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Catalogus Blbliotheca Harkian^ : 

O R, A 

CATALOGUE 

Of the remaining Part of the 

Library of the late Earl oi OXFORD. 
V O L. V. 

CONTAINING, 

A Choice Series of B O O K S, in all Faculties j 

AND THE 

Particular Hiftories and Antiquities of the Principalities and 
Towns of England, Ireland, &c. with many private State 
Pieces, in MSS. 

The Royal Classicks in Ufum Delphinl, in Quarto; the Elzevir 
Claflicks, bound in Morocco ; the Pocket Clafficks, by Stephens, 
Colinaus, Seb. Gryphius, and other the moft eminent Printers. 

A Set of the Journals of the Houfe of Lords in 105 Vols. 

The moft magnificent and capital Collection of PRIN TS of 
the greateft Matters, in above 500 Volumes, in the richeft Bindings ever 
expofed to Sale ; amongft which are Holler's Works, 1 2 Volumes, the 
like not to be met with ; the largeil Colledion of Heads ever feen, 
bound in 102 Volumes in Ruffia Leather, to.be fold together or feparate. 
Vandycke's Works, 5 Volumes, I'uppofed to be the cpmpleateft Set in 
Europe ; the Works of VifTchers, Julio Romano, old Hemskirk, Martin 
de VofTe, Sylvefter, Rembrant, Le'^^nyn, Raphael, Sir P. Paul Rubens, 
Corregio, and Caravagio ; Carl ~ rti, Pet. Tefxa, Michael Angelo, 

Sir G. Kneller, Domenichini, Va -jlen, and others of the greateft 

Matters. 

Books of Architeflure, Medals, Painti. Voyages, and Natural 
Hiftory ', mott of the ancient Phyficians Boo.. ' Anatomy and Surgery ; 
Bleau's Atlas coloured } the beft and fcatcefl b. .cionaries and Lexicons j 
and a compleat Set of Common Law. 

Which will begin to be fold very cheap, the Pi ice marked im 
each Book, at T. Osborne's in Grays-Inn, on the twenty 
fecond Day of y^/nV, 1745, and continue felling till the 
firft of July. 



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INDEX C A p I T u M. 



FOLIO. 

J? O OKS of Prints^ Sculpture, and Drawings, Page i 

Libri Clajfici, Poelici, Critici, Grammatici, Leaica (^ Bib- 

Uothecari^, Grace fc? Latine, • 32 

Englijh Books of Geography, Chronology, general Hijiory, and 

Hijlory of various Nations, particularly Great Britain and 

Ireland ; Voyages and Travels, Philofophy, Trade, Natural 

Hijiory, Phyfick, Surgery, and Mathematicks ; Poetry and 

Romances -, Tranjlations from the Greek and Latin Authors ; 

ArchiteSlure, Sculpture, and Painting; Heraldry^ Divinity 4 

Ecclefiajiical Hijiory, and MifcellanieSy — 50 

Libri Graci t? Latiui, > 85 

Livres Franfois, 1 1 5 

Libri Italici & Hifpanici, 6? variis Linguis Hodiernis, 124 
Englijh Canon, Civil, Common, and Statute Law, 1 34 

Q^ U A R T O. 

Libri ClaJJici, Poetici, Critici, Grammatici, Lexic£ 6t Biblio^ 

thecaria, .Grace ^ Latine, 139 

Englifh Books, " n^^ 

Libri Latini, ' 232 

Livres Francois, • 2 74 

Libri Italici (^ Hifpanici, 285 

Books of Prints, 294 

Englijh Law, . 295 



OCTAVO. 



OCTAVO. 

Lihi Claffld, Poelici, Hijloricty Gramma tid, £j? Lexici, 309 

318 

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421 

— 339 
444 



Englijh Books, 
JLibri Latine £sf Grace, — 

Livres Franfois, > 

Libri Italia (^ Hifpanici, 
Common, Civil, and Canon Law, 




BOOKS 



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BOOKS of Prints, Sculpture, and Drawwg^^ 

Folio. 



1 "I ^ I V E very ancient Vie\vs of the Caflle of St. Angelo, graved 

&-^ by Duchetti ; a fine Print of Ponto Roto, by Neuland ; five 
JL Views of St. Peters, by Oriandi and others ; 4 of the Rotondo by 
Ant. Salamanca ; the Baptillry of Conllantine, by Lafrey ; the Mau- 
foleum of Adrianus and Auguftus, by Duchetti ; 6 Views of the 
Amphitheatres of Rome, by Lafrey, JEn. Vico and others ; 8 of the 
Circus's and Ports of Rome, by Duchetti ; 38 of ancient Palaces, 
Temples, Triumphal Arches, Ruins, &c. 9 of the Antonine and 
Trajan Column, by different Gravers ; 10 of ancient Obelisks, 5 
of the Sepulchre of Seilus and others ; 3 of ancient Infcriptions ; 
the great Fountain at Bologna, with feveral others, pafted on Royal 
Paper, and bound together. 

2 One hundred eighty-two Drav/ings, by Geo. Vafari, Carlo Marat, and 

other Mailers, neatly pafted on royal Paper, in a large Port Folio. 

3 Four fine Wood Prints, after Guido ; 2 Landskips, by the fame ; an Al- 

ter-piece by Parmigiano ; Chrift taken down from the Crofs, after Ra- 
phael ; 3 Lunators by Sim Cantorini ; Lucretia after Guido, by Du- 
pu-Is ; the Prodigal Son, by Pet..Tefta ; the Angel and Shepherds, after. 
Baffam, by Ant. Sadler ; the Lali Judgment, after Vanni, by Corni 
Corte ; a Man tormented by Devils, after Michael Angelo ; Chrift and 
the two Thieves, after Tjntoret, by Mathan ; Diftribucing the Rofaria, 
by Carlo Maratt ; a fine Etcliing of our Saviour in the I'emple, by L. 
Caroche ; a fine Lmdskip by Muciani ; the Pelt, by Pouffin ; Birds 
and Beafts, by Barlow and others ; with above three hundred others, 
after Ant. Tempefta, Sprangers, Le Page, P. Veronefe, Teniers, 
Vander Meulen, Perello, and Sylveller, pa_^ej on Royal Paper, in a 
large Port Folio. 

4 A fine Drawing of the Farnefe Bull; two Boys, by C D'Arpinoj a 

Woman holding a Vaffe, by M, Angelo ; 2 after the Stile of M. An- 
gelo ; with one hundred and thirty others, by different Mafters, pajled 
on Royal Paper in a Port Folio. 

5 Views of the Churches, King's Palaces, Noblemen's and Gentlemen's 

Seats, and all thepublick Buildings in Sweden, <^ vol. bound in luhite 
Cal'ves Leather, ixith a liro<id Border of Gold on the Sides. 

6 Adam and Eve. and two others, after Raphael ; Chrift in Purgatory, 

after Albert Durer, by M. Antonia ; 2 of the Flood, after Raphael, 
by Bonaconi ; feveral Landskips after Salvator Rofa, by Goupy ; Jo- 
feph and Benjamin, and Noah's Sacrifice, after Raphael, by Bona- 
coni, with a large CoUedion of others after Bloemart, Hemskercke, 
&c. hound in red Morocco, and gilt on the Leaies. 

7 Abraham's Sacrifice, by Albert Durer ; a David after Julio Romano ; ditto 

after Domenichini j the Judgment of Solomon, after Rubens ; the 

1 emple of Solomon, with a great Number of Figures, by Parmen- 

A tiar ; 



2 P R I N T S, Sic. 

tiar J 8 §t. Michaels, after Guido and others;, the Samaritan Wo- 
man, after Mich. Angelo ; the four Rounds of Domenichino in the 
Church of St. Sylvefter on Monto Cavallo, engraved by Audran and 
'].icotr)0 Fraij ; the Fail of Dagan, after Raphael ; the Salutation, 
by Geo. Mantuano ; a Feaft, by Ant. Sadeler ; with feveral others 
after Salvatpr Rofa, C. d'Arpino, by Raph^ Guido, Goupy, and 
. others; bound i ft red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 
6 A fine Etching of the Scourging of St. Andrew, after Domenichino, by 
Carlo Maratt ; a Bacchus, after Spagnolatto, by Settaben ; Prifon 
Torments, after Julio Romano, by Ant. Salamanca ; the Venus's of 
Auguftinc'Carache, with feveral others after Raphael, Albert Durer, 
Mich. Angelo, Tintoret, and Pet. Tefia, bound in red Morocco, gilt 
on the Lea'ves. 

9 Hager and a A-Iadona, after S. G. Knerler, by Simon ; 9 Landskips 

after Brille and others ; a Man fmging, by Oftade ; feveral fine Met- 
zotintas, by different Mafters ; the Cartoons, after Raphael, by Tar- 
dieu ; St. Jerom in Claro Obfcuro, after Caracche, by Kirkall ; the 
Adultrefs, ditto, after Julio Romano, by the fame ; a Storm, after 
Vanhuyfum, by Kirkall ; ^neas carrying his Father, after Raphael ; 
with feveral others after different Mailers, by Cooper, Smith, Schench, 
and others ; bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lewves. 

10 A fine Landskip, after balvator Rofa, by Goupy ; five Views of dif- 

ferent Places, by Silveftcr ; Callots Fair, a fine Print ; feveral Views 
of different Palaces in and about Rome, by Alex. Spachi ; a large 
View of Heidelberg, by Focquier, graved by Merian ; with above 
one hundred and fixty others, by Steph. Dilla Bella, Polydore, Van- 
dermeulen, Boucquar, &c. graved by the Sadeleif, Jio. Fr. Bolognefe, 
Roth, Breugil, Morin Simmonneau, and others, 2 vol. bound in red 
Morocco, gilt on the Leagues. 

11 Viffcher's Works, containing 160 large Prints of Landskips, Views, 

Buildings, Fountains, Infeds, &:c. after the Paintings of M. de Voffe 
and other Mafters, 2 ^jol. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves, 

1 2 The VII Cartoons of Raphael ; z large Prints, after Albanus j the 

Loves of Cupid and Pfyche, in 11 large Prints, with the Galatea 
and Transfiguration, after Raphael ; taking down from the Crofs, 
by Volterranus ; St, Peter healing the Lame, by Cigolius ; Chrifi 
walking on the Sea, by Lanfranc ; St. Petronella, after Guercinus ; 
the Trinity, by Guido ; the Bleffed St. Ignatius and St. Charles, by 
Marratt ; the Planets in 9 Prints, by Raphael ; all engraved by Sir 
N. Dorigny : This is a compleat Set of his Works, are fine ImpreJJions, 
bound in two vols, in Rujfia Leather, 
. 13 A fine Etching of the Ge^alogy of Chrift, by Rembrant ; the Flight 
into ./^g}'pt, by Sim. Cantarini ; a Virgin and Boys, by Pet. Telia ; 
the Flight into .(Egypt, by Guido ; the holy Family, by Julio Romano ; 
ditto by Annibal Carache ; St. Chriltopher, by 1 itian ; the Baptifm 
of Chrift, by Nich. Pouflin ; the Prodigal Son, in 3 fine Etchings, by 
Pet. Tefta ; Chrift working Miracles, by Tintoret ; Chrift raifing of 
Lazarus, and the Ecce Homo, both by Rembrant ; an Outline of the 
Crucifixion, by Albert Durer; taken down from the Crofs, by Rem- 
brant ; a Dead Chrift, by Annibal Carache ; an Outline of the Laft 
Judgment, by M. Angelo ; Interring of Chrift, by Caftiglioni ; a 
Martyrdom, by Paul Vcronnefc ; a Sacrifice, by Zeloti ; 8 Landskips 
of Salvator Rofa, by Goupy ; 6 Hiftorical Pieces by Pet. Tefta ; the 
. - • Charity 



P R I NT S, Sec. 3 

Charity of St. Rocque, by Guido ; a Bachaniu!, by Pet. de Cortona ; 
Time and Envy, by N. Pouffin ; a Venus and Cupid, by Parmiggiano ; 
a dead Chrift, ditto ; Bacchus and Ariadne, by Titian ; with above 
two hundred other fine large Etchings, by Pet. Tefta, Julio Romano, 
and others ; bound in 3 vol. in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

14 A very large Colledion of Cuts to the Old and New Teftamcnt, neatly 

engraved, 2 vols, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lecves. 

15 The Frieze in the Pallazzo Te, in 24 Pieces, with near 30 other hiflo- 

rical Prints after Julio Romano, engraved by Wattau, G. Manta- 
anus, Lafreri, and others ; bound in red Morrocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

16 Thirty two fine Prints of the A6ts of the Apoftles, by old Hemskirk ; 

Abraham facrificing Ifaac, by Spaggniolitta ; Julb'ce and Truth, by 
old Hemskirk ; Hemskirk's Charaders, in nine fine Prints ; 25 of 
Beafts,&c. by Bergam ; a Baptilm, by old Hemskirk, with fixty 
others after Hemskirk, engraved by Rembrant, and others ; bound in 
red Morocco. 

17 One hundred and thirty-feven fine Prints on different Subjecls, after the 

Paintings of Martin de Vos, engraved by Sadeler, Collart, Wirix, and 
others, 2 vol. bound in red Morocco. 

18 One hundred and fifteen fine Prints, being the large and fmall Views of 

Sylvefter, 2 vol. bound in RuJJia Leather, i.mth a broad Border of 
Gold on the Sides. 

19 David and Saul, a fine Etching, with eighty-nine other fine Heads, all 

etch'd by Rembrant, bou?id in RuJJia Leather, itjith a broad Border of 
Gold on the Sides. 

20 Seventy-one curious Prints on different Subjefts, after Julio Romano, 

Vovet Poilly, Luca Penis Polumbus, Cheveau, and others, bau7id in 
Salves Leather, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

21 The Divine Wifdom of And. Sachi ; the Galetea of Raphael, by Mark 

Antonio ; the Flight of Ganimede, by Mich. Angelo ; the Flight of 
^neas with Anchifis, by Auguiti Carrache, after Barrocci ; Mount 
Parnaffus, by M. Antonio, after Raphael ; Procris killed by her Huf- 
band Cephalus, and a Sacrifice to Priapus, both by M. Antonio, after 
Julio Romano ; the Fire of Borgo after Raphael ; Paris and Helen 
after Guido, with two hundred and forty others after the moft cele- 
brated Mafters, engraved by Audran, Van , Sappen, Sadeler, and 

others, 2 vol. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

22 Mary Magdalen anointing Chrift's Feet, and Chriil taken down from 

the Crofs, both by M. Antonio, after Raphael; a dead Chrilt, an 
Etching by A«nibal Carache ; the School of Athens, by Tomaffmi, 
after Raphael, with a very large Colledion of others after Raphael, 
Julio Romano, Titian, 1 intoret, Baffan, Palma, and others, bound in 
red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

23 The Grotto of Verfailles, with the Statues and Buftos in the King of 

France's other Palaces, engraved by Le Potre, Regnaudin, Cheveau, 
Edelinck, Picart, Baudet, Watele, Thomaffmi, and others, 2 vol. bound 
in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

24 The holy Family of Raphael, engraved by Edelinck ; the Miracle of 

the Filhes, after Raphael, by Sir N. Dorigny j Chrift calling the Di- 
fciples from the Filhery, by G. Sadeler, after Barroci ; a Feaft of Paul 
Veronnefe ; Chrift, Mary, and Martha, by M. Sadeler, after Baffan ; 
with one hundred and forty others after Carlo Maratt, Tintoret, Zuc- 

A 2 carus. 



4 P R I N r S, Szc. 

caru?, Bloemart, and other Mailers, hound in red Morocco, gilt on the 
Lewaei, 
t$ Six fine Prints of Gribelin, afrer the different Paintings in the Gallery 
at Kenfington ; Neptune and yEne:^% after Raphael, by M. An- 
tonio ; Mount Parnafius, after Raphael, by Mark Antonio ; a Galatea 
by the fame ; with above one hundred others after Julio P.omano, P. 
Tefta, and Luca Penis, engraved by Sadeler, P. de Jode, and other 
eminent Gravers ; bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leagues. 

26 The Life of Don Quixote in 8 fine Print?, by Coypel ; with a very large 

Collection of curious Prints after the Paintings of Peter Tefla, Sa- 
veri, Lafrei, le Pautrc Vignon, and others, 2 vol. hound in red Mo- 
rocco, gilt on the Le&wes, 

27 S. Anne and the Virgin Mary, after Reuben?, by DofTier ; a fine Land- 

skip, after de Vofs ; Holy family, after Titian ; St. Michad, after Ra- 
phael ; Hero's Cruelty, after Titian ; with feveral o-iher mifcel- 
laneous Prints aft^r Albert Durer, M Ang'elo, Baptiila Franca, Tin- 
toret, and others ; bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

28 A fine Print of Henry VIIL Anna Dullen, and Card. Wolfey ; the 

Judgment of Paris, after Raphael ; Man tormented, by Mark Antonio ; 
with feveral others after Villamena, Luca Penis, Gottrius, and others; 
bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leagues. 

29 Twenty-four Prints of I'heatrical Performances, 66 Sea Pieces and 

Landskips, 8 of Battles and Sieges, 7 of a Triumphant Entry into 
Rome, a fine View of Paris, with above three hundred others on 
various Subjefts, all by Stephana de la Bella, graved by ifrael Ant. 
Fr. Lucini, &c. 2 vol. bound in red Morocco. 

30 Holy Family with Angels, after Titian ; St. Paul at Athens, afrer Ra- 

phael ; two of the Prodigal Son, after Pet. Tefta ; a Feaft, after Baf- 
ian, by J. Sadeler j a fine Landskip, by Paul Bril, graved by Ralph 
Sadeler ; Jofeph and his Brethren, by Peter de Cortona ; five large 
Frints of Ceremonies performed by the Pope ; with feveral others af- 
ter Le Potre, Pet. Tefta, Spagnolitta, and Guido Rheni, graved by 
Mark Antonio ab Bloemart, Edelinck, Steph. du Perach, Agoftino, Le 
Blond, &c. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 

3 1 The Battles of Alexander, Triumphs of Conftantine over Maxentius, 

the Great Stair- Cafe at Verfailles, the King of France's Tapeftry 
compleat, a Crucifix, the taking down from the Crofs, Mofes and the 
Daughters of Midian, St. Charles at the Altar, a very large Cieling- 
piece, the Brazen Serpent, our Saviour, Mary Magdalane, and the 
Apoftles, the Defcent of the Holy Ghoft, with feveral other exceed- 
ing fine Print?, graved by Audran, Edelinck, Simoneau, Le Cl?rc, 
DuP»os and Laignel, after the celebrated Paintings of Le Brun, 4 vol. 
hound in red Morocco. 

32 Heads of M. Colbert, after Le Brun, by Edelinck ; the Marquis de 

Louvois, after Le Brun, by the fame ; Ferdinand IIL by Voftermans ; 
Per. Sequeirius, after Le Brun, by Nantucil ; Louis XIV. by P. Si- 
mon ; Charles IIL of Spain, a fine large Print ; Lewis XIV. in two 
fine Prints, after Le Brun, by Edelinck; Mr. Colbert with Trophies, 
two large Sheets ; the fame by the fame ; with feveral other large 
Heads and whole Lengths, by Diepenbeck, &c. bound in Rujfia Lea- 
ther. 

33 The viii Cartoon;:, by Gribelin ; xii fine Landskips ; the xii Apoftles, 

by Goltzuis ; the Cupola of St. Paul's, in viii fine Prints, after Sir 

James 



P R I N T S, he. 5 

James TliOrnhill ; the Laft Judgment, after Mich. Angelo ; Life and 
Death, after Vafiari ; with a great Number of others after thegreateft 
Alalters ; hound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lewves. 

34 The four Evangeiifts, in four Prints, by ^gydius Romaniis ; the fame 

by the fame, in one large Print ; the Salutation, five Prints, by Vovet ; 
Mary and Elizabeth, by And. del. Sarta j the Holy Fai?iily, 3 fine 
Prints, by the fame ; Jofeph and Mary, by Guide Rhcni ; two Prints 
ot the Adoration of the Wife Men of the Eaft, after Baflan, by Sa- 
deler ; Holy Family, by C. Mellon ; ditto after Titian, by Luca 
Berteli ; ditto by Le Jode ; the Adoration of the Wife Men, three 
Prints, after Zucchero, by fvfatham ; the fame by Carlo Maratt ; the 
fame by Corn. Galle ; Holy Family, Mark, Antonio, after Le' Brun ; 
with a great Number of others after different Mailers j bound in red 
Mo/occo, gilt on the Lea-ves. 

35 The Tufcan Ambaffador's Audience of the Pope, a fine large Print; 

Fire- Works in the Cattle of St. Angelo, by Lafrei ; the Council of 
Trent, by C. Dutchetti ; the finding of Homer's Works, a fine 
Print ; the Emperor's Entry into Francfort, nine Prints, graved by 
Morian ,• with above one hundred other curious Prints on different 
Subjefts ; bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leai'es. 

36 Nine large Prints of /Angels, after Guidi, graved by Weflerhout ; Pe- 

ter the Great, graved by Wagner, after Amicione ; Lord Conniniby 
and his two Daughters, by V ertue, after Sir G. Kneller ; Souchwark- 
Fair, by tlogarth ,- Henry VIIL and the Company of Surgeons, 
by Hans Holbein j a Woman finging, by Coypel ; .1 'Feaft, by Mac- 
tham, after Uranex ; Yoath and Old Age, in two Prints, graved by 
J. Sadeler ; with feveral others after Pet. Tefta, &c. graved by Ede- 
linck, Haufllirt, &c. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 

37 Wotton's Hunting; four fine Prints, graved by Barzon ; two of wild 

Bealb, by C. Duchvtti; Barlow's Birds and Beafts, graved by Gay- 
wood ; with feveral others by difi^erent Mailers j bound in red Mo- 
rocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

38 A very large Colleftion of curious Prints, being Views of the Churches, 

palaces, and other publick Buildings in Rome, London, Paris, Ve- 
nice, and other themoft connderable Towns in Europe, 3 vol. Jinelj 
engrai'ed, and bound in red Morocco. 

39 A Large Colleftion of Prints of Altars, Monuments, and Tombs, an- 

cient and modern, foreign and domellic, engraved by N. Pitan» 
Scotin, Simmoneau, Lafrei, S. Le Clerc, Hollar, \ ertue, and others; 
z vol. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

40 Five Prints of Battles, 20 ditto on religious Subjefts, 32 ditto of ibe 

Manner of Hunting, Fifhing and Fowling, all after Stradanus, graved 
by Corn. Galle ; with feveral others on various Subjefts, by different 
Jtiaflers ; bound in Cal'ves Leather, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

41 Abraham offering his Son ifaac, graved by Drevetj Jacob and Ra- 

chael finding Mofes in the Bulrulhes, the Death of Athaliah and 
Anointing of Jehoalh, King Ahazucrus and Q^ Efther, all graved by 
Audran ; Sufannah and the two Elders, engraved by Poilly ; Abra- 
ham and Sarah, by Duchange ; Judith and Holofernes, Holy Family, 
and Refurreftion, by Chateau ; Refurreftion, by Audran ; Vulcan's 
Houfe, by Tardica ; Neptune and Boreas, by Picart ; Bacchus with 
Nymphs, by Chateau ; Cupid and Pfyche, by Audran ; Bacchus and 
Ariadne, by ditto ; Coypel painting Duchange ; Cardinal Noailles, 

by 



6 P R I N T S, 8ic. 

by Langlois ; the Life of Don Quixote, 24 Prints, graved by Cochin ; 
with a great Number of other curious Prints, all after the Paint- 
ings and DeAgns of Coypel, 2 vol. bound in Calves Leathr. 

42 Thirty-eight Very large Heads three Quarters, after the Paintings of 

Le Brun.^^Gobert, Paillet, Le Febure, de la Monce, and Perrin, 
graved by Aijidran, Edelinck, Vafchapen, Simon Nantueil, Picart, 
Poilly, Maffof^, Duflos, Beaufrere, Drevet, and Vallet ; bound in 
Ruffia Leather. 

43 Holy Family» after Raphael, by Edelinck j ditto by Mark Antonio ; 

Chrift carrying the Crofs, by Edelinck, after Rapiiael ; taking down 
from the Crofs, ditto ; the fame after Barotius ; St. Stephen ftoned, 
by Michael Angelo ; j o Prints of Angels, by Weftcrhout j Extreme 
Unftion, by N. Pouffin j a dead Chrift, after Raphael, by Ant. 
Salamanca ; ditto by Otho Veni ; our Saviour and his Apoftles, by 
Nic. Pouffin J the Cupulo of St. Paul's, in eight fine Prints, by Sir J. 
Thornhirt ; 2 fine Landskips, by Brill ; with a great Number of 
other /ine Prints after the Paintings of Pet. Tefta, Paul Veronefe, 
and fiieron. Muciani, graved by Poilly, Duflos, Kilian, Corn. Cort, 
and others ; 4 vol. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the heo'ves, 

44 Thirty-nine large Heads three Quarters, after the Paintings of Van- 

dyke, Coypel, Mignard, Soutman, Agidius, Sadeler, and Champaigne, 
graved by Edelinck, Vertue, Lombart, Matham, Vanfchuppen, Nan- 
tueil, and Maffon ; bound in RuJ/ia Leather. 

45 A large CoUedion of Roman Antiquities, confifting of Triumphal Ar- 

ches, Statues Equeftrian, and others ; feveral Views of the Pantheon, 
Obelisks and Columns ; bound in RuJJia Leather. 

46 Heads of all the Kings and Queens of England from Egbert to K. 

Geo. II. engraved by Houbraken, Lombart, Vertue, Vandrebane, 
Vandergucht, and Smith, after the Paintings of Vandyck, Cowper, 
Sir P. Lely, J.Oliver, Gafcar, and Sir G.Kneller ; bound in RuJJia 
Leather. 

47 Four large Prints of the Seafons, graved by Hondius; five fine Land- 

skips, after Pet. Stephani, by Joan Sadeler ; the xii Months by the 
fame j the four Seafons, after Verhaed ; Chrift carrying his Crofs, 
by Lombart, after Bos j the four Ages, by Collaert, after Verhaed j 
the fame by vEgidius Quindus ; the xii Months, after Jod. de Mom- 
per, by Collaert ; Man tormented, by Joa. Gelle, after Braun ; 10 fine 
Landskips, by P. Galle, after Cleve ; Holy Family and Angels, a 
large Print, by Corn. Galle, after P. Galle ; with feveral others; 
bound in Calves Leather, gilt on the Leaves. 

48 XIII fine Views of the Grotto at Verfailles, graved by Le Potre ; the 

Statues in Rome, xvii Prints, by Lafrei j iv fine large Landskips, 
after Pouffin, by Monier ; a Roman Triumph, by Ant. Tempeft ; 
with a great Number of others after different Matters j bound in Rujfta 
Leather . 

49 Quftavus Adolphus, after Vandyke, by M. Vanden Enden ; the fame 

by Soutman ; Philip IV. of Spain, after Rubens, by Hendrix ; Mary 
Q^of Scots, by Vignon ; with ninetyeight others Three Quarters, 
graved by Edelinck, C. Millan, Vanfchuppen, Vertue, Poilly, MafTon, 
Nantueil, Pitau, Houbraken and Lombart, after Le Brun, Titian, 
Mignard, Largellene, and Sir G. Kneller ; bound in Ruffta Leather. 

50 The Nativity, by Bloemart ; Holy Family, by Barrotius j St. Michael, 

by Nic. Bylli ; St. Stephen ftoned, by JF, Louvemont j S. Laurence, 

by 



P R I N T S, Sic. 7 

by Blondeau j xvi fine Prints of the Panfilian Gallery, by Carlo Cefio ; 
with feventy-four other exceeding fine large Prints, engraved by Clo- 
vet, Edelinck, Aquila, Viffcher, Simon, and others ; all after the 
Paintings of Pietro Berritini de Cortona, 2 vol. hounj in Rujfia 
Leather. 

51 One hundred and ten exceeding fine Prints, cut in Wood by Albert 

Durer, Hans Brefcanj H. SchaufF and others, after Raphael, Ru- 
bens, &c. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

52 One hundred and fevent-four curious Prints of the Hiftory of the Old 

and New Tellament, Life of Chrift, and the bleffed Virgin, Prodigal 
Son, &c. all engraved by Albert Durer, and bound in red Morocco. 

53 The Judgment cf Paris, by Simmoneau j the four Evangelifts by ^gi- 

dius Rouffelet ; Rachel at the Well, by C. Mellan ; with fifty-fix 
other large Prints by Bcnafoni, Ant. Salamanca, and others; all after 
the Paintings of Perin del Vaga ; bound in red Morocco. 

54 Lewis XIII. of France, S. Anne, Decollation of S. John, Herode's 

Cruelty, Roman Charity, S. Laurence, Conftantine's Triumph over 
Maxentius, in 3 fine Prints, Bacchus and Silenus, the Graces, the Even- 
ing, Cain and Abel, the Nativity and Adorr.tion, Holy Family, ditto 
and St. John, Chrili; and S. Peter, the Miracle of the Loaves and 
Filhes, Defcent of the Holy Ghoft, the Lall Supper, the Refurrec- 
tion, the Taking down from the Crofs, the Fall of Angels, all by 
Rubens ; with the twelve Csefars, and "fix anatomical Prints after 
Titian, with feveral others after Rubens, engraved by Vofterman, 
Pet. de Jode, Viffcher, -^gid. Sadeler, P. Pontius, and others; 2 vol. 
bound in red Morocco. 

55 Fourteen exceeding fine Prints after Carrache's publick Paintings, en- 

graved by Colewort ; Twenty large and capital Prints, etched by P. 
Tefta, and other A^Iafters ; with feveral others after Raphael and 
Mich. Angelo ; bound in Calves Leather, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

56 King David, after Jof. Arpinas ; a Sacrifice, after De Vos ; Mofes and 

the Rock, David and Goliah, Holy Family, the Flight intOyEgypt, 
Taking down from the Crofs, Dead Chrift, Refurreftion, our Saviour 
before Pilate, Baucis and Philemon, S. Martin cafting out a Devil, 
after the Paintings of Janffens, Jordans, and Bruegil, engraved by 
De Jode, Wierix, Viffcher, and others ; bound in Calves Leather, gilt 
on the Leaves, 

57 Head of Francis I. of France, by Montagne ; Hen. 11. and IV. by 

Albert ; Lewis XIV. from five Years old to fixty ; ditto very fine, 
40 Inches by 26, Louis XIII. after Mignard, by Vanfchuppen ; 
Lewis XIV. by Poilly ; the fame by Nantueil ; ditto after Le Brun, 
by Simon; ditto after the fame, by Edelinck, M. Colbert, and Nan- 
tueil, with feveral others, all of the firft Proofs , bound in Ruffia 
Leather. 

58 Holy Family, by Vofterman ; Virtue overcoming Vice, by Steph. Pi- 

cart ; the Reverfe, by the fame ; our Saviour difputing with the El- 
ders, Cupid fleeping, Gamefters at Cards, with feveral others, after 
Corregio and Caravagio ; bound in red Morocco, 

59 Lewis XIV'. 3 Quarters, after Le Brun, by Nantueil j ditto by Maffon ; 

the fame by Poilly ; the fame after Mignard, by Poilly ; the fame 
by Vanfchuppen ; with above one hundred other fine Heads, both 
Engliih and foreign, after the Paintings of the beft Matters, by the 
moft eminent Gravers ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

2 60 Head 



9 P R 1 1^ r S, Sec. 

60 Head of Charles V. a $ Quarters, after Titian, by Viflcher ; the 

Elcdor Palatin, after \ ivien, by Vandermeulen ; Eleftor of Bran- 
dcnburgh, defigned and engraved by M^flbn ; Herry Archbifhop of 
Cologne, by V anfchupgen, very fine j Louyfe Q^ of Poland, by Nan- 
. tuei'l i King of Bohemia, rd'ter Vandyke ; with two hundred other 
large and iv.)cM Heads of Emperors, Kings, Eiefloral Princes, Sec. 
bound in Rujjid Lcr>thcy . 

61 One hundred and fifty- four Prints, being the Hiftory of the Old and 

New Teftanunt, and the life of Chrill, defigned by De V^os, and 
neatly engraved by VVierx ; 2 vol. hound in Rujftu Leather. 

62 Fall of the Giant?, lluly pHmily and S. John, Carrying the Crofs, 

Adoration of the Shepherds, 'l';d:ing down from the Crofs, Mofes 
with the Tables, Miraculous l;raughr, with above fifty others after 
Titian. Guido, Raphael, Alb. Durer, P. Caravagio, and Bloemart, 
all in Claro Oofcuro ; hound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 

63 Head of Silveiler, after Le Brun; by Edelinck ; Pet. Depuis, after 

Mignard, by Maffon ; Des Cartts, after F. Hals, by Edelinck ; 
Demociicus, by Coypel ; S. Kenelm Digby, after Vandyke, by M. 
Vanden Enden ; Nic. Fabricius, after the fame, by Vollerman ; M. 
F. GeofFroy, by Largilliere, very fine ; Guido Patin, by Maffon ; 
Boccace, after Titian, by de Jode ; with above forty others after 
the Paintings of Sandrart, S. Pot. L'lly, Liberi, Ovens, &c. graved 
by Matham, Blotching, Pontius and Rouifelet ; hound in RuJJta 
heather. 

64 The feven Cartoons of Raphael, engraved by Sir N. Dorigny, of the 

firjl Proofs, hound in Rujfia Leather, 'v:ith a large Border of Gold 
on the Sides. 

65 One hundred and forty-five Prints defigned and engraved by Luca 

Van Leyden, hound in red Morocco. 
ilb Pharoah and Mofes, S. Eufiachius, Chrift raifing the Dead, Ado- 
ration, Marriage in Cana, Nativity ; 8 fine Prints by Gou- 
py ; Holy Family and Angels, by M. Vanden Enden ; GamelKrs 
at Dice, very li'.rge ; with a large -Colleftion of others on reli- 
^i JUS and hiilorical Snbjcds, after the Paintings of Zuccharus, Paf- 
qualini, Rottenliamer, Van Oitade, Salvator Rofa, and Qj^iillinus, 
engraved by Matham, C. Cert. Lauveis, Orlandi, Thomallin, i^ofetti, 
Kilian, and others ; hound in Cal-jcs Skin, gilt on the Leanjes. 

67 prince Arenibergh on Horfcback, Lewis XIV. when a Child, the 

Emp Leopold, the Duke de Beauvilliers, Jer. de Bran, the Marquis 
de Beringhen, Oliver Cronnvell, Hernan Cortes, Marquis de Caltel- 
nau, Duke of Schombcrg, Duke d'fcfpernon, John Hampden, Ad- 
miral Van Tromp, with Uxty other exceeding fine Heads and Por- 
traits of Generals and Admirals of different Nations, feveral of them 
whole Lengths, and the relt three Quarters, after the Paintings of Van- 
dyke, Mnfibn, Mignard, P. S:ent, S. Pet. Lily, Titian, G. Kncllcr, 
Rigaud, and Largillierre ; engraved by Vollerman, Nantueil, Van- 
fchuppen, Lombart. Audran, Vermuelen, Edelinck, Blootching, C. 
Mcllan, Venue, Houbraken, &c. hound in Ruffta Leather. 

68 Duke Albert, Charles I X. M Mcfnager, William Lord Ruffel, Vif- 

count Turenne, Nic. Vander Borcht, Duke of Lorraine, Joa. Bapt. 
Colbert, M. Lamorgnon, Louis Picon, M. Tellier, with iixty other 
fine Heads, all of them three Quarters, after the Paintings of Mig- 
naid, Le Brun, Rigaud, S. G. Knelltr, Champaigne, Vandyke ; en- 
graved 



P R I NT S, 8€c, 9 

graved by Maffon, Nantueil, Vermeulen, Lenfant, Edelinck, and 
others, hounif in RuJJia Leather. 

69 Forty-feven large Views, after the Paintings of Meyeringh and Wil- 

leres, engraved by Viffcher ; bound iti red Morocco, gilt 071 the Leaves. 

70 Seventy large Prints on different Subjedls, by C'allot j bound in RuJJia 

Leather. 

71 Temptation of our Saviour, Adoration of the Shepherds, Feeding 

the Hungry, the Salutation, Holy Family, Dead Chrift, S. Bruno, 
Crucifix, Taking down from the Crofs, S. Cecilia, with one hun- 
dred and fixty other Prints, cut in Wood by Albert Durer, after Ra- 
phael, Titian, Rubens, Guido, and others; bound in red Morocco, gilt 
on the Leat'es.' 

72 Twenty Views of the Ruins of Perfepolis, with one hundred and fifty 

curious Prints of the ancient Buildings and Ruins of Rome, and other 
Places in Italy ; bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves- 

73 One hundred and eighty-eight curious Prints, being the Lives of the 

Hermits, after the Paintings of Aug. Carache and F. Barocius, en- 
graved by Sadeler, and bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves, 

74 Seven hundred and fifteen Prints of the Greek and Roman Statues, 

as well equeftrian as others, that are to be met with in Italy or France, 
engraved by the beft Engravers, and finely preferved, 3 vol. bound, in 
red Morocco. 

75 Twenty-three Prints of King William's Entertainment in Holland, 

Dudley Earl of Leicefter's pompous Entry into the Hague, eight dif- 
ferent Views of Card. Richelieu's Monument, engraved by Picart, 
Triumph of the Emperor Ferdinand, by Stella, with feveral others by 
different Mailers, bound in red Morocco. 

76 Salutation, Vifiting the Sick, the Circamcifion, Holy Family, Flight 
.. into ^gypt. Extreme Undtion, Laft Supper, our Saviour praying on 

the Mount, Chrift betrayed, S. Michael, David and the Lion, S. 
John, with feveral others, all cut in Wood by Albert Durer ; bou7id 
in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 

77 Heads of antien: and modern Painters, viz. Michael Angelo, Pet. Bru- 
gel, Ab. Bloemart, Le Brun, Annibal Carraci, P. de Champaigne, 
Coypel, Pet. Dupuis, Ch. de la Foffe, Hen. Goltuis, Joh. Holbein, 
Lambert, G. Laireffe, Largilliere, Mignard, Perrault, 1\\z, Pouiun, 
Pet. Paul Rubens, Rigaud, Raphael, Titian, Pet. Tefta, Vander- 
meulen, and feveral others ; all Three-Quarter Pieces, engraved by 
Edelinck, Audran, Maffon, Morin, Vermeulen, Poilly, Vanfchuppen, 
and Savory ; hound in RuJJta Leather. 

78 Card. Bellarmin, a Three Quarter, Card. Baronius ditto, S. Hillarius 

ditto, Laft Supper, in two Sheets, the Brazen Serpent, the Salutation, 
King David ; with feveral others ; all by Villamena. Alfo, forty- 
two Prints of the Hiftory of the Old Teftament, after Raphael, by 
Villamena ; bound in Morocco Leather. 

79 Findiag of Mofes, Nativity and Adoration, in 7 fine Prints, Scourg- 

ing of Chrift, Carrying the Crofs, Chrift betrayed. Taking down from 
the Crofs, 19 fine rural Affairs and Landskips, with feveral other 
large ones, all by Baffan ; bound in red Morocco. 

80 One hundred and fixty-feven exceeding fine Heads, engraved after the 

beft French Mafters, by Nantueil, 4 Vol. bound in RuJJia Leather y 
•with a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

N. B. This is a compleat Sett of his Works, including all his largt 
Heads y ivhich art prodigious Jcarct> 

B 81 Twenty- 



JO P R I N "T S, *&c. 

8 1 Twenty-feven fine large Prints of the fmall Conquefls of Lewis XI V, 

feventecn of the glorious Aftions of the Duke of Lorraine in Hun- 
gar}' and Tranfilvania, fix of the Battles of Alexander, thirty-fix of 
the Life of our Saviour, with fever» 1 other* ; all engra\ ed by Se- 
baftian le Clerc, 2 vol. bound in red Morccco. 

82 One hundred and three large Prints of hundng all Manner of wild 

Beafts, Filhing and Fowling ; twelve of Horfes, the twelve Caviars, 
twenty of Battles, fourteen on Country Affairs, with feveral others, 
all by Joa, Stradanu?, engraved by Galle and Collart, 2 vol. bound in 
red Morocco, gilt en the Leanjes. 

83 The Emperor's AmbafTadors before the Pope, the Venetian ditto. Sa- 

lutation, Rachael at the Well, taking down from the Crofs, the 
Nativity, Lalt Supper, Dead Chriit, J cob's Ladder, S.Antony's 
Temptation, the Ad ration of the Shepherds, the Flight into ^gypt, 
the Afcenfion, Chrilt carrying away his Crofs, the Crucifixion, a 
Sea-Fight, the Refurredion, Baptifm of St. John, and feveral others 
after the Paintings of Tintoret, Paul Veronei'e, and And. Dal Sarto, 
engraved by G. badeler, Matham, ViiTcher, &c. bound in red Morocco, 
gilt on the Lea'ves. 

84 One hundred and twenty Prints of the moil: curious antique Buftos in 

the Vatican, King of France's Palaces, and the Pdace of Aiedicis, 
engraved by the the bell Mailers, and are all fine Imprefiions ; hcund 
in red Morocco. 

85 One hundred a.".d twenty-fix large original Drawings, being the whole 

Art of Defence with the fmall Sword, contairiro feveral hundred Fi- 
gures in as many different Poftures, 2 vol. bound in red Mo: oc 0. 

86 Eighty-eight large Views of ancient and mode:n Churches in Italy, 

France and England, engraved by Lafreri, King, and others, bound in 
red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 

S- Adoration of the Shepherds, Dead Chrift and Angels, the Refurrcflion, 
Crucifixion, Holy Family and S. John, the Royal Family of France, 
Ecce Agnus, and forty others, all very large, after the Paintings of 
Heintz, de la Hyre, and other eminent iVIafters, engraved by Kilian, 
n. Hopfcr, &c. bound in Calves Leather, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

3\ Pet. Teila's Works, vir. bis own He.^d, by Wefterhout ; the Ado- 
ration of the wife Men of the Eaft, Death of Cato, Dido's Funeral, 
Virtue triumphant over \'ice, Abraham offering up Ilaac, Jephtha's 
rj'ili Vow, the Crofs with Angels, the Prodigal Son, Bacchus and 
Silenus, S. Erafmuf, Parnaffus triumphant, with feveral others, all 
very large, bound inred Mo'occo^ gilt on the Leaves 

39 Fifty-two curious Prints, being the Hiftory of the Old Teflament, after 
the Paintings of Raphael, engraved by Pet. Aquila, and others, fine 
Impreffions, bound in blue Turky, ^coith a large Border of Gold on the 
Sides, and gilt on the Lea'ves. 

50 yEgidius, Ralph, John, and Juflus Sadeler's Works complete, contair^ 
ing nine hundred and five very curious Prints, bound in 8 -vol. in 
Calojes Leather, gilt oti the Leaves. To enumerate the Mojlers ivhofe 
Works the S^DELERS have engraved after, ivoud be unneceffury ; // 
being vcell knozvn, that there is hardly a ccpital Figure, either of the 
Italian or Flemiih Schools v.'hich they have omitted. 

91 Raphael's Works, viz. S. Michael, Apollo and Midas, Abraham offer- 
ing his Son, the Coming out of the Ark, the Angel and Tobias, 
Birth of oar Saviour, Adoration of the Shepherds, Holy Family, 

the 



T\ r» r AT /T" rt .. .it 

P R I NT S, kc. II 

the fame and St. John, Herod's Cruelty, Feeding the Multitude, 
Carrying the Crofs, Taking down from the Crofs, Dead Chrift with 
Figures, Tranffiguration, the Afcenfion, S John, S. Luke painting, 
St. Paul calling out Devils, St. Anthony's Temptation, the feven 
Cartoons, ^neas's Flight, the Planets, School of Athens, Apollo 
and the Mufes, putting Homer'-s Works into a Box, Fall of Phaeton, 
Jupiter, and Jo. Conftantine's Triumph over Maxentius, the Graces, 
Venus and Cupid, Hiftory of the Old Teftament, with above two 
hundred more exceeding fine Prints, engraved by Mark Antonio, Aug. 
Carrache, Ant. Salamanca, B'oemart, Edelinck, Vanfchuppen, Sir N. 
Dorigny, j^gidiu?, Sadeler, and others, fine Impreffions, well pre- 
ferved, and 6ou?!d in 4 'vol. in red Morocco, gilt on the Lewjes. 

92 Seventy-four Prints of the Cries of London, neatly engraved by Tern* 

pefta ; twelve large and fmall Views, painted by Lodge, and en- 
graved by Tempelia ; Herod's Cruelty , the Portrait of the Earl of 
Cumberland, St. George killing the Dragon, our Saviour on the 
Crofs, and two Turkifh Heads, all by Tempefta, bound in red Morocco^ 
gilt on the Leafes. 

93 Forty-Four exceeding fine Heads, three Quarters, twenty-nine of Statues 

and Buftos, Holy Family, Jofeph and Mary, Mercury and ilo, a Ma- 
dona at Prayers, Lucretia, our Saviour on the Mount, the Afcenfion, 
with feveral others, all engraved by Claude Mellan, 2 vol. bou7id iiz 
red Morocco. 

04 Two hundred and fixty-two Prints, being defigns for triumphal Arches, 
Cielings, Porticos, and other Parts of Architedure ; likewife Defigns 
for Iron- Work, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lewces. 

g; Hen. IV. on Horfeback, with Figures, by Audran ; Holy Family with 
Angels, by Mofin ; Alexander poifened, by Audran ; our S.^viour ap- 
pearing to the Blelled Virgin, by Edelinck ; Dead Chriil, with Fi- 
gures, by Picart ; S. Laurence, by Audran ; Holy Family and S. John, 
by Edelinck , with feveral others exceeding fine, after Parmenfis, 
Romanell, Sprangers, &c. bound in red Morocco. 

,96 Hollar's Works, confiding of his great and fmall Heads, Habits, the 
Old and New Teftament, feveral from the Stories of Virgil and Ju- 
venal, Fables, Hunting, Hawking, Fifhing, Fowling, Beafts, Flowers, 
Fruits, Butterflies, Ruins of Rome, Profpects of Holland and other 
Parts of Europe, Views of feveral Places in England, various Views 
of Tangier, Shipping, Emblems, with great Numbers of others on 
various Subjecls, neatly bound, in i 2 vol. in Morocco Leather, giit on 
the Lea'ves. This is one of the bejl Setts in Europe, both as to Number 
and the Goodnefs of the Lnpreffion. 

97 The Salutation, Sarah and Rebecca, Feeding the Hungry, Circum- 

cifion, Adoration of the wife Men, Flight into ^gypt, Chrift dif- 
puting with Doftors, our Saviour on tne Mount, Chrift betrayed, 
fcourged. Carrying the Crofs, Crucifixion, Taking down from the 
Crofs, Afcenfion, Triumph of the Emp. Maximilian, with a great 
Number of others, all cut in Wood by Albert Durer, boutid in red 
Morocco, gilt on the Le.Tues. 

98 Seventy-three large Prints, being the Works of Van Sulden, .(Eneas Vi- 

cus, and Otto Vsni, on feveral Subjedls, finely etched, all after Ra- 
phael ; bound in red Morocco. 

99 Bloemart's Works, viz. Adoration of the Shepherds, Holy Family, 

Healing the Lame, our Saviour on the Crofs, Holv Family and St. 

B 2 ' ' John, 



12 P R I N T S, Szc. 

lr-\ n.ikrd \'cnus with Figures very fine, St. Peter raifmg the 
1).. d, the Ctolilcn Age. S John Preaching in the Defcrt, with ninety- 
. four other fine Prints, all by Wocmart ; lound in red Morocco, gilt 
CI the Leni'ts. 

J CO Chrill and the BIcflcd Virgin, Ecce Homo, Holy Family with An- 
gels, our Saviour on the Crol's Dead Chrirt, Jefus Maria, all after 
Vandyke ; MoA-s and the Rock, Cyrus Ferrus, Adoration of the 
SJiephcrds, by Jac. Palma ; Holy Family, by Raphael ; Herod's 
Cruelty, by tiie lame ; V.nus and Cupid, by the fame ; with feveral 
others afrcr the greateft Mailers, graved by Pontius, Vofterman, Ki- 
lian, Thomaflin, Com. Cort. and Ant. Salamanca ; hound in red Mo- 
rocco, gilt on the Lewvci. 

loi Fifty-two large Prints, being the Works of And. del Sarto, and An- 
tonio Salamanca, hound in red Morocco. 

1 02 Sixty-four large Prints, reprcfenting the Coronation of Lewis XIV. 
and the Funeral Proceflion of Archduke Albert, Governor of the 
Low Countries, curioufly engraved, and bound in red Morocco. 

103 Vovct's Works, viz. Perfccution of St. Paul, Holy Family with Fi- 
gures, Dead Chrift, Dido enraged, Apollo and the Mufes, our Sa- 
viour and the Blefled Virgin, with feveral others engraved by Au- 
dran, Dorigny, P. Darct, de Jode, &c. bound in red Morocco, gilt on 
the Lenfcj. 

104 Fifty- one large Prints of Roman Antiquities, confifting of Triumphal 
Arches, Statues Equeftrian, and others, feveral Views of the Pan- 
theon, Obcli.ks, and Columns, bound in RuJJia Leather, luith a large 
Border oj Gold on tie Sides. 

105 Forty-three large Prints, being a compleat Colleftion of Barlow's 
and Roberts's Birds, engraved by Poilly and Ant. Tempefta ; bound 
in red Morocco, gilt on the Len'ves. 

1 06 Carlo Maratt's Works, vi/. Holy Family, Chrift and the B. Virgin 
with Angels, S. StaniHaus Kolb^, S. Francis de Sales, Affumption of 
the Virgin Mary, Purification, Man tormented, large Battle- Piece, 
Cleopatra. Mariiage in Cana, with feveral others, all by Maratt, 
and engraved by Jac. Freii Dorigny, V iflcher, Aquila, and Edelinck, 
bound in red Morocct. 

107 Twenty-fcven be.iutiful large Prints, after Pet. Tefta and Ant. Tem- 
pefta, engraved by De Jode, and bound tn red Morocco. 

*08 One hundred and twenty-three Prints to Ovid's Metamorphofis, neatly 
engraved, and bound in Cal'ves Leatbir, gilt on the Leaies. 

109 One hundred and fifty-fcvcn large and fmall Heads, Englifli and fo- 
reign, after the Paintings of Le Brun, P. Paul Rubens, and Vovet, 
engraved by Rembrant, C. Melian, Maflbn, Pitau, Goltzius, Vofter- 
man, Edelinck, Kili.in, Blocmart, and Vanmeulen, 2 vol. ^0««^ in 
Rujfiu Lenthtr, nvith u large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

I 10 Forty eight Prints of the Antiquities of Rome, by Lafrcri, after the 
Dcfiv'ns of Michael Angclo, bound in RuJJia Lather. 

1 1 1 Raph.icl's Cartoons, by Dubofc, Tardieu, and Be;iuvais ; the Holy 
Family, after Pirin del Vaga, by Kirkhall ; twelve neat Landskips 
after Flamen ; twenty ditto larger by the fine ; twelve ditto Vande 
Velde ; twenty ditto after blocmart ; wi:.i icveral Metzotincos and 
Claro Oblturos bound in red Morocco, gilt en the I caves. 

1 12 One hundred .ind fifty fine Prints, neatly engraved by Aldegraft, and 
fircbictt, bound in red Morocco, 

113 The 



P R I N T S, &c. 13 

113 The Guftinian Gallery, containing above 300 curious Prints of Sta- 
tues, Buftos, BasRelievos, Profpeds of the Palace, &c. engraved by 
Millan, Bloemart, and others i neat/y inlaid in Imperial Papety and 
bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea-ves, 4 vol. 

114 The Cartoons after Raphael, by Dorigny ; S- Peter calling out De- 
vils, the four Seafons, after Albanus, by Poilly ; Diana and Nymphs, 
by Poilly j ten Landskips after Rubens, one by Pouffin ; 5 ditto after 
Salvator Rofa, by Goupy ; Hogarth's Midnight Converfation j eight 
Views of the Vatican and Caftle of St. Angelo ; three Views of the 
Portico of the Farnefian Gallery, after Annibal Carache, by Aquila ; 
a Gallery after Pet. Berrettino, with feveral others, bound in Rujfta 
Leather, with a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

1 15 Fifty-two large Views of the triumphal Arches, Statues, Buftos, and 
other Antiquities of Rome, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

116 The twelve Months, after Stephano ; Battles of Alexander, byTem- 
pefta ; twelve Apoftles, by Ifrael ; our Saviour on the Crofs, by Souf- 
terman ; with a great Number of others on various Subjeftsj bound in 
Ruffia Leather. 

117 Efther and King Ahazuerus, by Tintoret ; Adoration of the Wife 
Men, by Paul Veronefe ; the Shepherds offering Gifts to Chrift, by 
Jac. Palma ; the Mufes in Confort, by Tintoret ; Hercules reje£ting 
Pleafure, by Paulo de Matthaei ; Birth of Jupiter, by Julio Romano ; 
Midas and Apollo, Tent of Darias, by Le Brun ; the Cartoons, by 
Raphael ; all engraved by Gribelin ; Hift. of the Old and New 
Teftament, with feveral others by Goltzius ; bound in red Morocco. 

1 18 Forty-two large Views of ancient and modern Churches, Tombs, 
Monuments, Infcriptions, Baths of Alexander, engraved by Ant, 
Tempefta ; S. John Baptift, by And. dal Sarto, Holy Family, by 
Pafqualion; Conflantine's Viftory over Maxentius; Herod's Cruelty, 
after Raphael ; the Seafons, by Watteau ; three Landskips by Bril ; 
five Views of China, with feveral others, bound in Ruffia Leather, gilt 
on the Leaves. 

119 Forty-one large Heads of Poets of different Nations, engraved by 
Drevet, de Jode, Vertue, Edelinck, Lombard, and Nantueil, after the 
Paintings of de Piles, Rigaud, Titian, P. Lely, Kneller, and Mig- 
nard ; bound in Ruffta Leather. 

izo One hundred and twenty-fix antique Roman Statues, engraved by 
Lafreri, Orlandi, and others, bound in Ruffta Leather, ivith a large 
Border of Gold on the Sides. 

121 Si^ty-three large Heads of Authors, Englifh and foreign, engraved by 
Poilly, Chereau, Albert Durer, Edelinck, Coypel, Simmoneau, Vif- 
fcher, Mattham, and Vanfchuppen, after the Paintings of Holbein, S. 
G. Kneller, Pet. Lilly, and others, bound in Ruffta Leather. 

122 Daniel in the Lion's Den, Transfiguration, Defcenfion of the Holy 
Gholl, Nativity, Holy Family and S. John, Dead Chrift with Figures, 
8. Laurence, nine Landskips, large Altar-piece, School of Athens, 
Academy of Painters, S. George and the Dragon, the Paintings in 
the great Hall of the Vatican, Apollo and the Murfes, with feveral 
others, all very large, after the Paintings of Raphael, Titian, Alba- 
nus, and Pet. de Cortona, engraved by Laffreri, Com. Cort, Ant, 
Salamanca, Geo. Mantuano, and others ; bound in red Morocco. 

12} Thirty-nine large Heads, fome whole Length?, the it-ft three Qiiar- 
ters, of the mott eminent Muficians, Poets, Painttr^, Gravers, and 

2 Pnineis 



14 P R I N T S, Szc. 

Printers, both Englifh and Foreign, engraved by Vermeulen, VoC- 
termans, P. de Jode» Thomaflin, Edelinck, Albert Durer, Maflbn, 
Baudet, Poilly, and Vertue, after the Paintings of Le Brun, Mig- 
nard, Titian, de Piles, and S. P. Lily, bound in RuJJia Leather, ixiith 
a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

124 Temptation of St. Anthony, by Tintoret ; Chriil healing the Lame, 
by the fame ; Holy Family, by An. Carrache ; Cloathing the Naked, 
Feeding the Hungry, Squenching the Thirlly, Taking out of Prifon, 
Curing the Sick, and Burying the Dead, in feven large Prints, by 
Bourdon ; ten large Landskips, by Bril ; fourteen fine Landskips, by 
Geo. Mantuana, with feveral others ; bound in red Morocco. 

125 Academy of Sciences, by Duflos ; Diana with Nymphs, Coypel ; the 
Golden Shower, Deftrochers ; Job's Patience, Feaft of all Saints, 
Diepenboke ; Prodigal Son, by the fame ; Healing the Lame, Taking 
down from the Crofs, B. Mantuanus ; Chrift and the B. Virgin, Do- 
rigny ; a Cieling in four Prints, Domenichini ; our Saviour at the 
Well, Le Brun ; with feveral others, bound in Calves Leather, gilt on 
the Lea^oes. 

126 Adoration of the Wife Men, our Saviour and his Difciples, Chrift 
fcourged. Crucifixion, Tobias and the Angel, the Brazen Serpent, 
Jofeph and his Brethren, Gamefters at Dice, the Deluge, the 
Nativity, Pharoah in the Red Sea, Mofes and the Rock, a Cieling 
in four large Prints, with feveral others, after the Paintings of 
Raphael, Bapt. Fontana, Paul Fannati, Bapt. Francus, &c. bound in 
Calves Leather, gilt on the Lewves. 

127 ^neas's Flight, by Raphael ; School of Athens, Vandyck ; a Sacri- 
fice, And. dal Sar to; L\il: Judgment, Apollo and the Mufes, Apelles 
painting Spickart, Feeding the Multitude, Tintoret ; Herod's Cruelty, 
Dead Chrift with Figures, Prifon Torments, Transfiguration, with 
feveral others after Baflan and Albert Durer, engraved by Lafreri 
and Kilian, bound in Ruffia Leabher. 

128 One hundrerl and fixty-two beautiful Prints, all after the Paintings 
of Auguftin, Lewis, and Hannibal Carrache, which is a compleat Sett 
of thofe three famous Mafters Works, feveral engraved by them- 
feh es, fome by Mark Antonio, and the reft by the greateft Engra- 
vers of their Time, 3 vol. bound iyi Calves Leather^ gilt on the Lewves. 

129 One hundred and eighty four large and fmall Prints, all by Callot, 
bound in Ruffia Leather, njoith a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

130 Salutation, Holy Family, Nativity, our Saviour at the Well, Mira- 
culous Draught, Dead Chrift with Figures, Eve tempted, Venus 
and Satyr, Cain and Abel, Apollo and Daphne, Fall of Phaeton, 
with a large Colleftion of other capital Prints, religious, hiftorical, 
and fabulous, after the Paintings of M. Angclo, Jac. Palma, S. Can- 
tarini, Laiifranc, LainefTe, C. Dutchetti, and other great Mafters ; en- 
graved by Kilian, Corn. Cort, and Lafreri ; bound in RuJJia Leather, 

131 Seventy-fcven exceeding fine large Heads of the moft eminent Pro- 
feffors of the Law, both Englifli and foreign, after the Paintings of 
de Loir, Mignard, dc Troy, Vovet, Le Brun, Vanfchuppen, Cham- 
paigne, Rigaud, Le Febure, Maflbn, Vanloo, Paillet, Le Seve, and 
Largilliere, by Nantueil, and others, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

132 Forty-four fine large Heads of Saints, moft of them whole Lengths, 
the reft three Quarters, engraved by Nantueil, Poilly, RouflTelet, Sout- 
jnans, Viflcher, Pitau, Maflbu, Vanfchuppen, Edelinck, Drevet, and 

Albert 



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Albert Durer, after the Paintings of Champaigne, Vandyck, Guido, 
F. Mole, Le Brun, Mignard, Largillierre, and Rigaud ; hounci in Ruffia 
Leather. 

133 Forty. feven large Heads of Proteftant Divines, Englifh and Foreign, 
graved by Lombart, Edelinck, Hurt, Smith, Faithorne, White, and 
Veicue, after the Paintings of Holben, Dahl, P. Lilly, Loggan, and 
Beaupoille ; bound in Rufjia Leather. 

134 A Saint at Prayers, Holy Family, Flight into ^gypt, vEneas's 
Flight, Salutation, Taking down from the Crofs, Coming out of the 
Ark, S. George and the Dragon, Jofeph and his Brethren, Tranf- 
figuration, 1 2 fine Views of Shipping, 8 large Landskips, Judas be- 
traying Chrift, Abraham oiFering up Ifaac, Solomon with his Wives 
and Concubines, fleeping Venus with Cupids, with fevernl other ca- 
pital Prints after the Paintings of Barotius, Raphael, Ju!i ) Romano, 
Bruchel, and Blanchard, engraved by J. Bonafoni, Lafreri, P. Galle, 
Daret, and BenoiR ; bou7id in (Values Leather, gilt on the Leases 

135 A Saint at Prayers, B. Virgin bruifing the Serpent's Head, Holy Fa- 
mily, Man tormented, all after the Paintings of Carlo Maratt ; a fine 
large Print by And. Sacchus ; three by Sebaft. Conca ; Jofeph and his 
Mirtrefs, Car. Lignanus ; Pope Alexander VII. Pet. Bianchi ; Holy 
Family, Raphael ; four exceeding fine Prints after Domenichini, with 
other fine Prints, all engraved by Jacomo Freii j bound in red Mo- 
rocco. 

136 Vandyck 's Works, containing a complete Colledlion of his Heads of 
illuftrious Perfons, among which are thofe etched by himfelf, as 
likewife all thofe worked off by Martin Vandenhende ; likewife the 
Beauties of Hampton Court, with all his other Works, 9 vol. bound 
in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. As this Sett ivas collected hy the 
great M. Colbert, they may be /aid to be the firji in Europe ; they are 
all of the firfi Inrpreffio'ns. 

137 Forty-five large Heads of Popes, Cardinals, and Clergy of the Church 
of Rome, after the Paintings of Mignard, Vandyck, Tourniere, Ri- 
gaud, Paillet, Largilliere, Maffon, Champaigne, le Febure, Daret, 
and le Brun ; engraved by Pitau, Vanfchuppen, Jac. Freii, Edelinck, 
Chereau, Pontius, Vallet, Hubert, Drevet, Nantueil, and Simon ; 
hound in Kuffia Leather. 

138 A fine Head of Geo. Villiers D. of Buckingham, Arthur Goodwin 
and his Lady, by Vandyck ; Lady Chefterfield, the fame ; Wm. 
Lord Rufl'el, Sir G. Kneller; Sarah Dutchefs of Somerfet, Baldafar 
Caftiglione, by Raphael ; John de Witt, with fixty-four others equally 
good, feveral of them whole Lengths, the reft three Quarters, by the 
greateil Mafters ; hcund in Ruffia Leather. 

139 Hen. IV. on Horfeback, fixty-feven large Battle-pieces, feven large 
Views of Ruins, the Laft Judgment, after Bapt. Parma, 25 large 
Hunting-pieces, 39 large Prints of Hcrfes, with a great Number of 
others, all engraved by Antonio Tempefta, 2 vol. bound in red Mo- 
rocco, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

1 40 Mofes and the Tables, Charity, Jupiter and Semele, St. Anthony's 
Temptation, Holy Family and Angels, David with Goliah's Head, 
Man tormented, Dehvering S. Peter out of Prifon, S. Peter raifing 
the Dead, Dead Chrift with Angels, with feveral others exceeding 
large, all after the Paintings of F. Centenfis and Francis Barbieri, 
bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 

141 On 



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141 One hundred and thirty-four curious Prints, neatly engraved by 
Luca Van Leyden and Albert Durer, hund in Ruffia Leather, luith a 
large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

142 Prefcntation in the Temple, the Laft Supper, Chrift raifing the 
Dead, Dead Chrift with Figures, Nailing to the Crofs, all after 
Rubens, by Pontius Hubert, and Bolfwert ; Holy Family and Angels, 
by Poilly ; Mary Magdalane penitent, after le Brun, by Drevet ; 
Mofes and the Daughters of Midian, the fame ; the Nativity, after 
Annibal Carrache, by Audran ; Herod's Cruelty, St. Peter in Prifon, 
a Sacrifice after Mignard, by Poilly ; Adoration of the Wife Men, 
Taking down from the Crofs, after le Brun, by Audran ; with fe- 
veral others, after Peter Tefta, bound in RuJJta Leather. 

143 Sixty-four line Heads of Divines of the Church of Rome, graved by 
Drevet, Audran, Grignon, Pitau, Vanfchuppen, Maffon, Edelinck, 
and Poilly, after Champaigne, Rigaud, Simon, le Febure, and Lar- 
gilliere, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

144 Callot's Works compleat, containing nine hundred and ten Prints on 
various Subjects, both large and fmall : They are all of the firft 
Proofs, and well preferved, and bound in 4 vol. in Ruffia Leather, 
niuith a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

145 The Coronation of King George I. after Cheron, by Dubofc; Laft 
Judgment, Holy Family with Angels, Refurredion, Diana and Ac- 
taeon. Salutation, Herod's Cruelty, Dead Chrift with Figures, Chrift 
fcourged. Taking down from the Crofs, S. Michael, with one hun- 
dred and thirty others after Coufin, Pet. Candidus, Bapt. de Caval- 
leris, Domenichini, and others ; bound in Calves Leather, gilt on the 
Lea-ves. 

146 Two fine Prints of Peter the Great and his Confort, after Amicioni, 
by Wagner; Nativity, afcer Albanus ; our Saviour on the Crofs, by 
Joh. Ab. Ach ; St, Peter on the Weaves, Aquila ; a large Sacrifice, the 
fame j Salutation, after Ulin, by Audran ; S. Bruno, after la FofTe ; 
Chrift*s Difcourfe with t^^o of his Difciples at Emaus, Iransfiguration, 
after Coypel ; Hercules and the Hydra, after Guido j Carrying the 
Crofs, Mignard ; with feveral other capital Prints, all engraved by 
Audran; bound in Cah'es Leather, gilt on the Leai-es 

l(j.7 Two hundred and fifty-eight laj'ge and fmall Prints, all engraved by 
Stephanus, bound in Ruffia Leather, gilt on toe Leaves. 

148 Two hundred and thirty-five Prints, reprefenting the Hiftory of the 
Old and New Teftament, neatly engraved, and bound in Ruffia Lea- 
ther, ivith a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

149 Salutation, by Edelinck ; Holy Family, the fame, after Carlouche ; 
the fame after Raphael ; the fame with Angels, after Stella ; S. Fran- 
cis Xavier, Poilly ; Apollo and the Mufes, by Monier ; all graved by 
Edelinck. The Labours of Hercules, in eleven fine Prints, after 
F. Floris ; the Laft Supper, very beautiful. Dead Chrift with Figures, 
Pet. Jalhea ; Jofeph and his Brethren, with feveral others after dif- 
ferent Mafters ; bound in Calves Leather, gilt on the Leaves.^ 

150 Fifty-eight exceeding fine large Heads of Popes, Cardinals, and 
Clergy of the Church of Rome, together with two hundred and 
fifty fmall Heads, all neatly engraved, and bound in 2 vol, in Ruffia 
Leather, voith a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

151 S. Anthony of Padua, Defcending of the Holy Ghoft, S. Philip Neri, 
Transfiguration, S. Terefia, the Laft Sapper, Mofes and the Daugh- 

ters 



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ten of Midir.n, Mofes and the Rock, a Sacrifice, with feveral other 
capital Prints, all after the Paintings of Cyrus Ferrus, by Bloeraart, 
Carlo de la Haye, H. Vincent, Aqulla, and Kirkall ; ^««W in red 
Morocco, gili on the Leai/es. 

152 Converfion of St. Paul, by J. Palma ; ^neas's Flight, Raphael; 
Dead Chrirt, Schenck ; an Alter-plece, Bernini j the Cieling of the 
Stair-Cafe at V'erfaille?, le Brun ; with feveral fine Prints of antique 
Statues J bound in Rvjfta Leather, ivith a large Border of Gold on the 
Sides. 

153 The Heads of Arutia George, Secretary Craggs, Lord Conningfby, 
K. Geo 1. M. Locke, Duke of Ormond, He<n. Duke of Grafton, 
Ld. Mailings, Duke of Devonfliire, Admiral Allin, Hen. Duke of 
Beaufort, j\i. Echi'.rd, Sir James Montague, Lord Carteret, K.Geo. 
IL Q^ Caroline, Sir Ed. Ward, Sir Geo. Byng, Col. Fielding, Judge 
Fortelcue Aland, Dr. Crewe, Sir Rich. Steele, Sir Sim. Harcourt, 
Sir Roger I'Eltrange, Matth. Prior, Mr. Walker, Baron Finch, Ld. 
Sommers, Mr. Dryden, Dr. Garth, with feveral others, all three ^ecir-^ 
ters, engraved ofter the Painti?igs of Sir G. Kneller, hound in Rujfia, 
Leather, vjith a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

j^l The Heads of Sir Edward Dering, Dr. King, James D. of Ormond, Mr. 
Pope, Count L'oune, Dr. Radcliffe, Count Gallas, Sir Rob. Walpole, 
P. Anne, SirTho. Parker, Count bchonberg, John L,ord Cutts, Bp. At- 
lerbury. Hen. Powle Mailer of the Uolls, Bp. Tillocfor, Sir Wm. 
Trumbull, Prince Rupert, Peter the Great, Edmd. Waller, Mr. Tom- 
pion, Ch. E. of Peterborough, Q_ M;;ry, Sir If. Newton, Dan. E. of 
Nottingham, Bp. Moore, and feveral others, after the Paintings of 
Sir G. Kneller, neatly engraved, and bound in RuJJia Leather. 

1^5 Sixty-three large Heads iifcer the Paintings of le Febure, ingraved 5 
by Pittau, 6 by Vanfchuppen, 3 by Grignon, the reft by Roullet, 
Lombart, Savage, Simmoneau, Poilly, Vertue, Audran, and Ede- 
linck, bound in Rujjia Leather. 

156 Fifty-three large Heads after the Paintings of Merevelt, Mander, 
and Vanloo, engraved by Lombart, Mafne, Mattham, Muller, Ver- 
tue, Wingendorp, and N. de rAmelTin. 

157 One hundred and forty Heads, graved by S. Picart, Edelinck, and 
Paillier, after the Paintings of le Aiairc. To this Colledtion is ad- 
ded nineteen large Views of the Gardens in and about Rome ; bound 
in Rujfa Leather. 

i5S"Hen, IV. Albertus, Pet. Seguier, Card. Mazarin, Pope Sixtus V. 
Guill. le Gaillard, Boiceux, Ez. Spanheim, M. Des Marais, Pet. Da- 
net, Ad. Baillet, Joh. Hampden. Card. Berville, J.ac. du Boulay, 
Card. Borromac, the BlefTed Virgin, Ant. Arnauld, M. Montmor, 
Pet. le Moyne, M. Riviere, with -forty other fine Heads, after the. 
Paintings of Champaigne, /\Hou, Vovet, Albertus, Simon, and 
John ab Ach, engraved by Thomaffin, Audran, Ragout, Morin, Ede- 
linck, Vanfchuppen, and Nantueil ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

159 Fr. Tortebat, a Painter, by de Piles ; Eapt. Santolius, by du Mee ; 
M.Moreri, by de Troye ; the Pretender, the fame ; M. Herbelot, 
M. Simon ; Ph. Duke of Anjou, Nic. de Malezieu, Duke of Bur- 
gundy, Lud. Montenard, M. Teiffier, Jof Scaliger, Archbp. of Co- 
logne, Card. d'Eilrees, John Racine, Rigaud the Painter, M. Sol- 
leyfel, M. Tellior, M. Perron, Philip V. of Spain on Horfeback, M. 
Gramont, with thirty-eight other large Heads, moft of them after 
• C de Tro/ 



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de Troy and Tellelin, engraved by Edelinck and Duflos ; Sound in 

RiiJJia Leather. 

1 60 Card. Richelieu, Paul de Gondy, Louis XIII. M- le Thellier, Robt. 
Arnauld, Sir R. Blackmore, Sir Wm. Petty, Mr. Dryden, Had. Re- 
land, Lewis XIII. on Horfeback, our Saviour at the Well, P.Eu- 
gene, Lewis XIV. on Horfeback, M. Colbert, D. of Orleans, Dan. 
Huetius, with forty-fix other large Heads after the Paintings of 
Champaignc, graved by Morin, Pitau, Thomafiin, Maflbn, Nantueil, 
and Vanlchuppen ; bound in Rufjia Leather. 

\6i Fifty-feven large Heads, after the Paintings of Vignon and le Fe- 
bure, graved by S. and Bernard Picart, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

162 Fifty large Heads, engraved by Poilly, Pitau, Tardieu, Vanfchuppen, 
Edelinck, Grignon, Vermeulen, and Nantueil, after the Paintings of 
le Febure, Vandyck, and Dahl, bound in Rufjia Leather. 

163 Dan. Horftius, John III. King of Poland, Mich. Molinos, Bp. Dolben, 
M. Fenelon, Lewis P. de Conde, Paul Oliva, Edwd. Colfton, Efq; 
Card. Noailles, with forty fix others after the Paintings of Coypel, 
engraved by Hubert, Langlois, Drevet, Simon, Edelinck, and Ver- 
tue ; hound in Ruffia Leather. 

164 Fifty-four large Heads, after the Paintings of Rigaud, Vivien, Van 
Oft, Champaigne, Coypd, Largilliere, Amicioni, and le Febure, en- 
graved by Edelinck, Pitau, and Poilly ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

1 65 Fifty-feven large Heads, engraved by Houbraken, Landry, Langlois, 
Vanfchuppen, and Viffcher, after the Paintings of Holbein, F. Zuc- 
charo, P. Lely, Cooper, Vandyck, Largilliere, and Sir G. Kneller ; 
boutid in Ruffia Leather. 

1 66 Forty-fevea large Heads, after the Paintings of Mignard, engraved by 
Maflbn, Poilly, Drevet, Pitau, Baudet, Vanfchuppen, Vermeulen, 
Gantrel, Edelinck, and Nantueil ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

167 Seventy-eight large Heads engraved by Drevet, Audran, Daret, Len- 
fant, Silveltre, Lombart, and Albert Durer, after the Paintings of 
Vandyck and Dieu, bound in Rtffta Leather. 

168 Seventy-five exceeding fine Heads, after the Paintings of Largilliere, 
engraved by Edelinck, \'anfchuppen, Pitau, Drevet, and Audran ; 
bound in Rjffia Leather. 

169 Sixty-four large Heads, engraved by Vermeulen, Chereau, Matthan, 
de Jode, Pitau, Edelinck, Landry and Poilly, after the Paiptings 
of Sir G. Kneller, le Brun, Bloemart, and Mignard ; bound in Ruffia 
Leather. 

170 Seventy-eight large Heads, after the Paintings of Gribelin and Jou- 
venet, engraved by Landry, P. de Jode, Drevet, Edelinck, Hubert, 
Pontius, and Gantrel ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

171 Fifty large Heads, neatly engraved after the Paintings of different 
Mailers, Mid bound in Rifftn Leather. 

,172 Forty-feven large Heads, after the Paintings of feveral Mafters, neatly 
engraved, and bound in Ruffia Leather. 

173 Forty five exceeding fine Heads, after the Paintings of Vandycke, 
engraved by Vofterman, Soutman, Pontius, P. de Jode, Marten, 
Vandenmenden, and other fine Inipreffions ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

'i-\ Sixty- two large Heads, engraved by Vofterman, Voet, Vanfchup- 
pen, Simon, Lubin, and others, after the Paintings of J. Palma, and 
Com. de V05, bound in Ruffia Leather, 

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PRINTS, &c. .19 

1 75 Sixty-five fine large Heads, after the Paintings of Sir Peter-Paul Ru- 
bens, and Langlois, engraved by Lairmeffin, Vofterman, Bloemart, 
Pontius, Edelinck, and Pitau ; 6ou»d in RuJJia Leather. 

1 76 Forty-fix fine large Heads, engraved by Bolfwert, Vollerman, Pon- 
tius, Pet. de Jode, Honduis, and Corn. Gallo, all after the Paintings 
of Vandyck ; bound in RuJJia Leather. 

1 77 Fifty-three large Heads, after the Paintings of Largilliere, and others, 
engraved by Sadeler, Ragoc, A4orin, Hollar, Simmoneau, Drever, 

Vanfchuppen, and Edelinck ; bou7id in Ri'Jjia Leather. 

178 Forty-five large Heads, after the Paintings of E-g. Sadeler, Joh. ab 
Ach, and Bonet, engraved by Edelinck, Vertue, Lombart, and Pitau, 
hound in RuJJia Leather. 

179 Sixty-one fine large Heads, engraved by Nantueil, Vandale, Pet. de 
Jode, Vollerman, Ver Cruijs, Daflos, Edelinck, Audran, Vanfchup- 
pen, after the Paintings of Titian, Champaigne, and de Troye ; 
bound in Rujfia Leather. 

180 Seventy-three large Heads, engraved by Duflos, Audran, Edelinck, 
Vermeulen, Vandalen, Vofterman, and Vanfchuppen, after the 
Paintings of Tintoret, Vivien, and Sir James Thornhill ; bound in 
RuJJia Leather. 

181 Fifty large Heads, after the Paintings of Joan. Livius, le Brun, Lar- 
gelliere. Sir Pet. Lely, and Dahl, engraved by Vorterman, Bazin, 
Edelinck, Pontius, Vertue, Albert Durer, Vanfchuppen, and Mcflbn ; 
bound in RuJJia Leather. 

182 Fifty-nine large curious Heads, engraved by Duflos, Drevet, Ede- 
linck, Simmoneau, Vermeulen, Tardieu, and Audran, all after the 
Paintings of Rigaud, bound in RuJfia Leather. 

I 83 One hundred and eighteen large Heads, after the Paintings of Mig- 
nard, Holbein, Sir P. Lely, Pefne, and others, engraved by Albert 
Durer, Vofterman, Lombart, Langlois, Roullet, Matthan, and Vif- 
fcher, hound in RuJJia Leather. 

1 84 Sixty-feven fine large Heads, defigned and engraved by Maflbn, Me- 
rian, Mefne, and others ; bou-nd in RuJJia Leather. 

I 8; Two hundred and forty-five Heads, neatly engraved by Moncornet 
and Mofm, bound in RuJJia Leather. 

186 Forty large Heads after Ant. dal Sarto and Simon, engraved by Vif- 
fcher and Lenfant ; to which are added, twenty-four fine Prints of 
the twelve Csfars, and their Conforts, by le Blond ; bound in RuJJia 
Leather. 

187 Sixty large Heads, engraved by Edelinck, S. Picart, Simon, MafTon, 
Matthaiij, , Soutnian, and J. Heinz, after the Paintings of JE%. Sade- 
ler, Bloemart, Carlo Marat, Largilliere, and Sir G. Knellerj bound 
in RuJJia Leather. 

188 Sixty-three large Heads, after the Paintings of Sir Peter-Paul Rubens, 
Mignard, Vaillant, Tortebat, de Troy, Champaigne, and Galliot, 
engraved by Vofterman, Grignion, Edelinck, Lombard, Nolin, Dre- 
vet, Duflos, Maffon, Vanfchuppen, Albert Durer, and Vandalen } 
hound in RuJJia Leather. 

189 Seventy -five large Heads, engraved by Trouvain, Simmoneau, Nan- 
tueil, Soutman, Kilian, Audran, . and Drevet, after the Paintings of 
Nivellon, Sandrart, Champaigne, Bourdon, Largilliere, A. Carrache, 
and Rigaud ; bound in RuJJia. Leather, 

■M 3 igo Fifty- 



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\go Fifty -fix large Heads after the Paintings of Vaudevelde, J, Carrache, 
Santerre, JEg. Sadeler, and le Brun, engraved by Soutman, P. de 
Jode, Saendram, R. Sadeler, Audran, Baflos, Kdelinck and Ver- 
ineulen ; iounJ /;; I^i^J/ia Le^-^tBer. 

191 Sixty-one large Heads, engraved by M. Katalis, G. le Brun, Edelinck, 
Albert Durcr, Morin, and Pitau, after the Paintings of Sandrart, 
Luca Bertelli, Vander Places, de Seve, Vanmol, Champaigne, Daret, 
And. dal Sarto, Mignard, and Ant. Salamanca ; bound in Rujfia 
Leather. 

192 Fifty-two large Heads, after the Paintings of Mignard, Champaigne, 
and du Sour, all engraved by Nantueil, bound in Rujfic Leather. 

ir3 Fifty- four large Heads, engraved by Poilly, Silveftre, Drevet, Du- 
charge, Edelinck, and Chereau, after the Paintings of de Troy, 
Jouvcnet, Rigaud, Coype], L'hampaigne, Largilliere, le rebure, and 
iViignard ; bo^tnd in RuJJia Leather. 

194 Sixty-one large Heads, after the Paintings of Mignard, de Piles, de 
Troy, P. Paul Rubens, and Champaigne, engraved by Vanfchuppen, 
Vofterman, and RoufTelet ; houn(^ in Rujfia Let.tker. 

195 Sixty five exceeding fine large Heads, engraved by Viflcher, Lom- 
bart, Blooteling, Vallet, Larmeiffin, Vermeulen, Poilly, Audran, 
Vanfchuppen, and Soutman, after the Paintings of Paillet, Blan- 
chard, Largilliere, P. Carliarii, Jouvenet, and Vanloo ; bound in 
Riijfta Leather. 

156 Seventy large Heads, painted and engraved by Lenfant, bound in 
RuJJia Leather. 

1 97 Sixty-four fine large Heads, engraved by Landry, RouiTelet, Vanfchup- 
pen, Jac. Freii, Corn. Galle, Larmefiin, S. Gantrel, Langlois, Maf- 
fon, and Poilly, after the Paintings of Ch''mpaigne, N. Loire, Carlo 
Maratt, and Mignard ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

J98 Sixty-eigl;t large Heads, after the Paintings of Vander Plads, Pet. 
Nelli, Baubrun, and H. Strefor, engraved by Reynefibn, M. Natalis, 
C. de Pas, Mattham, le Pautre, Picart, Pitau, and Poilly ; bound in 
Ruffi I Leather. 
. 199 Sixty two large Heads, neatly engraved after the Paintings of diffe- 
rent Mailers, and boimd in Ruffiu Lenther. 
,200 Sivty-one large Heads, engraved by Vandale, Edelinck, I'ArmeiTin, 
Muller, Audran, and iVfafne, after the Paintings of Luttichuys, \ cr- 
celin, J. de Lien, and Mans Holbein, hound in Rufjla Leather. 

20 1 One hundred and fix large and fmall Heads, engraved by Dupuis, 
Jvilian, Calp. Merian, de Jode, Mattham, Baron, Defrochers, an^ 
Orlandi, after Meyilens, ViflTcher, Vanbleeck, and Dubordieu i.bcund 
in Ruffta Leather. ■'- 

202 Ninety-fcvcn large and fmall Heads, defigned and engraved by 
■White, hound in Ruffta Leather. 

203 Forty three large Heads, engraved by Edelinck and Vertue, after 
Habert, y£gidius Sadeler, and Hill, hound in Ruffta Leather. 

204 Eighty-feven large and fmall Heads, after the Paintings of le Brun, 
Sir I'tter-Paul Rubens, Julio Romano, Vivien, and Rigaud, engraved 
by RoufiTelet, Vertue, Vanfchuppen, Mattham, M. Sadeler, B. Pi- 
cart, le Pautre, Duflos, Corn. Galle, and Edelinck ; bound in Ruff a 
Leather. 

205 Seventyrthree large and fmall Heads, after the Paintings of Lar- 
. gilliere and Dupuis, engraved by Chereau, Landry, Vermeulen, 

Van- 



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Vanfchuppen, Grignon, Edelinck, Vertue, Houb raker, and Morin ; 
bound in Rufjla Leather. 

2c6 Seventy nine large Heads, graved by Edelinck, Poilly, Gantrel, Dii- 
flos, Pontius, Vanfchuppen, Dievet, Vermeulen, S. Ficarc, Coffin, P, 
de Jode, Corn. Galle, and Nantueil, after V.mlint, Largilliere, Ant. 
Paillet, Cliampaigne, F. Centenfis, and Hale ; hound in RuJJia 
Leather. 

207 Seventy large and fmall Heads, after the Paintings of Morand, Chara- 
paigne, GifFart, Giilot, Pouffin, de Platte, G. Kneller, Spranger?, 
and Coypei, engraved by Langlois, J. Telia, Morin, Pitau, Aubert, 
Sadeler, and Edelinck ; bound in RuJjia Leather. 

2o3 Eighty-two large and fmall Heads, er.graved by Vanfchuppen, Ede- 
lii.ck, Eloemart, LarmeiTm, Houbraken, and Simmoneau, after tlie 
Paintings of Ovens, P.igauk, Vandyck, le Febure, AIign.ird, and 
d- Troy ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

2og Sixty-three large Head:, after the Paintings of Ant. Salamanca, !e 
Biun, and Champaii;ne, engraved by Vanfqhuppen, Morin, Rem- 
brant, Nantueil, Corn. Galle, Drevet, M. Sadeler, and Soutman; 
bound in Rujfia Leather. 

no One hundred and twelve large and fmall Heads, engraved by Ede- 
linck, Joa. Livius, Donacina, Habert, Roullet, Houbraken, M, Sade- 
ler, and Corn. Galle, after the Paintings of de Piatte, Vandyck, and 
And. dal Sarto, Champaigne, and ie Febure ; bound in Ruffia 
Leather. 

211 Fifty-fix large Heads, after Titian, de Piles. Vandyck, and Cham- 
paigne, engraved by Mafne, Soatman, Viflcher, Kilian, Sandrart, 
M. Sadeler, Simmoneau, Vanfcbappen, and Poilly j bound in Rufjla 
Leather. 

212 One hund.ed and Ninety eight large and fmall Heads, all neady 
engraved by Albert J)urer, P. de Jode, Daret, and Edelinck, after 
different Mailiers, bound in Ruffta Leather. 

213 Fifty-feven large Heads, engraved by Vanfchuppen, Lombart, Tro- 
vain, Edelinck, A. Durer, rhomafTin, Maflbn, Vandalen, and Mo- 
rin, after the Paintings of le Brun, Mignard, Rigaud, Tortebat, Joa. 
ab Ach, Pet. Lely, and Champaigne ; bound in Ruffia Le^ither. 

214 Eighty-three large and fmall Heads, engraved by Daret, Mattham, 
Trovain, VifTcher, Edelinck, and Soutman, after the Paintings of 
Simon, and other great Malters ; bound in Ruffia Leather. 

21 5 One hundred fifty-eight large and fmall Heads, after the Paintings of 
Joa. ab Ach, Champaigne, Sir Pet. Lely, Sir P. Paul Rubens, and 
Sir G. Kneller, engraved by Sadeler, Houbraken, Blooteling, P. Pon- 
tius, and Habert,. hound in Rnjfm Leather. 

216 Sixty-three large Heads, er.graved by Poilly, Grignon, Edelinck, 
Mafne, Schenck, C. Mellan, Cbereau, and Hollar, after the Painting* 
of Le Febure, Blanvin, Sir G. Kneller, and, Holbein, bound in Ruf- 
fia Leather. 

217 Fifty-three large Head?, engraved by Albert Durer, Corn. Galle, 
Hollar, Voilerman, VifTcher, Humbelot, Vanfchuppen, and Bloote- 
ling, after the Paintings of Lochon, Joa. Livius, Sir Pet. Lely, and 
Van Loo, bound in Rujfta Leather, 

2 1 8 Sixty-feven large and fmall Heads, after the Paintings of Carlo Maratt, 
Van Ooft, Vandalen, Egmont, Pet. Schenk, Bourdon, and Sir G. 
Zneller, engraved by Daret, Poilly, M. Sadeler, Simon, Lombart, 

Edelinck, 



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Edelinck, Landry, Nantueil, Hollar, Albert Durcr, Lochon, Lauwers, 
and Lubin, houtid in Riiffia Leather. 

219 Eighty-five large and fmall Heads, engraved by Kilian, VifTcher, J. 
Frofne, Nutting, and Albert Durer, after the greatefl Mailers, bound 
in Rujfia Leather. 

320 Two hundred and fifty-five large and fmall Heads, neatly engraved, 
after the Paintings of different Mailers, and bound in Ruffia Leather. 

221 Fifty -nine large and fmall Heads, after the Paintings of Deffier, Du 
Molin, Van Negre, Vandycke, Arlaud, Van Hulle, Sir Pet. Lcly, 
and Coypel, engraved by Edelinck, Kilian, Matham, Nantueil, Viff- 
cher, Virtue, and Suyderhoef, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

2Z2 One hundred and twenty-three large and fmall Heads, engraved by 
Mafne, Mn. Vico, Aug. Carrache, Pontus, Poiily, M. Natalis, Clo- 
vit, and Grignon, after the Paintings of Du Monilier, Lucas Jordaen, 
Nocret, Teylingen, and Jannet, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

223 Two hundred twenty five Heads, after Mignard, and Holbein, en- 
graved by Corn. GaUe, Vermeulen, Vertue, Rembrant, Defrocher, 
and Lombart, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

224 One hundred and thirty Heads, Engravings, and Metzetintos, by 
different Hands, hound in Ruffia Leather. 

225 One hundred and five large and fmall Heads, after Bordon, Carlo 
Maratt, J Frii, Mignard, Gobert, Rembrant, Simon, and Van 
Dycke, engraved by C Mellan, Drevet, Soutmaii, C. Duchetti, 
Audran, Bloemart, Vollerman, Poiily, Vallet, Hollar, Vanfchappen, 
and Edelinck, hound in Ruffia Leather. 

226 One hundred and ninety large and fmall Heads, engraved by .^n. 
Vicus, Albert Durer, Rembrandt, De Jode, Hollar, Bonacina, Lan- 
dry, and Vandalen, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

^%1 One hundred fixty-fix large and fmall Heads, engraved by VilTcher, 
P. de Jode, Lombart, and Houbraken, after Martin de Vos, and 
other?, bound in Rufia Leather. 

ZZ% Seventy five fine large Heads, after Rembrant, Ant. Salamanca, 
Schenck, Ringard, Du Monftier, and Ponchel, engraved by Lenfant, 
Lubin, GilLrt, \ ovillement, P. de Jode, Landry, Larmeffin, Hollar, 
Pitau, Kilian, and Vandalen, bound in Ruffi.a Leather. 

229 One hundred twenty-three large and fmall He.ids, engraved by Nan- 
tueil, Lombart, Lubin, Lenfant, P. de Jode, S. Picart, Coquin, Col- 
laert, and Vertue, after Champaigne, Quellel, VerJpranck, and Ber- 
nard, hound in Ruffia Leather. 

230 Two hundred large and fmall Heads, engraved by F, ViUamena, 
Lombart, Edelinck, and Ant. Salamanca, after Coypel, and others, 
bound in Riffia Leather. 

231 Fifty-five large Heads, neatly engraved, after different Mailers, and 
bound in Ruffta Leather. 

232 One hundred fixty-eight large and fmall Heads, engraved by M. Na- 
talis, Gantrel, Daret, Corn. Galle, Ant. Salamanca, Poiily, Picart, 
afler Mafne, Bapt. Coriolanus, and others, bound in Ruffia Leather. 

233 One hundred forty-three large and fmall Heads, engraved by Da- 
ret, Defrocher, Audran, Ant. Salamanca, Hollar, Edelinck, Corn. 
Galle, and Vertue, after Vandycke, and others, bound in Ruffia 
Leather. 

234 One hundred and thirty large and fmall Heads, engraved by S. Picart, 
ViiTcher, Vertue, Humbelet, M^. Vicus, Gaultier, and Alber; Du- 
rer, 



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rer, after Titian, Ant. Paillet, and Sir Pet. Leiy, iound In Rujfta 
Leather. 

235 One hundred forty-nine large and fmall Heads, after Rembrant, Luca 
van Leyden, F. Centenfis, and Sir G. Kneller, engraved by Van- 
fchuppen, Jo. Bapt. Pafqualino, Corn. Galle, Soutman, and Vertue, 
bound in Rnjjia Leather. 

236 Fifty-fix large Heads, Engravings, and Metzotintos, by different 
Hands, boumi in Rujfia Leather. 

237 Sixty-eight large and fmall Heads, engraved by Ant. Salamanca, 
Nantueil, Van Sompel, Bazin, Bloemart, Gantrel, and Chereau, 
after Soutman, P. Lilly, Schenck, and Sevin, bound in Ru/Jia 
Leather. 

238 Eight hundred eighty-eight fmall Heads, neatly engraved, and bound 
in Rujfta Leather. 

239 Seventy-feven large Heads, engraved by Mellan, Aquila, Vertue, 
and others, after Rembrant, Blommen, &c, bound in RuJfia 
Leather. 

Zip Fifty-feven large Heads, neatly engraved, after different Mailers, and 
bound in Ruffta Leather. 

241 Sixty-two fine Prints, whole Lengths, being Copies from the Paintings 
in Card. Richlieu's Gallery, bound in Ruffta Leather. 

242 Fifty-five Prints of Cardinals, neatly engraved, by different Hands, 
and bound in Ruffta Leather. 

243 Fifty-two fine large Head=, engraved by Simon, Blootelinge, Suider- 
hoef, VilTcher, Clovet, Bazin, Humbelot, and Houbraken, after De 
La Borde, Bary, Beale Pot, Hermans, White, P. Lelly, Bonnart, 
and Sir G . Kneller, bound in Rtiffia Lsrther. 

344 Fifty-feven large Heads, engraved by Poilly, Edelinck, Drevet, Suy- 
derhoef, Landrey, Blooteling, Vertue, VilTchej;, Vandalen, and 
Gantrel, after Pefne, Sir G. Kneller, Rembrant, Chaunau, Rigaud, 
Voet, and Soutman, bound in Ruffta Leather. 

245 Ninety-fix Heads, neatly engraved, by different Hands, and bound in 
Ruffta Leather. 

246 One hundred and three Heads of the Knights of Malta, engraved by 
different Hands, and bound in Ruffta Leather. 

247 Eighty-feven large Heads, after Kneller, Hyfing, Mcrcier, Walker, 
Conca, Hargraver, Negre, Beaubrun, &c. by Smith, Simon, Fa- 
ber, Picart, Eller, Jac. Freii, De Pois, and Poilly, bound in Ruffta 
Leather. 

248 Sixty fif large Heads, engraved by Edelinck, De Bry, Hollar, Lom- 
bart, Jac. Freii, Bary, Smith, Thomaffin, Faber, Drevet, and Nan- 
tueil, after Rigaud, Vivien, Le Febure, P. Lilly, Kneller, Lignani, 

*Highmore, Albertus, and Soutman, bound in Rujfta Leather. 

249 Eighty-four Heads of^ the Kings of England, engraved by Vertue, and 
Houbraken, after Sir G. Kneller, Wright, Holbeins, Sir P. Lely, and 
Seeman, bound in Ruffta Leather. 

250 Ninety-nine large Heads of the moll eminent Painters, neatly engraved 
by feveral Hands, and bound in Ruffta Leather. 

251 Ninety-one large Heads, amongft which are the Englifh Poets, en- 
graved by Vertue, the reft engraved by Houbriihcn, C. Mellan, 
C. Duchetti, Rouifelet, and Vollerman, after Sir P. Paul Rubens, 
Le Brun, Sir P. Lely, Rembrant, Kneller, and Murray, botmd in 
Ruffta Leather. 

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252 Fifty fix large Heads, engraved by Cars, Suyderhoef, Blondcau, and 
Vertue, after Philips, Ant. Lefma, B. Gaulli, and Merck, lou?ii^ in 
Rulfta Ler.thcr. 

25J One hundred forty-three large and fmall Heads, engraved by Pitaii, 
Defrocher, RoufTelec. Ant, Salam;<nca, Pet. Telia, C. Melhin, Sturt, 
and Edelinck, after Renibraiit, Lucas, Schtnck, and Holben, bound 
in R-:;ffui LcrAher. 

?54 Eighiy-feven Heads, Engravings, and Metzotintos, by Lombart, 
Vanfchuppen, and C. Melian, Kantueil, Faithorme, AlalTon, Vertue, 
and S. Ficart, bound, in Rulfta Leather. 

'Jhe aho-ve ColleHion of Heads are bound iimforvi hi IO2 large Volutnes 
ir: Rvffu: Leniber, nvith a brOad Border of Gold on the Sides ; but 
for the Accommodt.tion of the Curious, any fingle Volume luill be 
jold fepr.rate, as they are dijli/iguifoed in the Catalogue. 

255 Fifteen exceeding fine Heads, after Le Brun, Mignard, Mali 

Hals, engraved by Edelinck, Volterman, M. Natali-, SnoPoilly ; 
Chrift on the Crofs, after V^endick, by Audran ; Holy Family, by 
Fteniinet ; Flight of ^neas, after Raphael \ with fcveral other good 
Engravings and Aietzotintos, by different Hands ; bound in Ruffia 
Leathery 'vjith a large Border of Cola on the Sides. 

»56 Thirty-one large Heads, after Le Brun, Mignard, Livius, Holben, 
Van OolV, Vandycke, S;uidrart, and Tortebat, engraved by Ede- 
linck, RouiTelet, J Sadclcr, Dankertz, Voiterman, Vandalen, Albert 
Durer, and Vanfchuppen ; bound in Ruffia Ler.thcr, •vjtth a broad 
Border of Gold on the Sides. 

2:;- Fifteen fine large V;c\vs, by Callot ; fix large Views of Venice, by 
Canaletj ; Abraham at the Well, after Albanus, by Challeau ; a 
Cieling Piece, in four fine Prints, 'after Mignard, by Poilly ; Chrift 
railing the Dead, after Zuccarus, by Thomaffin ; with feveral others, 
after Sprangers, Stradanus, &c. bound in Ruffia Leather, ijoith a large 
Bordi r of Gold on the Sides. 

2^8 Thirty-iwo large Heads, Engravings, and Metzotintos, after Mig- 
nard, V r Spronck, Le Brun, JZ. Sadcler, Paillet, Hals, and Roc- 
' ilrato, by Volterman, i\'ialibn, Poilly, Suyderhoef, Edelinck, ViUlet, 
Vertue, Blooteling, and Coypel, boiaid i;i Ruffia Lecther. 

259 Fifty Lwo large Prints, Metzotintos, and Cravings, molt of them after 
old ii'ecnibkirk, neatly bound in Rujfta Leather. 

zio Ten large Prints of the Plabits of Oxford, engraved by Hollar, and 
bound in one Voliin-.e. 

261 Ninety exceeding large Prints of Palaces, Monuments, Tombs, the 
Pyramids, and other Antiquities, with their Dclcriptions, High 
Dutch, b\' Filcher, bound in one Voluvic. 

262 Nineteen fine Prints, being whole Lengths, of Saints and Bi(hops, 
after the Paintings of P. Soutman, by VilTcher ; and fourteen IJeads 
of P'mperors, after Soutman, by Van Soinp<4 ; bo.,}id together. 

263 Thirty-five large Heads, after Le Brun, Vandycke, Mignard, Jo. 
ab Ach, Pailler*^ and Rigaud, engraved by S. Picart, Maffon, Van 
Sompel, Edelinck, Vanlchuppen, Vallet, and Nantueil ; bound in 
Ruffia Leather, n.vith a large Border of Gold on the Sides. 

z6^ Auguiline with Angels, after Vandyck, by Pet. de Jode; our Sa- 
viour, the B. Virgin, and St. Anthony, after Vandyck, by Rouflelet; 
our Saviour on the Crofs, the fame, by Audran ; our Saviour and 
Sc. Peter, after Rubens, by Hubert ; the Lall Supper, by Poufiin ; 
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Apollo and the Mufes, after Raphael, by Ant. Salamanca ; St. Fran- 
cis Xavier, after Poilly, b y Edehnck j with feveral others, loufid in 
Ruffta. 
2.65 Adam and Eve, engraved by Baudet ; Salutation, Audran i Chrift 
praying in the Garden, the fame ; Prudence, Fortitude, Temperance, 
and Jultice, by Jac. Freii ; King David, Rouflelet j St Peter cruci- 
fied, Audran ; ySneas's Flight, the f:ime ; St. Cecilia, S. Picart j with 
feveral other fine Prints, all after the Paintings of Domenichini ; 
bound in Ruffia Lcathc?-. 

266 One hundred and twenty-five lar^e and fmall Views, and ten Prints 
of Horfes in different Attitudes, which together make a complete Sett 
of the Works of Vandermeulen. They oj-e all of the Jirji Proofs^ 
iveli prefei'ued, und bound in 2 'vol. in RtiJJla Leather. 

267 One hundred and thirty-nine large Prints of the ancient and modern 
Palaces of Genoua, defigned by Pet. Paul I^ubens, bound in one 
Volume. 

268 The pompous Entry of Ferdinand Duke of Auflria into Antwerp 
defcrib'd, in a large Colledion of Cuts, neatly engraved after the 
Paintings of Sir Pet. Paul Rubens, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

269 Tv.'enty-nine Prints in Claro Cblcuro, after Albert Durer, Tintoret, 
Raphael, and others, in a Port Folio. 

270 One hundred and thirty three Heads of illuHrious Men and Women, 
engraved after the Paintings of Vandyck, by Pontius, Corn. Galle, 
Hollar, Lommelin, P. de Jode, Vofterman, F. de Bailluc, J. Neeffs, 
J. Bolfwert, P. Clo\ et, Hondius, and N. Lauvvers. To this Sett is 
added the t-uuel-ue Heads etched by Vandjck ; they nxiere all colleSied by 
that great Judge of Prints, Mariett, at Paris, and ftgned on the 
Back 'with his Nc.me, as 'voarrajtting of them good Proofs ; they en 
inlaid in ro'^al' Paper, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leagues, 

271 Twenty-eight curious original Drawing?, by Hemskirk, in a Port 
Folio, cQ'vered nvith Morocco. 

zyz Fourteen fine Prints of the Life of /Eneas, after the Paintings of 
Pietro Berr echini de Cortona, by Carlo Cefio ; the Cupola of St. 
Paul's, after Sir James Thornhili, by da Bofc, Beauvai^, Baron, Van- 
der Gucht, axid Simmoneau , tiie rioufe of Lorretto in five Prints, 
by Vincent ; and a Cieling after Zamjiiere, by Sir Nic. Dorigny, in 
four large Prints, hound in Ruffia Leather. 

273 The T.Tpillry of the King of France, in eight fine Prints, after the 
Paintings of le Brun, engraved by Sebaft. le Cierc, and hoiindin Ruffia 
Leather. 

274 Forcy-two large Prints of Ferdinand the Infanta of Spain, his trium- 
pha:iC Entry into Ghent, hound together. 

275 Tweni/-two large Pnntt of the Patriarchs, after the Paintings of de 
la Hyre, engraved by Pitau, Lauwers, and Lenfant, boii7id in 
one 'vol. 

276 Two hundred and fifty- feven large Views of the Churches, King's 
Palaces, jind Noblemen and Gentlemen's Seats in Great-Britain, 
neicly engraved, md hound in 4 'vol. 

277 Fifty-fi;: large Prints, being the whole Works of Raimond le Fage, 
engraved by Audran, Vermeulen, and others, bound in Cahe-s 
Lr.uhcr. 

273 The Dcfigns of Inigo Jones, confifting of feventy-three Plans and 
Elet'ations for publick and private Buildings, publifhed by Hunt, 
lurge Paper, 

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2-9 Cate/by's Natural Hiftory of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama 
Iflands, containing tivo Imndred attd three Prints of Bird% Beafls, 
Fifhes, Serpents, Infects, and Plant?, curio iijly coloured after the 
Life, with tlicir Delcription in Englifh and French, 2 vol. 

280 Twenty-nine curious large Drawings of the fortified Towns, Caflles., 
and Forts in England and Wales, bound in red Morocco, ivith large 
Sil'jer Clafps. 

28 1 A Collecftion of curious Drawings of the principal fortified Towns 
in Ireland, with a View of the Pvivers and Countries adjacent, bound 
in blue Turky, gilt on the Leaves. 

282 Sixty-four beautiful Prints, reprefenting the pompous Funeral of 
Albert Archduke of Aullria, bound in one Volume. 

283 Forty Drawings, by Rubens, Bloemart, Pet. Tefta, Wykc, Bergajn, 
Tempeila, and other Maflers, paijled upon Paper, and bound in 
Vellum. 

284 Eight hundred and fifty-three large and fniall Prints, by Mat. Za- 
gel, Horatio Borgiano, Ilrael N;eck, Martin de Secu, and Al- 
bert Durer, neatly ps-ijled on royal Paper, and bound in tivo large 
Volufr.es. 

285 The Villa's of the Ancients, illuftrated by R. Caftell, m:ith Cuts, 
large Paper. 

i86 One hundred large Priijts, reprefenting the different Nations of the 

Levant, engraved by Simmoneau, Scotin, Dubofc, N. Cochin, and 

others, bound in one Volume. 
287 A Dcfcription of the royal Church of the Invalids, eflablifhcd by 

Lewis XIV. in fourteen beautiful large Prints, bound together in red 

Morocco, gilt on the Leases. 
2S8 One hundred Prints of Heads, Hiflories, Landskips, &c. in Metzo- 

tintos. Engravings, and Etchings, after Vandyck, Domenichini, Ca- 

noletti, Rubens, VVyck, Sir G. Kneller, and others, paifed on Pc/per, 

and bound in Velhan. 

289 Forty-eight Drawings by Raphael, M. Antonio, Montagna, Pet. 
Tefla, Spagnoletto, Rubens, and other great Mailers, in a Port 
Folio. 

290 Tv-enty-three beautiful Cuts, being the Arms of the States and 
others of the Nobility of the United Provinces, illuminated with 
twenty Maps of the Provinces, neatly divided, and bou?id in Vel- 
lum. 

291 Overbehe's Defcriptlon of the Antiquities of Rome, with 211 beau- 
tiful large Cuts, 3 vol. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 

292 The Proccfiion and Ceremonies, obferved at the Inflallat.'on of the 
Knights of the Bath, with Portraits of the Knights Companions and 
Officers of the Order, done from original Pidures by Pine. 

293 Fifty-three large Prints of the Palace and Gardens of Verfailles, 
ne.itly engraved, and bound in one vol. 

294. One hundred and feventecn large Prints, being the whole Works 
of Gerard LairelTe, dcfigned and engraved by himfelf, and bound 
in one vol. 
29; Two hundred forty -four Heads of Popes, neatly engraved, and hound 

in one vol. 
256 Two hundred and twelve Drawings on various Subje£ls, by and after 
•different Mailers, pailled on Papei-, and boutid in Vellum. 

' 297 The 
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297 The Temple of the Mufes, reprefented in fixty fine Prints, defigned 
and engraved by B Picart, with Explanations, l>ou;2^J toy-etler. 

z<)%- The Paintings in the Gallery of Card. Richelieu, defigned and en- 
graved by Heincc and Bignon, and bound together. 

299 Fifty-two large Prints of the antique Statues of Rome, defigned and 
engraved by Francis Perier, and bound in one I'ol. 

3 CO One hundred and twenty-fix fine Prints of illuftrious Pcrfons of all 
Nations, with an Account of their heroick Adions, bound in one 
Vclu7ne. 

301 One hundred and twenty large Prints of the Churches and Ch-pels 
of Rome, after the Paintings of Beretinus de Cortona, engraved by 
different Hands, and bomid in one vol. 

3Q2 One hundred and five large Prints of the Palaces of Rome, defigned 
and engraved by Bapt. Falda, and bound in t-ixo Vohmies. 

303 The Antonine Column defcrib'd, in feventy-five large Prints, de- 
signed and engraved by Pet. S. Bartoli, bound in one 'vol. 

304 The whole Works of Callot, in feveral hundred large and fmall 
Prints, bound in 2 i;ol. 

305 Several different Views of St. Peter's Church at Rome, and the 
Chapels therein contained, bound together in Vellum. 

306 The Farnefian Gallery, in twenty-three fine large Prints, after the 
Pai -tings of Annibal Carrache, engraved by Pet. Aquila, ?Lvxd bound 
one 'vol. 

307 The Gardens and Fountains of Rome defcrib'd, in a large Col- 
leftion of fine Prints, defigned and engraved by Bapt. Falda, and 
bound in Rujfta Leather. 

308 Fifty-two large Prints, being the Hifiory of the Old Teflament, 
after Raphael, engraved by Csfar Fantetius, bound together. 

309 A very large Coiieftion of Prints of the Antiquities of Rome, 
beautifully engraved by different Hands, and hound in red Morocco^ 
gilt on the Lewves. 

310 Fifty large Prints of the Altars and Chapels of Rome, after the 
Paintings of Cinis Ferrus, engraved by Ant. de Petri, bound to- 
gether. 

311 Twenty-nine large Views of the principal Churches in Rome, bound 
together. 

3 1 2 Several large Views t>f the principal Palaces ia France, engraved by 
Siiveflcr, and bound together. 

3 ^3 Fifty large Prints of the antique Vafes, defigned and engraved by 
Pet. Aquila, and bound together. 

3 1 4 Eighty three large Prints of the Antiquities of Rome, defigned and 
engraved by Pet. S. Bartoli, boirnd together. 

3 1 5 Several fine Views of the Temple and Palace of Solomon, by Mail- 
let, bound together. 

316 The Trajan Column defcrib'd, in one hundred and nineteen large 
Prints, defigned and engraved by Pet, S. Bartoli, bound in one -vol. 

317 Thirty-two large Prints of various Ornaments in Architedure, 
I defigned and engra'ved by Philip Pajfarini, bound together. 

31S' Anatomy improved and illuftratcd, with Regard to the Ufes there- 
of in Defigning, with fifty-eight large Prints, engraved hy Van- 
dergacht, bound together. 

D 2 319 Tumbull's 



28 P R I N r S, Szc. 

3 1 9 Turnbufl's Treatife of ancient Painting, containing Obfervations on 
the Rife, Progref?, and Declme of that Arc amongft the Greeks and 
Romans, ^t^ fifty Pieces of onclent Painting, large Paper. 

320 Campbell's Vitruvius Britannicus, or the Biitifh Archiceft, contain- 
ing the Plans, Elevations, and Se£lions of the regular Buildings in 
Great-Britain, 3 vol. 

321 The Stadt-Houfe of Amfterdam defcribed, in a great Number of 
curious Prints, boioid together. 

^zz Fort) fi^ large Prints, being the Apocalypfis, all cut in Wood by 
Albeit Durer, bound together. 

323 The great Medaillion of Louis XIV. with the Ornaments of Paint- 
ings and Sculpture, in the Louvre Gallery, bound together, in red 
Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ues. 

324 Several large Views of the Palace of Clagny, graved by Coffin, 
bound together. 

325 Twenty-one large Prints of the Life of St. Francis, neatly engraved, 
and bound together. 

326 The pompous Funeral of Frederic Duke of Brunfwick Luenburgh, 
defcribed in eighty fix large Prints, boti7id together. 

327 The triumphant Entry of Lewis XIV. and his Queen into Paris, in 
feveral fine Prints, after Mignard, engraved by Poilly, bound to- 
gether. 

128 One hundred and Ninety-two large Prints on different Subjedls, 
being the whole Works of Marrot, bound together. 

329 A Defcription of the Royal Hofpital of Invalids at Paris, eftab- 
liflied by Lewis XIV. with feveral fine Prints, engraved by le 
Pautre, and others, bound together. 

330 Two hundred large Heads of illuftrious Men of France, engraved 
by Lubin, Edelinck, Poilly, and others, with their Lives by Per- 
rault, 2 vol. 

331 Fifty-nine large Prints of antique Vafes, Trophies, Shields, Altar- 
pieces, &c. engraved by Rochfort, Poilly, and others, bou7id to- 
gether. 

332 Thirty different Views of Guinea, neatly engraved, and bound in 
one vol. 

3J3 Twenty fine Print?, being the pompous Entertainment made by 
Lewis XIV. in the Palace and Garden of Verfailles, engraved by 
le Pautre, Poilly, aud others, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the 
Leaves. 

3-34 One hundred and three large Views of the Palaces and Churches 
. in Venice, defigned and engraved by Luca Carlevariis, bound to- 
gether. 

335 The Medals of Lewis XIV. flruck on the principal Events, during 
his Reign, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ues. 

336 Seventy-four large Prints, being Views of the Colleges, Halls, and 
publick Schools in Oxford and Cambridge, defigned and engraved 
by D. Loggan, z vol. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Lea-ves. 

337 A large Colleftion of fine Prints, being Portraits of the Family of 
Fugger, neatly engraved, and bound in one -voL 

338 A very large Colleftion of Plans, and Views of Towns, Cities, 
Fortifications, and ancient Buildings in France, neatly inlaid, and 
bound in RuJJia Leather, ivith a large Border ef Gold on the Sides, 
in 4 vol. 

339 Two 



P R I N r S, &c. 29 

339 Two hundred and eleven large Prints, being the Hiftory of the 

Old and New Teftament, by Picart, Houbraken, &c. mtJ bound 
in one 'vol. 

340 Four hundred and twenty-four 1-rge Prints of Trees, Plants. Flow- 
ers, and Fruits, beautifully coloured to the Life, with their Defcrip- 
tions in Latin and German, bound in tnvo 'vol. 

'1*1 A large Colleftion of Views of the Scadt-Houfes and other publick 
Buildings in Amfterdam, ^^// inhud and Izjied <vjith royal Paper, ayid 
botind in RvJJia Leather, 'with a large Border of Gold on the Sides, 
2 vol. 

342 Views of all the ancient Buildings in France, engraved by Merian, 
Briot, Chaftillon, and others, neatly hound ^ in Rujfia Leather, <vjitb 
a large Border of Gold on the Sides, 4 vol . 

343 A very large Cclledtion of Prints, being perfpedive Views of the 
principal Towns in the World, ne,'.tly inlaid and bound in Rufjia 
Leather, ixjith a large Border of Gold on the Sides, 4 vol. 

344 Plans, and p erfpeftive Views of the Towns in Switzerland, by Plep, 
and engraved by Merian ; a View of Geneva, Bibifcum, Lucern, 
Bafilea, Tigrum, Sterium, Underwadia, Clarona, Laufanna, and 
other Towns, Caftles, Seats, Cataradts, furprifing Rocks, and other 
curious \'iews, ne.:tl^ inlaid, and hound in RuJfia Leather, ivith a 
large Border of Gold on the Sides, 2 vol. 

345 King Charles JId's Entertainment in his Paffage through London to 
his Coronation, with Cuts. 

346 A large Colleftion of Views of the publick and private Buildings 
in Drefden, neatly inlaid, and bound in Ruffia Leather, i/jith a large 
Border of Gold on the Sides. 

347 Nine large Prints of the Planets, after Raphael, engraved by Sir 
N. Dorigny, bound together. 

348 Seventy-eight large Prints of Raphael's Paintings in the Va- 
tican, engraved by Pet. S. Bartoli and Lafreri, bound together. 

349 One hundred and eighty -nine large Prints of antique Temples, after 
the Paintings of Bapt. Montano, engraved by Bapt. Soria, 3 vol. 

3^0 I'hirty Drawing?, by Stephano de la Bella, and forty-four Prints of 
Heads after Leon, da Venii, prijled on Paper, 'nd hound together. 

351 Forty Prints of the Cries of Rome, by Annibal Carrache, bound 
together. 

352 One hundred and feven large Prints of the Fountains in Rome, de- 
figned and engraved by Bapt. Falda, and bound in 2 vol. 

353 One hundred and eighteen Heads, draWnby Guido, Carache, Bloe- 
mart. Rembrant, Rubens, Raphael, and others, paifted on Papevy 
and bound in one lol. 

^54 Thirty ihree grotefque Figures, neatly coloured. 

355 Several fmall Prints of Angels, Boys, Butterflies, &c. engraved by 

Hollar, bound together. 
3^6 One hundred and nine large Prints of the Palaces and Churches in 

Rome, neatly engrafved, and hound in one 'vol. 

357 Seventy-four large Prints of the Paintings in Rome, defigned and 
engraved by Pet. S. Bartoli, bound together. 

358 Several large and fmall Prints on various Subjefts, after P. V'^n Avant, 
Parmegiano, Alfheimer, Schut, and And. Mantuano, all engraved by 
Hollar, bound in one Volume. 

359 Eighty- 



MfliifiMMSg».; 



30 PRINTS, &c. 

359 Eighty-three Views, Sea Pieces, Landskips, Building?, and Ruins, 
all by Hollar, I'ound toc;ether. ■ 

360 TJie Ruins of Rome, in a large Colledlion of Prints, neatly engraved, 
pajhd on Paper, and boiuui together. 

361 Fourteen Prints of the Fountains in Rome, by Fanelli, bound 
together. 

362 Twenty-feven large Prints of Birds, neatly engraved by Roberts. 

363 A very large Colleftion of Views of different Towns in Europe, 
neatly engra'ved, and bound in o-ne Volume. 

364 One hundred eleven Heads, after Vandycke, with thofe etched by 
himfelf, fine Inipreffions, bo'.ntd in Red Morocco^ gilt on the Lea<ves. 

365 Thirty four Prints of Gems, Sec. engraved by/E V:cus, bound together: 

366 One hundred thirty-four large and fmall Heads, after Guido, Titian, 
Pet. 'I'ella, And. Sacchi, B. Contenaro, Holbein, Luca de Lcide, 
Le Ffbure, and Rembrant, engraved by Yallet, S. Picart, Vermeu- 
len, Vofterman, Langlois, Lorn. Galle, C. Mellan, Hollar, Van- 
fchuppen, Duflos, and Pitau, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the 
Lennjes. 

367 Sixty-feven Prints of Habits, and other mifcellaneous Subjefts, all' by 
Hollar, p(jficd on Paper, and bound in one vol. 

368 Bloemart's Drawing Book, containing thirty-fix Prints, pajlcd on Pa- 
per, and hound together. 

3-69 The pompous Funeral of Lewis, Dauphin of France, defcribed in 
feveral large Prints, neojly engraved, and hound together. 

370 Thirty-nine fmall Prints, being the Letters of the Alphabet, neatly 
engraved by Hollar, hound together. 

371 Forty-nine large Prints of Machines of diiFerent Sorts, neatly engraved, 
and bound together. 

372 Sixty-nine large and fmall Prints on different Subjefts, all "by Hollar, 
7ieatly pafied on Paper, and bound together. 

373 A very large CoUedion of Prints, being the Hiflory of the Old and 
New Teflament, neath cn'V-<,-vcd, a7id bound together, 

374 Forty Prints of yEgyptian, Grjecian, and Italian Antiquities, with 
their Defcriptions, hyli . CncwiWer, bound together. 

375 Forty large Prints of Ornaments of Architefture, engraved by Viffcher, 
bound together. 

376 SeverarViews of the Antoninr.n Column, and other Places in Rome, 
nkutly engraved, and hound in one vol. 

377 One hundred and for.y large Prints of the Statues of Rome, neatly 
engraved, and bound in one vol. 

378 Nineteen large Prints of , the Antiquities of Rome, neatly engraved, 
and bound together. 

379 A great Number of Prints, finely engraved by Goltziu?, of Stones, 
out of Ovid's Metamorphofis ; feveral Landskips of Places in and 
about Paris, all neatly hound together. 

380 Twenty-five Prints of Horfes, after Stradanus, engraved by Goltzius, 
and others, hound together. 

38/ A very large Collection of Prints of Architedlure, and other Subjefts,. 
by Ant. Salamanca, and others, bound i^t one vol. 

382 Eighty-five large Prints on different Subjects, engraved by Poilly, Au- 
dran, and others, hound together. 

383 One hundred and eighteen Prints of Plants, curioufly engraved by Le 
Brun, and bound together, 

, 38+ 



P R I N T S, See. 31 

384 Thirty Prints of Cardinals, 7ieath engra<ved, and bound in one <voL 

385 Ninecy two Heads of the old Philofophers, Poets, Rhetoricians, and 
Orators, neatly engraved, and bound together. 

386 The pompous Entry of the Q^ of Fiance into the Low Countries, 
reprefented in feveral curious Prints, printed on Vellum, and beauti- 
fully illuminated, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leanjes. 

387 The pompous Funeral of King James lid, reprefented in feveral cu- 
rious Cuts, bound together, 

388 Fifty-eight Prints of the Travels of Ulyfles, after the Paintings of 
Nicholas, engraved by Van Tulden, bou7id together. 

389 Sixteen fine Prints of the School of Arts, engraved -by Audran, Ede- 
linck, and Poilly, after Coypel, hound together. 

390 Sixty-feven Heads of Phyiicians, 7ieatlj engra'ved, and bound to- 
gether. 

391 Twelve Prints of antique Vafes, after P. Carravagio, engraved by 
Albertus. 

392 Thirty Prints of the Life of S. Tho. Aquinus, after Otho Vani, 
neatly engraved, and boinid together. 

393 One hundred and fifty Prints, being the HifTory of the New Tefta- 
ment, engraved by Wierx, and C. de Mallery, after M. de Vos, 
bound together. 

394 Two hundred fifty-eight Cuts to the Old and New Teflament, neatly 
engraved, and boutid in one vol. 

395 One hundred feventy-'^ve Prints, being the true Effigies of the moft 
eminent Painters, and other famous Artifis, engraved by Corn. Galle, 
Pet. dejode, and others, bound together. 

396 One hundred fine Prints of the Statues of Rome, neatly engraved, and 
bound together. 

397 Twenty-feven curious Drawings of Monuments, Altar-pieces, Obe- 
lisks, Fountains, &c. bound in one vol. 

398 The Tent of Darius explained, with a fine Print of the Tent, after 
Le Brun, by Gribelin. 

399 The Loves of Cupid and Pfyche, in thirty-two Prints, by Ant. Sala- 
manca, bound together. _ 

400 One hundred and ten Effigies of Illuftrious Men, engraved by Lafreri, 
and bound together. 

401 One hundred and three Prints of Statues, containing the Ivory Works 
of that famous Statuary Fr. BolTuet, engraved by Pool, bound in red 
Morocco . 

402 Fifty-four Heads of the Princes and Counts of Hollande, defigned 
and engraved by Meyflens, bound together. 

403 Large Colled^ion of Prints of Ornaments in Architefture, bound 
together. 

404 Forty Prints of antique Statues, bound together. 

405 The principal Buildings in Paris, neatly engraved on above 100 Plates, 
bound together. 

406 Schenck's Views of the Ruins of Rome, neatly engraved, with a Ma- 
nufcript Defcription of each Plats neatly wrote. 

407 Twelv» Prints of Heads, neatly engraved, and bound together. 



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Ulfri CJaJJiciy Poetici\ Critici^ Grammaticiy Lexicde^ 
& Bibliothecarice^ Greece & Latine^ Folio. 

408 T UCRETII Opera lib. fex accefT. varije Leftiones, ch. max. cum 
jLj 4f • Lond. 1712 

409 Rob. Stephani Thefaurus Linguae Latinae 4 vol. ch. max. Land. 1734 
4.10 Suidae Lexicon grsce & latine, edidit Kuflerus 3 vol. charta maxima 

Cantab, i 7O5 

411 Ovidii Tvletamorphofia lat. & gall, cntn 7nidth fig. Amft . \~o\ 

412 Dionyili HalicarnafT. Opera omnia gr. & lat. cum notis Hudfoni 2 vol. 
ch. max. — — — Oxon 1704 

413 Hickefii Thefaurus Ling. vet. Septen. grammat. criticus & archasolog. 
3 vol. ch. max. corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. lb. 1705 

414 Chavini Lexicon Philofophiciiin, fZ». w^x. - — Leo'vardia \-]\'^ 

415 Poemata Ferdinandi Baronis de Furftenberg, ch. max. lineis rubris 

Firis e Typograph. regia 1 684 

416 Plinii Hiftoriae Naturalis lib. yxxvii. corio turcica dectvrat Parma apud 

Jnd. Potiliatn 1480 
^17 ■ Idem lib. xxxvii. quos Interp. & notis illull. Joa. Harduinus, 

3 vol. ch.max. ■ Paris 1 723 

418 Car. Du. Frefne Gloffarium ad Script, niedis & infimae Latinitatis, 

edit, nova, opera & ftudio Monach. Ord. Benedidi e Congregat. S. 

Mauri, 6 vol. ch. max. — — — — lb. 1 73 3 

^19 - •- Idem 3 vol. ch. max. ■ > ■ Jb. 1678 

420 Ariiit)phanis Comoediae undecim gr. lat. cum notis var. recenfuit Ku- 
flerus, ch. max. • • ■ Jmjl. 1710 

421 Bibliotheca Coifliniani olim Segueriana, five Manufcriptorum omnium 
. gr. quas in ea continentur accurata defcriptio cum Interp. lat. B. Mont- 

faucon, ch. ?nax. cum Jig. Paris 171 5 

422 Plinii Hiftoria Naturalis, corio turcica deaurat. lit erif que initial . cujufque 
libri pulckcrri7i:e illnminatis ■ Parma 1 4. 8 1 

423 Uiiloria Naturale di C. Flinio fecondo tradodla di Ling. lat. in Flo- 
rentina per Chriflophero Landino, corio turcica dcaurc.t. Vejiet. apud 

Nic. Jenfoyi 1476 

424 Ariftotelis Opera omnia gr. lat. edidit Guil. DuVal. 2 vol. Parts 1619 

425 Strabonis Geographia lat. .recognita per Joan. Epifc. Aleriens. Uteris 
initial, pulchertime illuniinat. Rornes apud Savcyjiheim i^ Pannartz 1468 

426 Plinii Hiftoria Naturalis e Caftigat. Hermolai Barbari editi Fenet. per 

Bernard. Benaliufn 1497 

427 Livii Hiftoria cum Lucii Flori epitome, corio turcica deaurat. apud A. 
Minutiaman. ■ ■ ■ '^O? 

428 Ciceronis Opera omnia, editio prima, 2 vol. Uteris initial, cujufqiie lib. 
pulcher. illuminat. corio turcica dei.m\.t. — Medioloni 1 1^%<) 

A.2g Livii Hiftoria cum L. Flori epitome, lit. initial, pulcher. colaratis inftg 
nitur, corio turcica y - Rom.^r, per S'weynheim l5f Pannartz 1469 

430 S. Ifidori Etymoiogije Latine, corio turcica deaurat. fine loco aut 
c-nno. 

43 t Plinii Hiftoria Naturali?, cor,ia turcica deaurat. Roma, per Siueynhcim 

iff Pan?jartz 147O 

43» 



Librl ClaJJici, &c» Folio. ^3 

432 Boethius de Conlolatione Philofophis, lat. & germ, cum comment. 

Tho. de Aquinatis, corio turcica ckaureat. • • • Nuremberg. I473 

43 3 Rob. vStephani Thefaurus Lingujc Latinsc, 4 vol. — £cW. 1 734 

434 S. Pagnini Thefaurus Lingua Sanftas, C.JUob.xbi^ 

435 Hiftoria Naturale di C. Plinio tradofta di Lingua latina per Chriltoph. 
Landino, wvec le titre i^ lettres capita les orne a-uec (CO}- ^ autre s belles 
couleurs, — — ■ Venet. apud Nic. yen/on 1 476 

436 Plutarchi Virorum illuftrium latine, Uteris initial, colorat. lb. opud lb, 

437 Ciceronis Opera omnia cum notis var. recenfuit Verburgius, 2 vol. 

yJmJi. 1724 

438 Plutarchi Vitae Rom. &Gra£Corum. -ffimelii Prbbi Imperat.Vitje latine, 

Brixiee i 524 

439 Plinli Hiftorii Naturalis, Uteris initial. illuniin:^t» corio turcica deaurat. 

Venet. per l^ic. 'Jen/on \\'JZ 

440 — — Idem, corio turcica deaurat. Roma per S-weinheim i^ Pannartx 

n ■ • '''■^^ 

441 Papia: Vocabularium, corio turcica deaiirat. Mediohani per Dcm. de 

Vefpolate 1476 

442 Livii Hiftoria Mediolani 1 495 

443 Plutarchi Vit^ latine, titulis i^ Uteris init. cujufque libri mira pulcher . 
ilium, corio rujjico deaurat. — - Roma per Udalri cum Galium 1470 

444 Strabonis Geographia latine. Uteris capitd. illumin. Rom<s per Siuein- 

heim 13 Pannarfz 1473 

445 Etymologicon magnum Ling. Gra^ca;, edit, prima, corio turcica deaur. 

apud Zach. Calliergum, Venet. 1 499 

446 Jofephi Opera latine. Uteris initial, colorat. corio turcica deaurat. 

Aigujite 1470 

447 Plutarchi Opera gr. lat. cum lat. Interp. Cruferii & Xylandri, 2 vol. 

Paris 1624 

448 1 L. 1 VitJB latine, Uteris init. rubris, Roma per Udalricum Galium 

fine anna 

449 Arriani de Expedit. Alexand. Magni, lib. vii. gr. lat. Opera Gronovii, 
ch. max. •■ " L. Bat. 1 704 

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451 Boethius de Confolatione Philofophiae cum Comment. Tho. de Aquin. 
latine. Uteris capital, rubris, corio turcica deaurat. Nuremberg 1476 

452 Corpus Poetarum Latinorum per Mattaire, 2 vol. ch. max. Land. 

453 Ariftophanis Comcediae gr. lat. opera & Audio Kufteri, AmJl. 1710 

454 Les Metamorphofes d'Ovide, a'vec Jig. gr. pap, relie en maroquin doree, 
13 doree fur la tranche ~— . ^ Paris 1 649 

4;; Philoilrati Opera omnia gr. lat. cum notis Olearii, ch. max. Lipfits 

1709 

456 Livii Hiftoria, exemplar pulcher. corio turcica deaurat. per Vindelin 

Spiram 1470 

457 Jofephi Opera omnia gr. lat. cum notis Hudfoni, 2 vol. Oxon 1720 

458 Spellmanni GlolTarium Archailogicum, ch. max. — Land. 1664 

459 Terentius, Virgilius, Horatius, & Juvenal. & Perfius, 4 vol. ch. max, 
(orio turcica deaurat. foliij deaurat. Paris e lypographia Regia 

1644 

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34 Libri Claffici, t£c. Folio. 

460 Senecae Opera omnia cum notis van ch. max. Paris apud Du Puis 

1587 

461 Julii Pollucis Onomallicon gr. lat. cam notis var. ch. max. z vol. 

Jmjf. 1706 

462 Valerius Maximus tranflate de Latin en Francois, 2 torn, en lettres 
gothiquts a-vec plufteurs notes en MSS. edition ■vieux, fans plate ou 
date 

463 Philoftrati Opera omnia gr. lat. recenfait Fed- Morellus, ch. maxima, 
corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. Paris apud M or ell. 1608 

464 Les Decades de Tite Live mifes en Francoife par Vigenere, 2 torn. 
gr. papier ^ —— — — a Paris }6lj 

N. B. Ce Li'vre /lit compofc pour I' Ufage du Roy Henry IV. de 
France. 

465 Ciceronis Opera omnia, corio rujfico^ lineis rubris, exemplar pulcher. 

Paris apud Car. Steph. '555 

466 * ' ' Idem cum notis Gruterii acceiTit Fenu Tullianum, 2 vol. 

Hamhurgi 1 6 f 8 

467 •■ Idem cum notis Lambrini, exemplar nitictiff. lineis rubris, 2VoI. 

Paris I 5 66 

468 Virgilii Opera cum Comment. Servii, ch. max. corio turcica, fol. deaur. 

lb. 1600 

469 Ciceronis Orationes cum Comment. Nic. Abrahami, ch. max. Paris 

1 63 I 

470 Catullus, Tibullus tc Fropertius cum Comment. Pafferatii, ch. max. 
corio turcica, foliis deaurat. • ■ ]b. 1608 

471 Calipini Djdionarium oiTto linguae, 2 vol. •: Lugd. 1681 

*47i Jofepl 1 Antiquitatum Judaicaruni lib. quatuor priores gr. lat. cum 

notis Edw. Bernardi . ■■ . ■ Oxon. 1700 

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Venet. per Vindclin de Spira 1470 

473 Suidae Lexicon gr. lat. edidit Kuflerus, 3 vol. ccrio ruffuo, Cantab. 

474 Photii Bibliotheca gr. lat. edidit & notis illuft. Hoefchelius, edit. opt. 

Pothomagi 16:3 

475 Xenophontis Opera omnia gr. lat. Opera Joa Leunclavii, ch. maxima, 
corio turcica, foliis deaurat. — Paris Typis regi'ts 1 625 

476 Martialis Epigrammatum libri xv. cum notis var. edidit Jof. Langius, 
ch. max. corio turcica, foliis deaurat. Paris apud Mar ell. 1617 

477 Nizolii Thefaurus Ciceronianus, 2 vol. edit. opt. Frsncof. 161$ 
47S Les Oeuvres de Virgile traduites par M. de Marolles, a'uec belles fg. 

gr. p.picr, a Paris 1 6^g 

479 Calepini Di«5lionarium ex R. StephanI Lat. ling. Thefauro audum, 

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foliis decuratis, • Paris apud Morell. \ 604 

481 Senecae Opera omnia, a Julio Lipfio emendata & Scholiis illuft. coiio 
turcica deaurat. foliis deauratis. • Ant. apud Plantin. \6l^ 

482 Flinii Hiftoria Naturalis, Lib. xxxvii. a S. Gelenio, calb'gati acceff. var 
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483 Taciti et Velleii Paterculi Opera omnia, cum notis Lipfii. Antnv. 

apud Plantin. 1 668 
484 



Libri Clajfui^ ^c. Folio. ^5 

%%\ Livii Hiftoria, cum Annotat. Rhenani et Gelenii et multls notis MSS. 

BafJ. apud Frohen. 1 1;35 

485 Les Vies des Hommes illuftres, par Plutarque tranflatees par Amyot, 
relie on maroquin orne escec d'or, le titre peiiiie ^ doree fur la tranche 

a Paris, chez Vafcofni.i s:^6^ 

486 Athenaei Opera omnia, gr. lat. cum notis Dalechampii et Cafauboni 

Lugd.i6s7 
4S7 Plotini quae extant omnia Latinitat. a M. Ficino, cono rvjjicodeo.urat. 

Florent 1 492 

488 Lycophronis Alexandra, gr. lat. cum notis Joa. Potteri. ch. max, 

Oxon. 1 70» 

489 Philomathi Mufe Juveniles, ch. 7nax. corio turcica deaurat.foUis deaw 
rat. - Paris, e Typogrnphia Regia. 1 656 

490 Buxtorfii Lexicon. Chaldaicum Talmudicura ct Rabinicum. Bajil. 

1693 

491 Themiftii Orationes xxxiii. gr. lat. cum notis Harduini. Paris, e Ty- 

pographia Regia. 1 684 

492 Cicero de Natura Deorum, cum comment. Petri Lefcaloperii, corio tur- 
cica deaiirat. foliis deaurat. .. . , Paris, 1660 

493 Strabonis Geographia, gr. lat. cum notis Cafauboni. ch. max coria 
turcio foliis deaurat. ■ -'-» Paris Typis Regiis, 1620 

494 Ciceronis Opera omnia, exemplar. Pulcher. 2 \q\. foliis deaurat. PariSf 

apud Rob. Steph. 1539 

4.95 Hiftoire des Juifs ecrite par Flavius Jofeph, traduite, par d'Andilly, 

aiiec fig. ■ — ~- .^mf. 170O 

496 L'Hiltoire du Monde de C. Pline fecond, mis en Francois, par Pinet. 

Lyo». iq84 

497 Virgilii Opera, cum notis Jr.c. Pont^ni. ■ Lugd. 1604. 

498 Scapulas Lexicon, gr. lat. edit. opt. » L. Bat. apud Elz.. 1652 

499 ■■. Idem, corio turcica, ib. ib. 1 65 2 

500 Ifocratis Orationes et Epiftolse, cum lat. Tnterp. Hier. Wolfii, et notis 
Hen, Stephani. • apud ipfum Steph. 1593 

501 Csefaris Commentaria, cum notis var. ex mufeo Jac. Stradse. Franco/, 

ad man. 1575 

502 Spelmanni Gloff'rium Archaiologicum, editi(i optima^ • 1687 

503 Platonis Opera omnia, gr. lat. cum comment. iVIarlilii Ficini. Lugd, 

'590 

504 Strabonis Graphia, gr. lat. cum notis Cafaubon et aliorum, 2 vol. 
ch. max. ■ ' ■ ■ Jmji. 1707 

505 Diod. Siculi Bibliothecje Hift. Lib. xx. gr. lat. rtudio et labore L. 
Rhodomani. ■ ■■ ■ Hanovia, 'Typis Wechelianis, 1604 

506 Dionyfii Halicirnaffei Opera omnia, gr. lat. Opera et Studio Sylburgii. 

Francof. apudWecheliufn, 1 5 86 

507 Livii Hiftoria, cum notis Jani Gruteri et aliorum. . Paris. 1625 

508 Ovidii Opera omnia, cum notis var. Francof. Typis Wechelianis. 160 1 
qog Catalogus Bibliothecae Jof. Renati Imperialis. • Roma-.iyii 

510 Labbaei Gloffaria, latino gr. et. grseco lat. ch. max. Paris 1679 

5 1 1 Plotini Opera omnia Latine per M. Ficinum, Uteris initial, pulcher. 
illuminat, corio turcica deaurat. ■ ■ Florentia. 1492 

512 Stephani Doliti comment. Linguae Latinae, 2 vol. corio turcica deaurat. 
foliis deaurat. ^ Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. i^^S 

E 2 513 Dione 



3^ Libri Claffici, t^c. Folio. 

513 E Dione Excerptae Hiftorias ab Joa. Xiphilino, exinterp. Gull. Blanci a 
Guil. Xilandro recognity, ch. max. cum muliis notis mJJ] apud Hen. 

Steph. 159» 

514 Ciceronis Opera omnia, cum comment. Vi(5\orii, 4. vol. exemplar, ptd- 
cher. carlo tteidco dearvat. ■ Venet. aput. "Juntas 1537 

515 Bibliotheca Orientalis Clementino-Vaticana recenfuit Jof. Sim. Affe- 
manus, 2 vol. ■ ■ Romee. 17 19 

516 Homeri Opera omnia, gr. lat. cum nocis Jo Spondani. Baftl. \Gc^ 

517 Plinii Hilioria Naturalis cum annotat. — — Paris, apud Par oum. 11J43 

518 Aiiftotelis Hiftoria de Animalibus J. C. Scaligero Interprete cum ejuf- 
dem comment. Tolofa. 1619 

519 Dionis Caflii Hift. Rom. ex Guil. Xylandri Interpret, apud Hen. Steph. 

520 Nic, Antonii Hifpalenfi Bibliotheca Hifpanavetus et nova, 4 vol. corio 
turcica deaiirat. ■ • i. ' ■ Roma. 1 696 

521 Ant. Gigeii Thefaurus Lingua? Arabicas, 4 vol. Mediolani. 1632 

522 Virgilii Opera omnia, cum notis Joa, Lud. de la Cerda, 3 vol. Lugd. 

1608 

523 Thucididis de Bello Peloponnefiaco, lib. odlo. gr. lat. cum notis Hud- 
foni. ■' ' Oxon. 1696 

5 J4 Luciani Dialog}, gr. exemplar, pulcher. corio turcica deaurat. Florentice. 

1496*^ 

525 Xenophontis Opera omnia, gr, lat. Opera Joa. Leunclavii. Paris Typis 

Regis. 1625 

526 Herodoti Halicarnaflei Hift. cum vala; Interp. ab. Hen. Stephano re- 
COgnito. foliis deaurat. ■ ■• apud ipfum Steph. j ;;p2 

527 Polybii Hiftoria, gr. lat. cum notis Cafauboni. ■ Paris. 1609 

528 Dionis Rom. Hift. Grxce, ch. max. Paris, apud Rob. Steph. I548 

529 Horatii Opera cum comment. Chabotii. — — Colon. Munat. 161 5 

530 Brodae Epigrammata Graeca, cum notis Hen. Stephani. Francof.apud 

Wechelium. t6oo 

531 Voflii Etymologicon. Linguse Lafinar. — Ariijl. apud Blaeu. xbg^ 

532 Cicero de Oratore, exemilar. nitidijf. corio turcica. Venet. per Chriji. 

Valderfer. 1470 
<; 3 3 Ladlantii Opera, Uteris initial, colorat. corio turcica deaurat. Rom^. per 

SiJucinheim et Pannartz. \ 470 

534 Terentii Comcediae cum comment. Donati, corio turcica deaurat. per 
Vendelinum Spirens. ■ ' '■ »■ ■ fine Anno 

535 Garophylacium Linguae Perfarum triplice Ling, claviltal. lat. & gallic. 
authoreP. Angelo aS. Jofeph. — — Amft. 1684 

536 Appiani Alexandrini Rom. Hift. gr. lat. cum annotat. Hen. Stephani, 
line is ruhris, foliis deaurat. ■ ■ apud ipfum Steph. 1 592 

537 Luciani Opera omnia, gr. lat. cum notis Bourdelotii. Paris. 1615 

538 Poetae Grsci principes heroici carminis & alii nonnulli, 2 vol. apud 

Hen. Steph. ) 566 

539 Budaci Comment. Linguae Grzecje. Paris, apud Rob. Steph. 1548 

540 Prilciani Opera, Editio perantiqua corio turcica deaurat. Sine loco 

out Anno, 

541 VofTii Ariftarcbus, five de Arte Grammatica, Lib. vii. Amfi. apud 

Blaeu. 1695 

542 Herodoti Hiftoria Latine, Koma^apudPet, de Maximos. 1475 

543 Ciceronis 



Ulfri Claffici, t^c. Folio. 37 

543 Ciceronis Orationes, Uteris initial, pulchtr. illuminat. eorto turcica 
deaurat. • • — " ■ Venet. fer Valderfer. xi^'jx 

544 L'Hiftoire Thucidide, traduite par Claude de Seyffel. a Paris, chex, 

Vafcofan. I 559 

545 Diodori Siculi Bibliothecze Hiftorice Grsce. apud Hen. Steph. 1559 

546 Clementis Alexandrini Opera omnia, gr. ex Bibliotheca Medicea. Flo- 

rent, apud Torrentinum. 1550 

547 Auli Gellii Noftes Atticee, corio turcica deaurat. literifq. initial, aecu. 
rntijf. illuminat. '■■ Romtr. in Domo P . de Maximis. 1469 

548 Stobaei Sententiae, gr. & lat. — — Franco/. apudWechelium. 1581 

549 Planti Comaedias, cum comment. Lambini. Lutetia, apud Mactsttm» 

1577 

550 Appianus Alexandrinus, lat. per Pet. Candidum, corio turcica deaurat.. 

literifq. initial, pulcher. colorat. infignitus, per Vindelin Spiram^ 1472 

551 SuidaeLexicon.gr. Editio pri?na exemplar, nitidijf. Mediolani. i^^% 

552 Junius Maius de Prifcorum proprietate Verborum, Uteris initial. 
pulcher. iLluiranat. corio turcica deaurat. - ■ Tar'vijia. 1477 

553 Ladtantii Inftitutiones, corio turcica deaurat. ■ ■ Sine loco. 1471 

554 Martialis Epigrammata, Uteris initial, colorat. corio turcica deaurat.. 

Roma, per Siveitiheim ^ Pannart%. 1475 

555 Ciceronis Epiftolae ad Atticum, Uteris innitial. accuratiff. illuminat. 
corio turcica deaurat. ■ ■ Rom^e, apud Maximos^ M7^ 

556 Virgilii Opera, cum comment. Servii, corio turcica deaurat. literifq, 
initial, colorat. • • apud Udalricum Galium, fine Anno. 

557 ' ' * " Idem, exemplar, nitidijf. corio turcica deaurat. Editio antiq. 

Sine loca aut Anno. 

558 L. Apuleii Opera, cum Alcioni Epitome Dlfciplinarum Platonis, corio 
turcica deaurat. — ~— — R.om^e, apud Pet. de Maximos. 1 469 

559 Cafp. Barthii Adverfariorum Commentariorum, lib, Ix. Frnneof. Typis 

Wechelianis. 1624. 

5(fo Ovidii Epiftolae, de Arte Amandi, Elegije, de Remed. Amoris, de 

Medicam, Faciei, de Triftibus, de Ponto, Pulex, Philomela in I bin 

Vita, corio turcica deaurat. • — - • ' Venet. 1 474. 

561 Ciceronis Kpiftols Familiares, Uteris initial, colorat. corio turcico de- 
aurat. ' ■■ ■' " ■■ Roma. 1 47 1 

562 ■■ Idem, Uteris initial, mira pulcher. illuminat, corio turcico 
deaurat. • ' — ib. 1470 

563 Hotomani Comment, in Orationes Ciceronis. apud Rob. Steph. 1554 

564 Ciceronis Epiftolae ad Atticum, cum comment. Bapt. Pii. Paris, apud 

Badium Afcentium. I 53 1 

565 Thefaurus M. Tullii Ciceronis. Paris, apud Car. Steph. 1556 

566 Suetonii Opera cum notis Cafauboni, foliis deaurat. Paris. 1610 

567 Cicero de Officiis, Uteris initial, colorat. corio turcica deaurat. Roma. 

1471 

568 Joh. Crafloni Lexicon, graeco lat. ■ Plncsntia, fine Anno. 

569 Ciceronis Epiftolje ad Atticum, Brutum, &Q^Fratrem cum ipfius At- 
tici. Vita, corio turcica deaurat. literifque initial, pulcher. illuminat. 

Venet. apud Nic. Jenfon I47O 

570 Thucidides de Belle Peloponnefiaco, lib. odto, cum Lat. Interp. L. 
Valise, Hen. Stephani recognita. Franco/, apud MWheUum. ii;g^ 

571 Suetonii Opera Sc Hiftoria Augullca Scrip:oies, corio turcica deaurat. 

Mediolani. 1475 
572 Quintiliani 



38 Lihri ClaJ/ici, tSc. Fo/io. 

572 Qaintiliani Inftitutiones, corio turcica deaurat. Venet. apud Nk. Jenfvn, 

573 Virgilii Opera cum comment. Servil, Uteris initial, colorat. corio tur' 
cico deaurat. — ■ Medio lani. 1475 

574 Ammianus Marcellinus, cum notis Valcfii. ■ Paris. i68l 

575 Ovidii Metamorpholeon et Fafti exemplar, pulcher. corio turcica deau- 
rat. • • " • > Roma . 1 47 1 

576 Appiani Alexandrini Rom. Hiil. Gr^ce, ch. max.foUis deaurat. Paris^ 

apud Car. Steph. 1 5 ^ I 

577 Livii Hiftoria cum Florl Epkome, Uteris imtia/. ruiris Taritfii. 1482 

578 Oftavii Ferrarii Origincs Lingus Italicae. ^m^- ■ Patwvii. 1676 

579 Laftantii Firmiani de Divinis Inftitutionibiis adverfus Gentes, lib. vii. 
nee ndn «jufdem ad donatum de Ira Dei Liber unus, una cum Libro de 
Opificio Honiinis ad Demetrianum, corio turcica deaurat. Romte, per 

S^weinheim iS Pannartz 1468 

580 Corn. Taciti Opera, corio turcica deaurat. Itterifque initial, illuminat. 

Ro?na • 5 /5 

581 Plotini Opera omnia, gr. lat. cum notisM. Ficini. Bafil 1580 

582 Plauti Comoedis, cum comment. Lamb ni. Coioniee i^yj 

583 M. Cato, Varro, Columella & Palladi us de re Ruftica, exemplar, pulcher^ 
corio turcica deaurat. » ■■' ImpreJJit. Earth. Bottonus 1482 

£84 Paufaniae Defcript. Grascize, gr. lat. cum notisjo. Kuhnii. Lipfi<s 1696 

585 Valerii Maximi Opera, corio turcica deaurat. literifq. initial, colorat. 

per Vindelin Spiram 1 47 1 

586 Dan. de Neflel. Breviarum & Supplementum, comment. Lambeciano- 
rum, 2 vol. cum Jig. ' - Findeiona- i6go 

587 Hen. Steph. Thefaurus Linguae Gr^cze, 5 vol. ap. ip/um Steph. Fin- 

debona 1690 

588 Ciceronis Tufculanas Queftiones, cum comment. P. Beroaldi & Geo. 
Vallae, corio turcica deaurat. • Paris, apud Fafcofan 1 533 

589 Hiftoriae Romanas Scriptores, lat. vet. num notis Sylburgii, 3 vol. A. 

Jlkb. i6og 

590 Ciceronis Epiftclae Familiares, exemplar, eleganf. corio turcica deaurat. , 

Fenet, per 'Joan. Spirant 1469 

591 Card. Beffarionis Defeiifio Platonis. Roma., per Snveinhcim & Pannartz 

1470, 

592 Ammiani Marcellini Rerum Geftarum, lib. Edltio prima, corio turcic» 
deaurat. ■ Roma 1 474 

593 Herodoti Halicarnaff. Hilloria Grxce, cum multis notis manujcript. 
marginal. ■ ■ •-' • ' ■■ apud Hen. Steph. 157O 

594 Laclantii Opera, exemplar, elcgans. apud Findelin. Spiram 1472 

595 Poetae Gra:ci Vet. Carniinis Heroici Scriptores qui extant omnes, gr. 
lat. cum notis, &c. Jac. Lediii, 4 vol. ■ Amelia Jllob 1606 

596 Laurentius Valla de elegantia Lingua; Latinas. Fenct. per Nic. Jenfon 

H7». 

597 Ciceronis Epiftolae ad Familiares, corio turcica deaurat. literifque initial, 
colorat. — Roma, apud S"jjein,beim i^ Patmartz l^JZ 

598 Plzuti ComxdiXf £ditio prima, exemplar, pa/cher. corio turcica deaurat. 

Fenet. per Findelin. Spiram 1 47 2 

599 Thefaurus Linguae Latinse, five Forum Romannm, 3 vol. Argentorati 

1604 

600 Columella & Palladium de Re Ruflica, corio turcica deaurat. literifq* 
initial, ctlorat. ••• " Fe7!et. apud Nic. Jenfon \^jl 

60 1 Ciceronis 



Lihri Clajftci, fc?r. Folio. 39 

601 Ciceroni's Epiftolae ad Familiares, corh turcica Jeaurat. MeJiolani 1478 

602 Virgilii Opera, cum comment. Servii, corio turcica literijque initial. 
illmninat. editio antiqua. • • — — — . ^«^ /tnno aut loco. 

603 Ciceronis Epiftolae Familiares, corio turcica dcaurat. Mediolani, fine anno. 

604 Auli Gellii Nodes Attica;, corio turcica deaurat. Venet. per Nic. Jenftu. 

I47Z 

605 Lucani Opera, corio turcica dec.urat. editio per'vetufi. fine loco aut annt. 

606 Lucretii Opera, cum comment. Joa. Pii. Paris, apud Radium Afcen- 

tium 1 5 1 4 

607 Virgilii Opera, cum comment. Servii, corio turcica deaurat. Venet. 1470 

608 Terentii Comoedias, cum comment. Donati, corio turcica deaurat. It- 
terifq. initial, colorat. • Imprejfi. per Vindelin. Spiram fine anno. 

609 Corxiones, five Orationes ex Grjscis Latinifq. Hilloricis excerptae. apud 

Hen.Steph. 1570 

610 Pauli Manutii Adagia. — — ■ Florenti^, apud Juntas k^-j^ 

61 1 Senecas Opera, cum notis Ant. Mureci. Rornte, apud Earth. Grajfium 

612 Horatii Opera, cum comment, diverforum. Paris, apud Badium j^fcen- 

tium 15 19 

613 Apuleii Opera & Alcioni in difciplinarum Platonis. — Vicentia 1^88 

614 Ciceronis Opera omnia, cum comment. Pauli Manutii, 4 vol. Ventt. 

apud Aldwn 1583 

6 1 5 Ovidii Opera omnia, 3 vol. exemplar, elegans, corio turcica, folds Ji" 
auratis. Uteris initial, cujufque libri pulcher. colorat. Fenet. 1474- 

616 Terentii Comcedise, cum comment. Donati, Uteris initial, colorat. 

Mediolani 1476 

617 Xenophontis Opera omnia, gr. cum notis Hen. Stephani. apudtpfum 

Stiph. 1581 

618 Ciceronis Opera omnia, cum comment. Hub. Clerici. Fenet. \i\.Z^ 

619 Ca:faris Commentaria, editio prima, corio turcica deaurat. literifque 
initial, mira pulcher. illuminat. - Roma, apud Maximos X^6q 

620 - Idem, exemplar, pulcher. corio turcica deaurat. Fenet. per 

Nic. yenfon 1471 

621 Trebelli Promptuarium Latinae Linguae, 2 vol. ^ Baftl. 1545 

622 Quintilliani Opera, cum notis Petri Moiellani & Joach. Camerarii. Pa' 

ris, apud Vafcofa7i 1 5 3 8 

623 Virgilii Opera, cum comment. Servii. ■ — — Paris 1600 

624 ' Idem, cum comment. Guellii. — Jntv. apudPlntin. 1575 

625 Lycophronis Alexandra, gr. lat. cum notis, &c. Joa. Potteri. Oxon. 

626 Homeri Opera omnia, 2 vol. editio prima, exemplar elegans, curia tur- 
cica deaurat. - ■ ' ■ Florentine I j^.8S 

627 Hefychii Diftionarium Grscum. ■ • FIorenti<^, apud Juntas i ^20 

628 Cyrilli Didionarium Grascum, cum InterpretationeLatina, Fenet. t^pud 

Aldum Manutium 1497 

629 Ciceronis Philippica, cum comment. F. Manturantii Perufini, corio 
turcica deaurat. . — » Fincenti/e 1 488 

6jo Virgilii Opera cum comment. Servii. ■■ — Fenet. i486 

631 Quintiliani Inftitutiones Orat. exemplar, elegans. Mediolani i^-]G 

63 2 Livii Hiftoria cum Flori epitome adjedti funt Polybii Hift. lib. v. in 
Lat. Ling, converfi Nic, Perotto, corio turcica deaurat. Venet apud Al- 
dum i^\ 
633 Ovidii 



4<5 Libri C!aJ/ici, i^c. Folio. 

633 Ovidii Epiftolae, Elegiae, de Arte Amandi, de Remed. Amoris, In. 
Ibin. babini Refcript, Fafti, Triftia, de Ponto, Pulex, Philomela, Me- 
dicam Faciei, de Nuce, Confolatio, editio entiq. curio turcico deaurat. 
. ' ftne loco out anno. 

634. Afchyli TragoediseSeptem, gr. lat. cum comment, Stanleii. Lond. 1663 

635 Demofthenis Opera omnia, gr. Lutetia:, apud Betienatum i;/0 

636 Ovidii Metamorphofeon, exevt^lar. fuliher. Vemt. impreJJ'um per Ber- 

nard, de Novaria 1 486 

637 Virgilii Opera, cum comment. Servii ac Donati, lineis rubris. Venet. 

apudjutitas 1 552 

638 Suetonii Opera, editio prima, corio turcico deaurat. Rom<ey per Siceiti' 

heim ilf Pannartz 1 470 

639 Cicero de Oratore, cum comment. Omniboni Leoniceni. Venet. \j^%^ 
64.0 Lucani Opera, cum comment. Joh. Britannici. ■ lb. 1492 

641 Vincentii Madii & Barth. Lombardi in Ariilotelis Vh. de Poetica 
commtnes Explanat. ■ ' ■ ■ ■ ■ Fenet.i^^o 

642 Catonis, Varronis, Columellas, k Palladii Libri de re ruftica, foliis de» 
auratis. . . ~ . « ■ - ■> Paris, tipud Par'vutH 1 5 3 3 

643 Plinii Hiftoria Naturalis. — — «— —i • Venet. \\%'>, 

644 Periii Satyrae, cum notis var. corio turcico deaurat. foliis deaurat. Pa- 

ris, apud Badium j^fcentivm \<^Z^ 

645 Prifciani GrammaticI Opera, cum expofit. Joan, de Aingre. Venet. i 519 

646 Hug, Grotii de Jure Belli ac Pads, lib. tres. cum comment. Giil. 
Varder Meulen & Joa. Fred. Gronovii, 3 vol. — — . Amjl. 1704 

647 Philoftrati Opera, gr. lat. — ■ Venet. apud Aldum 1 502 

648 Tortellius Arretinus de Orthographia Didtionum Gra:cum. Venet. 1484 

649 Quintilliani Opera omnia, corio turcica deaurat. edit, antiq. fine loco 

ant anno. 

650 Herodoti HiftoriaeGraece.yo/m «/«f^ar^///. Venet. apud Aldum 15(32 

651 Livii Hiftoria et Flori Epitome, adje£ti iunt Polybii Hill. lib. v. in lat. 
tradufti a Nic. Perotto. «— — — Venet . apud Aldum \ ■^21 

652 Catulli, Tibulli et I'ropertii Opera, cum commerit. Beroaldi. Venet. 

H87 

653 In omnea Ciceronis Orationes doftiff. virorum lucubrat. adjeftis A- 
fconii Pediani comment, cum correft. P. Manutii. Venet. apud ALU Fi- 

lios 1547 

6; 4 Macrobii Opera, exemplar, elegans, curio turcico deaurat. Brixia 14815 

655 PindariOlympia, Nemea, Pythia, Ilihma, una cum lat. omnium verfione 

Carmine Lyrico per Nic. Sudorium. ' " ' ■. . Oxon. ib<)j 

ii^d Terentii cum comment. • » Argentina' i^g^ 

657 Ciceronis Rhetorica, cum comment. Vidorii. ^ ••• Venet. 1483 

658 Sebaft. Corradi Corhmentarius in Ciceronis de clarislOratoribus liber, 
eorio turcico foliis deaurat. - • • Florentia, aptidtorrentinus 1552 

659 Arriani Expeditionis Alexandri, lib. vii. gr. lat. opera Jac. Gronovii. 

L. Bat. J 704 

660 Ariftophanis Comadijc, gr. corio turcico foliis deaurat. Venet. apud 

Aldum. 

661 Plauti Comceaias xx. cum notis P. Vails & B. Saraceni, lineis rubris. 

Venet, 1 49 9 

662 JoK Pollucis Vocabularium, gr. eorio tureicofoi. deaurat. florentia, 

apud funtas 1 5 2 1 

663 Nraolii Di£lionarium, feu Thefaurus Latins Lingu£e,3 vol. Venet. 1551 

664 ValeJii Flacci Argonautica, lorio turcica deaurat, r~* Bononi^e 1474 

665 Joan. 



UM Clafficiy ^c. rolio. 41 

668 Joan. TortelHus Arretinus de Orthographia Didionum Griecorum, 

cor'to turcko deaiirat. • ■ — — . Venct. 1479 

66g Prifciani Grammatici Opera Mediolani. apud Alexand. Minutiii?ium 

'503 

670 Hiftoria Naturale di Plinio tradoda di Lingua Latina, per Chrift. 
Landino. '■ " - — • in Venefia 1489 

671 Strabonis Geographia Grsece. — — — Fenet. apud Aldum' i^\S 

672 Laftantii Opera, exe?nplar. elegans corio turcko deaurat. Rom^e, per 

XJdalrkum Galium 1474 
^73 ' Idem, cum notis Jof- Ifei. ■. ■' ■■ Rom^ 1650 

674 Gefneri Bibliotheca Univerfalis. — - ' • Tiguri \ 545 

675 Lucani Opera, cum duobus commentis. — ■ Venet.\\i)'i 

r Ciceronis Philippica, cum comment. JP. Manturant. Penifini Vin- 

,r 3 centiae, ■■ — — ' -■ ■ — — 1488 

' J 1 . De Oratore, cu^ comment Omniboni Lioniceni ; adjefta 
(. funt ejufdem Ciceronis Opera varia. P'^enet. 1488 

677 Le Deche di T. Livio Padovano delle Hiflorie Romane, tradotte 
nella Lingua Tofcana da M. Jacopo Nardi. in Venetia nella jianpo'ta 

deGuifiti I J 62 

678 LiviiHiftoria cuin Flori epitome, corio turcica deaurat. P.rm^ 1480 

679 Juvenalis Saryrse, cum comment. Ant. Manci et Geo. Valla:. Fenet, 

1494. 

680 LiviiHiftoria cum Scholiis Sigonii. Fenet. in jEdihus Manutianis 1572 

681 Demolthenis Opera omnia, gr. corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. 

Lutetia, ap. Benenatum. 

682 Ovidii Metamorphofis, corio turcko deaurc.t. Mediolani lAj^ 

Mr. Mnittaire had not feen this Edition when he publijhed his firfi 
Fat. of Annales Typo graph. , 

683 Auli Gellii Noftes Atticae, exemplar, pulcher. corio turcica deaurat^ 
literifque initial, color at. — Brixia , fine anno . 

Nonius Marcellas de Proprietate Sermonum, co--io turcica deaurat. 
I Brixia: 1483 

|M. T. Varro & Sextus Pompeius Feftus de Lingua Latina, corio 

turcica deaurat . ^ ■ lb. 1483 

Diodorus Siculus, lat. una cum Corn. Tacito de Germanor. Moribus 

ac Vita. — — • Femt. \\'i\ 

Mr. Maittaire has omitted this Piece in his Annales. 
686 Manilii Aftronoraicou, cvrio turcica deaurat. exemplar, elegans, edit, 
antiq. ■ — — ■ ■ — — Jine loca aut anno. 

68y Hovatii OptiA, cori0 turcica deaurat. Fenet. i^jq 

Philippus Conda Petri ivas employed three Tear: in this Edition of 
HoracCy I'iz. 1477, 147?, 1479- 
688 Homeri Ilias, kt. per L. Vallam, exemplar, pulcher. corio turcica de- 
aurat. . ■ — B;7a> 1474. 

Ben. Colanienfis and Statius Gallicus fnijhed this firjl Edition of 
I. Fallds Latin Travfationof the Iliad at Bre/cia in Nov. 1 474. 

68g Horatii Opera cum notis var. — ? — '—' 7- Fenet. i^^^ 

690 Martialis Epigrammata, cnm comment. Dom. Calderini, corio turcica 

deaurat. ~ ^ ■ — Fenet. 148Z 

, 5 Livii Hiftoria, cum mullisfg. cdorat. • • Fenet. 1507 

^5' J Piinii Hidoria Naturalis. — 7^. 1507 

Mr. Maittaire had not feen this Editian af Li'vy when he wrote kit 
frji Fol. of Annales, ^c. 

F <93 Laaantii 




42 Libri ClaJ/ici, t^c. Folio. 

692 Laftantii Opera, corio turcica deaur. exemplar fulcher. Venet, per And. 

de Pah a fie his 1478 

693 Ovidii Opera omnia, ptr Lucantonium Fhrentinum^ Parma 1489 
^94 ■" Meiamorphofis cum Emendat. Barnabi Celfani^ corio turcica 

deaur. ■ . ' ■ Vicentia 1480 

T\,ir. Mtuttaire has omitted this Edition in his Armales. 

695 Ciceronis Epiftolas Familiares, corio turcica deaur. literifque hit. rubris, 

Venet. 1480 

696 Caefaris Commentaria cum Schoiiis Hotomani, Urfmi & Manutii, lineis 
rubris, foliifque deaur . ' — — —— — Lugd. 1 5 7 4 

697 Quintiliani Declamationes, corio turcico deaur. literifque init. pulcher. 
illuniin. editio antiqua, fine nmio aut loco. ^ 

698 ■ Inftitut. Orat. lib. xii. exemplar tiitidijf. corio turcico deaur. 

Tar-vifii 1482 

699 Plauti Comcedirc XX. Bernardo Saraceno Emendatore, Venet. 1499 

700 Virgilii Opera cum Comment. Servii, editio antiq. Venet. fine anno 

70 1 Valerius Maximus cum Comment. Badii Afcentii, foliis deaur. Venet. 

'565 

702 Ciceronis Somnium Scipionis cum Macrobii Expofit. corio turcica 
deaur. » ■ ■ Venet. per Nic. Jenfon 1 47 2 

703 Le Lettere Familiari di Latine di IVI. T. Cicerone e d'Alteri Autori 
Commentate in lingua volgare Tofcana da Giov. Fabrini, caria turcica., 

foliis deaur at is, 1 1 ■ in Venetia 1 568 

704 Fulgentii Placiadis Fabulas cum Comment. Bapt. Pii, Mediolani 1498 

705 Plutarchi Vits graece, exemplar pulcher. Florentia apud Juntas \f^\-] 

706 Senecaj Opera Philofophica, Uteris capital, colorat. Tarvtfii per B. de 

Calonia 1 47 8 

707 Salluftii Opera, ' ■ Venet. per Bapt. deTortis ij\.8l 

708 Senecae Tragcedia;, exemplar elegatis, corio turcico deaur at. literifque 
init. colorat. •• — — « Ferraris fine anna 

709 Ciceronis Orationes per P. Beroaldum recognitae, Bononia 1499 

710 Virgilii Opera cum notis 6f_/fg-. ' Lugd. 1517 

711 Ciceronis Somnium Scipionis cum Macrobii expofitione, & ejufdem Ma- 
crobii Saturnalia, corio turcico deaurat. literifque init. illumin. Brixia 

1483 
*]\z Ciceronis Epiilolae Familiares cum Comment. Hub. Clerici, Venet. 

'483 

713 ■ ■ ■ Orationes, caria turcica deaurat. literifque initial, pulcher, 

illuminat. ■ ' — — apud Adam. Ambar^ '472 

7 1 4 Plauti Comoedi^ XX. Paris, apud Rob. Steph. 1 5 30 

7 1 5 Ciceronis Comment. Philippicorum cum notis P. Beroaldi, foliis deaur. 

Bononiee 1501 

716 Valerius Maximus, corio turcico deaur. literifque init, colorat. edit, antiq. 

fine loco aut anna 

"jiy Opera Agricolationum Col umellce, Varronis, Catonifque nee non Pal- 

ladii cum excriptionibus P. Beroaldi, exctnplar elegans, corio turcico 

deaurat. • * < Bononia 1 494 

718 Suetonii Opera cum Comment. P. Beroaldi & Ant- Sabellici, caria 
turcico, ■ ■■ — — Paris I ^12 

719 Corn. Taciti Opera, exemplar pulcher. carta turcica deaicr. edit, antiq. 

fine loco aut anno 

720 Csefaris Commentaria, ■ ..i- Venet. 1499 

721 Jamblichus de Myfteriis, gr. lat. cum notis Tho. Gale, Oxon 1678 

I 722 



Lihri Clqffici, ^c. Folio. 4^ 

722 Ovidii FaiU cum Comment. PauUMarfi Pilfini, ejit. antij, fine ioco out 

anno 

723 ■ , ■ Metamorphofis cum integrls ac emendatiff. Raphaelis Regii 
enarrationibus, ■ Venet. per Bern. Benalium, fine anno 

724 Suidae Lexicon Gr. — - Venet. opudAldum 15I4. 

725 Terentii Comotdias cum Comment. DonatI, •■ Venet. 1490 
7«6 Senecae Opera Philofophica, carlo turcica deaur. — — . lb. 1492 

Mr. Maittaire had not feen this Edition ivhen he 'vjrote his Annates, 
hut took his Account from Fuhricius'' s Bihl:otke:a Leitina. 

727 S. Ifidori Etymologiae Latinae, corio turcica deaur. Uterifque init. colorat'. 

Aug. Vindel. i\-;z 

728 Quintiliani Declamationes, carlo turcica deviM.r, editlo perantiqua, fine 

■ ; , loco caU aiino 

729 Horatii Opera cum Comment. Acronis & Porphyrii, Medlolanl 14.86 

Mr. Maittaire had not feen this Edition ivhen he a.urote his firfi Vo:U 
of Annates. 

730 Luciani Opera Gr. ■ ' Venet. apud Aldum x^zz 

731 Quintiliani Inflitutiones Oratoriae, carlo turcica deaur. exemplar elega7u, 
editlo antlqua, fine loco aut anno 

732 Senecae Trageediae cum notis Gellii Bernardini Marmita;, Venet, 1492 

733 Juvenalis Satyrse cum Comment. Calderini, carlo turcica deaur. Rom^ 

'474 

734 Ifocratis Orationes Gr. exemplar pulcher. Uterifque vilt . Ilium, l^ carlo 
turcica deaur, ■ - Medlolanl 1 485 

735 Lucani Opera, corlo turcica deaur. editlo pern>et . fine loco aut anno 

No Notice has been taken of this Edition by Mr. Maittaire. 

736 Horatii Opera, carlo turc. deaur. lit. Inlt. colorat. Venet, perP.Condami ^jg 
<7J7 . Idem cum annotationibus & fgurls, Argent. i^gS 

738 Hefychii Didionarium Grajcum cum notis Mff. Venet. apud Aldum 

'5'4 

739 Ciceronis Orationes, exemplar pulcher. corlo turcica deaur. Venet. l^So 

740 Paufanias Graece, • Venet. apud Aldum 1516 

741 Claudii Daufquii Orthographia Latini Sermonis vetus & nova, Paris 

742 Ovidii Metamorphofis, corlo turcica deaur. Uteris Inlt. rubrls, ' Parnite 

1480 

743 Catullus, TibuUus, Propertius & Statins, carlo turcica deaurat. Vicentlds 

1481 

744 Terentii Comoedije cum notis var. follis deau,r. Paris apud Rolgm 

1552 

745 Horatii Opera cum notis var. ■ Venet. 1576 

746 Terentii Comoediae cum Arretini Comoedia, edltio prima , carlo turcica 
deaur. Uterifque inlt. colorat. ■ ■ In Monajl. Sortenfi 1478 

This Edition has not been mentioned by Mr. Molttalre. 

747 Cooperi Thefaurus Linguae Romanse & Britannicae, Land. 1584 

748. Claudiani Opera^ carlo turcica deaur. exemplar puL her. Vlcenza apud 

Jac.Dufenfetn 1482 

749 Collumellae Varronis Catonis & Palladii Opera cum Comment. Bero- 
aldi, ' .. ■. . ' »— 1 496 

750 Suetonii Opera, corlo turcica deaur. " five loco 1 480 

Mr. Maittaire had not feen this Edition nxben he 'wrote his firfi Vol. nf 
Annales, l^c. 

F 2 75» 



44 Lihrt ClaJJici, (^c. Folio. 

75 1 ™ Idem, corio turcica deaur. Rortee, per Siveittheim tf Pan- 

nartz. 1 47 2 

752 Platonis Opera Gr. ch. max. exemplar elegansy folHi deaur. Venet. cpud 

Aldum 1513 

753 Omnibonus Vincentius in Lucanum, corio turtico deaur. Venet. per Joa. 

de Wejifalia 1475 

754 Afconii Pediani. in quafdam Cicerort is Oration es Narratio, corio turcica 
deaur. ————— . Venet. per Joan, de Colonia M^T] 

75 5 Virgilii Opera, corio turcica deaur. ■ ' ' Mediolani 1 481 

Mr Maittaire has not mentioned this Edition. 

756 Ariftoteles de Aninialibus a Theodore Gaza latine redditus, eorio turtico 
deaur. literi/que init, illumin. - Venet. perjoa. de Colonia 1 476 

This Edition has been ondtted by Mr. Maittaire. 

757 Theocritus Gr. exemplar pulcher. fcliis deaur. ■ Jine loco i^g^ 

758 Terentii ComoEdiae cum Comment. Donati, corio turcica deaur. Venet. 

per Nic. Girardengum 1479 
7(;9 Horatii Opera cum Comment. Lambini, Luteties apud Mac^um 1568 

760 Ciceronis O'rationes per P. Beroaldum recognitae, corio turcica deaurat. 

Bondnice I499 

761 Ovidii Epiflolae, SabJni Refcript. Elegias, de Arte Amandi, deRemed. 
Amoris, in Ibin. Fafti, de Triftibus, de Ponto, Pulex, Philomela, 
Mcdicam, Faciei, de Nuce, de Confolatione sd Liviam, corio turcica 

de.vurat. -. ■ . Venet. 1484 

762 Maggii Syntagmata Linguarum Grientalium qua; in Georgias Region. 
audiuntur cum notis MIT. Romee ex Typographia Congregat. de Propa- 
ganda Fide 1643 

763 Hiftoriae Augufts Scriptores cum notis Mff. Venet. per Joa. Rubeum 

de Vercellis 1 490 

764 Juvenalis Satyrcecum Comment. D. Calderini, ■ Venet. 1491 

This E.iition has been omitted by Mr. Maittaire . 

765 Terentii Coraoediae, exemplar pulcher. corio turcica deaur. editia antiq. 

fine loco aut anno 
7C6 Ciceronis Tufcuhnte Queftiones, corio turcica deaur. Venet. per Phi' 

lippum ^ondam Petri 14 80 
767 ■ de Oratore, corio turcica deaurat. Venet. per And. Catharenfem 

1478 
76 ^ Caefaris Commentaria, ' Venet. per Philippum de Pinciis l^g^ 

769 Prifciani Grammatici Opera omnia, corio turcica deaurat. literifque init. 
cujufque libri pulcher . ilium, ■ - ■■ ■• — — - Venet. \^%\ 

770 Ovidius de Arte Amandi, de Remedio Amoris, d'eTrilUbus, de Ponto, 
in Ibin, Fafti, de Confolatione ad Liviam, Parmcc apud Ant. Xarottum 

1485 

771 Auli Gellii Noiftes Attics, corio turcica deaurat. Venet. per And. jac. 

Cartharenfis 1477 
f Nonius Marcellusde Proprietate Sermonum, exemplur pulcher. caria 

_ ) turcica de.-^ur. " . ' ■ -■■«■■■ ■■ Parmce i^So 

'^ J Terentius Varro dc Lingua Latina, /^.1480 

(_ Pompeii FeAi Coiledanta Prifcorum Verborum, — — /<5. 1480 

Mr. Maittiioe had not feen this Edition luhen he puhlijhed his 

Annales. 

'-7; Cornucopia' five Ling ia: Latinae Comment. Venet. cpud Aldum 1513 

77f Martialis Epigrammaia cum Comment. Calderini & Gto. iVFeruIae, 

Ventt. 1542 
77S 



Lihri Clajfici, (^c. Folio. 45 

775 Omnibonus Vincentinus in Lucanum, corio turcico decicrat. lb 1 475 

776 ^fopi Appologi five Mythologi cun^ quibufdam Carminum k Pabular. 
Additionibus Sebaftiani Brant, cum mult'u jig. , ^ Br>Jt/. 1^0 1 

This Edition has efcaped the Notice of Mr. Matttaire. 

777 Horatii Opera, corio turcica deaurat. ■ ■ - Mediolani 1 502 

Mr. Maittp.ire has tnken no Notice of this Edition, nvhich nuas fnijkei 
at the Expence of Alexander Minutianus. 

778 Casfaris Cotnmentaria, exemplar ele^ans, corio turcica deourat. Parmic 

per Mich, Man^olinus 1 480 

779 Ciceronis Orationes cum variis Mff. corio turcica deuurat. Venet. per 

Nic. Jen/on 1480 
^o 5 ^'i^€"^is Flaccus cum Comment. Pii, — — — Bononi^ '5^9 
^ ( Orphei Argonautica Latina, ■ ■ 7;^. 1519 

781 Cicero de Officiis, Paradoxa, de Amicitia, de Seneclute, de Somnio 
Scipionis, necnon de Effentia Mundi a XII. Sapientium Epitaphiis libri, 

Fenet. I480 

782 Terentii Comoedias, corio turcica deaur. literifque init. color at. Medio- 

lani 1477 
This Edition of Terence Mr. Matttaire had not feen ivhen he puhlijhei 
his Annales, l^c. 

783 Doftrinale Novellis, corio turcica deaur. literifque init. colorat. edltio 
antlquoy fine loco aut anno 

784 Caefaris Commentaria, Venet. Opera l^ Expenfts OSianjiani Scoti 1482 
f Claudiani Opera, corio turcica deaur. exemplar pulcher. Venet. i?npref. 

785 < Jac. Bufenfts 1482 
t Ciceronis Tufculans Quasftiones, — ■ /^.1491 

786 Ariftidis Orationis Gr. foliis deaur. Florentite apud Juntas 1517 

787 Martialis Epigrammata, corio turcica deaur. Venet. per Joan, de Colonia 

'475 
JJ/r. Maittaire has not feen this Edition, M. Ccille ha-ving fupp lied him 
ivith an Account of it. 

788 j^fchinis, LyfiJe, &c. Orationes Gr. ■ — Veuef. apud Aldum n^i"^ 

789 Horatii Opera cum Comment, Acronis & Porphyrionis corio turcica 
deaur. • • • • Mediolani per Ant. Zarottum 1 485 

790 Auli Gellii Noftes Atticae cum Comment. B. Afculani, lineis ruhris, 
foliis deaur. • m - ' ■ Venet. 151 7 

791 Ciceronis Rhetorica, corio turcica deaur . exemplar pulcher. literifque init. 
colorat. • ■' •■ ■ ■ 1476 

79Z Ifocratis Orationes Gr. foliis deaur. Vei/tt. apud Aldim 1534 

793 Afconii Pediani quafdam Ciceronis Oiationes, > Luteti^ 1^20 

794 Ciceronis Epiftolae Familiares, corio turcica deaurat. exemplar pulcher. 

Vicentia 1479 

795 Laflantii Opera, corio turcica deaur. literifque init. cchrat. Venet. per 

Joa de Colonia »478 

796 Ciceronis Orationes, Uteris init. colorat. cum notisMJ. Venet. per Joan. 

Forlivienfem 1 483 

797 Virgilii Opera, corio turcica deaur. exemplar pulcher. editio antiqua, fine- 

loco aut anno 

798 Quintiliani Inftitutionis Oratorix Jib. xii. corio turcica deaur. fine loco 

1488 

799 Valerius Maximus, corio turcica deaur. exemplar nitidiff. Impreffum Bo- 

nonies ad petitionem Sigifmundi de Libris 1 476 

8co 



46 Liini ClaJ/ici, (^c. Folio. 

800 Suctone Tranquille des Faidtz & Geftes de Douze Cefars, tranflate de 
Latin en Francoys par G. Michel, tn lettres gothiques, a Parit 1520 

801 Virgilii Opera cum comment. Servii, 2 vol. lb. apudRob. Steph. 1532 

802 Strabonis Geographia Latine per Joan. Vercellens, ' 1480 

803 Lucani Opera, exemplar pulcker. corio turcica deaur. Verut. per Guerinum 

H77 

804 Horatii Opera cum Interpret. Landini & notis Mff. corio turcica deaur. 

Venet. per Joan. Forliinum 1485 

805 Ovidii Metamorphofi', Uteris init. cujufque libri coiorat. editio antiqua, 

fine loco out anno 
For an Account of this Edition fee Harleian Cataloguey Vol. Ill, 
page 183, 184- 
8c6 ■ ■- Idem, corio turcica decur. exemplar pulcher. Pinerolii per Jae. 

de Rubeum 1480 

807 Diodorus Siculus a Poggio in Lat. traduftus, & Corn. Tacitus de Mor. 
Germanorum, ■ ■ Venet. per And. Jac. Katharenfem 1476 

808 Nonnius Marcellus de Proprietate Sermonum, corio turcica deaur. lb. 

per Nic. Jenfon 1 476 

809 Turnebi Adverfaria cum notis Jo. Furdini, 2 vol. — Paris 1580 

810 Horatii Opera, corio turcica deaur. literifque init. colordt. Venet. per P. 

Condam 1478 

811 Ciceror.is Topica cum comment. G. Vallae de Rhetorica, comment. 
M. Fabii VitSlorini, ■ Venet. per Bapt. de Tortis 1481 

812 Papije Vocabularium, corio turcica deaur. lb. per And. de Bonetis de 

Papia 1 485 

813 Demofthenis Orp.tiones Gr. cum coiament. Ulpiani, Uneis rubris, foliis 
deaur. - ■ ■ lb. apud Aldum 1527 

8 1 4 Suetonii Opera, corio turcica deaur. literifque init. coiorat. lb. apud 

Nic. Jenfon i 47 1 
8 1 5 Valerius Maximus ex Boni Accuriii Recenfione, corio turcica deaurat. 

lb. 1478 
8 i 6 Ciceronis Opera Philofophica, corio turcica deaur. exemplar elegans, 

lb. per Vindelin Spirant 1 47 1 

817 Iiloria di Juflino, corio turcica deaur. ■ inVenefta 1477 

818 Terentii Comoedi^, ■ Taurini per foa. Fabrum Lingonenfem 1 478 

8 1 9 Cicero de Officiis & Tufculanae Qua;ftione=, exemplar puleber. corio tur- 
cica de'-ur. literifque init. coiorat. editio antiqua, fine loco aut anno 

820 ' de Officiis, de Amicitia, de Seneftute, de Somnio Scipionis & 
Paradoxa, ccr'<o turcica deaur. Uneis rubris, P^.ris \^^<) 

821 de Finibus, coKio turcica deaur. Venet. per Pet. Condom r48o 

822 — — — de Legibus, corio turcica deaur. exemplar elegans, editio antiquo^ 

fine loco aut anno 

823 Juvenalis & PcrTii Satyrs, Uteris init. coiorat. fine loco aut anno 

824. Theocriti Idyllia Gr Uteris mojufcula, editio antiqua, fine anno aut 

Iocs 

8:5 Ciceroni? Parrdoxa cum comment, fine anno aut loco, adjeclse funt 

Ciceronis Tulcuianse Qusftiones cum comment. ■ Venet. 1482 

826 SiliJS It licus de Bello Punico, corio turcica deaur. Parm/e I481 

827 Terentii Cornoediae cum comment. Donati, Paris apud Rob. Steph. 

1529 

828 Joa. Reuchlini Rudimerta Hebraica cum notis Mff. Phorcee 1 ;o6 

This fcarce Piece of Reuchnn comprehends both a Hebreiv Grammar 
and Lexicon, 

829 



Libri Clqlftci, i^c. Folio. 47 

829 Plinii EpiftolJB, exemplar elegans, corio turcica deaur. literifque ir.itial. 
colorat. ■ ■ - Jine loco 147 1 

830 Porphyrii Yfagoge cum comment. Boecii, Ariltotelis Prsdicarr.enta, 
cum ejufdem Boecii comment. Gilberti Porretani fex Principia & Magni 
Alberd comment. Arillotelis de Interpretatione, eaitio aatiqua, fin? hca 

aiit anno 

831 Ciceroni» Epiftolas Familiares, Uteris init. color at. Paris 1477 

r Somnium Scipionis cum Macrobii Expofit. «& ejufdem Macro- 

_ J bii Saturnalia, lineis rubris, ■ . Brixice 1501 

^ J Plinii Epiftolje & Panegyricus cum comment. Jo. Maris Catanei, 

(_ Mcdiolani \ 5 06 

833 ClaHdiani Opera, exemplar pulcher. VicentieeperJac.Dufenfemi^^z 

834 Ariftotelis i^thica Lat. reddita, cum comment. Geo. Valias & nctis 
Mff. — ■ • • ■ Paris t497 

835 Horatii Opera cum notis Landini, corio rujjico, Florentine, per Ant. 

Mifcominum 1482 
,836 Prifciani Grammatici Opera, exemplar pulcher. literifque init. color ct. 

Venet. 1476 

837 Platonis Opera Lat. a Marfilio Ficino, 2 tom. exemplar elegans, corio 
turcica deaur. • Imprejfum Florentice per Lour. Venetnm, f.ne anno 

838 Juvenalis Satyras, corio turcica deaurat. editio antiqua, fnie loco aut 

anno 

839 Cicero de Oratore, corio turcica deaurat. editio antiqua, fine loco aut 

crmo 
though <zve fnd no Date to this Book, vet it tnuji he extreamly cr.cient^ 
being printed tnith the fame Types that ^ivere ufed in the Suilacens. 
Edition of LaBantius 1465. 

840 — — de Oiticiis, exemplar pulcher. corio turcica deaur. literifque init. 

color at. • Rom^e per Siuei/iheim i^ Pannartz 1 469 

84 r Laftantii Opera cum variis Mff. corio turcica deaur. literifque init. 

color at. • ■ • ■ ■ ■ Roftockii 1 476 

842 Acronis Comment, in Horatium, exemplar pulcher. cario turcica deaur. 

IvieJiaUni 1474 
This fear ce Edition Mr, Maittaire never fa-iv, no Metaion being made 
of it in his Annoles, iSc. 

843 Virgilii Opera, corio turcica deaur. Lonianii per Joaru de Paderborn in 

Wefifalia 1476 
T^he Scarcenefs of this Edition "jcill appear from its not being kno-jun /a 
Mr. Maittaire. 

844 Sallaftii Opera, exemplar nitidifj. corio turcica deaur. Roma, fine 

anno 

845 Francifci RivoloE Diftionarium Arraeno-Latinum, Mcdiolani 1621 

846 Sofipatri Inilitutiones Grammr.tica, - ■■ - Neapa'i i^'^z 

847 Cicero de Oratore ad Q_ Fratrem & ad Briitum, exemplar piikher. 
corio turcica deaur. ' Rom<e, in Domo Pet. de Maximo 1 469 

„ g C Ciceronis Rhetorica, -■ • . ■ 1471; 

^ ( Ariftotelis Morales Lat. a Leonardo Aretino, ■ 1475 

S49 Cicero de Oratore cum comment. Omnibcni Leoniceni, caria turcica 

deaur. — — — - • ■ Ficentia 1476 

850 Riicefii Inftitutiones LingiiJE Cambro-Bri tannic» & Cvmhecaeve, Land. 

1592 

8:1 



48 Lihri ClaJJici, ^c. Folio. 

Geo. Meruit Enarrationes in Juvenalcm, corio turcica deaur. first 

loco aut anno 
Adrerfus Domitii Comment. ■ ib. ib. 



851 



{■ 



Annotationes in Orationem Ciceronis pro Q^Ligario, Venet. 14.78 

852 Boethias de Confolatione Philofophis cum comment. Tho. Aquinatis, 
^ f-g. — — — . . -~ ■ jlrgentia I 501 

There is prefixed to this Copy a Monufcript Hifiory of the Life of 
Borthius. 
*852 Diogenes Laertius de Vitis Philofophorum Lat. corio turcica deaurat. 
edit 10 cKtiqjiei, fine loco out anno. 

853 Comelii Frontonis de Nominum V'erborumque DijFerentiis, & Phocas- 
Grammatici de Flatili Nota atque de Afpiratione Libellus a Joanno 
Parh;.fio nuper inventa, ■ Pifiwri l^iz 

854 ^.'artialis Epigrammata, exemplar elegant, corio turcica deuur. Per Fin- 

delin Spiram, fine ann9 

855 Cicero de OfHciis & de Amicitia, exemplar puhher. corio turcica deaur, 

Venet. 1474. 

856 Herodiani Hisk L^t. Angelo Politiano Interp. ■ Bononi^e 1493 

857 Angela Politiani iVliicellaneorum Lib. ■ Florentia 1489 

The Edition of the Mifcellanea of Angelo Politio.n has not been taken 
Notice of by Mr. Maittaire. 

858 Blarrovii Nanceidos opus de Bello Nanceiano, Lotharinga 1518 

859 Cicero de Oratore, exemplar pulcher. corio turcica deaur, Roma y per 

Udalricum Han. tie Wienna 1468 

860 Pompeii Fefti CoI!e£lanea prifcorum Verborum, editio prima, corio tur^ 
cico deaur. — — ■ ■ Roma 1477 

As this is undoubtedly the firfi Edition of Ff.stus, it nmfi be ex' 
ceeding difiicult to meet nxiith it, by reafon Mr. Maittaire nfver 
faiv it. 

86 1 Demollhenis Orationes LXII. Grjece, corio turcica deaur. foliis deaur. 

Venet. apud Jldum 1504 

862 Ciceronis Orationes Pliilippicje, exemplar pulcher. corit turcica deaur. 

Ib. per fan. de Colonia 1 474 

863 Philelf (Francifci) Satyras, corio turcica deaurat. Mediolani per Chrifi. 

Valdurpher «476 

864 Salluilii Opera, corio turcica deaurat. Florentiay apud S. Jac. de Ripoli 

»478 
Mr. Maittaire has omitted this Edition in his Annates, lufc. 

865 Donati Comment, in Terentium. Mediolani, per Ant. Zarottum 1,476 

This Edition has alfo efcaped Mr. Maittaire. 
§66 Terentii Comcedia:. ^ ~ Paris, apud Rob. Stcph. I ^ig 

867 ^fopi Fabulse et Vita adjedla Gaberise Fabula;, gr. exemplar pulcher. 
foliis deaurat. • — ■ ■ Venet. apud Aldum I 505 

868 Demeirius Chalcondylas, Manuel Mofchopulus, & Corinthus, gr. 
exemplar elegans, corio turcica deaurat. • • fine loco aut anno 

869 La6tantii Interp, in Statii Thebaida, corio turcica deaurat. edit, antij. 

fine loco aut anno 

870 Eutropius Hiftoriographus, & poft cum Paulas Diaconus, corio turcica 
deaurat. • — . •— — . »■- — Rama 1 47 1 > 

This firfi Edition of Eutropius has efcaped the Diligence of Mr. 
Maittaire. 

87 1 Plinii Epiftolac, extmplar pulcher. corio tunict deaurat. edit, antiq. fine 

loco aut anno 
872 



Ltbrt Lldjjta^ i3c. rolio. 49 

872 Ifocratis, Alciraadantis, Sec, Orationes, gr. Fenet. Gpud Mdum 1513 
8j3 Salluftii Cpera, corio turcica deaurat. • ■ -~ MediolaJii 1474 

No Mentio?t is made of this Edition hy Mr. Maittaire. 
8;'4 Nicolai Perotti Rudimenta Grammaticcs. Mediolc.ni, apud Zarottutn 

- 148; 

It is ohfer-vahle that the CharaSler cf the cbcve Book, is different 

from others printed by Zs.rotti, a7id that Mr. Maittaire has -not 

taktti Notice of this Piece. 

Sy^ Terentii Comcediic, corio turcica deaurcit. Vinet. per Joa. de Coloma 

• This beautiful Edition of Terence hc.s efcr^ped the Diligence of Mr. 
Maittaire. 

876 Perfii Satyr^e, cum tribus comment. Cornuti, Britannici, & Foncii, 
corio turcica deaurat. Venct. per Dionyfum de Bertochis et Pclegriman de 

Pafchalibus I 484 
Mr. Midttaire had not feen this Edition ivhen he publijiid his 
Anmdes., ijjc. 

877 Juftini Hiftoria, exemplar jlcgans, corio turcico deaurat. Milani, per 

Chrif. Bclderfr \^-jS 

878 Lucanus cum comment. J. Sulpicii Vcrulani & Jo. Badii Afcenfii, corio 
rujjico. • '■ — ■ ■ — per Badium A/ceafum i :jo6 

879 Appianus Alexandrinus, lat. 2 vol. Fe,':et. per Bernard. Piciorem 1477 

880 ViCtorini Comment. inCiceroiiis Rhetorica. Miediols.ni, per Ant. Za- 

rottum. 1474 

This Commentry of ViSorinus's upon Cicero" s Rhetorica has been omit- 

' ted by Mr. Maittaire. 

88 r Cicero de Finibus, exemplar pulcher. corio turcica deaurat. Uteri fq, 

inicial. illuminat, • Venet.perfoa. de Colania 147 1 

882 Suetonii Opera, cum Argumentis fingulis Capitulis infcriptis, corio 
turcica deuiirat. literifq. initial. pulcher. illunwi..t. Ve7iet. per Nic. Jen- 

fon 1471 

883 Plutarchi Opera, gr. 3 vol. • ■ ■ — ^ — Venet. apudAldum. 1509 

884 Davifii Didionarium Cambro-BritanniccT et Latinae. Land. \6^z 

885 Juvenalis Satyrae, cum comment. Caiderini, corio turcica deaurat. 

BoiK/s \ 474 

886 Ciceronis Rhetorica, corio turcica deaurat. littrifq. initial. cOiorat. 

Ih. 1476 

887 Diogenes Laertius de Vitis Philofophorum, exemplar pulcher. corio 
turcica deaurat. literifq. initial, color at. Venet. per Nic. Jenfon 1475 

888 Cicero de Officiis, de Senediute, de Amicitia k. Paradoxa, corio tur- 
cica deaurat. ; Medialani, per P . Lavagniam 1478 

889 Salluftii Opera, editio prima, exemplar pulcher. caria turcica deaurat. 

fine loco 1470 

890 Lucius Florus, editio antiq. ■ ' ■ fine loco aut anno. 

891 Horatii Opera, corio turcica deaurat. Medial, per P. Lz^agniam \4.yj 

892 Cicero de Rhetorica, exemplar elega?ts, corio turcica deaurat, Venet. 

per Nic. fenfon 1 470 

893 . de Oratore, editio antiq. ■ f.ne loco aut anno. 

894 Plinii Epiftolae, exemplar pulcher. Uteris initial, color at. corio turcica 
deaurat. Mediolani, per Phil. La'uagniam 1478 

895 Terentii Comoediae, cum comment. Donati, '<3 fig. Argentiyits 1503 

Mr. Maittaire has tiot mentioned this Edition. 

G 896 Salluftii 






5© Englijh Books, ^c. Folio. 

896 SallutlH Opera, corio turcica deaurat. Iherifq. initial, colorat. Me- 

diohnii, per Jnt. 7jarottum 1 47 8 
iJ/r. Mcittaire has likeivife ojnitted this Edition. 

897 Statii Opera, exemplar pulcher. corio turcica deaurat. editio per'vetuji. 

fine loco atit anno. 

598 Probs Centones ex Virgilio, corio turcica deaurat. editio antiq. fine 

loco aut anno. 

599 Dionis Nicei Rerum Rom. a Pompeio Magno ad Alexandrum Ma- 
ma2a% Epitome Authore Joa. Xiphilino, gr. lat. Paris, apudRob.Steph. 

900 Juftini Hifioiia et Lucius Florus, corio turcica deaurat. Mediolani fjoz 

This Edition has efcaped Mr. Mattaire^s Notice. 

901 Herodiani Hifloria, lib. viii. cum Angeli Politiani Interpret, apud Hen. 

Steph. 1581 
*90i Wallifii Opera Mathcmatica, 3 vol, » ■ Oxon 1699 



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925 Gordon's Journey through moft of the Counties of Scotland and 
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G 2 929 Prior's 



52 Englifi Books, ^c. Folio. 

929 Prior's Poems on feveral Occafions, Ifrge Prper, hound in blue Turk)\ 
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630 Hchard's Hillory of England, 3 vol. large P^per. ; • 1718 

631 Sir Hen. Spelman'sEngliHi Works, /.-r^ff P^;><fr. ■' ■ 1723 

632 Turnbull's 7'reatife of ancient Painting, containing Obfervations on 
the Rife, Progrefs, 2nd Decline of that Art amongtt the Greeks and 
Romans, adorned with fifty Pieces of ancient Painting, large P^per.' 

1740 
93? Ruihworth's Hiflorical Col'.eftions, 8 vols. /^^ro-^ P/,/r^r. • 17ZI 

934 Wood's Athenas Oxonienfis, L:rge Paper, Z'Vol. -^-^— — — 1721 

935 Clarendon's Hiliory of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, 3 
vol. l.'.rge Piiper. - ' ' • • 1707 

936 ThOrtfby's ""1 opography of the Town of Leeds, Irrge Ptper, ivith 
Cats. ■ — — 1715 

*936 The Holy Bible, 2 vols, hou/^d in red Morocco, ^with ^ Anne's Arms 
on the Sides, finijhed 'with fmcdl tools, gilt on the Leaves, ruled nvith 
red Lints, 'with Iroad Ribhons and Gold Fringe. » 1701 

937 Montfaucon's Antiquities of Italy, englifhed by Henley, lafge Peeper, 
'with Cuts. — ■ . — 1726 

938 Burnet's Hiflory of his Own Time% 2 vol. large Paper. 1724 

939 Leflie's Theological Workf, 2 vol. large Paper. 1721 

940 Sandford's Genealogical Kiliory of the Kings and Queens of England, 
from the Conqnelt to the Year 1707, publiihed by Stebbing^ large 
Po.per, bound in red Morocco, avith i^ An7us Arms on the Sides, neatly 
finifiedi-^ith fmall Tools, and gilt on the Lsa'ves. ■■ '7^7 

941 The Holy Bible, z \o\. double luled ivith red Lines. Ca?nbridge printed 

by Field l(>6o 

942 Inigo Jones's, Charleton's, and Webb's Antiquities of Stone-Henge,» 
large Pr per, 'with Cuts. » — — — 1725 

943 Kempfer's Hiltory of Japan, z vol. large Pjper, ivith Cuts. 1727 

944 Madox's Works, viz. the Hiftorv and Antiquities of the Exchequer. 
Baronia Anglica, an Hiftory of Lands, Honours, and Baronies; Fcr- 
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and Boroughs in England, 4 vol. large Pcper, bound in red Morocco^ 
gilt on the Lea'ves. -■ ■ — — 1726 

945 Sir Wm. Dugdale's Works, large Paper, viz. the Antiquities of 
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946 Brar.dt's Hiftory of the Reformation in the Low-Countries, 4 vol. 
/' rge Pr.pcr. • ■ . ■ ■ 17:0 

f;47 Wcllon's Drawing and Writing Book, large Paper, 'with Cuts. 

948 Strj'pe's Hiilory of the Life and Ads of Archbp. Grindal, large 
Paper. , i^fo 

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domeflic, which arc hardy enough to bear the Cold of our Climate 
in the open Air, Icrge Popei, 'with Cuts neatly coloured. 1730 

950 Dryden's Plays, 2 vol. large Paper. — — i-d 

951 The Holy Bible, 2 vol. large P^. per, ^ith ViJTchcr's Cuts, hound in 
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Cambridge, printed by Field 1 674 
952 Marfhall's 



955 Chaucer's Works, with his Life and a GIofTary, publifhed by Urry, 

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956 The Book of Common Prayer, black Letter, large Paper, printed by 
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9)7 Sandford's Hiftory of the Coronation of King James II. and Q^ Mary, 
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double ruled nioith red Lines, arid gilt on the Leagues. Ca}?ibridge, p7-inted 

, by Field 1 660 

959 Speed's Theatre of the Empire of Great-Britain, ^dth Maps. 1676 
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9v'54 Madox's Firma Burgi, or an hiftorical Effay concerning the Cities, 

Towns, and Boroughs of England, Irrge Paper. — 1726 

965 Jofephus's Works, tranflatcd by I'Eftrange, large Paper. 17OZ 

966 Palladio's Architefture, publifned by Leoni, 2 vol. vjithCuts. J715 

967 Saxton's Maps of England and Wales, neatly coloured. 

968 The Holy Bible, bomid in Ruffia Leather, ivith a large Border of 
Gold on the Sides. Printed by Barker 1585 

969 Turnbull's curious Colleftion of ancient Paintings, with 50 Cuts. 1741 

970 Dryden's Virgil, large Paper, nvith Cuts engra.'ued by Lombart and 
others. ^- " ■ 1 697 

971 Betty's Maps of Ireland, gilt on the Leagues. 

972 James's Medicinal Didio nary, vol ill:, luith Cuts. ' ' ■ ' ^743 

973 The Holy Bible, bomzd in RiiJJia Leather, 'with a broad Border of Gold 
on the Sides. ■ printed by Barker ib^i, 

974 The fame, dedicated to ^Elizabeth, black' Letter, bound in 

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97- The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Teftament, large 
Paper, double ruled ivith red Lines. Printed by Buck and Daniel 

Cambridge 1638 
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Gold, double ruled ivith red Lines, and gilt on the Leagues, printed by 

Buck and Daniel 1638 

978 Fiddes's Life of Cardinal Wolfey, large Paper, nvith Cuts. 1724 

979 Ihe 



54 Englijh Bosks, t^c. Folio. 

979 The Daily Gazetteer, from the Beginning in June 30, 1735» to Dec. 
31,1739, bound in 5 vol. 

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bound in red Velvet, embroidered iknth Gold j the Cuts, and all the 
initial Letters to eiery Chapter elegantly coloured and raifed ivith Gold. 

pritttedby Barker 1583 

98 1 ' ' The fame, black Letter ^ bound in blue Turky» gilt on the Leagues. 

printed b\< Barker 1 64.O 

982 The Supplement to Montfaucon's Antiquities, tranflated by Hum- 
phreys, nuith Cuts. ' — — 1 725 

983 Chaucer's Works, with a Gloffary, publifhed by Urry. 1721 

984 The Daily Poft, from Jan. 2, 1720, to Dec. 31, 1739. bound in 
19 vols. 

985 Horlley's Brittannia Romana, or the Roman Antiquities of Britain, 
large Paper, luith Cuts. ■ ■ '732 

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Border of Gold on the Sides. • printed by Norton and Bill iSzg 

987 Manilius^s Sphere made an Englifh Poem, with Annotations and an 
agronomical Appendix by Sherburne, bound in red Morocco, gilt on 
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988 Guillim's Difplay of Heraldry, large Paper, nvith all the . Cuts and 
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989 Pozzo's Architefture in Perfpeflive, in Latin and Englifh, tranflated 
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990 Acherley's Britannic Conftitution, or the Fundamental Form cf Go- 
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99« Slezer's Theatrum Scotia^, containing 57 Pro/peJis of the Palaces and 
Caftles in Scotland, neat/y engraved, with a Defcription of each 
Place. » ■ ■ ■ ■ 1693 

992 A Calendar of the Journals of the Houfe of Commons, from 
Edw. VI. Anno 1546, to the Year 1710. in MSS. neatly wrote, 
and bound in 2 vol. 

993 Keating's General Hiftory of Ireland, large Paper, vjith above 40 
Cuts. -■ ■ - ' ■ ■ 172^ 

9Q4 Blome's Gentleman's Recreation, with Cuts, beft Edition. 1710 

991; Maitland's Hiftory of London, 'Vi'ith Cuts. 1739 

996 Oldmixon's Hiftory of England during the Reigns of the Royal Houfe 
of Stuart, large Pzper. — — 173© 

997 Sir Rob. Atkins's ancient and prefent State of Gloucefterlhire, vjith 
Cuts. .. . • 17 1 2 

998 Wood's Athena Oxonienfts, 2 vol. bejl Edition. * • ■ 1 721 
9^9 Anftis's Regifter of the Order of the Garter from its Inftitution, covered 

in black Velvet, 2 vol. bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. 1724 

*999 The Ceremonies and Religious Cuftoms of the various Nations of 

the known World, nvith Cuts by Picart, 7 vol. •- 1733 

1000 Whitlock's Memorials of Englifh Affairs, bejl Edition. 1732 

1001 Chambers's Univerfal Englifti Diftionary of Arts and Sciences, 
2 vol. vuith Cuts, —— — - ■ ■ '■ - ■ 'I ■ 1 741 

IC02 Aflimole'slnftitution, Laws, and Ceremonies, of the Order of the 

Garter, large Paper, with Cuts. • • — 1672 

1 00 J Mariana's General Hiftory of Spain, tranflated by Stevens, large 

1004 Kennet's 



Englijh Books, ^c. Folio. ^^ 

1004 Kennet's Complete Hiftory of England, 3 vol. hji Edition. 171 9 

1005 Salmon's Englilh Herbal, or Hillor/ of Plants, wth CutSf x vol. 

i7»o 

1006 Strype's Life and Afts of Archbp. Parker, large Paper. 1711 
.1007 Smalridge's Sermons upon feveral Occafions. ■ '7*4 
1008 Palladio's Architedure, publifhed by Ware, luith Cuts. 1738 
IQ09 Peck's Antiquarian Annals of Stanford, large Paper, nvithCuts.tyzj 
10 10 Montfaucon's Antiquities of Italy, englifhed by Henley, ivitl> Cuts. 

1725 

loi I Echard's Hiftory of England, from the Conqueft to the Year 1688, 

1720 

toi2 Seymour's Survey of London, 2 vol. icitb Cuts. . 1734 

1013 The Hyp-Doftor, from the Beginning Dec. 15, 1730,10 Aug. 24, 

1731. 

1014 Rapin's Hiftory of England, tranflated by Tindal, •with the Heads 

and Monuments of the Kings and ^eens, graved by Vertue^ 3 I'ol, 

*732 

1015 Poole's Annotations upon the Bible, 2 vol. heji Edition. 1700 

1 016 Harris's Hiftory of Kent, W//?» Cuts. ■■• — '7 19 
I'd/ Bedford's Scripture Chronology, dcmonftrated by aftronomical Cal- 
culations. ■ '■ ■ ■ » ' ■■ ■ 1730 

1018 Langley's Pomona, or the Fruit-Garden illuftrated, ^witlf y^ Cuts. 

1729 

J 01 9 Stow's Survey of London and Weftminfter, publifhed by Strype, 

2 vol. ivith Cuts. ' ■ 1720 

1020 Collier's Ecclefiaftical Hiftory of Great-Britain, 2 vol. 1708 

1 02 1 Cambden's Britannia, or a Chorographical Defcription of Great- 

Britain and Ireland, publiftied by Gibfon, njuitl) Cuts, Maps, &c. 
2 vol. liej} Edition. 
102 2 The Holy Bible, Hack Letter, bound in RuJ/ia Leather, imprinted by 

Barierl^yi 

1023 Strype's Ecclefiaftical Memorials, 3 vol. large Paper. 1721 

1024 L'Eftrange's Jofephus, 'with Cuts,i3'c. leji Edition. 1702 

1025 Lewis's Hiftory of Great- Britain. — — . ■ 1729 
^026 The Common Prayer, black Letter, large Paper, bound in blui 

7urky, gilt on the Leaves, and ruled 'with red Lines, luith MS. 
Notes. •• _—___ ,55^ 

1027 The Holy Bible, with Archbp. Cranmer's Preface, black Letter, 

ivith Cuts. ■ ■ printedby Whitchurch I <^ 4^1 

1028 The Fundamental Conftitutions of Carolina, large Paper, gilt on 

the Lea'ves. 

1029 Leycefter's Hiftorical Antiquities of Chefliire, large Paper. 1673 

1030 Sir Tho. Roe's Negotiations in his Embaffy to the Ottoman Porte, 

from 1621 to 1628. -" ■ jy^o 

1031 Prick e's Architefture, compleat, ivith Cuts. - ■ 1670 

1032 Cauffin's Holy Court, large Paper, gilt on the Leanjes. 1663 

1033 Morton's Natural Hiftory of Northamptonftiire, large Paper, bound 

in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. ■ ijiz 

1034 Strype's Life and Afts of Archbp. Whitgifr, large Paper. 1718 

1035 Guillim's Difplay of Heraldry, bejl Edition, nuith Cuts. 1724 

1036 Wodrow's Hiftory of the SuiFerings of the Church of Scotland, 

2 vol. -«■■ - ■- . IT2I 

1037 Walker's Hiftorical Difcourfes, upon feveral Subjeds. 1705 

2 1038 The 



56 Englijh Books, (^c. Folio. 

»038 The Daily Courant, from May 1702, tojune 1735;, ^7 voji-bound. 

1039 Sandford's Genealogical Hiftory of the Kings .'ind Queens of 

England, puhlifhed by Stebbing, bejl Eitithn, ivith Cuts.' 1707 

1040 Crawford's Lives and Charaders of the Officers of the Crown and 

State in Scotland, large Prper, hoimd in red Morocco, finifoed tmth 
fmoll Tools, ovd gilt on the Leun}es. ■ 1726 

1041 Collier's great h'ftor. geo. geneal. and poetical Dictionary, 4 vol. 1 701 

1042 Yrmz€ i DarMonii Oiientalcs Jllufires, Qx. the Worthies of Devon. 

^ - 1701 

1043 Dugdale's Antiquities of Warwickftiire,, -with Cuts, 2 vol. ie/i 

Edition^ ' ■ • ' . . «730 

1044 Rycnut's Hiflory of the Turks, fiom 1679 to 1699. 1700 

1045 Le Grand's Body of Piiilofophy, englKhcd by Blome, ^cvith 100 

Cuts, ru/ed nvith red Lines. • • ■ 1 694 

1046 Ogilby's Britannia, or the Kingdom of England and Dominion of 

Wales aftually furveyed, ivith 100 M fs on Copper Plates. 1698 

1047 Chnuncy's Hirtorical Antiquities of HertfordOiire, nvith Cuts. 1700 

1048 Lightfcot's Works, 2 vol. ■ . -^ 1684 

1049 Clarendon's Hiftory of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, 

3 vol. 1707 

lojo Hooker's Works, bej} Edition. ■ 1 705 

1051 Dr. Sam. Clarke's Works, 4 vol. — — r— . 1738 

1052 Common Senfe, or the EngHlhman's Jourha), from Feb. 1737, to 

Dec. 1739- bound together.- 

1053 Grotius on War and Peace, with Barbeyrac's Notes, beji Edition. 

, »738. 

1054 The Holy Bible, black Letter. . prjnted by Grcfton \:,iq 

1059 The Works of the Author of the Whole Duty of Man. 1687 
1O56 Dart's Hiftory and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Can- 
terbury, nvith Cuts. • ■ ■ 1726 

IC57 Bp. Fleetwood's Works. i737. 

1058 The Holy Bible, with Clark's Annotations, ruled nvith red Lines, 

and gilt on the Lea-x'es. • • 1690 

1059 Drake's Hiftory and Antiquities of the City of York, ivifh Cuts. 

. - . '736 

1 060 L'Huyd's Jrchttologia B}-ifan}iica, or an Account of the Languages^ 

Hiftories, and Cuftoms of the original Inhabitants of Great-Britain, 

large Paper. . « • 1707 

ic6f Dryden's Fables, ancient and modern, l.^jrge Paper. ' 1700 

1062 An Hiftorical Treatife of the Manor of Marden in Kent, contain- 

ing the Antiquity, Cuftoms, Grants, Piivilcges, Monafteries, Pro- 
prietors, &C. chiefly extra61:ed from Doomelday Book. 

1063 'Bbme's Geographical Deicription of the four Parts of the World, 

<zvith Cuts, bou7id in red Morocco, gilt on the Leaves. i 670 

1064 Dugdale's' Baronage of Engk.nd, or an hiftorical Account of the 

Lives and Adions of our EngliOi Nobility, 2 vol. 1675 

1065 Wanley's Wonders of the Little World, or a general Hiftory of 

Man. 1678 

If 66 h General Diflionary, hiftorical and critical, in which a new 
and accurate Trar.flation of that of Bayle is included, interfperfed 
with feveral thoufand Lives never before publiflied, the Whole 
containing the Hiftory of the moft illuftrious Perfons of all 

Ages 



Englijh Books ^ i^c. Folio. 57 

Ages and Nations, particularly thofe of Great-Britain and Ireland, 

10 vol. — ,-3^ 

1067 The Weekly Mifcellany, from February 1734 ^o Otlober 1736, 

bound together. 
Jo68 The Poft-Boy, from 1697 ^^ 'Z'O» bound in 4 vol. 

1069 Gibfon's Codex Jure's Ecclefiaftici Anglicani, 2 vol. ■ 1713 

1070 The Cafe of the Lord Marfhal of England, with Proofs of hi? Right to 

go by the Sword of State in all Solemnities, luitb MS. Notcs'.i-oG 

1071 Bacon's hillorical and political Difcourle of the Laws and Govtrn- 

ment of England, large Paper. • • i-^^g 

1072 Howel's General Hiflory of the World, from the Beginning tiU'ihe 

Monarchy of Conftantine the Great, 5 vols. . ,6So 

1073 Gordon's Works of Tacitus, z vo\. neatly bound. — t 1728 

1074 Hammond's (Or. Hen ) Works, 4 voJ. ■ 1684 

1075 The Daily Po ft, from Jan. 2, 1720, to Dec. 31, 1739 19 vol. 

1076 Read's Weekly Journal, or Bricifh Gazetteer, from Jan 2. to De- 

cemb. 25, 1731. 

1077 An Univerial Hiltory, from the earlieft Account of Time to the 

prefent, compiled from original Author?, illuftrattd with Map^-, 
Cuts, Notes, chronological and other Table?, 9 vol. 174O 

1078 A Prefervative againft Popery, in feveral feleft Difcourfes upon the 

principal Heads of Controverfy between Proteftants and Papiils, 
written and publiihed by the moil eminent Divines of the Church 
of England, in the Reign of King James II. vol. 3d. ^hich comple.its 
the former Volumes. 

1079 D'Ewe's (Sir Simon) Compleat Journal of the Votes, Speeches, and 

Debates, both in the Houfe of Lords, and Houfe of Commons, 
during the Reign of Q^ Elizabeth, publijked Ly Paul Bov.es, Efq; 

1693 

1080 Stackhoufe's New Hiftory of the Holy Bible, 2 vol. ivith Cutsij^^ 

1081 Stillingfleet's Rational Account of the Grounds of the Proteilant 

Religon, large Paper, hound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leoroes. 1665 
N. B. This nvas the Dedication-Book to King Charles II. 

1082 Certain Sermons or Homilies, appointed to be read in Churches in 

the Time of Queen Elizabeth, large Paper, bound in red Morocco, 
atid gilt on the Lea-ves. ■ — — — ' &7 3 

1083 Baker's (Sir Rich.) Chronicles of the Kings of England, from the 

Roman Government to the Reign of Pling George I. 1730 

1084 Bayle's hiltorical and critical Didionary, 4 vol. ■ 1710 

1085 Stanley's Hiftory of Philolbphy, containing the Lives, Opinions, 

Adions, and Difcourfes of the Philoiophsrs of every Seft, ivith 
Cuts, the bejl Edition. • ' '■ ■ \y:o- 

1036 Forbes's View of the publick Tranfactions in the Reign of Queen 
Elizabeth. ^ 1740 

1087 Shakefpear's Comedies, Hiftories, and Tragedies, the ^th Edition. 

1685 

1088 Revefi Bruti's new and accurate I\leihod of delineating all the 

Parts of the different Orders in Architcdure, e.nghfhed by Tho. 
^l2i\\c, ivith Cuts. — —__-__• ■■■ .— 1737 

1089 Ben. Johnfon's Works, be/. Edition. — -^ • 1692 

1090 The Weekly Journal, from Feb, 27, 1714, to April 24, 172;, 

3 vol. 

H 1091 The 



58, EngUfp Books, i£c. Folio. 

1091 The Flying Port, from Jan. 3, 17» 15-16, to Dec. 31, 1728, 5 vols. 
iOy2 Wanley's vVcnders of tiie little Work), or a general Hiflory of Man, 

interlei.'ved and interjperfed ivitb many MS. notes. • i6y8 

1093 The Eall India Company 'i Charter granted by K. Charles lid, dated 

the 3d of April 1661. 
1094. F.acio's Navigation improved, being the Method for finding the Lat. 

at Sea as well as by Land, ■ 1728 

»C9; Journals of the Houfe of Lords from the beginning to the end of the 

late King's Reign, loj vols. MS. 

N. U. T/jis may be fc-id to be one of the perfeSleji Sets in Eyiglandy 
hanging been carefully examined by the Originals. 

1096 Fog's Weekly Journal, from Oft. 5, 1728, to Oft. 29, 1737, 3 vols, 

1097 The Poft-Bcy, from May 169-7, to Dec. 1726, 4. vols. 

IC9S Beaumont's and Fletcher's Plays, bejl edit. ' »679 

1099 Mede's (Jof) Works, ~-« ■ ■ ■ 1672 

1 100 Burnet's Memoirs of the Lives and Aftions of James and William, 
Dukes of Hamilton, large p/Tjer, gilt on the leai^es, 1^77 

itoi Jacob de Gheyn's Exercife of Arms for Calivres, Muskettes and 
Pikes, after the Order of Maurice Prince of Orange, nxith cuts, 

1608 

1 102 Life and Letters of Archbifhop UHier, large pnpcr^ i68<S 

1103 Perry's View of the Levant, particularly of Conftantinople, Syria, 
Egypt and Greece, • . 1 ' . i 743 

1104 Titus Liviub's Roman Hiftory, v/ith the Supplement of Freinlhemius 
and Dujatias, large paper, - • .—____— 1686 

I 105 Torriano's Diftionary, Ital. and Englifli, Eng. and Ital. 1688 

1 106 Gunton's Hiltory of the Church of Peterlhurgh, n.vith cuts, large 
paper, • ~— ' ■ ■■ ■ ■' ' '■ ■■• «^- ■ ■ " ■ — - l6S6 

1107 Sewel's Hilbry of the Rife, Licreafe and Progrefs of the Chriftian 
People called Quakers, ^vith the Head of the fmous James NcAlor, 
large paper, neatly bound, <Viith a lurge border of Gold on the 

fides. • ■ I ' ■ I ■ 1722 

1 108 Bundy's Roman Hiftory with Notes hiftorical, geographical and criti- 
cal, illuflrated with Cuts, Maps, and a great number of authentick 
Medals, 6 vols. . 1 728 

I log Hollinfhed's Chronicle with the original Caftratioris, 2 vols. 1586 
itio Blome's Britannia, or a geographical Defcription of England, Scot- 
land and Leland, with Maps neatly coloured, large paper, bound in 
red Morocco, and gilt on the leagues, • ■ ■ 1 ■ — — — — 1673 
1 1 1 1 Hexham's Principles of the military Art rcprefented hy Figures, 

1637 
J 112 State of the Procefs, Sir John Meres and his Faftor, Purfuers, againlt 

the. York Buildings Company, Defenders. 
n 1 3 Torriano's Comnion-Piace of Italian Proverbs and proverbial Phrafes, 

neatly bozind and gilt o>t the leaves, large paper, ■ lfc66. 

1114 Efop's Fables with his Life, in Eng. French and Lat. with lizSculp- 

.tures curiourty engraved by BarIo>N, ^^y/ «"t///. — — 1666. 

lUi Boyer's Hillory of Q^Anne, ni'ith cuts, — — 1735 

J I 16 Pettus (Sir John) Laws of Art and Nature in knowing, judging, aflay- 

ing, fining, refining, and enlirging the Bodies of confined Metals, 

illullraied with 44 Sculptures, bound in. red Morocco, gilt on the 

I n 7 



EngUfa Books ^ t^c. Folio. 59 

1117 Barnes's Hidory of Edward the Third and the Black Princf, 

1688 

118 Dryden's Virgil, aiorfied ivith r.bcve lOO copper cuts, • ■■■— >f>97 

119 Newton's Grounds of the Complaint of the Principal of Hare Hali', 
concerning the Obftrudlion given to the Incorporation of his Society 
by Exeter College and their Vifitor, - ■ " ■ — ' '• ■ • ■ 1 735 

1 20 A full and exiid; Account of the Tryal of all the Pirates taken by 
Capt. Ogle, on board the Swallow Man of War, J723 

121 The Tryal and Condemnation of Arundel Coke, £/.7; and of John 
Woodburne, Labourer, for flitting the Nofe of Edwurd Crifpe, Cent. 

1722 

122 Newton's Letter to the Rev. Dr. Holme-, Vice-Chancellor of the 
■ Univerfity of Oxford and Vifitor of Hart Hal!, — — 1734 

123 Achsrley's Reafons for Uniformity in the State, or a Supplement to 
the Britannic Conltitation, ■ ' '7-9 

1 24. The Tryal of George Earl of Wintoun for High Treafon, 1716 

1 25 The Tryal of Major Stede, Bonnet and other Pirates, at the Admi- 
ralty Seifions held at Charles-Town in S. Carolina, 1719 

126 The Cafe of Mr. William Paterfon in relation to his Claim on the 
Bquivalent, as the fame is ftated in a Petition given in by 
himfelf 

127 Mackworth's (Sir Humph.) Vindication of the Rights of the Com- 
mons of England, ■ ■' 1701 

1 28 Pope's Homer's Iliads, 6 vols, large paper, n:c.tiy bound, luith a hirge 
border of Gold on the fides, -and gilt on the lea^ves, ivith cuts, 

129 ksmpfer's Hiilory of Japan, gi'/ing an Account of the ancient .uia 
prefent State end Government of that Empire, n.vith cuts, 2 vols. 

172S 

130 Webfter's Difplay of fuppofed Witchcraft, h.rge paper, bound in red 
Morocco and gilt on the leanics, ■ ■ " ■ 1677 

131 Angier's (Lord) State of his .Vlajeity's Revenue in Ireland, as the 
fame was given in to the Lords Commiffioners of his Mnjefty's Trea- 
fury in England, — — - ■ 1673 

132 Cambridge Concordance to the Holy Scriptures, he f edit. 1720 

133 Le .Vioyne's Gallery of heroick Women, ivith cuts, 1653 

134 Oldmixon's Hillory of Engl aid during the Reigns of the Royal 
Houfe of Stuart, • ■ — — • 1750 

135 Bayle's Didionary hillorical and critical, with his Life by Mr. Des 
Maizeaux, i; vols. — — — '734 

136 Strype's Life of Archbifhop V^hitgift, who governed the Church of 
England during the Space of twenty Years, with large Manufcript 
Notes by way of Addition, wrote by the Rev. Author, 1718 

137 The 'I'ryal and Condemnation of David Lindfay, a Scotch Gent, for 
High Treafon, for returning from France without Licence under the 
Privy Seal of England, — 1 704 

138 Echard's general Ecelefiaft. Hillory, from the Nativity of our Saviour 
to the firll Eftablilhment of Chriftianity under Conftantine the Great, 

17,9 

139 Tiyal of Francis Francia for High Treafon at the Seffions houfe m 
the Old Baily, ^ . ■ . • 1717 

H 2 II 4^'^ 



6o Englijh Books, &c. Folio. 

40 Echard's Hift. of England, from the firll Entrance of Julius Qjefar to 
the Eflablifhment of K. William and Q^ i\Iary, avii.-:' the Appendix, 

4 1 Aftimole's Inftitution, Laws and Ceremonies of the Order of the Gar- 
ter, imth cuts, — — — 1 693 

42 Boyle'd Works, with his Life by the Rev. Mr. Birch, 5 vols. 

'745 

43 Kiuigrew's Property of all Engliflimen afferted in the Hiftory of Lind- 
fey Level,', • 1705 

44 Miller's Gardeners Didtionary, 2 vols, ^vith cuts, - 174^ 
^5 Cave's Hiftory of the Lives, A&, Deaths and Martyrdoms of the 

primitive Fathers, ^//-6 f///j, ■ 1716 

46 Barrow's Works, publifhed by Archbilliop I'illotfon, 2 vols. 1716 

47 Brady's Hiflory of England, gathered from the Records, 3 vols. 

1684 

48 Winwood's Memorials of AiFairs of St.'.te in the R.eigns of Q. Eliz. 
and K. James 111. 3 vols. — — ^— x-'z^ 

49 Gordon's Itinerarium Septentrionale, or a Journey tliro' ir.oft of the 
Counties of Scotland, and ihofe in the North of England, <-j:ith 
cuts, ■ 1 I — — ■' 17^7 

50 Nicolfnn's Engiifh, Scotch and Irifh hiitorical Libraries, 1736 
ji The Try^Is of Haagen, Sweiifdcn ?.nci others, for felonioufly fteaiing 

Mrs. Pleafant Rawlins, ■ — — 1703 

52 The Bill, intituled an Aft for the Relief, Imployment and Settlement 
of the Poor, v.'hich came from the Hoafe of Commons, printed by 
Order of the Hotife of Lords, — — — 1705 

53 The Craftfman, from Dec. 19, 1726, to Dec 29, 1729, 6 vols. 

54 A ccmpleat Col!e£lion of State Trials, iVom the Reign of K. Richard 
lid, to the Reign of K. George lid, 8 vols. . . . 1742 

55 I'he Cafe of Scots Men refiding in England and in'the Engiifh Plan- 
tations, - . 1702 

;;6 An Appeal unto Csfar, wherein is declared the loyal and zealous 
Aftivity of Tho, Bulkley (late of New Providence, Merchant) in the 
Service of his ?4ajclly K. William Hid, 1695 

57 Mackworth's (Sir Humph.) Bill for the better Relief, Imployment 
and Settlement of the Poor, __— — — 1704 

58 Moll's Dcfcription of England and Wales, with the adjacent Iflands, 
<ii:ith maps, 1 . — __. 1 7 24 

:;9 Ribadeneyra's Lives of the Saints, ivith cuts, ■ 1669 

60 Tlioroton's Antiquities of Nottinghamfhire, n.vith cuts by Boiler, 

1677 

61 Marfhall's Works of St. Cyprian Archbifliop of Carthage, 17 17 

62 Hiftory of the Growth and Decay of the Othman Empire by Prince 
Cantemir, ivitb cutj, — . 1734 

63 Mackenzie's Lives and Chara£lers of the moft eminent Writers of the 
Scots Nation, with an Abftrad and Catalogue of all their Works, 
3 vols. ,, 1708 

64 Morton's Natural Hiftory of Northamptonfiiire with fome Account 
of the Antiquitie.";, nvith cuts, . 17 12 

6;, Scoi's Hiftory of Scotland, . . .. . 1728 

66 Patrick and Lowth on the Old Teftam. 4 vols. — 1738 

67 Whitby's Paraphrafe and Commentary on the New Teftament, 2 vols. 

»744 
116s 



Englijh Books ^ i^c. Folio. 5i 

1 168 Taylor's Life of Chrift, with Cave's Lives of the Apoflles, fMh 
cuts, ' ' '74-2 

69 Bp. Burnet's Hiflory of his OH'n Times, 2 vols. - 17^4. 

70 jMalebranch's Search after Truth, with his Treatife of N'ature and 
Grace, tranflated by Mr, Taylor, • 1 700 

71 Plot's Natural Kiliory of StafFordfhirc, ^joith cuts, large pi'per, 1686 

72 Lock on Human Underftanding, hejl edit. 1706 

73 Douglas's Deicription of the Guernfey Lilly, ivith cuts, 172J 

74 Madox's Baronia Anglica, an Hiflory of Land Honours and Baronies 
and of Tenure in Capite, I'crificd by Records, I 741 

75 Carte's Life of James Duke of Ormonde, from his Birth in i6io, to 
his Death in 1688, 3 vols. — — ■ — — ly^ 

76 Keating's Hillory of Ireland, njoith getiealogical tubles and cuts, 

1726 

77 Leigh's Natural Hiilory of Lancafhire, Chelhire, and the Peak in 
Derb}'fhire, i/jith cuts, — —^ — — — 1700 

78 Strype's Life of Archbp. Grindai, ivith MS. Notes by the J:ithor, 

1710 

79 . — Memorials of Archbp. Cranmer, <with MS. Additions and 

Notes bv the Rev. Author, —— — - •— "^9+ 

80 Mariana's general Hillory of Spain, from the firtt peopling of it tiU 
the Deata of K. Ferdinand, ■ — ■ — • ' — 1699 

81 Drummond's ;of Hawthornden) Works relating to the Hiftory of 
Scotland, ■ ' ' ■ ■ 1711 

82 Clarendon's (Earl of ) Colledion of Tr.-6ts, \-jvj 

83 Chillingworth's Works, — — " ■■ '742 

8a Temple's (Sir Wm.) Works, 2 vols. '740 

8- Book of Homilies, app o nted to be read in Churches, • \ 26 

86 Letters Patents granted by his Majeily, containing a Deuiile of his 

P.evenue of Ireland for feven Years, bound inredTuke-y 1669 

8'j Prideaux's ConneciHon of the Old and New Teft. with- the Iliftorjr 

of the jews and ne'ghbcuring Nations, 2 vols, nvith cuts, 1724 

88 An Abrtraft of feverrd Record.-, original Dt'^i.i, Wi;l?, and other 
auchentick Writing?, to prove the Claim and Title of Katherine Wife 
of Rich. Bokenham, of Wefton Mercate, in the County of Suffolk, 
Efq; to the Barony of Bcrniers. 

89 Vredeman's Perfpedtive in Dutch, 'with cuts by Hcndius. 

go Defence of Natural and Revealed Religion, being a Colleflion of 
the Sermon'; preached at Mr. Boyle's Leiflures froi.n the Year 1691, 
to the Year 1732, 3 voh. » • 1739 

1 191 A Colkdion of ancient Precedents, Inllruments, dx. with an ^bilratt 
of the Records, 7 tbles of the Lord Chancellor's PVes, of the Lord 
Privy Seal and his Secundaries Salaries, the Lord Chief JuOice's 
Fees, the Serjeants and King's Altornies, &c. widi a Difcourfe in 
Englilh, intituled, Ordo Ojjicii Reman. Theiaur. cdl in Manu- 
fcript. 

1 192 Stukeley's Itinerarium curiofum, ivith cuts, — '724 

1193 Dugdale's Origines juridicales, ■' " 1671 

1194 Tryal of Thomas Earl of Maccicilield for high Crimes and Mifde- 
meanours, ■ ■ ^— 1725 

1195 Colledion of Voyages and Travels, publifiied by Chuixhil!, vol. 5, 6. 

Thefe t-iMO Fohmes cnmpleat Getitlemens Sets. *73* 

1 

1 1 96 



62 Englijto Books ^ <sc'. rolio. 

1196 Haine's Aphorifms upon the new Way o( improving Cydtr, 

1684. 

1 1 97 State for the York Buildings Company in the Procefs of Decla- 
rator and Payment purfued by Sir John Meres, a^ainll them. 

1198 Reafons humbly offered againft Grafting and Splicing, and for diffol- 
ving this prefent Eall India Company. 

J 1 99 True State of the Difference between Sir Geo. Rook, Knt. and Wm. 
Colepepcr, Efq; »— — — ^.^ — 1704 

1200 Humble Apology to the Queen on behalf of the Merchants-Petitio- 
ners and Truftees for the Fadory at Leghorn, for printing their 
Cafe, ■ ' 1704 

1201 Tryal and Convidlion of Patrick Hurley before the Court of King's 
Bench in Ireland, for Perjury and Cheating, 1719 

'1202 True Narrative of the inhumane Pofitions and Pradices of the 
Jefuits and Papifls towards all good Proteftant Chriilians, 1680 

1203 St. James's Polt, from Dec. iz, 1715, to May 28, 1722. 

1204 The Lucubrations of Ifaac Bickerftaff, Efq; vol. 2. ' I71I 
J 205 Wicquefort's AmbafTador and his Funttions, 

1 206 Caftienau's Memoirs of the Reigns of Francis II, and Charles IX. of 
France, • • ■ ■ 1724 

1207 Mackworth's (Sir Humph.) Peace at home, or a Vindication of the 
Bill for preventing occafiona! Conformity, ■■■ 170? 

1208 Blackall's Works, 2 vols, nvith a Preface by Sir Wm. Daives, Jrchbp. 
of York, . ;■ 17 23 

1209 "^^^ Bible, that is, The Holy Scriptures contained in the Old and 
New Teftam. with Annotations upon all the hard Places, and other 
things of great Importance : To which is added, the Bible's Abftraft 
and Epitome by Rich, Bernard ; bound in black Turkey, neatly tooled^ 
according to the Copy printed at Edinburgh by Andrevj Hart l6i0, 

Afnjlerd. 1 640 

1210 Craig's Right of Succeflion to the Kingdom of England, againft 
P ar Jons the Jifuite, — 1 70 3 

121 1 Prynne's Records, 3 vols, large paper, ■■ 1666 

1212 A CoUeftion of old Reports and other Papers of Efcheators, &c. from 
K. Edward III, to the Beginning of K. James I. with an Aft for 
naturalizing Sir John Ramfey, Knt. all in Manufcript. 

1213 The Honours of the Lords Spiritual aflerted, and their Privileges to 
vote in capital Cafes in Parliament, ■ — ■-- ■■ '679 

i2r4. Rules for granting of Rifie;, ^cc 

1215 An Account of the Tryals ol the Rebel Prifoners in the Counties of 
Middlefex Pnd Surrey, •■ ■ ■« 1716 

1216 Account of the horrid Murders, Robberies and Burnings com.mittcd 
at Bradfoi ton in the County of V/orceller, and of the Tryals and 
Convidion of John Palmer, Hent. and others, for the did Crimes, 

1708 
i;i7 The whole Prr^- ceding to Judgment upon the Articles of Impeach- 
ment of High Trealon againft the Earl of Dervventwater, &r. 

1716 

1218 Sprat'^ Hillory of the Rye Houfe Plot, In-gc paper, • ' ■ • 1685 

12 19 Camden's Britannia tranflatcd by f^hil. Holland, inith Cuts avd MapSy 
and a great number of Coats of /Irms curioufty dran.vn, and blazoned 
in thilr proper Colours., » " ' ' '■— ■' 1 037 



1220 



Englijh Books^ &c. Folio. 65 

1220 V'arenius's and Sanfon's Cofmography and Geography tranflated by 
Blome, nuith Mofs neatly coloured, ■ ■ ■•■ ' ■ — — — 1 695 

122 1 Mill's Weekly Journal from the Beginning, May 1, 1725, to Sept. 
14, 1728. 

1222 Bion's Conliruflion and principal Ufes of mathematical Inftrument» 
tranflated by Mr. Stone, ^.vifh cuts, — — ■■ — 1723 

1223 Le Grand's intire Body of Philofophy, according to the Principles of 
the famous RenateDes Cartes, in 3 Books, UhtJlrattdnMith above 100 
Sculptures bv Blome, " '694 

1224 Vertot's Hift. of the Knights ofMilta, 2 vols, illufirated ixiith Heads, 
Plans and Fortifications b\' the beji Maflers, • 1 728 

1225 Parkinfon's Theatre of Plants, or an univerfal and compleat Herbal, 
'with cuts, " ' 1 640 

1226 Le B'uyn's Travels into Mufcovy, Perfia, and Part of the E. Indies, 
2 vols, aw'/^ u threat number of cuts, ■ ■ " *737 

1227 Strype's Annals of the Reformation and Ellablifh. of Religion, and 
other various Occurrences in the Church and State of England, 
4 vols. ^ — - 1735 

1228 A general Survey of all his iMajefly's Stores of War remaining in the 
feveral Garilbns throughout the Kingdom of Ireland, taken by Lord 
Mountjoy, Mailer Genernl, and Hedor Pain, Clerk of the Ord- 
nance in the Years 1723 and 1724, in Manufcript. 

1229 Bingham's Works, containing the Antiquities of the Chrill. Church, 
&c. 2 vols. 1726 

1230 Tryal of Chriftopher Layer, E/^; Kelley, Plunket, and the Bllhop of- 
Rochefter, for High Treafon. 

1231 Le Neve's Faili EcclelijE Anglicanrr:, - ■ 17 16 

1232 Cleveland's Genealogical Hiltory of the F:imily of Courtenay, 

1735 

1233 Common Prayer, black Letter, lai-ge Paper, 'with large MS. Alt ere 

■ tions ifjrote in a fair Hc-nd, neatly bound in yello-M Morocco and gilt on 
the learues, ' -■ ■ '^34- 

1234 Strype's Life and Ads of Arch'op. Parker, ttv'/i» Lrge MS. Notes, by 
ivay of addition, by the Author, ■ 1711 

1235 Monteth's Hift. of the Troubles of Great Britain, — — 173 S 

1236 Chomel's Family Diftion ry, revifed by Mr. Bradley, <ivith great 
mnnber of cuts, • •- — • '72; 

1237 J^ifbet's Syftem of Heraldry Speculative and Practical, with the true 
Art of Blazon, ^jjith a large nurubtr of Coats of Arms of the Scots 
Families, — " ■ ■ « ' -* Ijzz 

1238 Tillotfon's Sermons, 3 vols. »- — ■ • 1720 

1 239 Holme's Academy of Armory, or a Storeiioufe of Armory and Bh^zon 

1688 

1240 Gerharde's Herbal, or general Hiftory of Plants, enlarged and 
amended by Tho. John Ion, ivith cuts, ~ 163'; 

124« Holy Bible, black Letter, - — ■ — — 1574 

1242 The Anfwer of the Merchants- Petitioners and Trullecs for the Fac- 
tory at Leghorn, to the Account of Damages laid to the Charge of 
the Great Duke of Tufcany, by Sir Alex. Rigby, MeiT. Shepardand 
Plowman, together with their Reply, and the Aierchants-Pctitioners 
2d Anfwer thereto, gilt an the lewzi-i, • ■ " ■ * " " ■ 1 704. 

1243 Freiirt's Parallel of Archicefture both ancient and modern, tranfl^ited 
by John Evelyn, Ff-~,; ^ujith th: htf .edition of cuts, ' »■ ■ ■' \ 664 

»24 + 



^4 hnglijb isookSy Z5c. rolio. 

1244 Covel's Account of the prefent Greek Church, nvith cuts, 1722 

1245 Holy Bible, Common Prayer, and Pfalms, ivith genealogical Tables^ 

printed by Barker 1632 
»246 Davila's Hiftorie of the civil Warres of France, — 1647 

1247 Tryal and Condemnation of Capt. Wm. Kidd for Murder and Pi- 
rn cy, •■ ' — ; 1 70 1 

1248 Information for Mr. Alex. Higgins, Procurator-Fifcal of the High 
Court of Admiralty, againll^ Capt. Green and his Crew. 

1249 An Anfwer to the Gentleman's Letter to his Friend, fhewing that 
Bifhops may be Judges in Caufes capital, 1680 

1250 NicoPs Advantage of Great Britain confidefd in the Tobacco Trade, 

1727 
izri Trvr.I and Conviiflion of Dr. Wm. Parry, for confpiring againft Q^ 

Elizabeth, — — — 1679 

12)2 Tlie perjur'd Fanatick, or the Confpiracy of Sir John Croke, Bart. 
and Henry Larimore, Anabaptill Preacher, againlt the Life of 
Robert Hawkins, M. A. Minifter of Chilton in the County of Bucks, 

1710 

1253 Co^zer's Survey of Dorfetfhire, ccntaining the Antiquities and Na- 
tural Hiflory of that County, icvV/!? the Anns of the principal Families 
curioufly engraved on Copper P lutes, ijuith MS. Additions 7nade by the 
ResV. and le^<rned Mr, Geo. Harbin, and communicated by him to the 
Earl of Oxford, ivho caufed them to be tranfcribed into this Book^ 

«732 

1254 The Pafyme of the People : The Chronycles of dy vers Realmys, and 
moft ipecyally of the Reaime of Englond, brevely compylyd,- and 
empryntyd in Chepefyde, &cc. by John Reitall. 

This is one of the fcarcell Hiiiories we have in Print ; Anthony 
//c/(9,:i' mentions it by a L' ii'i Title, but never faw it ; and Bifliop 
Kichdljon declares he did not know where to find it : Its Title 
might conduce to its Obicurity among folid Readers j and the 
Slenderncfb of the Volume, leldom probably defended in iliiF 
Covers at its firft Appearance, to the Deuruction of the Copies. 
It begins with the carliell Times, and ends at the Death of 
Richard III. to whom, from William the Conqueror, there are 
large wooden Prints of every King at their full Length, to the 
Extent of the Page: There are other Singularities ir. the Method 
and Decoration of the preceding Part. In the Reign of Henry 
- IV, fpcaking of the valne of Money in Richard lid's 7 ime, he 
fays, in thofe Days 5 Groats made an Ounce, and now at this 
Day, 21 Henry VIII. n Groats make an Ounce; whence we 
learn it was written in 1530, and then, or the Year following, 
printed. See T. Hearne's Preface to Robert of" Gloucefter's 
Chronicle, page 33, where the great Scarcenefs of this Book, 
and particularly liie Fairnefs of the Harleian Copy, is taken 
notice of See alfo in Hearne's Caii VirJiciie Acad. Oxon. Vol. 
II. p. 803 and 804, a further and more ample Account of this 
Chronicle. 

1255 Pack's Antiquarian Ajmals of Stanford in Lincoln, Rutland, and 
Northampton Shires, ■ — — 1727 

1356 Aglaura, a Play, by Sir Charles Scdley, 1638 

1257 



Englijh Books, &c. Folio. . , 65 

I2J7 Colleflion of the Addrefles which have been prefented to the 
Queen. fince the Impeachment of the Rev. Dr. Henry Sacheverell, 

1710 

1258 Mackworth's (Sir Humph.) free Parliaments, or a Vindication of the 
fundamental Right of the Commons of England in Parliament aflem- 
bled, ■■■ ' ■ ; — ^704 

1259 Tyrrel's Bibliotheca Politica, or an Inquiry into the ancient Conftitu- 
tion of the Englilh Government, '727 

I 260 Favine's Theatre of Honour and Knighthood, tt?/^ a great number 

of Coats of /irms, ■ — — 1 623 

1261 Parkinfon's Garden of all forts of Flowers, nvith Cuts, gilt on the 

1 2(^2 Reflexions upon the Conftitution and Management of the Trade to 
Africa, 3 Parts, ' ■ ■ • 1709 

1263 Wonderful Predidions of Nollradamus, Grebner, &c. concerning 
the Grandeur of their prefent Majefties, and the Happinefs of Engl. 

1689 

1264 Tragical Hillory of Jetzer, or a faithful Narrative of the feigned 
Vifions, counterfeit Revebticn'j and falJeMir-cles of the Dominican 
Fathers, ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ 1680 

1 265 Report of the Lords Committees relating to the publick Accounts of 
the Kingdom, fo far as relates to the Accounts of the E. of Orford, 

1704 

1266 HiHorical Account of the Kings of England, from Canutus the firft 
Monarch. To which is annexed, a Colkdlion of the moft remarkable 
Paflages out of feverai Declarations, and Speeches of the King, his 
Lord Chancellor, and Keepers fince his Majefty's Rellauration. 1684 

1267 Remarks upon a late popular Piece of Nonfenfe, called Julian the 
Apoilate. ■ •> 1684 

yl268 A Letter from the Grecian CofFec-houfe, in Anfwerto the Taun- 
ton-Dean Letter ; to svhich is added, a Paper of Queries fent froln 
VVorceiler. • • 1701 

1269 Tryal of Robert Fielding, Efq; for Felony, in marrying her Grace 
the Dutchefs of Cleaveland. ^ — . 1708 

1270 Hope's compleat Horfeman, avith Cuts. «— ^717 

,1271 Crawford's Lives and Charafters of the Officers of the Crown and 

of the State in Scotland, from the Beginning of King David L to 
the Union of the two Kingdoms. ■ ■ 1 727 

1272 The original Power of the colledlive Body of the People of En-- 
gland examined and alTerted. . r70Z 

1273 Duke of Norfolk's Cafe, or the Doftrine of Perpetuities fully fet 
forth and explain'd. ■ . ' - ^ 1688 

1274 Harley's juftilication of the Proceedings of the Houfe of Commons.' 

1275 Hickes's Spirit of Popery fpeaking out of the Mouths of phana- 

tical Proteftants, or the Laft Speeches of Mr. John Kidd and Mr. 
John King, two Prelbycerian Minifters, who were executed for 
High-Treafon. ■■ ■ 1 680 

1 276 Hickes's Narrative of the Tryal of Mr. James Mitchel, a Conven- 

ticle Preacher, who was executed for the Murder of the Archbp, 
of St. Andrews. ■ . . 1681 

1277 Obligation relating to the King's Heirs and Succeffors in point of 

Confcience difcufs'd, written by Sir P. P. ■■'■ 1689 

I .1278 Hiftory 

/ 



66 Englijh Books^ ^c. Folio. 

1278 HilWy of the Life of the Duke of Efpernon, the Great Favourite 

of France. ■ — — 1670 

1279 Rawleigh's Hiftory of the World, avith his Life and Trial. 1652 

1280 Dugdale's Hillory of St. Paul's Cathedral, ivith Cuts by Hollar, 

hound in Rv.jjia Leather. ■ ' ■» 1 65 8 

1281 Enderbie's Cambria Triumphans, or Britain in its perfeil Lullre. 1661 

1282 Leycefter's Antiquities of Chefhire. ^673 

1283 L'Kftrange's Obfervator, 2 vol. ' • 1684 

1284. The Tragedies, gathered by John Bcchas, tranflated into Enghih 

by John Lidgate, Monk of Burye, black Letter. Emprynted at 
London, by 'John Wayle.nd, ivithout Date. 

1285 Puicha.s's Pilgrim and Pilgrimage, 5 vol. ' 1625 

1286 ConfcJJio Jmrjitis, that is to faye in Englyfhe, the Confeffion of the 

Lover, made and compyled by Johan Gower, Squyre, borne in 
Wales, in the Tyme of King Richard the Second ; which Book 
tretech how he was confeffyd to Genyus, Preeft of Venus, upon 
the Caufes of Love, in his five Wyttes, and feven dedely Synnes, 
.Src. with divers Hylloryes and Fables touching every Matere 
compryfed therein. At the End thus ; Emprynted at Wejimefae, 
by me Willy am Caxtcn, and fyttyjhed the zd Day of Septembre, the 
fyrji Tere of the Regne of King Richard the Thyrd, the Tere of 
our Lord n Thoifnd, CCCC. LXXXXII. which is manifeniy a 
Figure of X too much, and fhould be 1482. 

1287 The Weekly Journal, from April 9, 1715, to April 24, 1725. 
3 vol. 

12S8 Sandford's Genealogical Hifiory of the Kings of Portugal, with their 
Arms and Embhizonr, engraven in Copper Plates. 1662 

1289 Trial of Capt. Goodere, &:c. for the Murder of Sir John Dineley 

Goodere, Burt. ■ - 1741 

1290 A compl-ot Account of the Portugueze Language, being a copious 

Diftionary of Englifh with Portugueze, and Portugueze with En- 
glifh. _ 1707 

1291 Holy Bible in Englifli, according to the Tranflation that is ap- 

pointed to be read in Chuiches, with Cranmer's Preface, black 
Letter. • — — — — Printed by Richard Harrifon 1 ^tz 

1292 Burnet's Hifcory of the Reformation of the Church of England, 

J vol. ■' ' ' ■ ■ 168 r 

I 293 Cary's Chronological Account of Ancient Times, large Paper, bound 
in red Morocco, gilt on the Leases. • 1678 

I 294 A true and faithful Relation of what paffed for many Years be- 
tween Dr. John Dee, the Mathematician, and fome Spirits, tvith 
a Preface by Dr. Cafuubon. • • '^59 

1295 Thorelby's Topograpliy of the Town and P^ilh of Leed's, and 

Parts adjacent in the Welt Riding of the County of York, nvith 
Cuts. —— I ' 1 71 5 

1296 Vindication of the Rights and Prerogatives of the Houfe of Lords. 

1701 
1:97 Sir Tho. Brown's Works. ■ 1686 

1298 Trials and Condemnations of Lionel Anderfon, and other Romifh 

Prielb. ; • • ■ 1680 

1299 Proceedings againll the Earl of Shaftsbury, for High-Treafon. 1681 

1 300 The Cafe of iiir Alexander Cuming, Bart, truly flated. 173» 

. 1 301 Two 



hnglijh Books ^ tfjc. toho. 07 

/301 Two Treatifes, proving by Hiftory and Record that the Biihops are 
a fundamental and effential Part of our Englifh Parliament, and 
that they may be Judges in capital Cafes. ■ 1680 

1302 Chaucer's Works, with his Life, bL;ck Letter. • — 1687 

1303 Plutarch's Lives of the noble Grecians and Romans. 1631 

1304 Fuller's Hiftory of the Worthies of England. ■ 1662 

1305 Leybourn's Curfus Mathematicus, or Mathematical Sciences, in 9 

Books, wit/j Cuts. ■ — " • 1 690 

1306 City of London's Plea to the Quo Wr.rranto brought againft their 

charter, in Michaelmas Term, i63i. ■ • 1682 

1307 Replication to the City of London's Plea to the Quo Warranto. 

1682 

1308 Mr.'Pafchal's Letter to a Friend in the Country, ftating the Cafe 

of Mr. Parkhurli and himfelf, together u'ich the reft of the 

Commiffioners for Prizes. — ■ ■ 1701 

'1309 A Charter of Regulations granted to the Eaft-India Company, by 

King William and (^ueen Mary, dated the i ith of Novemb. 1693. 

13 10 White's Account of the Trade to the EaiMndics, together with 

the State of the prefent Company. ■ • 1691 

13 1 1 The Bntilh. Journal, or Cenfor, from the Beginning Jan. 20, 1727-8, 

to Jan. 23, I 73 I. 

1312 Tutchin's Obfervators, compleat in one Volume. • • • *703 
13 13 State Tradls, during the Reign of Kmg Charles II. 1689 

1314 Militarie Inftrudtions for the Cavalrie, according to the modern 

Wars, itvVi» Cuts. ■ ■ 1 63 2 

1315 Tryal cf Richard Hathaway for being a Cheat and Impoftor. 1702 
13 16 Articles, Depofitions, &c. of the People of New-Providence againft; 

Elias Hatkett, Governor, humbly offered to the Lords Proprie- 
tors, and the Right Honourable Commiftioners of Trade. 1702 

1317 A Rejoinder to the Reply concerning the Peerage and Jurifdidlion 

of the Lords Spiritual in Parliament. • ■ 1679 

1 3 1 8 Speech of the Lord High-Steward, upon proceeding to Judgment 

againft the Earl of Derwentwater arid other Lords. 

1 319 An A6t of the Parliament of Scotland for ereding an Eaft-India 

Company in that Kingdom. • • 1695 

1320 Proceedings againft Thomas Mc Adams, Soldier, and James Long, 

Corporal, before the High Court of Admiralty in Scotland. 1737 

1321 Authentick Copies of the Tryal of Scot and Mackpherfon, Anno 

1712. 1737 

1322 ■ — — — — — of the Tryal of William Haunt, Dragoon, An- 

no 17,1. , 1737 

1323 T-he Statutes, Laws, and Ordinances, for making the Watermen 

and Lightermen, between Gravefend and Windfor, a Society 
and Company, and for the Rule and good Government thereof. 

1324 Trial and Condemnation of Andrew Brommick and William At- 

kins, for being Romifh Priefts. - — - — '679 

1325 Proceedings upon the Bill of Divorce between the Duke of Nor- 

folk and his Dutchefs. — — . 1 700 

*I325 Biftiop cf Chefter's Cafe with relation to the Wardenftiip of Man- 

chefter. — — - — — ■ 1721 

1326 Wood's reflify'd Account of Time, by a new Luni-Solar Year, the 

true Way to number our Days. — — — — 1681 

I 2 1327 Kin- 



^3 Englijh Books, ^c. Folio, 

1327 Kindon's Method of finding the Longitude at Sea, as well as at Land. 

'7'7 

1328 General and rare Memorials pertayning to the perfeft Art ©f Na- 

vigation. 1577 

1329 The Sur-Rejoinder of Mr. Attorney-Generrl to the Rejoinder made 

in Behalf of the Charter of the City of London. — — 1682 

1330 M.ickay's True State of the Proceedings of the Prifoners in the 

Fleet-Prifon, before the Court of Common-Pleas. 1729 

1331 Pe.-ice and Union, or a Defence of Sir Humphrey Mackworth's 

Treatife on the occafional Bill. ■ 1 704 

1332 The Minutes of the Proceedings of the Parliament of Scotland, 

from 0£l. 1706, to March 26, 1707, interleaved, nuithMS. Notes. 

Edinb. 

1333 Anfwer of the Faft-Indii Comp:;ny to two Papers of Mr. Samuel 

White, addrefled to the Houfe of Commons. 

1334 Tryal of Charles Lord Mohun, before the Houfe of Peers, for the 

Murder of Mr. Wm. Mountford. ■ 1693 

133:; Burnet's Theory of the Earth. ' ■ — — 1691 

1336 Milton's Paradife Lofl, ivith Cuts. — ■ 1692 

1337 Weever's Funeral Monuments in Great-Britain and Ireland, with the 

TzhXe, larpe Paper. -— ■ 1631 

1338 White's Anlwer to the Eaft India Company. ■ i68q 

1339 The Anfwer of the Fellowihip of Merchants Adventurers of England 

to the Interloper's Reafons. 

1340 Tryal of Capt. John Porteous. • — — 1737 

1341 Articles of the Union between England and Scotland. 1705 

1342 A Report of the Committee of the York Building Company. »733 

1343 Harris's Lexicon Technicum, 2 vol. n.vith Cuts. • 1716 

1344 State Trafts in King Charles, William and Mary, and William III. 

5 vol. 1689 

1345 A Tranfcript of fome ancient Charters of King John, Hen. III. 

Edrt^d XL Edwd. III. Hen. IV. Hen. VI. and Edwd. IV. re- 
lating to the Bifhopric of Durham, with fome Extrafts out of 
Bifhop Kellace's Regifter of that See, in Manufcript. 

1346 Bedford's Hereditary Right of the Crown of England aflerted. 171 3 

1347 Marvel's Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government in England. 

1679 

1348 Mackworth's Mine Adventures. — — — 1698 

1349 Howard's Account of Moneys paid into the Exchequer, upon the 

late Million A£t for the Benefit of Survivorfhip. 1694 

1350 Hobbe'f Leviathan, be ft Edit. ^ ■■■ 1651 

13151 Kochoorn's Method of Fortification, W/-^ Gv/j. ■ 1705 

1352 Rycaut's Lives of the Popes. — . — — , — 1683 

1353 Douglas's Virgil's .(^neisjtranflited into Scottifh Verfe. Edinb. \>^\0 

1354 Grew's Rarities of Grefham College, nvith Cuts. 1681 

1355 The Watermen and Lightermen's Cafe. 

13^6 Tryal of the Revd. Mr. Francis Higging. ^^ ■ 171 2 

1357 Atkyns's Power, Jurifdiftion, and Antiquity of Parliaments. 1689 

1358 Hiftory of the Life and Tryal of Mary Queen of Scots. 1681 

1359 Reports of the five Commiffioners relating to Mr. Wiiitaker's Ac- 

count . 
.'1360 Cafe of the Earl of Stamford, relating to the Wood cut in Enfield 
Chafe, with the Plan, •— -■ ■ — 1701 

1 36 1 Beveridge's 



Englijh Books, t^c. tolio. 69 

1361 Beveridge's Works, 2 vol. • • »729 

1362 Somner's Antiquities of Canterbury, ivith Cuts. 1703 

1363 The State of the Cafe relating to fome Mannors, Lands, Tene- 

ments, and Hereditaments of Jocelin, late Earl of Northumber- 
land, now devolved to the Crown, in Mr.nufcript. 
3164 Churchill's CoUeftion of Voyages and Travels, 6 vol. nvith Cuts» 

1704 

136^ De la Quintine's compleat Gardener, <with Cuts. • '6g} 

J 366 Browne's Anatomy of the Mufcles, <iuitb fii\e Cuts. 1681 

1367 Haye's Treatife of Fluxions, or Introduftion to mathematical 

Philofophy. — ^ 1704 

1568 Maddox's Formulare Anglicanum, imth Cuts. ■ ' 1702 

1369 Carew's Rem'onftrance of the Intereited in the Ships Bona Efperanza 

and Henry Bona Adventura of London, with a Narrative of the 
Proceedings of the Cafe. ■ ■ « 1662 

1370 Moxon's PerfpeCtive made eafy, ^-vith Cuts. • 1670 

1371 Mather's (Cotton) ecclefiaftical Hiltory of New England. 1702 

1372 Spotefwood's Hiftory of the Church and State of Scotland, he^ Edit. 

1678 

1373 Townfend's Proceedings of the four laft Parliaments of Q^ Eliza- 

beth. 1680 

1374 Atkyns's Defence of the Lite Lord Ruffel's Innocency, two Parts. 

1689 

1375 Hacket's Life of Archbp. Williams. ■ ■ 1693 

1376 Holy Bible, with Common Prayer and Pfalms, double ruled luith 

red Lines, Gilt on the Leagues, and hound in blue Morocco, printed at 

Cambridge by Buck 1629 

1377 Segar's Honour, military and civil, in four Books, luith Cuts, gilt 

on the Leaves. ■ ■ ' 1602 

1378 Milton's compleat Colleftion of hiftorical, political, and mifcella- 

neous Works, 2 vol. — — — -~— i^j^g 

1379 Turner's Herbal, 4 Parts, ivith Cuts. •— — imprinted at Collen i^6S 
)38o Stillingfleet's Account of the Grounds of Natural and Revealed 

Religion. — _^— ■ — — 1 709 

1 381 Machiavel's Works. " ■ 1695 

j3?2 Articles of Traders in Penfilvania. -'■'■ ■ 168» 

1385 Kettlewell's Works, 2 vol. ■ ■ ■ ■ 17 19 

1 3 84 Syr Froiflart's Cronycles. printed by Rychard Pynfon, -very fair, 

black Letter. - ■ — — *52C 

1385 Cabala, five Scrinia Sacra, or Myfteries of State and Government. 

bejl Edit. I . 1 69 1 

1386 Plot's Natural Hiftory of Oxfordfliire, -with Cuts, bejl Edit. Oxford 

«705 

1387 Mezeray's general chronological Hiftory of France. 1683 
»388 Holy Bible, printed by Nicholas Hill, for Tho. Pytyt in St. Paul's 

Church-Yard. * > « • — — 1 55 1 

1389 Rycaut's Hiftory of the Turkifti Empire, from the Year 1623 to 

the Year 1677. ■ . 1680 

1390 Taylor's Chriftian Law, the great Rule of Confcience, hound in 

blue Turkey, gilt on the Leaves. ■ . 1 1 1 660 

1391 Dupin's Ecclefiaftical Hiftory, fixteen Cent, compleat, 7 vols. Lond. 

1696 

1392 Spenfer's Works, and Life, befi Edit. ..> — . 2679 

1393 Taylor's 



7© Engiijb Books^ Isfc^. l-olio. 

1393 Taylor's Life of Chrift, ivith fine Cuts, bound in red Turkey, avd gilt 
on the Lerf'ues. - — — . . . 1 65 7 

394 Tyrrell's General Hiftory of England, 5 vol. . 1697 

395 Digge's Compleat Ambaflador. • 1655 

396 Narrative of feveral Adions at Law, depending in the Courts of 

Juftice in Holland. ■■ ■■ 1676 

397 Ruftworth's Hillorical Colleftions, 8 vol. — ___ 1721 

398 The fame, the fir Jl Edit. 8 vol. 1682 

399 The Cafe of the Earl of Argyle, or an Account of his Tryal, 

Efcape, and Sentence. • — — — 1683 

400 An Account of the Proceedings of the Houfe of Peers, upon the 

Obfervations for taking, examining, and ftating the public Ac- 
counts of this Kingdom, ■' ■ 1702 

401 The original Spedlators, 2 vol. 

5 Report of the Committee appointed to enquire into the State 
\ of the Goals of this Kingdom. • 1722 

403 The Northern Star, the Britifli Monarchy. ■ \(>%o 

404 The Tryal of George Earl Wintoun. ■ — — * 1716 

405 Obfervations of Sir W;ilter Raleigh, relating to Trade, Commerce, 

and Coin. ' — — 1696 

406 A Letter relating to the Enquiry concerning Lord Wenman. 1719 

407 Votes of the Commons of Ireland for 1729, with the Stste of the 

Goals of that Kingdom. • Z)«^. 1729 

408 The Cafe of Richard Noble, who was executed for the Murder 

of John Sayer. « — ______ 17,3 

409 Mercator, or Commerce retriev'd. 

410 Weflfy's Life of Chrift, nvith fine Cuts. 1693 

411 Mackenzie's Laws and Culloms of Nations as to Precedency, with 

Scotland's Herauldrie, <vi-ith Cuts. Edinh. 1680 

412 Sidney on Governrtient, beft Edit. • . 17O0 

j The Cafe of Sir Alexander Rigby, William Shepherd, and Wil- 

'■'^ I liam Plowman. — — ■' 1701 

414 Proceedings of the Houfe of Peers in relation to the Lords im- 

peached or charged. ■ 1701 

415 The Cafe of Mr. Jeronimy CiifFord, Merchant and Planter of Suri- 

nam. 
4? 6 Tryal at Chelmne^fbid Affizes, betwi.vt Hen. Bifhop of London, 

andEdm. Hickeringili, Ra^oi- of--'f.'75«/;//j, Colcheller, Defendant. 

1(^82 
417 Tryal of Liurence Braddon, and Hugh Speke ^ 1684 

4r8 Aft for a Company trading to Africa and the Eaft-Indies. 

419 Copy of a Paper delivered upon the Scaffold on Tower Hill, on 

Friday Dec. 7th. 1683. by Algernon Sidney, Lfq; before his Exe- 
cution there. 

420 Caffandra, a Romance. •«- — — • i6-6 

421 Stiilingfleet's Works, 6 vol. I'ery ne^t. ■ ' 1710 

422 Newcourt's eccjefiaflical parochial Hiftory of the Dioceie of Lon- 

don, z vol. nvith Cuts. ■ ' ' — — 1708 

423 Bacon's (Sir Francis) Works, 4 vol. ■ — — . i "40 
4x4 Grew's Cofmclogia Sacra, or a Difcourfe of the Univerfe, as it is 

the Creature and Kingdom of God. ■ 17 10 

4e{; Tryal of William Vifcount Stafford, for High Treafon. 1680 

4,26 Defence of the Legiflative Conftitution of Penfylvania. 

2 1427 Report 



Englijh Books^ (^c. Folio. 71 

1427 Report of [ri(h Forfeitures, &c. ■ 1700 

1428 Tryal of Peter Cooke, for High-Treafon. ■ ' ■ 1696 
1^29 Father Paul's Hiftory of the Council of Trent, iejl Edit. 16-6 
1430 Bofboom's Defcription of the iive Orders of Columns of Architec- 
ture. . ■ 1676 

143! Hillory of Appian of Alexandria. ' — — 170^ 

• 1432 Evelyn's Diicourfe of Medals, ancient and modern, imth Cuts, 1697 

1433 Simpfon Chely's Art of Phiying ex tempore, upon a Groand, in 3 

Parts. ^ 1667 

1434 Morgan's Sphere of Gentry, deduc'd from the Principles of Nature, 

'vjith Cuts. ■ I ■ 1 66 c 

1435 Harrington's Oceana, and other Works. — 1737 

436 Tiie St. James's Evening Fofts, from the firft Publication 1716, to 

K,ay 13, 1735, 16 vol. 

1437 Methods and Arts to retrench the French Potency by Sea and La".d, 

ar.d to confine that Monarch within his ancient Dominions and 
Territories. — — — — ■ 1681 

1438 Hayes's Tables for calling up Bills of Exchange. 1676 
1.139 "^^^ Cafe of the Owners of the John Galley, and her Prize. 1704 

1440 Lydgate's Hillorie and Chronicle of the Warres between the Gre- 

cians and Trogans, Hack Letter. printed by Marjh 1 5 55 

1 441 Sandy's Ovid's Metamorphofis, -with Cuts. . 1630 

1442 Holy Bible, tranflated by Thomas Matthews, black Letter, printed 

by Tho. Reynolds and William Hill. ■ '54-9 

1443 Tryal of George Borosky, alias Borotzi, for the Murder of Tho, 

Thynn, &c. Efq; two Parts, ' '■ ■ « " 1682 

1444 Heskin's Parliament of Chrift, upon the Matter of the bleffed Sa- 

crament. . ' Bruxelles \:^6^ 

1445 Ravenhill's Cafe of the Company of Grocers. « 1686 

1446 London's Liberties, or learned Argument of Law and Reafon. 1682 
»447 City of London's Rejoinder to Mr. Attorney General's Replication, 

in the Quo Warranto brought by him againft their Charter. 1682 

1448 Reports of a Committee of Aldermen, in Affirmance of the Right 

of the Mayor and Aldermen, to put a Negative to Bills, or Ads, 
depending in the Common Council of London. — 1724 

1449 The Rights of the Commons of the City of London, in their com- 

mon Hall afTembled, particularly in the Choice and Difcharge of 

their Sheriffs. • - 169c 

1 4 JO Opinions of Juftice Hales, Juftice Wild, Ihd Serjeant Maynard, 
about the Eledion of Mayor, Sheriffs, Aldermen, and Common- 
Council-Men of London, concerning their Charter, and the For- 
feiture of it, ■' II I ■ ,5g2 

1451 Cafe of the Charter of London ftated. . 1633 

1 45 2 ./Elian's Tadicks, engliihed by Bingham. . . 161 6 

1453 The Tryal of Henry Baron De la Mere, for High-Treafon. 1691 

1454 • — ■ • . Pilkingcon, and others. . .. 1683 

145 s Journal of the Votes and Proceedings of the Province of Penfyl- 

vania. 1724 

1456 Haines's New Way of improving Cyder, or making Cyder Royal. 

1684 

1457 Catalogues of all the Juftices of Peace. 1680 

1458 Narrative of Affairs received from tiie Ifland of Jamaica. i63t 

1459 Robert Ion's 



72 Englijh Booh^ ^c. Folio. 

1459 Robertfon's Expofition of the Revelation of St. John the Apoftle, 

boundin blue 'Tuihe ; , luith f/i:all Tools on the Sides, uv.d gilt on the 
Leagues. - '■ '- ■ ■■■ Edinburgh 1730 

1460 Philip's Hiftory of Don Quixote, 'u;/>>5' Cuts. -■ 1687 

1461 The Tryal of John Hampden, Eiq; ■ 1684 

1462 ■■ --■ Algernon Sidney, Efq; 1 684 

1463 The London Evening Foil, fiom Jan. 27, 1728, to Jan. 22, 1740. 

1 1 vol. 

1464 The Tr)Ml between Thomas Neale and the Lady Theodofia Juy, 

4th of June, 1684, before Lord Jeffreys. ~—— 1696 

1465 The Hiftory of the Succelhon, colledcd out of the Records. 

1466 A^ichelburne's Hiilory of the biege of Londonderr)-, together with 

the Troubles of the North, 2 Parts, large Paper, -xiith Cuts. 1 707 

1467 Tr)'al of Capt. Tho. Vciughp.n. ■■ — 1697 

1468 Monfon's Account of the Wars with Spain in the Reign of Q^ Eli- 

zabeth. — — — - — i68z 

1469 Tavernier's Voyages and Travels through Turkey, into Periia and 

the Eaft-Indies, with a new Relation of the Grand Seignor's Se- 
raglio, n.vith Cuts. ' 1678 

-1470 The fecret Arts of the Jefuits. 1683 

1471 The Tryal of Hickeringill. • • — — 1681 

1472 Remarks on the Birth-Day of King JumesIL • 1687 

1473 The Tryal of Philip Stand:field. of New-iVIilnes, for the Murder of 

his Father, Sir James Scandsfield. • 1687 

1474 The Tryal of the Earl of Shaft/bury. • 1681 
'475 ■ Richard Nathaway, for being a Cheat and Impoflor. 

1476 A Letter, lliewing that Eilhops may be Judges in Caufes capital. 

1680 

1477 Tryal of Lord Mohun. • 1693 

1478 An Abftraft of the Duke of Ormond's Inflruftions, and of the Let- 

ters by him received from and fent to the Secretary of State, and 
alfo of the feveral Letters inclofed therein. Anno 171 2. a Manw 
/cript, fairly ivrcte. 
14-9 Pradices ar.d Tranfaftions of the Englilh Nation, Anno 1640, 1641. 
as alfo 1680, 168 1. 

1480 Proceedings of the Parliament relating to the Popifh Plot. 1679 

1481 Obfervations of Days lucky and unlucky. ■ 1 686 

1482 Atkyns on Eledion of Members. ■ — — 1689 

1483 Vindication of the King's fovereign Rights. ■ 1683 

1484 Roberts's Merchant's Map of Commerce, bound in RuJJia Leather ^ 
gilt on the Leai:es. ■ ■ ■ 1 671 

14B5 Veryard's Travels through Europe and the Levant, ifjith Cuts, lyoi 

1 486 Fr) er's Travels to the Eaft-Indies and Perfia, ivith Cuts. 1 698 

1487 Hiilory of tlie Succeffion of the Crown of England, two Parts. 1681 
r Narrative of the two Houfes of Commons touching the Trials 
\ of the Lords in the Tower. 

J 48 3 «I Chancellor Nottingham's Arguments upon which he made the 
I Decree in the Caufe between the Hon. Charles Howard, Efq; 
[_ Plaintiff, and Hen. D. of Norfolk, &c. Defendants. 1685 

1489 A Plea for Succefiion, in Oppofition to popular Exclufion. 1682 

1490 Brown's Travels in uivers i'arts of Europe, &'C. ilv/A Cuts. 1685 

1591 Treatifes 



Englijh Books, isc. Folio. 7g 

1491 Treatifes proving that Bi(hops are a fundamental and eflential Part 

of our Englifh Parliament, and that they may be Judges in capi- 
tal Cafes. ' ■ 1 680 

1492 The Lord Mayor's Right of elefting a Sheriff afferted, againft all 

Pretenfions of a popular Faftion. 

1 493 The King's Prerogative, and Subjeds Privileges alTerted, according 

to Law and Reafon. 

1 494 TheTryal between Henry Duke of Norfolk, Plaintiff, and John Jer- 

maine. Defendant. ■ ■ 1692 

149; Spon's Hiftory of the City and State of Geneva, with Cuts. 1687 

1496 Thucydides Hiftory of the War between the Athenians and Pelo- 

ponnefians, tranflated by Nicholls, bLck Letter. • »550 

1497 Vindication of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York. 

1498 Herbert's Travels into Perfia and the Eaft-Indies, ivith Cuts, bejt 

Edit. (677 

1499 Lindfey's Kiftory of Scotland, from the 21ft of February, 1456,10 

March 1565 ; to which is added, a Continuation till 1604. Edinb. 

1728 

1500 Tryal of Nicholas Bayard, Efq; ■ - 1703 

1 501 A new Model of a Marine Eftablilhrnent for raifing Seamen. 1705 
150Z Sandy's Travels, ivith Cuts, heji Edit. 1673 

1503 Burchett's Hiftory of the moft remarkable Tranfaftions at Sea, '■a-// 5- 

Maps and Cuts. ■ ■ ■■ ■ I72O 

1504 A Colledion of curious Antiquities relating to the City of York, 

in Manufcript, containing the Tranfcripts of many ancint Records 
. concerning the Foundation, Limits, Orders, Privileges, &c. of that 
City. 

1505 Vindication of the Rights of the Commons of England. 1701 

1506 Fuller's Horfe-Hoing Huftjandry, 3 Parts, nvit/j Cuts. 1733 
ijQ7 Tryal of-Elizabeth Cellier, for writing, printing, and publifhing a 

Libel, call'd Malice defeated. — ' ■ 1680 

1 508 The Rights and Privileges of the City of London. ■ 1682 

1509 Atwood's fundamental Conftitutions of Englifli Government, 2 Partf. 

1690 

1510 Filmer's Power of Kings, and in particular of the King of Eng- 

land. ' 1680 

1511 Carew's Life and Death of Sir William Courten, and Sir Paul Pindar, 

Knights. ■ ■ 163 1 

15 1 2 A Narrative of the State of New England, being a continued Ac- 
count of the bloody Indian War. • 1676 

1513 A Vindication of the Rights and Prerogatives of the Houfe of 

Lords. — 1 70 1 

1 5 14 Tryal of Philip Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, before the Peers 

in Weftminfter-Hall, for the Murder of Mr. Cony. 1679 

1515 Copies of Papers written by King Charles li. and Dutchcfs of 

York. 1686 

1516 Kerfey's Algebra complera, 2 vol. ■ 1673 

1517 Tryal of Henry Baron Dekmere, for High-Treaibn. i6i6 
J 5 18 Laft Speeches of John Kid, and John King, two Prefbyterian M> 

nilJer?, who were executed at EJiiiburgh, Auguft 14, 1679, for 
High-Treafon ; with the Hiftory of the Archbifhcp of St. An- 
drews's Murder. — ^ ^ - 16 So 

K 1519 



74 Eti^lijh Books, ^c. Folio. 

1519 CoMcflion cf all Meflages and AddrefTes from the Houfe of Coni- 
inonrio hi? Majefty, and his Majelly's gracious Anfwers. 16 So 

ijio Mj^v^l's Growth of , Popery, and Arbitrary Government in England. 

',, r. ..-. . -. . :-:--f ^ ^ ^ .,679 

1521 Ch ractcr of an ill Coart-Favcurite, reprefenthig the Mifchiefs that 
fi'jw from Minillers of State, when they are more great than good. 

1681 

15:2 Ward'5 Animadverfions of War, or a Military Magazine of the 
triieft Rules and abletl Ir.Rrudions for the managing of War, 
'■juithCuts. ' — — — — — — . 163^ 

1523 Gower'i De ConfefSone Amantis. rnp-wfeci by'Tho. Barthelotte \^iz 

15-^4 Weighty Coniiderations relating to the Duke of York, or Succef- 
for to the Crovvn. ' -1680 

152^ Oldner's invention to prtferve Ships from foundering or finking at 
Sea. ' — ^-:. ■ 1698 

1526 Hooke's'Micogrnphia, or Befcriptions of minute Bodies made by 
magnifving GhiTes, i:it-h Cuts. ^ — ■-'— . ■ — — 1667" 

f ;27 Turner's I\e\v Herbal, ^.■:::k Cuts, black Letter. ■ 1551 

1528 Fox's Acts and MonuTnentj of Matters moft fpecial and memorable 
happening in the Chnrch, with an Univerfal Mitloiy of the fame, 
2 vol. the f.rji Edition, blmck Letter, i>:ith Cuts, bound in Rujjia 
Leather. 

»529 The Revenue? of the Principalitj' of Wales, of the Duchy of Corn- 
wall, and Earldom of Chefter, uith the State of them, as well 
ancient as modern, by Sir John Dodrige, in Manufcript: 

1550 Cooke's Speeches that have been made by the King, his L. Chan- 

cellors and iveepers, and Speakers of the Houfe of Commons in 
Parliament. ■ ■ — 1681 

1551 Trja! between Sir William Pritchard, Plaintiff; and Tho. Papillon, 

Efq; Defendant, ■ ' ' ' 1689 

1532 Harley's Juftific?.tion of the Houfe of Commons! ' 170X 

15:33 Atkyn's Power of difpenfing with Penal Statutes. 

1534 Remarkable Paradoxes, that the World ivas created in an Injiant^ 

end thct the World at the Lafi De.y Jhall not tntirely be confumedby 
Fire. 1^ i68t 

1535 Dryden'? Poem on the Birth of the Prince. 1688 

1536 Cowky'5 (Abraham) Works. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 1678 

1^37 Halfp^nny'r Art of fo'jnd Building, «:v//>& C?//.c. . r— • -1725 

'33'^ Venn's nvjitary and maritime Difcipline, 3 Books, 'with Cuts. 
15359 Norwich Gazette, or the Loyal Packet, from Auguft 22, 1713, to 

March rQ, 171 5. - 
1540 Article?, Dcfofitions, &c. of the People of New Providence, in an 

AfTembly held at Naffau, October the 5th. 1701, againft EHjs 

Hiiikett, (jovernor. • - 
\\.\\ Remarkable Prediftiors of Noftredamus. 
154^ Coxes'? Hiliory of Ireland, from the Conqueft thereof by the 

Kngliln to this prefent Time, 2 Parts. ■ 1689 

f^4^/, Pjtfici'd'i Natural Hiftory of Animals, n>:ith Cuts. 1688 

I J44 Proceedings at the Chartfr-houfc, upon Occnfion of King James IJ. 

prcfenting a Papilt to be admirted into that Hofpital. 16S9 

ijij R;-.nncv.''s Account concerning the Saint» Glory after the Rcfurrec- 

tiorr, to be i<pon the old tartli and the new, 'ivith Cuts, ■ 

] 



Englijh Bocks ^ i3c. Folio. ;?5 

1546 The Cafe and Proceedings in relation to Bridget Reading an Heirefs. 

1730 
1^47 Confiderations upon the Management of the Bank of England. 
1548 A trewe Defcription of the nobiU Race of the Stewards foccedinge 
lineallie to the Crov.n of Scotland uiuo this Dny, with ih.iir li\ velis 
Portraturs, declaring exaalie what T}'me thay b::gan to reigne, hew 
hnge thay reigned, and of what Qualeties thay were. Printed in 
A.nfterdutn at the Expenlis of Jndre-^ He:7t, cam Frz'vilfgio Regite 

M'je/atis I 01 
In this very fcarce Book there are the Effigies, printed from Cop- 
per Plates of ten of the Roval Family of the Ste-jur.rts, frcm 
Robert II. who was the firft King of that Name, down to Kiug 
"James Vl. and his Q^een Anne, every one m a Page, with their 
brief Hillorj' printed at the Bottom : With this Book of thofe 
Kings ot Scotl.ifz.i is bound up a Minufcript of ihe Arms of the 
Nobilit)' and Gentry of ScotLifui, ticked out with a Pen, with 
their Names "written over their refpective Coats, and an In- 
dex, kc. 

1549 Sibbald's Hiftory of the SheriiFdoms of Fife and Kinrnf-, with the 

Defcription of both, and of the Firths of Forth aud Tay. and the 
Idands in them. ' Edrab. \-^\o 

1 550 Ceremonies and Services ufed in Weftminfier Abbey at the Coronat:o:i 

of K.. James and hi; Qaeen. — ■ i6Sj 

551 Gate s Merchandife of the Whore of Rome. ■ '674 

552 Account of the Tranfaftions of Mr. Wm. Paterfon in relation to th- 

Bank of England and the Orphan Fund. ■ • '^P^ 

553 A Lift of the Subfcribers to the Company of Scotland trading to 

Africa and the Indies. 
354 An Ellay for erecting a national Eaft India Joint Stock or Company. 

iGgi 

555 Ote's Witch of Endor, or the Witchcraft of the Roman Jefabel. 

556 Tryal of George Bulby for High Treafon. • i63r 

557 Hickeringill's Tryal of Spiritual Courts. i6j^3 

558 Bedloe's falie Relique, a Tragedy. . 1679 

5:; 9 The inlinuating Bawd, n.vr:te by a Whore r4 Tuuhridgf- 

560 Manley's Hiftory of the late Warres in Derunark. bound in vd M:- 

rocco, gilt Gil tee Lec-ces. • ■ • 1 670 

561 Cleopatra, a Romance, in 12 Parts, comp. ■ • 16S7 

562 The Papilb bloody Oath of Secrecy. ■ • ■ i68d 

563 Account of the E.late of Sir Martin Noeli. ■ 16-7 

;6^ The Dutch Fortune-Teiler, i-yubCuts. < ^677 

565 An Anfwer to Mr. f itz-Gerald's State of the Lafe cor.cerning the 

making of Salt-water frelli, -■ ' - - 1695 

566 Dugdale's Narrative of the Cruelties of the bloody jnquiiition. 

loio 

567 The Dyalogue of Dives Pauper, that is to fay, the Rich and the 

Poor, fructuouily tretyng upon the X Commandment;. E?npru}:.'jd 

by R:cb. P\rt':n IJ93 

The ftrange Story which Mr. Hearne, in his 3d Vol. of W. Ncv. - 

berry's Hiftory, quotes out of this Dialogue, about King nenrv 

Ild. vihticg Fair Roj'av.iJiS^ Tomb, out-cf curloliry, to bri -. ;J 

K 2 i'i; 



7^ Englijh Books y i^c. Folio. 

her Corpfe, and feeing a Toad on her Bread, an Adder round 
her Waifte, and what a loathfome Spedacle fhe otherwife was, 
is to be found in the Expofition upon the Jixth Precept or Com- 
mandment, Chapter 14th, under the Title of. Divers Remediet 
agens Lechery. 

1568 Reafons offered againft Grafting or Splicing, and for diffolving. this 

prefent Eaft India Comp. 

1569 A Looking-Glafs for Merchants and Planters that are concerned in 

the American Plantations. • ■ 1682 

1570 Minutes of the Lords Commiflioners for the Union. - I706 

1571 Trial of the Lord Cornwallis. 1679 

1572 Bruce's Decifion of the Lords of Council and Seffion in moft Cafes 

of Importance, with the Afts of Sederunt made in that Time, 

Edinb. 1720 

1573 A Satyr againft Marriage. ■■ ■ ■■ 1700 

1574 Wonderful Prcdiftions of Noftredamus. - 1689 

1575 The Evidence given at the Bar of the Houfe of Commons on the 

Complaint of Sir John Pakington againft William Lord Bifhop of 
W'orcefter, and Lloyd his Son. 

1576 Wingate's Confiderations touching the Excife of native and foreign 

Commodities. 
1:77 The Clergy vindicated, or the Rights and Privileges that belong to 

them afTerted. •' ' 1679 

ijiyS Argument of the Lord Jeffreys on the Cafe of Monopolies, between 

the Eall India Company, plaintiff, and Tho. Sandys, Defendant. 

1689 
1579 Proceedings of the H. of Peers in rel ition to the Lords impeached or 

charged. — — — — ■ ■ 1701 

15 So Proceedings of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal againll a Pamphlet 

iiititled, Tom Double. 

1581 Votes and Orders made by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal relating 

to Wm. Fuller, and the Books publifhed by him. ■ 1701 

1582 Cambridge Cafe of the Proceedings againtl the Vice-Chancellor and 

Delegates of that Univerfity, for refufmg to admit Alban Francis, a 
Benedidline Monk, to the Degree of Mafter of Arts without taking 

the Oaths. ■ 1689 

f Turner's new Kerbal, ivith Cuts, black Letter. > ■ 155 i 

1383 s The great Herbal, newly corredicd, bUck Letter. Printed by T. 

(^ Gibfon 1537 

1584 Duwd.ile's View of the late Troubles of England. Oxf. 1681 

j;;8i; VValcot's Art of making Salt-water frefh. 1697 

1586 The Defence of Peace tranflated from the Latin into Englifh, black 

Letter. . ■ P/jKted by Robert Hyer i^^^ 

1587 The Myrrour of the b'efiyedLyf of Jhefj Cryit. Emprynted by R. 

Pyji/o)!, ^without Date. 
In the Prohem we nre informed, that at the Jnftance of fome 
devout Soul?, is this Day drawynge out of the forfiyde Book, 
{Ban'i'vcr.turcf> Life of Chriti) in EngUJhe, wyth more put to it in 
certeyne Parcyes ; and alfo with drawynge of divers Auftorytees 
and M:;tcrs, as it fer.ieth to the Wryter herof moft fpede- 
fulle, ?K.z. 

Alfo for becaufe it (the Life of Jefus Chrift) my hat be fully de- 
fcryved, as the Lyvcs of other Sayntes, but in a Manner of 

Lukenefsy 



Englijh BookSy l^c. Folio. *>7 

Lukenefs, as the Ymage Mannys Face is (hewed in the Myr- 
rours ; therefore, as for a partenent Name to this Book, it may 
skylfully be deped. The Myrroure of the hleffyed Lyf of Jhejk 
Cryji, 

1588 Honours Academic, or the famous Paftorall of the fair Shephear- 

deffe Juliella, done into Englifh by R. Toftes. ■ » i6io 

1589 Wilkin's real Charatfter and a Philofophical Language. 166S 

1 590 Proceedings of the Commons with relation to the impeached Lordsi 

1701 

1 59 1 Triumphs of Juftice over unjuft Judges. ■ . i68i 

I59Z Tryal and Doom of Forfaulture againft Robert Baillic of Jervif- 

wood. Traitor. - — - ' ■ • EMnb. 1685 

1593 Narrative of Col. Tho. Blood, concerning the Defign laid againft 

the Life of his Grace George Duke of Buckingham, wherein C. 
Blood and others are charged to have confpired to fwear Buggery 
agaiift the faid Duke. •■ ' - ' ' . • ■ ■ 1680 

1594 Tryal of Spencer Cooper, &c. for the Murder of Sarah Stojt, a 

Quaker. ' 1699 

1 59 J Holy Bible, black Letter. Printed hy John Daye i^:;^i , 

This has the Prologues, without which no Bible would at this time 
have been well received ; fome of the Notes of Matthezv's Biblfc 
are retain'd, others are omitted, and many Alteratisns are made, 
probably by Edmund Beck, who wrote the Supputation of Time 
from ^dam to the Year of the Impreffion. 

1596 Baron Atkyns's Speech to Sir Wm. Alhurft. ■ ■ ■ 1695 

1597 Common Prayer in the Welch Language, black Letter. London 

1664 
In the Beginning of this Book is wrote as follows, viz. Memoran- 
dum, that Peter Bodvel, the Undertaker of this Book, was a 
Prejbyferian Bookfeller at Chejier, and bragged, comparing the 
King to an Owl, the Royal Family to Cranes, and the Clergy 
and their Followers to Apes, by the Capitals in the Morning and 
Evening Service, at the Beginning of thefe Prayers. 
H98 A Journey to Hell, or a Vifit paid to the Devil. ■ '■ 1700 

1599 Mendez Pintos Voyages and Travels for the Space of one and twenty 

Years. — — — . 1692 

1600 A Scheme or Model for erefting and eftablilTiing a new national Eaft 

India Joint-Stock or Company, more general and enlarged, for the 
reftoring and better carrying on that important Trade, a MSS. fairly 
'wrote. 

1601 Allegations of the Turky Coirp. and others, againft the Eaft India 

Com p. 

1602 Policronicon. — Imprinted at Southwarke by Pt'/ifr TrM^mj 1 527 

1603 ConfeiTion and Narrative of James Holloway. 

1604 The Caunterbury Tales, black Letter, nvithout Date. 

1 605 The Prophecies or Prognoftications of Alichael Noltradamus Phyfician 

to Hen. IL &c. » — — .—— ■' 1672 

1606 Nic. Tartaglia's Colloquies concerning the Art of Shooting in great 

and fmali Pieces cf Artillery, tranflated out of Italian by Cyprian 
L'lcan, nuith Cuts. - • — — 1588 

1607 Tryal of Henry Harrifon for the Murder of Andrew Clenche. 

1692 

i6o3 



7? Engtijh Books, {ifr. Folio. 

608 Common Prayer, black Letter, inter lea'ved ^ith large MS. Notes. 

Printed by Barker 1 6 1 7 

609 Turner's Defence of the Hofpitaller of St. Thomas Southwark, &c. 

1689 

610 General Inftruftions to be obferved by his Rlajefly's Officers amd 

Seamen on board his Ships. 
6ti Stranguage's Hiftory of the Life and Death of Mary Q^ of Scotland 

1624 

612 The Jefuits Gofpel according to St. Ignatius Lojola. — — 1679 

613 The London Evening-Polt, from Jan. 27, 1728, to Jan. 29, 1740, 

I r vols. 

614 Holy Bible, double ruled, gilt Lean^es, bound in Turky, with Service 

and Pfalms. • Imprinted at Cambridge by jfno. Buck 1629 

615 Bifhops in England may and ought to vote in Cafes of Blood. 

1680 

616 Tiyal of Roger Earl of Caftlemaine for High Treafon. 1681 

617 Hiilory of the Succeffions of the Kings of England, 1682 

618 Holy Bible, dedicated to Edward VI, n.vitb Cuts, black Letter. Prin- 

ted by John Day in Alderfgate, and Wm. Seres in Peter's College 

»S49 

619 The LiifF of that gloryous Vyrgyn and Martyr of Saynt Katheryn 

ot Sene, with the Revelacions of St. Elyfabeth the Kynges Dough- 
ter of Hungarye. Emprinted at Wejiemyjler by Wytikyn de Worde, 

Without Date 

620 Tryal of the feven Bilhops. . ■ 1689 

621 — — of John Giles for an Attempt to affaffinate and murder John 

Arnold, Efq; ■ ■■ .. 1681 

622 Account of the injurious Proceedings of Sir George Jeffreys, Knt. 

againft Francis Smith Bookfeller. 

623 Murphy's Condition of the Province of Ulfter. ■ ■» 1681 

624 Obfervations upon the late Tryals of Sir George Wakeman, Corker, 

and Marfliall, &c. hyTom Jicklefoot, theTaborer. 1679 

625 Tryal of John Quelch, and others of his Company, for Piracies, 

Robberies, &c. on the Subjeds of the Xing of Portugal, on the 
Coaft of Brafil. • ■ . 1705 

626 Joyful News of opening the Exchequer to the Goldfmiths of Lom- 

bard Street, and their Creditors. • ■ 1677 

627 A Friend to Casfar, or a Propofition for the fpeedy and eafy Payment 

of his Majefty'b Treafure. —. 1681 

628 The Book of Good Manners tranflated from the French. Printed by 

IV. Caxton 1487 
639 New TeHament corredled by William Tyndale, vv'ith his ;Preface. 

'536 

630 Pillar of Gratitude, dedicated to the Glory of God, the Honour 

of his Majelly, the Renown of this prefcnt legal, loyal, full, and 

free Parliament. 

63.1 Philipott Villare Cantianum, or Kent furveyed and illuftrated, fme 

632 St. Dominick and his Rofary, or a full Difcovery of all the Cheats 

and i'fjrgeries impos'd by him on the People. ' > ■ 16S1 

6;, 3 Ciawibrd's Genealogical tiillory of the Royal Family of the .Stewarts. 

Edinb. 1710 

1634 



Englijh Books, ^c. Folio. 7^ 

1654 Wemoriais of the Controverfie with the Wood-mongers, or Traders' 

in Fuel. — — . ■ ■ 1 ■ > 1680 

i6j5 Kail's Chronicle of the Kings of England, from Henry IV. to Henry 

!■ z vols, 'very fair, m ., . ■ •■ 'S5'' 

r6^36 ^fearius's Voyages and Travels, containing a compleat Hillory of 

Mufcovy, Tartary, Perfia, &c. nvith Cuts. • 1662 

1637 The Union of Honour, containing the Arms, Matches, and IlTues 

of the Kings, Duke?, Marqueffes and Earls of England, of.-itb the 

Amies coloured finely, by fames York, - ■ 164.0 

1633 Legenda Jurea, that is to fay in Englifh, the Golden Legende, for 

lyke as Gold pafleth all other Metalles, fo this Boke exceedcth all 

other Bokes, k/lack Letter. Imprinted at London hy Wynkyn ds Ji'crJe 

1527 

1639 Poljch-onicon, tranflated from the Latin of Ranalphus Hvgden Monk, 

of Chefter, by Sir Johan Trevifa, Chapelayne unto Lord Tho of 

Barkley, and dedicated to him j hound in red Morocco, in 2 'vols. 

ornamented 'with Gold, a moji beautiful, fair Copy, the firfi Edition. 

^•"i| "■- ' PrintedhylV.Cuxton Idfiz 

^rd^.'o Tryal and Condemnation of David Lindfay, a Scotch Gentleman. 

iqaJA ■;<! 1704. 

ci.'6^i . Account of all Difburfements, and Remainder of the Monies colleded 

V'^' in England, Wales and Ireland, for the Relief of the poor, diftrefTed 

Proteltants in the Vallies of Piedmont, &c. ■ 1658 

1642 The Way to liive England, not only now, but in future Ages. 

■ 1681 

1643 ^ Letter from Dr. Burnet to the Earl of Rochefler, as he lay on his 

Death Bed. — . — ^ 1680 

164.4 Tryal of Mr. Francis Johnfon a Francifcan, at Worcefter. ^679 

-V645 ■ of Mr. David Lewis, Prieft of the Society of Jefus, with he 
«\ ,,■'■.. Speech at the Place of Execution. — -- — — 1679 

1646 Remarkes on the Life and Death of the fam'd Mr. Blood. 16S0 

1647 Great Queftions determined by the Principles of Reafon and Divi- 

"''■'• nity. ■ ' 1 681 

<648 Tryal and Condemnation of And. Bromwick and Wni. Atkins, for 

being Romiih Priefts. • • »•- '679 

1649 Proceedings of the Meeting of the Eftates in Scotland, with the Let- 

ters of K. William and K. James. - ■ ' ■ ' '- 16S9 

1 650 The Rubricies, or the Mirror of the World,, tranflated ow^ of French 

into Englilh by 7ne fimple Perfon William Caxton, at the Requeft, 
Defire, Coile, and Diipence of the Honourable and Worftiipfu! 
Mailer Hugh Bryce, Alderman and Cytezen of London, imthoiit 

Date, 

1651 Delia Valle's Travels, defcribing the Eaft Indies. 

1652 Norton's Gunner, Ihewing the whole Pradife of Artillery, with ail 

the Appurtenances thereunto belonging, together with the making 
of extraordinaire artificial Fire-nxjorks, as well for Pleafure and 
Triumphes, as for Warr and Service, i.vith Cuts. — — 1628 

i6j3 W. Segar's Norrpy of Honour Militarie and Civil, containing five 
Parts, qj.'ith Cuts finely coloured. 

1654 Hume's Hiftory of the Houie of Douglas and Angas. Edir.burgb 

1644 



16:5 



go EngUJh Books ^ t^c. Folio. 

1655 Hiftory of the Lif^ and Death of the Aft made the 35th of Elie. 
ch. I. intituled, an Aft to retain the Queen's Majefty's Subjed\s in 
their due Obedience, with a Juflification of the faid Hiftory, 2 Parts. 

1681 
i5j6 Eliot's Bibliotheca, or Englifli and Latin Diftionary. Printed by Ber- 

thelet 1559 

1657 The Goldfmiths Jubilee, by Taubman. ■■ 1687 

1658 Hakluyt's Voyages, with the Voyage to Cadiz, 2 vols. 1600 

1659 The Arraignment of Rob. Earle of Effex and Henry Earl of South- 

ampton,' in the great Hall of Pleas at Weftminlter, her Majeflie 
being then at Whitehall, in Manujcript. 

1660 Kennedie's Afts of the general AfTembly of the Church of Scotland. 

Edinb. 1691 

1 66 1 King's Vale Royal of England, or the County Palatine of Chefter 

illuRrated, 'with Cuts. — ■ ' 1656 

1662 The Birth and Burning of the Image call'd St. Michael. 1651 

1663 The Cafe of John Kelly his Majefty's Bisket- Baker, and Supervifor 

of the Vi*Stualling-Office on Tower-hill. . ■ ■ 1 1699 

1664 An Anfwer to a confufed Treatife of publick Commerce. 1604 

1665 Mackenzie's Obfervations on the Afts of Parliament made by King 

James I. -■' ' ~— ■ Edinb. 1686 

1666 Morgan's Account of the Coronation of K. Charles 11. 1685 

1667 The Luf of the holy and blefted Vyrgyn Saynt Wenefryde, ^ne 

anno 

1668 Tuilius de Amicica, tranflated into Englifh by the Erie of Worceftre. 

Explicit per Caxton 

1669 The Holy Bible, with Archbiftiop Cranmer's Preface, black Letter. 

Printed by W alley 1 5 75 

1670 Common Prayer with MS. Notes, fuppos'd to be by Dr.. Hicks, the 

Book having been his, black Letter. Printed by Edivara Whitchurch 

>S49 

1671 A fhort Account of the Bank of England. 

1672 A CoUeftion of ancient and modern Prophecies, wherein all the 

Fates of the Roman, French and Spanifli Monarchies arc occafio- 
nally fet out. • 1680 

1673 A Defence of Sir Rob. Filmer againft the Miftakes of Algernon Sid- 

ney, Efq; - ' — ' ■ • « - "" 1684 

1674 The Speech of the Lord High Steward, at the Time of his pro- 

nouncing the Judgment of the Houfe of Peers againft the Lord Vifc. 
Stafford. ■ ■ -" ■■ 1680 

1675 Proceedings before the Houle of Lords between the Duke and 

Dutchefs of Norfolk, upon the Duke's Bill, intitled. An Aft to dif- 
folve the Marriage. _— — 1693 

1676 Howell on the Precedency of Kings. ■ " - 1664 

1677 Edmond's Comment, of Julius Csfar, ivith Cuts. 

1678 Relation of his Majefty's Entertainment paffing through the City of 

London to his Coronation, by Ogilby. — ■" ■' 1661 

1679 An Anfwer to Mr. Fitz-Gerald's State of the Cafe concerning the 

Patent of making Salt-water frefh. 
i6So Taylor the Water Poet's Works, 'very fair. ■ 1630 

i68f 



Englijh Books, ^c. Folio. 8i 

1 68 1 The Cronycle of Englonde, with the Frute of Tyraes ; to which is 

added, the Defcrypcyon of En3;lond, Walys, Scotlond and Irlond, 
fpeaking of the Nobleffe and WorthynefTe of the fame. Emprinded 

by Jiilyane Notary I 5 1 5 

1682 Common Prayer with finging Pfalms, for the Ufe of the Churcii of 

Scotland, bound in red Morocco, ivith a large Border on the Sides, 
and midd/e Pieces. < '• " < ■ — — Edinb. 1637 

1683 Common Prayer, black Letter. ■ Fruited by Grcf ton m^^z 

1684 Confilium &: Votum pro ordiiianda ac ftabilienda Hibernia. 1651 

1685 Fabyan's Cronycle newly prynted, with the Cronycle of K. Henry 

the 8th. P rented ot London by Wyllyam Rajiell I 553 

16F6 The Caftle of Knowledge, vjith Cuts. •• UjS 

1687 •'^" Ellablifliment for the Governor's Wages for the Town of Bar- 

wick, and other Officers belonging to the lame, with Orders to be 
obferved by them, Feb. 25, 1563, in Munufcript. 

1688 Linfchoten's Voyages into the Eaft and Welt Indies, with Maps and 

Habits, with j\iS. Notes and Index. - '576 

1689 Shelton's Hillory of the witty Don Quixote. » 1675 

1690 Report of the Committee of the Houfe of Commons to whom the 

Petition of the Royal Lullring Company of England was referred, 
with Papers and Writings relating to the Smuggling Trade. 

'697 

1691 Fabian's Chronicle, which he nameth the Concordance of Hiftorycs 

newly perufed, and continued from the Begynnyng of King Henry 
the Seventh, to thende of Queen Mary. ■ '5S9 

Imprinted at London bx jfbcn Kyngjion. 

1692 Hulst's Abcedarum Jnglico-Latinum, or Englilh and Lat. Didtionary. 

1552 

1693 The grete Herball, which geveth parfyt Knowledge, Underftanding 

of all Manner of Herbes, and there gracyous Virtues, with a Boke 
of Dyftyllacion, and the noble Experyence of the vertuous Handy- 
WOrke of Surgery, <T.uith Cuts. Imprinded by Fetrus Tr elvers 

1^-25 

1 694 The Myrrour and Defcrypcyon of the World, with many Mer- 

vaylles, i.vith Cuts, black Letter. Printed by La^vrence Andre^i-e, 

'without Date. 

1695 The Hyftorye, Sege, and Deftruccyon of Troye, tranflared by John 

Lydgate Monke, of Bary. Emprinted by Richard Pynfon 1513 

1696 The humble PetitiorLof James Percy, Coufin, and next Heir Male . 

of Jofceline Percy, late, and cle-ventb Earl of Northmnberland, de- 
ceafed. 

1 697 Dyftes and Saying? of the Philofophers, tranflated out of Frenche by 

'I'herle Ryvers. Imprinted by lVillia?n Caxton No-vemb. iSth, 1477 
bound in red Morocco. 

1698 Fabian's Chronicle, which he himfelf nameth the Concordance of 

Hiftoryes. . Printed by John Reynes l^^Z 

1 699 Brookes's Errours in the Catalogue of Nobility, ^vith MS. Notes and 
Cuts. • ■ ' ■ ■ . 1622 

1700 The Diall of Princes. ' • 1557 

1701 The Recaile of the Hiliories of Troie. Imprinted by Wyllyam Copc- 

lande dwelling in Fleetjireet 1553 



1 701 



!^- 



S 2 Engi'fij Becks, (sc. Folio. 

l;oi* TheProuftytable Boke for Manne's Sodcc, ard ri-ht comfortable 
to the Bcdy, and ei'pecially :n Adverfitee and Tr)balacyon, which 
boke is called the chafly^g of Godde's Chyldren. prirJed by 

U\nhf: de Tiorde 1 493 

»702 The Siege of Bred% by the Arms of Philip the Fourth, under the 
Govemir.ent of Jiabeiia, achieved by the Conduct of Amb. Spi- 
nola, '-i.c'ith Cuts. 16 ir 

1705 The Piigrimage of Perfection, very prof}t£b!e for all Chr)llen 

PeriC35 to rede ; to which is added, the ExpoCcyon of the Ave 

and the Creed, aifo the Rof-ry of our Saviour Jefu. vrpuntcj 

ct Lcndon by Wynhn de JVcr.'e i ;3 ! 
1704 Morley's pkia and eafy Introdactioa to pr;;d!cal Mufick, three 

Parts coKpUat, very f^jr. ■ ' • '597 

17C5 Kowe-l's Pcrlultration of the City ot London ; to which is added, 

the City of VVelhninfter, with the Courts of Joilicc, Antiqaiticf, 

aad Building; thereunto belong-.ng. 

1 706 The Dial of Princes, comrilcd by the Byflx)p of Gaudix, cngUJhed 

out of French by North. • • 1 568 

X 707* Bunori's Commentary on Antoninus his Itinerary, or Journeys of 

the Roman Empire, fo far as it coacefacth Bri:aia, ctr/i' tie Me^p. 

1658 
17CS Kume's Hifiory of the Houfe of Douglas and Angus. Edlnb 1644. 

1 709 Caton, tracilited into Englifii by Matter iiennet Burgii. printed by IV. 

,, '' CuJitOfl I4.83 

1710 Drayton's Poly-Oibion, z Parts cQnpIe^-t. i6ic 

•171 1 Biondi's Hiilory of the Civil Wars of England, between the two 

Houfci of Lanciiier an J York, 2 vol. ainpU.t, ler; f.ir. 164I 

171 1 The Old Teiiaraent, by Tavemer, dedicated to ti'-.e King, black 

Letter. • ■ 1 539 

This Edition ia called by B.-^/e, Rscogvit:o Jiie ^oti:a ncvi-. Verfio. 
1:-jerner gave fo much Cfietxe by this Performance, that 
after the Death of Lord Crcmivell, by whom he was pro- 
tected, he was imprii'oned for it in the Tower, and was af- 
terwards released. 

171 2 Vitai Patrum, the right Devoutee, moche lowab!e and recom- 

nr.er.dable Lyff of the ould, ancyent, holy Faders Hermyte.-, late 
trarilaied out of Latjn into Frenihe, and diligently corrected in 
the City of Lyon, the Yere of our Lord i486, upon that which 
hath be wrytten, and alfo tranflated out of Greke into Latyn, 
by tiie blffled and holy Saynt yen>r:e, and other folytarj' rely- 
g»'Ous Periories after him, and after in the Yere of our Lord 1491 
rediiced itto Erglyfhe, following the Copy, alwaye under Cor- 
rect, on of Dodor; of the Lhirche, eirpr-.nted in Wefimynjire^ by 
^\'} nkyn de Worde, T.uJJla he.ther, ' *595 

1713 Euiibias's Eccieliailical Hifiory, tranflated by Hrvnmer, bound in 

red Moroica, •uiitb ffnall Tools on the Si.r'ts, a>:d gilt and nirblcd on 

the Lea<v:$.- • i6:;0 

17:4 The Antiquities of Stone-henge on Sa!Iibury Plain, by Webb, iL-itb 
Mj..r.ufci ipt Notes en the Margin, Sides, Tops, end Bottoms, by Philip 
Y-i^Aoi Pembroke. • • '655 

1715 Llanmer's Compaaion, and Spencer's Kif.ory of Ireland. 1635 

1 71 6 Comnoa Prayer, iaccrleaved with large MS. 'SoiCi, printed by 

Burker i ^587 
J717 



EngliJIj Books, C^c. Folio. 89 

171 7 The Defcrypcyon of England, which of old Time was called AI- 

byon, and after Brytayne, and now England, and fpeketh of 
the Noblcnefs and VVorthynefs of the fame, imprinted by IVynhyn 

de Wo7-d 1520 

1718 Cathon, tranflated out of French. printed h William Caxtof! 1483 
I718* The Defcrypcyon of England, imprintedhy VVynk. de Wordc 1515 

1719 Dyr'logues and Rcvelacvons of the new Seraphycall Spoufe of Cryfte, 

Seynt Katheryne of Sene, hhuk Later, imprinted at Lo7idon by 

Wynkxnde Word. 

1720 The right pleafa'.int and goodly Hiftorie of the four Sonnes of h\- 

mon, which for the excellent erdyting of it, and for the notable 
Prowcs and great V'eitues that were in them, is no lefs pleafaunt 
to rede than worthy to be knowen of all Eftates, both high and 
low. imprinted h Willi 'm Copeland for Rob. Tspe /554 

1721 A brief Chronology of the famous Comets, and their Events, that 

have Imppened from the Birth of Clirift to this very Day. 1681 
J 72 2 The Minutes of the Proceedings in Parliament, from Odob. 1706, 
to March 25, 1707, with her Majefly's Speeches. 

1723 Read's Secrets of Art and Nature. • ■ — ■ 1660 

1724 BaptilhPorti's Natural Magick. 1659 

1725 The white Rofe, or a Word for the Ploufe of Y'ork. 1680 

1726 Account of the private League betwixt the late King James II. and 

the Fiench Kir^g. ■ ■ ■ 1689 

1727 Propofals, whereby his Majefty may raife and extend his Credit to 

the annual Value of his Revenue, without Interelt, or Damage to 
the Kingdom. '673 

1728 The Caie of Tenure^ upon the CommiiTion of defedive Titles. 

Dublin 1639 

1729 Way to make England the richeft Kingdom in Europe, by ad- 

vanciiig the Filhing Trade, and imp'oying Ships and Mariners. 

1730 A Narrative of his moll Chriftian Majclty's Conquers obtain'd over 

the Dutch, with the Names of the feveral Places taken. 1672 

1731 A Narrative of the great and bloody Fight between the Prince of 

Orange and the Duke of Orleans, near the City of St. Omers, on 
Sunday the ill. of April, 1677. 

1732 The Cafe of Wjlliara Courten, and the EatMndia Company of thfe 

Netherlands. • — — . 1662 

1733 The principal Ads of the Gener.il Allembly of the Kirk of Scot- 

land, from the Year 1638 to 17.18, 2 vol. • Edinb. 

1734 Lomatius's Art of Painting, Carving, and Building, tranilatcd into 

Englilb, -jcith Cuts. • --— 1598 

173^- The Hillorie of Jafon. emprinted >it Wcjlmcfre bylV.Caxton. 

»736 The Shepherd's Calendar, ^.vith Cnts,^ bound in RuJJia Leather, and 

gilt Lea-vcs, and ruled ivith red Lines. • ■■■■ • 1656 

1737 Oliver Cromwell's Ordinances relating to Scotland, with Trads con- 

cerning Scotland. . ~ — ■ — ■— • 1654 

1738 Boethius's Confolation of Philofophy, tranflated by Geoitry Chau- 

cer. — imprinted by li illiam Caxtcn, nuithout D..te. 

1739 Brooke's Catalogue of the Kings and Nobility of England, from 

the Conqueft to xbzz, -vjith their JJrn:s. 1622 

1740 Two new Tragedies, the Black Prince and Tryphon, by the Earl 

of Orrery. . .^ . ... ■ - ... 1669 

L 2 174» 



S4 EngliffD Books, ^c. Folio. 

1 741 The Orchard of Syon, in the whiche is contayned the Revelacyons 

of Seynt Katheryne of Ser.e, with goftly fruytcs, and precyous 
Plantcs for the Health cf Manne's Soul, t'eiy fair. 

1742 Dyalogue of Syr Tho. Mori-, Knyghte, whcryn he treatyd dyver» 

Mat:er^ againft Luther and Tyndale, newley overfene bythefaid 
Syr Thn. More, black Letter. 
The Whitehall Evening Poft, from June 27, 1719, to July 29, 
1729, 8 vol. 



{■ 



»743 -I T T 

1 _ — Jan. 23, 1731, to Jan. I 

1733-4» 3 toI- 

1744 Sleidane's Commentaries, concerning the State of Religion and 
Commonwealth, during the Reign ofthe Emperor Charles the Fifth, 

tranfl:ted by Dans. .. 1,60 

1 74 J The Cuftoms of London, black Letter, n.vithout Place or Date,i)ery 
fair, 

1746 f he laberous and mcfl merveylous Workes of Sapience, printed by 

W. Caxton, fine ann», 

1747 Violet's Propofals to Oliver Crcmwell, for the Calling to Account 

all Committee Men, and for regulating the Manufatture of Gold 
and Silver Thread and Wyer, &c. ■■ — — 1656 

1748 Bromhall's Treatiie of Spedtres, or a Hiftory of Apparitions, &'C. 

1656 

I 749 Reflexions on diiTolving Corporation?, and giving Judgment againft 

Charters. ■ ■ 1689 

1750 The Book of the Fayttes of Armes and of Chivalrye, made and 

drawen out of feveral Aathor?, by Chryftyre of Pyfe, in French, 
trarOated into Engliih, and prynted by M\ C«xton. H?9 

1 75 1 The Myrroure of our Lady, very neceflary for all relygyous Per- 

fon?. ' imprinted by Rich ra Fi-nvkes, I'ery fair, \^10 

1752 The Myrroure, or Glafs of Chrifte's Paffior. imprinted by Rob. Red- 

man 1534 

1753 Thymage, or Myrror of the World, tranfiated from the French by 

Will. Ccixt'jn. 1 4S0 

1754 The Story of the mcfl noble and worthy Kynge Arthur, and his 

Noble and valyant Knightes of the Rounde Tr.ble, black Letter. 

imprinted b) Wm. C(>p eland. 

1755 The Hiflorie nnd Croniklis of Scotland, compilit and newly cor- 
recki: by the Rev. and Noble Gierke .Maifter He«flor Boece Chan- 

non, of Aberdena, of Murray, Chrnnon of Ros, at the Command 
of the richt, hie richr, excellent, and noble Prince James V. of 
that Name King of Scottis, and imprentit in Edinburgh be Thomas 
Davidfon, dwelimg forenens the Frere Wynd, fine Anno, bound in 
RuJJia Leather. 

1756 The Evening PoU, from Otlober 23, 1713, to Dec. 31, 1728, 

14 vol. 

1757 The Floure ofthe Commaundmentes of Gcd, with many Ex- 

amples and Autoryt'ces extrafte and drawen, as well of Holy 
Scriptures as of other Doftours and good ancient Faders, the 
whiche is mouche utyle and prouffytable unto all People, emprynted 

by Wynkyn de Worde l 509 

1753 Here in this Eoke ben fhowed the Treatyfes perteynynge to 

Hawkynge and Huntynge, with other dyvers playfaunt Materes 

f belong)'nge unto NoblefTe ; and alfo a right noble Trcatife of 

Cotar- 



Englijh Books ^ i^c. Folio. 85 

Cotarmours, endyng with a Treaty fe «hich fpecyfyeth of Blafynge 
of Armyes. emfrynted at Weftmefire by W. de U^ordd I496 

1-59 Grafton's Chronicle of the AfEiirs of England, from the Creation 
to the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. • '5^9 

J -60 The Boke of Eneydos, compyled by Vyrgyle, whiche hath be 
tranflated oute of Latyne into Frenihe, and out of Frenfhe re- 
duced into Er.glyfhe by W, Caxton. T^his is a fine Copy, ruled 
end bo :'.n.X in red Morocco. ■ •■ '49^ 

I -61 A Treatyfe of the Love of Jhefu Chryfte, with fix other ftiort 
Treatii'es tranflated out of French. printed by W. Caxton 1493 

1762 The Game and Playe of the .Chefle, in which Thau£torites, Diftes, 

and Stories of auncient Dof^ours, Philofophers, Poetes, and of 
other wyfe Men, been recounted and applied unto the Moralite 
of the publique Wele, as well of the iNobles as of the comyn 
People, tranflated out of French into Englirtis, and imprinted by 

Wm. Caxton 1474 

1763 The Hiftory of the moft noble and valyant Knight Arthur of Ly- 

tell Brytaine, tranflated out of Frenche by Johan Bourcher, Knt. 
Lord Barners, black Letter, bound in Rr.jfia Leather. 

1764 Orlando Furiofa, nxith Cuts, and witty Epigrams by Harrington. 
176^ Browne's Enquiries into vulgar and common Errors. 1645 

1766 The Boke* of Common Prayer and Adrainillration of the Sacra- 

ments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of En- 
gland, with the Form and Manner of confccrating Bifhops, Priefts, 
and Deacons. Londini in Off.cina Edordi IJl^ytechurche, cum Pri- 

'uil. ad Iniprim . folum I 552 

1767 The Cordyale, or the four laft Things, that i?, to wit. Death, 

Judgment, Hell, and Heaven, tranflated out of Frenfhe by An. 
thony MydeiUle, Erie Ry-ji rs. Lord Scales, and of the Ifle of Wight 
Defenfeur, and Diredeur of the Caufes apollolique for the Pope 
in England, Uncle and Governor to my Lord Prince of Wales. 
Emprynted by Will. Caxton, a f^ir Copy, bound in red Morocco, and 
embellijhed ijcith Gold. ■ ■ 1478 

1 768 Scala Perfeccionis, or the Ladder of Perfedion, by Walter Hylton. 

printed by Wynkyn de Worde 1 49 4 

1769 The St. James's Evening Poft, from the firil Publication in 1716, 

to May 13, 1735, '^ "^'0^' 

1770 Virgil, tranflated into Scottifli Metre by Gawin Douglas, Bifhop of 

Dunke!, bound in Rujfia Leather, ivith a Border of Gold on the Sides. 

1553 



Libri Graci et Latini, Folio. 

1771 T TOrtus Eyst ettensIs, five Diligens et Accurata omnium 

X~l Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis Orbis terras partibus, 

fingulari Itudio Colleftarum, qus in celeberrimis viridariis arcem 

epifcopalem ibidem cingentibts hoc te iipore conipiciuntur delineatio 

et ad vivum Rsprefentatio, Oi era Bafi a Btflcii. ■ 161 3 

I77J 



86 Libri Gro'd iff Latifii, Folio. 

1772 Danubius Pannonicomyficiis Obfervationibus Geographicls, Aftrono- 

micis, Hydrographicis, Hilloricis, Pliyfici?, Ptrlurtratus et in 6 To- 
mos digcPcus ab Aloylio Ford. Com. Marfili, corio turcica deaurat. 

Hiig^ Com. 1726 

1773 7heatrum Civitatum, nee non ac'mirandorum Ncapol. et Siciliae Reg- 

no rum, «w/ }>:i'.ltis fig. frdiis det.urat. Amjl . cpud Blaeu. 

1774 Theatri^n» Civicatum, et admirandorum Italia; ad ajvi veteris & pre- 

fentis temporis ficiem expreflUra a Joa. Blaeii, z vol. cum multisfig, 
fulcher. color Sit. fol.is dcciUr at. ' .Af/iji\6bl 

17-5 Novum ac m;:gni:m Theatrum Belgica; Regis ac Fcederatac ad pra?- 
fentis temporis faciem, exprefToni a Joa. Blaeu, 2 vol. cum multis 
fiz^.fcl.h deaurat. ^ . Amji. 

Ijj6 »■ ■ dcm, 2 vol. cU'Ji inulth fig. pulcher. colorat, fol. deau- 
rat. • ■ lb. 

1777 Atlas Major, five Cofmcgvaphia Blaviana, 11 vol. cum fig. et chart. 

r,:i>-is elegantijf. colorat. foiiis decurat. Amfi. cpiid B/aen. 

1778 Atlas rAtiquus facer et profanus, defpofuit ec emendavit Tabulas Jo. 

ClenCus, cum ch..rfis co/orcjt. '7*-*> 

"Novum Theatrum Fedemontii et Sabaudia?, five accurata Defcrip- 
rio ipforum Urbiuni, Pahtiorum, Templorum, &c. 4 vol. cum 
, viultis £0^. ber NufttiJcil, et cliis f:lns deaurat. Ha«x Co77i.\lzb 
''" J Novum Itali.c Theatrum, five accurata Defcriptio ipfius Urbium, 
Palatiorum, Sacrarum ylidium, &c. 4 vol. cum multis fig. foiiis 
decurat. ••■ ' • • - • /^. 1724 

1780 Theatriim Urbium B.uropa; Septentrional, et Oriental, cum multis 

fig. colorat. fio/ils deaurat. " Jmfi. apud Blaeu 1649 

1781 Carabdeni Br.tanfiica, in forma Atlantica, cum fi.g. et chartis colorat. 
foiiis deaurat. il>. apudiif. l6^S 

1782 Merian dc Generatione et Mctamorphofibus Infcflorum Surinamen- 

fium, cum yzfig. ' " ■ • ■ Jmjf. 1719 

1783 Atlas Minor, live totius Terrarum Orbis, contrada delineat. excona- 

tibus Nic. ViiTcher, ■ ■ iif. 

1784 Theatrum Urbium Galli^\ Hifpaniae, & India:, Orient, et Occident. 

cu?n fig. colorat. fajiis deaurat. Amft. apud Blaeu. 

1785 Bidloo Anatoffiia Humani Corporis, 105 Tabulis per artificiofiff. G. 

de Laireffe ad vivum delineatis. — — ^z;?/?. 1685 

1786 Theatrum Scotia; et KibenuK, cum fig. et chartis colorat. Amfi. apud 

Blaeu 1654. 

1787 Sanderi Flandria Illuflrata, zvol. cum multis fig. mira pulcher. color, 
foiiis deaurat. C. /4grip. i6\\ 

1788 Theatrum Urbium totius Eelgii, five Germanise Inferioris, 2 vol. 

cutn ffudtis fig. foiiis decurat. Amfi . afud f anffonium 1 657 

1789 ' Idem, 2 vol. cum figuris jutidiff. colorat. foiiis deaurat. 

ib. opudib. 1657 

1790 Theatrum Urbium Italias, aliarumque in Infu'is Maris IViediterranei, 
cu)n multis fig. foiiis deaurat. • '■ ib.apndib. 

'79' " Xd'cvn, cum figuris colorat . foiiis deaurat. — — ib.apudih. 

1792 Theatrum lilurt. Hiipaniai Urbes, aliaeque ad Orientum k Auftrum 

civitates celcbriore?, cian multis fig. foiiis deauratis Amfi. apud 

Jl. nfionium. 

'7C3 " \^tm, cum figuris colorat. foiiis deaurat. • ih. apudih. 

»04 "I'heatrum Urbium Totius Gcrmanix Superioris, cuvi viultis fig. foiiis 
deuurut. 2 vol. .«« » ib.apudib, 

»795 



Libri Graci & Latini^ Folio. S7 

I7g^ . I Idem, cum Jig. colorat. et foliis dcaurat. 2 vol. Amjl. ap, ib. 
1796 Theatrum exhibens Celebriores Gallis et Helvetix Urbes, cum fig. . 

foliis deawat. •■■- • ii. apudib. 

tygy ' ' Idem, cinnfig. colorat. foliis deauratt. ib. apud ib. 

1798 Theatrum Urbium Septentrionaleni Europs, cum multis fig. foliis 

deaurCit, ■ •' ib. apud ib. 

tjgg ' Idem, cum fig. colorat. foliis deaurat. ■ ib. apud ib. 

I 'foo Veteres Arcus Auguftorum Triumphis Infignes ex Reliquiis quae 

Romas adhuc fupcrfui:t, cum Imaginibus Triumph, refticuti antiq. 

nummis notifque Pet. Eclloni illuil. ■ Ro m^ \6go 

I 80 1 Vincentii Belluacenfis Speculi Hiflorialis lib. liferis initial, illuminat. 

1802 Chronicon Chronicarum ab initio Mundi, cum multis fig. 'Nuremberg 

»49$ 

1803 — lAem, cujn fig. colorat. •■ • /1^.1493 

1804. Mufxum Florentinum exhibens Inf:gniora vetuflatis Monumenta quae 

Florentise funt, cum trailtis fig. 3 vol. ch. Max. Floreniia 1731 

1805 Idem, C07-io rujjtco deaurat. 3 vol. ■ ib. I 73 I 

1806 Sanderi Cliorographia facra Brabantia;, 3 vol. cum multis fig. ch. max. 

corio turcico deaurat. ■ ■ Hug/r Com. 1726 

1807 Regiftrum Honoris, exhibens Terrarum & Viilaium, quje quondam 

fuerunt Edwini C6mitis iijfra Richmundiliire Defcriptionem ex Lib. 
Domefday, ch. max. corio turcico deaurat. foliis deaurat. Land. 1722 

1808 Wottoni Leges Wallica?, ch. max. corio rujJtco deaurat. Land. 1730 

1809 Geo. BuUi upera omnia, chc-irt. ?nax. — — , 7^.1703 

1 810 Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas, five Cofmographice Meditationes de Fa- 

brica Mundi & Fabricati Figura. ■ Amft. \b\z 

181 1 Hortus Elthamenfis, feu Plantarum raiiorum quas in Horto fuo El- 

thami in Cantio, coluit Jacobus Sherard, Autore Joh. Jac. Dillenio, 
2 vol. cu?n jnultis fig. • • Land. 1732 

1812 ' Idem, cufn figuris mira pulcher. colorat. 2 vol. i^. 1734 

1813 D. Wilkins Lege, Anglo-SaxonicjE, ecclefiaftics & civiles, ch.max^ 

ib. 1721 

1814 Joh. Remelini Catoptrum Microcofmicum, fuis sre incifis vifionibus 

fplendens, cam Hilt. Zc Pinace de novo prodit. A. VindeL i6ig 

1815 Geo. Buchanan! Opera omnia, curante Tho. Ruddimanno, 2 vol. 

ch. max. corio rujfico deaurat. lineis rubris i^ foliis dciruratis. Edinb. 

-.. . .- '7'5 

1816 Spanhemii Differtationes de Prasftantia & Ufu numifmatum antiquo- 

rum, ch. max. 2 'vol. Lo7td. 1 706 

181 7 Jani Grateri Corpus Infcriptionum, exrecens. & cum annotat. Geo. 

Gra^vii, 4 vol. ch. max. curr.fig. — Amft. 1 707 

1818 Autores XVI. de Vita & Rebus Geftis Mariae Scotorum Reginae, 

ediditSam. Jebb. 2 vol. ch.max. corio turcica., foliis deaurat. Lo>id. 

1725 

1819 Rogeri Bacon Opus Majus, edidit S. Jebb. ch.max. ib. 1733 

1820 Car. a S. Pauli Nic. Sanibn & Eufebii Csfariens, Geographiae Sacrse, 

cum notis^ ac obfervat. Lucas Holftenii, 2 vol. ch. max. Amft. 1 7 1 1 

1 82 1 Grabeii Septuaginta Grasca, 4 vol. ch. max. Oxon ijoy 

1822 Hieron. Vecchietti de anno primitivo, ab exordio Mundi, ad annum 

Juliamunaccommodato&deSacrorum TemporumRatione, lib. viii. 

J. VindeL mi 
1823 



1 



S8 Lihri Graci ^ La tint. Folio. 

1 1 23 Claiidii, Salinnfii, Plinianse Exercitationes in Caii Julii SoUni Poly- 
hiftora, item Caii Julii Solini Polyhiftor. 2 vol. chart, max. TrajeSI. 

aJRh. 1689 

1824 S. Ephraim Syrus, Grssce, e Cod. MS. Bodleianis, ch. max. corio tur- 

cico. •— ' ■' - Oxon. 

1825 N, Tdlamentum Graecum, cum fcholiis grafcis, opera &ftudioJoa. 

Gregorii, ch. max. — — Oxon. 1703 

1826 Hymni Sacri in Breviario Romano Fel. Rec. Urbani Papae \'III. Au- 

toritate recogniti, corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. Antv. apnd 

PI ant in 1 647 

1827 Erfter Theiel Architeclura Civilis, ch. max. cummultisfig 17U 

1828 Biblia Sacra Polyglotta, per Branum Waltonum, & Caflelli Lexicon, 

8 vol. corio turcica lineii rubris foliis deaur^tis. Lon:K 1657 

1^29 Antiphonarium juxta Breviariuni Romanum. ■ ' ' Paris. 1674 

»830 Sam. Wefley DilTertationes m Librum Jobi, ch. viax. cum fig. Land. 

'736 

1 83 1 Ant. Sabellici Rhapfodiae Hiiloriarum lib. 2 vol. Venet. 1504 

1832 Novum Teftamentum Grascum, cum Led. var. Itudio et labore Joa. 

Millii, 2 vol. ch. max. • ■ Oxon. I 707 

1833 Cafp. Barlxi Hiftoria Brafilias, cum multis fig. tnira pulcher. color at. 

Amft. 1647 

1834 Lud. Cappelli, comment, et notas Criticae in vetus Teftamentum, ch. 

max. corio turcica foliis deauratis. • Ajnft. apud Blreu \6%g 

1835 Eufebii & alii hid. Hiftori;e Ecclefiafticae, gr. lat. cum notis Hen. 

Valefii, ediditGul. Reading, edit. opt. ch. max. 3 vol. Cantab. 172a 

1836 Jac. Ufferii Annales vet. & novi Teftamenti, ch. max. Gene-j^e 1722 
r%l'^ Beveregii PandetlaeCanonum SS, Apoftolorum & conciliorum ab ec- 

clefia graeca receptorum, 2 vol. — Oxon. 1672 

I '?3 8 Numifmata ^rea Maximi Moduli, exemplar . pulcher . 
18-9 Banduri Numifmata Imp. Rom. a Trajano, Decio, ad Palasologos 

Augultos acceflit Bibliotheca Nummaria, 2 vol. chart, max. Paris. 

1718 

1840 Gudii antiquas Infcriptio!;es, quum grajcae turn latin?^, cum notis Gra;- 

vii &• al. ■ Leovardi^ '73 f 

1841 Petri de Marcae Geographica & Hiftorica Defcriptio Catalcniae, Ru- 

fcionis & circumjacentum populorum, r^. max. • Pnm 1688 

»842 Erafmi Opera omnia, ri vol. ch. max. L. Bat. 1703 

1843 Novum Teftamentum Grascum, ch. max, Paris, e Typograph. Regia, 
1S44 Graduale Romanum juxta .VlilTaleeditum. - ■ ■ — Paris 1664. 

1845 S^- Bernardi Opera, 6 vol. ch. max. corio turcica deaurat. foliis deau- 

rat. ~— _ . Paris, e Typographia Regia \6j^2 

1846 Ptolem^Ei Geographia Latini, corio turcica foliis deaurat. Roma 1508 

1847 Tertuliiani Opera, cum notis Rigaltii, ch,jnax. Paris 1675 

1S48 Montfaucon Hexaplorum Origenis qus fuperfunt, gr. lat. 2 vol. ch. 

max. ■ •= Paris 1 7 1 3 

1849 Ptolemasi Cofmographics Latine. Rom^xj^go 

1850 S. Cyrilli Opera omnia, gr. lat. cum notis Ant. Auguft. Touttee, ch. 

max. -.———. ■ Paris I y 20 

1 85 1 S. Hilarii Opera, lludio monach, ordinis S. Benedifti, ch. max. ib. 

1693 

1852 Nic. Toinard Evangeliorum Harmonia, gr. lat. ■ ■ ib. 1709 

1853 Biblia Sacra Latina, 2 vol. — — Paris, apud Rob. Steph. J540 
i8j^. ) ■ Idem, corio turcica deaurat. exemplar pulcher. ib. apud ib. I '»40 

2 i?55 



Lihri Graci ^ Latini^ Folio. 8^ 

1855 Gordoniiis de Curandis Morbis, Manufcriptum ejl corio turcica . 

1856 Ant Wood Hiftoria & Antiquitates Univerlitatis Oxonienfis, corio tur» 

cico. ■ Oxon. »674. 

1857 — — — Idem, c/ji:rta max. corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. ib. 

1674 

1858 Breviarium Parifienfe ad formam S. Concilii Tridentini reftitutum, 

corio turcica foliis deaurat. • • Paris 1 640 

iSjg Geo. Braunii Civitates Orbis Terrarum, 3 vol. cutri Jig. colorat. foliis 

deaurat. ' C. Agripp. 1618 

i860 S. Hieronymi Opera, 2 voL corio turcica deaurat. Partms \\%<^ 

1861 Spigelii Opera omnia, exrecenfione Vander Linden, cum fg. Jmjt. 

apud Blaeu 1 645 
1S62 S. Gregorii Expofion. in Jobum. Romee, apud Safi6Ium Marcian 147 J 
T^his Edition has not been taken Notice of by Mr. Mattaire. 

1 863 Ptolosmsei Geographiai Latine, Uteris initial, colorat. corio turcica 

deaurat. • -r^ " JJlm<e i486 

1 864 Veteres Mathematici, gr. & lat. Paris, exTypographia Regia 1 693 

1865 Fabii Calvi Antiquae Urbis Roma;, cum regionibus fimulachrum. cum 

fig' • ' ' — Rom/s 1532 

i865 And. Putei Perfpediva Pidorum & Architeftorum, 2 vol. cum fig. 

lb. 1693 

1 867 Biblia Sacra Latina, 2 vol. Uteris initial, colorat. corio turcica deaurat, 

exemplar pulcher. editio antiqua. ■ fine loco aut anno. 

1868 S. P. N. Methodii Epifcopi & Martyris Convivium Virginum, gr. 

lat. edidit Pet. Poffini, ch. fnax, corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. 

Paris, e Typograph. Regia 1657 

1869 S. Irensei Opera, edidit ac notis donavit Renati MalTuet, edit. opt. 

Paris 1710 

1870 Theatrum Geographiae Veteris edente Petro Bertio, cum mappis, 

L.Bat. i6i8 
1 87 I And. Vefalii de Humani Corporis Fabrica, lib. vii. cum fig. Bafil. 

apud Oporinu7n I 542 

1872 D. Petavii Opus de Doftrina Temporum, 2 vol. ch.max. Paris 1627 

1873 Claudii Ptolcemasi Cofmographia;, lat. cu7n fig. &' Uteris initial, color, 

corio turcica deaurat. ■ '■ ' • Ulm^e 1 48 2 

1874 Pauli Aringhi Roma Subterranea, 2 vol. cum multis fig. Rofn<s 165 1 
I 875 S. Chryfoltomi Opera omnia, gr. lat. Opera & Studio B. de Mont- 

faucon, 13 vol. • ' ■ Paris 17 18 

1876 HiitoriaPatriarcharum Herofolymse Grec. 2 vol. chart, max. Con- 

ftantir.ople 1 7 1 5 

1 877 Origenis in S. Scripturas Commentaria, gr. lat. cum Obfervat. Dan. 

Huetii, 2 vol. - Rothomagi 1668 

1878 Biblia Sacra Latina, 2 vol. corio turcica deaurat. MogimtiiS, per Pet. 

Schoiffer 1472 
Mr. Maittnire had recourfe to Le Long's Bibliofheca Sacra, <-j.-hcn 
he obliged the World %vith an Account of this Edition. 

1879 > Idem, 3 vol. foliis deaurat. Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 15 (JO 

1880 ■ Idem, 2 vol. corio turcica deaurat. exemplar pulcher. ib. ap. 

ib. 150 

81 Gallia Chriftiana qua Series omnium Archiepifcop. Epifcop. & Alba- 
tum Franciae, 4 vol. ch. max. - Paris 1656 

82 Augultinus de Civitate Dei, ch. max. corio turcica deaurat. exemplar 
pulcher, ■ ' — ■ " Romtt^ per S^weyTiheim ilf Pannartx 14 7 O 

M 188 J 



I 



9^ Libri Graci £$? Latini, Folio. 

1 883 Theatrum Balilicx Pifanae cura Si Studio Jof. ^lartinii, ci. max. cum 

fig- ' ' • Roma 1705 

1884 Joa. Bapt. Nicolofii Hercules Siculus, five Studium G eographicum, 

€117/1 fig. corio turcico. ■ . — — lionia 1670 

1885 Joh. Jac. Schuichzeri Phyfica Sacra, 6 vol. cum ~<iofig. A.Vindel. 

I 886 Salviani AquatiHum Aniiralium Hiftorias, cum corundem formis src 
excufis, ftdiis deaurat. • ' Ro?nee\^x^'j 

1 SS7 Infcriptipnum Antiquarum quai paflim per Europam liber acceffit Auc- 
tarium a jullo Lipiio. ' L. Bat. apud Plnntln 1588 

1888 Gaiiendi Opera omnia, 6 vol. ch. max. ■ Lugd. 1658 

I 889 Biblia Sacra latina, 2 vol. corio turcico deaurat. editio antiqua, fine 

loco aut anno, 

1890 Idem, coii-o ruffuo deaurat. Uteris initial, colorat. Ntiremberga^ 

1891 Sam. Pufendoifi Comment, de Rebus Suecicis, lib. xxvi. UitrajeSii 

1686 

1892 Bernard. Corii HiAoria Mediolenfis, ch. max. Mediola?ti l ^o^ 

1893 Biblia Sacra Vulgata; ediiioms, tegm. holofsrifts foliis deaurat. jint'v. 

apud Plavtin 1 603 

1894 Idem, co;io ruffico deaurat. Nuretnherga , per Ant* Corbur- 

ger 147S 

1 'SiC):^ Sibbaldi Scotia lUuIlrata, five Prodromus Hiftoriae Naturalis, cum fig. 

ch. max. < ■■■ ■ Edinb. 1684. 

1896 Pauli de Angelis Defcriptio Bafilica: S. Maris Majoris, cum fig.foliis 

deaurat. < ■ Roma, apud Zannettum \62,\ 

1897 Svveertii Florilegium, cum ilo ficr. are incifts. F. adMatiujn 1612 
1S98 Moralizationes Biblirc, ch. 77iax. corio turcico deaurat. Vlma 1 47 4 

7his Edition has not been tne7itio7ied by Mr. Mcittaire. 
I ?59 Arcus L. Septimii Severi Aug. Anaglyplia, cum Explicatione Jof. M. 
'^ Suarefii. • Rctna-, typis Barberinis ityS 

1900 Laurus Lefl:caiia Explicata, five Clarior EnumeratioPerfonarum Utrif- 

que Sexus Cognominis Leflie ex variis Authoribus colledla. Gracii 

1692 

1 901 Du.i-andi Rationale Divinorum ofHciorum, ch 77iax. Ro/na, per Udal- 

ricum Galium 1473 
No Notice has bee7i taken of this Edition by Mr. Maittaire, 

1902 Areta;i Opera, gr. lat. ediditjoh. Wigan. — • Gjro». 1723 

1903 S. Bafilii Opera, gr. lat. cum notis, &c. Julian: Gamier, 3 vol. edit. 

opt. • • ■ Paris l'j'21 

1504 S. Auguftinus de Civitate Dei, corio turcico deaurat. Roma, per Udal- 

ricu/n Galium 1474 

1905 ,N. Teftamentum Lingua Syriaca Charaft. Hebrxis, itemque Gra;ca, 

cum Verfione latina ab J. Tremelio qui Grammaticam Chald. & 
Syrac. adjecit, 2 vol. . typjs Hen. Steph. 1569 

1906 Vita: Patrum. ■ Nuremh. per Ant. Coberger i/^yS 

This Book has efcapcd the Notice of Mr. Maittaire. 

1907 Mufjeum Kerclierianum, cum 'variis fig. ch. max. — — .^0^0^1709 
19-08 Sandluarium, five Vita; Sandtorum, 2 vol. corio turcica deaurat, Mc- 

diol. per Bo7iium Mo7nbret. 
1905 Biblia Sacra latina, 2 vol. Uteris quadrat, corio turcico deaurat. exem- 
plar prcejiantijf. nitidiff. con/cr'vat. atque initia finguloru7n iibroru7n 
variis orna7>ient. is'c. exor/iatutn,. • per Ba7nber 1 466 . 

1941 



Libri Graci 6f Latini^ Folio. 91 

I^IO I ■ Idem, 3 vol. Uteris initial, color r.t. corio turctco dcaurat. 

editio c.ntiqua. ■■•* •■ ftr.e loco out am;o, 

191 ! Csereinoniale Epifcoporum, cim fig. • Romo' 1600 

igiZ ■! Idem, cum fig. corio turcico foliis decurat, ib. 1690 

19 r 3 S. Thomx Aquinatis fuper Evangelio S. Luca;. Romte, per Sivein- 

heim Cff Pannartz. 1470 

1914 Hieron. Pradi & Joa. Bapt. Villalpandiin Ezechielem explanationes, 

3 vol. cut)! fig. — — . ■ Rom/F 1506 

1915 S. Hieronymi Opera, 2 vol. carlo turcica deuta-at. Rotn<^ffcr Jmcld. 

Pimvartz 1476 

1916 Rudimentum Novitiorum feu Chronicon Univerfale Authoris incerri 

ab anno primo Orbis conditi ufque ad annum 1473. LubccfZy per 

Lucam Br.'^r.Jis de Schafs. 1 47; 

1917 S. Hieronymi EpiftoIcC, 2 vol. corio turcica deaurat. Rom^^ per S'-wein- 

heim & Pannartz 1 47O 
igi8 I Opera, 2 vol. corio turcico deaurat: Roma, in Domo 

Petri de Maximo s 1468 

1919 Eiblia Sacra vulgatae editionis, cum notis Marginalibus. Paris 1558 

1920 Concilia Magnas Britannias & Hibernia: a Synodo Verolam. A. D. 

446, ad Londinens. 1717» a Davide Wilkins Colleda, 4 vol. Lond^ 

'737 
1920* MifTale Romano Monafiicurn, corio turcica foliis deaurat. Par. 16^ ^ 

1921 Pontificale Romanum, corio turcico foliis deaurat. Roma:, typisVati- 

canis 1 645 

1932 Willughbeii Ornithologiae, lib. tres, cu7n multis fig. ch. max, foliis 

deaurat. • • ■ Land. 1 6y 6 

1923 Biblia Sacra, Vet. & N. Teilam. ///?m rubris. Tiguri 1543 

1924 Joa. Hurduini Opera varia, cum Indicibus & tabulis sneis. w?«/?.l733 

1925 Geo. Buchanani Opera omnia, curante Tho. Ruddimanno, 2 vol. 

Editihurg. 1715 

1926 Biblia Sacra, 2 vol. caria turcica deaurat. Bafil. per Bertzard Richel. 

7 his Edition Mr. Maittaire ne^jer fanv, but ivas fuppUed vjith an 
Account of it from he Long s Bibliotheca. 

1927 Joa. Marianae Hiilorije de rebus Hifpaniae lib. xxx. accedunt Jof. 

Emman. Minianse Continuationis novs lib. x. cum iconibus regum, 

2 vol, ■ ' Hagre Com.i-jT^T^ 

1928 iMorfoni Plantarum Umbelliferarum & Hid. Univerfalis Plantarum, 

3 vol. cum fig. ' ■ Oxon. \b-jz 

I 929 Rumphii Thefaurus Cochlearum, Concharum, Conchyliorum, Si Mi- 

neralium, cum multis fig. • ■ HagaCom.iy^g 

1930 S. I.'-ena;i Opera, cum notiS) &c. Joa. Em. Grabii. Oxon. 1702 

193 I Pauli Jovii Hilloria fui Temporis, 2 vol. Florentia, apud ^orrentinum. 

1932 Martini Lifter Hiftorias, five Synopfis Methodicx Conchyliorum quo- 

rum omnium Piflur^, ad vivum delineatae exhibentur, ch. max. co- 
rio ruffico deaurat. ■ ■ Land. 1685 

1933 ApoUonii Perg^Ei Conicorum, lib. o£k), & fereni Antiffenfis de Sec-, 

tione Cylindri & Coni lib. duo. gr. lat. edidit Edm. Halleuis, ch, 

max. «— — — »^.— — ._— Oxon. 1710 

^934 ' Idem, 2 vol. corio turcico, foliis deaurat. ib. 1710 

1935 Cotelerii Patres Apoftolici, cum notis var. recenfuit Joa. Clericus, 

2 yo\. edit. opt. — ^— — — •'^-^ Amjl. \'^z^ 

M 2 1936 



92 Lihri Gr^eci i^ Lcitini^ Folio. 

1936 Fragmenta Veftigii Veteris Romae, ex Lapidibus Farnefianis, cditi 
cum notis Petri Bellorii, ch. max, carlo turcica foliis deaurat. Rokot 

1957 Biblfa Sacra Vulgatae Editionis, corio rujjico deaurat. 1476 

This Edition has been omitted by Mr. Maittnire. 
T938 Euclidis Opera, gr. lat. ex recenfione Gregorii, ch. mnx.Oxon. 1703 

1939 Ifinael Abul-Feda de Vita et Rebus Geflis Mohammedis, arab. & lat. 

edidit & notis illuftravit Joa. Gagnier, ch. max. Oxon 1723 

1940 Mediobardj Numifmata Imperat. Rom. a Ponipeio Magno & Hera- 

Ciium curante Argelato. Mediolani i-^o- 

194' Eibiia Sacra, corio turcica deaurat. lineis rubris, foliis deaurat, Nu- 
remberg. 1475 
Mr. Maittaire had not feen this Edition 'when he ijjrote his An- 
nates, but took his Account of it from Le Longs Eibliotheca. 

1942 —————— Idem, /1?». membranis. Uteris iimital. colorat ib. 1478 

1943 Scriptores Ordinis Prasdicatorum Recenfiti, notifque hilloricis & criti- 

cis illuflrati, 3 vol. — — ■ Paais 17 19 

1944 Fafciculis Temporum. — ■ Colonia I479 

1945 Biblia Sacra latina, 2 vol. litei-is initial, color at, corio turcica deau- 

rat. edit, antiq. — — ■ fine anno cut loco, 

1946 Jani Gruteri Corpus Infcriptionum, ex recens. &cum annotat. Grasvii, 

ciwi fig. 4 I'ol. — — . » Amjl. 1 707 

1947 Jac. Le Roy Notitia Marchionatus Sacri Rom. Imp hoc ell Urbis 

& agri Antverpienfis Oppidorum Dominiorum Monall. CaUcllcrum- 
que, cum multis fig. nitidiff. colorat. • Am/r. i6-;8 

1948 Joa. Potteri Arch^ologia, Gr. cum fig. . • L. Bat. 1702 

1949 Pontificale Romanum, ca^ multis fig. — F-ris\tt\ 

1950 B. Lamy de Tabernaculo Fcederi.";, de Sanfta Civitate Jeruialem & 

de Templo ejus, lib. vii. cum fig. • Pari^ 1720 

1951 S. Athanafii Opera omnia, gr. lat. fludio Monach. Ord. S. Bene- 

dicii, 3 vol. — — - ' Paris 1698 

1952 Edm. jVlartene Thefaurus Novus Anecdotorum, 5 vol. Paris \yiy 

1953 Biblia Sacra Latina. — — Paris, apud Rob. Steph. 1532 
1554 Joh. Hevelii Prodromus Aftronomiae cum Catalogo Fixarum & Fir- 

mamentum Sobiefcianum, cum figuris. • Geduni 1690 

1955 8. Cypriani Opera Studio & Labore Steph. Baluzii. Paris, ex typograph. 

Regia 1726 

1956 Hum. Kodii de Bibliorum Textibus Original, verfion. gr. & lat. 

Vulgata, lib, iv. ch. max. ••• • Oxon. 1705 

1957 Hippocratis Opera omnia, gr. lat. cum annotat. Foefii acceffit Oe- 

conomia Hippocratis Alphabeti Serie diHindla. Genc'vcs i6(;7 

195S Edw. Simfonii Chronicon Catholicon ex recens. & cum Animadverf. 

Pet. WeiTeling, corio rujfico. — — — - L. Bet. 1729 

'959 Matth. Parker de Antiq. Britannicae Ecclefiae recenfuit Sam. Drake. 

Lond. 1729 

1560 De la Eigne Sacrae Bibliothecas Sanftorum Patrum, 5 vol. Paris 15S9 

1 5 61 Bibiia Sacra latina, corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. Nuremberg. 

per Ant, Coburger 1 478 

1562 St Euphraim Syrus, gr. ch.max. Oxon. 
J963 VVjiartoni Anglia Sacra, five Hift. de Archiepifcop. & Epifcop. Anglia?, 

2 vol. ch. max. ■ » — ■ Lotid. 1691 

1564 Montfaucon Celleftio nova Patrum & Scriptorum Griecorum, 2 vol. 

Paris 1706 
196s 



Libri Graci £s? Latini, Folio. 93 

1965 Sandrart Opera omnia, 10 vol. cum ?nultis Jiguris, exemplar pukher» 

Kuremh. 1 689 

1966 Trommii Concordantlas Grsecae in Septuaginta Interpretes, 2 vol. ch, 

max. Aifijl. 1718 

1967 Pet. Wolfart Hift. r.aturalis Hafliae inferioris, cum Jig. — — 1719 

1968 Archimedis Opera omnia Gr. Lat. novis comment, illuft. per D. Ri- 

valtum a Flurantia, charta max. limis riibris. Paris apud lAorelL 

1615 

1969 Conciliorum Colledio Regia maxima ad P. Libbei & Gab. CofTartu 

Labores iludio Joa. Karduini, 1 2 vol. Paris ex Tjpographia Regia 

1715 

1970 Mart, ab Ebermayer Gemmarum AfFdbre Sculptarum Thefaurus re- 

cenfuit Jac Baieru, cum Meduiliis. — Mtorf. i-jzo 

1971 Hen. Hamelow Hift. Imperat. Rom. ajulio Caefare ufque ad Jofe- 

phum, cum Jig. ■ ^ Jmji. 1710 

1972 Bsda Hiil. ecclef, Gentis Anglorum lib. v. Lat. & Sax. cura & ftadio 

Joh. Smith. ' ' » — — Cantab. 1722 

1973 iv/ontfaucon Hexapiorum Origenis quae fuperfunt, Gr. Lat. 2 vol. 

Paris 17I3 

1974 S. Auguftinus^ de Civitate Dei, exemplar pulcher. Per Vindelinum 

Spirc'.m »470 

1975 S. Liebe Gotha Namaria fiftens Thefauri Fridericiani Numifmata an- 

tiqua aurea, argentca, asrea. ' y^V;y?. 1730 

1976 Ant. S::bellici Rerum Venetarum ab urbe condita Hift. Vemt. 1487 

1 977 Biblia Sacra Heb. Gr. Lat. cum annotat. Fr. Vatabli, 2 vol. Ex 

Officina ^anSlandreana 1587 

1978 — Vulgat^E editionis cam fcjioliis Joa, Mariana?, 2 vol. Antv. 

apitdPlar.tin 1624 

1979 Jac. Le Long Bibliotheca Sacra in binos Syllabos diftincla, 2 vol. 

Paris I'jz^ 

1980 Nova Defcriptio Afije, ch. max. corio turcica deaur. foliis deaur, lb. 

apud Cramoify 1656 

1981 Bauhini Hift. Plantarum univerfalis, 3 vol. cum multis Jig. Ebroduni 

1650 

1982 'N. Teftamentum Grscum cum fcholiis Gr. opera & ftudio Joa. Gre- 

gorii. ' ■ — Oxon. 1703 

1983 Thefaurus Theologico Philologicus five Sylloge Diflcitat. elegant, ad 

{tUe., 8c illuft. Vet. & Novi Tell loca, 2 vol. ^w/. 1701 

1984 S. Cyrilli Opera Gr. Lat. cum notis Tho. Milles. — — Oxen. 170J 
198; Durandi Rationale divinorum Oificiorum, co?-io turcica deaur. literijqi 

init. colorat. Roma per XJdalricum Galium 1 473 

1986 Sallendre Thefaurus Antiq. Rom. 3 vol. cum Jig. Haga Com. 1716 

1987 Mangeti Bibliotheca Scnptorum medicorum vet. & recent. 2 vol. 

Geneojee 1 73 1 

1988 DivinJB Scripture nempe Vet. ac Novi Teft. omnia Gr. cum variis 

left. — — ^— — ' Fran: of. apud Wechelium \ 597 

1989 Kircheri Turris Babel five Archontologia, cum Jig. Amji. 1679 

1990 Gramondi Hift. Gallias ab exceflu Henrici IV. lib. xviii. ch. max, 

corio turcica foliis deaur . ■ ■ Tolojee \6i^'i 

1991 Nic. Trotii Clavis Lingua fanfls. ■ — OxoK.\'j\q 

1992 Critici Sacri five Annotata dodiff. Virorum in Vet. ac Novum Teft. 

^vol, " ■ - '' i^ «I •--■ Atnfi. 1698 

»993 



54 Lihri Graci 6? Latiniy Folio. 

1593 Eochart de Animalibus S. Scripturae, 2 vol. ,~— — Lo»//. tSS^ 

J 994 ■ ■ Idem, 2 vol. corifi turcico. __— /^. i66j 

1995 Tertulliani Opera cum notfs Regaltii. ■ Paris ibf^ 

1996 Joa. Ruellii de Natura Stirpium libri tres, cb. ?nax. Paris opud Coli- 

n/rum 1536 

1997 Williighbeii Hill:. Pifciam lib. iv. cum rmiltis fig. ch. max. Oxon. 1 686 

1998 Compendiofa totius Anatomise Delineatio Mit. exarata per Tho. Ge- 

minum. ■ " < ■ — — Lond. 1 545 

1999 Leon, de Utino Sennones Quadragefimales de Legibus. Paris per 

M. Udalricum 147S 
«000 Seldeni Opera omnia recenfuit Dav. Wilkins, 6 torn. 3 vol. Lond. 

1726 

200 1 Philonis Judsei Opera omnia, ex S. Gelenii & aliorum Interpret, ab 

Ad. Turnebo & D. Hoefchelto edita & illuft. ■ Paris 1 640 

JOO2 S. Anfelmi Opera necnon Eadmeri Hill, novorum & alia opufcula 

labore ac fludio Gab. Gerberon. • ■ ■ lb, ijzx 

2003 Kircheri Ars magna fciendi in xii. libros digefta, cum fig. Amfi. 

1669 
1004 Ant. Sanderi Chorographia facra Brabantiae, 3 vol. cum fig. Hagtr 

Com. 1 726 
«005 Pitifci Lexicon Antiquit. Romanarum, 3 vol. a/wyfg-. lb. i-j^j 

iOo6 Car. Du Frefne Hiltoria Byzantina duplici comment, illuft. Paris 

t68o 

2OC7 Elmacini Hift. Snracenica Arab. & Lat. opera & ftudio Tho. Erpenii, 

ch.Tnax. ■ ■ L. Bat. 162$ 

2008 Hevelii Machina coelellis, five Uranicarum rerum Obfervationes, 

2 vol. I ", I Gedani 1 679 

2009 S. Bernardi Opera omnia edidit Joa. Mabillon, 2 vol. Paris 1619 
*oio S. Cypriani Opera rccognita & illuft. per Joa. Fell, accejfit Dod-ivelli. 

Diflertationes Cyprianicae, 2 vol. Ojfo;: 1682 

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2014 Tho. aKempis de Imitatione Chrifti, cb. max. corio turcicg deaurat. 
foiiis deaurat. • Paris e Typographia Regia 1 640 

Z0I5 Mich. Mcrcati Metallotheca Vaticana, opera & lludio Joa. M. Lan- 
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7016 Icones Animalium Quadrupedum, Viviparorum & Oviparorum quje in 

Hift. Animalium Con. Gefneri defcribuntur. — — Tiguri 1560 

7017 Hug. Grotii Opera omnia, 4 vol. Lond. 1679 

^018 Kircheri Latium, id eft. Nova & Parallela Latii turn vet. tum novi 

Defcriptio, cum fig. — ^- ■ ■ ■ Jmfi. 1671 

2x519 Cambdeni Anglica Normanica, Hibernica, Cambrica, a vet. Scripta. 

Francofi. 1603 
7.0Z0 Eullachii Tabulae Anatomicae, cum fig. - < ' - Roma: \ 708 

2021 '■' Idem, ctrio turcico. • — — lb. iyo'9 

2022 S. Hildeberti Opera accefT. Marbodii Opufcula ftudio Ant. Beau- 

gendre. ■ ' — _— Paris 1708 

2023 Augufts Regiajque Sabauda; Domus Arbor gentilitia authore Ferrero 

aLabriano, cum fig. • • ■ A.Taurinor \yoz 

2024 Defcriptio & Explicatio Pegmatum, Arcuum, &c. qua; Bruxeilae fuere 

fub ingreffuin ErnelU ArcJiiducis Auftriae. ■' ■ BruxelU 1 694 

z 2025 



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Libri Gr£ci & Latini^ Folio. 95 

2025 Chifhull Infcriptio Sigea, ch. max. — — Lond. 1721' 

2026 Antiqua; Infcriptiones duae, Grajca altera, altera Latina, cum brevi 

notarum & conjed Speciminx. — • ■■ lb 1736 

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Oxon. I JO J 

2029 Synefii Opera omnia, Gr. Lat. interp. Dion. Petavio, ch.max. corio 

turcico foliis deaur, ■ ■■ ■ Paris 1 63 3 

2030 Joa. Bochii hift. narratio Profedlonis & Inaugurationis Aiberti U lia- 

bellae Aullri:E Archiducum & eorum optat. in Belgium Adventus, 
cum Jig. • • — jintzv. aptid Plantin \~QZ 

2031 MifTale Romanum, cum fg. • • Venet. cpudJunSIcs 1563 

2032 Car. Le Cointe Annales ecclefiaftici Francorum, 8 vol. Paris e Typo- 

graphia Regia 1 66; 
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2034 Hen. Norifii Opera omnia, 4 vol. ■ Veronte 1729 

2035 Pilbnis Hift. naturalis Brafilia;, cum Jig. ■ L. Bat. 1648 

2036 Biblia Sacra Vet. & Novi Teftamenti juxta Vulgatum. Lutetia apud 

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2041 Ifaaci k Merici Cafauboni Epiftol;^ curante Theod, Janfon. Rotterd. 

1709 

2042 Kircheri China Monumentis, cum Jig. • ■ JImJi. 1667 

2043 Hen. Noris Cenotaphia Pifana Caii & Lucli Caefarum Diflertat. illuft. 

Venet, t68l 

2044 Junius de Pidlura Veterum. ■ ■ • ■ Rotterd. 1694 

2045 Joh. Friend Opera omnia medica. ~ — Lond. 1733 

204.6 Car. de Aquini Lexici militaris, 2 vol. • .Row^ 1424 

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2048 Molinet Hift. lummorum Pontificum per eorum Numifmata. Paris 

1679 

2049 Aldrovandi Opera omnia, 1 3 vol. cum multis Jig. exemplar, pulcher. 

Bononia 1 646 

2050 Biblia Interprete Scbaft. Caftalione, una cum ejufdem annotat. foliis 

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2051 — r— cum concordantiis Vet. & Novi Teftamenti. Lugd. 1520 

2052 VailLant Nurnmi antiqui Familiarum Romanarum, 2 vol. JtnJi. 

1703 
205.3 Hen. Mori Opera Theologica, corio turcica deaur. foliis deaur, Lond. 

1675 

2054 ■ " • Opera omnia'Philofophica, cdidit Joa. Cockfhuti, 2 vol. 

lb. 1679 

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Hierofolymitani. •• • ■. . Vienna: I'ZJ 

2057 



96 Lihri Gr^ci CsT Latiniy Folio. 

2057 Guil. Marlot Hiftoria metropolis Remenfis, 2 vol. corio turcica deaur^ 

foliis deaur. — Injulis 1666 

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2061 Joa. Raii Hift. Plantarum, 2 vol. — — Lond. 1688 

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Bononiee i 582 

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2065 Dccbales Curfus feu Mundus Aiathematicus, 4 vol. editio opt. Lugd. 

1690 

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2c6j Menologium Regula, Conftitutiones & Privelegia Ordinis Cifterti- 
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2068 Conradi Gefneri Hift. Animalium, cum fig. - ■ Tiguri u^^i 

2069 Tertii de Lanis Magifterium Naturae & Artis, Opus Phyfico-Mathe- 

maticum, 3 vol. • • Brixia 1684 

2070 Exercitia i'piritualia S. P. Ignatii Loyola;. Paris e Typograpbia Regia 

1644 

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diola7ii i6^Z 

2072 BoIJonii Epigraphica, corio turcico foliis deaur. A. Perafia 1660 

2073 EuRbii Thefaurus Temporum cum notis Scaligeri, editio opt. foliis 

der.ur. ^w/?. 1658 

2074 Brcviarum Equeilre feu de Equeftri Ordine Elephantino ejufque ori- 

gine, &c. Traftatus cum obiervat. Jani Bircherodii, cum fig. Haunine 

1704 

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1667 
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apud Plant in 1 6 1 2 

2077 Aldiovandi Dentrologia: naturalis fcilicet Arborum Hiftoriae, nm 

fig. _————,—— - ■ Bononia 1668 

2078 Fr. de Rofieres Stemmatum Lotharingiae ac Barri Ducum, foliis 

deaur. • ■ ■ Paiis 15 80 

2079 Marmoruni Arundellianorum, Seldcnianorum aliorumque Acad. 0.\on. 

donat. cum variis comment, edidit Maittaire. — — Lond. \jj,2 

2050 Miffiile Romanum, cum fig. foliis denur. Antv. apud Plc.ntin 1626 

2051 Reineiii Syntagma Infcriptionum antiq. ' ■ Lipfia: \i,%l 
2082 Aiorini Albologia Gallica, ch. max. corio turcico, lineis rubris, foliis 

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20S3 Galeni Opera Gr. ^\o\. exemplar nitidiff. Bofil. 1 53 8 

2034 AjforiiU Annales ecdeliaflixfi & civiles Britan. Saxon. Angl. 4 vol. 

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2087 Pontificale Romanum. • Ant-v. apjid Plantln 1627 

2088 Miffale ad ufum S. Ordinis Prsemonftratenfis. Paris c.pud Cra7}ioify 

1622 

2089 Mangeti Bibliotheca anatomica, 2 vol. ' * ' Gens'vre \bi^ 

2090 Pauli Jovii Opera omnia, 3 vol. ■ '■ Bafil. i;78 

2091 Serinerti Opera, 3 vol. ' Lugd. 1666 

2092 Zuingeri Theatrum humanas V it£, 9 torn. 4 vol. B.fil. 1586 

2093 Etmulleri Opera omnia, 3 vol. — A;::jl. 1 696 

2094 Pontani Rerum Danicarum Hift. lib. x. — ' Ih. 1631 

2095 S Chryfoltomi Opera Gr. 8vol. Eton. \b it, 

2096 Pfaltcrium in ufum Ecckfiae Auguftenfis, cum fig. illuni. faie loco r<ut 

anna 

2097 Biblia Sacra Vulgati editionis, corio turcica foliis denur. J\om^, ex 

Typografhia Jpoji, Vcdiccma 1592 

2098 W. Larii Reipublics Romanze in exteris Provinciis bello acquilitis 

conftitutas comment, lib. xii, — — Franco/. GpiidWechclium 1 598^ 

2099 N. Teftam. Gr. cum var. left, recenfuit Kufterus. Lipfi<e xyz^ 
2ICO Biblia Sacra Arabica & Lat. 3 vol. Rotikx, Tjpis S. Co-ngrcgat . de pro- 
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2 1 o I Kircheri .^dipus ^gyptiacus, hoc eft, Univerfalis hieroglyph. Vet. 
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Romi£ 16^2 

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2104 Joa. Tonfus de Vita Emmanuelis Pliiiiberti AUobrogum Ducis, Jug. 

Tc.urinor \ 596 

2105 Joa-. Hevelii Selenographia five Lunae defcriptio, cum fi.g. Gedard 

2106 Miffale ad ufum Ciftercienfn. ■ Paris i^2g- 

2107 .^des Barberinae ad Quirinalem a Cora. Hieron. Tetio defcripta:, cuvt 
fig. foliis deaur. • • ' ■ — — Roffne 1642 

2108 F. Strada de bello Belgico, 2 vol. cum fig. edit. opt. lb. 1632 

2109 Fr. Deleboe Sylvii Opera medica. G/v/:t'^ 1680 

21 ID Morini Comment, de facris Ecclefi<e ordin:it. Aynf:. it9; 

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& \xA\-3t fcriptores varii, 3 vol. — ■ Franco/. 1603 

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2113 Car. de Venafque genealogica & hiflorica Grimaldse Gentis Arbor,- 

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2114 Pontific.ile fecundum ritum S. S. Romans Ecclefiap. Lugd. 1542 

2115 Sibbaldi Lcfcriptio Scotis antiq. S: mod. -^ — ^ Edinh.^tti 
21 16 Lambard de prifcis Anglorum Legibus lib. Lat. & Sax. C'-ntah: 1644 

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21 19 Jac. Severtii Chronol. hiftorica lucceffionis hierarchic illuil. Archian- 

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2120 Vetus Teft. juxta Septurginta ex auftoritate Sixti V. Pont. I\'ir;3c. 

editum. ■ ' ' ■ Roma n.pud '^nettum 15S7 

2121 .Apollonii Pergsi Conicorum lib. v. vi. vii. &: Archimedis Aflumptorum 

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^S, Lfipri Gr^cl ^'J^atini, Folio. 

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21^24! p. ^ginetas Opus de re medica Lat. donatum per Joa. Guinterium. 

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2126 \'\ws\ Opera diplom. & hillorica, 2 vol. — — Lovanii 1723 

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212S Na.taljs Comitis urdverfe liift. fui Tpmporis lib. xxx. Venet. 1581 
21^9 Concilium llliberrkanurn adjunftis Meridozae & aliorum comment. 
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."'i, oor Roma 1646 

2131 % .^., , - Idem, eh. max. CU7H fig. » lb. \6<i6 

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- ■ Franco/. 1683 

HiS- Triftani Calchi Mediolenfis Hift. Patrias libri xx. ejufdem refidua. 
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2134 ^^- ^^^cedus dc Jure fuccedendi in regnum Lufitaniae. Paris apud 

Cramoijy 1641 

2135 Scriptores Rerum Brunfvicenfium edidit Guil. Leibnitius. Hancvera 

2136 StucJjii Aritiquit. convivalium libri tres. » L. Bat. 1695 

2137 Hevelii Dillertatio de n:ativa Saturni Facie, cum fig. Gedani 16^0 

2138 Piaccii I'heatrum Anonjmorum &: Pfeudonymorum, 2 vol. Hamburgi 

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2139 Pet. And, Matthioli Comment, in lib. fex Diofcorides de medica ma- 

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Fenet. «558 

2.140 Lud. Seckendcrf Comment. Hift. & Apologet. de Lutheranifmo, five 

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2142 Diol'coridis Opera omnia Gr. LaJt. cum notis Saraceni. ApudWcche- 

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214.3 Boneti Alercurias Compitalitius fivs Index Medico-Praflicus. Geneva 

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ad tempu^ D. Auguili ex Bibliotheca Fulvi Urfini. Romai^jy 

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214.6 Ettniulleri Opera omnia, 5 vol. edit lo opt. Fenet. i-ji^^ 

2447 BibliotLeca Cbniacenfis in qua S. S. Patrum Abb. Clun. Vicae, Mi- 
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Mcirt IVlarrier, corio turcica /oliis deaur. • ■ Paris l6l/^. 

2148 Hiitoiia Hialmira Regis Biarmlandiaj atque Thulemartris exfragmento 
■* Runici M>. literis recentioribui defcripta cum gemina verfione Jo. 

, V PeririM'-ioltiii. -— ■ Stockholm 17OO 

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2150 Gab. Bucelini Menologium Benediflinum Sandlorum beat, atque Dlufl. 

ejufdem ordinis virorum Elogiis illurt. ■ Vtldkv\hn \t:^^ 

2151 Hift. Anglicanse Scriptores X. cura Rogeri Twyfden. Li^ndv \b',^z 

2152 Chronica facri Monailerii Cafinenfis cum notis authore Card. Oftienfi. 
. .^ ,<.,;. r;.=::;c.;'i:_.-.v .r:lf^-//i 668 

2153 Geo. Agricola: de re metallica lib. xii. cum fig. — ; — Bcfd xb-^'j 

2154 Carufii Bibliotheca hiftoiica regni Sicilise, 2 vol. Pamrmr\'j%i 
2! 55 B. Flaccii Albini five Alehuuini Abbatis Opera, corio tur<ko fslris 

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-*l'57 Pet. Lambechii Prodromus Hift. Lit. >. Lipfife 1710 

2158 Mufeum Regium feu Catalogus rerum tam naturaliiim qiiam artifici- 

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2164 Bergeri Spicilegium Antiquit. cum fig. — — — CBrandmb.^^'t^'i 

2165 Ant. Auguftini in nummis vet. Dialogi xi. Lat.. redditi ab And. 

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2171 Geo. And. Bocklern Architedura cu.-^iofa nova, cw7i multis fi.guris. 

'■-'■■ ^ ■-■■- Norirnl. 166^ 

2172 Miflale Ambrofianum. ■ » ■ — — — . Fenet. 1609 

2173 Hieron. Natalis Adnotat. & Meditat. in Evangelia quae in S. S. Miflse 

facrificio toto anno leguntur, cutn fig. elegmitijfi: per Hieron. Wierx^ 
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2174 Rafponi de Bafiiica & PatriarcliO Lateranenfi lib. iv, cum fig. Rom-e 

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2x73 Vetuftiff. Tabulae ^Eneas Hierogiyphicis, h. e, Sacris ^gypttorum 
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2179 Math. Paiii Hilt. Angliae cum Gloffar. Gul. Wats, 2 vol. editio opt 

Land. i64< 

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::l86 M. Aurelii Caffidori Opera. lb. opudKi'velliwi I58( 

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.2199 Hiiloris Normannorum Scriptores antiqui, edidit Duchefne. Pari 

16 c 
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he did, in the Year 1647, i?/!prove it ^with Genealogical Tables 
^th Re/erences to the Pages ivhere eiery Per/on is mentioned 
alfg avith a nenv Index 0/ the iUuJirious Per/ons occurring it 
the abo've Hifiories ; all luhich, in their original MS. are bound «i 
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2200 Auguftinus de Legibus & Senatus-confultis, cum notis Fulvii Urfini 

ccrio turcica /oliis deaur. > - « » ■ * 5 ^4 

2201 Colledlio Conciliorum Hifpania;, diligentia Garfiae Loaifa elaborats 

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2205 Diettcrlini Archite£lura in Ling. German, cum figuris. Nurembergi 

1598 

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1470 
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2208 Ruinarti A(Eta primorum Martyrum. Jmji. 1713 

2209 Ant. Rod. Collius de Vita & Rebus gellis Nonni Alvarefii Pyreria;. 

Olzjipp. 1723 

22 1 Confufii Opera. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ Paris 1687 

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22 1 3 Arthuri a Monaft. Rothoniagenfis Martyrologlum Francifcanum. 

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2215 Augurt. Steuchi Eugubini de perenni Philofophia libri x. Lugd. apui 

Scb. Gryph. i r40 

2216 Juftini Martyris Opera omnia Gr. Lat. Paris afud Rob. Steph. 

'55« 

2217 Goldafti Conftitutiones Imperiales, 3 vol. «— — Offenbachti i6\9 

2218 R. Valturius de re militari lib. xii. cum Jig. illuminat . corio turcica 

de,.ur. — .^— ■ • Verona 14.72 

2219 F. M. Pecchii Tradlatus de aquaedu«^u, cum Jig. corio turcico. Ticini 

Regii 1670 

2220 Breviarium magnum ad ufum Parifienfem, cum Jir. lineis ruhris, fo/iis 

der.ur. — • ' - 1492 

Mr Maittaire had not feen this Edition ivhen he lurote his 
Anndes. 
2ZZ\ Blondi Flavii Opera. Bajil apudFroben i^^<) 

2222 Prodromus Iconicus Sculptitium Gemmarum Bafilidiani Amulaeti atq; 

Talifmani generis de mufaeo Ant. Capello. ■ Venet. 1702 

2223 Trailliani Opera Gr. — — _^ Lutetia apud Rob. Steph. 1548 

2224 - ■ idem cum variis MS. lineis ruhris, foliis deaur. lb. apud 

lb. is-48 
2725 Scrtorii Urfati de notis Roman. Commentarius. — Pataiii 1672 

2226 Pragmaticas Edifta, Decreta Regiaeque Sandliones Regni Neapolitani 

edidit Blafius Altimanis, 3 voJ. < Neapoli 16S2 

2227 Car, Sigonii Hiil. de regno Italic lib. xx. foliis deaur. Hanonjite 

Typis Wechelianis 1 6 1 3 

2228 Columnag Trajani Imperat. Defcriptio, cum multis Jiguris. Romir. 
zzzg Biblia Sacra Gr. exemplar priejlantijf. corio turcico deaur. Venet. opud 

Aldum 1518 

f Mefuae Opera omnia Lat. lb. apud Vincentium Valgrijium 1562 

223P < Scaliger Comment, in fex libros ds caufis Plantarum rheophrafti. 

{_ Apud Crifpin i 5 66 

2231 Tlio. Derapfteri de Etruria regali lib, vii. curante Tho. Coke, 2 vol. 

turn fig. foUti deaur. « , ■ . ■ ' ;■ ■ ■ Florentine i-jz^ 

I 2232 



i^OB Lthi Graci C*? Latiniy Folio. 

2232 Hieron. Mercurialis in omnes Hippocratis Aphorirm. Lib. Praclec- 

tiones Patavinx. ■ Bononi^ \ 61 g 

2233 fauli Jovii Hift fui.Temporis, exem/ar. pulcher. Paris, apud Vof- 

cofnn 1 558 

2234 S. dementis Alexandrini Opera Greece, ex Bibliotheca Medicea, 

chmax. — Florenti^, apud Torrentinum l^^o 

223; Avicennas Opera omnia Arabice. Rom^ in Typograph. Medicea l^g^ 

2236 P. Jovii Elogia virorum bellica virtute illuftrium veris Imaginibus 

fuppofita qu2 apud Mufaeum fpedtantur, /oJiii deaurat. Florentiee ap. 

Terrentinum 1551 

2237 Miflale ad ufum Infignis ecclefiae Sarifburienfis, cum Jig. Pjiris 5555 

2238 Jo. Marianas Hiftoriae de Rebus Hifpaniae, lib. xxx. To/eti 1592 

2239 Galeni Opera, gr. 5 vol. exemplar, nitidijf. Venet. apud Aldiim 1525 

2240 Car. Meichelbeck Hilloriae Frifmgenlis, cum fig. 2 'voL A. Vindel 1724 

2241 Epiftolae Diverforum Graecorum a Jac. Cuiacio Latinitate donatae. j^, 

Allob. 1606 

2242 Novum Teftamentum gr. , Luteti^e. apud Rob. St eph. iij^o 

2243 Puteani Hiftori^ Cefalpinac, lib. duo. ■ Mediolam 1 629 

2244 Bapt. Ports de Humana Phyfiognomonia, lib. iv. cum fig. Vici 1586 

2245 Veterinariae Medicinae, lib. ii. Joli. Ruellio Interprete. Paris, apud 

Colo7taum 1530 

2246 Rondeletius de Pifcibus Marinis, a//wyf§'. - ■ Lugd. 1554 

2247 Statuta Hofpitalis Hierufalem, cum fig. ■ Romee 1588 

2248 Privilegia & Statuta Ordinis S. Jo. Hierofolymitani, cum fig. ib. 1588 

2249 Jac. Severtii de Orbis Catoptrici, feu Mappanim Mundi Principiis 

Defcriptioneacufu. ■ ■ Parts \^<^% 

Zi^O Biblia Sacra Graeca, exemplar prasfiantiff, corio turcica deaurat. lintis 
rubris folds deaurat. ■• Venet. apud Aldum 151 8 

2251 Marihami Chronicus Canon iEgyptiacus, Ebraicus, Graecus. Land. 

1672 

2252 Pauli iEginetae Opera, Lat. ■ — Bafil 1^1,2 

2253 Hernandez Plantarum, Animalium, Mineralium, Mexicanorum Hif- 

toria, cum fig. ■ ■ ■ Romte^ \6^i 

2254 Ludolfi Hiftoria ./Ethiopica, cum multis'figuris, ij comment. 2 "vol. F. 

ad Man. 1681 

2255 Liceti Hieroglyphica, five Antiqua Schemata Gemmarum Anularium. 

Peta-vii 1653 

2256 JacobiLe Roy Achates Tiberianus, cum fig. Amfi. 1683 

2257 iiconis Magni Sermones, corio turcica deaurat. edit, 'vetuftiff. 

2258 S. Athanafui comment, in Pauli Epiftolas, lat. per Chr. de Perfonam, 

corio turcica deaurat. Romee, per Vdalricum Galium 1477 

Mr. Maittaire had an Account of this Edition from the Catalogue 
of the Barherini Library and M. Caille. 

2259 Prxftantium ac Eruditorum Virorum EpiiloJas Ecclefiaft. & Theolog. 

cdiditP. Limborch. ^;;;/?. 1684 

2260 Matth. Raderi Bavaria fanfca, 4vol. cum rnultis fig. per Raph. Sadelc- 

rum. — • '■ Monaci 1615. 

2261 Nic. Gruchii de Comitiis Romanorum, lib. tres. Lutetia, apud Vaf- 

cofinl^^^ 

2262 Hiftoria Sacra Sc Profana Archiepifcopatus Mechlinienfis, ftudio ac 

opera Corn. Van Geftel, <•«/« 7%-. • — H^'g^e Com. lyzt; 

2263 Hiftonae Regum Septentrionalium a S. Sturlonidae Coni'criptae, edidit 

Jolian. Peringskiold, — " mi.jji \i'. ..Stockholmiee 1697 

2264 



Lik"! Gr£ci ^ Latini^ Folio. loj 

2z64- Scardeopius de Antiquitate Urbis Pativini. Bafih apud Epijiopium 

1560 

226; Miffale Infignis Ecclefis Parillenfis reftitutum & emendatum Pet. de 

Gondy, Parifienfis Epifcopi jufTu tdatam, cum Jig. mira pulchtr. illu- 

minat. cano turcica deaurat. .foliis deaurai. Paris I 58 J 

2266 Car. Sigonius Hiftoria de Rebus Bononienfibus, lib. viii. foliis deaur. 

Franc. 1604. 
z^S'j Hippocratis Opera, lat. cum notis Martiani*. •■ ' ■ Romee 1626 
2262 Meriani Flbrileguim Renovatum & Auftum, cfim multis Jig. Francof. 

1641 

2269 Inghiramii Ethrufcarum Antiquitatum Fragmenta, cum fguris, ib. 

^ 1637 

^270 J. C. Claudini Empyrica Rationalis, lib. vi. 2 vol. Bononi/e 1653 

2271 Vitruvii de Archicedura, lib. x. Sexti Julii Frontini de Aquaeduc- 

tibus, lib. i. A. Politiani Opufculum quod Panepiftemon inlcnbitur 
A. Politiani in priora analytica Praeledio cui titulus eft Lamia, co- 
rio turcica deaurat. • ■ Florentia 1496 

2272 Hippocratis Opera omnia, pej Fabium Calvum latinitate donata, 

Romte 1525 

2275 Vegetius et alii Authores de re Militari, cum fg. Lutetits, apud We- 
^ chelium 1 53 2 

2274 Ulyfles Sirenes Praeterveftus ex delineatione Piglyana Subjedis aliis 

quibufdam de Ulyfle antiquat. Dialo^Q, illuft. a L. Begero, cum Jig. 

C. Bra7idei2b. 1703 

2275 Marinas Barletius Scodren. de Vita. Moribus ac Rebus Geftis Geo. 

Cattrioci Epirot. Principis, tegm. G/olerian. foliis deaurat. Argentor. 

1537 

2276 Pauli ^gineta:de reMedica, lib. vii. JaniCornano interprete, 2 vol. 

apud Hen Steph. 

2[ZJJ Joh. Simmontas Hiftoria Mediolani, exemplar pulchir. corio tjircicg 

deaurat. Mediolani 1479 

2278 Monumenta illuft. virorum et Elogia. Tradjeili ad Rh. 1671 

2279 Biblia Hebraica, editit Jof. Athias. — — Amji. x^i^'j 

2280 Chirurgia de Chirurgia Scriptores Optimi vet. et. recent. Tiguri 1555 

2281 Chrift. Clavii Gnomonices, lib. ofto. Romo', apud 'Zafiettum 1^81 

2282 Biblia facra Vet. et N. i eftament. 5 vol. literis quadrat, edit.antiq. 

fine anno aut loco. 

2283 Curtii Hortorum, lib. XXX. — — Lugd. apudlornafium iij,6o 

2284 Raph. Fabretti Infcviptiones antiquie. ■■ ■ . Rorms I'joz 

2285 Ant. Mongitore Bibliotheca Secula, five de Sciiptoribus liculis. Pa- 

nor mi j 708 
2:86 Areta^us de Caufis & Signls acutorum morborum latinc, apud Hen. 

Steph. 
2287 A. Tralliani de Arte Medica, lib. xii. Joan. Guinteri© interprete. 

ib. apudib. 
2233 RufH Ephefii de Appellationibus partium corporis humani, lib. iii. 
ejuldem de Vefica; hc reiium afFedibus ejufclem fragmentum, lib. 
de Medicamentis purgantibus a J. P. Cniili, lat. donatus eft, ib, 

apud ib. 

2289 CalTii Mcdicae qusftiones & problemata Ad, Junio interprete. ib. 

apud ib, 

2290 Eufebii Hift, Eccleliifticae & Pra-parat, & Demonftrat. Evangel.gr. 

2 vol. .— — Paris, apud Rob. Steph. 1544 

2291 



t^ 



104 Lihri Gr<ecl & Lalm\ Folio. 

»29 1 Fazellus de Rebus Siculis, /oliis deaurat. F. ad Mcenum apud tf^e- 

2292 Swedenborgii Opera Philofophica et Mineralia, 3 vol. corio turcico. 

Drefd. 1734 
1293 P. a Limborch Hiftoria Inquifitionis. ■ 1 ■ Jtnji. 1692 

»294 Tromii Concordantis Giajcas in Septuaginta Interpretes, 2 vol. Jmji, 

1718 

iGorlsei Thefaurus N'umifmatum Rom. Aureorum, Argent. & ^^re- 
orum accefT. ejufdem Paralipomena. ■■ Del/. \6og 

Jac. Schallingus de Natura Oculorum. ■ ' 16^5 

Praeftantium aliquot Theologorum qui Rom. Antichrillum prseci- 
pue oppugnarunt Effigies & Elogia, opera Jac. Verheiden. Hng. 
1602 
J2c;6 Poffevini Gonzaga, Caici operis addita Genealogia totius Familis, 
corio turcica deaurat.foUh deaurat. • MantUfS \bz% 

2297 Defcriptiones Indix Oriental is & Occidentalis, a variis Aufloribus 

Collecje, 6 vol. cum jig. Theodori de Bry. Franc. 1590. 1598 

2298 Roderici Toletanas Archiepifc. rerum in Hifpania geflarum Chroni- 

COVi, corio turcica. « • — — Granata ic^e 

2299 Cafp. 'i'aliacotii de Curtorum Chirurgia per Infitionem, lib. duo. cunt 
Jig, ' . ■. ■ i^enet. 1597 

«300 Folydori Vergilii Anglicte Hiftofiae, cum notis MS. per S. Simond. 
d^Enjoes. — . » — Bajil. 1570 

2301 Godwini Rerum Anglicarum Hen, VIII. Edw. VI. et IVjaria reg- 

nantibus Annales. ■ • Lotid.1616 

2302 Nicolai Piimi Pont. Maximi Epiftolas. Roma 1542 

2303 Philippi Bergomenfis Chronicon. ■ Fenet.n^oS 

2304 Jo. Bapt. Pignie de Pnncipibus Ateftinis Hifioriarum, lib. viii. corio 

turcica deaurat foliis deaurat. ■ Ferrnria \^%i^ 

2305 -Spelmani Concilia Anglia, 2 vol. — L0W.1639 

2306 'i ho Pope Blount. Cenfura Celebriorum Authorum. ib. 1690 

2307 Euclidis Elementa Arabice. Ronne, in typographia Medica 1594 
2jo8 Allronomia; veteres Authores omnes. Fenct. 1597 

2309 Rob. Gaguini Rerum Gallicarum Annales, cum Hub. Velleii Supple- 

mento. F. ad Manum \'^'i1 

2310 Kircheri Obelifcus Pamphilius, fa;« ^^. Roma \hi^o 

23 1 1 Socratis Sozomeni & Theodorici Hift. Ecclefiafticse lat. corio turcica 

deaurat. 

Mr. Caille furnifhed Mr. Maittaire with an Account of this 
Book, which is fo fcarce that he could not get a Sight of 
it. 
23 1 2 Marianx Hifloris de Rebus Hifpanix, lib. xj^v. corio turcica /oliis 

I,,,.,"! deanr. — . ■' To/eti \ ^gz 

23 1 3 Kircheri Mufurgia Univerfali?, five Ars MAgna Confoni et Diffoni, 

lib. X. 2 vol. cum /g. • " Roma 1650 

?3I4 Blondelli Genealogias Francije Plenior Affertio, 2 vol. Amji.apud 

Blaeu 1654 

2315 Geo. Agricol£E de Menfuris & Ponderibus Rom. atque Grace. Bafil. 

apud Frobcn iqjo 

2316 Raph. Fabretti de Columna Trajani Syntagma. Rorna 1683 
2^17 A£ta Sacri Oecumenici Concilii Florentini ab Horatio Juftiniano 

collefta difpofita, ihujlrata corio tutcico /oliis deauratiS' Romee 

1638 
231^ 



Ltbrt Cjf^ct cf Liaitfttf rolio. * 105 

2318 VidlVidii Opera omnia, 5 vol. ' Fenet.apud Ju^itas 161 1 

2319 S Lubienietski Theatrum Cometicum. ci^m fig, L. Bat. 16S1 

2320 -'. ■ ' Idem, corio turcica foliis deaurat. Amfl, 1668 

2321 Ant. Surgentis de Neapoli Illuftrata lib. cum nods Mutii Surgentis. 

Neapoluiboz 
2$z2 Joh. MefTenii Scondia Illuftrata, feu Chronologia de Rebus Scondix,' 

2 vol. ■ — — Stockholtnies 1 70O 

23 «3 Budoeus de AfTe & Partibus ejus. Paris, afudViifcofan 1542 

^324. In Quatuor Evangel. Comment, ex Ecclefiaft. Scriptoribus Col- 

le(5ti, novffi Gloffe ordinariae fpecimen. Paris, apud Rob. Steph. 

'S53 

2325 Quatuor Evangelia Arabice fcripta, latine reddita figurifque or- 

nata, cono turcica foliis deaurat. Ro?n<£, ex Typographia Medic ea. 

1619 

2326 Pfalterlum Romanum, Uteris initial, color at. Ant-v. apud Plantin. 

1664 

2327 Lindenbrogii Codex Legum Antiquarium, 2 vol. Fra>ic 161 ■} 

2328 MiffaJe Ecclefia; Parifienlis, //«m rubris. • Paris y^^<^ 

2329 '—. Romanum, Uteris initial, colorat. Ant^. apud Plantin. 

1620 

2330 Ph. a Limborch. Commentarius in Afta Apoflolorum & in Epiftolas 

ad Rom. et ad Hebrasos, . — Rotterd. 1711 

2331 Panvinii Marliani Vidloris & Boiflardi Topographia Roma?, cum mid' 

t is fig. 2 ^<ol, ■— '■— ■ Franc. 1627 

2332 Boccatii Genealogia Deorum. ■ Fi^centi^ i^8j 

2333 Lucerne Veterum Sepulchralis Iconicae ex Cavernis Romx Subter- 

raneis Colledas et a Pet. S. Bartoli, cum Obfervat, Pet. Bellorii. 
^ C. Marchica: 1702 

2334 Carufii Hiftorias Saracenico-Siculas. • Pannoni ij 20 

233; Ant. Caracciolus de Sacris Ecclefia; Neapolitan^-E Monumentis. Neap. 

1645 

2336 Joa. Ciampini vetera Monumenta, cum fg. corio turcica foliis deaur. 

Roma' 1 6go 

2337 Hefloris Boethii Hiftorias Scotorum. Paris, apud Du Puis 1574 

2338 Augurtinus de Trinitate. Typis quadrat, per Joa. de Jmerhacb 1490 

2339 BurLxus fuperodlo Libros Phiiicorum Ariltotelis. Venet. 1501 

2340 Angeli Politiani Opera omnia, exetnplar. nitidiff. Uteris initial, co- 

lorat. corio turcica deaurat. Venet. apud Aldu7n 1 498 

2341 Nic. Uptoni de Studio Militari, lib. iv. Johan. de Bado Aureo 

Tradatus de Armis Hen. Spelmanni Afpilogia Ed. Biflkus notis 
illult. cum fig. — — — — . Land, 1654 

2342 Rerum Brirannicarum Scriptores Vetulliores. Lugd. 1^37 

2343 Fr. PJiilelii Epillol^ Familiares. ■ Venet. \<^oz 

2344 Volturius de re Militari, lib. xii. -; • Verona \i^%i 

2345 L. Schraderi iVIonumentorum Italias. ■ Helm^ftadii 1592 

2346 Procopii Casfarienfis Arcana Hilloria, gr. lat. cum notis Nic. Ale- 

manni. • — — — Lugd. 1623 

2347 Platina de Vitis Pontificum. ^ Nuremb.14.S1 

2348 Biblia Sacra latina. — — . Venet, per Tbeod.de Reynjiurg l^yS 

2349 ^^- deStrads Genealogia et Series Auilrise Ducum. Franc. 1629 

2350 JEnei Sylvii Epiltola;, corio turcica deaurat. literifque initial, rubris, 

edit, antiq. . ■■ fne anno aut loco, 

O 23,-1 






100 Librt GrJct Z3 Latim, rolio» 

23^1 Rerum Angiicarum Scriptores port Bedam. LonJ. 155(5 

2352 L. Pstus de Menfuris & Ponderibus Romanis. • ■ — Fenet.i^-;'^ 
3353 Biblia SS. Vet. ac Novi Telbmenci, cum Scholiis Ifidori Clari. Vcn. 

Juntas I :; 64 

2354 Miflale Romanum, cum fguris. ■ ^enet.i^gz 

2355 J02.. Herculanus deFebribus, corio turcica foliis deaurat. Vmet. cfud 

yuntcis I 552 

2356 S. Epiphanii Opera, gr. Bpftl. apud Froben 1^4^ 

2j57 Bibliotheca Provincias Lombardiae facri Ordinis Frsedicatorum. Bono' 

ni^ logt 

2358 Photii EpiftolcE, gr. — Fe^iet. lyoS 

2359 Ant. Gabutit de Vita et Rebus Gellis Pii V. Pont. Max. lib. fex. ario 

turcicofoliis deaurat. - Rom^e, npud Zaj.mftum l6oc 

2360 Novus Orbis Regionum ac Infularum vet. ic incognit. Defcriptio, 

carlo turcica deourat. foliis deaurat. Pc-ris, o.pudGaleotum I 532 

2361 Cattenburgh Spicilegium Theologiae Chrillian^, 2 vol. A}i:Ji. \-j2^ 

2362 Johnfloni Hiftoria Rerum Britannicarum, /b/Z/j rfif'^wr^/. ib. 1655 

2363 MiiTale Speciale Item Cautcle circa defedus vel cafus in celebratione 

MifTe et Confecratione Euchariftie occurentes. Argentina 1504 

2364 Galeni Methodus Medendi vel de Aloribus Curandis 1 ho. Linacro 

interprete. — •— • Lnteti^ i^ig 

2365 Monumenta Sepulcrorum cum Epigraphis engenio et Doftrina ex- 

cellent, virorum exprelTa, per T. fendt. in ss incifa & aedita. 1574 

2366 Diofcorides de Materia Medica Sc Nicand. Theriaca & Alexiphar- 

mica, cum fcholiis graec. Fe/iet. 1499 

2367 Jac. BoiiTardiis de Divinatione 8c Magicis Praiftigiis, cum Jig. per 

Theod. de Bry. ' Oppenhcimii. 

23GS Tomus Gratias contra Latinos Grsece. • Venet. 

2369 Sibbaldi Prodromi Naturalis HiiloriseScotise. Edinb. 1710 

2370 Herm. Hugonis de Militia Equellri, lib. v. cum fig. Ant'v. epud Plan- 

tin 1630 

2371 Baleus de Scriptoribus Britannicis. Bpftl. cpud Opvrinum i 559 

2372 Orontii Finaei Opera Mathemacica. Paris, f'pudColinaum 1544 

2373 Martiani Capellae Opera, fo;-/o turcica deaurat. Mutin^e \^\^ 

2374 Petri Bembi Epiftolaj. — • Venet. 152 1 

2375 Blondi Flavii Forlivienfis Triumphantis Romse lib. editio zxA\(\. fine 

anno aut loco.. 

2376 O. Uredii HiflorlcC Comiuim Flandrias, aon fig. >• Brugisi^^o 

2377 B. Vidorii Comment, in Hippocratis PrognolTica. Florentine, apud 

Torrentiniun 15^1 

2578 Monumenta Landgraviorum Thuringije & Marchionum Mifnia: a 

Sam. Beyhero defcripta. ■ Gctha i6gz 

2579 Panvinii Epitome Pontiiicum Romanorum a S. Petro ufque ad Pau- 

lurn IV. . Venet 1557 

23S0 Olai Wormii Danica Literatura Antiquiflima vulgo Gothica dida luci 

reddita « • //,//;/> 1651 

238 J Coltrii Opera omnia, cum nMiltis P^^Iedaliis, 4 torn. 2 vol. Brug.ii;6'^ 

2382 Rerum Angiicarum Scriptores, vet. edidit per Gale, 3 vol. Ox. 1684 

2383 Ciampini de Sacris ^^dificiis a Conftantino magno Conftruftis Synopfis 

hiilorica, r«;;//q-. • ■ — — Romte \6g$ 

-384 Ultima Verba Fadtaque et Ultima; Voluntates Morientium Philoio- 

phorum Virorumque et f apminarum illuflrium coUefta & variis e 

Ling. 



TJhri Cr^d ^ Latini, Folio. 107 

Ling. In lat. ling, tranflita, lludio & opera Jac. de Richeboureq. 

2 vol. • -^mj}. 1721 

2 ?c S. Ambrofius fupcr Lucam, Uteris quadrat, corio turcica cieaurat. 

Augujia: 1 476 
This Edition has efcafed the Notice of Mr. Maittaire. 
2386 Nova & Amaniora de Admirando Fontium Genio Philofophia, Auc--^ 

tore W. Dobienski, cum fig. — ' Ferraris 1659 

23*^7 Severini de Refpiratione Pifcium Diatriba. • ' Jmji. \b6i 

2388 Biblia Sacra latina. Uteris initial, colorat. Neap. 1476 

Mr. Maittaire took his Account of this Edition from he Long^s 
BibUotheca Sacra. 
'2389 Nic. Eynierici Direftorum Inquifitorum, cum comment. Fr. Pegne. 

Venet. 1607 

2390 Authores omnes de Balneis. —r- — Venet. opiid Juntas i^i^"^ 

2391 Hcllandi liorologia Anglica, hoc eft clariff. & dodiff. aliquot Apglo- 

ram qui floruerunt ab Anno 1500, ufque ad 1620 Vivs Effigies 
Vitseet Elogia. Lond. 1620 

2392 Simeon. Archiepifcop. contra Ksret. Dialogus Graec. Venet. 
^393 Cluverii Italia:, Sicilias, Sardinias, Corficse & Germania^, antiquas De- 

fcriptio, 4 vol. cum fig. • L. Bat. apud Elz. 1624 

2394 Jamblichus, Proclus, &c. de Myfteriis vEgyptiorum, Chaldaeorum, & 

Afiyriorum, lat. • Venet. apud Aldu?n\\<^j 

239; Marliani Urbis Romas Topographia, cum fig. Verona 1540 

2396 M. Ant. Nats de Pulchro, lib. iex. — — . Venet. 1555 

2397 Nic. Cabei Pliliofophia Magnetica, cutnfig. .— — — Ferraris \()2() 

2398 Tomos Controverfiones Gr. — • Venet. 

2399 L. G. Gyraldus de Deis Gentium varia & multiplex. Hifloria. Bafil. 

apud Oporinum 1 548 

2400 Jamblichus de Myfteriis Liber, gr. lat. cum notis Tho. Gale. Oxon. 

1678 

2401 Hen. Harphii Theolog'ae Myflics. ■ C Agripp. 155» 
240 z PauliOrofii Hil^oria. lit init. ruhris, corio turcico deaurat^ Auguft.li^'/i 
2^03 Gorii Infcriptiones antiquje in Etrurite Urbibus Exftantes, cum fig. 

Florentine 1 7 26 

2404 Linfcotani Navigatio ac Itinerarium in Orientalem Indiani, cum fig. 

HagiT Com. 1599 
f Fifher de Veritate Corporis et Sanguinis Chrifti in Eucliariilia. Co- 

2405 < loniee 1527 
^ Jac. Fabri in Epiftolas Canonicas comment. Bafil. i^zj 

2406 Pet. Bembi Hiftorix Venets, lib. xii. — - Ven.i^^t 

2407 Pauli Orofii Hiftoria. • — ' ■ Venet. 1 499 

2408 Clerici et Hammondi in Vet. et N. Teftamenti, 6 voL Amfi. 17 lO 

2409 Tho. Sanchez Difputationum de Sanfto Matrimonii Sacramento, 

3 voL • • ■ ■' Ant'v. 1G07 

2410 Rob. Flud Opera omnia, cum fig. 6 vol. • ■ Opperihem. 1619 

241 1 Biblia interprete Sebaft. Caftalione, cum ejufdem annotat. et notis 

MS. — — ■ ■■ Bafil. apud Oporinum 1 5 5 1 

2412 Platyna de Vitis Pontificum, Uteris i?:if» ruhris corio turcico deaurcJ. 

Venet. 1479 

2413 Jo. Joviani Pontani Opera. - ■ ■ ■ VeJtet. 151Z 
«^14 A. T. Petronii de Viftu Romanorum et de Sanitate Tuenda, lib. v. 
■1 Romaf in ^dibu^ Poputi Romani 1 q 8 1 

O 2 2415 



io8 Lihri Graci 6? Latini, Folio. 

2415 B. Sjeddadi Vita & Res Geftas Sultani Saladini, arab. & lat. edidit 

Schultens. — . ■ L. Bat. 1732 

2416 Nic. Chrift. Radzivili Jerofolymitania Peregrinatio. Jntv. apud Plant. 

' 1614 

2417 Pubiii Optatiani Pcrphyrii Panegyricus diftus Conft?.ntino Augufto, 

corio turcica. ■ • ^. Vindel. 1 595 

2418 Index Librorum Prohibitonim et Expurgatorum Bernard de Sando- 

val julTu editus. — Matriti \6\z 

2419 Ed. VVotton de DifFerentiis Animalium. Paris, apud Vafcofan 1552 

2420 Tomus Charitatis contra. Latinos, gr. ■ Vemt, 
.2421 Per. Ant. Michelii nova Plantaruin Genera juxta Tournefortii Me- 

thodum difpofita, cmn fig. — — ■ Floretitia 1729 

2422 G. Joan. Voffii & Clarorum Virorum ad eum Epiftolae. Lojid. i6go 
.24Z3 Biblia Sacra L;tina, corio turcica deaurat. lit. init. ruhris. 1479 

2424 O. Verelii Manududio ad Runographiam Scandicam antiquam redle 

intelligendam. - — — ■ Vpfala 1675 

2425 Arcus Aliquot, Triumphal. & Monimenta Viftor. Clafficai in honor 

Jani Auftris Vidoris non quieturi, Audor. Joan. Sambuco, cmnfig. 

Jlnt'v. 1 577 

2426 O. Panvinii Faftorum, lib. V. — Heidelberga \^'i% 

2427 Graduale Romanum juxta Miffale ex decreto S. S. Concilii Triden- 

tini reftitutum. — — . • Ant'v. 1674 

2428 Poliphili H) pnerotomachia, cum Jig. — — Tawiftii 14.67 

2429 Bapr. de Groffis Catatenfe Decachordum, five Noviflima S. Catan. 

Ecclefise Notitia, cum fig. ——— Catan^ \hi\z 

2430 Aurea Legenda, iive Lombardica Hiftoria. Argentints 1483 
243 I Frontinus V'egetius ^lianus et Modeltus de re Militari. Bonon. 1 496 

2432 Theophrafti Hirtoria Plantarum Graece. Venet. opud Aldmn 1497 

2433 Rubai Hiftoria Ravennata?. ■ Venet apud Aldum xt^-jz 

2434 Laurcntii Juftiniani Opera. edit, ontiq. fine anno ant loco. 

2435 J*'- -^"^- ^'^nipani Opera omnia. Venet. fime amio. 

2436 Bartholomaeus Anglic us de Proprietalibus rerum. Nuremherg, i^g 2 

2437 And. Cirini de Urbe Roma ejulque Conditore Romulo Lib. corio tur- 

cica . ■ ■ ■ • ■ Pannormi \bG^ 

2438 Alceftis pro Marito Moriens & Vitai ab Hercule Reftituta ex MS. 

quod inter Regio Eleftor. Brandenburgica aflervatur Pighiano publici 
juris fecit & Dialogo, illuft. L. Beger. C Brandenb 1703 

2439 Baccuis de Naturali Vinorum Hiftoria, Roma, 1596 

2440 Sertorii Urfati Monumenta Patavina, cum fig. Patavii 1652 

2441 Petrarcha de Remediis Utriufque Fortune, corio turcica deaurat^ 

Cremona 1 492 

2442 Jo. Bapt. Urfi Infcriptiones. — — — • Neapoli 1642 

2443 Card. Beflarionis Opera. . Venet. apud Aldum 15 16 

2444. Statuta Urbis Roma;. Roma, in JEdibus Popmli Romajii 1580 

2445 Pii IL Pont. Max. Hiftoria Rerum ubique geftarum, cum Orat. Gul. 

de Rupeforti. ■ ■ Venet. 1477 

2446 O. Panvinii xxvii. Pont. Max. Elogia & Imagines ad vivum asneis 

typis delineat. — > Roma \f:^b% 

2447 Bapt Portze Phytognomonica, cum fig. Hamburg! \h%\ 

2448 Monumenta illuft. Virorum in JES incife ftudio Sigefridi Rybifch. F. 

ad Man. I 589 
2419 D. Capellus de Nummi?, ftfwyfg-. m, < ■ Nu r emburgi i6S^ 

2450 



Libri Graci fc? Latini^ Folio. iO(* 

2450 Jof. Repamontii Hift. Urbis Mediolani, 5 vol. • Mediohvti 1641* 

2451 Gerard, de Koo Hift. Auftriacas. cum Jig . colorat, corio tiirdco foliis 

deaiir. ~ • ■ — — Oenoponti 1 5 92 

24^2 Leges & Statuta Civitatis Veronae, Uteris init. colornt. Colonize 1475 

2453 Reynerus de Antiq. Benedidlionorum in Anglia. ■ Du.ui 1626 

2454 Ant. PofTevini Belli Montferratenfis Hiftoria ab anno 1612 ufque ad 

1618. ■ ■■ — — Mantua 1637 

24155 Paracleticc Greece. ■ _ ■ Venet. 1549 

2456 Werneri Fafciculus Tenaporum. ■ - lb. 148; 

2457 Crucii Turco-grsciae lib. viii, Sc Germano-graeciae lib. vi. Baftl 

1584 

2458 Biblia Sacra Vulgatae edit. Uteris init. colorat. — Venet. I478 

Mr. Mai tt aire had not feen this Edition njuhen he -wrote his An- 

7iales. 

E459 Charletoni Exercitat. de difFercntiis & nominibus Animalium, quibus 

accedunt Mantiflk anatomica & quiedam de variis Foffiliurn generi- 

bus, cum fig. '■ ' ■ ■ Oxon. 1677 

2460 Pauli Orofii Hift. corio turcica deour. editio -vet. fine anno aut loco. 
2460* Leonis Magni Sermones, corio turcico deaur. — — Venet. 1482 

2461 Parva Chriftianje Pietatis Ofiicia per R. Ludovicum XIII. ordinata, 

2 vol. ' ' ■ Paris e Topograph. Regia 

1643 

2462 C. Gahini Conciliationis Ecclefiae Arniaenas cum Romana Arm. & L^t. 

fine anno aut loco 

2463 B. Marliani Annales Confulum, Didatorum, Cenforumque Rom. a 

condita Urbe ufque ad Ti. L'aslarem. ■ Roma 1560 

2464 Rob. Monachus de bello Gallico contra Saracenos. — ■ Bctfitl 1533 

2465 Blondi Flavii Forlivienfis Hift. ab indinatione Romanorum Imperii 

lib. xi. editio primay corio rujfico. — Venet. l^Z'^ 

2466 Typicum Ordinis Ecclefiaft. gr. — — ■ Venet, 

2467 M. Velferi Rerum Auguftanar. Vindelicar. lib. ofto. ib. 1594. 
,r, 5 Martiani CapellaE: Opera, corio turcico foliis deaur at. VicentialJ^gg 

"^ ( Frontinus & alii Authores de. re Militari. Bononia 1496 

2469 A Codri Urfei Opera varia. editio antiqua,fiine anno aut loco. 

2470 .^n^ei Silvii Epiftclse. ■■■ '■ - Nuremberg. i^Si 

2471 Agathyus de Bello Gotthorum Lar. ■' ■ ■ Roma-, 15 16 

2472 Pappi Alexandrini Mathematicae Colledliones a F. Commandino in 

Lat. Converfe & comment, illuft. ■ ■ ■ • Pi/auri 1588 

2473 Pymander Mercurii Trilmegiftri, cum comment. Hannibal. Roffeli. 

Cracoma 1 5 85 

2474 Hieron. Faleti Orationes. ' — Venet. apud Aldu7n \z^^ 

2475 De Nominibus Propriis in Pandedae Florentini, cum Ant. Auguftini 

notis. ■ ■ i * • ^arracone 1 5 79 

2476 Leonardi Arctini Epiftolx Familiares, lib. viii. corio turcico deaurat. 

1472 

2477 Boldonii Theatrum Caifarl Montio Card. Sacrum, cum fis. Mediol. 

1636' 

2478 M. Dogen Achitedura Militaris, faOT_/fj. Amfi.apud Elz. 1647 

2479 Lud. Foliani Mufica Theorica. '■ — • Venet. ii^zg 

2480 Frontinus & alii Authores de re Militari. - Bcnonire 1^0^ 

2481 C. Ptolomaei Cofmographise Latine. — — — Viccntia 1475 

2482 Joan. Duns Scoti Qaodlibeia. Venet. per Jo, n. de Colonia I4;'7 

2483 ■ ■ " ■■ C^iaeft. in Tcrcium SvUtcrii. • ■ ■• lb. i^x^ 

248 f 



j-io Lihri Greed ^ Latin}, Folio. 

«484 Jo. Juvcnis de Antiquitate T.irentinorum Fortuna lib. o£lo. NeapoH 

1,-89 

«4S5 MifTale Bituncenfis Ecclefix, hneis ruhris. • Paris ti^zz 

«486 Rabbi Samuelis Scrutinium Scriptunirum, adjefta ejufdem S. Rabbi 

Samuelis ad Rabbi Yfaac Magillrum Synagogue literis quadrat, corio 

turcica decur. •■ Muntua 1 475 

This Book hns not been ti.ken notice of by Mr, Maittaire. 
7487 Kalendaria Petri de Rivio, corio turcica deaur. Imprejf. per Lud. de 

Rave/cot Lo'vanii ftne anno 

2488 Fafciculus Temporum. Per Joan. Ueldener ih. 1476 

2489 Joan. Simonetae Hift. Francifci Sphortise Mediolan. Ducis, corio turcica 

deaur. " ■"•■■■ ' i486 

2490 Saxonis Grainmatici Hill. Danicx lib. xvi. — Hifni^ 1644 

2491 Valdefius de Dignicate Regum Regnorumque Hifpaniae. Granateg 

160* 

2492 Theophylafti Comment, in Evnngelia Gr. ■ Romee \ 542 

2493 Pragmaticas Regni Sicilian, 3 vol. — — ■ «636 

2494 Pentecoftarum & Triodium Or. '— ■ ■ ■ Venet. 

2495 Diaconi Ephrem Sermones Latine, corio turcica deaur. Florciitire 

1481 
^496 Marini Becichemi Scodrenfis variarum Obfervationum colleftanea,}?»^ 

anno aut loco 

2497 S. Ifidori Palufiotae Epiil. Gr. Lat. ' Franco/. 1629 

2498 Albert de Eiib. Opera omnia. •■■' ■ ■ 1487 

2499 Joa. Efchuid fumma Anglicana Aflrologia; Judiciales. Vetiet. 1489 

2500 Reginaldi Poli pro Ecclefiailica; Unitatis Defenfione lib. iv. corio 

turcico. • ■ ■ • '555 

2501 Pontani Rerum & Urbis Amftelodamenfium Hift. cum Jiguris color at. 

Amji. i6ii 

2502 Roderici Santii Epifc. Palentini Hifpania compendiofa Hiftoria, corio 

turcica deaur. Roma per Udalricu7H Galium i^-]0 

2503 Rudbeckii Atalantica; feu Manheimii Pars tenia, cum Jig. Upfala 

1698 

2504 Speculum Vits humanae, corio turcica deaurat. tineis riibris, editin 

n>et2(ft. 
«505 Tradatus de Origlne Mundi, corio turcico deaur. Uteris init. colorat. 

Jine cnno aut loco 

8506 Lud. a Paramus de Origine & Progreffu Officii fanft^ Inquifitionis 

ejufque dignitate & utilitate, corio turcico feliis deaurat. Matriti 

1598 

2507 Math. Parker de Antiquitate Ecclefise Britan. & de Academia Cantab. 

cum notis MS. ■ — — ZoW. 1572 

2508 Hervagar Saga, id eil, Mulieris bellicofe, Hervora diflae, Hiftoria 

Lingua Succica, cum Interpretatione Lat. ac notis Olai Verelii. 

UpfaU 1672 

2509 Miflale Romanum, literis init. rubris. » ■ ■ Lugd. 1665 

2510 Mcnologium Gracce, 3 vol. ■ ■ • — Venet. 

2511 Jamblichus & alii Authores de Myfteriis iEgyptiorum. Paris apud 

Hen. Steph. 15 19 

25 1 2 Eufebii Hiftoria Ecclef. Latine. > — — fine loco ii^-j^ 

2513 Petri Blefenfis Epiftola-, corio turcica deaur. — Bruxellis ftne anno 

2514 L. Alberti Defcriptio totius Italias, cum Jig. colorat. Colonia: 1567 
251 j S. Eerniifdi Epiftola", corio turcico deaur, — — Bruxellis 148 1 

z^\6 



Lihri Graei & Latim, Folio. iil 

25i<i Albert! Magni de Animalibus lib. xxvi. ■■ Vmet, 1498 

25 «7 Buchanani rerum Scoticarum Hilloria, cutn notis MS. Edinb. 1582 

25 1 8 Rob. de Litio Opus Quadragefimale per utiliffimum quod de Pceniten. 

diflum eft, corio turcica deaur. ■ ■■ ' ' Venet, 1472 

7hts beautiful Edition has not been taken notice of by Mr. Matt- 

tcdre. 

2519 S, Auguftinus de Civitate Dei, corio turcica deaur. Fenet. per Nic. 

Jenfon 1 47 5 
this Edition has likcvAfe efcaped Mr. Maittaive' s Diligence. 

2520 Epicuri Philofophia per Petrum Gaffendum, 3 vol. Lugd. 1649 

2521 Hertfelder Bafilica S S. Udalrici & Afrse Auguft:e Vindelicorum Hift. 

delcripta atque seneis figuris illuil. A. Vindel. ibzj 

2522 Joh. Nider Preceptorium. « ■ Argentina 1^%^ 

2523 Ant. de Soufa LuUtania Liberata ab injufto Calkllanorum dominio, 

corio ti'.rc. decw.r^ foliis deaur. • Loud. 1645 

2524 Card. Bonaventurie de Tempore fimul d' Sandis perfruftuofum opus. 

Z^mollis 1 47 9 

Mr. Maittaire ivas obliged to ha-ve recourfe to M. Caille for an 

Account of this Edition. 

2:;25 P. Parifii rariora magnis Gr.TCiJe Numifmata. > 1683 

1526 Guill. Caonrfin obfidionis Rhodia: urbis Defcriptio, cu7n fig. Ulmaf 

1496 

2527 Fr. Baronii ac Manfrcdis de Majeftate Panormitana libri iv. Fanormi 

1630 

2528 Hjpparchi Bithyni in Arati & Eudoxi Phenomena lib. iii. Grasce. 

Florent. apud Juntas 1567 

2529 Jon. Magni Gothorum Suconumque Hift. Ram^n^^i. 

2530 F. Liceti de his, qui din vivunt fine alimentolib. iv, Patavii 161 2 
2?31 Statutorum Civilium Reipub. Genuenfis lib. vi. G^wa-*- 1589 

2532 Statuta Regni Polonis in ordinem Alphabeti digefta. Dantifci 1620 

2533 Hieron. Oforii de rebus EmmanueL Regis Lufuaniae lib. xii. Olyftppone 

'571 

2^34 Ortus Sanitatis, cumfiguris. Venet. IJ38 

2535 Vitruvii de Architeftura lib. x. cum Comment. Dan, Barbari, ^ 

figuris. — — . — — ■ — Ib.lt^dj 

2^36 Eufebii Praepar. Evangelica Lat. accedit Hieronymus de Viris illuftri- 

bus & Auguftinus de Mirabil. S. Scripturas, editio antiq. fine loco aut 

ayma 

2537 Joan, de Turrecrematis Card. Quasftiones Evang. de Tempore & de 

Sanflis, editio njetuft. 

2538 Ubertj Foliftae Hiftorix Genuenfium lib. xii. corio turcica foliis de- 

o.uratis.^ ■ ' ' Genu^ I:;8q; 

2539 Annotatio notabilium Do6lorum in libro Defloration. Patrum. Bafil 

H94- 

2540 Agrippas de occulta Philofophia libri tres. . 1^33 

2541 Libellus de vita & moribus Philofophorum & Poetarum, editio antij. 

fine anno aut loco 

2542 Liber Moralitatum elegantilT. magnarum rerum natural. Lumen Anima 

didlu?, foliis deaur. - ■■ ■ 1482 

2543 Nova Colle£tio & Compilatio Privilcgiorum Apoftolicorum Regularium 

Mendicantium in quibus ipfs Religiones communicant a Fratre Em- 
manuel. Roderico Lufitano edita. ' ■■■ . . 1 605 

2544 Biblia Sacra Vulgata Editionis. i»i Venet. 1476 

3545 



1 12 Lihri Gr<£ci £5? Latin! , Folio. 

2545 Tripartitum Opus Juris confuetufJinarii Inclyti Regni Ungarlx Steph. 

Werbeuzi, &:c. additis regulis juris antiqui. — ■ Vienna itzS 

2546 Joh. de Solorzani Difputationem de Indiarum Jure, 2 vol. Matriti 

f Alfredi Regis res geftas Lat. fermone a M. Parker edita?, cum 

2547 < 7ioti: MS. 

C Kirllenii Vit<e IV. Engelift. Lat. & Arab. BreJ!^ i6c8 

2-48 Kofa Anglica pradtica AJed. a capite ad pedes. ■ Venet. 1516 

2549 Car. Sigonii Hift. de Regno Italiae libri x\\ corio turcica deaur. foltis 

deaur. ■ " ■ ■ ■ ■ i ■. • Bononi^ l^So 

2550 Speculum humanae Vita;, /iteris ink, rubris. ■» Augujiina: 1471 

Mr. Muittaire took his Account of this Edition from M. Caille. 

2551 Regum Principumque Inllitutioab incerto autore Gentis Sueticce ante 

feculo nonnuUa patrio fermone confcripta in fermonum Lat. vertit. 
notifque illuft. ■ ■ — . Holmia 1 669 

2552 Fr. PhileJfi Epiftolae. ■ Venet. I487 

2553 Car. Sigonii Hift. de occidentali Imperio libri xx. corio turcica foliis 

deaurct. • ■ ■ Bononi^ '578 

2554 Statuta civilia Civitatis Bononiaj, ch. max. foliis deaur. Venet. per 

Valgrifiufn i 566 

2555 Serenifl*. AuftrisDucum, Archiducum, Regum Imperat. Genealog. seri 

incila a Wolfgango Kiliano. • A. Findel. 1621 

2556 Sueciae Regni Leges provinciales a Joh. Loccenio in Lat. ling, tra- 

dufts & notis illuft. foliis deaur. »• — Holmia 1672 

2557 Alvari Gomeci de rebus gellis Francifci Ximenii libri o6>o, foliis 

deaur- • — — . Compluti 1 569 

2558 Werneri Fafciculus Temporum. ^— Venet. 1480 

2559 S. Cypriani Epiftola;, corio turcica deajtrat. ■ lb. 1483 

This Edition has not been mentioned by Mr. Maittaire. 

2560 Speculum humansE Vita; editum a Roderico Epifc. Zamorenfi, exem- 

plar pulcher. Uteris init. illuminat. corio turcica deaur. Paris per M. 

TJdalricum 1475 
This curious Edition has been omitted by Mr. Maittaire. 

2561 Authores omnes de Morbo Gallico. Venet. apud Zilettum 15(6 
2j62 Leonardius Arctinus de bello Italico adverfus Gothos, Fulginei 

1470 

2563 The. Fazellus de rebus Siculis, corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. 

Panormi I 560 

2564 Malvafiae Marmora Felfmea. ■ — — Bononite i6go 
2)65 Statuta Urbis Ferrarirc, foliis deaur. ■ Ferrari ^e 1566 

2566 Liturgix five Miflx fandorum Patrum Gr. Lat. Paris npud Morell. 

1560 

2567 Rubei Hift. Ravennata lib. x. corio turcica foliis deaur. Venet. 1572 

2568 Baccuis de Thermis. Roma i6z7. 

2569 Biblia Sacra Lat, Uteris init. colorat. — ■ »■■ ' fine locoMfid 

2570 Jacobi Picolimini Epiflolaj & Comment. Mediolani \ ^06 

2571 S. Auguflinus de Mirahilibus S. Scriptura;, editio perantiqua. 

Z572 Corn. Celfi de Medicina lib. viii. corio turcica deaur. Mediola?ii 1481 
2;;73 Math. Parker de Antiquitate Britannicae Ecclefiae, cum notis MS. 

Land. 1572 

2574 Diofcoridis de medicinale Materia libri fex Joa. Ruellio interprete, 

mm fig. colorat. corio tu>\i(a. > • ,. Francof. 1583 

2 2,75 



Lilri Gr^ci ^ Latini^ Folio. 113 

2575 Eufebii Profperi k Match. Palinerii Chronica, corio turcico cleaurat. 

Jpzid P. Lava^jiiu. 
2:;y6 Werneri F.tfciculus Temporum, cum fig. •• ' ■'■ 1481 

2577 Pet. de Salaz:ir de ufa Sc confuetudine LuriaeGranatenli^. Sego'vza 1 568 

2578 Julii Solini ds fuu orbib terrarum & memorabihbus qus Mundi ambitu 

continentur lib. corio turdco deuur. Venet. cpud Nic. yen/on 1473 

2^79 ^ncae Silvii Opera omnia, corio turcico dec; ur. Roma: I 475 

2580 Leo. Aibertus de re xdificatoria, corio t-a-cico deaur. FloretiticS 1485 
25S1 Corn. Ct■l^u^ de Medicina lib. viii. corio turcico deaur. lb. 1478 

2582 Petri de Crcfcentiis I.ber ruralium Commodorum. Loi^^n per Joan. 

de Wejifuliz \ 474 
25 S3 Bartholomaeus Anglicus de Proprietatibus rerum, corio turcica deaur. 

Colonies 1483 
2584 Hieron. Savonazolaz Triumphus Crucis de verita'te Fidei, corio turcico 

deaur. editio 'vctujl. 
258^ Synefu Epiic, C}'renes Opera Gr. Paris c;pud Tumebum i^i^-^ 

2j86 Joh. Boccacii de Certaldo de Mulieribus cLris lib, corio turcico de.mr. 

IJbn^ 1473 
2^87 Bonifacius Symonetus de Pace fervanda. — — Venet, five anno. 

2588 Miflale Romanum. ■ Jb. «482 

This Mifilil hcs not been mentioned by Mr. MiJttaire. 

2589 Hifloria Deilrud^ionis Troias per Guidon de Columna, editio antiq. 

fiitie anno aut loco. 

2590 M. Ant. Ulmi Phyfiologia Barba; humanJE lib. iii. Bononi>e 1602 

2591 P. Pingoiui AugallaTaurinorum. • — Turini i^jj^ 

2592 Apollonii Pergsei Conicorum lib. iv. Lat. cum Pappi Alexandrini 

Comment. — Bononi^ 1^66 

2593 "Lycorthenis Prodigiorum ac Oiicntorum Chron. cum. fig. Bofiil I557 

2594 Stepii. Nigri Dialogi acceff. PbiloAra.ti Hcroica. Mediolani 15 1 7 
259^ MiiT.ile Rom. ad ufum Diocefis Herbipoler.nj. ■ Bcfitl\^o() 

2596 Origenis contra Ceilum Lat. per Chr. Perionam, corio turcico deaurat. 

Romt£ 1481 

2597 Aliffale Romanum, cum fig. fiolUs deaur. Paris apudJacKernier X^f^ 

2598 Antoniana Alargirit;, Opus nempe Phyficis, Kiedicis ac Theologicis 

non minus utile quam nectlTirium, per Gomotum Perciram. 1554 
2i;99 Bartholomeus Angiicus de Propiietat. rcrum, lit. init. rubris. 1482 

2600 Fr. Petrarcha; Opera, fioUis deaur. ' - — Bafiil 1496 

2601 Jac. Fontmi de bello Rhodio lib. iii. & Rob. Monachi de beilo Chri- 

ftianorum PrinciJ3um contra Saracenos. Paris apudPf'echel. I 540 

2602 Platyna; de honeita V'oluptate 5: Valetadine lib. corio turcico deaurat. 

editio 'vet. fiine anno aut loco. 

2603 Paulus Jovius de Rom. Piicibus, cum 7iotls MS. — — Romis 1524 

2604 Pina Catholice Grxjce. .T''.^» fi"^ anno. 

260^- Tho. Melfinghamii Vitre & Afta SaniSlorum Hibermae. Paris 1 624 

2606 Nova Statutorum Ordinis S. Joa. Hieroiblymitani, corio turcico fioliis 

deaur. , . .. , , __— Matriti 1 577 

2607 Inchofer Conjeftatio de Epillola B. Virginis ad McfTanenles. 1631, 

2608 Regni Sicilize Capitula noviffime accurat, diiigen. imprefTa. Panor.ioz^ 

2609 Speculum Exemplorum ex diverlis lib. in unum colletSlum, liieris quad. 

Di.'vcvt. 1481 

2610 Joh. de Turrecremata in Pfalteriam, corio turci.o deaur. Uteris init. 

colornt. • .. — Rom.e per LiipumG.Mum \.\'j(i 

P 25u 



114 Lihri Gr^eci G? Laiiniy Folio, 

261 1 Gul. Poilclli de orbis terras Concordia lib. iv. corio turcico foliu deaur^ 

fine loco (lut anno. 

2612 Pauli Belli de Epiftola Deiparx Virginis fcripta ad Mcffanenfis Differ- 

tatio. -«- ■• — ■ • Mejfan/e xt^j 

zbi'i Onus Ecdefi^ five admiranda ac plane obftupenda de vii. Ecclefiae 
Statibus, Abufibus quoque graviff. & futuris Oalamitat. ex Sanftor. 

Prophetiis & novarum Revelat Vaticiniis. Colon i^^i 

f Boethi Arithmetica. • Paris apud Hen. St eph 1503 

K- 3 Stoflerini Flucidatio Fabrics Uiufque Aftrolabii. Oppenheim i 5 13 

^ I Textus de Spha;ra. — — — Paris 1 <; 1 1 

(^ Pauli Veneti lib. max. de compofit. Mundi, cum Jig. — lb. 
261 5 Auguftinus fuper Pfalterium, editio antiq. Jine a7ino aut loco. 

2616 Meditat. & Contemplut. Rev. Patris Dom Joannis de Turrecremata, 

cum fig. ■' ' ' ' • Rom/e per Ud.ilricum Galium 1473 

2617 Decreca Sabaudi^ Ducalia tarn vetera quam nova, corio turcica deaui^. 

Taurini 1477 

2618 Legenda Sandorum, Uteris init. color ot. • Colonial '47^ 
1619 Imagines quorundam Principum & illuft. Virorum. — Vtnet. 1569 

2620 Zophilogiuni editum a Fratre Jacobo Magni de Parifiis, editio antiq, 

f Olai Wormii Antiquit. Danicae, Literat. Runica, Lexicon Runicum, 

2621 < Monumenta Runica addimenta Fafti Danici. Hofni^ 165! 
^ t ■ de aureo Cornu, cmn fig. lb. 1 644. 

2622 Petri de Crefcentiis in Commodum Ruralium lib. xii. Lat. & Gall. 

cumfi.g. " • " Paris 1506 

2623 Fr. Viets Pulatio Kalendarii Vere Gregoriani. ■ lb. 1602 
-. C UUladius de Secretis Naturae, cum fig. ■ Jrgentorat. 1528 

2024 I (jom. Agrippn^de occulta Philofophia lib. iii. ^- 1533 

2625 Olai Wormii Monumenta Danica, cum fig. — • — H(fim^\6^^ 

2626 I^iath. Parker de Antiquitace Britan. Ecclcfia;, corio turcico fioliis deaur. 

Lond. 1572 

2627 Leonard. Arctinus de bello Italico adverfus Gothos, Uteris init. ilium. 

corio turcica deaur. ■ ■ - ■ Fenet. per Nic. y en/on 1 47 1 

2628 Marfilii Ficini de V^ita Liber, • ■- Folrent. 148^ 

g^ ( Pii n. Pont. Max. Epillolas. 1487 

°| Ovidii Nafonis dePonto Liber, editio antiq. fime anno aut loco. 

2630 Galeotd Marcii Narnieufis de llomine Liber, fiine loco aut anno. 

2631 ./Egidii Calerii Sporta & Sportula Fragmentorum, corio tutcico deaur. 

Bruxel. 1478 

2632 Dialogus Creaturarum Moralifatus, omni Materias morali jocundo & 

aedincativo modo applicabilis, cum fig, • • Antv. i486 

2633 Joan, de Turrecremata in Pi'aherium, corio rujjico. Uteris init. colorat. 

Roma per Lupum Galium 1 4.76 

2634 Blondel de Thermalibus Aquis mineralibas Aquis granenfibus. Aquis- 

grani 1682 
263 5 Poi tiforium feu Breviarium ad ufum Eccleiix Sarifburienfis, Paris 

a')36 Legerda aurea feu Vitse SaniSlorum. " Lugd. 1509 



Livrti 



( 115 ) 
Livres Francois^ Folio. 

2(J37 T E RoMANT de la Rofe, en let t res gothique a^vec fig. Lycn 

JU . , «503 

2638 La Grande Oppugnation de la noble Cite de Rhodes prinfe nagiieres 

par Sultan Seliman le Grande Turque, redigee efcript par Jacques 
Baftardde Bourbon, en Icttres gothiques. — — — Paris 1^26 

2639 Le Triumphe des neuf Preux, a'vec fig, en lettres goth. Abbe^vil 1487 

2640 La Salade novellement imprimee, a'vecfig. en lettres gothiques. Par'u 

fans date. 

2641 Les Genealogies & anciennes Defcentes des Forefliers & Comtes de 

Flandre par Corn. Martin, a-vcc fig. — — — Annjers 1598 

2642 Les Di£ls des Philofophes, a'vec Jes lettres capitale painte. Brugis par 

Colard Ma?if \\-] "i 

2643 Reymundo de Crecia, en lettres gothique, doree fur la tranche, edition 

antique^ fans place ou date. 

2644 L^ Jardin de Plaifance & Fleur de Rhetorique, en lettres gothiques^ 

avec fig. ' — — Paris, fans date. 

264.5 L^ Genealogie avec les Geftes & nobles Faitz d'Armes de Godeffroy 

de Boulion & de fes Chevalereux Freres Baudouin & Euftace, en lett. 

gothiques, a'vecfig. • ' ' ■ ■ Parisian 

26^6 Armorial univerfel contenant les Armes des principales Maifons, Eftatz 

& Dignitez dra plus confiderables Royaumes de I'Europe, blazon- 

ners de leurs Metaux, par C. Segoing. Paris 1 664 

2(^47 Le Triumphe d'Anvers faitl en la fufception du Prince Philips Prince 

d'Efpaignne, ai'ec fig. • ■ " ■ - ■ ' - " ' ' • J>!--vers i :;^g 

2648 Les Clarcifleinent de la langue Fiancoyfe compofe par Jehan Palf- 

(f grave. .— — — — ■' - Land. 1530 

2549 Le Livre des ruraulx Proufite du L:ibour des Champs compile par 

Pierre de Crefcens, en lettres gothiques, a'vecfig. relie en maroqum, 

doree fur la tranche. ■ . ■ Paris \^%(i 

2650 Les Fais Maiftre Alain Chanier, en lettres goth. lb. 148^ 

2651 Hiftoire des Poiflbns par Rondelet, a'vecfig. — ■ ' - Zyoz/ig^g 

2652 Le Champion des Dames, en lettres goth. a'vec fig. fans place ou date. 

2653 L'Art de bien vivrc & de bien mourir, en lettres gothiques, ai>ec fig. 

Paris 1493 

2654 Le Romant dela Rofe, en lettres gothiques eve c fig. relie en tnaroquirr, 

edit, aniiq. fans place ou date. 

2655 HiftoireGenealogique de la Maifon de Gondi par Corbinelli, gr. pap. 

a'vec fig. relie en tnaroQiiin, doree fur la tranche, 2 tom. Paris \-jO\ 
265^ Les Seaux des Comtes de Flandre, avec fig. Bruge 1641 

2657 La Milice Romaine avec le Tradudion de Flave Vegece, par Jacques 

Wallhaufen, e.<i;ec fi.g. ' Francf. 161 6 

2658 Hiftoire Romaine extraid de Tite Live & autres auteurs, en lettres 

gothiques. .— — — ■. . . ■ - '■ Paris 1 5 28 

2659 Difcours de la Religion des anciens Remains par Du Choul, a'vecfig. 

Lyon 1556 

2660 Vraye InflruiSion de TArtillerie & de toutes fes Appartenances par 

Diego Ufano, avec fig. ■ A.Zutphen 1621 

P 2 2661 



il6 Livr^s Francois^ Folio. 

2661 Les Armes triomphantes de le Due d'E^ernon pour le fujet de fon 

Entree faite dans leville du Dijon, anjec fy. ■ Dijon 161^6 

2662 Hiiloire metalique de Guillaume III. Roy d'Angleterre, c'vec les Me- 

dailes. ■ ■ ^-1 Amjl. 1 69 2 

2663 La Perfpedive de Sam. MaroloiSj a'uu gronde nomhre des jig. entc-ille 

douce. — \^ . - ■ lb. 1662 

2664 Flave Vegece & autres autheurs de Guerre & Fleur de Chevalierie, 

en lettrei gothiques, anjec gm^iJe Jiombre des jg. tres proprement pcinte. 

Pnris 1536 

2665 Le fuint Voirge & Pelerinage de la Cire S. de Hierufalem conipofe par 

bern. de Breydenb.ich, en lettres goth. a^jec Jig. — • — 7/f. 14S9 

2666 Les Illuilrations de la Gaulle Belgique, Antiquitez du Pays de llayn- 

nau & de la grande Cite de Beiges, en lettrcs goihiques, relie en ma- 
roquin, doree fur la trc.nche. ' lb. 153' 

2667 Memoires pour fervir a THilloire Ecclefia^T.ique des fix premiers Siecles 

par Tillemont, 10 torn. ^ vol. Bruxelles iji'^ 

2668 H:ll. dela Peinture ancienne extraivTte de I'Hifr. nat. dePline.LoW. 1725 

2669 La Genealogie des Conites de Flandre depiiis Badouin Bras de Ecr 

jufques a Philip IV. Roy d'El'pagne par O. de Wree, wvec jig. Bruge 

1642 

2670 Le grand Art d'Artilkrie, c^ecifig. •- Francj.\6j(> 

2671 La Chronique Martiniane de tous les Papes qui furent jamais & finiil 

jufques au Pape Alexandre decede 1503, en lettres gothigue, doree 
jur la tranche. — — - ■ " > Taris par Ant. Verard. 

z^-jZ Le. grande Couilumier du Pays & Conte du Maine, en lettres gothiq. 
doree fur lo. tranche. Paris 153.5 

267J Hift. du tres-noble, viftorieux & excellent Roy Perce Foreft, Roy dc la 
Grande Bretaigne, 3 torn, en lettres gothiqv.es, relie en maroquin, do- 
ree fur la tranche. « " ■ ■- < ' ■ /^.153* 

2674 Hilt, de Sable par M. Menage. ■ /^ 1^33 

2671; L'Art Ue Charpenterie de iVJathurin JoufTe, aryec fig. Ih.ijQZ 

2676 Difcours Hillorial de Tantique Cite de Nifmes par Jean Poldo d'Al- 

benas, an:ec fig. • Lyon par Rouille \ '^60 

2677 Hiftoire & Cfironique memorable de Jehan Froiifart, 2 torn, relie en 

?naroquin, doree fur la tranche. '• •• — — Paris 1^7^ 

2678 Les Armoiries des Conneftables de France par Jean le Feron, aivec 

leurs Ar7nes proprement pei>ite. •■ • lb. lOzS 

2679 Les Chroniques de France (appellee la Chronique de S. Denys) com- 

piles par rOrdre du Roy Charles VIIL relie en maroquin, doree IS 
'tnarbree fur la tranche. > • lb. '47^ 

2680 Les 'I'ombeaux des Perfonnes illufti es avec Icurs Eloges, Genealogies, 

Armes & Devifes, par M. Laboureur. — ■■ Jb 1642 

2j8t Hifl:. des Oyfeaux par Belon, a'vccfi.g. reglee iff doree fur la tranche. 

lb. 1555 

2682 Plr.ntz, Pourtraitz Si Defcriptions de plufieurs Villes & Forterefr<3d4anc 

de TEurope, Afie & Afrique que des Indes & Terres neuves, par 
Ant. du Pinft reglee. Z,jo« 1564 

2683 Sommaire Explication des Mots ufitez au Blafon des Armoires par L. 

Geliot, aijec les Jrines proprement printe. • Pa' is 16^^ 

26^4 Commentaire du DroiCt Civil, tant public que prive, obferve au Pays 

& Duche de Normandie par Guill. Terricn, doree fur la tranche. 

Paris, chex Du Puis 1578 

258^ h ' Memoires de Martin Bellay. * . ■ lb. \^(9 

zb'66 



Livres Francois, Folio. 117 

26S6 Les Memolres de Caftelnau, 2 torn. ' - Pnris i6$g 

2687 HiHoke de Berry, par Jean Chaumeau, reg.'ee. Paris, per Jnt. G,y- 

phius I q 66 

26s 8 Memoires de I'Hiftoire de Lyon, par Guill. Paradin. Lyon, per Ant. 

Grypbius i 575 

2689 Hiftoire & Cronique dc Jehan. FroIfT.irt. reglee i^ doree, fur la 
trtnche. • Lyon, per y-n de Totirncs 1 1559 

4690 Difcours fur Ics Arcs Triomphaiix drefTes en l;i Villa d'Aix a i' ar- 
rive de Monfieur Ic Due de Bpurgogne, & le Due de Berry, relie 
en 7naroquin d.oi ee fur la tranche. • •• yi'x I'jOl 

2691 Les iNavigationes Orientales de N. de Nicolay, an:ec fig. pe'rnie. Lyon. 

par . Rouills I 568 

2692 La Bibliotheque du S. de la Croix du Maine. Puns 1684 

2693 Tables Genealogi.|Lics des Maifons ties Dues k Pairs de France, par 

St. Martin, n'vec fi-y. P.iris \ 664 

2694 Hilloire Genealogique de la Maii'on de Bethune, par du Lhefne. ib. 

1639 

2695 F.xplication de Plufieiires Ima'^es, Emblcmes, & autres figures hiero- 

glyphiqaes tii ee des Recherches & des fig. de Cefar Ripa, par Ba- 

douin, woec fig. - ■ ■ • '— • Paris 1644 

26(.36 La Chorographie & I'Hiftuire de Provence, par Honore Bouche, 

2 torn. — ' Aix !664 

2697 Chronique de Savoye, par Guill. Paradin, cvec les Armes de la No' 

bleffe peinte. ' — ■■ Lyon, per Tournes 1 561 

2698 Les Lois, Statuts et Ordonnances Roiaux faiftes par les Rois de France, 

rcglec. • Paris 1 1^43 

2699 Hiftoire Generale des Drogues, p;r Pomet, aiecfi^. ib. 1694 
f L'Art de Bien former charger, Brifer, Timbrer & par Confequeat 

27CO < ElafTonner toutes les Sortes d'Armoires, par Devarennes. /<^. 1635 
(_ Indice Armorial, par L. Geliot. i/^. 1635 

2701 Commentaires Hieroglyphiques, ou Images des Chofes de Jan Pierius 

Valerian, reglee. . Zj'o». 157(5 

2702 Hilloire de Bretuigne, relie en maroquin doree, i^ doree fur lu tranche. 

The Imprejfion of this Book ivtis conipluined of to Hen III. of 
France, as cont.'ining Things injurious to the Honour of France, 
ivho order'' d the Copies thit could be found to be cajirated. 

2703 Oeuvres de Francois de la Motthe le Vayer, 2 torn. Paris 1656 

2704 Les Chroniques de Monftrelet. 3 torn. ib. 1596 

2705 Hiftoire de la Ville de Marfeille, par Ant. de Ruffi, relie en Maro- 

quin doree fur la tranche. ' Marfeille 696 

2706 La Bible, contenant le V. & N. Teuament. en lettres gothiques reg. 

Niufkfel i^')>'i 

2707 Les Grandes Annales & Hiftoire Gtnerale de France, par Belle-Vo- 

reft. 2 torn, relie en maroquin doree, reglee et doree fur la tr.nche. 

Paris 1679 

2708 Les Memoiresde Monf. le Due de Nevers, par Gomberville, 2 torn. 

Paris 1665 

2709 La Vie de Michel Ruiter, par Gerard Brandt, a^ec fig. Anift. 1698 

2710 Memoires de THiftoire du Langu.-(ioc, par Guill. de Catel. Tol.xd't^'^ 

2711 Confiderations Hirtoriques fur la Genealogie de la Maifon de Lor- 

raine, par Louis Chantereau le Febure, grande Papier , relie en ma' 
roquin, doree fur la tranche. ■ ■ ' ' " ■ Paris xti^z 

2712 






ii8 Livres Francoh, Folio. 

2712 Eloges & Difcours fur la Triomphante Reception du Roy en fa Ville 

de Paris, apres la Reduction de !a Rochelle, ai-ec fig. relit en ma- 
roquin doree^ regie e isf dor ee fur la tranche. Paris 1629 

2713 Hilloire du Marefchal de Toiras, par Mich. Baudicr. ib. 164.4 

2714 Hiltoire Generale du Dauphine, par Nic. Chorier, relie en maroquin, 

doree fur la tranche. •• —_— 1 661 

2715 Etat de la France, par Boulainvilliers, 3 torn. Lond. 1728 

2716 L'Kiftoire Genealogique (les Comtes de Pontleu et Maieurs d'Ab- 

beville. Prrisi6-,j 

2717 La Fortification DemonHree & Reduifte en Art. par Errard de Bar le 

Dae. a'vec fig. ■ ' ■■ ■ ■ — — Paris 1720 

2718 Hiftoire Genealogique de la iVIaifon de France, par Louis de Sainfte 

Marthe, 2 vol. Paris 1647 

2719 Hiftoire de la Ville d'Aix, par Joan. Scholaftique Pitton, a'vec fig. 

Jix 1 666 

2720 . de la Maifon de Montmorency, par du Chefnc, relie en^na- 

roquin, reglee dff dor ee fur la tranche. Paris, che% Cramoify 1624 

2721 de I'Empire de Conftantinople, fous les Empereurs Francois, 

parHardovin. — — Paris de lltnp. Royale 16^7 

2722 Relations de divers Voyages curieux, par Thevenot, 3 torn, a'vec fig. 

Paris 1666 

2723, Hiftoire du Roy Charles VI. par Jean Juvenal des Urfins, avec des 

notes par Denys Godefroy. Paris de Vlmp. Roy ale 1653 

2724 Recueil des Tittres Qualites Blazons & Armes des Seigneurs Barons 

des Eftats Generaux de la Provence de Languedoc, t-'vec les Jr- 
tnes propreme7tt feinte, < < AJcntpelier 16;^ 

2725 Les Vrais Portraits des Rois de France, par Jacques de Bie, Paris 1 636 

2726 Hiftoire Genealogique de la Mailbn de Harcourt, par Gilles-Andre 

de le Rccquf, 4 torn. — _— Peris, chex Cramoify \i:i(iz 

Zjij Recueil des Traitez de Paix, 4 tom. ■ ' ' Amft.x'joo 

2728 Ordonnances des cinq Efpeces de Colonnes felon la Methode des 

Anciens, par Perraulr, a'vec fig. ■ Paris 1683 

2729 La Science Heroique, par Marc, de Vulfon, anjec fig. chex. Cramoify. 

Paris 1644 

2730 Lettres & Memoires d'Eftat, par Ribier, 2 tom. Paris 1666 
#731 Hiftoire Genealogique de la Maifon Royale de Courtenay, par 

Bovic\iet, atec fig. > ■ »___— Paris 1661 

2732 — — . des Comtes de Poidou & Dues de Guyenne, par Befley, 

reglee ilf dor e€ fur la tranche. ■ ■ ■ Paris i6^y 

2733 Les Cinq. Ordres d'Architedlure de Scamozzi, tradotte par Ch.d'A- 

viler, a'vec fig. dore fur la tranche, ' •• ib. 1685 

»734 Memoires de Henry le Grand, par le Due de Sully, 4 tom. ib. 1664 
273^ Promptuaire Armorial & General, par Jean Boift'eau, a'vec fig. ih. 

1658 

2736 Tableau de I'Hiftoire des Princes ct Principaute d'Orange, par Jac. 

de la Pifc, a'vec fig. - • - ■ ■ • ■ ■ La Haye 1639 

27^7 Hiftoire Metaliique de la Republique de Hollande, par Bizot, relie 

en maroquin, doree fur la tranche. . Paris xb^J 

2738 Diflionaire Univerfel de Furetierre. 4 tom. la Haye I'-jz'j 

2759 Hiftoire Generale des Empereurs, Iraperatrices, Cacfars & Tyrans de 

Tfimpirc Romain, iilaftrei av'ec iVIedailles par Triftan, 3 torn. Paris 

1657 
2740 



Uvres Francois f Folio. ii^ 

2740 Hiftoire du Roy Louis le Grand, par les Medailles, Emblemes, De- 

vifes. Jettons, Infcriptions, Armories, & autres Monuments publics, 
par f . Meneltrier. '■■ P«m 1693 

2741 Reueil de Plufieurs Pieces curieufes fervant a rHiftoire de Bourgogne, 

par Eftienne Perard, gramie papier, relic en maroqnin, dorke fur la. 
trancht. ■ Paris, chex Cramoijy 1 664. 

2742 Cours d'Architefture, par Blondel, 2 vol. a<vcc fig. ih. 1675 

2743 Annaies de la ViUe de Touloufe, par G. la Faille, 2 torn. Tolouft 

1687 

2-4.}. La Vifion parfaite, ou la Veue diftindl^e, par le Concours des deux 

Axes & un feul point de I'Objet, par CUerubin d'Orleans, 2 torn. 

a'vec fig. relic en maroquin, doree fur la tranche. Paris i69%. 

2745 Hifloire des Archevefques de Rouen. - Rouen 1667 

2746 Les Memoires de Philippe de Comine?, par Denys Godefroy, grande 
' papier, relie en maroquin, doree IS marbree fur la tranche. Paris de 

l^Iir.p. Royale 1649 

2747 Oeuvres Diverfes de Fontenelle, enriche des figures gravees, par Pi- 

cart, 3 torn. ■ ■ ■ ■ laHaye \'jz% 

2748 Oeuvres de Nic. Boileau, avec des EcclairciiTemens Hiiloriques don- 

nez par lui meme, enriche de fig. gravees par Picart, 2 torn. Amfi. 

1718 

2749 Hiiloire Phyfique de la Mer, par le Comte de MarfiUi, avec fig, 

proprement. peinte, relie en tnaroquiu doree. Amfi. 1725 

2750 Les Oeuvres de Guy Coquille, 2 torn. — Paris. 1666 

2751 Hiftoire Generale des Carmes defchauflez & des Carmelites def- 

chauflees, par Fr. de S. Marthe, 2 torn. - /'«rzV 165 5 

2752 Diftionaire Oeconomique, contenant divers Moyens d'Augmenter fon 

bien & de Conferver fa Sainte, par Noel Chomel, 2 torn. Paris 

1718 
^753 Hiftoire Angleterre, d'Ecoffe, & de Irlande, par Larrey, 4 tom. 

Rotterd. 1 707 

2754 ^'^ Neptune Francois, ou Atlas nouveau des Cartes Marines, pi.r 

Sanfon, a-occ les Cartes peinte. A7nfi. 1708 

2755 Quarante & quater Cartes Geograpliiques, par Sanfon, avec les Car' 

tes peinte. - ' - ■ ih. 

27-6 Theatre de Piemont & Savoye, 2 tom. avec grande nombre des belles 
fig. grande papier, doree jiir la tranche. ' la Haye I 7CO 

2757 Kiemoires pour Servir a THilloire de3 Plantes, par Dodart, avec fig, 

Paris, l Impremre Royale 1676 

2758 ' Le Meme, avec fig. relie en mr.roquin, doree fur la tranche, 

ib. apud ib. 1676 

2759 Refolution des quatre principaux Problemes d'Architedure, par Blon- 

del, grande papier, relic en maroq-.nn, doree fur la tranche. Paris, d€ 

I Imp. Royale 1 673 

2760 Academic de TEfpee de Girard Thibaut. avec fig. doree fur la tranche, 

ib. 1628 

2761 Hiftoire Militaire du Prince Eugene, de le Due de Marlborough, & 

du Prince Naffau Fhfe, par du Mont, 2 tom. grande papier, avec 
fig. — - laKye.-jZ-) 

2762 Adas Francois, contenant les Cartes particuliers de France dreflees 

furies Memoires les plus nouveaux, par le S. Jaillot. Paris 1709 

2763 Atlas Royal a I'Ufage de M. le Due de Bourgogne, par Sanfon, avec 

les Cartes peinte. ■ ■ ib. 1697 

2764 



I20 Lhres Prai2C7'is, Folio. 

2764 Les Refles de rAncienne Rome, recherchez avec foin, Mefurcz, 

df fiincz fur les licux, (fv- gravcz par Bonaventure d'Oveibeke, 3 torn. 
do: ee fur L. trun:he Uf ..« Cote. - ■ ' Jm^. 1709 

2765 Defcription Gen. du Royaume de France, pnr Bh'eu, 2 torn, ^'vec 

' ^5- f^'"-^^) choree fi:r la trrnche.. • ■ ' j4///J1. i 663 

t--66 Le Grande McdiiiHons'uc L<'Uii le Grande, 2 torn. Pinis. 

2767 Sentimens des I'lui H.ibiles Pclntrcs fur la Pratique de la Peinire 

er Sculpture, par 1 tuclin, ^f^rwwd'i? ^.-.-//V;-. Paris [697 

2768 La Sainte Bible, qui coutenant le Vieu\ & le Nouveau Teftament, 

Z torn, grnjzde p.,pic'r. ' '• Amft . chez TLl'ze-vir 1669 

2-: 69 Tables Chronolc&iq'ucs de ri-Iidoiie Univerfelle, par 1' Abbe Lenglec. 

Paris. 

2770 La Veritable Origine do la trcs illutlre Maifon de Soheir, grande 

papkr, a<-occ fig. ■ Leyden 166 1 

2771 Genealogie de la tJ-es illutne Soveraine Maifon de la Tour, 3 torn. 

grcnde p.'picry (I'vec fi.\ — — Biuxe'lei \']o() 

2772 Adas liifiorique, ou nouvelle introdudion a I'Hiftoire, par Gueude- 

ville, 7 f.om. a.vo\. avtc ftg. ■ — ■ JhnjK 1-21 

27'73 Methode & Invention nouvtlie de Dreffer les Chevaux, parle Due 
de Newcaftle, e7irichy de plus de quontite belles figures en tciille douce. 

Lond. 1737 

2774 ■ Le meme, le prt77itcre edition, a^jec fig. yln-vers 16 ^S 

2775 Cartes de Geograpliie los plus nouvelles, & les plas fideles, a.vecque 

leurs Livifions Reguliere^-, par Sanfou&P. du Val, 2 torn. Por.ib6<) 
zjyS Anuales des Provinces Units, par B.iliiage, grande papier, la Htye 

'7'9 

2777 Architedlure de Palladio, avec des notes d'lnigo Jones, le tout 

revu deffine & mis au jour par Jacques Leoni, amec fig. la Hay 

I "7 2.6 

2778 Bibliotheque Hiltorique de h France, par Le Long, 2 vol. grand 
papier. ' — Paris 1 7 1 9 

2779 Le DidionaiFe des Arts & des Sciences, par M. D. C, de I'Acad. 

Francoife, 2 torn, grand p.:'pier. - ■ ■ ■■ Pa}is i6g^ 

2780 Traite dts Fougeres de rAiiierique, par Plumier, a'vec fig. Paris, 

de Pimp. Royiilc i 705 

2781 Defcription Gecgr. Fliftorique, Chronologique, Politique & Phyfiquc 

de PEmpire de la Chine & de la 1 artarie, Chinoife, par du 
Halde, 4 torn., gj-nnde p::ficr, avec fig. • Paris ly^^ 

2782 Hiftoire metalHque des xvii Provinces des Pays Bas, par Van Loon, 

5 torn, grufide papier, c:<-jec fig. • ■ la Haye IJ^Z 

2783 Maniere de Baftirpour touttrs Sortes de Perfonnes, par Muet, grande 

papiere, cvec fig. reglee. ■ ■ — ■ ■ ■ ■ '-* Paris 

2784 Les Dix Livres d'Arcliitedure de Vitiuve traduitz en Francois, avec 

des notes &■ des fg. par Pciraidt, helle exetnplaire reglee. Paris 1684 

2785 Kouveau Dictionaire ae I'Acadcniie Francoife, 2 torn. grurJe papier. 

ib. 1718 

27S6 Le Ceremonial Francois par Godefroy. 2 tom. grand papier. ib.\()\(^ 

2787- Parallele de PArchiceclute, antique cS; de la moiXzme, grande papiere, 

ai'ec fig. ' " ■ ■ - - ■ ib.x'jOZ 

2788 Hiltoire Genealogique & Chronologique, de la Maifon Royale de 

France, par P. Anfelme, 2 icm.. gr(-7ide ptipier. ib, 1712 

2-r:9 L' Hiftoire des Provinces Uncis des Pais Bas, par Wicquefort, ^r./Wf 

p.- pier, « — ■ la Haye I7I9 

i 2790 



Lipres Francois ^ Folio. 121 

2790 Le Cabinet de la BibJiothe(iue ,de S. Genevieve, par Claude duMo- 

Ymtt, grande pcipiery a'vecjig. —__ — . Peris \6qz 

2791 L'Arcitefture des Voutes, ou I'Art des Traits, & Coupe des Voute?, 

parF. Derand, grand papier e, a'vec Jig. --■ Paris 1643 

2792 Hiftoire Genealogique de la tres ancienne Familc de Berlin, grG7id! 
papier. - ■ - Leyde 1669 

2793 Oeuvres de Nic. Boileau, avec des Ecclairciiremens Hilloriqucs, don- 

nez par lui meme, 2 torn, grande papier, wvec Jig. par Picart. la 

Hn.ye i 729 

2794 Traite des Manieres dc Defliner les Ordres de I'Archicedure an- 

tique, eh toutes leurs Parties, par a Bofle, grande papier, a<vec Jig. 
reglee. _— « Paris. 

2795 Hiftoire et Recherches des Antiquites de la Ville de Paris, par Sau- 

val, 3 torn, grande papier. ■ ' * Paris ly 2^ 

2796 Difcours Hiftoriques, Critiques, Theologiques, & Moraux, fur les 

Evenemens les plus memorables du Vieux & du Nov. Teftament, 
par Saurin, 6 torn, grunde papier y a'vec Jig. graiees par Picart, 
Houbraken, and Hoe t. > la Haye xfzZ 

2797 Parallele de I'Architedure, antique & de la moderne, avec Jig. 

Paris 1702 

2798 Lettres du Cardinal d'OlTat, ^g^r^w^'f/fl/zVr, reglee. ib. 164.1 

2799 Hiftoire des Conneftables, Chanceliers, & Gardes des Seaux, par 

Denys Godefroy, avec leurs Armes & Bhfons, grande papier. P^nris, 

rimp. Royale i6^S 

2800 Catalogue des Chevaliers de I'Ordre du Collier de Savo/e, par Fr. 

Capre, grande papier, a'vec Jig. Turin 1 654 

2801 Diftionaire Univerfel de Commerce, par Savary, 2 torn. Paris 1723 

2802 De TArt de Regner, pr^r le Pere le Moyne, grand papier, relie en 

maroquin, doree fur la tranche. — Paris, cMzCramoiJy 166^ 

2803 Hiftoire de Bearn, par Pierre de Marca, grande papier. Paris \6/^o 

2804 Hiftoire des Chanceliers & Gardes des Sceaux de France, enrichie de 

leurs Armes, Blafons & Genealogies, par du Chefne, grande papier, 
doree fur la tranche. ■ ■ - Paris 1680 

2805 Hiftoire Genealogique de la Royale Maifon de Savoye, par Sam. 

Guichenon, 3 torn, grande papier . ■ Lyo7JS 1660 

2806 Journal du Palais, ou Recueil des principales Decifions de tous les 

Parlemens & Cours Souveraines de France, par C. Blondeau & 

Gab. Q^tx^t, 2, tova. gra7ide papier. Paris iji'^ 

iSoy Hiftoire des Chevaliers de I'Ordre S. Jean de Hierufalem, par Bau- 
doa'm, graTide papier, a-vec fg. ■ Paris l6zg 

2808 Les Oeuvres de Pierre de Ronfard, grand papier, relie en maroquin^ 

Paris 1 609 

2809 La Sainte Bible, interprete par Jean Diodati, grande paper, Gene've 

1544- 

2 810 La Biblitheque Hiftoriale de Nic. Vignier, 3 torn, grande papier, relie 
eri maroquin, dcrie reglee, et doree fur la tranche. Paris l^Sy 

58 1 1 Hiftoire des Archevefques de Rousn, par Fr. Pommeraye, ^;v7«^r? 
papier, relie en maroquin, doree fur la tranche. Rouen 1667 

t8i2 Les Noms, Surnoms, Qaalitez, Armes, & Blafons de tous les Princes, 
&c. de rOrdre & Milice du Benoift Saindl Efprit, par Fr. la Fleiche, 
grande papier. • ■ Paris f6^^ 

1813 Voyage au Levant, par Corneille le Brun, pltine des Jig . grande pa- 

pitr. — — Delft. I J 00 

Q_ ^ 2813 



!22 Livres Francois, Folio. 

2814 Voyage par la Mofcovie en Perfe & aux Indes Orientales, par It 

Brun, 2 torn, anjec 'i^i^ fig. grande papier. ■' ■ Amji. 171 8 

281 q La Mer des Hiftoires, 2 vol. en Icttres gothiques. Paris 1 48 8 

2816 Examen du Pyrronifme, ancienne & moderne, par Croufaz la Haye 

'732 

2817 L'Etat de TEmpire Ottoman, par le Comte de Marfigli, Fr. & ItaJ. 

a'.'ecfig. . ■ /a Haye I J ■^Z 

2818 La Sainte Bible, 3 torn, re/ie en maroquin, dor ee fur la tranche. Paris 

162I 

2819 Hiftoire Genealogique de la Maifon d'Avergne, par Chriftofle Juftel, 

grande papier, avec fig. relie en maroquin, doree fur la tranche. P^» 

ris 1645 

2820 Sentimens de plus Habiles Peintres fur la Pratique de la Peinture & 

Sculpture, par Teftelin. ■ Paris, chez Cramoify 1696 

2821 Didionaire Univerfel de la France, ancienne & moderne, 3 torn. 

Pi^risl^z^ 

2822 ■ Hiftorique& Critique, par Pierre Bayle, 4 tom. Amft.iy^o 

2823 Hiftoire de France, par Milles Piguerre, reglee. Paris i^^z 

2824 Hiltoire Romaine depuis la Fondation de Rome, parDupIeix, 3 tom. 

grande papier, reglee ^ doree fur la tranche. ' Paris 16'^S 

2825 Hiftoire de TAbbaye Royale de Saint Germain des Prez, par Bouil- 

lart, a'vecfig. ' « • < Paris 1 724 

2826 — de TAbbaye Royale de Saint Denys en France, par Fele- 

hien, grande pc'picr, ave'c fig. • • Paris 1^06 

2827 Kittionaire dc la Langue Francoife de Pierre Richelet, :; tom./i.i72S 

2828 Hiftoire de France, par Louis le Gcndre, 3 tom. ih. 1718 

2829 •■ ■ Ecclefiaftique & Civile de Lorraine, 3 tom. ai'ec fig. Nancy 

1728 

2830 Negociations Secretes touchant la Paix de Munfter Sc d'Ofnabrug, 

4 tom. ■ ' • ' lay Hayc 172c 

2831 Nouveau Diftionaire de I'Academie Francoife, 2 tom. Paris iyi8 

2832 Hiftoire Generale des Drogues, par Pomet. grande papier, anjec fig. 

ib. 1694 

28^3 Oeuvres d'Eftienne Pafquier, 2 tom. A7nfi. 1723 

2)834 Traite de la Police, par M. de la Mare, 4 tom. /^.1729 

2835 Les Chroniques de Monftrelet, 2 lom. grande papier, reglee i^ doree 
Ju-r la tranche.' — — -^^ Paris I ^-JZ 

2836 Les Niemoire^ de Caftelnau, 3 tom. le dernier edit. Bruxelles 1731 

2837 Hiftoire de Charles VI. Roy de France, par Laboureur, 2 tom. 

grande papier. . • ■■■ Paris 1 663 

2838 Diftionaire Geographique & Hlftorique, par Eaudrand. Paris 1705 

2839 Le Grand Didionairc Hiftorique de Louis Moreri, 8 tom. j^mfi. 

1740 

2840 La Sairnfle Bible, Fr. <x' Latine, relie en maroquin, doree fur la tranche» 

Paris 1 608 
2^41 Hiftoire de France, par Daniel, 3 tom. ■' ■ ' ■■■ r^. 1713 

2842 Le Grand Theatre Hiftorique, ou nouvelle Hiftoire Univerfelle, tant 

facre que profane, 3 tom. ■ Leide 1 703 

2S43 H;ftoiie du Vieux & du Nouveaux "i'eltanient, par Sacy, fous le nom 
,, de Royaumont, r^^ec grande no7nhre des fig. — — — Paris lyz^ 

2844 Diftioaaire des Arrets ou furifprudence Univerfelle des Parlemens 

cic France tS; autres Tribr.naux, par Brillon, 6 tom. Paris 1 727 

2845 M^^^^^ifc de Brctagne, par Ljbineau, 2 tom, grande p/^pier. ib. 1707 

3 2846 



Livres Francois ^ Folio. 123 

2846 Lettres & Ambaflade de M. Phillippe Canaye, 3 torn, grande pa- 

pier, " ■ - lb. 1635 

2847 Hiftoire de Provence, par M. de Gaufridj, 2 torn, grande papier. 

Aix 1 694. 

2848 Bibliotheque Hiftorique de la France, par le Long. Paris 1719 

2849 Hiftoire Genealogique de la Maifon d'Auvergne, par Baluze, 2 torn. 

a'vec fig. • • • ib. 1 708 

2850 Hiltoire de la Ville de Paris, par Felibien, 5 torn, a-vet fig. ib. 1725 

2851 Defcription du Menage moderne dans fa Perfedion, par le fiaron 

d'Eifenberg, a'vec fig. gra<ve par Picart. • '727 

2852 Traitte de la Peinture de Leonard Vinci, a'vec fig. Paris 165 1 

2853 Les Oeuvres de Bocacc, f« lettres gothiques, grande papier. Bruges 

2854 La Difledlion des Parties du Corps Humain, par Charles Eflienne, 

a'vec fig. ' " ' ■ Paris, cbez Simon de Ca/ines I ^j».6 

2855 Hiftoire Generale des Plantes, par Dalechamp, 2 torn, a'vec fig, 

Lyon 1653 

2856 Memoires pour fervir al'Hiftoire de Dauphine, fous '*;s Dauphins de 

la Tour du Pin, grande papier. - ■ ■ Paris 1 7 1 1 

2857 Les Marquis d'Honneur de la Maifon de Taflls, par Chiflete, a'vec 
fig, grande papier. ■■ " '■ » An'vers 1 645 

2858 LaSainte Bible, avec fig. relie en maroquin, regUe iff doree fur la 

tranche. % ■ Lyon, par Jan de Totirnes 1554 

2859 Les Edifts & Ordonnances des Roys de France depuis S. Loys jufques 

a prefent, par Ant. Fontanon, 2 torn. ■ Paris 1585 

2860 Les Images ou Tableaux de Platte Peinture des deux Philoftrates So- 
phiftes Grecs •& les Statues de Calliftrate mis en Francois, par 
Blaife Vigenere, a'vec fig. • — • ^ Paris 1637 

zS6j. Hiftoire Civile, ou Confulaire de la Ville de Lyon, par Fr. Me- 

neflrier, a'vec fig. ——— • ■' — - Lyon. 1696 

2S62 Hiftoire du Roy Charles VIL par Jean Chartier. Paris, de Vlmp. 

Roy ale 1661 

2863 — — de Charles VIII Roy de France, par Jaligny. ib. apud ib. 

1684 

2864 Decifions Catholiques, ou Recueil General des Arrefts Rendus en 

toutes les Cours de France. ■ Poiiiieres 1668 

2865 La Sainte Bible, traduite en Francois le Latin de la Vulgate a Cote, 

a'vec fig. 3 torn, relie eti maroquin, reglee iif doree ^ tnarbree fur la 
tranche. ' ■■ — — Liege 17O1 

2866 Vies de Plufieures Saints Illuftres de divers Siecles choifies & tra- 

duitcs .par Arnauld d'Andiily, doree fur la tranche. Paris 1 664 



0.« lib 



( 124 ) 



Libri Italia & Hifpanici, £sf variis Linguis Hodiernis,^ 

Folio. 



2867 /^SS ER V A 2IONI fopra i Cinuteri de S. Martiri ed antichi 
\^ ChrilUani di Roma, con fig. in Roma nella Stamperia Va' 

ticana i 7 20 

2868 J. Pregi della Tofcana, neJl Imprefe piu fegnalate de Cavalieri di 

Santo Stcfano Opera, data in Luce da Fulvia Fontana, con fig. 

Firenx.e 170:1 

2869 Del Funerale celebrate nel Duomo di Torino all Alterza Reale, di 

Carlo Emanuele II. Duce di S-^voia Rncconto del Guilio Vafco, cgn 
fig. '• ■ ■ Torino. 

2870 Saggi di Naturaii Efper;enze fatte nell Accademia del Cimento fatto 

la protezione del Leopoldo di Tofcaua, con fig. ch. maxima. Fitenze 

2171 Vida e Imperio de Leopoldo primero InvicUffimo Emperador de Ro- 

manos, 3 torn. 2 vol. Milan 169.6 

.zZ-jz J. Cefari in Oro, Argento, & Mctallo fJrande raccolte nel Farnefe 
Muieo^e publicali coUe loro coiignie Interpretazione compblio dal 

Padre Paolo Pedrufi 10 torn. /*,;•//:« 1694 

2873' II Regno di Napoli e di Calabria defcritto, con Medaglie da Ajarco 

Maier, . ' Lione lyii 

2S74. Delle Aiuichita Eftcnfi ed Italiane tratcado di Lod. Ant. Muratori. 

Moiiena I 717 

2875 Moria della Canip.ignia di Giefu defcritta dal P. Danicllo Bartoli, 

6 torn. • " - ■ " Ronia 1667 

2 87 6 Hiftoria del Roy Don Hernando & Catholico de las Emprefas, y Ligas 

de Italia compuefta, per Geronymo Curita. Caragoca 1580 

2S77 Biblia Sacra Jflandica. '5^4 

2878 Hiftoriade la Vida y Hechos del Emp. Charles V. por P. de Sando- 

val, Z torn. ■ Pamplona 1634 

2879 liloria del Concilio di Trento fcritte dal Padre Sforza Palkvicino, 

2 torn. — • Roma 1656 

28S0 Le Due Regole della Profpettiva Pratica di Wigwdis., con fig. ib. 1583 
28 Si Notizia della vera Liberta Fiorentina confiderata ne fuoi giufti limiti, 

per rOrdine dc Sccoli, 3 torn. — ■ 1724 

2882 Hiiloria de Principi di File di Gio. Batt. Pigna. Fcrrara 1570 

2883 Apparati Scenici, per lo Teatro novillinio di Venetia nell Anno 1644 

d'Inventione e cura di Jaccnio Torelli da Fano. Vcmtia 1644 

. 884 Fcfte Iheatrali, pci la finta Pazza Drama del Guilio Strozzi, con fig. 

Parigi 1 645 
-: «Sj La Scicilia di F. Paruta def:ritta con Medaglie e Riftampata, con Ag- 

giunta da Leonardo Agollini^ coi-io turcica foliis deaurat. L!on.iC)(^7 
ziJ^f) Cavallo Frcn.'ito ui Pirro Ant. Ferraro, con fig. Neapoli iboz 

I'-'ci'j Dcrcriiionc Generale de fuoclii anime e facolta cofi Stabili allodiali, 

C'jMic Mobii.* deliePerione Sccolari del Regno Sicilia. Pakr?nQ 17 16 

2887 



Libri lialici, ^c. Folia 125 

2888 Del Regno d'ltalia fotto i Barbari Epitome del Conte Emanuel Te- 

fauro, con le annotat. dell Val. Caftiglionc, con Jig. Torina 

2889 Vita e Virtu del beato Amedeo Terzo Duca di Savoia defcritte dal 

Carlo Giof. Morozzo. ■■ ■ Torino 1 686 

2890 II Libro di Florie e di Bianzafiore chiamato Philocole che tanto e 

adire quanto amorofa faticha compofta per Johannc Boccacio, coria 
turdc$ deaur. ■■ — — — Venet, \\'JZ 

2891 Architettura di Sebaftiano Serlio, eon. Jig, ■■ ■ Venet. 1551 

2892 Idea della Architettura univerfclle di Vincenzo ijcamozzi, con Jig. 

Vtnet, 1615 

2893 Biblia Sacra Sclavonica, con Jig. ■ LeciJra it^-jo 

2894 Corona e Palma militare de Arteglieria compofta per AlelTandro Capo 

Bianco, con Jig. » » ■ ■' ■ Venctia 1 598 

2895 Defcrittione di ^tutti i Paefi Baffi di Lodovico Guicciardini, <on Jig, 

Jnverja 1581 

2896 Delia Nuova & vera Arte militare del Brancatio lib. viii. Venetia, 

frejfo A/do i(;85 

2897 Biblioteca Napoletana Opera del Nicolo Toppi, 2 torn. Nnpoli \6-j% 

2898 Cronica de Efpanna por Florian do Campo. -^ — • Zctnora 1541 

2899 Trattato della Pittura di Leonardo da Vinci, con fig. Parigi 1651 
2930 Chronica de Jorge Caftrioto Principe de Albania por Juan Ochoa. 

Lijion li;8S 

2901 Emporio de el Orbe Cadiz illuftrada. ■ -■ JmJ}. 1690 

2902 Triompho di Fortuna di Sigifmondo Fanti, con fig. corio turcica fo- 

lin deaur. ■ . — — Venegia 1526 

2903 II Tribunale della S. Rota Romana defcritto da Dom. Bernino, cov 
fig, ^ ■' ■ ■ — • ' ' ' ■ Roma 1717 

2904 Dante con rEfpofitione di Chrift. Landino, corio turcica deaur. Ap. 

Find, de Spira 1477 
290 J Recopilacion de htyzs de los Reynos de las Indias, 4 torn. Madrid 

i6gi 

2906 Le Pitture antiche del Sepolcro de Naflbni nella via Kaminia difeg- 

nate ed intagliate da Pet. S. Bartoli. -— Roma 1702 

2907 Dell Hifloria Neapoletana fcritta dal Francefco de Pietri lib. due. 

Napoli 1 6-:? 4 

2908 Storia Fiorentina di MefT. Benedetto Varchi. — — Colonia\{zi 

2909 Defcrizzione delle Imagini dipinte da Rafaello d'Uibino nelle Ca- 

mere del Palazzo Apoftolico Vatican© di Gio Pierro Bellori. Roma 

2910 L' Architettura di Leon Batifta Albert! tradotta in lingua Fiorentina 

da Cofimo Bartoli, con fig. nel Monte Regale apprefio Torrentino 

291 1 Chronica Moralizada del Orden de S. AuguHIn en el Peru con fuceio^ 

exemplares viltos en efta Monarchia por Ant. de la Calancha. Bar- 
celona 1 639 

2912 Hifloria delle Revolution! di Francia fotto il Regno di Luigi XIV, 

por Gualdo Priorato. i , -. j , ■ /*<-?>/>/ 165 j^ 

'2913 Hiftoria di Padoua di Sertorio Orfato. con fig. • Pud'jua \6~'i 

2914 Le diverfe & artificiofe Machine del Capitjino Agol^ino Ramelli, co» 
fig, Livre tres rare. •• — — «« 1158S 



sz6 Lihri Italici^ ^c. Folio. 

291 5 Difcorfo Sopra la Cailrametationc k Difciplina militaire de Romani, 
compofto per Guglielrao Choul, foliis deaur. con fig, Liotie, apprejjo 

Rouillio 1556 
31916 Pompe Funebri di Filippo IV. il grandc Monarca dcllc Spagne, cele- 
brate dall Card. Aragona defcritte dal Marcello Marciano, con fg. 

Napoli 1 6; 6 

291 7 Biblia en lengua Efpanola traduzida palabra por palabra dela verdad 

Hebrayca, por muy excelentes letrados. < ■ 539"^ 

291 8 La Sacra Biblia tradotta in lingua Icaljana da Giovanni Diodati, corio 

turcica, lineis rubris iff foliis cieaur. — __— . Geneva 1 64 1 

2919 Siria Sacra defcrittione Illorico-Gcografica, Chronologico- Topogra- 

fica Opera dell Alb. Biagio Terzi di Lauria. ■ . Roma 1695 

2920 La Hiftoria augufta da Guilio Cefare infino a ConHantino il magno 

illuftrata con la verita delle antiche Medaglie da Fr. Angeloni. ib* 

1641 

2921 Iftoria Botanica di Giacomo Zanoni, con fig. » Bologna ib^^ 

f Difcorfo della Religione antica de Romani compofto por Guglielmo 

3 Choul. . • Lione, afprejjo Gugl. Rouillio \ii^() 

-' I Difcorfo fopra la Cailrametatione & Difciplina militare de Romani 
(_ compofto por Guglielmo Choul, con fig. ib. opud ib. 15-59 

2923 Hiftoria del Concilio Tridentino di Pietro Soave Polano, corio turcica 

foliis deaur. ■ " — — — — Lond. 1619 

2924 Compendi Hiftorici del Conte Alfonfo Lofchi, confiig. Vetietia 1652 

2925 Della Calabria illuftrata Opera varia iftorica del Giovanni Fiore. 

Napoli 1691 

2926 Vita Sc Epiftole di S. Hieronymo volgare, corio turcica deaur. Fer- 

rara J^gj 

2927 Della Felicita di Padoua di Angelo Portenari IJb. nove. Padoua 

i6i3 

2928 Hiftoria Fiorentina di Poggio. ' ^ ■- ■ - ■ ' — Vinegia i^yS 
zgzg Dante con TEfpofitione di C. Landino Ch. granda, fine anno aut loco. 

2930 Gli Statuti delLi Citta di Lucca nuovamente Corretti & con mclta di- 

ligentia ftampati. * ■' • m • •■ Lucca 1539 

2931 Cronica general de Efpanna por Florian do Campo, 2 torn. Camora 

1564. 

2932 L'Opere del Franccfco Petrarca, csrio turcica deaur. Verona 1476 

2933 Materias de Giovcrnos de las Indias, 2 vol. coria turcica deaur. 

7"he above are the King of Spain's Orders and Inftruftions to 
his Governors of the Indie?, in Print and Manufcript. 

2934 Statuti della Honoranda Uriverfita de Mercatanti della inclita Citta 

di Bologna riformaii I'anno 1550. ^ • Bologna i^^o 

2935 Dialoghi di Antonio Agoftini mtorno alle Medaglie Infcrictione & 

altri Antichita. ■ — Roma \6z^ 

2936 Differtacion Hiftoria por la Patria de Paulo Orofio. Barcelona 1702 

2937 Hiftoria de las iS'obleza <S; Andaluzia por Gon.;:ola Argo.te de Moima. 

SefillaK^Z^ 

2938 Iconografia cioe difegni d'lmagin: de faxncfiffiml Monarchi, Regi, 

Filolofi, Poeti ed Oratori dell'Antichita cavati da Giovan Angela 
Canini, Ch. granda, con fi^. corio turcica foliis deaur. Rama i66g 

2939 Dialogo di Vinceitio Galiiei della Mmica antica Si della moderna. 

Fiorcnza i -r 8 1 
2940 



Lihri Itatici, &c. Folio. 12^ 

2940 Navigatione & Viaggi da Geo. Battifta Ramufio. Venetia, appreJJ» 

i Guinti 1 6 1 5 
294.1 Tributi offequiofi della Citta di Napoli per li Applaufi Feftivi delle 
Nozze Reali, raccolte dal Giufeppe Gaftaldi, con fig. Napoli. 

2942 De Lo Schermo overo Scienza d'Arme di Salvator Fabris Capo, con 
Jig. — ' ■ '■ 1606 

2943 H^loria de la Guerras de Flandes efcrita por Famiano Eftrada, 3 

torn, con fig. • • • Colonia 1682 

2944 La Sacra Biblia & Nuova Teft. tradotta in lingua Italiana da Gio- 

vanni Diodati, corio turcica foliis deaur. ■ Genev^e 1641 

2945 La Sacra Biblia tradutta in lingua Rumanfcha d'Engadina Bafla. 

Stampad in Scuol J 679 

2946 Delle Ordinanze & Battaglie del Cefore d'Evoli, con fig. Roma 1586 
»947 Delia liloria del Dominico Temporale della Sede Apoltolica nel Du- 

cato di Parma e Placenza lib. iii. ' Roma i 720 

294S Difcorfi delle Famiglie nobili del Regno di Napoli del Carlo de 

Lellis. ' Napoli 1654 

2949 Hilloria de la Fundacion y Difcurfo de la Provincia de Santiago de 

Mexico por Augullin Davila Padilla. Brujfelas \6zi^ 

29^0 Paralleli militari di Fr. Patriri ne quali fi fa Paragone delle Milizie 

antiche in tutte le Parti loro con le moderne. > Roma 1 594 

2951 Doze Frutos de la muy Antigua y iluftre Cafa de Bournonville. 

Barcelona 1680 
29^2 Chroniche Fiorentine di Giovanni Villani. •■ Finegia i^^j 

2953 Nueva Recopilacion de les Leyes des tos Reynos hafta el Rey Don 

Philipe V. con los autos accordados antiquos y modernos del Confejo 
en 4 torn. -■ ■ ■ - • ■ Madrid ijzi 

2954 Hifpania Viftrix Hiftoria por Pedro de Salazar. Medina 1570 
295 s Poliphili Hypnerotomachia, con fig. • Finegia 1545 
2956 Memorie Iftoriche della Sicilia da Gio Battifta Carufio. Palermo 

1716 

29 J 7 Iftoria Genealogica delle Famiglie nobili Tofcane ^ Umbre defcritta 

dill Eugenio Gamurrini, 5 torn. . Fiorenza i66S 

2958 Flos Sanitorum Libro de las Vidas de los Santos efcrito por Riba- 

deneira, 2 torn. ■ ■■ • Barcelona 1645 

2959 Teatro de la Grandezas de la Villa de Madrid Corte de los Reyes 

Catolicos de Efpanna por Goncalez D'Avila. Madrid 1623 

:g5o Delle Antiche Siracule da Giacomo Bonanni, 2 tom. con fi^. Pclermo 

1717 

2961 Coronica de los Moros de Efpanna por Jayme Bleda. Valencia 

1618 

2962 Nobiliario Genealogico de los Reyes ye Titulos de Efpanna compuefto 

por Alonfo Lopez, 2 vol. — — ■ Madrid iSzz 

2963 Teforo de la Lengua Callellana o Efpannola compuefla por Seballian 

de Cobarruvias. — — ——___- 7^. 1611 

2964. Biblia Sclavono-Ruflica, yi/izV ^^.7?:r. ^ ■ ijgi 

2965 Kieronymi Manfredi de Hoinine & Sanitate ejus tuenda lib. Italice, 

corio turcica deavr. ••• ■ ■ ' ■ 1 Colonia 1 47 4 

2966 Djfcrictione di Tutta Italia di Leandro Alberti. Bologna 1^50 

2967 Cronica Breve de i fatti illuftri de re di Francia, con le loro Effigie 

dal naturale. ■ ■> Fcnetia i:^q7 

2968 D.inte con i'Efpofitione di Chrifioforo Landino. -r lo. 1564 

2969 



128 Ul>ri Italiciy ^c. FoUo.^ 

2969 Vocabularlo Portuguez e Latino por Raphael Bluteau, 6 torn. Coim- 

hra 1^12 

2970 Inveftigationes Hifforicas de las Antiguedades del Reyno de Navarra, 

por Jofeph Moret. ■ > Pamplona 166^ 

2971 Hilloria general de las Indias por Fr. Lopez. — — Camgoca 1 553 

2972 Hiftoria de la infigne Ciudad de Segovia y Compendio de la? Hiftorias 

de Caftilla Autor Diego de Colmenares. ___— . Segovia it^j 

2973 Excelencias de la Monarquia y Reyno dc Efpanna por Gregorio 

Lopez. ' ' " ■■- ■ Madrid \62l 

2974 Hiftoria de los Reyes Godos por Geronimo de Caftron. Jb. 1724 
297 J La Vida de Felipe IL Roy de Efpagna por Louis Cabreda. Jb. 16/9 

2976 Deir Elixir Vitse di Fra Donate d'Eremita. — — . Napoli 1624 

2977 Hiltoria de los viftoriofilT. antiguos Condes de Barcelona. Barcelona 

1603 

2978 Hiftoria de Don Felipe IV. Rey de las Efpanas por Goncalo de Cef- 

pedes. ' ■■ lb. 1634 

2979 Annalcs Ecclefiallicos y Seculares de la noble Cuidad de Sevilla por 

Diego Oitez de Zuniga. — — .— « Madrid 1677 

2980 Hill. Pontificial y Catolica compuefta por Luis de Bavia. lb. 161 3 

298 1 Delia Perfettione della Vita politica di Paolo Paruta, corio turcica 

deaur. foliis deaur. • ^ . m -■ Venetia I579 

2982 Anales de la Corona dc Aragon compuellos por Geronymo Curita, 8 

torn. • ■■ — — Caragoca 161O 

2983 La Vida del Cardenal Auguftin Spinola por Gabriel de Aranda. 

Se -villa 1683 
29S4 La Gerufalemme liberata di Torquato Taffo con le Annotat. di Sci- 

pion Gentili, £ Jig- corio turcica foliis deaur. — — Genoua 16 17 

2^ S - Sei Omelie di N. S. Papa Clemente XL efpofte in verfx da Aleflandro 

Guidi. ' ' - « • ■ " ■ Roma tyii 

2986 Defcripcion del Real Monafterio de S. Lorenzo del Efcorial, con fig. 

Madrid 1681 

2987 Imprefe di diverfi Principi, Duchi, Signori ed altri Perfonaggi et 

Huomini illuftri di Batt. Pittoni. ■ Venetia 1566 

2988 Difcorfi dclle Famiglie Eftinte, Forafliere, o non comprefe ne feggt 

di Napoli imparentate coila Cafa della Mazza compolti dal Ferrantc 
della A'lazza. ■■ • 'Napoli \^\\ 

2989 Comentarios de los Hechos del Sinor Alarcon Marques de la Valle 

Siciliana Efcriviolos d'Ant. Suarez. - Madrid 166^ 

2990 Capitulos generdles de las Cortes del ano de ochenta y feys fenecidds 

y publicadas en el de nouenta. • lb. 1590 

2991 Hiftoria Verdadera de la Conquifta de la Nueva Efp.ana efcrita por 

Bernal Diaz del Caftillo. ■ lb. it^z 

2992 Defcripcion general de AfFrica por Lays del Marmol, 2 vol. Granada 

1573 

2993 LTIiftoria di CafaOrnna di Fr. Sanfovino, con fig. Fenetia 1^6^ 

2994 la Cronica del Rey Don Rodevigo y de la Deitruycion de Efpana y 

como los moros la ganaron. - ' ■ ■ — Valhdoltd i5?'7 

2995 Cronica del Monferalto fcritta da Eenvenuto S. Giorgio. Cafiale 

1639 

2996 Annnlcs F.cclcfiaflicos del ObJfpados de Jaen v Bacca por Martin de 

Ximena. —— > — — .„.——— Madrid 16^^ 

2997 Cronica do Co'K'cI'l.^bro Af Poriiigal Dom Nuno Alurcz I'ercyra.' 

2998 



Libri lialici^ t^d Fofio. i •> 9 

2998 Teatro Genologico delle Famiglie nobili di Sicilia del S. Don Fila- 

delfoMugnOS. ■ ■ ■ PaIer?f;o 1 647 

2999 Annali della eccelfa & illuft. Repub. di Genoua fcritto per Agoftino 

Guiftiniano, corio turcica foliis deaur. ■ «- Genoa 1537 

3000 Curia Filipica por Juan de Hevia Eolanos. — — Madi-id i6j/ 

3001 Las Cofas memorables de Efpana compuella por Lucio Marineo. All^ 

call 1539 

3002 Compendio de Algunas Hiftorias de Efpanna por Geronymo QudieJ. 

lb. 1577 

3003 Almanforis de Medicina lib. iii. Italice & Carm. Petrarcha de Gii- 

filde, edit, atitiq. 

3004 Hyftoria de la Guerra y prefa de Africa. . N: •poles 1550 

iAntidotario Romano Commentato dal Pietro Caftelli, Meffina 
1637 
Memoriale per lo Spetiale Romano di Pietro Caftelli. lb. 1638 

Julii Cafferii Pkcentini Tabula Anatcmica:. 
Anatomic ofc Levende, »7f/._/5>. ■■ ■■ ■ Jnt-iverp t ^6S 

3006 Difcurfcs del Monte S. de Granada. ■ Graftada 1601 

3007 Fieftas de la Santa Iglefia de Sevilla al Culto nueva mente concedido 

al Senor Rei San. Fernando III. de Caliiila i Leon ano de 1671, 
con Jig. 

3008 Defcrizzione del Real Tempio, e Monallerio di Santa Maria nuova 

di Morreale di Gio Luigi Lillo, con fig. — ■• — Pt.lermo 1702 

30C9 Memorial y defenforio al Rey P'luellro Senor por el Credito, Opi- 
nion y derechos Epifcopales de le perfona y dignidad de lUuil. e 
Reverend. Don. Fr. Bernardino de Cardenas Obirpo del Para- 
guay. 

3010 La Ckmenza Reale Hiiloria della Rebellione e Racquifto di MeiHna 

del Francefco Strada. '' ■ ■■ ■- ■> /^.1682 

301 1 Le Vite di Sandti Padri, per diverfi eloquent. Doi5lori vulgarizate, 

corio turcica deaur. Uteris init. colorat. editio a?:ti^, fine toco cut 

. anna. 

3012 Pompe Punebri di tutte le Nationi del Mbndo raccolts dall&^Stofie 

fagre h profane dal Francefco Peracc»* can fig. Verona 1639 

3013 La Regla y Eftablecimienios de la ord«» de la cavalleria de Si.nriiiago 

del Efpada con la Hylloria del origen y principio della, ^ 1^65 

3014 Delia Architettura di Gio Antonio Rufconi, con 160 fig. difT;^ grate 

dal medcfimo. ■ ■ ' ' Venetian opprejfo Gloliti 1590 

3015 Hiftoria Pontificial y Catolica compuella por Gonzalo de Illefcas, ^ 

tom. ••■■ ■• - ■■■ ' • > Miidrid \6iz 

3016 Coronica clamada las dos Conquiftas del Rey no de Napoles por Mi- 

gacl Capila. - — — C^:ragoca ii^^g 

3017 Definiciones de la Orden y Cavalleria de Alcantara con la Hiftoria f 

Origen della. ■ » ' "' '_ Madrid i66z 

3018 Hiftoria del Monte Celia de nueftra Senora de 1-? Salccda pof Gon- 

caiez Mcndoca. ■ " ■ ■ ■ '> ■>■'■■ ■ ■■« Grc.*ida. 

$019 Ciironica <xj feliciflimo Key Dom Emanuel por Battifta Lavanha. 

Lijboju 1 619 
}020 Hiftoria dell Antigua noble y coronadd Villa de Madrid pQf Geron. 

de Quintana. —^ Madrid 1629 

021 Hiftoria Ecclefiaftica Principios y Progreflbs de la Cuidad y Religion 
^ ■ Csuolica dc Granada Fr. Bermudcz de Pedrawi. G/enada \ 65 * 

R. * 302« 



'130 Lihi Italici, ^c. Folio. 

3022 Hifloria de los Morifcos de Granada por Luys del Marmol Carvajal' 

Malaga 1605 

3023 Chronica del Ir.clitd ^mperador de Eijjana Don Alonfo VII. por San- 

doval. — " ' — — ■ Madrid idQO 

3024 Varones iluftres del nuevo Mundo por D. Fernando Pizarro y Orel- 

lana. -____> Jf,, 1639 

3025 Hifloria general de !os Hechos de los Caflellanos en las Iflas i Ticrra 

Firme del Mar Oceano, efcritta por Antonio de Herrera, 8 torn. 4 
vol. —.—__-. . Jl. ,6oi 

3026 Hifloria di vari fucceffi d'ltalia e particolarmente della Citta di Bo- 

logna di Cherubino Ghirardacci. ■ — — Bologna 1669 

3027 Hilloria Ecclefialtica y Seglar de la Ciudad de Guadalaxara por A- 

lonfo Nunez de Caftro. • - — — Madrid 161^^ 

3028 Propalladia de Bartholome de Torres Naharro. Napoles 1517 

3029 Compendio Hiflorial de las Chronicas y univerfal Hifloria de todos 

los Reynos de Efpana, compueftos por Eftevan de Garibay, 4 torn. 

Barcelona 1628 
30J0 La Pradica della Perfpettiva di Daniel Barbaro, con fig. Venetia 

1569 

J031 Sommario delle Vite de Duchi di Milano cofi Vifconti come Sfor- 

zefchi raccolto da diverfi Auttori da Scipion Barbuo Soncino, con 

^i fig- — : ■^'^•1574 

3032 Epiflole Leftione Evangelii fecorido I'Ufb de la Chiefa Romana, 

literis init. illuminat. corio turcica deaur. Venefiay -per Chrift, Ar- 

noldo 1472 

3033 Santos de la Imperial' Ciudad de Toledo y fu Arcobifpado Excelen- 

cias efcritte por Ant. de Quintana duennas. Madrid 1651 

5034 Hifloria general de las Conquiflas del nuevo Reyno de Granada por 
Fernandez Piedrahita. ■ ■ ■ ■ Amberes 1676 

3035 Conquiflas de las IQas Malucas efcrit por Leonardo de Argenfola. 
'•^ ' ■ Madrid 1609 

3036 Otigen de las Dignidj^es Seglares de Caftilla y Leon por Salazar de 
' Mendoza. '"'^"" lb. 1657 

3b37 Chronica del gran Capitan Goncalo Hernandez de Cordova Aguilar. 

*.? 7 " :, '■ Alcala\l%i^ 

3<sJ'8 "LibfO di Marfilio Ficrho' dclla Chriftlana Religione, editio antiq. fme 

"'' '- * ■ anno aut loco. 

38J9'ChrOn1che che Traflano de la Orlgine He Veneti compoile per Ant. 

'< '-""■ Sah£llico. ' ^ ^ Venet. f,ne anno. 

3^45 'j^feqnie di Lulgi Cattolico re delle" Spagne celebrate in Firenze nella 

"' 'Chiefa di S. Maria Novella il di xxvi. di Ottobre 1724, defcritte 

' '•' ' da'Niccolo Marcello. Venuti, con fig. __1— — Fiorenze ijz^ 

3041 Riftretto dfl Dif^orib fitto fopra la caufa del Mcnferrato per I'AI- 

terra Screni^-. di Savoia, corio turcica foliii deaur. Torino i6z8 

3042 La Fundacion Anti^uidades e Grandczas da muy infigne Cidade de 

■Lifboa efcrita pbr Luis Marinho de Azevcdo. Lifi^oa 16^2 

3643 Tra'tfatO DivotOi — — • — — i "^ Per Bern, de Dacia \4^yZ^ 

3644 Hilloria dc las MifHones de la Compannia dejefus en la India Ori- 
. enfaies,' China y Japon, efcrita por Luis de Guzman, 2 torn. AU 

... '■ ' T) ^.. '^ . «T ^"''^ i6oi 

3(/4^^Las' Epiflolis Familiaf 95 (f^l ^Ahtpnid ^e GUmra. —— »5^9' 



;■- a. ■. * ijP ' 



3346 



Lihri Italicly l£c. Folio. 13! 

3046 Vita della Infanta Maria di Savoia dal Bernardino Alemo, cor-o ttir- 

cico deaur. foliis deaur. ■ " • ■ Milano 1 66:5 

3047 Hiftoria de la muy noble y leal Ciudad de Cuenca per Juan Pablo 

Marty rrico. ■ — — MadrU iS^g 

3048 Coronica univerfal del Principat dc Cathalunya compofta per Hieion. 

Puiades en Drees. ■' — Barcelona \6cg 

3049 Trattado delle Piante & Immagini de facri Edifizi di Terra Santa, 

con fii- ' ■ "■ ■ ■ FiieRza\6zo 

jojo Hiftoria de las Guerras Civiles de Francia de Cateriuo Davila. Madrid 

i66d 

305 1 Coronica general de Efpanna do Florian de G Campo, 4 torn. Akola 

1578 

3052 Catalogo de los Obifpos de la Santa Iglefia de Pamplona. Pamplona 

1614 

3053 Las V^ id as y .Hechos de todos los Emperadores des de Julio Cefar 

hafta Maximiliiino compuefta por Petro Mexia. Madrid 1 655 

3054 Dichiarazioni della Pianta delP antiche Siracufe defcritte da Vincenzo 

Mirabella, con Jig. - ■ > Napoli 161 3 

.3055 La Poetica di Giovan Giorgio Triflino, a.'vec notes en MS. 

3056 Origen Diffiniciones y A£tos capitulares de la Orden de la inclyta 

Cavalleria de Calatrava. ■ — — Valladolid \z^b% 

3057 Succeffion de el Rey D. Phelipi V. en la Corona dc Efpana. Madrid 

3058 Novo Teatro di Machine & Edificii per varie & ficure operationi di 

Vittorio Zonca, con fig. -— — . Vadoua 16:0 

3059 Hiftoria general del Mundo efcrita por Ant. de Herrera, 3 torn. 

Vallad. I6c6 

3060 Annali della felice Citta di Palermo di Agoftino Inveges,- 3 torn, corio 

turcica foliis deaur . - " Palermo 1649 

3061 Noticias Hiftoriales de las Conqueftas de 1 ierra Firme en las Indias 

Occidentales, compueftas por Pedro Simon. • Cuenca 1637 

3062 Hiftoria Oriental de las Peregrinaciones de Fernan Mendez Pinto. 

Madrid \ 6 z6 

3063 Norte de la Cd'ntratacion de las Indias Occidentales por Jofeph. de 

Veritia Linage. ^^ • Se-villa 1672 

3064 Cronica de el gran Cardenal de Efpana Don Pedro Gongalez de 

Mendo9a, por Pedro de Salazar, corio turcica foliis aeaur. Toledo 

1625 

3065 II Libro della Confolatione della Medicine femplici folenni il quale 

fecie Giovanni Figliolo di Mefue, corio turcica deaur at. 1475 

3066 Offervazioni fopra alcuni frammenta di Vafi ancichi di Vetro, con 
fig. » ■ ■ ■ . .■ Tirenxe 1716 

3067 Dell Iftoria di Genoua di Uberto Foglietta libri xi:. 2 tom. corio 

turcica foliis deaur. > ■' ■' ■ Genoua I 597 

3068 Difcurfos Hiftoricos de la leal Ciudad de Murcla. Camara 1614 

3069 Ordinaciones e Statutes de la Ciudad de Zaragoca. Caragoca 162S 

3070 Raccolta di varie Targhe fatte da Profefibri rrimari in Roma dileg- 

nate & intagliate da Filippo Juvarra. Roma 1715 

3071 Europa Portuguefa por Manuel de Faria y Soufa, 3 tom. Lisboa 

1678 

R 2 307a 



i^ 



13% Llhrt halki^ t^c. Folio. 

307» La Hiftoria del Peru efcrevir a Diego Fernandez. Sgvi/Ia i^yi 

3073 La Jurifdiccion EcclefialUca con la Audiencia y Regie Fifeo. Caragoea 

1665 

3074 Antiguedades y Principado dc la iluft. Ciudad de Sevilla per Rodrigo 

Caro. — : — r- . -^ Se'vella 1634. 

30/5 Copilacion de las Inilrnciones del Officio de la fanfta Inquificion. 

Madrid I ^-jh 

3076 La Hiftoria general del Reyno Balearico por Juan Dameto. Mai- 

lore a 163J 

3077 LaVite de Pontifici & Imperadori Romani compofte tla M. Francefco 

Petrarcba, cor io turcica deaur. -1 ■ Florent. 1478 

3078 Ordenanzas reales del Confeio de las Indias, foliis deaur. Valladolii 

1603 

3079 Hiftoria general de la Yndia Oriental por Ant. Efan. lb. 1603 

3080 Epiftola del Triflino de la Lettere nuovamente aggiunte ne la lingua 

Italiana. r— . -^— Vicenza 1529 

3081 Notizie Iftoriche della Citta di Meftina di Placido Reina, z vol. 

Meffma 1658 

3082 Hiftorica Relatione del Regno di Cile. » . . ■ Roma 1.46 

3083 Arcano del Mare di Ruberto Dudleo Duca di iNorthumbri.', 2 torn. 

ch. granday con fig. corio rnjjlco deaur. —■ Fiorenz. 1661 

3084 Defcripclon breve del Monaftcrio de S. Lorenzo el Real del Efcorial, 

con fig- ch. granduy foliis deaur. . Madrid 657 

3085 L'Anfiteatro Flavio defcritto e delineato dal Carlo Fontana, cb. 

grajida. ■ ^ .. n . Hdu 1 725 

3086 La i\ueva y Grande Relumbrante Antorcha de la Mar. par Nicolas 

JanfiVoogt, con fig. — — Jmfi. \6q^ 

3087 Theatro del Orbc de la Tierra de Abraham Orteilo, con fig. colorat. 

foliis deaur. • . ■ - Annjers 1 6 1 2 

50S8 Sljorie univerfale antica overo Corapendio Storico, Genealogico, e 

Chronologico di Quanto ii e fatto di Piu Mcmorabile in tutte le 

Parti del Mondo dalla iua Creazione fino alia Nafcita di N. S. 

Gefu Chrifto, per Carlo Delfini. 

30S9 Storia Genealogica della Famiglia del Ponte fcritta dal Fra. Girolamo 

Maria di Santanna, con fig. ch. granda. ■ Nafoli 110% 

30Q0 Studio d'Archettura Civile fopra gli Ornamenti di Porte e Fineftrc 
tratti da alcune Fabbriche infigni di Roma, con le Mifure Piante 
Mcdini e Projili Opera de piu celebri Architetti de noftri Tempi, 

3 torn, con fig. • . . Roma 1602 

3091 Kolario dcll- Atalantc Veneto del Padre Coronellj, 2 torn, con fig. 

Venet. 1696 

3097 Ro'Tia Sotterranea di Antonio Boiio, con fig. • • Roma 1632 

3093 Anatomia per Ufo & Intelligcnza del Difegno delineata in piu Ta- 
vole con tutte le figure in varie faccie e vedute, data in luce da 

. Dom. de RoiTi. /^.1691 

5094 Nobilta di Genoua di Agoftino Franfone, con fig. Genoua 1636 
To this Copy is added the Genealogy of the Houfe of Doria in 
MSS. with the Arms and chief Perfonages of that noble Fa- 
mily neatly drawn, and curioufly coloured. 
3Q95 V-'CHbo!ario de gli ^■'^ccademJci deila Crufca, 4 torn, grande papier, 

Firenze I<»9| 

3096 



Libri Italkiy ^c. Folio. 13 j 

3096 Verona Uluftrata, contienne I'lftoria della Citta e infieme deir an- 

tica Veneria dali'Origine fino alia Venuta in Italia di Carlo Magno, 
ch. granda, — • Ferona ij'^z 

3097 Hiftoria delle Guerre Civili di Francia del Davila, 2 torn. eh. gran:?. 

Parigi, nella Stamperia Reale 164.J 

3008 Deferizione della Capclla di S. Antonino Archivefcovo di Firenze, ch. 

granda, con fig. - » i- ■ Firen%e 1728 

3099 Memorie Concernenti la Citta di Urbino, per Bernardi Gualdi, <on 

fig. • Roma lyzJ^. 

3100 Saggi di Naturali Efperienze fatte nett Accademia Tofcana, cf/. 

granda, con fig. corio turcica foliis deauratis. Firenze 1666 

3101 Libro d'Antonio Labacco Appartenente a I'Architettura nel qualil 

figurano Aleune Notabli Antiquita di Roma. Roma 1552 

r 11 Terao Libro di Sebaltiano Scrlio nel qual fi figurano e defcrivonO 
\ le Antiquita di Roma, e le Altere che fono in Italia, e fuori 

3102 "S d'ltalia. ' Venetia 154O 

yAntiqus UrbisRomaj cum Regionibus Simulachrun, cum fig. ib. 
K 1532 

3 1 03 Verona illuftrata, per Scipione MafFei. Ferotm yj^z 
3 i 04 Albero e Illoria della Famiglia de Conti Guidi del Sclpione Ammi- 

rato. ■ • '■ Firenze 1640 

3 1 05 Delle Fortificationi di M. Galaffb Alghiii da Carpi, lib. tre. ch. 

grnnda con fig. • « Venet.\^yO 

3106 Opere del Cardinal Bentivoglio, ch.granda. Parigi 16:^^ 

3107 Diicorfi di Pietro Matthioli nellifci Libri di Pedacio Dlofcoride delta 

Miterij. Medicinale, 2 vol. ch. granda, con fig. foliis deaurat. Vev^ 

1604 

3108 La Pratflica di Profpettiva del Lorenzo Sirigatti, con fig. ib. 1625 

3109 L'Arte di reftituere a Roma la tralafciata Navigatione del fuo Te- 

vere dell Ingegniero Cornelio Meyer, con fig, Roma 1 685 

3 1 10 Architettura con diverfi Crnamenti Cavati dal I'Antico da Gio Bat- 

tifta Montano, con fig. > • Roma 16-2.6 

3111 Infcrizione Sepulchrali di Fr. Bianchini, ch. grand.a, con fig. Roma 

1727 
r Regola delli Cinque Ordini d'Architettura, da Vignola, con fig. 

31 12 < L'Architettura di Ant, Labacco, con fig. Rom. 155S 
^ Vafa Antiqua. 

C Architecture de Francine, ^jryff^^. ■ ■ ~ Paris i^^i 

3113 « Delia Trafportatione dell Obelilco Vaticano & delle Fabriche di 
^ Papa Sifto V. fatte dal Cava!. Fontana. Rom^i ifjgo 

3114 Honrras a la Catholica Mageibd del Rey D. Phelipe Quarto Cele- 

bras en Milan a 17 de Dec. 1665, por Orden de Luis de Guzman 
Ponce de Leon, con fig. •• " ■ '- Milan 1665 

3115 Guiochi Feliivi e Militari Danre, Serenate, Machine, Bcfcareccia 

Artificioia Regatta Solenne & altri fontuofi appreltamenti di Alle- 
grezza efpofti alia fodisfattione univerfale dall Ernefto-Augufto Duca 
dj Prunfvich il tutto defcritto dall Gio. Matteo Albert], con fisr. 

Vena. i&. 6 

3 1 1 6 Memorie Iftorico Geografiche della Morea Riacquiftata dall Armi 

Venete del Regno di Negroponte, ru» ^^. ib. 1687 

3117 lUuftraciones Genealogicas de los Catholicos Reyes de las Kfpanas 

cqmpueila, por Eftevan de Garibay, ton fig, Madrid i -;q^ 

3118 



f^^ JJhri ItaUdy ^c' IBoXio, 

3 1 1 8 Hiftoria di Cremona d' Antonio Campo, con fig. color at. corio tur- 

cico deaurat. • . Cremona i^%^ 

3 1 19 Del Paradifo Perduto Poema Inglefe Giovanni Milton, traduzzione 
di Paolo Rolli. ■ ' Land. 1736 

3 1 20 II GofFredo Overo la Gierufalemme Liberata di Torquato Taffo. 

Parigii, nella Stamper ia Reale 1644 
J 1 21 — - II Medefllmo, corio turcica foliis deaurat. ib.ib. 1 644. 

3122 Breve Racconto della Trafportatione del Corpo di Papa Paolo V. 

dalla Bafilica di S. Fietro a qviella di S. Maria Maggiore, con fig. 

Roma 1623 

3123 Theatro Hiftorico Gcnealogico e Panegyrico erigido a la Immor- 

talidad de la Cafa de Soufa, por Manuel de Soufa Moreyra, con 

fig. ch. granda. ■ ■ Paris 1 694 

31 24 Annotazioni fopra il Vocabolario della Crufca di Aleffandrt) TafToni. 

Fenefiia 1698 

3125 Biblia Sacra Iflandica, >■ ■ ■■• Hola 16^^ 

3126 Moncte del Regno di Neapoli Raccolte e fpiegate da Cefare Ant. 

Vergara. » - ■ ■ • ■ Roma 1716 

3127 Iftoria della Sacra Religione & illuft. Militia di San Giovanni Gie- 

rofolimitano di Jacomo Bofio. " i2ff/«« 1594 



Englijh Canon y Civil, Common^ and Statute Law, 

Folio. 

3128 A Compleat Colleflion of Proclamations, from the Death of 
^f\_ Henry VIII. to the Year 1702 inclufive, in 9 vol. 

3129 Cafes in Parliament, from 171 7 to 1742, with the Lords Deter- 

minations thereupon, 8 vol. 

3130 The Statutes at large, from Magna Charta to the 14th of Geo. II. 

inclufive, publifh'd by Serjeant Hawkins in 8 vol. 1735 

3131 Sir Matthew Hales's Hiftoryof the Pleas of the Crown, 2 vol. large 

paper. ■ ■ 1736 

3132 Corpus Juris Civilis, cumGothofredi & aliorum «otis, corio turciofo' 

His deaurat. — . • — — — Amfi. apud El%. \(i^% 

3133 Plowden's Reports, beji Edition. 1684 

31^4 Murray's Laws of Scotland. ■ ■ ' Edinb. \6Si 

3131; Jeahe's Charters of the Cinque Ports, large Paper. 1728 

3130 Trott's Lnvs of the Britifh Plantations in America. 1721 

3137 Adlsof AiTembly palTed in the Province of Maryland, from 1692 to 

1715. ■ ■ ' • 1723 

3138 Afis and Laws paffed by the Gen. Court of Affemb'y of the Pro- 

vince of the MaflUchufetts Bay in New England, from 1692 to 1719. 

1724 
5 139 -^^^^^ AfTembly pafled in the Ifland of Barbadocs, from 16a 8 to 

3140 Sccbeli's Colleflioa of Ads, not mentioned in the Statutes at large, 165?' 



J 



Englijh LaWf Folio. 135 

41 Winch's Book of Entries. ■ — — i68o 

42 Sir Tho. Jones's Reports, in French and Englifii. ■■« 1729 

43 Wood's Inftitute of the Common Laws of England. 1728 

44 Coke's Book of Entries. — — 1671 

45 Domat's Civil Law in its Natural Order, tranflated into Engliih by 

by Strahan, 2 vol. beji Edition, ——___«_ »737 

46 Lilly's Praftical Conveyancer, the third and befi Edition^ cofitimed 

do'ixin to this prefent Time. .^— — — . ■ ■ »74* 

47 Hawkins's Treatife of the Pleas of the Crown, heft Edition. 1739 
43 Dugdale's Orlgines Juridiciales, or Hiflorical Memorials of the £n- 

glifii Laws, <7.t7'/i» C«/i, ^<y? Edition. ■ 1680 

49 Jacob's Law Didlionary, the laft and left Edition. '744 

50 Gilbert's Reports of Cafes in Equity, heft Edition. ■ ■ 174* 

51 RoUe's Abridgment of the Common Law, 2 vol, 166S 
52- Carthew's F.eports, ^^y? ^i/y/zo?;. ' • '74^ 

53 Afts of Afiembly pafTed in the Colony of Virginia, from the Year 

1662. ■ ~— 1728 

54 Hobart's Reports, heft Edition. ■ ■ 1724 

55 Nelfon's Abridgment of the Common Livv, 3 vol. 1725 

56 The Charter of Georgia, granted by K. George L 

57 The Charter of MafTachufiets-Bay, granted by K.. W. and Q^Mary. 

58 Raftell's CoUeftion of Entries. ■ ■ 1670 

59 Levintz's Reports, in French and Engliih, 2 vol. heft Edition* lyiz 

60 Connecut Charter, granted by King Charles II. 

61 Swinburne's Treatife of Teftaments and Laft Wills, heft Edit. 1745 

62 Malynes's Lex Mercatoria, or the ancient Law-Merchant, heft Edit. 

1686 

63 Raftall's Statutes, 2 vol. not in the Statutes at large puhlijhed iy 

Ha<ujkins. ■ ■ « 1618 

64 A Treatife of Equity. ' ■ ■ 1737 

65 Spelman's Engliih Works, relating to the Laws and Antiquities of 

England, > 1727 

66 Bfooke'b Grand Abridgement, 2 vol. interleaiied, full of MS. Not£s. 

, - »575 

67 Sir Thomas Raymond's Reports, heft Edition. 1 74.} 

68 Cotton's Abridgment of the Records in the Tower, large Paper. \6^y 

69 Lilly's Modern Entries, heft Edition. ■■ ■ " »74^ 

70 Carheffe's Book of Rates, - ■■■ ■■ -■ • 1728 

71 Sir Wm. Jones's Reports. • — ■ ■ ■ 1675 

72 Forbes'i Oecifions of the Parliament of Scotland. 17H 

73 Old Book of Entries, black Letter. • iS4^ 

74 Dyer's Reports, ^^ f'^/'/w;: " ■■ . 1688 

75 Cotton's Abridgment of the Records in the Tower, large Paper. 

»658 
The above Copy abomwis 'ivith AIS. Notes, Corrections, and Ad» 
diiions, by De?!X,iil Lord Hcllii, ana Mr. Geo. Holmes, Deputy- 
Keeper of the Records in the Tonver, 'vjho has inferted a Table 
at the Beginning, of all the Parliaments fro7n Henry III. to King 
fames I. 

3176 Wood's Inftitute of the Imperial or Civil Law, with Notes. 1730 

3177 Francis's Maxims in Equity. ; " ■■■■ ■■■■ ■ 1727 
3.178 Blount's Law Dii^ionary. -' •— « 1717 

3279- 



1 3D r^ngifjh l^aw, toiio. 

3179 Lutwyches's Reports and Entries, englifhed by Kelfon. 1718 

3180 Cay's Abridgement of the Statutes, from Magna Charta to the nth 

Year of his prefent Majelly, 2 vol. ■ — ■ 1739 

3181 Lucas's Reports of Cafes in Equity. ' ■ ■ 17^1 

3182 Clift's Book of Entries, ^if/? Edition. ■■ - 1715 
31 S3 Tremaine's Pleas of the Crown in Matters criminal and dvil. 1723: 

3184 Coke's Commeiitary on Littleton, the nth Edition. '719. 

3185 Fleta feu Commentarius Juris Anglicani, cum notis MS. »7 3 J 

3186 Bird's Praftifuig Scrivener, and Modern Conveyancer. 1728 
5187 Brownlow's Book of Entries. ■ " 1693 
3i!iS Bulftrode's Reports, ^i?/? Edition. • • 1688 

3189 The firll Charter of Carolina, granted by K. Charles IL 

3190 Penfilvania Charter, granted by K.Charles IL 

3191 Danver's General Abridgment of the Law, with the Title Error, 

2 vol. ■ ■ 1 7Z5 

3192 Viner's Abridgment of the Law, 7 vol. - '742 
3 «93 Lilly's Practical Regifter, or General Abridgment of the Law, 2 vol. 

^ej? Edition. «a. ■■ '740. 

3104 Vernon's Reports in Chancery, 2 vol. « «736 

3 1 95' Moore's Reports, he/ Edition, nvith MS. Notes. 1688, 

3196 V idi.an's Exad Pleader, or Book of Entries. ' 1684« 

3197 Reports of Cafes in Chancery decreed in Chancery, during the 

Time of Sir Heneage Finch. ■ ■■ 1725 • 

3198 Madoxs's Formulare Angiicanum, or a CoUcftion of ancient Char- 

ters and Inftruments. »^^ — - 1702 

3199 Covvel's Law Didionaiy. •— — — '727 

3200 Rcgiltrum Brevium tam Originalium quam Indicialium, b'ejl Edition. 

1687 

3201 Bohun's CoIIedlion of Debates, Reports, Orders, and Refolutions- 

of the Houfe of Commons touching the Kight of elefting Mem- 
bers. 
32C2 Robt. Lord Raymond's Reports, 2 vol. • ' i743 

3203 Benloe's and Dallifon's Reports. • ■ — — 1689 

3204 Lilicr Placitandi, a Book of Special Pleadings. 1674 

3205 Saunders's Reports in French and Englifh, 2 vol. beji Edition. 1722 

3206 Salkeld's Reports, the fourth and lad Edition, v.'ith many thouland 

additional References by Knightly d'Anvers, and the Pleadings now 
firll done into Englilh. . 1742- 

3207 . The iamc, vol. 3d. ■ » ' 1724 

3208 PoHexfen's Reports. ■ ■' - ■ 1702 

3209 Siderfin's Reports, beJi Edition. >^^_— . 1714 

3210 The Arguments of the Lord Keeper, the two Lords Chief Juf- 

tices, and Baron Powell, when they gave Judgment for the Earl 

of Bath. —— »6^"3 

3'2ll Sir Rob, Atkyns's Enquiry into the Power of difpenfing with penal 
Statutes. ■ • 161^9 

3212 Farrefley's Reports. — — — — — ■ ■ «725 

3213 Sir John Savile's Reports, bound in Rv.JJia Leather, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

167; 
32:4 Dugdale's Copy of all Summons to Parliament. 1685 

3215 Dawlbn's Treatife of the Origin of Laws, and their obliging Power. 

3216 Leonard's Reports, hejl Edition, ■ ■ ■ '■ ■ " 1687 

3218. 



LAW. Octavo. 137 

3218 Reports of Cafes, adjudged in the Court of Chancery, in the Reigns 

of Charles I. and II. James II. William IIF. and Queen Anne, 
^ 3 vol. in one. ■ ■ '70 

3219 Coke's Reports, 3 vol. bed edition. • 1685 

3? 20 Keble's Reports, 3 vol. ■ 1685 

3221 Coke's InlUtutes of the Laws of England, Part 2d, 3d and 4th, 

with Tables, 2 vol. beji edition. i68o 

3222 Comyns's Reports of Cafes, argued and adjudged, in the Courts 

of King's-Bench, Common-Pleas and Exchequer. 1744- 

3223 A ColledJon of Private Afls, from 1719 to 1739, in 2 vol. 

3224 Carter's Reports. — . . i683 

3225 Aleyn's Reports. ■■ - • » ■ ibid. 

3226 Comberbach's Reports. • • »724 

3327 Fitzgibbons's Reports. • • 1732 

3228 Sir Henry Yelverton's Reports, heji edition. ——■ 1735 

3229 Shower's Cafes in Parliament. -^ 1698 

3230 Lutwyche's Reports, z\o\. in French, '7^4 

3231 Ventris's Reports, beJi Edition. - — < 1726 

3232 Jacob's Common Law Common Placed. ' ^733 

3233 Jenkins's Reports, iejl Edit. • — • ■ ■ 1734 

3234 Skinner's Reports. — — _ ■ ■■ ■ ■ 172S 

3235 Rolle's Reports, 2 vol. ■■' '675 

3236 Keilwey's Reports. ■ 1688 

3237 Repertorium Juridicum ; an Index to all the Cafes in the Year 

Books, Entries, Reports and Abridgments, in Law and Equity. 

1742 

3238 Precedents in Chancery. — — —— 1733 

3239 Piggot's Precedents in Conveyajicing. '742 

3240 Reports of Cafes in Law and Equity, from 167© to 1706, revifed 

and publifhed by Dixon. ■ 1742 

3241 Littleton's Reports. • 1683 

3242 Reports of Cafes adjudged in the Reign of King Charles II. m 

Manu/cript. 

3243 The Pleadings and Arguments in the Quo Warranto. 1696 

3244 A General Abridgment of Cafes in Equity. — — '734 

3245 The Laws of Jamaica. ■ ' ' ■ 1684 

3246 Savile's Reports, - ■• ' 1688 

3247 Bridgeman's Conveyances, beJi Edition. ■ 1725 

3248 Waterhoufe's Commentary on Forcefcue's de Laudibus Legum 

Anglias. ' • 1663 

3249 Shower's Reports, 2 vol. »— 1708 

3250 Palmer's Reports. — ■ ■ — _ 1688 

3251 Dalton's Office and Authority of Sheriff?. 1682 

3252 Nifbct's Doubts and Queflions in the Law of Scotland. i6gS 

3253 Report of all the Cafes adjudged by Sir John Holt, from 16^".^ to 

1710. — — . ■■ ■ 1738 

3254 Oficiaa Breviumlt ■ • ■ '^79 

3255 Peere-WilHams's[{eports, 2 vol. - • '74^ 

32 j6 Modern Cafes, in Law and Equity. — _— — 1730 

3257 Brown's Book of Entries. ■ ■■ 1671 

3258 Hutton's Reports. — — ■ ■•■ 16S2 

3259 Helyng's Reports. ■ ■ ■' 1708 

3260 Hardres's Reports. ■ i^93 

3261 Levinz's Colleflion of deleft and Modern Entries. 1702 

S 3 26 J Daila»'s 



13« L A W. Folio. 

5262 Dallas's Syllem of Stiles practicable in the Kingdom of Scotland, 

Edinb, 1697 

3263 Hanfard's Book of Entries. — « — 1685 

5254 Aikyns's DikouiTe concerning the Ecclefisltical Jurifdidlion in 

England.- — ^ ■ ■ 1689 

3261; Cafes, avgued and decreed in the High Court of Chancery. 1735 
3^66 Gibfon'b Dccifions of the Lords ol: Council ind Sefiion in Scot- 
land. ■ Edinb. 1690 

3267 Vaughan's Reports. ■ — __ 1677 

5268 Spotfwood's Prafticks of the Laws of Scotland. -—. 1706 

3269 The Statutes of Ireland, from Magna Charta to the 4thof George 

II. 5 vol. g:/t on the Lca-ues. 
'3270 Mackenzie's Laws and Culloms of Scotland in Matters Criminal. 

Edinb. 1699 

3271 Robinfon's Book of Entries. • ■ ■ 1694 

'5272 Sir John Dnvfi's Reports, ouz/Z» //^^TaZ-/^. t 1674 

3273 Sir John Bridgman's Reports. '659 

3274 Bruce's Decilioas of the Lords of Council and SelTions in Scotland. 

Edinb. 1720 

3275 Stair's Decifions of the Court of Sefficn in Scotland, from 171610 

1728. ■ • ib. 1728 

3276 The Culloms of Normandy, in French. Piar/V 1534 

3277 Ryley's Pleadings in Parliament, with the Judgments thereon. 166 1 

3278 Blackerby's Account of the Penal Laws. ■ • 1689 

3279 Duke's Law of Charitable Ufes. 167S 

3280 Prynne's Animadverfions on the I Vth Part of Coke's Inftitutes. 1 669 

3281 Croke's Reports, 3 vol. 1661 

3282 Cotton's Abridgment of the Records in the Tower. 1679 

3283 Thefaurus Brevium : or a Colledtion of approved Forms of Writs, 

1687 

3284 Skene's old Laws and Cufloms in Scotland. — — Edinb. 1609 

3285 Latch's Reports. -1 .. < • •■ ' 1662 

3286 Hettey's Repor^ts. ■ ■ ■■■ 1657 

3287 Lane's Reports. • — ■ • 1657 

32^8 Style's Reports. • • - 1658 

3289 The Oalde Laws of Scotland, black Letter. 1^66 

3290 • — the fame, bound in red Morocco^ ivith a large Bor- 

der of Gold on the Sides. • ■ i 566 

3291 Winch's Reports, with MSS Notes, 

3292 Anderfon's Reports, 2 vol. 

3293 Heme's Pleader. 

3294 Sir John Pophain's Reports, with MSS Notes 

3295 Noy's Reports 




3296 Sir James Ley's Reports. . — — ? 

3297 The Statutes of Wellmynfler, commonly called Weftmynller Pry- 

mer, made in the third Yereof K. Edvv. L Imprynted by Pynfon. 

3298 The General Laws and Libertiesof the MalTachutets Colony. 1660 

3299 The Cafe of Tenures upon the Commiiiion 0^" defedive Titles. 

1637 

3300 A large Common Place Book of Cafes in Law, &c. and References 

to the St itutes, wirh an Alphabetical Index of the Topicks, and 
<ome Difcourlcs. relating to the AuiiauUies gf Neyvcaltle upon 
Tynne, all in ^innhjenpt. 

3301 A 



LIBRI CLASSIC!, ^'c. GR. ^ LJT. Quarto. 139 

3 30 J A Treatife ooncerninge the Nobilite of England according to the 
Laws of England, :n Mnmifcript. 

3302 The Opinions or Refolutions of the Judges upon thirty-nine Qiie- 
flions concerning Parifh- Laws, &c. To which is added, Juliice 
Jones his Opinion touching the Commiffion, by which the Com- 
miffioners fat at Newgate, Anno 1633, ?« Manujcript. 

3304 A large Collection of Cafes and Arguments in the Law, in the 
Reign of K. Jiitnes III, with a copious Table of Topicki and In- 
' dex of Perfons, in Mamifcript. 



QUARTO. 

Libri Clajfui, Poetici, Critic/, Grammatici, Lexica ^ Bi- 
hUothecaride Greece £s? Latine. 

3303 /IrpLiani varia Hiftoria, Gr. Lat. cum Notis var. curante Gto- 

J \^ t novio, 2 vol. Ch. Max. • L. Bat. 1731 

3305 Araltidis Opera omnia, Gr. Lat. cum Notio var. recenfuitSam. Jebb, 

2 vol. • ■ Oxon. 1722 

2^06 I \^tTa,Charta maxima, z vq\. ib.ijzz 

3307 Aufonii Opera, cum Comment. Vinfli. ■ Burdigalfs 1575 

3308 \dem,foliismarmorat. 1:3 deaurat. — — /^, 1575 

3309 Atheneefes Deipnofophilles traduit en Francois.' a Paris ;63o 

3310 ApoIIonii Rhodii Argonauticon Lib. IV. Gr. cum Scholiis Grascis, 

apud Hen. Stcph. 1574 

331 1 ■ ■ Idem, Uteris Majufculis corio turcica deaurat . foliis Jeaurat , 

f lor entire 1496 

3312 Auii Gelii No(^es Atticae, cum Comment. < • Paris. 1508 

33 '3 Idem, ( jm Notis Gronovii. L. Bat. 1706 

3314 Amira: (Geo. IVt'ch.) Grammatica Syriaca five Chaldaica. Rom^ 

3315 Ariftologia EuripideaGrseco-Latina, per Mich. Neandrum. i>/7/z7. 

a pud Oparinum 1559 
3516 Apnleii Apologia, cum Notis Pricaei. ■ Paris 16^^ 

3317 Idem recenfuit Cafaubonis. apud Comelin. rjgi 

3318 Aurelii Vidloris Hill. Rom. Compendium in ufum Delphini. Fans 

i68i 

3319 Anacreontis Opera, Gr. Lat. cum K«n6?«^JL Stephani. Paris ap»d 

ipjum Steph. 15-4 

3320 ■' ' ■ ' - tradotto in Verfi Italiani da..J8h-i in Venetia \il^ 

3321 Andreae Lexicon Iflandicum, cum multis Notis Manufcriptis . Hauni.-r 

1683 

3322 Arrianus de Venntione Luca. Holftenio Interprete Paiis 1644 

3323 Ariftophanis ComaediailX. Gra^ce, cum Scholiis Grsecis, corio tur- 

cico fcliis deauiat. • FJorent. apiid "Juntas iz^zt^ 

3324 • Plautus, Gr. Lat. cum Comment. Girardi Biturici. Paris 

apud l'Fechelrum\^.\S) 

3325 Ammi.jRus Marcellinu?, cum Anno.tat. Hen.Vaiefii. /^,1636 

S 2 3326 Aodo- 



333» 



140 LIBRI CLASSIC!, i^c.GR.& L/ir. Quarto. 

3326 Audomari Talsi in Lucullurti Ciceronis Comment, iineii rubrit. 

Paris 1550 

3327 Anthologia Graeca Uteris Majufculis fine loco aut Anno. 

3328 Arati Phenomena Graec. Paris apud Morel. '5)9 

3329 ■ Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur at. ib. apud ib. 1559 

3330 ■ Idem Interp. M. T. Ciceronis, Rufo Fefto Avieno, Ger- 

manico Cjefare una cum ejus Comment, ei Julii Hygini Aftrono- 

micon, corio turcica foliis deaurat, ib. apud ib. 1559 

'Idem, Gr. Lat. ■ ■ Paris apud7i/etanum i^^o 

Tlieognidis Sententiae, Gr. Lat. cum Scholiis Vineti. ib. apudib. 

'543 
^Procli Sphaera, Gr. Lat. cdidit Joh. Bambridgc. » " Land. 1620 

3332 ^liani varias Hifloriae Libri XIV. Grs.ch,fol. dcaurat.Romee '545 

3333 Idem & Rufi Ephefii Opera, Gr. Lat. Land. 1726 

3334. iEliani Tadlica, Gr.Lat. Opera & Studio Sixti hrctT'n,fol. deaurat. 

L. Bat. apud Elz. 161 3 

3335 Ariftotelis de Virtotibus Liber And. a Lacuna Interprete. Paris 

apud Richardum 1560 

3336 — — — de Moribus ad Nicomaclium Lib. X. Grsce, lineis rubris 
fol. deaurat. Paris apud "Turnebum 1554 

3337 ^^ Optimo Statu Reipub. Lib. ofto Graece, cumNotis MS 

Paris apud Morel. 1556 

3338 — de Arte Rhetorica Libri tres Car. Sigonii interprete. .Bawa- 

nia I 565 

3339 ■ " Idem Graece & Latine. - ■ ■ ■■ •— — Land. 1696 

3340 Rettorica & Poetica tradotto in Lingua Vulgare da B. Segni. in 

Firenze apprejfo L. Torrentino 1 549 

3341 ■ Poetique traduite en Francois avec des Remarque s, <;?(7r*^ 

^ marbree fur la Tranche.—- - a Farts 1692 

3342 ■ Opera Omnia, Opera & Studio Sylburgii, 10 vol. coria 

turcica foliis deaurat. • Francof. apud JVechelium 1587 

3343 Aufonius de Claris Urbibus, cum Comment. Vineti. Pi^avii 1565 
33^4 Alberti Acharifii Vocabolario & Grammatica con I'Orthographia 

della Lingua Voigare./b/. deaurat. — — in Venetia 15 50 

3345 Alcinoi InlUtutio ad Platonis Doftrinam, Lat. per Jac. Carpenta- 

rium. ■ ■ • ' Paris 1566 

3346 Alberti Liber Modorum Significandi, editio antiqua^ fine Loco aut 

Anno. 

3347 ■ Idem Land, per Wynandum de Worde 1515 

3348 Accufationis in C. Verrem, Lib. VII. lineis rub^-is. Paris li'^z 

3349 Alphabetum Latinum Graece interpretatus, ed:tio antiqua, fine 

Anno cut Loco. 

3350 • Ebraicum Vetus, cum Notis Drufii. Franckera 1587 

3351 ^ Arabicum, cum liagoge Icribendi legendique Arabice, 

Neapoli 1582 

3352 Ars Sophiftica,- ■ editio antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco 

3353 Andrcae (Balthalor.) Didionariam quadrilingue, Lat. Germ. 

Polon. Gr. ■ •■ -. Dantifci 16^3 

3354 Alvari de Jnftitutione Grammatica, Lib. Ires. C. Agripp.ybqh 

3355 Boyerfon Didlionaire Roy:ile Francois .Anglols Sc Anglois Francois. 

a Land. 1742 

3356 Bnrberini Poemata. ■■ •—— Rnfr.a 1643 

3357 Belli (Tho.) Compendium in Artem diiTerendi ab Arillotcle de- 

Icriptam, /;»<iV rubiis. - — ■. -Paris apud Richardum 1555 

3358 Biblioth'tca 



LIBRI CLASSIC!, ^c, GR. & LAT. QuARto. 141 

3458 BibliothecseVenetae Manufcriptae Publicae & Privatae Opera Toraa- 



fini. ■ • — U tint, id 



o 



3359 Bargai (Petri Angelii) Poemata Omnia. Roma apud Zatieuam 

158,- 

3360 Bergani (Geo. Jodoci) Benacus. ■ — l erontv I'/^S 

3361 Bartholini (Riccardi) de Bello Norico Auftriados, Lib. XII. liber 

Membraneus eji corio turcio deaurat. • Arger.torati 1516 

3362 Budae Didionarium, Latino-Grjecum. hutetia apud Car. Steph. 

»-554- 

3363 Bocchii Symbolicarum Quaeftionum, de Univerfo genere, quas ferio 

ludebat. Lib. Y . fol. deaurat. • Bononiis i^j^ 

3364 Bannes Commentaha & Quseiliones in duos Libros Ariflotelis Stagy- 

ritje de Generatione & Corruptione. Venet. apud Juntas »577 

3365 Boethius de Confolatione Piulofophiae, cum Commento W liotit 

MS. • D avert ria: '491 

3366 Idem, cum Commento. ■ ^umburgen/. 1495 

3367 Bibliothecze Cordcfian^ Catalogus, corio turcica /ol. deaurat. Parit 

'643 

3368 Barbari (Hermolai) in Plinii Naturalis Hiftoriae Lib. Cariigationes. 

fol. deaurat. • • Bafil 1 534 

3369 Borrichii Diflertatlones Academics de Poetis. Francofurti 1 683 

3370 Brichi (Petri) in Gilis Priolse Ducis Sc aliarum Nobilium Veneta- 

rum laudem Panegyricus. ■ ■ Venet. 1559 

3371 Bovillius Caroli de Differentia Vulgarium Linguarum & Gailici 

Sermonis varietate. Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1533 

3572 Borrichii Olai Cogitationes de variis Latinae-Linguas aetatibus 

Hafnia 1675 

3373 Bonincontri Lawrentii de Rebus Cce'ellibus, Lib. tres, lineisru- 

bris. • ' • ■■■ Bajil 1540 

3374 Briofii Poemata Latina. - Cadomi 1658 

33*^5 Ciceronis Epiilolas ad Familiares, in ufum Delphini. Paris 1685 

3376 ■ Omnes qui ad Artem Oratorium pertinent Librj, in ufum 

Delphini. ■ ib. 1687 

3377 " Oratoriae Partitiones, cum Argumento & brevibus Annot. 

lineis rubris. Paris apud Richardum l^^S 

3378 ~ ■■ Idem, cum Comment. Lod. Strebsi. ib. apud Vajcofan. 

155^ 

3379 — ' Orationes, in ufum Delphini, 3 vol. ■ Peris 1684 

3380 — Idem, cum Comment. F. Sylvii.»-' ■ Paris apud Badiuvt 

Jfcetstiutn • ■« '53^ 

3381 — Orationes tres de Lege Agraria, contra P. Servilium Ru!- 

lum tribunum plebis. Paris apud Bsnenatum «576 

3382 Orationes tres ad C. Csfarem pro iVI. Marcello pro Q^ 

Ligario & pro I'vCge Deiotaro. Paris apud i^afcofan. \i^;^^ 

3383 . Orationes qusdam, Editio antiqua, fine Loco aut Anr.o. 

3354 ■ Pio Q^Rofcio Cojr;02dio Orationis quod extat. Fragrne;i- 

tum, cum Sy/vii Comment. — Paris apud Budium Ajcentium «532 

3355 ad M. Brutum Orator. illulL Jac. Lod. Strebaii Commeiit. 

cum Notis Mar.u/criptis. Patii apud Vafccjan 153^ 

3386 Oratio pro Marco Marcello. Paris apud Richarduat 1^4^ 

3^87 ■ pio C, Rabirio, cum Coniment. Joa. liflini, Paris 

apud Roigny 1 i;$6 

3328 ■ ' inVatinium. • - - ib, apudVafcofan i;?8 

3369 Liccpci.:s 



-142 LIBRICLASSJCI, i^c.GR.'^ LA^, Quartq. 

53S9 Ciceronis Oratio de Provinciib Confularibus. — Paris apudTileta- 

num 1544 

2^go in L. Catiiinsm, cum Comment. Pet. Rami. ib. apud 

Car. Steph, 1 45 3 

3391 ■ pro a Licinio, cum Comment. Beronldl.Loi;«w, i 517 

3392 • pro T. Annio Milone ab Horatio Tufcanella exa- 

minata. • Venet. 1576 

3-^93 — • Idem, cum Notis var. Paris apud RlchardujTt \ ^60 

3394 ■' pro Lege Munilia", cum Comment. Sylvii. ib. apud 

ib. 1559 
339) - -— • pro A. Cecmna, cum Comment. Pet. Pellitarii. ib. 

ap. Colint:sum 1 540 

3^96 • — in Lucium Cati^Iinam Inveftivs. Paris 1552 

3:^97 Cicero de Officiis, cum Notis var. — Lugd. 1578 

3398 — — — • Idem, Editio prima Liber Memhraneus ejl corio tur- 

cica deaurat. fol. deatirat. Moguntia; per Fuji. 1 465 

3399 • ■ Idem, cum Notis var. — Paris apud Ni'vellium r55S 

3400 . Idem, cum Notis var. — Paris apud Richardum 1550 

2^01 ■ de Legibus, cum Nods Comment. Turnebi. ib. apud ipfum 

^urnebum 1552 

3402 • Idev^, corio lurcico deaurat. • ib. apud Morel. 1557 

3403 • — ' Idem, cum Comment. Pet. Rami. ib. apudVafcofan \^f^^ 

3404 — ' Academica Quasftiones, Lib. I. cum Comment. Turnebi. 

ap. ipfu?n Turnebum l^^'^ 
3^05 ' ■ ■ ' " Academics de Animorum Immortalitate, cum Notis Fer- 

rerii. ■ " ■ ib. apud V afcofan 1539 

3^c6 de Seneftute, cum Comm. Sylvii & Erafmi. ib.ap.ib.i^^^ 

3407 Adionum in C. Verrem Lib. VII. cum Argumentis Al'. 

PjEdiani. ■ Paris 1 563 

3^08 Idem, Lib. IV. priores, cum Notis var. Paris apud 

Fa/co/a?! 1544. 

34C.9 Idem, Lib. VII. cum Aiconii & Latomi Argumentis. ib, 

apud Grypbium 1538 

34TO ■ de Optimo genere Oratorum, lineis rubris. — Paris 1558 

-^411 Idem, cum Comment. Pet. Rami. Paris apud Wechelium 

341: Tufcu'.ana; Quagftiones, Lib. V. cum Notis var. Paris ap. 

V afcofan i 549 

3^1^ . lutm Paris apud Pi char dum 1558 

3414 ■ Topica, cum Comment. Nic. Gulonii. ib. apudib. 1561 

341; Idem, cum Notis v.r. Paris apud V afcofan 1554 

3416 Idem, cum Notis ^^udomari Talxi. Paris 1550 

3417 Idem, cum Notis MS lineis rubris. • ■ ■ • ib. I 567 

^.^ig de Jr'ato Liber, cum Comment. Pet. Rami, lineis rubris. 

Paris apud V afcofan 1554 

31.1 Q i Somnium Scipionis, cum Scholiis Pet. Joan. Olivarii. 

PiHanjii 1535 

3420 Cellarii Notitia O.^bis Antiqui' five Geographia Plenior, 2 voL 

Lipfi<c 17:^1 

3421 ' ■ Idem, 2 vol, Editia optima. ■ ■■ Land. 1703 

3422 Claudiani Opera, corio turcica deaurat. Venet. 1495 

^423 Idem, corio turcica deaurat. •' ib.l^dO 

3424 Jdtm, in ufum Delpfcini, cori6 iurcicofol. marmorat. i£ 

deaurat. - •■ - Paris 1677 

3423 CaeikiiS 



LIBRI CLJSSJCI, &^c,GR. ^ LJT. Ql^arto. 143 

^425 Casfaris Commentnria ex recenf. & cum Notis Davifii Cantab. xjqS 

■lAzh ■■■ Idea», Chart a Kaxima, • ib. ib. 

2^27 • r I<^«;jn, cum Notii Jungermsni. Franco/, ib'ig 

2^28 Idem, cum Notis Pet. Danefiii. Paris 1522 

2429 ■ Idem, en Francois, par D'Ablancourt. a Pun's 1658 

3430 Idem, in Ital. con le i'ig. in Rame fatie da And. Palladio. in Venet. 

161S 

3431 ■ II Medefljmo, carlo turcica deaurat. ^ ib. 1517 

3432 Cluverii Geogrjphia, cam Notis Bunoni & 46 Tab. Gebgraph. 

hand. 1 6g7 

^433 Callimachi Flymni Epigrammata, Fragments, & Poematum Gr. Lat. 

cum Notis Tan. Fabri. ■ — ■ -^ Paris apud Cramoify 167;: 

3434 ■ Hyniai & Sentcntis, Gr. cum Scholiis Grscis. BapJ 

apud Frobcn. 15:^2 

3435 Carpentarii Philofophias Naturalis brevis Defcripiio ex Ariilocele, 

lineis rubris. — ■ Paris apud Kichardum iqc;6 

3436 Cornelius Nepos, cum Comment. Lambini. Paris apud Pet. 

Huillicr 1 5 6q 
343/' ■ Idem, exemplar pukher.fd, marmorat. i^ deaurat. ih.np. 

ib. 1569 

3438 ■ ' XA^m^ foliis deaurat. Paris apud Benenatum 1569 

3439 Crifpini Lexicon Gra:co-Latinum. ■ Land. 1581 

3440 Clcnardi Inllitutiones ac iVleditationes in Gra;cam Lingiiam. Paris 

1566 

3441 Cypriani Catalogus Codicum Manufcript. Bibliothecje GothanK. 

Lipjia 1714. 

3442 Caninii Inftitutiones Linguae Syriacas AflyriacasatqueThalmudicjE. 

Paris apud Car. Steph. 1554 

3443 Capiluporum C?rmina. — — — Roma 1 ^90 

3444 Cajeftani Paradigmata de quatuor Linguis Orientalibus prscipuis 

Arabice, Armaria, Syra, iEthiopica. Paris 1 1;95 

r Cottuni Joa Epigrammata Graica, cum ejufdem Verf. Lat. Patavii 

'^^^ SChryfolors Grscas Grammaticaj Inftitutiones Paris apud 

(_ Wee he Hum 1590 
3446 Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecas R. Trichetidu Frefne. Parisyh(xz 
3^47 Catho cum Comment. Rob- de Uremodio. Ant-do. 1487 

3448 ■■ ' - Idem Land, per Wynandum de Wordc 1512 

3449 ■ Idem, cum Comment. Eraimi, cum multis aliis 7ra£c. 

Bajil, apud Fraben. 1520 

3450 Carmichael GrammaticES Latins, — — __— Cantab, x^^j 

3451 Cafas Joa Latina Monumenta,yo/. deaurat. Florentia apudjmrtas 

'594 

3452 Cuperi Apotheofis vel Confecratio Homeri. Amji. 1683 

5453 Canis Joan. Jacobi OpuJcuia. fine Loco 1476 

3354 Catalogus Graecorum Manufcript. Codicum qui Aliervaniur in in- 

clyta S. Bavariae Ducis E;biiotheca, foliis deaurat. Ingalji. j6q2 
3455 Catalogus Librorum quos Pet. Lambecius compof.iit h in iucem 

edidic. Vindchbme \b'r\ 

5456 CatOlli Poemata ad Corn. Nepotcm, cum "Notis AISS, lineis rubris 
54 J 7 Catalogus Grsecorum Ccdxam, qui I'unt in Bibliodieca Reip. Aa- 

gulL VindeUcs, fol. deaurat. . A. VinM. 1595 

5458 Cantalycii Epigrair.nir.ra. Venet.\^c)X 

5459 Catulii Opera, cum Oblcrvat. If. VcQii. ■ ' L Bat. 169: 

«,4r>Q Clenacdi- 



144 LTBRI CLASSIC!, ^c.GR. 6? LAT. Quarto; 

^460 Clenardi Tabula in Grammaticen Hebrssam. — — Lo^vanii 1529 
^4.6 Camerarii Comment. Explicat. primi Libri lliados Homeri. 1538 
34.6? Chauceri Amorum Troili & Creleidce Angl. Lat. Oxon. 1635 

3463 Chalcidii Tima:us de Platonis Tranflatus, item cjufdem in eundem 

Commentarius Joa Meurfius. -_— _ ___ /, Bat. 1617 

3464 Cnnefii Grammatica & Lex'Ca Chaldaica. — — — Noriberga 1627 

3465 Cebetis Tabula Graece & Latine. fine Loco aut Anno. 

3466 Centum Anagraramata prorfus pura pro Deipara Virgine, fine Ori- 

ginali peccato concepta. Rcmce \66z 

3467 Diogenls Laertii de Vitis & Dogmatis Philofophorum, Lib. X. Gr, 

Lat. cum Comment, integris Dodtorum Virorum recenfuit Mei- 

bomius, 2 vol. — ■ • ■ ■ — -— Amji. 1692 

7468 — -^ Idem, 2 vol. Charta maxima. •• - — — ib. 1692 

3469 Denys D. Halicarnaffe fes Antiquites Romaines Traduites en Fran- 

cois avec Notes, par Le Jay, 2 Tom. ■ • a Paris 1723 

3470 le Meme, grande Papier, 2 Tom. ib. IJZ"} 

547 1 Danetii magnum Didionarium, Latino Gallicum, 2 vol. Jmji. 1 7 1 1 

3472 • Idem, 2 vol. Charta maxima. ■ ib. I 71 I 

3473 Dionyfii Alex. &Pomp. Mela Situs Orbis Defcriptio, Gr. Lat. cum 

Annotat. Ken. Stephani. apud ipfum Steph. 1577 

3474 Dionyfms Alexandrinus de Situ Orbis Traduttio Laiina Ant. Be- 

charii. •— ■' ■ I^enet. 1477 

C Idem, Greece. « Paris apud Morel. 1559 

3475< Arati Phasnomena Grsece. ■ ■ ib. apud ib. 1559 

^ ■■^ Idem, Latine. ■■ ib. apud ib. 1559 

3476 De Dieu Grammaticze Hebraeas compendium. — L. Bat. apud Elz. 

1650 
^477 ... Grammatica Linguarum Orientalium. — ib. apud ib. 1728 

3478 Diflys Cretenfis & Dares Phrygius de Bello Trojano, in ufura 

Delphini. ■ Paris iSSo- 

3479 Drofai Grammatical Quadrilinguis Partitiones. Paris apud fVechel, 

1 54+ 

^^480 Demofihenis & ^fchinis Epiftolje, Gr. "L^t.-^—ib. apud ib. 1552^ 

^,^81 Demofrhenis Ojationes Olynthiacse & Libanii Argumenca in eafdem 

Orationes. • — Lovanii 1521 

3482 Dionis Nicaei Rerum Romanarum Epitome Joa Xephilino G. 

Blanco Interp. — apud R. Stepb. i^^i 

3483 Devarius de Gra:C£e Lingua? Particulis. Romte apud Zemet turn 1588 

3484 Dafypodii Lexicon Grjeco-Latinum. • Jrgentorati 1539 

3485 Davidfon Inftitutionum in Organum Logicum Arillotelis. Paris 

1567 
^486 Duporti Gnomonologia Homeri. Cantab, apud Field 1660 

3487 Doleti Stephani Carminum, Lib. IV. < Z,a^^. 1538 

3488 Dafypodius Cacholicus hoc eft Didlionarium, Latino, Germanico, 

Poionicum. Danti/ci 1 6^2 

3489 Datti Augurtini Elcgantiolae. ■ Banoni^ i ^10 

3490 Erpenii Grammatica Arabica. ■ ■ ■ Leid^s i6\^ 
«^gi Idem &Fabula: Locmani Sapientls Arabice. L. Bat. 1656 

3492 iEi'chyli Tragcediae VII. cum Scholiis QTXch.afmd Hen. Steph. 15^7 

3493 iEfopi Fibulas Grjece Paris apud Rob. Steph. l^^() 

<?4g4 ' ■ Idem, Latine, corip turcica deaurat. ~- — Tarvijii 1 479 
3495 Euripidis Iphigenia in Aulid? Gntce. — — . Lcrjanii 
j4^6 . Hecuba Grxci. -- — ' ib. 1520 

3407 Euiipidis 



LIBRI CLASSIC!, ^c. GR, 6f LJT. QtJARTo. 145 

3497 Medea, Hippolitus, Alceftis, & Andromachus, Grace, literis'Tna- 
jufculis, corio turcica deaiirat. Editio antiqua,fine Loio aut Anno. 

24^8 Tragc?cliaequ32 extant omnes, cum Interp. Gul. Canteri & 

Scholiis DoSi. Vir. 2 vol. • afud Paul. Steph. 160Z 

349^ Edwards Hebraifmorum Cambro-Britannicorum Specimen. 

Land. 1675' 

3500 Epi<fteti Enchiridion, cum Comment. Simplicii Grace. Fenet.i^zS 

3501 • ■ '■' ' Idem, cum Verfione Wolfii & Notis Salmafii. L.Bat.xGj^o 

3502 ■ ■ ■ ■■ Manuale & Sententix quibus accedunt Tabula Cebetis, 

Gr. Lat. cum Notis Salmafii cura Relandi. L.Bat.xjw 

3503 Excerptaex Polybii & varii Auftores Grsece, ex Bibliotheca Fulvii 

Urfini. ■ ■ • Ant-v. apud Plantin. 1583 

3504 Epiftolas Veterum Graecorum Graece. Venet. apud Aldum. 1499 

3505 Erafmi Antioarbarorum, Lib. I. -— Bajll. apud Froben. x^zo 

3506 Epiftolas Platonis Grsce. ■ ■ ■ Paris apud ho gar dum. 1544 

3507 Emblemata Amatoria jam demum cmendata. 

3508 Epigrammata Religiofa, Officiofa «S^' Jocofa, Anglo-Latina. Low*/. 

3509 Forceftii Joan. Idyllia, five Heroes & alia Poemata quxdam. 

Ant'V. 160; 
3jio Faerni Fabuls Centum. ■■ • Patwvii \']\% 

351 { Fracaftorii Syphilis five Morbus Gallicus. ■ •■■ Veronee 1530 
3512 ■ Idem, Charta maxima. -—_____ Loni. 1720 
35 '3 Poemata Omnia. — . . pat. 1718 

3514 L. Flori de Geftis Romanorum, Lib. IV. Paris apiiiPar'vum 1545 

3515 ■ Idem, cum Notis Vindli. • PiJIa-vii 1^6 ■j 

35 1 6 •■ Idem, corio turcica, deaurat. Editio ant i qua, fine Loco 

aut Anno. 

3517 • Idem, in ufum Delphini. — — — • Paris 1674 

3518 Fungeri Joan. Etymologicum Trilingue, corio turcica deaurat. fol. 

deaurat. « • ■ • Lugi. 1607 

3? 1 9 Ferrarii NomencktorSyriacus. ■ Roma 1632 

3520 Francios in Vocabulario Efpanol e Italiano. — — in Venet. 16^^ 

3521 Frondebeuf de Placitis Rhetorum Libellus. -u » Paris i^jz 

3522 Fabricii Bibliotheca Grxce, 14 vol, ■-■ Hami>. 1708 

2^23 ■ — . Hiftoria Bibliothecje Fabricianas, 3 vol.— — ^^o/^^a^. 1 7 1 7 

3524. Franchenau Bibliotheca Hifpanica. Lipfiaiyz^ 

3525 Faleti de Bello Sicambrico, Lib. IV. & ejufdem alia Poemata, Lib. 

VIII. ■ -» Venet. ap. Aldum x^z^i 

3526 Ficheti Rhetorica, Editio antiqua, fine Loco aut Anno. "^ 

3527 Frontini Stratagemi Militari tradotti, in Lingua Italiana d'Ant. 

Gandino. ■ in Venetia 1574 

3528 FoliiTts Uberti Opufcula varia de Li ngux- Latins ufu & Prsellan- 

tia, corio turcica foliis deaurat. • Roma ap. Zanettum \ 579 

3529 Facetus, cum Commento Editio antiqua,fine Loco aut Anno. 

3530 Grotius de la Guerre & de la Paix traduit, par Courtin, 2 Tom. 

doree fur la Tranche. — — — — — ti Paris 1687 

jjj^i Excerpta ex TragcedJis & Comcediis, Grascis, Gr. Lat. 

ib. 1626 
52 Genebrardi Ifagoge ad Legenda Sc Intelligenda Kebra^orum & O- 
rientalmm, fine Pun£lis fcripta, cum Al. Gr.'.mmat. Heb.Par.1587 
3533 Galani Grammaiticse & Logicae fnUituciones Linguse Literalis Ar- 

menicaj. •- ■ ■ ■> Roma 1645 

;534 Guilloniu* de Dialeftis Verboram k. Nominum, Dialedtos Com- 

nuRes, cam Verbis habentium. Paris apuiU'e^helium 1 561 

T 352; G/egorii 



146 tIBRI CIJSSTCI, &(. GR.i^ LJr. Quarto. 

3535 Gregorii Nazianzeni Opufculum, Gr. Lat. corio turcica /0/. deaurat. 

Venet . apud Aldum 1504 

3536 Grammatograpkia de Promptu Citoque difcendam Grammaiicen 

Tabulas, turn Generales, turn Speciales. Paris apud Colin, i 529 
3:^37 Gomari HebrxM Scriptura Ars Poetica. ■ L. Bat. i6^j 

3538 Gambara: Rerum Sacrarum Liber, cum Argumentis Jnc, Pafti. 

Jnt'v.apudPlantin. 1577 
3i;39 Gauricii TraflatuE de Ocio Liberal!. • Roma 1557 

3540 Gahheri Alexan reidos. ■■ Lugd. 1557 

3541 Gil Logonomia Anglica. - — ■ Lond. \6zi 

3^42 GclenJi Lexicon Symphonum. Bajtl. apudFroben. 1537 

3543 Homeri Ranarum <i: Murium Pugna, Gr. Lat. 

Paris apud Richardum T 560 

^r;\^ Idem, Gr. Lat. ~> 151 3 

^ j^^ Idem, Philymno Intcrprete & Eulogia Funebria, cum tnul- 

tis aliisTraSl. 1513 

3!; 46 Iliados, Lib. VIII. Grsce. — L. Bat. apud Plantin. 1588 

3^47 Iliados, Lib. XL Grxce. • ib.apudib. 1589 

3548 llias, cum Sclioliis Didymi ~ Cantab. 1689 

3jj49 Ilicide Tradotta, in Lingua Italiana, par P. la Badeffa 

in Padoua 1 1^64 
3^^o >~ » . ...... n . Odyflea, Batrachcmiyoraachia&HymniGrseceinterfoliata, 

Lo'van. 1523 

jq^i . ,-, Idem, Charta maxima ^ foliis deaurat. "— ^ ib. I 535 

3552 • Opera, Gr. Lat. cum Annot. Sam. Clarke, 2 vol. Ch. 

Viaxima • — . ■ Lond. 1729 

3353 Opera, Gr. Lat. Opera & Studio, Jof. Barnes, 2 vol. 

Cantab. 171 1 

3554 ' " • ' Opera, Gr. Lat. cumScholiis Didymi, ivol./o/. deaurat. 

Amji. apud Elx. 1656 

3555 Hpratii Ars Poetica, Notis And. Kragii, 

3^56 Ars Poetica. —Editio antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco. 

3557 ' Idem, lineis rubrii. • • ■ — Paris 1636 

35^8 - ■ • . ■ - Idem, cum Comment. F. P. Pedimontii. 

Fenet. ap. Aldum 1 546 

3559 " Idem, cum Comment. Aldi Manutii, corio turcica, deaurat. 

Venet. apud Aldum 1 576 

3560 ■■ Idem, cum Comment. Parrhafii Acronis & Porphynonis. 

corio turcica deaurat. ■ Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1 533 

3561 • — - — — Sermonum feu Satyrarum, Lib. II. Paris ap. Vafc. 1551 

3562 < Embleraata Imaginibus in 323 incifis Notifque illultrata Stu- 

dio Othonis varia. . Antv. 1607 

3563 Opern, cum Comment. Torrentii. ./^«/fy. ap. Plantin. 1608 

3564 " Idem, corio turcica, foliis deaurat. ib. apudib.lbo'i 

3;j65 ex Recenfione & cum Notis Bentleii. — Cantab. 1711 

3566 — cum Comment. Jac. Craqaii. Ant'v. apudPlant. \6it 

3567 ■ ■- cum Comment. Lambini. ■ A.Allab. 1605 

3568 • cum Comment. Lambini, /(?/. </ffl«r«/. Ver.ct. 1565 

2569 — .^ — Idem, corio turcica deaurat, Literijque initial, cujuf^i 

Lib. mira Pulcher depid. Editio antiqua, fine Loco aut Anno. 

3t;7o ■ - cum Comment. Ceruti, corio turcica deaurat. 

Verona 1585 
3C~i ■■ "• ' — — «• cum Comment. Parthenii. — — Venet. 1584 

3572 Horatius, 



LIBRI CLASSIC!, &c. GR. ^ LAT. Quarto. 147 

3572 Horatius, Terentius, Virgilius & Catullus, Tibullus & Propertius, 

;' ' 4 vol. ' ■ ' ■ " Cantab. 1699 

^573 Hefiodi Opera, GfKCe. Venet. apud Zanettum 1537 

3574 Idem, Latine. . Lugd. 1550 

3^75 Herodiani HiIlori'.e, Graece. — Lo'-can. 1525 

3576 • Idem, Latine. • Bononite \^()i 

3577 Harpocrationis Lexicon decern Oratorum, cum Notis Maullaci & 

Valcfii. L. Bat. 1683 

3^78 Hadrianus de Sermone Latino &Modis Latine loquendi. 

B»Jil. apud F robin, 15 18 
^579 Hobbes de Mirabilibus Pecci. 

3580 Hichefii Inftitutiones Grammsticae Anglo Saxonicse, & Mafo Gor 

thicas, cum Notis MSS per Hum. Wanleium. Oxon. 1689 

358 1 Heinfii Paraphraftes Grscus, in Echica, Ariftoteles Nicomachea. 

L. Bat. 1607 

3582 Hofpitalii Carmen de Theavilla Capta. Paris apud Morel. 1558 
J583 ■ in Francifci Francia; Delphini, & M^ris Stuartce 

Nuptias. • ih. apud ib. \ 1^1^ 

3^g4 dePace. ib. ap. ib. 1558 

3;;85 Hephasftionis Enchiridion de JVIetris, Gixch. Paris ap. 'lurTieb.i^^'^ 

3586 Hormani Vulgaria. ■ Lo>jd. 1519 

3587 Humii Theagrii Lufus Poetici. ■ /^.1605 

2588 Daphn. Amaryllis, ib. 1605 

3589 Hermogenis Ars Rhetorica abfolutiflima, Grasce. 

Paris apud Wechelium 1538 

3^90 Joubert fon Diftionaire Francois & Latin. • a Paris 1725 

j.^91 Johnlloni Pfalmi Davidici Interp. Argumentis Notifque illuft. 

Land. 1 741 

■'/* C Ifocrates Orationes II. Gr. Lat. Paris apud Benenatum x 570 

■* ; ^Plutarch, de Liberorum Inftitutione, &c. Paris apudJJ'eckel. 1561 
) Joach. Perionii de Optimo Genere Interpretandi Comment. 
(_ ib. apud Coliiia^um 1540 

3593 Junii Hadrian» Lexicon, Grjeco-Latinum. Bafil. 1548 

3594 Juvenalis & Perfii Satyrze, cum Vet. Scholiis & Joan. Britannici Com- 

ment. • Paris 1613 

3)95 Infulani Francifci Poemata. ■ Paris apud Richerium i^jb 

3596 Ifaaci Joh. Grammatica Hebrsea. Jnt'v. apud P/antin.i ^yo 

3597 Junii Gothicum Gloffarium interfoliat. cum Notis MS Geo. Hic- 

kefii. ■ ■ ■ Dordrechti 1665 

3558 Jufta Funebria Ptolemsei Oxon. The. Bodleii celebrata in Acad. 

Oxon. Martii 29, 1613, fffr/o /z/rf/Vo. O.vo«. 1613 

3599 Jonae Runolph Grammaticae Iflandicas Rudimenta, cum Notis MSS. 

Ha f nice 1651 
?6oo Ifocratis ad Nicoclem de Regno Oratio. — — Lovan. 1522 

3601 Kircheri Prodromus Coptus five ^gyptiacus. Rom^e 1&36 

3602 Kimchi Thefaurus Lingua Sandra:. — Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1548 

3603 Kempferide Linguarum varietate Libellus. ib 

J604 Longiniis de Subiimitate, cum Tollii & aliorum Notis. 

1. ad Rhenum 1694 

5605 Idem, cum Notis Zach. Pearce. ■ /,0/zd'. 1724 

;6o6 Linacri Rudimenta Grammatices. Paris apud Rob. Steph. M^-'^b 

;6o7 Idem, Charta maxima. • ib. apud ib. 1540 

608 Lucretii de Rerum Natura, Lib. fex, in ufum Delp. — Paris 16S0 

609 Idem, cum Notis Tan. Fabri, /0/ deaurat. Salm. 1662 

T 2 3610 Lucreiii 



-148 LIBRI CLASSIC!, t^c.GR.^ LAi\ Ql'arto. 

3610 Lucretiide Rerum Natura, cum Animadvcri' Joa. Nardil. 

Tlorentia 1647 
36T I ■ ' ' Idem. ' ' Brixia 1496 

3^12 Lucini Pharfalia, cuai Notis var, curante Oudendorpio, 2 vol. 

L.Bat. 172S 
3613 Luciani Samofarenfis Deorum Dialog! XXIV. Grsce. Paris 1557 

3614. Marini Dialog! XV. Gra;ce. Peris ap. Wtchel. 1548 

36;^ fes Oeuvres de la Tradudtion de Pcrror, 2 Tom. 

a Paris 1654 

C Lycophronis Alexandra, Gr. Lat. cum Comment. Ifacii Tzetzis, 

3616-^ apud P. Stipb. 1601 

([[.Mercurialis de Peftilentia. —— Venet.apud Juntas 1601 

3617 Lycophronis Alexandra, Gr. Lat. •■ ■ ■ Paris ap. Morel. 1584 

3618 Ludolh Grammatica Ruflica. ■■■■ ■ ■ Oxon. 1696 

3619 Lexicon .^thiopico Latinum. — — Lond. \bh\ 

3620 Libanii Sophifiae Parafitus Obfcoenam Occifam fe ipfam diferens, 

Gr. Lst. ■ Paris ap. Morel. \box 

3621 - ■ • Crationej Grace. Ferrar. 1517 

3622 ■ IderHy ccrio turcica foliis deaurat.-^—^ — — ib. 1 5 17 

3623 LeftreHiii E'o^ia Gratulatoria in Laudcm Nic. Gulonii — Paris 1^67 

3624 Lafciris Conftantini Grammatica Grasca. — Venet. ap. Aldum 1512 
. 3625 ■ • - de Oflo Partibfls Orationis. ————— Lovan. 1^70 

3626 Lufini in Lib. Horatii de ArtePoetica Comment, corio turcica, fol. 

deaurat. ' ■ Venet, ap. Aldum \ 5 54 

3627 Longi Paftoraliumde Daphnide&Chloe, Lib. IV.Grasce, ;>7/f?yo/. 

corio rujfuo, fol. deaurat. — — plorent. apud Juntas 1598 

36:8 Lipfii de Recta Pronunciatione Latinae Linguae Dialogus. 

Antv. apud Plant in. 1586 

3629 Lecniceni Oir.niboni de Odlo Partibus Orationis Liber, corio turc, 

deaurat. ■ Patai). 1 474 

3630 Livii delle Hiftorie de Romani Tradotti in Lingua Tofcana di Jac. 

Nardi. — — • /a f^enet. 1567 

3631 Liber Morofi Facet!, Editio antiqua,Jine Anno aut Loco. 

^6^2 Maittaire Senilla, five Poetica aliquot in Argumentis varii Generis 
Tentamina. ■ Lond. 1 74 2 

3633 MifcellaneaGrscorum aliquot fcriptorum Carmina./^. 1722 

3634 EpiftoIarJs de Antic'ujs Quintiliani Editionibus, 

3635 Martialis Epigrammata, cum Comment. Domitii Calderini, 2 voL 

Soma 1474 

3636 ■ Idem, in ofum Delphiiii. ■ Paris 16S0 

3637 Magnetii Paraphrafis Poetica in Pfalmos Davidis, corio turcica fol. 

deaurat. ^ 1 Paris 1 634 

3638 Mofchopuius de Ra:ione Examinandx Orationis, Grice. 

Paris apud B.ob. Steph. 1545 
3659 Meurfii GIofTarium Graeco Barbarum. ■ L. Bat. 1614 

3640 Mandofii Bibliotheca Romana. - - - Rar^iie 1682 

3641 Mori Oratorio Definitiones. -. . — Paris l^jz 

3642 Mintert Lexicon Gia:co Latinum, in N. Telbimentum, 2 vol. 

T. ad Mceij. \J2^ 

3643 Mancinelli Ant. Opera. > ■ Vtmt. 1494 

. 3644 Manilii Afironomicon, Editi^j antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco, 

3645 Manutii Aldi Gramma tic^e IriHitucioneb Gracje, coria tut dec foUis 
deaujaf, n-m. ,. ,,, »— ycnet. apud Aldum 1 5 i ^ 

3646 Mulsorum 



LmRI CLASSICI, ^c. GR. & LAT. Quarto. 149 

364.5 Multorum Vocabuloram equivocorum Interpretatio Joh. de Gar- 

landia, corio turcica deaurat.——~apud IVynandum de IP'orde 1490 

3647' Minturnus de Poeta, exemplar pulcher. fol. deaurat. Venet. 1559 

3648 Manethonis Apotelefmaticorum, Lib. fex, Gr. Lat. cura Gronovii. 

L. Bat, 1 698 

3649 Minucii Felicis Oflavius & CsecQii Cypriani de Idolor, Vanitate, 

cum Obfervat. Nic. Rigaltii, corio turcica, fol. dcaurat. //»/.1645 

3650 Mariani Joan. Carmina. ■• — ■ Paris 1524 

3651 Micrzelii Lexicon Philofophicum. ' - — J^nce \b^^ 
^6^z Melvini Mufae. ■■ ■ 1620 

.3653 NeandriOpus Auremn & Scholafticum, 2 vol. Lipjta 1577 

3654 ■ Idem, 2 vol, exemplar pulcher, fol. deaurat. — ib. 1 5 77 

3655 Nonni Panopolitae Dionyfiaca, Gr. tx Bibliotheca Sambuci. 

Antnj. apud flantin. 1669 

3656 Nova Epigrammata, - ' ■ 1684 

3657 Nemefiani & Calphurnii Bucolica, cum R. Titii Comment. 

Florentine apud Juntas I jqo 

3658 Ovidii Heroides, cum Interp. Hubert. Crefcentii & Jani ParrharW. 

Fenet. 1543 
365:9 — — — deArte Amandi, Editiaantiqua^ Jine Anno aut Loco. 

3660 ■ de Remedio Amoris, cum Comment, fine Anno aut Loco. 

3661 Metamorphofes en Rondeaux, a'vecfig. a Par. de I' Imp. Ray. 1676 
5662 • " Ridotte di Gio. Andrea dell Anguillarain Ottava 

Rima con le Annotat. di G. Horologi, ejig. adomat. 

in Vinegia prejjo Guinti 1 584 

3663 — Opera Omnia, cum Notis var. cura & Studio Pet. Bar- 

manni, 4 vol. • ■ ■■ - Amji.i-jzj 

3664 Ortus Vocabulorum. — — . afudWynandumdelVorde \^q^ 

3665 Oudin Trefor des Deux Langues Francoiie & Efpagnolle, 2 Tom. 

a Bruxelles 1 66a 

3666 Orphei Argonautica Prodi Sphasra& Lycii Orationes Gr2ce,//Vm/ 

Majufculis, corio turcica deaurat. Flormt. ap. Juntas i6dO 

3667 OlivaPacisde Pace, cum Fcederatis Belgis feliciter Sandla Carmen 

Cantabrigienfe. — — ■ __ Cantab. 1654 

3'B68 Oppiani de Venatione, Lib. IV. Qrxat. Paris apud Vafco fan 1549 

3669 OthonijB Joh. Carminum diverforum. Lib. duo. Argent. 1616 

3670 Obfopo?us de Arte Bibendi. — Norimb. 1537 

3671 Plu-edri Fabulx ./£fopicae, cura Comment. Pet. Burmanni Leid. 1 727 

3672 Idem, cum Notis D. Hoogftratanus, in ufum Principis 

N^iXivii, cum fig, Charta maxima -- • Amfi, 1701 

3673 Plutarch de Procreatiene Animi in Timzo Platonis Grasce. 

Paris apud Morel. 1552 

3674 ' de Primo Frigido, Gr. Lat. — — ib. ap. Turntb. 1552 

3675 ■ de Liberorum Inliitutione Grzece, Paris ap. I feci e 1.1^.^7 

3676 Problemata Lacine, Editio antiqua, f:nce Loco aut Anno. 

3677 — ■* . fes Vies des Hommes illuftres, Traduite? en Francois avec 

des Remarques Hiftoriques & Critiques, par Dacier, 8 Tom. 

a Paris 172 1 

3678 •' ■ ■ ■ Le Meme, grande Papier, 8 Tom. - ■■ /3. 1721 

3679 Pompeius Feftus de Verborum Significatiore, corio turcica, deaurat. 

per Joh. de Colonia 1474 

3680 — ■ ■■ Idem, cum Notis Dacerii, in ufum Delph. foliis deaurat, 

Paris id8i 
3681 Poetae 



^50 UBRTCLJSSICI, Wc.CR.^ LAT. 'Quarto. 

3681 Poetae Xjatini Minores, cum Notis var. curante Burmanno, 2 vol. 

Leida 1731 
5682 Panegyrici Veteres cum aliis,. EHitio antiqua,ftne Anno aut Lac 9. 

g^gj , Idem, cerio turcica deaurat. Editio nietttjiif. 

3684 ■■ ■ ■ Idem, cum Notis Jac. de la Bauue, in ufum Delph. 

Paris 1626 
5685 Idem, J. Agricolae Vita, per C. Taciturn, Petronius Ar- 
biter, & DiAys Cretenfis, cono turcica Mediolani 1477 

3686 Philo de Animalium Proprietate, Gr. Lat. cum Notis Berfmani 

Lipfiai^j^ 
3687——— Iditm, Charta maxima •■ 1. ad Rhenum lyi^o 

3688 Pindari Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Ifthmia, cum Scholiis Joa. Bc- 

nedifti ■ ■ —i-r- Salmurii 1620 

g5gg . Idem, Grsece, cum Scholiis Grsecis — ~ Rom(s 1515 

5690 > Idem, yi/Zn deaurat. ■'■ » z^. 1515 

5651 — ___- Idem, Gr. Lat, ■ ■ - ap. Paul. Steph. 1599 

5692 Pindari Olympia, Nemea, Pythia, Ifthmia, Gra;ce, corio turcica, 
lineii rubris, foliis deaurat, exemplar pulcher 

Paris ap. Morel. 1558 

r* Epitome Homeri Latine - Paris \tf]% 

3693 s Vocabularius Poeticus. — - • - • Colon. 

CCiceronis & Plinii Secundi Epiftolae. 2)/zi/*«/. 1524 

5694 Plinii Secundi Hiftorias Naturalis, Lib. XVIII. Par. apVaJcof. 1 550 

3695 de Viris illuftribus. ■ Paris 1571 

3696 ■ Idem ■ ■ ■' ' — • Bononite 1502 

3697 Idem, interfol. ctm multis hotis Manufcriptis 

Paris apud Richardutn 1 550 

3698 ■■ ■ ■• Epiftolae per Beroaldum corredae, foliis deaurat. 

Bononia 149& 
5699 Plinii, Idem, cum Notis var. recenfuit Cortius & Longolius 

Jmji. 1734 
J700 ■ Panegyricus, com Notis Frifchmanni. ■ Argent. 1 63c 

370 1 Pamanias ou Voyage Hiftorique de la Greece Traduit en Francojs 

avec des Remarques, par Gedoyn, 2 Tom. anjecfig. — a Par.iyyi 

3702 Petronii Arbitri Satiricon, cum Comment, ex Mufaso Ant. Gon- 

falideSalas — _— • ■ - ——France/'. 162^ 

jyoj ■ .. ■ Idem, cum Notis var. curante Burmanno, 2 vol. 

T. ad Rhenum 1709 

3704 ■ ■■ — — — Satyrici Fragmenta quffi extant. Venet. 1499 

2705 — — — & aliorum quorundam Veterum Epigrammata haft^us 

nonedita — — ■ ■ Piffavii 1579 

3706 Probae Centones ex Virgilio, corio turcica deaurat. Editio antiqua, 

fine Anno aut Loco. 

3707 Platonis de Morie Dialogus, Gr. Lat. cum Scholiis H. Rayani 

Colonia 1568 
jypg ___— _ de Amore Colloquium Morale, Grasce, 

Paris apud Morel. I 543 
r Palama; Gregorii Orationes II. Gr. Lat. corio turcica deaurat. 

Paris apud Tttrnebum 1553 



Demofthenis Orationes III. Grsece. 

3709^ Gnomologia Grace Paris apudTurnebum 1553 

Ilfocratis Orationes Giaece. 
Antholpgia Grffice Paris apud Morel. 1 ^^t 

LSentemiola Poetar. vetuft. qu» fuperfunt Op. Lat. il>. ap. ib. 1553 

3710 Platonis 



LlBRl CLASSIC!, ^cGR. W LAT. Qva^to, 151' 

3710 Platonis de Legibus feu de Legum Latione, Lib. XII. Grjece, 

Lovanii 15^1 

371 1 Perfii SatyrtE, cum Notis Eliae VinAi Santoni Pifiavii 1560 

,.,,2 .. • I-derti, ■ Paris ap.Wechelium 1 560 

-iji-i ■! Idem, cum Notis var. corio turcica, foliis deaurat. 

Paris apttd Morel. 1613 
3714 Petreii Rolandi in Ciceronis Oratlonem, pro P. Sextio Commenu 

Paris ap. Vafcofan 1 5 5 J 
371 c ftopertii Opera, cum Notis var. recenfuit Bronckhufius, corio tur- 
cica deaurat . Atufi. 1702 

3716 Pomponius Mela de Silu Orbis, Editio prima, torio turcica deaurat. 
J717 . . Idem, cum Laftigat. Hermolai Barbari, corio turcica deau- 
rat. ■ -— Vettet. 1^1% 

3718 Pifidse Opus fex Dierum, feu Mundi Opificium, Gr. Lat. 

Paris apud Morel. 1 5 85 

3719 Foeiaata & Epiftolsediverforum, cerio turcica deaurat. fim Ahko 

circa 1 500 

3720 Plauti Afinaria Studio Joach. Camerarii — Paris ap. Davidum 1555 

3721 • Auluiaria • i/^. ap. ii>. i^i;^ 

3722 Plauti Comcedije aliquot Selediores ex mukis exemplaribus collatis, 

cum Annotat. A. Langolii Pam 1530 

3723 ' ConiCEdiiE, corio turcica deaurcit. ■ Venet. J 495 

3724 Poftellus de Originibus leu de Hebraica; Lingua-, & gentis Antiqui- 

tate • Paris 1538 

3725 ■■ Gramma tica Arabica ■ ■ i A, 

3726 ' Linguarum XII. Charafleribus DifFerentium, Alpbabetujs 

Introduflio — — ih. 1^38 

3727 Patricii And. Annotationes in Fragmenta Ciceronis 

Venft. apud Zijetum 1565 

3728 Paolini Dittionario Giorgiano e Italiano — ia Rsma i6i^ 

3729 Poema Graecum de Thefco, cum Jig. •■■■ I' (get. 1529 

3730 Prudentii Opera, Editio prima. 

3731 Pagnini Hebraicarum InHitutionum, Lib. IV. 

Paris apud Rob. Sleph. 1549 

3732 Porti Francifci, in omnes Sophoclis Prolegomena MorgHs 1584 

3733 Philelphi Fabute Fenet. 1480 

3734 Pomponii Lasti Rom. Hift. Compendium i6. 1512 

3735 Profperi .^^quitannici Carmina . per jfac. Venetum r48c 

3736 Perottus de Metris & Guarinus A<i Dl^ihongxs, cor ia turcica deaurat. 

1471 

3737 Papii And. Gandenfis de Confonantils feu pro DiatefTaron, Lib, 

duo ■ — Ant'v, apud P/antia. l^Sl 

3738 Palmerii E.xercitationes in Optimos Fere Autores Grsecos 

L. Bat. 1 653 

3739 Prior Abfalon & Architophel Poema. Oxon. r6Si 

3740 Philoftrati de Vitis Sophiitaram', Lib. duo Ant. Bomfino Interprete 

1516 

3741 Pr^elare DiSa Septem Sapientum Gra:ci3e, Geo. H<?rmonymo Ib- 

terprete ■ ■ Dd<vent.,i ^14. 

3742 Poemata Aquifgranenfia ab Aquifgranenfi Coll. Societat. Je^u edita 

' C. Agripp. 1615 

3743 Profperi Martinangii Poemata diverfa, cum Graeca turn Latina 

P..O!rne apudZanettum I 5^2 
3744 PiOaJtorij 



^ 'fTifeTiS.''tL.T-C'i- ^'JL" '^ 



15^ LTBRI CLASSIC!, t^c. GR. & LAT. Quarto; 

3744 Proditoris Prod itor five Decachordon, pleftrumadmovcnte Horatio. 

continens Liberationem Britannicarum. Land. 1606 

3745 Pibracii Tetrafticha & Sex Epigrammata, Gallica, Lat. Verf. &. 

Comment, expreffa & illuft. Autore The. Bicartone, /o/nV deaur^t. 

PiSiavii i6gQ 
J746 Pfalini Davidis aliquot Latino Carmine exprefli a IV. illuft. Poetis, 

apud Hen. Steph. 1556 
3747 Pembelo Enchiridion Oratorium. ■' ■ ■ ■ Oa-ow. 1633 
,3748 Parkhurftii Ludica five Epigrammata Juvenilia Lond. 1573. 

3749 Prideaux Tabula: ad Grammatica Grxca Introdutfloriae Oxon. 1639 

3750 Quinftilliani Opera omnia, cum Notis var. recogniti & emendati 

per Pet. Burmannum, 2 vol. ■ » L. Bat.ijzo 

3751 ' ■' ■• Idem, Cbarta maxima, 3 vol. • — — _ il>. 1720 

3752 Inftitutione Oratoria, Lib. XII. cum Notis Edm. Gibfon. 

Cb. max. cerio tivcico,/bI. deaurat, n Oxon. 1693 

3753 ■' Dcchmationes, corio turcica deaurat. Par. ap. Morel.1^6^ 

3754 de rinftitution de I'Orateur, Traduit par Gedoyn, 

a Paris 1718 

3755 Quinquarboci de Re Grammatica Hebraeorum Opus. Paris i^ ^6 

3756 Querimonia Pamphili, Editio antiqua, fine Loco out y^nno. 

3757 Rapini Hortorum, Lib. IV. cum Difputatione de Cultura Hortenfi, 

Ch. max. lineis rubris » Par. e Typog. \ 665 

3758 Robertfon Thefaurus Linguse Sandae. ■ Lond. 1680 

3759 RivoliE Diftionarium Armeno Latinum. ■ Paris \ 6'^'^ 

3760 Rei Agrarise Auftores Legefque variae, cum Notis Goefii & Rigaltii 

JmJ}. 1674 

3761 -— ^— Idem, 2 vol. Charta maxima - — » — ib, 1674 

3762 Rei Accipitrarise Scriptores, Gr. Lat. ex Bibliotheca Regia Medicea 

Paris 161 2 

3763 Reiferr Index Manufcriptorum Bibliothecas Auguftanse. 1675 

3764 Rami Defenfio pro Ariltotele adverfus Jac. Shecium. Laufann<e 1 57 1 

3765 Ravn Orthographix & Analogic Ebraic£e — — Amjl.\h\(i 
"ifl^h Rutilius de Curia ■ Veaet. 1528 

3767 Rordahufani Sententiae Homeri ■ • Lovan. 1555 

3768 Reyheri Grammatica Generaiis - • - Scheleuftngte xhi^) 

3769 Rhenferdii Literaturas Veceris Palmy rens Specimen Franc. 1704 

3770 Roulerii Adriani Stuarta Tragoedia, corio turcica, foliis deaurat. 

Duaci 1593 

3771 Reynhardi Parenefis ad Belgas Carmine Elegiaco confcripta 1587 

3772 Suetonii Opera, cum Notis Barbelonii, in ufum Delphini 

Paris 1684 

3773 " • ■ '■ Idem, cum Notis Cafauboni ■■ ■ 161 1 

3774 cum Comment. Car. Patini. Bajll 1675 

3775 ■■ ex recenftone Grsvii, ium Notis Cafaubooi Sc aliorum 

T.apudRhen. 1 69 1 

3776 ■ Idem, torio turcica deaurat. Editio antiqua, fine Anno aut 



Loco. 



de Grammaticis, Editio antiq. fine Anno aut Loco. 



5777} P^aiaridis Epiftolx, per F. Aretinum tranllatse fine Loco 1475 

CModeftus de Re Militari.. ■-■ ■■ /2o»»^i475 

3778 Suetonius de Gramaticis & RhetoribUs, fine Anno aut Loco. 

3779 Staiii AchiUeidos, Editio antiqua, fine Loco aut Anno. 

3780 — ~— - Opera omnia Interp. & Notis illuft. C. Bfioaldu% 2 vol. 

Paris 1685; 
3781 Stephani 



LTSRI CLASSIC/, ^c.GR.&'LJT. Quarto. 153 

373 1 Stephani Roberti Diftionarium propriorum Nominum, Virorum, 
Mulierum, Populorum, &c. Paris apudip/um Steph. 154» 

^782 Hebrxa & Chaldaea Nomina Virorum, Mulierum, Popu- 
lorum, «fee. ' ■ .— — ib.apudib. 1549 

3783 Stephani Hen. Artis Typographic^ Querimonia 

apudip film Steph, 1569 

3784 Sobrini Dicionario Nuevo delas Lenguas Efpanola y Francefa 

en Brujfelas 1 7 2 1 
3781; ScsEVolje SammarthaniPoemat3,/i/m <»'iftf«r«/. — ap. Fiilonum ii;g6 

3786 Schotti Adagia. five ProverbiaGrsecorum, Ant'v.apudPlantin-idiz 

3787 Sannazarii Poemata — — Patavii i'j\g 

2788 Idtm, corio turcica, foliis deaurat. — — ib. 1719 

3789 Scoti Apparatus Latinae Locutionis, in ufum Juventutis Gene'v. 1621 

3790 Sophoclis Tragcsdia Philoftetes, Gr. Lat. Paris apud Morel. 1586 

3791 ■ TragcediE Septem Grace, cum Scholiis Grsecis, Rom^ 1 5 1 8 

3792 ■ ■ Idem, Grace Florent.ap. Juntas \i^2Z 

37^5 . Idem, corio turcica, foliis deaurat. ib. ap. ib. 1522 

3794 Sophoclis Antigone Interpretc, Tho. Watfon. -— — Land. 168 1 

3795 Sturmii in Partitiones Oratorias Ciceronis Dialog! duo, 

Paris apud Vafcofan 1539 

3796 Seberi Index in Homeri. - • 1604 

3797 StulitiferaNavis, f«»»/^. ■-' ■ ■■ Bajil. 1/^(^7 

3798 Sedulii & aliorum Carmina, Gr. Lat. • Venet. i^oz 

3799 Salluftii Opera, Editio antiqua, fine Anno out Loco. 

3800 ■ " Idem, corio turcica, Paris per Udalricum Gering,fine Anna 

3801 Spanhemii Diatriba de Lingua Hebrxorum. L. Bat. 1648 

3S02 Schroder! Thefaurus Lingua Armenicae antique & hodiernse. 

Amfi. 1 7 1 1 

3803 Stanbrigii Vulgaria ■ apud Wynandum de Worde 

3804 ■ 1^ I ■ Vocabularium Metricum " ■ Lond. 1633 

3805 StichoftratiaEpigrammaton Centurije quinque. — — Lugd.i^^z 

3806 Seneca Tragcedia Oedipus, lineis rubris - ~ — — Paris 1553 
J 807 — — — TragoedijE decern, Manujcriptum eji fuper Membran. cum 

variis illuminat. literifque initial, illuminat, 
5808 Epiftola - " Paris 1475 

3809 - de Quatuor Virtutibus Cardinalibus optimo Commento 

illuft. • ■■ ■ - Lond. per Wynandum de Worde I ^Z() 

3810 Sylvii Jacobi in Linguam Gallicam Ifagogc 

Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1531 

381 1 Sol Anglias Oriens Aufpiciis Caroli II. Regum GioriofifTimi, Heb. 

Gr. & Lat. ■' land. 1660 

3812 South Mufica Incantans five Poema Exprimens Mufica Vires 

Oxon. 1667 

3813 Speculum Stultorum ' " — — fine Amo aut Loco. 

3814 Schoonhovii Emblemafa, cum fig. — Gond^e 1618 

3815 Selnecceri Libellus de Partibus Corporis Humani Witteberg. i^^\ 

j8i6 Swartii Analeftorum, Lib. III. L. Bat. i6\6 

^817 Schichardi Inflitutiones Linguae Ebrea. — — — Jena 1647 

5818 Seaman Grammatica Linguas Turcica. Oxon. 1670 

;8i9 SereniiTimi ac Nobilis Scotia, Anglise, Hibernia, Principis Henrici 

Stuardiac Maria Regina amphffima Filii Genethliacum auftore 

P. Adamfono • Paris i ^66 

vSzo Terentii Comoedia Interp. & Notis, illuft. Nic. Camus, in uium 
Delphifli. — — — . - ■■ — . • — ~— - Paris 1675 

' U 3821 Tereotii 



154 LIBRI CLJSSICI, &c. GR.^ LJT. Quarto. 

3821 Terentii Comcedice recenfuit notifque auxit & Diflertat. de Metris 

comicis adjecit, Fr. Hare Lond. 1724 

3822 • ■ cum Comment. Donati. — Paris, ex OjficinaPlantin. 1602 

3823 — — — . cum Comment, Donati & aliorum 

Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1541 

3S24 ' Idem, Editio antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco. 

3825 Idem, ab Ant. Goveano integritati fuas Rcftituts, y«'///i 

deaurat. • • Paris 1556 

f 826 Idem, corio turcioy lineis rubris, foliis deaurat. 

Paris apud Richardum 1 5 5 3 

3837 Idem, cum Comment. Antefignani, corio Ruffico,Lugd.\bbo 

3828 ' ■ Commentate in Lingua Tofcana da G. Fabrini 

in Venet. i i;8o 

3829 Tollii Infignia Itinerarii Italici T.adRhenumi6(^6 

3R30 Taciti Opera & Theocriti Bucolica fine Loco aut Anno. 

3831 >-■ CTpere trafportati dalla Lingua Caltigliana nella Tofcana 

da Girolamo Canini — — -^ — in Venet. preJjfoGiunti 1644 

3832 Annates Traduites, par E. delaPIanche • a Paris 1581 

3833 Teifferii Catalogus Auftorum & Bibliothecarum Geneva 1686 

3834 Tibulli & Propertii Opera, cum Notis Broukhufii, 2 vo\.A?>!jf. i 727 

3835 Theocriti Mofchi, Bionis, Simii quaj extant, Gr. Lat. cum Notis 

Heinfii Scaligcri & Cafauboni ■ ■- 1 604 

r Theocriti Opera, Grace • — ■ Paris apud Morel. 1561 

\ Genebrardi Alphabetum Hebraicum • /^.1564 

3836/ Virgilii Ecloga qaarta Grjecis Veifibus exprefl'aab Eufebio Pamph. 
) ib. ap. ib. 1583 

CSententiofa Pcetarum vetuft. quse fuperfunt Opera — fb. ap. /^.1553 
3837jTheocriti Idyllia, Epigrammata, Bipennis & Ala Graece 

Paris apud Wechelium 154 

3838 Truasi Elegia de Ratione Studendi -— ■ — — Paris 156 i 

3839 Turnebi Apologia adverfus quorundam calumnias ad Lib. primu.n 

Ciceronisde Legibus Paris apud ipfiim Turnebum 1554 

3840 ■ Comment, in Ciceronis Orationes tres de Lege Agraria 

contra P. Servillium Rullum tribunum Plebisr^. ap. Benenat. i 576 

3841 Thucidides de Pelle Athenienfum, cum Comment. Fabii Paulini 

Venet. ap Juntas 1 603 
5842 Hiftoria Graece > Viteberg. 1561 

3843 Titelmani Dialeftica ■ ' Paris i^jz 

3844 Trelasi Auftrafia; Reges & Duces Epigram matis, cum fig. &' a/. 

TraSi. ' Colonia 1593 

3S45 Trifmegifti Pimandras utraqae Lingua Rellitutus, Gr. Lat. 

Burdigalee I 574 

3846 Tremelii Grammatica Chaldasa & Syra ap. Hen. Steph. 1569 

3847 Theodoli Eclogae, cum Comment. ■ ■ — Lond. 1508 

3848 Virgilii Georgicorum, Lib, IV. Lat. & Angl. cum Notis & fig. 

Joan. Martyn. - ■ ■ Lond. ly^i 

3849 . Opera . . Cantab. 1701 

3850 ■ Opera, cum Notis var. — ap. Commelin. \b/^6 

5^^! — . Idem, Interp. & Notis illull. Rua;i, in ufum Delph. 2 vol. 

Amji 1 690 

3852 Idem, lineis rubris, ^ foliis deaurat. 

Paris apud Par'vum 1541 

3S53 Idem, /o/iis deaurat. '■■ ■■ ■ -^- ib. apud Macteum 1540 

3S;<j. . Idem, • ■ ib. ap. Fezandat. \!^i\ 

3855 Virgilii 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 155 

^855 Virgilii Bucolica, cum Comment. ■ Paris i^zj 

3856 • ^neidos. Lib. IV. cum Comment. Jac. Heli» ib. 1572 

2857 Eneide Traduite en Vers Francoife, par Perrin, avecjig. 

a Paris 1658 

3858 ■ Georgica Tradotta e Comment, per B. Daniello 

in Vinegia I 545 

3859 ■ ' Opere Tradotte e Comment, per B. Daniello eiAnnibal 

Caro ■ in Venet. apprejfo Giunti 1581 

3860 ' Eneide, corio turcica, fol. deaur at. — in Vicencia x^'jS 

2861 -; — ^ — Obras Traduzido in Profa Caftellana, por Diego Lopwc, 

en Valladolid 1620 

3862 Veneroni fon Diftionaire Italien & Francois a Amji. 1729 

3863 Valla Laurentius de Elegantia Latinas Linguae, corio turcica, fol. 

deaurat. Editio antiq. fine Anno aut Loco. 

3864 Idem, yi/. deaurat. Paris apud Rob. Stepb. 1541 

Geo. de Ratione Scribendi, Edit, antiq. fine Anno autLoco. 



3865 < Augufti Datti de variis loquendi Figuris, five de Modo diftandi 
^ perrariee 1478 

3866 Vofiii Obfervationes ad Pomponium Melam de Situ Orbis, Ch. max. 

Hag<eCom. 1658 

3867 Vulpii Joa. Ant. Carminum, Lib. tres ■• Pataviiiyz^ 

3868 Varro de Lingua Latina, Editio antiqua, fine Loco aut Anno. 

3869 Vallenfi Joh. Opus de Profodia Hebrjeorum, lineis rubris 

Paris 1545 

3870 Velmatii Poemata. ■ Venet. 15355 

3871 Verwey Thefaurus Culta; Latinitatis — — — Cauda i-]oi 

3872 Viftorini Commentarii in Rhetoricos Ciceronis 

Paris apud Rob. Stepb. 1537 

3873 Vandermilii Lingua Belgica ■ ' ■ ■ ■ L. Bat. \biz 

3874 Volkmari Diftionarium Latino-Polonico-Germanicum, jD^?»/. 1596 

3875 Valerii Flacci Argonautica Venet. i^oi^ 

3876 Valerius Probus de Tnterpretandis Romanorum Literis — Sora 1647 

3877 Villa Clarendonia Poema, Manufcriptum ejl. 

3878 Wafii Senarius, five de Legibus & Licentia Veterum Poetarum 

Oxon. 1687 

3879 Whittintonlus de 06I0 Partibus Orationis 

Lond. per Wynandum de Worde i 5 1 6 

3880 ■ Vulgaria ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ib. apud ib. 1521 

3881 Xenophontib Oeconomicus, id eft de Re Familiar! tuenda Liber 

Paris apud liletanum 1535 

2882 de Cyri Inftitutione, Libri VII. recenfuit notifque iliult. 

Tho. Hutchinfon Oxon. 1735 

3883 Zenobii Epitome Proverb. Gizsce, corio turcico, /oL deaurat. 

Florent. i^gj 

3884 Ziegenbalg Grammatica Danrilica Hala Saxon. lyiS 

ENGLISH. Ql^arto. 

3885 A Ddifon's Mifcellaneous Work?, 4 vol. /arge Paper 1 7;z i 

X\ Albin's Natural Hiftory of Englilh Infedts, illuflrated 'uiith 

100 Copper Plates, curioufiy engraven, and coloured to the 
Life, by the Author i?^© 

3886 T ' " - Natural Hiftory of Birds, illuf.rated njjilb One hundred 

and one Copper Plates, curioufiy engraven /rem the Life, ^nd co- 
U i Icartd 



156 ENGLISH. QiJARTO. 

loured by the Author, 2 vol. ■ « ■ 1 7J1 

3S87 Arbuthriot's Tables of ancient Coins, Weights and Meafures, ex- 
plained and exemplifted in feveral Diflertations ■ 1727 

3888 Accomplifh'd Senator, tranflated from the Latin of Grimald. G02- 

liski, by Mr. Oldifworth ' 1733 

3889 Agricola's Philofophical Treatife of Hufbandry and Gardening, 

tranflated by Mr. Bradley, 'with a great Number of Cuts— \jzi 

3890 Anftis's Hiltorical Effay upon the Knighthood of the Bath, large 

Paper, double ruled luith red Lines, and bound in red Morocco 1725 

3891 Anderfon's Colledtions relating to the Hiftory of Mary Queen of 

Scotland, \vo\. large Paper »727 

3892 Antiquities of the Englifh Francifcans, or Friers Minors, commonly 

called Grey-Friers, with an Appendix concerning the Englifh 
Name of St. Clare, compiled and colleEled by A. Parkinfon, and 
recommendedhy Mr. T. Hearne, ivithCuts, large Paper, bound in 
red Morocco, and gilt on the Leaves. • — 1726 

3893 Anfwer to the late K. James's laft Declaration, dated at St. Ger- 

mains, April 17, N. S. 1693. •— ■ ■■ - - 1693 

3894 Account of the Bank of England. • 1695 

3895 of Mr. Harris's Eleftion at Winchefler College. 1705 

3896 Articles and Inflruftions for the Government of the Royal Hofpital 

at Greenwich, large Paper, bound in Morocco. ■ ■ ■ ■ 1731 

3897 Aglionby's Painting illuftrated, containing choice Obfervations up- 

on the Art; together with the Lives of the Painters, large Paper , 
bound in blue lurky, and gilt on the Leaves. — — 1685 

3898 Audland's Spirit of Quakerifm doven-footed. — — 1707 

3899 Addrefs to the Clergy of the Church of England. ■ 1710 

3900 Afliento, or Contraft for allowing the Subjedls of Great-Britain 

the Liberty of importing Negroes into the Spanifti America, figned 
by the Catholick King, at Madrid, March 26, 1713. 

3901 Account of the Government of the Church of Scotland ; to which 

is added, the Form of Proccls in thefeveral Judicatories thereof. 

1708 

3902 Anatorayj>f an Equivalent. 

3903 Account of the Proceedings of the Bifliop of Exeter in hisVifitation 

of Exeter College in Oxford, ■ ■ — 1690 

3904 Anfwer to a Book, intituled, the State of the Proteftants in Ireland 

under tlie late K. James's Government. • — — 1692 

3905 Articles of the Union as they pafs'd with Amendments in the Par- 

liament of Scotland, and ratify'd by the Touch of the Royal 
Scepter at Edinburgh. '- 1707 

3906 Account of the late Scotch Invafion as it was opened by the Lord 

Haveriham in the Houfeof Lords, Feb, 25, 1705. ■■ ■ 1709 

3907 Anfwer to the Cafe of the Old Eaft-India Company. - ■ ■ •- 1700 

3908 Account of the Siege of Barcelona, with previous Remarks, 1706 
39C9 of Charity-Schools eredted in Great-Britain and Ireland. 

1709 

^cto Atwood's Superiority and dired Dominion of the Imperial Crown 

of England over the Crown and Kingdom of Scotland. — 1 7«5 

301' Account of the Terrible Earthquake in Sicily. 1693 

3'yi2 of the Proceedings in Relation to Capt. Kidd, written by 

a Peifon of Quality. • — 1701 

39 1 3 Anfwer to the pretended Speech, faid to be fpokcn OIF-Hand, in 

the Houfe of Commons, by one of the Members, for B 1 ; 

and 



ENGLISH, Quarto. 157 

and afterwards burnt by the Common-Hangman according to the 

Order of the Houfe. 1 694 

3014 Account examined ; of a Vindication of Dr. Bury, Redor of Ex- 
eter College. ■ ■ ■' r6go 

3915 Atwood's Scotch-Patriot unmaflc'd ; or Animadverfions upon x 

feditious Pamphlet, intituled the Reducing of Scotland by Arms 
confidered. ■ 1705 

3916 Aufwer to a Lord's Speech without Doors, and a Commoner's 

Speech. — ■ 1689 

3917 Abridgment of the Prerogatives of St. Ann, Mother of the Mother 

of God. i68S 

3918 Achanand Elymas, or the Troublers of Ifraeldetefted. 1704 

3919 Account impartial of the Word Myftery, as it is taken in the Holy 

Scripture. ■■ 1691 

3920 Atwood's Examination of Lord Cheif Juftice Herbert's Opinion, 

;68q 
39Z I Authority abufed by the Vindication of the laft Year's Tranfadions 

and the Abufes detefted. ■- i6go jf 

3922 Account of the Tranfadtions of the late K. James in -Ireland. 

3923 Account of the late Encroachment t and Depredatiom of the Dutch. 

upon the Engliih. -> — — 1695 

3924 ■ of fome Tranfadtions in the Houfe of Commons, and be- 

fore the Privy-Council, relating to ;he Eaft-India Company. 1691 

3925 Arrival and Entertainments of Alkaid Jaurier Ben AbdsHa, Ara- 

baflador from the Emperor of Morocco. '-' — 1637 ' 

3926 Affenters Sayings, publifti'd in their own Words, to inform tj^e 

People. 

3927 Additional Articles in Pope Pius's Creed no Articles of theChrilliah 

Faith. ■ 1688 

3928 Allix's Difcourfe on the Merits of Good Works. 1688 

3929 Animadverfions on Mr. Locke's Reafonablenefs of Chriflianity. 

1697 

3930 Account of the Province of Penfilvania and its Improvements, by 

W. Penn. 16S5 

3931 Alarm for Sinners, conuining the Lafl Words of Robert Foulkes, 

late Miniftcr of Sianton-Lucy in the County of Salop,: who was 
executed for the Murder of his Baftard-Child. 1670 

3932 Account of Mr. James Parkinfon's Expulfion from ths Univerfity 

of Oxford, ivith MS Notes. 1<^^Q y\ 

3933 Arwaker Pons Perennis; or a Poem on making Sea-Water frefli. .• ", 

1680 ?^ji 

3934 Apology and juft Defence of Richard StafFord. i69> '■" 

3935 Aggravii Venetiani -, or the Venetian and other C^ievances, toge- ^i 

ther with a Propofal for raifing the Price of Tin. in- the Counties ■ ^ 
oi Corntual znA Devon. . n 1697 -"' 

3936 Allix's Ecclefiaftick Hiftoryof the ancient Chu«rjtts ofPledmont- 

1 690 ; 

3937 All Men mad, or England a Great^Bedlam, a r^tn:-' »704- 

3938 Academia ; or the Humours of the Univerfity cf Oiford in Bur- 

lefque Ver/e, hy Mrs ulliciaD'Jnvert. . — -— i^gf 

3939 Art of Weaving, containing the Antiquity, Uti lify- and ExceUency ' 

of Weaving. • - _« «6-7 

3940 Accoant of the late Revolution in New-Enp pt»d, by N. B)■fif'»d- 

' * - i6so 

i»4i Acccui'> 



VT58 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

394 1 Account of the Proceedings in the Houfe of Commons ia Relation 

to the Recoining the Clipp'd Money, and Falling the Price of 
Guineas. — 1696 

3942 Aickin's Myfteries of th* Counterfeiting of the Coin of the Nation 

fully detected, and Methods offered to prevent it. - 1696 

3943 Account of the Imperialifts Proceedings againfl the Turks, with an 

cxaft Diary of the Siege of Newheufel. 1685 

3944 of the Tranfadtion between Admiral Bembow and Monfieur 

Du Cafs. 170^ 

3945 of the Retaking a Ship, called the Friends Adventure of 

Topfham from the French, by one Englilhman and a Boy.— 1693 

2g^6 ■ of the'Earthquake in Jamaica, June 7, 1692.—— 1693 

3947 Anatomy of a Jacobite ; or the Jacobite's Heart laid open. 1692 

3948 Anfwer to Vox Cleri, examining the Reafons againft making any 

Alterations and Abatements in Order to a Comprehenfion. 1690 
5949 Account of the hellifli Plots, bloody Perfecutions, horrid MafTacres 

and inhumane Cruelties and Tortures, exercifed by the Papifts on 

the Perfons of the Proteftants. 1679 

«g^o ■ of the Rife, Foundation, Progrefs, and prefent State of 

Grefham-CoUegc, in London, with the Life of Sir T. Grelham. 

1707 

395 1 Arguments and Reafons for and againft Engrafting upon the Bank of 

England with Tallies. 

3952 Account of the Penitence of John Marketman during his Impri- 

fonment in C^OTz/or^-Goal, for murthering his Wife. 1680 

ggjj , of the State of New-England, by John Palmer. 1690 

3954 Apoftate Proteftants, a Letter fo a Friend, occafioned by the late 

Reprinting of Doleman on Succeflion. ■ "- 1682 

3955 Account impartial of the Prophets, :n a Letter to a Friend, by Sir 

Richard Bulkeley. 

3956 Anatomical Account of the Elephant, in a Letter to Sir Will. Petty 

1682 

3957 Account of the SelTions of Parliament in Ireland, 1692. — — 1693 

3958 Anfwer out of the Waft to a Queftion out of the North. 1679 

3959 Account of the Purging and Planting of the Congregation of Dal- 

keith. ■ ■ ■ 1691 

3960 Abflraft of the Afts for Annuities, v,ith fome Obfervations there- 

upon, by Tho. Orme. 

3961 Articles of Agreement and Subfcription between Prince Rupert and 

the Undertakers for Working the Mines Roy.il in the Principality 
of Wales. — — 1670 

•962 Argument fhewing, tlut the Prince of Wales, tho' a Proteftant, has ^ 
nojurtPretenfions to the Crown of England. 1701 

^06"? Anfwer to the Biftiop of Meaux's Expofition of the Catholick Faith . 

1686 

3964 Advice feafonable to the Citizens, BurgefTes, and Freeholders of 

England, concerning Parliaments and the prefent Eleftions. 1685 

3965 Account given by Sir J. Afhby, Vice- Admiral, and Rear-Admiral 

Rookc, of the Engagement at Sea, between the Englifti, Dutch and 
French Fleets, June 30, 1690. ■ ■ ■ -1691 

3966 Anfwer to the Defertion difcufs'd. ■ ■ 1689 

3 167 An Appeal to Heaven and Earth, ajgainft the Chriftian Epicureans, 

who betray 'd their King and Country. ' ■ 1691 

■rn'^S .Ai'giiment, fhewing that 'cis impoffible for the Nation to be rid of 

the 



ENGLISH. Quarto. i^^r 

the Grievances occafioned by the Marflial of the King's- Bench 

and Warden of the Fleet, without an utter Extirpation of their 

prefent Office. ■ ■ 1699 

3960 Account of the AiFairs of Scotland in Relation to their Civil and 

Religious Rights. 1690 

yjo Account of the prefent Perfecution of the Church in Scotland. 1690 

:}97i of the late Eftablilhment of Prefbyterian Government by 

the Parliament of Scotland, Juno 1690. • 169; 

3972 Apology for the Clergy of Scotland. ■ 1693 

3973 Anfwer to the Scotch Prefbyterian Eloquence, 2 Parts.' 1695 

3974 Apology for the Parliament. ^ 169- 

3975 Anfwer to a Letter from a Clergyman in the Country to a dignihtd 

Clergyman in London, concerning the Bill for preventing the 
Tranflation of Bifhops. ■ ■ i-ci 

3976 Ananias and Saphira difcover'd. ► • 1679 

3977 Atwood's Apology for the Eaft- India Company. '690 

3978 Account of the Engagement between the French and Turkifh 

Forces before Candia, in a Letter from the Duke de Navalles 

1569 

3979 AfTertion of the Seven Sacraments againft Martin Luther, by Henry 

VIIL of England, France and Ireland, King. 1687 

3980 Anglefey's, Earl of, State of the Government andKingdom,prepar'd 

and intended for his Majefty K. Chf-rles If, 1 694. 

3981 Animadverfions on a Diicourfe entituled God's W/.ys of Difpofing 

of Kingdoms. - — — 1691 

3982 Account of the intended Bank of England. — — 1694 

3983 of the Dodtrine and Difcipline of Mr. Kic'iard Davis of 

Rothwell in the County of Northampton, and thofe of his Sepa- 
ration. — — ■ 1700 

3984 • of Scotland's Grievances by Reafon of the D. of Lauder- 

dale's Miniflry, humbly tendered to his facred Majefty. 

3985 Anfwers to a Memorial anent Sir Andrew Kennedie's Cafe. 

3986 Account of a Paper, prefented to the General Aflembly, Oft. i6g(?, 

containing the Complaints of m&ny Prejijterian People, living in 
feveral Shires in Scotland. 

3987 Account of the mofl material PafTages in Ireland fince Dec. 168S -' 

168^ 

3988 ——— of the prefent State of Ireland. • — 1689 

3989 Articles of Union between England and Scotland. 

3990 Apology for the Failures charged on Dr. Walker's printed Account 

of theSiegeof Derry. « 1689 

3991 Abftradl of the Grievances of Trade which opprefs our Poor, huoi- 

bly offered to the Parliament ■ 1694. 

3992 Addrefs to the Freemen and Freeholders of the Nation 1683 

3993 Anfwer to Mr. Pafchal's Letier ; being a Vindication of the Pro- 

ceedings of the Houfe of Commons againil thofe Gent. Commif- 
fioners for Prizes 1702 

3994 Account of the Life and Death of rhe BlelVed Virgin according to 

the Romijh Writers, by Bifliop Fleetwood 16S" 

3995 Account of the Informations exhibiied to the Comni'' tee appointed 

by the Parliament to inquire into the burning of London 1 667 

3996 Anfwer to a late Pamphlet, intituled, Obedience and Submiihon ta 

the prefent Government demonftrated from Bifliop Overai's Con- 
vocation Book • i — — \ (-u^ 

-;q^j7 .AcC0«: t 



• 'liiinkici^strrQfi: 



j6o ENGLISH. Quarto. 

3997 Account from Chichefler concerning the Death of Harbin the In- 

former, — . — — _ 1682 

3998 Ancient Trades decay'd repair'd again, ■ 1678 

3999 Anfwer to Mr. Afliton's Paper which he delivered at his Execution 

to theSheriiF of London, together with the Paper itfelf, 1690 
40CO Afttjdions of the People a certain Security to the King, 1702 

4001 Anlwer to the Compiler of the NubesTeftium, by Dr. Gee, 1688 

4002 Account, impartial, of the Nature and Tendency of the late Ad- 

dreffes 1681 

4003 Anfwer to the Letter {rom Jmjer^am, Jpril 28, 1678, being 

found at Har'wich, open'd and carried to the Magiftrates of that 

Place, 1678 

4C04 Account of the firll Rife of the Name Proteftant, 1688 

40P5 Anfwer to the feditious and fcandalous Pamphlet, entitled. The 
Trial of W. Perm, and W, Mead, 1671 

4006 Accounr of the Province of Carolina in America, together with 

an Abftrad of the Patent, ■ i68r 

4007 Apothecaries Plea, -■ - ■■ • 1671 

4008 Account of the Occafions, with the Reafons of the Differen* 5 be- 

tween John Mould and Sarah his Wife, as {he forced him to de- 
clare upon Oath in Doftors-Commons, for and againll himfelf 

4009 Account of Monf. de Qiiefnes's Expedition at Chio, 1683 

4010 Addrefs fign'd by the Members of the Parliament of Scotland and 

deliver'd to his Majefty at Hamp:on-Court, Od. 1 5, 1 689 

401 1 Admirable Hiftory of the PofTeffion and Converfion of a penitent 

Woman, 

40 1 2 Advice to Lovers, • — ■. — ■ • 1 680 

4013 Account of the Life and Death of Pope Alexander V^T 1697 

4014 Advertifement and Defence for Truth fagainft he,- ii^cKoiters, and 

efpecially againd the whifpering Favourers and Colourers of 
Campion's and the reft of his Confederates Treafons, — 1581 

4015 Artificial Changling, by Bulwer, ixjith Cuts, ■ ^^53 
40t6 Account of the Growth of Popery and arbitrary Government in 

England, ■ 1677 

401 7 Anti- Cotton, or a Refutation of Cotton's Letter Declaratory touch- 
ing the killing of Kings, • i6u 

401 8 Aniwer to fome Objedions and Demurs made againft the Jews in- 
habiting in this Commonwealth, ■ 1656 

4019 Afcham's School-Mafier, or plain and perfeft Way of teaching 

Children, 1571 

4020 Account of Mr. Val. Greatrakes and divers of the Cures by him 

performed, in a Letter to the Hon. Mr. Boyle, 1666 

4021 Accomplifh'd Phyfician, the honeft Apothecary, and the ikilful 

Chirurgeon, ■ • ■ ■ 1672 

4022 Art of Flattery, being the firft Part of the Englifb liberal Science, 

connpiled by Ulpian Fulvvell, .B/iifi If»/^/-, 1579 

4023 Apology of George Briffet, Lord of Gratence, written upon the 

inhuman Murder of the late French King, ■ 1619 

4024 Anfwer and Judgment of Maifter John Calvin touching the Book 

of England, 

4025 Account cf the great Sufferings and Oppreflions of the People 

called Quakers, in the Bifhops Courts, -— _— 1680 

4026 Articles of Peace between King Charles IL and the States Gene- 

ra!, -. 1673-4 

4027 Abridg- 



ENGLISH Quarto. iSt 

foi* Abridgment of the Charter of the L'lty of London, — 1680 

1.028 Account of fon;e of the late and prcient Sufferings of the Peopift 
called Quakers for metting together to worlhip God in Spirit anl 
Truth, — j6g> 

^029 Arraignment of the whole Society of Jefuitsin France, I59t 

^030 Argyll, Marquis of, his Defences cg^unft the grand Iiidid^lticnt of 
High Tfeaion, : — ■ — — i66l 

\o%\ Apology for the Right and Powtr of Bifiiops to fit and vote id 
P riia.fiien??, -■ — ; -* i66o 

\oyi Acoita'.', Joleph. natural and moral Hirfory of the Eaft and Well 
Indies, ivith fllSS Notes. — • 1604 

f033 Apology or Def'^nce of the moft noble Prince William, Prince of 
Orange, ag infttheE ift of the Kincr of Spain, 1581 

f034 Ady's Cand.c in the Darl<, or a Treatife of Witches and Witch- 
craft, ■ ■ > — - — 1656 

4.035 AJcoran ot Mahomet, tranflated from the French of theSienrda 
Ryer, — — 1649 

^036 Abjuration of Popery by Tho. Abernethie, fome time Jefuit, but 
now a penitertt Sinner, — — i6;^8 

4037 Afifwer unto the Dutch Pamphlet made in Defence of the Proceed- 
, ings againft the Englifhat Amboyna in the Eaft Indies, 1624, 

4038 Anfwer of the Univcriity of Oxfordi to the Petition, Articles of 

Grievances,- and Reafons of the City of Gxoiij — ■< 167S 

4039 Artof Venery^ or Hunting, Black Lttter^ — — i6i'i 

4»40 Auften on Fruit Trees, ■ ■■ ■' " ■ " •■ — '657 

4041 AfTcrtioncf the Government of theChurch of Scotland, 1641 

4042 Account of Queen Mary's Methods for introducing Popery and 

procuring a Parliiment 10 confirm it, 16S1 

4043 Afcham's School, or Partitions of Shooting, Black tetttr, 1571 

4044 Argalus and Parthenia, by Fr. Quaries, 

4045 Abltraft of aTreatife concerning the rajunent of Tithes and Ob- 

lations in London, 

4046 Appeal of Murder from certain unjuft Judges lately fitting at the 

Old Bailey to the righteous Judge of Heaven and Earth, 

4047 Accoun t of the Tranfl-ition of the Bible into the Lithuanian Tongue, 

1659 

4048 Anatomy.of.the Englifh Nunnery at Lifbon in Portugal, i6zz 

4049 Art of Well-fpeaking, being a Leflure read publickly at Sir B. 

Gerbier's Academy, . — > — - • «650 

4050 Annus Mirabilis, or ftrange and wonderful Prediftions and Obfer^' 

vations gathered out of Mr, partridge's Almanack, 1688, 16S9 

4051 ATiton's Phi lofopher's Satyrs, 

4052 Annalis Dubrenfia, upon the yearly Celebration of Mr. Robert 

Dover •« Olimpick Games upon Cocf*old Hills, wrote by Dray» 
ton and leveral eminent Hands, • 1636 

4053 Arraignment of Urines, by Dr. Hart, - ■■■ — » 1633 

4054 Apology for Women, -■■ — — 1609 

4055 Art of Logick, by Blundevill, Black Lttter^ -'■■ ■ ■ ■ '■ ■ ' «590 

4056 Account of the Conftitution and Security of the general Baok of 

Credit, •; r- — — _ 1683 

4057 Advertifementsoutof Ireland concerning the LoiFe$ and Diftreffes 

that happened to the Spanifti Navy, — — ■" ■ "* 1588 

4058 Agrippa's Glery of Women, 



/ 



: Sa. E yC L I S H. Qr auto 

4C59 Arrslb's T«o Tales, ^ ohc m Di%niie of Mer, tzjc ozser ^ 
iX^race of '^oc«e, ■ ■ — T;^/ 

4cfo Ac ApolcgT far cbe fitSdcr, er aDtfeoarfe ftraog eke Cafe asd 
Efscti ci ttel aotafe of BuMu i g, 

4^1 AsT9(X of WiSas Pen to Ifr. SsbmI Hssdft fer the Aintcce- 
KCK of feve puracaiar Psrts of L e Mm iag , — 1648 

4c£; Srs^k^'s PHbfaphici'. citfccWcffcs of Nitare, c^vi- 

CiS^ Cgrim/Py nism-'t - tfr, ; - ; t 

^:Si IW^Ifi^fcij^i 's, I>c±e c^ V. ::^»-s cj^i /ir Cc^SnefRnx, 2 m.' 

bfgc Paper, i-.: 

4c£a E=iie, H^, siziti the Bmknf Ctmxam P'^rfr, 1-45 

N. B. Ce^ ^^£3 Jrtidi mrt aKimied-*12 Strts e/ E^i^i Btiut 

4065 Bercfiej^s PiW-hi^c » of Su i umc to n <r:wng tkeBeiriffRMC£«g 

Eafiioa of Je^ Ovii ' 

4066 Books of ^ 03d Tcibr^t 13 t^ Iiifli Laot-oi^e. inrfiiul bv 

Bp-Bedd ' i6j"5 

4.c5- Eooe'sffifcrv c: -J:e ; : ' -zs Cmts i-;i 

-m'sPHolo^iucil '- =, 3 *oL 

:_:ow, Bafcor' ?- - fB^^RsV i£5i 

Acr<i Brook's Difc: :i xm Ptnain dbe Back 



'7«4 
JC71 HlSe; HoK, . ■ 'Tps^, n =siice L cr- 

mtsrdaes^z 1 bv T. Tackiba, C«- 

Piii^./r^ — 166« 

Ac-2 Bacon's, Lcc^. ^..^..- ^w .^cin^ ; bj R. Ssectie&s, 

Hq; ' *i7.H 

4C73 Bbsr*! Deict^^ca of aS dK Baoe^ : -:. ^ : :-* .= a ligfrrr £o 

Sir Kns SfaeBC, ^xsf^ €ii^ — 1713 

5C74 B c. t Til ey ' sGt^M! A p o cj i ypo caJ y : ~,- fi - 

407; BbdnvaS's facred Cbfics «kfeocr 

4076 BUe, Hol^, trxm/!MtpdlytieEMr 1^3; 

4x^:7 BUe, Bol^, «ick CriMini Vn - MiS9^ 

^078 Bliii]l/*s DzfcctHe opoe de Fs^ 
4079 BiJirnhpia AzzsiBica, Me£ca, 
luj|icjuB cf ^x fewToi ftm of . 

Cf CMfS 

4cSc BeverJevi Meaonal of tie Kirsrc : r :::• 1 • : 

acSi •' C^e tbef^mi Yewr :- ~- ; : - . Scrip- 

nrc Sczse — ~ t t-i : 

4cSz — ■^— Suytie lioeflf T- 

4053 Be :» dbe Kxdk: 

4C44 Bt- r j: Memorial of 

4c«5 Braca'^ r»o DifeOadb, crie c 

H^a 

4:Sf Eiasfts'i Ddobc, «qbt 

coctxTsed fcT dbc Mofc . _ -^ — u.^ ^_-^;. . . ^-^. ^, 

ae Woridc. -iri &??, Akei Uttgr 



fi?7 E3>^. KoIt. «T±CoBW»FkafcrMiApe^--- — 
40s3 Sricoe 02 the F=idi of tlr IGBa^^Aa, L . 

4:^^ Bewafe^'sftuKof tWGtorycf Gnc? ■ i7f 



ENGLISH. QuAXTo. 1^3 

^: .1 3 r*. that is die Uoir SoipCBrcs coniaia'd at tke OLd scd New 
Tr/i^rr.cn:, =u.i/^ frtf-tahU AMmUMtiamt wrfim all kard Pla:t:, a^d 
uoer Joimgs a/ frtut bmfrtmmcey frimttibj Barter, — \t'^i 

409 1 Bacoo'i Sokm ha Follie, or a Pi:^dqce Dikoaife tocchirg :r: 
RefcrflutioB of CflM o a i nah coDqaer*d, dedis^d, or comp*^::, 
ImrgePaptr, duMe ruMftmti red Umjs 0;r/'. 1594 

4C92 Bei^lej's KiugdoB of ^Jefis C^ri& enieriBg is S « .Tc8i o ii ax 1 69'. 
according to a CiWiiar cf Tine i^^ 

4093 BarhMM»'» Jue Rcgai, apod Sootoe, or a Dialogoe concoMB g 
t^ GoMiiiMiiin QJ rile KiiftAoMof Scodaad — — 1689 

4=94. Dgtgftion of tfae A^obs of Mary Qceea of Scocs am- 

cemicg ciie Moider of ber Hgfarwd ■ ■ 16S9 

40c ; £ro::gh:oc's Confeat of S crqnaie , 

^096 .Bacon's Leoers, wricGea donag she Reigc of £b% JaaKS tWKrft 

17C2 

4097 Buiow, Biibopof T.JBcniB, t^aaAfofetj 16-9 

A093 Butt's Advice 10 eke Cooonons witbm ^ liajcftj's R es ; g- . ^ zrd 
DoBHMOBs ■ ^ ■ 1655 

^099 Bank Credit, or die Ufrfalnff» asd Seooritj of tbe Buk of Credit 
cxaxaia'd, ia a Dialogue between a. Coaaaj G null Mi 11 and a 
Lottk» ModBBC i5S5 

4100 Brtfooe's EjTbaacofjJ^ialQ^iccatLe Difcocrfecs ±eF:i=cs 

4!oi Bortoa's Ceo&ire of SsmoBj • — — — ■^ i--i 

4102 SeUovca's, Lord, memoBble SpecdKs in ^ ]aft Piiiiifiircf 

ScDcland ly» the SabjcQ of thie Uaioa 1733 

^103 Bogg's QuaJcersfetia their trocL^it — — 1696 

^104 Benily's Moawneiit of MauoM , cnmaiMg ferea feipoal Laoips 

of Vsgeitiee, £Ic£i>Z<fecr ■ 1522 

^105 Bttla Vera, or the ArraigBBcatof IgaonaBs -i»— — itiz 

: ^106 Bojie's UkfolAefi of Experimental PbiloCbpkj •— — i £ 74 

.4107 Brown's, Dr. Tra»el5, Kcito ^ gnat Kamker §f C^s ■ 1673 

4108 Blouct's>V(^sge iau> dbe Leran: • — ^— 1637 

4109 Braddcos £jLauiry inco aod Desefiioa of liKfaeibaraas linzder c£ 

tlK late Earl ef Efliat ■ 1689 

4110 Bacon's Dikoorfe «f tk= ^ppj Union t£ ibe KirigiifMBS of B:§- 

JandaadScodaMl . 1700 

^i 1 1 BaraetX Bdbop, CoUediao of Trads and Difrawfrs wnStea. m 

the Years 1 6- -to 1704, a »oL ■ '704 

^ :: : Behnien's, Jacoi), Thcofarhicb nSabpkj oi&iUcd, hj E. Tzy- 

lor, ' - I'yl 

4113 Black Life of John Gadbcij, by J. Paitr idg e ■ 1693 

41 14 Burnet's CclI.:dioa of a^beai Fapeis vdating to cbcA&ssof 

Ckorcbaad ScatedmiiigibeRe^of £i^ jaBEsII. 1689 

41 15 BraddoB's Efist's IsBooeccj and HflKwr viadicaied 1690 

XI 16 Br i i fon t's roiif ii tn iik iBs oaPt. Bomert Tbcotj of tbc Eaxth 

1693 
41 17 Brii%«ater''s ReafiMS ior kivi^ tbe. Qoafccn aad jniniag is cbe 

Cnn—iiiioa of the Cbfdi of Ei^and i;^ 

4.US Broderick's, Sir Jokn, Viodkaooa of biafrff horn tie Afperfiocs 

ca&OBbiabySirRickttdfiiiaxkj 1690 

0.! 19 Beginaing and Progress of a oeedful aad bopcfiil tJttumMOom ia 

Ecgliad ■ ■ — i$S- 

X 3 4ISO *^"- 



£< 



s64 ENGLISH. QtARxo. 

^ k 2d Burnet's Paftoral Letter concerning the Oaths of Allegiance and 6ur 

preniacy, with ;in Anfvver to it — 1689 

41 z I Bnllol, Harl, two Speeches, with (omc Obfervations upon them 

167+ 

4122 Bjb'^' 5 ^'ol, interleaved with MS Notes ■ ■ 1595 

4123 fibok of Hclni;ies appointed by the Queen's Majeltie, black Letter 

1569 

4124 Boffuel Bilhop of Meauv, on Communion under both Kinds 1687 

4125 Bfiicoe's Propcfals for Supplying the Governmeut with Money. 

4126 Bellers-s Effay towards the improvement of Phyfick ■ — ■ — 1714 

4127 Beverley's Good-Hope thro' Grace. 

4128 Burnet's Reneiiiioris upon a Book, entituled, Parliamentum Pacifi- 

cum anl'wer'd, by the Author 1688 

4129 Burgees Vindication of the Purchafcrs of Cathedral Lands — j66o 

4130 Buder's Englifh Gramm^ir, or the InlUtution of Letters, Syllables 

and Woqrds in the Engliih Tung Oxford 1634 

4131 Bugg's Pilgrims Hrogrels from Quakerifm to Chriftianity — 1698 

4132 Burnet's Anlwer to the Animadverfions on the HiAory of the 

Rights of Princes 16S2 

4133 Brief Examination for the Tyme, of a certaine Declaration lately 

put in print, in the Name of certaine Mmillers in London, re- 
lufing to wcarc the Apparell prefcribed by the Lawes and Orders 
of the Realme, black Letter, ivithout Date. 

4134 BofTuet's Expofition of the Dodrine of the Catholick Church in 

Matters of Controverfic ■■ 1686 

4135 Bloody-Aflizes ; or a compleat Hiflory of the Life of Geo. Lord 

Jefftries 1689 

4136 Baftyn's Cafe vindicated ; or a brief Account of fome evil Prafticcs 

of the Commiffiorers for fick and wounded, &c, ■ 1695 

4137 Brent's Nature of Eternity and the Condition of a feparaie Soul 

1674 

41^8 Beail is wounded, or information from Scotland concerning their 

Reformation, printtd in the Tear the Bijbops had their doix^nfal 

in Scotland. 1638 

4139 Book of Common-Prayer, with Sternhold's Vh\ms, black Letter, gilt 

on the Ltat'is, • • •■ '^34 

4140 Breviary of Heahhe, for all maner of Syckenefles and Difeafes, 

the which may be in Man or Woman, compyled by Androwe 
Boorde, black Letter. • — ■ ' ' 1557 

4141 Bacchanalian Seffionf, or the Contention of Liquors. 1693 

4142 Birth of Mankind, oiherwyte named the Womans Booke fet foorth 

by Tho. Raynalde, Phifition, black tetter, 'without Date. 

4143 Bryan's prophetick Demonftration of many remarkable PaiTages 

found in a Manul'cript, intituled, the Myftery of cbfcrvable Pre- 

diiftions. —— — ■ 1680 

4T44 Blount's Art ef making Devifes, w/V/?' a grwf AW^fr<7/"C«/i. 16^0 

4!45 Bryantfon on the Mutations of the Seas • ■ — 1683 

i^ 146 Barrow's, Henry, CoHe£\ipn of Tt&(\^, black Letttr — — — i 590 

4147 Bible, in Enghlhe, accordmg to the Tranflation of the great Bible, 

bound in Turkey, black Letter, printed by Grafton '• '553 

4148 Barret's Vineyard of Horfemanihip i5i8 

4149 Byfield on the Small-Pox and putrid Feyers - '695 

4150 Benefit of the auncient Bathes of Buckfloncs, compiled by Johi\ 

Jones, Phifition, black Letter • 1572 

41 5 1 Burton's 



ENGLISH, Quarto. 165 

At^t Burton's Law and Gofpel reconciled, ivitirout Date. 

4152 Booke of Chrillian Prayers, colle«fted out of the ancient Writers, 

and the bell Learned in our Time, iiith Cuts, black Letter i 590 

4153 Burnaby's two Propofals, humbly ofFer'd to the Houi'e of Com- 

mons, relating to the Duty on Malt •- 1696 

41 j4 Broken Merchants Complaint, reprefcnted in a Dialogue between 

a Scrivener and a Banker on the Royal Exchange ■ i 683 

4 [55 Black-Box of Rome, or a Difcourfe (hewing the Treacheries and 

Conjurations of the wicked Jefuits 1641 

4(56 Brerewood's Enquiries touching the Diverfity of Languages 163; 

4157 Byihop's beautiful Bloflbmes, gather'd from the beft Trees of all 

Kindes, Divine. Philofophical, Aftronomical, ?cc. black Letter. 

41 58 Borde's tntrodu^ion of Knowledge, the whych dothe teache a Man 

to fpeake Parte of all maner of Languages, and to know the U- 
f?ge and Fafhion of all maner of Countries. Dedycated to the 
right honorable and gracious Lady Mary, Doughter of King 
Henry the Eyght, black Letter, Imprinted hj If'm Ccplande, tvi th- 
ou t Date. 

4159 Blaxton's Englifti Ufiirer ; or U fury condemned — — 1634 

4160 Boccalini's new-found Politicke • -1626 

4161 Burton's Dialogues both pithie and profitable, ^/of^ L.^f/^r 1606 

4162 Britaine's Bufle ; or a Computation as well of the Charge of a Bufle, 

or Herring- Filhing Ship, as alfo of the Gains and Profit thereby 

1615 

4163 The Booke of Comfort, called in Laten, Boethiuj de Con/olatione 

Philofophie ; tranflated in to Englefte Tonge. Enprented in the 
Exempt Monaftery of Taveftok in Denlliyre, by me Dan.Tho* 
jnasRyehard, Monke of thefayd Monaftery to the inftant Defyre 
of tlxi/yght worthy pfulElquyer Mayfter Robert Langdon 1525 
Tl^'Book is fo ckcecding fcarce, that Mr. Hearne, in a Letter 
to Mr. John Bagford, which is printed in the 2d Vol. of Robert 
of Glouc-eller's Chronicle, declares that it was one of the greatcft 
Curiofitiesthat he ever met with, and that he never faw but the 
Copy that the faid Mr. Bagford lent him, and another which i$ 
in thepublick Library at Oxford, and that both wanted the Be- 
ginning, wbich is entire in this Copy, and renders it a very great 
Curiofity. 

4164 Blithers Engliih Improver improved ; or the Survey of Husbandry 

furveyed • . ■ ■ '^5J 

4165 Blundevile's Art of Logicke -■ ■ / 1619 

4166 Ben Jon, his Part of Kmg James his royal and magnificient Enter- 

tainment through the Cirtie of London ■ 1603 

4167 Baiting of the Pope's Bull ■ 1627 

4168 Bower's Doftor Lamb revived j or Witchcraft condemned in Anne 

Bodenham, a Servant of his, who was executed at Salisbury 

1653 

4169 Benfon's Teilimony concerning Oaths and Swearing — 1669 

4170 Babel's Balm, or the Honey-Combe of Rome's Religion, in 10 Sa- 

tyres . - 1624 

4171 Bevis, Syr, of Hampton, ixjith Cuts, black Letter^ ixtthout Date. 
417* Seller's Effays about the Poor, Manufaflures, Trade, Plantations 

and Immorality . — _— __ 1699 

4173 Boulton's Letter to Dr, Ch. GoodalJ, Phyfician to the Charter- 
\i<^(Q - .- . ■ . . 1699 

4174 Boilc 



"mism^: 



i6G E N G L I S H. QvAj^rd. 

4174 BfMTe of Hawkynge, Huntyrge and Fyfshynge, with all the Prrjs. 
pcTtyes and Mei-ifcynes that are necclTirye to be kepte, hiaci Let- 
ter, p-iinted by "John IFaley, ivithottt Date. 

4» 75 Boy 0^ Bilfon ; or a true Difcovery of the late pretended Exorcifme 
of »Vm Perry, of Bilfon, in the County of Stafford 1622 

4176 Book of Rates now ufed in the Sin-Cullom-houfe of the Church of 
Rcire — 1673 

■J^ilj Blundevile's Horfemanrhip, ivith Cuts, black Letter — — 1609 

41» -S Beller's Propofals for raifing a Colledge of Induflry of all ufeful 
Trades and Hufbandry 1696 

41179 Blazon of jealoufie . • 161 5 

AiZoi' The Bill ; or Complaint given in to the Pre/by tirie of Edinburgh, 
inOd. 1638, A Manujcript curioujly lurote, and the Capital Let- 
ters Pneiy decorated. 

4HS1 Bret's Treatiie of Hawkes and Hawking. 

^i%z Banquet for Batchelers, wherein is prepared fundry dainty Diffies 
to furnifh their Tables, curioufly drcll, and ferioufly ferved in, 
hlack Letter ■ ' ■ . . 1 637 

4i;S'5 Bacon's Effayes. J or Counfels Civil and Moral 1625 

AtS^ Brrtton'^3 Bowrc of Delights.; contayning many, mod deleftable 
and fine Devifes, or rare Epitaphs, pleaiant Poems, Paftorals and 
Sonnet» ■ • — — 1597 

41 E5 luck's Great Plantagenet < r6^^ 

jAtSh Eajnard's, Saynt, Medytacyons, whyche for very Favour and' Cha- 
rytable Love of all fuche Perfones as have not Underllondinge in 
Latyn,. hath be tranflatyd fro Latyn into Englyfhe by a devoutc 
Student of Unyverfyte of Cambrydge and hath put it to be en- 
prynted at VVeftmeller by Wynkyn de Worde the JXth of March 

1496 

There is a Wooden-Print in the Frontirpicc«^.Teprerenting a 

religious Man in a hood, a Crofs in one Hand.and Book in the 

other ; probably intended to fignifie the Author 

%tSy Belgick Souldier ; dedicated to the Parliament, or Wane was a, 
BlefSng • 162. 

Mfi9S Billwick's Anfwer to the Exceptions made againfl his Letany, bj 
a learned Gentleman, printed in the Tear of Remembrance , Anne 

1637 

4)1% Bloudy-Booke, or the tragical and defperate End of Sir John Fites 
alias Fitz, a Devonfhire Knight — — ■ 1605 

4190 Benoeil on the Art of making Silke, with the Manner of Breeding, 
Nourifhing and Ordering of Silke Wormes and Planting of Mul- 
berry-Trees ■ 1622 

4P9S Booke of Fifhing with Hooke and Line, and of all other Inllru- 
ments thereunto belonging, black Letter. 

4192 Barnerd's:Faithful Shepheard, amended and enlarged — -— 1609 

.4195 Botero's Caufes of the Magnificence and Greatnefs of Cities. Tran- 
fiated by P^obert Peterfon of Lincolnes Inne, Gent. 1606 

<j?9ij Chriflianity as old as the Creation, or the Gofpel, a Republication 
of the Religion of Nature, /ar^^ Pfl/^r 1731 

4195 Chubb's Colleftion of Trads on various Subjedls, large Paper 1730 

4:196 Cafley's Catalogue of the Manufcripts of the King's Library 1 734 

J 1 97 Cafe of Gloceller Hall, reftifying the falfe dating thereof, by 
Dodor WoodrofFe, ivith MS l^stss. 

aiq8 C/.t 



i 



£ N G L I S IL Quarto. z^j 

419? Cafe of the Royal African Company of EngiaixL, with tlae Stsppk- 
nicnt, large P^per, gik on the Le-wces • ii75'> 

4r99 Cudworth's inteljeftual Syftein ot the Univerfe, withaa Acosuot 
of his Life and Writings, by Mr. Birch, 2 vol. 1745: 

4300 CiaJen's compleat Concordan-ce to the Holy Scriptures cf the Qii. 
and New Tellament iJi'^ 

A20\ CaUiglione's Courci«r • • — ■ J 7-7 

4202 Conduct of his Grace the Duke ofGrmonde^ in^he Gaa^pagiru; c-£ 

17 iz _ ■ • -171; 

4203 Common-Prayer, curiot{fly engrwjed xt^on Copfer-Vlat'Et, Ij ^txrt^ 

ruled nvith Gdd -and Red Lines, gilt an the Ls^'uei, (&md imundHm- 
hiue Turkey. 

4204 Colbaich's Examination of Mt. Archdeacon Ethard's Acc-oikit ©f 

the Marriage Treaty between K. Charles II. and Q,- Cattecrdnie, 
Infanta of Portugal, large Paper, gilt on the Les^.^'i 3-55, 

4205 CommoB-place-Book to the Holy B;ble ;, or the Scriptures SaSci- 

ency pradically demonftrated • ■ 4 73!? 

4206 Cafe of John Ward of Hackney, Efq; 

4207 of Capt. Thomas Green, Gomnrander of tlie Ship W^oroefeT^ 

and his Crew, tried,and' condemned for Murther and Pjrscj/iiitie 
the Court of Admiralty in Scotland ' a 70^ 

420B CliiFjrd's Notes upon I)ryden's Poems^ in 4 Letters sf»,«,7 

4209 Ceremonies ufed at the Celebration of St. George's Feall at Wiiui'- 

for, when the Sovereign of the Order of the Gartear is pafefeiH;, 
large Paper, iauvd in Hue Turkey ■ ' 'i^y^. 

4210 Catholicks Defence for their Adoration of the Body aad Slood-oS 

our Lord in the Holy Sacrament of the Eucharift 16% 

4211 Caribbeana, containing Letters and Diflertations, together ^wi^- 

Poetical Effays on various Subjefts, wxote by feveral Haads in ibe. 
Weft-Indies, zvol. ■ ■ ■■ » 174a 

4212 Chartham News ; or a brief Relation of fome ilrapge Bedisc there 

lately digged up in fome Grounds of Mr. John Somivers — r.6i6jf^- 

4213 Commentary upon the Founders and Ai^irs of Balioi Calledj^. 

by Hen. Savage, Mafter of the faid Colledge 1 66£' 

4214 Confiderations about the NewT^Ilof the Church of EnglaiKfa-. 

Loyalty. 

42 1 5 Cafe of Thomas Samfon, Gent, letting forth the horrible Perfeoatieru» 

and Gppreffion he has undergone, only for appearing in the Ser^ 
vice of his King and Country - i 697 

4216 Comical Hillory of the Marriage-Union betwixt Fergufia anfi- 

Heptarchus »■ - ■ - ■ ijdS' 

4217 Charters granted by K. Charles II. to the Proprietors ef Carolina. 

4218 Colledl. of Debates and Proceedings in Parliam. in 1694 and 169-5, 

upon the Inquiry into the late Bribes and corrupt Pra<5tices 1695; 

4219 Capitulations and Articles of Peace betweene the Majeftie -of tftc 

King of England, and the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, print- 
ed at Conftantinople, by Order of Sir Paul Ricaut • «665. 

4220 Ceremonies us'd in the Time of King Henry VII. fox Jiealiqg 

thofe that be difeafedwith the King's Evil — — . .:686 

4221 Ceremonies ufed at the Funeral of his Grace Geo. Monk, Duke off 

Albemarle, publifh'd by Sandford, at the Command of K. Ciiarles 

4122 Cafe of Mr. Sheridan before the late Houfe of CommoiHi 168» 

4223 Caifandra, but I hope not, telling what will come of it 1704 

4224 Camdea'i 






i68 ENGLISH. Qv^v.Tb, 

4*24 Camden's Remaines concerning Britaine, publJQi'd by JohnPhi^iprrt' 
Somerfet Herald, large Faftr ■ 1636 

4225 Caleof Founder's Kinlmen 

4226 CoUedion of Prophefies relating to the Goverment 01'" England 

1689 

4227 Cafe of the piefent affl!(fled Clergy of Scotland fully xeprefented 

1690 

4228 Coryat's Crudities • • • 161 £ 

4229 Calender of Scripture, by William Patten, l^oufid in blue Turkey^ 

and gilt on the Lf.avei, firinted hy R. "J^gge • it)- 5 

4230 Cafe of Sir Thomas I'llkington, Knt. and others, as to the Riot 

pretended to be committed by them in the Elcdlion of Sl.trirts in 
the Year 1682 

4231 Colleftion of feveral TreatieJ, &c. fince the late Revolutioi i-ci 

4232 — — Of fome Letters concerning the Cardinal de Bouillon Dean 

of the facred College • 1710 

4233 Campion's Reafonsof a Challenge fent to the Univerfities of Eng- 

land in Matters of Religion — 1687 

4234 Converfion and Perfecutions of Eve Cohnn, now called Elizabeth 

Verl oon, a Perfon of Quality of the Jewilh Religion 1680 

4235 Conftitutions and Canons Ecclefiaftical treated upon by the Arch 

bi(hops and Bi (hops, and therell of the Clergy of Ireland 

Dubli» i66q- 

4236 Certaine Petitions prefented by the Lord Maioi* and Lommonalty 

of the City of London • • 1641 

4237 Curiofities and Rarities to be feen in the Gallery of the Garden cf 

the Academy of Leyden, 

42^8 Continued Cry of the Oppreffed for Jufticc — — 1675- 

4239 Charafter of a Low-Cburch-man • 170/ 

4240 Colleftion of Poems, Songs. Catches, «gainft Popery — 1689 

4241 Cautions offered to the Confiderations of thofe who are to chafe- 

Members to ferve in the enfuing Parliament ■ ' ■• >6g5 

4242 Cafe of the Church of England's Memorial fairly dated 1705^ 

4243 Crook's Rebellion rebuked, in Defence of the Quakers, 1673 

4244 Cafe of Richard Thompfon and Co. with Relation to their Credi- 

tors 1677 

4245 Cafe of Exeter Colledge in the Univerfity of Oxford related nnd 

vindicated ■' <— — i6gi 

4246 Colleftion of fome memorable and weighty Tranfaflions in Parlia- 

ment in relation to the loipeachment of Thomas Earl of Danby 

1695 

4247 Coryat's Crambe, or his Colewort twice fodden -- •■'■ • 1675 

4248 Cafe of the Bankers and their Creditors more fully ftated and ex- 

amin'd —— — ^ — « ■ '611 

4349 Colepepers Trafts concerning Ufury ;- ^"joi 

4250 Cafe of the Quakers concerning Oathsdefended as Evangelical 1674 
425) Counterfeit Convert difcovered by John Crook, 

4252 Cawdrey's Difcourfe on Patronage ■ ■' ' « ■ »67$ 

4253 Corporation Credit, or a Bank of Credit npade current by common 

Confent in London, more ufeful and fafe than Money 1682 

4254 Catalogue of all the Pamphlets and fingle Sheets fince the Difco- 

very of the PopifTi Plot •- ' — — ■■ ■ 168» 

4255 Confiderations upon the fecond Canon in the Book entitled, Con^ 

ititucions and Canons EcQlefiaftica! — — * — — — -^ *^9J, 

4256 Ca*'i 



i? N G L I S H. QtrARTo: i6gf 

4256 Catholick Caufe, or the horrid Praflice of murdering Kings jufti- 

fied and commended by the Pope 1678 

4257 Confiderations upon corrupt Eleftions of Members to ferve in Par-i 

liament • 2701 

4258 Cooper's Chronicle, conteiningethe whole Difcourfeof the Hifto- 

ries as well of this Realme as all other Countries, with the Suc- 
celfionof their Kings, the Time of their Raigiie, and what no- 
table Afles were done by them, B/ack Letter . i 560 

4259 Catechifme, that is to fay, ane commone and Catholic Inllrudtion 

of the Chriften People, on Materis of our Catholick Faith and 
Religion, quhilk na gud Chriften Man or Woman fold miflcno-.v, 
fet forth by the Maift Rev. Father in God, John, Archbifhop of 
St. Androus, black Letter, hound in red Morocco -■■ ■■ 1551 

4260 Certificate from Northamptonlhire as there is an Order lately print- 

ed concerning Minifters, by a Committee of the High Court of 
Parliament . ■ ■ ■ • 1641 

4261 Conference between Pope Clement X and Cardinal de Monte Alto 

concerning the late Difcovery of the Mafs in Scripture '674 

4262 Catalogue of the Rarities in the publick Theatre and Anatomy 

Hall of the Univerfity of Leyden — — — — . ]5gj 

4263 Cafaubon's Letter to Peter Du Moulin concerning Natural and Ex- 

perimental Philofophy - ' - — -— i66g 

4264 Confiderations upon the Queftion whether the Parliament is dil- 

folv'd by its Prorogation for 15 Months 1676 

4265 Clito, a Poem on the Force of Eloquence, by Mr. John Toland 

17C0 

4266 Charleton's A natomic Leflures ■ ■ ■ 1683 

4267 Conqueftof the City of Badaby the Emperor Leopold, under the 

Conduft of the Duke of Lorram . 1686 

4268 Chapman's Defcription of the City of Bath . ■ 1673 

4269 Compleat Roman ■ > • , 1639 

4270 Cafaubon's Treatife of Ufe and Cuilome •■' 1638 

4271 Chamberlain's Colleftion of Papers concerning dipt and counter- 

feit Money < . 1696 

4272 Cotton's, Sir Robert, Speech before the Lords of the Privy Coun- 

cil touching the Alteration of Coin 1680 

4273 Ceremonial of the Coronation of King George IL and Queen Ca- 

roline ■ — • J 727 

4274 Crofi'j, Bif^op of Hereford, Legacy to his JDiocefe 1679 

4275 Confpiracy of Lucius Cataline, trarifl«ted into Englifh by Thomas 

Paynell, worthy, profitable, and pleafant to be red, printed i/y 

'ihonas Bcrthelet ■ 1 541 

This Book is fo fcarce that Anthony Wood in his Account of 
this Author's Tranflation and Works, takes no Notice of it, pro- 
bably he having not heard of it. 
42 7 S Copy of a Baron's Court, newly tranflited by What-you-call-him, 
Clerk to the fame, printed at Hdicon bejide Parnajfus, and are to 
be /old in Caledonia. 
7 Couniry Vicar's Addrefs to her Miijefiy • - 1707 

4.278 Character of a Trimmer, by Sir William Coventry — 1689 

4279 ■ Of a Jacobite < 1690 

"14280 Ceremony of invefting his EJedoral Highr.efs of Brandenburgh 

with the Order of the Garter — • 1690 

|428{ ThcChariierj a comical Satire >• - ■ ■ ■ — ' 1682 

Y 428a Ci- 



170 ENGLISH. Quart»: 

4282 Canonical Statefman's grand Argument difcufs'd ■ 1693 

4283 Confiderations upon a printed Sheet entitled, the Speech of the 

late Lord Ruffel to the Sheriffs 1683 

4284 Cafe of Non-refidence, in a Letter to Sir H. Mackworth 1706 

4285 Confiderations about the moft proper Way of raifmg Money in the 

prefent Conjunflure 

4286 Charafter of the Prefbyterian Paftors and People in Scotland 

4287 Champion's Vocation of Bifhops and other Ecclefiaftical Minifters 

Doivay i6i6 

Chlrche of the evyll Men and Women whereof Lucyfer is the 
Heed, and the Members, is all the Players, Diffolute and Synners 

4288^ reproved — — 1511 

The Parliament of Deuylles, black Letter, printed by Wynken 
de Worde ■ ■ ■ ■ ' -■ ■ ■ ■ 1509 

4289 Coleman's Letters to Monf. La Chaife ■ ■ — ■ 1678 

4290 Confiderations concerning common Fields and Inclofures 1654 

4291 Conformifts Plea for the Nonconformifts — 1683 

4292 Collins on Salt tnd Fifhery ■' ■ ■ 1682 

4293 Charafler of a Town Mifle • 1675 

4 «94 Caledonia, or the Pedlar turn'd Merchant, a Tragi-Comedy, as it 

was afted by his Majefty's Subjefts of Scotland ■■' 1700 

4295 Cafe of Sir Humphry Mackworth — — •■ ■ ■ - 1705 

4296 Cowley's Poems on the Civil Wars, a Manufcript fairly ivrote, 

4297 Confeffion of the Faith and Dodtrinc believed and profeffed by the 

Proteftants of Scotland • ■ » - — 1638 

4298 Confeffion of Faith of the Kirk of Scotland 1638 

4299 Cafe of Succeffion to the Crown of England ftated • '679 

4300 Confiderations relating to all future Eledtions of Members to ferve 

in Parliament, by Dr. Drake " ' ■ 170Z 

4301 Cafe of the Sheriffs for the Year 1682, in Regard to the Aft for 

Corporations — ■ 16S2 

4302 Chauncy's Innocence vindicated by a Narrative of the Proceedings 

of the Court of Seffion in Briftol, againft Ifaac Chauncy Phyfician 
in that City ■ ■ ■ ■ - 1684 

4303 Cenfure upon certain PalTages contain'd in the Hiftory of the Royal 

Society, by Hen Stubb Phyfician at Warwick 1671 

4304. Charaderof a compleat Phyfician or Naturalift, 

4305 Confiderations touching the true Way to fupprefs Popery in this 

Kingdom ■ ■ ' • ^677 

4306 Cloak in its Colours, or the Prefbyterian unmaflc'd — — 1679 

4307 Cafe's Wards of the Key to Helmont proved unfit for the Lock 

1682 

4308 Colleftion of certain horrid Murders in feveral Counties of Ireland 

1679 

4309 Confcience fatisfied in fubmittirg to the Government of King Wil- 

liam and Queen Mary, by T. Wilfon ■ ' •— 1690 

4310 Cafe of the Univerfity of Oxford, fhewing that the City is not 

concerned to oppoi'e the Confirmation of their Charters by Parlia- 
ment • ■ . ■ •■ '■ » . ■ .. 1690 

4311 Cabinet of the JeCuits Secret; open'd -^ 1679 

4312 Coke's Refledions upon the Ealt India and Royal African Compa- 

nies — : 1695 

4313 Charge of High Tr-afon, Murders, OpprefTions, againft th'e Mar- 

quis of Ai gyle - ■■-. ■• ■ ' ■ I I - ■ '■■■■■ 1661 

4314 Churcb 



I 



ENGLISH. Quarto." 171 

4314 Churchyard's Chips, containing i z feveral Labours, Black Letter 

»575 

4315 The Boke called Catho, or Cato's Precepts in Latin, withaTiiu- 

fladon and Paraphrafe in Englifh Verfe, tranflated out of French, 
and Printed by IV. Caxto», luithout Date. 

CatOD was tranflated into Englylfhe by Mayfter Bcnet Burgh, 
late Archdeken of Colcheftere, and hye Chanone of St. Stephen's 
at Weftmeftre, which full craftily hath made it in Balade Ryal for 
the Erudition of ray Lord Bouftier, Sone and Heyr at that Tyme 
to my Lord the Erie of Effex. 

43 1 6 Conferences between a Papift and a Jew, and betwixt a Proteftant 

and a Jew, in two Letters from a Merchant in London to his Cor- 
refpondent in Amfterdam 1679 

4317 Choife of Change, containing a Triplicitie of Di/initie and Phi- 

lofophie 1 59S 

4318 Cabala, or the Myftery of Conventicles unvcil'd, by Oliver Foulis 

1664 

4319 Catalogue of all the Mayors and Bailiffs, Lord Mayors and She- 

riffi of the loyal City of Yorke, from the Time of King Edward 

L until the Year 1 664 1664 

►4320 Crown Conjugal, or the Spoufe Royal, by John "Wing 1620 

4321 Cheynell's, bicknefs, Herefy, Death, and Burial of William Chil- 
lingworth, in his own Phrafe, Clerk of Oxford ■■ 1644 

Por a particular Charadter of this Book, fee Mr. Locke's Ac- 
count of it in a Letter to Mr. Anthony Collins, publifhed by Mr. 
Defmaizeau. 

4522 Confiderations upon the Proclamation for the Thankfgiving, 

4323 Cicero's Oration for M. Marcellus, with an Appendix relating to 
the Prince of Orange 1609 

43?^ Charleton's Chorea Gigantum, or Stone Henge reftored to the 
Danes ■ ■ ■ -■ 1663 

4325 Confiderations concerning the State of the Nation, 

4326 Charge of a Tory Plot maintain'd — — ■ 1682 

4327 Confiderations relating to the fettling of the Government, humbly 

ofFer'd to the Lords and Commons of England affembled at VVeit- 
minfter - ' ■ ■ ■ ■ 1689 

4328 Carion's three Bokes of Chronycles gathered with Diligence, Black 

Letter • ~ ■ ' 5 5 '^ 

4329 Colleton's juft Defence of the flindered Friefts 1 602 

4330 Charader of a bigotted Prince, and what England may expeft from 

the Return of fuch a one 1691 

4331 Creed of Pope Pius IV. or a Profpeft of Fopery taken from that 

authentlck Record — — . . 1687 

4332 Company of Watermen and Lightermens Cafe fully flated, in Re- 

lation to the depending Bill for the better governing that Company 

1706 

^4333 Compendius Trafliue conforme to the Scripturis of Almightie God 

1 -^ - Reffoun, and Authoritie, declaring the nerreft and oniie Way to 

eftablifh the Confcience of ane Chriftane Man, by Maijier ^in- 

tine Kennedy, Black Letter^ in the Scots Language '55^ 

. 4334 Cotta's Trial of Witchcraft ■ i6i6 

4335 Coke's Danger of the Church and State of England with the Trade 

of it '-r 1671 

4336 Citt and Bumpkin in a Dialogue over a Pox of Ale — ^— • 680 

Y 2 4337 Chau 



Lg^ 



172 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

4137 Chaucer's Ploughman's Tale ■ — ■ « 1606 

4338 Counter Scuffle, whereunto is added the Counter Rat • 1693 

4339 Coffee Scuffle, occafioned by a Contefl. of a learned Knight and a 

pityful Pedagogue - • ■ •■ • 1662 

4340 CuUiford's Cafe ; or Wedlock fruftrated ■ ■ ^ ■ " ' ■ 1695 

4341 Charter granted to the Apothecaries of London ■ ■ ' ■- 1695 

4342 Cafe of Sir T. Cullum, Bart. • 1680 

4343 Confl.igfation of Loudon poetically defcribed, in Latin and Englifh 

1667 
4544 Cofin's Apologie for the Proceedings by Ecclefiafiical Courts 1593 

4345 Caution to Proteilants, or the Cafe of Marg. Clark, lately executed 

for filing her Mailer's Houfe in Southwark i63o 

4346 Cafe of the Accommodation propofed by the Bifhop of Dumblaine 

to the Non-Conforming Minifters examined — — 1671 

4347 Ccnfure of a Loyal Subjedt upon a certaine noted Speech and Be- 

haviours of thofe 14 notable Traitors at the Place of their Execu- 
tions, black Letter, nvithout Date, 

4348 Court of the moll illuftrious and moft magnificent James, the Firft 

1620 

4349 Confiderations' offered againfl the Continuance qf the Bank of Eng- 

land. 
43?;o Conjugium Languens ; or the natural, civil, and religious Mif- 

chiefs arifing from conjugal Infidelity and Impunity 1700 

4351 Churchyarde's Difconrfe of the Queenes Majefties Entertainment in 

Suffolk and Norfolk, black Letter. 
43^2 Clayton's Martiall Difcipline, black Letter " ■ -" 1591 

4353 Claudian, tranflated by Leonard Digges • 1628 

4354 Cafe of the People called Quakers ftated — — 1680 

4355 Cradock's Expedient for taking away all Impofitions and raifmga 

Revenue without Taxes » ■ 1660 

4356 Chimneys ScufRe ■ • 1662 

4357 Carolina, or a Defcription of the prefcnt State of that Country, 

byT. A. Gent. — 1682 

4358 Certain and infallible Meafures laid down, whereby the whole 

Begging Poor of the Kingdom may be alimented at a much lefs 
Charge than they are at prefent — — ■ — 1701 

4359 Charter- houfe, with the Laft Will and Tellament of Thomas 

Sutton, Efq; ■ 1614 

4360 Certain Adatters concerning the Realme of Scotland, compofed to- 

gether • ■ - ■ 1603 

4361 Catalogue of moll of the memorable Tombs, Graveflones, Plates, 

Efcutcheons, or Atchievements, in the deraolifh'd or yet extant 
Churches of London, by P. Fifher •• • 1668 

4362 Cornu-Copia, or a Mifcellany of Lucriferous, and moil frudliferous 

E.xperiments. 

4363 Colleftion out of the bell approved Authors, containing Hiflories 

of Vifions, Apparitions, Prophcfies, Spirits, Divinations, &c. 

1657 

4364 Commons Complaint, wherein is contained two Special Grievances 

1611 

4365 Cafaubon's Original of Idolatries, or the Birth of Herefies — 1624 

4366 Countrymdn's Recreation, or the Art of Planting, Grafting and 

Gardening ■ . . — 1640 

4367 Confiderations, 



E N G L I S B. Quarto. 173. 

4367 Confiderations, important, which ought to move all true and 

found Caiholiks, who are not wholly Jefuhed, to acknowledge 
without all Equivocations, that the Proceedings of her Majeltic 
fince the Beginning of her Highnefle Raigne hath been both milde 
and merciful, ivith /n>eral MS Notes < — 1601 

4368 Certainc excellent Poems and Spiritual Hymnes, by R.S. — 1595 

4369 Commentarie upon the Lamentations of Jeremy ■ ^593 

4370 Collins's Plea for the bringing in of Irilh Cattle and keeping out of 

Fifli caught by Foreigners • 1680 

4371 Cities Love, an Entertainment by Water at Chelfey and Whitehall, 

at the Receiving of that illuftrious Hope of Great-Britain, the 
High and Mighty Charles, to be created Prince of Wales— . 1616 

4372 Charleton's Anatomic Leflures 16S3 

4373 Cities Advocate, in this Cafe, or Quellion of Honour and Armes. 

whether Appientifhip extinguifhed Gentry ? i6zg 

4374 Chriftal GlafTe for ChriRian Wom.en, or the Life and Death of 

Mrs Katherine Stubs ■ 1678 

4375 Cotton's Treatife of Predeftination, with an Examination thereof, 

written by William Twiffe, D. D. ■ 1 646 

4376 Conftitutions of the Mufeum Minervs • 1636 

4377 Clavell's Difcoverie of the High-way Law 162S 

4378 Civil Right of Tytiies, or the Country Incumbent, his Claymc 

thereto - — — 1655 

4379 Corner Stone laid towards the Building of a new Colledge in Lon- 

don, by Adrian Huyberts, Fhyficir.n ■ »675 

4380 Chriftian Knight, compiled by Sir William Wifeman, for the Pub- 

lickc Weale and Happineffe of England, Scotland and Ireland 

1619 

4381 Countrj'* Contentments, or 'the Hulbandman's Recreations, by Gcr- 

vafe Markham • — 16:51 

4382 Carleton's Thankful Remembrance of God's Mercy, in an hiftorical 

CoUeflion of the great and merciful Deliverances of the Church 
and State of England, nvitb Cuts ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 627 

4383 Chamberlen's Propofais for eftabliihing a Land Credit in this King- 

dom ■ - ' — :i— l^CO 

4584 Caveat to Conventiclers, being a Letter from an Englifh Gent, in 
Stockholme, to a Perfon of Quality at London, relating to the 
Devil's Appearance in the Dutchy of Finland 1670 

4385 Copie of a Letter which was fent by the Minillrie to everie one of 

the Secret Council requiring :he;r Subfcriptions to the Covenant-, 
a MS fairly lurote. 

4386 Confiderations of the River Nine, running from Northampton to 

Petcrborow, with a MS Calculation of the Charge of making it 
navigable, taken in the Year i6c6. 

4387 Common Writing, whereby Two, although not underllancing one 

the other's Language, may by helpe thereof communicate their 

Minds one to other ■ . 1647 

438S ChefTe-Play, a Game, both pleafant, wittic and politicke, with 
brief Inftru£lions thereunto belonging > 597 

4389 Cafe of a limited Tolerj-tion ftated according to the pre.ent Exi- 
\ gence of Affairs in Church and Stnte, 

4390 Compendious, or briefe Examination of certavne ordinary Com- 

plaints of divers of our Countrymen in thefe our Daye-,by W. S. 

GtXiK, black Letter >■ ' . ' 1581 

Gent. 



174 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

4391 Cooke's Vindication of ProfefTors and Profcffion of the Law 1646 

4392 Cafe is altered. How? afke Dalio and Millo, black Letter 1604 

4393 Commiffion giving Power to enquire of the Decayes of the Cathe- 

dral of St. Paules in London, and for the Repayring of the fame 

1631 

4394 Converfion of jgoo Eaft-Indians, in thelfle Formofa neere China, 

to Chrillianity, by the Meanes of Mr. Ro. Junius 1650 

4595 Chriftian Hofpitalitie handled Common-PIace-wife in the Chappel 
of Trinity CoIIedge in Cambridge, by C. Delechamp 1632 

4396 Coriat'sOdcombian Banquet difhed foorth 161 1 

4397 Carleton's Tithes examined, and proved to be due to the Clcrgie 

by a divine right — — ■ ■■ ' 1611 

4398 Chirion of England, with his ftrarge Adventures for the Love ot 

Celeftina, Daughter to Lewis King of France, black Letter r 597 

4399 Copie of the Declinator and Proteftation, which was penned by 

fome fometime pretended Bifhops, and prefented in Face of Affem- 
bly, at Glafgow, in Nov. 1638,« MS neatly 'wrote. 

4400 Common Good ; or the Improvement of Commons, Forefts and 

Chafes by Inclofure, by S. Taylor • < 1652 

4401 Cornewallis's ElTayes, or rather Encomions, Prayfes of Sadneffe 

1616 

4403 Comparifon between the suncient Faith of the Romans and the 

new Romifh Religion, by Fr. Bunny, black Letter 1595 

4403 Cures of the Difeaied in remote Regions, preventing Mortalitie in- 

cident in Forraine Attempts of the Englilh Nation— ———1598 

4404 Commiffion, with Inftrufticyis and Direftions, granted by his Ma- 

jefty to the Mafter and Counfaile of the Court of Wards and Li- 
veries, for compounding for Wards, Ideots and Lunaticks 1622 

4405 Circle of Commerce, or the Baliance of Trade, in Defenceof Free 

Trade, by E. Miffelden • — — 1623 

4406 Converfion and Chriftian Declaration of Mr. Nich. Gualtier, late 

Curate of St. Michaels at Reims 1608 

4407 Cry of the North, Fair Trade, Fair Selfure, Fair Trial, Edinbnrg. 

4408 Catalogue of the Indulgences and Reliques belonging to the feven 

principal Churches in Rome ■ ' " 1 62 1 

4409 Converfion of a moft noble Lady of Fraunce ■ ■ - 1 608 

44 1 o Converfions and Recantations of four great learned Men, profefled 

Fryers, in fundry Monafteries of France from the Errors ofPo- 
perie ' * • — — 1604 

4411 Corbet's ungirding of the Scoltilh Armour — 1639 

4412 Cocker's Morals; or the Mufes Spring-Garden. 

4413 Compleat Gentleman, by Henry Peacham ■ 16.27 

4414 Chriftian Familiar Comfort and Encouragement unto all Englifti 

Subjedb, not to difmaie at the Spanifti Threats - ■■ 1596 
441 5 Churchyarde's BlelTed Balme to fearch and falve Sedition ——1604 
4416 Crunvpton's Manfionof Magnanimitie, ^/af^ Af//fr — — — 1611 
441 7 Dale's Hilipry of Harwich and Dover-Court, twith Cuts. large Pa- 
per 1730 

4418 Dilcourreof the Fiftiery, by R. LT.ftrange ■ 1674 

4419 De Moivres Dodlrine oi Ciiances, large Paper • 171 8 

4420 Dcfagalier's Courfeof Experimental Philofophy, nicithCuts 1734 
4dsi Difcourleof General Notions of Money, Tradeand Exchanges, as 

they ftand related to each other —— — — 1 694 

Method 



M N G L I S Hy Quarto. 175 

4422 Douglas's Hiftory of the Lateral Operation, or an Account of the 

Method ofExtrafting the Stone - ' ■ — 1726 

4423 Dialogue between Dick Brazenface the Cardmaker and Tim. Mean- 

well the Clothier. 

4424 Diffenter. A Poem . 1704 

4425 Difcourfe of Sea-Ports, principally of the Port and Harbour of 

Dover, written by Sir Walter Rawleigh .- ', mh . 1700 

4426 Dryden's Hind and the Panther, a Poem — -^ , •— ^ — 1687 

4427 Dyet of Poland, a Satyr, fuppofed to be 'wrote by Defoe 170^ 

4428 Dutch Deputies, a Satyr ■ ■ 1705 

4429 Defence of the Proceedings of the Vifitor and Fellows of Exeter 

College in Oxford ■ ■ — — ^ — 1691 

4430 Diary of the Siege of Vienna ■ 16^4 

443 1 Difcourfe between a Yeoman of Kent and the Knight of a Shire 

upon the Prorogation of the Parliament 1693 

4432 Difcourfe ; tending to demonftrate from the Folly and ill Succefs 

of the Romifli Policy, that there is no Reafon to apprehend any 
Danger from Popery. 

4433 Defence of the Laft Parliament, aniwered Article by Article 1702 
5434 Diffenters Anfwer to the High Church Challenge '704 

4435 Defence of the Vindication of the deprived Bifhops ■ 1695 

4436 Difcovery of the blafphemous Principles of the Quakers '699 

4437 Difcourfe concerning Ireland and the different Interefts thereof 

/698 

4438 Dryden's Abfalom and Achitophel, and Medal, bound in blue Tur- 

key, and gilt on the Leaijes — — — — > 1 682 

4439 • Hynd and Panther, with Anfvvers 1687 

4440 Difcourfe upon Ufury, occafioned by David Jones's farcwel Sermon 

1692 

4441 Devil to do about Dunkirk, in Burlefque Verfe — — 170S 

4442 Duke of Anjou's Succeffion confidered, as to its Legality and Con- 

fequences — — — . . 1701 

4443 Declaration of the Inhabitants of the Cevennes 1703 

4444 Debates of the Houfe of Commons in the Reign of K. James II, 

relating to the Militia > « 1697 

4445 Difcovery oftheMyftery of Iniquity as praftic'd among the Jefuitcs 

1679 

4446 Dialogue of the Office of a Sergeant Major, ijoith MS Notes, black 

Letter — — ■ 1590 

4447 Dialogue, by Way of Queflion and Anfwer, concerning the Deity, 

all the Refponfes being taken verbatim out of the Scripture?, by 
W. Freke, Efq; 

4448 Defence of the Profeffion which John late Bifhop of Chicheller 

made upon his Death-bed, concerning Paflive Obedience, and the 
New Oaths ■ ■ — 1690 

4449 Dialogue betweun Marphorio and Pafquin, concerning the Succef- 

fion of Spain, and the prefent State of Europe 1 701 

■ 4450 Difcourfe concerning the Eaft-India Trade, 

^4451 Difcourfes upon Trade, principally diredled to the Cafes of Inte- 

reft, Coynage, Clipping, Increafe of Money • 1691 

4452 Decrees of the Parliament of Paris upon a Copy of tiie Pope'i, 

Brief of the Firft of January 1681 ■ 16S1 

4453 Difcourfe of God's Ways of difpofing of Kingdom?, by the Bilhop 

ofSc. Afaph -( 1694 

4454 Diicoufie 



j-6 E N G L I S H. QvAKTo: 

.^-^ .., about our kcepirg onr Money, Ihewing that our Money 
may be kept among ourfelres 1696 

44;; Difcourfc touching Tanger, in a Letter toaPerfon of Quality i68o 

I 44St> o^ ^^2 Conteft and Diflentioas between the Nobles and the 

l Commons in Athens and Rome — — — — 1701 

• 4457 Diary ^ ^^^ Siege and Surrender of Lymerick, with the Articles 

!; at large, both Civil and Military ■ — - 1692 

r 4458 Difcourfe concerning Banks. 

; 4459 Difquiiition, hffiv far Conqueft gives the Conqueror a Title, 

i 4460 Difcovery of a Defigne carried on by our late Addreffers and Ab- 

horrers to alter the Conftitution of the Government ■ 1682 

! 4461 Don Quixote Redivivus encountering a Barn Door ■ 1674 

1 4462 Danger of the Church of England . 1695 

' 446^ Dialogue betwixt Jack and Will concerning the Lord Mayor's go- 

ing to Meeting-Houfes with the Sword carried before him 1697 

4464 Defcription, perfeft, of Virginia — — — 1649 

446^ Dog in the Wheel, a Satyr ■ 1705 

4466 Diary of the Expedition of the Prince of Orange, from his Palace at 

the Hague to his landing at Torbay — 16S9 

4467 Dangerous Confequence of further eftablifliing the Bank of England 

confidered ■ 1708 

4468 Difcourfe of all the Royal PaCages, Triumphs and Ceremonies ob- 

ferved at the Contraft snd Marriage of K. Charles and the Lady 
Henrietta Maria of Bourbon 1625 

4469 Direftors of the Bank of England Enemies to the great Intereft of 

the Kingdom • ■ ■ 1 7 1 5 

4470 Difcourfe of Duels, by T. C. D. D. — 1687 

4471 Damnable Principle of the Jefuites touching the Murdering of 

Kings, fully laid open 1679 

4472 Defcripdon of King Williams Palace and Gardens at Loo, with a 

fliort Account of Holb.nd, by Dr. Harris ^699 

4473 Dying Speeches, Letrers arid Prayers, of thofe eminent Proteftants 

who fuffered in the Well of England under Ld JefFerys — — i68g 

4474 Dialogue between Sam, the Ferriman of Dochet, Wiil, a Water- 

man of London, and Tom, a Bargeman of Oxford, upon the 

«< King's calling a Parliament to meet at Oxford ■ 1681 

J 4475 Dialogue between a Country Gent, and a Merchant concerning the 

*,' fallingof Guineas, by Mr. Clement 1696 

'«! 4476 Declaration of the SenCe of the Archbifhops and Eiihops concerning 

jt the irregular and fcandaloas Proceedings of certain Clergymen at 

{ the Execution of Sir John Frierd ■ 1696 

1 4477 Defefcs of the Engliih Laws with their proper Remedies — 1695 

I 447S Dear Bargain, or tiie Reprefentetion of tiie State of the Englifli Na- 

! tion under the Dutch, 

i 4479 Dialogue between the Pope and a Phanatick concerning AEiirs ia 

j England > — 1680 

! 4420 betwixt a Whig and Tory, alias Williaraite and Jacobite 

i . }^9\ 

4481 Droomme of Doonief-day, wherein the Fr.iilties and Miferies of 
j Man's lyfe are lyvely portrayed, ^/ari /.f//fr 1576 

4482 Dialogue at Ocford, between a Tutor and a Gentleman formerly 

his Pupil, concerning Government — ' — 1681 

4483 Difcourfe on the late Earthquakes, with an hiflorical Account of 

Prodigici, ar.d their various EffeOi — »692 

4484 Deputies 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 177 

4484 Deputies of the Republickof Amfterdam to the States of Holland 

conviftedof High-Treafon, written and proved by the Miniflerof 
State ' 1684 

4485 Dyenge Creature enfefted with Sykenefs uncurable with many for- 

rowful Complayntes, black Letter, printed by Wynhn de ffordei ^sj 

4486 Difcovery of Dodlor Allen's feditious Drifts, concerning the yeild- 

ing up of the Town of Deventer unto the K. of Spain 158S 

4487 Difcourfe concerning the Eaft- India Trade, fhewingit to be unpro- 

fitable to the Kingdom of England • 1696 

4488 Duke of Tufcany's Proceedings againfl William Plowman, with 

Remarks thereupon ■ ■ 1705 

4489 Defence of the Rights and Priviledges of the Univ. of Oxford 1690 

4490 Declaration of fuch true Articles, as Geo. Joye hath gone about to 

confute as falfe, i/aci Letter • • 1 546 

449 1 Difcovery of the Spirit of Falfhood and Perfecution in Sara. Jennings. 

4492 Dialogue betwixt two Oxford Scholars. 

4493 ' betwixt Orthodox, a Royalift, and Cacodemon, onepo- 

pifhly afFeded. 

4494 Decree made at Rome, condemning fome Opinions of the Jefuits, 

and other Cafuifts - ■ — 1679 

4495 Difcourfe of the Holy Eucharift, in the two great Points of the 

real Prefence and Adoration of the Hoft •■ 1688 

4496 concerning the Worfhip of the BiefTed Virgin aad the Saints 

1686 

4497 • concerning Penance ■ ■ - 168S 

4498- concerning the Neceffity of Reformation - 1685 

4499 De Sarguc's Univerfal Way of Dialling, ivito Cuts, bound in RuJ/ja 

Leather >___^ 1659 

4500 Difcourfe, concerning the Nature of Idolatry -1688 

4501 Drayton's Mufes Elizium — — ■ ' 1630 

4502 Deliberat anfwere made to a rafh Offer which a Popifti Arvtichrif- 

tian Catholique made to a learned Protefbnt, written by Rob. 
CTOv.]ty , black Letter ■ 1588 

4503 Donne's Declaration of that Paradox, that Selfe-Homicide is not io 

naturally Sinne, that it may never be otherwife 1 644 

4504 Digges's Arithmetical Warlike Treatife, named Stratioticos, blaci 

Letter, rnledivitb red Lines, gilt on the Binding and Leai'ei I 590 

4505 Demonllration that the Church of Rome, and her Councils have 

erred 1688 

4506 Difcourfe wherein is difcufTed this Queftion, viz. Whether a Chrif. 

tian Magillrate may grant a Duel. 

4507 Dodoen's Herbal, or Hiftorie of Plants, black Letter 1595 

4508 Delaune's Narrative of his Sufferings, for writing and publifhing the 

Plea for the Nonconformills 16S4 

4509 Defcription of the Plaza, or fumptuous Market-Place of Madrid, at 

the Bull-baiting there, with a curious Cut of the Plaza 1683 

4510 Debate between Dr. Kingfraan, a dilTatisfied Clergyman, and Gra- 

tianus Trimmer, a neighbouring Miniiler concerning the late 

Thankfgiving-Day ■ ■ • 1689 

451 T Defcription of New-England, by Capt. Joha Smith i6i5 

4512 Divine Tragedie lately afted, or a Coiieclion of God's Judgments 

upon Sabbath-Breakers ■ 1636 

4.513 Declaration of the King's Majeftie concerning lawful Sports to be 

2 4J14 Defene» 



178 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

4514 Defence of King Charles I. by V/ay of Reply to an infamouj Li- 

bel, called Ludlow's Letter — ___ itqz 

4515 Dialogue between a Modern Courtier, and an honeft Englifh Gen- 

tleman - 1696 

45 !6 Declaration of the Congregational Societies decrying and difclaim- 
ing two Bookes, one called a Cry and the other called a Model of 
anew Keprcfentative — — — . 1651 

4517 Defence of the Duke of Buckingham's Book of Religion and Wor- 

JTiip . 1685 

4518 Difcourfe between a Peer of the Realm and a private Gentleman, 

relating to the prefenc Times, 

4519 upon the Queftions in debate between the King and Par- 
liament. 

4520 Difcovery of the unnatural and traiterous Confpiracie of Scottifch 

Papiftes againft God, his Kirk, their native Cuntrie, the Kingis 

M '^j cities Perfone and Eftate - ■■ • ■ • • >592 

4s;2i Dil'co'jrfe of the Nature, Ufe and Advantages of Trade '694 

4522 Defcription of his Majelly's Royal and molt ftately Ship, called the 

Sovereign of the Seas, built at Woolwich in Kent, 1637 1638 

4523 Declaration of the j all Caufes of his Majerties proceeding againft 

thofe Minhlers, who are now lying in Prifon attainted of High- 
Treafon < 1 5o5 

4524 Danvers's Murder will out, or a clear and full Difcovery, that the 

Earl of Eflex did not fcIoniouHy murder himfelf, but was barbar- 
oufly murthered by others — — 1689 

4525 Declaration of the favourable dealing of her Majefties Commit- 

fioners, appointed for the Examination of ccrtaine Traitours, black 
Letter 1583 

4526 Dekker his Dreame, which being truly interpreted, is able !o com- 

fort the Good, and terrific the Bad. 

4527 Difcourfe, written by a Gent, employed in the late Voyage of 

Spaine and Pottugale, publifhed for the Satisfaction of all fuch as 
enter'd snto Conceipts tending to the Difcredit of the Enterprife, 
black Letter « ^^^9 

4528 Declnration of the Eftate of the Colonic in Virginia, publifbed by 

Advice and Direftion of tht Ccuncell of Virginia • 1610 

4529 Dei'cription of the Province <'f New-Albion — — 1648 

4530 Difcourfe concerning the Union. 

453 1 Du Moulin's Anfwer to Fatller Cotton's Demands to the Minifters 

of France ' ■ ■ i6r4 

4552 Deacon & Walker's dialoglcaj Difcourfes on Spirits and Direls i6ci 

4533 Davie's, Sir John, Caufes wliy Ireland was never entirely fubdued, 

nor brought under Obedience of the Crowne of England 1612 

4534 Declaration of egregious popi'lh Impoftures, to withdraw the Hartes 

of her Majefties Subjedls from their Allegiance, under the Pre- 
tence of calling out Devils, praftifed by Edmunds alias Wefton, a 
Jefuit, and divers Romtfh Pnefts ■ ■ r6Q3 

453 ^ Difcord of the Grand Quakers among themfelves — — 1678 

4536 Difcourfe of the fubtil Pra^ifes of Derilles, by Witches and Sor- 

cerers, black Letter 1587 

4537 L^efence of the Parliament ofEngbndin the Cafe of James IL 1694 

4538 Declaration of the Reafons which moved Marcus Antonius de Do- 

fflrnis, Archbiibop of Spalato, to d^pary from the Romilh Reiiglon 

and his Country *" . ■■ '«p.. -' ■ 1617 

■■ ^' 45 J9 Difcourfe 



ENGLISH. QUARTO. 179 

453^ Difcourfe of the Religion of England ■ 1667 

4540 Direftions for the Cure of the Plague, fel down by the Col'edge of 

Phyficians < ■ 1665 

4541 Darriel's fraudelent PrafUfes in his Proceedings concerning the pre- 

tended Pofleffion and Di rpofltllion of WillSomers and others i 559 

4542 Diicourfe of Husbandrie uled in Brabant and Flanders '654 

4543 De^ne's Englifh Spaw Fountaine -.— . 1626 

4.54^ Difcovery of Spanifh PraOifes, or the Counfell of a well-wiftiing 

Soldier for the Good of his Prince r.nd Scste • 1623 

4J45 Deredlion of that finnful, (hamful lying and ridiculous Difcours of 
Sam. Harfnet, enti:uled, a Difcovene of the fraudulent Pradifes 

of John Barrel — i6co 

4546 Duke de Mayenne's Gholl fpeaking to the Princes, Lords, and Gen- 
tlemen of France, — — ______ 1722 

454.7 Difcourfe of Trade from England to the Eaft-Indies ■ • 162 1 

4548 Damnable Life, and deferved of Doiior John FaUlius, i/«fi Letter 

1636 

4549 Deportment and Carriage of the German Pxincefs immediately be- 

fore her Execation — _^_— . 1672 

4550 Difcourfe, Hiilorical, of the fucceeding Governors in the Nether- 

lands, and the Civil Wars thereupon, in the Yeere 1565, hlack 
Letter - 1602 

4551 Dellruflion of Troy, tranflated into Englifb, by W. Caxton, black 

Letter ■ ■ — — — 1607 

4552 Defcription of the Bermudas, now called Sonmer Iflands, black 

Letter ■ — — — t 1623 

4553 Difcovery and playne Declaration of fundiy fi:b:ill Pradifes of the 

Holy Inquifition of Spain, ii/iz^/j £f///T ■ 1568 

4J54 Defcourfe, whether a Nobleman by Birth, or a Gentleman, by de- 

fert, is greater in Nobility 1600 

4J55 Difplay of two forraigne Se<f\sin the Eafi-Indies, viz. the Banians 

and Perfees • 1630 

4556 Defence of the Article, Chrill defcended into Hell, by Adam Hyll, 

black Letter — — ■ '592 

4557 DilTertation ugainft the Hypothefis of Humane Souls living in a 

State antecedanecus to this • • 1667 

4^y8 Dodechedron of Fortune, or the E.vercifeof a Quick-Wit 16/3 

4559 Difcourle on Spirits, written and coaipofed by the Rev. Father 

Frier Seb. Michaelis. 

4560 Difcovtrrie of the Romifn Doclrlne in the Cafe of Confpiracie and 

Rtbellisn • i6oc 

4561 Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts, by G. Giffard, black 

Letter — — 1605 

4)52 Durch Remonflrance concerning the Proceedings and Practices of 
John de Witt, Fenfionary, and his Brother, with others of that 
! Fad^ion. 

.4!:63 Defiructjon of Troy. \n 'i,'BooV^y black Letter — — 16S4 

•4^64 Don Quichotte, tranfli ted into Engl ifh, by Thomas Shaken. 

4565 Dsinoiihenes's Oration againll Philip of Macedon 162-; 

.456.^ Difcourle concerning the Fii-hery wi.hin the Britiih Seas 16Q5 

•45:67 Deience of the Ji^agement of the Reformed Cluirches concerning 

Dcvorce • i6cc> 

,4^6.'^ Dr:;yton's Moyfes, in a Map of his Miracle, and other Poems «604 

Ai'^9 Difcourfe againil the damnabie Si-.ff of Ulcrers \^~^ 

1" 'Li. 457° Difcouiie 



1 30 EN (TL I S H. Quarto. 

4570 Difcourfe and Difcovery of Newfoundland, by Capf. R, Wh?t- 

bourne ■ • 1623 

4571 Defigne for Plentie, by an univerfal Planting of f ruit-Trees, by 

Hartlib. 

4572 Dyetary of Ghoftly Helthe, biack Letter, 

printed by JVynkyti de Worde 1553 

4573 Dedinatour and Proteftation of lome fometinies pretended Bifliops, 

prefented in Face Ojf the Laft Aflembly, refuted and found futily 

1639 

4574 Davie's Art of Warr and Englands Traynings 1619 

4575 Drayton's Paean Triumphall, compofed for the Society of Gold- 

fmiths ■ . — •■ 1604 

4576 Double Pp, aPapiftin Armes, bearing 10 feveral Shields encounter- 

ed by a Protellant at 10 feveral Weapons, a Jefuite marching be- 
fore them • ■ ■ ■■ ■ ' ■ ■ 1606 

4577 Defcription of the whole World • • • ■ - 1620 

4578 Defcription of the laft Voyage to Bermudas, in the Ship Marygold 

S. P. Commander ■ ' ■- • 1571 

4579 Declaration of the Praftlfes and Treafons committed by Robert 

EarleofEflex and his Complices • • 1601 

4580 Difcoveriesof John Lederer in three feveral Marches from Virginia 

to Carolina and other Parts of the Continent ' ■ 1672 

4581 Difcoverie of the three Witches of Warboys, black Letter — 1 593 

4582 Difcourfe againft Cxfar Baronius, concerning the Excommunications 

of the Venetians • — — • • 1607 

4583 ' Ihewing the great Advantages that New-Buildings and the 

enlarging of Towns and Cities do bring to a Nation 1678 

4584 Declaration of the State of the Colonyand Affaires in Virginia 1620 

4585 Digge's Politique Difcourfes — — 1604 

4586 Dodridge's Hillory of Wales, Cornewaland Chefter ■ ■ 1630 

4587 Devoute Contemplacyon and Oreyfon, the whiche whoever it fay 

may obtaine of Godconfolacion in all Trybulacyon, black Letter^ 
printed by Wynhyn de Worde, ivithout Date. 

4588 Dxmonologie, in Forme of a D alogue, by King James — 1603 
45S9 Divine and Politicke Obfervations upon Archbifhop Laud's Speech 

in rhe Starre Chamber upon the 14th of June, 1637 1638 

4590 Double armed Man by anew Invention, briefly ihewing fome fa- 
mous Exploits atchieved by ourBritifii Bowmen, tvith Cuts 1625 
4-91 Dilpute againft the Englifh Popifti Ceremonies obtruded upon the 
Church of Scotland . 1660 

4592 Defcription of Shertogenbofh • 1629 

4593 Defence of Trade, in a Letter to Sir T. Smith, Governor of the 

Ealt-India Companie, black Letter —■ 1(^1; 

459 f Diveil Oi the Vault, or the unmafking of Murthcr, in a briefe De- 
claration of the Cacolick-complottedTreaibn lately diffovered 1 606 

4595 Defcription of the Church of Chrift with her pecuHar Privileges and 
alfo of her Commons and Enterconimoners 1 1610 

/JJ96 Difcourfe of the" Trauailes of two Englifli Pilgrin^s, written by 
Henry Timberlake, in behalfe of himfelf and hii Fellow Pilgrime 
black Letter 161 1 

4597 Edwards's Naturn] Hiitory of Birds, containing the Fienres of fixty 
Birds and two Qiiacirjpede% en^ra-jtd on :^z-Coppcr-Pii7te!, after 
curious t^sr.ai Dra^vingi from the Lfe, ami cxadly coloured, 

large F^.- per • — «743 

4597 Expofition 



ENGL IS H. Quarto. i8i 

459'S F.xpofition of tlr Doftrine of the Church of England 1 686 

4599 Examinations and Informations upon Oath of Sir Tho. Cooke, 

touching divers indirect Pf adlices to procure a r.cw Charter for the 
Eaft-India Company. 

4600 Edift ofNants, containing an Account of all the Perfecutions that 

have been in France from its firft Publication to this prefent Time, 
2 vol. ' • • 1694 

4601 England's Great Intereft by encouraging the Setting up the Royal 

Fifliery within the Britifh Seas, large Paper 1 695 

4602 Extraft of the Procefs of Treaibn againft James Stirling of Keir 

and others " ■ ■ • >709 

4603 Expedient for Peace, perfuading an Agreement amongit Chrillian» 

i688 

4604 Enquiry into the Nature and Obligation of Legal Rights with 

refpeft to the Pleas of the late K. James's remaining Right to 
the Crown — — — - 1693 

4605 Exorbitant Grants of King William III. examined and qucftion'd 

'705 

4606 England's Conftitutions and Mifmanagcments difcovered, in a Dia- 

logue between Trueman and Legion. 

4607 Enemies expofed, and its true Friends and Patriots de- 
fended — ■ ' ' 1 701 

4608 • Appeal from the private Caball at White-Hall to the 

Great Council of the Nation • • 1675 

4609 Englilh and Welfh Mines and Minerals difcover'd in fome Propo- 

fals to the Houfe of Commons • • . 1699 

4610 Effay on the Certainty and Caufes of the Earth's Motion on its 

Axis ■ — - ■ ■ ■ • 1698 

461 1 Enquiry into the Caufes of the prefent Fears and Dangers of the 

Government, being a Difcourfe between a Lord Lieutenant and 
one of his Deputies ■ ■ ■ 1692 

4612 Eflay for Regulating of the Coyn ■■ ■ 1696 

461 3 Enquiry into the Caufes of the prefent Difafters in England — 1690 

4614 Experiment, or the (horteft Way with the Diflenters, exemplified 

in the Cafe of Mr. Gill, a Diflenting Minifter in the Ifle of Ely 

1705 

4615 Exercifes performed at the Grammar-School of Briftol, the 7th of 

April — — 1737 

4616 Evances Funeral Rites in Honour to R. Earl of Eflex, au/V/fow/ Da/f . 

4617 England's Intereft by Trade aflerted 1 671 

4618 Eaft-India Trade a moft profitable Trade to the Kingdom 1677 

4619 Enquiry into the Grounds and Occafionsofalate Pamphlet, intituled 

a Memorial of the deplorable State of New-England 1707 

4620 Eflay upon the prefent Intereft of England > 1701 

462 J at removing national Prejudices againft a Union with Scot- 
land r. i — ■ ■■■• 1 706 

4622 EfTex, Earl of, hisGhoft fent from Elizium, to the Nobiliry, Gen- 

try and Communalty of England print eti in Faradije 1624 

4623 Eluyon the Navy, in 2 Parts — 1702 

4624 Emmercon's Marriage, with Bridget Hyde, confidered — 1682 

4625 Enquiry into the Grounds of a Pamphlet, intituled the Myftery of 

new-fafhioned Goldfmiths or Bankers 1676 

4626 Fngl snd's Intereft, or the Great Benefit to Trade by Banks and 

Offices of Credit in London ■ • '682 

1627 Effay 



i82 ENGLISH. QuARTp. 

4627 Effay concerning the Neceflity of equal Taxes T703 

4628 England's Safety, or a Bridle to the French King, by Capt. Geo. 

St. Lo —— •—— ^— 1 693 

4629 England's Glory, by the Benefit of the Wool manufaflur'd there- 

in, from the Farmer to the Merchant, ijuithcut Date 

4630 Englifh Villanie leven fe\'eral Times preft to Death by the Printers, 

but flill revivir.g again, are now the eighth Time, as a: the firft, 
difcover'd by Lanthornand Cardle-lighc, Black Letter 1638 

4631 England's Intcreft, or aDifcipiine for, Seamen, by Capt. St. Lo 

1694 

4632 Eleftors Right afferted, with the Advices and Charges of feveral 

Counties, Cities, and Boroughs in England to their refpedive 
Members of Parliament ■ ■ 1701 

4633 England's Reformation needing to be reform'd, by Way of Letter 

to Dr. Heylin ■ 1661 

4634 EfFe£ls of Animofities among Protpftants in England detefted 1688 

4635 Emperor's Letter to his own ? ibjectsand thole of the Empire in 

4636 Englilh Advice to Englifti Freeholders, 

4637 Erafmus's Praife of Follie, englidied by Sir Thomas Chaloner, 

Knt. Black Letter, — — printed by Berthelet i 549 

r Devout Treatife upon the Pater-nofler, tourned into Englidie by 
\ a yong verruous and well lerned Gentylwoman of 16 Yere of 

4638 \ Age, Black Letter y printed, hy T. Berthelet, ivithout Date. 

} Rote or Myrroure of Confolacyon and Comforte, hy IViitkytie ii 
(. Worde • • 1 5 1 1 

4639 Execution of Juftice in England for Maintenance of publique and 

and Chriftian Peace ■ - 1583 

4640 England's prefent Intereft difcovered with Honour to the Prince and 

Safety to the People, by W. Penn, bound in blue turkey^ and gilt 
on the Lea'ves ■ ■ ■ — ..^___- 167 J 

4641 ExornatoriumCuratorium,/r;«/^</<5>' Wynkyn de Worde, luithoutDate, 
464Z Erafmus's Sermon on the Mercy of God, tranflated into Engliihe 

at the Requeft of Margaret Countefle of Salyfbury, Black Letter^ 
printed by T. Berthelet, ix-ithout Date, 

4643 Extradt out of the Commons Journal of the principal Proceedings 

of that Houfe, in order to the Prefervation of the King and 
Kingdom from the Growth of Popery — — • 1678 

4644 England's psfling Bell ■ ■ . - - »^79 

4645 Everett's Pathway to Peace and Profit ■ 1694. 

46.^6 Erafius Junior, 2 Parts, or a fatal Blow to the Clergy's Pretenfions 

to divine Right - ■ 1660 

4647 Entertainementof the King and Queen at Richrood after their De- 

parture from Oxford, in a Mafque prefented by Prince Ciiarles 

1636 

4648 EIT.iy upon the Union, fhewing that the Subjects of both Nations 

have been by the Union of the two Crowns entitled to all the 
Privileges which the enfuing Treaty cin give them — — 1706 

4649 E-nertsinment of the H'gh and Mighty Monarch Charles, King of 

Great Britain, into his Antient and Royal City of Edinburgn 

1633 

4650 EngUil) Prelate prailiijiTg tbc Rules and Methods of the Jefuits 

1661 
4651 Eh- 



J 



4^5« 
4651 

4653 
4654 

4656 

4^57 
465S 

4659 
4660 

4661 

4662 



4663 
4664 

4665 
4666 
4667 

4663 



E N G L I S Hy Quarto. .1S3 

Enquiry w.hether St. Peter was ever at Rome and Bi(hop of that 

Church 1687 

Effiy, further, for the Amendment of the Go!d and SUver Coins 

1695 



Elizabeth, Queen, a Poem, B/aci Letter 



;85 



4669 
4670 
4671 
4672 

4673 
4674 

46rs 

4676 

4677 

t678 



Effay upon the fnfcription of Macduff's Crofs in Fife, by J. C. 1678 

laminations, Arraignments, and Conviflion of G. Sprot, Nota- 
ry in Ayermonth — — ■ • 1609 

Englyfihe Martiloge, after the Ufe of the Church of Sahfbury, and 

is redde in Syon, with Addicyons, Black Letter, printed by Wyn- 
kyn de Worde 1 5 26 

EngHfh Secretorie, wherein is contayned a perfedl Method for the 
inditing of all Manner of Epiftles and familiar Letters i 586 

Edift of the French King, prohibiting the Exercife of the Reform'd 
Religion in his Kingdom «■ ' • 1686 

Enquiry concerning the Eleilion of the Sheriffs of London 1682 

Englifh-Romayne Lyfe, difcovering the Lives of Engliflimen at 
Roome, the Orders of the Engliih Seminarie, Black Letter 1582 

England's Helicon, a CollcJlion of Peems by the mojl eminent Hands 

4600 

Ecdefiaftical Difcipline out off the Word off God, and off the 
Dedininge off the Church off England from the fame. Black Let- 
ter 1574 

Excommunication excommunicated ■ ■ 1680 

Expofition of the Doarine of the Catholick Church in Matters of 
ControverCe, by the Bifhop of Meaux —— 1685 

Englifh Schoolmalter, Black Letter ' 1684 

England's Wants, or feveral Propofals beneficial to England 1668 

Experiments and ufeful Obfervations concerning Sea Water made 
frefh ' 16S4 

Entertainment given to King James, Queen Anne his Wife, and 
Prince Henry, upon the Day of his Majefty's Triumphant Paf- 
fage through his Honourable City of London — — 1603 

Ellowis's, Sir Jervaife, Speech at his Execution on Tower Hill, 
Nov. 20 — - ■ — — ' ' ■ 1615 

Edid, or Statute, fee foorth by the French King concerning the 
Prohibition and Punifliment of (ingle and private Combats 1 609 

Effjy upon the Original and Defigne of Magiftracie, or a raodeft 
Vindication of the late Proceedings in England 1689 

England's Mourning Garment, worne here by plain Shepheardes 
in Memorieof their facred Miftrelfe Elizabeth, Queen of Vcrtuc 
while file lived, nviuhout Date 

Examination of the Accidence by V/ay of Queftion and Anfwer, 
^laci Letter ■ 1 606 

Eftate of Engiifli Pugitives under the King of Spain e and his Mi- 



nifters 



1 595 



Entertainment of Chriftiern the fourth King of Denftiarke at Thc- 
obals, with the Royal Paffage through the City of London, July 
31 . ... ■ .. . I . 1606 

Emblem of our King, and oT the Scots and Englifh Parliaments, 
a Poem ■ ' — ■ 1 700 

Epicunis's Morals - . -— — — 155^ 

England's great Happinefs, or a Dialogue between Content and 

Complaint — — . ■ — — — ■ 1677 

4679 Epi- 



X 



1^4 ENGLISH, Quarto. 

4679 Epiftles of Col. Henry Martin, found in his Mifs's Cnbinet 1685 

4680 Effay uponMafterW. Potter's Defign concerning a Bank of Lands, 

4681 Ellayes of a Prentife in the divine Art of Poefie, ruled 'with red 

Lines • ■ • " ■' 1584 

4682 Elegiacal Poeme of the interchangeable Courfes and Varietie of 

Things in this World ■ - \6oo 

4683 Extraft by Mr. Buftiel of his Abrigment of Lord Bacon's Philo- 

fophical Theory in Mineral Profecutions . - 1660 

46S4 Elegie on the raoft lamented Death of Prince Henry 1613 

4685 Eclog treating of Crowns and of Garlands, and to whom of Right 

they appertain - - * 1605 

4686 Expofj'cyon of Miferere mei Deus, tranflated by me Paule Buihe» 
. Preeftand Bonchome of Edyndon, the Yeareof our Lord 1525, 

Black Letter y printed by Wynkyn de Worde, 

4687 Form of Dedication and Conlecration of a Church and Chappel, 

Large Paper, rulediuith redLtneSy ivitha M^ Collection of Forms 
ofconfecrating Churches, taken from a MS of Mr. H. Wharton 1 703 

4688 Flower Garden Difplay'd, in above 400 Reprefentations of the 

moft beautiful Flowers, curioufly engraved on Copper Plates, and 
colour" d to the Life, large Paper ■ ■ 1732 

4689 Freedom of Commerce of the Subjcfts of the Auftrian Netherlands 

affcrted and vindicated 

4690 Funeral Sermon on Sir Thomas Abney, Knt. and Alderman of 

London,, with an Elegiac Poem by Dr. Watts, Royal Paper 1722 

4691 Frefnoy'o Art of Painting, ttanflated by Mr. Dryden, large Paper, 

neatly hound and gilt on the Leaves ■ ~ '■■' " - '695 

4692 Fruit Walls improv'd by inclining to the Horizon, by Mr. Facio 

Dilulier - < — - 1699 

4693 Farmer reftor'd, or the Landed In tereft preferv'd — — 1739 

4694 Free Thoughts on occafional Conformity for an Office — 1705 

4695 Fears and Dangers fairly difplay'd, being a new Memorial of the 

Church of England, large Paper • — — 1706 

4696 Fourteen Papers relating to Church and State ■ ■ ■ 1689 

4697 Funeral of Prelacy _ 1704 

4698 Fortunatus's Looking Glafs, or an Effay on Lotteries, in a Dia- 

logue between Jack and Harry ' 1 699 

4699 Field of Blood, or Rebellion blazoned in all its Colours 1 68 1 

4700 Friendly Return to a Letter concerning Sir Geo. Mackenzie's and 

Sir J. Nifbett's Obfervations and Refponce on the Matter of the 
Union 1706 

4701 Freeholder's Plea againft Stockjobbing Elefticns of Parliament 

Men — 1701 

4702 Forfeitures of London's Charter, or an impartial Account of the 

City Charter T »682 

4703 Free but modeft Cenfure on fome late Debates, 

4704 Falls of unfortunate Princes, being a true Chronicle Hiftory of tha 

untimely Death of fuch unfortunate Princes and Men of Note as 
hrippened fmce the firll Entrance of Brute into this Ifland, until 
this our latter Age, by J. Higgins — — 1623 

4705 Favourites Chronicle » ' ■ ■ ■ ■ i6zi 

4706 Fadion difplay'd, a Poem • 1704 

4707 Funeral Ceremonies peform'd in the Church of Noftre-Dame at 

Paris, to honour the Memory of the Vifcount Turcnne 1675 

4708 Fefti- 



E N G L f S H. Quarto. 1^5 

4708 Feftyval, being a Colleflion of Sermons or Homilies extrafted out 

of the Lcgenda Aurca, for theUfeof unlernedClerlies, to teech 
their Parylhens of all the principal Fecftes that come in the Yere, 
Black Letter, printed by ff^ynkyn de Worde ■ ■ — 1508 

4709 French Conqueil neither definable nor prafticable • ^693 

4710 Flagellum Dei, or a Colleflion of the feveral Fires, Plagaes, and 

peftilential Difeafes that have happened in London from the Nor- 
man Conqueft to this prefent Time • -■■ 166S 

4711 Fcnton's Tragical Difcourfes, Black Letter • 1567 

4712 Fyflicr's, Bifhop of Rochefter, Treatife concerning the Fruytful 

Sayngs of David the Kynge in VII penetencyall Pfalraes, divided 
iii VII Sermons. Black Letter, printed by Wynkyn de VVorde 1529 

4713 Fair Warning to take Heed of the Scotch Dilcipline 1649 

4714 Fund for fupplying and prefer ving our Coin, or an Effay on the 

Projcft of new Coining our Silver, 

4715 Faithful Advice from England by an honeft Scotchman 1706 

4716 Fame's Roule, or the Names of our dread Soveraigne Lord King 

Charles, his Queen, and his Poflerity, together with Names of 
the Nobility of the three Kingdoms, anagramatiz'd and expref- 
fed by-acroltick Lines on the Names, by Mrs.Mary Fage 1637 

4717 Fruyte of Redempcyon, Black Letter, printed by Wynkin de Worde 

1417 

4718 Sir Francis Drake Reviv'd, being a Relation of foure feveral 

Voyages made by Sir Francis Drake to the Weft Indies 1653 

4719 Fatal Vefper, or a true and punftual Relation of that lamentable 

and fearful Accident which happened the 26th of Oftober in 
Black Friers • ' 1623 

4720 French King's Appeal from the Proceedings of the Pope to a gene- 

ral Council __ 168S 

4721 Fylher's, Bp. of Rochefter, Sermon had at Paulis by Command- 

ment of the moft Reverend Father in God my Lorde Legate a- 
gainft the Herefie of Martyn Luther, Black Letter, printed by T. 
Berthelette, ivithout Date, 

4722 " ' Sermon compyled and fayd in the Cathedral Chyrche of 

Saynt Poule, at the Funeral of the mooft famonfe Prynce Kynge 
Henry the Vllth, and emprynted at the Requeft of the Counte^e 
of Richn»ende and Derby, Black Letter, bound in blue Turkey, 
printed by Wynkyn de Worde • ■■ ■ -— — i ^09 

4723 Free State of no Land ■■ " — ■ 1701 

4724 Friendly Dialogue between a Liveryman and Freeman of the City 

of London concerning the late Eleftions for the City 1 695 

4725 Frampton's Defcription of the Weft Indies, Black Letter 1580 

4726 Free School of Ware • ■ ■■- < 1625 

4727 French's Art of Diftillation — — 1657 

4728 Featley's Roman Fiflier caught in his own Net — ^ — - 1624 

4729 Fountain of antient Fiftion • ' 1599 

^730 Forms of Common Prayer appointed to be ufed in all Churches 

and during the Plague — — — . 1 1665 

4731 Funeral of the Marqueffe of Montrofs ■■■ i 1661 

4732 Fabulous Foundation of the Popedome — — -— — 1619 

4733 Fage's Sick Man's Glaffe 1638 

4734 Famous Fight at Sea, where four Englifh and four Dutch Shjps 

fought in theGulph of Perfia near Oimus, againft eight Portugal 
Gailiofl* Aod tlvjs Frigates, 

A a 4735 Fcnton 



i86 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

473; FentoB on Ufury • ■■ — — — — ■ « 1612 

4-'36 Faldo's Reformation of Proceedings at Law ■ ■ 164Q 

4737 Fig for Fortune, by Anthony Copely — — — — 1596 
473S Funerals of tiie High and Mighty Prince, Henry Prince of Wales 

1613 
4739 Freih Bit of Mutton for thofeflefhly minded Cannibals that cannot 
endure Pottage, or a Defence of Giles Calfmes Meffe of Pottage 
well feafon'd and crumm'd 
4T4C Formeand Manner of making and confecratying of Archebiftioppes, 
Bifhoppes, Prielics, and Deacons, £/ack Letter, printed by Graf- 
ton — ■ ■• ■■ ■ '549 

This Book is very fcarce, Mr. Collier had not feen it when he 
ventured to cenfure the Bilhop of Sarum, and thereby fell under 
his Lordfhip's Corre(5tion. 
474 f Fauhes, Faults, and nothing but Faults ■■■ - - 1606 

4742 Father Hubbard's Tales, or the Ant and the Nightingale 1604 

4743 Frances CountelTe of Pembroke's Vvychurch, containing the af- 

fetlionate and unfortunate Death of Phillis and Amyntas i 591 

4744 F'g ^O"" Momus, containing pleafant Varietie, included in Satires, 

Eclogues, and Epililes — • '595 

4745 Foundation of the Univerfity of Oxford, with a Catalogue of the 

principal Founders and fpecial Benefactors of all the Colledges 

1651 

4746 Fly ting betwixt Mongomery and Polwart Edinb. printed by Andro 

Hart 1621 

4747 Of Fvfliynge with an Angle, Black Letter, printed by W, Copeland 

ivithout Date 

4748 Feall full of fad Cheere, ^ 

Where Griefes are all on Heape, ( . u t« ou i. j 
Where Sollace is full Deere. >«'^°^« ^^ ^" Churchyarde. 

And Sorrows are good cheape. ,3 

4749 Falihood in Friendlhip, or Union's Vizard, or Wolues in Lamb- 

flcins • . ■ ' 1605 

4750 Gay's Mifcellaneous Work?, ivithCuts, large Paper ■ 1720 

4751 Glover's Leonidas, large Paper ■ » '737 

47i;2 Gracian's Hero, with Remarks moral, political, and hiftorical 1726 
47:;3 GifFard's Caies in Midwifry, large Paper '734 

4754 Gay's Wife of Bath, Beggars Opera, and Polly, ixiith the Mujick. 

iarge Paper ■ — • • ' 7 30 

4755 Groans of the Plantations, or a true Account of their SuiFerings by 

the heavy rmpofitions upon Sugar — 1689 

4756 Good old Caui'e, or Lying in Truth, being a fecond Defence of 

the Bifnop of tiarum, from a fecond Speech ■ 17 10 

4757 Griffyth's Villare Hibernicum, being an exa£l Account of all the 

Places which have been reduced by his Majeily's Arms in Ireland 

1690 

4758 Gorden's Theatre of the Scotif>i Kings ■ ■ Edinb. 1709 

4759 Gerbier's Interpreter of the Academic for forraign Languages, all 

noble Sciences and Excrciies, French and Engiip 1648 

. 4760 Gaiiden's Defence of the Minillrv and Miniltcrs of the Church of 

England • — 1 65 3 

4761 Gmdcr'i Glory of her facred Majefty Queen Anne in the Royal 

Navy, and her abfoUue Sovereignty as Emprefs of the Sea affert- 

ed, bbund m him 'lurhy gilt, and gilt an iht Ltanjes 17^3 

4762 Celt» 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 187 

4762 Gefta Grayorum, or the Hiftory of the high and mighty Prince 

Henry, Prince of Purpooole, Archduke of btapulia and Bernardia, 
Duke of High and Nether Holborn, Marquis of St. Giles's, &c. 
Knight of the moft hcroical Order of the Helmet, who reigned 
and died A. D. 1594 ■ 168S 

4763 Great Baftard Proteftor of the little one, done out of the French, 

and for 'which a Kenxjard of 5000 Lenvidores to dijcover the Au' 
thor nuas ■publijhed — — — i ■ 1689 

4764 Giving Alms no Charity, and employing the Poor a Grievance to 

the Nation • ■ — _ 1704 

4765 Goodall's Royal College of Phyficians of London founded and 

eftablifhed by Law 1684 

4766 Gunter's Mathematical Works, left Edition 1673 

4767 Growth of Deifm in England — ■ ■■ . 1696 

4768 Good Manners, tranflated from the French oj Jaquet le Graunt, 

black Letter, emprented by R. Pynfon, ^without Date. 
^y6g The fiine, black Letter, emprynted by IVynkyn deWorde 1 5^7 

4770 Grand Pyrate, or the Life and Death of Capt. Geo. Cryfack the 

great Sea Robber — ' • ■ •■' • ■ ■■■ 1670 

4771 Geometry of Landfkips and Paintings made familiar and eafie iGgz 

4772 Good News to ChriUendome, fent to a Venetian in Ligorne from 

a Merchant in Alexandria » 1620 

4773 Good Things to come ■ • 1675 

4774 Great Britain's juft Complaint for her late Meafures 1 692 

4775 Gryndall's, Bifhop, profitable and neceffarye Doftrine, with cer- 

tayne Homilies adjoyned thereunto, Black Letter, printed by John 
Caivcod, ivithout Date. 

4776 Grobianus Schoole of Slovenrie, or Cato turn'd wrong Side out- 

ward -— — ■ ■■ ■-• ■ 1605 

4777 Gales Court of the Gentiles, 3 vol. - ' ■ • •- 1669 

4778 Great Britain's Groans, or an Accouut of the Oppreffion of the 

loyal Seamen of England • 1695 

4779 Galen's Bookes of Elementes, by Jones, Phifuion, Black Letter 

1574 
47 So Googe's Hufbandry, J?/flf if Z,^//^r 1578 

4781 Glanyil's Confiderations touching the Being of Witches and Witch- 

craft • 1667 

4782 Gofpels of the fower Evangeliils, tranftated in the Saxon Tongue. 

i57t. 

4783 Goddard's unhappy Condition of the Pfadlice of Ph; fick in London 

1670 

4784 Gallaway's Reflexions upon Mr. Johnfon's Notes on the palloral 

Letter > ■ — • - '694 

4785 Gallienus Redivivus, or Murther will out, being a true Account of 

the De-witting of Glencoe, Gaffney, &c. ■ — 1695 

4786 Gafcoigne's Poefies, Bla.k Letter 1 575 

4787 Gardii.er's Pocket Guide to Engliih Travellers, being a compleaf 
Survey of all the principal Roads in England and Wales, in too 
Copperplates • ■ I7«9 

4788 Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government in England, 2 Parts 

1677 

47 ''g Gueuara's Familiar Epiftles, iJ/^f^if/r^r ij-84 

4790 Graunt's Obfervations on the Bills of Mortality ~- 1662 

A a a 4791 Gcr- 



iS8 ENGLISH,- Quarto; 

4791 Gerfon's, Johan, ryght proufFy table Treatyfe compendyoufly 

drawen out of many and dyverle Wrytynges of holy Men, black 
Letter, printed by IVynkyn de Worde, nuithout Date. 

4792 Grey's compleat Horleman and expert Farrier — — . 1651 

4793 Gardiner's Difcourfe concerning the Circulation of the Blood 1702 

4794 Gueuara's Chronicle, conieyning the Lives of 10 Emperours of 

Rome, black Letter — — • . ■ 1577 

4795 Graffi's true Art of Defence, plainlie teaching, by infallible JDe- 

monftrations, apt Figures and perfeft Rules how a Man may 
handle all Sorts of Weapons . 1594 

4796 Ground-Worke of Conny-catching, the Manner of their Pedlcrs- 

French, and the Meanes to underftand the fame, with the cunning 
Slights of the counterfeit Crank, black Letter . 1591 

4797 Grievances of the Brewers in and about Edinburgh, in a Letter to 

a Member of Parliamdit 

4798 Gadbury on Comets ■ — — . ■ 1665 

4799 Golgotha, or a Looking-Glafs for London. ■ ■ ■ 1 ■■ 1665 

4800 Gadbury 's London's Deliverance predidled ■ 1666 

4801 Grand Concern of England explauicd ■ 1673 

4802 Geographical and anthological Defcription of all the Empires and 

Kingdoms both of the Continent and Iflands in this terreftrial 
Globe ■' ■■■ " • 1634 

4803 Gentle Craft, fhewing what famous Men have been Shoemakers 

in this Land, black Letter -' ■ - ■ ■ • 1635 

4804 Great Tincklarian Doftor Mitchel's fearful Book, to the Condem- 

nation of all Swearers, dedicated to the Devil's Captaint'~-—\'j 1 2 

4805 God's Warning to his People of England, by Overflowings of 

Waters ■ — — — ,^ — — . 1607 

4806 Gardener's Labyrinth, black Letter, luith Cuts — — 1586 
4.807 Gairard's Countrie Gentleman Moderator. Colleftions of Inter- 
marriages between the Royal Lines of England and Spaine 1624 

4808 Grantham's Hear the Church — — — — — 1688 

4809 Game at Chefle, as it has bine fundry Times afted at the Globe on 

the Bank Side 

4810 Golden Trade ; or a Difcovery of the River Garobra and the Gol- 

den Trade of the ^Ethiopians, hy Rich. Job/on ■■ ■ 162} 

4811 Geographical Defcription of the Kingdom of Ireland 1642 

4812 Gayton's Art of Longevity or Diajtetical Inftitution 1659 

4813 Ground- Work, or Foundation laid for the Framing of a new per- 

feft Language ■ ■ ■ •■ 1652 

4814 Gul's Horne-Booke, or Faftiions to pleafe all Sorts of Gulls, black 

Letter •■ l6of 

4S15 Garden of Unthriftinefl'e, black Letter, without date. 

4816 Genealogy of the High and Mighty Monarch, James by the Grace 

of God, King of Great Brittayne, gather'dby Geo. Owen Harry 

1 604 
48 r 7 Greene's Never too late, black Letter, without date. 

4818 Gataker's Defence of certaine PafTages in his Treatife on Lots 1623 

4819 Good News from New-England - ■'■ 1624 

4820 GifFard's Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts, black Let' 

ter -. — .■ J 603 

4821 GlafTe of Man's Folly and Meanes to Amendment of Life, black 

Letter . . - 1595 

4822 Greene's Penelope's Web, black Letter ^ ivitheut Date, 

4813 Guidot's 



ENGLISH. Quarto. igg 

4823 Guidot's Letter concerning fome Obfervations lately made at Bathe 

( 6 

4824 Gold's Kingdome and this unhelping Age defcribed in fundry Poems. 

4825 Greene's Euphues his Cenfure to Philantus 1634 

4826 Harley's Harmony of the Pfalms, large Paper, double ruled nvitb 

red Linei^ bound in blue Turkey , gilt on the Leaves "^7^^ 

4827 Homer's Iliad, tranflated by Mr. Pope, 6 vol. large Paper — 1738 
^828 ■ Odyffey, tranflated by Mr. Pope, 5 vol. — — lyij 

4829 Hawkfmore's hiftorical Account of London-Bridge, with Cuts 1736 

4830 Harris's Treatife of Navigation, nvithCutj . . 1730 

4831 Hale's Golden Remaines ■■ ■ ■ 1673 

4832 Halfpenny's Marrow of Architefture, with Cuts < 172S 

4833 Hefiod's Works, tranflated by Cooke, large Paper • 1728 

4834 Henry VIIL Erudition for any Chriften Man, blaci Letter, 

printed by Thomas Bert blet *543 

4835 Hiftory of Siberia, Ruflia and Great Tartary, with Cuts 1736 

4836 - of the Roman Conclave ■ ■ 1691 

4837 Howgrave's ancient and prefent State of Stamford ■ 1726 

4838 Hymn to Viftory ■ • 1704 

4839 Hody's Cafe of Sees vacant by an unjuft Deprivation - • 1693 

4840 Honour's Prefcrvation without Blood ■ — — 1680 

4841 Hickeringill's Ceremony-Monger. 

4842 Hatton's Merchants Magazine ' ■ 1 7 19 

4843 Hiftory of paffive Obedience fince the Reformation -r — 1689 
4844 of the Laft Parliament ■ 1 699 

4845 ——— of the Church of Japan, 2 vol. — — 1705 

4846 ■ of the Powder Treafon, with a Vindication — 1681 

4847 ■. of the Inquifition at Goa ■ • — 1688 

4848 Hooper's Sermons, bound ia blue Turkey, andgilt on the Leaves. 

4849 He we's Survey of the Englifti Tongue 1624 

4850 Haukfljee's Phyfico-Mechanical Experiments, nvithCuts 1709 

485 1 Hiftorical Romance of the Wars, between the Giant Gallieno and 

the Knight Nafonius and his Affociats 1694 

4852 Hudlefton's ftiort and plain Way to the Faith and Cfiurch 1688 

4853 Henry the VIIL on the feven Sacraments againft Luther — 1687 

4854 Hiftorical Collections concerning Church Affairs 1696 

4855 Hay's Vindication of Elizabeth More from the Imputation of be- 

ing a Concubine and her Children from the Tache of Baftardy 

4856 Higden on the Tenth Satyr of Juvenal — — 1687 

4857 Hunt's Defence of the Charter and Municipal Rights of the City 

of London. 

4858 Hardyng's Chronicle from the firfte begynnyng of Englande unto 

the Reigne of Kyng Edward the Fourth, blad Letter, 

printed by Rich. Gra/ton 154J 

4859 Hiftory of the Defertion ; or an Account of all the Publick Affairs 

in England, from Sept. 1688 to the 12th of Feb. following 1689 
4860— of the Succeffion of the Crown of England 1690 

4861 — -. -of the late Revolution ■ 1691 

4862 - of the Captivity and Reftoration of Mrs Mary Rowlandfon 

a Minifter's Wife in New England ■■ -i68z 

-4863 Heftrith on Plunder — — 1703 

4864 Harrifon, Mr. proved the Mi:rtherer, with fome Obfervations on 

his Trial ■ ..■■.■■ - — - m , 1692 

4864 Houghton's 



190 ENGLISH. Quarto; . 

4865 Houghton's Alteration of the Coyn, with a feafible Method to it 

1695 

4866 Hellifh Murder committed by a French Midwife on the Body of 

herHufband 1688 

486*; Hiftory of the Taxes of France - ■ ■ 1694 

4868 Hairy Giants ; or a Defcription of two Iflands in the South-Sea, 

called by the Name of Benganga and Coma •' ■ 1 67 1 

4S69 Hall's downfall of May-Games 1 660 

4870 Houghton's Europe's Glory 1595 

4871 HoUc's, Lord, his Vindication of himfelf and of his Son, Sir 

Francis Holies • ■ ■■ — — 1676 

4872 High Church Legion, or the Memorial examined — 1 705 

4873 Hill, of the Duke ofGuife 1683 

4874 Hiftory of the Church, by one called an High-Church-Man 1706 

4875 Houghton's Book of Funds ■ ■ 1696 

4876 Howard's Defenfative againft the Poyfon of fuppofed Prophefies 

1585 

4877 Heavtn's fpeedie Hue and Cry after Luft and Murther ■ 1635 

4878 Hiftorical Account of feme Things Relating to the Nature of Eng- 

lifh Government ■ ' '690 

4879 Hiftory of the material Occurrences in the Kingdom of Ireland dur- 

ing the two laft Years ■ • ■■ ■ 1691 

4880 ■ of the Jews whilft here in England ■■ ■ 1656 

4881 Hyll's Art of Gardening, ^/<if>f Z.^//fr — — - 1593 

4882 Hiftorical Relation of the late Prefliyterian General AfTembly, held 

at Edinburgh, in the Year 1690 ' — 1691 

4883 Hylton's devoute Boke compylyd to a devoute Man in temperal 

Eftate, how he fhulde rule hym, black Letter, 

printed by R. Pynfon \ 506 

4884 ' ' " ■■ Scala Perfedlionis, or Ladder of Perfeftion, black Letter ^ 

printed by Julian Hotary 1 507 

4885 Hiftory of the Kentifli Petition 1701 

4886 Hay any Worke for Cooper, penned and compiled by Martin the 

Meiropolitau 

4887 Hart's Anatomy of Urines — — — — - 1652 

4888 Hiftory of Standing Armies in England ■ — • 1698 

4889 Heydon's, Sir Chnftoph. Defence of Judicial Aftrologie ^1603 

4890 Hanging not Puniftiment enough for Murtherers, Highwaymen 

and Houfe-breakers . 1701 

4891 Honora ; containinge a moft pleafant Hiftory, decyding a Contro- 

verfie twixt Englifti Modeftie and Spanifti Pride i 597 

4892 Hiftorical Account of the Behaviour of the Jefuites and their 

Faction for the firft 2 5 Years of Q^ Elizabeth's Reign 1 689 

4893 Horfemanfhip of England, a Poem . -~— 1682 

4894 Hiftory of the late Revoluiion «■ ■ '■ • 1691 

4895 Harrifon's Laft Words of a Dying Penitent — — 1692 

4896 Hiftory of the Northern Aftairs of Ireland from King James's Ac- 

ceflion to the Crown to the Siege of Londonderry 1690 

4897 ' of the Plot anatomifed ■■ " ■i ■■ ■ ._— 1689 

4898 HolUngworth's Defence of King Charles L - ' 1692 

4S99 Heywood's Spicier and the Flie, ijuith Cuts, black Letter 1556 

4900 Heads of Agreement aft'eiued to by the Minifters in and about Lon- 
don, fo/mtrly called Presbyterian and Congregational 1691 

4901 Hiftory 



ENGLISH, Quarto. 191 

4901 Hiftory of the Gunpowder Treafon, collefted from approved Au- 

thors, as well Popi(h as Proteftant • 1678 

4902 Harrabo TefTaradelphus, or the fourc Brothers ; the Qualicies are 

contayned in this Riddle : 

Foure Bretheren were bred at once 

Without Flefh, Bloud, or Bones. 

One with a Beard, but two had none 

The fourth had but halfe One ■ ■■■ ■ »—1616 

4903 Hickeringill's Survey of the Earth in its general Vilenefs and de- 

bauch, with fome new Projefts to mend, or cobble it. 

4904 Haven of Health, ^/af (4 Z,?//^r.» -— . -^—11; 89 

4905 Hiftory of Huon of Bourdeaux, one of the Peers of France, hlack 

Letter ■ - 1601 

4906 Hickeringill's Parliament Tacks inquired into, 

C Hiftory of Cales Paffion, or the Mif-taking of Cales 1659 

49°/ '^ Eagle Truffer's Elegie ' •■ ■ - — — 1 660 

4908 Hale's Judgment of the Nature of Religion ■ 1684 

4909 HolMPeli's Cataftrophe Mundi ■ — — 1683 

4910 Hickeringill's Effays. 

491 1 Hiftory of the Inquifition, compos'd by the Reverend Father Paul 

Servita ■ ■ ' ' ^^39 

4912 Hickeringill's Teft and Trial of Spiritual Courts. 

4913 Hiftory of Conformity — - - — 1689 

4914 Hiftorical and Law Treatife againft the Jews and Judaifm. 

4915 Hickeringill's Prieftcraft and its Confequences. 

4916 Holies, Lord, Relation of the unjuft Accufation of certain French 

Gentlemen ■ ■ ■■ - — — 1671 

4917 Holmes's Ufury is Injury — — ■ 1640 

4918 Harcourt's Voyage to Guiana ■ ■ 1613 

4919 Hiftory of the United Provinces of Achaia ■ 1673 

4920 Hubbard's Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians in New- Eng- 

land • ■ ' ■ 1677 

4921 Hiftory of New-England from the Englifh Planting in the Yeere 

1628 untill the -Yeere 1652 — • — 1652 

4922 Happy Union of England with Holland ■■■ • ■ — — — .1689 

4923 Hiftory of the Lives of the Popes of Rome — 1679 

4924 Heylin's Hiftory of St. George of Cappadocia ■ 1621 

4925 Hunt's humble Appeale to the Kings moft excellent Msjefty in de- 

fence of the Roman Cathoiique Faith i6zo 

4926 Huggarde's Treatife in Meter upon the 129 Pfalme of David, call- 

ed de profundis, black Letter '55^ 

4927 Hofpitall of incurable Fooles 1600 

4928 Hayward's Anfwer to Dolman on Succeffion 1603 

4929 Hooper's Godly Confeffion and Proteftationof the Chriftian Fayth, 

hlack Letter, printed by John Daye, tvithout Date. 

4930 Horace's Satyrs, englifhed by T. Drant, black Letter — — iq66 

4931 Hundred feveral Flowers fpringing one from another, ivit.bout 

Date. 

4932 Hartlib's Legacy, or an Enlargement of the Dikourfe on Hiif- 

bandry ■ . 165 1 

4933 Hayward's Life and Reign of K. Edward the Vlth — — 1630 

4934 Holland'» Monmnen:> and Infcrjptior.s in St, Paul's Cathedral 

1633 
4935 Holland's 



192 ENGLISH, Quarto.' - 

4935 Holland's Leaguer, or the Life and Anions of Donni l^itanmca 

Hollandia, the Arch-miftrefs of the wicked Women of Eutopia 

163:2 

4936 Hie Mult'er, or the Man- Woman ■ .. ..i. — — 162C5 

4937 Have with you toSaifron Walden, or Gabriel's Hunt is up 1596 

4938 Hackluyt's Defcription of Virginia and Florida • ■ '■ — 1609 

4939 Hedgerow of Bu{hes, Brambles, and Briars, or a Field full of Tares, 

Thiftles, arid Tine ■ . ' '-■ . ■■ ■ 1 598 

4940 Hiftorie of Titana and Thefeus . ■■ . ... -. 1636 
494.1 Haward's Charges iffuing forth of the Crown Revenue of England 

and Dominion of Wales ■■ - .. .-. 1660 

4942 Horfe Flefli for the Obfervator, being a Comment upon Gufman 

Chap. 4. V. 5. held forth at Sam's Coffee-Houfe, 

4943 Hymnes of Aftrsea in acroftick Verfe — ■ ■ ■■■ '599 

4944 Huggard's Affault of the Sacrament of the Altar, Black Letter 1554 

4945 Heiwood's Workes newlie imprinted. Black Letter — 1598 
4946,HiUorie of theperfeft-curfed-bleffed Man ■ 16*9 

4947 Hayward's Life and Raigne of King Henrie VIII * 1599 

4948 Junius, or the Painting of the Antients, large Taper ^ bound in 

blue Turkey, and gilt on the Leaves • • ■ 1638 

4949 James's Theory and Pradlice of Gardening, njuttb a great Number 

ber of Cuts > — ■ ■ ■ 1728 

4950 Ides, Ysbrant's three Years travels from Mofcow, over Land to 

China, ijoith Cuts •— — ■ ■ ■ — — — 1706 

4951 Index Materias Medicx, or a Catalogue of fimple Medicines that 

are fit to be ufed in the Praftice of Phylick and Surgery — 1724 

4952 Intereft of the united Provinces, being a Defence of the Zealand- 

ers Choice ■ • ' ■■ ■ ■■ — — — 1673 

4953 Inne's Critical Eflay on the antient Inhabitants of the Northern 

Ports of Britain or Scotland, 2 vol. ■ — — 1729 

4954 James's Survey and Demand for Dilapidations in the Archiepifcopal 

See of Canterbury juftiiied • - - '- " ■- — ■ ■ ■ 1 J7'7 

4955 Important Queftions of S^te, Law, Juftice, and Prudence, both 

Civil and Religious, upon the late Revolutions and prefent State 
of thefe Nations ■ • . ■■ ■ ■ » 1689 

4956 Jones's, David, Sermons — — -— _ ■ » 1692 

4957 Journal of the Seige and Taking of Buda . 1687 

4958 Jus Regium, or the King's Right to grant Forfeitures and other 

Revenues of the Crown, fully fet forth — — — 1701 

4959 Journal of feveral remarkable Paffages before the Houfe of Com- 

mons and the Privy Council, relating to the Eaft India Trade 1690 

4960 Journal of the Lords Commiffioners of both Nations in the Treaty 

of Union -: — ■>.■■■- ■ " • 1706 

4961 James's, the late King, Manifefto anfwer'd Paragraph by Para- 

graph ■ -_>___ ■'.. 1 - ... .- ■ • ■ 1697 

4962 Johnfon's Notes upon the Phanix Edition of the Paftoral Letter 

1694 

4963 Innocent cleared and the guilty mademanifeft, by Sam. Cater 1 676 

4964 Intrigues of the French King at Conftantinople to embroil Chri- 

ftepdom - ' ■ ..• I. — -— 1689 

4965 Jefuits Intrigues, with the private Inftrudions of that Society to 

their Emiflaries - ■ '■'■ '. ■ ■ •■ < 1669 

4966 Jefuits unmaflc'd, or politick Obfervations upon the ambitious Pre- 

tenfions and iubtlc Intrigues of that cunning Society -- • 1679 

4967 John- 



ENGL fS H: Quarto. 19.^ 

4967 Johnfon on Parliaments at a Certainty, or the Kalends of May 

-^ 1693 

4968 Juftification of the whole Proceedings of their Majefties K.William 

and Q.Mary . . 1689 

4969 Jackfon's Recantation, or the Life and Death of the notorious 

Highwayman now hanging in Chains at Hampftead '674 

4970 Johnfon's Argument proving that the Abrogation of King James, 

and the Promotion of the Prince of Orange to the Throne, was 
according to the Englifh Conftitution «692 

4971 Juvenal's Tenth Satyr, in Englifli and Latin ■ ■ 1687 

4972 Intereft of England confidered in refpeft to Proteftant Diffenters 

1703 

4973 — . in Relation to the Woollen Manufaflure ■ ■ - 1 70 1 

4974 Iter Lufitanicum, or the Portugal Voyage of Q. Katherine to Eng- 

land 1662 

4975 Jorden on Natural Bathes and Mineral Waters ■ 1631 

4976 Jefuits Manner of Confecrating both the Perfons and Weapons im- 

ploy'd for the murdering of Kings - - 1678 

4977 Judgement of the Comet, Anno 1680 ■ 1682 

4978 Intereft of England with Relation to the Trade of Ireland confidered 

1698 

4979 Jefuits Catechifm • ■ 1679 

4980 Iftleworth-Syon's Peace, or Articles of Agreement made between 

the Earl of Northumberland and his Copyhold Tenants — 1657 

4981 Ireland's Lamentation j being an Account of the Conftitution and 

Produd of Ireland 1689 

4982 Jefuites Reafons unreafonable • ■ 1688 

4983 Important Query for Proteftants, viz. Can a Popilh Ruler propagate 

the Reformed Religion ■■ ■ • ■ i685 

4984 Jefuites GKoftly Wayes 1679 

4985 Juftice the beft Support to Government ■ ^697 

4986 Injunftions geven by Kynge Edward the Syxte to the Clergie and 

Laietie, i>Iack Letter, - imprinted by R. Gratfon 1547 

4987 James's, late King, fecond Manifefto, ani'wered Paragraph by Pa- 

ragraph J 697 

49?8 Incurable Scepticifm of the Church of Rome — — 168S 

^989 Juvenalis Redivivus ; or the Firft Satyr of Juvenal taught to fpeak 

plain Englifti 1683 

4990 Jura Populi Anglicani ; or the Subjefls Right of petitioning 1701 

4991 Jacobite Principles vindicated. 

4992 Juftice perverted, and Innocence and Loyalty oppreffed '695 

4993 Journal of the Venetian Campaigne — 1688 

4994 — of rhe famous Siege of Barcelona 1698 

4995 In'sges of the Old Teftament lately exprcfied, fet forthe in Yng- 

lifhe and Frenche, with a plain and brief Expoiition, ivith Cuts, 

printed at Lyons 1549 

4996 James, late King, Letter to his Privy- Coujniellors ■ • 1692 

4997 Indidlmenr and Arraignment of John Price, Ei'q; late Receiver- 

General in Ireland ■ 1689 

4998 Journal of the Proceedings of the Parliament in Ireland 1689 

4999 Imparnal Account of the Nature and Tendency of the late Ad- 

drefles r- 1 68 1 

5000 Ille of Pines, or a Difcovery of the 4th Ifland in Terra Auftralis 

incognita, 2 Parts ■ 1668 

B b 50 1 « luliaa 



194 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

5001 Italian Convert; or the Life of Galeacius Caraccioluj Marq. of 

Vico • 1635 

5002 Judgement of Martin Bucer on Divorce •■ ■ — 1644 

5C03 Inccrefl of England in the Prefervation of Irtiand i6?g 

5004 Jones's B;ithee of Bathee Ayde, black LetUr < 1572 

5C05 Juricus Judgment on the Qaeftion ot Dcieiidlng our Religion by 

Arms 1689 

5006 Injundlions given by Queene Elizabeth, black Letter • ^559 

500' James, King, poeticil Exercifes at vacant Houfes, Edinb. 

cjooS Diredions for Students in Divinity 1629 

5009 Journal of t.ie Brell Expedition by the Marq. of Camarthen 1694 

5010 Jones Benelic of the auncipit Bathes of Bucktlones, black Letter 

1572 

501 1 Joyful Return of Prince Charles from the Court of Spaine — 1623 

5012 Jefuits Downf-.Il, with the Life of Father Parfons •■ - 1612 

5013 information for the Earl of Sutherland againft the Earl of Craw- 

furd ■ - ■ ■ ■ 1706 

5014 Innes of Court Anogrammatift • •— '634 

5015 Lirichment of the Weald of Kent -.— 1625 

5016 James, King, gracious Letter to the Earl of Southampton relating 

to \'^irginia ■ • 1622 

5017 Jews in America, or Probabilities, that thofc Indians are Judaical 

1660 

5018 Jews Charter, or an Account of the Priviledges granted to them in 

England • . 1702 

5019 Irifli Hubbiib, or theEnglifh Hueand Crie • ■ 1617 

50Z0 Journal of ihe Proceedings of the Engiilh Army in the Well- Indies 

'655 

502 I Ireland's Verfes fpoken at the Appearance of the King and Queeiie 

at Chrill Chuich Hull, Oxford, Sept. 29, 1663 • 1663 

5022 Ymage of Love, a Goouly Parcphlcte or Mater compendyoufly, 

extract of holy Sa-ypture, and Dodours of the Chyrche, black 
Litter imprinted by IfjnkjfidePf'ordei^z^ 

5023 Indictment of Hi^h-Treaibn exhibited againlt the Marq. of Argylc 

i06i 

5024 Julius Cjefar's Commentaries, trarflated by A. Gelding, black Letter 

5C25 Judgment of the Reformed Churches upon Devorce 1652 

5026 Jones's natural Beginning ot ali-grovving and living Thinges, black 

Letter • • ■ '574 

5©27 Jefuits Miracle?, or nev/ Popilh Wonders • 1607 

5028 Jeiuites Looking Glafie, with a Catalogue of all their Cul!e<jges 

1629 
50:9 Journal of the Sally Fleet with the Proceedings of the Voyage 

1637 

5030 Keith's, Sir William, Ilillory of the Britilh Plantations in America 

1737 

5031 . Geo. Explications of divers PafT ges contained in his for- 

mer Books • . . 1697 

5032 King's State of the ProccAants of Ireland under K, James's Govern- 

ment . — 1 691 

5033 Kinnrrfley's Letter to the Earf of Sunderland 1719 

5034 Keith's, Geo. '1 'ravels from New HampOiire to Caratuck 1706 

5035 Keith's 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 195 

fbjr Keith's, Geo. Argumeats of the Quakers examined and refuted 

1698 

5036 King William and Queen Mary Conquerors 1693 

5037 King's Power in Ecclefiaftical Matters truly dated ■ i68g 

5038 Keith's, Geo. Narrative of the Proceedings at Coopers-Hall in 

Brirtol • 1700 

i;o39 KiJligrew's Propofal, offered to the King and Parliament. 

5040 Keitn's Reply to Mr. Increafe Mather's Remarks 1703 

5041 Account of the Quakers Politicks — 1700 

5042 Error and Hypocrifie dete<5led in Geo, Whirehead — 1695 

5043 .- Anfvver to 17 Queries fent to him by the Quakers — 1701 

5044 Occafional Conference with Tho. Upfhare 1701 

5045 Brifiol Quakerifm e.xpos'd 1700 

5046 Killing no Murther, briefly diicourll in three Queftions, by VVm 

Allen. 

5047 KettleweH's Chrlftlan Communion — - ■ 1693 

504^ King William, or King Lewis . 1589 

5049 Keith's, Geo. Difcovery of the Falfhood's, Cheats and Impoftures 

of the Quakers ■■' ■ — 1701 

5050 Key to Helmont ■ i68z 

5051 Knave uncloak'd, or the Jefuit in his Colours 1679 

5052 Knowledge and Conduct of Warres ■ • 1578 

5053 King-killmg Dodrine of the Jefuites ■ 1679 

5054 Knewflub's Confutation of the Herefies maintain'd by the Family 

of Love, Black Letter 1579 

50^^ Kilburne^s Survey of the County of Kent • 1659 

5056 Kinnalion's Leoline and Sydanis, a Romance '^f^ 

^057 Kehvay'3 Judgment of Nativities - ■ ■■ ■ ' — 1643 

5058 King^s-Bench Scuffle 1675 

5059 King's, Bifhopof London, Motives for his Change of Religion, and 

dying in the Catholicke and Roman Church ibiz 

5060 Le Blon's Harmony of Colouring in Painting, tW/^ c:Lur:d Fi- 

gures. 

5061 Lamey's Introduflion to the Holy Scriptures, ivith Cuts, large Pa- 

per ' ' 1723 

5062 Littleton's Diftionary, Latin and Englifh — . 1735 

5063 L'Enfants Hiftory of the Council of Cor.llance, 2 soX. 'j.-ithCuts, 

1750 

5064 Langley's Principles of G.nrdening, 'v:ith Cuts . 172S 

5065 Lambardc's Deicription of the ciuef Places in England and W«les 

1730 

5066 Lewis's Hiftory of the Ifle of Tenet, in Kent, '■jjith Cuts 1736 

5067 Lawrence's Duty of a Steward . '727 

5068 Lewis's Antiquities of Feverfham in Kept ■ — 1727 

5069 Langley's fure Guide to Builders, ivitb Cuts ■ 1729 

5.070 Locke's Paraphrafe on the Epiltle? of St. Paul • 1742 

ro7i London's Triumph, illullrated with magnificent Structures at.d 

Pageants in Honour of S.r Francis Ch?.plin, Lord Marvor 1677 

5072 Lorenzini's Obfervations of the Cramp- Fiih, at/'/i' C«/i- — 1705 

5073 Letter of a Gent, to his Friend cgainll Bilhops judging in capital 

Cafes . 1679 

5074 London Triumphant, exprefTed in Piigeant'., Ax. in Honour of Sir 
Robert H'.nfon, Knt. Lord Mavor • — 1672 

802 <c-!: Lives 



jg6 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

5075 Lives of famous Robbers. . - ' 

5076 Letter to Mr. Secretary Vernon relating to the Proclaiming the 

Prince of Wales King of England • • 1705 

^Qyy — to the Author of the Memorial of the State of England 

»705 

5078 Leflie's Anfwer to King's State of Ireland ■ ' 1692 

5079 Life of Mr. John Hieron — — — 1691 

5080 Letter from a Gent, in Yorkfhire to his Countryman in London 

concerning the Duke of Leeds ■ — 1695 

5081 Letters, two, to the Author of Solomon and Abiathar 1692 

5082 Letter to Dr. Nicholas Vice Chancellor of Oxford 1679 

5083 Life and Charader of Mr. Locke, by Monf. Le Clerc 1706 

5*84 Leiflies Quakers Lait-Shift 1698 

ro85 Letter from a Nobleman in the Country to his Friend in London. 
ro86 to a Perfon of Quality relating to the Bank of England 

1710 

5087 Laft Speeches of Mr. John King, and Mr. John Kid, two Minifters 

execu'ed at Edinburgh ______ ^_— 1680 

C088 Letter to a Friend concerning a French Invafion ■ 1692 

5089 Lift of the Nobility, &c. attainted qf High-Treafon, by the late 

Kingjnmes ' " 1690 

5090 Life of Mr. John Mafon of Water-Stratford 1695 

C091 Letter from a French Lawyer upon the prefent Revolution — 1698 

5092 — — from a Perfon of Quality concerning the DifTolution of the 

Parliaments at Weftminfter and Oxford. 

5093 ■■ ■ ■ from fome Eleftors to one of their Reprefentatives in Par- 

liament ■ • — — . 1 70 1 

5094. Letters, two, concerning the prefent Union ■ ■ — 1 706 

5095 Laft Year's Tranfadlions vindicated ' ' .^ 1690 

5096 Ludlow's Letter to Dr, HoUingworth — 1693 

5097 Letter from a Lawyer of the Inner Temple, concerning the Eaft 

India Si:ock 1698 

5098 — — to a Friend concerning the Credit of the Nation > 1697 

5099 — — to a Member of the late Parliament, concerning the Debts of 

the Nation 1700 

5 100 — -■ • to a new Member of the Home of Commons touching the 

Imbezzlement of the Kingdom's Treafure 17 10 

5 1 01 to a Member of Parliament, occafioned by the Votes of the 

Houfe of Commons againll their late Speaker, and others— 1695 

5102 Lancafhire Levite rebuk'd • . 1698 

5103 Letter to Archbifhop Tenifon, on his Sermon at the Funeral of 

Queen Mary, wrote by Biiliop Kenn. 
5:04 Letter, Palloral, from the Bilhop ofMeauxto the New Catholicks 

1686 

5105 to a Lord, in anfwer to a Pamphlet, entituled, the Caufes 

of the preient Fears and Dangers of the Government ■ 1692 

5 to6 — to a Membtr of Parliament in Favour of the Bill for unit- 
ing Proteftants .— 1689 

5107 Lawyer outhw'd ; or an Anf. to Mr Hunt's Dcf. of the Chart. 1683 
5ic;8 Life of the Holy Mother S. Terefa, Foundrefs of the Reforma- 
tion of the decalced Carmelites 167! 

5109 Love given over, or a Satyr againft Woman >686 

5r 10 Letter from the Archb. ot Cant, to the Bifiiops of his Prov. 1699 

5 1 1 1 Labour in Vain, or what fignifies Little or Nothing ? 1 700 

5U2 Letter,, 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 197 

12 Letter, containing Remarks on King Charles's two Papers on Re- 

ligion, 

1 3 Life of Chryfte after Bonaventure, imprytited at London by Wynkyn 

de Warde • 1 5 30 

14 Letter from a Gentleman in Ireland to his Brother in England, re- 

lating to the Trade of Ireland 1679 

15 Lawrence's Marriage by the moral Law of God vindicated 1680 

16 London's Glory, or the Lord Mayor's Shew, in Honour of Sir Pat. 

Ward Lord Mayor • 1680 

17 Life and Death of Sir Henry Vane, Knt. • 1662 

18 Ludlow's Letter to Sir E. S. on Dr. Felling's lewd Harangue upon 

the 30th of January, — 1691 

19 Letter from an Englifh Merchant at Amfterdam concerning the 

Trade and Coin of England • '^95 

20 From a Gentleman in the Country touching Sir William 

Petty 's Method of raifing Taxes ■ i6gi 

2 1 Life and Reign of Innocent XL late Pope of Rome — 1 693 

22 Lalt Will and Codicil of Charles II. King of Spain • 1700 

23 Life and Death of the famous Aflrologer Mr. Vincent Wing 1670 

24 Life of Geo. Lord Jefferies • ■ i68g 

25 Letter to a Country Gentleman, being an Enquiry whether the 

Parliament be not in Law diflblv'd by the Death of the Princefe 
of Orange, 

26 — — To Friend upon the Lawfulnefs of fimple Fornication 

1696 

27 Lift of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal who fat in the pretended. 

Parliament at Dublin . 1689 

28 LexTalionis, or a Ihort Reply to Dr, Merrett's Book againft the 

Apothecaries • 1670 

29 Lloyd's Hiftorie of Cambria, now called Wales, ivi/h a great 

Number of Coats of Arms of the principal Families curioufly bla- 
Kon'd — 1584 

30 Letter to a Clergyman in the Country concerning the Votes of the 

Bilhops ■ • «704 

3 1 Lambarde's Perambulation of Kent, ivith MS Notes, large Paper 

1596 

32 Life and Death of Sir Thomas Moore, who w?.s Lord Chancellor 

of England • 1642 

This Book didjormerly belong t^ the famous Philip Earl of Pe?n- 
broke, as appears by the ivild and ranting Notes in Margin. 

33 Lambarde's Perambulation of Kent, 'with Maji-ufcript Alterations 

and Additions by the Author — — 1576 

34 Life of William Fuller ■ — 1690 

35 Letter to a Perfon of Quality, occafioned by a Libel, entitled. 

The Caufe of Difference between Tobias Cage, Efq; and Mary 
his Wife, 

36 Lawfulnels of mix'd Marriages weighed • • i6Si 

37 Letter from a Gentleman in the Country upon the penal Laws and 

Telxs . . 16S7 

53 . TPo a Member of the Houfe of Commons concernirig the 

Bilhops lately in the Tower 1689 

39 Life and Death of Mons Claude, Miniftcr of Charenton 168S 

40 Lex Forcia, being an Addrcfs to the Pailiament to remedy the k- 

bufc of Children at School ^ — . 1699 

^ 5 1 41 Lovely 



T98 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

41 Lively Picture of Lewis du Moulin • — — 1680 

42 London's Joy, or the Lord Mayor's Show, in Honour of Sir John 
Moore, Knt. Lord Mayor -■ 1681 

43 Ludlow no Liar • ■ ■ J692 

44 Letter from a Clergyman in the Country to a dignified Clergyman 

in London, on the Bill to prevent the Traufiation of Bilhops 

1702 

45 Letter in Anfwer to a Book entitled, a Difcourfe concerning the 

Period of Human Life ■ — ■ ■ 1677 

46 From Oxford concerning Mr. johnfon's late Book 1693 

47 ■ ■ From a Gentleman at St. Germain's to his Frietidat Lon- 
don • " ■ " • • • 1 697 

48 Lindfey's Dialogue between Experience and a Courtier of the mi- 
I'erable State of the World, black Letter - ■ 158 1 

49 Leaden Age, a Poem ■ ■" — — 1705 

50 Life of that faithful Minifter of the Gofpel W. Caton 1689 

ri cf Sir Thomas Moore, Lord High Chancellor of England, 

'Written by Mr. Thomas Moore his Grandfon. 
Tz The fame, bound in red Morocco and gilt on the Lea'ves 

53 Leyceiler's Commonwealth 1641 

54 Letter to a Country Gentleman, enquiring whether the preferving 
the Proteftant Religion was the Motive or End defigned by the 
Revolution, 

qi; Letter from aPerfon to his Friend in the Country • 1675 

^6 Life of Arthur Earl of Torrington 1691 

c-j Lucida Intervalla, or Mifcellaneous Poems written at Finfbury 
and Bethlem, by the Dodlor's Patient extraordinary 1679 

58 Locufts, or Chancery painted to the Life 1704 

59 Letter from Nobody in the City to Nobody in the Country 1 679 

60 To a Member of Parliament on the pernicious Conie- 

quence of the Propofal lately made by the old Halt India Compa- 
ny • - - •■ ' — - — ■ 1 70 1 

61 From a Peer to a Member of Parliament about the Coun- 

tefs of Anglefey's Bill. 

62 ■ • From a Gentleman in the City, concerning the Bill for 

disabling the Duke of York • . 1678 

63 Layman's Anfwer to the Layman's Opinion ■ < — — 1687 

64 Life and Death of Mr. Stephen Maifhal, iometime Minifter of the 

Gofpel ■ ■ - ■- 16S0 

65 LiFe of St. Mary Magdalen ct Pazzi, a Carmelite Nun 1687. 

66 Life, Black, of John Gadbary, by J. Partridge ■ 1693 

67 Letter written upon the Dii'covery of the late Plot ■ i67l> 

68 To a Diffenter concerning frequent Parliaments in Eng- 
land ' • ■ 1 689 

69 . To Sir Thomas Olborn on a Book called the prefent Inte- 

reil of England ■ ■ — ■ 1672 

70 To a Friend concerning the Pcrfecutions of the Church of 

Scotland ^ ■ 1692 

Concerning the Sufferings of the Epifcopal Clergy in Scot- 



land — — • — ■ 1 69 1 

72 Legion's New Paper, being a fecond Memorial to the late Houfe 

of Commons — ■ 1702 

73 Letter from a Jefuit at Paris, {hewing the mod effcdual Way to 

ruin the Govermueat and the Proteltant Religion 1670 

^ I 74 Let- 



ENGLISH, Quarto. 199 

74 Letters, two, from Mr. Montague to the Lord Treafurer 1678 

75 Letter from a Clergyman in the Country concerning Minifters in- 

termeddling with State AiFairs in their Sermons •■ ' . ' « 1689 

76 London furveyed and illulhated, a Poem ■■ . 1670 

77 Letter to a Member of the Convention of States in Scotland 1689 

78 To a Gentleman at Bruffels concerning the People's Re- 
volt from the Crown . ■ . • 1689 

79 Loyalty of the lafi: long Parliament ■ 16S1 

80 Letter concerning the difabling Claufes ofFer'd to the Houfe of 

Commons for regulating Corporations — . ■ 1690 

Si ■ To a Mem"ber of Parliament -concerning dandelline Trade 

i7©o 

Si Lowth's Chriftian Man's Clofet, ^/ar^ Z,^//fr 1582 

83 Life of John Winchcomb, otherwife called Jack of Newberry, 

i':ithout Date, 
S4 Letter concerning the Eleftion of a Lord Proteflor — — 1654 

85 London's Refurreiftion poetically defcrib'd ■ 1669 

86 — Remains in Latin and Englifh — — —— 1667 

^■j Life and Martyrdom of St. George — 1664 

88 Lilly's Monarchy, or no Monarchy in England, ivith Cuts 1651 

89 Lithgow's Pilgrimes Farewcl to his native Country of Scotland 

i6iS 

90 Letters of the Martyres, black Letter, imprinted by John Day 

» 564 
gi Ludus Literarum, the Sporting of the Letters -,— — 1674 
92 Lambarde's Perambulation of Kent, y5wa// Pa/'/'r — — 1579 
9^ Letters, two, concerning the Eaft India Company ■ ■ ■ 1676 
94 Life of St. Jerome, biack Letter, printed by Caxton, 'without 

Date. 
9; Letter to Mr. Secretary Trenchard • ■ i($94 

96 Lofs and Damage to England by the Tranfportation of Wool co 
foreign Parts, 

97 Letter to Mr. Thevcnot, by Dr. Burnet — — — i6?9 

98 Lawfon's new Orchard and Garden 16^6 

99 Life and Death of Monsdu Vail the famous Highwayman 1670 

5200 Life of Juli;m the Apoftate vindicated i6Sz 

5201 Letter from a Freeholder to the rell of the Freeholders of Eng« 

land • 

£202 - " ■ ■■ Froma Gentleman to the Trufiees of the Irifh Forfeitures 

1704 

5203 To a Member of Parliament relating to the Irifh For- 
feitures ' ■— — 1701 

5204 Life and Death of Dr. Martin Luther — • 1641 

5205 Lynchers Hiftory of the Travels of Noah 1601 

5206 Letter containing an Account of Morocco ■ 1670 

5207 Life of Mrs. Ivacherine Stubbes jb-^z 

5.208 Letter from a Gentleman at Dort to a Member of the Houfe of 

Commons, 

5209 Lindfay's, Sir David, Varkis, Hack Letter — Edinh. i ^gj 

5210 Letter from a Diflciiter, being a perfuafive to a Coalition 1689 

52 1 1 Late Coramotionof certair.e i'apifts in Herefordfhire, black Letter 

1605 

5212 London's Annual Triumph, in Honour of Sir Robert JefFerys, 

Lord Mayor . . 1683 

5213 Let- 



200 ENGLISH. Quarto* 

5213 Letters from a Jefuit at Liege to a Jefuit at Fribourg 

5214 Loyal Satirift» or Hudibras in Profe — 1682 

5215 London's Triumph, in Honour of Sir Thomas Allen Lord Mayor 

i6c;g 

5216 Layman's Opinion fent in a private Letter to a Divine 1687 

5217 Letter to a Member of Parliament concerning the Britifli Monarchy 

1689 

5218 Londeji's Triamph prefented by Induftry and Honour, in Honour 

of Sir John Ireton, Lord Mayor ■ ■ 1658 

5219 Lilbarn's GhoU with a Whip in one Hand and Balme in the other 

1659 
522c Luther's Prophecies ■ — — — 1679 

5221 Letters concerning Origen and his Opinion — — ■ . 1661 

5222 — The prelent State of Phyfick ■ — . 1665 

5223 Lloyd's Hiftorie of Cambria, now call'd Wales, i/ack Letter i ^S/{. 
r'Legende of England, ilaci Letter, emprynted by R. Pynfon ivith- 
j out Date, 

5-^4S Hykon's devoute Boke to a devoute Man in Temporal Eftate ib. 
(^ black Letter 1506 

5225 Lylies Euphues, or the Anatomie of Wit, black Letter — 1636 

5226 Life of Merlin, fnrnamed Ambrofms 1641 

5227 Legend of his Grace Humphry Duke of St, Paul's Cathedral- 

Walk 

5228 Letter to a Friend on the Treaty of Union • • Edinb. 1706 

5229 Lille's fair Ethiopian ■ — — ■- 1631 

5230 Letters of King James and Privy Council relating to the College 

of Phyficians • ■ i588 

5231 Life of Archbifhop Whitgift 

5232 Life of the late Lord Stafforde ■ '■ — — 1640 

5233 Letter concerning Trade, 

5234 Life of Tafiletta Emperor of Barbary •■ ■- 1669 

5235 Lakin's Cure of the Pruffian Swallow-Knife, black Letter 1642 
52t^6 Langham's Garden of Health » • 1623 

5237 Lr.tter Dil'covery of Ireland, or a Shamrokftiire Gallemaufery 

1646 

5238 Life of P.iniop S.nderfon • • < 1665 

5239 Lucian's feled Dialogues, tranflated by Mr. Hickes — — 163,4 

5240 Letters written from Mr. Pole to J. Chaworth 1702 

524» Letter from a Souldier in Ireland touching the Vidtorie of her 

Majefties Forces there, againll the Spanifh and Irifh Rebels, black 
Letter . ■ ' ■ -> 1901 

5242 Letter to the Glafgow Men, 1602 

5243 From a Country Farmer to his Laird, a Member of Par- 
liament, 

5244 London's Triitmphs, in Honour of Sir Jofeph Sheldon, Lord 

Mayor 1675 

.4245 Letter relating to the Martyrdomc of Ketaban Mother of the 
Prince of the Georgians • • 1633 

5246 Ludus Licerarius, or the Grammar Schoole ^'^^7 

5247 Lloid's Jubiie of Britane — — - 1607 

5248 Lilly'.. Diirk Year ■ 1652 

5249 Legfiid of the Jefuites • «623 

5250 Lavaterni on GUotles and Spiritcs walking by Night, black Letter 

-• - . 1572 

5251 Lives 



ENGLISH. Quarto." 201 

5251 Lives of Robert Throgmorton and others, who were executed 

for Robberies and a Murder committed b/ them on Bagfhoc 
Heath ■ 1608 

5252 Loyalty vindicated • ■ • -«_— . \Sq% 

5253 Life and Death of Pope Alexander the VII. — — 1667 

5254 London's peaceable Ellate, in Honour of the right hon^ Henr/ 

Garway, Lord Mayor — 1639 

5255 London Triumphing, in Honour of Sir John Ssvinnerton, Knt. 

Lord Mayor - ■ - 1612 

5256 Lawful Prejudices againfl an incorporating Union with England, 

2 Parts 1707 

5257 Letter to a Friend concerning Credit, 

5258 Life and Death of Lewis Gaufredy, who was burnt alive for Sor- 

cery at Aix in Provence, ^/ac^ Zf//fr 1612 

5259 Lufta Jacobi, or a Boneiirc for his Majefties double Deliverie 1607 

5260 Letters Patent for making of Alloms in England. 

5261 London's Triumphs celebrated in Honour of Sir Anth. Bateraan, 

Lordmayor , ■. — 1665 

5262 Liberty and Indepency of the Kingdom and Church of Scotland 

1702 

5263 Life and Death of Thomas Wolfey Cardinal 1599 

5264 Milton's Poetical Works, 2 vol. large Paper, ivifh Cuts — 1720 

5265 Morris's ancient Architefture, ivith Cuts 1728 

5266 Miferable Cure of the Britilh Sugar Planters — -. 1738 

5267 Mod important Tranfaftions of the 6th Seffion of the Firft Parlia- 

ment of his Majefty King George H. ■ 1733 

5268 Morgan's Hiftory of Algiers ■ • ■- 1731 

5269 Middleion's Letter from Rome, large Paper, gilt on the Leaves 

»729 

5270 Murther will out. 

5271 Moore's, Sir Jonfs,' Syftem of Mathematicks, "with Cuts, 2 vol. 

j68i 

5272 Malayon and Englilh Diflionary, bound in blue Turkey, gilt on tb* 

Leaves — — — — — — ■ 1701 

5273 Malcolme'sSyftem of Arithmetick — — — 1730 

5274 Maimbourg's Hiftory of Arianifm, 2 vol. • • ■ — 1728 

5275 Monthly Chronicle for Uie Years 1728, 1729, 1730. 1731. 

5276 Magiftracy and Government of England vindicated. 

5277 Mackqueen's Effay on Honour, luitb typographical Errors amended 

by the Author, large Paper _____ ■ ■ ' 7 1 1 

5278 Murray's Propofal lor a National Bank. 

5279 Motte's Reply to Mr. Jones's Preface to his Abridg. of the Philo- 

fophical Tranfaftions. — — • 1722 

5280 Memorial of the Church of Engiafid — — — 170J 

5281 Mackenzie on the Government of Scotland during the Reign of 
K.Charles JL — ^691 

5282 Mr.Smirke, or the Divine in Mode — - — — 1676 

5283 Medowson the Dominion andSovereignty of the Seas — — 1689 

5284 Maffacre of Glenco ■ " — — 170J 

5285 Mackenzie's Siege of Londonderry ■■ 1690 

5286 Millaken Juftice, or Innocence condemned in the Perfon of Francis 
Newland.lately executed for Murther ■ ■• ■ •■■' 1695 

5287 Mi'.chief of the Five Shillings Tax upon Coal — »»- 1699 

5288 MiradesoftheBJeffed Virgin — — — -^— 1688 

C c 5289 M%mou 



^ ENGLISH. Quarto. 

^zSt) Memorarc Noviffima, &c. or the Book named Cordyall, which 
treateth of the four laft Things that ben to come ; tranflated out 
of Frenfhe into our maternal Tonge, by the noble and vertuoufe 
Lord Anlhonie Earl of Ryvyres, &:c. 

Emfryntidatte Wejimyjhe, Anno Vtn 
There is a folio Edition printed by Caxton in 1478, this wac 
printed (not by Caxton, as it is erroneoufly lettered on the Back, 
but) by Wynkyn de Worde, as appears by the Type and his Re» 
gifler of Signatures at the End. This is a beautiful Copy bound in 
Morocco, and finely gilt. It has two wooden Prints at the Be- 
ginning and End, reprefenting the Horrors of deadly Sin, and 
the Story of Dives and Lazarus. 

5290 Memorial of the State of England » " ■ ■ - 170; 

5291 Moufe grown a Rat, or the Story of the City and Country Moufe, 

tranipos'd i jot 

5292 Muggleton's and Reaves Divine Looking GJafs — — - 1719 
5295 Meager'sEnglifh Gardner, ov/VA Ca// . i688 

5294 Mutiny maintained. 

5295 Memorial of God's laft 29 Years Wonders in England — — 1689 

5296 Myftery of the nevv-fafliioned Goldfmiths or Bankers 1676 

5297 Menaffeh Ben Ifrael's Vindication of the Jews •■ 1656 

5298 Miracles perform'd by Money, a Poem ■ 1692 

5299 Manley's Ufury at Six per Cent, examined — — 1669 

5300 Marriage promoted 1690 

5301 Mulliner againft Perriwigs and Perriwig-making ■ 1708 

5302 More Worke for a MafTe-Prieft 162 i 

5303 Miflionaries Arts difcovered ■ ■■ ■ 1688 

5304 Milton's Doftrine and Difcipline of Divorcer ■ 1645 
5505 Moore's baffled, being a Difcourfe concerning Tanger— — 1681 
5306 M'Carmick's .4d\ions of the Inniflciliing-men 1691 

• t^7,o-f Moxon's Mechanical Exercifes, ivith Cu/j, nvith the Art of Print- 

ing 1677 

5308 Markham's Mailer-piece, containing the Cure of all Difeafes in 

Horfes . 1710 

; 5309 Moxon on the Globes . ' . 1 686 

*53io Mather's Trials of Witches in Nevv- England _— — 1 693 
5511 Marriage between the Lady Kai/i. Fitzgerald and Edw. Villiers, 

Elq; affcrted — — - 1677 

^31; Manley's Dilcourfe on the Exportation of Wool " • 1677 

53/3 Mai'cal on Planting and Grafting all Sorts of Trees, hlack Letter 

»575 
5314 Moulin's Moral Refleft.ons upon the Number of the Eleft — 1680 
53 1 ^ Modell Propofal of a Way to encreafe the Number of People. 

5316 Memonal for the Prince of Orange in Relation to the Affairs of 

Scotland — — 1689 

5317 Myllery of Iniquity working in the dividing of Proteftants-— 1689 
'^jiS .Markham's Husbandman's Recreations . ■■■■ " •■ 1675 
^319 Mariner's New Kalendar . ■■ ■ ■ 1716 

c;;o Memorandums of Matters of Faft relating to a Suit in Dodors 
C ommons between Sir Hugh Everard, Bart, and John Ofwald, 

Vicnr of IWuch Waltham m FfTex • 1702 

■ - I Morldcn's Roman Catholick"^ uncertain whether there be any true 

PflcfFTor Saeramenis in the Church of Rome 1688 

5322 Modeft 



ENGLISH. QuARTOi, 203 

5322 Modeft Apology for the Loyal Proteflant Subjcfts of King James, 

whodefire his Relloration 

5323 Mirrour for Magiftrates, being a true Chronicle of unfortunate 

Princes ■ ■ • ■ 1610 

5324 Morgan's Religio Militis, or the Soldier's Religion 1695 

5325 Modeft and fenous Addrefs to the well-meaning Followers of Anto- 

nia Bourignon ■ 1 708 

5326 Morden's Geography reftified ■ • ■ -. 1688 

5327 Moxon's Rules of the three Orders of Print-Letters 1676 

5328 Markham's cheap and good Husbandry 165-7 

5329 Martyr's Decades of the New Worldc, or the Weft-India, black 

Letter •■ - ■ •< ■' 1555 

5330 Markham's Englifti Horfeman, nuithout Date. 

5331 Moon-lhine, or the Reftauratiou of Jews Trumps and Bagpipes 

1672 

5332 Milton's Colafterion 1645 

533^ May's Relation of a monftrous Serpent found in the Ventricle of 

the Heart of John Pennant ■ . — 1639 

5334 Murder will out, or the King's- Letter, juftifying the Marquis of 

Antrim • 1698 

533; Lord Mayor of London's Vindication. 

5336 Mackenzie's Appendix to the Siege of Dcrry ■ 1690 

5337 Memorial of the Sufferings of the Presbyteriana in Scotland, parti- 

cularly of thofe called by the Nickname Cameronians — — 1690 
53?'^: Mundus Foppenfis, or the Fop difplay'd ' 1691 

53^9 Miraculous Prefervation and Deliverance of eight Englifhmen in 

Greenland •- • - 1631 

5340 Markham's Farewell to Hulbandry - ■ •■ ■ — 1649 

5341 Marriage of Kath. Fitzgerald with John Power, afferted — 167Z 

5342 Morning Exercife at St. Giles in the Fields, by feveral Miniftery, 

boundin Morocco and gilt an the Leaves •■ 1660 

5343 Mons Pcrfedionis, otherwyfe called in Englyfshe the Hillc of Per- 

fedyon, ■ Emprynted by Richarde Py^Jin 1497 

5344 Memorial delivered to K.Charles IL July 31, 1664, from the Dutch 

Ambaffador. 
534; Milton's Paradife Loft ■■ 1669 

5346 Marten's, Henry, Letters to hi» Lady of Delight 1663 

5347 Modeft Apology for the Eaft- India Company 1690 

5348 Muleafter's right writing of the EngliJh Tung • — — 1582 

5349 on Education 1581 

5350 More News from Rome ■ ■ • 1666 

5351 Mackenzie's Arguments againft an incorporating Uuion confidered 

1706 

5352 Mars his Triumph ■■ ' ■- — — _ 16^9 

5353 Milton's Tetrachordon — — 1645 

5354 Money and Trade confidered — Edinb. 1705 

5355 Machiavei's Letter in Vindication of himfelf and his Writings. 

5356 Markham's Gentleman's Academic, or the Eooke of St Aibans 

»595 

5357 Maddifon's Great Britain's Remembrancer, looking In and Out 

»655 

5358 Murnival of Knaves, or Whiggifm plainly difp'^y'd — — j68o 

5359 Muffet on all Sorts of Food, nvith MS Notes 1655 

S300 Martm Mar- Prelate to the John of all the Sir Johnf. 

C c 2 5361 Mar^ 



4©4 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

fi6i Marriage of Count Palatine and the Lady Elizabeth Daughter to 
King James ■ > 1613 

5362 Man's Mortality . ■ ' ■ ■ 1644 

C363 Monuments and Infcriptions in the Cathedral Church of St Paul 

1614 

5364 Manner of the Entertainment of the Lord Mayor and Aldermen ac 
that moft famous and admired Worke of the Running Streame 
from Amwell Head into the Ciflerne neere Iflington 161 3 

C365 Manifcftauon of the Motives whereupon the moft Rev. Father 
Marcus Antonius de Dominis, Archbifliop of Spalato, undertooke 
his Departure thence — ■ -— 1616 

5366 Manner of creating the Knights of the Order of the Bath accord- 

ing to the Cuftom in England in Time of Peace 1661 

5367 Mackenzie's Hiftory of Frugnlity, with its oppofite Vices — i6gi 

5368 Mervyn's, Sir Audley, Speech to the Duke of Ormond concerning 

the Affairs of Ireland — ^ •■ 1662 

5369 Modern Account of Scotland — 1679 

5370 Miraculous and happie Union with Scotland •■ 1604 

5371 Middleton's Hiftory of Heaven — — . — — _ 1596 

5372 Menaphon Camillas Alarum to numbering Euphues, black Letter 

1589 

5373 Mirrour of Monfters, h/ack Letter • -■ 1587 

5374 Mafon's Anatomic of Sorccrie — — •• loiz 

5375 Maxwell's Albion's Remembrance of Fredericke and Elizabeth 

1613 

C376 Mufes Threnodie, or mirthful Mournings on the Death ofMafter 

Gall -i^ 1638 

5377 Mittimus to the Jubile at Rome • ' » ■ • 1625 

5378 Myrroure of Golde for the fynfull Soulc, tranjlated out of Frenfihe 

into Etjglifshe hy the right excellent Pryncejfe Margaret Countejfe 
ef Richmonde and Derby, black Letter, 

Impryntedby Wynkynde Worde 1526 

5379 Norden's Topographical and Hiftorical Defcription of Cornwall, 

curioufly printed on Vellum, with a Map of the County and each 
Hundred, as alfo 1 3 Views of the molt remarkable Curiofities in 
that County, richly bound in Morocco with a large Border of 
Gold, and gilt on the Leaves ■ m, ——1728 

5380 The fame Book, large Paper ■■ ■ — 1728 

5381 Newton's Chronology of ancient Kingdoms, /«zr^^ P^j/^r — 1728 

5382 "• Opticks, and Treatile of Curvilinear Figures nMith Cuts 

1704 

5383 Chronology of ancient Kingdoms, fmall Paper 1728 

5384 New Teftament yet once agayne correfted by Willyam Tindale, 

whereunto is added a necefliiric Table, black Letter ^^ound in red 
Morocco - ' «- - ' ' ■■ . 1563 

5385 ^f o^»" Saviour Jefus Chrifte faithfully tranflated out the 

Greeke, with Notes and Expofitions of the Dirke Places therein, 
'With Cuts, black Letter, - — ■ ■ printrd by R. Jugge 1 566 

5386 Norden's Defcription of Middlefex and Hertfordlhire, iilultrated 

with Map?, engraved by Mr. Senex, and the Arms of the princi- 
pal Perrons interr'd in the County of Middlefex • ■ 1723 

5387 Natural niiflory of IreUnd, in 3 Parts, by feveral Hands 

Dublin 1726 
5388 Newe 






ENGLISH. Quarto/ 205 

5588 Newc Teftament in Englyflie and in Latin of Erafmus Tranflation 

•549 

5389 News from Pembroke and Montgomery, or Oxford Manchefter'd 

by Mich. Oldfworth and his Lord, who fwore he was Chanceliour 
of Oxford in a Speech to the New Vifitours 1 64S 

5390 Naked Gofpel — — 1690 

§39 1 New News from Bedlam, or more Work for Towzer, and his Bro- 
ther Ravenfcroft - • i68x 

5392 Narrative of the late Treatment of the Epifcopal Minifters within 

the City of Edinburgh - ■ 1708 

5393 Naked I'ruth, or the true State of the Primitive Church, by aa 

humble Moderator, with the Anfwers 1675 

5394 Narrative of the Sorceries and Witchcrafts exercifed by the Devil 

and his Inftruments upon Mrs Chriftian Shaw i6gS? 

5395 Nubes Teftium, or a CoUeftion of the primitive Fathers, giving 

Teftimony of the Faith once delivered to the Saints 16 8b 

5396 Narrative of the finding the Crucifix and Gold Chain of St Ed 

ward the Confeffor, and prefented to King James IL 1688 

5397 Nichol's Anfwer to an Heretical Book, called the Naked Gofpel 

1691 

5398 No Protcftant Plot — — i6Si 

5 399 New Teft of the Church of England's Honefly • 1 704 

5400 Naylor, James, Love to the Loft 1671 

5401 Nero Gariicanus, or the true Pourtraiture of Lewis XIV. — 1690 

5402 Necefiity of Parliaments ■ 1689 

5403 Notorious Impoftor, or the Life of William Morrel alias Bowyer 

1692 

5404 New Aflbciation of thofe called moderate Churchmen, with the 

Modern Whigs and Fanaticks ■ • 1 70s 

5405 New Teftament, in the Welch Tongue, i/aci Letter, hoitncL in red 

Morocco " • '567 

5406 Night Walker, or Evening Rambles in fearch of lewd Worne:» 

1697 

5407 No Evidence for Diocefan Churches, or any Bilhops without the 

Choice or Confent of the People in Primitive Times 1681 

5408 NewEngland's Trials, by Capt. John Smith 1622 

5409 New Teftament in the Malayan Tongue 1677 

5409 New Teftament, in Englift», tranflated after the Greeke, Had 

Letter — — — printed by John Caijcoode 156« 

5410 Nich. Nicholay's Navigations, Peregrinations and Voyages matte 

into Turkic, luith three/core Figures of Men and Women in their 
different Apparrell 1585 

5411 New Year's Gift for the Anti-prerogat've Men i6b: 

5412 ^ow or Never ; or a Looking-Glafs for the Reprefentativcs 

of the People, and a Pair of Speftacles for the Freeholders 

1702 

5413 Narrative of the Difcovery of a College of Jefuits at Come in 

Herefordftiire ■ 1679 

5414 New Teft of the Church of England's Loy&lty .■ 1 70^ 

5415 Novice's New Gofpel not the true Gofpel 165^ 

5416 Narrative of a new and unu^'uil American Imprifonment of 

two Minifters and the Profecution of Mr. Fr. Makeniie 

1707 
5418 Natttre 



2o6 E N Z J S N. Quarto. 

5418 Nature o/ Chriftianity in the true Light affertcd, by Geo. White» 

head • ■ 1672 

1419 New Life of Virginea ■ 161 z 

5420 Narrative of the Trial of Mr. James Mitchel a Conventicle 

Preacher »■ ■ . 1678 

5421 •■ Of the Eleftion of Dr. Hough, Prefidcnt to St. Mary 

Magdalen's College, Oxon — 1687 

54Z2 New England's Plantation — — 1630 

5423 N«wntan's Nightrowe, a Bird that breeds Braules in many Familiei 

and Houflioldes, h/aci Letter > - — . i jgo 

5424 Naunton's Fragmenta Regalia ■ . ■■ ■ 1641 

J425 Narrative of the Settlement and Sale of Ireland — — 1968 

5426 ' Of the Proceedings at Whitehall concerning the Jewa 

1656 

5427 News from the Seflions Houfe In the Old Bailey, relating to the 

grand Impoftor Lodowick Muggleton 1676 

5428 New England's Firft Fruits ■ ■■ ■ • '■■'■■ 1643 

5429 ^— Profped ■ ■ 1635 

5430 News from America, or 3 Defcription of New England 1638 

543 1 New Englifli Canaan, containing an Abflrafl of New England 

»637 

5432 Newarkc's, Vifcount, two Speeches in the Houfe of Lords con- 

cerning the Right of Bifliops to fit in Parliament 1 64 1 

5433 Noli me tangere, or a Thing to be thought on, 

5434 Night Raven, 

5435 Newes from the Dead, or a true and exaft Narration of the mira- 

culous Deliverance of Anne Green, who being executed at Ox- 
ford, December 14, 1650, afterwards revived 1651 

5436 Nichodemus Gofpel, JS/ack Letter, nvithout Date 

5437 Norfolke Furies and their Foyle, under Kett their accurfed Captain 

1623 

5438 NicoU's Faithful Lapidary — — ■■ •'■ - ■ — -— 1659 

5439 New Light to Alchimy ■ ■ 1650 

5440 New Letter concerning the Jews, wrote by the French Ambaffador 

1666 
544J New Yeare's Gift dedicated to the Pope's HolinefTe and all Catho- 

lickes, B/aci Letter • — __ ■ ■ 1579 

J 442 Narration of the PoffefTion and Repoffeflion of William Somers 

and of fome Proceedings againft Mr. John Dorrell Preacher, i>/aci 

Letter ■ ■ - — — , — —— 1548 

54^3 Nevvcs from Parnafius, the political Touchflone, taken from 

Mount ParnafTus ' ■ «— — -. — . — - — ■ 1622 

^444 Nicker nicked, or the Cheats of Gaming difcovered — — 1669 

5445 Nova Britannia offering moil excellent Fruitesby plantingin Virgi- 

5446 Narrative of the wonderful Fits whixJi Mr. Tho. Spatchet was un- 

der by Witchcraft — 1693 

5447 New Difeafe, with the Signs, Caufes and Remedies — • 1643 

5448 Ogle's Antiquities explain'd, vjithCuts, large Paper — '737 

5449 Old and true Way of Manning the Fleet < 1 607 

5450 Ordynary of Cryltcns, or Crylten Men, a notable Trcatyfe, and 

full neccffarye for all Cryflen Men for to know, black Letter, 

bound in Morrocco, emprynted by IVynkyn de IVorde I (;o6 

545 J The iarre, black Litter, emprynted by If'ynkyn de H'orde 1 506 

5132 Oatcs's 



Il 



ENGLISH, Quarto. 207 

5452 Oates's Pi^hireof Kingjanws II. - • " ■ ' ^ 1696 

5<j.53 Order and Diforder, or the World made atid undone 1679 

5454 Oppreffions of the Market People - — — — — i-jio 

5455 Orations made at Cambridge at the Entertainment of the Spanifh 

Ambaffador - — — — » ■ 1623 

J456 Ovid's Art of Love -■■ 1692 

54$7 Ogi'by improv'd, with corred Maps of the Roads 1731 

5458 Objeftions againft the Reducement of Intereft —— . 1671 

5459 Obfcrvations upon the Warre of Hungary ■ 1689 

5460 Owen's Church of Rome no fafe Guide ■ »679 

5461 Obfervations on a Pamphlet touching the prefent Condition of the 

Navy and Vidualling •'■■■ " ■ 1 700 

5462 Obfervations on a late famous Sermon entitled, Curfe ye Morer 

1680 

5463 Original Progrefs and prefent State of Scots Corporation 1718 

5464 Orbilius Vapulans, or a Juniper Ledture for a Moth-eaten School 

Mafter 1662 

5465 Orologium Sapiencie, 1 2 ProufFy tes of Trybulacyon,— — — 

Rule of S. Benet, black Letter, ail printed by William Caxton, 
bound together, gilt, and marbled oa thi Leaves 

5466 Obfervations upon the Bank of England ' 1695 

5467 upon the Cafe of William Rofe an Apothecary 1 704 

5468 Orders and Ordinances for the Government of St. Bartholomew's 

Hofpital 1652. 

5469 Oh ! read over Dr. John Bridges, for 'tis a worthie Worke, black 

Letter 

5470 Owen's Running Regiftcr, recording the State of the Englilh Col- 

ledges in all forraigne Parts ■■ - — — 1626 

5471 Obfervations concerning Trade and Money — — 1668 

5472 Upon Earthquakes — —^ 1694 

5473 On the Letter written to Sir Tho. Olborn — — 1673 

5474 In that difficult Part of Chirurgery relating to the Teeth 

5475 Obedience, or Ecdefiaftical Union 160J 

5476 O per fe O, or a new Cryer of Lanthorne and Candle Light, 

B Jack Letter ■ ■■■ ■ . i6r2 

5477 Orders of the Queene's Mjellie for the Reliefe and Stay of the 

prefent Dearth of Graine — ■ — — 159^ 

5478 Ogilvie's Prefervation of the Regalia of Scotland from falling into 

the Hands of the EngUfh UCurpers 1701 

5479 Overbury's, Sir Thomas, Oblervations upon the 17 Provinces 

1626 

5480 Orders of his Majefty for preventing the Plague 1629 

5481 Olde Mad-cappe's new Gallyraaufrey i6oe 

5482 Pemberton's View of Sir Ifaac Newton's Philofophy -— * 1728 

5483 Pope's Dundad, 'variorum • — ^ 1729 

5484 Proceedings of Corpus Chrifti College, Oxon, in the Cafe of Mr, 

Ayfcough vindicated • — 1730 

5485 Propofals offered for the Sugar Planter's Redrefs • 1733 

5486 Progrefs made in the new Buildings of Queen's College in Oxford 

5487 Political Foundling 1733 

5488 Pricke's pra£lical Perfpeftive, ouiV)^ i;o Cp/i/frCK/f 1672 

54«9 Pradlice of Perfpe^live, revis'd by Mr. Chambers 1726 

5490 Previous View of the Cafe between John Baflcet, Efq; and Henry 

Parfons ■■■■■•■ ■ " ■ Edinburgh 1720 

5491 Pye 



m 



2o8 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

C491 Pyc on the fevcral Methods of Lithotomy ■ — 1724 

5492 Phanix Britannicus — — 1732 

5493 Party Tyranny, or an occafional Bill in Miniature, as now prac- 

tib'd in Carolina — — " • 1705 

5494 Pulton againft Dr. Tennifon, 

5495 Povey on the Coal Trade — — ■ ' ' ■ 1700 
^496 Prefcnt State of the County Palatine of Durham • »729 

5497 Plea of the Fellows of Winchefler College ■■ 1711 

5498 Parkyn's, Sir Thomas, Queries and Reafons • 1724 

5499 Po^v^^ 0* ^^^ Lords and Commons in Parliament in Point of Judi- 

cature ■ ' ' ■ ■■ 1680 

5500 Proteitant Religion a fure Foundation and Principle of a true Chri- 

flian 1 67 1 

cjoi Prymer in EnglifhandLutin, after the Ufe of Sarum, blackhetter, 

nvii/joui Date, 
5^01 Prefent State of Carolina, with Advice to the Setlers 1682 

r503 Of the Iflands in the^Archipelago, by Mr. Randolph 1687 

5504 Proceedings of the Privy Council in Scotland — — 1678 

c(jo5 Projeft to make England a flourifhing Kingdom — • 1702 
CC06 Paul's, Father, Hiltorie of the Quarrels between Pope Paul V. and 

the State of Venice • — — — — 1626 

5507 Papin's new Digefter, or Engine for foftning Bones — :— 1681 

1J508 Portuguefe Arms jullified • - ■'■- 1704 

5^09 Principle of the Protellant Reformation explain'd 1704 

55 10 Proceedings of the prefent Parliament jullified — — 1689 

5511 Palmer's State of New England • 1690 

5512 Proceedings of the Lords Commiffioners of both Nations in the 

Treaty of Union • ■■ 1706 

5^13 Principles of the Cyprianic Age — 1695 

5514 Paftor Fido, the Faithful Shepherd, tranflated by Sir R. Farfhaw 

1648 

5515 Packet of Advices to the Men of Shaftlbury — 1676 

1^516 Prefent Condition of the Englifh Navy 1702 

'5517 Pope Pius his Profefhon of Faith vindicated from Novelty 1687 

5518 Pulpit Sayings, or the Character of the Pulpit Papill examined 

16SS 

5519 Penn's Urim and Thummim • - — — _ 1674 

5 5 20 Plea for the pardoning Part of the Sovereignty of the Kings of 

England '682 

5521 Pierce's Sermons, hound in red Morocco and gilt on the Leaves 

1671 

5522 Prefent Intereft of England '— »685 

5523 Poefie for Lovers, or the terreftial Venus unmaflc'd ^ — 1694 

5524 Prefent PoliticKs of France, and the Maximes of Lewis XIV. laid 

open ■ ■ ^689 

5525 Plain Englift), or an Enquiry into the Caufes that have fruftrated 

our Expedation from the late happy Revolution — 1691 
^326 Proceedings of the Parliament of Paris upon the Pope's Bull 1688 

5527 Plain Engli(h in Relation to the real and pretended Friends to the 

Englilh Monarchy — »690 

5528 Profit, Conveniency and Pleafure to the whole Nation, or a fliort 

Difcourfe concerning the Highways ■ '"75 

5529 Fropofals for carrying on an tffeaual War in America againft the 

f rench and Spaiuajil> • — '■•■ \ioz 



553 



o Platonifm 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 209 

{53c5 Platonifm unveiled, or an Eflay concerning the Opinions of Plato 

1700 

5531 Pro teftan t Malk taken off from the jcfuited Erglifhman 1693 

5532 Prefent Defcription of England confidered ■ . 1761 
5,533 Prieft Craft expofed 1 109 1 

5534 Propofitions concerning Optic-GJaffes ' '679 

5535 Proceedings and Votes of the Parlianient of Scotland 1689 

5530 Propofals to the Houfe of Commons for laying a PoU-Tax on all 

Horfes, Mares and Geldings for one Year. 

5537 ■ for advancing the Revenue of Excife . 1705 

5538 for Building in every County a working Alnns-houfe 1677 

5539 Plain Englifh, humbly offered to the Confideration of his Majefty 

i6go 

5540 Propofals to the King and Parliament, or a large Model of a 

Bank 1678 

5541 Political Account of the Diminution of the Revenues and Trade of 

France . ■ » 1702 

5542 Popery, Superflition, Ignorance and Knavery, proved on the Surry 

DifTenters • ■ 1699 

3543 Perry's Regulation for Seamen • • 1697 

5544 Plea of Publick-Good, not fufHcient to juHifie the Taking up Arms 

againft our lawful Sovereigns ■ 1 706 

5545 Propofals for raifing a Colledge of Induftry — 1695 

5546 Proprytees and Medicynes of Hors, black Letter, 

emprynted by Wynkyn de Worde nvtlhout Date. 

5547 Patrick's Parable of the Pilgrim ■ 1667 

5548 The fame, large Paper, double ruled nxiith red Lines, hound in Mo- 

rocco, and gilt on the Lea'ves • • '673 

5549 Percy val's Bibliotheca Hifpanica — - . 1591 

555© Propofals for raifing a Million of Money out of the forfeited Eftates 

of Ireland '694 

5551 Proper Projeft for Scotland to ftartle Fools, and frighten Knaves, 

but to make wife Men happy ■ ■ 1699 

5552 Povey's indiredl Pradices in the Coal Trade 1700 

5553 Pi'i'on Thoughts, by Tho. Browning, Citizen and Cook of London 

16S2 

5554 Papifts bloody Oath of Secrecy • ■ 16S1 

555:; Phillips's miftaken Recompence • • 1664. 

5556 Phelp's Account of his Captivity at Machanefs in Barbary 1685: 

5557 PyP^j °^ Tonne of the Lyfe of Perfection, blaci Letter, 

emprynted by R.Redman 1532 

5558 Principle of the Proteftant Reformation explained 1704 

5559 Primer, in Englilhe and Latine, fet out along, sfter the Ufe of Sa- 

rum, black Letter ■ — 1557 

5560 Purple Ifland, or the Ifle of Man 1633 

5561 Pierce Plowman's Vifion, newlye imprynted after the Author's 

olde Copy, black Letter, ivitkout Date. 

5562 Philips's Regale NecefTarium — — 1671 

5563 Prefident to Nobility of Court and Country — — — 1612 

5564 Politicks of the French King difcovered ■ 1689 

5565 Propofals for putting a fpeedy End to the Wer, by rgining the 

Commerce of the French and Spaniards ■ 1 70^ 

.5566 Papiftsno Catholicks, and Popery no Chriftianity •■ '^79 

'5567 Piatt's five Treatifes of the Philofophers Stone 1652 

■ J) d 5^-68 Paper 



:jio ENGLISH. QiTARTo. 

5568 Paper to William Penn ■ - ■ ■ •• • • ■ 1 700 

5569 Primitive Father: no Papifts •' -■ ■- ■ 1688 

5570 Pyroteehnica Loyolana, or Ignatian Fire. Works — - 1667 

5571 Progrefs of Honefly, ora View of a Court and City < 1681 

5572 Piety and Vertues of Holy Edward the Confeffor ■ 1688 
5-73 Parkyn's, Sir Tho^ Queries and Reaions • '724 

5574 Protraiture of the Kings of England 1688 

5575 Prefent State of Phyfick and Surgery in London — — 1701 

5576 Papacy of Paul the Fourth • " 1673 

5577 Plaine Pathway to Preferment ■ ' 1631 

5578 Propofals for the Relief of Seamen 1695 

5579 Parliamentum Pacificum, or the happy Union of King and People 

1688 

55;8c5 Poftfcript to a Difcourfe of Credit 1701 

5;8i Prophecy of Bidiop Uflier ■ — 1687 

5582 Propofals for Increafe of Wealth b/ Subfcriptions of Money 

1675 

5583 Prophecy of the white King and dreadful dead Man explain'd 

1644 

5584 Pr»pofal for fupplying his Majefty with 1200000 by mending the 

Coin ' 1695 

5;8(; privileges and Prat'Hces of Parliaments in England ■« 1680 

5:^86 Piefbyterian Inquifition ■ ■ 1691 

5587 Peace Maker, or Great Britaines Blefling. • 1620 

5588 Petition of the Lord Mayor, Sec. for reducing of all Foreign 

Trade under the Government • 1662 

5589 Pegafus, or the Flying Horfe from Oxford, bringing the Proceed- 

ings of the Vifitours, and other Bedlamites there, by Command of 
the Earle of Montgomery. 

5590 Plea for Ladies and Gentlewomen, and all other married Womea 

againft Divorce ■ - ^^544 

5591 Plain Dealing with the Prefbyterians - 1703 
51J92 Proceedings of the College of Phyficians in Relation to the Sick 

Poor ■ . 1697 

5593 Prophecies concerning the Return of Popery into England — i68z 

5594 Pyrgomachia, vel potius pygomachia, or in cleane Englifli, the 

Ciiflle Combat, performed by James Fencer and William Wraftler, 
at Nine of the Clock of the Night of the Ninth Day of the Nintk 
Month 1635 

5595 Prodigal Life and tragical penitent Death of Thomas Hellier, who 

was executed for Murder, in \'irgini.a 1680 

5596 Profit of Imprifonmcnt, a Paradox '594 

5597 Primer, fet foorth by the Kynges Mrjeflie and his Clergie, to be 

taught lerned and rend, hlack Letter, hound in red Morocco 1545 

5598 Parifn Churches no Conventicles -■ ' 1683 

5599 Plantation Juftice ihewing the Conftitution of their Courts — 1701 

5600 Parliamenters Petition to the Army the prefent fupreme Authority 

of England. 
56©! Profpeftive Glafle of the Warre i6z8 

5602 Prophefie that hath lyen hid above 20CO Yeares 1610 

5603 \R>pe's Letter to the Prince, in Latine, Spanifh, and Englifh 1623 

5604 Proceedings of the Parliament of Scotland 1704 

^'505 Parable of the vvyckcd Mammon, black Litter, luithout Date. 
5606 PrefentiU Sute of the Pradice u\ Phyfick in this Nation — 1702 

5607 Pettus's 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 211' 

5607 Pettus's, Sir John, England's Independency upon the Papal Power 

1674 

5608 Proteftation and Teftimony againft the incorporating Union with 

England, 

5609 Pope Joane, a Dialogue between a Proteftant and Papift i6zc 

5610 Prince Charles his Welcome from Spaine 1623 

5611 Prophecie of Thomas Becket, Archbilhop of Canterbury 1666. 

5612 Problem concerning the Gout -^ 1691- 

5613 Pafqiiii's Palinodia and his Progrefle to the Taverne — ■ . 1619 

5614 Jefts, with the Merriment of Mother-Bunch 163c 

5615 Profitable and necelTarie Difcourfe on the Garbelling of Spices. 

5616 Piatt's Jewel-Houfe of Art and Nature . 1653 

5617 Purchas on the Nature and right Ordering of the Bee, gi/f on tht 

Lewves • •■ -^ ■ J 657 

5618 Poyntz's Profpedl of the Ifland of Tobago . 1683 

5619 Pope's Advice to his Sons, a Conference in the Caflle of St. An- 

gelo ,679 

5520 Pierce's Supererogation, or anew Prayfe of the old AfTe — i 59 J 

5621 Pre-eminence and Pedigree of Parliament • . 1677 

5622 Pyramus and Thifbe 1626 

5623 Patents, three, concerning the honourable Degree and Dignity of 

Baronets • — ■ 1617 

5624 Ponthas, King, of Galyce and Ly tell Brytayne, black Letter, 

prynted by IVynkyn de Worde 1518 

5625 Phillis of Scyros, an excellent Paftoral ■ ■ ■ . 1655 

5626 Platte's praftical HulT^andry • 1656 

5927 Peacham's compleat Gentleman i66t 

5628 Primer, in Englyfhe and in Laten, black Letter^ printed by R. Red- 

man, bound in red Morocco, gilt^ on the Leaves. 

5629 Pilgrimage of Princes, ^/izf-f Z,f//rr i 1653 

5630 Paftor and the Prelate or Reformation and Confcrmitie 1628^ 

5631 Proclamation and Declaration by K. Charles I. againil the feditious 

Praflices in Scotland, a MS fairly n.vrote. 

5632 Piatt's Subterraneous Treafure ■ ■ 1639 

5633 Pitman's Adventures • . 1689 

5634 Publication of Guiana's Plantation ■ 1632 

5635 Profpedlof Hungary and Tranfylvania — 1664 

5636 Particular State of the Government of the Emperour Ferdinaad the 

Second — = — '637 

5637 Proceedings in the Star-Chambet againil Prynne, Baftwicke and 

Burton. 

5638 Plaine Percival the Peace Maker of England. 

5639 Peacham's Worth of a Penny, or a Caution to keep Money 1669 

5640 Proceedings in the AfTembly at Perth 1619 

5641 Propofals for the Imployment of the Poor ■■ ^681 

5642 Petition to the King and Parliament, concerning Imprifonment fo? 

Debt 1632 

5643 Pugh's Britilh and Outlandifh Prophefies 1.058 

56^4 Plato's Dialogue, concerning the ShortnefTe and uncertainty of this 

Life 1 59? 

5645 Poll with a Packet of Msd Letters, 2 Parts ■ 1670 

5646 Propoficions for uniting the two E'<ill-lndia Companies ■- — (701 

5647 Pollitique Plat for the Honour of the Prince, ^/^f^ Letter 1530 

5648 Penn's Truth relcued from Impotture - ■ 1670 

D d 2 , 56^Pj:o- 



tit B N G L I S H. QuAlTcir: 

5649 Prophecyes of Martyn Luther concerning the Downfal of Popery 

1664 

5650 Pafquil's Miflrefle, or the worthie and unworthie Woman 1600 

c6ri . pafTe and pafTeth not - — i6oo 

r6c2 — Mad-Cap, and Mad-Cappes MeiTage, 2 Parts i6oa 

5653 Purge for Pluralities, (hewing the Unlawfulnefs of Men to have two 

Livings • ■ • 1642 

5654 Pott's Difcovery of Witches in the County of Lancafter 1613 

5655 Polimanteia, or the Means to judge of the Fall of a Commoa 

Wealth ■ 1595 

5657 Piatt's artificial Remedies againft Famine ■ - ■ ■ — ■ — r— 1596 

5658 Primitive Praftife for preferving Truth. 

5659 Papers writ in the Year 1664, concerning the Praftice of Phyfick 

1670 

5660 Poor Knight's Pallace of private Pleafure, black Letter J579 

5661 Preacher's Travels, wherein is fet down a Journal to the Eaft-In- 

dies - ■■ i6u 

5602 Poor Man's Plafter-Box • ■ 1634 

5603 Port or Harbour of Piety, in honour of Sir Maurice Abbot, Lord 

Mayor 1638 

C604 Pappe with an Hatchet, alias a Figge for my God fonne. 

5665 I'rynne's Power of Parliaments and Kingdomes 1643 

f ^55 Treachery and Difloyalty of Papilles to their Sovereigns 

1643 

•657 I Parliamentary Trafts ■ 1642 

r653 . — . Parliamentary Writs, 4 vol. large Paper ^ bound in blue 

Turkey, gilt on the Leanjes • ^^59 

5669 The fame, fmall Paper »— — 1659 

^670 - ■■ ■ Healthes Sickneffe — — 1628 

cSyi Plea for the Lords and Houfe of Peers 1658 

C672 Vindication of the fundamental Liberties, Rights, Laws of 

England, 2 vol. 1655 

^673 Antipathic of the Englifh Lordly Prclacie both to the regal 

Monarchy, and Civil Unity 1641 

C674 Signal Loyalty and Devotion of God's true Saints — 1660 

5675 • exaft Recorder ■ — — 1659 

5676 Prelates Tyranny 1641 

5677 Philofophical Tranfaftions from the Beginning of 1665 to 1738, in 

26vols. 
*5678 '■ • ' • ■ abridg'dby Lowthorpe, Jones, Eamcs and Mar- 
tyn, 8 vol. 
^678 ■ '■ abridged by Lowthorpe. Motte, Eames and Mar- 

tyn, 7 vol. ^arge Paper, hound in blue Turkey, gilt on the 

Leanjei. 
^6-g by Mottes, from 1700, where Lowthorpe e;nds, 

to the Year 1720, 2 vol. — — ■ 1721 

5680 -— — by Eames and Martyn, from the Year 1720 to 

the Year 1733, 2 vol. ■ - ■ •• 1734 

j;68i . . - by Reid and Gray, from the Year 1720 to the 

Year ~— . -. , 1732 

1J682 Hooke's Philofophical, Ledures, with Cuts 1679 

5683 Quakers ni;iny horrid Blafphemic^ and Htrefies dellruftive to Go- 

vernment — — . i 1699 

5684 — untr.afk'd .— — . — — . 1691 

$684 QueiieJ 



E^N G L I S H. Quarto.' 213 

5685 Queries and Proteflations of the Scots Epifcopal Clergy 1694 

5686 Querer por Solo Querer, to love only for Love's Sake, bound in 

blue Turkey, and gilt on the Leagues 1670 

5687 Queen an Emprefs, and her Three Kingdoms one Empire 1706 
56S8 Queries of, by T. W. to the Proteftanrs concerning the Englifii Re- 
formation ■ 1688 

5689 propofed to Confideration, Relative to the Union no\Y 

irttended. 

5690 ■ to the Prelbyterian Noblemen and Gentlemen. 

5691 Quack Aftrologer tofs'd in a Blanket. 

5692 Quarle's Shepheard's Oracles 1646 

5693 Queftions to be refolvit at the Convention of the Eftaits and Ge- 

neral Afiemblie appointed to be at Perth — — i 597 

5694 Quips upon Queftions, or a Clownes conceite on Occafion oiFered 

1601 

5695 RowlatKi's Antiquities of the Ifle of Anglefey, iviih Cuts — 1723 

5696 Ramfay's, Allan, Poems, 2 vol. /iirge Paper ■ Edinb. 1721 

5697 Rutty on the Urinary Paflages, with other Phyfical Trafts 1726 

5698 Renunciation of the King of Spain to the Crown of France 1713 

5699 Relation of the juft and unjult Proceedings of the Somer Iflands 

Company 1676 

5700 Revolter, a Tragi-Comedy, afled between the Hind and Panther 

and the Religio Laici «-■ • • 1687 

5701 Rights of the Church of England afferted 1705 

5702 Reafonsfor abrogating the Teft impofed upon all Members of Par» 

liament ■■■ ■ ■ -— 1688 

5703 Rates of Merchandizes' agreed on by the Commons Houfeof Par- 

liament, 1642, large Paper, bound in blue Turkey, gilt on the 
Leaves • ■ — 1642 

5704 Reformed Catholique, or true Proteftant ■ 1679 

5705 Relation, exaft, of the Perfecutions, Robberies, and Loffes, fuftain- 

ed by the Proteftants of Killmare in Ireland — — . 1689 

5706 Refleftions on Dr. Walker's Account of the Siege of Londonderry 

1689 

5707 Remarks on the Debates of the Houfe of Commons in the laft Par- 

liament at Oxford — — 1673 

5708 Refleftions upon the late Kingjsmes's Declaration — — — i69z 

5709 Report made to the Houfe of Commons, Dec. 15, 1699, relating 

to the forfeited Ellates of Ireland — • • — 1 700 

5710 Remarks on the Frauds and Abufes of the Brewery — ' 1 707 
97 ri • on the horrible Opprefiions, Infolences and unjufti- 

fiable Partialities of the Coramillioners of the Excife — - 1706 
5713 Richelieu's Art of the Stage — ■— 1684 

5713 Reafons of Mr. Bayes changing his Religion '— i68S 

5714 Remarks upon the deplorable Fall of the Emperour Julian 

1681 

5715 Refleftions on the Occurrences of the laft Year — — 1 689 

5716 Reafons for the prefent Condudl of Sweden in Relation to the Trade 

of the Baltick — — 171? 

5717 Remaiks onthe Cafeof Mr. Greenfhield's — 1710 

5718 on the prefent Confederacy and late Revolution in Eng- 
land — 1693 

57:9 Remarks, curfory, upon fome late difloyal Pioceedings in fever?.!- 

Cab iU coropofed of an interaixture cf Intel efts • 1699 

5720 Rights 



214 ENGLISH. Quarto. 

5720 Rights aad Liberties of Engliflimen afferted ■ ■ ■■ 1701 

5721 Reafons againll a War with France ■ 1701 

5722 Refledlions on the Relation of the Englifh Reformation, printed at 

Oxford . 1688 

^723 Reply to the Defence of the Expofition of the Doftrineof the 

Church of England » 1687 

^724 Rights of the ProtefiantDiflenters _ 1704. 

5725 Review of the Dangers of the Church, occafioncd by the Memo- 

rial of the Church of England ■ 1705 

5726 Reply to the Anfwer of Dr. Welwood to King James's Declara- 

tion • ■ — . 1693 

5727 Reafons for a Law to enaft the Caftration of popilh Ecdefiafticks 

1 700 

5728 Reafons for fetling Admiralty Jurifdiftion — — — 1690 

5729 Reeve's England's Reftitution ■ • 1661 

5730 Rebuke, juft, of a late unmannerly Libel in Defence of the Court, 

entitled, Curfory Remarks, &c. — — — '699 

5731 Relation of the horrid and unexampled Cruelties committed by the 

Spaniards in the Weft Indies, wrote by Bartholomew de las CaJas 

1689 

5732 Reflexions upon fome Paffages in Mr, Le Clerc's Life of Mr. J. 

Locke 1711 

r733 Religion of Martin Luther neither Catholick nor Proteftant 1688 
f734 Reprefentation of the Prejudices that may arife from an Aft con- 
cerning Marriages • — — — — 1692 

5735 Relation of the Revolution in the Kingdom of Siam in the Eaft 

Indies 1- • 1690 

^756 -, Of the whole Proceedings againft St. Mary Magdalen 

College in Oxon •■■■ ■■ ' ■ - • 1 688 

5737 Reprelentative of London and Weftminfter in Parliament examin'd 

and confider'd • • ' ■ • 1 702 

5738 Royal Religion, being fome Enquiry after the Piety of Princes 

1704 

5739 Remarks on the firft Chapter in Dr. Davenant's Eflays 1 704 

5740 Relation of the ftrange fleepy Dillemper of Dirk Klaafz Bakker, 

of Stolwyk near Rotterdam ■ 1707 

5741 Refutation of the Surrey Demoniack ■ 1699 

5742 Refleftions upon the Opinions of fome modern Divines concerning 

the Nature of Government • • ■ 1689 

5743 Review and Confidcration of two late Pamphlets, entitled. Que- 

ries to the Prefbyterians of Scotland, kc. 1706 

5744 Refleftions on a Pamphlet, call'd, A brief Account of the intend- 

ed Bank of England 

5745 Remarks on Mr. Lowndes's Report on the Silver Coins 1695 

5746 Reformation of Manners, a Satire 1702 

5747 Rabfhakeh Vapulans, or an Aniwer to the Tribe of Levi i6gi 

5748 Reflor'd Maidenhead, or a S. tire againft Woman - 1691 

5749 Rich's Dcfcription of Iic!and ■■ 1610 

5750 Refleftions on the jail and modeft Vindication of the two laft Par- 

liaments - 1683 

5751 Relation of the SufF=ring5 of the People called Quakers 1670 

5752 Remonftrance and Proieuationof all the good Proteftants of this 

Kingdom againft depohng King James II. 1689 

57:3 P.efisctioni Oil the k'.e great Revolution ■■■- - 1689 

5754 Re- 



ENGLISH, Quart©. 215 

5754 Remarks on the Engl ifh Woollen Manufaftury for Exportation 

1730 

5755 Rowland for an Oliver, or a fliarp Rebuke to a faucy Levite 

5756 Replie unto a certaine Libell let foorth by Father Parfons againft 

the ieculer Prieftes ■ • - 1603 

5757 Randolph's State of the Iflands in the Archipelago 1687 

5758 Refleftions upon the Quakelri folemn Proteftation againfl Geo, Keith 

1697 

5759 Relation of the Siege of Vienna • ■ •■ — — 1684 

5760 • Of the moll dreadful Earthquaka which happened in the 

City of Naples 1688 

5761 Ruin of the Bank of England and all publick Credit inevitable 

1715 

5762 Rule of Saynt Auguftyne both in Latyn and Englyflie, with two 

Expoficyons, and alfo the fame Rule again only in Englyfiie, 
without Latyn or ExpoHcyon, B/ack Letter, emprynted by Wynkyn 
de Worde • : 1525 

5763 Reafonsof Mr. Jofeph Haines the Player's Converfion and Recon- 

verfion — - 1690 

5764 Relation of the Informations againft three Witches 1682 
5769 Of a Town in Piedmont which funk under Ground 1679 

5766 Rcafons offer'd by Eaflland Merchants againft the general Liberty 

of exporting the Woollen Manufadure 1689 

5767 Relation of the moft memorable Things in the Tabernscle of Mo- 

fes — — • . • 1675 

5768 Report of the horrible Murder which was committed in the Houfe 

of Sir Jerome Bowes, Knt. on the 20th Day of February, 1606 

1607 

5769 Remarks on fome late Sermons, and in particular on Dr. Sherlock's 

5770 Relation of the Cruelties and Barbarities of the French upon the 

Englifh Prilbners of War — _ 1 690 

577^ • Of the late Aftion at Sea between the Englilh and Dutch 
and the French Fleets • ■■ ■ .. 1 590 

5772 Reafons for a new Bill of Rights ■ 1692 

5773 Robinfon's Anatomy of the Earth 1694 

5774 Reafon and Authority, or the Motives of a late Proreftant's Re- 

conciliation to the Catholick Church 1687 

5775 Rights and Interclls of the two Britiih MiJHarchies inquired into 

5776 Remarks on the prefent Condition of the Navy, and particularly 

of the Viftualiing 1 700 

5777 Refledlions upon the Confpiracy contrived by the French Court to 

murder his Majefty in Flanders ■ 1692 

5778 On a Pamphlet entitled. The ihorteft Way with the Dif- 

fenters • — . — — — ■ ■ 1703 

5779 Remarks on the Ad of Parliamant to prevent Frauds committed 

by Bankrupts ■ ^1^1 

5780 Review of a Pamphlet entitled. Moderation a Virtue 1704 

5781 Relation of the Sufferings of Mr. Henry Pitman, Chirurgeon to 

the Duke of Monmouth 1689 

5782 Religion of the Dutch 1680 

5783 Relation of the Manner of the depofing King Edward IL 1689 
^78^ . Of the bloody Maflacre at Pans 1678 

5785 Re- 



2i6 E KG L I S IL Quarto; 

5785 Remarks on the Anfwer to thfc Scots Prefljyterian Eloquence 1694 

5786 Rawleigh's, Sir Walter, Ghoft, or England's Forewarner 1626 

5787 Rycharde Rolle, Hermyte of Hampull, his Contemplacyons of 

the Drede and Love of God, Black Letter, printed by Wynhyn de 
WordCy 
J788 Reflexions on the Oaths and Declaration appointed in an Aft paf- 
fed in the firft Year of the Reign of King William and Queen 
Mary ■ • 1695 

5789 Reafons for an European State < • ^ — 1710 

5790 Report of the Proceedings of the Houfe of Peers on flating the 

publick Accompt of the Kingdom — — 1703 

5791 Refleftions on the Oblervations on Hickeringhill's Sermon, Curfe 

ye Morcz . ■ 1680 

5792 Remarks upon the Enquiry into the Meafures of SubmiiRon to the 

fupream Authority ■ 1689 

5793 Relation of the State of New En^Jand 1689 

5794. Remarks on the Letter to the Author of the State Memorial 1706 

5795 Remedie for the Want of Money. 

5796 Reflexions upon the late famous Petition and the well Timing of it 

1 69 1 

5797 Royal Apology, or an Arfwer to the Rebel's Plea 1684 

5798 Reafons fubmitted to the Parliament for taking ofl" the Excife upon 

Beer and laying it upon Malt ■ ' 1695 

5799 Rofs's Relation of the memorable P^fTages at Tangier 1681 

5800 Relation of the remarkable Tranfadions of the lafl Campaigne in 

the Confederate Army 1693 

5801 Reynard the Fox, 'vcith Cuts, black Letter, 

5802 Remarkable Paffages concerning the Hollanders fmce the Death of 

Queen Elizabeth * • - ■ ■ '673 

5803 Relation of a very extraordinary Cure of Mariane Maillard 1693 
■5804 Rarities of the World ■ 1658 

5805 Relation of a ftrange Birth which was born at Stonehonfein Plim- 

mouth the 20ch of Oftober, 1635 • • ■ 1635^ 

5806 Reflexions upon that Ad of the Gloucefter Council which occa-*'- 

fioned Dr. Fowler's printing his Difcourfe of OfFencei 1685 

5807 Relation of Mr. John Cook's Pafl'age by Sea from Wexford to 

Kingfale • 1 6 50 

5808 Report of the Phyficians and Surgeons at the Opening King Wil- 

liam's Body 1 702 

5'8c9 Reflexions upon the Theory of the Earth 1 699 

5810 Reply to the Anfwer made to the three Royal Papers 1686 

581 1 Relation of the unjuft and barbarous Proceedings againft the Eng- 

lifli at Arnboyna 1624 

58 r 2 Roberts on Witchcraft - — ' 1616 

5813 Reprefentation of the Advantages arifing by theereXingof Manu- 

faXories, tfpecially of the Woollen Cloth — Edini. 1683 

5814 Relation of the intolerable Oppreffions exercifed by Sir Sackvilie 

Crow, Ambaflador at ConltantinopJe — 1646 

5815 Reafons in Defence of the ftanding Laws about the Right of Pre- 

fentations in Patronages Edinb. fjOT, 

5816 Robinfon's England's Safety in Trade's Increafe 1641 

5817 Report of certctiri wonderful Overflowings of Waters in Someifet. 

(hire, Norfolk, &c. Black Letter 

5818 Remarks upon the State of Excife after' the Uriofl, 

"^ ' 5819 Re- 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 217 

5819 Relation of the Arrival and Entertainment of Prince Charles nt the 
Court of Madrid • 1623 

^820 • Of the late Earthquake and Irruption of Mount ^Etna 

1669 

5821 Rainolde's Foundation of Rhetoricke, Black Letter 1563 

5^22 Rabiftia's Parallel between Mr. Love's Treafon and the many 
thoufands that are hang'd for Theft 

^23 Refleftionson the City Charter and Writ of Quo Warranto 1682 

5824 Remonftrance of the Direftors of the Netherland Eaft India 

Company ■ — ■ — 1632 

5825 Relation of the feveral Engagements of his Majefty's Fleet under 

the Command of Prince Rupert • 1673 

5S26 Ruin to Ruin, after Mi(ery to Mifery 1699 

5827 Relation of the Departure of the Prince of Wales from Madrid 

1623 

5828 Royal Feftivities made at Madrid to honour the cfpoufal Treaties 

of the illuftrious Prince of Wales with the Lady Infanta Maria 

1623 

5829 Royal Entertainments given to the illuftrious Prince Charles by the 

high and mighty Philip the Fourth of Sp>.in • 1623 

5830 Relation containing the Solemnities at the Eledion and Coronation 

of the Emperor Ferdinand — — 1620 

5831 Relation of a dreadful Storm of Wind, Thunder, and Lightning 

mix'd with Rain and Hail, at Utrecht and Amfterdam 1674 
jjgjz Of the terrible Earthquake at Weft Brummridge in Staf- 

fordfhire <— — • 1676 

5833 ' Of the fudden and violent Temped at Oxford 1682 

58J4 Regius, on Chrift's Sermon going to Emaus, Black Letter 157S 

5835 Ryley's Vifions «•'■ ...■ — • - 1710 

5836 Ralegh's, Sir Walter, Difcoveryof Guiana ■ ■• 159*^ 

5837 Relation of the Travels of Mr. Bu(h, a Gentleman who with his 

owne Hands, without any other Man's Helpe, made a Pynace in 
which he paft by Ayre, Land, and Water, from Lambourne in 
Earkfliire to the Cuftom Houfe Key in London, Black Letter 

1608 

5838 Revelation of Revelations, by Jane Lead - 1683 
*5838 Ripley's Compound of Alchymy, nuith MS Notes — 1591 

5839 Relation of the Lord De la Warre, Governour and Captain Ge- 

neral of the Colonic planted in Virginia i5i i 

3840 Raporte of the Execution of certaine Tray tours ac Tibourne, Black 
Letter ■ ■ 1582 

5841 Report of the Militarie Services done in the Low Countries by the 

Erie of Leicefter, Black Letter • 1587 

5842 Relation concerning the Particulars of the Rebellion in Mufcovy 
raifed by Stenko Razin ■ 1672 

5843 Refleftions on the repeated Vindication of the Coantefs Dowager 

of Eflexand the Bilhop of Salifbury, relating to the Earl of E(- 
fex's Death in the Tower, a Manu/cript /airly lur^te, by L. 
Braddon. 

5844 Relation of the Morder of Mr. Thomas Scott, Preacher of God's 

Word 1628 

5845 Review of the furprifing Condud of a few Trader's in Relation to 

the Bankrupt? h&, 

E e 5S45 Relation, 



2i8 E N G L I S II Qy ARTot 

5846^ Relation of the Hog-faced Gentlewoman, called Mrs. Tannakin 
Shinker, who was bewitched in her Mother's Womb in the Year' 
1 61 8 ■ •■ ■ ' 1640 

5847 - " Of the late Journey of the Jefuits banifhed out of the 
Kingdoms of Bohemia and Hungary 1620 

5.848 Royalifts Defence, vindicating the King's Proceeding', 

5.849 Rtign of Guftavus King of Sweden, Son of Ericus ■ 1658 

5850 Reply, with the Occafion thereof, to a late rayling, lying, re- 

prochful and blafphemous Libel of the PapjftejS againft God, his 
Truth, his anointed, the whole State and' univerfal Church of 
Chrill, B^ack Letter, ivitbout Date 

5851 Rudyard and Gibfon on Tithes ■' — — 1673 
5-852 Relation of. the diabolical Fraftices of above 20 Wizards and 

Witches in tl^ Kingdom of Scotland • '^97'. 

5853 Reynolds on the Abllinence of Martha Taylor, who lived 12' 
Months without Meat or Drink 1669 

5^54 Reportarie of the moll Triumphant and Royal Accomplifhraent of; 
the Baptifme of the moft Excellent, right High, and Mightie 
Prince Frederick Henry, by the Grace of God, Prince of Scot- 
land, Black Letter >— - ' ■ ■ 1 594 

5-855 Relation of the fud and lamentable Accidents which happened in 
and about the Parifh Church of Withycombe, in' the Dartmoores 
in Devonfliire, on the 2 1 11 of Oftober, 1638, 2 Parts 1638 

5856 Reprefentation of the Field OfHcers and Captaines of the Trained' 

Bands of the City of London, to his Highhefs Richard Lord 
Proteitcr — • — '— . 1659 

5857 Remcrs of Confcyence, Black Letter, printed hy Wynkyn ieVVorde 

ii'ithaut Date 

5858 Runawaye's Anfwer to a Book called; a Rod foraRunawaye 1625 

5859 Relation of the Proceedings againft John Ogilvie, a Jcfuit, exe- 

cuted at Glafgow ' 161 5 

5860 ■' Of all the remarkable Places obfery'd in the Travels of 

the Earl of Arundel and Surrey 1637 

5-S61 Returne of the renowned Cavalino Pafquil of England, from the 
other Side of the Seas — ^ ' ; ' . 1589 

5862 Recantations pronounced by Wylliam Tedder and Anthony Tyr- 

rel, fometime two Seminarie Priefts, at I^ul's Crofs — — 1583' 

5863 Relation of the Sufteriirgs of Kather.'ne Evans and Sarah Chevert,' 

in the Inquifjtion in the Jile of Malta — — — 1662 

5864 Rich's Honellie of this Age > 161 5 

5865 Relation of 7 Yeares Slavsrie of Fr. Knight, an Englilh Mercharsr 

1 640 

5866 Robnrte's Revenue of the (/ofpcl is Tythes 1615 

jSO/ Relation ot the moll (:ro'peroiis Voyage made in the l.^ifcovery of 

the Land of Virginia, by Capt. Geo, Waymouth, black Letter 

1605 

566S Rxh's Ala>-m to England, foreiliewing what Perils are procureJ 

where the People live without Regard to the martial Law, black 

. L^^t»r --^ „_ *__^. 157& 

5S69 Relation of the Arraignment and Execution of Witches in the 

County of ElTex- . . -«r .. 1645 

^ ;o _ Of the Devil Balnnm's Departure out of the Body of the 

Mother 1 riorcfle of the Urfuline Nuns of Lonion 1636 

5871 Rg^m for the Cobler of GiyuteiUi- and his Wife 166.S 

5872 Rc- 



i: 



ENGLISH. Quarto: 219 

V?72 R-elation of the glorious Triumphs and Orders of the Ceremonies 
obferved in the iVIarriagexif.Iurjg-XJharles and the Ladie Henri- 
etta Maria, Sifter to the King of France ■ 1625 

5S7.3 Of the Reception ef his iWajeftie and condufting him thro' 

the City of London ■ - ■ 1 660 

^874 Royal Oak, celebrated in Honour of Sir Richard Brown, Barenet, 

Lord Mayor ■ 1 660 

^875 Randolph's Plays and Poems ■ • ■ — ^634 

5876 Shakefpeare's Works, by Mr. Pope, 7 vol. hrge Paper 1725 
^Z]-/ Simon's New Teflament, witii critical Remarks, large Paper z vol. 

1730 

5878 Statutes of the moll honourable Order of the Bath — — 1725 

5879 Salluft, tranflated by Mr. Gordon — — 1744 
^880 Stukeley's Account of a Roman Temple and other Antiquities 

near Graham's Dike in Scotland, luith Guts and MS AMitiom hy 

the Author. 
5881 ■ Palajographia Sacra • ■ ■ »■ 1736 

^882 Stevens's Spanish and Eirglifh Didionary ■ 1726 

5883 Salmon's Palladio Londinenfis, or the London Art of Buildings 

.nvitb Cuts • " ■ ■ — — _ - 1738 

^5884 Switzer's Syftem of Water and Water- works, nuithCuts, 2 vol. 

»734 

.5885 Short's Hiftory of Mineral Waters of Derbyfliire, Lmcolnfhire, 

and Yorkfhire, z vol. ■ ■ ' — <— 1734 

J5886 Sharp's Geometry imp rov'd — ■ '^7^7 

5887 Smythie's .Vindication from the foul Calumnies of Dr. Harrifon 

' ■'• 170* 

^88j8 Sprat's Hiftory of the Royal Society, iviih Cuts, large Paper 

1667 
5889 Steele's Importance of Dunkirk confidercd ■ 1713 

589,0 Streeie'sAUronomia Carolina ■ • • ■ ■• 1710 

5891 Sparrow'.*; Collection of Articles, Injundions, Canons, andOrders 

of the Church of England • • 1684 

r 892 ,Stowe's Ann«ls of England, large Paper, black Letter idoi 

5S93 Simoi^'s critical Hillory of the Old and New Tellament, 3 vol. 

1682 
5894 Stubbe's Reply to the Lord Bacon's Relation of the Sweating Sick- 

nefs " —___—.». ■ 1 67 1 

jTggj Scoart's Joco-ferious D.Jfcourfe in two Dialogues, between a Nor- 
thumberland Gentleman and his Tennnt, a Scotchman 1686 
^896 Selden's Table Tivk ' • — — . 1689 

5897 Strange News frcai Arpington near Eexley in Kent '^79 

5898 .Stubbes's Legends no Hiftories, or Animadverfionsupon the Hifto- 

ry of the Royal Society . ■. 1670 

•s 899 Pwlr. Smirke, Qr Divine in Mode ■ • 1676 

5900 Succeflion to the Crown pf England confidered 1701 

-^g^i Speeches &f the two Minifters Mr. John King, and Mr. John 

Kidd, at the Place o' Execution ■ » 1680 

5902 Sherlock's two Kings of Brainford brought upon the Stage i6qi 
^963 Shorten Way with the Diffencers, or I'ropofals for the Eftablifh- 

■■' ment of ^he Church • • *I70.2 

"5904 Smith's England's Improvement revived — »— 1673 

59©^ Soniner's Antiquities of Canterbury, <i-:jth Cuts 1640 

.5906 Sewell's Nether Dutch and Englifh Dictionary, 2 vol — 1708 

B. t z ^<:)Q-j Scotch 



220 ENGLISH. QvARTo.'^ 

5(507 Scotch Prefljyterian Eloquence '• 1699 

rooS Sad and lamentable Condition of the Proteftants in Ireland 168 
cgoQ Seneca on the Shortnefs of Life, tranflatcd into an EnglHh Poem 

i663 
CO to State of the Church and the Difleatcrs in refpcifl to their prefent 

Pretenfions • — ■- . • 1705 

roll Sutherland's Ship Builder's Afiiftant, it'zV^ Ca/j ■ 1711 

5912 Scotch Echo to the Englifh Legion, or the Union in Danger 

1707 
5915 Salt Water fweetned • « 1683 

5914 Seton's Speech in Parliament on the firft Article of Union 1706 

5915 State of the Controverfy betwixt united and feparate Parliaments 

1706 

5916 Some Paffages of the Houleof Lords in the Winter Seflions of Par- 

liament • ■ ' • 169s 

5917 Sherlock's Anfwer to the Debate between Satan and Sherlock 

1677 

5918 Subjefts Right of Petitioning fet forth • 1701 

,5919 State of the Cafe concerning the Eleftion of a Provojl of Queen's 

College in Oxford < • ■ 1 704 

5920 Sidney's Self-convidion, or his dying Paper condemn'd to live 

1684 

5921 State of Parties and of thePublick, 

5922 Seafonable Advice to all Proteftant People of England — i68i 
£923 Sermons preached before the Sons of the Clergy, by feveral cmi« 

nent Hands, 2 vol. 1655 

5924 Saviolo's Pradlife of the Rapier and Dagger • ■ '595 

5925 Sprat's Relation of the wicked Contrivance of Steph. Blackhead 

and Robr. Young againft the Lives of feveral Perfons 1693 

.5926 Secret Hiftory of the Truft • •- 1702 

5927 Satirical Reflexions on the Vices and Follies of the Age 1707 

5928 Statefmen of Abingdon < ' • • »702 

5929 SmoakingFlax unquenchable, where the Union betwixt the two 

Kingdoms is diffeiSed, anatomiz'd, confuted and annuU'd, 

5930 Stokcb's Vaulting Matter, or the Art of Vaulting, nvith Cutt 1652 

5931 Sayings and Apothegms of fundry learned and eminent Divines oi" 

the Church of England — 1683 

5932 Strange News from Italy, or a Relation of an Earthquake iq Ro- 

mania • ■ ■ . • ' - 1672 

5933 Scafonable.and modefl: Thoughts concerning the Scots Eafl; India 

Company, 
.5934 Spencer's Expedition againll the French in the Caribbee Iflands 1691 

5935 Sellers's pradtica! Navigatio!! — ^ ■ 171 1 

5936 Seafonabic Addrefs to both Houfes of Parliament concerning the 

Suiccflion ■ . ■ — i6Si 

..59a7 Speeches of thcl'ar! of Shaftlbnry and Duke of Buckingham 1675 

,59^8 SutclifFti's PraLlicc of Arnies, hiack Letter • 1593 

5939 Stubby's Cenfure on the liiflory of the Royal Society, with other 

WathcmaticalTraCls — . • 1670 

594c Strange PieJiclions of Cleombrotus, a«i Heathen Jew — 1679 

5941 Spencer's Fairie Qucenc, 2 vol 1596 

5942 Sovereign Right and Power of the People over Tyrants 1609 
' 5943 ScaCe of the iXavy confidcr'd, in Relation to the Viflualllng 

16^9 
5944 Sfint 



'ENGLISH. Quarto: 's^i 

5944 Spirit of Calumny and Slander examined, challis'd and cxpos'd 

1695 

5945 Savery's Navigation improv'd, or the Art of rowing Ships of all 

Rates in Calms 1 69S 

5946 State of Mr. Paterfon's Claim upon the Equivalent -— ^ 1712 
^g^7 of the Papift and Proteftant Proprieties iri Ireland 1689 

5948 Sober and feafonable Queries offered to al! good Proteftants in Eng. 

5949 Schifm of the Church of England demonftrated — 1688 

5950 Sherlock's Prefervative againlt Popery - — — — 1688 

5951 Sandford's Spanifh Grammar • ■ ^635 

5952 Swearers, or Innocence oppreft and facriiiced — i68c 

5953 St foine improv'd — — •■ ■• "i^J^ 

5954 Suppieffing of the AfTembly of the pretended She-Jefuits, by Pope 

Urban the Eighth ■■ ■ 1631 

5955 Survey hiftorical and political of the Life and Reign of Henry Ill- 

King of England ■ 1680 

5956 Smith's Proclamation to the Inhabitants of England concerning 

Farting and Prayer - . 167J 

5957 Stanbrydge's Accidence and Grammar and Vocabulary ///^ri Letter 

printed by Wynkyn de Worde, ivithout Date 

^9-8 — Parvula, black Letter, 

printed in Caxton^s Houfe by Wynkyn de Worde, njuithout date 
59 J9 Scot's Epifcopal Innocence __ __ — 1694 

5660 Short Scheme of Ufurpations. 

5661 Symond's New Year's Gift to the Parliament, or England's Gol- 

den Ffeece preferv'd — — ' — 1 702 

5662 Smith's Quakers Spiritual Court proclaim'd — 1669 
^663 Sermon prepared to the preach 'd at the enterment of the renowned 

Obfervator — — — 1682 

56^4 Sayeinges of the wyfe Men of Grece, in Englilh and Latin, black 

Letter f imprinted by Thomai Berthelette^ nvithout Date, 

5665 Story's Hiftory of the Wars of Ireland — — 1695 

5666 Seafonable Treatife on the Scholars reafonableAddrefTes ——1678 

5667 Spirit of France and politick Maxims of Lewis XIV". laid open to 

the World — — — — — 1689 

5668 Seafonable Advice to the Citizens, Burgeffesand Freeholders of 

England ._ __ ' 1685 

5669 Stateof the National Debt, as it ftood Dec. 24, 17 16, compared 

with the Debt at iViichaelinss 172^ — — 1J27 

1^6-jo Scotland'» great Advantr.ges Vy kn Union with England i 706 

5671 Severus's, Empeiour, Speech to the Common People of Rome 

1683 

9 Sutcliffe's Ecclefiaftical Difcipline - — — 159« 

^"'"^cBifhop King's Legacy ■■ ■ 1624 

5973 Stephens's accountable Dealings of fome Roman Catholick Mifli- 
, onaries of this Nation 1703 

5974 Scot's Platforme of a Koppe Garden, black Letter 1 578 

5975 Strong's Joanereidos, or Feminine Valour at the Siege of Lime 

1674. 
'5976 S;lvcr's Paradoxes cf Defence ., 1590 

5977 Sinclair's State of Affairs, humbly offered to the High Court of 

P<jrliament — , 170^ 

5978 Speculum Crape Gownorum • »6^^ 

5^79 Spirit of the Quakers tried ■,. . 1672 

5980 Surey 



222 .E N G L I S H. QyART.a 

59S0 Surey Demon lack — — «— — ' 1697 

ihS I SuUingfleei's Irenicum, or Weapon Salve for the Churches Wound^ 

i66r 

598; Scammozzi's Architefture, nvj/hCutj • — — .1676 

^983 Sherwood's charit.tble Peft-M;ifttr, or the Cure of the Plague J641 
5984 SolinusPoIyhiltor's Worker, tranDated by Arth. Golding, i>iaci 

'"^Letter _ • ■ • 1587 

j^Sj Speech of Sir Berij. Rudierd Jnbehalfe of the Clergie 1628 

rgS6 State of our Condition with Relation to the prefcnt Parliament. 
'59S7 Sadler's Mcmoii3, or the Life and Death of the famous Thief 

Tho. Sadler ' -^ — — ' ' 1677 

^988 S(pecches, Difcourfcs and Prayersof Col. John Barkftead, &c. at 

, • their ExecutiDn at Tybura ■ ■ ■■ ■ = 161 2 

■^989 Safety of England ■ _— __ 1695 

^990 Spencer's Shephcard's Calender, ^/af^ Zf/^^r ■■■■ 1591 

599 1 Scheme of Scotland'a Produft and Manpfaifluries. 

'1^99^; Syr. Fh. Sydney his AUrophel and Stella, luithout "Date. 

59£)3 vfCCKCts of Pliiucke and Philofophic, Uack Letter • 1599 

rfj94 Short View of both Reports in Relation to the Iri(h Forfeitures 

1 70 1 
^995 Statcof Scotland, under the pafl and prefent Adtniniftratlon 1703 

1,996 Smith's Commqnueilth of England ' — 1621 

■^997 S^trada's Mufical Duel ' 1671 

^998 Si:erlcy's Ij.avels into Ferf?. ■ • 161 2 

5999 Sergeant's fifth Caiholick Letter - ■ ■ ■ ■ • 1688 

jboco Serious and paflionate Addrefs of the Church of England to heyr 
Sons ■ ■ — ^ 1689 

6001 Scotch Mift cleared up to prevent Engliflimen bein^ wet ^othe 

Skin 

6002 Sprat's Plague of Athens * ■ 1661J 
11003 Sherlock'^E "Prefer vativp ,confidercd ■ — — 1 6!?^ 

6004 Serarib's Warning to the woeful World, by a Voice 19 3 Ts'^rtions 

■ ' ' 1662 

6005 State of the Excife vindicated. 

6006 Simple Cobler's Boy with his Lap full of Caveats — — 164^ 

fcco7 o-idlier's Hiftory of the Cophts • — ^" ^ 1693 

t'OcS S;nith's ObCervations and Orders MyLjtarie ■ - .I59;)' 

'6009 StJimharie of certaine Rcafons which h2.ve moved theQueencs IWa-- 

jcftie to proceed in Reformation of her bafe and courfe Monies, 
nvit^ Cuts, il^ci Zettcr, imprinted by Richard Jugge and John 
CaiL^tod^ '■ 

6c ic Saxon 7 reatife concerning the Old and NewTellamcnt ■ 1623 

6011 Swcdiili Intciiigf ncer • i^jTi 

6ci2 Satyr agairit Vcrtue • ■ " ■ ■ 1679 

6013 SpalatcV, ArchbiiTiop, his' Shiftings in Religion • • 1624 

60:4 Survey cf certain duJogical Difcourfe^ written by John Deacon 

conccining the PofTcflion and Dilpofftfljon of Divels —1602 

'■;0'5 Salcsbury's Dictionary in Englyfhe and Uellhe, black Letter 1547 

to\t SutciiH-t'i Survey of Popery • i6c5 

601 7 iorrowe's Joy, or a Larhentation for the Dece:;fe of Queen Eliza- 
beth' ■ — 1603 

6018 Strange and menftrous Birth, a Relation of a Woman delivered of 

a. live I'o-d, a dead Ch'ild and" a liv.:i;g Serpent ■2675 

■ ■ 6019 Strangling 



E N G I I S H,, Quarto, 225. 

6019 SirangUng and Death' of the Great Turke and his two Sonr:-, 



I J. 



6020 Spelman's de Sepultura _ — — ^— — — r- 1641 

602 1 Survey of Newcaftle upon Tine ■ • .... ■ ^ 1649 

6022 Speeches of Major General Harrifon and other Regicides at their 

Execution ■ • 1660 

6023 Sundry Things from feveral Hands concerning the Univerfuy o£ 

Oxford ■ — 1659 

6024 Strength out of Weaknefs, or the Progrefs of the Gofpel in New- 

England ■ - 165? 

6025 Speedy Poil, with a Packet of Letters and Complements — 1672 

6026 School-Mailer, or Teacher of Table Philafophie, h/aci Letter-' 

1576; 
6&27 Speculum Jefuiticum, or Jefuits Looking Glafs • 1629 

6028 State Myftsries of the Jefuites ^623^ 

6029 Spaniffi Mafquerade; black Letter • '5^9-, 

6©30 Speech and Deportment of Col. James Turner, at his Execution 

for Felony and Burglary in Leadenhall-Street < 1663. 

6031 Stradling's Beati Pacifici, a Divine Poem 1625 

6032 Stubbe's Miraculous Conformift, or an Account of Mr. Greatarick: 

1 665 

6033 Steame's Confirmation and Difcovery of Witchcraft 1648 

6034 Spaniffl Mandevile of Myracles iSiS" 

6035 .Schoole of Salcrnes Regiment of Health • ■ 1634 

6036 Silk Wormes and their Flies, lately defcribed in Verle ^599 

6037 Shore's Wife -^— • 1593 

6038 State of the Colony arid Affaires in Virginia • lb2z 

6c39 Sherley's Hiltory of Muley Yi^mtX., black Letter • 1609' 

6040 Spencer''s Cotnplaintes of the World'es Vawtie '591 

7041 Sclater's Queftion of Tythes rcvifed 1623 

6'042 Sacrilege facredly handled ■ ■ • 1619 

6043 Survey of the Lord High Steward of England. 

6b44 Subverfion of Robert Parfons's three Converfions. of England 

i6o6 

6045 SmytheV Militane Difcourfes — ■ ■ - — 1 590 

6046 Spegtht's Mouzell for Melaftomus ■ ■» 1617 

6047 Selden on fingle Combat • • • 1610 

6048 Seneca on Confolation . ■■ 1 635. 

6049 Shake-Speares Sonnets . ■ " 1609 

6050 Smith's Complaint of the paffionate defpifed Shepheard 159^ 

6051 Spa-riifh Pilgrime ■ 1625 

6052 Strange Newes from India, or the Eafl-India Paflages further dit- 

covered ■ — - — - ■ 1652 

6053 -^ ■ from Bartholomew- Fair ■ ■ .. 1661 

6054 Shining Light, or Difcovery of the Northermoft and Weftermoft 

Parts — ■ ,662 

605^5 Somethings written by Occafion of that fatall and memorable Ac- 
cident in the Black Friers, on Sonday the 26th of Od. 1623, 

1625 

6056 Tomh'nfon's Artof Dancing, ivith Cufs 1-3; 

6057 Theobald's Shakefpearereilored . 1726 

6058 Thoughts concerning Religion, natural and revealed, and Manner 

of underftanding Revelation, tending to (hew that Chriilianity is 

indeed very near as aid as the Creation' 1735 

6059 Thomas's 



224 E JSf G L I S H. Quarto: 

^'o^g Thomas's Survey of the Cathedral Church of Worcetlcr, fwUh 

6060 Tournefort's Voyage to the Levant, ivith Cuts, 2 vol, -— — 1718 

6061 Trial between Henry Duke of Norfolk, Plaintiff and John Ger- 

maine. Defendant, at the King's-Bench-Bar, at Weftminfter 

1693 

6062 ^' Condemnation and Execution of Mary Goodenough, for 

the Murder of her Baftard Child ' 1692 

6063 Temple of Solomon and Tabernacle of Mofes, with all their Ap- 

purtenances • — — 1725 

6p64 Tryal of Peter Zenger of New- York, Printer — 1738 

6065 Thompfon on the Gout -• ■ - ■■ . ■ 1740 

6066 Treatife of Monies and Exchanges — — i.1707 

6067 ■ of the Sea and Sea-Laws, the fecond Edition. 

6068 Thoughts upon the Nature of the Humane Soul ■ 1704 

6069 Triumphs of London, for the Entertainment of Sir James Edwards 

Knight, Lord Mayor 1678 

6070 Treaty of Peace and Friendfiiip, between England and France, 

concluded at Utrecht ■ • 171 3 

6071 Tryals of feveral Witches in New-England " - 1693 

6072 Tyfon's Anatomy of a Porpefs « 1680 

6073 '-Tate's praftical Treatife upon feveral different and ufeful Subjefts 

1732 

6074 Telfair's Confutation of Sadducifm « '■ 1696 

6075 Taxes no Charge ■ »■ « ^ ■ ■ '> 1690 

6076 Tutchin's Treatife of the Navy - a ». ——1704 

6077 Truth and Honefty in plain Englifli "" ■ ■■■« 1679 

6078 Triumphs of London, for the Entertainment of Sir John Fleet, 

Knt. Lord Mayor •■ - — 1692 

6079 Treatife touching the Eaft-India Trade w___- 1664 
6080'Tinners Grievances, or a Narrative fhewing the Reafons of the 

continual Fall of the Price of Tin ■ — — 1697 

6081 Tutchin's Search after HoneHy ■ ■ 1697 

6082 Treatife concerning the broken Succeffion of the Crown of England 

1655 

6083 Free Thoughts, occ.afioned by the Heads of Agreement aflented to 

by the united Minifters in and about London • 1691 

6084 Tell of the Church of England's Loyalty .' 1 703 

6085 Treatife of Monarchy » ' 1689 

6086 Tradls, pro and con, relating to the Human Soul, 3 vol.— 1703 

6087 Treatife of Taxes and Contributions > • 1679 

6088 Thoughts concerning the Maintenance of the Poor ■ 1700 

6b8g Tindal on the Laws of Nations and Rights ofSoveraigns — 1694 

6C90 Trever's EfT.iy for P>.f ftoring of our decay 'd Trade "^^IJ 

6'ogi_ True Englifhman, being ;i \'indic.ition of the AddrCifes prefented 

to his Majefty for liis late gracious Declaration — 1681 

^tCjZ Taylor on the Surry Impolture proved upon the Difrenter8T-i698 

6*093 Turkifh Secretary — i683 

6^894 Triumphs of London, for the Eritertainment of Sir William Af- 

harft, Knt. Lord Mayor- • 1693 

6^95 1 houghts of a priv.ue Ferfon, aboyt the Jullice of the Gentleraens 

Undertaking at York • — '■ • *.'.■■■. ■ 1689 

C:.jj Tiuc Tell ol the Jefijits, or the Spirit of that Society—— ——1688 

6097 Thomas 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 225 

)097 Thomas of Reading, -or the fix worthie Yeomen of the Weft, black 

Letter • ■ ■ • 163 a 

joqS Tribe of Iffichar, or the Afs Couchant, a Poem — 1691 

3099 Tom a Lincoln, the red Rofe Kniglit - ^ 1705 

3 100 Treatife declaring and confirming the Title of James the Sixth, 

King of Scotland to the Succefiion of the Crown of England, 

^lOi Turner on Fornicatian 1696 

;)i02 Truth brought to Light, or the corrupt Pradifes of fome Perfons 

at Court laid open ■ . ■■ ■ ■ 1694 

5103 Thorius's Spanifti Grammar, i/aci Letter '59° 

5i04 Tryal and Martyrdom of King Charles I. of glorious Memory 

1689 
6105 Thoughts about Trade, 
f) 1 06 Taverner's Experiments on Fifh and Fruite 1600 

6107 Truth vindicated againit the pretended Confefllon of Edward Fitz- 

Hsrris — 1681 

6108 Tribe of Levi, a Poem • 1691 

6109 Tory Plot, or the Difcovery of a Defign carried on by our late 

Addreffers and Abhorrers to alter the Government 1682 

6110 Treatife concerning the Regulation of the Coyn of England 1696 
61 M Toland's Difcourfcs upon Coins ■ ■ 1696 

6112 Three Treatifes concerning Scotifli Difcipline ■ ■ - 1661 

61 1 3 Tufier's five hundred Points of good Hufbandry, h/ack Letter 

xGyt 

61 14 True Cefs, by exn£l intrinfick Value of all real Eftates rightly 

ftated " ■ • 1691 

6115 Treatife, wherein is demonftrated that the Eaft India Trade is the 

molt National of all foreign Trades ■ • — 1681 

6116 Tongue Combat lately happening between two Englilh Souldiera 

in tne Tilt Boatof Gravelend — — ■' 1623 

61 17 Treatife, wherein is fet forth the Art of Limning, which teach- 

eth the Order in drawing and tracing of Letters, Vinets, Flow- 
ers, Armes, and Imagerie, black Letter • • «605 

6118 Treatife concerning Adultery and Divorce — 1700 
61 ig True Charafier of a Churchman < ■ 1702 

6120 Tory's Difcourfe of mixt Marriages — — . i68o 

fci2i Treatife concerning Impropriations of Benefices, by Fr. Bigod, 

6tz2 Taubman's London's yearly Jubilee ■ 1686 

6123 Top's Olive Leaf, or univerlal Abe ■ 1603 

6124 Treatife in Englyihe and Frenche, right neceffarye and profitable 

for all young Children, ^/afi Z^/Z^T ■ ■ 1560 

6125 Trad againft CJfury prefented to the High Court of Parliament 

1686 

6126 Treatife of Speflres, Vifions and Apparitions • ■■■ ■ i6oj 
0127 Taylor's Goofe, defcribing the Wild Goofe, the Tame Goofe, 

the Taylor's Goofe, the Winchefter Goofe, the Clack Goof?, 
the Soleand Goofe, the Hunniburne Goofe, Goofe upon Goofe, 
by John Taylor »■ - 1621 

6128 Treatife of the Plague, by Tho. Lodge, black Litter r6o3 

6129 Thomas aKempison the followycge of Chrift, black Litter, prints 

td by Wynkyn de Worde, 'without Date. 
6 J 30 Truth 'orojght to Light by Time, or a Narrttive of thefirJd 14^ 

Years Reign of King James ■ ■ » -• i65^> 

613 1 Trace's DsitruiVion is England's Rttine, Qx^pftdcciy*! 1659 

F f 6ij3 TO* 



220 IL 1\ U J^ 1 :i Jti. Vi^ARTO. 

6132 Tob:\cco tortured, or the filthie Fume of 7'ob"cco refined 1616 

33 Travniles and moil miferable Caprivitie of V/iiliam Davies Barber 
Surgeon of London, under the Duke of F!ori;ncc, black Letter 

1614 

34 Triumphs over Death, or a Confolatorie Epiftle for afflifted Minds 

1596 

6135 Thornbiirgli's Laft Will and Teftament of Jefus Chrift 1630 

6136 Tryon on Trade ■ — — — 1698 

6137 Tryal of Mens Wits and Difpofitions i6i6 

6138 True Copy of the infolent, cruel, barbarous, and blafphemous 

Letter lately written by the Great Turk againft the King of Po- 
land ■■ ■ ' • — — 1621 

39 Treatife wherein Dicing, Dauncing, vain Playes, or Enterluce?, 
commonly ufed on the Sabbath Day, are reproved, black Letter 

6140 Two fp?.re Keys to the Jefuits Cabinet ■■ 1632 

6141 Troubles at Frankford in Germany about the Common Prayer, 

black tetter • — — »57f 

42 Two very remarkable Relations concerning the Grievances for Re- 
ligion in Germany ■ ■ - 1620 

43 Turbcrville's Book of Falconrie, or Hawking, with Cuts, ^/^ci 
Letter — — i6li 

6144 Treafure of F.uonymus, black Letter 

6145 Travaylcd Pilgrime, bringing News from all Parts of the Worlde, 

fuch like fcarce heard of before, ii-itb Cuts, black Letter 1569 
6 «46 Three Choice Charafters of Marriage, nvithout Date 
ti^/ Taylor's nipping, or fnipping of Abufes, or the Wool-gathering 

of Witte -.. 1614 

48 Treatife of the Reafon and Caufes of th^ Exportation of Money 

and Bullion > • . .. • — • 1697 

4p Of Politick Power, and of the true Obedience which 

Subjedls owe to Kings • • 1 689 

50 Tryaf of Sir Henry Vane, Knt. at the King's Bench 1662 

51 -.__^ Of Wiiliam Pcnn and William Mead, at the Seffions Koufe 
in the Old Bailey • ■ 1670 

-2 . ~- Of the London Apprentices for pulling down Bawdy- 

Houfes • — i66'3 

5^ Tything Table, or Tnble of Tythes and Oblations 1635 

54 Treatife on the Lawfulnefs and Uniawfulnelsof fingle Combat 

1 6 ; 2 

55 Table of the Afli;:c of Bread • ^638 

5b Triumphs of the Prince d'Amour, a Mafque • 1635 

57 Tlicophania, or kvcral modern Hiilories reprefented by Way of 
Romance •• \6^:; 

58 Tuily's Love, black Letter —— 1628 

59 Teftamentary Duty of the Parliament of Scotland 1 707 

60 Trimmer, or neceflary Cautions concerning the Union of Scotland" 
and England . _____«__ \ yoS 

61 Treadle of Union of the two Realmes of England and Scotland 

J 604, 

62 ,TrumpetWown in Sion, founding an Alarm in God's holy Moun- 
tain . -— . — 1666 

63 Thanriefiades, or Chaftitie's Triumph 1602 

64. Tieatiie containing loine P»eulis and Cantelis Co be obfervlt and ef- 

cWwit in Scotjris Poeiie^ 
' ,■••■■* -'1.;^^. -. . 6165- Trya? 



ENGLISH. Quarto. 227 

6f65 Tryal of the famous Lodowick Muggleton for Blafphqmy 1677 

6166 Treafurie of hidden Secrets, ^/flfi /.f//fr . 1637 

6167 Tryon on Meats and Drinks, and on the Generation and Prcvenr 

tionofBugs ■ ' 1682 

6t63 Thomas's Italian Grammar, blackLetter ■ ■ 1567 

6169 Treatife of Ufa and Cultome < 1638 

6170 Trade's Increafe • ■ • 1615 

6171 Triumphs of Truth, for the Entertainment of Sir Thomas Middle- 

ton, Knt. Lord Mayor ■ '•■ 1613 

6172 Trial and Condemnation of the German Princcfc, at Juflice Hall 

in the Old Bailey 1672 

6173 Treatife declaring the Beginning and Ending of all Poperie, «m.//^ 

Cuts, Black Letter 1588 

6174 Town Miffes Declaration - 1675 

6175 Treatife on the Neceffitie and Ufe of^rcherie, blackLetter » 

1596 

6 1 76 Triumphs of Paris at the Reception and Entrance of their Majeftie's 

of France ■ 1 660 

6177 Treatileof Oathes exaded by Ordinaries and other ecclefiaflical 

Judges, proving the fame to be unlawful, nxithout Date 

6178 Virgil's ^neid, tranflatedby Mr. Pitt, 2 vol. large Paper 1740 

6179 iEnei, tranflated by Mr. Trapp, zvo\. 'i^ith Cuts, large 

Paper ■ j 1718 

6180 Voyage to Carolina, containing the Defcription and natural Hi- 

Ilory of that Country, by John Lawibn, Gent, large Paper 

1709 
61 3i View of the Court of St. Germains from the Year 1690 to 1695 

i6g6 
6182 Vindication of the Bifhop of Ely's Vifitorialjurifdidion over Tri- 
nity College in general, and over the Mailer thereof in particular 

1732 
161 Pj View of the Management of the late Scotch Miniftry 1709 

6184 Vindication of Mr. James Colmar Bachelor of Phyfick and FeU 

'. low of Exeter College in Oxford 1691 

^6185 Of the deprived Bifhops, /uppofed tobe^rote by Mr. Dod- 

ivell — ^— — — - - ■ 1692 

6186 Of his Majefty's Government and Judicatures in Scotland 

1683 

61S7 Of Oliver Cromwell from the ur.juftAccuCations of Lieut. 

General Ludlow in his Memoirs 1698 

61 ?8 Vindicis Juris Rc^ii, or Remarques on a Paper, entituled, an En- 
quiry into the Meafures of Submiflion to the fupream Authority 

. . 16S9 

6189 Vindication of the prefent great Revolution in England, in five 

Letters between James V/eUvood, M. D. and Mr. Jchn March, 

Vicar of Newcsltle upon Tyne — > 16S9 

6:90 Of the Minilteri.il Fundion ■ 1722 

6'l9i ■ Of the Oxford Hiftoriographer and his Works 1693 

6192 Violet's .Appeal to Caefar, wherein Gold and Silver is proved to be 

the King's Majeftie's Royal Commodity ■ 1660 

6; 03 Petition againlt the Jews prefen ted to the King's MajeUie 

i66i 
6194 View of the apparent Dangers and Mifchiefs from the Bank of 

£>'JL England — -<■ . 1707 

^W F f 2 6195 Ufhej's 



'i28 ENGLISH. Qltarto. 

6195 Ullier'5, Abp, ro*er communicated by God to the Prince and the 
Obedience required of the Subjett, ioumi in blue Turkey ^ gilt on 
the Leaves - ■ ■ » ■■ ■ • 1661 

6896 Voyage to the Antipodes ; a Simile, in a Dialogue between Re- 
marquo, a Member of the Englilh Flying Squadron, and aSayler 

1703 

6197 Vindication of feme among ourfelves, againll the falfe Principles of 
Dr. Sherlock — — — — — 1692 ' 

^,g8 - ■ of Mr. Percival Branfkell's Cafe, with an Account of 
2 1 Years moll remarkable PalTages . 1695 

6199 Vulpone; or. Remarks on fome Proceedings in Scotland 1707 

6200 Vindiciae Academiarum ; containing Animadverfions upon Mr. 

Webfter's Book, Itiled, the Examination of Academies 1654 

6201 Voyages and Travels, with Hiilorical Accounts of Difcoveries and 

Coaquefts in all Parts of the World, with Cutti — 1708 
§202 View of the State of the Trade to Africa 1708 

6203 Vindication of the Proceedings of his Majeftie's Ecclefiaftical Com- 

miflioners againft the BiiTiop of London • 1688 

6204 ■ of the Surry Demoniack as no Impoftor 1698 

6205 Verdifls of the Learned, concerning Virgil and Homer's Heroic 

Poem ^ 1697 

6206 Vindication of Dr. Arthur Bury, Redor of Exeter College 

1690 

6207 ' ■ of the Proceedings of the late Parliament of England 

1690 

6208 ' ■ " ■ — _ two laft Parliaments 

6209 Venner's Philofophical Difcourfe of the Nature of Diet 16 zo 

6210 Vindication of the Prince and Princefs of Denmark. 

621 X View of the Green Coat Hofpical, and other charitable Founda- 
tions in the Parifh of Shandon, Corke ■ 1 72 1 

6212 Verfes, by the Univerfity of Oxford, on the Death of Sir Bevill 

Grenville • ' — - 1684 

6213 Vindication of the Church of Scotland ■ 1691 

6214 VoxPopulij or the People's Claim to their Parliaments Sitting 

1681 

62 f 5 Vcgetiuson Martiall Policye, Featesof Chiwalrie, and whatfoever 

pertayneth to Warre, black Letter < iS7^ 

6216 Virgin Mary mifreprefented by the Roman Church 1688 

6117 Villany of the Stock-jobbers, detefted 1701 

6118 Utrum Horum ; or God's Ways of difpofing of Kingdoms, and 

fome Clergymens Ways of dilpofing of them ■ i6gi 

61 19 Vindication of the Englifh Catholicks, from the pretended Con- 

fpiracy againft the Life and Government of his Majefcy 

1690 

6120 ■ of the Rev. Mr. Alexander Ofborn, in Reference to the 

AfFairs of the North of Ireland — ■ ■ — i6go 

622J VoxPjpuli; or News from Spayne, which may ferve to forewarn 

both England and the United Provinces, how far to truft to Spa- 

nifh Pretences, 2 Parts . .-—___ 1620 

6212 Vox Regis; or the Difference betwixt a King ruling by Law, and 

- a Tyrant by his own Will ■ .. ■ ■ 1681 

6223 View of the Bank of St. George of Genoa, with fome Queries 

concerning the Bark of England. 

6224 Vin- 



ENGLISH, Quarto. 229 

6224 Vindication of Robert III. King of Scotland, from the Imputa- 

tion of Baftardy, by Geo. Vifcount of Tarbat 1695 

6225 - of the Ordinations of the Church of England 1688 

6226 • '■ ■'■■ of the Cafe of the Green Wax Times „ 1 683 

6227 View of the Aft of Navigation 1691 

6288 Vindication of theprefent Government of Ireland, under the Earl 

ofTirconncl 1688 

6229 Virgil's .^neidosi tranflated by Thomas Phaer, Eiq; b/ack Letter 

1596 

6230 Verllegan's Reftitution of decay'd Intelligence in Antiquities, con- 

cerning the EngliJh Nation, with Cutts 1628 

6231 Vox Coeli ; or Newes from Heaven, of a Confultation there held 

by the High and mighty Princes, King Hen. VIII. King Edw. 
VI. Prince Henry, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth and Queea 
Anne ■ — — 1624 

6232 Unio PoHtico-Poetico-Joco-Seria, written in the latter End of the 

Year 1703 — — . Edinb. 1706 

6233 Vaughan's Water Works; containing the Manner of Winter and 

Summer drowning of Meadow and Pafture 161 a 

6234 Ufe and Abufes of Money, and the Improvements of it 1671 

6235 Virginia's Difcovery of Silke-Wormes, with their Benefits 1650 

6236 Virginia impartially examin'd, and left to publick View 1649 

6237 Ulher's, Abp, Geographical and Hillorical Difquifition, touching 

Afia, properly fo called ' • 1643 

623S Ulurie'sSpright, conjured — 1604 

6239 Voice of the Lord in the Temple, or a moft Itrange and wonderful 

Relation of God's great Power, Providence and Mercy, in fend- 
ing very ftrange Sounds, Fires, and a fiery Ball into the Church 
of Anthony in Cornwall • ■ ■ 1640 

6240 Vignier on the Excommunication of the Venetians 1607 

6241 Virgil's firft Foure Books of his -^neis, uanflated by R. Stanyhurft 

Leiden 1582 

6242 Vaunting, Daring, and menacing Letter, fen t from Sultan Morat, 

the gret Turke, to Vladiflaus, King of Poland — 1638 

6243 Willis's Survey of Cathedrals, ivith Cuts, 3' vol. Large Paper 

'727 
6z^^Th&Z?imG, Small Paper 1742 

6245 Wood's Mechanical Effay on the Heart, 'with Cuts ; ^J^itb othtr 

PhyficalTraSis > — 1729 

6246 Wootton's Ihort View of George Hicke's Grammatico-Criticali 

and Artheological Treafure of the Northern Languages 1735 

6247 Wright's Travels through France, Italy, &c. iMith Cuts, Largg 

Paper - ■■ — — — 1730 

6248 Woodhead'g two Difcourfes concerning the Adoration of our Blet- 

(ed Saviour in the H. Eucharift Oxford 1687 

6249 Woolaftoh's Religion of Nature Delineated 1726 

6250 Walker's Life and Death of our Lord Jefus Chrift — 16S5 

6251 Woif ftript off his Shepherd's Cloathing ■ 17^4- 

62^2 Waller's Natural Experiments, atrV/? C^.'j i^H 

6253 Waterland's Critical Hiftory of the Athanafian Creed 1724 

6254 Warning-Piece to all Drunkards and Health Drinkers 16S2 

6255 Whilton's England's State Diilempers >''04- 

6256 Wall's HiUory of Infant Baptiim • • ^7^7 

'?"' O2 5 7 Wood- 



230 ENGL IS H. Qoap.to. 

6257 Woodhead*s Spirit of Martin Luther, and Celibacy of the Clergy 

1687 

6258 Walker's Siege of London- Derry • i68g 

6259 Ward's England's Reformation, from the Time of King Henry 

VIIL to tne End of Gate's Plot ■ 1710 

6260 White's Commentary on Ifaiah — : — • i?^^ 

6261 Weekly Memorials for the Ingerious ■ 1681 

6262 Welch and Englifh Mines and Minerals difcovered ^^99 

6263 Wefley's Reply to Mr. Palmer's Vindication of the DilTenters 

1707 

6264 Walcot's Sea- Water made Frefh and wholefome — — 1 702 

6265 Walker on Church Government ■ — 1687 

6266 Wallis's Defence of the Royal Society — -— — — 1678 

6267 Weefils : A fatyrical Fable 1691 

6268 Ward's Duel between Dr. Tho. Tenifon, Paflor of St. Martin's 

and a Roman Catholick Souldier ■ ■ • ' 1687 

6269 William's, King, AfFedtion to the Church of England, examined 

1703 

6270 Warning for the Church of Engl-ind ■ 1706 

6271 Welch LeviteTofTed in a Blanket, in a Dialogue between Hick- 

keringel, David, Jonas, and the Ghoft of Wii. Prynne 1691 

6272 Woe of Scandal, or Scandal in its general Nature and EfFefts 

1682 

6273 World made and undone; being Meditations upon the Creation 

and Fall — 1679 

6274 What Manner of Men the Clergy of the Church of England, and 

their Creatures are " — ~ — — 1687 

6275 Wel'.vood's Anfwer to King James's Declaration • • 1689 

6276 Whifton's Mifmanagements in Trade, difcover'd • '"04 

6277 Way of Life and Perfedlion livingly demonftrated, by Geo. 

Whitehead < — — «- 1676 

6278 William's Anfwer to Mr. Hunt's Pofifcript » 1683 

6279 Whitehead's Nature of Chriftianity in the true Light, afferted 

1 67 1 
'6280 Wood's Hiftory of Scotland 1724 

6251 V/arren's Excepiions againfl: Burnet's Theory of the Earth 

1690 

6252 Watfon's, Bp, Holfome and Catholyke Doftryne, concerning the 

Seven Sacraments of Chryftes Church, Black Letter '55^ 

6283 Wallis's Trads on the Trinity • . 1690 

6284 Weekly Pacquet of Advice from Rome, or the Hiftory of Popery, 

2 vol, — — — 1679 

6285 Whitby's Demonftration, that the Church of Rome and her Coun- 

cils have erred — ■ — — 1688 

6286 Ward's Queries to the Protellant?, concerning the Englilh Refor- 

mation — — — — — 1687 

6287 Wonderful Newes from the North, or a Relation of the bewitch- 

ing of three Children of fvlr. Mufchamp of Northumberland 

1650 
62SS Wits, Fits and Fancies, Black Letter •• ■ 1614 

6289 Wonderful Prophefies, relating to the Englifh Nation, foretelling 

the late Revolution — — —. ,—, 1691 

6290 Wil- 



ENGL liii H, -QirARTO. 231 

6291 'WW^oTi'i An of Lcg\cke, black Letter • ■ 1^63 

6292 Williams's Virginia richly ar.d truly valued ' 165P 

6293 Vv'ar Horns make Room for the Buck^ with Green Bowes 1682 

6294 WhetUone's Enemie to Unthryftinefle . . 1586 

6295 Woithinefs of Wale?, blade Letter — . 1587 

6296 Watchwoord to Englande, ^/«fyf Zf/^<fr ■ . 1584 

6297 Whetllone's Chrillmafle Exercife of fundriewell courted Gentlemea 

and Gentlewomen, black Letter ■ ■ 1582 

6298 World's Miftake in Oliver Cromwell < 1668 

6299 Wealth difcovercd, or an Effay upon the late Expedient for taking 

away all Impofitions and railing a Revenue without Taxes ;66i 
5300 Wytarne's New Age of Old Names • 1609 

6301 Workes of a Young Wyt, trult up with a Fardell of pretie Fancies 

black Letter, ^without Date, 

6302 Warning for Servants, or the Cafe of Margaret Clarke, lately ex- 

ecuted for firing her Mailer's Houfein Souchwark 1680 

6405 Wonderful Monlter in Hamplhire. 

6304 "Wotron's Elements of Architedlure ■ — 1614 

6303 Wickliffe againft the Orders of tiie Begging. Friers 1-60& 

6306 Warning for Koufekeepers,-.or a Difcovery of all Sorts of Thieves 

and Robbers. 

6307 \^Tiitehorn«;'s Way of Ordering of Souldiours in Battelray, black 

Letter — * 1573 

6308 Whetilone's Englilh Myrror, black Letter ■ 1586 

6309 Orciiard of Repenrance, black Letter, ivithout Date. 

6310 Wolfius's Orations of liocrates, black Letter • 1580 

63 1 1 Walker's Killory of Independency ■ ■. \h\% 

6312 Whitbourr.e's Difcovery of Newfoundland — 1622; 

6313. Wicked Work of a wretched Witch, wrought on the Perfon of one 

Richard Burt, black Letter 1573. 

6314 Webbe's Appeale to Truth, in the Controveifie between Art and 

Ufe , — ' ■ ■ '■ i622> 

6^h| Way of enriching the Nations of England and Ireland 1650 

63,i^,Weig'icy Coaliderations propofed to the Aflembly of the States of 

Scouand • 1689 

6317 WadTworth's prefent State of Spayne - ■ ■■ 1630 

63 1 8 Weil's Court of Confcience, or Dick Wjbjpper's SefTioos 1 607- 

6319 Workc fjnr a Mafle Prieil • 1622 

6320 Wheeler on Corr-.mercs • — _ __^ 1601 

6321 Wonderfuii Yer.re 1603, wherein is (hewed the Picture of London; 

lyeing ficke ofthe Plague, black Letter, ^juitbout Date. 

6322 Wars of New-Engl^^id • ■ 1676* 

6323 Wonder of 'Suffolk, being a true Relation of One that reports he 
, made a League with thg Devil for three Years to do Milchief 

1677 

6324 Wilfon's Art of Rhetoricke, black Letter '584-. 

632^ Wi'.chcrafts ilrnnge and wondeiiul ^l^SS 

6326 Year of Prodigies, 2 Parts . 1662 

6327 Younger Brother's Apoiogie, or the Father's free Power dilputed 

i66t 
3328 Yarrington's England's Lnprovenjent by Sea and Land, "vciih Cuts. 

1677 

9 Yet more Work for a Mafs Prieft 1622 

Ldfi, 



t 232 ] 

Libri Latinu QvAkTO. 

6530 A Ntonini Itinerarium, cum Notisvar. curante Pet. WelTelingio, 
J^^^ Cb. max. • — — ^m/i. 1735. 

6331 iter Britanniarum, cum Conirtnent.Tho. Gafe Lend, ly eg 

63 3Z idem, corio turcica deaurat.foliis deaurat. ■ ib. 1709 

C333 Alemanni, Nic. de Lateranenfibfus Parietinis DiAertatio Hiftorica 

Kom<s apud Zanettum 1625 

6334 Analefta Graeca five varla Opufcula haftenus non Edita, cum No- 

tis Monachi Benediftini 'm ■ ' - Paris 1688 

6335 Alpini, Profperi, de Mcdicina^gyptiorum, Lib. IV. ^^»^/.1591 

6336 ■'■ ' Idem, cum Notis MSS Cb. max. ' ib. 1591 
^337 de Plantis jiEgypti, eumfg. ■■ ' ■ ib. 1592 

6338 Idem, cum Obfervat. & Notis Joa. Veflingii acceffit Alpi- 

ni de Balfamo — — __ • Patav. \6\o 

6339 Idsm,^ Neandri Tabaco/ogia Medico, Chirurgice, Phar- 

maceutica L. Bat. 1622 

6340 idem, & Vellingii Opobalfami Veteribuscogniti Vindicis, 

ejufdem Parienefes ad Rem Heil>ariara. Pat. 1644 

6341 - ■ '■ de Plantis Exoticis, Lib. duo, cum fig. Vemt. 1656 

6342 de Pr.-efagienda Vita & Morte .<£grotantium. Lib. VIL 

L. Bat. 1710 

6343 Arnefinsde juftitia Divina & Humana, Paris apniWechelium 1560 

6344 Ab32lardi& Heloife Opera ' - ■ Paris ihlb 

6345 Allufionum, Symbolicarum,Iconum&Emblematuo»,Lib. VI. Lat. 

& Ital. '. 1588 

6346 Albii, Richardi, Hemifphaerium DifTe^lum Opus Geometricam 

Roma 1648 

6347 Alberii Triuncuriani Organon, id eft Infttumentum Dodtrinarum 

omnium, corio turcica, Lineis rubris foliis deaurat. -^Mgrg. 1584 

6348 Antelmii, Jofephi, de Initiis Ecclefis Forojulienfis Diflcftatio, 

Aquijfextiis itSo 

6349 A6liones & Monimenta Martyrum quia WicJeiFo & HulTo ad no- 

ftram hanc ietatem Veriiatem Eviiflgel. fanguinc fao oonftanter 
' obfignaverunc ■■ ■ ■ ■-" — — ■ - ■ 1560 

6350 St. Ambrofias de OfEciis, corio tutcico, dimurat. foliis deaurat. 

Mtdiolani 1474 
r .(Enes Vici Aoguftarum Iroaginet & Vitse Itiin fbrmis expreffas 

6351 < 'Paris 1619 
(^ ■ fuo Difcorft fopra le Medaglie de Gli Antichi — ib. 1 6 1 9 ' 

6352 Augulbrum Imagines & Vita iEreis formis exprcilie^ 

Venet. 1558 

6353 Allatii, Leonis, Libris & Rebus Ecclefiafticis GrtECorum DiiTerta- 

tiones & Obfervat. Varia;, corio turcica, deaurat. foliis deaurat. 
6554 de Symeonum Scriptis Diatriba ib. 1664 

6355 Aurea Legenda five VitJE Sanftorum Lugd. 1 ^oa 

6356 Idem, corio turcica deaurat. ■ Brujfel. 1484 

6357 Apoftolii, IVIichaeli, Proverbionim Centuria: XXI. Gr. Lat. 

Ludg. Bat. 1653 

6358 Abbani, Petnis dc, de Venetiis Venet. \/^jy 

^359 ■ ^'^ Remediis Venenorum, Editio ant'tqua, fine Ann» 

aut Loco 
6j6a Anatomia Ecdefia; CathoHcce Romance «■■' ■ ■ Fanal. \6^i 

656 1 Aviceiin» 



LIBRI LATIN I. Quarto. 233 

6561 Avicennae Opera a Gerardo Cremonenfi ex Arab, in Lat. converfa, 
cum Jig. exquijitiiy colorat. {3* Hotis MSS. corio turcica deaurat . 

Venet. i486 

6362 Alzedius de Prjecellentia Epifcopalis Dignitatis-^ LugJ. 16^0 

6363 Auguftinus dc Legibus Sc Senatus Confulcis, cum Notis Fulvii Ur- 

iini .— — . ■ ■ ' — ■ -L.Bat. 159? 

6364 Antiquze Muficas Audlores Septem, Gr. Lat, M. Meibomius reftitu- 

it ac Notis explicavit Amfi . apud Blx,. \b:^z 

6365 Ariftaeneti Epiftolae Graece ex Bibliotheca Joan, Sambuci 

Antv. apud Plant in. 1 566 

6366 Alteferras Rerum Aquitanicarum Libri quinquc Tolef/e 1648 

6367 Auftores Finium regundorum Nic. Rigaltii Obfervat. & Notae item 

Gloflje Agrimenforiae —_ Paris 1 6 1 4 

6368 Alcinoi Philofophi Elementa atque Initia 

Paris apud Benenatum 1 667 

6369 Ampliffimi cujufdam Viri Epiftolae ad illiift. P. Fr. Lotaringum 

Ducem Guiilanum ■ Paris ap. More/. i^^S 

6370 Authores Varii de Agrorum Condi tionibus & Conllitutionibus li- 

mitum ■ Paris ap. Tnrnebum 1554 

6371 Afta & Scripta Synoda alia Dordracena Miniftrorum Remonftran- 

tium in Fcederato Belgio — Herders/. 16 zo 

6372 Argenterius de Somno & Vigilia — — Florent. apudTorrent.1^^6 

6373 im Idem, corio turcica deaurat. foliis deaurat. 

ib. apud ib. 1556 

6374 Abudacni, Jofephi, Hiftoria Jacobitarum feu Coptorum Oxomxb']^ 

6375 Alcoranus Muhammedis Arabice • HamB. 1694 

6376 Arquatus Medicus Reformatus Venet. i6o8 

C Apitii Celii de Re Coquinaria Libri X & Suetonius de Claris 

6377 s Grammaticis & Rhetoribus Venet, fine Loca 

^Cenforinus de Die Natali & alii Autores, fine Anno aut Loco 

6378 Arminii, Jacobi, Opera Theologica Franc. 1635 

6379 Ars Bene Moriendi, Editio antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco. 

6380 Aquinas, Tho. de Humanitate Chrilli, corio turcico deaurat. 

Leyd. 1484 

6381 ■' _ ■ deModo Confitendi & de Puritate Confcientiae, fine Loco 

aut Anno. 

6382 Aromatariis, Jof. de, Difputatio de Rabie Contagiofa ^^w^?. 1625 

6383 Amafaei, Romuli, Orationes ■ Bonon. \!^6/^ 

6384 Abul-Phargii Hiftoria Compendiofa Dynaftiarum Arabice Edita 8c 

Lat. verfa ab. Edw. Pocockio, cum Supplemento OxonAbtj, 

6385 ■■ Supplementum Hiftorias Dynaftiarum • Oxon. 1663 

6386 Alberti Magni Compendium Theologicas Veritatis Venet. i^^i 

6387 de Virtutibus Herbarum, Lapidum, & Animalium &de Se- 

crctis Mulierum — "■ fine Loco 1478 

6388 ■ de Virtutibus Herbarum & Lapidum, fine Loco aut Anno. 
S389 ' — de Secretis Mulierum, fine Loco aut Anno. 

&390 ■- Paradifus Animce Tradans de Virtutibus animae Vcris & 

PerfeSis Colon. 1498 

>39i Agricola, Geo. dcMenfuris & Ponderibus — Bafil. ap. Froben. 1533 

")4g2 AAuarii, Joan. MethodiMedendi Libri Sex ^ Venet. 1554 

»393 AureaBulli Caroli IV. Rom. Imperatoris Spiree 1611 

•394 Amyraldus de ultimo Judicio Salmurii 1660 

1^95 Albmus de Re iEdificatoria . ^— Paris i^iz 

G g 6396 Angeli, 



234 LIBRI LATIN I. Quarto. 

6396 Angeli, Baldi, de Admirabli Vipera; Natura & de Mirificisejufdem 

Facultatibus Liber Urhine i^8g 

6597 Albertinus de Tribas Virtutibus Chriftianis Fide, Spe, & Charitate 

Salmurii 1657 

6398 Afcentii de Epiftolis componendis Compendium, cum aliis IraSl. 

Paris 1 501 

6399 Argent, de Summo Controverf. circa Rcligionem Judice 

Sedani 1630 

6400 Auguftinus de Dignitate Saccrdotum, cum aliis Trad, corio turcico, 

deaurat. fine Loco aut Anno. 

6401 «■■ de Vita Chriftiana, Editio antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco, 

6402 Alethei feu Leyferi Difcurfus Politicus de Polygamic, cum Notis 

Vincentii — — ■ Land. 1682 

6403 Archimedis de iis qnas vehuntur in Aqua, Lib. IL cum multis aliis 

Traa. 
. 6404 Alfordi Britannia illuflrata, five Lucii, Heleme, Conftantini, Patria 

& Fides — . Antv. 1641 

, C Alexandri Benedifli Diaria de Belle Carolino Fenet. 1 496 

* ^C M. Fernus de Regno Apulis & Sicilize, fine Loco aut Anno. 
6406 Aretini, Leonardi, Epiftolae, corio turcica demurat. Florent. 1487 

^^ de Temporibus fuis, corio turcica, deaurat. Venet. 1485 

y- J Vita Francifci Petrarchse, Editio antiqua,Jine Anno aut Loco. 
^ 'J Daretis Frigiode ExcidioTrojas Hiftoria, Jtne Anno aut Loco. 
^Raph. Zovcnzonii carmen Concitarorimn.y/wf ^««0 aut Loco. 

6408 Aretini de Bello Gothorum feu de Bello Italico adverfus Gothos, 

Lib. IV. ' Paris 1507 

6409 de Amore Guiftardi & Sigifmundi, fine Loco aut Loco 

6410 Angelocratori Doftrina de Ponderibus IVIenfuris & Monetis 

Marpurgi 1617 

641 1 Angelutii Ars Medica ex Kippocratis Galenique Thefauris Potiffi- 

mum Deprompia. • Venet. 1588 

£^12 . de Natural Curatione Maligna; Febris, Lib. IV. /"^.1593 

64 f 3 Auguftini, Hieronymi, Difcordantia; Sant^orum Doftorum, fawa///j 

TraB. » ■ ■ ■ Venet. fine Anno, 

6414 Aureum Speculum Animae — — — — Antv. 1485 

6415 Arlanibsi Arma Suecica ■ — - — 1631 

6416 Alcmariani in Cantica Canticorum Paraphrafes &Scho!ia, Lineisru- 

hris, folils deaurat. • Lo'va». 1554 

6417 Albumafar & Alkrabitii Aftronomia, cum fig. — — Venet. \r^\:^ 

6418 Anaftafii Anagogiarum Contemplationuni in Hexaemvon, Lib. 

XII. Lond. 

6419 Anonymus Perfa de Siglis Arabum k. Peri'arum Aftronomicis,/^. 164S 

6420 Arnobii Difputationum adverfus Gentes, Lib. VII. Roma \^%i 

6421 Auguftinus de Vita Beata, de Honeltate Mulierum & Berhardus d{ 

Honeftate Vitae, Editio antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco. 

6422 Artis Divinatricis quam AltroJogiam vocant Encomiie 

Paris apud Wechelium 1 549 

6423 AutoresVarii de Rufforum, Mufcovitarum & Tartarorum Religione, 

Sacrificiis, Nuptiarum & Funerum Ritu Spira 158? 

6424 Antigoni Caiyllii Hiltoriarum Mirabilium CoUedlanea, Gr. Lat. 

Notis Meurfiii . L. Bat. i6\q 

6425 Andrae, Joh. Brevis Si Utilis fuper quarto Libro Decrctalium,/«< 

Anno aut Locg. 

i 6a26 Admonitio 




LIERI LATIN I. Quarto. 2.r 

6426 Admonitio ad Orbis Terr^ Pnncipes, qui fe f^ofque Salvos volu,^ 

6427 Academic Oxonienfis Notitia > . r> '1^^ 

6428 Alcandri Antique Tabuls Hellacs Ex'nliV;,fm . c n" .^ 
64.9 Biblia Sacra H^ebrafca, a voK Sri:^;;.^!- .^T \'Z 

6430 laen,, cum Notis Ev;. Vanderhooghf, 4 vohSfy-i^^^ 

6431 Idem, cum Punais. ^"^-^^- '705 

6432 Grascacum Scholiis Gr^ci? edidit. Lamb. Bof. 

6433 Idem, juxta exemplar Vaticanum Rorn^ EdkuZVvll.^ 

64.7; ^ Tc^pr» ru . Land, apud Daniel. i6c5 

111 wll 1' Char max. cono turcica ^ ib.apudib. ,6- 

6436 E^SacraLarma, Vulgate Editioms V- i66^ 

<T-~~ ^ , ^'^^'^- «/«4' Plant in. 1 664 

^;^// f««^/-fi^ /;/. ;>„V/^/. colcrat & Lin. rub. 

cono turcico, deaurat. . /^ j]^g 

Idem . "" ij'~~^5''^- ^P^'^Plantin. 161 8 

deaurat ' ''Hi:^^- in ^s incifis, p^r% Ly, ^ ^al.^i^s 

6443 Idem,aTremellio& Junir^— ,.,.,., j^H^l^ 

6444 -__ Idem, Litteris initial, colorat. - ^^f \f.l 

^^^ "1 4"" ' '""^ "^":^ ^ CognitarumCenturi^ tres. a ;///. 

5446 Bo'^hafve de Vita & Obitu BernhardTXISiii — Ttf l?'? 
HM de Comparando Certo in Phyficis - .' -i ' 

Jlf :^ t ^^" ^^^ipc^"" Mechanic; in Medicina i '.^o^ 

H49 ^~- Elementa Chemis, zvo\.cumfi<. „ ;l ^^ 

)450 Bud.i_ de Tranfitu HelJenifmi ad Chrillifnifmum, Lib. l^Ch \?a" 

.5^ i^^tpXi.. Gr~t "=■ ?;rr.^^^^^^-'"^' 
'^^^ ^sllif^^ti^^^^:!^-^^^?^ 

453 Blafii Anatome Animalium. cum fig. . J?ff l^f 

454 f^H,lloriaOrriK>ena&Edefr^iexnummisiIluft.P.1^^^ ' ! 

^^^ 7; '^^ ^^"^^s -f^omanis m Aero Pruffico Runertls 1 ;^r,^ ,^ 

«a %enObf™„e. ^- ^^^&L^^^lSI^JiirilS. 

"' -^— Conte^^o Gemma™, quarundamS^^ll^et S/. 

H^ ;^ B^l'om & Excidium Trojanum mr, fir Sw*'-'?'' 

tS9 Brouvm fddenfmm A„„,ui,a.i„,, Lib 1^! "'"" "^59 

l6o Baluzzii Hiteri^e T„,elen&, Lib.'.res, ^^'-'-^''^W^'»- ''e-^ 

% l"^"^" De«„,uo„es 4- DIvifiones todos J„ri a.&. P°'i, ^s5 

^ ^ ''retm '°""°'±.'^'=°"'"^?!ll= Co„_LpIado„. bS„m S? 

64 Bg.. Bj.rgi de Dominio Ge„„e„r,. Reipubl.cx in MSttflfo' 
•Lib. JL /<j///j deaurat. — , n ^^''^°: 



^ Rotn^s 1641 

^ S 2 6465 Bifaii, 



236 LIBRILAriNI. Quarto. 

6465 Bibliotheca Apoftolica Vaticana • li. 1591 

6466 Bottonnusde Morbis Muliebribus » . Venet.\^%i 

6467 Bottoni de igne Differtatio — — — — Neafoli 1622 

6468 Burnetii Telluris Theoria facra ■■ 1 ■ - Land. 1689 

6469 De Fide & Officiis Chriftianorum, corio turcica deaurat, 

foliis deaurat. ■ Land. 1722 

6470 — — — De Statu Mortuorum & Refurgentium, corio turcica dtau- 

rat.fol. deaurat. • - — — /A. 1720 

6471 Broei Expofitiones in Imp. Juftiniani Inftitutionum, Lib. IV. 

Paris apud Cramoify 1622 

6472 Bordini Summorum Urbis &Orbis Pont. Series & Gefta, corio tur- 

cica deaurat. foliis deaurat. ■ ■ Paris 1604 

6473 Bungi, Petri, Numerorum Myfteria ■ Bergomi 1591 

6474 Baglcy Confiderationes circa Fcetum Humanum Ultraj. 1682 

6475 Browne Conciones ad Clerum, fol. deaurat. — Cantab. 1688 

6476 Beda de Figuris, corio turcica deaurat. • Mediolani 1475 

6477 Baglivi opera omnia ■ Lugd. 1710 

♦6477 Boffii, Ant. Hiftoria Paflionis, B. Cecilia: Virginis Valeriana Ti' 

burtii, & Maximi Martyrum, foliis deaurat. Rom^e 1 600 

6478 Beveregii Codex Canonum EccJefiae Primitivae Vindicatus ac illuft. 

corio turcica deaurat. fol. deaurat. • ■ Land. 1678 

6479 Bacchinii de Ecclefiaftica: Hierarchiae Originibus Differtatio 

Mtttinee 1703 

6480 Bocconi Icones & Defcriptiones Rariorum Plantarum Sicilis, Me- 

litje Galliae, & Italias Oxon. 1674 

6481 Bofchje, Pet. Paul, de Origine & Statu Bibliothccas Ambrofianae 

Hemi decas • ■ • - ■ ■ Mediolani 1 67 2 

6482 Baronius, Vinccntius, de Pleuripneumonia Forolivii 1636 

6483 Baronius, Theodorus, de Operationis Meiendi triplici Laefione & 

Curatione ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ Papia 1614 

6484 Borelli Hiftoria & Meteorologia Incendii iEtnsei, Anni 1669 

Regia Julio 1670 

6485 De Motu Animalium, cum fig. ■■ L. Bat, 17 10 

6486 Bulengeri de Imperatore Romano, Lib. 3. cori a turcica deaurat. 

foliis deaurat. ■ Paris apud Morel l6\/{. 

6487 Burlsi Inftitutio in Difciplinam Moralem Paris apud Richardum 

»565 

6488 Briffonius de Ritu Nuptiarum ejufdem de Jure Connubiorum, fol. 

deaurat. • - — . Paris 1 564 

6489 Brahe, Tychonis, Aftronomiic Inftauratae Progymnafraata, 2 vol. ^ 

Franc. 16 10 1 

6490 BemW, Petri, rerum Venetarum Hiftorias Lib. XII. ' 

Paris apud Vafcofan 155 1, 

6491 Bornitii de Nummis in Repub. Percuticndis & Confervandis, Lib.* 

duo ■ — ' ■ Hano'viig 1608' 

6491 B bliotheca Pontificia duobus Libris diftinfta ■■■■■ ■ Lugd. i6^j 
9493 Bruckmanni Specimen Piiyficum exhibens Hiftoriam Naturalem 

Oolithi ■ ■ . . Helmejladii ijz\ 

6494 Bodinide Magorum Demonomania, Lib. IV. — Bafil i^S) 

6495 Bayfius de re Navali & de re Veftiaria, cum fig. 

Paris apud R. Steph. 1536 

6496 Idem & Tonftall de Arte Supputandi ib. apud i If. 1538 

6497 Baieri Biographia» Profeflforum Medicinae qui in Academia Altor- 

fina unquam Vixerunt - ■ ■' ■- ■• ■ ■ Norimb. 1728 

6498 BolTttS 



LIBRI LJTINL Quarto. 237 

6498 Boflu8, Matthaeus, de Inftituendo Sapientix Camino Literis initial. 

depiQii, <orio turcica deaurat. • • ■■ Bonon. 1495 

6499 Barchufen de Medicinas Origine & Progrcffu DifTertationes 

J. ad Rbenum 1723 

6500 ■ Elementa Chemis ■ L. Bat. 1718 

6501 — Pyrofophia, cum fig. ■ ■ - ■ ib. j6g8 

6502 Burlaei Elementa Difciplinffi Moralis • Paris i^jz 

6503 Bandurii Bibliotheca Nummaria ■ Hamb. 17 19 

6504 Baljeus de Scriptoribus Britannicis — — Gipftpvoici \ 548 

6505 Bengardi Circulus Pifanus — _ Patarjii 1661 

6506 Belli, Petri, de re Militari & Belli tradatus Fenet. 1563 

6507 Bernardi, Sti. Meditationes, Editio prima, corig turcica, ieaurat, 

6508 Becheri Minera Arenaria Perpetua hond. i68o 

6509 Buteonis, Ja. Opera Geometrica ■ Lugd. 55-54 

6510 Burchelati, Barth. Comment. Memorabilium Multiplicis Hiuori'£ 

Tarvifinae Locuples Pomptuarium, Lib. IV. 2 Tom. 

Tarkjijii 1 6 16 

6511 Beckii Bina Capitula Alcorani XXX. de Roma & XLVIII. dc 

Viftoria e IV. Codicibus MS Arab, defcripta & Lat. verfa, cum 
Notis • A.Vindel. 1688 

65 1 2 Bellaii Tumulus Henrici II. Gallorum Regis 

Paris apud Morel. 1559 

65 1 3 Boverius de Fcedcre & Legali & Evangelico Sedani 1634 

65 1 4 Bucclini Rhaetia Etrufca, Romana , Gallica, Germanica, facra & 

profana, Topo-Chrono-Stemma-Tographica A.Vindel. x^hb 

6515 Brant. Sebaft. de Revelatione fafta ab Angelo Beato Methodis Ib 

carcere Deteftio, cum fig. — — B afil ix^o^ 

Boetii de Roodt Gemmarum & Lapidum Hiftoria Hanomia 1609 
Silvatici, Jo. Bapt. de Unicorna, Lapide Bezoar, Smaragdo & 

y-, /-J Margaritis, corumq^ue in Febribus Pellilen. ufu Tradatio 
^ ' Bergomi 1605 

Fr. Imperatiis de Foffilibus • ■ I^eapoU i^io 

Le XII. Piftre Pretiofe, di And. Bacci in Roma 1 587 

/*Bellum Bohemo Germanico Suecicum five Comment, rerum Bello 
\ Paceque in Utroque foro fub aufpiciis.Imp. Matthias & Ferdinan- 

^ / di II. in totoOrbe ChrillianoGeftarum Franc. 1632 

^ ''\ArlanibsEi Arma Suecica ■ 1631 

yHenckeliis de Bello Guftavi Aeophi & Bogiflai XIV. Principis 
V- Pomeran. — — Stettini 1631 

6518 Barbae Majeftas hoc eft de Barbis elegans brevis Defcriptio 

Francof. 1614. 

6519 Braunius de Veftitu Sacerdotum Hebraeorum, 2 vol. cum fig. 

^mjl. 1680 

6520 BaptiftjE Mantuani Opera >- Venet. xj^ift) 

6521 Bclii de Vetere Litteratura Hunno-Scythica Exertitatio 

Lipjits 1718 

6522 Brechenmacheri Nptitia SuevicB Antiquae A.Vindel. \']\6 

6523 Brenneri Thefaurus Nummorum Sueco-Gothicorum Velluftus 

1691 

6524 Bracelleus, Jacobus, de Bello Hifpano, Editio antiqua fine Anno 

aut loco, 

6525 Bulla Clementis Papae VII. fuper loco & Modo Eledionis Rom. 

Pontifi. — — ■' . Rom/f 

.«fc^ 6s- 26 Bel- 



2^S LIBRI L At IN I, QiTAKTo. 

6526 Bellinus de Stru£lura & Ufu- Renum & de Guftus Organo, eumji^. 
J. L. Bat. 1726 

6527 - de Matu Cordis de Motu Bilis & de Fermcntis & Glandulis 

ib. I 714 

6528 de Urinis & Pulfibus, de Miffione Sanguinis, de Febribus, 

de Morbis & Peftoris >— . ib. 1730 

6529 Bafilii Magni de Honore erga Parent. Grzece Paris 161 1 

6530 Beroaldi Orationes Bononia 1500 

6531 Bartholini Afta Medica & Philofophica Hafnienfia, 4 \o\.cumJig. 

Hafnia 1673 

9532 de Fontium Fluviorumque Origine ex Pluviis ib. 1689 

^533 ' Diflertatio Prima & Secunda deTheriaca ib. 1671 

6534. de Peregrinatione Medica ib. 1674 

6535 Vafa Lymphatica nuper Hafnias in Animantibus inventa 

ib. 1653 

6536 Bodinus de Magicis Adtionibus ■ ' Helmefdaii 1590 

6537 Boetius de Difciplina Scholariam, cum NotabiUCommento 

Da-Jt»trits 1492 

6538 Bonaventufffi Meditationes Devota fine Anno out Loco 

6539 Belgii feu Inferioris Germanise XVII. Provinciis Defcriptio 

Amji. 1650 

6540 Berofus de Antiquitatibus feu Defloratio Chaldaica, cum fig. ^ Ip^ 

fius eleganti niita, Libri Genefeos perittilis Paris 1509 

6541 Biel de Monetarum Poteftate Norimberga: i^^z 

6542 Baldi Scamilli Impares Vitruviani ■■ a Vindel. \6iz 

6543 Bauhinus de Aquis Medicatis nova Methodus 

Montijieligardi 1607 

6544 Bertholdi Terrae Sigillatse nuper in Germania Repertae 1 583 
^545 Buttnerus de Coralliis Fofiilibus — i — — — Lipfia 1714 

6546 Bertacchius de Spiritibus necnon de Facultate Vitali 

Venet. apud Juntas ii;84 

6547 Baculus Paftoralis ad dirigendos in Viam Pacis Pedes Vifiantium & 

Vifitatorum Paris, per Udalricum Gening. 1508 

6548 Regulae Cancellariae Apoflol. cum earum notabili fubtiliffima GlofTa 

fine Anns aut Loco 

6549 Burgos, Joan. Bapt. Concio Evangelicaad Patres Concilii Triden- 

tini ' — • — Pata'v. 1663 

6550 Bocerus de jure Pugnae hoc efl Belli & Duelli — Tubinga 1591 

6551 Baldi de Verborum Vitruvianorum Significatione 

a Vindel. 161 2 

655 2 in Ariflotelis Mechanica Problemata Exercitationes 

Moguntia 1621 

6553 Bafilii, Xcnophontis, Plutarchi, & S. Hieronymi quaedam, corio 

turcica deaurat. - ■ fine ^nno aut Loco 

6554 Befoldus de VerjE Philofophix Fundamento — lubinga 1630 

6555 Boxhornii dc Typographic Artis Inventione & Inventonbus Dif- 

fer tatio L. Bat. 1 640 

6556 Blondel Thermarum Aquifgranenfium & Porcetanarum Elucidatia 

& Thauniaturgia Aquifgrani 1688 

6557 Boiffardi Bibliotheca Chalographica, cummultis fig.per de Bry 

Franc/. 

6558 Befoidusde NaturaPopuIorum Tubinga 1632 

6559 BunxquiiEpilloIae LegationisGallica: . Bruxellis 

6560 Bid- 



LIBRI LATIN I, Quarto. 239 

6564 Bidloo Vindiciae quarandum Delincationum Anatomicarum, cum fig, 

L. Bat. 

6565 Brevis & Fidelis Narratio Motuum in Regno & Ecclefia Scotica 

Dantifci 1640 

6566 Brevis Informatio & Refponfia Solida ad Prscipua Capita, loca 

pundla Secrets Cancellariae Bavarico Anhakinse — — 1624. 

6567 Bullingeri contra Bullam Pii V. in Anglia SpaiTam Lond, 1571 

6568 Bibliotheca Scriptorum qui extant de Rebus Hungaricis 

6569 Boecleri HiftoriaCaroli Magni Imp. Rom. Argentina 1644 

6570 Bouricii Differtationes Acadeinicae acceffit Leftionum, Juris Liber 

Franckeras 1622 

6571 Butler de Propinquitate Matriraonium impediente Regula ; 

Oxon. 1625 

6572 Buchanan de Jure Regni, apud Scotos — — Edinb. 1581 

6573 BockenhoiFeri Mufaeum Brackenhofferianum Argentorati 1677 \ 

6574 Breviculum Fundationis & Series Abbatum Sanfti Nicolai Andega- ; 

venfis ■ ' ' Andega<vi 1 6 1 5 i 

6575 Brerewood de Ponderibus & Pretiis Veterum Nummorum 

Lond. 1 6. '4 

6576 Columenfis Familiae Nobilifllmae, S. R. E, Cardinalium ad Vivum 

expreffas Imagines - Romts 1650 

6577 Contelorii de Praefeflo Urbis Liber, cum fig. — ib. 1631 

6578 Corradini Vetus Latium Profanum & SacrUm, zYq\, cum fig. 

ibid. 1 704 

6579 Craig de Calculo Fluentium, Libri Duo . Lond. 1718 

6580 — — Tradtatus Mathematicus de Figurarum Curvilinearum Qua- 

draturis & Locis Geometricis • ihid. 1695 

6582 Commentarii Academias Scientiarura Imperialis Petropolitanas, 

6 vol. Petropoli 1728 

.Cranse Infula Laconica eadem & Helena difta &Minyarum pofte- 
ris Habitata ex Numifmat. Goltzianis Demonftrante L. Be- 
gero C. Brandenb. 1696 

6583 <^Meleagrides & .^tolia exNumifmate Kjrieon, apud Golzium 
illult. a Begero ■ ib. i6g6 '1 

Contemplatio Gemmarum quarundam Daftyliothecgs Gorlsei ! 

• Illuft. a Begero ■ — ib. 1697 ^, 

6584 Codex Medicamentaiius feu Pharmacopoeia Parifienfis ^\^ 

Paris 1732 ,* 

6585 Cambdeni & Illuft. Virorum Epifloix, Charta Maxima \% 

Loud. 1 69 1 ' ) 

6586 Cannegleteri DifTertatio de Brittenburgo Hagee Com. 1734 

6587 Caftellionjei Mediolanenfis Antiquitates ex Urbis Paraeciis Colledlae ■. ■ 

Mediolani 1625 

6588 Columnenfium Procerum Imagines & Memorias Nonnullas hafte- j ' 

nus in unurn Redaftas . . . Rom<£ 1675 

6589 Cowper Criminis Literarii Citatus coram Tribunali Societatis Bri- 

tanno Regis, per Bidloo, cum fig. L. Bat. 1700 

6590 Conclufiones Theolcgicae Paris 1714 :'' 

651)1 Clemangiis (Nicolai) Opera omnia, cam Notis M. Lydii 

L. Bat. 1615 
65992 Celcufma feu Clamor ad Theologos Hierarchiae Anglicans 

Land. 1679 
6593 Clericii (Joan.) de Prsftantia & Utilicate Hifloria: Ecclefiafticae 

Jmji. 17 It 
6594 Co;e- 



240 LIBRI LJTINI, Quarto: 

6594 Cotefii Harmonia Menfurarum accedunt AliaOpufcula Mathema- 

tica •■ ' ' ■ "' ■ ■ ■ Cantab. 1722 

6595 Craflus de Ceremoniis Cardinalium & Eplfcoporum in eorum Dice- 

cefibus '■ Fenet. 1582 

6596 Cotovici Itinerarium Hlerofolymitanum & Syriacum, cumfig^ 

Antij. 16 19 

6593 Cailanxi Nomenclator SanAa Rom. Ecclefis Cardinalium 

Paris 16 r 6 

6594 ChifHetii Vefontio Civitas Imperialis Libera, Sequanorum Metro- 

polis ■ ■ ■ Lugd. 1650 

^595 " ' Geminiz Titulus Sepulcralis explicatus 

Antv. apud Plantin. 1634 
6596 Diflertaiio Militaris deVexillo Rcgali in Cafteletenli Pugna 

Francis erepto ■ ib. apud ib. \ 642 

6597 Breviarium Hiftoricum Inclyti Ordinis Velleris Aurei 

ib. apud ib. 1 65 z 

6598 ' Portus Iccius Julii Cjefaris Demonftratus 

ib. apud ib. \6zj 

6599 ■ Apologctica Diflertatio de Juris Utriufque Architeftis Ju- 

fiiniano Triboniano Gratiano& S. Raymundo ib. apud ib. 165 1 

6600 ' ■ Pulvis Febrifugus Orbis Americana ib. apud ib. 1653 

6601 Collins Commericum Epiftolicum & Aliorum dc Analyfi Promota 

Land. 171Z 

6602 Idem, /o/iis deaurat. ■ - • ib. 1712 

6603 Charletoni OnomalUcon Zoicon cui accedunt MantifTa Anatomica 

Sc quxdam de Variis FoiTilium Generibus, Charta Maxima 

Land. 1668 
660^ CiffiodOTiOperZ, /o/iis iff dorjis deaurat. — — Paris 1588 
6605 Commelini Prseludia Botanica ad Publicas Plantarum Exoticarum 

Demonftrationes, cum fig. — — — — L. Bat. 1703 
-6606 Columns Minus Cognicarum Rariorumque Noilrb Coelo Orientium 

Stirpium ecphrafis, cum fig. — — — Roma 16 16 

6607 ■ Purpura, ejufdem Minus Cognitarum Stirpium pars altera, 

cum fig. ■■ — — — ib. 1616 

6608 Camerarius de Scotorum Fortitudine Do6lrina & Pietate 

Paris 1 63 1 

6609 ■ Scotlanae Ecclefiae Infantia Virilis.^tas, Seneftus;^. 1647 

6610 Chimentelii MarmorPifanum de Honore Bifellii Bononia 1666 

661 1 Capacii Puteolana Hiftoria, acceffit ejufdem de Balneis Libellus 

Nea^oli 1604 

6612 Caracciae Elogiallluft. Patavinorum Conditorifque^Urbis, cum fig- 

Pata-v. ibjo 

6613 Casfalpini de Metallicis, Libri tres Rom^e apud Zannettum 1566 

6614 Chartarii Imagines Deorum qui ab Antiquis colebantur 

Lugd. 1 58 1 

66 1 5 Cornelii Celfi de Re Medica, Lib. Ofto, cum Notis Brachelii 

L. Bat. apud Plantin. 1 592 

6616 Clerici, Danielis, Hiftoria Naturalis & Medica Latorum Lumbri- 

corum, cum fig. • Geneva 1715 

6617 Cypriani, Joh. Hiftoria Animalium, cum Comment. & Supple- 

men c. 4 vol. • — Franc/. 17 12 

66 1 3 Cudworth Fides Ecclefias Anglicans Vindicata ab Incertitudine 

Oxon. 1688 
6619 Cafalii^sde Veteribus Chriftianoxum Ritibus, cum fig. Roma 1645 

66zi Ca- 



LIBRI LATIN I. Q^„^„^; ,;. 

6620 Cenomanus de Arboribus Conifer^ ^;„f^ j aj • .. 

66.Z Cottunius de Couf^cl.ndo E^l^r.^r..,., f.^.s ,Jrt"'' '''^^ 

6623 Carpentarii Animadvenlones in Pet. Rami Di.I.a. itflkuf '^^' 

6624 Caltelli Lexicon Medicum ^^'^- ''^ v ^^'.''f'^^^S^^ 

662s Cuiaci Obfervationum & Emendationi-^i I :k f''''''^ ^''^'^ '?^' 

66.7 CommentariiinEpiftolasPauIiadRomanos&adGalaur" '^^^ 

66.8 Colleaa Archivi^CanceIlari.jara, cu. Cr.et';^'^.;/^^ 

66.9 CiaconusdeJejaniisAvaria eorumafud Anti.u^XUT'ln^^^' 
6630 CafiideAnimalibus Medico Qu^fliones&Problemata^""^ '^^^ 

663, Colomefii, Pauli, Opera, curante F.brkfo'" '"^'T't^"- '^^' 
663Z Cornarii univerfa: l^i'm^W^ £^^^0 "^"'^^ '^09 

6633 Coed deconfcribendaHifioriaDialogus'^"-^''- ^^^'^ ^-^^'^- '5J9 

6634 Cafe (Joan.) Latina Monumenta ^ Florent oJTT '^^J 

6635 CepofeCautilce , ^Jorent. apud Juntas 1567 

6636 Caferta de Natura & Ufa Vinorum I ' a^''";' '^^^ 

663S Colloquium Peccatoris & Crucifixi [efu ChHftT ^'''''' ' ^l ' 

6639 Ca.^,„i L^,, DieNa^Hen. &'* i. ,ece„£l: r^tS 

/" Idem " ■ • tiamburgi 1 6 1 4 

\OhVarii Annotat. in Pomponium IWelam '^' '^' + 

6640 <^^ Sfera di Procolo Liceo tradotta da M. Egnatio Danti 

^Ma Pregrinazione Filofofica trattatello daPa^anS GaTde^S 

0645 ^'^^'«ingeri Specimen Hun gan^^ Literate PraZf WW 

,|0+7 v.amoms (Lud.) Emendationura & Obfetvacionum lib. 

" ^' ^648 CoLV 



242 LIBRILJTTNL Quarto. 

Collenutii Hiftorix Nerpolitarac, Lib. VI. Jja/U. i^-jz 

Reinoldii Hcrdenllcnii de JBello Mofcovitico Comment. Lib. Vf. 

fi6 8 «^ - «*. \^SS 

004» SContarenusdeBelloTurcico contra Vfenetos ib. 1573 

'Staniflai Krziilanouvie Defcriptio Statuum Regni Polom's 

Moguutitc 1686 

6649 Collenutii Hiftofias Neopolitana:, Lib. VL Bafil. 1572 

6650 Chaloacrus de Republica Anglorum Inftauranda, corio turcica deau' 

rat. Land. 1579 

6651 Cor. Cepionis de Rebus Geflis Petri Mocenici Imperat. Lib. 

Fenet. 1477 
6651 Cafauboni, Ifaaci, Epiftolae •■ ■ HagarCom. 163S 

6653 Capellus de Ponderibus Nummis & Menfuris Franc/. i6c6 

6654 ColPedio Differtationum rarifllmamm liiftorico-Philolcgicamn ex 

Mula-o, Joa. Geo. Gra:7ii ■ ' ■ — — L. Bat. 1716 

6655 Chryfolloiui, Joa. de Orando Deo Oratio, Greece, Lineis Rubris 

Paris 1638 

6656 Caftel de Neceflitate Baprifmi • Sedani 1631 

6657 Caneparius de Atramentis cujufcunque Generis Venet. 1619 
661; 8 Idem, foliis deaurat. ■ - Lond. 1660 

6659 Caius de Antiquitate Oxon. k Canr?.b. Acadeniiae Lo7id. 1574 

6660 Hirtoria; Cantabrigienfis Academije ab Urbe Condita 

i^- »574 

6661 Camilli de Ordine ac Methodo in Scientia Servandis lib. 

Venet. apud Faulum Manntiam I561 

6662 Chemyni Antapologiaadverfus Aurelium Albucium Paris. 1531 

6663 Crophii Antiquitates Macedonicae J'^»'^ 1682 

6664 Commodiani Inftruftiones advcrfus Gentium Decs pro Chrilliana 

Diiciplina fulli Lmcorum 1650 

6665" Caballus de Chriflo Judice Istis Animis e.xpeilando Romrt 156:! 

CCatalogus Clarorum Hifpani* Scriptorum Moguntitt (607 

(r666 < Scriptorum Florentinorum omnis Generis 

(^ Flor cut. apud Juntas 1599 

6667 ConftitiUiones Si Dccreta Provincialis Synodi Ncapolitana; 

Neapo/i I 5 3i 

6668 Cowpcr Glandularum nuper dctedarum Duftuumquccarum Exj 

cretonorum delcriptio, cu)ri fig. - ■ Lond. i 

6669 Cancellaria Hifpanicp, adjedla liint Aifta Publica Frajiadti 163, 
zb-jo Certamen Seraphicam Provincial Anglijc pro Sanfta Dei Ecclef 

cum fig. ■ ■ . . Dunci i 64^ 

^1671 Idem, cario turcica, foliis deaur at. ^ •■■ - ibid. 1641 

6672 Conrmgius de Antiquitatibus Academicis Helmejtadii 167] 

^673 de Habitus Corporum German. Antiqui ac Novi Caufis '' 

ib. i6( 

fgy^ ■ deNummis Hebra:;nrnm Paradoxa ib. t6' 

6675 Coetfii Horologiographia Plana L. Bat. 169!^ 

067C) Cupani Hortub Calholic'os — — _ 1 Neapoli 1696 

6^77 Coccej'us de Lege Salica • ■ Fleidelbfrgts 167« 

667S Clutiusde Nuce Medica & de Hemerobio five Ephemero Infedoi 

Majali Vcrme • ■ Amft. 1634 

6679 Cyrilli ConfcfTio Chriiliara; Fidei, Gr. Lat. Ge/u'va: 1633 

66^0 Chnppulius de Mente & Memoria, corio turcica, foliis deaurat. 

apud B. Accentium 1511 

6681 Codex 



LIBRI LAriNI. Quarto. 243 

36Si Codex Legum Norvegicarum, cum aliis traSi. • ■ - 1657 

3682 Chefelden Index Humani Corporis partium Anatomicus Lond.ijii 

J683 Confeflionale Domini Anthonini ■ — Ftorent. 1487 

J684 Chryfollomus de Providentia Dei utili admodum ut uullisjam Vi- 
ta: hujus Cafibus adverfus dici quis poterit Alo^en. 1487 

568; Contarenusde BelloTurcico contra VenetDS ^nfil- i;73 

36.86 Cholgii Ailronomica, Arab. & Lat. Studio & Opera, Joh. Gravii 

Lend. 1652 
3687 Caliagnefii, Jacobi, Elogiorum Civium Cadomenfium, folUi deau- 

rat. ' ■ ■ ■ ■- Cadomi \b<:(^ 

SS88 Crahanthorp de Providentia Dei Traftatus ■ Cantab. 1623 

5689 Cafauboniad Epift. Card. Perronii Refponfio • Land. 161 2 

&6go Cooke contra H. Garnetum • Oxon. 1608 

66gi Courtnei Oratio in Funere Elizabeths a Lotharingia Bavarix Du- 

cis ■ • Leodii 163; 

5662 Demoivre MifcellaneaAnalytica "de Seriebus & Quadraturis, Charta 
Maxima • — — — . . Lo>id, 1730 

6693 Dominicus, Ant. Afl'ertor Gallicus contra Vindicias Hifpanicas, 

Joa. Jac. ChifHetii, C/;>a. Max,foliisdiaurat. 

Paris e Typograph. Reoia 1 646 

6694 De Camps Selefia Namifmata in .^re Maxinii Moduli Interp. 

per Vaillact. iUuft. Paris 1694 

6695 De Mylteriis Sacrx Paffionis Chrifti Dialogus, corio turcica, deau. 

Colon. 1499 
6^96 Du Hamel Hiftoria Regiae ScientiaramAcademias ib. 1 7c i 

6697 De Bie Numifmata Aurea Imp. Rom. ex Recenfione Havercampi 

/Imji. 1738 

6698 Debrii Difquifitionum Magicaruro, Lib. fex. — C Agrip. 1657 

6699 De Prxfedturae & Epifcopi Urbis Roms Dioecefi Conjettura 

Francofurti 16 18 

6700 Donati Roma Vetus ac Recens utriufque ^^Idihciis ad Erudicnm 

Cognitionem Expofiti?, cum Jig. Rom^e 164S 

6701 Dpdwel de Veteribas Graecorum Romanorumque Cyclis 

Oxon. 1701 

6702 Duns Scot! Qusftiones Quodlibeticae Venet. 1481 

6703 Dini, Francifci, de Antiquitatibus Umbrorum Thufcorumque 

Sede ■ — ' • ib. 1 704 

6704 Dalmada Epiftola Apologetica adverfus Epiftolam Gualreri Had- 

dori, corio turcica deaur: — -^— ■ ■ Ant-u. 1 566 

6705 Dacherii Veterum Aliquot Scriptorum qui in Galliae Bibliothecis 

maxime Benediflinorum latuerant Spicilegium, / 3 vol. 

Paris 1665 

6706 De Wilde Selefla Numifmata Antiqua ^ — Amji. 1692 

6707 Doute (Philippi) de Succo Gyrenaico Diatriba — Paris 165.8 
^708 Diverfarutn Gentium Armatura Equ,eiiris, cnni ~7 f'g- 

0709 De Bez (Ferrandi) de Viris ^lluft. Francorum primi Generis, lib. 

,Paris 1573 

6710 Deirpfleri Appnra:n« aij HifloHam ScQtic.am,..irib. 11. 

' ' " ' , ,' Bano7ii^ 1622 

671 1 • Hifloria Ecclefiaftica Gentis Scotorum -r ib. \tz^ 

•6712 Defehfoiiujn curatorum. contra COS qu) Prii\ilegi?.;oi le, dicunt 

;, V ' ,, .T-orms 1461 

6713 DoniwJae df Patria ProperJjf.P^jffae Tul^imtr 1629 

' , ■"■ ■ W\< I 6714 Daur 



244 LIBRI LATINL Quarts. 

8714 Danfquii Terra & Aqua feu Terra: Flutantes Pari/ i6j7 

6715 Drahi, Francifci, Expeditio in Indias Occidentales, Anno 1585 

Ley dig 1588 

6716 De Antiqua Ecclefise Britannicas Libertate Diatribe Brug. 1656 

67 1 7 Donati de Medica Hilloria Mirabili, Lib. Sex. 

Fenet. a fud Juntas 1597 

6718 Duellii Mifcellaneorum quae ex Codicibus MS. collegit, 2 voJ. 

a Vind. \~jZrt^ 

6719 Des Cartes Epiftolae — — — . Land. 1668 

6720 Muficae Compendium ■ 7. ad Rh. 1650 

6721 Damiani Gazophylacium Britannicum ■ ■ ' Lo)2d. 

6722 Dyonifius de'Situ Orbis Latine Venet. 1478 

6723 Dialccticon Viri boni & Literati de Veritate, Natura, atque Sub- 

Itantia Corporis & Sanguinis Chrifti in Euchariilia Lond.\6%% 

6724 De Alchimia Opufculacomplura Veterum Philofophorum 

7". ad Ma?i. 1550 

6725 Diirintii Praefatio ad Leonem Pontifi. ejufdem de Conjuratione Ca- 

t ilinrt de Exilio & Reditu Ciceronis, cum multis aliis Trail. 

6726 Deventer Operationes Chirurgicse qaibus manifeftatur Ars Obfte- 

tricandi, cum fig. • • L. Bat. 1701 

6727 Diaria de BeJio Caroli VIII. Gallorum Regis contra Italos 

Venet.i^^S 
6yz'& Drelincurtii Opufcula Medica qua; reperiri potuere omnia 

HagaCom. 1727 

6729 Davidfonui de Febre Quartana L.Bat. 1686 

6730 Dathi, Augullini, de variis Loquendi Figuris Libellus, fine Anno 

aut Loco. 

, ^ CDivinaMilTa St. Joan, Chryfollomi Gra^ce Venet. 

*'73' '^Nonni Parnphrafis Gr. Ev,in. S. Johan. ib. 

6732 Dcorum Dearumque Capita ex Antiquis numifmatibus Ortelli col- 

lefta •■■ ■ Jntv. apttdPlantin. \6iz 

6733 Drufii Apopluhfgmata Ebnorum ac Arabum Franck. 161 2 

6734 De Concione quadam apud Regem &c Optimates fuper future Statu 

Regni, per Filium Regis ■■ — - - Ant-v. 1496 

6731; Decreta Provincialis Synodi Genuenfis Ger.uce 1575 

6736 De Myllica Numerorum Significatione Opufculum, 

Paris apud Hen. Steph. ' 
67y Defcriptio Urnas Sepulchralis nuper extra Urbem Moguntinam 

erutas — . ' Mogunti^ 

6738 Dee, Joan. Monas Hieroglyphica Antv. 1564 

6739 D'fiertatio Theoretico-Pradica de Febribus Continuis — Lond. 1 7cx) 

6740 De Execrabili & Nefanda Frarrum Ruvenorum in Serenii-Scotorum 

Re2is Caput Conjuratione apud Perthum Augullo Menfe, An. 
i6coNarr2Tio Edinb. 1601 

6741 DalecliLimpiu.s de Vita&Obitu Dcm. Harrifoni Canlab.ibiz 

674/ DJonyfii Memoria multa memorabit Dies Mundi Sc Radicem Vcrbi 

inventi in Lingua Sanda > • Hamb. 1638 

6743 Elogja AbbatumSacriMonafterii Cafinenfis ■ ■ ■ Neap. 1643 

6744 Epiltola Critica in qua omnes Dcdiflimi Bentleii in Phaedrum Notie 

atque Enjendationes expcnduntur — Lotid. 1726 

6745 Epitome Operis Pafchal is ■ Florent. 1733 

6746 Epiftolx & Evangelia, cum Precibus Sclavonice — ^ Venet. 1626 

6747 Elenchus Tabnlarum Pinacothecarum atque Nonnullorum Cimelio- 

ruD) in G'zopliylacio Levini Vincent . ■ HarleL. ij\q 

6748 Eitjch 



LTBRI LATIN I, Quarto. 245^ 

6748 Eutychii Annales Arab. & Lat. Interp. Edw. Pocochio, zvo\. Ch. 

max. • ' • Oxon. 1659 

6749 Eufebii Romani ad Theophilum Galium Epiftola de Cultu Sando- 

rum ignotorum -— — . Paris 1698 

tj^o de Vita&Morte S. Hieronymi » i486 

CEuclidis Rudimenta Mufices, ejufdem Se£tio Regulae Harmonicae, 
675 1< Gr. Lat. ib.ap. Wechelium ii^^-j 

C, Optica & Catoptrica, Gr. Lat. ' ■■ ib. apudib. 1557 

6752 Optica & Catoptrica, Gr. Lat./o/iis deaurat. 

ib. apudib. 1557 

6753 Epiftolae Vet. Oratorum Philofophorum & Rhetoricorum, Graece, 

Venet apud Aldum 1 499 

6754 Eccardi Brevis ad Hiftoriam Germaniz Introduftio, cum aliis Trail. 

Helmftad. 

6755 . de Nummis — — ___ Lipfia 1722 

6756 Eufebius de Vita S. Hieronymi, corio turcica deaurat. Editio anti- 

q'ua, Jine Anno aut Loco. 

r^Epiltols Samaritans Sichemitarum ad Job. Ludolphum cum ejuf- 

, J dem, Lat. Verf. & Annotat. corio turcica, deaurat. Cine 1688 

' 57S Ritratti de Principi d'Efte con I'Aggiunto de loro fatti Piu me- 

(^ morabili da Ant. Canda — • in Ferrara \6j^x 

6758 Eggelingius de Mifcellaneis Germaniae Antiquitatibus,5r^»7<^ 1694 

6759 de Orbe Stypico Antinoi Br ernes 1691 

6760 Ecclingii Cenfura Cenfurae Myfteriorum Cereris & Bacchi 

Lipfi<£ I 684 

6761 Egnatius de exemplis iiluft. Virorum Venetae Civitatis atque alia- 

arum Gentium ■ ■ ■ — — — Venet. 1554 

6762 Epiftolae S. S. Patrum, corio turcica, deaurat. Editio Vetuf. 

6763 Frotiani Vocum, quae apud Hippocratem funt Colleflio, cum An- 

notat. B. Eullachii Venet. apud Juntas 1566 

6764 Erafmi Explanatio Symboli quod Apoftol, dicitur Decalogi Precep'- 

torum & Dominicas Precationis, foliis deaurat. 

Bajil. apud Froben 1535 
6765 ■ Morias Encomium — — — ib. apudib. 1515 

6766 Excerpta ex Literis iiluft. Virorum ad Joh. Hevelium perfcriptis. 

Opera J. EriciOlhofF - Gedani \6i-^ 

6767 Eralli Epillolae de Aftrologia Divinatrice Bafil i 58a 

6768 Emanuelis Thefauri Idea Argutje & Ingeniofae Diftionis ex Arilto-^ 

tele eruta ■ .. Franc. i6g8' 

6769 EpiflolEe Illuftrium Virorum ■ — Paris 1488' 

6770 Ex A£tis Synodicis & aliis Diligenter & Fideliter Colle£lio 

Wittenbergte 1559 
f Epiftola mifla Clementi Papaj VI. in fine leguntur, Datum in Cen- 
tra Terra ac inP alalia noftra tenebricofo preefentibus naflris Via- 
monibus, propter hoc Specialiter evocatis, ad nojirum Conjijiorium 
dolor ofiim^fub nojiri terribilis Signi CharaJlere in Robur pra* 
6771*^ n:iJforum. 

Bulla Leonis X. contra Errores Martini Lutheri. 

M. Lutherus adverfus execrabilem Antichrifti Bullam 152(5 

■ Affertio omnium Articulorum M. Lutheri, per Bullam 

I Leonii X. Noviff. Damnatarum, corio turcica, foliis deaurat. 

6772 Epifcopus ab Auguftino Valerio Epifcopo Veronx Defcriptus 

Verona: I 586 

6773 Expofuio Hymnorum fecundum Ufam Sarutil — tand.apud Pynfon. 

6774 Epiitol^ 




LIBRI LATIN I, Ql^arto. 

"EpiftolcE Hai Ebn Yokdhan Arab. 8c Lat. per Pocochium 

Oxon. 1671 
.Wind & de Vita Funftorum Statu • • Land. 1665 

6775 Emblemata Aniiiverfaria Academias Altorfinnc Norimb. 1597 

6776 Ivpirtola: Pii Pontificis de Remedio Amoris, 7?«^ Anvo aut Loco. 

6777 Ephemeris Expeditionis Norreyfii & Draki in Lufitaniam 

Land. 1589 

6778 Epiftolaedure de Obitu Do£l. Mart. Buceri Land. 1551 

6779 Fontanini Diflertado de Corona Ferrea Longobardorum .R5»7iri7i7 
67S0 • • de Antiquitatibus Hovt^ Colonias Etrufcorum, Lib. tres, 

Cb. mar . cianf., " 

6781 Fredri CelTorum Populi Poloni fub Henrico Valefio Polonftrum 

poflea vero Galliae Rcge, Ch. max. Daniif, 1652 

i'}j^z Friend de Purgantibus Epiftolas Land. 1719 

6783 Idem, Ch.max. ib. 1719 

f'-'S^ • de quibuldam Variolarum Generibus Epiftola ip. 1723 

b;'>5 Fiacaftorii Opera Omnia Venet. apud jfuntas \^<^^ 

0786 Fabraj dePlantis & deGenerationeAnimalium, ejuldem de Homine 

Paris 1666 

6787 Fabri, Petri, Semefiriam • Lugd. 1592 

678S Fabretivis de Aqais & Aquaeduflibus Veteris Romsc, cum fg. 

Rom/e 1680 

6789 Falcandi Hiftoria Sicilise, Lineis rubris — Varhapuddu Puys I 550 

6790 Ferrarius de Florum Cultura, cum jig. • Rom<r 1633 

6791 — de Veterufn Acclamationibus & Plaofu Medial. 1627 

c-92 de Re Veftiaria, cum Jig. — — Pata'v.\b%^ 

'6793 Eleftorum Libri duo Accefferunt Epiftolas & Infcriptiones 

ib. 1679 

6794 Facius de Rebus Neapolitanis——Zr, Bat. apud Seb.Gryph. 1562 

6795 Fabricii Bibliographia Antiquaria • Hamb. 171 J 

6796 Fonl'eca in VII. Libros Aphorifm. Hippocratis Coramentaria 

Fenet. 1621 

6^97 . de Kominis Excreraentis Libellus •- ■ " Paris 161 3 

679S Falconerii Infcriptiones Athleticx ■ Romts i668 

6799 Francifci Florentis de Uiu & AH<Soritate Pallii Traftatus, cum aliis 

Iraa. Paris 1640 

68co Forcatuli Sphrera Lcgalis - ■ Lugd. apud Tornaf. 1 549 

6801 Frankenaa lacra Themidis Hifpanae Arcana Hannev. 1705 

•6802 Frontonus de Origine Parochiarum — Paris 1660 

6'Soz Feneiiella de Mag-.llratibus Sacerdotiirque Romanorum, Lib. 11. 

Paris apud Vafcofan I 5 50 
6^03 Folieta?, XJberti, Opufcula Roma \i^-]\ 

6804 — de Sacro Fcedere in Selinum, Lib. IV. ejufdem vari;E Ex- 

pediciones in Africam ■ Genua: 1585 

6805 Falloppius de Mcdicatis Aquisatque de Foffilibus Venet. 1564 

6106 Fuaccii.de Adolelcentia Latins: Lingnfe Tradatus 

Marburgi Cattorum I 723 
6807 • de Virili /Etate Lntinsc Linguje ib. ilzj 

6808 Ferrandi Imperati Hiiloria Naturalis Libri XXVIII. Colon. 1695 

6809 Failorum Kalendarium, Lib. II. ex Vet. Monimentis, &c. Aufti & 

Emendati __— _. — __ Jmjl. 1600 

6810 Freheri Explicatio Gemmarum BigA Icil. Sardonyx & Sapphirus 

Hjidelb. 1 68 1 
68 J I FeJijias de-Kcgil» IS .Sicilis:& Apu'eiai - ■■- ■ • Han. i(ni 

bSiz l'(X 



L 1 B K 1 J^ /i'l 1 ly 1. V^^ARTo. 24.7 

Tox Opus Eximium de Vera DifFercntia Regis Poteftstis & Ec- 

clefialticse ' ■ — — Loud. 1534 

iHanerub de fincera Cognitione Chrifli ac vera in ilium Fide 

/~ Fragmenturn Stq^hani Byzantini de Dodone, cum triplici Vert. 

\ Lat. cv Acad, Exercitat. Jac. Gronovu L. Bat 16S4 

6813/ Vila Dari. Coffonij, com Notis Gronovii ib. 1695 

) Harpocraiionis de Vocibus Libsr, Gr. Lat, cum Notis Gronovii 

(, ib. 1696 

68.J4 Fabricii Rerum Mifnicarum, Libri VH. Lipfice 1569 

^jj C Freherus de Re Monetaria Vet. Roraanoram. •^"^^- ' 605 

'5'^Orefnicius de Matatione Monets ■ • — ib. 1699 

6616 Faber. Maith. Hiftoria Scrychnomanise ■■ a Vindsl. 1677 

6817 Falli Acadcmjci Studii Gerieralis Lovanienfis Zlax'. 1635 

6818 Fulgofj, Baptillae, Anceros, corio turcica, foliis dtaurat. 

Mediolani 1 49.6 

6819 Finei, Orontii, Ge.orr.etria Praflica • Argent 1558 

6820 Fureri, Chrillioph. Itinerahura ^gypti, Arabiae, PalselHnce, Syria:, 

aliarumq; RegionumOrientalium, cum fg. Norinh. 1621 

6821 Franfi Infigniiim, Armorum, Erablematum Hicroglyphorum & 

Symbolorum • Lend. 15SS 

6S22 Fracantiani in Lib. Hippocratis de Alimento Comcientarius 

Foiet. 1566 

6823 Fragmenta Stephani de Urbibus, Gr. Lat. cum Notis Tennulii 

AmJ}. 1669 

6824 Fulconi Ludus Geometricus •■ • — — Land. n^jS 

6825 Fellcri Vindicias adverfus Eggelingii Cenfuras Myfteriorum Cereris 

& Bacchii Lipfi^ \6^^ 

6826 Fenarii Euclidcs Catholicus > ■ ■ Land. 1673 

6827 Gratiani, Johannis, Hilloriarum Venetarum, Lib. XXXIL 2 vqI. 

Ch. max. • ■ ■ Patav. 1 72 8 

6S2S • Fnnfcifci, Compendium Juris Canonici Feaet. 1580 

6829 Gratiolius de prajclaris Mediolani yEdificiis, cum Jig. Medial. 1735 

6830 Grandamici de Die fupremo & Natali Clirifti» Qua^ltio Evangelica 

coiio turcica, deaurat. foliis deaurat. Fife a And. 166» 

6831 Guihericus de Officiis Domus Augullae Publicx Si Private 

Paris 1628 

6832 Gordonii PrstermifTorum Juris Civilis ■ ih. 1632 

6S33 Grandi Geometrica Demonftratio Thcorematum Kugenianorum 

circa Logarithmicam Lineam Florent. 1701 

6834 de Infinitis Infinitorum, &c, - Pijit lyio 

6835 Gabrielis Metropoli'.iE Opufcula. Gr, Lat. Paris 1671 

•6835 Guill maanus deAntiqua & vera Origine DomusAufiriaj 

Mediolani 1^0^ 

6836 Gaitte, Jacobi, Tr^ftatus de Ufura & Fenore, item de Uiurjrja 

trium Contra6luum Pravitate Pvris i(.Si 

6P37 Gravefande Introductio ad Philofophiam Newtoni^nam, 2 vol. 
cum fig. — ' L. Bat. }yz^ 

6838 Glaflii, Salomonis, Opera recenfulc, Tho. Crencies L. Bat. 1700 

6839 Gibfoni Chronicon Saxonicum — Oxon 1692 

6840 ■ Idem, cum variis Manufc/'ipis, per Humph. Wanlnium 

ib. (69Z 
684 r Gynaecaeorum five de Mulierum affeftibus Comment, cum fig. 

Bafi/ i^iS 
6842 Gakier 



248 LIBRI L At IN I, Quarto. 

6842 Galtier Via ad Inllitutiones Juris Civilis Tolofa \()gj 

6343 GorlzeiDaftilothecacumExplicat. Jac. Gronovii, ^ Jjg.cha. maxi 

L. Bat. 1707 

6844 Glandorpii Opera omnia • — Land, 1729 

r Grabe Differtatio de variis Vitiis LXX. Interpretum Verfioni an- 
\ te B. Origenis aevum illatis, /tf/. <^<'fl«;■fl^ Oxon ij 10 

6845 / Epiftola ad Millium ejufdem Diflertat. de feptuagint. 

} t&. lyio 

(, Hooper de Valentinianorum Hxrefi Conjefturas — LonJ. 171 1 

684O Grevini'de Venenis, Lib, duo Antv. apud Plantin. 1571 

6847 Gronovii, }oa. Fred. Pecunia vetus — — L. Bat. 1691 

6848 — Jacobi, Difquiiitio de Icuncula Smetiana -— ib 1 693 

6849 Gramondi Hilloria Rebellionis Proftratae, corio turcica foliis deau- 

rat. ' ■■ - ■ ^Tolofa: 1625 

6850 Gothofredus de Salario •■ ■ Geneves 1666 

6851 - De diverfis ReguHs Juris An tiqui — ih. 1653 

6852 Gudii & Aliorum Epiftola; curante Burmanno Ultrajeiii 1697 

6853 Grapaldus de Partibus ^dium Lexicon utiliflimum — Bajil 1533 

6854 GiardtE Icones & Eclogae Synibolicae Bibliothecs Alexandrine 1628 

6855 Godwin dePrcefulibus Anglic Commentarius, cha. max. fol.deau- 

rat. — ■ • Land. 1 6 1 6 

r^Gregorii Nazienzeni in Julianum Invediv^ duae cum Scholiis 

f-nrj Grsecis ■ — — Eaton 1610 

5 ^Joan. Metropolitani Euchaitenfis Verfus lambici in principal. 
(^ Feftorum « ' • ib- i6io 

6857 Galcotii Martii Narecienfis contra Merulam de Homine 

Bononitf 1 476 
6S58 Galen de Optimo docendi Genere Graece Paris apud Morell. 1577 

6859 — — — DePulfibus Libellus Paris apud ffeche/ i^^S 

6860 ■ De afFeftorum Locorum Notitia Libri fex Gulielmo Copo 

Intcrprete Liber Membraneus eft Literis initial, illuminat. corio tur- 
cica, Lineis rubris, foUis deaurat. — Paris apud H. Steph. 1 5 1 3 

6861 ' Opufcula quaedam Grjece — — — — Bajil. 1544 

6862 Gerberti & Aliorum Epiftolje • ■ Paris 1611 

6863 Ga<3dii Adlocutiones & Elogia Exemplaria, Cabaliftica, Oratoria, 

Mixta, Sepulchralia ■ ■ Florentine 1636 

6864 Elogia Hiftorica tnm Soluta, cum vindla — ;^, 1636 

6865 Gockelius de Serpentaria Virginiana J^»^ '7'o 

6866 Gemmarum Antiquarum -^re incifarura CoIle(f^io, 

6867 GefneriEpiftoIaeMedicinales Tiguri i^yy 

6868 GregoriiNyffeni deVirginita^e Liber, Gr. Lat. 

Jnt'v.apnd Plantin 1574 

6869 Ghetaldi Promotus Archimedis Rotn^g apud Z,annettum 1603 

6870 Guillimanni de Rebus Helvetiorum, Libri V. Jmiterni 162^ 

6871 Golmanni Traftatus de Magi?, Veneficis, & Lamiis 

Frattoif, 1 59 1 

6872 Guillonius de Dialeftis — — Paris apud JVechel 1^61 

6873 Gramaye Antiquitates Comitatus Namurcenfis, Lib. VIL 

Lovanii 1670 

6874 Gregorii Theffalon. Orationes, Graece, cun aliis Tra-^i. Gnece, 

6875 Gaudentii Mifcellanea Italica Erudita, 4 vol. — Parm^e i6go 
6875 Guilandri Comment, in tria Plinii Majoris de Papyro Capita 

Fenet. 1572 

6877 GattiHiftoria G\mnafii Ticinenfis Mediolani ijo^ 

6i7i Gio. . 



LIBRI L At IN I. Quarto. 249 

587S Grotii de Principiis Juris Naturalis Enchiridion HagaCom. 1677 

5879 Geographica antiqua, Gr. Lat. cum Notis var. edente Gronovio 

L. Bat. 1697 

5880 Grofii Horribilium Hiftoriarum Lib. II. IJlebia: 1596 

588 1 ■ De Speftris & Apparitionibus Spirituum — ib. 1597 

6882 Gaffendus de Vita &MoribusEpicuri > Hagce Com. 16 !{(> 

6883 Gravinx Ofigines Juris Civilis Lip/. ijiB 

6884 Gauricies de Sculptura, Lud. Demonciofius de vet. Sculptura & 

Gorlffii Dadyliotheca, cum Jig. Jntv, 1689 

6885 Guidott de Theimis Britannicis, cum Jig. • LonJ. i6gi 

6886 Gregorii, Sti. Opera — - Par. 1491 

6887 Grynasi Hyporanemata in Malachiam Prophetam Ba^/ 1583 

6388 In Pauli Epirt, ad Galatas Analyfis ■ ib. 1533 

6889 Gulielmus, Johan, de Ludis Equcftribus yen^eifSg 

6890 Grotii Vita: Juris confultorum • L. Bat. i6go 

68gi Gardiner, Steph. contra Bucerum ■' Loi'aKii i^^^ 

689 2 Gewoldi Chronicon Reicherepergenfe ■ Monachii 1 6 i i 

6893 Goxter de Perfpiratione Infenfibili Sanftoriana-Batava Traftatus 

L. Bat. 1725 

6894 Garmannus de Miracnlis Mortuorum ■ Liffia 1670 

6895 Gerfonus, Joan, de Praeceptis Decalogi, de Confeffione & de Arte 

Moriendi, corio turcica deaurat. Editio cntiq.Jine loco aut Anna 
^Gretferi Summula Cafuum Confcientis de Sacramenti;, corio tur- 

68o6< "" hgoljladii i6n 

y y " Difputatio de Matrimonio, ^ Tonjura Gordoniana 

(^ ib. iSll 

6897 Gallorum Infubrum antiquas fedes ■. Mediolani \^^i 

6898 GuaUheri, Geo. Sicilia antiquae Tabulse Literales, foliis deaurat, 

Mejfana 1624 

6899 GuifFartus de Cordis Officio •■ — — Rothomagi x^c^z 

6900 Gaflendi novas Stellse circa Jovem vifc Judicium 

Paris fpua Cramoijy 1642 

6901 Gravius de Apoplexia L. Bat. 1685 

6902 Gregorii Optica Promota ■■■ - ■■ — - Lond. 1663 

6903 Gentilis, Albericus, de Poteftate Regis abfoluta de Unione Regno- 

rum Britannije & de vi civium in Regem Temper injufta LonJ. 1605 

6904 • De Jure Belli Comment, tres ■ " — ib. 1589 

6905 Gallia Orientalis five Gallorum qui Linguam Hebrseam vel alias 

Orientales excoluerunt Vitse ■ " tLga Com. i6k^ 

> 6906 Guidiccionii Elegia in Tufculanam Am^nitatem 

Rom^s a pud Zanettum .162^ 

6907 Guarinus de Differentia amici & Adulatoris, Jine Anno aut loco 

6908 Graiwinckelii Maris Liberi Vindicias adverfus Cul. Welwood 

Hagte 1653 

6909 Greaves de Linguas Arabics Utilitate & Prseftantia Qxon 1 639 

6910 Geneiii'de Ritu Nuptiarum & Difpenfatione Libri tres 

Lond. apudCanjuood l>53 

691 1 Hadrianus VI- five Analefta Hiftorica de Hadri^no iexto Colltgic 

Edidit & Notas adjecit Cafjp. Burmannus, Cka. max. 

T.ad. Rb. 1727 

6912 Harduinus deEaptiftno ■ . •■ ■■ ■ Paris 16^^ 
69 '3 ■' Nummi Antiqui Pt)puIorum & Urbiumiiluftrati ib. 16S4 

6914 «^ . Chronologiae Veteris Tellamenti — — ib. 1700 

6915 Horas B. Mariae Virginia inufutn Sarum ■ ib. 1527 
^916 ■ _2j '_ l Idem, CGris turxico.dsaurnt, ■ ib. 1536 

X i 6917 -~^idcm 



250 LlBRI LATtNl Quarto. 

6917 ■ Idem, Liber Metnbraneus ejl^ turn multis fig. pulcher. il- 

lumtnat.follh deaurat. ' ' Baris fine Anno 

6qt8 Hincmari Opi^rcula& Epiftolac — — Paris 1615 

6919 Henrique^ Fafciculus Sanftorum Ordinis Ciflerciencis, 2 vol. 

Colon, y^grtp. 1631 

6920 Hotomani in fex Leees Obfcuriffimas Comment. Lugd. 1564 

6921 Honorii, Fhilippi, Tiiefaurus Politicus, _/<?///; <?Va«r/?f. 

Franco/. 1617 

6922 Hooper de Benedidione Patriarchae Jacobi, Genes. XLIX. Con- 

jedlurje, ejufdem de Valeminianorum Haerefi Conjefturae quibus 
illius Origo ex yEgyptiaca Theologia deducitur, 2 vol. corio tur- 
cica deaurat. Lineis rubris tj fol. deaurat. htijus Libri C. exemp. 
tantumlmpre'ja flint • • Lotid. ijil , Oxan. ibz^ 

6923 He.nnr.nnus, Jacobi, de Vii'ibus Sc Motibus Corporum Solidorum 

&FIaidorum • ■ jimjl.xjxb 

6924 ' hauli, Paradifus Batavus Continens plus Centum Plantas 

afFibre a;re incifas & Defcriptionibus illuft. — L. Bat. i6g8 

6925 Hody AngHcaniNov) Schifmatis Redargutio Oxon. 1691 

6926 Hugcnii de Terris Cceleftibus earumque Ornatu Conjefturai 

Hagtt Com. 1698 

6927 Homilia? SS. Patrum Grasce ■ renet. 

6928 Hifpanias Bibliotheca feu de Academiis ae Bibliothecis 

Franco f. 1608 

6929 Hippocratis deMorb's Popularibus Lib. primus & tertius Gr. Lat. 

qum Comment. Job. Friend • — — Lond. 1717 

6930 Idem, CharuMiixlmi, Jo Jits ^ dorfis deaurat. rA. 1717 

C Hippocratis de Gcnltura Sc de Natura Pueri, Gr. Lat. interp. Jo. 

693!'? Goroeo • • Peris apud VafcofanX^^^ 

^Galenas de Oflibiis GrjEce ■ ■'■ ib. apud ib. 1543 

6932 Hobbefii Vita Authore ieipfo • Lond. 1679 

^933 " — De Natnra jEris ib. 1661 

6934- Principia & Problemata aliquot Geometrica ib. 1674 

6935 Hora: B. Maria: Virginis in ufum Sarum, Liber Meinbraneus efi 

cum multis fig- viira pulchr. illuminat. Paris fi^ne Anna 

6936 Hankii Monumenca pie defundtis olim ereda Lipfia 1718 

6937 Hayi ad Davidem Betoun Card. Panegiricus — Paris 1540 

6938 Hiemeri Caput Medufe Monumentuin deteilum in Agro Wurtem 

bergico & brevi Diii'crtat. EpilL cxpofitum ^iutgardite 

6939 Hegcndorpiiini Methodus confcribendi Epifiolas Paris 1573 

6940 Holmin Literata • . . Holmia 1701 

^941 Horologiuni iE^erna: SapientijB Editio per vetufi. 

6942 Idem, corio turcica deaurat. ib. 

6943 Hartmanni Origires Scciotatis Chriltianai Bcro/ini t6g() 

6944 Hankius dc iiyzantin.irum Si i\omanaium Rerum Scriptoribus, 2 

vol. • Lipfia 1669 

6945 Hieroglyphica Korapollinis a D. Hoefchelio illuftrata 

A, Vindd. 1 595 

6946 Hafmanni Clironologia Sacra, Lib. vet. Teftamenti 

Hamhurgi 1734 

6947 Hymni ad ufum Samm _ ~ • . - .■ ■ Ajit'v. 1531 

6948 Hiedi, Petri, de .Aiiioris Generibu:» Lih. (orto turcieo fiol. deaurat. 

'lar-vifii 1492 
f<949 Henrici VIII. Regis Anglia: opufcula Lond. apnd Pyn/on 1^2 1 

^050 Liters ad Mart. Luiherum — . . — . -— fine Anna 

6cici HcB- 



LIBRI LATIN I. Quarto. 251 

695 1 Henfchenii de tribus Dagobertis Francorum Regibus Diatriba 

Antv. i6j5 

r Hiftoriac Danise Regum ab inccrto Auftore 

\ L. Bat.apuJ P/anfitt. i^g^ 
6952/ Adami Hiftoria Ecdefiaftica ih. ap. ib. icgr 

) Conieus ue Duplici Statu Religionis apud Scotos 

\^ Roma Typii Vaticqnis 1628 

6953 Hiftoria Deftrufticnis Trojae, Mancinus de Qaatuor Virtucibus — 

Bonaventura de preparatione ad MifTim cclebrand. Albertanusde 
Arte Loquendi, Dialogus Salomonis & M^rcolphi, Edith anti- 
qua fine Anno aut loco 

6954 Hugoni Analyfis Geometrica Gadibns \Sc)% 

6955 Heineccius de Prudentia Veterum Rom, — francquera 1724 

6956 Havercaittpi Differtationeo de Alexandri Magni Numidnate 

L. Bat. 1712 

6957 Huetius de Interpretatione — — Paris apud Cra?/tcijy i i:^t>i 
695S Hieronymi, Sti. Tranfitus • 1498 

6959 Hottingerus de ufu Linguarum Orientalium in Rebus Ticris 

Heidelbergts 1658 

6960 Heliodori Hinoria: iEthiopics, Grasce, Lineis rubris Bafil i^t^j^ 

6961 Hiftoria Olai Tryggwas Filii • XJpfala 1691 

6962 Helmoldi Chronica Slavorum • ■ • • Lubeca xbtia 

6963 — — — Idem, corio turcica • ■ ■ • ib. 1659 

6964 Hofpingus de Prifco & novo Jure Sigillorum Norimbergie 1642 

6965 Hygini Aflronomicon, Literis initial, colorat. Editio antiqua fine 

Anno aut loco 

6965 Heronis Clefibii Belopoecca, Gr. L?.t. A.Vindcl. 161 6 

6967 Hyginus& Polybius de Caftris Romanorum Amft. 1660 

696S Hypotypofis Arcium, Palatiorum, Librorum, &c. ab, illuft. & 

ftrenuo Viro Hen.Ranzovio Edita&: Confcripta, a Pet. Lindeberg 

Rojlocbii 1590 

6969 Henriquez Ordinis Ciftercienfis Scriptorum Anglis ^Hifpaniae Se- 

ries Lib. \\. corio turcica, fol. deaurat. — — Bruxellix ibzb 

6970 Hilloria Jofephi Patriarchae Arab. & Lat. per Erpenium 

Eeidre 16 [7 

697 1 Hulfii Effigies XI r. Primorum Casfarum & LXIV. Ipforum U|Xorum 

& Parentum ex antiquis numifmat. in sEreincifa: 

F. ad Menum 1597 

6972 Hordal, Ipa. Hiftoria Joan^iae D'Arc Aurelianenfis VueWs, cnm fig. 

y Ponti MuJJi 10 1 z 

6973 Hornii <uf Regali Metalli Fodinarum Jure Difquifuio brevis 

' Viteniberga i 703 

6974 Hamconii de Viris rebufque Frifiae illuftribus Libri duo 

Franekar^ 162G 

6975 Hiftoria feptem fapientum, cnm fig. Editio antiqua fine Anno aut 

loco 

6976 Heliae Hiftoria FuxennumComitura, Lib. IV. Tolofa i ^40 

6977 Hornii Idea Polyliilloriae Natura -' Heidelbera^c \6bo 

6978 Hemminguis de Corjugio, Repudio ^- Divortio Liffia.' M^jz 

6979 Hiftoria Martyrum Angliae ■ 1550 

6980 Hudfoni Tranfiius ad Occafum fupra Terras Ameiitanas inChi- 

nam atque Jnponem duduri Amji. i6\z 

6981 Herc/mani Liiura feu Caliigatio Cancellarjae JiJf'paniae 

BrughgC'vii 1623 
I J 2 0982 Haere- 



252 LIBRI LAriNL Quarto. 

6982 Heerebrandus contra abominandum Miflae PontificiuC facrificiunt 

Tubingee 1579 

6983 Hildibrandus de Precibus Veterum Chriftianorum — Helmjtad.it^^ 
^^84 Holfatus deParadifo Terreftri Ki /i onii i6(>8 

6985 Horaii de Unione Infulae Britannicjc Tradtatus Land. 1605 

6986 Helvicus de Chaldaicis BibHorum Paraphrafibus Giejfcs i5i2 

6987 Horftius de Natura Amoris, Thermarum, de Caufis Similitudinis 

& Diffimilitudinis in Faetu refpe«5lu Parentum Marpurgi 1642 

6988 Ignatii, S. Epiftola: Genuine, Gr. Lat. cum Notis Voflii, C;^. wax. 

Amjl, apud Blan. 1 64 6 

5g8g -_— Idem, Gr. Lat. cum Annotat. Peaifoni & Smith, 

Oxon. 1709 

6990 • Idem, Ch. max. •• • " . »j^. 1609 

6091 Juftini Martyris Epiftolas ad Diognetum & Oratio ad Grascos, Gr. 
Lat. • ■ apud He?:. Steph. 1 592 

6992 Illuftrium Jure Confultorum Imagines quae inveniri potuerunt ad 

Vivam Efngiem exprefiar, Ci». max. cum fig. Venet. 1569 

6993 Jufiiniani InlHtutiones, cum Comment. Jani a Coftas, L^Bat. »659 

6994 Jovii, Pauli, Vitae Duodecem Vicecomitum Mediolani Piincipum 

Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1 549 
6gg5 . .. Defcriptio Larii Lacus Venet. ap. Zilletum 1559 

6996 — Defcriptio Britanniae, Scotix, Hybcrnia: & Orcadum, eorio 

turcica deaurat. • ■ ■ Venet. 1 548 

6997 Jafithei ad Grunnorum Apologema in ejufquc Tiuvilitia five Som- 

nia de Tito Livio Animadverfiones Ntap. 1686 

6998 Ifnard Arcis Sammaritinians Obfidio&Fuga Anglorum a Rea In- 

fula ■ ' — ■ • Paris 1629 

6999 Johannis Apoftoli & Evangeliftas Epiflols Catholicae tres Arabicag 

Si .^thiopicae • ■ • L. Bat. 1654 

7000 Index Librorum Prohibitorum Alexandri VII. Pont. max. juflu 

editus • ■■ ' — Roma 1664 

7C01 Imbonati Chronicon Tr.-igicum »— —^ Roma 1699 

7002 Joan. Impefialis Mufa;um Hiftoricum & Phyficum, cum fig. 

Venet. apud Juntas \6^o 

7003 ■ Idem, eorio turcica ' ib. apud ib. 16^0 

7004 Jonfloni Infcriptiones Hifloricae Regum Scotorum — — jimji. 1602 
7CC5 Jacob. Ludovici, de Claris Scriptoribus Cabilonenflbus 

Paris 1652 
7:06 Index NoTDJnum propriorum Virorum, Mulierum Populorum, &c. 

quae in Jac. Thuani Hiftoriis leguntur ■ Gencv. 1634 

7C07 Imp. Cac)'. Augufti Temporum Notatio Genus Sc Scriptorum Frag- 

irtent'i — • — - Hamb. 1727 

7cc8 Infantia Salvatoris Traflatus, corio turcica^ deaurat. 

Land, apud Caxtott, fine Loco 

7009 Icones Elogia ac Vitae ProfefTorum Lugdunenfium apud Batavos 

L. Bat. 1617 

7010 Jem, Pet, examen Philofophicum fextsE Definitionis B. de Spinoza 

Dordrecht. 1697 

7011 lUailrium Hollandiae & WeftfrifiaeOrdinum Alma Academia Lei- 

denfis ■ ■ L. Bat. 1614 

7013 Janus, Daniel, de Fatis Dedicationum Librorum Vitemb. ijit 

7014 Jair.efii Vindiciae Gregoriana* — Gencv. 1625 

7015 jufti, Parcafii Alea five d« Curanda in Pe«uniam Ludendi Cupidi- 

tate Lio, duo — « Neapo/i 1617 

7016 Infignium. 



J 



LIBRI LATINL Quarto. 253 

jjfoib Infignium Auftorum tarn Grxcorum quam Latinoram quos ex va- 
riis Bibliothccis Accerfitos - ■■ Ingolfl. 161(3 

7017 Incluta Bibliothecffi Norimbergenfis Memorabilia — Horimb. 1674 

7018 JamblJcus de Vita Pythagorica, Gr. Lat. cum Notis Kufteri 

Am II. 1707 

7019 Infignia Numifmata Imp. Vet. Rom. in Ling. Germ. Hamb. 1631 

7020 Jon 2B Specimen Iflandiae Hiftoricum • Jmjf. \6/^^ 

7041 ■ Rerum Iflandicarum, liib, lil. • Hamb. 1609 

7022 Infcriptiones antiquas Auguftae Vindelicorum, cam Notis Vclferi 

Venet, a^ud Aldum 1590 

7023 Junii, Francifci, Academica ■ Heidclb. 1587 

7024 Idiot£ Contemplationes— — — Paris apud Hen. Steph.j^tg 

7025 Icones XII. Sibyllarum elegant, a Crifpiano Pafeo delineat. i6or 

7026 Joachimi & Anfelmi Vaticinia five Prophetia;, Lat. & Ital. cum 

fig. ' I Fenet.\^8g 

7027 Joelis, Francifci, Opera Medica, 2 vol ■ Hamb. 1616 

7028 Ifidori, S. de Summo bono Liber Lov. 1486 

7029 Irena:i Philadelphi Epiftolas ad Renatum Verdsum — ■ Lond. 1641 

7030 Jacquet de Origine & Termino Sabbathi Norimb. 1641 

703 1 Informatio de Juribus Terrarum Pruflix & Civitatis Gedancnfis 

Gedani 1637 

7032 Innocentii tertii Pontifi. Max. de Officio Miflae Paris 1577 

7033 Keil Introdu(!^io ad Veram Phyficam & Aftronomiam, L.Bat. ijz^ 

7034 ■ Epiftola ad Joan. Bernoulli ■ " ' ■- Lond. lyzo 

7035 KnyvetonObfervationesquaedam de per-antiqua & illuftri Familia 

de Cavendifh fiue Caundifh Manufcriptum eji. 

7036 Kobierzychi Obfidio Clari Montis Czeflochovienfis, cum fig. coria 

turcica • • Dantif. 1659 

7037 - Hiftoria Uladiflai Poloniae & Sueciae Principis, corio tur- 

cica, foliit deaurat. < - /^.1655 

7038 « de Luxu Romanorum Commentarius Loi'. 1628 

7039 Kircheriltinerarium Exftaticum quo Mundi Opificium^ow^ 1566 

7040 • magnes five de Arte magnetica Opus Tripartitum,;^.i 641 

7041 Koialowicz Hiftoriae Lituanae — Dantif. 1650 

7042 Kederi Nummus Aureus antiquus atquc perrarus Othonum 

Lipfia x'jtz 

7043 de Nummis Hiberniae ■ ib. \ 708 

7044 Nummi aliquot diverfi ex Argento Praeftantiffimi, 

ib. 1706 

7045 Kigali, Mat. Synopfis Hiftoriarum Grr.ece Vemt. 

7046 Kriegfmannus de Germannicae Gentis Origine Tubingar i6FJ|! 

7C47 Klemmius de Nummis Hebraeorum •7i<^ 

7048 Krieck Diatriba de Peregrinationibus Romanorum Academicis 

Jen^e 1 704 

7049 Kortholt de Origine ProgrefTu & Antiquitate Philofophiae Barbaricae 

ib. 1660 

7050 Klobii Ambrae Hiftoriae ———Wittemb. 1666^ 

7051 Liber Diurnus Romanorum Pontificum • Paris 16S9 

7052 La Mare Hiftoricorum Burgundiae Confpeftus — Divione 16S9 

7053 Lamy Commentarius in Harmoniam five Concordiam IV. Evan- 

gcliftarum ~ ■■ — Paris 1699 

7054 Lancifii Differtatio Hiftorica de Bovilla Peftc Ronue i-jx^ 

705s Le Gerjdre de Vita Francifci dc Harlai Aidwepifc. Paris 

1 Paris 1720 

7066 Labai'daei 



254 LIBR! LATIN I, Quarto. 

7056 Labardaei de Rebus Gallicis Hiftoriarum Libri decern ib. 1671 

7057 Lydius dereMilitari nee non de Jure jurando, eumji%. 

Dordraci 1698 

7058 Landii Seleftiorum Numifmatnm prcecipue Romanorurn Expofiti- 

ones • L.Bat. 1695 

7059 Langlaei Semeihia cum Obfcrvat. B. Autumni — Paris 1616 

7060 Laurenbergii Antiquarius i . Lugd. 1652 

7061 Liturgia Belgici Graece ■ ■ ■■ - Paris 

7062 Liber Hieroglyphkorum, cum fg. 

7063 Legsi de Humani Corporis Harmonia, Lib. IV. 

Paris apudVafcofan l^i^C; 

7064 Idem, cor'xo turcica deaurat. ib. ap. ib. 

7065 Ludovici Regii Prolegomena Politica Paris apud Morel. 1575 

7066 Liber Genefis Belgicc & Malaice Grwvenhaga 1662 

7067 Libanii Oratio pro Templis, Gr. Lac. cum Notis Gothofredi 

Geneva '634. 

7068 Lupanus de Magifiratibus & Pra^fefluris Francnrum — Paris 1553 

7069 Ltodcgarii ?. Qucrcu Refponfio ad Audomari TaJaei Admonitionem 

ib, apud Vafcofan 1 5 5 6 

7070 • Declamationesquatuor Paris apud Richardum 1554 

707 1 Lambini Oi*atio de Laudibus Litterarum • ib. apud Morel. 1564 

7072 Laurenbergii Graecia Antiqua edidit Sim. PuiFendorf. — Amft.xhito 

7073 Labbei Specimen Antiquarum Leftionum Latinarum& Graecarum, 

Paris 1653 

7074 Lipfii Epiflolas Sele£lse AnW, apud Plantin. 1607 

7075 Lyonnet de Morbis Hasreditariis ■ ■ ■ Paris i6^j 

7076 Ledergrew de Officio iVIedici circa Adiaphora, Hala^ Magdeb. tyoS 

7077 Leflaeus de Origine Moribus & Rebus Geftis Scotorum 

Roir.ee in JEdibus Populi Romatii 1 578 

7078 ■ ' de Titulo & Jure Maria; Scocorum Regis — Rhemis 1580 

7079 Libellus de Regirnine Rufticorum, Editio antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco. 

7080 Lunig Publicorum Negotiorum Sylloge • Franco/. 1694 

7081 Leonici, Nicolai, Opufcuia ■ Venet. 1525 

7052 Langii Differtatione? Bocanicc-Theologicae tresde Herba Borith 

Mtdorfii 1705 

7053 Litirgia Ruflic^. 

7084 Lombardi Introduflioin Divinam Chcraix; Artem Bafil. J^jz 

7CS5 Libellus de iVicdo Conficendi & P.cn;teiuii Jn/v. 1516 

r^Li^ fii Suurnalinm Sermonum, Lib. duo qui de Gladiatoribus, 

*-86< ^""'-fis- . • 'f- 15^5 

, /-' J de Amphitheatre Liber .- ... ■■ ib. 1685 

^ de Rfita Pronunciatione Linguae Latinas ib. 1586 

7087 Lex Frifiorum fivas Antiqi;?2 Frifiorum Leges ■ - Lip^/s 1730 

7088 Liber Jezirah Hebraice & Latine - Amji. 1642 

7089 Laurembergii Horticultura, cumfi^. F. ad Mrcnum 1654 

7190 Leoricenus de Mcuicorum Erronhus Fcrraria\^cq 

7191 LilUri Hiftori;e Animalium Anglias, c«»!^§-. Land. 1678 

7192 Conchyliorum Bivalvium ucriufque Aquae Exercitatio Ana- 

tO:nica huic accedic DiiTertatio Medicinalis de Calculo Humano 

Lotid. 1696' 

7193 L'"eiiwenhock Epiftolae Phyfiologicac I'uper compluribus Naturar?] 
. Arcanis, curt fig. . . Delphis i7l5>ii 

7504 •— - — Coniinuatio Arcanorum Natura* deteflorum Delphis i6c)fi 

71 13 Lomeieru»! 



LTBRI LAriN I, Quarto. 255 

195 Lomeieras de Luftrationibus Veterum Gentilium TJltrajeSli i68t 

196 Leopardi Emendationum & Mircellaneorum Libri Viginti 

Antnj. apitdPlantin. 156S 

■197 Licetus de Motu Sanguinis & Origine Nervorum Vtini 1647 

'igg . Refponfa de Qu^efitis per Epiilolas ■ Bononia 1640 

'199 , de Propriorum Operum Hiiloria — — — Pat<Ki'ii 1634. 

'loo de Annulis Antiquis Utii7i 1645 

'lOi Lelandi Cygnea Cantio, cum Comment. yo///; deav.rat. Land, 1545 
T102 • Aflertio Arturii Regis Eritanni.'e,_/ff/;7i «("(^wrer. — ib. 1544 

M03 ■ h-A-ad-OLnoVzch, foliis deaurat. ib. 1 546 

'1 04 Ludovici Ferrarienf. Sermoncf, Editio antiqua, Jine Anno aut Loco, 
'J 05 Lapidarium omni Voluptate refertum & Medicinje plurima notacu 

digniiTima Experimenta compleftens — Vienna: fine Anna 

M06 Lombardi, Petri, de Regno Hiberni^ Sandlorum Infuls Commen- 
tarius -■ ■ Lo'van. 16S3 

7107 Lentuli Hiftoria Admiranda de Prodigiofa Apolloniae Schreierac 

Virginis in Agro Bernenfi • Berme i6q\. 

7 108 Lanterius de Mode Subftruendi Terrena Monumenta ad Urbes 

Venet. 1565 

7 1 09 Loeberus de Numero & Serie Categoriarum Cogitatlones Subitanass 

Jena 1699 

71 10 Lochneri Nerium five Rhodo Daphne Vet. & Recent. 

l>\orimberg<g 17 16 

711 1 1 de Anariafa five Nuce Pinea Indica va)go Pi.nhas, cum 
figuris. 

71 12 de Lapidc quadra Sinenfi, amf^. 

7113 Longolii Orationes • ■ Ficrent, apud funtas i^z^ 

7114 Labbe Bibliotheca Nummaria Loud. 16 jc 

71 15 LanfbCigii Commentum de Terra: Motu Circular! ;.'->. 1634 

7116 Lomb?.rdusde Prifcis Anglorum Legibus ib.i^sh 

7117 Lrbellus Sophiftarum ad ufuiii Cantibrigenf. fine Anno aut Lac». 

7118 Lindibergii Ccmin. Rerum MemoT-?,h=h'iim in Europa, Hamb. 1591 

71 19 Maittaiic Annaies Typor^rnphici ab Arris Inventx ad Annum 1664, 

2 vol. • Huga Com. 1719 

7120 ■ Ider.., Ch max. corio turrico, deaurat. foliis d^aurat. 

5 vol. • - ■ ib. 17 iq 

71 21 Morgagni Adverfaria Anatomica, 2 vol. cum fig. — Patwvii xjxg 

712a Mai vafiae Marmora Felfinea — BononieS ibg'i 

7023 Monumenta Paderbornexiila ex hifioria Romana Francica Saxonic» 

cruta Ch.nax. — ■. Amf}. afud Elz. 1672 

7124 Marculfi Monachialiorumq. Audlcrum,Formuls vt-i-eres, acceffic 

Liber Legis Salics Paris apud Cratnoifii iGyz 

7125 Mabillon de Liturgia Gallicana, Lib. III. • ibid. 1685 

7126 Manuale ad ufum Sarum • Paris 1530 

7127 Idem Lend, apudjub. Kingfion. 1 5 54 

7128 Montfaucon Diarium Italicum five Monumentorum Veterum Bi- 

bliothecarum Mulaiorum, &c. Nctitije fmgulares in Itinerario 
Italicoqolledje • Paris rjot 

7129 Michelotti ad F. Fontenellium Epiftola ib. 17Z4. 

7130 Mac Laurin Defcriptio Linearum curvarum Univerfalis 

Lond- 1720 

7 1 3 1 Muntinglus de Vera Antiquorum Herba Britanijics, cum fig. 

Amjl. 1 68 1 

7132 Idem, Q?a. Max, cum fig. - ■ ■ ■■ ib. i68i 

7033 Mead 



ii'jMHM! 



256 LIBRI LATIN I, Quarto. 

7133 Mead de Pclle Liber, Cha. Max. foliis deaur. Lottd. 1725 

7134. Maurocordati de Officiis Liber, Ch. M . foliis deaur. Lipfite 1722 
7131; Membruni Difiertatio Peripatetica de Epico Carmine Paris 1652 

7136 Mercurialis de Morbis Puerorum Tiadlatus Locuplctiffirni 

Venet. 158} 

7137 — — — ' de Arte Gymnaftica, Libri fex, cum fig. Amft. ibyz 

7138 Idem, Silvatici de Unicornu, Lapide Bezaar, Smaragdo, 
& Margaritis eorumque in Febribus Peftilent. ufu Tradtatio 

Bergomi 1605 

7139 Montani Antiquitatum Judaicarum, Libri IX. 

Lug. Bat. apud Plantin. 1595 
7x40 Menetreii Symbolica Dianse Ephefiae Statuta Expofita, cum fig. 

Roma 1657 

7141 MonumentiiElia Loelia Crifpis Hiftorica Explicatio, cum a His trail. 

Venet. '1702 

7142 Magni (Petri) de Confilio, ejufdem Orationes tres 

Romes apud Zanettum Romtt 1 587 

7143 Mananse Hiftoriae de Rebus Hifj^ania:, Lib. xxx. zvol. 

Moguntia 1619 
r Summarium ad Hiftoriam Hifpanias eof urn quae accide- 

\ runt Annis Sequentibus ' ■ ib. 1619 

7144 / Turtureti Parallela Ethica & Juridica Par . apud Morel. 1629 
} Gore Catalogus Authorum qui de Re Heraldica Scripferunt 

\, Oxon. 1674 

7145 Majemonid as de Sacrificiis liber, cum Notis de Veil Land. 1683 

7146 . . de Cultu Divino, cum Notis de Veil Paris 1678 

7147 ■■' Idem & Abendanae de Inftrumento & Apparatu Templi 

atqf de Miniftris ejus, Manufcriptura ell 

7148 de Doftrina Legis & de Natura & Ratione Penitentias, 

apud Hebrjeos, Heb. & Lat. • Oxon. i 705 

7149 -' Conllitutiones de Fundamentis Legis, Heb. & Lat. 

FraJtequera 1684 

7150 Macarii Apillopiftus quae eft Antiquaria de Gemmis Bafilidianis 

Difquifitio • ■ Antv. apud Plant. 1657 

715 1 Moreltellus de triplici Anno Romanorum Menfibus eorumque Par- 

tibus deque Die Civili & diverlitate dierum, corio turcica, foliis 
deaur. —■ — - - — — . Lugd. i6oj 

7152 Marten de Antiquis MonachorumRitibus — — il>. 1690 

7153 MifTale ad ufum Sarum Rothomagi 1554 

7154 Menteiius de Loco Tempore & Anthorc Inventionis Typographiae 

Paris 1644 

7155 Morifoti Epiftolae — — — Di'vionc 1656 

rMerula in Librum de Homine Galefti Narnienfis Opus, cum 

7156 < Notis MSS 1 >■■ ■ - fine Jlnno aut Loc9 

^ 'in Sapphus f^piftolam InterpreCatio ibid. 

7157 Morus, Tho. contra Liuherum Land. 1523 

7158 Idem, corio turcica, foliis deaur. -r ibid. 1523 

7159 de Republica ejufdem Utopia, necnon Epigrammata, cor. 

tur. foliis deaur, • Ba/il, (i^ud Froben. 

7160 Machiavelli, C.ir. Ant. de Mulierum Dodoratu Apologetica Le- 

galis Hiftorica Diifertatio i__— — Bononia 1722 

7161 Meibomius de Flagrorum Ufu in re Venerea L. Bat, 1643 

7162 —w-— Epiil^lse de Longarvis — — • Uchrjiadii 1664 

;'c63. Menac, 



LIBRI LATINL Qliarto. 257 

163 Mena:, Ferdinand!, Methodus Febrium omnium &esrum Sympto- 

matum curatori.i Ant. a-^ud Flajit. 1568 

164 Medicina Mentis & Corporis > — -— Lipfiee 169J 

165 Moretus de ^Ellu Maris • Antv. 166:; 

166 Mendofii Gloili Facultdtum Regentis, in locum Auditoris Camerte 

fuffcdi ■ Vend. 1576 

■167 Moi'chionis de Morbis Muliebribus, Liber unus, cum Scholiis & 

Einendar. Gef'neri ■ Baftl. 1566 

•16S Medices, J. Sixti, de Foenere Judaeorum, Lib. tres Venet. 1555 
7169 Morini Exercitatidnes Ecdtfullicze in utrumque Samaritanorum 

Penrareuchum • • Paris 1631 

7T70 Marcucii Quadripartitum Melancholicum ■ Roma 1645 

M71 Martialis Epigrr.mmatum five de Medica Martialis Tradtatione 

Comment. Zazotti ■ ■ • Vend. 1657 

7172 Mifna? Pars Ordinis Primi Zeraim tituli Septem Lat. vertic. & 

Comment, illuil. G. Guifius ■ Oxon. i6go 

^^*Monti, Jof. de Monumento Diluviano nuperin Agro Bononienfi 
»_.„,X deteftoDifTertatio • Bononia: 1719 
Catalogi Scirpium Agri Bononienlis Prodromus, cum jig. 
lb. 1719 

7173 Mellen Hiftoria Urntc SepulcralisSarmaticae, Anno 1674. repertas 

Jrna 1679 

7174 Marmora Arundellian;», cum Comment. Joa. Seldeni _ Lond. 162S 
717^ Menighen, Caroli, Epiftohe Dcventra: 1490 

7176 Modus Confitendi & Pniiiiteiidi ■ Ant'v. 1405 

7177 Menfa Philotophica, Lib. JX. V.ciitio Antiqua, fine Anno aut Loco. 
''178 Matheolus de Memo:i:i &: de ^gritudinibub Infantum ib. 
■ Maderus de Bibliothecis atque Archivis Uelmefiadii 1703 

Mahometis Epiftolae ■■ — — — Roma H73 

Or.itio in funere Petri Card. S. Sixti Jinc Anno I'el Loco 
Indulgentis? Ecclefiarum Principaljum almce Urbis Romae ;^. 
Mifceilanea Berolinenfia ad L'^icrementum Scientiarum 

Berolini 1 7 r O 
7jf?2 Mureti Variarum Le^ionum, Lib. VIIL Vevet. apud Zilletum 1554 

7183 Minadous de Fcbre Maligna ■ • Pataijii 1609 

7184 de \'ariolis ct Ajorbillis ib. 1603 

7185 Myfteria Cereri« <Se Bachi in Vafculo ex uno Onyche evoluta, «b 

Hen. Eggclingio — Brunfz-iga 

7186 Idem & Panvinms de Ritu Sepeliendi Mortuos, apud Ve\ Chrifti- 

n05 '■ Franc. l~lj 

7 1 87 MaiToni Rerponfjo ad Maledifta Holomani cognomecto -Montagonis 

Paris 1575 
^Meurfii de Regibus Athenienfiuxn eorumque rebus geltis. Lib. ^. 
\ Affifi. 1633 

~i88c^ Archontes Athenienfes — L. Bat. iSzz 

' '\— — ■ Pifillratus five de ejus Vira & Tyrannide ib. 1623 

/"— Solon five ce ejus Vita Legibus Diflis atque Scriptis 

\, Ha/ni/r 1633 

7189 Thefeus de ejus Vita Rebufque Geflis — • 7. ad Rh. 1684 

7190 Monumenta Pietatis & Liceraria Virorum in Republics Liceraria 

T. ad ?Ja^n. I TC I 

CM^'fTihala de Rerolutioneanrorum mundi, defignificacione PJane- 

«IQIK rarum in Navitatibns &de Preccptionc — Norinib. 1549 

dCardjinus de Sapf Icmenro Almansch. Sic. ib. 15^7 

K. i 7092 MyUdt 




25» LIBRI LJ-riNL QtrARTO. 

7 192 Mylcei Confilium Hiftorjx Univerfitatis Scribcn^se corio turcica fid-' 

rentits ap. "Torrentinum 

7193 Mappi Hiltoria Medici de Acephalis — — Argentorati 1687 

7194 M.ijelli Regni Neapolitan! erga Petri Cathedram Religio AdveHtis 

cUumnias anonynii vindi'cata 1708 

719^ Martyris (Petri) Tradatio de Sacramento Eucharifti» Oxon. 1549 

7196 Maximi Monachi Enchiridion Grxce Venet. 

7197 Matthaei (Ant.) Commentariu.' ad Inftitutiones Juftiniani 

T.adRh. 1672 

7198 Modus Legend] in Utroque Jure — — Paris 1490 

7199 Modus Baptizandi, Prcces &; Benedifliones quibus Ecclefia Ethio- 

pum utitur ■ Rotna "-5S4 

72CO Miffile parvum pro Sacerdotibus in Anglia, Scotia, &Hibernia, 

itinerantibus • . 1620 

7201 Martyrologium Romanum — Antnj. apud Plantin. 1657 

7-202 Meibomius de Cerviiii?, accedit Turnebus dcVino Hdmefladi't 1668 

7203 . de C. Cilinii M. ecenatis V ita Moribus & rebus GelHs 

L.Bat. 165} 

7204 Mauroceni opus de iEterna Temporalique Chrifti Generatione in 

Judalcae Improbationem Perfidiae Pata-u. 1473 

C Majeiub de montibus Planetarum feptem feu Metallorm, cum Jig. 

^ ^ Oppenkeimii 1618 

' ^ \Untzerus de Sulphure — — Halo: Saxon. 1620 

C Caelalpinus de Metallicis ■ Norimherga xboz 

7206 Margarita Fucetiarum Alfonfi Ar'gonum Regis Vafredida, Pjo- 

verbia Sigismundi & Friderici tertii Rom. Imp. Argentinea 
Jwprejfum per honejium Job. Grunt ger 1509 

7207 Malpighius de Struftura GI:irdularum Conglobitarum — ■ 1689 

7208 Morinus de Prjmaeva Lingua ejufq. Appendicibus t/Ar^Vr// 1694 

7209 Maderi Anciquitates Brunlvicenies Hilmcjiad. 1661 

7210 Majeri Septiman^ Philofophica qua yEnigmata Aureola a Salmone 

proponuiitur & enodaniur Franco/. 1620 

7211 Morhofius de Scypho vitreo per centrum hunaaiiae voci» lono 

frado • ■ Kilonii 1683 

7212 Marefius de Abufu Philofophiae Cartefianae — Groitingre 1670 

7213 Mercurialis de Macalis PclHfcris u^de Hydrophobia Patav. 1580 
r* Mancinellus de Parcntum cura c^' dc Filiorum erga Parentcs Oba- 

72i4< dientia, Honore, &c Pictuc • > Romts 1502 

(^ Serinoncs — Paris apud Radium Afcentium 151 i 

7215 Marleti O.'ationes '- Lugd. apud Seb.Gryph. 1^28 

7216 Marefii Rcratatio Fabulas Pra;adamitit;ca: — Groning^ «656 
^ C Majori Hiivoria Scoioruni Parii apud Radium Ajcentium i 52 1 

l^'oC-Moringi Vita Hadriani Sexti Pont. Max. — Lovan. i^jS^ 
'^' Mnjoris (Dan.) in Fabii ColumDae Tradatum de Purpura Annota- 
tationes, quibus anncx'um ell Didionarium Ollracoloj>icum 

Kilia 1675 

*72i8 de Nummis Graece Infcriptis Epiftola ib. 1685 

•»2 19 Menaffeh Ben Ifrael Conciliator AmJI. 1633 

7220 Mccochitse ( Theodori ) Hilloriae Romanae, Gr. Lat. cum Notis 

Mcurfii •■ '■ L, Bat. 161 8 

7221 Meyeri Critica Sacra Hebraeorutn tfittebergfS 1670 

7222 Muhanjn»tdis I'eikmentum five Pada cum Chriilianis in Oriente 

inita ■ Rodach. 1638 

7223 N oris Annus t'sz Epochae Syromacedoiium in Vetuftis Urbium S)-^ 
jftitvlv. riae Nummis praefertim Medic^is cxpofitae €h. Max. Florcn. 16S9 

7224 Duplex 



\ 



LIBRI LAriNI. Quarto. 259 

24. — — Duplex Differtatio de duobus Numir.is Diocletiani k Licin" 

lb. 1675 
— de Cruce Stationali Inveiligatio Hillorica cum fig. 

Romfe 1694 
Ciampini ExpHcatio Duorum Sarcophagornm facrum Bartifmatis 

ritum Indicantium lb. \ 698 

Nili Epiftolae, Gr. Lat. Opera & Studio Petri Pcflini 

¥arit e Tj;pograph. Reg: a 16 57 
»27 Newtoni Analyfis per quantitatum Series Fiuxiones ac Bifferentias 

cum Enumeratione Linearum tertii Ordinis Land. 17» i 

!28 Idem Charta Maxima corio turcio foliis deaurat lb. XJXJ 

.29 Principia ^h.Woio'^hSz Charta Maxima — lb. \jz6 

5 jO . Idem in form. fol. Ch. Max. corio turcica follis deaurat. 

lb: I'jz^i 

231 NaugerJi Opera omnia Ci^. »i<TA-. -^ Pata'v. 171 8 

i^z Numifmatum Antiquorum Syiloge Populis Graecis, Municipiis & 
Coloniis Romanis cuiorum 7«/'f'/(;//^7/a — Lond. 1708 

533 Newtoni (Hen.) Epillolae Orationes &: Carmina — Luc^ 1710 
234 Nicafius de Nummo Pantheo Hadriani Imperatoris Lond. 1689 
23^ Naudaeus de Studio Militari < — Roma 1637 

236 Nunningh Sepulcretum Gentile fjve Monumentorum Monailerien- 

fium Prodomus — ■ Coesfcldia 17 13 

237 Naldii Pamphilia Murdi Univerfi Amicitia — Senii. 1674 
23^8 Nardil de Igne Subteraneo Phyfica Prolufio. — Floren. 2641 
>^9 Nigri (Stephani) Tranflationes quorundam Au£lorum Graecorum 

Mediolani 1521 

C (Francifci) Ars Epiftolandi ■ Dwven. 1501 

^"^ IPhilelfiEpiftolae ib. 1501 

541 Nigri (Hieronimi) Epiftolarum Orationumque Liber Batav. 1679 

242 Neandri Tabaci feu Nicotianae defcriptio — L. Bat. 1622 

243 ■ (Michael) de Ponderibus & Menfuris Baifil apud Operinum 

'555 
■?44 Nardil Nodes Geniales — — ■ Bonouiae 1656 

■245 Nyderi Opera cerio turcica deaurat, Paris perVduliicum Gering 

'477 
'246 ■ \ctm corio turcica deaurat. • • ib. 1478 
«47 Ncvylti ad Walliae Proceres Apologia Norwicus Lond.\<^-]S 
•248 de Furoribus Norfolfcienfiuna Ketto Duce, ejufdem Nor- 
wicus - . ib. 1575 

'249 Noodide Partus Expofitione & nece apud Vet. — L. Bat. 1700 
•250 Neuwaldi de Antiquis Weltphaliae Colonils Comment. Ofnab, 1678 
£51 Nu'olii de veris Principiis & vera Ration^? Puilolophinndi contra 

:■ Pfeudophilofophos, Lib. IV. Parmae 15,3 

itst Noritia Oxonienfis Academir.e Lond. 1675 

"255 Idtm corio turcica foliis dfiaurat. ' ib. 1 67; 

''2j;4 Nannii (Petri) Diilogifmi Heroinarum Paris afud Wechel. 1541 
725" Noelli prima InllitutioDirciplinaquc Pietatji Chr;liian;ie Z-o^// 1^71 
"j'6 Nova Literaria Mari-s Bdthici i Septentrionis, 2 Vol. Lubec. 1698 
■1^7 Nicander & Apuleius de Herbii, Or. Lat. intirfoliat. 

Venet. apud Aid urn 1525 
'2^R Nymannus de Apoplexia &• de Vitn Fc."U'! in Utero M'iteberg. 1 628 

|''a^g Nova: Academise FlorcnU'j. Opuiciila advcr~!us Avicennan: & me- 
dicos neotfrico.v . — Venct. 1533 
■2:60 NcucranU'i dc nsre;)go E.vercimtio Medica Lubec. 1654 
K k 2 7261 Nonx 



26o LIB R I LATIN L Quarto. 

7261 Nonx Novembris ^ternitati Confecratje Oxojt. 1607 

7262 Ovighton Ordo Judicorurn, 2 Vol. Ch. max. Land. 1738 

7263 Origenis de Oratione liber, Gr. Lat. cum notis. Guil. Reading 

:k 1728 

7264 • Contra Celfum, Gr. Lat. cum notis Spenceri Cantab. 

1677 

7265 Oifelii Thefdurus Seled. numifmatum Antiquorum Am/}, 1677 

7266 O'lof-indri Strategieus, Gr. Lat. cum notis Rigukii Paris 1599 

7267 Olncium B. Mariae Virginis/b/. deaur. Antv. apud Piantin \bzz 

7268 Olficia Propria Sanftorum & aliarum Felbvitatum Ordinis S. Bir- 

gitta; VlyJJipone 1690 

, C Oflicium Miffai ■ • Daijentria 1488 

c. Formula Vivendi Canonicorum • fine Anno aut Loco 

7270 Oratiories Georgii Diicis in Ollblin Dentifci 1647 

7271 Orontii Fiiia;i Delphinatis Canonum Allronomicorum Lib. IL 

Paris ap. p'afcofan 1553 

7272 Oforius de Gloria • Florentine apud"Torrentivu7n 

7273 ~— — — de Regi's Inflitutione & Dirciplina Lib. VIIL Olyfippone 

'571 

^274 Idem qm'bus acceffic ejufdem Authoris Epift. ad Eli2. Ang. 

Reginsmyi/. deaur. . • ib. 1572 

7275 — - de Nobilitate Civili & Chrilliana Florent. apud Horrentinum 

1552 

7276 Epifiola: ad Eliz. Ang. Reg. Venet. 1563 

7277 Orofii Anniionis differtatio de Bello Dano Anglico,_/o//Vi deaurat, 

7278 Paris ■ ■ 
Orationes Variorum Authorum fimul compa<Sa: A 

7-79 ' Idttm corio iurcico deaurat. • Mntin^e 1494^^ 

jiSo Opufcula -Varia de Weftphalia ejufque do£\is aliquot viris edita.& 
notis illuft. a Joh. Goes ■» " Helmefiad. 16&8 

7281 Ordo primus Zeraim Tit. L Beracoth five de Precum forraulis 

7282 — ~ Divinas Mill'ae Armenorum Armenica; & Latinx, cum fig: 

Rom. 1642 

7283 Oldaini Athenasum Ligufticum • • Peruji.^ 1680 

♦ 284 AthenjEum Auguitum ih. 1678 

7285 - ■ Athenaeum Romanum - — — ib. 1676 

7286 Opufculum de Vita & IWoribus Sacerdotum Paris apud Colimcum 

1520 

7^87 Oribafii Anatomica, Gr. Lat. curante Gul. Dundafs ejus notae ac- 

cedunt. • • • L. Bat. 1735 

7288 Oracula Sibyllina cum var. Comment. Gr. Lat. Studio Gallrci, 

2 Vol. • — — Amfi. 1689 

7289 Ortilii Vita Mores Ritus & Religio Gerraanorum Veterum cum Jig. 

Ant-v. I 596 

7290 Deorum Dearumq. C.ipita ex Antiq. Numii'mat. colleda 

BruxelU 1683 

7291 Outramus de Sacrificii.s • Lond, 1677 

7292 Oratio Dominica plus centum Linguis, Verfionibus aut Charaftc- 

ribus reddita & Exprefia • ■ ib. i 700 

7293 Oddi de Ocjdis Apoiogia: pro Galeno Vcnet. 1:^57 

7294 O Flaherty Rcnni) Hibernicarum Chronologia Land. 168; 

7295 Opufculum de Doflriua Moriendi — Paris apud Colinrrum 1520 

7296 Oratio Rodiorum '49* 

7297 Opelius de Fabrjca Trire.T.iuin Meibomiana — EkutcropoH \bji 

729S Obearii 



LIBRI LJTINL Quarto. 261 

7298 Obearii Ifagoge ad Nummophylacium Bradeatorum Jen^e 1694 

7299 Obrechti Academica ■■ • Argentorati 1704. 

7500 Ofiandrus de jultificatione ■ • • Franco/ . 155? 

7301 Orefraius de Origine & Jure nee non & de mutationibus Monetarum 

7302 Ordo Baptizandi & Sepelieiidi juxta ritum Ecclefia: Venetiaruni 

Vetiet. 159?. 

7303 Petiti in tres Priores Ar6la3i libros Commentarii — Lond. 1726 

7304 — — Idem, Cljarta max. • ib. i~2o 

7305 Oblcrvationum Libri III- — Paris apud Morel. 1641 

7306 Pfalterium Romanum -■ ■ ib. 1629 

-7307 Parthcnii Opera, 4 Vol. -■ • ■ — ■ 1723 

7308 Pfalmi Davidici Interpretat. Argumentis notifq. illuft. Art. Jonllon 

Lond. 1741 

7309 Pet. Puricelli Ambrofiance Mediolani Bafilica: ac Monafteril hodie 

Cirtercienfis Monumenta — _ — __ Mediolani 1645 

7310 Peletsrii Vita Petri Pithsi • ■ ' - Paris 17 16 

7311 Papilla Oculi, per Joannem de Burgo ib. 1510 

7312 Portiforium feu Breviarium ad ufum Sarum, 2 Vol. Paris 1556 
^313 . Idem, 3 Vol. -' Lond. 1555 

7314 Paetus de Menfuris & Ponderibus Romanis & Gr^cis Fenet. 1573 

7315 Pierii Hicroglyphica corio turcica deaur. foL deaiir. C. Agrip. 163 c 

7316 Patini Commentarius in Antiquum Cenotaphium Marci Artorii 

Pata'v. 1689 

73 '7 Commentarius in tres Infcriptiones Gr^cas, Smyrna nuper 

AUatas Pata'v. 16S5 

73 1 8 Thefaurus Numifmatum Antiquorum & Recentiorum ex Aura, 
Argento & .£re —_ Venet. 1683 

7319 Icones & Vita: ProfefTorum Patav. • Patanj. i5Sz 

7320 Familis Romana;, cum notis MSS. • — Paris 1663- 

7321 Palladii de Febribus concifa Synopfis, Gr. Lat. Interp. Jo. Chartier 

Paris 164C 

7322 Prodi Sphxra — Grsce • Venet. • ^ 

7323 Portae (Jo. Bap.) de Diftillatione, Lib IX. Roma. 1608 

7324 ■ Caleftis Phyfiognomonise Lib. lex. corio turcica 

Nea&oli 1603 

7325 PufFendorf de Jure Naturas & Gentium AmJi, 1704 

7326 Pignorii Menfa Ifiaca, cum fig. ■ • • ib. 1669 

7327 Pauli (Petri) Doftrina Chriltiana Armenice & Latinc Paris 1634 

.J7328 Pearfoni Vindiciae.Epiftolarum S. Ignat. Cantab. 167,^ 

37329 ProcelFionale pro Ecclefiis Ruralibus Ritibus Romanae Ecclcfu-E ae- 

comodatum Jnti'. 16S3 

7330 — Idem ad ufum Sarum corio turcica fol. deaurat. 

Rothom. I >04 
S7331 i Idem ad ufum Sarum, ■ Lo>:d. i5>"f, 

7332 Palladii de Vita Joh, Chryfoftomi Dialogus, Gr. Lat. Pans 16S0 

7333 Promptuaria Iconum Infigniorum a Seculo horrinum fubjedii eorum 

vicis per compendium ex probatiffimis auconbus ciefumptis 

Itiid. 1578 

7334 Pithaii (Petri) Opera Sacra, Juridica, Iliftorica & Mi'.cellanca 

Paris 1 609 
733^ Palamx (Gregorii) Orationes Greece Paris afud Tumthum 1553 
73^6 Pfelli Arithmetices compendium — Paris apud I'Veckciium \c,^^ 
7337 Paier.Tiide vera C. Piinii Secundi Superioris Patriaatq. ea Verona 

Lib. ire: /al. deaur. ■ - ' • ■» I'erontr. i6cS 

-23S Piok' 



252 LIBP.ILJTINI, Qtjarto. 

7338 Ptoloniffii liarmonicorum, Lib. tres, Gr. Lat. cum notis Wallifcii 

Oxon. 1682 

7559 Phalaridis Epiilolce Latine per Aretinum Vaienn^s 1496 

"^1^0 Idem Grasce • - Venet. 14Q8 

/~Palsephati Script, Grsci Cpufculum de non credehdis fabuiofis 

\ Niirration. Interpret Philip. Phalianino — Bonon. 15 15 

7341 / Phalaridis Epiftolae Lat. per Aretiiium — — Crenotue 15 1.5 

) RococioliOratio de Poetica ■ - Mutinte 

(. Bapt. Mantuani Carmen de Fortuna — — Bonon. 

7542 Poftellus de Etruria: Origin Inftitut. — llorin. 

7343 Panis Qaotidiani de tempore per Hieron. de Villa Vitis 

fine Loco aut Anno 

7544 Polltiani & aliorum Epiiloize cum Comment. Silv. & Afcentii afui 

ipfum Afcentium • — — 1526 

7345 Pfalmi Proverbia Salomonis, Ecclefiaftes & Canticum Canticorum 

cum brevibus ex Hebraeo annctationibus, corio turcica liveis rubris 
fol, deaur. • Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1528 

7346 Metaphrafis Metrica Gr. Lat. per Duportum Cant. 1666 

7347 Plaheriumcum Obfervat. Brunonis /,V. ^««rira/. — t^orimb. 1497 

7548 — — Idem in ufum Sarum & Eboracen; ■ . '• Paris 1522 

7349 — . — Idem Chaldaice _____ Rontc^ '5' 3 

'7350 — — Idem Syriace& Latine per Erpenium L. Bat, 162^ 

C — — Idem Latino Saxonicum Vetus a Spelmanno editura 

735 1 < Lond. 1640 
^Novum Teftament. Grascumcum notis Scaligeri. C. Allob. 1620 

7352 Pfalterium Graece charadlere Sclavonico five Illyrico Vcntt. 155X 

7353 ' — Mufcoviticum 

7354 — & Novum Teftamentum Ruffice/o/. deaur. — 1692 

7355 Piftarnii Diflertationes Medicae ■ Edinb. 1713 

y3j6 — ■ Opufcula Medica • Roterdam I7r4 

7557 Petavii antiquariae Supelleftilis Portiuncula & Veteram Nummorum 

Paris i6iO 

7358 Politi (Akxandri) Orationes Duae pro Solenni inftauratione Studio 

orum ■ " - Fioren. 1723 

7359 P'O'^Jf'i Defcriptio Regni Hiberniae Sanftorum Infulae corio turcica 

fol. deaur. • ■ Homa i 721 

7560 Palchalii Legatus • ■ ' ■ •- Paris 161 2 

7361 • Idem ejufdem Coronarum ■ ib. 1612 

7362 Peregrini Traftatus de Duello Fenet. 1614 

7363 Porceri compendium Annaliura Ecclefiafticorum Regni Hiberniae 

Roma: 1690 

7364 PitTeus de Rebus Anglicis cor. turc. deaur. fol. deaur. Paris 1619 

7365 Polycarpi & Ignatii Epilblae Gr. Lat. edidit Uflerius corio turcicQ 

deaur. fol. deaur. ■ — — — Oxon. 1648 

r^Portius de Coloribus Oculorum corio turcica fol. deaurat. 
f,J Fioren. a{)ud Torrentinum 1550 

73 \ - . ■ — difputatio an Homo Bcnus vel Malus volens fiat 

^ ib. apud ib. 1551 

7367 Procli Analefta, Gr. Lat. cum notis Riccardi Roma apudZannetturt 

1030 

7368 — ■ Sphacra Gr. Lat. Edidit Bainbridge — — Lond. 1620 

7569 Paullini Cyiiographia Curiofaleu Canis dclcriptio Norimb. 1685 
~ 370 Pilacofas de Bono Seneilutis — Rot»a apud J.anettum 1595 

737» Pectus Padubaneiiiij dePhironomii — — ■- Padua 1474 

1%-z Pele- 



LTBRT LJTINI, QvaKto, 263 

7372 Peletarii de Conciliatione Locorura Galeni Seftiones iux 

Paris apud U'ecbelium 1 560 
'373 Po^'» Reginald!, de Concilio Liber 

- ' Ronits apud Paulum Mauufium 1 562 

7374 Poggii Facetiffi ■ — ^— Jnt-v. i486 

7375 Pauli ad Galatas Epiftola Arabice Heideli. 1585 

7^76 Panegyricus Jano Gmtcro fcriptus a B. Venatore Gene'v. 163a 

7377 Polift' Myrrhologia feu Myrrhse Difquifitio Curiofa, Norimb. 168S 
737S Philathei de Bello in Turcas fufcipiendo Oratio — — Medial. 1542 

7379 Pii Papaj Cofmographia Paris apud Hen. Steph. 1509 

7580 Idem, & Hilloria Bohemia ■ • Venet. 1501 

7381 Praetorii Thefaurus Ghiromantiae • 'J^^'^ 1661 

7382 Pktina de Honefta Voluptate & Valicudine Bononia 149^ 

7383 Phileln Epillolae Editio antiqua, fins Loco aut Anno. 

7384 Pallorii Hiftoriae Belli Scythico-Cafacici, Lib. II. Dantif. 1652 

7385 PoUilla Evangeliorum & Epiilolarum S. Germani i^()Cf 

7386 Phlegonds Tnillionia quae extant Opufcula Joa. Meurfms recen- 

fuit Sc Notas edidit ■ ■ L. Bat. 1620 

7387 Plinii Epillolae ad Trajanum cum ejuldem Refponfis — Rem^e 1502 
738S Pomponius Laetus de Ronianae Urbis Vetuftate ib. 1515 

7389 Philofophiae Cartefianae adverias Cenfuram Dan. Huetii Vindicat. 

Lipfi<£ 1690 

7390 Peizerii Praeadamitae five Homines ante Adatnuirt • • 1665 

*7390 Poiret de triplici Erudiaofte Iblida fuperftciaria & falfa, 2 vol. 

Jmft. \-jcj 

7391 Paaw de Humani Corporis Offibus, cum fig. - ■ - ■ — L. Bat. l6i^ 

7392 Profper de Vita Contemplaiiva atque Actuali five ce Norma Ec- 

cleiiallicorum ■ • Da'vent. J 487 

7393 Paftoralia Divi Gregorii Paps — Paris perUdalritum Gering 149s- 

7394 Peritfol Itinera Mundi Heb. & Lat. cum Notis Tho. Hyde, 

Oxon. i6gi 

7395 Prognofiicon futuri Sscali a S. Juliano ante Annos E^CC. fcriptuia 

Lipfia: I 5 6 

7396 Pateani de BifTfXto Liber " Lo'v. ityf 

7397 ; — de S. Elavia Donutilia Obfcrvatiuncula L-j'v. 1629 

7598 Piccarti Periculorum Criticori:ra Liber ■ Hdtafiad. 160; 

7399 Pecquet! Experimenta Nova Ana'cmica ■ Paris \b^t 

7400 Privilcgia Eracram minorum & aiiorum f ratrum Me-ndic.ntiura 

1630 

7401 Philofophia S. Scripture interpres Exercitatio Paradcxa 

Eieutheropdi i656 

7402 Perotus de Gencribus Metrorum fine Locs ant Ann». 

"Jiipi Pelargi Evan gel icarum Quaeil;Onum & Refponfionum Liber 

Prancaf. i6f3 

7404 Philobiblon Richardi Dunelmenfis five de Amorc Librorum Trac- 

tatus Oxon. 159Q 

7405 Prifciani Phoenomenon Euphorillon, Lib. I. Logicus Lib. II. & 

Gynaecea ad Salvinam, Lib. HI. Bafil. apud Frohen. 153; 

7406 Pentateuchus Mofis Arabice, lum multis Notis Manufcriptis 

L. Bat. \^t\ 
407 Pochochii Porta Mofis ■ » Oxon. 16^; 

7408 Ptolomaei Planispherium, cum Comment. Ptolemaei 

Ventt. apud Aldutnxc^^^ 

7409 Poluiani Sylvacui Titulu. & Rufticus, cum Intcrp Kiv. Beraldi 

Parii 

74 10 Panegv-i 



264 LIBRI LJTINI, QiTARTo. 

7410 Panegyricus in Laudem Cardinalis Grimani ■ Utini 1498 

j^r I Pamphiliis de Sponfalibus & Matrimonio ■ Fenef. 1606 

7412 Pius Honcif. de Remedio Amoris, E</it. nut. 

7413 Prifei Hirtorinc Brytannicae Defenfio Lond. 1573 

7414 Principia feu Introduftiones Fratris Peregrini Ytalici de Lugo 

Oxon. I 506 
74 K Quinton de Thermis, Lat. & Angl. - LonL 1726 

7416 Quatuor Evangeliorum Verfiones perantiquae duae Gothica Scil. 

Si Anglo-Saxonica, cum Obfervat. Junii & Marefchalli 

Dordrecht. 1665 

7417 Quodlibetica 'decifio perpulchra &' devota de Septem doloribus 

ChriUifera; V. Mariae ac communi & Saluberrima Con fra tern itate 
defiiper Inilituta ■ ■ - Antn). fine Anna 

7418 Porta de Furtivis Literarum Notis ■ Lond. 1591 

7419 Ramus Tribonianus five Errores Triboniani de Pcsna Parricidii, 

Ch. max. <um fig. • ■ ■ L. Bat. 1728 

7420 Relatio Jurium Sedis Apoftolicae in Civitatem Comadenfem^ Lat. 

& Ital. z \o\. foliis deaurat. ■ • ■ Rom/ciyii 

7421 Raphfon Analyus ^quationum Univerfalis Lond. lyoz 

7422 Rofini Ronianarum Antiquitatum Corpos abfolut. cum Notis Demp* 

fteri — . L.Bat. 1663 

7423 Roverii Hiftoria Monalterii S. Joannis Reotnacnfis, corio turcica, 

foliii deaurat. — ■ ' •• ■ ~ Paris 1637 

7424 Ruremundani de Monetis & Re Nummaria Libri duo 

Col. Agrip 1591 

7425 Rubenius de Re Veftiaria veterum, cum fig, 

A»t<v. apud Plantin. 1669 

7426 Relandus de Ufa Antiquitatum Sacrarum — ■ ■ " T.adRh. 1713 

7427 Rhodigini lliiloria Ludicra • ■ Brttxella 165^ 

7428 Roffini Commentarii omnium a Creato Orbe Hiftoriarum 

Lutetits apud Benenatum I 57 1 

7429 Rudbecliii Laponia illuftrata • • Vpfala 1701 

7430 • de Ave Selau cujus mentio fit. Numer. XI. 3 i. — ib. 1705 

7431 Rutgerfii Variaruni Lectionum Libri fex — — . L. Bat. i6j8 

7432 Rolellii Tlicfaurus Artificiofae Memoriae Venet. 1579 

7433 Ryfchii -Ad verfa riorum Anatomico-Medico-Chirurgicorum 

Amfi. 1620 

7434 Rufi Ephefii Opera, Gr. Lat. cum Comment, Gul. Clinch 

Lond. 1726 

7435 Rufca de Inferno & Statu Daemonum ante Mundlexitium 

Medial. 1621 

7436 Rocca de S. S. Chrifti Corpore Rom. Pontifi. iter conficientibus 

praeferendo, cum fig. ' ■ 1 599 

7437 Rigaltii Gloir.rium, Gr. Lat. — ■ Paris apud Morel, ihoi 

7438 Relandi PalaelUna ex Monumentis vet. illuft. 2 voi.'cumfig. 

L. Bat. I J J 4. 

7439 Recupitus de Vefuviano Incendio - - ■ Rom^e 1644. 

7440 Reyheri Diilertatio de Nummis quibufdam ex Chymico Metallo 

fait is — . — — Kilia^ 1691 

7441 Rofa Anglica Praxis Medica, 2 vol. • a Vindei. 1595 

744.2 Rocchae, A;)geli, Commentarius contra Ludum alearum 

Roma 1616 
7443 Reinefii Epiftolae -— ~ — — — — Lipfiia 1660 

7444 ReineliiH 



LIBRI LA TIN I. Quarto: zS^ 

r Reinelius de Plagio Literario — — > ib. ib-ji 

7444< Placcius de Scripcis & Scriptoribus Anonymis atque Pfeudonymis 
C^ Syntagma — ^ Mamb. i6j^ 

7445 RyiE Quaeftiones Geometricae — ■ Francof. 1649 

7446 Rolfincii Chimia in Artis formam redadla — - — Gene'v. 1671 

7447 Reggius de Statu Ecclefiae Britanr.icae Hodierno Dantif. 1647 

7448 Repertorium five Tabula generalis Aurhoritatum Ariilotelis & Phi» 

lofophoruDi, cum Commcntoper Modum Alphsbeti 

Paris apud Badium Jfcentium i 5 1 3 

7449 Ranzovii Catalogas illuft. Virorum qui Artem Altrologicam amarune 

, Lipfia 1584 

7450 Refenii Infcriptiones HafFnienfes Lat. Danics & Germanicae 

Haffnia xeeS. 
7551 PvUthardi Sacra Cofmologia - — — — T'iburgi 1630 

7452 Rulandi Lexicon Alchemise t ■ - — — . Franco/. ibSl 

7453 Riolani Querimonia Cordis Bajil. \66i 

7454 Refponforia alia & Antiphonaria Romanae Ecclefije — Rama 1686 

7455 Rhodius de Acia ejufdem de Menfuris & Ponderibus vet. Med. 

Haffnia: 1672 

7456 ■ de Ponderibus & Menfuris vet. Medicorum • ib. 1672 

7457 Regimen Sanjtatis Salerni — . > Paris i^g^ 

7458 Rcdmani de Jurtificatione Opus ->- -"• ■— Jntv. 1555 

7459 Reges Regins Nobiles & Alii in Ecclefia Coll. B. Petri Weflmonaft. 

Sepulti ■■ -^^ • LoKd. 1603 

7460 Reinhardus de Lingua Vernacula Jefu Chriiti ■ y«^«^ 1670 

7461 de Notis Marginalibus S. Cod. Hebrjej Maforeticis 

fVittenberga 1674 

7462 Regii Sanguinis Clamor ad Coelum adyerfus Parricidas Anglicanos, 

Haga Com. 1652 

7463 Santorini Obfcrvationes Anatomica» -> — . -Ven^t. ijz^ 

7464 Scaevolx & Abelii Sammarthanorum Patris & Filii Opera, Lat. & 

Gall. 3 vol. — ^^ •■ Paris 16^^ 

7465 Sermones in Primo Solenni Acad. Scientiarunj Imperialis 

PeircpoH 1725 

7466 Scsevols Sammarthani Opera, foliis deaurat. — ^ Paris 1630 

7467 Solutio Problematis Pafchalis. 

7468 Summuia Confeffionis Venet. apud Barth. de Cran. id^j"^ 

7469 Sylvii Opera Medica J^mfi. apud Elz. i6%o 

7470 Scheuchzeri Itinera Alpina, 2 vol. cum jig. • L. Bat. 1723 

7471 Schaaf, Caroli, Epillola Syriaca ad Maha Thome, id elt magnum 

Thomam ' ^ • L. Bat. 1714 

7472 Saxii Hiftoria Primatum Sanda; Arelatenfis Ecclefiae 

Jquis Sextij 1629 
7373 Statuta Vetera Sabaudias Ducum ■ ■ • A. Taurinor. 1586 

7474 Suarelii Pfseneftes antiqua: Libro duo -^ — Rornts 1655 

7475 Stenonis Mufculi Defcriptio Geometrica Floreint. iGGj 

7476 Stella Mefchiah Gcrmanice, corio turcica deaurat. — Ef.ing. 1477 

7477 Spanhemius de Prseftantia Sa Ufu Numifmatum Antiqyorum 

Amji. 1 67 1 

7478 - ■ Idem, Ch. max. > . ib. 16 ji 

7479 Orbis Romanus «— . — ■. — • Land. 1703 

7480 — Idem, Cb. max. — -. — r^ ib. i/Oj 

7481 • •' Friderici, Hiftoria Johi i Jena 167a 

^^83 Synodus P:peccf~na Agathenfis ■■ .■■ ■i' »-— — Royna itiz 

L i 7483 Setonii 



266 LIBRI LjiriNI. Quarto. 

7483 Suetonii de Afcenfione Domini Oratio ■ ■■ ■^584 

7484 Sydenhami Opera Medica — — — • Genev. \-j\6 

7485 Spencer de Legibus Hebrseorum Ritualibas & earum Rationibus, 

2 vol. •■ Haga Com. 1686 

7486 Silvatici, Jo. B-ipt. de Unicornu, Lapide Bezoar, Smaragdo & Mar- 

garitiseorumq. in Febribus Peftilent'ibus ufu Traftatio Berg. 1605 

7487 Sperlette Pbyfica Nova five Philofophia Nature - — Berolini 1694 

7488 Syngeli de Laudibus Divi Dionyfii Liber Grsce 

Paris a pud Rob. Steph. 1547 

7489 Sobiefki Comment. Chotinenfis Belli, Lib. tres Dantif. 1646 

7490 Series Chronologica Jmperat. Rom. a Julio Caefare ad Ferdinan- 

dum in. Antv. 1655 

7491 Sulikovii Rerum Polonicarum Commentarius — — Dantif. »647 

7492 Siraeonis de BcUo Traniylvanico & Pannonico Libri fex 

Rom<e 1 7 1 3 

7493 Symmachi Epillols, Lib. X. corio turcica, foliis deaurat. Paris 1604 

7494 Stancarii Sched^e Mathematicae ejufdem Obfervationes Aflronomicx 

Bonon. 1713 

7495 Sinclari Ars nova & magna Gravitatis & Levitatis, foliis deaurat. 

Roticrd. \tbcj 

7496 Scaligeri adverfus ErafmumOrationes dux ■ lolofa \tz\ 

7497 ■ de Vetuftate &Splendore Gentis Scaligeraa 

L. Bat. apud Plan tin. 1 594 

7498 — de Subtilitaie ad Hieron. Cardanum 

Paris apud Vafcofan I 557 

7499 Statuta Delphinalia — Gratianopoli 1619 

7500 Seibrde Sorano Morborum Caufa • — • Halce Magd. 1726 

7501 Septera Sapientum Apopiithegmau Confilia & Praecepta Grarce 

Paris apud Morel, i 554 

7502 Stamhurfti de Rebus in Hibernia Gellis Libri IV. 

Jntv. apud Plantin. 1584 

7503 Schelftrate de Audoritate Patriarchali Sc Metropoliti(:a adverfus Stil- 

lingfleet de Originibus iiritannicis — ■ Romee ib%j 

7504 Scverinus de Viperas Natura - ■ — — . Patav. 1650 

7505 TrimembrisChirurgia L. Bat. lyz^ 

7506 — Zootomia Democrit^a ■ h'oriml>. 1645 

7507 S. John QuatuorOrationes — Cantab. 1705 

7508 Schurzfleicliii Noticia Bibliothecas Principalis Vinanenfis 

Jen^ 1715 

7509 Scacchide falubri Pota Diffcrtatio Roma «pud Zanettum 1622 

7510 Dii Papae Hirtoria Bohemiae ■ . . Venet. 1503 

7511 Silvii (^naae) Dialogus de facra Communione Corporis Chrifti, 

editio antiq.Jine Anno aut Loco 

7512 Scoti Phifionomiae, for/o /«raVo </faz<r. ■■ *477 

7513 Sanftiffimi Nominis Dei Sodalitas adverfus Perjuria k Blafphemias 

per Confalium Ponce de Leon Rovue 1 590 

7514 Siiveftria Petrafandla Symboia Heroica Amji. 1682 

7515 Schreiteri Primae Lineae Juris CivilisPrivati ■■ ■ - Liffia 

7516 Schweitzeri HeloiSae Hilloria Naturalis, rtt;w_/?j-. 1716 

7517 Schoettgenius de Librariis & Bibliopolis antiquorum Lipftrc 17 10 

7518 Spleiffius de Cornibus & OfTibus Foffilibus Canftadienlibus 

JetifS 1 701 

7519 Stieffii de Urnis in Silefia Lignicenfibus atquc Pilgrams dorfien- 

fibus Epiiloiae — — - — — Lipf. 1 704 

7520 Schut^* 



LIBRI LATIN I. Quarto. 267 

7520 Schutre apparatus curiofus & prafticu?, 2 Vol. — DrefAa 1710 

7521 Sturmii Collegium Experimentale five curiofum, cum fig. 

Norimb. 1 70 1 

7522 Schotti Opera Mathematica 6 Vol. n</« /5^. — Franco/. 1657 

7523 Stella Clerlcorum • edltio ant'iq^ fine Anno aut Loco 

7524 Summa Summarum Silveftrina — Lugd. per Jo. de Plates 152O 

7525 Salomonis de Forti Miiliere Alphabecum tribus Comment, illuft. 

Roma 1589 

7526 Sadolitus, Balbus, Bembus, Donatus, & Bocignolus contra Turcas 

1524 

7527 Sacrabufto (Job. de) Spira Mundi Ventt. 1478 

^528 ■ Idem corio turcica deaur. Edit . pervetufi. 

r52g Sinibaldi Geneanthropeiae five de Kominis Generatione Deca- 
teuchon Franco/. 1669 

7530 Statuta Academias Patavii Patanj. 1674 

7531 Socini Refponfio ad Librum Jac. Pataeologi cui Titulus eft defen- 

fio Verae Sentcntiae de Magiflracu Politico &:c. — 1581 

7532 ■ Diiputatio de Statu primi hominis ante lapfum 

Pacoma i6ld 

7533 Sigonii Emendationum Libri duo — Venet . apud Aldum 1557 
753+ deRepublicaHebraeorum, Lib. Vll.ftfr/o/a^-aVo/o/. <^f<3«. 

Bonon. 1582 
753 ij Sabellici Hift. Vencta ■ — Ba/l. 1670 

7536 Orationes • Parii 1509 

7537 Schroder i Pharmacopeia Medico Chy mica UlmiS 1705 

7538 Sch6fFerus de re Vehiculari Veterum — Franco/. 1671 

7539 Sperlingii Diflertat. de Nummis non cufis tarn Vet.t^uam Recent. 

Amji. 1 700 

7540 Schwenckfeld Hift. Nat. Silefiae • Lignicii 1603 

7541 Schlegelius de Num^nis .^bbatum Hersfeldenfium Qotha 1724 

7542 — de Nummis Antiquis Gothanis, &c. Franco/, lyz^ 

7543 ■ de Nummis Com. Blanckerenburgenfis Epillola Icna 

7544 Seldenus de Succeflionibus iq Bona defundi Lond. 163 1 

7545 ■ Vindiciae Exiftimationis Suae per Convitium Mendaciffi- 

mum • ti/. 1653 

7546 Seitz de Inclarefcendi Modis apud Graecos Vet. Diflertatio 

Jenee 1 700 

7547 Smeltii Antiqartates Neomagenfes, raw/"^. — K. Bat. 1678 

7548 Spinofa Opera Pofthuma 1671 

7549 Sebailiani Bellum Muficale Argeniorati 1^63 

7550 Schickardi Jus Regium Hebraeorum »— — Argent. 1625 

755 1 Sylloge Variorum Traftatuum quibus Caroli M. Britanniae Regis 

fnnocentia illuftratur ■ ■ 1649 

7552 Strozae de Republica Libri duo — Florent. afud Juntas 1565 
75 53 Specolum C.hriftiani Lond. per W. de Machlinia fine Anno 

7554 Idem corio turcica deaurat. ib. apud ib. fine Anno 

7555 Severini (Petri) Opera cum notis Davidfoni — Ha gee Com. \66o 

7556 Speculum Peregrinarum Quellionum Argent 1499 

7557 SpizelJi lilutt. J£,\i Hujus Theologorum & Philologorum Imagines. 

&Elogia . aVinid. 1673 

7558 Schrockii Hift. Mofchi a Vindel. 1682 

7559 Sibylla Francicafeu de Admirabili Puella Joh. Lotharinga Dialogi 

duo — "- — _ Urfellis 1 6c 6 

7560 Schubartius de Diluvio Deucaliohis — — Jenae 1642 

L 1 2 7561 Stoe- 



26B LIBRI LATINL QitARto: 

7561 Stoeflefi Ephemeridum • — — Tuhingai 1531 

7562 Schurzeleifchii Annus Romanorum Julianus Lib. Comment, illirft. 

Vitemh. 1704 

7563 Sadloeti (Card.) Epift. cunt alils TraQ. fbl. deaur . Franco/. 1610 

7564 Schoneri Ephcmeris pro Anno Dom. 1532 ■ — Norimh. 

7565 Scholia in Sacra Biblia Graeca Lond. apud Dnniel 1653 

7565 Struthufen Syntagma Hift. Saracenico Turcicae Uelmefiad. 1664 

7567 Sprecheri Pallas Rhaetica Armata & Togata — Bafil. 1617 

7568 Sennerti Athenae Itemq. Infcriptiones VVittebergenfis, Lib. II. 

IVittcbcrg. 1678 

7569 Schmidt nummi Brafteati Numburgocicenfcs Pcgavienfefque vindi- 

cati • • Jetiae 1695 

7570 Sevcri Alexandrini de Ritibus Baptifmi Liber Syriac. & Lat. 

Antv. a-pud PI ant in . 1570 

7571 Septuaginta Graves & arduae Rationes ob quas Rcgem Poloniae 

{\x'^Ct^i2iC fol. deaur. - — ■ Pqfonii I919 

7572 Sagittarii Origines Ducum Brunfwico Luneburgenfium Hiflorica 

L)iflertat. Jenae 1684 

7573 ■" Antiquitates Scythicas ib. 1682 

7574 Sacra Inflitatia Baptizandi ac alji Ritus Ecclcfiaft. juxca Ufum 

Ecclef. Sarum Duaci 1604 

7575 Statuta Ordinis Premonftratenfis ■ > Paris 1604 

7576 SirturiTelefcopium Franco/. 1618 

7577 Salomonis & Msrcolphi Dialogus Ant<v. per Gerardi Leece fine An. 

7578 Solini (Caij. Jul.) Polyhiftor five de fitu Orbis ac Mundi Mirabi- 

libus Liber, ^»f Loco aut Anno 

7579 - ' ■■ ■ de Memorabilibus Mundi - " ■ 1493 
r^ Servili (Joan.) de Mirandis antiquorum Operibus Luhecae 1600 

^ - ) Hippoliti a CoUibus de Caufis magnitudinis Urbinum Liber 
75°° S Sutlivius dePielbyterio ejufque nova in Ecclefia Chriftiana Politeia 
^ Land. 1 59 1 

75§i Spmheimi Geneva Reftituta • ■ • 1635 

7582 SchefFeri de Militia Navali Vcterum Lib. IV. Upfaliae 1654 

7583 Seldeni Liber de Nummis *■ ■ ■ Lond. 1675 

7584 Schooten Introduftio ad Gcometriae Methodum R. des Cartes 

L. Bat. 1651 

7585 Speculum Salutis Germanice ^<jr/o /amrj dV^wr. Culenburgh. 1483 
1 5g6 Suetonii Refponfio ad Hamilton Apottat. — Edinburgi i^jq 
7587 Segeri Triumphus & Querimonia Cordis — — Bafil. 1661 
7:588 Seidonati Orationes ■ ■ ' Camerini 1578 
7^89 Schcffcri DifTertatio Politica deFoederibus Vffalia; 1654 

7590 Steger de Przecipuis Vet. Rom. Lotionibus Lipfiee 1649 

7591 Speculum Anims; Peccatricis Editio antiqua fine Anno aut Loco 
-Jigz SacriSacerdotii Defenfio contra Lutherum — — Colonies 1525 

7593 Simfoni Hieroglyphica Animalium Terrellrium — Edinb. 1622 
*7593 Teflainentum Novum, Heb. Gr. $c Lat. 

Paris apud Benenatum 1584 

7594 —— — Idem, Graece, coric turcica^ /ol. deaurat. Paris 1638 

7595 • Idem, Gra:ce, cum Notis Scaligeri — C Allob. 1620 

7596 • Idem, Latine ■ Paris apud Colinaum \t^\\ 

7597 ' Idem, Arabice, /oliis deaurat. 

7598 — — — Idem, Charta maxima, corio turcica, /ol deaurat, 

7599 " Idem, RufTice . 1601 

7606 — " ■ ■■ Ideffi, Lithuanice ■ ■ — — i?*^*- 

j6o! ' ■ ' ■ ■-' IdetDf 



LTBRT LJtINL Quarto. 269 

«^■601 Idem. Arabice edente Erpenio, cum Notis MS 

Leidcs 1 616 
y5o2 Idem, Turcice redditum Opera, Gul. Seaman 

7623 Trivorii Obfervatio Apologetica adverfus quoldam J. C. & Proco- 
' piiAnecdota, Cha.max.corio turcica, Lineis rubrit, fol. deaurat. 

Paris 1631 

7604 Tollii EpiftoljB Itineraria», f««_/fg-. ■ jimfi. 1714 

7605 — Infignia Itinerarii Italici • J. ad Rh. 161^6 

7606 Tournefort Inftitutiones Rei Herbaria, n,-^o\. cumjig. 

7607 Tomafini Petrarcha Redivivus Laura Comite Pata'vii 1650 

7608 ■'■' Manus iEnzeas Cecropii Votum referentis dilucidatio 

ib. 1649 

7609 ■ ■ '— Urbis Patavinx Infcriptioneafacrae &Prophanae.r^. 1649 

7610 ——— DeTefferis Hofpitalitatis Liber ■ • Utinii i6^j 

7611 Idem ejufdem Territorii Patavifii Infcriptiones Sacrae & 

Profanae ■ ■ Patavii 1654 

7612 • De Donariis ac Tabellis Votivis, cum fig. — tb. 1654 

7613 ■ Illuftrium Virorum Elogia Iconibus exornata — ib. 1630 

76 1 4 Tonftellus de Arte Supputandi — Paris apud R. Steph. 1538 

7615 ■ Idem - — ■ ' Land, apud Pyn/on 1522 

7616 Idem, cerio turcica deaurat. • ib. apudib. 1522 

7617 De Veritate Corporis & Sanguinis Domini in Euchariftia 

Paris apud Vafcofan 1 554 
►r6i8 ■ ■ ■ - Contra impios Blafphemat. Dei Praedeftinat. Antv. 1555 

7619 Taylor Method us Incrementorum direfta & inverfa Lond. 1715 

7620 Trofii EpiftolE vere Familiares > ■ - Mediolani 16^.^. 

7621 Teixerae Origo Regum Portugalliae & eorum praeclare gefta 

Paris 158Z 

7622 Triumfettus de Ortu ac Vegetatione Plantarum, cum Jig, 

Romte 1685 

- c Trevigar Seftionum Conicarum Elementa — — Cantab. \Ji\ 

7 3 "^ Raphion Analyfis -^quationum Univerfalis • • Lond. 16^ 

7624 Trapezuntii de Partibus Orationis ex Prifciano Compendium 

Roma; 147 1 

7625 Tenneurius de Sacra Ampulla Remenil adverfus Chifletium 

Paris 1652 

7626 Tatiani Alexandrini Harmonia IV. Evangeliorum antiquis, Ver- 

fio Theotifca — • ■'■ Grjphijniualds 1 705 

7627 Turre, Philip, Monumentaveteris Antii, cum fig. Roma' ij 00 

7628 Idem, cum fig. ■ - ^ . ■■ - ib.ijco 

7629 Turretini de Ludis Saecularibus Academicae Quaeftiones 

Gefiez'o- lyoi 

De Pace Protellantium Ecclefiaftica — ib. 1707 

DiiTertation fur Douze Medailles des Jeux Seculaires de I'Emp. 

7650/ Domitien par Rainflant a Verfailles 16^^ 

Diflertations de Chamillart fur plufieurs Medailles gravees de fon 
Cabinet & Autrcs Monuments d'Antiquite ■ a Paris 1 71 1 

7631 Thyfii Hiftoria Navalis . L. Bat. 1657 

7632 Theophyla<ai Inftitutio Regia, Gr. Lat. 

Paris t Typographia Regia 1 65 i 

7633 Theologemeni ArithmeticaGraece Paris apud fVechclium ii^^i 

7634 Theodoreti Epifcopi Cyri Dialogi tres contra quafdam Herefes Or. 

Romer I 547 
7635 The- 



I 



270 LIBRf LJriNI,'QvARTo. 

("•Theodofii NovellaeConftitutiones XLU, Paris ap. R. Steph. tj/i 
, ^ Fabrotus de Paganis Sacrificiis & Templis — — /'^.1648 

' ^5 VBaraterius de Feudis -^ — ib. iSiz 

^Albehci Gentilis de Legationibus Libri tres Loud. 1585 

7636 Theatrum Vitae Humanae a Boifiirdo Confcriptum & a Theod. 

Bryio Artificiofis, Hid. illuft. ■ Franco/, i 596 

7637 Theophylafti Simocattae Hiftoriae Mauricii Tiberii Imp. Lib. 

VJII.Gr. Lat. ■ iHgoldftadii ibo^ 

.Theodoretusin V Lib. MofisGraece — Paris 1558 

Gregof li Nyffeni de Virginitate Liber Graece 

Antn). apud Plant in. \^J^ 
7638«^ — — — Adverfus eos qui Caftigationes aegre ferunt Oratio Gr. 

Paris apud Morel. I 55 J 
BaAlii Rom. Imp. Exhortatlonum Cap. XLVl. ad Leonem Filium 

ib. ap. ib. 1584 

7639 Theophraftus de Igne, Gr. Lat, — Paris apud Tumebum i ^^6 

7640 De Lapidibus & de Pifcibus, Gr. Lnt. 

ib. apud Morell. 1577 

7641 TertulHani ad Nationes Libri duo, cum Notis Gothofredi 

Geneva 1625 

7642 Theodofii Tripolitse Sphaericorum Ijbri tres, Gr. 

Paris apud Wechelium 1558 

7643 Trigautlus de Chriftiana Expeditione apud Sinas Lugd. 1616 

7644 Theatrum Crudelitatum Hasreticorum noilri Teraporis, cum fig. 

Antii, 1604 

7645 Trefinegifii, Mercurii, Opera Latine, per Ficinum 

Paris apud H. Steph. 1505 

7646 Trithemius deScriptoribus EccIefiaRicis Paris i^iz 

y5^7 ■ ■ Catalogus iiiuft. Virorum Germanise, Editio antiquajtitt 

Anno aut loco 

7648 Tilger Differtatio Hiftorico-Politica de Nummis XJlma 1710 

7649 Thomse Philologi de Vita Hominis ultra CXX. Annos Protratienda 

Vend. 1560 

7650 Tentzelii Supplementum Hiftorias Gothanae, cumfg. Jenee 1702 

7651 Theodoretus in Pentateuchum, Grsece • /'^zmifjjS 

7652 Tria Rofacea Coronament.T Anns Maris Jefa • Ant. 1495 

7653 Tackii Triplex Phafis fophicus ~ Franco/. 1673 

7654 Tenzelii feiecla Numiimata Aurea Argentea & ^Erea maximi Mo- 

duli ■ >- ■ Jena 1693 

7655 Thefaurus Reliquiarum Eleft, Brunfvico Luneburgicus 

Hanover a »713 

7656 Thomafms de Ratione Status • 1693 

7657 Theatrum Ethnicoldololatricum Politico Hiftoricum, cum fig. 

Moguntiee 1699 

7658 Turri, Raph. Diffidentis Defciicentis Receptaeque Neapolis Lib. 

VL ■ Infulis 1651 

7659 Theobaldus de Naturis Duodecim AnimaJium — J^f^/- '49? 

7660 Tradatua de Moribus Conditionibus & nequitia Turcorum, /m 

Anno aut loco 

7661 Tirelli Hiitoria Vini & Febrium Lib. duo >■ • - Venet. 1630 
766^ Tela Suecici Aranei leviter & vane Injuftiti^E Armorum Suecioruin 

Prastexta — — —J Ha/nia 1660 

7663 Thil-ing de Studio Senili Differtatio Kilonii 1701 

7664 Twyni AiJtiquitatis Academic Oxon. Apologia — Oxon. 1608 

7665 Tor- 



LIBRi tATINl QvxKTo, zyx 

^665 Torrcnfis, Francifci, de Sola Leftione Legis & Prophetarum Ju- 
dxis cum Mofaico RitJ, & cul:u permittenaa ■ Roma 155c 

7666 Turn, Thorns, de 'ucoritate Gradu ac terminis Legatorum a 

Latere Tradtacus, /b/./V rf^fflar«/. ■ Ron:<£ i6zS 

7667 Tuki Tradatus de Uiurariorutn Statu Cabmitofo Francof. i6i8 

7668 Tormii Antiquitacum Danicaru.-n SermonesXVI. Hafnia- ib^z 

7669 Tarchaniotje Marulli Conftantino Politani Hymnorum Naturalium 

Florentia '497 

7670 Theophylafti Archiepifc. Bulgarise Epiftolae edidit Meurfius 

L. Bat. 161 7 

7671 Thyrjeus, Petrus, de Djemonicis - E. Jgrip. \6o^ 

7672 Tradtatus Pulchcrrimus de Origine Nobilium, Jixe loco aut Anno 

7673 — — — ^\xcccS\on\:im, fine Anno aut loco 

yb-j^ Tileni ConfideratioSeiuentiae Jac. Anninii de Przdeftinatione 

Franco/. 1612 

7675 Veri, Joa. Bapt. Rerum Venetarum Libri fex •■ ■ ■ Fenet. 1678 

7676 Vinnii in IV. Libros Inilitut. Imperialium Commentarius 

L.Bat. 1726 

7677 Vaillant Hiftoria Regum Syriae ad fidem Numifmat. accommodata 

Paris 1681 

7678 Uiierii Veterum Epillolarum Hibernicaruxn Sylloge, fol. deaurat. 

ib. 1661; 
jh-jc^ • ' ■ Chronologia Sacra ■' Oxon. 1660 

7680 De Scripturis & Sacris Vernaculis, cum Notis Whartoni 

Land. 1689 

7681 Vanfwieten Commentaria in Boerhaave Aphorifmos de Cogno- 

fcendis cc Curandis Morbis ■ L.Bat.\~^z 

7682 Vici, ^nxas, Numifmat. Lat. &Ital. 2 vol. — Fartr.a; 1554. 
7682 ■■ Idem, Charta maxima — . • -— Paris ibt^ 

7684 Vafconcalii Summa Capita Adorum Regum Lufuaniae ^«/«u. 1621 

7685 Vallefius de Sacra Philofophia < — A.Taurinor i^%j 

7686 Viclorii Variarum Ledionum, Libri XXV, > Lugd.i^:^^ 

7687 Vignolii AntiquiofesPontif. Rom. Denarii ■ ^cx?^ 1709 

7688 • De Columna Imp. Antonini Pii DiiTertatio i^. 1705 

7689 ■ De Anno Prime Imp. Severi Aiexandri Aug. i6. ijiz 

7690 Vitruvii de Architedara Libri decern, am fig. 

Lugd. afud Tornarftum 155« 

7691 Valerius de Cautione Adhibenda in edendis Libris 

Pata'vii 1 7 1 9 

7692 Vcflius de Septuaginta Interpretibus eorumquc Tranflatione & 
Chronologia Haga Com. i66j 

7693 • De Nili & Al'orum Fluminun: Origine — ib. 1666 

69^ ■ De Lucis Natura & Proprietate 

Amfi. apitd Elxfjlr 1662 

^95 ' jDe Hiftoricis Grsecis Lib. IV. L. Bat. 1651 

6g6 — . De Jure iVlagiltratus in Rebus Eccleliafticis 

Amp. 1669 
Refponfum ad Objefla Joh. de Eruyn & Per. P'-citi 

Hague Com. 166} 

1598 Vairi de Fafcino Lib. tres Paris ii^?>i 

Am99 Vavafforis de Ludicra Diftione Liber, foUis deaurat, 
,,■ Paris ap. Cramcli^ i6^S 

'\ 7700 Veiu» 



272 LIBRI LATINIy Quarto: 

7700 Vetus Orbis Defcriptio Graeci Scriptoris, cum Notis Gothofredl 

Genenjie 1628 

7701 Vegetius de re Militari, r«»i^j-. — Antv. apud Plantin. 1607. 

7702 Mulomedicina ■ • ^ajil- 1574 

770;^ UgoniiOrationes de Lingua Latina ■■ ■■■ Romae 1586 

7704 Ulug Beigi Allronomiae Arabice & Lat. cum notis Graevii 

LonJ. 165a 

7705 Valefchii de Initio Imperii Severi Alexandri Aug. DifTertatio 

Florent. 1715 

7706 Vandale de Oraculis Veterum Ethnicorum JmJ}. 1700 

7707 Differtationes IX. de Antiquitatibus quin & Marmoribus 

V cum Rom. turn Graecis, fww^^. ■ — > — JmJ}. 1702 

7708 Varonis Vefuviani IncendiiHillorijE Lib. tres. — Neapoii 1634 

7709 Van Helmont Opera omnia • ■ Hafnia: 1707 

7710 Valefchi de M. Aurelii Antonini Heliogabali TribunitiaPoteftateV. 

Diflertat. Hiftorico-Chronologica ••' Floren. 1 7 1 1 - 

7711 Urielis Interpretat. fex Prophetarum Paris apud Morel. 1559 

7712 Veltuychi Itinera Deferti de Judaicis difciplinis & earum Yanitate 
. hebraice/(7/;M deaur. • ■ Venet. 1539 

7713 Vallenfis (Laurent.) Hift. Ferdinandi Regis Aragoniae Lib. tres, 

Paris apua Colimsuvi 1521 

7714 Volufeni de Animi Tranquillitate Dialogus 

Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. I 543 

7715 Valentini Sacelli Gregoriani Defcript. — Florentia; 1583 

77 16 Velthufen Traftatus Moralis de natural! Pudore & Dignitate 

T.adRh. 1676 

7717 Verheyen Corporis Humani Anatomiae fa«;_;fg-. Bruxellar 1726 

7718 Vergilii (Polydori)Proverbiorum Libellus • Venet. 1503 

-j-j iQ de rcrum Inventoribus _/<?/. deaurat. 

Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1 5 28 

7720 Idem ' ' Paris 1505 

7721 Viperani de Bello Melitenfi Hilloria — — Perujite 1567 

7722 ' de Scribendis Virorum lUuftrium Vitis — ib. 1757 

7723 Venerius de Oraculis & Divinationibus Antiquorum Venet. 1524 

7724 Vanderbinden de Scriptis Medicis • tlorimbergte 1686 

7725 Selefta Medica & ad ea Exercitationes Batavae 

/ Amji. 1656 

7726 Medicina Phyfiologica «-^ ib. 1553 

7727 Mclctemata e Medicinse Hippocraticse .« ■ L. Bat. 1660 

7728 Velferi Fragmenta Tabulae Antiquac cum fig. 

Venet . afud Aldum 1591 

7729 Ugonii Dialogus de Solitudine ■■■ Venet. 1545 

7730 Varii Authores de Connubiis »' Lipfi^e 
,7731 Vellchii Diilertatio de Agagropilis — A Vindel. 1660 
7732 Vit£ Petri Arodii & Guill. iVIenagii Scriptore Mcnagio 

Paris 1675 

^733 Selcflorum aliquot Virorum per Batcfium — Land. i68i 

7734 • Sant^torum Graice ■ r- Venet. 

7725 S. Martini, S. Nicolai, S. C&thetinss 

Edit. Vet. fine Anno aut Loco 

775^ ^ Moribus Phllofophorum — fine Loco aut Anno 

7727 Virorum qui Superiori noftroq; Seculo eruditione & doflrina 

illull. fucrunt ^ Franco/. 1536 

7738 --— furis confuUorum »■ ' " ■■ ■ " »■■ • — — BafiL «537 



M 



LIBRI L AT INI. Quarto. 

^739 — — quorundamErudiiiss. &illuft. Virorumfcriptore Smitho - 

Lond. 1707 

7740 Vita Toribii Alfonfi Mogrobefu Studio Cypriani de Heirera 

Roma 1670 

7741 ■ Claudii Fabricii de Pcirefe per GafTendum 

Paris apud Cratnoify 1 64 1 

7742 — 7— St, Benedifti per Carpenteium Ant'v.apud Plantin. 1588 

7743 & res gefts Gulielmi Wicami/i/. </^«ar. Oxon. 1690 

7744 Card. Baronii Auftore Barnabeo Perufino Pomce 1651 

7745 — — Budaei per Ludovicum Regium Paris apud Roigny 1540 

7746 ■ Fibiani Burggravii a Dhona editore Joh. Voffio 

L. Bat. apud Elz. 1628 

7747 Vita Petri Martyris a Jofia Simlero, foUis deaurat. Tiguri 1663 

7748 — — S. Rumoldi Archiepif. & Mart, per H. Vardasum 

Lo^anii 1662 

7749 " ■ Hen. Bullingeri per Simlerum — — Tiguri 1575 
775° ' Joan. Vincentii Pinelli audcore Paulo Gualdo 

J, Vindel. 1607 

7751 Reginaldi Poli ■ • ' Venet. 1^63 

7752 " ■ &: Mors Ignatii Loiolse Auflore Joa. Petro Maffeid 

Roma 1585 

7753 ■ Joannis Gravii fcriptore Thoma Smitho — — Lond. 1699 

7754 JVIarci Antonii Peregrini audtore Jac, Ph. Tomafino 

Pata'v. 1636 

7755 Andreas Aurias Melphiae Principis per Car. Sigonium- 

Genua 1586 

.7756 Beatas Maris Viginis Matris Dei Emblematibus delineata 

per Callot 

7757 ■ Adse & Evffi, Edit'io dntiqua, fine Anno aut Loco. 

7758 " Geo. Hieron. Welfchii, per L. Schrochium 

A. Vindel. 1 678 

7759 sc P^ors Tullias Tullii Ciceronis Filiae ■ Jena 1679 

7760 — — — Nicolai Spinelli, per Math. Vairam Venet. 1633 

n-761 m Scipionis .^miliani, per Car. Sigonium Bononia 1569 

7762 Def. Erafmi ex ipfms manu fideliter reprefentata. 

L. Bat. 1607 

7763 Laurentii Campegii CardinaJi?, per Car Sigonium, corio 

turcica, deaurat. • Bononia 1569 

r- C Johannis Juelli, per Laurentium \{\xmixcA\im,Lond. 1573 

77 T"^. Henrici Bullingeri, per Simlerum Tiguri 1575 

7765 D. N. Jefu Chrifti ex Verbis Evangeliorum in ipfifmec 

concinnata, cum Confiderationibus Italicis & Inftruftionead Me- 

ditandum, per Barthol. Riccium, /o/iis deaurat. Roma 1639 

*"7766 Gulielmi Philandri Caftilioni, per Philibert. de la Mare 

1667 

7767 Guliemi Waynflet, corio turcico,foliis deaural. Oxon. 1602 

7768 ' Conradi Gefneri confcripta a Jofia Simlero — Tiguri 1566 

7769 Petri Puteani cUra Nicolai Rigaltii -^ Paris 1652 

7770 Magdaler.a: Montis- Acuti Icripta, per Richar. Smitheum 

Roma 1609 

7771 S. Udalrici Auguft. Vindel. Epifcopl auflore incerti No- 
minis —— /(^. 1595 

7772 Warren ad Amicum Epiftola Cantab. 1729 

7^73 Whitekindus de Horologiis interfoliata '57^» 

M m ■ 7774 Wolfii 



274 L IV RES FRANCOIS. Quart©; 

7/74 Wolfii Elementa Mathefeos Univerfas, 2 vol. cum fig. Genen). 1722 

7775 Winfemii Hiftoriarum ab exceffu Caroli V. Caefaris, If,n;<7r</. 1629 

7776 Wentfheri CoUedla Archivi & Cancellariae Jura — Argent, \'j\t 

mi Wouver de Polymathia Tradatio — ^— Baftl. afud Froberif 1603 

7778 Weflii de Fonte Sotcrio Kukuflenfi in Bohemia DilTertat. 

Lipfia 1726 

7779 Wafii Senarius five de Legibus & Licentia Vet. Poetarum 

Oxon. 1687 
77S0 Wmffbiinii Defcriptio Salamandrae -^ — — > 'Norimb. \b%-^ 

7781 VVepferi Cicut.'c Aquatics Hiiloria & Noxas — ' — Bafil. 1679 

7782 Witfii ^g\ptiaca — — — ■.. Amjl. 1696 

7783 Wagenieilius de Hydrafpide, cum fig. • Altdorf. 1690 

7784 • Tela Ignea Satanse, 2 vol. — — — «/^, 1681. 

77H5 • de Re Monetali Vet. Romanorum > /^.1723 

77S6 Willifii Pharmaceutice Rationalis -, Oatow 1674 

7787 Weidneri Pietas ex Nummis Anciquioribiisdelineata, — Jena 1694 

7788 Waferus de Antiquis Nummis Hebraiorum Tiguri 160^ 

7789 Wafiferbach de Origine Vetuft. Lippienfis agri Monumenti Her- 

mienfburgh & Hermienful Vet. Saxon- Idoli Duijlurgi 1686 

7790 Windet de Vita funtlorum Statu Lond. 1663 

7791 Wormii Danica Literatura AntiquiiUma Hafni<£ 1636 

7792 Weickmannus de Fostibus Leporinis extra Uterum Repertis 

XJlniiS 1680 

7793 Windekii Commentarius de Ele£loribus Imperii — C. Agrip. i6i6 

7794 Warzeus de Prasfulibus Lageniae, five Prqyincias Dublimenfis 

Dublin 1628' 

7795 Welwod de Dominic Maris ■ Hag^e Com. 16^^ 

7796 Wallis Commercium Epiltolicum Oxon. 1658 

7797 Zouch Juris inter Gentes Sc Qujeftionum de eodem Explicatio 

ib. 1650 

77^8 • Defcriptio Juris & Judicii Ecclefiallici fecundum Canones 

& Conftitutiones Anglicanas, interfoliata ■ ib. 1636 

yjgg . Elementa Jurifprudentiae, Ch. max. • Lond. 1636 

7800 Zabarellse Falli Romanorum ab Urbe Condica ufque ad 1673 

Patav. 1673 

7801 dc Felicitate Libri tres ■ ib. 1655' 

7802 Ziegleris de Epifcopis eorumque Juribus Frivilegiis & vivendi ra- 

tio ne " Norimb. 1686 

7803 Ziletti Indtfx Librorum omnium Juris tarn Pontificii quam Cjefarei 

Venet. 1566 

7804 Zylii Hiiloria Miraculorum B. Mariae Silva-ducenfis 

A7it'u. apud Plantin, 1632 

7805 Zimmermanni Florilegium Philologico-Hilloricum, cum fig. 

Mifnia 1687 

7806 Zyricei Liber de arcenda Sterilitate & progignendis Liberis 

Antv. 1 53 1 

Livres Francois. Quarto. 

7807 A vantures, Les, de Telemaque, par M. de Fenelon, 2 torn. 
y \ gr. Pafiey, avecfig. ■ a Paris 1730 

780S Antiqiiites Profanes & Sacrees dela Ville de Lyon, a'vec fig. relit 
en Maroquin dor ee fur la tranche a Lyon i /"30 

7809 Antiquite des Terns Retablie & dcfendue centre Icsjuifs & ics Nou- 
veaux Chronologes ■ '■■ ' -■■' « P<?m- 16^? 

-6 I o 



LI V RES FRANCOIS. Quarto. 275 

7810 Art de batir les Vaifleaux, a'vecfig. • a Paris 1687 

78^1 1 Armes (Les) de Clerge de Fran, tres proprement is' relie e7ifemble\'izz 

7812 Aubert fes Marguerites Poetiques a Lyon 1623 

7813 Arcuffa fon Fauconnerie avec les por. au nat. de tous lesQyfeaux 

a Paris 1 62 1 

7814 Armorial danslequel eft Sommairement compris tout c? qui depend 

de la Science du Blafon, a'vec les Ar7nes proprement peintes ib. i 638 

7815 Antiquite des Saints & Barbezicus a Bourdcax 155^4 

7816 An^ir- fo»! Vie de Fran. S de laNouedit BrasdeFer a Leide 1661 
78 f 7 Bergier (Nicolas) Hift. des Grands Chemins de L'Empire Remain 

* 2 Tom grand papier, wvec Jig. a Bruxelles 1728 

7818 Berruyer Hift. de Peuple de Dieu depuis fon Origine juiqu' a la 

Naiffancedu Meffie 7 Tom. ^r/3K(//ifl/i/Vr — a Paris 1728 

7819 Bclidor fon Architefture Hidr?.ulique, a'vec fig. — ib. 1737 

7820 Benn fon Defcription de IVJaufoIee & pompe Funebre fait pour Marie 

Louife de Savoye Reine d'Efpagne a Paris 17 14 

7821 Banier La Mythol. & les Fab. Expliq. par L'Hift. 3 Tom. ib. 1 73S 

7822 Bahus fon Defenfe des SS, Peres accufez de Phtor.ifme. ib. \'j\\ 

7823 Boileau fes Oeuvres avec des Ecclairciffejnens Kift. donnez par lui 

xtitm&f zTom, a'vecfig. • • a Jf/ifi. 1718 

7824 Bernier Hift. de Blois, a'vecfig. • a Paris 1682 

7825 Bourgeant Hil\. des Guerres S: des Negociations qui precederent le 

Traite de Veftphalie ib. 1727 

7826 Bible (Le Sainte} qui cont. le V. & le N. Teft. 3 Tom a Cha. 1675 

7827 BralTeur Hill. Civ. & Ecclef. du Comte d'Evreux a Paris 1722 

7828 Blondel fon Art de Jetter les Bombes, avec fig. relie en Maroquin 

doree fur la Trenche • — a Paris i6v*?3 

7829 Bail des Fermes des Entrees de Paris & Rouen — ib. 1677 

7830 Boillot fes Model. Artif. de Feu & divers Inftrumens de Guerre. 

avec fig. ■ ■ 159^ 

7831 Beuirrier Sommaire des Principaux Fondateurs &- Rcformateurs des 

Ordre': Relig. avec leurs pour, graves par Fan Loehen Paris 1635 

7832 Bry (Gillis) Hill, des Pays & Comte du Perch k Duche D'Alencon 

ib. 1620 

7833 "Le mcmc relie en Maroquin doree fur la trancJye ib. 1620 

7834 Bilain Faftum pour Madam l.H Comteffe - — '■ ib. J 663 

7835 Berquen fon Nouv. Traite des Pierres preciufes & Perles ib. 1669 

7836 Belon fes Pourtraids D Oyfeaux Animaux, Serpens, Herbes, Ar- 

bres, Hommes & d' Arabic & Egypte ib. «557 

7837 Brovaut Traicle de Teau de Vie ■ ib. 1646 

7838 Bergier Hiftoiie de Reims a Reims 1655 

7839 Great, des Chev.de I'Ordre du St. Eiprit faits par I ouis Le Graird 

ou Armor. Hift. des Chev. de I'Ordre, 2 Tom avec fi. Par. 1689 

7840 • Le Meme, avec tout les Armes tres propemois peintes ib. 1689 

784! Cy^rm its, VoyzgPi grand papier doree fur la tranche aLon. 173° 

7842 Chevreau Hiftoire du Monde, 2 Tom. ■ a Paris »686 

7843 Chaftenet Nom-elle Hilt, du Co.nciiede Conftance — ib. »718 

7844 Columby de L'Autorire acs Roys relie en maroquin dorce fur la\ 

tranche, a Paris de limp, de Rob. Steph. :62^' , 

7845 Cordemoy Nouv. Traite de tout I'Architeft. avec fig. a Par. 1714 ^ 

7846 Chevillier del'Origine de rimprimeiie de Paris — ib. '694.41 

7847 Cefars (Le?) de PEmpereur Juiien traduits de Grec puf Spanheim 
avec plus de 300 Medailles a Amfi. 1728 

M m 2 7HS Cou- 



7*54 



iy6 . LIVRES FRANCO IS, Quarto. 

7548 Conferen. de TAczd, Rorale de Peintare k de Sculpture pendant 

1' Anr.ee 1667 ■ a Paris 1669 

7549 C^Imet DiffertaL qui pcuvent fervir de Prolegomer.ei de TEcriture 

Sainte 3 Toa ■■ ib. \-zo 

/€50 Dia. Hift. Critiq. Chronol. Gcog. & Lit. de la Bible, 4 

Tool ■ — aGsnevi 1730 

735 1 CraiTet Hili. de rEglife du Japon, 2 Tom. tnc/.g. a Parit 17 1 5 
7S52 Catroui- RouLleleors Hiil. Rom. 20 Tom. — ih. 1725 
Co}-p€l fon Diicours prononce dani les Conferences de 1' Acad Roy- 
ale de Peintcxe & de Scalpt'jre • ■ a Paris 1721 

Cherrabloa fon Maniere de fe bien preparer a la Mort, av^c 59 

f.g. ■ a Afn-ers \ ~co 

,7855 Choifyfes Hift. de Philip, de Valcii & da Roi Jean a Paris 1688 

7856 Carpectiere fon Kift. de Cambray Sc da Cambrefis, 2 Tom. 

a heiie 1664 

7857 Confiitntion de K. St. Perele Pape Clement XI. en Fr. & Latin 

a Paris 1715 
- \r« ChiiHft fon Hift. de I'Ab. Roy. & de !a Ville de Tear, a Dij. 1664 

7-59 fon Lertre toiichant Beatrix Comtef. de Chalcn ib. 1656 

7 Sic Coquille Hii^. da P-.ys & Duche de Nivernois a Paris 1612 

7S61 Cartari fes laages des Dieu.x des Anciens Contenans les Idoles, 

Couftume?, ceremonies, & aaues chofes appartenans a la Religion 

des pay ens a Ljok 1641 

7S6; Coafin fon Kiiloire de Tounuy ' - a Deuaj 161 9 

7563 ColiiHuella cti cnofes Raflie. traduite per Cotereau nlie en Mars- 

t;uiK i.:ri: fur la frar.che • a Paris 1552 

7864 Comien fon Daplication de Cube — — ib. 1677 

7?6j Ccnfiant Paul fon Jardin & Cabinet Poetique aPsi3ie*-s 1609 
• 8f 5 Catalogue de toates les Raritez qui fe montreat dans la Chambre 

de I2 Ville d'L'crecbt ■ a Utrecht 1707 

7867 Co-jfiumci da Dnche & Bailliage de Tooraine — a Tours 1661 
7553 — — — da Baiilage de Senlis — — a Paris 1 664 

7569 dn Pais i: Duche de Bretagne ■ ib 1643 

7870 Cocftames du Bailliage da Melean, Imprime fur Velin a-iec les 

Lettre: Capitals ornee, a=ve: d'or iff Autres Belles coleures reiie en 

Man^uin dcree fur la tranche ■■ a Paris 1^61 

"•?7^ Du Duche deEargcr.ene • a L\on 1652 

7872 De: Duchez Bai'JagellPrev. D'Orleans k Reffbrrs d'i- 

cejx ■ a Paris 16C9 

7?73 Da Bailliagede Troves en Champagne a Trojes i6z^ 

7874 Du Bailliage de Vitry en Pertois ■ a Reims 1627 

7S7: De Duche & Bailiiage de Chartres a Paris 1604 

7876 Dj Comie & Eailliige de Au.xerre ancient Reffors Sc En- 
claves d'icelcy . ■ ■ /^.156} 

7877 ■ Du Gouvemmen: de Peronne ■ ib. 1569 

7878 De Chaalons — ^— — a Reims i6z^ 

7879 Du Doche & Bailliage de Touraine, Imprime fur Veli* 

re lie en Maroquin re^leeiS dor ce fur la tranche a Paris 1561 

7?8o Du Baiihage de St. Michel a S. Michel 162} 

7?^ I . Du ?zy\ & Duche de Bourbonoys — a Paris 1524 

7^^: ■ Du Ei:i'iigtde Bar S. Michel 162$ 

^7^-3 • — ^ Du Bailliage de Seni& anciens Reflbrts d'iceluy a <$■<»/ 1556 

7 ^"4 Da Pays & Duche de Bourgogne a Dijon 1642 

7? '3 Dj Pii; if Duche de Tourauie . . aToursi^bo 

7 886 De I 



7890 
7891 



7892 
7^? 
7»9+ 
7895 
7896 

7897 
7893 

7899 

79C0 
7901 
7902 



ue ixjaaxac, em i^tnra t mnifmi rttu em 



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Dcs Places dm EfAcBcrides des Momftmtaa CdeSes poeAes A 

Bees i7i5J(i(f]a*exi 1725 MPmriii-] 

Dopvf iMi Commpwrake far le Tnke des libertes de L 7 1 

GzOkane de Pkne Pttk», z Tom. -^ 

Da H£de fon Deicx^icioB Geo. Hit. Ohod. FoiidqaeAc Pr 1.: 
ce L'Ejuipire de k Cline& de U Tartarie CliMnife 4 Toe::. ^^ 

j%. « I* flw I - 

Damei foo Hifioire de France, 7 Tom. — m /fer,f. : - 

Hiioiiede k MBke FiaKXiife, x Too. — i^. i - 

De Pnide (oa Hiioire D^ABcma^e — — « Parzi i : 
Doadn ibo Hicoire da Neftoriaai^» — e Rzttiri. i S 
Da PkiEs ioD Hidoiiede U VlQe & des Sds&ean d£ Cc«T 

Dopoy Tzaite de la Mi^onte de bos Rob 
Dirers Voyagp dela CkmeJe Actres Rofzaae 
Defenie & TTTuBrafinn de la Langoe F;aiicoiie. 

Jmr ia tranche — — . 

DiicDon de M. de Scsbiere for Cosietes 

Da Pin Hidoire ce I2 Monaickie de SkOe 

DiTerfes Pieces lerracs de Rcfoofe an DifeoBS pabixz 

Hoilandob for cs qui Tefi pafe encre L'An^etBre & la HoU^x 




Des Noolis iba Hi&nre dcs Rob de Scile 8c de NqdesdesMar 

d'Anjoa » ■ -: m Pmris i 

Deiixurzii H^oire des Dnwrfcrr de la Coar de Ftaaoe t\z 



75=3 
79=4 

79=5 

7906 Difcotm ce la Rdigkx des aodnis RaBams, pordc 



Coar deRoae aa Sigecde lA'&iie des Qocics i- 

Deknptioo Anacoaiqae de diras Asimaoz d ifcq i m daas TA 
demie Rojd des Scieoces, «wr^E^. 



79C7 

7909 
-910 

79" 

7912 

"913 

"9» 5 

-916 

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-918 



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- « Fmris It 



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DeBiOQs .■ 

Dapoj Traite for I2. Pciniure 
I^icoois an Rot forie RetafaliflsBteiu de la BialipAeye Rojrak 

Fonrainblean, re& em M mm tfaim Jm tt fia- Im. trtmAe m Pmris \i 
Da CiiefoeHiAoiredes Rovs Decs &: OoBBtcs de Dumpigi & 

Aifcs — ^ — — a. i< 

Des Hayes fee Voyage de LeTsur. tfT.'-fr, mPAris^i 

Da Mo«1hi de la iloBarckie ces Frarccis — c Lvtm \ ; 

Declaxatiaa de l'ii^ge da Grzpboxese, pir Flllippe DxmHe 

m. P^ri: I 
Evreaood fes OeoTTcs Meilses, 3 Tom. ^. Ptfur darn ^ 
trmmde y m Lamt. r 



Eloges HtfttKiqiKs des Evriqaes & Ardiere(q«es de Pus «vifv- 

PwrtrmiA, gr. Pmfitr — m Pmris 

Ejqilkanans de Plofiers Textes diSciks de rEoiCBre d. 

EatrecieBs D*Arii{e 5: D'Eogesc ■ • ■ »>. 

Hcaens de Gsomecnede M. le 2^ de Bo t go ga e , p-. P*^ 

it. I 

7919 Ed 



_/ 



zyS LIVRES FRANCOIS. Quarto.' 

7919 Eufebe, Socrate, Sozomene & Theodoret Hiftoire de TEglife tra- 

duite, parCouiin, 4X01x1. ib. 1675 

7920 Examen de la Duplication du Cube & Quadrature du Cercle cy de-. 

vant. publiee adiverfes fois, par Dela Leu — a P^m 1630 

7921 Eftienne, Charles, lb» Agriculture SrlVIaifon Ruftique a iJow^K 1608 

7922 Entrepriie du Roy Daulphin pour le Tournoy foubz le nom des 

Chevaliers Advantuereux — a Paris de I Imp. de Morel. 1559 

7923 Exhortation aux Princes Chreftiens pour le Fait de la Paix 

ib. chex Wechel. 1558 

7924 Edi£ls & Publications des Monnoyes forgees & lefquelles ont eu 

Cours par le Pays & Prisicipaulte de Liege dez An. 1477 jufques a 
I'An. 1623, relie en Maroquin — • a Liege 1623 

7925 Effay d'un Didionaire contenant la Connoiffance du Monde 

a Amfi. 1 700 

7926 Explication Nouvelle de L'Apotheofe D'Homere Reprefentee fur 

un Marbre ancien a Jmji. 1 7 1 4 

7927 Flechier fes Panegyriques & Autres Sermons, gr. Pap. a Par. 1696 
7928——— Hiftoire du Cardinal Ximenes ib. 169J 

7929 — Hiftoire de Theodofe le Grand, doree fur la tranche ib. \ 697 

7930 Felebien Entretiens fur les Vies & fur les Ouvrages des plus excel- 

lens Peintres anciens & modernes, 2 Tom. a Paris 1685 

7931 ■ Recueil Hiftorique de la Vie & des Ouvrages des plus Ce- 

lebres Architeftes •■ a Paris \bg6 

79^2 ■ Le meme, Maroq. in doree fur la tranche —ib, 1687 

7Q33' F^rlebien fes Principes de I'Architeft. de la Sculpture, de la Pein- 

ture, & des Autres Arts qui en dependent ■ a Paris 1676 

•7954 Fleury Ion Hiftoire Ecclefiaftique, 34 Tom. — a Paris 1722 
7035 Feuillee fes Voyages fur les Cotes Orientales de PAmerique Meri- 

d'onale, & dans les Indes Occidentales, a'vec fig. aParis \-\\ 
7936 Friend Hiftoire de la Medicine depuis Galen jufqu'au XVL Sic- 

cle ■ •■ ■■ ■ = — ' ib. 1728- 

7957 Froland fes ?»4emoires concernans les Decrets dTmmeubles f.tucz 

en Norniandie, doree iy marbre fur la tranche a Paris i 722 

7938 Francois Ion Effiy des Merveilles de Nature & des plus nobles Ar- 

tifices, cvcc fig. ■ ■ a Rouen 1624 

7939 Fauchet fes Oeuvres • ■ ■ a Paris toio 

7840 Farin fon Hiftoire des Archevefquez de Rouen qui font au Cata- 
logue des Saints ■ a Rouen 1659 

7941 Freart Idee de la Perfedion de la Peinture — au Mans 1662 

7942 Fantaifcs de Mexe Sote contenant plufieurs Belles Hiftoires Morali- 

fees, en LettresGothiques a Paris i^z^ 

7943 Gariel fon Idee dela Villede Montpelier, a'vec fig. Montpel. 1665 

7944 Girard fon Traite des Armes, aijec i 56 belles Fig. a la Haye 1745 

7945 Grclotion Voyage deConftantinople, a'vec fig. doree fur la tranche 

a Paris 1689 

7946 GodeaafesEloges des Evefques — - •■ ■ ■ ib. 1695 

7947 '■'■ S^^ Tableaux de la Penitence, a'vec fig. relie en Maroquin 

doree fur tranche < ■ a Paris itSz 

7948 • Paraphrafe fur les Epiftres de St. Paul & fur les Epiftres 

Canoniques, 2 Tom. relie en Maroquin doree fur la tranche 

ib. 1650 

7949 Gerniain fon Hiftoire de L'Abbaye Royal de Notre Dame de Soif- 

fons ■ ■ • ib. 1675 

7950 Guifnee fon Application de I'Algebre a la Geomet. a Paris 1705 

7951 G!of- 



LITRES FRjATrn m 

;5j2 ^ g ""^ J'-oaudoin, 2 Tom 

f«« J!^""' '^«". ^AutresNalW /'""'<'''="- 

, /./JJi°"''"''ff™' de France, ..///.tir'^'T ■'«■ 

79«o Hofprtal T„;te An , ■ -^ • ■ ^ Tom. ^,. p^^ 

7965 . i^'jy J ,t~ . _ ^ "^ •'WiiJtaires, g ^q^ 

ChaWevo-v V t^ ^^PagnoJe ou de S n^ZiT "" ^""^'^ i ' u' 

7966 He„,es aTdr//riSr^^ , flf "-"g^r F. X,w. dt 

7968 ^'^"'-^Jjela France. , To.. __l^->>», Z>... 

"969 . __ n I' A 0''^°' '^ ^om. 

'970 -— _ ^e r fmn ^^.^o"^- «'^^r> ^ra^ue & de Phy^u^. . 



--^ ^-^" Q.i"^ P.... ,,,.,,,, -^^^ 

/ -nenry Je Grand nar Ho j a i<.e:ms i-g^ 



7973 • du DioceV^ ^ p "eretiques .^ 

'''' — ^" ^oy Hen.y7etrd':arr d ~~ 
^^,5 . P" iiardouy 

7977 Halma fo„ dS''' ''.= *f?"'e2, ; Tom 

7530 H,«oi,.e det- S- ^Lfl''"^ I^'-- O-t r"'' 0^'''"• '^^^° 
«--P- Edw. pS? •^■«'^ «-r.«, a.ec'^rH',^:' 



" ■' Hiliqjre 



28q L IV RES FRANCOIS, Quarto» 

798 1 Hiftoire de Ifaie le Trifle Fil? de Triftian de Leonnys & de la 

Royne Izcut en Leltres Gothiques a Paris fans date 

7982 Jugemens des Savans fur les Principaux Ouvragcs des Auteurs par 

AAx'icn '^TilWtt, J Tom. grand papier — — a Paris 1722 

7983 Inftitution d'un Prince ou Traite des Qualitez des Vertus & des 

Devoirs d'un Sou verain ■ aLond. 1739 

7984 Journal des Scavans depuis le Commencement jufqu'a I'An 17 18 

38 Tom. Paris 

7985 Imitation de Jefus Chrift tfaduits & Paraphrafez en vers Francois, 

par Corneille • ' a Rouen 1 656 

7986 Information concernant T Affair de Darien 

7987 La Motte fes Fables Nouvelles avec fig. gra'vespar Tardieu, Sim- 

moneau^ autres Grande papiere a Paris 17 19 

7988 La Lyre du Jeune Apollon ou la Mufe Naiffante du Petit du Beau 

chafteau ■ ■ ib. 1657 

79S9 Liger fon Nouvelle Maifon Ruftique • ~ a Am ft' 1701 

7990 Lequien Hiftoire Generale de Portugal par Lequien, 2 Tom. 

a Paris 1 700 

7991 Lemery fon Pharmacopee Univerfelle a la Haye 1729 

7992 Traite Univerfel des Drogues Simples, avec jig. 

a Amft. 1716 

7993 Lamy Introduftion a I'Ecriture Sainte — — a Lyon 1709 

7994 Lobo fon Relation Hiftorique d'Abiffinie, avecfig. a Paris 1728 

7995 Le Bruyn fon Voyage au Levant, 5 Tom. pleins des fig. ib. 1725 

7996 La Rogue fon Traite de la Nobleffe de fes Differen. Efpeces ib. 1 678 

7997 Lenfant Hiftoire du Concile de Conftance, 2 Tom. a Amfi. 17 14 

7998 Lamberty fes Memoires pour Servir a rHiftoireduXVIlI Siecle, 

10 Tom. < a la Haye 1724 

7999 Le Clerc fon Traite d'Architedure, avecfig. a Paris 1714 

8000 L'lncredulite & Mefcreance du Sortilege plainement Convaincue, 

par De Lancre ■ a Paris ibzz 

8001 La France Guerriere par Jean Dovet, relie en maroquin doree la 

tranche ■ ■ • ■ — — a Paris 1643 

8002 Le Comte fon Relation des Indes Orientales ib. 1643 

8003 Le Loyer fes Difcours de Speflres — — ib. i6o8 

8004 Le Gouz fes Voyages & Obfervations ' ib. 1653 

8005 Le Negoce d'Amfterdam ou Traite de fa Banque par le Moine 

a Amjl. 1710 

8006 Lavardin fon Hiftoire de Georges Caftriot Surnomme Scanderbeg 

a Paris 1 62 r 

8007 Le Clerc Hiftoire de la Medicine • • a Amft. 1702 

8008 Le Labirynthde Fortune en letlre; Gothiques — ■ a Paris 1522 

8009 Le Chambre fon Difcours fur les Priiic. de la Chiromance ih. 1653 

8010 La Cour Bergere ou TArcadie de P. Sidney — — ib. 1640 
Son La Loy Salic, en Lettres Gothiques • • ib.fans date 

8012 Leon foil Portraitt du Temple Salomon ■ a Amft. 1643 

8013 Lurbe fon Chronique Bourdeloife a Bourdeaux 1594 

8014 -LJore du Roy Modus Sc la Royne Rscio qui parle du deduit de la 

Chafteatoutes Beftes Sauv2gesf« Lettres Gothiques, avec fig. relie 
en Maroquin doree fur la tranche — — a Paris Jans date 

8015 Menage fon Critique du Livre de Baillet intitule Jugemens des 

Saxans gr. papier - — i • '73° 

8016 '■■ ■ Origines de la Langue Francoife 'b. 1730 

8017 Mezeray 



LIVRES FRANCOIS. Quarto. 281 

lo 1 7 Mezeray fon Abrege Chronologique de I'Hiftoire de France, 4 
Tom aijec Jig. il ya dam cet rare tff chere Edition des CorreSiions 
y des Changemens en plus de 400 endroits, que rte font point dans 
la premiere Edition in ^to ni dans celU de Hollande a Par, 1 668 

?oi8 Le ir,€me, avec des Notes MSS. & fig. 3 Tom ih. «668 

E019 Marfolier Hift. de Henry de la Tour d'Auvergne Due de Bouillon 

ib. 1719 

8020 Memoires de TAcademie Royale des Sciences contenant Les Ouv- 
rages adoptez par cette Academic avant Renouvellement en 1669 
avec Jig. ■ ■ ■ • a la Haye 173 1 

$oz\ • de feuM. le Due de Guife a Par. 1668 

8022 ■ do Mathematique & de Phyfique tirez des Rcgiflresde I'A* 

cademie Royale des Sciences, avec fig. a Paris. -ie Vimp. Roy. i6gi 

8023 ■ de M. Roger de Rabutin Comte de Bj /, 2 Tom ib. i6g6 

8024 Mauriccau fon Tiaite des Maladies des F<r nes Groffes, 2 Tom 

avec ^g. —/ . — ib. 1721 

S025 Manier de bien penfer dans les OuvrSges a'Efprit — ib. 16S7 

8026 Manouchi Hiftoire General de I'Empiredu Mogul ib. 1715 

8027 Mabillon fes Ouvrages Pofthumes, 3 Tom — — ib. 1724 

8028 Maferier Defcription de I'Eypte, avec Jig. a Paris 1735 
S029 Meneftrier fon Traite des Tournois Jouftes Carrouiels & autres 

Speftacles publics, avec fig. • a Lyon «699 

8030 Memoires de Philippe de Mournay, avec fa Vie & la Reponfe au 

TEvefque d'Evreux, 6 Tom Sawnur 1624 

8031 Monet fon Origine & Pratique des Armoiries a la Gaulloife r^/z> 

en Maroquin - • a Lyon 1 63 1 

8032 Medailles Jlluflrees des Anciens Emp. & Imp. de Rome a Dij. 1 642 

8033 Morin fon Hiftoire Generale des Pays de Gaftinois relie en Maro- 

quin, doree fur la tranche ■ a Paris 1630 

S034 Moreau fon difcours du Chocolate • ib. 1643 

8035 Memoire du Procez Extraordinaire contre la Dame de Brinvilliers 

prifonniere en la Conciergerie du Palais accufee 

8036 Memoires fur la Vie & la Mort de Loyfe Juliane Eleftrice Pala- 

tine ■ ■ a Leyden 1645 

8037 Nouv. Relat. oc la Chine, par Gab. de Maguillans a Paris 1688 

8038 Nicolaij. fes Navigations & Voyages faifts en la Turquie avec fig. 

a Aiivers i 586 

8039 Orleans fon Hift. des Rev. d'Efpagne 3 Tomgr.pap. af.ond. 1734 

8040 Hift. de Rev. d'Angleterre, 3 Tom a Paris 1693 

S041 Obfervatioas fur des Monuments d'Antiqoite trouves dans TEglile 

Cathedrale de Paris, avec fg. _ __ _ H, x-jw 

8042 " de I'Academie Erancoife fur les Remarques de M. de 

Vaugelas ib. \ 704 

8043 Ollat Cardinal fes Lettres, 2 Tom. ih. 1698 

8044 Ozanam fon Diftionaire Mathematique, avec fig. ib. i6gi 

8045 Traice des Lignes du Premier Genre, avec fig. ib. 1687 

8046 Obfervations Phyfiques & Maihematiques pour Servir a i'Hiftoire 

naturelle a Paris de Vhr.p. Royale 1692 

8047 Ordonnance de Louis XIV. touchant la Marine ib. 1681 

8048 de Louis XIV pour les Armees Navales & Arfcnaux 

de Marine • ' ■ ib. 1689 

8049 Origene contre Celfe tiaduit du Grec par Bcuherhau a Am/}. 1 700 

8050 Oifel fes Mem. de Pays kc de Beauvais & Beauvaifis a Paris 1617 
8c^i Opuiculle-' du traver, des V'oyes PerilleuTes /3 ii;/. Co/>6. ib. 1526 
8c ^2 Ordre de irois Ellats conv. en la Vilie de Tours en Let. Goth. Par. 

N n So ^3 Pufen- 



^82 • L IF RES FRANCOIS. Quarto. 

8053 Puffendorf fon Droit del a Nature desGens, 2 Tom a Jmft. 1712 

8054 Lc Meme, granJ papier, 2 Vol. ■ ih. 171 2 

80 J ; P..tru fes Oeuvres Diverfes a Paris 1714 

8056 Perrauk fes Oeuvres Diverfes de Phyfique & de Mechanique z. Tcm 

aufcjig. - ■ • a Leide 1 72 1 

8057 ■ fon Recueil de Plufieurs Machines de Nouvelle Invention 

a Paris 1700 

8058 Pancgyrique de M Lc Comte de Servien, avec Jig. peinte relie en 

Maroqtiiv. doree — • ■ • a Paris 1653 

8059 Preftet fes Nouveaux Elemens des Mathematiques i/;. 1694 

8060 Palais (Le) de L'Honneur reUe en Maroq. dor. furletran.ib. 1 663 
8o5i Privileges des Foircade Lyon relie en Maroquin doree fnr la tranche 

a Lyon 1649 

8062 Pouvillie General contenant les Benefices de L'Archevefche du 

Rheims — — a Paris 1648 

8063 ■ contenant ks Benefic. de L'Archev. de Lyon ib. 164S 

8064 contenant les Benefic. Appur. a la Nomin. du Roy ib. 1648 

8065 • contenant les Benefic. de L'Archev. de Tours ib. 1648 

8066 ——— contenant les Benefic. de L'Archev. de Paris ib. 1648 

8067 Plan du Traite Hid. & Chron. des Monoyes Romaines ib. 1 708 

8068 Patin fon Traite des Tourbes Combuftibles — - ib. 1663 

8069 Parfait, Le, Capitaine ■ ib. 1643 

8070 Poftel de Repub. des Turcs, relie en Mar. dor. fur la tran.PoiSliers 
2oy I Palfyn Defcription Anatomique des Parties de la Femme qui fervent 

a la Generation, avecjig. • ■ ■ a Leide 1708 

8072 Palladio fon traite des cinq Ordres D'Architcc. a'vecfi. a Amji. 1682 

8073 Rcgnier fes Satyres & autres Oeuvres, avecdesRemarques, grand 

papier ' ■ a Lend. 1729 

8074 Rapin fon Hiftoire d'Angleterre, 12 Tom a la Haye 1724 

8075 • Le tneme, grand papier, 10 Tom - ■-— ■■ ib. 1724 

8076 • Le meme abrege, 3 Tom. ■ ■■ • ■■ ib. 1730 

8077 Rapin fes Oeuvres ~ -» . • ' • ■ — a Paris 1684 

8078 Ricaut fon Hift. de TEmp. Ottom. traduit par Briot ib. 1670 

8079 'RouUiard fes Gymnopodes ou de la Nudite des Pieds ib. 1624 
8c8o Rainflart fon Diliertat.fur Douze Medaiiles des jeux Seculaires de 

I'Emp. Domxtien relie en Marofuindoree/ur la tranche a Verf. 1684 

8081 Raquenet fon Hiftoire d'Oliver Cromwel a Par. i6gf 

8082 Rcdumer fes Memoires pour Servir a I'Hift. des Infecls, 2 Tom 

wvcc gr. nombre des jig. granges par Simmoncta et autres belles gra- 
•veurs ' a Par. de t Imp Roy. 1734 

8083 Recueil de Differ. Antiq. fur des endroits difficiles de I'Ecriture 

Sainte ■ a Par. 1715 

8084 ■ ' des Traites concer. le BulIeUnigenitusr^//Vf///^»2^/f ib. 1664 

8085 des Tratez de Paix, 6 Tom. < ib. 1693 

8086 des Traitez de Paix & Com. relie en velin doree fur la tranche 

8087 — — desDecIarat. Arrefts Statuts Ordonan. & Reglemcns concern. 

PEllablif. d'une Compagnic, pour le Coi.imerce des IndesOrien- 
tales — . . a Par. 1716 

8088 • des Oraifons funebres relie enfemble — ib. 

8089 Des Antiquitez & Privileges de la Ville de Bo urges, relie en 

Maroquin dor ei fur la tranche • ib. 1 62 1 

8090 de r Antique Tombeau de Chyndonax, a'vecfg. ib, 1623 

8091 Reflexions <ur les Deux Medaiiles d'Or Rom. qui fe trovent dans 

le Cabinet de S. A. R. Madame ib. 1720 

8092 Re- 



^ Provence !!!! '^' ^^'^^^<I"«fur i'Orfgf^ecJe, r'^' '^^o 

S096 Relation de Tor' • ^^^'"'^ue . ' « ^/^;y: ,7,2 

8097 RouJJia^d fon hT" ^f ^^''^^^ --H. '^ ^^^"^ '671 

«'^'^f ;>^/f^«rf /-.^ • 5 ^"'■^f'enne par le^ n.r j '532 

l<0' Sac, f/„ te7-/f i^ "" '" ''"^'<"« -J" A&. 

8'o8 St. Marthefon H./t S'^"^" -D'Antio^f Cl ^^f *^^ 1-30 
8;o9 f c, res Mel^oirt Trots, ^^^^^-'e GranT:: //-^^ 'f 3 
«no Savory fon Jn/irufl V ^' "^ d ''''' ' ^97 

8"3 Stat. & Ordon. de '^2 ^""^^ & ^ecan, IJT *J^^^- '7^4 

«1 14 Sturm fur Ja Lon„,v j "^ ^' ''^^'^ «^ 

8' '5 Seeuin fee 'L^^'^''^^' ^'vecfi. , 

fulsofbierlfefZr^V'f^ies^^- ^^I -^--^.17.0 

?; ;^ f^-">.^«u.^/^t!^^ Mat. Curieun :^± /ff 7 



« ^arir 1 663 



8n7 Symeonres Wuilrts'^K/"^^.'^^^^- ^at 

f-8 Stat. & Ord T 'n.?^c^''r'^^°"^ «"tiq. -- -3 

8;'9 Symeo.nfonDefoipt dei;^''^^- W^^ /"/^^' '^^8 

8120 Senauit de la P«^ • ^^ i'^mag. d'Auvpran« ^'^ ^'^ '''««• 

«'" Saints, Lb, Met^T?'' ''" '"<"=«». «"^^ """^r" "^+7 
8-^5 T,ai,.e fe D^ ° 'f-^ DeWp, ^ ^i,„ -- ^.^,>,, z,/* 

°'3o Thevenot fon Va? ^^^ ^ Univerf. efcrit C^h.) ''/«'•'■'• 1720 
g^'i' jWic. Ja^,^%7.^^" Levant, a Tom' ^^^^^ '^-56. 



fi. r^ '"-• 'a & Ja Pr-T^i. J .^ » ^* ^ om. 



'■<^. 162^ 



284 LIVRES FRANCOIS. Quarto. 

St 33 Tertre fon Hiftoire Gen. des Antilles habitees par les Francois 
•i^ Tom. avec fg. ' ib. 1657 

8134 Tavernier fes Voyages fait in Turquie en Perfe & Aux Indes, 3 

Tom. avecjig. — < ib. 1676 

8135 Son Relation de I'lnter. du Serrail du Gr. Seign. ib. 1675 

8136 Texere fon Explicat. de la Geneal. de Hen. IV. Roi de France 

ib. 1595 
1137 Trois Dial, du S. Archange Tuc. de L'Abruz. — a Tours i6i6 

8138 Thev. fes Sing. Antarc. wvecfg. reg. iff doree/ur la tranche 

a Paris I 558 

8139 Theatre dcs Cruautes des Heret. de noft. temps, avtcfig. 

ttt Anvers 1 607 

8140 Traite du Lis Symbole Diem de TEfperance, par Triftan, aveejig, 

a Farts 1656 

8141 Vertot fon Hift. des Rev. de la Rep. Romaine a laHaye \-jz^ 

8142 Hift. des Chev. de Malt. 4 Tom. a'vec Jig. a Paris 1726 

8143 — — Le meme, ^Tom. gr. Pap. a<vec Jig. ■ ■ ■ .. ib. 1726 

8144 Varignon fon Nouv. Mecan. 2 Tom. a'vec fg. — ib. 1725 
8t4c Ecclaircil. fur I'Anal. des Infin. Fetils — ■ ib. 1725 

8146 Varillas fon Pradt. des I'Educat. des Princes — ib. 1684 

8147 Verfailles Immort. par les Merveilles Parlant. de Batimens, Jardins, 

&c. 2 vol. anjec Jtg. — -■ • ib. 1720 

8148 Vigenere Defcript. du Royaum de Pologne reglee ib. r ^73 

8149 Vignier Traitfle de I'ancicn Eftatdela Pet. Brctagne, rf//>r« Ma- 

roqnin doree fur la tranche ib. 16 19 

8 1 CO Vertus, les, Roy. d'un Jeune Pr. rel en Mar, dor. fvr la tranche 

ib. 1647 

8151 Vaugelas Rem. Nouv. fur la Langue Franc. ■ ib. 167^ 

8152 Vers Solit. & Autres de Diverfes Efpeces dont il eft Traite dans la. 

Livre de la Genera,t. des Vers, ccuec Jig. ~ ■ ■ ib. 171 8 

8153 Voiture fes Oeuvres ■ ib. 1656 

8154 Vallad. fon Aug. Bafil.de lAb. Roy.de St. ArnowdeMets/^. 161 5 
8f 55 Vigner fon Hilt, de la Maif. de Luxemb. relie en Maroq. dortefur 

la tranche »■■ ■ - a Paris 1 6 1 9 

^156 Voyage de la France Equinoxiale en L'Ifle de layenneEntrep. par 

les Franc, en IMnnee 1652 ■ a Paris \bb\ 

^'57 Vignole fonArchiteft. avcc les Comment, de Daviler, 2 Tom. 

avecjig. ib. 17 10 

8158 Vaillant fon Difc. fur la Sruft. dcs Fleurs, Fr. & Lat. i. Bat. 1718 

5159 VattierHift- Mahom. ou les Quar. neufChal. du Macine F^zr. 1657 

5 1 60 Voyage de Laidl 0» le Chemin des Heros au Pal .dela Gloire, avee 

fg. relie en Maroquin doree i^ doree Jur la tranche en A-vign. 1623 

8161 Ufage des Pays de Breffe, Bugey» Valromey, & Ger, leurs Statuti 

Stil& Edits ^ a Maftan \66^ 

8162 Villeg. Traia. de h Guerre de Make a P/^r. chez C. Ejleinne 1553 

8163 Viedu C;ird. AmboKe par le Gend.^r. P/^;). — a Amft. x-jzS 

8,f,^_ Du Due d'Efpemon, parGirard a Paris 1730 

816^ De Henry dernier Due de Montmorency, relie en Mar. 

reglee l^ doree fttr la tranche ib. 1645 

J 1 66 — — De S. Norbert Arch, de Mag. rel. en Mar. dor. a Lux. 1704 

8167 « ' De Jeiu Crilt, en Lettres Gothiques — a Paris 1526 

8168 V/icqucfort Ambafladeur & (ti Fondtions a Cologne 1690 

«169 Xiphilini ZQUtifQ & Zoffime leur liill. Rom. trad, par Coufin 

a Paris \6y9 

llBRl- 



[285] 
LIBRT irJLICI (S HISFJNICI. Qwarto. 

8170 ^ 1"^ Eforo Britannico overo il Mufeo Nummarlo ove fi conteng» 

J^ le Medaglie, Gr. e Lat. in ogni Metallo e forma dilineate 
e defcritte da N. F. Haym, 2 vol. ■ in Lend. 17 19 

8171 . II Mcdeflimo, Cha.gr. 2 Tom. ■ ib. \JV() 

8172 Notitie de Profeflbri del difegno da Cimabue in qua opera de Bal- 

dinucci ■ . ' in Firenze 1728 

8173 La Coltiv. di Luigi Alaman. e le Api diGi.Ruccellaii» Pad. 17 18 

8174 Marmi Erudiii overo Lettere fopra alcune An ciche Infcrizioni Ope- 

ra del Sertorio Orfato — ' ib. 1 719 

8175 Scena d'Huom. Illuft, d'ltal. delG. Priorato, con jig. in Ven. 1639 

8176 Notizie III. intorn. a Med. Scrit. Milan, da B. Corte in Mil. 17 18 

8177 Imprefe di Divcrfi Principi, Duchi, Signori e d'Altre Perfon. & 

Huomini Letterat. & Illud. di B. Pittoni in Venet. 1568 

81 78 La Venaria Reale Palazzo di piacere e di Caccia difegnato & defc. 

del Cente Amedeo di Caflellante in Torino i6yz 

$179 Le Imprefe Illuftri con Efpofitione & Difcorfi del Jeron. Rufcelli, 
foliis deaurat. '■ — in Veneiia \^6S 

8180 Le Mafchere Scenlche e le Fig. Com. d'Antichi Romani defcritte 

da Francefco de Ficorini • in Roma ly ^6 

8181 Hift. del Regno di Napoli del Angelo di Coftan. in Napoli 17 10 

8182 lilorici delle Cofe Veneziane I quali hanno fcritto per Pubblico 

Decreto cioe Sabellico Bembo, Paruta, Morofini, Nani & Fofca- 
rini, 10 Tom. ■ in f^enezia iji9 

8183 Funerali Antichi didiverfi Popoli & Nation! defcritti da T. Porac- 

chi, con le fig. in Rome di G. Porro lineis rubris fol. deaurat 

in Venet 1574 

8184 Storia dclla Citta di Montepulciano di Spinello Benci/o/. deaur. 

in Fiorensi. 1641 
818; Imprefe Nob. & ingen. di diverfi Pren. di L. Dolce in Venet. 1533 
8186 De Fatti de Tedelchi fino al Principio della Monarchia de Fran- 

chi libri Raccolti dal Gian Jacopo Mafcou in Venetia 1731 

J187 Orlando Furiofo di Lod. Ariofto adornato di fig. di Rame da G. 

Porro ib. 1584 

7188 LeGemme Antiche fig. di M. A. Caufco dela Chaufle ib. 1700 

7189 Delle Statue di Gio. Andrea Borboni, fo^/jr. — ib. \tSi 
8 1 go Fontane Diverfe che fi vedono ncl I'AIma Citta di Roma ib. i6i8 
§191 Hiftorie Chronologiche della vera Origins di tutti gl'Ordini Equef- 

tri da Benardo Guiftiniano, fowyfj. ■■ in Venetia 1672 

8192 Hiftoria de Cremona d' Antonio Campo, con fig. in Milano 1645 

8193 Hift. della Repub. Venetadi Bat. Nani, 2 Tom in Venet. i65i 

8194 Hiftoria della Conquifta del Meffico d'Ant. de Solin in Firenze 1699 

8195 Le Belle Arti in Lega con la Poefw, per I'Accad. del Difegno cele- 

brata in Campidogiio il di 6 Maggio 1706 — in Roma 170^ 

8196 Origine & Progreflfo dell 'Academia del Diffegno de Pittori Scultorl 

& Architetti di Roma in Paw a 1604 

8r97 Le Pompofe Fefte di Vicenzi fatte nel mefe di Giugno del 1680 
8ig8 Praftica di Fabricar Scene e Machine ne Teatridi Nic. Sabbattini 

in Ravenna 1638 

8199 Poefie Tofcane del Senatore da Filicaia — in Firenze 1707 

8200 Soretti di Antonimaria Salvini • ib. 1728 

8201 Vocabolario Tc^ano dell Arte del Difegno Opera di F. Baldinucci 

ib. i72g 
8ioa Or 



L^ 



286 LIBRI irALICI ^ HISPANICL QirARTo. 

8202 Grigine c Progrefli della Stampa o fia dell' Arte Impreflbria e No- 
tlzie dell Opere Stampate dall 'Anno 1457 fino all 'Anno 1500 
per Orlandi « • in Bologna 1722 

^203 Meraorie Brefciane di Ottavio Rofli, con fig. in Bre/cia 1693 

g204 Tutte rOpere D'Archicettura & Profpettiva di Sebafti ino Serlio, 
con fig. ■ " in Venet. 1619 

8205 L'Animo Eroe Attioni Hiftoriche de Piu Famofi Antichi defcritte 
da Matteo Noris in Venet. i68g 

8,206 Congrefll Letterari di Anton. Domcnico Norcia in Firenxe 1707 

8207 La Gierufalemme Liberata di Torquato Taflb con le fig . di B. 

CaftelloycA deaur. • — • in Genoua 1 590 

8208 — — — 11 Medefimo inVinegia 1585 

8209 II Medef adorn con bellif. fig. a Ciaf. Canto in Fen. 1673 

8210 Delia Guerra di Conltant. per la Reftitut. de Gl'Jmperatori Com- 

neni fatta de Sig. Venetiani & Francefi lA'nno 1704 libri fei di 

Paolo Rannufio • in Venet. 1604 

82 n Le Difcrittoni Univerfali & Particolari del Mondo & delle Repub- 
liche di Luca di Linda — ■ ■ in Venet. 1660 

8212 Elogii de Capitani Illuftri fcritti da Lorenzo CrafTo Ve nez. 1683 

8213 I Died Libri dell Architettura di M. Vitruvio tradotti & Commen- 

tatida M. Daniel Barbaro con fig. in Venet. 1629 

8214 Statuti del Veneta ib. 1695 

8215 La Bibbia cioe i Lib. del Vech.e del N. Teft. crafl. in lingua Ital. 

da Giovanni Diodati, for. tur. fol. deaur. 1607 

8216 Della Guer. diFian. defcrit. dal Card Bentiv. lib.V'IH /'« Co/. 1632 

8217 Difcorfi di Enea Vico fopra le Medaglie de Gli Ant. in Parig, 16 19 

8218 Delle Guer. de Fian. Lib. VI di Pomp. Giuftin. confi. in An. 1609 

82 1 9 Uccelliera Overo Difcorfo della Natura e Proprieta di diverfi Uc- 

celli Opera di Gio. Petro Olina — _— _ in Roma 1622 

8220 Los Difcur. de la Relig. de los Ant. Rom. del de Choul en Leon 1 579 

8221 II Ballarino di M. Fabritio Carofo da Serm. con fig. in Venet. 1581 

8222 Ricreatione dell Occhio e della Mence nell Oflerviit. delle Chioc. 

propolla a Curiofi delle Opere della Natura dal F. Buonanni con 
fig. in Roma 168 1 

8223 Flora Overo Culturadi Fiori del P. G. Bat. Fer. con fig. ib. 1638 

8224 El Devoto Peregrino Viage de Tierra San£la Conquello per Anto- 

nio de Caftillo, con fig. • ^ en Madrid \6^6 

8225 Baccoin Tofcana ditirambo di Francefco Redi in Firenze 1691 
8236 Della Eloquen. Ital. Ragionamento di G. Yonizmni in Roma 1706 

8227 L Abecedario Pittorico dal Orlandi in Bologna »719 

8228 Hift. del Mondo difcritte dal S. Cefare Campana in Venetia 1599 

8229 II Paftor Fido Tragicom. Pail, da Guarini — in Land. 1728 

8230 Notiziede gliScrJt. Bolog. Rac. da P, Ant. Orlandi in Bolog. 1714 

8231 La Bollad'Oro de Fan. Nob. Rom, e quel, de Libert. /« 7?ow. 1732 

8232 I. Carichi Militari di Fra. Lelio Brancac. con fi. in Venetia 1620 

8233 Della Fifonomia di tutto il Corpo Humano del Batt. della Porta 

Ace. Linceo • in Roma 1673 

8234 Incendio del Monte Vefuvio di Pietro Caftelli ib. 1632 

S235 Memorie della Citta di Cingoli Raccolte dal D. Oratio Aviccenna, 

8236 Del Teatro Brittannico da Gregorio Leti. 2 Tom Lotidra 1683 

8237 Luis Dado de Dioi a Luis y Area Sam. Dado de Dios a E^lcana y 

Aria por Ant. Gomez, cor- tur. fol. deaur. — a Paris 1645 

8238 L'liioria delle Guerre Civili d'lnghilterra tra le due Cafe di Lan» 

callro e Jorc fcritta da G. F. Biondi, 3 Tom in Fiorenza 15S4 
8^39 Comment. diTrajano Boccaliai lopra Cornelio Tacito /« Co/. r677 

82.JO Dicorfi 



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LIBRI irJLICI ^ HISPANICL Quarto. 287 

8240 Dilcorfi di VincenfioBorghini, 2 Tom — in Fiorenza 1584 

8241 II Ritratto di Milanodivifo ia tre Libri Colorito da Carlo Torre, 

con fig. ______ •■ 1 in Milano 1 674 

8242 La Prima Guer. Punica di Leon, Aret. editio ant. fine loco aut anna 

8243 Statuti dell Ordine de Cavalieri di St. Sttfano foliis deaurat 

in Firenze 1561. 

8244 Hift. della Faraigl. Conti di Padoua per A Salici in Ficenza 1605 

8245 Le RimediFrancefc. Petrar.con leAnnot.diG. Muzio ifiMoJ. 1711 

8246 • II Medeffimo brev, fpoflo per L. Caftelvetro, fo/. deaurat. 

in Bafilea 1682, 

8247 II Medeffimo con TEfpof. d'Alef. Vellutello corio turcica 

fol. deaurat. — — in Venetia Aprejfo Giolito i 544 

$248 Le No2zedegli Dei Favola deljAb. Gio. Carlo Coppola Reprefent. 
in Mufica in Firenze nelle Reali Noz/e de S. G. Duchi di Tof- 
cana Ferd. II. Vit. Princip. d'Urbino, con fig. in Firenze 1637 

8249 Race, de gli Scritti Ufc. fuori in III. imp.Scrit. a mano nella Cau- 

fade! P. Paolo V. co' SIgnori Venetiani • 1557 

8250 ErcoleinTib. Felta Teat. Reprefent. in Firenze in Fiorenza 1661 

8251 Iftoria dell'Antica Cit. di Com. di G. F. ferro, con fig. 

in Ferrara T701 

8252 Hift. de Re Lufignani Public, da Hen. Giblet in Bologna 1647 

8253 Prodromo Apolog. alii Scudi Chircher. Op. G. Petrucci, con fig. 

in Amfi. 1677 

8254 Fiamella Paftorale di B. Roffi in Parig. 1584 

8255 Delia Perfetta Poefia Itaiiana Spieg.ita e Dimoflrata con varie Of- 

fervazioni da Lod. A. Muratori, 2 Tom. in Venetia 1724 

8256 Prontuario de le Med. de piu illuft. Sc famofi huomini & donne 

in Lione 1577 

8257 Trattato di Scientia d'Arme con un Dial, di Filofofia di C. Agrippa 

con fig. corio turcica foliis deaurat. • in Roma i^i^-^ 

8258 Del. Hilt. Ven. di P. Bern. L. XU.Lin.ru. fol. dei^u inVin. 1552 

8259 Delle Hift. del Monde defcritte dal S. C. Campana in Venet. 1597 

8260 II Viaggioall Indie Orient, del Pad. Vin. Maria di S. Caterina da 

Siena • ib. 1685 

8261 Mufeo di Piante Rare della Sicilia, Malta, Corfici, Italia, Pie- 

monte e Germania, can varie Offervaz. curiofe & Fig. in Rama di 
P. Boccone ■ in Vinetia 1697 

8262 II Mercuric Overo Hift. de Cor. tempi di Vit. Siri 17 Tom. 

in Genev. 1649 

8263 Le Profe di Pietro Bembo — in Napoli ly 14. 

8264 Lo Stato Ruftico di Gio. Vincenzo Imperiale — in Genoua i6i i 

8265 Aminti Favola Bofcareccia di Torquato Taflb con le Annot. d'E- 

gidio Menaoio in Parigi 16^1; 

C ■ II MedeCmo, corio turcica foliis deaurat, ib. 1654 

8266 < IlPaftor FidoTragicomcedia Paftorale di B. Guarini ib. 1656 
^Fillidi Sciro Fav. Paftorale del G. Bonarelli . ib. 1656 

8267 Li Marmi Erud. overo Letetre lopra alcune Antichc Infcrizzioni di 

Sertorio Orfato ■ in Padoua 1 669 

8268 Anfiteatro di Europa da Gio. Nicoli Doglioni in Venetia 1623 

8269 La Hiftoria d'ltalia lii F. Guicciardini — — ib 1636 

8270 Ccf.ilogia Fifonom. opera di C. G.hirardelli, con fig. inBologn. 1670 

82 7 1 II Decamerone de Boccacio in Vinegia Af'reffoGiolito 

8272 • 11 Medeffimo ■ in f'enetia \6i% 

8273 — II iMedeffimo, corio turcica, fol. deaur. 

in Fiorenza nella Stam^erie de i Guinti i q - 3 

8274. Diu 



a88 LIBRI irALICI ^ HISPANIC!. Quarto. 

8274 Difcorfi Politici diPaola Par uta - ' in Fenefia i ^g^ 

8275 Documenti d'Ainoredi Fr. Baiberino — •— in Roma 16^0 

8276 Le Gloric de gli Incogniti overo gli Huomini illuftri del Acad. 

deSignori Incog, de Venetia in Venetia 1647 

8277 Hiftoria della Inquifi. comp. gia dal P. Servita in SarwvalU 1638 
S278 Relaciones de Antonio Perez en Paris 162^ 

8279 Difcorfi d€l Don Aptomo Agoftini fopra le Medaglie & altre Anti-' 

caglie divifi in XI Dialoghi — — _ in Roma 1592 

8280 TutteleOperedi Nic. Machiavelli •■ ■ . - 1550 

8281 Hiftoria del Concilio Tridentine di Piet. S. Polano in Genev. 1660 

8282 L'Hiftoria Ecclefiattica dell» Revoluzion t)'Inghilterra raccolta da 

Girolamo Pollini ■ ■ in Roma 1 594, 

8283 Hiftoria delle Guerre Civ. di Fran, del Dav. in Venetia 1666 

8284 Lezzione di M. Ben. Varchi in Fior. per F. Giunti 1590 

8285 Opere de Galileo Gal. Linceo, 2 Tom. con ^gi in Bo/ogna i6^S 

8286 Relatione del Cardinale Bentivoglio — in Venetia 16^6 

8287 Secretario Erud. del'Abbate C. Meramici in Roma 1684 

8288 Iftoria del. Cit. di Fer. fcritta da G. BaruiFaldi in Ferara 1700 

8289 L'Hercolano Dialogo di Bene. Varchi 

in Fiorenze nella Stamp, di F. Giunti 157» 

8290 Le Imagini delle Donne Augufte intag. in iftampa di Rame con Ic 

Vite & Ifpofitioni di Enea Vico ■ inVinegia i^^j 

8291 Viagi de Ghi. Francefco Villa in Dalmat. e Lev in Torino 1668 

8292 Iftoria diM. Villani, 2 Tom. in Fior. nella Stamp, de Gitnt. 1581 

8293 Teatrodegli Uom. il. del Regno de Volf. di A. Ricchi in Rom. 1 72 1 
^294 Hift. Fioren. di M. Piero Bounin. cor. tur.fol. deaur. in Fior. 1580 
S295 Ift. dello Stato d'Urbino da Vincen. M. Cimarelli enBref. 1642 
8296 Difcorfi del Filipo Cauriana fopra i primi cinque Libri di C. Taci- 

to — — inFior. per F.Guinti i^()y 

B297 Hiftoria di Sicilia di Tomafo Fazello — — in Venetia 1574 

8298 Copia delle Parole da G. Marincllo /^.1562 

8299 II Newtonian ifmo per le Dame Ovvero Dialoghi fopra la Luce e i 

Colori per Algarotti ■ ■ ■ ■ inNapoli ijij 

8300 Liturgia Inglefe -— . ■■ Aug. Trinoiantum 1612 
8^01 II Ripofo di RafFacllo Borghini ■ ■ in Firenze ij'io 

8332 Memoire& Let. Card. Bentivoglio ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ inVenet. ibbS 

8333 Memoirelft. deMon. OttomannidiGiov. Sagredo Venetia «688 

8304 Hiftoria d'ltalia del Brufoni — - /^.1661 

8305 Hiftoria Venet. Icritta da G. N. Doglioni ■■ ib. 1598 

8306 Roma Antica di Famiano Nardini in Roma itb^ 

8307 Origen 4 Princip. de La Leng. Caftel. perB. Aldrete ib. 1606 

8308 La Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo tradotta di Greco in Italiano da 

M. Giero Rufcelli in Venet. i^"/^ 

8309 Dello Stato delle Republiche fecondo la mcnte di Ariftotele ecu 

Effempi mod. Gior. Otto di N. Vito de Gozzi 

in Venet. prejfo Aldo 1591 

8310 Pompe Funebri di tutte le Nationi del Mondo raccolte de Fr. Pe- 

rucci, co»^^. • ■ • inVerona \b\(i 

83 1 1 Hift. di Siena fcrit. da Or. Malgolti, fol. deaur. in Venet. 1 569 

8312 Hecatommithi diGiovan BattiftaGiraldi in Vinegia i ^6S 

8313 Le imagini con tutti I Riverft Trovati Si le Vite de gli Imperacori 

trat. dalle Medaglie Hift. de Gli Ant. d'Enca Vico Lib- Memb. eft 

$314 II Microcofmo della Pitfura di F. Scannelli da Forli/« Cefen. 1657 

$;ic II Pvedicatore di Frankefco laniffla •— - in Venetia 160^ 

^ 8316 DO- 



LIBRI irALICI ^ HISPANICL Ql- arto. 289 

8316 Difcorfo d'Ottav. Falconer! int. allaPir. di C. Celtio, co:i fig. i66i 

8317 Hirt. della Guer. fra Turc. & Perf. di G.T. Minadoi in Vcn. 1594 

8318 Trat. dellmbrig. Atteg.&Fer. Caval.di C. Fiafchi, con fig. ib. 1614 

8319 Confeffionale di Antonino, corio turcica deaurat. in Bonotiia 1472 

8320 La Galleria de Ritratti Morali di Vicen. Pafq. in Vemt. 1671 
832! Ideadel Tempio della Pittura di G. P. Lomazzo in Mi/ano i^go 

8322 Trattato dell'Arte della Pittura, Scoltura, & Architettura di Lo- 

mazzo - ■ ' ■ ■ ■ ii. 1585 

8323 Hift. del fuo Tempo di P. Giovio, 2 Tom. in Fior. 1551 

8324 Theatre Univerfale de Prencipi & di tutte I'Hiltorie del Mondo di 

G. Nic. Doglione, 2 Tom. i» Venetia i6o6 

8325 Rime di Celio Nagno & Orfato Guftiniano ib. i6oo 

8326 Hift. della Citta e Regno di Nap. di G. Ant. Summonte 4 Tom, 

in TSapdi 1675 

8327 Opufculi del S. Sdpione Aramirato, 2 Tom. ^- inFiar. 1640 
8338 Hiltoria Univerfale dellOrigine Guerre c^- Imperio de Turchi rac- 

coha da F. Sanfovino ■ — ■ ~ iit Venetia \6^^ 

8329 Ragionamenti del Gio. Vafari in Fir£n?ce i:,^^ 

8330 Memorie III. della Cit. di Pifa raccolte deP. Tronci in Li-vo. 16S2 

8331 Copia di Una Lettera del B. Spina nella quale fi defcrive il Fatto 

d'Arme di Cerefola inPiemonte Segutio alii XiVd'Aprile I'Anno 
\t^Wfol.deaur. -^ in Milano 1544 

8332 LeTransformat. deM. Lod, DolceTratte da Ovidio /« /Vz/f/. 1-68 

8333 Del Governo de i Regni & delle Republiche cofi anticbe come 

Moderne lib. XVTII di Fr. Sanfovino ib. 1561 

8334 Elogi Hift. de Brefciani illuftri Teat. diOttavioRofli inBrgf. i5zo 

8335 Della Mifura dell 'Acque Correnti per B. Mon. Caffin. in Rom. 1 628 

8336 DcU 'Antico Ginnafio Napolitano Opera Pofthuma di P. Lafena 

in Napoli 16S8 
8'537 De Difcorfi del Gabriel Fiamma fopra I'EpiftoIe c Vanpeii di tutt(x 

I'anno • ^— inVenet. 1574 

8338 Opere di Giovanni della Cafa, 2 Tom in Firettt&e 170^ 

rScclta di Poefic nell incend'io dell Vefuvio facta Si dal S. Urbano 

8339< Giorgi • — in Rona 1632 

CRinie Amorofedel Conte Pomponio Torelii in Pavfua 157:; 

8340 Hift. Ecclef. del Scifma del Reyno dc Inglaterra compiiella per Pe- 

dro Ribadeneira en Madrid 1 674 

•8340 Delia Genealogia de gli Dei di Giovanni Boccacio ?« Ventt. iGzy 

8341 II Torentio Laiino Comentato in Lingua Tofcano a ridotce a la 

fua vera Latinita di Giov. Fabn'ni -^ — in Vinegia i^jS 

g , 5* Epiftole '^i Phaiari traducle di Grxco in Latino d'Aretino 1 47 1 

^^~ ^Bapt. de Albertis Opus prtcclarum in Amoris Remedio 1471 

8343 I Mandi del Doni, con fig. ■ ■ in P'ineg. 1553 

8344 Delia Lingua Tofcana di B. Buommattei, libri due in F:rei}%e 17 14 

8345 Ricratti de S. Princ. d'Elle ridottiin Som. da Ant. Car. in Fer. 1641 

8346 Del Bever freddo lib. uno, con Problemi intorno alia fteft^ mate- 

ria di Aicilandro Peccana *- in Verona 1627 

8347 Gr Annali overo le Vite de Principi & Signorj della Cafa Othoma- 

na di Fr. Sanlovino Unci's rubrisffol.dcaur, in Fenet. 1571 

8348 Venetia Citta Nob. & Singolare delcrit. in .xiv libri ib. 1 581 

8349 Storia del Regno di Portogallo del J. Conelb.ggio in Firenz^ 1642 

8350 Hiftoria de Gl'Imperatori Greci defcritta da Niceta tradotte en 

Lod. Dolce . in Femt. Jpptifi'o GioHto j 569 

8351 Ragione di Adoprar ficursnr.ente I'Arme fi da Oilefa come da DI- 

fela di Giacomi di Gr;.fli «-— . ib. 1570 

O o lyji Mcr. 



■2^0 LlBRIIf ALICIA HISPANICL Quarto-. 

8352 Mercurius Trimegiftus fire dc triplici Eloqucntia facra Efpanola 

Romana — — 1621 

8553 Delle Rivol. diCat. libri due def. da Luca Affarino in Dolog, 1645 
S354 Mufco o Galeria del Manfredo Settsia — . inJortona 1666 

8355 L'Hirt. di MilanoVolgarmente Scritta da Bernad .Corio in Fen.i 565 

8356 Gli ArroBzii overo de Marimi Anf. delCo. Giac. Zabar. Pa</. 1665 

8357 Le Imagini de i Dei de Gli Antichi da V. Cartari in Venet. \ 587 

8358 Applaufi Feftivi fatti in Roma per I'Elezzione di Ferdinand© III al 

Regno de Romani defcritti da Luigi Manzini in Roma 1637 
1359 Diftamen Spiritual porFrancifco Duran ■ tnValtn. 1613 

S360 Le Reali Grandezze deU'Efcurialc di Spagna compilate & defcritte 

del P. Slario Mazzolari «—_>_—_ in Bologna 164S 

8361 Difp. in Mat. d'Archit. & Perfpet. di M. Baffi, confi, in Bref. x^-jz 

8362 Dell Ultima Difcordie e Guerre Civili de Genovefi, tn MS. 
5363 Tre Libri di G. Bat. Sufio della Ingiuftitia del Duello in Vinegia 

Apprtjfo • ■ '■■ • • ■•' ■ Giolito 1555 

8364 Hiltoria d' Italia dip. Giov. Capriata, 5 Tom inGenoua 1638 

8365 Comedia del Divino Poeta Dante con la dotta & leggiadra (pofi- 

tione di Chriftoph, Landino in Vinegia Jpprejfo Giolito 1536 

8366 Jl Medefimo con TExpofit. di B. Damello in Venet. 1568 

8367 Orlando Innamoratacompoftoper Nicolodelli Agoltini /«fV». 1544 

8368 Libro Hiflcrico Politico Solo Madrid es Corte y el Cortefano en 

Madrid per Alonfo Nunez de Caftro ■ en Madrid xhn z^ 

8369 Converijooe di Saniila Maria Maddalena Ridotta in Tragedia da 

Riccardo Riccardi in Firenxe AppreJJo i Giunti 1609 

S370 Cir.ilie fatce alliebrei di Firenze nella Chicfa di Sanfta Crocedel 

M. Vitale Medici •■ ■ ■ - inFircnxe 1585 

837 1 liloria dc Los Xarifcs compuefta por Diego dc Torres en Sev. 1 586 

8 y;2 Trattoto della Pitta^a e Scultura ufo, & abufo loro in Fioren. 1 652 

,#3/3 La Coiijura del Coi;te Gio. Luigi de Ficfchi delcritta da AgolUno 

^ Mal'eardi ■- ■■ ■■■> in Anver/a 1629 

8374 Hifl. de Princip. di EAe di Gio Battifta Pigna in Vinegia 1572 
S3 75 Cronologia Sacra de Vefcovi e Arcivcfcovi de Firenze compofta 

da Luca Giufeppe Cerrachini in Firenze 1716 

8376 Hill. d'Ugo Princ, della Tofc. diD. Placido Puccinelli in Ven. 1643 

8377 La S'.oria di Raugia fcritta da Serafino Razzi in Lucca 159.5 

8375 Dell Hilloria Vcnetiana di M. Ant. Sabbellico 1. xxxiii in Ven. 1668 

8379 NovelledclBandello, 3 Tom in Land. 1749 

8380 J Marmidel Doni, fo/;^^^. • in Vinegia 1552 

8381 Li Scrit. della Lig, c p.-nicolarmente della Maritima diR. Soprani 

in Geneva 1667 
•8382 Hift. diBatt. Pl.itina delle Vitc de i Sorami Pont. Venef. 1592 
8^83 Proverbi Vulg.-jri da C.irlo Merbury 

8384 Difcorfo dell Originc forma, Icggi ed ufo dell Ufficio dcll Inqui- 

fitione nella Citca e Dominio di Venetia del P. Paolo 1638 

83S5 Comp delle Chron. della Cit. di Como da F. Bellarini in Com. 1619 

8386 La Retorica di Birtolomco Cavalcanti • — in Ptfaro \i^b^ 

8387 S.andoral de Lcs Dos Santiffimos Patriarcas y Hermanos nueltros 

Padres Santo Domingo por Juan de Mata en Granada 1635 

8ji88 Opera di Bartolomea Scappi Cuoco Secreto di Papa Pio V. confrg. 

bell ijjime color at. in Venet. I 5 70 

8J89 Prediche di Frate Hicronymo di Ferrara fopra Ezechiel, cor. tar. 

in Bologna 1515 

8390 Letterc del Sciplone Tolomei ■ in Perugia 1617 

8391 Letterc Faimgijari ci Lu^gi Grota Cicco d'Adria in Venetia 1606 

8: 02 Cento 



LIBRI If ALICIA HISPANICL Quarto. 291 

8392 Cento Giuochi LiberaliA: d'Ingegno daM. Inno. Ringhicrf ritrov. 

& in dieci Libri difcrltti > — in Bologn, 1551 

8 393 Novclas Exemplares dc Miguel Cervantes — en St'villa 1 664 
Rj94 Lithologia de Jof- Vicente del Olmo — en Valencia 1653 

8395 Reg'la dp la Inf. Harm, de la St. Car D. Senor J, Chri. en Seville 

8396 Compend. de las Hill, delos Defcubrimientos, Conqueftas y Guerras 

dc la Ind. Orient, per J. Martinez de la Puente en Mad. i68i 

8397 Rofario della Glor. Vergine Op. da Luigi di Gran, con Jig. 1578 

8398 Le Navig. & Viag. nel. tur. di N. Nicolai, con fig. in An'v. 1579 

8399 Hill, dc Alex. Magno, cor. tur. deaur. Edit. ant. fine An, aut to(<f 

8400 Deir Arte Mil. Lib. cinque di Gi. Ci.ta.nto cgn fig. in Brefcia 1584 

8401 Dial, del Foffo di Lucca e del Serchio foprala Maniera Moderna di 

Scriv, e di Pronunziare nella Ling. To(c. ■ -■ in Lucca 1 7 10 

8402 De Difcor. di Gucrradel Bernard. Rocca Lib Quat in Vtn. 158? 

8403 Defcrit. di tutta Italia di LeandroAIberti — ib. !j6i 

8404 IlCorelio del Co. GiacomoZabarella ■ in Padouair^6i^ 
.8405 Piratas de la America y Luz a la Defenfa de las coftas de Ind. Oc-^ 

cidentales por A. Freyre, con fig. • enCo/. Agrip. i69i 

8406 Obras en Profa de Juan de Zavaleta • — en Mad. 167^ 

8407 L'Antica Syracufa iliull di D. Gi.Bouanni — <- in Me/. 1624 

8408 Rift, delle Hill. Gen. di P. Inter cor. tur. fol. deaur. in Luc. 1 55 1 

8409 Eflcq. fatte all illuft. Sig. Conte Lucretio Gambara nella Chiefa di 

S. Ant. di Brefcia - - — — in Brefcia i6oz 

8410 Refrancs O Prov. en P.omancepor H. Nunez 1621 

8411 Breve Comp. dc Gli Piu illuft. Pad. nella Sant. della Vita ch'hs 

prodotto la Prov. del Regno di Napoli delOrd. dePredic. perT. 
Valle in Napoli 11^6^ 

8412 De Poeti Siciliani Lib. primi di Gi. Vintimiglia — ib. 1663 
g y Dif. di Pi. Pa. Mag. fopra il Mod. di Sang, cen fig. in Rom. 1614 

^ ^ "iDif. di A. Lamoiiitorno alia Scolt. Sc Pit. — in Cremona 1584 
S414 Tratado de la Epidemia Peitilenteque padccio la Ciudad de Mala- 
ga el anode 1678 y 79 por B. Salgado in Malaga 1679 

84 1 5 Crifol de la Efpanol Lealtad, per Tho. de Infanteria — 1707 
CIl Giud. di Par. fsv. del M. A. Buonarroti, con fig, in Fir. i6o5 

8416 -j Decriz. delle Fclle f^itte nelle Reali Nozzc de S. Prin. di Tofc. 
C D. Cofimode Med.e M. Maddal.Archid. Auftria ii>. 160S 

8417 Difc, inter, allecofe del, Guer. con una Orat del. Fac in Fen 1557 

8418 Proclamacion Catolica a la Mageft Pi-ido/a de Felipe el Grande 

LosConfel. y Confi. de Cient. dela Ciud de Barcelona 1640 

8419 IlScgretario Dialogodi Bact Guarini in Fenet. i ^g.^. 

8420 Efpidvcion de kjs C.:taiuncs y Aragoiiefes contra Turcos y Gyiccos 

per Fran, de Moncad 1 — r- ~ en Barcelona i6z^ 

8421 Defcritiione del Regno dj N.ipclIdi'Scip. Mnz?.cjla ;« Napoli i$86 
S422 Dialet. di G. Trapczontio con le Intprp. del Nepm. &delLatome 

in f^enetia 1567 

8423 Lettere Familiari del Annibal Caro • in Fenetia 1610 

8424 Relicariode Jerufnlem en Cadiz 1682 

8425 Annotationi^f Difcorfi fopra Alcuni Luoghi del Decameron di Gi. 

Boccacci — i^ Fiortn^ia nella Stan:peria de i Giunti 1574 

84-'6 Teatro del Scipione MafFei — in Verena \'Jio 

8427 Manual del CavalcroChrilliano • — en Sevil/a i ^ 17 

842S Comp. de Sal. di N, de Aufimo imp. per G. de P. Ire'vifano 1479 

8429 DeISuon.de Trem. Armor., c del Udico trattati del Dan. Bartoli 

in Bologna 16^3 

8430 Difc, de la Nob. de Eff, por B, Moreno de Varg tti Madrid \tz> 

2 8431 La 



icfi TJRRI irjLICI^ mSPANICI. Quarto: 

8431 LaHilloria di Crema raccoltaper Alemanio Fino in Venet. 1566 
843 z Confideranone fopra !e Cenfure della Santita di Papa Paulo V. con- 
tra la Repub. di V'eiietia " ■ ■' — — in Fettetia \fy:)6 
8433 Dt-Ua Guerra fattn da Fran. Lib. Otto di M. MtrtWo in Gen. 1707 
B434 Gli Artificiofi e Curioli Moti Spiritali de Herone tradotti da Gio. 
Batt. Alcotti ■ . . ■ in Bologna 1647 

8435 Raccolta di Scriture Seguite nelli Prefenti Moti d'ltalia 

8436 Hilloria della Donzelia Tbeodor — en Caragoca \ ^-t^o 

6437 Ift. de Suoi Tempi di Gio. Bat. Adriani Lib. XXIL in Venet. 1587 

6438 Breve Dsfcrittione del P.egno di Napoli raCcolta e data in luce da 

OtavioBeltrano ■ ■ — - •• • in Napoli \6\a^ 

S439 Delle Hift. Brefcinne diHeliaCaur. Lib. XIL in Brejcia 1585 

' 8440 Antiguedades y Excellencias de Cordova — en Cordova 1627 

8441 Hilloria de las Antiguedades de la Ciudad de Salamanca por Gon- 

calezde .Avila • en Salamanca 1606 

S442 La Piazza Univerfalcdi tutte le Prof, del Mond. poHa in lucdaT. 

Garzoni ■ ■ • '■ — •— • ■ in Fenetia 1601 

8443 Advert. alallift.delPad. J. Mariana deJa Co. dejef. enMad. 1613 

8444 Incomincia reprefent. di Abraam &:di Yfaac 

844:; Gurman de Alfarache por Mateo Aleman e» Madrid 1661 

6446 Hill, di Conlbntinopoli defcritta da N. Gregora trad, da L. Dolce 

in Finitia JpreJfoGiolilo 1569 
8^47 Hid. Part, dc la Perf. de Ing. Rcc. per D. de Yepcs en Mad. 1 599 
gj J.8 Notizie Lettcrarie ed Ifloriche intor. agli Uomini illuftri del Acad. 

Fiorcntina • •■■ in Firenze \'-oo 

8449 Compendi Hiftorici del Sig. Alfonfo Lofchi in Bologna 1655 

S450 II Pr.ilcr Fido Tragicom. Paftor. da B. Guarini in Fenetia i6cz 

8451 Ocios del Ccr.dc ilebolledo ' in Amberes 1660 

8452 Ritrato Politico de Don Alfonfo VIIL — — en Falencia i6yg 

8453 De la Piro tecti. Lib. X comp. per V. Riring. roK^^ , in Fen. 1540 

8454 Relacion del Auto Gen. dela Fee que fe Cclebro en Mad. el dia 30 

funio de t6So, con fig. • • en Madrid i6Sg 

845^ Rag. d'Alc. Cofe Seg. nel. Canz. d'Annib. Czr o, Jine loco aut An. 
8456 Sentencias que hafta neuftros tiempos para edificacion de buenos 

coftumbres eftan por diverfo^; Autoresefcritas •' • ■ '554 

8a:7 II Cavallero determinado traduzido de lengua Francefa en Callel- 

lana por H de .Acuna ■ — en Anvers i^qi 

8458 Le Richezze della Ling. Volg. fop. il Boc. di F. Alunn /;; Fin. 1557 

8459 Hilloria ampliata dc Tivoli icritta dal F. Martii in Roma 1665 

8460 Difcorfi Moraliintornoall Venutadel Meffia, cerio turcica deaur. 
fol. dcnur. . ■ in Ferrara 1664 

8461 Hili. Univerf. del Orig. & Imp. de Turc. da Sanfov. in Fin. 1582 

8462 Las Roman, del M.Trq. de Mantua, en Let. Goth, fans place ou date 

8463 LaCrud. Guer* Sc leter. Scharamuzze fate dadoigran Pot. con fig. 

fan! Place ou Date 

8464 Romance del Conte Dirlos y de las grandes Venturas que buevo/» 

Lettres Gothii^ues, fans Place ou Date 
8 y65 Del P.irto della Vcrgine del Sanazafo Libri tre tradotti in verfiTof- 
C:uii da Ciio. Giolito ■ -i in Fenetia 15S18 

8466 B!*eve Relacion dc la Prefente Perfecut. de Irlanda en Sevil. 1619 

8467 LTn Rom. del Con, Alarco? hecho por P. At 7j\^r\. fans place ou date 

8468 Ghille? Agora iiuev. hechos, en Let. Goth. lan> place ou date 

8469 l)ifi>. de(r. de Saravia en Lettres Goth. Jam Place ou Date 

8470 Coptasdc I'ullis por Gentil ellilo • fans Place ou Date 

84-1 Relatione i^elia Corte di RcT.a da G, Lunadoro in Padwa 1639 

84-2 II 



LIBRUrJLICW HISPANICL Qvarto. 293 

8472 II Racquifto di Porto Longone e di Piombino fatto dall'Arme Cat. 

di Filippo IV. il Grande ■ - — — /« Palermo 1 65 1 

5473 Ragguaglio di Farnaflb < • in Torino 1627 

8474 La Coltivatione di Luigi Alamanni in Parigi da R. Steph. 1 546 

8475 D'fcorfo foprale ragioni della Refolutione fatta in Val Telina con- 

tra la tiran. de Grironi& Heretici 

8476 Elenco contra il Boccalini di Pietro Sandorano in Venetia 1618 

8477 Avert. Militari del Bart. Pelliciari in Modtna \ 600 

8478 Delle Machine Ordinanze & quartieri Antichi & Moderni Difc, 
. d' Achilla Sarducci ■ ■ — ___ in Fenetia 1601 

8479 Hift. de Cataluna exercita por Clem. Libertino enfant Vicen. 1645 

8480 Dell Ariftocratia difcorfi di B. Bonifaccio — in Fenetia 1620 

8481 Difcorfi dell T. Taffo di molti accidemi del. fua Vita /a Pad. 1629 

8482 La Peile dell Abbadia del Polefene de M. Tirello in Rovigo 163 1 

8483 Breve difcurfo contra a Heretica perfidia do Judaifmo por Vicente 

daCoftaMattos — ' ■ enLifioa\6zo 

8484 La Hiftoriade Vicen za del G. Marzari — — in Vicenxa \6o^ 

8485 Libro di G. B. Palatino ncl qual f'inf. a Scriv. ogni forte Littera 

in Roma 1556 

8486 Memor. Expulf. y Juft. Deft, deles Morifc. deEfp.w Pamp. 1612 

8487 El Percgrino Atlanta S. Francifco Xavier — t en Valencia 1620 

8488 Tradato de le piu Maravjgliofe Cofe o piu Notabili che fi trovano 

in le Parte del Mondo ridotte e Collefte foto Brev. in el prefente 
Comp. dal J. Mandavilla, corio turcica deaurat. Medioimni 1 480 

8489 Orationi di Beffar. Card. Niceno a tutti gli Signori d'ltalia conlor: 

gli a pigl. Guerra contrail Turc. corio turcica deaurat. — 1471 

8490 Le Relationi Univerfalidi G. Botero > in Fenetia 1605 

8491 Explicacion de unas Monedas de Oro de Emperodorcs Romanes per 

J, deQuinones ■ ■ ■■ en Madrid ibzo 

8492 La Nobilta di Verona di G. F. Tinto — — . in Fersna 1592 

8493 J. I'rionfi del Architettura defctittidi F. Maria, con Jig. 16.80 

8494 La Efpof. del Pater Nofter compofta per Frate Girolamo da Ftr- 

rara, fine Anno aut loco 

8495 Diego de Mendoza e la Guerra de Granada — en Lijhoa 1627 

8496 Grandezas y Antigued. de la Ifla y Ciudad de Cadiz por B. Suarez 

en Cadiz 16 10 

8497 II MeflaggieroDialogo dels. Torquato Taffo , in Fenetia \ ^^z 

8498 LaPompa Funerale fatta in Napoli ncU'Effequie del Catholico Re 

Filippo IL di Aullria — — — . . ■ . in Napoli 1599 

8499 Defcrittione delle Cofe di Cipro, en MSS. corio turcica fol deaur. 

■ 8500 LosCL. Pfalmos de David in Lingua Efpan. en varias rimascoffl- 
pueflos por D. Abenacar ivielo — en Franquaforte 1586 

S501 Pa^crfopra la Pittara di Ber. Campi 

8502 Difc. Apolog. en que fe Defiende la Ingenuidad it\ Arte de laPin- 
tura por J. de Butron* cor. turc. fol. deaur. — en Madrid i6a6 
S503 Copiofo Rill, de Gli An. diRaufa Lib. IV. di Gi. Pi. Luicari 

in Fenetia 1605 
8504 Capitoli della Pace fatta tra fua Santita & i Principi dclla Lega fotto 

di 31 Marzo 1644 
8 jo;; Del. Dig. del Caft. difc. Piac. diftincl. in tre Capi in Macer. i6or 

8506 Le Ceremonia Comedia in Fenezia i-ji% 

9^07 Vita di Benven«to Cellini, Charta grande — — inColonia 

S-08 Di B. Coglione fcrit. perP.Spino, Lin. ruh. fol. deaur. 

><5og Del Due, Valentino def. da 1\ Tomafi in Monte Chi. 165 j 

^cio — — Di St. Elizabetu Reina di Port, da R. Pico in P^enetia 1627 

8511 Del 



294 BOOKS of PRINTS. Quarto, 

g^j 1 1 ,-_.T^ del CathoHco & Invitiflimo Re Don Filippo Second© Defcrit- 

ta da Cefare Campana, 3 Tom — in Viccnza 1605 

gji2 —— del Gran Michel Angelo Buonarroti fcritta da Gio. Vafari 

in Fiorenza nella S tamper i a dt Giunti 1568 
S513 'mmmr MiracoH e Culto di San Gianijario Martiredi Camillo Tutini 

in trefoil 1681 
8514 di Carlo Quinto Imp. defcritta da Lod. Dolce in Vinegia 1567 
9^515 ■—-» delTintoretto da Carlo Ridolfi — in Finetia 1642 

^ji6 " ■ » ■ - Civile de Paolo Mattia Doria •■ " ' ■ ... in Augufta 1710 
8:5 1 7 "-r^ — dc f errando Gonzaga Principe di Molfctta dclcritta. per 
GuiHano Gofelljni — — ^ — in Vinetia 1579 

3p8 <•- "" '■ de la B. Madre Terefa de Jefus Fundadorade los Monafterios 
de Monjas. — ~ " -• ' . . en Nafoler 1604 

Be,t9 •^-<™ D Andrea Cantelmo fcritta da Lionardo di Capoa ib. 1693 
S52Q -*— ^ I'el Mirchion. di Cangallerie, tn MS. 

1521 Vitadcl B. Un:>berto diSavoia,ya/. //fCftr. •— in Taring 1656 
9^za •«-«• di S. I>mafo Arcivef. di Cant, da G. Bat. Cola in Lucca 1696 

8523 « y Acciones del Key Don Juan el Segundo XIII dc Portugal 

por M. y VafcoRcelos — en. Madrid «639 

Xi^Zi,- ■^. di At\\3. car 19 turcica deaura/ — in Venet. i^yi 

gfzj —'I . " di Elifabetta Bonfi Capponi NobileMatrona Fiorentina fcrit- 
ta dal G. Bat. Caftaldo in Fioren%a r624 

f ^26 da Caio Giulio Cef. dal S. Ambrogio Schiap. in Verona 1600 

gp7 •^- - .. Vite De i Vifconti di Milano con le vcre Effigie deffi Prin- 
cipi defcritte da Paolo Giovio ■ in Milano 1645 

85^8 ^ de Piu Eccellenti Pittori Scultori e Architettori fcritte da Gio. 

Vofari, 5 Tom — r in Fiorenz Apprejfo Giunti 1568 

8529 dePit. Scolt. & Archi.Gen. Op. del R. Soprani in Gen. \kji\. 

^53^ — > — de Pit. Scult. & Arch, fcritte da G. Baglione in Roma 1649 

. «531 - — - de Pit. Scult. & Arch. Moderne fcritte da Bellori ib. 1672 

8532 — — — de Pit. Ant. fcrit. e illu0. da Car. Dati in Firenze 166" 

jgf j3 ~— — de Pit. de gli Scult. & Arch. Veron. Raccolte da varii Autori 

in Verona j 7 i 8 

8-34 de gli ImperaCori Roman! di Ant. Ciccarelli in Rema 1 ijgo 

3-3 5 He GP liliift. Pittori Veneti e dello Scato defcritte da Carlo 

Ridolfi, 2 7'om. inVenet. 1648 

SJ36 ocGl 'Iniper.&Pont. Rom. da Fran. Pet, in Genev. 1625 

BOOKS of PRINTS. Quartq. 

8557 'TT^ H E Medals of Lewis XIV ftruck on the principal Events of 
J^ his Reign, with hift. Explanat gi/t on the Lca<tvs 1702 

8^38 The fiiiie, bound in blue Turkey, ivitb tlje K. o/" France's 

Armj 9ft the Sides — . ■. 1 702 

fx,},'^ Roberts's Flowers, in thirty five fine Prints, bound in Morocco 
3^4,0 Fifty Prints of tliC Ant. ci Rome, by Bapt. Ac Caval. bo^ndtogetber 
§3-41 Fu'cy three Meade of ths Princes r.nd Dukes of Brabant, engrav'd 
, bv de Jode Vanichappcn and otl.ers, bound together 

8542 Twenty five fine Prints, being the Ilillory o.^Sjr John de Malta, 

behind together 

8543 Eighty four Prints of Statues after M. Angelo, engrav'd by Audraa 

and others, bound in red Morocco, giU on the Leai'es 

8544 Fifty four Prints of the Hifl:. of the Jiible, after Raphael ; engrav'd 

b/Badaloci: and Laafranck, ^•5;;</:.'//9Ff//f<'r 

■ " . 8545 Two 



ENGLISH LAiV. QtrAkTo. 295 

%tLt Two hundred and eighteen Prints of Statues, Baths, Fountains^ 

Vafes and other Ornaments in the Palace of Verfailles, engrav'd 

by Thomaflin, bound together 
8546 Han. Carrach. Drawing Book, in 30 Prints, eng. by PoIIly, bd. toge. 
8-4.7 O"* hund. thirty (even Prints of tne Hab. of dif. Nat. bd. together 
8548 Eighty four Prints of Statues after the Antique, engrav'd by Tho- 

maffin, bound in blue Turkey, gilt on the Lea'ves 
$549 Sixteen Prints of the different Habits of Indians, bound together 
grco One hundred twenty eight Heads of Saints, and othef religious 

Perfons, neatly engranjed and bound in 2 FoL 
•8550 A lar-ge Colled, of Saints and other religious Perfons, neatly 

engra'v^ d and bound in 2 Vol. 

8551 Eighty Prints of Chalices, Cups, ^\im.Tntn, Sic. bound together 

8552 Thirty four Prints of Bulls from the Antique, bound together 

8553 All the Flags of the different Na-tions of the World, as they are 

ufed at Sea, neatly coloured, and bound together 
*5>4 Twenty Heads of the Emperors of Germany, * printed on Vellumg 
and neatly coloured 

ENGLISH LAW. Quarto, 
85 5 5 Q OMNER's Treatife of Gavelkind, with the Life of the Author 

O 1726 

8556 Somner's Treatife oiGd^vtWi.nuith the Life of the Auth. L.P. 1726 

8557 Fitzherbert's Abridgment of the Law — : — 1577 

8558 ■ ' ■ Natura Brevium, to which is added a Commentary by the 

Lord Chief Juftice Hale — — — 1730 

85^9 Cumberland's Treatife of the Laws of Nature ■ — 17x7 

8560 Archbp. Laud's Speech in the Star-Ghamber at the Cenfure of Baft- 

wick, Burton, and Prynne, large Paper -'■■- ■■• — '637 

8561 Godolphin's Orphan's Legacy, or a Teftamentary Abridg. 1701 

8562 Callis's Readings on Sewers • ■. — 1686 

8563 Dodlrina placitanda, or L' Art & Science de Bon Pleading 1677 

8564 Sparrow's Collcftion of Articles, Injunctions, Canoris, Orders, 

Ordinances, and Conftitutions Ecclefiaflical of the Church of En- 
gland . — 1684 

8565 Hen. de Brafton de Legibus Confuetudinibus AngHs, Lib V. 

Lend. i6ijO 

8566 Extraft of the Procefj of Treafon againft J. Stirling of Kcir and 

others ■■>■. ■ ■ ■■ • 1709 

8567 Herbert's Authorities in Law upon which was given in Sir-E. Hales's 

Cafe : — * i688 

8568 Brownlowand Goldefborough's Reports of divers choice Cafes in 

Law ~ 1675 

8569 Seldeni Fleta, feu Commentarius Juris Anglican! fic Nuncupatus 

i Land. 1685 

8570 Godolphin's Abridg. of the Ecdef. Laws of this Realm ' 16S7 

8571 Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent ■■ 1687 

8^72 A fton's Book of Entries .. ■ ■ .1 1661 

8573 Trial of Mr. Chriftopher Love before a pretended High Court of 

Juftice at Weftminfter Hall 1660 

8574 A clear and neceffary Vindication of the Principles and Prafticcs of 

me C. Love fmce my Trialand Condemnation by the High Cour; 
of Juftice 1— 16^7 

8575 Brooke's Grand Abrigwient of the I aw — — — . i^j6 

8576 Taylor's Hill, of Grivelkind, >\ith the Etymology thereof 1663 

Hjr; Brow::- 



2^6 ENGLISH lAlf^. Quarto. 

8577 Brownlow's Writs judicial, Ihewing the Forms, Nature, and Entries 

of all Manner of Executions in the Court of Common Pleas 

8578 Confiderations upon the fecond Canon in the Book entituled Confti. 

tutions and Canons Ecclefiaflical ~— -~ i6qj 

8579 Reafons offered to both Houfes of Parliament for pafling a Bill for 

preventing Delays and Expences in Suits in Law and Equity 1 707 

8580 Hickeringhill's Teft and Trial of the Goodnefs and Value of Spi- 

ritual Courts 

8581 Godbolt's Reports of certain Cafes arifing in the feveral Courts of 

Record ■ ■ -—— 1652 

8582 Coke's Compleat Copy-holder • • ■■ - 1641 

8583 Reports of Cafes adjudged in Ban. Reg. before Lord Hardwicke, 

Page, Probyn, and Lee, Juftices, by W. Barkwith, 2 Vol. 'viry 
neatly ivrote. 

8584 Examen Legum Angliae, or the Laws of England cxamin'd by 

Scripture Antiquity and Reafon ■ 1 656 

8585 Corruption and Oppreffion in the Spiritual Courts laid open, in 

the Cafe of Peter Slynehead ■ - — 1 704 

8586 Proceedings of the Barons of Exchequer at Wellminfter, in their 

Court of Equity for Tythes and Oblations ■ 1 705 

5587 Refleftions on the Paper dcliver'd to the SherifFs of London and 
Middlefex, by Sir -J Fenwicke, Bart, at his Execution 1697 

8588 Remarks on the Trial of John Peter Zenger at New-York 1 73S 

8589 Reply to the Hertford Let. wherein the Cafe of Mrs. Stout's Death 

is more particularly confider'd, and Mr. Cowper vind. 1699 

8590 Cafe of R. Thompfon and Com. with Relat. to their Creditors 1677 

8591 Scotch Mift clear'd up to prevent Englishmen from being wet to the 

Skin ; being a true Account of the Proceedings againft the Earl 
of Argyle for High Ireafon 

8592 Magna Charta, made in theninth Year of K. Henry IIL with Ob- 

fervations from the L. Ch. Juft. Coke's Comment i68o 

8;;93 Schelftrates patriarchal and Metropolitical Authority 1688 

8594 Thoughts concerning the Study of the Laws of Eng. in the two 

Univerfities ■■ ' — — 170S 

8595 Narrative of the Excom. of Sir 'John Pettus of the County of Suf- 

folk, Knt. obtain'd agft. him by his Lady a Rom. Cath. 1 674 

8596 Difc. of Patronage , being a modeft Enquiry into the Ori. of it 1675 
■ 8597 Memorandums of Matters of Fad, relating to the Orig. and Pre- 
lim, of a Suit in DoSiors-Commons, between Sir Hugh Everard, Bt. 
Promoter, and 7. Oikvald, Vicar of Much-lValth. in BJftx \ -oz 

8598 The famous Bull In Cana Domini, publiOi'd at 7?i5Wf every Maunday 
7hurfday, agt. Hcret. and all Infringers of ecclcf.' LibertiCi 1688 
8:;9Q Hale's (Sir Mat.) Treat, concern, inrol. and regift of Deeds 1710 
8.600 Lex Talionis, or the Law of Marque and Reprifals 1682 

8601 I-Jure's Charge at the Quarter SexTions for the County of Surry 1692 
86r!2 Bohua's 3 Charges at the Quart. Sef. for the the Coan. of Suf. 1692 
b'6c3 Mackenzie's Laws and Cuft. of Scot. inM.it. crim. Edinb, 1678 

8574 Comber's Divine Right of Tythes < ■ 16S2 

8605 Swinburne's Matrimonial Contrads -_— — . i;"ii 

86c6 Pigott on common Recoveries •- 1739 

S607 Holies':. Rel.it. of the mijuft Accufat of certain Fr. Gent, with their 

Try.il and Acquit, in the Couit of King's Bench — 1671 

8608 CoUcd. of all the Adls of Par. wiih publick Papers and Dedarat. 

jelatin«; to the Clergy, within the Kingckim of S<iptland 1693 



L A IVy Kly A R T o. 297 

8600 Engliftiman's Right, a Dialogue between a Barrift«r at Law arid a 

Juryman, ■ ■ ■ — — 1680 

8601 Earl of Stamford's Speech at the General Quarter Seffions held for the 

County of Leicefter at Michaelmas, - f 1 690 

8602 Lord De la Mere's Speech to the Grand Jury at Chefter, 1692 

8603 Bella Vera, or the Arraignment of Ignoramus, < 1682 

8604 Fitz Herbert's JuUices of Peafe, Hack Letter, printed by R. Pynforiy 

^without Date 

8605 Robertes on Tythes, — ■■ ■■ ■ — . 1613 

8606 Nettle's Anfwer to Selden on Tythes, x62j 

8607 Difcourfe on Pluralities, » ■ - - ■ . «■. .. 1680 

8608 Privileges and Praftice of the Parliament of England, 162S 

8609 Power and Privileges of Juries aflerted, . 1681 

8610 Decimaram &Oblationum Tabula, a Ty thing- Table, i66z 

861 1 Tryal and Condemnation of Geo. Phillips and others, for High Trea- 

fon, - ' • ' 1662 

8612- of Sir Henry Vane, Knt. ■ . 1662 

8613 Juft Lawyer's confcionable Complaint againll auricular or private 

informing and foliciting of Judges, ■■■ 1633 

8614 Ignoramus vindicated, in a Dialogue between Prejudice and Indiffe- . 

rence. 

8615 Proceedings againft John Ogilvie, a Jefuit, executed at Glafgow^ 

1615 

8616 Grand Juryman's Oath and Office explain'd, and the Rights of En- 

glifhraen afferted, " n — . \6%o 

8617 Liberties, Ufages and Cuftoms of the City of London, — 1674 

8618 Special and feledkd Law Cafes concerning thePerfons and Ellates of 

all Men whatfoever, ■ 1641 

86ig Arguments upon the Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Court of King's 

Bench, ■ ' ■ • - — — — - 1649 

8620 Spelman's larger Treatife upon Tythes, ■ . . j 647 

862! Selden's Hirtorie of Tythes, ■ - — — 1618 

8622 Grand Indiftment of High Treafon agiinft the Marquefs of Argyle, 

i66r 

8623 Marquefs of Argyle's Defences againft the Grand . Indidment of 

High Treafon, ^ ' — • ■ . . .. 1661 

8624 ^^'^ o^ Sir Thomas Cullum, Bart. •■- ■■ ■■ 1 68a 

8621; Tindal's Law of Nations and the Rights of Sovereigns, 1^94- 

8626 Defeats of the Englilh Laws with their proper Remedies, '^9) 

8627 Reafons offered to the Parliament for the Continuance of the Writs 

of Capias, and Procefs of Arrefi, in Adions of Debt, 1 67 1 

8628 in Defence of the iianding Laws about the Right of Parro- 

nage, 1703 

S629 Reformation of Proceedings at Law, — ^ 164Q 

8630 True Table of all fuch Fees as are due to the ^ifliop of London and 

all his depending Officers, ■ ■■ 1631 

.8631 Bacon's Cafes of Treafon, ' — ■ ^ ■ " ■ 164.1 

8632 Shermaiv on Eftates Tayle and Defcents of Inheritance, 1641 

8633 Articles'concerning the Authoritie of Juftices of Peace and Conftables 

within the Kingdom of Scotland, • , j6ti 

8634 Calthrop's Relat)on between the Lord of a Mannor and the Coppy- 

Holder, ' • " — r— . — i 1635 

Pp 863^ 



298 LAIV^ Quarto. 

8635 Spelman's de Sepultura, « ■ ■■ ' ■ 164I 

S636 Bacon on the Port Nati, " ■ ■ " ■■ ■■ ■■ ■ - 1641 

8637 A<Els for Annuities reviewed and compared. 
S63 8 Prideaux's Award of K. Charles I. ■ ■ ' ■ 17O7 

8639 Abftraft of aTreatife concerning the Payment of Tythes and Obla- 

tions in London, .— — _— ■ — 1662 

8640 Carreton's Tythes examined and proved to be the Clergies due by a 

divine Right, ■ ■ ■ 1611 

8641 Bacon's Elements of the Common Lawes of England, — . 1639 

8642 Crompton on Courts, ■ ■ " 1637 

8643 Priviledges and Prerogatives of the high Court of Chancery, 1641 

8644 Crook's Reading upon the Stat, of Magna Charta, - 1641 

8645 Arguments of Sir Richard Hutton and Sir Geo. Croke in the Cafe of 

Ship-\.oney, . — — — — — — 1641 

8646 Cuftomes of the feveral Manners of Stebbunhuth and Hackney, 

black Letter, ivithout Date. 

8647 Skene's Expofition of the Termes and difficill Wordes contained in 

X.h.QiomQ^vick.es oi Regiam Mnjejiatem, and uthers, ■ 164 1 

8648 Proceedings upon the Bill of Indidment for High Treafon againll the 

Earl of Shaftefhury, ■■ Edinh. i68t 

£649 Tryal and Convidlion of Mary Butler for counterfeiting a Bond of 

40,000/. ■ ■ ■ ' 1700 

■ 8650 Carr's Cafe, being a brief Relation of the Caufe and Sufferings of 
Mr. William Carr, , ' ■ • • — — 1 670 

8651 Tryal, Condemnation and Execution of John James, — 1661 

8652 Liberties and Cuftomes of the Lead Mines in Derbyjhire, compofed in 

Meeter by Edward Manlove, Efq; ■ ■ 1653 

S653 Articles of Vifuation and Enquiry concerning Matters Ecclcf. 1662 

8654 Trial of Lieut. Col. John Lilburne, ■ i^49 

8655 Spelman's de non Temerandis Ecclefiis, ■ 1646 

8656 on Tythes too hot to be touched. 

S657 La\y of Tythes afiirmed againft all Oppofers, ■ ' 1654 

8658 Declaration for what Manner of fpecial Nufance concerning private 

DvvelliBg-houief, a Man may have his Remedy by Aifife, 1639 

86i;9 Ellefmere's Speech touching the Pod Nati, « • 1609 

8660 Conititutions and Canons Ecclefiaftical, >■ 1633 

8661 Treatife of Baile and Maineprize, • 1635 

8662 Prerogatives of the Parliaments of England proved in a Dialogue 

betv^eene a Councellour of State and Juftice of Peace, 1628 

8663 Commiflion with Inilrudions and Direftions granted by his Majelly 

to the Mailer and Council of the Court of Wards and Liveries, 1622 

8664, Powell on Court Leets, - 1642 

S665 Three learned R.eadings made upon three very ufeful Statutes, 1648 
^•666 Conference by a Committee of both Houfes, concerning the Rights 

and Privileges of the Subjedls, * 1042 

8667 Ordinances made by the Right Hon. Sir Francis Bacon tor the better 

Admiiiiltration of Juilice in the Chancery, ■■ 1642 

8668 Charge given by Sir Francis Bacon at a Selfions holden for theVerge, 

1676 

€669 Staunforde's Pleas of the Crown, • - *5^3 

8670 Bacon's Charge touching Duels, m >.< . m 1614 

8671 



LAW, Qjr A R T 0. 259 

8671 Publication of his Majefty's Edift and fevere Cenfuie agalnft private 

Combats, -■-' - ■■■ »613 

8672 Proceedings againft Garnet the Jefuit, and his Confederates, 1606 

8673 Wehvood's Abridgment of Sea Laws. 

8674 Propofals concerning the Chancery, — — ■-- ■■- - . 1650 

8675 Cottons Abftraft out of the Records of the Tower touching the 

King's Revenue. 

8676 Bacon's Cafes of Treafon, * • ' 164I 

§677 Tryal and Condemnation of Robert Drewrie, a Fopifh Prieli, 

1607 

8678 City Law or Cuftomes of the City of London, 1 647 

8679 Lart Proceedings of the Parliament in Scotland againft the Marquefs 

ofArgyle, ■ ■■■' . ■ ■■ 1661 

8680 Tryal of the German Princefs for having two Hufbands, 1 663 

868 1 Tillefley's Animadverfions upon M. Selden's Hiilory of Tythcs, 

1621 

8682 Sclater againft Selden's Hiftory of Tythes, 1625 

8685 Civil Right of Tythes, — ■ ' 16^0 

8684. Repertorie of Records, ■ ■ 1631 

86S5 Povvel's Attourneys Academy, ■ 1623 

8686 Noye's Grounds and Maximes of the Lawes, ' 1641 
"S'687 Powel's Direftions for Search of Records, ■ 1622 

8688 Gierke's Trial of Baftardia, 1 594. 

8689 Ridley's View of the Civil and Ecclefiaftical Law, 1627 

8690 Difcourfe concerning Excommunication, ' 1680 

8691 Philipps on Fines in Chancery, • ■ ■ 1663 

8692 Treatife of Oathes exaded by Ordinaries and Ecclefiaftical Judges. 

8693 New Cafe pat to an old Lawyer, — — 1656 

8694 Reafons againft the enclofing of Commons, ■ ' 1661 

8695 "^^^ feveral Statutes in Force for the Obfervation of Lent, 

1 66 1 

8696 Gibfon's Tythes e nded by Chrill, ■ ' ' — — 1673 

8697 Ryve's poor Vicars Plea, • itZQ 

869S Sacrilege facredly handled, 1629 

8699 Tryals of a Woman and two Men for Buggery, - ^677 

8700 —— of Sir Walter Raleigh, ' 1648 

8701 of John Crooke, a Quaker, for refufing the Oaths of Alle- 
giance, ■ ■ ' ■' ■ 1662 

8702 • of William Parry for High Treafon againft Queen Elizabeth, 

1585 

8703 Bacon's Speech concerning the Naturalization of the Scottifh Nation, 

1641 

8704 Ufe of the Law, — • ■• 1630 

8705 Saltern's antient Lawes of Great Britaine, - 1605 

8706 Bacon's Elements of the Common Law, 1630 

8707 Copie of the Leafe of Impofition, Cuftom and Subfidie of Tobacco, 

1606 

8708 Libellus Sophiftarum ad ufum Cantabrig. imprejfus per Wynandum de 

Worde 1 5 1 8 



P p 2 Lihr 



( 300 ) 



JL^ibriClaJpci, Poetici, Hijlorici^ Grammatici ^ Lexiciy 

OC T AVO. 



' A U TO RES Rei Venaticae antlqui cum comment. UtiliJ, 

Barclaii Argenis, ■' ■ ■■ ' ib. 1630 

■ ' ■ ■ ■' Satyricon, ■ -— « ib. 1637 

Ciceronis Opera omnia, 10 vol. ■ ■ ib. 164Z 

Claudiani Opera recenfuit Heinfius, -— • ib. 1650 

Q^Curtii Hifloria. ■ -" ib. 1653 

C^faris Commentaria, -^ » ' ■ ib. 1635 

Erafmi CoUoquia, «■- , - ■ ' ■ ib. 1636 

L. Flori Epitome Hift. Rom. — — ib. \6'^Z 

Horatii Opera, 3 vol. ■ . • '■ " ■ ■ ib. 1653 

8709-^ Juftini Hiftoria cum notis VofTii, — ib. 164P 

Livii Hiftoria ex recenfione Gronovii, 3 vol. — • r^. 1645 

Ovidii Opera recenfuit Heinfius, 3 vol. • ■ ib. 1629 

Prudentii Opera, <— -___^— Amjl. ityj 

Piinii Hiftoria i^aturalis,. 3 vol. L. Bat. 1635 

— — Epiftola» & Paneg)»ricus rccenf. Boxhornius, Arnfl. »659 

Salluflii Opera, — I. J5^/. 1634. 

Sulpitii Severi' Opera, :: — • ib. 1635 

Senecae Opera Philofophica cum notis Gronovii, 4 vol. ib. 1 640 

Terentii Comadia: ex recenfione Heinfuna, ib, 1635 

Taciti Opera, * - ■ ■- ■-• ■ ■ ■ • ib. 1640 

Virgilii C)pera, — — ■ ' ' ib. 1636 

j^Vclieius Facrculus cum notis VoiTii, ib. 16 ^g 

N. B. Tie above are a cemfleat Set of the Clajfta^ printed by 

Elzevir, uniformly bound in red Morocco, and gilt on the 

Lea'ves. 

8710 Anacreontis Opera, gr. lat. cum notis Baxteri, • Lond.iSg^ 

8711 — . Idem, gr. lat. cum Tan. Faber, — — Sa/murii \6So 

^jiz — ^ • II Medeiumo tradotto in verfo Tofcano da B. Corfmi, 

Parigi 167 2 
87*3 — " ■ II Medeflimo per Baolo RoUi, — — Lond.iy^g 

8714 Authores de re ruftiCa, ■■ Florentiie apud Juntas i^\!^ 

8715 • ■' Idem, • ■ apud Comnielin \ <^gi^ 

87 1 6 ■ Idem, ■' Paris apud Rob. Steph. 1543 

8717 ' Idem, 2 vol. corio turcica foliis deaur. ib. apud ib. 1543 

8718 Alexandrini Enarrationes Vocum prifcarum in libris de re ruftica, 

Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. \ 549 

87 1 9 Aurelii Vifloris Hifl. Rom. cum notis var. — — £,. Bat. 1670 

8720 ———Idem, — . ■ " ■ _ ■ Paris apud CoHnaum 1)44 

872'r Appiani Alexandrini Rom. Hift. gr. lat. cum notis var. recenfuit Tol- 

lius, 2 vol. ■ ■ • Amfi. 1670 

8722 — — Idem latine, foliis deaur. Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 1 55 I 

8723 _ ■ ■ Iberica item de geflis Annibalis gr. Paris apud Hen. Steph. 

1557 

872^ 



Lihri Claffici, (^c. Odavo. 301 

8724 Appian Alexandrin traduift en Francoys par Claude de SeyfFel, Parts 

1 560 
3725 ■ II Medeffimo tradotto da M. Alexandre Braccefe, Firenze^ 

per P. di Giunta 1 q 1 9 

8726 Auli Gellii Noftes Attics cum notis var. — — L^Bct. 1666 

8727 III ■' Idem, Cum notis Hen. Stephani, Paris apud ipfutn Steph. 

1585 

8728 Idem, ■ Lugd. apudSeli.Gryph. ISSS 

8729 I» Idem, corio turcice foliis aeaur. Plorentits cpud 'Juntas 

'5'3 

g^jo • — — ' Idem, ■ ■ ' - Vmet. apud Aldum 1^15 

8731 ———Idem, • Jmjt. apud Elz. \iS^i 

8732 Aufonii Opera cum notis var. recenfuit Tollius, Jmji. 1671 

8733 *■•■ ' Idem, foliis deaur. • Fenet. apud Jldum ii^lj 

8734 ' Idem, corio turcica deaur. • ib. apud ib. I 5 17 

8735 Alexandri ab Alexandre Genialium Dierum libri fex, cum notis var. 

2 vol. . . . . .. — L. Bat. 1673 

8736 Arati Phenomena graece cum annotat. — — — — ' Oxon. 1672 

8737 Alphabetum Graecum, addita funt T. Bezae Scholia, Paris apud Rob, 

Steph. 1554 

8738 Ariftophanis Plutus & Nubes, gr. lat. cum Scholiis graxis, Lond. 

169? 

8739 ComoedisB novem graece, Florentia apud Juntas 1540 

8740 — Comcedise undecim grasce, Venet. apud Zanettum ii;3^ 

8741 ■ Comcedi^e undecim gr. lat. cum notis Scaligeri, L. Bat. 

1624 

8742 Anthologia Poetica Grseco-Iatina, • • Duaci 1617 

8743 Altieri Grammatica Inglefe, - ■ • - ■• Fenezia ly^S 
S744 Apthonius Hermogenes & Dionyfius Longinus praeltantiff. artis Rheto- 

rices Magiftri grace, — __ Gene'va apud Crifpin 1 569 

874? Apophthegmata Grasca, > • Paris apud Msre/I. ll^t 

§746 Ariftotelis & TheophraHi Scripta qua;dam gr.' lat. ib. apud Hen. Steph. 

1557 

8747 ■ SententioE ktine, — »— J)it-v. 1 542 

8748 — — fon Rhetorique traduite en Francois par Cafiandre, Haye 

171S 

8749 — — fon Poetique traduite en Francois par Dacier, Paris 

1692 

8750 Apopthegmata five Difta feptem Sapientum grjece, — ib. 1629 
87^1 Ammian Marcellin en Francois, 3 tom. ■ ib. 1672 
8753 ^fopi & aliorum Fabulse, ■ Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 1554 

8753 Apoiinarii Interpret. Pfalmorum verilbus Heroicis ex Biblioth. Regia, 

Paris apud Turisebum 1 5 5 2 

8754 Aldoch artis Logicae compendium, <ra;/o ///raV(7, ■ Oxon.ihcfi 

8755 Aureiii Augurelli Opera, corio turcica deaur. lineis rubris, foliis deaur. 

Venet. apud Aldum 'S^J- 

8756 Apuleii Opera, Paris apud Colinaum 1536 

8757 Alvari de Inftrudione Grammatica libri tres, Eborce 1699 

8758 Afconii Pediani Expofitio in IV. Orationes Ciceronis contra C. Ver- 

rem, ■ ■ ■ Venet. apud Aldum it^i^'^ 

8759 Arfian de Expcditione Alexandri Magni graece, — — - Baftl. 

Sy6o 



502 LiM Claffid, 6ff. Odavo. 

8760 AntoniQs de Arena ad fuos Compagnones ftudiantes qui funt de per- 

fona friantes bafcas Danfas & Branlos pradicantes, Jiampatus in 

jiamfatura jiampatorum 1 670 

8761 Autores rei Venaticje antiqui cum comment. Jani Ulitii, L. Bat, apud 

Elz. 1653 

8762 Achiliis Tatii Opera, gr. lat. 2 vol. ■■ z^. 1640 

8763 Barberir.i Poemata. edidit Jof. Brown, «^ Oxon.x^zS 

8764 Boetluus de Lonlblatione Philofophiae, Anglo-Saxonice redditi ab Al- 

fredo, edidit Chrift. Rawlinfon, • ■ ■ /f, 1698 

8765 • Conlolationes Philofoph. lib. v. ejufdem Opufcula varia cum 

notis var. «— — L. Bat. 1671 

8766 Barclaii Satyricon cum notis var. • • ib. 1674 

«767 Idem,, ■. Amjl.apud EU.id^Z 

5768 • Aigenis, — L. Bat. apudib. 1630 

•S769 ■ " Idem, corio turcica foliis deaiir. ■ ib. apudib. 1630 

8770 Btcmani Manuduftio ad Lat. Unguam, ■ Hano'via 1629 

8771 Bennet Grammatica Hebraea, » •■ Land. 1731 
S772 BiiHi Locutionum Grscarum in communes locos per Alphabeti ordi- 

nem digeft. ■ - Paris 1578 

8773 Buxtorfii Thefaurus Grammat. Linguse Hebraeae, — Baftl 1663 

8774 Gramm. Chaldaicas & Syriacae, ■ 1^.1650 

gyyg Lexicon Hebraicum & Chaldaicum, • Jmjl. 1655 

87-^6 Florilegium Hebraicum, Baftl 1648 

8777 — — — de Abbreviaturis Hebraicis, • z^. 164O 

8778 ■■ Epitome Gramm. Hebraeae, " Z. Bat. 1701 
%j~q Idem, corio tiircicoy • ■ Vltrajeii. 1672 

■8780 Beza de Fnmci-i; linguas reda Pronuntiatione, — Genevte 1584 

8781 •'■■ - • Idem, corio turcica, ■ ib. 1 5 84 

S782 Burckhard de Linguae Lat. in Germania fatis, HanoiJtra 171 3 

f Boibonii Nugas, . . . Paris cpud Vafcofan 1533 

8783 < Vulteii Epigrammatum libri duo, iMgd. apudSeb.Gryph. xi^-i^S 
(^ Scaligeri Lacrymas, - Paris apud Fa/co/an k^^j^. 

8784 Bourne Poematia Lat. & Angl. " Lond. 1735 

8785 Bonefonii (Joa.) Opera omnia, ' Amjl.\-j2-j 
S786 Barthii Epidorpium ex Mero Scazonte libri viii. Franco/. 1623 

8787 Buchanani Poemata, ■ Land. 1686 

8788 de Profodia Libellus, ' " Edinb. 

8789 Blebelii Gramm. Hebrsss, — Witeberg<s 1623 

8790 Bellum Grammaticale, > < hand. 1635 

8791 Bos Ellipfes Gra;cs, — ■ ' Lipft^ i-jXt, 

8792 Burmeiikri Epigrammata, ■' Gqflari^ 161 2 
C Bonadi Monediarum lib. iii. lineis rubrisy Paris afud Colinauftt 
\ 1538 

8793 < Schoten Vita honefta five Virtutis, lineis rubris, Lr/gd. ii^^i 

I Perionii de rebus geftis vitifque Apollolorum Liber, lineis rubris, 
(_ Paris 15)2 

S794 Bamaba; Itinerarium Lat. & Anglice. 

8795 Cicero de Natura Deorum cum notis var. recenfuit Davifms, Canttfb. 

1718 

8796 Idem, ch. max. > • •• ^ — ib. 1718 

Sjgj — — d€ Officiis cum notis var. recenfuit Tho. Tooly, c^. maxima, 

Oxo». 1717 

«79S 



Lihri Claffici, &c. Odhvo. 303 

S798 — — Idem, ch. max. ■ Venet. apud Aldutn 1545 

8799 ' Idem, cum notis var. ex recenf. Grjevii, — ■- i Jmji. 1688 

8800 - Idem, ■ ' ih. apudElz. 1677 

8801 — — r- Idem, » Lugd. apud Seb.Gryph. 1553 

8802 — — fes Offices traduits eii Francois, .. Hctye 1692 

8803 —-^ de Divinatione & de Fato, cum notis var. recenfuit Davifius, 

Cantab. 1 72 1 

8804 ■ ' ' Idem, ch. max. ' » • ib. 1721 

8805 Academica cum notis var. recenfuit Davifius, — — ib. 1725 

8806 Idem, »■ ■ ■ ~ ■ Venet. cpud AUum 15:52 

8807 ■ Tufculanae Qnjeft. cum comment. Davifii, C:.ntab. 1730 

8808 • Idem, ch. max. ■ — ib. 1723 

8809 Idem, ■ Tlorenties apud Guntas 1514 

8810 — — Idem, ■ Venet. apud Aldiim 1552 

881 1 fon Tufculane traduite par Olivet, 3 tom. — — Paris X'Jiz 

88 J 2 de Oratore in Ufum Delphini, edidit jac. Prouft, Oxon. 1723 

8813 de Oratore ad Q^Fratrem, recenfuit Cockman, ch. max. foliit 

deaur. • ■ ib, i6c,6 

8814 Idem, cum notis Melanflhoni, Pan's apud Co/ina^um 1543 

88 I q ' Idem, /ineis rubris, foUis deaur. ib. apud Rob. Steph. 1546 

8816 de Finibus Eonorum & Malorum, cum nods Bentleii, Cantab. 

1718 

8817 — — Epiflols ad Atticum, cum comment. Pauli Manutii, Venet. 

■ apud Aldum 1555 

8818 Idem, ■ L.Bat. cpud El-:!:, 1642 

8819 —— Idem, < Paris apud Rob. Steph. I ^j^.j 

8820 — — Le meme en Francois par Mongault, 6 tom. Paris 1738 

8821 Orationes, 3 vol. ib. apud C^lir.-tum \^i% 

8822 Idem, Lat. & Gall. 2 vol. ■ Paris IJ24. 

8824 Idem, 3 vol. . 5.y?/ 1558 

8825 Idem, cum notis var. ex recenf GraVii, 6 vol. Jm^. 1^99 

8826 Idem a Mich. Bruto emendatuni, 3 vol. Lon-/. 1579 

8827 Epiftoljs ad Familiares cum notis Gnevii, — — . .^Mji.itSg 

8828 —— Idem, ^ . L. Bat. apud E/z. i6^z 

8829 Idem, • Lugd. apudSeb.Gryph. j:;1s 

8830 Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur. Puris apud PatiJTor.ntm I 578 

8831 Rhetorica, Franco/, apud Wechelum \z,c^o 

8832 Idem, ~ Lugd. rpudSeb.Gryph. l^-:^ 

8833 — — Idem, • Paris apud Colin. \i^^^ 

8834 Opera Philofophica, foliis deaur. Florenti^ apud Jiintns 1 5 16 

8835 Fragmenta cum annotat. Andr. Patricii, Venet. cpud Zilettum 

1561 

8S36 de Sene6lute Lat. & Angl. — Lond. fine c.nno 

P837 — <«-- Idem Graces, Tradudio Theodori, Paris apud Bogardum 1544 

8838 Synonima, /*«w 1584 

88^9 Opera omnia, 9 vol. Paris apud Rob. Steph. i^^i^ 

8840- .Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur. • ■ ib. apud ib. x^^-^ 

8841 Idem, 8 vol. L. Bat. apudElz. \6j^z 

8ii42 — — Idem, 10 vol. lineis rubris, foliis deaur. Lugd. apudSeb. Gryph. 

1549 
8843 — — Idem, 1 t vol. corio turcica, lineis rubi is, foliis deaur. Paris apud 

Colintsum 1543 

8844 



3Q4 Libri Clajlici^ ^c. 0<5tavo. 

8844 Cornelii Nepotis Vitas excellent. Imperatorum cum notis var. Arr^. 

/ ' ' 1707 

8845 li^tmy ch. max. — — ^— Oa'ow. 1697 

8S46 Idem, — — ■ ■ Colonia i^^i 

8847 Cffifaris Commentaria cum nods var. 2 vol.- — — Z. 5«/. 1713 

8848 tdem, -■ Paris apitd Rob. Steph. 11^^^ 

3849 — -—Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur. • ib.epudib. \^^^ 

8850 Idem, ■■ Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 1586 

8851 Idem, — ■' Jntv. apudPlatttin i^%6 

8852 — • — Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur, Florenti<F apud Juntas I514 
8853 Idem, 1 2mo, » Lugd. apudSeb. Gryph. 1546 

8854 Idem, lamo, — Jnt-v. apudPlantin 1585 

8855 Quintus Curtius cum notis var. — — T. ad Rhenum \6i^^ 

8856' — Idem per Maittaire, ch. max. ■ Land. 1716 

8897 • Idem, — • Lugd. apudSeb. Gryph. 1 545 

8858 — Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur. Ve?iet. ^pud Aldum. 

S859 ' Idem, *•— Lugd.Bo.t. apud Elz.ldli 

8860 Idem, i2mo, ■ ■ Lugd. apud Jnt. Gryph. 1588 

8861 Idem, 2 vol. Lat. & Gall, per Vaugelas, Hag^ie Com. 1727 

8862 Catullus, Tibullus & Propertius cum notis var. ?". adRh. 1680 
8S63 — Idem recenfuit Scaliger, limis rubtis, foliis deaur. Paris apud 

P n.tijfonium I577 

8864— I6.tm, foliis deaur. .. . .. Venet. apud Jldiim \^\^ 

886- — Idem cum comment. Tvlureti, Fenet. apud Paulum Manutium 

'5 54 
8866— Idem, Lugd. apud RouilHum ir^^i^ 

8867 Claudiani Opera, — ■ Venct. apud Jldum \<^z^ 

8863 .. Idem, corio turcica, lineis ruhris foliis deam . ib.apudib. 

»523 

8869 Carmina Quadragefimnlia, ch.max. ' ■ ■ Oxon. 1723 

8870 Caliimachi Opera, jr. lat. cum nocis var. 2 vol. Ultrajeai 1697 

8871 Chriftus Patiens, Carmen Hcroicum, ■■ ;_ ' ■ Land, ijv^ 

8872 Cou'.eii Poemata Lat. — — '■ i^. 1668 

8873 Canmri Hellenifmus, _ ; Paris 1 578 

8874 Coiuerius de corrupt! Sermonis Emendalione, ib. apud Rob. Steph. 

.'54' 

8875 Carmina quinque illuftnum Poetarum, corio turcica, Tlorentia apud 

Torrentinum 1549 

8876 Carmina novem illuft. Feminarum, Anti-. apudPlantin 1568 

8877 Clenardi Grxcae Lingux Inflitutiones, Lgnd. \6iz 

8878 — Tabula in Grammatlcam Hebraam, L. Bat. apudPlantin 

1568 

8879 Cauffini Thefaurus Gr;eca3Poefeos, Mogunti^ i6ii 

8880 Chryfolor^ Gramm. Gra^ca, — — Fenct. apud Jldum 15 17 
8881. Cafauboni Commentarius in Polybium, • ■ Paris 1617 

8882 Ceporini Compendium Gramm. Gr?ec£e, ■ • Tiguri 1580 

8883 Camerarii Opufcula qujedam de re ruftica, Noriberg^e i 596 

8884 Ciofani in Ovidii Metamorphofm Obfervat. Venet. apud Jldum 

«575 

8881; Clavis Homerica, ' Land. 1656 

8886 Cebetis Thebani Tabula, gr. lat. cum notis Gronovii, JmJI. 

1689 



Um Uajjia, <3C. Uttavo. 305 

8887 Condones & Orationes ex hiftoricis Latinis cxcerptse, Jmji. opudElz. 

1662 

8888 Dionyfii Geographia grrece cum Tab. Geograph. per Ed. Wells, ch. 

max. ■ Oxon. 1 704 

8889 — Orbis Defcriptio, gr. lat. cum comment. Gul.Hill.&aliorum, 

Lofid. 1687 

8890 Dionyfms Halicamafleus de ftruftura Orationis, gr. lat. ex recenf. Jac. 

Upton, ■ iff. 1 70 J 

8891 Diftys Cretenfis & Dares Phrygius de bello Trojano, cum notis var. 

Jftfj}. 1 702 

8892 —-—— Idem, ' Bafil i^t^i 

8893 Idem, ■ ■ ' ■ Lugd. apudAnt. Gryph. 1569 

8894 Demolthenis feleftx Orationes, gr. lat. cum notis Rich. Mounteney, 

Cantab. 1 73 1 

8895 .'■ M & ./Efchinis Orationes, gr, lat. per Foulkes & Friend, 

Oxon. 

8896 — — — fes Oraifons, ' — Prris 1727 

8897 '■ Gnomologiae five Sen tentiae, gr. lat. —— Baftl it^t^z 

8898 Dawfoni Lexicon Novi Teft. — Co.ntab. ijoS 

8899 Danetii Radices feu Di^ion. Linguae Lat. — — Paris 1677 
89CO Defpauterii Gramm. Grsca, ib. apudRob. Steph. 1583 

8901 Doleti Phrafes & Formulae Linguae Lat. elegantiores, Argentorat. 

1576 

8902 Doufs (Jani) Epodon ex puris lambis libri ii. L. Bat. apud Plantin 

1584 

8903 Diogenes Laertius, gr. lat. foliis deauratis, Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 

1541 

8904 Idem, gr. lat. cum annotat. Hen. Stephani, 2 vol. apud ipf. 

Steph. 1570 

8905 DecHnaifons des Noms & Verbes, Paris cJ:ez Rob. EJiienne 1588 

8906 Devis de la Langue Francoife fort exquis & fingulier, ib. 1572 
8c,07 Donati de ofto Orationis partium Libellus, Paris apud Coiinteum 

I 526 

8908 Diverforum Veterum Poetarum in Priapum Lufus, Venet. apudAldum 

»534 

8909 -^ — — — Idem & Jo. Bapt. Pignas Carminum, — — Venet. 1553 

8910 Demetrii Phalerei de Elocutione grasce, Florentia apud Juntas 1552 

891 1 Diodoro Siculo delle antiche Hiitorie favolofe, Vinegia apprejfa Giolito 

„ »547 

8912 Doftiff. noftra ^tate Italorum Epigrammata, Paris. 

8913 Donati Acciaioli in Ariftotelis libros odo Politicorum Commentarii, 

Venet. 1566 

8914 Devarius de Graecae Linguc Particulis, ■ — Land. 1657 

8915 Davifii Rudimenta Linguae Wallicae, • /^.1621 

8916 Doufae (Jani Filii) Poemata, « L. Bat.\boj 

8917 Dilherri Rudimenta Gramm. Syriacns, • Jena: 16^^ 

8918 Eutropius cum notis Tan. Fabri in ufum Delphini, Oxon 1696 

8919 ' ■ • — Idem, gr. lat. ch. max. corio turcica foliis deaur. ib. 1703 

8920 '• Idem, corio turcica denur. — — Paris apud Colin. 1542 

8921 Epideti Enchiridion Latinis Verfibus adumbratum per Edv. Ivie, ch. 

max* • ■ ■ ■ Oxon. 17IJ 

Q^q 8922. 







3->3 LiH Clajficiy &c, Oftavo. 

8922 Epifteti Enchiridion Theophrafti Charadleres Ethici, gr. lat. edidit 

C. Aldrich, c/j max. cor'io turcica, »— — . ih. x'joj 

8923 — • Enchiridion cum comment. Simplicii, gr. lat. Lend. »679 

8924 Euripidis Hecuba, Orelles & Phceniffe, gr. lat. cum fcholiis Joh.King, 

2 vol. > — — — Cantab. 1 726 

892^ Idem, 2 vol. ch.max. ■■ — ih. 1726 

8926 — Medea & Phceniffae, gr, lat. cum fcholiis Gra:cis, ftudio & 

opera W. Piers, ih. 1703 

8927 — —- — Tragoediae ododecim graece, 2 vol. Bafd apud Hewagium 

»55» 

8928 Tragcediae novemdecim grasce, opera Gul. Canteri, Anfu. 

apud Plantin i 5 7 1 

8929 -^fchinis Socratici Dialog! tres, gr. lat. cum notis Clerici, Jmji.xy ii 

8930 Erafmi Colloquia cum notis var. accurante Schrevelio, L. Bat. 1693 

893 r — — Idem, ib. apud Elz. 1636 

8932 — — Idem, cor to turcica, /ineis rubris, foliis deaurat. ib. apud ib. 

1679 
^33 — ~~ I' Medefllmo tradotti di Latino in Italiano per Pietro Lauro, 

Ventgia 1^45 
Stultitjje I>aus figuris Holbenianis adornata, Baftl 1676 

Apophthegmatuni, Taris apud Rob. Steph. \ 547 

de optimo genera Dicendi, ■■ Neapoli 1617. 

Adagionim Epitome, — — Antv. apud Plantin 1 564 

de ofto Orationis partium Conftrudlione Libellus, Jntv. 1 5 29 
1^93) — ~~ ^^ Duplici Copia Verborum & Rerum Commentarii duo, ib. 

1561 
89 -O Erpenius de Punftorum Hebraicor. Antiquitate lib. ii. L. Bat. 1 624 
894.1 Epitheta Ciceronis collefta a Joh. Nunnefio Valentino, Ljigd. \i^T\ 
8942 Enoci de Puerili Graec. Literarum Doflrina Liber, Paris apud Rob. 

Steph. 1555 

8945 Euftachii de Ifmeniae & Ifmenes Amoribus libri xi. gr. lat. corio tur^ 

cico foliii deaur. . . .... ■ -■ Paris i^lj 

8914 Excerpts ex Memnone grxce, ib. apud Hen. Steph. 1557 

S945 Erici Ericii Pontoppidani Gramm. Danica, — - Hiunia 1668 

8946 Elegidia & Poematia Epidiftica una cum ad Vivum exprefius Perfo- 

narum Iconibus, • — ^- ^ — - JJpfdi.e 1 63 X 

8947 Excerpt» ex Comoediis Menandri quae fuperfunt, gr. lat. Paris apud 

More II. 1553 

8948 Enchiridion Di(?t. Latino-Suecici, — — — — 1652 

8949 Fracaflorii Poem." ta omnia, » Patavii 1 7 1 8 

8950 Frontini Strategematicon lib. iv. cum notis var. curante Oudendorpio, 

L. Bat. 1731 

8951 Flori Epitome Rerum Rom- cum notis var. Amfi.xioz 

^952 Ferraccii Differtat. criticae in Linguam Hebraicam, Pata'vii 1691 

8953 Fallleri Obfervationes ad Lexicon -JFabro-Celhrianum, Flenjhurgi 

. .. ^ '7»7 

8954 Fiotii nova Gramm. Graeca, — ^ '■■■ ■ Zom/. 1739 

895^ Farnabii Syftema Grammat. »■ « . — ■ ■ -■ - ii. 1641 

8956 — *-* — Rhetorica, corzo rufftcoy _,.,— ib. 1660 

8957 Fk'rilegium diverforum Epigramraatum gxTCCt, foliis dsaur. Venet.ap.. 

Aldi Filios 1550 
$958 Franc-lin Traflatus de LinguJcGr. Tpnis, — ~ land. 171 7 

«959 



"^d/. 



Lihri Claffici, Cs?f. Odlavo. 307 

8959 Florilcgium Epigrammatum Martialis, gr. lat. Paris apu4 Rob Staph. 

1607 

8960 Favolc di Efopo, con Jig. ■ ■ Venetia 1607 

8961 Faerni Fabuls, cum Jig. < Jntv. apud P/antin l ^8^ 

8962 Gale Opufcula Mythologica, Phyfica & Ethica, gr. lat, y^w/. 

1683 

8963 Geoponicorum five de re ruftica libri xx. graece, Bajtl 1539 

8964 — ' *— — Idem gr. ht. cum notis Needham, Cantab. 1704. 

8965 — '■ — Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur. • - ■ ib. 1 704 

8966 Geographia vet. Scriptores Gra:ci minores cum Interpretat. Latina,, 

Diifertat. ac Annotat. Jof. Hudfoni, 4 vol, . Oxo». tS^S 

8967 Gruteri Lampas five Fax Artium liberalium, hoc eft, Thefaurus eric. 

7 vol. " ' " • Franco f. l6oz 

8968 Gulielmii Plaurinarum Quaeftionum Comment, Paris \:^%^ 

8969 Gratii Falifci Cynegeticon cum notis Tho. Johnfon, Lend. 1699 

8970 • — — . Idem, interfoliatUy cum notis MS. ■ — — ib. I-99 

Sgji ' — — de Venatione, _— . Lugd. cipud Scb.Grjpb. i:;^j 

5972 Grombecii de Accentibus Ebraicis Libellus, L. Bat. apud Plantin 

r . '593 

8973 Gifanii Obfervationes fingukres In Linguam Latinam, interfdiata^ 

Francof. 1624. 

8974 Golii Gramm. GrsBca, — Argent, xbx^o 

897? Grobianus & Grobiana de Morum Simplicitate, Franco/. 1554 

897^ Godfcalci Latini Sermonis Oblervat. per ordinem Alphabet, digelte. 

Ant v. 1536 
8977 Gracas Gramm, in ufum Genevenfis Scholas prefcripts, Ger.e-o^ 

1567 

5978 Gramm. Anglicana praecipue quatenus a Latina diiFert ad unicam P. 

Rami methodum concinnata, - ■ Cantab. 1594. 

8979 Homeri Opera gr lat. edidit Maittaire, 2 vol. ■ ■ — Lond. \-jzz 

8980 — — ' — Idem grace, 2 vol, lineis rubris, — Venet. 1547 
8981 Idem gr. 2 vol. corio turcica Joins deaur. — — z^. 1542 

8982 — — Idem gr. 2 vol. • Venet. apud Aldmn 15^4. 

8983 — Idem gr. 2 vol. corio turcica deaur. Joliis deaur. ib. apud ib. 

1517 

8984 ■' ■ idem gr. cum fcholiis grajcis, 3 vol. corio turcica foliis deaur. 

ib. apud ib. I524 

8985 — Idem gr, lat. cum fcholiis Giphanii, 2 vol. Argent, i^yz 

8956 — Idem gr. lat. 2 vol. corio turcica deaur. Jhliis deaur. apud 

CriCpin 1567 

8987 — Idem gr. 2 vol, ■ - apud ib. 1^59 

8988 — — — Idem gr. 2 vol. corio turcica, lineis rubris, Joliis deaur. apud 

ib. 1559 

8989 — fes Oeuvres tradijite en Francois avec des Remarques par i\'J . 

Dacier & DifTertations critique fur Tlliade, 8 torn. Paris lyii 

8990 — — — Batrachomyomachia gr. lac. cum comment. M. Maittaire, 

Lend. 172! 

8991 Idem, corio turcica Joliis demur. • ■ ib. ly 21 

8992 — llias cum fciioliis Didymi, 2 vol. cb. mux. — Oxan. 

^993 — — — Idem, coria turcica, lineis rubris, Jiliit dt.tur. Paris apud 

iCurneltfTn 1554 

Q.q z 8995 



3oS Libri Claftci, ^c, Oaavo. 

8994. fon Iliade traduite en Francois avec des Remarques par M. 

Dacier, 3101x1. ■' « ■ Paris 171 1 

8995 -! Odyfltfa grJECe, ' aptui Crifpin 1 567 

8996 Odiffea tradotto in volgare Fiorentino da Girolamo BaccelK, 

Firenze 1582 

8997 Centones, Paris apud hen. Steph. 1578 

8998 Horatii Opera i£neis Tabulis incidit Joh. Pine, 2 vol. Lond. 1733 

8999 Idem cum notis Cuningamii, ch. max. Haga Com. 1721 

9000 Idem edidit W. Baxter, ■ Lond. x^ox 

9001 — Idem, ch.max. > ■ ib. 1701 

9002 -Idem cum notis var. accurante Schrevelio, L. Bat. 1663 

9003 — — — Idem in ufum Delphini, ■ Lond. 1699 

9004 Id^m, lineis rubris, foliis deaur. Paris apud Rob. Steph. »544 

9005 Juvenalis & Perfii Satyrje, lineis rubris, foliis deaur. ib. apud ib. 

»544 

9006 Horatii Opera cum fcholiis Hen. Stephani, apud ipfum Steph. 1588 

9007 cum notis Clicvbotii, Paris x^tz 

9008 Idem, »«__— Venet. apud Aldtm 1509 

9009 — ■ Idem, Uteris init. cujufque libri pulcber . deaur . ib. apud ib. 

1501 

9010 — Idem & Juvenalis & Perfii Satyrae, — — Bafil 1524 

9011 Idem, ■ ■ Cantab. I "/ox 

9012 — .— . Idem accedunt Rutge'rfii Led. Venufinae, 7. Bat. 1699 

901 3 — ■ Idem, I 2mo, /o/iis deaur. Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 1 554 

90 1 4 — - Idem, I zmo, corio turcica foliis deaur. Antv. apud Plantin 

1580 

9015 — — —Idem, ixmo, ' " Paris apud Colin<£um X^^o 

901 6 — — — Le meme en Latin & en Francois avec des Remarques cri- 

tiques & hiftoriques par Dacier, 10 torn. • ■ • Paris x yog 

9017 — de Arte Poetica cum notis Jafonis de Noris, ib. 1554 

9018 • Idem, . Fenet. apud Aldi Filios 1553 

9019 Hiftoriae Augullx Scriptores vi. cum notis var. 2 vol. L. Bat. 1671 

9020 — Idem, 2 vol. ■ ■ Paris apud Rob. Steph. x^^^/^ 

902 1 Idem, ■ Fener. apud Aldum i^zt 

90 2 2 — Idem, 2 vol. corio turcica foliis deaur. ib. apud ib. Ijig 

9023 Herodote fes Hilloires traduite en Francois par Du Ryer, 3 vol. Paris 

1677 

9024 Herodoto Alicamafeo Hiftorico delle guerre de Graeci & de Perfi tra- 

dotto di Greco in Lingua Italiana per Mattheo Maria Boiardo, 

Venet ia 1539 
902- Herodiani Hift. lib. viii. recogniti & notis illullrati, ch. max. Oxon. 

1699 

9026 — — ' Idem lat. ■ - '• Paris apud Rob. Steph. »544 

<;o27 — fdem gr. lat. ■ ' Venet. apud Aldum 1524 

9028 Hieroclis Comment, in aurea Carmina de Providentia & Fato, gr. lat. 

cum notis Pet. Needham, ■ Cantab. \'J0(^ 

9029 — Idem gr. Lit. cum notis Cafauboni, — — — Lond. 1673 

9030 • Idem lat. ■- Venet. 1554 

903 1 Hadriani tie Sermone Latino & modis Lat. loquendi Liber» Lugd. 

1581 
9332 i II ■ ' Idem, ■■ Paris apud Colimeum 1534 

9033. Hugenii Momenta Defultoria Poematum lib. xiv. Hagte Com. 1055 

I 9034- 



Lihrt Claficj, t^c. Odavo. 309 ■ 

9634 Hickefii Linguarum Vet. Septentrionalium Thefauri Grammatico, 

Critici & Archsologici, ■ Land. 1708 

9035 Hayne de Linguis in genere, '■» ib. ib^q 

9036 Hortulus Pacrorum, — >— Lugrl. 1596 

9037 Huctii (Petri) Carmina, .— .- Paris 1709 

9038 Heinfii Poematum, >■ ■ — — Jmfi. 164.9 

9039 Hegendorphini Libri Dialedicae legalis quinque, Paris apud Roh. 

Steph. 1532 

9040 Juftini Hiftor. e Trogo Pompeio libri xliv. edidit Hearne, charta max. 

Oxon. 1705 
904 r — — Idem cum notisvar. curante Gronovio. L. Bat. 1719 

904Z I^em, • '- Lugd. apudSeb. Gryph. 1542 

9043 Idem, corio turcica foliis deaur. Venet. apud Aldum »523 

9044 - ■ Idem cum variis Left. ■ Paris apud Dwval 1581 

9045 Jullin fon Hiftoire, 2 tom. ■ Lyon. 1726 

9046 Juvenalis & Perfii Satyrae in ufum Delphini. ~ Lond. 1699 

9047 ■ Idem, cum nods var. ' " Amji. 1684 

9048 ———Idem, •' ■- ■ ■■ Vev.et. apud Aldum 1501 

9049 ' Idem, Uteris init. cujufq. Satyree pulcher. illuminat. corio 

turcica dtaurat. — — . * '535 

9050 ^ Idem, corio turcica deaurat. Florent. apud Juntas 1513 

905 1 Idem, ■ ■ » Paris, apud Robt. Steph. 1 549 

9052 - Idem, cum annotat. Theod. Pulmanni, Jnt-v. apudPlantin 

1565 

9053 ■ Idem, izmo. lineis rubris, • ib. apud ih. l^^^ 

9054 Juvenalis Satyra;, corio turcica faliis deaurut. Paris, apud Colinaum 

'535 

9055 Jamefii Ifagoge in Linguam Chaldaeam. — — . Zo«i7'. 1651 

9056 Ifcrhielm Obfervationes in Linguam Succanam, typis Werneriams. 

9057 Jenfii Lucubrationes Hefychiana; Obfervata in Stylo Homeri. Ve- 

tera Epigrammata Grasca pro anecdotis prodeuntia. Rotterd. IJ4.Z 

9058 Junii Nomenclator Omnium rerum propria nomina feptem diverfis 

linguis explicata Indicans. ■ — • Fra/icf. i^gi 

5059 Ker Seleftarum de Lingua Latina Obfervationum libri duo. Lond. 

1709 

9060 Ludolfi Grammatica Ruffica. ■ Oxon. 1 696 

9061 Laftantii Opera. ■ Venet. apud Jidum i^^:^ 

9062 ■ Idem, cum notis var. - T. adRh.i6()Z 

9063 Livii Hiiloria, 3 vol. cum notis var. ■ .Atnj:. 1679 

9064 ■ Idem, cum notis Tho. Hearne, 6 tom. 3 xol.Ox.i'-.oS 

9065 ■ — Idem, cum fupplementis Freinftiemii receiiUiit & notulis 

auxit Joa. Clericus, 10 vol. — -■ Jmji. x'-fio 

9066 ■■' Idem, 4 vol. ■ Fenet. c pud Aldum 1518 

9067 ■■ Idem, 4 vol. Florent. apud yunt. 1522 

9068 Idem, ex recenfione Groncvii, 3 vol. L. Bat. apud 

Elz. i6j4 

9069 Lucanusde Bello Civili, cum notis var. accurante Schreveiio, L.Bat. 

1669 

9070 Idem, ■ ' — Paris, apud Rob. Steph. I ^j^i^ 

9071 ' Idem, cum notis Cortii. — Lipftx 1726 

9072 - Idem, I Paris, apud ColinauTn \^z% 

9073 Idem, -..>i..i ■ ' i ■ ■ Ant'v. 1556 

5Q^-r^ » j^ Idem, a .Mattaire. r- L^nd. 17 1 9 



3IO Lihri Clafficiy 6fc. Odavo. 

9075 ■■' ■-'• Idem, • Lugd. apndGryph. 1547 

9076 Idem 1 21110. ■ Parts , GpudColituaim i^^-^ 

^077 - ' ' ■'• Jdem iztno. y^>U^. apud Plantinl^d^ 

9078 Longinus de Sublimitate, gr. lat. — - ■ Oxon ij\o 

50-9 Idem, gr. lat. ■ ■■■■ ■ C. Allob. i6it 

9060 Luciani Opera, gr. lat. cum notis Benedicli, 2 vol. Salmufti 1619 
9081 ■ ' ' ■ «■ Mortuorum Dialogi, gr. lat. corio turcica foliis deaurat. 

Paris 1 656 

9C82 Marini Dialogi grjece, — — Lovct/iii i^^g 

5083 Pieudofophiita feu Soloecifia, cum notis Joh. Geo. Grjevii, 

/imJi.apudElz^ \66i 

9084 Lucretius de rerum natura, libri fex. Afitv. upud Plantin 1566 

9085 ■-- Cum notis Lambjni, — — Franco/. -apud Ifechelum l ^i^ 

9086 ■ ■ Idem, —.— — - — . Pari!) ^64. 

9087 - Idem, — ■ ^*'^«'- apud Seb. Gryph. 1548 

9088 Lucrece de la Nature des Chofes, lat. & fr. 2 torn. Paris 1708 
90i'9 Lingus Grseca; Inilitutiones Grammatics, Edinburgh ij^x 
9C90 L^rnutii (Jani) Carmina, * ^nti;. apud Planti7i\x,f(^ 

9091 Lapmii Inllitutionum Fiorentins Linguas, libri duo, Florentice, apud 

Juntas I 5 74 

9092 Lipfii Animadverfiones in Tragtcdias qu£B L. Annaco Seneca tribuun- 

tur, L. Bat. apud Plantin \(^^i 

9093 Leodegarii a Quercu Pra:ledlionum & Poematum liber, Paris, apud 

Richardum 1 5 49 

9094 Libelius de Primis Latinae Grammatices Rudimenta, Florentine, apud 

Juntas I 563 
909^ Linacri de Emendata Struflura L\tini Sermonis, libri VI. B ^/.1560 
9096 Minucii Felicis Odavius, cum notis var. recenfuit Davifius, ch. max, 

Cantab. 171a 
gog7 Idem, cum notis var. ex recenfione Gronovii, L. But. 1709 

9098 Mufa; Juveniles. — Land, ly^z 

9099 Maittaire Grascse Linguae Dialedli, ■' Hga^Com. I738 

9100 Marulli Hymni & Epigr.tmmata. — Floretit. 1497 

9101 Mofchopuli Scholia ad Homeri Iliados, lib. i & 1 1. cum notis var. F. 

ad Rh. 1 7 19 

9102 Macrobii Opera, cum notis var. L. Bat. 167O 

9 1 03 ■ Idem, cum notis Hen. Stephani, foliis deaurat. Paris. 1585 

9104 Montani Didtionarium Tetraglotton. ' Amjh 1664 

9105 Maximus Tyrius, gr. lat. recenfuit &: notulis iilult. Joa. Davifii, Can- 

tab. 1703 

91 c6 . Idem, grajce. ■ Paris, apud Hen. Stepb. 1557 

9107 Malalas Hilloria Chronica, gr. lat. cum notis Chilmeadi. Oxon.\ 6()i 
9103 Menandri Sc Philomonis Reliquia;, gr. lat. cum notis Grotii et 

Clerci. . — — -^m/i. 1709 

9109 Mufaei Grammatici de Herone & Leandro Carmen, cum conjefturis 

ineditis P. Francii, & notis Schraderi. - ■ ■ Lecvardi^ 1742 

^110 Idem, cum notis Matth. Rover. L. Bai. 1737 

9111 Martialis Epigrammata, cum notis var. ib.xbbi 

^112 - Idem, — — Florentia-, apud Juntas I ^tz 

9113 ' Idem, cum notis Farnabii, 3 \'ol. Jmjl. 1676 

91 14 Mercerius de Confcribendo Epigrammata. • . ■ ' " ■ Paris 16^^ 
91 iq Molnar Didionanum Ung.ui.co latinum. Htidelherg^g (621 
9116 Menagii Poemata. \ — P^r/j 1658 

j»iJ7 



% 



Ubri Clafficu ^c. Ofllvo. 511 

11 17 Morelli Carmen Parodicum de Aquis & carum miraculis. m. 1625 

1118 Meliffi Schediifmata Poetica, — — — — ib. 1586 
1,1 1 g Mufe Bricannica: e Poematis varii argument!, Lond. 1711. 
II 20 Mori Enchiridion Ethicum, /o//7.t deuuruiis, — — ih. 171 1 
Il2j Munfteri Diftionarium Hebraicum, Bofil. apud Yroben, \v^\% 
1122 Magiftri (Thomae) Didionum Atticarum CoUedio, gr. lat. Paris, 

apud Vcfcojan 1 5 3 2 
J 12^ .. — Grammatica Gra^a, ■ — - Ronue 1517 

ff24. Martinii Grammatica Hebrsa. ■ Amfi. i6zi 

ria5 Melandhonis Declamationes, ■ ■ Argentorati\^']0 

126 — — ■■ ■ > ■■ Grammatica Latina. Paris, apud Robt. Steph. 1545 

1127 Mureti Argumentorum & Scholiorum in Terentium liber, Ant'v. apud 

PLntin 1580 
II 28 Mecherchusde Veteri et Reda Pronuntiatione Linguae Grsecs, Bru- 

gis K65 

129 Manutii Eleganze infieme con la Copia della Lingua Tofcana e La- 

tina, — — • ' Venetia 1575 

130 I I Orthographiae Ratio. Venet. apud JIdum 1566 

1131 — Phrafes Linguae Latinae. '■ ' ■ Land. 1579 

1132 Mufaei Opufculum de Herone & Leandro Graec. ib. apud ib. 15 17 
If 33 Mancinelli Speculum de Moribus & Officiis, — — Colom^. 
1134. Macaronicorum Poema, corio turcica foliis dec-uratis.. '53® 

1135 Mederi Anagrammatara Ubri tres. • • Rojiochii 163s 

1136 Mori (Thomae) Epigrammata. — ->~ Land. 1638 

1137 Nomii Liber Satyrarum Sexdecim, — — — L. Bat. 1703 

1138 Nouvelle Methode pour Apprendre faciiement la Lang;:e Latine, 

Prris 1 667 
11-^9 Nicols de Literis Inventis, libri fex. — — •—— Land. 1716 

(140 - - ■ \disxa, corio turcica foliis deaurat. ■ ib. 171 I 

114.1 Nonius Marcellus de Proprietate Sermcnum. — — Paris 1614 
1142 — — — — — Idem, ■ Antv . apud P lantin 1 5 65 

r i>«eundri Tabulae Gnecae Linguae. Witcberga. 

>'43 s Pliiloporius de Differentiis vocura Grscarum quoad Tonum, 

{^ Spiritum, Genus, &c. — — ib. 161 5 

1144 Ncbulo Nebulonum, hoc eft Joco feria Modernae Nequitise Ceniura, 

rrancof. 1620 
)f45 Nonni Paraphrails ih Joannem, gr. lat. verf heroicis. Lipji ^ i6\-^ 

1146 Nicandri Theriaca et Alexipharmaca Latine. Franco/. 1532 

1147 Ovidii EpillolaJ, Paris, apud Celinaum 1536 

1148 — — Le meme en Francois, par Gafpar Bachet, 2 torn Huye 1716 
)i49 — — Metamorphofeon in ufum Delphini, recenfuit Joh. Friend, 

Oxon 1696 

5150 — — Idem, Ftorenti/e apudyuntas 1572 

)IS» ' '■ Idem, Venet. cpiia Aldum \il\ 

M52 — — lAtm,foliis deauratis, Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. I5s4 

)I53 Idem, — Antv. apud P/antin i^SZ 

)I54 ■ Fafli Triftium & de Ponto. Paris, apudColinaum 1536 

)i55 Opera omnia, 3 vol. cum notis var. Amjl. 17O2 

)I56 ■' '■ Idem, 3 vol. cori^ turcica foliis deaaratis. Venet. apud Aldum 

1516 
)I57 — . Idem, 3 vol. recenfuit Heinfius. AmJl. apud Elz. 1661 

^158 — — • Idem, 3 vol. hugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 1547 

9159 



312 Libri Clajftci^ ^c. Oftavo/ 

9159 Idem, 3 vol. corio turcica ^ lineis ruhr'u foliis deaurat. ih. apud 

ib. 1550 
9r6o Othonis Lexicon Rabbinico-Philologicum, Ge»e<v<e i6-j ^ 

9161 Ofmannus Tragcedia, per Petrum Halleiimi. Paris. 

91 02 Ockleii Introdudio ad Linguas Orientales, Loud. 

9163 Orphei Argonautica Hymni &de Lapidibus, gr, lat. cum notisEfchen- 

bachii, » T. ad Rh, l6Sg 

9164 Obfopaeus de Arte Bibendi et Jocandi, F. ad Mtenum 1 578 
916^' Oweni Epigrammatum. Amji . apud Elx.. xh^'j 

9166 Plinii Hiftorias Naturalis, cum notis var. 3 vol. L. Bat. 1669 

9167 ■ Idem, 4 vol. Venet. apud Aldum 1536 

9168 ' Idem, 3 vol. ' Lugd. Bat. apud EIz. 16^^ 

9169 • • Epiflolas & Panegyricus, cum notis T. Hearne, Oxoa 1703 

9170 ■ ■- • Idem, cum notis var. L. Bat. 1669 

91 7 1 • ' Idem, /o/iis deauratis, Fetut. apud Aldum \-^c% 

9172 — — ■ Idem, ■ ■ ' ' ■ Bafil. 1526 
9*73 " ' Idem, ■ ' L. Bat. apud Elz. 1640 
9 1 74 • Idem, corio turcica foliis deaurat. ib. apud ib. 1640 

9175 Plinii Epiftola?, ■_ Paris, apud Robt. Steph. 1529 

9176 — — fes Lettres, 3 tom. m Paris 1702 

9177 Plutarchi Vitsgraec. 7 vol. Paris, apud Robt. Steph. i^jz 

9178 ■ fes Ouvres tranflates de Grec. en Francois, par Amyot, 12 

tom. re/ie en marcquin, dor ee fur la tranche, Paris, par Vafcofan 1 567 
91 -g Perfii Satyrae fex, cum comment. Joa. Bond, Paris, apud Crameify 

1644 

9180 ' " ' " '■ Idem, corio turcica foliis deaurat. ib. apud Patijfonium 

1585 

9181 Prudentii Opera, ■ ■ 1 . » Amji. apud Elz. i66j 

9182 ' Idem, corio turcica foliis deaurat. ib. apud ib. x^Sj 

9183 Phadri Fabulffi Efopis lib. v. cum notis var. curante Burmanno, 

Amft. 1698 

9184 Pindari Olympia Nemea Pythia Iflhmia, gr. lat. apud Commelin 

1598 

Idem, Graec. ■' ■ L. Bat. apud Plantin I ^go 



9185 -^ Anacreontis Opera, gr. lat. cum Obfervat. Hen. Stephani, Paris, 

apud Molel. I 556 

9186 Pindari Opera, gr. lat. 2 vol. ■ Paris, apud Hen. Steph. i^hb 
918; Plauti ComaedisB XX, ch. max. ■■ - Venet. apud Aldum 1 52 2 
9188 . • Idem, cum notis var. ex recenfione Gronovii, L. Bat. 

1664 
91 89 - Idem, corio turcica deaurat. Flarentite, apud Juntas 1514 

9190 i i ' 1 Idem, foliis deaurat. ^"■gd- apud Seb. Gryph. 1554 

9191 ■■ Idem, cum notis Camerarii, Ant^v. apud Plant. 1592 

9192 — — Le meme traduites en Francois, parte Fevre, Par. 1691 

9193 Petronius Arbiter, cum notis var. - Amft.ihb^ 

9194 Idem, • — — Lipfia ij-J^l 

9195 ■ Idem, cum Fragmentis & Obfervat. Parei, Lugd.x6t^ 

9196 ■ Idem, Paris, apud Patijfonium 1587 

9 '97 " ' Idem, ■ " — ■ L. Bat. apud Plantin l^g6 

9198 ' Le meme Francois & Latin. 2 tom. a'vec fig. Cologne xSqj^ 

9199 Poraponius Mela de Situ Orbie, cum annotat. Olivarii Valentini, 

Paris, apud Colimeum 1539 

9200 ' " ■ ■■ Idem, cum notis Gronovii, ■ " ■ L. Bat. 1696 

9201 



Uhri Ckjfici, &c. Odlax^o. gig 

9201 Polybii Hiftoria, gr. lat. cum notis Cafauboni & Alicrum, 3 vol 



Jm/t 
^2oa ■ ■ Idem, Latine, per Perettum, 



9203 Pontani Opera, 2 vol. /b/iis deaurat. Venet. apud Aldum 

9204 ■ Idem, 3 vol. chart, max. »• ■ ib.apudib. 

^205 — — — Idem, • — • '— — Florentia apud Juntas 

9206 Polysni Strategamatum, gr. lat cum notis var. h. Bat. 

9207 Pervigilium Veneris, cum notis var. — - — - Hag^ Com. 

9208 Prat. Grammatica Latina, corio turcica foli'is dec.urat. Lond. 

9209 Poffelii Caliigraphia, — — Franco/. ., pud Wechelium 

9210 Syntaxis Grsca. — Witeberga 

9211 — — — Colloquia Familiaria, gr. lat. ■ Lond. 

9212 Poetae Grasci Aiinores Selefli & Emendati, gr. lat. ib. 

9213 Parci Caliigraphia Romana, ■ Franco/. 

9214 Lexicon Plautinum. • • ■ • France/ 

9215 Popms de differentiis Verborum, lib. iv. Lip/ia 

9216 Porti Diiftionarium Doricum, graec. lat. Franca/ 

9217 Pifldas Mundi Opificium, gr. lat. — ■< — apudCommelin 

9218 Profopjeia Virtutum & Vitiorum grscis Jambicis Senariis fcripta ab 

autore incerto, — — . ■ Paris, apud Morel. 

9219 Pdfore Lexicon grsc. lat. in N. Teftamentum, - Lond. 

9220 Perionii Dialogi de Linguae Gallicas Origine, Faris 

9221 Proverbiales grascorum verfus, Luteti^e, apud Morel 

9222 Pignae (Jo. Bapt.) Carminum, lib. iv. - — '" Venet. 

9223 Poematium Dramaticum, gr. lat. Faris, apud Morel. 

9224 Pfeudocicero Dialogus Hen. Stcphani, apud ip/um Steph. 

9225 Poetffi Bucolici Lat. Antiqui Moderni, Bafi!. apud Oporinum 

9226 Peliffoni Rudimenta prima Latinas Grammatices, Pans, apud 

Steph 



9227 Porcii Catonis de re Ruflica, cum notis Aafonii, L. Bat. apud Plant 

tin I - ^o 
922S Parthenii Pifcatoria & Nautica, cum fig. /oliis deaurat. Necpoli 168;; 

9229 Palcarii de Animorum immortalitate, libri iii. Lugd. apud Sea, Gryph. 

.53^ 

9230 Paiot Syntaxis Grsca Verfibus confcripta. F/exi^ 1643 

9231 Poflellus de Fasnicum Literis, •*— -•■ •- Paris [$1^2 

9232 Quintiliani Inftitutionum Oratoriu.Ti, libri xii. cb. max. corio turcica 

" ■ S'4 

733 

?34 

7Q9 
cum 

734 



/oliis deaurat. • — Venet. apud Aldum 

9233 — — Idem, cum notis Caroli Rollin, ' Lo7id. 

9234 ■ . Opera, Lugd. apudSeb. Gryph. 

9235 ■ ■■' ' ■■ Idem, 2 vol. cum notis var. • L. Bat. 

9236 Quilleti Callipadia, ^ Lond. 

9^n Quinti Calabri PraetermifTorum ab Homero, lib. xiv. gr. lat. 

notis var. — — . — ~— L. Bat. 

9238 — — Idem, Grsc. ■ • ■ ■ — ^ Venet. apud Aldum 

9239 Rhetores Selefti, gr. lat. ■■ — — — Qxon 

9240 Idem, chart, -max. < — . • — — -* ib. 

9241 Ruddimanni Grammatical Latinas Inftitutiones, 2 vol. Edinb. 

9242 Rami Dialedtica, -— ■■'■■ ■ '■ ' ■ ■ Lond. 

9243 " Scholae Grammatics. — . Paris, apud fVcchelum 



670 

597 
5.8 
518 

5'4 
690 
712 
722 
600 
616 
660 
728 
620 
6.4 
741 
603 
596 



6it 
644 
55; 
S94 
Sf? 
,-98 

57J 

656 

Car. 

560 



676 
67$ 

m 
583 

>59 



(^244 ■■ — Prsledtiones in Virgilii Georgicorum,. iib. iv. Franco/ apud 

ib. »578 

R t 9^46 



314 Liki Clajid, &c. O6lavo. 

924.6 Richeriusde Analogia Caufis Eloquentii* & Linguas Patrize locuple- 

tfinda; merhcdo. ■ ■ Pnrh, apud Morel. 1601 

924.7 Rilandi Galatea Lufus Poeticus & Varia Poemata, F. ad Rh. 1724. 
^z\% Rutilius Lupus de nguris Sententiarum ac Verborum, Paris, apud 

Robt. Stcfh. 1541 

9i49 Ringelbergius de Perodis, ■■ ■ • Ait'v.iS^^ 

yi^o RIchaidfon de Stylo Latino formando, ■ Oxort. i6jS 

V^s' Rapini Opera Poetica, ■ ^ L. Bat, i6jz 

9252 Sallullii Opera, cum notis var. ■ — — ib. 1677 

9253 ■».. . ■ Idem, cum notis Vulpii, ■ P atai'ii x^zz 
935+ Idt-!!!, edente & recenfente Lud. Carrione, ^w/'y. cpudPlcm- 

tin 1579 

S;255 Idem, per Maittaire, ■ L(tnd. 171 3 

^256 Salluiiii Opera, cum Indicibus & variis Ledlionibus, Oxon. \~o\ 

9257 ■■' Idem, ■ — L.Bat.apud Elx. 1634 

9258 ■ \d.em, corio turcica foliis deaurat, tb.o.pudih. 1 634 

f ■■ Idem, — Roma 149O 

9-59 s Pomponii Lxti Romana; Hillorlas Compendium, Venet. \\^c) 

L Joan. Gabrielis Selecta Ciceronis, ■'■■ ■ H^'9 

9260 Senecae Tragadia:, cum notis var. ■ Amji. 1682 

9261 i . Idem, • ■ ■ ' Venet. apud Aldum 1517 

9262 Idem, ■ Lugd. Seb. Gryph. 1 548 

9263 . Opera Philorophica, .■ Vefiet. apud Aldum 1522 

92^4. ■ Idem, cum notis var. 3 vol. ■ AmJl. 1672 

926; ■ Idem, 4 vol. AmJl. apud El%. 1659 

9266 • Idem, 4 vol. corio turcica foliis deaurat. ib. apud ib, 1659 

9267 Statii Opera, cum notis var. ■ L. Bat. 1671 

9268 Idtm, foliis dc'mratis, • Paris, apud Colinaumxt^'^O 

9269 ■ Idem, Uteris initial, colorat. Venet . apud Aldum \ ^OZ 

9270 Idem, corio turcica deaurat. • ib. apud, ib, 1502 

9271 Idem, • Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 1559 

9272 Silius Italicus, Bajtl. 1522 

9 27 3 Iden\,y'oL'is di-aurat. ■ ' Lugd.\<^\\ 

9274 ■ Idem, foliis deaurat. — Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. l^t^l 

9275 Sulpicii Severi Opera omnia, cum notis var. . AmJi. 1665 

9276 ■ Idem, cum notis Vorftii, ■ Lipfsrs 1709 

9277 Idem, — — — L. Bat. apud Elz. xh^l 

9278 Suetonii Opera, cum comment. Schildli. • L. Bat.xdbz 

9279 . Idem, — Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph, 1534 

9280 ■ ' Idem, cum comment. Torrentii, Ant-v. apudPlantin 1578 
cjzZl - . . — Idem, lirieis rubris, Paris, apud Colitiautn i^^T, 

9282 • Idem, . ■■ Paris, apud Roht. Stephajii 1543 

c;28'3 Idem, 1 2mo. Lugd. apud Seb. Gryph. 1551 

y28^ . Idem, • ■ . — AmJl.apudElz.xtji 

928s Le mcme en Francois, par du Teil, AmJi. 1699 

9286 Sophoclis 1 ragccdix, gr. lat. cum notis, &c. The. Johnfon, 2 vol. 

Oxon, 1 705 

9287 ■ ■ Tragccdiar fcptem graic. Paris, apud Colinaum. 

9288 • Idtm, corio tjircico foliis deai/rat. ib. apud ib. 

9289 ■ Idem, latine, - •• • •■ />;/;:/, 1543 

9^90 — J.c meme en Francois par Dacier. Parii 1693 

929» 



Lihri ClaJJici, &c. 06lavo, i^]^ 

9291 StOzii Poetae Pater Sc Filius, con'o turcica foUh deaurat. Pivli, rpiid 

Colin fxw/i I 5 30 

9292 ' Idem, •' " ■ Venct. cipid Aldu^n »5 13 

9293 ' Idem, corio turcica foliis deaurat. ih. c.-pud ih. 1 5 1 3 

9294 Sannazarii Opera omnia, ■ Venet. apnd Aldmn x^i^^ 
^295 ' Rothomagi xhzg 

9296 Scholia in Septem Euripidis Traccedias grsec. Fenef. ^'pttdJunt.i^Z^ 

9297 Stephani Lexicon Ciceronianum grrec . lat. ap. ipfum Hen. Steph. 155:7 

9298 de Abufu Linguae Grxca;. apud ih. 1573 

9299 ■ Hypomnefes de Gall. Lingua, cpudib. 1582 

9300 Sephani Latinae Linguae cum Gra^ca Collatio ex Prifciano, Paris., 

cipud Cir. Sfrph. 1554 

9301 > Parodias Morales in Poetaram vet. fententias celcbriorcs toti- 

dem verfibusgr. ab. eo redditas, • — — — apudih.i^-jc 

9302 Epigrammata Grsca felefta ex Auchologia, cpudih. 1570 

9503 Sambuci Emblemata, • . Jui-v. rpiid Plaritin \^6^ 

9304 Segtimii Florentis in Arillophanis Irenam vel Pacem Comment Glof- 

femata, — — > Paris, apud Morel. \^^g 

930; Santotii Opera Poetica, 2 vol. corio turcica faliis deaurat. Par. 1698 

9306 Schreberi Hortulus Gra^cus, Litjt.-c \j 10 

9307 Scaligeri de Caufis Lingu:e lat. libri tredccim, apud CommcUn ilo-:) 

9308 Scsvolas Sammarthani Poemata, corio turdco fuliis deaurat. Paris, 

(pud Patijj'oniitm I 587 

9309 Sociaci (Benedidi Silva; & Opufcula Sacra, foUis deaurat. Mediolani 

1612 

9310 Sententioe Veterum Poetarum, per Geo. Majorcm, in locos commu- 

nes digeftas, Paris, apud Rob. Stcphan. 1551 

93 1 1 Stewechius de Particulis Linguae Latina;. C. Agripp. 1:580 

9312 Schori Ratio Dilcendje Docenda^que Lingua: Latina: & Graic. Lec- 

^Jardiiff 169 c 

9313 Scutum Chriftianum Pentaf, Hebdomas k Ogdoas, Paris, apudMorrl. 

1598 

9314 Seleftorum Carminum ex DoftifT. Poetis Cclledl. 1590 

9315 Sturmii Partitionum Dialedicarum, libr: duo, Paris, apud Wechelimt 

1539 

9316 Sabxi Brifciani Epigrammatum, • Rojn^s \:t:^ 

93 1 7 Symphofii ^nigmata, — — . Paris i ^ ' 7 

9318 Spinuls Opera. Venct. apud ZiLtum i'^Gt, 

93 1 9 Sobrino Ion Grammaire Efpagnolle et Francoile, Brujfelle i~iy 

9320 Setoni Dialedtica, ►- Lo?id. 1584 

9321 Satyra Dii veliram fidem. 

9322 Symfonus de Accentibus Hebraicis, . > Lo»d. i6iy 

9323 Terentii Comcedios iex, cum notis van L. Bat. 1669 

9324 Idem, cum notis Tho. Fitzgerald, Loud. 1736 

9323 Idem, cum comment. Antefignani, Lugd.irto 

9326 Idem, ex vetull. I;b. & vcrfuum ratione ;i Gab. Faerno 

emendate Opera & Itudio P. Vidlorii, Hcidelhcrg^v 1587 

9327 ' Idem, Florentine, apud Ju7itas I565 

9328 ■ Idem, corio turcica, • • i/>. apud ib.i^^z 

9329 ■ Idem, cum comment. Donari, Paris, apud Rob. Step/:. \ -^o 
^3^0 ■ "^ ' Idem, corio turcica foliis deaurat. Plorcntia, apud 'Juntas 

'•5'7 

R r 2 9351 



3i6 Libri Clajftci, &c. Odlavo. 

9331 ■ ■■ 1.1 ■ Idem, ■ -^ Vena. 1501 

t)332 ■ Idem, corio turcica foUis deaurat. Venet. apud Jlclum i^z\ 

9333 • Idem, cum notis Tan. Faber, Sa/muzii ibyi 

9334 ■ ■ Idem, a Maittaire, • — r— Land, 1713 

93.^5 •■■ ■■ - Idem, -—— L. Bat. apud Elz. 1635 

9336 ■ — Idem, accefferunt VarL-e Leftiones, Cantab. ijoi 

9337 Idem, cum comment. Mureti, Jnt-v. apudPlantin 1565 

9338 - Idem, Paris^ apud Reb. Steph. I540 

933*5 — — — Idem, ad ufum Delphini, ' Land. 1700 

9340 -■ Le meme en Francois, par Dacier, 3 torn. Jmji. 1706 

9341 Taciti Opera, ck.max. — Venet. apud J/dum li;^^ 

9342 — Idem, 2 vol. cum rotis var. recenfuit Gronovius, JmJL 1685 

9343 • ■ ■ ' Idem, cum notis Lipfii, y/nt'v. apud Plantin \<i7^ 

J)344 — — L3em, 2 vol. • — ■ L. Bat. apud E/z. 16/^0 

93^15 Theocriti Opera, gr. lat. cum Scholiis Graecis notis & Indicibus, Ox. 

1699 

9346 Idem, Graec, — — — — Rom^ 15 16 

9347 . — . Idem, Graze, cnm Schol'ns, cerio turcico deaurat. ib.i^iS 

9348 Idyllia Latine. T^w/. 1539 

9349 Theocrito Volgarizzato da Domenico Regolotti, Tarifio 1529 

9350 Thucididis de Bello Pelopcnefiaco, lib. viii. lat. ab Hen. Stephani re- 

COgnica, Franco/, apud Wechelum I589 

9351 Thfcophrafti Chara^^eres Ethici, gr. ht. cum notis Cafauboni recen- 

fuit Needham, — ! Cautab. lyiz 

9352 Trap PrjEjefliones Poeticae, z vol. Oxon. 171 1 

9353 Turfellinus de Particulis Latina; Orationis, ■ 1 ■ Lipfiee \yo<) 

9354 Turnebi Comment. & Emendat. in lib. M. V^arronis de Lingua Lat. 

Paris 1 5 66 

9355 Tzetzjp Allegoric Mytholog. Phyficas Morales, Paris apud Morel. 

1616 

9356 Thefaurus rerum& Verborum Virgilii, r— Turnoni l^SS 

93)7 Theodori Prodromi Rhodanihes & Dcficiis Amorum, libri ix. gr. 

lat. — — • - — • Paris 162^ 

9358 Tondall Compendium & Sync^fis in decern lib. Ethicorum Ariftot. 

Paris, apud Vafcofan 15 54 

9359 Thefaurus Ciceronianus Linguoe Latinae, ■ i?8o 

9360 Taubmarii DifTertatio de Lingua Latina, • • Viteberga \6og 

9361 Talaii Rhetorica, — Franco/, apud Wechelium \ ^Sg 

9362 Thorii HymnusTabaci, r 7 — — Lond. 165 1 

9363 Tragaedias Seledlae yEfchyli, Sophoclio, & Euripidis, gr. lat. Paris ap. 

Hen. Steph. 1567 
9^64 Vidae Chriftiados, libri fex ediditEd. Owtn, ch. n-ax. O.ro«. 1725 
93^5 — — Opera omnia, 3 vol. cb. max. cor to turcico /oliis deaurat. ib. 

1722 
93f^6 — — Idem, ■ ■ Lugd. apudSeb. Gryfh. 1536 

9367 Poematum, ■ ■ ■ Oxon. 1701 

93 C 8 —— Scachorum liber, — r— —— P<r/m ii;z9 

9;69 Virgilii Opera, cum notis var. — — L. Bat. 1660 

^^^o — - Ide-m, cum Scholiis Ken. Stephani, P.^m, /7^. P^ft/iS/^r^i». 1599 
9^71 — — Idem, cum comment. Ferrandi, eario turcico, Lond. ap. Pynjon. 

9372 Idem, cum notis Pulmanni & Manutii, Ant'v. apudPlantin 1580 

93-73 ...■■. Idem, f— — — Paris,apud Ro!?^ Stepb.i^'il 

9iH 



Libri Clq[fici^ ^c, Oftavo. 317 

.<r^74 ■ ■ ■ Idem, ■ Vejiet. apud Jhlum Mc.nutitim 1576 

9j^j-5 Idem accurante Heinfio, Atnft. apitdElz. xb-jS 

^^j6 — — Georgica cum notis Petri Rami, Paris apudWechelum 1564 

f^37'j •___ Le meme en Francois, -■- '5*9 

^378 . Bucolica ab H. Torrencino explicata, — — Jnt-v. 1543 

( — Idem cum notis Joa. Vivif, foliis demtr. Mediolani 1 5 39 

^^1^1 Jo. Caefaris Coramentarius in xx>;ii. Q^Horatii Odas, Rom^e 1566 

9380 Valerius Maximus cum notis var. ■ L.Bat.itjo 

9381 Idem, " ' Paris apud Rob. S'eph. 1^0^^ 

9382 -r .— Idem, ■ ib. npud Coli-a^um 1543 

9383 ■ ' Idem, — — . Venet. apud Aldum Xf^oz 

9384— Idem, ■■■ Jrgeniorati 1^2^ 

938«; • Idem, • Lugd. apidSeh. Gryph. 15 50 

95 S6 Velleius Paterculus cum notis var. • L.Bat. 1659 

9387 Idem cum variis Leftion. cf.. max. — — Oxon. 171 1 

9388 ' ' Le meme en Francois par Doujat, 2 tom. Paris 1708 

9589 Idem a Maittaire, • 1 Land, iji^ 

9390 Idem cum fchoiiis Aldi Mr.natii, Luo;d. i^g^ 

9391 — Idem cum notis VoiTii, L. Bat. ^.pud E/z. 1639 

9392 Idem recenfuit Schechius, ■ ■ Franco/, xdoz 

9x91 Verrius Flaccus & Pompeius Feitus cum notis Scaiigeri, Paris atud 

Patiffonium 157^ 
9394 ■ Idem cum notis Scaligeri, ^ '593 

^59- ■ Idem, foliis aeaur. • Florentine apud Juntas \c\-j 

9396 ■ Idem ex Eibliotheca Antonii Auguilini, Venet. apudZillet. 

1560 

9397 Valla (Laurentius) de Elegantia LinguJE Lat. ■ Jnt'v. \^c-j 

93^/8 Idem, ' Catitab. it^^ 

9399 Varronis Opera omnia cum notis var. 2 vol. Derdrechti 1619 

Idem, 2 vol, Paris apud Hen. Steph. \:j^^i 

Idem, 2 vol. rorio turcica foliis deaur. ib, apud ib. 11573 

de Lingua Lat. ■ Piris apud Cell. Sorbofi^e 1530 

9403 Vigerus de praecipuis Grscje Didienis Iciotifmis & Particulis, Land. 

'69; 

9404 ■ Idem cum notis Hen. Hooge veen, — c— /,, ^^t. 1 743 

9401; Vervey nova Via docendi Graeca, ■ • Gaud/e i-qz 

9406 Vivis Colloquia alioqui Latinas Linguag Exercitatio, Florenti^ apud 

Juntas 1561S 

9407 Vi(florii Explicat. laarum in Ciceronem Caliigationum, Lugd. apud 

Seb. Gryp}}. 1:^40 

9408 Ubeli Synonima M. Tullii Cic. ■ 1 . . . Leo-vardi.^ 1607 

9409 Veterum Poetarum Comparat. yi/z'/j rfW^ar. - ,. - Antv.xdxo 

9410 Voffii Gramm. Latina, ' . . . UltrajeHt i6r;,% 
941 I Vidoris (CI. .Marii) Opera Poetica, Paris apud Morell. 1 560 
94.1 2 Verini Difticiia de Moribus, Lugd. i -36 

9413 Vollandus de re Poetica Graecoruir, 2 vol. Lipfia xzqz 

9414 Vanierii Apes, ^.^^ lolof^ \'jz'^ 

941;; Vaughanni Poematum, ■ . — ZoW. icgS 

9416 Wallis Inftitutio Logicae, ■ Oxon. \-j2i) 

9417 Waddeli Animadver. criticae in loca qusdam Virgilii, Hcratu, Ovidii 

&Lucani, . — --— Edinb. x-j^^ 

94.18 Willeii Poematum Libera - Und. apudTotell. 1573 

9P9 




^iS Englijh Books ^ ^c. 0<5l:avo. 

9419 Walton Introduflio ad Leftionem Linguarum Orientalium, Loh^ 

1 6 j>^ 

9420 Watfon Compend. Mcmoria; localis, ■ ib. 

9421 Xenophontis Opera omnia, gr. lat. edidit Wells, 5 vol. Oxon 1703 

9422 Idem, chart a max. corio turcica foliis deaur. 9 vol. 



1703 I 
ih, 

1703 I 
1627 



9435 Xenophon de Cyri Inftitut. lib. i. ii. viii. grasce, L. Bat. 

9424 Zachariae Pont. Hymni novi Ecclefiaftici, ch. max. corio turcica foliis 

deaur. • — — iJow^iqzj 

9425 Zofimi Hift. nov£ libri (ex, notis illuftrati, ■ ■ ■ Oxo». 167.9 



EngliJJ? Books in Octavo. 

9426 \ NTIQLTITIES of the Cathedral Church of Salifbury, and the 
±\_ Abbey Church, large paper, • 17 1 9 

9427 • • of Palmyra by Ab. Seller, 'u.vfh cut;, — - 1696 

9428 of Weftminfter- Abbey, nxjith cuts, zv(^. — 1722 

9429 • of the Cathedral Church of Worcefter by Tho. Abingdon, 

Efq; — — __ 1717 

9430 of the Univerfity of Oxford by Dr. AylifFe, 2 vol. 1723 

9431 • of the Univerficy of Cambridge. 

9432 of the Cathedral Church of Winchefler by Sam. Gale, Gent. 

i.K!ith cuts, ■ 1715 

9433 — — — of the Cath. Church of Rochefler, — 17 17 

9434 Afhmole's Hiftory of the Order of the Garter, ivithcuts, large paper, 

9435 Addrefs to the Inhabitants of London and Weftminfter, 1730 

9436 Advantages of the Eaft India Trade to England, — — 1720 

9437 Account of the Earl of Galvvay's Condud in Spain and Portugal, 

171 1 

9138 ■ of feveral Work-houfes for employing and maintaining the 

Poor, ■ . 1 725 

9439 ■ of the late amazing Revolution in Turkey, 1730 

9440 . — of Livonia, • 1701 

9441 ■ of the Proceedings at Perth, ■ 1716 

9442 • ' of the Conduft of Robert Earl of Oxford, — 1715 

9443 -■■ — ■ of the Witchcraft pradifed by JaneWenham, 1712 

9444 • of the many Profecutions of the People calFd Quaker?, 

1736 

9^4^ . of the Proceedings againft the Patentees of the Ballaft Office, 

1717 

9445 .1^ of the Earl of Peterborow's Condud in Spain, }7^7 

9447 . of the Company of Mifliftipi in Frendh and Englifh, »720 

944S of Scotl.ind, ■■ 1702 

94^9 .— ,. ., ■ of the Nature and Virtues of Pyrmont W.-.ters, 1717 

9450 -■ of the Proceedings of the Corporation of Briftol for employ- 

ino; and maiiuaining the Poor of tliat City, /7C0 

9|-i _____ of the Proceedings againft the Rebels and other Priioners 
tr:cd before the Lord Chief juftice |cff^:rics in 16S5, Jfi'^ 

I ' 9-I-5- 



jLngltJh Books ^ tsc. (Jctavo. 319 

9452 Afta Regia by M. Rapin, av//^ fa/i, 4 vols. — — 1726 

9453 Arrian's Hiftory of Alexander's Expedition by Mr. Rooke, 2 vol. 

1729 

9454 Apperley's Obfervations in Phyfick both rational and pradlical, 1 73 ( 
*945 5 Allen's Synopfis Medicinse, 2 vol. • 1 740 

9456 Arraignment and Execution of the late Traytors for the Powder Plot, 

1606 

9457 Arbuthnot's Effay concerning the Nature of Aliments i 732 

9458 ■ ■ ■ Tables of the Grecian, Roman and Jewifh Meafure?, 

Weights and Coins, curioujly engranjed by Mr. Sturt. 

9459 Anderlbn's hiltorical Effay, Ihewing that the Crown and Kingdom of 

Scotland is imperial and independent, Edinb. 1705 

94''^o Annals of Q^ Anne, i i vol. compleat, ■ 1703 

9461 of K. George, containing not only the Affairs of Great Bri- 
tain, but the general Hiftory of Europe, 6 vol. 

9462 Atlas Manuale, or a new Set of Maps of all the Parts of the Earth, 

by Herman Moll, — ■■■ ■■ 1723 

9463 Acherley on Free Parliament?, — — — __ *75* 

9464 Atkins's Voyage to Guinea, Brafil and the Well Indies, 1735 

9465 Athanafius's (St.) Cratior.s againft the Arians by S. Parker, 2 vol. 

«713 

9466 Athenagoras's Apologeticks by Dav. Humphreys, — — *7H 

9467 Afcham's Schoolmafter, n.dth explanatory Notes by Mr. J. Upton, 

17»« 

9468 Argument proving that the Defign of employing and ennobling Fo- 

reigners is a treafonable Confpiracy againlt the Lonftitution, 1717 

9469 Atwood's Superiority of the Crown oi England over the Crown of 

Scotland, ~— » '704 

9470 Alheton's Cafes of Scandal and Perfecution, bound in blue Turkey, and 

gilt on the Leagues, ■ 1 ■ »674 

9471 Anfwer to Fontenelle's Hiftory of Oracle?, 2 vol. 1709 

9472 Antoninus's (Emperor) Meditations by Mr, Collier, 1701 

9473 Atalantis, 4vol. ■ >-■ 1709 

9474 4 vol. I2mo, ivith the Key, • • I72O 

9475 A fgill's Argument on eternal Life, ■ 170O 

9476'— Succeflion of the Houfc of Hanover, 1710 

9477 ■ ■ on Divorce, — — . . — 1717 

9478 A£ii and Negociations at the Peace of Ryfwick, — — 1698 

9479 Allix on the Pfalms, ■ ■. 1701 

9480 — — Remarks upon Mr. Whifton's Books, — — 1711 

948 1 • Reflexions upon the Books of the Holy Scriptures, 1 68 1 

9482 Animadverfions on a pretended Account of Denmark, ^694 

9483 Ancient and prefent State of Mufcovy, ivith cuts, 16^8 

5484 Albin's Natural Hiftory of Engiilh Song Birds, iviih cuts curioujly co- 
loured frojn the Life, ■ '737 

948; Anfwer to the Depofuions concerning the Birth of the pretended 
Prince of Wales, • — ■ ■ 1711 

9456 Apology for Mr. Toland, '697 

9457 Abftraci of the prcferit State of the Mines of Bwlchyr-Eskir-Hyr, 

• ^7^0 
948S Adventures of John Gordon and the Countefs of Gordon, 1734 

9.^8.; Anfwer to a malicious Libel ajaini! his Excellency Francis Nicholfon, 

Efq; ■ r- ^ 1704- 

9490 



326 Efiglijh Books y &£. Odavo. 

9490 Alexander's Synopfis of Algebra, with an Appendix by Mr. 

1709 

9491 Allies and the late Miniflry defended againft France, 1712 

9492 Advice to a Parfon, or the true Art of Preaching, — 1691 

9493 Animadverfions on Dr. Davenant's Effays, ■ • 1701 

9494 Advantages of a Sourh Sea Trade to our Englifh Nation. 

9495 Antient and modern Stages furvey'd, '^99 

9496 Agrippa's Vanity of Arts and Sciences, ■ ■ ■ " ■ 16; 6 

9497 Antient Rights and Power of the Parliament of Scotland, 1703 

9498 Anglefey's (Earl of) Memoirs, •■ ■ ■ 1693 

9499 ■ Privileges of the Houfe of Lords and Commons argued 

and ftated, ^ ■ 1702 

9500 Art of Contentment, 1675 

9501 Account of the prefent State of the African Trade, i 7'3 

9502 Art of Reftoring, or the Piety and Probity of General Monk, 

«7H 

9J03 Argument againft aholifhing of Chriflianity, -— ^7^7 

9504 ■ proving that William Duke of Normandy made no abfo- 

lu:e Conqueft of England, ■ 1682 

9^05 Art of Thinking. 1- — 17O2 

9506 Anfwer to the Reafons againll an African Company, 171 1 

9507 to Mr. Molyneux's Cafe of Ireland, — — 1698 

9508 Almond's Englifh HorlVman and complete Farrier, ^67} 

9509 Ads of the General Aflembly of the Church of Scotland from the 

Year 1638 to the Year 164.9, " 1691 

95 1 Q Account of the Family of tlie Butlers, ■ ■ - 1716 

951 1 Art of Pleafmg in Converiation, m French and Engltjh, 2 vol. 1736 

9512 Amorous 'VVarre, s. T-ragi-Comedy, • 1659 

9513 Affertions proved in order to create another Species of Money than 

Gold and Silver. 

95 1 4 Addifon's Remarks on feveral Parts of Italy, ^*-— • 1718 

95 1 5 Mifcellaneou.^ Works, 4 vol. ' "" ' ''i • »■ I7j6 

9516 Arabian Nights Entert.iinment?, 6 vol. — ■ ■ -■ • • •» '73^ 
f Adventures of the Prince of Clermont and Madam de Ravezan, 

95'7 "} 1732 

(^ Noble Slaves by Mrs. Aubin, 1722 

9518 Allen's (Wm.) Works, 2 vol. " — — 1680 

9519 Accompt of the moft triumphant and royal Accompltfhment of the 

Baptifm of the moll excellent Prince Henry Frederick, 1687 

9520 Arithmetick by Infpei^ion, 1677 

9521 Art of Negotiating with Sovereign Princes, 17 16 

9522 An Account of a Converfation concerning a right Regulation of Go- 

vernment for the common Good of Mankind, 1 704 

9523 Animadverfions on Fergufon's Intcreft of Reafon in Religion, hound in 

Morocco, gilt on the Lea'ves, • 1 , - 1676 

9524 Advantages of the Filhery of Great Britain demonftrated, 1719 

9525 Advice touching the Currancie in Payment of our Englifti Gold, 

1627 

9526 Apologie, or Defence of the Catholike EcclefiaAicai Hierarchie and 

Subordination in England, erefted by Pope Clement VIII. 
9537 An Alfertion for true and Chriftian Policie, »■' 1604 

9528 AnAnatomi, that is to fay, a parting in Pieces of the Mafs, by 

Chriftes humble Servant Anthoni de Adamo, ^;^^ 1556 

9529 



Englijh Books, (^c, Odavo. j2i 

5529 Anfwer to the devillifli Detedion of Stephane Gardiner Bifhoppe of 
Winchefter, black Letter, ■■ -• 1547 

9530 Advice given to the Republick of Venice byF. Paul, 1693 

953 1 An Admonition dired to the trew Lordis mantenaris of the Kinge's 

Graces Authoritie, 1571 

9532 An Apologie, or Anfwer in Defence of the Church of Englande, 

hlack Letter, — — ~— • I564. 

9533 Annotations in the Boke of Jofue, black Letter, njAthcut date. 

9934 Art of Hufbandr}', — — \tno 

9535 An Anfwer to a Papyflycall Exhortation pretendynge to avoyde faJfe 

Doflrine, under that Colour to maynteyne the fame, black Letter^, 

ri'jithout date. 

9536 An Addition declaratorie to the Balles, with a Searching of the 

Maze, black Letter, nxithout date. 
95^7 Abdias the Prophet interpreted by T. B. black Letter, ^574- 

953« Anatomy of the Elder Tree, ■ r677 

9539 Apology for the Service of Love and the People that own it, com- 
monly called the Family of Love, ■■ 1656 
C Allen's Defence of the lawful Power and Authoritie of Priefihood 

954° < to remitte, black Letter, Lo'vami 1 567 

^Sander's Rocke of the Churche, ■ ib. 1567 

9541 Anatomic of the Minde, black Letter, — — 157^ 

9542 Artificial Gardiner, — —_ . _ i-j-^j 

9543 Animadverfions on a Petition to the Houfe of Parliament by the 

godly Party in the County of Salop, 1653 

9544 Admonition to the Parliament, black Letter, 'without date. 

9545 Admonifhion to the Eifhoppes of Winchetier, London, and others, 

»553 

9546 Aihwell's (Johan, Priour of Newnham Abbey) Letters fente fccrcdy 

to the Byfliope of Lyncolne in the Year of our Lord 1527, black 
Letter, ^without date. 

9547 Albertus Magnus Secrets of the Vertues of Hearbs, Stones, and ce- 

taine Beafls, black Letter, —• ■ , — — — 16^2 

9^48 Anthropofophia Theomagica by Eugenius Phil;dctbes, 1650 

9549 Araignment and Execution of a willful and obftinace Traitour, named 

Everalde Ducket alias Hauns, black Letter, ■ ■ ■■ i<^%i 

9550 Anfwere unto a wicked and infamous Libel made by Chriflopher 

Vitel, one of the chief Elden of the pretended Family of Love, 
black Letter, • ■• r— — I ^7^ 

9551 Anima Magica abfcondita by Eugenius Philalethes, — - 16^0 

9552 Askewe's (Anne) Examination, black Letter, 'vjithout date. 

9553 Addy's Short- hand Bible, curioujly engra-zied. 

9554 Almanacks for the Year j 663, bound together, and gilt en the Lej.'ves. 
95JJ for the Years 16^57, 1668, 1669, in 3 vol. gilt on the 

Lea^jcs. 
9556 for the Year 1667, bound in red Turkey, gilt on the 

Lea'ves. 
9o7 ■ from the Year 167 1 to 1677, both inclufive, 7 vol. 

9558 • ' for the Year 1680, bound in red Turkey, gilt en the 

Lecves. 
95 j9 . ... ■ . . for the Year 1682, gilt on the Lea'ves. 

S s 9560 



32 2 Englijh Books, &c. Oaavo. 

9,60 Almanncks from the Year 1691 to 1704., both inclufive, 14 vol. 

9561 "' for the Year 1694, ioun^ in blue Turkey, gilt on the 

Lec<vcs. 
9-62 " - for the Year 1697, bound in blue Turkey, gilt on fhe 

Lec-'ues. 
95^3 — fiom the Year 1705 to the Year 1735, ^^^^ inclufive, 

38 vol. bound uniform in red Turkey, gilt on thi Lewves. 
N. B. The Year 1727 is wanting. 
9-64. from the Year 1705 to the Year 1710, both inclufive, 9 

vol. bound uniform in blue Turkey, gilt on the Leaves. 
9565 for the Year 17 14, bound in blue Turkey, gilt on the 

Lea'ves. 

CjiCiG • for the Year 171 7, ^0««^ in blue Turkey, gilt on the 

Leaves . 
0S^7 ' ". for the Years 171 8, 17 19, in 3 voL 

(jc;6S from the Year 1558 to the Year 1742. 

9569 Eiffe's Decency and Order in publick Worfhij^, large paper, gilt on 

the Leagues, . . ■ ■■ . ■ ■ ^723 

9570 Bull's (Bp.) Works, with his Life by Mr. Nclfon, 4 vol, 1714 

9i7' •' ' • the fame, large paper, ^ — 17^3 

9572 • Works concerning tiie Holy Trinity by Holland, 2 vol. 

1730 

95-3 Bearcrofc's Hiftcncal Account of Thomas Sutton, Efq; and of his 

Foundation in Charter-houfe, large paper, hound in red Morocco, 

gilt on the Leo'-ues, ■■ '737 

9 J 74 Brodrick's Hifiory of the late War in the Netherlands, ijuith cuts, 

i7'3 
9575 Browne's (SirTho.) Pofthumous Works, large paper, 1712 

9576——— . Urne Burial, • 1658 

9577 "^ • ■ Religio Medici, ■ 1642 

9578. (Bp.) Divine Analogy, — — ^ll'i 

9^-:9 Procedure, Extent and Limits of human Underftanding 

1729 

9580 ■ " - ' '■ Anfwer to Toland's Chriftianity not myfterious, 1697 

9581 Brown's ( rho.) Letters from the Dead to the Living, 1702 

9582 - ■ Letters from the Living to the Living, 1703 

95^83 -— (Jolin) on the King's Evil, < 1684 

9584 Eritifli Librarian, - ■ 1738 

958^ Budgell's Liberty and Property, ■ ^732 

9^86 • — Letter to Cleomenes King of Sparta. 

9587 • ■ ■■ - Bee, or univerfal Weekly Pamphlet, 8 vol. 1733 

9588 Beyer's Royal Didionary, French znii Englijh, ■ 1738 

9589 Bacon's (Sir Nich.) Right of Succelhon to the Crown of England in 

the Family of the Stuarts, ■■ • '723 

9590 Bacon's (Ld.) genuine Remains, , ■ ' ■ „ ■ • ^^79 
ij^cji ————— Lfiays, • — ■ 171 8 
<,v5g2 ■ - ■ ' . F.flliies, — 1 — • - 1613 

9593 Boyle agajnlt Emiyu's humble Enquiry into the Scripture Account of 

Jefas Chrirt, » ■ ' ■ ■ 17 19 

9594 Cafbadoes Packet, giving an Account of the material Tranfaftions 

tliat have happened in a certain Part of the Well Indies, 1720 

9595 Branch's Thuii-^lus on Dreanung, . ^ 1738 

5596 



Englijh Books, i^c. Udtavo. 323 

9596 Bailey's Univcrfal Etymological Englidi Did. — — , 1742 

9^97 ^ . Houfliold Did, for the Ufe of both City and Country, 

1736 

9598 Britifli Empire in America, nvith m^ps, 2 vol. ■ »74^ 

9599 Builder's Dift. or the GentWman's and Arch i teal's Companion, nvith 

cuts, 2 vol. ■ '734 

9600 Balguy's Colle<Sion of Trafts Moral and Theological, 1734 

9601 Balthafar's Courtier, 1724 

9602 Barclay's Apology for the Quakers, ■■ ^73^ 

9603 Buckingham's (i")uke of) Works, 2 vol. ■ i7-:0 

9604 Bumography, or a Touch at the L;idies Tails, — • — '7'^? 

9605 B:iyley on Infpiration, • ■■ 1708 

56^6 Boulainvillier's antient Parliaments of France, 2 vol. '739 

9607 the fame, 2 vol. lurge p.per, bound in red Morocco^ 

end gilt on the Lcosjcs. - '739 

9608 Blackmore's Alfred, an Epic Poem, large pc-per, ruled vjito red Lines, 

bound in red Morocco 7ieatly gilt, and gilt on the Leanjes, ^7^i 

9609 • on the Spleen and Vapours. ■ ' 1725 

9610 — — on the Gout, Rheumatifm and the King's Evil, 1726 

^611 ■ on the Confumptions and Dillempers of the Breaft and 

Lungs, --«-~ — ■ • '724 

9612 • on the Creation, a. Pbilo/opbicc-l Poem, ——• ijiz 

qbij • the fame, i 2mo, — — . _ '7ij 

9614 Bradley's Riches of a Hop-Garden explained, '729 

96 c 5 ■ ■ Didionarium Botanicum, or a Botanical Didtionary, 2 vol. 

1728 
961 7 ' Improvements *of Planting ' and Gardening, ^j.-itb cuts, 

1739 

9617 ■ Ancient Hufbandry and Gardening, n.vith cuts, 1725 

9618 Britain's Golden Mines difcover'd, or the Filhery Trade confidered^ 

1720 

9619 Buckley's Letters to Dr. Mead on his Edition of Thuanus's Hiftoiy, 

9620 Berkeley's Anulylt, — • '734 

9621 Baillie's Letter in Anfwer to a Trad in the Bibliotheq. anc. & mod. 

relating to fome PalTages in Dr. Friend's Hiilory of Phyfic!:, 

1727 

9622 Boileau's Worlvs, ivitb cuts, ^ vol. • ■ 1712 

9623 Burrifli's Batavia iiluftrata, or a View of the Policy and Commerce 

of the United Provinces, ■ '742 

9624 Brathwaite's Hiftory of the Revolutions in the Empire of Morocco, 

1729 

9625 Baronettage of England, or an HiHorical and Genealogical AccoLint 

of Baronets, ^vith their Coats of ^rfns. 2 vo!. — — . 17 20 

9626 Barrow's Geometrical Ledures by Mr. Stone, ii-ith cuts, '735 

9627 Mathematical Ledures by Mr Kirby, — — . '734 

9628 Buchanan's Appendix to the Hiltory of Scoiland, — 1721 

9629 Detedioun of the Duinges of Marie Quene of Scottes> 

black Letter, n.vithout di'>.te. 

9630 Detedion of the Adions of Mary Queen of Scot% 

1651 

9631 Brockwell's Hiftory of Portugal, ^vith cuts, — — - 1726 

S s 2 9^32 



524 EngUJh Books, ^c. Oflavo. 

9632 Berriman's Critical Diflertation upon i Tim. iii. 16, 1741 

9633 I^ragge on the Miracles of our Saviour, 2 vol. •■ ■ ■ 1715 
9634. Beaumont's and Fletcher's Works, 7 vol, — — . 1711 
9^3 7 ~ ~" — — — • the fame. 7 vol. large paper, ■ 171 1 

9636 Eancks's Mifcellaneous Works, 2 vol. > 1738 

9637 Bentley and Collii^s on Free- thinking, ■ 1713 

9638 Blackamore's Summary of Chnftian Antiq. 2 vol. 1722 

9639 Bennet's Confutation of Quakerifm, 1709 

<j5^o ^ " Letter to Mr. Benj. Robinfon, occafioned by his Review of 

the Cafe of Liturgies, ■■ ■ ■ ' ■■ 1710 

9641 A bricgment of the London Cafes, " 1728 

9642 " ■■ Confutation of Popery, < ■ *7H 

9643 Difcourfe on Schifm, — iy\S 

€7644 . EHay on the 39 Articles of P.eligion, I/Iy 

9645 ^ — Rights of the Clergy of the Chrill. Church, 17» I 

9646 '.i» '■ ' Hiftory of prccompofed itt Forms of Prayer, , 1 708 

9647 Baker's Roman Poets, 2 vol. ' 1737 

9648 ——— Reflections on Learning, ■■'■ ■■ ' ■ ■ ■ 1708 
9^49 Boyle's (Earl of Orrery) Dramatick Works, 2 vol. 1739 
96^0 againft Bentley, ■ ■■ ^699 

965 1 . on Gems, — — • 1672 

9652 Burnet's (Bp.) Hillory of the Reformation, njuith cuts, 1682 

9653 . on the Pafloral Care, — — — 1692 

9654 ■ '■ ' • —— Rights of Princes in difpofmg of Ecclefiaft. Benefices, 

1682 

9655 » ■ ' Letters containing an 4ccount of Switzerland, 1686 

9656 — ^ r . Vindication, •' ' ' ■ - 1696 

9657 . — — Trafts, 2 vol. ^m- 1689 

9658 Burnet (Gilb.) on Church Authority, 1718 

9659 (Tho.) on Government. ■ 1716 

9660 Bofman's Lefcription of the Coafl of Guinea, nvith cuts, 1705 

9661 Bulftrode's Mifcellaneous EfTays, ^ 1715 

9662 Bioome's Poems on feveral Occafions, ■ ■ ■ « 1727 

9(^6^ Plays, 2 vol, — • 1659 

9664 Eyllfhe's Art of Englifli Poetry, ■ 1 705 

966^ ■ the fame, 2 vol. 12010, ■ ^737 

9666 Barrow on falfe Churches, « ■ 1707 

9667 Beaumont on Spirits, Apparitions and Witchcrafts, 1 70; 

9668 Beaver's Hiftory of the Roman or Civil Law, — — 1724 

9669 Beveridge's (Bp.) private Thoughts upon Religion, 2 vol. 171 o 

9670 -— — Thefaurus Theologicus, or a complete Syftem of 

Divinity, 4 vols. — — • 171 1 

9671 Eulkeley's Poem on the laft Day, » 1720 

9672 Bromfield's Faith of a true Chriftian and the primitive Quakers Faith, 

1725 

9673 Bingham's Antiq. of the Chrift. Church, 10 vol. — — 1710 

9674 Scholaftical Hiftory of Lay-Baptifm, 2 vol. bound in red 

Morocco, gil: on the Leai'es, > — I712 

9675 Bedford's Animadverfions on Sir Ifaac Newton's Chronology, 1728 

9676 Boulton on tlie Gout and King's Evil, -. . »7 '4 

9677 Burnaby on Fxcifmg of Malt, 1696 

9678 ' ' ■■ ' the fame, large paper ^ hound in hlue Turkey, gilt tin thelea'ves, 

1696 

r 9^79 



.M 



Englijh Books, Sc. Oaravo. 325 

967q Brent's Compendious Aftronomer, — — 1741 

56-0 Bold Challenge to the whole College of Phyficians. 

9681 Bugden's Paffage of the Hurricane from the Sea Side at Bexhill in 

Suffex to Newingden Levell, May 29, 1729, '73° 

96s : Bromley's grand Tour of France and Italy, """It * 7°5 

otSj Be-ile's Eflay on the true Caufes of all Difeafes, 1706 

9684 Boffu on Epic Poetry, 1695' 

9085 Bizardiere'.s hifiiorical Account of the Divifions in Poland, 1700 

9686 Belgick, orNetherlandilh Kefperides, • 1683 

^69.^ Behn's Plays, 2 vol. .^ • •■»■'' 17°^ 

9688 Brand's Defcription of Orkney, Zetland, i^c. Edinb. 1703 

96S9 Book of Cyphers for fingle and double Letters. 

9690 Barrier Treaty vindicated, ■ 1 712 

9691 Bible, Apocrypha and Common Prayer, in Welch, 2 vol. ruled ivi(h 

red lines, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the leaves, ^T^J 

9692 Bible, with Apocrypha, & Genealogical Tables, finely hound, and gilt 

on the leagues . ' ■■ 1619 

Under this Article is included all Sorts of Bibles and Common 
Prayers. 

9693 Field's Bible, 2 vo\. finely bound in red Morocco, finifi^ed nuith fimall 

Tools, gilt on the Leagues, ivith Silver Clajp and Edges, 1 658 

9694 Bell on Painting. - ■ 1728 

969,- Bugg's Quakerifm drooping, - '703 

9696 Pidure of Quakerifm, ■ 1697 

9697 Barlow's genuine Remains, — ■ • — 1C393 

969 S Black Art dete(5ted and expos'd, 1707 

9699 Blackwell's Eflay towards carrying on the prefent War againft the 

Frehcb, ' — ■ '695 

9700 Brifcoe's Difcourfe on the Funds, __— 1696 

9-01 Brightland's Englifh Grammar, ■ • ■ - '7J4- 

9702 Burghope on Religious Aflemblies, it.97 

9703 Burne's Difpuution concerning the Controvertiii Headis of R'.'ligioa 

1581 
9704. Britilh Theatre delineated. • • 1735 

9705 Bernier's Hiftorj of the Revolution of the Empire of the Great 

Mogol, ~ • ' 1676 

9706 Barbon's Difcourfe concerning Coining the new Money lighter, 1696 

9707 Bohun on the Origin and Properties of Wind, 5671 

9708 Beck's Univerfal Char after, 1657 

9709 Britilh Mufe, or a Collcd^ion of Thoughts of our Englilh Poets, 

3 vol. ■ '733 

9710 Boate's Natural Hiftory of Ireland, — — — ■— i6q2 

9711 Boteler's 6 Dialogues about Sea-Services, ■ 168; 

9712 Bgihaw's Rights of the Crown of England, ■ 1660 

97 1 3 Blackborow's Navigation Redify'd, bound in red Morocco, gilt on 

the Leagues, • i 1684 

9714 Blount's (Ed ) Microfmcgraphy, or a Piece of ihc World difcovered 

in EfTays and Characters, >-«» 1732 

9715 (Sir Tho. Pope) Natural Hiftory, » ~ — 1693 

9716 ■■ " - >" Animadverfions upon Sir R. Baker's Chronicle, 

1672 

9717 .- — (Charles) MifceHaneous Works, » - 1695 

9718 



326 Efiglijh Books, isc. Uttavo.- 

9718 Blount's (Charles) AnimaMundi, • 1679 

9719 Blackvvall's Clafficks, ■ — • — — 1725 

9720 Buckler of State and Juftice, ■ " ' ' ■ 1667 

9721 Boilafe on Latham-Spaw in Lancafhire, ' — 1672 

9722 Burnynge of Paul's Church in London, in the Year of our Lord i ^61 

and 4th Day of June, by Lyghtninge, black letter, 1563 

9723 Bale's Myilerye of Inyqayte contayned within the heretycall Gene- 

alogye of Ponce Pantolabus, hlack letter, » — • 1 545 

^724. Image of both Churches, hlack letter, <uAthout date. 

9725 Adles, or unchafte Examples of the Englyfhe Votaryes, black 

letter, imihout date, 
^■jzb ——. Declaration of Bonner's Articles, blaci letter, 1561 

9727 Bully nger's and Calvyn's two Epillles concerning the Maffe, black 

letter, ntjithout date. 

9728 ■ On Infant Baptifm, ■ • — nrjl 

9729 Becon's Reliques of Rome, black letter, • ■ ^5^3 

9730 — Comfortable EpilHe, <{'/^(r^ /^/^er, • » '554 

9731 Brown's Calligraphic, or the Art of Fair- Writing 

9732 Blome's Defcription of the Ifland of Jamaica, ■ 1672 

9733 Baker's (Sir Richd.) Difcourfe on Plays, ■ 1670 

9734 Briefe Cronicle, contaynynge the Accompte of the Raignes of all 

Kynges in this Rcalme, black Utter, nvithout date. 
973 S Briefe and compendious Treble, in a Manner of a Concordance, open- 
ing the Waye to the principal Hiltoryes of the Bible, black Utter, 

1563 

9736 Briefe and profitable Treatife, declaring how many Counfells and 

what Maner of Counfelers a Prince that will govern well ought to 
have. 

9737 Beza's Book of Chriftian Queftions and Anfwers, black letter, 1577 

9738 Sum of the Chriftian Faith, black Letter, nuithout date. 

9739 Bui! granted by the Pope to Doclor Harding, to undermine Faith 

and Allegeance to the Quene, ^/.^fi /^^/fr, ■ 1567 

9740 Boke of Surveyinge and Improvementes, black letter, njuithout date. 

9741 Briefe CoUeftion of holy Signes, S.^crifices and Sacraments, even 

fince the Beginning of the World, bLck letter, > ^S^J 

9742 Eowrchier's Callell of Love, black letter, nxithout date. 

^lifl Benefe's (Sir Rycharde, Chanon of Ivlarton- Abbey) Boke of Mea- 
fuiynge of all Maner of Lande, black letter, nxjitbout dctc. 

9744 Boke of Noblenefs, black letter, vjtthout date. 

9745 Bunny's whole Sum of the Chriftian Religion, black letter, »576 

9746 Book Fifh, contayning 3 Treatifes, which were found in the Belly 

of Cod- Fifn in Cambridge A'iarkct. - 1627 

9747 Bradley's Prefent for Caelar. , 

9748 Bulleyn's Regimente againfte the Peflilence, black letter, "5^9 
97^9 Byrd's Dialogue between Paule and Demas, black letter, 1580 

9750 Breviary of Britayne, <5/«f/f /e//e;-, • '573 

97:51 Barlow's Dialogue, defcribing the original Ground of thefe Lutheran 

Faccions, and many of their Abufes, black letter, 1553 

97 j 2 Baldwyn'b Moral Philofophy, black Letter, nxithout date. 

97 53 BafiHus Magnus his Exhortation to his younge Kynfemec, i^/^r^ /«f. 

«557, 

9754 Butler's pollhumous Works, 3 volf ■■ ■« 1730 

5755 



Englifi) Books, ^c. 0(flavoo. 327 

^755 Balzac's Prince, — - « ■ ■ ■' ■ 164S 

9756 Soke of Hufbandrie, black letter, <without date. 

9757 Britifh Compendium, 3 vol. muith the Coats of Jrms of the Nohility 

1738 
97; 8 Bradford's Letter to the Earle of Arundel, &'C. 'vjithout date. 

9759 ■ Treatife of Prayer, black letter, ^jjithout date. 

9760 Clanricardes (Marquis) Memoirs, large paper , 1 1722 

9761 Ciironycle concernynge the Examynacyon and Death of Syr Johaa 

Oldcallell the Lorde Cobham, large paper, ■■ • 1729 

9762 Clarendon's (Earl of) Killory of the Rebellion and Civil Wars iu 

England, 6 vol. ■ ■■ -— ^— — ■ — ■ — 1712 

9763 The [ame, large paper, 6 vol. ' • ijo/ 

9764 Hiftory of the Rebellion and Civil Wat's In Ireland, 1720 

976s Appendix to the Hiftory of the Grand Rebellion, 1724. 

9766 Confideradons on the prefent State of the Nation as to publick Cre- 

dit, • • ■ ■■. «= • ■ 1720 

9767 Cole's Latin and Englifh Dictionary, ■ ''742 

9763 Chapman's Eufebius, in Anfwer to the Moral Philofopher, 2 vol. 

bound in Morrocco, gilt on the Leaves, '759 

9769 Cafe of the Sinking Fund, and the Right of the publick Creditors 

to it confidered at large, i • '735 

9770 Of Dunkirk, faitiifully fiated, 1730 

9771 — — Of Col. Burllon, with refpeft to the Difpute between him 

and Lieut. Gen. Wills, . — - 172O 

9772 ■ Of John Saycr, Efq; who was killed by Mr. Noble, 1713 

9773 ' Of Mr. Simfon, Profelibr of Divinity in the Univerfity of 

Glafgow, ' ■— ■ 1727 

9774 "—— Of not taking the Oaths, and Convifllon thereupon, fully 

ftated, in a Profecution brought in Doflors-Commons by Dr. Ship- 
pen againftDr. Welton, Redor of IVhitechapel, I7*7 

977- __— . Qf Mr, Ifaac Brodenck, late of Trinity College, Cambridge, 

1731 

9776 Of John Atherton, Bilhop of Waterford in Ireland, 1710 

9777 •— — Of Mr. Charles Dean, who was innocently e.xecuted at Ty- 

burn, for breaking open the Houfe of Mr. John Stone, at Shep- 
perton, ^ . — — ,711 

9778 •— — Of the Hertfordiyiire Witchcraft confidered, • — . 1712 

9779 — — Of John Butler, B. D. a Miniiter of the true Church of En- 

gland, in anfwer to the Libel of Martha, his fometimes Wife, 

1716 
97S0 • ■ Oi the B?.nkersand their Creditors, ftated and examined, 1675 

9781 — Of Mr. Walpoie, m a Letter from a Tory Ivleniber of Par- 

liament to his Friend in the Country, — ■ 1712 

9782 Stated, of the Jarifdiftion of the Houfe of Lords. 1676 

97^3 Of the Learned repreiented by M. de Hatzfel.l, bound in red 

Morocco, and gilt on the Leaves, • ■ 1724- 

9784. Crouch's Complete View of the Britifh Cuftoms, . — 1738 

9785 Colledion of ParilTi Cafes, . —— 1722 

9780 —— Of Trads concerning the prefent State of Ireland, Ijz^ 

9787 Confideratious concerning the publick Funds, the publick Revenues, 

and annual Supplies granted by Parliament, — — — jjjj 

9/23 ' " ■ ■ ■■■•» Upon the InlliJution of KluTiiagc, ~— — ^ — 173^ 

9789 



328 Englijh Booh, &c. Odavo. 

9789 Campbell's Diicouife, proving that the Apoftles were no Enthufiafts, 

1730 
5790 Century of eminent Prefoyterian Preilchers, ■■ ■ — 1723 

9791 Colbatch on Church and College Leafes, ■ *739 

579a Clia.rdin's Travels in Perfia, nvith cuts, 2 vol. •■ 172O 

5>793 Celcilial Divorce, made Englifh from the Italian of Terzante Palla- 
vicino, — — — . 1 71 8 

9794 Croxall's Scripture-Politicks, — '• ■' 1755 

9795 Charader of the Rump Parliament, • 17J51 

9796 Cockburne's Anfwer to Dr. Friend, 1728 

^']()- • On the Goncrrha;a, ' ■ 17 '3 

979S Colbatch on Mifletoe, — — — ■ 1725 

9799 Character of an evil Miniller, • ' 1730 

9800 Colleftion of feveral Papers printed in the Year 1710, 1718 
9S01 Cary's EfTay towards regulating the Trade, and employing the 

Poor of this Kingdom, — — — — 171 7 

9802 • Rights ot the Commons in Parliament aflembled, 171 8 

9803 •' Vindication of the Parliament of England, in Anfwer to 

Mr. Molyneux, ■ — 1698 

C)8o4 " On the Coin and Credit of England, ■ 1196 

9805 Conduct of the Courts of Great-Britain and Spain, 1718 

9806 Crofiinge's pradical Difcourfe on Charity, boujid in red Morocco, gilt 

on the I^anjes, — — ■ ' ' * •73'^ 

9?07 Cudworth on ^lorality, ■ « '73* 

<jgo8 — — The fame, neatly bound, and gilt on the halves, 'Jo* 

9S09 Confiderations on the National Debts, the Sinking Fund, and the 

State of Pub'ick Credit, ■ • ■ ■ 1729 

9810 Concanen's Mifcellaneous Poems, i ■ ■ 1724 

9811 Conftru»3;ion of Maps and Globe?, <v:ith cuts, J717 

9812 Complete Colledlion of Proteft, from the Year 164I to the Year 

,737, _ ,737 

9813 Cumberland's Attempts for difcovering the Times of the firft plant- 

ing of Nations, . ■ — — — — 1724 

9814 — — Jewifh Meafures and Weights, — — 1(355 

98 1 5 Chandler's Defence of Chriflianity againft Mr. Collins, 3 vol. 1725 

9816 Cheyne's New Theory oi acute and flow contimud Fevers, i 724 

9817 ■ Philofophlcal Principles of Natural Religion, 1705 

9818 — The fime, large paper, • ■ ■■ — — 1705 

9819 Ergl'ih Malady, or a Treatife of nervous Difeafes, 1733 

9820 . Efiay of Health and Long Life, — — . 1725 

9821 Cowley's Works, tc///» r«rj, 2 vol. — — 1707 

9822 •' ■■ The fame, 2 vol. 1 smo. ■ 1721 

9823 Comber's Difcourfes upon the ' whole Common Prayer, 1713 

9824 ■ On the Offices for the 5th Nov. 30th Jan. and 

29th May, ■ »696 

9821; Compleat Gentleman, — — ■ • J 7 30 

9826 Conjugal Lewdnefb, or Matrimonial Whoredom, • ' '727 

9827 Clarke's (Sam.) Expofition of the Church Catechifm, 1729 

9828 - « Scripture Doflrine of the Trinity, ■ 171a 

^829 — — (John) Enquiry into the Ciuife and Origin of Moral Evil, 1721 
9830 Casfar's Commentaries, tranflated by Bladen, iiith cuts, 1712 

985 1 Courayer's Defence ef the Englifh Ordinations, 3 voL 1728 

9832 



Engltjh Books ^ efr. Octavo* 329 

9832 Common Prayer, in the Irljh Language. 

9833 Campbell's Inquiry into the Original of Moral Virtue, Edinh. 1733 
9834. Complete Englilh Tradefman, 2 vol. » 1 727 

9835 Cox's Obfervations on the epidemic Fever of the Year 1741, 1742 

9836 Cunn'3 Conftruftion and Ufe of the Stftor, — 1729 

9837 Ccckburn on Duels, • • - 1723 

9838 Chefhire on the Rheumatifm, -■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ' "~~"-i73) 

9839 Condudl of the Allies, and of the late Miniftry, 17:2 

9840 Collinses Grounds and Reafons of the Chriftian Religion, i7-4 

9841 ' ' ■ Scheme of Literal Prophecf confidercd, -— — 17:7 
^842 Letter to the Rev. Dr. Rogers, ■■ 1727 

9843 Commotion of certaine Papills in Herefordfhirc, blmk lettsr, i;o; 

9844 Glutton's Method of curing continued Fevers, - - ■ * 1729 

9845 Collier's ElTays upon mor?.l Subjefls, 3 vol. ■ 1709 

9846 Conybeare's Defence of Revealed Religion, — 1732 

9847 Civil Polity, a Treatife concerning the Kature of Government, 170J 

9848 Colledion of Anfwers to Tindall's Chriftianicy as old as the Cre.i- 

tioD, 3 vol. 

9!?^^ _i Of Trails for and againft the Trinity, 2 vol. 

9850 Clinch on the Small-pox, neatly bound, and gilt on the ler.'ve:, 1724. 

9851 Chrillianity not as old as the Creation, ■ ^71° 

9852 Conftable's Reflexions upon the Acuracy of Style, 1731 
98^3 Chudleigh's (Lady) EfTiys upon feveral Sabjefts, 1710 
9S54 — — i Poems on feveial Occafions, ■ ■■ 1709 

9855 Conti's (Prince of ) Works, ' — — — 1711 

9856 Cheuvreau's Hiftory of the VVgf'rld, 5 vol. • I 703 

9857 Carkeffe's Book of Rates, bound in blue Turkey, and gilt on the hrcves, 

1702 

9858 Curry Comb for a lying Coxcomb, or an Anfsver to Toland's Hy. 

patia, ■ 172 1 

9859 Character of a generous Prince, . 1703 

9860 Cambray's (Bp. of ) Characters and Criticifms, ■ ';0> 

9861 Curiofitics of Art and Nature in Huibandry ar.d Gardening, 'z:ith 

9862 Coward's fecond Thoughts concerning human Soul, 1702 

9863 Compleat Mendicant, or the Unhappy B«ggar, 1 699 

9864 Craig on Scotland's Sovereignty, 1695 

986? Conltantius the Apofiate, in Ani'wer to Julian the Apoftate, i6 Jj 
98^6 Confiderations on Mr. Whifton's Hiftorical Prcf.ice, hound in rsd Mo- 
rocco, gilt on the lea-ves, ■ ■ *''-« I7/1 

9867 Curfon's Theory of Sciences, ■ ■ i;c2 

9868 Colledlion of Treaties, Declarations of War, from 1648 to this pre- 

fent Time, 4. vol. — — . 1710 

9869 Caveat againll the Whigs, in a fliort hiftorical V" iiw of thdr Tr.mf- 

aftions, — — ' . '712 

9870 Confolidator, or Memoirs of funJry Tranfa£^ions from the World 

in the Moon, 170J 

9871 CoUedion of all her Majeily's Specc>.e?, Meffige.-, &c. from her 

Acccffion to the Throne, to the 21ft of June 1712, 1712 

9872 Caufes of the Decay of Chriftian Piety, 16?^ 

9873 - The fame, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the leai;es, iStf 

9874 ■- The fame, bound in blue Turkey, gilt onlhc lcr.<vc:, 1675 
987 J Croefe's Hiftory cf the Quakers, — — 1606 

T t 9877 



SjO Englijh Books ^ i^c. Oflavo. 

9^76 Copy of the Journal Book of the Houfe of Commons for the Sef- 
fions of Parliament begun at Wellminfter the 21ft Day of Oft. 

167', —— • - 1680 

9R77 Coliin's View of the Stage, — — — — 1698 

9S78 Confideralions on the Confequeuces of the French fettling Colonies 

on the iViiliiilippi, — — — — ' 1720 

9S7.9 Cornelius Nepos's Lives of illuftrious Men, 1684. 

9^80 Con2,reve's Love and Duty reconcil'd, ■ ■ ■ ■ 1713 

98a I Crafhaw's divine Poems, — — ■ Paris, 16^2 

9S82 Carre's Sweete Tboughtes of Jefus and Marie, or Meditations for 

all the Feaftes of our B. Saviour and his B. Mother, boumi in red 

Morocco, gilt on the Icai-cs, ib. \bk<^ 

9^83 Cleland's State of the Sugar Plantations, • 1713 

9824 Confutation of an impotent Libel againft the Government, by King, 

Lords, and Commons, — — — '• • • 168 1 

988^ Ciarkfon on Epifcopacy, " ■ 1688 

Q.S86 Croufaz's Examination of Mr. Pope's Eflay on Man, 1739 

gSSj Clagget againft Owen on theSpirir, — — ■ 1678 

98 58 CrciTy's Roman Catholick Dodlrines no Novelties, bound in red 

Turkey, gilt on the leii-oes, • ■ ■ ■ ■ 1663 

9859 Charter of Confirmation granted by K. Charles lid, to the City of 

London. 
9800 Charras's E.xperiments on Vipers, ' — — 1670 

9591 Confiitation of Witchcraft, ■ ■ 17 12 

9592 Charter of Maryland. 

9893 Coileftion of all the Anthems nfed in King's College Chappel in 
Cambridge^ * ' ■ ~ — *■ ' ' 1706 

9S94 Charles's (King) Royal Library, — ' ' i6j6 

989^ Collection of prophetical Warnings of the Eternal Spirit, 1708 

9896 Crofcs's (Bp.) Animadverfions on Burnet's Theory, 1685 

9897 Comlderations about raifmg of Coin, ■ ■ ^99^ 

s<^98 Critical Effay on modem Medals, ■ 1704 

«}899 Church of England's Behaviour under a Roman Catholick King, 1687 
9 ,00 Cry from the Defart, or Tellimonials of the miraculous Things 

lately come to pifs in the Ce-jennes, — — ■ ■ 1707 

(,^oz Colledion of all tiie confiderable Addreffes, Memorials, &c. relating 
to the Scots African Company, ■■ 1700 

9903 Cittoni pop:umr, divers choice Pieces of that renowned Antiquary 
Sir Robert Cotton, Knt. and Bart. — 16^1 

•- 904 Cotton's Annver to the Reafcns for foreign Wars, — — 1675 

1,905 Ccnfelnon of the Faythe of Garmaynes, exhibited to the mooftc 
viclorious Emperour Charles V. in the Council holden at Auguila, 
in the Ycare cf our Lorde 1530, black letter, ivithout date. 

9906 City Match, a Comedy, prefented to the King and Queen at 
Whitehall, 16,-9 

«^907 Campbeli's Colleftion of Letters, relative to an EfTay on the 
Lord's Prayer, ■ — Edinb. 1709 

9908 Cat vmy look on a Queen, — ■ «708 

9909 Catalogue of ail Graduats in Divinity, Law, and Pjiyfick, &-c. in 

the Uiiiverfuy of Oxford, ■ ■ 1689 

9910 Coam.on Senle, or the tnglifhman's Journal, 2 voh »73*^ 

9911 



Engltjh Booh, t^c. Odtavo. 331 

9912 Converfation of Gentlemen confidered, in 6 Dialogue?, 173S 

9913 Companion for Debtors and Prifoners, and Advice to Creditors, 

1699 

9914 Child's Difcourfe of Trade. 

9915 Craftfman, by Caleb Danvers of Gray's-Inn, Efq; 7 vol. 1731 

9916 Coluilles (Jo.) Admonition unto his Countrymen, Prris i'6o2 

9917 Cafes of Impotency debated, 4 vol. — — 1715 

9918 Colledlion of Novels, nvito cuts, 6 vol. • 1729 

9919 Concubinage and Poligamy dii'proved, ■ ■ — 169;^ 
9920* Cleopatra, a Romance, 8 vol. bound 171 red Morocco, gilt on the lerjes^ 

/736 
<;92i Cooke's Monarchy no Creature of God's making, — — • 16; i 

9922 Cautele's Canon, and Ceremonies of the moll bhfphemous abo- 

minable, and monrtrous Popifh Mafs, ■ ^584 

9923 Court of Venus, or Cupid rcllored to Sight, being a Plillory of 

Cuckolds and Cuckold-makers, 2 vol. 1716 

9924 Colledion of old Ballads, black letter, • • 1692 

9925 Count of Gabali?, or the Extravagant Myileries of the Cabalifts, 

i68o 

9926 Calvyne on the Behaviour of a faithful Man, dwelling am-ongd the 

P^^p\Res, blaci letter, — — 1548 

9927 ■ Againft the Sedte of Anabaptiiles, bL'rcr. letter, vjiihout 

date. 

9928 On a Regefler maede of all Saindles Bodies, and other Re- 

\l(\\lCi, bl(uk letter, — -. • 1561 

9929 Cohen's (Archbp.) Declaration upon the Deede of his Marriage, 

black letter, • ~ • 1 5 S5 

0930 Confiderations on the Trade to Guinea, ■ 170S 

993 I Cenfure and Reproofe of Martin Junior. 

9932 Conftitution Articles of the Amicable Society of Coach and Coach- 

Harnefs-Makerf, • > 1704 

9933 Cokain's Poems and Plays, . . — — 16C9 

9934 Cenfure upon two Bookes written in Anfwere to M. Edm.onde Cam- 

pion's Offer of Difputation, black Letter, -■■ i;8t 

9935 Compleat Minor, ■ ■ ■ — i 9} 

9936 Copie of a Letter fent to one Mniiler Chryfpine, Chanon of Exeter, 

for that he denied the Scripture to be the Touchttonc, or 1 rial 
of all other Doctrines, black letter, 'S47 

9937 Certayne goodly, learned, and comfortable Conference?, between 

thetwo Reverend Fathers and Holy Martyrs of Chriil, Dr. Rid- 
ley and M. H. Latimer, black letter, ' »?74 

9938 Caveat for Parfons Howlet, and the reft of his dark Brood, ivithout 

date. 

9939 Cranmer's (Archbp.) Confutation of unwritten Veritie.., black letter, 

r.vithout date. 

f Complaynt of Roderyck Mors, fomtyme a Gray-Fryre, unto the 
994» < Parliament of Ingland, his natural Country, ^K-ithout date. 

^ Crowley's Way to ''^^Qa.h'h, black letter, 1-50 

9941 Conteftation of diverfe Popes, for the advancing of their Supremacy, 

black letter, ivitoout date, 

9942 Cherry and the Slae, corapyled into Meter by Capt. Alex. Mont- 

gomery, ■ " • ■ ■ ■ Edinb. 1637 

T t 2 9943 



3^3 ' Englifh Books, ^c, Oftavo. 

t;943 Chriflian ConfeiTion of the late mofl noble Prince Friderick Count 
Palatine by the Rhine, and Duke of Bavaria, black letter, 1577 

9944 Caumont's firme Foundation of Catholike Religion, '59© 

99^5 Comparifon betwene the Old Language and the Newe, black letter^ 

»537 

9946 Confeflion cf the Faith and Doctrine beleved and profefled by the 

Proteltantes of the Realme of Scotlande, black letter, 1561 

9947 Charity miftaken, with the VV;int whereof Catholickes are unjuftly 

charged, ~ - - « 1630 

9948 Charriere's Sargery, — — — - — . 1712 

9949 Coke'': Debate, betwene the Keraldes of Englande and France, 

black letter, • 1550 

9gro Charge of Schifm continued, — — ■ 1703 

955 I Cathclick and facile Treatife, drawn out of the Halie Scriptures, 

to coiifirme the real and c:;rporeIl Prxfence of Chryftis prctiouy 

Bodie and Elude in the Sacrament of the Altar, Paris i^Si 

99^2 Caftain;,'s Jnterelt Book, — — — — 1712 

99,3 Dc Mcivre's Annuities upon Lives, ~ '725 

9954 Difcourfes concerning Religion and Governraent, '734 

995 > Defection detected, or Faults laid on the right Side, by R. Wal- 

pole, Efq; I718 

99^6 Difcourfe of the Danger cf governing by one Minifter, 1728 

995" Of the wonderful V.rtuw^' of cold Water, 1714 

9958 Dupin's Univerlal Library of Hiftorians, 2 vol. • ■ 1709 

99;g Hifrory of the Church, 4 vol. ' " ■■■■ 17^4 

9960 Dumb Philofopher, or Great-Britain's Wonder, ■ ' 1719 

9961 Defciption of the principal Objefts of the prefent Wur in the Welt- 

Indie?, ■ 1741 

9962 Douglas on the High Operation for the Stone, »729 

9963 Diicourfe concerning Treafons, and Bills of Attainder, 1716 
0964 Dialogue becweerf a Ajember of Parliament, a Divine, a Lavvyer, 

a Freeholder, a Shopkeeper, and a Country Farme;, 1701 

9965 Didionarium Ruf.icum, IJrhan'uum i^ Botcnnicum, or a Dictionary of 

Hufbandry, Gardening, Trade and Commerce, 'v:ith Cuts, 2 vol. 

1726 

9966 Debates in Parliament (both Lords and Commons) from the Year 

i6b8 to the prefent Time, 21 vol. — • 1741 

9967 Deplorable State of New-bngland, by Reafon of a covetous and 

treacherous Governour, • ■ 1 708 

9C.68 Doyley's 4 Differtations. -' — — — 1728 

9969 Difiertations concerning Senfe and the Imagination, 1728 

9070 Dover's ancient Phyfician's Legacy to his Country, 1732 

99-' I Dionis's Courfe of Chirurgical Operations, ■■ ' — - 1735 

9972 ■■ Anatomy of human Bodies, nvith cuts, 1716 

9973 Devout Chriilian's Exemplar, or the Sacred Hiftory of Jefus Chrift, 

<v:ith cuts, • •■• ■ ■ — — 1727 

9^74 Ded'ault on the Venereal Diftemper, • 1738 

9573 Diifertation upon Pariie.-^, in feveral Letters to Caleb Danvers, Efq; 

»739 
0976 Dictionary of Heraldry, tu'th 196 Derjtces on 0>pper, '739 

997? Delany's Revelation examined with Candour, 2 vol. '735 

^978 D'-tcctk)n of tiie t^<u cf Gallway's Coudud at Almanza, 171 1 



Englijh Books, ^c. Oilavo. 333 

9579 Defence ot the New England Charters, by J. Dummer, 1721 

9980 Deteftion of the State and Situation of the prefent Sugar-Planters 

of Barbadoes, — — ■ 173* 

9931 Difcourfe, or Dialogue concerning the Mine-Adventure, 1700 

9982 Dale's Philofophicai Converfations, n.vith cuts, 3 vol. »73* 

9983 '■ Catalogue of the Nobility of England, ■ 1697 

99:^4 Davenant's ElTays upon Peace at home and War abroad, »704 

9985 — Difcourfes on the publiclc Revenues and on the Trade 

of England, z vol. '698 

9986 — ■ on Grants and Refumptions, i ~oo 

9987 ■■— F.ffay upon the Balance of Trade, — — 17CO 

9988 *- Eifay upon Ways and Means of fupplying the War, 

1695 
99S9 — — — EfTays upon the Balance of Power, — -1 701 

9990 Derham's Phyfico-lheology, • ■ 1737 

9991 ' -Alho-Theology, ■ •— - 171 <; 
99c;2 (Sam.) Account of Ilmington Waters in Warwickiliire, 

I uoj 

9993 Drake's new Syftem of Anatomy, ^vitk cuts, 2 vol. heji edit. 1 707 

9994 - Impartial Hiilory of all that happened between the Kings 

and Kingdoms of England and Scotland, — — . ^7^3 

9(^9; Drelincourt's Chriliians Defence againil the Fears of Death, 1712 

9996 Dod'vell on Marriages in different Communions, — 1702 

9997 — — Scripture Account of eternal Rewards or Punifhmentj, 

1708 

9995 — — — Lawfulnefs of in.Arumental MuHck in Holy Offices, i-co 
9C99 . Epifiolary Difcourfe, provir.g that the Soul is naturally 

mortal. - ■ ■ 1706 

10000 ' Difcourfe concerning one Altar, ■ 1&S3 

10 -'Oi Dryuen's Mifcellaneous Poem^, 6 vol. ■ 1702 

J0002 the fame, 6vol. i2mOj • 1716 

ir<5o3 - ■■ ' '■• Plays, 6 vol. — *725 

IOOC4 Danby's (Earl of) Letters, ■ — ■ 1710 

10 05 ■ - Memoirs, • • 1 710 

looc6 Jarrel's Moral Kcflecftions on the New Teil. 2 vol. 1736 

10007 Dellon'b Voyage t > the Eaft Indies, 1698 

lox)S Di<5t. of all Religions ancient and modern, • 1723 

IC009 Dudley's (Earl of Leiceller) Memoir?, ' 1706 ' 

1 00 10 Dialogue between Timothy and Philalethes againft the Rights of the 

Chrill. Church, 3 vol. . *7<59 

1001 1 De Witt's Hiltory of Holland, — 1 702 

10012 Ditton's new Law of Fluids, ■ 1714 

10G13 general Laws of Nature and Motion, — — 1705 

1 00 1 4 Inllitution of Fluxions, « ■ ■ 1706 

1001^ on the Refurr. of Jefus ChrJA, — — '7'4- 

10016 Doleman's Conference about the Succefiion to the Crown of Engl. 

1681 

10017 Daniel's Paraphrafe on fome feleft Pfalms, —— 1722 

10018 Difcourfe of Money, • - ■■ ■ 1696 

lOoig Dennis's Remarks on Prince Arthur, , » 1696 

10020 • on the Ufefulnefs of the Stage, j j ■ 1698 

1 092 1 Diftilled fpirituous Licjuors the Bane of the Nation, 1736 

IOOi2 



334 EngUJh Books, &c. Odlavo, 

1002 2 Divine Rights of the Britifh Nation and Conftitution vindicated, 

1710 
10023 Difcourfe on the Laws relating to Pirates and Piracies, and the 
Marine AfFairs of Great Britain, ■ 1726 

10034 Defence of the Obfervat. on the Affiento Tn^de, 1728 

10025 Depile's Art of Painting, ■ 1706 

100-6 Dykes's Englifli Proverbs with IVIoral Reflexions, 171} 

10027 Dawfon's Memoirs of St. George, and the Order of the Garter, 

i7'4 

10028 Dutch Eaft India Voyages, luii^ M?/j, — — 1 03 

10029 ^^ ^^ Sale's Voyage into North America, 17« 4 

JO030 Dorrington's Travels thro' fome Provinces of Germany, i6og 

10031 Defence of the Scots abdicating Darien, 1700 

1003 s -' of the Scots Settlement at Darien anfwer'd Paragraph by 

Paragraph, ■ ■ • — ■- ■ '699 

10053 " ' ' ■- of the Scots Settlement at Darien, Edinh. 1699 

IC034 Drummond's Hiltory of Scotland, ■■■ ■ ■ 1681 

1003^ ]>i Lude's Treatife on Spirits, ' 1723 

10036 Diary of the feveral Reports, as ivell true as falfe, daily fpread 

throughout the Nation, from Sept. 24, 1688, to the Coronat. of 

K. /:^z7/z'^7/j, April 1 1, 1689, • 1704 

ICO37 Dialogues of the Living and the Dead, ■ 1701 

10038 Difcourfe concerning fupreme Power and common Right, 1680 

1C039 Difcourfe on the Preparation, Prefervation and Rellotation of Malt 

Liquors, 1733 

10040 Duty of Man's Works, 4 vol. ■ ■ ' 1741 

10041 Dialogues of the Dead, relating to the Controverfy concerning the 

EpifUes of Phalaris, >•»■■■ ^699 

10042 Difcourfes of Cleander and Eudoxe upon the Provincial Letters, 

1704 
IC043 Deted^ion of the fecret Hiflory of the white Staff, '714 

10044 Difney's Effay upon the Execution of the Laws againft Immorality, 

1708 
IOC45 Difcourfe of Friendfhip, bound in red Morocco, gilt on the Leagues ^ 

1707 
JC046 - concerning the Certainty of a Future State. 

10047 •———. of Trade, Coin and Paper Credit, — — '697 

10048 Direftions for all Englilh Gold now current in this Kingdom, 

1633 

1 0049 Declaration of Ecclef. Difclpline, ■ Geneva 1 5 80 

10050 Dodfley's CoUedion of old Plays, 10 vol. — — I744 

10051 Deaf and Dumb Man's Difcourfe, ■' 1670 

10052 Drummond's Poems, ■ ■ '^59 

10053 Diicourles concerning the Affairs of Scotland, Edinb. 1698 

10054 Debate at large relating to the Word Abdicated, 1695 

10055 Doftrine of Devils proved to be the grand Apoftacy of thefe later 

Times, ■ — — 1676 

10056 Declaration of the true Caufes of the great Troubles, prefuppofed 

to be intended againft the Realme of England, '59^ 

10057 D'Anois's Colledion of Novels and Tales of the Fairies, 3 vol. 

1757 

10058 Don Quixote, tranflated by ^^^//o-?, ivith cutSy 4 vol. 17*5 

100S9 



Englip Books ^ ^c. 06lavo. 35 g 

10059 Defcription of the Weilern Ifle, in 8 Cantos, — — 17 16 

10060 ■ ■"■' I of the Mines in Cardiganfhire, ov/V^ cuts, 

10061 De la Hire's Elements of Conic Seftions, " ■ 1704. 

10062 Devil's Cloyfter, in 2 Parts, ■ ■ ' 1684. 

10063 Davie's ancient Rites and Monuments of the Monaftical and Cath. 

Church of Durham, - ■ • — — 1672 

10064 Difcourfe concerning the Period of human Life, whether mutable or 

immutable, » ■ 1677 

^oo6{; Dugdale's ancient Ufage in bearing Arms, — — 1682 

X0066 Decrees of our Holy Father Pope Innocent XI. cont;uning the Siip- 

preffion of an Office of the ImmacaJate Concept, of the moft 

Holy Virgin, » ■ 1679 

10067 Dilclofing of the great Bull, and certain Calves that he hath gotten, 

and fpecially the Monfter Bull that roared at my Lord Byfhops 
Gate, black Letter, nulthout date. 

10068 Declaration of the Prince of Conde, black Letter, 11562 

10069 Dialogue between a Souldior of Barwicke and an Englifh Chaplaine, 

black Letter, • ■ • 1 58 1 

10070 Digby's Letters concerning Religion, « 1651 

1 007 1 Difplaying of the Family of Love, black Letter, '579 

looyz Difcoverie of a gaping Gulf whereinto England is like to be fwal- 

lowed by another French Marriage, i '579 

10073 Difcourfe wherein is debated, whether it be expedient that the 

Scripture {hould be in Englifti for all Men to read that wyll, 
black Letter, ■ I5>5 

10074 Difference betwene the auncient Phiiicke and later Phificke, black 

Letter, — ■ — 1 5 85 

10075 Declaration of the 12 Articles of the Chriflen Fay the, black Letter, 

1548 

10076 Dialogue of Polygamy, ■ ■ — - 1657 

10077 — of Witches, in foretime named Lot-tellers, and now com- 

monly called Sorcerers, black Letter, • '575 

10078 Difcoverie of Edm. Campion and his Confederates, their horrible 

and traiterous Pradifes againil her Majeily, black Letter, 

1582 
s 0079 Dyvers frutefull Gatherynges out of Scripture, black Letter, nuith- 

cut date. 
1Q080 Devill's Cabinet Council difcovered, or the Myflery and Iniquity 

of the good old Caufe, . i66o 

iooSj Difplaying of the Proteftantes and fondry their Pra(5lifqs, black Letter, 

ioo8z Difcourfe of Parliaments, ■ 1656 

10083 Decl.uation of the King of Navarra touching the League, black 

Letter, — • r • 158; 

10084. Dialogue concerning the Plague's Infef>ion, black Letter, i6c3 

10085 I'ifcoui'fe contayning certain Reafons why Catholiques refufe to goe 

to Church, black Letter, ■ ■ 1 5 80 

10086 Declaration of the Refurreftion of the Dead, — *S*3 

10087 Efop's Fables by Dr. Cro.xal, ^vith cuts, royal paper, 1722 
lco88 ■ - by Sir Roger L'Eflrange, 2 vol. — p— I714 
1 008 9 Elftob's Engiifh-Sa.xon Homily, bound in red Morocco, /mefy-gilt and 

gilt Leave:, ■ '■> ■ ^7^9 

IOC90 




33^ Engltjh Books, ^c. Odavo. 

10090 Edgar's Book of Rates, large paper, bound in blue Turkey, end gilt 

on the Leaves, - < ■' 1714 

10091 Edion's State of the Proceedings of the Corporation of Q^ Anne's 

Boanty, - ■■ 1719 

10092 Examination of a Book lately printed by the Quakers, intitled, A 

brief Account of many of the Profecutions of the People called 
Quakers, " ■ 1737 

10093 Enquiry into the Merit of Aflaffination, — — 1738 

10094 Englifh Prefbyterian Eloquence, or Diffenters Sayings, 1720 

10095 Eftimate of ths .Value of Leafehoid Eftates, in Anfwer to a Pam- 

phlet intitled, Sir J. Newton's Tables for renewing and purcha- 
fing Leafes, . ■ ■ ■ 1731 

10096 Englifh Inquifition, or Money rais'd by the new fecret Extent Law, 

without Aft of Parliament, 

10097 Echard's HiUory of the Revolution, 

10098 ■ • ■ Ecclefiaftical Hillory, 2 vol. 

1 0099 ■ • Pvoman Hiftory, 5 vol. 

1 0100 ■ Gazetteer, ■ 

1 01 01 Ecliard'i (John) Works, 

10102 — ■ Grounds and Occafions of 

Clergy, •■■ 

10 1 03 EfT.iy concerning the Power of the Magiftrate and the Righjs of 

Manicind in Matters of Religion, ' ■*■ 1697 

10104 • • upon National Credit of England. 

loioc; ■■ — on the true Rile of Nobility Political and Civil, 1719 

10106 to afcertain the Value of Leafes and Annuities for Years and 

Lives, ^ ■ ■ " ■ • ■ 1737 

10107 concerning Marriage, ■■ ■— ■ '724 

10108 towards a Settlement of a National Credit, 1696 

10109 on the Ufefuliieis of Mathematical Learning, 1701 

101 10 upon Friendlliip, 1725 

101 11 on Ways and Means for Inclofing, Fallowing, Planting, &c. 

Scotland, ■ — — Edinb. 172^ 

lor 1 2 ■■ - on the South Sea Trade, • 1712 

jQjij - . " ■ towards a Comprehenfion, or a Perfwafive to Unity amongft 

Proteftants, ■ 1701 

,Qi ,^ on the National Conftitution, Bank, Credit and Trade, 1717 

,011 r . on Education, by John Clarke Matter at Hull, 1 720 

,0116 — — on the Eaft India i'rade, •■ 1696 

101 17 ■ upon Loan?, " • 1710 

joi 18 ' upon the Government of the Plantations, 1701 

long to revive the Neceffity of the ancient Charity and Piety, 

1695 

101 20 — — on the great Affinity of the two Profeflions of Divinity and 

Law. 

10121 Barbery's Hiftory of the Herefie of John WicklifFe, John Hufs and 

Jerom of Prague, ■ 1 7 1 7 

10122 — Hiftory of the Clemency of oar Englifh Monarcbs, 

'7'7 
JQI2J .. . — Deifm examined and confuted, - 1697 

10124 filli/s (Sir Rich.) Vindication of the Hiftory of the Septuagint, 

1736 

I 

10125 



hnglip Books, t5c, uctavo. 337 

Ot 25 Ellis's tWm.) Praaicil Farmer, ' »73* 

0126 (Clem.) Folly of Atheifm, • 1692 

0127 Edwards on Original Sin, ^. 1711 

0128 — ^ Preacher, * »705 

Qi2g ■ on Atheifm and Socinianifai, — ^— 1695 

[0150 Socinianifm unmask'd, ■ i6g5 

01 3 1 . Four remarkable Texts of the New Teftament, 1692 

013 i Eilabliiliments concerning the Pay of the Sea Officers, 17O5 

0133 Emlyn's Unitarian Trads, ^7^9 

0134 England's Intereft confidered in the Increafe of the Trade of this 

Kingdom, ■ ■ ' '7' 3 

01?:; Erafinus's Colloquies, tranflated by Mr. Bailey, 1733 

0136 • Panegyrick upon Folly, ^i-ith cuts, tranflated by Bifliop 

Kennet. 

0137 . Expofytion of the commune Crede and of the X. Cora- 

maundemenccs, ' '7^9 

01 ;8 ■ ■ Contempt of the World, black Letter, — ■— 1533 

0139 ■ ■ ' • ' . " Exhortation to the diligent Studye of the Scripture, black 

letter, ivithout date. 

0140 Evremont's Works, 2 vol. ■ ' 1703 

0141 - ■ the fame, 3 vol. — J728 

0142 Enquiry into the Nature of the human Soul, 2 vol. '737 
OJ43 Etlierege's Plays and Poems, • ^704; 

0144 Efprit on the Deceitfulnefs of human Virtues, ■— ■ « 1706 

0145 Epidetus's Morals, tranflated by Dr. Stanhope, 1721 

0146 E.vperienced Farrier, * 1720 

0147 Erne's Atheift turn'd Deift, and DeiR turn'd Chrlftian, 1698 
014S England's Advocate, Europe's Monitor in behalf of the Englifh 

Silk Weavers and Silk Throwers, ■ ■ ^699 

0149 Eiedlion Dialogue between a Gentleman and his Neighbour, 

171.0. 

oi^o EngliHi Advice to the Freeholders of England, — . 171 + 

0151 Enquiry into the Caufes of the Mifcarriage of the Scots Colony at 

Darien, ■ 1700 

0152 Explanation of the African Company's Property in the fole Trade t» 

Africa, - 17 £2 

0153 Eicon Bafilike, or the Pourtraifture of K. Charles, 164 8 

0154 Enquiry into the Caufes of the prefent Separation from the Church 

of England, neatly bound in Turkey, ^vrougbt 'vnth finall tools and 
gilt on the leai'es, — — - 1 ^^H 

0155 Elyot's (SirTho.) Boke named the Governour, black lett. gilt leanjet^ 

»53« 

0156 ■ Caftel of Health, black letter, 1561 

0157 — — — Knowlage whiche maketh a wife Man, black lett. 

1534 

0158 ' -~' ^ Image of Governaunce, black letter, '557 

0159 ■'"- Banket of Sapience, black letter, «without date. 

0160 Emilia, a Play. 

0161 Englifh Rogue, 2 vol. « • 1666 

g 5 Entertainer, containing Remarks upon Men, Manners, S;c. 

\ Lewis's Scourge in Vind. of the Church of England, 17:7 

U V! xot63 



•338- Englijh Books ^ ^c. Odavo. 

1 0163 Evelyn on Salkts, — — — — 1699 

'0164 Englifh Theatre, being a Colleftion of Plays, 1 1 vol. 1732 

^0165 England and Eart India inconfillent in their JVIanufaftures, 1697 

'0166 Emes's Dialogue between Alkali and Acid, — — . 1699 

»0167 Englifhman by Sir Rich. Steele, 2 vol. • . 1714 

1 01 68 Emblems of Love in four Languages, nvith cuts. 

1 01 69 England's Path to Wealth and Honour, < ■ 1700 

1 01 70 Explanation of the GlafsWork in the Windows of the Church at 

Goiida, • ■' ■ 171 8 

10171 England's Interefi, or a brief Difcourfe of the Royal Fifhery, 

1696 

10172 Englilh Puritanifme, • — ■ 1605 

10 1 73 Englifh Vineyard vindicated by John Rofe, 1669 

10174 Elfynge on Parliaments, ■ • 1679 

1 01 75 Exhortation of the particular Kirks in Scotland to their Sifter Kirk 

in Edinburgh, • ■' ■ ■ , 1624 

10:76 Exhortation agamft Rebellion, black letter, ^554 

1 01 77 Epiftle of the mofte myghty and redouted Prince Henry VIIL bu,tk 

letter, '■ — ' 1538 

10178 of a ChriHian Brother, • ■ 1624 

10179 Expofycyon upon tiie 5, 6 and 7 Chapiters of Mathewe, black lett. 

ivithout date. 
I or So Eraftus Senior, — ^— . ■. 1662 

10181 Exhortation to. the Scottes, black letter, • — 1507 

10182 Ediftfet forth by the French King, black letter, 1^70 
,10183 Evan 'i (A rife) Rule from Heaven, • 1^59 

101 84 Edward the Si.xth's { King ) Common Prayer, black letter, nvithont 

date. 
^101^^5 England's View in unmasking of two Paradoxes, ' 1603 

I0i;8,6 EpiiUe or Exhortation to Unitie and Peace, fent from the Lord Pro- 
' , . teftor, black letter, ' _ 1548 

J0187 Evan's (Lewyf) Caftle of Chriftianitie, black letter, 1568 

ioj88 EngUfli Prorellant's Plea and Petition for Englilh Priefts and Papifts, 

16I1 

10189 Engliih Martyrologe, — 1672 

10190 Excellent and right learned Meditaxionr black letter, '554 

! Exhortation unto Prayer thought mete by the Kynges Majeltie 
and his Clergic to be redde to the People in every Churche 
afore ProcefliOns, black letter, printed by Tho. Barthelette, avitb- 
cut date. 
Juftification of a Chriftian Man, black letter, nvithout date, 
10192 French's Vindication of his Hilbry of Col. Parkes's Adminiftration, 

•7^9 
10.193 Fleetwood's (Everard) Enquiry into the cuflomary Eftates and Te- 
naut-Rights of thofe who hold Lands of Church and other Foun- 
dations, - ' « ' 173* 

10194 Fleetwood (Bp.) on Miracles, ■ 1701 

10195 Friend's Epiltle to Dr. Mead, rendered faithfully into Englijh, 
> .. ■ 1719 
101^6 »■ ; ■ .' » Hiftory of Phyfick from the Time of Galen to the Begin. 

of the fixteenth Century, 2 vol. __ • 1727 

101^7 Fuller's Pharmacopoeia DomelUca, or Family Difpenfatory, 17:9 

IQI98 



Englij/j Books ^ csrr. Oaavo. 339 

10198 Fuller's Pharmacopxia.Extemporanea, or Body of Medicines, 1730 

1 01 99 ' Medicina Gymnartica, or a '^I'reatife on the Power of Exer- 

cife, ■ ' 1705 

10200 — — — Diredlions, Counfels and Cautions, i^z6 

1 020 1 Frefnoy's Method of ftudying Hiftory, tranflated by Dr. Rawjinfon, 

2 vol. > 1728 

10202 the fame, royal fc.^^er, 2 vol. ■- 1728 

10203 Feafts and Falls of the Church of England, nvlth cuts, ij^z 

10204 Faille's Account of the Ifle of jerfey, ■ 1734 
1020^ Fiddes on Morality, 1724 

10206 Freke's Allegorick Didionary to the Holy Language of the Spirit, 

1703 

10207 - New Jerufalem Paradife State of God and Chrift, 17 19 

10208 Prices of Stocks, from March 26, 1714» to March 2;, 17 15» 

hound in blue Turkey gilty and gilt on the lea-ves. 

10209 Fletcher's Political Works, ' '■ 1737 

1 02 10 - ^ on Militia's, Edinh. 1698 

1021 1 Farriers Di(5tionary, • ■ - 1726 

10212 Fontaine's Fables and Tales, m French dsAEngUjh, '734 

10213 Frauds and A bufes at St. Paul's, 2 Parts, ' 1712 

10214 Fox's (Geo.) Journal, 2 vol. 1709 

10217 Floyer's Phyfician's Pulfe Watch, 2 vol. ■ ■' ■■ 1707 

10216. • on Cold Bathing, »■ 1706 

10217 — ■ ' ■ ■■ Sibylline Oracles, '713 

10218 Falkner's Chriitian Loyalty, ''679 

1 02 1 9 ' Vindication of the Church of England, hound in red Mo- 

rocco and gilt on the lea--jes, • 1674 

1027O ■ Vindication of Liturgies, ■ • 1680 

10221 Filmer's Defence of Plays, ■ : — ■ lyoy 

1C222 ■' ■ Piitriarchia, or the Natural Power of Kings, 1680 

10223 — Obfervations on Government, » 1696 

10224 ■ Freeholders gran,d Inquell, « '679 

10225 on U fury, • 1678 

10226 Fryke's Voyages to the Eaft Indies, 1700 

10227 Fenton's Poems on feveral Occafions, ^7*7 

10228 ■ — the fame, large paper, ___—__- 17«7 

10229 Fog's Letters, 2 vol. ■ 1732 

10230 Fer's Method to underftand Geography. 

10231 Fontaine's Memoirs, — ■ 1700 

10232 Fundamental Laws the true Security of Sovereign Dignity, 1683 

10233 Frauds and Abufes at Dagenham Breach, . .r,.,. 1717 

10234 Fortrey's England's Intereft and Improvement, — — 1673 

10235 Finett on Ambaffadors, . 1656 

10236 Farquhar's Plays, 2 vol. ' 1736 

10237 Free-thinkers, 3 vol. 1733 

10238 ■■ the fame, 3 voL royal paper, ivith the name of federal 

of the Authors MSS, . 1722 

10239 ^^'^'^ Specimen of the feveral Sorts of Letters given to the Uiiiver- 

fity of Oxford. ; - 

10240 Freeholder by Mr. Addifon, 1716 

10241 Frafer's Offer to fubfcribe and embrace the Miniflers of Scotland's 

Religion, . , 1605 

U u 2 10242 



'340 EngUJJj Bcch^: 6?^ O6tavo. 

10242 Felton on the Clafficks, ■■■» . — 1730 

10243 Faith and Piafticc of a Church of England Man, gilt on thclcavc':, 

1706 
'10244 Fletcher's Defcription of Ruffia, - - ■■■ - * 1591 

10245 Flecknoe's Epigrams, • i6t8 

10246 ■ ■ Erminia, a Tragi-Comedy, > 1661 

10247 Form arul Order of the Coronat. of Charles II. King of Scotland, 

at Schoone, by Mr. Rob. Dowglas, Aberdeen 1651 

10248 Fardle of Facions, black letter, • 1555- 
IC249 Fulcke on Meteor?, blc.ck letter, • 156^ 

5 F'^y'^h's Anfvver to Sir Tho. More, blaci letter, 1-48 

1025 1 Fame and Confefiion of the Fraternity of the Rofie Crofs, hy -Eu- 

genius Philalethes, ■ '-■ ,1652 

10252 Fillier ( Bp. ) on the feven penytencyall Pfalmes, blaci letter, 

1025 J Faule of the Romyfhe Churche, black letter, niuithout date. 

10254 French Gardiner, — ■' ■ 1658 

10255 Fletcher on Urines, ■ • 1623 

10256 Fourme and Order to be ufed in Common Prayer thryfe a Weeke 
' for feafonable Wether, black letter, luithout date. 

50257 Girard's (Father) Defence of the Accufation of Mrs. Cath. Cadiere, 

3 Parts, '-^ ■ ■ 1731 

10258 Gentleman Inftrufted in the Conduct cf a virtuous and happy Life, 

•738 
X0259 Gentleman's Magazine, or Monthly Intelligencer, from the Begin. 
1731 to 1742 incluiive, 12 vol. 

10260 • Recreation in Hunting, Kawldrg, Fowling and Filhing, 

nvith cuts, — • - l'/'^(> 

10261 Religion, in 3 Parts, by Dr. Synge, Archbp. of Tuam, 

1698 
IP36? Gray's Treatife of Gunnery, ■■ / ' 1731 

10263 Golden Calf, or a Supplement to Apuleius's Golden Af^j 1739 
10^64 Gregory's Elsments of Afcronomy, nvith cuts, 2 vol. 1715 

J 026:; Geoffrey's Materia Medica, 1736 

10266 Gretton's Vindication of the Dodtrines of the Church of England, 
, . '725 

10267 Gordon's Geographical Grammar, nvithmap, — — 1744 

10268 ■■■ " Introdudtion to Geography, Aftronomy and Dialling, 

1742 
ifijfig . Remarks upon the Newtonian Philofophy, - 171Q 

IC370 Greaves's Mifcellaneous Works, publifhed by Mr. Birch, 2 voC 

1737 

10271 • Defcription of the Pyramids in j^gypt, 1646 

10272 Grotius on the Rights of Peace and War, 3 vol. 1715 

10273 Gulliver's Travels into feveral remote Nations of the World, 2 vol. 

1726 

10274 ""'""' (John) Travels, 2 vol. • 1731 

10275 Gravefande's Perfpeflive, 'vnth cuts, — '7^4 

10276 God's Judgments upon the Gentile Apoftatized Church, ^7*3 
IC277 General Delufion of Chrillisns touching the Ways of God's Re- 
vealing;, hiiufelf CO and by the Prophets, by John Lacy, Efq; 

1713 
10278 



EngUp Books ^ ^c, 0£tavo. 341 

I027S Golden Medley, — -^' ; '■ " 1720 

10279 Gibfon'strue Method of Dieting Horfes, — •— 1731 

10280 — ~- Farriers Difpenfatory, — '■■■■- 1721 

10281 — Farriers New Guide, ivith cuts, — • '73^ 

1028^ ■■ Anatomy of human Bodies, ivith c:/ts, 1716 

10285 ■ — • (Bp ) pailoral Letters to the People of his Diocefe, »732 

10284 Glanvji's Sadducifmus Triumphatus, or a plain and full Evidence 

concerning Witches and Apparation», - — - 1726 

10285 — — — Blow at modern Sadducifm, • 1668 

ID2S6 — — — Praifatory Anfwer to Mr. Henry Stubbe, tiie Do6lor of 

Warwick, ■■ — 1671 

10287 Green's Principles of Natural Phiiofophy, > 1712 

10288 Gedde's mifcellaneous Trads, 4 vol. • 1714 

10289 —— — Church Hiitory of Ethiopia, — 1696 

10290 — — — Church Hiftory of Malabar, " 1694 

10291 Guidott's Treatifes relating to the City and Waters of Bath, 172^ 

10292 -' Regifler of Bath, — — . 1694 

10293 Goodman's Penitent pardoned, iviih cutj, — ■ ■ - 1607 
IC294 ' " Winter Evening Conference, • — ■ 1 7' 5 

10295 Golden Spy in the Courts of Europe, i 1709 

10296 Gardner's Remarks on Dr. Hancock's Febrifugum Magnum, 1725 
10297 (Bp. 'of VVincheiter) Detetlion of the Devil's Sophiltry, 

i/iid /tiUr, — n • ' ■ ■ ■ - ■ - 1 546 

10298 — — — — — Of true Obedience, 6/aci letter, 1556 

10299 .-r (Sam.) Scourge of Sacrilege, ■ — 161 1 

10300 Guthry's (Bp.) Memoirs, - ■ — • 1702 

10301 Gee'b Jefuits Memorials for the intended Reformation of England, 

1690 

10302 Gilbert's Refiedlions on Dr. Fleetwood upon Miracles, i'jo6 

10303 Groans of Jamaica, — 17^4 

10304 Groans of Europe at the Proi'ped of the prefent Poilure of Affairs, 

10305 Gailhard's Animadverfions on Toland's Chriflianity not myllerious, 

1697 
10506 Godfrey's Method of extinguifhing Fires, — — 1724 

10307 Graunt's Obfervations on the Bills of Alortality, —_ 1676 

10308 Gent's Hiftory of the City of York, — — -^ — *730 

10309 Grey's Memoria Technica, or a new Method of artificial Memory, 

1732 

10310 Grand Quellion concerning the Bilhops Right to vote in Pailiament, 

i6go 
16311 Grafcome's Prefervative againft Popery, •■ 1703 

10312 Grotius's Catechifm, tranflatedby Fr. Goldfmith, bound ii:. Morocco y 

gilt on the leanjti, i 1 668 

10313 Glafs's Rife of the Controverfy about the national Covenants, 

Edinb. «728 

10314 Great Ballard, Proteftor of the Little One, done out of French, 

and for nubich a Proclamation , moith a Reivard of 5000 Leivis' 
d''Ors to difco-ver the Author, nuas publijhcd. 

10315 Guardians, 2 vol. " ■ ' " ■ ■ » 1729 

10316 Goflbn's School of Abufe, black letter, -■■ ■ • 15 87 

10317 M^ i _ -i . . I Plays confuted in five Aftions, black letter. 

2 10317 



342 Englijh Books-, i^c. Oftavo. 

103 1 8 Guardian's Inftmftions, or the Gentleman's Romance, 16^-8 

10319 Gedde on Beehoufes, — -— 1676 

10320 God and the King, or a Dialogue fliewing that our Sovereign 

Lord King James, being immediate under God, doth rightfully 
claim whatlbever is required by the Oath of Allegiance, Edinb. 

1617 

1 03 2 1 Grafton's Chronological Tables, black Letter, 161 1 

10322 ■» Abridgement of the Chronicles of England, black letter ^ 

1572 

10323 Greenwood's Defcription of the Pafiion of Love, 1657 

10324 Gribalde's Life of Francis Spira, black letter, . i 548 

10325 Garden of Wyfdom, black letter, -. »539 

10326 Garden of the Mufes, ~— — — — ^^ « 1600 

10327 Grew on the bitter Purging Salt, ■ ' ■ 1700 
J0328 Governance of Virtue, /j/aiT/f /f^/f;-, ■ — '5 50 

103 29 Glanius's Voyage to the Eaft- Indies, ■■■ >■ ' '■ 1082 

10330 Gneuarra's Looking glafs for the Court, black letter, ^M^ 

10331 Gilda's Epiftle, >■ - ■■ — 1638 

10332 Godly and holfom Prefervatyve againft Defperation, bl.tck letter, 

'55« 

10333 Gofpell Way confirm'd by Miracles, ■ " ■■■-! 1 1648 

10334 Gamage Linfi-Woolfie, or two Centuries of Epigrammes, 1621 

10335 Garland of Godlie Flowers, black Letter, imtlirout date. 

IC336 Granada's Prayer and Meditation, _gz7^ ok //v /mi;^j, '^96 

10337 Higgon's Remarks on Bifhop Burnet's Hiftory of his Own Times, 

large paper, " • ^725 

10338 Short View of the Englilh Hiftory, lar^e Paper, 1725 

10339 Horace's Satire's, Epiftles, and Art of Poetry, engiilhed by S. Dun- 

ler, large paper, • < • — — 1712 

10340 — Odes and Epodes, by T. Hare, 1 '737 

10341 ■ Odes, Epodes and Carmen Seculare, by Oldifworth, 1719 

10342 Odes and Satyrs, by J. Smith, • . '^49 

10343 - — Odes and Satyrs by ieveral Hands, . 171- 

10344 ■ Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Seculare, with Notes upon 

Notes, 2 vol. 1713 

1C345 • '■ - Odes, Satyrs, and Epiftles, by Mr. Creech, 17(5 

10346 The fame, ■ - i7ri 

10347 Hiftory of the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713 

10^48 of the laft SelTion of the prcfent Parliament, 1718 

10349 " ^^ ^^^ Revolution in Perfia, in the Years 1722, 1723, 

1724, 1725, , 1727 

10350 — of the Prefs-yard, ■■ - ■ 1717 

10351 ■ ' " ' of the late Rebellion, 1716 

10552 ■ of the ancient Amphitheatres, nvito cuts, '730 

10353 — of the Devil, as well antient as modern, '727 

JO354 of the Regal Succeffion, ruled moith red lines., ^7^3 

)0355 •» of Pirates, <wtt/y cuts, • ■ 1724 

10356 of the Balearick Iflands, or of the Kingdom of Majorca, 

1716 

10357 ■■■' of Afia, Africa, and America, according to the Method 

of S. Poffendorf, ■ ■ ' 1705 

10358 ,— 11 ■■ of Man, or the Wonders of Human Nature, 1704 

10359 



Enghjh Books ^ isc, Oaavo. 34^ 

10359 Hillory of Timurbec, commonly called Tamerlain the Great, 
2 vol. ■■■ - •' ■ ■■ 1723 

of Gcnghizcan the Great, — — .— - 1722 

of the Affairs of Spain, from the firft Treaty of Parti- 



tion to the prefent Time, ■ ■ 1 707 

of China, by M. Du Halde, ivith cuts, 4 vol. 1736 

■ ■ of Treaties at Utrecht, &c. 2 vol. ■■ '7 '5 

of the Conqueft of Mexico by the Spaniards, tranflated by 



T. Tovvnefend, Efq; <with cuts, 2 vol. 1 *738 

of the Turks, with the Alcoran, ijcith cuts, 4 vol. 1718 

— -— of Engknd, 2 vol. . 1706 

of the Eari of Warwick, firnamed the King-maker, 1708 

of the Empire, from Charlemagne to Charles VI, by the 



1 ' O ' / — 

Sr. Heifs, 2 vol. -^ . ■ ■ 1730 

of the Feafts and Falls of the Church of England, ^ith 



cuts, ' ■ 1720 

of Formofa, by Geo. Salmanaazaar, ^jjtth cuts, 1 704 

— — of Clubs, . 17,0 

of Europe, or a View of the AiFairs thereof, civil and mi- 



litary, from the Year 1600 to 171 2, both inclufive, 17 vol. 
compleat. 

of the Houfe of Naffau, ■ ■ ■ ■ 1734 

of the laft Parliament, ■ ■ ■ ■ 1702 

of Commerce, Navigation, and Plantation, 1727 

of the Brvltile in Paris, 171 5 

of the iDucaniers of America, n^vith cuts, 1704 

■ of the Revolutions in Spain, 5 vol. ■ ■ '724 

of the Turks, Moguls and Tattars, vulgarly call'd Tar- 
tars, 2 vol. ■ . 1 730 

— — — of King-killers, or the Fanatick Martyrology, 2voJ. 1720 

■ ■ of Greece, by Tho. Hind, ... - ^ — 1707 
■ of the Revolution of Perfia, 2 vol. ■■« 1728 

of Portugal, by Capt. Stevens, < i6q8 

' ■ ' ' of Arlus, and Odolphus, Minillers of State to theEmprefs 
Grandinfula, v^ith other Trafts, 1 7 10 

of the Cdlober Club, from its Original to this Time, 1711 

of the White Staff, by Mr. Walpole, — — 1714 

■ ■■ ■ of the Triumvirates, by Mr. Otway, 1686 
— '■ — of the Calve*s-He;id Club, 1707 

' of the Prince of the Nazarenes and two Turks, 1719 

of Eccle£aftical Revenues, 168^ 

■ cf the third SefTion of the prefent Parliament, ^T^J 

of all the Rebellions, Infurrections and Confpiracies in 

England, ■ ■■ \-^\-i 

of the Popifh Plot, ^ — — — - 1 680 

of the King's Majefties Affairs in Scotland under the Mar- 

quefs of Montrofe. 

- — ■ of the Mitre and Purfe. . 1714 
' — of Fadion, alias Hypocrify, alias Moderation. 

of Scurvy Grafs, J677 



j^g - of Prince Eugene of Savoy, . i-^i 

399 — — of Quietifm, ~- ^ ■ ,698 

^00 ■ « of the three late famous IrnpcCo.--, . — — « 1 669 

10400 



344 £LngiJjD tsooKs, esc. uctaya. 

10401 Hirtory of tlie Whores of tlie Popes and Cardinals of Rome, 1679 

10402 . '■ — of a'l the Storms that have happened in England, 1704 

10405 of Pope Jo-.n and the Whores of Rome, i6B^ 

-10404 — ; of Lotteries, - ' • -■ ■■ .... — __ -1699 

104C1; ■ of Father ia Chr.ifc, Conftflbr to Lewis XIV. 1693 

i04-c6 of the Gre:it Level of the Fenns called Bedford-Level, 

1695 
104.07 •— * — of Queen ZanUi and the Zarazian?, 1705 

10408 — ' of Jewel', • ■ . 1671 

10409 Holder on Harmony, . . ■ '73 1 

1 0410 Hibernicus's Letter.-., 2 vol. •■ — — 1729 

10411 Hcarnes Dudior Hiltoricus, or a Syltem of Univerfal Hiftory, 

7, vol. — — 170^- 

10412 HillMry's rational and meehanical Efl'iv of the Small- po:<, 1735 
JO413 Hornet's Scripture Hiitory of the Jews and their Repablick, 2 vol. 

'737 

1 04 J 4 Hawkins's View of the real Power of the Pope, and of the Pow^ 
of the Priellhood over the Laity, -— — 1733 

10415 Harley's ElTay for compohng a Harmony l>etwecn the Pfalms 

and other i^arts of the Scripture, — — 1732 

10416 Hartcljffe's Trcatife of mornl and intelkifliial Virtues, 1722 

10417 Hodges and Quincy on the Plague, — ~- •■■ . . 17^1 

J041 8 Holdfoyd's Spiritual M;ui's Companion, — — '73 + 

IC439 Hamilton's (Lord Arcliib.) Aniwer to an anonymous Libel, intitlcd 

Articles exhibited againlc Lord Archibald Hamilton, 1718 

10420 Huvvney's Dodtr.ne of plain and fpherical Trigonometry, '725 

10421 Hammond's hiftcrical Narration of the v/hole Bible, icitb cuts, 

1718 

10422 .- • ■ ■ ■ Pratftical Catechifm, '■ 1700 

10423 - — ■ — — V— — Praftical Surveyor, av//^ cufs, ^— ■■^^31 

10424 Mifcellany of Original Poem<^, ■■ ■ 1720 

1042; Hatton's Syftem of Geography, — — . ^732 

10426 — ' Mathematical Manuel, ■ - ■- 1728" 

J0427 — View of London, or an ample Account of that City, 

2 vol. ■ ' ■ ■ 1708 

10428 " Index to Interell, _— . «=_ *7i4 

10429 Plalter of David, bour.din red Morocco, and gih on the 

Icwves, — — '. '"i— A ' - "i6q6 

10430 Hoadley's (Bp.) Anfwer to the Convocation, "• k .iscis-— "^71^ 

Cl04^i — Common Rights of Subjeds defended, 1719 

j<^452 — - — . Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sa- 
crament of the Lord's Supper, ■ '735 

10433 ■ ■ ' ■ — — Reafonablcncfs of Conformity to the Church ot 

England, — • 171 2 

10434 ■ —— Terms of Acceptance with Cicd, . . I7it 

1043^ — — On Civil Government, ~— 17*6 

IC436 Howell's Medulla Hillorice Anglicanse, the ancient and prefent State 

0fEni2;land, r-jirh cuts, — - — *''^' -—a 174.2 

10437 — •'>-' (James) Letters domeftick and foreign, — — 1737 

104:;, 8 • (Liur.) Hiftory of the Bible, tvith cuts, '»742 

iCjr.y Huchcfon's Inquiry into the Ideas of Beauty and Virtae, 1729 



10440 



/ 



Englijh Books, t^c. Oflavo. 345 

Tt344.i Hutchcfon's BiTiy on Witchcraft, — - i;i8 

10442 — . — View of the pretended Spirit of Prophecy, i ;oS 
10445 Huchinfon's Treatife of Power, cfTemial and mechanicil, i-jZ 

10444 ■ Eflay towards a Natural Hiftory of the Bib'.e, 1725 

1044; . (Archib.) Speech in the Houfe of Commons, 1722 

1044G Hay ward's (Sir John) Anfwer to Doleman on Succefiion, 168-; 

10447 Hillorical Regifter, containing an Impartial Rcl.ition of all Tranf- 

adTions, both civil and military, foreign and domefiick, from 
j the Year 1714 to 17.1?, both inclufive, 23 vol. comt.leut. 

10448 Hillorical Colleftions relating the Originals, Converfion5, and Re- 

volutions of the Inhabitants of Great Britain to the Norman Con- 
queft, ' ■ 1706 

10449 Holles's (Lord) Memoirs, from the Year 164 1 to 164?, 1699 

10450 Hippocrates's Aphorifms traiiflated, with Notes by Dr. Sprengell, 

1708 

1 045 1 Herodotus, tranflated by Mr. Littlebury, ivith cuts, 2 vol. 1737 
104,2 Hennepin's Difcovery of a vail Country in America, 'ii'rVi» nits, 1698 
10453 Haukfbee's phyfico-m.echanical Experiments, — — l-^ig 
IC454 Herbert's (Lord) Religion of tlie Gentiles, 1705 

1045; (Geo.) facred Poems, ■ 1709 

10456 Hooper's (Bilhop of Bath and Wells) Inquiry into the State of the 

ancient Meafures, • — ■ 1721 

104.57 ——— Difcourfe concerning Lent, 1695 

i04;;8 Hicke's pofthumous Difcourfes, • ■ I726 

1 0459 - ■ Letters, which pafs'd between liim and a Popilh Priell, 2 vol. 

1 709 

10460 • Chriflian Priellhood, 2 vol. ■ 171 1 

10461 . Government and Authority of the Church, '7"9 

10462 "Devotions in the ancient Wuy of OfEces, 1706 

10463 Huet's Weaknefs of human Underllanding, iT2c 

10464 Hales on the Power and Jurifdiftion of Parliaments, '/O? 

10465 Henley's Trafts relating to the Oratory, 1727 

10466 Hallifax's (Marquis of) iVIifcellanies, ■ ■ - 1704 

10467 Hudibras, W/Z» f«^/, — • • 1709 

10468 • The fame, ■' ■ '674. 

JO4.69 The fame, ^^vith cuts, 2 vol. icnio. 1716 

10470 — The fame, luith cuts, i2mo. 1710 

JO471 Howe on Self Dedication, . • 1702 

10472 Hodges on Coin and Publick Chari^es, • J 697 

10473 Haywood's Examination of Dr. Clarke's Scripture Dodrine of the 

Trinity, ^ 17 up 

10474 " ' Injured Hufband, . i~2-j 

1 04- 5 Hat-ris on the Deluge and Natural Hiftory of the J-.arth, 1697 

\0\'^6 Hope's Compleat Horfeman, or Perfedt Farrier, ivith cuts, J717 

10477 Hill's Rife and Progrefs of the Beech Oil Invention, 1715 

10478 Hell upon Earth, or the Town in an Uproa'r, 1729 

10479 Higden's View of the Engliih Conllitution, with the Anfwer jind 

Defence, ■ i-io 

ro48o Havers's Olleologia Nova, or new Obfcrvations of the Bones, 1(91 

10481 Hingefton's dreadful Alarm upon the Clouds of Heaven mix'd with 

Love, 1703 

10482 Hunt's Argument for the Bifhop's Right, with the Poilfcript, locz 

X X 104?,; 



3+6 Englijh Books, ^c. Odi^vo. 

1