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A T H E N ^ U M, 






Books Pages 1 — 185 

Tracts 189—270 

Atlases, Chabts, and Maps 271 — 273 

Portraits and Prints 274 

Addenda to Books 275 — ^283 

Index 287—332 


This Supplement contains all the Works added to the Library from the 
publication of the Catalogue in 1845, to the close of the year 1850. 

The same plan is adopted, viz. — an Alphabetical Arrangement of 
Titles under the Author*s name ; or under the Subject of the work, when 
the Author is unknown. 

Cross-references are principally confined to the names of Authors, 
Editors, and Persons mentioned in the titles. 

The Appendix to the first part of the Catalogue is incorporated in 
the Supplement. 

To facilitate consultation, an extensive Classified Alphabetical Index 
of Subjects has been compiled by Mr. B. R Wheatley. 

This does not include Works entered under Subjective Headings in 
the general Alphabet of the Catalogue, such as Special Biographies, and 
Translations of, or Commentaries on. Classical Authors (the exceptions to 
the rule as to Authors' names, given above), for these, being already under 
the Subject of the Biography or the Name of the Classic, required no 
further reference. 

In the first part of the Catalogue, the Contents of the principal 
Collections of Voyages and Travels were separately entered under their 
Authors' names : these, being only parts of Works^ have not been again 
referred to in the Index; but under the difierent Countries, the particular 
volumes of the Collections relating to them have been indicated. 

The Catalogues of Tracts having been fully cross-referenced, are also 
not included, — but the Subjective Headings of each class are noticed in 
the Index. 

To distinguish between Authors referred to in the first part of the 
Catalogue and those in the Supplement, the former are printed in Italics, 
as — Adams; the latter in Roman, as — Acland. 






Abbott (J.). Philip Musgrave, or Memoirs of a Church of England Mis- 
sionary in the North American Colonies. 12^ London, 1846. 

Abelabd. — see Craufurd. 

Abergayennt — Historical and Genealogical account of the Noble Family 
of Nevill, particularly of the House of Abergavenny, with account of 
the Family of the Beauchamps, &c., by Daniel Rowland, fol. London^ 

see Nicolas. 

AcHEBY (Lucas d'). Spicilegium sive CoUectio Veterum aliquot Scriptorum 
qui in Gallise Bibliothecis delituerant. Nova editio, expurgata, per Ludo- 
yicum-Franciscimi- Joseph de La Barre. 3 vols. fol. Parisiis, 1723. 

see Mabillon (Vetera Analecta). 

Acta Sanctorum Ord. S. Benedicti. — see Mabillon. 

Achilles Tatius Alexandrinus. De Leucippes et Clitophontis Amori- 
bus libri octo ; textum ad librorum MSS. fidem recensuit, Lat. Hannib. 
Cruceii Vers., notas CI. Salmasii, inAditas F. Guyeti, C. G. Goettlingii, 
C. B. Hasii et suas adjecit F. Jacobs. 8^ Lipsise, 1821. 

AcLAKD (T.). Popular Account of the Manners and Customs of India. 
12** London, 1847. 

Acta Sanctorum. — see Bollandus. 

Acton (Eliza). Modem Cookery in all its Branches, for the use of private 
fiEUiulies. 18^ London, 1845. 

Adam (Bobert). Euins of the Emperor Diocletian's Palace at Spalatro in 
Dahnatia. fol. London, 1763. 

Adams (Arthur). Natural History of the Eastern Archipelago. — see 

Adams (John Quincy) — Eulogy on his Life and Character, by Edward 
Everett. 8° Boston, 1848. 

Addresses (History of). — see Oldmixon. 

Admiralty Scientific Manual. — see Herschel. 

Supp. b 

2 ADO — ALE 

Adolphus (John). History of England from the accession to the decease 
of George the Third, vols. 1 to 7. 8** London, 1840-5. 

iEscHiNES. — see Demosthenes. 

iEscHYLUS. Tragcediae ad optimorum librorum fidem recensuit, integram 
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8° Lipsi», 1823-31. 

Tragedies, translated by R. Potter. 2 vols. 8** London, 1789. 

Die iEschylische Trilogie. — see Welcker. 

-^OPUS — ^Vita ^sopi ex Yratislaviensi ac partim Monacensi et Vindobo- 
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Nomenclator Zoologicus, continens nomina systematica Genenim 

Animalium tam viventiimi quam fossilium. 4** Soloduri, 1842-46. 

Bibliographia Zoologiae et GeologisB : a general Catalogue of all 

Books, Tracts, and Memoirs on Zoology and Geology, corrected and 
enlarged by H. E. Strickland. Vol. I. Periodicals, and Alphabet 
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AouESSEAU (le Chancelier d'). (Euvres. 13 vols. 4** Paris, 1759-89. 

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— 2-5. Pl&idoyers. 

— 6-7. Koquestes sur les matidres domaniales. 

— 8-9. Lettres sur les matidres criminelles et civiles. 

— 10. Suite des mdmes — Sur les Monnoies — Sur la Gompagnie des Indes, &c. 

— 11. Meditations sur I'origine de la Justice, &c. 

— 12. Lettres Philoeophiques, et Litt^raires, Mdmoires, &c. 

— 13. Vie,parsonfil8 — Mdmoire8surr£gli8e;1647-1710^AutresM6moire8. 

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Alcman Lyricus. Fragment^ collegit et recensuit Fr. Theoph. Welcker. 
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ALF — AME 8 

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— 8. Satire. — 11. Rime (con Tomo 3.) 
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Alison (Archibald). Principles of Population and their connexion with 

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England in 1815 and 1845, or a sufficient and a contracted Cur- 
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■ Free Trade and a Fettered Currency. 8® London, 1847. 

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Atlas to Alison's History of Europe, constructed by Alexander 

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All's a Delusion, a Comedy, in Five Acts. 8° London, 1847. 

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The Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin University and Ecclesiastical 

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Oliver and Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac, from the year 1824. 18° 


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America — History of the Western World. The United States. (Lardner's 
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Journal of the House of Eepresentatives of the Commonwealth of 

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A Sketch of the Present State of Commerce, Agriculture, and 

Manufactures in the United States, with some Observations on the 
ImpoUcy of High Tariff Laws. 12** Philadelphia, 1827. 

Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury in relation to the Annual 

Statement of Commerce and Navigation. 8** Washington, 1841. 
Keport from the Committee on Foreign Affairs on the Memorial 

of Jabez Mowry and others, on the Colonial Trade with Great Britain. 
April 14, 1842. 8° New York, 1842. 

Keport on Colonial Trade with Great Britain. 8** Washington, 1842. 

Report on the Commercial Relations of the United States with 

Foreign Nations ; comparative Tariffs and Tabular Statements of the 
Domestic Exports. 8^ Washington, 1842. 

— • see Patents. 

Abstract of the Massachusetts School Returns for 1841, 1842, 

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Ahebican Church — Journal of the Proceedings of the Bishops, Clergy, 
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■ Report of the Committee appointed to recommend a standard 

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Akiens — Illustrations of the Cathedral Church of Amiens, by B. Winkles; 
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Amos (Andrew). Four Lectures on the advantages of a Classical, as an 
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Bobeana in vol. 10 I Menagiana in 1-3 

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ChevrsBaua 9 Sevigniana 10 

Furet6riana 4 Valesiana 7 

Huetiana 8 VigneulMarvilliana 5-6 

Huet de TOrigine des RomanB. . . 8 

ANC — APO 5 

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Akthologia Grseca : ad fidem Codicis olim Palatini nunc Parisini ex Apo- 
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6 APO — ARI 

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'^—— Miscellaneous Works, with an Account of the Author's Life. 
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AM — AEN 7 

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8 AKN — AUB 

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AUG — BAG 9 

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Supp. c 


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see also Songs. 

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B AL — BAR 1 1 

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Maid's Tragedy 1 

Maid in the Mill 9 

Masque of the Inner Temple and 

Gray's Inn 2 

Monsieur Thomas 7 

Nice Valour 10 

Niffht- Walker 11 

Noble Qentleman 10 

Philaster 1 

Pilgrim 8 

Prophetess 8 

Queen of Corinth 5 

KoUo D. of Normandy 10 

Rule a Wife and have a Wife 9 

Scornful Lady 8 

Sea Voyage 8 

&>anish Curate 8 

lliierry and Theodoret 1 

Two Noble Kinsmen H 

Valentinian 5 

Widow 4 

Wife for a Month 9 

Wild-Goose-Chase 8 

Wit at several Weapons [ 4 

Wit without Money 4 

Woman-Hater /** 1 

Woman's Prize '*" y 

Women Pleased y 

Memoir, &c vol. 1 

Poems 11 

Beggar's Bush 9 

Bloody Brother 10 

Bonduca 5 

Captain 8 

Chances, (The) 7 

Coxcomb 3 

Cupid's Revenge 2 

Custom of the Country 4 

Double Marriage 6 

Elder Brother 10 

Fair Maid of the Inn 10 

Faithful Friends 4 

Faithful Shepherdess 2 

False One 6 

Four Plays in one 2 

Honest Man's Fortune 8 

Humorous Lieutenant 6 

Island Princess 7 

King and no King 2 

Knight of the Burning Pestle ... 2 

Knight of Malta 6 

Laws of Candy 5 

Little French Lawyer 3 

Love's Pilgrimage 11 

Love's Ci^ 9 

Lover's Progress 11 

Loyal Subject 6 

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Bsrens (Archdeacon). — see Mant's (Bishop) Life. 

Berghaus (H.) — see Johnston's Physical Atlas. 

Bernard's (Saint) Legendary Psalter. — see Brampton. 

Bernard's Travels. — see Palestine. 

14 BER — BIB 

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. Die Bibel oder die ganze Heilige Schrifb des Alten und Neuen 
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La Biblia 6 el Antiguo y Nuevo Testani^nto traducidos al 

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. The Romaunt Version of the Gospel of St. John, from MSS. in 

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Bibliothecse. — see Catalogue. 

BIO — BLO 16 

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T Appel aux honn^tes gens ; quelques pages dliistoire contempo- 

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■ Pages d'Histoire de la Revolution du F6vrier, 1848. 12® Brux- 

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16 BLO — BOP 

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see Pindarus. 

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■ Statement for Counsers opinion, and opinions of Gressier, Marie, 

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BoHL DE Faber (J. N.) — see Teatro EspanoL 

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Boke of Curtasye (The), an English Poem of the fourteenth century, edited 
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BOR — BOT 17 

[BoRDE (Charles)]. La Papesse Jeanne, polme en dix Chants. 8^ La 
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Borneo — A Selection from Papers, relating to Borneo and the Proceedings 
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Report of the Water Commissioners [to the Council of the City 

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Botany — ^Reports and Papers on Botany. (Ray Society). 8** London, 


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N&geli (Carl.) on Vegetable Cells. 
Link (H. F.) Report on Botany. 

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2. N^eli on Vegetable Cells. 

3. on the Utricular Structures in the contents of cells 

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see Zoology (Reports on.) 

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see Catalogue (Bibl. Heamiana). 


18 BOT— BRA 

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20 BBO — BUG 

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BUI — BUR 21 

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— 18. Zanoni. 

— 14. Night and Morning. 

Vol. 1. Rienzi. 

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— 8. Pelham. 

— 4. The Disowned. 

— 6. Devereux. 

— 6. Paul Clifford. 

— 7. Eiurene Aram. 

— 8-9. Ernest Maltravers. 

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22 BUB — CAT 

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— 8. Commentaria in Psalmoe et Isaiam. 

— 4. Pnelectiones in Jeremiam et Ezechielem. 

— 6. in Danielem et Prophetas minores. 

— 6. Connnentaria in Evangelia et Acta Apostolonim. 

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— 8. Opuscula Theologica. 

— 9. Institutiones Religionis ChristianAy &c. 

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■ The Poll containing the names of those Members of the Senate 

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Bull of Innocent vm. on the Marriage of Henry vn. with Elizabeth of York. 
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Lives of the Chief Justices of England, from the Norman Con- 
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Les Diplomates et Honmies d*Etat Europ6ens. Troisi^me s^rie. 

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Carew (Thomas). Works, reprinted from the Original Edition of 1640. 
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Cablisle in 1745 — Authentic Account of the Occupation of Carlisle in 
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Cabltle (Thomas). Critical and Miscellaneous Essays collected and 
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on Heroes, Hero Worship, and the Heroic in History. 8° Lon- 

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Chartism. 8** 

Latter-day Pamphlets. 12** 1850. 

see Cromwell's Letters. 

Cabols — Specimens of Old Christmas Carols, selected from Manuscripts 
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see also Ballads; Songs. 

Cabpenteb (William H.). — see Vandyck. 

Cabboll of Carrollton (Charles). Journal, during his visit to Canada 
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Cabteb (Mrs. E.). — see Epictetus (translation). 

Cabtwbight (John). Appeal on the Subject of the English Constitution, 
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■ Letter to the Electors of Nottingham. 8** London, 1803. 

State of the Nation, in a series of Letters to the Duke of Bedford. 

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Caby (Henry Francis). — see Aristophanes. 

Memoir of the Reverend Henry Francis Cary, translator of Dante, 

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8*> London, 1847. 

Cabystius. — see Meursius, vol. 7. 

Castelnau (Michel de). Ses M6moires, illustrez et augmentez de plusieurs 
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Casti (Giambatista). Gli Animali Parlanti, poema epico. 3 vols 8® 
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The Three Groats, translated from the Italian (li Tr^ Giuli), with 

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Castlemaine^s (Earl of) Embassy. — see M. Wright. 

Catalogues: — 

The London Catalogue of Books, with their sizes, prices, and 
publishers, from 1814 to 1846. 8** London, 1846. 

Supplement, from 1846 to 1849. 8^ London, 1849. 

Bibliotheca Londinensis — a Classified Index to the Literature of 
Great Britain during Thirty Years, arranged from, and serving 
as a Key to, the London Catalogue of Books, 1814-46. 8® 
London^ 1848. 

SUPP. e 

26 CAT 

Catalogues op Pubuc Librabies : — 

Catalogue of the Library of the Corporation of the City of London, 
instituted 1824. 8** London, 1840. 

of the Chinese Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, by 

S. Kidd. 8° London, 1838. 

of the Scientific Books in the Library of the Royal Sodety. 

8** London, 1839. 

of the Miscellaneous Literature in the Library of the Royal 

Society. 8® London, 1841. 

of the Library of the Royal College of Surgeons in London. 

3 parts. 8** London, 1831-40-50. 

(Classed) of the Books contained in the Library of the Royal 

College of Surgeons in London. 8** London, 1843. 

(Alphabetical) of the Printed Books in the Library of the 

Inner Temple, with Index to the Law Treatises and Reports. 
8^ London, 1843. 

of the Library of the Middle Temple, arranged according to 

classes, and alphabetically. 2 vols. 8^ London, 1845. 

of the Library in Red Cross Street, Cripplegate, founded 

pursuant to the will of the Reverend Daniel Williams, D.D., 
1716. 2 vols. 8^ London, 1841. 

of the London Library, by John Qeorge Cochrane. 8* 

London, 1847. 

of the Arundel Manuscripts in the Library of the College of 

Arms, by Sir Charles George Young, Garter (privately printed). 
8^ London, 1829. 

Specimen of a Catalogue of the Books on Foreign Law, 

presented by C. P. Cooper to the Society of Lincoln's Inn. [The 
Laws of Spain.] 8** London, 1847. 

of Books on Foreign Law, founded on the Collection pre- 

sented by C. P. Cooper to the Society of Lincoln's Inn. Vol. I. 
Laws and Jurisprudence of France, Ancient Part. 8® London, 

of the Works in Medicine and Natural History contained 

in the Radcliffe Library, Oxford, by J. Kidd, M.D. 8** Oxford, 

(Descriptive, Analytical, and Critical) of the MSS. bequeathed 

unto the University of Oxford by Elias Ashmole and others, by 
William Henry Black. 4*^ Oxford, 1845. 

(Classed) of the Library of the Writers to his Majesty's 

Signet. 4** Edinburgh, 1805. 

^Alphabetical) of the Library of the Society of Writers to 

the Signet, with a general Index. 4® Edinburgh, 1837. 

of the Egyptian Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity Col- 

lege, by Edward Hincks. 8° Dublin, 1843. 

of the Library of Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massa- 

chusetts, by Benjamin Peirce. 4 vols. 8° Cambridge, 1830. 

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Catalogues of Pubug Libraries^ conHnued: — 

Catalogue des Livres de la Biblioth^ue de FObservatoire Royal de 
Bruxelles, par A. Quetelet. 8® Bruxelles, 1847. 

des Livres sur V^lin de la Biblioth^ue du Boi. — see Van 


des Manuscrits des Biblioth^ques Publiques des D^parte- 

ments. Tome 1". 4^ Paris, 1849. 

des Manuscrits de la Bibliotheque Boyale des Dues de Bour- 

gogne, public par ordre du Ministre de rint^rieur. 3 vols. fol. 
Bruxelles, 1842. 

Tome 1. IU8um6 Historique — ^Inventaire. 
— 2-8. Repertoire M6ihodique. 

Fortegnelse over Selskabets Atbenseums Bogsamling; 

[Catalogue of the Library of the Athenseum at Copenhagen.] 
12** 1834. 

Catalogues of Private Libraries : — 


Lidex Bibliothecffi qua Frandscus Barberinus Cardinalis magnifi- 
centissimas suffi famili» ad Quirinalem aedes magnifieenUores 
reddidit. 2 vols. fol. Honise, 1681. 

Catalogue Baisonn^ de la Collection de M. Pierre Antoine Crevenna^ 
N6gociant k Amsterdam. 6 vols, in 3. 4° Amsterdam, 1775. 

Analytique des Archives de M. le Baron de Joursanvault, 

contenant une pr^cieuse collection de MSS., Chartes, et Documens 
originaux, concemant THistoire G^n6rale de France, Thistoire 
particuli^re des Provinces, de la Noblesse, et de Tart H^raldique. 
2 vols. 8** Paris, 1838. 

des Livres imprimis, Manuscrits, Estampes, Dessins, et 

Cartes k jouer, composant la Bibliotheque de C. Leber, avec des 
notes [et des fac-similes]. 3 vols. 8^ Paris, 1839. 


Catalogue. Bibliotheca Grenvilliana, or Bibliographical Notices of 
Bare and Curious Books forming part of the Library of the Bight 
Hon. Thomas Grenville, by John Thomas Payne and Henry 
Foss. 2 vols. 8*' London, 1842. 

. Bibliotheca Heamiana — Excerpts from the Catalogue of 

the Library of Thomas Heame, A.M., printed from his own 
Manuscript. [Privately printed by Beriah Botfield.] 8® London, 

of the English Portion of the Library of the Venerable 

Francis Wrangham, Archdeacon of Cleveland (unpublished). 8* 
Malton, 1826. 

Catalogues of Private Libraries sold by Auction : — 

Catalogue des Livres de feu M. D*[Argen8on] (in vol. 2 of the 
La ValUere Catalogue, 1767). 8** Paris, 1766. 

des Livres du Cabinet de CI. Gros de Boze (avec les deux 

Estimations de Davids et Martin). 8° Paris, 1753. 

des Livres provenans de la Bibliotheque de feu M. de Boze 

[par Gabriel Martin]. 8"" Paris, 1754. 

28 CAT 

Catalogues of Private Libraries sold by Auction, continued: — 

Catalogue des Livres rares et precieux de la Biblioth^que de M. C* * *, 
er Paris, 1829. 

— — ~ de Livres rares [de feu M. Camus], par Guill. de Bure, 
(avec les prix.) 8° Paris, 1786. 

des Livres de la Biblioth^ue de Pierre Antoine Bolongaro- 

Crevenna, avec les prix imprim6s. 5 vols. 8^ Amsterdam, 

de la Biblioth^que de Pierre Antoine Bolongaro-Crevenna. 

12** Amsterdam, 1793. 

Bibliotheca Fayana, seu Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecn 

D. Car. Hieronymi de Cistemay du Fay, digestus et descriptus k 
Qabriele Martin, cum Indice alphabetico. 8^ Parisiis, 1725. 

des Livres rares et singuliers du Cabinet de M. FilheuL 

8^ Paris, 1779. 

des Livres de Louis Jean Gkdgnat, par G. F. de Bure. 

(Supplement k la Bibliographic Listructive.) 2 vols. 8^ Paris^ 

-. Catalogus Librorum Bibliotbecse Caroli Henrici Comitis 

de Hoym, digestus et descriptus k Gktbriele Martin, cum Lidice 
alphabetico. 8^ Parisiis, 1738. 

des Livres de la Biblioth^que de feu M. de Lamoignon. 

3 vols. 8^ Paris, 1791. 

de la Biblioth^que de feu M. Philippe de Larenaudi^re. 8* 

Paris, 1846. 

des Livres provenans de la Biblioth^que de M. le Due de 

La Yalliere, avec une Table Alphab6tique des Auteurs, par G. 
Fran9ob de Bure le jeune. 2 vols. 8^ Paris, 1767. 

de la Biblioth^que de feu M. le Due de La Yalliere ; Pre- 

miere partie (les Manuscrits, les premieres editions, livres sur 
velin, livres rares, i!^.), par Guillaume de Bure, fils ain6. 3 vols. 
8** Paris, 1783. 

— Seconde partie, dispos^e par Jean-Luc Nyon Tain^. 6 

vols. 8** Paris, 1784. 

de la Bibliothdque de feu A. J. Letronne. 8^ Paris, 


de la Biblioth^que de M. Libri. 8** Paris, 1847. 

— des Livres rares et precieux de la Biblioth^ue de feu M. 
le Comte de Mac-Carthy Reagh. 2 vols. 8** Paris, 1815. 

. Catalogus Bibliothecae Menckenianse. 2 vols. 12^ Lipsiie, 


des Livres de la Biblioth^que de feu M. Millin. 8° Paris, 1819. 

des Livres de la Biblioth^que de Mirabeau Fain^, (with the 

prices.) 8** Paris, 1791. 

This Catalogue includes the entire Library of Buffon, which was pur- 
diased by Mirabeau. 

-. Bibliotheca Maphsei Pinellii Yeneti magno jam studio col- 

lecta, a Jacobo Morellio Bibliothecse Venetse D. Marci custode 
descripta et annotationibus illustrata. 6 vols. 8^ Yenetiis, 1787. 

CAT 29 

Catalogues of Private Libraries bold by Augtiok, cantirmed: — 

Catalogue des Livres de la Biblioth^que de feue Madame la Marquise 
de Pompadour, Dame du Palais de la Beine. 8^ Paris, 1765. 

. Biblioth^que Dramatique de Pont de Yesle, form6e avee les 

debris des Bibliotheques de Saint Ange, de Crozat, de Madame de 
Pompadour, &c., (with Bibl. de Soleinne, vol. 6.) 8® Paris, 1847. 

des Livres de feu M. TAbb^ d'Orleans de Eothelin, par 

Gabriel Martin. 8** Paris, 1746. 

des Livres rares et pr6cieux composant-la Bibliotheque de 

M. L. M. de Roure. 8** Paris, 1848. 

Catalogus Librorum qui studiis inservierunt MatthisB 

Roveri. 2 vols. 8** Lugd. Bat., 1806. 

Katalog der von August Wilhelm von Schlegel nachgelas- 

senen BUchersammlung den Iten Dezember, 1845 offentlich 
versteigert. 8** Bonn, 1845. 

Bibliotheque de M. le Baron Silvestre de Sacy, [par R 

Merlin]. 3 vols, 8** Paris, 1842-47. 

Bibliotheque Dramatique de Monsieur de Soleinne; catalogue 

r6dig6 par P. L. Jacob, Bibliophile. 6 vols, in 3. 8® Paris, 1843-4. 

Tome 1. Th6&tre Oriental, Grec et Eomain, Latin modeme, anden Th6&tre 
Fran9aiB et juaqu'A Bacine. 

— 2. Fran9ai8 depiiiB Bacine jusqu'A Victor Hugo, Th6&tre des 

provinces, et A I'^tranger. 

— 8. Fran9ai8 de la Coiir, de Paris, burlesque, satiriques, en 

patois, ftc. 

— 4. Italien, Espagnol et Portugais, Allemand, Anglais, Suedois, 

FUunand et Hollanoais, Russe et Polonais, Turc, Grec et Yalaque. 

— 5. Ecrits relati& au Th6Atre, Bibliographie du Th6Atre, Eetampes. 

— 6. Autographes; Table G^n^rale, par M. Goizet. 

de la Bibliotheque c^l^bre de Ludwig Tieck, vendue ^ 

Berlin. 8** 1849. 

des Livres de la Biblioth6que de la maison professe des ci- 

devant soi-disans Jesuites. 8^ Paris, 1763. 

Bibliotheca elegantissima, Parisina; Catalogue des livres 

du Cabinet d'un Amateur. 8^ Londres, 1790. 

d*une Collection pr^cieuse de Livres vendus k Halle, 16 

Mars, 1846. 8** Halle, 1846. 


Catalogues — Lost of the Original Catalogues of the principal 
Libraries sold by auction by Leigh and Sotheby, from 1744 to 
1828. 8** London, 1828. 

Catalogue of the Library, Books of Prints, Missals and MSS. of 
William Beckford, Esq., at Fonthill Abbey. 8** London, 1823. 

of the Library of Frederick, Earl of Bessborough. 8® 

London, 1848. 

of the Library of John Black, editor of the "Morning 

Chronicle," 2 parts. 8° London, 1844. 

of the Library of the late Count Borromeo, of Padua, 

(Italian Novels of the xv. and xvi. Centuries). 8^ London, 

80 CAT 

Catalogues of Private Libraries sold bt AueriOK, continued: — 


Catalogue of the Library of Benj. Heywood Bright, 2 parts, (with the 
parts containing the Works on Natural EUstory, the MSS., and 
the Law Library.) 8** London, 1844-5. 

of the Library of John Trotter Brockett, (with printed 

prices and names.) 8® London, 1823. 

of the Library [of the Duke of Buckingham] removed from 

Stowe House, Buckinghamshire, (with the prices.) 
London, 1849. 

Another Copy. 8® London, 1849. 

of the Library of George Chahners. Parts 1, 2, and 3. 8^ 

London, 1841-2. 

of an extensive collection of Spanish Books, the property of 

W. B. Chorley, (with the prices). 8*> London, 1846. 

of the European and Asiatic Manuscripts of Dr. Adam 

Clarke. 8*» London, 1836. 

of the Library of Antony Collins, sold by Auction at St. 

Paul's Coffee-house, Monday, the 18th day of January, 1730-1, 
by Thomas Ballard ; both parts. 8** London, 1731. 

of Spanish Books, the Library of Don J. Antonio Conde. 

8** London, 1824. 

of the Library of the Reverend Thomas Crofts, Chancellor of 

the Diocese of Peterborough, (with printed prices.) 8^ London, 

of the Library of J. Walter K. Eyton, (Collection of 

privately printed Books, &c,) 8° London, 1848. 

of the Library of David Garrick, Esq., with the modem 

works added thereto by his Widow. 4^ London, 1823. 

of the Library of Thomas Jolley, 4 parts, in 1 vol 8' 

London, 1843-4. 

of the Library of a Gentleman [David Ker] (Early Typo- 

graphy, &C.). 2 parts in 1 vol. 8** London, 1847-8. 

of the Library of Edward, Viscount Kingsborough, (including 

the Chinese Books of the Jesuits* College at Pekin.) 8^ 
Dublin, 1842. 

of the Library of John Morice (Topographical and Histo- 

rical Works, illustrated with Drawings, emblazoned Armorial 
Bearings, &c), &* London, 1844. 

of the Library of the late Thomas Murdoch [rich in Spanish 

and Portuguese Literature]. 4° London, 1847. 

of the Library of Dr. John Murphy. 6 parts. 8^ London, 


of the Library of G, F. Nott, Canon of Winchester. 8** 

Winchester, 1842. 

-. of rare and curious Old Tracts, Manuscript Letters, and 

Ballads, never published, [Lister Parker's]. 8° London, 1815. 
of the Library of Dr. Samuel Parr, 2 parts. 8® London, 


CAT 31 

Catalogues of Private Librabies sold by Auction, wnJlMVMd: — 

CatcJogue of the Library of Kobert Soutbey. 8^ London, 1844. 

of the Library of H.R.H. tbe Duke of Sussex. 6 parts in 

1 vol. 8° London, 1844-5. 

of tbe Library, Manuscripts and Autograpb Letters, and 

Collection of Prints, Ac, of tbe late WiUiam Upcott. 8* 
London, 1846. 

of tbe Library of tbe late Walter Wilson. 8® London, 


' of tbe Library of Arcbdeacon Wrangbam. 2 parts. ^ 

London, 1843. 

Catalogues op Antiquities, Pictures, etc. : — 

Catalogues of tbe Exhibitions of Ancient and Modem Pictures at tbe 
British Institution for promoting tbe Fine Arts, from tbe com- 
mencement in 1806 to the present time. 4^. 

Catalogue of the Koman Silver Coins in tbe Library of Trinity 
College, Dublin, by John A. Malet. 8** Dublin, 1839. 

of Antiquities, Coins, Pictures, and miscellaneous Curiosities, 

in tbe possession of tbe Society of Antiquaries of London, 1847. 
By Albert Way. 8** London, 1847. 

Catalogues op Antiquities, Pictures, etc., sold by Auction : — 

Catalogue of tbe Contents of Stowe House, near Buckingham, sold 
by Christie and Manson, Tuesday, August 15, 1848. 4^ 
(London), 1848. 

Tbe Stowe Catalogue, priced and annotated, by Henry 

Bimisey Forster. 4** London, 1848. 

des Objets d'Art qui composent la Collection Debruge- 

Dum^nil. 8^ Paris, 1849. 

d*une collection de Lettres autograpbes [de M. Charon]. 8^ 

Paris, 1848. 

des Tableaux composant la Qalerie de feu S. E. le Cardinal 

Fescb. 4^ Rome, 1841. 

Eaisonn^ des Tableaux de feu S. £. le Cardinal Fescb, 

occompagne de notices historiques et analytiques des mfdtres des 
6coles Flamande, &c., par George. 2"* et 3"* parties. 8® 
Rome, 1844. 

Raisonn6 de la pr^cieuse Collection de Dessins et d*£stampes. 

au nombre de pres de 30,000, formant le Cabinet de M. Ch. Van 
Hulthem. 8** Gand, 1846. 

d'une belle collection de Tableaux des 6coles Italienne, 

Flamande, Hollandaise et Fran9aise, form^e par M. Stevens, 
8° Paris, 1847. 

of a Collection of English Portraits, from Egbert tbe 

Great [Musgrave's], sold by Richardson. 8° London, 1800. 
-. Die Kunstsammlung des Freiherm C. F. L. F. von Rumohr, 

bescbreibend dargestellt von J. G. A. Frenzel. 8^ Lubeck, 

32 CAT— CEN 

Catalogues of Antiquities, Pictures, etc., sold by AucnoK^ wrUinued: 

Catalogue of the Collection of British and Foreign Portraits of the 
Bey. Thomas Russell [works of Hogarth, £c.]. 4? London, 

(Descriptive) of a collection of Byzantine, early Italian, 

German, and Flemish Pictures, belonging to his Serene High- 
ness Prince Louis d'Ottingen Wallerstein. 8® London, 1848. 

of the Classic Contents of Strawberry Hill, collected by 

Horace Walpole. 4*» London, 1842. 

Catherine the Second, Empress of Russia — Life by William Tooke. 3 vols. 
8** London, 1800. 

Catherwood (F.). Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, 
Chiapas, and Yucatan, fol. London, 1844. 

Caussin de Perceval (A. P.). Essai sur I'Histoire des Arabes, avant 
rislamisme, pendant T^poque de Mahomet, et jusqu*k la reduction de 
toutes les tribus sous la loi Musulmane. 3 vols. 8^ Paris, 1847-8. 

Cavallo (Tiberius). Treatise on Magnetism, in Theory and Practice, with 
original experiments. 8^ London, 1787. 

Cavour (M. de). De la Question relative k la Legislation Anglaise sur 
le Commerce des C^r^ales. 8** Geneve, 1845. 

Catlet (G^rge John). Some Account of the Life and Adventures of Sir 
Reginald Mohun, Bart. Canto 1st. 8^ London, 1849. 

Catlus, Antiquit^s, Suite. — see La Sauvag^re. 

Cellarius (Christophorus). Notitia Orbis Antiqui sive Geographia plenior 
ab ortu Rerumpublicarum ad Constantinorum tempora Orbis terrarum 
faciem declarans, cum tabulis Greographicis. 2 vols. 4^ Cantab., 

Cellini (Benvenuto). Memoirs written by himself, translated from the 
last Milan edition by Thomas Roscoe. 12^ London, 1847. ' 

■ Vita, scritta da lui medesimo, restituita alia lezione ori^ale sul 

MS. Poirot ora Laurenziano, ed arricchita d'illustrazioni et documenti 
inediti, da Francesco Tassi. 2 vols. 8^ Firenze, 1829. 

Rioordi Prose e Poesie, con documenti, la mag^or parte inediti, in 

seguito della Vita, pubblicata da Francesco Tassi. [Vol. 3.] 8** Firenze, 

Celsus (A. Cornelius). MedicinsB libri octo ex recensione Leonardi Targe, 
cum notis variorum, acced. J. L. Bianconius de Celsi setate, et G. Mat- 
thise Lexicon Celsianum. 4^ LugcL Bat., 1785. 

Cennini (Cennino). Trattato della Pittura, messo in luce la prima volta 
con Annotazioni dal Cavaliere Giuseppe Tambroni. 8^ Roma, 1821. 

Centlivre (Susanna). Works, with an account of her Life. 3 vols. 12^ 
London, 1761. 

Peijured Husband, vol. 1 

Perplexed Lovers. 2 

Platonic Lady 2 

Stolen Heiress 1 

Wife well managed 3 

Wonder (The) 3 

Artifice vol. 3 

Basset Table 1 

Beaux's Duel 1 

BickerstafiTs Burial 3 

Bold Stroke for a Wife 3 

Busy Body 2 

Cruel Gift 2 

Gamester vol. 1 

Gotham Election 3 

Love at a Venture 1 

Love's Contrivance 2 

Manbewitch'd 3 

lifarplot in Lisbon 2 




Cervantes (Miguel de). Leben und Thaten des weisen Junkers Don 
Quixote von Mancha, aus der Urschrifil, nebst der Fortsetzung des 
Avellaneda, von F. J. Bertuch. 6 vols. 8** Weimar, 1775-7. 

Stories and Chapters from Don Quixote versified ; " The Curious 

Impertinent." 12** London, 1848. 

The Squib or Searchfoot; an unedited little work which Miguel de 

Cervantes Saavedra wrote in defence of the First Part of the Quijote, 
published by Don Adolfo de Castro at Cadiz, in 1847, translated. 12** 
Cambridge, 1849. 

Vida escrita e ilustrada por D. Martin Fernandez de Navarrete. 

8° Madrid, 1819. 

Chalcondylas (Laonicus) Atheniensis. De origine et rebus gestis Tur- 
corum, Latine, C. Clausero interprete, adjecimus Theod. Gazsd et aliorum 
de rebus Turcorum adversus Christianos opuscula. fol. Basilese, 

de Rebus 

Chalcondylas (Laonicus) \ 

Gaza (Theodorus) 

Egnatius (Bapt.) 

Euboicus (Nicol.) 

Ramus (Joan.) 

Lacuna (And. A.) 

Drechsler (Wolfg.^ 

Pecondinus (P.), ae Vita Tamerlanis. 

Callimachus (P.), de Clade Yamensi. 

Chiensis (Leon.), de Capta Constanti- 

Isidorus Card. Ruth., de eadem. 

Incertus Autor, de Capta Chalcide. 

Sabellicus (A. CX de Clade Sontiaca. 

Cepio (C), de reous P. Moccenici con- 
tra Turcas. 

Canoersin (G.), de oppugnatis a Turca 
Constanti nopoli, Kigroponto, &c. 

de Captione Hydruntinaj 


Barletius (M.), de Scodrensi urbe a 

Turca expugnata. 
Penias (H.), de gestis Sophi contra 

Fontanus (J.), de Bello Rhodio. 
Soitterus (M.), de Bello Pannonico. 
Armerius (A.), de Gk>uleta et Tuneto 

Etrobius de TunicesB urbis expugna- 

Crispus (Jo.), de Naxo insula A Turcis 

Villagagnonus de Expeditione ad Ar- 

Stella (J. M.), de Turcarum in regno 

HungariiB 1543 gestis, de Alten- 

burgi munitione, &c. 
Stella (J. C. C), de expugnato Aphro* 


Chalkhill (John). Thealma and Clearchus; a Pastoral Romance, first 
published by Isaac Walton, 1683; now edited by S. W. Singer. 18** 
Chiswick, 1820. 

[Challoner (Richard), " Bishop of Debra"]. Memoirs of Missionary 
Priests, as well secular as regular, and of other Catholics of both sexes, 
that have suffered death in England on religious accounts from 1577 to 
1684. 2 vols. 8° London, 1741. 

Chalmers (George). A Collection of Treaties between Great Britain and 
other Powers. 2 vols. 8° London, 1790. 

see Ireland (W. H.); Ruddiman. 

Chalmers (Thomas) — Discourse commemorative of him, by William R 
Sprague. 8** Albany, 1847. 

Chaltas (L. a.). Le Due Charles de Brunswick avant et depuis la Revo- 
lution de Brunswick en Septembre, 1830. 8® Paris, 1832. 

Chamberlayne (William). Pharonnida: an Heroic Poem; and Love's 
Victory: a tragi-comedy. 3 vols, in 2. 12** London, 1820. 

Chambers (Robert). History of the Rebellion in 1745-6. 12** Edin- 
burgh, 1847. 

Traditions of Edinburgh. 12^ Edinburgh, 1847. 

8UPP. P 

84 CHA 

Chambebs (W. and K). Edinburgh Journal, from the commencement 
of the New Series in 1844. 8** Edinburgh, 1844. 

Champolliox-Figeac (Aim6). Captivity du Roi Fran9oi8 1". (Docu- 
ments inMts sur THistoire de France). 4** Paris, 1847. 

see Silvestre. 

Essay on his System of Hieroglyphics. — see Salt (H.) 

Chandleb rEUcardus). Marmora Oxoniensia. [Engravings of the Arun- 
delian Marbles], fol. Oxonii, 1763. 

Changing (Walter). Address on the prevention of Pauperism. 12** Bos- 
ton, 1843. 

Channing (William Ellery). Works. 6 vols. 8** Glasgow, 1840. 

Chantbet (Sir Francis) — Recollections of his life, practice, and opinions, 
by George Jones, R.A. 8° London, 1849. 

Chapman (George). — see Marlowe (C.) 

Chables II. — Secret History of the Court and Reign of Charles the 
Second, with Introductory Sketches of the preceding period from the 
accession of James the First, with a Supplement to the Revolution. 
2 vols. 8^ London, 1792. 

■ Personal History. — see Hamilton's Gnunmont. 

Visit to Norwich. — see Turner (Dawson). 

Chables ix. de France — Chronique. — see M^rim^e. 

Chabnogk (John). Biographia Navalis, or Memoirs of the Lives and 
Characters of Officers of the Navy of Great Britain, from the year 1660 
to the present time. 6 vols. 8° London, 1794-1798. 

— — History of Marine Architecture, including an enlarged view of 
the Nautical Regulations and Naval History of all Nations, especially 
of Great Britain. 3 vols. 4** London, 1800. 

Chabbi^be (E.). — see France (Negociations). 

Chateaubbiand (Le Vicomte A. F. de). The Monarchy according to the 
Charter. 8® London, 1816. 

■ M^moires d'Outre-tombe. vol. 1 to . 8® Bruxelles, 1849. 
see Ranc6 (Vie). 

Chatham (William Pitt, Earl of). Life. — see Junius (Waterhouse). 

Chattebton (Thomas). Poems supposed to have been written at Bristol 
by Thomas Rowley and others, in the Fifteenth Century, with appendix 
on the Language of these Poems, to prove they were written by Chat- 
terton, [by Thomas Tyrwhitt]. 8** London, 1794. 


Observations on the Poems attributed to Rowley, tending to prove 
that they were really written by him, [by Rayner Hickford,] 
with Remarks on [Tyrwhitt's] Appendix [by John Fell]. 8* 

Vindication of the Appendix to the Poems called Rowley's, in reply 
to Milles and Bryant, by Thomas Tyrwhitt. 8** London, 1782. 

Observations on the Poems of Thomas Rowley, in which their 
authenticity is ascertained, by Jacob Bryant. 2 vols. 8° Lon- 
don, 1781. 

CHA— CHE 36 

Chatterton (Thomas). — ^Works on the Rowleyan Controversy, can^ 
Hntied: — 

Enquiry into the authenticity of the Poems of Thomas Rowley, in 
which the arguments of Jeremiah Milles and Jacob Bryant are 
examined, by Thomas Warton. 8® London, 1782. 

Remarks upon the eighth section of the second volume of Warton*s 
History of English Poetry, [by Henry Dampier]. 8® London. 

Cursory observations on the Poems attributed to Thomas Rowley, 
with Remarks on the Commentaries of Jeremiah Milles and 
Jacob Bryant, [by Edmund Malone]. 8® London, 1782. 

Strictures on " Cursory Observations on the Poems of Rowley," with 
a postscript on Warton's Enquiry, [by E. B. Greene.] 8° Lon- 
don, 1782. 

Examination of the Poems attributed to Thomas Rowley and William 
Canynge, with a defence of the opinion of Mr. Warton. 8** 

Rowley and Chatterton in the Shades ; or NugsB antiquse et novae, a 
new Elysian interlude. 8** London, 1782. 

The Prophecy of Queen Emma, an ancient ballad written by Johannes 
Turgotus, in the reign of William Rufus, with a vindication of 
the authenticity of the Poems of Ossian and Rowley, [by W. J. 
Mickle]. 8** London, 1782. 

Chaucer (Geoffrey). The Canterbury Tales, a new text, with illustrative 
notes, edited by Thomas Wright. (Percy Society, vols. 24-5-6.) 
3 vols. 8° London, 1847. 

Chaudey (M. G.). Appreciation historique, litt^raire et politique, de THis- 
toire de Dix Ans (de Louis Blanc). 8° Paris, 1845. 

Chemistry — Introduction to Practical Organic Chemistry, with references 
to the works of Davy, Brande, Liebig. (Small Books on Great Subjects, 
No. 4.) 12° London, 1843. 

Ch^ier (Andr6). Poesies, pr6c6d6es d'une Notice par H. de Latouche. 
12** Paris, 1847. 

see Malherbe. 

Chanter (Marie Joseph de). Tableau historique de T^tat et des progr^s 
de la Litt6rature Fran9aise, depuis 1789. 8** Paris, 1816. 

Th64tre, pr6c6d6 de Considerations sur la liberty du Theatre en 

France. 3 vols. 8^ Paris, 1818. 

Cherry (Henry Curtis). Illustrations of the Saints' Days, and other Fes- 
tivals of the Church. 2 vols. 18° London, 1844. 

Cherubini (Laertius). — see BuUarium. 

Chesterfield (Philip Dormer, Earl of). Letters, including many now 
first published from the Original MSS., edited, with notes, by Lord 
Mahon. 4 vols. 8° London, 1845. 

Chettle (Henry). Kind-Heart's Dream; containing five apparitions, with 
their invectives against abuses reigning, from the original Black-Letter 
Tract of 1592, edited by E. F. Rimbault. (Percy Society, vol. 5.) 8*" 
London, 1841. 

Chevalier (Michel). Lettres sur TOrganisation du Travail, ou Etudes sur 
les principales causes de la Misere et sur les moye^ propose pour y 
remMer. 12'' Bruxelles, 1848. 

36 CHE — CIB 

Chevalier (Michel). The Labour Question: Amelioration of the Condition 
of the Labouring Classes^ Wages, Organization of Labour. 18^ London, 

China — Contribution to an Historical Sketch of the Portuguese Settle- 
ments in China, principally of Macao, by A. L. Knt. (privately printed.) 
8° Macao, 1832. 

I Description of the City of Canton, with an Appendix, containing 

an accoimt of the population of the Chinese Empire, &c, 8° Canton, 

Choiseul (le Due deV M6moires Merits par lui-meme, et imprimis dans 
son Cabinet, k Cnanteloup, en 1778. 2 vols, in 1. 8** Chanteloup, 

Choiseul Goufpier (Marie G. F. A. Comte de). Voyage Httoresque de 
la Grece. 2 vols. fol. Paris, 1782-1809. 

Christendom — Present State of Christendome, and the interest of England 
with a regard to France. 4** London, 1677. 

Christian Doctrine and Practice in the Second Century. (Small Books on 
Great Subjects, No. 7.) 12^ London, 1844. 

Christian Doctrine and Practice in the Twelfth Century. (Small Books on 
Great Subjects, No. 17.) 12° London, 1850. 

Christian Remembrancer, a quarterly Review, 8® London, 1847-9. 

Christian Sects in the Nineteenth Century, in a Series of Letters to a Lady. 
(Small Books on Great Subjects, No. 11.) 12^ London, 1846. 

Christianity — On the State of Man before the promulgation of Chris- 
tianity. (Small Books on Great Subjects, No. 14.) 12° London, 

Christie (S. H.). Elementary course of Mathematics, for the use of the 
Royal Military Academy. Vol. 1. 8° London, 1845. 

Christine, Reine de Suede — M^moires pour servir d'^claircissement ii 
rhistoire de son rigne, et principalement de sa Vie priv6e, suivis de deux 
Ouvrages de cette Princesse qui n'ont jamais ^t^ imprim6s [par J. W. 
Archenholtz], 2 vols. 4° Amsterdam, 1751. 

Christmas (Henry). Concise History of the Hampden Controversy, from 
the period of its commencement in 1832 to the present time, with all 
the Documents which have been published, &c. 8® London, 1848. 

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Clarke (Mrs. Cowden). Complete Concordance to Shakspere, being a 
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CoBBETT (William). The Political Register, from to 8** 


88 COB — COL 

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CoLMAN ((Jeorge). — see Terentius (Translation). 

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40 COL — COO 

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coo — GOV 41 

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SUPP. o 

42 COW — CRE 

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44 CUL — DAL 

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DAM — DAU 45 

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HAR— HAW 75 

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Welsh Melodies. 
Hymns for Childhood. 
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Die Gefliichteten. 


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Der Spieler. 

Der Veteran. 

— 4. 

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Achmet und Zenide. 

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Die Verbrtiderung. 



Der Eichenkranz. 

Der Komet. 

— 12. 





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Der Vormund. 

Friedrich ron Oestreich. 

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Das Oewissen. 

Die Vaterfreude. 



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Das Vaterhaus. 

Die Hdhen. 




Die Familie Lonau. 

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Braganza 6 

Carmelite 5 

Chapter of Accidents. . . 9 

Delinquent 2 

Duplicity 4 

England preserved 8 

English Merchant 9 

Fabe Impressions 5 

Fashionable Levities ... 10 

Folly as it flies. 2 

Fortune's Fool 2 

Fugitive 8 

Heniy the Second 9 

He is much to blame... 4 

He would be a Soldier.. 8 

How to grow rich... vol. 1 

I'll tell you what 7 

Impostors 6 

Laugh when you can 2 

Law of Lombardy 6 

Lie of a Day 10 

Life 1 

Mary Queen of Scots 8 

Matilda 8 

Mysterious Husband.. 5 

Natural Son 5 

Next-door Neighbours 7 

Notoriety 1 

Percy 7 

Rage (the) 1 

Bunah Droog 6 

School for Arrogance 4 

School for Prejudice, vol. 4 

School for *Wivee 9 

Secrets worth knowing S 

Seduction 4 

Speculation 2 

Time's a Tell-tale 10 

Trip to Scarborough.... 7 

Votary of Wealth 8 

Werter 8 

What is she? 10 

Which is the Man? 10 

Who wants a Chiinea? 8 
Wife of two Husbands 6 

WiU(the) 1 

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Tomo 6. Vasi Fittili. 

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86 IRE— JAC 

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Itineraria — Vetera Komanorum Itineraria sive Antonini Augusti Itine- 
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Jack of Dover, his quest of inquirie, or his privy search for the veriest 
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Dutie of a King in his Royall Office, showing how it is to be used 

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— The Court and Times of James the First, containing a series of 

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Vol. 1. The Gipw. 

Vol. 10. The Brigand. 

— 11. The King's Highway. 

— 12. The Gentleman of the Old 

— 13. Henry Masterton. 

— 14. Forest Days. 

— 15. The Littie Ball o' Fire. 

— 16. DeTOrme. 

— 2. Mary of Burgundy. 

— 8. The Huguenot. 

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— 6. Philip Augustus. 

— 6. Henry of Guise. 

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Sacred and Legendary Art. 2 vols. 8® London, 1848. 

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J ASSES (Henri). Essai sur TOrigine de la Gravure en Bois et en Taille- 
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88 JEB — JOL 

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MEI — MER 100 

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110 MER — MIC 

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MID— MIL 111 

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112 MIL — MOO 

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MTOO — MOS 118 

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8UPP. Q 


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Banque du Peuple, suivie du Rapport de la Commission des 

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De la Cr^tion de TOrdre dans THumanit^, ou Prindpes d*Organi- 

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^— ^ A briefe survay and censure of Mr. Cozens his cozening Devo- 
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God no impostor nor deluder, or an Answer to a Popish and 

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the whole Primitive Church, Synodes and Councels, Fathers, Protestant 
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[ ] Breviate of the Prelates' intoUerable Usurpations, both upon the 

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184 PRY 

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The Popish Boyall Favourite; or a full discovery of H. M.'8 

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[Answer] Loyall Vindication of the King, in answer to Mr. Prynne's 

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[ J Rome's Master-Peece, or the grand Conspiracy of the Pope and 

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The Doome of Cowardice and Treachery, or a Looking Qlasse for 

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Humble Eemonstrance against the Tax of Ship Money, lately 

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The Opening of the Great Scale of England. 4° London, 1643. 

Transcript of a Letter lately written from the Sommer Islands to 

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The Soveraigne Power of Parliaments and Eingdomes, divided into 

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Twelve Considerable Serious Questions touching Church Govern- 

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Full Reply to certain briefe Observations and Anti-Queries on 

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Independency examined, unmasked, refuted by twelve new parti- 

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A fresh Discovery of some prodigious new Wandring-Blasing 

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The University of Oxford's Plea refuted; or a full answer to " The 

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Irenarchus Redivivus, or a briefe Collection of sundry usefull and 

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A Legall Vindication of the Liberties of England against Illegal 

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PRY — PTO 186 

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136 PUB — QUI 

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ScHARDius (Simo). Historicum opus [Scriptores Rerum Germanicarom]. 
4 vols in 3. fol. BasilesB, (1574). 

Tom. I. OermtmicB ArUiquce UlustrcUio, viz. : 

— Althamerus in Taciti Germaniam. 

— Willichius, Qlarianus et P. Melanthon in eandem. 

— Pirckeimeri Qermanisa explicatio. 

— Bebelius de Maximiliano I. 

— Bebelii Demonstratio Qermanos esse indigenas. 

— Defenaio Imperatonim contra Leonhartum Justinianum, &c 

— de laude, &c., yeterum Germanonim, Suevonim,. &c. 

— Trittenhemius de origine Franconim. 

— Wjrmphelingii Epitoma Germanicanim Rerum. 

— Peutingeri Sarmones Convivales. 

— Hutten (Ulrici) Arminius, Dialoffus. 

— G«bwilerii Libertas GkrmanisB, oc. 

— Celtis (C.) de situ et moribus Germani». 

— Sylvii (Mnem) Germania. 

— Munsteri (Seb.) Germanise descriptio. 

— Spalatinus de Arminio Germanonun Duce contra Romanos. 

— Schudi Prisce Alpine RhsatiaB descriptio. 

— De Lentiensium, &c., equestris colonin situ. 

— Heroldus de Romanorum in Rhetia littorali stationibus. 

— Glareani Helvetiffi descriptio, &c. 

— Leodius de Tungris et Eburonibus. 

— Divffius de Gallisp Belgics antiquitatibus. 

— Monachi Herveldensis Chronicon. 

Tom. II. Ea qwB in Imperium Caroli v. inciderwUf viz. : 

— Sabinus, H. Maurus et H. Balbus de Curonatione, hjo., Caroli v. 

— Tethingerus de beUo inter Huldrichum Wirtemb. et feeder. Suevos. &c. 

— Goblenis de beUo Hildensheimensi, 1519. 

— Rerum in Dania et Suetia, 1510, kc., narratio. 

— Fontanus de beUo Rhodio. 

— Latomi« Actio Fran, ab Siocingen, cum Trevirorum obsidione. 

— Gnodalii Rustici Tumultus in Germania, 1525. 

— Capella (G.) de rebus pro restitutione Francisci n. Medio!. Ducis. 

— Brudericus de clade Ludovici ii. Hungar. 

— Camerarius de Roma capta a Carolo Borbonio, 1527. 

— Vienna Austriaca. 

— a Solymanno obsessa. 

— Soiteri Bellum Pannonicum. 

— Agrippa (H. C.^ de duplici coronatione Caroli v., 1530. 

— Dantisci Yictona ^gismundi i. contra Vaniivodain Muldavis. 

— Eobanus Hessus de Victoria Wirtembexgensi. 

— Barbatus de expulso et restitute Duce Wirtemb. Ulricho. 

— Montfortii et A Condni Tumultus Anabi4>tistarum. 

— Etropii, &c., Expeditio Tunetana. 

— Yillagogno de Caroli v. expeditione in Africam. 

— De Aphrodisio expugnato varia. 

— Richerius, &c., de rebus Turcarum. 

— Schmalcaldici foederis et belli contra Henr. Brunsvic. historia^ &c. 

— Jovius (P.) de bello Juliacensi. 

— Stella de Turcarum in Hungaria successibus, 1548, &c. 

— MontfortiuB de beUo Germanico. 

— Descriptio Pugnse Mulbexg. Saxonies. 

— Mameranus de investitura Mauritii Saxonies. 

— Besselmeieri Historia belli Magdebuigensis, 1550-1. 

— Sambuci Res ad Agriam, 1552. 

— Expugnatio arcis Temesvari. 

— Sleidani expeditio Henrici R^. Franc, in Gennaniam. 

— Wintzeri F^gna inter Maur. Elect. Saxon, et Albertum Brandenb. &c. 

— rVaria de Mauritii morte.J 

— Marchetus de Morini et Hedini expugnatione. 

— Lazii et Heroldi Res contra Turcas, 1556. 

— Mamerani Gestae Caroli v., 1519-48. 

— Barlandi Papiensis Obsidio. 

— rVaria de Roma a Ceesariano exeroitu capta, 1527.] 

— buooldianus de puella^ sine cibo et potn per annos Tiyente in pago Roed. 

150 S G H 

ScHARDius (Simo)^ — carUirmed: — 

Tom. II. Gois de obddione Lovanii. 

— Narratio renim in R^no Britannie, 1558. 

— in conventu Londini inter r^es. Card. Polum, kc. 

— De abdicatione Caroli y. 

Tom. III. Historia rerwn 9ub Ferdtnando i., viz. : 

— Lorichius et Stilbinus de ciede M. Zobelli. 

— ParadinuB de motibuB Gbdlis, 1558. 

— Tornebus [et alii] de Calisio capto a Gnisio Duoe (12 tractB). 

— Vita D. G. Holaadi Heredarcns. 

— Bellum Principifl Rutenorum oontra livones. 

— Historia Belli iMetmarsid. 

— Friderici Danisa Regis Coronatio, Elogium, kc,, J. Rantzovii (5 tnujta). 

— rVarial de Electione Maximiliani in Reg. Romanonim (8 tracts). 

— Strotadienii Relatio ad Ferdin. n. redtata, 1562. 

— Amiraldi Francisa Responmo ad Confesmonem J. Poltronii de cede P. 

Guiaionum Ducis, &c. 
Tom. lY. Beg gesta tub Mcucimiliano u,, viz. : 

— HieronymuB Com. Alezand. de Rebus Taro. in Insula Melitse. 

— Sambuci Ezpugnatio ards Tokaii. 

— Historia SigeiM Sdayodis propugnaculi a Solymanni capti. 

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Spbuneb (Karl von). Historisch-Qeographischer Hand-Atlas zur Oes- 
chichte der Staaten Europa*s, vom Anfiang des Mittelalters bis auf die 
Neueste Zeit. fol. Qotha, 1846. 

Stafford (R. A.). Essay on the Treatment of some Affections of the 
Prostate Gland. 8^ London, 1845. 

Stanhope (Charles, Earl). Specification respecting Ships and Vessels. 
8** London, 1807. 

Stanhope (John Spencer). Olympia, or Topography illustrative of the 
actual state of l^e Plain of Olympia, and of the Huins of the City of 
Elis. fol. London, 1824. 

Stanley (A. P.) — see Arnold (Life). 

Stabkie (Thomas). Practical Treatise on the Law of Evidence, and 
Digest of Proofs in Civil and Criminal Proceedings. 3 vols. 8^ 
London, 1842. 

Stars and the Earth : Thoughts upon Space, Time, and Eternity. 2 Parts. 
12° London, 1848. 

Statius. The Thebaid translated into English verse, with notes and 
observations, and a dissertation, by W. L. Lewis. 2 vols. 8° Lon- 
don, 1773. 

Statutes — ^Index to the Public Statutes from 9 Henry iii. to 10 and 11 
Victoria, inclusive, (excepting those relating exclusively to Scotland, 
Ireland, the Colonies and Dependencies,) analytically arranged, by 
Henry Biddell, and John Warrington Bogers. Part 1. 8^ London, 


Staunton (Sir George Thomas). Inquiry into the proper mode of render- 
ing the word *^ Qod" in translating the Sacred Scriptures into the 
Chinese Language. 8° London, 1849. 

Staunton (Howard). The Chess Player's Handbook, a popular and 
scientific Introduction to the Gkme of Chess, illustrated by numerous 
diagrams of original and remarkable positions. 12^ London, 1847. 

Staveley (Jones Butler). Detailed Account of the Journey from London 
to the East by the overland Route. 12® London, 1848. 

Staveren (Aug. van).— see Scriptores (Auctores Mythographi). 

160 STE — STI 

Steele (Sir Biohard). The Engliflhman, being the Sequel to the Quftrdiim. 
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[ ] The Town-talk, the Fish-Pool, the Plebeian, the Old Whig, the 

Spinster, &o., by the authors of the Tatler, Spectator, and Ghuurdian. 
&" London, 1789. 

— — Dramatic Works, containing the Funeral, Tender Husband, Lying 
LoTcr, and Conscious Lovers. 12^ London, 1760. 

Apology for himself and his writings, occasioned by his expulsion 

from the House of Commons. 4^ London, 1714. 

Steenstbup (J. Japetus Sm.). On the Alternation of Generations; or 
the propagation and development of Animals through alternate Qene- 
rations, translated from the Qerman version of 0. H. Lorenzen, by 
Gkorge Busk. (Bay Society.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Steffens (Henry). Adventures on the Boad to Paris during the Cam- 
paigns of 1813-14. 12^ London, 1848. 

Stetnbach (Lieutenant-Colonel). The Punjaub; being a brief account oi 
the country of the Sikhs. 8^ London, 1845. 

Stephen. — Oesta Stephani Begis Anglorum et Ducis Normannorum, ex 
vetere Codice MS. Episcopatus Laudunensis ab Andrea Duchesne 
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(English Historical Society.) 8^ Londini, 1846. 

Stephen (Sir James). Essays in Ecclesiastical Biography. 2 vols. 8^ 
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Stephen (Thomas). — see Sharp (Life of Archbishop). 

Stephens (Qeorge). Dramas for the Stage. (Privately printed.) 3 vols. 
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Sterling (John). Letters to a Friend. (Privately printed.) 8° Brighton, 

Stern (Daniel). Histoire de la B^volution de 1848. S"* Pbris, 1850. 

Steuart (Henry). — see Sallust (translated). 

Stbuabt (John Bobert). Description of some Ancient Monuments, with 
Inscriptions still existing in Lydia and Phrygia> several of which are 
supposed to be Tombs of the early Kings. foL London, 1842. 

Stevenson (Alan). Acoount of the Skerryvore Lighthouse, with notes on 
the Illumination of Lighthouses. 4^ Edinburgh, 1848. 

Stevenson (J.). The Kalpa Sutra and Nava Tatva, two works illustnitive 
of the Jam Beligion and Philosophy, translated firom the Magadhi, with 
Benuirks on the Language of the original. (Ori^ital Translation Fund.) 
8° London, 1848. 

Stevenson (Bobert). Account of the Bell Bock Lighthouse, including 
details of its erection and peculiar structure, with an historical view <^ 
the institution and progress of the Northern Lighthouses. 4^ Edin- 
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Stevin (Simon) — [M^moire de sa Vie, par A. Queteletl. 8^ [Bmxelles, 


StiEGLiTZ (C. L.). Ueber die Mahlerfarben der Griechen und Bomer. 8® 
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Stillinofleet (Benjamin). Literary Life and Select Works (several never 
before published), by W. Coxe. 3 vok. 8^ London^ 1811. 

STI— STB 161 

[Stillingfleet (Edward), Bishop of Worcester]. Vindictttion of thdur 
Majesties' Authority to fill iixe Sees of the Deprived Bishops. 4° 
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SnuuKO (William). Annals of the Artists of Spain. 3 vols. 8° Lon- 
don, 1848. 

Stokes (Captain J. Lort). Discoyeries in Australia, with an Accomit of 
the Coasts and Rivers explored and surveyed during the Voyage of 
H. M. S. Beagle, in 1 837-42; also a Narrative of Caption Owen Stanley's 
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Stokes (Eobert). Letter to the Earl of Devon, on the late Massacre at 
Wairau. 8° London, 1844. 

Stores (J. & H. S.). Delineations, graphical and descriptive, of Fountains 
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Story (Joseph). Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, 
with a preliminary Review of the Constitutional History of the Colonies. 
3 vols. 8° Boston, 1833. 

Commentaries on the Conflict of Laws, foreign and domesHc, in 

regard to contracts, rights, and remedies, and especially in regard to 
marriages, divorces, <fec 8^ Boston, 1841. 

— Discourse, occasioned by his death, by William NewelL 8® 

Cambridge, U. S., 1845. 
see Marshall (J.) 

Stowell and Eldok (Lords) — Sketch of their Lives, comprising, with 
additional matter, some corrections of Mr. Twis6*s Work on the Chan- 
cellor, by William Edward Surtees. 8® London, 1846. 

Strabo. Gkographica, recensuit, commentario critico instruxit Gustavus 
Kramer. Vols. 1-2. 8** Berolini, 1844. 

Geographic, traduite du Grec (par La Porte du Theil, D. Coray et 

J. A. Letronne, avec des notes et une introduction par F. F. J. Goa- 
sellin). 5 vols. 4^ Paris, 1805-19. 

see also Gossellin. 

Strabons Erdbeschreibung in siebensehn Biichem, nach berich<- 

tigtem Griechischen Texte unter Begleitung kritischer erkl&render 
Anmerkungen, verdeutscht von Christoph Gottlieb Groskurd. 3 vols. 
8^ BerUn, 1831. 

— — — Conmientary on. — see Gell's Greece. 

His Account of the Alpine Passes. — see Law (W. J.) 

Strada (Famianus). De Bello Belgico (1555-1590) Decades duse. 2 vols. 
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STRAirGVORT> (Viscouut). — SCO Camocus. 

Street (Alfred B.). Frontenac, a Poem. 12^ London, 1849. 

&tRxmv9 (Burchard Gotthelf). Bibliotheca Philosophica in suas classes 
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. Introductio in notitiam Rei Litterarise et usum Bibliothecarum, 

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162 STR — SUM 

Stbuyius (Burchard GotthelH. Bibliotheca Historic Litterarite selects 
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see Freherus; Pistorius. 

Strtpb (John). — see Cranmer. 

Strzelecki (P. £. de). Physical Description of New South Wales and 
Van Diemen*s Land. 8^ London, 1845. 

Stukelet (WiUiam). Stonehenge, a Temple restored to the British Druids. 
foL London, 1740. 

. Abury, a Temple of the British Druids, with some others, described, 

fol. London, 1743. 

Stublesok (Snorro). The Heimskringla, or Chronicle of the Kings of 
Norway, translated from the Icelandic, with a preliminary dissertation 
by Samuel Laing. 3 vols. 8^ London, 1844. 

Sturt (Captain Charles). Narrative of an Expedition into Central 
Australia, performed under the authority of H. M. Government, 
during the Years 1844-46. 2 vols. 8"" London, 1849. 

Suckling (Sir John). Works, containing his Poems, Letters, and Plays. 
18^ London, 1719. 

Sue (Eugene). 

Martin TEnfiuit Trouv6, ou lee M^moires d*un Yalet-de-Chambre. 8 voUl 18° 

Bnizelles, 1846. 
Lea sept P6ch68 capitaux : I'Oiigueil. 4 vols. 1B9 Bruxelles, 1848. 

TEnvie. 2 vols. 189 BruxeUea, 1848. 

La CoUre. 2 voU 189 BnixeUes, 1848. 

La Par^aae. 189 Bruxelles, 1849. 

La Luxure. 189 BruxelleB, 1849. 

Suetonius. Les douze C^sars, traduits du Latin avec des notes et des 
reflexions par M. de La Harpe (en Latin et Fran^ais). 2 vols. 8® 
Paris, 1770. 

■ Dav. Ruhnkenii Scholia in Suetonii Vitas Csesarum, edidit Jacoba 

Geel. 8** Lugd. Bat. 1828. 

De ejus auctoritate. — see Erause. 

SuGAB Question — Digest of the Evidence before the Committee on Sugar 
and Coffee Plantations. (East Indies and Mauritius.) 8° London, 

see also in Tract Catalogue. 

SuiCER (J. C). Thesaurus Ecclesiasticus e Patribus Grseda exhibens 
qusecunque Phrases, Ritus, Dogmata, Hsareses, et hujusmodi alia speo- 
tant. 2 vols. fol. Amstelsedami, 1728. 

SuLPici^ Satyra. — see Poetse Latini Minores. 

Sumner (Charles). The Scholar, the Jurist, the Artist, the Philanthropist, 
an Aadress before the " Phi Beta Kappa" Society of Harvard Univer- 
sity, August 27, 1846. 8** Boston, 1846. 

Sumner (George). Memoirs of the Pilgrims at Leyden. 8^ Cam- 
bridge, U.S., 1845. 

Sumner (John Bird), Arqlibishop of Canterbury. A Practical Exposition 
of the Qospel accorc^g to St. Matthew, in the form of Lectures, 
intended to assist the practice of domestic instruction and devotion. 
8^ London, 1847. 


Sum KKR (John Bird), Archbishop of Canterbury. A Practical Exposition 
of the Gk)spel according to St. Mark. 8^ London, 1847. 

of the Gk)spel according to St. John. 8** London, 


of the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans, and the First 

Epistle to the Corinthians. 8® London, 1843. 

of the Second Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians, and 

the Epistles to the Gkdatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians. 
8'' London, 1845. 

of the General Epistles of James, Peter, John, and Jude. 

S"* London, 1840. 

Christian Charity, its Obligations and Objects^ with reference to 

the Present State of Society, in a Series of Sermons. 8° London, 

Sylyester^s (Joshua) Translation of Dn Bartas, Extracts from.- 
Milton (Dunster). 

Stmmons (Charles). — see Milton (Life). 

Sthonds (Sir William) — ^Facts v. Fiction; or Sir William Sjrmonds^ 
Principles of Naval Architecture vindicated by a compilation of Official 
and other Documents. 8^ London, 1845. 

Talbot (Henry Fox). English Etymologies. 8° London, 1847. 

Talfoubd (Thomas Noon). Vacation Rambles and Thoughts; or Recol- 
lections of three Continental Tours, in 1841, '42, and *43. 2 vols. 8^ 
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Tandon (Auguste). Fables, Contes, et autres R^es, en vers patois de 
Montpellier. 8** Montpellier, 1813. 

Tabver (J. Charles). Royal Phraseological English-French, French- 
Englisn Dictionary. 2 vols. 8^ London, 1845-50. 

Tassi (Francesco). — see Cellini (Vita di). 

Tasso (Torquato). Jerusalem delivered, translated into English Spen- 
serian verse, with a life of the author, and list of English Crusaders, by 
J. H. Wiflfen. 2 vols. 8*» London, 1824. 

Vita, scritta dalF Abate Pierantonio Serassi. 4^ Roma, 1785. 

Tassoni (Alessandro). La Secchia Rapita. (Tipographia della Societa 
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Tatius. — see Achilles Tatius. 

Taylor (Henry). Notes from Life, in six essays. 8® London, 1847. 

Eve of the Conquest, and other Poems. 12^ London, 1847. 

Taylor (Richard Cowling). Statistics of Coal, the geographical and geo- 
logical distribution of Fossil Fuel, or Mineral Combustibles employed 
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Taylor (Thomas). — see Pausanias; Proclus. 

Taylor (William), of Norwich. English Synonyms. 12° London, 1813. 

Memoir of his Life and Writings, containing his correspondence 

of many years with Southey, &c., by J. W. Robberds. 2 vols. 8® 
London, 1843. 

164 TEA— THI 

Tbatbo Espanol, anterior i Lope de V^a, [por J. N. Bobl de Faber]. ^ 
Hamburgo, 1832. 

Tesoro del Teatro Espanol desde bu Origen (Ano de 1356), hasta 

nuestros dias; arreglado y dividido por Don Eugenio de Ochoa. 
5 vols. 8** Paris, 1838. 

Tomo 1. Oriffenes del Teatro E8{Mifiol por D. L. F. de Moiatin. 
Piezas Dramaticas anteriores i Lope de Vega. 

— 2. Teatro eecogido de Lope de Vega. 

— 8. de Gaideron de la Baroa. 

— 4-6. desde el Siglo xvn. hasta nuestros dias. 

— Origen. — see ViUanueva. 

Temple (deorge Grenville, Earl). — see Junius. 

TsNirrsoK (Alfred). Poems. 2 vols. 12"" London, 1846. 

The Princess, a Medley. 12** London, 1847. 

Tbbentius. Comedies, translated into familiar Blank Verse by (3eoige 
Colman. 2 vols. 8** London, 1768. 

— tradotto. — see Alfieri, vols. 5-6. 

Ternauz-Compans (H.). Biblioth^ue Asiatique et Afncaine, on Cata- 
logue des Ouvrages relatifs a TAsie et k TAfrique qui ont pam depuis 
la D6couverte de Tlmprimerie jusqu'en 1700. 8* Paris, 1841. 

Tess^ (Mar^chal de). M6moires et Lettres, contenant des Anecdotes et 
des faits histonques inconnus sur partie des B.^gnes de Louis xiY. 
et XV. 2 vols. 8** Paris, 1806. 

Testament. — see Bible. 

Testament — ^The Apocryphal New Testament, being all the Qoepeb, 
Epistles, and other Pieces now extant, attributed, in the first four cen- 
turies, to Jesus Christ, his Apostles, and their Companions, and not 
included in the New Testament by its compilers, translated [and edited, 
with Notes, by W. Hone]. 8** London, 1821. 

Thaceerat (William Makepeace). Vanity Fair. A Novel without a Hera 
8** London, 1848. 

— — - The History of Pendennis. 8° London, 1850. 

TniATBE FBAN9018 — Repertoire du ThMtre Fran9ois, ou Recueil des 
Trag^ies et Comedies rest^es au Th6dtre depuis Hotrou, avec des 
Notices par M. P^titot 8^ Paris, 1803-23. 

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TnioDOBic le Grand, Eoi ditalie — Histoire de, pr6cM^ d'une Bevue 
pr^liminaire de ses auteurs et conduite jusqu*4 la fin de la Monarchie 
Ostrogothique par L. M. Du Roure. 2 vols. 8^ Paris, 1846. 

THioDOSE le Qrand, Histoire de. — see Fl^chier ((Euvres, tome 1). 

Theophrastus. — see La Bruydre; Meursius, vol. 4. 

Thevenot — Sur sa collection des Voyages. — see Camus. 

Thi^bault (Dieudonn^). Mes Souvenirs de vingt ans de s^jour h. Berlin, 
ou Frederic le Grand, sa famille, sa cour, son gouvemement^ iic 
6 vols, in 3. 8** Paris, 1804. 

Thierry (Augustin). Lettres sur THistoire de France, pour servir d'intro- 
duction k r^tude de cette histoire. 8^ Paris, 1836. 

THI — THO 165 

THnsBBY (AugOBtin). Historical Works, translated. 8^ London, 1850. 

CovTRsm : History of the Oonqueet of England by the Nonnans, Narratives of 
the Merovingian Era, Historical Essays, and an Autobiographical Preface. 

Thiebs (L. a.). Bapport sur la Loi d'Instruction S^condaire, fait au nom 
de la Commission de la Chambre des D^put^ Juillet 13, 1844. 8° 
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Histoire du Consulat et de TEmpire, faisant suite k FHistoire de 

la Revolution Fran9aise. Vols. 1 to 9. 8° and Atlas in 4^ Paris, 

History of the Consulate and the Empire of France under Napo- 
leon, translated by D. Forbes Campbell. Vols. 1 to 9. 8^ London, 

De la Propriety. 8"* Bruxelles, 1848. 

Discours sur le Droit au Travail. 12° Paris, 1848. 

— ^— ^ Il6ponse. — see Blanc (Louis). 

Du Credit Foncier. 12** Paris, 1848. 

see France (Petits Trait^ 5-6). 

Thiersch (Bernhardt). Urgestalt der Odyssee oder Beweis dass die 
Homerischen Gks&nge zu grossen Partieen interpolirt sind. 8° Konigs- 
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TniLSNins (H. C). Description d'Ems et de ses Eaux Min^rales. 12^ 

Thielwall (Connop), Bishop of St David's. History of Greece. Vols. 1 
to 5. 8** London, 1845-9. 

Thom (J. H.)— see White (Blanco). 

Thomas (Emile). Histoire des Ateliers Nationaux, des causes de leur 
formation et de Finfluence qu*ils ont exerc6e sur les ^v^nements des 
quatres premiers mois de la R^publique. 12^ Paris, 1848. 

Thomas (William). — see Dugdale's Warwickshire. 

Thomassinus (Ludovicus). Glossarium Universale Hebndcum. fol. 
Parisiis, 1697. 

Thompson (George). Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, com- 
prising a view of the present state of the Cape Colony. 2 vols. 8^ 
London, 1827. 

Thomson (Ebenezer). German-English Analogies, a practical method of 
rendering the one Language systematically conducive to the acquisition 
of the other. 1 2« Edinburgh, 1 84 1 . 

Thomson (James). Complete Works, with his last corrections. 4 vols. 
12** London, 1757. 

Vol. 1. The Seasons. 

— 2. Idherty ; the Castle of Indolence, &o. 

— 8-4. Tragedies. 

■ A Poem to the memory of William Congreve, with a preface and 

notes by Peter Cunningham. (Percy Society, vol. 9.) 8® London, 

Thoeesbt (Balph). Letters of Eminent Men, addressed to him, now first 
published from the Originals, by Joseph Hunter. 2 vols. 8^ London, 

Diary, 1677-1724, now first published from the original MS., by 

Joseph Hunter. 2 vols. 8<' London, 1830. 

166 THO — TOD 

Thosndike (Herbert). Of the Qoveminent of Churches, a DisooorBe 
pointing at the Primitive Form, edited by David Lewis. 12° London, 

Thornton Romances. — Early English Metrical Romances of Perceval, 
Isumbras, Eglamour, and Degrevant, selected from MSS., and edited 
by J. O. Halliwell. (Camden Society.) 4® London, 1844. 

Thornton (Bonnell). — see Plautus. 

Thornton (William Thomas). Over-Population and its Remedy; or an 
Inquiry into the Distress among the labouring classes of the British 
Islands. &* London, 1846. 

Thoroton (Robert). History of Nottinghamshire, republished with large 
additions, by John Throsby. 3 vols. 4** London, 1797. 

Thorp (Archdeacon Thomas). Statement of particulars connected with 
the restoration of the Round Church. 8° Cambridge, 1845. 

Thorpe (Benjamin). — see Florentius Wigomiensis; Lappenberg. 

Thorwaldsen (II Cavaliere Alberto). Intera CoUezione di tutte le sue 
Opere, incisa a contomi, con illustrazioni del Abate MisserinL 2 vols, 
in 1. fol. Roma, 1831. 

Throsby (John). — see Thoroton's Nottingham. 

Thuctdides — The History of Thucydides, translated into English, and 
illustrated with annotations, a life of Thucydides, and memoir on the state 
of Greece at the commencement of the Peloponnesian War, by S. T. 
Bloomfield. 3 vols. 8"" London, 1829. 

[TiCKELL (Richard)]. Anticipation, containing the substance of H. M.'8 
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— ^— ^ La Cassette Verte de Monsieur de Sartine. 8^ La Haye, 1779. 

the same, translated. 8** London, 1779. 

TiCKNOR (George). History of Spanish Literature. 3 vols. 8® Lon- 
don, 1849. 

Ticozzi (Stefano). Dizionario degli Architetti, Scultori, Pittori, Intaglia- 
tori, Coniatori di Medaglie, Musaicisti, Niellatori, Intarsiatori d'ogni 
eta e d'ogni nazione. 4 vols, in 3. 8^ Milano, 1830-33. 

— — see Bottari. 

TiERNEY (M. A.). The History and Antiquities of the Castle and Tower 
of Arundel, with the Biography of its Earls from the Conquest to the 
present time. 2 vols. 8** London, 1834. 

TiOHE (Mrs. Henry). Psyche, with other Poems. 8** London, 1816. 

TiMON. — see [Cormenin]. 

Timon (The New). — see Bulwer. 

Tipu Sultan — History. — see Miles. 

TiTi (Filippo). Descrizione delle Pitture, Sculture e Architetture esposte 
al pubblico in Roma. 12^ Roma, 1763. 

Titian — Life, with Anecdotes of the distinguished Persons of his time, by 
James Northcote. 2 vols. 8^ London, 1830. 

TocQUEviLLE (Lc Comtc de). Histoire Philosophique du regne de 
Louis XV. 2 vols, in 1. 8** Paris, 1848. 

Todd (Henry John). Account of the Authorized Translation of the Holy 
Bible, and of the Translators. 12"" Oxford, 1838. 

TOD — TEA 167 

Todd (James Hentbom). Six Discourses on the Prophecies relating to 
Antichrist in the Apocalypse of St. John, preached before the Univer- 
sity of Dublin at the Donnellan Lecture. 8^ Dublin, 1846. 

The Search after Infallibility : Remarks on the Testimony of the 

Fathers to the Roman Dogma of Infallibility. 8^ London, 1848. 

Remarks on some Fragments of an Ancient Waxed Table Book 

found in a Bog at Maghera, County of Deny. 4** Dublin, 1848. 
see Nennius. 

Todd (Robert B.). The Cydopsedia of Anatomy and Physiology. 4 vols. 
8** London, 1836. 

Tombs (John Wood). The Pneumatogony, a Poem. 8** London, 1845. 

Metaphysical Analysis, revealing in the process of the Formation 

of Thought a new doctrine of Metaphysics. 8^ London, 1846. 

Tone (Theobald Wolfe). Life, written by himself, with his Mission to 
France, and Diary of his Negotiations with the French Republic, 
Narrative of his Trial, <kc., edited by his Son. 2 vols. 8** Washing- 
ton, 1826. 

TooKE (Thomas). History of Prices, and of the state of the Circulation, 
from 1839 to 1847, with a Review of the Currency Question, and 
Remarks on the Operation of the Act 7 and 8 Victoria. 8^ London, 

TooKE (William). — see Catherine ii. 

Topic (The), from December, 1846, to June, 1847. 

ToRBENS (R.). Principles and Practical Operation of Sir Robert Peel's Bill 
of 1844 explained and defended against the objections of Tooke, 
FuUarton, and Wilson. 8** London, 1848. 

TouLMiN (Joshua). History of the Town of Taunton, in the County of 
Somerset. 4^ Taunton, 1791. 

TowNSEND (William C). lives of Twelve Eminent Judges of the last and 
of the present Century. 2 vols. 8^ London, 1846. 

[TowNSON (Thomas)]. Dialogue between Isaac Walton and Homologistes, 
in which the character of Bishop Sanderson is defended against the 
Author of the Confessional [Francis Blackbume]. 8^ London, 1768. 

Tbadescant in Russland 1618. — see Hamel. 
Tbanbactioks op Literabt and Scientific Societies : — 

The foUowing are additions to the list in the former part of the Catalogue ; 
the voliimee published in continuation of the Transactions there enumerated 
have not been noticed. 


Journal of the British Archseological Association for the encourage- 
ment and prosecution of Researches into the Arts and Monuments 
of the Early and Middle Ages, from its commencement in 1846. 
8** London, 1846-50. 

Archseological Journal of the Central Committee of the British 
Archaeological Association [Archseological Institute] for the Encou- 
ragement and Prosecution of Researches into the Arts and Monu- 
ments of the Early and Middle Ages, from its commencement in 
1845. 8° London, 1845-50. 

168 TRA 



Proceedings at the Annual Meetings of the Archaeological Institate of 
Great Britain and Ireland at Winchester and York, September, 
1845-6. 2 vols. S** London, 1845-6. 

Transactions of the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. 1847. 
Part I. 8** Hongkong, 1848. 

Reports of the Cambridge Camden Society, from 1841 to 1844. 8^ 
Cambridge, 1844. 

Reports of the Royal College of Chemistry, and Researches conducted 
in the Laboratories, 1845-6-7. 8** London, 1849. 

Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London from the com- 
mencement. 8^ London, 1845. 

Publications of the Ray Society from its commencement in 1844. 8° 

Abstracts of the Papers printed in the Philosophical TransaciionB of 
the Royal Society of London, from 1800 to 1849. 8^ London, 1832. 

Original Papers read before the Syro-Egyptian Society of London. 
Vol. 1. 8** London, 1845. 


Nordisk Tidskrifb for Oldkyndighed udgivet af det Kongelige Nordiske 
Oldskrift-Selskab. 3 vols. 8° Kiobenhaun, 1832-36. 


Verzeichniss der Abhandlungen der Konigl. Academic der Wissen- 
schaften zu Berlin, 1822-46. 8^ Berlin, 1848. 

Memorie della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino. 

Tom. 1. Miscellanea Philosophioo-Mathematica Sodetatis Privata TanriiMnflu. 
4^ AugustsB Taurinonim, 1759. 

— 2-5. M^Unges de PhiloBophie et de Matli^matiqiie de la Sod6t6 Royale de 

Turin pour 1760-78. 4 vola. 4P Turin. 

— 6-22. M6moire8 de rA(»d6mie Royale des Sciences de Turin. 

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3. Artopteus (J. C.) de originibua Gentis Suevicse. 

4. Hert (J. N.) de Alemannorum Populo. 

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14. Bcehme (J. G.) de Iside Suevis culta. 
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9. Koeler (J. D.) de fide Monachi Weingartensis in Generis Welfici vetus- 


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18. Gundling^. P. von) Teutsches Staats-recht, zeiten Conrads m. 

19. Habn (S. F.) de eodem. 

20. Ousius (M.) de Imperatore Friderico i. seu Barbarossa. 

21-25. IHm. de eodem, a Weihenmajero, Artopceio, Schertzio et Q. Memo. 
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27-30. CofUroversio de eodem, inter Ru/perti, Lautenaack, Burchard et 


31. Schwarzius de Henr. vi. Imp. Rom. ignominiosa Coronatione. 

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34. Crusius (M.) de Augusta Irena, Philippi Suevi uxore. 

35. Gimdling, Geschichte Conrad des ivten. 

36. Anmerckungen von dem letsten Herzog von Schwaben Conradino. 

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Vol. III. 1. Hertenstein de domus Austriacs principatu in Suevia. 

2. Pesler de eodem. 

3. Hertenstein de domus Austriacs advocatia Provinciali Suevis. 

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178 WEG 

Weoelikus (Joannes Heinhardus), — eontinued: — 

YoL III. 6. Scbilter (J.), Reohtliches Bedencken von dem Kaya. Landgericht in 

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8. Blum, de ICempis de eodem. 

9. Lambacher (P. J.) de astate juria antiqui Gennanid, vocati " Bpeaaixim 


10. Gonne (J. O.) de Oommento speculi Sueyici. 

11. KratUBen (J. O.) Untereuchmig des Wortts " Umphait" im Sdiw&- 

biflchen Landreohte. 

12. MUller (J. O.) de Curiia superioribaa in Germania. 

18. Held (J. S.) de Fcsdere Saevioo, t. e. von der Geaellachaflt dea SL 
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14. Keaael (J. £.), Soiagrapbia libene Yenationia GermanicsB. 

15. Sohoettgeniua (C.) de Loiteardia uxoria Conradi Marcb. Mianenaia 

origine Saevioay ejnaque randatione Monaat. Elcbing. 

16. Cmaiiia (Mart.) de Comitiboa CSalvenaibua. 

17> Helfferichiua (J. F.) de Comitom Suevis Palatinormn Tubingenaium 

18. Hocbatetter (A. A.) de Conradino tdtimo Suevin Duce. 

19. liudewig (J. P. de^ de Prerogatiyia Wiirtembergiei Duoatua. 

20. Hoffini^ni (G. D.) Hiatoria et Jua Unionia Territorii WikrtembergicL 

21. Weinland (J. 0.) de Yexillo Imperii primario. 

22. Helffericb (J. F.) de Dynaatia Juatingenai. 

28-24. Anzeige daaa die dem Enbauaa Oeeterreicb auf daa Henoffthnm 
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25. Eiaenbach (J. F.), Nobilia immediatua aemper exnl in Tenia Dncatua 


26. Schunfleiacbiua (0. S.) de rebua Badenaibna. 

27. Sonntagina (F.) cie M^t^on. Badenaium iuribua. 

28. Linckina (J. £.) de jure domua Dnrlaoenoia in Allodia. 

Yol. lY. Suppl. ad BiU. Seriptorwm Herum Suevicarum, 

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7. Hecking {Q.) auguata ex anguatiia calamitatum liberal 

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9. Hertenatein (L. B.) Ausftilinmg daaa die Stadt Ulm nicht erat anno 

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12. Hertenatein (L. B.) de Ulma per Lotbarium Saxonem 1129 obeeaaa et 

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18. Hsberlin (F. D.) de diaaidiia ex electione Lotharii Ri^Tnnia Imp. 

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18. Schlegeliua (0.) de Nummia antiquia Halenaibua. 

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VoL 1. Der Renommist. I Vol. 2. Das M&dchen. 

Yerwandlungen. Die Schopfimg der Hdlle, fto« 

Das Schnupftuch. 
Der Phaeton. 
Mumer in der Hdlle. 
Vol. 2. Der Morgen, &c. 

Oden una IdMer. 

— 8. Fabeln und Enihlungen. 

— 4. Oortes, Ac. 

— 5-6. Das verlohme Paradies. 

Zadora, a Romance of the great City, Babylon. 12^ London, 1846. 

Zedleb (Johann Heinrich). Grosses vollstandiges Uniyersal Lexicon aller 
Wissenscha£^n und Kiinste, welche bisshero durch menschlichen Vers* 
tand und Witz erfimden worden, nebst einer Yorrede von J. P. von 
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Supplemente (A — CAQ). 4 vols. fol. Leipzig, 1751-4. 

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ZoiST, The, a Journal of Cerebral Phjrsiology and Mesmerism, from the 
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ZoLLYEREiN (The.) — sec Mensch. 

ZoNARAS ^Joannes). Annales ex recensione Mauricii PinderL (Byzan- 
tina Historia.) 2 vols. 8° Bonnie, 1841-4. 

ZooLOOT — Reports on the Progress of Zoology and Botany, 1841-42. 
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-^— Reports on Zoology for 1843-44, translated from the German by 
George Busk, Alfred Tulk, and A. H. HaUday. (Ray Society.) 8^ 
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Ath.CoU /or 

Oath. Ckmt 


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Collection of Tnota formed by tlie Athenmim. 

on the ControTeray between the Chnrchee of 
£nd|and and R<nne, principally of the time 
of Charles n. and James n. 

Episcopal Charges. 

formed by Edward Qibbon, the historian. 

on Miscellaneous Subjects. 

on the Tractarian ControTeray. 

' formed by the Atheneum, supplementaiy to the 
General Collection, which is confined to the 
Pamphlets of the Day, arranged ohronologL- 

for Collection of Tracts on the Union between 
Great Britain and Ireland. 

Other Colleotion% in single volumes, induded in the Catalogue of Tracti^ yis. : 

Tracts on the Ciyil War, 1642-9. 
... Beyolutionofl688. 
... Popish Plot. 
by Charles Butler, of Iinooln*8 Inn« 
by David lUoaido. 


A'Beckxtf (ThomaB Tarner). Hallway Idtigatioii, and how to check it. (Ath. CfoU. 
vol. 281.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Abikodon (William, Earl of). Constitutional Strictures on partioolar poritions 
advanced in the Speeches of the Right Hon. William Pitt, 28rd and Slst Jan. 1799. 
(Union Ooll. Speeches.) 8° London, 1799. 

ABTSaonA, British Mission to. — see Beke. 

Aglavd (Henxy W.). Remarks on the Extension of Education at the University of 
Oxford. (Ath. CoU. voL 249.) 8<' Oxfoid, 1848. 

Adaib (A. Shafto). The Winter of 1846-7 in Antrim, with Remarks on out-door 
Relief and Colonization. (Ath. Coll. vol. 210.) 8^ London, 1847. 

AoBiCfUlTUBi — ^The Battle of the Ploughshares ; Price, Profit, and Rent, their rela- 
tion in the proepects of British Agriculture. (Ath. Coll. voL 226.) 8^ London, 

The Economy of Cottage Life ; Seven Letters, with an Essay on the Lnprove- 

ment of the condition of uie Agricultural Labourers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 224.) 8^ 
London, 1847. 

- see Caird ; Davis; Hartlib ; Whitmore. 

- On Protection to. — see Com Laws ; Ricardo. 

- (Russian). — see Salter. 

AHiLAUD (J. P.). Notice sur T^tat aotuel de la publication de " I'Atlas du Yioomte de 
Santarem." (Ath. ColL vol. 286.) 8^ Pans, 1846. 

Aix-la-Chafillb — Tr^sor d*Aix-la-Chapelle, ou description des Saintes R^ques dans 
la Basilique de Notre-Dame. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 129 1825. 

AliOOCK (Major T. St. Leger). Observations on the Poor Relief Bill for Lreland, and 
its bearing on Emigration. (Ath. Coll. vol. 214.) 8° London, 1847. 

The Tenure of Land in Ireland considered. (Ath. ColL vol. 254.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1848. 
Allboiance (The Oath of). — see under " Revolution of 1688. 


AJ4XX (Captain William). Mutual Improvement ; or a Scheme for the self-adjustment 
ofthe Social Machine. (Ath. Coll. vol. 220.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Plan for the immediate extinction of the Slave Trade, and the diffiision of 

Civilization and Christianity in Afirica. (Ath. Coll. vol. 268.) 8^ London, 

[AiJJX (Peter)]. Discourse concerning the Merit of Good Works. (Cath. Cont. voL 4.) 
4^ London, 1688. 

190 TRACTS. 

Amabi (M.), The Anglo-French Mediation in Sicily, or PostrScriptnm to ** Sicily and 
the Bourbons," tranalatedfrom the French. (Ath. Ooll. vol. 284.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Ambbica — A Brief View of the Policy and Reeouroes of the United States. (Tracts S. 
vol. 6.) 8^ London, 1810. 

Anatomt — Notions sur la construction du Corps Hunudn. (Manuscript). (Gibbon 
OoU. vol. 8.) 4°. 

Anderdon (William Henry). Contending for the Faith ; a Sermon on a late Decision. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 296.) 8^ London, 1860. 

Andebson (A.). The recent Commercial Distress, or the Panic analyzed, showing the 
cause and cure. (Ath. Coll. vol. 264.) 8° London, 1847. 

Andbbson (James S. M.). The Trials of the Church a (|uickening of her Zeal and 
Love ; two Sermons on the Recent Judgment [on Baptism]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 295.) 
8° London, 1850. 

Andoveb Union — Extracts from the Report, and Oases of Mr. Parker and Mr. Day. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 217.) 8° London, 1847. 

Two Letters to Sir George Grey. (Ath. ColL vol. 217.) 8° London, 1847. 

^— see Day ; Parker. 

Abdbew (W. p.). Letter on the position of the East India Railway Company, with 
extracts and remarks. (Ath. Coll. vols. 261 and 289.) 8^ London, 1848. 

[Andbews (Lancelotus), Episc. Winton.]. Tortura Torti ; sive ad Matthsi Torti libmm 
rea>onsio qui nuper ecutus <x>ntra Apologiam Jaoobi R^s Ang1ii» pro Juramento 
Fidelitatis. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 12.) 4^ London, 1609. 

AmmxE (J. B. B. d'). Analyse G6ographique de lltalie. (Gibbon ColL vol. 2.) 4^ 
Paris, 1744. 

■ Analyse de la Carte, intitul6e Les CAtes de la Grdce et TArchipel. (Gibbon 

ColL voL 2.) 4° Pa^M!, 1757. 

Abbuthnot (John) — see Crown Inn. 

Abchjbolooioal AseociATiON (Britiah) — ^Report of the Special (General Meeting, 
March 6, 1845, [with the statement of Thomas Wright]. (Ath. ColL vol. 199.) 
8° London, 1845. 

Another Report, with Observations on the Proceedings by Alfred J. Dunkin. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 199.) 8° London, 1845. 

see Pettigrew. 

Arithm^tique, ou Science de Calcul. MS. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 1.) 4^. 

Abmt — Some Remarks on the rank, promotion, and expense of the Officers of the 
Gtiards, by an Officer of the line. (Ath. CoU. vol. 276.) 8^ London, 1849. 

The Royal ArtiUeiy. — see Chesney. 

Vindication of the British Army. — see Napier. 

IN India — Review of the present condition of the Native Portion of the British 

Army in India. (Ath. CoU. vol. 276.) 129 London, 1846. 

— On the Deficiency of European Officers in the Army of India, by one of 

themselves. (Ath. CoU. vol. 276.) 8^ London, 1849. 

On its Compoffltion. — see Briggs. 

On the Baggage of. — see Burlton ; Napier. 

Abnold (Thomas K.). Remarks on £. B. EUiott's Horss ApocalypticiB. (Ath. ColL 
voL 202.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Abnold (Thomas, D.D.), his Theology. — see Neander. 

Abticues agreed upon by the Archbishops and Bishops of both provinces, and the 
whole Clergie in the Convocation at London in 1562, for the avoiding of diversities 
of opinions. (Oath. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1669. 

Abticlbs (xxxix.) as the Test of Doctrine. — see Goode. 

. On Subscription to. — see Maurice ; Oakeley ; Ogilvie. , 

Abt Union — The Art Union of London and the Board of Trade : Correspondence rela- 
tive to the proposed interference with the Society's Plan. (Ath. CoU. vol. 269.) 
8^ London, 1848. 

AsoiLL (John). An Abstract of the Publick Funds granted and continued to the 
Crown nnce 1st WiUiam and Mary, and stiU existing. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 22.) 4® 
London, 1788. 

TBAOTS. 191 

AflHBURNis (John). Facts in Clairvoyance, extracted from the '' Zoist," with Obeerva- 
tions on MeBmerism, and its Application to the Philosophy of Medicine and the 
Cure of Disease. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) 8^ London, 1848. 

AsHBUBTON (Lord). The Financial and Commercial Crisis considered. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 226.) S^ London, 1847. 

AsiATio Society — Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Anniversary, May 8th, 1847. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 248.) 8® 1847. 

Assurance (Life) — A proposal for a Yearly Increase of Wealth, by Subscriptions to 
advance Money upon l2ves. (Qibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4^ London, (1715). 

Proposals by the Company of Insurers for the better establishing the Friendly 

Society for the Assurance of Money upon lives. (Qibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1715. 

AiTEBBUBT (Francis), Bishop of Rochester. Discourse occasioned by the death of the 
mghi Hon. Lady Cutts. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 12.) 4^ London, 1698. 

— Sermon preached before the House of Commons at St. Margaret's, Westmin- 
ster, May 29, 1701. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 12.) 4° London, 1701. 

AuBEB (Jacques). M^moire concemant les Tailles, et 4e8 Moyens de fiiire cesser les 

Abus qui se commettent dans son imposition. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 7.) 4^ Paris, 

AuSTBALiA — Competence in a Colony contrasted with Poverty at Home ; or relief to 

Landlords and Labourers by Australian Colonization and Emigration. (Ath. CoU. 

vol. 266.) 8® London, 1848. 

■ On Emigration to. — see Waghom. 

»— Steam Communication with. — see Bogue ; Jemingham. 

Licence Fees of Crown Lands. — see Hamilton. 

On transferring Labour from Van Diemen's Land to New South Wales. 


see also Emigration. 

AuSTBiA. — see Italy ; Lombardy. 

Attouv (James). The Railways and the Currency, as connected with the present 
Monetary Crisis. (Ath. Coll. vol. 280.) 8® Edinbui^gh, 1847. 

AzEOUO (Marq. Massimo d'). The Present Movement in Italy ; translated from the 
ItaUan. (Ath. CoU. vol. 242.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

■ Austrian Assassinations in Lombardy ; edited by Fortunate Prandi, translated. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 258.) 8® London, 1848. 

B. (B.)— see WUUam iii. 

B. (J.) — see Trade (French Usurpations). 

Babbaoe (Charles). Thoughts on a Property Tax and its exceptions. (Ath. CoU. 
voL 264.) 8® London, 1848. 

— Reply to, on the Planet " Neptune." — see Sheepshanks. 

Bach (Adolph). Umriss einer Staatsver&ssung fiir Deutschland. (Ath. CoU. vol. 284.) 
8^ Wiesbaden, 1849. 

Bericht ueber den zu Cowes, &c., Deutsch-EvangeUschen Gottesdienst, fUr die 

Seeleute w&hrend der d&nischen Blockade. (Ath. Coll. vol. 291.) 129 London, 

Kirchenlieder aus dem Bunsenschen Gesang und Gebetbuche, zum Gebrauche 

bei dem (jk)tteedienste zu Cowes, &c., eingerichtet flir die Seeleute. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 291.) 129 London. 1849. 

Badelet (Edward). Substance of his Speech before the Judicial Committee of the 
Privy Coundl upon the Appeal in the cause, Gk>rham v. the Bishop of Exeter, with 
an Introduction. (Ath. CoU. vol. 302.) 8® London, 1850. 

Bagot (Richard), Bishop of Bath* and Wells. Chaige to the Clergy of his Diocese, 
((iaiges, vol. 8.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Bailt (Francis), President of the Royal Astronomical Society — Memoir, by Sir John F. 
W. Herschel. (Ath.' CoU. vol. 237.) 8° London, 1845. 

Baines (Edward), junr. Letters to Lord John Russell on State Education. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 206.) 8® London, 1846. 

Reply. — see Vaughan. 

102 TRACTS. 

Bajowell (Thomas). The Antinomian's Christ oonfbtmded and the Lord's Chriat 
exalted ; a conftitatioii of Dr. Oispe and Mr. Lancaster ; also, a combat with the 
Antinomian*8 Christ in his Den, his arraignment, and the fiunting Soole built upon 
the tme rocke. (Civil War Tracts.) 4^ London, 1644. 

The Ordinance of Excommunication rightly stated and yindicated. (Gibbon 

CoU. vol. 28.) 40 London, 1646. 

Ball (John). What is to be done for Lreland? (Ath. ColL vol 255.) 8^ London, 

Bakk of Ekoland— a Brief Account of the Litended Bank of England. (Gibbon Coll. 
voL 13.) 4° London, 1694. 

An Answer to a Libel entituled a Dialogue between Dr. H(ugfa) C(hamberiaine) 

and a Country Gentleman. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4^ London, 1696. 

The Villainy of Stock Jobbers detected, and the cause of the late Run upon 

the Bank and Bankers discovered. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4^ London, 1701. 

A Short View of the mparent daogem and mischiefis from the Bank of England. 

(Gibbon CoU. vol. 13.) 4«^ London, 1707. 

A Defence of the Bank of England ; or a Reply to a late pamphlet, inti 
arks upon the Bank of England. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4^ London, 17 


Remarks upon the Bank of England. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4^ London, 1707. 
Proposals for restoring Credit, and for making the Bank of England more 

useful and profitable. (Gim)on Coll. vol. 13.) 4^ London, 1721. 

Suffgestions for the regulation of Discount by the Bank of England. (Ath. 

ColL vol. 225.) S9 London, 1847. 

The Petition of the Merchants, Bankers, and Traders of London against the 

Bank Charter Act. (Ath. Coll. vol. 225.) 8^ London, 1847. 
see also Torrens. 

On a National Bank. — see Ricsrdo. 

Bakkino. — see Currency. 
Bavkbuftct (Court of). — see Fane. 

BAFTiaM: — 

The Gorhak Contbovkbst on thb Dogftrinb of Baftzbhal Rigekeratiok: 

Gorham v. Bishop of Exeter. The Judgment of the Judicial Committee of Privy 
Council. (Ath. Coll. vol. 296.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Speech before the Committee. — see ^uleley. 

Letter on the Judgment. — see Phillpotts. 

Works in favour of thb Doctrine, or against the Decision ov thi 

Judicial Commtfteb: 

The Judicial Committee of the Privy Coimcil and the Petition for a Chuix^ 
Tribunal in lieu of it; a letter by an Anglican Layman. (Ath. Coll. vol. 297.) 
8^ London, 1850. 

Letter to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York in reference to the late Judg- 
ment, in the case of Gk>rham v, the Bishop of Exeter. (Ath. Coll. vol. 297.) 
8^ London, 1850. 

A Voice from the North : an Appeal to the People of England on behalf of 
their Church, by an English Priest. (Ath. Coll. voL 299.) 8^ London, 

Letter to Lord John Russell in fibvour of uigixur the Revival of Convocation at 
the present crisis in the Church of England, by Lucius. (Ath. Coll. voL 801.) 
8^ London, 1850. 

The Clergy and the Commons ; or the Right of the National Convocation to sit 
in Paruament vindicated, by a Layman. (Ath. ColL vol. 301.) 8^ London, 

See also Anderdon ; Anderson ; Bartholomew ; Bennett ; Biber ; Campbdl ; Case ; 
Cavendish ; Chambers ; Croly ; Denison ; Dodsworth ; Drake ; Egsn ; Garside ; 
Goodwin; Griffith; Hoare; Hook; Keble; Kempe; Maskell ; Massingberd ; 
Mayow; Melvill; Monro; Neale; Peile; FercevBl; Phillpotts; Redeodale; 
Robertson; St. lieger; Watson. 

Against State Jurisdiction in matter of Doctrine. — see Bennett; Dodsworth; 

TBACTS. 108 


Reyirion^ or a wise and timely alteration of certain ezpresdons in the Bap- 
tismal Serrices of the Chnrcn of England, recommended as necessary Ibr its 
peace and effidencj^ by a beneficed Clergyman. (Ath. Coll. vcd. 308.) 12^ 
London, 1850. 

The Great Gorham Case ; a history, including Expositions of the rival Baj^ 
tismal Theories, by a Looker-on, with a pre£ce by John Search. (Ath. Cofi. 
vol. 803.) 12<> London, 1850. 

Review of the Judgment of Sir H. J. Fust in the case of Gorham v. the Bishop 
of Exeter, reprinted firom the " Christian Observer." (Ath. Coll. vol. 296^) 
8^ London, 1850. 

See also Brogden ; Congleton ; Goode ; Harcourt ; Hare ; Kennedy ; Litton ; 

Other Controversial Tracts in reference to the Decision. — see Drummond; 
Irons; Wiseman; Wolff. 

Barber (W. H.). His Case, containing copies of all the Documents submitted to Sir 
George Grey, Letter from Norfolk Island on the Cruelties to which he was sub- 
jected, his Deliverance, &c. (Ath. Coll. vol. 275.) 8° London, 1849. 

Babbieb (Stephen). An Expedient to pay the Public Debts. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 
4^ London, 1719. 

Babkes (Ralph). Letter to a Member of the House of Commons on the Tithe Compo- 
sition Bill. (Tracts S. vol. 2.) S^ Exeter, 1880. 

Letter on Church Rates. (Tracts S. vol 2.) 8** London, 1837. 

Letter to Lord John Russell on the Commission of Inquiry into Episcopal and 

Capitular Estateik (Ath. CoU. vol. 275.) B9 London, 1849. 

Babbow's "Arctic Voyi^es," Observations on. — see Ross. 

Babbt (Henry Boothby). The advantages and disadvantages of the Feudal System, 
[Sheldonian Prize Essay]. (Ath. OoU. voL 200.) B9 Oxford, 1848. 

The Law was our schoolmaster to bring us to Christ, [EUerton Theological 

Prize Essay]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 200.) B9 Oxford, 1845. 

Babteb (William Brudenell). The English Church not in Schism ; or a few words on 
the Supremacy of the Pope and the Progress of Antichrist. (Ath. Coll. vol. 202.) 
69 London, 1845. 

Babtholomew (Ch. Ch.). " The Grace of Baptism tied to the Rite*' taught as a most 
certain truth by the Church of England ; two Sermons. (Ath. Coll. vol 295.) 8^ 
Exeter, 1850. 

Basill (William), Attorney General of Ireland. Declaration of the Irish Annie in 
Ulster, sent to the Parliament in a Letter from him to William Lenthal, the 
Speller. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 49 London, 1650. 

Bateman (James). A Word to the Wise on the Oxford Crisis. (Tract. Cont. vol. 18.) 
B9 London, 1845. 

Bauhik (Joannes). Historise Fontis et Balnei admirabilie Bollensis. (Gibbon OoUj 
vol. 19.) 4<^ Montis Belgardi (Montbelliard), 1598. 

Bavabia — Protestation de I'Electeur de Bavidre centre TElection qui va se Bsdre d*UB 
nouvel Empereur. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 5.) 4^ Namur, 1711. 

Bbamibh (N. Ludlow). Remedy for the impending Scarcity, suggested by a visit to 
the Kukerran Estate of the Irish Waste Land Improvement Society. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 210.) 8° Cork, 1846. 

Bbavib (Richard). Memorial of the Dutch-Spanish Merchants, concerning the Losses 
at Vigo. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 9.) 4® London, 1703. 

Beke (Charles T.). Abyssinia : a statement of Facts relative to the transactions between 
the Writer and the British Mission to Shoa. (Ath. CoU. vol. 200.) 8^ London, 

Statement of Facts, &c., second edition. (Ath. CoU. vol. 228.) 8^ London, 


Remarks on the Mats'ha'& Tomar, or the Book of the Letter, an Ethiopic MS. 

in the Library of tho University of Tubingen. (Ath. CoU. vol. 269.) 8<^ London, 


194 TRACTS. 

Bike (Charles T.). On the Origin of ihe GallaB. (Ath. Coll. vol. 269.) 8^ London^ 


BsLOBADE — Relation of the Siege or Taking by Storm of the City of Belgrade, on the 
6th day of September, 1688. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 4^ London, 1688. 

Bkllebs /John). Proposals for raising a College of Industry of all useful Trades and 
Husbandry. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 24.) i^ London, 1696. 

Bknsdict xm. — Caract^ de TEsprit et du Coeur de notre trds-saint Pdre le F^>e 
Benoist 13. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 8.) 4® Paris, 1724. 

Bennett (William J. £.). Crime and Education; the duty of the State therein. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 204.) 8° London, 1846. 

Apostacy ; a Sermon in reference to an event at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 

[The Case of the Rev. Alexander Chirol]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 222.) 8^ London, 

see Chirol. 

Reply to " A Statement of Facts," by Alexander Chirol. (Ath. ColL vol. 222.) 

8® London, 1847. 

The Church, the Crown, and the State, their junction or their separation, in 

two Sermons. (Ath. Coll. vol. 294.) 8° London, 1850. 

Benson (Christopher). Rubrics and Canons of the Church of England considered. 
flVact. Cont. vol. 12.) 8® London, 1845. 

The Cong6 d'Elire ; or the present mode of making English Bishops, [Hampden 

Controversy]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 245.) 8° London, 1848. 

Bentinck (Lord G^rge) — Answer to his Address to the Electors of King's Lynn, by 
" Plain Facts." (Ath. CoU. vol. 227.) 8° London, 1847. 

Berkslet (Hon. G. F.). Pamphlet in defence of the Gkume Laws. (Ath. Coll. voL 
203.) 8<^ London, 1845. 

Answer. — see Cobbett (J. P.) 

Best (Chief Justice) [Lord Wynford]. Charge delivered to the Grand Jury of Wiltshire. 
(Tracts S. vol. 6.) 8® London, 1827. 

[Bethel (Sir Slingsby)]. The World's Mistake in Oliver Cromwell ; or a short Political 
Discourse, shewing that his Maladministration layed the foundation of our present 
condition in the decay of lYade. (Gibbon Coll. voL 15.) 4^ London, 1668. 

BiBER (G. E.). The Church in her Day of Trial and the Duty of her Members, a 
Sermon. (Ath. Coll. vol. 294.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Bible Societt (British and Foreign) — Four I*lain Reasons, wherefore a Chnrdmian 
ought not to subscribe to the Bible Society. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8^ London, 

The Bible Society contrary to the Bible and hostile to the Church. ^Tracts S. 

vol. 3.) 8° London, 1848. 

On the Claim of. — see ^ry ; Yansittart. 

Against. — see Callaghan ; Wordsworth. 

BiOELOW (Henry Jacob). Address to the Boylston Medical Society of Harvard Uni- 
versity. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 8® Boston, U.S., 1846. 

BiONON (M.). On the Proscriptions and Persecutions of the Jews, translated by a Lady, 
with notes. (Ath. Coll. vol. 244.) 8® London, 1848. 

BntKS (T. R.). Letter to Lord John Russell on the Admission of Jews to Parliament. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 244.) 8° London, 1848. 

BiRMiNOHAM, state of. — see Slaney. 

Bishop (George). Mene Tekel ; or the Council of Officers of the Army against the 
Declarations, &c. of the Army. (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ London, 1659. 

Blackeb (William). Essay on improving the condition of the Labouring Claases of 
Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 211.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Blakeslet (Joseph William). Where does the Evil lie? On the prevalence of Private 
Tuition in the University of Cambridge. (Ath. Coll. vol. 188.) 8® London, 

BUND (The) — Letter to Lord Whamcliffe in reply to James H. Frere's Letter, by the 
London Society for teaching the Blind to read. (Ath. Coll. vol. 188.) 8^ London, 

TRACTS. 195 

Bund (The)— Fifth Report of the London Society for teaching the Blind to read. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 188.) %^ London, 1843. 

Bloicfisld (Charles James), Bp. of London. Letter to Charles Butler, in vindication 
of English Protestants from his attack upon their sinoeri^, in iJie Book of the 
Roman Catholic Church, with a Postscript. (Butler's '"Aacts.") 8° London. 
1825. ^ 

see Butler. 

Charge delivered to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, vol. 8.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1846. 

Pastoral Letter to the Clergy of the Diocese of London, [on the approach of 

the Cholera]. (Ath. CoU. vol. 263.) 8® London, 1847. 

Blunt (Walter). Ecclesiastical Restoration and Reform. No. 1. On Church Rates, 
Parish Officers, Education of the Poor, Cemeteries. (Ath. Coll. vol 221.) 8^ 
London, 1847. 

BODINOTON (Oeorge). Letters : a New Tear's Qift to Ireland, Irish Prospects, Agri- 
culture, Manu&ctures, &c. (Ath. Coll. vol. 256.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Boors (Adam). Steam to Australia, the routes between London and Sydney com- 
pared, and the expediency of forming a settlement at Cape York, in Torres Strait. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 252.) 8° Sydney, 1848. 

BOLINOBBOKB (Henry St. John, Viscount). Last Will and Testament, with copy of a 
Letter from his Lordship, giving his reasons for leaving the Kingdom in March, 
1715. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 1.) 4<^ London, 1752. 


BOBOBKT, (Uias Boratzi ((George), Tryal and Condemnation, and of Christopher Yrats, 
and John Stem, for the barbarous murder of Thomas Thynn, Esq., together with 
the Tiyal of Charles John, Coimt Coningsmark, at the Old &ailey, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 
1681. (Tracts on the Popish Plot.) fol. London, 1682. 

BoRRiNO (Etienne). Sur la Limite M6ridionale de la Monarchic Danoise, et sur VEtj' 
mologie des Noms Q6ographiques du Sleswig et de la Normandie. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 279.) 8® Paris, 1849. 

BOUOUNB (P.). Lettre & Monsieur * * *, dans laquelle on discute divers points d'Astro- 
nomie-Pntique, avec quelques Remarques sur le Supplement au Journal Historique 
de M. de k Condamine. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 2.) i^ Paris, 1754. 

BouBNS (John). Indian River Navigation ; Report to the Committee. (Ath. Co]l. 
vol. 289.) S^ London, 1849. 

BousFiELD (Benjamin). Letter to the Citizens of Cork. (Union Coll. vol. 11.) 8^ 
Cork, 1799. 

BowEN (C. H.). Mortgage Banks, as the means of providing employment in Ireland. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 255.) 8<^ Dublin, 1848. 

BowTER (G^rge). Lombardy, the Pope, and Austria. (Ath. Coll. vol. 258.) 8^ 
London, 1848. 

BoTD (Benjamin). Letter to Sir William Denison, Governor of Van Diemen*s Land, 
on tranisferring the unemployed labour of that Colony to New South Wales. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 266.) 8^ Sydney, 1847. 

Bravhall (John), Archbishop of Armagh. A Fair Warning for England to take heed 
of the Presbyterian Government, as being of all others most injurious to the 
Civi] Magistrate, most oppressive to the Su^ebt, most pernicious to both. (Scarce 
Tracts.) 4«> London, (1649). 

Brands (WiUiam Thomas). Correspondence relating to a Document published in the 
Report of the Commissioners on the Afiairs of the Mint. (Ath. CoU. vol. 286.) 8^ 
London, 1849. 

Bread — ^Temperate Discussion of the Causes which have led to the present High Price 
of Bread. (Tracts S. vol. 1.) B^ London, 1800. 

the Assize of. — see Penkethnian. 

Brkreton (C. D.). Observations on the Administration of the Poor Laws in Agricul- 
tural Districts. (Tracts S. vol. 1.) 8° Norwich, . 

Address, with a proposal for a Church, Mission-House, and School at Sarftwak, 

on the N. W. of Borneo, under the protection of James Brooke. (Ath. CoU. vol. 
228.) 8<^ London, 1846. 

Bricknsll (W. Simcox). Resignation and Lay Conmiunion : Professor Keble's View 
of the position and duties of Tractarians, submitted to the Members of Convocation. 
(Tract. Cent, vol 12.) S^ London, 1841. 

106 TRACTS. 

BscuriLL (W. Simooz). Beoond Letter to Hie Rer. E. B. iSiaey, ooeariofied by Im 
circular in support of the Rev. Isaac Williamt, as a candidate for the Poetiy Pro- 
fenorship. (IVact. Cont. vol. 12.) 8^ Oxford, 1841. 

An Attempt to ehicidate the Theology of the Rev. Isaac WiQiams, by a 

. comparison of Number 91 with Number 86 of Tracts for the "Hmes. (Tract Cont. 
vol. 12.) 8^ Oxford, 1842. 

Oxford : Tract Number 90: and Ward's Ideal of a Christian Church, a prac- 

tical Suggestion submitted to Members of Convocation, with an Appendix of Testi- 
monies and Extracts. (Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) 8^ Oxford, 1844. 

Bbidovs (W.). The Ix^fall Convert according to the Oxford OoVT'' ^ Convert will be 
loyidl : or some short amiotations on this Book. (Civil War Tracts.) 4® London, 

Bbioos (Mi^or General). Letter to the Marquis of Tweeddale, [on the Composition of 
the Indian Army]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 252.) 8^ Cheltenham, 1842. 

What are we to do with the Punjabi (Ath. Coll. vol. 252.) 89 London, 


How to improve the health of the Metropolis, and to feed the People of 

Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 258.) 8<^ London, 1849. 

BBITI8H AssociATiOK— Correspondence of the Magnetical and Meteorological Com- 
mittee. (Ath. Coll. vol 201.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Bbitibh and Fobeion Institutb — Account of its Dissolution. (Ath. ColL voL 248.) 
8° 1847. 

BumH MuBBUX — On the Supply of Printed Books from the Library to the Reading 
Room ef the British Museum, [Ptoiazi's Reply to Sur N. H. Nicolas]. (Ath. Coll. 
voL 243.) 8° 1846. 

see Nioolas. 

Letter to the Earl of Ellesmere on the management of the Library of Printed 

Books in the British Museum, [by John Edward Gray]. (Ath. Coll. vol 269.) (Pri- 
vately printed.) 8^ London, 1849. 

BftlTTON (John) — ^The Britton Testimonial : Account of the Dinner given to him at 
Richmond, with a prefihce by T. £. Jones. (Misc. Coll. voL 14.) Royal 8^ 

Bbooden (James). The Duty of Christian Subjection, and the unreasonableness of 
Separation considered. (Ath. Coll. vol. 295.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Bkookb (H.) — see Johnson (Samuel). 

Bbouqhak (Henry, Lord). Letter to Lord Lyndhurst on Criminal Police and National 
Education. (Ath. Coll. vol. 206.) S^ London, 1847. 

Second Edition, with a Postscript. (Ath. Coll. voL 206.) S^ London, 


Letter to Sir James Graham on the making and digesting of the Law. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 287.) S^ London, 1849. 

Seoond Edition. (Ath. Coll. vol. 287.) S^ London, 1849. 

Bbown (Hmnphrey). On the application of a Gkrvemment System of Railways in 
Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 261.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Bbown (John). Some considerations in &vour of the BCaynooth Grant. (Atlk ColL 
voL 192.) 8^^ London, 1845. 

Bbowkk (G. Lathom). Explanation of the Public Health Act, 11 k 12 Vict oaip, 68. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 253.) %° London, 1849. 

[Bbownb (John)]. The Merchant's Aviso, or Instructions necessary for thcnr sons and 
servants when they first send them beyond the seas. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 21.) 4P 
London, 1640. 

Bbumton (William). On the Ventilation of Coal Mines. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) B9 
London, 1849. 

Bbtsoit ^lobert). Description of a new self-ragistering Barometer. (Misa Coll. voL 8.) 
40 Edinburgh, 1844. 

BuoKnroHAM (George ViUiers, Duke of). Short Discourse upon the reaionabkness of 
Men's having a Religion or Worship of God. (Gftth. Cont vol. 9.) 4^ London, 

TRACTS. 197 

BlWUJtCHiAii (Jnmes S.). Appeal to the BritSrii Nation on the greatest Reform yet 
remaining to be accomplished [against the use of Intoxicating Drinks]. (Ath. Coll. 
▼ol. 216.) 8P London, 1846. 

BuKBEN (Chevalier Christian C. J.). Die Deutsche Bundesverfassune und ihr eigenthiim- 
liches Verh&ltniss zu den Yerfassungen Englands und der Vereinigten Staaten. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 281.) 8«> London, 1848. 

Vorsohlag fUr die unverBilgliche Bildung einer vollstftndiffen Reichsverfiissimg 

w&hrend der Y erweserschaft zur Hebong der inneren Aiist&nde und zur krftftigen 
Darstellung des Einen Deutschlands dem Auslande gegeniiber. (Ath. CoU. vol. 281.) 
8^ Frankfurt-am-Main, 1848. 

Memoir on the Constitutional Rights of the Duchies of Schleswig and Holstein, 

published with Qmner's Essay on the Danish Question, and the Official Documents, 
by Otto von Wenckstem. (Ath. Coll. vol. 281.) S^ London, 1848. 

Noten Euy Beleuchtung der angeblichen " Thatsachen " in dem " Memoir. 

(Atk. Coll. vol. 281.) B9 Kopenhagen, 1848. 

Yindication of the Chevalier Bimsen from the Charges of the "Cliristian 

RemembnAoer," [by J. C. Hare]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 220.) 8^ London, 1846. 

BnSGiss (Richard). Letter to the Rev. W. T. Hook on his proposed plan for the Edu- 
cation of the People. (Ath. Coll. vol. 205.) 8^ Jjondon, 1846. 

— ^— National Schools and National School Teachers. Letter to the Archbishop of 
Canterbury. (Ath. Coll. vol. 260.) 8° London, 1848. 

■ see Education (Metropolis Schools). 

BimaON(Jelm WilHam). Petra, a Prize Poem. (Ath. Coll. vol. 200.) 8^ Oxford, 1845. 

BuBl/rON (Colonel W.). Brief Comments on Sir C. Napier's Letter to Sir J. Hobhouse 

''on the Baggage of the Indian Array.^ (Ath. Coll. vol. 276.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Burnet (Gilbert), Bishop of S^trum. Sermon preached at the Chappel of the Rolk on 
Gun-Powder-Treason-Day. (Cath. Cont. vol. 9.) 49 London, 1684. 

^-~^ Sermon before the H. of Commons on the Thanksgiving Day, 81 Jan. 1688. 
(Oath. Cont. vol. 9.) 49 London, 1689. 

Sermon at his Consecration. — see Homeck. 

•^— "His History of the Reformation" — Reflections on the Relation of the English 
Reformation, printed at Oxford, by G. B., D.D. 2 parts. (Cath. Cont. vol. 6.) 4^ 
Amsterdam, 1688. 

BuBBTTT (Elihu). Journal of a Yisit of three days to Skibbereen. (Ath. Coll. vol. 210.) 
d9 London, 1847. 

BuBTON (Captain J. Ryder). Letter on the National Defences. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 
S^ London, 1848. 

BuBHB (Gervase P.). Some Considerations on the Inoome Tax. (Ath. Coll. vol. 189.) 
8^ London, 1845. 

ButLSB (Charles). Tracts, viz. : 

Letter on the Chief Consul Buonaparte's projected Invasion. 8^ London, 1803. 
Address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland. 8^ London, 1818. 

Inaugural Address ^oken Nov. 4, 1815, on laying the first stone of the London 
Institution. 8^ London, 1816. 

Undivided Allegiance of Roman Catholics to their Sovereigns. 8^ London, (1825). 

Letter on the Coronation Oath. 8^ London (1825). 

Address to the Protestants of Great Britain. 8^^ London (1825). 

Letter to C. J. Blomfield, Bishop of Chester, in Yindication of a Pksaage in his 
" Book of the Roman Cathohc Church." 8^ London, 1825. 

see Blomfield. 

Reply to the Article in the " Quarterly Review," for March, 1826, on the 
Revelations of La Soeur Nativity. S^ London, 1826. 

Short Reply to Dr. Phillpott's Answer to the Letter on the Coronation Oath. 
8° London, 1828. 

A Memoir of the Catholic Relief Bill passed in 1829, with a preliminary minute 
of all the Divisions in Parliament on the Catholic Claims subsequent to 1778. 
8° London, 1829. 

Catalogue of his Library, Prints, and Music, sold by Auction, December 1, 1832. 
99 London, 1832. 

198 TBACTS: 

Burr (Isaac). The Rate in Aid ; a Letter to the Eari of Boden. (Ath. CoU. rol. 298.) 
89 Dublin, 1849. 

Buxton (T. Fowell). Abridgment of his Work entitled " The African Slave Trade and 
its Bemedy." (Tracts S. vol. 7.) S^ London, 1840. 

Caibd (James). High Farming under liberal covenants the best substitate for Pro- 
tection. (Ath. Coll. vol. 277.) 8^ Edinburgh, 1849. 

Oallaohak (A.). Thoughts on the tendency of Bible Societies as affecting the Esta- 
blished Church. (Tracts S. vol. 3.) 8^^ London, 1818. 

CAi;rHBOPE (Charles). The Relation between the Lord of a Manner and the Coppy- 
holder his tenant. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4^ London, 1635. 

Calvsbt (Frederic). Observations on the Difficulties of Suits in EquiW amongst 
the Shareholders of Joint Stock Companies. (Ath. Coll. vol. 240.) 8^ London, 

Cambridob — ^The next step respectfully suggested to the Senate of the University of 
Cambridge, by one of its Members. (Ath. Coll. vol. 249.) 8^ Cambridge^ 

Oambbedob Antiquarian Society — Second General Report (Ath. Coll. vol. 199.) 8^ 
Cambridge, 1842. 

Oamfbell (Charles). The views of the English Church and her Reformers on Bap- 
tismal Regeneration contrasted with those of the Rev. John Spurgin, with an 
Appendix on Apostolical Succession. (Tract. Cent. vol. 12.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Campbell (J.). View of the Dangers to which the Trade of Great Britain will be 
exposed if Naples and Sicily fidf into the hands of the Spaniards. (Gibbon ColL 
vol. 9.) 4® London, 1754. 

Campbkll (Hon. W. F.). Will Mr. Labouchere's Navigation Measure pass the House 
of Lords t a Letter to a Protectionist Peer. (Ath. Coll. vol. 272.) 8^ London, 

Canada — Letter to Earl Grey on the Events of the last three years, &c., by a Canadian. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 228.) 8^ Montreal, 1846. 

Financial position. — see Hincks. 

Vindication of Lord Elgin. — see Mackay. 

Canatb (Meesire Philippe). Extraits de ses Lettres au Roi Henry 4, [sur les Jdsnitesl. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 1.) 4<^ . 

Canning (Right Hou. George). Speech, January 29, 1817, on the motion for an 
Address to H. R. H. the Prince Regent. (Tracts S. vol. 5.) 8^ Jjondon, 1817. 

Speech, November 24, 1819, on the Address to the Throne. (Tracts S. vol. 5.) 

8® London, 1820. 

Speech to his Constituents at Liverpool, March, 18, 1820. (Tracts S. voL 5.) 

8^ London, 1820. 

Correct Report of Speeches delivered December 12, 1826, relative to the Affion 

of Portugal, (tracts S. vol. 5.) S^ London, 1827. 

[Carter (William)]. The Usurpations of France upon the Trade of the Woollen 
Manufacture of England. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1695. 

Cabthagena — Journal de tout ce qui 8*est pas86 & la prise des Forts de Bocachioa et 
au Si^e de Cartagdne aux Indes Occidentales. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 4^ Lon- 
dres? 1741. 

Cast (Walter). — see Excise. 

Case (George). Failing in the Faith, a Sermon. (Ath. Coll. vol. 295.) 8^ London, 

Cabtille (Comte de) — Provisions d'un titre de Comte de Castillo, donn6 par le Roy 
d'Espagne au S' Jean Baptiste Robin et & ses descendans, et Lettres Patentee du 
Roi confirmatives d'iceluy pour en jouir en France. (Gibbon Coll. voL 1.) 4^ 
Paris, 1723. 

Cat (A) may look upon a King. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8^ Amsterdam, 1714. 
Cathedral Trusts.— see Whiston. 

TRACTS. 199 

*' Catlxk*8 Kotefl of Travels in Europe, with his K. A. Indian Collection." The Con- 
tentB. (Ath. Coll. vol 286.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Oarli, on fibttening. — see Wames. 

The Cattle Show, a Poem. (Ath. Coll. voL 196.) 8° London, 1846. 

Oatx (Stephen). A few Words on the encouragement to the Slaye Trade by the 
Sugar Bill of 1846. (Ath. CoU. vol. 262.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Oavkndibh (Hon. Richard). Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the actual 
relations between Church and State, suggested by Baptist Noel's Essay. (Ath. Coll. 
voL 291.) 8<> London, 1849. 

Letter to Archdeacon Hare, on the Judgment in the Oorham Case. (Ath. Coll. 

voL 297.) 8<* London, 1860. 

Oavoub (Camille de). Considerations on the state and prospects of Ireland, translated. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 193.) 8<> London, 1845. 

CiTLON. — see Payne. 

[Chambeblatne (Edward)]. England's Wants, or several Proposals probably beneficial 
for England humbly offered to the consideration of all good patriots in both houses 
of ParUament. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 21.) 4^^ London, 1685. 

Chambers (John David). Anglo-Saxonica, or Animadversions on some Positions, his- 
torical and theological, in Soame's '' Latin Church during Anglo-Saxon 'Hmes." 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 269.) 8^ London, 1849. 

A Review of the Corham Case, in its aspects, moral and legal, with a critical 

examination of the Judgment : a Letter to the Bishop of Salisbury. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 296.) 8® London, 1860. 

" Charttablb Corporation Office" — History of the Charitable Corporation, from the 
date of their Charter to the kte Petition. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4^^ London, 

The Nature of the Charitable Corporation, and its relation to Trade considered. 

by Britannicus. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4^^ London, 1732. 

Charitable Trusts Bill. — see Palmer. 

Charles r.— see Civil War, 1642-9. 

A Solemn Humiliation for the murder of Charles i., with remaxlu on thoee 

popular mistakes concerning Popery, Zeal, and Subjection, which had a &tal 
mnuence in our Civil Wars. (Catii. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1686. 

On the Death of Charles the Firsts a Prize Poem. (Ath. Coll. vol 286.) 8^ 

London, 1849. 

Chartdsm — What the Chartists are, a Letter to English Working-men, by a Fellow- 
labourer. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 12° London, 1848. 

Chemistry, &c. — Most important Errors in Chemistiy,. Electricity, and Magnetism 
pointed out and refuted. (Ath. Coll. vol. 238.) 8° London, 1846. 

Chesnet (Colonel). Observations on the reconstruction of the Royal Regiment of 
ArtiUery, and its separation into Horse, Field, and Churrison Artillery. (Ath. CoU 
vol. 276.) 9P London, 1849. 

[Child (Sir Josiah)]. A Discourse of the nature, use, and advantages of Trade, proposing 
some considerations for the advancement thereof. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 21.) 4° Lon- 
don, 1694. 

China — Statistical View of China Proper, by K M. Martin, (on a sheet). (Misc. CoU. 
vol. 8.) 4<^ 1847. 

Treaty of Peace at Nankin, 1842. — see Urmston. 
Opium Trade in. — see Martin. 

Chio — Account of Monsieur de Quesne's late expedition at Chio, together with the 
Negociation of Monsieur Guilleragues at the Port. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 11.) 49 Lon- 
don, 1683. 

Chirol (Alexander). Statement of Facts in Reply to W. J. £. Bennett's Sennon 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 222.) 12° London, 1847. 

Reply. — see Bennett. 

Remarks on Mr. Bennett's Reply, 2nd and 3rd editions. (Ath. CoU. vo]. 222.) 

8® London, 1847. 

see Gordon ; Wiseman. 

200 TRACTS. 

CmBHOLM (Mrs.). Emigration aod Transportfttion reUtivBly mnm^andp im • IjbUt to 
Earl Grey. (Ath. CoU. vol. 266.) S^ London, 1847. 

Chloroform — Its use in Dental Surgery. — see dendon. 

In Midwifery. — see Murphy. 

Cholera — Five Minutes' Common Sense about the Asatic Cholera. (Ath. OoIL 
▼ol. 267.) 8^ London, 1848. 

The Cholera no Judgment ; the Prayer by the Archbishop of Cantetboxy 

lyer Dv 
examined, by Sensus Conmiunis. (Ath. CoU. vm. 291.) 8^ London, 1849. 

see Blomfield ; Qillkrest ; Skiers. 

Church of Eholaki^— Discourse oonoeming the Unity of the Cathdidc Church main- 
tained in the Church of England. (Cath. Cont. vol 8.) 4^ London, 1684. 

Letter to Rowland Gardiner Alston, in reply to iw Ezpostulatory Lettar to 

the Churchwardens of Ware on the subject of Um recent Memiorial to the Rirfwrp of 
London. (Tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 8° Ware, 1843. 

A Call to Churchwardens to resist the progress of superstition ai^d priestcraft 

in the Church of England^ referring especially to the Bishop of Exeter's Letter to 
the Clergy of his Diocese. (Tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 89 London, 1843. 

Letters by Civis on Church subjects in the West of Cornwall, with a Letter to 

the Rev. WiUiam Cams Wilson, (tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 8<> Truro, 1844. 

Thoughts on Church Matters, by a Churbhman. (Tract. Cont. yoL IS.) 8^ 

London, 1845. 

A Letter upon Church BCatters to the Editor of the Times, by a Co>anti7 Yicar. 

(Tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 89 London, 1846. 

Reflections discriminative and pacificatory on recent and stiU pasring events 

in our Church and Elder University. (Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) 89 London, 1845. 

see also Tractarian Controversy. 

Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the present wants of the Church, by 

a Layman. (Ath. Coll. vol. 220.) 8^ London, 1846. 

The Development of Anglicanism the hope of the Church of Atigland ! Letter 

to Lord John Russell by a Churchman. (Ath. CoU. voL 220.) 89 London, 1846. 

Third edition, revised and enlarged. (Ath. CoU. voL 220.) 8^ London, 


see also Korthcote ; lliompson. 

Word of Warning and Exhortation to the Clergy and Friends of the Church. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 221.) 8« London, 1847. 

Principles of the English Constitution in Church and State tooching the Royal 

Supremacy, Convocation, Appointment to Bishopridu, &c. (Ath. CoU. t6L 247.) 
S^ London, 1848. 

see also Cavendish. 

The Endowments of the Choreh no just grievanoa to Dissenter^ Rmmaniit or 

Protestant. (Ath, CoU. vol. 254.) 89 Umdon, 1849< 
On Church Government. — see Whately. 

Church Rkform — Church Reform and Clerical Ddinquenciea, by a Member of the 
Church. (Ath. CoU. vol. 220.) 89 London, 1846. 

No hope for the Church of England as by Law " perverted" : Letter 

to the National Club. (Ath. CoU. vol. 220.) S^ London, 1846. 

Church Emancipation and Church Reform, by Eodesiastea. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 221.) S^ London, 1847. 

A Plan of Church Extension and Reform, submitted to Lord John 

Russell, in March, 1848, vrith remarks by J. C. Colquhoun. (Ath. CoU. veL 247.) 
8^ London, 1848. 

see also Blunt (W.) ; Morris ; Surtees. 

(Ireland). Proposals for remedying the abuses and promoting the 

Efficiency of the Established Church in Ireland, by a beneficed Cleigyman. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 247.) 8<> Dublin, 1849. 

Church Leasehold Question, True Statement of the. (Ath. CoU. vol. 287.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1849. 

see also Maitland (J. G.) 

TEACTS. 201 

Church Ratjbs. — see Barnes; Blunt. 

Chubch Vestmsnts — Circular Letter from the Bishop of Montreal to the Gei^y of his 
Diocese on Church Vestments. (Charges^ vol. 5.) 8^ London^ 1845. 

Chubohbs — on the Restoration of. — see Close. 

GiTiL Was — Narrative of the Causes and Events of Civil War between Princes and 
People, with the manner how the People of Rome and the Netherlands abjured their 
King, with the Form of their Oaths of Abjuration, by F. M. (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ 
London, 1659. 

Civil Wab (The) in England, 1642-9 — His Majesties Declaration to all his loving sub- 
jects of the causes which moved him to dissolve the last Parliament. (Scarce Tracts.) 
4^ London, 1640. 

The Copy of a Letter written to the Lower House of Parliament touching 

divers grievances and inconvenieucies of the State. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4^ 
London, 1641. 

His Majesties Qracious Message to Parliament, wherein he assenteth to the Bill 

against Bishops, their Votes in Parliament, and that no man in holy orders shall 
meddle with any Temporall Jurisdiction. (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ London, 1642. 

A Complaint to the House of Commons, and Resolution taken up by the free 

Protestant Subjects of the Cities of Loudon and Westminster. (Civil War Tracts.) 
4<^ Oxford, 1642. 

Tom Tell Troth; or a free Discourse touching the Murmurs of the Times, 

directed to his Majesty by way of humble advertisement. (Civil War Tracts.) 4^ 
London, 1642. 

A Plea for the Parliament, or xv. Considerations for the satis&ction of such 

who are apt to be mitdeil by a Malignant Party against the Parliament. (Civil 
War Tracts.) 4<^ London, 1642. 

A Miracle : an honest Broker, or Reasons urging a more liberall Loane towards 

the maintenance of Religion, Law, and the Kmgdomes Safety in them both, &c. 
(CivU War Tracts.) 4° London, 1642. 

The Petition of Rights exhibited to his Majestic by the Lords Spirituall and 

Temporall and Commons in Parliament, &c. (Civil War Tracts.) 4^ London, 1642. 
Animadversions upon those notes which the late Observator hath published 

upon the seven Dtx^rines and Positions which the King (he saith) layes open so 
o&nsive. (Civil War Tracts.) 4° London, 1642. 

A Second Plain-English for the Satis&ction of all People, shewing whether we may 

lawfully desert the Parliament in this time of danger, or whether we are bound in con- 
science to obey, assist, and ayd the Parliament, (^vil War Tracts.) 4^ London, 1642. 

A View of a printed Book, intituled Observations upon his Majesties late 

Answers and Expresses. (Civil War Tracte.) 4° Oxford, 1642. 

New Plea for the Parliament, and the reserved Man resolved : from the serious 

consideration of the state of Controversie betweene the King and the Parliament. 
(CivU War Tracts.) 4° . 

The Second Part of Vox Populi, being the Peoples Report unto the King upon 

the severall Appeales declared in his Majesties name. (Civil War Tracts.) 4^ 

The Discovery of Malignants by the knowne Lawes, and will of the King 

absurdly urged against the Parliament. (Civil War Tracts.) 4^ 

Scripture and Reason pleaded for Defensive Armes, or the whole Controversie 

about Subjects taking up Armes. (Civil War lYacts.) 4° London, 1643. 

The Kings Majesties Letter sent from Holmby to both Houses of Parliament, 

with his M.'s Propositions for some Bishops appointed to attend his Majestic for the 
exercise of his Conscience, Ac. (Scarce Tracts.) 4° London 1647. 

see also under Parliament. 

see Bridges ; Fern ; Goodwin ; Holbome ; M (J.) 

[Claoett (Nicholas)]. A Perswasive to an ingenuous Tryal of Oi)inion8 in Religion. 
(Cath. Cent. vol. 8.) 4*^ London, 1686. 

[Claoett (William)]. The difference of the Case between the separation of Protestants 
horn the Church of Rome, and Uie separation of Dissenters from the Church of Eng- 
land. (Cath. Cont. vol. 8.) i^ London, 1683. 

Discourse concerning the Worship of the Blessed Virgin and the Saints, with 

an account of the b^^innings of it amongst Christianfl. (Oath. Cont. voL 18.) 4^ 
London, 1686. 

8UFP. D D 

202 TRACTS. 

[Claoett (William)]. View of the whole Controversy between the R^rsBenter and the 
Answerer, with an answer to the Representor's last reply, in wluoh are laid open 
the Methods by which Protestants are misrepresented by Papists. (Oath. Oont. 
voL 12.) 4<^ London, 1687. 

[ ]. Answer to the Representer's ReflectionB upon the State and View of the 

Controversy, with a reply to the Yindicator's full Answer. (Cath. Cont. voL 12.) 
4^ London, 1688. 

[ "], Discourse concerning the pretended Sacrament of Extreme Unction. (Oath. 

Cont. voL 5.) 49 London, 1687. 

Clanoabtt (Earl of). The Oath of Supremacy inconsistent with the Proviaons of the 
Irish Charitable Bequests Act. (Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8^ Dublin, 1848. 

Clabb (John, Earl of). Speech in the House of Lords of Ireland, on a motion made 
by the Earl of Moira^ February 19, 1798. (Union CoU. Speeches.) 8^ DnbUn, 

Olabke (Qeorge R.). Observations on the Socinian Endowment Bill, commonly 
caUed " The Dissenters' Chapels Bill." (Ath. CoU. vol. 202.) 8^ London, 

Clabkb (Hjrde). Physical Economy: inquiir into the physical laws governing the 
periods of Famines and Panics. (Ath. CoU. vol. 282.) 8^^ (London, 1849). 

Considerations on the management of RaUways in India. (Ath. ColL voL 

289.) 8<^ (London, 1849). 

Claske (J. B. B.). Remarks on Dr. Hook's Letter to the Bishop of St. David's, and 
on a State Provision for the Education of the People. (Ath. ColL vol 205.) 8^ 
London, 1846. 

Clabke (Dr.) on the Union. — see Tucker. 

[Clavkbiko (William Aloymus)]. On the Ophir of the First Book of Kings. (Misc. 
CoU. vol. 8.) i° London, 1847. 

On the Tarshish of the Second Book of Chronicles. (Misc. CoU. voL 8.) i^ 

London, 1849. 

Clehdon (J. Chitty). On the use of Chloroform in Dental Sui^gery. (Ath. ColL voL 
282.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Clocks for Railway Stations. — see YuUiamy. 

Close (F.). The Restoration of Churches is the restoration of Popery, a Sermon. 
(Tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Coal and Coal Mines— The Mischief of the Five-ShiUing Tax upon Coal. (Gibbon CoU. 
voL 20.) 4° London, 1699. 

Case of the Fifteen Sea-Coal Meters of the Gty of London, in relation to their 

Deputies. (GKbbon CoU. vol. 20.) 4^ London, 16991 

YentUation of Coal Mines. — see Brunton ; Martin. 

'■ — see also Mines. 

CoBBETT (James P.). Letter to the Hon. G. F. Berkeley, in Answer to his Defence of 
the Game Laws. (Ath. CoU. vol. 203.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Cochrane (Alexander BaUlie). The State of Greece. (Ath. CoU. vol. 242.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1847. 

Reply. — see Metax&. 

CocKBUBN (WilUam.) Remarks on Murchison's Geology of Russia. (Ath. CoU. voL 
238.) S^ London. 1846. 

CoiK AND Coinage — ^An Essay for regulating of the Coyn, by A. U. 4^ London, 1696. 

A Letter from an EngUsh Merchant at Amsterdam to his Friend at London on 

the Trade and Coin of England. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 21.) 4^ London, 1695. 

On the alteration of. — see Houghton. 

Coke (Roger). A Treatise wherein is demonstrated that the Church and State of 
England are in equal danger with the Trade of it. Treatise 1. (Gibbon ColL 
voL 21.) 4° London, 1671. 

England's Improvements in Wealth, Trade, Yalue of Lands^ and Navigation. 

Treatises 3 and 4. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 21.) i^ London, 1671. 

Reasons for the increase of the Dutoh Trade. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 21.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1671. 

TRACTS. 903 

OouEFSPEB (Sir Thomas). Tracts conoerning Usury reprinted, with AnimadvernoiiB 
on the Writings of Dr. Lock. (Gibbon C<3l. vol. 18.) 4*^ London, 1708. 

Ck>LLKDOS (Stephen) — His Arraignment, Tryal and Condemnation for High Treason, 
August 17-18, 1681. (Tracts on the Popish Plot.) fol. London, 1681. 

COLLurs (John). A Plea for the bringing in of Irish Cattel, and keeping out of Fish 
caught by Foreigners. (Gibbon Coll. vol: 20.) 49 London, 1680. 

Salt and Fishery, a Discourse thereof. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4*^ London, 1682. 

Colonization. — see Emigration. 

Slystematic. — see Mills. 

Self-supporting. — see Torrens. 

COLQUHOUN (J. C). The Ministerial Policy in Lreland, its effects on the Church and 
State, [Maynooth Endowment]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 192.) 8<^ London, 1845. 

[ ^1. Claims of the West India Colonies, with the Postscript. (Ath. Coll. vol. 

229.) 8<> London, 1847. 

OOHBI (Andrew). Phrenology, its nature and uses, an Address to the Students of 
Anderson's University. (Ath. Coll. vol. 198.) 8<^ Edinburgh, 1846. 

COMBB (George). On the Application of Phrenology to the Fine Arts. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 201.) BP London, 1844. 

What should Secular £;ducation embrace t (Ath. Coll. vol. 249.) 8^ Edin- 

buigh, 1848. 

[OoiCBKB (Thomas)]. Discourse concerning the Second Council of Nice, which first 
introduced and established Image- Wmship in the Christian Church, ▲.D. 787- 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 2.) 4^ London, 1688. 

€k>iC]fKBCE. — see Trade and Commerce. 

€k>NDAMiNB ^. de la). Supplement au Journal Historique du Yoyaffe A I'Equateur, et 
an livre ae la Mesure des trois premiers degrte du Meridien. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 2.) 
4P Paris, 1762. 

Remarques sur. — see Bouguer. 

OOVOLROV (Lord). The true Idea of Baptism. (Ath. Coll. vol. 299.) 8^ London, 

CovnroHAM (William). Strictures on the Minutes of the Trustees of the National 
Gallery, 4th February, 1847. (Ath. Coll. vol. 289.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

The Picture Cleaning in the National Gallery, with Observations on the Royal 

Academy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 239.) 8^ London, 1847. 

CoiriNGSiULBK's (Count) Trial. — see Borosky. 

CoNOLLT (John). Letter to B. Rotch on the additional Lunatic Asylum for Middlesex, 
at Cokiey Hatch. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Remonstrance with the Lord Chief Baron touching the case, Nottidge teniu 

Ripley. (Ath. CoU. vol. 282.) ^ London, 1849. 

CoKSUMPnoN, Report on.— see Walshe. 

Convocation— A Collection of Tracts on, in 1 vol. 4° London, 1697-1703. 

Contents: — 
Letter to a Convocation-Man concerning the Rights, Powers, and Priviledges of 
that Body, [by Sir B. Shower]. 1697. 

Letter to a Member of Parliament, occasioned by a Letter to a Convocation-Man, 
[by W. Wright]. 1697. 

The Schedule review*df or the Right of the Archbishop to continue or prorogue 
the whole Convocation, [by 1^. Edmund Gibson]. 1702. 

The new Danger of Presbytery, or the Claims and Practices of some in the Lower 
House ^L)onvocation very dangerous to the oonstitution of an Episcopal and 
Metropolitical Church. 1703. 

Remarks firom the Country upon the two Letters reUting to the Convocation and 
alterations in the Liturgy. 1689. 

Reflexions upon a late paper, entitied "An Expedient proposed,*' shewing the 
unreaaonableneas thereof. 1702. 

Vox Cleri, or the Sense of the Clergy concerning the making of alterations in the 
Established Liturgy, with account of the Proceedings of the present Convoca- 
tion. 1690. 

204 TRACTS. 

Convocation — {conHnued) : — 

see also under Baptism. 

Right of Clergy to mt in.— see Thorp (R.) 

On Revival of. — see Trower. 

CooKB (William Robert). Peace Act, dedicated with profound devotion to God, and 
with respect to Man. (Ath. Coll. vol. 216.) S^ London, 1846. 

Cooper (John). A New Whip for an Old Treasurer, for keeping his Neighbour (that 
was) in prison one year and a quarter, for speaking the tru&i, and detaining his 
money, and tiiere suffers him to lye. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4^ London, 1657. 

COPLESTON (Edward) Bp. of liandaff. Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Chaiges, 
vol. 5.) 8° London, 1845. 

Coffer Trade — ^A brief Essay on the Copper and Brass Manu&ctures of England, 
relative to the present Delate in the House of Conmions. (Gibbon ColL vol. 20.) 
i^ London, 1712. 

The State of the Copper and Brass Manu&cturee in Great Britain, humbly 

offered to the consideration of Parliament. (Gibbon Coll. voL 20.) 4^ London, 

Corn Laws — Address on the Com Laws, by a Protectionist. (Ath. Coll. roL 285.) 8^ 
London, 1846. 

Sir Robert Peel and the Com Law Crisis. (Ath. Coll. voL 285.) 8** London, 


see King (Lord) ; Nevile ; Ricardo. 

On the Repeal of. — see Gladstone. 

CoTTERELL (le Sieur), Capitaine des Yaisseaux de la Compagnie des Indes. Memoire 
centre la Compagnie des Indes. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 6.) 4^ (Paris, 1757.) 

Coi!TRELL (Charles Herbert). Religious Movements of Germany in the Nineteenth 
Century. (Ath. Coll. vol. 291.) 8° London, 1849. 

Councils — Authority of General Councils. — see Jenkin. 

Covenanters (The Scotch) — ^Generall Demands concerning the late Covenant^ pro- 
pounded by the Ministers and Professors of Divinitie in Aberdene [with a Pre&oe 
by James, Marquess of Hamilton, the High Commissioner for the introduction of 
the Service Book into Scotbmd]. (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ Edinbuigh, 1688. 

[Coventry (Sir William)]. England*s Appeal from the Private Cabal at Whitehall to 
the Great Council of the Nation in Parliament assembled. (Gibbon Coll. voL 15.) 
4<^ London, 1678. 

Cowns (Morgan). Letter to the Duke of Buccleuch on the Education at Putney Col- 
lege. (Ath. ColL vol. 288.) 8"^ London, (1849). 

Cox (W. Hayward). The Propositions attributed by the " Presbyter" of the " Times" 
to Dr. Hampden, concerning the Trinity and Atonement, compared with the Text 
of the Bampton Lectures. (Ath. Coll. vol. 246.) S^ Oxford, 1847. 

CoxwoRTHT (Franklin). The Potato Disease and Bad Ventilation. (Ath. ColL vol 
210.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

Crawfurd (John). Vital Statistics of a district in Java, with Remarks on the Dutch 
Possessions in the East by Colonel W. H. Sykes. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267) S^ Lon- 
don, 1848. 

Creation (The) — On the Present, Past, and Future, with regard to the Creation. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 261.) 8«> London, 1847. 

Crime, Statistics of. — see Neison. 

Crolt (George). In£Eint Regeneration, the Doctrine of Holy Scripture and of the 
Church of England, a Sermon. (Ath. Coll. vol. 294.) 12P London, 1850. 

Croll (Alexander Angus). On the Construction and Use of Gas Meters. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 201.) 8° London, 1845. 

Crosfeild (Robert). Tmth Brought to Light ; or the corrapt Practioee of acme per- 
sons at Court laid open. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4^ London, 1694. 

Justice perverted and Innocence and Loyalty oppressed ; or a detection of the 

corraptions of some persons in places of great trust. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 14.) 4° 
London, 1695. 

The Government Unhinged ; or an Account of the many great encroachments 

made upon the Liberty of the People. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 14.) 4^ London, 1708. 

TRACTS. 206 

Crown Inn — Postscript to John Bull, containing the History of the Crown Inn, with 
the death of the Widow [Queen Anne]. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8° London, (1714). 

Continuation of the History of the Crown Inn ; with characters of the late 

Servants, and the proceedings of the Trustees to the coming of the New Landlord 
[George I.]. Part 2. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8® London, (1714). 

Farther Continuation of the History of the Crown Inn. Part 8, containing the 

present state of the Inn, &c. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8^ London, (1714). 

■ The Fourth and kst Part of the History of the Crown Inn, with the character 

of John Bull, and other Novels. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8° London, (1714). 

[These tracts were published as a continuation of Arbuthnot's History of John 
Bull, but they are by an inferior hand.] 

OnVBERLAND (Richard). Character of the late Lord Viscount Sackville. 8^ London, 

CuERENCT AND BANKING — Corporation Credit, or a Bank of Credit made currant by 
common Consent in London. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4^ London, 1682. 

England's Interest ; or the great benefit to Trade by Banks of Credit in Lon- 
. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4° London, 1782. 

Examination of the Currency Question, and of the Project for altering the 

Standard of Value. (Tracts. S. vol. 6.) 8° London, 1830. 

Suggestions for a Domestic Currency on philosophic and unerring prindples. 


(Ath. CSU. vol. 226.) S^ London, 1847. 

The Owls in Witenagemote ; a fable for Currency Doctors, by one of them- 

selves. (Ath. Coll. vol. 225.) 8^ London, 1847. 

see Bank of England. 

On the Currency. — see also Drummond ; Hodgson; Nevile ; Ricardo; 


On the Monetary Crisis in 1847. — see Anderson ; Ashburton ; Aytoun ; Enderby ; 

Hubbard; Phipps; Whicker. 

D (J.)— see Trade. 

Dalmsnt (Lord). Address to the Middle Classes upon the subject of Gymnastic Exer- 
cises. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) S9 London, 1848. 

D ANSON (J. T.). Contributions towards an Investigation of the Changes in the Condition 
of the People from 1839 to 1847, and their connexion with the variations in the 
prices of food. (Ath. Coll. vol. 264.) 8^ Privately printed. London, 1848. 

Daubent (Charles). Remarks on the Correlation of the Natural Sdenoes. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 268.) 8® Oxford, 1848. 

Davknfobt (E. D.). How to improve the condition of the Labouring Classes. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 189.) S^ London, 1845. 

Dayib (Hewitt). Farming Essays. (Ath. Coll. vol. 277.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Dawis (Richard). Hints on an improved and self-paying system of National Education. 
(Ath. ColL vol. 207.) 8° London, 1847. 

Dat (William). Letter to Viscount Courtenay, chairman of the Andover Conmiittee. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 217.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

Dbaltbt (W.). On the importance of caution in the use of certain &miliar Words, a 
Charge. (Charges, vol. 7.) 8° London, 1843. 

Dkans (J. C). On the importance of encouraging the Irish Fisheries. (Ath. Coll. 
voL 212.) B9 (London), 1847. 

DsANB (James Parker). Considerations on the exercise of Private Judgment in matters 
connected with the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church. (Tract. Cont. vol. 18.) 
8^ London, 1845. 

DlBEETHAM (John). Tractatus de Magis et BethlehemsB Stella, et Christi in deserto 
tentatione et de Dsemoniorum Mysteris explicatio (in English). (Misc. ColL vol. 12.) 
8<> (Not printed for sale.) Chelsea, 1845. 

A New Theory of the Tides, shewing that the Full Moon is not the cause of a 

Spring Tide but the cause of the Neaps. (Ath. Coll. vol. 238.) 8° Chelsea, 1846. 

Dboobativs-Abt Sooistt — Abstracts of Papers and Transactions, from 1844 to 1846. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 239.) B9 London, 1847. 

204 TRACTS. 

OONVO0ATION--<C0n<»«tl«i) .• — 

see also under Baptism. 

Right of Clergy to at in. — see Thorp (R.) 

On Revival of. — see Trower. 

Cooks (William Robert). Peace Act, dedicated with profound devotion to God, and 
with respect to Man. (Ath. Coll. vol. 216.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Cooper (John). A New Whip for an Old Treasurer, for keeping his Neighbour (that 
was) in prison one year and a quarter, for speaking the truui, and detaining his 
money, and there suffers him to lye. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 16.) 4P London, 1667. 

CoFLESTON (Edward) Bp. of Llandaff. Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, 
vol. 6.) 8® London, 1846. 

Copper Trade — A brief Essay on the Copper and Brass Manufiustures of England, 
relative to the present Delate in the House of Commons. (Gibbon Coll. voL 20.) 
4P London, 1712. 

The State of the Copper and Brass Manufactures in Great Britain, humbly 

offered to the consideration of Parliament (Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4^ London, 

Corn Laws — Address on the Com Laws, by a Protectionist. (Ath. Coll. voL 236.) 8^ 
London, 1846. 

Sir Robert Peel and the Com Law Crisis. (Alh. Coll. vol. 286.) 8° London, 

see King (Lord) ; Nevile ; Ricardo. 

On the Repeal of. — see Gladstone. 

CoTTERELL (le Sieur), Capitaine des Yaisseaux de la Compagnie des Indes. Memoire 
centre la Compagnie des Indes. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 6.) 4^ (Paris, 1767.) 

Coi!TRELL (Charles Herbert). Religious Movements of Germany in the Nineteenth 
Century. (Ath. Coll. vol. 291.) 8<> London, 1849. 

CouKCiLS — Authority of General Councils. — see Jenkin. 

CovENAinrERfi (The Scotch) — Generall Demands concerning the late Covenant^ pro- 
pounded by the Ministers and Professors of Divinitie in Aberdene [with a Pre&toe 
by James, Marquess of Hamilton, the High Conmiissioner for the introduction of 
the Service Book into Scotland]. (Scarce Tracts.) 4<^ Edinburgh, 1638. 

[Coventry (Sir William)]. England's Appeal from the Private Cabal at Whitehall to 
the Great Council of the Nation in Parliament assembled. (Gibbon Coll. voL 16.) 
4P London, 1678. 

CowiE (Morgan). Letter to the Duke of Buccleuch on the Education at Putney Col- 
lege. (Ath. Coll. vol. 288.) 8^ London, (1849). 

Cox (W. Hayward). The Propositions attributed by the " Presbyter" of the " Times" 
to Dr. Hampden, concerning the Trinity and Atonement, compared with the Text 
of the Bampton Lectures. (Ath. Coll. vol. 246.) 8^ Oxford, 1847. 

CoxwoRTHT (Franklin). The Potato Disease and Bad YentiUtion. (Ath. OolL vol. 
210.) 8° London, 1847. 

Crawpurd (John). Vital Statistics of a district in Java, with Remarks on the Dutch 
Possessions in the East by Colonel W. H. Sykes. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1848. 

Creation (The) — On the Present, Past, and Future, with regard to the Creation. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 261.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

Crime, Statistics of. — see Neison. 

Crolt (George). In£eint Regeneration, the Doctrine of Holy Scripture and of the 
Church of England, a Sermon. (Ath. Coll. vol. 294.) 12^ London, 1860. 

Croll (Alexander Angus). On the Constraotion and Use of Gas Meters. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 201.) 8® London, 1845. 

CROeorEiLD (Robert). Troth Brought to light ; or the corrupt Practioee of some per- 
sons at Court laid open. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 16.) 4^ London, 1694. 

Justice perverted and Innocence and Loyalty oppressed ; or a detection of the 

corruptions of some persons in places of great trust. (Gibbon Coll. voL 14.) 4^ 
London, 1696. 

The Government Unhinged ; or an Account of the many great encroachments 

made upon the Liberty of the People. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 14.) 4^ London, 1703. 

TRACTS. 206 

Crown Inn — Postscript to John Bull, contMning the History of the Crown Inn, with 
the death of the Widow [Queen Anne]. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8® London, (1714). 

Continuation of the History of the Crown Inn ; with characters of the late 

Servants, and the proceedings of the Trustees to the coming of the New Landlord 
[George I.]. Part 2. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) S^ London, (1714). 

Farther Continuation of the History of the Crown Inn. Part 3, containing the 

present state of the Inn, &c. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8° London, (1714). 

— — The Fourth and last Part of the History of the Crown Inn, with the character 
of John Bull, and other Novels. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) S^ London, (1714). 

[These tracts were published as a continuation of Arbuthnot's History of John 
Bull, but they are by an inferior hand.] 

Cumberland (Richard). Character of the late Lord Viscount Sackville. 8^ London, 

CusRENCT AND BANKING — Corporation Credit, or a Bank of Credit made currant by 
common Consent in London. (Qibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4^ London, 1682. 

England's Interest ; or the great benefit to Trade by Banks of Credit in Lon- 
. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4° London, 1782. 

Examination of the Currency Question, and of the Project for altering the 

Standard of Value. (Tracts. S. vol. 6.) 8^ London, 1830. 

Suggestions for a Domestic Currency on philosophic and unerring prindples. 


(Ath. CSU. vol. 225.) 8° London, 1847. 

The Owls in Witenagemote ; a fable for Currency Doctors, by one of them* 

selves. (Ath. Coll. vol. 225.) 8^^ London, 1847. 
see Bank of England. 

On the Currency. — see also Drummond; Hodgson; Nevile ; lUcardo; 


On the MonetaryCrisis in 1847. — see Anderson ; Ashburton ; Aytoun ; Enderby ; 

Hubbard; Phipps; Whicker. 

D (J.)— see Trade. 

Dalmsnt (Lord). Address to the Middle Classes upon the subject of Gymnastic Exer- 
cises. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) B9 London, 1848. 

Danbon (J. T.). Contributions towards an Investigation of the Chanffes in the Condition 
of the People from 1839 to 1847, and their connexion with the variations in the 
prices of food. (Ath. Coll. vol. 264.) 8^ Privately printed. London, 1848. 

Daxtbent (Charles). Remarks on the Correlation of the Natural Sciences. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 268.) 8® Oxford, 1848. 

Davenfobt (E. D.). How to improve the condition of the Labouring Classes. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 189.) 89 London, 1845. 

Dayib (Hewitt). Fanning Essays. (Ath. Coll. vol. 277.) 8° London, 1848. 

Daweb (Richard). Hints on an improved and self-paying system of National Education, 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 207.) 8«> London, 1847. 

Day (William). Letter to Viscount Courtenay, chairman of the Andover Committee. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 217.) 8° London, 1847. 

Dbai/tbt (W.). On the importance of caution in the use of certain &miliar Words, a 
Charge. (Charges, vol. 7.) 8° London, 1843. 

Dbanb (J. C). On the importance of encouraging the Irish Fisheries. (Ath. OoU. 
ToL 212.) 8° (London), 1847. 

Deans (James Parker). Considerations on the exercise of Private Judgment in matters 
connected with the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church. (Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) 
89 London, 1845. 

Debenham (John). Tractatus de Magis et Bethlehemie Stella, et Christi in deserto 
tentatione et de Daemoniorum Mysteris explicatio (in English). (Misc. Coll. vol. 12.) 
8^ (Not printed for sale.) Chelsea, 1845. 

A New Theory of the Tides, shewing that the Full Moon is not the cause of a 

Spring Tide but the cause of the Neaps. (Ath. Coll. vol. 238.) 8^ Chelsea, 1846. 

Deoobativb-Abt Societt — ^Abstracts of Papers and Transactions, from 1844 to 1846. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 239.) 8^ London, 1847. ^ 

206 TRACTS. 

Db Fob Paniel). The Tnie Bom WngliBhman, a B^tyr, (Gibbon Coll. vol. 12.)- 4^ 
London, 1700. 

The True Bom Englishman^ a Satyr, with an explanatory preface. 4^ (Lon- 
don), 1701. 

A Hymn to Victory. 4° London, 1704. 

The Secret History of the White-Staff [Harley, Earl of Oxford], being an 

account of affiurs under some late Ministers, and what might have happened Sher 
Majesty had not died. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8^ London, 1714. 

— - [Beply]. Detection of the Sophistry and Falsities of the Secret History of the 
"White Staff.' 

(TVacts S. vol. 8.) 8° London, 1714. 
see also Dunton. 

Db la Pbtmb (Charles). The Roman Embassy : Letter to Viscount Palmerston. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 221.) 8° London, 1847. 

[DXLLON (S.)]. Histoiy of the Inquisition at Goa. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1688. 

Delpit (Martial). Notice historique sur lEcole Royale des Chartes. (lOso. Coll. 
vol. 12.) B9 Paris, 1889. 

Db Morgan (Sir Augustus). Statement in answer to an assertion made by & 
William Hamilton. (Ath. Coll. vol. 237.) BP London, 1847. 

Dbbiboh (Edward), Bishop of Salisbury. Change delivered to the Clergy of his Diocese. 
(Charges, vol. 6.) S^ London, 1845. 

Dbnibok (Geoige Anthonv). Church Schools and State Literfiorenoe : Letter to W. £. 
Gladstone. (Ath. Coll. vol. 204.) BP London, 1847. 

The Church of England and the Committee of Coundl on Education, a Letter 

to the Bishop of Bath and Wells. (Ath. Coll. vol. 250.) 8^ London, 1849. 

The Warning of the Church of England, a Sermon. (Ath. ColL vol. 295.) 8^ 

London, 1850. 

Dknman (Lord). Letter to Lord Brougham on the final extinction of the Slave TVade. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 262.) 8<^ London, 1848. 

second edition. (Ath. Coll. vol. 262.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Second Letter, with Remarks on a late narrative of the Niger Expedition in 

1841. (Ath. CoU. vol. 262.) B9 London, 1849. 
see Evans v. Lawson. 

Dbnmak (Hon. Capt.). West India Interests, African Emigration, and Slave Trade. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 262.) 89 London, 1848. 

Dbnmabk — Thb Schleswig and Holbtein Question : 

De la Succession dans la Monarchie Danoise, consid^r^ principalement sous le 

point de vue du Droit Public. (Ath. Coll. vol. 280.) B9 Paris, 1847. 

De rinsurrection dans les Duch6s de Slesvig et de Holstein, et de la oonduite 

de la Prusse H T^ard du Danemark, traduit de I'Allemand par Louis de Bouill^. 
(Ath. ColL vol. 280.) BP Paris, 1848. 

Considerations sur la question du Slesvig, et sur Tesprit envahissant des Allo- 

mands. (Ath. CoU. vol. 280.) 8^ Paris, 1848. 

Griefe des Danois centre I'Agression Allemande, public par une reunion de 

Danois. (Misc. Coll. vol. 8.) 4^ Copenhague, 1848. 

Le Danemark et la Conf6d6ration Germanique, [par H. Desprez], " Extrait de 

U Revue des Deux Mondes." (Misc. Coll. vol. 14.) royal 8^^ 1848. 

A qui les torts dans la Guerre entre le Danemark et TAlleniagne ! (Ath. ColL 

voL 279.) S9 Paris, 1849. 

Ein Wort des Rechts und der Yerst&ndigung in der Sch]eswig*8chen Frage. (Ath. 

ColL voL 279.) 8^ Mainz, 1849. 

On Nationality and Language in the Duchy of Sleswick or Soutii Jutland. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 279.) 8® Copenhagen, 1848. 

The Danish Question : Letters to the Editor of the Times, by a Dane. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 280.) 8° Paris, 1848. 

England and Denmark : Speech of DisraeU on the Danish Question. (Ath, 

CoU. vol. 280.) S^ London, 1848. 

TRACTS. 207 

DoncASK— Thi Sghisswio and Holbteik Qubstion, (emHnutd):— 

see also Borring ; Bunsen ; Molbech ; Ren4 de Bouill6 ; Wegener. 

GanuitieB Anglo-Fr. pour le I>uch6 de Slesvic. — see Leverkus ; Thomsen. 

Dent (Edward J.). Treatise on the Aneroid, a newly-inyented portable Barometer. (Ath. 
GoIL Yol. 268.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Dkvon (Earl of). Letter from an Irish Proprietor to the Ministers of Religion of the 
district. (Ath. CoU. vol. 213.) 89 London, 1847. 

DlLL¥rrN (L. W.). Some Account of a Lusus of the Hybrid Cytisus Adami in the 
Shmbbeiy at Sketty Hall, (with an Illustration). (Misc. CoU. vol. 12.) 8^ 1845. 

DUBBNT — Letter showing the impossibility of Sectarian " Pastors" being called of God, 
by a Lay-Member of the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 220.) 8^ Lon£>n, 1846. 

'' DiBeoENTEBS' Chapels Bill" — Statement of the Question between Unitarians and 
orthodox Presbyterians in Ireland, respecting Trust Property. (Ath. CoU. yoL 202.) 
89 London, 1844. 

see Clarke. 

DoDSWOBTH (William). Baptism, Regeneration, and the Kingdom of God. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 800.) 129 London, 1849. 

A Letter to the Rev. £. B. Pusey on the position which he has taken in the 

present Crisis. (Ath. ColL vol. 300.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Holy Baptism, the Grafting into our risen Lord, an Easter Sermon for 1B50. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 300.) 129 London, 1850. 

The Goiham Case briefly considered, in reference to the Judgment which has 

been given, and to the Jurisdiction of the Court. (Ath. CoU. vol. 300.) 8^ London, 

A House divided against itself a Sermon with reference to the recent judgment 

S'ven in the case of Gorham v. the Bishop of Exeter. (Ath. Coll. vol. 300.) 8^ 
mdon, 1850. 

The Things of CsBsar and the Things of God, a Discourse with especial reference 

to the claim of the State to exercise power over the Church in decisions of Doctrine. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 294 and 300.) 89 London, 1850. 

Dogs — Legal Protection of Dogs from the increasing evU of Dog Stealers and Receivers. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 203.) 8<> London, 1845. 

DoBT (Synod of) — The Judgment of the Synode holden at Dort, concerning the Five 
Articles, and also their Sentence touching Conradus Vorstius. (Gibbon. ColL 
voL 12.) 4<> London, 1619. 

Douglas (John). Life and Property in Ireland assured as in England by a Poor-Rate 
on Land. (Ath. CoU. vol. 211.) 8® London, 1846. 

Dovi (Heniy). Sermon before the House of Commons, Nov. 5, 1680. (Cath. Oont. 
voL 9.) 4<* London, 1680. 

Draiitagb. — see EUerman ; Mecbi. 

Drake (Dr.). An Essay concerning the Necessity of Equal Taxes, and the dangerous 
consequences of the Encouragement of Usuiy. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 14.) 4^ London. 

Drake (WiUiam). " What shaU we do unto the ChUd that shaU be bom," a Sermon. 
(Ath. CoU. voL 295.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Dbutit (Robert). A Popular Tract on Church Music, with Remarks on its Moral and 
PoUtical Importance, and a practical scheme for its Reformation. (Tract. Cent. 
voL 16.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Dbummond (Henry). Letter on the Payment of the Roman CathoUc Clenry. (Ath. 
CoU. voL 202.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Elementary Propositions on Currency. (Ath. CoU. vol. 264.) 8** London, 1848. 

Remarks on Dr. Wiseman's Sermon on the Gorham Case. (Ath. CoU. vol. 298.) 

89 London, 1850. 

Dbtden (John). The Vindication : or the Parallel of the French Holy League and the 
English League and Covenant turned into a seditious libel against the £ng and his 
Royal Highness, by Thomas Hunt, and the authors of the reflections upon the pre- 
tended Parallel in the play of the Duke of Guiso. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4° 
London, 1683. 

Dublin — Report on the Dublin Improvement Bill, by A. Hayward and C. P. BnuviniF- 
ton. (Ath. CoU. vol. 215.) 8^ London, 1847. 

208 TEACTS. 

DUFFSRTN (Lord), and the Hon. G. F. Botle. Narrative of a Jonmey from Oxford to 
Skibbereen during the Irish Famine. (Ath. Coll. vol. 210.) 8<* Oxford, 1847. 

DuFTOK (John). National Education, what it is, and what it should be. (Ath. GolL 
vol. 204.) 8° London, 1847. 

The Prison and the School, a Letter to Lord J. Russell. (Ath« OoU. voL 249.) 

8^ London, 1848. 

DuouEBT (Henry). Speech in the House of Commons in Ireland, 22nd January, 1795, 
on proposing an amendment to the Address to the King. (Union Coll. Speeches.) 
8° Dublin, 1796. 

DuiOENAN (Patrick). Fiur representation of the present political State of Ireland, in a 
course of Strictures on Two Pamphlets. (Umon Coll. voL 12.) 8^ London, 1799. 

Observations on, see Flood ; Lattin. 

Duin>ONALD (Earl of). Observations on Naval Affiiirs, with Instances of Injustice to 
the Author, and Summary of his Naval Service. (Ath. Coll. voL 218.) 89 Lon- 
don, 1847. 

[DuNTON (John)]. The Sacheverellite Plot, or the Church's Real Danger detected. 
(Gibbon ColL vol. 10.) 4© London, 1714. 

The Impeachment, or Great Britain's char;^ against the present M[mufr]]r. 

Roger Bold, [alias Cash], the L— — C ^ly, and Dr. S[achevere]Q, etc., dedicated 

to the Duke of Marlborough. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 10.) 4^ London, 1714. 

Queen Robin, or the Second Part of Neck or Nothing, detecting the secret 

reign of the four last years, [Reply to Defoe's Secret History of the White SItafF]. 
(Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8® London, (1714). 

DuBHAX Cathedral — Proposed Painted Windows in the Nine Altars Chapel : Statement 
of the Majority of the Committee. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 8^ Durham, 1848. 

DwABBis (Sir Fortunatus). Railway Results, or the Gauge deliverance : a dramatic 
sketch. (Ath. Coll. voL 231.) 8^ London, 1845. 

East Indies. — see India. 

Eabtlake (Charles Lock). The National Gallery; on the unfitness of the present 
Building for its purpose. (Ath. Coll. voL 201.) 8^ London, 1845. 

jBiOOLBSiABTiCAL CouBTS, the State of, delineated, with Remarks on the Resolutions of 
the Committee appointed by Parliament for their Inspection and Reformation. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 28.) 4<^ London. 1733. 

EoOKOMT (Physical). — see Clarke. 

^MUNDS (Flavell). Etymology of Names of Places in Herefordshire. (Ath. OolL voL 
269.) 120 Hereford, 1849. 

Eduoatiok — Education ; a Lecture at the Witham Literary Institution. (Ath. OolL 
vol. 207.) 8° London, 1845. 

Letter to Sir Robert Peel on the Education of the Middle Classes. (Ath. OolL 

vol. 188.) 8^ London, 1845. 

— (Univebsitt^. Letter on the proposed alterations to the Academical System of 
I , Education, by a Member of the Senate. (Ath. Coll. vol. 249.) 8^ (Oxford), 

Thoughts on Academical Education, ecclesiastical and secular, as regards the 

Catholic Religion in Ireland, by a Catholic Priest. (Ath. ColL vol. 188.) 8^ 
Dublin, 1845. ^ 

University Education. — see also Adand; Blakesley ; Linwood; Oxford; West- 

minster School ; Wratislaw ; Wyatt. 

in Ireland. — see Todd ; Wyse ; Maynooth Grant. 

— (National^. Metropolis Schools for the Poor : Letter to the Bishop of London 
by Richard Burgess, and his Lordship's Answer. (Ath. Coll. vol. 206.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1846. 

The School in its relations to the State, the Church, and the Congregation. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 204.) 8° London, 1847. 

The Late Struggle for Freedom of Education ; a record of facts by the Congre* 

gational Board of Education. (Ath. CoU. vol. 206.) 8^ London. 

TRACTS. 209 

Education (National) — (conHnued) : — 

Letter to the Abp. of Canterbury on the Differences between the Commit- 
tee of ConnoU and the National Society, by a Rural Dean. (Ath. ColL toI. 250.) 
8^ London, 1848. 

The Government Scheme, &c. — see Baines, Bennett, Blunt, Brougham, Bur* 

S!88, Clarke, Dawes, Denison, Dufton, Hamilton, Harness, Hook, Irons, Kxje, 
orris, Pearson, Surtees, Swaine, Trower, Vaughan, Watson. 

applied to Scotland. — see Gordon ; Melgund. 

Ireland.— see Hope; Taylor. 

Legal. — see Evans ; Law. 

Secular. — see Combe. 

Female.— rsee Queen's College. 

at Putney College. — see Cowie. 

in Wales. — see Jones; Williams. 

Popish, in England. — see National Club. 

Ragged Schools. — see Ghithrie ; Proctor. 

Edwards (Edward). Remarks on the paucity of Public librari^ in the British 
Empire, with a Statistical View of the Public Libraries in Europe. (Privately 
printed.) (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 8° London, 1849. 

Egan (Henry William). Holy Baptism, and its Analogy with the Resurrection of 
our Lord Jesus Christ, two Sermons. (Ath. Coll. voL 294.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Electbicitt and Magnetism, Errors in. — see Chemistry. 

as auxiliaries to Medicine. — see Wright. 

Ellerkan (Charles F.). Sanitary Reform and Agricidtural Improvement. Letter 1 : 
Drainage, Sewerage, Urinaria, and Cloaca. (Ath. Coll. vol. 258.) 8^ London, 

[Eluot (J. L.)]. Letter to the Electors of Westminster, from a Conservative. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 216.) 8° London, 1847. 

[ ]. Letter to the Electors of Westminster, from a Protectionist. (Ath. CoU. 

vol. 270.] 8° London, 1848. 

Elliotson (Dr.). Cure of a true Cancer of the Female Breast with Mesmerism, with 
Remarks by Dr. Engledue. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Elliott's Hone Apocalypticse. — see Arnold. 

Emigration — Emigration and superabundant Population considered in a Letter to 
Lord Ashley, by Amicus PopuH. (Ath. Coll. vol. 266.) 8° London, 1848. 

The Disease and the Remedy, or Parochial and National Emigration vemu 

Pauperism. (Ath. Coll. vol. 266.) 8° London, 1849. 

see Australia. 

see Chisholm. 

British and American Company. — see Hoffman. 

African. — see Denman. 

Steam Communication as promoting. — see Jemingham. 

Enderbt (Charles). Our Money Laws the cause of the National Distress. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 225.) 8° London, 1847. 

• Proposal for re-establishing the British Southern Whale Fishery by a chartered 

Company. (Ath. Coll. vol. 227.) 8° London, 1847. 

England: — 

Roman and Celtic origin of. — see Vandeleur. 

The Government of. — see Smith (Sir T.) 

. Title of the Kings of, to the Crown of France. — see Staveley. 


see under Civil War, 1642-9. 

A Declaration of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England relating to 

the Affairs between this Commonw^th and the States General of the Low Coun- 
treys. (Gibbon Coll. voL 15.) 4^ London, 1652. 


210 » TRACTS. 

England — Contemfobabt Works illustrative of DimBBasr Periods of m Esaaosr, 

(continued) : — 

• Vox Plebis : 


[)i8 ; or the Voice of the oppressed Commons of Enghmd mgainst their 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4® (London), Printed in the Yeer 1658. 

Be Merry and Wise ; or a Seasonable Word to the Nation, showing the Cause, 

the Growth, the State, and the Cure of our present distempers. (Gibbon Coll. 
vol. 15.) 4® London, 1660. 

England's Great Happiness ; or a Dialogue between Content and Complaint. 

(Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4<5 London, 1677. 

The Present Interest of England ; or a Confutation of the Whiggish Conspira- 

tours, Anti-Monyan Principle, etc., by [N. N.] (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4*^ Lon- 
don, 1683. 
see under Revolution of 1688. 

Britannia Nova ; or a Seasonable Discourse, showing how we may serve our 

King and Coimtry. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4^ London, 1698. 

A Letter to a Gentleman elected a Knight of the Shire to serve in the present 

Parliament, ["after the death of Queen Mary, to regulate y* abuses in the Pro- 
ceedings with y* Allies, Ac."] (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4° London. 

A Letter to a New Member of the ensuing Parliament. (Gibbon. ColL vol. 10.) 

4<> London, 1701. 

Letter to a Member of the House of Commons touching the Rise of all the 

Imbezzlements and Mismanagements of the Kingdom's Treasure, from the Rev(^- 
tion to this Present Parliament. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4^ Amsterdam, 1710. 

Ahab's Evil ; a funeral Discourse on a late occasion [the Death of Queen Anne]. 

(Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8° London, 1714. 

Advice to the People of Great Britain, with respect to— 1. What they ought to 

expect from the King; 2. How they ought to behave to him. (Tracts S. voL 8.) 
8° London, 1714. 

Inquiry into the Miscarriages of the four last years' Reig^n. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 

S^ London, 1714. 

see also Crown Inn ; Defoe ; Dunton. 

State of the Nation. The State of the Nation at the Commencement of the 

Year 1822. (Tracts S. vol. 6.) 8° London, 1822. 

A Few Plain Words to the Electors of the Middle Classes on the Political Divi- 

sions and Social Prospects of the Country, by a Liberal. (Ath. Coll. vol. 216.) 8^ 
London, 1847. 
see also Parliament ; Trade. 

Enoledue (W. C). Narrative of the Proceedings on the Appointment of the Medical 
Officers to the Portsmouth, Portsea, and Gosport Hospital. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) 
8° Portsea, (1849). 

see Elliotson. 

Entwislb (William). Government Railways. (Ath. Coll. vol. 280.) 8** London, 1847. 

Episoopact— Letter to Lord John Russell on Bishops. (Ath. Coll. vol. 220.) 8® 
London, 1846. # 

Eeswicke (John). A briefe note of the Benefits that grow to this Realm by the 
Observation of Fish-Dayes. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 18.) 4° London, 1642. 

Ether — Inhalation of, in Surgical Operations. — see Robinson. 

see also Chloroform. 

Ethnological Society — Address at the Anniversary Meeting by Richard King, M.D. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 199.) 8° London, 1844. 

Evans (William D.). The Progress of Legal Education. (Ath. Coll. voL 249.) 8® 
London, 1848. 

Evans versus Lawson — The Nelson Sword v. Lord Denman's Law ; being Illustrationa 
of the summing-up of the Judge, the shrewdness of Counsel, the triumph of the 
"Times," Ac. (Ath. CoU. vol. 275,) 8^ London, 1848. 

Excise — Excise Anatomized, and Trade epitomised, by Z. G. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 22.) 
4° London, [1647]. 

- A Discourse by way of Essi^ towards the raising Moneys by an Excise, by 
. C. " Printed for the Author" [Walter Caiy ?] (Gibbon Coil. voL 22.) 4° Lon- 


don, 1696. 

TEACTS. 211 

Excrsi— An Impartial Aoooant of lome late TVangaotions in the Office of Excise. (GKb- 
bon Coll. vol. 14.) 4® London, 1706. 

Remarks on the Frauds and Abuses of the Brewery, touching the Excise 

Revenue. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 14.) 4® London, 1707. 
Treatise on. — see London (City Alarum). 

ExooMMUNiGATiON — The Case and Cure of Persons excommunicated according to the 
present Law of England. Printed for J. R., [probably John Rawlet.] (Gibbon 
CoU. vol. 28.) 4° London, 1682. 

see BakewelL 

P. (R.)— see Trade. 

Falooneb (Thomas). The Oregon Question, a Statement of the British Claims. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 234.) 8° London, 1846. 

Falkland (Charles, Viscount). Considerations on the competency of the Pariiament 
of Ireland* to accede to an Union with Great Britain. (Union Coll. vol. 11.) 8^ 
London, 1799. 

Falkland (Lucius Caiy, Viscount), on In&llibility. — see ELammond. 

Fane (C). Letter to Lord Cottenham on the present position of the Commissioneni of 
the Court of Bankruptcy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 240.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Farmtno — see Agriculture. 

Faudel (Henry). A few words on the Jewish Disabilities, addressed to Sir R. H. Inglis. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 244.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Fauntlkbot (Thomas). Lux in Tenebris, a Clavis to the Treasury in Broad Street. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 22.) 4<^ London, 1654. 

Fkatlet (Daniel) — The Gentle Lash, or the Vindication of Dr. Featlejr, a knowne 
Champion of the Protestant ReUgion, with the said Doctor his B£vnifesto and 
Chalenge. (CivU War Tracts.) 4^ Oxfoitl, 1644. 

Feudal System. — see Barry. 

Fk&n (Dr. H.). The Resolving of Conscience upon this Question — whether, if the Ring 
will not discharge his trust, kc,, Subjects may take arms and resist. (Civil War 
Tracts.) 4^ London, 1642. 

[RepHes]. An answer to mis-led Dr. Feame according to his own method. 

(Civil War Tracts.) 4«> London, 1642. 

A fiiUer answer to a Treatise vrritten by Dr. Feame, entituled " The Resolving 

of Conscience, &c." (Civil War Tracts.) 49 London, 1642. 

Fedquisres — [Critique extraite du Moniteur surles] "Lettres in6dites desFeuquidres." 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 237.) 8° Paris, 1846. 

FiENNES (Col. Nathaniel) — ^A Checke to Britannicus for his palpable Flattery and Pre- 
varication in justifying condemned Nat. Fiennes, for the vindication of his traduced 
Judges, Prosecutors, &c. (CivU War Tracts.) 4^ London, 1644. 

Finance. — see National Debt ; Taxation. 

on the Public Debts. — see Barbier. 

The Importance of PubUc Credit. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 22.) 49 London, 1699. 

Practical Financial Reform^ (Ath. CoU. vol. 278.) 8° London, 1849. 

Financial Reform Tracts, pubUshed by the Financial Reform Association. 

Nos. 1 to 18. 8° (1848-9.) 

see also Macgregor ; Newman. 

France — ^Etat G6n4ral des Dettes de I'Etat H la mort du feu Roy Louis xiv.. 

ler Sept. 1716. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 7.) 4° Paris, 1720. 

— Lettres sur le nouveau Systdme dee Finances. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 7.) 4^ 

Paris, 1720. 

-- Nouveau Projet d'une TaUle r6eUe pour Tint^r^t de I'Etat. (Gibbon ColL 

vol.7.) 4° Paris, 1720? 

— liste Generale de MM. les Sou-fenniers. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 7.) 4^ Paris, 


Lettre d*un Banquier ik son Correspondant de Province. (Gibbon ColL 

vol. 7.) 4° Paris, 1769. 

»18 TRACTS. 

FiKAKOly (Fbavob)— R^ponae d'un Oorrespondant k son Banquier. (Qibbon OoU. yoL 7.) 
40 Paris, 1769. 

see also Auber ; Samt-Pierre. 

FiBMiN (Thomas). Some Propotials for the employment of the Poor, and the prevention 
of Idleness and Begging. (Gibbon GoU. vol. 21.) 4^ London, 1681. 

FIBHEBIX8 (British) — IxOvoOtipa ; or the Royal Trade of Fishing, disoorering the ineeti' 
mable Profit ihe Hollanders have made thereof (GKbbon ColL voL 18.) 4^ 
London, 1662. 

Proposal for granting Annuities to raise a Stock for improving the Fiaheiy of 

Great Britain. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4^ London, 1713. 

see also Collins ; Erswicke ; Gentleman ; Jenner ; Smith (Simon). 

British S. Whale Fishery. — see Enderby. 

On encouraging the Irish Fisheries. — see Deane. 

FrrzOERALO (James Edward). Letter to the Noblemen, Gentlemen, and Merdianta of 
England [on the Irish Famine.] (Ath. Coll. vol. 211.) S^ London, 1846. 

Fttzokrald (Lord William). Suggestions for the better Government of Ireland. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 211.) 8° London, 1846. 

FiTZ Habbib (Edward) — His Tryal and Condemnation for Hi^h Treason, Thursday, 9th 
June, 1681, as also the Tryal and condemnation of Dr. Oliver Plunket. (TraotB on 
the Popish Plot.) fol. London, 1681. 

FiTZBOT (Robert). Remarks on New Zealand. (Ath. Coll. vol. 228.) 8° London, 

Flax — Tracts on the Cultivation of. — see Hill ; Sproule ; Wames. 

[Fleetwood (William) Bp. of Ely]. Account of the Life and Death of the Blessed 
Vix^gin according to Romish Writers, with the Grounds of the Worship paid to her. 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 13.) 49 London, 1687. 

Flood (Peter). Letter to the Hon. * * * * * *, M.P., relative to a pamphlet, entitled 
A fiftir Representation of the present Political State of Ireland, by ratnok Duigenan. 
(Union CoU. vol. 12.) 8*» DubUn, 1800. 

Food Question — Letter to Lord John Russell on Increasing the Supply of Food. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 226.) S^ London, 1847. 

see Danson. 

FoBBBS (James D.). On the Theory and Construction of a Seismometer, or instrument 
for measuring Earthquake Shocks and other Concussions. (Misc. Coll. voL 8.) 4° 
Edinburgh, 1841. 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth Letters on Glaciers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 8** 

Edinburgh, 1847-9. 

FoBBES (John). Mesmerism true — Mesmerism false : Examination of the facts, daims, 
and pretensions of Animal Magnetism. (Ath. Coll. vol. 198.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Critical Examination of Sir James Gbaham's Bill, with practical views of the 

Medical Profession. (Ath. Coll. vol. 198.) S^ London, 1846. 

FoBBES (William). Considerations on the Scottish Poor-Law Question. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 187.) S^ Edmbui^h, 1846. 

F0BE8TBB (Orlando). A few words on the Hampden Controveny. (Ath. ColL voL 246.) 
8° London, 1847. 

F0BBE8TEB (Joseph James). Observations on the attempts to reform the abuses in 
Portugal in making Port Wine. (Ath. CoU. vol. 189.) 8° London, 1846. 

FOBTESOUE (Chichester). Christian Profession not the test of Citizenship, an Essay for 
the Day. (Ath. Coll. vol. 291.) 8° London, 1849. 

F06TEB (John), Speaker of the House of Commons of Ireland — Observations on his 
Speech, ddivered April 11, 1799, by a Gentleman at the Bar. (Union ColL 
Speeches.) 8° London, 1799. 

Foulebton (Robert). Description and Uses of the Ship Manoeuvrer, bv which a Ship's 
Head may be directed at all times to any point required. (Ath. CoU. voL 190.) 8® 
London, 1846. 

Letter to the Lords of the Admiralty on the Ship Manceuvrer. (Ath. ColL 

voL 218.) 8° London, 1846. 

FoxTBNAUX (l*Abb6 de). Lettre ik Madame la Duchesse de Lorraine but la Mort de 
Monseigneur le Due d'Orleans. (Gibbon CoU. voL 4.) 4^ Puris, au F^aisi, 1728. 

TRACTS. 218 


TOBT OF France : 

The Apologie of the Reformed Churchea of France, wherein are expressed the 

Reasons why they have joyned their armies to those of the King of Great Brittaine, 
(translated by John Reynolds). (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ London, 1628. 

Christianissimus Christianandus ; or, Reason for the Reduction of France 

to a more Christian State in Europe. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 16.) 4^ London, 

PopeiT and Tyranny; or the Present State of France in relation to its Ck>y6m- 

ment, Trade, &c. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 16.) 4<^ London, 1679. 

The French Politician found out ; or Considerations on the late Pretensions 

that France claims to England and Ireland, kc. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 16.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1^0. 

The Present State of the Protestants in France, in three Letters. (Gibbon Coll. 

Tol. 10.) 40 London. 1681. 

Requdte de la Noblesse centre les fiiusses pr6tentions de Messieurs les Dues et 

Pairs — Memoire du Parlement de Paris au Due D'Orleans, Regent. (Manuscript.) 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 1.) 40 Paris. 

[The first is addressed "Au Roy," the second to the Regent, Orleans. An 
account of the subject to which these relate will be found in the " Mimoires de 
S. Simon," tome 13, pp. 346-351. See also Sismondi, " Hist, de France," 
tome 27.] 

Representation of the Parliament of Paris to the Regent of France, relating to 

their difference with the Dukes and Peers of that Kingdom. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 
4^ London, I7I6. 

Bail pour la £fbbrique, et vente des Poudres, Salp^tres et Plomb, &c., qui se 

oonsomment dans tout le Royaume, fisdt H J. Deshayes pour neuf ann^es, 1700-1708. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 1.) i<> Paris, 1799. 

Memoire de ce que les Commis Inspecteurs, &c., doivent fiskire en explication 

des ordres pour la conservation de la Ferme-gen^rale des Poudres et Salpdtres de 
France. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 1.) 

Lettre du Roy escrite H Monseigneur le Cardinal de Noailles, Archevesque de 

Paris, pour &ire chanter le Te Deimi en action de graces de la Lev6e du Si^ de 
Landrecy. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 8.) 4<> Paris, 1712. 

ExpUcation de la decoration du Feu d* Artifice pour la Paix d*Utrecht, 25 Mai. 

(Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) i<^ Paris, 1713. 

Relation de I'Entr^e de Monsieur le Comte de Kinigsegg : Dimanche, 23 Oct. 

(Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 4° Paris, 1718. 

Explanation of the cause of the removal of the Prince de Cellamare, Ambas- 

sador from the Court of Spain, with his Letters, which were seized. (See Sismondi, 
" Hist, de France," tome 27.) (Gibbon CoU. vol. 5.) 4° Paris, 1718. 

Manifesto sur les sujets de Rupture entre la France et I'Espagne. (Gibbon Coll. 

vol. 6.) 40 Paris, 1719. 

Traits de Suspension d'Armes par Mer, entre le Roy, et le Roy de la G. 

Bretagne et le Roy d'Espagne. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 5.) 4^ Paris, 1720. 

Ordonnance du Roy pour la suspension d*armes par mer, entre sa Miyeste et le 

Roy d'Espagne. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 6.) 4° Paris, 1720. 

Mandement de son Eminence le Cardinal Louis Antoine de Nosdlles pour 

ordonner des Pridres au sujet des calamitez pubUques. (Gibbon CoU. voL 3.) 4^ 
Paris, 1720. 

Lettre Pastorale de Monsieur TEvdque de Sisteron au sujet de la Contagion. 

(Gibbon CoU. vol. 3.) 40 Paris, 1720. 

Description du Feu d' Artifice, &c., pour llieureuse arrivee de rinfimte Reine 

k Paris, Mars, 1722. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 4° Paris, 1722. 

Lettre de tons les bons Fran9ais H son Altesse S^renissime Monseigneur le Due. 

(Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 4<> Paris, 1724. 

Relation des Ceremonies observ6es H la reception des Commandeurs, etc., de 

I'ordre de S. Esprit, le 3 Juin, 1724. (Gibbon ColL vol. 4.) 4° Paris, 1724. 
Rdglement du Roi et instructions touchant rAdministration des Haras du 

Boyanme. (Gibbon CoU. voL 7.) 4o Paris, 1724 



TOBT OF Fbanoe, (continued): — 
Mabiaob db Louis xy. : — 

Mftndement du Cardinal de Rohan pour la cA^ration du Manage de aa 

Majesty, Sept. 10, 1725, avec la Prinoeme Marie. (Qibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 

— Relation dee Cer^moniee obeervSes k roocamon du Manage du Roi. ((Hbbon 

CoU. vol. 4.) 4° Paris, 1726. 

— Harangue £ute au Roy par TEvftque de Lu^on, Sept. 10, 1725. (Gibbon ColL 

vol. 4.) 

Harangue £ute H la Reine, 10 Sept. 1725, par TEvAque d'Angers. (Gibbon 

Coll. vol. 4.) 

Compliments faits au Roy et A la Reine au nom de rAcad^mie Fran9ai8e. 

(Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4<^ Paris, 1726. 

Relation des Fdtes donn^ A Rome par le Cardinal de Polignao, Nov. 1729, i 

I'oocasion de la naissance du Dauphin. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4^ Ftau, 1730. 

Harangue fiadte au Roy ik Yersailles le 17 Sept. 1730^par Monseigneur r£<veaque 

de Nismes pour la cloture de rAB8embl6e G^n^rale du Cleig6 de France. (Gibbon 
CoU. vol. 6.) 40 Paris, 1730. 

Proods-Yerbal de oe qui s'est paas^ au lit de Justice tenu par Le Roy aa Cha- 

teau de Versailles, Sept. 3, 1732. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 3.) 4^ Paris, 1782. 
Mandement de Monseigneur TArchevesque de Paris, que le Te Deum 

chants, pour les Benedictions que Dieu a repandu^to sur les Entreprises du Roi. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 3.) 4<> Paris, 1733. 

Ordonnance du Roy, portant declaration de Chierre centre rEmpereur. (Gibbon 

CoU. vol. 6.) 40 Paris, 1736. 

Declaration de Sa Majesty Trds Chretienne aux Electeors et Princes de I'E^ 

pire. (MS., Octobre, 1733.) " De I'Imprimerie Royal." (Gibbon CoU. vol. 6.) 
40 Paris, 1733. 

Mandement de Monseigneur TArchevesque de Paris, que le Te Deum sera 

chants pour la prise de Philisbourg. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 8.) 4^ Pftris, 1784. 

- — Mandement de Monseigneur rArchevesque de Paris, que le Te Deum sera 
cfaante pour la prise du Chateau de Milan. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 8.) 4^ Paris, 1784. 

Harangue fiute au Roi H Marly le 24 Fev. 1734, par Monseigneur I'Arche- 

vesque de Paris. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 3.) 4® Paris, 1734. 

Relation de la Victoire remportee sur les lmp6riaux dans le combat prds de 

Panne. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 4° Paris, 1734. 

Ordre et la Marche qui doivent s'observer A I'Entree de TAmbassadeur de 

rEmpereur dans la viUe de Paris, 21 Dec. 1738. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 

pour la publication de la Paix, 1 Juin, 1739. (Gibbon ColL voL 4.) 4^ 

Paris, 1739. 

qui doivent s'observer A TEntrce de Monseigneur Creecenty, Nonoe du 

Pape, 4 Juin. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 4^ Paris, 1741. 

Mandement de Monseigneur I'Archevesque de Paris qui ordonne de chanter le 

Te Deum dans son Diocdse pour la retabUssement de la Paix. (Gibbon CoU. voL 8.) 
4<> Paris, 1739. 

Mandement qui ordonne des Pridres publiques pour demander H Dieu un terns 

fiftvorable aux fruits de la Terre. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 8.) 4^ Paris, 1741. 

Explanation of the cause of the departure of the Toulon and Brest Fleet. 

" Cet imprime a ^te vendu sans 6tre cri£ vers le 13 Nov. 1740" — MS. note. (Gibbon 
CoU. vol. 4.) 40 Paris. 

Mandement qui ordonne que le Te Deum sera chants pour le retabliasement de 

\b, Sante du Roy. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 3.) 4° Paris, 1744. 

pour la prise de la ViUe de Tpres. (Gibbon CoU. voL 8.) 4^ Paris 


pour la prise de la VUle de Fribouig. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 8.) 4^ Pkris, 


Mandements, pour la Yictoire de Fontenoy, la prise de la CitadeUe d'Anvers, 

la Yictoire de Rocoux, la prise de Namur, Berg. Op Zoom, et Taooouchement de 
Madame la Dauphine, 1746-1760. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 8.) 40 Vtm, 1746-50. 

TBACTS. 216 


TORT OF FsANCE, {continued) : — 
Sur rEtabliasement d'un Bureau CEconomique. (Gibbon Coll. yoL 1.) Paris 1 


Relation du Passage du Po, et du combat donne le 10 Aout, 1746, sur le Tlden, 

et de la Victoire remportee par M. le Gomte de Saxe, Oct. 1746. (Qibbon Coll. 
vol 4.) 40 Paris, 1746. 

Relation du Combat Naval, 25th Oct. 1747. (MS.) (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 

Lettree d'un Ami H un Ami, ou Reponse H TEcrit des Etate-Gen^raux du Mois 

de Novembre. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4° Mayenoe, 1747. 

Lettre d'un Bourgeois de Dorth, H un Bourgeois de Rotterdam. (Gibbon Coll. 

vol. 4.) 40 Paris, 1747. 

[On the af&irs between Holland and France.] 

Route qui sera tenu dans la marche des Chars, 9 Fev. 1747, Jour du Mariage 

de M. le Dauphin avec la Princesse de Saxe. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4^ Paris, 1747. 
Declaration conmiuniquee par ordre de sa M. Tr^Chretienne aux Etats- 

G^n^raux des Provinces Unies. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 5.) 4^ Paris, 1747. 

Louis XV. Discours des Commissaires du Roy i I'Assemblee du Clerge du 

17 Aout, 1750. Extrait du Procds- Verbal de I'Assemblee, avec "Observations sur 
un Ecrit intitule Extrait du Proote-Verbal." (Gibbon ColL vol. 8.) i^ Paris, 1751. 

Monumens pr^eux de la Sagesse de nos Rois. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 8.) 

40 Paris, 1758. 

Mcmoire instructif pour I'arrangement des Archives et la confection des Ter- 

riers dresse par Tordre du Due d'Orleans, pour son Apanage, etc. (Gibbon Coll. 
vol. 7.) 40 Paris, 1755. 

Journal de oe qui s'est passe depuis Tarrivce des Troupes en Alsace jusques au 

24 Aout, 1744. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 4«> Francfort, 1764. 

Etudes sur I'ancienne Administration des Villes de France. (Misc. Coll. 

vol. 12.) royal 8<* 1842. 

see Paris. 

see Unigenitus. 

Les Fiefe de France. — see RobiUard. 

Finances. — see under Finance. 

see Treaties. 

On the Naval Force of. — see Joinville. 

— Rkvolution, 1848 : 

The Revolution in France, a Warning to the Aristocracy and Middle Classes of 

England. (Ath. CoU. vol. 271.) 8® London, 1848. 

Libertas Gallica, or Thoughts on the French Republic, by Manlius. [Privately 

printed.] (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 8® London, 1848. 

The Land for the Labourers, and the Fraternity of Nations ; a Scheme for a 

new Industrial System, publish^ in Paris, [translated and] edited by Thomas 
Cooper. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 8® London, 1848. 

A volume containing a selection of seventeen of the small temporary Pamphlets 

published on the politico-economic Questions to which the Revolution gave rise. 
IB9 Paris, 1848-9. 

see also Quinet. 

De la Dictature de Paris sur la France. — see Romand. 

Francia. — see Paraguay ; Plata. 

Frankfort on the Main, Statistics. — see Sykes. 

[Freeman (Samuel)]. ' Discourse concerning Invocation of Saints. (Cath. Cent. vol. 5.) 
4° London, 1684. 

Plain and ^miliar Discourse by way of Dialogue betwixt a Minister and his 

Parishioner concerning the Catholic Church. (Caui. Cont. vol. 2.) 4^ London, 

Free State of Noland, or the Frame and Constitution of that happy, noble, powerful, 
and glorious State, in which aU sorts and degrees of people find their condition 
bettered. (Cath. Cont. vol. 7.) 4^ London, 1701. 

216 TBACTS. 

Fresnkl. — see Moon (R.) 

FRiESLAim. — see Holland. 

FuRNiVALL (Thomas). Taxation revised and National Progreas. (Ath. GolL voL 286.) 
8<* London, 1847. 

G. (Z.)— see Excise. 

Gamb Laws — ^A Letter on the Game Laws. (Tracts S. vol. 7.) 8^ London, 1815. 

— Thoughts on the expediency of Legalizing the Sale of (hune. (Tracts S. yoL 7.) 
8^ London, 1823. 

On the amendment of. — see Cobbett (J. P.) ; Malmesbuiy ; Wrightson. 

Defence of. — see Berkeley. 

Gander (Joseph). The Glory of Her Majesty Queen Anne in the Royal Navy ; also a 
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Garbbtt (James). Review of Dr. Pusey's Sermon, and the Doctrine of the Eucharist 
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Dr. Pusey and the University of Oxford : A Letter to the Vioe-Chanoellor. 

(Tract. Cont. voL 14.) 8° London, 1848. 

The University, the Church, and the New Test, with remarks on Mr. Oakeley's 

and Mr. Gresley's Pamphlets. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Gabsedb (Charles B.). The Impiety of bartering Faith for Opinion. (Ath. ColL vol. 
294.) 8° London, 1850. 

Gas — On Gas Works. — see Taylor. 

On the Use of Gas Meters. — see CroU. 

Gawleb (Colonel George). Observations on the Establishment of Jewish Colonies in 
Palestine. (Ath. Coll. vol. 191.) 8^ London, 1845. 

The Emancipation of the Jews indispensable for the maintenance of the Ph>- 

testant Succession. (Ath. Coll. vol. 244.) 8° London, 1847. 

Organized Special Constables, an efficient Bulwark against Internal Anarchy 

and Foreign Invasion. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 8^ London, 1848. 

[Gee (Edward)]. Answer to the Compiler of the Nubes Testium, wherein is shown 
that Antiquity did not for the first five hundred years believe as the Church of Rome 
doth. (Cath. Cont. vol. 2.) 4^ London, 1688. 

The Primitive Fathers no Papists ; in answer to the Vindication of the " Nubes 

Testium," vrith an historical Discourse concerning Invocation of Saints. (Oath. 
Cont. vol. 4.) 40 London, 1688. 

-GiMS — ^Thoughts on the Cameos and Intaglios of Antiquity, suggested by a sight and 
survey of the Blenheim Collection, by a Lover of the Fine £ts. (Ath. ColL voL 
239.) 8° Oxford, 1847. 

Gentleman (Tobias). England's Way to win Wealth, and to employ Ships and 
Mariners ; or description what great profite it will bring unto the Commonwealth 
by the adventuring of Busses to Sea. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4^ London, 1614. 

Geoobafhy — Decline of Geographical Science. — see Richardson. 

Geographical Sooiett — ^The Royal Geographical Society and its Labours. (Ath. Ooll. 
vol 237.) 8® London, 1846. 

Gboloot — Anatomy of the Earth. — see Robinson. 

Clialk and Flint of the S. E. of England.— see Mantell. 

Gerahtt (James). The Consequences of the proposed Union with respect to Ireland 
considered, in a Second Letter to the Marquis Comwallis. (Union ColL v(d. 
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Gbbmant — Religious Movements of, in 19th Century. — see Cottrell. 

Cionstitution. — see Back ; Bunsen. 

Affiiirs of — see Vemey. 

Gibbon (C). The Order of Equalitie contrived and divulged as a generall Direetorie 
for common Sessements. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 22.) 4^ Cambrid^, 1604. 

GiBRAi/TAR — Some Remarks concerning Gibraltar, humbly offered by Colonel Joseph 
Bennet to the Conrniissioners on the Accounts of Spain and PortugaL (Gibbcm CmI. 
voL 9.) 40 Gibraltar, 1718. 

TBACTS. 217 

Gibraltar — ^Report of the Commissioners sent into Spain relating to Gibraltar, etc.. 
(stifled in 1713 and 1714). (Gibbon CoU. vol. 9.) 4° London, 1728. 

Some short Reflections on the situation of Gibraltar, and its importance to the 

Trade and Maritime force of this Kingdom. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1781. 

GiLLKBBST (J.). Cholera Gleanings ; a Family Hand-Book, [on the Non-infecttons 
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Gladbtokb (John). Plain Facts on the intended Repeal of the Com Laws. (Ath. ColL 
voL 235.) 8° London, 1846. 

Gladstokb (W. E.). Remarks upon recent Commercial Legislation. (Ath. Coll. 
voL 194.) 8? London, 1845. 

Speech on the motion for the removal of Jewish Disabilities. (Ath. Coll. voL 

244.) 8^ London, 1848. 

[Qlaktil (Joseph)]. A Seasonable Recommendation and Defence of Reason in the 
affiurs of Rebgion. (Cath. Cont. vol. 7.) 4^ London, 1670. 

GoDDARD (Archdeacon Charles). The cause and the cure of Party Spirit in Religion, 
a Chaige. (Charges, vol. 7.) 8^ London, 1844. 

€k>DLiT (John Robert). Observations on an Irish Poor Law. (Ath. CoU. vol. 214.) 
8® DubUn, 1847. 

GODwnr (B.). Examination of the principles and tendencies of Dr. Pusey's Sermon on 
the Eucharist. (Tract. Cont. vol. 14.) 8^ London, 1843. 

GoLDSMiD (Francis Henry). Reply to the Arguments against the removal of the 
Disabilities of the Jews. (Ath. Coll. vol. 244.) 8^ London. 1848. 

GoLOViNE (Ivan). Des Economistes et des Socialistes. (Ath. Coll. vol. 270.) 8^ Paris, 1845. 

€k)ODE (William). Letter to a Lay Friend respecting the present state of things in the 
Church. (Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) 8° London, 1845. 

Vindication of the '' Defence of the xxxix. Articles as the test of Doctrine in 

• the Church," in Reply to the Bishop of Exeter. (Ath. Coll. voL 251.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1848. 

Letter to the Bishop of Exeter, contuning an examination of his Letter to the 

Archbishop of Canterbury. (Ath. Coll. vol. 296.) 8^ London, 1850. 
Reply. — see Massingberd. 

[Goodman (John)]. Discourse concerning Auricular Confession, as prescribed by the 
Council of Trent, and practised in the Church of Rome. (Cath. Cont. vol. 5.) 4^ 
London, 1684. 

QooDWTS (Harvey). Plain Thoughts concerning the meaning of Holy Baptism, a 
Sermon. (Ath. Coll. vol. 294.) 8® Cambric^, 1850. 

Goodwin (John). The Butcher's Blessing, or the bloody intentions of Romish Cavaliers 
against the City of London above other places demonstrated. (Civil War Tracts.) 
4° London, 1642. 

Anti-Cavalierisme ; or Truth pleading as well the necessity as the lawfulnesse 

of this present Warre for the suppressing of that butcherly brood of Cavalierincr 
Incendiaries, who are now hammering England to make an Ireland of it. (Ciim 
War Tracts). 4<^ London, 1642. 

Gordon (Abercromby L.). Government Scheme of Education and the Free Church : 
Letter to the Moderator of the General Assembly. (Ath. CoU. vol. 207.) 8^ Lon- 
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Gordon (Hunter). The Question of the Irish CoUeges shortly stated, with Observa- 
tions on the vaUdity of the Rescripts relative to them. (Ath. CoU. voL 288.) 8^ 
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Gordon (Robert A.). Examination of W. J. E. Bennett's Theory of " Apostasy," 
[Mr. Chirol's Case]. (Ath. CoU. vol. 248.) 8° London, 1848. 

€k>RB (Montague). Suggestions for the amelioration of the present condition of Ireland. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 213.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

Thoughts on the present state of Ireland. (Ath. CoU. vol. 255.) 8^ London, 


Reflections on the state and prospects of the British West IncUes. (Ath. CoU. 

vol 252.) 8<^ London, 1848. 

RemarkB on the present sUte of the Punjaub. (Ath. CoU. vol 252.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1849. 

8UPP. F F 

218 TRACTS. 

QoRHAM C0NTBOVEB8T (The). — Bee Baptism. 

GOULBURN (E. M.). A Reply to ■ome parts of Mr. Ward's Defimoe, justifyiiig certain 
parties in recording their votes against him. (Tract. Gont, vol. 15.) 8^ Oxford, 

QOULDE (William). The Primitive Christian justified and Jack Presbyter reproved ; or 
a scripture demonstration that to be innocent and persecuted is more eligible than 
to be prosperously wicked. (Gath. Gont. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1682. 

Gout, Treatise of. — see Thompson. 

GovEBNMSNT (Monarchical). — see Hunton; Baleigh« 

Graham (John), Bishop of Chester. Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, 
vol. 10.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Graittham (Richard B.). Treatise on Public Slaughter-Houses in connection with tito 
Sanitary Question. (Ath. Coll. vol. 253.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Granville (Augustus Bozzi). On the formation and constitution of a Kingdom of 
Upper Italy ; Letter to Lord Pahnerston. (Ath. ColL vol. 258.) 8^ London, 1848. 

The Italian Question ; a Second Letter. (Ath. Coll. vol. 258.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Grattan (Heniy). Address to his Fellow Citizens. (Union Coll. voL 9.) 8^ Dublin, 

Gravb-tards, Condition of the Metropolitan. — see Walker. 

Gray (John). Practical Observations on the proposed Treaty of Union of the Legisla- 
tures of Great Britain and Ireland. (Union ColL vol. 12.) 8^ London, 1800. 

Gray (J. E.). — see British Museum. 

Great Britain Steam Ship — Extracts from the Letters of Captain Claxton relative to 
its protection during the winter of 1847, and release from Dundram Bay. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 218.) S^ London, 1848. 

Greece— La Laconic. (Ath. Coll. vol. 191.) 8^ Athdnes, 1845. 

Une Discussion de la Chambre des Deputes ooncemant Temprunt Botschift, 

garanti par les trois puissances. (Ath. CoU. vol. 191.) 8^ Athenes, 1845. 

Chambre des Deputes: Discussion de TAdresse. (Ath. Coll. voL 242.) 8^ 

Athdnes, 1846. 

British Diplomacy in Greece, by a Philhellene. (Ath. ColL voL 259.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1848. 

State of the Morea, 1671. — see Randolph. 

Carte des Cdtes de la Grdce. — see Anville. 

State of^ in 1847.— see Cochrane ; Metaza. 

Greenhow (T. M.). Medical Report of the Case of Miss H. M. (Ath. ColL voL 198.) 
8^ London, 1845. 

Greck} (T. D.). The Evils of Ireland, their true source and only sufficient remedy. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 212.) 8<> London, 1847. 

Grenville (Lord) — Substance of his Speech, Nov. 30, 1819, on Lord Lansdowne's 
Motion. (Tracts S. vol. 5.) 8° London, 1820. 

Greslet (W.). Suggestions on the New Statute to be proposed in the University of 
Oxford. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 8® London, 1845. 

Remarks on. — see Gkurbett. 

Griffith (Thomas). Our Baptismal Standing : its privileges and responsibilities prac- 
tically considered. (Ath. CoU. vol. 803.) 12^ London, 1850. 

Grover (Captain John). Account of the Island of Arguin on the Western Coast of 
Africa. (Ath. CoU. vol. 237.) 8<* (London, 1846). 

Gruner on the Danish Question. — eee Bunsen. 

GuiNNESB (Arthur L. 0.). Is Agitation Useful, and when t [on Ireland]. (Ath. CoU. 
voL 256.) 8° DubUn, 1848. 

Guizot (F.). a ses Amis, Avril, 1849. (Ath. CoU. vol. 269.) S9 Paris, 1849. 

GuTHRTE (Thomas). Plea for Ragged Schools, or Prevention better than Cure. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 206.) 8° EdinbuinKD, 1847. 

Gut (Dr.). Analysis of the Evidence on Metropolitan Sewage Manure, and its value 
for Aji^riculturel Purposes [with various Reports on the subject]. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 283.) 8"^ London, 1848. 

TRACTS. 219 

H. (J.) — Bee Hongaiy. 

H. (W.)— flee Trade. 

Haines (R.). A Method of Gbvemment for guch publick Working Alma-Hoofles as 
may be erected for bringing all idle hands to industry, the best expedient for 
advancing the Woollen Manu&cture. (Qibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4^ London, 1670. 

England's Weal and Prosperity proposed; or reasons for erecting publick 

Workhouses, for the speedy promoting of Indusfciy and the Woollen Manuraoture. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) i^ London, 1681. 

Hadtworth (W.). Free Trade fiiUades refuted : Remarks on a Pamphlet by J. Morton 
and J. Trimmer [on Protecting Duties]. (Ath. Coll. vol 226.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Halberstadt — A Full Relation concerning the wonderful and wholesome Fountain 
first discovered in Halberstadt, 1646. (Gibbon ColL vol. 19.) 4^ London, 1646. 

Halb (Archdeacon William Hale). The approaching Contest with Romanism consi- 
dered, a Charge. (Charges, vol. 7.) ^ London, 1845. 

Chai^ to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of London. (Charges, vol. 10.) 89 

London, 1849. 

Hall (S. C). Letter to the Irish Temperance Societies on the present State of Ireland. 
(Ath. Cdl. vol 211.) 8<> London, 1848. 

Halliwkll (James 0.). Statement in answer to Reports agunst him. (Ath. Coll. 
voL 200.) 89 (London), 1846. 

Hamilton (Edward T.). Letter on the augmentation of the Licence Fees of the Crown 
Lands in New South Wales. (Ath. Cdl. voL 191.) 8^ London, 1844. 

HAMn/roN (Heniy Parr). Practical Remarks on Popular Iiducation in England and 
Wales. (Ath. ColL vol. 204.) 8<> London, 1847. 

The Church and the Education Question, a Letter to the Bishop of Ripon. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 250.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Hamilton (John). A Word from an Irish Landowner to his Brethren of the United 
Kingdom. (Ath. Coll. vol. 213.) 8^ Dublin, 1847. 

[Hammond (Henry)]. Considerations of present use concerning the danger resulting 
from the change of our Church-Government. (Cath. Cont. vol. 11.) 4^ London, 

[ ^1 A View of the New Directorie, and a Vindication of the Ancient liturgie of 

the Church of England. (Cath. Cont. vol 11.) 4^ London, 1646. 

[ ] View of some Exceptions which have beene made by a Romanist to the Lord 

Viscount Falkland's Discourse " Of the InfiUlibilitie of the Church of Rome.'* (Cath. 
Cont. vol. 11.) 4° Oxford, 1646. 

[ '\ The Power of the Keyes, or of binding and loosing. (Cath. Cont. vol. 11.) 4^ 

London, 1647. 

[ ^1 Of resisting the Lawfiill Magistrate under colour of Religion and appendant to 

it, of the word Kpifia, rendered ** damnation," Rom. 13, &c. (Cath. Cont. voL 11.) 
4^ London, 1647. 

Ccfpy of some Papers past at Oxford betwixt the author of the Practicall Cate- 

chisme and Mr. Ch. (Cath. Cont. vol. 11.) i^ London, 1647. 

The Christian's Obligations to Peace and Charity, delivered in a Sermon at 

Carisbrooke Castle, 1647, and nine Sermons. (Cath. Cont. vol. 11.) 4^ London, 

Hamfdsn (R. D.), Bp. of Hereford. Letter to Lord John Russell. (Ath. ColL vol 246.) 
8^ London, 1847. 

The Hampden Contbovebbt : — 

The whole of the Corree^ondence, &c., between the Bishops of London, Exeter, 
Norwich, &c., and Lord John Russell. (Ath. Coll. vol. 245.) 8° London, 

What will the Bishops do ? (Ath. Coll. vol. 245.) 8° London, 1847. 

The Univeroty Censure on Dr. Hampden. (Ath. CoU. vol. 246.) 89 Dublin, 

The Bishop of Oxford and Dr. Hampden, with an appendix of Correspondence. 

(Ath. ColL vol 246.) &^ London, 1848. 

220 TRACTS. 

Haxfdin— Thk Hampden Ck)NTBOVEBST, (amiinued): — 

Letter to Lord John Russell on oooadon of his Conduct in Church AflGurSy by s 
CleifQnnan. (Ath. ColL vol 245.) 8^ London, 1848. 

The Royalty of the Crown in Episcopal Promotions, according to the Divines or 
Canonists of the Church. (Ath. ColL vol. 246.) 8^ London, 1848. 

The Church of England pronounced heretical by the promoters of a petition 
against the Consecration of Dr. Hampden ; a Iract for the "nmes, by Qericos. 
(Ath. Coll. voL 245.) 8° London, 1848. 

The Official and Legal Proceedings connected with the appointment of Dr. Hamp- 
den to the See of Hereford. (Ath. ColL voL 245.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Are not the Cleigy arraying themselves against Church and Queen ? a question 
by M. A. (Ath. Coll. voL 246.) 8° London, 1848. 

Attempt tojustify the agitation against the appointment of Dr. Hampden to the 
See of Hereford. (Ath. Coll. voL 245.) 8^ London, 1848. 

See also Benson ; Cox; Forester; Hare; Irons; Marsden; Maurice; Mill;Fhi]l* 
potts ; Trower ; Whately. 

Hakoock (W. Neilson). The Tenant-Right of Ulster, considered eoonomioaUy. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 198.) 8^ DubUn, 1845. 

Habooubt (L. Vernon). Remonstrance to the Bishop of Exeter on his recent Letter to 
the Archbishop of Canterbury. (Ath. ColL voL 297.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Habding (Wyndham). Railways : the Oauge Question, Evils of a diversity of gauge, 
and a remedy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 231.) ^ London, 1845. 

Hare (Archd. Julius Charles). Letter to the Dean of Chichester on the agitation 
excited by the appointment of Dr. Hampden to the See of Hereford. (Ath. Coll. 
voL 246.) 8® London, 1848. 

Second edition, with a Postscript on Lord John Russell's Letter to the Clergy 

of Bedfoid. (Ath. ColL vol. 246.) 8^ London, 1848. 

— Answer. — see Trower. 
Letter to the Hon. Richard Cavendish on the recent Judgment of the Court of 

Appeal as affecting the Doctrine of the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 297.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1850. 

see Cavendish. 

Remarks on his Resolutions. — see Perceval. 

Habinoton (£. C). The Reformers of the Anglican Church and Mr. Maoaulay's His- 
tory of England. (Ath. Coll. vol. 261.) 8° London, 1849. 

Hable (William Lockey}. The total Repeal of the Navigation Laws discusaed and 
enforced. (Ath. Coll. vol. 272.) 8^ London, 1848* 

Hablet (Robert), Earl of Oxford. — see Defoe. 

Habioess (William). Letter to J. P. Kay Shuttleworth on Dr. Hook's Plan for Educat- 
ing the People, [not published]. (Ath. ColL voL 205.) 8^ Westmmster, 1846. 

Habbih (Joseph). A Treatise on Navigation, containing the Theory of Navigation, 
Nautical and Astronomical Problems. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 6.) 4^ London, 1730. 

Habbis (Walter). Description of the King of Holland's Royal Pkdaoe and Gardens at 
Loo. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 4^ London, 1699. 

Habbib (William Richard). A Critique on the Critics ; or the Britannia, Athensram, 
and clique, unmasked, [answer to tneir Criticisms on his " Napoleon," an Epic Poem]. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 287.) 8° London, 1847. 

Habtlib (Samuel). A discoverie for division, or setting out of Land aa to the best 
form. (Gibbon CoU vol. 18.) 4^ London, 1653. 

" Habvet's (Rev. Thomas), Case, as Foreign Chaplain " — Letter to the Bishop of Lon- 
don on the Cases of Thomas H. Siely, Ex-Chaplain at Lisbon, and Thomas Hanrey, 
Ex-Chaplain at Antwerp. (Ath. Coll. vol. 221.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Positive Ruin the result of Public Service; an appeal to Lord J. Russell against 

the Proceedings of the Bishop of London, kc (Ath. Coll. vol. 221.) 8^ London, 

The Bishop of London's Consistency on the Debate on Earl Nelson's BiU. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 291.) 12° 1849. 

Habvet (D. W.). Address on the Law and Liabilities of Railway Speculation. (Ath. 
Coll. voL 231.) 8<^ London, 1846. 

TRACTS. 221 

[Habcabd (Gkvgory)]. Disoourse about the Charge of Novelty upon the Refonned 
Church of England, ma^ by the Papists asking of us the qu^tion. Where was our 
Religion before Luther r (Uath. Cent. vol. 8.) 4^ London, 1685. 

Hathebell (James W.). Maynooth, its adoption by the State considered. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 192.) S^ London, 1845. 

Hawasd (Lazarus). The Charges issuing forth of the Crown Revenue of England and 
Dominion of Wales. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 22.) 49 London, 1660. 

Hawkins (William Bentinck). A few plain Words suggested by some recent proceed- 
ings in the Diocese of Exeter. (Tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Hat (Captain Philip) — Proceedings of a Court Martial held upon, by order of Mi^or- 
General Hunter, July 27, 1798. (Union Coll. vol. 10.) 8° Dublin, 1798. 

Hatwabd (A.). Remarks on the Law regarding Marriage with the Sister of a deceased 
Wife. (Ath. Coll. vol. 203.) 8^ London, 1845. 

" The Inner Temple Bench Case :" The Ballot for Benchers, by a Templar. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 273.) 8° London, 1848. 

Report of the Proceedings before the Judges on the Appeal of A. Hayward, 

Q.C. (Ath. Coll. vol. 273.) S^ London, 1848. 
see Neate (C.) 

[Helps (Arthur)]. Letter from one of the Special Constables in London on the late 
occasion of their being called out to keep the peace. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 12^ 
London, 1848. 

HxBBEBT (Guliehnus). Sylvn Recentioies [Poemata]. (Ath. ColL voL 200.) 8^ Lon- 

dini, 1845. 
HKBKFORDSHiaB — Etymology of Names of Places in. — see Edmunds. 

HsBON (Robert M.). Industry for Ireland founded upon a system of Local Superin- 
tendence. (Ath. Coll. vol 256.) S° London, (1848). 

HXBSCHEL (Sir J. F. W.)— see Baily. 

HiCKERiNOiLL (Edmond). Curse ye Meros, or the Fatal Doom, a Sermon before the 
Lord Mayor. (Cath. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^' London, 1680. 

[^ply] — -^ Sermon upon the Hellish Plots which have been discovered, and may 

be an answer to Mr. Hpckeringill's] Sermon upon Curse ye Meroz. (Cath. Cont. 
vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1680. 

[HicxES (George)]. Speculum BeatsB Virginis: a Discourse of the due Praise and 
Honour of Uie Virgin Mary. (Cath. Cont. vol. 2.) i° London, 1686. 

Hill (Frederic). National Force : Economical Defence of the Country from Internal 
Tumult and Foreign Aggression. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 8<> London, 1848. 

Hill (Laurence). Letter from the New Forest, on its present state and proposed 
improvement, to the Commissioner of H. M. Woods and Forests. (Ath. Coll. y(A, 
270.) 8° London, 1848. 

Hill (Samuel). Plan for reducing the Poor's-Rate by giving employment to the 
Labouring Classes, with some Observations on the cultivation of Flax and Hemp. 
(Tracts S. voL 1.) SP London, 1817. 

HiLLABT (Sir Augustus W.). Letter to Lord John Russell on the adjustment of the 
relation between Landlord and Tenant in Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 254.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1849. 

HnrcxB (Hon. Francis). Canada, its financial position and resources. (Ath. Coll. voL 
285.) SP London, 1849. 

HOABE (William Henry). A Second Letter to Sir Qeorge Grey on the Scheme of W. J. 
Fox, regarded as affecting the Baptismal Question and the Creeds and Formularies 
of the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 298.) 8^ London, 1850. 

A Third Letter to Sir George Grey : Thoughts on Baptismal Regeneration con- 
tinued, and on the Duty of the State to the Church. (Ath. ColL vol. 299.) 89 
London, 1850. 

HODOES (William). The Groans of the Poor, the Misery of Traders, and the Calamity 
of the PubUck. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 22.) i^ London, 1696. 

Ruin to Ruin ; after Misery to Misery ; being the distressed, ruined, and 

perishing state of the Loyal and faithful Seamen of England, &c. (Privately 
printed.) (Gibbon Coll. vol. 17.) i^ London, 1699. 

HODGKIH (Thomas). Letter to Richard Cobden on Free Trade and SSave Labour. 
(Ath. Coll. voL 264.) 8^ London, 1848. 

222 TRACTS. 

Hodgson (Adam). Letter to Sir Robert Peel on the Currency. (Ath. ColL tqL 264.) 

8^ London, 1848. H 

H0D8ON (J. H.). Practical Method for the extinction of Pauperism and Poor-Bates. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 292.) 89 London, 1849. 

HoFniAN (David). Views of the Fonnation of a British and American Land and 
Emigration Company. (Ath. Coll. vol. 266.) 8° London, 1848. 

HoLBOBNB (Robert). The Reading in Lincolne's-Inne, Feb. 28, 1641, upon the Stat, 
of 25, £. 8, cap. 2, being the Statute of Treasons. (Civil War Tracts.) 4^ Oxfiird, 

Holland (Lord). Sketch of a Constitution for the Kingdom of Najdes, soggested in 
1845 to the Duca di Gallo. (Ath. Coll. vol 258.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Holland — ^The Interest of the United Provinces being a defence of the ZeelandenT 
Choice. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 18.) 4<^ Middelbuig, 1678. 

A Manifesto, headed, " Exhibitum den 23 April, 1744," addressed to the 

Government of Holland, signed " Le Marquis de Fenelon.*' (Gibbon CoIL voL 5.) 
40 Douay, 1744. 

Lettre d'un Seigneur Hollandois A un de ses Amis, sur le secours prftt^ k la 

reine de Hongrie par la Hollande. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4^ Paris, 1744. 

Extraits des Remarques de la Cour de Prusse sur I'Expos^ de sa Majesty Bri- 

tannique comme Electeur de Brunswic-Lunebourg, intitull Defense de la Deduction 
Fondamentale concemant le Droit de Succession k la Comt^ d'Ost-Frise, ftc. (Gib- 
bon CoU. vol. 4.) 1747 1 

Les Revolutions Hollandoises, ou le retablissement des Rois de Frize. (Gibbon 

CoU. vol. 4.) 40 BerUn, 1747. 

Lettre d'un Ministre d'une puissance etrangdre en HoUande, sur la R^ponse 

des Hollandois, en 1747i it la Declaration du Roi de France. (GHbbon CoU. voL 4.) 
4^ Amsterdam, 1748. 

Decrets du Prince Charles- Alexandre de Lorraine, Gouvemeur des P^ys Ba% 

Sortant suppression de diflferens Ecrits de Theologie, &c. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 3.) 4^ 
ruxeUes, 1759. 

The King's Palace at Loo.— see Harris (W.) 

HOLLINOWORTH (Archd. John Banks). Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister con- 
sidered, a Charge to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Huntingdon. (Charges, 
vol. 9.) S^ London, 1849. 

Holms (Frederick). Anglo-Indian Policy during and since the A%han War. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 195.) 8° Edinburgh, 1845. 

H0LMB8 (Robert). The Case of Ireland stated. (Ath. CoU. vol. 218.) 8^ DuUin, 

HoLBTEiN. — see Denmark. 

HoLTHEAD Harbour. — see WiUiams. 

Hook (Walter Farquhar), D.D. On the Means of rendering more efficient the Educa- 
tion of the People : Letter to the Bishop of St. David's. (Ath. CoU. vol. 205.) 8^ 
London, 1846. 

[Replies.] Some Remarks on ditto, by one of the " Clergy of the Manufiustur- 

ing District" of Manchester. (Ath. CoU. vol. 205.) S^ London, 1846. 

see also Burgess ; Clarke ; Harness ; Swaine. 

Gorham 1;. the Bishop of Exeter : a Letter to Sir Walter Farquhar on the pre- 
sent Crisis in the Church. (Ath. CoU. vol. 297.) S° London, 1850. 

Hope (Alexander J. Beresford). The New Government Scheme of Academical Education 
for Ireland. (Ath. CoU. vol. 188.) 8° London, 1845. 

Report of the Commiasion on the Laws of Marriage, relative to Marriage with 

a deceased Wife's Sister. (Ath. CoU. vol. 274.) 8^ London, 1849. 

HOBNEOK (Anthony). Sermon at the Consecration of GUbert Burnet, Bishop of Sanim. 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^^ London, 1689. 

HOBSLBT (Heneage). Letter to Sir CuUing Eardley Smith on the Maynooth Grant. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 192.) 8<^ DubUn, 1846. 

HoBTON (R. Wilmot). Inquiry into the Causes and Remedies of Pauperism. (Tracts S. 
vol. 1.) 8^ London, 1830. 

TRACTS. 228 

UOSKIKG (Profeflflor). On the late fiulure at the Euston-nqaare Station. (Ath. OolL 
vol. 268.) S^ (London), 1848. 

Houghton (Thomas). Europe's Glory, or Peace and Plenty to the People thereof. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 10.) 4° London. 1696. 

The alteration of the Coyn, with a feamble method to do it. (Gibbon Coll. 

voL 13.) i^ London, 1695. 

HoWK (John). Funeral Sermon on the decease of Mrs. Margaret Baxter. (Oath. Oont. 
vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1681. 

HowLET (William) Abp. of Oanterbury. Ohaige at his Ordinary Visitation. (Charges, 
vol. 5.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Letter addressed to the Clergy and Luty of his province. (Charges, vol. 6.) 

8^ London, 1845. 

HuBBABD (John GeUibrand). Letter to Sir Charles Wood on the Monetary Pressure 
and Commercial Distress of 1847. (Ath. Coll. vol. 264.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Hull (William Winstanley). Statement of some reasons for continuing to Protestants 
the whole Legislature of Great Britain and Ireland. (Tracts S. vol. 4.) 8^ London, 

Hungary — ^Brief Narrative of the State of the Protestants in Hungary by [J. H.] 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 9.) 4° London, 1677. 

Manifesto published in the name of the Himgarian Government by Count 

Tiadiftlas Teleki, translated, with notes, by H. F. W. Browne. (Ath. Coll. vol. 284.) 
8° London, 1849. 

Comparison of its Constitution with that of England. — see Smith (J. T.) 

Hunt (Thornton). The Rationale of Railway Administration. (Ath. Coll. vol. 281.) 
89 London, 1846. 

[HuNTON (Philip)]. A Treatise of Monarchy. 1. Of Monarchy in general ; 2. Of this 
particukr Monarchy. [On the Revolution of 1688.] (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4^ 
London, 1689. 

HuSBKT (Robert). Reasons for Voting upon the Third Question to be proposed in 
Convocation. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) S^ Oxford, 1845. 

Letter to the Vice-Chancellor on the proposed Three Examinations. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 288.) BP Oxford, 1849. 

HuTBHB (Francis). Letter to Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bt., upon Wilmot Horton's 
pamphlet on the CathoHc Claims. (Tracts S. vol. 4.) 8^ London, 1826. 

Ignorance, Serfdom, and the Worship of the Golden Image. (Ath. CoU. vol. 292.) 8^ 
London, 1849. 

Index (The), A Repertory of the Results of Modem Progress. Nos. 1-3. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 286.) 8° 1848-9. 

Indla. — Some Thoughts on the Present State of our Trade to India; by a Merchant of 
London. (Giblwn CoU. vol. 6.) 4° London, 1754. 

India and Lord EUenborough. (Ath. CoU. vol. 195.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Reply to ditto, by Zeta. (Ath. CoU. vol. 195.) 8° London, 1845. 

Lord Auckland and Lord EUenborough, by a Bengal CiviUan. (Ath. CoU. vol. 

195.) 8° London, 1845. 

The Scinde Policy, Comments on General W. P. P. Napier's Defence of Lord 

EUenborough. (Ath. CoU. vol. 195.) 8^ London, 1845. 
Anglo-Indian PoUcy during the Affghan War. — see Holme. 

Commerce and Free Trade promoted in the Indian Archipelago, by " PhUopa- 

tris." (Ath. CoU. vol. 264.) 8* London, 1848. 

Mortality in the Jails of the 24 Pergunnahs, Calcutta : Analysis of Strong's 

Report, by Colonel W. H. Sykes. (Ath. CoU. vol. 267.) 8° London, 1848. 

Report of Proceedings at a Special Court of Proprietors at the East India 

House, April 25, 1849, [on the Rajah of Sattara Question]. (Ath. CoU. vol. 289.) 
8^ London, 1849. 

Law — Observations on the Judicial Institutions of Bengal, by a Barrister-at- 

Law. (Ath. CoU. vol. 275.) S^ London, 1849. 
see also Lyall ; Sykes. 

224 TBACTS. 

India — Salt Monofolt — Letter to Sir James W. Hogg on the Sftlt Monap<Aj of the 
East India Company, by Nimmuk. (Ath. CoU. yoL 229.) 8^ London, 1846. 

The Prees vemu the Salt Monopoly in British India. (Ath. C<^ vol. 

229 ) 8<5 (London), 1846. 

see also Wilbraham. 

Overland Route — On the Communications between Europe and Indisi, through 

Egypt. (Ath. Coll. vol. 232.) S^ London, 1846. 

The Overland Mail and the Austrian Lloyd's. (Ath. CoU voL 282.) 

8° London, 1847. 

The Overland India Mail by Genoa and Switzerland. (Ath. CoIL voL 

232.) 8^ London, 1847. 
see also Waghom. 

River Navigation. — see Bourne (J.) 

Steam Navigation from Singapore. — see Waghom. 

Railways. — see under Railways. 

French East India Company — The Case of M. de la Bourdonnais, in a Letter 

to a Friend. (Gibbon ColL vol. 6.) 4° London, 1748. 

Memoire k Consulter pour la fiimille du Keur Dupleix. (Gibbon CoQ. 

vol. 6.) 4<5 Paris, 1761. 

Reflexions d*un Actionnaire sur la situation de la Compagnie des Indes. 

(Gibbon Coll. vol. 6.) 4° [Paris, 1767]. 

M6moire pour le Sieur de la Gatinais, Capitaine de Vaiaseau dans les 

Indes. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 6.) 4^ [Paris, 1767]. 
see Cotterell. 

Industry, Education, and Public Virtue ; or Measures for a New Pu>liament to com* 
plete, by " Amor Patri»." (Ath. Coll. vol. 227.) S^ London, 1846. 

Inquests (Coroner's) — Presence of accused Persons at. — see Jardine. 

Inquisition at Goa. — see [Dellon]. 

Insanitt. — see Winslow. 

see Lunatic Asylums. 

Insurance. — see Assurance. 

Ionian Islands — Quelques Observations sur la manidre d'obtenir des R6forme8 Con- 
stitutionelles dans les Des-Ioniennes. (Misc. CoU. vol. 14.) royal 8^ Corfoo, 

Ireland— Roman and Celtic origin. — see Vandeleur. 

Declaration of the Irish Armie in Ulster, 1660. — see Basill. 

Affidrs of, in 1662. — see Mervyn. 

A Letter from a Gentleman in Ireland to his Brother in England, relating to 

Ireland in the matter of Trade. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 20,) 49 London, 1677. 

Importation of Irish Cattle, 1680. — see Collins. 

Interest of England in its Preservation, 1689. — see Philips. 

Aphorisms relating to the Kingdom of Ireland, humbly submitted at the Great 

Convention at Westminster. (GHbbon Coll. vol. 20.) i° London, 1689. 

A Discourse concerning Ireland and the different Interests thereof, in answer 

to the Exeter and Barnstaple Petitions. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 26.) 4^ London, 

CathoUc Society — Review of the Strictures on the declaration of the Catholic 

Society. (Union CoU. vol. 9.) 8° Dublin, 1792. 

Letters to the Whigs of the Capital. (Union CoU. vol. 9.) 8° Dublin, 


Letter from a Venerated Nobleman, recently retired from this country, to the 

Earl of CarUsle, explaining the causes of that event. (Union CoU. voL 9.) B9 
DubUn, 1796. 

— Rebellion, 1797-8 : 

Reflections on the Irish Conspiracy and on the necessity of an Armed Asso- 
ciation in Great Britain, with observations on the resolutions of the Whig Club. 
(Union CoU. vol. 9.) 8<* London, 1797. 

TRACTS. 226 

IfiELAHD— RKBKLLioir, 1797-8, {cmtinu^d) :— 

Letter to the Earl of Moira in defence of the conduct of his Majesty's Ministers, 

and of the Army in Ireland. (Union Coll. voL 9.) 8° London, 1797. 

A Second I^etter to the Earl of Moira on the Commercial Situation of Ireland. 

(Union Coll. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1798. 

Report from the Committee of Secrecy appointed to consider the Treasonable 

Papers presented to the House of Commons of Ireland, July 17, 1798, by Lord 
Castlereagh. (Union Coll. vol 10.) S^ London, 1798. 

Report from the Committee of Secrecy of the House of Lords of Ireland, 

on the sealed-up Treasonable Papers received from the House of Commons on the 
28rd of July. (Union CoU. vol. 10.) 89 London, 1798. 

Observations on the meaning of the Words Protestant Ascendancy and Orange- 

men, including some Strictures on other parts of the Answer of Patrick Duigenan. 
(Union CoU. voL 10.) 8^ Dublin, 1798. 

Essays on the political circumstances of Ireland, written during the adminis- 

tration of Earl Camden, with an appendix. (Union ColL vol. 11.) 8^ Dublin, 

A concise account of the material Events and Atrocities which occurred in the 

late Rebellion, by Veridicus. (Union CoU. vol. 11.) S^ Dublin, 1799. 

Report of the Conmiittee of Secrecy of the House of Commons, to whom the 

Papers, January 22, 1799, were referred. (Union CoU. vol. 11.) 8^ London, 

see also Grattan ; Hay ; Jackson ; Moira ; O'Bryen. 

— The Union : 

Thoughts on the projected Union between Great Britain and Ireland. (Union 

CoU. vol. 9.) 8<5 Dublin, 1797. 

Letter to his ExceUency Marquis ComwaUis on the proposed Union, in which 

his political situation is candidly discussed. (Union CoU. vol. 9.) 8° Dublin, 

Report of the Debate on the Motion of the Earl of Moira, February 19, 1798, 

in the House of Lords in Ireland. (Union CoU. vol. 10.) 8° Dublin, 1798. 

Petition of the Whig Club to the King, as transmitted to be presented by 

the Earl of Moira and Mr. Fox. (Union CoU. vol. 10.) 8° DubUn, 1798. 

A Privy-CounseUor analysed, in a Letter to Mr. Grattan, by Mercator. (Union 

CoU. voL 10.) 8<^ DubUn, 1798. 

Three Letters to a Noble Lord on the projected Legislative Union of Great 

Britain and Ireland. (Union CoU. vol. 10.) 8P London, 1799. 

The Debate in the House of Conmions of Great Britain on the subject of an 

Union with Ireland, Jan. 23, 1799. (Union CoU. vol. 11.) 

No Union but Unite and FaU. (Union CoU. vol. 11.) 8^ DubUn, 1799. 

Protestant Ascendancy and Catholic Emancipation reconciled by a Leeislative 

Union ; with a View of the Transactions in 1782, relative to the Independence of 
the Irish ParUament. (Union CoU. vol. 12.) 8^ London, 1800. 

Union, Prosperity, and Aggrandizement. (Union CoU. vol. 12.) 8° London, 


Letter to the Farmers and Traders of Ireland on the subject of Union. By a 

Farmer and Trader. (Union CoU. vol. 12.) 8° DubUn, 1800. 

Speeches on the Union. — see Abingdon ; Clare ; Duguery ; Foster ; Pitt ; 


Tracts on ditto. — see Bousfield ; Duigenan ; Falkland ; Flood ; Gerahty ; Gray ; 

Lattin ; Moira ; O'Connor ; Porter ; Stokes ; Tucker. 

Catholic Queshon. — see under Rome (Roman Catholic Emancipation). 

Memoranda of Irish Matters, by obscure men of good intention. Part I. The 

Rules of Irish Promotion. (Misc. CoU. vol. 12.) royal 8^ DubUn, 1844. 

Irish Waste Land Improvement Society. Fourth Annual Report, by Colonel 

Robinson. (Ath. CoU. vol 211.) 8^ (London), 1845. 
8UPP. Q o 

226 TRACTS. 

iBSLAin), (contMuted) : — 

— The FAMDns, 1846-7 : 

Crime in Ireland, by a late servant of the Crown. (Ath. ColL toL 

211.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Union in Ireland, by an Iriah Landlord. (Ath. CoU. vol. 255.) 8^^ 

Dublin, 1847. 

Letters on the State of Ireland, by a Landed Proprietor. (Ath. Coll. 

voL 213.) S^ London, 1847. 

Observations on the evils resulting to Ireland firom the Insecurity of 

Title, and the existing Laws of Real Property. (Ath. Coll. vol. 212.) dP Dublin, 

The measures which can alone ameliorate the condition of the Irish 

People. (Ath. Coll. vol. 212.) B9 London, 1847. 

Irish Improvidence encouraged by English Boun^, a Remonstrance 

against the Government Projects. (Ath. Coll. vol. 210.) 8^ London, 1847 

The State of Ireland, and the Measures of Government for its relieil 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 210.) 8° London, 1847. 

Irish ReHef Measures. (Ath. Coll. vol. 210.) 8° (London), 1847. 

Relief for Ireland prompt and permanent, by Agricola. (Ath. Coll. 

vol. 210.) 8° London, 1847. 

A [Proposed] Bill for the amelioration of Ireland, [by the Hon. A. P. 

Perceval]. (Misc. CoU. vol. 8.) fol. (London), 1847. 

- see also Adair; Beamish; Burritt; Duffsrin; Fitzgerald; Rogers; 


The Supremacy of the Law, not the Endowment of the Priest, Ireland's Remedy. 

I. vol. 254. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 254.) dP London, 1848. 

How to make Ireland self-supporting, or Irish Clearances and Improvement of 

Waste Lands. (Ath. CoU. vol. 256.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Letter firom a rejected Member of a late Parliament to the Earl of Clarendon. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 256.) 8^' London, 1848. 

A Stitch in Time, by Menenius, (Ath. CoU. vol 266.) B9 DubUn, 1848. 

The Game's up, by Menenius, [on the probable effects of Repeal, &o.] (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 266.) 8^ DubUn, 1848. 

The Irish Difficulty, addressed to his Countrymen by an Englishman. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 256.) 8^ London, 1848. 
— Poor-Law: 

To the People of Great Britain and North of Ireland against alms- 
giving for the payment of Union Rates. (Ath. ColL voL 257.) 8^ J^iadoik, 

Observations on the Board of Works, the New Poor-Law, &o., in Ire- 

land. (Ath. CoU. vol 255.) 8^^ London, 1849. 

The Extemdon of the Irish Poor Law, [Review of G. P. Scrope's Letters 

and Pamphlets, by Douglas, Ensor, and Palmer.] (Ath. CoU. vol. 208.) 8^ (London, 

Irish Poor Law, past, present, and future. (Ath. CoU. vol. 257.) 8^ 

London, 1849. 

— Ways and Means for Ireland. (Ath. CoU. vol. 255.) 8^ London, 


see also Douglas ; GkxUey ; Naper ; Scrope ; Whately. 

ReUef Measures. — see Aloock; Briggs; Scrope; Shrewsbuiy. 

. Rate in Aid.— see Butt; Scrope. 

Other Tracts on the State of Ireland between 1843 and 1849.— see BaU; 

Bodinffton ; Cavour ; Fitzeerald ; Gk>re ; Gr^g ; Gninness ; Hall ; Holmes ; Lifibrd; 
Mabeny ; MacdonneU ; Mosse ; Murray ; O'Brien ; Perceval ; Porter ; Ramsay ; Ro- 
gers ; Rosse ; Sligo; Stoddart; Tuke; Ward. 

Ulster Tenant Right.— see Hancock ; MlCnight. 

TRACXa 227 

Ibeland, (eonHnued): — 

Tenure of Land in. — see Alcock ; Hillary. 

Law of Landlord and Tenant, Defence ol — see Simpson. 

Colonization (Systematic). — see Torrens. 

Mortgage Banks. — see Bowen. 

Potato Truck System. — see Rogers. 

see Maynooth Coll^^ Endowment. 

Jbons (William J.). Should the State oblige us to educate ? a Letter to Lord John 
Russell (Ath. CoU. vol. 206.) S^ London, 1846. 

Letter to Dr. Hampden, submitting to him certain assertions, assumptions, and 

implications in his Hampton Lectures. (Ath. Coll. vol. 245.) 8^ London, 1848. 

The Present Crisis in the Church of England, illustrated by a brief inquiry as 

to the Royal Supremacy. (Ath. Coll. vol 801.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Sequel to ditto, in reply to the Rev. W. Maskell and the Rev. T. W. Allies. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 301.) 8<^ London, 1850. 

The Judgments on Baptismal Regeneration, the Church Court of Arches, the 

State Court of Privy Councnl, the present English and Scottish Bishops; with a 
Discourse on Heresy and Open Questions. (Ath. ColL vol. 301.) 8^ London, 

Italy — ^De Jure Augusti et Romani Imperii in Parma et Plaoentia Ducatibos 
tiones z. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4? Amstelodami, 1729. 

Di alcuni lavori spettanti alia Storia d'ltalia, ultimamente pubblicati in Oer- 

mania, [da Alfredo Reumont]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 237.) 89 (Berlin), 1845. 

Austria and Central Italy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 258.) 8^ London, 1849. 

A Voice from England to the Italians, exhorting them to unite with one another, 

and not to call in Foreign aid. (Ath. Coll. vol. 284.) 12P London, (1849). 
see Lombardy; Modena; Naples; Piedmont; Savoy; Venice. 

Geography. — see Anville. 

Austria and the Pope. — see Mazzini. 

on a Constitution for. — see Qranville. 

Movement in, 1847. — see Azeglio. 

Jackson (Charles) — Narrative of his Sufferings and Escape, including an account of 
severalbarbarousatrocitiescomonitted, June, 1798. (Union Coll. vol. 10.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1798. 

Jamaica — Condition of, 1847. — see JeUy. 

Jambs I. — His Majesties Speach in the Starre Chamber the 20th June, Anno 1616. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 16.) 4° London, 1616. 

His Majesties Declaration touching his proceedings in the late Assemblie and 

Convention of Parliament. (Scarce Tracts.) i° London, 1621. 

A Proclamation declaring his Majesties pleasure concerning the dissolving of 

the present Convention of Parliament. (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ London, 1621. 

King James his Judgment of a King and of a l^nrant, extracted out of his 

own Speech in 1609, with Notations. (Civil War Tracts.) 4^ (London), 1642. 
see Tobacco. 

Jambs n. — ^An Answer to the late King James* Last Declaration, dated at St. Germains, 
April 17, 1693. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 16.) i^ London, 1693. 

Jambs (William). Vindication of the Usage of closing the Morning Service with the 
Sermon, when there is no Conmiunion, in reply to the Rev. B. Harrison. (Tract. 
Cont. vol. 12.) 8*^ London, 1846. 

Jabdihe (David). Remarks on the law and expediency of the Presence of accused 
persons at Coroner's Inquisitions. (Ath. Coll. vol. S40.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Java, Vital Statistics of.— see Crawfiird. 

Jbktll (Thomas). True Religion makes the best Loyalty, a Sermon at the New 
Church in Westminster, on May 29, the hi^py day of H. M.'s birth and return. 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1682. 

228 TRACTS. 

Jkllt (Thomas). Brief Inquiry into the Condition of Jamaica. (Ath. CoU. yd. 252.) 
8° London, 1847. 

Cursory Glance at the past and present condition of Great Britain, as a 

Beacon to the British Sugar Oolonies. (Ath. Coll. vol. 270.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Jenkin (Robert). Historical Examination of the Authority of General Councils, show- 
ing the false dealing that hath been used in the publishing of them, &c. (Cath. 
Cont. yol. 2.) 4° London, 1688. 

Jenneb (Thomas). London's Blame, if not its Shame, manifested by the great neglect 
of the Fishery. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 49 London, 1651. 

Jerninoham (Frederick). Steam Conmiunication with the Cape of Good Hope, 
Australia, and New Zealand, as promoting Emigration. (Ath. ColL yoL 252.) 8*^ 
London, 1848. 

Jesuits. — see Canaye. 

Jews — REMoyAL of Jewish Disabilitibs: 

A Clei^gyman's Apology for fayouring the removal of Jewish Disabilities. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 215.) 8° London, 1847. 

Progress of Jewish Emancipation since 1829. (Ath. Coll. yoL 244.) 8^ 

(London), 1848. 

Remarks on the proposed Bill, by Euphron. (Ath. Coll. vol. 244.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1848. 

Answer to the Speech of Sir R. Peel, by a Barrister. (Ath. Coll. yol. 244.) 

8° London, 1848. 

The Juggler, containing a proposition for the Abolition of all Oaths. (Ath. 

Coll. yol. 244.) 8° London, 1848. 

The Incestuous Union, by the Author of " The Juggler." (Ath. Coll. yoL 244.) 

S^ London, 1849. 

see also Birks; Faudel; Gawler; Gladstone; Goldsmid; Thirlwall; Trower; 

Van Oven. 

Proscriptions and Persecutions of the Jews. — see Bignon. 

Establishment of Jewish Colonies in Palestine. — see Gawler. 

[Johnson (Samuel) LL.D.]. A compleat Vindication of the Licensers of the Stage 
from the Malicious and Scandalous Aspersions of Mr. Brooke, Author of ** Gustayos 
Vasa." (Gibbon CoU. yol. 10.) 4° London, 1739. 

JoiNViLLE (The Prince de). On the State of the Naval Strength of France in compari- 
son with that of England. (Ath. CoU. vol. 190.) 8° London, 1844. 

and Hippolyte Lamarche. French Pamphlets on the Naval Forces of France, 

1844-6, translated. (Ath. CoU. vol. 290.) S^ London, 1848. 

JoLLiVET (M.). Historique de la Traits et du Droit de Visite. (Ath. ColL vol 191.) 
8<^ Paris, 1844. 

Jones (Evan) ** of Tredegar." Vindication of the educational and moral condition of 
Wales, in reply to WiUiam WiUiams. (Ath. CoU. vol. 249.) 8^ LJandovery, 


Kate (John) Bp. of Lincoln. Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, vol. 5.) 
S^ London, 1843. 

. Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, vol. 8.) 8® London, 1846. 

Letter to his Clergy on the recent Minutes of the Committee of Privy CouncU. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 204.) 8"^ lincohi, 1847. 

Keblb (John). Heads of Consideration on the Case of Mr. Ward. (Tract. Cont. yoL 
15.) S^ Oxford, 1845. 

" on Tractarianiam." — see BrickneU. 

Church Matters in 1850. No. 1. Trial of Doctrine. (Ath. CoU. yoL 803.) 12° 

Oxford, 1850. 

Kehfe (J. E.). ** One Baptism." a Sermon, in which is considered the Judgment in 
the case Gorham v. the Bilbop of Exeter. (Ath. .ColL vol. 294.) 8^ London, 

Kennedy (Benjamin HaU^. Reasons for Acquiescence in the Judgment of the Judicial 
Committee of the Pnvy Council in the case of Gorham v. the Bishop of Exeter. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 297.) S^ Shrewsbury, (1850). 

TBACTS. 229 

KiSLMAK (John Adolff) — Letter written by a Daniah (Gentleman to a friend in Ger- 
many conoeming his Imprisonment. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 1.) 4^ London, 1676. 

Kliro (Lord). A Short History of the Job of Jobs [the Com Laws], written in 1825. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 235.) 8° London, 1846. 

KiKNAiBD (Lord). Railway Legislation and Uniformity of Gauge. (Ath. Coll. vol. 
231.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Labouohers (Rt. Hon. Henry). Speech on the Navigation Laws. (Ath. Coll. vol. 
272.) 8° London, 1848. 

liABOURiNO Clabsbs — Appeal to the Times newspaper, in behalf of the Working 
Classes, by two Lay Members of the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 189.) 8^ London, 

Remarks as to measures to promote their wel£&re and improve their condition. 

by a Member of the Aristocracy. (Ath. CoU. vol. 189.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Appeal to Lord John Russell on behalf of the Working Popiilation, by a Tory 

Freeholder. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 12P London, 1848. 

? The State of the Nation, with reference to the Condition of the Working 

Classes. (Ath. Coll. vol. 270.) S^ London, 1849. 

Plans for Dwellings in Agricultural Districts, by the Society for improving the 

Condition of the Labouring Classes. (Ath. Coll. vol. 277.) S^ London, 1849. 

see also Chartism ; Poor Laws. 

see Davenport ; Schmit ; Scrope. 

(In Ireland). — see Blacker; Heron; Scrope. 

liAKDBD Propkbtt — The Right of the Aristocracy to the Soil considered, by John 
Noakesi (Ath. Coll. vol. 270.) 8° London, 1848. 

On the Registration of the Title to. — see Neale. 

JiAJiDLORD AND TENANT, Law of. — see Calthrope. 

see Tenant Right. 

[La Placettb (M. de)]. Six Conferences concerning the Eucharist, wherein is shewed 
that the Doctrine of Transubstantiation overthrows the Proo& of Christian Religion, 
[translated by Archbishop Tennisonj. (Cath. Cont vol. 8.) 4^ London, 1687. 

[ ] Of the Incurable Scepticism of the Church of Rome, [translated by Archbishop 

Tennisonj. (Cath. Cont. vol. 4.) 49 London, 1688. 

liA RrvB (M. de). Discours k la Soci6t6 Helvetique des Sciences Naturelles k Otenhye, 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 201.) 8° Gendve, 1845. 

liAimiORE (C. H.). A Plea for Tenant Right, addressed to the Tenant Farmers of 
Hertfordshire. (Ath. Coll. vol. 277.) 8« London, 1848. 

Reply. — see Shelley (J. V.). 

Laitin (Patrick). Observations on Dr. Duigenan's " Fair Representation of the pre- 
sent political state of Ireland," and strictures on a pamphlet entitled the " Case of 
Ireland reconsidered." (Union Coll. vol. 12.) S° London, 1800. 

Lawrence (Robert French). Examination of the Theories of Absolution and Confession 
lately propounded at Oxford. (Ath. Coll. vol. 291.) 8® Oxford, 1847. 

Laurie (Sir Peter). " Killing no Murder," or the effects of Separate Confinement on 
the bodily and mental condition of Prisoners. (Ath. ColL vol. 217.) 8^ London, 

La Valleite — ^Two Letters : one from the Bishop of Blois to La Vallette, with promises 
and threatenings to prevent his turning Protestant, the other from La Vallette to 
the Clergy of Blois on the gross errors of their Church, done into Finglish by T. 
Hale. (Cath. Cont. vol. 13.) 49 London, 1701. 

Law — ^Fourth Report of the Society for promoting the Amendment of the Law. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 240.) 8° (London), 1847. 

Supplement to the Report of the Committee on Legal Education, containing 

the Evidence of Kaumensentz. (Ath. Coll. vol. 240.) 8^ London, 1847. 

see also Evans. 

Letter to the Lord Advocate on the Procedure in the Court of Session and Jury 

Trials. (Ath. CoU. voL 275.) 8^ Edinburgh, 1849. 

«30 TRACTS. 

Law — On making and digesting the Law.— eee Brougham. 

Law Reform. — see Phillimore. 

Law Socobtt— Report of the Council, May, 1847. (Ath. Coll. vol. 287.) S9 (London). 

Layman's Religion : The True Cauaee of all our Miaeries discovered in their Yiable 
£ffect8. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) i° London, 1690. 

Lay Tracts for the Times, addressed to the Landed Proprietary and Lay Members of the 
Universities, by Q. (Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) S^ (London, 1836). 

Lb Bkau (Jean Francois) — Memoire pour Messire Jean F. le Beau, Cur6 de la Pannsse 
de S. Hilaire de Sens, accuse. (Gibbon ColL vol. 3.) 49 Paris, 1753. 

Les (Samuel.) Remarks on the Sermon of Dr. Pusey lately preached at Oxford. fTraci. 
Cont. vol. 14.) BP London, 1843. 

[L*£1btranob (Sir Roger)]. An Account of the Growth of Knavery under the pretended 
fears of Arbitrary Government and Popery. (Gibbon Coll. voL 23.) 4^ London, 

[ ] The Observator for March 10, 1681. (Tracts on the Popish Hot.) 

Levbrkus (William). An authentic Interpretation of the Guarantee of England and 
France, with reference to the Duchy of Schleswig, from documentary sources, trans- 
lated with Remarks by £. P. Cokjuhoun. (Ath. Coll. vol. 280.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Liberty and Equality — ^Thoughts on Liberty and Equality. (Union Coll. yoL 9.) 8^ 
DubHn, 1793. 

Liberty of the Press — Letters on the subject of the Liberty of the Press, first published 
in the paper of The World. (Union CoU. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1790. 

Libraribs (Public). — see Edwards. 

LiBRi (M.). R6pon8e au Rapport de M. Boucly, publi6 dans le Moniteur. (Ath. CoIL 
vol. 269.) 8° Londres, 1848. 

LiBBio. — see Nickau. 

Life Boat — Description of the patent Kamptulicon Life Boat, built under the direction 
of Lieut. G. Walter. (Ath. CoU. voL 190.) 8<^ London, 1844. 

LiFFORD (Viscount). Thoughts on the present state of Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 256.) 
89 London, 1849. 

LiLBURN (John). The Picture of the Council of State held forth to the people of Eng- 
land, by John Lilbum, Thomas Prince, and Richard Overton, now prisoners in the 
Tower of London. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 15.) 4° London, 1649. 

LnrooLN Collboe — Correspondence between the Bishop of Oxford and the Rector of 
Lincoln on the Bishop's claim to license the Chaplains of linooln CoUege. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 247.) 8° London, 1848. 

LiNBN Trade — Proposals for building in every County a Working Almshouse, or Hospi- 
tal, to perfect the Trade and Manu&ctory of Linnen Cloth, by R. H. (Gibbon 
CoU. vol. 21.) 40 London, 1677. 

LnfWOOD (William). Remarks on Classical Scholarship and Distinctions in the Univra'- 
sity of Oxford. (Ath. CoU. vol. 188.) 8° Oxford, 1845. 

Litton (Edward Arthur). Sermon on John iii. 5, in reference to the Decision in the 
case of Gorham v. Bishop of Exeter. (Ath. Coll. vol. 294.) 8^ London, 1850. 

LrruROT of thb Church of ENOLAin) — Vindication. — see Hammond. 

Rubrics of the Liturgy. — see Benson; Wickham. 

On the Offertory without Communion. — see Wickham. 

On closing the Service with the Sermon. — see James (W.) 

On Alterations in. — see Convocation. 

Tottenham Churches : Statement of Proceedings in reference to the proposed 

changes in the Church Service. (Tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1844. 
Revise the Liturgy, by a Peer. (Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) 8° London, 1846. 

Plain considerations on a Return to Rubrical conformity, chiefly addressed to the 

Laity, with some suggestions to the Clergy. (Tract. Cont. vol 13.) 8° London, 

Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the approaching tercentenary of 

the English Prayer- Book, and the fiSstablishment of the Reformation in England, by 
the Bii^op of Gibraltar. (Ath. ColL voL 251.) 8^ London, 1848. 

TRACTS. 281 

LrruBOT, (conHwuied) — ^The IMrectorie.— «ee Hammond. 

Liturgy of the Scotch Episcopal Church. — see Russell. 

[Liverpool (Charles Jenkinson, Earl of)]. A Discourse on the Conduct of the Govern- 
ment of Great Britain in respect to Neutral Nations during the present War. 
(Gihbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4<^ London, 1759. 

Llotd (George). Observations on the Economy of the Public Health. (Ath. Coll. vol. 
253.) 8^ London, 1848. 

[Llotd (William), Bp. of Worcester]. Seasonable Discourse, shewing the necessity of 
maintaining the Established Religion in opposition to Popery. (Cath. Cont. vols. 
6 and 10.) 4° London, 1673. 

1 Reasonable Defence of the Seasonable Discourse, &c. (Cath. Cont. vol. 10.) 

4<> London, 1674. 

] The Difference between the Church and Court of Rome considered, in 

some Reflections on a Dialogue entituled a ** Conference between two Protestants and 
a Papist. (Cath. Cont. vol. 10.) 4° London, 1674. 

-] The late Apology in behalf of the Papists reprinted and answered in behalf 

of the Royalists. (Cath. Cont. vol. 10.) 4° London, 1675. 

^1 Lex Talionis ; or the Author of Naked Truth [Herbert Crofb] stript naked. 

(Cath. Cont. vol. 10.) 4° London, 1676. 

] Considerations touching the true way to suppress Popery in this kingdom, 

by making a Distinction between Men of Loyal and Disloyal Principles in that 
conmiunion. (Cath. Cont. vol. 10.) 4^ London, 1677. 

Sermon at the Funeral of Sir Edmundbury Gk)dfrey, who was barbarously 

murthered. (Cath. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1678. 

[ 1 A Letter to Dr. Sherlock, in Vindication of that part of Josephus* History 

whicn gives an account of Jaddus the High Priest's submitting to Alexander whilst 
Darius was livmg. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 23.) 4° London, 1691. 

Discom'se of God's Ways of disposing of Kingdoms. Part 1. (Cath. Cont. 

vol. 7.) 4° London, 1691. 

Locks (Joseph). Railway Gauge : Letter to Lord John Russell on avoiding the Evils 
of Mixed Gauge Railways. (Ath. Coll. vol. 261.) 8^ London. 

LoMBARDT. — see Bowyer. 

Austrian Assassinations in. — see Azeglio. 

Loinx)N — ^The City .Alarum, or the Week of our Miscarriages, which have hitherto 
obstructed our proceedings, whereunto is annexed a Treatise on Excise. (Gibbon 
CoU. vol. 22.) 4° London, 1645. 

An Apology for the Builder ; or a Discourse shewing the cause and efifocts of 

the Encrease of Building [On the trade of London]. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4^^ 
London, 1689. 

The Representative of London and Westminster in Parliament examined and 

considered. (Gibbon ColL vol. 10.) i? London, 1702. 

The City Struggle ; a Satire occasioned by the late Election of a Lord Mayor. 

(Gibbon CoU. vol. 10.) 4° London, 1740. 

Association for the relief of Destitution in the Metropolis : First Annual Report. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 199.) S^ London, 1844. 

Metropolitan Bridges and Westminster Improvements. (Ath. Coll. vol. 201.) 

8^ London, 1845. 

LoNOLET (Charles Thomas), Bp. of Ripon. Chai^ge to the Clergy of his Diocese. 
(Chu^;es, vol. 8.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Lord (James). Popery at Madeira, or Account of the Persecution of Dr. Kalley and 
other Protestants. (Ath. Coll. vol. 202.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Lucas (Samuel). The causes and consequences of National Revolutions among the 
Ancients and the Modems compared. [Sheldonian Prize Essay.] (Ath. Coll. voL 
200.) S^ London, 1845. 

LUHACT — On the Conduct of the Metropolitan Commissioners of Lunacy. — see Perceval. 

^— The Madhouse System. — see Paternoster. 

Colney Hatoh Asylum. — see Conolly. 

Ltall (John Edwardes). Discourse on the nature and study of the Laws of India. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 275.) S^ Not published. London, 1849. 

232 TBACTS. 

Lyon — Recueil de Pieces et Mf moires conoernant le Rdglement A &ire entre la Juris- 
diction de la conservation de Lyon et les Jurisdictions Consolaires. (Gibbon GolL 
vol. 1.) 40 Paris, 1759. 

Ltttelton (Lord). Letter to Ernest Hawkins on the principles of the Society for the 
propagation of the Gospel, with regard to Emigrants. (Ath. Coll. vol. 251.) 8° 
London, 1849. 

M. (J.). An Argument or Debate in Law of the great question concerning the Militia^ 
as it is now settled by Ordinance of Parliament. (C^vil War Tracts.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1642. 

M. (T.) — see Medicine. 

Maberlt (l^frs.). The present State of Ireland and its remedy. (Ath. Coll. voL 213.) 
8° London, 1847. 

Macaire (Professor). On the Direction assumed by Plants. (Misc. ColL vol. 8.) 4^ 
London, 1848. 

" Macaulay'8 (T. B.) History of England." Reply. — see Harrington. 

MacDonnell (Eneas). Irish Sufferers and Anti-Irish Philosophers, their pledges and 
performances. (Ath. CoU. vol. 210.) 8° London, (1847). 

-— ^— Roman Catholic Opposition to a State-Endowment of the Roman Catholic Clergy 
of Ireland. (Ath. CoU. vol. 213.) 89 London, 1847. 

M'Geachy (F. Alleyne). Speech on the third reading of the Maynooth CoU^e BilL 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 192.) 8<> London, 1845. 

Maooregob (John). Financial Reform, Letter to the Citizens of Glasgow, with an 
Introduction and Notes. (Ath. CoU. vol. 278.) S^ London, 1849. 

Maokat (Alexander). Electoral Districts on the Basis of the Population, an Inquiry 
into the working of the Reform BUI. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 8^ London, 1848. 

The Crisis in Canada ; or Vindication of Lord Elgin in reference to the Rebel- 

lion Losses BiU. (Ath. CoU. vol. 285.) S^ London, 1849. 

Mackenzie (Sir George). Vindication of the Government in Scotland, during the 
reign of King Charles n. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 15.) 4^ London, 1691. 

M'Knioht (James). The Ulster Tenants* Claim of Right, an original grant from the 
British Crown. (Ath. CoU. vol. 254.) S^ Dublin, 1848. 

[Mackworth (Sir Humphrey)]. A brief Account of the Tack, in a Letter to a Friend, 
[relating to the Sacramental Test]. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 15.) 4^ London, 1705. 

see also Mines. 

MACLEOD (John Macpherson). Remarks on some popular objections to the present 
Income Tax. (Ath. CoU. vol. 264.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Maddison (Sir Ralph). England's Looking in and out, presented to the High Court 
of ParUament, by R(alph] M[addison], Knt. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 24.) i^ London, 

Great Britain's Remembrancer looking in and out, tending to the encrease of 

Monies of the Conmionwealth, presented to his Highness we Lord Protector. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 24.) 4° London, 1655. 

Madeira, Popish Persecution at. — see Lord. 

Magnetism. — see Electricity. 

Maier (Michael). De Circulo Physico Quadrate hoc est Auro, ejusque Virtute Medi- 
dnaU. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 19.) 4° Oppenheim, 1616. 

Maimonides — Two Lectures on the Life and Writings of Mumonides, with a List 
of his Works, Notes, &c., by A. Benisch. (Ath. CoU. vol. 237.) 89 London, 

Maitland (J. G.). Church Leases. (Ath. CoU. vol. 247.) 89 London, 1849. 

MAiTLAin) (S. R.). Ecclesiastical History Society : a Statement of its recent proceed 
ings, [relative to its PubUcation of strype's Cranmei]. (Ath. Coll. voL 269.) 8^ 
London, 1849. 

Maunb (William). Plan for additional National Defences. (Ath. CoU. vol. 219.) 89 
London, 1848. 

Mallalieu (Alfred). Rosas and his Calumniators : the justice of a triple aUiance 
Intervention of England, France, and BrazU in the affiurs of the River Plate. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 197.) 8^ London, 1845. 

TRACTS. 233 

Malmbsburt (The Earl of). Reviaioii of the Game Laws, a Letter to %r George Qrey. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 275.) S^ London, 1848. 

Maltnes ((Jerard). The Center of the Circle of Commerce ; or a Refutation of a Trea- 
tise intituled the '' Circle of Commerce, by E. M. [Edward Misselden]. (Qibbon 
Coll. vol. 23.) 4^ London, 1623. 

Makchester (The Duke of). Part of a Speech in the House of Lords against the 
Maynooth Grant. (Ath. Coll. vol. 192.) S^ London, 1845. 

Manchester Bishopric Bill — Speech of £. Uorsman on. (Ath. Coll. vol. 221.) 8^ 
London, 1847. 

Mantell (Gideon Algernon). Notes of a Microscopical Examination of the Chalk 
and Flint of the South-East of Enghuid. (Misc. Coll. vol. 12.) 8^ London, 

BCariaita (Johannes). De Ponderibus et Mensuris. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 8^ 
Madrid, 1599. 

Mariner's Compass, Deviation of. — see Boss. 

Mariottt (L.). The Age we live in, a mock-heroic lecture — Bull and Nongtongpaw, or 
national characteristics. (Ath. CoU. vol. 200.) S° London, 1845. 

Markham rWilliam), Abp. of York — Paraphrase on his Sermon preached before the 
Society for propagating the GJospel, February 21, 1777. 8® London, 1777. 

Marriage with a deceased Wife's Sister : 

Letters of several of the Bishops on the subject. (Ath. Coll. vol. 203.) 8^ 

London, 1845. 

Letters of several Bishops on the subject, with Remarks by George A. Crowder. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 240.) S^ London, 1846. 

Letters in fiivour of a Repeal of the Law against it, by Champneys, Dale, 

Gumey, H. Montagu ViUiers, and W. F. Hook. (Ath. CoU. vol. 274.) 8<^ Lon 
don, 1849. 

see also Hayward ; HoUingworth ; Hope ; Perceval ; Wray . 

Harsdsn (J. B.). Is Dr. Hampden fairly treated? a Speech at a meeting of the 
Clergy at Aylesbury. (Ath. CoU. vol. 246.) 8° London, 1848. 

Marsden (Thomas). Roman CathoHcks uncertain whether there be any True Priests 
or Sacraments in the Church of Rome. (Cath. Cont. vol. 4.) 4^ London, 1688. 

Marshall (John). Vaccination considered in relation to the Public Health. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 236.) 8° London, 1847. 

Marshall (Thomas WiUiam). Letter to the Rev. Cecil Wray on his " Address" to 
the Congregation of St. Martin's, Liverpool. (Ath. CoU. vol. 223.) 8° London, 

Martin (John). Thames and MetropoUs Improvement Plan, First Division, "On 
Drainage and Sewage Manure." (Ath. Coll. vol. 233.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Thames and MetropoUs Improvement Plan. (Ath. CoU. vol. 283.) 8° Lon- 
don, 1849. 

Reprint of the Report of the Committee on his Plan for rescuing the River 

Thames from poUution m 1836. (Ath. CoU. vol 283.) S° (London, 1849). 
Plan for VentUating Coal Mines. (Ath. CoU. vol. 286.) 8° 1849. 

Martin (R. Montgomeiy). Opium in China, extracted from his " China, political, com- 
mercial, and Social." (Ath. CoU. vol. 229.) S^ (London), 1847. 

[ ] The Sugar Question, in relation to Free Trade and Protection. (Ath. CoU. 

vol. 265.) 8° London, 1848. 

Masrell (William). Letter to WiUiam Gk)ode [on Regeneration in Baptism]. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 251.) 8® London, 1848. 

A first Letter on the present position of the High Church Party in the Church 

of England : Tlie Royal Supremacy and the Authority of the Judicial Committee. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 298.) 8° London, 1850. 

A Second Letter : The Want of Dogmatic Teaching in the Reformed EngHsh 

Church. (Ath. CoU. vol. 298.) BP London, 1850. 
Reply. — see Irons. 

Massacre of St. Bartholomew — Warning peeoe for London, being a true relation of 
the Bloody Massacre of the Protestants in Paris by the Papists and Cavileen. (Civil 
War Tracts.) i^ London, 1642. 

SITP. h h 

234 TRACTS. 

Massinoberd (F. C). Letter to the Rev. William Qoode, ahowing that the opinions 
of Cranmer, Bidley, and Buoer, concerning Holy Baptism were opposed to those con- 
tained in a Letter of Peter Martyr, latdy published by him, with Commoits on 
his Inferences from that letter. (Ath. CoU. vol. 299.) 8^ London, 1850. 

Mathied (P. P.). Auto-Photography, or mode of reproducing by Liffht, drawingSy 
lithographs, engravings, &c., without the Daguerreotype, tranuated by Jos. 
M'Meadows. (Ath. Coll. vol. 269.) S"^ Dublin, 1847. 

Mats'ha'fa Tomab, an ^thiopic MS., Remarks on. — see Beke. 

Matbon (Henry James). Remarks on the Slave Trade and African Squadron. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 263.) 8° London, 1848. 

Maurice (Frederick D.). Thoughts on the Rule of Conscientious Subtcription, on the 
purpose of the 39 Articles, and on our present perils from the Romish Syston. 
(Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 8° Oxford, 1845. 

Letter to a Non-Resident Member of Convocation on the New Statute and 

Mr. Ward. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 8° Oxford, 1845. 

Letter on the attempt to defeat the Nomination of Dr. Hampden. (Athu ColL 

vol. 246.) S^ London, 1847. 

Mat (Thomas Erskine). Remarks and Suggestions for the dispatch of Public Bosinfia 
in Parliament. (Ath. Coll. vol. 275.) S^ London, 1849. 

Matnooth College Endowment : 

Review of the Maynooth Endowment Bill, shewing its fiital tendenciea. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 192.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Maynooth, the Crown and the Country, or a Protest against the Endowment 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 192.) 8<^ London, 1845. 

Letter to the Archbishop and Bishops on the Endowment of Maynooth. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 192.) 8° London, 1845. 

The Continuation of any Grant for the Education of the Romish Priesthood a 

national Sin. (Ath. Coll. vol. 192.) 8^^ London, 1845. 

The Maynooth Endowment vindicated on the ground of Religious Princi|^ 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 192.) 8° London, 1845. 

Common-Sense v. Bigotiy, or Reasons for supporting the Parliamentary Qruit 

to Maynooth. (Ath. Coll. vol. 192.) 89 London, 1845. 

Letter to Richard Sheil on the Education Grants by Anglo-Catholicus. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 207.) 8° London, 1847. 

see also Brown ; Colquhoun ; Hatherell; Horsley ; M'Qeachy ; D. of Manchester; 

Perceval ; Smith (Sir C. E.) ; Whately. 

Matnwarinoe (Everard). — see Tobacco. 

Matow (Mayow Wynell). Letter to the Rev. William Maskell : How fistr the Judicial 
Committee commits the Church of England by its Decision. (Ath. ColL voL 298.) 
8° London, 1850. 

MAZzna (Joseph). Italy, Austria, and the Pope, a Letter to Sir James Qraham. (Ath. 
Coll. vol 191.) 8° London, 1845. 

Mechi (I. J.). Experience in Drainage, with his Letters zvn-xx. &o. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 224.) 8° London, 1847. 

Medical Retorm — ''Sir James Graham's Bill" — Address by the Society of Apothe- 
caries to the General Practitioners on its provisions. (Ath. Coll. vol. 198.) 8^ 
London, 1844. 

see also Forbes; Quain ; Simpson. 

Medical Reform a public Question, or how to save twenty thousand lives per annum, by 
a Physician. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) 8° London, 1849. 

Medicine — A Letter concerning the present state of Physick and the Regulation of the 
practice of it in this Kingdom, by T. M. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 19.) 4^ Lcmdon, 

Exposition d'un plan propose pour les Malades de rH6tel Dieo. 

(Gibbon CoU. vol. 8.) 4^^ Paris, 

Lettres sur les Disputes qui se sont elevees entre les Medecins et les 

Chirurgiens. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 8.) 4° [Rouen], 1788. 

Medowh (Sir Philip). Observations concerning the Dominion and Sovereignty of the 
Seas. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 17) 4° London, 1689. 

TRACTS. 235 

Mklgukd (Lord). Remarks on the Government Scheme of National Education, as 
applied to Scotland. (Ath. Coll. voL 250.) 8° Edinburgh, 1848. 

Meller (T. W.). Dr. Pusey and the Fathers, or comparison of the Doctrine in the 
Sermon of the former with Writers of the first five Centuries. (Tract. Cont. 
vol. 14.) 8° London, 1843. 

Melvtll (Heniy). Regeneration in Holy Baptism the doctrine of the Church. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 298.) 8° London, 1850. 

Menteath (Sir J. S.). A few notes on Scotch Fir and Larch. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 
8° London, 1848. 

Merchant — The Character and Qualifications of an honest loyal Merchant. (Gibbon 
CoU. vol. 21.) 4° London, 1686. 

The Merchant's Avizo. — see Browne. 

Merewetheb (Francis). Letter to the Bishop of London on a National CoUection on 
the Epiphany for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. (Ath. Coll. vol. 202.) 
8^ London, 1845. 

Mebvtn (Sir Audley). Speech delivered to His Grace James, Duke of Ormond, Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland, 13th Feb., 1662, containing the sum of Afibirs in Ireland. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) i° Dublin and London, 1662. 


Ejcamination of. — see Forbes. 

Facts in Clairvoyance. — see Ashbumer. 

Cure of a Cancer with. — see Elliotson. 

Metaxa (Count George). Reply to the Pamphlet of A. B. Cochrane on the ''State of 
Greece." (Ath. Coll. vol. 242.) 8° London, 1847. 

Mill (James). Commerce Defended, an answer to the alignments by which Mr. Spence, 
Mr. Cobbett, and others, have attempted to prove that Conmierce is not a source <^ 
National Wealth. (Tracts S. vol. 6.) S^ London, 1808. 

Mill (W. H.). Letter to a Clergyman on the theological character of Dr. Hampden's 
Bampton Lectures. (Ath. Coll. vol. 245.) S^ London, 1848. 

Mills (Arthur). Systematic Colonization. (Ath. Coll. vol. 228.) 8^ London, 1847. 

MiLNES (Richard Monckton). The Events of 1848, in their relation to Great Britain ; 
a Letter to the Marquis of Lansdowne. (Ath. CoU. vol. 258.) 8^ London, 1849. 

MiLROT (Gavin). Quarantine and the Plague, a summary of the Report addressed to 
the Royal Academy of Medicine in France, with notes, &c. (Ath. CoU. vol. 236.) 
S^ London, 1846. 

Mdtes — Articles of Agreement and Subscription between Prince Rupert and others, 
Undertakers for working the Mines Royal in the Counties of Cardigan and Merioneth. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 20.) 4° London. 1670. 

The Case of Sir Humphry Mackworth, and of the Mine Adventurers, with 

respect to the Proceedings of several Justices of the Peace for the County of Gla- 
morgan. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 20.) 4° London, 1705. 

Articles of Agreement concluded in the year 1720 between the Governor and 

Company of Copper Miners and Thomas Chambers, John Essington, and others. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol 13.) 4<> London, 1725. 

On Mines and Minerals. — see Plattes. 

see also Coal Mines. 

Mineral Waters. — see Bauhin ; Halberstadt. 

Mint (The) — Correspondence relating to. — see Brande. 

[Mibselden (Edward)]. The Circle of Commerce, or the Balance of Trade in defence of 
Free Trade, by E. M. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 24.) 4<> London, 1623. 

Refutation. — see Malynes. 

MisaiONART (Choroh) Society — Objection against. — see Thomas. 

Defence of. — see Rickards ; Wilson. 

Moberlt (George). The proposed Declaration and Degradation considered, in a Letter 
to the Master of BaUiol College. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 8° Oxford, 1845. 

MODENA — A Discourse of the Dukedom of Modena. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 11.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1674. 

286 TBACTS. 

MOLBIOH (C). Le Buoh^ de Sleerig dans aes rapporta historiquea avec le Danemaik et 
le Holfltein, tndaction du Danois. (Ath. CoU. vol. 280.) 8P Paris, 1847. 

MoiRA (Earl). Interesting Letter to Colonel MacMahon on a change of His Mijeity*8 
Ministers, with Mr. Fox's Letter to the Colonel. (Union CoU. voL 9.) 8^ London, 


see also Ireland (Union). 

MONAQHAN Literary Society— First Report. (Ath. Coll. voL 199.) ^ 1845. 

Monarcho-Republicanism : Why does the History of the World present a oontiniied 
oscillation between Monarchical and Republican Forms of Govemmentt (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 270.) 8® London, 1848. 

Monk (James Henry), Bishop of Qloucester. Chaxge to the Clergy of his Diocese. 
(Charges, vol. 5.) 8° London, 1844. 

' Charge to the Clergy ot his Diocese. (Charges, vol. 8.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Horfield Manor : Letter to each of the Rural Deans in the Diocese of Gloucester 

and Bristol, by the Bishop, [not published]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 247.) S^ (Glou- 
cester), 1848. 

Monro (Edward). A Few Words on the spirit in which men are meeting the present 
Crisb in the Church : a Letter to Roundell Pahner. (Ath. ColL vol 298.) 8^ 
Oxford, 1850. 

Montagu (Basil). Thoughts on the Conduct of the Understanding. (Ath. Coll. vol. 
288.) 129 London, 1848. 

Moon (Robert). Fresnel and his followers : Reply to the Calumnies of the " Athe- 
n»um." (Ath. Coll. vol 286.) S^ Cambridge, 1849. 

MoRiN (Thomas) and Nicholas Jennings. A Proposal for the encouragement of Sea- 
men. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 17.) 4<> London, 1697. 

Morris (Edward). Suggestions for a Reformation in the Church of England, and for 
the Education of the People. (Ath. Coll. vol. 247.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Morrison (James). Observations on the defects of the English System of Railway 
Le^slation. (Ath. Coll. vol. 230.) 8° London, 1846. 

Morse (Arthur). Observations on the Law of Settlement. (Ath. Coll. vol. 240.) 8° 
Norwich, 1846. 

MoBSE (R. B.). Ireland, its state, its evils, and its remedies, a Letter to the Eari of 
Roden. (Ath. Coll. vol. 256.) 8° London, 1849. 

Mouse grown a Rat ; or the Story of the City and Country Mouse, newly transposed in 
a Dialogue betwixt Bays, Johnson, and Smith. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 9.) 49 London, 

MuRCHisoN (Sir Roderick Impey). Address to the Dudley and Midland Geological 
Society. (Misc. Coll. vol. 12.) 8° , 1842. 

" Murcuison's Geology of Russia," Remarks on. — see Cockbum. 

Murphy (Edward W.). Chloroform in the Practice of Midwifeiy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) 
8® London, 1848. 

MuRRAT (Robert). Ireland, its present condition, and future prospects. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 213.) 8® Dublin, 1847. 

MuRRAT (T. B.). Accotmt of the proceedings of the five original members of the 
Society for Promoting Christian Knowlec^, in March, 1698-9. (Ath. CoU. voL 
291.) 129 London, 1849. 

MuSGRAVB (Thomas), Abp. of York. Charge delivered to the Clergy of his Diocese, 
[Hereford]. (Charges, vol. 5.) 8° London, 1845. 

Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Chai^ges, vol. 10.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Music (Church) — On its Importance. — see Druitt. 

Naper (J. L. W.). On Reproductive Employment. (Ath. CoU. vol. 212.) 8** Dublin, 


The present circumstances of the Union of OldcasUe, submitted to the Com- 

mittees on the Irish Poor Laws. (Ath. Coll vol. 257.) 8^ Dublin, 1849. 

Napier (Sir Charles James). Letter to Sir J. Hobhouse on the Baggage of the Indian 
Army, (Ath. Coll. vol. 276.) 8° London, 1849. 

Comments on. — see Burlton (W.) 

TRACTS. 287 

Nafisr (Sir William). Six Letters, in yindieation of the British Army, exposing the 
calumnies of the Liverpool Financial Reform Association. (Ath. Coll. vol. 276.) 
8^ London, 1849. 

Naples — ^Traite du Droit H6r6ditaire appartenant au Dnc de la Tremoille au Royaume 
de Naples. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4° Paris, 1648. 

Sketch of a Constitution for. — see Holland (Lord). 

National Club — Addresses to the Protestants of the Empire. First Series. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 248.) 8° London, 1848. 

Third Series [on Popish Education in England supported by the State.] 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 248.) 8° London, 1848. 

National Debt — ^A State of the National Debt as it stood December 24, 1716, 
compared with the debt at Michaelmas, 1725. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 13.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1727. 

^— Financial Reform imperative : or Remarks on the possibility of an equitable 
adjustment of the National Debt. (Ath. Coll. vol. 264.) 8^^ London, 1848. 

see Finance. 

National Defences — Certaine Orders meete to be observed upon any Foraine Inva- 
sion for those shires that lye upon the Sea Coastes. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 16.) 4^ 
London, 1642. 

" He would not neglect the Defence of the Country^" what Sir Robert Peel has 

to do to fulfil that promise. (Ath. Coll. vol. 190.) 8° London, 1845. 

A few Words on the Defence of the Country from Invasion, by an Officer. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 219.) 8° London, 1846. 

On the necessity of a general Arming in England by a permanent organization 

analogous to that of the Anglo-Saxon Period. (Ath. Coll. vol. 219.) 8° London, 

Convict Treatment, and National Defences, by W. H. K. (Ath. ColL vol. 219.) 

8° London, 1847. 

Thoughts on National Defence, by W. B. (Ath. Coll. vol. 219.) 8^ London, 


see Burton ; Hill ; Malins ; Weale. 

Organized Special Constables. — see Gawler. 

National Gallebt — The Abuses of, with the Letters of "A. G.," of "the Oxford 
Graduate," &c., and Remarks by Yerax. (Ath. Coll. vol. 239.) 8^ London, 

Stray Leaves, supposed to have escaped from the custody of Punch. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 289.) 8° London, 1847. 

Unfitness for its purpose. — see Eastlake. 

On Minutes of the Trustees. — see Coningham. 

Picture Cleaning there. — see Coningham. 

National Society (The). — see Page. 

Navigation, Treatise on. — see Gander ; Harris. 

Navigation Laws — Short Review of the History of the Navigation Laws of England 
from the earliest times, by a Barrister. (Ath. Coll. vol. 272.) 8^ London, 

Some Observations on the Importance of the Navigation Laws, by a Member of 

Parliament. (Ath. Coll. vol. 272.) 8^^ London, 1849. 

(Repeal of the) — " Are the Lords the Friends of the People ?" a question 

suggested by the Bill for the Repeal of the Navigation Laws, by an £x-M.P. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 272.) 8° London, 1849. 

See Campbell; Harle; Labouchere; Ogilvy. 

Navt of England — State of the Navy considered in relation to Victualling, particu- 
larly in the Straits and West Indies, with Thoughts on the mismanagement of the 
Admiralty. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 17.) 4° London, 1699. 

Observations on a Pamphlet touching the present condition of Navy and 

Victualling, with some particular Remarks on the Author. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 17 ) 
49 London, 1700. '' 

288 TRACTS. 

Navt of England — Historical and Political TreatiBe of the Navy. (Gibbon OoD. 
vol. 17.) 40 London, 1708. 

A Voyage to the Antipodes, a Simile : in a Dialogue between Remarqiio, a 

Member of the English Flying Squadron, and a Sayler. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 17^ 4^ 
London, 1703. 

Inquiry into the causes of our Naval Miscarriages, with some Thoughts on the 

way of manning the Fleet. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 17.) i° London, 1707. 

Other Works relative to the State of the English Navy between 1690 and 

1700. — see Gander; Hodges; Medows; Morin; Bowe; St. Lo. 

Proposal in behalf of the Seamen of the Kingdom, and for their better encou- 

ragement to seek service in the Royal Navy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 21 8.) 8^ (London, 1845). 
Some Observations on the present state of the Navy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 190.) 

8° London, 1844. 

Remarks on the Naval Administration of Great Britain sinoe 1815, with a 

Pre&ce by Admiral Bowles. (Ath. Coll. vol. 218.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Suggestions for the benefit of the British Navy. (Ath. Coll. voL 290.) 8^ 

London, 1849. 

Observations on Naval affiurs, 1847. — see Dundonald. 

Establishment of Navigation Institutions at the outports, 1845. — see Shaipe. 

— The Naval Strength of France. — see Joinville. 

Nayt Surgeons — Exposition of the case of the Assistant Surgeons of the Royal Navy, 
by a Naval Medical Officer. (Ath. CoU. vol. 267.) 8<^ London, 1849. 

Nralb (Edward Vansittart). Thoughts on the Registration of the Title to Land, 
its advantages, and the means of effecting it. (Ath. Coll. vol. 275.) 8^ London, 

Neale (J. M.). A few words of hope on the present Crisis of the English Chnrdi. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 803.) 129 London, 1850. 

Neander (Augustus). The Theology of Thomas Arnold, its importance and bearing 
on the present state of the Church ; translated. (Ath. Coll. vol. 220.) 8^ Cam- 
bridge, 1846. 

Neate (Charles). Remarks on a late Decision of the Judges as Visitors of the Inns of 
Court, [A. Hayward's Case]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 273.) 8° London, 1848. 

Neibon (F. G. p.). Statistics of Crime in England and Wales, for 1842-4. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 217.) S^ London, 1847. 

Nelson (T.). Remarks on the Slavery and Slave Trade of the Brazils. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 229.) 8° London, 1846. 

" Neptune" (The Planet) — [Two] Special Reports of Proceedings in the [Cambridge] 
Observatory relative to the new Planet, by J. Challis. (Misc. Coll. vol. 8.) 4" 

No. 9 of vol. 7 of the Reports of the Astronomical Society, [oontaininff Pro- 
fessor Airy's account of its discovery by Le Yerrier and Adams]. (Ath. CoS. voL 
238.) 8® London, 1846. 

see Sheepshanks. 

Nevile (Christopher). Com and Currency, in a Letter to A. Alison. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 236.) 8° London, 1846. 

The Justice and Expediency of Tenant-Right Legislation considered. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 212.) 8® London, 1848. 

Newdeoate (C. N.). Letter to the Right Hon. H. Labouchere on the Balance of 
Trade during the last four years. (Ath. Coll. vol. 272.) 8^ London, 1849. 

New Foeest — On the State of. — see Hill. 

Newman (Francis W.). Appeal to the Middle Classes on the urgent necessity of 
nimierous Radical Reforms, financial and organic. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) 89 Lon- 
don, 1848. 

Newport, Isle of Wight — Parochial Condition of, — see Tumbull. 

New Zealand — Plan of the Association for founding the Settlement of Canterbury in 
New Zealand. (Ath. CoU. vol. 252.) 8"^ London, 1848. 

Remarks on. — see Fitzroy. 

Nice (Second Council of). — see Comber (T.) 

TRACTS. 289 

NiCKAU (H. F.). Hydro-heteropat^, a new treatment for the cure of Chronic and 
most acute complaints, after the Kationale of Professor Liebig. (Ath. Coll. vol. 267.) 
8° London, 1848. 

Nicolas (Sir N. Harris). Animadversions on the Library and Catalogues of the British 
Museum, a Reply to Panizzi's Statement. (Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8^ London, 1846. 

see British Museum. 

Nixon (Christoper Nugent). Observations on Steam Ships, and the superiority of the 
use of Iron m their coxistruction, as evidenced in the ** Nemesis" and ** Ariadne." 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 218.) 8° London, 1847. 

" Noble's Memoirs of Cromwell," Review of. — see Richards. 

NOBL (Baptist W.). The Catholic Claims ; a Letter to the Bishop of Cashel. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 202.) 8° London, 1845. 

Answer to his Essay. — see Cavendish. 

NooENT (la Comtesse de) — M6moire pour, aveo ses lettres sur sa Captivity. (Qibbon 
CoU. vol. 1.) 4° Paris, 1740. 

NoRTHAMFTON (Marouis of). Address at the Meeting of the Royal Society, December 1, 
1845. (Ath. CoU. vol. 286.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Address at the anniversaiy meeting of the Royal Society, November 80, 1846. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 243.) S^ London, 1847. 

NoRTHCOTE (J. Spencer). The Fourfold Difficulty of Anglicanism ; or the Church of 
England tested by the Nicene Creed. (Ath. doll. vol. 223.) 8^ London, 1846. 

NORTHOOTE (Stafford H.). The Case of Sir Eardley Wilmot considered. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 228.) 8° London, 1847. 

Nottidge vernu Ripley." — see ConoUy. 


Oakelet (Frederick). The subject of Tract 90 historically examined, with a view to 
ascertain the object with which the Articles of the Church were put out, and the 
sense in which they are allowed to be subscribed, with the case of Bishop Moun- 
tague. (Tract. Cont. vol. 12.) S^ London, 1845. 

. Letter to the Lord Bishop of London on a subject connected with the recent 

proceedings at Oxford. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 8° London, 1845. 

A few Words to those Churchmen, being Members of Convocation, who purpose 

taking no part in Mr. Ward's case. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 18^ London, 1845. 
Remarks on. — see Garbett. 

Gates (Titus). True Narrative of the horrid Plot and Conspiracy of the Popish Party 
agamst the life of His Sacred Majestv, the Government, and the Protestant Reh- 
gion. (Tracts on the Popish Plot.) folio. London, 1679. 

O'Briek (James Thomas), Bp. of Ossoiy, &o. Charge delivered to the Clergy of his 
Dioceses. (Charges, vol. 6.) 8^ London, 1843. 

O'Brien (William Smith). Reproductive Employment: Letters to the Landed Pro- 
prietors of Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 212.) 8^ Dublin, 1847. 

O'Brten (D.). Utrum Horum ; the Government or the Country? (Union Coll. voL 9.) 
8° Dublin, 1796. 

Observatory (Royal), Greenwich — ^Report of the Astronomer Royal [G. B. Aiiy]. 
(Misc. Coll. vol. 8.) 4° (London), 1846. 

Report of Sir James South on the Danger to the Observatory of Railway Com- 

munications through the Park. (Misc. Coll. ^ol. 8.) folio. (London), 1846. 

Observatory (Royal) of Edinburgh — Report to the Home Secretaiy on, by C. PiaEzi 
Smyth, Astronomer RoyaL (Misc. CoU. vol. 8.) 4° 1846. 

O'CoNNELL (Daniel) — ^The Judgment of Lord Denman in the case of O'Connell and 
others against the Queen, with notes, pre&ce, &c., by David Leahy. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 203.) 8° London, 1844. 

O'Connor (Arthur). Letter to Lord Castlereagh. (UnionCoU. vol. 11.) 8® Dublin, 1799. 

OoiLViB (Charles A.). Considerations on Subscription to the xxxiE. Articles, sub- 
mitted to the serious attention of Candidates for Holy Orders. (Tract. Cont. voL 12.) 
8° Oxford, 1845. 

OoiLVY (Thomas). Statistical Evidence affecting the question of the Navigation Laws. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 272.) 8® Edinburgh, 1849. 

240 TBAOTS. 

OuvKB (Edward). Sennon preaehed in St Paul's OathednJ before the Lend Mayor, 
Sunday, Oct. 23, 1698. (Gibbon Coll. voL 12.) 4^ London, 1696. 

P^ply] — A. Rowland for an Oliver, or a sharp rebuke to a saucy Levite, in 

answer to a Sermon preached by Edward Oliver before the late Lord Major, 
Oct. 22, 1698. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 12.) 4«> London, 1699. 

Omnium (Jacob), pseud. [— Higgins]. Is Cheap Sugar the Triumph of Free Trade? 
Letter to Lord John Russell. (Ath. ColL vol. 226.) 8° London, 1647. 

Is Cheap Sugar the Triumph of Free Trade ? a Seoond Letter to Loid J<^ 

Russell. (Ath. Coll. vol. 265.) 6^ London, 1848. 

The Real Bearings of the West India Question, dedicated to Lord Jolm RnawlL 

(Ath. Coll. vol 265.) 8° London, 1848. 

A third Letter to Lord John Russell, with Remarks on the Minitterial Speeches 

during the Sugar Debates. (Ath. Coll. vol. 265.) 8° Ixmdon, 1848. 

Obdnance Office. — ^Letters to the "Times'' in answer to those of "Emeritaa** on 
Ordnance Esthnates, by David. (Ath. Coll. vol. 276.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Frauds of, in 1717.— see WithalL 

Obeoon QusernoN. — ^Tracts on, by an American. (Ath. Coll. vd. 284.) 8^ New York, 

Oregon : the Cost and the Consequences, by a Disciple of the Washington 

School (Ath. CoU. vol. 234.) 8'^ Philadelphia, 1846. 
see also Falconer ; Wallace. 

Obmondb (James Butler, Duke of)— Conduct in the Campaign of 1712. (Gibbon CdL 
vol. 9.) 4° London, 1715. 

Impartial Inquiry into the Duke of Ormonde's Conduct in the Campaign of 

1712. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 9.) 4° London, 1715. 

OuvABOFF (Count). Stein and Pozzo di Borgo, as portrayed by him. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 242.) 8° London, 1847. • 

Oxford — ^The Oxford Crisis, a Word to the Wise by a Member of Magdalen College. 
(Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) 8° London, 1845. 

Suggestions for an Improvement of the Examination Statute. (Ath. CoIL 

vol. 249.) 8° Oxford, 1848. 

Classical Scholarship and Distinctions. — see Lin wood. 

— ^ The Three Examinations. — see Hussey. 

see Lincoln College. 

Page (Cyril William). Letter to the Bishop of London, on circumstances connected 
with the National Society. (Ath. Coll. vol. 220.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Palmer (Henry). Letters on the Slave Trade. (Ath. Coll. vol. 229.) 8^ London, 

Palmer (W.) — Character of the Rev. W. Palmer, of Woroester College, as a Contro- 
versialist, with reference to his charge against Dr. Wiseman. (Ath. Coll. voL 220.) 
8° London, 1843. 

Palmer (William). Considerations on the Charitable Trusts Bill. (Ath. CoU. vol. 240.) 
8° London, 1846. 

Palmxrston (Viscount). Speech to the Electors of Tiverton. (Ath. Coll. voL 216.) 
8® London, 1847. 

[Reply]. Letter to him on the '* Condition of England Question," elicited by 

his ^eech, by Snooks. (Ath. Coll. vol. 216.) B9 London, 1847. 

Paraguay — Article on Paraguay and Dr. Francia, from the " Gaceta Mercantil." 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 241.) 8° (Monte Video, 1846). 

Parallel (The), or the new specious Association, an old rebellious Covenant, dosing 
with a disparity between a True Patriot and a Factious Associator. (Tracts on the 
Popish Plot.) fol. London, 1682. 

Paris — M6moiro pour les Doyen, Sindics, et Compagnie des Conseillers du Roi, Com- 
missaires-EnquAteurs au Chatelet de Paris, centre MM. les Pr6vdt de Paris, &c 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 1.) 4® Paris, 1768. 

' Pr6ois pour les Ju|^ et Consuls de Paris contre les Pr6vdt des Marchands et 

Echevins de la mdme ville. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 1.) 4^ Paris, 1759. 

TBACTS. 241 

Pabker (Ephraim). Proposftls for a verie easie Tax in the room of the Land Tax. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 14.) 4° London, 1718. 

Pabkbr (Henry). Of a Free Trade ; a disoonrse seriously recommending to our 
Nation the benefits of a rightly governed Trade. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 24.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1648. 

Pabkeb (Heniy W.). Letters to Sir James Graham on the proceedings at the Andover 
Union. (Ath. Coll. vol. 187.) 8° London, 1846. 

Pabkin (John). The Cause of Blight and Pestilence in the Vegetable Creation. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 210.) 8° London, 1846. 

Pabliambnt — True Relation of that Memorable Parliament which wrought Wondem, 
begun at Westminster in the tenth yeare of the reigne of K. Bichard the Second* 
(Scarce Tracts.) 4° London, 1641. 

The Privileges of Parliament, which the members, army, and the kingdom 

have taken the Protestation and Covenant to maintain ; reprinted for consideration 
and confirmation, 5th January, 1659. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4^ London, 

The Ancient Land-Mark betwixt the Prince and the People of England, by the 

right of Inheritance which the Nobility and Baronage have to sit in the House of 
Peers in Parliament. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 4^ London, 1659. 

A Seasonable Speech made by a worthy Member of Parliament in the House 

of Commons concerning the Other House, March, 1659. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 15.) 
4^ Lond<»n, 1659. 

The True Englishman's Choice of Parliament-Men, in answer to a Paper 

intituled ''The Danger of Mercenary Parliaments." (Gibbon CoU. vol. 10.) 4^ 
London, 1698. 

The House of Commons. (Ath. CoU. vol. 215.) 8^ London, 1846. 

On the dispatch of Business in. — see May. 

Paternosteb (Richard). The Madhouse System. (Ath. CoU. vol. 198.) 8^ London, 

Pathology — ^AppUcation of Phjrsiology to. — see Walshe. 

[Patrick (Symon), Bp. of Ely]. Discourse about Tradition, showing what is meant by 
it, and what Tradition is to be received, and what is to be reje^ed. (Cath. Cent, 
vol. 8.) 4° London, 1685. 

[ ] The Texts examined which Papists cite out of the Bible to prove the Supre- 
macy of St. Peter and of the Pope over the whole Church. (Cath. Cont. vol. 3.) 
4° London, 1688. 

Patne (Charles Wynne). The Eastern Empire, Crown Colonies ; Ceylon. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 229.) S^ London, 1847. 

[Patne (WUliam) D.D.]. Discourse concerning the Adoration of the Host as it is 
taught and practised in the Church of Rome, in answer to T. G. and BoUeau. 
(Caih. Cont. vol. 5.) 4° London, 1685. 

- Discourse of the Sacrifice of the Mass. (Cath. Cont. vol. 5.) 4^ London, 

Peace Socutt (The). — see Perceval. 

Peace Act. — see Cooke. 

Pearson (Charles B.). Thoughts on the Management Clauses, addressed to the 
Rochester Diocesan Board of Education. (Ath. CoU. vol. 250.) 8^ London, 

Peat Charcoal. — see Rogers. 

Peel (Sir Robert). Speech, March 9, 1826, on moving for leave to bring in a BiU for 
amendment of the Criminal Law. (Tracts S. vol. 5.) 8° London, 1826. 

Speech, 20 June, 1827, on moving for leave to bring in a biU for the Better 

Recovery of Small Debts. (Tracts S. vol. 5.) 8*^ London, 1827. 

Letter to the Electors for the Borough of Tamworth. (Ath. CoU. voL 216.) 

8® London, 1847. 

see Tinmouth. 

Letter to Benjamin D'IsraeU, on his recent attack on the Minister [Sir Robert 

PeelJ by a Barrister. (Ath. CoU. vol. 215.) 8° London, 1846. 

[ ] A fragmentary chapter from the most pleasant and delectable histoxy of 

Robert the fox. (Misc. CoU. vol. 13.) 4° 1846. 
8UPP. I I 

242 TRACTS. 

Peile (Thomas Williamson). What mean we by the word Regeneration I (Ath. GolL 
vol. 803.) 18<^ London, 1860. 

Penal Laws — ^IVacts on the proposed Repeal of the Penal Laws and Tent Act bj 
James n., &c. 4^ London, 1687-9. 

Three Letters, from a Jesuit at li^e, from Father Petre, and frtim Father La 
Chese, relative to the Progress of Edigion in England, &o. 

The Anatomy of an Equivalent. 

Letter to a Dissenter upon occasion of H. M.'s late gracious declaration of Li- 

Letter containing Reflections on H. M.'s Declaration for Liberty of ConsdeDoe. 

Free Thoughts of the Penal Laws, Tests, &o. 

The Project for repealing the Penal Laws and Tests. 

To the Bishops and Clergy in Convocation at Westminster, 1690, tlie humble 
Petition of many Divines and others, of the Classical, Congregational, and 
other Persuasions. 

Concerning the Case of taking the New Oath of Fealty and Allegiance, Ac. 

Letter by Myn Heer Fagel to James Stewart, advocate, giving an account of the 
Prince and Princess of Orange's Thoughts on the Repeal of the Test and the 
Penal Laws. 

James Stewart's Answer to Fagel's Letter. 

Reflexions on Monsieur Fagel's Letter. 

Apology for the Church of England, with relation to the Spirit of Persecution for 
which she is accused. 

Seasonable Considerations [relative to the Repealing of the Test Act, &c.] 

Answer to '' A New Test of the Church of England's Loyalty." 

Letter to a Person of Quality, occasioned by the News of the ensuing Parlia- 

Second Vindication of the Magistracy and Government of England. 

Penfold (Charles). The Justice of Rating Railway Companies to the Relief of the 
Poor. (Ath. Coll. vol. 260.) 8*^ London, 1849. 

Penkethhan (John). Artachthos, or a New Booke declaring the Assize of Bread by 
Troy and Avoirdupois Weights. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 22.) 4P London, 1688. 

Pefts (Henry), Bishop of Worcester. Charge to the Candidates for Priest's and 
Deacon's Orders at the General Ordination at Worcester. (CSiaiges, vol. 6.) 8° 
London, 1844. 

Charge delivered to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, vol. 6.) 8^ London, 


Charge to the Clei^gy of his Diocese. (Charges, vol. 9.) 8® London, 1848. 

Pepts (William Hasledine). On the Respiration of the Leaves of Plants. (Misc. OoU. 
vol. 8.) 4° London, 1848. 

[Perceval (Hon. A. P.)]. The Amelioration of Ireland contemplated — 1. On the Use 
of the Irish Lansruage in Religious Worship ; 2. Repeal and iWeralism conaideied ; 
8. Ecclesiastical and Civil Grievances. (Ath. Coll. vol. 211.) 8° London, 1844-5. 

Letter to the Members of the Peace Society. (Ath. Coll. vol. 292.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1849. 

On the proposed alteration of the Law of Marriage. (Ath. Coll. vol. 274.) BP 

Leatherhead, 1849. 

Letter to the Bishop of Exeter, with Remarks on the Resolutions of the Arch- 

deacon of Chichester, and a note on Dr. Wiseman (Ath. Coll. vol. 299.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1850. 

Perceval (Dudley M.). Maynooth and the Jew Bill ; further illustrations of the Speech 
of Spencer Perceval on the Roman Catholic Question in 1805. (Ath. Coll. vol. 192 ) 
8° London, 1845. 

Perceval (John). Letter on the unjust and pettifogging conduct of the Metropolitan 
Commissioners on Lunacy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 198.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Perceval (Spencer). Copy of a Letter to the Rev. Dr. Mansel, on the subject of the 
Curates Bill. (Privately printed.) (Tracts 8. vol. 2.) 8° London, 1808. 

TEACTS. 243 

Pbter (John). Relation of the Siege of Vienna. (Qibbon CoU. vol. 11.) 4^ London, 

Peittgrew (Thomas Joseph). Aocount of a Bilinffoal Inscription taken from a Vaae 
at St. Mark, at Venice. (Misc. Coll. vol. 8.) 4° (London), 1844. 

Letter in reply to John Merewether, Dean of Hereford, on the Affiiirs of the 

British Archaeological Association. (Ath. Coll. vol. 199.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Pfeil (Adolph R.). The Anglo-French Intervention in the River Plate, with refer- 
ence to the negociations under Lord Howden. (Ath. Coll. vol. 241.) 8° London, 

[Philifs (George)]. The Interest of England in the preservation of Ireland, humbly 
presented to the Parliament of England by G. P. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 49 Lon- 
don, 1689. 

Phillimobe (John G«orge). Letter on the article, " Robert Phillimore's Lyttelton,*' 
in the Quarterly Review. (Ath. Coll. vol. 237.) 8° London, 1846. 

• Thoughts on Law Reform and the Law Review. (Ath. Coll. vol. 240.) 8^ 

London, 1847. 

Letter to the Lord Chancellor on the Reform of the Law. Second edition. 

with a preface. (Ath. Coll. vol. 240.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Phillfottb (Hennr), Bp. of Exeter. Charge to the Clergy of his Diooese. (Charges, 
vol. 6.) 8° London, 1846. 

Charge to the Clergy of his Diooese. (Charges, vol. 9.) 8° London, 1848. 

D^ply] — Letter to, occasioned by his Lordship's Pastoral Address of 19th 

November, 1844, by a Presbyter of the Diocese. (Tract. Cont. vol. 13.) 8° 
Exeter, 1844. 

Letter on the proposed office of Scripture-Readers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 221.) 8^ 

London, 1847. 

Reply to Lord John Russell's Letter to the Remonstrance of the Bishops. 

(Ath. Coll. vol 246.) 8° London, 1847. 

Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury [on the Rev. Mr. Shore's Case]. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 247.) 8° London, 1849. 

Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury [on the Judgment of the Privy Council 

on the Gorham Case]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 296.) 8^ London, 1860. 
Answers to. — see Goode ; Harcourt. 

Phtpfs (Hon. Edward). The Monetary Crisis, with a proposal for relief and increased 
safe^ in future. (Ath. Coll. voL 226 and 264.) 8° London, 1847. 

Photoorafht (Auto). — see Mathieu. 

Phrbnoloot. — see Combe. 

Piedmont — ^The History of the Persecution of the Valleys of Piedmont in the Tear 
1686. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4^ London, 1688. 

Pitt (Right Hon. William). Speeches, 28rd and 81st January, 1799, including a cor- 
rect copy of the plan and of the Debate on the Union between Great Britain and 
Ireland. (Union Coll. Speeches.) 8^ London, 1799. 

Plus IX. Encyclical Letter to all the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, and Bishops. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 221.) 8° London, 1846. 

Plague flTie). — see Milroy. 

Plants, Respiration of Leaves of. — see Pepys. 

^— Direction of. — see Macaire. 

Plata (Rio de la), [Ai^ntine Republic] — The present Position of Afi&irs in the River 
Plate with a view to Commerce and Emigration. (Ath. Coll. vol. 197.) 8° Liver- 
pool, 1846. 

Appeal on behalf of the British Subjects residing there against British and 

French Intervention. (Ath. Coll. vol. 241.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Appeal on behalf of the British Subjects residing in the River Plate. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 197.) 8° London, 1846. 

Affiure de La Plata : Se&noe de la Chambre des Pairs. (Ath. CoU. vol. 197.) 

8° 1846. 

The two Dictators, Francia and Rosas. (Ath. CoU. voL 241.) 8^ Monte- 

Video, 1846. 

244 TRACTS. 

Plata (Rio de la), [Argentine Republic] — Britiah Diplomacy in the River Plate. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 241.) 8® London, 1847. 

see Mallalieu ; Pfeil. 

Plattes (Gabriel). Subterranean Treasure, viz. of all manner of Mines and Minerals, 
firom the Gk>ld to the Coal, with directions for finding them in all kingdoms and 
countries. (Gibbon Coll. vol 20.) 4^^ London, 1679. 

Plot (Poftbh) — Letter written upon the Discoveiy of the late Plot. (Cath. Gont. 
vol. 6.) 4° London, 1678. 

The Unreasonableness and Impiety of Popeiy ; written upon the discovery of 

the late Plot. (Cath. Cent. vol. 6.) 4° London, 1678. 
see Colledge ; Fitzharris ; Oates ; Shaftesbury ; Sta£Pord. 

Protestant Plot no Paradox ; or Phanatics under that name plotting agunst 

the King and Government, [with an impartial Narrative of the Indictment, Trial, 
and Sentence of Thomas Tonge, Geoi^ge Phillips, &c., at the Old Bailey, Dec. 11, 
1662.] (Tracts on Popish Plot.) fol. London, 1682. 

PoLAKD — ^The Promotion of the Protestant Cause in Poland by the Armes of his Majesty 
the King of Sweden. (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ London, 1659. 

Manifesto du Roi Stanislas. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 5.) 49 Paris, 1734. 

■ Paralelle de I'Election A la Couronne de Pol<M^e, &ite en &veur de Stanislaa 

Leszczynski, et de Frederic Auguste, Electeur de &xe. (Gibbon CoU. voL 4.) 4^ 

Address of the Literary Association of the Friends of Poland to the People of 

Great Britain and Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 237.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Report of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Meetings of the Literaiy AaBociation 

of the Friends of Poland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 8° London, 1848-9. 

Narrative of Recent Occurrences in Posen. (Ath. Coll. vol. 259.) 8^ London, 


Speech of Lord Dudley Stuart, and other Documents, on the Insurrection in 

Posen, and the Bombardment of Cracow. (Ath. Coll. vol. 259.) 8^ London, 


see Russia. 

Police (Criminal). — see Brougham. 

Political Principles and Political Consistency, by " Pkin Facts." (Ath. ColL voL 270.) 
8° London, 1849. 

Poor Laws — Employment of the Poor (1681). — see Finnin. 

Second Report of the Association for the relief of the ManuBfusturing and 

Labouring Poor, relative chiefly to the Supply of Fish in the Metropolis. (Tn^ S. 
vol. 1.) 8° London, 1815. 

The English Poor-Law and Poor-Law Commission in 1847. (Ath. Ooll. voL 

217.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

The Settlement and Removal of the Poor considered. (Ath. Coll. vol. 214.) 8^ 

London, 1847. 

see Andover Union ; Brereton ; Hill ; Roscoe ; Willoughby. 

On Remedies for Pauperism. — see Hodson ; Horton. 

Scottish Poor-Law Question. — see Forbes ; Pusey. 

Irish ditto. — see under Ireland. 

Training Institutions for Nurses, and Workhouses. — see Sieveking. 

PoBTEB (John Grey V.). Some Agricultural and Political Irish Questions discuaaed. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 193.) 8° London, 1843. 

Ireland : [against the Union of 1801, and in &vour of a Federal one.] (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 193.) 8«> London, 1844. 

Some Calm Observations upon Irish Afi&drs. Letter C. (Ath. CoU. voL 211.) 

89 DubUn, 1846. 

Portugal — Speeches on the Affiiirs of 1826. — see Canning. 

Lettres au Chevalier Jos. Hume sur le Debat au sujet des Affidres de Portugal, 

par un Anglo-Portugais. (Ath. Coll. vol. 259.) 8^ Lisbonne, 1847. 

Letter to Joseph Hume on the debate on Portugal, by an Anglo^Luntanian. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 242.) 8° London, 1847. 

TRACTS. 245 

PoRTDOAL— The praflent politioal Oriflb in Porftagil. (Miso. OoU. vol. 8.) folio. London, 

Potato Disbasb — Observations respecting the Potato-Disease, and substitutes for the 
Potato. (Ath. CoU. vol. 210.) 89 London, 1847. 

see also Coxworthy ; Parkin. 

*' Potter's (W.). Proposals to the Counoell of Trade."— An Essay upon W. Potter's 
design concerning a Bank of Lands to be erected in this Coinmonwealth. (Gib- 
bon ColL vol. 22.) 4« London, 1650? 

PowBLL (Captain). Description of an Livention for obviating the Difficulties of the 
Break of Gauge. (Ath. Coll. vol 231.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Pozzo Di BoBGO — see Ouvaro£ 

Pbatkr — ^A form of Prayer to be used, January 9th, 1739, in all Churches and Chapel^ 
being a day appointed for a General Fast. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 12.) 4^ London, 

see Liturgy. 

PBBACHiNa — ^Authorized Street Preaching a Remedy for our Social Evils, by a Country 
Parson. (Ath. Coll. vol. 271.) S9 London, 1848. 

Pbbtendkr — " Prince Charles Edward, the Young Chevalier," — Eztrait du Manifeste 
de Charles Edouard d'Angleterre, 1745. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 5.) 4° [Dublin], 1745. 

Relation de la Reddition de la Yille d'Edinbounr, et de la Viotoire remportie, 

Oct. 1745, surl'armte du Gto6ral Cope. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 4^ Edinbotug, 

Harangue du Lord Thaylord [ ], au nom du Parlement d'Ecosse au 

Prince Royal Charles Edward, Edinbouig, le 15 Sept. 1745. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) 
4° Paris, 1745. 

Lettre au Docteur Stmitrk, avocat de Londres, sur les affidres du Pretendant en 

Ecosse, et le Parti qu'il a dans Londres. (Gibbon ColL vol. 4.) 4^ Londres, 1746. 

Pbisokb — Synopsis of Charles Pearson's Lecture upon Prison Discipline, Discussions on 
the Same, &c., [at the London Literary Institution]. (Ath. Coll. vol. 275.) 8P 
London, 1849. 

Separate Confinement. — see Laurie. 

On Solitaiy Confinement before Trial. — see Vyvyan. 

Asylum Farms for Prisoners. — see Window. 

Pbootob (Thomas Beauchamp). An Appeal for the Ragged Schools. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 270.) 89 London, 1849. 

Pbovsncb — Instruction Gtoerale pour executor les premidres decisions du Conseil de 
Sant6 sur U manidre de secourir la Provenoe. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 8.) 4^ Paris, 

PBU88IA — ^Expos^ des motift qui ont oblig6 Le Roi [de Prusse] de donner des troupes 
auxiliaires & I'Empereur. (Gibbon C(3l. vol. 5.) 4<^ [Paris, 1744]. 

[With MS. corrections.] 

Relation de la campagne du Roi de Prusse en Sil^sie de I'an 1745, et de la 

Bataille de Friedberg, gagn^e 4 Juin. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 4.) i^ Berlin, 1745. 

The Duke of Newcastle's Letter by H. M. order to Mens. Michell, the King 

of Prussia's Secretary, in answer to his Memorial, delivered on the 28 Nov. and 
18 Dec. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 4.) 4° London, 1758. 

PuNJAUB (The) — see Briggs ; Gore. 

PuSKT (E. B.). The Holv Eucharist a Comfort to the Peiutent, a Sermon preached in 
Christ Church, Oxford^ on the Fourth Sunday after Easter. (Tract. Cent. vol. 14.) 
89 Oxford, 1843. 

. RepHes. — see Gkurbett; Godwin; Lee; MeUer; Torquemada; Woodgate. 

. Reply to his Circular in support of Isaac Williams. — see BricknelL 

PUSET (Philip). The Poor in Scotland. (Ath. CoU. vol. 187.) 8^ London, 1844. 

QUAIN (Richard). Observations on the Education and Examinations for Degrees in 
Medicine as affected by the New Medical BiU, [Sir James Graham's]. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 198.) 8° London, 1845. 

Qt7ABANTiNE. — SCO Mlbroy. 

246 TRACTS. 

QuKKN's CoLLBQitf London, for Female Education : its origin and progreaB. (Ath. GoU 
vol. 288.) 8° London, 1849. 

QuETELET (A.). Rapport sur les Travaux de I'Academie Boyale de Braxellea, pendant 
1842-8. (Ath. CoU. vol 199.) S° (BruxeUes), 1844. 

— Statistique Gtoerale : Rapport an Ministre de llnt^rieur. (Ath. ColL voL 286.) 
8"^ BruxeUes, 1846. 

QunoET (£.). La R6publique : Disoonrs an Oolldge de France. (Ath. Coll. voL 270.) 
8P Paris, 1848. 

Raikbs (Henry). Charge to the Churchwardens of the Diocese of Chester. (Charges, 
vol. 7.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Railwatb — Reports of the Committee of the Board of Trade on the Railwajrs projected 
and in progress. (Ath. ColL voL 194.) 8^ London, 1845. 

RaUways and the Board of Trade. (Ath. Coll. vol. 194.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Papers on the Demoralization and Injuries occasioned by the want of regula- 
tions of Labourers on Railways. (Ath. Coll. vol. 194.) 8^ Manchester, (1845). 

Ruminations on Railways. No. 1. Railway Speculation. No. 2. The Railway 

Boaid of Trade. (Ath. ColL voL 194.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Suggestions for improved Railway Legislation at the present crisia. (Ath. ColL 

voL 2810 8<^ London, 1846. 

Chester and Holyhead Railway: Reports on erecting a Tubular Bridge across 

the Menai Straits. (Ath. Coll. vol. 230.) 8^ London, 1846. 

On the Selection of projected Lines, with Description of the Railway Scale. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 281.) 8<^ [London, 1846]. 

Railways as they really are. No. 1. London, Brighton and South Coast Rail- 

way. (Ath. Coll. vol. 260.) 8^ London, 1847. 

No. 2. The South-Eastem Company. (Ath. Coll. voL 260.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1847. 

No. 5. The Great Western and all Broad Gauge Lines. (Atii. CoU. 

vol. 260.) 8° London, 1848. 

No. 7. Lancashire and Torkshire Railway. (Ath. Coll. vol. 260.) 8^ 

London, 1847. 

— Railway Policy; a Letter to George Can* Glyn, on the Correspondence of Cap- 
in Huish and J. Whitehead. (Atii. Coll. vol. 261.) 8° London, 1848. 


Letter to the Shareholders of the Eastern Counties Railway on the Norfi>lk 

Amalgamation. (Ath. CoU. vol. 261.) 8^ London, 1849. 

— The Gauge Question : 

Replv to "Observations" of the Great Western Rulway Company 

on the Report of the Gauge Commissioners. (Misc. CoU. vol. 13.) 4° London, 

A Railway TraveUer's Reasons for adopting Uniformity of GhMige, 

addressed to J. K. BruneL (Misc. CoU. vol. 13.) 4^ Chiswick, (1846). 
Tracts on the Gkrage Question, in 1 vol. 8° London, 1846. 

Contents : — 

Dialogues of the Gauges. 

Letter to the Directors of the Great Western Railway, showing the evils and 
troubles of the Break of Gkiuge, by an Old Carrier. 

Narrow Gauge speedier than Broad Gauge Railways, as weU as cheaper, by H. S. 

The Broad Gauge the Bane of the Great Western RaUway Company, by 
£. t. d. 

Fallacies of the Broken Gkrage, by a FeUow of two Royal Societies. 

Inconsistencies of Men of Genius exemplified in the practice and precept of J: K. 
Brunei, by VigU. 

The Gau^ Question : Evils of a Diversity of Gauge, and a Remedy, by Wyndhan 

TBACTS. 247 

Eailways— The Gauob Qussnoir, (continued): — 

The Origin and Results of the Clearing System which is in operation on the 
Narrow Gkinge Railways. 

A Railway Traveller's Reasons for adopting Uniformity of Gauge, addressed to 
J. K. Brunei. 

see also Dwarris ; Harding ; Kinnaird ; Locke ; PoweU ; Sidney ; 


see Salomons ; Sidney ; Whitmore. 

Railway Administration, Legislation, Ac. — see Entwisle; Hunt; Eannaird; 

w^ Acun 
Morrison; Troup; Webb; Whitehead 

Railway Speculation, Litigation, &o. — see A'Beckett; Aytoun; Harvey; 

Smith ; Symons. 

On a Qovemment System of Railways in Lreland. — see Brown. 

On Rating Railway Companies to the Poor. — see Penfold. 

India — Indian Railways, ''from the Asiatic and Colonial Quarterly Journal." 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 281.) 8° London, 1846. 

Railways in India, "reprinted from the Railway Register." (Ath. Coll. 

vol. 231,) 8° London, 1846. 

Letter to the Shareholders of the East Indian and Great Western of 

Bengal Railways. (Ath. Coll. vol 230.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Letter to Lord John Russell on the subject of Indian Railways, by an 

East India Merchant. (Ath. Coll. vol. 261.) 8^ London, 1848. 

[Reply] Is India to have Railways? Fallacies of an East India Mer- 

chant exposed, by an East India Officer. (Ath. Coll. vol. 261.) 8^ London, 

Railways in India: Bengal, the Five per Cent. Guarantee. (Ath. Coll. 

vol. 260.) 8*^ London, 1849. 

see also Andrew ; Clarke ; Williamson. 

Raleigh (George). Albania; or certaine Concernments of Great Brittanny, truely 
represented under the £ugned person of Albania. (Gibbon Coll. voL 10.) 4^ 
London, 1641. 

Raleigh (Sir Walter). The Prince ; or Maxims of State. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4^ 
London, 1642. 

Essay on Ways and Means to maintain the Honour and Safetyof England, 

&c., with Remarks on our Harbours, principally those of Kent, by Sir Henry Sieeis. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 17.) 4° London, 1701. 

" Ramee ; Architecture du Moyen Age,** Critique upon. (Ath. Coll. voL 269.) 8P 
(London, 1848.) 

Ramsat (G^rge). Repeal without Disunion. (Misc. ColL vol. 12.) royal 8^ Edin- 
burgh, 1848. 

Randolph (Bernard). Present State of the Morea, called anciently Peloponnesus, after 
several years observation, 1671-1679, Bsdthfully described. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 
4P Oxford, 1686. 

Rakelaoh rVisoount). Leeal Order and Constitutional Rights as defined by the Earl 
of Aberdeen. (Ath. CoU. vol. 191.) 8° liondon, 1845. 

Rat (John). Biographical Sketches " from the Englishwonum's Magazine." (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 287.) 8° , 1847. 

Reading Gaol. — see Prisons. 

Rebeluon of 1715 — A Declaration of the Archbishop of CanterbuiT and the Bishops 
in and near London, testifying their abhorrence of the present Rebellion, with an 
Exhortation to the Clergy. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 10.) 4^ London, 1715. 

Rebeluon of 1745. — see Pretender. 

Redesdale (Lord). Reflections on the Doctrine of Regeneration, and its connexion 
with both Sacraments. (Ath. Coll. vol. 299.) 8^ London, 1849. 

. Observations on the Judgment in the Gorham Case, and the way to unity. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 296.) 8° London, 1850. 

Reform Bill — On the Working of. — see Mackay. 

Rene de Bouille (Comte). Des Droits de la Couronne de Danemark sur le Duche de 
Slesvig. (Atii. Coll. vol. 242.) 8<^ Paris, 1847. 

248 TRACTS. 

Bbnnell (Major Jacques) — ^Notioe Historiqne but sa Vie et mb OaTrages par le Baron 
Walckenaer. (Misc. ColL vol. 12.) Royal 8^ 1842. 

Renouf (P. Le Page). The Greek and Anglican Communions : Letter to the Rey. T. 
Allies. (Ath. ColL voL 228.) 8° London, 1847. 

RsuMOirr (A.) — see Italy. 

Revans (John). A Per Centage Tax on Domestic Expenditure to supply the whole of 
the Public Revenue. (Ath. ColL vol. 226.) 8° London, 1847. 

REVOLunoir of 1688 — Contemporary Single Sheets, Broadttdes, &o., in 1 voL finL 
London. 1688-97. 

Contents : — 

Address of the Lords and Commons to the King for suppresring the Rebeki, with 
H.M.'b Answer. 1688. 

Partridge's Advice to the Protestants of England, (in verse). 

True Interest of the Legal English Protestants, in a Letter concerning the 

Poem in defence of the Church of England. 

Account of the Tryal and Discharge of the Seven Bishops. 

Tryal of Sir E. Hales, on an Action for 5002., with his Flea upon the King's dis- 
pensing with the Statute 25, Car. n., &o. 

Earl of Rochester's Letter of Resignation to the Lords of the Ecclesiastical Com- 

Bishop Crewe's Letter of Advice to James n. 

Memorial of the Protestants of the Church of England to the Prince and Princess 
of Orange. 

MemoHal from the English Protestants for the Prince and Princess of Orange. 
Of Magistracy, Prerogatives by Divine Right, Obedience and Laws, 4 diapters. 

Magistracy, ireroffauves by invine rugn 
[The foundation of the " Bill of Rights."] 

Extract of the Resolutions of the States General of the Netherlands, October 14, 


Extract of the States General, their Resolution, October 28, 1688. 

Prinoe of Orange's Letter to the English Fleet, and the Fonn of Prayer used in 
the Dutch Fleet. 

Form of Prayer, &c. [for the Success of the Prinoe of Orange]. Exoester, 1688. 

The Association of the Gentlemen of Devon to the Prinoe of Orange. Exon, 

The Declaration of the Nobility, Gentry, and Commonalty at the Rendezvous at 
Nottingham, November 22, 1688. 

The Speech of Sir G^rge Treby, Recorder of London, to the Prince of Orange, 
December 20, 1688. 

Address of the Lord Mnyor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London to 
the Prince of Orange. 

His Majesties Reasons for withdrawing himself from Rodiester, December 22, 
1688. [The last publication of James n.] 

A Proclamation against Papists, (Edinburgh). 

Dr. Wild's Poem ; or a New Song to an Old Friend, from an Old Poet, upon the 
hopeftil New Parliament. 

Answer to Old Doctor Wild's New Poem, by Grand-Syre Gniy-beaid the 

The Recorder of London's ^)eech to the King at Kencdngton, November 18, 

Humble Address of the House of Commons to the King, [against Profiinencss 
and Immorality]. 1697. 

Speech by Isaac Crew, an orphan in Christ's Hospital, to King William ni., in 
his passage through London, November 16, 1697. 

TEACTS. 249 

RxvoLunoN of 1688— A Second Collection of Tracts and Single Sheets, the puhlica- 
tions of the time, folio : 

Contents: — 

Declaration of the Prince of Orange, of the Reasons inducing him to appear in 
Arms. The Hague, 1688. 

The Commissioners' Pix>po8als to the Prince of Orange, with his Answer. 1688. 

The King's Letter to the Earl of Feversham upon his leaving Whitehall. 1688. 

Address of Admiral Lord Dartmouth to the King, December 1, 1688. 

Declaration of the Lords in and about the Cities of London and Westminster, 
assembled at Guildhall, December 11, 1688 [on James n.'s privately with- 
drawing himself]. 

^eech of the Prince of Orange to divers Members of Parliament, and their 
address in Reply, December 26, 1688. 

Debate upon the Quserie, whether a King elected by the Lords and Commons, 
coming to the said Lords and Commons, doth not make a Parliament^ &c. 

The Prince of Orange's Letter to the King. Exon. 1689. "^^ 

Address of the Commons to his Majesty, April 25, 1689. 

Advice before it be too late, or a Breviate for the Convention. 

The Doctrine of Passive Obedience and Jure Divino disproved. 1689. 

Reasons humbly offer'd for pUcing the Prince of Orange singly on the Throne 
during Life. 

Reasons for crowning the Prince and Princess of Orange King and Queen 

The necessity of settling the Crown of England. 

The Speech of an honourable Peer in the House of Lords. 1689. 

Historical Account concerning the Succession to the Crown of Scotland. 1689. 

Whether the King, Lords and Commons, now assembled jbe a legal Parliament f 

Speech of the Bishop of Carlisle in the House of Xiords. 

Discovery of the private League between King James and the King of France to 
destroy all the Protestants of Europe. 

Of Magistracy, &o., 4 chapters. 

Tracts. VoL 1. 49 London, 1688-9. 

Contents: — 

The Desertion Discussed, in a Letter to a Country Gentleman. 

History of the Desertion ; or, an Account of all Publick Affiurs in England, from 
September, 1688, to February 12th following ; with an Answer to a Piece, 
called " The Desertion Discussed" [by Edmund Bohun]. 

The Prince of Orange his Declaration, showing the Reasons why he invades 
England ; with a Prefiice and Remarks, and Animadversions upon the Decla- 

The Prince of Orange's Third Declaration. 

Some Reflections upon the Prince of Orange's Declaration. 

Representation of the Dangers impending over Protestants in Great Britain before 
the coming of the Prince of Orange [by Robert Ferguson]. 

The State Prodigal: his return, containing a true state of the Nation. 

Animadversions upon the modem Explanation of 2nd Henry vn., cap. 1 ; or, a 
King de Facto. 

Inquiry into the Measures of Submission to the Supreme Authority. 

Reflections upon our late and present Proceedings in England. 

Humanum est Errare ; or False Steps on both sides. 

Tracts. Vol. 2. 4? London, 1688-9. 

Account of the Expedition of the Prince of Orange for England. 1688. 
Reflections upon the occurrences of the last year. 1 688-9. 

That Resistance may be used, in case our Religion and Rights should be 
8UFP. K K 

250 TRACTS. 

Kkvolution of 1688— Tracte. Vol. % — (eowttmiAf) :— 

Seasonable Discourse, wherein is examined what is Lawful during the ConfusionB 
and Revolutions of GoYemment, &o. 1689. 

Letter to a Person of Quality, oocarioned by news of the ensuing Parliament. 

Considerations relating to the settling of the Ooyemment oflBsred to the Lords and 
Conmions. 1689. 

Proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of Hugo Grotius. 

Several Queries relating to the present Proceedings in Pariiament, reconunended 
to the consideration of the Bishops. 1689. 

Breviate for the Bishops, in vindication of the Proceedings of the House of Com- 
mons for the settlement of the Throne. 1689. 

Letter to a member of the Convention. 

Important Questions upon the late Revolutions!, and present state of these 
Nations. 1689. 

rv. Queries resolved. 

Bishop Burnet's Pastoral Letter concerning the Oaths of Allegiance and Supre- 
macy. 1689. 

Obedience due to the present King, notwithstanding our oaths to the former. 

Agreement betwixt the present and the former Qovemment ; or a Discourse of 
this Monarchy, whether Elective or Hereditary. 1689. 

Tracts. Vol.8. 4° 1688-91. 

Contents : — 

Specimen of a Declaration against Debaucheiy . 

Plain Account of the Persecution now laid to the Charge of the Church of 

Discourse upon the Designs, Practices, and Counsels of France. 1688. 

K. James i.'s opinion of a King, of a Tyrant, and of the English Lawi^ Bights^ 
and PrivUedges, 1608-9. 1689. 

Friendly Conference concerning the New Oath of Allegiance to K. William and 
Q. Mary. 1689. 

Vindication of those who have taken the New Oath of Allegiance. 1689. 

Inquiry into the present state of affitirs, and whether we owe Allegianoe to the 
King, and are bound to treat with him. 1689. 

K. William or K. Lewis ; the inevitable necessity these Nations lye under of sub- 
mitting wholly to one or other of these Kings. 1689. 

Discourse of God's ways of disposing of Kingdoms, by the Bishop of St. Asaph 
[William Lloyd]. 1691. 

Account of the late horrid Conspiracy to depose K. William and Q. Mary, to bring 
in the French and King James, and rume the City of London. 1691. 

•^— King William (8rd), or King Lewis, wherein is set forth the inevitable neces- 
sity these Nations lye under of submitting wholly to one or other of these Kinjn. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 16.) 4° London, 1689. 

A Seasonable Discourse, wherein is examined what is lawful during the con- 
fusions and revolution of Government, especially of a King deserting his Kinirdoms. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 10.) 4° London, 1689. 

The Case of Allegiance in our present Circumstances considered. (Gibbon 

CoU. vol. 23.) 4° London, 1689. 

PoUtical Aphorisms : or the True Maxims of Government displayed. (Gibbon 

CoU. vol. 10.) 4° London, 1690. 

Reflections ujpon a Treasonable Opinion, &c. [On the Oath of AUegianoe.] 

(Cath. Cont. vol. 7.) 4° 1691. 

Letter from a Gentleman in the City to a Lord in the Country, concerning the 

present conjuncture of affikirs. [On the Oath of AUegianoe.] (C^th. Cont. vol 7 ) 
4^ (I»ndon), 1691. ' 

TBACTS. 251 

Rkvoldtion of 1688— Allegiance (The Oath of).— see also Sheriock. 

A Collection of Several Treaties mnoe the late Revolution. (Gibbon Coll. 

vol. 16.) 4«> London, 1701. 

The Case of an Oath of Abjuration considered, and the Vote of the H. of 
Commons vindicated. (Printed for the Author.) (GKbbon Coll. vol. 28.) i^ Lon- 
don, 1698. 

The False Steps of the Ministry after the Revolution, showing that the 

lenity and moderation of that Qovemment was the occasion of all ihe Factions 
which have since endangered the Constitution. (Tracts S. voL 8.) 8^ London, 

see also Hunton ; Steele's Crisis ; William in, 

see Penal Laws. 

RiGABDO (David). Tracts on Bullion, the Currency, &c., in 1 vdL 8^. 

Contents : — 
The high price of Bullion, a proof of the depreciation of Bank Notes. 1811. 

Reply to Bosanquet*s Observations on the Report of the Bullion Committee. 

On the Influence of a low price of Com on the Profits of Sbock, with Remarks on 
Malthus. 1816. 

Proposals for an economical and secure Currency, with Observations on the Profits 
of the Bank. 1816. 

On Protection to Agriculture. 1822. 

Plan for the establishment of a National Bank. 1824. 

RlCfHARDSOK (James). Dedine of Qeographical Discovery, an appeal to the British 
Public on behalf of Geographical Science. (Ath. Coll. voL 286.) 8^ London, 

The Cruisers ; a Letter to the Marquis of Lansdowne in defence of armed 

Coercion for the extinction of the Slave Trade. (Ath. Coll. voL 268.) 8^ London, 

RiCKABDS (S.). Letter to Sir £. KnatchbuU in reply to a Letter by the Rev. G. R. 
Gleig against the Church Missionaxy Society. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) B9 London, 

RiDLET (Nicholas), Bp. of London. Brief Declaration of the Lord's Supper, written 
during his imprisonment, with Extracts firom Bp. Poynet's Diallacticon, [published 
by Henry Wharton]. (Cath. Cont. voL 4.) 4^ London, 1688. 

ROBIBTS (Lewes). The Treasure of Traffike, or a Discourse of Forraigne Trade. (Gib- 
bon Coll. vol. 24.) 49 London, 1641. 

Robertson (James Craigie). The Bearings of the Gorham Case, a letter to a friend. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 299.) 8° London, 1860. 

RoBiLLABD (Basile-Maximilien-Auguste). Essai sur la Matidre des Fie&, pour servir i 
r^xamen du Droit Fran9oi8, qu'il subira le Jeudi 24 Juillet, 1749. (Gibbon Coll. 
vol. 7.) 4«> Orieans, 1749. 

RoBiNSOK (Henry). England's Safety and Trade's Encrease. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 24.) 
4^ London, 1641. 

Robinson (James). Treatise on the inhalation of the Yi4>our of Ether in Smgical 
Operations. (Ath. Coll. vol. 236.) 8° London, 1847. 

Robinson (Thomas). The Anatomy of the Earth. (Gibbon Coll. voL 18.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1694. 

RooBRS (Jasper W.). Letter to the Landlords and Ratepayers of Ireland on the per- 
manent and profitable employment of the Peasantry. (Ath. Coll. vol. 209.) 8^ 
London, 1846. 

The Potato Truck System of Ireland, the main cause of her Periodical Famines^ 

and the non-payment of her Rents. (Ath. Coll. vol. 209.) 8^ London, 1847. 

— — ^ Appeal for the Irish Peasantrv, with &cts respecting the value of Peat and 
Peat-Charcoal, as a fuel and a fertilizer. (Ath. Coll. vol. 209.) 8^ London, 

Employment of the Irish Peasantry the best means to prevent the drain of Gold 

from England. (Ath. Coll. vol 209.) 8^^ London, 1847. 

252 TRACTS. 

RooKBS (Jasper W.) Facts for the kind-hearted of England, as to the wretdiednesi of 
the Irish Peasantry. (Ath. Coll. vol. 209.) S^ London, 1847. 

Rome (Chubch of) — Catalogue of all the Discourses published against Popery dming 
the reign of James n., by Members of the Church of England, and hj the Non- 
conformists, with the names of the authors. (Cath. Cont. vol. 6.) r London, 

Works on the Controversies between the Churches of Rome and England, prin- 

cipally in the reigns of Charles n. and James n. — see Clagett; Freeman; (3ee; 
Hammond ; Hasca^ ; La Yallette ; Lloyd ; Maraden ; Sherlock ; Stillingfleet ; Strat- 
ford ; Tenison ; Wake. 

Other Works on particular Doctrines of the Church of Rome, viz. : 

Celibacy. — Wharton. 

Confession. — Qoodman. 

Extreme Unction. — Clagett. 

Good Works. — Allix. 

Infallibility. — Hammond ; Tenison. 

Invocation of Saints, Worship of Images, the Virgin Mary, &c. — Clagett; 
Comber ; Fleetwood ; Freeman ; Oee ; Hickes . 

Prayers in an Unknown Tongue. — Stanley ; Williams. 

Purgatory. — Wake. 

Supremacy. — Barter; Patrick. 

Power of the Keys. — Hammond. 

IVadition. — Patrick. 

Transubstantiation and Sacrifice of the Mass. — La Plaoette ; Payne ; Stillingfleet ; 
Tillotson ; Toussain Bridoul ; Wake. 

Visible Succession. — Sherlock. 

Roman Catholic Emancipation — Catholic Question : Tempora Mutantor ; or 

Reasons for thinking that it is inconsistent with the wel&re of this Kingdom to 
withhold political power from the Catholics. (Union Coll. voL 11.) 8^ Dublin, 

The Catholic Question considered, in a Letter addressed to the Editor 

of the Anti-Jaoobin Review and Magazine. (Union Coll. vol. 12.) 8^ London, 

Declaration of the Catholic Bishops, the Vicars Apostolic, and their 

Coacyutors in Great Britain. (Tracts S. vol. 4, and Butler's Tracts.) 8^ London, 

Address from the British Roman Catholics to their Protestant Fellow- 

Countrymen. (Butler's Tracts.) 8^ London, 1826. 

A Brief Warning against the Measure of Catholio Emancipation. 

(Tracts S. vol 4.) S^ London, 1829. 

The Lawfulness of granting political power to the Roman Catholics 

asserted, in a Letter to a Country Clergyman on his " Serious Appeal to the Bible.' 
(Tracts S. vol. 4.) &> Oxford, 1829. 

see also Hull ; Huyshe ; Noel. 

"Is there not a Cause?" published by the Bristol Protestant Association. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 202.) S9 Bristol, (1888). 

Some account of the reasons of my Conversion to the Catholic Chuioh, by a 

late Clergyman of the Anglican Communion. (Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8^ London, 

Papal Diplomacy and the Bull "in Cosna Domini"; a Collection of Facts and 

Documents. (Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8^ London, 1848. 

The Papal Bull ** in Coena Domini," translated, with an Introduction on its vali- 

dity as Roman Law. (Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8^ London, 1848. 

PiPLOMATic Relations with Rome): An Englishman's Thoughts on 'Diplo- 

matic Rektions with Rome. (Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8^ London, 1848. 
see also De la Pryme; Shrewsbury; Wiseman. 

TRACTS. 253 

Rome (Chuboh of) — Roman Cathouo Endowmzivt, &o. — ^RemonBtranoe with the Pre- 
mier. Ought the Church of Rome in Ireland to be establiflhed t Diplomatic Relations 
with the Court of Rome to be resumed, and the Roman version of the Bible 
received into our National Schools? by a Clergyman of Warwickshire. (Ath. OoU. 
vol. 248.) 8° London, 1848. 

A few words on the Endowment of the Roman Catholic Clergy in 

Ireland, by an English Protestant. (Ath. Coll vol. 254.) 8^ London, 1849. 
see also Drummond; Maodonnell; Shee; Stapleton. 

[Roman Catholic Titular Bishops]. Earl Grey*s Circular, a Memento. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 248.) 8° London, 1849. 

Church of Rome in Ireland. — see Shee ; Smith. 

Popery at Madeira. — see Lord. 

RoMAND (Baron Gustave de). De la Dictature de Paris but la France. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 270.) S^ Londres, 1848. 

ROBAS. — see Plata. 

RosooE (James). Letter to Sir James Graham on the Poor Laws. (Ath. Coll. vol. 187<) 
89 London, 1846. 

Robs (Sir John). Observations on Sir John Barrow's "Voyages of Discoveiy and 
Research within the Arctic Regions," a refutation of his misrepresentations. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 237.) 8«> Edinbuigh, 1846. 

Short Treatise on ihe Deviation of the Mariner's Compass. (Ath. Coll. voL 

268.) B9 London, 1849. 

R06SE (Earl of) Letters on the State of Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 213.) 8^ London, 


Rosses (Earl of) Gh-eatTelesoope," Account of. (Ath. Coll. vol. 286.) 8° 

RowE (Peter). A True Method for bringing Seamen into the Navy, for the increase 
of Seamen, &c. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 17.) 4<^ London, 1703. 

RoTAL SocEETT — Authentic Narrative of the Dissensions and Debates of the Royal 
Society, with the Speeches of Dr. Horsley, Dr. Maskelyne, and others. 8^ Lon- 
don, 1784. 

History of the instances of Exclusion from the Royal Society which were not 

suffered to be argued in the course of the late Debates. 8^ London, 1784. 

Statement of Circumstances connected with the late Election for the Presidency 

of the Royal Socie^. (Ath. Coll. vol. 268.) 8^ London, 1831. 

RoTLE (J. Forbes). On the Identification of the Mustard Tree of Scripture. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 200.) 8° (London), 1844. 

On the Hyssop of Scripture. (Ath. Coll. vol. 200.) 8° (London, 1844.) 

Rubric— see Liturgy. 

Russell (Francis). The Lord's Day not the Sabbatii ; Inquiry into the teaching of 
Scripture on the subject. (Ath. CoU. vol. 221.) 8^ Edinbuigh, 1847. 

Russell (Right Rev. M.) The position of the Scottish Episcopal Church, with regard 
to Liturgical Usage, and Communion with the Church of England ; a Charge. 
(Charges, vol. 7.) 8° Edinbuigh, 1845. 

Russia — ^The Russians in Moldavia and WaUachia. (Ath. CoU. vol. 259.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1849. 

Debate in the House of Commons on Lord Dudley Stuart's motion on the 

occupation of Moldavia and WaUachia by Russian Troops. (Ath. Coll. vol. 259.) 
8^^ London, 1849. 

De rintervention Russe en Hongrie. (Ath. CoU. vol. 259.) SP Paris, (1849). 

S. (W.)--see Stafford. 

Sabbath (The)— Letter to Dr. CandUsh on the Word of God as to the Jewish Sabbath 
and Sunday. (Ath. CoU. vol. 221.) 8° London, 1847. 

The Lord's Day not the Sabbath. — see RusseU. 

Saghevsrbll (Dr.) — see Ihmton (John). 

Sackville (Viacoant), character of. — see Cumberland. 

264 TRA.CTS. 

Baoramsnt of the Lord's Sapper. — eee Ridley. 
The Sacramental Test.— see Madcworth. 

Saint James's, WssmiKaTKB — Prooeedings of the Parishioners relating to the Beetor- 
ship, with the address to the Rev. Qerrerd Thomas Andrewes. (Ath. Coll. yoL 215.) 
8^ London, 1846. 

Address to the Inhabitants on oertain local circumstances affwting the health 

of rich and poor. (Ath. Coll. vol. 215.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Sanitary Improvement Report. (Ath. CoU. vol. 258.) 8^ (London), 1848. 

St. Lboer (William N.). €K>rham v. the Bishop of Exeter ; Protestant v. Catholic ; 
Heresy v. Truth: a Tract for the Times. (Ath. Coll. vol. 299.) 8^ London, 

St. Lo (George). England's Safisty ; or a Bridle to the French King. (GKblxni CoIL 
vol 16.) 4^ London, 1698. 

Saint Pieebb (I'Abb^ de). Projet de Taille tarifte, pour fiure oetser lee manx qm 
causent en France les di^roportions de la Taille arbitraire. (Gibbon CoQ. voL 7<) 
40 Paris, 1728. 

Salomons (David). His Case, an Address to the Court of Aldennan on implying for 
admission as Alderman of the Ward of Portsoken. (Ath. CoU. voL 189.) 8^ 
London, 1844. 

Salomons (David). Railways in England and in France, " on Mr. Morrison's Pam- 
phlet." (Ath. Coll. vol. 280.) 8° Lopdon, 1847. 

Sai/teb rr. F.). The Rough Notes of a Farmer, during an Agricultoral Tour through 
Russia, Prussia, Denmark, and Sweden, in August, 1842. (Ath. Coll. voL 224.) 
8^ London, 1846. 

Sanitabt Refobm — Speech of Viscount Morpeth on brin^nng in a Bill for improving 
the Health of Towns. (Ath. Coll. vol 288.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Letter to Lord Morpeth on the Health of Towns Bill, by a Townsman. (Ath. 

CoU. vol. 288.) 8° London, (1847). 

Report of the Speeches of E. Chadwick, Dr. S. Smith, R. Taylor, &c., at a 

Meeting for a Subscription for the Widow and ChUdren of Dr. J. R. Lynch. (Ath. 
CoU .vol. 288.) 8° London, 1847. 

Digest of several Reports on Sanitary Reforms, containing the Views of Chad- 

wick, S. Smith, N. Amott, H. Gavin, G. A. Walker, ftc, by William ^mpson. 
(Misc. CoU. vol. 14.) royal 8<^ London, 1849. 

see Briggs; Brown; EUerman; Lloyd; Smith (J. T.) 

see Saint James's, Westminster. 

On Slaughter Houses. — see Grantham. 

see Sewerage. 

Sabdinla — Manifesto de la part de sa Majesty le Roy de Sardaigne. (Gibbon ColL 
voL5.) 4<> Paris n788. 

La Politica deU' Opposizione smascherata. (Ath. CoU. vol. 284.) 8^ Torino, 


Satiaba (Rajah of). — see India (Report). 

Saturn (The Planet) — ^Report on the discovexy and name of an eighth SateUite of 
Saturn. (Misc. CoU. vol. 8.) 4^ Cambridge, U.S., 1848. 

Saussube (Theodore de) — Notice sur sa Vie et see Ecrits par Professor Macaire. (Ath. 
CoU. voL 287.) 8° (Gendve), 1845. 

Savot — Historical Account of the most remarkable Transactions betwixt the Duke of 
Savoy and the French King. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 11.) 4^ London, 1690. 

SoHLESWio and Holstbin. — see Denmark. 

SoHMiT (J. H.). A few Words addressed to the Labouring Classes. (Ath. CoU. voL 
271.) 8° London, 1848. 

Schools. — see under Education. 

Plea for Schools. — see Symons. 

(Ragged). — see Ghithrie ; Proctor. 

School of Design — Article from the " Morning Chronicle," on the Reports and Evi* 
denoe of the CouncU of the School (Ath. CoU. vol 289.) 8<^ London, 1847. 

TRACTS. 265 

SdKNCE — ^Thoughts on Uie degradation of Science in England, by F. R. S. (Ath. Coll. 
vol 288.) 8° London, 1847. 

Scotland — ^An Aocompt of Scotland's Orieyanoes by reason of the Duke of Lauderdale's 
Ministrie, humbly tendred to his Sacred Majestie. (Gibbon Coll. yol. 15.) 49 , , 

Vindication of the Qovemment in, under. Charles n, — see Mackenzie. 

SoBiFTUBX Rbaobbs, Letter on. — see PhiUpotts. 

ScROFB (G. Poulet^. How is Lreland to be CJovemed? addressed to the Administra- 
tions of Lord Melbourne in 1834, and of Stir Robert Peel in 1846. (Ath. Coll. vol. 
208.) 8<^ London, 1846. 

Letters to Lord John Russell on enlarging the Irish Poor Law. (Ath. CoU. 

YoL 208.) 8^ London, 1846. 

Letters to Lord John Russell on the further Social Amelioration of Ireland. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 208.) 89 London, 1847. 


Remarks on the Irish Poor Relief BiH. (Ath. Coll. vol. 208.) 8^^ London, 

Reply to the Speech of the Archbishop of Dublin, &c. against the Poor Relief 

(Ireland) Bill. (Ath. Coll. vol. 208.) 89 London, 1847. 

Extracts of Evidence on the subject of Waste Lands Reclamation. (Ath. Coll. 

vol. 208.) 89 London, 1847. 

Letter to the Landed Proprietors of Ireland on meeting the crisis by measures 

of a permanent character. (Ath. Coll. vol. 208.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Address at the Opening of the Stroud Athenaeum. (Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8^ 

Stroud, 1847. 

The Irish Relief Measures, past and ftitnre. (Ath. Coll. vol. 257.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1848. 

The Rights of Industnr, or the Social Problem of the Day, as exemplified in 

France, Ireland, and Britain. (Ath. Coll. voL 257.) 89 London, 1848. 

Part 8. On the best form of Relief to the Able-bodied Poor. (Ath. CoU. 

vol. 257.) 80 London, 1848. 

Plea for the Rights of Industry in Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 257.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1848. 

Some Notes of a Tour in Enghuid, Scotland, and Ireland, with a view to the 

Inquiry, whether our labouring Population be reaUy redundant! (Ath. CoU. 
voL 298.) 8^ London, 1849. 

The Irish Poor Law, how fiur has it fiuled, and why! (Ath. CoU. vol 298.) 

8^ London, 1849. 

Speech on the BiU to promote the Employment of Labour in Ireland. (Ath, 

CoU. vol. 293.) 8° London, 1849. 

Speeches on Votes in aid and Rates in aid of the Bankrupt Irish Unions. 

(Ath. CoU. vol. 257.) 8^ London, 1849. 

The Irish Difficulty, and how it must be met. (Ath. CoU. vol. 257.) 8^ Lon- 

don, 1849. 

Sellov (Miss) — Report of an Enquiry held by the Bishop of Exeter into the prindples 
of the " Sisters of Mercy" at Davenport, and the Charity termed the " Orphan's 
Home," edited by Richard C. Rogers. (Ath. CoU. vol. 251.) 89 Devonport^ 

SiwxLL (Richard Clarke). Letter to Members of the House of Convocation in the 
University of Oxford. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 89 London, 1845. 

Sewxbaob — Report of the Health of Towns Association on Lord Lincoln's Sewerage 
BUL (Ath. CoU. vol. 283.) 8° London, 1846. 

Report of the Metropolitan Sewage Manure Company, with an Analysis of 

Evidence. (Ath. Coll. vol. 288.) 8° London, 1846. 

Sewage Manure for Agricultural Purposes. — see EUerman ; Guy. 

Shattksbubt (Anthonv, Earl of) — The Proceedings at the Old BaUy, 24th November, 
1681, against him for High Treason, with the " Two Associations," and Lists of the 
Grand Jury. (Tracts on the Popish Plot), folio London, 1681. 

Shand (WUUam). Observations on the adaptation of Public Bmldings to the propa- 
gation of Sound consistently with Speech. (Ath. CoU. vol. 201.) 8° Aberdeen, 

266 TRA.CTS. 

Sharp (James A.). On the estftbliBhment of Navigation Institutions at the Outports. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 190.) 8° London, 1845. 

Shabp (John), Abp. of York. Sermon on the Public Fast, April 11, 1679, before the 
House of Commons. (Cath. Cont. voL 9.) 4^ London, 1679. 

Shee (William). The Churoh of Rome in Ireland, in its relation to tiie State, with 
remarks on the Question of Endowment. (Ath. Coll. vol. 254.) 8P London, 1849. 

Sheepshakkb (R.). Reply to Babbage's Letter to the " Times" "on the Planet Nep- 
tune." (Ath. CoU. vol. 288.) B9 London, 1847. 

Shsers (Sir H.). On the Harbours of Kent. — see Raleigh. 

Shbllet (John Yilliers). Plea for Truth, exposing the mis-statement of Facts bj C. 
H. Lattimore in Us " Plea for Tenant Right." (Ath. Coll. voL 277.) 8° London, 

Sheridan (Richard Brinsley). Speech in reply to the Right Hon. William Pitt» 
January 31, 1799 — on the Union with Ireland. (Union Coll. Speeches). 

Sherlock (William), D.D. Discourse concerning the Object of Religious Worship, or 
a Scripture Proof of the unlawfidness of giving any religious worship to any other 
being besides the One Supreme God, Part 1. (Cath. Cont. vol. 8.) 4^ London, 

] The Protestant Resolution of Faith, being an answer to three Questions 

[relative to a Visible Succession in the Church]. (Cath. Cont. vol. 8.) 4^ London, 

] A Papist not misrepresented by Protestants, being a reply to ihe Reflections 

upon the Ajiswer to " a Papist misrepresented and represented." (Oath. Cont. 
vol. 12.) 49 London, 1686. 

] Answer to a Discourse intituled "Papists protesting against Protestant 

Popery," being a Vindication of " Papists not misr^resented by Protestants," with 
an Examination of Bossuet's Sxpoeition of Invocation of Saints and the Worship 
of Images. (Cath. Cont. voL 1.) 4^ London, 1686. 

-] Answer to the Amicable Accommodation of the Difference between the Re- 

presenter and the Answerer. (Cath. Cont. vol. 12.) 4^ London, 1686. 

-] Discourse concerning a Judge of Controversies in matters of Religion. 

(Cath. Cont. vols. 6 and 7.) 4^' London, 1686. 

-] Short Simimaiy of the principal Controversies between the Churoh of England 

and the Church of Rome, in answer to " Protestancy destitute of Scripture Proo&," 
(Cath. Cont. vols. 2 and 6.) 4^ London, 1687. 

Discourse concerning the Catholic Church, wherein most of the Controveraies 

are stated. Part 1. (Cath. Cont. vol. 6.) 4^^ London, 1688. 

The case of the Allegiance due to Soveraigne Powers stated and resolved. 

according to Scripture and Reason and the principles of the Church of England. 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 7.) 4° London, 1691. 

see Lloyd. 

Sherlock rrhomas). Bishop of London. Arguments against a repeal of the Corpora- 
tion ana Test Acta, wherein most of the pleas advanced in the " Case of Protestant 
Dissenters" are discussed. 8^ London, 1787. 

Argument against a repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. (Tracts S. 

vol. 4.) 8° Oxford, 1790. 

Ships — ^The present Ship-Building Controversy; or, which is the misrepresented Party 1 
by a Naval Architect. (Ath. Coll. vol. 218.) 8^ London, 1846. 

On Iron Steam Ships. — see Nixon. 

The Ship Manoeuvrer. — see Foulerton. 

Shore's (Rev. J.) Case. — see Phillpotts (Bp.) 

Shrewsbury (John, Earl of). Thoughts on the Poor-Relief Bill for Ireland. (Ath. 
ColL vol. 214.) 8° London, 1847. 

Diplomatic Relations with Rome, in a Letter to the Earl of Arundel and Surrey. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 248.) 8° London, 1848. 

SiCiLT — Sicily and England : a Sketch of Events in Sicily in 1812 and 1848, illustrated 
by Vouchers and State Papers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 284.) 8^ London, 1849. 

Anglo-French Mediation in. — see Amari. 


SiDKBT (Samuel). Speed on Railways conndered in a commercial point of Tiew. 
(Ath. Coll. vol. 230.) 8^ London, 1847. 

The Commercial ConseqnenceB of a mixed Cauge on our Railway System 

examined. (Ath. Coll. yol. 261.) 8^ London, 1848. 

SiXYEKiNO (Edward). The Training Institutions for Nurses and the Workhousea. 
[Privately printed.] (Ath. Coll. voL 271.) 8® London, 1849. 

Silk Tradb — Speeches of John Williams, William Huskisson, and George Canning, 
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SDfFSON (W.). Medical Refonn : The Article frofai ihe British and Foreign Review of 
July, 1840 ; Letters on Medical Subjects from the ** Lancet," &c. (Ath. CoU. voL 
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Sdifson (W. W.). Defence of the Landlords of beland, with Remarks on the relation 
of Landlord and Tenant (Ath. Coll. vol. 189.) 8^ London, 1844. 

SnrcLAiB (Archdeacon John). Charge to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Middlesex. 
(Charges, vol. 7.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Skikbs (Edmund). Sketch of a novel treatment for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and English 
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Slanet (R. a.). Report on the State of Birmingham and other Large Towns. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 198.) 8° London, 1845. 

Slavs Tbadb — Report of the Incorporated Sodety for the conversion and religious 
Instruction and Education of the Negro Slaves in the British West India I^mds 
—for 1830. (Tracts S. vol. 7.) 8° London, 1880. 

see Buxton ; Denman ; Matson ; Nelson ; Palmer. 

African Blockade, Right of Search, &c. — see Allen ; JoUivet ; Matson; Richard- 

son; Smith (G.) ; Stephen. 

see Sugar Question. 

Slioo (Marquis of). Remarks and Suggestions on the present state of Ireland. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 213.) 8° London, 1847. 

Smith (Arthur). The Bubble of the Age ; or the Fallacies of Railway Investment^ 
Accounts and Dividends. (Ath. Coll. vol. 260.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Smith (Sir Culling Eardley). Maynooth, a Letter to Daniel O'ConnelL (Ath. Coll. 
voL 192.) 8° London, 1846. 

Smith (George). The Case of our West- African Cruisers and West- African Settlements 
fairly considered. (Ath. CoU. vol. 262.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Smith (J. Toulmin). Centralization or Representation ; a Letter to the MetropoUtan 
Sanatory Commissioners. (Ath. CoU. vols. 253 and 283.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Second edition, with additional notes. (Ath. CoU. vol. 253.) 8^ London, 


ParaUels between the Constitution and Constitutional History of England and 

Hungary. (Ath. Coll. vol. 284.) 8° London, 1849. 

Smith (Simon). A true Narration of the RoyaU Fishings of Ghreat Britaine and Ireland, 
instituted 1632, and prosecuted untU 1640. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 18.) 4^ London, 

The Herring Busse Trade expressed in sundry particulars, both lor the building 

of Busses, making of deepe Sea Nets, and the right curing of the Herring. (Gibbon 
CoU. vol. 18.) 40 London, 1641. 

Smith (Sydney). A Fragment on the Irish Roman Catholic Church. (Ath. CoU. voL 
202.) 8° London, 1845. 

Smith (Sir Thomas). The Commonwealth of England, and the manner and goveme- 
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Smtth (W. H.). Observations of y Yirginis, accompanied by Hind's Elements of its 
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" SoAMs's Anglo-Saxon Church," Animadvermons on. — see Chambers. 

S001ALI8M. — see Golovine. 

SociXTT for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge — ^Address of tiie Committee. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 243.) %^ London, 1846. 

SOGIXTT for promoting Christian Knowledge— Prooeedings'of the five original Mem- 
bers.— see Murray. 



Sooutt for the Propag»tion of the Gospel— Appeal in behalf o^ with Iistten from 
the ArchbiahopB and Bishops. (Ath. Coll. toL 202.) 8^ London, 18iS. 

Principles o^ with regard to Emigrants. — see Lyttelton. 

On a National Collection for. — see Merewether. 

Spain — ^Relation de oe qui s'est pass^ depuis le depart de la Flotte d'Ef^Mgna mmantike 
en la Baye d'Alicante. (Gibbon Coll. yol. 4.) 4^ Fbiib, 1782. 

Exposition addressee i TAmbasBadeur du Roi Catholique i la Conr d*Angleterre^ 

tonchant les raisons qui ont oblig^ Sa Mi^estd i fidre la Guerre irEmperenr. 
(Gibbon ColL vol 5.) 4^ Pkrist 1738. 

War of Succession. An Argument against War, in opposition to some lata 

pamphlets, particularly the First and Second Part of the Ihike of Anjon's Buooas 
sion. (Gibbon CoU. vol 16.) 4^ London, 1701. 

The Duke of Anjou's Succession considered as to its lesali^ and con- 

sequenoesy with Reflections on the French King's Memorial to ue Dntoh. In 
Two Parts. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 16.) 4^ London, 1701. 

The Speech of Viscount Pahnenton in reply to Lord Bentindi's Motion in 

fovour of the ^Moiiah Bondholders tried by the Law of this Country. (Ath. CoU. 
vol. 269.) 8° London, 1848. 

Sfkncb (William). Britain independent of Commerce, or Proofs our Riches are deriTed 
firom resources inherent in ourselyes. (Tracts S. yol. 6.) 8^ London, 1807. 

Reply. — see Mill (James). 

Sprat (Thomas). Sermon before the Artillery Company of London, April 20. (Cath. 
Cent. vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1682. 

Sfroule (John). Essay on the growth and management of Flax in Ireland. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 196.) 8° Dublin, 1844. 

Sfrt (John Himie). Inquiry into the claims of the British and Foreign Kble Society 
to the countenance and support of Members of the Established Churdi. (Traots s. 
vol. 3.) 8^ London, 1810. 

S[tafford] W[illiam]. A compendious or briefe examination of certsyne ordinary 
compli^ts of divers of our Countrymen in these our days, Ac., by W. S., Gkntieman, 
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[This Tract has been attributed to Shakespeare — see " Farmer on the Learning 

of Shakespeare."] 

Stafford (William, Viscount) — Stafford's Memoires, or a brief and Impartial Aoooont 
of luB birth and quality, imprisonment, trial, and final end, beheaded December 29, 
1681, with an Appendix concerning Stephen CoUedge's Trial. (Tracts on Popiih 
Plot.) fi>L London, 1681. 

Stavlkt (Edward), Bp. of Norwich. Charge deUvered to the Clergy of his Diocese. 
(Charges, vol. 6.) 8° Norwich, 1846. 

[STAioJnr (William), Dean of St. Asaph]. Discourse concerning the Devotions of the 
Church of Rome, especiaUy as compared with those of the Church of England. 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 8.) 4^ London, 1685. 

SiAFLETov (Augustus G.). The Claims of the Irish Priest, the Duty of the British 
People. (Ath. CoU. voL 213.) 89 London, 1847. 

Stavelbt (Thomas). Three Historical Essays. 1, Proves the Titie of the Kings of 
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4° London, 1708. 

Steelk (Sir Richard). The Englishman, No. 57, being the dose of the Paper so caUed. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 9.) 4° London, 1714. 

The Crisis ; or a Discourse representing from authentic Records the just canses 

of the late happy Revolution, witn remarlu on the danger of a Popish Successor. 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 7.) ^^ London, 1714. 

— The False Alarm ; or Remarks upon Mr. Steele's " Crims." (Gibbon CoU. 

vol. 9.) 4° London, 1714. 

— Remarks upon Mr. Steele's "Crisis," humbly inscribed to the Clergy of the 

Church of England. (Gibbon CoU. voL 10.) 4^ London, 1714. 

see Swift. 

see also in Catalogue of Booki^ Supplement, p. 160. 

Stbif.— see Ouvaroff. 

TRACTS. 250 

SriKUJUi (Sir George). The Niger IVade ooiuddered in oonnexion witii the African 
Blockade. (Ath. CoU. vol. 263.) S9 London, 1849. 

Letter to Sir £. F. Buxton on the proposed revival of the English Slave Trade. 

(Ath. GolL vol 268.) 8<^ London, 1849. 

(BiEPHENS (Edward)]. A plain narration of the late action at Sea between the English 
and Dutch Fleets, from June 22 to July 6, with reflections thereupon, and a 
Preparation for Death recommended, in a letter to a Malefactor. (Qibbon Coll. 
vol. 11.) 4° London, 1690. 

[SnpirsT (Qeorge)]. An Essay upon the present interest of England. (Qibbon GoU. 
vol 10.) 4^ London, 1701. 

Stkvsnson (W. YX The Non-decomposition of Water distinctly proved, in answer 
to the award or a medal by the Royal Society for the Contrary Doctrine. (Ath. 
ColL vol. 268.) 8o London, 1848. 

[SnLUNoruEKT (Edward), Bp. of Worcester]. The Doctrines and Practices of the 
Church of Rome truly represented, in answer to " A Papist misrepresented and 
represented." (Cath. Cont. vols. 1 and 12.) 4^^ London, 1686. 

see also Sherlock (W.) 

[ ] The Doctrine of the Trinity and Transubstantiation compared as to Scripture, 

Reason, and Tradition. 2 Parts. (Cath. Cont. vols. 6 and 13.) 4^ London, 

Discourse concerning the nature and grounds of the Certainty of Faith, in 

answer to J. S. his Catholick Letters. (Cath. Cont. vol. 3.) 4<> London, 1688. 

Stoddabt (George Henrv). The true Cure for Ireland, the development of her Indus- 
try, with a Notice of the Irish Amelioration Sode^. (Ath. Coll. voL 212.) 8^ 
London, 1847. 

BlOKES (Whitley). Projects for re-establishing the internal peace and tranquillity of 
Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 11.) 8<> Dublin, 1799. 

STB^DLnro (Sir Harry). Letter to his Wife, written in 1466. (Misc. Coll. vol. 8.) 4^ 
London, 1846. 

[Btratfobd (Thomas Wentworth, Earl of)]. Propositions delivered to H. M. [Charles 
1st] for the securing of His Majesties Estate, and the Bridling of Parliaments. (Gib- 
bon CoU. vol. 14.) 4<^ London, 1641 1 

Strafford's Plot discovered, and the Parliament vindicated in their justice 

executed upon him, by the late disooverv of certain Propositions delivered to His 
Majestie by the late Earl, a litUe before his Trial. (Scarce Tracts.) 4^ London, 

[Stratford (Nicolas), Bp. of Chester]. Discourse conoemixig the necesrity of Reforma- 
tion, with respect to the errors and corruptions of the Qiurch of Rome. 2 Parts. 
(Cath. Cont. vol. 8.) 4^^ London, 1685. 

Strditon (Richard). Relation of tiie Cruelties and Barbarities of the French upon the 
Ikiglish Prisoners of War. (Gibbon ColL vol. 9.) 4^ London, 1690. 

" Strtpe'8 Cranmer," on the Publication of.— see MaiUand (S. R.) 

Stuart (Prince Charles Edward). — see Pretender. 

"Stoart*8 (J. Sobieski) Vesldarium Scoticum," Reply to the Quarterly Review 
relative to. (Ath. Coll. vol. 269.) 8^ Edinburgh, 1848. 

Sugar Questioit— The Sugar Question. (Ath. CoU. vol. 194.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Speech of the Bishop of Oxford against the admission of Slave Labour Sugar on 

equal terms with Free Labour Produce. (Ath. Coll. vol. 268.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Second edition. (Ath. Coll. vol. 265.) 8<^ London, 1848. 

see Cave ; Denman ; Hodgkin ; Jelly ; Martin ; Omnium (Jacob.) ; Smith. 

SULTVAN (Henry W.). Sermon in Obedience to the Queen's Letter for tiie Starving 
Irish, Jan. 31. 1847. (Ath. Coll. vol. 291.) 8^ London, 1847. 

SuMHKR (Charles Richard), Bishop of Winchester. Chai^ge delivered to the Clergy of 
his Diocese. (Chaises, vol. 6.) 8^ London, 1845. 

SuROEOV — ^Memoirs of the Life of a Country Surgeon. (Ath. Coll. voL 198.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1845. 

SuBTRBS (Scott F.). Education for the People : Letter to the Bishop of Bipon. (Ath* 
CoU. vol. 204.) 8^ London, 1846. 

880 TRACTa 

8UB9KIB (Soott F.). Church AboaeB and Church Reform, addrenad to E. Horaiiiaii. 
(Aih. ColL vol. 247.) S"^ London, 1849. 

Buanx— On Suasex Aichsology. (Ath. CdL yoI. 287.) 12^ Lewea, 1846. 

SwABET (Maurice). Letter to the Bishop of Ripon on the present state of Weatminsfcer 
School (Ath. GolL vol. 207.) 8^ London, 1846. 

SWAINB (Edward). Equity without compromise, or Hints for a just system of National 
Education, with Remarks on Dr. Hook's Pamphlet. (Ath. ColL yoL 205.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1846. 

[SwiTT (Jonathan)]. The Publick Spirit of the Whigs set forth in th^ enoooragement 
of the Author of "The Crisis," [Sir Richard Steele]. (Oibbon ColL toL 10.) 4^ 
London, 1714. 

see Steele. 

SwrrzEBLAND — £zpos6 de la Didte Fed^rale au Peuple Suisse. (Ath. ColL vd. 242.) 
8° (Berne), 1847. 

Stkss (Colonel W. H.). Statistics of the free City of FrankfortH>n-the<Main. (Ath. 
CoU. vol. 201.) 8<^ London, 1844. 

Statistics of the Administration of Justice in British India from 1841 to 1844. 

(Ath. ColL vol. 229.) 8^ (London), 1846. 

The Statistics of Civil Justice in Bengal, in which the Qoverament b a party. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 275.) 8<^ London, 1848. 

on Dutch Possessions in the East. — see Crawford. 

Stlykstxr (John). — see Tobacco. 

Stmonb (Jelinger C). Railway Liabilities, as they afifect subacribers^ oommittees, 
allottees, &c. (Ath. Coll. vol. 194.) 8^ London, 1846. 

A Plea for Schools, which sets forth the dearth of Education and the growth of 

Crime, &c. (Misc. ColL vol 18.) 4^ London, 1847. 

T. (T.>— see Trade. 

Tabbebnzb (John Loude). On the Supply of Water to London, with a financiai Scheme 
for carrymg the long-desired Rerorm into effect, and entirely subverting Water- 
Rates. (Ath. Coll. voL 258.) B9 London, 1847. 

Tait (A. C). Letter to the Vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford, on the Mea> 
sures intended to be proposed to Convocation on the ISth of February. (Tract. 
Cont. vol. 15.) 8° London, 1845. 

TANona — ^Tangier's Rescue ; a Relation of the late memorable Passages at Tangier, bj 
John Ross. (Oibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 4<> London, 1681. 

The Moors Baffled, being a discourse concerning Tangier, especially under the 

Earl of Teviot. (Oibbon ColL voL 11.) 4^ London, 1681. 

Taxation — A Treatise of Taxes and Contributions. (Oibbon ColL vol. 22.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1679. 

A Way to raise what Money shall be necessary, with less Expence and more 

Equality than those now in use. (Oibbon Coll. vol. 22.) 4^ LondoD, 1690 ! 

Taxes no Charge, in a Letter from a O^ntleman to a Person of Quality. (Oib- 

bon Coll. vol. 22.) 4^ London, 1690. 

Some Considerations about the most proper Way of raising Money in the pre- 

sent conjuncture. (Oibbon ColL voL 22.) 4^^ London, 1690 1 

Some Remarks upon, and Instances of, the Usages of former PU'liaments in 

rektion to Taxes. (Oibbon Coll. vol. 22.) 4^ London, 1690 f 

Humble Address to the People of England, being a Demonstration that a Land 

Tax is more prejudicial than an Inland Duty on Wine and Tobacco. (GKbbon OoU. 
vol. 14.) 40 London, 1788. 

see also Parker (B.) 

see Drake ; Oibbon ; Haward ; Hodges. 

Pbopebtt Tax — The Comparative Merits of Direct and Indiraot Taxation, bj 

W. B. (Ath. Coll. vol. 226.) 89 London, 1846. 

On the Reduction of Taxes and Increase of Food and Revenue, bj 

AgriooU. (Ath. Coll. voL 226.) 8^ London 1847. 


Taxation : Pbofibtt Tax— A Budget of two Tues only, a Stamp Tax and a Froperfy 
Tax. (Ath. CoU. toL 264.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Two Letters to a Member of Parliament, containing soggeetions for a 

Property Tax, by P. S. B. (Ath. CJolL voL 264.) 8® London, 1848. 

— Property Tax vernu Income Tax. (Ath. OolL vol. 264.) 8^ London, 


see also Babbage ; Boshe ; Fumivall ; Macleod. 

Tax on Domestic Expenditure. — see Bevans. 

Tatlob (Q. L.). On Qas Works and the introduction of Cannel Coal Qas into the 
Metropolis. (Ath. Coll. yol. 268.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Tatlob (W. Cooke). Notes of a Visit to the Model Schools in Dublin, and BeflectionB 
on the State of the Education Question in Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 207.) BP Dub- 
lin, 1847.. 

Temple (The Ikkeb) — ^Remarks on the mode of electing Benchers at the Inner Temple. 
(Ath. ColL Yol. 199.) S^ London, 1846. 

—— ^^ see Hay ward. 

Tevaitt Bioht. — see Caird; Lattimore: Nevile ; Shelley ; Welch. 

TsmBOir (Thomas), Abp. of Canterbury. Discourse concerning a Guide in Matters of 
Faith, with reipect ei^>ecially to the Bomish pretence of the necessity of such a one 
as is inJUlible. (Cath. Cont. toL 8.) 4^ London, 1683. 

True Account of a Conference held about Religion at London, Sept. 29, 1687* 

between A. Pulton and Thomas Tenison. (Cath. Cont. toI. 3.) 4^ London, 1687. 
Mr. Pulton considered in his sincerity, reasonings, authorities, or a just answer 

to his " True and full Account of a Conference," &c. (Cath. Cont. vol. 3.) 4^ Lon- 
don, 1687. 

Sermon against Self-Love, &c., before the House of Commons on the Fast Day, 

June 6, 1689. (Cath. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^^ London, 1689. 

Thaubs Improvement Plan.— see Martin. 

see Sewerage. 

Thiblwall (Connop), Bp. of St. David's. Charge delivered to the Clergy of his Diocese. 
(Charges, vol. 5.) 8^ London, 1845. 

Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, voL 9.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Speech on the Bill [for removing the Disabilities of the Jews]. (Ath. ColL 

vol. 244.) 89 London, 1848. 

Thohab (Archdeacon Josiah). Address to a Meeting at Bath, for the purpose of form- 
ing a Chuix^ Missionary Society. (Tracts B. vol. 8.) B9 Bath, 1817. 

Reply.— see Wilson (D.) 

Thompson (Edward Healy). Remarks on certain Anglican Theories of Unity. (Ath. 
ColL vol. 223.) S^ London, 1846. 

Thompson (George). — see Tobacco. 

Thompson ^r John). The Earl of Anglesey's State of the (Government and Kingdom, 
preparea for H. M. King Charles 2nd in the year 1682, and Vindication of his 
Loidship. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 14.) 4^ London. 1694. 

Thompson (Thomas). Treatise of the Gout. (Gibbon ColL vol. 8.) 4^ London, 1740. 

Thomben (Grimur). Les Garanties Anfflo-Franfaisee, donn^es au Danemark en 1720 
pour le Duch6 de Slesvic. (Ath. CoU. vol. 280.) 89 Copenhague, 1848. 

Thobp (Robert). The Rights of the Clergy to sit in Parliament or Convocation con- 
sidered. (Ath. Coll. vol. 247.) 8^ (London), 1849. 

Tn>E8 (The), New Theory o£ — see Debenham. 

Tillotbon (John), Abp. of Canterbuir. Sermon at the first (General Meeting of tiie 
Gentlemen in London who were oom within the County of York. (Cath. Cont. 
vol. 9.) 4° London, 1679. 

[ ] Discourse against Transubstantiation. (Cath. Cont. vol. 5.) 4^ London, 1685. 

4 Sermon on the Thanksgiving Day, 31st Jan. 1688. (Cath. Cont. vol. 9.) 4^ 

London, 1689. 

rrnmouTH (William)]. The Cunning half-Toxy, half- Whig Premier, [Sir R. Peel] and 
the Shuffling Home-Secretary, ^th. ColL vol 215.) 8^ London, 1846. 

262 TRACTS. 

TiTHSs — Observatioiui on a Bill for the amendment of the Law in reipeoi of Mbdm ftr 

THthes. (Tracts 8. vol. 2.) 8° Exeter, 1817. 

A Letter to the £arl of Liveqxwl on the origin, title, efleota, and Commiitaikn 

of Tithes. (Tracts S. yol. 2.) S^ London, 1828. 

on the Tithe Composition BilL — see Barnes. 

TOBAOOO — King Jan^es his Counterblast against Tobacco, to which is added a 

by Dr. Everard Maynwaringe, and a short collection from Dr. George Thompson's 
Treatise against smoking, with witty Poems against Tobacco by John Sylvester. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 19.) 4^ London, 1672. 

A Dissertation on the Use and Abuse of Tobacco in relati<m to Smtdung, Chew- 
ing, and taking of Snuff. (Gibbon ColL vol. 19.) 4^ London, 1720. 

see Venner. 

Todd (James H.). University of Dublin : Remarks on the Statements of The. Wyae on 
Academical Education in Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 188.) 8^ Dublin, 1844. 

ToLET (Le Cardinal Franfois). D*un Livre Latin, du Cardinal FrBn9oia Tolet (f), im- 

Srime & Venise en 1605, a eU traduit, et extrait ce qui suit — " De Monte PSetatis.*' 
[S. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 1.) 

Tovmns — Proposals for Subscription of Money, ko., reported to the Lord Mayor, Sr 
William Hooker. (Gibbon Coll. vol 20.) 4^ London, 1674. 

"Torquemada the Younger.*' Letter to the Yice-ChanoeDor of the Unrvenity of 
Oxford, and the learned Doctors who assisted him on a late occasion. (Tract. ConL 
vol. 14.) 8° London, 1848. 

ToRBSKB (R.). On the Operation of the Bank Charter Act of 1844, as it affiacts Com- 
mercial Credit. (Ath. Coll. vol. 225.) SP London, 1847. 

Self-supporting Colonization: Ireland saved without cost to the In:^>enal 

Treasury. (Ath. Coll. vol. 212.) 8° London, 1847. 

Systematic Colonization: Ireland saved without cost to the Imperial Trea> 

sury. (Ath. Coll. vol. 293.) 8^ London, 1849. 

TouRNEMnni (le Pdre lUnc Joseph). Declaration sur des Ecrits supposes qui paroissent 
dans le second tome des Anecdotes sur la Constitution. (GKbbon ColL voL 12.) 4^ 
Paris, 1732. 

Toubsain-Bbidoul (F.). The School of the Eucharist established upon the miracnlons 
respects and acknowledgments which Beasts, Birds, and Insects have rendred to 
the Holy Sacrament of the Altar, made English, with a prefiice concerning the 
Testimony of Miracles. (Cath. Cont. vol. 6.) 4^ London, 1687. 

Tbactarian Controvbbst. — see Bateman ; Bricknell ; Close ; Deane ; Garbett ; God- 
win ; Goode ; Goulbum ; Gresley ; Hawkins ; Hussev ; Keble ; Lawrence ; Lee ; 
Maurice; Meller; Moberly; Oakeley; Pusey; Sewel1;Tait; Torquemada; Ward; 
Wickham ; Woodgate. 

— ^ see also Church of England ; Liturgy ; Lay Tracts ; Oxford. 

Trade and Commsbce — ^A true Transcript of his Majesties Letters Patent for an Office 
to be erected called the Publike Register for general Commerce, with an Introdoc* 
tion, by Sir Arthur Gorges. (Gibbon ColL vol. 24.) 4<^ London, 1612. 

The Trades Increase, by I. R. (Gibbon Coll. voL 24.) 4^ London, 1615. 

A deare and Evident Way for enriching the Nations of England and Ireland, 

and for setting great numbers of the Poore to work, by I. D. (Gibbon Coll. voL 21.) 
49 London, 1660. 

The Ancient Trades decayed, repaired again, wherein are declared the several 

abuses that have impaired all the ancient Trades in the Eangdom, with Proposals 
for their improvement. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4*^ London, 1678. 

An Account of the French Usurpation upon the Trade of England, by I. B. 

(Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4<> London, 1689. 

Remarks on the Affikirs and Trade of England and Ireland, by W. H. (Gib- 

bon ColL vol. 20.) 4° London, 1691. 

An Abstract of the Grievances of Trade which oppress our Poor, humUy offered 

to Parliament. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 21.) 4^ London, 1694. 

Considerations requiring greater Care for Trade in England, and some Expe- 

dients proposed. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 21.) 49 London, 1695. 

A Discourse of the G^eral Notions of Money, Trade, and Exchanges, aa they 

stand in relation to each other. (Gibbon OoU. voL 18.) 4^ London, 1695. 

TRACTS. 268 

Tbads and CouMXBxm — Hie Gnnd Conoem of England explained in eeveral propoflals 
oSeired to the consideration of the Parliament. (Qibbon CoU. yol. 24.) 4^ London, 

The Naked Truth, in an Eeaay upon Trade, with some ProposalB for bringing 

the Balance on our side. (Qibbon GoU. vol. 20.) 4^ London, 1696. 

Some G^eral Considerations relating to our present Trade, and intended for 

its improvement, by T. T., merchant. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4^ London, 1698. 
A Dialogue between Mr. Smith, Monsieur Ragouse, Menheir Dorveil, and Mr. 

Manoel Teziera, in a Walk to Newington. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 21.) i^ London, 1701. 
A Proposal for putting a speedy End to the War, by ruining the Commerce of 

the French and Spaniards and securing our own. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4^ 
London, 1708. 

An Enquiry into the causes of the Prohibition of Commerce with France 

during the present War, by R. F. (Gibbon ColL yol. 20.) 4^ London, 1708. 
Case of the Royal African Company of England. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 18.) 4^ 

London, 1780. 

Other Works on the Trade of England during the xvn. Century. — see Boilers ; 

Bethell ; Chamberlayne ; Child ; Coke ; Maddison ; Malynes ; Misselden ; Parker ; 
Roberts ; Robinson ; Trevors ; Wagstaffo ; Wheeler. 

Danger of, from the Spaniards. — see Campbell ; Williams (R.) 

The Dutch Trade.— eee Coke (R.) 

On the Balance of. — see Newdegate. 

Britain's Riches not from Commeroe.— eee Spenoe. 

Defence of Commerce. — see Mill. 

see also Linen Trade ; Wool Trade ; Copper Manu&cture. 

Trade of Lreland. — see under Ireland. 

of India (B. I. Company).— eee India. 

Fbke Tradi — Protection and Free Trade, or the Interests of an Empire and 

not of a Party. (Ath. Coll. vol. 226.) 8° London, 1846. 

The Commercial Policy of Pitt and Peel, 1785-1846. (Ath. Coll. 

vol. 227.) 8° London, 1847. 

Reply to the Quarterly Review, by the Author of the *' Commercial 

Policy of Pitt and Peel." (Ath. Coll. vol. 227.) 89 London, 1847. 

Suggestions for the relief of British Commerce, addressed to the Chan- 

cellor of the Exchequer, by a Clergyman. (Ath. Coll. vol. 265.) 8^ London, 1848. 
Communism and Free Trade, or Theory and Practice exemplified, a 

Glance at the Proudhon and Manchester Schools. (Ath. ColL voL 264.) B9 Iion 
don, 1847. 

see Elliot ; Hainworth ; Hodgkin ; Whitmore ; Williams. 

— — Defence of, in 1628. — see Misselden. 

1648. — see Parker. 

TBAyismr ( — ). An Account of the Proceedings against the Turks, with an exact 
Diaiy of the Siege of Newheusel and its taking. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 4^ Lon> 
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Treaties — Partition Treaty — ^Account of the Debate in Town about Peace and War. 
(Gibbon CoU. voL 9.) 4° London, [1701]. 

The Triple Alliance. — Traits d'Alliance Defensive entre la France, rAngleterre, 

et la HoUande, conclu & la Haye le 4 Jan. 1717. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 5.) 4^ Paris, 

Traits entre le Roy, VEmpereur, et le Roy de la Grande Bretagne, pour la paci- 

fication de I'Europe, conclu & Londres le 2 d'Aodt, 1718. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 5.) 
4«> Paris, 1719. 

Traits de Paix entre le Roy, TEmpereur, et I'Empire, conclu & Yienne, le 

18 Nov 

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. 1788. (Gibbon CoU. vol. 5.) 4<^ Paris, 1789. 

Traits et Conventions pour les malades et Prisonniers de Guerre des Troupes 

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Tbevsbs (Joseph). An Ean,j for the restoring of onr decsjred TnMle, wheran » 
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'* Tribus Impostoribus (de)" — Copie de la Traduction de Latin en Fnn9oi8 du hm das 
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[This is the MS. of a supposititious work under this title, a full aoooont of 
which is given by P. Marchand, (Diet. Histor. vol. 1, page 822,) and of wfaidi, 
with yariations in their colophons as to the Library whence they wers 
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TsowEB (W. J.). Letter to Lord John Russell on the bearing of the proposed admis- 
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Address to the Committee of the Chichester Diooesan Association, oocasiooed 

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Tucker (Joeiah). Union or Separation, now first published in this Tract upon the 
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TuKB (James H.). Visit to Connaught in the autumn of 1847 : second edition, with 
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TuRKJET — ^Turkey and Great Britain, or a View of the Improvements introduced into 
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TuBNBULL (Peter Evan). Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the Parodiial 
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4° , . 

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D^laration du Roy au sujet de la Constitution du Pnpe Clement XL, qui 

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Ordonnance et Instruction Pastorale de Charles G. G. des Comtes de Vinti* 

mille, TArchevesque de Paris, au sujet de la Constitution Unigenitus. (GKbbon ColL 
vol. 3.) 4«> Paris, 1729. 

Lettre de Charles, Archev^ue de Paris, au Roi sur la situation du Diocdse de 

Paris, avec la Lettre du Roy en reponse. (Gibbon Coll. voL 3.) 4^ Paris^ 1730. 
Lettre ^crite au Roy par I'AssembUe G6n6rale du Clerg^ de France, tenue H 

Paris en I'ann^e 1730. (Gibbon Coll. voL 8.) i^ Paris, 1730. 

Lettre. "Duo quippe stmt, Imperator Auguste," &c. (Gibbon ColL voL 3.) 

4P Paris, 1752. 

[Alluding to the controversy on the Bull Unigenitus.] 
United States. — see America. 

UNiVERfiiTiES — Opinions on the Admisnon of Dissenters to the Universitiei^ and oo 
University Reform. (Ath. Coll. vol. 207.) BP London, 1847. 

see Education (University). 

Urmston (Sir James B.). Chusan and Hong-Kong, with Remarks on the Treaty of 
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Usury, Tracts on. — see Colepeper ; Drake. 
Vaccination. — see Marshall. 

Vandeleur (Henry S.). England and Ireland, their Roman and Celtic Origin, with its 
consequences. (Ath. Coll. vol. 256.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Van Oven (Barnard). Ought Baron de Rothschild to fdt in Parliament! an imaginary 
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don, 1847. 

TRACTS. 265 

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Yauohak (E. p.). Letter to W. Miles, M. P., on the practical working of the Minutes 
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Yaughan (Robert). Popular Education in England, with Reply to the Letter of 
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Yenicb — Journal of the Yenetian Campaigne, a. d. 1687^ under the Conduct of the 
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London, 1688. 

Yeniter fTobiaH^. A briefe and accurate Treatise conoeming the taking of the Fume of 
Tobacco, which very many in these days doe too licentiously use. (GKbbon ColL 
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YsBNET (Sir Hanr). Observations on the AfBurs of Qermany, in a Letter to Yisoonnt 
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Yukita, ^ege ot — see Peter (J.) 

Ydeba (Padre Antonio). Las Cinco Pledras de la Honda de David, en oinco Disoorsoa 
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Yioo— Losses of Dutch and Spanish Merchants at. — see Beavis. 

Y1NE8 — ^A few observations on the mismanagement and conseauent barrenness of 
out-of-doors Qrape-Yines in and about London. (Ath. Coll. yoL 224.) 12^ Iioq* 
don, 1847. 

YiOLiT (Thomas). True Narrative of the Proceedings in the Court of Admiraltie against 
the ships Sampson, Salvador, and Qooige, their silver and lading. (Qibbon ColL 
vol. 4.) 4<^ London, 1659. 

Y0RE8 (Thomas). The Judgment of Charity : a Plea for the hypothetical interpretation 
of the Baptismal Services of the Church of England. (Ath. Coll. voL 297.) 8^ 
London, 1849. 

[Reply]. Answer to a Pamphlet by the Rev. T. Yores, entitled " The Judg- 
ment of Charity," by Amicus Curiae. (A^^. ColL voL 297.) 8^ London, 1849. 

YoBSnus (Conrad). — see Dort (Synod of). 

Yox vera; or a Sketch for the Future, by "Simplex." (Ath. Coll. voL 215.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1847. 

YuLLiAMT (Benjamin Lewis). On the construction and regulation of Clocks for Rail- 
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Ytvtak (Sir Richard). Letter to the Magistrates of Berkshire on their practice of 
consigning Prisoners to Solitary Confinement before Trial. (Ath. Coll. vol. 189.) 
8^^ London, 1845. 

Waghobn (Lieutenant Thomas). Letter to W. E. Qladstone on the extension of 
Steam Navigation from Singapore to Port Jackson. (Ath. Coll. vol. 282.) 8^ 
London, 1846. 

Two Letters to Earl Grey on ditto. (Ath. Coll. vol. 232.) 8^ London, 


On Emigration to Australia, on the broadest possible principles. (Ath. ColL 

vol. 266.) 8^ London, 1848. 

[Waostaffb (Thomas)]. Remarks on some late Sermons, and in particular on Dr. 
Sherlock's Sermon at the Temple, December 80, 1694, [on the Queen's death]. 
(Qibbon CoU. vol. 12.) 4^ London, 1695. 

[ ]^^ Rights and Liberties of Englishmen asserted, with a Collection of Statutes 

and Records of Parliament against Foreigners. (Qibbon Coll. vol. 20.) 4^ Lon- 
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[Wake (William), Abp. of Canterburv]. Defence of the Exposition of the Doctrine of 
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(Cath. Cent. voL 1.) 4^ London, 1686. 

: Two Discourses: of Purgatory, and Prayers for the Dead. (Cath. Cont. vol. 5.) 

40 London, 1687. 

[ ] Discourse of the Holy Eucharist, in the two great Points of the Real Presence 

and the Adoration of the Host, in answer to tiie two Discourses printed at Oxford, 
with an historical pre&ce. (Cath. Cont voL 18.) 4^ London, 1687. 


266 TBACTS. 

[Wakx (William), Abp. of GaDteriyory]. An hiftorical Traatiae, wrKten by an anOMr 
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made appear, that according to the principlea of uut Church, the doetrine caiUMi 
be an Article of Faith. (Cath. Cont. vol. 18.) 4^ London, 1687. 

[ ] The Present State of the Controyenie between the Church of Kngjand and the 

Church of Rome, or an Account of the Books written on both sidei^ with the Ooo- 
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Sermon before the House of Commons on the Fast Day, June 5, 1689. (Oath. 

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Waldinbis, Persecution of, 1686. — see Piedmont. 

Walkbb (GeoTce A.). Lectures on the actual condition of the MetropoIitMi Cbave- 
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Wallace (Edward J.). The Oregon Question determined by the Rulfli of Iktcnia- 
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Walsh (Sir John). Passing Remarks on the Prtrilege Qnertion. (Ath. CML iroi fi09L) 
8° London, 1846. 

Walshe (Walter Hayle). Report <m Pulmonary Fhthisb, as dbibn^ at tiia HoapHal 
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On the logical applications of Phyriology to Pathology. (Ath. OoD. r6L 282.) 

8^ London, 1849. 

Ward (James). Railways for the many and not for the fow, or how to make them 
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How to re-construct the Industrial Condition of Lreland. (Ath. CoH. yoL 212.) 

8° London, 1847. 

Wabd (W. G.). Address to Members of Convocation in protest against the pn^osed 
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— Mr. Ward and the New Test ; or plain Reasdns why those who esn sur s 

Mr. Ward should not vote for the New Statute, which limits the 89 Articlei^ fay 
M. A. (Tract. Cont. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1844. 

Selections from his Ideal of a Christian Church, illustrative of its tenden^ to 

promote dutifulness to the English Church, &a (Tract. Cont. voL 15.) 8^ 
London, 1844. 

Case of. — see Bateman; Bricknell; Garbett; Gresley; Goulbum; Hussey; 

Eeble; Maurice; Moberly; Oakeley; Sewell; TViit; Woodgate. 

Wabner's (Captain) Invention — Speech of Sir Howard Douglas on Lord Ingestre's 
Motion for another Conmiission on Warner's Discoveries. (Atii. Coll. voL 238.) 99 
London, 1846. 

WABinss (John). Suggestions on fattening Cattle with Native instead of Foreign Pm- 
duce. (Ath. Coll. vol. 196.) B9 Norwich, 1842. 

Reasons for the cultivation of Flax in Great Britain and Ireland. (Ath. Coll. 

voL 196.) 8° Norwich, 1848. 

Extracts from ancient and modem writers on the Flax Crop. (Ath. ColL 

vol. 196.) S^ Norwich, 1844. 

Wason (Rigby). Letter to Lord John Russell on the mode for the reclamation of 
Waste Land at Corwar. (Ath. Coll. vol. 212.) 8^ Edinbuigh, 1847. 

Budget for the Million, in a Letter to the Borough of Ipswieh. (Ath. CoH. 

vol. 278.) 8° Ayr, 1849. 

Waste Lakds. — see Ireland. 

Reclamation ot — see Scrope; Wason. 

Water, Non-Decomposition of — see Stevenson. 

Supply of, to London. — see Tabbemer. 

Waterloo MoNuioarr— The Voice of the People as to the Waterloo Monument^ with 
Observations on its principles and objeote, &c. (Tracto S. vol. 7.) B9 London. 

Watson (Alexander). The People, Education, and the Church; a Letter to the 
Bishop of Exeter, occasioned by the Letter of Dr. Hook. (Ath. ColL vol 305.) 99 
London, 1846. ' 

TRACTS. 267 

Waxboh (Akmider). Lettar to all M«mben of the CShuroh of England, containing 
Words of Ck>mmon Sense for Oommon People, on the "one Baptiun for the remis- 
sion of Sins." (Ath. OoU. vol 299.) 8^ London, 1850. 

— — — — The Banger of being "ashamed of Christ" and of his words in an "evil and 
adulterous generation." (Ath. ColL vol. 295.) 8^ London, 1850. 

WxALK (John). Letter to Lord John Russell on the Defence of the Countiy, and on 
the expediency of training Able-bodied Male Persons applying for Parochial Reliet 
(Ath. ColL vol 219.) 8° London, 1847. 

Wbabdujb Miner's Improvement Society— Report and Addreas, by T. Sopwith. (Ath. 
ColL ToL 270.) 8^^ London, 1849. 

Wbbb (C. Looock). Letter on Railways, their accounts and dividends, with sugges- 
tions for Government assistance. (Atii. ColL voL 289.) 8^ London, 1849. 

WaasKKB (C. F.). Sur TUnion politique inseparable du Slesvic et du Danemark. 
(Ath. ColL voL 279.) 8^ Copenhague, 1848. 

Wkohtb and Measures. — see liariana. 

WxLCH (James). Tenant-Right^ its nature and requirements. (Ath. Coll. vol. 277.) 
8^ Ix>ndon, 1848. 

WxLUNOTON Statue rPhe) — Judgment on, by Iconoclaetes. (Ath. ColL vol. 289.) 
8<> (London, 1847.) 

Wnr IsDiBS — ^Remarks on the present State of our West Indian Colonies. (Ath. Coll. 
yoL 2512.) S^ London, 1848. 

see also Colquhoun ; Gore. 

■ ■■ On the employment of Convicts in. — see Window. 

WiBTMiNSTia — Cochrane and the Westminster Election : Address to the Electors, by 
C. £. Houghton. (Ath. Coll. voL 216.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Letter to the Electors. — see Elliot. 

Bescription of the New Palace of Westminster. (Ath. Coll. voL 269.) 8^ 

London, 1848. 

Westminbtkb School (The) — ^its state and prospects considered. (Ath. Coll. vol. 188.) 
8^ London, 1845. 

. see also Swabey. 

WxanmrEmEB Plat — ^The Broad Sheet libranr Edition of the Epilogue, with an English 
Poetical Version. (Misc. Coll. vol. 8.) fol. 1848. 

[Whabton (Henry)]. Treatise of the Celibacy of the Clergy, wherein its rise and pro- 
gress are historically considered. (Cath. Cont. vol. 1.) 4^ London, 1688. 

Whatelt (Richard), Archbishop of Dublin. Thoughts on Church Government^ a 
Charge to his Diocese. (Charges, vol. 5.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Reflections on a Grant to a Roman Catholic Seminary, a Chai^. (Chaiges, 

voL 5.) 8^^ London, 1845. 

Charge to the Cleigy of his Diooeaes. (Charges, vol. 8.) 8^ Dublin, 1847. 

Speech on the Irish Poor Laws. (Ath. CdL voL 214.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Statements respecting the Church and the Universities [on the appointment of 

the Bishop of Hereford]. (Ath. Coll. voL 245.) 8^ Dublin, 1848. 

Christian Saints, as described in the New Testament. (Ath. CdL vol. 251.) 

80 Dublin, 1848. 

The Search after In&llibility, in reference to Errors arising within the Church 

in the Primitive as well as in all htter ages. (Ath. Coll. vol. 251.) 8^ Dublin, 
Charge to the Cleigy of his Dioceses. (Charges, voL 10.) 8^ DubHn, 1849. 

Whxklib (John). A Treatise of Commerce, wherein are shewed the Commodities 
arising m>m a well ordered Trade, such as that of the Merchants Adventurers. (Gib- 
bon ColL vol. 24.) 40 London, 1601. 

WhkwBiL (William). On the fundamental Antithesis of Philosophy, two Memours. 
(Misc. Coll. voL 8.) 4° Cambridge, 1844-8. 

_ Remarks on a Review of the Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, in a Letter 

to Sir J. F. W. HerscheL (Misc. CoU. vol. 8.) 4° [Privately printed.] 1844. 

Histoiy of the Inductive Sciences," Strictures on, (from the United Servioe 

Magasine). (Ath. Coll. voL 288.) S^ London, 1847. 

968 TRACTS. 

WmcKiB (WiJter Qilchrigt). A National Note propoeed to Sir CSiaries Wood. (Aih. 
CoU. voL 225.) 89 London, 1847. 

WmsroN (Robert). Cathedral TroBts and their fulfihnent. (Ath. CoIL yol. 291.) 8^ 
London, 1849-50. 

Whitehbad (John). Railway and Qovemment Qnarantee, which is preferable f (Ath. 
ColL vol. 280.) 8° London, 1847. 

WmTMORB (W. W.). Third Letter to the Agricolturists of the County d Salop. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 224.) 120 London, 1846. 

Letter to Lord John Russell on Railways. (Ath. ColL vol. 280.) 8^ London, 


A few plain Thoughts on Free Trade, as afibcting Agriculture. (Ath. ColL 

voL 292.) 8^ (Bridgnorth, 1849.) 

WiOKHAM (Robert). Is the Offertory without Communion required by the Church f 
(Tract. Cont. vol. 12.) 8^ London, 1844. 

The Rubrics of the Communion Service examined, with a View to Conformity. 

(Tract. Cont. voL 13.) 8^ London, 1845. 

WiLBERFORCB (Archdeaoou Robert Isaac). Chai^ges to the Cleigy of the Ardideaooniy 
of the East Riding. (Charges, voL 7.) 8^ London, 1844-5. 

Chai^ to the Clergy of the East Riding. (Charges, vol. 8.) 8^ London, 


Relations of Church and State ; a Charge to the Cleigy of the East Riding. 

(Charges, vol. 9.) 8° London, 1848. 

WiLBKRFOBCB ^muel), D.D., Bishop of Oxford. Charge at the Visitation of the Ardi- 
deaconry of Surrey. (Charges, voL 7.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Charge delivered to the Candidates for Ordination. (Charges, voL 5.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1846. 

Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese. (Charges, voL 9.) 8^ London, 1848. 

WiLBBAHAM (George). Thoughts on the Salt Monopoly in India. (Ath. ColL voL 229.) 
8^ London, 1847. 

William m. — Jus Regium, or the Kinff's Ri^t to grant Forfeitures, and other Revennes 
of the Crown, fully set forth. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 14.) i^ London, 1701. 

The Exorbitant Grants of William the 3rd examined and questioned by B. B. 

[a Jacobite Tract, answered by B. Fairfax]. (Gibbon ColL voL 14.) 4^ London, 

see Revolution of 1688. 

WiLUAMS (Albert). The Crisis and the Crash : a Letter to the Free Traders of Ikig- 
hmd. (Ath. Coll. voL 226.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Antagonistic Anomalies : Inconvertible Paper and Free Trade, Vr&e Trade and 

Bullion, and Inconvertible Paper and Protection. (Ath. ColL voL 226.) 8^ Lon- 
don, 1847. 

Williams (Charles Wye). Remarks on the Asylum Harbour at Holyhead [with Plans]. 
(Ath. Coll. voL 218.) S^ (London,) 1847. 

WiLUAMB (Isaac) — On his Theology. — see Bricknell. 

[Williams (John), Bp. of Chichester]. DiBcourse concerning the celebration of Dirine 
Service in an Unknown Tongue. (Cath. Cont. voL 5.) 4^ London, 1685. 

[Williams (R.)]. Letter from a Merchant relating to the danger Great Britain is in 
of losing her Trade by the Gh-eat Increase of me Naval power of Spain. (Gibbon 
ColL vol 9.) i"^ London, 1718. 

WiLUAMS (William). Letter to Lord J. Russell on the Report of the Commisnoners 
on the State of Education in Wales. (Ath. ColL vol. 249.) B9 London, 1848. 

Reply. — see Jones (E.) 

WnxiAMBON (Thomas). Two Letters on the Advantages of Railway Commimication 
in Western India. (Ath. Coll. vol. 231.) 8^ London, 1846. 

WiLLODOHBT (Sir Henry). Remariu on the Poor Law Commission, and on adequate 
protection for the Poor. (Ath. Coll. voL 217.) 8° London, 1847. 

WiLMOT (^ Eardley), his Case. — see Northcote. 

Wilson (Daniel), [afterwards] Bp. of Calcutta. Defence of the Church Misdonaiy So- 
ciety against the objections of the Rev. Josiah Thomas. (Tracts S. vol. 8.) 8^ 
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TRACTS. 269 

Wilson (Daniel), Bp. of CalcaUa. Charge to the Clergy of his Dioceses. (Chaiges, 
▼ol. 10.) 8^ London. 1849. 

Window (James). Letter to the Justices of the Peace, propoBing to establish Asylum 
Farms for discharged Prisoners. (Ath. Coll. voL 216.) 8^ London, 1847. 

Reasons for the employment of Conyicts in the British Sugar-Growing Colonies 

in the West Indies. (Ath. Coll. vol. 229.) 8^ London, 1847. 

WiNi — ^Abuses of, in Portugal. — see Forrester. 

WiNSLOW (Forbes). On the Incubation of Insanity. (Ath. ColL vol. 236.) [Priyately 
printed]. 8^ London, 1846. 

Wiseman (Nicholas), D.D. Conversion : Letter to Alexander Chirol and his Family 
on their happy admission to the communion of the Catholic Church. (Ath. Coll. 
vol. 222.) 8* London, 1847. 

see Bennett ; Chirol. 

Words of Peace and Justice on the subject of Diplomatic Relations with the 

Holy See. (Ath. Coll. voL 248.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Gorham v. Bishop of Exeter : Final appeal in matters of Faith, a Lecture. 

(Ath. Coll. vol. 308.) 129 London, 1850. 

The Final Appeal in Matters of Faith, a Sermon. (Ath. Coll. vol. 295.) 89 

London, 1850. 

Remarks on. — see Drummond ; Perceval. 

WiTOHORAFT. — Sadducismus Debellatus, or a true Narrative of the Sorceries and Witch- 
crafts exercised by the Devil and his instruments upon Mrs. Christian Shaw, from 
August, 1696, to April, 1697. (Gibbon Coll. vol. 11.) 4° London, 1698. 

WiTHALL (Benjamin). A Detection of the exhorbitant oppression, public frauds, and 
mismanagements committed in His Majesty's Ylctualling and Ordnance Oifioes. 
(Gibbon CoU. vol. 14.) 4^ London, 1717. 

WlTHAJC literary Institution — ^Inaugural Address, by Sir John Page Wood, Nov. 4. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 199.) 8<^ Witham, 1844. 

Wolff (Joseph). No Convocation ; a Letter to the Bishop of Ripon on Baptismal Re- 
generation m connection with the Gorham Question. (Ath. Coll. vol. 301.) 8^ 
Taunton, 1850. 

Wood (Sir Charles). Speech on Mr. Disraeli's Motion on the State of the Nation ; 
July 2, 1849. (Ath. CoU. vol. 292.) 8^^ London, 1849. 

WOODOATE (Henry Arthur). Considerations on the Position and Duty of the Univer- 
sity of Oxford, with reference to the late proceeding against the Regius Professor of 
Hebrew. (Tract. Cont. vol. 14.) S^ Oxford, 1843. 

Earnest Appeal to the Members of the Oxford Convocation on the proposed 

assumption of Ecclesiastical powers by the Universitj. (Tract. Cont. vol. 15.) 8^ 
London, 1845. 

Wool Trade — A Treatise of Wool and Cattel, in a Letter to a Friend, occasioned upon 
a discourse concerning the great Abatements of Rents and low value of Lands. 
(Gibbon Coll. vol. 21.) 4° London, 1677. 

Reasons for a limited Exportation of WooL (Gibbon CoU. vol. 20.) [Privately 

printed.] 49 London, 1677. 

Reasons by the CK)vemour and FeUowship of Eastland Merchants against 

griving a general Uberty to export the English WooUen ManufMjture. (Gibbon Coll. 
voL 20.) 4° London, 1689. 

Observations on British Wool and the Manufiusturing of it in this Kingdom, 

with Remarks on Foreign WooL (Gibbon CoU. vol. 13.) 4^ London, 1739. 

see Haines. (R.) 

Usurpations of France, in. — see Carter. 

WoBDSWOBTH (Christopher). Reasons for dedininff to become a Subscriber to the 
British and Foreign Bible Society. (Tracts S. vols. 3 and 7.) 8^ London, 1810. 

WoBKiNO CLAB8ES. — SCO Labouring Classes. 

Wratiblaw (A. H.). Further Remarks on the University System of Education, as 
affected by the Syndicate Report. (Ath. CoU. vol. 249.) 8^ Cambridge, 184e, 

Wrat (George). The Sound PoUcy of the Existing Law of Marriage, prohibiting union 
witii the Deceased Wife's Sister, vindicated. (Ath. CoU. vol 274.) 8^^ London, 

£70 TBA0T8. 

Wbioht (W.). ObMiTfttions on VL&Mdij, GmlTAiunB, and Eleetro-Magneten, m 
auxiliaries to Medldne and Smgay. (Ath. Coll. vol S67«) 8^ London^ 1848. 

Wbiobtsoit (EUdiard Heber). Sogmationt lor tlie AmendmoDt of the Oame L«wa. 

(Ath. GoU. vol 275.) 8^ London, 1848. 

Wtatt (Hugh P.). Thoughte on UnlToraity Sdooatian. (Ath. Ooll. voL 388.) 8^ 
Gambrid^ 1849. 

Wtbb (ThomaB). Speech on the improvemant of Bdnoation in Irebndy with notea. 
(Adi. OoU. YoL 188.) 8^^ London, 1845. 

Remarks on.— «ee Todd (J. H.) 

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see Hamilton. 

Newharch. — see Buckman. 

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jess ADDENDA* 

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Wbiqht (Thomas). — see Hejrwood; Sdenoe. 





This Index refers to two distinct Alphabets, viz., the Catalogue printed 

in lSi5, pp. 1-341, and the preMot Sapplement, pp. 1-185. The 

reader is therefore requested to observe the following rule in consult- 
ing it: — 

For References in Italics, as — Adama ; see Catalogue. 

in Boman, as — ^Adand; see Supplement 

in Small Capitals, as— Eitbopb; see in the Index. 

The Gatalogaes of TrMts mra not induded, with tho ezoeption of a partial ralineiioa 
to the piinoipal subjeots. 


ABIF0NE8 (The) of Paragtiay : Ddbriskofer, 
Abubt, Wilts, Temple at: BowUi, ffiffgina, 
Hoart (voL 2)...St\ikele7. 


Travels and Descriptions: lAidolpkut, 
PinkerUm {vol. 15), SaU, ValerUia. 

ADiOBAi/rT (Court of). Reports: JidbinBon^ 

Afohanibtak or Cabul. 

History: J><nii, ElphintUme. 

Military operations in, see MniTABT Hl8- 
•TORY (1838-42). 

Travels and Descriptions: Affghanittan, 
JBumet, ElphintUme, Moorcrqft, Wood 
...Masson, Prinsep, Vigne. 


History: Oardonnej Univen. Hut. (Andmt, 
vol, 15-16; Modem, vol. 11-15.) 

Oeogn^hy: Jlitter...^eimell. 

Travels and Descriptions : Africa, Browne, 
Condor, Zkkvidton, Jknham, Mwrray, 
Park. . . Herbert (in Addenda). 

— Collections : Astley {vol. I), Pwrchat {vol. 
1, hook iii., and vol, 2, bo<A vi.). Pin- 
kerton {vol, 15-16), Ramutio {vol* \), 
Hakluyt {vol, 2). 
North: Denham, Z^on... Hemprich. 

Desert of Sahara:... Richardson, St. John. 

See Barbabt, Mobocco. 

Western and Central: Aidey {vol, 2-8), 
Clapperton, Laing, Macqueen. 

Timbuctoo: CailU, BUty, 

Soudan: Lyon, 
See also Nioeb (River), Ethiopia. 
South- West, Congo: Pinkerton {vol. 16), 

South: Barrow f Campbell, Latrobe, Lichten- 

ttein.. .Thompson. 

Cape of Good Hope: Barrow, Pinkerton 
{vol, 16)... Thompson. 

Eastern: Attley {vcl, 3), iBoaca, 

Portuguese Settlements: SaU, 

North -Eastern: see Abtbsikia, Eotft, 


AoiNOOTJBT, battle of :... Nicolas. 


Journals: Feruuae, Quarterly, Trantac- 
tions {Agric. Soc.), Yowng. 

Treatises on: Abu Zacaria, Agricola, Oret' 
cemi, Darwin, Husbandry, Loudon, 
Bti Rusticce, Terentiua Varro, Torri- 
^ni... Fitzherbert, Low, Markham. 

AGRICULTURE,--€0N<MMtf(2 ;— 

Union with Manu&ctures:...Bny« 
Application of Science to : Ikmbeny, Dary 

{vol, 7-8). 
(European) : . . .Colman. 
^Flemish): Aelbroeck» 
(Chinese) : . . .Fortune. 

AoBiGEinTTM, Temple at: CockerdL 

Albioknsbs (The) : AJhigmteg, Faber, MaUkmd, 
Puy-La/urem, Vaux-Oemay. 

See also Waldrvsbs. 

Alddte Pbebs : Benouard, 

Aleppo. Natural History : Bustdl* 

Alexandeb the Gbeat: Alexander, QmiUuM 
Cvrtiue, Sainte Croix, 

Indian Expedition : Arriamue, VimcetU, 
His Tomb: Clarke (E,) 

Aloebba: Bridge, Halley, Peocodb... Wallii 
(vol. 2). 

(Eastern): Colebrooke, Boten. 
Alhambba (The) : AntigUedadee, Ckmry, 
Allboobt : Qebdin {vol, 1). 

See Mttholoot. 

Almakacs: Almanac, NauHcaZ .^....ALiuuiAo. 

Alphabets: see Laitguaoe. 

Alps: .0roc2:e(ion... Talfourd. 

Hannibal's Passage of: J)e Luc, Long, 
Wickham.,. Iaw. 

(Maritime): Oioffredo. 
(Pennine):... Forbes (J. D.) 

See Blano (Mont.) 
Altabs (Stone) : . . .Blackbume. 

Akbassaoobs, Functions, Ceremoniesy &c. : 
Dumont {vol. 4-5), Wicqurfort, 


Histoiy: Americana Antiquitatet, Burke, 
Oarey, Holmes, Univere, Hiet. (Ifo- 
dern, vol, 34-6)...Macgregor. 

Geographical Dictionary : Alcedo. 
Atlas : under Lavoiane, 

(See Tbact Catalogue, p. 371> and Teaks- 
actions, p. 813.) 


Voyages to the Coast, &c: Dixon, Hah- 
luyt (vol, 3), Mearea, Pinkerton {vol. 
12-13), Purchas {vol, 3, book v., and 
vol. i, 6o(Ml*viii.)... Robinson, Simpson. 

Travels in: Chateaubriand {vol, 7), Hall, 
Head, Kalm, Lahontan, McKenney, 
Mackenzie, Murray, Stuart, Tudor,,. 



AMERICA (SOnTB),^eontiHued:^ 

North American iDdians. HiBtory:... 
Manners and Customs: OcUUn, Hecke- 

(Chippeway) : McKetmey, 

Cahada, ftc. Descriptions, Travels, ko. : 
Bouchette, Ccmada, Daubeny, Maegreffor, 
Mactaggart, Pinkerton {vol. 13), Purihoi 
{vol. 4, book X.), Weld, 

Rebellion, 1838-9: Canada, Head. 

(See Tract Catalogue, p. 391.) 

Uhitkd States : 

History: America, Bancroft, Fergus, Ora- 
hame, MarskcUl, Morton, Pitkin, War- 
den... Amenctk, Morris, Story. 

Massachusetts: Hutchinwn, 
South Carolina: Ramsay. 
Louisiana: Marbois. 
(Ecclesiastical) (1620-98) : Mather. 

State Pliers and Correspondence: Ame- 
rica, Qebhardt, Monroe, Washington... 

Constitution, Government, Laws, ftc. : 
Adams (J.), America, Constitutffms, 
Hamilton, i2ato^ . . . Cobbett, Story, 

Pennsylvania: Franklin, 
New York: New York. 

Travels, Descriptions, &c.: America, 
Abdy, Cooper, Daubeny, Jhtngkt, La 
Rochefoucauld. Martineau, Pwrchas 
{vol. i, book viii.), Sckultz, Tocmteville, 
Weld, IVorcM^^r... Cobbett, Godley, 

Virginia: Jefferson, Pwrchas {voL 4, 

book ix.) 
St. Peter's River: Keating. 
Wisconsin: . . .Featherstonhaugh. 
Rocky Mountains:... Fremont. 
The Slave States: . . . Featherstonhaugh. 
Florida: Florida. 

Commerce, Finance, Population, Re- 
sources, &c.: Bristed, Carey, GUbart, 
Pitkin, Seybert, Sh^ffidd, Smimove, 
Trotter, Tucker, Warden... Km&ricak. 

New York (Tract Catalogue, p. 469). 

Massachusetts: Bigelow. 
Prisons: Beaum^mt. 
Slavery: BeaumwU. 
Colleges: Everett, Quincy. 

Boundary Questions: American, Falconer, 

See California, Oregon. 


History of the Aborigines, its discovery, 
&c. : Bel Rio, Bans Staden, Herrera, 
Robertson {vol. 6-8), Torquemada... 
Travels and descriptions of Antiquities: 
Del Rio, HaJduyt {vol. 3), Humboldt, 
Labat, Purchas {vol. 4, book vi.), 
Ramusio {vol. 3), Stephens, Temaux- 
C7om2»fw...Catherwood, Humboldt. 


Geography: HumboUU. 

See also GnATDfALA, Mexico, Wbf 


Voyages and Travels: Andrews, Odd' 
deugh, Head, Kvtkg, Orbigny, Smyth, 

See also Colombia, Guiana, Peru, Braiq^ 
Chili, Paraguay, Buxnos Atrsi^ 


See Anatomical Drawings. 
Treatises: Bowrgery, Bright, Cooper, 

Of the Thymus Gland: Cooper. 
See Surgery. 
(Comparative) : Cuvier, Jones (T. R.) 
Vertebrate Skeleton : . . .Owen. 
Invertebrate Animals: Owen, 
Fossil Fishes : Agassiz, 
Fossil Bones : Cuvier, 

Aneurism: Wardrop. 

Angling: Davy, Oppianus, Penn {R.), Walton. 

Animal Kingdom, see Zoology. 

Annuities (Life): Daily, Hardy, MUme, Mor- 
gan, Price. 

Reversions: Price. 

See Assurance, Life Tables. 

Anthologies: see Poetry. 

Antiquaries (Society of). Observations on:... 

Lives of the original Members : Heame, 

Publications : 

Cathedrals, Royal Household Book, 
Roy's Military Antiquities, Transac- 
tions {Archoeologia), VetustaMonumenia 
...Records (in Addenda). 


Remains of Ancient Art, ftc., E^;yptaan, 
Greek, and Roman : Antonini, cSiylus, 
D'Hancarville, Dilettanti, Mtmtfau- 
con, Moses, Quatremire de Qitmcy, 
Spence, Stuart*s Athens, Wineielmann 
...Bartoli, Herculaneum, Museo, Mu- 
seum, Rangab6, Visoonti ...Bartoli 
(in Addenda). 

Historical : Qrcnius, Lempriere, L^psius, 

Mediaeval and Northern : Britton, Fosbroke, 

Transactions {ArchaMlogia)...Kl'Qg. 
See also Art. iNSORIFTIONSy MAnnria , 
Of particular Countries, see under the 
Names of the Countries. 

Apparitions: De Foe {vol. 13)...Glanvi]y ffib- 

See also Witchcraft. 
Aqueducts : . . . King. 


History: Purchas {vol. 6), Univers. HisL 
{Modem, vol. l-3)...Cau8sin de Per- 
ceval, Mahomet. 



ARABIA, — contimied: — 
See also Mahoiot. 

Travels: Burckhardt, Conder, HaJduyt 
{vol. 2), Nidmkr, Pvnherkm {vol. 10), 
PurduM {vol. 2, booked), WeUtted. 
Mount Sinai : . . . Hogg. 

Historical Geography :...For8ter. 

Religion : see Mahometanism. 

The Druses : Sacy. 
Arabs in Spain : see Spain. 

ARCHiBOLOOT : see ANnQumES and Abt. 
Abchtteots, Lives of: see Biographt (Collec- 


See Transactions (Brit. Architects). 

Dictionaries, Terms, &c. : Glossary, OunU, 
Nicholson, Quatremire de Quincy. 
MedisBval: Britten, WiUis...Vejrt, 
See also Art (Dictionaries). 

History and General Treatises, ftc., on: 
Dwrtvnd, Ev€lyn*s Misc. Writings, Hope, 
Hosking, MUvda... Bottaji, Ruskin. 
Greek and Roman: Aberdeen, Palladio, 
PerrauU, Vitruvius ... Winckelmann 
(vol. 1). 
Egyptian: Lepsius. 
B^du: Orindlay, Ram i2az...FerguB8on 

(in Addenda). 
Saraoenic: Knight. 

€k>thic and Medissval (Civil and Eccle- 
siastical): Boisserie, Britton, EgUses, 
HaU {Sir J.), Knight, Petit, Pugin, 
WheweU, Willis ... Teyrk, Pugin, 
Schl^^, Simonau, Whittington. 
in England: Britton, Carter, DcMaway, 
Markland, Palmer, Pugin, Rickman 
...Carter (in Addenda). 

See also England (Eccles. Antiq.). 
in Ireland (before Invasion) :...Petrie. 
in Normandy : Cotnum, Delamare {Oou- 

tances). Knight, Pvgin. 
in France:... Whittington, Yitet. 
in G^ermany : Bvnsen, Boi ss e r ie, WheweU 

...Boisseree (Cologne), 
in Italy : Knight, WiSis. 
Ancient baptismal Fonts : . . . Simpson. 

See also ANTiQurniis, Art. 
Perspective of Architecture: Kirby. 
Infinity of Geometric Design in:... Billings. 
Rural and Domestic: Chateaunetrf, Lin- 
don, Jtobinton. 

Building: Halfpenny, iTodtrin^;... Builder. 

Fortification : see under Militart Art. 

Marine Architecture : see under N avt. 


Voyages and Descriptions, in search of a 
N.W. Passage: beechey, Heame, Lyon, 
Meares, Parry, Pinkerton {vols. 1 and 
12), Purchas {vol. 8, book 3-4), Boss, 
iScoresdy... Smith (F.) 
Land Expeditions: Bade, Franklin. 
Chronological History of Voyages: Bar- 
row, Bvmey, 
The Franklin Expedition (1849) : . . Arctic 
Expedition, Sooresby. 


ARCTIC REGIONS,— cemhViMttf .— 
See Grzbnland. 

Antarctio Regions, Voyages to : Hooker, 
Arianism: Mdhler, 

Arithmetio: CoUbrooke...iyiopbsaitaB, Frisius, 


History: iVeumann... Moses Choren. 
Travels and Researches : Hamilton { W, J,), 
Montpereux, Morier, Bamamo {yoL 2) 
...Ainsworth, Porter. 

Army: see Militart Art and Histort. 

Ths Fine Arts: 
See Art, Art Union, 
Reports: Pine Arts... kit 
Dictionaries: if ttttn ... Milizia» Nagler 

...Elmes ^n Addenda). 
Works on its Theory and Practioe: Aikin 
...Bottari, Dyoe, Eastlake, Greswelly 
Milizia, Valle. 
History of Art :. . .Fiorillo. 

Ancient: Frt9idte^iiia»9»...MiUler, Vasari, 
^ Winckelmann (vols. 8-6). 

Medisval and Christian, or Legendair : 
Cicognara, Bidron, F&rster, Rto, 
Rwnohr, F. Schlegel {voL 6), Seroux 
d^Agincourt. . . Alt, Annales Areheol., 
Crosnier, Didron, Grnner, Jameson, 
Lindsay, Maury, Moyen Age, 
Modem — m Engkmd: Waagen...FaMM- 
in Germany : Raczynski. 

See also Antiquities, Ar ohite ct ur k, En- 
GRAVING, Painting, Sodlftube, Gal- 

The Mechanioal Arts : see Manufaotuees. 

Artioles of the Church: Bwmet, OardwdL 

AsHRiDGE, College of Bonhonmies : Todd, 


See Remusat, 

History: Klaproth, Lenormant, 
Geographical Descriptions : Bitter, 
(Ajicient): Ussher, Williams. 
(Central): Humboldt, 
(Western): Rennell. 
Travels: Bell (/.), Malcom, Marco Poh, 

Murray, PaUas...^La,y, 
See also India, Burmese RvPTWt. 
Abl/l Minor. 

Travels, including Antiquities, Ac : Okand- 
ler. Fellows, Hamtlton {W, /.), IH^, 
Leake, Morier.. JkioMwori^ Fellows, 
Spratt, Steuart. 
Karamania (S. E. Coast) : Btiw/erL 
Azani: Kej^peL 

Assurance (Life) : Baily {F,), MUne, Morgan, 

History : . . . Hutchinson. 

On life Contingencies: Hardy... De Mor- 

See also Insurance, Annuities. 
AflSTRiA — ^Ancient Assyrians : . . . Layard. 

P P 




See TranmctUyM (Astron. Soc. Prooeed- 

History (Ancient and Modem) :...Baillj. 
(Nautical) in 15th and 16th Centuiy: 
Works on: Chalmers^ OasaenduB, Her- 
schd, Keill, La Place, Mcmliua, 
Schumacher, SomerviUe, WheweU... 
(Indian) :...6ailly. 
Solar System : Za Ptace...Nichol. 
Astronomical Tables : Airnvmre^, Nautical 

Almanac, Baily. 
Astronomical Observations: 
(Greenwich): Pond. 
(Edinburgh) : Henderson . . . Henderson. 
(Brussels): Queto^...Quetelet. 
(Madras]: Taylor (T. G.) 
(Cape 01 Good Hope) : . . . Herschel. 
(Washington, U.S.):...GiUis8. 
Various: see also Hendergon, Lubbock, 
3fac^r... Everest, Lubbock, Quete- 
let, Shadwell. 
Catalogues of Stars: Flamsteed, Pond... 
(Zodiacal): Baily, ^ 

(Circumpolar) : Qroombridge. 
^uthem Hemisphere) : Jlichardson, 
(Indian Constellations) : Jones (W.) 
Comets, orbits of: Planiamour. 
ofl264 and 1556:. ..Hind. 
Halley's, 1835-6: Maclear. 


HistoiT and Antiquities : Boecl'h, Gerhard, 

joung (Fr.)...Meur8ius, Schumann. 
Topography. Giffard, Leake, PittaJcys, 
Stuart, WordmDorth... Vlricka, 
The Parthenon : . . . Lucas. 
See illBo Qreeck. 

Atlaktio Ocean, on joining it to the Pacific : 
Pitman. . .Atlantic. 

Currents to Indian Ocean : BenneU. 

Atlases, (see in Catalogue, page 353, and 
Sdpplexent, page 271). 

Genealogical and Historical : Lavoitne, 
Of Medieval Geography : . . . Spruner. 
Physical : . . .Johnston. 

Atmosphere (The)— see Meteobolooy. 
Atomio Theory : Daubeny. 
(Addlet End — History : Braybrooke. 


Yoyi^es, Expeditions, and Descriptions: 
Bright, Flmders, Grey, Peron.. .Dutton, 
Haygarth, Hodgkinson, Leichhardt, 
Stokes, Sturt. 

(North): 6^ey... Mitchell. 

(East): Mitchell... Eyre. 

(West): Grey, King {P.P.). 

(South): Napier. 

New South Wales : Gouger, Mitchell, 
White... CoViinB, Meredith, Oxley, 

Botany Bay, &c. : Phillip. 

See also New Zealand, Van Dieuen*s 


History: Coxe, Mailath. 
Travels:... Kohl. 

Vienna Insurrection : . . . Auerbach. 
Slavonic Races :...Krasinski, Wilkinson. 
See Bohemia, Hungabt, Tbanstlvania, 

AvA : see Bubmese Empire. 

Babylon (Ancient). 

Topog^phy, &c. : ifaicrtce... Porter, Rich. 
Ballads : . . .Ballads. 

(Old English): Evans. 

(Scottish): Finlay, Pinkert<m...OgaYY, Sib- 

(Ancient Spanish): Lodehart, Ochoa, Par- 
ncuo, Quintana, Sanchez, Turpin... 
Bomancero...Bohl de Faber (in Ad- 

See Cm. 

See also Poetry, Sonqs. 

Banoordln Contbovebby : BangorioM, Hoadly 

(vol. 2). 


Treatises on: BeU (G. M.), Joplin, Quin, 

Tucker... QHhart. 
(In America) : GUbart . . . Gouge. 
Bank of England: .8anX;...Cobbett, Fullar- 

ton, Mushet, Tooke, Torrens. 
See also Ccbbenoy, (and Tract Catalogue, 

p. 378-9, and Supplement, p. 192). 

Bannatyne Club Publications: 
James v., Rrcerpta, 1525-33. 
Leven and MdviUe Papers. 
MelviVs Memoirs. 
Bagman Bolls. 
(in Supplement.) 
Bothwell, Affikires du Conte de. 
Dempster, Hist. Eocles. Scoiorum. 
Dunfermelyn, Registrum de. 
Gray's (Lord) Letters and Papers. 
James v., Excerpta e Libris Domicilii. 
James vi., Papers on his Marriage. 
Lanercoe^ Chronicon de. 

Baptism (on Regeneration in) : WeUtrUmi 
[vol. 10)...Bethell, Maakell, Wilberfbree... 
Hoare (in Addenda). 

(See also in Tract Catalogue, Supplement, 
p. 192-8). 

Travels and Descriptions: Jardine, PitJoer- 
ton (vol, 15), <S!^io...Hay. 

See also MoBOCOO. 

Barometer: see Meteorology. 

Baronage and Baronetage : see Pkkraob. 

Basque Provinces: Carnarvon... ^Rrro. 

Bath Abbey Church : Cathedrals. 

Bedfordshire — ^Topography: Lysons. 

Wobum Abbey : Bobinsfm. 
Dunstaple Priory: Heame. 
Luton Park Chapel : Shaw, 

Bees — Natural History : Huber. 

Belgium — Histoiy: 

Revolution, 1790:... Juste. 

Revolution, 1830: Nothomb... Juste. 



Beloiuu, — continued : — 

Statistics, Laws, &c. : Belgium, Q^eUUt, 
Weston.. Quetelet. 

See also Netherlands, Flandbbs. 
(See TrantactiwMf page 313.) 

Beloochistan — Travels: Po^^in^fr... Masson. 

Benedict (Order of St.) : MabUlon, Ziegelhauer 


History of the Castle and Parish : Fotbroke, 
Peerage : see Berkeley. 


Topography: Lysons. 

Reading : . . . Coates (in Addenda. ) 
Hundred of Wanting: Clarke (W. N.) 
Abp. Laud's Benefietctions to:... Laud. 


Text and Versions: BHUia, J9i62e...Biblia, 

History of the Bible : Cahnet, Gleig, Town- 
smd, Turner, Ussher {vol. 8-11). 
Connected with Pro&ne History: Shuck- 
ford, Bu89ell, Prideaux. 
Commentaries, Paraphrases, Harmonies, 
&c. : Ccedmon, Oritici /Scecrt, Ghvtii 
Opera, Harmer, Hewlett, Uieronymi 
Opera, Hordey {vol. 5-8), Lightfoot*t 
Works, Patrick, BotenmUller . . . CbI- 
vinus, Hall, Newton. 
Psalms: Boasuet {vol. 1), Hordey (vol. 4), 
Lowth, Mojiillon {vol. 12), NewUmi 
Opera hoi. 5)...Leighton, Psalms. 
Proverbs, Ecdesiastes, ftc. : Bottuet 

{vol. 2). 
Daniel:... Elliott. 

New Testament : Erasmus {vol. 8), ffinchr 
liffe, Jebb, Kuxnod, Pen», Boten- 
muller, 5imon... Bloomfield, Cal- 
vinus, Newton. 
Gospels: Bosruet {vol. 9-10), Calvine, 
Clark {rol. 3), Oreswell, Kuinod, 
Lightfoot*8 Works, Sumner, Tovmson 
...Pearce, Sumner. 
(In Sanscrit) : Mill. 
St. Matthew :...Leighton. 
St. Luke: Schleiermachtr... Simth, 
The Parables : Greswell. 
Acts of the Apostles : Bobinson, Sumner 

Epistles: Chalmers, Locke, Macknight, 
Mandeville, Shuttleworth... Sumner, 
Revelation: Bossu>et {vol. 3), Lovett... 
Elliott, James i. 

See also Prophecy. 

Introductions to: Eichhom, Gray, Home, 
1F««<!... Watson (vol. 3). 
(New Testament) : Eichhom, Michadis. 
Treatises on the Canon, Text, Interpreta- 
tion, &c. of Scripture : Boyle {vol. 2), 
Butler, Conybeare, Simon... Du^in. 
(The Septuagint): ... Grinfield (in Ad- 
(New Testament): Binterim, Jones, 
Palceoromaica, Simon... Scholz. 
Rationalistic and Pantheistic Interpreta- 
tions: Mill, Stratus... Froude. 
On its Inspiration, Genuineness, and Au- 
thority: Bemon, Hindi, StiUingfieet. 

BIBLE,— con/tnu<fd ;— 

(Pentateuch): Blunt, Warbwrton {vol. 

(Gospels): Lardner's TTor/ar... Norton. 
Works on Editions, Translations, &c. of 
the Text : Butler, Calmet, Home. 
^Ancient) : Watson's Tracts (vol. 3). 
(English): Cotton, Z«ip» ... Watson's 

Tracts (vol. 3). 
The Authorised Version : Turton, Walter 

(Ethiopic): Piatt. 
(New Testament) : Simon. 
Abyssinian Versions : Piatt. 
Dictionaries «nd Lexicons : Bid, Oesenius, 
New Testament : Sehleutner. 
Concordances: Oruden. 
(Hebrew): Taylor {J.) 
(New Test., Greek) : Schmidius. 
Geography : Harmer, Bobinson. 
Natural History: Harris, Haasdquui... 

Pictorial Illustrations: Martin. 


Introduction : IHbdin, Home. 
Books (on the Love of), Bichard de Bury. 
(Transmission of), to Modem Times: 
Libraries, Use and Arrangement^ &o. of: 

Formey, i/o^... Struvius. 
(Public):... Edwards, Libraries. 

See Catalogues (p. 56-8)... Catalogues 
(p. 26-7.) 

Ancient: Home. 

Of Vienna: Balbi. 

Of Burgundy : ... La Sema. 
(BritUh): Clarke {W.) 

Cathedral : . . Botfield. 
General Works: Bauer, Brunei, Clement, 

De Bure, Dibdin, Duclos, Freytag, 

MaiUaire, Menestrier, Peignot, BenoU' 

a/rd, Mepertorium, Saxius, Vogt, Watt 

...Clarke, Ebert, Foumier, Heinsius, 

Konig, Morhof, Peignot, Raynaudus, 

Bulletin du Bibliophile. 
(Ancient) : . . . Photius. 
(English) : Beloe, Brydges, Catalogue 

{Bridgewater House), Lowndes, Betro- 

spective Beriew, Tanner, Wood... 

(Gaelic): Beid. 

(North of Europe) : Hickes {Wanley.) 
(German): Bepertorium...Kemmia. 
(French): Ooujet, Quirard, VentoniUae 

...Rigoley, Bibliographie. 
(Italian): Qamha, Haym, LichtentheU... 

Classici Ital. 
(Spanish): Antonio, Salra, Sempere. 

Translators: Pdlicer. 
(Asia, India, &c.) : D'Herbelot, Eichhom, 

FWgd, {HajiKhalfa), Marsden, Zenker 

...Temaux, Zenker. 

! Africa) : . . .Temaux. 
America): Bich, Temaux. 
Sfecial Bibuooraphy. 

Manuscripts : Dibdin' s Decameron. 
(Greek, BibUcal): Todd. 
rEthiopic, Biblical) : PlaU. 
(Arabic): Catiri, Clarke. 




Spioial BiBUOORAPHT, Manuscripts, — con- 
tinued: — 
Oriental): Ousdeyf Wilson. 
(On Ireland) :...Bindon (in Addenda). 
(See Catalogue, page 56-7-3, and Supple- 
ment, page 26-7.) 
Eariy Printed Books, xv Century : Dibdin, 
Main, Zaire, Maiiland, Maittaire, 
Panzer... Braun, Laire, La Sema-San- 
tander, Seemiller. 
(Roman and Italian Editions): Au- 

(Qerman):... Panzer, Wiirdtwein. 
Press of Aldus : Renouard. 

— Stephens: (rrencv^... Renouard. 

— Elzevir : . . . Reume. 

Privately printed, &c. : ifarfM»...Peignot. 
Books suppressed :...Peignot. 
Rare Books: Bower, Brunei, De Burt, 
Duclot, Preytag, Vogt, Beloe, 
at Cambridge: Hartshome. 


Academical Dissertations: RevM. 

Anonymous Works : Placcius (in Addenda). 
French and Latin: Bwrhier, MofMve... 

Italian : . . . Lancetti. 
Antiquities: Fabriciv** 
Architectural: Endin. 
Art : . . .Elmes (in Addenda). 
Mechanical Arts: Engelmarm, 
Biblical : Butler (C), Calmet, Cotton, Eich- 
horn, Home, Le Long, Lewis, Petti- 
grew, iStmon...Walohius. 
Biographical : . . .Oettinger. 
Botanical: ffaUer, Wihtrom. 
Chess:... Oettinger, Schmid. 
Classics (Qreek and Latin) : Dibdin, Enslin, 
Fabriciut, if ow... Clarke, Engelmann, 
Translations: Pellicer... Clarke. 
Dictionaries: Engdmann, Endin... YAier. 
Ecclesiastical Writers: Cbve...Dupin, Ou- 
See below, Fathebb. 
Economy (Political) : . . . M 'Culloch. 

(Domestic) : Endin. 
Fathers of the Church : Fabricius, WcUchius 

...Dowling... Lumper (in Addenda). 
Genealogical: Moule. 
Geographical: Endin, 
(Geological : . , . Agassiz. 
(Grammars: ETtgelmann, Enslin... YAter. 
Heraldic: Moule. 

Historical Works: Endvn, Mencke, Meuae- 
liu8, Saxiut. . .Struvius (in Addenda). 
(British): JVtcoi«m...01dys. 
(Irish): Pittew, Ware. 
(German) : Struvws (Bud^). 
(French) : . . . Girault, Le Long. 
(Mohammedan India) : . . .Elliot. 
Legal: Enslin. 

Literary History : jSltz^nW... Struvius. 
Maffic and Superstition : . . .Grftsse. 
Mediaeval Autiiors (Latin) : Fabricius. 
Medioo-C!hirurgical : J5Vw/m...Engelmann. 
Natural History : Boehmer, (7o6ref...Engel- 

Novels (Italian Prose) : Qamba. 

Special BiBLiooRAPmES, — continued: — 
Philological: Engdmann, Endin... ^nch, 

Philosophical: .^u^n... Struvius. 
Poetry (Early English): Bibliotkeca, Cata- 
logue {Bridgewater House), Collier, 
Proverbs : . . . Nopitsch. 
Pseudonymous Works: Barbier, Manme... 

Nodier, (^erard. 
PsychologioJ : . . .Gr&sse. 
Royal and Noble Authors : Wal]^ {vol 1). 
Theological: Endin... Waiciaua. 

See above, Eooleslastical. 
Topographicad : 

(English): Oough, Smiik (Kent^, VpeoU. 
(French) : . . . Girault. 
Voyages and Travels : Boucher, Locke {vol. 

10), Pinkerton (vol. 17). 
Zoological : . . . Agassiz. 
See Catalogues... Ca,tBlogiiea. 

See also Catalogues, LrncBATUBE, Ttpo- 



Biographical Dictionaries: BayU, Biogra- 
phia Brit., Biographical Diet., Bio- 
graphic, Biography, Chalmers, Chau- 
don, ChomfepH, OenenU Diet., Hof- 
fncmnus, Marchand ... Dictionnaire, 
Joly, Zedler. 


(Greek and Roman): Lempriere, PhUar- 
cAiw...Scriptores Biog., Smitii. 

English: Aubrey, Bates, Biographia Brit., 

Biographical Diet. {Living authors), 

Biography {Anwudt), Fuller, Granger, 


Englishwomen: CosUUo. 

Anglo-Saxon and Norman (Literaiy): 

Writers educated at Oxford : Wood. 

Scottish Worthies: TytUr. 

Irish Writers : Ware. 

French: Biographie, 

(Revolution) : . . .Dictionnaire. 

Germany (Literary) :...Jordens. 

Spain : . . .Quintana. 

Italy, Spain, ftc. : Lives. 

Apostles (The) : Cave. 
Architects: Milizia, Serie, Vasari... Dodd, 
Felibien, Ticozzi, Vasari. 
(Ancient): Briiton. 
(British): Cwnningham, 
(Napoletan) : . . .Dominici. 
(Dominican) : . . . Marchese (in Addenda). 
Bishops (EngHsh): Qhver, Godwin, Whar- 
Winchester: Casaan. 
(Irish): Ware. 
(Scottish): Keith. 
Chancellors (Lord) : . . .CampbeU. 
Dramatic: Baker. 

Ecclesiastical: see also (Bishops) and 
(Fathers): Bu^tUr {A.)...l>fipui. 
English: lFon2«worfA.. .Stephen. 
Catholics: BwOeriC.) 
Ejected aerg7(17tli Century): Walker. 



BIOGRAPHY (OoLLKrnvi),-Hxm*MHKrf.— 
Engravers : Bryan, OttUy, WalpoU (vol, 4) 
...Dodd, Ueinecken, Huber, Nagler, 
Fathers (The): BailUt, Butler {A,}, Cave 

...Lumper (in Addenda). 
Jesuits (The):...Cretineau. 

(British) : . . . Oliver. 
Judges : see below, Legal. 
Kings of England : 8an€^ord, 
Legal :— British Judges, Ac.: Roteoe,,, 

Campbell, Foes, TownMnd. 
Medical: PetHgrew, Phyneiang, 
Military (British) : m«tg. 
Naval (British) : CampbeU, Locker, Sbuthey 
...Chamock, O'Byme. 
See also Navt. 
Novelists (British) : Barbmuld, ScoU (Prose 

Workt, vob. 8-i). 
Painters: Baldinncci (vols. 4-14)^ Bryan, 
PilkingUm, Serie, Smith (J.), Vcmn.., 
Dodd, Felibien, Nagler, Tioozzi. 
(Ancient): Bait, 
(British) : Oimaiaigham, WalpoU ... 

(Flemish): Beeoamps, 
^Bolognese) : . . .Malvasia. 
(Venetian) :...Ridolfi. 
(Napoletan) :...Dominici. 
(Spanish):... Cumberland, Stirling. 
(Eknninican) :...MarcheRe (in Addenda). 
Philosophers (Ancient) : Biogenet Laertiue. 
Poets (British) : CampbelVs Specimem, John- 
ton, {voU. 9-11)... Campbell, Gibber. 
Uneducated : Jonet (SovAey). 
(Early English) : CoUier, PhUlipe, RUton, 

i German) : . . . Jordens. 
Persian) : . . . Ousel^. 
Priests (Catholic) : . . . ChaUoner. 
Queens of England : Strickland. 
Saints: BailUt, Butler (ii.)-BoIlandu8, 
(English) : . . . Newman. 
Sculptors: Serie, Fa«irt...Dodd, Nagler, 
Ticozzi, Yasari. 
(British): Cunningham. 
(Napoletan) : . . . Dominici. 
(Dominican) :...Marche8e (in Addenda). 

(Foreign): Crowe, 
(British) : Foster, MacdiamUd. 
(temp. Geo. m.) : Brougham. 
Voyagers (early) : Morelli. 

BiBifAH : see Bubicesb Empirk. 
Birds : see Oriotholoot. 
Blano (Mont) : Pinkerton (vol. 4), Sa/uetwre. 
Aaoents to the Summit: Fellowet, ShertnU 

BLOOD-LEnufo: Wardrop. 

Bohxmia — History : . . .Freherus. 

Bokhara — Travels, &c. : ^urvMi ... Grover, 

BoRVSO : . . .Borneo, Keppel, Mundy. 


Bibliography: Holler, 
(Swedish): Wikttrom. 

BOTANY,— continued .^ 

Journals: Annalet dee Sciemeet, Booker.,. 

Reports : . . .Botany. 
Dictionaries: Loudon, Miller.,, Dim, 
Treatises on: Broum, Clutiut, Bauheny, 
BecanddUe, Buplessy, Hales, Hooker, 
Let, Lindley, Lvmceus, Loudon, 
Richard, Theophrastus, Turner, 
Withering... Derwia, Plantn» Ba^. 
Geography of Plants : . . .Meyen. 
Vegetable Physiolo^ : BeesmdoUe, 

Richard, .A6^...rhy8ioloffy. 
Spikenard of the Andenta: Jones (W>\ 
(vol. 2). 
Ferns : . . .Leszczyc. 

Trees: Evelyn, Loudon, WailUs...lAWwm. 
OUveTretf: Vettwi. 
Genus Pinus and Conifers: Lamhert. 
Palm Trees of Brazil : Maaiius. 
Local Botany, Fiona, Horti, Ac. 
British: CoUinstm, FwsUr (T. P.), Lin- 

ncBus (Clifford), Withering „.lBLmy. 
Denmark and Norway : Oeder. 
Sweden: Linnceus. 
Zealand : LiwMtus, 
Piedmont: AlHonius, 
Spain: Cavanilles. 

India: Jones (W.), (voL 2.) 
Cashmere and Himalaya:... Boyle. 
Malabar : Van Rheedd, 
Amboina: Rumphius, 

(America) : 
Mexico and Ghiatemala : Bateman. 
Brazil : . . . Martins. 
(Antarctic): Hooker. 

Brain (The), Cerebral Vision, &o. : Bright, 
Feam, itfayo... Noble. 

BRA88E8 (Monumental) : Monumental. , .BraiiCB, 
Haines... Boutell (in Addenda). 
See also under Enolakd (Topog. Anti- 

History: Southey. 

Sancta Cruz : Oandavo. 
Travels and Descriptions: OsUddeugh, 
Bavies, Mathison, UUoa, Walsh... 
Brscknock — History : . . .Jones. 

Brentford — Antiquities: FcntOener, 

Bridges: Courtin, Cresy, Hoddng, 
^ilitary): Bouglas. 

Britannia and Conway Bridges:... Fair- 
bairn... Clark (in Addends). 

Bridoswatxr Treatises: Babbage, BeU, Buck- 
land, Chalmers, Kidd, Kirhy, Prout, Moget, 
WheweU... Froui. 

Britain (Great) : see England. 

Britant — History: Betham, Bctru. 

Bronzbs: see ANTiQUTnES. 

Brunswick — History: ...Leiboitiua (ia Ad- 

Buckingham Palace — Garden Pavilion:... 


Topography: Lysons. 



Bdokinohamshibb, — continued : — 
Eton College:... Creasy. 
College of Bonhommes, Ashridge : Todd. 

Buenos Aykes : CaldcUugh, Funet. 

Building : see Archtteoture. 

BuLUON : see Banking, Cubrenct. 

BuaouNDT — History: BararUe, ChatUUain, 

BuHMBSE Empire. 

Accounts of: McUcom, Pinkerton (vol, 9), 

Embassies to Ava: Orawfurd. 
Conquest of Pegu : Pinto. 

Btzantine Historians: Agathias, Anastaaitu, 
Cantacuzenvs, Cedreniu, ChalcocondyUu, 
Chronicon PaschaU, Cinnamiu, Oodinut, 
Contt€mtinu8 ManoMei, OonHantinua Por- 
phyr. Corippus, DexippuSf Diaconutf 
Ducat, Ephrcemiutf Cfenenua, Olycas, Leo 
0/ummaticuSf Malalcu, MerobaudeSf Nice- 
phonu OregorcUf Niceta* Cfumiata, Pachy- 
meres, Phrantzet, Pinda, Procopim, Silen- 
tiarius, Strittertu, Synodlut, Theophanet, 
Theophylactvs, Zo8imvLB...QomneiiA, Zona- 

Cabul : see Afghanistan. 

Caen — History: VauUier. 

Calendar (The). 

History and Illustrations: Annual (For- 
ater), Brady, Oebelin {vol. 2)... Cherry. 

See Almanac. 


History:... Forbes, Greenhow. 
Travels: Bryant, Duflot, Fremont. 


Topography: Lysont. 

See Elt. 

The University. 

History: Dyer, FvUer. 

Privil^es: Dyer. 

Statute : Peacock. 

Laws (xv. cent.), King's College:... Hey- 

wood (in Addenda). 
Studies : Sedgwick. . . Whewell. 
Libraries at:...Hartshome (in Addenda). 
Musse Cantabrigienses : Drury. 
Index to Baker MSS. :... Baker. 

(See Tract Catalogue, p. 390.) 

Camden Society Pubucations: (Full descrip- 
tions will be found in the Catalogues under 
the first words) : 


Anecdotes and Traditions Thorns. 

Bale's Kynge Johan Collier. 

Brahdonda Chronica Rokewode. 

Cartwright's (Bp.) Diary Hunter. 

Dee's (John) Diary Halliwell. 

Ecclesiastical Documents Hunter. 

Edward nr., Arrival in Eng- 
land Bruce. 

Egerton Papers Collier. 

EUis, Original Letters. 

Hayward's Queen Elizabeth ... Bruce. 

Irdand, Contests in, IQil Croker. 

Kemp's Nine Daies Wonder . . . Dvce. 
Kyteler (Proceedings against) Wright. 
Mapes' Latin Poems Wright. 

Camden Socibtt Pubucations, —c(mH»ii«2 :— 

Maydistcn, Poem on Richard n. Wright. 

Monasteries, Chapters on Wri^t. 

Nioander^s Travels Cramer. 

Norden's Essex Ellis. 

Plumpton Correspondence Stapleton. 

Promptorium Parvulorwn ... Way. 

Biskanger's Chronicle HalliwelL 

Romances (English Metrical) . . . J . Robson. 

Rutland Papers W. Jerdan. 

Songs (PoUtical) of England Wright 

VergiUus' English History Ellis. 

Warkworth's Chnmide Halliw^. 

Wiclife's Apology Todd. 

(In Supplement.) 

AtthiU's Middleham Church. 
Bramston*s Autobiography. 

Calais, Chronicle of Nichols. 

Camden Miscellany. 

Chronicon Petrobui^nse Stapleton. 

Elizabeth and Jamee vi.. 

Letters HalliwrfL 

Ellis's Huntingdon Visitation. 

England, Relation of Sneyd. 

Qrey of Wilton's Commentaiy. 
Leycester's (Earl of) Corresp. Brace. 

London, Chroniques de Auneier. 

London, Liber de Antiq. L^. Stap&ton. 

Machyn's Diary Nicbols. 

Perth's (Earl of) Letters Jerdan. 

Smyth's Obituary Sir H. Ellis. 

Thornton Romances Halliwdl. 

Twysden on the Qovemment 

of England Kemble. 

Vergil's (P.) English History Ellis. 
Vemey's Long Parliament ... Bruce. 
Yonge's(W.)Diai7 Roberts. 

(In Addenda.) 

Bury St. Edmunds, Wilts Tymms. 

Jane (Chronicle of Queen) ... Nichols. 

Camel — Osteological Symmetry: Adam (W.) 

Campaigns : see Milttart Histort. 

Canada : see America (North). 

Canterbury — Cathedral. 

History and Antiquities: Pcwker... Daai, 
Architecture:... Sandys, Willis. 

See Kent. 
Cape of Qood Hope : see Africa (South). 

Cards (Plajring) — Origin and History: Singer 
...HeUer, Jansen. 

Caricature: H.B., Carioatttre Franfaise ... 

Gillray (in Addenda). 

Carlaverock, Siege of, in 1300:... Nicolas. 

Carthaginians — History: Heeren, Univers. 
Hist. Ancient, (vol. 15-16). 

Catalogues of Libraries, &c. : 

See under Catalogue, page 56-60... and in 
Supplement, pages 26-32. 
Other Catalogues, entered under the names 

of the Compilers, viz. 

(Ethiopic Biblical) : Piatt. 
Greek Biblical: Todd. 
Dodsworth: Hunter, 
Lincoln's Inn : HusUer, 



Catalogues, — continued : — 
Early Printed Books : 

Spencer Library : IHbdin, 

Lambeih Library : Maitland. 

Ditto (EngU8h):...Maitland. 
Books on Vellum : . . . Van Praet. 
Libraries — Pabricius: Fabriciua. 

La Croix du Maine : . . .Rigoley. 

Duke of Sussex : Pettigrtw, 
Paintings : see Galleries. 

See also Bibuoorafht. 

Catechism (Church) : Clarice (5.) (vU, 3), Seeker 
{vol. 8-9), Sinclair. 

Causes C^LksRES : see Trials. 

Celts (The) — Antiquities: Ikmes, Higgim, 
Johnstone f Parker. 

Eastern Origin : Prichard. 
See Druids. 


History: /feBo«?a...Ribeyro. 

Travels and Descriptions : . . .Bennett, Hoff- 

Demonology: Callaway, 
Fishes: Bennett. 

CHANCfELLORS* (Lord) Lives :...CampbeU. 
Chronology of:...Dugdale. 

Chancery (Court of): — Cooper (C. P.) 

Records of (Eliz. and James I.)... Records. 

Characpier (National) : Chenevix. 

Charn WOOD Forest : . . . Potter. 

Chelsea : . . .Faulkner. 

CHEMISTRY: C%mw<ry...Cheini8try. 

Journals: Awnales de Ckimie, Nicholton*t 
Journal. . . Annales, 

Manuals, Dictionaries, Elements, &o. : 
AUnn, Berzeliutf Brande, Davy {vol, 
3-5), Faraday, Gmelinf OraJianif Hare 
(/2.), Pr<mt, Reidy Turner {£.), Ure... 
Daniell, Daubeny, Prout. 

History: Thomson. 

applied to the Arts : . . .Dumas, Solly. 

(Agricultural): Daubeny, Davy, Lidng... 

(Animal): Lidng. 

of Food:...Liebig. 

Cheshire — History and Topography: Lyaons, 
Eaton Hall, Views : Buckler. 

Chess: Lewis {W.), Penn, Walker {W. O.)... 
Heinse (vol. 6-7), Lewis, Staunton, Walker. 
Bibliography : . . . Oettinger, Schmid. 

Chili — Voyages : Caldcleugh . . . Frezier. 


History: BaudieTf Mfmoires. 

Chronology: Qaubil, M6moires. 

Voya^^ to, and Descriptions : A^lev {vol. 
3-4), Barrow, Bell, China, Davis, Du 
Ilalde, Kidd, Macleod, Mimoires, 
Pinkerton {vol. 7), Purchas {vol. 3, 
book i-ii):... Fortune, Ripa, China. 

Embassies to: i$?/aun/on... Pauthier. 

Corea and Loo Choo : Jlall, Macleod. 

Military Operations in (1840-42) : Beldier, 
Davis... Shnck. 

CHINA, — continued : — 

British Commerce with : Staunton... Maatm 

...Staunton (in Addenda). 
Portuguese Settlements in : . . . China. 
Literature: Davis, Kidd. 
Philosophy:... Confucius, Davis, Pauthier. 
(Cochin) : see Cochin China. 


History: James, Mills, Sainte-Palaye, 
See also Crusades. 

Chloroform — Use of in Surgery :.. .Curling. 
See Ether. 

Cholera: PorHn... Gilkrest, Kennedy, Rich< 


On the Person of : . . . Peignot. 

Genealogy : . . . Peignot. 
On bowing at the Name of:...PiTnne. 
Doctrine of his Incarnation : . . ."Wilberforoe. 
— Atonement: Magee, 


Works on its Truth, Evidences, &c. : Adam 
{R.), Baker, Benson, Chalmers, Cony- 
heare, Courtenay, Qrotius {vcl. 4), Our- 
ney, Johnson, Jortin, Keith, Locke, 
Martyn, Paley {v<d. 1-2), Rosse, Stil- 
lingfieet, 5umn«r... Watson's Tracts. 
Doctrines, Institutes, Principles, fto. : 
Abercrombie, Adam, CcUvine, ChateoMr 
briand{vol. 11-13), Cranmer, QrinfM, 
Hay, Justinus, Limborch, Marhemeke, 
Milton, Palmar, Racine, Schleiermacher, 
Tomline, Venn, Wariurton {vol. 9), 
Wegscheider. . .Bourne, Calvinus, Chris- 
tian, Newman. 
Doctrine of the Atonement : Magee. 

— Incarnation : . . . Wilberforoe. 

Its Moral and Social Influence, Province, 

Ac. : Chandler, Dewar, Oreswdl, Knox, 

{vol. 7), Kdhler, MandeviUe, SeweU, 

Sumner, TiMoM... Wiseman, Worsley. 

History of : 

See Bible (History of the), Jews. 
Qeneral Histories: Baronius, Bingham^ 
Broughton, Centuriatores Magdd)., 
Eusebius^ Fleury, Fox, Jortin, MUman, 
Milner, Mosheim, Neander, Planck, 
Waddington . . . Campbell, Martene, 
Matter, Olshausen, Schroeckh. 
Religious Ceremonies : Picart. 
Apostolic Period: Cai^e... Neander. 
The Primitive Church : Butler {A.), Cave, 
Hinds, Kaye, Mosheim {Qleig), Nean- 
der, Semler, TiUemont. 
Councils : see Councils. 
Early Christian Sects, Heresies, ko, : Lard- 
ner's Works, iSmn«... Christian Sects. 
Gnosticism: Matter. 
Manicheism: Beausobre. 
Donatists:...Donatists (in Addenda). 
Oriental Churches : 
Ethiopia: Oeddes. 
Malabar: Oeddes. 

St. Thomas in the East Indies: Oouvea. 
Greek Church : Waddington. 

Rome (Church of): see above (General 
Histories), and Rome. 



CHRISTIANITY, Rome (Church of), — c<m- 
tmu£d: — 
Martyrologies, LiveB of the Saints: Baillet, 
iitrffer...Bollandu8, Jameson. 
(English) :...Cro8thwaite, Newman. 
The Popes : Bamke. . . Potter. 
Monastic Orders: Hdyot, 

(Engtish): Foabroke. 
In the Middle Ages: Hurter, Innocent in., 

Roman Catholics in England since the 
Reformation : BfUler (C), Dodd, Pan- 
zoni.-.Challoner, Dodd. 
France (Church of) in Seventh Century:... 

Reformation (The) in Fourteenth Cen- 
tuir: Wic^ffe'8 Life, 
The Hussites : Lenfant. 
In Sixteenth Century, Germany: Au- 
bignS, Heeren, Kreussler, LiUhenu, 
Seckmdorf, Sleidaniu, WaddingUm 
... Gerdesius, Hook, Ranke, 
The Low Countries: Brandt. 
Poland: Kraaintki, 
Italy: Macrie. 
France: Browning. 

England: Blunt, Burnet, Daramati, 
Sanderus, Soame, l^rype... Cohhett, 
Hook, Maitland. 
Scotland: Cook, Knox. 
Histoiy of Protestantism: Bomiet {vol. 
In the Eighteenth Century : Tittmann. 
England (Church of) : see England. 
jaoman Catholics in : see above (Rome). 
Presbyterians, 1536-1647 :...Heylyn. 
Puritans, 1517-1688: Neal. 
Nonconformists :. . .Calamy (m Addenda). 
Dissenters, 1688-1808 :...Bogue. 
Methodists: Wesley... Wesiey. 
Scotland (Church of) : see Scotland. 
Ireland (Church of) : see Ireland. 

ChBOHOLOOT. .. , r> nf . 

Systems, kciAHde vinfier les Dates, Blmr, 
Buret de Longchamps, Ideler, Newtoni 
Opera {vol. 5), Nicolas, Petavius, 
Sealiger, Time {View of)... B]&it, Hales, 

(Egyptian): Prichard, ro«ns'...Lepsius, 


(Chinese): OauJbU. 

See History. 


Works on the Nature of Church Establish- 
ments, &c. : Chalmers, Gladstone... 
Noel, Waii, Whately. 
. Church Government— Episcopacy : Hooker, 
MiUon's Prose Works (vol. 1), StiUing- 
Jleet, Wilherforce.. .Frynne, Thomdike. 
Apostolical Succession: Sinclair. 
Royal Supremacy : . . .Pusey (in Addenda). 
The Parochial System: Chalmers, Wilder- 

force, (H. W.) 
The Voluntary System : Maitland. 
See Law (Canon). 

Church of Engbmd : see under England. 
Church History : see Chbismanitt. 

Cm (The): Chronicle, Herder, Buy Diez. 

CiRCASSiA — ^Travels,: Spencer. 
Civilization : see Societt. 

Climate : see Meteorology. 

Curative Influence : Clark, HeMrwood. 
Clocks: Thomson... YvlllBjnj. 
Coal and Coal Mines : if tfrcAuon... Collieries, 

Ashby Coal Field : Mammatt. 

Cochin-China, Voyages to: Barrow, Craio- 


Journals : Numismatic {Jownal, and 

General Discourses on : Evelyn, Locke (rol 
5), MeUum, Pinkerton. 
Collections, Descriptions, &c. : 

Eastern: Marsdm, Wilson... Tmetm, 

Afghanistan: Wilson. 

Ancient Greek and Roman : Eckhd, 

Knight {R. P.), Mionnet, Spankemius 

...^buthnot, Museum Florent. (vol. 

4-6), Pembroke. 

Grecian: CardweU, Miownet, Raache, Ses- 

tini, Weston. 
Roman: Akerman, CardvoeU, Eekhd, Mion- 
net, Basche, Fatrfoiit...MorelliuB. 
I4urge Brass: Smyth {W, H.), 
Silver: Malet. 
Denarius: Oreaves, 
At Ephesus: Akerman. 
Sicilian : . . . Paruta. 
Spanish — Colonies: Flortz. 
English: Fleetwood, Liverpool, Ruding... 
Ancient British : Hawkim*, 
An? lo-CMlic : Hawkins. 
Wiltshire Tokens : . . .Akerman. 
Irish: Simon. 

Medals of Royal and Illustrious Personages 
(14th-18thCent.): Herceus. 
Cologne Cathedral, Views and Plans :...Bois- 

COLOMRIA, Descriptions: CoUmJAa, Hamilton 

{J. p.) 

Quito: Velasco. 

Colonies (The) of Great Britain : Martin, MUl 

On Colonization : Bentham, Bwm, 
Brougham... ¥ox, Lewis, Monteagle, 

(See also Tract Catalogue, p. 401.) 

Comets : see Astronomy. 

Commerce : see Trade. 

Conohology: Broderip, 
(Fossil): Brocchi, 

Conic Sections: see Geometry. 


Ancient History : Codinus, ConetcuUinople, 

Byzantine Historians. 
Conquest by the Franks: Ducange, 

Mouskes, Ville-Hardowin. 
Descriptions: Auldjo, DaUaway, Oilles, 
See also Turkey. 
CoNSTiTxnioN : see Government. 
Consumption: Clark, Holmes, Raimadge, 



€k)irvocATiON8 : see Ck>UNGfiLS. 

In England : see England (Church of.) 

Cookebt: TabeUa Cfibaria...Kmg (yoI. 8.) 
(Ancient) : Royal Household Book. 
(Modem) : . . .Acton. 

Ck>RAL Reefs : . . .Darwin. 

Oobn-Laws. Corn-laws: Oraham, ffamilton 
(W. (?.), Jacob, G'Connell,..Ca.YoviT, Cobbett 
...Com Laws. 
Prices of Cora, 1100-1700: Fleetwood. 
(See also Tract Catalogue, p. 403-5, and 
Supplement, p. 204). 


Origin of the Cornish : Betham. 
TopogTVk^hy and Antiquities: Carew, CHI- 

bertf LyfonSf Stockdale...'BoT]»Ba. 
Conventual Foundations:... Oliver. 
Oeology : De la Beche, OUbert {Boase), 
Natural History : . . . Borlase. 

COBONATIONS: Banks, Charles U., Planchi. 
The Coronation Oath : Lane, PhiUpoUs. 


History: Benson. 
Description: Benson, Boswdl. 


(Ancient): Hope. 

slesiastical) : Pugin. 
[iddle Ages) : . . .Shaw, 
ritish): Strutt... Fhaichk. 


Collections and History of: Cave, Lahbe, 

Richard ...Dwpim, Martene, Potter, 

of Basil, Constance, Pisa: Lenfant. 
of Trent: Geddes, Mendham, Sarpi... Trent. 
of Reformed Churches in France : Quick. 
of Qreat Britain : see England (Church of). 

CouTANGES (Cathedrale de) : Ddamare. 

OovENANTEBS (The) : . . .Napier. 


Temp. Reformation: Confessiowum. 
Temp. Henry VIII. : Pormvlaries. 
The Apostles' Creed (Expositions) : Barrow 
{vol. 5-6), Pear«(m... Leighton. 

Cbbte — Travels: Pashley. 


Elements of: Karnes. 

See also Language, Litebatuee, Taste. 

(Classical): Classical Museum, Dawes, 

Erasmi Opera, Hemumn, Mwretus^ 

Museum Criticumt Person, Valckenaer 

...Meursius, Welcker. 

See also under the different Classics. 
Cbusades (The). 

History: AWeH d^Aix, Foulcher, Fuller, 
QuiUaume de Tyr, Jacques de Vitry, 
Michaud, Mills, iVbgren^... Crusades. 
The First Crusade : Robert le Moine. 
Lifluence of: Heeren. 
See also Chivalby. 
Cbtstallographt: Havty. 
See Mineralogy. 


Histoiy and Statistics : Cvha, Sagra. 
Travels: Tudor. 



Topography and History: Hutehinsim, 

Lysons. . .Nicolson. 
Scenery of the Lakes : Gilpin. 


Theoretical works on : Currency, Cfraham, 
Huskisson, Tooke, ^Tudter ...Alison, 
Appleton, Fullarton, Milner, Tooke, 

Bullion, and Production and Consomptioa 
of the precious metals : Bullion, Jacobp 
Parliament (Reports), Ricardo, Senior, 

Paper Currency : Paine. 
History of Prices : Tooke. . .Tooke. 
State of the Currency, 1830-47:... Tooke. 
Sir Robert Peel's Bill:... Tooke, Torrens. 
Monetary System of India : . . . Jervis. 

(See Tbact Catalogue, p. 408, and Sup- 
plement, p. 205). 

See also Banking, Exchange, Financi. 

Cutch: see India. 

Cyolop.£dia : see Dictionabies. 

Cybus, Expedition of: RenneU, Xenophon, 

Dalmatli, &c. 

Travels and History : . . .Wilkinson. 
Palace of Diocletian at ^alatro:...Adam. 

Deafness : Laurent, Stevenson. . .Diderot (voL 2). 

Death, on the Punishment of: Bentham, 2>uc- 
pStiaux, Montagu, Waktfield, Wrightson.., 

Deism: Deistical Writers of England: LeUsnd, 

Deluge (Organic Remains of) : see FossDUS. 

Demonology : see Witchcbaft. 


Histoiy and Antiquities: DahUnann, Ihm- 

ham, Mallet, Saxo Oramm., Univ, ffitt, 

{Modem, vol. 28-9)... Allen, Meursias 

(vol. 9). 
Travels and Accounts : Barrow, Coxe, 

Roger ..Molesworth. 

See Transactions, page 313. 

Schleswig and Holstein : . . . Krieger, Twiss. 

(See also Tract Supp., p. 206). 

See Iceland, Scandinavia. 

Debbyshibe — Topography: Bray, Lysons, 

Devonshibe — Topography: Lysons. 
Dartmouth: Holdsworth. 
Exeter Cathedral : Cathedrals. 
Conventual Foundations : . . .Oliver. 
Geology: De la Beche. 


Anatomical : . . .Todd. 
Antiquities (Gr. and Rom.) : Smith {W.) 
ArchseologiaU : Fosbroke. 
Architectural: Glossary, Owilt, Nkkohon, 
Quatremire de Quincy. 

(Middle Age): Britton, Willis. 

(Cottage): £oudon. 
Architects : see Biogbaphy (Collective). 
Arts and Sciences: Crttbbe, Ure...Vn, 



DICmONARIES,— con^wwed :— 

Arts (Fine): iftT/m... Milizia, Nagler... 

Ehnes (in Addenda). 

See below, Enotclopjedias. 

Bible (of the) : Calmet. 

Biogn4)hical, see Bioorafht (Dictionaries. 

Botanical: MiUer, Loudon... Don. 

Chemical: Aihin, Ure. 

Claasical: Xtfmpmre... Smith. 

Clommercial: MaccuUoch. \ 

Ecclesiastical : BrougfUon. . .Richard, Suicer. 

EncTclopsedias : ConveracUionB • Lexicon, 

Crabbe, Encyclopaedia BriUmn., Ency- 

clopcediu Metropol.f Penny Cyclopadia, 

R&u' Cyclopadia... TMerot (vol. 18- 

20), Zedler. 

Enffravera: ^ryan...Nagler, Ticozzi. 

See also Biography (Collective). 
Gardening: Loudon, Miller... Don. 
Gcogpraphical : Edinimrgh Oaeetteer, Mac- 
cuUoch, Stephanut...BTixzeia (in Ad- 
America and West Indies : Alcedo, 
India: Hamilton (W.) 
Heraldic: Edmondson. 
Historical: Crabbcy ffofmcmnus, Moreri, 
£f/«pAantM... Zedler... Bnizen (in Ad- 
See also Bioorapht (Dictionaries.) 
• (Eastern) : Slane, Sprenger. 
Law: Jacob, Tomlin8...CoweL. 
Manufactures: Ure, 
Maritime : see below. Naval. 

Law : . . . Baldasseroni. 
Mathematical: HiUton. 
Medical: Blancardi, Forbes. 
Materia Medica: Brande, 
Mines: Ure. 
Mythological: Biographic Univ. {tomes 

58-5), Zmpricrc... Smith. 
Natural History (of) : Dictionnaire, 
Naval: FodcoTier... Young. 
Commercial Navigation: MaccuUoch... 
Oriental : D'Herbelot, FlUgel {Haji Khalfa). 
Peters : see Bioobaphy (Collective). 
Philosophical: VoUaire {vol. ZZ-Z%). 

(Natural): ffutton. 
Physiological : . . .Todd. 
Statistical: MaccuUoch. 
Suxvical: S. Cooper. 
Technological: Crabbe. 
Topographical: Capper, Carlisle, Oorton. 

^See also Lanouaob). 
Polyglott: Calepinus, CasteU, Minsheu. 


Hebrew: CasteU, 6^s9e7^tiw...Thomassinu8. 

Arabic: CasteU, Freytag, Richardson... 

Persian: iZicAorciMm... Richardson, Rous- 
seau... Angelo (in Addenda). 

Armenian: Armenicm, Ciakciak...AvLcher. 

Turkish or Tartar : dakdaJc, Kieffer. 

Sanscrit: Tr»2Mm...Haughton 

Hindustani :...Shakespear (in Addenda). 

Bengali: iraii^Aton...Haughton. 

Indian Terms : . . .Elliot. 

Anamitic [Cochin-China, &c.] : Tdberd. 

tinued : — 
Malay: Marsden. 

Chinese, Canton Dialect: Morrison, 
Australia — (S. W.) Dialects : Grey. 

E^^tian: ChampoUion, TaUam. 
Coptic: Peyron, 
Abyssinian: SaU. 

Greek: Ccnstantinus, Oebdin (voi. 9), 

Hedericus, Hesychius, MoreU, PhotiMS, 

Pollux, Stcphanus, Suidas. . .Phrynieon 
and English : Donnegan, LidddL 
(Metrical) : Brasse, MoreU. . 
Barbarisms : . . .MeursiuB (voL 4). 
(Patristical) : . . . Suicer. 
(MediflBval) : . . .Du Cange. 
(Modem or Romaic) : Lowndes. 
Latin: FaccioUUus, Qtbtlin {voL 6-7)i 

Qesnerus, 5cAe2^...Noltenia8. 
and Spanish : Antonius Nthriss, 
and French : JDictionmaire, 
and English: Ainsworth, Prompiorwim, 

SchdUr... my ot, Littleton. 
(Metrical): Oradus. 
(Barbarous and Mediaeval): Dueange, 

Spelman. . .Noltenius. 

Italian: Dizionario, Manual, Vocabolano. 
and French : Alberti, Veneroni, 
Latin and French : AntonimL 
and English : BareUi, 

Spanish: Diccionario. 
and French : Nunes, 
and Latin : Antonius NAriss. 
and English : ConneUy, Nesmum. 

Portuguese and English : Vieyra. 

Romance: Francois, Baynouard, Roquefort. 
Norman and Old French: Xaoom6e...Kel- 

Walloon: Francois* 
Breton : Le Pelletier, Rostrenen. 
French: IHctionnaire, OebeUn (wol. 6), 
3f^n«(^e...Landai8, Laveanx. 
and Latin : DicUownaire. 
and English: Boyer, Coigrave, FUmssig 

...Dune^ Skiers, Tarver. 
and Russian : Dictionnadre, 
and German: Rondeau. 
^tirical and Proverbial) : Le Rouz, 
Synonymes: Roub(»ud...Qmxot. 

Celtic: BuUet, Francois. 

Breton : Le PeUetier, Rostrtma^ 
Welsh: Lhu^, Oipen...WalterBu 
Irish: O'Brien, 
Gaelic: Armstrong, DicHonary. 

Anglo-Saxon: Bosworth, Hichet, Ikre, 

Junius, Lye, 
English: Bailey, Johnson, Smart, Walker, 
Wthster. . .Richardson. 
(Etvmoloncal) : Junius, Skinner, 
Old Words, Proverbs, io. r Nares, 
(Provincial) : Orose, Glossary, ffoUoway. 
(Slang): Orose, 
Scottish: Jamieson. 



tinued: — 
American Phrases : Pickering. 

Northern Languages — (Scandinavian) : 
Icelandic: Haldononiua, Ihre, 
Danish: Haldorsoniut. 

and English: Bay, 
Swedish and English: ITicic^rrfR... Dic- 

Gothic: Lye. 

(MsBso): Jhrt. 

(Teuto): Meidinger. 

(Snio): Ihre. 
Francic, Teutonic, and Alemannic: /Are, 

German: AdtlAmg...Q9isvae. 

and English: PlUgeL, Attn«r...B6ttger. 

and French : Rondea/VL. 

(Ancient): Wachier...QiT9S. 

(Tudesque): Fran^oit. 
Dutch and English : Seiod. 

and French : . . . Marin. 
Lapponic: Ihre. 
Russian and French : Dietionnaire. 

and English : . . .Dictionaiy. 
Polish, German, Latin, and French: 


Indian (N. A.) : OeMin (vol. 8). 

Algic or Chippeway : MacKewney. 

See also Laxouaob. 


Treatises on : Dick, Mayo, Medicina, Nit- 
bet, Paris, Truman, Willich... 'Prout. 


Morgan... jye Morgan. 

Dilettanti Society. Publications: Auica, 


Treatises on : Garden, Martens, MeM. 
Functions of Ambassadors: DwfMmt (vol. 
4-6), Wicqu^ort. 
Consuls : . . . Menech. 
History of (French) : /7aMa»...Capefigue. 
See Law of Nations, Treaties. 

Diplomatics, or Art of Dec3rphering Ancient 
Writings : see Paueographt. 


Works on the Cure of: Bright, Dickeon, 

Galenus, Long, Swieten. 
^idemic: Portter. 
Hypochondriac: MandeviUe. 
of Children: Marley. 
of the Eye: TwnbuU. 
of the Heart: Hawkins, Trarc2rop...Laennec. 
of the Limbs : BeaU. 
of the Lungs : . . .Laenneo. 
of the Nerves : Cooke, Hunt. 
of the Skin : Oreen. 
of the Spine : BeeUe. . .Coles, 
of the Stomach : Prout. . .Prout. 
of the Throat : Harwood. 
Urinary: /'roM<...Courtenay. 
The Stone : Oiviale, Petit. 
See Medicine. 

Dispatches (Collections of): WeUesley, Wd- 
2tiv//<m... Marlborough, Nelson. 

Divorce : Milton (Histor. Works). 

Practice in Parliamentary : Macqueen, 
Dodo (on the) : . . . Hamel. 

Domesday Book, Introduction : EUis. 
Doric Races : see Greece. 
DORT (Synod of). Canons : Confessummsn, 
Dover Castle : Darell. 

The Harbour: Wortkington. 

Drainage of Land:... Denton, Smith... Eenens 
(in Addenda). 

Of Towns : see Sanitary Reporm. 


On the Dramatic Art: Schlegd...8cbikgA 

(vol. 6-6). 
Greek — ^Tragedy: .£schylus (HarfordS. 

Comedy : Johnson*s Works (vol. 8). 
English, Lectures on: J7as{«M...Hulitt, 

Mason (vol. 2). 
History, &c. : Baker, Oibber. 
Early English, to the time of Elizabeth : 

AUeyn, Collier, HatDkins...Hi^tL 
to the Restoration : Collier. 
from the Restoration : Genese. 
Immorality and Profimeness:... Collier, 
French : . . . Ch^nier, Coll£, Sainte-Beuve, 

St. Marc Girardin. 
Spanish, origin of:... Teatro, Villanueva. 
Hindu: WiUon. 

Dramatic Authors. 

(Greek): JSsckylus, Aristophanes, Euripides, 
Sophocles. . . Comioorum Or. Fragments 
Poets Soenici. 

^tin) : Plautus, Seneca, Terentius. 

(English) : BaiUie, Beaumont and Fletcher, 
Burgoyne, Cibber, Colman, Congreve, 
Davenant, Dryden (vol. 2-8), £the- 
rege, Farquhar, Foot, Ford, Jaoward, 
Janson, Killigrew, Lee, Lillo, Marlowe, 
Massinger,Middleton (T.), Otway, Pede, 
Jtotoe, ShadweU, Shakespeare, Sheridan, 
Shirley, Southeme, Vembrugh, Wdtster, 
Wycherley... Be^nmojit and Fletcher, 
Buckingham, Centlivre, Cowley, (Jar- 
rick, Gay, Greene, Sedley, Steele, 

See also Plays. 

(French) : Beaumarchais, Chamfori, Cor- 
neUle, CribUUm, Deetouches, Fontendle, 
Le Sage (vol. 12-16), MarivoMX, Mo- 
li^re, Racine, Regnard, Scarron, Scribe, 
Thiatre, Voltaire (vol. l-7)...Ch*nier, 
Theatre... Boissy (in Addenda). 

(Italian) : Alamanni, A^fieri, Aretino, Ari- 
osto, Chldoni, Mamoni, MeUUtasio^ 
Niccolini, Rinuccini, Teatro, Zeno. 

(Spanish): Calderon, Cervantes, Moratin, 
Vega (L. de)...Tea,tro. 

(German): Goethe, Klinger, Lessing (vol. 
7-17), Schenk, Schiller, 2Vedb...fffland, 

Druids (The Celtic) : Davies, Higgins. 

Druidical Temples of Wilts: Hoa/r€s Anc. 

See Celts. 



DuiLLiKO, Eflsays on : BnmUyme {(Euvres), 

Cameronf OUvano. 
DUNOTAFLB Priory — Annals : ffeame. 


Histoiy and Antiquities : Surtees. 
The Cathedral: Cathedrals. 

Earth (The). 

Theory of: Collier, Evelyn, Button, Twr- 
(Mosai^: Burnet {T.) 
Figure of the Earth : Baily, Maupertiui, 

Parry, Sabine. 
See Qeoloot, Gbografht (Physical). 

Eaton Hall, Cheshire — Views: Buckler. 

(History of). 

EoLiPSis: Baily, Lubbock... ^hadwell. 
See Astronomt. 


(Poutioal) Principles of, &c. : Chalmers, 
Cooper (r.), Jones (/?.), Malthus, Mar- 
tineau. Mill, Say, Scrope, Sedgwick, 
Senior, Sismondi, Smith, Storch, Tor- 
rens, Whately... WiW, Bicardo, Twiss. 

See also Banking, Finance, Poor Laws, 
Population, Statistics. 

(Rural and Domestic) :...Cobbett, Colman. 

See also Aoricui/ture. 

Edinburgh : see Trotter. 

History :...Amot, Chambers. 

EDUCATION: Locke {vol. 9), Afill, Montagu, 
Quarterly Journal, Tmnsactions {Cen- 
tral Society) . . . Wedgwood. 
(National and Popular): Austin, Combe, 
Education, Powell... Dawcb, Hamilton, 
Jackson, Waddington. 
in Ireland : Ireland. 
in Europe : Bache. 

in France: Cousin, EdtuxUion... ThierB. 
in Prussia : Cousin, Overberg, Schubert. 
in Holland : Cousin. 
in India : Trevdywn. 
(University): Sedgwick, IFX^«:cW...Whewell. 

in Qermany : . . . Perry. 
(Liberal, Professional, &c.): Conybeare, 
Knox {vol. 4)... Amos, Green, Whe- 
Reports of Commissioners : . . .Education. 
Physioloffy applied to Education : Combe. 
Endowea Grammar Schools : Carlisle, Knox 

{vol. 4). 
(See also Tract Catalogue, p. 415-16, and 
Supplement, p. 208-9). 

Edtbtone : see Lighthouse. 

Eel (Conger) — Nervous System :...Prevost. 


History: Universal Hist. {Ancient, vol. 1 
and 8; Modem, vol. 11), Wilkinson 
...Bunsen, Cory, Potocki. 
And see below, ANnQurriES, Travels, 
under the Ptolemies :...Sharpe. 
under Mamaluke Sultans : Quatremire. 
under Mohammed Ali : . . . Mengin. 

EGYPT (History),— «m<imc€d.^— 

Chronology: Prichard, Young... l^i^^ 

Antiquities: Caylus, EgypU, Egyptian, 
Gau, Lepsius, Maurice, JtoselUm, 
Young. . .Lepsius. 
Politics and Trade : ffeeren. 
Manners and Customs : 
(Ancient): Wilkinson. 
(Modem) : Burckhardt, Lane. 

See Hieroglyphics. 

Travels and Descriptions : Browne (W. 0.), 
Bruce, EgypU, Hakluyt (vol. 2), Ha- 
milton {W. R.\ Henniker, Hogg, Irify, 
Lushii^on, Norden, PinkerUm {vcL 
16), Purchas{vol. 1-2), Russegger, Va- 
lentia, VUney {vol. 2-3), Wilkinson... 
Hemprich, Kii4rl&l^®» Lepsius, Rolnn- 
son, Warburton. 
Survey of Thebes: Wilkinson. 

See also Kmbalming, MmooBSy Nile, 
NuRiA, Pyramids. 
Elections: Buckingham... "PickenDg. 

Law of: JoUivet, Rogers. 
Elbctricitt : Eteetrical Mag., Faraday, Frank- 
lin, Priestley, Rive, Transactions {EUdr. 
iSbc.)... Faraday, Wheatstone... Harris $n Ad 
applied to the Useful Arts : Finlaison. 
Influence on Vegetation : . . .Solly. 
See Lightning, Magnetism, Metboroloqt. 

Eleusis, Archit. Remains: Attica. 

Eleumnian Mysteries: Christie. 
Elocution : Fenelon {vol. 8), Smart, Wood (S.) 

See also Oratory, Speeches. 


Bishops of: Murray {T. B.) 

Cathedral: Bentham...Eij. 

Sextry Bam at : Willis. 

Chapel and Palace, Holbom: Murray {T. B.) 

Elzevir Family : . . .Reume. 

Emralming : Davidson, Chunville, Pettigrew. 

See also Mummies. 


to England, firom Heniy iv. of France:... 

in HoUand, 1615-20 : Carleton, 

from Charles n. to Musoovie, &o. : OarU^ 

toPokndinl676: Clarendon {Rochester). 

of Earl of Castlemimie, from James n. to 
Innocent Xi : . . .Wright. 

to Ava : Crawfurd. 

to China: jSifai£nf(m...Pauthier. 

to Tibet: Turner. 
Emigration: Emigration, 

See also Colonies. 


Engineering : see Military Art. 

(Civil) : Engineers* Journal. 
Reports: Smeaton. 
Encyclopaddia : . . .Cresy. 

ENGLAND. History: 

(General): Andrews {J. P.), Baker, Brady, 
Carte, D' Orleans, Drake, Henry , Hume 
and SnuMett, Hughes, Kewnet, Lingard, 
Mackintosh, MolevUle, (Hdmixon, Ra- 
pin, TyrrtU, TJnivers. Hist. {Modem, 



ENGLAND, Hiotobt (Gxnsbal), — con- 
tiwiied: — 

ffd, 39-40)... Craik, Echard, lingard. 
Major, Macaulay. 

during Middle Ages : Thimer {S.) 

to Norman Conquest: Kewnet (vol. 1), 
MilUm, Speed, Strutt. 

Conquest to Henir vi. : Kewnet (Dcmiel). 

to Henry n. : Smfi (vol. 10). 

to Richard n. : Brady. 

to Elizabeth : Drake. 

to Charles I. : Baker (R.) 

under the Stuarts, 1603-88 : Vaugkan, 

James I. to 1778 : MacatUay (C.) 

Charles i. to the Restoration: BaiUie, 
Brodie, Warwick, Wdwood, White- 

Restoration to George I. : Macpherton. 

Charles n. to Anne : Bwmei, Dalrymple, 

Revolution 1688 to George i. : Cfunning- 
to 1820 : BeUham. 

from James n. :...Maoaulay. 

from 1713 to 1748 : Mahon. 

Durinff Thirty years* Peace (1816-46):... 

Chboniclbs and Historians of rarious eariy 
periods of English history: Aseeritu, 
Badmerus, Fahyan, Froistart, QrofUm, 
HaJtX, Haardyng, Heame (Alvredus, 
Ouilid. Neubrig., OUerboume, Peter 
Langtoft, Robert of Qloucetter, J. Rotnu, 
Sprotitu, W. Worcestritu), Holinthed, 
Lanquet, MaUhcms Wettm., Monttrelet, 
Pane (M.), Rattell, Roger de Wend., 
Saxon Chronicle, Speed, Stow, Strutt, 
Trivetut, Vergiliut, WcUterus Hemingf., 
Willelmua M€Ufne8b....ChTomcleB, Flo- 
rentius Wiflom. Murimuth, Nennius, 
Roger of Wendover, Trivetus, Ver- 
ffil, Walter de Heming., William of 

Collections of Historians: Bertra^^, Bri- 
tannicarum, Camden, Gcde, Sovile, 

(Pabtioxtlab Rsions, &c.) 

Ancient Britons: Bdham, Dames, 
Jeffrey of Monmouth, Johnstone, 
Newnivs, Sheringham, Univen. Hiat. 
(Ancient, vol. 17)...Layamon*s Brut. 

Anglo-Saxon: Codex Diplom., Lappen- 
berg, Eennet (vol. 1), Milton, Pal- 
grave, Saxon Chronicle, Speed, 
Strutt, Turner (5.)...Kemble, Lap- 
penberg, Roger of Wendover. 
Alired the Great: Aaseriut, Heame 

Nonnan Conquest: Atwood, Thierry... 
to Henry u. : PhiUipe... "ilichel. 

Henry ii : Heame (Benedictus), LytteUon 
...Berington (in Addenda). 

Richard i. : Heame (Benedicts), Ri- 
chardua Divisiensii. 

Edward l. : Heame (Hemingford). 

Edward n. : Heame (Hemin^ord cmd 
J. de Trokdowe.) 

JSdward m. : Barnes, Heame (Avetbvry 
and Hemingford.) 

ENGLAND, History (Particular), — con- 
tinued: — 

Richard n. : J7eam«... Richard n. 

Henry V. : Heame (T. de Elmham and 
Titus Livius.) 

Henry VI. : VergUius. 

Edward iv. : VergUius, Warkworth. 

Richard m. : Kennet (Sir T, More and 
Buck), VergiUus, Walpole (vol. 2). 

Henry vn. : Bacon's Works (vol. 8), 
Kewnet (vol. 1). 

Henry vm. : Qodwvn, Kennet (Herbert), 
Turner (5.)... Lewis. 

Edward vi. : Qodwin, Kewnet (Hay- 
ward), Turner (-S.)...Tytler. 

Mary: Qodwin, Turner (8.)...Tj%\er,., 
Jane (queen) (in Addenda). 

Elizabeth: Aikin, Birch, Hayward, 
Heame (Camden), Johnston, Kennet 
(Camden), Turner (S.) 
and Mary, queen of Scots : . . .Raumer. 

James i. : Aikin, Harris, Jamas l., 
Johnston, Kennet (Camden and Wil- 
son), Vaughan. 

Charles i. : Aikin, Brodie, D'/sradi, 

Fellowes, Quizot, Harris, Kennet (vol. 

3), Vaughan, Warwick. 

The Civil War: Clarendon, Qwynne, 

Hchbes (vol. 6), MonUth, Oldmixon 

...Dugdale, Homius, Piyime, Yer* 


(See Tract SuFPLmoan', p. 201.) 
Commonwealth : Brodie, Clarendon, 
Fellowes, Godwin, Cfuizot, Harris, 
Hutchinson, Warwick . . .CromweU, 
Parliament, 1656-9 : Burton (T.) 
Charles n. : Carrd, Fellowes, Harris, 

Kewnet (vol. 3), Vaughan... Boa, 
James n. : Carrd, Fox, Kennet (vol. 8), 
F(aii^Aan...£chard, Macaulay. 
The Revolution, 1688: Mackintosh, 
Mazure, TreUuK>o<2...Echard, Gui- 
zot, Macaulay, Speke. 

(See Tract SuFPLEMEm*, p. 248-51.) 

William m. : Kewnet (vol. 8), Ralph. 
Aime: Boyer, Marlborough, RaJtph, 

SomerviUe, Swift (vol. 5). 
The Union:... Defoe. 
George i. : Mahon, Ralph... Boyer. 
George n. : Mahon, Walpole... Rerrey. 
George in.: Adolphus, Aikin, Toone... 

Adolphus, Walpole. 
George iv.: Oeorgeiv., ro(m«...Cobbett. 
William iv. : Toone. 

(See also Tract Sufp., p. 209.) 
(Biographical): Granger. 

Kings of England : Sandford. 

Queens of England : Strickland. 
(Constitutional,) from Henry vn. : Hallam, 
RusseU (J.) 

See also Govxrnmbitt. 

History of Party (Charles u. to the Re- 
form Bill) : Cooke (O. W.) 
(Heraldic): Beatson... Hey\yn. 
(Legal) : see Law. 
(MiBtary) : see Mtlitart Histort. 
(Naval) : see Navt. 
(Parliamentary) : see Parijamint. 




ESQUlSD,— continued :— 

dooumkntart illustrations of eltolish 
State Papers and Letters : Rtfmer, . .Rymer. 
1501-1726: Hardwiche, 
Henry vni. : State Pajten, 

to Elisabeth : Burghl^y, Sadler. 
Elizabeth : Birch, D'Ewea, Digge*, Fene- 

lon, Forbes, Sifdney, Winvoood. 
JuBkes I. : Birch, Sydney, Winwood. 
Charles i. and the Oivil War: Carte, 

Clarendon, Nalson, Ruthworth, 

Sydney, Thurloe. 
Commonwealth : Carte, Clarendon, 

Sydney, Thurloe. 
Restoration to George i. : Macpherwon. 
William ui. : CarstareB, Cole. 
Anne: Cole. 

G^rge I., Aooe88ion:...Qrimblot. 
1812-83: State Papert. 
1«36, Ac. : Port/olio. 

See also Treaties, Records. 

Correspondence, Memoirs, &c. : Bentley, 
Briquigny, Ellis. 

Henry vi. to Heniy vn. : Fenn. 

Henrv vni. : C<Mbala, Lodge. 

Elizabeth: Cabala, Egerton, Lodge, 
Mdvil, Naunton, Nichols, Osborn, 
Stradling. . .Elizabeth. 
Northumberland's Rebellion of 1569 : 

James i. : Cahala, Carleton, Dalrymple, 
Egerton, Lodge, Melvil, Nichols, 
(hbom... J)*Ewea. 
to Queen Anne : Coke (R.) 

Charles i. and the Civil War: Dal- 
rymple, Evelyn, Ludlow, Maseres, 
Ormonde, Strafforde ... Bromley, 
D'Ewes... Charles i. (in Addenda). 
Ireland: Rinuccini. 

(See also Tract Supplement, p. 201.) 

Charles ii. : Dunois, Evelyn, Pepys, 
Sidney (H.), Trnpfc... Charles n., 
Hamilton, Pepys. 

James ii. : Evelyn. 

Monmouth's Rebellion :...Coad, West- 
em Martyrology. 

William ui. and Revolution of 1688 : 
Carstares, Ellis Corresp., Evelyn, 
Sidney {H.), Stale Trocti... Wil- 
liam ni. 

(See Tract Supplement, p. 248-51.) 

Anne: Marlborough... WXi. 

George n. : DodingUm, Walpole (Sir R. 
and Horace Lord) , . . Hervey. 

Georee m. : Hamilton, WraxaU... 

George rv. : Hamilton. 

Tracts (Collections of) on Histoir and 
Antiquities : Gutch, Harleian MisceU., 
Heame, Heame (Leland,) Morgan, 
Peck, Phenix, Somers' Tracts. 

See also Embassies. 

Topography and Antiquities : 

[of particular Counties and Places in Eng- 
land, see UNDER THEIR NaMES.] 

Accounts of Topographical Works : dough, 

ENGLAND, Topoorapht, &c,- 

Topographical Dictionaries: Capper, Car' 
lisle, Qorton, 

Antiquities (Topographical^ : Antiquariam 
Repertory, Beauties of £. and W., 
Beeverett, Camden, Collectanea Topogror 
phica, Domesday, Ellis, Orose, Heame 
(Leland's Itinerary), Karnes, Lysons, 
Nichols, Richard of Cireneetter, Sammes, 
Stukeley, Topographer, JVenuactiKms 
{Archmiogia), Verstegan^ Willeimus de 

(Ecclesiastical, Cathedral, &c): Britton, 

Dugdale, StruU, TaaiMr... Willis. 
(Monumental): Qough, Mom u m u ntal Brasses, 
Stothard, Vetusta Monumenta, Weever 
...Blore, Brasses, Douglas, Haines. 
Sculpture, Painting, fta : Carter. 
(Roman) in Britain : Hordey, Long (H. L.), 

J2oy...Buckman (in Addenda). 
(Popuhu-) Manners, Dress, Sports, ftc: 

Brand, Mamnen, Strutt...armn<L 
(Regal): StruU. 
Mary (queen). Privy Pur$e Saapentes, 
NiehoUs R^ Wills, 
Page's CuruUia. 
Royal Household Book. 

Travels and Descriptions : PorsAer, Gotk- 
tales, Gordon, Moritz, PerUn, Pinker- 
ton (vol. 2), Shaw...BrBmUm, Defoe, 
Coastmg Pilot:... Collins. 

History of the Cities, Boroughs, Ac: 
Madox, Oldfidd, Willis. 


Commerce, Wealth, Political Progresi, 
Colonies, &c. : CkunpbeU, ColqfJuium, 
De Lolme, Dupin, Heeren, MaceuUock, 
Macpherson, Marsh, Porter, Raumer, 
Spackman, Statistical, Sykes. . . MundelL 

(Moral) : Fletcher (in Addeoda). 

Geography and Statistics: Long (in Ad- 

Revenue, Population, &c. : Marshall, 
Porter, Registration, fTeib. . .Registrar 

See Colonies, Finance. 

ENGLAND (Church op). 

History and Antiquities: Beda, Cardwdl, 

CoUier, Fuller, Godwin, ffarpsfild, 

ddmiron, Parker, Southey, StiUinff- 

fleet, Ussher(vol 5-6)... Short. 

(Irtish and Anglo-Saxon): Beda, Lin- 

gard, StilliHgfleet...IADg^iTd. 
Reformation in : Blunt, Burnet, Damn- 
zati, Sanderus, Soame, Strype ... 
Cobbett, Hook, Maitland. 
1660-1662: Kennet. 
lives of its Bishops, &c. : see Bioobapht 

(Bishops and Ecclesiastical). 
Councils and Convocations, Canons, Ac. : 

Cardwdl, Hody, Kennet, WiUsins. 
Eccles. Revenues, Statistics, &c. : Bacon, 
Ecclesiastical, Le Neve, Liber Eedes., 
Ecclesiastical Laws of: see under Law 



ENGLAND (Chubch of), — eoniimted: — 

Works on its Position and Condition, Yin- 
dioationSy &c. : Bentham, Church, 
Coleridge, MandeviUe, Page, Sinclair, 
SoiUkey, Uhden ... Arnold, Biber, 

See also Abticles, Catechism, Lttubot. 

(See Tract Cat., p. 396-8, and Sdpf., p. 


£voLisH Historical Societt. Publications. 
[For full descriptions, see under the first 
words in the Catalogue.] 

£edcB Hittor. Ecdea. A ngl Stevenson. 

Bedo! Opera Hist, Minora Stevenson. 

Codex J)iplom. Sajcon Kemble. 

Oildas de Excidio Britann. ... Stevenson. 

Nennii Historia Britonum Stevenson. 

Richardi DividensU Chronicon 

JRichardil Stevenson. 

Jtogeri de Wendover Chronica . . . Coxe. 

WiUelnU Malm, Qesta Reg. A ng. Hardy. 

Florentii Wiffom. Chronicon... Thorpe. 

Murimuth Chronica Hoff. 

Richard n. Chronique de Wimams. 

Stephen, Glesta Stephani SewelL 

Triveti Annales Reg. Angl. ... Hog. 
Walter de Hemingb. Chron.... Hamilton. 


History of its Origin and ProgreBS : Evdyn, 
HevMchen, OtUey, Singer „. J anaen, 
Wood Engraving : 5tn^... Heller, Jan- 
sen, Papillon. 
Lives of Engravers : see Biografht (Col- 
Catalogues of their Works :...I>odd, Hei- 
necken, Huber. 
(Flemish, German, and Italian) : ... 

(French) : . . .Robert Dumesnil. 
Prints by earlv Masters : ... Etchings, 

Ottley, Reifrenberg. 
Monograms of Engravers : . . .Brulliot. 
Glyphography : Palmer, 
Lithography : Turner (D.) 

Enoch, Book of: Lawrence, Murray, 

ENTOMOLOGY: Rmumwr, SamoueUe, Swam- 
in«rc2am...£ntomolog^he, Hooke, Insects, 

(British): Dillwyn ...Baird, Curtis, 
Lamellicomes : . . .Schaum. 
Bees:... Huber. * 

Locusts: Ludolfut, 

Eroolako: see Hseculaksttm. 

EflCUBL/LL, MSS. in: Caairi, Clarke {£.) 

Essayists (The): British Classics (comprising 
Adventurer, Guardian, Idler, Rambler, 
Spectator, and Taller). 

See also. Adventurer, Cumberland's Ob- 
server, Johnson's Rambler and Idler, 
Maclcenzin^s Lownger, fTorM... Common 
Sense, Connoisseur, Free-thinker, Hay- 
wood's Female Spectator, Humour- 
ist, Mirror, Steele's Englidiman, &c.. 
Universal Spectator. 


Safi&^n Walden : jBrajfimioke, 

History and Antiquities : Morant, Norden, 

Waltham Abbey: FiUler, 


History of its discoverv :... Ether, Gay. 
Use in Surgery :...Curung. 

ETHICS, OR Moral and Political Philobofht: 

Abercrombie, Belsham, Brougham, Cato, 
Chalmers, Dewar, Eugenius, Forater, 
Fox, Free-MarCs, ffartley, ffdvetiut 
(vol. 8-4), Hume (vol, 1-2), Jevom, 
Long, MandeviUe, Foley Jjvol, 8), 
SmUh, Spinosa, Tucker, WheweU ... 
Bentham, Fichte, Hutohesoin, Plutar- 
chus. Smith, Whewell. 
Formation of Opinions : Bailey, . .Lewis. 

(Aristotelian and Platonic): ArisMdm, 

(Chinese) : . . . Confboius, Davis. 

History: Cousin, Madnntosk. 

See also Philosophy, Mstafhystob. 


History: Ludolfiu, 

^Ecclesiastical): Oeddes, 
(Commercial): Heeren. 
Travels in : Hoskins, Purduu (vcL % hook 7)» 
WaddingUm...^LATnA, Lepsius. 


as illustrated from the Comparison of Lan- 
guages: Adelwng, Balbi, QaUi, Hervas, 

See also Lanouaob. 

Physical History of Man: Prichard.,, 

See also Physiology (Human), Geo- 
graphy (Physical). 

Etna (Mount) : GhurbiUon, 

Eroir College. 

Acooimt of : . . .Creaqr- 

Laws (XV. Cent.): . . .Heywood (in Addenda). 


History, Language, Literature. &c. : Baiva, 

Betham, Zanxi... Gray. 
Antiquities, Sepulchres^ BranjEee, Vases, 

&c. ; Caylus, 6ray...DemuB, Inghi- 


Euphrates — Navigation of: Chesney. 


HUtory: Alison, Guizot, Koch,Rus9dl(W,), 

Origin of the European nations:... Web- 

during Middle Ages: Dunham, Hallam 
...Digby's Mores, Hallam. 

XV. Ct^tury: Raumtr. 

1548-1607: Thuanus...Avibigiik fm Ad- 

1600-1735: Europe, Siri. 

1713 (since Peace of Utrecht) : iZittsea (/.) 

1768-83: i2at(m€r...Raumer. 

1798-1806: Dohm. 

1789-1815: Alison. 

since 1 880 : Memd. . . Capefigue. 



EJJBOT^,— continued .— 

literary Histoir: JEichhom, ffallam... 
OiiiBse, Schlosser. 
Political System of: GenU, ffeeren. 

See H18TOBT (Universal, Modem). 

Travels: Broum (T.), MUU Ducai...BAj, 
(North) : Barrow (/.) 

EviL» Essays on : ^08anguet...Jenyns. 

ExoHANGB. Tables of Monies, &c. : Vere, 
WetenhaU... KeWy. 
See also, Cubbenct. 

ExcHEQUXB (The). History : Madox, 
Issues of: PdL Recordt, 

ExdSl : Parliament {Rq>orts). 

ExiTKB. The Cathedral : Cathedralt. 

En (The). 

Diseases: TumbuU. 

Cataract: Steventon, 

Near Si^ht, &o.... Cooper. 
Laws of Vision : see Oftios. 

Fables: ^top, Phoedrm, La Poniaine .., 
Avianns, Babrins, Phsdrus. 
(Russian): Kryloff, 
(Arabian): Logman. 

Fabliaux: see Tales. 

Fabmino: see Aobioultube. 


Literary History and Biography: Ckme» 
Kaye... JyM^iTif Oudinus. 

Bibliography: PcU>riciut, Walchiut.., Dow- 
On the right use of: Daille. 

Works of i£e Gr. and Lat. Fathers: Au- 
guttinuSf Beda, Chrytostom, Epifha- 
niuBf Eutdnus Pamphilut, etc. (fi^cr- 
mias, Theodoret and Evagriua), Jaiero- 
nymut, Isidorvs, Jvutinus Martyr, 
Minucius Pelix, TertvUianvs. . . Ambro- 
sius, Cyprianus, Callus, Ignatius, 
Philo Judsus... Hilarius, Irenseus, 
Lactantius, Optatus (in Addenda). 

Collections of their Works, Fragments, 
&c. : Canisius, PcUrum Apottol. Opera 
a CoteleriOf Sirmondi Opera... Actk&rj, 
Gallandius, Mabillon, Martene et 
Durand...Iiumper (in Addenda). 

Fer C^®) • • • 'DurlAcher, Eisenbei^. 


Sellow): OiUkrest. 
[alaria): Armttron^f. 

FINANCE: Macgregor. 

(England): Moreau, Wells. 
The Public Revenues: Davenant, MarthaU, 
Parliament (Beporit), Parndl, Porter, 
See also Fcin)8, National Debt, ExoLAin) 

(France) : see Fbanob. 

(See TbACT SUFPLEMElfT, p. 211). 

Fine Abts: see Abt. 
FnrLAVD — ^Travels: Barrow. 

FmcABK — ObsenratioDB on : Brooke. 
See NoBWAT. 

FiSHEBiBS: Duhamd. 

(British) : ChUty, Monson, Parliament (J^^ 

(Dutch), 1601 : KeymM-. 
(Indian): RoyU. 
YHiale Fishery : 50Oiiei6y...EndeTby. 

Fishes: see Ichthtoloot. 

FiSHnro : see AiroLDro. 


Wars o^ (1580 &c.): BeaUAvogUo, Oimsti' 
mano... Strada. 

Description: Porster. 
Sketches: Prout. 

See Netheblands. 

Flobence: seeTusoAVT. 

Food : see Diet. 

FoBTDnoATioir : see Mhjtabt Abt. 


Oiganic Remains : BuMimd, Cwvier, Par- 
kinson. . . Mantell. 

in Ava : Orawfurd. 

British:... Owen. 

SkuUofanOxatMelksham: Woods. 
Fish: AgasaiZf Egerten. 

Of the Old Red Sandstone :...Agaa8iz. 

Silurian System : Mwxkimm. 

Cephalopoda : . . . Mantell. 

(British) :...Owen. 

of New Zealand : . . .Mantell. 

of the London Clay : . . .Owen. 

Saurians in Sussex: MasUeU. 
The Iguanodon : Mantell. . . Mantell. 
Insects — tiilobites : . . .Buimeister. 
Shells (Subapennine) : Broocki. 
See also Qfoloot. 

FouiiTAiN's Abbey, TorkBhire:...Storer, Wal- 



(Qenebal) : Bowqy^f Crowe, Pramoe, Omtot, 

Mably {(Eumres), Miehelet, MonteO, 

Schmidt, Sismondi, Smedley, Umvers. 

Hist. {Modem, vol. 19-21), VeUy... 

Daniel, France, Meseray, Pasquier, 

Early Chronicles: Pabm, Proissart, Oode- 

firov, Monstrdet...FnDoe (Saint Denis) 

...Auton (in Addenda). 
(Collections): BuAon, Cimber, ChAaoL 
from 1787 to 1830: MontgaHlard. 
Restoration, 1815 to 1880: Oap^/tffue, 

Revolutionary Governments (from 1799}: 


(DiFLOiCATic) : /la«afi...Cape£igue. 

(Dooumentabt) : Prance {DocwnmUs In- 
idits), Moniteur, 
Royal Genealogies: Ansdme. 
— Letters, ko, : Breqmgny, 



PRANCE, Histoiy (Oenenl),— con^'nued;— 

Collections of UiBtorians : Bouquet, 

of Dissertations on Historical Anti- 
quities:... Leber, Michel, 
of Memoirs : 

to xm. Century : Guisoi. 

from Philip Augustus (1180) to 

1600: Petitot. 
Louis XI. to xvni. : Cimber. 
Henry iv. to the Peace of Parisj, 

1768: Petitot. 
On the Revolution: BerviUe. 
(Particular, including Memoirs, Letters, 
&c., illustrative of the diiferent 
[See also in the Catalogue, under the 
names of the Kings.] 
The Gauls: Betham, Bouquet, Thierry, 
Expedition of Attila into Caul : Carmen, 
(752-840), Pepin, Charlemagne, &c. : 

Carilut mttgnut, Egifihard, 
(1364), Charles v. : Pizan, 
(1380-1422), Charles vi. : Saint Denye, 
(1461-83), Louis xi. : Comines, Troyei, 
(1488-98), Charles vni. : Comines. 

— Etats Qeneraux & Tours en 
1484: Maasdin. 

(1498-1515), Louis xn. : Fleurauffe, 
(1515-47), Francis I. : Bellay, Fieurange 

— — Captivity of :...Cham- 

(1559-60), Francis n.: Aube»pine...CBB- 

telnau, Regnier. 
(1560-74), Charles ix. : ... Castelnau, 

(1574-89), Henry m. : Ettoile, ViUeroy 

(1589-1610), HeniT rv. : Angoulemne, 
AnquetU, Birch, Capefigue, Ettoile, 
SuUy, ViUeroy... Bongan, Lefebre. 
(1547-1605), CivUWars, the "Ligue," 
&c., (Henry n. to Henry rv.): An- 
quetU, Capffigu€f Cayet, Colynet, 
Ikivila, Laerttelle, Satyre M6mpp6e 
...Goulart, Matignon. 
(1610-14), Regency of Marie de Medicis: 

Orleantf Pontchartrain. 
(1610-43), Louis xui.: AnquetU, Bos- 
aompierre, Bnenne, Cayet, Chdtre, 
OrUant, Porte, Itichdieu, Sourdii, 
TaUemant, ViUeroy. 
(1643-1715), LouU xiv.: Voltaire (vol. 
17-1 8)... Louis XIV., NoaiUes. 
(Memoirs): Brienne, Chdtre, Choisy, 
Dangeau, Duclot, Fare, OourviUe, 
La Fayette, Limontey, Louie xrv., 
Maintenon, NoaiUee, Porte, Retz, 
Saint-Simon, TaUemant, Vaidt... 
Richelieu (Marechal de), Tess^. 
The Fronde : Sainte-Aulaire, 
Edict of Nantes (Revocation of):... 
Benoit, Rulhidre. 
(1715-22), Regency of the Duke of Or- 
leans : . . . Lemontey . 
(1715-74), Louis xv. : Capedgue, Voltaire 
{vol, 19)...Tocqueville. 
(Memoirs): Dudoe, NoaiUe»...Riche' 
lieu ^Mar^chal de), Tess^... Bar- 
bier (m Addenda). 


FRANCE, Histoiy (Particular),— co)i<tfiiie(l:— 
(1774-93), Louis xvi. :...Soulavie. 
during the Revolution : BouiUS, Ckoi' 
aeul, CUry, Ooguelat, Louie xtl 
(Clary) ... Dros, Georgel, Hue, 
Louis XVI., Moleville. 
Louis xvn. : Dauphin, 
Marie Antoinette: Marie Antoinette, 
(1789), The Revolution : Alison, BueheM, 
Carlyle, Lacretdle, Luchet, Mignet, 
Montgaillard, Prudhomme, RaJbasU, 
Smyth, Thiers, Wach9muth...Qonsia, 
Micheiet, Montgaillard, Niebubr. 
Legislative Assemblies, Conventton^ 
&c. : Buchez, Dm/i'.nt, Ludtet, 
MaiUane, Thibaudeau, 
The Girondists : . . .Lamartine. 
The Jacobins: Barruel. 
Memoirs on the Revolution: AbranUs, 
Adolphus, Angouleme, BaiUy, 
Barharoux, Besenral, BouilU, 
DusauLr, Hardenberg, MortlUt, 
Puisaye, Roland. 
(Collection of) : BerriUe. 
Wars of the Revolution: Jomini, and 
Military Histort (1792-1816). 

Wars in the Vendue : see Y kndu (The). 
Political Works on the Causes of the 
Revolution: Burke, Fausse-Lendry, 
France (Domest. Anec.), Mackintosh, 
Maistre, Monti,. Moore (roL i), 
Necker (vol. 9), Stagl...UmUuai. 
The Consulate and Empire: Abraniis, 
Bourrienne, Oourgaud, Montholon, 
Rovigo, Thibaudeau, Thiers... Iscn' 
telle, Thiers. 
See also Nafolbon. 
The Restoration to 1830 : Capefigue, La- 

Louis Philippe: ...Blanc, Capefigue, 
Chaudey, Cormenin, Revue Retro- 
spective... La Hodde (in Addenda). 
Revolution, 1848:... Blanc, Brougham, 
Dunoyer, France, GiranUn, 
Guixot^ Joumaux Rouffes, Kelly, 
Lamartine, Recrnault, Stern. 
See SocLALiSM and Labour. 
GsooRAPHT of Ancient Gaul : . . .Leber (vol. 2), 

Travels and Descriptions: Frtmce (Guide 
PiUor.), Forster, Lemaistre, Manners, 
Merimie, Moore (J.) (vol. 3), Northlei^ 
Pinkerton (vol. 4), Skippon, Weatherhead, 
Toung... Scholz. 
Antiquities: MiUin, Montfaucon...JA Saa- 
vagdre, Willemin. 
Poitou : . . . Giraudeau. 
Vaucluse: Paezis, 
See also Paris. 
Laws: Baluzius, France (page 120), (Him... 
France, Leber (vol. 4). 
(Criminal, &c.), 1842:...Guerry. 
(Ecclesiastical) : . . .Pi thou. 
Reformed Churches : Quick, 
The Concordat of 1801 :...Portalis. 
Finances: Necker ((7«vre«)...Forbonnois, 

Turgot (QSuvres). 
Statistics (Moral and Commercial) : Dunin, 
Guerry, ViUeneure. . . Audiganne,Lovelaoe. 
B B 



TKkVCE,— continued ;— 

See Trantactions {p. 314). 

(See Tract Catalogue, page 428, and 

Supplement, page 218-15.) 
See BuBouNDY, Bbitant, Normandy. 

Free Masonry: Halliwdl, ilobison. 

Free Will: Edwards. 

Funds (The) and Funding System: Fidd... 

Cobbett, M'Gullooh. 
Variations in: VcmtommeTf Walker .. 

Sinking Fund : Lauderdale. 

See Finance, National Debt. 

Fob Trade, (North American): Mackemie... 

Future State: CourtefMy, Taylor (/.) 

GALLERIES: Florence ...^uaeo Borbonioo, 
Museo Capitolino, Museum Floren- 
(Valeria Famesiana: Carracci, Raphael. 
Sacellum .£diB CryptoferrateDsis : Do- 

Muaeo Pio Clementino e Chiaramonti: 

Muaeo Worsleiano : . . . V isconti. 
Museum Dianeianum : . . .Disney. 
Louvre and Tuilleries : Tuilleries. 
Catalogues, &c. of: Dresden, FcKh, Florence, 
Orleans, Speck. 
Christiansborg : Spengler. 
Brussels : . . . Nieuwenhuys. 
England: British Institution, Jameson... 
Catalogues (p. 81), Jameson, Passavant. 
National Gallery : . . . Womum. 

Games: see Sports. 

GARDENING: Agricola, Ballaway, Danain, 
Evelyn's Miscell. Writ., Whatdy . . .Iawwh. 
Dictionaries: Loudon, Miller... Bon. 
See Botany. 
Gardner (Barony of) : Le Marchant. 
Garter (Order of the) : AshmoU, BeUz. 

Gazetteers: see Dictionaries (Geographical), 

and England (Topography). 
Gaul : see France. 

Gems (Ancient) : A ugustinus . . . Marlborough, 
Museimi Florentinum (vol. 1-2). 
See also Antiquities. 

GENEALOGY— Atlas: Lavoime. 

Royal Genealogies: Anderson, Betham... 
Yiton de St. Allais. 

of England: Sandford...hoDg. 

of France: Anselme. 
Landed Gentry:... Burke. 

Hampshire Families : . . . Berry. 

Kentish Families:... Berry. 

Sussex Families : . . . Berry. 
Accounts of, and ProceedingB relative to, 
particular Peerages and Families. 

Berkelev Peerage : Berkeley. 

Echyngham Family : . . . Hall. 

Gardner Barony : Le Marchant. 

Grosvenor (Sir R.) : Scrope. 

Gwydir Family: Wynn. 

Hastings Family: BtU. 

Huntingdon Peerage : Bell, 

Genealogy, Aoooimts of, and Prooeedingiy Ac, 
— coiUmued: — 

lisle Barony:... Nicolas. 
OfflevB of Norton : Hunter. 
Salisbuiy Family : Bowles. 
Scrope <^ Bolton : Scrope. 
Stanley Family : Ormerod. 
Baronies by Writ:... Collins... Banks (in 

See also Heraldry, Peerage. 

Genoa — Descriptions: Cfauthier. 
Works of Art in:...Ratti. 


Journals: Ferusaac, Transactions (Geo- 

ffraphical Journal). 
Dictionaries: MaccuUoch, Edinhmrgk Ga- 
Treatises on: Aboulfidd, Balbi, MaUebrun, 
Bitter... Htles, Manxes. 
(Ancient): Cluverius, irAnvilU, EUd- 
yard, Pomponius Mela, iSitra6o...Cel- 
lariuai, Pomponius Mela, Ptolemsua, 
On Ancient Systems: BenneU, Vkeri... 
Forbiger, Gossellin. 
Ronuui: Burton, PeuHngerus, St^pka- 
nus Byzant. . . .Itineraria. . .Beigier 
(m Addenda). 
(Eastern): Ahou'lfidd, Hamilton (W.), 

Sddik Isfahdni, WiUiams. 
(American): Alcedo. 
(Mediieval), Atlas :...l^runer. 
(Physical): /'or8eer...Humboldt> Somer- 
Atlas : . . .Johnston. 

See also Meteorology. 

Introductions, Elements, Theories, Ac: 
BibUcus Delvinus, Brande, Be la 
Beche, Oreenougk, Lyell, Mantdl... 
Geology, Mantel], Trebra. 

See also Geography (Physical). 
History : . . .Ramsay. 

in EngUnd : FUton. 
Journals: Firussac, Transactions {Geolog. 

Society. . . Quarterly Journal). 
Structure of the Globe, Theoir of the 
Earth, &c. : Brongniari, Buddcmd, 
Evelyn, Howard {P.), Hutton, Pom, 
Turner (iS.)...Bosaj3quet, Creation. 
Mosaic Theory: Bwmet {T.), CodAum, 

Penn, Swmner, Turner (S.) 
Rocks: jielaBede. 
Yolcanoes : Daubeny, Scrope. . .Danheny. 
Silurian System : Murchison. 

Fossil Remains : see Fossils. 

See Mineralogy, Mines. 
Local Geology. 

England and Wales: Conybeare, 
Map: Oreenougk, 
(North), The Lakes:... Lakes. 
(West), N. Wales, Shropshire, Heralbnl, 
&c. (the ^urian Syitcan): Mur- 
chison. . . Murchison. 
Cheltenham: Murchison... MwKbuoia. 
(South- West), ComwaU, Devon, and 
Someriet: DelaBecke. 
ComwaU: GUbert (Boose)... llrutilason. 



GEOLOGY, hooAL,— continued:'- 
(South-East) : FitUm, Mantell. 
Isle of Wight: EngUfield... T'ltton. 
Surrey: Mantell.. Mfkntel]. 
Sussex: Fitton, Mantell. 

Ashby Goal Field : Mammatt. 
Scotland — Hebrides : . . .Forbes, Maoculloch. 
Ireland: Hamilton, Port/oci;... Hamilton. 

Russia : . . . Murchison. 
Sweden : . . . Murchison . 
France — ^Auvergne: Forhet. 

Puy en Yelay : Berirand-Roux, 
Sicily : . . .Daubeny. 
Spain — Granada: Silvertop. 
Portugal — the Tagus : . . .Smith. 
Asia: Humboldt. 

Dukhun: Syhes. 
Australia: Fitton. 
America : . . . Featherstonhaugh. Lyell. 

Gbometbt : Detcartet (vol. 5), Euclid, Hamilton, 
Pculey, Wedgwood. 
Conic Sections: Bridge, Hamilton, Padev 

...Wallis(vol. 1). 
Properties of tne Ellipse : Somertet. 
Equation of a Curve : . . . Whewell. 

See also Mathematics, Tbioonometrt. 

Gboboia — Travels : . . .Porter. 


History : Hawkins, Pfitter, SchHter, 
Schmidt, Struvius, Univ. Hist. {Mo- 
dem, vol. 25-7, and 32)...Luden. 
(Early): Greenwood, SchUter, Stritterut. 
Merovingian Kings, (751) : Mascou. 
The Hohenstaufen (1100-1300): Raumer. 
The Germanic Empire (8U-1806): 
Dunham, Voltaire {vol. 22)... Butler. 
Charles v. : Robertson {vol. 8-5), 
1806-1830: BUlau. 
History of Swabia : Pfister. 
Scriptores Rerum Germanicarum: Pertz, 
Struvius . . . Freherus, Heineccius, 
Lindenbrogius, Pistorius, Schardius, 
Urstisius, Wegelinus . . . Goldastus, 
Meibomius (in Addenda). 

See also Austria, Prussia, Saxont. 

Travels and Descriptions: Hawkins, James, 
Planchi, Russell, ^ScAuZ^... Perceval, 
Ray, Sherer, Yamhagen. 
Yiews: Prout. 
Antiquities — ^Teutonic : Schilter. 
See Transactions {page 315). 

Gibraltar — ^Accounts: Clarke {C), Lopez de 

Siege of:...Drinkwater. 
The Straits of: James {T.) 

Giotto's Chafkl at Padua : Calcott. 

Girondists (The) — History : . . . Lamartine. 

Glaciers: .i^roMtz... Forbes, Whewell. 

Glass : see Painting on Glass. 

Manufactures : . . . Pellatt (in Addenda). 

Glastonburt — History and Antiquities : 
Hearne {Domerham, Johann. Gleuton.) 

Glossary: see Dictionaries. 

Glouorstershibe — History and Topography: 
Atkyns, Olocestriensia. 

Gloucestershire, History, &c. — continued: — 
The Cathedral : Cathedrals. 
Redcliffe Church: Bristol. 
Berkeley Castle and Parish : Fosbroke. 

Gnostics— History: Matter. 


Works on: Davenant, Hobbes^ Works, 

Machiarelli (r-ol. 1), Mill. 
(Republican) : CavcUcanti, Cicero, Harring- 
ton, Hobbes {vol. 3), More*s Utopia, 
(Church) : see Church and Law (Canon). 
Constitution and Government of England : 
Bacon {N.), De Lolme, D'/sraeli, 
HaUam, Hargrave, Park, Smith {T.) 
History: Hallam, RusseU (/.) 
Time of the Norman Conquest : Phillips, 
Succession to the Crown: Delsmafn, 

See also xmder Law. 
Grammar : see Language. 
Granada : see Spain. 

Grantham, Lincolnshire — History : HowUU 


Great Britain : see England. 



(Ancient): Herodotus, Xemophcn {vol. 1)... 
Herodotus. — Clinton, Greece, Heeren, 
Mitford, MuUcr, ThiHwaU, Univers. 
Hist. {Ancient, vol. 5-8), Wachsmuth... 
Grote, 11iirlwall...Mure (in Addeiula). 
Peloponnesian War; Hobbes {vol, 8-9), 

Thucydides. . .Thucydides. 
xmder the Romans : Finlay. 
Antiquities (Historical): Potter, Smith 

(W.), Wachsmuth. 
Manners and Customs : ^om... Becker. 
(Modem): Carrel, Or^... Coronelli. 
The Revolution : Leake, Sheridan, 
Travels and Descriptions : 

(Ancient): BarUUUmy, Cramer, Pausanitu 

(Modem): Bun/ess, Chandler, DodweU, 
Grtecf {Conder), Hughes, Leake, Spon, 
Waddington ... Choiseul-Gk>umer, 
Forchhammer, Gell, Girandeau. 
The Morea: Giffard, Leake. 
Elis and Olympia:... Stanhope. 
The Greek Islands: Aulcfjo. 
Antiquities: Caylus, D'Hancarville, 
of the Morea : Mor4e. 
Pela8gic Remains : DodweU. 
Monument d'Eubulidds : Ross, 
Yiews in : DodweU. 

See also Art and ANTiQUinES. 

See Athens, Ionian Islands. 

The Greek Church : WaddingUm, 
In Russia : . . . King. 

Greenland — YoyagesandDescriptioni: Egede, 
See Arctic Regions. 


History, Statistical and Commercial: 



GuATOfALA, History, — continued: — 

of Niotragaa : VaUUs, 
Descriptioiui : Thompton, 

Ruins of a City in : Dd Rio. 
See also America (Central). 
OuniNSET — History:... Berry (in Addenda). 

Criminal Law of :... Criminal Code. 
Guiana Qn S. America) — Description: Schom- 


Bngland: Mogg, Paterson. 

£ondon: Z«^A... Cunningham, London. 
Lreland : . . . Handbook. 
Continental: Mwrraift Handbooks, Starke 

America : . . . NewhalL 
Australia: Bright. 

Travellers' Manuals : GenUs. . .Courty. 
See Mineral WATERa 
Handbooks of Art: see Paintino and 
Guinea : see Africa (Western). 
GujERAT : see India. 
GWTDIB Faxilt : see Wynn. 

Hamburg: ITam^r^r... Lambecius. 
Hampden Controversy :... Christmas, Creasy. 
(See also Tract Supplement, p. 219.) 


Descriptions: Gilpin... QiXpm, 
Winchester: Milner, 
Selbome: WhiU. 
Pedigrees : . . .Berry. 

HAXP8TBAD — Wells: Soame, 

Hand (The) : BeU {Sir a)...Eisenberg. 

Handbooks : see Guides. 

Hannibal — Passage of the Alps : see Alps. 

Harvard Universitt — History : . . .Quincy. 

Habybt — Orationes Harveianse: (1841) Mayo 
...(1846) EUiotson, (1848) Hawkins. 

Hastinos' (Warren) Trial : Burke's Works. 

Hashnos (The Family of)— Histoiy: BeU 

(ff. N.) 
Hatfield House — Plan and Views : Robinson. 

Hatti, or St. Domingo— Descriptions : Candler, 

Hebrews : see Jews. 

Hebrides — ^Tours : Johnson (Boswell), Pennant. 

Descriptions: ^arttn...Macculloch. 
Antiquities of lona : . . . Graham. 

See Scotland. 
Hinoravb (Suffolk) — History of: Oage. 


Dictionaries, Treatises, &c. : Berry, Burke, 
Bdmondson, OwilUm, Nares, Spenerus, 
Vulson . . . Fauohet. 
Heraldic Terms: OwiUim (Coates). 

Titles of Honour, Origin of Dignities, 
Arms, &c. 
(British): Beatson, Betham, Burke, 
Cruise^ Lawrence, Madox, Monde- 
rille, Selden {vol. 3), Precedence. 
Land Honours and Baronies: Madox 
...Collins... Banks (in Addenda). 

HERALDRY, Titles, Ac. (British),— coirtifHierf.— 
Catalogue of Nobility : DugddU, Vin- 
History of British Commoners : Burke 
Heralds* Visitations. 
Huntingdon : . . .Ellis. 
Middlesex: PhilUpps. 
Index to Heralds' Visitations:... Sims. 
Orders of Knighthood, &c. 

^British): Noble, Toumsend... VkoIbs. 
Order of the Garter: Ashmole, Beltz. 
St. Patrick: Betham. 
The Guelphs of Hanover : . . .Nicolas. 
Medals, Crosse, &c.... Nicolas. 
History of the CoUege of Arms : Noble. 

See also Genealogy, Peerage. 

Herculaneum — Antiqu i ties : Varcki . . . Hercu- 
laneum, Museo Borbonioo. 

Herefordshire — History and Antiquities:... 

Words used in : Glossary. 

Heretics — History of: Lardnev's Works. 


History and Topography: Chauney, CUit- 
St. Alban*s Abbey : Cathedrals. 
Hatfield House : jRo6tfisofi. 

Egyptian, &c. : Burton, CfutmpoUion, 
Hammer, HorapoUo, Landseer, Lep- 
sius, Mycerinus, Pauthier, Prtekatd, 
Foun^... Astle, Salt, Spineto. 
Chaldean: Landseer. 

See Language. 

See also Egypt (Antiquities and Descrip- 

Himalaya Mountains: Eraser, Mooreroft. 

HiNDOSTAN : see India. 


On the Study of, &c. : Dufresnoy, Green- 

tDood, Mably {(Euvres)... 'Sicoha. 
Historical Dictionaries: see Dictionaries 
(Historical), and Biography (Dic- 
Universal : Batly, Blair, Bolingbroke {vol, 4.), 
Bossuet, Dunbar, Heame, Keightley, 
Ralegh, Rotteck, Schlegel, Tytler, Uni- 
versal History, Vincent, Volney {vol. 7)... 

Tables of: Buret, Lavoisne. 
Ancient: Diodorus, Justinus, Malalas, 
Polybius... Folyhiwi, Solinus. — ^Byzan- 
tine Historians, Bossuet {vol. 85), 
Drummond, Heeren, Ralegh {roL 2-7)* 
Universal, Voimey {vol. 1, and vol, 
5-6)...Kenrick, Niebuhr, RoUin. 
its Connexion with Sacred History : Pri- 
deaux, Russell, Shuckford, Turner, 
Modern : Annuaire Hist., A nnual Register, 
Historical Register, Zencr... Schlosser. 
xvm. Century: Xcim^fy...Schlo6ser. 
Lectures on: Arnold, Smyth... JSlernxDMH, 
See also under Europe. 
See Chronology. 
of Qvilintion : Qwuot. . .Giiixot> Macgregor. 



HISTORY, VmvwB&AL,—^(mHwued:—' 

(Eoclesiastioal) : see Chribtianitt. 
(Literary) : see Litekatube. 
(Military) : see Militabt. 
(Naval) : see Navy. 

History: Univ. Hist, {Modem, vol. 27-8.) 
Tours and Descriptions : Fortter, Holland, 

Rtynolda {vol. 2)...Brereton, Peroeval. 

See Nethsrlands. 

Holt Land : see PALEsmnE. 

Hom(EOPatht: Dunsford. 

Hobse (The) :...Yoiiatt. 

Hospitals — Lazarettos: Howard. 

Huguenots: History during xvi. Centuiy: 

Hungary : Hohcneger, Moknike, SUchenyi, 

History : . . .Schwandtnerus. 

Travels and Descriptions : Bright, Pardoc, 
Huns (The)— History : Dt Guignea. 

HuNTERTAN ORATIONS: 1838, Troners; 1889, 
Stanley; 1840, Green ;...lSi6, Lawrence; 
1849, Hawkins. 

Hunting: 0;>puzniM...Markham. 

Huntingdon — Heraldic Yiaitation:... Ellis. 

Huntingdon Peerage : Bell {H. N). 

Husbandry : see Agriculture. 

Hussites (The) — History of: Lenfant. 

Htdrauucs: Beaufoy, Belidor. 

Hydropathy, or Cold Water Cure : Claridge, 
Wilton. . .Bushnan. 

Hydrostatics: Ferguson, Whewell..Moaelej, 


History : Jotuu, Scripta. 
Travels and Descriptions: Barrow, Hen- 
derson, Hooker, Macketizie, 

Ichthyology: Buffon (Lacepide), Cuvter, Du- 

(British): FarreM... Alder, Forbes. 
(Indian) — Ceylon: Bennett. 

of Dukhun: Sykes. 
The Conger Eel:...Prevo8t. 
Fossil Fuh : see Fossils. 

Idolatry: see Mythology. 



Ancient: Anriantu, Afatirice. 

(Commercial) : Heeren, Bobertson {vol. 8), 
General (Hindoo and Mahomedan) : Dow, 
Elpkinttone, Maffei, Mav/rice. 
before Mahomedan Invasion : Sykes. 
Mahomedan or Mosul Empire: DeOuignes, 
Univ. Hist, {modem, vol. 4-6). 
its foundation :...Baber'8 Memoirs, 
to Akbar and Jehanguire (1615): Fe- 

rishta, Price. 
temp. Aurungzebe (1660-1707): Dow, 

(1700-1800): Briggs. 
European Establishments in : Raynal, Univ. 

Hist. {Modem, vol. 8-9). 
Portuguese Empire in : Camoens. 
British Empire in: Gleig, Malcolm, MiU, 
TAomtof»...MacFarlaiie, Mill. 

INDIA, History (British Empire), — amtinued: — 

1746-61: Orme. 

1784-1823: Malcolm. 

1799-1808: Asiatic Annwd Begitier, 

1800, &c. : Mahratta War, &c. : WdUsley, 

under Marquess of Hastings (1813-18) 

See also Militaby Histoby. 

Punjab (The). 
Sikh Power :...HiigeL Prinsep, Shahamat 
Cutch: Bumes. 
Gujerat: Bird. 
Rajpoot States: Tod. 
Deccan, or Central India : Maiedhn. 
(South) : 

Mysore: Michctud. 
Hydur AH and Tipu Sultan :... Miles. 
The East India Company : Morea/u, ParUa- 
ment imports). 
Laws relating to: India, 

(French) : . . . Aguesseau (vol. 10), Buny. 
Travels and Descriptions : Bacon (T.), Bemier, 
Federmcmn, Hakluyt {vol. 2 cmd 5),PiMr' 
ton {vol. 8), Purchas {vol. 1, book 4-5), 
Skinner, KoZenfia... Hoffineister, Yalle... 
Herbert (in Addenda). 
Early Voyages : Vincent. 
(North) : 
Punjab and Himalayan Provinces: 
Frtuer, Moorcroft...'EugeA, Manon, 
Mooltan, Steinbach, Yigne. 
Sinde: Bumes, Pottinger. 
Upper Provinces : Forster, Heber, 
(Central) : 

The Mahrattas : . . .Broughton. 
(South): HdHtr. 
Mysore, Malabar, &c. :... Buchanan. 
Antiquities: Maurice. 
Manners and Customs : . . . Adand. 
Scenery, Costumes, &c. : Grindlay. 
Statistics, Geography, &c. : BjOmt^jema, 
Hamilton, Boyle, Thornton. 
The Deccan : Sykes. 
Gujerat: Bird. 
Geography: Hamilton. Renndl. 
Sailing Directory : . . .Horsburgh. 
Steam Commxmication : Steam, 
Overland Route :...StaveIey. 
Trade with England : Mun, 
Land Tax : Bnggs. 

Religion, Superstitions, &c. 

St^ under Mythology (Hindu). 
See Transections, p. 313. 

(See Tract Catalogue, p. 439, and Sufplb- 
ment, p. 223). 

See Afghanistan, Ceylon. 
Trans-Gangetic : see Burmese Empibb, Sl4M, 

The East India Islands. 

History: Crawfurd, HamiUan, 

Voyages to: AaUy {vol. 1), HaJdujfi {yd. 
5), Pinkertcn {vol, 11)... Jukes. 

Dutch Establishments in — History :...Dii 

Mindanao, lolo, &c. : Combes. 

Pelew Islands : Keate. 

Sumatra — History: Marsden. 

Java — History: Baffles. 



INDIA, East Ikdia Islands, — conHnved: — 

Borneo:... Borneo, Keppel, Mundy. 
(See Tract Cataloouk, p. 414). 

Indiak Ocban . 

Navigation of : . . . Horsburgfa. 

by the Ancients : Nearchus, Vincent. 
CairentB of: JUnnell. 

Ikdians (North American) : see Amkrioa. 

Inflammation — Physiology of: Travert. 

Inquisition (The Spanish): Mautre, PtUgblanch. 


Insanitt: Fortter, Ldut... ConoUy, Esquirol. 
on the Plea of, in Criminal Cases : Wint- 

Lunatic Asylums : (/Aarce2^y...Conolly. 

Collections of, with Descriptions. 
Arabic: Chwry, 6frey...Hogg. 
Egyptian : see Hikroolyphios. 
Greek and Latin in Egypt: Letrcnne, 
• Greek: Boeckh, Xe^(mn«...Bangab6, Rose. 
Latin : Oerrard, Grcevius, Oruterut, Le- 
troTme, MorceUus, Muratori, OreUiua 
...Visconti, Wordsworth. 
Mediaeval and Northern : . . . Anckelmannus. 
Enfflish — Monumental : Wtevtr, 
See Marblks. 

Insbots (Natural History of) : see Entomoloot. 
Inburancb : . . . Insurance Companies. 
(Marine): Park. 
See also Assurance (Life). 

Interest: Baily, Hardy. 

Inventions and Discoveries — History: Beck- 
man, Buret, Pancirollus...Deioe. 

lONA — ^Antiquities : . . .Graham. 

Ionian Islands : Oijfard. . . Lee. 


History, Ancient: Grace, Moore, 0* Conor, 
(y Flaherty, Ware ... Clyn, Ireland, 
since the Conquest by Henry n. : Cam- 
den, Cox, II olinshed, Ireland, Ldand, 
Moore, Mtugrave, Univ. Hitt. (Mo- 
dem, vol. 42), Wakefield... CuTTj, 
temp. Elizabeth : Spenter (vol. 8). 
Rebellion, 1641-60: Clarendon, Temple, 
1798: Cloney, Temple. 
See also Aylofe, Boulter, Dariet, Petty. 
Historical Antiquities: Betham, Clanri- 

carde, Gvich, Milner, Ware. 
(Ecclesiastical): Collier, Lanigan.,M»sit, 
Irish Bishops : Ware. 
Irish Church Question : Z^trit... Smith. 
See... Parliament, Songs. 
Topography and Descriptions : Barrow, 
Beeverell, Dymmok, Oiraldut, Grote, 
Kingdey, Noel, Payne, Pinkerton 
(vol. 3), FbuTi^... Brewer, Kingsley, 
Dictionaries: Carlisle, Oorton. 
The Round Towers :...Petrie. 
Statistios, Political Accounts, &c.: Bea/u- 

IRELAND, Statistics, iLc.,—c<»Uinued:— 

numt, Bicheno, Doyle, Kendall, Law- 
rence, Leahy, Lewii, Martin, Morean, 
Page, Sadler, Smyth, WUdwcMt ... 
Caird, Foster, Greville, Ireland, Kane, 
Manners, Smith. 

Inland Navigation : Williams. 

Absenteeism: M organ... Yenikssr. 
(See Tract Catalogue, p. 440-4, and 
Supplement, p. 224-7.) 

Irish Archjeolooical Societt — Publications : 


Bamquet of Dun Na N-Gedh Donovan. 

CormaoanEigecu, Circuit of Ireland Donovan. 

Dymmok, Trtatite of Ireland Butler. 

Oraee, Annalet Hibernioe Butler. 

Mvltifeman Awiudi Smith. 

^Donovan's Trtbn of QKeUy't 

Payn^9DeacriptionqfIreland,15S9 Smith. 

Statute qf £dw. in Hardiman. 

(In Supplement.) 

Clyn and Dowling Annals Butler. 

Church, Dublin. 

Hy-fiachrach, or O'Dowda's Coun- 
try 0*Donovan. 

Nennius' Chronicle, Irish Version Herbert. 

O'Flaherty's West Connaught ... Hardiman. 

Iron and Steel — Papers on :...Mushet. 

Iron Mask (The Prisoner called the) — History: 
Dover... Craufiird, St. Mihiel.. 

Isinglass — Production of, in India : RoyU. 


History (General): Botta, Denina, Guie- 

ciardini, Leo, Muratori, Univ. Hid. 

(^odem, vol. 22-8)...Italy (Archivio), 

Mariotti, Saint- Marc. 

Ancient Inhabitants: Campanoari, Mi- 

Mediaeval Republics: Muratori, Sis- 

under Napoleon : Botta. 
(Literary) : see Literature (Italy). 
Historical Antiquities : Lami, Muratori. 

See also Antiquities. 
Travels and Descriptions: Beckford, BeU, 
Burnet, Chastre, CluUeaurieux, Conder, 
Cramer, Eustace, Forsyth, Hoare, 
Linton, Moore {vol. 2), Pinkerton (vol. 
5), Rose, Spon, Valery, Venice, Wea- 
therhead...QinxLde»XL, Whitedde. 

Pelasgic Remains in : Dodwdl. 
Magna Grscia:...Wilkin8. 
The City of the Aurunci:...Daubeny. 
Geography and Climate. 

(Ancient): C/tfr0rtfw...Rothman,Walcke- 
Antiquities : see Antiquities, Art, &c 
Frescoes of Churches and Palaces in:... 
Giotto's Chapel : Calcott. 
See also Naples, PnmiroNT, PoMPEn, 
Rome, Sardinia, Sictlt, Tuscany, 
(Ancient) : see Etruria, Romk 
(See Tract Sufflemknt, p. 227.) 



Jacobinism — Histoid: Barrvd, 
See Fbance (Revolution). 

Jamaica — History : Long (E.) 
Natural History : Sloane. 
Deportation of Lecesne and Escoffeiy from : 

See West Indies. 

Japan — History: Kcempfery Tittingh, 
Descriptions: Pxnkerton (vol. 7). 

Java — History: Raffles. 

JiBSET — ^Descriptions : Hooper. . . Falle. 

See... Criminal Code. 


Travels and Descriptions: Chateavhriand 
{vol. 8-9), Menniher, Hogg, Maun- 
History of the Temple : Reynolds. 
Church of the Holy Sepulchre:... Willis. 

See Palestine. 

Jesuits (The). 

History : . . . Cretineau-Joly, Ravignan. 
their Fall in the 18th Centurjr: lyAletn- 

bert {vol. 5)...Craufurd, Samt Priest. 
Biography (British) :... Oliver. 


History — see Bible (History of), John, 

Joaephtu, Lewie, MUman, Prideaux, 

Ruuell, ^uckford, Universal Hist, 

{vol. 2-8)... Newman. 

under Roman Dominion:... Salvador. 

from the time of Our Saviour : BcLsnagt. 

See also Ben Israel, Brett, Norris. . .Prynne. 
Views of Judaism : Adam, D* Israeli, Gres- 

Removal of Jewish Disabilities : (see Tract 
Supplement, page 228.) 
Jurisprudence : see Law. 

Kamtchatka — Travels: Cochrane. 


Topography and History: Hcuted, Smith 
{J. R.), Streatfeild...Qi[^m. 
Roman Antiquities : Somner. 
Pedigrees : . . .Berry. 
Hus^mdry : . . . Markham. 
Maidstone, Charters, &;c. of:... James. 
Tunbridge Wells: Britten. 

See Canterburt. 


Kingly Office and Right of Succession : 

Royal Supremacy :...Pusey (in Addenda), 

and Tracts (Ath. Coll. vol 805). 
Royal Prerogative : Allen, 
in Scotland: Buchanan. 

See Coronation. 
KissnroEN — On its Sources, ftc. :...Oranville. 

Knighthood — History: Mills. 

See Heraldry. 
KOORDISTAN, Residence in : . . .Rich. 

Labour — Organization and Right of:... Ban- 
field, Blanc, Chevalier, Du&ure, Dupin, 
Faucher, France (page 62), Qirardin, 
Lamartine, Proudhon, Thiers, Thomas. 

See Socialism. 

Labouring Classes — History: Eden, 

Condition and Claims:... Chevalier, Helps, 

(See Tract Supplement, page 229.) 

Lakes (The): Oilpin, Leigh... lakea, 

Lancashire — Historr and Antiquities: Gregson. 
Manchester: Whitaker, 
Whalley, Clitheroe, and Cartmell : Whi- 

LANQUAQE (including Grammars). 

Dictionaries of: see DicnoNARiss. 

Works on Universal Grammar, and th« 
Origin of Language: Addwng, Feam, 
OeUlin {MoiuU Primitif, vol. 8-4), 
Harrises Works, Hermann, Monboddo, 
Smart, Tocike, Wilkins ... Grammar, 
Schlegel, Wel8ford...Gilbart, Hugo (m 

Comparative Tables and (Grammars : Ade- 
Itmg, Balbi, Bopp, Bosworth, GaJUi, 
Hervas, Humboldt, Marsden... Boipp. 
European: Jfurray...Biondelli. 

See also Ethnography. 

Words (on the Senses of) : Alciaius, FitM- 

gerald, Pompeius, Potter, 
Ancient Alphabeits : Hammer, 
On Punctuation : . . .Day. 


Dissertations, &c on: i?ieAar«2icm...Dayidii^ 

Richardson, Schlegel. WahL 
The European Alphabet applied to : 
Volney {vol. 8) ... Marsden (in Ad- 
Hebrew : Bate, Volney {vol. 8). 

Grammar : Marcus, Philippe . . . Alpha- 
Arabic :...Assaad. 

Grammar : Sacy, Volney {vol, 8). 
Remains of, in Danish and Portuguese : 
Persian — Grammars: Ibraheem, Jones {W,) 
{vol. 2). 
Zend — Grammar: Bopp, 
Armenian — Grammar : . . . Aubher ^ Ad- 
Tartar: Remusat,. 
Turkish — Grammar : . . .Davids. 
Sanscrit: Adelung. 

Grammar: Bopp, Wilkins, Wilson, 
Hindu — ^Alphabets: Harkness, 
Bengali — Grammar: Houghton, 
East Indies:... Marsden (in Addenda). 

Kawi Language of Java : Humboldt { W,) 
Chinese: ... Bric^;man, Callery, Davis, 

Australian — Dialects: Orey, 

Grammar: ThreUceld. 
Polynesian : . . .Belcher. 

Egyptian — Grammar : Champollum, Tat' 
Greco-Egyptian Papyrus: Reucens. 
Ancient E^ptian Texts : SalvolinL 
Abyssinian — ^The Aboriginal Tribcm : Salt, 
Sahara (Desert of) — ^Touarick and Gha- 
damsi : . . .Richardson. 
Greek: Critical Works: Budcnu, Butlman/nt 



LANGUAGE (EvBOnA:s),— continued:^ 

Donaldson . . . PhrynichuB . . . Donaldson 
and Mure (in Addenda). 
Grammars: Bopp, Fabritiiu, Pitcher, 
QrcBccBf AfoMAu?. . . Amerotius, Lobeck. 
Metres: Brcwe, TaJte. 
Pronunciation: Pennington. 
Romaic, or Modem Greek — Granmiars: 

Hartf Lowndes... hMcariB. 
Latin :...Pompeiu8, Donaldson, Key. 
Grammars: Bopp, Scheller, Zumpt. 
Metres: Hermann. 

Pronunciation of the Romans :...DreBs- 
Etruscan: Bava, Land. 
Italian: Bembo (vol. 10-12), Cinonio, Vene- 
roni... Hemao. 
Tuscan: BwomnuUtei. 
Corsican : Benson (R.) 
Spanish: Aldrete, Gramatica. 

Alphabet of the Primitive Language... 

" Letras Desconocidas": . . .Velazquez. 
Remains of Arabic in : Weston. 
Portuguese — Grammar : . . . Vieyra. 
Remains of Arabic in : Weston. 
Romance: Lewis, Raynouard. 
Proven9al: Schlegel. 
Patois of Montpellier :...Tandon. 
Norman French — Trouvdres of the 12th 

Oentury : . . .Raynouard. 
French: ^arftcuan... Leber (vol. 14). 
Grammar: Oirault-Durivier, Levizac. 
Pronunciation: Thierry. 
Synonymes: Jtoubaud... Qmzot. 
Celtic : Bullet, Davies. 
Lish: Connellan. 
Early British : Lhuyd. 
Anglo-Saxon — Grammars : Bosworth, /u- 

nius, Mask, Saxon. 
English — History : Chambers, Ellis's Speci- 
mens... lAtham. 
Grammars : Murray, Smart . . . Cobbett, 

Latham, Lowth. 
Critical and Etymological Works : Peam, 
Jtidiardson, TeUbot, Thomson... TaX- 
bot, Welsford. 
The English Verb:...Pickboum. 
S3monyme8:...Crabb, Taylor (W.) 
Popular Phrases : Ker. 
Provincialisms; Orose. 
Herefordshire: Glossary. 
Scandinavian: Jlickes. 
Gothic — Grammar: Bopp. 
German — History : . . . Grimm. 

Grammars: Bopp, Orimm, Noehden, 
TroppanegeVy fFe0ton...Boileau, Heil- 
ner, Troppaneger... Becker (in Ad- 
German-English Analogies : . . .Thomson. 
Connexion of the Germanic Tongues: 
Lapponic: Ihre. 
Livonian : . . .Parrot. 
Hungarian: Bowring. 

Indians (Chippeway) : MacKenney. 
See also DicrnoNARiBS, Hiebooltfrics, 


Languxdoc, Remarks on : Boddington, 
Lapland — Travels: Brooke, 


See also Legislation. 

Principles of Jurisprudence : AusHn, Meijer, 

^Grecian) : Butler (C.) 
(Roman or Civil) : Ulpianus, TheodotiiMus, 
Juaiinianus. — Butler (C), Bynher- 
slioek, Heineccius, Manviius...Co]qu- 
houn, Long...Ague8Beau (in Addenda), 
in the Middle Ages : Satngny. 
(Feudal and Noethern) : Btaler {C.\ 
Assises de Jerusalem : . . .Jerusalem, 
of the Gk)ths, Saxons, Angli, &c. : Lin- 

denhrogius, Wilhins (Nieolson). 
of the Franks : Balmius (Oapitularia). 
of the Alemanni : . . .Sdiilter. 
Judicial Institutions of Europe : Meyer. 
See also below. Laws of Particular Na- 
Bodies or Systems of: Pithceus, Van-Espm 

...Bullarium Romanum. 
Works on: Butler {C), Walter. 
See also Church, Councils. 

Abyssinian Church — Apostolic Consti- 
tutions, a.d. 800 : PlaU, 
France :...Pithou. 

Reformed Churches : Qmck, 

England : Ayliffe's Parergon, Bum, 

CardweU, (^bson, Ho^ceT, Lynde- 

wood... Bum. 

Provincial Constitutions : Lyndewood. 

Reformation of Ecdes. Laws, temp. 

Henry vni. : . . . Ecclesiastical. 
Scheme of Bishoprics : Henry vm. 
Ecclesiastical Courts : BcdesiasUeal, 
Haggard, Phillimore, Wilberforcs 
(/2. /.) 

Law of Nations: Bynkershoek, Davenant, 
Ihtmont, Orotius,, Mably {(Euvres), Mac- 
kintosh {vol. 1), Mia, Puffendorf, Sdden 
(vol. 1), VaUd, Ward (R,), Wemckius, 

Collection of Trials relative to : Martens. 

On Neutrality : Pumeaux. 

See also Diflomact, Treaties. 

(Criminal) : HucpStiaux , , . law. Turner. . . 
Beccaria (in Addenda). 

See also Death (Punishment of,) 
(Maritime and Commercial) : Seldeni Opera 
(vol. 2, p. 2)...Balda8seroni. 
Laws of Oleron : . . .Luders. 
Sea Shores : Hall. 

Laws of Particular Nations. 
England (General) — ^Dictionaries: Jacob, 
Tomlins. . .Cowel. 
Journals : Jurist, Law Mag., Law Review, 
History: Reeves... Dngdale. 
Commentaries on, Abridgments, &c : 
Bacon(M.),Blackstone, Coke, Cooper, 
(C. P.), Portescue, Hargrave, HAbes 
(vol. 6), Long, Seldenus (Pitta), 
iSltepften ...Bracton, Coke, Luders, 
Prynne, Spelman. 



LAW, Laws op Pabticulab Nations (Eng- 
land), — continued : — 

Ancient Laws : Records {p. 260) 
Welsh: Wotton. 

Venedotian Code : Wales. 
Anglo-Saxon: Anglo-Saxon, WUkins, 
Laws of William I. : . . .Kelham. 
Magna Charta : Blackstone. 
Charter of the Forest : Blackstone. 
Statute Law, Codification, &c. : Statutes 
at Large, Bentham, J)warris, Meijer. 
Constitutional Law : . . . Bowyer. 
Common Law : Wingate. 

History:... Hale. 
Criminal Law : Bentham, Disney, Boscoe 

...Criminal Code. 
Conveyancing: Stewart (J). 
Copyright: Lowndes. 
Debtor and Creditor : . . . Elliott. 
Evidence: Bentham, Harrison... ^kesi, 

Game Laws : Chitty. 
Grants and Resumptions : Davenant, 
Juries: Stanhope. 
Legacies: Lowndes. 
Military : . . .Napier. 
Parish: Bum, Dalton...Vjynne. 
Property (Real): Burton {W. U.) 

(Personal) : Long. 
Tenures : Wright. 

(Copyhold) : . . . Porster. 
its present Condition, Reform, &c.: 

Miller, Stewart... Troyrer. 
On the Use of French in our ancient 

Law Courts: Courts. . . Dugdale, Haughton. 
Soothmd — Law of Entails in : Sandford, 


France — Ancient Laws, &c. : Baluzitu, 
France {p. 120)... Leber (vol. 4). 

Ordonnances des Rois : . . .France. 

Arrets de la Cour du Roi : Olim. 

Criminal, Civil, and Commercial ... 

Maritime : . . . Luders (Oleron). 
Normandy — Coutumes: Normandie, 
Sicily — Public Law : . . .Grefforio. 
^Mtin: Asso, Marina, Spain, 
Cfermany : . . . Grimm. 

The Caroline Code : Cfermany. 

Code, 1787:... Germany. 
Prussia — Codes: Mannkopff. 

Hindoo: Haughton, Janes (W.) {vol. 8). 
Mahometan Law of Inheritance: Jones 

{W.){vol. 3). 
Chinese — Penal Code : China, 

(American): America. 

Commentaries on : ir(m^... Kent, Story. 

Latoock Abbey : Bowles. 

LXABNINO — On Ancient and Modem: Swift's 

Works {vol. 11), Temple's Works {vol. 8), 


Leases— Tables of: Baily. 

Leeds — History and Topography: Whitaker 


Legislation — ^Treatises on : Bentham, Bonald, 
Constant, Filangieri, Oodwin, 

See also Law. 

Leicestebshibe — History and Antiquities:... 

Cham wood Forest : . . . Potter. 

Levant — Voyages into the: Burgess, Haasd' 
gruist, Shaw, Toumefort. 

See also Palestine. 

Lexicons: see Dictionabies. 

Libebtt of the Pkess: MiU, Milton's Prott 

Libbabies (Accounts of): see Bibliogbafht, 

Life : see Diet. 

Life Tables: Edmonds... 'WiUQifAi, 
Law of Mortality : Milne. 

See also Annuities, Assubanoe. 

Ligaments (on) : Cooper (B. B.) 

Light (Laws of) : see Optics. 

Lighthouses — Accounts o^ — The Eddystone: 

Skenyvore : . . .Stevenson (A.) 
Bell Rock:... Stevenson (R.) 
Northem Lighthouses : . . . Stevenson (R.) 
Ventilation of Lighthouse Lamps : Faircb' 

Lightning — On damage to the Navy by: 
/Tarrw... Harris. 
Effects of Thunderbolts since 1676:... 


LiNCOLNSHiBE — Views : Howlett. 

The Cathedral, Architecture and Sculpture 

of:... Wild. 
Grantham — History : Howlett (Twmor.) 

LmooLN's lNN:...Spibbury (in Addenda). 

LlsLE (Barony of) — Proceedings on:... Nicolas. 

LITERATURE— History and Criticism ot 

(Genebal): Andres, Eichhom, Quadrio, 
SchUgel (i!'.)...Gra88e, Works of the 
Middle Ages (5-15 Cent.) : BeringUm, 
— (9-12 Cent.) : Ma/iOomd. 

15th to 17th Cent : Hallam. 
Modem European : i;u:AAom...Sch]o8Ber. 
South of Europe : Sismandi. 
Ecclesiastical Writers : Cave ... Dopin 

Poetry: Quadrio. 

Since the 13 Cent. : Bouterwek. 
— 16Cent.:...Grfta8e. 
Romantic Fiction : Dwnlop. 

in France and England : Ellis, 
Literary Anecdotes, &c.: Beloe, Comey, 
Crenius, J/Isrculi, King, Schdhom^ 
18 Cent. : Nichols. 
Critical Journals, Criticisms, Ac. : Baittet, 
BiUioth^ques, Classical JotMiud, Jour- 
nal des Sarants, Le C^erc... Works of 
the Learned (and the various Literary 

s s 



lJTERATUKE,-H;on^»««i .— 


Greek— Ancient: 3fttWer...Mure (in Ad- 
Epic Poetry: Coleridge, P. ScUegd (vol, 

Roman— to the Augustan Age:...Dunlop. 
Anglo-Saxon: Conybeare, Wright. 
English: Chambers, D'Isradi, PiUeus, Re- 
trospective Review. 
Poetry: Campbell, Ellis, PtUtenham, 
WarUm . . . Campbell, 
temp. Elizabeth and James I. : CoUier. 
Mediaval writers of English History:... 

Comic Writers : Haditt. 
See also Bibliography (English). 
Scottish : Melville, RiUon. 
French: Pi-aiice (Hvft. Litter.), Oottjet... 
Ampdre, Ch6nier, Craufurd, Fauchet, 
Proven9al and of the Troubadours : Ray- 
nouard, Sainte-Palaye, Sismondi... 
Fauriel, Schlepl. 
Middle Ages : . . . Villemain. 
xvin. Century: Barante, GWwTO...Ba- 

Poetry:... Fauchet, Sainte-Beuve. 
Italian: Andrea, Corniani, Oinguin^, Si^- 
m/ondi, Tiraboschi...M.9,noiti. 
xvin. Century: Lombardi. 
Poetry: CreacimJbeni, Mendni, Muratori, 
of Corsica : Benson (R.) 
Spanish: Beaivea, Bouttrwek, Sismondi... 
Lampillas, Ticknor. 
Poetry : . . .Vega (Wiffen). 
Portuguese: BoiUerwek, Sismondi. 
North of Europe : Hickes. 
Icelandic :...B4ih. 
German: ff«n«t«...Menzel. 

Poetry: Taylor {W.)...Oerym\iM, Turgot 
(vol. 9). 
Russian: Otto. 
Hungarian: Bowring, 
Polish: Bowring. 

Eastkbn: Marsden, Richardson... Wahl. 
Hindoostanee: Tassy. 
Chinese: Davis, Kidd. 
See also Biblioorapht, Drama, Lan- 
guage, POBTBT. 

LITURGIES: Taylor (J.) (vol. 7)...Mant. 

(Primitive): Palmer. 
(Greek) : . . .Irenseus (in Addenda), 
of the Church of England: Common 

History and Antiquities : Berens, Palmer. 
Illustrations of : WheaOey. 
Conferences on its Revision, 1568-1690: 
Ancient Liturgies of Sarum, Bangor, &c. : 

Ancient Printed Service Books:... Dickin- 
son (in Addenda). 
Prayers, Henry vni. :... Primers. 
Prayer Book of Edward vi. : . . .Litur^. 
Consecration Services:... Barrett (m Ad- 

LITURGIES,— <?<m«MM*ed .•— 

of the English Church at Geneva: Common 

(See also Tract Supplement, p. 230.) 

Lives: see Biography. 
LoouBTS: Ludolfus. 
Logarithms: Euclid. 

LOGIC— Elements, Systems of, &c. : ^f^f^ 
Bosanquet, HaugfUon, Kant (vol. 1),J^ 
nitz (7ol. 2), MiU, MiUon^sPr^ WoHcs 
1 (vol. 2), Smart, Watts (vol. 5), Whatdy... 

Smart, Whewell. 
See also Mbtaphtsics, Obatort, Rhe- 

LONDON. . . . 

History and Topographical Antaquitiei: 
Brayley, Lockie, Maitland, MaMm, 
Pennant, Stow ... London (Knight's) 
(in Addenda). 
(Parochial): Newcourt. 
The Environs: Lysona. 
The Tower: Bayley. 
St. Paul's Cathedral : Dugdale, 
St. Martin's-le-Grand:...Kempe. 
The Temple Church : -BiW*nj^«. 
Chronicle of the Customs of: Arnold. 
Table of the Mayors (1189-1558): 

Lord Mayors' Pageants:.. Fairholt. 
Songs and Ballads relative to:... Songs. 
The Plague of:... Defoe, Vincent. 
The Fire of:... Vincent. 
Hand Books: Leigh... C wnj i mgh a m . 
Hollar's View of: XoiMiw. 
Architectural Improvements of the wett 

Part: Smirke. 
Statistics, &c. 

Trade of the Port of: Colqukoun, Par- 
liament (Reports). 
Police: Colquhoun. 
Climate: Howard (L.) 
Charities : Arrivabene, Brownlow, 

Low Countries (The). 

See Belgium, Holland, Flanders, Ne- 

Lunacy: seelNSANnr. 
Luton Park— The Chapel: Shaw. 
Ltcia : see Asia Minor. 
Lyons— History, during the French Revolution : 


Economy of: Bahbage. 
See Mechanics. 

Mad Houses : see Insanity. 


System : Defoe (voL 12). 
See Apparitions, WrrcHCRAiT. 

(Natural): Brewster. 
Magna Charta : Blackstone. 




Treatises on:... Cavallo, Haiighton, Reich- 
enbach...Reichenbach (in Addenda). 

Magnetic Observations: Quetelet, Sabine 
...Broun, Scoresby. 
At Baltimore, &c. : Baehe, 

Magnetic Affection of Light:... Faraday. 

Magnetic Condition of Flame and Gas:... 

See also Electbicitt, Mbtioboloot. 

(Animal): see MssMEBiSM. 

Maotabs : see Hungabt. 


(Accounts of): Adam (JR.), Butler (C), 
Martyn. . .Ockley. 

Biography of Mahomet and his Successors : 
Univer. Hist. (Modem, vol. 1)... Ma- 
homet, Ockley. 

Maitland Club — Publications: Machay'a Me- 
moin. . . Cochrane's Correspondence. 

Malabab, History of the Church of: Oeddei. 

Maxmaua and Quadbufeds: Buffon, Owner, 

British : BeU (T.) 

Dukhun: Sykee, 

Brachiopoda: Broderip, 

The Camel: Adam, 
See ZooLOOT. 

Man (Isle of). 

Antiquities: Johnstone. 
Descriptions: iSoftertaon... Macculloch. 


Origin and Prospects of:... Hope. 
Prc^g^ress of: see SocnsTT. 
Physical and Natural History of: Prichard 

Manchssteb — History of: Whitaher. 
Manicheism — History: Beausobre, 
Manniss: see Societt. 


Journals: Firvuac, Repertory of Arte, 

Technical Repot. 
Dictionary: Ure. 
Works on: Aihin, Bahbage, 
Mechanical Arts : Young {T,) 
Foreign Schools of Design : . . .Dyce. 
Frendi Exposition : . . . Wyatt. 
The Factory System : . . . Green. 
The Cotton Manu&cture : Slater. 
Woollen Manu&cture : Biachoff, Moreau, 
Cal ico Printing : . . . Persoz . 
Potteries :...Brongniart...Marryat (in Ad- 
Glass :...Pellatt (in Addenda). 

Maps: see Atlases. 


Ancient : British Museum. 
Arundelian : . . .Chandler. 
Xanthian : . . . Fellows. 
Parian and Rosetta : . . . Historicorum. 
See Inscriptions. 

MABiTmE: see Navt. 

Mab-Pbelate Contbovebst : ... Mar-Prelate, 

Mabquxsas Islands — Residence in:... Melville. 


The Law, &;c., of: i8%«(/br(2...Quetel6t. 
Royal Marriage Act : SUmestreet, 
With a deceased Wife's Sister: ... Hopc^ 

(See also Tbagt Supp. p. 233.) 
Mass (Sacrifice of the) : Rock, 
Matebla Medica : see Medicine. 

MATHEMATICS: H6hbes (vol. 4-5), ffutton, 
Leibnitz (vol, 2), Mathematics, Newtcni 
Opera (vol, 1), Pascal (vol. i), McUhemaHa 
...Christie, Wallisii Opera. 
History: Montucla. 

in Italy : Libri, 
Journal of: Ferussac. 

See also Aloebba, Abithmetio, Geohxtbt, 
Tbioonometbt, Diffebbntial Cal- 

Maubttius (The)— Description : De Ouignes. 

Matnooth College : (see Tbactt SuppLEiaQfT, 
p. 284.) 

MECHANICS: Bridge, Ferguson, Hales, Pois- 
son, WheweU, Willis (R), 
Statics: ^a^...Moseley. 
applied to the Arts:...MoBeleY. 
Journals: Franklin Journal, Mechania^ 

Mechanical Arts : see Manufactubxs. 
See Mathematics. 

Medals : see Coins and Medals. 


Works on : Galenvs, Hippocrates, Hqfinam' 

Essays, Notes, &c. on: Billing, Orichton, 

CfranvUle, Hawkins, Holland, Hosads, 

Petiigrew. . .Mayo. 
Dictionaries: Blancardi, Forbes, 
Journals : Dublin Medical Journal, FSrus- 

sac, Medico-Ohirurg. Review, Medical 

Journal... Brit, and For. Med. Review. 
Materia Medica and Pharmacy: Brande, 

OaUnus, ParM... DiosooridenB. 

(Hindoo): Royle, 

See Diseases, Suboebt, Anatomt. 
Medical Biography : Pettigrew, Physieiams. 

Meditebbanean — Voyages in : Heraud, Sand- 

Melancholt: Burton. 

Mebchant Tatlobs* School — History:... Wil- 
son (H. B.). 

Meboe, Ancient Kingdom of: Hoskins. 

Mesmebism: ... Forbes, Magnetism, Sandby, 
Scoresby, Zoist. 

in Surgical Cases: EUiotson. 
in France : . . .S. (in Addenda). 


(Ancient): Aristoteles, Monboddo, 

(Modem): Cory, Cousin, Oudworth, Des- 

cartes (vol. 1), Gruyer, Helvetius (rU, 

1-2), Hobbes, Kant, LeibniU (vol, 2), 

Malebranche^ Priestley^ Schlegel, 



METAPHYSICS (Modern),— c(W<i»i«€d; 

Tucker... Cory, Fichte, Hope, New- 
man, Tombs. 

Essays on Truth : Beattie, MaUbranche. 

Principle of Evil : Bosanqttet, Jenyns. 

Intellectual System of the Universe : Cud- 

&)iritualism in the xix. century : Gruyer, 

New Doctrines of: Snmri . . .TomhB. 

The Mind and Intellectual Powers: Aher- 
crombie, BeUham, Browny Clifford, 
Condorcet, Cousin (Maine de Biran), 
J)egerando, Feam, JIume {vol. 4), 
Locke's Works, Mill, Spinoza, Stewart 
...Hope, Reid. 

See also Ethics, Philosopht. 

METEOROLOGY: Dalton, Descartes (vol. 5), 
Mizaldus, Pr(m/...Kaemtz, Prout. 
ofDukhun: Sykes. 

Meteorological Observations: Pond, Que- 
at Makerstoun : . . . Brown, 
at Toronto :. . .Sabine. 
The Barometer :...Frod8ham, Howard. 
Winds:... Reid, Rennell. 

Law of Storms : Reid. . .Reid. 
Atmosphere: Forster (T.), Parry... Forbes. 
Climate of Britain : Howard (Zr.). 
London: Howard (L.). 
Asia: Humboldt. 

See Magnetism. 

Methodism — Rise and Progress : Wesley's Life 
(Southey)... V^esiey'6 Life (Coke and Moore) 
and Journal. 


History: Humboldt, Ward. 
The Chichimdques : Ixtliljrochitl. 
Mongul Conquest in the xui. century: 

Conquest of: Cortes, Herrera, IxtUlxo- 
chitl, Mexico, PreMott, Solis...T>'i&z. 
Revolutions of, 1808-30: Zavala. 
Antiquities: Acosta. 

Descriptions, Expeditions, Travels, &c. : 
Bullock, Fuca, Hall, Humboldt, Lyon, 
Tudor, H^ard... Ruxton. 
Yucatan: iS^e7)/Mm^...Catherwood, Nor- 
Statistics, Laws, Mines, &c. : Ward, 


Visitation of 1663: Phillipps. 
Middlesex Hospital — History : . . . Wilson. 

See London. 

Brentford:... Faulkner (in Addenda). 
Chelsea : . . .Faulkner. 
Hampstead Wells: Soame. 

MILITARY ART: Army, Cavalry, Ferussac, 
Jomini, MachiareUi (vol. 10)...Anny. 

of tiie Ancients: Frontinus, Polyoenus, 
Tacticus (^Eneas), Vegetius... YoXyhiuA 
Romans : . . .Csesar (Duncan). 
Fortification and Engineering: Belidor, 

MILITARY KKr,—'Cfmtinutd:— 

Fortification (Field) : Maeaulay. 

Militaiy Bridges : Douglas, 
Anns and Armour, Ancient : . . . Jubinal. 

English fi*om Norman Conquest:... Me j- 

Artillery : Belidor. . . Napoleon (L.). 

Platoon Exercises: Mitchell. 
Military Institutions : Padey... Thane}. 
Military Terms (Middle Ages) : — Meyri^ 


Ancient — Wars of the Mongols and Bo- 
mans: Ranking. 
Military Antiquities, Roman, in Britain : 
British Army from the Conquest: Orosc 
See Crusades. 

1415, Battle of Agincourt : . . . Nicolas. 

1555-90, &c.. Wars in Flanders and the 
Netherlands: Bentivoglio, Giuttiniano 

1618-48, The Thirty Years* War : Bottgeaut 
...Schiller (vol. 9). 

1642-9, Civil War in England: Gvynne, 

1689-91, — in Scotland and Ireland: 

1701-14, War of the Spanish Sucoesaon: 
Louis XIV., Mahon, Vault. 

1787-9, War in Bosnia (Turkey): Fraser. 

1745-61, British Military Transactions in 
India: Crme. 

1756-63, Seven Years* War: Frederick n. 
(CEuvres, vol. 3-4), Jomini, Lloyd... 

1765-83, American War:...Botta. 

1792-1801, Wars of the French Revolu- 
tion: /ommi... Bulletins. 

1796, Campaigns in India: Wellington. 

1 798-9, Campaigns in Egypt : . . .Napoleon. 

1800, &c., Mahratta War, &c.: WeUedey. 

1809, War in Germany :...Pelet. 
Campaign in Spain : Moore, 

1808-14, Peninsular War: ArgUdlet, 
DalrympU, Londonderry^ Napitr, 
Peninsula, Schipeler, Southey, SudUt, 
Toreno, Wellington . . . Bulletins. 

1812, Campaign in Russia: S^gur. 

1812-14, Campaigns: Broughton, BurgherA 

1814, Washington and New Orleans : Gleig. 

1815, Bel^um, Waterloo, &c. : Jomini, 
Napdeon, Sibome, WeUingtcn...Bol- 
letins, Gleig. 

1814-15, West Florida and Louisiana: 

1820-3, War in Spain: Pecehio, Steele, 
1824-6, Burmese War: Snodgreus, 
1836-40, Contest in Spain: Army, EtoM, 
1838-9, &c.. Campaigns in Afghanistan, 
Scinde, &c. : Dennie, Oit/ram... Ken- 
1840, Campaign of the Indus : Holdtvorth, 
1840, &c.. War in China: Belcher, Davis 

1841-2, Disasters in Afghanistan, &c., 
and Second Campaign: Eyre, Sale.., 
Allen, Gleig. 
Conquest of &inde : . . .Napier, OutrmnL 



Millennium — The Millennial Church or Shak- 
ers: Oreen. 


Dictionary: AOnn. 

Treatises: B&umon, Budkland, Bujf<m, 
Oieaecke, Ilaiiy, Jameson, Necker. 

See also Geology. 

MnfERAL Waters : Bauillon-Lagrange. 

England : Granville, New Tuiibridge WeUt. 

Bagnigge Wells :...Beyi8. 
Germany: Oranville. 

Kissingen : . . . Granville. 
Grisons, Baths of Pfeffers:... Johnson. 
Tyrol — Ems : . . .Thilenius. 
Nice: Farr, 

Mines and Mining:... Mines... Kircher and 
Mercatns (in Addenda). 
Journals: Annales de» Mines, Quarterly 

Mining Review, Taylor's Records, 
Dictionary: Ure. 

On Hindering Explosions in : Mines, 
Mines of Derbyshire : Ferber, 
Dean Forest : Sopwith, 
Laurion (Ancient Attica) : Boechh, 
Hungary: Merin, 
Mexico : Ward, 
Australia :.. .Dutton. 

See Coal Mines. 

(See Tract Supplement, p. 235.) 

Minstrelsy : see Ballads. 

Mogul Empire : see Indl^. 

Mohammedanism : see Mahomet. 

MoNAcmsM — History of Monastio Orders: 
Hdyot. . .Jameson. 
(British): Fosbroke. 

De Studiis Mona8ticis:...MabiUon (in Ad- 
See Benedict (Order of St.). 
Money: see Banking, Coins, Currency. 
Monmouthshire — Historical Tour:... Coze. 

Monograms of Painters, Engravers, &o. :... 

MoNTPENSiER MARRIAGE : . . .Utrecht. 

MONUMENTS (Sepulchral). 

Ancient : see Inscriptions. 

Mediaeval : . . . Crosnier . . . Boutell (m Ad- 

English: Q&ugh, MarJcland, Monumental 
Brasses, Stothard, Weaver ... Blore, 
Brasses, Douglas, Haines ... Boutell 
(in Addenda). 

Moon (The), Theory of: Xui&odb... Lubbock. 
See Astronomy. 

Morals: see Ethics. 

Morea (The) : see Greece. 

Mormons, or Latter-Day Saints : CcuwaU, 

Morocco — Travels and Descriptions: Brooke, 
CailU, Jackson, Lempriere, 

Mummies (Egyptian): Davidson, OrcmviUe, 

Munictpalitibs: Parliament {BowuUiry B^ 

Municipal Reform : . . . Palgrave. 

Museums: see Galleries. 


Essays on : Beattie, Descartes {vol, 5), Joa, 

Rousseau {vol, 13). 
Ancient Authors on: ... Herculaneum 

(Philodemus), Scriptores. 
Dictionary of: R!ousseau {vol. 14-15). 
History of: Bumey, Hawkins (/.) 
English Church Music:... Mason (voL 8). 
Science of Tuning : Stanhope, 

Mutiny of the Bounty : Bligh, Bownty, 

Mycerinus (Tomb of) :...Lenonnant. 

Myboeb: see India. 

Mysticism: Borger, 

MYTHOLOGY and Religions of Antiquity. 

Dictionaries of: Biographic UniverseUe 

(vol. 58-5), Lempriere... Snnih (W.) 
History, Origin, &o. : Adtun, Omuer,,, 
Fall and Destruction :...Beugnoty Tbb- 

Relations to Christianity :...Maurioe. 
Worship of the Elements : Christie, 

— Serpent: Deane, 

Hindoo: Butler {C), Frank, Mawrice, 
Wilson. . . Bjomstiema. . . Miiller, Wil- 
son (in Addenda). 
Jain Religion : . . .Stevenson. 
Banians: Lord, 

Ceylon Demonology: CalUtway, 
Japanese: Titsingh, 
Persian : . . . Hyde. 
Parsees: Lard, 
Maliometanism : Butler {C), Mahomet. 
Egyptian: Fromk, Prichard. 
Grecian and Roman : ApoUodorus, Bryant, 
BistoricB Poetica Scriptores, Mytho- 
graphi Latini, Nonnus, Orpheus ... 
Cory, Scriptores Mythograph^ Smith, 
Pictorial Antiquities of: Montfaiueon, 
Agreement of Ancient Poets aiid Artists 

in: Spence, 
Mystic Theology of the Greeks :«..Lo- 
The Druids: Davies, ffiggin»„,Ihikt, 

The Deity Teutates: Bowles, 
Icelandic or Scandinavian : Edda, 
Grundtvig, Mallet, Mone, Wogen,,, 
Riih, Tressan. 
German :... Grinmi. 

Nantes (Edict of) — History :...Benoit 
Revocation of:...Rulhidre. 

Naples — History: Costamo, Oiannone, Univer, 
Hist. {Modem, vol, 24-5)...Giannone. 

(1734-1826) :...CoUetta. 
DesoriptionB: JVapief...Ni^li. 




See France (The Consulate and Empire). 

Memoirs: AbranUs, Bourrienne, Oourgaud, 
Napoleon, Rovigo, Scott CProae Works, 
vol. 8-16), Thibaudeau, Tkitn. 
Campaign of 1812 : Sigur. 
his Court: Ooldtmith. 
at St. Helena: Las C7a«u...Montholon. 
Opinions, Correspondence, &;c. : Napoleon, 

Historic Doubts on:...Whately. 
Medab : . . .Napoleon. 

National Debt (The). 

HUtory, 1688-1800 :...Grellier. 

— 1783:. ..Price. 
Plans for its Reduction, &c. : Price, Stan- 

(See Tract Catalogue, p. 467, and Sup- 
plement, p. 237). 
See also Finance, Funds. 

National Gallery. 

Project for a: Otnlt. 
Obsisrvations on : . . . Fergusson. 
Catalogue of:...Womum. 


Journals: Ferussac, Magaziiie...Annala. 
Goieral Works on : Bacon (vol. 4), Bonnet, 

Buffon, Forster, Jesse, Plinius, JRedi. 
Dictionaries: Diciionnaire, Nemnick. 
Bibliography : Boehmer, Cobres . . . Engel- 

of the Bible : Harris, Hassdquist ... 
England — Cornwall : . . .Borlase. 
Oxfordshire : . . . Plot. 
Staffordshire:... Plot. 
Selbome : White. 
Norway : . . . Pontoppidan. 
Spain: Dillon. 
America: Oodman. 

See Botany, Gbolooy, Zoology. 

Nautilus (The Pearly) : Owen. 


Ancient, in the Indian Ocean : Vincent, 
Red Sea and Euphrates: Chesney. 
British : Locke (vol. 10), Moreau. 
^Commercial): MaccvUoch. 
^Thermometrical) : Williams (J.) 
Law of Storms, as applicable to:...Reid. 


Of the Ancients : . . . Bockh, Smith . 

France : Tupinier ... J oinville. 
Naval Discipline, Tactics, &c. : Biden, 

Douglas, Pering ...Cierk, Eardley, 

Marine Dictionaries : Falconer. . .Young. 
Naval Architecture : Trcc^oW...Chamock, 

Nautical Tables : Beaufoy. See AsTRONOifY. 
Sea Phrases— (French): Falconer. 

See Navigation. 
See Law (Maritime.) 
(See also Tract Catalogue, p. 467^ and 
Supplement, p. 237-8.) 


Wars of the Turks : Mitchell. 
Great Britain: Brenton, James, Mortem, 
Southey. . . Nicolas. 
Memoirs: see Biography (Naval.) 
English and Spanish Fleets — temp. 

Eliz. : Monson. 
1688-97, War with France :...Burchett. 
1795-1805: Nelson Dispatches. 
1813, Action of the Shannon and Che- 
8i^>eake: King. 

Nervous System : Mayo. 

Dis e as e s of: Cooke, Hunt. 

Tic Douloureux, &c. : . . .Downing. 


History : Orattan, Kampen ... Meunius 

(vol. 10.) 
Wars, &c., 1555-90, &o. : BenHvogUo, 
6ViMfiniano... Schiller, Strada. 
(Ecclesiastical): Brandt. 
Political Accounts: Kevtrberg, Temples 
Works (vol. 1.) 
Travels and Descriptions: Blaevk, Burnet, 
Holland... Baj. 

See Flanders, Holland, Belgiuic 

Nets — ^Notes on : BcUhurst. 

Newcabtle-on-Tyne — History and Antiquities : 
. . .Brand. 

New Holland : see Australia. 

New South Wales : see Australia. 

Newspapers: Newspapers. 

New Zealand. 

History: Bright (J.) 

Description: Heaphy, YTard... Collins, Fox, 

Colonization: i^i^ter... Wakefield. 
The New Zealand Company: Petre... 

New Zealand, Stokes. 
Auckland Islands : . . .Enderby. 

Nl^gara Falls — Visit : Maude. 

NiBELUNGEN LiED :...Nibelunge, Nibelungen. 
Explanation : . . . Miiller. 

Nice — Medical Guide : Farr. 

Niger (The River) — Views on : Allen. 

Works on its Course: Donkin, Lander, 
Lyon, Macqueen...A}len. 

See also Africa. 

Nile (The River)— Travels to its Source, Ac : 
.Bruce... Beke, Warburton. 
Monuments of: Oau. 

See also Egypt. 

Nineveh — on the Site of: . . .Rich. 

Monumental Remains of : ... Ainsworth, 
Layard, Porter. 

Nobility : see Peerage. 


Topographical History : Blom^field. 
Topographical Illustrations: Turner (D.)... 
Hart, Turner (D.) 
Great Tannouth : . . . Palmer. 
Attleborough Church, &o. :... Barrett ^a 




History: BenoU, Camden, Ducheaney Owl- 
laume de Jumi^e, Vital.. MictieL 

Comtes d'Eu : . . .Efltancelin. 

Caen : VaiUtier. 
Parliament : . . . Floquet. 
Laws: iVormam/ir... Normandie. 
Architectural Descriptions : Cottnan, 
Knight, WheweU. 

Coutances Cathedral : Ddamart, 

Normans in Sicily: Knight. 

NoBTHAMFTONSHiRE — ^Topography and Histoiy : 
...Baker, Whalley. 

Northern Nations: see Scandinavia. 

North Pole : see Argtio Reoions. 


History: Dunham. 
Chronicles of the Kings of : Kirchmamnu», 
Norvegicorum 72e^....Sturleson. 
Travels : Barrow, Core, Heber, Hocker 

{W. />.), latn^...Wittich. 
Natural History : . . . Pontoppidan. 
Finmark: Brooke. 

NomNOHAMSHmE — Histoiy and Antiquities : . . . 
All Saints' Church, Hawton... Place. 

Nova Scotia : see Ahxrica (North). 

Novels (Collection of English) : Barhauld, 
Early English : Painter. 

NOTON, Eglise de : . . . Vitet. 


Travels: Burckhardt, Henniker, Hoakins, 

Irby, iNTorden... Hemprich. 
Ancient Kingdom of Meroe : Hotkvna, 
Antiquities: Qau, Roadlini. 
See also Egypt, Nile. 

NuRSERT Rhtmes: Ker, i2tt«on...Halliwell. 

Ndt-Brown Maid — ^The Poem of : Arnold. 

Oaths — their Origin and History : Tyler. 

Odontoorapht : . . .Owen. 
See Teeth. 

Ofplets of Norton : HwUer. 

Olthpia (The Plain of) :... Stanhope. 

Opinions (on the Formation of) : Bailey... 

OPTICS: Barrow, Brewster, Coddington, Da- 
cariea (vol. 5), Faraday, Ferguson, Oregoriua, 
Maaerta, Newton, Smith. 

Theories of Vision : Berkeley {vol. 1), Feam 

...Forbes, Prevost, Priestlev. 
On Light:... Cooper, Faraday, Hunt. 
Difilraction : . . . Moon. 

Optical Instruments: Coddingttm, Dea- 
See Etb. 

Oratory (Ancient) : Brougham, Oratorea Ailici, 
Quintilianua. . .QuintiUanus. 

(Italian): Fontanini. 
History since 1 8th Cent. : Bouierwek. 

See Speeches, Rhetoric. 

Orders of Knighthood : see Heraldry. 

Organic Remains : see Fossils. 

Oregon TERBiTOBY:...Dufloty Dunn, Fremoiit^ 
On the Oregon Question :... Qallatin, 

Oriental Translation Fund Publications: 
Aikinaon, Belfovir, BiaUoibloUky, Bird, 
■B^9't Callaway, ColArooke, Davia, Dom, 
Dubeux (Tabari), EUiott, FlUgel, Forbea 
(Hatim Tax), Fraaer, Oayangog, Hammer 
(Evliya Efendi), Julien, Klaproth, Langloia, 
Lee {S.), Maraden, Miles, MiaceUanetma 
Trandationa, Miukeil, Neumann, PlaU, 
Price, Quatremlre, Ram Baa, Beynolda, 
Roaen, Bowlandson, Sacy, Sadik-I^ahani, 
Shea, Slane, Sprenger, Stemler, Stevenaon, 
Stewart, Tandy, Taaay, Thompaon, Titaingh, 
Wilaon. . .Stevenson. 

ORNTTHOLOGT: Brianm, Buffon, LaOam, 
Temminck, Willughby...Qo\3ld. 

Toucans and Trogons:... Gould. 

The Dodo:...Hamel. 

The Swallow: Forater. 
(British): ;SZan«v...Tarrell 
Europe:... Gould. 
Ana — Himalaya Mountains:... Gould. 

India: Sykea. 
Australia : . . . Gould. 

America: Audubon, Bonaparte, Wilaon... 

See Zoology. 


History and Antiquities: Amherai, ffeame 

{Caiua and Huttenua), Wood... Wood, 
Statutes, Privileges, &c.: 0:rforc{... Oxford, 

History of Writers educated there : Wood. 


Natural Hi8torv:...Plot. 
Topography — Ambrosden, Buroeeter, ftc. : 
. . . Kennet. 

Paganism : see Mythology. 


Treatises on. Lectures, &c. : Alberti, Bor- 
ghini, Leaaing, Opte, Phillipa, BeynMa 
(wZ. 1-2), Vinci ... Bottari, Cennini, 
Diderot (vol. 8-10), Mason (vol. 8), 
Mengs, Merrifield, Keynolds, Ricbaid* 

See Art. 
Hdodern^ : . . .Ruskin. 
Laws of Colouring: i7ay... Howard, JAk- 

rim^e, Merrifield, Stie^its. 
Anatomy of Expression : BeU. 

Fresco and other Mural Painting : LoitiUa. 
(Ancient): Lehvnne, Baoul-Bochetie... 

(Mediaeval) — Italy : . . . Gruner. 

Ptunting on Glass: />aZtot«sy...Frombeirg; 

Catalogues — ^Dutch, Flemish, and French 
Painters: Smith (J.) 

Collections of Paintings : see Gallkbub. 

History: Calcott ... Eastlake, Fiorillo, 
Gaye, Womum...Buchuian (m Ad- 



PAINTING, History,— conftiMi^d;— 

Christian Art : see Abt (Mediaeval). 
Italian Schools: Jama, Kugltr, Land, 

Ot4ley... "Rosim. 
Spanish :...Ponz, Head, Stirling. 
Flemish and German : James, Kugler, 
French .'...Head. 

lives : see Biography (Painters). 
Chronological List of: Reynolds (vcl, 3). 
Portraits: i8b*t«... Museum Florent. (vol. 

Monograms : . . .Brulliot. 
See ako Art, AirnQumss. 

Paljeooraphy and Diplomatics : MahilUm, 
Toustain . . . Silvestre, WaiUy . 
Greek: Montfaucon. 
Ancient Alphabets : Hammer. 
Court Hand : . . .Wright. 

See also Language, Papyri, Writing. 

Travels: Burckhardty Hakluyt {vol. 2), 
Hcuselquist, Kirchmanniu, Purchcu 
{vol. 2, book S-9), Pinkerton {vol. 10), 
i2o&i7Mon...Bille, Kinglake, Palestine, 

Description : Kitto. 

See Jerusalem. 
Palmyra, Ruins of: Wood {R.) 

Paper — Substances used before its Invention: 
History of Parchment and Vellum : ... 
See alao Bibliography and Typography. 

Papyri — Qraaco-Egyptian : Reiivens. . . Jorio. 

Paraguay — Accounts: Davie, Punes. 

The Abipones : Dohrizkoffer. 

History and Descriptions: Damame, Dvr 
laure, Lemaistre, LUter, Nodier. 
Siege by the Normans : A bbon. 
under Philip le Bel, 1292 : Qiravd. 
Saint Denis : . . . Guilhermy. 
Statistical Works: Paris, 
Pauperism : . . . V6e. 
Police : Manuel. 
Prostitution: Parent- Duckaidet. 

PARLIAMENT op Great Britain. 

History and Debates : Hansard, Parlia- 
ment. . . Parliament. 
Norman Conquest to 1688: Parry. 
Temp. Q. Eliz. : D'Ewes. 
Long Parliament (1640-63) : May ... 

1666-9: Burton {T.) 
1708-1807 :...Beat8on. 
1740-48: Johnson. 
1768-74: Cavendish, 
Ireland : . . . Parliament. 
Parliamentary Jurisdiction, Practice, &c. : 
Bet ham, Cotton, Elsynge, Hamilton ... 
Dwarris, Luders, Piynne. 
H. of Lords : Bligh, Hale, Mcu^queen. 

See Peerage. 
H. of Commons: HatseU, Sherwood, 
(American): Jefferhon. 

^f&Q Statutes. 

PARLIAMENT of Great Britain,— ooh- 
tinued: — 

Reports, Rolls, &o. : Parliament. 
Parliamentary Writs : Records... Fryrme, 
Writs of Simmions of Nobility : Dugdak 
...Banks (in Addenda). 
Parliamentary Companions : Dodd, Mosse. 
(See also Tract. Cat. p. 476-8). 
Parthenon (The) — Remarks on : . . . Lucas. 
Patents : . . .Patents. 

English, 1801-45 :...PritchanL 

Patrick (Order of St.) 

Statutes and Ordinances : Betham. 

Paul ^t.) 

History : Paley {vol. 2). 
Voyage and Shipwreck :... Smith. 

Paul's (St.) Cathedral — Histoiy : Jhtgdale, 

Pavements — Mosaic: Jones. 

PEERAGE OF England: Banks, Burke, Col- 
lins, Debrett, Dugdale, Lodge, Nicolas, 
Peerages, Sharp... Dod, Edmondson. 
Dignities, Feudal and Parliamentary : Be- 
(Dormant and Extinct): Banks, Burke... 

Banks (in Addenda). 
Baronetage : Betham, Burke, Debrett, Lodge 
(Dormant and Extinct): Oovrtkope ... 

(See Tract. Cat. p. 480.) 
Scotland: Douglas. 
Ireland: Lodge. 

See Peer {Reports on the Dignity of a). 
See Heraldry. 

Accounts of Particular Peerages, &c. : see 

Pegu — Conquest of: Pinio. 


Historical Tour:...Fenton. 

Percy Society Publications. 

[For full descriptions, see in the Sufplememt, 
under words in italics.] 

Vol. 1. Old J5atta<fo,— CoUier. 

— Songs relative to London, — Mackay. 

— Historical Songs of Ireland, — 


— Pain of Evil Marriage. 

— King and Poor Northern Man. 
Vol. 2. LydgaU's Minor Poem8,~-HalliweU. 

— Early Naval .ftittarf*,— HalliwelL 

— Rowley's Search for Money. 

— Pranks and Jests of Robin Goodfel- 

low, — Collier. 

Vol. 8. Political 5aZ/cMfo,— Wright. 

— Deloney's Strange Histories. 

— Hemoood's Marriage of Elizabeth, 

daughter of James i. 

— History of Patient Qriael, 
Vol. 4. Lyric Portry,— Wright. 

— Boke of Curtasye, — lialliwell. 

— Old Christmas Oarols. 

— Nursery Rhymes, — HalUwelL 

Vol. 5. Chetde's Rind Heart's Dream,— 



Percy Societt Publications, — continued: — 

Vol. 5. Delcker'a Knights Conjuring, — ^Rim- 

— Meeting of GktUants, — HalHwell. 

— Porter (II.), Two Angry Women of 

Abington, — Dyce. 

Vol. 6. Ancient Poetical Tracts, — ^Rim- 

— Cock Lorell's Bote, — ^Rimbault. 

— Johiuon, The Crown Garland (Bal- 

lads), — Chappell. 

— Hutton, FoUie's Anatomie. 

— Wotion's (Sir H.) Poems, — ^Dyoe. 

Vol. 7. Harmony of Birds. 

— Brampton's Paraphrase of the Peni- 

tential Psalms, — Black. 

— Drayton's Harmony of the Churchy 

— Dyce. 

— Jcbck of Dover's Search, (Tales). 

— The Kerry Pastoral, — Croker. 

Vol. 8. Selection of Latin Stories by 

— Gifford's Dialogue on Witches. 

Vol. 9. Rowland's Four Knaves, — ^Rim- 

— Thomson*s Poem on Congreve, — 

P. Cunningham. 

— Conceits of Old Hohson, — Halli well. 

— Maroccus extaticus, — Rimbault. 

— Old Ballads on Uie Great Frost, 

1683-4,— Rimbault. 

Vol. 10. Lord Mayors' Pageants, collected 
by Pairholt, 

Vol. 11. N. de OuUdford, The Owl and the 
Nightingale, — Wright. 

— Thirteen Psalms, translated by J. 


— Halle's (J.) Expostulation against 

abusers of Chyrurgerie, — Petti- 

— Bich (Bamaby), Honestie of this 

age, — P. Cunningham. 

Vol. 12. History' of Reynard the Fox,— 

Vol. 13. The Keen of the S. of Ireland, — 

— Six Ballads, with Burdens, — Good- 


— Lyrical Poems, — Collier. 

Vol. 14. Audelat/s (J.) Poems (Shropshire 
Dialect),— HalliweU. 

— St. Brandan, a mediaeval legend, — 


— Romance of the Emperor Octavian, 


Vol. 16. Friar BaJcan's Prophesie,— Halli- 

— Poetical Miscellanies, temp. Jas. I., 

— HaUiwell. 

— Johnson's Crown Garland. Part 2. 

Vol. 16. The Seven Sages, in Englisli Verse, 

— Romance of Syr Tryamaure, — Halli- 

Vol. 17. Scottish Versions of Ancient Bal- 
lads, — Dixon. 


Pebot Societt Publications, — continued: — 

Vol. 17. Ancient Poems, Ballads, and Songs 
of the Peasantry, — Dixon. 

Vol. 18. The Pastime of Pleasure, by Howes. 

Vol. 19. The Civic Garland, Songs from 
London Pageants, — Pairkolt. 

— Life of Thomas Becket, by Robert of 

Gloucester, — Black. 

VoL 20. Bamfield's Affectionate Shepherd, 

— Heywood's Dialogue on Wit and 

FoUy,— FairhoTt. 

— Collection of Proverbs, — Denham, 

— Song of Lady Bessy (Elvtabeth ci 

York),- HalliweU. 
Vol. 21. Popular Songs on the French Inva- 
sion of Ireland, — Croker. 

Vol. 22. Barclays Cytezen and Uplondyah- 
man, — Fairholt. 

— The Interlude of the four Elements, 

— HaUiweU. 

— IngeUnd's Interlude of the Disobe- 

dient ChUd,— HaUiweU. 

— Autobiography of Mary, Countess 

of Warwick, — Croker. 

— Westward for Smelts (Stories), — 


Vol. 23. Songs and Carols,— T. Wright. 

— Festive Songs, — Sandys. 

— Notices of popular English Histories, 

— Halliwdl. 
Vol. 24-5-6. Chaucer's Canterbury Tales,— 

Vol. 27. Massinger's Believe as you list, — 


— Satirical Songs and Poems, — Fair- 



Histonr: Ferdoosee, Fraser, Malcolm, Shea, 
ifnivers. Hist. (Modem, vol, 6). 

Travels : BeU, Bumes, Chardin, IM-ouviUe, 
Fraser, Hakluyt (vol. 1), Malcolm, 
Morier, Pinkerton, (vol. 9), Purchas 
(vol. 2, book 8-9), Ramudo (vol. 2), 
Tavemier ...Kasm^ier, Porter, Rich, 
VaUe... Herbert (in Addenda). 
Arabistan and Lunstan : . . . Bode. 

Geography: AffghaniMan, KiwMvr, 

ReUgion : . . . Hyde. 

Customs of the Women : Atkinsion, 

Perspective: Hamilton (John), JSTtrfty ..Fer- 

Peru — Histoiy: Balboa, MonUsinos, UUoa. 
Conquest, by the Monguls, xni, Centuiy : 

Conquest of, by the Spaniards: XirU.,, 

Travels; Hall, Mathison, Maw...7TezieT, 

Phalaris, Dissertations on : Bentley (vol. 1-2). 
Pharuact : see Medicine. 
Philoloot : see CRinasM, Languaqs. 


(General Works, including Metaphtbicb^ 
which also see :) 
(Ancient): Aristoteles, Athencnu, Boe- 
thim, Cicero, 




(Modern): Ducartea (vcl. Z), Herder, 

Hcihea, Kant, WUlich ... Comte, 

Cousin, Fichte, Kant, Remusat. 

History : Bruckenu, Buret de Longchamps, 

Coutin, Degerando, Herder, Bitter, 


Ancient — Greek and Roman: Coimn... 

Brandis, Philosophy, Rltter. 
Scholastic: Cotuin, Hampden, 

in France: Ahilard, 
Modem: C<msin. 
Scotch School : C(msin, 
in France : . . . Damiron . 
in Qennany : . . . Barchou. 
Mohammedan: Thompaon. 
Indian: CoUbrooke, Houghton. 

See also Mythology (Hindoo). 

Chinese : . . . Pauthier. 
Hdetaphysical) : see Metaphysics. 
(Moral and Political) : see Ethics. 
(Natural) : see Physics. 

Photooraphy — Processes and Discoveries:... 

Phrenology: Phrenological Journal, Boget, 

Physical Qeografhy: see Geografht. 

PHYSICS, OR Natural Philosophy. 

Journals : American Jownud and Begitter, 
Annalen der Physik, AnncUes dee 
Sciences Nat. , A rmual (British), Dublin 
PhUos. Journal, Edinburgh Journal 
of Science, Edinburgh Philosophical 
Journal, Nicholson's Journal, Philoso- 
phical Magazine, Philosophy (Annals 
of), Quarterly Journal, Transactions 
(Philosophical) . 
Works on: Bonnet, Boyle's WorJea^ Chal- 
mers, Descartes (vol. 4), Oalilci, Gas- 
sendus, Herschel, Hdbhes (vol. 2), Hut- 
ton, Magalotti, Natural Phihsophy, 
Newtoni Opera, Paris, Bentoick, 
Science, Todd, VoUaire (vol. 28), Whe- 
well. Young... QroYe, Mazinus, Somer- 
Inductive Sciences, Historr and Philo- 
sophy of: WheweU...Whewe]l, 
See Geography (Physical), Pneumatics. 

Physiognomy, Essays on : Lavater, 


Systems of: Bostoch, Bwrdach, Combe, Dar- 
win, Park, Boget... Bich&t, Liebig, 
Oken, Physiology, Todd. 
(Human) : Biran, EUiotson, HaUer, Hart- 
ley, Meryon, Boget... Cah&ma, 
of the Mind : Feam, Mayo. 

See also Metaphysics. 
(Animal): Boget. 

Invertebrate Animals : (hoen. 
(Vegetable): DecandoUe, Bichard, Boget 
See also Botany. 
PlOTURBB : see Galleries, Painting. 
Picturesque Scenery : Oilpin, Price. 
Pudmont — Ancient Assemblies : Po2zo. 

Pubdmont, — cowtimied : — 

Excursion in : Gilly. 

See Alrioenses, Waldknses. 

Plague ^e) of London : Drfoe (voL 9), Plagu 

Plants : see Botany. 

Plata (Rio de k) : Fwnes, PeuriA. 

(See also Tract Supplement, p. 243). 

Plays (Enslish). 

Early Mysteries and Miracle Pl&ys : Cheder 
Plays, CoventriaLudus, Hawiins, Home, 
rOld): Dodsley...?hLy8. 
(Modem): Drama, Playt, InMald... 

See also Drama. 

Pneumatics: Ferguson. 

The Air- Pump : . . . Guericke. 
Nature of Air : Cavallo, 


Essays, &c. on: Beaitie, Oraitima, Zesting 

...Forbes, Vida. 
Collections, Specimens, &c of the Works 
of— Classic : . . .Elton. 
Greek : Anthologia Graxa, Poetce Minorts 
...Anthologia, Poetse Soenici, Wei- 
Romaic: Ionian, Joss. 
Latin : Poetas Latini, TraZZr«r...Dunlop. 
Enfflish : British Poets, CampbHL 
Ancient British : Davies. 
Anglo-Saxon: Conybeare. 
Eany English Poetry and RoHiances: 
Capell, Ellis, Ewma, Hartshome, 
Hayward, Headley, Motherwell, 
Percy, Bitson, Scott, Utterson, WiU's 
Bt!creations...¥oeticsLi, Poetry. 
See also Percy Society. 
Modem : Dodsley, Mendez, Satire, 
Poetesses: Dyce. 
Political (Cromwell — James n.) :... 

Suffolk: Suffolk Garland. 
Scottish : Dalydl, Finlay, Pinkerton, Bit- 
son... Sihhald, 
Scottish Kings : Chalmen, 
Irish: Shamroac. 
French: PoHes...Voima.9. 

Troubadour: Baynouard^ 
Italian : Pamasso Italiano, Pamasso de^. 

Jtal. viventi, BaccoUa di Lirici, dx. 
Spanish : Ochoc^ Pamaso, Quinlana, &»!• 
c^...Romancero...B5hl de Faber (jn 
(North of Europe). 

Runic or Icelandic: Edda, Mallet, Percy 

Hungarian, or Magyar : Bowring. 
Poliw: Bowring. 
Servian: Bowring, 

Persian : Chodzko, 
Hindoo : . . .Broughton. 
Chinese: Davis, Percy. 
See also Ballads, Songs. 
History and Criticism (Poetic) : see LiTB* 


Poets (Lives of) : see Bioorapht (Collective). 



Poisons— .Treatise on : . . .Orfila. 
Arsenic: Monk, 


History: Dunham, FUtcher, RoepeU, Rvl- 
ht^, Univ, Bist, {Modem, vol, 80-1) 
in 1776: MMy ((Euvrea). 
Partition o^ 1793: Mackinto^ (vol. 2). 
Kusnan Rule since 1815 : Onorowaki, 
Insorreotion in 1830-81 : ChorouM, 

See ConttUuHont. 

Travels : Coxe, James, 

(See also Tract Cataloouk, p. 485, and 
SUFPLEMENT, p. 244.) 

PoLAB Ska : see Abctio Regions. 

Political Economy : see Economy. 

Polynisla: nee Indla (East India Islands), 
Sandwich, Marquesas. 

PoMFKn — ^Topography and Antiquities: Oell, 
/orio... Mazois, Moseo Borbonico. 
Inscriptions at : . . . Wordsworth . 


Reports : Poor Law. . .Poor Law. 

History: Eden, Ruggle, 

Theoretical Works: Bicheno, Colquhoun, 

Norton, Martinecni, Page, Scrope... 

Channing, Oobbett. 

(See also Tract Oataloous^ p. 486, and 
Supplement, p. 244). 

PoFis (The) : see Rome (Chnrch of). 

POPULATION: PoptdaHon ... Registrar-Ge- 

Law and Principles of: Bum, Malthtu, 
Napier,Sadler, Senior. . .Alison, Raikesi, 
Smith, Thornton, Twiss. 
of England: Marshall... Frice. 
Dangerous Classes of, in Cities : Frigier, 
See Poor. 

PORTRAITS (Collections of). 

Greek and Roman Emperors, fto. : Visconii 

. . .Museum Capitolinum. 
Painters, Sculptors, and Architects : Serie 

. . . Museum Florentinum. 

Uliistrious Personages : Lodge, 
Physicians: Pettigrew, 
Catalogue of: Bromley, Granger, 

(See also Portraits, pp. 356-862. and in 
Supplement, p. 274.) 

Port Royal — History of: Facine (vol, 1)... 
Reuchlin, Sainte-Beuve. 


History : Beatoes, Busk, Dunham, Schitfer, 
ifniv. But. (Modem, voL 18-19), 
since Peninsular War: PortugaL 
Travels and Description: Beckford, Cat' 
narvon, Tuns8...Kmaej. 
Lisbon in 1821-8 : BaiUU. • 
Batalha Monastery : Beckford, 

Potteries — History and IH*actice : . . .Brongniart 
...Manyat (in Addenda). 

See Glass. 

Prayer (Book of Common) : see LmiBOT. 
(Family): ColUns. 

Predestination: Calvine, Limborch, 

Presbyterlans — History (1536-1647) :...Hej- 

Pretender (The) : Defoe (voL 20), ffogg, Eoohe, 
Pretender. . .Carlisle. 

Prices: see Currency. 

Primooeniturb — Influence of:...M'Cn11ocli« 

Printino : see Typography. 

Prints: CfUpin, Beinecken, 
See Engraving. 

PRISONS AND Prison Discipline: Beniham, 
Maconochie, Mill, Prisont... Howe, Maoo- 
nochie, Prisons. 
England: Boward. 
Milbank: Bolford. 
Pentonville : . . . Prisons. 
France: Moreau-Chrittophe* 
United States: Beaumont.., Qn,y. 

Privy Council — Proceedings : Feoorda, 

Prophecy — Dissertations on: Maitland, Sher- 
lock, Todd...YTere, Manchester, Newton, 

Prostate Gland : . . .Stafford. 

Protestantism: ChiUingworth. 
History : see Christianity. 

Provence — Remarks on : Boddington. 

Proverbs : Erasmus {vol. 2). 

Arabic: Bwrckhardt, 

Chinese: Davis, Percy, 

English: Ccmiden, Nares...DeTiham, 

Literature of Proverbs : . . . Nopitech. 

Prussia — Histoiy: Stengel... MirabesM, 

Frederick n. :...Dohm, Frederick, Ramner, 

Seven Tears' War: see Military Hibiort 

See Germany, Silisla. 

Psalms: see Bible. 

Punishments :...Beccaria (in Addenda), 
of Death: see Death. 
(Secondary): WhcUelg, 

Punjab (The) : see Indli. 

Puritans — History: Neal. 

Pyramids of Egypt (The). 

Operations in, and Descriptions: Bekom, 

Greaves, Vyse. 
Quadrature of tiie Circle in : Agnew. 

See Egypt. 
Pyrenees — Sketches: Boddington...TBiiB, 

Quackery: .fiisay*... Duncan. 
Quadrupeds : see Mammalta. 
Quakers: Barclay, Clarkson, Oumey, 
Quietism: Bossuet (vol. 27-80, oikI 40-42). 

Railways: ifiM^...Head, Morrison, Railwayi^ 
The Gauge Question:... Sidney, 
in Ireland : Ireland, 

See Steam Engine. 

(See also Tract Catalogux, p. 492, and 

SUPFLEMXHT, p. 24^7.) 



Rat SodETT Publications (in the Supplement). 
A^assiz's Bibliogr. Zoologise et Geologiae. 
Aider's British MoUusca. 
Baird's British Entomostraca. 
Botany, Reports and Papers on, 2 vols. 
Burmeister, Organization of Trilobites. 
Forbes' British Naked-eyed Medusae. 
Meyen's (Geography of Plants. 
Oken's Physiophilosophy. 
Ray's Memorials. 
Ray's Correspondence. 
Steenstrup's Alternation of (fenerations. 
Zoology, Reports on, 1841-4. 

BjlTIONalism and Pantheism — Accounts o^ 
&c. : K6hler, Mill, Stdudlin, Strauts, 
Tiaaott... Vroude. 

Rkadino, Berks — Antiquities : . . . Coatee (in 

Records (The) : Records (Publh). 
Account of : Cooper {C, P.) 
Reports on:... Records (Public.) 

Record Offices :...Fergu88on, Nicolas. 

Redcliffe Church : BiistoL 

Red Sea (the) — On Navigation of : Chesney. 

Reformation (The): see Chbistianitt (His- 
tory of). 

Religion (Revealed) : see Christianity. 
(Natural) : see Theology (Natural.) 
(Pagan) : see Mythology. 
Religious Ceremonies of all Nations: 
Picart, Purchas {vU. 5). 


(British):... Bell (in Addenda). 
See Zoology. 

lElEVENUES : see Finance, 

Rhamnus, Archit. Remains : Attica. 

Rhetoric: Aristotelca, Ci<xro... Cicero. 

Lectures on : Blair^ Uobbta {vol, 6), 

See Oratory. 

Rheumatism: Hawkins. 

Rhine (The) — Antiquities : Goethe. 

Robin Hood — Poems, Songs, Ac, relative to: 

Romances (Metrical). 

(Early English) : Ellis, Madden, Pitson. 

French : see Tales. 

Spanish : . . . Romancero. 

On Romances of Chivalry: Scklegd...QTSaae. 

See Poetry, Tales. 


History (Ancient Authors) : Appianus, 
Aurdius Victor, Dio Cassius, JHony- 
tius Ualicam., EiUropim, Florus, 
Herodianus, Uistorice Atig. Script., 
Livius, Paterculus, SailuMivs, Sue- 
toiiitis, TacittLS ... Appianus, Hero- 
dianus, Livius, Paterculus, Polybius, 
Sallustius, Suetonius. 
(Modem Authors): Arnold, Niebuhr, 

Univer. Hist. {Ancient, vol. 9-14)... 

Merivale, Niebuhr. 

ROME, History, — continued: — 

The Republic : Ferguson, Hodke, Vertot, 

Wachsmuth. . .Arnold. 
The Emperors : Suetonius, Townsend, 
of first six Centuries : Tillenumt. 
Dechne and Fall: Byzantenb His- 
torians, Oibbon, Lebeau, Montes- 
quieu, Sismondi, Unirers. Hist, 
{Ancient, vol. 14-15)...Theodoria 
Ancient Government : Beaufort. 
(Modem) :...Farini (in Addenda). 
See also Italy. 
Historical Antiquities: Lempriere, Smith 
{W.), WUcodcs. 
Topography — Architectural Antiquities, &c: 
Bwnsen, Burgess, Caylus, Cfdl, Pome, 
Taylor, Weston, Wilcocks...Hegui, Fira- 
nesi, Titi, Waldie, Whiteside... Nardini 
(in Addenda). 
The Vatican: Gunn, Pistolesi, Baphad 

Obelisks of the City : UngareUL 
The Trajan and Antonine Colunms:... 

The Barberini Gate : . . . Berretinus. 
Wall of Rome :...Gell (in Addenda). 
Pictures in the Crypts, &c. :...BartoU 

(in Addenda). 
Institutions, Prisons, &;c. :...Moiichini. 
Private Life of the Romans:... Becker. 
Itineraries of the Roman Empire: BurUm, 
Peutingerus ... Itineraria ... Beiigier 
(in Addenda). 
Roman Antiquities in Britain : JlorsUy, 
Long, Roy. . .Buckman (in Addenda). 

ROME (Church of). 

History: JZanJfee... Potter. 

See also Christianity (History of.) 
Works on : Gordon, Lowther, Maistre, 
Nevile, Newman, 0*Croly ... Dallas^ 
Doctrines: Bossuet {veil. 5 and 18), Jknt. 
The Mass: Bossuet (roZ. 23-4), Rock. 
against its Doctrines : BramhaWs Works, 
Geddes' Tracts, Hales, Hopkins, 
PhillpotU, StiUingieetyStdglidi, Tay- 
lor {J.) {vol. 10-11), Tri<:/^<j...Page, 
Prynne, Quinet, Whately. 
Supremacy and Foreign Jiurisdiction : 

Barrow {vol. 7), Ularendon. 
Corruption of Scripture : Jcana, 
Conformity with Paganism: Mid- 
Roman-Catholic Question : Kendall, 

PhiUpotts, Smith {S.) 
(See also Tract Supplement, p. 252-3.) 

Royal Society :... Royal Society. 

History: Birch, Sprat, Thomson... Wtld, 

in XIX Cent. : Granville. 
(See Transactions {Philosophical), p. 812.) 


ifttoiy: Bell, Levesque, Masson, Milton 
(Prose Works, vol. 2), S^gur, Strahl, 
Univ. Hist. {Modem, vol, 81-2)... 
Herberstain, Russia. 
Livonia^ &c:... Parrot. 



RUSSIA, Histoiy,— cofi^MMtMl.^ 

The Ukraine, Cherson, &c. : Potocki, 
Travels: Barrow, BeU, Cochrane, Coxe, 
Ougtine, OranviUe, Hakluyt (vol. 1), 
Hebtr, James, Pallas, Pinkerton (vol, 6) 
(South) — (The Ukraine, Oaocasus, 
Crimea, &;c.) : Beai^plan, Mont- 
pereux, Spencer.., 'Rommaire, 

See also Cibcassia, Gxoroia. 
(Asiatic) : see Siberia. 
Eastern Navigations and Discoveries: 
Bumey, Coxe, 

Rutland — Histoiy and Antiquities... Blore (in 

Sabbath (On the) : BramhalVs Works, Qumey 

SACBAMEirF OF THE Lord's Sufpeb: CrwmMT, 
Cvdwwih, Knox (vol, 7), Wilberforce (S.) 
...Cranmer, Pusey. 
The Mass: Bossrnt (vol, 2a-4), Rock. 

St. Alban's, Abbey Church : Cathedrals. 

Saint Domingo : see Haiti. 

Saints fThe)— lives of: Baillel, Butler... Boh 
lanaus, Jameson. 

(English) :...Crosthwaite, Newman. 

Salisbury : see Wiltshire. 

Salisbury Familt : Bowles, 

Sandwich Islands — Voyages and Descriptions : 
Mathison. . .Simpson. 

Sanitary Reform — Health of Towns:... Sani- 
tary Commission. 
Sewerage of Towns : . . .Denton. 
Regulation of Buildings : . . .Hosking. 

See Ventilation. 

(See also Tract Supplement, p. 254.) 

Saracens (History of) :...Ockley. 

Sardinia (Kingdom of) * see Savoy, Piedmont, 
(Island of) ; Smyth . Tyndale. 

Savinos' Banks : Pratt. . . Pratt. 

Savoy — History : Pozzo, Savoy (Monum, et 
5bnp<.)... Tyndale. 

Saxony — History: BSttiger. 


(Ancient Scandinavians.) 
Historians : Scripta, 
Manners and Customs: Mallet „,Mhilet. 
Mythology and Superstitions :...Miiller. 
Travels: Hakluyt hfol, 1), Pinkerton(vol. 6). 

See Denmark, Norway, Sweden. 
See Transactions (Denmark), p. 313. 

ScHLESWio AND HoLSTEiN QUESTION : . . . Krieger, 
(See Tract Supplement, page 206.) 

Schools — Shrewsbury School : . . .Radclyfife. 
Merchant Taylors* School : . . . Wilson. 

See Education. 
Scientific Enquiry (Manual of):...Herschel. 


History (General) : BwAanan, Carrel, 
Drake, Lindsay, Scott (D.), ScoU (W.), 

SCOTLAND, HiSTORY(Qeneral),— contMMied.-^ 

Spotswood, Tytler, Univ, Hist, (Modem, 
vol. 41). 
Chronicles: Fordun, Heame (Pordun), 

Holinshed, Lindsay, Wyntimn. 
Origin of the Scots: Betham, 0^ Flaherty. 
preceding Malcolm in. (1056): Pinkerton, 
(1306-29) Robert Bruoe (l) : Barbomr, 

Malcolm m. to 1370 : Dalrymph. 
1370, Accession of Stuarts to Mary; 

1249-1608: Tytler. 
1670-73: Bannatyne, 
Mary: Mary Q. of Scots :...ld9Tj. 
Mary and James VI. : Robertson (yd, 1-2.) 
during Civil Wars and Commonwealth 
of England: Baillie, Burnet, Mon- 
teth, Spalding, 
James i. to the Union (1608-1709): 

The Union: Xodb^orf... Defoe. 
Rebellion, 1745: Home, Johndone ... 

Border History to the Union :...Ridpath. 
Documentary History. 

Collection of Pieces : Churchyard. 
State Papers, James vi. : James Yi. 

1702-45: Lockhart, 
Acts of the Parliament (1424-1707: Sta- 

Topography and Antiquities : Cfrose, Scott, 
Scotland... VoTsyih, Scotland. 

Dictionaries: Capper, Carlisle, Gorton, 

Tours: QUpin, Gordon, Johnson, Pennant, 
PinkerUm (vol. 8)...Botfield, Burt 

CuchuUin Hills in Sky e:... Forbes. 

Highlanders — Mannens, Sports, ^. :...St. 
John, Skene. 

See Hebrides. 

SCOTLAND (Church of). 

History: Spotswood... Dempster. 
since the Reformation : Cloud of Wit- 

nesses, Harington... Argyll. 
from the Reformation to James Yi.: Col- 

derwood, Keith, Spotswood, 
1660-88: Kirkton, Wodrow. 
The Covenanters :... Napier. 
Government, Succession of Bishops, ftc. : 

Harington, Keith, Spotswood. 
Religious Houses^, temp. Reformation: 


ScBiPTORES [Collections of Historians]. 

Rerum Alamannicarum : ... Goldastus (in 

Anglicarum: Bertram, Britannicarum, 
Camden, Gale, SarUe, Twysden. 

Bohemicarum : . . . Freherus. 

Boicarum:...Oefelius (in Addenda). 

Britannicarum: (see above, Anglicarum). 

Gallicarum (Historiens) : Bouquet. 

Germanicarum : Pertz, iS^ruriiM... Frehe- 
rus, Heineccius, Pistorius, Scbardius, 
Urstisius, WegeUnus ... Meibomius 
(in Addenda). 
Septentrionalium : . . .Lindenbrogius. 

Hibemicarum: (/Conor. 

Hi8panicarum:...Bel (in Addenda). 



ficumoBBB, — continned : — 

Renim Hungaricanxm : . . .Schwandtneros. 
Islandicanmi : Scripta. 
MoBcoyiticarum : . . . KusBia. 
Nonnannoram : Ihbchetne. 
Sabaudiie: Savoy. 
Sueyicanim : . . . W^^linuB. 
Turciconun : . . .0haux>ndyla8. 

ScBiFTURBs: Bee Bible. 

SCULPTURE: see Thorwaldsen...CanoYa (in 

Works on the Art of: A Iberti, OeUmi, Flax- 

man, QuatrenUre... BoiiAri, 
History of: Cicoffnara, EvdynU Mite, 

Collections of Ancient Sculptures, &c. : Att- 

gustinus, Dilettanti, Quatran^re, Spence 

...Lanzi, Museo, Museum, 
in England : Carter, Dilettanti. 

See ANTiQUiTUBSy Abt. 


Lives of Sculptors : see Bioobapht (Sculp- 

Selbornb — Natural History: White. 
SsRPSNT (Worship of the) : Deane. 
Sebvia, History. 

The Servian Revolution :...Ranke. 
Sewebaoe: see Sanitabt Refobm. 

Shaksspeabx Socixtt — Publications : 


AUet/n Papers Collier. 

A Ueyn*s (Edw.) Memoirs Collier. 

Chester Plays Wright. 

CoverUrio! Ludua {Coventry 

Mysteries) Halliwell. 

Dekker's Patient Orissd Collier. 

Fools and Jesters Collier. 

Forde, Honour Triwniphant,Ae, 

Oosson, 8(Aool of Abuse, 

Halpim,'s Oberon's Fmon illus- 

ffeywood's Edward TV Field. 

Heywood's Apology for Actors. 

Jonaon*8 Conversation vnth 

Na$h*s Pierce Penniless Collier. 

Northbrooke's Treatise a^inst 

Idle Pastimes Collier. 

Revels at Court Cunningham. 

Richard m. (The Ghost of). . Collier. 

Shakespeare, Merry Wives of 

Windsor Halliwell. 

Shakespeare, King Henry vi. Halliwell. 

Tarlton*s Jests Halliwell. 

2%ywn's Debate between Pride 

a/nd Lowliness Collier. 

Timon,aPlay Dyce. 

(In Supplement.) 

CoUier's Memoirs of Actors. 

Collier's Extracts from the 
Registers of the Station- 
ers' Company. 

Halli well's Fairy Mythology 
of a ** Midsummer 
Night's Dream." 


Shaxespeabb SodSiT, Publicatioiu^ — am* 
tiivued: — 

HaUiweU, " Marriage ofWit 
and Wisdom/' an Inter- 

Henslowe's Diary Collier. 

Heywood's Fair Maid of the 

Exchange Field. 

Jones (Inigo), life, Masques, 

&c Collier. 

More (Sir Thomas), a Flay... Dyoe. 

Rich's (6.) Farewell to MiU- 
tarie Profession. 

Shakespeare's Henry iv. ... Halliwell. 

Shakespeare, the old Taming 

of a Shrew Amyot. 

(In Addenda.) 

Simrock's Remarks HallxwelL 

Sheep — Natural and Commercial Histonr: 

Shells: see Concholoot. 
Shbewsbubt School : . . .Baddyfb. 


History: Turpin. 
Description: Kcempfer, 
Embassy to : Crawfwrd, 


Conquest of: Coxe, 

Travels: BeU, Purchas (vol. 3, book 2)... 


History: Oregorio... Qregono, Amari. 
Travels: Jloare, ffttghes. 

Syracuse: Seume. 
Antiquities: Serradifalco, 

(Grecian) : . . . Hogg. 

(Norman): Kni^. 

atAg^gentum: CockereU, 

Coins :...Paruta. 
Statistics : SmyUh ( W, H,) 
Laws: . . .Ghregorio. 

SiOHT : see Ete, Optics. 

Sikhs (The) : see India. 


History: Cwreus, 

Moral andEoolesiastioal State : PreimStkige^ 

SiKDE : see India. 

SLAVE TRADE : Bwndind, BuxUm, Portia- 
liament (Reports), J^ve TVocie. 
in the W. Indies : Barclay, Jamaica, 
in America : Beaumont, Orahame. 
its Abolition : Clarkson, Dupin, Wilberforoe, 
Right of Search: Wheaton. 

(See also Tbactf Catalooue, p. 505-4; 
and Sufplembnt, p. 257). 

Slavonic Nations (Remarks on):...Krmain8ki, 

Small Books on Obbat Subjects. (See under 
the following in the Supplement.) 

1. Philosophical Theories. 

2. Physiology and Philosophy. 
8. Barlow on Insanity. 

4. Chemistry (Organic). 
5-6. Philosophy (Greek). 

7. Christian Doc^ine in n. Centoxy. 

8. Brown RediviTus. 



Shall Books on Great Subjiotb,— «on<MMifcI; 

9. Physiology (Vegetable). 

10. Law (Criminal). 

11. Christian Sects in xn. Century. 

12. Grammar. 

13. Geology. 

14. Christianity (State of Man before). 

15. Humboldt's Thoughts. 

16. Employers (Beroonsibilities of). 

17. Christum Doctnne in xn. Century. 

SooiAUSK: ... France (p, 62), Blano, Borie, 
Considerant, Franck, Proudhon. 
against:... Thiers. 
See Laboub. 

Soomns (Scientific and Literary). 
See under Tranaaetiont, 


Works on the Progress and Profmects of: 
Brown J Oapefigue, Ckenevix, Hamilton, 
Hampden, MSrimie^ Soutkejf, StwxH... 
Ballanche, Berry, Bowles. 

History of Civilization: (?Mtzo^...Guizoty 

See also Ethics. 


History and Antiquities: CoUinson. 

Bishopricks to A.D. 1174: Ecduiastical, 

Glastonbury: Heame. * 

Taunton : . . .Toulmin. 

Bath Abbey Church : CathedrcUt, 
Sessions Roll : Somenet, 
Geology : De la Beche, 

SONGS (CoLLEcnoNs of). 

English : Aihinf Cro^, Dalrymple, BiUon, 
Songs... SoBgB, Kump Pari. 

London Pageants : . . . Fairholt. 
Scottish: RiUton. 

Jacobite: Hogg, 
Irish : Crosby, Ireland (Oroker). 
French :...Leroux (in Addenda), 
of Bretagne : . . . Villemarqu6. 
Germany : . . . Erlach. 
Greece: Songs, 

See also Ballads, Poetbt. 
Sophists (The): Athenceus (Deipnosophista), 
South Pole : see Abctio (Antarctic Regions). 


History : Beawes, Busk, />ufiAam, Hertford, 
Lembke, Mariana, Univ, Hist. (Modern, 
vol. 16-18). ..Bel (in Addenda). 
(711-1248), The Mohammedan Dynas- 
ties: Cardonne, Condt, Cfayangos, 

Annals of Aragon and Nayarre: Jfor- 

tina, Zurita, 
(1350), Pedro of Castillo :...Merimte. 
Expulsion of the Moors: Qeddetf Tracts, 

(1469-1516), Ferdinand and Isabella: 

(1618-57), Charles v.: Cbrtot v., Bobert- 

son {rol. 8-6). 
(1657-1621), Philip n. and in.: Watson, 
(I621-I700), Philip IV. and Charles u. : 


SPAIN, History,--cofUti»ued.*— 
Charles n. : Mahon. 

(1701-14), Succession under Louis xiv. : 
Louis xiv., Mahon, Mignet, VanU. 
« (1700-88), (House of Bourbon) PhiUp V. 
and Charles nr. : Ooxe, Samte-Phi- 
(1807-14), Revolution, War, &o. : Nd- 
lerto, Sdiipder, Toreno, 

See also Miutabt Hibiobt (Peidnsa- 

(1822-3), Revolution and War in: 6br- 
narvon, Chateaubriand, Pec^iio, 
(1840), Contest in: Evans, 
Antiquities (Monumental and Artifltlei^; 
Aldrete...FeTez de Villa Amil. 
(Arabian): Antiquedades, Qowry, 
Travels and Descriptions: Bedford, Bat* 
row, Bourgoing, Brooke, Clarke, Cook 
(S. £.), DilUm, Doblado, FeeUng, IngUs, 
Jacob, Labofde, Pinkerton (voL B), 
Swinburne, Toumsend, I^miss . . . Ford, 
Ponz, Quinet, Widdrington^ 
Ghranada: Carter, 
Hand Book : . . .Murray (Ford). 
Coasting Pilot: Tq/ino, 
Laws, (institutions, kc : Marina, Sjpam, 
Civil Law of Castille : Asso, 

See Tbansaotions. 

(See Tractf Catalogue, p. 609). 

See Basque Pbovuices. 

Spalatbo — Palace of Diocletian at : . . .il dasn. 

Spas: see Mineeal Watebs. 

SPEECHES (Collections of). 

in Parliament: Brougham, Bwfke, Caim^ 

bdl. Canning, Chatham, Fox, Cfrattan, 

Horsley, Huskisson, Peel, Pitt, BomiUif, 

Sheridan, TTifHiAam... Canning, King. 

since Charles I. :...Hazlitt. 

Royal, since the Restoration : Kinge, 

at the Bar: Campbdl, Curran, JErJane,., 

(American) : Clay, Everett, Webster, 


Games and Sports : Smith (H.), Strutt, 

Treatise against : Northhrooke, 

Hunting, Hawking, &o. : Oppianus ... 

WiM Sports of the Highlands:... St John, 
Tennb: Lukin, 

Staitobdshibb — History and Antiquities:... 
Natural ICstoiy:... Plot. 

Staoi (The) : see Dbaxa. 

Stanley Fajolt (Genealogy of) : Ormerod. 

Stabs (Catalogues of) : see Astbonomt. 

SKAin Pafebs : see under Enqlahd, and 

Statios: see Mechanics. 

SrATierncs: Facts and Figures, MaeeuUoA, 
Moreau, Registration, Statistics, TVatuae- 
tions (Statist. &)c.)...Banfield, Quetelet, 

See also under Enolahd, Fdiangi. 



Statutes: Statutes, 

Treatbeson: DwarrU, i^arren... Dwarris. 

See Parliament. 

Steam Engine (The). 

Aooounts of its Invention, &c. : HcM, 
Pamhour, Tredgold . . . Lardner, Par- 

Steam Naval Architecture : Tredgdld. 

See Railways. 

Stoke (The) : Civiale, Petit. 

Stobms (Law of) : see Meteoeoloot. 

Stowe Babdolph — Muniments .... Hare (Sir T.) 

Strawberbt Hill — Description : WaZpoU 
(vol. 2). 
Catalogue:... Catalogue (page 32). 

Stuabt Familt : see Pretender. 


Topography : . . . Hawsted and Hardwick, 
Hengrave: Gage, 
Ballads, &c. of: Suffolk Qarland, 

SuOAR — Growth of, in France : Dupin, 

Sumatra (Island of) — History : Marsden, 

SuNiUM — ^Arohitect. Remains: Attica, 

Superstitions (Popular) : .8ran<i... Mayo. 
Mysterious Ringings of Bells : Moor, 

See Apparitions, Witchcraft. 

SuROERT: Bourgery. 

Essays: Cooper , ^ar^... Halle. 
Dictionary : Cooper (S.) 

See Anatomy, Medicine. 


Topography and Antiquities : Manning, 
Mickleham Church : Robinson, 


Topography and Anti(]|uities : Horsfidd, 

Arundel Castle : . . .Tiemey. 
Views of the Coast : . . .Gilpin, 
Pedigrees of Families : . . . Berry. 

SwABDk (History of) : PjUter, 
See Germany. 

Swallow (The) — on its Brumal Retreat: For- 


History Dunham, Ckijer, Univ, Mist, 
{Modem, vol. 29-30), Ferto^.. Chris- 
tine... Geijer (in Addenda). 
Charles xii. ; Voltaire (vol. 20). 
Travels : Barrow, Brooke, Coxe, ffeber, 


HistoiT : Mailer, Planta, Switzerland, 

Univ, Hist. (Modern, vol. 32), Yitus^ 

Travels: Boddington, Burnet, Coze, Mel 

Panorama of:... Keller. 

Stnonymes: see under Language. 

SxruiUB: ^nica«toro...Barth^4my. 


Travels: Browne, BurMardt, My, Bo- 

Ruins of Palmyra and Balbec: Wood (R.) 
See Palestine. 

TALES (Collections of). 

(Early English): ffartshome, Painter... 

(Welsh): Mabinogion, 
(French) Fabliaux (xi. to xv. Centuiy): 

Barbaxan, Le Qrand...Z\Aims\. 
(German): Schre%ber...QTimm, Miuiiii. 
(Italian): BaccoUa. 
(Indian): Schoolcraft. 

See Poetry, Romances. 


History: De Ouignes, 
Travels and Descriptions : AstUy (voL i), 
Bumes, Cochrane, Davis, Dn Holds, 
Marco Polo, Bamusio (vol 2), Wood. 

Tar Water: Berkeley (vol. 3). 


Principles of: Alison, Knight (JZ. P.), Pic- 
tor, Price. 
On the Sublime, Beautiful, &c. : Bntie 
(vol. 1), Cameron, Caimn...Macvicar. 
See Art, Criticism. 


Principles and Sources of Taxation : Jones, 

Martineau. . .M 'CuUoch. 
Ship Money : . . .Prynne. 
Taxes on Land : . . .Brodie. 
Income Tax: Income... WeUR, Willich. 

(See Tract Supplement, p. 260-1.) 

Tea, on the Culture of:... Ball. 

Teeth (The) : Nicholles...ABhhwmer, Owen, 
Artificial: Koecker, 

Telescope: Holland,„'Komd, 

Templars (Knights) : Baynowtrd, TempUert, 

Temple Church (The)— Architecture, &c: 

Testament : see Bible. 

Tetanus : . . . Curling. 

Thames Tunnel : Brund, 

Theatre : see Drama. 

Thebes, Survey of: WUkmson, 
See Egypt. 


See Chribtianitt. 

History: Ormerod, 
(Systematic) : Dens, JM. 
(Natural) : Bvdcingham, Bwrgess, Cheyne, 
Crombie, Bay, Maistre, Martinean, 
PaUy, StUUngfUet, Stmmer, Warimr- 
ton (vol. 9), 
as deduced from the Physical Univene: 
Bridoewater Treatises, Butler, 
Conybeare, MacculUKk ... PoweU, 



Thesaurus : see Dictionaries. 

Thibet, Embassy to : Turner {8.) 

Thoricus — Architectural Remains : AtHca, 

Tides of the Irish Sea:...Beechey. 
of the Pacific : . . . Whewell. 

Tithes, History of: Sdden (vol, 8)...Spelman. 
Tithe Commutation Tables: Wilhch, 

(See also Tract Catalogue, p. 517). 

Toleration: CoUibroke, Locke {vol. 6), RocQ' 

Topes (Indian Buildings called) : WiUon. 

Topography: see under England. 

(Foreign) : see Voyages, Travels, and Anti- 
quities, under each country. 

Torture, on use of, in Criminal Law of Eng- 
land: Jardvne. 

Tracts, Collections of: see Tract Catalogue. 

Teactarian Controverst: Fnmde, Taylor*» 
Ancient Christianity. 
(See Catalogue, p. 810; Tract Cata- 
logue, p. 518-19; and Tract Sup- 
plement, p. 262). 

Trade AND Commerce : Maecvlloch...AimuaiTe. 
History: Macpherton. 

(iVncient) : . . .Gilbart. 

(England): Davenant. 
Conmierdal Tariff : Macffregor, Okey. 

(See also Tract Supplement, p. 262-8). 
Tradition op the Church:... Powell. 
Tragedt : see Drama. 
Transportation: Whately.. Mwoonoctue. 

See also Colonies. 

Transylvania — Description : . . .Paget. 


round the Worid:... Simpson. 

in Europe, Asia, and Africa: CorycU, 

Hammer {Evliyd), Lithgow, RvMegger. 
Collections: Conder, Murray. 
In part