life ; On Youth and Old Age, Life and Death ; On 
Respiration 

5 The Organon, or Logical Treatises 

6 The Physics 

7 The Art of Rhetoric ; The Poetic ; The Nicomachean Ethics 

Aristotle, Ethics and Politics, translated by J. Gillies, LL.D., 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813 
Treatise on Poetry, translated by Thos. Twining, M.A., 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1812 

Arriani, Expeditio Alexandri et Hist. Indica, llaphdii, 8vo. 

Amst. 1757 
Arrian's History of Alexander's Expedition, translated with 

Notes by John Rooke, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1729 

Athen;f.i Deipnosophistee, Gr. et Lat., Schweigheeuseri, 14 vols. 

Bvo. Argent. 18D1 

AuLi Gellii Noctes Atticte, Gronovii et Conradi, 2 torn. 8vo. 

Lips. 1762 
AusoNii D., Opera, Jacobus Tollius recensuit, 8vo. Amst. 1671 
BioN and Moschus, Idylliums, translated by Fawkes 

Chalmers, vol. 20 



GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS. 301 

C.tSARis C. J., Opera, cum notis Var. et Oudendorpii, 4to. 

Lug. Bat. 1737 

CiESAH C. J., Commentaries of; translated into English, with a 
Discourse concerning the Roman Art of War, by "William 
Duncan, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1809 

Callimachi quse supersunt recensuit, et cum Notarum delectu, 
edidit Car. Jac, Blomfield, 8vo. Lond. 1815 

Catulli, Carmina, Doering, 2 tom. in 1, 8vo. Lips. 1788 

Catullus, Tibullus, et Propertius, cura Gabbema, 8vo. 

Traj. ad R hen. 1659 

Cicero N is M. T., Opera cura Ernesti, cum notis et Clave 
Ciceroniana, 8 vols. 8vo. Hal^, 1774 — 77 

CicERON, Lettres de, a Atticus, et le Texte Latin de Grgevius, 
par I'Abbe Mongault, 6 tom. 12mo. Amst. 1741 

Cicero Marcus T., Letters to several of his Friends, with Re- 
marks by Wm. Melmoth, Esq., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1814 

Cato and Lselius ; or Essays on Old Age and Friend- 
ship, translated with Remarks by Wm. Melmoth, Esq., 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1777 

CoLUTHus, Rape of Helen, translated byFawkesCAaZwier5,vol.20 

Demosthenes, Orations, translated by Thomas Leland, D.D., 
2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1814 

DiODORi Siculi, Bibliotheca Historica, Gr. et. Lat., cum notis 
Variorum et Wesselingii, Heynii, et Eryngii, 1 1 tom. Svo. 

Biponti, 1793—1807 

DiODORUs the Siciliaa, his Historical Library, &c., translated 
from the Greek, by Geo. Booth, folio Lond. 1700 

DiOGENis Laertii, Gr. et Lat., cum notis Variorum et Meiboraii, 
2 tom. 4to. Atnst. 1692 

Dion Cassius, History of; trans, from the Greek, by Manning, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1704 

DioNYsii Halicarnassensis, Opera Omnia, Gr. et Lat., curante 
J. J. Reiske, 6 tom. Svo. Lips. 1774 — 77 

DioNYSius Halicarnassensis, The Roman Antiquities of; trans- 
lated with Notes and Dissertations, by Edward Spelman, 
4 vols, in 2, 4to. *Lond. 1758 

Epictetus, Enchiridion of, translated by Lady M. W. Montagu 

Works, vol. 1 

Epistles of Cicero to Brutus, and of Brutus to Cicero ; with 
Notes, &c., by Conyers Middleton, D.D Works, vol. 4 



302 BELLES LETTRES. 

EuRiPiDis, Opera, Gr. et Lat., Matthise, 9 vols. 8vo. 

Lips. 1813—29 

Bacchee, a P. Elmsley, 8vo. Oxf. 1821 

Medea, a P. Elmsley, 8vo. Oxf. 1818 

Orestes, Medea, Hecuba, et Phcenissse, Greece, k R. 

Porson, 8vo. Lond. 1818—21 

Euripides, Tragedies of, translated by R. Potter, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1808 
Herodiani, Historia, Gr. et Lat., cum notis et Commentario, 

Irmischii, 5 torn. 8vo. Lips. 1789—1805 

Herodoti, Opera, cura Schweigheeuseri, 6 tom. 8vo. 

Argent. 1816 
HiRODOTE, Histoire d', trad, du Grec, avec des Remarques 

Historiques et Critiques, un Essai sur la Chronologie 

d'Herodote, et une Table Geographique, par Pierre- Hen. 

Larcher, 9 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1802 

Herodotus, translated with Notes, by the Rev. William Beloe, 

4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1806 

Hesiod, Works, translated by Cooke Chalmers, vol. 20 

Homeri, Opera Omnia, curS. Ernesti, 5 vols. Bvo. Glasg. 1814 

llias, Gr. et Lat., k Heyne, 8 vols. 8vo. Lips. 1802 

Homer, Iliad and Odyssey, trans, by Pope Chalmers, vol. 19 
The Iliad and the Odyssey ; translated into English 

blank verse, by William Cowper, [reprinted from the first 

edition] Works, by Southey, vols. 11 — 14 
The Iliad of; translated by William Cowper, with 

alterations and Notes by the Translator, and a Preface 

by J. Johnson, LL.D., fourth edition, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1817 
The Odyssey of; translated by William Cowper, with 

alterations and Notes by the Translator, and a Preface 

by J. Johnson, LL.D., fourth edition, 2 vols. 12n)o. 

Lond. 1817 

Iliad, translated by William Sotheby, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1831 

Translations from, by John Dryden Works, vol. 12 

Homer's Works, An Essay towards a Translation of; by J. N. 

Scott, Lond. \155 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

HoRATii, Opera, ex recensione R. Bentleii, 4to. Amst. 1728 

Opera, cum notis Baxteri, Gcsneri et Zeunii, 8vo. 

yLips. 1815 



GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS. 

HoRATii, Epistolee, with English Commentary and Notes, «&:c., 

by Hurd, 2 vols. ]2mo. Camb. 1757 

Horace, Works, translated by Francis Chalmers, vol. 19 

Les CEuvres de, avec notes par Dacier, 10 vols. 12rao. 

Paris, 1691 

Translations from, by John Dryden Works, vol. 12 

Howes Rev. F., Miscellaneous Poetical Translations, 12mo. 

Lond. 1806 
IsocRATis, Opera Omnia, Gr. et Lat., curS. Augeri, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Paris, 1782 
JosEPHi Flav., Opera, Gr. et. Lat., ad Editionem Havercampii, 

curavit Fr. Oberthiir, 3 vols. 8vo. Lips. 1782 — 85 

JosEPHus Flavins, Works, translated by Wm, Whiston, A.M., 

4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

JuvEKALis D. Junii, Satirse, k G. A. Ruperti, 2 tom. 8vo. 

Lips. 1801 
JuvENALis D. Junius, The Satires of; translated into English 

Verse, by William Gifford, Esq., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1817 

Satires, translated by John Dryden Chalmers, vol. 19 

Translations from, by John Dryden Works, vol. 13 

Livii Historise, cum notis Drakenborchii et Crevierii, 4 tom. 

8vo. Oxf. 1818 

Livy's History of Rome, translated by George Baker, A.M., 

6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1814 

LoNGiNi de Sublimitate, Gr. et Lat., a Weiske, 8vo. Lips. 1809 
LoNGiNus Dion., On the Subhme; translated with Notes, Life, 

&c., by William Smith, A.M., 8vo. Lond. 1739 

LoNGiNUs on the Sublime in Writing; translated with Notes 

and Dissertations, by Rev. William Tylney Spurdens, 4to. 

Lond. 1836 
LucANi, Pharsalia, cum notis var. k Car. Fred. Weber, 2 tom. 

8vo. Lips. 1821 

LuCAN, Pharsalia; Translated by Rowe Chalmers, vol. 20 

LuciANi, Opera, Gr. cum nova versione Lat. Tib. Hemsterhusii 

et Jo. Mat. Gesneri, Gr. scholiis ac notis varior. cura Tib. 

Hemsterhusii et Jo. F. Reitzii, 3 vols. 4to. Amst. 1743 — 

Index Lucianeus, sive Lexicon concinnatum k Car. Conr. 

Reitzii, 4to. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1746 

LuciAN of Samosata; translated, with comments, &c., by Wm. 

Tooke, F.R.S., 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1820 



304 BELLES LETTRES. 

LucRETii T. Carii, De Rerum Natura, Libri sex, a Wakefield, 

4 vols. 8vo. Glasg. 1813 

Lucretius T. Cams, On the Nature of Things, translated by 

Thomas Creech, 2 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1722 

Translations from, by John Dryden Works, vol. 12 

Lysine, Opera Omnia, Gr, et Lat., cxxrk Augeri, 2 vols. Bvo. 

Paris, 1783 
Martialis M. Val. Epigrammata, 2 torn. Bvo. Bipont. 17B4 

Epigrammata, 12mo. Lug. 1512 

Metastasio Pietro, Traduzioni Opere, torn. 15 

Estratto dell' arte Poetica d' Aristotile Opere, tom. Ifcl 

MusvEus, The Loves of Hero and Leander, translated by Fawkes 

Chalmers, vol. 20 

Oratores Grseci, edidit Greece, et partim Latiue, J. J. Reiskius, 

12 vols. Bvo. Lips. 1770—5 

^schines, in vol. 3, 4 ; Alcidamas, vol. 8 ; Andocides, vol. 4, Latine et 

Notse, vol. 8 ; Antisthenes, vol. 8 ; Antiphon, vol. 7, Latine, vol. 8 ; 

Demosthenes, vols. 1, 2, 4, Notas, vols. 8, ad 12; Dinarchus, vol. 4, 

NotsB, vol. 8 ; Gorgias, vol. 8 ; Gregorius, vol. 8 ; Herodes Atticus, 

vol. 8 ; IsiBUS, vol. 7 ; Lesbonax, vol. 8 ; Lycurgus, vol. 4, Notae, vol. 8 

Lysias, vols. 5, 6 ; Ruhnkenius, vol. 8 

OviDii P. N., Opera, e textu Burmanni cum Notis Bentleii 

hactenus ineditis, necnon Harlesii, Gierigii, Burmanni, 

Lemairii, et aliorum selectissimis, 5 vols. 8vo. Oxon. 1825 

Opera, cur^ Mitscherlich, 2 tom. Bvo. Gott. 1798 

Ovid, Metamorphoses, translated by Garth Chalmers, vol. 20 
Epistles, Metamorphoses and Art of Love ; transla- 
tions from, by John Dryden Works, vol. 12 
Paraphrase of an Anonymous Greek Writer on the Nichoma- 
chean Ethics of Aristotle ; translated by Wm, Bridgeman, 
4to. Lond. 1807 
Pausanle, Grseciee Descriptio, Gr. et lAt., Facii, 4 tom. Bvo. 

Lips. 1794—6 

Pausanias, Description of Greece, translated, with Notes, by 

Thomas Taylor, 3 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1794 

Persii, Satires, a Koenig, Bvo. Gott, 1803 

Persius Aulus, The Satires of; translated into English Verse, 

by Wm. Gifford, Esq. With Gifford's Juvenal 

Satires of, translated, with Notes, by Rev. F. Howes, 

Bvo. Lond. 1809 

-J Translations from, by John Dryden Works, vol. 13 



GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS. 305 

Philostratorum quse supersunt omnia, Gr. et Lat. cum notis, 

G. Olearii, folio Lips. 1709 

PiNDARi Carmina cum lectionis varietate et Adnotationibus, 

cura Chr. Gottl. Heyne, 3 vols. 8vo. Gottingce, 1798 
Pindar's Works; to which is prefixed a Dissertation on the 

Olympick Games, by Gilbert West, 4to. Lond. 1749 
Platonis PhiJosophi quse extant Greece, ad Editionem Henrici 

Stephani accurate expressa cum Marsilii Ficini interpre- 

tatione. Accedit varietas Lectionis, 12 torn. 8vo. 

Biponti, 1781—86 
Euthydemus et Gorgias, ex rec. et notis M. J. Routh, 

8vo. Oxon. 1784 

Platonics Lectiones, eruit Thomas Gaisford, A.M., accedunt 

Ricardi Porsoni, Annotata ad Pausaniam, 8vo. Oxon. 1820 
Platonicarum vocum Lexicon Timaei Sophistse illustravit 

David Ruhnkenius, 3rd edition, 8vo. Londini, 1824 

Plauti Comoedise, recensuit B. F. Schmieder, cum ejusd. 

Comment, perpetuo, 2 vols. 8vo. Gott. 1804 

Plautus, Comedies, translated by B. Thornton and R. Warner, 

5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1769 

Plinii Secundi, Naturalis Historia, Franzii, 10 vols. 8vo. 

Lips. 1778 
Plinii Secundi, junioris, Epistolse et Panegyricus, a G. E. 

Gierig, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lips. 1806 

Plinio Panegirico di, Tradotto da Vittorio Alfieri 

Prose di Alfieri 
Pliny's Letters, with Remarks by Wm. Melmoth, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1786 
Plutarchi, Opera Omnia, Gr. et Lat., Reiskii, 12 vols. 8vo. 

Lips. niA 
Plutarch's Lives, translated by J. and W. Langhorne, and 

revised by Rev. F. Wrangham, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813 
PoETiE Minores Graeci, cum varietate lectionis et Notis Thomse 

Gaisford. Accedunt Scholia in Hesiodum et Theocritum 

e Codd. MSS. 4 tom. 8vo. Oxonii, 1814—20 

Vol. 1 Hesiodus; Theognis; Archilochus; Solon; Simonides; Mimner- 
mus; Callinus Ephesius; Tyrtaeus; Phocylides; Naumachius; 
Linus; Panyasis; Rhianus; Euenus; Pythagoras 
2 Theocritus ; Bion ; Moschus 
3 & 4 Scholia ad Hesiodum et Theocritum 

2 R 



306 BELLES LETTRES. 

PoLYBii Historiarum Libri qui supersunt, Gr. et Lat., cum Notis 
Variorum et suis, necnon Indice, et Lexico Polybiano. 
Edidit Jo. Schweighaeuser, 9 torn. 8vo. Lips. 1789 — 95 
SuppLEMENTUM Editionis Polybii Schweighaeuserianse, 
continens CEnese Tactici Comment. Gr. et Lat. Casaubo- 
ni, aliorumque et suis adnotationibus illustravit Orellius, 
8vo. Lips. 1818 

PoLYEius, General History of, translated by Mr. Hampton, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1809 

and his Writings, Character of; by John Dryden 

Works, vol. 18 

Propertii S. a. Carmina, rec. C. T. Kuinoel, 2 torn. 8vo. 

Lipsice, 1805 

QuiNTiLiAKi, Institutiones Oratorise, ad Codicum Veterum 
Fidem recensuit, et Annotatione explanavit G. L. Spald- 
mg, 4 vols. 8vo. Lips. 1798—1816 

QuiNTE Curce, trad, par M. de Vaugelas, 12mo. Amst. 1696 

Sallustii C. C, Opera, Notis illustravit H. Kunhardt, 8vo. 

Lips. 1809 

Sallust, Works of, translated by A. Murphy, 8vo. Lond. 1807 

Sappho, Works, translated by Fawkes Chalmers, vol. 20 

Scott T., Table of Cebes, or the Picture of Human Life, Lond. 
1754 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

ScRiPTORES Historise Romanse Latini veteres, notis variis illus- 
trati, k C. IJ. de Klettenberg et Waldeck; in unum re- 
dacti corpus, edente B. C. Haurisio, 3 tom. folio 

Heidel. 1743—48 

Tom. 1 Titi Livii Patavini Historiarum Libri qutie exstant 

2 MessalliD Corvini ad Octavianum Augustum de Progenie suit 

Libellus 
L. A. Flori Epitome Rerum Romanarum 
C. V. Paterculi Historia Romana 
Sexti Aurel. Victoris Origo Gentis Romanes 
Sextus Aurelius Victor de Viris illustribus Romae ; cui adjungi* 

tur; ejusdcm Historia abbreviata de Ccesaribus; et itidem, 

ejusdem Epitome de vitis ct moribus Imperatorum 
Sexti Rufi Breviarium Rerum gestarum Populi Romani, ad 

Valentinianum Augustum 
Eutropii Breviarium Historioe Romanro, ab Urbe cond. ad 

annum ejusdem Urbis mcix 
Paulli Diaconi de gcstis Romanorum ad Eutropii Historiam 

Libri additi 



GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS. SOf 

ScRiPTORES Historise : continued 

Tom. 2 M. Aurelii Cassiodori Chronicon, ad Theodericum Regem 

Jordanis seu Joraandes de Regnorum et Temporum succes- 

sione 
Historise Augustse Scriptores sex : — ^lius Spartianus ; Julius 

Capitolinus ; jElius Lampridius ; Vulcatius Gallicanus ; Tre- 

bellius Pollio ; Flavius Vopiscus 
Ammiani Marcellini Rerum Gestarum qui de xxxi supereunt 

Libri xvin 
Justini Historiarum Philippicarum et totius Mundi Originum et 

Terrae situs, ex Trogo Pompeio Libri XLiv 
C. Sallustii Crispi Opera quae exstant, omnia 
3 C. Suetonii Tranquilli Opera 
C. Comelii Taciti Opera 
C. J. Csesaris Commentarii, ejusque alia Opera 
Pomponii Laeti Romanae Historiae compendium, ab interitu 

Gordiani Junioris, usque ad Justinum III 
J. B. Egnatii de Romanis Principibus Libri iii 
And. Alciati de Magistratibus civilibusque et militaribus officiis 

Libellus 
Publii Victoris de Regionibus Urbis Romse Libellus 
Anonymus de Origine Urbis Romae 

Senecae L. Annaei, Opera Omnia, 5 torn. l8mo. Lips. 1832 
SoPHOCLis, Opera, Gr. et Lat., cura Erfurdt, 7 vols. 8vo. 

Lips. 1802—25 

(Edipus Coloneus, e recensione P. Elmsley, 8vo. 

Oxon. 1823 

(Edipus Tyrannus, ex recensione P. Elmsley, 8vo. 

Oxon. 1825 
■_ (Edipus Tyrannus, with Notes, by T. Mitchell, A.M., 

8vo. Oxford, 1841 

Sophocles, Tragedies of, translated by Thomas Francklin, D.D., 

8vo. Lond. 1793 

Tragedies of, trans, by R. Potter, 8vo. Oxford, 1813 

Statu Publ. Papin., Opera, cum Notis Variorum et Johan. 

Veenhusen, 8vo. Lugd. Bat. 1671 

Statius, The Thebaid of, translated by Lewis Chalmers, vol. 20 
Strabonis, Rerum Geographicarum, lib. xvii, Gr. et Lat., cum 

notis variorum, cura Siebenkees, Tzschvcke, et Friede- 

mann, 7 torn. 8vo. Lips. 1818 

Suetonii C. Tranquilli, Opera; Wolfii, 4 vols. 8vo. Lips. 1802 
Suetonius C. Tranquillus, The Lives of the first Twelve Caesars, 

translated by Alex. Thompson, M.D., 8vo. Lond. 1796 



308 BELLES LETTBE«. 

SuLPiciA — see Tibullus 

Taciti C. Cornelii, Opera, ex recensione cum Notis, Jac. 

Gronovii, 2 vols. 4to. Traj. 1721 

Tacitus Cornelius, Works of, translated, with Notes, &c., by 

Arthur Murphy, 8 vols. 8vo. Lonrf. 1807 

Terentii p. Afri, Comoedise, Phaedri Fabulse, Publii Syri, et 

Aliorum Veterum Sententise, ex recensione R. Bentleii, 

4to. . Camb. 1726 

Terence, Comedies, avec des remarques par Dacier, 3 torn. 

12mo. Amst. 1706 
Comedies, in Enghsh Blank Verse, translated by G. 

Colman, 8vo. Loud. 1810 

Theocritus, The Idylliums, translated by Fawkes 

Chalmers, vol. 20 

Translations from, by John Dryden Works, vol. 12 

Thucydidis, de bello Peloponnesiaco, libri viii, Gr. et Lat., 

Baveri, 2 tom. 4to. Lips. 1790—1804 

Gr. cur^ Bekkeri, 8vo. Oxford, 1824 

Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War, translated, 

with three Preliminary Discourses, by Wm. Smith, A.M., 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1812 

TiBULLi, Carmina libri tres, cum libro quarto Sulpiciae, cur^ 

Wunderlichii, 8vo. Lips. 1817 

Tibullus, Elegies of, and the Poems of Sulpicia, translated by 

Grainger, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1759 

another copy Chalmers, vol. 20 

ViRGiLii P. M., Opera, cura C. G. Heyne, 6 vols. 8vo. 

Lips. 1800 
Georgicorum, libri quatuor, with an English Trans- 
lation and Notes, by John Martyn, 8vo. Lond. 1746 
Virgil, Works of; translated by the Earl of Lauderdale, 2 vols. 

18mo. Lond. n. d. 

. Works of; translated by John Dryden 

Dryden' s Works, vols. 13 — 15 

another copy Chalmers, vol. 19 

jEneid, translated by Pitt Chalmers, vol. 19 

Xenophontis, Opera, Gr. et Lat., Schneideri et Zeunii, 6 tom. 

8vo. Lips. 1815 

Xenopiion, Memoirs of Socrates, translated by Sarah Fielding, 

8vo. Lond. 1767 



LITERARY MISCELLANIES. 309 

Xenophon, Cyropaedia ; or the Institution of Cyrus, translated 
by the Hon. Maurice Ashley, 8vo. Lond. 1803 

Expedition of Cyrus into Persia, and the retreat of 

the Ten Thousand Greeks, trans, by Edward Spelman, 
8vo. Lond. 1811 

History of the Affairs of Greece, translated by Wm. 

Smith, D.D., 8vo. Lond. 1812 



SECTION IX. 

Literary Miscellanies. 

Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey ; by the Author of " The 
Sketch Book," 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Adventurer (The) Johnson s Works, vol. 3 

Alfieri Vittorio, Prose Originali di, 2 torn. 18mo. 

Piacenza, 1810 

Alfred (The) Subscription ; Laws and List of the Members, 

1820 Donat. Pam. 2 

Babylon the Great; or Men and things in the British Capital, 

2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Babylon the Great; (A Second Judgment of,) or More Men 

and Things in the British Capital, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 

Badeley J., (M.D.) A Narrative of the extraordinary Cure 

performed by Prince A. Hohenlohe, on Miss B. O'Connor 

Pamphleteer, vol. 21 
Blessington, Countess of. Desultory Thoughts and Reflections, 
18mo. Lond. 1839 

British Essayists ; by Rev. L. T, Berguer, 45 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1823 

Vol. 1—3 Tatler; 6—15 Spectator; 16—18 Guardian; 19—22 Ram- 
bler; 23—23 Adventurer; 26—29 World; 30—32 Connoisseur; 
33 Idler; 34, 33 Mirror; 36, 37 Lounger; 38—40 Observer; 
41 011a Podrida ; 42 — 44 Winter Evenings ; 43 Microcosm 



310 BELLES LETTRES. 

Brown Sir Thomas, Certain Miscellany Tracts Works 

BucKLAND A. C, Letters on the Importance, Duty, and Ad- 
vantages of Early Rising, I2mo. Lond. 1823 

BuLWEK Edw. L., England and the English, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1833 

BuLWER Henry L., France; Social, Literary, and Political, 
2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1834 

France ; second series, (Monarchy of the Middle 

Classes,) 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Buonaparte Napoleon; Historic Doubts relative to 

Pamphleteer, vol. 27 

Butler Charles, Reminiscences of, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 — 7 

Cabinet (The) Cyclopsedia; edited by the Rev. Dionysius 
Lardner, LL.D. v. y. 

HISTORY. 

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Scotland , 2 vols. Sir Walter Scott 

United States of America . . 2 vols. 

France 3 vols. E. E. Crow 

Netherlands 1 vol. T. C. Grattan 

Switzerland 1 vol. 

Poland 1 vol. S. A. Dunham 

Germanic Empire 3 vols. S. A. Dunham 

Denmark, Sweden, & Norway 3 vols. S. A. Dunham 

Russia 3 vols. 

Spain and Portugal 5 vols, S. A. Dunham 

Europe, during the Middle > , . ^ , 

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Ages $ 

Italian Republics 1 vol, J. de Sismondi 

Fall of the Roman Empire . • 2 vols. J. de Sismondi 

Rome 2 vols. 

Greece 7 vols. Rev. C. Thirlwall 

Grecian & Roman Antiquities 2 vols. 

The Church 2 vols. Rev, H. Stebbing . 

The Reformation 2 vols. Rev, H, Stebbing 

Maritime Discovery ...... 3 vols, W. D. Cooley 

Cities and principal Towns in f 

the World } 1 ^«'- 

Outlines of History 1 vol. T. Keightley 

Chronology of History .... 1 vol. Sir H, Nicolas 

BIOGRAPHY, 

British Lawyers 1 vol, by H, Roscoc 

British Military Commanders 3 vols. Rev. G, R, Glcig 



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311 



Cabinet (The) Cyclopcedia : continued 



BIOGRAPHY. 

British Naval Commanders 5 vols, by R. Southey 

British Statesmen 7 vols. Sir J. Mackintosh, &c. 

Foreign Statesmen 5 vols. G. P. R. James, &c. 

Literary and Scientific Men i 

of Great Britain J ^ ^^'^• 

Literary and Scientific Men j 

of France \ ^ ^"^'- ^''- ^^^"^y- *^ 

Literary and Scientific Men ■) 

of Italy, Spain, & Portugal } ^ ^«'^- ^' Montgomery, &c. 

Lives of English Poets .... 2 vols. Robert Bell, Esq. 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, ETC. 

Preliminary Discourse .... 1 vol. by Sir J. Herschel 

History of Natural Philosophy 1 vol. Professor Powell 

Treatise on Arithmetic .... 1 vol. Dr. Lardner 

Treatise on Astronomy .... 1 vol. Sir J. Herschel 

Treatise on Mechanics .... 1 vol. Capt. Kater and Dr. Lardner 

Treatise on Optics 1 vol. Sir D. Brewster 

Treatise on Heat 1 vol. Dr. Lardner 

Treatise on Chemistry .... 1 vol. Professor Donovan 
Treatise on Hydrostatics, and i 

Pneumatics } ^ ^«1- ^'- ^^'^''^' 

Treatise on Geometry, and its j 

application to the Arts . . J ^ ^°1- ^'- ^^'^''^' 

Essay on Probabilities .... 1 vol. Professor De Morgan 

A Manual of Electricity, Mag- i 

netism, and Meteorology . . ) 

ARTS AND MANUFACTURES. 

Brewing, Baking, &c 2 vols, by Professor Donovan 

Silk Manufacture 1 vol. 

. Manufactures in Metal .... 3 vols. 

Porcelain and Glass ] vol. 

NATURAL HISTORY. 

Preliminary Discourse .... 1 vol. by- W. Swainson 

Geology > . . . 2 vols. Professor Phillips 

Botany 1 vol. Rev. J. S. Henslow 

Geography and Classification » 

of Animals [ ^ ^°1- W. Swainson 

Quadrupeds 1 vol. W. Swainson 

Birds 2 vols. W. Swainson 

Fishes 2 vols. W. Swainson 

Animals in Menageries .... 1 vol. W. Swainson 
Taxidenny; with the Biogra- 7 

phy of Zoologists \ 1 ^°1- ^^- S^^'"««" 



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Cabinet (The) Cyclopaedia : continued 

NATURAL HISTORY. 



Treatise on Malacology .... 1 vol. by W. Svfeinson 

On the Habits and Instincts of 3 

Animals 

On the History and Naturals ,Tr ^ . 

. i e J t f 1 vol. W. Swainson 

Arrangement of Insects . . J 



> 1 vol. W. Swainson 



Cabinet (The) ; by a Society of Gentlemen, 3 vols, in I, small 

8vo. Norwich, 1795 

Chalmers T., (D.D.) Speeches and Tracts, 8vo. Glasg. 1824 
Channing W. E., (D.D.) Thoughts on Power and Greatness; 

Political, Intellectual, and Moral Works 

Chelsea Hospital, and its Traditions; by the Author of "The 

Subaltern," small 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Citation and Examination of Wm. Shakspeare, Euseby Treen, 

Jos. Carnaby, and Silas Gough, Clerk, before Sir Thos. 

Lucy, Knight, touching Deer-Stealing on the 19th Sept., 

1582, 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Clubs of London ; with Anecdotes of their Members, Sketches 

of Character and Conversations, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1 828 
Coleridge Samuel T., Specimens of his Table Talk, 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1835 

Colton Rev. C. C, Lacon; or Many Things in Few Words, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Comic (The) Latin Grammar ; a new and facetious Introduction 

to the Latin Tongue, 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Conversations at the Work Table ; by a Mother, [Mrs. A. 

Barnard,] 18mo. Lond. 1834 

DTsraeli I., Curiosities of Literature, 5 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

Curiosties of Literature, second series, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 
Amenities of Literature, consisting of Sketches and 

Characters of English Literature, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 
Donation Pamphlets, comprising the collection of the late Sir 

John Cox Hippisley, Bart, and others, presented to the 

Institution by various members, 1 vol. folio, 6 vols. 4to. 

18 vols. 12mo. and 107 vols. 8vo. 

The title of each Pamphlet is given in its respective section, with a 
reference to the vol. in which it is contained. 



LITERARY MISCELLANIES. 313 

Drake Nathan, (M.D.) Essays, Biographical, Critical, and 
Historical, on the Tatler, Spectator, Guardian, Rambler, 
Adventurer, Idler, &c., 5 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1805 — 10 

Literary Hours ; or Sketches, Critical, Narrative, and 

Poetical, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1820 

Winter Nights ; or Fire-Side Lucubrations, 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1820 

Evenings in Autumn ; Essays, Narrative and Miscel- 
laneous, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1822 

Noontide Leisure ; or Sketches in Summer, 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1822 

Mornings in Spring ; or Retrospections, Biographical, 



Critical, and Historical, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Elia ; Essays which have appeared under that Signature in the 

London Magazine, [by Charles Lamb,] 12mo. Lond. 1823 

The Last Essays of, 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Emerson E. W,, Essays; with Preface, by Thomas Carlyle, 
12mo. Lond. 1841 

Essays written in the Intervals of Business, 12mo. Lond. 1841 
Essays and Sketches of Life and Character, 12mo. Lond. 1823 
Family Library, 18mo. 

Blunt Rev. J. J., Sketch of the Reformation in England 

Brewster Sir D., Letters on Natural Magic 

Court and Camp of Buonaparte 

Cunningham Allan, Lives of British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, 
6 vols. 

Davenport R. A., History of the Bastile 

Gleig Rev. R., History of the British Empire in India, 4 vols. 

Head Major F. B., Life of Bruce, the African Traveller 

Insects, Natural History of, 2 vols. 

Irving W., Voyages of the Companions of Columbus 

Jews, History of the, 3 vols. 

Lander R. and J. , Expedition to Explore the Course of the Niger, 3 vols. 

Lives of British Physicians 

Mutiny of the Bounty, History of the 

Napoleon, Life of, 2 vols. 

Newton Sir I., Life of, by Dr. Brewster 

Palgrave F., History of England, vol. 1, Anglo-Saxon period 

Peter the Great, Life of 

Scott Sir W., Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft 

Sketches from Venetian History, 2 vols. 

Trial of Charles the First 

Tour through South Holland, up the Rhine, &c. 

Tytler P. F., Lives of Scottish Worthies, 3 vols. 

Williams Rev. J., Life of Alexander the Great 2 s 



314 BELLES LETTRES. 

Fanaticism ; by the Author of " Natural History of Enthusi- 
asm," 8vo. Lond. 1833 
Foster John, Essays, Svo. Oxf. 1811 
Fragments from German Prose Writers ; translated by Sarah 
Austin, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 
Frederic II, (King of Prussia,) Dialogues of the Dead 

Works, vol. 5 
Fry Caroline, The Listener, 2 vols. 12rao. Lond. 1830 

Fugitive Pieces, on various subjects ; by several Authors, pub- 
lished by Robert Dodsley, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1771 

Vol. 1 Crito ; or a Dialogue on Beauty, by Sir Harry Beaumont 

An Account of the Emperor of China's Garden, near Pekin ; 

translated from the French, by Sir Harry Beaumont 
Deformity ; an Essay, by Wm. Hay 
Lucina sine Concubitu; addressed to the Royal Society, by 

Abraham Johnson 
A modest Defence of Gaming, 1754 
The Pretty Gentleman, 1747 
The Polite Philosopher; an Essay, 1734 
Plan of an Essay on Delicacy ; in two Dialogues, by Nathaniel 

Lancaster, 1748 
Vol. 2 A Vindication of Natural Society ; written in the Character of 

a late Noble Author 
History and Antiquities of the Ancient Villa of Wheatfield, in 

the County of Suffolk, 1758 
Fragments of Ancient Poetry, collected in the Highlands of 

Scotland ; translated from the Gaelic or Erse Language, 

1760 
An account of Russia, in the year 1710; by Lord Whitworth, 

1758 
A Journey into England, in the year 1598; by P. Hentzner, 

1757 
A Project for raising an Hospital for Decayed Authors; by 

John Gilbert Cooper 
A Parallel, in the Manner of Plutarch, between a Celebrated 

Man of Florence (Magliabechi,) and one scarce ever heard 

of in England, (Robert Hill;) by Joseph Spence, 1757 

Galt John, The Bachelor's Wife; a Selection of Curious and 
Interesting Extracts, with Cursory Observations, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1824 

Goldsmith Oliver, Letters from a Citizen of the World, to his 
Friends in the East Misc. Works, vol. 3 

Essays Misc. Works, vol. 4 



LITERARY MISCELLANIES. 315 

Goldsmith Oliver, The Bee ; a Select Collection of Essays 

Misc. Works, vol. 4 

Great (The) Metropolis; by the Author of " Random Recol- 
lections of the Lords and Commons," 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 

Hall Rev. Robt., Essay on Poetry and Philosophy Works, yo\. 3 

Harleian Miscellany ; or a Collection of Scarce, Curious, and 
Entertaining Pamphlets and Tracts, found in the late 
Earl of Orford's Library, 12 vols. Svo. Lond. 1808—11 

Henderson Alexander, History of Ancient and Modern Wines, 
4to. Lond. 1824 

Hermit in Edinburgh ; or Sketches of Manners and real Cha- 
racters and Scenes in the Drama of Life, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1824 

Hone William, The Every-Day Book ; or Calendar of Popular 
Amusements, Sports, &c., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 

HowiTT Wra., Rural Life of England, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. Zone?. 1838 

How to Observe, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1835 — 38 

Geology; by H. T. De la Beche, F.B. S. 
Morals and Manners ; by Harriet Martineau 

Hume David, Essays and Treatises on several subjects, 2 vols. 

Svo. Edinb. 1817 

Hunt Leigh, The Indicator and the Companion; a Miscellany 

for the Fields and the Fire- Side, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 
Hurd Bishop, Moral and Political Dialogues, with Letters on 

Chivalry and Romance, 3 vols. l2mo. Lond. 1776 

Idler (The) Johnson s Works, vol. 7 

Jameson Mrs., Characteristics of Women, Moral, Poetical, and 

Historical, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1833 
Visits and Sketches at Home and Abroad, with Tales 

and Miscellanies; to which is added, The Diary of an 

Ennuyee, 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Jesse Edward, An Angler's Rambles, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 
Kincaid J., Random Shots from a Rifleman, 12mo. Lond. 1835 
KiTciiiNER William, (M.D.) The Traveller's Oracle; or Maxims 

for Locomotion, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Knox Rev. V., (D.D.) Winter Evenings; or Lucubrations on 

Life and Letters, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1823 
r- Essays; Moral and Literary, 2 vols. 12mo.Xonc?. 1815 



316 BELLES LETTRES. 

Landor Walter Savage, Imaginary Conversations of Literary 
Men and Statesmen, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 — 28 

Letters (Translation of the) of a Hindoo Rajah; written previous 
to, and during the period of his residence in England, by 
Elizabeth Hamilton, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1811 

Library of Entertaining Knowledge, l2mo. 

Menageries (The) ; Quadrupeds, 2 vols. 

Menageries (The); Monkeys, Opossums, and Lemurs 

Vegetable Substances ; Materials of Manufacture 

Vegetable Substances ; Timber Trees, and Fruits 

Vegetable Substances Used for the Food of Man 

Insect Architecture 

Insect Transformations 

Insect Miscellanies 

Birds, Architecture of 

Birds, Domestic Habits of 

Birds, Faculties of 

British Museum ; Egyptian Antiquities, 2 vols. 

British Museum ; Elgin and Phigaleian Marbles, 2 vols. 

British Museum ; The Townley Gallery, 2 vols. 

Pursuit ( The) of Knowledge under DiflScijlties, 2 vols. 

British Costume, History of 

Canada, The Backwoods of 

Pompeii, 2 vols. 

Criminal Trials, 2 vols. 

Historical Parallels, 2 vols. 

Hindoos (The), 2 vols. 

New (The) Zealanders 

Paris and its Historical Scenes 

Library of Useful Knowledge, 8vo, 

Natural Philosophy, 3 vols. 
Mathematics, 2 vols. 
Botany, 1 vol. 

History of the Church, 1 vol. 
History of Greece, 1 vol. 
History of Spain and Portugal, 1 vol. 
History of France, Vol. I 
Lives of Eminent Persons, I voL 

History of England under the House of Stuart, including the Common^ 
wealth, [a. d. J 603— 88] 2 vols. 

M'DiARMiD John, Sketches from. Nature, 12mo. Edinb. 1830 

Mac Farlane C, Lives and Exploits of Banditti and Robbers 

in all parts of the World, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Macnisu Robert, Anatomy of Drunkenness, 12rao. Glasg. 1833 



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Macnisii Robert, Philosophy of Sleep, 12mo. Glasg. 1832 

Madden R. R., Infirmities of Genius Illustrated by referring the 
Anomalies in the Literary Character to the habits and 
constitutional Peculiarities of Men of Genius, 2 vols. 
12mo. Land. 1833 

Montaigne Michel de, Les Essais de, 4 torn. 8vo. Paris, n. d. 

More Hannah, Essays and Tracts Works, vol. 6 

Thoughts on the Manners of the Great 

An Estimate of the Religion of the Fashionable World 

Remarks on the Speech of Mr. Dupont, made in the National Convention 

of France, in 1793 
Tracts written during the Riots of the year 1817 

More Hannah, Foreign and Domestic Sketches Works, vol. 19 

Morgan G. C, Appeal to the Public in Answer to a Letter 

from the Rev. Mr. Brand to •» * * * * ♦ Norwich^ 

1782 Donat. Pam. 85 

Morgan Lady, Book of the Boudoir, 2 vols, 12mo. Lond. 1829 

Woman and her Master, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Mornings at Bow Street; by J.Wight, with 21 illustrative 

Drawings by Cruikshank, 12mo. Lond. 1825 

Napoleon in Council ; or the Opinions delivered by Bonaparte 

in the Council of State, translated from the French of 

Baron Pelet, by Capt. Basil Hall, 12mo. Edinb. 1837 

Navagero Andrea, Funeral Oration, delivered at Venice, on 

the Death of Doge Leonardo Loredano, translated by 

C. Kelsall Pamphleteer, vol. 12 

Pamphleteer (The), 29 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1813—21 

Pamphlets, 7 vols. 8vo. 

Each Tract in the " Pamphleteer," and in the " Pamphlets," is inserted in 
that Section of the Catalogue to which it belongs, with a reference to 
the volume in which it is contained. 

Paris; or the Book of the Hundred and One, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1833 
Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk, [by Sir W.Scott] 8vo. Edinb. ]S17 
Percy Society, Publications of the, 5 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1840—42 
Vol. 1 Old Ballads, from early printed copies of the utmost rarity, edited 
by J. P. CoUier 
The Pain and Sorrow of Evil Marriage 

Selection from the Minor Poems of Dan John Lydgate ; edited by 
J. O. Halliwell 



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Percy Society, Publications of the : continued 

Vol. 2 The King and a Poor Northern Man ; or too Good to be True. 
Attributed to Martin Parker 
Historical Songs of Ireland; illustrative of the Revolutionaiy 
Struggle between James II and William III, edited by 
T. C. Croker 
Songs and Ballads relative to the London Prentices and Trades, 
and to the Affairs of London generally, during the fourteenth, 
fifteenth, and sixteenth Centuries, edited by C. Mackay 
' The Naval Ballads of England ; edited by J. O. Halliwell 

3 The Mad Pranks and Merry Jests of Robin Goodfellow ; with an 

Introduction by J. P. Collier 

Strange Histories ; consisting of Ballads and other Poems, princi- 
pally by Thomas Deloney, with an Introduction and Notes 

Political Ballads; published in England during the Common- 
wealth, edited by Thomas Wright 

4 The Two Angry Women of Abington ; by Henry Porter, edited 

by the Rev. Alexander Dyce 
The Boke of Curtasye ; a Poem of the fourteenth Century, edited 

by J. O. Halliwell 
Kind- Heart's Dream; containing Five Apparitions, with their 
Invectives against Abuses Reigning, by Henry Chettle, 
edited by E. F. Rimbault 
The Meeting of Gallants at an Ordinarie ; or the Walkes in 

Powles, edited by J. O. Halliwell 
Specimens of Old Christmas Carols 
3 The Nursery Rhymes of England, edited by J. O. Halliwell 
The History of Patient Grisel ; with an Introduction and Notes 
Specimens of Lyric Poetry ; composed in England in the Reign 

of Edward the First, edited by Thomas Wright 
A Marriage Triumph, on the Nuptials of the Prince Palatine and 
the Princess Elizabeth, Daughter of James I, by Thomas 
Heywood 
A Knight's Conjuring ; done in earnest, discovered in jest, by 
' Thomas Dekker, edited by E. F. Rimbault 

Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk, [by J. Lockhart,] 3 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1819 
Peyronnet Comte de, Pensees d'un Prisonnier, 2 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1834 
Physiognomical Travels; translated from the German of 
J. C. A. Musseus, by Anne Plumptre, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1800 
PoRTEUs Bishop, Tracts on various subjects, 8vo. Lond. 1834 
Pringle Thomas, African Sketches, 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Prose, by a Poet, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1824 



LITERARY MISCELLANIES. 819 

Rambler (The) Johnson's Works, vols. 4 — 6 

Random Recollections of the House of Commons, from the year 

1830 to the close of 1835, 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Random Recollections of the House of Lords, from 1 830 to 1 836, 

12mo. Lond. 1836 

Redding Cyrus, History and Description of Modern Wines, 

8vo. Lond. 1833 

Rumford Benjamin Count of, Essays; Political, Economical, 

and Philosophical, Lond. 1797 Donat. Pam, 94 

Science; Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of 

Pamphleteer, vol. 27 
Selden J., Table Talk Opera, torn. 6 

Smith J,, (One of the Authors of " The Rejected Addresses,") 
Memoirs, Letters and Comic Miscellanies in Prose and 
Verse, edited by his brother, Horace Smith, Esq., 2 vols. 
12mo. Lond. 1840 

SouTHEY Robert, Sir Thomas More ; or Colloquies on the Pro- 
gress and Prospects of Society, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 
Spectator (The) Addison s Works, vols. 2 — 4 

Spiritual Despotism; by the Author of " Natural History of 
Enthusiasm," 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Stillingfleet Bishop, On the Amusements of Clergymen, and 
Christians in General, 12mo. Lond. 1820 

Student (The); A Series of Papers by the Author of " Pelham," 
2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Swift Jonathan, Polite Conversation Works, vol. 1 1 

Directions to Servants Works, vol. 12 

Tatler (The); by Isaac Bickerstaffe, Esq., [Addison] 

Addison's Works, vol. 2 
Tutti Frutti ; by the Author of " The Tour of a German Prince," 
2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Walker George, Essays on various subjects, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1809 

Walker G. A., Gatherings from Grave Yards, particularly 

those of London, with a concise History of the Modes of 

Interment among different Nations, 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Walker Thomas, (M.A.) The Original, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Wild Sports in the West; with Legendary Tales and Local 

Sketches, by the Author of " Stories of Waterloo," 

2 vols. 8vo. Land. 1832 



320 BELLES LETTRES. 

SECTION X. 

Collected Works of Authors. 

Addison Rt. Hon. Joseph, Works, 4 vols. 4to. Lond. 1730 
Bacon Francis, Viscount St. Alban, Works of, 10 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1819 
Balzac, (Euvres diverses, 24mo. Leide, 1658 

Barbauld Anna Laetitia, Works of; with a Memoir, by Lucy 

Aikin, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Berkeley George, (D.D.) Works of; with his Life and Letters, 

.3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Boileav Despreaux Nich., (Euvres completes, 3 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1810 
Bonnet Charles, CEuvres d'Histoire Naturelle et de Philosophie, 

8 torn, 4to. Neuchatel, 1779 

BossuET, (Ev^que de Meaux,) (Euvres Completes, 43 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1815—20 
Browne Sir Thomas, Works, folio Lond. 1686 
Works, including his Life and Correspondence, edited 

by Simon Wilkin, F.L.S., 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Works, 16 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1815—27 
Burns Robert, Works; with an account of his Life, &c., by J. 

Currie, and many additions by Mr. Gilbert Burns, 4 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1820 

Butler Charles, Philological and Biographical Works, 5 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1817 

Butler Samuel, Genuine Remains in Verse and Prose, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1759 

Cecil Rev. Richard, Works of, with a Memoir of his Life, by 

Josiah Pratt, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Ciianning Wm. EUery, (D.D.) Works of, 8vo. Lond. 1829 
CowPER Wm., Life and Works of, by Robert Southey, LL.D., 

15 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1835—37 

Dryden John, Works, with Notes and Life of the Author, by 

Sir Walter Scott, Bart., 18 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 



COLLECTED WORKS OF AUTHORS. 321 

Evelyn John, Miscellaneous Writings, by W. Upcott, 4to. 

Lond. 1825 
Franklin Benjamin, (LL.D.) Memoirs and Works of, 6 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1818 

Frederic II, (King of Prussia), Posthumous Works, translated 
by Holcroft, 13 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1789 

Gibbon Edward, Miscellaneous Works, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1814 
Goldsmith Oliver, (M.B.) Miscellaneous Works, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1820 
GuRNEY Joseph John, The Minor Works of, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 
Hall Rev. Robert, Entire Works, with a brief Memoir of his 
Life, &c., by OHnthus Gregory, LL.D., 6 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1831—32 
Harris James, Miscellanies, 5 vols. Lond. 1771 — 83 

Hazlitt William, Literary Remains of; with a notice of his 
Life, by his Son, and Thoughts on his Genius and Writ- 
ings, by E. L. Bulwer, Esq., and Mr. Sergeant Talfourd, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

HoBBES Thomas, Moral and Political Works, folio Lond. 1750 
Johnson Samuel, (LL.D.) Works; with an Essay on his Life 
and Genius, by Arthur Murphy, 12 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1816 
Jones Sir W., Works, with Life by Lord Teignmouth, 13 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1807 

Knox Alexander, Remains of, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 — 37 
Lacretelle P. L., (Aine) CEuvres Diverses, 3 tom. 8vo. 

Paris, 1802 
Locke John, Works, 3 vols, folio Lond. 1759 

Machiavelli Niccol6, Opere di, 8 vols. 8vo. Italia, 1813 
Metastasio Pietro, Opere di, tom. 15 — 20, 12mo. 

Mantova, 1819—20 

Tom. 13 Traduzione 

16 Estratto dell' Arte Poetica d'Aristotile 

17—19 Lettere 

20 Sentenze e Massime, &c. 

MiDDLETON Conyers, (D.D.) Miscellaneous Works, 4 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1752 
Milton John, Historical and Political Works, 3 vols, folio 

Amst. 1698 
Montagu Lady M. W., Works, 5 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1803 

2t 



322 BELLES LETTRES. 

Montesquieu, (Euvresde, 8 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1822 

More Hannah, Works of, 19 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Neele Henry, Literary Remains of; consisting of Lectures on 
'<''li',' English Poetry, Tales, &c., small 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Newtoni Isaaci, Opera quae extant omnia, Commentariis illus- 

trabat Sam. Horsley, 5 torn. 4to. Lond. 1779 — 85 

Paley William, (D.D.) Works of; with a Life, by Alexander 

Chalmers, Esq., 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 

Pare Samuel, (LL.D.) Works; with Memoirs of his Life and 

Writings, and a Selection from his Correspondence, by 

John Johnstone, M.D., 8 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Playfair John, Works, 4 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1822 

Pope Alexander, Works of; with Life and Remarks by William 

Roscoe, Esq., 10 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Racine Jean, (Euvres de, par M. Petitot, 5 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1820 
Reynolds Sir Joshua, Literary Works of; with Life by Edmond 

Malone, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

Rollin C, CEuvres completes, 18 tom. 8vo. et Atlas, 4to. 

Paris, 1817 
Rousseau J. J., (Euvres de, avec des Notes Historiques, 

22 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1819—20 

Saint Evremont M. de, CEuvres Diverses de, 4 tom. 18mo. 

Paris, 1693 
Saint Real L'Abbe, CEuvres, 5 tom. 12mo. Hayce, 1722 

Sayers Frank, (M.D.) Collective Works, with Life and Notes 

by William Taylor, 2 vols. 8vo. Norwich, 1823 

ScARRON, CEuvres de, 7 tom. 18mo. Amst. 1752 

Seldini Joannis, Opera Omnia ; coUeget ac recensuit D.Wilkins, 

3 tom. en 6, folio Lond. 1726 

Smith Adam, (LL.D.) Works, 5 vols. Svo. Lond. 1812 

Smith Rev. Sidney, Works of, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1839 — 40 
Spelman Sir Henry, His English and Posthumous Works, and 

Life, by Bishop Gibson, folio Lond. 1727 

Spenser Edmund, Works ; with Illustrations of various Com- 
mentators, by H. J. Todd, 8 vols, royal 8ro. Lond. 1805 
Stabl M°»*' la Baronne de, CEuvres Completes, 17 tom. Svo. 

Paris, 1820—21 
Sterne Laurence, Works; with a Life of the Author, 10 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1798 



COLLECTED WORKS OF AUTHORS. 323 

Strype John, Works, 25 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1812—24 

General Index to his Works, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1828 

Swift Dean, Works ; with his Life and Notes, by Dr, Hawkes- 
worth, 26 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1768—79 

Temple Sir William, Works, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1770 

TuRGOT M., CEuvres de, 9 torn. 8vo. Paris, 181 1 

TwEDDELL John, Remains of; being a Selection of his Corre- 
spondence ; a Republication of his Prolusiones Juveniles ; 
with some Account of his Journals, &c., and a Biogra- 
phical Memoir, by the Editor, the Rev. Robert Tweddell, 
A.M., 4to. Lond. 1816 

Voltaire, Oiluvres Completes, 13 torn, en 25 parties, 8vo. 

Paris, 1817—19 

Waterland Daniel, (D.D.) Works; with a Review of his Life 

and Writings, by W. Van Mildert, D.D., Lord Bishop of 

LlandafF, 10 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1823 

: General Index to the Works of, and to the Review of 

the Author's Life and Writings, by W. Van Mildert, D.D., 
8vo. Oxf 1828 

Watts Isaac, (D.D.) The Works of; with Life of the Author by 
Rev. G. Burder, 6 vols. 4to. Lond. 1828 

Wolfe Rev. Charles, Remains of; with a Memoir of his Life by 
Rev. John A. Russell, 8vo. Lond. 1826 



CLASS THE FIFTH 



SECTION I. 
Introduction to the Study of History. 

Blomfield Rev. Ezekiel, Lectures on the Philosophy of History, 

4to. Lond. 1819 

BossuET J. B., Discours sur I'Histoire Universelle 

CEuvres, torn. 35 
Ferguson A., (LL.D.) An Essay on the History of Civil Society, 

4to. Edinb. 1767 

Miller George, (D.D.) Lectures on the Philosophy of Modern 

History, 6 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1816—24 

Priestley J., Lectures on History and General Policy, 4to. 

Birm. 1788 
Taylor Isaac, The Process of Historical Proof; Exemplified 

and Explained, 8vo. Lond. 1828 



SECTION II. 

Geography — Ancient and Modern ; Maps, 8^c. 

Arrowsmith a., Comparative Atlas of Ancient and Modern 
Geography, 4to. Lond. 1830 



326 HISTORY. 

Atlas. d'Anville's Ancient Geography, Lond. 1815; Gary's 
Universal Atlas ; — in 1 vol. imp. fol. 

Atlas de Geographic Ancienne, pour servir a I'intelligence des 
QSuvres de Rollin, 4to. Paris, 1818 

Atlas Encyclopedique, Ancienne et Moderne Ency. Method. 

BocHARTi Samuelis, Geographia Sacra, seu Phaleg et Canaan, 
folio, Lug. Bat. 1707 Opera, torn. 1 

Carey H. C. and J. Lea, The Geography, History, and Statis- 
tics of America and the West Indies, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Dictionnaire de la Geographic Ancienne, 3 torn. 4to. 

Ency. Method, 

Dictionnaire de la Geographic Moderne, 3 torn. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

Dictionnaire de la Geographic Physique, 5 torn, et Atlas, 
1 torn. 4to. Ency. Method. 

Edinburgh Gazetteer; or Geographical Dictionary of the 
World, 6 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1822 

Gaspari und Bertuch, AUgcmeine Geographische Ephemeriden, 
Feb. 1800^ Donat. Pam. 65 

Geography, Treatises on Lib. U. K., Nat. Philos. vol. 3. 

Hall Rev. William, (D.D.) Elements of Ancient Geography, 

Analysis, 8(c. vol. 1 

Hamilton Walter, East India Gazetteer, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, from its commence- 
ment in 1832, 8vo. 

Maltebrun M,, Precis de la Geographic Universclle, 8 tom. 
Bvo. Paris, 1812—29 

Tom. 1 Hist, de la Geographic 

2 Throne g^n^rale de la Geographic 

3 Desc. de I'Asic, excepts I'lnde 

4 Desc. de I'lnde, de I'Oc^anique ct de TAfrique Septentrionale 

5 Desc. dc TAfrique M6ridionale et des deux Atn^riques 

6 Desc. de 1' Europe Orientale 

7 Suite de la Desc. de 1' Europe 

8 Fin de la Desc. de 1' Europe, et Table Gen6ralc 

Maltebrun M. Atlas de la Geographic Univcrsellc, 4to. 

Paris, 1812 
Map of Europe, by Carey, on spring rollers Lond. 1817 

Map of Asia, ditto Lond. \%\5 

Map of Africa, ditto Lond. 1814 

Map of America, ditto Zonrf. 1819 



TOPOGRAPHY. 327 

Map of the British Isles, by Carey, on spring rollers Lond. 1815 
Map of Cabotia, on rollers Lond. 1814 

Map of Spain and Portugal, ditto Lond. 1813 

Map (a Geological) of England and Wales, in frame Lond. 1820 
Map of Lower and Upper Canada, Nova Scotia, &c. by Joseph 

Bouchette, in case 
Mters Thomas, New and Comprehensive System of Modem 
Geography, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1822 

Renkell Major James, Geographical System of Herodotus ex- 
amined and explained, by a Comparison with those of 
other Ancient Authors, and with Modern Geography, 
&c., 4to. Lond. 1803 

Illustrations (chiefly Geographical) of the History of 

the Expedition of Cyrus, from Sardis to Babylonia ; and 
the Retreat of the Ten Thousand Greeks from thence to 
Trebisonde, and Lydia, &c., 4to. with a folio Atlas 

Lond. 1816 
Smith's English Atlas — a complete set of County Maps, pre- 
ceded by a General Map of England and Wales, and 
accompanied with an Index Villaris, folio Lond. 1804 
Thompson G. A., New Theory of the Two Hemispheres, attempt- 
ing to explain the Time and Manner in which America 
was Peopled Pamphleteer, vol. 5 



SECTION III. 
Topography. 

GENERAL TOPOGRAPHY AND ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND. 

Beauties of England and Wales, by Britton, Bray ley. Brewer, 
and others, 25 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1801 — 16 



328 HISTORY. 

Blore E., The Monumental Remains of Noble and Eminent 
Persons, comprising the Sepulchral Antiquities of Great 
Britain, imperial 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Bloxam M. H., a Glimpse at the Monumental Architecture and 
Sculpture of Great Britain, from the Earliest Period to 
the Eighteenth Century, 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Brand Rev. John, Observations on Popular Antiquities, chiefly 
illustrating the Origin of our Vulgar Customs, Cere- 
monies, and Superstitions, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1813 

Britton John, The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain, 
5 vols. 4to. Lond. 1807—26 

Camden William, Britannia; or a Chorographical Description 
of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the Islands ad- 
jacent; translated and enlarged by Richd. Gough,F.R.S., 
3 vols, folio Lond. 1789 

Remains concerning Britaine, revised, &c., by John 

Philipot, 12mo. Lond. 1674 

Carlisle Nicholas, A Topographical Dictionary of England, 
2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1808 

Carter J., Specimens of Gothic Architecture and Ancient 
Buildings in England, 4 vols. 16mo. Lond. 1824 

Davies Rev. Edward, Celtic Researches ; or the Origin, Tra- 
ditions, and Language of the Ancient Britons, 8vo. 

Lond. 1804 

Dugdale Sir William, Monasticon Anglicanum; a History of 
the Abbies and other Monasteries, Hospitals, Frieries, and 
Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, with their Dependen- 
cies in England and Wales. A new edition, edited and 
enlarged by John Caley, Esq., Henry Ellis, Esq., and 
Rev. Bulkeley Bandinel, M.A., 6 vols, in 8, folio 

Lond. 1817—30 

— History of Imbanking and Draining of Divers Fens 

and Marshes, both in Foreign Parts and in this Kingdom, 
and the Improvements thereby ; revised and corrected by 
Charles Nalson Cole, folio Lond. 1772 

Gilpin William, (A. M.) Observations on several parts of Cam- 
bridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex ; also on several parts 
of North Wales, 8 vo. Zonrf. 1809 

Gorton John, Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and 
Ireland, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831—32 



TOPOGRAPHY. 329 

GiiANviLLE A. B., (M.D.) The Spas of England, and principal 
Sea-Bathing Places : — Northern Spas, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 

HoRSLEY John, Britannia Romana, or the Roman Antiquities of 
Britain, folio Lond. 1732 

HovviTT William, Visits to Remarkable Places ; Old Halls, Bat- 
tle Fields, and Scenes illustrative of striking passages in 
English History and Poetry, Svo. Lo7id. 1840 

Visits to Remarkable Places, second series, 8vo. 

Lond. 1842 

HuTTON W., History of the Roman "Wall, which crosses the 
Island of Britain from the German Ocean to the Irish 
Sea, Svo. Lond. 1813 

King Edward, Munimenta Antiqua ; or Observations on Ancient 
Castles, including Remarks on the whole progress of Ar- 
chitecture, Ecclesiastical as well as Military, in Great 
Britain, 4 vols, in 2, folio Lond. 1799—1808 

Lelandi Joannis, Antiquarii de Rebus Britannicis Collectanea; 
cum Thomae Hearnii Prsefatione Notis et Indice ad Edi- 
tionem Primam, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1770 

Magna Britannia; being a concise Topographical Account of 
the several Counties of Great Britain, by. Rev. Daniel 
Lysons and Samuel Lysons, Esq., 6 vols, in 7, 4to. 

Lond. 1806—22 

Vol. 1 Bedfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire 

2 Cambridgeshire and Cheshire 

3 Cornwall 

4 Cumberland 

5 Derbyshire 

6 Devonshire. Parts 1 & 2. 

MooRE James, List of the Principal Castles and Monasteries in 
Great Britain, Svo. Lond. 1798 

Neale John Preston, and John Le Keux, Views of the most 
interesting Collegiate and Parochial Churches in Great 
Britain, including Screens, Fonts, Monuments, &c., 
2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1824 

Nicolas Nich. Harris, Testamenta Vetusta; being Illustrations 
from Wills, of Manners, Customs, &c., from the Reign of 
Henry II to the Accession of Elizabeth, 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1826 
2 u 



330 HISTORY. 

Ray John, Itineraries of Life by Derham 

Scott Walter, Border Antiquities of England and Wales, com- 
prising specimens of Architecture and Sculpture, and 
other Vestiges of former Ages, 2 vols, large 4to. 

Lond. 1814 

Spelman Sir H., Villare Anglicum Works 

Tymms Samuel, Compendious Account of the Ancient and Pre- 
sent State of the Norfolk Circuit, 18mo. Lond. 1833 

Weaver R., Monumenta Antiqua ; or the Stone Monuments of 
Antiquity yet remaining in the British Isles, particularly 
as illustrated by Scripture, 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Weever John, Ancient Funeral Monuments within the United 
Monarchic of Great Britaine, Ireland, and the Islands 
Adjacent, small folio Lond. 1631 

Willis Browne, Survey of the Cathedrals ; with an Account of 
the Bishops, Deans, &c., belonging to them; with the 
Parochiale Anglicanum, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1733 — 42 

A History of the Mitred Parliamentary Abbies and 

Conventual Cathedral Churches, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1718 



^fcontJ J9il)tsiion. 

TOPOGRAPHY, HISTORY, AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE 
SEVERAL COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. 

BEDFORDSHIRE. 

Account of Bedfordshire ; by J. Britton and Edward Wedlake 

Brayley Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 1 

Topographical Account of Bedfordshire Magna Britan. vol. 1 

BERKSHIRE. 

Account of Berkshire; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 1 

Topoo-RAPHICAL Account of Berkshire Magna Britan. vol. 1 

Jesse Edward, A Summer's Day at Windsor, and a Visit to 

Eton, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 

Account of Buckinghamshire ; by John Britton and E. W. 
Brayley Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 1 



TOPOGRAPHY. 331 

Topographical Account of Buckinghamshire 

Magna Britan. vol. 1 

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Account of Cambridgeshire ; by J. Britton and E. W. Bray ley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 2 
Topographical Account of Cambridgeshire 

Magna Britan. vol. 2 

Bentham James, The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral 

Church of Ely, second edition, by the Rev. James 

Bentham, 4to. Norwich, 1812 

Supplement to Bentham's History and Antiquities of Ely 

Cathedral; by W. Stevenson, 4to. Norwich, 1817 

Le Keux's Memorials of Cambridge, with Accounts of the 

Buildings, &c., by Thomas Wright and Rev. H. L. 

Jones, 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Master R., History of the College of Corpus Christi, in the 

University of Cambridge, 4to. Camb. 1753 

Poll for the Election of two Representatives in Parliament for 

the University of Cambridge, on May 8, 1807 

Donat. Pam. 7 
Polls for the Election of Chancellor of the University of 
Cambridge, on March 26, 1811 ; and of the Representa- 
tive in Parhament for the University, on March 27, 1811 

Donat. Pam. 4 
Poll for the Election of a Representative in Parliament for the 
University of Cambridge, on Nov. 26 and 27, 1822 

Donat. Pam. 70 

CHESHIRE. 

Account of Cheshire ; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 2 

Topographical Account of Cheshire Magna Britan. vol. 2 

Ormerod G., History of the County Palatine and City of 

Chester, 3 vols, folio Lond. 1819 

CORNWALL. 

Account of Cornwall; by J. Britton and E. W, Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 2 
Topographical Account of Cornwall Magna Britan. vol. 3 

CUMBERLAND. 

Account of Cumberland ; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 3 



332 HISTORY. 

TopoGEAPHiCAL Account of Cumberland Magna Britan. vol. 4 
Robinson John, Guide to the Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmor- 
land, and Lancashire, small 8vo. Lond. 1831 

DERBYSHIRE. 

Account of Derbyshire; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 3 

Topographical Account of Derbyshire Magna Britan. vol. 5 

HoBBEs T., De Mirabilibus Pecci; being the Wonders of the 

Peak in Derbyshire, commonly called the Devil's Arse of 

Peak, Lond. 1678 Donat. Pam. 80 

DEVONSHIRE. 

Account of Devonshire; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 4 

Topographical Account of Devonshire Magna Britan. vol. 6 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Exeter Cathedral, 

4to. Lond. 1826 

Remarks on the State of the County of Devon Donat. Pam. 92 

DORSETSHIRE. 

Account of Dorsetshire ; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 4 

DURHAM. 

Account of Durham ; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 5 

SuRTEES R., History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of 

Durham, vols. 1 — 3, folio Lond. 1816 — 23 

ESSEX. 

Account of Essex; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 5 

Morant Philip, (M.A.) History and Antiquities of the County 

of Essex, 2 vols, folio Lond. 1767 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 

Account of Gloucestershire; by J. Britton and W. E. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 5 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Gloucester Cathedral, 

4to. Lond. 1829 

History and Antiquities of Bristol Cathedral, 4to. 

Lond. 1830 

Bristol Directory, 1803 , Donat. Pam. 5 

Act of Parliament for Making and Repairing several Roads 

round the City of Bristol, Bristol, 1784 Donat. Pom. 1 



TOPOGRAPHY. 333 

Account of the Bristol Education Society, Bristol, 1820 

Donat. Pam. 69 

Code of Rules proposed by the Special Committee for the 
consideration of the Trustees of the Bristol Infirmary, 
Land. 1824 Donat. Pam. 5 

Objects and Regulations of the Bristol Institution for the 
Advancement of Science, Literature, &c. Donat. Pam. 5 

HAMPSHIRE. 

Account of Hampshire; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 6 
Account of the Isle of Wight ; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 6 
MiLNER Rev. J., History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, and Survey 
of the Antiquities of Winchester, 2 vols. 4to. Winch. 1798 
Britton John, History and Antiquities of Winchester Cathe- 
dral, 4to. Lond. 1817 

HEREFORDSHIRE. 

Account of Herefordshire, by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 6 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Hereford Cathedral, 

4to. Lond. 1831 

HERTFORDSHIRE. 

Account of Hertfordshire ; by E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 7 
Huntingdonshire. 
Account of Huntingdonshire; by E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 7 

KENT. 

Account of Kent ; by E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vols. 7, 8 
Britton John, History and Antiquities of Canterbury Cathedral, 

4to. Lond. 1821 

Buckler J. C , An Historical and Descriptive Account of the 

Royal Palace at Eltham, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

LANCASHIRE. 

Account of Lancashire; by J. Britton 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 9 

LEICESTERSHIRE. 

Account of Leicestershire; by J. Britton 

Beaut, of E?ig. and Wales, vol. 9 



334 HISTORY. 

LINCOLNSHIRE. 

Account of Lincolnshire; by J. Britton 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 9 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Lincoln Cathedral, 

4to. Lond. 1837 

LONDON AND MIDDLESEX. 

Account of London and Middlesex; by E. W. Brayley, Rev. 

J. Nightingale, and J. N. Brewer 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 10, in 4 parts 
Account of London; by Thomas Pennant, 4to. Lond. 1790 
A Chronicle of London from 1089 to 1483; written in the 

fifteenth Century, and printed from the MSS. in the 

British Museum, 4to. Lond. 1827 

Londiniana; or Reminiscences of the British Metropolis, by 

Edward Wedlake Brayley, F.R.S., 4 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 
Maitland W., The History of London, from its foundation to 

the present time, 2 vols, folio Lond. 1756 

London; edited by Charles Knight, royal 8vo. Lond. 1841 — 42 
Observations on the Buildings, Improvements, and Extension 

of the Metropolis of late years, with some Suggestions, 

&c. Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Sketches and Memoranda of the Works for the Tunnel under 

the Thames, 18mo. Lond. 1827 

Jesse Edward, A Summer's Day at Hampton Court, being a 

Guide to the Palace and Gardens, 12mo. Lond. 1839 
Mackay Charles, The Thames and its Tributaries; or Rambles 

among the Rivers, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

Account of Monmouthshire; by the Rev. J, Evans 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 1 1 

Heath C, Descriptive Accounts of Persfield and Chepstow, in 

Monmouthshire, Monmouth, 1793 Donat. Pam. 78 

NORFOLK. 

Map of the County of Norfolk Lond. 1830 

Account of Norfolk; by J. Britton 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 1 1 
Blomefield Francis, History of Norfolk, continued and pub- 
lished by the Rev. C. Parkin, 5 vols, folio 

Fersfcld and Lynn, 1 739 — 75 



TOPOGRAPHY. 3S6 

Blomefield Francis, History of the Hundred of Diss, folio 

Fersfield, 1736 
The Author's interleaved copy, with his Corrections, and the Autograph of 
Thomas Martin. 

A General History of the County of Norfolk ; intended to 
convey all the Information of a Norfolk Tour, with Bio- 
graphical Notices, &c., 2 vols. Norw. 1829 

Green Charles, History, Antiquities, and Geology of Bacton, in 
Norfolk, 8vo. Norw. 1842 

Gregor James, The Eastern Arboretum ; or Register of Re- 
markable Trees, Seats, Gardens, &c., in the County of 
Norfolk, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Spelmanni Henrici, ^cenia ; sive Norfolicse Descriptio Togogra- 
phica Works 

Ives John, Remarks upon the Garianonum of the Romans, 
12rao. Lond. 1774 

Norfolk Lists, from the Reformation to the present time ; com- 
prising Lists of Lord Lieutenants, Baronets, High Sheriffs, 
Members of Parliament, &c., Bishops, Deans, Mayors, 
&c., of Norwich, Yarmouth, &c., also a List of engraved 
Portraits, Tradesmen's Tokens, &c., 12mo. Norw. 1837 

Norfolk and Norwich Remembrancer and Vade-Mecum, 18 mo. 

Norw. 1822 

Taylor Richard, Index Monasticus ; or the Abbeys and other 
Monasteries, &c., with their Dependencies, formerly 
established in the Diocese of Norwich, and the Ancient 
Kingdom of East-Anglia, systematically arranged and 
briefly described, folio Lond. 1821 

Woodward Samuel, Observations on the Round Church Towers 
of Norfolk, and on the materials employed in constructing 
the early religious Buildings in that County 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

CoTMAN John Sell, A series of Etchings illustrative of the Archi- 
tectural Antiquities of Norfolk, large folio Lond. 1818 

Scenery of the Rivers of Norfolk ; comprising the Yare, the 
Waveney, and the Bure, from Pictures painted by James 
Stark, with Historical and Geological Descriptions, by 
J. W. Robberds, Jun. Esq., 4to. Lond. 1834 

Norfolk Tour; or Traveller's Pocket Companion, Norw. 1772 

Donat. Pam. 164 



336 HISTORY. 

History of the Rebellion in Norfolk in 1649, which was con- 
ducted by Robert Kelt Donat. Pam. 82 

Act for Inclosing, &c.. Waste Grounds in the Parish of Hether- 
sett, in Norfolk, [17981 Donat. Pam. folio 

Cantley and Hassingham Inclosure, Norw. 1800 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Clark Zachary, Account of the different Charities belonging to 
the Poor of the County of Norfolk, Bvo. Bury, 1811 

A General Rate for the County of Norfolk, Norw. 1827 

Donat. Pam. 91 

Letter to John Buxton, Esq., on the Contests relative to the 
ensuing Election for the County of Norfolk, 1768 

Donat. Pam. 83 

Letter to a Country Gentleman, Norw. 1780 Donat. Pa?n. 83 

Poll for Knights of the Shire for the County of Norfolk, taken 
July, 1802 Donat. Pam. 86 

another copy, with a Narrative of the Proceedings at 

the Election, from its commencement, July 12, to the 
close of the Scrutiny, on the 28th of August, 1802 

Donat. Pam. 86 

Poll for Knights of the Shire for the County of Norfolk, taken 
November, 1806 Donat. Pam. 87 

Poll for one Knight of the Shire for the County of Norfolk, 
taken May, 1817 Donat. Pam. 87 

Browne Sir T., Hydriotaphia ; or Urn Burial, or a Discourse of 
the Sepulchral Urns lately found in Norfolk Works, folio 

another copy Works, Bvo. vol. 3 

Particulars of some Urns found in Brampton Field, 

February, 1667—68 Works, 8vo. vol. 3 

Repertorium ; or some Account of the Tombs and 



Monuments in the Cathedral Church of Norwich ; with 

Notes by Mr. Samuel Woodward Works, 8vo. vol. 4 

Plan of the City of Norwich ; by W. S. Millard and J. Manning 

Norw. 1830 
Plan of the City and County of Norwich ; by J. Manning 

Lond. 1831 
Browne P., Account of Norwich Cathedral, Norw. 1785 

Donat. Pam. 159 

An Account and Description of the Cathedral Church 

of Norwich, 8vo. Norw. 1807 



TOPOGRAPHY. 337 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Norwich Cathedral, 
4to. Lond. 1816 

Description of the Diocese of Norwich ; or the present State 
of Norfolk and Suffolk, Lond. 1735 Donat. Pam. 164 

Essay on the Antiquity of the Castel of Norwich ; its Founders 
and Governors from the Kings of the East Angles down 
to Modern Times, Norw. 1728, reprinted 1834 

Donat. Pam. 105 

Poll for Members of Parliament for the City of Norwich, taken 
March 18, 1768 Donat. Pam. 88 

Poll for a Member of Parliament for the City of Norwich, taken 
July 12, 1794 Donat. Pam. 88 

Poll for a Member of Parliament for the City of Norwich, taken 
July 5, 1802 Donat. Pam. 88 

Poll for Members of Parliament for the City of Norwich, taken 
Nov. 3 and 4, 1806 Donat. Pam. 88 

Polls for Members of Parliament for the City of Norwich, for 
1786, 1790, 1796, 1802, 1812, 1818, 1 vol. 8vo. 

Act for Erecting a Workhouse in the City and County of the 
City of Norwich, for the better Employment and Main- 
taining the Poor there, [1712] Donat. Pam. folio 

Act for Enlarging the powers of the preceding Act, [1802] 

Donat. Pam. folio 

Brown Aid. C, Speech at a Public Meeting, held at the Guild- 
hall, in Norwich, Sept. 8, 1818, to take into consideration 
the Plan for rendering the River from Norwich to Yar- 
mouth Navigable for Ships of burden Donat. Pam. 69 

Report of Capt. George Nicholls, on the Norwich and Lowestoft 
Navigation, Norw. 1825 Donat. Pam. 88 

Mylne R., Letter to John Patteson, Esq., Mayor of Norwich, 
on the State of the New Mills, Norw. 1789 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Report relative to the Water- Works and Mills in 

Norwich, Norw. 1798 Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

DoBsoN H., Report of Robert Mylne, Esq., on the State of the 
New Mills, candidly Investigated, Norw. 1789 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 3 

Rules and Orders for the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Norw. 
1786 Donat. Pam. 86 

2 X 



338 HISTORY. 

Rules and Orders for the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Norw. 
1804 Donat. Pam. 87 

State of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, from 1817 to 1821 

Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

Rules of the Norfolk and Norwich Infirmary for Diseases of the 
Eyes, Norw. 1822 Donat. Pam. 164 

Account of the Establishment, Regulations, &c. of the Norwich 
Hospital and School for Indigent Blind, Norw. 1811 

Donat. Pam. 164 

Resolutions at a Meeting of Protestant Dissenters, Oct. 21, 
1800, for the purpose of Establishing the Norfolk Bene- 
volent Society Donat. Pam. 87 

Observations on the Norfolk Benevolent Society, Norw. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 87 

Address to the Members of Dissenting Congregations, on the 
Subject of ditto, Witham, 1811 Donat. Pam. 87 

Regulations of the Norfolk and Norwich Association in Aid of 
the Sunday School and Religious Tract and Book Society 
for Ireland Donat. Pam. 87 

Proceedings of the Meetings of the Members of the Norwich 
Union Fire and Life Insurance Association, July 27, and 
Sept. 26, 1818, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 88 

Report of the London Committee of ditto, 1818 

Donat. Pam. 88 

Full Exposure of the Plan, Principle, and Management of 
ditto, Lond. 1818 Donat. Pam. 88 

Laws and Regulations of the Norwich Public Library, 1784 

Donat. Pam. 88 

Laws of the Norwich Mechanics' Institution Donat. Pam. 88 

List of Performances at the Norwich Grand Musical Festivals, 
Oct. 1802, and Oct. 1813 Donat. Pam. 88 

Regulations of" the Norfolk and Norwich Institution for the 
Encouragement of Faithful Female Servants 

Donat. Pam. 87 

Richards Rev. W., History of Lynn, 2 vols. 8vo. Lynn, 1812 

Martin Thomas, History of Thetford, by Gough, illustrated 
with 28 etchings, 4to. Lond. 1779 

Plan of the Town of Thetford ; by G. B. Burrell 1807 

Druery J. H., Historical and Topographical Notices of Great 
Yarmouth and its Environs, small 8vo. Lond. 1826 



TOPOGRAPHY. 339 

SwiNDEN Henry, History and Antiquities of Great Yarmouth, 
4to. with a map Norw. 1772 

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

Account of Northamptonshire ; by J. Britton 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 11 
Britton John, History and Antiquities of Peterborough Cathe- 
dral, 4to. Lond. 1828 

NORTHUMBERLAND. 

Account of Northumberland; by the Rev. John Hodgson, 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 12, part 1 

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

Account of Nottinghamshire ; by F. C. Laird 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 12, part 1 

OXFORDSHIRE. 

Account of Oxfordshire ; by James Norris Brewer 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 12, part 2 
Britton John, History and Antiquities of Oxford Cathedral, 
4to. Lond. 1821 

Ingram James, (D.D.) Memorials of Oxford, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Oxf 1837 

RUTLANDSHIRE. 

Account of Rutlandshire ; by F. C. Laird 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 12, part 2 

SHROPSHIRE. 

Account of Shropshire ; by the Rev. Joseph Nightingale 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 13, part 1 

Hartshorn E Rev. Charles Henry, Salopia Antiqua ; or an En- 
quiry from personal survey into the ' Druidical,' Military, 
and other Early Remains in Shropshire and the North 
Welsh Borders ; with a Glossary of Words used in the 
County of Salop, royal 8vo. Lond. 1841 

SOMERSETSHIRE. 

Account of Somersetshire ; by the Rev. Joseph Nightingale 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 13, part 1 
Britton John, History and Antiquities of Wells Cathedral, 4to. 

Lond. 1824 

STAFFORDSHIRE. 

Account of Staffordshire ; by the Rev. Joseph Nightingale 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 13, part 2 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Lichfield Cathedral, 

4to. Lond. 1820 



340 ' HISTORY. 

SUFFOLK. 

Account of Suffolk ; by Frederick Shoberl 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 14 

WoDDERSPOON John, Historic Scites, and other Remarkable and 
Interesting Places in the County of Suffolk, 12mo. 

Lond. 1839 

KiHBY John, The Suffolk Traveller, 8vo. Lond. 1764 

Batteley J., Antiquitates Rutupinoe et S. Edmundi Burgi, 4to. 

Oxon. 1745 

Yates Richard, History and Antiquities of Bury St. Edmund's, 
4to. Lond. 1805 

Gardner Thomas, Historical Account of Dunwich, Biithburgh, 
and Southwold, 4to. Lond.\15A 

Loder Robert, History of Framlingham, 4to. Woodbridge, 1798 

The Statutes and Ordinances for the Government of 

the Aims-Houses in Woodbridge, in the County of Suf- 
folk, founded by Thomas Seckford, Esq., in 1587 ; with 
Abstract from his Will, and an Account of his Family, 
4to., Woodbridge, 1792 Donat. Pain. 4to. vol. 6 

CuLLUM Rev. Sir John, History and Antiquities of Hawstead, in 
Suffolk, 4to, Lond. 1784 

GiLUNGWATER E-, Historical Account of Lowestoft, 4to. 

Lond. 1790 

Dowsing William, Journal of; Parliamentary Visitor for De- 
molishing the Superstitious Pictures and Ornaments of 
Churches, «&c., within the County of Suffolk, in the years 
1643, 1644, 4to. Woodbridge, 1818 

SURREY. 

Account of Surrey ; by Frederick Shoterl 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 14 
Manning Rev. O., The History and Antiquities of Surrey ; con- 
tinued by W. Bray, 3 vols, folio Lond. 1804—14 

SUSSEX. 

Account of Sussex ; by Frederick Shoberl 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 14 

WARWICKSHIRE. 

Account of Warwickshire ; by J. N. Brewer 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 15, part 1 

WESTMORELAND. 

Account of Westmoreland ; by Rev. John Hodgson 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 15, part I 



TOPOGRAPHY. 341 

WILTSHIRE. 

Account of Wiltshire ; by J. Britton 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 15, part 2 
HoARE Sir R. C, Ancient History of South and North Wiltshire, 

5 parts, royal folio Lond. \%\Q — 21 

Modern Wiltshire ; Hundred of Mere, folio Lond. 1822 

• Modern Wiltshire ; Hundred of Heytesbury, foho 

Lond. 1824 
Bowles Rev. W. L , Parochial History of Bremhill, in the County 

of Wilts, Bvo. Lond. 1828 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Salisbury Cathedral, 

4to. Lond. 1814 

Account of Fonthill Abbey Vonat. Pam. 165 

New Guide to Fonthill Abbey, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pam. 77 

WORCESTERSHIUE. 

Account of Worcestershire ; by F. C. Laird 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 15, part 1 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of Worcester Cathedral, 
4to. Lond. 1832 

Chambers J., General History of Malvern, sm. 8vo. Wore. 1820 

Reflections Relative to the Malvern Hills, Lond. 1814 

Donat. Pam. 84 

Styles Robert Poole, The History and Antiquities of the Abbey 
Church of Pershore ; including an Architectural Descrip- 
tion of the Church, royal 4to. Lond. 1838 

YORKSHIRE. 

Account of Yorkshire ; by John Bigland 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 16 
Amyot Thomas, Letter on the Priory Gate and Font at Kirk- 
ham, in Yorkshire, and the Interior of the Room at Bol- 
ton Castle, in which Mary, Queen of Scots, was confined 
in 1568 Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Britton John, History and Antiquities of York Cathedral, 4to, 

Lond. 1819 
Thoresby Ralph, Ducatus Leodiensis ; or the Topography of 
the Ancient and Populous Town and Parish of Leedes, 
and parts adjacent, in the West Riding of the County of 
York ; with Notes and Additions, and an Appendix, by 
Thomas Dunham Whitaker, LL.D., 2 vols, folio 

Leeds, 1816—20 



342 HISTORY. 

TOPOGRAPHY OF WALES, SCOTLAND, AND THE ISLE OF MAN. 

Account of North Wales; by Rev. J. Evans 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 17 
Account of South Wales ; by Rev. T. Rees 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 18 
Caradoc of Llancarvan, History of Wales, translated by Dr. 
Powell, and augmented by W. Wynne; to which is 
added a Description of Wales, by Sir J. Price, 8vo. 

Mert. Tyd. 1812 
Pennant Thomas, History of the Parishes of Whiteford and 
Holywell, 4to. Land. 1796 

Wright G. N., Scenes in North Wales, with Historical Illus- 
trations, Legends, and Biographical Notices, 12mo. 

Lond. 1833 
Teign MOUTH Lord, Sketches of the Coasts and Islands of Scot- 
land and of the Isle of Man, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1836 
Sinclair Right Hon. Sir J., General Report of Scotland 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Lauder Sir T. D., Account of the Great Floods of August, 

1829, in the Province of Moray, and adjoining Districts, 

8vo. Edinb. 1830 

Account of the Isle of Man ; by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley 

Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, vol. 3 



SECTION IV. 



Voyages and Travels, including Descriptions of 
Particular Countries, Manners, Customs, 8^c. 

Abel Clarke, (M.D.) Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of 
China, and a Voyage to and from that Country, in 1816 
and 1817, 4to. Lond. 1819 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 343 

Addison Right Hon. Jos., Remarks on several Parts of Italy, 
&c., in 1701—3 Works, vol. 2 

Alexander Capt. J. E., Travels to the Seat of War in the East, 
through Russia and the Crimea, in 1829, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1830 

Transatlantic Sketches ; comprising Visits to the most 

Interesting Scenes in North and South America and the 
West Indies, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833 

An Expedition of Discovery into the Interior of Africa, 



2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Ali Mrs. Meer Hassan, Observations on the Mussulmauns of 
India; descriptive of their Manners, Customs, Habits, 
and Religious Opinions, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832 

America, a Summary View of; by an Englishman, 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 

Americans (The) as They Are ; described in a Tour through the 
Valley of the Mississippi, 12mo. Lond. 1828 

Amoretti C, Viaggio da Milano ai tre Laghi, 32mo. 

Milano, 1817 

An ACH ARSIS Fran9ais ou Description Historique et Geographique 
de toute la France, 4 tom. 18mo. Paris, 1822 — 3 

Andrews Capt., Journey from Buenos Ayres, through the Pro- 
vinces of Cordova, Tucuman, &c., to Santiago de Chili 
and Coquimbo ; undertaken on behalf of the Chilian and 
Peruvian Mining Association, in 1825 — 26, 2 vols, small 
8vo. Lond. 1827 

AuLDjo John, Narrative of an Ascent to the Summit of Mont 
Blanc, on the 8th and 9th August, 1827, 4to. 

Lond. 1828 

Sketches of Vesuvius, with short Accounts of its 

Principal Eruptions, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Journal of a Visit to Constantinople and some of the 



Greek Islands, in 1833, 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Australia, A Month in the Bush of; Journal of one of a Party 

of Gentlemen \pho recently Travelled from Sydney to 

Port Philip, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Austria as it is ; or Sketches of Continental Courts, 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 
Autumn (An) near the Rhine ; or Sketches of Courts, Society, 

and Scenery in Germany, in 1820, 8vo. Lond. 1821 



344 HISTORY. 

Back Capt., Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition, to the 
Mouth of the Great Fish River, and along the Shores of 
the Arctic Ocean, in the years 1833 — 35, 8vo, Lond. 1836 

Narrative of an Expedition in H.M.S. Terror, un- 
dertaken with a view to Geographical Discovery on the 
Arctic Shores, in the years 1836 — 37, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Bacon Lieut. Thomas, First Impressions and Studies from Na- 
ture in Hindostan,2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Badwociienblatt zum Nutzen und Vergniigen der Badgaste in 
der Grossherzoglichen Stadt Baden, 1818 

Donat. Pant. 157 

Baillie Marianne, Lisbon in 1821 — 23,2 vols. l2mo. Lond. 1825 

Bakewell R., Travels; comprising Observations during a Re- 
sidence in the Tarentaise and various parts of the Grecian 
and Pennine Alps, and in Switzerland and Auvergne, in 
1820—22, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Barrow John, Account of Travels in the Interior of Southern 
Africa, in 1797—98, 2 vols. 4to. Land. 1806 

Travels in China, 4to. Lond. 1806 

. Voyage to Cochin China, 4to. Lond. 1806 

Chronological History of Arctic Voyages, 8vo. 

Lond. 1818 

Visit to Iceland in the Summer of 1834, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1830 

Tour in Austrian Lombardy, the Northern Tyrol, and 

Bavaria, in 1840, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Beale Thomas, Natural History of the Sperm Whale ; with a 
Sketch of a South Sea Whaling Voyage, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Beechey Capt. F. W. and H. W., Expedition to Explore the 
Northern Coast of Africa, from Tripoly Eastward, in 1821 
and 1822, 4to. Lond. 1828 

Beechey Capt. F. W., Voyage to the Pacific and Beering's 
Straits, in 1825—28, 4to. Lond. 1831 

Bell John, Observations on Italy, 4to. Edinb. 1825 

Bell James S., Journal of a Residence in Circassia, during the 
years 1837—39, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Belzoni G., Operations and Recent Discoveries in Egypt and 
Nubia, 4to. Lond. 1821 

Atlas of Plates, with 6 new Plates, imp. fol. 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 345 

Bennett G. J., A Pedestrian Tour through North Wales, 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 

Wanderings in New South Wales, Batavia, Pedir 

Coast, Signapore, and China, in 1832 — 4, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Benson Robert, Sketches of Corsica, in 1823, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Best Capt. J. J., Excursions in Albania; comprising a Descrip- 
tion of the Wild Boar, Deer, and Woodcock Shooting in 
that Country, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 

BiNNS Jonathan, The Miseries and Beauties of Ireland, 2 vols, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1837 

BiRKBECK M., Notes on a Journey through France, in 1814, 
Lond. 1815 Donat. Pam. 68 

BiscHOFF James, Sketch of the History of Van Dieman's Land, 
8vo. Lond. 1832 

Blanqui a.. Voyage d'un jeune Fran^ais en Angleterre et en 
6cosse, pendant I'automne de 1823, 8vo. Paris, 1824 

Blaquiere Edward, Narrative of a Second Visit to Greece ; 
including Facts connected with the Last Days of Lord 
Byron, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Blessington Countess of. The Idler in Italy, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 — 40 

The Idler in France, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 

BoNNYCASTLE Sir Richard H., The Canadas in 1841, 2 vols, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Borrow George, The Zincali ; or an Account of the Gypsies of 
Spain, with an Original Collection of their Songs and 
Poetry, and a Copious Dictionary of their Language, 
2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

BoucHETTE Joseph, The British Dominions in North America ; 
or a Topographical and Statistical Description of Lower 
and Upper Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, &c., 
2 vols. 4to. with Maps in case Lond. 1831 

Bounty, H. M. S., History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure 
of; its causes and consequences Family Lib. Lond. 1831 

Boyle Captain Robert, Voyages and Adventures, VZmo. 

Lond. 1759 

Bremner Robert, Excursions in the Interior of Russia ; includ- 
ing Sketches of the Character and Policy of the Emperor 
Nicholas, &c., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1839 

? Y 



346 HISTORY. 

Bremner Robert, Excursions in Denmark, Norway, a^id Swe- 
den, including Notices of the State of Public Opinion in 
those Countries, and Anecdotes of their Courts, 2 vols. 
8vo. ■ Lond. 1840 

Brockdon Wm., Road-Book from London to Naples; illus- 
trated with engravings, by W. and E. Finden, 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 

Bruce James, Travels to discover the Source of the Nile, in 
1768—73 ; 7 vols. 8vo. and a 4to. Atlas of Plates 

Edinb. 1804 

Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau; by an Old Man, 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Buchanan Francis, (M.D.) Journey from Madras, through 
Mysore, Canara, and Malabar ; for the purpose of inves- 
tigating the State of Agriculture, Arts, and Commerce ; 
the Religion, Manners, and Customs ; the History, Na- 
tural and Civil, &c., 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1807 

Buckingham J. S., Travels in Palestine, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Travels in Mesopotamia, &c., 4to. Lond. 1827 

Travels in Assyria, Media, and Persia, 4to. Lond. 1829 

America, Historical, Statistic, and Descriptive, 3 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1841 

The Slave States of America, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 



BuLLAR Joseph (M.D.) and Henry Bullar, A Winter in the 

Azores, and a Summer at the Baths of the Furnas, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1841 

Bullock W., (F.L.S.") Six Months' Residence and Travels in 

Mexico, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Burchell W. J., Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa, 

2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1822— -24 

Burckhardt J. L., Travels in Nubia, 4to. Lond. 1819 

Travels in Syria and the Holy Land, 4to. Lond. 1822 

Travels in Arabia, 4to. Lond. 1829 

Burnes Lieut. Alex., Travels into Bokhara; being the Account 

of a Journey from India to Cabool, Tartary, and Persia ; 

also a Narrative of a Voyage on the Indus, from the Sea 

to Lahore, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 
Cabool ; being a Personal Narrative of a Journey to, 

and Residence in that City, in the years 1836 — 38, 8vo. 

Lond. 1842 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 347 

Butler Frances Anne, American Journal, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 
Caillot a., Abr6ge des Voyages Modernes, 2 tom. 12mo. 

Paris, 1820 
Calabria during a Military Residence of Three Years, 8vo. 

Lond. 1832 
Caldcleugh a.. Travels in South America, during the years 

1819—21, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Campaigns and Cruises in Venezuela and New Grenada, and 

in the Pacific Ocean, from 1817 — 30; also Tales of 

Venezuela, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

Canada, The Backwoods of; being Letters from the Wife of an 

Emigrant Officer Lib. Ent. Know. 

Candler John, Brief Notices of Hayti; with its Condition, 

Resources, and Prospects, 12rao. Lond. 1842 

Cape of Good Hope, State of, in 1822 ; [by H. T. Colebrooke,] 

8vo. Lond. 1823 

Carne John, Letters from the East; written during a recent 

Tour through Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, &c., 2 vols, small 

8vo. Lond. 1826 

Recollections of Travels in the East, 12mo. Lond. 1830 

Letters from Switzerland and Italy ; during a late 

Tour, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Catlin George, Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, 

and Condition of the North American Indians, 2 vols, 

royal 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Chandler R., (D.D.) Travels in Asia Minor and Greece; 

edited by Nicholas Revett, with Memoir by Archdeacon 

Churton, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1825 

Chateaubriand Viscount de, Travels in America and Italy, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 
Travels to Jerusalem and the Holy Land through 

Egypt; translated by Fred. Shoberl, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 
Chatterton Lady, Home Sketches and Foreign Recollections, 

3 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 
Rambles in the South of Ireland, during the year 

1838, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Cities and Principal Towns in the World, Account of, {Lardners 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1830 



348 HISTORY. 

Clapperton Captain, Journal of a Second Expedition into the 
Interior of Africa; from the Bight of Benin to Soccatoo, 
4to. Lond. 1829 

Clarke Edwd. Daniel, (LL.D.) Travels in various Countries of 
Europe, Asia, and Africa, 6 vols. 4to. Lond. 1810 — 23 

Part 1 Russia, Tartary, and Turkey 

2 Greece, Egypt, and the Holy Land, 3 vols. 

3 Scandinavia, 2 vols. 

Clavers Mrs. Mary, (an actual settler,) A New Home — Who'll 
Follow? or Glimpses of Western Life, 12mo. 

New York, 1840 

Cochrane Captain John Dundas, Narrative of a Pedestrian 

Journey through Russia and Siberian Tartary, to the 

Frozen Sea and Kamtchatka, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Colombia in 1826 ; by an Anglo-Colombian Pamph. vol. 29 

Combe George, Notes on the United States of North America, 

during a Phrenological Visit in 1838—40, 3 vols, small 

8vo. Edinh. 1841 

Comte Lewis le, Compleat History of the Empire of China, 8vo. 

Lond. 1739 
CoNDER Josiah, Italy, 3 vols. 18mo. Lond. 1831 

Vol. 1 Savoy; Piedmont; Genoa; Milan 

2 Lombardy ; Venice ; Bologna ; Florence 

3 Pisa ; Siena ; Rome ; Naples 

CoNOLLY Lieut. Arthur, Journey to the North of India, overland 
from England through Russia, Persia, &c., 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Continental (The) Traveller; being the Journal of an Econo- 
mical Tourist to France, Switzerland, Italy, &c., l2mo. 

Lond. 1833 

Cook Capt. James, Voyage towards the South Pole, and round 
the World, in 1772—75, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1777 

Clerke and Gore, Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, in 

1776—80, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1784 

Cooley Wm. D., The Negroland of the Arabs examined and 
explained ; or an Inquiry into the Early History and 
Geography of Central Africa, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Cooper J. F., Excursions in Switzerland, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 

Recollections of Europe, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1837 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 349 

CoRDiNER Rev. J., (A.M.) A Description of Ceylon ; containing 
an Account of the Country, its Inhabitants, and Natural 
Productions, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1807 

CosTELLO Louisa Stuart, A Summer amongst the Bocages and 
the Vines, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

A Pilgrimage to Auvergne, from Picardy to Le Velay, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Cox Ross, The Columbia River; or Scenes and Adventures 
during a Residence of Six Years on the Western Side of 
the Rocky Mountains, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Cox Rev. F. A. (D.D.) and Rev. J. Hoby, (D.D.) Baptists in 
America ; a Narrative of the Deputation from the Baptist 
Union in England to the United States and Canada, 
12mo. Lond. 1836 

Cradock Jos., Travels in France, in 1783 — 84 Lit. Mem. vol. 2 

Two Journeys in North Wales, in 1776 — 77 

Literary Memoirs, vol. 3 

Cramer Rev. J. A., Geographical and Historical Description of 
Ancient Greece, 3 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1828 

Geographical and Historical Description of Ancient 

Italy, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1826 

A Geographical and Historical Description of Asia 



Minor, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1832 

Crantz David, History of Greenland, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1767 

Craven Lady, A Journey through the Crimea to Constantinople, 
in the year 1786, 4to Lond. 1789 

Crawford John, Journal of an Embassy from the Governor- 
general of India to the Courts of Siam and Cochin 
China, 4to. Lond. 1828 

Cruise R. A., Journal of a Ten Months' Residence in New 
Zealand, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

CuMMiKG W. F., (M.D.) Notes of a Wanderer in Search of 
Health, through Italy, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, up the 
Danube, and down the Rhine, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Cunningham P., Two Years in New South Wales, 2 vols. 
12mo. Lond. 1827 

Damer Hon. Mrs. G. L. Dawson, Diary of a Tour in Greece, 
Turkey, Egypt, and the Holy Land, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 



350 HISTORY.. 

Davies J., First Impressions; a Series of Letters from France, 

Switzerland, and Savoy, in 1833 — 34, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 
Davis John Francis, The Chinese ; a general description of the 

Empire of China and its Inhabitants, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 
Davy John, Account of the Interior of Ceylon, and its Inhabi- 
tants, with Travels in that Island, 4to. Lond. 1821 
De Butt's Lieut., Rambles in Ceylon, 12mo. Lond. 1841 
Den HAM Major Dixon, and Capt. Hugh Clapperton, Narrative 

of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central 

Africa, in 1822—24, 4to. LoJid. 1826 

De Rods Hon. F. F., Travels in the United States and Canada, 

in 1826, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

D'Haussez Baron, Great Britain in 1833, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1833 
DiBDiN Rev. Thomas F., (D.D.) Bibliographical, Antiquarian, 

and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, 3 vols. 

Bvo. Lond. 1821 
A Bibliographical, Antiquarian, and Picturesque Tour 

in the Northern Counties of England, and in Scotland, 

2 vols, royal 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Denon Vivant, Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute ^gypte, 

pendant les Campagnes du General Bonaparte, 2 vols. 

4to. with Atlas, in folio Lond. 1802 

DoBELL Peter, Travels in Kamtchatka and Siberia, and a 

Residence in China, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1830 

DoDWELL E., A Classical and Topographical Tour through 

Greece, during the years 1801, 1805, and 1806, 2 vols. 

4to. Lond. 1819 

Downing C. T., The Fan-qui in China, in 1836—37, 3 vols. 

small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

DuCAS Theodore, Travels in various Countries in Europe ; 

edited by Charles Mills, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

DwiGHT Timothy, (LL.D.) Travels in New England and New 

York, 4 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1823 

Earle A., Narrative of a Nine Months' Residence in New 

Zealand, in 1827, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Eoede Hans, Description of Greenland, 8vo. Lond. 1818 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 351 

Elliot C. B., Travels in the Three Great Empires of Austria, 

Russia, and Turkey, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Ellis William, Narrative of a Tour through Hawaii, or, Owhy- 

hee, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Polynesian Researches; during a Residence of nearly 

Six Years in the South Sea Islands, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 
History of Madagascar ; comprising also the Progress 



of the Christian Mission, established in 1818, and an 
Account of the Persecution of the Native Christians, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Ellis Mrs., Summer and Winter in the Pyrenees, small 8vo. 

Lond. 184i 

Elphinstone Hon. Mountstuart, Account of the Kingdom of 

Caubul, and its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and 

India, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

Elwood Mrs. Col., Narrative of a Journey overland from 

England to India; including a Residence there, and 

Voyage home, in 1825—28, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Emerson James, Letters from the jiEgean, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1829 
EsTE C, A Journey in the year 1793, through Flanders, 
Brabant, and Germany, to Switzerland, 8vo. 

Lond. 1795 
Eustace Rev. J. C, Classical Tour through Italy, 2 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1814 
Evelyn John, A Character of England; as it was lately pre- 
sented in a Letter to a Nobleman of France, with Reflec- 
tions upon " Gallus Castratus" Misc. Writings 
Extracts from the Letters and Journals of George Fletcher 
Moore, Esq., now filling a Judical Office at the Swan 
River Settlement; edited by Martin Doyle, 18mo. 

Lond. 1834 
Fane Henry Edward, Five Years in India ; comprising a Narra- 
tive of Travels in the Presidency of Bengal, a Visit to 
the Court of Runjeet Sing, an Account of the late Expe- 
dition to Cabul and AfFghanistan, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1842 

Faulkner Sir A. B., Visit to Germany and the Low Countries, 

in the years 1829— 31, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1833 



352 HISTORY. 

Faux W., Memorable Days in America; being a Journal of a 
Tour to the United States to ascertain the Condition and 
Probable Prospects of British Emigrants, 8vo. Land. 1823 

Fellowes Charles, Journal written during an Excursion in Asia 
Minor, royal Bvo. Lond. 1839 

An Account of Discoveries in Lycia ; being a Journal 

kept during a Second Excursion in Asia Minor, royal 
8vo, Lond. 1841 

FiNLAYSON George, The Mission to Siam and Hu6, in the years 
1821—22, with a Memoir of the Author, by Sir T. S. 
Raffles, F.R.S., 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Forbes Major, Eleven Years in Ceylon ; comprising Sketches 
of the Field Sports and Natural History of that Colony, 
and an Account of its History and Antiquities, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1841 

Forsyth Joseph, Remarks on Antiquities, Arts, and Letters, 
during an Excursion in Italy, in 1802 — 3, 8vo. 

Lond. 1813 

Fowler George, Three Years in Persia; with Travelling Adven- 
tures in Koordistan, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Fragmente In Beziehung die Koniglich Preussische Erklarung 
an die allgemeine Reichsversammlung, in BetrefF des zu 
Basel am 5ten April, 1795, geschlossenen Friedens, 1795 

Donat. Pam. 175 

Frankland Capt. C. C, Travels to and from Constantinople, 
in 1827—28, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Franklin James, Present State of Hayti, (St, Domingo,) with 
remarks on its Agriculture, Commerce, Laws, Religion, 
Finances, and Population, small 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Franklin Capt. John, Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of 
the Polar Sea, in 1819—22, 4to. Lond. 1823 

another copy, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Second Expedition to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in 

1825— 27,4to. Lond. 1^2% 

Fraser J. B., Journal of a Tour through part of the Snowy 

Range of the Himala Mountains, 4to. Lond. 1820 

Narrative of a Journey in Khorasan, in 1821 — 22, 

&c., 4to. Lond. 1825 

Travels and Adventures in the Persian Provinces on 

the Southern Banks of the Caspian Sea, 4to. Lond. 1826 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 35S 

Fraser J. B., Historical and Descriptive Account of Persia; 

from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1834 

Narrative of the Residence of the Persian Princes in 

^ London, in 1835 — 36 ; with an Account of their Journey 

from Persia, and Subsequent Adventures, 2 vols, small 

8vo. Lond. 1838 

Fryer John, (M.D.) New Account of East India and Persia; 

in eight Letters, being Nine Years' Travels, in 1672 — 81, 

foho Lond. 1698 

Gamble John, Sketches of History, Politics, and Manners, in 

DubUn, and the North of Ireland, in 1810, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1826 
Gardiner Capt. Allen F., Narrative of a Journey to the Zoolu 

Country, in South Africa, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Gell Sir W., Narrative of a Journey in the Morea, 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 
Genoude Eugene, Voyage dans la Vendee, et dans le midi de la 

Europe, 8vo. Paris, 1821 

Geographical Memoirs of New South Wales, by various hands, 

edited by Barron Field, Esq., 8vo. Lond. 1825 

GiFFARD Edward, A Short Visit to the Ionian Islands, Athens, 

and the Morea, small 8vo. Lond. 1837 

GiLLY Rev. W. S., Narrative of an Excursion to the Mountains 

of Piemont, 4to. Lond. 1824 
Waldensian Researches, during a second Visit to the 

Vaudois of Piemont, 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Gleig Rev. G. R., Germany, Bohemia, and Hungary, Visited 

in 1837, 3 vols, small 8vo. Lo7id. 1839 

GouRBiLLON J. A. de. Voyage Critique k I'Etna, 2 tom. 8vo. 

Paris, 1820 
Graham Miss, Journal of a Voyage to Brazil, and Residence 

there, during part of the years 1821 — -23, 4to. Lond. 1824 
Journal of a Residence in Chile, during the yejir 1822 ; 

and a Voyage from Chile to Brazil, in 1823,4to. Lond. 1824 
Granville A. B., Travels to and from St. Petersburg, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1828 

The Spas of Germany, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

The Spas of England and principal Sea- Bathing 

Places; — Northern Spas, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

2 z 



354 HISTORY. 

Grey Capt. George, Journals of two Expeditions of Discovery 
in North- West and Western Australia, during the years 
1837—39, 2 vols. 8vo. Land. 1841 

GuRNEY Joseph John, A Winter in the West Indies, described in 
Familiar Letters, addressed to Henry Clay, of Kentucky, 
8vo. (two copies) Lond. 1840 

A Journey in North America, described in Familiar 

Letters, to Amelia Opie, 8vo. Norwich, 1841 

GuTZLAFF Rev. Charles, Journal of three Voyages along the 
Coast of China, in 1831—33, small 8vo. Lond. 1834 

China Opened ; or a Display of the Topography, His- 
tory, Customs, Manners, Arts, Manufactures, Commerce, 
Literature, Religion, Jurisprudence, &c., of the Chinese 
Empire ; revised by the Rev. Andrew Reed, D.D., 2 vols, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Hall Colonel Francis, The present State of Colombia, 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 

Hall Captain Basil, (R.N.) Extracts from a Journal written on 
the Coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico, in 1820 — 22, 

2 vols, small 8vo. Edinb. 1824 
Travels in North America, in 1827 — 28, 3 vols, small 

8vo. Edinb. 1829 

Forty Etchings, from Sketches made with the Camera 

Lucida, in North America, in 1827 — 28, 4to. 

Edinb. 1829 

Narrative of a Voyage to Java, China, and the Great 

Loo-Choo Island, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Fragments of Voyages and Travels, 3 vols. 18mo. 

Edinb. 1831 
Fragments of Voyages and Travels ; second series, 

3 vols. 18mo. Edinb. 1832 
■ Fragments of Voyages and Travels ; third series, 

3 vols. 18mo. Edinb. 1833 

Patchwork, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Schloss Hainfeld ; or a Winter in Lower Styria, 



12mo. Edinb. 1836 

Hall Mr. and Mrs. S. C, Ireland; its Scenery, Character, &c., 

3 vols, royal Svo. Lond. 1841 — 42 

Hamilton Francis, An Account of the Kingdom of Nepal, 4to. 

Edinb. 1819 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 355 

Hand-Book for India and Egypt; comprising the Narrative of a 
Journey from Calcutta to England, sm. 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Hardy Lieut. R. W. H., Travels in the Interior of Mexico, in 
1825—28, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Harris Capt. William C, The Wild Sports of Southern Africa ; 
being the Narrative of an Expedition from the Cape of 
Good Hope to the Tropic of Capricorn, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Head Capt. F. B., Rough Notes taken during some rapid 
Journeys across the Pampas, and among the Andes, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Head Sir George, Forest Scenes and Incidents in the Wilds of 
North America, 12mo. Lond. 1829 

A Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of 

England, in the summer of 1835, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 
A Home Tour through various parts of the United 



Kingdom ; being a continuation of the " Home Tour 

through the Manufacturing Districts," small 8vo. 

Lond. 1837 
Heber Bishop, Journey through the Upper Provinces of India, 

from Calcutta to Bombay, in 1824 — 25, 2 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1828 

another copy, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Hermit in Italy; or Observations on the Manners and Customs 

of Italy; translated from the French of M. de Jouy, 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1825 

Hindoos (The), Account of; 2 vols. Lib. Ent. Know. 

HiNTON John H., History and Topography of the United States, 

2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1832 

Historical Account of the Circumnavigation of the Globe, and 

the progress of discovery in the Pacific Ocean from the 

Voyages of Magellan to the Death of Cook, small 8vo. 

Edinb. 1836 
Hodgson Captain S., Truths from the West Indies; including 

Sketches of Madeira, in 1833, small 8vo. Lond. 1838 
Hoffman C. F., Wild Scenes in the Forest and Prairie, 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1839 

A Winter in the far West, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Hogu T. J., Two Hundred and Nine Days ; or the Journal of a 

Traveller on the Continent, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1827 



356 HISTORY. 

HoLMAN James, A Voyage Round the World ; including Travels 
in Africa, Asia, Australia, America, &c., from 1827 — 32, 
4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834—35 

Hooker William Jackson, Journal of a Tour in Iceland, in 1809, 
8vo. Lond. 1811 

HosKiNs G. A., Visit to the Great Oasis of the Libyan Desert, 
8vo. Lond. 1837 

HowiTT William, The Student Life of Germany; from the un- 
published MS. of Dr. Cornelius, containing nearly forty 
of the most famous Student Songs, with the original music 
adapted to the piano-forte, by the Herr Winkelmeyer, 
8vo. ' Lond. 1841 

HuGGiNS W., Sketches in India, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Hughes John, An Itinerary of Provence and the Rhone, in 
1819, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Humboldt Alexander de. Personal Narrative of Travels to the 
Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent, in 1799 — 
1804; translated by Helen Maria Williams, 7 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1818—29 

Travels and Researches of; being a condensed Nar- 
rative of his Journeys in the Equinoctial Regions of 
America, and in Asiatic Russia, by W. Macgillivray, A.M., 
12mo. Edinb. 1832 

Inglis Henry D., The Channel Islands; Jersey, Guernsey, 
Alderney, &c., 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 

A Journey throughout Ireland, during the year 1834, 

2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1834 

— Personal Narrative of a Journey through Norway, 



part of Sweden, and the Islands and States of Denmark, 
12mo. Lond. 1835 

The Tyrol, with a glance at Bavaria, 12mo. Lond. 1837 

Rambles in the Footsteps of Don Quixote, 12mo. 

Lond. 1837 

Irving John T., Indian Sketches, taken during an Expedition 
to the Pawnee and other Tribes of American Indians, 
2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Irving Washington, History of the Life and Voyages of Chris- 
topher Columbus, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions of Co- 
lumbus, (Family Lib.) Lond. 1831 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 3i&7 

Italy as it is; or a Narrative of an English Family's Residence 
for three years in that Country, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Italy ; with Sketches of Spain and Portugal, by the Author of 
" Vathek," 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Jackson J. R., What to Observe; or the Traveller's Remem- 
brancer, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

James Edwin, Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the 
Rocky Mountains, in 1819—20, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Jameson Mrs., Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada, 
3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1838 

Jameson R. G., New Zealand, South Australia, and New South 
Wales; a Record of recent Travels in those Colonies, with 
especial reference to Emigration, &c., sm. 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Jameson, Wilson, and Murray's Narrative of Discovery and 
Adventure in Africa, 12mo. Edinb. 1830 

Japanese, Manners and Customs of the; in the nineteenth Cen- 
tury, from recent Dutch Visitors of Japan, and the German 
of Dr. Ph. Fr. Von Siebold, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Jesse Captain, Notes of a Half-pay in Search of Health; or 
Russia, Circassia, and the Crimea, in 1839 — 40, 2 vols, 
small 8vo. Land. 1841 

Jewitt John R., Adventures and Sufferings of; during a Cap- 
tivity of nearly three years among the Savages of Nootka 
Sound, 12mo. Edinb. 1824 

Johnson James, (M.D.) Change of Air; or the Pursuit of 
Health, an Autumnal Excursion through France, Switzer- 
land, and Italy, in 1829, 8vo. Lond. 1831 

The Recess; or Autumnal Relaxation in the Highlands 

and Lowlands, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Johnson Samuel, (LL.D.) Journey to the Western Islands of 
Scotland Works, vol. 8 

Jones Captain G. M., Travels in Norway, Sweden, Finland, 
Russia, and Turkey, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Journal of an English Traveller, from 1814 — m 

Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

JuDSON A. H., Account of the American Baptist Mission to the 
Burman Empire, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Kennedy Richard Hartley, (M.D.) Narrative of the Campaign 
of the Army of the Indus, in Sind and Kaubool, in 
1838—39, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 



358 HISTORY. 

Keppel Major, the Hon. G., Journey across the Balcan, &c., m 
the years 1829—30, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Personal Narrative of a Journey from India to 

England, by Bussorah, Bagdad, the Ruins of Babylon, 
&c., in the year 1824, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Keru Robert, A General History and Collection of Voyages and 
Travels, 18 vols. Svo. Edinb. 1811—24 

Vol. 1 Discoveries in the time of Alfred, King of England, in the ninth 

Century 
Discovery of Greenland, by the Icelanders, in the ninth Century 
Discovery of Winland, or America, by the Icelanders, about the 

year 1001 
Travels of tvyo Mahometans into India and China, in the ninth 

Century 
Travels of Rabbi Benjamin from Spain to China, in the twelfth 

Century 
Travels of an Englishman in Tartary, in J 243 
Sketch of the Revolutions in Tartary 
Travels of John de Piano Carpini, in 1246 
Travels of W. de Rubruquis, about 1253 
Travels of Haitho, Prince of Armenia, in 1254 
Travels of Marco Polo into China and the East, from 1260 — 95 
Travels of Oderic of Portenau, in 1318 
Travels of Sir John Mandeville, in 1 322 
Itinerary of Pegoletti, between Asof and China, in 1355 
Voyages of Nicolo and Antonio Zeno, in 1380 
Travels of John Schildtberger into Tartary, in 1394 
Travels of the Ambassadors of Shah Rokh, King of Persia, from 

Herat to Khanbalek, in 1419 
Travels of Pietro Quirini into Norway, 1431 
Travels of Jos. Barbaro, Ambassador from Venice to Taima, 

in 1436 
2 Account of various early Pilgrimages from England to the Holy 

Land, between 1097—1107 
Discovery of Madeira 

Account of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands 
History of the Discoveries of the Portuguese along the coast of 

Africa, &c., from 1412—1505 
Summary of the Discoveries of the World, from their first original, 

to the year 1555, by Antonio Galvano 
Journey of Ambrose Contarini, Ambjissador from Venice to the 

King of Persia, in 1473—76 
Journals of the Voyages of Cada Mosto, and Pedro de Cintra, to 

the Coa.st of Africa, in 1 455 — 56 
History of the Discovery and Conquest of India, by (he Portuguese, 

between 1497—1505 ' 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 359 

Kerr Robert, Voyages and Travels : continued 

Vol. 2 Letters from Lisbon, in the beginning of the sixteenth Century, 
respecting the then recent Discovery of the route by Sea to 
India, and the Indian Trade 

3 History of the Discovery of America, by Christopher Columbus ; 

written by his son, Don Ferdinand Columbus 
Account of the Discovery of America, by Christopher Columbus ; 

by Antonio de Herrera 
The Voyages of Americus Vespucius to the Nev? World 
Summary of the Discoveries and Settlements of the Spaniards in 
the West Indies, from the Death of Columbus to the Expedi- 
tion of Hernando Cortes against Mexico 
History of the Discovery and Conquest of Mexico, written in 1568, 
by Captain B. D. del Castillo, one of the conquerors 

4 History of the Discovery and Conquest of Mexico : continued 
History of the Discovery and Conquest of Peru, by Francisco 

Pizarro, written by Augustino Zarate 
Early History of Peru, after the death of Francisco Pizarro, by 
Augustino Zarate 

5 History of Peru : continued 

History of the Discovery and Conquest of Chili 
History of the Discovery of Florida 

6 Early English Voyages of Discovery to America 

VoyE^es of Jacques Cartier, from St. Maloes to Newfoundland and 

Canada, in 1334—35 
Discoveries and Conquests of the Portuguese in the East 

7 Discoveries, &c., of the Portuguese : continued 

Voyages and Travels in Egypt, Syria, Arabia, Persia, and India, 

by Ludovico Verthema, in 1503 
Voyages and Travels of Cesar Frederick in India 
Early English Voyages to Guinea, and other parts of the West 

Coast of Africa 
Miscellaneous early Voyages of the English 
Early Voyages of the English to the East Indies, before the 

Establishment of an exclusive Company 

8 Early Voyages of the English to the East Indies : continued 
Early Voyages of the English to India, after the Establishment of 

the East India Company 

9 Early Voyages of the English to India : continued 

10 Voys^e of Ferdinand Magellan round the World, in 1519 — 22 
Voyage of Sir Francis Drake round the World, in 1577 — 80 
Voyage of Sir Thomas Candish round the World, in 1586 — 88 
Voyage of Oliver Van Noort round the World, in 1598—1601 
Voyage of George Spilbergen round the World, in 1614 — 17 
Voyage of William Cor. Schouten and Jacques le Maire round the 

World, in 1615—17 
Voyage of the Nassau Fleet round the World, in 1623 — 26, under 
tlie conunand of Jacques Le Hermite 



360 HISTORY. 

Kerr Robert, Voyages and Travels : continued 

Voyage round the World, in 1683—91, by Capt. John Cooke 
Voyage round the World, in 1703—6, by William Funnell 
Vol. 10 Voyage round the World, in 1708 — 11, by Capt. Woods Rogers 
and Stephen Courtney 
Voyage round the World, in 1719 — 22, by Capt. John Clipperton 
Voyage round the World, in 1719 — 22, by Capt. George Shelvoeke 
II Voyage round the World, in 1719 — 22, by Capt. George Shel- 
voeke : continued 
Voyage round the World, in 1721 — 23, by Commodore Roggewein 
Voyage round the World, in 1740 — 44, by Capt. G. Anson 
12 & 13 An Account of the Voyages undertaken by order of his Majesty 
George III, for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemis- 
phere, and successively performed by Commodore Byron, 
Captains Wallis and Carteret, and Lieut. Cook 
14 & 15 Voyage towards the South Pole, and round the World, in 1771 — 

75, by Capt. James Cook 
15&16 Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, for making Discoveries in the 
Northern Hemisphere ; under the direction of Captains Cook, 
Gierke, and Gore, in 1776-80 
I6&17 Capt. King's Journal of the Transactions on returning to the 
Sandwich Islands 
Byron's Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Wager 
Narrative of the Loss of the Wager, by John Bulkeley and John 
Cummins 
18 Historical Sketch of the progress of Discovery, Navigation and 
Commerce, from the earliest records to the beginning of the 
19th Century, by William Stevenson, Esq. 

King Capt. P. P., Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical 
and Western Coasts of Australia, in the years 1818 — 22, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

King Richard, Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the 
Arctic Ocean, in 1833 — 35, under the command of 
Capt. Back, R.N., 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Kingdom Wm., An Abstract of all the most useful Information 
relative to the United States of America, and the British 
Colonies of Canada, the Cape of Good Hope, New South 
Wales, and Van Dieman's Island, 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Kinnear John, Cairo, Petra, and Damascus, in 1839, with 
Remarks on the Government of Mehemet Ali, and on the 
present Prospects of Syria, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

KiNNEiR John M., Journey through Asia Minor, Armenia, and 
Koordistan, in 1813 — 14, with Remarks on the Marches 
of Alexander, and retreat of the ten thousand, Bvo. 

Lond. 1818 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 361 

Kin NEiR John M., Geographical Memoir of the Persian Empire, 
4to. Lond. 1813 

KiRKPATRicK Col., Account of the Kingdom of Nepaul,in 1793 
royal 4to. . Lond. 1811 

Klaproth J. Von, Travels in Caucasus and Georgia, in 1807 — 8, 
translated by F. Shoberl, 4to. Lond. 1814 

Laborde Alex, de, A View of Spain; comprising a Descriptive 
Itinerary of each Province, &c., 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1809 

Laborde M. L^on de, Journey through Arabia Petraea to Mount 
Sinai, and the excavated City of Petra, the Edom of the 
Prophecies, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Laing Major A. G., Travels in Western Africa, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Laing Samuel, Journal of a Residence in Norway, during the 
years 1834—36, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Tour in Sweden, in 1838 ; Observations on the Moral, 

Political, and Economical State of the Swedish Nation, 
8vo. Lond. 1839 

Notes of a Traveller, on the Social and Political State 



of France, Prussia, Switzerland, Italy, and other parts of 
Europe, during the present Century, 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Lamartine Alphonse de, A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land ; 
comprising Recollections, Sketches, and Reflections made 
during a Tour in the East, in 1832—33, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 

Lander Richard and John, Expedition to explore the Course 
and Termination of the Niger ; with a Narrative of a 
Voyage down that river to its Termination, 3 vols. (Fa- 
mily Lib.) Lond. 1832 

Lane Edw. William, An Account of the Manners and Customs 
of the Modern Egyptians, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Langsdorff G. H. Von, Voyages and Travels in various parts 
of the World, during 1803 — 7, 2 parts, 4to. 

Lond. 1813—14 

Part 1 Voyage from Copenhagen to Brazil, the South Sea, Kamschatka, 
and Japan 
2 Voyage to the Aleutian Islands and north-west coast of America, 
and return by land over the north-east parts of Asia, through 
Siberia, to Petersburgh 

Latham R. G., Norway and the Norwegians, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

3 A 



362 HISTORY. 

Latrobe Charles Joseph, The Rambler in Mexico, in 1834, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Lauder Sir Thomas Dick, (Bart.) Highland Rambles, and Long 
Legends to Shorten the Way, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Edinb. 1837 

Lay G. T., The Chinese as they are; their Moral, Social, and 
Literary Character, a new Analysis of their Language, 
with succinct Views of their principal Arts and Sciences, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Ledyard John, Memoirs of the Life and Travels of; by Jared 
Sparks, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Leslie, Jameson, and Murray's Narrative of Discovery and 
Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1830 

Letters from an Absent Brother ; containing some Account of 
a Tour through parts of the Netherlands, Switzerland, 
Northern Italy, and France, in 1823, [by the Rev, Daniel 
Wilson,] 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1824 

Letters from the north of Italy, addressed to H. Hallam, Esq., 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

Letters from the Shores of the Baltic, second edition, with 
twenty illustrations, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1842 

Lewis M. G., Journal of a West India Proprietor, kept during 
a Residence in the Island of Jamaica, 8vo. Lond. 1834 

LiDDiARD Rev. W., Three Months' Tour in Switzerland and 
France, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Lindsay Lord, Letters on Egypt, Edom, and the Holy Land, 
2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

LiNN^us Charles, Lachesis Lapponica ; or a Tour in Lapland, 
translated by James Edward Smith, M.D., 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1811 

LiPPi C, Lago Fucino ed emissario di Claudio nella regione de' 
Marsi, Napoli, 1818 Donat. Parn. 62 

Lloyd Major Sir Wm., Narrative of a Journey from Caunpoor 
to the Boorendo Pass, in the Himalaya Mountains ; and 
Capt. Alex. Gerard's Account of an Attempt to penetrate 
by Bekhur to Garoo; with a Letter from the late J. G. 
Gerard, Esq. .detailing a Visit to the Shatool and Boorendo 
Passes, &c. &c., edited by George Lloyd, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. S<S3 

Lloyd L., Field Sports of the North of Europe; comprised in 
a personal Narrative of a Residence in Sweden and Nor- 
way, in 1827—28, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

London and Paris; or Comparative Sketches, by the Marquis De 
Vermont and Sir Charles Darnley, Bart., 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Londonderry Marquis of, Recollections of a Tour in the north 
of Europe, in 1836—37, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

LoNGwoRTH J. A., A Year among the Circassians, 2 vols, small 
8vo. Lond. 1840 

Lyon Capt. G. F., Private Journal during the recent Voyage of 
Discovery under Capt. Parry, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

■ Unsuccessful Attempt to reach Repulse Bay, 8vo. 

Lond. 1825 

Journal of a Residence and Tour in the Republic of 

Mexico, in 1826, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Mac Farlane Charles, Constantinople in 1828; a Residence 
of sixteen months in the Turkish Capital and Provinces, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 

M'Gregor John, British America, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1832 

Madden R. R., Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, 
in 1824—27, 2 vols. Lond. 1829 

Madox John, Excursions in the Holy Land, Egypt, Nubia, 
Syria, &c., including a Visit to the unfrequented district 
of the Haouran, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Malcolm Sir J., A Memoir of Central India, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

Man BY G. W., Voyage to Greenland, in the year 1821, 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

Maritime and Inland Discovery, History of; 3 vols. (Lard- 
ners Cyclop.) Lond. 1830 — 31 

Marmont Marshal, (Due de Raguse) The present State of the 
Turkish Empire ; translated with Notes and Observations 
on the Relations of England with Turkey and Russia, by 
Lieut. Col. Sir Frederick Smith, 8vo. Land. 1839 

Marry AT Captain, Diary in America, with Remarks on its Insti- 
tutions, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1839 

Diary in America: second part, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1839 

Marsden William, The History of Sumatra, 4to. and atlas of 
plates Lond. 1811 



364 HISTORY. 

Martin R. Montgomery, The British Colonial Library, 10 vols. 
12mo. Lond. 1836—37 

Vol. 1 History of Upper and Lower Canada 

2 History of Austral- Asia; comprising New South Wales, Van 

Dieman's Island, Swan River, &c. 

3 History of Southern Africa ; comprising the Cape of Good Hope, 

Mauritius, Seychelles, &c. 

4 History of the West Indies ; Vol. 1 , comprising Jamaica, Honduras, 

Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada, The Bahamas, and The Virgin 
Isles 

5 History of the West Indies; Vol. 2, comprising British Guiana, 

Barbadoes, St. Vincent's, St. Lucia, Dominica, Montserrat, 
Antigua, St. Christopher's, &c. 

6 History of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, The Sable Islands, New 

Brunswick, Prince Edward Islands, The Bermudas, New- 
foundland, &c. 

7 History of the British Possessions in the Mediterranean ; com- 

prising Gibraltar, Malta, Gozo, and the Ionian Islands 
8 & 9 History of the Possessions of the Honourable East India Com- 
pany, 2 vols. 
10 History of the British Possessions in the Indian and Atlantic 
Oceans; comprising Ceylon, Penang, Malacca, Sincapore, 
the Falkland Islands, St. Helena, Ascension, Sierra Leone, 
the Gambia, Cape Coast Castle, &c. &c. 

Martineau Harriet, Society in America, 3 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1837 

Retrospect of Western Travel, 3 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 

Matthews Henry, Diary of an Invalid ; being the Journal of a 
Tour in Pursuit of Health in Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, 
and France, in 1817—19, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1822 

Maw Lieut. Henry L., Journal of a Passage from the Pacific to 
the Atlantic, crossing the Andes in the northern Provinces 
of Peru, and descending the river Maranon, or Amazon, 
8vo, Lond. 1829 

May R., (A Missionary to the East Indies,) Narrative of, Lond. 
1819 Donat. Pam. 164 

MedhurstW.H., China; its State and Prospects, with especial 
reference to the spread of the Gospel, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Medwin Thomas, The Angler in Wales; or Days and Nights of 
Sportsmen, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Men and Manners in America ; by the Author of " Cyril Thorn- 
ton," 2 vols. 12mo. Edinb. 1833 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 365 

Mitchell Major T. L., Three Expeditions into the interior of 
Eastern Australia ; with descriptions of the recently ex- 
plored regions of Australia Felix, and New South Wales, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

MooDiE Lieut. J. W. D., Ten Years in South Africa ; including a 
particular description of the Wild Sports of that Country, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835 

MooRCROFT Wm. and Geo. Trebeck, Travels in the Himalayan 
Provinces of Hindustan and the Panjab ; in Peshawar, 
Kabul, Kunduz, and Bokhara, from 1819 — 25, edited by 
H. H. Wilson, M.A., 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1841 

Moore John, (M.D.) Journal during a Residence in France, in 
1792, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1793 

• View of Society and Manners in Italy, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Land. 1781 

View of Society and Manners in France, Switzerland, 

and Germany, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1780 

Morgan Lady, France, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1817 

Italy, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 

MoRiER J., Journey through Persia, Armenia, and Asia Minor, 
to Constantinople, in 1808 — 9, 4to. Lond. 1812 

Second Journey through Persia, Armenia, and Asia 

Minor to Constantinople, between the years 1810 — 16; 
with a Journal of the Voyage by the Brazils and Bombay 
to the Persian Gulf, 4to. Lond. 1818 

Morrison Rev. R., Memoir of the principal Occurrences during 
an Embassy from the British Government to the Court 
of China, 1816 Pamphleteer, yo\. 15 

Muller C, Voyage en Grece et dans les lies loniennes, en 
1821, Svo. Paris, 1822 

MuNDY Captain, Pen and Pencil Sketches, being the Journal of 
a Tour in India, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1832 

MuKE William, Journal of a Tour in Greece and the Ionian 
Islands, 2 vols, small Svo. Edinb. 1842 

Murray Hon. Chas. Aug., Travels in North America, during 
the years 1834 — 36, including a summer Residence with 
the Pawnee Tribe of Indians ; a Visit to Cuba and the 
Azore Islands, &c., 2 vols. Svo, Lond. 1839 

Murray Hon. Jas. Erskine, A Summer in the Pyrenees, 2 vols. 
Svo. Lond. 1837 



366 HISTORY. 

Murray Hugh, Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels 
in Asia, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time, 
3 vols. 8vo. Edinh. 1820 

Napier Major E., Scenes and Sports in Foreign Lands, 2 vols, 
small Svo. Lond. 1840 

Excursions along the Shores of the Mediterranean, 

2 vols, small Svo. Lond. 1842 

Narrative of Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, in the seven- 
teenth Century ; by Evliya EfFendi, translated from the 
Turkish, by the Ritter Joseph Von Hammer, 4to. 

Lond. 1834 

Narrative of a Three Months' March in India, and a Residence 
in the Dooab ; by the Wife of an Officer in the 16th 
Foot, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Narrative of the Loss of the Kent East Indiaman, by Fire, in 
the Bay of Biscay, March 1st, 1825; by a Passenger, 
12mo. Edinb. 1825 

Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty's Ships 
Adventure and Beagle, between the years 182ti and 1836 ; 
describing their Examination of the Southern Shores of 
South America, and the Beagle's Circumnavigation of 
the Globe, 3 vols, in 4, 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Vol. 1 Proceedings of the First Expedition, 1826 — 30, under the com- 
mand of Capt. P. P. King, R.N. 

2 Proceedings of the Second Expedition, 1831—36, under the com- 

mand of Capt. R. Fitz-Roy, R.N. 
Appendix to vol. 2. Meteorological Journal, &c. 

3 Journal and Remarks, 1832 — 36 ; by Charles Darwin, Esq., M. A. 

Sec. Geol. Soc. 

New (Tlie) Zealanders, Account of Lib. Ent. Know. 

NiEBUiiR C, Voyage en Arabic, et en d'autres Pays circon- 

voisins, 2 tom. 4to. Amst. 1776 — 80 

Description de I'Arabie, 4to. Amst. 1774 

Micheelis, Recueil des Questions proposees h. une Society 

de Savans (jui par ordre de sa Majeste Danoise font le 

Voyage de I'Arabie, 4to. Amst. MIA 

Noel Baptist W., (M.A.) Notes of a Short Tour through the 

Midland Counties of Ireland, in the Summer of 1836, 

small Svo. Lond. 1837 

NoRDBN Fred. L,, Travels in Egypt and Nubia, 8to. 2/onrf. 1757 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 367 

Notes and Reflections during a Ramble in Germany, 8vo. 

Lond. 1826 

Notions of the Americans, picked up by a Travelling Bachelor, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

NouGARET P. J. B., Adventures des plus Remarquables des 
Marins, 12mo. Paris, 1821 

NowRojEE Jehangeer, and Hirjeebhoy Merwanjee, (of Bombay) 
Journal of a Residence of Two Years and a Half in Great 
Britain, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Osborne Hon. W. G., The Court and Camp of Runjeet Sing ; 
with an Introductory Sketch of the Origin and Rise of 
the Slhk State, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

OusELEY Sir William, Travels in various Countries of the East ; 
more particularly Persia, in 1810 — 12, 3 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1819—23 

Owen Capt. W. F. W., Narrative of Voyages to Explore the 
Shores of Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1833 

Pallas P. S., Travels through the Southern Provinces of the 
Russian Empire, in 1793 — 94; translated from the Ger- 
man, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1802 

Pardoe Miss, The City of the Sultan ; and Domestic Manners 
of the Turks, in 1836, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

The City of the Magyar ; or Hungary and her Insti- 
tutions, in 1839 — 40, 3 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Parish Sir Woodbine, Buenos Ayres, and the Provinces of the 
Rio de la Plata ; their present State, Trade, and Debt, 
8vo. Lond. 1839 

Park Mungo, Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa, in 1795 
— 1797; with an Account of a subsequent Mission to 
that Country, in 1805, and an Account of his Life, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1817 

Parry Capt. William Edw., Journal of a Voyage for the Dis- 
covery of a North West Passage from the Atlantic to 
the Pacific, in 1819 — 20 ; with an Appendix, 4to. 

Lond. 1821 

Supplement to the Appendix of his Voyage for the 

Discovery of a North West Passage, in 1819 — 20 ; con- 
taining an Account of the Subjects of Natural History, 
4to. Lond. 1824 



368 HISTORY. 

Parry Capt. William Edw., Journal of a Second Voyage for 
the Discovery of a North West Passage from the Atlantic 
to the Pacific, in 1821—23, 4to. Lond. 1824 

Appendix to the Joutnal of a Second Voyage for the 

Discovery of a North West Passage, in the years 1821 — 
1823, 4to. Lond. 1825 

Journal of a Third Voyage for the Discovery of a 



North West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, 

4to. Lond. 1826 

Pashley Robert, Travels in Crete, 2 vols. 8vo. Camb. 1837 

Passavant M., Tour of a German Artist in England, 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1836 

Patterson Major John, Camp and Quarters ; or Scenes and 

Impressions of Military Life, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 
Pecciiio Count, Semi-Serious Observations of an Italian Exile, 
during his Residence in England, 12mo. Lond. 1833 
Pennant Thomas, Tour in Scotland ; and Voyage to the He- 
brides, 2 vols. 4to. Warrington 1774 

Tour in Wales, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1784 

Journey from Chester to London, 4to. Lond. 1782 

View of Hindostan, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1798 

Vol. 1 Western Hindostan 
2 Eastern Hindostan 

PiROUSE J. F. G. de la, Voyage Round the World, in 1785 — 
1788, 3 vols. 8vo., with folio Atlas Lond. 1807 

Philip Rev. John, (D.D.) Researches in South Africa; illus- 
trating the Civil, Moral, and Religious Conditions of 
the Native Tribes, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Phipps Constantine John, A Voyage towards the North Pole, 
undertaken by His Majesty's command, in 1773, 4to, 

Lond. 1774 

PiCKEN A., The Canadas, as they at present commend them- 
selves to the enterprize of Emigrants, Colonists, and 
Capitalists, 12mo. Lond. 1832 

Pickering Joseph, Emigration or no Emigration ; being a 
Narrative of the Author, (an English Farmer) from 1824 
to 1830, in the United States, Canada, &c., 12mo. 

Lond. 1830 

Picture of Australia, small 8vo. Lond. 1829 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 369 

PiNKERTON John, A Collection of the best and most interesting 
Voyages and Travels in all parts of the World ; many of 
which are now first translated into English ; digested on 
a new Plan, 17 vols. 4to. Lond. 1808—14 



Vol. I The Voyages of Sir Hugh Willoughby and others to the Northern 
Parts of Russia and Siberia 
Three Voyages of the Dutch to the North of Europe 
Dissertation of J. I. Pontanus, concerning the North East Passage 
Regnard's Journey to Lapland, &c. 

Journey of Maupertius to the Polar Circle " 

Outhier's Journal of a Voyage to the North 
Travels of M. Arwld Ehrenmalm in Western Nordland, &c. 
Account of Danish Lapland ; by Leems 
Allison's Voyage from Archangel 
New Account of Samoiedia and the Samoiedes 
Journal of Seven Seamen left at Spitzbergen 
Phipps' Journal of a Voyage to the North Pole 
Le Roy's Narrative of Four Russian Sailors, cast upon the Island 

of East Spitzbergen 
Backstrom's Voyage to Spitzbergen 
Von Troll's Letters on Iceland 
Kerguelen's Voyage to the North 

Earl of Cumberland's Voyage to the Azores ; by R. Wright 
Raleigh's Report of an Engagement near the Azores 
Voyage to Tercera ; by De Chaste 

2 Voyage to England and Scotland ; by Gonzales 
Shaw's Tour to the West of England 

Sketch of a Tour in Derbyshire ; by William Bray 

Oryctography of Derbyshire ; by Ferber 

Travels through several parts of England ; by C. P. Moritz 

Skrine's Tours through Wales 

Malkin's Tour through Wales 

Hassell's Tour to the Isle of Wight 

Heath's Account of the Islands of Seilly 

Robertson's Tour through the Isle of Man 

3 Two Tours in Scotland ; by Pennant 
Account of the Drosacks ; from Garnet's Tour 

Martin's Description of the Western Islands, and Voyage to St. 

Kilda 
Account of Hirta and Rona ; by Sir George Mackenzie 
Brand's Description of the Orkneys and Shetland 
Abstract of Young's Tour in Ireland 
Hamilton's Letters on the Northern Coast of Ireland 

4 Lister's Joiuney to Paris, 1698 
Young's Travels in France 

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370 HISTORY. 

PiNKERTON John, Voyages and Travels: continued 



Vol. 4 Saussure's Attempt to reach the Summit of Mont Blanc 
Ramond's Journey to the Summit of Mont Perdu 

5 Spallanzani's Travels in Italy 

Dolomieu's Account of the Earthquakes in Calabria, in 1783 
Bourgoanne's (Bourgoing's) Travels in Spain 
Coxe's Travels in Sv?itzerland 

6 Riesbeck's Travels through Germany 
Portia's Travels in Sweden 

Coxe's Travels in Norway, Denmark, and Russia 

ASIA. 

7 Travels of Rabbi Benjamin 
Travels of Rubruquis 
Travels of Marco Polo 
Travels of Two Mahometans 
NieuhofTs Travels in China 
Bell's Travels in Asia 
Hamel's Travels in Korea 
Description of Tibet 

Travels of Goez, from Labor to China 
Travels through Tibet ; by several Missionaries 
Caron's Account of Japan 
Diary on the Coast of Japan, 1673 
Kempfer's History of Japan 

8 Journal of Sir Thomas Roe, Embassador to the Great Mogul 
Bemier's Voyage to the East Indies 

Extract from Tavemier's Voyages, concerning the Diamond Mines 

Hamilton's Account of the East Indies 

Lord's Discovery of the Banians 

Buchanan's Journey through Mysore, Canara, and Malabar 

9 Extracts from the Travels of Pietro Delle Valle, in Persia 
Abstract of Chardin's Travels in Persia 

Description of Persia; from Harris's Collection, republished by 

Dr. Campbell 
Francklin's Tour in the South of Persia 
Extracts from Forster's Travels, concerning the Northern Parts of 

Persia 
Accounts of Independent Tartary 
Jenkinson's Travels in Bucharia 
Balbi's Voyage to Pegu 
Fitch's Voyage to Pegu, &c. 
Symes'B Embassy to Ava 
Turpin's History of Siam 
Baron's Description of Tonqueen 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 371 

PiNKERTON John, Voyages and Travels : continued 

ASIA. 

Vol. 9 Richard's History of Tonquin 

Borri's History of Cochin China 

10 Niebuhr's Travels in Arabia 
Blount's Voyage to the Levant 
Dandini's Voyage to Mount Libanus 
Maundrell's Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem 
Clayton's Journey from Cairo to Mount Sinai 
Dr. Pocock's Travels in the East 

ASIATIC ISLANDS. 

1 1 Dampier's Account of the Philippines 

Observations on the Philippine Islands, and the Isle of France ; 

from the French of M. de Guignes 
Beeckman's Voyage to Borneo 
Account of Java, Batavia, Celebes, Amboyna, &c. ; from the 

Voyages of Stavorinus 
Pigafetta's Voyage round the World . 

Extracts from the Treatise on Navigation of Antonio Pigafetta 
Australasia; Introductory Observations from the Work of the 

President de Brosses 
Pelsart's Voyage to Australasia 

Tasman's Voyage for the Discovery of Southern Countries 
Dampier's Account of New Holland 
Abstract of Cook's Three Voyages 
Voyage for the Discovery of Southern Lands ; from the French of 

M. Peron 

NORTH AMERICA. 

12 Colon's (Columbus's) Discovery of the West Indies 
Discoveries made by the English in America from the Reign of 

Henry VII, to the close of that of Queen Elizabeth 
Frobisher's Three Voyages for the Discovery of the North West 

Passage, 1576—78 
Discovery of, and Voyages to, Virginia 
Cartier's Discovery of the Island of New France 

13 Smith's History of Virginia, New England, and the Summer Isles 
Lahontan's Travels in Canada 

Memoirs of North America 
Kalm's Travels in North America 

Bumaby's Travels through the Middle Settlements in North 
America, in 1759 — 60 

SOUTH AMERICA. 

14 Betagh's Account of Peru 
Ovalle's Historical Relation of Chili 
Condamine's Travels in South America 
Bouguer's Voyage to Peru 



372 HISTORY. 

PiNKERTON John, Voyages and Travels : continued 

SOUTH AMERICA. 

VoL 14 Ulloa'8 Voyage to South America 

NieuhoflTs Voyages and Travels into Brazil 

AFRICA. 

15 Voyage to Abyssinia; by Father Jerome Lobo 
Poncet's Journey to Abyssinia 

Browne's Journey to Dar-Fur 
Pococke's Travels in Egypt 
Addison's Account of West Barbary 
Windhus's Journey to Mequinez 
Shaw's Travels in Barbary 
Lempriere's Tour to Morocco 
Abd Allatif s Relation Respecting Egypt 

16 Thunberg's Account of the Cape of Good Hope 
Voyage to Congo ; by Angelo and Carli 
Merolla's Voyage to Congo 

Strange Adventures of Andrew Battel, of Leigh, in Essex, sent by 

the Portuguese Prisoner to Angola 
Bosnian's Description of the Coast of Guinea 
Proyart's History of Loango, Kakongo, and other Kingdoms in 

Africa 
Adanson's Voyage to Senegal, the Island of Goree, and the River 

Gambia 
Santos's History of Eastern Ethiopia 
Rochon's Voyage to Madagascar 
Glas's History of the Canary Islands 
Park's Travels in Africa 

17 Retrospect of the Origin and Progress of Discovery, by Sea and 

Land, in Ancient, Modem, and Recent Times 
Critical Catalogue of Books of Voyages and Travels 
Index 

PiNKERTON Robert, (D.D.) Russia; or Miscellaneous Observa- 
tions on the past and present State of that Country and 
its Inhabitants, royal 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Planche J. R., Descent of the Danube, front Ratisbon to 
Vienna, during the Autumn of 1827, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

PoLACK J. S., New Zealand; being a Narrative of Travels and 
Adventiires during a Residence in that Country, between 
the years 1831—37, 2 vols, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

PoRTUOAL and Gallicia ; with a review of the Social and 
Political State of the Basque Provinces, and a few 
Remarks on the recent Events in Spain, 2 vols, small 
8vo. Lond. 1836 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 373 

Pringle Thomas, Narrative of a Residence in South Africa 

African Sketches 

PnisoNERS (The) of Abd-el-kader; or Five Months' Captivity 
among the Arabs, in the Autumn of 1836, by Mons. A. 
de France, translated by R. F. Porter, 12mo. Lond. 1838 

Qanoon-e-Islam ; or the Customs of the Moosulmans of India, 
by JafFur Shurreef, (a Native of the Deccan,) translated 
by G. A. Herklots, M.D., 8vo. Lond. 1832 

QuiN Michael J., Steam Voyage dov?n the Danube; with 
Sketches of Hungary, Wallachia, Servia, and Turkey, 
&c., 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Visit to Spain, in 1823, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Raffles Sir T. S., History of Java, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1817 

Rankin F. Harrison, The White Man's Grave; a Visit to 
Sierra Leone, in 1834, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Raumer Fred. Von, England in 1835; being a Series of 
Letters written to Friends in Germany, during a Resi- 
dence in London, and Excursions into the Provinces, 
translated from the German, by Sarah Austin and H. E. 
Lloyd, 3 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Italy and the Itahans, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Recollections of an Excursion to the Monasteries of Alcoba^a 
and Batalha; by the Author of* Vathek," 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 

Recollections of the Peninsula; by the Author of '* Sketches 
in India," 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Recollections of a Service of Three Years during the War of 
Extermination in the Republics of Venezuela and Co- 
lombia, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Redding Cyrus, History of Shipwrecks and Disasters at Sea ; 
from the most authentic Sources, 4 vols. 18mo. 

Lond. 1833—35 

Reed Andrew, (D.D.) and James Matheson, D.D., A Narrative 
of the Visit to the American Churches, by the Deputa- 
tion from the Congregational Union of England and 
Wales, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Rennell Major James, Memoirs of a Map of Hindoostan, or, 
the Mogul Empire; with an Introduction illustrative of 
the Geography and Present Division of that Country, 
4to. Lond. 1792 



374 HISTORY. 

Residence (A) on the Shores of the Baltic; described in a 
series of Letters, 2 vols, 12 mo. Lond. 1841 

Reynolds Sir Jos., Journey to Flanders and Holland, in 1781 

Works, vol. 2 

Rich C. J., Narrative of a Residence in Koordistan, and on the 
Site of Ancient Nineveh ; with a Journal of a Voyage 
down the Tigris to Bagdad, &c., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Richardson Robert, (M.D.) Travels along the Mediterranean 
in company with the Earl of Belmore, in 1816 — 18, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 
RicKAHDs R., India; or Facts submitted to illustrate the Cha- 
racter and Condition of the Native Inhabitants, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1828—32 

Ride (A) on Horseback to Florence, through France and Swit- 
zerland; by a Lady, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Ritchie Leitch, The Wye and its Associations; a Picturesque 
Ramble, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Roberts Emma, Scenes and Characteristics in Hindostan ; with 
Sketches of Anglo Indian Society, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1837 

Robertson J. P. and W. P., Letters on Paraguay; comprising 
an Account of a Four Years' Residence in that Republic, 
under the Government of the Dictator Francia, 3 vols, 
small 8 vo. Lond. 1839 

Robinson Edward, (D.D.) Biblical Researches in Palestine, 
Mount Sinai, and Arabia Petrsea; a Journal of Travels 
in the year 1838, by E. Robinson and E. Smith, under- 
taken in reference to Biblical Geography. Drawn up 
from the Original Diaries, with Historical Illustrations, 

3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 
RoBV John, Seven Weeks in Belgium, Switzerland, Lombardy, 

Piedmont, Savoy, &c. &c., 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Rome in the nineteenth Century ; containing an Account of the 

Ancient City, the Remains of the Middle Ages, and the 

Monuments of Modern Times, 3 vols. ]2mo. Edinb. 1826 

Rose C, Four Years in Southern Africa, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Ross Capt. Sir J., Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of 

a North West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic 

Regions, during the years 1829 — 33, 4to. Lond. 1835 

Appendix to ditto, 4to. Lond. 1836 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 375 

RuscHENBERGER W. S. W., (M.D.) Narrative of a Voyage 

round the World, in 1835 — 37 ; including a Narrative of 

an Embassy to the Sultan of Muscat and the King of 

Siam, 2 vols. 8vo. Land. 1838 

Rush Rich., Narrative of a Residence at the Court of London, 

8vo. Lond. 1833 

Russell John, A Tour in Germany, and some of the Southern 

Provinces of the Austrian Empire, in 1820' — 22, 2 vols. 

12mo. Edinb. 1825 

Russell Rev. M., Nubia and Abyssinia; comprehending their 

Civil History, Antiquities, Arts, Religion, Literature, and 

Natural History, 12mo. Edinb. 1833 
History and Present Condition of the Barbary States, 

I2mo. Edinb. 1835 

Salt Henry, Voyage to Abyssinia, and Travels into the Interior 

of that Country, 4to. Lond. 1814 

Saussure H. B. de, Voyages dans les Alpes, precedes d'un 

Essai sur I'Histoire Naturelle des Environs de Geneve, 

4 torn. 4to. Neufchatel, 1779 — 96 

ScEKES and Impressions in Egypt and in Italy ; by the Author 

of " Sketches of India," 8vo. Lond. 1824 

ScoRESBY William, Jun., Account of the Arctic Regions, 2 vols. 

8vo. Edinb. 1820 
Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale Fishery, 

in 1822, 8vo. Edinb. 1823 

Scott John, Paris Revisited in 1815, by way of Brussels; 

including a Walk over the Field of Battle at Waterloo 

Lond. 1816 
Journal of a Tour to Waterloo and Paris ; in company 

with Sir Walter Scott, in 1815, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 
ScoTT John Lee, Narrative of a recent Imprisonment in China 

after the Wreck of the Kite, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Sedgwick Miss, Letters from Abroad to Kindred at Home, 
3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Seely Capt. J. B., Wonders of Elora; or a Narrative of a 
Journey to the Temples and Dwellings excavated out of 
a Mountain of Granite at Elora, in the East Indies, 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 
Simon D L., Voyage en Angleterre, 2 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1817 
Tour in Great Britain, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1817 



376 HISTORY. 

SiMOND L., Tour and Residence in Switzerland, in 1817 — 19, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Tour in Italy and Sicily, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Sinclair Catherine, Hill and Valley ; or Hours in England and 
Wales, 12mo. Edinb. 1838 

Scotland and the Scotch ; or the Western Circuit, 

12mo. Edinb. 1840 

Shetland and the Shetlanders; or the Northern Cir- 



cuit, 12mo. Edinb. 1840 

Six Months in the West Indies, in 1825, 12mo. Lond. 1826 

Sketches in Ireland ; descriptive of interesting portions of the 
Counties of Donegal, Cork, and Kerry ; [by the Rev. 
Caesar Otway,] 12mo. Dublin, \%39 

Sketches in Erris and Tyrawley ; [by the Rev. Csesar Otway,] 
12mo. Dublin, 1841 

Sketches of India; by an Officer, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Sketches of Persia ; from the Journals of a Traveller in the 
East, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Sketches of Portuguese Life, Manners, Costume, and Charac- 
ter, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Skinner Major, Adventures during a Journey Overland to 
India, by way of Egypt, Syria, and the Holy Land, 
2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Slade Adolphus, (R.N.) Travels in Germany and Russia; 
including a Steam Voyage by the Danube and the 
Euxine, from Vienna to Constantinople, in 1838 — 39, 
Svo. Lond. 1840 

Son N in I C. S., Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt; translated 
by Henry Hunter, D.D., 3 vols. Svo. Lmd. 1799 

Southey R., Letters written during a Journey in Spain, and a 
short Residence in Portugal, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1808 

Southgate Rev. Horatio, Narrative of a Tour through Armenia, 
Kurdistan, Persia, and Mesopotamia, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

Spain Revisited ; by the Author of " A Year in Spain," 2 vols. 
12mo. Lond. 1836 

Spencer Edmund, Travels in Circassia, Krim Tartary, &c. ; 
including a Steam Voyage down the Danube, from 
Vienna to Constantinople, and round the Black Sea, in 
1836, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1S37 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 377 

Spencer Edmund, Travels in the Western Caucasus; including 
a Tour through Imeritia, Mingrelia, Turkey, &c., in 
1836, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Standish Frank Hall, Seville and its Vicinity, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Staunton Sir George, Account of the Embassy of the Earl of 
Macartney to the Emperor of China, 2 vols. 4to. with 
folio Atlas Lond. 1798 

Steedman Andrew, Wanderings and Adventures in the Interior 
of Southern Africa, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Stephens John L., Incidents of Travel in Central America, 
Chiapas, and Yucatan, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Stevenson S. W., Tour in France, Savoy, Northern Italy, 
Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands, in the sum- 
mer of 1825, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Steuart J., Bogota in 1836 — 37; being a Narrative of an 
Expedition to the Capital of New Grenada, and a Resi- 
dence there of eleven months, 12mo. New York, 1838 

Stewart C. S., Visit to the South Seas, during the years 1829 
and 1830, 2 vols. 12mo. Lmd. 1832 

Stuart James, Three Years in North America, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Edinb. 1833 

Sturge Joseph, and Thomas Harvey, The West Indies in 1837 ; 
being the Journal of a Visit to Antigua, Montserrat, 
Dominica, St. Lucia, Barbadoes, and Jamaica, for the 
purpose of ascertaining the actual Condition of the 
Negro Population of those Islands, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 

Sturt Captain Charles, Two Expeditions into the interior of 
Southern Australia, during the years 1829 — 31, with 
Observations on the Soil, &c., of New South Wales, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Summer (A) in Andalusia, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Summer in Spain; being the Narrative of a Tour made in the 
summer of 1835, 12mo. Lond. WiQ 

Swinburne Henry, Travels in the Two Sicilies, in 1777 — 80, 
2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1783 

The Courts of Europe at the close of the last Century ; 

edited by Charles White, Esq., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Tableau Problematique de Londres et de Paris, mis en Parallele, 
Londres, 1812 Donat. Pam. 62 

3 c 



'^8 HISTORY. 

Taylor Catharine, Letters from Italy to a Younger Sister, 

2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1840—41 

Taylor John, Selections from the Works of Humboldt, relative 

to Mexico, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Temple Edmond, Travels in various parts of Peru, including a 

Year's Residence in Potosi, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Temple Major Sir Grenville, Travels in Greece and Turkey, 

2 vols, small 8vo, Lond. 1836 

Tennant C, Tour through parts of the Netherlands, Holland, 

Germany, Switzerland, Savoy, and France, in 1821 — 22, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Tennant J. Emerson, (M.P.) Belgium, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 
Thompson G., Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1827 

Three Weeks in Palestine and Lebanon, l8mo. Lond. 1833 
Thugs of India, Illustrations of the History and Practices of the, 

8vo. Lond. 1837 

TiMKOwsKi George, Travels of the Russian Mission through 

Mongolia to China, and Residence in Peking, in the years 

1820—21, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

ToBiN J. J., Journal of a Tour made in the years 1828 — 29, 

through Styria, Carniola, and Italy, whilst accompanying 

the late Sir Humphry Davy, 18mo. Lond. 1832 

Tour in Connaught; comprising Sketches of Clonmacnoise, 

Joyce Country, and Achill, [by the Rev. C. Otway,] 

12mo. Dublin, 1839 

Tour in Germany, Holland, and England, in the years 1826 — 28, 

by a German Prince, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1832 

.Tour in England, Ireland, and France, in the years 1828 — 29 

by a German Prince, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1832 

Tour on the Prairies; by the Author of "The Sketch Book," 

12mo. Lond. 1835 

Tour (A Family) through South Holland, up the Rhine, and 
across the Netherlands, to Ostend, {Family Lib.) 

Lond. 1831 
TowNSHEND J. K., Sporting Excursions in the Rocky Moun- 
tains ; including a Journey to the Columbia River, and a 
Visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &c., 2 vols, small 
8vo. Lond. 1840 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 379 

Travels of Ibn Batuta, translated from the Arabic, with Notes, 
&c., by Rev. Samuel Lee, D.D., 4to. Lond. 1829 

Trollope Mrs., Domestic Manners of the Americans, 2 vols, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Domestic Manners of the Americans, American Criti- 
cisms on, Lond. 1833 Pamphlets,! 

Belgium and Western Germany, in 1833, 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1834 

Paris and the Parisians, in 183.5, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 
Vienna and the Austrians, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 



TucKEV Capt. J. K., Narrative of an Expedition to explore the 
River Zaire, usually called the Congo, in South Africa, in 
1816, 4to. Zone?. 1818 

TuRNBULL David, Travels in the West; Cuba, with Notices of 
Porto Rico, and the Slave Trade, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Two Summers in Norway ; by the Author of " The Angler in 
Ireland," 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Tyerman Rev. D., and Geo. Bennett, Esq., (deputed from the 
London Missionary Society to Visit their various stations 
in the South Sea Islands, China, India, &c.;) Journal of 
Voyages and Travels, compiled from the original docu- 
ments by James Montgomery, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Vaillant M., Travels from the Cape of Good Hope, into the 
interior parts of Africa, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1790 

New Travels into the interior parts of Africa, in the 

years 1783—85, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1796 

Valentia George Viscount, Voyages and Travels to India, Cey- 
lon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia, and Egypt, in the years 
1802—6, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1809 

Valpy R., Sketch of a Trip to Paris, in 1788 Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Vancouver Capt. George, A Voyage of Discovery to the North 
Pacific Ocean and round the World, performed in the 
years 1790—95, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1801 

Van Dieman's Land Almanack, for the year 1831, I2mo. 

Hobart Town 

ViGNE G. T., Six Months in America, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1832 

A Personal Narrative of a Visit to Ghuzni, Kabul, and 

Afghanistan ; and of a Residence at the Court of Dost 
Mohamed, 8vo. Lond. 1840 



380 HISTORY. 

VoLNEY M. C. F., Travels through Syria and Egypt, in the 
years 1783 — 85, translated from the French, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1805 

Voyage to the Northern Ports of China, in the Ship Lord Am- 
herst, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Walpole Rev. Robert, Memoirs relating to European and 
Asiatic Turkey, 4to. Lond. 1817 

Travels in various Countries of the Fast; being a 

Continuation of Memoirs relating to Turkey, 4to. 

Lond. 1820 

Walsh Rev. R,, (LL.D.) Notices of Brazil, in 1828—29, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1830 

Narrative of a Journey from Constantinople to Eng- 
land, small 8vo. Lond. 1828 
A Residence at Constantinople, during the period of the 



Greek and Turkish Revolutions, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Ward William, A View of the History, Literature, and Mytho- 
logy of the Hindoos ; including a minute description of 
their Manners and Customs, and Translations from their 
principal Works, 3 vols. 8vo. Lojid. ] 822 

Ward H. G., Mexico, in 1827, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Waterton Charles, Wanderings in South America, the North- 
West of the United States, and the Antilles, in 1812, 
1816, 1820, and 1824, 4to. Lond. 1825 

Weddell J., a Voyage towards the South Pole; performed in 
the years 1822—24, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Wellsted J. R., Travels to the City of the Caliphs, along the 
Shores of the Persian Gulf, and the Mediterranean, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lo7id. 1840 

Welsh Col. James, Military Reminiscences; extracts from a 
Journal of nearly Forty Years' active Service in the East 
Indies, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Wentworth W. C, Account of the British Settlements in Aus- 
tralasia ; including the Colonies of New South Wales 
and Van Diemen's Land, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

West Rev. John, Journal during a Residence at the Red River 
Colony, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Journal of a Mission to the Indians of the British 

Provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, &c., 8vo. 

Lond. 1827 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, ETC. 381 

White Lieut. John, A Voyage to Cochin China, 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 
WiLBRAHAM Capt. Richard, Travels in the Trans-Caucasian 
Provinces of Russia, and along the Southern Shore of the 
Lakes of Van and Urumiah, in 1837, 8vo. Lond. 1839 
Wilde W. R., Narrative of a Voyage to Madeira, TenerifFe, 
and along the Shores of the Mediterranean ; including a 
Visit to Algiers, Egypt, Palestine, Tyre, Rhodes, Tel- 
messus, Cyprus, and Greece ; with Observations on the 
present State and Prospects of the East, 2 vols. Svo. 

Dublin, 1840 
Williams John, A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the 
South Sea Islands, 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Willis N. P., Pencilling? by the Way, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1835 

Inklings of Adventure, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Loiterings of Travel, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1840 

Letters from under a Bridge ; and Poems, small 4to. 

Lond. 1840 
Wix Edward, Six Months of a Newfoundland Missionary's 
Journal, from February to August, 1835, 12mo. 

Lond. 1836 
Wolff Rev. J., Missionary Journal and Memoir of; by J. Bay- 
ford, Esq., 3 vols. Svo. Lond. 1824—29 
Wood Lieut. John, Personal Narrative of a Journey to the 
Source of the River Oxus, by the Route of the Indus, 
Kabul, and Badakhshan ; performed under the sanction of 
the Supreme Government of India, in the years 1836 — 
1838, 8vo. Lond. 1841 
Wrangell Adm. Ferdinand Von, Narrative of an Expedition 
to the Polar Sea, in the years 1820 — 23; edited by 
Major Edward Sabine, R. A., 8vo. Lond. 1840 
Wright J., Memoir of the Mosquito Territory, Lond. 1808 

Donat. Pam. 57 
Yate Rev. William, Account of New Zealand; and of the 
Formation and Progress of the Church Missionary So- 
ciety's Mission in the Northern Island, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 
Year (A) in Spain ; by a Young American, 2 vols, small Svo. 

Lond. 1831 



382 HISTORY. 

Young William, Portugal in 1828; with a Narrative of the 
Author's Residence there, and of his Persecution and 
Confinement as a Stale Prisoner, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

ZwiCK H, A., and J. G. Schill, Calmuc Tartary ; or a Journey 
from Sarepta to several Calmuc Hordes of the Astracan 
Government, in 1823, 12mo. Lond. 1831 



SECTION V. 

Universal History, Ancient History, and 
Chronology. 

Alexander the Great, Life and Actions of; by Rev. J.Williams, 
(Family Lib.) Lond. 1829 

Anacharsis Du Jeune, Voyage en Gr^ce, vers le Milieu du 
Quatri^me Siecle avant I'ere vulgaire ; par I'Abbe Barthe- 
lemy, 7 tom. 8vo. et Atlas en 4to. Paris, 1821 

Arnold Thomas, (D.D.) History of Rome, vols. 1, 2, 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

Art (1') de Verifier les Dates des Faits Historiques, des Inscrip- 
tions, des Chroniques et autres Anciens Monuments avant 
rfere Chretienne, 5 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1819 

Art (!') de Verifier les Dates des Faits Historiques, des Chartes, 
des Chroniques et autres Anciens Monuments depuis la 
naissance de Notre-Seigneur, 18 tom. 8vo. 

Paris, 1818—19 

AsiATicK Researches ; or Transactions of the Society instituted 
in Bengal for Inquiring into the History, &c., of Asia, 
12 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1801—18 

Athenian Letters; or the Epistolary Correspondence of an 
Agent of the King of Persia, resident at Athens, during 
the PeloponnesianWar ; edited by the Earl of Hardwicke, 
2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1810 



UNIVERSAL AND ANCIENT HISTORY, ETC. 383 

Bell Major James, Compendious View of Universal History and 
Literature, in a series of Tables from the German of 
G. G. Bredow ; with a Table of Painters from the French 
notes of Sir Matthew Van Bree, folio Lond. 1 829 

Blair John, (LL.D.) Chronology and History of the World, 
folio lond. 1814 

Bulwer Edw. L., Athens, its Rise and Fall, with News of the 
Literature, Philosophy, and Social Life of the Athenian 
People, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Buret de Longcharaps, Les Pastes Universels, ou Tableaux Histo- 
riques Chronologiques et Gcographiques, folio Pam, 1821 

Calendrier Parisien pour I'an 4 de la Republique Fran9aise, 
Pans, 1795—96 Donat. Pam. 156 

Clinton Henry F., Fasti Hellenici; the Civil and Literary 
Chronology of Greece, from the fifty-fifth to the hundred 
and twenty-fourth Olympiad, 4to. Oxf. 1824 

Cory Isaac P., Chronological Inquiry into the Ancient History 
of Egypt ; — Mythological Inquiry into the Recondite 
Theology of the Heathens, 18mo. Lond. 1837 

Crichton Andrew, History of Arabia ; Ancient and Modern, 
2 vols. 12mo. Edinb. 1833 

DiCTioNNAiRE dc I'Histoire, 6 tom. 4to. Ency. Method. 

Drummond SirW.jOrigines; or Remarks on the Origin of several 
Empires, States, and Cities, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 — 29 

Vol. 1 On the Origin of the Babylonian Empire; the Assyrian Empire; 
and the Empire of Iran 

2 Egypt 

3 Phoenicia ; Arabia 

4 Asia Minor 

Edrehi Rev. Dr. M., Historical Account of the Ten Tribes 
settled beyond the River Sambatyon, in the East, 8vo. 

Lond. 1836 

Finn James, Sephardim ; or the History of the Jews in Spain 
and Portugal, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Gibbon Edward, History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman 
Empire, 12 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813 

Gillies J., (LL.D.) History of Ancient Greece, from the earliest 
periods till the division of the Macedonian Empire ; and 
of the Ancient World, from the dominion of Alexander to 
that of Augustus, 8 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 



384 HISTORY. 

GoGUET Antoine-Yves, Origine des Lois, des Arts, et des Sci- 
ences, 3 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1820 

Greece, History of; from the earliest times to its final subjec- 
tion to Rome, (Lib. Use. Know.) Lond. 1829 

GuTZLAFF Rev. Charles, Sketch of Chinese History, Ancient and 
Modern ; comprising- a Retrospect of the Foreign Inter- 
course and Trade with China, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Hales Rev.W.,(D.D.) A New Analysis of Chronology and Geo- 
graphy, History and Prophecy, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Haydn Joseph, Dictionary of Dates, and Universal References 
relating to all Ages and Nations, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Heeren a. H. L., Manual of Ancient History; particularly 
with regard to the Constitutions, the Commerce, and the 
Colonies of the States of Antiquity, 8vo. Oxf. 1829 

Reflections on the Politics, Intercourse, and Trade of 

the Ancient Nations of Africa, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1832 
Vol. 1 General Introduction ; Carthaginians ; Ethiopian Nations 
2 Egyptians 

Historical Researches into the Politics, Intercourse, 



and Trade of the principal Nations of Antiquity ; — Asiatic 
Nations, 3 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1833 

Vol. 1 Persians 

2 Babylonians ; Phoenicians ; Scythians 

3 Indians 

Hooke N., Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the 
Ruin of the Commonwealth, 11 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1806 

Humboldt Alex, de. Researches concerning the Institutions and 
Monuments of the Ancient Inhabitants of America; 
trans, by Helen Maria Williams, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1814 

Jahn John, (D.D.) History of the Hebrew Commonwealth, 
from the earliest times to the Destruction of Jerusalem, 
A.D. 72 ; translated from the German, with a Continua- 
tion to the time of Adrian, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Jews, History of the, 3 vols. {Family Lib.) Lond. 1829 

Leigh E. and H., Select Observations of all the Roman Em- 
perors — Select and Choice French Proverbs — Choice 
Observations of all the Kings of England, from the 
Saxons to the Death of Charles I — England Described ; 
or the several Counties and Shires thereof briefly 
handled, 12mo. Lond. 1664 



UNIVERSAL AND ANCIENT HISTORY, ETC. 385 

Leake Wm. Martin, The Topography of Athens, and the Demi, 
2 vols. 8vo. • Lond. 1841 

Mallet P. H., Northern Antiquities; or a Description of the 
Manners, Customs, &c., of the Ancient Danes, and 
other Northern Nations, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1770 

MiTFORD Wm., History of Greece, 10 vols. Svo. Lond. 1822 

Newton Sir Isaac, The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms 
Amended Opera, torn. 5 

Nicolas Nich. Harris, Notitia Historica; containing Tables, 
Calendars, and other Miscellaneous Information, for the 
use of Historians, Antiquaries, &c., small 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 

• The Chronology of History ; containing Tables, Cal- 
culations, and Statements, indispensable for ascertaining 
the dates of Historical Events, &c., {Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1833 

NiEBUHR G. B., The Roman History; translated from the 
German, by F. A. Walter, Esq., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

The History of Rome; translated by J. C. Hare and 

C. Thirlwall, 2 vols. Svo. Camb. 1828—32 

Dissertation on the Geography of Herodotus, and 



Researches into the History of the Scythians, Getse, and 
Sarmatians, Svo. Oxf. 1830 

NoTTi Romane al Sepolcro de' Scipioni, 2 vol. 12mo. 

Milano, 1816 
Outlines of History, {Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1830 

Petavii Dionysii, Rationarium Temporum, 2 torn. Svo. 

Lugd. Bat. 1724 

Prideaux Humphrey, (D.D.) The Old and New Testament 

Connected in the History of the Jews and Neighbouring 

Nations, 4 vols. Svo. Oxf. 1820 

Raleigh Sir Walter, History of the World; with Life, by 

Oldys, 2 vols, folio Lond. 1736 

RoLLiN C, Histoire Ancienne CEuvres, tom. 1 — 7 

Histoire Romaine CEuvres, tom. 8 — 15 

The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, 

&c. ; translated from the French, 6 vols. Svo. 

Edinb. 1823 
Rome, History of, 2 vols. {Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1833 

Rome, History of Lib. Ent. Know. 

3 D 



386 HISTORY. 

Russell Rev. Michael, Connection of Sacred and Profane 
History, from the Death of Joshua to the Decline of the 
,' Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1827—37 

View of Ancient and Modern Egypt ; with an outline 

of its Natural History, 12mo. Edinb. 1831 

Sejanus, and Philippa the Catanian, History of; second edition, 
12mo. Lond. 1639 

Seldeni J., Marmora Arundelliana, et Apparatus Chronologicus, 
Notse Historicse, et Canon Chronicus ad Veteres Grsec- 
orom Epochas Opera, torn. 4 

Shuckford Rev. S., Sacred and Profane History of the World 
Connected, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1810 

SiSMONDi J. C. L. de, History of the Fall of the Roman 
Empire ; comprising a View of the Invasion and Settle- 
ment of the Barbarians, {Lardner's Cyclop,) Lond. 1834 

TiiEis M. le Baron de. Voyage de Polycl^te, ou Lettres Ro- 
maines; abrege par M. de Rouillon, 12mo. Lond. 1825 

Thirlwall Rev. C, History of Greece, 7 vols. {Lardner's 
Cyclop.) Lond. 1835 — 40 

Turner Sharon, The Sacred History of the World, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1832—37 

Universal History ; Ancient and Modern, 60 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1779—84 

ANCIENT PART. 

Vol. 1 From the Creation of the World to the Origin of Civil Govern- 
ment, and the Establishment of the First Kingdoms. History 
of Egypt and tlie Neighbouring Nations 

2 History of the Phoenicians and Jews 

3 History of the Jews (concluded.) Assyrian and Babylonian 

Empires, Phrygians, Trojans, Lycians, Lydians, &c. 

4 History of the Medes, Persians, Scythians, Gomerians, Mysians, 

&c. 
3 History of Sicyon, Argos, Attica, Bceotia, Arcadia, Thessaly, 
Corinth, Sparta, Athenians, and Laceda}monians 

6 Thehan History, Grecian States in Asia Minor, Sicily and 

Syracuse 

7 Syracuse (concluded. ) Macedonians 

8 Macedonian History (concluded ) Syrians, Egyptians, Armenians 

9 History of Cappadocia, Pergamus, Thrace, Epinis, Bithynia, 

Colchis, &c., Partliians, Persians, Rome 
10—13 History of Rome 

14 History of Rome (conc/urfeJ.) Constantinopolitan History 



UNIVERSAL AND ANCIENT HISTORY, ETC. 387 

Universal History : continued 

ANCIENT PART. 

Vol, 15 Constantinopolitan History (^concluded. ) History of Carthage 

16 History of Carthage (concZwrfed.) Numidia, Mauritania, Ethiopia 

Arabia, Spain, Gaul 

17 History of Germany, Britain, Northern Nations, Italy 

18 History of the Turks, Tartars, and Moguls, Indians and Chinese. 

The Opinion of the Most celebrated Philosophers, with respect 
to the Creation of the World. History of Etruria. Index 

MODERN PART. 

V<A. 1 — 3 The Life of Mohammed, and Arabian History 

4 — 6 History of the Moguls and Tartars 

7 — 9 Tartary, China, Japan, and the East Indies 

10 The Othman Empire. Dispersion of the Jews 

1 1 Africa 

12 — 15 African Nations 

16 — 18 Spain and Portugal 

19—21 France 

22 — 25 Italy, Venice, and the Italian States 

26 — 28 Germany and the United Provinces, Denmark 

29 — 31 Denmark (concluded.) Sweden, Poland, Prussia, Russia 

82 Russia (concluded. ) Hungary 

83 Tuscan States, Milan 
34 — 36 America, Asia 

37 — 88 Conclusion of Modem History. Index 

89 — 40 Supplement. England 

41 Scotland 

42 Ireland 

VoLNEY C. F., New Researches in Ancient History; translated 

by Colonel Corbet, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

Voltaire, Historic Generale (Euvres, torn. 4 

Tytler Alex. F., Elements of General History ; Ancient and 

Modern, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1821 
Continuation to 1820; by Rev. Edward Nares, D.D., 

8vo. Lond. 1822 

Wells E., (D.D.) An Historical Geography of the Old and New 

Testament, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1819 



388 HISTORY. 

SECTION VI. 

, Byzantine History. 

CoLLECTio Historiae Byzantinee Scriptorum, 55 torn, in 44, folio, 
one4to. one 12mo. Par. Rom. Hanov.Venet.lQW — 1819 

The list given by Brunet of the Works composing this magnificent col- 
lection, is extremely incomplete. The present copy contains the 
following: — 
AgathijE, Scholastici, De Imperio et Rebus gestis Justiniani 
Imp. lib. V. cum interp. et notis Vulcanii ; — ace. ej. 
Agathise Epigrammata, cum vers. Scaligeri, folio 

Par. e Typ, Reg. 1660 
Anastasii, Bibliothecarii, Historia Ecclesiastica, sive Chronogra- 
phia Tripartita cum notis C. A. Fabroti; item Glossariis 
duobus; — Ejusd, Hist, de Vitis Romanorum Pontificum, 
a Petro Apost. ad Nicolaum 1 ; deinde Vitse Hadriani II, 
et Stephani VI, auctore Guillelmo, Bibliothecario, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1649 
AnnjE Comnenee (Ceesarissce), De Rebus ab Alexio Imp. vel ejus 
tempore gestis, lib. xv, Int. Gloss, et notis P. Possini ; 
ace. preefationes et notse D. Hoeschelii, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1651 
For Du Cange's Notes on Anna Comnena, see Joannes Cinnamus. 

Banduri Anselmi, Imperium Orientale; sive Antiquitates Con- 
stantinopolitanae, quae, ex variis Scriptor. Grcec. Com- 
mentariis, et Geographicis, Topographicis, aliisque monu- 
mentorum ac numismatum tabellis, illustrantur, 2 torn, 
folio Par. 1711 

Banduri Anselmi, Numisniata Imperatorum Romanorum, k 
Trajano Decio ad Palajologos; ace. Bibliotheca Num- 
maria, sive auctorum qui de Re Nummaria scripserunt, 
2 torn, folio Lut. Par. 1718 

BoNGARSii Jac, Gesta Dei per Francos ; sive Orientalium Ex- 
peditionum, et Regni Francorum Hierosolimitani, His- 
toria, 2 torn, folio Hanoviat, 1611 

Can AN us, see Georgius Acropolita 



BYZANTINE HISTORY. 389 

Cantacuzenus, see Joannes 

Chronicon Paschale, a mundo condito ad Heraclii Imp. ann. 
vicesimum, cum Latina Versione, et Notis Chronicis et 
Historicis, curci Caroli du Fresne, D. du Cange, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1685 

Chronicon Orientale, ex Arabico Latine versum, ab Abraham© 
Ecchellensi, cum ejusd. Supplemento, folio 

Par, e Typ. Reg. 1685 

Chrysoloras, see Constaniinus 

CoDiNus, see Constantinus Manasses 

CoNSTANTiNi Manassis, Breviarium Historicum, ex. int. J. 
Leunclavii, cum ejusd. et J. Meursii notis ; ace. Leonis 
Allatii et C. A. Fabroti Variaj Lectiones ; item Fabroti 
Glossarium ; — Georgii Codini, Excerpta de Antiqui- 
tatibus Constantinopolitanis, vers, et not. P. Lambecii; 
acced Manuelis Chrysolorse Comparatio Veteris et novae 
Romaj ; et Imp. Leonis Oracula, &c. folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1655 

DucAS, see Georgius Acropolita 

Dv Cange C, Historia Byzantina; I. Familise Augustee By- 
zantinae, — II. Constantinopolis Christiana, folio 

Lut. Paris, 1680 

EcloGjE, see Labbe 

Excerpta, see Labbe 

Genesii Josephi, De Rebus ConstantinopoHtanis, lib. iv, cum 
notis; — Joannis Antiocheni Malaise, Histories Chronicse, 
partes 2, interp. et notis Edm. Chilmeadi ; prsemittitur 
dissertatio de Auctore per Humf. Hodium ; acced. Epis- 
tola R. Bentleii ad Jo. Millium ; — Leo. Allatii, Opuscula 
GrsDca et Latina ; — Georgii Phranzse, Protovestiarii, 
Chronicon, Latine, folio Venet. 1733 

Geoffroy de Ville-Hardouin, Histoire de I'Empire de Constan- 
tinople sous les Empereurs Fran9ois, redige par Car. du 
Fresne S. du Cange, 2 tom. in 1, folio 

Par. de I'Impr. Roy. 1657 

Georgii Cedreni, Compendium Historiarum, Vers, et notis 
G. Xylandri, acced. notse Jac. Goar et C. A. Fabroti 
Glossarium; — Item, Joannis Scylitzae Curopalatse, ex- 
cipiens ubi Cedrenus desinit, 2 tom. folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1647 



390 HISTORY. 

Georgii Acropolitae, Historia ; — Joelis, Chronographia Com- 
pendiaria; — Joannis Canani, Narratio de Bello Con- 
stantinopolitano ; cum interp. et notis Allatii, et Th. 
Douzse observationibus ; accedit Allatii Diatriba de 
Georgiorum scriptis, folio, Par. e Typ. Reg. 1651 : — 
Ducse, Mich. Ducse Nepotis, Historia Byzantina, Res in 
Imp. Grsecorum gestas complectens, k Joanne Palseologo 
I, ad Mehemetem II, studio Ism. BuUialdi, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1649 

Georgius Codinus Curopalata, De Officiis Magnse Ecclesiee et 
Aulse Constantinopolitanse, ed. J. Goar, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1648 

Georgii (Monachi, et Tarasii Patriarchse Constantinopoleos 
Syncelli,) Chronographia, ab Adamo usque ad Diocle- 
sianum ; — Nicephori (Constantinopoleos Archiepiscopi,) 
Chronographia Compendiaria, ab Adamo ad Theophilum ; 
— adjecta Georgii Syncelli versione Latina, item Tabulis 
Chronologicis, et Annotationibus, cura P. Jacobi Goar, 
2 tom. folio Par. e Typ. Reg. 1652 

Georgii Pachymeri, Historia Rerum a Michaele Palseologo, 
ante Imperium, et in Imperio gestarum, interp. P. Pos- 
sino ; access, ejusd. Observat. lib. iii, et Appendix; — 
Specimen Sapientioe Indorum Veterum, folio 

RomoB, Typ. Barber. 1666 

Georgii Pachymeri, Historia Rerum ab Andronico Seniore 
Gestarum, interp. et Observationibus P. Possini, folio 

Romce, Typ. Barber, 1669 

GlycjE Mich., Annales, k Mundi Exordio usque ad Obitum 
Alexii Comneni Imp. cura P. Labb6, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1660 

HiSTORiiE Byzantinoe Scriptores post Theophanem, qui k Mi- 
chaele Curopalata usque ad Nicephorum Phocam scripsere 
cura et studio Fr. Combeficii, fol. Par. e Typ. Reg. 1685 
Hoc volumine continentur : — 
Chronici jussu Constantini Porphyrogenneti conscript! ; — Idem Constan- 
tinus Porph. de Basilii Imp. Avi Vita et Rebus gestis; — Anonymus 
Continuator Theophanis;— Orthodoxorum Invectiva adv. Iconoma- 
chos ; — Joannis Jcrosolymitani Nairatio de Iconomachis ; Joannes 
Cameniata, et Demetrius Cydonius, de Excidio Thessalonicae ; Sy- 
meonis Magistri ac Logotheta; Annales ;— Georgii Monarchi Vita- 
recentiorum Imi)p. 



BYZANTINE HISTORY. 391 

JoAKMis Cantacuzeni, Ex-Imperatoris, Historiarum, lib. iv, 
interp. Jac. Pontano, notis J. Gretseri, 3 torn, folio 

Par. e Ttjp. Reg. 1645 

JoANNis Cinnami, Imperatorii Grammatici, Historiarum, lib. vi 
De Rebus Gestis k Joanne et Manuele Comnenis Impp 
Cp. acced. C, Du Cange, in Nicephori Bryennii, Annos 
Comnense, et Joannis Cinnami, Historiam Comnenicam 
Notse, Historicae et Philologicae ; his adjungitur Pauli 
Silentiarii Descriptio S. Sophiae Ecclesise, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1670 

Joannis Zouarae, Annales, versione et notis C. du Cange, 
accedit De Hebdomo Constantinopolitano Disquisitio 
Topographica, 2 torn, folio Par. e Typ. Reg. 1686 — 87 

Joel, see Georgius Acropolita 

Labbe Philippi, De Byzantinse Historise Scriptoribus, sub 
Ludov. XIV, auspiciis pablicam in lucem emittendis, ad 
omnes per orbem eruditos, Protrepticon, et prima Deli- 
neatio Apparatus Hist. Byzantinae ; — Excerpta De Lega- 
tionibus ex script, variis, interprete C. Cantoclaro, notis 
ejusdem et H. Valesii; — Eclogae Historicorum de Rebus 
Byzantinis, notis et recensione P. Labbe, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1648 

LABBi P., Notitia Dignitatum Imperii Romani, cum pluribus 
aliis opusculis, — Descriptio Romse et Constantinopolis, 
Altercatio Hadriani Imper. et Epicteti, &c., 12mo. 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1651 

Laonici Chalcocondylse, Atheniensis, Historiarum lib. x, interp. 
Conr. Clausero, cum Annalibus Sultanorum, ex interp. 
L. Leunclavii, stud. C. A. Fabroti, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1650 

Leo, see Genesius, Georgius Acropolita, and Theophanes 

Leonis Diaconi, Historia, Scriptoresque alii ad Res Byzantinas 
pertinentes, notis Car. Ben. Hase, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1819 

Le Quien Michael, Oriens Christianus, in quatuor Patriarchatus 
digestus ; quo exhibentur Ecclesise, Patriarchse, cseteri- 
que prsesules totius Orientis, 3 tom. folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1740 

Mala la, see Genesius 

NiCEPiiORus Caesarus Bryennius, see Procopius 



392 HISTORY. 

NicEPHORUS Constant. Archiepisc. see Georgius Monachus and 
Theophylactus 

NiCEPHORi Gregorse, Byzantina Historia, versione et notis Joh. 
Boivin, 2 torn, folio Par. e Typ. Reg. 1702 

NiCET^E Acominati Choniatse, Historia, interp. H. Wolfio, curi 
C. A. Fabroti, folio Par. e Typ. Reg. 1647 

Phranza, see Genesius 

Procopii, Csesariensis, Historiarum sui Temporis lib. viii, in- 
terprete Claudio Maltreto ; — Ejusd. De iEdificiis Dn. 
Justiniani, lib. vi, interp. eodem ; Ejusd. Arcana Historia, 
seu Anecdota, cum Versione Latina, et Notis Nicolai 
Allemanni, recognovit Claud. Maltretus; Nicephori 
Ceesaris Bryennii, Commentarii de Rebus Byzantinis ; 
opera Petri Possini, 2 torn, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1661—63 
For Du Cange's Notes on Nicephorus, see Joannes Cinnamus. 

ScYLiTZA, see Georgius Cedrenus 

Silentiarius, see Joannes Cinnamus 

Syncellus, see Georgius Monachus 

Theophanis, Chronographia ; — Leo. Grammatici, Vitse recen- 

tiorum Imperatorum, interpr. Jac. Goar, ejusdem et Fr. 

Combeficii notis, folio Par. e Typ. Reg. 1655 

TiiEOPHYLACTi, Bulgariee Archiepiscopi, Institutio Regia ; inter- 

prete P. Possino, 4to. Par. e Typ Reg. 1651 
Simocattae, Historiarum lib. viii, interp. Jac. Pontano, 

studio Car. Ann. Fabroti, folio, Par. e Typ. Reg. 1647 ; 

S. Nicephori, Patriarchse Constantinop. Breviarium 

Historicum, de Rebus gestis ab obitu Mauricii, ad Con- 

stantinum usque Copronycum, interp. D. Petavio, folio 

Par. e Typ. Reg. 1648 
ZoNARAS, see Joannes 

The following are wanting to complete the collection ; — Boschii et Cu- 
peri de Patr. Ant. et Const. Du Cange De Imp. Const. Numisma- 
tibus. Pisidee, &c. Appendix. Porphyrogennette, De Ccremoniis. 



MODERN HISTORY. 39S 



SECTION VII. 

Modern History^ 

Abrantes Duchesse d', Memoires sur la Restauration ou Sou- 
venirs Historiques sur cette Epoque, la Revolution de 
1830, et les premieres annees du Regne de Louis-Philippe 
!«••, 6 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1835—36 

Account (A Particular) of the late Action in the Mediterranean, 
Lond. 1744 Donat. Pam. 89 

Adolphus J., History of France, from 1790 to 1802, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lnnd. 1803 

AiKiN Lucy, Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1823 

Memoirs of the Court of James I, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 

Memoirs of the Court of Charles I, 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1833 

AiKiN John, (M.D.) Annals of the Reign of George III, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1825 

Alison Archibald, History of Europe, from the commencement 
of the French Revolution, in 1789, to the Restoration of 
the Bourbons, in 1815, 10 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833—42 

Amyot T., Inquiry concerning the Death of Richard II, Lond. 
1823 Donat. Pam. 4to. 1 

A Reply to Mr. Tytler's Historical Remarks on the 

Death of Richard II Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Transcript of a Chronicle in the Harleian Library of 



MSS. entitled, " An Historical Relation of certain Pas- 
sages about the end of K. Edward III, and of his Death" 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Anglica, Normannica, Hibernica, Cambrica, a Veteribus scripta, 

k Guil. Camdeno, folio Franc. 1603 

Asset Menevensis ; Anonymus de vita Gulielmi Conquestoris ; Thomas 
Walsingham ; Thomas de la More ; Gulielmus Gemiticensis ; Giral- 
dus Cambrensis. 



S94 HISTORY. 

Annual Register; from the commencement, in 1758, 8vo. 
Annual Register, General Index to the; 1758 to 1780, 8vo. 

Lond. 1784 
Annual Register, General Index to the; 1758 to 1819, 8vo. 

Lond. 1826 

Anquetil M., L'Esprit de la Ligue, ou Histoire Politique des 

Troubles de France pendant les 16® et 17* Si^cles, 2 torn. 

8vo. Paris, 1818 

Histoire de France depuis les Gaulois jusqu' a la mort 

de Louis XVI ; et depuis cette epoque jusqu' au traite 
du 20 Nov. 1815, par M. Gallais, 13 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1826 

Arnaud Henri, The Glorious Recovery by the Vaudois of their 

Valleys ; with a Compendious History of that People, by 

H. D. Acland, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Atheling Edgar, Life of; by Frank Sayers, M.D. 

Works, vol. 2 
Baber Zehir-ed-din Muhammed, Emperor of Hindustan, — his 
Memoirs, written by himself, and translated by John 
Leyden, Esq. and William ErskinCj Esq., 4to. 

L(md. 1826 

Bacon Francis Lord, Historia Regni Henrici Septimi, (etiam 

Sermones Fideles) Lug. Bat. 1642 

Historia Regni Henrici Septimi Works, vol. 9 

History of the Reigne of King Henry the Seventh, 

folio Lond. 1629 

History of the Reign of King Henry the Seventh 

Works, vol. 5 
Tlie Life of King Henry the Seventh Kennet, vol. 1 



Bacon James, Life and Times of Francis the First, King of 
France, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Baker Sir Richard, (Knt.) Chronicle of the Kings of England ; 
from the time of the Roman Government unto the Death 
of King James, folio Lond. \Q19 

Bancroft George, History of the Colonization of the United 
States, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Barrington Sir Jonah, Historic Memoirs of Ireland ; comprising 
Secret Records of the National Convention, the Rebellion, 
and the Union, 2 vols, royal 4to. Lond. 1835 

Barzoni v., Operettedi, 8vo. Lond. 1808 



MODERN HISTORY. 896 

Bassompieure Marshal de. Memoirs of the Embassy of, to the 
Court of England, in 1626; translated with Notes, 8vo. 

Lond. 1819 

Bengeu Miss, Memoirs of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, 
2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1819 

• ■ Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1821 

Memoirs of Mary Queen of Scots, 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1823 

BissET Robert, History of the Reign of George III, to the termi- 
nation of the late War, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1803 

Blaquiere E., The Greek Revolution, its Origin and Progress; 
together with some Remarks on the Religion, National 
Character, &c., in Greece, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Historical Review of the Spanish Revolution ; in- 
cluding some Account of the Religion, Manners, and 
Literature in Spain, Svo. Lond. 1822 

Bolivar Simon, President Liberator of the Republic of Colom- 
bia, Memoirs of him, and his principal Generals; by 
General H. L. V. Ducoudray Holstein, 2 vols, small Svo. 

Lond. 1830 

Bonaparte Louis, Documens Historiques, et Reflexions sur 
le Gouvernement de la Hollande, 3 torn. Svo. 

Lond. 1820 

Buonaparte Napoleon, Life of; with a PreUminary View of the 
French Revolution, by the Author of *' Waverley," 9 vols, 
small Svo. Edinb. 1827 

A Reply to the above, by Louis Bonaparte, Lond. 

1829 Pamphlets, 7 

Bonaparte Napoleon, Analysis of the Character of; suggested 
by the publication of Scott's Life of Napoleon, by W. E. 
Channing, Lond. 1828 Pamphlets, I 

another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 29 

Buonaparte Napoleon, Life of; by William Hazlitt, 4 vols. 
Svo. Lond. 1830 

Bonaparte Napoleon, Private Memoirs of; during the periods 
of the Directory, the Consulate, and the Empire; by 
M. De Bourrienne, 4 vols. Svo. Lond. 1836 

[Bonaparte] Une Ann6e de la Vie de PEmpereur Napoleon, 
Paris, 1815 Donat. Pam. 62 



396 HISTORY. 

[Bonaparte] Memoires pour servir k I'Histoire de France sous 
Napoleon, ecrits k Sainte-Hel^ne, sous la Dictee de 
I'Empereur par les Generaux qui ont partage sa Captivite, 
7 torn. 8vo. Lond. 1823—24 

Tom. ], 2 Dictes au G6n^ral Gourgaud 

3, 4 Dictes au Comte de Montholon 

Melanges Historiques, 3 torn. Dictes au Comte de Montholon 

Translation of the above, 7 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 — 24 



Buonaparte Napoleon, History of, 2 vols. (Family Lib.) 

Lond. 1829 

Bonaparte, Critical Situation of, in his Retreat out of Russia, 
Lond. 1815 Donat. Pam. 12 

Brodie George, A History of the British Empire, from the 
Accession of Charles I to the Restoration, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1822 

Brussels, Narrative of the Events in, during the Revolution of 
1830, 12mo. Lond. 1831 

Buck George, Life and Reign of Richard HI Kennet, vol. 1 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edmund, An Abridgement of English History; 
from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the end of the Reign 
of King John Works, vol. 10 

Burnet Gilbert, Memoirs of the Lives and Actions of James and 
William, Dukes of Hamilton and Castleherald, &c. ; con- 
taining an Account of the Civil Wars of Scotland, from 
1625—52, folio Lond. 1677 

(Bp. of Salisbury,) History of his own Times, by Dr. 

Routh, 6 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1823 

Butler Charles, History of the Geographical and Political Re- 
volutions of the Empire of Germany, from the Coronation 
of Charlemagne in 800 to 1806 Works, vol. 2 

Byng Sir G., Account of the Expedition of the British Fleet to 
Sicily, in 1718—20, Lond. 1739 Donat. Pam. 102 

Cadell Lieut. Col. Charles, Narrative of the Campaigns of the 
28th Regiment since their return from Egypt, in 1802, 
12rao. Lond. 1835 

Camden William, History of Queen Elizabeth Kennet, vol. 2 

Annals of James I Kennet, vol. 2 

Canning Rt. Hon. George, Political Life of; from 1822, to his 
death in 1827, by Aug. G. Stapleton, Esq., 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1831 



MODERN HISTORY. 397 

Carlyle Thomas, The French Revolution ; a History, 3 vols, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Vol. 1 The Bastille 

2 The Constitution 

3 The Guillotine 

Carte Thomas, A General History of England, to 1654, 4 vols. 

folio Lond. 1747—55 
A History of the Life of James Duke of Ormonde ; 

with a volume of Letters, &c., 3 vols, folio Lond. 1736 
Carter Matthew, A true Relation of that honourable though 

unfortunate Expedition of Kent, Essex, and Colchester, 

in 1648, 8vo. Colchester, 1789 

Chalmers George, The Life of Mary Queen of Scots, drawn 

from the State Papers, 3 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1822 

Charlevoix P. F. X. de, Histoire du Paraguay, 3 tom. 4to. 

Paris, 1756 
Chateaubriand M. de, The Congress of Verona; comprising 

a portion of Memoirs of his own Times, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 
Chronicle of the Cid; from the Spanish, by Robert Southey, 

4to. Lond. 1808 

Clarendon Earl of. History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in 

England ; a new edition, with all the suppressed passages, 

and the unpublished Notes of Bishop Warburton, 8 vols. 

8vo. Oxf. 1826 

CoMiNES Philip de. Memoirs of; including the History of Europe 

for almost half the fifteenth Century, translated from the 

French, by Mr. Uvedale, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1723 

Constant B., Memoires sur les Cent Jours, 2 tom. 8vo. 

Lond. 1820—22 
Coronation of his Majesty George IV, Description of the 

Procession on the, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pain. 102 

CoxE William, (F.R.S.) History of the House of Austria; from 

the foundation of the Monarchy to the death of Leopold 

the Second, 1218—1792, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 
Memoirs of John Duke of Marlborough ; with his 

original Correspondence, 6 vols. 8vo., and a 4to. volume 

of Plates Lond. 1820 

Memoirs of Horatio Lord Walpole, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1808 



398 HISTORY. 

CoxE William, (F.R.S.) Memoirs of the Life and Administration 
of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1816 
Criminal Trials, 2 vols. Lib. Ent. Know. 

Vol. 1 Trials of Sir N. Throckmorton ; The Duke of Norfolk ; Dr. Wm. 
Parry ; Robert Earl of Essex, and Henry Earl of Southamp- 
ton ; Sir W. Raleigh 

2 The Gunpowder Plot 

Crowe E. E., History of France, 3 vols. (Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1831 
Daniel Samuel, History of England ; from the Conquest to the 
death of Edward HI Kennet, vol. 1 

Daru p., Histoire de la Republique de Venise, 7 tom. 8vo. 

Paris, 1819 
Davenport R. A., The History of the Bastile, and of its prin- 
cipal Captives, (Family Lib.) Lond. 1838 
Davies C. M., History of Holland; from the beginning of the 
tenth to the end of the eighteenth Century, vols. 1, 2, 
8vo. Lond. 1841—42 
D'Israeli J., Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles 
the First, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828—31 
DoDiNGTON Geo. Bubb, (Baron of Melcombe Regis,) Diary of; 
from 1749 — 61, by Henry P. Wyndham, 8vo. 

Salisbury, 1784 
Drinkwater John, History of the Siege of Gibraltar, 4to. 

Lond. 1786 
Dunham S. A., History of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, 

3 vols. (Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1839 

History of Europe ; during the Middle Ages, 4 vols. 

(Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1833 — 34 

History of the Germanic Empire, 3 vols. (Lardner's 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1834—35 
History of Poland, (Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1831 

History of Spain and Portugal, 5 vols. (Lardner's 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1832 

Eadmer Monachii Cantuariensis, Histories Novorum, sive sui 
Saeculi Lib. VI Res gestas sub Gulielm. I et II et Hen- 
rico I Angliae llegibus, ab anno nemp^ Salutis 1066 ad 
1 122 potissimum complexi, edidit J. Selden, folio 

Lond. 1623 



MODERN HISTORY. 399 

Edinburgh Annual Register, vols. 1 — 14, in 19 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1808—21 
Edwards Bryan, History, Civil and Commercial, of the British 
West Indies, 5 vols. 8vo. with 4to. Atlas of Plates 

Lond. 1819 

Elphinstone Hon. Mountstuart, History of India, vols. 1, 2, 

8vo. Lond. 1841 

Fabyan Robert, Chronicles of England and France; (called 

the Concordance of Histories,) with a Biographical and 

Literary Preface, and an Index, by Henry Ellis, royal 4to. 

Lond. 1811 

Fletcher James, History of Poland ; from the earliest period 

to the present time, with a Narrative of the recent Events, 

8vo. Lond. 1831 

Fleury a. H. de. Memoirs of the Life and Administration of, 

Lond. 1743 Donat. Pam. 77 

Fox Rt. Hon. Charles James, History of the early part of the 

Reign of James II ; with an Introductory Chapter, 4to. 

Lond. 1808 

Note upon his History of James II ; by Samuel 

Parr, LL.D. Parrs Works, vol. 8 

Observations on the Historical Work of; by the Rt. 

Hon. George Rose, with a Narrative of the Events which 
occurred in the Enterprize of the Earl of Argyle, in 1685, 
by Sir Patrick Hume, 4to. Lond. 1809 

FoY General, Histoire de la Guerre de la Peninsule sous Napo- 
leon, precedee d'un Tableau, Politique et Militaire des 
Puissances Belligerantes, 4 torn. 18mo. Brux. n. d. 

France, History of; part 1, from the final Partition of the 
Empire of Charlemagne, A.D. 843, to the Peace of 
Cambray, A.D. 1529, {Library Useful Know.) 

Lond. 1836 

Frederick the Second, (King of Prussia,) History of my own 
Times Works, vol. 1 

History the Seven Years' War Works, vols. 2, 3 

Memoirs from the Peace of Hubertsburg to the Parti- 
tion of Poland and the Bavarian War Works, vol. 4 

Life of; by Lord Dover, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832 



Frederick the Great and His Times ; edited by T. Campbell, 
2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1842 



400 HISTORY. 

Froissart Sir J., Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and 

the adjoining Countries; by Thomas Johnes, 12 vols. 

8vo. with 4to. vol. of plates Lond. 1805 

Genlis Mme. de, Histoire de Henri le Grand, 2 torn. 12mo. 

Paris, 1816 
Geschichte der Staatsrechtlichen Verhaltnisse der Schweizeri- 

schen Eidgenossen — Erstes Bandchen, Germanien, 1816 

Donat. Pam. 65 
Gleig Rev. G. R., History of the British Empire in India, 

4 vols, {Family Lib.) Lond. 1830 — 35 

Godwin Francis, Life of Queen Mary Kennet, vol. 2 

Godwin William, History of the Commonwealth of England, 

4 vols. 8vo Lond. 1826—28 

GouRGAUD Gen., Napoleon and the Grand Army in Russia; or 

a critical examination of the Work of Count Ph. de 

Segur, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Grafton's Chronicle of the History of England; to which is 

added his Table of the Bailiffs, Sheriffs, and Mayors of 

London, from 1189 to 1558, 2 vols, royal 4to. 

Lond. 1809 
Grattan T. C, History of the Netherlands, {Lardner's 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1831 

Great Britain, The Political State of, from 1714—29, 26 vols. 

8vo. 
Grey Lady Jane, Memoirs and Remains of; by Nich. Harris 

Nicolas, 8vo. Lo7id. 1831 

GuicciARDiNi F., Istoria d'ltalia, dal Prof. Rossini, 10 tom. 

8vo. Pisa, 1819—20 

GuizoT M., Histoire de la Revolution d'Angleterre, depuis 

I'av^nement de Charles I, jusqu'^ la Restauration de 

Charles H, 2 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1826 

Habington John, History of the Reign of Edward IV 

Kennet, vol. 1 
Hallam Henry, View of the State of Europe during the Middle 

Ages, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 
Constitutional History of England, from the Accession 

of Henry VII, to the Death of George II, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 
Hampden John, Memorials of, his Party, and his Times; by 

Lord Nugent, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832 



MODERN HISTORY. 401 

Hardyng John, Chronicle of England; from the earliest period 
to the beginning of the Reign of Edward IV, with the 
continuation by Richard Grafton, to the 34th Henry 
VIII; edited by Sir Henry Ellis, royal 4to. Lond. 1812 

Harris W., Account of the Lives and Writings of James I, and 
Charles I, and of the Lives of Oliver Cromwell, and 
Charles II, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1814 

Hayward Sir John, Life of Edward VI Kennet, vol. 2 

Henningsen Captain C. F., The most Striking Events of a 
Twelvemonth's Campaign with Zumalacarregui in Navarre 
and the Basque Provinces, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond, 1836 

Henry Robert, (D.D.) History of Great Britain, 12 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1814 

Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Lord, History of Henry VIII 

Kennet, vol. 2 

HiNTON John H., History and Topography of the United States 
of North America, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1832 

Historic Anglicanse Scriptores X, cur& R. Twysden, 1 vol. in 
2, folio Lond. 1652 

Simeon, Monachus Dunelmensis ; Johannes, Prior Hagustaldcnsis ; Ri- 
cardus, Prior Hagustaldensis ; Ailredus, Abbas Rievallensis ; Radul- 
phus de Diceto, Londonensis; Johannes Brompton, Joumallensis ; 
Gervasius, Monachus Dorobomensis ; Thomas Stubbs, Dominicanus ; 
Gulielmus Thorn, Cantuariensis ; Henricus Knighton, Leicestrensis 

HiSTORiiE Britannicse, et Anglicanse, Scriptores XX, ex vetustis 
Codd. MSS. editi, cura T. Gale, 2 vols. in. 3, folio 

Oxon, 1684—91—87 

Vol. 1 Ingulfi Croylandensis Historla ; Petri Blesensis Continuatio ad His- 

toriam Ingulphi ; Chronica de Maibos ; Annales Burtonenses ; 

Historise Croylandensis Continuatio 
Vol. 1 Part 2, Gildas ; Eddius ; Nennius ; Asserius ; R. Higden ; W. 

Malmcsburiensis ; Anonymus Malmesburiensis ; Anonymus Ra- 

Ramesiensis; Anonymus Elyensis ; Thomas Elyensis; Joan. 

Wallingford ; Rad. de Diceto ; Anonymus ; Joan. Fordun ; 

Alcwinus Flaccus 
Vol. 2 Annales de Marganensis ; Chronicon Th. Wikes ; Annales Waver- 

leienses ; Historia Galf. Vinesalvi ; Chronica V^^alt. Hemingford 

HiSTORiiE Anglicanae Scriptores varii, e Codd. MSS. editi, per 
Jos. Sparke, folio Lond. 1723 

Chronicon Johannis, Abb. S. Pet. de Burgo ; Chronicon Ang. per Rob. 
de Boston ; Hist. Coenobii Burgensis Script, varii ; Vita S. Thoraie 
Cantuar. a W. Stephanide 

3 F 



402 HISTORY. 

HiSTORiiirrirormannorum Scriptores Antiqui, Res ab illis per 
Galliam, Angliam, Apuliam, Capuse Principatum, Sicili- 
an! et Orietam gestas, explicantes, ab A.D. 838, ad 
1220; edidit Andreas Duchesnius, folio Parisiis, 1619 

Gesta Normannorum in Francia ante Rollonem Ducem 

Abbonis de obsidione Lutetiae per Normannos, libri II 

Dudonis de Moribus et Actis primorum NormannisB Decum, libri III 

Emmoe Anglorum Reginae Encomium 

Gesta Guillelmi Ducis Nermann, et Regis Anglorum I a Guil. Pictavensi 

Willelmi Calculi Gemmeticensis Historiae Normannorum, libri VIII 

Orderici Vitalis Ecclesiasticse Historiae, libri XIII 

Gesta Stephani Regis Anglorum, et Ducis Normannorum 

Robert de Monte, Chronica Normanniae, continens multa ad Francos et 

Anglos pertinentia 
Nomina Normannorum qui floruerunt in Anglia ante conquestum 

Historical Account of the many Signal Naval Atchievements 
obtained by the English over the Spaniards, from the year 
1350 to the present time, Lond. 1739 Donat. Pam. 80 

Historical Collections of Private Passages of State, Weighty 
Matters in Law, and Remarkable Proceedings in Parlia- 
ment; containing the Principal Matter which happened 
from 1618—48, with the Tryal of Thomas, Earl of Straf- 
ford; by J. Rushworth, 8 vols, folio Lond. 1682—1701 

History of England; with the Lives of all the Kings and 
Queens thereof, to the Death of WilHam III, 3 vols, folio 

Lond. 1719 

The first two volumes by various Authors; [viz., — John Milton, Samuel 
Danicll, John Habington, Sir Thomas More, George Buck, Francis 
Viscount St. Alban, Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury, Sir John 
Hayward, LL.D,, Bishop Godwin, William Camden, Arthur Wilson, 
&c.,] edited by John Hughes ; the third volume written by a Learned 
and Impartial Hand [Bishop Kennet,.] 

History (Pictorial) of England ; being a History of the People 
as well as a History of the Kingdom, 4 vols, large 8vo. 

Lond. 1838—41 

History (Pictorial) of England ; during the Reign of George 
HI, vols. 1 and 2, large 8vo. Lond. 1841—42 

History of the Peace; from the arrival of M. Mcsnager, Sept. 
18, 1711, to the Return of the Earl of StrafFord from 
Utrecht, May 15, 1712, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 80 

History of the Principal States of Europe; from the Peace of 
Utrecht, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1826 



MODERN HISTORY. 403 

History of the Reigns of King Richard II, King Henry IV, V, 
and VI Kennet, vol. 1 

History (A Short) of the Revolution in Scotland, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 80 

History of the Dutch Usurpations, Lond. 1712 Donat. Pam. 80 

History of the late Revolutions of Persia; taken from the 
Memoirs of Father Krusinski, Procurator of the Jesuits 
at Ispahan ; done into English by Father Du Cerceau, 
2 vols, in 1, 8vo. Lond. 1740 

History of the three late Famous Impostors; viz.. Padre 
Ottomano, Mahomed Bei, and Sabatai Sevi, with the 
History of the Extirpation of the Jews out of Persia, 
1669 In Evelyn's Misc. Writings 

Humboldt Alex, de. Political Essay on the Kingdom of New 
Spain, 4 vols. 8vo. and Atlas Lond. 1811 

Hume David, History of England, to the Revolution of 1688, 
8 vols, with a Continuation to the Death of George II ; 
by T. Smollett, M.D., 5 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1818 

HuMFREY Lieut. Col. J. H., A Concise Review of the Cam- 
paigns of the British Legion in Spain, Lond. 1828 

Pamphlets, 7 

Hunter W. P., Narrative of the late Expedition to Syria, 
under the command of Admiral the Hon. Sir Robert 
Stopford, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1842 

India, (British,) Historical and Descriptive Account of, from 
the most remote period to the present time; by Hugh 
Murray and others, 3 vols. 12mo. Edinb . 1832 

Ingram Rev. J., (D.D.) Saxon Chronicle; with an English Trans, 
and Notes, Critical and Explanatory, 4to. Lond. 1823 

Irving Washington, Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Iturbide Don Augustin de, (Ex-Emperor of Mexico,) Political 
Life of Pamphleteer, vol. 28 

James G. P. R., History of Charlemagne, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

History of the Life of Richard Coeur-de-Lion, King 

of England, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 

James W., Naval History of Great Britain, from 1793 to 1820; 
5 vols. 8vo. with a 4to. vol. of Tables, giving an Account 
of the Origin and Increase of the British Navy, from 
1793 Lond. 1822—24 



404 HISTORY. 

Joanna of Sicily, (Queen of Naples and Countess of Provence,) 
Historical Life of; with correlative details of the Litera- 
ture and Manners of Italy and Provence in the Xlllth 
and XlVth Centuries, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

JocELYN Lord, Six Months with the Chinese Expedition ; or 
Leaves from a Soldier's Note-Book, ISmo. Lond. 1841 

Johnstone Chevalier de, Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 — 
1746, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Knolles Rich,, Turkish History, to the Growth of the Ottoman 
Empire ; with a continuation to 1687, by Sir P. Rycaut, 
3 vols, folio Lond. 1687—1700 

Koch M., Tableau des Revolutions de I'Europe, 2 tom. 8vo. 

Paris, 1813 

Laing Malcolm, History of Scotland ; from the Union of the 
Crowns, on the Accession of James VI to the Throne of 
England, to the Union of the Kingdoms in the Reign of 
Queen Anne, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1819 

LAMARTELiiRE M., Conspiration de Buonaparte contre Louis 
XVIII, Paris, 1815 Donat. Pam. 62 

Leland Thomas, (D.D.) History of Ireland, from the Invasion 
of Henry II, 3 vols. 8vo. Cork, 1775 

Lingard Rev. John, History of England, to 1688, 8 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1819—30 

Vindication of certain Passages in the fourth and fifth 

vols, of the History of England, Lond. 1826 Pamphlets, 2 

Reply to the above ; by John Allen Pamphlets, 1 

Reply to the Observations of the Edinburgh Review, 



on the Anglo-Saxon Antiquities Pamphleteer, vol. 7 
Llorente D. J. A., History of the Inquisition of Spain ; abridg- 
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Londonderry Marquess of. Narrative of the Peninsular War, 
from 1808—13, 4to. Lond. 1828 

Narrative of the War in Germany and France, in 

1813— 14, 4to. Lond. 1830 

Ludlow Lieut. Gen. Edm., Memoirs, 3 vols. 12mo. Lo7id. 1722 
Lyttleton Lord, History of the Life of Henry II, and of the 
Age in which he lived, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1769 

Machiavelli Niccol6, Istorie Fiorentine Opere, tom. 1, 2 

Mackay Charles, Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 



MODERN HISTORY. 405 

MacKinnon Captain, Origin and Service of the Coldstream 
Guards, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Mackintosh Sir James, The History of England ; and continu- 
ation by Wm. Wallace and others, 10 vols. (Lardner's 
Cyclop.) Lond. 1830—38 

Madden R. R., (M.D.) Egypt and Mohammed Ali, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 

Maffei Geo. Pietro, Le Istorie dell' Indie Orientali, tradotte 'di 
Latino da M, Fran. Serdonati, 3 tom. 8vo. Milano, 1806 

Ma HON Lord, History of the War of the Succession in Spain, 
8vo. Lond. 1823 

History of England, from the Peace of Utrecht to the 

Peace Aix-la-Chapelle, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 — 38 

Maitxand Capt. T. L., Narrative of the Surrender of Buona- 
parte, and of his residence on Board the Bellerophon, 
8vo. Lond. 1826 

Malcolm Sir J., Political History of India, from 1784 to 1823, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 

• History of Persia, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1815 

Mallet P. H., Kistoire de Dannemarc, 3 tom 4to. 

Copenh. 1758—77 

Mariana John de. The General History of Spain, from the 
Peopling of it by Tubal, to the Death of Philip III; 
translated by Capt. J. Stephens, folio Lond. 1699 

Mariotti L., Italy; Views of its History and Literature in re- 
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Marles M. de, Histoire de la Domination des Arabes et des 
Maures en Espagne et en Portugal, depuis ITnvasion de 
ces peuples jusqu'k leur explusion definitive, 3 tom. 8vo. 

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MattiijEi Paris, Historia Major, cum Rog. Wendoveri et Will. 
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MATTii.ti Westmonasteriensis, Flores Historiarum, prsecipue de 
Rebus Britannicis, ab Exordio Mundi usque ad A.D. 
1307 — et Chronicon ex Chronicis, ab Initio Mundi 
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A.D. 1141, folio Franc. 1601 



406 HISTORY. 

May Thos,, The History of the Parliament of England; which 

began November 3rd, 1640, 4to. Lond. 1812 

Memoirs of Henry the Great and the Court of France during 

his Reign, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Meuedith W. G., Memorials of Charles John, King of Sweden 

and Norway, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Mezeray le Sieur de, Abrege Chronologique de 1' Histoire de 

France, 13 torn. 12mo. Aynst. 1740 

MiGNET F, A., Histoire de la Revolution Fran9aise depuis 1789 

jusqu'en 1814, 2 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1826 

Mill James, History of British India, 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Mills Chas., History of the Crusades, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1820 

Milton John, History of Britain, to the Norman Conquest 

Prose Works, vol. 1 

Brief History of Muscovia, &c. Prose Works, vol. 2 

History of Britain, to William the Conqueror 

Kennet, vol 1 
Mitchell Lieut. Col. J., Life of Wallenstein, Duke of Fried- 
land, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 
Money J., History of the Campaign of 1792, 8vo. Lond. 1794 
Moore Thomas, History of Ireland, 3 vols. (Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1835-— 37 
More Sir T., Lives of Edward V and Richard III Kennet, vol. 1 

History of Richard III Memoirs by Cayley, vol. 2 

MuNRo James, Narrative of the Military Operations on the 

Coromandel Coast, from 1780—84, 4to. Lond. 1789 

Narrative of Occurrences in the Indian Countries of North 

America, since the Connexion of the Rt. Hon, the Earl 

of Selkirk with the Hudson's Bay Company, Lond. 1817 

Donat. Pam. 36 
Narrative of the Campaigns of the British Army at Washing- 
ton and New Orleans, in 1814 — 15, by the Author of 
"The Subaltern," 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Napier W. F. P., History of the War in the Peninsula and in 
the South of France, from 1807—14, 6 vols. 8vo, 

Lond. 1828—40 
Napier Sir C, The War in Syria, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Narks Rev. E., Memoirs of the Life and Administration of the 
Right Hon. William Cecil, Lord Burleigh, 3 vols. 4to. 

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MODERN HISTORY. 407 

Naylor F. H., The Civil and Military History of Germany, 
from the Landing of Gustavus to the Conclusion of the 
Treaty of Westphalia, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1816 

NicnoLLs John, Recollections and Reflections during the Reign 
of George III, Svo. Lond. 1820 

Nicolas N. H., History of the Battle of Agincourt, and of the 
Expedition of Henry V into France, sm. Svo. Lond. 1827 

North Hon. Roger, Examen ; or an Enquiry into the Credit 
and Veracity of a pretended Complete History, [History 
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OcKLEY Simon, (B.D.) History of the Saracens, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Camb. 1757 

O'Driscol John, History of Ireland, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1827 

Orme R., Historical Fragments of the Mogul Empire, of the 
Morattoes, and of the English Concerns in Indostan, 
from 1659, 4to. Lond. 1805 

• History of the Military Transactions of the British 

Nation in Indostan, from 1745, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1775 

Otrante Due d', Premiere Lettre au due de * * * Lipsic, 1816 

Donat. Pam. 61 

Palgrave Francis, The Rise and Progress of the English Com- 
monwealth, vol. 1 ; Anglo-Saxon Period, 2 parts, 4to. 

Lond. 1832 

History of England, vol. 1 ; Anglo-Saxon Period, 

(^Family Lib.) Lond. 1831 

Paris, Narrative of Memorable Events in, preceding the Capi- 
tulation and during the Occupancy of that City by the 
Allied Armies, in 1814, [by John Britton,] 8vo, 

Lond. 1828 

Paris and its Historical Scenes, 2 vols. Lib. Ent. Know. 

Parkeri Sam., De Rebus sui temporis Commentarii, Svo. 

Lond. 1726 

Pecchio Count, Anecdotes of the Spanish and Portuguese 
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PiiPE General G., Relation des Evenemens qui ont eu lieu h. 
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Perceval George, History of Italy, from the Fall of the West- 
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408 HISTORY. 

Peter the Great, Memoirs of the Life of, (Fam. Lib.) Lond. 1832 
Pius VII, Narrative of the Journey and Imprisonment of 

Pamphleteer, vol. 4 
Polonia; or Monthly Reports on Polish Affairs, published by 

the Literary Association of the Friends of Poland, nos. 

1—5 Lond. 1832 

Portugal, Historical View of the Revolutions of, since the 

Close of the Peninsular War, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Prescott William H., History of the Reign of Ferdinand and 

Isabella, the Catholic, of Spain, 3 vols, 8vo. Lond. 1838 
QuiBEUON, Memoires sur I'Expedition de, precedes d'un Notice 

sur TEmigration de 1791, et sur les trois Campagnes 

des Annees 1792 — 94; par Louis-Gabriel de Villeneuve- 

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Rapin M. de Thoyras, History of England ; translated and 

continued to the Death of George I, by Tindall, 5 vols. 

folio Lond. 1732 
Acta Regia ; History of England, grounded upon the 

Records in Rymer's Foedera, translated by Stephen 

Whatley, folio Lond. 1732 

Raumer Fred. Von, The Political History of England, during 

the 16th, 17th, & 18th Centuries, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 
[Raynal Abb6,] Histoire Philosophique et Politique des Eta- 

blissements et du Commerce des Europeens dans les 

deux Indes, 6 tom. 8vo. Amst. 1773 

Rengger et Longchamp, Essai Historique sur la Revolution du 

Paraguay, et le Gouvernement Dictatorial du Docteur 

Francia, 8vo. Paris, 1827 
The Reign of Dr. J. G. R. de Francia, in Paraguay, 

small 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores post Bedam preecipui, ex vetus- 

tissimis Codicibus MSS. in lucem editi, k Henrico Savile, 

folio France, 1601 

Willelmus Mdmcsburiensis ; Henricus Huntingdonicnsis ; Roger de 
Hovedcn ; Chronicorum Ethelwerdi libri IV; Ingulphus 

Rerum Britannicarum, id est Anglia?, ScotisG, vicinarumque Insu- 
larum ac Rcgionum, Scriptores vetustiores ac proecipui, 
folio Heidelb. 1587 

Galfridus Monumctensig; Ponticus Virunnius ; Gildas; Bcda; Guliclmus 
Neubrigcnsis; Joan. Frossardus 



MODERN HISTORY. 409 

Retraite des Fran^ais, Petersbourg, 1813 Donat. Pam. 156 
Retreat of the French Army from Russia, Account of; trans- 
lated from the German, Bury, 1813 Donat. Pam. 92 
RivoLuzioNi della Repubblica Veneta, 8vo Filadel. 1804 

Robertson William, (D.D.) History of America, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1812 
History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V, 4 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1812 

History of Scotland, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1761 

• Historical Disquisition concerning India, 8vo. 

Lond. 1809 
RoscoE William, Life and Pontificate of Leo the Tenth, 6 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1806 

RoviGO Duke of, (M. Savary) Memoirs, written by himself; 

Illustrative of the History of Napoleon, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 
Royal Memoirs of the French Revolution ; by the Duchess of 

Angouleme, and Louis XVIII, 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Russell William, History of Modern Europe; with an Account 

of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 5 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1786 
Russia, History of, 3 vols. (Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1836 — 38 
Saint R^al L'Abbe, Histoire de Dom Carlos CEuvres, tom. 4 

Conjuration des Espagnols contre les Venitiens 

CEuvres, tom. 4 
Salmon Thomas, Modern History ; or the present State of all 

Nations, 33 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1725—39 

Vol. 1 China; Japan; Tonquin; Cochin-Cbina; Siam; Oriental Islands 

2 Oriental Islands {concludedj; Sunda Islands ; India Proper 

3 India f concluded J; Persia 

4 Persia {concludedj; Arabia; Asiatic Tartary; Turkish Empire 

5 Turkish Empire (concludedj; Turkey in Europe 

6 Russia; Sweden; Denmark and Norway; Greenland 

7 Poland; Bohemia; Silesia and Moravia; Hungary; Tran- 

silvania; German Empire 

8 German Empire (concludedj; United Netherlands 

9 United Provinces ; Austrian and French Netherlands ; Switzer- 

land; Italy 
10 Italy (concludedj; Italian Islands 
11—12 France 

13 Spain; Portugal 

14 British Isles 

3 G 



410 HISTORY. 

Salmon Thomas, Modern History : continued • 

Vol. 15 British Isles ; — London and Westminster 

16—26 History of England, to 1714 

27 Africa 

28—31 America 

32 Continuation of Modem History, to 1738 

Sanson, (Executeur des Arrets Criminels, pendant la Revolution) 
Memoires pour servir k I'Histoire de la Revolution Fran- 
9aise, 2 torn. 8yo. Paris, 1830 

Schiller F., History of the Thirty Years' War in Germany; 
translated by Captain Blaquiere, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1799 

Scott Sir Walter, History of Scotland, 2 vols. (Lardners 
Cyclop.) Lond. 1829—30 

Tales of a Grandfather, 7 vols. 12mo. Edinb. 1836 

Vol. 1—5 Scotland 
6 — 7 France 

Segur M. le General Comte de, Histoire de Napoleon et de la 
Grande Armee pendant I'annee 1812, 2 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1825 

History of the Expedition to Russia undertaken by 

Napoleon, in 1812, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Histoire de Russie et de Pierre -le-Grand, 8vo. 

Paris, 1829 

Selden J., Analecton Anglo Britannicon Opera, tom. 4 

Janus Anglorum Opera, tom. 4 

Judicium de Decem Historise Anglicanee Scriptoribus 

Opera, tom. 4 

England's Epinomis Opera, tom. .5 

SisMONDi J. C. L. Simonde de, Histoire des Franqais, tom. 
1_27, Svo. Paris, 1821—42 

Histoire des Republiques Italiennes du Moyen Age, 

16 tom. 2de edit., 8vo. Paris, 1818 

History of the Crusades against the Albigenses, in the 

thirteenth Century, with an Introductory Essay by the 
Translator, 8vo. Lond. 1826 

History of the Italian Republics, being a View of the 



Origin, Progress, and Fall of Italian Freedom, Ciarrfner's 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1832 

Skene William F., The Highlanders of Scotland ; their Origin 

History, and Antiquities, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1837 



MODERN HISTORY. 411 

Sketches from Venetian History, 2 vols. {Family Lib.) 

Lond. 1831 
Sketches of Popular Tumults ; Illustrative of the Evils of 

Social Ignorance, 12mo. Lond. 1837 

Smollett T., (M.D.) History of England ; from the Revolution 

in 1688, to the Death of George II, 5 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1818 
Snodgrass Major, Narrative of the Burmese War; detailing the 

Operations of Major Gen. Sir A. Campbell's Army, from 

May, 1824, to February, 1826, 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Some new Proofs by which it appears that the pretender is truly 

James III, Lond. 18-13 Donat. Pam. 97 

SouTHEY Robert, History of Brazil, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1810 — 17 

History of the Peninsular War, 3 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1823—32 
SouTHEY Capt. Thomas, Chronological History of the West 

Indies, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Spain and Portugal, History of, to 1814, (Lib. Use. Know.) 

Lond. 1833 
StjIel Madame de, De la Revolution Fran^oise 

(Euvres, tom. 12 — 14 
Stewart Col. David, Sketches of the Character, Manners, and 

present State of the Highlanders of Scotland ; with details 

of the Military Service of the Highland Regiments, 2 vols. 

8vo. Edinb. 1822 

Sketches of the Highlanders, Remarks on, Edinb. \S23 

Pamphlets, 3 
Stork Dr. (Bp. of Killalla) Narrative of what passed at Killalla, 

in the County of Mayo, during the French Invasion, 

in the summer of 1798, Bath, 1809 Donat. Pam. 52 
SucHET Marshal, Memoirs of the War in Spain, from 1808 — 14, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Sully Due de, Memoires, 6 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1822 

Memoirs; translated by Mrs. Lennox, 5 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1819 
Swift Jonathan, History of the last years of Queen Anne 

Works, vol. 17 
Switzerland, History of, (Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1832 
Teeling C. H., Personal Narrative of the Irish Rebellion of 

1798, 8vo. Lond. 1828 



412 HISTORY. 

Temple Sir William, Observations upon the United Provinces of 
the Netherlands Works, vol. I 

Memoirs, from 1672, to the Author's Retirement 

Works, vol. 2 

Introduction to the History of England Works, vol. 3 

Thiers M. A., History of the French Revolution; translated 

with Notes, &c., by Frederick Shoberl, 5 vols. 8vo. 

Land. 1838 
Thomson Mrs. A. T., Memoirs of the Court of Henry the Eighth, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 
Thuani Jacobi Augusti, Historiarum sui Temporis ab anno 

Domini 1543, usque ad annum 1607, Libri cxxxviii. 

Accedunt Commentariorum de Vita su£l Libri Sex, 5 tom. 

folio Genevce, 1620 

TooKE W., History of Russia; from the foundation of the 

Monarchy to the Accession of Catherine H, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1800 

Life of Catherine H, Empress of Russia, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1798 
View of the Russian Empire ; during the Reign of 

Catherine U, and to the close of the present Century, 

3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1799 
ToussAiNT Louverture, History of Pamphleteer, vol. 4 
Trevor Hon. Arthur, Life and Times of William the Third, 

King of England, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835 — 36 

Trials of Charles the First and some of the Regicides, ( Family 

Lib.) Lond. 1832 

Turner Sharon, History of the Anglo-Saxons ; to the Norman 

Conquest, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 
History of England ; during the Middle Ages, 5 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1825 

History of the Reign of Henry VHI, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1827 
History of the Reigns of Edward VI, Mary, and 



Elizabeth, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Tyler J. Endell, Henry of Monmouth; or Memoirs of the Life 

and Character of Henry the Fifth, as Prince of Wales 

and King of England, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Tytler Patrick F., History of Scotland, 8 vols. Svo. 

Edinb. 1828—42 



MODERN HISTORY. 415 

Vauohan Robert, (D.D.) The Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell, 
and the State of Europe during the early part of the 
Reign of Louis XIV, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty ; including the 

Constitutional and Ecclesiastical History of England ; 
from the Decease of Elizabeth to the Abdication of 
James II, 2 vols. Bvo. Lond, 1831 

History of England under the House of Stuart, inclu- 



ding the Commonwealth, [a. d. 1603 — 88] 2 vols. (Lib. 
Use. Know.) Lond. 1840 

Vergilii Polydori, Anglicee Hist, libri xxvii, folio Basil, 1557 
Vertot, Histoire des Revolutions de Portugal, 12mo. 

Paris, 1820 

Histoire des Revolutions de la R6publique Romaine, 

2 tom. 12mo. Paris, 1821 

Histoire des Revolutions de Suede, 12mo. Paris, 1820 



ViLLANi Giovanni, Istoire Fiorentine, 8 tom. 8vo. 

Milano, 1802—3 
Voltaire, Siecle de Louis XIV CEuvres, tom. 4, part 2 

Siecle de Louis XV CEuvres, tom. 5, part 1 

Annales de I'Empire depuis Charlemagne 

CEuvres, tom. 5, part 2 

Histoire de Charles XII, Roi de Suede 

CEuvres, tom. 5, part 1 

De la Empire de Russie sous Pierre-le-Grand 

CEuvres, tom. 5, part 1 

Histoire du Parlement de Paris CEuvres, tom. 5, part 2 

Melanges Historiques CEuvres, tom. 5, part 2 

Warin Regnault, Memoires pour servir k la Vie du General La 

Fayette, et k I'Histoire de I'Assemblee Constituante, 

2 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1824 

Watson Robert, (LL.D.) History of the Reign of Philip II, King 

of Spain, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1785 
History of the Reign of Philip III, King of Spain, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1 808 

Wellinqton Field Marshal the Duke of, His Military Memoirs, 

byCapt. Moyle Sherer, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 

Welwood J., (M.D.) Memoirs of the most material Transactions 

in England, for the last hundred years preceding the 

Revolution in 1688, 8vo. Lond. 1700 



414 HISTORY. 

Western World, History of the; vols. 1, 2; — The United 
States, (Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1831 — 32 

Whitelock Bulstrode, Memorials of the English Affairs; or an 
Historical Account of what passed from the beginning of 
the Reign of King Charles the First, to King Charles the 
Second, his happy Restauration, folio Lond. 1732 

WifFEN J. H., Historical Memoirs of the House of Russell ; from 
the time of the Norman Conquest, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1 833 

WiLKs Colonel Mark, Historical Sketches of the South of India, 
in an Attempt to trace the History of Mysoor, 3 vols. 
4to. Lond. 1820 

Wilson Arthur, History of James I Kennet, vol. 2 

Wraxall Sir. N. W., Posthumous Memoirs of his Own Time, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Year of Liberation ; a Journal of the Defence of Hamburgh 
against the French Army, under Marshal Davoust, in 
1813, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1832 



SECTION VIII. 



Dissertations, Correspondence, 8^c., Illustrative 
of History. 

Carlyle Thomas, On Heroes, Hero- Worship, and the Heroic 
in History, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Copies of Original Letters from the Army of General Bonaparte, 
in Egypt, Intercepted by the Fleet under the command 
of Admiral Lord Nelson, Lond. 1798 Donat. Pam. 10 

Copies of Original Letters from the French Army, in Egypt ; 
part the third, Lond. 1800 Donat. Pam. 11 

Correspondence of Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury, with 
King William, &c.; illustrated with Narratives, Historical 
and Biographical; by William Coxe, F.R.S., 4to. 

Lond. 1821 



DISSERTATIONS, CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. 415 

Correspondence of Henry Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, and of 
Lawrence Hyde, Earl of Rochester ; with the Diary of 
Lord Clarendon, from 1687 — 90; and of Lord Rochester, 
during his Embassy to Poland, in 1676; by Samuel W. 
Singer, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1828 

Dissertation on the Passage of Hannibal over the Alps ; by a 
member of the University of Oxford, [Rev. J. A.Cramer] 
Svo. ^ Oxf. 1820 

Douglas Hon. F. S. N., Essay on the Resemblance between 
the Ancient and Modern Greeks, Svo. Lond. 1813 

Elizabeth (Queen) and her Times ; a series of Original Letters 
of that period, edited by Thomas Wright, M.A., 2 vols. 
Svo. Lond. 1839 

Ellis Hon. G. A., Historical Inquiries respecting the Character 
of Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, 12mo. Lond. 1827 

Ellis (The) Correspondence ; Letters written in the years 
1686 — 88, addressed to John Ellis, Esq., Edited by the 
Hon-. G. A. Ellis, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1829 

Historical Parallels, 2 vols. Lib. Ent. Know. 

Letter from an Officer at Madras, to a Friend in England ; 
exhibiting the Rise, Progress, and actual State of the late 
unfortunate Insurrection in the Indian Army, Lond. 1810 

Donat. Pam. 27 

Letters (Original) Illustrative of English History ; including 
numerous Royal Letters, from Autographs in the British 
Museum, &c,, with Notes, &c., by Henry Ellis, F.R.S., 

3 vols. Svo. Lond. 1824 
Letters (Original) Illustrative of Enghsh History; second series, 

4 vols. Svo. Lond. 1827 
Letters (Original) written during the Reigns of Henry VI, 

Edward IV, Edward V, Richard III, and Henry VII ; by 
various persons of rank and consequence ; digested in 
Chronological order, with Notes, Historical and Explana- 
tory, by Sir John Fenn, 5 vols. 4to. Lond. 1787—1823 
Letters (Two) ; one from Pope Pius the Fourth to Mary Queen 
of Scots, to assist by her Prelates at the Council of 
Trent; the other from Sir Benjamin Tichborne to King 
James I, concerning the staying of the Execution of 
the Lords Cobham and Gray, and Sir Griffin Markham ; 
communicated to the Society of Antiquaries by Thomas 
Amyot, Esq. Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 



416 HISTORY. 

LosELEY (The) Manuscripts; Manuscripts and other rare Docu- 
ments Illustrative of some of the more minute particulars 
of English History, Biography, and Manners, from the 
Reign of Henry VI H to that of James I ; Edited by 
Alfred John Kempe, Esq., 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Machiavelli Nic, Discorsi sopra la prima deca di Tito Livio 

Opere, tom. 3 

Masters R., Remarks on Mr.Walpole's Historic Doubts on the 
Life and Reign of King Richard the Third, Lond. 1772 

Dojiat. Pam. 4to. 1 

Meadly G. W., Two pairs of Historical Portraits; Octavius 
Ceesar and William Pitt, Rienzi and Buonaparte 

Pamphleteer, vol. 18 

MiDDLETON Conyers, (D.D.) Treatise on the Roman Senate 

Works, vol. 3 

Montagu E. W,, Reflections on the Rise and Fall of the 
Ancient Repnblicks, 8vo. Lond. 1759 

Montesquieu Ch., Considerations sur les causes de la Grandeur 
des Roraains et de leur Decadence (Euvres, tom. 1 

Nicolas Nich. Harris, The Privy Purse Expences of King 
Henry the Eighth, from Nov. 1529, to Dec. 1532, 8vo. 

Lond. 1827 

Prichard J. C, (M.D.) The Eastern Origin of the Celtic Na- 
tions proved by a comparison of their Dialects with the 
Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, and Teutonic Languages, 8vo. 

Oxf. 1831 

Proclamation of the First Consul ; intended to be issued 
immediately on the Landing of the French Army in 
England, Lond. 1804 Donat. Pam. 44 

Raumer Fred. Von, History of the sixteenth and seventeenth 
Centuries, illustrated by Original Documents, translated 
from the German, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Smyth William, Lectures on Modern History; from the Irrup- 
tion of the Northern Nations to the close of the American 
Revolution, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Lectures on History ; second series ; on the French 

Revolution, 3 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1840 

SoMERS Lord, Coirection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts, on the 
most Interesting and Entertaining Subjects, but chiefly 
such as relate to the History of these Kingdoms ; Edited 
by Sir W. Scott, 13 vols. 4to. Lond. 1809—15 



PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY, ETC. 417 

Stanhope Hon. Col. Leicester, Greece, in 1823 — 24; being a 
series of Letters, and other Documents, on the Greek 
Revolution, 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Vernon James, Esq., (Secretary of State) Letters Illustrative of 
the Reign of William III, from 1696—1708, addressed 
to the Duke of Shrewsbury ; Edited by G. P. R. James, 
Esq., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Wellington Field Marshal the Duke of. Dispatches during his 
various Campaigns in India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, 
the Low Countries, and France, from 1 799 — 1 818; Edited 
by Lieut. Col. Gurwood, 12 vols, and Index, 1 vol. 8vo. 

Lond. 1834—39 



SECTION IX. 



Parliamentary History, Speeches, Records, 
State Papers, 8^c. 

Abstract of the Evidence taken in the House of Commons 
against the Orders in Council, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. I 

Address of the Rt. Hon. the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in 
Parliament assembled, presented to Her Majesty the 
14th day of March, 1704; and Her Majesty's Answer 
thereunto, &c., Lond. 1704 Donat. Pam. folio 

Alphabetical List of the Members of the House of Commons, 
1823 Pamphleteer, vol. 21 

Analysis of the British House of Commons, as at present 
constituted, 1823 Pamphleteer, vol. 22 

Amyot Thomas, Transcript of an Original MS. containing a 
Memorial from George Constantyne to Thomas Lord 
Cromwell Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

Account of the Instrument of Legitimation granted 

by Mary Queen of Scots to her brother James, after- 
wards Earl Murray Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

3 H 



418 HISTORY. * . 

Bill intituled An Act to regulate the Labour of Children and 
young Persons in the Mills and Factories of the United 
Kingdom, [1833] Donat. Pam. folio 

Bill intituled An Act to amend the Representation of the 
People in England and Wales, [1831] Donat. Pam. folio 

Bill to promote the better Observance of the Lord's Day, 
[1833] Donat. Pam. folio 

Bill for the Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Colo- 
nies, [1833] Donat. Pam. folio 

Bill (as amended by the Committee) intituled An Act for the 
Abohtion of Slavery throughout the British Colonies, 
&c., [1833] Donat. Pam. folio 

Biographical Index to the present [1808] House of Com- 
mons; by Joshua Wilson, M.A., 12mo. Lond. 1808 

Biographical List of the House of Commons, to March 21, 
1814, Lond. 1814 Donat. Pam. 159 

BuRDETT Sir F., Speech in the House of Commons, on March 
13, 1809, on the Conduct of H, R. H. the Duke of 
York, Lond. 1809 Donat. Pam, 6 

BuRGHLEY Lord, Collection of State Papers, relating to affairs in 
the Reigns of Henry VHI, Edward VI, Mary, & Elizabeth, 
from 1542—70; edited by S. Haynes, folio Lond. 1740 

A Collection of State Papers, relating to affairs in 

the Reign of Elizabeth, from 1571 — 96; edited by W. 
Murdin, folio Lond. 1759 

Burke Rt. Hon, Edm., Fragments and Notes of Speeches 

Works, vol. 10 

Reports of a Committee of the House of Commons, 

on the Affairs of India Works, vol. 1 1 

Articles of Charge of High Crimes and Misdemeanors 

against Warren Hastings, Esq., late Governor General of 
Bengal Works, vols. 11, 12 

Speeches on the Impeachment of Warren Hastings, 

Esq. . Works, vols. 13—16 

Report from Committee appointed to inspect the 



Lords' Journals, in relation to the Proceedings on the 
Trial of Warren Hastings, Esq. Works, vol. 14 

Burton Thomas, Diary of; Member in the Parliaments of 
Oliver and Richard Cromwell, from 1656 — 59, 4 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1828 



PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY, ETC. 419 

Canning Rt. Hon. Geo., Speeches of; with a Memoir of his 
Life, by R. Therry, Esq., 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Speech on the Motion for an Address to the Prince 

Regent, on his Royal Highness's Speech from the Throne, 
1817 Pamphleteer, vol. 10 

Speech at the Liverpool Dinner, given in celebra- 



tion of his Re-election, March 8, 1820 

Pamphleteer, vol. 16 

Edwards Edward, Strictures on the " Minutes of Evidence," 
taken before the Select Committee on the British Mu- 
seum, Lond. 1836 Donat. Pam. 106 

Evidence taken before the Select Committee of the House of 
Lords appointed to inquire into the Collection and Pay- 
ment of Tithes in Ireland, 1831 — 32, folio 

Evidence taken before the Select Committees of the Houses of 
Lords and Commons, in the Sessions of 1824 and 1825, 
on the State of Ireland, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Harrison Wm., Substance of the Reply, before the Select 
Committee of the House of Commons, on East India- 
built Shipping, on June 28, 1814, in reply on the whole 
case, Lond. 1814 Donat. Pam. 20 

HoBHOusE Sir Ben., On the Measures adopted by Parliament, 
for Lessening the Expense of Inclosure Acts, &c., Bath, 
1813 Donat. Pam. 22 

HoRSLEY Bp., Speeches in Parliament, 8vo. Lond. 1813 

MiLTONi Joannis, Litterae Senates Anglicani; necnon Crom- 
wellii, &c., nomine ac jussu Conscriptse ; et Scriptum 
Dom. Protectoris contra Hispanos Prose Works, vol. 3 

Translation of the preceding Miltdn's Work's, vol. 2 

Minutes of Evidence, &c., taken before a Committee of the 
House of Commons, May and June, 1810, on the Peti- 
tion of the Proprietors of Collieries in South Wales, 
Newport, 1810 Donat. Pam. 35 

Mirror of Parliament; edited by J, H. Barrow, Esq., from 
its commencement in Jan., 1828, to Oct., 1831, 15 vols, 
small folio 

Observations on the Measure of Creating, by Authority of 
Parliament, an Hereditary Rent-Charge, payable out of 
the Revenue of the Isle of Man, in favour of the Duke 
of Atholl, Lond. 1805 Donat. Pam. 38 



420 HISTORY. 

Parliament, Key to both Houses of, 12mo. Lond. 1832 

Parliamentary Debates in England, from 1668 to 1741, 

21 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1742 

Parliamentary Papers, 1 vol. folio 

Return on Slave Population, 1831 

Abstract of the Laws in each of the British West India Colonies for 

Government and Protection of the Slave Population, 1831 
Return respecting an Inquiry into the Treatment of a Female Slave in 

Jamaica, 1831 
Return on the Slave Insurrection in Jamaica, 1832 
Return of all Manumissions granted in Jamaica, from 1825 — 30 
Return relating to Slave Trials and Punishments in Jamaica, 1832 
Return on Religious Instruction in Jamaica, 1832 
Return, Copy of a Charge to the Grand Jury of Sierra Leone, on the 

Slave Trade, 1832 
Return, Copies of Colonial Toleration Laws, 1832 
Return, Copies of Jamaica Toleration Laws, 1832 
Return, Copy of the Memorial of the Committee of the Inhabitants of 

Trinidad, praying for a Change in the Legislative Council of the 

Colony, &c., 1832 
Papers on the Melioration of the Condition of the Slave Population in 

the West Indies, 1832 
Copy of a Letter on the Formation of a Board of Commissioners for 

Education in Ireland, 1 83 1 
Copy of a Letter from the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons to 

Viscount Melbourne, on Anatomy, 1831 
Reports upon the Administration of the Government Revenues, and 

Judicial Establishments of Ceylon, 1832 
Return on Mauritius Slave Registration, 1832 
Returns relative to the Precious Metals which have been of late years 

Raised, Coined, &c., in America and Russia, 1832 
Correspondence relative to Slaves at Honduras, 1820 — 23 

Protest of the L s, upon A Her M for her 

Sp ; with th& names of the L ds, Lond. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 165 
Remarks on the Proceedings in the House of Commons, con- 
cerning Lord Melville, on April 8, 1805, Lond. 1805 

Donat. Pam. 5 
Report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the 
State of the Goals of this Kingdom, Lond. 1729 

Donat. Pam. folio 

Report from the Committee of the House of Commons on 

Madhouses in England, 1815 Pamphleteer, vol. 6 



PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY, ETC. 421 

Report, together with the Minutes of Evidence, and an Ap- 
pendix of Papers from the Committee [of the House of 
Commons] appointed to consider of provision being made 
for the better regulation of Madhouses in England 

Lond. 1815 

Report (Third) from the Committee [of the House of Com- 
mons] on the State of the Police of the Metropolis ; 
with Minutes of the Evidence, 1818, folio 

Report from the Select Committee [of the House of Commons] 
on Criminal Laws, &c., 1819, folio 

Report (Fourth) of the Inspectors General on the general 
state of the Prisons of Ireland, 1826, folio 

Report from the Select Committee [of the House of Commons] 
on the Commercial State of the West India Colonies ; 
with the Minutes of Evidence, 1832, folio 

Report from the Committee of Secrecy on the Bank of 
England Charter; with the Minutes of Evidence, 1832, 
folio 

Report from the Select Committee [of the House of Commons] 
on Tithes in Ireland, 1832 

Report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons 
on the Observance of the Lord's Day, 1832 

Donat. Pam. 106 

Report from the Select Committee [of the House of Commons] 
on Quakers' Affirmation, 1833 Donat. Pam. folio 

Report (Analysis of the) of a Committee of the House of 
Commons on the Extinction of Slavery ; with Notes, 
Lond. 1833 Donat. Pam. 106 

Report (Abstract of the) of the- Lords Committees on the 
Condition and Treatment of the Colonial Slaves ; with 
Notes, Lond. 1833 Donat. Pam. 106 

Report of William Crawford, Esq., on the Penitentiaries of the 
United States, addressed to His Majesty's Secretary of 
State for the Home Department, 1835, folio 

Report from the Secret Committee [of the House of Commons] 
on Joint Stock Banks ; with the Minutes of Evidence, 
1836, folio 

Report (Third) from the Select Committee [of the House of 
Commons] on Postage; with an Abstract of the Evi- 
dence, 1838, folio 



422 HISTORY. 

Report of the Debate in the House of Commons, June 23, 
1825, on Mr. Buxton's Motion relative to the Demolition 
of the Methodist Chapel and Mission House in Barba- 
does, and the Expulsion of Mr. Shrewsbury, a Wesleyan 
Missionary, from that Island, Lond. 1825 

Donat. Pam. 104 

RoTULi Parliamentorum, ab. an. 6to. Ed. I, ad finem Regni 
Henr. VII, 6 vols. — Journals of the House of Lords, 
from 1509, 1 Hen. VIII to 1816, 56 Geo. Ill, 50 vols.— 
Calendar of the Journals of the House of Lords, I vol. — 
Journals of the House of Commons, from 1547, 1 Edw. 
VI, to 1823, 3 Geo. IV, 77 vols.— Reports from Com- 
mittees of the House of Commons, from 1715 — 73, 
4 vols. — Indexes, 7 vols. — 145 vols, folio 

Salisbury Bp. of. Speech in the House of Lords, on the first 
Article of the Impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, 
Lond. 1710 Donat. Pam. 95 

Sheridan Rt. Hon. R. B., Speech at a Meeting of the Electors 
of the City of Westminster, Sept, 18, 1806, Lond. 1806 

Donat. Pam. 50 

State of the Representation of England and Wales, Lond. n. d. 

Donat. Pam. 155 

Thueloe J., State Papers; containing Authentic Memorials of 
the English Affairs, from 1638 to the Restoration of 
Charles II, edited by T. Birch, 7 vols, folio Lond. 1742 

View (A full) of the British Commons, Lond. 1821 

Donat. Pam. 18 

Wilson Joshua, A Biographical Index to the present House of 
Commons, 12mo. Lond. 1808 

Windham Right Hon. Wm., His Speeches in Parliament; with 
some account of his Life, by Thomas Amyot, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1812 



HERALDRY, GENEALOGY, ETC. 423 



SECTION X. 

Heraldry i Genealogy, Peerages, ^c. 

Addison Charles G., The History of the Knights Templars, the 
Temple Church, and the Temple, small 4to. Lond. 1842 
Betham Rev. W., Baronetage of England, 5 vols. 4to. 

Ipsw. 1801—5 

Collins A., Peerage of England; by Sir E. Brydges, 9 vols. 

Svo. 1812 

Debrett J., Peerage of Scotland and Ireland, 12mo. Lond. 1812 

Edmondson Joseph, Compleat Body of Heraldry, 2 vols, folio 

Lond. 1780 
FisHEU Geo., Companion and Key to the History of England; 
consisting of Copious Genealogical Details of the British 
Sovereigns, v?ith Genealogical Charts, &c., royal Svo. 

Lond. 1832 
Heraldic Anomalies ; or Rank Confusion in our Orders of 
Precedence, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 182-3 

Lawrence Sir J., On the Nobility of the British Gentry 

Pamphleteer, vol. 23 
Lodge Edmund, Peerage of the British Empire as at present 
Existing ; arranged and printed from the personal com- 
munications of the Nobility, Svo. Lond. 1833 

Genealogy of the Existing British Peerage ; with brief 

Sketches of the Family Histories of the NobiHty, Svo. 

Lond. 1832 

Mills Charles, History of Chivalry ; or Knighthood and its 

Times, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1825 

Selden J., Titles of Honour Opera, torn. 5 

Argument concerning the Baronies of Grey and Ruthen 

Opera, torn. 6 

On the Privileges of the Baronage of England 

Opera, tom. 6 

Vertot M. I'Abbe de, Histoire des Chevaliers de Malthe, 5 tom. 

12mo. Paris, 1726 



424 HISTORY. 



SECTION XI. 



Numismatics and Various Antiquities, 

Abela Gio. -Franc, Malta illustrata con le sue Antichitk, etc. 
Corretta, accresciuta e contin. dal conte Gio. -Ant. Cian- 
tar, 2 torn, folio Malta, 1772 

Addison Right Hon. Jos., Dialogues upon the Usefulness of 
Ancient Medals ; especially in relation to the Latin and 
Greek Poets Works, vol. 1 

Akerman J. Y., Numismatic Manual ; or Guide to the Study 
of Greek, Roman, and English Coins, 18mo. Lond. 1832 

Numismatic Manual, Svo. Lond. 1840 

Amyot Thomas, Transcript of Two Rolls, containing an Inven- 
tory of Effects formerly belonging to Sir John Fastolfe 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 4 
Antiquarian Repertory ; a Miscellaneous Assemblage of Topo- 
graphy, History, Biography, Customs, and Manners ; by 
Francis Grose, Esq., Thomas Astle, Esq., and other Emi- 
nent Antiquaries, 4 vols, 4to. Lond. 1807 — 9 
ArchjEOLogia ; or, Miscellaneous Tracts, relating to Antiquity ; 
published by the Society of Antiquaries of London, 
27 vols. 4to. ZoKrf. 1779— 1838 

Index to the First Fifteen Volumes, 4to, Lond. 1809 

Banduri Anselrai, Numisraata Imperatorum Romanorum, k 

Trajano Decio ad Paleeologos ; ace. Bibliotheca Num- 
maria, sive auctorum qui de Re Nummarid scripserunt, 
2 tom. folio Lut. Par. 1718 

Belzoni G., Operations and Recent Discoveries in Egypt and 
Nubia, 4to. Lond. 1821 

Atlas of Plates, with 6 new Plates, imp. folio 

Blunt Rev. J. J., Vestiges of Ancient Manners and Customs, 
discoverable in Modern Italy and Sicily, 8vo. Lond, 1823 

British Costume, History of Lib. Ent. Know. 

British Museum : — Egyptian Antiquities, 2 vols. — Elgin and 
Phigaleian Marbles, 2 vols. — The Townley Gallery, 
2 vols. Lib. Ent. Know. 



NUMISMATICS AND ANTIQUITIES. 425 

Combe C, Nummorum veterum qui in Museo Gulielmi Hunter 
asservantur,Descriptio,4to. Lond. 1782 — Gough Richard, 
A Catalogue of the Coins of Canute, King of Denmark 
and England, with specimens, 4to. Lond. Mil — Nummi 
Anglici et Scotici, coll. Pembroch. 4to. — A Table of the 
Gold Coins of the Kings of England, by [Dr. Browne 
Willis,] a Member of the Society of Antiquaries, folio 
Lond. 1733— Folkes Martin, Table of English Gold 
Coins, 4to. Lond. 1736 

This volume has belonged successively to the Rev. George Ashby, of Bar- 
row, in Suffolk, and G. Burrell, Esq., of Thetford; and is enriched 
with their MS. notes. It contains a presentation Copy of Gough 's 
Coins, and a proof, with the Author's Corrections, of a folio tract, in 
4 pages, by Dr. Browne Willis ; see Nichols's Literary Anecdotes, vol. 
2, page 33. Several plates, and M S. illustrations have been inserted ; 
among the latter, a list, written by Thomas Martin, of Thetford, of 
early British Coins in his possession ;— and a Catalogue of Coins 
belonging to the late S. Tyssen, Esq., with the prices they obtained 
at the Sale of his Collection. 

De Medicorum apud Veteres Romanos degentium Conditione 
Dissertatio Middleton's Works, vol. 4 

DiCTiONNAiKE des Antiquit6s, Mythologie, Diplomatique des 
Chartres et Chronologie, 5 torn, et Planches, 2 tom. 4to. 

Ency. Method. 

Egypt, Antiquities of; with a particular notice of those that 
illustrate the Sacred Scriptures, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Fellowes Charles, Journal written during an Excursion in Asia 
Minor, royal 8vo. Lond. 1839 

An Account of Discoveries in Lycia ; being a Journal 

kept during a Second Excursion in Asia Minor, royal 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 

[Fleetwood Bishop,] Chronicon Preciosum ; or an Account of 
English Money, the Price of Corn, and other Commodi- 
ties for the last 600 years, small 8vo. Lond. 1707 

FoLKES Martin, A Table of English Silver Coins, from the Nor- 
man Conquest to the Present Time, 4to. with a volume 
of plates Lond. 1745 

FosBROKE Rev. Thomas Dudley, Encyclopsedia of Antiquities 
and Elements of Archaeologia, Classical and Mediseval, 
2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1825 

3 I 



426 HISTORY. 

FosBROKE Rev. Thomas Dudley, Foreign Topography ; or an 
Encyclopedick Account of the Ancient Remains in Africa, 
Asia, and Europe, forming a Sequel to the Encyclopsedia 
of Antiquities, 4to. Lond, 1828 

Germana quaedam Antiquitatis eruditse Monumenta 

Middleton' s Works, vol. 4 

Gray Mrs. Hamilton, Tour to the Sepulchres of Etruria, in 1839, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Greeks and Romans, A Treatise on their Arts, Manufactures, 
Manners, and Institutions, 2 vols. (Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1835 

Hope Thomas, Costume of the Ancients, 8vo. Lond. 1809 

Klaproth J., Examen Critique des Travaux de feu M. Cham- 
pollion sur les Hi^roglyphes, 8vo. Paris, 1832 

Leake S. M., An Historical Account of English Money, 8vo. 

Lond. 1793 

MiLLiN A. L., Description d'un Vase Trouve h. Tarente, Paris, 
1814 Donat. Pam. 74 

MoNTFAUcoN Bcm. de, Antiquity Explained and Represented 
in Sculptures; translated by David Humphreys, M.A., 
with Supplement, 10 vols, in 7, folio Lond. 1721 — 25 

The Antiquities of Italy; translated by J. Henley, 

folio Lond. 1725 

Muratori L. a., Antiquitates Italicse Medii iEvi, ingenti copia 
Diplomatum et Chartarum veterum, etiam Nummis, 
Chronicis, aliisque Monumentis nunquam antea editis, 
6 torn, folio Medio. 1738 

Museum Meadianum, sive Catalogus Nummorum Ric. Mead, 
M.D., 8vo. Lond. 1755 

Occo A., Imperatorum Romanorum Numismata, folio, Medial. 
1683 — Indice degl' impronti cavati dalle Medaglie Impe- 
riali in metallo da Pompeo a Postumo. 

PEMBROciiiiE et Montis Gomerici Comitis, Numismata Antiqua ; 
et Nummi Anglici, et Scotici, 4to. Lond. 1746 

Pettingal John, (D.D.) A Dissertation upon the Tascia, or 
Legend, on the British Coins of Cunobelin and others, 
4to, Lond. 1763 Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 6 

PiNKERTON John, Essay on Medals ; or an Introduction to the 
Knowledge of Ancient and Modern Coins and Medals, 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1789 



NUMISMATICS AND ANTIQUITIES. 427 

Pompeii, 2 vols. Lib. Ent. Know. 

Potter John, (D.D.) Archaeologia Graeca, or the Antiquities of 
Greece; edited by G. Dunbar, 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1820 
Rasche J. C, Lexicon Universse Rei Nummarise veterum, et 
prsecipue Grsecorum ac Romanorura, k C. G. Heyne, 
7 torn, in 14, Svo. Lips. 1785—1805 

Report from the Select Committee on the Earl of Elgin's Col- 
lection of Sculptured Marbles, &c. Pamphleteer, vol. 8 
Roman Gallery, (in the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly) Descriptive 
Synopsis of the, Lond. 1816 Donat. Pam. 93 

RuDiNG Rogers, Annals of the Coinage of Britain and its De- 
pendencies, 5 vols. 8vo. and 4to. vol. of plates Lond. 18 J9 
Sayers Frank, (M.D.) Disquisitions, Antiquarian and Historical 

Works, vol. 2 
Seely Capt. J. B., Wonders of Elora ; or a Narrative of a Jour- 
ney to the Temples and Dwellings excavated out of a 
Mountain of Granite, at Elora, in the East Indies, Svo. 

Lond. 1824 
Spence Rev. Mr., Polymetis; or an Inquiry concerning the 
Agreement between the Works of the Roman Poets, and 
the Remains of the Ancient Artists, foho Lond. \155 
Strutt J., A complete View of the* Manners, Customs, &c. of 
the Inhabitants of England, from the arrival of the Saxons 
to the reign of Henry VIII, 3 vols. 4to. Lond. \115 

■ A complete View of the Dress and Habits of the 

People of England, 2 vols. 4to. Lo7id. 1796 

Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, 4to. 

Lond. 1810 

Stuart James, and Nich. Revett, Antiquities of Athens, 4 vols. 

large folio iow</. 1762— 1816 

Taylor Richard C, Notes respecting certain Indian Mounds 

and Earthworks, in the form of Animal Effigies, chiefly 

in the Wisconsin Territory, United States 

Donat. Pam. 106 

Verstegan Richard, The Restitution of Decayed Intelligence in 

Antiquities, 4to. Oxf. 1605 

This Copy belonged to Blomefield, and T. Martin, whose autographs it 

contains. 

WjLKiNS William, Antiquities of Magna Graecia, imp. folio 

Camb. 1807 



428 HISTORY. 

Wilkinson Sir J. G., Manners and Customs of the Ancient 
Egyptians, including their Private Life, Government, 
Laws, Arts, Manufactures, Religion, and Early History, 
3 vols. 8vo. Land. 1837 

Second Series of the Manners and Customs of the 

Ancient Egyptians, including their Religion, Agriculture, 
&c., 2 vols, and a vol. of plates, Bvo. Lond. 1841 

Wyttenbach John Hugh, Stranger's Guide to the Roman An- 
tiquities of the City of Treves, with plates, &c. ; edited 
under the direction of Dawson Turner, Esq., F.R.S., 
8vo. Lond. 1839 

Young Thomas, (M.D.) Account of some recent Discoveries in 
Hieroglyphical Literature and Egyptian Antiquities, 8vo. 

Lond. 1823 



SECTION XII. 

Biography, Letters, Anecdotes, 8^c. 

Abrantes Duchess d', (Madame Junot) Memoirs of, 8 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1833-^35 

Adventures of a Soldier; or Memoirs of Edward Costello, 
K.S.F., 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Adventures of a Young Rifleman, in the French and English 
Armies, during the War in Spain aud Portugal, from 
1806 to 1814, small 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Agrippina, the Wife of Germanicus, Memoirs of; by Elizabeth 
Hamilton, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1811 

Aikin John, (M.D.) Memoir of; with a Selection of his Mis- 
cellaneous Pieces; by Lucy Aikin, 2 vols. '8vo. 

Lond. 1823 

Aldrovandi Ulysses, Memoir of Nat. Lib. Mammalia, vol. 7 

Alfieri Vittorio, Vita di, scritta da Esso, 8vo. Milano, 1818 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 429 

Andrews Lancelot, (D.D.) The Life and Death of; by Henry 

Isaacson, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Annual (The) Biography and Obituary ; 1830 to 1837, 8 vols, 

8vo. Lond. 1830—37 

Anson George Lord, Life of; by Sir John Barrow, Bart., 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Antoinette Marie, Memoires sur la Vie Privee de ; par Madame 

Campan, 2 torn. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Memoirs of the Private Life of; by Madame Campan, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

Aram Eugene, Life and Trial of; several of his Letters and 

Poems, and his plan and specimens of an Anglo-Celtic 

Lexicon, 12mo. Richjnond, 1832 

The remarkable Trial and Defence of, for the Murder 

of D. Clark Pamphleteer, vol. 23 

Argens Marquis d', Memoires du, 8vo. Paris, 1807 

Aristotle, Memoir of, Nat. Lib. Ornitho. vol. 3 

Artemi, (of Mount Ararat) Memoirs of the Life of, 8vo. 

Lond. 1822 

Aylmer Bishop John, Life and Acts of; by John Strype, M.A., 

8vo. Oxf. 1821 

AzARA Don Fehx d'. Memoir of Nat. Lib. Mammalia, vol. 10 

Bacon John, (R.A.) Memoirs of; by Rev. Richard Cecil 

Cecil's Works, vol. 1 
Bacon Lord, Life of Works, vol. 1 

— Letters in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth Works, vol. 5 

Letters, Speeches, Charges, &c. Works, vol. 6 

Baird General the Rt. Hon. Sir David, Life of, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1832 
Banks Sir Joseph, Memoir of Nat. Lib. Ichthyology, vol. 1 
Barbauld Anna L., Life of; by Lucy Aikin Works, vol. 1 

Barclay John, (M.D.) Memoir of, Nat. Lib. Mammalia, vol. 9 
Barrington Sir J., Personal Sketches of his own Times, 3 vols. 
Bvo. Lond. 1827—32 

Barrington Viscount, Life of; by Rev. Geo. Townshend 

Works, vol. I 
Barrington Shute, (Bishop of Durham) Memoir of; by Rev. 
Geo. Townshend Vise. Harrington's Works, vol. 1 

Barrow Isaac, (D.D.) Some Account of the Life of 

Works, vol. I 



430 HISTORY. 

Bathurst Dr. Henry, (Bishop of Norwich) Memoirs of; by 
Rev. Henry Bathurst, LL.B., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 

Baur F. N., Description of the Remarkable Occurrences and 
Benevolent Holy Conduct of His Serene Highness Prince 
Alexander of Hohenlohe, Lond. 1822 Donat. Pant. 151 

Baxter Richard, Rehquise Baxterianae ; or Mr. Richard Baxter's 
Narrative of the most memorable passages of his Life and 
Times, by Matthew Sylvester, folio Lond. 1696 

Bayard Chevalier, The right joyous and pleasant History of his 
Feats, Gests, and Prowesses, 2 vols, small ^vo. 

Lond. 1825 

Bayle Pierre, Dictionnaire Historique et Critique, nouvelle edi- 
tion, augmentee de notes extraites de Chaufepie, Joly, 
&c., 16 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1820—23 

Beattie James, (LL.D.) Account of his Life and Writings ; by 
Sir William Forbes, 3 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1807 

Life; by Alex. Chalmers /» " The Minstrel,'' Sfc. 

Beaver Capt. Philip, Life and Services of; by Capt. W. H. 
Smyth, R.N., 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Beethoven, Life of, including his Correspondence with his 
Friends, and Remarks on his Musical Works; edited by 
Ignace Moscheles, Esq., 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Belisakius, Life of; by Lord Mahon, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Bellingham John, (the Assassin of the late Right Hon. S. Per- 
ceval) Conversations with, on the day previous to his 
Execution; by Dr. Wilson, Lond. 1812 

Donat. Pam. 100 

Belsham Rev. Thomas, Memoirs of, including a brief notice of 
his published Works, extracts from his Diary, his Letters, 
&c. ; by John Williams, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Berkeley Bishop George, Life and Letters of Works, vol. 1 

Bewick Thomas, Memoir of Nat. Lib. Omit ho. vol. 6 

Biliiaud-Varennes, M^moires de, 2 torn. 8vo. Paris, 1821 

Bioorapiiia Borealis, or Lives of Distinguished Northerns; by 
Hartley Coleridge, Bvo. Lond. 1833 

Andrew Marvel ; Richard Bentley ; Thomas, Lord Fairfax ; James, 
Seventh Eari of Derby ; Lady Anne Clifford ; Roger Ascham ; 
John Fisher ; Rev. William Mason ; Sir Richard Arkwright ; 
William Roscoc ; Capt. Cook j William Congrcvc ; Dr. John 
Fothergill 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 431 

Biographical (General) Dictionary; by Alexander Chalmers, 
32 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1812—17 

BiOGRArniCAL (General) Dictionary ; by John Gorton, 2 vols, 
and Appendix, 1 vol. Svo. Lond. 1830 

Biographical and Critical Dictionary of Painters and Engra- 
vers ; by Michael Bryan, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1816 

Biographical History of England, from Egbert the Great to 
the Reformation ; by the Rev. J. Granger, 6 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1824 

Biographical Illustrations of Worcestershire ; by John Cham- 
bers, 8vo. Worces. 1820 

Biographical Memoirs of Eminent Novelists and other distin- 
guished persons ; by Sir Walter Scott, 2 vols, small Svo. 

Edinb. 1834 

Vol. 1 Memoirs of Samuel Richardson; Henry Fielding ; Tobias Smollett; 
Richard Cumberland; Oliver Goldsmith; Samuel Johnson; 
Lawrence Sterne ; Horace Walpole ; Clara Reeve ; Mrs. Ann 
Radcliffe; Alain Rene Le Sage; Charles Johnstone; Robert 
Bage 

2 Henry Mackenzie ; Charlotte Smith ; Sir Ralph Sadler ; John 
Leyden, M. D. ; Miss Anna Seward ; Daniel De Foe ; Charles, 
Duke of Buccleuch ; John, Lord Somerville ; King George HI ; 
Lord Byron ; The Duke of York 

BioGRAPHiE Universelle, Ancienne et Moderne, 54 tom. Svo. 

Paris, 1811—32 
Blakely John Rix, Brief Memoirs of; by James Puntis, 12mo. 

Norwich, 1838 
BoiLEAU Despreaux, Lcttrcs de CEuvres, tom. 3 

BoLiNGBROKE Henry Lord, Life of; by Oliver Goldsmith 

Miscel. Works, vol. 4 

Memoirs of, by George W. Cooke, Esq., 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1835 

BossuET Bp. Jas. B., Account of the Life and Writings of; by 

Charles Butler Butler s Works, vol. 3 

— — Lettres Diverses de CEuvres, tom. 37, 38 

Lettres ecrites k par diverses personnes 

CEuvres de Bossuet, tom. 42 

Lettres inedites de CEuvres, tom. 43 

BouDON Henri-Marie de. Life of; by Charles Butler 

Butler's Works, vol. 3 



482 HISTORY. 

BowRiNG John, Details of the Arrest, Imprisonment, and Libe- 
ration of an Englishman, by the Bourbon Government 
of France, Lond. 1823 Pamphlets, 1 

Brettell Rev. J., Memoirs of the Life of; with a Sermon 
preached in consequence of his Death ; by Israel Wors- 
ley, Lincoln, 1810 Donat. Pam. 101 

Brown Charles B., (The American Novelist,) Memoirs and 
Letters of; by Wm. Dunlap, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Browne Sir T., Memoirs and Correspondence of Works, vol. 1 

Bruce James, (The African Traveller,) Life of; by Major F. B. 
Head, {Family Lib,) Lond. 1830 

Memoir of Nat. Lib. Ornitho. vol. 7 

Brydges Sir Egerton, Autobiography, Times, Opinions, and 
Contemporaries of, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Buchanan Rev. Claudius, (D.D.) Memoirs of the Life and 
Writings of; by Rev. Hugh Pearson, M.A., 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1819 

BuFFON Geo. Louis le Clerc, Memoir of 

Nat. Lib. Mammalia, vol. 1 

BuNYAN John, Life of; by Robert Southey Pilgrim's Progress 

[Buonaparte] Napoleon, Journal de la Vie Privee et des 
Conversations de 1' Empereur, a Sainte Hel^ne; par 
le Comte de Las Cases, 2 tom. Bvo. Lond. 1823 

[ ] Napoleon, Journal of the Private Life and Conver- 
sation of the Emperor, at St. Helena ; by the Count de 
Las Cases, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1823 

[ ] Napoleon, The Last Days of; by Dr. -F. Antom- 

marchi, 2 vols. 8vo Lond. 1825 

[ ] Napoleon in Exile; or a Voice from St. Helena; 

by Barry E. O'Meara, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Buonaparte, Court and Camp of, {Family Lib.) Lond. 1829 

Buonaparte Lucien, Memoires Secrets sur la vie privee, poli- 
tique, et litteraire de, 2 tom. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Buonarroti Michel Angelo, The Life and Literary Works of; 
by R. Duppa, 4to. Lond. 1806 

Burgess Thomas, (D.D., late Bp. of Salisbury,) Life of; by 
John S. Harford, D.C.L., 8vo. Lond. 1840 

BuRGiiLEY William Cecil Lord, Memoirs of the Life and 
Administration of; by the Rev. Edward Nares, D.D., 
3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1828—31 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 433 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Memoirs of the Life and Character of; 

by James Prior, Esq., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 

'■ Letters, &c. Works, vol. 9 

and Dr. French Lawrence, Epistolary Correspondence 

of, Svo. Lond. 1827 

BuRNEY Dr., Memoirs of; arranged from his own manuscripts, 

from family papers, and from personal recollections ; by 

his daughter Madame d'Arblay, 3 vols. Svo. Lond. 1832 
Burns Robert, Life and Correspondence of Works, vols. 1 — 3 

Life of; by J. G. Lockhart, 8vo. Edinb. 1828 

BussY Roger de Rabutin Comte de, Les Lettres de, tom. 2, 3, 

6, 7, 12mo. Paris, 1737 

Butler Rev. Alban, Account of the Life and Writings of; by 

Charles Butler Works, vol. 3 

Butler Joseph, (late Bp. of Durham,) Memoirs of his Life, 

Character, and Writings; by Thomas Bartlett, A.M., 

8vo. Lond. 1839 

Byron Lord, Letters and Journals of; with Notices of his Life, 

by Thomas Moore, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1830 
Conversations of; noted during a residence with his 

Lordship at Pisa, in the years 1821 — 22; by Thomas 

Medwin, Esq., 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Life and Genius of; by Sir C. Gordon 

Pamphleteer, vol. 24 
Character of; by Sir W. Scott Pamphleteer, vol. 24 



Cadogan Hon. and Rev. W. B., Memoirs of; by Rev. Richard 
Cecil Cecil's Works, vol. I 

Calamy Edmund, Historical Account of my own Life, and 
Reflections on the Times I have lived in (1671 — 1731); 
edited, &c., by J. T. Rutt, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Calumnious Aspersions contained in the Report of the Sub- 
Committee of the Stock-Exchange, exposed and refuted, 
in so far as regard Lord Cochrane, K.B. and M.P., the 
Hon. Cochrane Johnstone, M.P., and G. R. Butt, Esq., 
Lond. N. D. Donat. Pam. 7 

Campbell George, (D.D.) Account of his Life and Writings; 
by Rev. G. S. Keith In Lectures on Eccles. Hist. 

Campbell Rev. John, Life, Times, and Missionary Enterprises 
of; by Robert Philip, 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Camper Peter, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 3 

3 K 



434 HISTORY. 

Canning Rt. Hon. George, Memoir of his Life; by R. Therry, 
Esq. Speeches, vol. 1 

Cappe Cath., Memoirs of her Life, 8vo Lond. 1823 

Carey William, (D.D.) Memoirs of; by Eustace Carey, Bvo. 

Lond. 1836 

Carleton Capt. G., Memoirs of himself ; with Anecdotes of the 
War in Spain, under Lord Peterborough, 8vo. Edinb. 1808 

Caspar Hauser. An Account of an Individual kept in a dungeon, 
separated from all communication with the world, from 
early Childhood to about the age of Seventeen ; trans- 
lated from the German, of Anselm Von Feuerbach, 12mo. 

Land. 1833 

Castruccio, Vita di Opere di Machiavelli, torn. 2 

Cecil Rev. Richard, Memoir of, by his Wife; with his Letters, 
and a View of his Character, by the Rev. R. Pratt 

Cecil's Works, vol. 1 

Cellini Benvenuto, Memoirs of; by Thomas Roscoe, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1823 

Chatham Wm. Pitt Earl of, Correspondence of, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lojid. 1838 

CiiATTERTON Thomas, Life of; including his unpublished Poems 
and Correspondence, by John Dix, 12mo. Lond. 1837 

Chedwortii Lord, Letters to the Rev. Thomas Crompton, from 
1780—95, 4to. Lond. 1828 

Cheke Sir John, Life of; by John Strype, M.A., 8vo. 

Oxf. 1821 

Chisholm, Memoir of the; late M.P. for Inverness-shire, by 
the Rev. James S. M. Anderson, 12mo. Lond. 1842 

Christian (The) Correspondent ; Letters private and confiden- 
tial, by eminent persons of both sexes, with a preliminary 
Essay, by James Montgomery, Esq., 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1837 

Chrysostom Saint, The Life of; translated from the German of 
Dr. Neander, by the Rev. J. C. Stapleton, vol. 1, 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 

Cicero Marcus Tullius, History of the Life of; by Conyers 
Middleton, D.D., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1741 

Life of; by J. F. Hollings, (Family Lib.) Lond. 1839 

Clarendon Edward Earl of, Life of Himself, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Oxf. 1761 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 435 

Clarke Adam, (LL.D.) An Account of his Infancy, Religious 
and Literary Life ; Edited by the Rev. J. B. B. Clarke, 
3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Clarke Rev. Edward Daniel, Life and Remains of; by William 
Otter, 4to. Lond. 1824 

Clive Robert Lord, Life of; collected from the family papers 
communicated by the Earl of Powis ; by Major General 
Sir John Malcolm, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

CoiGLY James, Observations on the Trial of, for High Treason ; 
with an Account of his Life, by J. Fenwick, Lond. 1698 

Donat. Pam. 76 

Coleridge Samuel Taylor, Biographia Literaria; or Biogra- 
phical Sketches of my Literary Life and Opinions, 2 vols, 
royal 8vo. Lond. 1817 

Life of; by James Gillman, vol. 1, 8vo. Lond. 1838 

CoLLiNGWooD Vicc-Admiral Lord, Selections from his public 
and private Correspondence, interspersed with Memoirs 
of his Life; byG. L. N. Collingwood, Esq., 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 

Columbus Christopher, History of the Life and Voyages of; by 
Washington Irving, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

CoRNEiLLE P., Vie de (Euvres, torn. 1 

CoRREGGio and Parmegiano, Sketches of their Lives, 12mo. 

Lond. 1823 

CoRRESPONDANT Lc, tom. 5, 8vo. Paris, 1818 

CowpER Wm., Life and Letters of; with Remarks on Epistolary 
Writers, by William Hayley, Esq., 4 vols. 8vo. 

Chichester, 1809 

Letters of; revised by John Johnson, LL.D., 3 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1817 

Private Correspondence of; by John Johnson, LL.D., 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Life of; compiled from his Correspondence and other 

authentic sources of information, by Thomas Taylor, 8vo. 

Lond. 1833 

Life and Letters of; by Robert Southey, 8 vols. 

Works, vols, 1 — 7, 15 

Crabbe Rev. George, Life of; by his Sons, 12mo. Lond. 1834 

Cradock Joseph, Memoirs of Literary Memoirs, vol. 1 



436 HISTORY. 

Cranmer Archbishop, Memorials of the Life of; by John Strype 

2 vols, royal 8vo. Oxf. 1812 
Creichton Capt. John, Memoirs of; by Dr. J. Swift 

Swift's Works, vol. 13 

CuEQUY Marchioness de, Recollections of the eighteenth Cen- 
tury, from 1710 — 1800; translated from the French, 
8vo. Paris, 1834 

Crichton The Admirable, Life of; by Patrick F. Tytler, 12mo. 

Edinh. 1823 

Crockett Col. David, Sketches and Eccentricities of, 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 

Cromwell, Memoirs of the Protectoral House of; by Rev. 
Mark Noble, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1787 

Crow Capt. Hugh, Memoirs of, 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Crusius L., The Lives of the Roman Poets, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1733 

CuRRAN Rt. Hon. John Philpot, Life of; by WiUiam Henry 
Curran, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1822 

CuviER Baron, Memoirs of; by Mrs. R. Lee, 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Memoir of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 2 

Dante Alighieri, Life of; by the Rev. H. Cary The Vision, S^c. 

D'Arblay Madame, Diary and Letters of; Edited by her Niece, 
6 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Daschkaw Princess, (Lady of Honor to Catherine 11,) Memoirs 
of; written by herself, comprising Letters to the Empress, 
and other Correspondence; Edited from the original, by 
Mrs. W. Bradford, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Davy Sir Humphrey, Life of; by John A. Paris, M.D., 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1831 

De Foe Daniel, Memoirs of the Life and Times of; containing a 
Review of his Writings, &c., by Walter Wilson, Esq., 

3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 
De Geer Baron, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Entomology, vol. 1 
De RANci Dom A. J. le Bouthillier, Life of; by Charles Butler 

Butler's Works, vol. 3 
DiBDiN Thomas, Reminiscences of, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 
DiBDiN Rev. Thomas Frognall, (^D.D.) Reminiscences of a 
Literary Life, 2 vols. 8vo. Lotid. 1836 

DiCTioNNAiRE Encyclopcdiquc des Ana, 4to. Ency. Method. 
DiGBY Sir Kenelm, Prirate Memoirs of, 8vo. Lond. 1827 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 43/ 

Doddridge Philip, (D.D.) Correspondence and Diary of; Edited 

by J. D. Humphreys, 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829—31 

Dryden John, Life of; by Sir W. Scott, sm. 8vo. Edinb. 1834 

another copy Dryden's Works, vol. 1 

Letters of Works, vol. 18 

Dudley the Earl of. Letters to the Bishop of LlandafF, 8vo. 

Lond. 1840 

DuGDALE Sir "William, Life, Diary, and Correspondence of; 

Edited by Wm. Hamper, Esq., F.R.S., 4to. Lond. 1827 

Dun DAS Lawrence, (an Under Graduate of Trinity College, 

Cambridge,) Melancholy and Awful Death of; with an 

Address to the Younger Members of the University, on 

the Evil Nature, Tendency, and Effects of Drunkenness 

and Fornication; by the Rev. F. H. Maberley, Lond. 

1818 Donat. Pam. 84 

DuNTON John, Life and Errors of; with Selections from his 

Works, Edited by J. Nichols, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Ecclesiastical Biography ; or Lives of Eminent Men connected 

with the History of Religion in England, by the Rev. 

Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., 6 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Vol. 1 John WickliflFe ; William Thorpe ; Lord Cobham ; Cardinal 
Wolsey 

2 Thomas Bilney; Sir Thomas More; William Tindall; 

Cromwell, Earl of Essex ; John Rogers ; Bishop Hooper ; 
Dr. Rowland Taylor 

3 Bishop Latimer ; Bishop Ridley ; Archbishop Cranmer 

4 Bishop Jewel ; Bernard Gilpin ; Richard Hooker ; Archbishop 

Whitgift ; Dr. John Donne ; George Herbert 

5 Sir Henry Wotton ; Nicholas Ferrar ; Bishop Hall ; Dr. Henry 

Hammond ; Bishop Sanderson ; Richard Baxter 

6 Sir Matthew Hale; Philip Henry; Earl of Rochester; Arch- 

bishop Tillotson 

Edgewoutii Richard L., Memoirs of; by Himself, and con- 
tinued by his Daughter, Maria Edgeworth, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1820 
Elwes J., Esq., Life of; by E. Topham, Esq. 

Pamphleteer, vol. 25 

Erasmus, Life of; by John Jortin, D.D., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1808 

Erasmus, Life of; with Historical Remarks on the State of 

Literature, between the tenth and sixteenth Centuries, 

by Charles Butler, Esq., 8vo. Lond. 1825 



438 HISTORY. 

Erskine Lord, Sketch of the Character of Pamphleteer, vol. 23 
Evelyn John, (F.R.S.) Memoirs Illustrative of his Life and 
Writings; comprising his Diary, from 1641 — 1706, and 
a Selection of his Familiar Letters, «&c., Edited from the 
Original MSS., by William Bray, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1819 
Eventful Life of a Soldier during the late War in Portugal, 
Spain, and France, 12mo. Edinb. 1827 

ExMOUTH Admiral Viscount, Life of; by Edward Osier, Esq., 
8vo. Lond. 1835 

Fanshawe Lady, Memoirs of; with Extracts from the Corre- 
spondence of Sir Richard Fanshawe, 8vo. Lond. 1829 
Fenelon Archbishop, Life of; by Charles Butler Works, vol. 3 
Fin ATI Giov., Life and Adventures of; translated and edited by 
W. J. Bankes, Esq., 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1830 

Fletcher Mrs. Mary, Life of; by Henry Moore, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1818 
Fletcher of Salton, Life of Political Works 

Fitzgerald Lord Edward, Life and Death of; by T. Moore, 
2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

FoRSTER T., Original Letters of Locke; Algernon Sidney; and 
Anthony, Lord Shaftesbury, small 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Fouch£ Joseph, (Due d'Otrante,) Memoires de, 2 torn. 8vo. 

Paris, 1825 

Fox C. J., Some Particulars in the Character of the late, Lond. 

1809 Donat. Pam. 51 

Character of; by Samuel Parr, LL.D. 

Parrs Works, vol. 8 
Fragmenta Regalia; Memoirs of Queen Ehzabeth, her Court, 
and Favourites, by Sir R. Naunton, 12mo. Lond. 1824 
Franklin Benjamin, (LL.D.) Life and Correspondence of 

Works, vols. 1 — 4 
Frederic II, King of Prussia, Correspondence of 

Works, vols. 6 — 13 

Fuller Thomas, History of the Worthies of England ; with 

Notes by John Nichols, F.A.S., 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1811 

Galt John, The Autobiography of, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Garrick David, Memoirs of the Life of; by Thomas Davies, 

2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1780 

' Private Correspondence of, vol. 1 , royal 4to. 

Lond. 1831 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 439 

Genlis Countess de, Memoirs of; Illustrative of the History of 
the eighteenth and nineteenth Centuries, 8 vols. sm. 8vo. 

Lond. 1825—26 

Gesner Conrad, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 12 

Gibbon Edward, Memoirs and Letters o{ Misc. Works, vols. 1,2 

GoeTHE, Memoirs, written by himself, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 

Characteristics of; from the German of Falk Von 

Miiller, &c.,with Notes Illustrative of German Literature, 
by Sarah Austin, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Goldsmith Oliver, Life of Misc. Works, vol. 1 

Life of; by James Prior, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Good John Mason, (D.D.) Memoirs of his Life, Writings, and 
Character; by Olinthus Gregory, LL.D., 8vo. 

Lond. 1828 

Goodman Dr. Godfrey, (Bishop of Gloucester,) The Court of 
King James I ; to which are added. Letters Illustrative of 
the Personal History of the most Distinguished Characters 
in the Court of that Monarch and his predecessors ; Edited 
by John S. Brewer, M.A., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Grace S., Memoirs of the Grace Family, (privately printed,) 
8vo. Lond. 1823 

Grattan Rt. Hon. Henry, Memoirs of the Life and Times of; 
by his Son, Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P., 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1839—42 

Gray Thomas, Memoirs of his Life and Writings ; by W. 
Mason, M.A. Poems 

Grimaldi Joseph, Memoirs of; Edited by " Boz," 2 vols, 
small 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Grindal Abp. Edmund, Life and Acts of; by J. Strype, M.A., 
8vo. Oxf. 1821 

Grotius Hugo, Life of; with brief Minutes of the Civil, Eccle- 
siastical and Literary History of the Netherlands, by 
Charles Butler, Esq., 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Hale Sir Matthew, Life of; by Bishop Burnet, 12mo. 

Lond. 1820 

Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Writings of; by 

J. B. Williams, Esq., LL.D., small 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Halen Don Juan Van, Narrative of his Imprisonment in the 
dungeons of the Inquisition at Madrid, and his Escape in 
1817—18, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827 



440 HISTORY. 

Hall Rev. Robert, Brief Memoir of; by Dr. Gregory 

HalVs Works, vol. 6 
Observations on his Character as a Preacher ; by John 

Foster HalVs Works, vol. 6 

Letters of Works, vol. 5 

Reminiscences of; by John Greene, 8vo, Lond. 1832 

Haller Baron Albert Von, Memoir of 

Nat. Lib., Ornithology , vol. 10 
Hamilton Mrs. Eliz., Memoirs of; by Miss Benger, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1819 

Hardy Thomas, (Founder of, and Secretary to, the London 

Corresponding Society, for Diffusing useful Political 

Knowledge, &c.) Memoir of, 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Harmer Rev. Thomas, Memoir and Letters of; by William 

Youngman Harmer''s Misc. Works 

Hastings Rt. Hon. Warren, Memoirs of the Life of; by the 

Rev. G. R. Gleig, M.A., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Hausset Madame du, (Lady's Maid to Madame de Pompadour,) 

Private Memoirs of, 12mo. Lond. 1825 

Haydn and Mozart, Lives of; with Observations on Metastasio, 

and on the present State of Music in France and Italy ; 

translated from the French of L. A. C. Bombet, 8vo. 

Lond. 1818 
Heber Bishop, Life of; by his Widow, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1830 

Last Days of; by Thomas Robinson, 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Hemans Mrs., Memorials of; with Illustrations of her Literary 

Character, from her private Correspondence ; by Henry 

F. Chorley, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Henry Patrick, Sketches of the Life and Character of; by 

William Wirt, 8vo. Philadelphia, 1807 

Henry Rev. Philip, (A.M.) Life of; by the Rev. Matthew 

Henry, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Lord, Life of; by Himself, 4to. 

Lond. 1792 
Heriot George, (Jeweller to King James VI) Memoirs of; with 

an Historical Account of the Hospital founded by him at 

Edinburgh, 12mo. Edinb. 1822 

Hervey Mary Lepel Lady, Letters of; with a Memoir, 8vo. 

Lond. 1821 
Hey Wm., Life of; by J. Pearson, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1823 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 441 

Hill Benson Earle, Home Service ; or Scenes and Characters 
from Life, at Out and Head Quarters, 2 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 
Hill Sir Richard, Life of; by the Rev. Edwin Sidney, 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

Hill Rev. Rowland, (A.M.) Life of; by the Rev. Edwin Sidney, 

8vo. Lond. 1834 

Historical Sketches of Statesmen who flourished in the time 

of George III, with Remarks on Party ; by Henry, Lord 

Brougham, first and second series, 2 vols, royal 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

FIRST SERIES. 

George III ; LordJ Chatham ; Lord North ; Lord Loughborough ; 
Lord Thurlow; Lord Mansfield; Lord Chief Justice Gibbs; Sir 
Wm. Grant ; Burke ; Fox ; Pitt ; Sheridan ; Windham ; Dundas ; 
Erskine ; Perceval ; Lord Grenville ; Grattan ; Wilberforce ; Can- 
ning; Sir Sam. Romilly; Franklin; Frederic II; Gustavus III; 
The Emperor Joseph ; The Empress Catherine 

SECOND SERIES. 

George IV; (Including Sir John Leach and others) Lord Eldon; Sir Wm. 
Scott (Lord StoweU); Dr. Laurence; Sir Philip Francis; Home 
Tooke ; Lord Castlereagh ; Lord Liverpool ; Tiemey ; Lord St. 
Vincent ; Lord Nelson ; Homer ; Lord King ; Ricardo and the 
Currency Question ; Note on Curran ; Charles Carrol ; Necker ; 
Madame de Stael ; Mirabeau Family ; Camot ; Lafayette ; Prince 
Talleyrand; Napoleon; Washington 

HoBBES Thomas, Life of Works 

Holt Joseph, (General of the Irish Rebels, in 1798) Memoirs 
of; by T. Crofton Croker, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

HoRNE George, (D.D., Bp. of Norwich,) Life of; by W. Jones, 
M.A. Works, vol. 1 

HoKTENSE, (Duchesse de St. Leu) ex-Reine de HoUande, Me- 
raoires de, suivies des Romances composees et mises en 
Musique par ellememe, obi. 4to. Lond. 1832 

HosTE Capt. Sir William, Memoirs and Letters of, 2 vols. 8vo. 

o nd. 1833 

Hough Rev. John, (D.D., successively Bishop of Oxford, Lich- 
field and Coventry, and Worcester) Life of; by John 
Wilmot, Esq., 4to. Lond. 1812 

HousMAN Rev. Robert, Life and Remains of; by Robert 
Fletcher Housman, Esq., 8vo. Lond. 1841 

3 L 



442 HISTORY. 

Howard John, (the Christian Philanthropist) Life of; by Tlios. 

Taylor, 12mo. Lond. 1836 

Howe John, (M.A.) Life and Character of, with an Analysis of 

his Writings; by Henry Rogers, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Howe Richard Earl, (Admiral of the Fleet, &c.) Life of; by 

Sir John Barrow, Bart., 8vo. Lond. 1838 

HuBER Francis, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Entomology, vol. 6 

Hughes Rev, Joseph, Memoir of; by John Leifchild, 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 
Hunt Leigh, Lord Byron and some of his Contemporaries ; with 

Recollections of the Author's Life, and of his Visit to 

Italy, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Hunter John, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 4 

Hunter John D., Memoirs of a Captivity among the Indians of 

North America, from Childhood to the Age of Nineteen^ 

8vo. Lond. 1823 

Defended ; by E. Norgate, Lond. 1826 Pamphlets, 3 

Huntingdon, Selina Countess of. The Life and Times of, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Hutton James, (M.D.) Biographical Account of; by John 
Playfair Play/air's Works, vol. 4 

Hutton William, (F.A.S.S.) Life of; including an Account of 
the Riots at Birmingham, in 1791 ; by Catherine Hutton, 
8vo. Lond. 1817 

Innes Mrs., Brief Memorials of; with a Sermon on her Death, 
and an Address to the Inhabitants of the City of Nor- 
wich; by John Boutet Innes, 12mo. Lond. 1829 

Jebb John, (D.D., Bishop of Limerick) Life of; by the Rev. 
Charles Forster, B.D., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1836 

and Alexander Knox, Esq., Thirty Years' Corres- 
pondence between them ; edited by the Rev. Charles 
Forster, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Jefferson Thos., Memoirs, Correspondence, and Private Papers 
of; edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph, 4 vols. 8vb. 

Lond. 1829 
Jenner Edward, (M.D.) Life of; by John Baron, M.D., 8vo. 

Lond. 1827 
Jewell Bishop, Life of; by Charles Webb le Bas, M.A., l-Smo. 

Lond. 1835 

Life of With Apology for the Church 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 443 

Johnson Samuel (LL.D.) Life of; by James Boswell, Esq., 
4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1807 

Life of; by James Boswell, Esq. ; with Additions and 

Notes, by John W. Croker, LL.D., 5 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1831 

Letters of, selected from the collection of Mrs. Piozzi, 

and others Works, vol. 12 

An Essay on the Life and Genius of; by Arthur 



Murphy Johnson s Works, vol. 1 

JoHNSONiANA ; Or Supplement to Boswell ; being Anecdotes 
and Sayings of Dr. Johnson, 8vo. Lond. 1836 

Jones Rear Admiral Paul, Memoirs of, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Edinb. 1830 
Jones Richard Roberts, (of Aberdaron, in North Wales) Me- 
moir of; exhibiting a remarkable instance of a partial 
power and cultivation of Intellect, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Jones Sir William, Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Corres- 
pondence of; by Lord Teignmouth Works, vols. 1, 2 
JoNSON Ben, Memoirs, &c. of Works, vol. 1 

Joseph II, Letters of, on Various Subjects Pamphleteer, vol. 19 
Josephine I'lmperatrice, Memoires Historiques et Secrets de, 
par Melle. M. A. le Normand, 2 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1820 
Josephine Empress, Memoirs of the; with Anecdotes of the 
Courts of Navarre and Malmaison, 3 vols, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1828—29 

JosEPHUs Flavius, Life of Works, vol. 1 

Journal of a Soldier of the 71st Regiment, from 1806 to 1815, 

12mo. Edinb. 1822 

Kames Lord, Memoirs of his Life and Writings; by Lord 

Woodhouselee, 2 vols. 4to. Edinb. 1807 

Kean Edmund, Life of, 2 vols, 12mo. Lond. 1835 

Kelly Michael, Reminiscences of, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1826 

Kemele John Philip, Memoirs of the Life of; by James Boaden, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Ken Thomas, (D.D., Deprived Bishop of Bath and Wells) Life 

of; by the Rev. W. L. Bowles, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1830—31 

Keppel Augustus Viscount, (Admiral of the White) Life of; by 

the Hon. and Rev. T. Keppel, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Knight Thomas Andrew, Life of With Horticultural Papers 



444 HISTORY. 

Knox John, Life of; by Thomas M'Crie, D.D., 2 vols. 8vo. 

Edinb. 1814 
LAciPEDE M. le Comte de, Memoir of 

Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 6 
Lafauge Madame, Memoirs of; written by herself, 2 vols. 

]2mo. Lond. 1841 

Lafayette General, Recollections of the Private Life of; by 

M. Jules Cloquet, M.D., 8vo. Lond. 1835 

Outlines of the Principal Events in the Life of 

Pamphleteer, vol. 26 
Lamarck Chevalier de, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Entomol. vol. 5 
Lamb Charles, Letters of ; with a Sketch of his Life ; by Thos. 

Noon Talfourd, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1837 

[Landon Miss,] Life and Literary Remains of L. E. L. ; by 

Laman Blanchard, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 

Lardner Nathaniel, (D.D.) Life of Works, vol. 1 

Latreille Pierre-Andre, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Entomol. vol. 7 
Laud William, (D.D., Archbishop of Canterbury) Life and 

Times of; by John P. Lawson, M.A., 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1829 
Lavalette Count, Memoirs of; written by himself, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1831 
Lawrence Sir Thomas, Life and Correspondence of; by D. E. 

Williams, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Latude Henri Masers de, (who was imprisoned Thirty-five 

Years,) The Life of Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Leach Lieut. -Col. J., Rough Sketches of the Life of an Old 

Soldier, 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Ledyard John, Memoirs of the Life and Travels of; by Jared 

Sparks, Bvo. Lond. 1828 
Leighton Abp., Life of; by Rev. Dr. Jerment Works, vol. 1 
Lempriere J., (D.D.) Classical Dictionary, 4to. Lond. 1804 
Classical Dictionary; edited by E. H. Barker, Esq., 

8vo. Lond. 1828 

Letters of Philip, second Earl of Chesterfield, to several cele- 
brated Individuals of the time of Charles II, James II, 

William III, and Queen Anne, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Letters to and from Henrietta, Countess of Suffolk, and her 

Second Husband, the Honourable G. Berkeley, from 

171210 1767, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 445 

Lettsom John Coakley, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of; 

with a Selection from his Correspondence ; by Thomas 

Joseph Pettigrew, F.L.S., 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1817 

Lewis M. G., Life and Correspondence of, 2 vols. Svo. 

Lond. 1839 
L'HopiTAL Michel de, Essay on the Life of; by Charles Butler 

Butler s Works, vol. 2 
LiGHTFOOT John, (D.D.) Letters to and from Works, vol. 13 
LiNNE Sir Charles, Life of System of Nature, vol. 7 
LinnjEus, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. I 
A Selection of the Correspondence of, and other 

Naturalists, from the Original MSS. ; by Sir J. E. 

Smith, 2 vols. Svo. La d. 1821 

Lives of Eminent British Statesmen ; by Sir James Mackintosh 

and others, 7 vols. {Lardner's Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1831—38 

Vol. 1 Sir Thomas More; Cardinal Wolsey; Abp. Cranmer; William 
Cecil, Lord Burleigh. By Sir James Mackintosh, &c. 

2 Sir John Eliot ; Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford. By John 

Forster, Esq. 

3 John Pym ; John Hampden. By John Forster, Esq. 

4 Sir Henry Vane, the Younger ; Henry Marten. By John Forster, 

Esq. 

5 Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury ; Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby. 

By Right Hon. T. P. Courtenay 

6 Oliver Cromwell. By John Forster, Esq. 

7 Cromwell and the Republicans. By John Forster, Esq. 

Lives of the most Eminent Foreign Statesmen; vol. 1, by E. 
E. Crowe, vols. 2 — 5, by G. P. R. James, 5 vols. 
{Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1833 — 38 

Vol, 1 Cardinal Amboise ; Ximenes ; Leo the Tenth ; Cardinal Granvelle 
and Maurice of Saxony ; Bameveldt ; Sully ; Duke of Lerma ; 
Duke of Ossuno ; Lorenzo de' Medici 

2 Cardinal De Richelieu ; Alex, Count Oxensteim ; Caspar, Count 

Olivarez; Cardinal Mazarin 

3 Cardinal De Retz ; Jean Baptiste Colbert ; John De Witt ; Fran- 

cois Michel de Tellier 

4 Louis de Haro; Cardinal Dubois; Cardinal Alberoni; John Wm., 

Duke of Ripperda 

5 Cardinal de Fleury; Count Zinzendorf; Marquis of Pombal; Jos. 

Monino, Count of Florida Blanca ; Duke of Choiseul ; James 
Necker 



446 HISTORY. 

Lives of the most Eminent British Military Commanders ; by 
Rev. G. R. Gleig, 3 vols. {Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1831—32 
Vol. 1 Sir Walter Manny ; Sir Francis De Vere ; Oliver Cromwell ; John, 
Duke of Marlborough 

2 John, Duke of Marlborough {continued.) Charles Mordaunt, Earl 

of Peterborough ; Major Gen. James Wolfe 

3 Robert, Lord Clive ; Charles, Marquis Comwallis ; Lieut. Gen. Sir 

Ralph Abercromby ; Lieut. Gen. Sir John Moore 

Lives of the British Admirals, with an Introductory View of the 

Naval History of England ; by Robert Southey, and 

continued by Robert Bell, 5 vols. {Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1833—40 
Vol. 1-2 Introductory View 

2 Charles, Lord Howard 

3 George Clifford, Earl of Cumberland ; Sir John Hawkins and Sir 

Francis Drake ; Thomas Cavendish ; Sir Richard Hawkins ; 
Sir Richard Greenville 

4 Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex ; Sir Walter Raleigh 

5 Sir Martin Frobisher; Sir Robert Mansel; Sir William Monson; 

Edwctfd Montagu, Earl of Sandwich 

Lives of the most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of Great 

Britain, 3 vols. (Lardner's Cyclop.) Lond. 1836 — 38 

Vol. 1 St. Columba ; Alfred the Great ; Chaucer ; J. Heywood ; Spenser 

2 William Shakespear ; Ben Jonson ; Philip Massinger ; — including 

Notices of the Minor Dramatists of their times 

3 James Shirley ; William Davenant ; Thomas Otway ; Nath. Lee ; 

Mrs. Aphara Behn ; Thomas Shadwell ; William Wycherly ; 

John Vanbrugh ; William Congreve ; George Farquhar ; CoUey 

Gibber; Mrs. Centlivre; Arthur Murphy; Rich. Cumberland; 

Mrs. Cowley 

Lives of the most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of Great 

Britain ; — British Poets, by R. Bell, 2 vols. (Lardner's 

Cyclop.) Lond. 1839 

Vol. I Drajrton; Cowley; Waller; Milton; Butler 

2 Dryden; Two Centuries of Minor Poets, 1527—1729; Prior; 
Pope; Young; Akcnside 

Lives of the most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of 

France, 2 vols. (Lardners Cyclop.) Lond. 1838 

Vol. 1 Montaigne ; Rabelus ; Comeille ; Rochefoucauld ; Moliere ; La 

Fontaine ; Pascal ; Mad. de S^vign6 ; Boileau ; Racine ; 

F^n^lon 

2 Voltaire ; Rousseau ; Condorcct ; Mirabeau ; Mad. Roland ; Mad. 

De Sta^l 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 447 

Lives of the most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of Italy, 
Spain, and Portugal, 3 vols. {Lardners Cyclop.) 

Lond. 1835—37 

Vol. 1 Dante ; Petrarch ; Boccaccio ; Lorenzo de' Medici, &c. ; Bojardo ; 
Bemi ; Ariosto ; Machiavelli 

2 Galileo ; Guicciardini ; Vittoria Colonna ; Guarini ; Tasso ; Chia- 

brera ; Tassoni ; Marini ; Filicaja ; Metastasio ; Goldoni ; Alfi- 
eri ; Monti ; Ugo Foscolo 

3 Boscan ; Garcilaso de la Vega ; Mendoza ; Luis de Leon ; Herrera ; 

Ercilla ; Cervantes ; Lope de Vega ; Vicente Espinel and 
Esteban de Villegas ; Gongora ; Quevedo ; Calderon ; Camoens 

Lives of Eminent British Lawyers; by H. Roscoe, {Lardner's 
Cyclop.) Lond. 1830 

Sir Edward Coke ; John Selden ; Sir M. Hale ; Lord Guildford ; Lord 
Jefferies; Lord Somers; Lord Mansfield; Sir J. E. Wilmot; Sir 
W. Blackstone ; Lord Ashburton ; Lord Thurlow ; Sir W. Jones ; 
Lord Erskine ; Sir S. Romilly 

Lives of the most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and 
Architects; by Allan Cunningham, 6 vols. (Family Lib,) 

Lond. 1829—33 
Vol. 1 Wm. Hogarth; Richard Wilson; Sir Joshua Reynolds; Thomas 
Gainsborough 

2 Benjamin West ; James Barry ; Wm. Blake ; John Opie ; George 

Morland; Edward Bird; Henry Fuseli 

3 G. Gibbons; C. G. Cibber; Louis Francis Roubiliac; Joseph 

Wilton ; Thomas Banks ; Joseph NoUekens ; John Bacon ; 
Anne Damer; John Flaxman 

4 William of Wykeham ; Inigo Jones ; Sir Christopher Wren ; Sir 

John Vanbrugh ; Jas. Gibbs ; Wm. Kent ; Earl of Burlington ; 
Sir William Chambers 

5 Geo. Jamesone ; Allan Ramsay ; Geo. Romney ; Alex. Runciman ; 

J. S. Copley ; J. H. Mortimer ; Sir Henry Raebum ; John 
Hoppner; William Owen; G. H. Harlow; R. P. Bonington 

6 Richard Cosway ; David Allan ; James Northcote ; Sir G. H. 

Beaumont; Sir Thomas Lawrence; John Jackson; Henry 
Liverseege ; James Burnet 

Lives of British Physicians, {Family Lib.) Lond. 1830 

Linacre ; Caius ; Harvey ; Browne ; Sydenham ; Radcliffe ; Mead ; 
Huxham ; Pringle ; Fothergill ; Heberden ; CuUen ; Hunter ; 
Warren; Baillie; Jenner; Parry; Gooch 

Lives of Scottish Worthies; by Pat. Fraser Tytler, 3 vols. 
{Family Lib.) Lond. 1831—33 

Vol. 1 Alex, the Third ; Michael Scott ; Sir W. Wallace ; Robfert Bruce 



448 HISTORY. 

Lives of Scottish Worthies : continued 

Vol. 2 Robert Bruce {continued. ) John Barbour ; Andrew Wynton ; John 
de Fordun ; James the First 
3 James I {continued. ) Robert Henryson ; William Dunbar ; Gavin 
Douglas ; Sir David Lindsay 

Lives of the English Poets; by Samuel Johnson, LL.D. 

Works, vols. 9 — 11 
Vol. 9 Cowley ; Denham ; Milton ; Butler ; Rochester ; Roscommon ; 
Otway ; Waller ; Pomfret ; Dorset ; Stepney ; J. Philips ; 
Walsh ; Dryden 

10 Smith ; Duke ; King ; Sprat ; Halifax ; Pamell ; Garth ; Rowe ; 

Addison; Hughes; Sheffield, Duke of Buckinghamshire ; Prior; 
Congreve ; Blackmore ; Fenton ; Gay ; Granville ; Yalden ; 
Tickell ; Hammond ; Somervile ; Savage 

1 1 Swift ; Broome ; Pope ; Pitt ; Thomson ; Watts ; A. Philips ; 

West; Collins; Dyer; Shenstone; Young; Mallet; Akenside; 
Gray; Lyttelton 
Lives of the Poets, by S. Johnson, LL.D. ; inquiry into some 
passages in ; by R. Potter, Lond. 1783 

Donat. Pam. 4to. vol. 1 
Lives of Eminent Missionaries; by John Came, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1832—35 
Lives of Eminent Persons ; by S. Johnson, LL.D. Works, vol. 12 

Father Paul Sarpi ; Boerhaave ; Blake ; Sir Francis Drake ; Barretier ; 
Morin ; Burman ; Sydenham ; Cheynel ; Cave ; King of Prussia ; 
Browne; Aschara 

Lives of Eminent Persons, (Lib. Use. Know.) Lond. 1833 

Galileo ; Kepler ; Newton ; Mahomet ; Wolsey ; Sir E. Coke ; Lord 

Somers ; Caxton ; Blake ; Adam Smith ; Niebuhr ; Sir C. Wren ; 

Michael Angelo 

Lives of the Players; by John Gait, 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

Vol. 1 Charles Hart ; Thomas Betterton ; Edw. Kynaston ; Jos. Haynes ; 
Robert Wilks ; Nell Gwinn ; Wm. Mountfort ; Sam. Sandford ; 
Mrs. Elizabeth Barry; Mrs. Anne Oldfield; Robert Savage; 
Susanna Centlivre ; CoUey Cibber ; Thomas Dogget ; Barton 
Booth ; George Farquhar ; James Quin ; Lacy Ryan ; Mrs. 
Woffihgton ; Thomas Weston ; David Garrick ; Samuel Foote 
2 Charles Macklin ; John Henderson ; Mrs. Charlotte Charke ; Mrs. 
G. A. Bellamy; Arth. Murphy; Thos. King; Thos. Holcroft; 
George F. Cooke ; Mrs. Baddeley ; Miss Farrcn ; Mrs. Jordan ; 
John P. Kemblc ; John Emery ; Mrs. Siddons 

Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest ; by 
Agnes Strickland, vols. 1—4, small 8vo. Lond. 1841 — 42 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 449 

Lives of the Reformers; by Wm. Gilpin, M.A., 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1809 
Vol. ] John Wicliff ; John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham ; John Huss ; Jerome 
of Prague ; Zisca ; Hugh Latimer 
2 Thomas Cranmer ; Bernard Gilpin 

Lives of John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and Anthony k Wood, 
2 vols. Svo. Oxf. 1772 

Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard 
Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sand- 
erson; by Izaak Walton, 2 vols. 12mo Oxf. 1805 
Locke John, Life of; with extracts from his Correspondence, 
Journals, &c., by Lord King, 4to. Lond. 1829 

Life of Works, vol. 1 

Familiar Letters between Him and several of his 

Friends Locke's Works, vol. 3 

Lodge Edm., Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain ; 

with Biographical and Historical Memoirs, 12 vols. imp. 

Svo. Lond. 1823 

Lorenzo de' Medici, Life of; by William Roscoe, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1800 

Illustrations, Historical and Critical, of the Life of; 

by William Roscoe, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

LovAT Lord, Memoirs of the Life of Donat. Pam. 84 

LovAT Matthew, Narrative of the Crucifixion of; by Csesar 

Ruggieri Pamphleteer, vol. 3 

Love-Letters of King Henry VIII to Anna Boleyn 

Pamphleteer, vols. 21, 22 

LuciAN, Life of; by John Dryden Dry den's Works, vol. 18 

Luther Martin, Autobiography of; translated by John Parker 

Lawson, M.A., 12mo. Edinb. 1836 

M'All Rev. Robert S., (LL.D.) Sketch of the Life and Cha- 

• racterof; by the Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. 

M' AlVs Discourses, vol. 1 

M'Crie Thomas, (D.D.) Life of; by his Son, the Rev. Thomas 

M'Crie, 8vo. Edinb. 1840 

Machiavelli Nich., Lettere Familiari di Opere, tom. 8 

Maceroni Colonel, Memoirs of the Life and Adventures of, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Mackintosh Sir James, Memoirs of the Life of; Edited by his 

Son, Robert James Mackintosh, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1835 

3 M 



450 HISTORY. 

Malibran Madame, Memoirs of; by the Countess de Merlin, 
and other intimate Friends, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Mansfield Earl of, Sketch of the Professional Character of; 
by Charles Butler Butler's Works, vol. 2 

Marchmont, Selection from the Papers of the Earls of, in the 
possession of the Rt. Hon. Sir Geo. Henry Rose ; Illustra- 
tive of Events from 1685—1750, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831 

Marlborough Sarah Duchess of. Private Correspondence of; 

Illustrative of the Court and Times of Queen Anne, 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Martyrs (The) of Science; or the Lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe, 
and Kepler; by Sir David Brewster, 12mo. Lond. 1841 

Marvel And., (The Celebrated Patriot,) Life of; with Extracts 
from his Works, by John Dove, 12mo. Lond. 1832 

Mathews Charles, Memoirs of; by Mrs. Mathews, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1838—39 

Meadows John, (Clk., A.M.) The Suffolk Bartholomeans ; a 
Memoir of the Ministerial and Domestic History of; by 
the late Edgar Taylor, F.S.A., one of his Descendants, 
with a prefatory notice by his Sister, 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Melville Andrew, Life of; by Thomas M'Crie, D.D., 2 vols. 
8vo. Edinb. 1819 

Melvill p., (Lieut. Gov. of Pendennis Castle,) Memoirs and 
Letters of, 12mo. Lond. 1815 

Memoirs of Celebrated Female Sovereigns; by Mrs. Jameson, 
2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1831 

Memoirs of a Sergeant, late in the 43rd Light Infantry Regi- 
ment, previously to and during the Peninsular War, 
18 mo. Lond. 1835 

Memoirs of a Young Greek Lady; or Madame Pauline Adelaide 
Alexandre Panam, versus His Most Serene Highness the 
Prince of Saxe-Cobourg, 12mo. Lond. 1823 

Memoirs of Eminent English Statesmen; being a complete 
Biographical Sketch of all the Public Characters of the 
present age, 12mo. Lond. n. d. 

Merian Maria Sibilla, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Entomol. vol. 4 

Metastasio Pietro, Lettere di Opere, torn. 17 — 19 

Middleton Thomas Fanshaw, (D.D. Bishop of Calcutta,) Life 
of; by the Rev. Charles Webb Le Bas, M.A., 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1831 



BIOGRAPHY, ILETTERS, ETC. 451 

Milne Rev. William, (D.D., Missionary to China,) Life and 
Opinions of; Illustrated by Biographical Annals of Asiatic 
Missions from Primitive to Protestant Times ; by Robert 
Philip, small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Miller General, Memoirs of, in the Service of the Republic of 
Peru; by John Miller, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1828 

Milton John, Life of Prose Works, vol. 1 

Life of; by Rev. H. J. Todd Poetical Works, vol. ] 

Miltoni Epistolse Familiares Prose Works, vol. 3 

Remarks on the Character and Writings of; by 

W. E. Channing, Boston printed, Lond. reprinted, 1828 

Pamphlets, 5 
another copy Pamphleteer, vol. 29 



MiRABEAu, Memoirs of; Biographical, Literary, and Political; 
by Himself, his Father, his Uncle, and his adopted Child, 
4 tols. 8vo. Lo7id. 1835—36 

Recollections of; and of the two first Legislative 

Assemblies of France ; by Etienne Dumont, 8vo. 

Lond. 1832 

MoLiERE Jean Baptiste, Vie de CEuvres, torn. 7 

Montagu Lady Mary Wortley, Letters and Works of; Edited 
by Lord WharnclifFe, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Montesquieu C. de Secondat, Lettres Familiares 

CEuvres, tom. 7 

Montrose, Life and Times of; Illustrated from original MSS., 
Family Papers, &c., by Mark Napier, Esq., Advocate, 
small 8vo. Edinb. 1840 

Moore Lieut. Gen. Sir John, Life of; by James Carrick Moore, 
2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1834 

Morata Olympia, Times, Life, and Writings of; arranged from 
contemporary and other authorities, by the Author of 
"Selwin," 12mo. Lond. 1834 

More Mrs. Hannah, Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence 
of; by William Roberts, 4 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1834 

More Sir Thomas, Memoirs ; to which is added his History of 
Utopia, translated into English, by F. Warner, LL.D., 
Svo. Lond. 1758 

Memoirs ; with a new translation of his Utopia, his 

History of Richard III, and his Latin Poems; by Arthur 
Cayley, Esq., 2 vols. 4to. Lond. ISOS 



452 HISTORY. 

More Sir Thomas, Memoir of; with Extracts from his Works 
and Letters, 18mo. Lond. 1834 

MoaiiRi Louis, Le Grand Dictionnaire Historique, ou le Melange 
curieux de I'Histoire Sacree et Profane, 10 torn, foho 

Paris, 1752 

Morris Gouverneur, Life of; with Selections from his Corre- 
spondence and Miscellaneous Papers, by Jared Sparks, 
3 vols. Bvo. Boston, 1832 

Morrison Robert, (D.D.) Memoirs of the Life and Labours of; 
compiled by his Widow, with critical notices of his Chinese 
Works, by Samuel Kidd, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Mortimer Edmund, Life of; by Frank Sayers, M.D. 

Sayers' Works, vol. 2 

Mozart, Life of See Haydn 

MuNRO Maj. Gen. Sir Thos., Life of; with extracts from his 
Correspondence and Private Papers ; by the Rev. G. R. 
Gleig, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

MuRAT Joachim, Histoire des Six derniers Mois de la Vie de, 
par L. Gallois, 12mo. Paris, 1821 

Murray Lindley, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of; in a 
series of Letters written by himself, with a continuation 
by Elizabeth Frank, 8vo. York, 1826 

Neale Rev. Cornelius, Memoir of; to which are added his 
Remains, being Sermons, Allegories, &c., Edited by the 
Rev. William Jowett, M.A., small 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Necker M., Memoires sur la Vie Privee de, par Mad. de Stael, 
Svo. Paris, 1818 

Caractere de, par Mad. de Stael (Euvres, tom. 17 

Neff Fehx, Pastor of the High Alps, Memoirs of him, and his 
Labours among the French Protestants of Dauphine ; by 
William Stephen Gilly, M.A., 8vo. Lond. 1832 

The Alpine Pastor, Memorials of; by T. S. Ellerby, 

18mo. Lond. 1833 

Nelsok, Life of; by Robert Southey, 2 vols. l2mo. Lond. 1814 

Newton Rev. John, Memoirs of; by the Rev. R. Cecil 

Cecil's Works, vol. 1 

Newton Sir Isaac, Life of; by D. Brewster, (Family Lib.) 

Lond. 1831 

Ney Marshal, Memoirs of; published by his Family, 2 vols. 
Svo. Lond. 1833 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 453 

Nichols John, Literary Anecdotes of the eighteenth Century; 
comprising Biographical Memoirs of William Bowyer, 
Printer, F.S.A., and many of his Learned Friends; and 
Biographical Anecdotes of Eminent Writers and Artists, 
9 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1812—16 

Illustrations of the Literary History of the eighteenth 

Century ; intended as a Sequel to the Literary Anecdotes, 
6 vols. Svo. Lond. 1817—31 

NicoL John, (Mariner) Life and Adventures of, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1822 
NiEBUHR George Berthold, Reminiscences of an Intercourse 
with Him, by Francis Leiber, 12mo. Lond. 1835 

NoLLEKENS and his Times ; comprehending a Life of that cele- 
brated Sculptor; and Memoirs of several contemporary 
Artists, by J. T. Smith, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1828 

North Hon. Roger, Lives of Lord Guildford ; Sir Dudley 
North ; and Dr. John North, 4to. Lond. 1742 — 44 

NoRTHCOTE James, Conversations of; by William Hazlitt, 
12mo. Zone?. 1830 

Oberlin John Frederick, Memoirs of, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

O'Brien Capt. D. H., My Adventures during the late War; 
comprising a Narrative of Shipwreck, Captivity, Escapes 
from French Prisons, &c., from 1804 — 27, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1839 

O'Leary Rev. Arthur, Life of; by Rev. Thomas R. England, 

Svo. Lond. 1822 

Paine Thomas, Life of; by William Cobbett Donat. Pam. 151 

Paley Wm.,(D.D.) Life of; by Alex. Chalmers Works, vol. 1 

Memoirs of; by G. W. Meadley, Svo. Edinb. 1810 

Pallas Peter Simon, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 9 

Parker Abp. Matthew, Life and Acts of; by J. Strype, M.A,, 

3 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1821 

Parnell Archd. Thomas, (D.D.) Life of; by Oliver Goldsmith 

Goldsmith' s Misc. Works, vol. 4 

Parr Rev. Samuel, Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Opinions 

of; by the Rev. William Field, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Memoirs and Correspondence of; by John Johnstone, 

M.D. Parr's Works, vols. 1, 7, 8 

Penn William, Memoirs of the private and public Life of; by 

Thomas Clarkson, M.A., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1813 



454 HISTORY. 

Pennant Thomas, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ornithology, vol. 2 
Pepys Samuel, Memoirs; comprising his Diary, and a selection 

from his Correspondence, deciphered by the Rev. John 

Smith, A.B., Edited by Lord Braybrooke, 2 vols. 4to. 

Lond. 1825 
Life, Journal, and Correspondence of; including his 

Voyage to Tangier, deciphered from the short-hand MSS. 

in the Bodleian Library, by the Rev. John Smith, A.M., 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1841 
Peron Francois, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 8 
Personal Recollections, by Charlotte Elizabeth, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1841 
Pestalozzi, Memoir of; by the Rev. C. Mayo Pamphlets, vol. 2 
Petrarch, Life of; by T. Campbell, Esq., 2 vols. 8vo. iowc?. 1841 
PiCTON Lieut. Gen. Sir Thos,, Memoirs of; including his Corre- 
spondence, by H. B. Robinson, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1835 
PiNKERTON John, Literary Correspondence of; by Dawson 
Turner, Esq. M.A., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Piozziana ; or Recollections of the late Mrs, Piozzi, with 
remarks by a Friend, 12mo. Lond. 1833 

Pitt Rt. Hon. Wm., Memoirs of the Life of; by Bp. Tomline, 

3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821 

Correspondence of, 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838 

Playfair John, Memoir of Works, vol. 1 

Pliny the Elder, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ornithology, yo\. 5 
Plutarch, Life of; by John Dryden Dryden's Works, vol. 17 
Pole Cardinal, Remarks upon Mr. Phillips's Life of; by John 

Jortin, D.D. Jortin's Tracts, vol. 2 

PoLWHELE Rev. R., Traditions and Recollections, Domestic, 

Clerical, and Literary, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Pontis, Memoirs of the Sieur de, trans, by Chas. Cotton, Esq., 

folio Lond. 1694 

Pope Alexander, Life of; by Wm. Roscoe Popes Works, vol. 1 

Correspondence of Works, vols. 8 — 10 

Porteus Bishop, Life of; by Rev. Robert Hodgson, D.D.,8vo. 

Lond. 1821 
Priestley J., Observations on the Emigration oi, Philadelphia, 

1798 Donat. Pam. 90 

Pursuit (The) of Knowledge under Difficulties, 2 vols. 

Lib, Ent, Know. 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 455 

Racine Jean, Vie de (Euvres, torn. 1 

Lettres de (Euvres, torn. 5 

Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, Life of, by R. Duppa ; and the 
Characters of the most celebrated Painters of Italy, by 
Sir Joshua Reynolds, 12mo. Lond. 1816 

Raffles Sir T. S., Memoirs of his Life and Public Services; by 
his Widow, 4to. Lond. 1830 

Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ornithology , vol. 4 

Raleigh Sir Walter, Memoirs of the Life of; with some Ac- 
count of the period in which he lived ; by Mrs. A. T. 
Thomson, 8vo. Lond. 1830 
Life of; by Patrick Eraser Tytler, 12mo. Edinb. 1833 

Ray John, Life and Remains of; by William Derham, D.D., 
8vo. Lond. 1760 

Memoir of Nat. Lib., Entomol. vol. 2 

Return (The) to Faith ; exemplified in the Life of William 
Koellner, a German Protestant Divine; translated from 
the German, by Samuel Jackson, l2mo. Lond. 1836 

Reynolds F,, The Life and Times of, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1826 

Reynolds Sir Joshua, Life of; by James Northcote, Esq. R.A., 
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1818 

Some Account of; by E. Malone 

Reynolds' Works, vol. 1 

Memoirs of the Life of; by Joseph Farington, R.A. 

Reynolds^ Works, vol. 1 

Ricci Scipion de, (fev^que de Pistoie et Prato) Vie de, par M. 
de Potter, 3 tom. 18mo. Bruxelles, 1826 

Richmond Rev. Legh, Memoir of; by the Rev. T. S. Grim- 
shawe, 8vo. Lond. 1828 

Robinson John, (LL.D.) Biographical Account of; by John 
Playfair Play/air's Works, vol. 4 

Rochester John Earl of, Life of; by Bishop Burnet, 12mo. 

Lond. 1820 

Rodney Admiral Lord, Life and Correspondence of; by Major 
General Mundy, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

RoMiLLY Sir Samuel, Memoirs of the Life of; written by Him- 
self, with a Selection from his Correspondence; edited 
by his Sons, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Rosa Salvator, Life and Times of; by Lady Morgan, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1824 



456 HISTORY. 

Rousseau J. J., Les Confessions de (Euvres, torn. 1 — 3 

Les Reveries du Promeneur Solitaire CEuvres, torn. 3 

Dialogues de (Euvres, torn. 16 

Correspondance de CEuvres, torn. 17 — 20 

Russell William Lord, Life of; with some account of the Times 

in which he lived ; by Lord John Russell, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1820 
Saint Alban's Harriot Duchess of, Memoirs of; by Mrs. Corn- 
wall Baron- Wilson, 2 vols, small Svo. Lond. 1840 
Saint Cyprian, Life and Times of; by George AylifFe Poole, 
M.A., 8vo. ' Oxf. 1840 
Salt Henry, Esq., (His Britannic Majesty's late Consul General 

in Egypt) Life and Correspondence of; by J. J. Halls, 

Esq., 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1834 

Salviani Hippolito, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ichthy. vol. 2 

Savage Richard, Life of; by Dr. Johnson Poetical Works 

Sayers Frank, (M.D.) Biographical Particulars of; by William 

Taylor Sayers^ Works, vol. 1 

ScHOMBURGK Robert H., Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ichthy. vol. 3 
Scott Capt. James, Recollections of a Naval Life, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1834 
Scott Rev. T., Life of; by John Scott, A.M., 8vo. Lond. 1823 
Letters and Papers of; with Occasional Observations; 

by John Scott, A.M., Svo. Lond. 1824 

Scott Sir Walter, Memoirs of the Life of, [by. J. G. Lockhart] 

7 vols, small Svo. Edinb. 1837—38 

Recollections of, 12mo. Lond. 1837 

Secker Thomas, (D.D., late Abp. of Canterbury) Review of the 

Life and Character of; by Bp. Porteus Porteus' Tracts 
SiouR M. le Comte de, Memoires, ou Souvenirs et Anecdotes, 

3 tom. Svo. Paris, 1825—26 

Seldeni Joannis, Vita Opera, tom. 1 

Servetus Michael, Life of; by Jacques George de ChaufFpi6 ; 

translated by James Yair, Svo. Lond. 1771 

SeviGNi Madame de, and her Contemporaries, 2 vols, small Svo. 

Lond. 1841 
Shaftesbur^ Anthony first Earl of. Memoirs relating to his 

Life ; by John Locke Locke's Works, vol. 3 

Shakspeare, New Facts regarding the Life of; by J. Payne 

Collier, 12mo. Lond. 1835 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 457 

Sharp John, (D.D., Archbishop of York) Life of; by Thomas 

Sharp, D.D. ; edited by Thomas Newcome, M.A., 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1825 

Sheuidan Right Hon. Richard B., Memoirs of the Life of; by 

Thomas Moore, 2 vols. 8vo. (2 copies) Lond. 1825 

Sfiipp John, Memoirs of his Extraordinary Military Career; 

written by Himself, 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1829 

SiBBALD Sir Robert, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ornithol. vol. 9 

SiDDONS Mrs., Life of; by Thomas Campbell, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Sidney Sir Philip, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of; by 

Thomas Zouch, D.D., 4to. York, 1809 

Silvio Pellico da Saluzzo, Memoirs of the Imprisonments of; 

translated from the Italian by Thomas Roscoe, 18 mo. 

Lond. 1833 

Singula uiTES Anglaises, Ecossaises, et Irlandaises, 2 tom. 

12mo. Paris, 1814 

Sloane Sir Hans, Memoirs of Nat. Lib., Mammalia, vol. 5 

Smellie William, Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ornithol. vol. 11 

Smith Adam, (LL.D.) Life of; by Dugald Stewart Works, vol. 5 

Smith Jas., (one of the Authors of "The Rejected Addresses") 

Memoirs, Letters, and Comic Miscellanies, in Prose and 

Verse; edited by his brother Horace Smith, Esq., 2 vols. 

12mo. Lond. 1840 

Smith Sir James Edward, Memoirs and Correspondence of; 

edited by Lady Smith, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1832 

Smith Sir T., Life of; by John Strype, M.A., 8vo. Oxf. 1820 

Souvenirs d'un jeune Prisonnier, Hambourg, 1795 

Donat. Pam. 156 
Spelman Sir Henry, Life of; by Bp. Gibson Spelman's Works 
Spenser Edmund, Life of; by Rev. Henry John Todd 

Spenser's Works, vol. 1 

St ACL Madame de, Dix Anne^s d'Exil (Euvres, tom. 15 

Statement of Facts, which occurred in the late Affair between 

Mr. Bulkeley, of the 40th Regiment, and Mr. William 

Simpson, Norwich, 1826 Donat. Pam. 96 

Steele Sir Richard, Epistolary Correspondence ; including his 

familiar Letters to his Wife and Daughter ; to which are 

prefixed Fragments of Three Plays, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1809 
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458 HISTORY. 

Sterne Rev. L., Memoir and Letters of Works, vols. 1,9, 10 

Stewart Dugald, Biographical Memoirs of Adam Smith, LL.D., 
of William Robertson, D.D., and of Thomas Reid, D.D,, 
4to. Edinb. 1811 

Stewart Matthew, (D.D.) Biographical Account of; by John 
Playfair Play/air's Works, vol. 4 

Stratford John, Some Account of; by Joseph John Gurney 

Gurney's Mijior Works, vol. 2 

Struensee Count, A Faithful Narrative of his Conversion and 
Death, by D, Munter; to which is added the History of 
Count Enevold de Brandt, from the time of his Imprison- 
ment to his Death, 8vo. Lond. 1774 

Subaltern (The), 12mo. Edinb, 1828 

SuRTEES William, Twenty-five Years in the Rifle Brigade, 12mo. 

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Taylor John, Anglo-Naval and Politico-Theological Lecture, 
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TiiOMASON Rev. T. T., (late Chaplain to the Hon. East India 
Company) Life of; by the Rev. J. Sargent, M.A., 8vo. 

Lond. 1834 

Thoresby Ralph, Diary of, (1677—1724;) by Rev. Joseph 

Hunter, 2 vols. Bvo. Lond. 1830 

TnucYDiDEs, Life and History of; by T. Hobbes Hobbes' Works 

Titian, Life of; with Anecdotes of the Distinguished Persons 

of his time; by Jas. Northcote, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1830 

Notices of the Life and Works of, 8vo. Lond. 1829 

Trimmer Mrs., Account of the Life and Writings of, 8vo. 

Lond. 1825 
TtTRGOT M., Memoires sur la Vie de (Euvres, torn. 1 

TwEDDELL John, Biographical Memoir and Correspondence of 

Remains 
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Globe ; or Memoirs of an Officer who served in the 
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Lond. 1829 

Urquiiart John, Memoirs of; including Letters and Select 

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Vaillant Francis le. Memoir of Nat. Lib. Ornithol. vol. 8 

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themselves; with Notes, &c., by Thomas M'Crie, D.D., 

8vo. Edinb. 1825 

Venn Rev. Henry, The Life and Letters of the late ; edited by 

the Rev. Henry Venn, B.D., 8vo. Lond. 1835 

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Voltaire, Vie de, par Condorcet (Euvres, tom. 1, part 1 

Memoires par lui-meme (Euvres, tom. 1 , part 1 

Correspondance (Euvres, tom 9 — 12 

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Lond. 1804 

Walker Rev. George, Memoir of Essays 

Walker Rev. Samuel, The Life, Ministry, and Selection from 

the Remains of; by the Rev. Edwin Sidney, A.M., 8vo. 

Lond. 1835 

another copy, second edition, enlarged, 8vo. 

Lond. 1838 



460 HISTORY. 

Walker John, (D.D.) Memoir of Nat. Lib., Ornithol. vol. 12 

Walpole Horace, (Earl of Orford,) Letters of, to Sir Horace 

Mann, British Envoy at the Court of Tuscany ; edited 

by Lord Dover, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1833 

Correspondence of, with George Montagu, Esq. and 

others, 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Walton Brian, (D.D. Bp. of Chester,) Memoirs of the Life 
and Writings of; by Rev. Henry John Todd, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1821 

Walton Isaac, Life of; including Notices of his Contempora- 
ries; by Thomas Zouch, D,D., 8vo. Lond. 1825 
Warburton William, (D.D., Bishop of Gloucester,) Life of 

Works, vol. 1 

Letters to one of his Friends, [Bishop Hurd,] 8vo. 

Lond. 1809 

Warton Thomas, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of; by 

R. Mant, M.A. Poetical Works 

Washington George, Life of; to which is added his Diaries 

and Speeches, and various Miscellaneous Papers relating 

to his Habits and Opinions ; by Jared Sparks, 2 vols. 

8vo. Lond. 1839 

Washington, by Mons. Guizot; translated by Henry Reeve, 

Esq., 12rao. Lond. 1840 

Waterland Rev. Daniel, (D.D.) Review of the Life and 

Writings of; by Wm. Van Mildert, D.D., Bp. of LandafF 

Works, vol. 1 
Watson Bp., Anecdotes of his Life; by himself, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1818 

Watt James, Historical Eloge of, by M. Arago ; translated from 

the French, with Notes, &c., by Jas. Patrick Muirhead, 

Esq., M.A., 8vo. Lond. 1839 

Watts Rev. Isaac, (D.D.) Life, Times, and Correspondence of; 

by the Rev. Thomas Milner, M.A., 8vo. Lond. 1834 

Life of; by Rev. G. Burder Watts' Works, vol. 1 

Werner Abrra. Gottlob, Memoir o( Nat. Lib., Entomol. vol. 3 
Wesley John, Life of; by Robert Southey, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Lond. 1820 

Observations on Southey's Life of, by R. Watson 

Lond. 1821 
Life of; by Richard Watson, I2mo. Lond. 1831 



BIOGRAPHY, LETTERS, ETC. 461 

Wharton Earl of, Character of; by Jonathan Swift, D.D. 

Swift's Works, vol. 13 
White lienry Kirk, Remains of; with Life, by Robt. Southey, 

3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1821—22 

Whitefield George, (M.A.) Life and Times of; by Robert 

Philip, Svo. Lond. 1837 

Whitgift Abp. John, Life and Acts of; by John Strype, 

M.A., 3 vols. Svo. Oxf. 1822 

WicLiF, Life of; by Charles Webb le Bas, M.A., 12mo. 

Lond. 1832 
WiLBERFORCE William, The Life of; by his Sons Robert Isaac 

Wilberforce, M.A. and Samuel Wilberforce, M.A., 5 vols. 

small Svo. Lond. 1838 
Strictures on the Life of; by Thos. Clarkson, M.A., 

Svo. Lond. 1838 
Correspondence of; edited by his Sons, the Rev. 



R. L Wilberforce and the Rev. S. Wilberforce, 2 vols. 

small 8vo. Lond. 1840 

Familiar Sketch of the late ; by Joseph John Gurney 

Gurney's Minor Works, vol. 2 
Wilkes John, Life of, in the Manner of Plutarch; by Joseph 

Cradock Cradock's Literary Memoirs, vol. 3 

William of Wykeham, (Bp. of Winchester,) Life of; by Robt. 

Lowth, b.D., 8vo. Oxf. 1777 

Williams Rev. Edward, (D.D.) Memoir of the Life and 

Writings of; by Joseph Gilbert, 8vo. Lond. 1825 

Wilson Thomas, (D.D. Bp. of Sodor and Man,) Life of; by 

Rev. Hugh Stowell, 8vo. Lond. 1822 

Winchcomb John, alias Jack of Newbury, History of 

Donat. Pam. 80 
Windham Rt. Hon. William, Life of; by Thomas Amyot 

Windham's Speeches 
Wolfe Rev. Charles, Life of; by Rev. J. A. Russell 

Wolfe's Remains 
Wood Ant. k, Athense Oxonienses, with additional Lives and 

Notes, by Dr. Bliss, 4 vols. 4to. Lond. 1813—20 

Wycliffe John de, (D.D.) Life and Opinions of; by Robert 

Vaughan, 2 vols. Svo. Lond. 1831 

Xavier St. Francis, Life of, translated from the French of 

Bouhours, by John Dry den Dry den s Works, vol. 16 



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AiNswoRTH William Francis, Travels and Researches in Asia 

Minor, Mesopotamia, Chaldea, and Armenia, 2 vols. 

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Allen Joseph, The Battles of the British Navy; from a.d. 1000 

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Bampton Lectures 

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Barclay Captain, Agricultural Tour in the United States and 

Upper Canada, with Miscellaneous Notices, 12mo. 

Edinb. 1842 
Bathurst Archdn., An Easter Offering for the Whigs; being 

a Supplement to the Memoirs of the late Bishop of 

Norwich, 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Beattie William, (M.D.) The Castles and Abbeys of England, 

royal 8vo. Lond. 1842 

BicKERSTETii Rev. E., The Restoration of the Jews to their 

Own Land, in connection with their future Conversion 

and the final Blessedness of our Earth, 12mo. Lond. 1841 
Blunt Rev. Henry, A Family Exposition of the Pentateuch, 

2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1841—42 

Bociiarti Samuelis, Hierozoici, sive Bipartitum Opus de Ani- 

malibus S. Scriptures, folio. Lug. Bat. 1712 

Opera, tom. 2, 3 
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Advancement of Wit and Learning, Zone?. 1712 

Donat. Pam. 69 
Bulwer Sir E. L., Eva, a True Story of Light and Darkness; 

The Ill-Omcncd Marriage ; and other Talcs and Poems, 

12mo. Lond. 1842 

Cakes and Ale; by Douglas Jcrrold, 2 vols. 18mo. Lond 1842 



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Campbell John, (D.D.) The Martyr of Erromanga ; or the 
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Claridge R. T., Hydropathy; or the Cold- Water Cure, as 
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Denny Henry, Monographia Anoplurorum Britannige ; or an 
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities; edited by Wm. 
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DujAUDiN Felix, Histoire Naturelle des Zoophytes ; Infusoires, 
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Animaux, et la Mani^re de les Etudier a I'aide du 
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Fatiieu Connell; by the O'Hara Family, 3 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1842 

Forest Life; by the Author of "A New Home," 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1S42 

Gilly W. S., (D.D.) The Peasantry of the Border, an Appeal 
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Gurney Joseph John, Letter to a Friend on the Authority, 
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the Doctrine of Redemption Minor Works, vol. 1 

Essay on the Discipline of the Primitive Christians, 

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Harris Rev. John, (D.D.) The Great Commission; or the 
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Hawkins Edw., (D.D.) An Inquiry into the Connected Uses of 
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Hinds Rev. Samuel, (M.A.) History of the Rise and early Pro- 
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The Catechist's Manual and Family Lecturer; being 

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Svo. Oxf. 1829 



464 ADDENDA. 

Homer, The Iliad and Odyssey of; translated by Alex. Pope, 
with Illustrative Notes, selected from the edition published 
by Gilbert Wakefield, B."A., 5 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1817 
Howard L., A Cycle of Eighteen Years in the Seasons of Bri- 
tain; deduced from Meteorological Observations made at 
Ackworth, in Yorkshire, from 1824 — 41, 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Jewish Intelligence, and Monthly Account of the Proceedings 
of the London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst 
the Jews, from April, 1842 
Knowles J. S., The Rose of Arragon, a Play, 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Krasinski Count Valerian, Historical Sketch of the Rise, Pro- 
gress, and Decline of the Reformation in Poland, 2 vols. 
8vo. Lond. 1838 

Lamb Rev. J., and Henslow Rev. J. S., Remarks upon the Pay- 
ment of the Expenses of Out- Voters at an University 
Election, Camb. 1826 Donat. Pam. 83 

Letters from Hofwyl ; by a Parent, on the Educational Insti- 
tutions of De Fellenberg, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Liebig Justus, (M.D.) Animal Chemistry ; or Organic Chemistry 
in its applications to Physiology and Pathology ; edited 
by William Gregory, M.D., 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Londonderry Marquess of, A Steam Voyage to Constanti- 
nople, by the Rhine and the Danube, in 1840 — 41, and 
to Portugal, Spain, &c., in 1839,2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Lowne B. T., Lectures on Animal Physiology; or the Physical 
Condition of Man, as regards Life, Health, and Disease, 
12mo. Lond. 1842 
Madden R. R., (M.D.) The United Irishmen, their Lives and 
Times, 2 vols, small 8vo. Lond. 1842 
Microscopic Journal, and Structural Record ; edited by Daniel 

Cooper, from the commencement in March, 1841, 8vo. 
MiLFORD John, Norway and her Laplanders, in 1841, 8vo. 

Lond. 1842 

Moffat Robert, Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern 

Africa, 8vo. Lond. 1842 

MoRLEY Ernstein, or the Tenants of the Heart ; by G. P. R. 

James, Esq., 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1842 

MouRAViEFF A. N., History of the Church of Russia ; translated 

by the Rev. R. W. Blackmore, 8vo. Oxf. 1842 

NicoLL Robert, Poems, 12mo. Edinb. 1842 



ADDENDA. 465 

Peregrine Bunce, or Settled at Last ; by Theodore E. Hook, 
3 vols. 12mo. Lond, 1842 

Property Tax Act, (5 and 6 Vict. cap. 35) with a full Analy- 
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Tidd Pratt, 12mo. Lond. 1842 

QuARLES Rev. Thomas, History and Antiquities of Foulsham, 
in Norfolk, 12mo. Lond. 1842 

Richelieu, a Tale of France ; by G. P. R. James, 12mo. 

Lond. 1842 

RoBBERDS J. G., On Christian Conversion : a Sermon delivered 
at the Annual Meeting of Subscribers to the Unitarian 
Fund, June 9, 1824, Lond. 1824 Bonat. Pam. 166 

Romantic Biography of the Age of Elizabeth ; or Sketches of 
Life from the Bye- Ways of History ; by the Benedictine 
Brethren of Glendalough; edited by William Cooke 
Taylor, LL.D., 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1842 

Rome, History of; Division H, (b. c, 390 — a.d. 31) 

Lib. Useful Know. 

Scott Rev. A. J., (D.D., Lord Nelson's Chaplain) Recollections 
of the Life of, l2mo. Lond. 1842 

SiSMONDi J. C. L. Simonde de, Histoire des Franqais, tom. 28, 
8vo. Paris, 1842 

Some Rev. David, The Case of receiving the Small Pox by 
Inoculation, impartially considered, and especially in a 
Religious View, Lond. 1750 Donat. Pam. 97 

Spencer George Trevor, (D.D., Bishop of Madras) Journal 
of a Visitation to the Provinces of Travancore and Tin- 
nevelly, in the Diocese of Madras, 1840 — 41, 12mo. 

Lond. 1842 

Stanley Edward, (D.D., Bp. of Norwich) A Familiar History 
of Birds, 2 vols. 18mo. Lond. 1840 

Strong Frederick, Greece as a Kingdom ; or a Statistical 
Description of that Country, from the Arrival of King 
Otho, in 1833, down to the present time, small 8vo. 

Lond. 1842 

Sturge Joseph, A Visit to the United States, in 1841, 8vo. 

Lond. 1842 

Tracts for the Times, Index to the; with a Dissertation by 
Rev. David Croly, 8vo. Oxf. 1842 

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466 ADDENDA. 

Whately Richard, (D.D.) Essays (second series) on some of 
the Difficulties in the Writings of the Apostle Paul, and 
in other parts of the New Testament, 8vo. Lond. 1837 

Wordsworth William, Yarrow Revisited, and other Poems, 
12mo. Lond. 1835 



INDEX. 



Abactjett Dr. T., On the Bible Society, 85 
Abbot B., Cottage and Garden, 231 
Abbot Rt. Hon. C, Letter to, 107 
Abbott J., Young Christian, 55 
Abd AUatif's Egypt, 372 
Abel Dr. C, Journey in China, 342 
Abela Gio.-Fr., Malta illustrata, 424 
Abercrombie J., Inquiries concerning the 
Intellectual Powers, 181 

Philosophy of the Moral Feelings, 172 

Abercromby Lieut. Gen. Sir R. , Life of, 446 
Aberdeen Earl of, On Grecian Architecture, 

227 
Abernethy J., The Hunterian Oration, for 

1819, 218 
Aboriginal Tribes, Report on, 155 
Abraham's Answers to the Letters of Peter 

Plymley, 124 
Abrantes Duchess d'. Memoirs of, 428 

Memoires sur la Restauration, 393 

Academie Royale des Inscriptions, 238 
Academic Royale des Sciences, 237 
Acaster Rev. J., Church in Danger from 

Herself, 55 
Accounts, Report of the Commissioners for 

Examining the PubUc, 147 
Acropolitee Georgii Hist., 390 
Action in the Mediterranean, 1744, 393 
Adair Mr., Letters to the Bp. of Winch., 99 
Adams W., On Hume's Essay on Miracles, 49 
Adanson's Voyage to Senegal, &c., 372 
Addington Administration, On the State of 

Parties during the, 112 
Addison C. G., Hist, of the Knights Temp- 
lars, 423 
Addison Rt. Hon. Jos., Works, 320 
Evidences of the Christian Religion, 49 

Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Addison L., Account of West Barbary, 372 
Address of the Lords to Her Majesty, 1704, 

417 
Address to the Christian Proprietors and 

Freeholders of Britain, 99 
Address to the Inhabitants of the Eastern 

Counties of England, 257 
Adolphus J., Hist, of France, 393 
Adouin M. et Edwards M., Hist. Nat du 

Littoral de la France, 196 
Adventure and Beagle, Voyages of H. M. S. 

the, 366 
Adventurer, 309 
Adventures of a Soldier, 428 



Adventures of a Young Rifleman, 428 
Adventures of an Irish Gentleman, 274 
Advice to a Country Neighbour, 56 
.Sliani Claudii, Opera Omnia, 299 
De Natura Animalium, 299 

Varia Historia, 299 

iEschines, 304 

jEschyli TragosdiiB, a Schiitz, 299 

Persae, Agamemnon, Choephoroe, Sep- 

tem Contra Thebas, Prometheus Vinctus, 
a Blomfield, 299 

iEschylus, Tragedies, trans, by Potter, 299 
African Institution, Reports of the, 155 
Agathias de Imper. Justinian i, 388 
Agricultural Petition, Refutation of the Argu- 
ments on the, 140 
Agricultural Reports, 229 
Agriculture, Report on the Distressed State 

of, 147 
Agrippina, Memoirs of, by E. Hamilton, 428 
Aignan M., L'Etat des Protestans en France, 

16 
Aikin Dr. J., Essays on Song- Writing, 257 

Annals of George III, 393 

Memoir of, 428 

Aikin Lucy, Court of Elizabeth, 393 

Court of James I, 393 

Court of Charles I, 393 

Ailredus, Abbas Rievallensis, 401 
Ainsworth R., Latin Dictionary, 255 
Ainsworth W. F., Travels in Asia Minor, 

&c., 462 
Ainsworth W. H., Crichton, 278 
Old Saint Paul's, 289 

Rookwood, 292 

The Tower of London, 296 

Ainsworth's Magazine, 247 
Akenside Dr. M., Poems, 262 

Life of, 446, 448 

Akerman J. Y., Numismatic Manual, 424 . 
Alarm ( An) to the Reformed Church, 24 
Alberoni Cardinal, Life of, 445 
Alberti F. de Villeneuve, Dictionnaire Fran* 

9ais-Italien, 255 
Albinia, Representation of the Loyal Subjects 

of, 112 
Alciatus de Magistratibus, 307 
Alcidamas, 304 
Alcwinus Flaccus, 401 
Alderson Dr. J., Essay on Apparitions, 181 
Aldrovandi Ulysses, Memoir of, 428 
Alexander J., The Preacher from the Press, 36 
Funeral Sermon, for J, Kinghom, 36 



468 



INDEX. 



Alexander Capt. J. E., Travels in the East, 
343 

■ Transatlantic Sketches, 343 
— — Expedition into Africa, 343 
Alexander W. L., Connection of the Old and 

New Testaments, 4 
Alexander the Great, Life of, 382 
Alexander the Third, Life of, 447 
Alexandrian School, 16 
Alfieri Vittorio, Tragedie e Poesie Varie, 257 

Prose Oriarinali di, 309 

Vita di, 428 

Life of, 447 

Alfred the Great, Life of, 446 

Alfred (The) Subscription, Laws, &c., of, 309 

Ali Mrs. M. H., Obs. on the Mussulmauns of 

India, 343 
Alison Arch., Essay on Taste, 181 
— — History of Europe, 393 
— — Principles of Population, 157 
Allan David, Life of, 447 
Allan T., Mineralogical Nomenclature, 199 
Allatii Leonis, Opuscula, 389 
All at Stake, Hannover or Perkin, 99 
Allegiance, Letter concerning, 107 
Allen John, On the Royal Prerogative in 

England, 99 

Reply to Lingard's Vindication, 404 

Allen Jos., Battles of the British Navy, 462 
Allex Dr. P., On the Truth of the Christian 

Religion, 49 
Allies and the Late Ministry, Conduct of the, 

115 
Allies and the Late Ministry, &c., Remarks 

on the Conduct of the, 122 
Allies and the Late Ministry, Defended 

against France, 115 
Allies, Reflections on the Conduct of the, 122 
Allison's Voyage from Archangel, 369 
Almack's, 274 
Amat Don F. T,, Los Santos Evangelios, 

&c.,3 
Amboise Cardinal, Life of, 445 
America, a Summary View of, 343 
America, Causes of the Distractions in. Ex- 
plained, 117 
America, View of the Points to be Discussed 

in Treating with the United States of, 123 
America (North), Occurrences in the Indian 

Countries of, 406 
American Question Considered, 116 
Americans (The) as They Are, 343 
Americans, Notions of the, 367 
Americus Vespucius, Voyages of, 359 
Ames J., Typographical Antiquities, 241 
Ammianus Marcellinus, 307 
Ammiani Marcel., Res Gestae, curl Gronovii, 

299 
Amoretti C, Viaggio da Milano ai ire Laghi, 

349 
Amyot T., Death of Richard II, 893 

■ Reply to Tytler's Remarks on the above, 
393 



Amyot T., Transcript of a Chronicle, 393 
Memorial from George Constantyne to 

Thos. Lord Cromwell, 417 
Instrument of Legitimation granted by 

Mary Q. of Scots to her brother James, 417 
Inventory of Effects formerly belonging 

to Sir J. Fastolfe, 424 

Kirkham Priory and Bolton Castle, 341 

Anacharsis Du Jeune, Voyage en GrSce, 382 

Anacharsis Franfais, 343 

Anacreontis et Sapphonis Carmina, 299 

Anacreontis Carmina Gr., 299 

Anacreon, Odes, trans, by Moore, 299 

Odes, trans, by Girdlestone, 299 

Works, trans, by Fawkes, 299 

Analecta Poetarum Gr. ed. Brunck, 299 

Anastasii Hist. Eccles., 388 

Anderson C, Sketches of the Native Irish, 

176 
Anderson Rev. J. S. M., Memoirs of the 

Chisholm, 434 
Andocides, 304 
Andrews Captain, Journey to Santiago de 

Chili, &c., 343 
Andrews Dr. L., Life of, by Isaacson, 429 
Angelo Michael, Life of, 448 
Angelo and Carli, Voyage to Congo, 372 
AnnjB Comnenae Alexias, 388 
Annales Burtonenses, 401 
Annales de Marganensis, 401 
Annales Waverlienses, 401 
Annual (The) Biography and Orbituary, 429 
Annual Register, 394 
Annual Register, Index to the, 394 
Annuities, Enrolment of the Memorials of 

Grants of, 107 
Anonymus Malmesburiensis, 401 
Anonymus Ramesiensis, 401 
Anonymus Elyensis, 401 
Anquetil M., L' Esprit de la Ligue, 394 

Hist, de France, 394 

Anson Capt. G., Voyage of, 360 

Anson Geo. Lord, Life of, by Barrow, 429 
Anstie J., Observations on the Woollen Manu. 

factory, 220 
Antiphon, 304 
Antiquarian Repertory, 424 
Anti- Slavery Monthly Reporter, 151 
Anti- Slavery (British and Foreign) Reporter, 

151 
Antisthencs, 304 
Anti-Vetoistical Catechism, 26 
Antoinette Marie, M^moires de, par Campan, 

429 

Memoirs of, by Campan, 429 

Antommarchi Dr. F., Last Days of Napoleon, 

432 
Apollonii Rhodii Argonautica Greece; ed. 

Brunck, 299 
Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautics; trans by 

Fawkes, 299 
Appeal of the Episcopal Clergy in Scotland 

to the Lords in Parliament, 24 



INDEX. 



469 



Apprentice Laws, Origin, &c, of, 94, 146 

Apuleii Opera, 300 

Aquhorties, Regulations for the College of, 

180 
Arabian Nights ; revised by Scott, 275 
Arabian Nights; trans, by Lane, 275 
Arabian (New) Nights ; trans, by Lamb, 275 
Arago M., Eloge of James Watt, 460 
Aram Eugene, Life and Trial of, 429 

Trial and Defence of, 429 

ArchiEologia, 424 

Archer Rev. J., Letter to Dr. Milner, 56 

Archilochus, 305 

Argens Marquis d', M^moires du, 429 

Ariosto Lud., Orlando Furioso, 257 

trans, by Hoole, 257 

Life of, 447 

Aristophanis Comcedise; Beckii, &c., 300 
Aristophanes, Comedies; trans, by Mitchell, 

300 

The Birds, trans, by Cary, 300 

Aristotelis Opera, Casauboni, 300 

Opera, k Buhle, 300 

Aristotile, Estratto dell' Arte Poetica d', Me- 

tastasio, 304 
Aristotle, Works ; trans, by Taylor, 300 

Ethics and Politics; trans, by Gillies, 

.300 

Treatise on Poetry ; trans, by Twining, 

300 
• Paraphrase on the Ethics of; trans, by 

Bridgeman, 304 

Memoir of, 429 

Arkwright Sir Rich., Life of, 430 
Arlincourt Vic. d', Le Solitaire, 293 
L'Armee et la Patrie, 235 
Armstrong Dr. J., Poems, 262 

Army, &c.. Report on Debts due to the, 236 

Amald Rich., Commentary upon the Apo- 
cryphal Books, 9 

Amaud H. , Recovery by the Vaudois of their 
Valleys, 16, 394 

Arnold Dr., Hist, of Rome, 382 

Amott Dr. N., Elements of Physics, 188 

On Warming and Ventilating, 220 

Arriani Expeditio Alexandri, 300 

Arrian's Alexander's Expedition ; trans, by 
Rooke, 300 

Arrowsmith A., Atlas, 325 

Art (1') de Verifier les Dates, 382 

Aitemi, (of Mount Ararat) Memoirs of, 429 

Arts, &c.. Premiums for the Encouragement 
of, 221 

Ascham Roger, Life of, 430, 448 

Ashburton Lord, Life of, 447 

Asiatic Journal, 247 

Asiatic Policy of Eng. and Russia, Remarks 
on the, 116 

Asiatick Researches, 238, 382 

Assaults, State of the Law with respect to, 94 

Asser Menevensis, 393 

Asserius, 401 

Assev C, On the Trade to China, 139 



Assize Ball, 258 

Associated Catholic Charities, Annual Re- 
port, 1820, 157 

Astle T., Origin, &c. of Writing and Printing, 
241 

Atcheson N., American Encroachments on 
British Rights, 116 

Atheling Edgar, Life of, by Sayers, 394 

Athenaei Deipnosophistae, 300 

Athenaeum (The), 247 

Athenian Letters, 382 

Atherstone E., Fall of Ninevah, 258 

At Home and Abroad, 275 

Atkins Rev. H., On the Trinity Doctrine 
Bill, 24 

Atlas de Geog. Anc. pour les CEuvres de 
Rollin, 326 

Attorneys, On the Exclusion of, from the 
Inner Temple Hall, 96 

Auber Peter, China, 116 

Audubon J. J., Ornithological Biography, 203 

Aufkliirung u. d. Denunciationsschrift des 
H. Geheimen Raths, GUrtler, zu Bruchsal, 
gegen d. H. Coadjutor, Freiherm v. Wes- 
senberg, 56 

Augustini S., Opera, 14 

Auldjo J., Ascent of Mont Blanc, 343 

Sketches of Vesuvius, 343 

Visit to Constantinople, 343 

Auli Gellii Noctes Atticae, 300 
Aurelius Victor Sextus, 306 
Aurungzebe, 275 

Ausonii D., Opera, 300 
Austin Jane, Emma, 280 

Mansfield Park, 286 

Northanger Abbey, 288 

Persuasion, 289 

Pride and Prejudice, 290 

Sense and Sensibility, 293 

Austin John, Province of Jurisprudence, 91 
Austin Mi"s., On National Education, 176 

Selections from the Old Testament, 3 

Australia, Picture of, 368 

Australia, A Month in the Bush of, 343 

Austria as it is, 343 

Authors and Books, Observations on, 253 

Autumn (An) near the Rhine, 343 

Avis Important sur les nouveaux ecrits des 

Modemes Ultramontains, et des apologistes 

d'une Societe renaissante, 24 
Aylmer Bp., Life of, by Strype, 429 
Ayscough Rev. S. , Index to Gent's. Mag. 248 

Index to Monthly Review, 249 

Azara Don Felix de, Nat. Hist, of Paraguay, 
&c., 203 

Memoir of, 429 

Babbage C, On Assurance of Lives, 166 

On Machinery and Manufactures, 220 

— . — Ninth Bridgewater Treatise, 49 

Baber Zehir-ed-din Muhammed, Memoirs, 

394 
Babylon the Great, 309 



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INDEX. 



Bachelor T., Agriculture of Bedfordshire, 229 
Back Gapt., Narrative of the Arctic Land 

Expedition, 344 
Narrative of an Expedition in H.M. S. 

Terror, 344 
Backstrom's Voyage to Spitzbergen, 369 
Bacon Lord, Works of, 320 

Hist. Henrici Septitni, 394 

Hist, of Henry VII, 394 

Sermones Fideles, 172 

Bacon James, Life of Francis I, 394 
Bacon John, Memoirs of, by Cecil, 429 
Life of, 447 

Bacon R. M., Remarks on the Queen's Case, 

100 
Letter to Lord Stormont and Sir J. 

Scarlett, 100 
Bacon Lieut. T., First Impressions in Hin- 

dostan, 344 
Baddeley Mrs,, Life of, 448 
Badeley Dr. J., Cure pei-formed by Prince 

Hohenlohe, 309 
Badwochenblatt zum Nutzen und Vergnugen 

der Badgaste in der Grossherzoglichen 

Stadt Baden, 344 
Bage R. , Man as he is not, 286 

Memoir of, 431 

Bagot Bp., Caution against the Errors of the 

Anabaptists, 56 
Bailey J., Agriculture of Cumberland, 229 

Agriculture of Durham, 229 

Agriculture of Northumberland, 230 

Bailey- Fahrenkriiger's English and German 

Dictionary, 253 
Baillie Dr., Life of, 447 
Baillie Joanna, Miscellaneous Plays, 238 

Plays on the Passions, 238 

Dramas, 238 

Baillie Marianne, Lisbon in 1821—23, 344 

Baiilot, Sur le Nouveau Concordat, 16 

Baines E., Hist, of the Cotton Manufac.,220 

Baines Rev. P. A., Nature, &c., of the 
Religion of Christ, 56 

Letter to, in reply to one addressed by 

him to the Rev. Dr. Moysey, 69 

Baird Sir D., Life of, 429 

Bait of Europe, 116 

Baker Sir R., Chronicle of England, 394 

Bakewell R., Introduction to Geology, 199 

Travels, 344 

Balance of Power in Europe, Plan for estab- 
lishing a, 121 

Balbi's Voyage to Pegu, 870 

Balzac, Ctuvres diverses, 320 

Bampton Lectures, 36, 462 

Bancroft G., Hist, of the Colonization of the 
United States, 131, 394 

Bandinel J., Account of the Trade in Slaves 
from Africa, 131 

l^nduri Ans., Impcrium Orienfale, 388 

Numismata Imp. Rom., 388, 424 

Bangor's (Bp. of) Preservative, Report on 

the, 33 



Banim John, Boyne Water, 276 
Croppy, 278 

Father Connell, 463 

Ghost Hunter and his Family, 281 

Mayor of Wind-Gap, 287 

Smuggler, 293 

Tales by the O'Hara Family, 296 

Bank Notes, Specie, and Bullion, On the 

State of, 141 
Bank of England, Sketch of the, 139 

Remarks upon the, 147 

Representation agreed upon by the 

Directors of the, 147 

Bank of England Charter, Report on the, 421 
Bank of the United States, Report on the, 

147 
Bankes G. , On the Game Lavrs, 94 
Banking, Plan for a Reformation of Provin- 
cial, 148 
Banks Sir J., On Blight, &c., in Com, 231 
On the Mildew of Wheat, &c., 231 

Memoir of, 429 

Banks Thomas, Life of, 447 
Baour-Lormian M., Contes d'un Philosophe 

Grec, 278 
Barante, De la Litt^rature Fran9aise, 242 
Barbauld Anna L., Works of, 320 

British Novelists, 275 

Barbadoes, Debate on the Demolition of the 

Chapel, &c , in, 422 
Barbaro J., Travels of, 358 
Barbour John, Life of, 448 
Barclay Captain, Agricultural Tour in the 

United States, &c., 462 
Barclay D., Emancipation of the Slaves of 

Unity Valley Pen, 131 
Barclay Dr. J., On Life and Organization, 

214 

Memoir of, 429 

Barclay R., Apology for the Quakers, 36 
Barker E. H., The Claims of Sir P. Francis 
to the Authorship of Junius Disproved, 242 
On the "Address to the People of Eng- 
land, in the Cause of the Greeks," 116 
Barker R., Tales of the Blest, 238 
Barlee Rev. C, Hints to his Parishioners, 56 
Barnard Mrs A., Conversations at the Work 

Table, 312 
Bameveldt, Life of, 443 
Baron's Description of Tonqueen, 370 
Baron Dr. J., Life of Dr. Jenner, 442 
Barretier J. P.. Life of, 448 
Barrett H., On the Poor Laws, 157 
Barrier Treaty, Remarks on the, 9 
Barrington Sir J., Historic Memoirs of Ire- 
land, 394 

Personal Sketches, 429 

Barrington Vise., Theological Works, 36 
Essay on the Teaching and Witness of 

the Holy Spirit, 49 
Barrington Bp. Shute, Memoir of, 429 
Barrow Dr. I., Theological Works, 37 
Barrow J , Travels in Africa, 344 



INDEX. 



471 



Barrow J., Travels in China, 344 

Voyage to Cochin China, 344 

Clironological Hist of Arctic Voyages, 

344 

Visit to Iceland, 344 

Tour in Austrian Lombardy,, 85c, 344 

— — Life of Lord Anson, 429 

Life of Earl Howe, 442 

Barry EUz., Life of, 448 

Barry James, Life of, 447 

Bartlett Thos., Memoirs of Bp. Butler, 433 

Barton B., Napoleon, 258 

Poems, 258 

Poetic Vigils, 258 

Barton J., On the Geography of Plants, 211 
Barwell Mrs., Edward the Crusader's Son, 280 
Barzoni V., Operette di, 394 
Bas C. B. le. Life of Bp. Jewell, 442 

Life of Bp. Middleton, 450 

Life of Wiclif, 461 

Baseley T., Claims of the Catholics constitu- 
tionally considered, 124 
Basnage, Histoire de Juife, 15 
Bassompierre Marshal de, Memoirs of the 

Embassy of, 395 
Bath and West of England Society for the 

Encouragement of Agriculture, Arts, &c., 

Rules, &c., of the, 238 
Bathurst Bishop, Speeches on the Catholic 

Question, 124, 125 
Observations on his Speech relative to 

Bonaparte's Imprisonment, 116 
Bathurst Archdn , Memoirs of Bp. Bathurst, 

430 

Easter Offering for the VMiigs, 462 

Battel Andrew, Strange Adventures of, 372 
Batteley J., Antiq. Rutupinae et S, Edmundi 

Burgi, 340 
Battely J., On the Sabbath, 25 
Batuta Ibn, Travels of, trans, by Dr. Lee, 379 
Baur F. N., On the Conduct of Prince Ho- 

henlohe, 430 
Baverstock J., Oa the State of the Bwwery, 

&c., 220 
Baxter R., Reliquiae Baxterianse, 430 

Life of, 437 

Sermon on the Decease of, 40 

Bayard Chevalier, History of, 430 

Bayle Pierre, Diet. Historique et Critique, 

430 
Beale T., Nat. Hist, of the Sperm Whale, 

203,344 
Beames J., On the Power exercised by the 

C. of Chancery of depriving a Father of 

the Custody of his Children, 94 
Beasley Rev. F., Search of Truth, 182 
Beattie Dr. J., Elements of Moral Science, 

172 

Essay on Truth, 182 

Evidences of the Christian Religion, 40 

Poems, 262 

The Minstrel, &c., 258 

Life and Writings ; by Forbes, 430 



Beattie Dr. W., Castles and Abbeys of 

England, 462 
Beaufoy Col. M., Nautical and Hydraulic 

Experiments, 192 
Beaufoy Mr., Speech on the Conveyance of 

Negroes to the West Indies, 151 
Beaumont J. T. B., On Criminal Jurispru- 
dence, 162 

. On Provident Banks, 166 

On Public- House Licensing, 166 

Beaumont F., Poems, 262 

Beaumont Sir J., Poems, 262 

Beaumont Sir H., Dialogue on Beauty, 31+ 

Beaumont Sir G. H., Life of, 447 

Beaumont and Fletcher, Works of, 258 

BeausQbre M. de. Hist, de Manich^isme, 16 

■ Hist, de la Reformation, 16 

Beausobre and I'Enfant, Introd, to the Scrip- 
tures, 6 
Beauties of England and Wales, 327 
Beaver Capt., Life of, by Capt..- Smyth, 430 
Beccaria, Dei Delitti e delle Pene, 162 
Becket A., Public Prosperity, 166 
Becket J, B., Use of the Hydrostatic Balance, 

192 
Beckford Wm., Biographical Memoirs of 
Extraordinary Painters, 276 

Excursion to the Monasteries, 373 

Italy, 357 

Vadiek, 297 

Beckman J., History of Inventions, 220 

Beda,408 

BedsB Ven., Hist. Ecclesiastica, 16 

Opera, 14 

Bedford T., Exam, of Antinomiajusm, 57 

Bedfordshire, Topography of, 330 

Beechey Capt. F. W. and H. W., Exped. to 

the Northern Coast of Africa, 344 
Voyage to the Pacific, 344 

Beeckman's Voyage to Borneo, 371 

Beethoven, Life of, 430 

Behn Mrs. A., Life of, 446 

Bei Mahomed, History of, 403 

BeitrUge zur Geschichte der Katholischen 
Kirche, 16 

Bell's Travels in Asia, 370 

Bell Sir C, The Hand, 214 

Bell John, Observations on Italy, 344 

Bell J. and C, Anatomy, 214 

Bell Major J.,View of Universal History, 383 

Bell Jas. S., Residence in Circassia, 344 

Bell R., Lives of British Poets, 446 

Bell T., Hist of British Quadrupeds, 203 

Hist, of British Reptiles, 203 

BeUamy Mrs. G. A., Life of, 448 

Bellew R., On Improving the Condition of 
the Irish Peasantry, 157 

Bellingham J., Conversations with, 430 

Belsham T., Sufferings of Unitarians in for- 
mer times, &c., 57 

Letter to the Unitarian Christians in 

S. Wales, 57 

Plea for the Catholic Claims, 125 



472 



INDEX. 



Belsham T., Sermon on the death of the 
Rev. T. Lindsey, 37 

The year of Jubilee considered, 37 

Memoirs of, by J. Williams, 430 

Belzoni G., Discoveries in Egypt, 344, 424 

Atlas of Plates, 344, 424 

Bennett J., On Commutation of Tithe, 166 
Benger Miss, Memoirs of Elizabeth, Q. of 

Bohemia, 395 

Memoirs of Anne Boleyn, 395 

Memoirs of Mary Q. of Scots, 395 

Memoirs of Eliz. Hamilton, 440 

Benjafield J., Statement of Facts, 94 
Benjamin Rabbi, Travels of, 358, 370 
Bennet H. G.,On the Abuses in Newgate, 162 
Bennett A., On the Doctrine of the Trinity, 57 
Bennett G. J., Tour through N. Wales, 345 

Wanderings in Nevir -S. Wales, &c. , 345 

Benson C, On the Evidences of Christianity, 

37 

On Scripture Difficulties, 37 

Benson Dr. G., Essay concerning Inspira- 
tion, 49 

Essay concerning the Unity of Sense, 57 

Essay on the Man of Sin, 57 

Benson R., Sketches of Corsica, 345 
Bent's Monthly Literary Advertiser, 242 
Bentham James, Hist, of Ely Cathedral, and 

Supplement by Stevenson, 331 
Bentham Jeremy, Chrestomathia, 176 

Constitutional Code for any State, 100 

. Defence of Economy against Burke, 

and the Rt, Hon. G. Rose, 100 

Defence of Usury, 139 

— — Fragment on Government, 100 

' Indications respecting Lord Eldon, 94 

The Police Magistrates' Salary Raising 

Bill, &c., 162 
•^— Principles of Morals and Legislation, 

100, 171 

Rationale of Reward, 100 

" Swear not at all," 57 

Tactique des Assemblees Legislatives, 

116 
— — . Traite des Preuves Judiciaires, 116 
Bentley's Miscellany, 247 
Bentley E., Poetical Compositions, 258 
Bentley R , Dissertation on Phalaris, 250 

Life of, 430 

Berkeley Bn., Works of, 320 

Berkshire, Topography of, 330 

Bernard T., Account of the Free Chapel at 

Brighthelmston, 25 

The New School, 176 

Bernard Sir T., Account of a Supply of Fish 

for the Manufacturing Poor, 157 
On the Supply of Employment, &c., for 

the Labouring Clajsses in l'i.sheries,&c.,157 
Bemi, Life of, 447 

Bemier's Voyage to the East Indies, 370 
Berry J., Statement of Facts, 100 
Berzelius J. J., Use of the Blowpipe, 193 
Best Capt. J. J., Excursions in Albania, 345 



Betagh's Account of Peru, 371 
Betham Matilda, Vignettes, in Verse, 258 
Betham Rev. W., Baronetage of England, 423 
Bethune A., Tales of the Scottish Peasantry, 

294 
Betterton Thos., Life of, 448 
Bevan E., Nat. Hist., &c. of the Honey- Bee, 

203, 231 
Beverley J., Trial of W. Frend, 100 
Beverly R. M., Letter to the Abp. of York, 

25 
Beveridge Bp. , Thesaurus Theologicus, 57 
. Private Thoughts upon Religion, 57 

Sermons, 37 

Bewick T., Hist, of Quadrupeds, 203 

Hist, of British Birds, 203 

Memoir of, 430 

Biber E., Life of Pestalozzi, 179 

Bible Society, (British and Foreign) Reports 
of the, 85 

Monthly Extracts of the, 85 

Letter to the Bp. of Lincoln on the, 86 

Remarks on Applying its Funds to the 

circulation of such Foreign Versions as con- 
tain the Apocrypha, 87 

Statement of the Leading Transactions 

of the, 87 

Bible Societies (Norfolk and Suffolk Auxili- 
ary), Proceedings of the, in 1811, 87 

Bible Society (Carlow), Report of the, 85 

Bible Society (Roman Catholic), Correspond- 
ence on the, 85 

Bible in English, 2 

Irish, 2 

Biblia Greeca, Grabii, 2 

Hebraica, Van Der Hooght, 1 

Sacra Polyglotta, Waltoni, 1 

Sacra Vulgata, 2 

Biblioteca Italiana, 247 
Bibliotheca Parriana, 242 
Pinelliana, 242 

Bicheno J., Signs of the Times, 57 

Bickell Rev. R., The West Indies as they are, 

151 
Bickersteth Rev. E., Restoration of the Jews 

to their Own Land, 462 
Bignon M., Les Cabinets et les Peuples, de- 

nuis 1815 jusqu' k 1822, 116 
Bilhaud-Varennes, Memoires de, 430 
Billingsley J., Agriculture of Somersetshire, 

230 
Bilney Thos., Life of, 437 
Bingham J., Works, 57 

Orimnes Ecclesiasticae, 16 

Bingley Rev. W., Animal Biography, 208 

Binney T., Sermon, 37 

Binns J. , Miseries and Beauties of Ireland, 345 

Biographic Universelle, 431 

Bion, 305 

Bion and Moschus, trans, by Fawkes, 800 

Biot J, B., Trait6 de Physique, 188 

Bird C, On the Jurisdiction of Justices of 

the Peace, 94 



INDEX. 



473 



Bird Rev. C, Assize Sermons, 37 

Bird Edw., Life of, 447 

Bird Dr.G., Elements of Nat. Philosophy, 188 

Birds, Architecture of, 203 

Domestic Habits of, 203 

Faculties of, 203 

Introduction to the Study of, 203 

Birkbeck M. , Journey through France, 345 

Births, Deaths, &c., Reports of the Registrar- 
General of, 138 

Bischof Dr., On the Internal Heat of the 
Globe, 199 

Bischoff J., Hist, of Van Dieman's Land, 345 

Bishops, Inquiry into the Necessity of an 
uninterrupted succession of, 29 

Bissett R., Hist, of the Reign of Geo. 111,395 

Black J., Paidophilean System of Teaching 
Languages, 176 

Black Dr. J., Lectures on Chemistry, 193 

Blackbume F., State of the Controversy be- 
tween the Protestants and Papists, 57 

The Confessional, 25 

Blacklock Dr. T., Poems, 262 

Blackmore Sir R., Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Blackstone Sir W., Commentaries on the 
Laws of England, 94 

Life of, 447 

Blackwell T., Letters on Mythology, 88 

Blackwood's Magazine, 247 

Blaine D. P., Ency. of Rural Sports, 226 

Blair Dr. Hugh, Sermons, 37 

Blair Dr. J., Chronology and History, 383 

Blair Rev. R., Poems, 262 

Blake Admiral, Life of, 448 

Blake Robert, Life of, 448 

Blake Wm., Life of, 447 

Blake Rev. R. F., Obs. upon Jarvis's Letter 
to Jewel, 85 

Blakely J. R., Memoirs of, by Puntis, 431 

Blanchard L., Life, &c., of L. E. L., 444 

Blanchard M., Preuve Complette de la 
Fausse Approbation de la Controverse 
Pacifique, 16 

Bland Rev. M., Elements of Hydrostatics. 
192 

Blane Sir G., On the Scarcity and High 
Price of Provisions, 166 

Blanqui A., Voyage rl'un jeune Fran^ais en 
Angleterre et en Ecosse, 345 

Blaquiere E., The Greek Revolution, 395 

• Greece and her claims, 116 

On the present State of the Greek Con- 
federation, 116 

Second Visit to Greece, 345 

Review of the Spanish Revolution, 395 

Bla3mey Benj., Jeremiah and Lamentations, 2 
Blesensis Petri, Contin. Hist. Ingulphi, 401 
Blessington Countess of, The Idler in Italy, 345 

The Idler in France, 345 

. The Governess, 281 

The Two Friends, 297 

Desultory Thoughts, -309 



Blewitt R. J., Court of Chancery, 258 
Blomefield F., Hist, of Norfolk, 334 

Hist, of the Hundred of Diss, 335 

Blomfield C. J., Letter to C. Butler, 60 
Blomfield Rev. E., Lectures on History, 325 
Bloomfield R., Poems of, 258 

Hazelwood Hall, 258 

Bloomfield Rev. S. T., Recensio Synoptica 

Annot. Sacrae, 9 
Blore E., Monumental Remains, 328 
Blount's Voyage to the Levant, 371 
Bloxam M. H., Monumental Architecture, 

328 
Blumenbach J. P., Comparative Anatomy, 214 

Institutions of Physiology, 214 

Elements of Nat. History, 196 

Blunt Rev. Henry, Family Exposition of the 

Pentateuch, 462 
Blunt Rev. J. J., Manners, &c., in Italy and 

Sicily, 424 
On the Veracity of the Historical Books 

of the Old Testament, 37 
Veracity of the Five Books of Moses, 49 

Veracity of the Gospels and Acts of the 

Apostles, 49 

Reformation in England, 16 

Boaden Jas. , Life of Kemble, 443 
Boccaccio G. , Decameron, 279 

. Life of, 447 

Bocharti Sam., Opera Omnia, 9 

Boden W. F., Religious Experience of, 57 

Body and Soul, 276 

Boerhaave Dr., Life of, 448 

Bogue Rev. D., Discourse on Peace, 175 

Sermon on the Death of, 42 

Boileau Despr^aux N., OEuvres, 258, 320 
Bojardo, Life of, 447 

Boke of Curtasye, Edit, by Halliwell, 318 

Bolingbroke Henry Lord, Life of, by Gold- 
smith, 431 

Memoirs of, by Cooke, 431 

Bolivar Simon, Memoirs of, 395 

Bombet L. A. C, Lives of Haydn and Mo- 
zart. 440 

Bonaparte Louis, Sur le Gouvemement de la 
Hollande, 395 

Reply to Scott's Life of Napoleon, 395 

Bonaparte Lucien, Charlemagne, 258 

Memoires Secrets, 432 

Bonaparte Napoleon, Life of, by Scott, 395 

Life of, by Hazlitt, 395 

Private Memoirs of, by Bourrienne, 393 

History of, 396 

Coronation of, by Pope Pius VII, 31 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Court and Camp of, 432 

Vie Privee de, k Sainte Heldne, par Las 

Cases, 432 

Translation of the above, 432 

Memoires de, pour servir k I'Histoire de 

France, 396 

Translation of the above, 396 

Une Annee de la Vie de, 395 

3 P 



474 



INDEX. 



Bonaparte Napoleon, Last Days of, by 
Antommarchi, 432 

In Exile, by O'Meara, 432 

Character of, by Channing, 395 

Thoughts on the Invasion threatened by, 

123 

Retreat out of Russia, 396 

Copies of Letters from the Army of, 

Intercepted by Nelson, 414 

Historic Doubts relative to, 310 

Bond G., Account of the Colony of Port 

Jackson, 152 
Bongarsii Jac, Gesta Dei per Francos, 388 
Bonington R. P., Life of, 447 
Bonnet C, CEuvres, 320 
Bonnycastle Sir R. H., The Canadas, 345 
Booth Barton, Life of, 448 
Booth D., Letter on Population, 157 
Boringdon Lord, Speech on the Catholic 

Petitions, 125 
Boroughs of Great Britain, History of, 100 
Borri's Historv of Cochin China, 371 
Borrow G., The Zincali, 345 
Boscan, Life of, 447 

Bosman's Desc. of the Coast of Guinea, 372 
Bosquett A., Treatise on Duelling, 172 
Bossu R. I^. le, Traite du Poeme Epique, 250 
Bossuet, (Eveque de Meaux,) OEuvres, 320 

Exposition of the Doctrine of the Ca- 
tholic Church in matters of Controversy, 59 

Life, &c., by Butler, 431 

Bostock Dr. J., Hist, of Galvanism, 195 

System of Physiology, 214 

Boston Magazine, 247 

Boswell Jas., Life of Dr. S. Johnson, 443 

Life of Dr. S. Johnson, by Croker, 443 

Bosworth Rev J., Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, 

255 
Botanical Magazine, 21 1 

Indexes to the, 211 

Companion to the, 211 

Botany, in four parts, 21 1 

Bottee M., Etudes Militaires, 235 

Boucher Rev. J,, Archaic and Provincial 

Words, 255 
Bouchette J., British Dominions in North 

America, 345 

Map of Canada, &c., 827 

Boudon Henri-Marie de. Life of, by Butler, 
431 

Bouguer M., La Figure de la Terre deter- 
min^e, 185 

■ Voyage to Peru, 371 

Bounty. H. M. S., Hist, of tlie Mutiny of, 345 

Bourdaloue, CEuvres, 59 

Bourgoanne's Travels in Spain. 370 

Bourne H., Christ the Irue and Faithful 
Witness, 49 

Bourrienne M. de, Private Mems. of Napo- 
leon, 396 

Bousell J., The Ram's Horn Sounded, 59 

Remarks upon Paine's Age of Reason, 

59 



Bousell J. , Address to the Chief Magistrates 
of Norwich and Yarmouth, 59 

Bouterwek F., Hist, of Spanish and Portu- 
guese Literature, 243 

Boutflower H. C, The Atonement agreeable 
to Reason, 59 

Bouyer Rev. R. G., Systems of Education 
for the Infant Poor, 176 

Bower Arch., Hist, of the Popes, 17 

Letters to Father Sheldon, 59 

Bowles John, French Aggression Proved, 116 

Bowles Dr. T., Aristarchus, 250 

Bowles Rev. W. L., Exposition of a Clergy- 
man's Ministerial Conduct, 59 

History of Bremhill, 341 

On Poetical Criticism, 250 

Letters on Pope, 250 

Reply to the Charges Against the last 

Editor of Pope's Works, 250 

Thoughts on the Increase of Crimes, 

&c., 157 

Vindicise Wykehamicae, 176 

Life of Bp. Ken, 443 

Bowley S., On the Punishment of Death, 162 
Bowman Rev. Mr., Letter to him, on his 

book on the Reformation, 69 
Bowring J., Specimens of Russian Poets, 258 
Batavian Anthology, 258 

Ancient Poetry of Spain, 258 

Matins and Vespers, 258 

Arrest, &c., of an Englishman by the 

Bourbon Government, 432 

State of Prisons in Spain and Portugal, 

162 

Boyer M. A, , French and English Diet. , 256 

Boyle Capt. R. , Voyages and Adventures, 345 

Boys, Plans for the Government, &c., of, 180 

Boys J., Agriculture of Kent, 230 

Boyse S., Poems, 262 

Brady J. , Clavis Calendaria, 1 7 

Brahe Tycho, Life of, 450 

Brand's Description of the Orkneys, &c. , 369 

Brand Rev. J., Obs. on Popular Antiquities, 

328 
Brande W. T., Manual of Chemistry, 193 
Brandt G., History of the Reformation, 17 
Bray Mrs., Wai-leigh, 298 
Bray Wm., Tour in Derbyshire, 369 
Brayley E. W., Londiniana, 334 
Bread, Report on Laws Relating to, 147 
Bredow G. G., Chronological Tables, 383 
Br6e Sir M. Van, Table of Painters, 883 
Bremner R., Excursions in Denmark, &c., 

346 

Excursions in Russia, 345 

Bremser M., Traits sur les Vers Intestinaux 

de I'Homme, 214 
Brereton Rev. C D., Obs. on the Poor Laws, 

157 
Brett Rev. Dr. T., On the Ancient Versions 

of the Bible, 6 
On the Power of Absolution, 59 

Sermon, 38 



INDEX. 



475 



Brettell Rev. J., Memoirs of, by Worsley, 432 
Brewster Sir D., Letters on Natural Magic, 

188 
Life of Sir I. Newton, 452 

Martyrs of Science, 450 

Treatise on Magnetism, 195 

Treatise on Optics, 191 

Bridgewater Treatises, 50 

Brightwell Thos., Notes on the Pentateuch, 9 
Bristol, Act for Making, &c., Roads near, 

332 
Bristol Directory, 1803, 332 
Education Society, Account of, 333 

Infirmary. Rules for the, 333 

Inst, for Adv. of Science &c., Objects, 

&c., of, 333 

Bristol Bp. of, Charge, 38 

Letter to, on the Exam, of Students in 

the University of Cambridge, 176 
British (The) Academy, 462 
British Almanac and Companion, 238 
British Association for the Advancement of 

Science, Reports of the, 238 

Signatures of the Members, 238 

British Commerce with India, America, &c., 

Considerations on, 139 
British Costume, History of, 424 
British Critic, 247 
British Empire, Reflections, &c., on the 

Power and Prosperity of the, 112 
British Essayists, 309 
British Labourers and Mechanics, Serious 

Considerations addressed to, 113 
British Magazine, 247 
British Metre, and its Derivatives, 250 
British Miscellany, 247 
British Museum. 424 

Contents of the, 238 

British Naturalist, 197 

Britton J., Architectural Antiq. of Britain, 

328 
Diet, of Architecture, &c., 228 

Hist, of Bristol Cathedral, 332 

Hist, of Canterbury Cathedral, 333 

Hist, of Exeter Cathedral, 332 

Hist, of Gloucester Cathedral, 332 

Hist, of Hereford Cathedral, 333 

Hist, of Lichfield Cathedral, 339 

Hist, of Lincoln Cathedral, 334 

Hist, of Norwich Cathedral, 337 

Hist, of Oxford Cathedral, 339 

Hist, of Peterborough Cathedral, 339 

Hist, of Salisbury Cathedral, 341 

Hist, of Wells Cathedral, 339 

Hist, of Winchester Cathedral, 333 

Hist, of Worcester Cathedral, 341 

Hist, of York Cathedral, 341 

Events in Paris, in 1814, 407 

Broadhurst Mrs., A Word in Favor of Female 

Schools, 176 
Brockdon Wm., Road- Book from London to 

Naples, 346 
Brodie G., Hist, of the British Empire, 396 



Broglie Due de, Discours sur la Traite des 

Negres, 153 
Brome A., Poems, 262 
Brook A., Exj eriments and Remarks on 

Electricity, &c., 195 
Brooke F., Lady Julia Mandeville, 286 
Brooke H., Poems, 262 
Brooke and Hellier, 258 
Broome Dr. W., Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Brosses Pres. de, Australasia, 371 

Brothers Mr., Strictures on the Catholic 

Claims, 125 

Address to the Prince Regent, &c. , 125 

Brougham Lord, Discourse on Natural The- 
ology, 50 

On the Abuse of Charities, 157 

Objects, &c., of Science, 319 

On the Education of the People, 157 

Speech on the Education of the Poor, 

157 

Speech on the State of the Law, 94 

Speeches of, 101 

Historical Sketches of Statesmen, 441 

Letter to, upon Restoring Decayed 

Grammar Schools, 176 
Broughton R. E., Letter to G. W. Hall, 

Esq., 140 
Brown C. B., Carwin the Biloquist, 277 

Memoirs of, by Dunlap, 432 

Brown J., Mysteries of Neutralization, 91 
Brown Capt. T., Anecdotes of Horses, 204 

Anecdotes of Dogs, 204 

Book of Butterflies, 204 

Brown Dr., Philosophy of the Human Mind, 

182 
Browne's Journey to Dar-Fur, 372 
Browne Rev. T., Testimonies to the Truth 

of the Gospel, 50 
Browne J. D., Inquiry into the Anc. Eccles. 

Jurisdiction of the Crown, 26 
Browne Rev. J. H. , Charge to the Clergy of 

Ely, 38 

Reply to " Body and Soul," 59 

Browne J. S., Catalogue of Bishops, 17 
Browne P., Account of Norwich Cathedral, 

336 
Browne R., Agriculture of Yorkshire, 230 
Browne Sir T., Works, 320 

Works, edited by S. Wilkin, 320 - 

Life of, 447, 448 

Browne W., Poems, 262 

Browne W. J. U., Obs. on Bacon's Letter to 

Lord Stormont and Sir J. Scarlett, 101 
Bruce James, Travels, 346 

Life of, by Major Head, 432 

Memoir of, 432 

Bruce John, Speech on Indian Affairs, 152 

Bruce Robert, Life of, 447 

Brunet J. C, Manuel du Libraire, 243 

Brussels, Events in, 396 

Bryan M., Diet, of Painters. &c., 222, 431 

Bryant J., Analysis of Mythology, 88 



476 



INDEX. 



Brydges Sir E., Autobiography, &c., 432 

Letters on Byron, 230 

On the Copyright Act of Q. Anne, 94 

On Relieving the Able-bodied Poor, by 

finding employment for them, 157 

What are Riches? 166 

Brysson George, Memoirs of, 439 
Bubbles of Canada, 101 
Buccleugh Charles, Duke of. Memoir of, 431 
Buchanan Dr. C, Christian Researches in 

Asia, 39 
Memoirs of, by Pearson, 432 

Sermons, 38 

Buchanan Dr. F., Journey through Mysore, 

&c., 346, 370 
Buchanan J., Melioration, &c., of the British 

North American Indians, 152 
Buck George, Life of Richard 111, 396 
Buckingham J. S., Travels in Palestine, 346 

Travels in Mesopotamia, 346 

Opinions of Reviewers on the above, 

250 
Travels in Assyria, 346 

America, 346 

Slave States of America, 346 

Buckingham Duke of. Poems, 263 
Buckinghamshire, Sheffield Duke of. Life of, 

448 
Buckinghamshire, Topography of, 330, 331 
Buckland A. C, On Early Rising, 310 
Buckland W., Vindicioe Geologicae, 199 

Reliquiae Diluvianse, 199 

Geology, &c., with reference to Natural 

Iheology, 199 
On the Subsidence of the Land on the 

Coast of Devon, 202 
Buckle W., Catechism compiled from the 

Book of Common Prayer, 26 
Buckler J. C, Account of the Palace at 

Eltham, 333 
Budgell E., Letter to the Accomptant General 

of Ireland, 101 
Budget, Speech of the -Chancellor of the 

Exchequer on the, 140 
BuflTon G. L. le Clerc, Comte de, Histoire 

Naturelle, 197 

Memoir of, 432 

Bulkeley and Cummings, Loss of the Wager, 

860 ■ 
Bullar Dr. J. and H. Bullar, Winter in the 

Azores, 346 
Bullock W., Six Months in Mexico, 346 
Bulwer Lady L., Budget of the Bubble 

Family, 277 
Bulwer Henry L., France, 810 
Bulwer Sir E. L., Alice, or the Mysteries, 

274 
Athens, 883 

Devereux, 279 

Disowned, 279 

England and the English, 310 

Ernest Maltravers, 280 

1 Eugene Aram, 280 



Bulwer Sir E. L., Eva, and other Poems, 462 

Lady of Lyons, 259 

Last Days of Pompeii, 285 

Leila, 286 

Letter to a late Cabinet Minister, 101 

Money, 258 

Night and Morning, 288 

Paul Clifford, 289 

Pelham, 289 

Pilgrims of the Rhine, 290 

Richelieu, 258 

Rienzi, 291 

Sea-Captain, 259 

Student, 319 

Zanoni, 298 

Bunn Alfred, The Stage, 250 

Bunyan J., The Pilgrim's Progress, with 

Notes, by Burder, 290 
Pilgrim's Progress, with Life, by Southey, 

290, 432 
Buonaparte, see Bonaparte 
Buonarroti Michelagnolo, Rime di, 259 

Life and Works of, by Duppa, 432 

Burchell W. J., On Emigration to the Cape 

of Good Hope, 152 

Travels in Africa, 346 

Burckhardt J. L., Travels in Nubia, 346 

Travels in Syria, 346 

Travels in Arabia, 346 

Burder J., The Atonement of Christ, 59 
Burdett Sir F. to his Constituents, 101 

Speech on the Conduct of the Duke of 

York, 418 

Buret de Longchamps, Les Pastes Universels, 

383 
Burges Rev. George, Letter to T. W. Coke, 

Esq., M.P., 101 
Observations upon the above, 110 

Review of his Letter to the Freeholders 

of Norfolk, 112 

On the Spirit of the Times, 101 

Conservative Standard of the British 

Empire, 101 
Burgess H., Memorial to Lord Goderich, on 

the Bank of England, &c., 140 
Burgess Bp. T., Life of, by Harford, 432 
Burghley Lord, Collections of State Papers, 

418 

Memoirs of, by Nares, 432 

Burke Rt. Hon. Edm., Vindication of Natural 
Society, 173 

Works, 320 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Memoirs of, by Prior, 433 

Conversation between him and Dr. 

Gibson, 60 
^-^ Correspondence with Dr. Lawrence, 438 
Burleigh Lord, Life of, 445 

Memoirs of, by Nares, 406 

Burlington Earl of. Life of, 447 
Burman Peter, Life of, 448 

Bum J. S., The Fleet Registci-s, 137 
Bum Dr., .Justice of the Peace, 94 



INDEX. 



477 



Bumaby's Travels, 871 

Bumes Lieut. Alex., Travels into Bokhara, 

346 

Cabool, 346 

Burnet Bp., Mems. of the Dukes of Hamilton, 

396 
History of his own Times, 396 

History of the Reformation, 17 

Life of the Earl of Rochester, 455 

Life of Sir iM. Hale, 439 

On the XX XIX Articles, 26 

Burnet James, Life of, 447 

Burnet John, Treatise on Painting, 222 
Burnet Dr. Thomas, Sacred Theory of the 

Earth, 199 
Bumey C, History of Music, 222 
Bumey Dr., Memoirs of, by Mad. d'Arblay, 

433 
Bumey Miss, Cecilia, 277 

Evelina, 280 

Bums R., Works, 320 

Life of, by Lockhart, 433 

Bumside R., On the Weekly Sabbath, 60 
Burrell G. B., Plan of Thetford, 338 
Burrow Rev. E. J., Elements of Conchology, 

204 
Burrowes P., Speeches on the Trials of Edw. 

Sheridan, M.D., and Thos. Kirwan, mer- 
chant, 163 
Burrows J., On National Prejudices, 176 
Burton Rev. E., Sequel to Remarks upon 

Church Reform, 26 
Testimonies of the Ante-Nicene Fathers 

to the Divinity of Christ, 50 
Burton Rev. J., Heresies of the Apostolic 

Age, 38 
Burton Thomas, Diary of, 418 
Burton W., Anatomy of Melancholy, 182 
Burton Wm. W., State of Religion, &c., in 

New South Wales, 163 
Bury Lady C, Flirtation, 280 
Bussy Comte de, Lettres de, 433 
Butler Rev. Alban, Life and Writings of, 433 
Butler Bp., Works of, 60 

Memoirs of, by Bartlett, 433 

Butler Charles, Laws against the English 

Catholics, 125 

Address to the Protestants of Great 

Britain and Ireland, 125 

Book of the Roman Catholic Church, 

60 

Vindications of the above, 60 

Life of Erasmus, 437 

■ Life of Grotius, 439 

Memoirs of Catholics, 17 

On Impressing Seamen, 94 

Oration at Laying the First Stone of the 

London Institution, 243 

Reminiscences of, 310 

Works, 320 

Butler Frances Anne, American Journal, 347 
Butler Rev. S. , Remarks on the Review of 

iEschylus, 251 



Butler Samuel, Hudibras, 259 
Poems, 262 

Remains in Verse and Prose, 320 

Life of, 446, 448 

Butt Rev. J. M., On the Last Vision of 

Daniel, 9 
Buxton Sir T. F., On Prison Discipline, 163 

Speeches, 157, 163 

The African Slave Trade, 152 

The African Slave Trade, and its Re- 
medy, 152 

Buxtorfii, Thesaums Linguse sanctse, 256 

Byng Admiral, Appeal to the People, 100 

Byng Sir G., Expedition of the British Fleet 
to Sicily, 396 

Byrom J. , Poems, 262 

Byron's Narrative, 360 

Byron Commodore, Voyages of, 360 

Byron Lord, Poetical Works, 259 

Werner, 259 

The Island, 259 

Letters and Life of, by Moore, 433 

Conversations of, by Medwin, 433 

Life and Genius of, by Gordon, 433 

Character of, by Scott, 433 

Memoir of, 431 

And his Contemporaries, by Hunt, 442 

Letter to, protesting against the Immo- 
lation of Gray, &c., at the Shrine of Pope, 
251 

Letter to, on his Pursuits, 173 

Cato to, 173 

Byzantinae Hist. Scriptores, 388 

Cabinet (The) by a Society of Gentlemen, 

312 
Cabinet (The) Cyclopaedia, edited by Dr. 

Lardner, 310 
Cabotia, Map of, 327 
Cadell Lieut. Col. C. » Campaigns of the 28th 

Regiment, 396 , 

Cadet -de- Vaux A. A., Traites d'Economie 

Rurale, 231 
Cadogan Hon. and Rev. W. B. , Memoirs of, 

by Cecil, 433 
Caesaris C. J., Opera, 307 

Opera, Oudendorpii, 301 

Commentaries, trans, by Duncan, 301 

Caffre Nations, The Wrongs of the, 152 
Caillot A., Abrege des Voyages Modera'es, 

347 
Caius Dr., Life of, 447 
Calabria during a Military Residence, 347 
Calamy E., Life and Times of, by Rutt, 433 
Caldcleugh A., Travels in S. America, 347 
Calderbank Rev. J., Answer to Questions 

relating to Religion, 60 
Calderon, Life of, 447 
Calendrier Parisien pour I'an 4 de la R^pub- 

lique Fran9aise, 383 
Callimachus, edidit Blomiield, 301 
Callinus Ephesius, 305 
Calmet Rev. D. A., Diet, of the Bible, 5 



47S 



INDEX. 



Calumnious Aspersions, Sec, 433 
Cambridge Quarteriy Review, 247 
Cambridge University Calendar, 247 
Cambridge R. 0., Poems, 262 
Cambridgeshire, Topography of, 331 
Camden W., Britannia, 328 

Remains concerning Britaine, 328 

Anglica, Normannica, Hibemica,&c ,393 

History of Queen Elizabeth, 396 

Annals of James I, 396 

Cameron C. R., On Man's Redemption, 60 
Cammini ( I) Liberati dal Fumo, 228 
Camoens, Lusiad, trans, by Mickle, 253 

Life of, 447 

Campaigns and Cruises in Venezuela, 347 
Campan Mad., Mems. d' Antoinette, 429 

Mems. of Antoinette, 429 

Campbell Dr. Geo., Dissert, on Miracles, 9 

Four Gospels, translated, 3 

Lectures on Eccles. History, 17 

Philosophy of Rhetoric, 251 

Sermons, 38 

Campbell H. Y , Ossiana, 251 

Campbell Rev. Dr. J., Martyr of Erromanga, 

463 
Campbell Rev. .John, Life, &c., by Philip, 433 
Campbell T., Gertrude of Wyoming, &c., 259 

Pleasures of Hope, &c., 259 

Theodoric, &c., 259 

Pilgrim of Glencoe, &c., 259 

Life of Mrs. Siddons, 457 

Life of Petrarch, 454 

Camper Peter, Memoir of, 433 

Canaan, On the Destruction of the Seven 

Nations of, 9 
Canada, The Backwoods of, 347 
Canadas, Present State of the, 152 
Canals, Method of conveying Boats on, 221 
Cananus de Bello Constantinop., 390 
Candish Sir Thomas, Voyage of, 359 
Candler J. , Brief Notices of Hayti, 347 
Canning Rt. Hon. George, Speech on the 

Catholic Question, 125 

Speech on the Com Laws, 140 

Speeches in Liverpool, 101 

—— Speeches of, 419 

Political Life of, 396 

- Historical Sketch of, 441 
Cantacuzeni .loannis Hist,, 391 
Canterbury Abp. of. Letters to, on Revising 

the Scripture, 7 
Capital Punishment, Report on, 165 

Strictures on, 16.5 

Capitolinus Julius, 307 
Cappe Cath., Memoirs of, 434 

— — On Ladies Visiting the Female Wards 

of Hospitals, &c., 173 
Caradoc of Llancarvan, History of Wales, 342 
Card H., Rise, &c., of the Papal Power, 17 
Cardwell E., Annals of the Reformed Church 

of England, 17 
On the Revision of the Book of Com- 
mon Prayer, 17 



Carew T., Poems, 262 
Gary's Map of Europe, 326 

Map of Asia, 326 

Map of Africa, 326 

Map of America, 326 

Map of the British Isles, 327 

Universal Atlas, 326 

Carey H. C. and J. Lea, Geog. Hist. &c., of 

America and the West Indies, 326 
Carey Dr. W., Memoirs of, by E. Carey, 434 
Carleton Capt. G., Memoirs of, 434 
Carleton W., Father Butler, &c., 280 

Tales of Ireland, 295 

Traits of the Irish Peasantry, 296 

Carlisle N., Topog. Diet, of England, 328 
Carlos J., Sermon at Blofield, 38 
Carlyle T., Chartism, 102 

Es'says, 251 

On Heroes, &c., 414 

The French Revolution, 397 

Came J., Letters from the East, 347 

Travels in the East, 347 

Letters from Switzerland, 347 

Lives of Missionaries, 448 

Tales of the West, 296 

Camot M., Memorial addressed to the King 
of France, 1814, 117 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Caron's Account of Japan, 370 

Carpenter Dr. L., Exam, of the Charges 

made against Unitarians, 60 

On the Genuineness of the New Test., 7 

Carpi ni John de P., Travels of, 358 
Carrol Charles, Historical Sketch of, 441 
Carte T., History of England, 397 

Life of James Duke of Ormonde, 397 

Carter J., Gothic Architecture, 328 

Carter John, Obligations of Christians to 

Union and Cooperation, 60 
Carter M., Exped. of Kent, Essex, &c., 397 
Carteret Capt., Voyages of, 360 
Cartier Jac. , Voyages of, 359 

Discovery of New France, 371 

Cartwright Major, Address at a Meeting at 

Boston, 102 

Appeal to the Subjects of the English 

Constitution, 102 

Reasons for Reformation, 102 

Cartwright Rev. W., Poems, 262 

Case Rev. C, Sermon on the Death of, 45 

Case of Edmund Rolfe, r. John Peterson and 

Son, 94 

Case of his Grace the D of M 102 

Cash Payments, Letters On the Resumption 

of, 144 

Reports on the Expediency of the Bank 

resuming, 147 

Casper Hauser, An Account of, 434 
Cassan Rev. S. H., Statement of Facts con- 
nected with the Trial, Cassan, v. Ireland, 95 
Cassini M., Eiemens d' Astronomic, 190 
Cassini de Thury M., La Meridienne de 
Paris, 190 



INDEX. 



479 



Cassiodori Chronicon, 307 

Castello Edm., Lexicon Heptaglotton, 1 

Castello Capt., History of the Discovery of 

Mexico, 339 
Castlereagh Lord, Speech on the Catholic 

Petitions, 120 

Speech on the Report of the Bullion 

Committee, 140 

Speech on Earl Stanhope's Bill, 140 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Catalogue des Tableaux exposes au Mus^e 
du Royaurae des Pays-Bas, &c., 222 

of Books of Voyages and Travels, 372 

i of the Angerstein Collection of Pictures, 

222 

of Pictures by Sir J. Reynolds, 222 

of Pictures by Mr. Crome, 222 

of Pictures Painted on Glass, 222 

of Pictures by B. West, 223 

Catalogues of Various Libraries, 242,243, 244 
Catherine Empress, Historical Sketch of, 441 
Catholic Abps. and Bps. , Address to the 

Clergy and Laity of Ireland, 36 
Catholic Bishops, &c.. Declaration of the, 62 
Catholic Bishops, Mandates of the, with the 
Devotions to be Sung in the Catholic Cha- 
pels, for Pius VI and Geo. HI, 30 
Catholic Bill, Observations on, 132 
Catholic Children, On the Education of, 177 
Catholic Church, Faith and Doctrine of the,63 

View of the Religious and Military 

Orders of the, 19 

Catholic Claims, Appeal against the, 124 

Defence of the Inhabitants of Bristol 

who have petitioned Parliament against 
the, 127 

Extracts from Speeches, &c., respecting 

the, 128 
Letter to a Member of Convocation, on 

the, 130 
Letter to the Prince Regent, on the, 130 

Protestants' Protest against the, 133 

Debates in the House of Commons on 

the, 134 

The New Magna Charta, or Records of 

the Debates on the Settlement of the, 131 

Wiltshire Meeting on the, 136 

Catholic Clergy in Ireland, Letter relative to 

the Education, &c., of the, 107 

Letter to the, 69 

Catholic Communion, Essay towards a pro- 
posal for, 28 
Catholic Emancipation, 126 
Letter to Canning on, 130 

Letters by Conciliator on, 131 

P's. Letters on, 131 

. Two Letters on, 125 

Catholic Gentleman, Letter to, with a Letter 

from a Lady to a friend who had married 

him, 69 
Catholic Loyalty, Letters on, 108 
Catholic Petition, Speech which ought to 

have been spoken on the, 135 



Catholic Prelate's Address to the Clergy and 

Laity of Ireland, 36 
Catholic Question, arguments on the, 126 
Catholic Question Considered, 126 

Hints on the, 129 

Letters &c., on the, 126 

Reply to the Speech of J. W. Croker 

on the, 134 

Thoughts on the, 135 

Catholic Religion, Historical and Political 

View of the, 66 
Catholic Subjects of Foreign States, 129 
Catholicisme (Le) et le Protestantisme con- 
sideres sous le ])oint de vue politique, 130 
Catholicon, Extracts from the, 128 
Catholics, Claims of the, considered with re- 
ference to the Established Church, 126 

Legal Arguments on the exclusion of, 

from Parliament, 130 

Letter to Wilberforce, on the Bill for 

the Relief of, 130 
Letters to the Abp. of Canterbury, on 

the Secret Causes of the Increase of, 69 
Obs. on the Danger of admitting thera 

into offices, 132 
On granting to them an equality of civil 

rights &c., 134 

Reflections on the Measures in favour 

of the, 134 

Statement of the Grievances of the, 125 

Summary of the Proceedings in the H. 

of Commons on the Petition of the, 135 

View of the Case of the, 136 

Catholics (British) Address to their Protest- 
ant Fellow Countrymen, 124 

Catholics (English) State and Behaviour of, 
from the Reformation to 1781, 76 

Catholics in Scotland, Considerations on the 
State of the, 126 

Catholics (Irish) Answer to Duigenan's Ar- 
guments against the full Enfranchisement 
of the, 124 

Dangers with which G. Brit, and Ireland 

are Menanced by the demands of the, 127 

Hints to aid in establishing their 

Claims, 129 

Nature, &c., of the Demands of the, 132 

Vindication of the Religious and Civil 

Principles of the, 81 

Catholics of Edinburgh and Glasgow, Memo- 
rial in behalf of the, 131 

Catholics of England, Declaration, &c., of 
the, 127 

Catholics of Ireland, Conduct of the British 
Government toward the, 126 

Petition of the, 132 

Proceedings of the General Committee 

of the, 133 

Statement of the Penal Laws which 

aggrieve the, 135 

Refutation of the above, 134 

Catholics of the United Kingdom, Address 

to the, 55 



480 



INDEX. 



Catholicism Defensible, 61 

Catholicism Sifted, 61 

Catlin G., On the N. American Indians, 347 

Cato's Letter to the Earl of Harewood, 102 

Catulli Carmina, k Doering, 301 

Catullus, k Gabbema, 301 

Gaunter Rev. H,, Romance of History, India, 

292 
Cause of Greece the Cause of Europe, 117 
Causes Politiques Secretes, 117 
Cave Edw., Life of, 448 
Cave Wm., Apostolici, 17 
Cavendish Tho., Life of, 446 
Cawthorne Rev. J., Poems, 262 
Caxton Wm., Life of, 448 
Cayley A., Memoirs, &c., of Sir T. More, 431 
Cayley C. , Answer to Potter's Sermon against 

the Methodists, 61 
Cecil, 277 
Cecil a Peer, 277 
Cecil Rev. R., Works of, 320 
Cedreni Georgii Compendium Hist. , 389 
Cellini Benvenuto, Memoirs of, by Roscoe, 

434 
Centlivre Susanna, Life of, 446, 448 
Ceres, The Colossal Statue of, 226 
Certain Information of a Certain Discourse, 

102 
Cervantes M. de, Don Quixote, 279 
— — Don Quixote, trans, by Jarvis, 279 

Novelas Exemplares, 288 

Life of, 447 

Chabert M., Voyage dans I'Amerique Sep- 

tentrionale, 185 
Chalcondylse Laonici Hist., 391 
Challoner Bp.,True Principles of a Catholic, 

61 
^— Origin and Progress of the Protestant 

Religion, 61 

Caveat against the Methodists, 61 

Grounds of the Catholic Doctrine, 61 

Chalmers A., Biographical Dictionary, 431 

English Poets, 262 

Chalmers G., Life of Mary Q. of Scots, 397 

State of the United Kingdom at the 

Peace of Paris, 1813, 102 

Chalmers Rev. Dr. T., Adaptation of External 
Nature to the Constitution of Man, 173 

Application of Christianity to the ox)m- 

mercial and ordinary Affairs of Life, 38 

Evidences and Authority of the Chris- 
tian Revelation, 30 

. On Literary and Ecclesiastical Endow- 
ments, 167 

-^— Christian and Civic Economy of Large 
Towns, 167 

On Political Economy, 137 

Christian Charity applied to Religious 

Differences, 38 

■ Sermons preached in St. John's Church, 
Glasgow, 38 

The Christian Revelation, in connection 

with Modem Astronomy, 38 



Chalmers Rev. Dr. T., Sermons preached in 
the Tron Church, Glasgow, 38 

Speeches and Tracts, 312 

Chamberlin M., Equanimity, 239 
Chambers A. H., Comments on some recent 

Political Discussions, 140 

On the Resumption of Cash Payments, 

140 

Obs. on the Formation, &c., of Turn- 
pike Roads, 167 

Chambers J., Biographical Illustrations of 
Worcestershire, 431 

Hist, of Malvern, 341 

Chambers Sir W., Treatise on Architecture, 

228 

Life of, 447 

Chamier Capt, Ben Brace, 276 

Chancery, On the Utility resulting from the 

Court of, 93 
Chandler Dr. R., Travels in Asia Minor, 347 
Chandler Dr, S., Plain Reasons for being a 

Christian, 30 
Channing W. E., Character of Napoleon, 393 

Remarks on Milton, 431 

On the Disposition to form Associations, 

117 
On the Annexation of Texas to the 

United States, 117 

Slavery, 132 

Works of, 320 

Chardin's Travels in Persia, 370 

Charke Chariotte, Life of, 448 

Charlevoix P. F. X. de, Hist, du Paraguay, 

397 

Charlotte Princess, Address to, on her Mar- 
riage, 99 

Chai-tley the Fatalist, 277" 

Chase (The), the Turf, and the Road, by 
Nimrod, ^6 

Chateaubriand M. de. Congress of Verona, 397 

De Buonaparte et des Bourbons, 1 1 7 

Buonaparte and the Bourbons, 117 

Travels in America and Italy, 347 

Travels to Jerusalem, 347 

On the Censorship established in France, 

92 

Speeches, 117 

Chatham Lord, Historical Sketch of, 441 

Correspondence of, 434 

Chatterton Lady, Home Sketches, &c., 847 

Rambles in Ireland, 347 

Chatterton T., Poems, 262 

Life of, by Dix, 434 

Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, 259 
Chaucer G., Poems, 262 

Poems of. Modernized, 259 

Life of, 446 

Chausel de Montals, Le Concordat Justifie, 18 
Chedworth Lord, Letters to the Rev. Thos. 

Crompton, 434 
Cheke Sir John, Life of, by Strypc, 434 
Chemistry no Mystery, 193 
Chenier M. J. , Choix de Poesies, 259 



INDEX. 



481 



Cheshire, Topography of, 331 
Chesterfield Ph. Earl of, Letters of, 444 
Chettle H., Kind- Heart's Dream, Ed. by 

Rimbault, 318 
Chevalier T., Remarks on Suicide, 173 
Chevenix R., Essay on National Character, 

177 
Cheynel Francis, Life of, 448 
Chiabrera, Life of, 447 
Chillingworth W., Religion of Protestants, 61 
Chimney- Sweeping, Attempts made to alter 
its Character, &c , 167 

Report on, 169 

Chisholm, Memoir of the, by Anderson, 434 
Chitty J., On the Game Laws, 163 
Choiseul Duke of. Life of, 445 
Chorley H. F., Memorials of Mrs. Hemans> 

440 
Christian E., Vindication of the Criminal Law, 

&c., from the Imputation of Cruelty, 163 
Christian Prof., Obs. on Provident Banks, 167 
Christian (The) Correspondent, by Mont- 
gomery, 434 
Christian Observer, 247 
Christian Remembrancer, 247 
Christian Retirement, 61 
Christian L^nitarianism, 61 
Christian Year, 259 
Christian's Common Prayer-Book, 26 
Christianity, Argument for the Truth of, 49 
Christmas Carols, Specimens of, 318 
Chronica de Mailros, 401 
Chronica Walt. Hemingford, 401 
Chronicle of the Cid, 397 
Chronicon Th. Wikes, 401 
Chronicon Johannis,Abb. S. Pet.de Burgo,401 
■ Ang. per Rob. de Boston, 401 

Chronicon Paschale, 389 

Orientale, 889 

Church of England, On the Interests of the, 26 
Churches' Authority in matters of Faith, 27 
Churchill Rev. C, Poems, 262 

Epistle to Wm. Hogarth, 259 

Gibber C, Life of, 446, 447, 448 

Cicero M. T., Life of, by Dr. Middleton, 434 

Life of, by Hollings, 434 

Letters, by Melmoth, 301 

Cicero to Brutus, Epistles of, 301 

Cicero, Cato, and Laelius, translated by W. 

Melmoth, 301 
Ciceron, Lettres de, par Mongault, 301 
Ciceronis Opera, Ernesti, 301 
Cinnami Joannis Hist., 391 
Circumnavigation of the Globe, Historical 

Account of the, 355 
Cities and Towns, Account of, 347 
Civil Disabilities on Account of Religion, 
with reference to the Christian Dispen- 
sation, &c., 126 
Clapperton Capt, Second Expedition into 

Africa, 348 
Clare Earl of, Speech on the Catholic Relief 
Bll, 126 



Clare J., The Rural Muse, 259 

Clarendon Earl of. Hist, of the Rebellion, 397 

. Life of, 434 

Clarendon and Rochester, Correspondence of 

the Earls of, by Singer, 415 
Claridge R. T., Hydropathy, 463 
Clark E., East India Register, 248 
Clark Dr. J., The Influence of Climate, 214 
Clark Dr. T., The Case of, 140 
Clark Wra., On Tithes, 26 
Clark Z., Account of Charities in Norfolk, 

158,336 
Clarke Dr. Adam, Life, Ed. by Rev. J. B. B. 

Clarke, 435 
Clarke C. C, Adam the Gardener, 231 
Clarke Dr. E. D., Travels, 348 

Life, &c., of, by Otter, 435 

Clarke Dr. Sam., Discourses, 38 

Sermons, 39 

Clarke Wm. Henry, Sermons, 39 

Clarkson T., Abolition of the Slave Trade, 

152 

Cries of Africa, 152 

• On Improving the Condition of Slaves, 

152 
Memoirs of Penn, 453 

Strictures on the Life of Wilberforce, 

461 

Doctrines of the Early Christians re- 
lating to War, 61, 175 

Researches concerning the way in which 

men first acquired their knowledge of God, 
61 

Clarkson W., Cause of the Increase of Pau- 
perism, &c., 158 

Classical Journal, 247 

Clavers Mrs. M., A New Home, 348 

Forest Life, 463 

Clay J. , Free Trade essential to the Welfare 

of Britain, 140 
Clayton's Journey to Mount Sinai, 371 
Clayton Sir R., Treatise on Greyhounds, 226 
Clement of Alex., Account of his Writings, 

Clerc J. le, Bibliotheque Universelle, 248 
Clergymen, Letter on Selecting them for 

Magistrates, 168 . 

Clerical Guide, 18 
Clifford A., On the Exclusion of Attorneys 

from the Inner Temple Hall, 95 
Clifford Lady Anne, Life of, 430 
Clinch J. B., On the Veto, 26 

Vindication of Dr. Troy, 26 

Clinton H. F., Fasti Hellenici, 383 
Clipperton Capt. John, Voyage of, 360 
Clive Lord, Life of, 446 

Life of, by Malcolm, 435 

Cloquet M. J., Life of Lafayette, 444 

Club Book, 278 

Clubs of London, 312 

Coal Duties, Considerations on the, 141, 146 

Cobbett W., Plain English to the People of 

the United States, 117 

3 Q 



482 



INDEX. 



Cobbett W., American Seeds, 118 

— — American Rush Light, 118 

Obs. on the Debates of the American 

Congress, 118 

. The Republican Judge, 118 

Trial of Republicanism, 1 18 

Letter to Tom Paine, 117 

Life of Paine, 453 

Cobbett versus Cobbett, 102 

Cobham Lord, Life, 437, 449 

Cochrane Capt. J. D., Journey through Rus- 
sia, 348 

Cockburn Rev. W., Address to Catholics, 126 

Code Napoleon, 92 

Codex Theodosianus, 92 

Codinus Georgius, 389 

Codinus de Officiis, 390 

Coffin Adm. Sir 1., Letters to, on the Inade- 
quacy of Courts Martial, 235 

Coglan T., System of Mnemonics, 182 

Cohen B., Compendium of Finance, 140 

Coigly J., Obs. on the Trial of, by Fenwick,435 

Coinage &c.. Facts and Obs. relative to the, 
142 

Coke Lord, Charge to the Grand Jury at 
Norwich, 1606, 95 

Coke Sir Ed., Life of, 447, 448 

Coker J,, On the late Election of a Chancellor 
of the University of Oxford, 26 

On the Petition of the Irish Catholics, 

126 

Colbert Jean B., Life of, 445 

Colebrooke H. T., Cape of Good Hope, 347 

Coleridge H., Biographia Borealis, 430 

Coleridge H. N., Aids to Reflection, 62, 182 

• Introduction to the Greek Classic Poets, 

251 

Coleridge S. T., Biographia, Literaria, 435 

Christabel, &c., 260 

Poetical Works, 259 

Table Talk, 312 

Life of, by Gillman, 435 

Collier J., Reply to a Pamphlet on the Slate 

of the Nation in 1822, 102 
Collier J. P., Hist, of English Dramatic 

Poetry, 244 
Collieries in S. Wales, Evidence on, 419 
Collingwood Lord, Correspondence and Life, 

435 
Collins A., Peerage of England, 423 
Collins W., Poems, 262 

Poems, with Notes by Crowe, 260 

Life of, 448 

Collyer J. P., New Facts regarding Shaks- 
peare, 456 

Collyer W. B., The Glory of Israel, 39 

Columbia in 1826,348 

Colonial Magazine, 248 

Colonna Vittoria, Life of, 447 

Colquhoun J., The Moor and the Loch. 226 

Colquhoun P., On the Police of the Metro- 
polis, 163 

Colton Rev. C. C, Lacon, 312 _ 



Columbus C, Discovery of America, 359 
Discovery of the West Indies, 371 

History of, 356 

History of, by Irving, 435 

Voyages of the Companions of, 356 

Coluthus, Rape of Helen, trans, by Fawkes, 

301 
Combe A., Principles of Physiology, 214 

Physiology of Digestion, 214 

Physiological and Moral Management 

of Infancy, 214 

Combe C. ,Nummorum veterum descriptio, 425 
Combe G., Constitution of Man, 171 
Elements of Phrenology, 214 

Essays on Phrenology, 214 

Letter to F. Jeffrey, 214 

Moral Philosophy, 173 

Notes on the United States, 348 

Comic Latin Grammar, 312 
Comines Philip de, Memoirs of, 397 
Communities of Women and Monastic Insti- 
tutions, Reflections on, 134 
Companion to the Newspaper, 102 
Comprehension, Essay towards a, 28 
Comte Lewis le, History of China, 348 
Concordat, Das Koniglich Baierische, mit 

dem Romischen Stuhle, 18 
Concordat de 1817, par J. H. La Salle, 20 
Concordat ( Du) sous les rapports Politiques, 

126 
Concordat entre le Souverain Pontife Pie VII, 

et la Roi de Bavifire, 18 
Concordat sur le, par M. de Gray Martin, 21 
Concordat et Recueil des Bulles du Pape 

Pie Vll sur les Affaires de I'Eglise de 

France, 18 
Concordats de 1801 et de 1813, 18 
Concordats de 1517, entre Franpois I et Leon 

X, ct de 1817, entre Louis XVIII, et 

Pie VII, 19 
Condamine M. de la. Journal d'un Voyage 

k I'Equateur, &c., 185 

Travels in South America, 371 

Conder J.,Italy,348 

View of all Religions, ,18 

Condillac Abbe de. Cours d'Efude, 177 
Condorcet, Life of, 446 

Confirmation, Advice to Young Persons be- 
fore, 30 

Congregational Lectures, 39 

Congregational Monthly Lectures on the 
Evidences of Revelation, 44 

Congregational Magazine, 248 

Congress at Philadelphia, 1 774, Free Thoughts 
on the, 119 

Congreve Sir W., Of the Impracticability of 
the Resumption of Ca-sli Payments, 1 40 

Congreve W., Poems, 262 

Life of, 430, 446, 448 

Conhe9a o mundo os Jacobinos que ignora, 62 
Conic Sections, Elements of the, 185 
Conjugal Love and Duty, 39 
Connoisseur, 309 



INDEX. 



483 



ConoUy Lieut. A., Journey to the North of 

India, 348 
Conspiracy of Gowrie, 260 
Constables, Duty of, 163 
Constable's Guide in making up the Jury List, 

97 
Constant M. Benj., Collection complete des 

ouvrages publics, 118 

• Memoires sur les Cent Jours. 397 

On the Dissolution of the Chamber of 

Deputies, 118 

On the Liberty of the Press, 118 

—— On the Responsibility of Ministers, 118 
Constanlinus Manasses, 389 
Constitution, Appeal in Defence of the, 100 
— — Conversation on the English, 102 

Equality of the, 102 

Constitution as by Law Established, Speech 

in Support of the, 135 
Constitution (De la) de I'Angleterre, 102 
Constitution de la Monarchic Espagnole d^- 

cretee par les Cortes extraordinalres en 

1811 et 1812, traduite de I'Espagnol, 93 
Constitutions, Recueil des, depuis I'an 8, 92 
Contarini A., Journey of, 358 
Continental (The) Traveller, 348 
Controversy between Great Britain and her 

Colonies, View of the, 114 
Convention Act, Debate on the, 103 
Convention (The) Vindicated, 118 
Conversations on the Animal Economy, 214 

on Chemistry, 193 

on the English Constitution, 102 

— — on Mineralogy, 199 

on Natural Philosophy, 188 

. on Political Economy, 137 

on Vegetable Physiology, 211 

Conybeare Rev. J. J., Ulust. of Anglo-Saxon 

Poetry, 260 
Conybeare Rev. W. D., Geology of England 

and Wales, 199 
Cooke E., Cause of the increased price of 

the Necessaries of Life, 141 
. On the Expediency of Repealing the 

Usury Laws, 95 
Cook Lieut. , Voyages of, 360 
Cook Capt. Jas., Voyages of, 348, 360, 371 

Life of, 430 

Cook, Gierke, and Gore, Voyages of, 360 
Cooke Capt. John, Voyage of, 360 
Cooke Geo. F., Life of, 448 

Mems. of Ld. Bolingbroke, 431 

Cooksey R., Poems, 260 

Cooley V^^. D., Negroland of the Arabs, 348 

Coombes Rev. W. H., Discourses from the 

Writings of St. Basil the Great, and St. 

John Chrysostom, 39 
Cooper Rev. Dr., The Patriots of N. America, 

118 
Cooper Rev. E., The Crisis, 62 
Cooper J. F.. Eve Effingham, 280 

. Excursions in Switzerland, 348 

Homeward Bound, 283 



Cooper J. F., Lionel Lincoln, 286 
Mercedes of Castile, 287 

Recollections of Europe, 348 

The Borderers, 276 

The Bravo, 276 

The Deerslayer, 279 

The Headsman, 282 

The Heidenmauer, 282 

The Last of the Mohicans, 285 

The Monikins, 288 

The Pathfinder, 289 

The Pilot, 290 

The Pioneers, 290 

The Prairie, 290 

The Red Rover, 291 

The Spy, 294 

The Two Admirals, 297 

The Water Witch, 298 

Cooper J. G. , Poems, 262 

Project for an Hospital for Decayed 

Authors, 814 

Cooper R. B. , On the Peculiar Tenets of the 

Present Day, 62 
Cooper S. , Dictionary of Surgery, 214 
Cooper Thos., Condition of the Slaves in 

Jamaica, 152 
Cooper Dr. Thos., Lectures on Political 

Economy, 137 
Coplestone E., Letter to John Coker, 27 
Copley J. S., Life of, 447 
Copy- Right, Address to Parliament on, 166 
Copy- Right Act, Sir E. Brydges on the, 94 
Copy- Right Bill, Observations on the, 95 
Corbett Bp., Poems, 262 
Cordiner Rev. J., Description of Ceylon, 349 
Com and Currency, On the Relation of, 141 
Corn Laws, Catechism on the, 141 
Com Question, &c., Consideration on the, 141 
Comaro L., Methods of Attaining a Long 

Life, 214 
Corneille P., Chefs-d'CEuvres de, 260 

Life of, 446 

Cornwall, Topography of, 331 
Corawallis Marquis, Life of, 446 
Coronation of George IV, Description of the 

Procession, 397 
Corpulence, Remarks on, 218 
Correggio and Parmegiano, Lives of, 435 
Correspondant Le, 435 
Correspondence between the Lords of the 

Admiralty, Earl St. Vincent, Earl Spencer, 

and Vice-Adm. Sir J. Orde, 235 
Correspondence on the Proceedings of the 

Marquess Wellesley, and of the Earl of 

Moira, in 1812, 103 
Corruption and Intolerance, 260 
Cory I. P., Chronological Inquiry, 383 
Mythological Enquiry, 89, 383 

Metaphysical Enquiry, 182 

Costello E., Memoirs of, 428 

Costello Louisa S., Summer amongst the 

Bocages, &c., 349 
Pilgrimage to Auvergne, 349 



484 



INDEX. 



Costello Louisa S., The Queen's Poisoner, 

291 
Cosway Richard, Life of, 447 ' 
Cotman J. S., Architectural Antiquities of 

Normandy, 228 
Etchings illust. of the Architectural 

Antiquities of Norfolk, 335 
Cottager's (The) Religious Meditations, 62 
Cotte le P., Traite de Meteorologie, 195 

Memoires sur la Meteorologie, 195 

Cotterill Rev. T,, Speech against the Catholic 

Claims, 126 
Cotton C, Poems, 262 
Cotton Dr. N., Poems, 262 
Cottu M., On the Criminal Code in Eng., 163 
County Rate, Report relative to a new, J 69 
Courtanvaux M. le Marquis de, Journal de 

Voyage, 190 
Courtenay T. P., Letter on the Poor Laws, 

158 

• Memoirs of Sir W. Temple, 458 

Cousin Geoffi-ey, &c., Ed. by Hook, 278 

Covenant, Review of the, 22 

Coventry G., Enquiry regarding the real 

Author of the Lettere of Junius, 245 
Coventry Mrs., Hist, of Pompey the Little, 

290 
Cowley A. , Poems, 262 

Life of, 446, 448 

Cowley Mrs., Life of, 446 
Cowper Wm., Poems, 260, 262 

Posthumous Poetry, by Dr. Jolmson,260 

. Life and Letters of, by Hayley, 435 

- Letters of, by Dr. Johnson, 435 

Private Corresp of, by Dr. Johnson, 435 

Life of, by Taylor, 435 

— — Life and Letters of, by Southey, 435 

Life and Works of, by Southey, 320 

Cox Rev. Dr. F. A. and Rev. Dr. J. Hoby, 

Baptists in America, 349 
Cox Ross, The Columbia River, 349 
Coxe's Travels in Norway, Denmark, and 
Russia, 370 

Travels in Switzerland, 370 

Coxe Rev. W. , Letter to John Benett, 27 
Coxe Wm., Corresp. of the Duke of Shrews- 
bury, 414 
— — History of the House of Austria, 397 
Memoirs of Duke of Marlborough, 397 

■ Memoirs of Lord Walpole, 397 

Memoirs of Sir R. Walpole, ;}98 

Crabb Geo., Technological Dictionary, 238 
Crabbe Rev. G., Poetical Works, 260 

Posthumous Tales, 260 

Life of, 4:35 

Cradock J., Lit. and Miscel. Memoirs, 244 
Craig Rev. T., Sermons on his Separation to 

the Pastoral Office, 39 
Cramer Rev. J. A., Description of Ancient 

Greece, 349 
— — Description of Ancient Italy, 349 

Description of Asia Minor, 349 

■ Passage of Hannibal over the Alps, 415 



Cranmer Abp., Life of, 437, 445, 449 

Memorials of, by J. Strype, 23, 436 

Crantz David, History of Greenland, 349 
Crashaw Rev. R., Poems, 262 

Craven Lady, Journey to Constantinople, 349 
Crawford J,, Embassy to the Courts of Siam, 

&c.,34 
Crebillon P. J. de, CEuvres de, 261 
Credit, Observations on, 146 
Creed of Pope Pius IV, 27 
Creichton Capt. J., Memoirs of, by Swift, 436 
Crequy Marchioness de, Recollections of, 436 
Crichton A. , History of Arabia, 383 
Crichton The Admirable, Life of, by Tytler, 

436 
Criminal Laws, &c., Report on, 421 
Criminal Trials, 398 
Crisis, (The), 103 
Crockett Col D., Sketches of, 436 
Croft J. W., The Reformed Church in France, 
and the Catholics in G. Britain and Ireland, 
126 
Crofts Rev. J., Sermon, 39 
Croker J. W. , Speech on the Catholic Ques- 
tion, 126 
Croker T. C, Fairy Legends &c., of Ireland, 
280 

Memoirs of Gen. Holt, 441 

Croly Rev. D., Dissertation on Tracts for the 
Times, 465 

Essay on Ecclesiastical Finance, 27 

Croly Rev. G., Salathiel, 292 
Crombie Rev. A. , On the State of the Agri- 
cultural Interest, 141 

On the Depreciation of Bank Notes, 141 

Crombie Rev. A., Natural Theology, 51 
Crome Mr., Catalogue of his Pictures, 222 
Cromwell, Memoirs of the House of, by Noble, 

436 
Cromwell and the Republicans, Lives of, 445 
Cromwell Oliver, Life of, 445, 446 
Cromwell, Earl of Essex, Life of, 437 
Cropper J., Relief for West Indian Distress, 
152 

Support of Slavery Investigated, 152 

Crosse John Green, Address upon Medical 

Science, 215 

Medical Schools of Paris, 215 

On the Variolous Epidemic in Norwich, 

in 1819,215 
Letters to the Governors of the Norfolk 

and Norwich Hospital, 215 
Crotch W., Lectures on Music, 223 
Crousaz M. de, I/Ogique, 182 
Crow Capt, Hugh, Memoirs of, 436 
Crowe E. E., History of France, 898 

Lives of Foreign Statesmen, 445 

Crowley J, , On the Emancipation of Catholics, 

126 
Cruden Alex., Concordance of the Scriptures, 

5 
Cruelty to the Brute Creation, Sermon on 

the Unjustifiableness of, 46 



INDEX. 



485 



Cruise R. A., Residence in New Zealand, 349 
Crusius L., Lives of the Roman Poets, 436 
Cudworth Dr. R., Intellectual System of the 

Universe, 182 
— — On the Lord's Supper, 27 

Sermons, 39 

Cullen Dr., Life of, 447 

Cullum Rev. Sir J., History of Hawstead, 340 
Cumberland, Topography of, 331 
Cumberland Earl of, Life of, 446 

Voyage to the Azores, 369 

Cumberland Richard, Life of, 446 

Memoir of, 431 

Cumming Dr. W. F., Notes of a Wanderer, 

349 
Cunningham A., Lives of Painters, &c., 447 

Sir Marmaduke Maxwell, &c., 261 

Songs of Scotland, 261 

Cunningham J., Poems, 262 
Cunningham Rev. J. W., Cautions to Conti- 
nental Travellers, 173 

Observations on Friendly Societies, 158 

Cunningham P., Two Years in New South 

Wales, 349 
Curate's Appeal to the British Legislature, 27 
Curran Rt. Hon. J. P., Life of, by W. H. 

Curran, 436 

Note on, 441 

Currency, Essay on the, 141 
Curtis J., British Entomology, 204 
Curtis Wm., Obs. on British Grasses, 211 
Curwen J. C, Speeches on the Poor Laws, 

158 
Cuvier Baron, On the Revolutions of the 

Surface of the Globe, 199 

Fossil Osteology, 199 

Theory of the Earth, trans, by Kerr, 199 

• Le Regne Animal, 204 

Animal Kingdom, by E. Griffith, 204 

Animal Kingdom, abridged by H. 

M'Murtrie, 204 
Memoirs of, by Mrs. R. Lee, 436 

- Memoir of, 436 

Daily Bread, A Prayer for Knowledge, 
&C., 27 

Dallas Rev. A., Look to Jerusalem, 62 

Dallaway Rev. J., Discourses upon Architec- 
ture, 228 

Dalton J., Chemical Philosophy, 193 

Damer Anne, Life of, 447 

Damer Hon. Mrs. G. L, D., Tour in Greece, 
&c. , 349 

Dampier's Account of New Holland, 371 

Account of the Philippines, 371 

Danby Earl of. Life of, 445 

Dandini's Voyage to Mount Libanus, 371 

Dandolo Count, Art of Rearing Silk Worms, 

204 
Dangers of the Country, 127 
Daniel, Improved Version of, by T. Wintle, 3 
Daniel S., History of England, 398 
Poems, 262 



Daniell J. F., Chemical Philosophy, 193 

Meteorological Essays, 195 

Dante Alighieri, La Divina Commedia di, 
261 

The Vision, trans, by Cary, 261 

The Inferno, trans, by Wright, 261 

Life of, 447 

D'Anville's Geography, 326 

D'Arblay Madame, Diary and Letters of, 436 

D'Arcy Rev. M., Funeral Oration, 39 

Daru P., Histoire de Venise, 398 

Darwin Dr., Phytologia, 232 

Daschkaw Princess, Memoirs of, 436 

Daubeny Archd., Charges, 39 

Daubeny Rev. C, On the Bible Society, 86 

On the Society for Christian Knowledge, 

86 

On Regeneration, 62 

Daubeny Dr. C. , Description of Volcanoes, 

199 
D'Aubigne J. H. M., History of the Reform- 
ation, 18 . 
Daulien G. H., Address to the Catholics of 

Scotland, 39 
Davenant Sir W., Poems, 262 

Life of, 446 

Davenport R. A., History of the Bastile, 398 

David J. , Modem Greek Grammar, 251 

Davies C. M. , History of Holland, 398 

Davies Rev. E., Celtic Researches, 328 

Davies J., First Impressions, 350 

Davies Sir J., Poems, 262 

Davies Thomas, Life of Garrick, 438 

Davies T., Agriculture of Wiltshire, 230 

Davies W., Agricultural Survey of Wales, 230 

Davis J. F., The Chinese, 350 

Davison A., Obs. on the Third Report of the 

Commissioners of Military Enquiry, 235 
Davison Rev. J., Discourses on Prophecy, 39 
Davy Sir H., Agricultural Chemistry, 193 

Chemical Philosophy, 193 

Consolations in Travel, 171 

On the Safety Lamp, 192 

Salmonia, 205 

Life of, by Dr. Paris, 436 

Davy J., Account of Ceylon, 350 
Dawes Richd., Miscellanea Critica, 251 
Dawson B., Philologia Anglicana, 256 
Dealtry Dr. W., Sermons, 40 

The Church and its Endowments, 40 

Review of Mr. Norris's Attack upon the 

Bible Society, 86 

Principles of Fluxions, 186 

Debrett J., Peerage of Scotland and Ireland, 

423 
Debtor and Creditor, Obs. on the Law of, 96 
De Butt's Lieut., Rambles in Ceylon, 350 
Decay of Trade, &c.. Cause and Cure of, 148 
De Chaste, Voyage to Tercera, 369 
Decius, Letters on Trinidad, &c. , 253 
Decker C, Art of Penwork, 235 
Declaration of Faith and Practice, 62 
Declaration of Religious Sentiments, 62 



486 



INDEX. 



Declaration of the People of England to the 
King, 127 

Declaration (On the) of the British Govern- 
ment, 9th Jan., 1813, 100 

Decus et Tutamen, 141 

Deeds and Wills, &c., Establishment of 
Offices for the Registry of, 95 

Defence of the Realm, Acts to provide for 
the, 94 

De Foe D., History of the Plague in 1665, 
282 

•— — Robinson Crusoe, 291 

Life and Times of, by Wilson, 436 

Memoir of, 431 

De Geer Baron, Memoir of, 436 

Dekker T., A Knight's Conjuring, edited by 

Rimbault, 318 
De la Beche H. T., Geological Manual, 200 

How to Observe ; — Geology, 200 

Geology of Cornwall, &c. , 200 

Deleuze M., Hist, and Desc. of the Museum 

of Nat. Hist. , and Royal Garden, at Paris, 

238 
Delille J., Les Jardins, 261 
De Lisle, 279 

Dell John, Sermon at Reepham, 40 
De Lolme J. L., On the Constitution of 

England, 103 
Deloney Th., Poems, &c., 318 
Delpla A., French Drama, 251 
De Montfort, 279 
Demosthenes, 304 

Orations, trans, by Leland, 301 

Denham Major Dixon and Capt. Clapperton, 

Travels in Africa, 350 
Denham Sir J., Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Denison E., Sermons before the University 

of Oxford, 40 
Dennis J., Subversion of Materialism, 182 
Denny Henry, Monographia Anoplurorum 

Britannise, 463 

Monographia Pselaphidarum, &c., 205 

Denon Vi,vant, Voyage dans la Basse et la 

Haute Egypte, 350 
Depping G. B., Histoire du Commerce entre 

le Levant et 1' Europe, 14,1 
De Pradt M., Lettre & un Electeur de Paris, 

93 
De Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium 

Eater, 278 
De Ranee Dom A. J. le B., Life of, by 

Butler, 436 
Derby James, Earl of, Life of, 430 
Derbyshire, Topography of, 332 
Derenzy Capt, Enchiridion, 220 
Derham Dr. Wm., Astro- Theology, 51 

Physico- Theology, 51 

Life of Ray, 455 

Dcr Kirchen und Staatsfreund an alle gute 

Deutche Christen, 27 
Deroches J. J., Notice sur relablissement de 

soupes existant & Geneve, 158 



De Roos Hon. F, F., Travels in the United 

States, 350 
Desaugiers M. A., 1' Homme aux Precautions, 

261 
Description des principaux ouvrages de Pein- 

ture et Sculpture de la Ville d' An vers, 223 
Descrizione del grande incendio del Vesuvio, 

200 
Destiny, 279 

De Vere Sir F., Life of, 446 
Devon, Remarks on the State of, 332 
Devonshire, Topography of, 332 
D'Haussez Baron, Britain in 1833, 350 
Dialogue entre Pierre et Thomas, sur la 

Puissance exerc6e par Pie VII, 27 
Diamond Cut Diamond, 103 
Dibdin C, Songs of, 261 
Dibdln Thomas, Reminiscences of, 436 
Dibdin Rev. Dr. T. F. , Tour in France and 

Germany, 244, 350 
Tour in England and Scotland, 244, 

350 
Introduction to the Knowledge of the 

Classics, 244 

The Library Companion, 244 

Literary Life, 436 

Dick Dr. Thomas, On the Improvement of 

Society, 177 
On the Mental Illumination, &c., of 

Mankind, 177 

Christian Philosopher, 62, 189 

Philosophy of Religion, 62, 173 

Philosophy of a Future State, 51 

Dickens Charles, Life of Grimaldi, 439 

Master Humphrey's Clock, 287 

Nicholas Nickleby, 288 

Oliver Twist, 289 

Pickwick Papers, 290 

Sketches by " Boz," 293 

Dickson R. W., Agric. of Lancashire, 230 
Dictionnaire de 1' Academic Fran9oise, 256 
Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles, 238 
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, 

edited by Dr. Wm. Smith, 463 
Diderot, (Euvres de Theatre, 261 
Die Beschwerden gegen den Bisthums-Ver- 

weser von Constanz, Freiherrn von Wes- 

senberg, 62 
Die Emennung eines Coadjutors fiir das 

Bisthum Konstanz, Scc, 63 
Die Europiiischen Staats-und Kirchengrund- 

sUtze in dem Geiste, unsrer Zeit dargesteilt, 

27 
DilferenceB about Religion, Discourse on the, 

63 
Digby Sir Kenelm, Private Memoirs of, 486 
Dillingham W., Poemata, 261 
Dillon Hon. H. A., Letter to the Deputation 

from the Catholics of Ireland, 127 
On the Necessity of Catholic Emancipa- 
tion, 127 
Dillon J. J., The Letters of Hibum-Anglus, 

127 



INDEX. 



487 



Dillon J. J., Suggestions for the considera- 
tions of an approaching Meeting of the 
British Catholics, 127 

Address to the Catholics of Ireland, 127 

Essay on the Coronation Oath, 127 

Dillon W., Poems, 263 

Dinarchus, 304 

Diocletian, Edict of, fixing a Maximum of 

Prices, 93 
Diodori Siculi, Bibliotheca Historica, 301 
Diodorus, Hist. Library, trans, by Booth, 301 
Diogenes Laertius, 301 
Dion Cassius, Hist, of, trans, by Manning, 301 
Dionysii Halicarnassensis, Opera, 301 
Dionysius Halicarnassensis, translated by 

Spelman, 301, 
Discussjon sur I'Etablissement et la Doctrine 

de I'Eglise Anglicane, 18 
Disney J., Remarks on the Bp. of Lincoln's 

Charge, 63 
D'Israeli 1., Curiosites of Literature, 312 

- Amenites of Literature, 312 

■ Life and Reign of Charles 1, 398 

Venetia, 297 

Vivian Grey, 297 

Wondrous Tale of Alroy, 298 

Dissenting Minister, Autobiography of a, 279 
Dissenting Teachers, Designs of, 64 
Distilleries with the Breweries, Letter oh the 

Competition of the, 144 
Distressed Settlers in South Africa, Report 

on the Relief of, 155 
Distresses of the Country, Real Cause of the, 

123 
Dix J., Life, &c., of Chatterton, 434 
Dobell P., Travels in Kamtchatka, &c., 350 
Dobree P. P., Adversaria, 251 
Doctor (The), 279 
Doddridge Dr, P., Correspondence and Diary 

of, 437 

Evil and Danger of Neglecting the 

Souls of Men, 63 

Dodington G. Bubb, Diary of, 398 

Dodsley R., Poems, 262 

Dodslev R. and J., Collection of Poems, 260 

Dodwell E., Tour through Greece, 350 

Doggett Thomas, Life of, 448 

Dolce L., Dialogue on Painting, 223 

Dolins Sir D., Charges to the Grand Jury of 

Middlesex, 163 
Dolomieu's Account of the Earthquakes in 

Calabria, 370 
Domestic Affairs, On the present Crisis of 

our, 114 
Donation Pamphlets, 312 
Don Esteban, 279 

Donn J., Hortus Cantabrigiensis, 211 
Donne Dr. J., Poems, 262 

Life of, 437, 449 

Donoughmore Earl of. Speech on the Peti- 
tions of the Irish Catholics, 127 
Donovan M., Domestic Economy, 220 
Treatise on Chemistry, 194 



Don Quixote, por Abellaneda, 280 
Dorset Earl of, Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Dorsetshire, Account of, 332 
Douce F., The Dance of Death, 223 
Douglas Hon. F. S. N., Essay on Ancient and 

Modern Greeks, 415 
Douglas Gavin, Life of, 448 
Douglas James, Advancement of Society, 173 

Prospects of Britain, 103 

Dover Lord, Life of Frederick II, 399 
Downing C. T. , The Fan-qui in China, 350 
Dowsing W., Journal of, 340 

Drake Sir F., Voyj^e of, 359 

Life of, 446, 448 

Drake Dr. Nathan, Essays, 313 

Literary Hours, 313 

Winter Nights, 313 

Evenings in Autumn, 313 

Noontide Leisure, 313 

Mornings in Spring, 313 

Memorials of Shakspeare, 251 

Shakspeare and his Times, 251 

Drama, Vindication of the, 273 
Draper Lieut. Col. E. A., Trial of, 95 
Drayton M., Poems, 262 

Life of, 446 

Drew S., Essay on the Human Soul, 182 
Drinkwater J., Hist, of the Siege of Gibraltar, 

398 
Dromgoole Dr., Speech delivered at the 

Catholic Board, 127 

Observations on the Speech of, 21 

Druery J. H., Notices of Great Yarmouth, 

338 
Drummond T., Discourses on the Lord's 

Supper, 40 

Address to the Unitarian Congregation 

at Ipswich, 40 

Discourses on the Origin of Evil, 40 

Drummond W., Poems, 262 
Drummond Sir W., Origines, 383 
Dryden John, Works, by Scott, 320 
Poems, 262 

Life of, 446, 448 

Life of, by Scott, 437 

Dublin University Magazine, 248 

Dubois the Abbe J. A., Letters on the State 

of Christianity in India, 63 
Dubois Cardinal, Life of, 445 
Duca; Historia Byzantina, 390 
Du Cange C, Hist. Byzantina, 389 

Gloasarium Latinum, 256 

Ducas T., Travels in Europe, 350 
Duchatelet A. J. B., De la Prostitution dans 

la Ville de Paris, 137 
DuChesne A., Hist. Norman. Script. Antiqui, 

402 
Duck S., Poems, 261 
Ducluzeau J. A. P., Hist. Nat. des ConfervcB 

des Environs de Montpellier, 21 1 
Dudley Earl of, Letters to the Bp. of Llan- 

daff, 437 



488 



INDEX. 



Dudley Lord, Speech on Slavery in the West 

Indies, 155 
Dudley Sir H. B., Address on Tythes in 

Ireland, 27 
Du Fresnoy C. A., Art of Painting, trans. 

by Mason, 223, 261 
Dugdale Sir Wm., Monasticon Anglicanum, 

328 

Hist, of Imbanking, 328 

Life, &c., of, 437 

Duigenan Dr., Speech on a Petition pre- 
sented in the name of the Catholics of 

Ireland, 127 
Dujardin Felix, Hist. Nat. des Zoophytes 

Infusoires, 463 
Duke Rev. R., Poems, 262 
Dumas J. L. A., Gumal et Lina, 281 
Dumont E., Recollections of Mirabeau, 451 
Dunallan, 280 

Dunbar R. N., The Cruise, 261 
Duncumb J., Agric. of Herefordshire, 230 
Dundas Rt. Hon. Henry, Letter to the Lord 

Lieut, of Norfolk, 107 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Dundas Lawrence, Awful Death of, 437 
Dunham S. A., Hist, of Denmark, &c., 398 

Hist, of Europe, 398 

Hist, of the Germanic Empire, 398 

Hist, of Poland, 398 

Hist, of Spain and Portugal, 398 

Dunlap Wm., Memoirs of C. B. Brown, 432 
Dunlop John, On Drinking Usages, 177 
History of Fiction, 252 

History of Roman Literature, 244 

Dunlop A., Sketches on Political Economy, 

137 
Dunn W.,Vansittart Plan of Finance, 141 
Dunsky H. D., On the Timber and Deal 

Trade, 141 
Dunton John, Life and Errors of, 437 
Du Pape et des Jesuites, 27 
Dupin Baron, Commercial Power of Great 

Britain, 141 

History and State of the Military Force 

of Great Britain, 167 

Proems du Constitutionnel, 93 

Duppa R., Life, &c., of Buonarroti, 432 

Durham, Account of, 332 

Durham Bp. of, Vindication of the Remarks 

on the Charge of the, 81 
Durham J. G., Outworks of Christianity, 51 
Dutch Usurpations, History of the, 403 
Dutchman's (The) Fireside, 280 
Dwelling- Houses, On the Means of Guarding 

against Fire, 228 
Dwight Dr. T., Travels in New England, 350 
Dyer G., Dissertation on Benevolence, 173 

On the English Constitution, 103 

Dyer Rev. J., Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Dymond J , Obs. on the Applicability of the 

Pacific Principles of the New Test, to the 

Conduct of States, 175 



Eadmeri Historia Novorum, 398 

Earle A., Residence in New Zealand, 350 

East India Company, Hints relative to its 
Charter, 143 

Hints respecting its Exclusive Privi- 
leges, 143 

East- India Register and Directory, 248 

East India Sugar, An Inquiry respecting, 
142 

East India Question, Letters of Gracchus on 
the, 142 

Letters of Probus on the, 142 

Ecclesiastical Supremacy of the Crown, 27 

Eclectic Review, 248 

Eddius, 401 

Eden Sir F. M., State of the Poor, 158 

Edgar S. , The Variations of Popery. 63 

Edgeworth Maria, Belinda, 276 

Castle Rackrent, 277 

Comic Dramas, 261 

Harrington and Ormond, 282 

Helen, 282 

Leonora, 286 

Letters for Literary Ladies, 177 

Modem Griselda, 287 

Moral Tales, 288 

Patronage, 289 

Popular Tales, 290 

Tales of Fashionable Life, 295 

Edgeworth R. L. and Miss, Essay on Irish 

Bulls, 252 

On Practical Education, 177 

Edgeworth R. L.,On Professional Education, 

177 

Memoirs of, 437 

Edinburgh Annual Register, 399 
Edinburgh Gazetteer, 326 
Edinburgh Literary Journal, 248 
Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 238 
Edinburgh Review, 248 

Reply to the, 180 

Edmeads Rev. W., National Establishment, 

National Security, 27 
Edmondson J., Body of Heraldry, 423 
Edrehi Rev. Dr. M., Account of the Ten 

Tribes, 383 
Education, Publications of the Central Society 

of, 177 
Minutes of the Committee of Council 

on, 179 

Obs. on Mr. Brougham's Bill on, 179 

Quarterly Journal of, 180 

(Academic) Thoughts on, 180 

Education of the Poor, Report of the National 

Society for the, 161 
Education for Holy Orders, On the present 

mode of, 34 
Edwards B., History of the West Indies, 399 
Edwards E., On the Evidence before the 

Committee on the British Museum, 419 
Edwards G., Scheme of Human Economy,103 
Edwards J., Inquiry respecting Freedom of 

Will, 182 



INDEX. 



489 



Edwards Rev. Mr., Conversion in New Eng- 
land, 63 

Effendi E., Travels in Europe, trans, by Von 
Hammer, 366 

Egede Hans, Description of Greenland, 350 

Egnatius, de Romanis Prineipibus, i3C7 

Egremont J., Obs. on the Mildew, 232 

Egypt, Antiquities of, 423 

Egyptian Antiquities, 424 

Ehrenmalm A., Travels of, 369 

Eisdell T. , First Principles of Christian Bap- 
tism, 27 

Eldon Ld., Speech on the Cath. Question, 128 

■ Historical Sketch of, 441 

Election and Reprobation, 63 

Elector's Remembrancer, 103 

Electors of Britain, Serious call to the, 113 

Electricity, Treatise on, 193 

Electro- Magnetic Engine, Account of the, 220 

Elford Sir W. , Remarks on the Game Laws, 
163 

Elgin Marbles, Memorandum on the purchase 
of the, 224 

Report on, 427 

Elgin and Phigaleian Marbles, 424 

Eliot Sir J., Life of, 443 

Elizabeth (Queen) and her Times, 413 

Ellerby T. S., Memorials of Neff, 432 

Elliot C. B., Travels in Austria, &c., 331 

Elliot F. P., Letters on the State of the 

Nation, 103 
Elliott H. v., Ordination Sermon at Norwich, 

40 
Ellis G., Specimens of Early Eng. Poets, 261 
Ellis Hon. G. A., Inquiries respecting the 

Earl of Clarendon, 413 
Ellis H., Original Letters, 413 
Ellis (The) Correspondence, 413 
Ellis J., Nat. Hist, of Corallines, &c., 203 

Nat. Hist, of Zoophytes, 203 

Ellis W., Tour through Hawaii, 331 

Polynesian Researches, 331 

History of Madagascar, 331 

Ellis Mrs., Women of England, 177 
Daughters of England, 177 

Sons of the Soil, 261 

■ Summer and Winter in the Pyrenees, 

331 
Elmes J., Letter on Promoting the Fine 

Arts, 228 
Elphinstone Hon. M., Account of Caubul, 331 

History of India, 399 

Elwes J. Esq., Life of, by Topham, 437 
Elwood Mrs. Col., Journey overland to 

India, 331 
Elyensis Thomas, 401 
Emancipation, a Dialogue, 128 
Emerson E. W., Essays, 313 
Emerson J., Letters from the ^gean, 331 
Emery John, Life of, 448 
Emmae Anglorum, Reginae Encomium, 402 
Empaytaz Henri- Louis, Considerations sur 

la Divinite de Jesus Christ, 63 



Enchiridion Botanicum, 211 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, sixth ed., 238 

Supplement to, 239 

Encyclopaedia Britannica, seventh ed., 239 
Encyclopedic Methodique, 239 

Enfield Wm., Hist, of Philosophy, 171 
England Rev. T. R., Life of O'Leary, 453 
England, Pictorial History of, 402 
England's Imminent Danger, and only Re- 
medy, 103 
England and Wales, Geological Map of, 327 
England and France, Social Life of, 177 
English Translations, 263 
Enquiry into the Duty of a Low-Church- 
man, 63 
Epictetus, Enchiridion of, trans, by Lady 

Montagu, 301 
Episcopacy considered, 28 
Epistle congratulatorie of Lysimachus Nica- 
nor. of the Society of Jesu, to the Cove- 
nanters of Scotland, 63 
Epistola ad C. H. in qua Liber Octavus 
Summce Controversiarum J. Hoombeeckii, 
qui est adversus Remonstrantes, refellitur, 
63 
Equitable Assurances, Account of the Society 

for, 166 
Erasmi Familiarium CoUoquiorum Opus, 173 
Erasmus, Extracts from, on War, 174, 173 

Life of, by Dr. Jortin, 437 

Life of, by Butler, 437 

Ercilla, Life of, 447 

Erskine Lord, Appeal on the subject of 

Greece, 118 

Defences of the Whigs, 103 

Letter on the subject of the Greeks, 

118 

Speech on Cruelty to Animals, 95 

Life of, 447 

Sketch of, 438 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Erskine T., Internal Evidence of Religion, 

51 
Erskine Hon, T., Causes, &c., of the War 

with France, 118 
Espinel Vicente, Life of, 447 
Esprit de r Encyclopedic, 239 
Essays written in the Intervals of Business, 

313 
Essays and Sketches of Life and Character, 

313 
Essex, Account of, 332 
Essex Earl of. Life of, 446 

Trial of, 398 

Este C, Journey through Flanders, &c., 351 

Estrada D. A. F., Defence of the Cortes, 119 

Elhelwerdi Chronica, 408 

Euenus, 305 

Euler L., Elements of Algebra, 186 

Euripides, Opera, Matthiae, 302 

Bacchae et Medea, Elmsley, 302 

Orestes, Medea, Hecuba, et Phoeni«s», 

Porson, 902 

3 Q 



490 



INDEX. 



Euripides, Traj^edies, trans, by Potter, 302 
Europe, Political Picture of, 121 
Eusebii Pamphili, Evangelica Praeparatio, 14 
Eusebii Pamphili et aliorum, Hist. Eccles,, 

18 
Eustace Rev. J. C, Answer to the Bishop of 

Lincoln's Charge, 28 

Tour through Italy, 351 

Eutropii Breviarium, 306 

Evagrii Hist. Eccles., 18, 23 

Evans Rev. R. W., Rectory of Valehead, 

291 

Tales of the Ancient British Church, 295 

Evans W. D., Legal Disabilities of Catholics 

and Dissenters, 128 
Evelyn John, Silva, 232 

Miscellaneous Writings, 321 

Memoirs of, Edited by Bray, 438 

Eventfijl Life of a Soldier, 438 

Excerpla de Legationibus ex script, variis, 

391 
Exclusives (The), 280 
Exhibition of the Equestrian Group of Monte 

Cavallo at Rome, 223 
Exmouth Adm. Vise, Life of, by Osier, 438 
Expeditious Instructor, 177 
Exportation, Letter on, 142 
Exposition de I'Etat des Freres Evangeliques 

de la Confession d'Augsbourg, 18 
Exposition, &c., relative to the Rupture with 

Spain, 119 
Eyes for the Blind, &c., 119 
Ezekiel, Improved Version of, by Archbp. 

Newcome, 3 

Fabee G. S., Difficulties of Infidelity, 51 

Horse Mosaicse, 51 

— — On the Patriarchal, Levitical, and 

Christian Dispensations, 10 
•^^ Prophecies relative to the 1260 years, 10 

■ Prophecy of the 70 weeks, 10 

—— Prophecies relative to Judah, &c., 10 
Fabyan R., Chronicles of Eng. and France, 

899 
Facciolati Jac, Totius Latinitatis Lexicon, 

256 
Facts addressed to Landholders, &c., 103 
Faction (The) Detected and Despised, 128 
Faction Unmasked, 128 
Factories, &c.. Bill to regulate the Labour of 

Children in, 418 
Failures, Thoughts on the Causes of the 

present, 149 
Fairfax Thos. Lord, Life of, 430 
Faithfuil Rev. J., Assize Sermon, 40 
Falconer T., Plan for Building twenty-five 

Churches, 28 
Falconer W. , On Dr. Cadogan's Dissertation 

on the Gout, 215 
Falconer Wm., Poems, 262 
Falkland, 280 
Family Library, 313 
Fanatic Blunders, 63 



Fane H. E., Five Years in India, 351 
Fanshawe Lady, Memoirs of, 438 
Faraday M., Chemical Manipulation, 194 

Researches of Electricity, 195 

Farey J., Agriculture of Derbyshire, 229 
Farmer H., On the Worship of Human Spi- 
rits, 89 

Farmer's Night-cap, 163 
Farquhar Geo., Life of, 446, 448 
Farren G., On the Report of the Finance 
Committee, 142 

On the Purchases of Land, &c., 167 

Farren Miss, Life of, 448 

Father Clement, 280 

Faulkner Sir A. B., Visit to Germany, 351 

Fauna Boreali- Americana, 205 

Faux W. , Memorable Days in America, 352 

Favell S., Speech on Reform, 104 

Speech on the Criminal Laws, 163 

. Speech on the Treaty between Russia, 

Austria, and Prussia, 119 
Fawcet J., The Art of War, 263 
Fawkes Rev. F., Poems, 262 
Fayerman A. T., Appeal in the Case of 

Eliz. Garrod, 215 
Feam J., Essay on external Perception, 183 

Letter to Prof Stewart, 183 

Review of the first Principles of Bishop 

Berkeley, &c., 183 

Feldborg A. A., Appeal to the English in 

behalf of Norway, 1 1 9 
Fell W., On Mr. Lancaster's System of 

Education, 177 
Fellowes C. , Excursion in Asia Minor, 352, 

425 

Discoveries in Lycia, 352, 425 

Fenelon F. , GEuvres Spirituelles, 64 

Les Adventures de Telemaque, 296 

Life of. 446 

Life of, by Butler, 438 

Fenn C, Compendium of the Funds, &c., 142 
Fenn Sir J., Original Letters, 415 
Fenton E., Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Ferber, Oryctography of Derbyshire, 369 
Ferguson Dr. A. , Essay on Civil Society, 325 
Ferguson J., Lectures on Mechanics, 192 
Ferrar Nich., Life of, 437 
Field Barron, Geographical Memoirs of New 

Soutli Wales, 353 
Field G., Analogy of the Phvsical Sciences, 

189 
iEsthetics, 189 

Ethics, 174 

The Third Organon Attempted, 183 

Tritogenea. 171 

Field Rev. W., Memoirs of Parr, 453 

Field Book, 227 

Field Naturalist, edited by J. Rennie, 197 

Fielding H., Amelia, 274 

' Adventures of Joseph Andrews, 274 

Hist, of Tom .Tones, 296 

Memoir of, 431 



INDEX. 



491 



Fifty Reasons which induced the Duke of 

Brunswick to abjure Lutheranism, 64 
Fiiicaja, Life of, 447 
Finance, Project of, 147 

Speech of the Chancellor of Exchequer 

on, 140 
Finances for 1813, Table of, 149 
Financial Mistatements, Reply to some, 147 
Finati Giov., Life of, trans, by Bankes, 438 
Findlater C, Agriculture of Peebles, 231 
Fingal Earl of. Letter to, by a Catholic Citi- 
zen, 180 
Finlayson G., Mission to Siam and Hue, 352 
Finlayson Dr. R., On Preserving the Health 

of Seamen, &c., 215 
Finn J., Sephardlm, 383 
Firth W., The Case of Ireland set at Rest, 104 

Letter to Edw: Rigby, Esq., Mayor of 

Norwich, 104 
Fish Association, Reports of the Committee 

of the, 161 
Fisher G , Companion to the Hist, of Eng., 

423 
Fisher John, Life of, 430 
Fitch's Voyage to Pegu, &c., 370 
Fitzgerald Lord E., Life of, by Moore, 438 
Fitz-James Duke of, Opinion of the proposed 

Law relative to Periodical Journals, 104 
Flamanville M. de, Chateau de Juvizy, 277 
Flaxman J., Lectures on Sculpture, 223 

Life of 447 

Flechier, (Eveque de Nismes) Oraisons 

Fun^bres. 40 
Fleetwood Bp., Chronicon Preciosum, 425 
Fleming Dr. J., Philosophy of Zoology, 205 

History of British Animals, 205 

Fleming R., Discourse on Papacy, 64 
Fletcher G., Poems, 262 

Fletcher James, Hist, of Poland, 399 

Fletcher Jos., Lectures on the Roman Catho- 
lic Religion, 64 

Fletcher J., Discourse on Personal Election, 
&c., 40 

• The Protestant Reformation Vindicated, 

40 

Fletcher Judge, Cliarge to the Grand Jury of 
Wexford, 164 

Letter on his Charge, 164 

Fletcher Mrs. Mary, Life of, by Moore, 438 
Fletcher P., Poems, 262 
Fletcher of Salton, Political Works, 104 
Fleury M. I'abbe, Corrections, &c., pour les 

nouveaux opuscules de, 28 
Fleury A. H. de. Memoirs of, 399 

Life of, 445 

Florida Blanca Count of, Life of, 445 
Flori Epitome Rerum Romanarum, 306 
Flower R., Abolition of Tithe recommended, 

Folkes M., Table of Eng. Gold Coins, 425 

Table of Eng. Silver Coins, 425 

Fontenelle M., Elcmens de la Geometrie de 

nfini, 186 



Fonthill Abbey, Account of, 341 

Guide to, 341 

Foote Sam., Life of, 448 

Forbes Edward, Hist, of British Starfish, &c,, 

206 
Forbes Major, Eleven Years in Ceylon, 352 
Forbes Sir C, Letters to, On the Suppression 

of Public Discussion in India, 104 
Forbes Sir Wm , Life of Dr. Beattie, 430 
Forby Rev. R., Vocabulary of East Anglia, 

256 
Ford J. , Dramatic Works, 263 
Fordun John de, Life of, 441, 448 
Foreign Literary Gazette, 248 
Foreign Quarterly Review, 248 

Rejoinder of the Proprietors, 252 

Forman Capt., Plan for Improving the Re- 
venue, 142 

Forster's Travels, 370 

Forster Rev. C, Life of Bp. Jebb, 442 

Mahometanism Unveiled, 89 

Forster T., Atmospheric Phenomena, 195 

Anatomy and Physiology of the Brain, 

&c., 215 

Causes, &c., of Pestilential Fever, 215 

Influence of the Atmosphere on Human 

Health, &c , 215 

Obs. on Insanity, 215 

On the Retreat of the Swallow, 206 

Application of the Organology of the 

Brain to Education, 177 

Letters of Locke, Sidney, &c., 438 

Forsyth J., Remarks on Antiquities, &c., in 

Italy, 352 
Forsyth W., On the Culture of Fruit Trees, 

232 
Portia's Travels in Sweden, 37 
Fosbroke T. D., British Monachism, 18 

Ency. of Antiquities, 425 

Foreign Topography, 426 

Foscolo Ugo, Essays on Petrarch, 252 

Lettere di Jacopo Ortis, 289 

• Life of, 447 

Fossil Fuel, the Collieries, &c., Hist, of, 200 
Foster John, Essays, 314 

On Popular Ignorance, 178 

Obs. on Rev. R. Hall, 440 

Foster J. L., Speech on the Laws against 
Catholics, 128 

Speech on the Catholic Petition, 128 

Fothergill Dr. John, Life of, 430, 447 
Fouche Jos., (Due d'Otrante,) Memoires de, 

438 
Fouque De la Mothe, Pierre Schlemihl, 293 

Peter Schlemihl, trans by E. de Rouil- 

lon, 293 

Fowler Bp., Design of Christianity, 64 
Fowler G., Three Years in Persia, 352 
Fox Rt. Hon C. J., Hist, of part of the 
Reign of James II, 399 

Letter to the Electors of Westminster, 

104 

Speech on the Irish Resolutions, 104 



492 



INDEX. 



Fox Rt. Hon. C. J., Speech on the Bill to 
Amend the Election of Members of Parlia- 
ment, 104 

Character of, 438 

Character of, by Dr. Parr, 438 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Fox John, Acts and Monuments, 19 

Fox Jos., A Scriptm-al Education the Glory 
of England, 178 

Fox W. J., Sermons, 40 

FoyGen., Hist, de la Guerre de la Peninsule, 
399 

Fra Diavolo, Oper Von Scribe, 263 

Fragmente In Beziehung die Koniglich 
Preussische Erkliirung an die allgemeine 
Reichsversammlung, in Betreff des zu 
Basel am 5ten April, 1795, geschlossenen 
Friedens, 352 

Fragments from German Prose Writers, trans, 
by Sarah Austin, 314 

Fragments of Ancient Poetry, trans, from the 
Gaelic, 314 

Francklin's Tour in Persia, 370 

Frankland Capt. C. C, Travels to Constanti- 
nople, 352 

Franklin Dr. B., Memoirs and Works, 321 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Franklin Jas., Present State of Hayti, 352 
Franklin Capt. John, Journey to the Polar 

Sea, 352 

Second Exped. to the Polar Sea, 352 

France, Letter on the Situation of, 119 
Lives of Literary and Scientific Men 

of, 446 

History of, 399 

Penal Code of, 93 

France A de. Prisoners of Abd-el-kader, 373 
Francis G. W., Analysis of British Ferns, 212 
Francis Sir P., On the Policy of Britain and 

the Allies towards Norway, 119 
Plan of Reform, 104 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Eraser's Magazine, 248 

Eraser J. B., Account of Persia, 353 
Journey in Khorasan, 352 

Persian Princes in London, 353 

• Tour through part of the Himala Moun- 
tains, 352 

• Travels on the Southern Banks of the 

Caspian Sea, 352 

The Highland Smugglers, 282 

The Khan's Tale, 295 

The Kuzzilbash, 285 

Frederick II, (King of Prussia,) Works, trans, 
by Holcroft, 321 

Life of, 448 

— — Historical Sketch of, 441 

Life of, by Lord Dover, 399 

Frederick the Great and his Times, edited by 

Campbell, 399 
Frederick Cesar, Voyages and Travels of, 359 
F"ree-thinking, Remarks upon a late Dis- 
course of, 74 



Freimiithige Beleuchtung, &c., liber Katho- 

lisch-Kirchliche Angelegenheiten, 28 
French Government, Letter on the Genius, 

&c., of the, 120 
Frend W., On Bishop Pretyman's Christian 
Theology, 64 

On the Atmosphere of London, 220 

Peace and Union recommended, 104 

Trial of, for publishing the above, 100 

The National Debt in its true Colours, 

142 
Friendly Address to all Reasonable Ameri- 
cans, 119 

Strictures on the above, 123 

Friendly Societies, Instructions for the Estab- 
lishment of, 167 

Frobisher's Three Voyages, 371 

Frobisher Sir M., Life of, 446 

Frossardus Joan., 408 

Froissart Sir J., Chronicles, 400 

Frost C, Remuneration of Witnesses in Civil 
Actions, 95 

Froude Rev. R. H., Remains of, 64 

Fry Car., Christ our Example, 61 

Death, and other Poems, 263 

The Listener, 314 

Fry Edm., Pantographia, 241 

Fry Eliz., Obs. on the Visiting, &c , of Fe- 
male Prisoners, 164 

Fry Eliz. and J. J. Gurney, Report respect- 
ing their Visit to Ireland, 169 

Fry J. S., History of Tithes, 28 

Fryer Dr. John, Account of India and Persia, 
353 

Fugitive Pieces, published by Dodsley, 314 

Fuller T., Church History, 19 

The Worthies of England, 438 

Funchal Comte de. Note Circulaire, 1 19 

Funnell Wm., Voyage of, 360 

Fuseli H., Lectures on Painting, 223 

Life of, 447 

Gainsborough, Life of, 447 
Galfridus Monumetensis, 408 
Galileo, Life of, 447, 448, 450 
Gallicanus Vulcatius, 307 
Gait John, Autobiography of, 438 

Ayrshire Legatees, 275 

Bogle Corbet, 276 

Eben Erskine, 280 

Last of the Lairds, 285 

Lawrie Todd, 285 

Lives of the Players, 448 

Ringan Gilhaize, 291 

Stanley Buxton, 284 

Stories of the Study, 294 

The Bachelor's Wife, 314 

The Member, 287 

The Stolen Child, 294 

Galvanism, Treatise on, 195 
Galvano A., Summary of Discoveries, 858 
Gamble J. , Sketches m Ireland, 353 
Game Laws, LettorF on the, 164 



INDEX. 



493 



Gandolphy Rev. P., Letters to tlie Rev. Dr. 

H, Marsh, 28 
Letter relative to Sir J. C. Hippisley's 

conduct at Rome, 28 

Vetoism Illustrated, 28 

Ganilli M. C. , Financial Situation of France, 

142 
Gaol at Fisherton Anger, Rules, &c. , of the, 

163 
Gaols, &c. , Act relating to, 93 

Report on the State, &c., of, 165, 420 

Gardener's (The) Magazine, 232 

Gardiner Mr. , Answer to a Pamphlet of Mr. 

J. Poole, 233 
Gardiner Capt. A. F., Journey to the Zoolu 

Country, 333 
Gardiner H., Absenteeism, 167 
Gardiner R., Letter to Sir H. Harbord, 104 
Gardiner W., Music of Nature, 223 

Music and Friends, 223 

Gardner J., Student's Guide to the Inner 

Temple, 93 
Gardner T., Account of Dunvvich, Blithburgh, 

and Southwold, 340 
Garnet's Account of the Drosacks, 369 
Garrick David, Life of, 448 
Memoirs of, by Davies, 438 

Private Correspondence of, 438 

Garrison W. L., On African Colonization, 133 
Garth Sir S., Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Gascoigne G., Poems, 262 

Gascoigne H. B., Old Views of Society 
Revived, 138 

Pauperism, its Evils and Burdens Re- 
duced, 138 

Gaspari und Bertuch, Allgemeine Geogra- 

phische Ephemeriden, 326 
Gaussen L., Theopneustia, 34 
Gay J., Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Geary W., Letter to E. T. Booth, Esq., 178 
Gell Sir W., Journey in the Morea, 353 
General Excise Considered, 142 
Genesius Josephus, De Rebus Constantinop. , 

389 
Genlis Mme. de, Hist, de Henri le Grand, 

400 
Le Siege de la Rochelle, 293 

Palmyre et Flaminie, 289 

Memoirs of, 439 

Genoude E., Voyage dans la Vendue, 333 

Gentleman's Magazine, 248 

Geographical Society, Journal of the, 239, 

326 
Geography, Treatises on, 326 
Geological Society, Trans, of the, 239 
George 111, Memoir of, 431 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

George IV, Historical Sketch of, 441 
Gerard Capt. A., Attempt to penetrate by 

Bekhur to' Garoo, 362 
German War, Considerations on the, 1 18 



Germany, Ramble in, 367 
German Romance, Specimens of, 281 
Gervasius, Monachus Dorobornensis, 401 
Geschichte der Staatsrechtlichen Verhiiltnisse 

der Schweizerischen Eidgenossen — Erstes 

Biindchen, 400 
Gesner Conrad, Memoir of, 439 
Gesta Dei per Francos, 388 
Gesuita Rev. Padre P. , Lettere al, 69 
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall of the Roman 

Empire, 383 

Miscellaneous Works, 321 

Gibbons G., Life of, 447 

Gibbs Lord Chief Justice, Historical Sketch 
of, 441 

Gibbs Jas , Life of, 447 

Gibson Dr. E., Codex Juris Eccles. Angli- 
can i, 93 

Gibson Bp. , Danger and Mischiefs of Popery, 
64 

Gideon, " The Mighty Man of Valour," 40 

Giffard E., Visit to the Ionian Islands, &c., 
333 

Gifford J., Abs. of the Acts of the 4th Geo. 1 V, 
93 

Acts of the 3th Geo. IV, 93 

Gilbart J. W , Hist. &c., of Banking, 142 
Gilbert D., Statement of the Bullion Ques- 
tion, 142 

Gilbert Jos., Life of Dr. Williams, 461 
Gilbert Rev. J., The Christian Atonement, 64 
Gilbert L. T., Le Nouveau Solitaire, 293 
Gilchrist O., On the Poetical Character of 

Pope. 232 
Gildas, 401, 408 
Gill Dr. J., Sermon, 41 
Gill T., The Technical Repository, 239 
Gillies Dr. J., Hist, of Ancient Greece, 383 
Gillingwater E., Account of Lowestoft, 340 
Gillman James, Life of Coleridge, 433 
Gillow Rev. T., Catholic Principles of Alle- 
giance Illustrated, 128 
Gilly Rev. W. S., Excursion to Piemont,853 

Waldensian Researches, 333 

Memoirs of Neff, 432 

— — The Peasantry of the Border, 463 
Gilpin Bernard, Sermon before Edward VI, 
41 

Life of, 437, 449 

Gilpin Wm., Lives of the Reformers, 44" 

On Forest Scenery. 224 

On parts of Cambridge, Norfolk, &c., 

223,328 
Ginguene P. L., Hist. Litteraire d' Italic, 244 

Letters on Rousseau, 234 

Giraldus Cambrensis, 393 

Girdlestone J. L., Sketch of the Foundaticn 
of the Christian Church, 64 

Gisborne T., Essays, 64 

Gisborne T., Jun., Letter to Dr. Phillpotts, 
128 

Cladstone W. E , Church Principles consi- 
dered in tlieir Rc^ult.s, 28 



4i)4 



INDEX. 



Gladstone W. E., The State in its Relation 
with the Church, 104 

Glas's Hist, of the Canary Islands, 372 

Gieig Rev. G. R., British Army at Washing- 
ton, 406 

Chelsea Hospital and its Traditions, 312 

Chelsea Pensioners, 277 

Country Curate, 278 

Germany, Bohemia, 8:c., 353 

History of India, 400 

Life of Hastings, 440 

Life of Munro, 452 

Lives of Military Commanders, 446 

May You Like "it, 287 

The Subaltern, 458 

The Hussar. 283 

Veterans of Chelsea Hospital, 297 

Gloucester Bp. of, Sermon. 41 

Gioucestei-shire, Account of, 332 

Glover Rev. G., Answer to a Clergyman's 

Letter to T. \V., Coke, Esq., M.P., 104 
Charge at the Primary Visitation of, 41 

Observations on Pauperism, 158 

• Reply to Forby's Letters to the Bp. of 

Nonvich, 86 

Thoughts on the Property Tax, 142 

Glover R., Poems, 262 

Glycse Michaelis Annales, 390 

Goderich Lord, Letter to, on an Alliance be- 
tween Eng. , France, and the Netherlands,1 19 

Godwin F. , Life of Queen Mary, 400 

Godwin F., de Prsesulibus Anglise, 19 

Godwin Rev. B., Lectures on the Atheistic 
Controversy, 51 

Godwin W., Caleb Williams, 277 

Cloudesley, 278 

History of the Commonwealth, 400 

On Population, 158 

Thoughts on Man, 183 

Goerres Professor, Germany and the Revolu- 
tion, 119 

Goethe, Faustus, &c., 263 

Theory of Colours, translated by C. L. 

Eastiake, 191 

Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship, 298 

Memoirs of, written by himself, 439 

Characteristics of, 439 

Goez, Travels of, 370 

Goguet Antoine- Yves, Origine des Lois, ^c, 
384 

Golden Rule, 174 

Goldoni C, Chef d'CEuvres Dramatiques de, 
264 

. Life of, 447 

Goldsmid F. H., On the Civil Disabilities of 

• British Jews, 128 

Goldsmith L., On the Appointment of Can- 
ning to the Foreign Department, 103 

Goldsmith Dr. O., Mi.«ccl. Works, 321 

Poems, 262 

The Deserted Village, 264 

The Vicar of Wakefield, 297 

Memoir of, 431 



Goldsmith Dr. O., Life of, by Prior, 439 
Goldsmith O., The Rising Village, 264 
Gongora, Life of, 447 
Gonzales' Voyage to England, 369 
Gooch Dr., Life of, 447 
Gooch Rev. W., Agriculture of Cambridge- 
shire, 229 
Good Dr. J. M., Book of Nature, 197 
Letters on the Tread- Wheel, 164 

Study of Medicine, 216 

Memoirs of, by Dr. Gregory, 439 

Goodfellow Robin, Pranks and Jests of, ed. 

by CoUyer, 318 
Goodman Dr. G., Court of James I, &e., 439 
Good Old Cause, further discussed, 105 
Gordon Sir C, Life, &c , of Lord Byron, 

433 
Gore Mrs., Greville, 281 

Preferment, 290 

Gorgias, 304 

Gorleston and Southtown Magazine, 248 

Gorton J., Biographical Dictionary, 431 

Topograj)hical Dictionary, 328 

Gosse P. H , Canadian Naturalist, 197 
Gouda, Painted Windows in the Church at, 

223 
Gough R. , Coins of Canute, 425 
Gourbillon J. A. de, Voyage Critique k I'Etna, 

353 
Gourgaud Gen., Napoleon and the Grand 

Army in Russia, 400 
Government of the Church, Treatise on the, 35 
Govett Rev. R., Isaiah Unfulfilled, 210 
Gower J., Poems, 262 
Grabe J. E., Vetus Testamentum, 2 
Grabii J. E., Spicilegium Patrum, 14 
Grace Darling, 281 

Grace S., Memoirs of the Grace Family, 439 
Grafton's Chronicle, 400, 401 
Graham Miss, Voyage to Brazil, 353 

Residence in Chile, 353 

Grjham Sir J., Com and Currency, 142 
Grainger Dr. J , Poems, 262 

Grammar of tlie Tahitian Dialect, &c., 252 

Grammar Schools considered, 178 

Grand Juries, Charges to, delivered at Wor- 
cester, from 1760—76, 95 

Grand Parade, or the Triumphant Criminal, 
105 

Granger Rev. J., Biographical Hist of Eng., 
431 

Grant A., The Nestorians, 10 

Grant — , Random Recollections of the Com- 
mons, 319 

Random Recollections of the Lords, 319 

The Great Metropolis, 315 

Grant Dr. J., Account of the Yellow Fever 

at Gibraltar, 216 
Grant Dr. R. E., Comparative Anatomy, 216 
Grant Sir R. , Sacred Poems, 264 
Grant Sir Wm., Historical Sketch of, 441 
Granvelle Cardinal, Life of, 445 
Granville A. B., On Prussic Acid, 194 



INDEX. 



495 



Granville A. B.,On the Quarantine Bill, 216 
Travels to St. Petersburg, 353 

Spas of Germany, 353 

Spas of England, 329, 353 

Granville George, Life of, 448 

Grattan Henry, Speeches on the Catholic 
Question, 128 

Historical Sketch of, 441 

Memoirs of, 439 

Grattan T. C., Agnes de Mansfeldt, 274 

Heiress of Bruges, 282 

Highways and By-ways 282 

History of the Netherlands, 400 

Jacqueline of Holland, 284 

Legends of the Rhine, 285 

Traits of Travel, 296 

Graves Rev. R., Spiritual Quixote, 294 
Gray Mrs. H., Tour to the Sepulchres of 

Etruria, 426 
Gray Rev. R., Key to the Old Test., 10 
Gray S . On the Production of Weahh, 167 
Gray's Elegv, translated into Latin Verse, by 

Hickie, 264 
Gray T., Poems, 262, 264 

Life of, 448 

Great Britain, Political State of, 400 
Greatheed S , Sermon on the Death of \Vm. 

Cowper, 41 
Grccs et les Turcs, Considerations sur la 

Guerre actuelle entre les, 118 
Greece, History of 384 
Greeks, An Appeal in behalf of the, 119 
Greeks and Ramans, Treatise on their Arts, 

&c., 426 
Green C. , History of Bacton, 335 
Green M., Poems, 262 
Greene John, Reminiscences of Rev. R. Hall, 

440 
Greenhow T. M., On Remunerating the 

Surgeon Apothecary, 216 
Greenville Sir R., Lite of, 446 
Greenwood F. W. P., Essay on the Lord's 

Supper, 28 
Gregg Wm., Transactions during his impri- 
sonment in Newgate, 112 

Answer to the above, 100 

Gregor F., Remarks respecting the Catholics, 

128 
Gregorius, 304 
Gregory Dr. J., State and Faculties of Man, 

&c.,*183 
Gregory Dr. O., Oration at the Anniversary 

of the Philos. Society of London, 189 
Treatise on Mechanics, 192 

Memoirs of Dr. J. M. Good, 439 

Memoir of Rev. R Hall, 440 

Grenfell J., Obs. on a Copper Coinage, 142 
Grenfell P., Speech on the Sinking Fund, 

143 
Grenville Lord, On the Claims of the Catho- 
lics, 129 

Speech on the Regency Bill, 105 

More Talents Still, 105 



Grenville Ld., Historical Sketch of, 441 
Gresswell Rev. E., Harmony of the Gospels, 4 

Harmonia Evangelica, 4 

Grey Capt, G., Expeditions in Australia, 354 
Grey Lady Jane, Memoirs of, by Nicolas, 

400 
Griesbach J. J. , Novum Test. Greece, 3 
Griffin G., Gisippus, 264 

The Collegians, 278 

The Rivals, &c., 291 

Grigor J., The Eastern Arboretum, 232, 335 

Grimaldi Joseph, Memoirs of, 439 

Grimm Baron de, et Diderot, Correspondance 

Litteraire, 244 
Grimshawe Rev. T. S., Memoir of Richmond, 

455 
Grindal Abp. E , Life of, by Strype, 439 
Grotius H., De Veritate Religionis Chris- 

tianee, 51 
Grotius Hugo, de Jure Belli ac Pacis, 91 

Life of, by Butler, 439 

Grounds on which the Church of England 
separated from the Church of Rome, re- 
considered, 65 

Remarks on the above, with a Reply, 74 

Guardian, 309 

Guardian Society, Address to the, 174 
Guarini B., II Pastor Fido, 264 

Life of, 447 

Guest R. , History of the Cotton Manufacture, 

221 
Guicciardini F., Istoria d' Italia, 400 

Life of, 447 

Guignes M. de, Obs. on the Philippine 

Islands, 371 
Guildford Lord, Life of, 447, 453 
Guillon I'abbe A., Pepin-le-Bref et le Pape 

Zacharie, 19 
Guizot M., Hist, de la Revolution d'Angle- 

terre, 400 

Washington, trans, by Reeve, 460 

Gulielmi Conquestoris, de Vita, 393 
Gulielmus Gemiticensis, 393 
Gulielmus Neubrigensis, 408 

Gunn Rev. \V., Cartonesia, 224 

Measures in alleviation of Agricultural 

Distress 143 

Gunpowder Plot, 398 

Gurney J. J., Religious Peculiarities of the 
Society of Friends, 65 

Essay on the Discipline of the Primitive 

Christians, &c., 463 

Essays on Christianity, 51 

Letter to a Friend, 51 

Biblical Notes, 10 

On the Portable Evidence of Christi- 
anity, 51 

Remarks on the Sabbath, 65 

Speech on Slavery, 153 

Winter in the West Indies, 153, 354 

Journey in North America, 354 

Notes on Prisons, 164 

Minor Works, 321 



49G 



INDEX. 



Gustavus III, Historical Sketch of, 441 
Gutzlaff Rev. C, Voyages along the Coast of 
China, 354 

• China Opened, 354 

Chinese History, 384 

Gwinn Nell, Life of, 448 

Gymnastic Exercises, Instructions in, 178 

Habershon M., On the Prophetic Scrip- 
tures, 10 

Habington J., Hist, of the Reign of Edw. IV, 
400 

Habington W., Poems, 262 

Hack Maria, l/cctures at Home, 191 

Hackney, Literary and Philos. Society of, 
Regulation of the, 245 

Haitho, Prince of Armenia, Travels of, 358 

Hakewill J.jOn Elizabethan Architecture, 228 

Hale Sir M., Primitive Origination of Man- 
kind. 51 

Life of, 437, 447 

Life of, by Bp. Burnet, 439 

Memoirs of, by Williams, 439 

Hale \Vm. , Letter on the Distresses of the 
Poor of Spitalfields, 159 

Halen Don Juan Van, Imprisonment by the 
Inquisition, &c., of, 439 

Hales Rev. Dr. W. , Analysis of Chronology, 
&c., 10, 384 

Tenets of the Romish Hierarchy, 65 

Halford Sir H., Essays and Orations, 216 

On the Deaths of Eminent Persons, 216 

Halhed N. B. , Prophecies of Rich. Brothers, 
29 

Haliburton .ludge. Bubbles of Canada, 101 

The Clockmaker, 278 

Letter- Bag of the Great Western, 286 

Halifax Earl of, Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Hall Bp., Works of, 65 

Poems, 262 

Life of, 437 

Hall Capt. B., Journal written on the Coasts 
ofChili, &c.,354 

Travels in North America, 354 

Forty Etchings, 354 

Voyage to Java, China, &c., 354 

Fragments of Voyages and Travels, 854 

Patchvrork, 354 

Schloss Hainfeld, 354 

Hall Col. F.. Present State of Colombia, 354 
Hall G. B., On the Grovrth of Corn and Wool, 

232 
Hall Lieut. J., Trial of, 236 
Hall Rev. Robert, Reviews, 252 

Sermons, 41 

Speech at a Bible Meeting, 86 

Entire Works, by Gregory, 321 

. Reminiscences of, by Greene, 440 
Hall Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ireland, 854 
Hall Mrs. S. C, Sketches of the Irish Cha- 

racter, 294 
The Buccaneers, 277 



Hallam H., Europe during the Middle Ages, 
400 

Constitutional History of England, 400 

Introd. to the Literature of Europe, 245 

Haller Baron Albert Von, Memoir of, 440 
Haller C. L. de, Lettre k sa famille pour lui 

declarer son retour a I'eglise Catholique, 66 
Hallett Jos. , Paraphrase of the Hebrews, 10 
Halls J. J., Life of Henry Salt, 456 
Hamel J. B. du, Regise Scientiarum Acade- 
mic Historia, 237 
Hamel's Travels in Korea, 370 
Hamilton Lord Arch., On the late and present 

Administrations, 1804, 105 
Hamilton Capt., Men and Manners in Ame- 
rica, 364 
Hamilton Eliz., Cottagers of Glenbumie, 278 

Letters of a Hindoo Rajah, 286, 316 

Letters on Education, 178 

Letters to the Daughter of a Nobleman, 

178 

Popular Essays, 178 

— Memoirs of Agrippina, 428 

Memoirs of Modern Philosophers, 287 

Memoirs of, by Benger, 440 

Hamilton F. , Account of Nepal, 354 
Hamilton J., Letter to Sir W. Garrow, 216 
Hamilton W., East India Gazetteer, 826 
Hamilton's Letters on Ireland, 369 

Account of the East Indies, 370 

Hammond Dr. H., Paraphrase of the Neiv 

Testament, 11 

Life of, 437 

Hammond J. , Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Hampden J., Memorials of, by Lord Nugent, 
400 

Life of, 445 

Hampden Rev. R. D., Philosophical Evidence 
of Christianity, 51 

Hampshire, Account of, 333 

Hanbury B. , Memorials relating to the Inde- 
pendents, 19 

Hancock T., The Principles of Peace exem- 
plified, 175 

Hand- Book for India and Egypt, 355 

Han d'Islande, 282 

Hanger Col. Geo., How 150,000 men may be 
acquired in two months, 235 

Plan for the Formation of a Corps, 2-35 

Hardy Lieut. R. W. H., Travels in Mexico, 355 
Hardy Thomas, Memoir of, 440 

Hardy, Tooke, Thelwall, and others. Remarks 

on the Acquittal of, 108 
Hardyng J., Chronicle of England, 401 
Hare Rev. A. W., Sermons to a Country 

Congregation, 41 
Harford J. S., Life of Bp. Burgess, 432 
Harleian Miscellany, 315 
Harlow G. H., Life of, 447 
Harmer Rev. T., Obs. on Scripture II 
Works, 66 

Sermon on the Death of, 45 



INDEX. 



497 



Haro Louis de, Life of, 445 
Harpe J. F. de la, Lycee, 245 
Harrington J., Works of, 105 
Harris J., Miscellanies, 321 
Harris Rev. Dr. J., Mammon, 66 

The Great Commission, 463 

Harris CaptW. C.,Wild Sports of Africa, 355 
Harris W., Lives of James I, Charles I, &c., 

401 
Harrison Wm., On East India>built Shipping, 

419 
Hart Charles, Life of, 448 
Hart R., Medulla Conciliorum Magnae Bri- 

tanniae et Hibemiae, 19 
Materialism brought to the Test of 

Reason, 183 
Harte Rev. W., Poems, 262 
Hartley D., Observations on Man, 174 
Of the Truth of the Christian Religion, 

52 
Hartshome Rev. C. H., Salopia Antiqua, 339 
Harvey C, Charge to the Grand Jury of 

Norwich, 1793, 95 
Harvey Dr., Life of, 447 
Hassall C, Agricult. of Monmouthshire, 230 
Hassell's Tour to the Isle of Wight, 369 
Hastings Lady F., Poems, 264 
Hastings Marquess of, Administration of the 

Indian Government, 1813—23, 143 
Hastings Warren, Memoirs of, by Gleig, 440 
Hausset Madame du. Private Memoirs of, 440 
Hauy M. R. J., Natural Philosophy, 189 
Hawker Lieut Col. P., Instructions to Sports- 
men, 227 
Hawkesbury Lord, Speech on the Catholic 

Petition, 129 
Hawkesworth Dr., Almoran and Hamet, 274 
Hawkins Dr. Edw., Bampton Lectures for 

1840,463 
On the Objects and Uses of the Histori- 
cal Scriptures of the Old Testament, 41 
Hawkins H., Reform the Ruin of Parliament, 

105 
Hawkins Sir J. , Life of, 446 
Hawkins Sir R., Life of, 446 
Hay W., Essay on Deformity, 314 
Haydn J., Dictionary of Dates, 384 
Haydn and Mozart, Lives of, 440 
Haydon Mr., Description of his Picture of 

Christ's entry into Jerusalem, 223 
Hayley Wm., Life, &c., of Cowper, 435 
Haynes Joseph, Life of, 448 
Hayter Bp., Sermon, 4 J 
Hayward Sir J., Life of Edward VI, 401 
Hazlitt Wm., Life of Napoleon, 395 

Literary Remains, 321 

Conversations of Northcote, 453 

Head Major F. B., Life of Bruce, 431 

Journeys across the Pampas, 355 

Head SirG., Forest Scenes in North America, 
355 

Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau, 

346 



Head Sir G., A Home Tour, 855 

Headley H., Beauties of Ancient English 

Poetry, 264 
Hearne Thomas, Life of, 449 
Heath C, Accounts of Persfield and Chepstow, 

334 
Heath's Account of the Scilly Islands, 369 
Heathfield R., Plan for the Liquidcition of 

the Public Debt, 143 

Observations on Trade, 143 

Heber Bp., Journey through India, 355 

Hymns, 264 

Poems, 264 

Life of, by his Widow, 440 

Last Days of, by Robinson, 440 

Heberden Dr., Life of, 447 

Hecker J. F. C, The Black Death in the 

Fourteenth Century, 216 
Hederici B., Lexicon Gr. et Lat., 256 
Heeren A. H. L., Manual of Anc. Hist., 384 

Asiatic Nations, 384 

Ancient Nations of Africa, 384 

Political History of Ancient Greece, 120 

Political System of Europe and its Co- 
lonies, 120 

Helon's Pilgrimage to Jerusalem, 282 
Hemans Mrs., Forest Sanctuary, &c,, 264 

Records of Women, &c., 264 

Songs of the Affections, 264 

Poetical Remains of, 264 

Memorials of, 440 

Hemming J., Mineral Water in Gloucester, 

194 
Henderson A., History of Wines, 315 

Life and Times of, 19 

Henderson Rev. E., Book of Isaiah, 2, 11 

Divine Inspiration, 66 

Great Mystery of Godliness, 7 

Henderson John, Life of, 448 

Henderson Capt. J., Agricult. of Caithness, 

231 
Henley Lord, Plan of Church Reform, 29 
Henningsen Captain C. F., Campaign with 

Zumalacarregui, 401 
Heuricus Huntingdoniensis, 408 
Henry IV, V, and VI, History of, 403 
Henry Patrick, Life of, by Wirt, 440 
Henry Rev. Ph., Life of, 437, 440 
Henry Dr. R., History of Great Britain, 401 
Henryson Robert, Life of, 448 
Henslow Rev. J. S., Principles of Botany, 212 
Hentzner P., Journey into England, 314 
Herald of Peace, 248 
Heraldic Anomalies, 423 
Herbelot M., Bibliothdque Orientale, 239 
Herbert ( Lord) of Cherbury, History of Henry 

VIII, 401 

Life of, 440 

Herbert George, Life of, 437, 449 
Hereditary Depravity, Letters on, 69 
Herefordshire, Account of, 333 
Heriot George, Memoirs of, 440 
Hermit in Edinburgh, 315 

3 S 



498 



INDEX. 



Herodes Atticus, 304 

Herodiani Historia, Irmischii, 302 

Opera, Schweighseuseri, 302 

Herodote, Histoire, trad, par Larcher, 302 
Herodotus, trans, by Beloe, 302 
Herrera, Life of, 447 
Herrick R. , Poetical Works, 264 
Herschel Sir J. F. W., On the Study of Na- 
tural Philosophy, 189 

Treatise on Astronomy, 190 

Hertfordshire, Account of, 333 

Hervey Lady Mary Lepel, Letters of, 440 

Herzberg Graf, v., Neues Worterbuch der 

Politik, 120 
Hesiodus, 305 

Hesiod, Works, trans, by Cooke, 302 
Hewitson W. C, British Oology, 206 
Hey Wm., Life of, by Pearson, 440 
Haywood J., Life of, 446 
Heywood T., A Marriage Triumph, 318 
Hibbert S., Philosophy of Apparitions, 183 
Hickes George, Ling. Vet. Septentrionalium 

Thesaurus, 256 
Higden R., Historia Britan., 401 
Higgins G., Horae Sabbaticse, 66 

On the Corn Laws, 143 

Higgins W. M., Alphabet of Geology, 200 

The Earth, 200 

High Church Claims Exposed, 29 
Highmore A., On Registering Charitable 

Donations, 159 
Hilbers H. G., Statement of, 95 
Hill B. E., Home Service, 441 
Hill Sir Richard, Life of, by Sidney, 441 
Hill Rev. Rowland, Mature Reflections and 

Devotions of, 66 

Notes of his Preaching, 41 

Village Dialogues, 297 

Life of, by Sidney, 441 

Hill Rowland, Post Office Reform, 143 
Hill S., Plan for Reducing the Poor's Rate, 

159 
Hillary Sir W., On Preservation from Ship- 
wreck, 167 
On the Improvement of the Metropolis, 

228 
^-^ Plan for a Steam Life Boat, &c., 221 

Sketch of Ireland in 1824, 105 

Hindoos (The), Account of, 355 
Hindoostanee Tongue, Essay on the, 241 
Hinds Rev. Sam., Hist, of Christianity, 463 

The Catechist's Manual, 463 

Hinton J. H., History and Topography of the 

United States, 355, 401 
■ Hints for Certain Reviewers, 252 
Hippisley Sir J. C, Speeches on the Catholic 

Claims, 129 

Letters on ditto, 129 

Historia Galf. Vinesalir, 401 

HistoriiE Anglicanse Scriptores varii, ed. 

Sparko, 401 
HiBtoriie Anglicans Scriptores X, cur& 

Twysd n, 401 



Historise Britannica; et Anglicanse Script. 

XX, cura Gale, 401 
Historiae Byzantina; Script, post Theophanem, 

390 
Historise Coenobii Burgensis, Script, varii, 

401 
Historiae Croylandensis Continuatio, 401 
Historical Parallels, 415 
Hoare C, On the Grape Vine, 232 
Hoare Sir R. C, History of Wiltshire, 341 
Hobbes T., De Mirabilibus Pecci, 332 

Works, 321 

Hobbii T., Hist. Eccles. Carmine Elegiaco 

Concinnata, 264 
Hobhouse Sir Ben., On Inclosure Acts, &c., 

419 
Hobson Rev. L. J., On the Circulation of the 

Scriptures, &c , 86 
Hobson Rev. S., The Christian Schoolmaster, 

67 
Hodgson A., Comparative Expense of Free 

and Slave Labour, 153 
Hodgson Rev. Dr., Life of Bp. Porteus, 454 
Hodgson Captain S., Truths from the West 

Indies, 355 
Hoffman C. F., Wild Scenes, 355 

Winter in the Far West, 355 

Hofland T. C, Angler's Manual, 227 
Hogan Major, Appeal to the Public, &c., 236 
Hogarth G., Memoirs of the Musical Drama, 

224 

Musical History, &c., 224 

Hogarth W., Original Engravings, 224 

Life of, 447 

Hogg J., Poetical Works, 264 

Hogg T. J., Two Hundred and Nine Days, 

355 
Holcroft Thomas, Life of. 448 
Holden Rev. G., The Christian Sabbath, 67 
Holder W., Discourse concerning Time, 190 
Holdsworth A. H., On the Situation of the 

Country, 105 
Holford G., Speech on the Employment of 

Prisoners, 164 

On the Criminal Pri.sons, 164 

Holland, Account of the Poor Colonies, &c., 

of, 159 
Holland H., Agriculture of Cheshire, 229 
Holland Dr. H., Medical Notes and Reflec- 
tions, 216 
Hollings J. F., Life of Cicero, 434 
Holman J., Voyage Round the World, 356 
Holstein Gen., Memoirs of Bolivar, 395 
Holt J., Agriculture of Lancashire, 230 
Holl Joseph, Memoirs of, by Croker, 441 
Holy Alliance, Declaration of England against 

the Acts, &c., of the, 118 
Home Sir E., Comparative Anatomy, 216 
Homcri Opera, Ernesti, 302 

• Ilias, Heyne, 302 

Homer, Iliad and Odyssey, trans, by Pope, 

302 
trans, by Cowper, 302 



INDEX. 



499 



Homer, Iliad and Odyssey, trans, by Pope, 
with Notes by Wakefield, 464 

Iliad, trans, by Sotheby, 302 

Translations from, by Dryden, 302 

Works, Essay towards a Trans, of, by 

Scott, 302 

Essay on, by Wood, 255 

Homilies of the Church of England, 41 
Hone W., Aspersions Answered, 265 
On Ancient Mysteries, 29 

Political Christmas Carol, 264 

The Every-Day Book, 315 

The Man in the Moon, &c., 264 

Hood T., Jack Brag, 284 

Love and Pride, 286 

Maxwell, 287 

Peregrine Bunce, 465 

Precepts and Practice, 290 

Sayings and Doings, 292 

The Parson's Daughter, 289 

Tylney Hall, 297 

Up the Rhine, 297 

. Whims and Oddities, 298 

Hooke N., Roman History, 384 
Hooker R., Ecclesiastical Politic, 29 

Sermons, 41 

Life of, 437, 449 

Hooker Dr. W. J., British Jungermannise, 212 

. Companion to the Botanical Mag., 211 

Tour in Iceland, 212, 356 

Hooper Bp., Life of, 437 
Hope Thomas, Anastasius, 274 
Costume of the Ancients, 426 

Essay on Architecture, 228 

Hoppner John, Life of, 447 
Horse Romanse, 4 

Horatii Opera, Bentleii, 302 

Opera, Baxteri, &c., 302 

■ • Epistoloe, with Notes, &c., by Hurd, 303 

Horace, Works, trans, by Francis, 303 

CEuvres, avec notes par Dacier, 303 

Translations from, by Dryden, 303 

Home Bp. , Commentary on the Psalms, 1 1 

Works, 67 

Home Rev.T. H., Biblical Bibliography, 245 

Introduction to the Scriptures, 7 

Compendious Introd. to the Bible, 7 

Romanism Contradictory to the Bible, 67 

Homer, Historical Sketch of, 441 
Horsemanship, Hints on, 227 

Horsley Bp., Biblical Criticisms, II 
Book of Psalms, 2 

Sermons, 41 

Sermons on the Resurrection, &c., 41 

Speeches, 129, 419 

Tracts, 67 

Horsley J., Britannia Romana, 329 
Hortense, (Duchesse de St. Leu,) Memoires 

de, 441 
Horticultural Register, 232 
Horticultural Society of London, Charter and 

Bye- Laws of the, 232 
Transactions of the, 239 



Horton R. W., Letter on the Catholic Ques- 
tion, 129 

Speech on the Election of Mayor, &c., 

of Newcastle, 105 

Hoskins G. A. , Visit to the Great Oasis, 356 
Hoste Capt. Sir W., Memoirs of, 441 
Hough Rev. Dr. J., Life of, by Wilmot, 441 
Hough Rev. J., Reply to the Letters of the 

Abbe Dubois, 67 
Houghton P., Sermon, 42 
House of Commons, Index to the, 1808, 418 

List of the, 1814, 418 

List of its Members, 1823, 417 

Analysis of the, 1823, 417 

Journals of the, 422 

Reports from Committees of the, 422 

House of Lords, Journals of the, 422 

Calendar of the Journals, 422 

Housman Rev. R., Life, &c., of, 441 
Hoveden Roger de, 408 

How to Observe, 315 

Howard Lord, Life of, 446 

Howard H., Remarks on the Catholic Reli- 
gion, 67 

Howard John, Life of, by Taylor, 442 

Howard L., A Cycle in the Seasons of Britain, 
464 

Howard P., Address to the Abps. and Bps. of 
England and Ireland, 29 

Howard Dr. R. B., Morbid Effects of Defi- 
ciency of Food, 216 

Howe John, Life of, by Rogers, 442 

Howe Richard Earl, Life of, by Barrow, 442 

Howes Rev. F., Miscel. Poetical Translations, 
303 

Howick Vise. , Speech on the Change of Ad- 
ministration, 106 

Howitt W., Book of the Seasons, 197 

Colonization and Christianity, 153 

Rural Life of England, 315 

Student Life of Germany, 356 

Visits to Remarkable Places, 329 

Huber Francis, Memoir of, 442 
Hudson G., Flora Anglica, 212 

Hudson J. C, On Chimney Sweeping, 174 
Hufeland C. W., Art of Prolonging Human 

Life, 216 
Hug's Introduction to the New Testament, 7 
Huggins W.,. Sketches in India, 356 
Hughes Griffith, Nat. Hist, of Barbados; 206 
Hughes John, Itinerary of Provence and the 

Rhone, 356 

Poems, 262 

Life of, 448 

Hughes Rev. Jos., Memoir of, by Leifchild, 

442 
Hughes Rev, T. S., Address in the cause of 

the Greeks, 120 

On the Greek Revolution, 120 

Letter to G. Higgins, 66 

Remarks on "An Essay on the Eternity 

of the World, by a Sceptic," 52 

Hull Dr. R., Notes on the Morbid Eye, 216 



500 



INDEX. 



Hull Rev. W., Discourses at his Ordination 
in the Congregational Church, Norwich, 42 

. Duty of Christians towards Civil Rulers, 
42 

Consolations of Christianity, 42 

■ Ecclesiastical Establishments, 29 

On Calvinism, 67 

Hulsean Lectures, 42 

Human Economy, True Original Scheme of, 

107 
Human Sacrifices in India, Appeal by the 

Society for the Abolition of, 151 
Humblet le Chanoine, La Nouvelle Jerusalem 

delivree, 120 
Humboldt Alex, de, Essay on New Spain, 403 

Essay on Rocks, 200 

— — Personal Narrative, 356 

Recueil d'Observations de Zoologie, &c. , 

216 

Researches, 384 

Travels and Researches of, 356 

et A. Bonpland, Recueil d'Observations 

de Zoologie, &c., 206 
Hume D., Essays and Treatises, 313 

History of England, 403 

Hume G. S., Alice, and other Tales, 274 
Hume Mr., Resolutions relative to the State 

of the Nation, 106 
Humfrey Lieut. Col. J. H., British Legion in 

Spain, 403 
Humphreys J., English Laws of Real Pro- 
perty, 96 

Letter to E. B. Sugden, 96 

Hunt J., Mutual Love Recommended, 42 

Translation of Elijah Considered, 42 

Hunt Leigh, A Legend of Florence, 265 

Byron and his Contemporaries, 442 

The Indicator, 315 

Hunt T. F., Exemplars of Tudor Architecture, 

228 
Hunter Dr., Life of, 447 
Hunter G. ,Nummorum veterum descriptio,425 
Hunter John, Memoir of, 442 
Hunter John D., Captivity among the Indians, 

442 

Defended, by Norgate, 442 

Hunter W. P., Expedition to Syria, 403 
Huntingdon Sclina Countess of, Life of, 442 
Huntingdonshire, Account of, 333 
Huntingford Bp., Charge, 42 
Letter to Lord Somers, 106 

Petition of the English Catholics, consi- 
dered, 130 

Hurd Richd., Introd. to the Prophecies, 7 
Hurd Bp., Moral and Political Dialogues, 315 

Sermons, 42 

Husenbcth Rev. F. C, Discourse at the Fu- 
neral of the Baroness StaflFord, 42 

Huskisson W., On the Depreciation of our 
Currency, 148 

Speech on the State of the Finances, 

&c„ 143 

Hus* John, Life of, 449 



Hutchinson Lord, Speech on the Catholic 

Question, 130 
Hutton Dr. C, Philos. and Mathematical 

Dictionary, 189 

Recreations in Mathematics, 187 

Hutton Dr. J., Theory of the Earth, 200 
Biographical Account of, 442 

Hutton W., History of the Roman Wall, 829 

Life of, 442 

Huxhara Dr., Life of, 447 

HydeT. Veterum Persarum Religionis Hist. ,89 

Idler, 309 

Iffland W. A., The Foresters, 267 
Immediate not Gradual Abolition; 153 
Impeachments, Review of the Arguments in 
favour of the Continuance of, notwithstand- 
ing a Dissolution, 112 
Imperial Gratitude, 120 
Imperium in Imperio, 130 
Important Considerations for the People, 106 
Impressment, Letter to W. Wilberforce on, 92 

Right and Practice of, considered, 92 

Inchbald Mrs. , British Theatre, 265 

Collection of Farces, 266 

Modern Theatre, 266 

Nature and Art, 288 

Simple Story, 293 

Independent Dissenters, Letters to a Congre- 
gation of, 69 

India, (British), Account of, 403 

India, Correspondence in, between the Country 
Powers and the Company's Servants, 120 

Letter on an Open Trade to, 142 

Narrative of a March in, 366 

Proceedings in Parliament, &c., on the 

subject of the Payments to the Troops 
serving in, 236 

View of the Present State, &c., of the 

Free Trade and Colonization of, 156 
Industry amongst the Labouring Classes, Re- 
marks upon a Bill for Promoting, 160 
Inglis H. D., The Channel Islands, 356 

Journey throughout Ireland, 356 

Journey through Norway, &c., 356 

The Tyrol, 356 

Rambles in the Footsteps of Don 

Quixote, 356 

Ingram Dr. J., Memorials of Oxford, 339 

Saxon Chronicle, 403 

Ingram R. A., The Causes of the Increase of 

Methodism and Dissension, 42 
Ingratitude, History of. 106 
Ingulfi Croylandensis Historia, 401 
Ingulphus, 408 
Inheritance (The), 283 
Innes J. B., Cursory Oba. on '• Baptismal 

Regeneration, by Rev. Wm. Hull," 67 

Eccles. Establishments Indefensible, 29 

Memorials of Mrs. Inncs, 442 

Inquirer (The), 248 

Insect Architecture, 206 
Insect Transformations, 206 



INDEX. 



501 



Insect Miscellanies, 206 
Insects, Natural History of, 206 
Inspector (The), 248 
Insurance against Robbery, 167 
Interference of the British Legislature in the 

Internal Concerns of the West India Islands 

deprecated, 154 
Ireland J., Letter to H. Brougham, Esq., 

M.P., 167 

The Claims of the Establishment, 42 

Ireland, Evidence on Tithes in, 419 

Evidence on the State of, 419 

— — Hints to the Legislature, for Removing 

the Causes of the Discontents in, 105 

Historical Songs of, ed. by Croker, 318 

Letter to Sir F. D'lvemois on, 107 

Letters to the English People on, 108 

Observations on the State of, 1 10 

On the Condition of the Poor in, 159 

Remarks on the Evils of, 106 

Report on the Prisons of, 421 

Report on Tithes in, 421 

Sketch of the State of, 113 

Thoughts on the Disturbances in, 114 

Irish Charitable Society, Sketch of, 168 
Irish History, Sketches of, and Considerations 

on the Catholic Question, 134 
Irish Language, Attempts to circulate the 

Scriptures in the, 87 
Irish (Native), Memorial on behalf of the, 179 
Irish Oratory, 130 
Irving Rev. E. , Examination of the Writings, 

&c., of, 67 

Orations, 42 

Irving J. T., Hunters of the Prairie, 283 

Indian Sketches, 356 

Irving W., Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey, 

309 

The Alhambra, 274 

Astoria, 275 

Bracebridge Hall, 276 

Conquest of Granada, 403 

History of Columbus, 356, 435 

Voyages of the Companionsof Columbus, 

356 

Knickerbocker's New York, 285 

Legends of Spain, 285 

Letters of Jonathan Oldstyle, 286 

The Sketch Book, 293 

Tales of a Traveller, 295 

Tour on the Prairies, 378 

Isaacson H., Life of Dr. Andrews, 429 

Isaeus, 304 

Isaiah, New Translation of, by Bp. Lowth, 2 

translated by Henderson, 2 

translated by Govett, 2 

Isle of Wight, Account of the, 333 

Isocratis, Opera, Augeri, 303 

Israelites, Memoires sur I'^tat des, 131 

Italy as it is, 357 

Italy, Spain, and Portugal, Lives of Literary 

and Scientific Men of, 447 
Iturbide Don Augustin de, Life of, 403 



lu-Kiao-Li, a Chinese Novel, 284 

Ives John, Garianonum of the Romans, 335 

Ivimey J., Lecture on Slavery, 154 

Jack of Newbury, History of, 461 

Jackson J., On Wood Engraving, 224 

Life of, 447 

Jackson J. R. , What to Observe, 357 

Jackson R., On the Increase of Crime, 164 

Jacob W., Causes of Agricultural Distress, 
143 

Report on Agriculture and the Trade in 

Com, 143 

Jacobs P., Additamenta Animadversionum in 
Athensei Deipnosophistas, 252 

Jago Rev. R., Poems, 262 

Jahn Dr. J., Hist, of the Hebrew Common- 
wealth, 384 

James the First, Life of, 448 

James E., Exped. to the Rocky Mountains, 
357 

James G. P. R. , Ancient Regime, 274 

Attila, 275 

Corse de Leon, 278 

Damley, 279 

De L'Orme, 279 

Desultory Man, 279 

Gentleman of the Old School, 281 

Henry of Guise, 282 

Henry Masterton, 282 

History of Charlemagne, 403 

Life of Richard Coeur-de-Lion, 403 

Lives of Foreign Statesmen, 443 

Man at Arms, 286 

Morley Ernstein, 464 

One in a Thousand, 289 

Philip Augustus, 289 

Richelieu, 291, 465 

The Gipsey, 281 

The Jacquerie, 284 

The King's Highway, 285 

The Robber, 291 

James Major, Universal Toleration, 29 
James Dr. T., Sermons, &c., 43 
James W. , Naval Hist, of Great Britain, 403 
Jameson Mrs., Characteristics of Women, 315 

Handbook to the Public Galleries, 224 

Memoirs of Female Sovereigns, 450 

Rambles in Canada, 357 

Social Life in Germany, 267 

Visits and Sketches, 315 

Jameson R., System of Mineralogy, 200 
Jameson R. G., New Zealand, South Austra- 
lia, &c., 357 

Jameson Dr. T., On Cheltenham Waters, 

&c., 216 
Jameson, Wilson, and Murray's Narrative of 

Discovery in Africa, 357 
Jamesone George, Life of, 447 
Jamieson R., Popular Ballads and Songs, 267 
Japan, Diary on the Coast of, 370 
Japanese, Manners and Customs of the, 357 
Jardine Sir W. , The Naturalist's Library, 207 



502 



INDEX. 



Jardine Sir W. and Selby P. J., Illustrations 
of Ornithology, 206 

Jebb Rev. J., Sacred Literature, 11 

Jebb Bp., Life of, by Forster, 442 

Jebb Bp. and Alex Knox, Correspondence, 
ed. by Forster, 442 

Jee Rev. T., On the Management of the 
Poor, 159 

JefFeries Lord, Life of, 447 

Jefferson Thos., Memoirs, &c., of, ed. by 
Randolph, 442 

Jeffreys N., Conduct of the Prince of Wales, 
106 

Jemmett H. , On Ricardo's Political Economy, 
&c., 137 

On Arrest for Debt, 96 

Jenkin T. , Examination of the Free Inquiry, 
&c., 67 

Jenkins T., Catalogo di Monumenti Scritti 
del Museo del Signor, 245 

Jenkinson's Travels in Bucharia, 370 

Jenner Dr. E., Life of, 447 

Life of, by Baron, 442 

Jennerian Society, Plan, &c., of the, 219 

Jenyns Rev. L., Manual of Vertebrate Ani- 
mals, 206 

Jenyns S., Poems, 262 

Jeremiah, by Blayney, 2 

Jennent Rev. Dr., Life of Abp. Leighton, 
444 

Jerome of Prague, Life of, 449 

Jerrold D., Bubbles of the Day, 267 

Cakes and Ale, 462 

Jervis Sir J. J. W., Rise, &c., of the Ancient 
Christian Church, 19 

Jesse Capt., Notes of a Half-pay, 357 

Jesse Edw., An Angler's Rambles, 315 

■ Day at Hampton Court, 334 

Day at Windsor and Eton, 330 

Gleanings in Natural History, 198 

Jesuits, Brief Account of, 20 

Bulls for the Suppression and Re-estab- 
lishment of the, 20 

Jewell Bp., Apology for the Church of Eng- 
land, trans, by Rev. S. Isaacson, 29 

Life of, 437 

Life of, by C. W. le Bas, 442 

Jewish Intelligence, 464 

Jewitt J. R., Adventures of, 357 

Jews, Instruction and Conversion of the, 85 

Naturalization of the, 130 

History of the, 384 

Conversion of the, 72 

Reports of the Society for Promoting 

Christianity amongst the, 86 
Joan. Wallingford, 401 
Joanna of Sicily, Historical Life of, 404 
Job, Book of, trans, by T. Scott, 2 

trans, by S. Lee, 2 

Jocelyn Lord, Six Months with the Chinese 

Expedition, 404 
Jodrell Sir R. P., Carmina Selecta, 267 
t Dover, 267 



Joelis, Chronographia, 390 

Johannes Brompton, Journallensis, 401 

Johannes, Prior Hagustaldensis, 401 

John Bull, 106 

Johns R., The Schoolfellows, 293 

Johnson A., Lucina sine Concubitu, 314 

Johnson Rev. A., Account of the English 

Translation of the Bible, 7 
Johnson E., Life, Health, and Disease, 217 
Johnson Dr. J. , On Morbid Sensibility of the 

Stomach, &c., 217 

Economy of Health, 217 

Change of Air, 357 

The Recess, 357 

Johnson Dr. S., English Dictionary, 256 
Essay concerning Parliaments, 106 

Marmor Norfolciense, 106 

Poems, 262 

Rasselas, 291 

Works, by Murphy, 321 

Memoir of, 431 

Life of, by Boswell, 443 

Life of, by Boswell, with Additions by 

Croker, 443 
and Mrs. Knowles, Dialogue between, 

62 
Johnsoniana, 443 
Johnston Dr. David, Public Education in 

France, 178 
Johnston Dr. G., History of British Sponges, 

&c., 206 
Johnstone Chas., Memoir of, 431 
Johnstone Chev. de, Memoirs of the Rebellion 

in 1745, 404 
Johnstone Dr. J., On the Power of Mineral 

Acid Vapours to destroy Contagion, 217 
Johnstone Mr., Speech on the Gold Coin 

Bill, 144 
Joint- Stock Banks, Report on, 421 
Joint- Stock Companies, Speeches on, 144 
Jones E., Address to Bankers, &c., on Book- 

Keeping, 186 
Defence of the Convention concluded 

in Portugal, Aug 30, 1808, 120 
Jones Dr. E. G., Effects of Eau Medicinale 

d'Husson in the Gout, 217 
Jones Capt. G. M., Travels in Norway, &c., 

357 
Jones Inigo, Life of, 447 
Jones John, Attempts in Verse, 267