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IN THE CUSTODY OE ThE 

BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



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CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



BOO K S, 



BELONGING TO 



The Library Company of Philadelphia; 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, 

A SHORT ACCOUNT 

OF THE 

INSTITUTION, 

WITH THE 

CHARTER, LAWS and REGULATIONS. 



COMMUNITER BONA PROFUNDERE DEORUM EST* 



PHILADELPHIA* 

PRINTED BY ZACHARIAH POULSON, JUNIOR, IN FOURTH-STRSET^ 
BETWEEN MARKET-STREET AND ARCH-STREET, 



M DCC LXXX1X. 
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A SHORT 



ACCOUNT 



C F THE 



LIBRARY. 



T 5 HE foundation of the prefent library was laid in 
the year 173 1, a period when Philadelphia af- 
forded little afliflance to the enquiries of the ftudious. 
A number of gentlemen having raifed the fum of one 
hundred pounds by fubfcription, a fmall library was 
formed upon principles the bed calculated to dhTeminate 
knowledge: the books were not, as in many of the 
public libraries of Europe, confined to the apartments, 
but the fubfcribers were allowed to carry them home for 
a reafonable fpace of time. 

The plan foon became popular; acceffions to the 
number of members took place, and the flock of books 
was annually encreafed by purchafes at the company's 
expence, and liberal donations from perfons both at 
home and abroad. 

The then proprietaries of Pennfylvania appear to 
have taken a patriotic pleafure in the encouragement of 
the plan. Befides feveral valuable donations, they 
granted a charter of incorporation in the year 1742. 

A 



iv An Account of the Library. 

A fpirit of literary improvement made its way among 
all clalTes of people, and the philanthropy of the great 
and amiable character* who fuggefted the plan, was 
gratified by tracing the books as well into the hands of 
the opulent, with whom literature is fometimes no more 
than one of the ornaments of civil life, as among thofe 
to whom it renders a more fubftantial benefit. Letters, 
while they employ the leifure of the artifl, reconcile 
him to his labor; by removing groffer relaxations they 
promote his health, while they enlarge his mind; a.nd 
prolong his life, while they teach him to enjoy it. 

The refpe&able and intelligent character of the latter 
clafs of people in Philadelphia and its environs, cannot 
be referred to a more probable caufe, than the habits 
of reading promoted by this infti union. 

The great utility and fuccefs of this meafure, occa- 
fioned the formation of other libraries upon fimilar prin- 
ciples. But as it appeared more conducive to the interefts 
of literature, to be poffeffed of one large, than of feverai 
fmaller collections of books, coalitions gradually took 
place among them, till the Amicable, the AfTociation 
and the Union Companies were blended with the Li- 
brary Company of Philadelphia, the title conferred by 
the charter. 



•j. 



Since this event, which took place in the year 1769, 
the members and the property of the company have 
continued to encreafe ; the former being now between 
five and fix hundred in number. The number of vo- 
lumes, at prefent, amounts to eight thoufand, the felec- 
tion of which, has in general been calculated to pro- 
mote the more important intereils of fociety. And the 
flock of books is continually encreafed by occafional 
donations, annual importations and purchafcs of every 
American production of merit. 

Some 
* Doctor Franklin. 



An Account of the Library. v 

Some valuable machines and apparatus for the pur- 
pofes of natural philofophy, &c. and a variety of curious 
artificial and natural productions alfo belong to the 
company, and are depofited in their apartments. It 
was not thought neceffary to infer t the particulars of 
them in the prefent catalogue, but lifts are in the pofTef- 
fion of the Librarian, who attends to (how them at 
dated times,* and the Directors, on proper occafions, 
permit the inftruments to be made ufe of. 

Befides the collection, the perfonal property confifts 
of fome monies at interefl; the fales of fhares, which 
fince the year 1768, have been fixed at ten pounds, and 
the annual payment of ten fhillings from each member. 

A houfe and lot of ground which belonged to the 
Union Company; two lots of ground (one the generous 
donation of the late Thomas Penn, Efquire,) and feve- 
ral ground rents conftitute the real eftate. 

The members hold the property as tenants in com- 
mon, and difpofe of their ihares by will or deed; but 
the afient of the Directors, as well in fuch cafes as in 
cafe of an original purchafe, is previoufly neceffary — a 
reflriction early adopted, in order, as much as poflible, 
to prevent improper perfons from having accefs to a 
collection of a nature fo liable to injury. 

Ten Directors and a Treafurer are annually elected 
by the members: the Directors appoint a Secretary 
and a Librarian, — for the refpective powers and duties 
of whom, the reader is referred to the charter and the 
fubfequent laws and regulations. 

* The prefent time, is on Saturday mornings, from ten till 
twelve o'clock. 

THE 



THE 



CHARTER. 



JOHN PENN, THOMAS PENN, and 
RICHARD PENN, Efquires, true and 
abfolute proprietaries of the province of Penn- 
fylvania, and counties of Newcaftle, Kent, and 
SufTex, upon Delaware: To all to whom thefe 
prefents fhall come, greeting. Whereas Ben- preamble. 
jamin Franklin, Robert Grace, Anthony Ni- 
cholas, Thomas Cadwalader, William Coleman, 
Thomas Godfrey, Henry Pratt, Benjamin Paf- 
chall, Jofeph Breintnall, John Jones, jun. Sa- 
muel Hale, William Parfons, Nicholas CafTel, 
Francis Richardfon, William Maugridge, Da- 
vid Bufli, Thomas Hopkinfon, Philip Syng, 
Jacob Duche, Evan Morgan, Jofeph Stretch, 
John Pafchall, Nicholas Scull, Thomas Green, 
Hugh Roberts, Rees Lloyd, John Roberts, 
Richard Standley, John Nicholas, John Sober, 
Charles Read, Daniel Harrifon, James Morris, 
Thomas Shaw, John Read, Jofhua Richey, 
James Hamilton, William Plumfted, John Bard, 
Samuel Morris, John Stamper, Samuel Norris, 
John Mifflin, John Langdale, Samuel Coates, 
Samuel Rhoads, Jofeph King, Alexander 
Graydon, James Merrywether, Anthony Mor- 
ris, jun. Tobias Grifcom, Charles Willing, 
Ifaac Williams, William Allen, Jofeph Peters, 
Richard Peters, Thomas Clay, Phineas Bond, 

Ifrael 



viii The Charter. 

Ifrael Pemberton, jun. Robert Grecnway, Wil- 
liam Crofthwaite, William Callender, George 
Emlen, jun. Ifaiah Warner, Tench Francis, 
James Bingham, Charles Meredith, Samuel 
M c Call, Hugh Davy, Amos Strettell, Benja- 
min Shoemaker, Jofeph Hatton, Andrew Ha- 
milton, Thomas Bond, and William Peters, 
have, at a great expence, purchafed a large 
and valuable collection of ufeful books, in or- 
der to erect a library for the advancement of 
knowledge and literature, in the city of Phila- 
Motivesto delphia; Now know ye, That we being truly 
this grant, fenfible of the advantage that may accrue to 
the people of this province, by fo ufeful an 
undertaking, and being willing to encourage 
the fame, Have given and granted, and by 
thefe prefents do, for us, our heirs and fuccef- 
Names of fors, give and grant, That the faid Benjamin 
lei graR " Franklin, Robert Grace, Anthony Nicholas, 
Thomas Cadwalader, William Coleman, Tho- 
mas Godfrey, Henry Pratt, Benjamin Pafchall, 
Jofeph Breintnall, John Jones, jun. Samuel 
Hale, William Parfons, Nicholas CaiTel, Fran- 
cis Richardfon, William Ivlaugridge, David 
Bum, Thomas Hopkinfon, Philip Syng, Jacob 
Duche, Evan Morgan, Jofeph Stretch, John 
Pafchall, Nicholas Scull, Thomas Green, Hugh 
Roberts, Rees Lloyd, John Roberts, Richard 
Standley, John Nicholas, John Sober, Charles 
Read, Daniel Harrifon, James Morris, Tho- 
mas Shaw, John Read, Jolhua Richey, James 
Hamilton, William Plumited, John Bard, Sa- 
muel Morris, John Stamper, Samuel Norris, 
John Mifflin, John Langdale, Samuel Coates, 
Samuel Rhoads, Jofeph King, Alexander Gray- 
don, James Merrywether, Anthony Morris, 
jun. Tobias Grifcom, Charles Willing, Ifaac 
Williams, William Allen, Jofeph Peters, Ri- 
chard Peters, Thomas Clay, Phineas Bond, 

Ifrael 



The Charter* ix 

Krael Pemberton, jun. Robert Greenway, Wil- 
liam Crofthwaite, William Callender, George 
Emlen, jun. Ifaiah Warner, Tench Francis, 
James Bingham, Charles Meredith, Samuel 
M c Call, Hugh Davy, Amos Strettell, Benja- 
min Shoemaker, Jofeph Hatton, Andrew Ha- 
milton, Thomas Bond, and William Peters, 
and fuch other perfons as mail hereafter be ad- 
mitted, or become members of The Library 
Company of Philadelphia, according to the laws 
and conftitutions of the faid company, hereaf- 
ter to be made, be, and for ever herafter mall 
be, by virtue of thefe prefents, one body cor- 
porate and politic in deed, by the name of The 
Library Company of Philadelphia ; and them by Name of 
the name of The Library Company of Phila- thecompa- 
delphia, one body politic and corporate in ny ' 
deed and in name, we do for us, our heirs and 
fucceffors, fully create, conflitute and confirm 
by thefe prefents ; and that by the name of The 
Library Company of Philadelphia, they (hall 
have perpetual fuccefiion; and that they, by 
the name of The Library Company of Philadel- 
phia, be, and at all times hereafter mall be, 
perfons able and capable in law, to have, hold, p C wer to 
receive, and enjoy lands, tenements, rents, li- ^ old ianJ *> 
berties, franchises, and hereditaments, in fee- 
iimple, or for term of life, lives, years, or 
otherwife; and alfo goods, chattels, and other 
things, of what nature, kind or quality foever. 
And alfo to give, grant, let, fell, or aflign, 
the fame lands, tenements, hereditaments, goods 
and chattels ; and to do and execute ail other 
things about the fame, by the name aforefaid : 
And alfo, that they and their fucceffors, by 
the name of The Library Company of Philadel- 
phia, be, and mail be, for ever hereafter, per- 
fons able and capable in law, to fue and be p owe rto 
fued, plead and be impleaded, anfwer and be fue » &c - 

b anfwered 



g The Charter. 

anfwcred unto, defend and be defended, in all 
or any of the courts, or other places, and be- 
fore any judges, juftices, and other perfons 
whatfoever, in all manner of a&ions, fuits, 
complaints, pleas, caufes and matters whatfo- 
ever, and of what nature or kind foever. And 
that it fhall and may be lawful to and for the 
faid Library Company of Philadelphia, and 
their fucceffors, for ever hereafter, to have 
To have one common feal for their ufe, in their affairs ; 

fea C i! mm0n an ^ t ^ le ^ ame at l ^ c ' ir w ^ anc * pleafure to change 
and alter. And for the well governing and or- 
dering the affairs of the faid company, we do, 
for us, our heirs, and fucceffors, further grant, 
Power to That it fhall and may be lawful for the faid 

make laws! company, and their fucceffors, to affemble and 
meet together on the firfl Monday in May in 
every year, and at fuch other times as there 
fhall be occafion, at their library, or fome other 
convenient place, due and public notice being 
given at leaf! twenty days before the times of 
fuch meetings; not only of the day, hour and 
place, of fuch meeting, but of the caufe there- 
of, and of the matters to be tranfacted at fuch 
meeting. And that they, the faid company, or 
Quorum. one fourth part of them at lead, being fo met, 
in perfon, or by proxy duly conftituted in writ- 
ing, fhall have full power and authority, from 
time to time, to make, conflitute, and eflablifh 
fuch laws, flatutes, orders and conflitutions, as 
fhall appear to them, or the major part of them, 
to be good and ufeful, honeft and neceffary, 
according to the bed of their judgment and 
difcretion, for the government, regulation, and 
direction of the Library Company, and every 
member thereof; and for the appointing and 
regulating the election or nomination of Direc- 
tors, Treafurer, Librarian, Secretary, and 
fuch, and fo many other officers as they mail 

think 



The Charter. xi 

think fit; and for limiting and appointing their 
trufl and authority; and for the admitting new 
members; and to do all things concerning the 
government, eftate, goods, lands, revenues, as 
alfo all the bufmefs and affairs of the faid com- 
pany. All which laws, ftatutes, orders, and Laws fo 
constitutions, fo to be made as aforefaid, (hall ^ ( i e i tobe 
be binding on every member, and be from time & c . 
to time inviolably obferved, according to the 
tenor and effect of them, provided that they be 
not repugnant or contrary to the laws of En- 
gland, or this government. Provided always^ 
That for the increafe and prefervation of the 
faid library, every member of the faid compa- 
ny mail and do pay into the hands of the faid Yearly 
company's Treasurer, for the time being, the to 7 " 1 ^ 18 
fum of ten fhillings, on the firft Monday in made. 
May, in every year for ever; and thofe who 
neglect fo to do, fhall pay fuch greater fum or 
fums in lieu thereof, at fuch times, within 
twelve months then next following, as by the 
laws of the faid company mail be appointed: 
And that in default of thefe payments, every Forfeit oa 
delinquent (hall forfeit his {hare in the books default, 
and eftate of the faid company, and be no long- 
er a member. In teftimony whereof, we have 
caufed the Great Seal of our faid province to 
be hereunto affixed. WITNESS George 
Thomas, Efq. lieutenant-governor, and com- 
mander in chief of the faid province and coun- 
ties, at Philadelphia, the twenty-fifth day of 
March, in the fifteenth year of the reign of 
our fovereign lord king George the fecond, 
and in the year of our Lord one thoufand fe- 
ven hundred and forty- two, by virtue of cer- 
tain powers and authorities to him for this pur- 
pofe (inter alia) granted by the faid proprieta- 
ries. 

GEO. THOMAS. 



THE 



A W S. 



A haw direcling the manner of admitting new 

members* 

IT IS ENACTED by the Library Company 
of Philadelphia, That no perfon who mall 
hereafter become poffeffed of a ihare in the 
books and effects of the faid company, fliall be 
thereby entitled to a vote in any of their affairs, 
or be deemed a member, without firft being 
approved of by the Directors for the time be- None t» 
ing ; nor {hall any perfon, other than the heirs, ^ a ^ I £ 
executors, or affigns of a member of the faid out' being 
company, be entitled to a mare in the books, ^ ved * ? ~ 
eftate and effects of the faid company, without &c. 
paying into the hands of the faid company's 
Treafurer, fo much money as in the judgment 
of the faid Directors a Ciare fhall then be 
Worth. 

And it is further enacled, That upon appro- 
bation of the Directors, and payment of the 
faid money, the party paying it, mail receive Treafurer 
of the Treafurer a certificate under his hand, £L§™; tc * 

and 



xiv The Laws. 

and the feal of the company, containing the 
name of the perfon and the fum paid, the 
time when, and the account or ufe for which 
Record to he paid it : of all which a record fhall be made 
be made. - m t h e records of the faid company. Which 
certificate fhall entitle the perfon therein men- 
tioned, to a fhare in the company's books, 
sftate and effects, and to be deemed a member. 



A Law for prefer ving a juji equality among the 
members^ and to prevent the inconveniences 
that may arife by any perfons holding more 
than one fhare. 



i 



T IS ENACTED, for the prefervation of 
a juft equality among the members of the 
No mem- Library Company, That no perfon being a 
Y* j fl ? a11 member, and holding a fhare in the library, &c. 
iiiare to fhall grant, fell, or convey to any other mem- 
another ^er, or accept of a grant, bargain, fale, or 
ice. other conveyance or affurance from any other 

member, of any fhare or fliares in the books, 
Penalty, eflate, and effects of the faid company ; on pe- 
nalty of forfeiting to the company fuch fhare 
or fliares, fo pur chafed, fold, granted, or con- 
veyed. 

No mem- AND if any member, as executor or admi- 
ber.to have n j^- rator f another, or by any other means, 

more tli 'in 

one vote, come to have in his hands a plurality of fliares, 

&c - he fhall not thereby be entitled to more than 

one vote at elections, or on any other occafion, 

nor have a right to take out more books at one 

time than any other member. 

A Law 



The Laws, Xv 

A Law for regulating elections of officers , and 
declaring their trujl and duty. 

FO R the better prefervation of order and 
government among the Library Company 
of Philadelphia, and in the ufe, application and 
management of the monies, library and effects 
of the faid company, IT IS ENACTED, 
That the members of the faid company (hall, Members 
in perfon, or by proxy, annually attend at the ^""^iT 
place of election in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday in 
the firft Monday of the month of May, in eve- May * 
ry year; and that as many as fo meet, and ap- 
pear to be duly qualified, mail proceed to the 
choice of a perfon of the company, to be the 
company's Treafurer, and ten other perfons of Treafurer 
the company, to be Directors for the year next JJ-JatoJ 
enfuing, and fo from year to year. The place to be 
of election to be agreed on by the Directors of chofen - 
the current year, and notified by their Secreta- 
ry, twenty days at lead before the election, by 
printed advertifements. The electors to chufe The choice 
by written tickets, each containing the names ^ Written 
of the ten perfons voted Directors, and the ticket*, 
name of the perfon voted Treafurer ; and thofe 
who {hall thereupon appear to have a majority 
of votes, {hall be the company's Treafurer., 
and the Directors, refpedtively, for the year 
enfuing. That the faid Directors {hall, and are Director* 
hereby required and empowered, to nominate t0 appoint 
fome fit perfon of the company to be their Se- ry . s w j 10 
cretary for the year enfuing, who {hall prefide &al1 C °J- 
and collect the votes at the election aforefaid, v e ote8> & c . 
and {hall faithfully enter, in a book to be kept 
for that purpofe, the names of the faid elec- 
tors, and the number of the names of the can- 
didates, according to the tickets, 

THAT 



kvi The Laws* 

THAT it fliall and may be lawful to and 

Electors for the electors aforefaid, when fo met, to 

Iffiftants"o a PP omt perfons to affift the Secretary in gather- 

thc secre- ing the votes, and entering and numbering the 

tary, &c. names f tne electors and perfons voted for, 

and other fervice appertaining to the election, 

and to appoint and direct any method and rule 

in proceeding to and making the faid election, 

fo as they appoint or direct nothing to prejudice 

the right of any member, or infringe thechar- 

ter or laws of the company. 

Director THAT if any perfon elected Director, mall 

adt U &? t£> re ^ e t0 a &> or ma ^ happen to die or depart 
the reft this province, fo as to be abfent for the fpace 
may nomi- f two m onths, in any of the firft ten months 

licit c *ino» J 

thcr. of the year for which he {hall be elected Direc- 
tor ; or if within the fame year, or term of his 
office, he {hall be confined by ficknefs, or 
otherwife rendered incapable of executing the 
office of a Director, according to the true 
meaning hereof, the reft of the Directors, as 
often as occafion fliall require, in any of the 
cafes aforefaid, fliall proceed in their duty and 
office without him ; or, if they think fit, they 
(hall nominate fome other fuitable perfon to 
fupply his place of a Director, until the then 
next enfuing election. 

Tteafbrer THAT if any perfon fo elected Treafurer, 

his Sle du n ty, flia11 abfent himfclf from his faid office for the 
&c. may fpace of thirty days, or fliall otherwife be ren- 
ed d &c la °" dered incapable, or neglect his office or duty 
of Treafurer, in the judgment of the Directors 
for the time being, it fliall and may be lawful 
for the directors to difplace him from any longer 
continuance in his faid office: and the Direc- 
tors caufing their Secretary to make a minute 
for the purpofe, containing their reafons for 

difplacing 



The Laws. xvii 

difplacing him, he (hall thereupon, and from 
thenceforth ceafe to be the Treafurer aforefaid ; 
and f hall , upon notice thereof, adjnft and fettle 
with the Directors, and pay and deliver the 
company's money and effects in his hands, to 
fuch perfon as the Directors fhall order and ap- 
point: and in that cafe, and fo often, and alfo How the 
if the Treafurer (hall depart this life, the per- "££%£ 
fon who at the laft election had the greateft plied, 
number of votes, next the higheil (if alive, 
willing and capable) fhall be fubftituted Trea- 
furer, to fupply the place of fuch deceafed or 
difplaced Treafurer ; for which purpofe the Se- 
cretaries prefiding at elections fhall preferve the 
votes: but if the faid perfon cannot, or will 
not, ferve, the Directors fhall nominate another 
perfon of the company, but not of their own 
number, to be Treafurer until the next annual 
election. 

THAT every perfon fo chofen to be the 
company's Treafurer, immediately upon enter- 
ing into his office, fhall receive of the preced- 
ing Treafurer, his heirs, executors or admini- 
flrators, the company's cafli and books of ac- 
counts, giving his receipt for the fame; and 
fhall enter into an obligation, with one fuffici- Treafurer 
ent furety, in double the value that doth, or ^^J^^ 
probably may come into his hands during the tion, &c. 
continuance of his office, as near as can be 
eftimated by the Directors, unto the Library 
Company of Philadelphia, conditioned that he 
will once a month, or oftener, if required, 
well and truly adjuft, account and fettle with 
them, for and concerning all monies that are 
or fhall come into his hands, belonging to the 
faid company; and that he will well and truly 
deliver up and. pay the balance of the monies 
remaining in his hands, together with the books 

c of 



xviii The Laws, 

of accounts concerning the fame, and the com* 
pany's papers in his keeping, unto his fucceffor 
in the faid office, or fuch other perfon or fer- 
vice as the Directors, for the time being, fhall 
order and appoint, and not otherwife; and that 
he will obferve, do, and execute all other 
things as the company's Treafurer aforefaid, 
according to the fenfe and true meaning of this 
law. 

Dire&ors THAT all officers and fervants belonging 
the C tther t0 l ^ e company, other than their Treafurer, 
©fficers,&c. fliall be in the choice, and under the order and 
direction of the Directors, who (hall be ac- 
countable for their fidelity, and may difplace 
them, and appoint others, as often as they 
Dire&ors, fhall think fit: which Directors fhall have the 
their p° w - power of calling general meetings, when they 
L y- * j u dg e it neceffary for the intereft of the com- 
pany, and fhall caufe due and public notice to 
be given of the occafion and defign or purpofe 
of fuch meetings ; and fliall nominate fome dif. 
creet member to prefide therein, and regulate 
the debates thereof: they fhall alfo have the 
difpofal of the monies paid to the Treafurer to 
and for the ufe and fervice of the library; they 
fliall have the choofing of books for the libra- 
ry ; the renting a houfe or place for the fervice 
of the library; the furnifhing the fame with 
prefles, fhelves, and other things neceffary and 
fit; the keeping and power of affixing the feal 
of the company ; w r hich feal fhall be and remain 
the fame that is now ufed and affixed to this 
law, until another fhall be appointed ; the lend- 
ing of books ; the appointing fecurities for the 
return of the books to the library, and the 
prices of the loans ; the printing and difperfing 
of catalogues ; the admiflion of new members, 
under the limitations and conditions now or 

hereafter 



The Laws, xix 

hereafter to be eftablilhed by the laws of the 
company; the fettling the accounts with the 
company's Treafurer; the payment of houfe- 
rent, fervants and officers wages, and all other 
incident charges belonging to the company. 
Moreover the Directors are hereby inverted 
with a difcretional power to make fuitable re- 
turns (on behalf of the company) unto fuch 
benefactors as ihall honor them by donations 
or otherwife, 

AND for the more orderly execution of 
the duty and truft belonging to the faid Direc- 
tors, they are hereby required to meet once a Directors 
month, at the place where the library fhall be ^ on {£J et 
kept, or fonie other fit place in the faid city of 
Philadelphia, to confer and conclude concern- 
ing the matters hereby committed to them. In 
every of which meetings of the Directors afore- Seven oi • 
faid, feven of their number met mall be a quo- them a 
rum, capable to confult, confer, and conclude c i uorum - 
of, and upon all matters appertaining to the 
Directors, according to the laws and conflitu- 
tions of the company: and whatever fix of the 
number fo met ihall fo conclude, mail be deem- 
ed and taken for and as the refolution of the 
Directors for the time, and accordingly entered 
in their minutes. 

THAT the charter granted to the faid charter to 
company mall be depofited in the library, for ^ jnthe 
the infpection and perufal of all perfons con- library. 
cerned; who mall alfo have recourfe to the 
journals of the Directors, the minutes and 
entries of their Secretaries, with the Trea- 
furer's accounts, and all other books and pa- 
pers belonging to the company ; and may, if the 
Directors think fit, take copies thereof. 

A Law 



xx The Laws, 

A Law for afcertaining the fines for neglecling 
the yearly payments, 

(Altered by a law patted the 13th. of March, 1769.) 



A Law for recording the laws of the company , 
and the names of fuch perfons as jhall here- 
after he admitted ?ne??ibers thereof &c. 



T 



O THE END that the laws of the Li- 
brary Company of Philadelphia may be 
fecurely preferved, and that every member of 
the faid company may have opportunity of be- 
ing fully acquainted therewith; It is hereby 
Laws to enacted by the faid company, that all laws pall- 
ed r ^c° ia " e ^ at t ^ ie g enera l meetings of the faid company, 
purfuant to their charter, fnall be recorded in 
a large bound book, of good paper, which 
fhall be fafely kept in the library for the peru- 
fal of the company; and that every law fo 
recorded, fhall be certified and fubfcribed in 
the faid book by the Secretary for the time, 
being. 

And it is hereby further enacled by the faid 

company, That every perfon who now is, or 

that hereafter fhall be admitted, and become a 

member of the faid company (other than thofe 

whofe names are inferted in the charter) mail 

Name,&c. have his name, and the time of his becoming 

°dnkt^d V a mem ^ er as aforefaid, recorded in the faid 

member to book f records, and certified by the Secretary, 

be record- as a f ore faid. And that all other matters and 

ed. 

things, which by the laws of the company are 
or fhall be directed to be put upon record, fhall 
alfo be recorded in the faid book. 

A Law 



The Laws, ^xi 

A Law for preventing any advantage by furvi- 
vorflnp^ among the members of the Library 
Company, 

T IS ENACTED, That the members of 
the Library Company of Philadelphia, fhall 
hold their eftate and intereft in the faid compa- 
ny, as tenents in common, and not as joint 
tenants. 

The foregoing laws were all enacled and pub* 
lifhed May the 3d. 1742. 

Signed by order, 

Joseph Breintnall, Secretary. 




A Law for reducing and fixing the price at 
which a Jhare in the library may be purchaf- 
ed^ and to enable the Direclors to difpofe of 
duplicates of books> &c. 

OR the increafing the funds of the Li- 
brary Company of Philadelphia, for the 
enlarging the collection of books and facilitat- 
ing the advancement of knowledge and litera- 
ture, IT IS ENACTED by the faid Library FixIngthe 
Company, That any perfon or perfons (who p«ce of a 
ftiall be approved of by the Directors for the ia " 
time being) fhall be admitted a member or 
members of the faid company, and be entitled 
to a fhare in the books, effects and eftate of 
the faid company, as fully, to all intents and 
purpofes, as any member now is, or may or 
can be, upon paying into the hands of the faid 
company's Treasurer, the fum of Ten Pounds, 

lawful 



xxii The Laws* 

lawful money of Pennfylvania, and receiving a 
certificate, &c. agreeably to the directions of a 
law directing the manner of admitting new 
members. 

And it is further enacled^ That the Direc- 
tors of the faid company for the time being, 
Directors fhall and may, from time to time, as to them 

tolaf du- ^ a ^ ^ eem meet > le ^ anc * difpofe °f ^ uc h dupli- 
piicates, cates and broken fets of books as mall be 

&c - found in the faid library, and the monies arifing 

from fuch fale to pay to the company's Trea- 

furer, for the ufe of the faid library. 

The above law was enacled and publijhed 
February 20, 1768. 

Francis Hopkinson, Secretary, 



A Law for afcertaining the fines for neglecting 
the yearly payments. 

WHEREAS by a law of the Library 
Company of Philadelphia, entitled, 
<c A Law for afcertaining the fines for neglect- 
ing the yearly payments, "/it is, amongfl other 
things, enacted, " That if any member or 
members of the faid company mail neglect to 
pay his or their yearly payments, for any time 
not exceeding three months, from and after the 
firft Monday in May, that he or they fhall pay 
the fum of Fi-ne Shillings as a fine, together 
with the faid Ten Shillings ;" which faid law 
has been found inconvenient and too finch 

It 



The Laws. XXm 

It is therefore hereby enacled, by the Library 
Company of Philadelphia aforefaid, That if 
any member make his yearly payment within 
ten days after the faid firft Monday in May, 
the fame {hall be excepted without a fine ; but 
if any member neglect to pay the yearly fum 
aforefaid, on the faid firft Monday in May, and 
for ten days afterwards, and for any time long- 
er, not exceeding three months from and after 
the faid firft Monday in May, fuch member Fines fet-J 
fliall pay to the Treafurer for the time being, tled - 
the fine of Five Shillings, together with his 
faid yearly payment. And for neglecting as 
aforefaid for any time above three months, and 
not exceeding fix months, the fine of Ten Shil- 
lings. And for neglecting as aforefaid for any 
time above fix months, and not exceeding nine 
months, the fine of Fifteen Shillings. And for 
neglecting as aforefaid for any time above nine 
months, and not exceeding twelve months, the 
fine of Twenty Shillings. Any thing in the 
faid recited law to the contrary in any wife 
notwithstanding. 

Enacted and publijhed the iph. of March, 
1769. 

Francis Hopkinson, Secretary. 



A Law 



fcxiv The Laws* 

A Law to enable the Directors of the Library 
Company of Philadelphia, to admit the mem- 
bers of the Union Library Company of Phila- 
delphia. 



w 



HE RE AS it is conceived that great 
advantages may arife to the public, as 
well as to the individual members, by a union 
of the Library Companies aforefaid. BE IT 
ENACTED by the Library Company of Phi- 
Dire&ors ladelphia, that their Directors for the time be- 
have pow- jng 5 ftiall have full power and authority to admit 
the° mem- tne members of the Union Library Company ; 
bersofthe and that each member fo admitted, fhall, by 
braryCom- virtue thereof, be entitled to an equal mare of 
pany. all the eflate both real and perfonal, belonging 
to the faid Library Company of Philadelphia, in 
common with their other members; and fhall 
receive accordingly certificates thereof. Pro- 
vided always, That, previous thereto, the faid 
Union Library Company do afiign over and 
convey all their eflate, both real and per- 
fonal, to the faid Library Company of Phila- 
delphia, and deliver pofTeiTion thereof to the 
Directors for the time being; fubject neverthe- 
lefs to all fuch contracts heretofore made and 
now fubfilting between the faid Union Library 
Company and any of their members, as the 
faid Directors fhall deem proper and expedient. 

Enacled and publijhed the 13th. of March, 
1769. 

Francis Hopkinson, Secretary. 



A La 



w 



The Laws. *x? 

A Law for fettling the annual payments and 
fines of the Library Company of Philadelphia* 

(Patted the fir ft of February* 1780. Obfolete.) 



A Law to enable the Direclors of the Library 
Company of Philadelphia^ to pur chafe a lot 
of ground in the city of Philadelphia^ to erecl 
a building thereon for the ufe of the injlitution, 
and for other purpofes therein mentioned. 

IN order to accommodate the company with 
a lot of ground, and a convenient building 
for the ufes of the library, IT IS ENACTED 
by the Library Company of Philadelphia, That 
the Directors mail have power and authority to Director* 
purchafe a lot in the city of Philadelphia, on em P ow f ed 

to uurCiiti c? 

ground rent, on the beft terms they can pro- a lot 
cure, and to caufe to be executed, on behalf of 
the company, a proper counterpart of the deed 
to be received for the faid ground. 

THAT the Directors fliall have power to And credi 
contract for materials and workmanfhip, and a building, 
to caufe to be erected a fuitable building, with 
cellars, the faid building to be two {lories high, 
and of a fize fufficient to accommodate and ferve 
the purpofes of the library, having regard 
therein to a gradual increafe of books, and 
other articles there to be depofited. 

THAT in order to defray the expence of 
the faid building, the Directors ihall endeavor one hun- 
to make an addition to the number of the mem- f o re £ e flia ^ s 
bers, by difpofmg of fhares, and having pro- viouu/dif- 
cured one hundred new members, they may P ofed of - 

d proceed 



«** 



xxvi The Laws* 

proceed on the work, and may appropriate the 
monies now due, and becoming due, and be- 
longing to the company, as well as the cafh hi 
the hands of the Treafurer, referving enough 
for the current expences of the library. And 
Direaor« the Directors are hereby empowered to grant, 
tTfSTthe bargain and fell for the higheft price they can 
real cftate obtain, and by deed or deeds, under the com- 

\o°u om- mon ^ ea ^ °^ t ^ ie com P an y> convey and allure 

pany all or any part of the real eftate, belonging to 

the company, and to appropriate the monies 

arifing from the faid fales to the purpofes afore* 

faid. 

It is hereby further enacled, That the Direc- 
And part tors for the time being, may fell or let out on 

whiduh 01 S roun< ^ rent f° r ever 3 an d hy deed or deeds, 
may pur- under the common feal of the company, con- 
chafe. vev an( j a ff ure f uc h p ar t of the lot they may 

purchafe, as they may judge proper. 

Enabled at a general meetings held purfuant 
to public notice, on Monday the Jirjl day 
of June, 1789. 

W. Rawle, Secretary* 



RULES 



RULES 

1 



MADE BY THE 



DIRECTORS, 



To be obferved in the Library, 



I. r 1 HE Librarian mall attend at the library, for 
JL the prefent, on every Tuefday, Thurfday and 
Saturday, from the twentieth day of March, to the 
twentieth day of September, from two o'clock until 
feven in the afternoon; and from the twentieth day of 
September, to the twentieth day of March, from three 
o'clock until eight in the afternoon. He fliall enter 
in the catalogue, kept at the library, fuch books as 
may be purchafed or added to the library; label and 
number the fame, as well as all others from which the 
label or number may be torn off or defaced. He fliall 
alfo replace the books on the ihelves, as they are 
brought in, as foon as he conveniently can, firfl having 
examined whether they are free from damage. 

II. He fliall lend to any member, applying on the 
Days above mentioned, 

One Folio for five 1 

One Quarto for three [ w „i_ Q 

OneO&avoor j weeKS > 

Two Duodecimos for two J 

and no greater number, unlefs on hire, or fo connected 
as to be otherwife ufelefs. Such perfons, however, 

who 



jcxviii The Rules* 

who refide at the diftance of feven miles or upwards, 
are permitted to have books one week longer than the 
above mentioned times. For all books fo lent, he fhall 
take a note, payable to the company, for double the 
value, as nigh as he can eflimate, of the book or fet 
of books to which they belong, conditioned to return 
the fame, undefaced, within the time above mentioned; 
at the expiration of which (unlefs application has been 
made by another member for the fame books, and the 
Librarian requefted to take a memorandum thereof) 
the borrower may, on producing the book to the Li* 
brarian, renew his note for the like time. 

III. Every perfon, not being a member, who (hall 
hire a book, &c. mail firft give a note for double the 
value thereof, in the fame manner, and be fubjecl: to 
the fame regulations, as a member; and fliall alfo de- 
pofite, as fecurity, in the hands of the Librarian, dou- 
ble the value of fuch book or books ; but if the book 
or books mould belong to a fet, then fuch perfon fhali 
depofite treble the value of the volume or volumes 
which he mall fo take out, and fhall pay ? for the ufc 
of the library, for 

Folios one milling, per week, and no fmaller 

Quartos nine pence, I fums although the books 

Octavos and Duodecimos j may be returned within 
fix-pence J the week. 

IV. Every member or other perfon who fliall neglect 
to return the book or books, within the time fpecified 
in his note, fhall, for fuch neglect, pay to the Librarian, 
for the ufe of the library, (befides the hire, where the 
book is not taken out by virtue of a fhare) four-pence 
for each time the library is afterwards opened for lett- 
ing out books : and if not returned, undefaced, within 
one month from the expiration of the time limited in 
the note, the fines and hire accruing thereupon fliall be 
doubled; and if not fo returned within three months 
from the fame period, the note or depofite money fhall 
t>e forfeited to the company. 



The Rules. xxix 

V. Books returned are to be delivered into the hands 
of the Librarian, to be examined whether damaged or 
not. 



VI. No perfon from whom any hire or forfeiture is 
due, or who hath damaged any book, mail be permitted 
to have another book till fatisfaction be made. 

VII. If a member, and one who is not a member, 
mould apply for the fame book at the fame time, the 
member {hall have the preference. 

VIII. A member may take out on hire, without a 
depofite, as many books in value for which his (hare in 
the library fhall, by the Librarian, be deemed a fuffici- 
ent fecurity, on the fame terms, in other refpe&s, as 
perfons who are not members. 

IX. The Librarian mall furnifh the Directors, at each 
monthly meeting, with an account of the fines and for- 
feitures which have accrued during the preceding month. 

X. The Librarian is to conform to the inftruc'tions 
of the Directors with regard to fuch books as, from 
their fcarcity and value, are to be let out only on cer- 
tain conditions, or not at all. 

XI. No perfon, whether a member or not, is to 
lend the book or books he borrows to any perfon out 
of his dwelling-houfe. 



A LIST 



cKfe4<«0=9— Sfc-a 



■ -w i wmjiij ; 



A 



LIST of the MEMBERS 



o F 



The Library Company of Philadelphia. 



AUGUST, 1789. 



A 

James Abercrombie, 
Richard Adams, 
William Adcock, 
Thomas Affleck, 
William Allibone, 
Francis Allifon, 
Joliah Hewes Anthony, 
Thomas Armat, 
James Afh, 
George Afton. 



B 

Jofeph Bacon, 
Job Bacon, 
Hilary Baker, 
Chriftopher Baker, 
John Baker, 
William Ball, 
Jofeph Ball, 
Cornelius Barne?> 
Thomas Bartow, 






Ann Bartram, 
Ifaac Bartram, 
Mofes Bartram, 
Robert Bafs, 
William Beaven, 
Gunning Bedford, 
Philip Benezet, 
Daniel Benezet, 
Samuel Bettle, 
George Bickham, 
Clement Biddle, 
James Biddle, 
John Biddle, junior. 
William Bingham, 
John Birchall, 
Robert Blackwell, 
John Bleakley, 
Peter Blight, 
Philip Boehm, 
Jofeph Bolton, 
Phineas Bond's EJlate, 
Richard Bond's EJlaie, 
Charles Bonnell, 
William Bradford^ junior 9 



XXXil 



A Lift of the Members. 



John Bringhurft, 
James Bringhurft, 
Edward Brooks, 
William Buckley, 
Jofeph Budd, 
Caleb Buglafs, 
George Bullock's EJlate, 
Andrew Bunner, 
Charles S. Bunting, 
Edward Burd, 
David Bum, 
Job Butcher. 



James Calbraith, 
Thomas Canby, 
Jofeph Cannon's EJlate, 
Philip Care, 
Abraham Carlile, 
Caleb Carmalt, 
Thomas Carftairs, 
James Carter, 
John Chaloner, 
William Chancellor, 
Benjamin Chew, junior, 
William Clark, 
Samuel Clark, 
Matthew Clarkfon, 
Curtis Clay, 
John Clayton's EJlate y 
Rebecca Clifford, 
Thomas Clifford, junior^ 
George Clymer, 
Samuel Coates, 
Samuel Coates, junior^ 
William Coats, 
Ifaac Coats, 
Nicholas Collin, 
Stephen Collins, 
Benjamin Condy, 
Daniel Cooper, 
Jofeph Cowperthwait, 
James Cox, 
Tench Coxe, 
John D. Coxe, 
William Coxe, junior^ 
William Craig, 
James Crefibn, 



Jeremiah CrefTon, 
Jofliua CrerTon, 
Jofeph Crukfhank, 
John Cummings. 

D 

William Darby, 
Hugh Davey's EJlat:, 
Benjamin Davis, 
Rumford Dawes, 
Abijah Dawes, 
William Dawfon, 
Jofeph Dean, 
Hugh Dehaven, 
Sharp Delany, 
David Defhler, 
Thomas Dicas's Eflate, 
John Dickinfon, 
Eleanor Digby, 
Jofeph Donaldibn, junior, 
John Donnaldfon, 
Benedict Dorfev, 
Leonard Dorfey, 
Andrew Dougiafs, 
Henry Drinker, 
John Drinker, junior, 
Edward Duffield, 
John Duffield, 
Matthew Duncan, 
Ann Dunkin, 
John Duniap. 



George Eddy, 
Griffith Edwards, 
Jacob Ehrenzeller, 
jofiah Elfreth, 
Hugh Ely, 
Anne Emlen, 
Samuel Emlen, 
Cadwalader Evans, 
David Evans, 
Charles Evans, 
John Evans, 
Jonathan Evans, 
Robert Evans, 
Griffith Evans, 
William Evans's EJfattr. 









A Lift of the Members* 



xxxiii 



Richard Farmer, 
Bernard Fearis, 
Jofeph Ferree, 
Jofeph Few, 
John Field, 
George Field, 
Nathan Field, 
Thomas Fifher, 
Samuel Fifher, 
Miers Fiftier, 
James C. Fifher, 
Enoch Flower's EJlate 9 
William Folwell, 
Richard Footman, 
Nathaniel Forbes, 
Thomas Forreft, 
Amos Foulke, 
Jofeph Fox's EJlatey 
Tench Francis, 
Benjamin Franklin, 
Thomas Franklin, 
Charles French, 
John Fries, 
John Fry, 
Abraham Fuller, 



G 

Samuel Garrigues's Ejtete, 
William Garrigues, 
Jefle George, 
Conrad Gerhard, 
Jofeph Gerrald, 
Benjamin Gibbs, 
James Gibfon, 
John Gibfon's EJlate, 
John Gill, 

Thomas Gilpin's EJ!ate y 
William Govett, 
Jofeph Govett, 
Ifaac Gray, 
William Gray, 
Thomas Green's EJlate, 
George Gueft. 



H 



Godfrey Haga, 
Frederick Hailer, 
Reuben Haines, 
William Hamilton, 
Andrew Hamilton's EJlate? 
Gavin Hamilton, junior ; 
Robert Hare, 
Jacob Harman's Eftate, 
Jofeph Harper 
James Hartley, 
Pattifon Hartlhorne, 
John Haworth, 
Eden Haydock's EJlatc y 
Ebenezer Hazard, 
Ifaac Hazlehurft, 
George Heap's EJIate^ 
John Helm, 
Jofiah Hewes, 
Jofeph Hewlings, 
Nicholas Hicks, 
Henry Hill, 
Michael Hillegas, 
Hannah Hobart, 
Robert E. Hobart, 
William B. Hockley, 
Samuel Hodgdon, 
Levi Hollingfworth, 
Richard Hopkins, 
Francis Hopkinfon, 
Benjamin Hornor, 
Azariah Horton, 
Thomas Howard, 
Jofhua Howell, 
Jofeph Howell, junior > 
Arthur Howell, 
Samuel Hudfon, 
Richard Humphreys, 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Ifaac Hunt. 



I 



Jofeph Infkeep, 
James Irvine. 



XXXIV 



A Lift of the Members. 



j 



David Jackfon, 
William Jackfon's EJiate, 
Abel James, 
Jofeph James, 
William Jenkin's EJiate, 
Charles Jervis, 
William Johnfon's EJiate, 
Robert Strettell Jones, 
John Jones, 
Aquila Jones, 
Ifaac Jones, 
Richard Jones, 
Caleb Jones, 
Jonathan Jones, junior, 
Ezra Jones's EJiate, 
George Juftice. 

K 

John Kaighn, 
John Keble, 
Reynold Keen, 
David Kennedy, 
Jofeph King's EJiate, 
Adam Kuhn, 
Peter Kurtz. 



Ebenezer Large, 
George Latimer, 
William Lawrence, 
Mary Levan, 
Samfon Levy's EJiate, 
Mordecai Lewis, 
Nathaniel Lewis, 
David Lewis, 
Thomas Lieper, 
William Lippincott, 
Peter Zachary Lloyd, 
William Logan's EJiate, 
James Logan, 
John Lort, junior, 
William Lownes, 
John Lownes, 
Caleb Lownes, 
Benjamin Loxley, 
George Ludlam, 
John Lukens. 



M 



Archibald M c Call, junior* 

Alexander M c Grcgor, 

Thomas M c Kean t 

William Mackenzie, 

Robert M c Knight, 

William M c Murtrie, 

Abraham Maikoe, 

Jofeph Marriott's EJiate, 

Chriftopher Marfhall, 

Chriftopher Marfhall, junior^ 

Benjamin MarfhalPs EJiate, 

John Marfhall, 

Thomas Mafterman, 

Thomas May bury, 

George Meade, 

Thomas Mendenhall, 

Charles Meredith's EJiate, 

Reefe Meredith's EJiate, 

Jonathan Meredith, 

Edward Middleton's EJiate, 

John Mifflin's E/late, 

Samuel Mifflin's EJiate, 

John Mifflin, 

Benjamin Mifflin, 

George Mifflin's EJiate, 

John F. Mifflin, 

Samuel Miles, 

Peter Miller, 

William Miller, 

John Miller, 

Magnus Miller, 

Jofeph I. Miller, 

James Milligan, „ 

Thomas Mitchell, 

Robert Montgomery's EJiate, 

Thomas Moore, 

William Moore, 

Sarah Moore, 

Charles Moore, 

Evan Morgan's EJiate, 

Evan Morgan, Taylor V EJiate, 

Benjamin Morgan, 

Jacob Morgan, 

Benjamin Morgan, Merchant^ 

Robert Morris, 

Thomas Mori is, 

Anthony Morris's EJiate^ 



A Lift of the Members. 



xxxv 



William Morris's EJlate, 
Samuel Morns, 
Cadwalader Morris, 
Benjamin Wiftar Morris, 
Richard Hill Morris, 
James Morris, 
Robert Morris, Miller, 
Ifaac Morris, 
John Morton, 
Samuel Murdoch, 
Thomas Murgatroyd. 

N 

John Nancarrow, 
William Nafh, 
Lewis Nicholas, 
Samuel Nicholas, 
John Nicholfon, 
John Nixon, 
Charles Norris's Eftate, 
Jofeph North, 
Samuel Norton, 
Thomas Norton. 



o 

Aaron Oakford, 
Jofeph Ogden, 
Jofeph Ogilby, 
John Oldden. 



Samuel Pancoaft, 
Thomas Parke, 
Jacob Parke, 
Jeremiah Parker, 
Richard Parker, 
Jofeph Parker's Eftate, 
Ifaac Parrim, 
William Par v in, 
Jofeph Pafchall, 
Ifaac Pafchall, 
Benjamin Pafchall's EJlate, 
Stephen Pafchall, 
Robert Patton, 
William Pearfon, 






James Pearfon, 
Henry Pafchall Pearfon, 
_ Phineas Pemberton' s EJlate, 
Jofeph Pemberton' s EJlate, 
Jofeph Pemberton, Grazier's 

EJlate, 
Mary Pemberton, 
Edward Penington, 
Jofeph Pennell's EJlate, 
George Pennock, 
James Penrofe's EJlate, 
Thomas Penrofe, 
John Perot, 
Frederick Phile, 
Henry White Phyfick, 
Samuel Pleafants, 
Ifrael Pleafants, 
John Pleafants, 
David Potts, 
John Potts, junior, 
Zachariah Poulfon, junior, 
Benjamin Poultney, 
Samuel Powel, 
Edward Price, 
Richard Price, 
Thomas Pryor. 

R 

Jofeph Rakeftraw, 
Benjamin Randolph, 
William Rawle, 
James Read, 
John Redman, 
Jofeph Redman's EJlate, 
John Reedle, 
James Rees, 
Peter Reeve, 
Samuel Rhoads's Eftate, 
Daniel Richards, 
Nathaniel Richardfon, 
Allen Ridgway, 
Guftavus Rifberg, 
David Rittenhoufe, 
Hugh Roberts's EJlate, 



XXXVI 



* A Lift of the Members. 



John Roberts's EJlate, 
Aquila Roberts's EJlate, 
Hugh Roberts, 
George Roberts, 
William Roberts, 
Samuel Robins's EJlate, 
Samuel Robinfon, 
John Rofs, 

Zebulon Rudolph's EJlate, 
Daniel Rundle, 
Richard Rundle, 
William Rufh, 
Thomas Rufton, 
George Rutter. 



Matthias Sadler, 
Samuel Sanfom, 
William Savery's EJlate, 
Thomay Say, 
Samuel Scotten, 
Benjamin Scull 
William Sellers, 
William Sergeant, 
Samuel Shaw, 
Jofeph Shewel, 
John Shields, 
Thomas Shields, 
William Shippen, 
Samuel Shoemaker, 
Edward Shoemaker, 
Jacob Shoemaker, 
Jonathan Shoemaker, 
Thomas Shoemaker, 
Thomas Shute, 
Lawrence Sickle, 
Buckridge Sims, 
Jofeph Sims, 
John Sitgreaves, 
Jonathan Bayard Smith, 
William Smith, 
James Smith, junior, 
Jofhua Smith, 
Ifaac Snowden, 
Jofeph Snowden, 
Charles Souder, 



i 



Jacob Souder, 

Townfend Speakman, 

Ludowick Sprogell's EJlate t 

Valentine Stanley's EJlate ■, 

Jofeph Stanfbury, 

Stephen Stapler, 

James Starr, 

Charles Startin, 

Robert Stevenfon, 

Walter Stewart, 

Jofeph Stiles, 

William Stiles, 

John Stille, 

Peter Stretch, 

Amos Strettell's EJlaie t 

Ifaac Stroud, 

James Stuart, 

John Swanwick, 

Jofeph Swift, 

Charles Swift, 

William Sykes. 









Benjamin Taylor, 

Enoch Taylor, 

Jofeph Thomas's EJlate, 

Chriftopher Thompfon's EJla* 

Charles Thompfon, 

William Thornton, 

John Todd, 

John Todd, junior, 

Alexander Tod, 

William Tod, 

Robert Towers, 

Daniel Trotter, 

Robert Tucknifs, 

Jofiah Twamleyj 

Godfrey Twclls, 

Daniel Tyfon. 



V 

James Vanuxem, 
John Vaughan, 
Samuel Vaughan, junior^ 
Richard Vaux. 



A Lift of the Members, 



XXXVll 



W 



Philip Wager, 
Jofhua M. Wallace, 
Samuel Wallis, 
Nicholas Wain, 
Richard Wain's Efttie* 
JefTe Wain, 
Jeremiah Warder, 
John Warder, 
John Warner, 
Jofeph Warner, 
Jofeph Warner's EJlate, 
Richard Wells, 
Gideon Hill Wells, 
John Craig Wells, 
Edward Wells, 
William Weft's EJlate, 
James Weft, 
Thomas Weft, 
Samuel Wetherill, minor, 
Jofeph Wetherill, 
Ifaac Wharton, 
John Wharton, 
Kearney Wharton, 
Thomas Wharton's EJlate, 
James Wharton, 
Charles Wharton, 
Samuel Wheeler, 
Ifrael Whelen, 
William White, 
John White, 
Solomon White, 
James Whiteall, 
Richard Whiteheads 



Richard H. Wickerfnam, 
Peter WickofF, 
John Wigton, 
Alexander Wilcocks, 
John Wilcocks, 
Daniel Williams, 
William Williams, 
Thomas Williams's EJlate, 
James Wilfon, 
James Wilfon, merchant, 
John Wilfon, 
Thomas Wilhart, 
Sarah Wiftar, 
Catharine Wiftar, junior, 
Richard Wiftar, 
Bartholomew Wiftar, 
Cafpar Wiftar, 
Thomas Wiftar, 
Daniel Wilier, 
John Wood, 

William Woodrow's ejlaie, 
Benjamin Wynkoop* 

X 



Ellis Yarnal, 
Jofeph Yerkes. 



Jonathan Zane's eftate, 
Ifaac Zane, junior. 



A D V E R- 



ADVERTISEMENT. 

THE inconvenient arrangement of the former Cata- 
logues having been much complained of as tending to 
prolong and perplex the enquiry after particular authors^ 
and affording no general view of the different fubjecls 
contained in the library, the following plan was fuggejl- 
ed, and it is hoped will be more fatisfaclory. 

In conformity to the general delineation of human fci- 
ence, laid down by Bacon, and afterwards illuftrated 
and enlarged by D y Alembert, the books have been divided 
into three claffes, correfponding with the three great 
divifions of the mental faculties — Memory, Reafon and 
Imagination. 

7/ has been attempted to render the fubdivifions of the 
Jeveral clajfes fufficienily ample, to combine only thofe 

which proceeded from a common fource, and could not be 
feparated without difficulty, and to adapt the arrange* 

ment rather to the fcience than the fubjecl. 

The arrangement zuill not, perhaps, efcape cenfure, 
nor the books appear to have been always claffed with pro- 
priety ; but, it Jhoidd be remembered, that little lefs than 
an univerfal acquaintance with them was competent to a 
tafh of the kind, which, although it required an uninter- 
rupted dedication of time and talents, was to be executed 
by thofe on whom it was devolved, in the occafional inter- 
vals of other duties, with minds frequently wearied by 
ether labors. 

A number of the following volumes having been pre- 
fented by the friends of the infl'uution, the names of the 
donors are infcrted; many, however, which have been 
omitted in the catalogue laft publifhed will not appear in 
the prcfent one — a circumjlance which was dij covered too 
late to be remedied. The liberal bequefls of the late 
William Logan, Efquire, are d'iftinguifhed by the Italic 
letter L. 

ARRANGE- 



ARRANGEMENT. 



MEMORY. 

Paee 

I. Sacred Hiftory, ----- j 

II. Ecclejiaftical Hiftory, - - - - - 4 

III. Civil Hi/lory — including Biography, Antiquities, 

Military and Naval Hi/lory, and Civil Hiftory 
properly fo called, - - - - 10 

IV. Natural Hi/lory in all its branches, - - 73 

V. Voyages and Travels, - - -86" 

VI. Geography and Topography, with Maps, Charts 
aid Plans, - - - - - 104 



a] 



REASON. 

I. Theology, - - - - 113 

II. Mythology, - - - - 149 

III. Ethics; or the Moral Sjftem in general, - 150 

IV. Grammars, Dictionaries, and Treatifcs on 

Education, - - - 162 

V. Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm, - - i63 

VI. General and /<?<:#/ Politics, - - 1 70 

VII. Trade and Commerce, Treatifcs on Annuities 

and Infurance, - - - 217 

VIII. L#w, - - - - -222 

IX. Metaphyfus, - - - - -2^6 

X. Geometry, - - - - - 23 J 
ZI. Arithmetic and AWcbra^ - - - 241 



xl Arrangement. 

XII. Mechanics, - - 244 

XIII. AJlronomy, AJlrology and Chronology, - 245 

XIV. Optics, Pneumatics, Hydroftatics, Hydraulics, 

Phonics, and Gnomonics, - - 249 

XV. Navigation and Naval Architecture, - 251 

XVI. Civil Architecture, - - - 253 

XVII. The Military Art, - - - 255 

XVIII. Heraldry, - - - - - 258 

XIX. Anatomy, Medicine and Chemiftry, - 260 

XX. Agriculture and Gardening, - >- - 280 

XXI. ^r/j and Manufactures, - - - 286 

XXII. Experimental and natural Philofophy, and 

elementary Treatifes on the ^r/j and 
Sciences, - 290 

IMAGINATION. 

I. Poetry and //j<? Drama, - - - 297 

II. FTtfrfo of Ficlion, Wit and Humor, - - 319 

III. The jRh* ^r/j, - - - - 325 

Miscellanies, - - - ^ - 328 

Addenda, ----- 371 

Index of Names, - - 385 

Explanation.— This mark f denotes that the book 
is claffed under two heads, and when placed under three 
heads it is marked thus J. 

The following mark * defignates a volume of pam- 
phlets; and the number added, refers to the order in 
which they are bound up. 

A 



A 

CATALOGUE 



O F 



BOOKS, 



BELONGING TO 



The Library Company of Philadelphia. 



I. Sacred Hiftory. 



FOLIO. 

64 TJURVER's translation of the Old and New Teftament; 
M with notes. 2 vols. London, 1764. 

6$ The Holy Bible. Black letter. London, 1541. Gift of 

William Fry, 

71 Stackhoufe's new hiftory of the Bible, frofh the beginning 

of the world, to the eftablifhment of Chriftianity; with 
a connection of profane hiftory. With plates. 2 vols. 
London, 1752. 

72 The Holy Bible. With a prayer book, according to the 

church of Ireland. Dublin, 1741. 

112 Taylor's hiftory of the life and death of the Holy Jesus; 
with the lives, acts, and martyrdoms of his apoftles; 
with plates. London, 1742. 

A 164 



I Sacred Hiftory. Folio. 

164 Biblia Sacra cum notis Tremellii et Junii. Gift of Peter 
Evans. 

f 188 Ufher's hiftory of the Old and New Teflament; with that 
of the Maccabees. Alfo all the moft remarkable affairs 
of Afia and Egypt. London, 1698. 

237 Ellwood's facred hiftory. 2 vols. London, 1720. 

321 1 Morgan's Cyd-cordiad Egwyddorawl o'r Scrythurau; or 
& > a Welch concordance of the Holy Bible. Philadelphia 5 
369 J 1730. N°* 369 is the gift of Jofeph Crui/hank. 

326 Calmet's dictionary of the Holy Bible; with plates. 3 vols. 
London, 1732. 

334") Kennicott's Hebrew Bible. 2 vols. Oxford, 1775. N°* 
& > 349 is the gift of Dr. Samuel Preflon, of Kent in Great 
349 j Britain* 

337 Newcombe's harmony of the gofpels. Dublin, 1778. 

t 356 Johannis Buxtorfi concordantiae Bibliorum Hebraicas. Bi- 
fileae, 1632. Gift of Granville Sharp. 

360 H. Stephani concordantiae Graecae Latinas Teftamenti Novi. 
Editio fecunda. Genevas, 1624. Gift of Granville Sharp. 

364 Teftamentum Grascum. Per Robertum Stephanum excu- 
fum. Francofurti, 1601. Gift of Granville Sharp. 

•j- 366 Annales veteris Teftamenti, Jacobo Uiferio Armachano 
digeftore. Londini, 1650. Gift of Granville Sharp. 

408 The Old and New Teftament ; with notes. Low Dutch. 
Leyden, 1637. 



QJLJ A R T O. 

65 The text of the New Teftament of Jesus Christ, Iranf- 
lated out of the vulgar Latine by the Papifts of the 
traiterous feminarie of Rheimes. Whereunto is added 
the tranilation out of the original Greeke, commonly 
ufed in the church of England, with a confutation of 
all fuch arguments, gloffes and annotations, as containe 
manifeft herefie, treafon and flander againft the chatho- 
like church of God, &c. By ^William Foulke. London. 

384 A critical hiftory of the Old Teftament. Written in 
French, by father Simon, and tranflated into Englifh 
by a perfon of quality. London, 1682. 

185 



Sacred Hiftory. Quarto. 3 

185 A critical hiftory of the text of the New Teftament. By 
Richard Simon. London, 1689. 

191 A curious manufcript Bible; written in Latin, on vellum, 
in the year 10 16. Gift of Dr. Gcurgc Vaux, of London. 

295 Le Nouveau Teftament. Traduit fur l'original Grec. par 
Jean Le Clerc. Amfterdam, 1703. 

416 Biblia Sacra fine punctis. Accurante Nath. Forfter. 4 torn. 
Oxonii, 1750. Gift of Granville Sharp. 

485 Jesu Christi Novum Teftamentum, interprete Imman- 
vele Tremellio. Londini, 1703. 

558 L. Biblia Sacra Ex hebroso et Grgeco Latina facia. Cum 
Francif ci Vatabli notis. Hanoviae, 1 605. 



OCTAVO. 

126 Prideaux's connection of the Old and New Teftament, in 
the hiftory of the Jews and neighbouring nations, from 
the declenfion of the kingdoms of Ifrael and Judah, to 
the time of Christ. Eleventh edition. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1749. 

433 Quefnel's edition of the New Teftament; with moral 
reflections upon every verfe. Tranilated from the 
French, by Richard RufTel. 4 vols. London, 17 19. 

667 The evangelical hiftory of our Lord Jesus Christ; with 
an account of the propagation of Chriftianity, and the 
original fettlement and ftate of the church. By a fociety 
of gentlemen. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

980 Dictionary of the Holy Bible. 3 vols. London, 1759., 

1229 Willan's hiftory of the miniftry of Jesus Christ, combined 
from the narrations of the four evangelifts. London, 
1782. 

1427 Scripture lexicon; or a dictionary of above three thou- 
fand proper names of perfons and places, mentioned in 
the Bible. Birmingham, 1784. 

1532 Biblia, inhoudende dat Oude ende Nieuwe Teftament. 
T' Amfterdam, 1633. 

1538 Biblia Sacra Latina. Lugduni, 161 2. 

1 67 7 L. Vetus Teftamentum Grsecum ex verfione feptuaginta 
interpretum. Londini, 1653. 

DUO- 



Sacred Hi/lory. Duodecimo. 



DUODECIMO. 

223 Blackwell's defence of the facred claffics; or an efTay on 
the purity, &c. of the writers of the New Teftament. 
Third edition. 2 vols. London, 1737. 

502 Biblia Hebraica. Berolini, 1712. 

528 Novum Teftamentum Syriace. Antverpia*, 1575. Gift 
of John Ajlerius S albert z,. 

690 Mrs. Trimmer's facred hiftory. 2 vols. London, 1782. 

753 The Holy Bible. Philadelphia, 1782. 

785 A concife hiftory of the Bible. Philadelphia, 1787. Gift 
of Daniel Humphreys. 

823 Le Nouveau Teftament Latin et Francois, Be Pimpri- 
merie de Badius. 1554. 

833 Le Nouveau Teftament, avec les pfeaumes de David. (No 
title page.) 

1 00 1 Novum Teftamentum Graecum. Argenlorati, 1524. 



II. Ecclefiqftical Hi/lory* 



FOLIO. 

10 A CTS and monuments, containing the univerfal hif* 

JlX. tory of the church, from the primitive age to the 

prefent time; with plates. By John Fox. With the 

life of the author. Ninth edition. 3 vols. London, 

1 684. Gift of Robert Grace. 

13 Ceremonies and religious cuftoms of the various nations 
of the known world; with plates. Written in French, 
and tranflated into Englifh, by a gentleman of St. 
John's college. 6 vols. London, 1733. 

t 36 



Ecclefiqftical Hiftory. Folio. 5 

f 36 An ecclefiaftical and civil chronicle containing matters of 
fact, for difcovering the true hiftory of England, from 
the reftoration of Charles the fecond. From the manu- 
fcripts of the bifliop of Peterborough. London, 1728. 

53 Bafnage's hiftory of the Jews, from Jesus Christ to the 
preient time; containing an account of their antiquities, 
religion, rites, &c. being a continuation of the hiftory of 
Jofephus. Written in French, and tranfiated into En- 
glifh by Thomas Taylor. London, 1 708. 

80 Synopfis Papifmi; o~ a general view of Papiftry; wherein 
the whole myftery of iniquity is fet down, which is 
maintained againft the church of Christ. London, 
1 600. Gift of Jofeph PafchalL 

t>2 Foulis's hiftory of Romifh treafons and usurpations ; with 
an account of the impoftures in the church of Rome. 
London, 1671. 

$8 Cave's hiftory of the lives, acts, deaths and writings of 
the molt eminent fathers of the church who flourifhed 
in the fourth century; with an account of the rife and 
progrefs of Arianifm. London, 1683. 

92 Report of the committee to whom the petition of the de- 
puties of the united Moravian churches was referred; 
with extracts of the mo ft material vouchers and papers 
contained in the appendix to faid report. London, 1 749. 
Gift of the reverend Mr, Spangenberg. 

108 Brandt's hiftory of the reformation, in and about the Low 

Countries. 4 vols. 1720. 

109 Broughton's hiftorical dictionary of all religions, from the 

creation to the prefent time. 2 vols. London, 1742. 

151 Warner's ecclefiaftical hiftory of England, to the eigh- 
teenth century. 2 vols. London, 1756. 

176 Strype's annals of the reformation and eftabliihment of 
religion, and various other occurrences in the church 
and ftate of England. 4 vols. London, 1734. 

f 192 Dupin's hiftory of ecclefiaftical writers; containing an ac- 
count of the lives and writings of the primitive fathers. 
7 vols. London, 1699. 

194 Sleydan's general hiftory of the reformation of the church, 
from the year 15 17, to the year 1556; with a continua- 
tion to the end of the council of Trent, in the year 1562. 
By Edmund Bohun. London, 1689. 

206 



Ecciefiajlical Hiftory. Folio. 

206 Burnet's hiftory of the reformation of the church of En- 
gland. 3 vols. London, 1679. 

215 Polano's hiftory of the council of Trent, with the prac- 
tices of the court of Rome to hinder the reformation; 
including the hiftory of the Inquiiition. London, 1676. 

219I BeiTe's collection of the fufFerings of the people called 
& r Quakers, from 1650 to 1689. 2 vols. London, 1753. 
270 J Gift of the Yearly Meeting of Friends in London* 

243 Cracanthrop's treatife of the firft general council held at 
Conftantinople, anno 553. London, 1634. 

269 Sir James Ware's works concerning Ireland; containing 
the hiftory of the bifhops of that kingdom, and fuch 
matters in which they were concerned, from the firft 
propagation of Chriftianity therein, to the prefent time. 
2 vols. Dublin, 1764. 

278 Sewel's hiftory of the rife and progrefs of the people called 
Quakers. Philadelphia, 1728. 

280 The hiftory of the church, by Eufebius Pamphilius, So- 
crates Scholafticus and Evagrius Scholafticus. Tianf- 
lated into Englifh. London, 1709. 

351 Fuller's church hiftory of Britain; from the birth of Jesus 
Christ, to the year 1648. London, 1655. G*ft °f 
Ezra jfones. 

497 L. Hiftoriae ecclefiafticse gentis Anglorum libri V. A ve- 
nerabili Beda Prefbytero fcripti. Cantabrigise, 1643. 



QJJ ARTO. 

134 Limborch's hiftory of the Inquifition; with plates. Trans- 
lated into Englifh by Samuel Chandler; with an intro- 
duction concerning the rife and progrefs of perfecution, 
&c. 2 vols, in one. London, 1731. 

1 S^ The hiftory of Popery. By feveral gentlemen. 2 vols. 
London, 1735. 

196 Wright's hiftory of the rife and progrefs of the people 
called Quakers, in Ireland, from the year 1653, to 1700; 
with a continuation to the year 175 1, and a treatife of 
Chriftian difcipline, exercifed among the^ faid people. 
By John Rutty. Dublin, 1751. 

229 



Ecclefiaftical Hiftory. Quarto. 7 

229 Mofhdm's ecclefiaftical hiftory, from the birth of Christ. 
Tranilated from the original, by Archibald Mac-Laine. 
2 vols. London, 1765. 

253 The hiftory of the famous edict of Nantes; containing an 
account of all the perfecutions that have been in France. 
London, 1694. 

f 347 Stuart's hiftory of the eftablifhment of the reformation of 
religion in Scotland. London, 1780. 

415 Relation des mefures prifes pour introduire la liturgie An- 
glicane dans le Roiaume de Pruffe et dans PEle&orat de 
Hanover. Londres, 1767. Gift of Granville Sharp. 

* 463 — 7 Minutes of the Baptift afTociation, held at Philadel- 

phia, October 1774. Philadelphia, 1782. 

* 478 — 8 An account of the fociety for propagating the gofpel 

in foreign parts. London, 1 706. 

535 L. Hiftoria del concilio Tridentino di Pietro Soave. In 
Geneva, 1629. 

* 559 L. — 1 Godwyn's Mofes and Aaron; being an account of 

the ecclefiaftical and civil rites uied by the anci- 
ent Hebrews. Seventh edition. London, 1655. 



OCTAVO. 

■j- 93 The critical hiftory of England; ecclefiaftical and civil. 
Third edition. 2 vols. London, 1728. 

130 Rimius's narrative of the rife and progrefs of the Hern- 
hutters, commonly called Moravians, or Unitas Fra- 
trum; with a fhort account of their doctrines, and 
obfervations on their politics, &c. London, 1753. 

* 230 — 1 Virginia's cure, an advilive narrative concerning Vir- 

ginia; difcovering the true ground of that churche's 
unhappinefs. London, 1662. 

— 7 A true declaration of the eftate of the colonie in Vir- 
ginia. London, 16 10. 

* 468 — 3") Rimius's narrative of the rife and progrefs of the 

& > Herrnhuters, commonly called Moravians. Phila- 

* 1565 — 1 J delphia, 1753. 

560 



S Ecclejiajlhat Hiftory. O&avo. 

560 NeaPs hiftory of the Puritans; or Proteftant non- conform =• 
ills; from the reformation to the act of toleration by 
William and Mary, in the year 1689; with an account 
of their principles and fufferings, and the lives of their 
principal divines. 4 vols. Dublin, 1759. 

639 Rimius's hiftory of the Moravians, from their firft fettle- 
ment at Herrnhaag, to the prefent time ; with Andrew 
Frey's account of their conferences, calling lots, mar- 
riages, &c. 2 vols. London, 1759. 

# ypg — £ Mofheim's memoirs of the Chriftian church in China; 

being a feries of facts to evidence the caufes of the 
declenfion of Chriflianity in that empire. Tranflat- 
ed from the German. London, 1 750. 

# 932 — 1 Godwyn's Mofes and Aaron; being an account of 

the ecclefiaftical and civil rites ufed by the ancient 
Hebrews. Fourth edition. London, 1631. 

10J.7 Laval's hiftory of the reformation in France, from the 
beginning of the reformation to the repealing of the edict 
of Nantes; with an account of the perfecutions of the 
Proteftants under Lewis XIV. 6 vols. London, 1738. 

1052 Crofby's hiftory of the Englifh Baptifts, from the reform- 
ation to the beginning of the reign of George the firft* 
4 vols. London, 1738. 

1 181*) Crantz's hiftory of the Brethren; or a narrative of the 
& J- Proteftant church of the United Brethren, or Unitas 

1 244 J Fratrum, in remoter ages, and particularly in the pre- 
fent century. Tranilated from the German, with 
notes, by Benjamin La Trobe. London, 1780. N°- 
1 244 is the gift of Lewis Weis. 

13 14 Levi's fuccincl: account of the rites and ceremonies of the 
Jews, and a faithful account of the Mifhna, or the Oral 
law, and the teachers thereof. London. 

* 1347 — 1 Remarks on a catalogue of the facred veffels reftored 

by Cyrus, and the chief Jews returned from capti- 
vity. By Granville Sharp. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1 775* Gift of the author, 

1493 1 Bachis's church hiftory of New England, from the year 
& > 1690, to 1784. 2 vols, of the former, and one of the 

1 752 J latter number. N 0, 1493 is the gift of the author. 

* 1628 — 7 Journal of a convention of the Proteftant Epifcopal 

church, in the United States of America, held at 
Philadelphia, June 1786. Philadelphia, 1786. Gift 
cf Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

DUO- 



Ecclejiqftical Hi/lory. Duodecimo. -9 



DUODECIMO. 

290 Burnet's abridgement of the hiftory of the reformation of 
the church of England. Sixth edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1728. 

333 Pitt's account of the religion and manners of the Mahome- 
tans; with a relation of their pilgrimage to Mecca, &c. 
Fourth edition. London, 1738. 

338 Penn's brief account of the rife and progrefs of the people 
called Quakers. Fifth edition. London, 1748. 

351 Ricaut's account of the prefent ftate of the Greek and 
Armenian churches. 

472 A fhort account of the lives and fufFerings of feveral godly 
perfons who died in England, for the fake of the gofpel, 
in the reigns of king Henry the eighth and queen Mary. 
Corke, 1731. 

* 787 — 8 Taylor's narrative of the principles, conduct and cha- 

rafter of the people known by the name of Shakers. 
Worcefter, (Maifachufetts) 1782. 

* 791 — 5 Benezet's account of the people called Quakers. Se- 

cond edition. Philadelphia. 

959 L. Koratii Turfellini hiftorias libri quinque. Coloniae, 
1592. 

965 L. Petri Cunaei de republica Hebrssorum, libri III. Lug- 
duni Batavorum, 1632. 

1CC2 The hiftory of the church, from the beginning of the 
world to the year 1 71 8. Third edition. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1724. 



III. Civil 



B 



10 Civil Hi/lory. Folio. 



III. Civil Hi/lory — including Biography, Antiquities, 
Military and Naval Hi/lory, and Civil Hi/lory 
properly fo called. 

FOLIO. 

II /^1 ORDON's efTay towards explaining the hierogly- 
VJT phical figures on the coffin of an ancient mummy. 
London, 1737. 

} i6l An embafTy from the Dutch Eafl India company, to the 
& > emperor of China; with a defcription of the cities, 

+ 5 13 J towns, ports, rivers, &c. in their pafTage from Canton 
to Peking. With plates. By John Nieuhoff. Tranf- 
lated by John Ogilby. Eirfl and fecond editions. 
London, 1669 and 1673. 

j; 17 A relation of remarkable paffages in two embafTys, from 
the Dutch Eafl India company, to the emperor of China ; 
with a geographical defcription of that empire. With 
plates. Tranflated from Arnoldus Montanus, by John 
Ogilby. London, 1671. 

1 1 8 An account of remarkable addrefTcs, by way of embafTy, 
from the Dutch Eafl: India company, to the emperor of 
Japan; with a defcription of the cities, religions, laws, 
cuitoms, &c. With plates. By Arnoldus Montanus. 
Tranflated by John Ogilby. London, 1673. 

| 19 A defcription of Perfia, the empire of the Great Mogul, 
and other parts of India; with an account of the cus- 
toms, religion and languages of the inhabitants, and 
their government and commerce. With plates. Col- 
lected by John Ogilby. London, 1673. 

f 22 Maitland's hiftory and furvey of London, from its flrfl 
foundation to the prefent time, containing an account 
of its origin, increafe and cuitoms; and a defcription of 
churches, antiquities, &c. with plates. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1756. 

29 Keating's general hiftory of Ireland ; with the lives and 
reigns of one hundred and feventy four fucceeding mo- 
narchs; their travels into Spain and from thence into 
Ireland; with an account of their wars, &c. London, 

1738. 

33 



Civil Hi/lory. Folio. n 

33 Fiddes's life of cardinal Wolfey; with plates. London, 

1724. 

34 Guthrie's general hiftory of England, from the invaiion 

of Julius Qefar, to the revolution in 1688; and Ralph's 
continuation to the year 1702; with plates. 5 vols. 
London, 1744. 

35 Entick's naval hiitory; or a compleat view of the Britifh 

marine; with the lives of the greateft admirals and na- 
vigators, including the mod confiderable expeditions 
and fea-fights.. London, 1757. 

f 36 See page 5, (EccLJi JlicjJ Hiflorj.) 

40 Echard's hiftory of England, from the entrance of Ju- 
lius Csfar, to the concluiion of the reign of James the 
fecond, in the year 1 688. London, 1720. 

43 Montfaucon's antiquity explained and reprefented in fculp- 

ture, by D. Humphreys. 5 vols. London, 1721. 

44 Supplement to Montfaucon's antiquity explained. 2 vols. 

London, 1725. 

47 Whitelock's hiftorical account of what pafled from the 

beginning of the reign of Charles the firft, to the re- 
ftoration of Charles the fecond. London, 1732. 

48 Wood's Athens Oxonienfes; or the hiftory of all the 

writers and bifhops, who had their education in the uni- 
verfity of Oxford, from the fifteenth year of Henry 
the feventh, to the year 1695; with an addition of five 
hundred new lives. 2 vols, in one. London, 1721. 

5 1 Seymour's furvey of the cities of London and Weftmin- 

iter, containing a particular account of the government 
of London; all its charters and liberties; and a de- 
fcription of all churches, palaces, halls, hoipitals, &c. 
with plates. 2 vols. London, 1735. @ift °f Robert 
Greenivay. 

52 Heylyn's cofmography; containing the chorography and 

hiitory of the world. London, 1703. 

f 55 Montfaucon's antiquities of Italy; being his travels from 
Paris to Italy, in the years 1698 and 1699. Tranflated 
from the original, by John Henly. London. 1725. 

59 Howel's inftitution of general hiftory, from the beginning 
of the world to the taking of Rome, by Odoacer, king 
of the Heruli. 3 vols. London, 1680. 

62 



12 Civil Hiftory. Folio. 

62 Clarendon's hiftory of the rebellion and civil wars of En- 

gland, from the year 1641, to the year 1660. 3 vols. 
Oxford, 1704. 

63 Catrou and Rouille's Roman hiftory; with plates. 6 vols. 

London, 1728, 

66 The hiftory of the affairs of church and {late in Scotland, 
from the beginning of the reformation, in the reign of 
James the fifth, to the retreat of queen Mary into En- 
gland, 1563. Edinburgh, 1734. 

79 Johannis MeiTenii Scondia illuftrata. Stockholmise, 1700* 

83 Nary's hiftory of the world, containing an hiftorical and 
chronological account of the times and tranfactions, 
from the creation to the birth of Christ. Dublin, 1 720, 

85 Appian's hiftory of the Punick, Syrian, Parthian, Mithri- 
datick, Illyrian, Spanifh, and Hannibalick wars, and 
the civil wars of Rome. London, 2679. 

90 Knox's hiftorical relation of the illand of Ceylon; with 

an account of the captivity of divers Englifhmen, and 
the author's efcape. With plates. London, 1727. 

91 Report of the committee of fecrecy, appointed by order 

of the houfe of commons to examine feveral books and 
papers laid before the houfe, relating to the late nego- 
ciations of peace and commerce, during the miniftry of 
the earl of Oxford and lord vifcount Bolingbroke. Re- 
ported on the ninth of January, 17 15, and published 
by order of the houfe of commons. London, 17 15. 

99 A dictionary, hiftorical and critical; containing the hiftory 
of the moft illuftrious perfons of all ages and nations. By 
John Peter Bernard, Thomas Birch, John Lockman, 
and others. 10 vols. London, 1734. 

100 Bayle's dictionary, hiftorical and critical. Second edition. 

With the life of the author, by Mr. Des Maizeaux. 5 
vols. London, 1734. 

101 Biographia Britannica; or the lives of the mofl eminent 

perfons, who have flourifhed in Great Britain and Ire- 
land, from the earlieft ages to the prefent time. 7 vols. 
London, 1747. 

103 Maitland's hiftory of Edinburgh, from its foundation to 
the prefent time. Edinburgh, 1753. 

f 104 Browne's civil and natural hiftory of Jamaica; with plates. 
London, 1756. 

107 Ward's lives of the profeiTors of Grefham college; with 
the life of the founder, &c. London, 1 740. 

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no Mackenzie's lives and characters of the moft eminent writ- 
ers of the Scots nation; with an abftract and catalogue 
of their works. 3 vols. 1 708. 

113 Farneworth's life of pope Sixtus the fifth; including the 
ftate of England, France, Spain, &c. at that time, 
London, 1754. 

115 De Thou's hiftory of his own time. Translated from the 
Geneva edition of 1620, by Bernard Wilfon. 2 vols. 
London, 1729, 

j 16 Sawyer's memorials of affairs of fcate, in the reigns of 
Elizabeth and James the firft. Collected chiefly from 
the original papers of Sir Ralph Winwood; compre- 
hending likewife the negociations of Sir Henry Neville, 
Sir Charles Cornwallis, Sir Dudley Carleton, &c. at the 
courts of France and Spain, and in Holland, Venice, 
&c. 3 vols. London, 1725. 

117 Defiderata Curiofa; containing many fcarce pieces of En- 

gli(h hiftory. By Francis Peck. 2 vols, in one. Lon- 
don, 1732. 

1 18 Clarendon's collection of tracts. London, 1727. 

f 124I Jeffreys' civil and natural hiftory of the French domini«= 
& > ons in North and South America; with plates. Lon- 
7 1 66 J don, 1740. 

131 Antiquities of Athens; with plates; delineated by James 
Stuart and Nicholas Revett. London, 1762. 

A defcription of the ruins of Palmyra, otherwife Ted- 
mor, in the Defart; with plates. London, 1753* 

134) 

330 (A defcription of the ruins of Balbec, otherwife Heliopo- 

& f lis, in Coelofyria; with plates. London, 1757* 
33 2 J 
135 A defcription of the ruins of Pseftum, otherwife Pofidonia, 

in Magna Grascia; with plates. By Thomas Major. 

London, 1768. 

5145 An account of Stone, Henge, on Salifbury plain; with 
plates. By Inigo Jones. London, 1725. 

246 The hiftory of the conqueft of Mexico, by the Spaniards. 
■ Tranflated into Englifti, from the original Spanifh of 
Don Antonia de Soli?, by Thomas Townfend. London, 
1724. 

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|i Civil Hiftory, Folio. 

I49 Perry's view of ^the Levant, particularly Constantinople, 
Syria, Egypt, and Greece; in which their antiquities, 
government, politics, manners, and cuftoms are de- 
icribed; with plates. London, 1743. 

tr * Bcrlafe's obfervations on the antiquities of Cornwal. Ox~ 
ford, 1754. 

158 Taciti opera omnia qua* extant, cum notis Lipni. Antver- 
piae, 1648. 

160 The general Hiftory of Spain, from the firft peopling of 
it, to the death of king Philip the third. Written in 
Spanifh by John de Mariana. With two fupplements, 
the firft by F. Ferdinand Camargo de Salcedo, the other 
by F. Batll Varen de Soto, bringing it down to the pre- 
fent reign. The whole tranflated into Englilh, by John 
Stevens. London, 1699. 

162 Thurloe's collection of ftate papers; containing authentic 
memorials of the Englilh affairs, from 1638 to the 
reftoration of Charles the fecond; with the life of Mr. 
Thurloe, by Thomas Birch. 7 vols. London, 1742. 

169 The works of Flavius Jofephus. Tranflated into Englilh, 
by Robert L'Eftrange; with difcourfes and remarks 
upon Jofephus. Fifth edition. London, 1733. 

•f 170 Kcempfer's civil and natural hiftory of Japan; with plates. 
2 vols, in one. London, 1728. 

171 Gordon's tranflation of the works of Tacitus; with poli- 

tical difcourfes upon that author, by the tranflator. 2 
vols. London, 1728. 

172 Bifhop Burnet's hiftory of his own time; from the reftora- 

tion of Charles the fecond, to the conclufion of the 
treaty of peace at Utrecht; with the life of the author, 
by the editor. 2 vols. London, 1734. 

175 Stanley's hiftory of philofophy; containing the lives, opi- 
nions, &c. of the philofophers of every fetfl. Third 
edition. London, 1701. 

180 Gordon's lives of pope Alexander the fixth, and his fon 
Caefar Borgia; comprehending the wars in the reigns of 
Charles the eighth and Lewis the twelfth, kings of 
France, and the chief tranfaetions and revolutions in 
Italy, from 1492 to 1506. London, 1729. 

f 181 Speneri hiftoria infignium illuftrium feu operis heraldici 
pars fpecialis. Francofurti ad Maenum, 1680. Gift of 
Guftavus HeJJelius. 

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182 Lediard's naval hiftory of England, from the year ic66, 
to the conclufion of the year 1734. 2 v °l s « m one » 
London, 1735. 

f 183 An hiftorical account of the Romifti ftate and court, and 
the transactions concerning the five famous proportions, 
controverted between the Janfenifts and the Molinifts, 
Written in French by Monf. de St. Amour, and tranf- 
lated into Englilh. London, 1670. 

185 Cantemir's hiftory of the growth and decay of the Otto- 
man empire; with the heads of the Turkiih emperors. 
London, 1734. 

f 188 See page 2, (Sacred H'tjlory,) 

•j- 189 Leigh's account of the antiquities of Lancafhire, Chefhire 
and Derbyfhire; with the natural hiftory of thofe parts. 
Oxford, 1700. 

190 Platina's lives of the popes, from the time of our Saviour 

Jesus Christ, to the reign of Sixtus the fourth. 
Translated into Englilh, and continued from the year 
147 1, to the Drefent time, by Paul Ricaut. London, 
16S8. 

191 The hiftorical library of Diodorus, the Sicilian; contain- 

ing the antiquities of Egypt, Afia, Africa, Greece, ths 
Iflands, and Europe; and a hiftory of the affairs of the 
Perfians, Grecians, Macedonians, and other parts of 
the world. Tranflated into Englifh, by George Booth. 
Second edition. London, 1721. 

f 192 See page 5, ( Ecclefajlical Blfcry.j 

193 The antiquities of ancient Britain; with a chronological 
hiftory of Britain, from the firft traditional beginning. 
By Aylett Sammes. London, 1676. Gift of Samuel 
Hale, 

199 Fuller's hiftory of the worthies of England. London, 
1662. 

201 The royal commentaries of Peru; treating of the ori- 
ginal of their laws, government, &c. Written in Spa- 
nifh, by the Inca Garcilaftb de la Vega, and tranflated 
into Englifii, by Paul Ricaut. Loudon. 

204 



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204 Rufhworth's hiftorical collections of private pafTages- of 
ftate, weighty matters in law, and remarkable proceed- 
ings in five parliaments, beginning in the lixteenth year 
of king James, 1618, and ending the fifth year of king 
Charles, 1629. Digefted in order of time. 8 vols. 
London, 1721. 

207 Vertot's hiftory of the knights of Malta; with platen. 2 
vols. London, 1728. 

210 Spon's hiftory of the city and ftate of Geneva, from its 
firft foundation to the prefent time. London, 1687. 

212 Nicholfon's Englifh hiftorical library; giving a fhort view 

and character of moft of our hiftorians, with an account 
of our records, lawbooks, coins, &c. London, 17 14. 

213 Churchill's remarks upon the lives of all the kings of En- 

gland, from the year of the world 2855, to the year of 
Christ 1660. London, 1675. 

216 Cardinal Bentivoglio's hiftory of the wars of Flanders; 

with plates. Written in Italian, and tranflated into 
Englifh, by Henry, earl of Monmouth. London, 1678. 

217 Mezeray's general chronological hiftory of France; begin- 

ning before the reign of king Pharamond, and ending 
with the reign of king Henry the fourth. Tranflated 
by John Bulteel. London, 1683. 

218 The civil hiftory of the kingdom of Naples. Written in 

Italian by Pietro Giannone, and tranflated into Englifh 
by James Ogilvie. 2 vols. London, 1729. 

221 The hiftory and antiquities of Scotland, from the earliefl 
accounts to the death of James the firft, anno 1437. 
By William Maitland. And from that period to 1603, 
by another hand. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

227 An hiftorical and chronological theatre; with an aflignati- 

on of empires, kingdoms, governments, kings, electors, 
princes, &c. By Chriftopher Helvicus. Tranflated in- 
to Englifh, and continued down to the prefent time. 
London, 1687, 

228 Burchet's complete naval hiftory, from the earlieft accounts 

to the prefent time; with fea charts. London, 1720. 

232 Scott's memoirs of S'ir James Melvill; containing an ac- 
count of the moft remarkable affairs of ftate, relating 
to the kingdoms of England and Scotland, under the 
reigns of Elizabeth, Mary queen of Scots, and king 
James. London, 1683. 

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234 Nani's hiftory of the affairs of Europe in this prefent age, 

particularly of Venice. Tranfiated from the Italian, by 
Sir Robert Honey wood. London, 1673. 

235 Shefferus's hiftory of Lapland; wherein are fhewed the 

original, manners, habits, marriages, &c. of that peo- 
ple. Oxford, 1674. 

236 Ricaut's prefent ftate of the Ottoman empire; containing 

the maxims of the Turkilh polity, &c. with plates. 
Third edition. London, 1760. 

238 The hiflory of the life of Peter the firft, emperor of R.u£ 
fia; containing a defcription of RufBa, Siberia, Crim 
Tartary, &c. London, 1739. 

245 Smith's general hiftory of Virginia, New England and 

the Summer ifles; with the names of the adventurers, 
planters and governors, from 1584 to 1624. London, 
1624. 

246 A large declaration concerning the late tumults in Scot- 

land, from their firit original ; with a deduction of the 
feditious practices of the leaders of the Covenanters. 
By king Charles the firft. London, 1639. 

256 An univerfal hiftory, from the earlieft accounts to the pre- 

fent time, compiled from original authors ; with maps, 
cuts, notes, chronological and other tables. Second 
edition. 7 vols. London, 1740. 

257 Raleigh's hiftory of the world; with the life of the author, 

by Mr. Oldys. Alfo his trial, with feme additions. 
Eleventh edition. 2 vols. London, 1736. 

269 Ware's works concerning Ireland; containing the hiftory 
of the biihops of that kingdom, and fuch matters in 
which they were concerned, from the firft propagation 
of Chriftianity therein, to the prefent time; with an 
account of the antiquities of Ireland, and cuts of me- 
dals, urns, &c. Alfo, the hiftory of the writers of 
that kingdom. Written in Latin, and tranfiated into 
Englifh, by Walter Harris. 2 vols. Dublin, 1764. 

272 Knolles's hiftorie of the Turkes, Irom the firft beginning 

of that nation to the year 1638; with the lives and con- 
quefts of the Ottoman kings and emperours. Fifth 
edition. 3 vols. London, 1638. 

273 Stonehenge, a temple reftored to the Britifh druids; with 

plates. By William Stukely. London, 1740. 

J 275 A new hiftory of Ethiopia; being a full defcription of 
AbeiCnia. By Job Ludolphus, London, 1682. 

C 290 



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290 Marmora Oxonienfia. Oxonii, 1763. 

291 Hamilton's collection of Etrufcan, Greek and Homan an- 

tiquities; with plates. 2 vols. London, 1767. 

295 Le grand dictionaire hiftorique, par Moreri. Toms II. 
A Lyons, 1 68 1. Gift of Paul Foots. 

297 Clarendon's ftate papers. 2d. vol. Oxford, 1773. 

298 The commentaries of Csefar; with plates. Tranilated 

into Englifh, by William Duncan. London, 1753. 

301 Rymer's Faedera. 20 vols. London, 1727. 

309 The prefent ftate of the ancient monuments, Sec. of Syra- 
cuse. By Andrew Pigonati. Naples, 1767. 

354 Speed's hiftory of Great Britain, from the invafion of 
Julius Casfar to king James, in 1605. Gift of Samuel 
Hudfon. 

f 356 See page 2, (Sacred Hiftory.) 

f 366 See page 2, (Sacred Hiftory.) 

367 Kippis's Biographia Britannica; or the lives of the mod 
eminent perfons who have flourifhed in Great Britain and 
Ireland. 3 vols. London, 1784. 

380 Baker's chronicle of the kings of England, from the time 
of the Roman government, to the reign of George the 
fecond. London, 1730. 

416 Clarendon's ftate papers; containing the materials from 

which his hiftory of the great rebellion was compofed, 
commencing from 1621. 3 vols. Oxford, 1767. 

417 Drake's hiftory and antiquities of York, from its origin to 

the prefent time; with plates. London, 1736. 

427 L. Thucydidis de bello Pelcponnefiaco libri octo. Graece 

et Latine. Oxoniae, 1696. 

428 L. Plutarchi Chaeronenfis opera omnia Graece et Latine. 

Tomi ii. Francofurti, 1620. 

432 L» Hiftoriae Anglicanse fcriptores decern ex vetuftis manu- 
fcriptis. Londini, 1652. 

439 L. Hiftorise Auguftse fcriptores fex. Claudius Salmafms 
ex veteribus libris recenfuit. Parifiis, 1620. 

441 L. Dionis Caflii Romanarum hiftoriarum libri XXV. 
Graece et Latine. A. D. 1592. 

446 L. 



Civil Hiflory. Folio. 19 

446 Z. Dionyfii Halicarnaflei fcripta quae extant omnia, et 
hiftorica et rhetorica. Opera et ftudio Frederici 
Sylburgii. Lipfise, 1691. 

456 Z. Diodori Siculi bibliothecae hiftoricse libri quindecim de 
quadraginta. A. D. 1559* • 

459 Z. Caroli Sigonii hiftoriarum de occidentali imperio libri 
viginti. Tomus fecundus. Franc ofurti, 1593. 

461 Z. Jacobi Thuani hiftoriarum fui Temporis, accedunt 

commentariorum de vita fua, libri fex. Tomi II. 
Geneves, 1626. 

462 Z. Matths»i Paris hiftoria major. Editcre Gulielimo 

Watts. Londini, 1640. 

463 L. Pauli Jovii Novocomenfis epifcopi hiftoriarum fui tem- 

poris tomus primus. Lutetise, 1558. 

-f 468 Z. Paufanise accurata Grsecias defcriptio, Graece et Latine 
cum annotationibus Xylandeii et Fred. Sylburgii. 
Francofurti, 1633. 

.473 Z. Joh. Aventini annalium Boiorurn libri feptem cum notis 
Nicolai Cifneri. Bafilese, 161 5. 

474 Z. Chronica D. Johannis Naucleri praepofiti Tubingenfis. 

Coloniss, 1 6 14, 

475 Z. Hiftorise Romans fcriptores Latini veteres, qui extant 

omnes. Tomi II. Aurelias Allobrogum, 1609. 

476 Z. Herodoti Halicarnaftei hiftoriarum libri novem. 

Grsece et Latine. Londini, 1679. 

477 Z. Rerum Anglicamm fcriptorum veterum tomus pri- 

mus. Oxonise, 1684. 

478 Z. Diogenis Laertii de vitis, dogmatibus et apophthegma- 

tibus clarorum philofophorum, libri decern. Am- 
ftelaedami, 1698. 

480 Z. Germanicarum Rerum fcriptores aliquot infignes, Ex 
bibliotheca Marquardi Freheri. Francofurti, 1600. 

483 Z. Arriani Nicomedienfis expeditionis Alexandri libri fep- 
tem, et hiftoria Indica. Opera J. Gronovii. Lug- 
duni Batavorum, 1704. 

486 Z. Matthaei Weft flores hiftoriarum de rebus Britannids 
et chronicon ex chronicis ab initio mundi ufque ad 
annum MCXVIII. Francofurti, 1601. 

488 Z. Lhuyd'sArchseologiaBritannica; giving an account of 
the languages, hiftories and cuftoms of the original 
inhabitants of Great Britain and Ireland, vol. I. 
Oxford, 1707. 

494 •&' 



2$ Civil Hiftory. Folio. 

493 L. Alberti Krantzii Rerum Germanicarurn hi ftorica clarif- 

fimorum Regnorum Aquilcnarium, Daniae, Suecias, 
Norvagise, Chronica. Francofurti ad Masnum, 1575. 

494 L. Conradi a Liechtenaw Urfpergenfis, ordinis pra*mon- 

ftratens. ad Mindulam, Chronicon. Argentorati, 
1609. 

496 L. Polydori Virgilii urbinatis anglicse hiflorise libri XXVI. 
Bafiliasa, 1534. 

500 L. Ccnradi Gefneri bibiiotheca feu fcriptorum omnium 
fere catalogus. Tiguri, 1574. 

508 L. The life and rsign of king Henry the eighth. By 
lord Herbert, of Cherbury. London, 1682. 

511 Zr. Speed's hiftorie of Great Britaine, vnder the conqvefts 
of the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Normans; 
with cuts. Third edition. London, 1632. 



QJJ ARTO. 

9 Wrights introduction to the antiquities of Ireland, repre- 
fenting the principal ruins, curiofities and ancient dwel- 
lings in the county of Lowth; with plates. Second 
edition. London, 1758. 

12I Lyttieton's hiftory of the life of king Henry the fecond, 
& > and of the age in which he lived; with a hiftory of 
13 J the revolutions of England, from the death of Ed- 
ward the confeffor, to the birth of Henry the fecond. 
Second edition, 3 vols. London, 1 767. 

1 7 Obfervations on the Roman fenate, by Hooke, Middleton 
and Chapman. London, 1758. 

19 The Roman antiquities of Dionyfms Halicarnaflenfis. 
Tranflated into Englifh, with notes, by Edward Spel- 
man. 4 vols. London, 1758. 

22 Robertfon's hiftory of Scotland, during the reigns of queen 
Mary, and of James the fourth, till his acceffion to the 
crown of England ; with a review of the Scottish hiftory 
previous to that period, and an appendix containing 
original papers. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 
1759- 

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f 30 1 Hanway's hiftorical account or the Britifli trade over the 
& i Cafpian fea, and a journal of his travels from England 

f 3 1 J through Ruflia into Perfia, and back through Ruffia, 
Germany and Holland; alfo an account of the revo- 
lutions of Perfia, during the prefent century, and a par- 
ticular hiftory of the ufurper, Nadir Kouli Khan; with 
maps and plates. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 
1754. 

% 39 England illuftrated; or a compendium of the natural hif- 
tory, geography, topography, and antiquities, ecclefiafti- 
cal and civil, of England and Wales ; with maps of the 
feveral counties, and plar.es of many remains of anti- 
quity. 2 vols. London, 1754. 

44."} Macau! ay's hiftory of England, from the accefiion of 
& I James the firft, to the elevation of the houfe of Hano- 

45 J ver. 4 vols. London, 1767. (There are 8 vols, of* 

the latter fet — continued to the year 1680.) 

46 Smollet's complete hiftory of England, from the defcent of 

Julius Caeiar, to the treaty of Aii la Chapelle in 1748. 
4 vols. London, 1757. 

48 Karte's life of Guftavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, fur- 
named the Great. 2 vols. London, 1759. 

50 The hiftory of the late war in Germany, between the king 

of Pruilia, and the emprefs of Germany and her allies ; 
with a map of the feat of war, plans of battles, &c. 
By a general officer. London, 1766. 

51 Warner's hiftory of Ireland. London, 1763. 

52 Warner's hiftory of the rebellion and civil wars of Ireland. 

Second edition. London, 1768. 

5 3 Bower's hiftory of the popes, from the foundation of the 

fee cf Rome, to the prefent time. 4 vols. London. 
1748. 

61 Hiftorical and political difcourfes of the laws and govern- 

ment of England, from the earl'ieft times to the end of 
the reign of queen Elizabeth. Collected from the notes 
of John Selden, by Nathaniel Bacon. Fifth edition. 
London, 1760. 

62 The hiftory of the difcovery and conqueft cf the Canary 

iilands. Tranflated from a Spariifti manufcript, found 
in the ifland of Palma ; with an enquiry into the origin 
of the inhabitants, &c. by George Glas. London, 
1764. 

63 Enquiries concerning the firft inhabitants, language, reli- 

gion, learning, and letters cf Europe. London, 1758. 

6 9 



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69 An account of the war in India, between the Englifh and 
French, on the coaft of Coromandel, from 1750 to 
1760; a relation of events on the Malabar coaft, and 
the expeditions to Golconda and Surat; with maps and 
plates. Compiled from original papers, by Richard 
Owen Cambridge. London, 176 1. 

73 Thucydides , hiftory of the Peloponnefian war. Tranflated 
from the Greek, by William Smith. 2 vols. London, 

*753- 
81 Smith's hiftory of the province of New- York, from the 

firft difcovery of it, to the year 1732. London, 1757. 
84 Clarke's letters concerning the Spanifh nation; written at 

Madrid, during the years 1760 and 1761. London, 

1763. 

93 Birch's memoirs of the reign of queen Elizabeth, from 
the year 1581 ; in which the fecret intrigues of her court, 
and the conduct of the earl of EfTex are particularly 
illuftrated. Collected from the original papers of his 
intimate friend, Anthony Bacon. 2 vols. London, 

J 754- 
97 Ballard's memoirs of feveral ladies of Great Britain, who 
have been celebrated for their writings or fkill in the 
learned languages, arts and fciences. Oxford, 1752. 

101 Arbuthnot's tables of ancient coins, weights and meafures. 

Second edition. With an appendix, containing obfer- 
vations thereon, by Benjamin Langwith. London, 

*754- 

102 The orations of Demofthenes, pronounced to excite the 

Athenians againft Philip, king of Macedonia. Tran- 
flated into Englilh, and digefted fo as to form a regular 
hiftory of the progrefs of the Macedonian power; with 
notes, by Thomas Leland. London, 1756. 

* 104 — 3 A review of the military operations in North America; 
from the commencement of the French hoftilities on 
the frontiers of Virginia, in the year 1753, to the 
furrender of Ofwego, on the fourteenth of Auguft, 
1756. In a letter to a nobleman. 

f — 6 Jeffreys' map of the feat of war, on the coaft of Cho- 
romandel, with an 'explanation thereof, and an ac- 
count of the war. London, 1754. 

112 Rimius's memoirs of the hcufe of Brunfwick, from the 
moft early account of that illuftrious family, to the end 
of the reign of George the firft. London, 1730. 

116 



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1 16 An abridgement of the publie treaties, commencing with 
the treaty of Munfter, in 1648. London, 1747. 

1 1 9 Methode pour Etudier L'Hiftoire par L' Abbe du Frefnoy 
A Paris, 1735. 

120 Machiavel's works. Translated from the originals, and 
illuftrated with notes, anecdotes, &c. and the life of the 
author, with plans on the art of war, by Ellis Farne- 
worth. 2 vols. London, 1762. 

1 29 Hiftoria Philofophiae, vitas, opiniones refque geftas et dicta 
philofophorum complexa, auctore Thoma Stanleio. Lip- 
iise, 1 7 1 1 . Gift of James Greenwood. 

131 Morgan's complete hiftory of Algiers} with an epitome 
of the general hiftory of Barbary, from the earlieft 
times. London, 1 73 1. 

136 Hume's hiftory of England, from the invafion of Julius 
Csefar, to the revolution in 1688^ 6 vols. Londci^ 
1762. 

138 Hume's hiftory of England, under the houfe of Tudor; 
comprehending the reigns of Henry the feventh, Henry 
the eighth, Edward the fixth, Mary and Elizabeth. 2 
vols. London, 1759. 

139 Hume's hiftory of Great Britain, under the houfe of Stu- 
art; containing the reigns of James the firft, Charles 
the firft, the commonwealth., and Charles the fecond, 
and James the fecond. Second edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1752. 

140 Jackfon's chronological antiquities of the moft ancient king- 
doms, from the creation of the world ; for the fpace of 
five thoufand years. 3 vols. London, 1752. 

142 The operations of the allied army, under the command 
of Ferdinand, duke of Brunfwick; beginning in the 
year 1757, and ending in the year 1762; with maps and 
plans. By an officer in the Britiih forces. London, 
1764. 

Davila's hiftory of the civil wars of France ; during the 
reigns of Francis the fecond, Charles the ninth, Henry 
the third, and Henry the fourth. Tranflated from the 
Italian, by Ellis Farneworth. 2 vols. London, 1758. 

f 149 The odes of Pindar; with feveral other pieces in profe and 
verfe. Tranflated from the Greek, by Gilbert Weft; 
with a difTertation on the Olympic games. London. 
1749. 

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24 Civil Hiftory. Quarto. 

151 Palmer's general hiftory of printing, from its firft inven- 
tion, in the city of Mentz. London, 1 733. 

262 Keith's hiftory of the Britifh plantations in America; with 
a chronological account of the moft remarkable things 
which happened to the firft adventurers. Part I. con- 
taining the hiftory of Virginia, &c. London, 1738. 

t68 Mafcou's hiftory of the ancient Germans; including that 
of the Cimbri, Suevi, Alemanni, Franks, Saxons, Goths, 
Vandals and other northern nations, who overthrew the 
Roman empire. Tranflated from the High Dutch, by 
Thomas Lediard. 2 vols. London, 1738. 

177 Salmon's modern hiftory; or the prefent ftate of all nati- 
ons, defcribing their laws, cuiloms, religion, policy, &c. 
6 vols. Dublin, 1 755. 

178") Bouquet's hiftorical account of the expedition againfl the 
& £• Ohio indians, in the year 1764; with a map and 
1 79 J plates. Philadelphia, 1765. 

190 The prefent ftate of Europe; or the hiftorical and politi- 
cal monthly mercury; giving an account of the public 
and private occurrences in every court. For the year 
1698. Vol. 9. London, 1698. Gift of Francis Rich' 

ardfon* 

\ 209 Aglionby's lives of the moft eminent painters, from Ci- 
mabue to the time of Raphael and Michael Angelo ; 
with obfervations upon painting, and an explanation of 
the difficult terms. London, 1685. 

f 210 Strahlenb erg's hiftorico-geographical defcription of the 
northern and eaftern parts of Europe and Afia; but 
more particularly of Ruffia, Siberia and Great Tartary. 
Tranflated from the German. London, 1738. 

215 Warner's hiftory of the rebellion and civil wars of Ireland. 

Second edition. London, 1768. 

216 Robertfon's hiftory of the reign of the emperor Charles 

the fifth; with a view of the progress of fociety in Eu* 
rope, from the fubverfion of the Roman empire, to the 
beginning of the fixteenth century. 3 vols. London, 
1769. 

■ 222 Nugent's hiftory of Vandalia ; containing the ancient and 
prefent ftate of Mecklenburg ; its revolutions under the 
Vandals, the Venedi and the Saxons. London, 1766. 

228 Knox's journal of the campaigns in North America, for the 
years 1757, 1758, 1759* and 1760; containing the moft 
remarkable occurrences of that period. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1769. 



Civil Hiftory. Quarto. 25 

231 Warner's hiflory of Ireland. London, 1763. 
233 Jortin's life of Erafmus. 2 vols. London, 1738. 

246 Mac Pherfon's introduction to the hiftory of Great Britain 

and Ireland; or an inquiry into the origin, &c. of the 
Britons, Scots, Irifh, and Anglo-faxons. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1772. 

247 Blackwell's memoirs of the court of Auguftus. Third 

edition. 3 vols. London, 1764. 

249 Madox's hiftory and antiquities of the exchequer of the 
kings of England, from the Norman conqueft, to the 
end of the reign of Edward the fecond. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1769. 

f 251 Walpole's anecdotes of painting in England; with fome 
account of the principal artifts, &c. with plates. Col- 
lected by the late George Vertue. 3 vols. London, 
1765. 

f 252 Walpole's catalogue of engravers, who have been born or 
refided in England ; digefted from the manufcripts of 
George Vertue. Strawbery-hill, 1765. 

f* 258 — 2 Pittman's ftate of the European fettlements on the 
Miffiflippi; with a geographical defcription of that 
river, illuftrated by plans and draughts. London, 
1770. 

267 Dalrymple's memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland, from 
the diftblution of the laft parliament of Charles the fe- 
cond, until the fea battle of La Hogue. London, 1773. 

271 Verelft's view of the rife, progrefs and prefent ftate of the 
Englifh government in Bengal. London, 1772. 

273"! Dow's hiftory of Hindoftan; with plates. Translated 
& > from the Perfian. Second edition. 3 vols. London, 
402 J 1770. 

276 Mac Pherfon's critical difTertations on the origin, antiqui- 
ties, language, government, manners, and religion of 
the ancient Caledonians, their pofterity the Pi&s, and 
the Britifh and Irifh Scots. London, 1768. 

280 Manftein's memoirs of Ruflia, hiftorical, political and 
military. Tranflated from the original into Englifh. 
London, 1770. 

289 Leland's hiftory of Ireland, from the invafion of Henry 
the fecond. 3 vols. London, 1773. 

296 

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16 Civil Hi/lory. Quarto. 

301 State papers and letters, addrefled to William Carftares, 

confidential fecretary to king William; relating to the 
affairs of Great Britain. With the life of William Car- 
ftares. Publiihed by Jofeph M c Cormick. Edinburgh, 
*774- 

302 The hiftory of Jamaica; or a general furvey of the anci- 

ent and modern ftate of that ifland; with plates. 3 vols. 
London, 1774. 

3 3 / Robertfon's hiftory of South America; with plates. 2 
f vols. London, 1777. Second edition. London, 1778. 

326 Berkenhout's Biographia Literaria; or a biographical hif- 
tory of literature; containing the lives of the Englifh, 
Scotifh, and Irifh authors, from the firft dawn of letters 
in thefe kingdoms to the prefent time. vol. 1 . London, 

1777. 

327") Williams on the rife, progrefs and prefent ftate of the 
& > United Provinces, Denmark, Sweden, Ruftia, and 
459 J Poland. 2 vols. London, 1777. 

334 Stuart's hiftory of Scotland, from the eftabliihment of the 
reformation, till the death of queen Mary. 2 vols. 
London, 1782. 

337 Gibbon's hiftory of the decline and fall of the Roman em- 
pire; with maps. 6 vols. London, 1782 and 1788. 

343 Watfon's hiftory of the reigns of Philip the fecond and 

Philip the third. 3 vols. London, 1778 and 1783. 

344 Fergufon's hiftory of the progrefs and termination of the 

Roman republic; with maps. 3 vols. London, 1783. 

■J- 347 See page 7, ( Ecdefwjlical Hiflory.) 

359 Whitaker's hiftory of Manchefter. 2 vols. London, 177 1. 

363 Nichols's biographical and literary anecdotes of William 
Bowyer, printer, and of many of his learned friends; 
containing an incidental view of the progrefs and ad- 
vancement of literature in this kingdom, from the be- 
ginning of the prefent century to the end of the year 
1777. London, 1782. 

* 375 — 3 Hurd's affectionate tribute to the memory of the late 
Doctor John Fothergill. London, 1781. 

378 Gaft's hiftory of Greece, from the acceffion of Alexander 
of Macedon, till its final fubjeclicn to the Roman power. 
London, 1782. 

385 



Civil Hiftory. Quarto. 27 

385 Marfden's hiftory of Sumatra; containing an account of 
the government, laws, cuftoms, and manners of the 
native inhabitants. London, 1783. 

338 Grofe's antiquities of England and Wales; with plates. 
4 vols. London, 1773. 

389 Memoirs of Thomas Hollis, Efquire; with plates. 2 vols. 
London, 1780. 

394 Mac Pherfons hiftory of Great Britain, from the reform- 

ation, to the acoeilion of the houfe of Hanover. Se- 
cond edition. 2 vols. London, 1776. 

395 Mac Pherfon's mifcellaneous ftate papers; from 1501 to 

1526. 2 vols. London, 1778. 

403 Parker's evidence of our tranfactions in the Eaft Indies, 
with an enquiry into the conduct of Great Britain to 
other countries, from 1763. London, 1782. 

407 Strutt's chronicle of England; or a compleat hiftory of 
the ancient Britons and Saxons, from the landing of 
Julius Csdar in Britain, to the Norman ccnqueft; with 
plates. 2 vols. London, 1779. 

421 Drinkwater's hiftory of the late fiege of Gibralter; with 
a defcription and account of that garrifon, from the 
earlieft periods; with plates. London, 1785. 

424 De Foe's hiftory of the union between England and Scot- 
land; with an appendix of original papers, and the life 
of the author. London, 1786. 

438 Gillies' hiftory of ancient Greece; from the earlieft ac- 
counts till the divifion of the Macedonian empire in the 
eaft; with maps. 2 vols. London, 1786. 

441 Warrington's hiftory of Wales; with an appendix. Lon- 
don, 1786. 

444 Scott's translation of the memoirs of Eradut Khan, a no- 
bleman of Hindoftan; in which are difplayed the caufes 
of the decline of the Mogul empire in India. London, 
1786. 

446 The Antiquarian Repertory; with plates. 4 vols. Lon- 

don, 1779. 

447 Archseologia ; or mifcellaneous tracts, relating to antiqui- 

ty. Publiihed by the fociety of antiquaries of London; 
with plates. 7 vols. London, 177c. 

449 



2 8 Civil Hiftory. Quarto. 

449 Ames's typographical antiquities; or an hiftorical account 
of the origin and progrefs of printing in Great Britain 
and Ireland; from the year 1471 to the year 1600. 
Confiderably augmented by William Herbert, vols. *i 
and 2. London, 1785. 

452 Rowland's Mona Antiqua Reftaurata; an archaeological 
difcourfe on the antiquities, natural and hiftorical, of 
the ifle of Anglefey; with plates. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1766. 

454 Fenn's original letters, written during the reigns of Hen- 
ry the fixth, Edward the fourth, and Richard the third; 
with plates. 2 vols. London, 1787. 

* 456 — 1 Samwell's narrative of the death of captain James 

Cook. London, 1786. 

461 Tarleton's hiftory of the campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in 
the fouthern provinces of North America; with maps. 
London, 1787. 

* 462 — 9 An account of the firft fettlement of Virginia, Mary- 

land, New York, New Jerfey, and Pennfylvania, 
by the Englifh ; with a map of Maryland. London, 

»735- 

« — 15 An hiftorical memorial of the negodation of France 
and England, from the twenty-fixth of March, 
1 761, to the twentieth of September. London, 
1761. 

—20 A narrative of the proceedings of the people of South 
Carolina, in the year 1 7 1 9. London, 1720. 

* 465 — 12 Patent for Plymouth in New England; with extracts 

from the records of that colony. Bofton, 1 751. 

15 An account of the Imperial proceedings againft the 
Turks. London, 1685. 

* 466 — 14 A fpeech of general Monck, at Whitehall, February 

21, 1659. London, 1659. 

467 Smith's hiftory of New York, from its firft difcovery to 

the year 1732. London, 1757. 

468 A journal of the proceedings in the detection of the con- 

spiracy, formed by fome white people, in conjunction 
with negro and other Haves, for burning the city of 
New York. New York, 1 744. 

* 469 — 6 An hiftorical account of Bouquet's expedition againft 

the Ohio indians, in 1764; with military papers, a 
map and plates. Philadelphia, 1 765. 

474 



Civil Hi/lory, Quarto. 29 

474 Morton's New England's memoriall. Cambridge, 1669. 

475 Hubbard's narrative of the troubles with the indians in 

New England, from 1607 to 1677. Bofton, 1677. 

* 478 — 2 Underbill's news from America; containing a relation 
of their warlike proceedings. London, 1638. 

—3 Thorowgood's Jewes in America; or conjectures con- 
cerning the origin of the American indians. Lon- 
don, 1650. 

— 4 L'Eftrange's Americans no Jewes; or an anfwer to 
Thorowgood's conjectures. London, 1652. 

484 Hiftorie der boccaniers of vry-buyters van America; met 
figuuren. T'Amfterdam, 1700. 

487 Novas Suecise feu Pennfylvanise in America defcriptio. 
Stockholmias, 1702. 

490 Alter und neuer muntz fchliinel, ein tractat von der muntz 

alterthum, aufkommen, gerechtigkeit felbige zu fchla- 
gen unterfchiedlichen forten, als Hebraifh, &c. (with 
plates.) Niirnberg, 1692. 

491 Henry's hiftory of Great Britain, from the firft invafion 

of it by the Romans under Julius Casfar; with maps. 
5 vols. London and Edinburgh, 1785. 

492 Clavigero's hiftory of Mexico; with plates, and critical 

diftertations on the land, the animals, and inhabitants 
of Mexico. Tranflated from the Italian, by Charles 
Cullen. 2 vols. London, 1787. 

493 O'Halloran's general hiftory of Ireland, from the earliefl: 

accounts to the clofe of the twelfth century. 2 vols. 
London, 1778. 

494 Cunningham's hiftory of Great Britain; from the year 

1688, to the acceilion of George the firft. Tranflated 
from the Latin; with an introduction, containing an ac- 
count of the author and his writings, by William 
Thomfon, 2 vols. London, 1787. 

496 Millar's hiftorical view of the Englifti government, from 
the fettlement of the Saxons in Britain, to the acceffion 
of the houfe of Stewart. London, 1787. 

£07 The hiftory of the United Provinces of the Netherlands 
from the death of Philip the fecond, king of Spain, to 
the truce made with Albert and Ifabella. By William 
Lothian. London, 1786. 

518 X, 



30 Civil Hi/lory, Quarto. 

518 L. Johannis Rofmi Romanarum antiquitatum corpus ab- 
folutiffimum cum notis Thomas Dempfter. Lugdu- 
ni Batavorum, 1663. 

C21 L. Johannis Marianse Hiipani hiftorias de rebus Hifpaniac 
libri XXX. Tomi II. Moguntise, 1705. 

523 L. Numifmata Imperatorum Romanorum praeflantiora a 
Julio Caefare ad poftumum et tyrannos. Per Joan- 
nem Vailiant. Tomus primus. Lutetiae Parifiorum, 
1694. 

532 L. Gerardi Johannis Voffit de hiftoricis Latinis, libri III. 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1651. 

538 L. Iambi ichi Chalcidenfis de vita Pythagoras et protrep- 
ticas orationes ad philofophiam, lib. duo. Graece et 
Latine. Johanne Arcerio Theodoieto interprete. 
In Bibliopolo Commeliniano, 1598. 

540 L. Ammiani Marcellini rerum geftarum qui de XXXI. 
fuperfunt libri XVIII. Hamburgi, 1609. 

543 Z. La hiftoria D'ltalia di M. Francefco Guicciardini. 
Genevae, 1645. 

556 L. Ogygia; feu rerum Hibernicarum chronologia ab uni- 
verfali diluvio ad annum 428, cum regum Hiberniae 
Chriftianorum ad annum 1022 et aliorum eventuum 
ad Carolum II. tabula brevi nee non carmine chro- 
nographico et Regum in Britannia, Scotorum cata- 
logo. Authore Roderico O'Flaherty. Londini, 
1685. 

* 559 L. — 2 Romanae hiitorise Anthologia; being an Englifh 

expofition of the Roman antiquities. London, 
1655. 

—3 Archasologiae Attics libri feptem; being feven of 
the Attick antiquities. By Francis Rous and 
Zachary Bogan. Fourth edition. Oxford, 1654. 

561 Z.. Gerardi Johannis Voffii de veterum poetarum tempo- 
ribus, libii duo, qui funt de poetis Grascis et Lati- 
nis. Amftelsedami, 1654. 



OCTAVO. 



Civil Hiftory. O&avo. 31 



OCTAVO. 

1 Pafchall's life; with his letters relating to the Jefuits. 
Translated into Englilh by W. A. 2 vols. London, 
1744. 

3 Bolingbroke's letters on the ftudy and ufe of hiftory. ,2 
vols. London, 1752. 

7 Crantz's hiftory of Greenland; containing a defcription of 
the country and its inhabitants; with plates. Tranilat- 
ed from the High Dutch. 2 vols. London, 1767. 

9 Lewis's life of mayfter Wyllyam Caxton, of the Weald 
of Kent, the firft printer in England; with an account 
of the rife and progrefs of the art of pryntyng, in En- 
gland, during his time, till 1493. London, 1737. 

t 1 ") Plutarch's lives; with plates. Trandated from the 
& > Greek, with notes, by M. Dacier. 8 vols. London, 
848J 1727. 

12 Gordon's general hiftory of the lives, trials, and executi- 
ons of all the royal and noble perfonages that have fuf- 
fered in Great Britain and Ireland; from the acceftion 
of Henry the eighth. With an account of the rebellions 
in England, Scotland and Ireland, for the two iaft cen- 
turies; with plates. 3 vols. London, 1760. 

16 Vertot's critical hiftory of the eftablifhment of the Bretons 

among the Gauls. Tranflated from the French, by 
Mr. Henley. 2 vols. London, 1722. 

17 Broderick's hiftory of the late war in the Netherlands, 

Germany, Italy, and Spain; with an abftracl: of the 
treaty of Utrecht, and plans of battles, &c. Second 
edition. London, 1732. 

25 Smith's hiftory of the colony of New Jerfey; from its 
firft fettlement, to the year 1725; with fome particulars 
fmce, and a view of its prefent ftate. Burlington, 1 765. 

28 Grey's collection of the debates of the houfe of commons, 
from the year 1667, to the year 1694. 10 vols. Lon- 
don, 1763. 

49 The works of Flavius Jofephus, the Jewifh hiftorian. 
Tranflated from the original Greek; with the notes of 
Reland, Cellarius and others, and the plans, maps and 
notes of William Whifton. 4 vols. London, 1755. 

53 



3 2 Civil Hiftory. O&avo. 

53 A complete hiftory of the late war; or annual regifter of 
its rife, progrels and events in Europe, Afia, Africa, 
and America; with plates. Dublin, 1763. 

59 Robertfon's hiftory of Scotland, during the reign of queen 
Mary and king James the fixth, till his acceffion to the 
crown of England; with a review of the Scottifh hifto- 
ry previous to that period. Fourth edition. London, 
1761. 

f 6cT 

T 5°3 An hiftorical review of the conftitution and government 
l ^2^ °^ Pcnnfylvania, from its origin. London, 1759. 

t 1763 J 

62 An enquiry into the caufes of the alienation of the Dela- 
ware and Shawanefe indians, &c. with notes, by the 
editor, explaining fundry indian cuftoms, &c. Lon- 
don, 1759. 

64 A concife account of North America; with a defcription 
of feveral nations of indians. By Robert Rogers. 
London, 1765. 

69 Voltaire's general hiftory and ftate of Europe, from the 
time of Charlemain, to Charles the fifth; with a preli- 
minary view of the oriental empires. Tranilated from 
the French. London, 1754. 

71 Collins's peerage of England; containing a genealogical 
account of all the peers of England; with plates. Third 
edition. 6 vols. London, 1756. 

Si Bculainvilliers' hiftorical account of the ancient parlia- 
ments of France, or ftates general of the kingdom, 
and chronological abridgement of the hiftory of France, 
under the reign of the kings of the Jfirft race. Trans- 
lated from the French, by Charles Forman. 2 vols. 
London, 1739. 

$2 Cooper's life of Socrates. Second edition. London, 1750. 

83 Campbell's lives of the admirals, and other eminent Britifli 
feamen; including an accurate naval hiftory, from the 
earlieft account of time. Third edition. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1 761. 

92 Thucydides' hiftory of the Grecian war; with maps. 
Tranflated by Thomas Hobbes. Third edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1723. 

■J- 93 See page 7, ( Ecckfiajlka! Hijlory.) 

97 



Civil Hiftory. Octavo. 33 

97 *} Rapin's hiftory of England; with genealogical tables, and 

& V plates. Tranflated from the French into Engliih, with 

542 J a continuation, by N. Tindal. Frrft edition. 30 vols. 

London, 1728. Fourth edition. 21 vols. London, 

*757- 
100 The Britifh empire in America; containing the hiftory of 
the difcovery, fettlement, progrefs, and ftate of die 
colonies on the continent and iflands of America, from 
the year 17 10, to the prefent time. Second edition. 2 
vols. London, 1741. 

105 Croix's hiftory of Genghifcan the Great, firft emperor of 
the ancient Moguls and Tartars, and his fucceiTors to 
the prefent time; with an account of the manners, cuf- 
toms and laws of the ancient Moguls and Tartars. 
Tranflated into Engliih. London, 1722. 

107 Memoirs of Philip de Comines; containing the hiftory of 
Europe for almoft half the fifteenth century; particu- 
larly the reigns of Lewis the eleventh of France, and 
Edward the fourth and Henry the feventh of England. 
Tranflated from the French into Engliih; with remarks 
on all the occurrences relating to England, by Mr. 
Uvedale. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1723. 

fin Brockwell's political and natural hiftory of Portugal, from 
its firft erection into a kingdom, anno 1090, to the pre- 
fent time; with the hiftory of Brazil, and all other 
dominions fubject to Portugal, in Afia, Africa and 
America. London, 1726. 

112 Gyllius's antiquities of Conftantinople, with a defcription 
of its fituation, &c. with cuts. Tranflated from the 
Latin, by John Ball. London, 1729. 

1 1 3 1 Lediard's life of John, duke of Marlborough ; with 
& > maps, plans of battles, and a number of original let- 
266 J ters and papers. 3 vols. London, 1736. 

114 The hiftory of New England; containing an account of 
the civil and ecclefiaftical affairs of the country, to the 
year of our Lord 1 700 ; with its prefent ftate. Alfo an 
appendix, containing their charter, ecclefiaftical difci- 
pline and municipal laws. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1747. 

f 117 The hiftory and proceedings of the houfe of commons, 
from the reftoration to the year 1746. 16 vols. Lon- 
don. 

f 1 1 8 The hiftory and proceedings of the houfe of lords, from 
the reftoration, \o the year 1 741. 8 vols. London. 

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121 Sully's memoirs; containing the hiitory of the life and 
reign of Henry the Great, and his own administration 
under him. Tranflated from the French ; with the trial 
of Ravillac, for the murder of Henry the Great. 5 
vols. London, 1757. 

128 BofTuet's introduction to univerfal hiitory. Tranflated by 

Richard Spence. Belfait, 1742. 

129 The ancient and modern univerfal hiitory, from the earlieft 

account of time; compiled from original authors; with 
maps, cuts, notes, and a general index to the whole. 
64 vols. London, 1747, &c. 

136 Herrera's general hiitory of the continent and iflands of 
America, from the firfl difcovery thereof. Colle&ed 
from original relations lent to the king of Spain. Tranf- 
lated into Englifh, by John Stevens. 6 vols. London, 
1725. 

140 Midon's hiitory of the rife and fall of Maflaniello, the 

fiflierman of Naples; containing a relation of the tu- 
mults and infurrections that happened in that kingdom 
in the year 1747? on account of the tax upon fruits. 
London, 1729. 

141 Hotoman's account of the ancient free (late of France, 

and moil other parts of Europe, before the lofs of their 
liberties. Written in 1 574, and tranflated into Englifh. 
Second edition. London, 1721. 

143 PuffendorfPs introduction to the hiitory of the principal 
kingdoms and (rates of Europe; with an appendix, con- 
taining an introduction to the hiitory of the Hates of 
Italy. Tranflated from the High Dutch. Eighth 
edition. London, 1719. 

ijj The antiquities of St. Peter's; or the abbey church of 
Weftminfter, containing the epitaphs, lives, marriages, 
and arms of eminent perfonages; with plates. Third 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1722. 

150 A general hiitory of the Turks, Moguls and Tartars; 

with a defcription of the countries they inhabit. Tranf- 
lated from the French. 2 vols. London, 1730. 

151 Littlebury 's translation of the hiitory of Herodotus. Third 

edition. 2 vols. London, 1737. 

155") Rollin's Roman hiitory, from the foundation of Rome 
8c > to the battle of Actium; that is, to the end of the com- 
541 J monwealth. Tranflated from the French. Second 
edition. 16 vols. London, 1754. 

162 



Civil Hiftcry. 0£avo. $$ 

162 Memoirs concerning the affairs of Scotland, from queen 
Anne's acceffion to the throne, to the union of the two 
kingdoms of Scotland and England, in May, 1707; 
with an account of the defigned invafion from France, 
and reflections on the ancient ftate of Scotland. Second 
edition. London, 1714. 

165 Rollin's hiftory of the arts and fciences of the ancients. 
Tranflated from the French. 4 vols. London, 1737. 

f 166 The parliamentary or constitutional hiftory of England; 
from the earlieft times to the reftoration of king Charles 
the fecond. By feveral hands, Second edition. 24 
vols. London, 1762. 

T 74") ^he memoirs of Edmund Ludlow, Efquire. 3 vols. VI- 
o \ va Y (Switzerland) 1698. 

179 Vertot's hiftory of the revolutions in Spain, from the firft 
foundation of the monarchy, to the acceflion of Lewis 
the firft; with a hiftory of the late war. Tranflated 
from the French, by Mr. Morgan. 5 vols. London, 

1724. 

1 [ An account of the European fettlements in America. 
n \ Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1758. 

182 A new and general biographical dictionary; containing an 
hiftorical and critical account of the lives and writings 
of the moft eminent perfons in every nation; from the 
earlieft accounts to the prefent period. 12 vols. Lon- 
don, 1 761. 

185 Torcy's memiors; containing the hiftory of the nego- 
ciations from the treaty of Ryfwick, to the peace of 
Utrecht. Tranilated from the French. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1757. 

f 200 The life and pofthumous works of Richard Claridge; be- 
ing memoirs relating to his experiences and progrefs in 
religion, &c. Collected by Jofeph Befte. London, 
1726. 

20^ Memoirs of Ireland, from the reftoration to the prefent 
time. London, 17 16. 

204 Xenophon's memorable things of Socrates; with the lives 
of Socrates and Xenophcn, by M. Charpentier, &c. 
Tranflated by Edward Bysfhe. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1722. 

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36 Civil Hijiory. O&avc. 

205 1 Braithwaite's hiftory of the revolutions in the empire of 
& S- Morocco, upon the death of the late emperor Muley 
355 J Ifhmael; with obfervations, natural, moral and politi- 
cal, relating to that country and people. London, 1 729. 

207 Snelgrave's account of fome parts of Guinea, and the 

flave trade; containing the hiftory of the late conqueft 
of the kingdom of Whidaw; the manner of the negroes 
becoming flaves, and a relation of the author's being 
taken by pirates. London, 1734. 

208 The fufferings of John Couftos, for Free-mafonry, and 

for his refufmg to turn Roman catholic, in the inquifi- 
tion at Lifbon. London, 1 746. Gift of David Hall. 

209 Daniel's hiftory of France, from the time the French mo- 

narchy was eftablifhed in Gaul, to the death of Lewis 
the fourteenth. Tranflated from the French into Englifh. 
5 vols. London, 1726. 

211 Skinner's life of general Monk, duke of Albemarle. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1724. 

223 Warwick's memoirs of the reign of Charles the firft ; with 
impartial characters of many great perfons, and a con- 
tinuation to the reftomtion of Charles the fecond. Third 
edition. London, 1703. 

* 227 — 2 Lechford's plain dealing; or newes from New En- 

gland; containing a view of its government, &c. 
London, 1641. 

— 5 Dodridge's hiftory of the ancient and modern eilate of 
Wales, Cornwall and Chefter. London, 1630. 

— 6 View of the life and reign of Henry the third, king 
of England. 1627. 

— 7 Naunton's obfervations on the late queen Elizabeth, 
her times and favorites. 1642. 

* 230 — 2 The new life of Virginia; declaring the former fvccefte 

and prefent ftate of that plantation. London, 161 2. 

T-3 Barri's Cochin-china; containing many admirable ra- 
rities and Angularities of that country. London, 
1633- 

— 4 Newes of Sir Walter Rauleigh; with a true defcrip- 
tion of Gviana, and a relation of the excellent go- 
uernment, &c< London, 161 8. 

Smith's New England's trials, declaring the prefent 
eftate of that happie plantation. Second edition. 
London, 1622. 

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Civil Hi/lory. O&avo. 37 

234 Perrault's chambers, hiftorical and panegyrical, of the 

greateft men that have appeared in France, during the 
laft century. Tranflated into Englifh, by J. Ozell. 2 
vols, in one. London, 1704. 

235 Maurier's lives of all the princes of Orange, from Willi- 

am the Great, founder of the commonwealth of the 
United Provinces. With the life of king William the 
third, by Thomas Brown. London, 1693. 

236 The antiquities of Palmyra; containing the hiftory of the 

city and its emperors, from its foundation to the prefent 
time. London, 1696. 

239 Le Clerc's lives of Clemens Alexandrinus, Eufebius, bifhop 
of Caefarea, Gregory Nazianzen, and Prudentius the 
Chriilian poet; with an account of their writings, and 
a fhort hiftory of Pelagianilm. Tranflated into Englifh. 
London, 1696. 

241 Langallerie's memoirs; containing an account of the mod 

fecret intrigues of the French, Spanifh and Bavarian 
courts; remarkable battles, &c. in Germany, Spain and 
Flanders ; with the treaties made with France from the 
year 1687 to 17 10, and feveral original letters from 
eminent perfonages in Europe. Tranflated from the 
French. Second edition. London, 17 10. 

242 Caradoc's hiftory of Wales; comprehending the lives of 

the princes of Wales, from Cadwalader to Lhewelyn, 
the laft prince of Britifn blood; with a fhort account of 
the affairs of Wales, under the kings of England. Lon- 
don, 1697. 

f 244 A general collection of treaties of peace and commerce* 
renunciations, manifeftoes, and other public papers; 
from the year 1642, to the year 1731. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1732. 

f 245 Frefnoy's art of painting; with remarks. Tranflated into 
Englifh, with an original preface, containing a parallel 
between painting and poetry, by Mr. Dryden. Alfo an 
account of the moft eminent painters, by Fachard Gra- 
ham. London, 1750. 

250 Palafox's hiftory of the conqueft of China, by the Tartars; 
with an account of the religion, manners, &c. of both 
nations. Tranflated from the Spanifh into Englifh* 
London, 1671. 

?z$ The life and reign of Anne, queen of England; contain- 
ing a particular account of the moft remarkable tranf- 
adions during her reign. London, 1738. 

258 



3$ Civil Hi/lory. Octavo. 

258 The hiftory of Polybins the Megalapolitan ; containing a 
general account of the tranfactions of the world, and 
principally of the Roman people, during the firft and 
fecond Punic wars. Tranflated by Sir H. S. With a 
character of Polybius and his writings, by Mr. Dryden. 
Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1698. 

* 261 — 4 State of the colonic of Virginia; with the names of 

the aduenturors, &c. London, 1620. 

—•5 Hammond's Leah and Rachel; or the fruitfull fillers 
Virginia and Maryland ; their prefent condition im- 
partially ftated. London, 1656. 

* 262—1 A relation of the proceedings of the Englifli planta- 

tion fettled at Plimoth in New England. London, 
1622. 

— 2 A relation of the battell fought in New England, be- 
tween the Englifh and the Pequet ! falvages; with 
the prefent ftate of things there. London, 1638. 

— 3 New England's plantation; or a defcription of the 
commodities and difcommodities of that country. 
London, 1630. 

— 4 Mather's hiftory of the war with the Indians in New 
England. London, 1676. 

— 5 An account of the province of Carolina in America. 
London, 1682. 

263 Morton's New Canaan; containing an abftracl of New 
England; fetting forth the original of the natives, &c. 
Amfterdam, 1637. 

* 264 — 1 The ftate of Virginia and the college, by Meflrs. Hart- 

well, Blair and Chilton. London, 1727. 

— 2 The ftate of Virginia, by Hugh Jones. 

— 3 An account of the cafes that have retarded the pro- 
grefs of the colony of Georgia, in America. Lon- 
don, 1743. 

%6$ Hubbard's prefent ftate of New England ; being a narra- 
tive of the troubles with the indians in New England, 
from the firft planting thereof, in the year 1607, to the 
year 1677. London, 1677. 

267 The complete hiftory of the affairs of Spain, from the 
firft treaty of partition, to the prefent time; containing 
the actions of queen Anne and her allies in Spain, the 
Netherlands, Italy, &c. to fecure Spain to the houfe of 
Auftria. London, 1709. Gift of John Sober. 

271 



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171 An account of the earl of Peterborow's conduct in Spain; 
the campaign of Valencia, with original papers. Second 
edition. London, 1707. 

272 An account of Denmark, as it was in the year 1692. 
London, 1694. 

275 Roger Coke's detection of the court and ftate of England ; 
from king James the firft, to the death of queen Anne ; 
confiding of private memoirs, &c. Fourth edition. 3 
vols. London, 1719. 

277 1 The hiftory of Dion Caflius, abridged, by Xiphilin; con- 
ic > taining the moll confiderable pafTages under the Roman 

856 J emperors, from the time of Pompey the Great, to 
Alexander Severus. Tranflated from the Greek, by 
Mr. Manning. 2 vols. London, 1 704. 

28c! Du Halde's general hiftory of China; with maps and 
& > plates. Third edition. 4 vols. London, 1741. N°. 
901 J 280 is the gift of John M* Michael. 

285 Verftegan's reftitution of decayed intelligence in antiqui- 
ties, concerning the Englim nation. Antwerp, 1605. 

287 De Burigny's life of Hugo Grotius. Written originally 
in French. London, 1754. 

291 A complete hiftory of the piratical ftates of Barbary, viz. 
Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli, and Morocco ; containing the 
origin, revolutions and prefent ftate of thefe kingdoms. 
London, 1750. 

301 Middleton's hiftory of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 
Fifth edition. 3 vols. London, 1755. 

311 The general hiftory of Polybius. Tranflated from the 
Greek, by Mr. Hampton. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1761. 

318 Banier's mythology and fables of the ancients, explained 
from hiftory. Tranflated from the French. 4 vols. 
London, 1739. 

320 Voltaire's age of Lewis the fourteenth. Tranflated from 
the French. 2 vols. London, 1752. 

329 Toland's life of John Milton; containing the hiftory of his 
works; characters of men and books, fects, parties and 
opinions; with Amyntor; or a defence of Milton's life. 
London, 1761. 

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130 Bellicard's obfervations upon the antiquities of the town 
of Herculaneum, difcovered at the foot of mount Ve- 
fuvius; with a fhort defcription of the antiquities of 
Naples. With plates. London, 1753. 

331 Cooper's life of Socrates. Third edition. London, 1750. 

332 Roll's impartial reprefentation of the conduct of the fede- 

ral powers of Europe, engaged in the late general war; 
with an account of their military and naval operations, 
from the commencement of hoflilities, in 1739, to the 
treaty of Aix la Chapelle, in 1748. 4 vols. London, 
1749. 

335 Stevens's hiftory of Perfia; containing the lives and acti- 
ons of their kings, from the firit. erecting of that mo- 
narchy to this time; an exact defcription of all its 
dominions; an account of India, China, Tartary, &c. 
and the manners of the people. London, 17 15. Gift 
of Jofeph BreintnalL 

\ 337 A collection of the parliamentary debates in England, 
from the year 1668, to the prefent time. 9 vols. Lon- 
don, 1741. 

* 361 — 1 An account of Denmark, as it was in the year 1692. 

Fourth edition. London, 1738. 

— 2 An account of Sueden, as it was in the year 1688; 
with an extract of the hiftory of that kingdom* 
London, 1738. 

— 4 A narrative of the life and death of John Rhinholdt 
count Patkul, a nobleman of Livonia, who was 
broke alive upon the wheel in Great Poland, anno 
1707. Third edition. London, 1738. 

Rr L Stith's hiftory of the firft difcovery and fettlement of 
1 f Virginia. Williamftmrg, 1747. London, 1753. 

f 368 The morals of Epictetus; with the comment of Simplicius. 
Tranflated from the Greek into Englifti, by George 
Stanhope; with the life of Epictetus, from Monfieur 
Boileau. Fourth edition. London, 1721. 

374 Flechier's life of the emperor Theodofius the Great. 
Tranflated from the French, by Francis Manning. 
London, 1693. 

* 377 — 2 Memoirs of the revolutions in Bengal, in 1757. Lon- 

don, 1760. 

379 



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379 Reliquiae Bodleianae; or fome genuine remains of Sir Tho- 
mas Bodley; containing his life; the draught of the 
ftatutes of the library at Oxford, and a collection of let- 
ters to Dr. James, &c. London, 1 703. Gift of Mr. 
jfones. 

381 Nicholibn's Englifh hiftorical library; or a fhort view of 
moft of the writers now extant. London, 1696. Gift 
of Henry Pratt. 

t 392 An abridgment of Sir Walter Raleigh's hiftory of the 
world ; his premonition to princes, and fome remains of 
that learned knight; with the author's life, trial and 
death. Third edition. London, 1702. Gift of John 
Smith. 

396 Ali's hiftory of Timurbec, emperor of the Moguls and 
Tartars; being an hiftorical journal of his conquefts in 
Afia and Europe. Tranilated from the Perfian. 2 
vols. London, 1723. 

398 The mufes library; or a feries of Englifh poetry; con- 
taining alfo the lives and characters of all the known 
writers, &c. London, 174 1. Gift of John Smith. 

406 Vertot's hiftory of the revolutions that happened in the 

government of the Roman republic. Written in French. 
Fifth edition. 2 vols. London, 1740. 

407 Vertot's hiftory of the revolutions of Portugal. Fifth edi- 

tion. London, 1754. 

410 A general hiftory of the pyrates, from their firft rife and 
fetr.lement in the illand of Providence, to the prefent 
time. By Charles Johnfon. With an abftract of the 
ftatute and civil law, in relation to pyracy. Fourth edi- 
tion. 2 vols. London, 1726. 

414 The hiftory of Holland, from its firft foundation, to the 
death of king William ; alfo, a particular defcription ot 
the United Provinces, &c. with a map. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1705. 

416 De SohVs hiftory of the conqueft of Mexico, by the Spa- 
niards. Tranflated into Englifh from the Spanifh, by 
Thomas Townfend. 2 vols. London, 1738. 

417"! Shuckford's facred and prophane hiftory of the world, 
& > connected from the creation, to the difTolution of the 

685 J Aflyrian empire, and declenfion of the kingdoms of 
Judah and Ifrael. Second edition. 4 vols. London, 
1 741. And third edition. 3 vols. London, 1743. 

F 421 



42 Civil Hi/lory. . O&avo. 

421 Potter's antiquities of Greece; containing an account of 
the laws, cuftoms, civil government and religion of 
Greece. Sixth edition. 2 vols. London, 1 740. 

423 Mallet's life of Francis Bacon, lord chancellor of England. 
London, 1740. 

437 An account of the conduct of th-e dowager, dutchefs of 

Marlborough, from her firft coming to court, to the 

year 1710. In a letter from herfelf to lord 

London, 1742. 

438 Entick's general hiftory of the late war; containing its 

rife, progrefs and event in Europe, Afia, Africa, and 
America. 5 vols. London, 1763. 

* 443 — 2 The life of Sir John Holt, lord chief juftice of the 
court of king's bench. London, 1764. 

450 Fabricius's letters to Charles the twelfth, king of Sweden; 
interfperfed with many fmgular particulars relating to 
that northern hero, during his refidence in Turkey. 
London, 1761. 

•j- 452 Debates relative to the affairs of Ireland, in the years 
1763 and 1764; with an enquiry how far the reftrictions 
laid upon the trade of Ireland, by Britiih acts of parli- 
ament, affect the Britifh dominions in general. 2 vols. 
London, 1766. 

t 453") Warner's memoirs of the life of Sir Thomas More, lord 
& > high chancellor of England, in the reign of Henry 
-j- 5 70 J the eighth; with More's hiftory of Utopia. London, 
1758. 

458 How T ell's ancient and prefent (late of England; being a 

compendious hiftory of all its monarchs, from the time 
of Julius Csfar. Continued by an impartial hand to the 
death of George the firft. Ninth edition. London, 

I 734- 

459 Gilpin's lives of John Wickliff, and the mod eminent of 

his difciples; lord Cobham, John Hufs, Jerome of 
Prague, and Zifca. Second edition. London, 1766. 

461 The hiftory of John Sobiefki, king of Poland. Tranflat- 
ed from the French of M. L'Abbe Coyer. London, 
1762. 

.'* 469 — ^ Whifton's hiftorical memoirs of the life and writings of 
Dr. Samuel Clarke; with an appendix, containing 
Dr. Sykes's elougium of Dr. Clarke, and Mr.Emlyn's 
memoirs cf the life and fentiments of Dr. Clarke. 
Third edition. London? 1748. 



472 



Civil Hijfory. O&avo. 43 

472 Obfervations upon lord Orrery's remarks on the life and 
writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift. London, 1754. 

475 The life of Edward, earl of Clarendon; with a continua- 
tion of his hiflory of the grand rebellion, from the re- 
ftoration, in 1660, to his banifhment in 1667. Written 
by himfelf. Third edition. 3 vols. Oxford, 176 1. 

482 Smnllet's complete hi (lory of England, from the defcent 

of Julius C<Eiar, to the treaty of Aix la Chapelle, in 
1748; with plates. Second edition. 1 1 vols. London, 
1758. Gift of Dr. Jonathan Potts. 

483 The continuation of Smollet's complete hiftory of England, 

from the treaty of Aix la Chapelle, to the fifth year of 
George the third ; with plates. 5 vols. London, 1763. 

484 Clarendon's hiftory of the rebellion and civil wars in En- 

gland, begun in 1641, with the preceding tranfactions, 
to the reitoration of Charles the fecond, the twenty- 
ninth of May, 1660. 6 vols. Oxford, 1732. 

490 An extract out of Pauianius, of the ftatues, pictures, and 
temples in Greece; which were remaining there in his 
time. London, 1758. 

* 494 — 2 The hi (lory of Servetus, who was burnt alive in Ge- 
neva for herefy. London, 1724. 

504 "1 The expedition of Cyrus into Perfia; and the retreat of 
& > the ten thoufand Greeks. Tranflated from Xenophon; 
507J with critical and hiftorical notes, by Edward Spelman. 
Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1 749. 

5 1 3 Buonamici's commentaries of the late war in Italy. Trans- 
lated from the Latin, by A. Wilhort. London. 1753. 

519 Colden's hiftory of the five Indian nations of Canada; 

with accounts of their religion, manners, Sec. London, 
J747- 

520 An account of the cuiloms and manners of the Mickma- 

kis and Maricheets lavage nations, now depending on 
Cape Breton. Written by a French abbot. London, 
1758. 

■j* 521 Proceedings and debates of the general arTembly of Penn- 
fylvania; from September 4, 1787, to the prefent time. 
Taken in lhort-hand, by Thomas Lloyd. 4 vols, in two. 
Philadelphia. 

I 524 Cyropasdia; or the inftitution of Cyrus, by Xenophon. 
Tranllated from the Greek, by Maurice Aihley. Se- 
cond edition. 2 vols. London, 1728. 

528 



44 Civil Hi/lory. Octavo. 

528 A hiftory of Jamaica, from the earlieft accounts, to the 
taking of Porto Bello, by vice-admiral Vernon. Second 
edition. London, 1 740, Gift of William Allen. 

533 Gordon's hiftory of Peter the Great, emperor of Ruflia; 
with a fhort hiftory of the country, from the rife of that 
monarchy, and an account of the author's life. 2 vols. 
Aberdeen, 1755. 

536 A new hiftory of the Eaft Indies, ancient and modern; 
with an eftay towards a hiftory of the commerce of the 
nations of Europe to the Eaft Indies- 2 vols. London, 

1757- 
540 Marigny's hiftory of the Arabians under the government 
of the Caliphs, from Mahomet, to the death of Moi> 
tazem; containing the fpace of fix hundred and thirt) - 
fix years. Tranflated from the French. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1758. Gift of Dr. Benjamin Franklin. 

546 Authentic memoirs of the Portuguefe Inquifition; with 
reflections on ancient and modern Popery, and the caufes" 
of its alarming progrefs in this kingdom. London, 1 761. 

552 Echard's hiftory of the revolution, and the eftabliihment 
of England in the year 1688. Dublin, 1725. 

* 565 — 6 The conduct of major general Shirley, late commander 
in chief of his majefty's forces in North America. 
London, 1758. 

— 7 The conduct of a noble commander in America, im- 
partially reviewed ; with the caufes of the difcontents 
at New York and Halifax. Second edition. London, 

1758. 

568 Memoirs of the life of Robert Cary, earl of Monmouth, 
written by himfelf. With notes. London, 1759. 

580 Macquer's chronological abridgment of the Roman hiftory, 
from the foundation of the city, to the extinction of the 
republic. Tranilated from the French, and illuftrated 
with notes and the antiquities of Rome, by Thomas 
Nugent. London, 1760. 

583 Feuquieres' memoirs; being an account of all the wars in 
Europe, from the year 1672 to 1710. Tranflated from 
the French. 2 vols. London, 1737. 

589"! The hiftory and prefent ftate of Virginia, from the firfr, 
& > fettlement to this time; with plates. By a native of 
1055 J that place. London, 1705. N 0, 589 the gift of David 
Bujh, 

590 



Civil Hi/lory. Octavo. 45 

590 Memoirs of the regency of the late duke of Orleans, 
during the minority of Lewis the fifteenth; containing 
the public treaties and principal matters of the court of 
France; with the remarkable events of the feveral courts 
of Europe, during his adminiftration. London, 1732. 

595 Wefton's difTertations on fome of the moll remarkable 
wonders of antiquity. London, 1748. 

598 Ker's memoirs; containing his fecret tranfactions and ne* 
gociations in Scotland, England, Vienna, Hanover, and 
other foreign parts; with an account of the rife and pro- 
grefs of the Oftend company, in the Auftrian Nether- 
lands. Published by himfelf. London, 1726. 

605 Colliber's critical hiftory of the Englifh fea affairs. Lon- 
don, 1727. 

62 1 1 De Parthenay's hiftory of Poland, under Auguftus the 

& V fecond; with the important tranfactions of his life. 

806 J Tranflated from the French, by John Stacie. London, 

J 734- 

622 Ducerceau's hiftory of the late revolutions in Perfia; taken 
from the memoirs of father Krufmfky. Tranflated from 
the French. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1733. 

623! Buchanan's hiftory of Scotland; from Fergus the found- 
& > er of the Scottiih monarchy, to the reign of James die 
805 j fixth of Scotland ami flrft of England; with plates. 
Third edition. 2 vols. London, 1733. 

626 Alderfeld's military hiftory of Charles th£ twelfth, king of 
Sweden; with an account of the battle of Pultowa, &c. 
3 vols. London, 1740. 

635 Baretti's Italian library; containing an account of the 
lives and works of the moft valuable authors of Italy; 
with a preface exhibiting the changes of the Tufcan lan- 
guage, from the barbarous ages to the prefent time. 
London, 1757. 

636"! The hiftory of the Ruffian empire, from its foundation 
& > to the death of the emprefs Catharine, confort and 
722 J fucceftbr of Peter the Great; with the lives and exploits 
of thole two perlbnages. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

63 S Heifs's hiftory of the empire, from the time of Charle- 
magne, to the prefent emperor Charles the fixth, being 
an appendix to the hiftory of the Roman empire. 2 
vols. London, 1730. 

642 Armftrong's hiftory of the ifland of Minorca. London, 
1751. 

644 



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64^ Prior's hiilory of his own time. Compiled from his ma- 
nufcripts, by J. Banks. London, 1740. 

649 Hookers negociations in Scotland, in favor of the Pre- 
tender, in 1707, including the original letters and 
papers that paffed between the Scotch and Irifh lords, 
and the court of Verfailles and St. Germaines. Written 
by himfelf. With a narrative of the Pretender's expe- 
dition into Scotland in 1708. London, 1760. 

651 Oforio's hiilory of the Portuguefe, during the reign of 
Emanuel; containing all their difcoveries, from the 
coaft of Africk to the farther! part of China; including 
alfo their difcovery of the Brazil's, and their wars with 
the Moors. Translated from the Latin, by James. Gibbs. 
2 vols. London, 1752. 

654 Udal ap Rhys's account of the mod remarkable places 
and curiofities in Spain and Portugal. London, 1749. 

657 Watton's hiftory of Rome, from the death of Antoninus 
Pius, to the death of Severus Alexander. London, 
1701. 

'658 Freinfheim's tranilation of the Roman hiftory by Titus 
Livius ; with a fivpplement, and geographical and chrono- 
logical notes, by the tranflator. 6 vols. London, 1744. 

672 Memoirs of the life and writings of William Whifton, con- 
taining alfo memoirs of feveral of his friends. Written 
by himfelf. London, 1749. 

675 Collection of teftimonies concerning feveral minifters of 
the gofpel amongft the people called Quakers, decealed ; 
with fome of their lail expreffions and exhortations. 
London, 176c. 

678! Hutchinfon's hiftory of the colony of MafTachufetts-Bay, 

& V- from the firil fettlement thereof in 1628, until the year 

1502 J 1750. 2 vols. Boflon, 1767. 3 vols. London, 1765. 

679 The works of Tacitus; with political difcourfes upon that 

author, by Thomas Gordon. Second edition. 4 vols. 
London, 1737. 

680 Smith's ancient and prefent ftate of the county of Kerry; 

being a natural, civil, ecclefiaftical, hiftorical, and 
topographical defcriptionfthereof. Dublin, 1756. 

681 Attempts for difcovering the times of the firft planting of 

nations. By R. Cumberland, bifhop of Peterborough. 
London, 1724. 

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Civil Hiftory. Octavo. 47 

684 Salmon's chronological hiftorian; containing an account of 
all the material tranfaftions relating to the -Englifh af- 
fairs, from the invafion of the Romans, to the four* 
teenth year of George the fecond. Third edition. 2 
vols. London, 1747. 

686 Crevier's hiftory of the Roman emperors, from Auguftus 
to Conftantine. Tranflated from the French, by John 
Mills. 5 vols. London, 1755. 

690 Walch's hiftory of the popes, from the foundation of the 
fee of Rome, to the prefent time. London, 1759. 

692 An account of the Spaniih fettlements in America; con- 
taining alfo an account of the difcovery of America, by 
Chriftopher Columbus. Edinburgh, 1762. 

695 Molyneux's conjunct expedition; or expeditions that have 

been carried on jointly by the fleet and army; with a 
commentary on a littoral war. London, 1759. 

696 Hamilton's account of the Eaft Indies, and the iflands 

lying between the cape of Good Kope and the ifland of 
Japan. 2 vols. London, 1744. 

700 An hiftorical regifter; containing an impartial relation of 
all tranfactions, foreign and domeftic, from the year 
1717, to 1729, inclufive. 11 vols. 

702 Salmon's impartial examination of bifhop Burnet's hiftory 
of his own time; containing an abridgment of that hif- 
tory; with a fuller account of many confiderable trans- 
actions in the reigns of Charles the fecond and James 
the fecond, than has hitherto been publifhed. 2 vols. 
London, 1724. 

7 <, (The life of Richard Nafh, late mafter of the ceremonies 
f f at Bath. Second edition. London, 1762. 

719 The life of Frederick William, the firft king of Pruflia. 

Tranflated from the French, by William Phelips. Lon- 
don, 1750. 

720 Dobfon's chronological annals of the war, from its begin- 

ning to the prefent time. Oxford, 1703. 

726 Douglafs's fummary, Hiftorical and political, of the firft 
planting, progreftlve improvements, and prefent ftate 
of the Britifh fettlements in North America. 2 vols. 
London, 1760. 

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730 The life and actions of Frederick the third, king of Pruf- 

iia; containing alio the origin of the houfe of Branden- 
burgh, with the lives of the electors of that family. 
London, 1759. 

73 1 Lewis's hiftory of the Parthian empire, from the founda- 

tion of that monarchy by Arfaces, to its final overthrow 
by Artaxerxes the Perfian. London, 1728. 

732 De Fontaines' hiftory of the revolutions of Poland, from 

the foundation of that monarchy, to the death of 
Auguftus the fecond. Translated from the French. 
London, 1736. 

740 The annals 01 Europe, for the years 1739, 1740, 1741, 
and 1 742 ; containing all the remarkable occurrences 
which happened in each year. 5 vols. 

f 742 Chalkley's works ; with a journal of his life, travels and 
Chriftian experiences. Written by himfelf. London, 
1751. 

754 Robfon's account of fix years refidence in Hudfon's-Bay, 

from 1733 to 1736, and 174410 1747; with draughts. 
London, 1752. 

755 Chalon's hiftory of France, from the eftabliihment of that. 

monarchy, under Pharamond, to the death of Lewis 
the thirteenth. 2 vols. London, 1752. 

■f 756 De Piles' lives and characters of above three hundred of 
the moft eminent painters; with his art of painting. 
Tranilated from the French. Second edition. London, 
1746. 

759 Swift's hiftory of the four laft: years of queen Anne. 
London, 1758. 

765 Du Pin's univerfal library of hiftorians; containing an 
account of their lives, the abridgement, &c. of their 
hiftories; with critical obfervations on their ftile and 
character, and a catalogue of the feveral editions of 
their works. Tranflated from the French. 2 vols. 
London, 1709. 

f 771 Hollwell's interefting and hiftorical events relative to the 
provinces of Bengal, $nd the empire of Indoftan. 
Alfo the mythology, feftivals, &c. of the Gentoos, 
Second edition. London, 1766. 

777 Birch's life of Henry, prince of Wales, fon of James the 
firft. London, 1760. 

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778 Memoirs of the bafhaw count Bonneval, from his birth to 
his death; containing alfo the fecret hiftory of Europe 
for the bed part of the current century. Written by 
himfelf. London, 1750. 

786 Potter's antiquities of Greece. 2 vols. Oxford, 1699. 

789 The life of Sir Thomas More. Written by his grandfon 

Thomas More. London, 1726. 

790 Stanyan's Grecian hiftory; from the origin of Greece to 

the end of the Peloponnefian war; containing the fpace 
of about 1684 years. Second edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1739. 

793 Puffendorf's complete hiftory of Sweden, from its origin 
to this time. London, 1702. 

* 798 — 7 The letters and meffages, in French and Englifh, that 

paffed between the king, queen, prince and princefs 
of Wales, on the birth of the young princefs. Lon- 
don, 1737. 

* 799 — 2 The civil and natural hiftory, with a geographical de- 

fcription, of Tobago. London. 

— 3 An hiftorical account of the difcovery of the ifland of 
Madeira. London, 1750. 

800 Arrian's hiftory of Alexander's expedition. Translated 
from the Greek, with notes, by Mr. Rooke. With Le 
Clerc's criticifm upon Quintus Curtius, &c. 2 vols. 
London, 1729. 

* 801 — 1 An account of Conferences held, and treaties made, 

between Sir William Johnfon and the chiefs of feve- 
ral indian nations, with a letter from the reverend 
Mr. Havvley, and an appendix relative to the fame 
fubjects. London, 1756. 

— 7 Bower's motives for leaving his office of fecretary to 
the court of Inquihtion. Belfaft, 1 750. 

802 Breval's hiftory of the houfe of Naflau, from its origin 
to the prefent time ; with an account of the houfes of 
Baux and Chalons. London, 1734. 

812 Clarendon's hiftory of the rebellion and civil wars of Ire- 
land; with a ftate of that kingdom before the year 

1640. London, 1720. 

817 Harris's hiftorical and critical account of the life and 
writings of Charles the firft, king of Great Britain. 
London, 1758. 

826 Voltaire's philcfophy of hiftory. London, 1766. 

O 837 



£q Civil Hi/lory. O&avo. 

837 The hiflory of Italy, from the year 1490, to 155". Writ- 

ten in Italian, by Francefco Guiccardini. Tranflated 
into Englifh by Auiiin Parke Goddard. Second edition. 
10 vols. London, 1755. 

838 The true interefl and political maxims of the republic of 

Holland, by John De Wit; with hitlorical memoirs of 
Cornelius and John De Wit, by John Campbell. Lon- 
don, 1746. 

841 Holberg's introduction to univerfal hiflory. Tranflated 

from the Latin, with hiflorical, chronological and cri- 
tical notes, by George Sharpe. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1758. 

842 Biggs* military hiflory of Europe, &c. fmce the com- 

mencement of the war with Spain. Limerick, 1749. 
Gift of Evan Morgan, 

847 The life of Robert, earl of Leicefter, the favourite of 
queen Elizabeth; drawn from original writers and re- 
cords. London, 1727. 

849 Serviez's lives and amours of the emprefTes, conforts to 
the firft twelve Caefars of Rome; containing all the paf- 
fages of note in the Roman hiflory, with notes. Tranf- 
lated by George James. London, 1723. 

852 Birch's life of Dr. John Tillotfon, archbifliop of Canter- 
bury. London, 1752. 

859 The life of Thomas Ellwcod; written by himfelf. Se- 
cond edition. London, 17 14. Gift of HuJfon Emkn. 

863 Burton's account of the life and writings of Herman 

Boerhaave. Second edition. London, 1 746. 

864 An hiflorical account of the life and reign of David, king 

of Ifrael ; with various difquifitions, &c. Third edition. 
2 vols. London, 1 745. 

866 Fleetwood's chronicon preciofiim; or art account of En- 
glifh money, the price of corn and other commodities, 
and of flipends, falaries, portions, day-labour, &c. in 
England for fix hundred years pall. London, 1745. 

f 867! D'Acier's life of the emperor Marcus Antoninus, and an 
& > account of his converfalion with himfelf; with the 

t 943 J preliminary difcourfe of Gataker and the mythologi- 
cal picture of Cebes, the Theban, Sec. Tranflated by 
Jeremy Collier. Second edition. London, 1708. 
N°* 943 was tranflated by Marie Cafavbon. Fifth edi- 
tion. London, 1692. 

874 



Civil Hi/lory. Oftavo. 51 

874 Hauteville's account of Poland; containing a geographi- 
cal defcription of the country, the manners of the 
inhabitants, the wars they have been engaged in, and 
the conftitution, &c. of that government; with a brief 
hiftory of the Tartars. London, 1698. 

877 The conftitution and government of the Germanic body; 

fhowing how this ftate fubfifted for three hundred years 
pail under the emperors of the houfe of Auftria. Lon- 
don, 1745. 

878 Stevens's hiftory of Spain; containing an account of the 

race of its kings, from the firft peopling of that country. 
London, 1701. 

880 The life of William the third, late king of England, &c. 
containing alfo an account of his family. London, 
1703. 

884 Gilpin's life of Hugh Latimer, bifhop of Worcefter. 
London, 1755. 

* 891 — 5 An enquiry into the reign of queen Elizabeth, fo far 

as relates to Mary queen of Scots. London. 

— 6 Memoirs of the houfe of Brandenburg. London, 
1748. 

892 The French Spy; or the memoirs of John Baptiit de la 
Fontaine; containing many fecrer. tranfadions relating 
both to England and France. Tranilated from the 
French. London, 1700. 

902 Anderfon's hiftory of the rebellion in 1745 and 1746; with 
the manifeftoes of the Pretender and his fon. Third 
edition. London, 1752. 

906 An account of Livonia; with a relation of the rife, pro- 
grefs, and decay of the Marian Teutonic order; and 
an account of the dukedoms of Courland, Semigalia, 
and the province of Pilten; alfo an account of the au- 
thor's journey from Livonia to Holland in 1698. Lon- 
don, 1 701. 

* 911 — 1 Frafer's hiftory of Nadir Shah, the prefent emperor 

of Perfia; with a hiftory of the Moghol emperors, 
and a catalogue of above two hundred manufcripts 
in the oriental languages. Second edition. London, 
1742. 

— 2 The hiftory of Nadir-cha prefent emperor of Perfia; 
with an account of his conqueft of the Mogul's 
country, &c. Tranilated from the Perfian. London, 
1741. 

012 



^2 Civil Hiftory. Oftavo. 

912 The lives, opinions, and remarkable fayings of the moll: 
ancient philosophers, by Diogenes Laertius. Tranflat- 
ed from the Greek by feveral hands. London, 1688. 

918 The life of Oliver Cromwell; collecled from the heft his- 
torians and feveral original manufcripts. Third edition. 
London, 1731- Gift of Robert Grcennvay. 

928 Maimbourg's hiftory cf the league. Tranflated by Mr. 
Dryden. London, 1684. Gift of If aac Williams, 

* 930 — 2 D'Hofpital's memoirs concerning Herculaneum; with 

notes, by William Fordyce, and an extracl from 
Xiphilinus's epitome of Dion, and the letters of 
Pliny the younger; giving an account of the ovei- 
throw of that city. London, 1750. 

* 932 — 2 Romans hiftcriae anthologia recognita et ucla; being 

an Englilh expoiition of the Roman antiquities. 
London, 1648. 

— 3 Archarologia Attics; or a treatife on ancient rites and 
cuftoms. 1637. 

941 Burnet's pafTages of the life and death of John, earl of 

Rochester. London, 1680. 

942 Milton's hiftory of Britain, from the firft traditional be- 

ginning to the Norman conqueft. London, 1677. 

947 Smith's remarks upon the manners, religion and govern- 

ment of the Turks ; with a furvey of the feven churches 
of Afia, as they now lie in their ruins, and a brief de- 
fcription of Conftantinople. London, 1678. 

948 Tailfer's hiftorical narrative of the colony of Georgia in 

America, from the firft fettlement thereof. Charkltown, 
1 741. Gift of Ifaiah Warner. 

* 951 — 1 A relation or* the difcovery of New England, and of 
fvndry accidents therein occvrring, from the yeere 
1607, to 1622. London, 1622. 

— 2 Good nevves from New England; or a relation of 
things remarkable at Plimouth. London, 1624. 

— 3 A journal of the proceedings of the English plantation 
at Plimouth. London, 1622. 

1 — 4 Smith's New England's trials ; containing an account 
of the prefent ftate of that plantation, &c. Second 
edition. London, 1622. 

—5 Lechford's view of New England's prefent govern- 
ment, &c. London, 1642. 

—7 



Civil Hiftory. Octavo. 53 

—7 New England's firft fruits, in refpect to the converfio.n 
of the indians; the progrefs of learning, &c. Lon- 
don, 1643. 

f 958 A civil and natural hiftory of California; with an accurate 
defcription of that country. 2 vols. London, 1759. 

961 Rennet's Romos an ti quae notitia; or the antiquities of 
Rome; with two eilays concerning Roman learning, &c. 
Twelfth edition. London, 1754. 

964 An account of the manners and cuftoms of the Romans. 

Tranflated from the French. London, 1740. 

965 Sanchoniatho's Phcenecian hiftory. Tranflated from the 

firft book of Eufebius de Pneparatione evangelica; with 
a continuation of Sanchoniatho's hiftory, by Eratof- 
thenes Cyrenaeus's canon, which Dicaearchtis connects 
with the firft Olympiad, by R. Cumberland, bifhop of 
Peterborough. With a preface, giving an account of 
the life and writings of the author, by S. Payne. Lon- 
don, 1720. 

972 Orrery's remarks on the life and writings of Dr. Jonathan 
Swift. 

978 Hooke's Roman hiftory, from the building of Rome, to 
the ruin of the commonwealth. 6 vols. Dublin, 1767. 

9* / Robertfon's hiftory of the reign of Charles the fifth, em* 
0861 P eror °f Germany. 3 vols. Philadelphia, 1775. 

j 001 Raymond's hiftory of Guftavus Ericfon, king of Sweden; 
with an introductory hiftory of Sweden, from the mid- 
dle of the twelfth century. London, 1761. 

1006 Memoirs of lieutenant Henry Timberlake, who accom- 
panied the three Cherokee indians to England, in the 
year 1762. 

* 101 1 — 1 A defcription of the firft difcoveries of the ancient city 
of Heraclea, &c. Tranflated from the Italian, by 
Wickes Scurray. 

— 2 Scrafton's reflections on the government of Indoftan^ 
with a fhort fketch of the hiftory of Bengal, and 
an account of the Engltih affairs in 1758. I«ondon, 

1770. 

1017 Boulainvilliers' life of Mahomet. Tranflated from the 
French. London, 1731. 

1026 Xenophon's memoirs of Socrates; with the defence of So- 
crates before his judges. Tranflated from the Greek, 
by Sarah Fielding. Second edition. London, 1767. 

1029 



54 Civil Rife or y. Octavo. 

1029 Mallet's northern antiquities; or a defcription of the man- 
ners, cuftoms, religion and laws of the ancient Danes, 
and other northern nations. 2 vols. London, 1770. 

103 1 Harris's hiftory and antiquities of the city of Dublin, from 

the earlieft accounts; with plans of that city. London, 
1766. 

1032 Ockley's hiftory of the Saracens, &c. with an account of 

their battles and fieges. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1757. 

1033") Wynne's hiftory of the Britiih empire in America; con- 
& > taining an historical, political and commercial view of 
! 760 J the Englifh fettlements in North America and the Weft 
Indies. 2 vols. London, 1770. 

1035 The hiftory of the reign of George the third, from his 
acceflion to the throne, to May, 1770; with a review 
of the late war. London, 1770. 

•{• IO47 See pa*ge 3, (Ecclefiafiical H'iflory.) 

1048 Jennings's Jewifh antiquities; or a courfe of lectures on 
the three firft books of Godwin's Mofes and Aaron, &c. 
2 vols. London, 1766. 

* 1065 — 1 Morton's New England memorial. Newport, 1772. 

— 2 Church's hiftory of the wars of king Philip, the great 
Mount Hope indian fachem. Second edition. New- 
port, I 772. This volume is the gift of jojiah Heiues. 

1070 Velly's hiftory of France, from the foundation of the 
monarchy, to the reign of Lewis the fourteenth. Tranf- 
lated from the French, by Thomas Nugent. London, 
1769. 

1072 A narrative of the oppreflions of the iflanders of Jerfey; 

with a hiftory of the military actions, conftitutions, 
laws, &c. 2 vols. London, 1 77 1. 

1073 Plutarch's lives. Tranflated from the Greek, by John 

and William Langhorne. 6 vols. London, 1770. 

1077 Le Beau's hiftory of the Lower Empire, from Conftantine 
the Great. Tranflated from the French. London, 

1770. 

1087 The lives of John Leland, Thomas Hearne and Anthony 
a Wood, eminent antiquaries; with an account of their 
writings. From original papers. 2 vols. Oxford, 
1772. 

1094 Rowe's lives of feveral ancient and illuftrious men, omit- 
ted by Plutarch, faithfully extracted from the Greek and 
Latin hiftorians. London, 1728. 

1096 



Civil Hiftory. O&avo. 55 

* 1096 The lives of the ancient philofophers ; containing an ac- 

count of their feveral feds, doctrines, adions and re- 
markable fayings ; with cuts. London, 1702. 

1099 Leland's hiftory of Ireland, from the invafion of Henry 
the fecond ; with a difcourfe on the ancient (late of that 
kingdom. Third edition. 3 vols. Dublin, 1774. 

* 1IC 8 2 Letters on chivalry and romance. Second edition. 

London, 1762. 
1 1 1 1 An authentic narrative of the Ruffian expedition againft 
the Turks, by fea and land. London, 1772. 

1 126 The life of the earl of Chefterfield; including his fpeeches 
in parliament. Philadelphia, 1775. 

1 129 Mnnfter's narrative of the converfion and death of count 
Struenfee; with a hiftory of count Brandt, from the 
time of his imprifonment to his death. Tranllated from 
the German. London, 1773. 

1 142 Echard's Roman hiftory, from the building of the city, 
to the perfect fettlement of the empire, by Auguftus 
Csfar; containing the fpace of 2202 years. Ninth edjp 
tion. 5 vols. London, 1724. 

* n^o — 8 A narrative of Oliver Cromwell's compact with the 

devil for feven years. Second edition. London, 
1720. 

1170 Raynal's philofophical and political hiftory of the fettle- 
ments and trade of the Europeans in the Eaft and Weft 
Indies; with maps. Translated from the French, by 
J. Juftamond. Third edition. 5 vols. London, 1777. 

1 173 Millot's elements of general hiftory. Tranllated from 
the French. 2 vols. London, 1778. 

f 1 1 75 A collection of all the treaties of peace, alliance and com- 
merce, between Great Britain and other powers, from 
the revolution in 1688, to the prefent time. 2 vols. 
London, 1782. 

1 176") Sheridan's hiftory of the late revolution in Sweden, pre- 
& > ceded by a ihort abftraft of the Swedifh hiftory. Lon- 
13 12 J don, 1778. 

f 1 179 The parliamentary regifter; or a hiftory of the proceed- 
ings and debates of the houie of commons, from 
November, 1774, to Auguft 2, 1785. 18 vols. London. 

1 1 80 Juftamond's tranflation of the private life of Lewis the 
fifteenth, in which are contained the principal events, 
remarkable occurrences, and anecdotes oi his reign. 4 

vols. London, 1781. 

1138 



55 Civil Hiftory. O&avo. 

1 183 Noorthouck's hiftorical and claffical dictionary; containing 
- ; . the lives and characters of the moft eminent and learned 

■ peribns in every age and nation. 2 vols. London, 
1776. 

- 1 184 Dobfon's life of Petrarch. Collected from " Memoires 
pour la vie Petrarch." Second edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1776. 

1 187 Biographical anecdotes of William Hogarth; with a ca- 
talogue of his works, and occafionai remarks. Second 
edition. London, 1782. 

1 1 93 An hiftorical account of the rife and progrefs of the colo- 

nies of South Carolina and Georgia. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1779. 

1 1 94 The hiftory of the reign of George the third, from his 

acceffion to the throne, to the year 1780. 2 vols. 
London, 1782 and 1783. 

*200 The treatile of Tacitus on the fituation, manners, and 
inhabitants of Germany; and the life of Agricola. 
Tranilated into Englilh, by John Aikin. With not«;, 
and a map of ancient Germany. Warrington, 1777. 

1 20 1 Gibbon's memoirs of the reverend Ifaac Watts. Lon- 
don, 1780. 

•j- 1 2 1 1 Aiken's biographical memoirs of medicine in Great Bri- 
tain, from the revival of literature, to the time of Har- 
vey. London, 1780. 

1224 Wraxall's memoirs of the kings of France of the race of 
Valois, from the year 136410 1574; with a tour through 
the weftern, fouthern, and interior provinces of France. 
2 vols. London, 1777. 

* £233 — 1 Lettfom's account of Doctor John Fothergill. London, 

1783. 

— 2 Thompfon's memoirs of the life of Doctor John Fo- 
thergill. London, 1782. 

* 1234 — 1 Hiftorical memoirs of the author of the Heririade; 

with ibme original pieces, and genuine letters of Mr. 
de Voltaire. Tranilated from the French. London, 

1777- 
— 2 The panegyric of Voltaire. Written by the king of 
Pruiiia. London, 1779. 

■ — 3 An account of the life of George Berkely, late bifliop 
of Cloynej with notes. London, 1 776. 

1247 



Civil Hiftory. O&avo. S7 

1247 The remembrancer; or impartial repofitory of public 

events, from the year 1775, to the middle of 1782. 13 
vols. London. 

1248 Prior documents; being a collection of authentic papers 

relative to the difpute between Great Britain and Ame- 
rica, from 1764, to 1775. 

1253 Mercurius Rufticus; or the countrie's complaint of the 
barbarous outrages committed by the fectaries of this 
late flourifhing kingdom; with a chronology of the 
battles, fieges, conflicts, and other remarkable paf- 
fages, from the beginning of this unnatural war, to the 
twenty-fifth of March, 1646. London, 1685. 

1260I Young's fpirit of Athens; being a political and philofo- 
& > phical investigation of the hiftory of that republic. 
1614J London, 1777. 

•)• 1262 The hiftory of the revolt of All Bey againft the Ottoman 
porte; including an account of the form of government 
of Egypt, with a defcription of Grand Cairo, &c. 

London, 1783. 

1265 Crawford's hiftory of Ireland, from the earlieft period, to 
the prefent time. 2 vols. Strabane, 1783. 

1286 The hiftory of modern Europe; with an account of the 
decline and fall of the Roman empire, and a view of 
the progrefs of fociety, from the fifth to the eighteenth 
century. Second edition. 4 vols. London, 1782. 

1297! Habefci's prefent ftate of the Ottoman empire; contain- 

& > ing an account of the religion, government, &c. of the 

1 39 1 3 Turks. Tranflated from the French. London, 1784. 

1298 Obfervations on the prefent ftate of Denmark, Ruflja and 
Switzerland. London, 1784. 

13 13 Garden's hiftory of Henry the third, (laft of the houfe of 
Valois) king of France. London, 1783. 

' 1323 — 2 Towers's obfervations on Mr. Hume's hiftory of En- 
gland. London, 1778. 

— 3 EfTays on the origin of printing. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1776. 

1327 Dodington's diary, from March 8, 1749, to February 6", 
1761; with an appendix, containing fome interesting 
papers which are referred to in the diary. Salisbury, 
1784. 

H 13 28 



j 3 Civil Hiftory. O&avo. 

1328 D'lvernois' hiftory and political view of the conflitution 
and revolutions of Geneva, in the eighteenth century. 
Tranflated from the French, by John Farell. London, 
1784. 

f 1340 An account of the ancient divifion of the Englifh nation 
into hundreds and tithings, by Granville Sharp. Lon- 
don, 1784. Gift of the author. 

1357 Wilfon's archaeological dictionary; or claffical antiquities 
of the Jews, Greeks and Romans. London, 1783. 

f 1359 The felect works of the emperor Julian, and fome pieces 
of the fophift Libanius. Tranflated from the Greek; 
with notes from Petau, La Bleterie, Gibbon, &c. And 
the hiftory of the emperor Jovian, from the French of 
the abbe De la Bleterie, by John Duncombe. 2 vols. 
London, 1784. 

1379 Sulivan's analyfis of the political hiftory of India; in which 

is confidered the prefent fituation of the Eaft, and the 
connection of its feveral powers with Great Britain. 
Second edition. London, 1784. 

1380 Sulivan's philofophical rhapfodies; containing reflections 

on the laws, manners, cuftoms, and religions of cer- 
• - tain Afiatic, Afric, and European nations. 3 vols. 

London, 1784. 

1382 The hiftory of the reign of George the third, from the 

year 1770 to 1780. London, 1782. 

1383 De Tott's memoirs ; containing the ftate of the Turkifti 

empire and the Crimea, during the late war with RufHa; 
with numerous anecdotes, &c. of the manners and cuf- 
toms of the Turks and Tartars. Tranflated from the 
French. 2 vols. London, 1785. 

1385 St. Palaye's memoirs of ancient chivalry; with anecdotes 
of the times. Tranflated from the French. London, 

1784- 
1 387 Eflays on the origin of printing. Second edition. Lon- 
. don, 1776. 

* 1388 — 2 Oakes's narrative of the treatment of the Englifh who 
were taken prifoners on the reduction of Begnore, by 
Tippoo Saib; with an appendix relative to the conduct 
of the Britifh forces there, by John C. Sheen. Lon- 
don, 1785. 

1392 Saint-Pelaie's literary hiftory of the Troubadours ; con- 
taining their lives, &c. and many particulars relative to 
the cuftoms, morals and hiftory of the twelfth and thir- 
teenth centuries. London, 1779. 

1392 



Civil Hiftory, O&avo. 59 

1 395 Ramfay's hiftory of the revolution of South Carolina, from 
a Britifh province to an independent ftate. 2 vols. 
Trenton, 1785. 

2403 Andrews' hiftory of the war with America, France, Spain 
and Holland, commencing in 1775; with plates, maps 
and charts. 4 vols. London, 1786. 

1404 A biographical dictionary; containing an account of the 
lives and writings of the moft eminent perfons in every 
nation, particularly the Britifh and Iriuh, from the ear- 
lieft accounts to the prefent time. 12 vols. London, 
1784. 

2405 Smoilet's hiftory cf England, from the revolution to the 
death of George the fecond. (Defigned as a continua- 
tion of Hume's hiftory.) 5 vols. London, 1785. 

1407 The works cf bifhop Wilfon; with his life, and his hiftory 
of the ifle of Man. Compiled by C. Crutwell. Third 
edition. 4 vols. Bath, 1784. 

141 o Noble's memoirs of the protectorate-houfe of Cromwell; 
with plates. 2 vols. Birmingham, 1784. 

2421 Wraxall's memoirs of the kings of France of the race of 
Valois, from the year 1364, to 1574. Second edition. 
2 vols. London, 1785. 

1448 Shaw's (ketches of the hiftory of the Auftrian Netherlands; 
with remarks on the conftitution, commerce, arts, &c. 
of thefe provinces. London, 1786. 

1455 Memoirs of Doctor John Fothergill, Doctor William Cum- 

ing, Doctor George Cleghorn, Doctor Alexander Ruf- 
fel, and Peter Collinfon, by John Coakley Lettfom; 
with plates. Fourth edition. London, 1786. 

1456 Chaudon's historical and critical memoirs of the life and 

writings of M. De Voltaire; with the life cf Roufteau, 
written by Voltaire. London, 1786. 

f 1487 The life and works of Doctor Samuel Johnfon, publifhed 
by Sir John Hawkins. 11 vols. London, 1787. 

1498 Smith's hiftory of New Jerfey, from its firft fettlement, to 
1 72 1. Burlington, 1765. 

1501 Wood's New England's profpect; being a defcription of 
New England. Third edition. Bofton, 1764.- 

3508 An account of the European fettlements in America. Se- 
cond edition. 2 vols. London, 1758. 

J 509 Douglafs's fummary, hiftorical and political, of the firft 
fettlement, &c. of North America. 2 vols. Bofton, 
J 749- 

1511 



60 Civil Hi/lory. O&avo. 

151 1 EiTais hiftoriques et politiques fur les Anglo-x\mericains. 
Par M. Williard L'Auberteuil. vol. 1. Bruflels, 1781. 

15 1 6 The hiftory of Virginia, from its firft fettlement, to the 
year 1706; with plates. London, 1722. 

1520 Neal's hiftory of New England, from the year 1700, to 
the prefent time. 2 vols. London, 1 747. 

1527 Blome's prefent {late of his Britannic majefty's ifles and 
territories in America; with maps. London, 1687. 

* 1528—4 A narrative of the mafTacre in Bofton, on the evening 

of the fifth of March, 1770; with a frontifpiece 
repre Tenting the fcene. Bofton, 1770. 

1535 De doorlughtige weereld; voorftellende een zeernette ge~ 
nealogifche hiftorifche en politifche befchrijvingh aller 
tegenwoordig-levende Keyferen, &c. T'Amfterdam, 
1700. 

1539 Anecdotes fur M. la comteffe du Barri. A Londres, 1775. 

* 1546 — 1 A brief ftate of the province of Pennfylvania, in 

which the conduct of their aflemblies is examined, 
Third edition. London, 1756. 

1550 A memorial containing a view of facts, with their autho- 
rities, in anfvver to the obfervations fent by the Englifh 
miniftry to the courts of Europe. Tranflated from the 
French. New York, 1757. 

1555 Prince's chronological hiftory of New England. Vols. 1 

and 2. Bofton, 1736. 

1556 Hubbard's narrative of the indian wars in New England, 

from the year 1607, to 1677. Bofton, 1775. 

* 1559 — 6 Porteus's review of the life and character of archbi- 

fhop Seeker; with an appendix, containing his let- 
ter to the reverend Mr. Maccienachan. New York, 

x 773- 

* 1562 — 3 A part of the hiftory of New England and New York; 

with a map of New York, New Jerfey, Pennfylva- 
nia, Maryland, &c. (A fragment.) 

* 1563 — 1 A review of the military operations in North America, 

from the year 1753, to 1756. New York, 1770. 

— 2 The wanderer; or furprifmg efcape; containing a feries 
of events in 1745. Glafgow, 1752. 

—3 Obfervations on two campaigns againft the Cherokee 
indians, in 1760 and 1761. Charleftown, 1762. 

—4 
v 



Civil Hi/lory. Oftavo. 61 

—4 The hiftory of the rife and progrefs of the war In 
North America, from May, 1774. Bofton, 1780. 
(A fragment.) 

* 1570 — 1 A narrative of the mafTacre of a number of Indians 

in Lancafter county. 1764. 

—10 An enquiry into the caufes of the alienation of the 
Delaware and Shawanefe indians from the Britifii 
intereftj with a map of Pennfylvania. London, 

1759- 

* 1 575 — 1 Callender's hiftorical difcourfe on the affairs of Rhode 

Ifland. Bofton, 1739. 

•j- — 9 Hutchin's hiftorical narrative and topographical de- 
fcription of Louifiana and Weft Florida. Philadel- 
phia, 1784. 

* 15-78 — 1 Ames's catalogue of Englifh heads; or an account of 

about two thoufand prints, with fome particulars 
relating to the lives of the perfons drawn. London, 
1748. 

* 1583 — 1 The life and adventures of Dnncan Cameron. Third 

edition. Philadelphia, 1756. 

— 2 The life of Nicholas Mooney, who was executed at 
Briftol in England. Sixth edition. Philadelphia, 

1753- 
— 3 A narrative of the fufferings of Robert Eaftburn 
among the indians; with a preface, by Gilbert Ten- 
nent. Philadelphia, 1758. 

—6 A narrative of colonel Ethan Allen's captivity. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1779. 

— 7 A report of the commifll oners for fettling a cartel for 
the exchange of prifoners. Philadelphia, 1779. 

* 1588 — 8 An account of the firft fettling of New Jerfey by the 

Europeans. New York, 1759. 

* 1595 — I La Verite, ode a M. de Voltaire, fuivie d'une dife- 

tation hiftorique et critique fur le gouvernment de 
Geneva et fes revolutions. A Londres, 1765. 

The journals of Congrefs; containing an account of 
their proceedings from September 5, 1774, to Novem- 
ber 2, 1782. 8 vols. Philadelphia, &c. 

159? 




62 Civil Hiftory. O&avo. 

r 597 Vertot's hiftory of the revolutions in Spam, from the firft 
foundation of the monarchy, to the accefiion of Lewis 
the firft. Tranflated from the French, by Mr. Morgan. 
5 vols. London, 1724. Gift of Samuel Coates. 

1602 FaifFhead's life of Alexander Pope, Efquire; with a criti- 

cal eftay on his writings and genius. London, 1769. 

1603 Condercet's life of M. Turgot, comptroller-general of the 

finances of France, in 1774, I 775 an< ^ I 77^. Trans- 
lated from the French. London, 1787. 

1604 Mary, queen of Scots vindicated, by John Whitaker. 3 

vols. London, 1787. 

1605 The hiftory of the internal affairs of the United Provinces, 

from the year 1780, to the commencement of hoftilities 
in June 1787. London, 1787. 

1606 Goldfmith's hiftory of England, from the earlieft times, 

to the death of George the fecond; with plates. Fourth 
edition. 4 vols. London, 1784. 

1607 Goldfmith's Roman hiftory, from the foundation of the 

city of Rome, to the deftruction of the weftern empire. 
2 vols. London, 1786. 

1608 Tooke's Ruftia; or a complete hiftorical account of all the 

nations which compofe that empire. 4 vols. London, 
1780. 

* 1629 — 2 A review of fome interefting periods of Irifh hiftory. 

London, 1786. 

* 1632 — 10 The life of David Hume, Efquire; written by him- 

felf. Philadelphia, 1778. Gift of Zachariah Poul- 
fon, junr. 

1642 L. Caii Julii Csfaris qus extant omnia, cum notis Voftii, 
Davifii et aliorum. Ut et qui vocatur Julius Celfus 
de vita et rebus geftis C. Julii Csefaris. Lugduni Ba- 
tavorum, 1713. 

1644 L. Caii Crifpi Salluftii opera omnia quae extant, cum com- 
mentariis integris Joh. Rivii et aliorum. Lugduni 
Batavorum, 1677. 

1648 L, Appiani Alexandrini Romanarum hiftoriarum pars al- 
tera, continens bellorum civilium libros V. Amftelo- 
dami, 1670. 

1659 L, The life and reigne of king Edward the fixth, by fir 
John Hayward. London, 1630. 

f 1665 



Civil Hi/lory. O&avo. 63 

f 1665 L. Polybii Lycortss hiftoriarum libri qui fuperfunt, Graece 
et Latine, interprete Ifaaco Cafaubono, cum Grono- 
vii et aliorum notis. Tomitres. Amftelodami, 167c. 

1666 L. Thucyd'idis de bello Peloponnefiaco libri VIII. ex inter- 

pretatione Laurentii Valise. FrancofUiti, 1587. 

1667 L. Diogenis Laertii de vitis, dogmatis et apophthegma- 

tis clarorum philofophorum libri X. Geneva, 161 7. 

1672 L. Rerum Scoticarum hiftoria, audtore Georgio Buchanano 
Scoto. Acceffit de jure regni apud Scotos dialogus. 
Amftelodami, 1643. 

1674 L. Appiani Alexandrini Romanarum hiftoriarum pars 
prior, cum Alexandri Tollii et H. Stephani emenda- 
tionibus. Amftelodami, 1670. (Greece et Latine.) 

1676 L. Annales Rerum Angiicarum et Hibernicarum, regnan- 
te Elizabetha. Autore Guil. Camdeno. Lugduni 
Batavorum, 1625. 

1679 L. De Anglcrum gentis origine difceptatio. Authcre 
Roberto Sheringhamo. Cantabrigiss, 1 670. 

1693 £" ^^ Livii hiftoriarum quod extat, cum perpetuis Car. 

Sigonii et J. F. Gronovii notis. Tomi tres. Am- 
ftelodami, 1679. 

1694 L. An account of Denmark, as it was in the year 1692. 

Third edition. London, 1 694. 

f 1 701 L. Herodiani hiftorias fui temporis libri VIII. Acceffit 
principum bonorum et malorum fpeculum, five mo- 
nita et exempla ethico-politca. Francofurti ad 
Maenum, 1630. 

1704 Z.. Drummond's hiftory of Scotland, from the year 1423, 
to the year 1542; containing the lives and reigns 
of James the firft, fecond, third, fourth and fifth; 
with feveral memorials of ftate during the reigns of 
James the fixth and Charles the firft. London. 

1 7 14 Zr. Pauli jEmilii Veronenfis de rebus geftis Francorum 
libri X. Chronicon de Iifdem regibus, a Pharamundo 
ufque ad Henricum II. Parifiis, 1548. 

J 722 L. D. Petavii Aurelianenfis R.ationarium temporum libri 
• tredecim. Franequerae, 1 694. 

J732 L. Supplementa et obfervationes ad Voffium de hiftoricis 
Graecis et Latinis. Bernardo a Mallincrot, Lud. 
Nogarolse, Chriftophoro Sandis, et Joh. Hallervordo 
auctoribus. Hamburgi, 1709. 

1734 £• 



64 Civil Hiftory. O&avo. 

1 734 /,. Pauli Orofii adverfus Paganos hiftoriarum libri feptem. 

Quibus acceftit ejufdem Apologeticus contra Pelagi- 
um de arbitrii libertate. Colonias, 1574. 

1735 L. Priolo's hiftory of France under the miniftry of cardi- 

cal Mazarine, from 1643, to 1664. Tranflated from 
the Latin into Englifh, by Chriftopher Wafe. Lon- 
don, 1671. 

1739 Z. Hiftoire des revolutions D'Angleterre par le pere 
D'Orleans. III. toms. A Paris, 17 19. 

1742 L. Heliodori iEthiopicorum libri X. 1596. 

1745 L. Caii Julii Caefaris commentariorum libri VIII. cum 
Henrici Glareani notis- Bafileas, 1583. 



DUODECIMO. 

16 Ay re's memoirs of the life and writings of Alexander 

Pope. 2 vols. London, 1745. 

1 7 A catalogue of the royal and noble authors of England ; 

with a lift of their works. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1759. 

24 The fecret hiftory of Perfia, and the moft confiderable 
ftates of Afia. Tranflated from the French; with a 
key and notes. London, 1745. 

25 1 The life of Charles, prince of Lorrain; including the 
& J> hiftory of that illuftrious houfe, with a fhort account 
191 j of the princes thereof, from Charles the Bold, to the 
prefent emperor of Germany. London, 1 746. 

26 Glas's hiftory of the difcovery and conqueft of the Canary 
iflands ; with his life and tragical end on board the Sand- 
wich. 2 vols, in one. London, 1 746. 

30 Salluft's hiftory of Cataline's confpiracy and the Jugurthine 
war; with a new tranflation of Cicero's four orations 
againft Cataline; and the life of Salluft, by William 
Rofe. London, 1757. 

34 Rowe's tranflation of Caius Crifpus Salluftius, the hifto- 
rian; with the life and character of the author and his 
works. Third edition. London, 1726. 

42 



Civil Hiftory. Duodecimo. 6$ 

42 The winter evening's companion; being a collection of en- 
tertaining relations from the bell hiftories; with plates. 
3 vols. London, 1 753- 

48 A fhort account of the life of Julian, the apoftate; with a 

comparifon of Popery and Paganifm. London, 1662. 
Gift of John Smith. 

49 Mably's obfervations on the Romans. London, 1751. 

52 MachtavePs hiftory of Florence. Tranflated from the Ita- 
lian. London, 1674. 

f 54") Memoirs of the houfe of Brandenburgh, from the ear- 
& > liei!: accounts, to the death of Frederick the firft, king 
t 55 J 0I ~ Pruffia. By the king of Pruflia. 

561 The naval hiftory of Great Britain; with the lives of the 
& >» moft illuftrious admirals, &c. from the reign of queen 
in J Elizabeth. 4 vols. London, 1758. 

65! The hiftory of the life and reign of Lewis the fourteenth; 
& > extracted from the beft writers of the French and other 
66 J nations. 3 vols. London, 1742. 

70 1 Rollings ancient hiftory of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, 
& >> Aflyrians, Babylonians, Medes and Perfians, Macedo- 
2 30 J nians and Grecians. Tranflated from the French. 
Second edition. 10 vols. London, 1739 and 1758. 

86 Quintus Curtius's hiftory of the wars of Alexander; with 
Freinfhimius's fupplement. Tranflated by John Digby. 
Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1726. 

89 Letters on the prefent affairs of the Jefuits in France. 
London. Gift of William Gallagher. 

100 The hiftory of Staniflaus, king of Poland; with a relation 
of his retreat from Dantzig, written by himfelf. Tranf- 
lated from the French. London, 1741. 

1 1 6 The military hiftory of Germany and of England, from 
the year 163 1, to the year 1648. Edinburgh, 1759. 

118 Crawfurd's memoirs of the affairs of Scotland ; contain- 
ing a full account of the revolution in that kingdom in 
the year 1567. Second edition. Edinburgh, 1753. 

137 An hiftorical, genealogical and claffioal dictionary; con- 
taining the lives of all the illuftrious perfonages in the 
feveral ages and nations of the world; with an abftract 
of the fyilem cf Heathen mythology. 2 vols. London, 

*743- 

1 *39 



66 Civil Hi/iory. Duodecimo. 

139 The hiftory of Francis Eugene, prince of Savoy; con- 
taining the military tranfaclions of above thirty cam- 
paigns. London, 1754. 

1 53l Dicey's hiflorical account of Guernfey, from its firft fet- 
& > tlement to the prefent time; with remarks on Jerfey 
565 J and the other iflands belonging to Great Britain, on 
the French coaft. London, 175 1. 

158 The orations of Demofthenes, exciting the Athenians to 
oppofe the power of Philip, king of Macedon; with a 
preface, containing a fhort view of the hiftory of Greece 
and the life of Demofthenes. London, 1 744. 

161 Prince's chronological hiftory of New England, from the 
year 1602, to 1730. Bofton, 1736. 

167 De Retz's memoirs; containing the particulars of his own 
life, with the moll fecret tranfaclions at the French 
court, during the adminiftration of cardinal Mazarin. 
Tranflated from the French. 4 vols. London, 1723. 

169 An hiftory of the life and reign of William Henry, prince 
of Orange, king of England, &c. with a difiertation 
on the government of Holland, and a brief account of 
the houfe of Orange. 4 vols. London, 1747. 

175 Willington's tranflation of the memoirs of a Proteftant, 
condemned to the galleys of France. 2 vols. London, 
1758. 

•J- 176 The hiftory of the Buccaniers of America. Fifth edition. 
Vol. 1. Dublin, 1741. 

177 An account of Ruffia, as it was in the year 1710. By 
lord Whitworth. Strawberry-hill, 1758. 

■*• 182 Crufius's lives of the Roman poets; containing an hiflori- 
cal account of them and their writings, &c. 2 vols. 
London, 1733. 

192 The hiftory of the life and reign of William the third, 
king of England, &c. containing a feries of memorable 
efforts, military and political, from the year 1672, to 
the end of 1701. London, 1764. 

194! Bofluet's univerfal hiftory, from the beginning of the 
& > world, to the empire of Charlemagne. Tranflated 

195 J from the thirteenth edition of the original, and conti- 
nued down to the prefent time, by Mr. Elphinfton. 4, 
vols. London, 1748. 

201 Voltaire's annals of the empire, from the reign of Char- 
lemagne, to the end of the reign of Charles the fixth. 
2 vols. London, 1755. 

202 



Civil Hi/lory. Duodecimo* 6y 

3.02I The hiftory of Maurice, count Saxe; containing an ac- 
& i- count of all the wars of Europe, fince the treaty of 
343 J Utrecht, in which he was concerned. Tranflated from 
the French. 2 vols. London, 1753. 

203 The memoirs of Mrs. Letitia Pilkington. Written by 
herfelf. 3 vols. London, 1749. 

206 The hiftory of Hungaria and Tranfylvania, deduced from 
the year 461, to the year 1664. London, 1664. 

210 Memoirs for the hiftory of madame de Maintenon, and of 
the laft age. Tranflated from the French. 5 vols. 
London, 1757. 

224 Mottley's hiftory of the life of Peter the firft, emperor of 
Ruflia. Second edition. 3 vols. London, 1740. 

232 The Roman hiftory, by queftion and anfwer, extracted 
from ancient and modern authors. Fourth edition. 
London, 1754. 

251 Boulainvilliers' life of Mahomet. Tranflated from the 
French. London, 1752. 

264 The memoirs of the Marchionefs of Pompadour. Writ- 
ten by herfelf. Containing the moft remarkable occur- 
rences at the court of France, and other courts of Eu- 
rope, during the laft twenty years of the reign of Lewis 
the fifteenth. Tranflated from the French. 2 vols. 
London, 1766. 

266 D'Arnay's private life of the Romans. Tranflated from 
the French. Edinburgh, 1761. 

269 Voltaire's general hiftory and Mate of Europe, from the 

time of Charlemagne, to Lewis the fourteenth ; with a 
preliminary view of the oriental empires. 3 vols. Edin- 
burgh, 1758. 

270 The companion to the play-houfe; or an hiftorical account 

of all the dramatic writers, and their works, that have 
appeared in Great Britain and Ireland, from the com- 
mencement of our theatrical exhibitions, to the year 
1764. 2 vols. London, 1764. 

274 Modern characters; illuftrated by hiftories in real life. 2 
vols. London, 1752. 

283 The hiftory of Thamas Kouli Khan, afterwards Shah 
Nadir, late fovereign of Perfia. Tranflated from the 
French. London. 

2 941 Doddridge's remarkable parages in the life of colonel 
& > James Gardiner; with an appendix relating to the 
295 J Monro family. Third edition. London, 1753. 

312 



68 Civil Hiftory. Duodecimo. 

312 Fontenelle's hiftory of oracles. Translated from th* 
French. London, 1750. 

315 The hiftory of the revolutions of Genoa, from its efta- 
blifhment to the concluiion of the peace in 1 748. 3 vols. 
London, 1751. 

J 324 The travels of Cyrus; with a difcourfe upon the theology 
and mythology of the Pagans, by the chevalier Ram- 
fay. Eighth edition. London, 1752. 

336 Fontenelle's northern antiquities; or the lives of Peter the 
Great, and his emprefs Catharine. Tranflated from 
the French. Second edition. London, 1730. 



544 j a 
37oJ 



bber's lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland, 
to the time of dean Swift. 5 vols. London, 1753. 



374 Bavle's hiftorical difcourfe on the life of Guftavus Adol- 
phus, king of Sweden. Tranflated from the French. 
Second edition. Glafgow, 1757. 

423 Hume's hiftory of the houfe and race of Douglas and 
Angus. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1743. 

-J- 428 The debater, between the houfe of lords and houfe of 
commons, at the free conference in 1688. London, 
1695. 

444 The life of Maecenas; with notes, &c. by Ralph Schom- 
berg. Second edition. London, 1766. 

448 Penhallov/'s hiftory of the wars of New England with the 
Eaftern indians, from the year 1703, to 1726. Bofton, 

1726. 

481 Merchant's hiftory of the late rebellion in Great Britain. 
New York, 1 747. 

485 A collection of the a<51s, memorials, Sec. that paiTed in the 
negociation of the peace; with the treaties of peace 
concluded at Nimeguen. London, 1679. 

508 Memoirs of the antiquities of Great Britain, relating to 
the reformation, &c. London, 1723. 

510 The reign of fultan Orchan, fecond king of the Turks. 
Tranflated out of Hojah Effendi, a Turkifh hiftorian s 
by William Seaman. London, 1652. 

543 An account of Denmark, as it was in the year 1692. 
Fifth edition. Glafgow, 1745. 

f 548 The Britifh compendium; or rudiments of honor; con- 
taining the genealogies of all the nobility of England ; 
with plates. Seventh edition. 2 vols. London, 1732. 

5S 2 



Civil Hiftory. Duodecimo. 69 

552 The memoirs of the life and minifterial conduct of the 
iate lord vifcount Bolingbroke. London, 1722. 

554 Petty's political anatomy of Ireland; with the eftabliftiment 
for that kingdom, when the late duke of Ormond was 
lord lieutenant. Taken from the records. London, 
1691. 

5^7 A critical review of the political life of Oliver Cromwell. 
Second edition. London, 1 742. 

573 Keate's ihort account of the ancient hiftory, prefent go- 

vernment, and laws of the republic of Geneva. Lon- 
don, 1761. 

574 A ihort hiftory of Barbadoes, from its firft difcovery and 

fettlement, to the end of the year 1767. London, 1768. 

580 The life and heroic actions of Balbe Berton, chevalier de 
Grillon. Tranilated from the French, by a lady. 2 
vols. London. 

592 Algarotti's letters ; containing the ftate of the trade, ma- 
rine, revenues, and forces of the Ruffian empire. 2 vols. 
London, 1769. 

t 5981 

f 599 An hiftoncal account of Guinea; its fituation, produce, 
f 600 \ and the general difpofition of its inhabitants. By An- 
& thony Benezet. Philadelphia, 177 1. Gift of the Author. 

f 601 j 

f 632 Von Lowhen's analyfis of nobility in its origin. Tranilat- 
ed from the German. London, 1754. 

633 The hiftory of Cnefus, king of Lydia. Edinburgh, 1755. 

641 Gillie's memoirs of the life of the reverend George White- 
field. New York, 1 764. 

680 Johnfon's prefaces, biographical and critical, of the works 
of the Englifii poets. 4 vols. London, 1779. 

68 1") Davie's memoirs of the life of Garrick; comprehending 
& > an hiftory of the ftage for thirty- fix years. Fourth edi- 
740 J tion. 2 vols. London, 1784. 

694 Cumberland's anecdotes of eminent painters in Spain, 

during the iixteenth and feventeenth centuries; with 
remarks upon the prefent ftate of arts in that kingdom. 
2 vols. London, 1782. 

695 Okely's memoirs of the life and writings of Jacob Beh- 

men. Northampton, 1780. 

* 714 — 2 The life of David Hume, Efquire; written by him- 
felf. London, 1777. 

717 



^o Civil Hijiory. Duodecimo. 

* yij — i~j Memoirs of the life of John Roberts; written by hi? 

& I fon Daniel Roberts, Fifth edition. Philadelphia, 

* 790— 2 J 1766. 

720 Linguet's memoirs of the Baftille. London, 1783. 

723 Mably's dialogues concerning the manner of writing hif- 
tory. Translated from the French. London, 1783. 

732 Henry's memoirs of Albert de Haller. Warrington, 

1783. 
738 Hiftory of Ayder AH Khan, Nabob-bahader; . or new 

memoirs concerning the Eaft Indies. 2 vols. London, 

1784. 

743 The life and adventures of John Chriftopher Wolf; wi{h 
a defcription of Ceylon, its natural productions, and the 
manners cf the inhabitants, by Mr. Efchelfkroon. 
Tranfiated from the German. London, 1785. 

757 An eflay on medals. London, 1784. 

759 Banks's review of the political life of Oliver Cromwell. 
Fifth edition. London, 1769. 

764 Mortimer's Britifh Plutarch; containing the lives of the 

mod eminent perfons of Great Britain and Ireland, 
from the acceffion of Henry the eighth, to the preient 
time. 6 vols. London, 1776. 

765 Piozzi's anecdotes of Dr. Samuel Johnfon. Second edition. 

London, 1786. 

* 783 — 1 Memoirs of the life of Voltaire, Written by himfelf. 

Tranilated from the French. Third edition. Lon- 
don, 1785. 

* 791 — 9 Obfervations on the fituation, &c. of the Indians of 

this continent. Philadelphia, 1784. 

* 797 — * The particulars of an indian treaty at Coneftogoe. 

Dublin, 1723. 

— 4 A relation of the rife of the differences in public af- 
fairs in North Carolina. 1770. 

* 798 — 2 Doolittle's narrative of mifchief done by the Indian 

and French enemy, on the frontiers of Maflachu- 
fetts-bay, from 1743-4, to 1748. Bofton, 1750. 

— 6 An account of the progrefs, &c. of the plague in the 
city of London, in the year 1665. Germantown, 
1763. 

— 7 An hiftcrical account of the tower of London. 

* 805 



Civil Hiftory. Duodecimo. 71 

* 805 — 3 Hiftoire de la Floride, ou relation de la conquete de 

ce pays par Ferdinand de Soto. Seconde partie. 
1707. 

807 Memoires de Bran tome. Toms VII. Leyden, 1699. 

816 Thomas's hiftorical and geographical account of Pennfyl- 
vania and New Jerfey; with a map. London, 1698. 

824 Colden's hiftory of the five indian nations depending on 
the province of New York. 1727. 

$35 Mather's account of the remarkable providences in New- 
England. Bofton, 1683-4. 

* 836 — 3 Difcours de feu Meffire Gafpar de Colligny Amiral de 

France, fur la guerre de Flandres. ALeyde, 1696. 

f 844 The Britifh and Irifti compendium; or rudiments of ho- 
nor; containing the genealogies of the nobility; with 
plates. Eighth edition. 4 vols. London, 1738. 

858 An apology for the life of Colley Gibber, comedian; writ- 
ten by himfelf; with an account of the rife and progrefs 
of the ftage, &c. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 
1756. 

f 858 The life of Dr. Samuel Johnfon; with his maxims and 
obfervations. Philadelphia, 1787. 

* 870 — 2 The North Briton extraordinary; containing a com- 

preheniive review of the Englifh and Scottifh hiftory, 
concerning the union. Third edition. Philadelphia, 
1769. Gift of Zachariah Pculfon, jitnr. 

892 Z. C. Velleius Paterculus, cum Aldi Manutii et aliorum 
notis. Lugduni, 1593. 

* 899 Z. — 1 Caii Salluftii Crifpi quae extant. Londini, 17 13. 

— 2 Lucius Annseus Florus. Cui fubjungitur Lucri 
Ampelii liber memorialis. Londini, 1 7 1 5. 

903 Z. Hiftoire de France avant Clovis. Par le Sr. de Meze- 
ray. A Amfterdam, 1 796. 

905 Z. Albrege Chronologique de l'hiftoire de France. Par 
le Sr. de Mezeray en fix tomes. A Amfterdam, 
1673. 

912 Z. Hiftoire de la decadence de l'empire apres Charle- 
magne. Par le Louis Maimbourg. A Paris, 1681. 

921 Z. Q^Curtii Run hiftoriarum libri. Amftelodami, 1660. 

928 Z.l Famiani Strada? Romani de bello belgico decas pri- 
& > ma, ab exceffu Caroli V. ufque ad initia prsefedurae 

947 Z.J Alexandri Farnefii. Romse, 1648. 

936 L. 



jz Civil Hifiory. Duodecimo. 

936 L. De principatibus Italiae tra&atus varii. Lugduni Ba- 
tavorum, 1627. 

938 L. Helvetiorum refpublica. Diverfis autoribus. Lugdu- 
ni Batavorum, 1627. 

-j- 940 L. Donati Jannotii dialogi de republica Venetorum, cum 
notis et libro iingulari de forma ejufdem reipublicse. 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1631. 

943 L. Refpublica Lutzenburgenfis, Hannonias et Namurcen- 
fis. Amfterdami, 1635. 

949 L* Summa Conciliorum et pontificum a Petro ufque ad 
Julium III. collecta per F. Barth. Carranzam. Lug- 
duni, 1587. 

961 L. Caroli Patini introduclio ad hiftoriam num'ifmatum. 
Amftelasdami, 1683. 

963 L. Caii Julii Csfaris quae extant, ex emendatione Jos. Sca- 
ligeri. Amftelodami, 1661. 

972 L. Kugonis Grotii Annales et hiftorias de rebus Belgicis. 
Amftelaedami, 1558. 

982 L. C. Corn. Tacitus ex Lipfii editione cum notis et emen- 

dationibus K. Grotii. Lugduni Batavorum, 1640. 

983 The eyght bookes of Caius Julius Csefar; conteyning his 

martiall exploytes in the realme of Gallia, and the 
countries bordering vppon the fame. Tranflated oute of 
Latin into Englilh, by Arthur Goldinge. London, 
1565. 

* 985 — 4 A fhort hiftory of the war in America, during the 
command of Sir William Howe; with ftrictures on 
the military conduct of that general, by Jofeph 
Galloway, Efquire. With an appendix, containing 
three letters upon the fame fubject. Philadelphia, 
1787. 



IV. Natural 



Natural Hifiory. - Folio. 73 



IV. Natural Hifiory in all its branches. 



FOLIO. 

2D T T ILL's Britiih herbal; being an hiftory of plants 
J_ X and trees, natives of Britain. London, 1756. 

23 The natural hiftory of Barbadoes, by Griffith Hughes. 
London, 1750. 

•f 25 Doctor James's medical dictionary; including botany, 
phyfic, furgery, anatomy, and chemiflry, in all their 
branches; with plates. 3 vols. London, 1743. 

39 The Englifh herbal; or an hiftory of plants; with cuts. 
By William Salmon. London, 17 10. 

75 "1 The natural hiftory of Iceland; with an account of 
& > the difpofitions, cuftoms and manner of living of 

* 102 — 2 J the inhabitants, by N. Horrebow and Mr. Ander- 

fon. Tranflated from the Danifh, with a map of 
the ifland. London, 1758. 

* 102 — 1 The natural hiftory cf Norway; with an account of 

the cuftoms and manners of the inhabitants; with 
phyfiological notes. Tranflated from the Danifh 
original of Erich Pontoppidan. London, 1755. 

f 104 Seepage 12, (Civil Hiftory.) 

f 124-I 

& > See page 13, (Civil Hiftory.) 
t 166 j 

139 Harris's collection of prints of all the known Englifh but- 
terflies and moths ; with plates. 

f 147") Micrographia Reftaurata; or Doctor Hooke's obfervati- 
& > ons and difcoveries in natural hiftory, by the micro- 
t 338 J fcope; with plates. London, 1745 and 1780. 

K 156* 



74 Natural Hiftory. Folio. 

156 The natural hiflory of Cornwal; with an account of the 
inhabitants ; their manners, cuftoms, &c. with a map of 
the- county and plates. Oxford, 1758. 

161 Theatrum botaniaum; or an herbal of great extent, by 
John Parkinfon. London, 1640. Gift of Dr. Patrick 
Baird. 

165 Hill's general natural hiftory} with plates. London, 
. I74 8 - 
f 170 See page 14, (Civil Hiflory.) 

f 189 Seepage 15, (Civil Hiftory.) 

197 The hiflory of four-footed beads and ferpents; collected 
out of the writings of Conrad Gefner, and other au- 
thors, by Edward Tapfel. With the theatre of infects, 
by T. Muffet. London, 1658. 

j 205 Swedenborgii Regnum fubterraneum cum figuris seneis. 
Tomi III. Drefdas et Lipase, 1734. 

222 The natural hiftory of Oxfordshire, by Robert Plott. Se- 

cond edition. Oxford, 1705. 

223 The natural hiftory of Staffordshire, by Robert Plott, 

Oxford, 1686. 

241 Sir Francis Bacon's natural hiftory; with his hiftory, na- 
tural and experimental, of life and death. London, 
1658. Gift of Francis Richardfon. 

267 Cajus Plinius Secundus, his natural hiftorie. Tranflated 
into Englifh, by Philemon Holland. London, 1635. 

277 Edward i Wottonii Oxonienfis de differentiis animalium libri 
decern. London, 155 1. Gift of Henry Callfler. 

282 Hill's vegetable fyftem ; or a feries of experiments and 
obfervations; including a new anatomy of plants; with 
plates. London, 1759. 

284 The book of nature; or the hiftory of infects; reduced to 
diftinct claffes; with plates. By John Swammerdem. 
Tranflated from the Dutch and Latin, by Thomas 
Flloyd; and revifed and improved, by notes from Reau- 
mur and ethers, by John Hill. London, 1758. 

289 Catefby's natural hiftory of Carolina, Florida and the Ba? 
hama iflands; in French and Englifh; containing the 
figures of birds, beafts, fifties, &c. and a map of the 
countries. 2 vols. . London, 1 771. 

294 Martini Lifter, M. D. hiftoriae five fynopfis methodic^ Con- 
chyliorum. Oxonii, 1770. 

308 



Natural Hijiory, Folio. y$ 

308 Rumphii Thefaurus imaginum pifcium teftaceorum. Ha- 
gse Comitum, 1739. 

317 Agricolae de re metallica libri XII. Bafili^, 1657. 

327 Impreffions from plants. 2 vols. Philadelphia. 

341 Price's treatife on minerals, mines and mining. London, 
1778. 

f 350 Sloane's natural hiftory of Jamaica; with his voyage to 
Madera, Barbados, Nieves, and St. Chriftophers; with 
plates. 2 vols. London, 1707. 

f 372 Monro's ftru&ure and phyfiology of fifhes explained, and 
compared with thofe of man and other animals; with 
plates. Edinburgh, 1785. 

377 Curtis's flora Londinenfis; or plates and defcriptions of 
fuch plants as grow wild in the environs of London. 2 
vols. London, 1777. 

f 406 Grew's catalogue and defcription of the rarities belonging 
to the Royal Society and preferved at Grelham college; 
with the comparative anatomy of the flomach and guts. 
London, 1681. 

426 L. Caii Plinii fecundi hiftoria naturalis cum notis Joannis 
Harduini. Ill tomi. Paris, 1733. 

429 L. Athanafii Kircheri mundus fubterraneus tomi duo in 

uno. Amftelodami, 1665. 

430 L. Joannis Raii hiftoria plantarum. Tomi III. Londini, 

1686. 

437 L. Francifci Willughbeii hiftoria pifcium. Editore Johan- 
ne Raio cum figuris. Oxoniae, 1686. 

f 448 L. Gulielmi Pifonis de Indiae utriufque re naturali et me* 
dica libri XIV. cum iconibus. Amftelasdami, 1658. 

449 L. Carolii Clufii Atrebatis rariarum plantarum hiftoria. 

Antverpiss, 1601. 

450 L. Caroli Clufii Atrebatis exoticorum libri decern. A. D. 

1605. 

455 L. Mercilli Malphigii anatome plantarum cui de ovo in- 
cubato appendix adjungitur cum iconibus. Tomi II. 
Londini, 1675. 

469 Z. Theophrafti Erefii de hiftoria plantarum libri decern. 
Cum iconibus rariarum plantarum et commentariis 
Johannis Bodsei. Amftelodami, 1644. 

482 L, Moufeti infe&orum theatrum cum iconibus. Londini, 
1634. 

q^u A R T o. 



j6 Natural Hi/lory. Quarts, 



QJJ A R T O. 

i "] Edwards's gleanings of natural hiflory ; exhibiting figures 
Sc> of quadrupedes, birds, infects, plants, &c. 3 vols. 
2 J London, 1758. 

iol Ruflel's natural hiftory of Aleppo, and parts adjacent; 
& > with the methods ufed by the Europeans for their pre- 
37 J fervation from the plague. London, 1756. 

20 Ellis's effay towards a'natural hiftory of the Corallines, and 
other marine productions of the like kind. London, 

1755- 
J 39 See page 21, (Civil Hiftory,) 

76 Dacofta's natural hiftory of foffils. vol. 1. part 1. Lon- 
don, 1757. 

181 Parfon's microfcopical theatre of feeds; being a (liort view 
of the characters, &c. of feeds; with an account of the 
plants; their virtues and botanical terms; with plates. 
London, 1745. 

f x 86 Adams's obfervations in natural hiftory by the microfcope ; 
with a variety of experiments explaining its ufe. Lon- 
don, 1 746. Gift of Thomas Penn, If quire. 

f 193 Lawfon's voyage to Carolina; containing the defcription 
and natural hiftory of that country ; and a journal of one 
thoufand miles through feveral nations of indians; giv- 
ing a particular account of their cuftoms, &c. London, 
1709. 

220 Edwards's ornithologia nova; or a natural hiftory of un- 
common birds, and of fome other rare and undefcribed 
animals; with plates. 7 vols. London, 1750. 

235 Roberts's account of the difcovcry and natural hiftory of 
Florida; with a map, plans, and a geographical def- 
cription of that country, by F. Jeffreys. London. 

244 Dillenius's hiftoria mofcorum; or a general hiftory of 
mofles and corals; with plates. London. 

255 Hiftoria mofcorum lac. Dillenii. Oxofcii, 1741. Gift 
cf John Bartram, 

261 



Natural Hiftory. Quarto. jj 

z6l Von Linne's inftitutes of botany; containing descriptions 
of all the known genera of plants. Tranflated from the 
Latin; and a view of the ancient and prefent ftate of 
botany, &c. prefixed, by Colin Milne. London, 1771. 

268 Bradley's philcfophical account of the works of nature; 
with cuts. London, 1 77 1. 

298 Godfredi Sellii hiftoria naturalis feredinis marinse. Tra- 
jecti ad Rhenum, 1733. 

304 Johannis Claytoni, Flora Virginica. Lugduni Batavorum, 

1762. 

305 De la Fonte, des mines et des fonderies, &c. A Paris* 

1750. 

307 Plantarum feu Stirpium Icones. Antverpise, 1581. 
309 Johannis Ioachimi Beccheri phyfica fubterranea. Lipfiae, 
I738- 

* 310 — 6 Blair's alphabetical and claflical differtation on all the 

Britiih plants. London, 1723. 

315 Nicholas's lapidary; or the hiftory of precious ftones. 
Cambridge, 1652. 

* 3 1 8 — 6 Vermiculars destroyed ; with an hiflorical account of 

worms, and experiments proved by the microfcope. 
Fifth edition. London, 1691. 

356 Barbut on the genera infe<5torum of Linnseus ; exemplified 

by various Specimens of Engliih infects; with plates. 
London, 1781. 

357 Barbut on the genera vermium; exemplified by various 

fpecimens of the animals contained in the orders of the 
inteftina et mollufca Linnsei; with plates. London, 
1783. 

365 Falconer's remarks on the influence of climate, fituation, 
nature of country, population, &c. upon mankind. 
London, 1781. 

* 387 — 3 Wilfon's fhort view of electricity. London, 1780. 

400 Whitehurft's inquiry into the original ftate and formation 
of the earth; deduced from facts and the laws of na- 
ture; with an appendix, containing obfervations on the 
ftrata of Derbyfhire. London, 1778. 

414 Cavallo's treatife on the nature and properties of air, and 
other permanently elaftic fluids, &c. London, 178 1. 

434 Pennant's arctic zoology; with plates. 2 vols. London, 
1784. 

45* 



78 Natural Hijiory. Quarto. 

451 Ellis's natural hiftory of many curious zoophytes; collect- 
ed from various parts of the globe; with plates. Lon- 
don, 1786. 

486 Nova plantarum Americanafum genera, authore P. Carolo 
Phivier. Parifiis, 1 703. 

* 500 — 1 Pownall's hydraulic and nautical obfervations on the 
currents in the Atlantic ocean; with a correfponding 
chart of that ocean; with notes, by Doctor Benja- 
min Franklin. London, 1787. 

501 Latham's fupplement to the general fynopfis of birds; 
with plates. London, 1787. 

519 L. Jofephi Pitton Tournefort inftitutiones rei herbaria?. 

III. tomi. Parifiis, 1700. 

528 L. Gulielmi Harveii exercitationes de generatione anima- 

lium quibus accedunt qusedam de partu, de mem- 
branis ac humoribus uteri et de conceptione. Lon- 
dini, 1 65 1. 

529 L. Antonii a Leeuwenhoek opera omnia feu arcana nature 

ope exactifTimorum microfcopiorum detecta. Tomi 

IV. Lugduni Batavorum, 1722. 

54I L. Cafpari Bouhini theatrum botanicum. Bafiless, 1671. 



OCTAVO. 

10 Opptan's halieuticks, of the nature of fifties and fiihing 
of the ancients. Tranflated from the Greek; with an 
account of Oppian's life and writings, and a catalogue 
of his fifhes. Oxford, 1722. 

18 The botanift's and gardener's dictionary; comprizing alfo 
the gardener's calender; with an introduction to the 
Linnsean fyftem of botany. London, 1765. 

2 1 Wilfon's treatife on electricity. Second edition. London, 

1752. 

44 Spectacle de la nature; or nature difplayed; being di£ 
courfes on natural hiftory; with plates. Tranflated 
from the original French, by Mr. Humphreys. Third 
edition. 3 vols. London, 1736. 

61 



Natural Hi/lory. Oftavo. 79 

61 Henckel's pyrltologia; 01 a hiflory of the pyrites; in 
which are confidered its names, ipecies, beds and ori- 
gin; its iron, copper, &c. Tranllated from the Ger- 
man. London, 1757. 

79 Parfon's philofophical obfervations on the analogy between 
the propagation of animals and that of vegetables ; ia 
which are aniwered fome objections againft the indivisi- 
bility of the foul, deduced from late experiments upon 
the polypus, &c. London, 1752. 

98 Burnet's facred theory of the earth; containing an account 
of its original creation, &c. with memoirs of the au- 
thor's life. Seventh edition. 2 vols. London, 1 749. 

fill See page 33; (Civil Hiflory.) 

137 Boyle's works, epitomized; with plates. By Richard 
Boulton. 4 vols. London, 1699. 

154 Theophraftus's hiflory of ftones; with an Engiifh verfion 
and notes; including the hiflory of gems, &c. by John 
Hill; alio two letters on the colours of the fapphire 
and turquoife, and the effects of diiferent menilruums 
on copper. London, 1746. 

-j- 177 Derham's phyfico-theology; or a demonftration of the 
being and attributes of God, from his works of crea- 
tion; with notes and obfervations. Eighth edition. 
London, 1732. 

228 Acoita's naturall and morall biftorie of the Eaft and Weft 
Indies. Tranflated out of the Spaniih, by E. G. Lon- 
don, 1604. 

* 230 — 6 The Virginian filk-worm; or the manner of feeding 

filk- worms. London, 1655. 

* 261 — 1 Shrigley's relation of Virginia and Maryland; with 

the commodities therein. London, 1669. 

279 Blair's botanic eiTays; with figures. London, 1720. 

309 Olavi Celiii hiero-botamcum. Upfal, 1745. Gift of Peter 
Kalm. 

f 391 Le Cat's phyfical eflay on the fenfes. Tranflated from 
the French. London, 1750. 

420 Needham's microfcopical difcoveries in the natural hiftory 
of animals, plants, &c. London, 1745. 

44<* 



8o Natural Hi/lory. O&avo. 

446 BufFon's natural hiftory of the horfe; with that of the 
afs, bull, cow, ox, fheep, goat and fwine; and direc- 
tions for breeding and improving thofe animals. Trans- 
lated from the French. London, 1762. 

449 "J Lee's introduction to botany; containing an explanation 
& > of the theory of that fcience; extracted from the works 
813 J of Linnaeus; with plates. Second edition. London, 
1765. 

t466] 

& >Pullein on the culture of filk. London, 1758. 

479 A chronological hiftory of the air, weather, feafons, me- 

teors, &c. in fundry places and different times; more 
particularly for the ipace of two hundred and fifty years; 
with their effects on animal bodies. 2 vols. London, 
1749. 

480 An attempt towards a natural hiftory of the foftlls of En- 

gland; in a catalogue of J. Woodward's collection of 
Englifh foflils. London, 1729. 

* 494 — 1 Pointer's rational account of the weather; with three 
eftays towards accounting for wet years ; the Aurora 
Borealis ; and the plague. Second edition. London, 

1738. 

496 Smith's natural hiftory of Nevis, and the reft of the En- 
glifh leeward Charibee iflands in America; with an in- 
troduction to the art of decyphering. Cambridge, 

1745- 
498 Baker's attempt towards a natural hiftory of the polype; 
with figures. London, 1743. 

5057 Clare's motion of fluids, natural and artificial; in parti- 
& > cular that of air and weather. Third edition. Lon- 
506 J don, 1747. 

•(•571 Baker's employment for the microfcope; containing an 
examination of falts and faline fubftances, and an 
account of various animalcules, &c. with plates. 

572 Whifton's theory of the earth, from its original to the 
confummation of all things. Sixth edition. London, 

*755- 

fir L Freke's treatife on the nature and property of fire, 
. , f motion, electricity, and magnetifm. London, 1752. 

600 



Natural Hiftory. O&avo. 81 

600 Maillet's Telliamed; or difccurfes between an Indian phi- 
lolbpher and a French miffionary, on the diminution of 
the fea, the formation of the earth, the origin of men 
and animals, and other curious fubjeftr. Tranllated 
from the French. London, 1 750. 

619 Thorley's female monarchy; being an enquiry into the 
nature, order and government of bess; with a method 
of preferving their lives. With plates. London, 1 744. 

727 De Reaumur's art of hatching and bringing up domeftic 
fowls of all kinds. London, 1 750. 

f 782 Short's medicina Britannica; or a treatife on fuch phyfical 
plants as are generally found in the fields or gardens in 
Great Britain; with an appendix, containing the true 
preparation, prefervation, ufes and dofes of moil forms 
of remedies for private families. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1747. 

f 784 A voyage to Arabia Felix, through the Eafcern Ocean 
and the ftraits of the Red Sea, made bv the French in 
1708, 1709 and 1710; with an hiftorical treatife of the 
origin and progrefs of coffee. London, 1742. 

785 Gibfon's true method of dieting horfes; containing ufeful 
obfervations on their marks, colour, ihape, &c. Third 
edition. London, 1731. 

788 The Chriftian philofopher; being a collection of the beffc 
difcoveries in nature; with religious improvements, by 
Cotton Mather. London, 172 1. Gift of David Bujh. 

f 709 See page 49, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

S07 Woodward's natural hiftory of foflils of all kinds, methodi- 
cally digefted; with papers tending to promote the know- 
ledge of minerals, ores, &c. London, 1728. 

894 Saul's hiftorical and philofophical account of the Baro- 
meter or weather-glafs ; wherein the ufe of that inftru- 
ment, the theory of the atmofphere, and the caufes of 
its gravitation are explained. London, 1730. 

* 900 — 3 Penrofe's treatife on electricity. Oxford, 1752. 

917 Dodd's efTay towards a natural hiftory of the herring, 
London, 1752. 

* 030 — 1 The natural hiftory of mount Vefuvius; with the ex- 

planation of the various phenomena that attend the 
eruptions of this vulcano. Tranllated from the Ita- 
lian. London, 1743. 

—3 Hale's confi derations on the caufes of earthquakes. 
Second edition. London, 1750. 

t 958 See page $$, (Civil Hiflory.) 

L 987 



82 Natural Hijiory. O&avo. 

984 1 Directions for the breeding and management of. filk* 

& V worms ; extracted from the treatiles of the Abbe 

* 1524 — 1 J Boiffier de Sauvages and of Pullein. Philadelphia, 

1 770. N ' 984 the gift of the managers of the Filature, 

■f 987 Porterfield's treatife upon the eye, the mariner and phe- 
nomena of viiion. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1 759. 

1024 Wildman's treatife on the management of bees; with the 
natural hiitory of thofe infects, and of wafps, hornets, 
&c. with plates. Second edition. London, 1779. 

% 1025 Ofbeck's voyage to China, and the Eafl: Indies; with a 
voyage to Suratte, by Olof Toreen; an account of the 
Chinefe hufbandry, and a catalogue of Chinefe animals 
and plants. Tranflated from the German, by John 
Reinhold Forfter. 2 vols. London, 1771. 

1054 An eflay on the natural hiftory of Guiana, in South Ame- 
rica; containing a defcription of many productions in the 
animal and vegetable fyflems of that country. London, 
1769. 

1063 Forfter's catalogue of the animals and plants of North 
America. London, 1.763. 

1 1 19 Linnsei genera plantarum. Stockholm, 1764. Gift of 

'John Bartram. 

1 1 20 Flora orientalis Gronovii. Lyons, 1755. Gift of John 

Bartram, 

H2i Linnsei bibliotheca botanica. Second edition. Amiler- 
dam, 1751. Gift of John Bartram. 

1 1 22 Gronovii index fupelleclilis lapideae. Lyons, 1750. Gift 
of John Bartram. 

1 1 3 2 Goldfmith's hiitory of the earth, and animated nature ; 
with plates. 8 vols. London, 1 7 74. 

& / Linnsei fyftema naturae. Twelfth edition. 4 vols. Stock- 
gf holm, 1766 and 1767. 

* TI ^ 9 / Romans' natural hiitory of Eafl and Weft Florida; with 
. f maps and plates. Vol. 1. New York, 1775. 

1 1 65 Grew's comparative anatomy of trunks, and an account 
of their vegetation ; with plates. London, 1675. 

1178 Pennant's Britifh zoology; containing a natural hiitory oi 
quadrupedes, birds, reptiles, fillies, worms, and lliells 
with plates. Fourth edition. 4 vols. Wairington, 
1776. - 

11S2 



Natural Hiftory i O&avo. 83 

1 1 82 Buffon's natural hiftory, general and particular; with 
plates, and occaficnal obfervations by the translator. 
8 vols. London, 1781. 

1203 Pulteney's general view of the writings of Linnxus. 
London, 1781. 

1259 Bryant's flora diabetica; or hiftory of efculent plants. 
London, 1783. 

1269 Higgins' philofophical enay concerning light. Vol. 1. 
London, 1776. 

1273 Brand's felecl diflertations from the Amaenitates acade- 
mics; being a fupplement to Stillingfleet's tracls relat- 
ing to natural hiftory. Vol. 1. London, 1781. 

1275 Wilfon's obfervations relative to the influence of climate 
on vegetable and animal bodies. London, 1780. 

1289 Rofe's elements of botany; containing a hiftory of that 
fcience; with plates. London, 1775. 

1291 Kirvvan's elements of mineralogy. London, 1784. 

f 13 10 Pearfon's obfervations and experiments for inveftigating 
the chymical hiftory of the tepid fprings of Buxton; 
and an account of fome newly difcovered fubftances 
relating to feveral branches of chymiftry, and animal 
and vegetable life; with a hiftory of the atmofphere of 
the Pcake, and the form and ftrufture of the mountain- 
ous regions of Derbyfhire. With plates. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1784. 

j 3 18 Hiftoire naturelle de la France meridionale. VI. toms. 
Paris, 1780. 

* 1 2 19 — 7 Hortus Uptonenfis; or a catalogue of the ftove and 

green-houfe plants in Doctor Fothergill's garden; 
with plates. Gift of Dodor Thomas Parke. 

* 1320 — 1 Milner's experiments and obfervations in electricity; 

with plates. London, 1783. 

— 4 Bergman's outlines of mineralogy. Tianflated from 
the Latin, by William Withering. Birmingham, 

1783. 

* 1469 — 3 Marshall's arbuftrum Americanum; or American 

grove; being an alphabetical catalogue of foreft 
trees and ihrubs, natives of the American United 
States; with fome hints of their ufes in medicine, 
dyes, and domeftic ceconomy. Philadelphia, 1785. 

1517 



84 Natural Hi/lory. O&avo, 

151 7 The natural hiftory of Carolina; with plates. 

* 1578 — 2 Forfter's introduction to mineralogy; or an accurate 

clarification of foffils and minerals. London, 1768. 

— 3 Forfter's flora American feptentrionalis ; or catalogue 
of the plants of North America. London, 1771. 

—4 Forfter's catalogue of the animals of North America. 
London, 1771. 

* 1589— <-2 Experiments and confiderations on the generation of 

plants. Tranflated from the Latin. London, 1 747^ 

•\—6 Ottolenghe's directions for breeding filk- worms. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1 771. 

1 61 8 Kirwan's eftimate of the temperature of different latitudes. 
London, 1787. 

* 1627 — I An effay on the caufes of the variety of complexion 

and figure in the human fpecies; with ftri&ures on 
lord Kaims's difcourfe on the original diverfity of 
mankind. Philadelphia, 1787. 

1656 L. Joannis Raii fynopfis methodica ftirpium Britannica- 
rum. Cum iconibus. Londini, 1724. 

1669 L, Joannis Raii fynopfis methodica avium etpifcium, opus 

pofthumum. Londini, 1713. 

1670 /,. Joannis Raii methodus plantarum emendata et aucta, 

accedit methodus graminurn juncorum et cyperorum 
fpecialis. Londini, 1703. 

1682 L. Bernhardi Vareni geographia generalis cum fchemati- 
bus. Ab Ifaaco Newton, Math. Prof. Cantabrigt- 
enfis. Cantabrigian, 1672. 



DUO- 



Natural Hiftory. Duodecimo. 85 



DUODECIMO. 

21 Owen's obfervations on the earths, rocks, ftones and mi- 
nerals about Briftol; and on the nature of the hot- well, 
and the virtues of its water. London, 1754. 

115 Nature difplayed; being difcourfes of natural hiftory; 
with plates. Tranflated from the French, by Mr. Hum- 
phreys. Sixth edition. 7 vols. London, 1672. 

172 Burnet's facred theory of the earth; containing an account 
of all the general changes which it hath undergone; or 
is to undergo, till the confummation of all things. 2 
vols. Glafgow, 1753. 

235 Barba's collection of fcarce treatifes upon metals, mines 
and minerals. Second edition. London, 1740. 

387 Warder's monarchy of bees; being a new difcovery and 
improvement of thofe wonderful creatures. Seventh 
edition. London, 1742. 

506 New England's rarities difcovered; in birds, beafts, fifh.es, 
plants, &c. of that country. By John Jofiblyn. Lon- 
don, 1672. 

59P A botanical lexicon; in which the terms of botany are ex- 
plained. London, 1764. 

597 A comparative view of the ftate and faculties of man, 
with thofe of the animal world. London, 1 766. 

667 Flora Parifienfis prodromus, ou catalogue des plantes, &c. 
fuivant la methode fexuelle de M. Linnasus. Par M. 
Dalibard. Paris, 1 749. Gift of John Bar/ram. 

672 Romans' natural hiftory of Eaft and Weft Florida; with 
plates. Vol.i. New York, 1775. 

712 Ward's modern fyftem of natural hiftory; containing ac- 
curate defcriptions of animals, vegetables, and mine- 
rals; with plates. 12 vols, in fix. London, 1775. 

735 Aiken's calender of nature. Second edition. London, 
1785. 

* 783—2 Forreft's treatife on the monfoons in Eaft India. Lon- 

don, 1783. 

* 805 — 2 Avis pour le tranfport par mer des arbres, &c. 1752. 
810 Cours d'hiftorie naturelle. Vol.6. Paris, 1770. 

896 L. 



86 Natural Uijlory. Duodecimo. 

896 L. Jacobi Bernoulli difTertatio de gravitate iStheris. 
Amftelsedami, 1683. 

029 L. Fr. Baconis de Verulamio fylva fylvarum five hiftoria 
naturalis et novus atlas. Amftelodami, 1648. 

OC2 L. Claudii iEliani de animalium natura libri XVII. 
Gr'aece et Latine. Gallo et Helvetio interpretibus. 
Geneves, i5n. 



V. Voyages and Travels. 



FOLIO. 

3 \T ORDEN's travels in Egypt and Nubia; with 

JL^ plates. Translated from the original, and enlarged 

with obfervations from ancient and modern authors 

that have written on the antiquities of Egypt, by 

Dr. Peter Templeman. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

* l6 7 

&. >See page 10, (Civil Hiftory. J 

1 513') 

J 17 See page 10, (Civil Hiftory. J 

X 1 8 Seepage 10, (Civil Hiftory. ) 

{19 Seepage 10, (Civil Hiftory.) 

32 A complete collection of voyages and travels; confining 
of above fix hundred writers; comprehending the rife 
and progrefs of the art of navigation ; with the inven- 
tion and ufe of the lcad-itone, and its variation. Pub- 
lifhed by John Harris. 2 vols. London, 1744. 

42 The univerfal traveller; or a complete account of the 
moll remarkable voyages and travels of eminent men 
of our own, and other nations. By Patrick Barclay. 
London, 1735. 

49 






Voyages and Travels* Folio. 87 

49 A defcription of the Eaft, and fome other countries; with 
obfervations on Egypt, by Richard Pococke. 2 vols* 
London, 1745. 

f 55 Seepage 11, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

70 "J Travels through different cities of Germany, Italy, 
& > Greece, and feveral parts of Afia, as far as the banks 

73 j of Euphrates, by Alexander Drummond. London, 

*754- 

74 Purchas's pilgrims; containing the voyages made by anci- 

ent kings, patriarchs, apoftles, philoibphers and others, 
to the remote parts of the known worlds with a defcrip- 
tion of all the circumnavigations of the globe, and the 
voyages of Engliihmen along the coafl of Africa, &c. 
5 vols. London, 1625. 

144 Itinerarium feptentrionale ; or a journey through moft of 
the countries of Scotland and the north of England; 
with plates. By Alexander Gordon. 1726. 

157 A collection of voyages and travels; fome from oiiginal 
munufcripts; with plates, and a general preface, giving 
an account of the progrefs of navigation, from its ori- 
gin. 8 vols. London, 1732. 

163 Shaw's travels; or obfervations relating to feveral parts of 
Barbary and the Levant. Oxford, 1738. 

173 Motraye's travels through Europe, Afia, and into part of 
Africa. 3 vols. London, 1730. 

239 Sandy's travailes; containing the hiftory of the original 
and prefent ftate of the Turkifh empire. Sixth edition. 
London, 1658. 

244 Hackluyt's voyages. 2 vols. London, 1600. 

271 A voyage to the Levant; or travels in the principal parts 
of Afia Minor, the iflands of Scio, Rhodes, Cyprus, 
Sec. and an account of the moil confiderable cities of 
Egypt, Syria, and the Holy Land; with plates. 
Tranflated into Engliih, by J. W. London, 1702. 

274 Moryfon's Itinerary; containing his ten yeeres travel! 
through the twelve dominions of Germany, Bohmer- 
land, Sweitzerland, Netherland, Denmarke, Poland, 
Italy, Turky, France, England, Scotland, and Ire- 
land. London, 161 7. 

% 275 Seepage 17, (Civil HJlory.) 

f 350 See page 75, (Natural Eijhry.) 



88 Voyages and Travels. Folio. 

381 Le Bruyn's travels into Mofcovy, Perfia, and part of the 

Eaft Indies; containing a defcription of whatever is re- 
markable in thofe countries; with plates. Alfo, an ac- 
count of the journey of Mr. Ifbrants, through Ruffia 
and Tartary to China; with remarks on the travels of 
Sir John Chardin and Mr. Ksmpfer. 2 vols. London, 
1737- 

382 Travels into Perfia and the Eaft Indies, through the 

Black Sea and the country of Colchis; with plates. 
By Sir John Chardin. London, 1686. 

383 Herbert's travels into divers parts of Afia and Africa; 

defcribing efpecially the Perfian and Mogul empires. 
London, 1638. 

505 Z. A collection of voyages and travels; with plates. 
Tranflated from foreign languages into Englifh. 4. 

vols. London, 1704. 



QJJ A R T O. 

*5 Keyfler's travels through Germany, Bohemia, Hungary, 
Switzerland, Italy, and Lorrain; with plates. Tranf- 
lated from the fecond edition of the German. Second 
edition. 4 vols. London, 1756. 



See page 21, (Civil Hi/lory.) 




Muller's voyages from Afia to America, for com»- 
pleating the difcoveries of the north-weft coaft of 
America; with a fummary of the voyages made 
by the Ruffians on the frozen fea, in fearch of a 
north-eaft paffage. Tranflated from the High 
Dutch. "With maps, by Thomas Jeffreys. Lon- 
don, 1761. Second edition. London, 1764. 

f 75 A journal from Grand Cairo to Mount Sinai. Tranflated 
from a manufcript, written by the prefetto of Egypt. 
With remarks on the origin of hierogliphics, and the 
mythology of the ancient Heathens, by Robert, lord 
biihop of Clogher. London, 1753. 

* 87 — 2 The hiftory of Kamtfchatka, the Kurilfki iflands, and 
the countries adjacent; with maps and cuts. Tranf- 
lated from the Ruffian, by James Grieve. Glocef- 
ter, 1764.. 

89 



Voyages and Travels. Quarto. 89 

98 Blainville's travels through Holland, Germany, Switzer- 
land, but efpecially Italy ; with maps. 3 vols. Lon- 
don, 1757. 

no! Bell's travels from St. Peterfburg, in Ruffia, to divers 
& > parts of Afia. 2 vols. Glafgow, 1763. N°* 110 
1 1 1 J the gift of the late proprietaries of P-e?infylvania. 

122 Tournefort's voyage to the Levant; performed by com- 
mand of the French king. Containing an account of 
the ancient and modern ftate of the iflands of the Archi- 
pelago, and of Constantinople, the coafts of the 
Black Sea, Armenia, Georgia, the frontiers of Perfia 
and Afia Minor; with the life of the author. 2 vols. 
London, 1718. 

135 A collection of voyages and travels; comprehending every 
thing remarkable in its kind, in Europe, Alia, Africa, 
and America; with plates. 4 vols. London, 1745. 

164! Frezier's voyage to the South Sea, and along the coait of 
& >■ Peru, in the years 1712, 1713, and 17 14; with plates. 
1 80 J London, 17 17. 

f 193 See page 76, (Natural Hiflory.) 

225 D'Auteroche's journey into Siberia, in the year 1761; 
with plates. Tranflated from the French. London, 

1770. 

* 258 — 1 A voyage round the world, in his Britannic majefty's 
fhip Endeavour, in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, and 
1 77 1 ; with a concife vocabulary of the language of 
Otaheite. London, 1771. 

263 1 An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of 
& > his prefent majefly, for making difcoveries in the fouth- 

266 J era hemifphere, and performed by Byron, Wallis, 
Carteret, and Cook. Drawn up from the journals 
which were kept by the feveral commanders, and from 
the papers of Jofeph Banks, Efquire, by John Hawkef- 
worth. With plates, charts and maps. 3 vols. Lon- 
don, 1773. 

279 Bougainville's voyage round the world; performed by or- 
der of his moll Chriftian majefty, in the years 1766, 
1767, 1768, and 1769; with plates. Tranflated from 
the French, by John Reinhold Forfter. London, 1772. 

293 Pennant's tour in Scotland, and voyage to the Hebrides; 
with plates. 2 vols. London, 1774. 

314 Brown's travels into Hungaria, Servia, Bulgaria, Mace- 
donia* Theflaly, Auftria, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, 
and Friuli; with figures. London, 1673. 

M 3 J 9 



90 Voyages and Travels. Quarto. 

319 Hiftoire generale des voyages; with plates. XVIII. toms, 
Ala Haye, 1747. Gift of Thomas Mifflin, Ef quire. 

323 1 Forreft's voyage to New Guinea, and the Moluccas, 

& > from Balambangan; including an account of Magin- 

404 J dano, Sooloo, and other iilands; performed in the 

years 1774, 1775 and 1776. With plates. London, 

1779. Second edition, London, 1780. 

329 Swinburne's travels through Spain, in the years 1775 an< ^ 
1776; with plates. London, 1779. 

331 Cook's voyage towards the South Pole and round the 
world; performed in the years 1772, t 773, 1774, and 
1 775 ; with captain Furneaux's narrative of his pro- 
ceedings in the Adventure during the feparation of the 
fhips. With plates. Third edition. 2 vols. London, 
1779. 

333 Dillon's travels through Spain, with a view to illuftrate 
the natural hiftory and phyfical geography of that king- 
dom, &c. with plates. London, 1780. 

339 Coxe's account of the Ruffian difcoveries between Afia 
and America; with the conqueft of Siberia, and the 
hiftory of the tranfaclions and commerce between Ruf- 
fia and China. Second edition. London, 1780. 

346 Chandler's travels in Greece; or an account of a tour 
made at the expence of the fociety of Dilettanti. Ox- 
ford, 1776. 

361 Chandler's travels in Afia Minor. Oxford, 1775. 

362 Irwin's adventures in the courfe of a voyage up the Red 

Sea, on the coafts of Arabia and Egypt, and of a route 
through the defarts of Thebais, in the year 1777. In 
letters to a lady. With maps and plates. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1780. 

367 Pennant's tour in Wales; with plates. 2 vols. London, 

1778. 

368 Pennant's journey from Cheiler to London; with plates. 

London, 1782. 

369 Pennant's journey to Snowden; with plates. London, 

1781. 

376 Forfter's voyage round the world, in his Britannic majef- 

ty's Hoop Refolution, commanded by explain James 
Cook; in the years 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775. 2 
vols. London, 1777. 

377 Swinburne's travels in the two Sicilies; with plates. 2 

vols. London, 1783. 

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Voyages and Travels. Quarto. 91 

.384 Brace's memoirs; containing an account of his travels in 
Germany, Ruftia, Tartary, Turkey, the Weft Indies, 
Sec. London, 1782. 

• 386 — 4 Capper's obfervations on the paflage to India, through 

Egypt, and acrofs the Great Defart, &c. London, 
1783. 

390 Wyndham's tour through Monmouthfhire and Wales; 
made in the years 1774 and 1777; with plates. Second 
edition. Salifbury, 1781. 

393 Cook's voyage to the Pacific Ocean, in the (hips Refolu- 
tion and Difcovery, in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 
1779, and 1780; with maps and charts. 3 vols. The 
firft and fecond volumes were written by captain James 
Cook, and the third by captain James King. London, 
1784. 

398 Phipps's voyage towards the North Pole; undertaken in 

the year 1773. With plates. London, 1784. 

399 Coxe's travels into Poland, Ruffia, Sweden, and Den- 

mark; interfperfed with hiftorical relations and political 
enquiries; with charts and plates. 2 vols. London, 
1784. 

* 412 — 2 Dalrymple's travels through Spain and Portugal, in 

the year 1774; w ^h a fhort account of the Spanifh 
expedition againft Algiers, in 1775. London, 1777* 

426 Sparrman's voyage to the cape of Good Hope, towards 
the Antarctic Polar Circle, and round the world ; from 
the year 1772 to 1776; with plates. Tranflated from 
. the Swediih original. 2 vols. London, 1785. 

455 Forfter's hiflory of the voyages and difcoveries made in 
the north; with maps. Tranflated from the German. 
London, 1786. 

458 Jeffreys' account of voyages made by the Ruffians, from 
Afia to America, for compleating the difcoveries of the 
north- weft coaft of America; with maps. London, 
1 761. 

* 465 — 16 Dickenfon's journal of the travels of feveral perfons 

who were caft away among the indians of Florida. 
Philadelphia, 1699. 

* 47 8 — 7 Travels from New-Hampfhire to Caratuck, in North 

America, by George Keith. London, 1706. 

482 Nouveau voyage aux ifles de l'Amerique avec des figures, 
&c. II. toms. Ala Haye, 1724. 



o2 Voyages and Travels. Quarto. 

483 Hiftoire et defcription generale de la nouvelle France avec 
le journal hiftorique d'un voyage dans l'Amerique fep- 
tentrionale. III. toms. A Paris, 1744. 

509 An account of the Pelew iflands, fituated in the weftern 
part of the Pacific ocean; compofed from the journals 
and communications ©f captain Henry Wilfon, and 
fome of his officers, by George Keate; with plates, 
London, 1788. 



6 C T A V O. 

32 A collection of voyages, difcoveries and travels; con- 
taining whatever is worthy of notice in Europe, Afia, 
Africa, and America; with maps, plans and plates. 
7 vols. London, 1767. 

39 1 Bofwell's account of Corfica; being the journal of a 
& > tour to that ifland; and memoirs of Pafcal Paoli; 
1 24 J with a map of Corfica. Second edition. London, 
1768. 

40 Letters from Italy; defcribing the cuftoms and manners 
of that country, in the years 1765 and 1766; with an 
admonition to gentlemen who pafs the Alps, in their 
tour through Italy, by Samuel Sharp. Third edition. 
London. 

42 A view of the cuftoms, manners, drama, &c. of Italy, 

as they are defcribed in the Frufta Litteraria, and in 

the account of Italy, written by Mr. Baretti ; compared 

with the letters from Italy, written by Mr. Sharp. By 

Samuel Sharp. London, 1768. 

76 An account of a voyage for the difcovery of a north-weft 
paffage, by Hudfon's ftraight, to the weftern and fouth- 
ern ocean of America; performed in the year 1746 and 
1747, in the {hip California, commanded by Francis 
Smith. By the clerk of the fhip. London, 1 748. 

ioi"l A new voyage to Italy; with obfervations on Germany, 

& > Switzerland, Savoy, Geneva, Flanders, and Holland; 

219 J and inftrutfions for thofe who mail travel thither, by 

Maximilian Miffon. Fifth edition. 4 vols. London, 

J15 



Voyages and Travels. O&avo. 93 

115I Lahontan's account of voyages to North America; con- 

& > taining a defcriptlon of the feveral nations of that vail 

1 16 J continent; their cuftoms, commerce, &c. Tranflated 

from the French. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 

1735. N°* 115 the Gift of Richard Wiflar. 



171I 

2743 



A collection of voyages ; with maps and draughts, 
vols. London, 1729. 



j 73 Travels through the Low Countries, Germany, Italy, and 
France; with curious obfervations, and a catalogue of 
plants, found fpontaneoufly growing in thofe parts, 
with an account of their virtues. By John Ray. Alfo, 
an account of the travels of Francis Willoughby, 
through great part of Spain. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1737. 

227 — 8 A voyage to the Eaft Indies. 1607. 

229 Virginia richly valued, by the defcription cf the mains 
land of Florida, her next neighbour; out of the foure 
yeeres continual! travel! and difcoverie of Don Ferdinan- 
do de Soto, and fix hundred able men in his companie. 
Tranflated out of Portuguefe,by Richard Hakluit. Lon- 
don, 1509. 

226 A journal of a voyage to the South Seas and round the 
globe, in his majefty's ltiip Centurion, under the com- 
mand of commodore George Anion. By Pafcoe Tho- 
mas, teacher of the mathematics on board the Centurion. 
London, 1745. 

249 Hennepin's new difcovery of a vail: country in America, 
extending above four thoufand miles, between New 
France and New Mexico; with a defcription of the 
lakes, cataracts, rivers, plants, and animals; and an 
account of the manners, cuftoms, and languages of 
the feveral nations of indians. London, 1698. 

284 The hiftory of the buccaniers in America; containing the 
adventures of Lolonois, R.oche Braliliano, Bat the Por« 
tuguefe, Sir Henry Morgan, &c. and an account of 
their voyages, &c. with plates. Third edition. Lon- 
don, 1704. 

286"! A voyage to South America; defcribing the Spanifh cities, 
& > towns, provinces, &c. on that extenfive continent; with 
4183 reflections on the religion, civil policy, genius, cuftoms, 
manners, &c. of the inhabitants. Undertaken by the 
command cf the king of Spain, by Don George Juan 
and Don Antonio de Ulloa. Tranflated from the Spa- 
nifh. With plates. 2 vols. London, 1760. 

338 



94 Voyages and Travels, Oclavo. 

338 The travels and adventures of Edward Brown, Eiquire; 
containing his obfervations on France and Italy; his 
voyage to the Levant; his account of the ifle of Malta; 
his remarks in his journey through Lower and Upper 
Egypt; with a brief defcription of the Abyffinian em- 
pire. London, 1739. 

413 The memoirs of Charles Lewis, baron de Pollnitz; being 
the obfervations he made in his travels from Pruffia 
through Germany, Italy, France, Flanders, Holland, 
England, &c. in letters to his friends. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1737. 

45 7 The hiflory of the travels and adventures of the chevalier 
John Taylor. Written by himfelf. 3 vols. London, 
1761. 

486! Anfon's voyage round the world, in the years 1740, 
& > 1 741, 1742 and 1743; compiled from his papers, by 
766 J Richard Walter. Tenth edition. 1762. And lixth edi- 
tion. London, 1749. 

517 The travels of the Jefuits into various parts of the world; 
compiled from their letters; giving an account of the 
manners, government, religion, &c. of the feveral na- 
tions vifited by thofe fathers; with extracts from other 
travellers, and mifcellaneous notes. By Mr. Lockman. 
2 vols. London, 1743. 

531 1 The prefent ftate of the cape of Good Hope; or a parti- 
& > cular account of the feveral nations of Hottentots; 

532 J their religion, laws, cuftoms, &c. with a fhort account 
of the Dutch fettlement at the cape. Written in High 
German, by Peter Kolben, and tranflated into Engliih, 
by Mr. Medley. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 
1738. 

543 Commodore Byron's voyage round the world, in the fhip 
Dolphin; containing an account of the feveral places, 
people, plants, animals, &c. feen in the voyage ; with 
a defcription of the ftraights of Magellan, and the feven 
iflands lately difcovered in the South Seas. By an of- 
ficer on board the faid fhip. London, 1767. 

55% Travels through France and Italy; with a particular de- 
fcription of the town of Nice. By T. Smollet. 2 vols. 
London, 1766. 

* 56$ — 1 Chriftian Frederick Poll's fecond journal, on a menage 
from the governor of Pennfylvania, to the indians 
on the Ohio. London, 1759. 

576 



Voyages and Travels. O&avo. 95 

576 Travels in Egypt and Nubia, by Frederick Lewis Norden. 
Tranflated from the Daniih, with obfervations from an- 
cient and modern authors, by Dr. Peter Templeman. 

2 vols. London, 1757. 

617 Adanfon's voyage to Senegal, the ifle of Goree, and the 
river Gambia. Tranilated from the French, with notes, 
by an Engiifh gentleman who refided in that country. 
London, 1759. 

664 Ellis's voyage to Hudfon's Bay, in the years 1746 and 
1747, for difcovering a north- welt pafTage; with a fur- 
vey of the coaft; a fliort natural hiftory of the country; 
a view of the facts and arguments which render fuch a 
paiTage probable; and an account of the attempts hi- 
therto made for finding a pafTage. With plates and a 
chart of the countries adjacent. London, 1748. 

677 The naval chronicle; or voyages, travels, expeditions, and 
remarkable exploits of the moil: celebrated Engiifh na- 
vigators, travellers, and fea commanders, from the ear- 
lieit accounts to the end of the year 1759; with the 
lives of the moft eminent Britiih admirals and feamen. 

3 vols. London, 1760. 

-f- 696 See page 47, (Civil Hiftory.) 

747 Travels through part of Europe, Afia Minor, the iflands 
of the Archipelago; Syria, Paleftine, Egypt, Mount 
Sinai, &c. by I. iEgidius Van Egmont and John Hey- 
man. Tranilated from the Low Dutch. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1759. 

751 The voyages, dangerous adventures and imminent efcapes 
of captain Richard Falconer; containing an account of 
the laws, cufloms and manners of the indians in Ame- 
rica; with the voyages and adventures of Thomas Ran- 
dal. London, 1720. 

760 Charlevoix's journal of a voyage to North America, un- 
dertaken by command of the French king. Tranflated 
from the French. 2 vols. London, 1 761. 

763 Gage's travels through the main land of South America. 
(Prefixed to the New American magazine for 1758, 
1759 and part of 1760. 2 vols.) Woodbridge, New 
Jerfey. Gift of jfcfiab Hezues. 

f 784 See page Si, (Natural Hiftory.) 

796 



9 6 Voyages and Travels, Oclavo. 

796" Hacke's collection of voyages; containing Cowley's 
voyage round the globe; Sharp's journey to the ifthmus 
of Darien, and expedition to the South Seas; Wood's 
voyage through the ftraights of Magellan; and Robert's 
adventures among the corfairs of the Levant. London, 
1699. 

797 A voyage round the world, began in the year 17 19, by 
William Betah. London, 1728. 

* 799 — 4. A voyage to Shetland, the. Orkneys, and the Weftern 
Ifles of Scotland. London, 1 75 1. 

860 A journey from Aleppo to Damafcus ; with a defcription 

of thofe two cities, and the neighbouring parts of Sy- 
ria; alfo an account of the Maronites, and the adven- 
tures of Moitapha. London, 1736. 

861 A journey through Italy, Greece, Egypt, and Paleftine; 

alfo, through Swiflerland, Alfatia and the Netherlands; 
in the years 1721, 1722 and 1723. Written by a 
French officer. Second edition. London, 1739. 

865 A new voyage to Guinea; defcribing the cuftoms, man- 
ners, foil, climate, &c. and whatever elfe is memorable 
among the inhabitants, by William Smith. Second 
edition. London, 1745. 

907 A voyage to Abiffinia, by father Jerome Lobo, a Portu- 
guefe Jefuit; with a continuation of the hiftory of Abif- 
finia to the beginning of the eighteenth century, by Mr. 
Le Grand. London, 1735. 

919 A cruizing voyage round the world; firft to the South 
Seas, thence to the Eaft Indies, and homewards by the 
cape of Good Hope, in the years 1708 and 1709. By 
captain Woodes Rogers. London, 1728. 

931 The hiftory of trauayle in the Weft and Eaft Indies, and 
other countreys lying eyther way, towardes the rVloluc- 
caes; as Mofcouia, Perfia, Arabia, Syria, iEgypte, 
Ethiopia, Guinea, China in Cathayo, and Giapan; 
with a difcourfe of the north-weft patfage. Gathered 
in parte and done into Englyflie by Richarde Eden> 
and finilhed by Richarde VVilles. London, 1577. 

934 A voyage to the South Seas in the year 1 740-1; contain- 
ing a narrative of the lofs of the fhip Wager, on a de- 
folate ifland, <Scc. by John Bulkeley and John Cummins* 
Second edition. Philadelphia, 1757. Gift of Mofes 
Forjler. 

94-6 



Voyages and Travels. O&avo. 97 

946 A voyage to Mount- Libanus ; containing an account of 
the cuitoms, manners, &c. of the Turks; and a de- 
fcription of Candia, Nicofia, Tripoli, Alexandretta, 
&c. with remarks upon feveral paffages relating to the 
Turks and Maronites. Written in Italian, by Jerome 
Dandini, London, 1698. 

966 Ancient accounts of India and China, by two Mohamme- 
dan travellers in the ninth century. Tranflated from 
the Arabic, with notes, by Eufebius Renaudot. Lon- 
don, 1733. 

1002 Obfervations on Italy and its inhabitants. Tranflated in- 
to EngliPn, by Thomas Nugent. 2 vols. London, 
1769. 

n I Kalm's travels into North America; with plates. 3 vols, 

1 496 J Warrin S ton ' I 77°- 

£ 1025 See page 82, (Natural Hiftory.) 

1038 Commodore Byron's narrative of an expedition round 
the world; containing an account of the diftrefTes fuf- 
fered by himfelf and his companions on the coafl of 
Patagonia; from the year 174c, till their arrival in En- 
gland in the year 1 746. London. 

1041 Baretti's journey from London to Genoa, through En- 
gland, Portugal, Spain and France. Third edition. 4 
vols. London, 1770. 

1067 Dickinfon's account of the remarkable deliverance of 
Robert Barrow, &c. when ihip-wrecked among the Ca- 
nibals of Florida. Fourth edition. Philadelphia, 1 75 1. 
Gift of Thomas Bradford. 

1074 Travels through Sicily, and that part of Italy formerly 

called Magna Graecia; and a tour through Egypt. 
Tranflated by J. R. Forfter. London, 1773. 

1075 Pennant's tour in Scotland; with plates. Second edition. 

London, 1772. 

1 09 1 Travels through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, 

Sweden, Lapland, Ruffia, the Ukraine and Poland; in, 
the years 1768, 1769, and 1770, by Jofeph Marshall. 
Second edition. 3 vols. London, 1772. 

1092 A journey from Aleppo to Jerufalem; at Eafter, A. D. 

1 69 7. By Henry Maundrell. Oxford, 1 749. 

1 1 04 

N 



9 8 Voyages and Travels. O&avo. 

1 104 An account of the new northern Archipelago, lately dis- 
covered by the Ruffians; with the adventures of four 
Ruffian failors, who were caft away on the defert ifland 
of Eaft-Spitzbergen, by John Von Straehlin. London, 
1774. 

f * 1 1 10 — 1 "J Jones's journal of two vifits made to fome nations 
& > of indians on the Ohio, in the years 1772 and 

f* 1524— 33 1773. Burlington, 1774. 

1 1 15 A tour through Sicily and Malta, in a feries of letters to 

William Beckford, Efquire, by P. Brydone. 2 vols. 
London, 1774- 

1 1 16 An account of a voyage round the world, in the years 

1768, 1769, 1770, and 1771; undertaken by order of 
his prefent majefly, by captain James Cook, in the (hip 
Endeavour; drawn up from his journal, and the papers 
of Jofeph Banks, Efquire, by John Hawkefworth. 
With plates. 2 vols. New York, 1774. Gift of Ro- 
bert Aithen. 

1 1 71 ~) Carver's travels through the interior parts of North 

1 1 72 ( America, for more than five thoufand miles, in the 
& f years 1766, 1767 and 1768; to which is prefixed 

* 1333 — ij an account of the author's life. With plates. 

Third edition. Dublin, 1779. London, 1781. 

Philadelphia, 1784. N°* 11 72 the gift of Doftor 

Thomas Parke. N°* 1333 the gift of Jofeph Cruk- 

fhank. 

1 1 88 Moore's view of fociety and manners in France, Switzer- 

land and Germany; with anecdotes relating to fome 
eminent characters. Fifth edition. 2 vols. London, 

1783. 

1 1 89 Moore's view of fociety and manners in Italy; with anec- 

dotes relating to fome eminent characters. Third edi- 
tion. 2 vols. London, 1783. 

1 1 90 Letters frOm Italy; defcribing the manners, cuitcms, an- 

tiquities, paintings, &c. of that country, in the years 
1770 and 1771. By an Englifh woman. Second edi- 
tion. 2 vols. London, 1777. 

1 191 Ferber's travels through Italy, in the years 1771 and 

1772; defcribing the natural hiftory, particularly the 
mountains and volcanos of that country. Tranflated 
from the German, with notes, and a preface on the 
prefent (late and future improvement of mineralogy, 
by R. E. Rafpe. London, 1776. 

1206 



Voyages and Travels. O&avo. 99 

1206 Wraxall's tour through fome of the northern parts of Eu- 
rope, particularly Copenhagen, Stockholm and Peterf- 
burgh. Third edition. London, 1776. 

1220 Travels in Europe, Afia, and Africa; defcribing charac- 
ters, cuftoms, manners, laws, and productions of nature 
and art. Begun in 1777, and finilhed in 178 1. 2 vols. 
London, 1782. 

I225 Coxe's fketches of the natural, civil and political ftate of 
Switzerland. Second edition. London, 1780. 

■j* 1242 A journal of the life, travels, and labours in the work of 
the miniftry, of John Griffith; with his brief remarks 
upon fundry important fubjects. Philadelphia, 1780. 

1249 A narrative of Cook's voyage to the Pacific ocean; in the 
years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780. Philadel- 
phia, 1783. 

1258 Carter's journey from Gibraltar to Malaga; with plates. 
2 vols. London, 1777. 

2261 Letters from an American farmer; defcribing certain pro- 
vincial fituations, manners, and cuftoms; and convey- 
ing fome idea of the late interior circumftances of the 
Britifh colonies in North America. By J. Hector St. 
John. London, 1783. 

f 1262 See page 57, (Civil Hiftory.) 

1270 Von TroiPs letters on Iceland; containing obfervations on 
the natural hiftory of the country, antiquities, manners 
and cuftoms of the inhabitants, &c. made during a 
voyage undertaken in the year 1772. With plates. 
Third edition. London, 1783. 

1274 Thicknene's year's journey through France and part of 
Spain; with plates. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 

1778. 

1287 Richardfon's anecdotes of the Ruffian empire. London, 

1784. 

12S8 Johnfon's journey to the Weftern Iflands of Scotland. 
London, 1784. 

I334 The fhipwreck and adventures of Pierre Viaud. Tranf- 
lated from the French, by Mrs. Griffith. London, 
1771. 

1377 Smyth's tour in the United States of America. 2 vols. 
London, 1784. 

I37S 



loo Voyages and Travels. O&avo. 

1378 Sulivan's tour through parts of England, Scotland and 
Wales, in the year 1778. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1785. 

X399 Letters from Portugal, Spain, Italy and Germany; in 
the years 1759, 1760 and 1761, by Chriftopher Her- 
vey. 3 vols. London, 1785. 

1 4 14 Bofwell's journal of a tour to the Hebrides, with Doctor 
Samuel Johnfon; and an authentic account of the dif- 
treffes and efcape of the grand-fon of king James the 
fecond, in the year 1746. London, 1785. 

1428 Thicknefle's journey through the Auftrian Netherlands ; 
with plates. Second edition. London, 1786. 

1445 Savary's letters on Egypt; with plates. 2 vols. London, 

178$. 

1446 Grofe's voyage to the Eaft Indies; with plates. London, 

1460 Chaftellux's travels in North America, in the years 1780, 
1 781 and 1782; with plates. Tranflated from the 
French, with notes by the tranflator. 2 vols. London. 

1466 — 1 A journal kept on a journey from BafTora to Bagdad; 
over the Little Defert to Aleppo, Cyprus, Rhodes, 
Zante, Corfu, and Otranto in Italy; in the years 
1779. Horiham, 1784. 

— 2 Douglafs's travelling anecdotes, through various parts 
of Europe; with plates. Second edition. London, 

I7S5. 
t 1507 Robfon's account of fix years refidence in Hudfon's Bay; 
with plates. London, 1752. 

151 2 — 1 Brainerd's journal among the indians; containing an 
account of the rife and progrefs of the work of 
grace amongft a number of the indians in New 
Jerfey and Pennfylvania; with fome general re- 
marks. Philadelphia, 1746. 

7524 — 4^ Beatty's journal of a two month's tour, with a 
& > view of promoting religion among the frontier 

T ' J 5^4 — 4 J inhabitants of Pennfylvania. London, 1768, 

l 5Z& Journal hiftorique du dernier voyage de M. De la Sale 
dans le Golfe de Mexique. Par M. Jontel. Paris, 1 7 1 3. 

1 60 1 Capper's obfervations on the paffage to India, through 
Egypt; alfo by Vienna, through Conftantinople to 
Aleppo, and from thence by Bagdad and acrofs the 
Great Defert to EaiToraj with plates. Third edition. 
London, 1785. 

1609 



Voyages and Travels, Octavo.. 101 

1609 Volney's travels through Syria and Egypt, in the years 

1783, 1784 and 1785; with plates. Tranflated from 
the French. 2 vols. London, 1787. 

1610 Riefbeck's travels through Germany. Tranflated from 

the German, by Mr. Maty. 3 vols. London, 1787. 

* 1628 — 5 Seward's journal of a voyage from Savanna to Phi- 
ladelphia, and from Philadelphia to England, in 
the year 1740, with George Whitefield. London, 
1 740. Gift of Zacbariah Poulfon, junr. 

1632 — 11 Le Poivre's travels of a Phil ofopher; containing ob- 
fervations on the manners and arts of various nati- 
ons in Africa and Afia. Tranflated from- the 
French. Philadelphia, 1778. Gift of Zacbariah 
Poulfon, junr. 

1638 Sketches of fociety and manners in Portugal; in a feries 
of letters from Arthur William Coftigan, to his brother 
in London. 2 vols. London, 1787. 

J678 L. Bernhardt Vareni defcriptio regni Iaponise et Siam. 
Cantabrigise, 1673. 



DUODECIMO. 

103 An univerfal hiftory of voyages and travels; collected 
from authors in all languages, z vols. London, 1 754. 

*f~ 176 See page 66, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

^ / A tour through the ifland of Great Britain, by a gentle- 
^ f man. Third edition. 4 vols. London, 1 742. 

226 Plaifted's journal from Calcutta in Bengal, by fea, to 
BufTerat; from thence acrofs the Great Defert to Alep- 
po; and from thence to Marfeiiles and through France 
to England, in the year 1750. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1758. 

245 A journal of a voyage to Liibon, by Henry Fielding. 
London, 1755. 

7.55 Pollnitz's memoirs; being the obfervations he made in his 
travels through Germany, Italy, France, England, &c. 
with the characters of the principal perfons at the feve- 
ral courts. Third edition. 5 vols. London, 1 745. 

286 



102 Voyages and Travels. Duodecimo. 

286 Bifhop Burnet's travels through France, Italy, Germany, 
and Switzerland; with an appendix, containing remarks 
on Switzerland and Italy, by a perfon of quality. 
London, 1750. 

317 D'Arvieux's travels in Arabia the Defert; with a general 
defcription of Arabia, by Sultan lfhmael Abulfeda. 
Translated into Englifh, with notes and plates. Second 
edition. London, 1732. 

334 Nugent' s grand tour; containing a description of mod of 
the cities, towns, and remarkable places of Europe. 
4 vols. London, 1 749. 

341 A compendium of the moft approved modern travels; 
containing a diitinft account of the religion, govern- 
ment, commerce, &c. of feveral nations. 4 vols. 
London, 1757. 

350 A relation of the minions of Paraguay, wrote in Italian, 
by Mr. Muratori, and now tranflated into Englifh from 
the French tranflation. London, 1 759. 

386 A lady's travels into Spain; defcribing the devotions, nun- 
neries, humour, cuftoms, &c. of that people; with mo- 
dern adventures. Tenth edition. 2 vols. London, 

1735- 

397 Wefley's journal, from his embarking for Georgia, to his 
return to London. Briftol. 

439") Letters written by lady Mary Wortley Montague, dur- 

& > ing her travels in Europe, Afia, and Africa; contain- 

459 3 ing, among other curious relations, accounts of the 

policy and manners of the Turks. 3 vols. London, 

1768. 

j- 449 An abridgement of David Brainerd's journal among the 
indians; or the rife and progrefs of a remarkable work 
of grace among a number of indians in New Jerfey and 
Pennfylvania. London, 1748. 

462 A voyage to Peru ; performed by the Conde of St. Malo, 
in the years 1745, 1746, 1747, 1748, and 1749; ^th 
an appendix, containing the prefent (late of the Spanifh 
affairs in America. London, 1753. 

513 A two years journal in New York, and part of its territo- 
ries in America. London, 1701. 

551 The voyages and cruifes of commodore Walker, during 
the late Spanifh and French wars. 2 vols. London, 
1760. 

589 



Voyages and Travels. Duodecimo. 103 

589 An extract from the obfervations made in a tour to Italy, 
by the chevalier de la Condamine. Tranflated from 
the French into Englifh. London, 1768. 

595 The beauties of nature and art difplayed, in a tour 
through the world; with plates. 13 vols. London, 
1763. 

626 Letters from Italy, in the years 1754 and 1755, by the 
earl of Cork and Orrery. London, 1773. 

63 1 A journal of a tour to Italy, by Mr. De la Condamine. 
London, 1773. 

634 The travels of a philofopher ; or obfervations on the man- 
ners and arts of various nations in Africa and Afia. 
Tranflated from the French of M. de Poivre. London, 
1769. 

644 Nouveau voyage de France. Par M. Piganiol de la Force. 
II. toms. A Paris, 1755. 

689 Sherlock's letters. Tranflated from the French, with 
notes. 2 vols. London, 1780. 

716 — 1 Premies' narrative of a fliip- wreck on the ifland of 
Cape Breton; in a voyage from Quebec in 1780. 
Second edition. London, 1783. 

721 Bourrit's relation of a journey to the Glaciers in the 
dutchy of Savoy; with plates. Tranflated from the 
French, by Charles and Frederick Davy. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1776. 

727 Stanhope's memoirs of Afiaticus. London, 1784. 

797 — 5 The American traveller; containing obfervations on 
the prefent ftate, culture and commerce of the Bri- 
tifh colonies in America. 1770. 

798 — 3 A narrative of the capture and treatment of John 
Dodge by the Englifh at Detroit. Written by him- 
felf. Philadelphia, 1779. 

— 4 A narrative of the lofs of the Doddington Indiaman. 
New York, 1762. 

827 Nouveau voyage daus un pais plus grand que FEurope, 
par le R. P. L. Hennepin. Utrecht, 1698. 

829 Joflelyn's account of two voyages to New England. Lon- 
don, 1674. 

862 Langle's fentimental journey through Spain. Tranflated 
from the French. 2 vols. London, 1786. 

VI. Geography 



104 Geography and Topography. Folio. 



VI. Geography and Topography. 



FOLIO. 

2 "D OWEN's complete atlas; or diftind view of the 
J3 known world, exhibited in maps. London, 1752. 

14 A defcription of the regions of Egypt, Barbary, Libia, 

and Billedulgerid; the land of negroes — Guinea, 
^Ethiopia and the Abyffines; with the adjacent iflands 
either in the Mediterranean, Atlantic, Southern, or 
Oriental fea. Collected and tranflated from authentic 
authors, w r ith notes and plates, by John Ogilby. Lon- 
don, 1670. 

15 A defcription of America; containing the original of the 

inhabitants; the remarkable voyages thither; the con- 
queft of the empires of Mexico and Peru; with an ap- 
pendix, containing a furvey of the difcoveries of the 
fouth land and the Arctic region. Collected and tranf- 
lated from various authors, with plates, by John Ogilby. 
London, 1671. 



■** . /Seepage 10, (Civil Hi/lory.) 



f And" page 86, (Voyages and Travels.) 

J 17 See page 10, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

And page 86, (Voyages and Travels.) 

J 18 Seepage 10, (Civil Hijlory.) 

And page 86, (Voyages and Travels.) 

\ 19 See page' 10, (Civil Hiflory.) 

And page 86, (Voyages and Travels.) 

-{* 22 See page 10, (Civil Hijlory.) 

31 A complete fyftem of geography; being a defcription of 
all the countries, iflands, cities, harbours, &c. of the 
known world; including the moft material revolutions 
that have happened in every ftate; and an account of 
the government, religion, manners, &c. of the feveral 
nations; with maps. By Emanuel Bowen. 2 vols. 
London, 1747. 

5° 



Geography and Topography, Folio. 105 

50 A chorographical defcription of Great Britain, Ireland, 
and the adjacent ifland; with maps and cuts. Written 
in Latin, by William Camden; and tranilated into 
Englifh, with additions, by Edmund Gibfon. 2 vols. 
London. 

f 51 See page 11, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

f 103 See page 12, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

125 A collection of maps, by John Senex. London. 

126 The world defcribed; or a new fet of maps; fhewing the 

kingdoms and ftates in all the known parts of the earth, 
by Herman Moll. London. 

127 Maps of Egypt, by Richard Pococke. London, 1743. 

128 A new atlas; containing a geographical and hiftorical ac- 

count of all the empires, kingdoms, and other dominions 
of the world; with the natural hiftory and trade of each 
country. Taken from the bed authors. London, 172 1. 

132 Maps belonging to Poftlethwaite's dictionary. London. 

137 A map of London, Weftminfter and South wark; with 

the contiguous buildings; from a furvey taken by John 
Rocque, and engraved by John Pine. London, 1 746. 

138 Maps, plans of cities, battles, &c. belonging to Tindall's 

continuation of Rapin's hiftory of England. London. 

140 Maps and charts belonging to the modern part of the uni- 
verfal hiftory. London, 1766. 

I42 Profpecls of the moft noted buildings, in and about the 
city of London; with a fnort hiftorical account relating 
to the fame. London, 1724. 

f 149 Seepage 14, (Civil Hiftory.) 

247 A new furvey of the Weft Indies; containing a journal of 
three thoufand three hundred miles, within the main 
land of America, by Thomas Gage. London, 1 648. 

£ 275 See page 17, (Civil Hiftory,) 

And page S7, (Voyages and 'Travels,) 

283 Martin's new principles of geography and navigation; 
containing the theory of the true figure of the earth, 
and new aftronomical principles of navigation. Lon- 
don, 1758. 

285 Brice's univerfal geographical dictionary; or grand gazet- 
teer; defcribing efpecially the Britifn dominions and 
fettlements throughout the world; with maps. 2 vols. 
London, 1759. 

O 32S 



io6 Geography and Topography, Folio. 

328 Bowie's new general atlas. London. 

333 ~) The North American pilot, for Newfoundland, Labra-* 

& i- dour, and the gulf and river St. Lawrence. By 

376 J James Cook, Michael Lane, joieph Gilbert, and 

others; with plates. 2 vols. London, 1784. N°* 333 

has alfo a volume of directions in quarto. 

336 Atlas fcholafticus. London. Gift of Robert S. Jones. 

347 The maps and plates of Cook's laft voyage. London. 

378 Dunn's atlas of the mundane fyftem; or of geography 
and cofmography; defcribing the heavens and earth, 
the diltances, motions and magnitudes of the celeftial 
bodies, &c. with plates. London, 1778. 

409 Defcription des Indes occidentals. Par Antoine de Her- 

rera. Tranflatee d'Efpagnol en Fran$ois. Amfterdam, 
1622. 

410 Novus orbis feu defcriptiones Indiae occidentalis. Authore 

Joanne de Lant. Lugduni, A. D. 1633. 

422 Sandby's fekct views in England, Wales, Scotland, and 
Ireland; with plates. 2 vols. London, 1783. 

467 L. Strabonis rerum geographicarum libri XVI. cum no- 
tis Cafauboni et aliorum. Grasce et Latine. Am- 
ftelodami, 1707, 

-j- 468 L. See page 19, (Civil Hjflory.) 

512 Maps belonging to Guthrie's fyftem of geopraphy. (N°* 
437, quarto.) London, 1786. 



QJJ A R T O. 

34 Bufching's new fyftem of geography; containing a gene- 
ral account of the lituation and limits, hiftory and con- 
ftitution of the feveral kingdoms and ftates in the 
known world; wiih their produce, manufactures and 
commerce. 6 vols. London, 1762. 

J 39 See page 21, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

• And page 76, (Natural Hiflory.) 

*" 104 — 4 Jeffreys' map of Nova Scotia and Caps Breton, and 
the adjacent parts of New England and Canada; 
with an explanation thereof. London, 1755. 

. '. —5") Explication de.la carte des nouvelles defcouvertes au 
'. " & i ". nord de la mer du Sud. Par M. de. Leile, A Pa- 

* 463 — 11 J ris, 1752. 

' ' ' f-— 6 See page 22, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

tf>5 



Geography and- Topography. Quarto. 107 

105 A defcription of the Spanifh iflands and fettlements on the 
coaft of the Weft Indies; compiled from authentic me- 
moirs; with maps, by Thomas Jeffreys. London, 1762. 

113 An account of the countries adjoining to Hudfon's Bay; 
containing a defcription of their lakes and rivers, the 
nature of the foil and climate, and their methods of 
commerce; with abftracls of letters, journals, &c. in- 
tended to fhow the great probability of a north-weft 
paflage. By Arthur Dobbs. London, 1 744. 

157 Pa-rrallela geographic veteris et novis, auclore Philippo 
Brietio. Parifiis, 164.8. 

382 Atlas geographus; or a complete fyftem of geography, 
ancient ami modern; containing the difcoveries and 
improvements of the beft modern authors; with maps 
and cuts. Done by Herman Moll. 5 vols. London, 
1711. 

•f 210 See page 24, (Civil Hiftory.) 

f 235 Seepage 76, (Natural Hijlory.) 

* f 258 — 2 See page 25, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

437 Guthrie's new fyftem of modern geography; or a geogra- 
phical, hiftorical, and commercial grammar. The 
aftronomical part by James Fergufon. Third edition. 
London, 1786. With a volume of maps — N 0, 512, 
Folio. 

* 4.69 — 1 An explanation for the map of Nova Scotia, &c. by 
Thomas Jeffreys. London, 1755. 

— 2 Blodget's profpe&ive plan of the battle near lake 
George, September, 1755; with an explanation. 
Bofton, 1755. 

v — 3 Evans's analyfis of his general map of the middle co- 
lonies. Second edition. Philadelphia, 1755. 

— 5 Remarks and obfervations for failing from France to 
Quebec. Bofton, 1759. 

— 6 Directions for navigating the gulf and river St. Law- 
rence, by Thomas Jeffreys. London, 1760. 

470 Atlas geographus; or a complete fyftem of geography 
for America; with plates. Vol. 5. Savoy, 171 7. 

498 Cordineer's views in Scotland. London. 

515 L. Philippi Cluverii introduclio in univerfam geographi- 
am cum notis Johannis Bunone et.aliorum, cum 
tabulis. Amftelaedami, 1697. 

OCTAVO, 



io3 Geography and Topography. Oclavo- 



OCTAVO. 

f J 05 Seepage 33, (Civil Hiftory.) 

153 An hiftorical geography of the Old Teftament; being a 
geographical account of the feveral places, countries 
and people mentioned therein; with maps and a chro- 
nological table. By Edward Wells. Second edition. 
4 vols. London, 1 72 1. 

190"! A defcription of Holland; or the prefent ftate of the 

& > United Provinces; containing a particular account of 

725 J the Hague, and all the principal cities and towns of 

the republic; with directions for making the tour of 

the provinces. London, 1743. 

* 227 — 1 Wood's New England profpect, difcovering the (late 

of that country, both as it ftands to our Engliih 
planters, and the native inhabitants. London, 1639. 

260 Nova Francia; or a defcription of that part of New France 
which is one continent with Virginia. Tranflated from 
the French into EugliuH. London, 1609. 

* 261 — 3 A defcription of Barmvdas, now called Sommer 

iflands; with the manner of their diicouerie, anno 
1609. London, 161 3. 

\ 276 A defcription of the coall of Guinea; containing a geo» 
graphical, political and natural hiftory of the kingdoms 
and countries; with an account of the rife, progrefs 
and prefent condition of all the European fettlemcnts 
upon that coaft. Written in Dutch, by William Bof- 
man, and now tranflated into Englifa. Second edition. 
London, 1721. 

315 A defcription of London and its environs; containing 
whatever is remarkable in the city, and twenty miles 
round it ; with plates. 6 vols. London, 1 761. 

& V See page 40, (Civil Hiftory.) 
t i5°°J 

386 Geography anatomized; or the geographical grammar, 
by Patrick Gordon. London, 1730. 

4 10 



Geography and Topography. O&avo. 109 

419 The ancient and prefent ftate of Waterford; being a na- 
tural, civil, ecclefiaftical, hiftorical, and topographical 
deicription thereof; with fome hints relating to agricul- 
ture and other ufeful improvements; with maps and 
views. Publifhed with the approbation of the phifico- 
hiftorical fociety, by Charles Smith. Dublin, 1746. 

460 The hiftory of St. Kilda; containing a defcription of this 
ifland; the manners and cuftoms of the inhabitants; 
the religious and Pagan antiquities found there ; with 
many other curious particulars. By Kenneth Macauley. 
London, 1764. 

47 1 Letters from a gentleman in the north of Scotland, to his 
friend in London; containing a defcription of a capital 
town in that country; with an account of fome uncom- 
mon cuftoms of the inhabitants, and a defcription of 
the highlands. 2 vols. London, 1754. 

502 The figure of the earth, determined from obfervations 
made at the polar circle. Tranflated from the French 
of M. de Maupertuis. London, 1738. 

511 A complete fyftem of geography, written in Latin by 
Bernard Varenius; containing alfo the foundations of 
the art of navigation, meafuring diftances, dialling, 
and the ways of rinding the longitude at fea. Improv- 
ed by Sir Ifaac Newton and Dr. Jurin. Tranflated into 
Englifh, with notes and improvements, by Mr. Dug- 
dale, and revifed and corrected by Peter Shaw. Third 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1736. 

f 680 See page 46, (Civil Hiflory.) 

f 754 See page 48, (Civil Hiflory.) 

783 Martin's defcription of the weftern iflands of Scotland; 
containing an account of their fituation, government, 
religion, cuftoms, inhabitants, &c. Second edition. 
London, 17 16. 

* 798 — 1 Attiret's account of the emperor of China's gardens 

near Pekin. Tranflated from the French, by Sir 
Harry Beaumont. London, 1752. 

* 799 — 1 A geographical hiftory of Nova Scotia. London, 

1749. 

f — 2 See page 49, (Civil Hiflory.) 

S62 A defcription of Greenland, by Hans Egede. Tranflat- 
ed from the Danifh. London, 1 745. 

t 874 See page 51, (Civil Hiflory.) 

939 



no Geography and Topography. O&avo. 

939 An hiftorical defcription of the kingdom of Macafar, in 
the Eaft Indies; giving a particular account of the 
country, the manners, cuftoms, &c. of the inhabitants. 
London, 1701. 

* 1 01 9 — I A defcription of the province of New Albion in North 

America. 1648. 

— 2 Smith's defcription of New England in the year 1614. 
London, 161 6. 

1 112 The atlantic pilot. London, 1772. 

t ir 39l 

& > See page 82, (Natural Hljlory,) 

t *55>J 

* 1280 — 2 "J Hutchins' topographical defcription of Virginia, 

& > Pennfylvania, Maryland, North Carolina, &c. 

1 575 — 8 j with maps. London, 1778. 



* 



Hutchins' hiftorical narrative and topographical des- 
cription of Louifiana and Weft Florida. Philadel- 
phia, 1748. N 0, 1333 the gift of Jofeph Crulijkank. 



* 1 32 1 — 5^ 

* !333 — 2 

* 1469 — 2 

& 

* 1575— 9 J 

* 1452 — 3 An account of the prefent ftate of Nova Scotia. 

Edinburgh, 1786. 

f 1507 See page 100, (Voyages and Travels.) 

* 1572 — 18 An account of diftances from the city of Philadelphia, 

of all the places of note in Pennfylvania. Philadel- 
phia. 

* 1575 — 7 Directions for the gulph and river St. Lawrence; with 

remarks. Philadelphia, 1771. 

•J* * 1584 — 1 An account of that part of Africa inhabited by the 

negroes. By Anthony Benezet. Philadelphia, 
1762. 



DUO- 



Geography and Topography* Duodecimo. 1 1 i 



DUODECIMO. 

Q7 The foreigner's guide; or a neceffary companion in a totir 
through the cities of London and Weftminfter. In 
French and Englilh. Third edition. London, 1752. 

106 The American gazetteer; containing a diftinct. account of 
all parts of the new world; their (ituation, climate, foil, 
produce, manufa<fhires, and commerce; with maps. 3 
vols. London, 1762. 

109 The hrftory of Louifiana; or the weftern parts of Virgi- 
nia and Carolina; containing a defcription of the coun- 
tries that lie on both fides of the Miffiffippi; with an 
account of the fettlements, inhabitants, foil, climate 
and products. Tranilated from the French of M. Lc 
Page du Pratz. 2 vols. London, 1763. 

465 Introductionale geographic par le Sieur Saurin. Utrecht, 
1 692. Gift of John Smith. 

t59*n 

t 599 I 

f 6co J> See page 69, (Civil Hijlory.) 

& l 

f 601 J 

* 602 — 3 A fhort account of that part of Africa inhabited by 

negroes. Philadelphia, 1762. 

629 The youth's geographical grammar, by Stephen Adding- 
ton. London, 1770. 

643 Defcription hiftorique et critique de l'ltalie, par M. l'abbe 
Richard. VI. toms. Digon, 1766. 

645 Voyage pittorefque des environs de Parrs. A Paris, 1762. 

646 Voyage pittorefque de Paris. Fourth edition. A Paris, 

1765. 

<f- * 714 — 3 "j Geography epitomized; or a defcription of the ter- 
& > raqueous globe ; attempted in verfe. By Robert 

f * 792 — 1 J Davidfon. Philadelphia, 1784. 

736 Blair's hifiory of geography. London, 1784. 

f 743 See page 70, (Civil Hijlory.) 

* 801 — 3 A defcription of the city-houfe of Amfterdam; with 

plates. Amfterdam, 1764. 

+ 816 See page 71, (Civil Hijlory.) 

838 



1 1 2 Geography and Topography. Duodecimo. 

838 Les delices de la Hollande. Amfterdam, 1685. 

93 c L. Perfia feu regni Perfici ftatus variaque itinera in atque 
per Perfiam cum aliquot iconibus incolarum. Lug- 
duni Batavorum, 164.7. 

037 L. De Imperio Magni Mogolis five India vera, commen- 
tarius. Lugduni Batavorum, 1631. 

939 L, Gallia, five de Francorum regis dominiis et opibus 
mentarius. Lugduni Batavorum, 1629. 

941 L. Refpublica five ftatus Regni Poloniae, Lithuania, Pruf- 

fiae, Livonia, etc. Lugduni Batavorum, 1642. 

942 L. Ruffia feu Mofcovia itemque Tartaria, commentario 

topographico atque politico illuiiratas. Lugduni 
Batavorum, 1630. 

953 L. Olai Magni Gentium Septentrionalium hiftorise brevia- 
rum. Amftelodami, 1669. 

967 L. Belgii confederal refpublica feu chorographica politi- 
Caque defcriptio. Lugduni Batavorum, 1630. 

980 L. Refpublica five ftatus Regni Scotias et Hibernian 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1627. 



I. Theology. 



Theology. Folio. J i 3 



I. Theology, 



FOLIO. 

45 1 nr ^ -^ wor ^ s °f Richard Hooker; containing eight 

& > JL books of the laws of ecclefiaftical polity; with 

358 J feveral other treatifes. To which is prefixed the 

life of the author by Ifaac Walton. London, 

1723. N°* 358 the gift of Doff or William Sharp, 

X 46 Seldeni opera omnia. III. torn. Londini, 1725. 

93 The teftimony of truth exalted, by the collected labours 
of Samuel Fifher. London, 1679. 

95 Sir Matthew Hale's primitive origination of mankind ; con- 
fidered and examined according to the light of nature. 
London, 1677. 

in A journal of the life of Thomas Story; with his travels 
and labours in the fervice of the gofpel. Newcaftle, 
upon Tyne, 1747. 

121 The works of William Chillingworth. London, 1 742. 

1 43 Melchiori Adami Vits theologorum editio tertia. 

148 The theological works of Henry More. To which are 
adjoined fome divine hymns. London, 1 708. 

152 The works of Doctor John Tillotfon; containing fermons 
and difcourfes on feveral occafions; with the rule of 
faith, Sec. Tenth edition. 3 vols. London, 1735. 

154 "J The works of Ifaac Barrow. Publimed by archbi- 
& > {hop Tillotfon. Fifth edition. 3 vols, in two. 

506 Z.J London, 1741. London, 1683. 

167 Whitby's paraph rafe and commentary on the New Tefla- 
ment. 2 vols. London, 1744. 

+ 183 Seepage 15, (Civil Bifiory.J 

198 A collection of the works of William Penn. To which 
is prefixed, a journal of his life; with many original 
letters and papers. 2 vols. London, 1726. 

P 200 



H4 Theology. Folio. 

200 Saunderfon's fcrmons; with the life of the author, by 
Ifaac Walton. London, 1689. 

209 A journal of the life, travels and labours in the work of 
the minircry of George Fox. Third edition. London, 
1765. Gift of the yearly meeting of Friends in London. 

250 The gofpel truth demonftrated, in a collection of doctrinal 

books, held among the people called Quakers. Lon- 
don, 1 706. Gift of 'Thomas Carpenter. 

251 The works of Edward Borroughs. London, 1672. 

252 The works of Thomas Becon. London, 1563. Gift of 

William Hudfon. 

253 The defence of the anfwere to the admonition, againft the 

replie of T. C. By John Whitgift. London, 1574. 

355 Georgii Bulli opera omnia. Londini, 1703. Gift of 
Granville Sharp. 

357 Juftini Martyri apologise et dialogus cum notis. Londini, 
1722. 

359 Critici facri, five doctiflimorum virorum in S. S. Biblia an- 
notations et tractatus. Londini, 1560. Gift of Dr. 
William Sharp. 

361 Tertulliani opera. Studio et labore R. L. De la Barre. 

Parifiis, 1580. Gift of Granville Sharp. 

362 Clementis Alexandrini opera Grace et Latiae quss extant. 

Lutetian, A. D. 1629. 

440 L. Difputationes Roberti Bellarmini. Lutetis Parifio- 
rum, 1620. 4 

499 L. Opera Thomss a Campis. Parifiis, 1549. 



qjj A R T O. 

4 Barclay's apology. Eighth edition. Birmingham, 1765. 

■J- 7 The works of John Locke. Seventh edition. 4 vols* 
London, 1768. 

f 18 The mifcellaneous tracts of Conyers Middleton. London, 
1752. 

23 Theological lectures at Weftminfter- abbey; with an inter- 
pretation of the four gofpels, and felect difcourfes upon 
the principal points of revealed religion. By John 
Heylen. 2 vols. London, 1749. 

67 



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127J 



Theology. Quarto. 11s 

67 A collection of ancient Jewifh and Heathen teftimonies to 
the truth of the Chriftian religion; with notes and ob- 
fervations, by Nathaniel Lardner. 4 vols. London, 
1764. 

74 The great myftery of^ godlineffe opened ; being an expofi- 
tion of the ninth chapter of the epiftle of St. Paul to 
the Romans, by Edward Elton. London, 1653. Gift 
of Evan Morgan. 

121 The intellectual fyftem of the univerfe, by Ralph Cud- 
worth ; wherein the reafon and philofophy of Atheifm 
is confuted ; with a difcourfe on the Lord's fupper and 
two fermons. To which is added, an account of the 
life and writings of the author, by Thomas Birch. Se- 
cond edition. 2 vols. London, 1 743. 

126") The "Koran, commonly called the Alcoran of Moham- 
med. Tranflated from the original Arabic. With 
explanatory notes from the mo ft approved commenta- 
tors, and a preliminary difcourfe, containing a fhort 
hiftory of the Arabs, their religion, learning and cuf- 
toms, before Mohammed; the Rate of Chriftianity in 
the eaftern churches, at the time of his appearance ; 
the methods he ufed for the eftablifnment of his reli- 
gion; and an account of the feveral fedls of Moham- 
medans. By George Sale. London, 1734. 

153 The religion of nature, delineated. By William Woolaf- 
ton. London, 1726. 

f 158 Les provinciales on les lettres ecrites par Louis de Mon- 
talte. A Cologne, 1657. 

166 The works of Ifaac Pennington. 2 vols. London, 1761. 
Gift of the yearly meeting of Friends in London. 

174 A free enquiry into the miraculous powers, which are 
fuppofed to have fubfifted in the Chriftian church, from 
the earlieft ages; by which it is fhown, that no fuch 
powers were continued to the church after the days of 
the apoftles. By Conyers Middleton. Third edition. 
London, 1749. 

197 Gofpel treafures, difcovered in feveral fermons, preached 
at Kenfmgton and elfewhere, by John Everard. Ger- 
mantown, 1757. Gift of Anthony Morris. 

2CO The teftimony of William Dewfbury; in his books, epif- 
tles and writings. London, 1688. 

202 Truth exalted, in the writings of John Burnyeat. London, 
1691. 

203 



1 1 6 Theology. Quarto. 

203 The philofophical principals of natural and revealed jeli- 

gion; unfolded in a geometrical order, by the chevalier 
Ramfay. 2 vols. Glafgow, 1748. 

204 Wilfon's Chriftian dictionary; explaining the principal 

words in the Old and New Teftament. London, 161 6 

205 A treatife upon the fupremacy and infallibility pretended 

to by the church of Rome, by Peter Whitfield. Liver- 
pool, 1749. 

218 The prayers for Shabbath, Rofh-Hafhanah and Kippur, 

according to the order of the Spaniih and Portuguefe 
Jews. Tranflated by Ifaac Pinto. New York, 5526. 
Gift of John Murgatroyd. 

219 The harmony of the four gofpels; with a paraphrafe and 

notes, by James Macknight. 2 vols. London, 1756. 

226 A treatife on the advantage and neceflity of the Chriftian 
revelation, fhown from the ftate of religion in the anci- 
ent Heathen world, &c. by John Leland. 2 vols. 
London, 1764. 

230 Introductory lectures to the facred books of the New Tef- 
tament, by John David Michaelis. London, 1761. 

-J- 270 De facra poefi Hebrasorum prelectiones academical. A Ro- 
berto Lowth. Oxonii, 1753. 

295 Notes upon the New Teftament, by John Wefley. Eriftol, 
1768. Gift of the author. 

\ 306 Hiftoire critique du vieux Teftament par Le R. P. Richard 
Simon. A Amfterdam, 1685. 

330 The works of bifhop Newton; with fome account of his 
life, and anecdotes of feveral of his friends. Written 
by himfelf. 3 vols. London, 1782. 

332 A commentary on the four evangelifts and the acts of the 
apoftles, &c. with notes and other theological pieces, by 
bifhop Pierce. 2 vols. London, 1777. 

349 A new tranflation of Ifaiah; with a preliminary diiTerta- 
tion and notes, by bifhop Lowth. Second edition. 
London, 1779. 

352 Prieftley's harmony of the evangelifts, in Greek, with cri- 

tical differtations in Englifh. London, 1777. 

353 Bowyer's critical conjectures and obfervations on the New 

Teftament. Third edition. London, 1782. 

364 Obfervations on our Lord's conduct as a divine inftructor, 
and on the excellence of his moral character? by bifhop 
Newcome. London, 1782. 

A.22 



Theology. Quarto. 1 1 7 

422 An attempt towards an improved verfion, &c. of the 
twelve minor prophets. By William Newcome. Lon- 
don, 1785. 

428 Swedenborg's true Chriitian religion; containing the uni- 

verfal theology of the new church. Tranflated from 
the Latin. 2 vols. London, 1781. 

429 Swedenborg's treatife concerning heaven and hell; con- 

taining a relation of many wonderful things therein, as 
heard and feen by the author. Tranflated from the 
Latin. London, 1778. 

445 Obfervations upon the prophecies of Daniel and the apo- 
calypfe of St. Jchn, by Sir Ifaac Newton. London, 

1733- 

* 460 — 4 A difcourfe on the advantages of Sunday fchools ; a 
fermon, by the reverend John Eennent. London. 

# 466 — 1 Scott's fermon, preached before the corporation of 
London. London, 1673. 

— 2 The gofpel family order, by George Fox. 1701. 

—3 The two laft fermcns of Richard Peters. Philadel- 
phia, 1737. 

—4 Tennant's fermon on the victory of admiral Mat- 
thews, over the fleets of France and Spain. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1744. 

— 5 Whitefield's remarks upon a charge againft enthufi- 
afm. Boilon, 1745. 

—-6 Prince's thankfgiving fermon. Boflon, 1 746. 

—7 Harrington's century fermon. Boflon, 1753. 

— 8 Tennant's fermon before captain Vanderfpiegal's 
company. Philadelphia, 1756. 

— 9 Lidenius's fermon on the lawfulnefs of defenfive war. 
Philadelphia, 1756. 

— 10 Smith's fermon before the corporation for the relief 
of the widows and children of clergymen ; with an 
account of that corporation. 

— 1 1 Pemberton's fermon on the death of George White 
field. Bofton, 1770. 

—12 A morning prayer for the univerfity of Pennfylvania. 
Philadelphia, 1780. 

— 13 A prayer for the prince and princefs of Orange. 

- — 15 Nadere trouwhartige waarfchouwinge tagen de ver- 
leindiingeu der Herrnhuters. Nieuw York, 1763. 

* 47 i 



j 1 8 Theology. Quarto. 

♦ 471— 2 Sir Thomas Brown's religio medicij with annotations. 

London, 1673. 

472 No crofs, no crown, by William Penn. London, 1669. 

♦ 478 5 Whitfield's difcovery of the ftate of the indians in New 

England, concerning the progrefs of the goipel 
amongft them. London, j 65 1 . 

6 A manifeftation of the progrefs of the gofpel amongft 

the indians in New England. London, 1652. 

480 Stalham's reviler rebuked; or a reinforcement of the 
charge againft the Quakers. London, 1657. 

488 Horse Hebraicae et talmudicas impenfae I. In chorographi- 
am aliquam terras Ifraeliticae. II. In evangelium S. 
Matthaei. Cantabrigian, 1658. 

499 Macknight's literal tranflation, from the original, of 
Paul's firft and fecond epiftle to the TheiTalonians; with 
a commentary and notes. London, 1787. 

502 Paradififches wunder-fpiel, welches fich in diefen letzten 

zeiten und tagen in denen Abendlandifchen welt-theilen 
als ein vorfpiel der neuen welt hervorgethan. Ephratas, 
.1766. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

503 Ein angenehmer geruch der rofen und lilien die im thai 

der demuth unter den dornen hervor gewaehfen. A. D. 
1756. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

505 Therapeutica facra, feu, de curandis cafibus confcientiae 
circa regenerationem. Libri tres. Authore Davide Dic- 
fono. Edinburgi, 1656. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr* 

550 Z.. Gerardi Joannis Voffii de theologia Gentili et phyfiolo- 
gia Chriftiana five de origine ac progreffu idolola- 
triae, deque naturae mirandis quibus homo adducitur 
ad Deum. Amfterdami, 1642. 

560 L, E>e religion e Gentilium errorumque apud eos caufis. 
Authore Edoardo Barone Herbert de Cherbury. 
Amftehedami, 1663. 



OCTAVO. 



Theology* O&avo. 1 1 9 



OCTAVO. 

27*) Barclay's apology. Seventh edition. London, 1765. 
51 ( Dublin, 1737. London, 1736. N°* 27 the gift of the 
& C yearly meeting of Friends in London. N ' 51 the gift of 
206 J Thomas Richardfon. N°" 206 the gift of Peter Collinfon, 
of London. 

35 The confeilional ; or a free inquiry into the right and uti- 

lity of eftablifhing fyftematical confeffions of faith and 
doctrine in Proteftant churches; with an additional pre- 
face, in anfwer to Dr. Rutherforth's charge. Second 
edition. London, 1767. 

36 Theron and Afpafio; or a feries of dialogues and letters 

upon the moil important fubjects. By James Hervey. 
3 vols. London, 1750. 

* 47 — 1 1 Obfervations on the converfion and apoftlefhip of St. 
& > Paul. By Gilbert Weft. London, 1763. Lon- 
924 J don, 1748. 

56 Friendly epiflles to Deifts and Jews, in order to convert 
them to the Chriftian religion; and fcriptural remedies 
for healing the divifions of the church of England. By 
Edward Goldney. London, 1760. 

63 The divine legation of Mofes, by William Warburton. 
Fifth edition. 5 vols. London, 1766. 

66 A view of the principal Deiftical writers, that have ap- 
peared in England in the laft and prefent century, by 
John Leland. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 1764. 

80 Pafchal's thoughts on religion, and other curious fubjects. 
Tranflated from the French, by Bafil Kennet. Fourth 
edition. London, 1741. 

108 A defence of the church of England, againft the calum- 

nies and falfe reafonings of the church of Rome; in 
anfwer to a fophiftical book, entitled, " England's con- 
verfion and reformation compared." By Jofeph Trapp. 
London, 1727. 

109 Father Paul's treatife of ecclefiaftical benefices and reve- 

nues. Tranflated from the Italian, by Tobias Jenkins, 
with notes. With the life of father Paul, by Mr. Lock- 
man. Third edition. London, 1736. 

no 



i2o Theology, O&avo. 

no Prideaux on the true nature of impofture r fully difplayed 
in the life of Mahomet; with a difcourfe vindicating 
Chriilianity from this charge. Eighth edition. Lon- 
don, 1723. 

120 Sermons on feveral fubjects and occafions, by archbifnop 
Tillotfon. 12 vols. London, 1742, 

123 Free difquifitions relating to the church of England, and 
the means of advancing religion therein. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1750. 

1^2 The new whole duty of man; containing the faith, as 
well as practice, of a Chriftian; with devotions proper 
for feveral occafions. Sixteenth edition. London. 

133 Theifm; a prophecy; or prophetical differtations on the 
coming of the expected Messiah, by J. I. Philadel- 
phia, 1763. 

•^156 Primitive Chriitianity revived; containing the epiftles of 
Ignatius, in Greek and Englifh; the apoftoiic conftitu- 
tions, in Greek and Englifh ; an eftay on thofe apoftoiic 
conititutions; an account of the primitive faith concern- 
ing the Trinity and incarnation; the recognitions of 
Clement, or the travels of Peter; with a preliminary 
difcourfe. Tranflated into Englifh, by William Whif- 
ton. 5 vols. London. Gift of Jacob Duche and Dr. 
Morgan. 

157 A difcourfe concerning the being and attributes of God, 

the obligations of natural religion, and the truth of the 
Chriftian religion; in anfwer to MefTrs. Hobbs, Spinoza 
and others. By Samuel Clarke. Tenth edition. Lon- 
don, 1749. 

158 The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, according 

to the courfe of nature; with two differtations, viz. the 
firft, Of perfonal identity; the fecond, Of the nature 
of virtue. By Jofeph Butler. Third edition. London, 
1 740. 

159 Sermons upon feveral fubjects; preached at the Rolls' 

chapel, by Jofeph Butler. Third edition. London, 
1736. 

270 Sermons on feveral fubjects, by James Fofter. Third edi- 
tion. 2 vols. London, 1736. 

f 177 See page 79, (Natural Hiftory.) 

189 Sermons on public occafions, by archbifhop Herring. 
London, 1763. 

191 



Theology* O&avo. 1 2 1 

191 Nathaniel Lardner on the credibility of the gofpel hiftory; 
containing the facts of the New Teftament, confirmed by 
paflages of ancient authors, who were cotemporary 
with our Saviour and his apoflles. Third edition. 
17 vols. London, 1741. 

199 The Chriftian's defence againft the fears of death; written 
in French, by C. Drelincourt, and tranflated into En- 
glifh, by Marius D'AfTigny. London. 

f 200 See page 35, (Civil Hiftory.) 

202 An account of the rife and progrefs of a remarkable work 
of grace, amongft a number of indians in New Jerfey 
and Pennfylvania; with fome general remarks. By 
David Brainerd. Philadelphia. 

2 1 7 Difcourfes and tracts for promoting the common intereft. 
of true Chriftianity, by Anthony William Boehm. 
London, 171 7. 

220 A defence of a book, intituled, " The fnake in the grafs;" 
in reply to feveral anfwers put out to it by George 
Whitehead, &c. London, 1700. 

2 33") An exhortation to the inhabitants of the province of 
& > South Carolina, to bring their deeds to the light of 

929J Christ, by Sophia Hume; with fome account of the 
author's experience in the bufmefs of religion. Phila- 
delphia. 

237 The lively oracles given to us; or the Chriftian's birth- 
right and duty, in the cuftody and ufe of the Holy 
Scriptures. By the author of the whole duty of man. 
Oxford, 1678. 

f 238 A treatife partly theological, and partly political; fliowing 
that the liberty of making ufe of natural reafon may be 
allowed without any prejudice to piety, or to the peace 
of any commonwealth. Tranflated from the Latin of 
Spinoza. London, 1737. Gift of Chriftian GrqJIoold. 

251 A fhort view of the immorality and profanenefs of the 

Englifh ftage; with the fenfe of antiquity upon this ar- 
gument. By Jeremy Collier. Third edition. London, 
1698. 

252 Eromley's Sabbath of rejl; or the foul's progrefs in the 

work of the new-birth; with a difcourfe on miftakes con- 
cerning religion, enthufiafm, &c. by Thomas Hartley. 
Germantown, 1759. 

288 All the works of William Law. Ninth edition. 9 vols. 
London, 1753. 



122 Theology. O&avo. 

312") The religious philofcpher; or the right ufe of cantem* 
& v plating the works of the creation. Defigned for the 

467 J conviction of Atheifts and infidels. Tranflated from 
the Low Dutch of Dr. Nieuwentyt. By John Cham- 
berlaine. Fifth edition. 3 vols. London, 1745. 

322 Initium evangelii S. Joannis apoftoli ex antiquitate ec- 
clefiaftica reftitutum per L. M. Artemonium. A. D. 
1726. Gift of Jofeph Crellius. 

326 An illuftration of the wifdom and equity of an indulgent 
Providence; wherein the nature of happinefs, and the 
origin of evil, are carefully examined and represented. 
London, 1761. 

342 An hiflorical account of the Incorporated fociety for the 
propagation of the gofpel in foreign parts, by David 
Humphreys. London, 1730. 

344 Maynard's fermons on feveral fubjects; with two difcourfes 
on natural and revealed religion. London, 1722. 

3461 Fleetwood on the relative duties of parents and children, 
& V hufbands and wives, matters and fervants, in fixteen 
431 j fermons; with three difcourfes upon fell- murder. Lon- 
don, 1705. Fourth edition* London, 1732. 

351 The honey-combe of free juftifkation by Christ alone. 
By John Eaton. London, 1642. 

353 The raging tempeft frilled ; or the hiftorie of Christ his 

paflage, with his difciples, over the fea of Galilee, by* 
Thomas Jackfon. London, 1623. 

354 The harmony of the foure evangelifts, among themfelves 

and the Old Teftament, by John Lightfoote. London, 
1644. 

$56 Sentiments of Popery, digefled into familiar orations, de- 
figned to excite a juft abhorrence of the horrid princi- 
ples and practices of the church of Rome, by archbiihop 
Tillotfon. London, 1745. 

358 The caufe of the decay of Chriftian piety; or an impartial 
furvey of the ruins of the Chriftian religion, by the au- 
thor of the whole duty of man. London, 1675. 

360 A treatife of the corruption of Scripture, councils and 
fathers, by the pillars of the church of Rome, for the 
maintenance of Popery, by Thomas James. London, 
1688. 

366 The Moravians compared and detected. By the author of 
" The enthufiafm of Methodifts and Papifts compared." 
London, 1755. 



Theology* Octavo. 123 

369 Sermons and difcourfes on feveral fubjects and eccafions. 
By Francis Atterbury, biftiop of Rochefter. Fourth 
edition. 4 vols. London, 1735. 

373 The hiftory of the propagation of Chriflianity, and over- 
throw of Paganifm; with an enquiry into the prefent 
ftate of the Heathens, and methods propofed for their 
converfion. By Robert Millar. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 
1723. 

388 Obfervations on the hiftory and evidences of the refurfec- 
tion of Jesus Christ. By Gilbert Weft. Fourth edi- 
tion. London, 1749. 

412 Difcourfes delivered in the public a/Temblies of the people 
called Quakers. By Thomas Story. Taken in fhort- 
hand. London, 1738. 

430 The canon of the New Teftament vindicated, in anfwer 
to the objections of J. Toland, in his Amyntor. By 
John Richardfcn. With a letter from the learned Mr. 
Dodwell, concerning the faid J. T. Third edition. 
London, 1719. 

434 Difcourfes on public occafions in America. By William 

Smith. Second edition. London, 1762. Gift of the 
author. 

435 A ferious call to a devout and holy life; adapted to the 

ftate and condition of all orders of Chriftians. By 
William Law. Second edition. London, 1732. 

445 DifTertations on fubjects relating to the genius and the evi- 
dences of Christianity. By Alexander Gerard. Edin- 
burgh, 1766. 

* 469—1 A vindication of the hiftories of the Old and New 
Teftament. 

—2 Hervey's remarks on Bolingbroke's letters on the ftu- 
dy and ufe of hiftory, fo far as they relate to the 
hiftory of the Old Teftament. London, 1752. 

-—3 Whalley's vindication of the evidences and authenticity 
of the gofpels, from the objections of lord Boling- 
broke. London, 1753. 

—4 Leland's reflections on Bolingbroke's letters on the 
ftudy and ufe of hiftory, fo far as they relate to 
Chriftianity. London, 1753. 

f 499") Aftro-theology; or a demonftration of the being and 
& > attributes of God, from a furvey of the heavens; 
t 73 6 J with plates. By William Derham. Sixth edition. 
London, 1731. 

509 



124 Theology. 0£lavo. 

509 The religion of nature delineated, by Mr. Woolafton; 
with a preface, containing a general account of the life 
and writings of the author. Eighth edition. London, 
1759- 

* 5 1 8 — 4 Heathcote on the ufe of reafon in matters of religion. 

Second edition. London, 1756. 

527 Samuel Shuckford on the creation and fall of man. A 
fupplemental difcourfe to the preface of the firfl volume 
of " The facred and profane hiftory of the world con- 
nected." London, 1753. 

f 546 See page 44, (Civil Hijlory.) 

551 The world to come; or difcourfes on the joys or forrows 
of departed fouls at death. Whereto is prefixed, an 
effay toward the proof of a feparate ftate of fouls after 
death. By Ifaac Watts. Fourth edition. 2 vols. 

London, 1 759. 

559 The Chriftian's magazine; or a treafury of divine know- 
ledge. For the years 1760, 1761, 1762, 1763, 1764, 
1765, and 1766. 7 vols. London. 

573 The Scripture account of the faith and practice of Chrif- 
tians. By Hugh Gafton. Dublin, 1763. 

577 The Lord's day evening entertainment; containing prac- 
tical difcourfes on the raoft important fubjects in divi- 
nity, intended for the ufe of families. By John Mafon. 
Second edition. 4 vols. London, 1754. 

601 A letter from Rome, mewing the exact conformity be- 
tween Popery and Paganifm. By Conyers Middleton. 
London, 1741. 

608 The truth of the gofpel demonftrated, from the difpenfa- 
tions of Providence preparative to it. To which is 
prefixed, a preliminary difcourfe concerning the neceffity 
of a revelation. By the abbe Le Pluche. 2 vols. 
London, 1751. 

* 618 — 3 An analyfis of the philofophical works of the late lord 

vifcount Bolingbroke. London, 1755. 

624 Archbifhop King's eflay on the origin of evil. Tranfiated 
from the Latin. To which are added, two fermons by 
the fame author; the former concerning divine prefci- 
ence; the latter on the fall of man. Fourth edition. 
Cambridge, 1 758. 

628 Difcourfes on feveral fubjects, by the author of " The 
make in the grafs." London, 1 700. 

647 



Theology, O&avo. 125 

647 Contemplations on the hiftorical pafTaget of the Old and 
New Teftament. By bifhop Hall. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 
1749. 

656 Difcourfes, devotional and practical, fuited to the ufe of 
families; with a proper hymn annexed to each. By 
John Mafon. London, 1758. 

668 A journal of the life, travels and labour in the work of 
the miniftry, of William Edmundfon. London, 1715. 

673 Sermons on various fubjedts, by Thomas Hartley; with a 
prefatory difcourfe on miftakes concerning religion, en- 
thufiafm, experience, &c. Second edition. London, 

I 755- 

6$ 3 Phyfico- theological difcourfes, concerning the primitive 
chaos and creation of the world; the general deluge, 
its caufes and effects; and the diiTolution of the world, 
and future conflagration. By John Ray. Fourth edi- 
tion. London, 1732. 

691 Difcourfes concerning the being and natural perfections of 
God. By John Abernethy. Third edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1757. 

693 John Arndt on true Chriftianity; wherein is contained the 

whole ceconomv of God towards man; and the whole 
duty of man towards God. Translated from the High 
Dutch. Second edition. 3 vols. London, 1720. 

694 Richard Burnham's pious memorials; or the power of 

religion upon the mind in ficknefs and death; exempli- 
fied in the experience of many eminent perfons at thofe 
feafons. With a preface by Mr. Hervey. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1754. 

697 The cure of Deifm; or the mediatorial fcheme, by Jesus 
Christ, the only true religion; in anfwer to objections 
ftarted againft Chriftianity. By a country gentleman. 
Third edition. 2 vols. London, 1739. 

706 The Chriftian life, from its beginning to its confummation 
in glory; with directions for private devotion, and 
forms of prayer. By John Scott. Tenth edition. 5 
vols. London, 1739. 

&- L ^ e l a ^* es ' calling. By the author of the whole duty of 
I man. Twelfth edition. Oxford, 1727. 

7:1 The cafe of tithes truly ftated, clearly opened and fully 
refolved. By Anthony Pearfon. With a defence of 
fome other principles, held by the people called Quakers. 
London, 1730.. Gift of Thomas Carpenter. 

712 



126 Theology. 0£lavo. 

712 A treatife of the Holy Scriptures. By Richard Claridge. 

London, 1751* Gift of Benjamin jfackfon. 

713 A prefervative againft unfettled notions and want of prin- 

ciples in religion. By Jofeph Trapp. Third edition. 
2 vols. London, 1730. 

728 A treatife concerning Chriftian difcipline; compiled with 
the advice of a national meeting of the people called 
Quakers, held in Dublin, in the year 1746. By John 
Rutty. 

733 Bifhop Taylor's rule and exercifes of holy living; with 
prayers, containing the whole duty of a Chriftian. 
Twenty-fifth edition. London, 1739. 

737 The fpirit of the martyrs revived, in a collection of the 
moft remarkable panages and living teftimonies of the 
true church and ittd of God, and faithful martyrs in 
all ages. By Ellis Hookes. London, 1719. 

739 Wicked Chriftians, practical Atheifts; or the free thoughts 
of a plain man on the doctrines and duties of religion 
in general, and of Chriftianity in particular. London, 

f 742 See page 48, (Civil Hiftory.) 

745 Locke on the reafonablenefs of Chriftianity, as delivered 
in the Scriptures. Seventh edition. London, 1764. 

750 Archbifhop Fenelon's diflertation on pure love; with an 
account of the life and writings of the lady, for whofe 
fake the archbifhop was banilhed from court. Dublin, 

*739- 
752 A collection of felect tracts againft Popery, fhewing the 
contrariety of the whole body of the Popiih religion. 
London. 

764 Religious courtfhip; being hiftcrical difcourfes on the ne- 
ceflity of marrying religious hufbands and wives only; 
as alfo hufbands and wives being of the fame opinions 
in religion with one another. Seventh edition. Lon- 
don, 1743. 

767 Sermons on felect fubje&s. By Lewis Atterbury. With 
a brief account of the author. By Edward Yardley. 
2 vols. London, 1743. 

775 The fick man vifited, and furnifhed with inftructions, me- 
ditations and prayers, for preparing him for death. 
By Nathaniel Spinkes. To ivhich is prefixed, a fhort 
account of the life of the author. Fourth edition. 
London, 1731. 

779 



Theology. O £lav o . 127 

779 Samuel Clarke on the Scripture-doctrine of the Trinity. 

Third edition. London, 1732. 

780 Alciphron; or the minute philofopher; containing an 

apology for the Chriftian religion, againft thofe who 
are called fres thinkers. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1732. 

787 The principles and duties of natural religion. By bifhop 
Wilkins. Fifth edition. London, 1704. 

f 788 See page 81, (Natural Hijlory.) 

* 801 — 6 A difcourfe on forgivenefs. London, 1741. 

82 j Bifhop Newton's diifertation on the prophecies, which 
have been remarkably fulfilled, and at this time are ful- 
filling in the world. Second edition. 3 vols. London, 

1759- 
S25 The divine authority cf the Old and New Teftament 
afferted ; with a vindication of the characters of Mofes , 
and the prophets, our Saviour Jesus Christ, and his 
apoftles, againft the unjuft afperfions of a book, entitled, 
" The moral philofopher." By John Leland. Second 
edition. London, 1739. 

f 830 An effay on the antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland ; 
defigned to mow an affinity betwixt the languages, &c. 
of the ancient Britons and the Americans of the ifthmus 
of Darien. Edinburgh, 1738. 

831 A treatife on felf-knowledge ; mewing the nature and be- 
nefit of that important fcience, and the way to attain 
it; with various reflections on human nature. By John 
Mafon. Fifth edition. London, 1755. 

857 A practical treatife upon Chriftian perfection, By Willi- 
am Law. Fourth edition. London, 1737. 

f 869 Phyfico-meology; cr a philofophico-moral difquifition 
concerning human nature, tree agency, moral govern- 
ment, and divine Providence. By T. Morgan. Lon- 
don, 1 74 1. 

875 The Chriftian's companion, in the principles of religion, 

and the concerns of human life; with the terms of our 
falvaticn. London, 17 16. 

876 The principles of the Chriftian religion explained, in a 

brief commentary upon the church catechifm. By 
William, archbifhop of Canterbury. Fourth edition. 
London, 1720. 

88? 



iz3 Theology. O&avo. 

883 Milbourn's legacy to the church of England; vindicating 
her orders from the objections of Papifts and diffenters. 
2 vols. London, 1722. 

885 Reflections upon learning; wherein is fnewn the ineffici- 

ency thereof, in order to evince the ufefulnefs and ne- 
ceffity of revelation. Eighth edition. London, 1756. 

886 A vindication of the Lutheran religion, from the charge 

of Popery; with an hiftorical account of the perfec- 
tions and lufferings of many perfons of that profedion. 
Written originally in Latin, by Balthazar Mentzer, 
and now tranflated into Englifh. London, 1720. 
Gift of Samuel Kirke. 

887 Primitive Chriilianity; or the religion of the ancient Chrif. 

tians in the firft ages of the gofpel. By William Cave. 
Sixth edition. London, 1702. 

893 A difcourfe concerning natural and revealed religion; 
evincing the truth and certainty of both. By S. N. 
London, 1696. 

896 An examination of Mr. Warburton's fecond proportion, 
in his projected demonftration of " The divine legation 
of Mofes;" in which the faith of the ancient Jewifli 
church, touching the doctrine of a future ftate, is avert- 
ed and cleared from the author's objections; with an 
appendix, containing confiderations on the command to 
Abraham, to offer up his fon Ifaac. London, 1 744. 

899 A fecond letter to the biihop of Litchfield and Coventry, 
in vindication of the people called Quakers. By T. S. 
London, 1733. 

903 An anfwer to the diiTenters' pleas for a reparation; or an 
abridgement of the London cafes. Third edition. 
Cambridge, 1701. 

905 Clarke's enquiry into the origin of evil; being the fub- 
llance of eight fermons. 2 vols. London, 172a. 

908 The Christian pattern; or the imitation of Jesus Christ. 

By Thomas a Kempis. Tranflated by a female hand. 
Germantown, 1749. 

909 Samuel Fuller's ferious reply to twelve fections of abufive 

queries, propofed to the conilderation of the people cal- 
led Quakers 5 Dublin, 1728. 

913 



Theology. O&avo. 129 

913 The grounds and principles of the Chriftian religion, 
explained in a catechetical difcourfe, for the inftruction 
of young people. Tranflated from the French of I. F. 
Oftervald, by Humphrey Wanley. London, 1704. 
Gift of John Smith. 

920 A treatife concerning the right ufe of the fathers, in the 
decifion of the controverfies concerning religion. Tranf- 
lated from the French of John Daille. London, 1675. 

925 Difcourfes upon practical fubjects. By George Whitefield. 
To which is added, " The Oxford Methodift." Lon- . 
don, 1738. 

# 026 — 2 Tennent's fermon on the lawfulnefs of a defenfive 
war. Philadelphia, 1747. 

— 3 Tennent's fait- day fermon. Philadelphia, 1748. 

— 4 Tennent's fermon before the facramental folemnity. 
Philadelphia, 1748. 

— 5 The doctrine of Chriftianity, as held by the people 
called Quakers, vindicated, by John Smith; in an- 
fwer to " Tennent's fermon on the lawfulnefs of de- 
fenfive war." Second edition. Philadelphia, 1 748. 

—6 Defenfive war defended. By Gilbert Tennent. In 
reply to a pamphlet, entitled, " The doctrine of 
Chriftianity, as held by the people called Quakers, 
vindicated." Philadelphia, 1748. 

933 An apology; or defence of the Chriftians againft the ac- 
cusations of the Gentiles. By Tertullian. Tranflated 
into Engliih, by Henry Brown. London, 1755. 

935 Tennent's fermons on important fubjects. Philadelphia, 
1 758. Gift of Mrs. Bullock. 

f 9361 Ufeful mifcellanies; or ferious reflections, refpecting 
& > men's duty to God, and one towards another. Phi- 
1" I ^35J ladelphia, 1753. N°* 936 the gift of Thomas Wharton, 
N°* 1635 the gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

549 The morning and evening prayer, the Ktany, church 
catechifm, family prayers, &c. Tranflated into the 
Mohaque indian language, by Lawrence ClaefTe. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1 7 15. Gift of the reverend Hugh Jones, of 
Maryland. 

950 Boyle's difcourfe againft {wearing. London, 1695. 

* 95i— 5 



j-5 Theology* Octavo. 

# 051 5 Elliot and Mayhew's narrative of the progrefs of the 

gofpel among the indians in New England. Lon- 
don, 1653. 

068 A difcourfe concerning the happinefs of good men, and 

the punifhment of the wicked, in the next world. By 
William Sherlock. Fifth edition. London, 1751. 

069 A practical difcourfe concerning a future judgment. By 

William Sherlock. Twelfth edition. London, 1 749. 

970 The ufe and intereft of prophecy, in the feveral ages of 
the world; with four differtations and an appendix. 
By Thomas Sherlock. Fifth edition. London, 1 749. 

095 Sermons, by Charles Churchill. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1771. 

1003 An appeal to common fenfe, in behalf of religion. By 
James Ofwald. Second edition. London, 1768. 

1007 Warburton's Julian; or difcourfe concerning the earth- 
quake and fiery eruption, which defeated the emperor's 
attempt to rebuild the temple at Jerufalem. London, 
173)0. 

1049 Differtations on Providence; on prayer; on the reafon 
for expecting that virtuous men fhall meet after death 
in a ftate of happinefs ; and on the importance of Chrif- 
tianity. By Richard Price. Second edition. London, 
1768. 

* I0 $g — 4 The uncertainty of a death-bed repentance illudrated. 

Germantown, 1760. Gift of Anthony Benezet. 

* 1 109 —2 The evening fervice of R and Kippur; or the 

beginning of the year, and day of atonement. 
New York, 1761. Gift of John Murgatroyd, 

1 1 18 The works of John Woolman. Philadelphia, 1774. Gift 
of Jofeph Crulfiank, 

* M37 — 2 Policy, as well as honefty, forbids the ufe of fecular 

force in religious affairs. By Ifaac Backus. Bolton, 
1779. 

—3 The fubltance of an addrefs to an affembly in Bridge- 
water, March 10, 1779. By Ifaac Backus. This, 
and the preceding pamphlet, the gift of the author. 

* ug8 — 4 Witherfpoon's fad-day fermon. Philadelphia, 1776. 

—6 A fermon preached by the bifhop of St. Afaph. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1773. 

♦.1150 — 7 



Theology. O&avo. 131 

* 1 1 50 — 7 The difficulties and difcouragements which attend the 

fludy of the Scriptures in the way of private judg- 
ment. By Mr. Hare. Sixth edition. London, 1 715. 

1 163 Browne's defence of the religion of nature, and the Chri£ 
tian revelation. London, 1732. 

1 1 67 Roberti Barclaii theologiae vere Chriftianas apologia. Edi- 
tio fecunda. Londini, 1729. Gift of John ff.efeman. 

1202 Porteus's fermons, on feveral fubjects. Second edition. 
London, 1783. 

1 212 Blair's fermons. Eleventh edition. 2 vols. London, 
1 781. 

1 21 5 Kurd's fermons, preached at Lincoln's- inn, between the 
years 1765 and 1776. Second edition. 3 vols. Lon- 
don, 1777. 

1222 Pearce's fermons, on feveral fubje&s. 4 vols. Londcn, 

1778. 

f 1242 See page 99, (Voyages and Travels.) 

1254! Seven difcourfes and three prayers. By Samuel Fother- 

& > gill. With an epiftle to his brethren in religious pro- 

133 1 J feffion in the ifland of Tortola. Philadelphia, 1780. 

Second edition. Philadelphia, 1783. Both volumes 

were given by jfrfiph Cruhjhank. 

1278 Macauley's treatife on the immutability of moral truth. 
London, 1783. 

* 1282 — 1 Prieftley's letters to Dodor Newcome, on the duration 

of our Saviour's miniftry. Birmingham, 1780. 

— 2 Prieftley's letters to a philofophical unbeliever; con- 
taining an examination of the principal objections of 
natural religion. Bath, 1780. 

1290 Letters of certain Jews to Monfieur De Voltaire; contain- 
ing an apology for their own people, and for the Old 
Teitament; with critical reflections. Tranflated by the 
reverend Philip Lefanu. 2 vols. Dublin, 1777. 

* 1 3 1 9 — 2 Swan's fermon, for the benefit of the Humane Society. 

London, 1783. Gift of Doclor Thomas Parke. 

— 4 Duche's fermon, before the Humane Society; with an 
hymn fung on the occafion. London, 1781. Gift 
of Doctor Thomas Parke, 

1335 Spanhemii evangelica dubia. Geneva, 1634. Gift of 

DoClor William Sharp. 

1336 The works of Thomas Sharp. 6 vols. London, 1763* 

Gift of Dodor William Sharp, 

1337 



j 32 Theology. O&avo. 

1337 A fermon on the Lord's fupper. By Thomas Sharp, 
Fourth edition. London, 1766. Gift of Doctor William 
Sharp* 

1339 A tract on the law of nature and principles of action in 
man. By Granville Sharp. London, 1777. Gift of 

. the author. 

1343 Remarks on feveral important prophecies. By Granville 

Sharp. Second edition. London, 1775. Gift °f the 
author. 

1344 Granville Sharp on the law of retribution; or a ferious 

warning to Great Britain and her colonies, againft ty- 
rants, flave-holders and oppreflbrs. London, 1776. 
Gift of the author. 

1 35 1 The works of Doctor John Sharp; containing fermons 
and difcourfes on feveral occafions; with fome papers 
wrote in the Popifh controverfy. Ninth edition. 7 vols. 
London, 1754. Gift of Dottor William Sharp. 

1364 Watfon's collection of theological tracts. 6 vols. Cam- 
bridge, 1785. 

1371 Saurin's fermons. Tranflated from the French, by Robert 

Robinfon. Second edition. 5 vols. London, 1784. 

1372 Kirkpatrick's fermons, on various fubjedts; with an ac- 

count of the principles, &c. of the Proteftant diflenters. 
Warrington, 1785. 

1373 The prayers and meditations of Doctor Samuel Johnfon. 

London, 1 785. 

1374 Apthorp's difcourfes on prophecy. 2 vols. London, 1786. 

* 1388 — 3 Whitaker's diflertation on the prophecies relating to 
the final reftoration of the Jews. Canterbury, 1784. 

1 401 Swedenborg's treatife concerning the New Jerufalem, and 
its heavenly doctrines, Tranflated from the Latin. 
Second edition. London, 1785. 

f 1407 See page 59, (Civil Hiftory.) 

141 8 Sermons, preached in the year 1784, by Jofeph White. 
Second edition. London, 1785. 

1424 Balguy's difcourfes on various fubjects. Winchefter, 1785. 

j 425 Holwell's diflertations on the origin, nature and purfuits 
of intelligent beings; and on divine Providence, reli- 
gion and worfhip. Bath, 1786. 

1426 A Chinefe fragment; containing an enquiry into the pre- 
fent date of religion in England; with notes, by the 
editor. London, 1786. 

1440 



Theology. O&avo. J 33 

1440 O'Leary's mifcellaneous tracts. Second edition. Dublin, 
1781. 

1443 Sermons, preached on the occafion of the late war and 
rebellion. By bifhop Seeker. London, 1758. Gift of 
William Rarton, 

* 1454 — I Prieftley's letters to the Jews; inviting them to an ami- 

cable difcuffion of the evidences of Chriitianity. 
Birmingham, 1786. 

— 2 An eflay on the gift of tongues, proving that it was 
not the gift of languages. Bath, 1786. 

* 1462— -2~\ A tractate on church muficj being an extract from 

& > Pierce's vindication of the diuenters. London, 

* 1467— 5 J 1786. Gift of Samuel Vaughen. 

* 1464 — 2 Thompfon's fermon, preached for the benefit of the 

Humane Society. London, 1785. Gift of Dofior 
Thomas Parke. 

— 3 Two fermons preached on a faft-day during the late 
war with France. London, 1778. 

* j 468 — 1 A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Wcr- 

cefter, from the late chaplain of that fociety. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1784. . 

— 2 An addrefs to the Roman Catholics of the United 
States of America. By a Catholic clergyman. 
Anapolis, 1784. 

— 3 A reply to an addrefs to the Roman Catholics of the 
United States of America. By the author of a let- 
ter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcefter. 
With obfervations on a pamphlet, entitled, " An 
eflay on matter." Philadelphia, 1785. 

- — »4 Confiderations on an act of the iegiflature of Virginia, 
entitled, " An act for the eflablifhment of religious 
freedom." Philadelphia, 1786. 

1 — 5 A fermon, delivered at the opening of the convention 
of the Proteflant Epifcopal church. By bifhop 
William White. Philadelphia, 1786. 

* 1469 — 1 Jenyns' view of the internal evidence of the Chriftian 

religion. Eighth edition. Philadelphia, 1780. 

1471 Pilmore's free-mafon fermon. Philadelphia, 1787. Gift 
of Caleb Buglafs. 

* 1478 



!34 Theology. Oclavo. 



♦ 1478") —1 Stillman's fermon, preached on the death of Samuel 

& L Ward. Philadelphia, 1776. 

* 1484J — 2 Coombe's faft-day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

3 Smith's fermon on the prefent fituation of American 

affairs. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 4 Duche's fall- day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

5 Duche's fermon on the duty of (landing faft in our 

fpiritual and temporal liberties. Philadelphia, 
1775. 

—7 Carmichael's fermon on the lawfulnefs of a felf-de* 
fenfive war. Philadelphia, 1775. 

—8 Jones's fermon on defenfive war in a juft caufe. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 9 Fofter's fermon on true fortitude. Philadelphia, 
1776. 

—10 Batwell's faft* day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 11 Montgomery's faft-day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 12 Zubly's fermon on the law of liberty. Philadelphia, 

*775« 
1489 Remarks on the prophetic part of the revelation of St. 
John. By Thomas Reader. London, 1778. Gift of 
the author. 

1497 Hyfforddiadau I Ymddygiad Defofiynol a Gweddus yng 
Nghyhoedd Wafanaeth Duw; yn fwy enwedigol yn yr 
Arferiad o'r Weddi GyfFredin a appwyntiwyd gan 
Eglwys Loegr. Llundain, 1752. 

■^ * 15 1 2 — 1 See page 100, (Voyages and Travels.) 

— 2 Hopkins' hiftorical memoirs, relating to the Houfa- 
tunnuk indians; or an account of the methods 
ufed by John Sergeant for the propagation of the 
gofpel among them. Bofton, 1753. 

15 19 Apologie de la veritable theologie Chretienne. Par Robert 
Barclay. A Londres, 1 702. 

152 1 Apologia de la verdadera theologia Chriftiana. Por Ro- 
berto Barclay. A Londres, 17 10. 

* 1522 — 5 Mayhew's thankfgiving-difcourfe, preached on the re- 
peal of the ftamp-adt. Second edition. Bofton, 
1766. 

t * 1524—3 



Theology, O&avo. 135 

f * 1524 — 3 See page 98, (Voyages and Travels.) 

—47 

& > See page 100, (Voyages ^nd Travels.) 

t * I 5 ( 54~4J 

—5 Cowper's difTertation on the diftincl powers of reafon 
and revelation. London, 1774. 

1553 Anti-psedo-rantifm; or Samuel Finley's charitable plea for 

the fpeechlefs, examined, and the baptifm of believers 
maintained. By Abel Morgan. Philadelphia, 1747. 

1554 Bugg's picture of Quakerifm. London, 17 14. 

* 1558 — 1 Chandler's appeal to the public in behalf of the church 

of England in America. New York, 1767. 

-—2 Chauncey's anfwer to " Chandler's appeal to the pub- 
lic ;" in behalf of the non-epifcopal churches in Ame- 
rica. Bofton, 1768. 

— 3 Chandler's defence of his " Appeal to the public." 
New York, 1769. 

— 4 Chandlers's further defence of his " Appeal to the 
public." New York, 1 77 1. 

* '559 — l Chauncey's remarks on certain pafTages in the bifhop 

or LandarT's fermon. Bofton, 1767. 

— 2 A letter to the bifhop of Landaff ; occaiioned by fome 
pafTages in his fermon, on the twentieth of Febru- 
ary, 1767. By William Livingfton. New York, 
1761. 

— 3 A vindication of the bifhop of LandafPs fermon. New 
York, 1768. 

— 4 A letter concerning an American bifhop, &c. 1768. 

— 5 An addrefs from the clergy of New York and New 
Jerfey, to the Epifcopalians in Virginia. New York, 

1771. 

f -—6 See page 60, (Civil Hijlory.) 

— 7 Chandler's examination of the critical commentary on 
Seeker's letter to Mr. Walpole. New York, 1774. 

— 8 A critical commentary on Seeker's letter to Walpole, 
concerning bifhops in America. Philadelphia, 1771* 

— 9 The cafe of the Epifcopal churches in the United States, 
confidered. Philadelphia, 1782.- 

* 1560 — 1 



, ^5 Theology. Octavo. 

* j-£ j Zubly's fermon on American affairs. Philadelphia, 

1775. 
—2 Witherfpoon's faft-day fermon. Philadelphia, 1776. 

2 Hurt's fermon on the love of our country. Philadel- 
phia, 1777. 

. 4. Evans's difcourfe to the officers and foldiers of the 

weftern army. Philadelphia, 1779. 

, ^ Tennent's fermon on the lawfulnefs of defenfive war. 

Second edition. Philadelphia, 1747. 

—6 Fifh's thankfgiving difcourfe on the repeal of the 
ftamp-a<5t. Providence, 1767. 

—7 Stillman's artillery- election fermon. Bofton, 17 70. 

— 8 B at well's fail- day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

—9 Smith's fermon on the prefent fituation of American 
affairs. Philadelphia, 1775. 

10 Montgomery's faft-day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

* X r5i 1 Carmichael's fermon on the lawfulnefs of felf- defenfive 

war. Philadelphia, 1775. 

2 Gordon's thankfgiving difcourfe. Bofi.on, 1775. 

2 Tennent's addrefs on the late invafion of the liberties 

of the American colonies by the Britilh parliament. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

. — 4 Duche's fermon on the duty of {landing fafl in our 
fpiritual and temporal liberties. Philadelphia, 1 775. 

5 Duche's faft-day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 6 Coombe's fafl- day fermon. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 7 Jones's fermon on defenfive war in a juft caufe. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1775. 

, — 8 Gordon's fermon before the houfe of reprefentatives. 
Watertown, 1775. 

. — 9 Stillman's fermon on the death of Samuel Ward, Ef- 
quire. Philadelphia, 1776. 

. — 10 Foller's fermon on true fortitude. Philadelphia, 1776. 

-—1 1 Griffith's fermon on paffive obedience. William (burg, 
1776. 

. — 12 Smith's free-mafon fermon. Philadelphia, 17 79* 

. — 13 Magaw's free-mafon fermon. Philadelphia, 1779. 

•— 14 Mahew's election fermon. Bolton, 1754. 

**5&4 — ' 



Theology. 0£tavb. 137 

* ^64 — 1 Smith's difcourfe concerning the converfion of the hea- 

then Americans. Philadelphia, 1 760. 

— 2 The bifhop of St. Afaph's fermon, before the fociety 
for the propagation of the gofpel in foreign parts. 
New York, 1773. 

* 1565 — 2 Hufbands' remarks on religion. Philadelphia, 1761. 

3 Brief van de Weleerwaarde Claffis van Amfterdam, 

aan de Weleerwaarde Vergaderinge van Predikan- 
ten, & Ouderlingen der Herformde kerken in de 
Provincien van Nieuw-York, en Nieuw-Jerfey. 

Nieuw-York, 1772. 

— 5 Whitefield's letter to count ZinzendorfF. Third edi- 
tion. London, 1753. 

— 7 An addrefs from the Baptift church in Philadelphia, 
to their fifter churches. Philadelphia, 1781. 

— 9 Cummings' fermon on the death of Patrick Gordon, 
Efquire, lieutenant-governor of Pennfylvania. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1736. 

— 10 Duche's fermon at the funeral of Evan Morgan. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1763. 

— 11 Edwards's new-year's gift; being a fermon delivered 
at Philadelphia, January 1, 1770. Philadelphia. 

— 12 Duche's fermon on the death of Richard Penn, Ef- 
quire. Philadelphia, 1771. 

— 13 Davies' fermon on man's primitive ftate. Philadel- 
phia, 1748. 

— 14 Pierfon's difcourfe on the nature and benefits of 
Christ's interceffion. Woodbridge, New Jerfey, 
1765. 

— 15 Maccarty's fermon on the execution of four criminals 
for the murder of Jofhua Spooner; with an appen- 
dix, giving fome account of thofe prifoners, Wor- 
cefter, 1778. 

* 1568 — 1 Obfervations on George Whitefield and his oppofers. 

Bofton, 1740. 

— 4 Ellington's fermon, preached the twenty-fifth of 
March, 1 771, the anniverfary of laying the founda- 
tion of the Orphan-houfe in Georgia. Savannah. 

* 1569—2 

s 



138 Theology. O&avo. 

* 1569—2 Tennent's effay upon the peace of Jerufalem. Phila- 

delphia, 1749. 

— 3 Tennent's fermon on the difplays of Divine Juftice, in 
the propitiatory facrifice of Christ. Philadelphia, 
1749. 

■ — 4 Finley's vindication of " The charitable plea for the 
fpeechlefs;" in anfwer to " Abel Morgan's anti-ps- 
do-rantifm." Philadelphia, 1748. 

—-5 Memoirs of captain Roger Clapp; relating fome of 
God's remarkable providences to him. Bofton, 

I73 1 - 
— 6 Whitefield's confirmation of the remarkable work of 
God in New England. Glafgow, 1742. 

-—7 Whitefield's anfwer to a pamphlet, entitled, u Obferva- 
tions upon the conduct: of the Methodifts. ,, Third 
edition. London, 1744. 

* 1588 — 1 The doctrine of Chriftianity, as held by the people 

called Quakers, vindicated, by John Smith; in 
anfwer to " Gilbert Tennent's fermon on the law- 
fulnefs of defenfive war." Second edition. Phila- 
delphia, 1748. 

— 2 A letter from a meeting of the brethren called Quak- 
ers, to the authors of the pamphlet, called " Con- 
fiderations on the German war. Bofton, 1761. 

— 7 A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Wor- 
cefter. Philadelphia, 1784. 

* 1595 — 7 Obfervations fur la fociete de Quakers ou Trembleurs. 

Par Antoine Benezet. Philadelphia, 1780. 

1599 Etwas vom rechten lebenfwege. Philadelphia, 1781. 
Gift of Melchior Sterner* 

l6n Lowman's paraphrafe and notes on the revelation of St. 
John. Third edition. London, 1773. 

* 1628 — 1 Jupiter Hammon's addrefs to the negroes in the (late of 

New York. Philadelphia, 1787. 

—4 Clarke on the prophetic numbers cf Daniel and John. 
Charleflon, (South Carolina,) 1759. 

•f- —-5 See page 101, (Voyages and Travels.) 

— 6 Magaw's fermon, preached before the Free-mafons of 
the ftate of Delaware, December 27, 1779* P* 11 " 
ladelphia. 

—8 Jones's fermon on defenfive war. Philadelphia, 177*1 
This voh::ne the gift of Zachariah Ponlfon, junr. 

* i6sc — i 



Theology. Ofravo. 139 

* !6^o — 1 A draught of an overture, prepared and publifhed 

by a committee of the Aflbciate Reformed fynod, 
for the purpofe of illuftrating and defending the 
doctrines of the Weftminfter confeflion of faith. 
Philadelphia, 1787. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

— 2 Reader's remarks on the three firft chapters of the re- 
velation of St. John; with four letters to the reve- 
rend Thomas Charles, on the number of the beads, 
&c. Taunton, 1785. 

— 3 Reader's fermon on Popery; with an appendix refpecl- 
ing the duty of the civil xnagiitrates in matters of 
religion. London, 1781. This and the preceding 
pamphlet the gift of the author* 

* 1632 — 6 Remarks on the practice of inoculation for the Small 

Pox. Second edition. London, 1767. Gift of Za- 
chariah Poulfon, junr, 

* 1639 6 The abolition of the flave- trade confidered in a religi- 

ous point of view. A fermon, by William Agutter. 
London, 1788. 

— 7 Juftice and mercy recommended, particularly with 
reference to the flave-trade. A fermon, by P. Peck- 
ard. With the report of a committee of the fociety 
militated in London for the purpofe of affecting the 
abolition of the flave-trade. Cambridge, 1788. 

— 8 A fermon on the fubject of the flave-trade, by Jofeph 
Prieftley. Birmingham, 1788. 

— 9 An occafional difcourfe on the fubject of the African 
flave-trade. By W. Mafon. York, 1788. This 
volume the gift of the Philadelphia fociety for promoting 
the abolition of flavery. 



DUODECIMO. 

1 Meditations on felecT: paffages of Scripture, and facred 
dialogues between a father and his children. By Ri- 
chard Pearfall. Publifhed by Thomas Gibbons. 2 vols. 
London, 1765. 

5 The evidences of the Christian religion; with additional 
difcourfes on interefting fubjects. By Jofeph Addifon. 
Fourth edition. Glafgow, 1745. 

63 A treatife concerning baptifm and the fupper; wherein the 
people called Quakers are vindicated for their difufe of 
thele figns. By Jofeph Pike. London, 1710. 

93 



140 Theology, Duodecimo. 

93 An attempt to explain the words reafon, fubflance, perfon, 
creeds, orthodoxy, Catholic church, fubfcriptions, and 
index expurgatorius ; with fome reflections and queries 
on the fame fubjects. By a Prefbyter of the church of 
England. Third edition. London, 1767. 

107 The works of Duncan Forbes; containing, thoughts on 
religion, natural and revealed; a letter to a bifhop, 
concerning fome important difcoveries in philofophy 
and theology; and reflections on the fources of incredu- 
lity with regard to religion. 2 vols. Edinburgh. 

f 134 The memoirs of the marquis of D'Argens; being a criti- 
cal enquiry into the nature of friendfhip and happinefs; 
and eflays on other fubjects. 2 vols. London, 1747. 

141 "J Bifhop Wilfon's efTay towards an inflruction for the indi- 
& > ans; explaining the mod efTential doctrines of Chrifli- 
436 J anity. London, 1740. 

151 The wifdom of God, manifefted in the works of the 
creation. By John Ray. Eleventh edition. Glafgow, 

*744- 
162 Ingenious thoughts of the fathers of the church; collected 
by Bouhours, in French. Tranflated into Englifh. 
London, 1727. 

187 The defign of Chriflianity demonftrated. By Edward 
Fowler. Belfaft, 1741. Gift of John Smith. 

212 A demonstration of the exigence and attributes of God; 
drawn from the knowledge of nature, and from the 
idea of the infinite Himself. By Mr. Fenelon, arch- 
bilhop of Cambray. Second edition. London, 1720. 

231 An indifference for religion inexcufable; or a review of 
the certainty, importance and harmony of religion, 
both natural and revealed. By Samuel Squire. Second 
edition. London, 1759. 

238 The young gentleman inttructed in the grounds of the 
Chriftian religion. Dublin, 1750. 

252 The confefllon of the miniiters, which in the United Pro- 
vinces are called Remon ft rants or Arminians, concern- 
ing the chief points of the Chriftian religion. London. 

279 The ftrength and weaknefs of human reafon: or the ques- 
tion about the fufficiency of reafon to conduct mankind 
to religion and future happinefs, argued between a 
Deift and a Chriftian. Second edition. London, 1737- 

346 



Theology. Duodecimo. 141 

346 Sunday-thoughts; adapted to the various parts of the 
Chriflian fabbath, and its difFerent duties. By Mofes 
Browne. 

-f 348 A collection of the letters of the late James Hervey. To 
which is prefixed, an account of his life. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1760. 

151 The time of danger, means of fafety, and way of hoii- 
nefs; being the fubitance of three fermons, preached 
on the late public faft-days. By James Hervey. Third 
edition. London, 1759. 

354! The independent whig; or a defence of primitive Chrif- 
& > tianity, and of our ecclefiaftical eftablifhment. Sixth 
3 64 J edition. 3 vols. London, 1735. 

384 Chriflian oratory; or the devotion of the clofet difplayed. 
By Benjamin Bennet. Fourth edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1747. 

* 394 — 2 Stevenfon's cordial for old and young ChriPJans. 

396 An hiftorical character relating to the holy and exemplary 
life of lady Elizabeth Haftings, by Thomas Bernard. 
Leeds, 1742. 

398 The piadice of true devotion, in relation to the end as 
well as the means of religion. By Robert Nclfon. Se- 
cond edition. London, 17 15. 

406 Sermons to young men. By Jonathan Mayhew. 2 vols. 
London, 1767. 

408 Religio medici, by Thomas Browne; with notes. To 

which is added, the life of the author; and the obferva- 
tions of Kennelm Digby. London, 1736. 

409 Anti-psdo-rantifm; or Samuel Finley's charitable plea for 

the fpeechlefs, refuted; and the baptifm of believers 
maintained. By Abel Morgan. Philadelphia, 1 747. 

412 The pillars of prieft-craft and orthodoxy (haken. 2 vols. 
London, 1752. 

430 Winftanley's new form of felf- examination. London, 

1752. 

433 -A- practical dii'jourfe of a believer's life, derived from, 
and reiolved into, Christ. By John Gammon. Sixth 
edition. . London, 1 743. 

438 Piety promoted; being a collection of the dying fayings 
of many of the people called Quakers; with memorials 
of their lives and fuiferings. By John Tcmkias and. 
John Field. Dublin, 172 1. 

446 






j 42 Thcckgy. Duodecimo. . 

446 The catechifm of Luther, in Swedifh and the Virginian 
indian language. Stockholm, 1696. 

*t 449 ^ ee P a S e I02 » (Voyages and Travels.) 
454 Advice to the readers of the common prayer; with a pre- 
face concerning divine worfhip. Fourth edition. Lon- 
don, 1707, 

460 Reflefione morali fopra l'iftoria del Vecchio e Nuovo 

Teftamento. Venezia, 1760. 

461 Afiertiones theologies de Trino ei uno Deo, adverfus no- 

vus famofatenicos. Typis Alexii Rodecii. 

468 An expofition of the affembly's catechifm. By John Fla- 

vel. London, 1692. 

469 The neceffity and advantage of public prayer and frequent 

communion. By bifhop Beveridge. London, 1709. 

470 A mort difcourfe upon the doclrine of our baptifmal cove- 

nant. By Thomas Bray. London, 1 700. 

473 A catechifm and confeflion of faith. By Robert Barclay. 

Eighth edition. Philadelphia, 1753. 

474 The myftery of Jefuitifme; difcovered in certain letters, 

written upon occafion of the prefent differences between 
the Janfenifts and the Molinifts. London, 1658. 

477 A journal of the life, travels and labours of Thomas Wil- 

ibn. Dublin, 1728. 

478 Love and religion demonftrated in the martyrdom of 

Theodore and of Didymus. By Robert Boyle. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1702. 

479 An account of the life and travels, in the work of the 

miniftry, of John Fothergill. Philadelphia, 1754. 

4S4 The principles of the raoft ancient and modern philofophy, 
concerning God, Christ, and the creatures. London, 
1692. 

486 La FaufTete des vertus humaines, par M. Efprit. Amster- 

dam, 1709. 

487 A brief narrative of the life, and labours in the work of 

the miniftry of John Barcroft. Dublin, 1730. 

492 A falutation to the Britains, to call them from the many 
things, to the one thing needful. By Ellis Pugh. 
Philadelphia, 1727. 

494 A brief apology in behalf of the people called Quakers. 
By W. Chandler and others. Dublin, 1727. 

495 



Theology. Duodecimo. 143 

* 495 A token for mariners; and the Teaman's preacher. Lon- 

don, X708. 

496 Bifliop Hall's treatife on old religion; wherein is laid 

down the true ftate of the difference between the Re- 
formed and Roman church. London, 1636. 

497 Confiderations relating to the prefent ftate of the Chriftian 

religion; wherein the nature, defign and truth of it 
are explained and recommended. By Alexander Arfcot. 
Philadelphia, 1732. 

501 The holy war; made by Shaddai upon Diabolus, for 
regaining the metropolis of the world; or the lofmg 
and taking again of the town of Manfoul. By John 
Bunyan. Glafgow, 1721. 

517 Sacramental meditations on the fufferings and death of 

Christ. By Daniel Campbel. Second edition. Bof- 
ton, 1740. 

518 John Eitaugh's call to the unfaithful profeifors of truth; 

with divers epiftles by the fame author. Philadelphia, 

1 745- 
520 Sermons on various fubjecls. By George WhiteSeld. 2 
vols. Philadelphia, 1 740. Gift of Samuel Klrke, 

527 Grace abounding to the chief of nnners; or a brief rela- 
tion of the mercy of God in Christ, to John Bunyan. 
B elf aft, 1 7 14. 

564 No crofs, no crown; a difcourfe Hewing the nature and 
difcipline of the holy crofs of Christ, By William 
Penn. London. 

569 The fermons of Mr. Yorick. 4 vols. London, 1761. 

* 602 — 4 Forbes's reflections on the fources of incredulity with 

regard to religion. Edinburgh, 1752. 

619 A journal of the life, travels and gofpel labours of Darnel 
Stanton. Philadelphia, 1772. Gift of Jofeph Crulf hank* 

662 An earned appeal to men of reafon and religion. By 
John Wefley. Briftol, 1771. G ft of the author. 

* ^2, — X An appeal to matter of fact and common fenfe; or a 

rational demonftration of man's corrupt eftate. 
Briilol, 1773. 

— 2 An addrefs to the ferious reader who enquires, What 
muft I do to be faved? This volume the gift of 
John Wefley. 

* 664—I 






144 Theology* Duodecimo; 

* 664 1 A vindication of the reverend Mr. Wefley's lafl mi- 

nutes, occafioned by a circular letter inviting fuch 
perfons who disapprove of thofe minutes to oppofe 
them. Third edition. Briftol, 1772. 

— 2 Logica genevenfis; or a fourth check to Antinomian- 
iim. Second edition. Briftol, 1 772. This volume 
the gift of John Wefley* 

686 Grotius on the truth of Chriftiamty. Tranflated into 
Englifh, by Spencer Madan. London, 1782. 

688 Enfield's fermons for the ufe of families. Fifth edition. 
2 vols. London, 1778. 

697 Jenyns' view of the internal evidence of the Chriflian reli- 
gion. Sixth edition. London, 1781. 

711 Maclaine's letters, addrefTed to Soame Jenyns, Efquire, 
on occafion of his " View of the internal evidence of 
the Chriflian religion." Second edition. London, 
1778. 

* 715 — 1 Confederations on war, flavery, and the nature and 

bad effects of fpirituous liquors. By Anthony Be- 
nezet. Philadelphia, 1778. 

— 2 The folly and vanity of a life fpent in the purfuit of 
worldly profit. Philadelphia, 1770. 

719 Newcome on the duration of our Lord's miniflry; in re- 
ply to a letter from Doctor Prieftley on that fubject. 
Dublin, 1780. 

758 Ogden's fermons; wfrh an account of his life. Third edi- 
tion. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1786. 

762 Reflections on death. By William Dodd. London, 1782. 

763 Comfort for the afflicted, under every diflrefs; with fuita- 

ble devotions. Bv William Dodd. Second edition, 



London, 1773. 

768 Letters on infidelity. By the author of a letter to Doctor 
Adam Smith. Oxford, 1784. 

773 Beattie's evidences of the Chriflian religion. 2 vols. 
Edinburgh, 1786. 

775 Hervey's meditations and contemplations; with plates. 
Twenty-fecond edition. London, 1776. 

* 778—2 



Theology, Duodecimo. 145 

* 778—3 A looking-glafs for the Jews. By George Fox. Phi- 

ladelphia, 1784. Gift of Charles Crawford* 

— 4 "J Obfervations upon the downfall of the Papal power, 
& > and the confequent events. By Charles Crawford. 

* 985 — 1 J Second edition. Philadelphia, 1788. Gift of the 

author, 

786 Sermons taken ovt of feverall places of Scrip tvre. Lon- 
don, 1596. Gift of jfofeph CrukfJjank. 

* 787 — I The curfe of cowardice; a fermon. By Mr. Davies. 

London, 1758. 

— 2 Linn's military difcourfe, delivered in Carlifle. Phila- 
delphia, 1776. 

— 3 A Connecticut thankfgiving fermon. Hartford, 1778. 

— 4 Brackenridge's fix political difcourfes, founded on 
Scripture. Lancatter. 

— 5 Clark's remarks on fwearing. Lancafter, 1 755. 

— 6 Reafons why human compositions ought not to be ufed 
in the praifes of God; with an addrefs concerning 
family government. Albany, 1783. 

— 7 A warning by the Aflbciated Prefbytery in Pennfyl- 
vania, to the people of the United States. Lanca- 
fter, 1778. 

— 9 Leflie's method with the Deifts. Philadelphia, 1783. 

— 10 MarfhalPs catechifm, agreeably to the doctrines of the 
Weftminfter confeffion of faith. Philadelphia, 1784. 

* 788 — 1 A narrative of the extraordinary work at Cambufiang, 

in Scotland. Philadelphia, 1742. 

— 2 Blair's animadverfions on the reafons which induced 
Alexander Creaghead to recede from the Prefbyte- 
rian church. Philadelphia, 1 742. 

—3 Davenport's letter to Jonathan Barber. 1743-4. 

— 4 Old Mr. Dod's fayings. 

——5 Finley's refutation of Mr. Tbompfon's fermon on the 
doctrine of convictions. Philadelphia, 1743. 

— 6 Whitefield's remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, " The 
enthufiafm of Methodifts and Papiits compared." 
Philadelphia, 1749. 

— 7 A religious difcourfe. (The title page wanting.) 

— 8 Garden's two fermons, preached in Charlefton. New 
York, 1742. 

T -9 



146 * Theology. Duodecimo. 

9 Anne Dutton's letter to George Whitefield. Phila- 
delphia. 

— 10 Whitefield's obfervations on fome fatal miftakes, in a 
book, entitled, " The doctrine of grace, &c." 
Philadelphia, 1763. 

— 11 A declaration of what God has done for our fouls. 
By fome Baptift people called Quakers, in Connec- 
ticut. 1760. 

* 789 — 1 Tennent's fermon, preached at Philadelphia, Decem- 

ber 23, 1744. Philadelphia. 

— 2 Tennent's fermon, preached at Philadelphia, Decem- 
ber 30, 1744. Philadelphia. 

— 3 Tennent's fermon on the fuccefs cf the expedition 
againft Louiiburgh, on cape Breton. Philadelphia, 

1745- 
— 4 An addrefs to the people of New England; occafioned 
by the preaching of certain deftru&ive doctrines, by 
James Macfparran. New Port, 1753. 

— 5 Blair's narrative of the revival of religion in feveral 
parts of Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1744. 

— 6 Whitefield' s account of God's dealings with him; 
with an account of the Orphan-hcufe cf Georgia. 
Philadelphia, 1746. 

—8 Whitefield's letter to Doctor Chauncey. Philadelphia, 

1745- 
— 9 Arthur's fermon at the ordination of Daniel Thane, 
at Conneaicut-farms, in New Jerfey ; with an ex- 
hortation, by C. Smith. New York, 1 750. 

10 A protection prefented to the fynod of Philadelphia, 

June 1, 1 741. Philadelphia, 1741. 

— II Kinnerfley's letter to the minifters of the Baptiil con- 
gregations in Pennfylvania and New Jerfey. Phila- 
delphia, 1746. 

12 Queries concerning the operation of the Holy Spirit 

anfwered. Philadelphia. 

* 790 — 1 Fiftier on the light of Christ. Philadelphia, 1744. 

— 4 An examination of Robert Barclay's principles, with 
regard to man's natural ability fnice the fall. 

5 Martin's letter to Francis de Voltaire, vindicating the 

- people called Quakers from Lis remarks. Dublin, 
1749. 

—6 



Theology. Duodecimo. 147 

— 6 The vifion which Ifaac Childs faw in the year 1757, 
concerning Pennfylvania. 

— 7 The vifion of Thomas Say. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 8 The vifion of Ifaac Watts. Philadelphia, 1774. 

* 791 — 1 Advice from the monthly meeting of Friends, at Phi- 

ladelphia, 1732, concerning children and fervants. 

—3 Anthony Benezet on the plainnefs and innocent fimpli- 
city of the Chriftian religion. Philadelphia, 1782. 

— 4 A letter from Elizabeth Webb to Anthony William 
Boehm; with his anfwer. Philadelphia, 178 1. 

— 8 Benezet's ferious reflections on the times. Philadel- 
phia, 1778. 

— 10 Benezet's thoughts on the nature of war. Philadel- 
phia, 1776. 

— 1 1 Sayre's reafons for not figning the afTociation of New 
York. 

* 797 — g Methodifm anatomifed; or an alarm to Pennfylvania. 

Philadelphia, 1763. 

* 798 — 5 A letter from the bifnop of London, to the clergy 

and people of London and Weftminfter, on the late 
earthquakes. London, 1750. 

* 802 — 1 Den Rykdom der Genade uitgebreidet. (Title page 

loft.) 

— 2 The Lutheran catechifm in the Swedifli and Indian 
languages. (No title page.) 

—3 Een korte handleiding voor een onwedergeboren Son 
daar om tot Christus te koomen. Nieuw York, 
1740. 

* 804 — 1 La doctrine des batemes corrigee des fes corruptions. 

Par Guillaume Dell. Traduit de PAnglois. Lon- 
dres, 1743. 

— 2 Penfees fur la nature et le deffein du Chriftianifme. 
Seconde edition. Londres, 1759. 

818 The examiner examined; or Gilbert Tennent harmonious; 

in anfwer to a pamphlet, entitled, " The examiner; or 
Gilbert again ft Tennent." By Gilbert Tennent. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1743. 

819 The Deifm of William Penn and his brethren, deftructive 

to the Chriftian religion. By George Keith. London, 
1699. 

825 



148 Theology. Duodecimo. 

825 Dickinfon's difplay of God's fpecial grace; in a familiar 
dialogue. Philadelphia, 1743. 

* 836 5 Recognoifiance D'Obbe Philippe par laquelle il con- 

felfe que lui et deux qui ont enfeigne et enfeignent 
entre les Anabaptiftes n'ont nulle vocation legitime. 
A Leyde, 1595. 

842 La liturgie felon l'ufage de l'Eglife Anglicane. Londres, 
1704. 

865 The book of common prayer, as revifed by a convention 
of the Proteftant Epiicopal church of the United States 
of America. Philadelphia, 1786. 

867 Das kleine Davidifche pfalterfpiel der kinder Zions. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1 7 8 1 . Gift of Steiner and Cijl. 

* 870 — I Wright's expofition of the thirteenth chapter of the 

revelation of St. John. Dublin. Gift of Zachariah 
Poulfon, junr. 

676 Truth vindicated by the writings of Elizabeth Bathurft. 
London, 1665. Gift cf Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

884 L. Eliae Schedii de diis Germanis, five veterum German- 
orum, Gallorum, Britannorum, Vandaliorum reli- 
gione Syngrammata quatuor. Amfterodami, 1648. 

919 L. Marci Minucii Felicis de idolorum vanitate et Julius 
Firmicus de profana ac vera religione, cum notis. 
Oxoniae, 1662. 

922 L. Medulla theologiae per Gulielmum Amefium. Lon- 
dini, 1630. 

932 L. Hugo Grotius de veritate religionis Chriftianae. 
Sumptibus Seb. Cramoify, 1640. 

970 L. Hugo Grotius de veritate religionis Chriftianse. Am- 
ftelodami, 1669. 

974 L. Bellarminus enervatus five difputationes antibellarmi- 
nianse A Guilielmo Amefio, tomus tertius. Amfte- 
lodami, 1628. 

998 A reafonable word to the doctors of reafon. By N. 
Goldham. London, 1699. 

1006 A manufcript prayer book, written in Latin, on vellum, 
in the year 1060. 

IL Mythology. 



Mythology. Folio. 149 



IL Mythology. 



FOLIO. 

t 2 9 2 O PENCE'S Polymetis; or an enquiry concerning the 
£3 agreement between the works of the Roman poets, 
and remains of the ancient artifts ; with plates. Lon- 
don, 1755. 



QJJ A R T O. 

•j" 75 See page 88, (Voyages and Travels.) 

288 Bryant's analyfis of ancient mythology, whfcrein an at- 
tempt is made to diveft tradition of fables, &c. 2 vols, 

London, 1774. 



OCTAVO. 

f 257 The travels of Cyrus, by the chevalier Ramfey. To 
which is annexed his difcourfe upon the theology and 
mythology of the ancients. Third edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1728. 

478 Letters on mythology. London, 1748. 

550 A philofophical inquiry into the origin of our ideas of the 
fublime and beautiful; with an introductory difcourfe, 
concerning tafte, and feveral other additions. Fourth 
edition. London, 1764. 

t 771 See page 48, (Civil Hlflory.) 

1042 Cicero of the nature of the gods; with notes, and an en- 
quiry into the aftronomy and anatomy of the ancients. 
London, 1741. 

* 1069 — 1 



j jo Mythology. Octavo. 

1069 Platarchi de Ifide et Ofiride liber; a treatife of IHs 
and Ofiris. Greek and Englifh. Tranflated by- 
Samuel Squire. Cambridge, 1 744.. 

1762 The mythology and fables of the ancients explained from 
hiftory. By the abbe Banier. Tranflated from the 
French. Vol. 1. London, 1739. 



DUODECIMO. 

f 137 See page 65, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

J 324 See page 68, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

f 434 The temple of the mufes; or the principal hiftories of fa- 
bulous antiquity; with remarks. London, 1738. 

505 Cicero's three books, touching the nature of the gods. 
Tranflated into Englifh, with notes and illuftrations. 
London, 1683. 



III. Ethics ; or the Moral Syfcem in general. 



FOLIO. 

S9 r a 1 HE Philofophie, commonly called, the morals. 
| Written by Plutarch, and tranflated out of Greeke 
into Englifh, by Philemon Holland. London, 1663. 
Gift of jfofph Breintnall. 

433 L. Theatrum vitse humanss, authore Comado Lycoflhene. 
Bafilia^, 1565. 

442 L. Divini Platonis opera omnia q\ix extant, Grace et 
Latine. Lugduni, 1590. 

445 L. Seneca opera qucc extant omnia. A Lipfio emendata. 
Antverpise, 1632. 

QJJ A R T O. 



Ethics; or the Moral Syjlem. Quarto. 151 



QJJ A R T O. 

36 All the works of Epidtetus, which are now extant; pre- 
ferred by Arrian. Translated from the original Greek, 
by Elizabeth Carter; with an introduction and notes, 
by the tranflatrix. London, 1758. 

107 The hero. From the Spanifh of Balthafar Gracian; with 
remarks, moral, political and hiitorical, of the learned 
father J. de Courbeville. By a gentleman of Oxford, 
London, 1726. 

117 Difcourfes on all the principal branches of natural religion 
and focial virtue. By James Foiler. 2 vols. London, 
1749. 

f 129 See page 23, (Civil Hifiory.) 

141 Francis Hutchefon , s fyftem of moral Philofophy. To 
which is prefixed, fome account of the life and writings 
of the author, by William Leechman. 2 vols. Glas- 
gow, 1755. 

f 15S Seepage 115, (Theology.) 

172 An enquiry into the morals of the ancients, wherein the 
moral virtues are compared with thofe of the Chriftian 
world; with an enquiry into the caufes of their virtues, 
and the degeneracy of the Christians. By George En- 
gland. London, 1737. 

* 206 — 3 Pafiiones Animre per Renatum Des-Cartes. Amfte- 
rodami, 1664. Gift of john Murgatroyd. 

1/ / Obfervations concerning the diftincticn cf ranks in fo- 
«' f ciety. By John Millar. London, 1771 and 1781. 

$25 1 Stuart's view of fociety in Europe, in its progrefs from 
& > rudenefs to refinement; or enquiries concerning the 
380 J hi (lory of law, government and manners, Edinburgh, 
1778. Second edition, 1783. 

420 The epillles of Lucius Annaeus Seneca; with annotations. 
By Thomas Morell. 2 vols. London, 1786. 

425 Reid's effays on the intellectual powers of man. Edin- 
burgh, 1785. 

43° 



152 Ethics; or the Moral Syjiem. Quarto. 

430 Grant's effays on the origin of fociety, language, property, 
government, jurifdi&ion, contracts, and marriage; with 
illuftrations from the Greek and Gallic languages. Lon- 
don, 1785. 

439 Paley's principles of moral and political philofophy. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1786. 

453 Alexander's hiftory of Women, from the earliefi: antiquity 
to the prefent time. 2 vols. London, 1779. 

* 460 — 5 An oration on the influence of phyfical caufes upon 

the moral faculty. By Benjamin Rufh. Philadel- 
phia, 1786. 

# 506 — 1 Remarks on the flave-trade, and the flavery of the 

negroes. London, 1788. Gift of the Philadelphia 
fociety for promoting the abolition of flavery, 

517 L. Marci Antonini de rebus fuis, five de eis qux ad fe 
pertinere cenfebat libri XII. Studio et opera Tho- 
mas Gatakeri cui acceflit Marci Antonini vita. 
Londini, 1697. 

f 538 L, See page 30, (Civil Hi/lory.) 



OCTAVO. 

19 M. Tullius Cicero's Cato Major; or his difcourfe of old 
age. Translated into Englifti, with notes, by James 
Logan. Philadelphia, 1744. Gift of John Kinfey,junr. 

f 43 Smith's theory of moral fentiments ; with a difTertation 
on the origin of languages. Third edition. London, 
1767. 

45 Burgh on the dignity of human nature ; or an account of 
the means for attaining the true end of our exigence. 
2 vols. London, 1767. 

87 The morals of Cicero. Tranflated into Englifh, by Wil- 
liam Guthrie. London, 1744. 

91 Eflays on the characleriftics of the earl of Shaftfbury. 
By John Brown. Fourth edition. London, 1 755- 

152 An enquiry after happinefs. By Richard Lucas. Sixth 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1734. 

161 



Ethics; or the Moral Syjlem. O&avo. 153 

( The manners of the age ; written with a defign to expofe 
« f the vicious conduct of both fexes. London, 1733. 

175 The works of Monfieur De la Bruyere; containing, the 
moral characters of Theophraftus ; the characters of 
the prefenl age, and Bruyere's fpeeeh upon his admif- 
fion into the French academy; with an account of the 
life and writings of Monfieur Bruyere, by Monfieur 
Code. Alfo, an original chapter, Of the manner of 
living with great men, by N. Rowe. 2 vols. London, 
1723. 

1 §7 A treatife on virtue and happinefs. By Thomas Nettle- 
ton. Third edition. London, 1 751. 

243 — 1 A philofophical inquiry concerning human liberty. 
London, 17 17. 

317 Henry Grove's fyflem of moral phylofophy. Publifhed 
by Thomas Amory. 2 vols. London, 1755. 

334 Cicero's five books de Finibus; or concerning the laft ob- 
ject of defire and averfion. Translated into Englifh, 
by S. P. with a preface, by Jeremy Collier. To which 
is added, an apology for the philofophical writings of 
Cicero, by Henry Dodwell. London, 1 702. 

340 Sieur de Charron's three books on wifdom; with an ac- 
count of the author. Tranflated from the French into 
Englifh, by George Stanhope. Third edition. 3 vols. 
London, 1729. 

347 The gentleman inflructed, in the conduct of a virtuous 
and happy life; with a word to the ladies. Eleventh 
edition. London, 1738. 

357 The art of contentment. By the author of the whole 
duty of man. Oxford, 1689. 

365 Letters concerning tafte. Second edition. London, 1755. 

368 The morals of Epictetus; with the comment of Simpli- 
cius. Tranflated from the Greek into Englifh, by 
George Stanhope. With the life of Epictetus, from 
Monfieur Boileau. London, 1721. 

405 An elfay on the nature and conduct of the paffions and 
affections ; with illuftrations on the moral fenfe. Fourth 
edition. London, 1756. 

411 The gentleman and lady inflructed, in the principles of 
politenefs, prudence and virtue. Second edition. 2 
vols. London, 1759. Gift of David Hall 

U 



154 Ethics ; or the Moral Syftenu O&avo. 

465 Price's review of the principal queftions and difficulties in 
morals ; particularly thofe relating to the original of our 
ideas of virtue, &c. London, 1758. 

487 A differtation on the civil government of the Hebrews; 
in which the true defigns and nature of their govern- 
ment are explained, and vindicated. By Mofes Low- 
man. Second edition. London, 1745. 

J 524 See page 43, (Civil Hljlory.) 

529 Seneca's morals. To which is added, a difcourfe, enti- 
tled, " An after- thought," by Sir Roger L'Eftrange. 
Thirteenth edition. London, 1729. 

613 Cicero's Tufculan difputations. A new tranflation, by a 
gentleman. London, 1758. 

f 614 Epiftles, philofophical and moral, in verfe. London, 

1759- 
646 Various profpects, of mankind, nature and Providence. 
London, 1761. 

* 666 — 3 Dialogues on the ufes of foreign travel; between lord 
Shaftfbury and Mr. Locke. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1764. 

t 86 7l .... 

& > See page 50, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

t 943 J 

•j* 869 Seepage 127, (Theology.) 

882 EfTays on the principles of morality and natural religion. 
Edinburgh, 1751. 

t 93^1 

& > See page 129, (Theology.) 

t i 6 35J 

992 An enquiry into the human mind, on the principles of 
common fenfe. By Thomas Reid. London, 1769. 

1030 A difcourfe upon the origin and foundation of the inequa- 
lity of mankind. By John James Rouffeau. London, 
1761. 

1053 Phocion's converfations, on the relation between morality 
and politics. Translated from a Greek manufcript of 
. Nicceles, by abbe Mably; with notes, by William Mac 
Bean. London, 1769. 

* 1059— 1 



Ethics; or the Moral Syjlem. O&avo. 155 

* 1059 — I An account of that part of Africa, inhabited by the 

negroes; with refpedt to the fertility of the country; 
the good difpoiition of the natives, and the manner 
by which the flave-trade is carried on. Second edi- 
tion. Philadelphia, 1762. 

— 2 Woolman's confiderations on keeping negroes. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1762. 

— 3 Obfervations on the inflaving, importing and purchaf- 
ing of negroes. Second edition. Germantown, 
1760. 

1062 The light of nature purfued. By Edward Search. 3 
vols. London, 1768. 

1 1 95 Laslius; or an eflay on friendmip. By Marcus Tullius 
Cicero. With remarks, by William Melmoth. Vol. 2. 
London, 1777. 

1228 Dunbar's hiftory of mankind in rude and cultivated ages. 
London, 1780. 

1237 Andrew's remarks on the French and Englifh ladies. 
London, 1783. 

* 1279 — 2 Dialogues concerning innate principles. London, 

1779. 

1292 "J Ramfay's efTay on the treatment and converfion of 
& > African (laves in the Britilli fugar colonies. Lon- 

* 1415 — 1 J don, 1784. 

* 1 34.1 — 1 The juft limitation of llavery in the laws of God; 

with a copious appendix. By Granville Sharp. 
London, 1776. 

— 2 The law of paflive obedience; or Chriftian fubmifTion 
to perfonal injuries. By Granville Sharp. 

—-3 Granville Sharp on the law of liberty ; or royal law, 
by which all mankind will be judged! Earneftly re- 
commended to the ferious coniideratlon of all flave- 
holders. London, 1776. This volume the gift of the 
author, 

* 1347 — 2 An appendix to the repvefentation of the injuftice of 

tolerating flavery. By Granville Sharp. London, 
1772. Gift of the author. 

* 1^x5 — 2 Ramfay's inquiry into the effects of putting a flop to 

the flave-trade, &c. London, 1784. 

Ramfay's reply to the invectives and objections againft 
" An efTay on the treatment and converfion of 
African flaves." London, 1785. 

—4 






156 Ethics ; or the Moral Syjlem. Octavo. 

— 4 The cafe of the oppreffed Africans, refpectfully recom- 
mended to the confideration of the legiflature of 
Great Britain, by the people called Quakers. Lon- 
don, 1783. 

—5 Thoughts on the flavery of the negroes. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1785. 

— 6 A caution to Great Britain and her colonies, in a ihort 
reprefentation of the calamitous ftate of the enflav- 
ed negroes. By Anthony Benezet. London, 1784. 

—7 A ferious addrefs to the rulers of America, on the 
inconfiftency of their conduct refpecting flavery, 
London, 1783. 

3438") Clarkfon's effay on the flavery and commerce of the hu- 
& v man fpecies, particularly the African. London, 1786. 
1 641 j N°* 1641 the gift of the Philadelphia fociety for promoting 
the abolition of Jlavery. 

* 1464 — 4 Day's fragment of an original letter on the flavery of 

the negroes. London, 1784. 

1540 Les caracteres de Theophrafte traduits du Grec, avec les 
caracteres ou les Moeurs de ce Siecle. A Paris, 1699. 

* 1566 — 5 Bond's oration before the American Philofophical 

Society, in the year 1782. Philadelphia, 1782.. 

* 1572 — 9 The character of Eufebius; containing remarks on a 

late pamphlet, vindicating ftage-plays. Philadel- 
phia, 1757. 

•j* * 1584 — 1 See page 110, (Geography and Topography,) 

-—2 An effay in vindication of the colonies of America, 
from the cenfure of Mr. Adam Smith, in his 
" Theory of moral fentiments." With reflections 
on flavery in general. London, 1764. 

— 3 Slavery not forbidden by Scripture; or a defence of 
the Weft India planters. Philadelphia, 1773. 

— 4 An addrefs to the inhabitants of the Britifh fettle- 
ments in America, upon flave-keepmg. Second 
edition. With obfervations on a pamphlet, enti- 
tled, " Slavery not forbidden by Scripture, &c." 
Philadelphia, 1773. 

— 5 A vindication of the addrefs to the inhabitants of 
the Britifh fettlements, on the flavery of the 
negroes. Philadelphia, 1773. 

—6 



Etbkr for the Moral Syftenu O&avcu 157 

*—6 Perianal flavery eftablifhed, by the murages of cuf- 
tom and right reafon. Philadelphia, 1773. 

—7 A ferious addrefs to the rulers of America, on the 
inconfiftency of their conduct refpedting flavery.. 
Trenton, 1783. 

31613 A treatife on man, his intellectual faculties and his edu- 
cation. By M. Helvetius. Translated from the French, 
with notes, by William Hooper. 2 vols. London, 1777. 

* 1628' — 3 Confederations on flavery, and the expediency of its 

abolition. Burlington, 1773. Gift of Zachariah 
Poulfon, junr. 

* *°39 — 1 A fragment of an original letter on the flavery of the 

negroes, by Thomas Day. London, 1784. 

— -2 Ramfay's inquiry into the effects of putting a flop to 
the African flave-trade, and of granting liberty to 
the flaves in the Britifh colonies. London, 1784. 

—3 A letter from captain J. S. Smith to the reverend Mr. 
Hill, on the ftate of the negroe flaves; with an in- 
troduction and remarks on free negroes, &c. by the 
editor. London, 1786. 

- — 4 An account of the flave-trade on the coafl of Africa. 
By Alexander Falconbridge. London, 1788. 

•—5 A general view of the African flave-trade, demon- 
strating its injuftice and impolicy; with hints to- 
wards a bill for its abolition. London, 1788. This 
volume the gift of the Philadelphia fociety for promoting 
. the abolition of flavery, 

1685 L> Boethii confolationis philofophise libri V. cum notis 
Johannis Bernartii, Theodori Sitzmani et Renati 
Vallini. Lugduni Batavorum, 1621. 

1697 L» Marci Antonini imperatoris eorum quse ad feipfum 
libri XII. Oxoniae, 1704. 

-f 1 701 L. See page 63, (Civil Hi/lory. J 

1719 L. Ethices compendium in ufum Academics Juventutis, 
Authore Daniele Whitby. Oxonii, 1 684. 

* 1 751 — * Effays on the employment of time. Third edition. 
London, 1754. 

t — 3 A philofophical enquiry concerning human liberty. 
Fourth edition. Glafgow, 1749. 

*7J5 



158 Ethics; or the Moral Syjlenu Octavo. 

1 1SS £* e * a verity ou meditations fur les moyens de parvenir a 
la verite dans toutes les connoiffances humaines. Par 
J. P. Briflbt de Warvilie. A Neuchatel, 1782. Gift oj 
the author. 

* l 15% — 3 ^ n e ^7 on marriage; or the lawfulnefs of divorce, 
in certain cafes, confidered. Philadelphia, 1788. 
Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

— 7 An oration, delivered before the American Philofophi- 
cal Society, in Philadelphia, on the twenty-feventh 
of February, 1786; containing an enquiry into the 
influence of phyfical caufes upon the moral faculty. 
By Benjamin Rufh. London, 1786. 

— 8 An enquiry into the effects of public punifhments up- 
on criminals, and upon fociety. By Benjamin Ruin. 
Second edition. London, 1787. This, and the pre* 
ceding pamphlet, the gift of the author. 



DUODECIMO. 

fj A collection of the moral and inRruclive fentiments, 
maxims, cautions, and reflections, contained in the 
hiftories of Pamela, Clarifla and Sir Charles Grandifon. 
London, 1755. 

40 Moral efTays, contained in feveral treatifes on many im- 
portant duties. Written in French, by Mefiieurs Du 
Portroyal. Tranflated into Engliih by a perfon of 
quality. Fourth edition. 4 vols. London, 1724. 

58 A new tranflation of the morals of Seneca. To which is 
prefixed, feme account cf his life; with the opinions of 
the ancients concerning his writings. By George Ben- 
net. London, 1745. 

84 Manners. Tranflated from the French. Third edition. 
London, 1752. 

108 The family inftructor; relating to fathers and children; 
matters and fervants; hufbands and wives. Fifteenth 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1761. 

147 Cicero's three books of offices, in Engliih; with notes, 
explaining the method and meaning ojf the author. 
Second edition. London, 1706. 

189 



Ethics ; or the Moral Syft 'em. Duodecimo. 159 

280 Introduclio ad prudcntiam; or directions, counfels and 
cautions, tending to the prudent management of affairs 
in common life. By Thomas Fuller. Second edition. 
2 vols. London, 1740. 

181 The art of right thinking, aflifted and improved by fuch 
notions as men of fenie have left in their writings. By 
Thomas Fuller. 2 vols. London, 173 1. 

204 Cicero's two elTays of old age, and of friendfhip; with- 
his focial paradoxes, and Scipio's dream. Tranflated 
into Engiifh by Mr. Parker. Third edition. London, 
1727. 

257 The gentleman's library; containing rules fcr conduct in 
life. Third edition. London, 1734. 

288 Centaur not fabulous; in fix letters to a friend on the life 
in vogue. By Edward Young. Third edition. Lon- 
don, 1755. 

313 An enquiry concerning the principles of morals. By 
David Hume. London, 1751. 

316 Sermons to afTes. Third edition. Philadelphia, 1769. 
Gift of jfohn Dun/aj>. 

335 The club; or a grey cap for a green head; containing max- 
ims, advice and cautions ; being a dialogue between a 
father and fon. Seventh edition. Dublin, 1743. 

337 Friendly and familiar advices, adapted to the various Ra- 
tions and conditions of life. By lord Dunn. Edinburgh, 

*754- 

356 A treatife on the government of the tongue. By the 
author of the whole duty of man, &c. Oxford, 1675. 

367 An enquiry after happinefs. By Richard Lucas. Eighth 
edition. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1754. 

403 Moral maxims, by the duke de la Roche Foucault. Tranf- 
lated from the French, with notes. London, 1 749. 

r. ^ / Sermons to young women. By James Fordyce. Fifth 

( edition. 2 vols. London, 1768. 
4°5J 

427 A treatife on virtue and happinefs. By William Nettle- 
ton. Sixth edition. Glafgow, 175L. 

450 The morals of Confucius, a Chinefe philofopher. Lon- 
don, 1724. 

493 All flave-keepers, that keep the innocent in bondage, 
apoftates. By Benjamin Lay. Philadelphia, 1737. 

529 



160 Ethics.; or the Moral Syftem. Duodecimo. 

529 Hutch efon's introduction to moral philofophy; containing 
the elements of ethics, and the law of nature. Tranf- 
kted from the Latin. Second edition. Glafgow, 1753. 

556 The doctrine of the paffions, explained and improved; or 
a comprehenfive icheme of the natural affections of 
mankind; with moral and divine rules for the regula- 
tion of them. By Ilaac Watts. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1732. 

566 The bankette of Sapience, compyltd by Syr Thomas 
Eliot. London, 1534. 

* 602 — 1 Extract from a reprefentation of the injustice of tole- 

rating flavery. By Granville Sharp. Philadelphia, 
1771. 

— 2 Benezet's caution and warning to Great Britain and 
her colonies, in a reprefentation of the itate of the 
enflaved negroes. Philadelphia, 1767. 

: — 3 Extract from an addrefs in the Virginia gazette, on 
the iniquity of the flave-trade. 1767. 

637 An efTay on the character, manners and genius of wo- 
men; enlarged from the French of M. Thomas, by 
Mr. Ruflell. Philadelphia, 1774. Gift of Robert Airten, 

* 655 — 1 An account of the baneful effects of the ufe of diftilled 

fpirituous liquors, and the flavery of the negroes. 
By Anthony Benezet. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 2 Wefley's thoughts upon flavery. Philadelphia, 1 7 74. 

665 A father's legacy to his daughter, by Doctor Gregory. 
Philadelphia, 1775. Gift of Robert Ait ken* 

699 AddrefTes to young men. By James Fordyce. Second 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1777. 

♦714 — 1 EfTays, addrefled to young married women. By Mrs- 
Griffith. London, 1782. 

739 Maxims and reflections. London, 1785. 

* 778—2 Obfervations upon negro-flavery. By Charles Craw- 

ford. Philadelphia, 1784. Gift cf fhe author. 

* 79° — 5 Obfervations on flave-Jieeping. Philadelphia, 1772. 

* 79 1 — * 



Ethics ; or the Moral Syftem. Duodecimo. 161 

* 791 — 2 A caution and warning to Great Britain and her colo- 

nies, in a reprefentation of the ftate of the enflaved 
negroes. By Anthony Benezet. Philadelphia, 1767. 

— 6 Notes on the Have- trade, &c. By Anthony Benezet. 

— 7 Extract from an addrefs in the Virginia gazette, on 
the iniquity of the Have-trade. 1767. 

808 La morale univerfelle. Par le Sr. des Couftures. A la 
Haye, 1705. 

820 Les confeils de la fageffe ou le recueil des maximes de 
Solomon. Paris, 1705. 

* $36 — 4 Heraclite 011 de la vanite et mifere de la vie rramame. 

Par P. du Moulin. Middlebourg, 1610. 

•f 868 See page 71, (Civil Hi/lory. J 

* 874 — 5 "J A view of the flave-trade, and the probable confe- 

rs J- quences of its abolition. London, 1787. Gift of 

* 875 — 3 J Doctor Thomas Parke. 

* 875 — 2 NickohV letter to the treafurer of the fociety for 

effecting the abolition of the flave-trade. London, 
1788. Gift of DoEtor Thomas Parke. 

* 877 — 2 The polite philofopher; or an effay on the art which 

makes a man happy in himfelf, and agreeable to 
others. Ninth edition. Philadelphia, 1781. Gift 
of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

* 878 — I Thoughts upon flavery. By John Wefley. Fourth 

edition. Dublin, 1775. 

— 2 Letters on the flave-trade. By Thomas Cooper. Man- 
chester, 1787. 

— 3 A fummary view of the flave-trade, and the probable 
confequences of its abolition. London, 1787. 

— 4 Thoughts upon the African flave-trade. By John 
Newton. London, 1788. 

— 5 A letter to the treafurer of the fociety for effecting the 
abolition of the flave-trade, from the reverend Ro- 
bert Boucher Nickolls. London, 1788. This vo- 
lume the gift of the Philadelphia fociety for promoting the 
abolition of flavery. 

885 L. Hieroclis philofophi commentarius m aurea Pythago- 

reorum carmina. Joan. Curterio interprete. Grace 
et Latine. Londini, 1673. 

886 L. S. PufFendorfii de officio hommis et civis juxta legem 

naturalem libri duo. Cantabrigiae, 1701, 

X 0,09 L* 



1 62 Ethics; or the Moral Syjlem. Duodecimo. 

909 L. Epicteti Enchiridion, Cebetis Thebani tabula, Theo 
phrafti chara&eres ethici, Prodici Hercules et Cice- 
ronis de exilio dialogus, Grasce cum verfione Latina. 
Oxonii, 1680. 

960 L. Elementa philofophica de cive. Auclore Thorns 
Hobbes Malmefburienfi. Amfterodami, 1657. 



IV. Grammars, Diclionaries 8c Treaiifes on Education. 



FOLIO. 

24 A DICTIONARY of the Englifh language; to 
JLJL which is prefixed, a hiitory of the language and an 
Englifh grammar. By Samuel Johnfon. 2 vols. 
London, 1755. 

78 Phillips's new world of words; or univerfal Englilh dicti- 
onary. London, 1720. 

87 An efTay towards a real character and a philofophical lan- 
guage. By John Wilkins. London, 1668. 

106 Diclionarium Britannicum; or a complete univerfal 
etymological dictionary. By Nathaniel Bailey. Lon- 
don, 1738. 

300 Di&ionaire de l'Academie Frangoife. II. torn. A Paris, 
1762. 

363 Lexicon Pentaglottcn, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syria- 
cum, Talmudico-Rabbinicum et Arabicum. Au&ore 
Valentino Schindlero (Ederano. Iianovise, A. D. 
1612. 

425 L* • Roberti Stephani Thefaurus Lingux Latinse. Tomi 
III. Londini, 1734. 

436 L. 



.■Grammars, Didionaries, 8cc. Folio. 163 

436 L. Minfheu's guide to the tongues; or the etymologies 
and fignifications of the Englifh, Low Dutch, 
High Dutch, French, Italian, Spanifh, Latin, 
Greek, and Hebrew languages. London, 1627. 

447 L. Lexicon Grseco-Latinum Roberti Conftantini. A. D* 
1592. 

454 L. Linguae Anglicanse etymologicon. Authore Stephano 
Skinner. London, 1671. 

45 7 L. Nizolius five Thefaurus Ciceronianus pod Nizolii et 
aliorum operas per Marcellum Squarcialupum Plum- 
binenfem digeftus et illuftratus. Bafileae, 1576. 

460 L. Joh. Scapula* lexicon Grseco-latinum novum. Londini, 
1637. 

471 L. Suidas lexicon, Graece et Latine. Colonic Allobro- 
gum, 1 61 9. 

487 L. Matthsei Martinii lexicon philologicum Latinum 
Bremss, 1623. 

491 L. Voflii etymologicon Linguae Latinae. Amftelodami, 
1662. 

502 Z~ Ambrofii Calepini dictionarium Latinum Parifiis, 

1534- 



QJJ ARTO, 

125 Chriflian Ludwig's dictionary; Englifh, German and 
French. Second edition. 2 vols. 1736. 

132 A new dictionary, Spanifh and Englifh, and Englifh and 

Spanifh. By John Stevens. London, 1726. 

133 A dictionary, Italian and Englifh, and Englifh and Italian. 

By F. Altieri. 2 vols. London, 1727. 

189 A compendious dictionary of the Latin tongue. By Ro- 
bert Ainfworth. London, 1736. 

227 Sheridan's courfe of lectures on elocution; with two dif- 
fertations on language, and fome other tracts on the 
fame fubjects. London, 1762. 

355 Sheridan's dictionary of the Englifh language, for efta- 
blifhing a ftandard of pronunciation; with a rhetorical 
grammar. 2 vols. London, 1780. 

539 L. Boyer's French and EngliPn dictionary. London, 1699. 

OCTAVO 



164 Grammars^ Dictionaries ', &c. O&avo, 



OCTAVO, 

•J* 43 See page 152, (Ethics.) 

58 Britifh education; or the fource of the diforders in Great 
Britain; being an efTay towards proving that immoral- 
ity, ignorance and falfe tafte, are the natural cenfe- 
quences of the prefent defective fyftem of education. 
By Thomas Sheridan. London, 1756. 

163 The Italian matter; or the eafieft method for attaining 

that language, by fignior Veneroni. To which is added, 
a dictionary, compofedby the author of this grammar. 
Second edition. London, 1729. 

164 Rollin's method of teaching and ftudying the belles let- 

tres; or an introduction to languages, poetry, rhetoric, 
hiftory, moral philofophy, phyfics, &c. with refleclions 
on tafte, and inftruclions with regard to eloquence. 
Tranflated from the French. Second edition. 4 vols. 
London, 1737. 

^^ / Dialogues concerning education. Second edition. 2 
, f vols. London, 1745. 

501 Four eflays upon the Englifh language; with a catalogue 
of Englifh verbs. By John Ward. London, 1758. 

523 A new Spaniih grammar. By John Stevens. London 
1725. 

641 A Portuguefe and Englifh, and Englifh and Portuguefe 
grammar. By John Cadre Second edition. Lon- 
don, J 75 1. 

701 An Englifh and Portuguefe grammar. London, 173 1. 

836 A new method of learning with facility the Latin tongue; 
with a treatife on Latin poetry. Tranflated from the 
French of Meffieurs Du Port-royal. 2 vols. London, 
1758. 

855 A new German grammar; with feveral ufeful dialogues. 
By Benedi&us Beiler. Second edition. London, 1736. 

1066 A complete German grammar. By John James Bach- 
mair. Philadelphia, 1772. Gift of Henry Miller. 

1 198 Prieftley's mifcellaneous obfervations relating to education. 
Bath, 1778. 

1241 



Grammars, Dictionaries, &c. O&avo. 165 

1241 A new dictionary of the Englifh language; with a com* 
prehenfive grammar. By John Afh. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1775. 

1250 Perrin's grammar of the French tongue. Third edition. 
Philadelphia, 1779. 

1252 Buchanan's regular Englifh fyntax. Second edition, 
Philadelphia, 1780. Gift of Steiner and Ci/L 

1338 Granville Sharp's treatife en the Englifh tongue; being an 
attempt to render the reading and pronunciation of the 
fame more eafy to foreigners. In Englifh and French. 
London, 1767. Gift of the author. 

I390 Nare's elements of orthoepy; containing a view of the 
analogy of the Englifh language. London, 1784. 

1419 Epea pteroenta; or the diverfions of Purley. By John 
Home Tooke. London, 1786. 

1647 L* Calligraphia oratoria Linguse Grsecs ad proprietatem 
elegantiam et copiam Graeci fermonis a Johanne 
Poilelio concinnata. Francofurti, 1595. 

1655 L. Grammatica Bufbeiana, i. e. Rudimentum grammati- 
cs Grsco-Latinae metricum. Londini, 1732. 

j 684 L. Clavis Homerica. Londini, 1727. 

1686 L. A fhort introduction to grammar for the attainment of 

the Latin tongue. Oxford, 17 14. 

1687 jL. Nouvelle methode pour apprendre facilement la lan- 

guage Grseque. A Paris, 1682. 

1709 L. Robertfon's Englifh and Latin phrafe dictionary. 
Cambridge, 1693. 

1723 L. Grsscas grammatices rudimenta in ufum fcholas Weft- 
monafterienfis. Londini, 1683. 

1728 L. Thorns Efpenii rudimenta Linguas Arabkae. Lutetise 
Pari iio rum, 1638. 

1740 L. Angeli Cauinii Ellenifmus cum Indice Graecarum 
Latinarumque vocum per Carolum Hanbsefium. 
Parifiis, 1578. 

1744 L. Walker's treatife of Englifh particles, fhewing the 
variety of their fignifications and ufes in Englifh. 
Eleventh edition. London, 1695. 

1 749 Z. The gate of languages unlocked ; containing a ready 
way to learn the Latin and Englifh. London, 1652. 

DUODECIMO. 



1 66 Grammars, Dictionaries, &c. Duodecimo. 



DUODECIMO. 

14 The royal univerfal Britifh grammar and vocabulary. 
By D. Farro. Third edition. London, 1754. 

** 1 Some thoughts concerning education. By John Locke. 

, V Ninth edition. London, 1732. 
268 J /%1 

149 Rollin's method of teaching and ftudying the belles let- 
tres; or an introduction to languages, poetry, rhetoric, 
hiftory, &c. with reflections on tafle, and inftructions- 
with regard to eloquence. Tranflated from the French. 
Fifth edition. 4 vols. London, 1758. 

216 Inftruetions for the education of a daughter, by Mr. 
Fenelon. To which is added, a fmall tra<5t of inftruc- 
tions for the conduct of young ladies of the highefl 
rank; with fui table devotions. Tranflated into Englifh, 
by Dr. George Hickes. Fourth edition. London, 1721. 

301 A rational grammar; with eafy rules in Englifh to learn 

Latin. By I. T. Philipps. Second edition. London, 

'73 1 - 

302 An effay towards a practical Englifh grammar. By James 

Greenwood. Fifth edition. London, 1753. 

303 A grammar of the Englifh tongue ; and the arts of logic, 

rhetoric, poetry, &c. with notes. Fifth edition. Lon- 
don, 1728. 

331 A new Englifh grammar. Dublin, 1743. 

332 A practical grammar of the Englifh tongue. By William 

Laughton. Fourth edition. London, 1 740. 

342 "J An effay on fludy; wherein directions are given for the 
& >■ due conduct, thereof; and the collection of a library 
389 J proper for the purpofe. By John Clarke. Second 
edition. London, 1737. 

410 The French fcholar's guide; or an eafy help for tranflat- 
ing French into Englifh. By Peter Hudfon. Second 
edition. London, 1756. Gift of George Keith, of Lon- 
don* 

490 The royal grammar, reformed into a more eafy method 
for the better understanding of the Englifh, and more 
fpeedy attainment of the Latin tongue. London, 1695. 

575 



Grammars, Dictionaries, &c. Duodecimo. 167 

575 An effay on the fhidy of literature. Written originally in 
French, by Edward Gibbon; and now tranflated into 
Englifh. London, 1764. 

585 The rudiments of Englifh grammar. By Jofeph PriefUey. 
London, 1 769. 

587! PvOufTeau's Emilius and Sophia; or a new fyflem of edu- 

& > cation; with plates. Tranflated from the French, by 

853 J the tranflator of Eloifa. 4 vols. London, 1767 and 

17S3. 

f 591 An effay on the education of children; with an appendix, 

concerning their difeafes. Tranflated from the German 

of John Goitlob Kruger. London, 1765. 

622 Boyer's French grammar. (Title page lofl.) 

692 Knox on liberal education; or a practical treatife on the 
methods of acquiring ufeful learning. Sixth edition. 
London, 1783. 

728 Letters containing a plan of education for rural acade- 
mies. London, 1783. 

766 An effay on punctuation. Second edition. London, 1785. 

770 Female tuition; or an addrefs to mothers, on the educa- 
tion of daughters. Second edition. London, 1786. 

777 Afli's grammatical inftitutes; or an eafy introduction to 
Doctor Lowth's Englifh grammar. London, 1786. 

. 817 Zeifberger's eiTay of a Delaware-indian and Englifh fpel- 
ling-book. Philadelphia, 1776. 

857 An introduction to the ftudy of polite literature. Second 
edition. Vol. 1. London, 1785, 

859 Chapcne's letters on the improvement of the mind; ad- 
drefTed to a young lady. 2 vols. London, 1787. 

* 870 — 6 A plan for the eftablifhment of public fchools, &c. in 

Pennfylvania; with thoughts upon the mode of 
education, proper in a republic. Philadelphia, 
j 786. ; 

— 7 An addrefs on the importance of female education. 
By Jofeph Pilmore. Philadelphia, 1788. This, and 
the preceding pamphlet, the gift of Zachariah Poulfon, 
junr. 

* 877 — 1 Lord ChefterHeld's advice to his fon, on men and 

manners; or a new fyftem of education, in which 
the principles of politenefs, &c. are laid down. 
Philadelphia, 1781. Gift of Zachariah Poufon, junr. 

918 £• 



i6*& Grammars •, Diclionaries, &c. Duodecimo. 

918 L. Formulae oratorize in ufum fcholarum per Johannem 
Clark. 

g$$ L. Inititutiones Lingus Grsecse olim a Nicholao Cleuardo- 
fcriptae nunc itudio Gerardi Jo. Voflii. Amftelo- 
dami, 1660. 

9jS L. Gerardi Jo. Voflii et aliorum differ tationes de ftudiis 
bene mflituendis. Trajecli ad Rheuum, 1658. 



V. Logic, Rhetoric and Critic ifm. 



FOLIO. 

323 "Q HETO RICO RUM M. T. Ciceronis libri IV. 
X\_ cum notis Francifci Maturantii et Antonii Mauco- 
neili. Lutetiss, 1508. 

423 L. Demofthenis et Eubinis opera Grsece et Latine cum 
notis H. Wolil. Frankofurti, 1504. 

451 L. Euftathii archiepifcopi ThefTalonise in Homeri iliadis et 
odyifae libros parekbolai. II. tomi. Bafiliae, 1560. 

495 L. Cenfura celebriorum authorum, five tractatus in quo 
varia virorum do&orum de clariffimis cujufque fe- 
culi Scriptoribus judicia traduntur. Authore Thoma 
Pope Blount. Londini, 1690. 



QJJ ARTO, 



Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm. Quarto. 169 



QJJ A R T O. 

f 119 Seepage 23, (Civil Hi/lory.) 
f 270 See page 116, (Theology,) 

290 "J The hiftory of Englifh poetry, from the clofe of the ele- 
& > venth, to the commencement of the eighteenth centu- 

358 j ry; with two differtations, — the flrft, On the origin of 
romantic fiction in Europe; and the fecond, On the 
introduction of learning in England. By Thomas 
Warton. Vol. 1. London, 1774. Second edition. 
3 vols. London, 1775. 

340 Blair's lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres. 2 vols. 
London, 1783. 

* 374 — 14 An inquiry into fome paflages in Doctor Johnfon's 

lives of the poets; particularly his obfervations on 
Lyric poetry, and the odes of Gray. By R. Pot- 
ter. London, 1783. 

* 387 — 2 Obfervations on Doctor Johnfon's life of Hammond. 

London, 1782^ 

•j* 510 L. Acta eruditorurri ab anno 1682 ad annum 1722 publi- 
cata. XLI. tomi. Lipfiae. 

•J* 511 L. Actorum eruditorum quse Lipfiae publicantur fupple- 
menta. Tomi fex. Lipfiae, ab anno 1692 ad 
annum 1717. 

f 5 1 2 L. Actorum orbis eruditi quae Lipfiae publicantur decenni- 
um cum indicibus ampliflimis. Tomi tres. Lipfise, 
1693. 

525 /,. Lyra prophetica Davidis Regis five analyfis critica 
practica pfalmorum. Studio Victorini Bythneri. 
Londini, 1664. 

551 L. Gerardi Joannis Voflii poeticarum inftitutionum libri 
tres. Amftelodami, 1647. 



OCTAVO. 



170 Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm, Octavo. 



OCTAVO. 

t 3 See page 31, (Civil Hiftory.) 

13 An effay concerning human underftanding. By John 
Locke. Fourteenth edition. 2 vols. London, 1753. 

24 Critical obfervations on Shakefpear. By John Upton. 
Second edition. Lone* on, 1748. 

50 An enquiry into the life and writings of Homer. Second 
edition. London, 1736. 

52 Proofs of the enquiry into the life and writings of Ho- 
mer. London, 1748. 

88 M. T. Cicero de oratore; or his dialogues upon the cha- 
racter and qualifications of an orator. Tranflated into 
Englifh, with notes, a preface, and an alphabetical ex- 
planation of the terms ufed by the author. By William 
Guthrie. London, 1742. 

103 Frefhoy's new method of ftudying hiftory, geography 
and chronology, with a catalogue of the chief hiftori- 
ans of all nations, the bell edition of their works, and 
characters of them. Tranflated from the French, with 
a variety of improvements, by Richard Rawlinfon. 
To which is added, a differtation concerning the ufe of 
inferiptions and medals, by count Scipio MafFei. 2 
vols. London, 1730. 

f 128 See page 34, (Civil Hiftory.) 

192 The monthly review; or literary journal; beginning in 

May, 1749, and continued to the prefent time. 79 
vols. London. 

1394 Ayfcough's general index to the monthly review, from its 
commencement, to the end of the feventieth volume. 
2 vols. London, 1786. 

193 Home's elements of criticifm. Third edition. 2 vols. 

Edinburgh, 1765. 
# 243 — 2 A difcourfe concerning ridicule and irony in writing. 
London, 1729. 
255 A difcourfe of Logomachys; or controverfys about words, 
fo common among learned men; with a dilfertation 
concerning meteors of ftile, or falfe fublimity. By Sa- 
muel Werenfclfius. Tranflated from the Latin. Lon- 
don, 1 71 1. 

278 



Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm. O&avo. 171 

278 Richardfon's explanatory notes and remarks on " Milton's 
Paradife loft;" with the life of the author, and a dif- 
courfe on the poem. London, 1734. 

293 The critical works of Monfieur Rapin. Tranflated into 
Englifh, by Bafil Kennet. Third edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1731. 

300 Cicero's orations. Tranflated into Englifh, by William 
Guthrie. Third edition. 3 vols. London, 1758. 

304"! Watts's logic; or the right ufe of reafon in the enquiry 

& > after truth; with a variety of rules to guard againft 

768 J error, in the affairs of religion and human life, as well 

as in the fciences. Eleventh edition. London, 1760. 

319 The orations and epiftles of Ifocrates. Tranflated from 
the Greek, by Joihua Dinfdale. London, 1752. 

349 1 Dionyfius Longinus on the fublime. Tranflated from 
& > the Greek, with notes, and fome account of the life 

367 J and writings of the author, by William Smith. Lon- 
don, 1739. Second edition. London, 1742. N°. 
367 the gift of John Kinfey, junr. 

387 A new treatife of the art of thinking; or a complete fyf- 
tem of reflections, concerning the conduct and improve- 
ment of the mind. Tranflated from the French of M. 
Croufaz. 2 vols. London, 1724. 

400 Reflections upon accuracy of flyle; containing the chief 
rules to be obferved for obtaining an accurate ftyle, and 
obfervations upon all the faults and beauties of writing. 
By John Conftable. London, 1734. 

462 The art of fpeaking; exhibiting a variety of matter for 
practice. London, 1761. 

481 Bohours' art of logic and rhetoric, illuftrated by exam- 
ples taken out of the befl authors. London, 1728. 

522 An introduction to languages, literary and philofophical ; 
efpecially to the Englifh, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew; 
exhibiting at one view, their grammar, rationale, ana- 
logy, and idiom. By Anfelm Bayly. London, 1758. 

539 An effay on the genius and writings of Alexander Pope. 
Second edition. London. 

612 Lectures concerning oratory. By John Lawfon. Lon- 
don, 1759. 

653 An eiTay on the compofition and manner of writing of 
the ancients, particularly Plato. By James Geddes. 
Glafgow, 1748. 

676 



172 Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm, O&avo. 

676 All the orations of Demofthenes, pronounced to excite 
the Athenians againft Philip, king of Macedon. Trans- 
lated into Englilh, by Thomas Leland. Second edition. 
London, 1757. 

704 Archbifhop Fenelon's dialogues concerning eloquence in 
general, and particularly that kind which is fit for the 
pulpit; with his letter concerning rhetoric, poetry, hif- 
tory, and a comparifon betwixt the ancients and 
moderns. Tranflated from the French, by "William 
Stevenfon. London, 1722. 

718 1 An efiay on the origin of human knowledge; being a 
& J- Supplement to " Locke's effay on the human under- 

1085 J ftanding." Tranflated from the French of the abbe 

de Condillac, by Mr. Nugent. London, 1756. 

f 800 See page 49, (Civil Hiflory.) 

824 The canons of criticifm and gloffary; the trial of the let- 
ter Y; and fonnets. By Thomas Edwards. London, 
1758. J 

•J* 830 Seepage 127, (Theology.) 

850 The prefent ftate of the republic of letters, from July, 
1733, to December, 1736, inclufive. 6 vols. 

872 Difcourfes on ecclefiaflical hiflory. Written in French, by 
the abbe de Fleury, and now tranflated into Englifh. 
1721. 

98 1 A fyftem of oratory, delivered in a courfe. of lectures, at 
Grefliam college. 2 vols. London, 1759. 

1086 The critical review; or annals of literature; from the 

year 1756, to the year 1788, inclufive. By a fociety 
of gentlemen. 66 vols. London. 

* 1 108 — i A vindication of lord Shaftefbury on the fubject of 
ridicule. London, 1751. 

« — 3 Llewelyn's hiflorical and critical remarks on the Britifh 
tongue, and its connection with the languages; 
founded on its ftate in the Welch Bible. London, 
1769. 

1 157 Wotton's reflections upon ancient and modern learning. 
With a differtation upon the epiftles of Themiftocles, 
Socrates, Euripides, &c. and the fables of jEfop. By 
R. Bentley. Third edition. London, 1705. 

"74 



Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm. ®ctavo. 173 

1 1 74 Campbell's philofophy of rhetoric. 2 vols. London, 
1776. 

1192 Harris's philofophical enquiries. 2 vols. London, 178 1. 

1223 Warton's efTay on the genius and writings of Pope. 
Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 1782. 

1235 — 1 Warton's enquiry into the authenticity of the poems 
attributed to Thomas Rowley. Second edition. 
London, 1782. 

1381 Scott's critical efTays on fome of the poems of feveral En- 
glifh poets; with an account of the life and writings of 
the author, by Mr. Hoole. London, 1785. 

1397 Monboddo on the origin and progrefs of language. Se- 
cond edition. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1784. 

1432 Heron's letters on literature. London, 1785. 

1462 — 1 A criticifm on the elegy written in a country church 
yard; being a continuation of Doctor Johhfon's 
criticifm on the poems of Gray. London, 1783. 

15 15 Notizia dei libri rari nella lingua Italiana. Londini, 1726. 

I542 Apologie de M. de la Bruyere ou reponfe a la critique des 
caracleres de Theophrafte. Paris, 1701. 

1545 Syfteme de logique abrege par de Croufaz. Laufanne, 

1735- 
1 61 2 Lowth's lectures on the facred poetry of the Hebrews. 

Tranllated from the Latin, by S. Gregory. 2 vols. 

London, 1787. 

1 61 9 — 1 Remarks on the travels of the marquis de Chaftellux 
in North America. London, 1787. . 

1620 Examen critique des voyages dans L'Amerique feptentrio- 
nale de M. le marquis de Chaftellux par J. P. Brirfot de 
Warville. Londres, 1786. 

1657 L. Julii Casfaris Scaligeri poetices libri feptem ad Sylvium 
filium. Apud Petrum Santandreanum, 1594. 

1689 L, Joannis Clerici ars critica. London. 

1 705 L. Francifci Sanctii Brorenfis Minerva feu de caufis linguae 
Latins commentarius, cum notis Scioppii et Peri- 
zonii. Amftelodami, 17 14. 

f 720 L. Julii Scaligeri de caufis Linguse Latinae libri tredecem. 
In Bibliopolio Commelimiano, 1732. 

1727 L. 



174 Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm. O&avo. 

1727 Z. Dionifii Longini de grandi five fublimi genere orationis 
liber. Grace et Latine. A Gab. de Petra redditus. 
•Geneva*, 17 12. 

1733 L. Ifocratis orationes et epiftolac Grace cum Latina in- 
terpretatione Hieronymi Wolffii. Cantabrigiae, 
1686. 

1741 L, Quintiliani InlHtutionum oratoriarum libri duodecem 
cum Parei fpicilegio et Quintilianorum declamati- 
onibus. Francofurti, 1629. 



DUODECIMO. 

* 

So The elements of logic; defigned to prepare the way to the 
fludy of philofophy and the mathematics. By William 
Duncan. Third edition. London, 1752. Gift of An- 
drew Burr. 

112 An effay on Mr. Pope's OdyrTey. By Mr. Spence. Third 
edition. London, 1747. 

114 Blackwall's defence of the facred elaffics; or an efTay to- 
wards proving the purity and eloquence of the writers 
of the New Teftament. Third edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1737. 

155 A difTertation on reading the claffics, and forming a juft 
ftyle. By Henry Felton. Fourth edition. London, 
1730. 

* 156 — 2 Voflii elementa rhetorica cui interpungendi ratio ad- 
jicitur. Londini, 1724. 

f 182 See page 66, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

198 Rapin's reflections on Ariftotle's treatife of poefie; con- 
taining the necefiary rules for epic, dramatic, and the 
other forts of poetry ; with reflections on the works of 
the ancient and modern poets. London, 1674. 

352 Ozell's logic; or the art of thinking. Tranflated from the 
French. London, 1717. 

362 Monitio logica; or an abftract and tranflation of Burgerf- 
dicius's logic. By a perfon of quality. London, 1697. 
Gft of Benjamin Franklin. 

553 



Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm. Duodecimo. 175 

55$ Longinus on the fublime. Translated from the Greek, 
with notes, and fome account of the life and writings 
of the author, by William Smith. Fifth edition. Lon- 
don, 1757. 

568 Remarks on the writings and conduct of J. J. RoufTeau. 
London, 1767. 

660 The art of fpeaking. Fourth edition. Philadelphia, 1775. 
Gift of Robert Althen. 

741 Davie's dramatic mifcellanies; conGfting of critical ob. 
fervations on feveral plays of Shakefpear. 3 vols. 
London, 1785. 

748 Richardfon's efTays on Shakefpear's dramatic characters of 
Macbeth, Hamlet, Jaques, and Imogen. Fourth edi- 
tion. London, 1785. 

881 L. Gerardi Joannis Voffii rhetorices contraffoe five partiti- 
onum oratoriarum libri V. Oxonise, 1651. 

898 L. Logica five ars cogitandi. Londini, 1677. 

908 L. Burgendicii inftitutionum logicarum libri duo. Canta- 
brigias, 1680. 

978 L. D. Heynfii Crepundia Siliana; ejufdem difTertatio de 
veras critics apud veteres ortu, et exercitatio critica. 
Cantabrigis, 1746. 



VI. General 



j 76 General and local Politics. Folio. 



VI. General and local Politics. 



FOLIO. 

77 TT^ ISCOURSES concerning government. By 
1 3 Algernon Sidney. Second edition. To which is 
added, the paper he delivered to the fheriff imme- 
diately before his death. London, 1704. 

119 Original letters and papers of flate, addreiTed to Oliver 
Cromwell, from the year 1649 to 1658; found among 
the political collections of John Milton. Publiined 
from the originals, by John Nickols. London, 1743. 

220 James Harrington's Oceana and other works; with an ac- 
count of his life prefixed, by John Toland. London, 

1737- 

395 Papers relating to the American {lamp-act; with plates. 

Collected by Pierre du Simitiere. 1765. 

396 Papers relating to the politics of North America; from the 

year 1768 to 1771. Collected by Pierre du Simitiere. 

* 412 — 1 An account of the proceedings of the earl of Bella- 

mont, governor of New York, and an extraordinary 
council, held at that place, May 8, 1698, relative 
to colonel Fletcher's giving commitfions to pyrates; 
with the earl's fpeech to the alTembly. New York, 
1698. 

* 413 — 7 Reports of the board of treafury relative to finance. 

Philadelphia, 1779. 

442 L. Divini Platonis opera omnia quae extant Grsece et La- 
tine. Lugduni, 1590. 



QJJ ARTO. 



General and local Politics. Quarto. 177 



QJJ A R T O. 

11 An inquiry into the principles of political ceconomy; 
being an effay on the fcience of domeitic policy in free 
nations. By James Stuart. 2 vols. London, 1767. 

35 Reafons for eftabliftiing the colony of Georgia, with 
regard to the trade of Great Britain, the encreafe of 
our people, and the fupport it will afford to numbers of 
poor perfons; with fome account of the country. By 
Benjamin Martyn. Second edition. London, 1733. 

43 An eflay on the hiftory of civil fociety. By Adam Fer- 
gufon. Second edition. London, 1768. 

49 The fpiritual and temporal liberty of fubjects in England. 
By Anthony Ellis. London, 1765. 

f 57 A collection of valuable tracts, on the raoft interefting fub- 
jects; but chiefly fuch as relate to the hiftory and con- 
ftitution of England, Ireland and Scotland. 12 vols. 
London, 1768. 

60 Memorials of the courts of Great Britain and France, 
fmce the peace of Aix la Chapelle; relative to the limits 
of the territories of both crowns in North America, 
&c. Hague, 1756. Gift of John Hujle, of London. 

* 160 — 3 A difcourfe on the conduct of the government of 

Great Britain, in refpect to ^neutral nations during 
the prefent war. Second edition. London, 1759. 

* 237 — 2 Macauley's remarks on Hobbes's philofophical rudi- 

ments of government and fociety. Second edition. 
To which is added, a letter from an American to 
the author; with her anfwer. London, 1759. 

— 3 Hampton's tranflation of two extracts from the fixth 
book of the general hiftory of Polybius. London, 
1764. 

281 Political effays concerning the prefent ftate of the Britifh 
empire. London, 1772. 

287 A political furvey of Britain; being a feries of reflections 
on the fituation, lands, inhabitants, revenues, colonies, 
and commerce of this ifland. By John Campbell. 2 
vols. London, 1774. 

303 Le Droit des Gens par M. de Vattel, Amfterdam, 1775. 
Gift of Mr. Dumas. 

Z * 312 — 2 



178 General and local Politics. Quarto. 

* 3 1 2 — 2 Common fenfe ; or conferences between a Britifli and 

an American merchant. London, 1775. 

— 3 A letter to thofe ladies whofe huibands poffefs a feat in 
either houfe of parliament* London, 1775. 

— 4 Colonifing; or a plain inveftigation of that fubject. 
London, 1774. 

320 The principles of law and government; with an inquiry 
into the juftice and policy of the prefent war, &c« 
London, 1781. 

336 Smith's inquiry into the nature and caufes of the wealth 
of nations. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1778. 

360 Anderfon's obfervations on the means of exciting a fphit 
of national induftry. Edinburgh, 1777. 

* 372 — 1 Chalmer's eftimate.of the comparative ftrength of 

Britain; with an eflay on population, by lord chief 
juftice Hale. London, 1782. 

2 The hiftory of the political connection between En- 
gland and Ireland, from the reign of Henry the 
fecond, to the prefent time. London, 1780. 

f 403 See page 27, (Civil Hijlory.) 

423 Han way on the defects of police, the caufe of immorality, 
&c. London, 1775. 

433 The increafe of manufactures, commerce and finance; 
with the extenfion of civil liberty, propoied in regula- 
tions for the intereft of money. London, 1785. 

440 Sinclair's hiftory of the public revenue of the Britifh em- 
pire. London, 1785. 

* 460 1 A reprefentation to his majefty, moved in the houfe 

oi commons by Edmund Lurke, and feconded b/ 
William Windham. London, 1784. 

* 462 — 7 The commercial conduct of New York confidered. 

New York, 1767. 

— 17 The cafe of lfaac Hunt, Efquire, of Philadelphia. 
1776. 

. — 18 An addrefs to the inhabitants of New York, on the 
Bofton-port act, &c. New York, 1774. 

—. 19 The proceedings of the people of South Carolina, in 
the year 17 19, to renounce the proprietors and put 
themfclves under the crown. London, 1726. 

— 21 



General and local Politics, Quarto. 179 

— 21 An enquiry into the nature of the dependency of the 
American colonies upon the parliament of Great 
Britain. By a freeholder of South Carolina. 1 769. 

* 463 — 9 The will and teftament of Lewis the fourteenth, and 

the proceedings of the parliament thereupon. Lon- 
don, 1725. 

* 464 — 1 1 A letter from a freeman of South Carolina, to the 

deputies of North America. South Carolina, 1774. 

— 15 Reed's remarks on governor Johnfon's fpeech in par- 
liament. Philadelphia, 1779. 

— 16 Extracts from a letter written to the prefident of 
congrefs, by Arthur Lee; in anfwer to a libel 
publifhed by Silas Deane. Philadelphia, 1780. 

— 17 Arthur Lee's obfervations on certain commercial 
tranfactions in France, laid before congrefs. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1780. 

— 18 Obfervations on the juftificative-memorial of the court 
of London. Philadelphia, 1781. 

— 19 Obfervations upon the effects of certain late political 
fuggeftions. By the delegates of Georgia. Phi- 
ladelphia. 

* 465 — 1 A remark on the difputes <?nd contentions in this pro- 

vince. By David Marin Ben Jeffe. New York, 

1155- 

— 6 Extracts from the minutes and votes of the afle-mbly 
of New Jerfey; with notes and obfervations. 1743. 

— 7 An anfwer to the notes and obfervations upon the 
votes of the affembly of New Jerfey. 1743. 

—8 The fpeeches of Lewis Morris, Efquire, governor of 
New Jerfey. Philadelphia, 1 744. 

< — 9 Dialogues reflecting the affairs of New Jerfey. 

— 10 A vindication of the late New Jerfey affembly. 1742. 

— 1 1 A vindication of the proceedings of the affembly of 
Jamaica. 1765. 

— 13 A copy of the complaint of the houfe of reprefenta- 
tives of Maflachufetts-bay, a^ainft Sir Francis Ber- 
nard; with his anfwer. 1770. 

* 469 — 4 Evans's letters on the impropriety of fending forces to 

Virginia, &c. Philadelphia, 1756. 

• 479— 1 



i8o General and local Politics* Quarto. 

* 4.79—1 Considerations on the propriety of impofing taxes oa 

the colonies. Second edition. Anapolis, 1765. 

— 2 The rights of the colonies examined. Providence, 
1765. 

—3 A difcourfe made on burning the effigie of the ft—pm-n 
in New London. Connecticut, 1765. 

—4 The examiner examined ; in a letter from a gentleman 
in Connecticut, to his friend in London. New Lon- 
don, 1766. 

—.5 Ray on the importance of the colonies of North Ame- 
rica to Great Britain. New York, 1766. 

* j 00 — 3 Smith's additions and corrections to his inquiry into 

the nature and caufes of the wealth of nations. 

* 544 L. Ariftotelis de optimo ftatu reipublicse, libri oclo. Pa« 

rifiis, 1556. 



OCTAVO. 

+ 28 Seepage 31, (Civil Hijlory.) 

41 A collection of the lords' protefts, from the flrft upon 
record, in the reign of Henry the third, to the prefent 
time ; with an index, and an hiftorical effay on the legif* 
lative power of England. 2 vols. London, 1767. 

t6o"| 

t 5°3 .... 

•f 1499 j> See page 32, (Civil Hijlory.) 

& I 

t 1763J 

f 62 See page 32, (Civil Hijlory.) 

f 89 New obfervations, natural, moral, civil, political and 
medical, on city, town and country bills of mortality; 
with abftracts of the bed authors, who have written on 
this fubjecl, and an appendix on the weather and me- 
teors. By Thomas Short. London, 1750. 

95 The medleys, for the year 171 1. To which is prefixed, 
the five whig-examiners. London, 1712. 

f 117 See page 33, (Civil Hijlory.) 

\ 1 18 Seepage 33, (Civil Hijlory.) 

127 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 181 

127 Difcourfes concerning government, by Algernon Sidney. 
To which is added, a fhort account of the author's life. 
2 vols. London, 1750. 

146 The old whig; or the confiftent Proteflant. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1739. 

f 166 See page 35, (Civil Hjflory.) 

214 The Barrier-treaty vindicated. Second edition. London, 
1712. 

231 John Nalfon on the common intereft of king and people; 
fhewing the original, antiquity, and excellency of mo- 
narchy, compared with ariftocracy and democracy, and 
particularly of the Englifh monarchy. London, 1678 

f 238 Seepage 121, (Theology.) 

270 The ufe and abufe of parliaments; in two hiftorical dif- 
courfes, — the firft, A general view of government in 
Europe ; and the fecond, A detection of the parliaments 
of England, from the year 1660. 2 vols. London, 
1 744. 

281 An effay upon the probable methods of making a people 
gain in the balance of trade. London, 1699. Gift of 
Mr. Pratt. 

f 337 See page 40, (Civil Hiflory.) 

350 An eftimate of the manners and principles of the times. 
By the author of eflays on the chara&eriftics, &c. Sixth 
edition. London, 1757. 

•(•361 — 3 Obfervations upon a pamphlet, called, " An Englifh 
merchant's remarks upon a paper publimed July 19, 
1 7 16, under the name of A memorial prefented to 
the chancery of Sueden, by the refident of Great 
Britain." Second edition. London, 1738. 

362 The political teftament of cardinal Julius Alberoni; exhi- 
biting a general view of the politics and interefts of the 
feveral courts of Europe; with a fhort account of the 
cardinal's life. Tranflated from the Italian. London, 

*753- 
393 Locke's treatifes on government. Fifth edition. London, 
1728. Gift of DoEtor Benjamin Franklin. 

■{•415 A view of the policy and commerce of the United Pro- 
vinces, particularly of Holland; with an enquiry into 
the alliance of the dates general with the Emperor, 
France, Spain, and Great Britain. By Onflow Burrifh. 
J-ondon, 1728. 

439 



k8-2 General and local Politics. O&avo. 

439 Letters on the fpirit of patriotifm ; on the idea of a patriot 
king; and on the ftate of parties at the accefTmn of ki ig 
George the firft. By Henry St. John, lord vifcount 
Bolingbroke. London, 1752. 

* 443— 1 1 

* 1012 — 2 J Confiderations on the propriety of impofing taxes in 

* 1014 — 1 ^ the Britiih colonies, for the pnrpofe of railing a 

& revenue, by act of parliament. London, 1 766. 

* 1061 — 5^ 

f 452 See page 42, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

& > See page 42, (Civil H'Jlory.) 
t 579J 

^/ (A diflertation upon parties; in feveral letters to Caleb 
' i D'Anvers, Efquire. Sixth edition. London, 1 743. 

497 Antl-Machiavel; or an examination of Machiavel's prince; 
with notes, hiitorical and political. Publifhed by Mr. 
De Voltaire. Tranflated from the French. London, 
1761. 

* 51S — 1 A defence of the eflimate of the manners and princi- 

ples of the times. London, 1758. 

—-2 Doubts occafioned by the fecond volume of an efli- 
mate of the manners and piinciples of the times. 
Second edition. London, 1758. 

f 521 See page 43, (Civil Hijlory.) 

534 An effay on maritime power and commerce; particularly 
thofe of France. By Monfieur Deflandes. London, 

1743- 
553 The fpirit of nations. Tranflated from the French. Lon- 
don, 1753. 

564 The prefent ftate of Europe; containing the interefls, 
connections, political and commercial views of its feve- 
ral powers; comprehending alio a concife hiftory of the 
prefent constitutions of each country. Sixth edition. 
London, 1761. 

* 565 — f — 1 See page 94, (Voyages and Travels.) 

—2 The conduct of the French, with regard to Nova 
Scotia; from the firft fettlement to the prefent 
time. London, 1754. 

— 3 Reflections upon the prefent ftate of alrairs, at 
home and abroad. In a letter from a member 
of parliament. London, 1755. 

—4 



General and local Politics. Octavo. 1S3 

— 4 Remarks on the French memorials concerning the 
limits of Acadia, in North America; with two 
maps, and an anfwer to the luminary difcuflicn, 
&c. London, 1756. 

— 5 Reflections on the importance of the war in Ame- 
rica, and the reaionablenefs of fupporting the 
king of Pruflia. London, 1758. 

§6$ The hiltory of our national debts and taxes, from the 
year 1688, to the year 1751. London, 175 1- 

575 The conteft in America, between Great Britain and 
. France; with its conferences and importance. Lon- 
don, 1757. 

578 Reflections on the rife and fall of the ancient republics; 
adapted to the prefent itate of Great Britain. By £. 
W. Montague, junr. London, 1759. 

603 — 1 An enquiry into the conduct of the two b rs, in 

regard to the eitablifhment of their power, and 
their profecuiion of the war, till the figning the 
pieiiminariwb. Second edition. London, 1749. 

■—2 A letter vindicating the conduct of the two b rs. 

London, 1749. 

— 3 The conduct of the two b rs vindicated; and the 

examiner's contradictions and incontinences exem- 
piiiied. London, 1749. 

— 4 A fecond feries of facts and arguments, by the author 

of the enquiry into the conduct of the two b rs. 

Second edition. London, 1749. 

— 5 A reply to a pamphlet, endtled, " A fecond feries of 
facts and arguments. " London, 1749. 

— 6 A letter concerning the treaty negociated at Hanau, 
in 1743, and the manner in which it was rejected. 
London, 1749. 

— 7 A letter from a perfon of diftinction to the right ho- 
norable J E of Eg 1. Occafioned by 

the publication of three pamphlets, refpecting the 
conduct of the two b rs. London. 

— 8 The trial of J P , Efquire, commonly called 

E of E , the reputed author of a pam- 
phlet, entitled, " An enquiry into the conduct of 
the two b rs." London. 

—9 



1 84 General and local Politics* O&avb. 

—9 The finefle of rantum fcantum ; being a dialogue be- 
twixt Tom and Harry. London, 1 748. 

f 10 The confpirators ; a tragi-comic opera. As it was 

acted in England and Ireland, without applaufe. 
Carrickfergus, 1749. 

f — 11 The tale of two tubs; or the b rs in querpo. 

London, 1749. 

* 618 — 1 An anfwer to an invidious pamphlet, entitled, " A 

brief ftate of the province of Pennfylvania." Lon- 
don, 1755. 

—2 A brief ftate of the province of Pennfylvania; in 
which the conduct of their aflemblies is confidered* 
London, 1755. 

687 An effay on civil government; containing an enquiry into 
the ends of government, and the means of attaining 
them; with reflections on the government and com- 
merce of England. London, 1743. Gift of Jama 
Child. 

703 The intered of Scotland confidered, with regard to its 
police in employing the poor; its agriculture, trade, 
manufactures, and fifheries. London, 1736. 

705 The true Briton. 2 vols. London, 1723. 

* 798 — 4 The neceffity of a well-regulated and able-bodied 

nightly watch, for the prefervation of the city of 
London. London, 1752. 

* So 1 — 2 A letter to the gentlemen of the common council. 

London, 1756. 

Poftlethwayt on the importance of the African expe- 
dition. London, 1758. 

— 4 The conduct of a noble commander in America, im- 
partially reviewed; with the caufes of the difcon- 
tents at New York and Halifax. Second edition. 
London, 1758. 

-J- 838 See page 50, (Civil Hiftory*) 

853 The alliance between church and flate; or the neceffity 
and equity of an eftabliftied religion, and a teft-law, 
demonstrated upon the fundamental principles of the 
law of nature and nations. By William Warburton* 
London, 1736. 

* 891— 1 






General and local Politics. O&avo. 185 

* 891 — 1 An addrefs to the ele&ors of Great Britain; occafion- 

ed by the feceflion. London, 1739. 

— 3 A letter to a friend in the country, on the publication 
of Thurloe's ftate papers. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1742. 

— 4 Tucker's reflections on the expediency of a law for the 
naturalization of foreign Proteftants. London, 
1751. 

910 The finishing ftroke; being a vindication of the patriarchal 
fcheme of government; wherein Mr. Hoadly's exami- 
nation of this fcheme is fully confidered. London, 
1 71 6. Gift of William Clampfer, 

* 926 — 1 Plain truth; or ferious confiderations on the prefent 

ftate of the city of Philadelphia. 1 747. 

927 A memorial; containing a view of fa&s, with their autho- 
rities; in anfwer to the obfervations fent by the Englifh 
miniftry to the courts of Europe. Tranflated from the 
French. Philadelphia, 1757. 

1004 The adminiftration of the colonies; wherein their rights 

and conftitution are difcuifed. By Thomas Pownall. 
Fourth edition. London, 1768. 

1005 The North-Briton, from number one, to number forty- fix, 

inclufive; with explanatory notes. By a friend to civil 
and religious liberty. 

* 1 01 4 — 2 Prieftley's eifay on the firft principles of government, 
and the nature of political, civil and religious liber- 
ty; including remarks on Dr. Brown's code of edu- 
cation, and on Dr. Balguy's fermon on church 
authority. Second edition. London, 177 1. 

—-3 An eifay on the conftitution of England. Second 
edition. London, 1766. 

1020 An enquiry into the principles of political ceconomy; be- 
ing an eifay on the fcience of domeftic policy in free 
nations. By Sir James Stewart. 3 vols. Dublin, 1770. 

f 1027 Charles D'Avenant's political and commercial works, 
relating to the trade and revenue of England. Revifed 
by Charles Whitworth. 5 vols. . London, 1771. 

1034 An hiftorical eifay on the Englifh conftitution. London, 

1771. 

* 1061 — I 

A a 



i86 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 



* 1 06 1 — 1 Thoughts on the late tranfactions refpecting Falkland's 

ifl&nds. Second edition. London, 177 1. 

-—2 The falfe alarm. London, 1770. 

— 3 Thoughts on the caufe of the prefent difcontents. 
Fourth edition. London, 1770. 

— 4 Macauley's obfervations on a pamphlet, entitled, 
" Thoughts on the caufe of the prefent difcon- 
tents." Fifth edition. London, 1770. 

* 1064 — 1 The rights of the colonies examined. Providence, 

1765. 

—2 A letter from a gentleman at Halifax, to his friend in 
Rhode Ifland; containing remarks on a pamphlet, 
entitled, " The rights of the colonies examined." 
Newport, 1765. 

—3 A defence of the letter from a gentleman at Halifax, 
to his friend in Rhode Ifland. Newport, 1765. 

« / An examination of the Connecticut claim, to land in 
f Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1774. 

* 1 106 — 3 Price's appeal to the public on the fubject of the nati- 

onal debt. Second edition. London, 1772. 

* 1 1 10 — 3 Dickinfon's reply to a piece called " The fpeech of 

Jofeph Galloway, Efquire." Philadelphia, 1764. 

1 127 Burgh's political difquifitions. 3 vols. Philadelphia, 
*775- 

* 1 1 35 — I Common fenfe; addreffed to the inhabitants of Ame- 

rica. Philadelphia, 1776. 

—2 Plain truth; addreffed to the inhabitants of America; 
containing remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled* 
" Common {qvSq," Philadelphia, 1776. 

—3 Remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled, " Plain truth." 
Philadelphia, 1776. 

—4 The true interest of America impartially ftated, in 
certain ftriftures on a pamphlet, entitled, " Common 
fenfe." Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 5 An addrefs from Congrefs to the inhabitants of Que- 
bec. 

—6 Additions to " Plain truth," in anfwer to " Common 
fenfe." Philadelphia, 1776. 

* 113S — 1 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 187 

♦1136 — 1 The pamphlet, entitled, "Taxation no tyranny," 
candidly confidered. London. 

— 2 Taxation, tyranny. AddrefTed to Samuel John Ton. 
London, 1775. 

— 3 Tyranny unmafked. An anfwer to a late pamphlet, 
entitled, " Taxation no tyranny." London, 1775. 

* 1 1 58 — 5 Witherfpoon's addrefs to the natives of Scotland, re- 
fiding in America. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 7 An addrefs to the Proteftant di (Tenters of all denomi- 
nations, on the approaching election of members of 
parliament. London, 1774. 

— 8 The fpeech of Samuel Chew, Efquire, to the grand 
jury of Newcaftle county, on the lawfulnefs of de- 
fence againft an armed enemy. Philadelphia, 1775. 

—9 An addrefs to the inhabitants of Pennfylvania, by thofe 
freemen, of the city of Philadelphia, who were con- 
fined in the Mafons' lodge, by virtue of a general 
warrant. Philadelphia, 1777. 

•* 1 1 43 — 1 Edmund Burke's fpeech on American taxation. Third 
edition. London, 1775. 

— 2 An anfwer to Burke's fpeech on American taxation. 
London, 1775. 

—3 Edmund Burke's fpeech on moving for a conciliation 
with the colonies. Second edition. London, 1775. 

* 1 144. — 1 The fupremacy of the Britifh legiflature over the colo- 

nies, candidly difcuffed. London, 1775. 

— 2 An addrefs to the government, the merchants, manu- 
facturers, and the colonics in America, on the pre- 
fent ftate of affairs. London, 1775. 

— 3 An appeal to •'he public; (rating and confidering the 
objections to the Quebec-bill. London, 1774. 

— 4 American independence the intereft and glory of Great 
Britain. London, 1774. 

-—5 Confiderations on certain political tranfactions of the 
province of South Carolina. London, 1774. 

* 1 145 — 1 The letters of lieutenant governor Hutchinfon and 

lieutenant governor Oliver; with the afiembly's ad- 
drefs; the proceedings and report of the lords' com- 
mittee of council; and the fubftance of Mr. Wed- 
derburn's fpeech relating to thofe letters. Second 
edition. London, 1774. 




1 88 General and local Politics. O&avo. 

— 2 A letter to the earl of Chatham, on the Quebec-bilh 
Fourth edition. 1774. 

— 3 Lord Chatham's fpeech in the houfe of lords, on a 
motion for an addrefs to the king for removing his 
troops from Bofton. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 4 Letters to a member of parliament on the prefent dif- 
pute with our American colonies. London, 1775., 

•—5 A letter to Doctor Tucker on his propofal of a fepara- 
tion between Great Britain and her American colo- 
nies. London, 1774. 

—6 The refpective pleas and arguments of the mother 
country, and of the colonies, diftinctly fet forth. 
By Doctor Tucker. Glocefter, 1775. 

The true interefl of Great Britain, fet forth in re- 
gard to the colonies. By Doctor Tucker. Nor- 
folk, 1774. 

2 A friendly addrefs to all reafonable Americans, on 
the fubject of our political confufions. America, 

1774- 
- — 3 An abridgment of the " Friendly addrefs." New 
York, 1774. 

~~jj / Strictures on a pamphlet, entitled, " A friendly 
x- f addrefs." Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 5 Strictures on the " Friendly addrefs" examined, and 
a refutation of its principles attempted. New York. 

f — 7 The poor man's advice to his neighbours, a ballad. 
New York, 1774. 

— 8 An examination of the mutual claims of Great 
Britain and the colonies; with a plan of accom* 
modation. New York, 1775. 

—9 An alarm to the legiflature of the province of New 
York. New York, 1775. 

— 10 The origin of the American conteft with Great 
Britain. New York, 1775. 

— 1 1 The Americans roufed, in a cure for the fpleen; be- 
ing the fubftance of a converfation on the times. 
New York. 

* 1 14 7 — 1 The addrefs of the people of Great Britain to the 
inhabitants of America. London, 1775. 

— 2 An affectionate addrefs to the inhabitants of the Britifli 
colonies in America. 1776. 

—3 



General and Iceal Politics. O&avo. 189 

. — 3 The fentiments of a foreigner on the difputes of Great 
Britain with America. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 4 Great Britain's right to tax her colonies, placed in the 
cleared light, by a Swifs. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 5 The fpeeches delivered in parliament, in favor of the 
rights of America. New York, 1775. 

— 6 Major-general Lee's letters to the earl Percy and 
major-general John Burgoyne; with the anfwers. 
New York, 1775. 

— 7 The declaration of congrefs, fetting forth the caufes 
and neceffity of their taking up arms. Philadelphia, 

1775- 

— 8 An addrefs from congrefs to the inhabitants of Great 
Britain. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 9 An addrefs from congrefs to the people of Ireland. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 10 The petition and memorial of the affembly of Jamaica 
to the king. Philadelphia, 1775. 

-J- 1 1 79 See page 55, (Civil Hiflory .) 

1 23 1 Obfervations on the nature of civil liberty; the principles 
of government; and the juflice and policy of the war 
with America; with an appendix. By Doctor Price. 
London, 1776. 

* 1236— 1 Day's reflections on the prefent (late of England, and 

the independence of America. Third edition, 
London, 1783. 

— 2 A memorial, addrelTed to the fovercigns of Europe, 
on the prefent ftate of affairs, between the old and 
new world. London, 1780. 

— 3 Price's ftate of the public debt, in 1783. Second edi- 
tion. London, t 783. 

•j- — 4. Sheffield's obfervations on the commerce of the Ame- 
rican ftates; with an appendix. Second edition. 
London, 1783. 

* 1245 — 1 A fpeech intended to have been fpoken on the bill for 

altering the charters of Maifachufetts-bay. Third 
edition. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—2 An eflay on the conftitutional power of Great Britain 
over America; with the refoives of the committee 
of Pennfylvania, and their inftructions to their 
reprefentatives in affembly. Philadelphia, 1 7 74. 

—3 



i go General and local Politics, O&avo. 

. ^ A friendly addrefs to all reafonable Americans, on our 

political confufions. New York, 1774. 

—4 Strictures on a pamphlet, entitled, " A friendly ad- 
drefs." Philadelphia, 1774. 

—5 Journals of the proceedings of congrefs, held at Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—6 Proceedings in the parliament of Great Britain, and 
in Maffachufetts-bay, relative to the giving of the 
money of the people of that province and of all 
America. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—.7 A view of the rights of Britiih America. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

—3 A declaration of the people's natural right to a fhare 
in the legiilature. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—-9 Considerations on the nature and extent of the legisla- 
tive authority of the Britiih parliament. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

»— 10 Quincy's obfervations on the Bofton-port bill; with 
thoughts on civil fociety and Handing armies. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774. "This volume the gift of Oiven B'mdle, 

# 1 246 — I A friendly addrefs to all reafonable Americans, on our 
political confufions. New York, 1774. 

— 2 The " Friendly addrefs" abridged. New York, 1774. 

Strictures on a pamphlet, entitled, " A friendly ad- 
drefs." Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 4 The other fide of the queflion; or a defence of the 
liberties of North America. New York, 1774. 

— 5 Strictures on the " Friendly addrefs" examined, and a 
refutation of its principles attempted. New York. 

— 7 Extracts from the proceedings of congrefs, held Sep- 
tember 5, 1774; with the proceedings of the 
Pennfylvania convention, held January 23, 1775. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

—8 What think ye of the congrefs now? or an enquiry 
how far the Americans are bound to abide by the 
decifions of congrefs. New York, 1775. 

—9 A plan of a propefed union between Great Britain 
and the colonies. 

—10 Free thoughts on the proceedings of congrefs. 1774* 

—11 




General and local Politics. O&avo. 191 

—11 The congrefs canvafTed; or an examination into the 
conduct of the delegates. 1774. 

—12 A vindication of the meafures of congrefs. New 
York, 1774. 

— -13 A view of the controverfy between Great Britain and 
her colonies. By a W farmer. New York, 

*774- 

—14 The W farmer refuted; or a more impartial 

view of the difpute between Great Britain and the 
colonies. New York, 1775. 

4* — -1 5 The ailbciation of the delegates of the colonies, veri- 
fied. 1774. 

f — 16 A dialogue between a fouthern delegate and his fpoufe. 
1774- 
— 17 An addrefs from congrefs to the inhabitants of Great 
Britain. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 18 An Englifhman's anfwer to the " Addrefs from con- 
grefs to the people of Great Britain." New York, 

1775- 
— 19 A declaration from congrefs, fetting forth the caufes 
and neceffity of their taking up arms. Philadelphia, 

1775- 
« — 20 The petition and memorial of the affembly of Jamaica, 
to the king. Philadelphia, 1775. 

-—21 An addrefs to the people of England, Ireland and 
Scotland, on the prefent important crifis. By Ca- 
tharine Macauley. Third edition. New York, 1775. 

—22 The fentiments of a foreigner on the difputes of Great 
Britain with America. Tranilated from the French. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

- — 23 An examination of the mutual claims of Great Bri- 
tain and the colonies; with a plan of accommoda- 
tion. New York, 1775. 

— 24 The political ftate of Maffachufetts-bay. New York, 

*775- 
f — 25 The poor man's advice to his poor neighbours, a bal- 
lad. New York, 1774. 

-—26 The Americans roufed, in a cure for the fpleen; being 
the fubftance of a converlaiion on the times. New 
York. 

f — 27 The patriots of North America, a fketch; with notes. 
New York, 1775. 

—28 



io2 General and local Politics. Octavo. 

— 28 The triumph of the whigs; or t'other congrefs con- 
vened. New York, 1775. 

. — 29 Advice to the counties of New York. 1774. 

— 30 An alarm to the legiflature of New York. 1775. 

— 31 Debates of the Robin-Hood fociety. New York, 1774. 

— 32 The family compact; or a difcourfe pointing out the 
advantages of an union between Great Britain and 
her colonies. By Ifaac Hunt. Philadelphia, 1775. 
This volume the gift of 'Thomas Tellier. 

1255 Baratariana; or a collection cf political pieces, publifhed 
during the administration of lord Townfend in Ireland; 
with plates. Second edition. Dublin, 1773. 

* 1279 — 1 Pownall's memorial to the fovereigns of America. 

London, 1783. 

— *3 Edmund Burke's fpeech on prefenting to the houfe of 
commons a plan for the better fecuring of the inde- 
pendence of parliament, &c. Fourth edition. Lon- 
don, 1780. 

* I2 8i — 1 Obfervations on the American revolution. Publifhed 

according to a refolution of congrefs, by their com- 
mittee. Philadelphia, 1779. 

— 2 Webfter's effay on free trade and finance. Philadel- 
phia, 1779. 

— 5 Phocion's letter to the citizens of New York, and 
Mentor's reply; with Phocion's remarks on Men- 
tor's reply. Philadelphia, 1784. 

— 6 Burke's addrefs to the freemen of South Carolina, on 
feveral fubjects. Philadelphia, 1783. 

— 7 Burke's confiderations on the order of Cincinnati. 
Philadelphia, 1783. 

— 8 Obfervations on " Burke's confiderations on the order 
of Cincinnati." Philadelphia, 1783. 

1295 The Canadian freeholder, a dialogue; ihowing the fenti- 
ments of the bulk of the freeholders of Canada con- 
cerning the late Quebec act. 3 vols. London, 1776. 

* 13 2 1 — 1 Confiderations on the provifional treaty with America, 

and the preliminary articles of peace with France 
and Spain. London, 1783. 

« — 2 Edmund Burke's fpeech on prefenting to the houfe of 
commons a plan.for the better fecuring of the inde- 
pendence of parliament, &c. Fourth edition. Lon- 
don, 1780. 

—3 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 193 

— 3 An addrefs and recommendation to the ftates, by the 
United States in congrefs aflembled. Philadelphia, 

1783. 
—4 The conftitution of Pennfylvania; with the remarks of 
the council of cenfors thereon. Philadelphia, 1784. 

* 1322 — 1 An eflay on the nature and principles of public credit. 

London, 1784. 

— 2 A poftfcript to Doctor Priced pamphlet, on the (late 
of the public debts and finances. London, 1784. 

* 1323 — 4 Day's reflections upon the peace, the Eaft India bill, 

and the prefent crifis. London, 1784. 

1342 A declaration of the people's natural right to a fhare in 
the legiflature. By Granville Sharp. Second edition. 
London, 1775. Gift of the author, 

1345 Tracts on equitable reprefentation, and annual parliaments. 

By Granville Sharp. Seventh edition. London, 17 So. 
Gift of the author, 

1 346 Tracts concerning the ancient means of national defence, 

by a free militia. By Granville Sharp. London, 1782. 
Gift of the author, 

f 1360 Champion's confideration on the prefent fituation of Great 
Britain and the United States of America; with a view 
of their future commercial connections; including re- 
marks on lord Sheffield's pamphlet. Second edition. 
London, 1784. 

1365 Necker's treatife on the adminiftration of the finances of 
France. Tranflated from the French, by Thomas Mor- 
timer. 3 vols. London, 1785. 

1386 Mirabeau's confiderations on the order of Cincinnatus; 
with a letter from M. Turgot, to Doctor Price, on the 
conflitutions of America; and an abftract of Doctor 
Price's obfervations on the importance of the American 
revolution; with notes. London, 1785. 

1396 Lord Sheffield's obfervations on the manufactures, trade 
and prefent ftate of Ireland. London, 1785. 

1413 Anderfon's account of the prefent ftate of the Hebrides, 
and the Weitern coafts of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1785. 

f 1440 See page 133, (Theology.) 

14471 Mirabeau's enquiries concerning Lettres de Cachet; the 
& > confequences of arbitary imprifonment; and a hiftory 
1 62 1 J of the diftrelTes and fufferings of ftate prifoners. 2 
vols. London, 1787. 

B b * 1452 — 1 



194 General and local Politics* O&avo. 

* 1452— I Hertzberg's difcourfes, on the population of flutes in 

general; and on the true riches of nations, the ba- 
lance of commerce, and that of power; delivered 
before the Royal Academy of Sciences and Belles 
Lettres, at Berlin. Tranflated from the French. 
London, 1786. 

1457 Cafaux's thoughts on the mechanifm of focieties. Tranf- 
lated from the French, by Parkyns Mac Mahon. Lon- 
don, 1786. 

* 1461 — 1 Andrew's eflay on republican principles, and on the 

inconveniences of a commonwealth in a large coun- 
try and nation; with reflections on the prefent fitua- 
tion of Great Britain. London, 1783. 

— 2 Chalmer's opinions on interefling fubjects of public law 
and commercial policy; arifing from American inde- 
pendence. London, 1785. 

— 3 A propofal for the liquidation of the national debt; 
the abolition of tythes ; and the reform of the church 
revenue. Third edition. London, 1785. 

* 1465 — 2 Differ tations on government; on the bank, and on pa- 

per money. By Thomas Paine. Philadelphia, 1786. 

-—3 Webfter's reafons for repealing the ad, of the legifla- 
ture of Pennfylvania, which took away the charter 
of the bank of North America. Philadelphia, 1786. 

— 5 Carey's account of the debates and proceedings of the 
general alTembly of Pennfylvania, on the memorials 
praying a repeal of the law annulling the chaiter of 
the bank. Philadelphia, 1786. 

* 1472 — I Edmund Burke's fpeech on American taxation. Third 

edition. New York, 1775. 

— 2 An anfwer to Burke's fpeech on American taxation. 
London, 1775. 

— 3 Edmund Burke's fpeech on moving his refolution for a 
conciliation with the colonies. Second edition. 
London, 1775. 

f 1473 — 1 An argument in defence of the exclufive right claimed 
by the colonies to tax themfelves; and a review of 
the laws of England, relative to reprefentation and 
taxation; with an account of the rife of the colonies. 
London, 1774. 

— 2 American independence the intereft and glory of Great 
Britain. London, 1774. 

•—3 Confiderations on certain political tranfaclions of the 
province of South Carolina. London, 1774. 

* 1474 




General and local Ploitics. O&avo. 195 

— i Obfervations on the Bofton-port bill ; with thoughts 
on civil fociety and ftanding armies. By Jofiah 
Quincy. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—2 Tennent's addrefs, occafioned by the late invafion 
of the liberties of the American colonies by the 
Britifh parliament. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 3 Confiderations on the nature and extent of the legis- 
lative authority of the Britifh parliament. Phila- 
delphia, 1774. 

— 4 Confiderations on the meafures carrying on with 
refpecl to the Britifh colonies in America. Phila- 
delphia, 1775. 

— 5 An appendix to " Confiderations on the meafures 
carrying on with refpecl: to the Britifh colonies." 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 6 A fummary view of the rights of Britifh America. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 7 Proceedings in the parliament of Great Britain, 
and in MafTachufetts-bay, relative to the giving 
of the money of the people of that province and 
of all America. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— S A declaration of the people's natural right to a 
fliare in the legiflature. By Granville Sharp. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 9 The proceedings of the convention for the province 
of Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 10 The political family; or a difcourfe pointing out the 
advantages which flow from an uninterrupted 
union between Great Britain and her American 
colonies. Philadelphia, 1775. 

1475- — 1 An addrefs from the people of Great Britain to the 
inhabitants of America. London, 1775. 

— 2 An affeeYior.ate addrefs to the inhabitants of the Bri- 
tifh colonies in America. 1776. 

— 3 The fentiments of a foreigner on the difputes of Great 
Britain with America. Tranflated from the French. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 4 The fpeeches of the principal advocates, in the houfe 
of commons, in favor of the rights of America. 
Mew York, 1775, 

33 T* 




iq6 General and local Politics. O&avo. 

r Major-general Lee's letters to earl Percy and major- 
general John Burgoyne; with the anfwers. New 
York, 1775. 

—6 Obfervations on the late popular meafures. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 7 The right of Great Britain to tax her colonies, placed 
in the cleareft light, by a Swifs. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 8 An addrefs to the Proteftant diifenters of all denomina- 
tions, refpecling liberty in general, and of Ameri- 
can affairs in particular. Philadelphia, 1774. 

• — 9 The delaration of congrefs, fetting forth the caufes 
and necefiity of taking up arms ; with their addrefs 
to the inhabitants of Great Britain. Philadelphia, 

1775* 
—1 A fpeech intended to have been fpoken on the bill 
for altering the charters of MarTachufetts-bay. 
Third edition. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—2 The farmer refuted; or an impartial view of the 
difpute between Great Britain and the colonies. 
New York, 1775. 

f — 3 The Patriots of North America, a fketch; with 
notes. New York, 1775. 

— 4 An Englishman's anfwer to the addrefs from con- 
grefs to the people of Great Britain. New York, 

1775- 
•j- — 5 The afibciation of congrefs, verfified and adapted 
to mufic. 1774. 

— 6 The caufes of the prcfent diffractions in America, 
explained. 1774. 

— 7 A view of the controverfy between Great Britain 
and her colonies. New York, 1774. 

- — 8 A vindication of the meafures of congrefs. New 
York, 1774. 

— 9 Free thoughts on the proceedings of congrefs. 1774. 

— 10 The congrefs canvaffed; or an examination into the 
conduct of the delegates. 1774. 

1 — 1 1 What think ye of the congrefs now? 01 an enquiry 
how far the Americans are bound to abide by the 
decifions of congrefs. New York, 1775. 

■J- — 12 A dialogue between a fouthcrn delegate and hii 
fpoufe. 1774. 

* 14S3— 1 



General and local Politics. Octavo. 197 

* j^g^ — 1 The Crifis, from number one to fixteen, inclufive. 

London, 1775. 

— 2 Extracts from the proceedings of congrefs. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 3 Common fenfe; addrefled to the inhabitants of Ame- 
rica. Philadelphia, 1776. 

i486 Gale's efTay on the nature and principles of public credit. 
London, 1784. Gift of Tench Coxe. 

1494 The adminiftration of the colonies; wherein their rights 
and conftitutions are difcuiTed. By Thomas Pownall. 
Second edition. London, 1765. 

* 1495— -1 The late regulations refpecting the Britifli colonies in 

America, conlidered. London, 1765. 

— 2 The neceflity of repealing the American (lamp-act 
demonftratcd. London, 1766. 

— 3 The occurrences in North America, and policy of 
Great Britain, confidered. London, 1766. 

—4 An account of a late conference on the occurrences in 
America. London, 1766. 

— 5 The rights of parliament vindicated, on occafion of 
the late ftamp- act, &c. London, 1766. 

—6 The application of fome general political rules, to the 
prefent ftate of Great Britain, Ireland and America. 
London, 1766. 

— 7 A hiftory of the conduct of the prefent miniftry, with 
regard to the American ftamp-act. Second edition. 
London, 1766. 

3510 The prefent ftate of Great Britain and North America, 
with regard to agriculture, population, trade and ma- 
nufactures, impartially confidered. London, 1767. 

* 1522— 1 Confiderations on the propriety of taxing the Britifli 

colonies. London, 1766. 

—2 The occurrences in North America, and policy of 
Great Britain, confidered. London, 1766. 

—3 The grievances of the American colonies examined. 
London, 1766. 

—4 Four diifertations on the reciprocal advantages of a 
perpetual union between Great Britain and her 
American colonies. Written for Mr. S^r^eant's 
prize medal. Philadelphia; 1766. 

* 1523 — 2 



198 General and local Politics. O&avo. 

* 1523 — 2 Verfes applied to the firft of November, 1765; includ- 
ing a prediction that the ftamp-act ihall not take 
place in America. New Haven. 

— 3 The late regulations refpecting the Britifh colonies in 
America, confidered. Philadelphia, 1765. 

— 4 Political debates. Paris, 1766. 

— 5 A vindication of the Britifh colonies. Bofton, 1765'. 

— 6 A difcourfe addrefied to the fons of liberty. Provi- 
dence, 1766. 

— 7 Confiderations upon the rights of the colonifts to the 
privileges of Britifh fubjects. New York, 1766, 

— 8 The examination of Doctor Benjamin Franklin, before 
the houfe of commons, relating to the repeal of the 
ftamp-act. 

— 9 D13 verhcerung Doctor Benjamin Franklins vor der 
hohen verfammlung des haufes der Gemeinen von 
Grofzbrittannien, die Stxmpel-act, &c. betrefFend. 
Philadelphia, 1766. 

10 An addrefs to the committee of correfpondence in 

Barbadoes. Philadelphia, 1766. 

* !^ 2 3 — 1 A dialogue between Sir George Cornwall and Mr. 

Flint. Bofton, 1769. 

— 2 Letters to the miniftry from governor Bernard, gene- 
ral Gage, and commodore Hood. Bofton, 1760. 

— 3 An appeal to the world ; or a vindication of the town 
of Bofton, from the falfe afperfions contained in the 
letters written by governor Bernard, &c. Bofton, 
1769. 

* 1546 — 2 An anfwer to an invidious pamphlet, entitled, " A 

brief Mate of the province of Pennfvlvania." Lon- 
don, 1755. 

— 3 A brief view of the conduct of Pennfylvania, for the 
year 1755. London, 1756. 

— 4 A true and impartial ftate of the province of Pennfyl- 
vania ; being a full anfwer to the pamphlets, entilied, 
11 A brief Hate of the province of Pennfylvania;" 
and " A brief view of the conduct of Penniylva- 
nia." Philadelphia, 1759. 

* 1547 — 1 The juftice and neceffity of taxing the American colo- 

nies, demonftrated. London, 1766. 

. — 2 The conduct of Cadwallader Golden, Efquire, lieute- 
nant-governor of New York. 1767. 

—3 



♦ 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 1 99 

—3 The conduct of the late adminiftration examined. 
Bofton, 1767. 

—4 The controverfy between Great Britain and her colo- 
nies reviewed. Bofton, 1 769. 

1548 The American whig; being a collection of tracts on the 
fubject of the reiidence of Protectant biftiops in the 
American colonies. 2 vols. New York, 1.768. 

* 1566 — 1 An oration on the beauties of liberty; or the efTential 

rights of the Americans. Bofton, 1773. 

* 1567 — 2 An anfwer to confiderations on certain political trans- 

action of South Carolina. London, 1774. 

— 3 Drayton's charge to the grand jury of Charleftown, 
1776. 

— 4 xA.n addrefs from a Carolinian to Lord and Sir William 
Howe. Charleftown, 1776. 

1568 — 3 An enquiry into the ftate and utility of the province of 
Georgia. London, 1741. 

— 6 Bland's letter to the clergy of Virginia, in which the 
conduct of the aflbmbly is vindicated. Wiliamf- 
burgh, 1760. 

— 7 The defence of injured merit, unmafked; or the fcur- 
rilous piece of Philander, relating to an election in 
Virginia, expofed to view. 1 77 1. 

* 1569 — 1 Logan's enquiry into the doctrine of the jure-divino- 

(liip of hereditary monarchy. Edinburgh, 1 749. 

* £j70 — 2 Charles Read's letter to John Ladd, Efquire, concern- 

ing the maffacre of the indians in Lancafter. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1764. 

— 3 A looking-glafs for Prefbyterians. 1764. 

—•4 The fubftance of a council of Prefbyterians, held at 
Lancafter, to fettle the bufmefs for the eniuing elec- 
tion. 1764. 

— 5 The remonftrance of the diftrefTed frontier inhabitants 
of Pennfylvania. 1764. 

— 6 The importance of gaining the friendfhip of the ra- 
dians to the Britifh intereft. New York, 1 75 1. 

— 7 Prcpofals to prevent fcalping. New York, 1765. 

— 8 Propofals for fecuring the friendfhip of the five indian 
nations. New York, 1756. 

—9 



2 eo General and local Politics, O&avo. 

— 9 Hopkins' addrefs to the people of New England; re- 
prefenting the importance of attaching the indians 
to their intereft. Philadelphia, 1757. 

— 11 An enquiry into the caufes of the alienation of the 
Delaware and Shawanefe indians from the Britilh 
intereft. London, 1759. 

* 15 7 1 — 1 Cool thoughts on the prefent lltuation of public affairs. 
Philadelphia, 1764. 

— 2 The plain dealer; or remarks on Quaker-politics. 
Number one, two and three. Philadelphia, 1764. 

—-^3 An addrefs to the inhabitants of Pennfylvania; in an- 
fwer to " The plain dealer." Philadelphia, 1764. 

. — 4 Dickinfon's fpeech in the houfe of afTembly; with a 
preface. Second edition. Philadelphia, 1764. 

— 5 The Maybe; or obfervations on Dickinfon's fpeech. 
Philadelphia, 1764. 

—6 Galloway's fpeech in the houfe of afTembly ; in anfwer 
to Dickinfon's fpeech. Philadelphia, 1764. 

— 7 Dickinfon's reply to Galloway's fpeech. Philadelphia, 
1764. 

-—8 Franklin's remarks on a late protefl againft appoint- 
ing him an agent for Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 
1764. 

— 9 An anfwer to Mr. Franklin's remarks on a late protefl:. 
Philadelphia, 1764. 

— 10 The fubftance of an exercife had this Morning infcur- 
rility-hall. In feven numbers. 1764. 

— 11 A dialogue between Jack Giant Polypheme and his 
fon. 

— 12 The bee. Numbers one, two and three. 1765. 

— 13 Lucifer's decree after a fray. 1765. 

— 14 The complete trial; or Swaggering John. Tranfylva* 
nia, 1765. 

— 15 An addrefs to Doctor Alifon, the reverend Mr. Ewing, 
&c. being a vindication of the Quakers. 1 765. 

—16 Jack Retort; or an humble attempt at fcurrility. 
Quilfylvania, 1765. 

— 1 7 A proteft againft the appointment of Mr. Franklin an 
agent for Pennfylvania. 1 764. < 

* 1572 — * 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 201 

* 1572 — 1 An enquiry into the nature and neceffity of a paper 

currency. Philadelphia, 1729. 

— 2 Elixir magnum; or the philosopher's flone found out; 
by way of addrefs to the legiflature. Philadelphia, 

1757- 
* — 3 Koffler's letter refpecting the loan of money to govern- 
ment. 1760. 

v M e Samuel Chew's fpeech to the grand jury of New Caf- 
tle. Philadelphia, 1741. 

— 6 Plain truth; or ferious confiderations on the prefent 
itate of Philadelphia. 1 747. 

— 7 A letter from Batifta Angeloni, to his friend Manzoni; 
wherein the Quakers are conlidered. Ephrata. 

— 8 An addrefs to the inhabitants of Pennfylvania, 1758. 
New York. 

— 10 A letter to the people of Pennfylvania; on the aflem- 
bly's conftituting the judges of the Supreme court 
during good behaviour. Philadelphia, 1760. 

— 11 Remedies propofed for reftoring the funk credit of 
Pennfylvania. 1721. 

- — 12 Stanly's remarks on fcurrility and oppreflion. Phila- 
delphia, 1769. 

— 13 Letters from a farmer in Pennfylvania, to the inhabit- 
ants of the Britifh colonies. Second edition. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1769. 

— 1 6 A narrative of the modes purfued at an election held 
at Newtown, Bucks county, October, 1770. Phila- 
delphia, 177 1. 

— 17 Marvell's fecond addrefs to the inhabitants of Philadel- 
phia. 1773. 

* 1573 — 5 The crifis; from number one to fixteen, inclufive. 

London, 1774 and 1775. 

* 1574 — 1 Morgan's vindication. Boiton, 1777. 

— 2 An echo from the temple of wifdom ; or an anfwer to 
an addrefs to Silas Deane, Efquire. Philadelphia, 
1779. 

—3 Remarks on a late publication in the Independent Ga- 
zetteer; with a fhort addrefs to the people of Penn- 
fylvania. By Jofeph Reed. Philadelphia, 1783. 

—4 
C C 



202 General and local Politics. O&avo. 

— 4 A reply to Jofeph Reed's remarks, and his addrefs to 
the people of Pennfylvania. By John Cadwalader. 
Philadelphia, 1783. 

* \y t $ — 2 A letter defcribing the prefent ftate of Nova Scotia. 

1756. 

— 3 A letter to the author of the Halifax letter. 1765. , 

-—4 The diverting behaviour of Doctor Marriot, Efquire, 
when examined at the bar of parliament, concerning 
the religion and laws of Quebec ; with the examina- 
tion of Meflrs. Meferes and Hey on the fame fubject. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 5 Lyttleton's letter to the earl of Chatham on the Que- 
bec bill. New York, 1774. 

— 6 The juftice of the late Quebec bill, afferted. London, 
1774- 

* 1576 — 1 Gale's narrative of the principal matters which were 

fubjects of the debates, &c. of the aiTembly of Con* 
necticut. Hartford, 1769. 

— 2 Remarks on Gale's narrative. 1769. 

— 3 Gale's obfervations rn a pamphlet, entitled, " Re- 
marks on Gale's narrative." Hartford. 

— 4 The right of the governor and company of Connecticut, 
to hold the lands within the limits of their charter. 
Hartford, 1773. 

— 5 An examination of the Connecticut claim, to the lands 
of Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 6 A view of the title to Indiana, a tract of country on 
the Ohio. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 7 Public good; being an examination into the claim of 
Virginia to the vacant weftern territory, and of the 
right of the United States to the fame. By Thomas 
Paine. Philadelphia, 1780. 

—8 Plain facts; being an examination into the rights of 
the indian nations of America, to their relpective 
countries. Philadelphia, 1781. 

* 1577 — 2 A fhort view of the political life and tranfactions of 

William Pitt. London, 1766. 

—3 An enquiry into the conduct of William Pitt. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1766. 

—4 An examination of the principles of William Pitt. 
London, 1766. 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 203 

—5 The Englifhman deceived; wherein fome important fe- 
crets of ftate are recited. London, 1768. 

— 6 The prefent ftate of the nation; particularly with 
refpeft to its trade, finances, &c. with an appendix. 
London, 1769. 

— 7 Remarks on the appendix to " The prefent flate of the 
nation." London, 1769. 

* 1580 — 1 Common fenfe; addreffed to the inhabitants of Ame- 
rica. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 2 Additions to " Common fenfe." Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 3 Plain truth; containing remarks on a pamphlet, enti- 
tled, " Common fenfe." Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 4 Remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled, " Plain truth." 
Philadelphia, 1776. 

—5 The true intereft of America impartially dated; in 
certain ftrietures on a pamphlet, entitled, " Com- 
mon fenfe." Second edition. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 6 The American crifis. Six numbers. Philadelphia, 

1776, 1777 and 1780. 

~-7 A letter to the abbe Raynal, on the affairs of America- 
By Thomas Paine. Philadelphia, 1782. 

— 8 Obfervations on the American revolution. Publifhed 
according to a refolution of congrefs, by their com- 
mittee. Philadelphia, 1779. 

** 1582 — 1 Extracts from the journal of the proceedings of the 
provincial congrefs of New Jerfey. Burlington, 

1775- 
—2 The proceedings of the convention for the province of 
Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1775. 

—-3 The proceedings of the provincial conference of the 
committees of Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 4 Four letters on interesting fubj eels. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 6 Confederations on the modes and terms of a treaty of 
peace with America. Philadelphia, 1779. 

—7 A fummary view of the rights of Britifh America. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 8 Obfervations upon the prefent government of Pennfyl- 
vania. Philadelphia, 1777. 

— u The declaration of congrefs, fetting forth the caufes 
and neceflity of their taking up arms. Philadelphia, 

J 775- 

—12 



204 General and local Politics* O&avo. 

— 12 An addrefs from congrefs to the inhabitants of Que- 
bec. 1774. 

— 13 An addrefs from congrefs to the inhabitants of Great 
Britain. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 14 The opinion of congrefs on a refolution of the houfe 
of commons of Great Britain, of the twentieth of 
February, 1775. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 15 An addrefs from congrefs to the people of Ireland. 
Philadelphia, 1 775. 

— 16 A circular letter from congrefs to their conftituents. 
Philadelphia, 1779. 

— 17 An addrefs and recommendations to the dates, by the 
United States in congrefs affembled. Philadelphia, 

1783- 

* 1585 — 1 Obfervations on the importance of the northern colonies 

under proper regulations. New York, 1 750. 

— 2 Advice to the inhabitants of the northern colonies, on 
the prefent fituation of affairs. New York, 1755. 

— 3 Confiderations towards a general plan of meafures for 
the Englifh provinces, New York, 1756. 

— 4 The intereft of Great Britain confidered, with regard 
to her colonies, and the acquifitions of Canada and 
Guadaloupe. Second edition. London, 176 1. 

— 5 The adminiilration of the colonies. London, 1764. 

— 6 Confiderations upon the rights of the colonifts to the 
privileges of Britifh fubjecls. New York, 1766. 

— 7 The power and grandeur of Great Britain, founded 
on the liberty of the colonies. Philadelphia, 1768. 

— 8 Obfervations occafioned by the ftamp-tax. 1768. 

— 9 The cafe of Great Britain and America. Philadel- 
phia, 1769. 

—10 The right of Great Britain to tax her colonies, placed 
in the cleared light, by a Swifs. London, 1774. 

* 1-86 — 13 A table for the payment of the principal and intereft 

of loans, agreeably to the refolutions of congrefs. 
Philadelphia, 1780. 

* 1587 — 1 Britain's remembrancer; or the danger not over. 

London, 1746. 

■ — 2 A review of two pamphlets, one entitled, " An apo- 
logy for a late resignation;" the other, " The 
refignation difcufled, &c." London, 1748. 

—4 



General and local Politics. O&avo. 205 

— 4 Somers's judgment of kingdoms and nations, concern- 
ing the rights, powers and prerogatives of kings, 
and the rights, privileges and properties of the peo- 
ple. Eleventh edition. Philadelphia, 1773. 

- — 5 The North-Briton extraordinary; written by a young 
Scotfma.n. Second edition. London, 1769. 

— 6 The falfe alarm. Second edition. London, 1770. 

— 7 The king's anfwer to Junius. Philadelphia, 1771. 

* 1588 — 3 Penn's argumentum ad hominem; being an extract 

from a piece, entitled, " England's prefent intereft: 
confidered." Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 4 A letter on the fubject of paying taxes. Watertown, 
1776. 

— 5 An addrefs to fuch of the people called Quakers, as 
profefs fcruples relative to the prefent government. 
Philadelphia, 1778. 

— 6 An addrefs to the inhabitants of Pennfylvania, by thofe 
freemen of Philadelphia, who were confined in the 
Mafon's lodge. Philadelphia, 1777. 

—8 Animadverfions on a reply to a letter from a gentle* 
man in New York. 1 750. 

— 10 An addrefs to the freeholders of New Jerfey, on the 
fubject of public falaries. Philadelphia, 1763. 

* 1589 — 8 Neceifaries; beft product of land; beft ftaple of com- 

merce. Philadelphia, 1776. 

* 1 j 90 — 1 Obfervations relating to the circumftances of Maffa- 

chufetts-bay. Bofton, 1750. 

— 3 Drummer's defence of the New England charters. 
London. 

•—4 Otis's vindication of the conduct of the houfe of repre- 
fentatives of Maflachufetts-bay. Bofton, 1762. 

•—5 Extract of a letter from the houfe of reprefentatives of 
MafTachufetts-bay, to their agent Dennys de Berdt, 
Efquire. London, 1770. 

—7 Quincy's obfervations on the Bofton-port bill; with 
thoughts on civil fociety and ftanding armies. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774. 

•—8 A fpeech intended to have been fpoken by the bifhop of 
St. Afaph on the bill for altering the charters of 
Maflachufetts-bay. Philadelphia. 

—9 



206 General and local Politics, 0£tavo. 

— 9 Proceedings in the parliament of Great Britain, and 
in MalTachufetts-bay, relative to giving of the mo- 
ney of the people of that province and of all Ame- 
rica. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 10 A narrative of the miferies of New England, by rea- 
fon of an arbitrary government erected there. Bof- 
ton, 1775. 

* 1591 — 1 An effay on free trade and finance. By a Citizen of 

Phila.delphia. Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7. Phi- 
ladelphia 1779, &c. 

— 2 Confiderations on the fubjecl: of finance. 

— 3 Obfervations on the nature and ufe of paper credit. 
Philadelphia, 1781. 

— 5 An anfwer to a libel againft lord Archibald Hamilton. 
London, 171 8. 

— 6 A letter to the North American, on occafion of his 
addrefs to the committee of corefpondence in Bar- 
badoes. 1766. 

* 1592 — 1 Americanus examined, and his principles compared 

with thofe of the approved advocates for America. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

r— 2 Obfervations on the late popular meafures. Philadel- 
phia 1774. 

—3 The American querift; or queftions propofed relative 
to the difputes between Great Britain and her Ame- 
rican colonies. 1774. 

—4 A petition to the king, from the aiTembly of Jamaica. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 5 A letter from a Virginian, to the members of congrefs. 
1774. 

— 6 Advice to the counties of New York, 1774. 

— 7 A friendly addrefs to all reafonable Americans, on 
the fubject of our political confufions. New York, 

1774- 
— 8 Strictures on a pamphlet, entitled, " A friendly ad- 
drefs to ail reafonable Americans." Philadelphia, 

1774- 
— 9 Free thoughts on the proceedings of congrefs. 1774* 

—10 A vindication of the meafures of congrefs. New 
York, 1774. 

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General and local Politics, O&avo. 207 

—11 A view of the controverfy between Great Britain and 

her American colonies. By a W farmer. 

New York, 1774. 

— 12 The W farmer refuted; or a more impartial 

view of the difpute between Great Britain and her 
American colonies. New York, 1775. 

— 13 The congrefs canvaffed; or an examination into the 
conduct of the delegates. 1774. 

— 14 The caufes of the prefent diffractions explained. 1774. 

—-15 A defence of the liberties of North America; in an- 
fwer to a late " Friendly addrefs." New York, 
1774. 

1593 — 1 The true intereft of Great Britain, fet forth in regard 
to the colonies. By Doctor Tucker. Norfolk, 1774. 

— 2 Confiderations on the nature and extent of the legifla- 
tive authority of the Britifh parliament. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 3 A declaration of the people's natural right to a fhare 
in the legiilature. By Granville Sharp. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 4 American independence the intereft and glory of Great 
Britain. London, 1774. 

-—5 Confiderations on the meafures carrying on with 
refpeft to the Britifh colonies in North America. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 6 Scott's beft new year's gift for a prime minifter. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774. 

—7 An addrefs to the Proteftant difienters of all denomi- 
nations, refpecting liberty in general and of Ameri- 
can aifairs in particular. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—8 A fummary view of the rights of Britifh America. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 9 An efTay on the conftitutional power of Great Britain 
over the colonies in America. Philadelphia, 1774. 

1594 — 1 What think ye of the congrefs now? or an enquiry 
how far the Americans are bound to abide by the 
decifions of congrefs. New York, 1775. 

— 2 An alarm to the legiilature of New York. New York, 
1775- 
f — 3 The affociation of the delegates of the colonies, verfi- 
fled. 1774. 

+-4 



2o$ Genera! and local Politics, O&avo. 

f — 4 A dialogue between a fouthern delegate and his fpoufe. 
1774- 

■j- — 5 The poor man's advice to his poor neighbours, a bal- 
lad. New York, 1774. 

f — 6 The patriots of North America, afketch; with notes. 
New York, 1775. 

— 7 The addrefs of the people of Great Britain to the 
inhabitants of America. London, 1775. 

— 8 Wigglefworth's calculations on American population. 
Bofton, 1775. 

— 9 An appendix to the " Confiderations on the meafures 
carrying on with refpedt to the Britifh colonies in 
America." Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 10 An appeal to the juftice and interefts of the people of 
Great Britain in the difputes with America. Second 
edition. London, 1775. 

— 1 1 Edmund Burke's fpeech on American taxation. Third 
edition. London, 1775. 

— 12 The fentiments of a foreigner on the difputes of Great 
Britain with America. Tranflated from the French. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 13 The political family; or a difcourfe pointing out the 
advantages which flow from an uninterrupted union 
between Great Britain and her American colonies. 
By Ifaac Hunt. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 14 The fpeech of the earl of Chatham, on a motion for 
an addrefs to the king for removing the troops from 
Bofton. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 15 Price's obfervations on the nature of civil liberty; the 
principles of government; and the juftice and policy 
of the war with America. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 16 Abingdon's thoughts on Edmund Burke's letter to the 
fiierifFs of Briltol, on the affairs of America. Lan- 
cafter, 1778. 

* l S9S — 5 Annales politiques par Mons. Linguet. 

— 4 Lettre adretfee aux habitants de Quebec, de la part 
du congres general. Philadelphie, 1782. 

—8 Invitation ferieufe aux habitants des Illinois. Phi- 
ladelphie, 1772. 

* 1627 — I 



General and local Politics* O&avo. 209 

« 1627 — 2 A vindication of governor Parr and his council, againft 
the complaints of certain perfons who fought lo en- 
grofs two hundred and feventy-five thouiand acres 
of land in Nova Scotia. London, 1784. 

—3 Viator's reply to remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled, 
" A vindication of governor Parr and his council. ,, 
London, 1784. 

—4 Viator's anfwer to Doctor Inglis's defence of his cha- 
racter, againft the charges contained in a pamphlet, 
entitled, " A reply to remarks on a vindication of 
governor Parr and his council." London, 1785. 

— 5 Remarks on a late publication in the Independent 
Gazetteer; with a fhort addrefs to the people of 
Pennfylvania. By Jofeph Reed. Philadelphia, 
1783. This, and the three preceding pamphlets, the gift 
of Zachariah Poirffon, junr, 

* 1 63 1 — I Letters from a farmer in Pennfylvania, to the inhabit- 

ants of the Britiih colonies. Third edition. Phila- 
delphia, 1769. 

— 2 Andrew Marvell's fecond addrefs to the inhabitants of 
Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1773. 

— 3 An effay on credit and the doctrine of banks. Phila- 
delphia, 1786. This, and the two preceding pamphlets, 
the gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

—4 Obfervations on government; including animadver- 
fions on Mr. Adams's defence of the American 
conftitutions; and on Mr. De Lolme's remarks on 
the conftitution of England. New York, 1787. 

-—5 M c Connell's efTay on the dorneftic debts of the United 
States of America; with a ftatement of the foreign 
debt. Philadelphia, 1787. 

—6 The rights of Great Britain aiTerted, againft the 
claims of America. Philadelphia, 1776. Gift of 
Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

* I<5 33 — l An effay on the conftitutional power of Great Britain 

over the colonies in America; with the refolves of 
the committee for the province of Pennfylvania, 
and their inftructions to their reprefentatives in af- 
fembly. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 2 Four differtations on the reciprocal advantages of a 
perpetual union between Great Britain and her 
American colonies. Written for Mr. Sargeant's 
prize medal. Philadelphia, 1766. This volume the 
gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr, 

D d 174 L. 



* 17657 

* i 7 66J 



210 General and local Politics, O&avo. 

1747 Z. Nicolai Machiavelli Princeps ex Sylveftri Tellii traduc- 
tions A. D. 1589. 

* 1758 — 2 An examination of the conftitution of the United 
States of America. By an American citizen. 
With a fpeech of James Wilfon, Efquire, on the 
fame fubjedt. Philadelphia, 1788. 

—5 An enquiry into the principles on which a commercial 
fyftem for the United States of America mould be 
founded; with political obfervations. Philadelphia, 
1787. Th'iSy and the preceding pamphlet ', the gift of 
Zacharlah Poulfon, junr. 

— 6 Obfervations upon the prefent government of Pennfyl- 
vania; in four letters. By Doctor Benjamin Rufh. 
Philadelphia, 1777. Gift of the author. 

17657 — 1 An eflay on the conilitutional power of Great Bri- 
tain over the colonies in America; with the re- 
folves of the committee for the province of Penn* 
fylvania, and their instructions to their reprefenta- 
tives in aflembly. Philadelphia, 1774. 

-f 1768 The proceedings and debates of the general afTembly of 
Pennfylvania ; from September 4, 1787, to October 
4, 1788. Taken in fhort hand, by Thomas Lloyd. 
4 vols in one. Philadelphia. 

f 1769 The debates of the convention of the flate of Pennfylva- 
nia, on the conftitution propofed for the government 
of the United States; containing the fpeeches of 
Thomas M c Kean and James Wilfon, Efquires. 
Taken in fhort-hand, by Thomas Lloyd. Vol. 1. 
Philadelphia, 1788. 

* I 773 — 2 Letters from a farmer in Pennfylvania, to the inhabit- 
ants of the Britifh colonies. Second edition. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1768. 

— 3 The crifis; inanfwer to the falfe alarm. London, 1770. 

— 5 Andrew Marvell's fecond addrefs to the inhabitants of 
Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1773. 

— 6 A narrative of the meafures purfued at the anniverfary 
election for reprefentatives, in the county of Bucks, 
October, 1770. Philadelphia, 1771. 

— 7 The crifis extraordinary. 

—9 An eflay on free trade and finance. By a Citizen of 
Philadelphia. Numbers i, 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1779, & c . 

-—10 



General and local Politics. Oclavo. 2 1 j 

— 10 The information delivered to the legiflature of the ftate 
of Maryland, relative to the proceedings of the gene- 
ral convention, lately held at Philadelphia. By 
Luther Martin, With a letter to Thomas C. Deye ; 
an addrefs to the citizens of the United States ; and 
fome remarks relative to a (landing army, and a bill 
of rights. Philadelphia, 1788. 

* J 775 — * Drummer's defence of the New England charters. 

London. 

— 2 An application of fome political rules, to the prefent 
ftate of Great Britain, Ireland and America. In a 
letter to earl Temple. London, 1766. 

- — 3 Two papers on the fubject of taxing the Britifh colo- 
nies in America. London, 1767. 

— 4 The proceedings of the congrefs held at New York, in 
the year 1765, on the American ftamp-act. 1767. 

—5 The occurrences in North America and policy of Great 
Britain, confidered. London, 1766. 

* 1776 — 1 An account of a late conference on the occurrences in 

America. London, 1766. 

— 2 Considerations on behalf of the colonies. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1765. 

— 3 The juftice and neceftity of taxing the American colo- 
nies, demonftrated. London, 1766. 

—4 The examination of Doctor Benjamin Franklin, before 
the houfe of commons, relative to the repeal of the 
ftamp-act, in the year 1766. 

— 5 The conduct of the late admini fixation examined, re" 
lative to the American ftamp-act; with original do- 
cuments. Second edition. London, 1767. 

* 1777 — 1 The hiftory of the conduct of the prefent miniftry, 

with regard to the American ftamp-act. Second 
edition. London, 1766. 

— 2 Protefts againft the bill to repeal the American ftamp- 
act. Paris, 1766. 

— 3 A lift of the minority in the houfe of commons who 
voted againft the bill to repeal the American ftamp- 
act. Paris, 1766. 

— 4 Letters from a farmer of Pennfylvania, to the inhabi- 
tants of the Britifh colonies. London, 1768. 

■ — 5 A petition from the aiTembly of MalTachufetts-bay to 
the king; with feveral other papers. 1768. 

DUODECIMO, 



6i2 General and local Politics. Duodecimo. 



DUODECIMO. 

72 Reflexions on the caufes of the rife and fall of the Roman 
empire. Translated from the French of M. de Secon- 
dat, baron de Montefquieu. To which is added, 
the eloge of M. de Montefquieu, by M» de Maupertius. 
Glafgow, 1758. 

94 The North- Briton j with notes. London, 1764. 

r. I The free holder; or political efiays. By Jofeph Addifon. 
f Seventh edition. 2 vols. London, j 746. 

421 CharacterHUcs of the prefent political ftate of Great Bri- 
tain. Second edition. London, 1758. 

f 428 See page 68, (Civil Hiftory.) 

509 The Leviathan drawn out with a hook ; or animadverfions 
upon Mr. Hobbes's Leviathan. With fome obfervations 
upon Sir Walter Raleigh's hiftory of the world. Lon- 
don, 1653. 

571 A treatife on the focial compact; or the principles of po- 
litic law. By J. J. Roufieau. London, 1764. 

5 3 7 Letters between John Wilkes, the duke of Grafton, and 
^ f other eminent perfonages. 1769. 

636 The Letters of Junius. 2 vols. London, 1772. 

669 Defenfe de la nation Britannique contre l'auteur de l'avis 

important aux refugies. Londres, 1692. 

670 A collection of tracts; containing the American whig, &c. 

on the fubject of Proteftant biihops in America. 2 vols. 
New York, 1768. 

# 716— -2 Letters from general Wamington to feveral of his 

friends, in the year 1776; with Jacob Duche's letter 
to him, and an anfwer to it, by John Parke. 1778' 

* 717—2 The rights of Great Britain averted, againfl: the 

claims of America. Seventh edition. To which is 
added, a refutation of Doctor Price's ftatement of 
the national debt. London, 1776. 

718 



General and local Politics* Duodecimo. 213 

718 Eden's letters to the earl of Carlifle, on various political 
fubjects; with a fifth letter on population. Third edi- 
tion. London, 1780. 

* 730 — 3 Strictures on the Philadelphia Mefchianza; or triumph 

upon leaving America unconquered. Philadelphia, 

1780. 

784 General Wafliington's circular letter. Philadelphia. Gift 
of Robert Smith, junr, 

* 794 — 1 A letter from Sir William Keith, governor of Penn- 

fylvania, to James Logan, Efquire. Philadelphia, 

1725. 

— 3 A letter from a farmer to his friend. Philadelphia. 

— 4 A letter from Benjamin Jones in Virginia, to John 
Jones in Pennfylvania, relative to the encroachments 
of the French in Pennfylvania. 1754. 

— 9 An addrefs to the public. Philadelphia, 1 768. 

— 10 The nature and estent of parliamentary power, confi- 
dered. New York, 1768. 

* 796 — 1 An addrefs to the convention of Virginia. Philadel- 

phia, 1776. 

— 2 Thoughts on government; applicable to the prefent 
ftate of America. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 3 An addrefs from the convention of New York, to 
their conftituents. Philadelphia, 1777. 

— 4 Drayton's fpeech, before the afTembly of South Caro- 
lina, upon the articles of confederation. Charlef- 
town, 1778. 

— 5 The constitution of the ftate of New Ireland, known 
by the name cf Nova Scotia. Philadelphia. 

~6 Confiderations on the independence, trade and fifneries 
of New Ireland, and the adjacent iflands. Phila- 
delphia. 

• — 7 A defence of the right of the New Hampfhire grants. 
Drefden, 1779. 

—10 The proceedings of the town-meeting in the city of 

Philadelphia. 1779. 

•—1 1 An addrefs from the legiflature of New York to their 
conftituents. Fifti-kill, 1781. 

?-=-i 2 The prowefs of the whig club, and the manceuvres of 
Legion. Baltimore, 1777. 

* 797 — 6 



14 General and local Politics. Duodecimo. 



797- 



* 



803—; 



6 The middle line; or an attempt to furnifh fome hints 
for ending the differences fubfifting between Great 
Eritain and the colonies. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 7 The fpeech of lord North in the houfe of commons, 
on the feventeenth of February, 1778. Baltimore. 

— 8 An addrefs to fuch of the Quakers as are defirous of 
fupporting the teftimony of their anceftors. Phila- 
delphia, 1775. 

* 800 — 2 A pretty ftory, written in the year 2774 of the Chrif- 
tian aera. By Peter Grievous. Philadelphia, 1774. 

—3 Political reflections fubmitted to the confideration of 
the Britifh colonies. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— -4 Paris papers; or Silas Deane's intercepted letters, t* 
his brothers, and other intimate friends in America. 
New York, 1782. 

2 Remontrances du parlement de Bordeaux au roi. 
1 771, 

-3 DifTertation fur les whigs et les torys par M. de Rapin 
Thoyras. A la Haye, 17 17. 

-4 Lit de juftice tenu par le roi a Verfailles le 1 3 Avril, 
1771. 

Lettres (Pun fermicr de Pennfylvanie, traduites de l'An- 
glois. A Amiterdam, 1769. 

Recueils de reglemens, edits, declarations et arrets, ccn- 
cernant le commerce, l'adminiftration de la juftice, et 
la police des colonies Francaifes de PAmerique et les 
Engages. Avec le code noir. A Paris, 1745. 

Adams's defence of the conftitutions of government of the 
United States of America. Volume 1. Philadelphia, 
1787. 

—3 Thoughts on government ; applicable to the prefent 
flate of the American colonies. Philadelphia, 1776. 

—4 A candid examination of the addrefs of the minority 
of the council of cenfors. Philadelphia, 1784. 

-5 Confiderations upon the teft-law of Pennfylvania. By 
Benjamin Ruih. Second edition. Philadelphia, 17 85. 
This volume the gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

L. Nicolai Machiavelli difputationum de republica libri 
III. Ex Italico Latini fa&i. Francofurti, 1708. 

L. See page 72, (Civil Hijlory.) 

944 £• 



813 
821 



S54 



* 870- 



891 
t 94° 



General and local Politics. Duodecimo. 2 1 5 

944 Z. Thorns Smlthi de republica Anglorum libri tres. Item 
varii aliorum difcurius politici de Regno Anglise, 
ejufque adminiftratione ac CafparL Contareni de re- 
publica Venetorum libri V. Lugduni Batavorum, 
1625. 

* 9^5 — 2 An examination of the conftitution for the United 

States of America. By an American citizen. With 
a fpeech of James Wilfon, Efquire, on the fame 
f abject. Philadelphia, 1788. Gift of Zacharlah 
Pou/fon, junr. 

— 3 Confiderations upon the prefent tefl-law of Pennfylva- 
nia. By Benjamin Rufh. Second edition. Phila- 
delphia, 1785. Gift of the author. 

* 988 — I Thoughts on government; applicable to the prefent 

ftate of America. Philadelphia, 1771. 

— 2 An addrefs to the convention of Virginia, recom- 
mending a particular form of government to their 
confideration. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 3 A pretty ftory, written in the year 2774 of the Chrif- 
tian aera. By Peter Grievous., Second edition. 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

■ 1 The middle line; or an attempt to furnifh fome 
hints for ending the differences fubfifting between 
Great Britain and the colonies. Philadelphia, 

177JT- 

— 2 The examinations of Doctor Marriot, and Meffrs. 
Meferes and Hey at the bar of parliament, con- 
cerning the religion and laws of Quebec. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774. 

— 3 Political reflections fubmitted to the confideration 
of the Britifh colonies. By a citizen of Philadel- 
phia. Philadelphia, 1774. 

— 4 A pretty ftory, written in the year 2774 of the 
Chriftian aera. By Peter Grievous. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

* 991 — 2 The examinations of Doctor Marriot, and Meffrs. 

Meferes and Hey at the bar of parliament, concern- 
ing the religion and laws of Quebec. Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 5 A plan for conciliating the interefts of Great Biitain 
and America. London, 1775. 

— 6 A fummary view of the rights of Britifh America; 
fet forth in refolutions intended for the infpecticn of 
the convention of Virginia. Willianifburg. 

IOC7 — I 







1 1 6 General and local Politics, Duodecimo. 

♦ 1007 — 1 Thoughts on government; applicable to the prefent 
ftate of the American colonies. Philadelphia, 1776, 

— 2 A ferious addrefs to fuch of the inhabitants of Penn- 
fylvania as connived at the mafTacre of the indians 
at Lancafter. Philadelphia, 1764. 

— 7 The Quaker unmafked ; or plain truth. Philadelphia,. 
1764. 

■ — 8 A dialogue, containing fome reflections on the late de- 
claration and remonftrance of the back inhabitants 
of Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1764. 

— -1 2 An addrefs to the convention of Virginia. By a na- 
tive of that colony. Philadelphia, 1776. 

> — 13 A defence of the right of the New Hampfhire grants. 
Drefden, 1779. 

— 14 The fpeech of William Henry Drayton, in the general 
alTembly of South Carolina, upon the articles of 
confederation. Charleftown, 1778. 

1 010 The federalift; a collection of effays in favour of the new 
conilitution, as agreed upon by the federal convention, 
September 17, 1787; to which is added, the new con- 
stitution. 2 vols. New York, 1788. 



VII. Trade 



Trade and Commerce, Sec. Folid. 217 



VIL Trade and Commerce, Treaties en Annuities and 

Infurance* 



FOLIO. 

12 A NDERSON's hiftorical and chronological dedu&ien 
JTjL of the origin of commerce, from the earlieft ac- 
counts to the prefent time; with an appendix, con- 
taining the modern politico-commercial geography 
of the feveral countries of Europe. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1764. 

26 An universal dictionary of trade and commerce. Trans- 
lated from the French of Monfieur Savary, with large 
additions and improvements, by Malachy Poftlethwayt. 
Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

57 Lex Mercatoria Rediviva; or the merchant's directory. 
By Windham Beawes. Second edition. London, 176 1. 

153 A new dictionary of trade and commerce. By Mr. Rolt. 
London, 1756. 

f 203 Lex Mercatoria; or the ancient law-merchant. By Ge- 
rard Malynes. London, 1656. 

242 The merchant's map of commerce; handling the univer- 
ial matter and manner of trade; with the coins, weights 
and meafures of all places of traffic* By L. Roberts, 
1637. Gift of Jofepb Breininall. 

368 Whitworth's ftate of the trade of Great Britain, in its 
imports and exports, progrefllvely from the year 1697; 
alfo the trade to each particular country, during the 
above period. London, 1776. 

* 413 — S Nieuwe projecten, geinventeert door Jan Van Schagen, 
Raad Fifcaal des Eilands Curagao, althans zich be- 
vii: jende tot Amiterdam. Strekkende ten confider- 

.\ ablen voordeele van de Wefc-Indifche compagnie. 

QJJ ARTO, 
E e 



218 Trade and Commerce^ &c. Quarto. 



25 

t 187 

236 

275 
* 462 
* 4 65 



QJJ A R T O. 

An efTay on insurances. To which is added, the famous 
infurance caufe, pleaded before the houfe of lords. By- 
Nicholas Magens. 2 vols. London, 1755. 

De Jure maritimo et navali ; or a treatife of affairs mari- 
time and of commerce. By Charles Molloy. Seventh 
edition. 1722. 

The merchant's public counting- houfe. By Malachy 
Poftlethwayt. London, 1 75 1. 

A treatife upon the trade from Great Britain to Africa. 
By an African merchant. London, 1772. 

— 1 2 The deed of fettlement of the fociety for infuring of 
houfes in and near Philadelphia. 

— 5 Propofals for trade and commerce in New Jerfey. 

1717. 



OCTAVO. 



f 37 The Britifti cuftoms; containing an hiftorical and practical 
account of that revenue, &c. with an index, in which 
all the laws now in force, relating to the cuftoms, are 
abridged. By Henry Saxby. London, 1757. 

f 5$ The law of bills of exchange, promiiTory notes, bank 
notes and infurances; with rules for computing the ex- 
change between England and the principal places of 
trade in Europe. By T. Cunningham. Second edition. 
London, 1761. 

86 The negociator's magazine; or an account of the monies, 
weights and meaiures of the principal places of trade in 
the world; the European exchanges, &c. By Richard 
Hayes. Seventh edition. London, 1 740. 

\ 276 See page 108, (Geography and Topography.) 

' 316 The theory and practice -of commerce and maritime af- 
fairs. Written originally in Spaniih, by Don Jeronymo 
de Uftariz. Tranflated by John Kippax. 2 vols. 
London, 1751. 

t 394 



Trade and Commerce, &c. O&avo. 219 

{■ 394 The act of tonnage and poundage, and rates of merchan- 
dize; with all the duties payable upon merchandize 
imported and exported. London, 1 702. 

f 415 See page i8r, (General and local Politics. J 

447 The American negociator; or the various currencies of 
the Britifh colonies in America, and in the iflands, re- 
duced to Englifh money. By John Wright. Third 
edition. 1765. Gift of Benjamin Condy. 

f 536 See page 44, (Civil Hi/lory. J 

f 561 Dietionarium rufticum, urbanicum et botanicum; or a 
dictionary of hufbandry, gardening, trade, commerce, 
and all forts of country affairs; with plates. Third 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1726. 

587 Britain's commercial intereft explained and improved; in 
a feries of differtaticms on feveral important branches 
of her trade and police. By Malachy Pofllethwayt. 
2 vols. London, 1757. 

633 The analyfis of trade, commerce, coin, bullion, banks, 
and foreign exchanges. By Philip Cantillon. London, 
1759. 

f 689 A complete view of the Britifh cufloms; to which is ad- 
ded, an index, comprehending the fubftance of the 
laws, now in force, relating to the cuftoms, &c. By 
Henry Crouch. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 

1745- 
741 A treatife upon money, coins and exchange, both in 
theory and practice; with forms of bills moftly in ufe, 
and the cuftom of merchants relating thereto. By 
John Hewitt. London, 1755. Gift of George Keith, of 
London. 

f 749 The complete merchant's clerk; or Britiih and American 
compting-houie. By William Wefton. London, 1754. 

815 The complete Englifh tradefman; directing him in the 
feveral parts of trade. Third edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1732. 

820 Bifhop Huet's hiftory of the commerce and navigation of 
the ancients. Tranflated into Englifh. London, 1716. 

* 891 — 2 An effay on the advantages and difadvantages which 
reflectively attend France and Great Britain, with 
regard to trade. London, 1 749. 

* 1027 See page 185, (General and local Politics.) 

*°37 



12157 



2 20 Trade and Commerce , eVc- O&avo. 

1037 Obfervations en reverfionary payments on fchemes for 
providing annuities for widows, &c. and on the national 
debt. By Richard Price. Second edition, with a fup- 

plement. London, 1772. 

1046 Annuities on lives. By A. De Moivre. London, 1752. 

* 1106^—4 A fupplement to the fecond edition of " Price's obfer- 
vations on reverfionary payments. " London, 1772. 

Morgan on the doctrine of annuities and affiirances on 
lives and furvivorfhips. With an effay on the prefent 
ftate of population in England and Wales. By Doc- 
tor Price. London, 1779. 

* 1236 — f — 4 See page 189, (General and local Pilitics.) 

* 1 28 1 — 3 Lord Sheffield's obfervations on the commerce of the 

American dates with Europe and the Weil Indies. 
Philadelphia, 1783. 

—4 Bingham's ftrictures on " Lord Sheffield's obfervations 
on the commerce of the American ftates." Phila- 
delphia, 1783. 

f 1360 Seepage 193, (General and local Politics,) 

* 1465 — 1 Webiter's effay on credit, in which the doctrine of 

banks is confidered. Philadelphia, 1786. 

— 4 An effay on money, as a medium of commerce; with 
remarks on paper money. Philadelphia, 1786. 

J 1507 See page 100, (Voyages and Travels.) 

And page no, (Geography and Topography.) 

* 1590 — 2 Confideraticns on lowering the value of gold coins in 

Maffachufetts-bay. 1 7 6 1 . 

— 6 State of importations from Great Britain into the port 
of Bo ft on, from the eighth of January, to the 
twenty- ninth of June, 1770. Bofton. 

* 1 59 1 — 4 Gordon's plan of a fociety for making provifion for 

widows, by annuities for life. Bofton, 1772. 

1 757 Confiderations on the relative fituation of France and the 
United States of America. Tranflated from the French 
of Etienne Claviere, and J. P. Briifot de Warville. 
London, 1788. Gift of J. P. Brijfot de Warville. 



DUODECIMO. 



Trade and Commerce, &c. Duodecimo. £2r 



DUODECIMO. 

140 The trade and navigation of Great Britain considered. 
By Jofhua Gee. Fourth edition. London, 1738. 

183! A new difcourfe of trade; wherein are recommended 
& > feveral weighty points relating to companies of mer- 
542 j chants, &c. By Jofiah Child. Fourth edition. Lon- 
don. 

190! The Britifh merchant; being a collection of papers relat- 
& > ing to the trade and commerce of Great Britain and 

305 J Ireland. Published by Charles King, from the origin- 
als of Sir Theodore Janfen, Mr. Cooke, Mr. Martin, 
Mr. Milner, Mr. Torriano, Jofhua Gee, and others. 
Second edition. 3 vols. London, 1743. 

304 The complete Englifh tradefman; directing him in the 
feveral parts and progreffions of trade. Fifth edition. 
2 vols. London, 1745. 

388 England's treafure by foreign trade; or the balance of our 
foreign trade is the rule of our treafure. By Thomas 
Mun. Glafgow, 1755. 

616 Money and trade confidered. By John Law. Glafgow, 
1760. 



VIII. Law. 



222 Law* Folic. 



VIII. Law a 



FOLIO. 

* $5 A ^ E W nava ^ hiftory. To which is added, an ab-. 
JLjL ftracl of the laws, now in force, for regulating- 
trade and commerce. By John Entick. London,. 

1757- 
54 The rights, of war and peace; wherein are explained the 
law of nature and nations. Written in Latin, by Hu- 
go Grotius, and tranflated into Engliili. With the 
notes of Mr. Barbeyrac. London, 1738. 

$6 The flatutes at large, from Magna Charta to March 7, 
1722; carefully examined by the rolls of parliament. 
By John Keeble. 5 vols. London, 1695 an ^ 1724. 

58 Gibfon's collection of the flatutes, conftitutions, canons, 
rubiicks, and articles of the church of England. 2 vols. 
London, 17 13. 

86 Origo legum; or a treatife of the origin of laws. By 
George Dawfon. London, 1694. 

105 A new law dictionary. To which is annexed, a table of 
references to all the arguments of lord chief juftice 
Kolt. By Giles Jacob. Sixth edition. London, 1750. 

114 The practical conveyancer; containing rules for drawing 
all forts of deeds, wills, &c. By John Lilly. Lon- 
don, 1742. 

122 Precedents in conveyancing, fettled and improved by Gil- 

bert Horfeman, and other eminent council. Second 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

123 Civil law, in its natural order; with the public law. 

Written in French, by Monfieur Domat, and tranflated 
into Englifh, by William Strahan. To which are added, 
remarks on fome material differences between the civil 
law and the law of England. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1738. 

*5& 



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223 



159 Britannic confiitution; or the fundamental forms of go- 
vernment in Britain; demonilrating the original contract 
entered into' by king and people. By Roger Acherly. 
London, 1727. 

186 Inflitutes of the laws of England. By Thomas Wood. 
Fifth edition. London, 1734. 

1 96 The acts of the anembly, palled in the ifland of Jamaica, 
from the year 1681, to 1737, inclufive. London, 1738. 

f 203 See page 217, (Trade and Commerce, Sec.) 

224 The third and fourth parts of the inftitutes of the laws of 

England. By Sir Edward Coke. Sixth edtion. 2 
volumes in one. London, 1680 and 1681. 

225 Principles of equity. Edinburgh, 1760. 

230 The trial of John Peter Zenger, printer of the New 

York Weekly Journal. Gift of Henry Pratt. 

231 The laws of the government of Newcaftle, Kent and 

Suflex upon Delaware. Philadelphia, T.752. 

233 The charters and laws of Pennfylvania. 2 vols. Phila- 
delphia, 1742. Gift of the ajfembly of Pennfylvania. 

240 The twelfth part of the reports of Sir Edward Coke. 
London, 1656. 

254 A complete collection of ftate- trials, from the reign of 

king Richard the fecond, to the end of the reign of 
king George the firft. Second edition. 3 vols. Lon- 
don, 1730. 

255 A new abridgment and critical review of the {late-trials, 

from the reign of king Richard the fecond, to the re- 
markable trial of captain rorteous, in the eleventh year 
of the reign of king George the fecond. London, 1738. 

258 Pufendorf on the law of nature and nations; with the 
notes of Mr. Barbeyrac. To which is prefixed, Mr. 
Barbeyrac's hiltorical and critical account of the fcience 
of morality, and the progreis it has made in the world. 
London, 1729. 

260 A treatife of the pleas of the crown. By William Haw- 

kins. Third edition. London, 1739. 

261 A new inftitute of the imperial or crown law; with notes. 

To which is prefixed, a treatife of the firft principles of 
law in general. By Thomas Wood. Fourth edition. 
Lolidon, 1730. 

262 



224 Laiv. Folio. 

262 Sir Matthew Hale's hiftory of the pleas of the crown j 

with notes, by Sollom Emlyn. 2 vols. London, 1736. 

263 An abridgment of the public ftatutes, in force, from 

Magna Charta, to the eleventh year of the reign of 
king George the fecond, inclufive. By John Cay. 2 
vols. London, 1739. 

264 Reports of cafes adjudged in the court of King's Bench; 

with fome fpecial cafes in the courts of Chancery, 
Common Pleas and Exchequer, from the firft year of 
William and Mary, to the tenth of queen Anne. By 
William Salkeld. Fourth edition, with references, by 
Knightley D'Anvers. London, 1742. 

265 The common law common placed; containing the fub» 

ftance and effects of all the common law cafes. By 
Giles Jacob. Second edition. London, 1733. 

266 The firft part of the inflitutes of the laws of England; or 

a commentary upon Littleton. By Edward Coke. 
Twelfth edition. In the Savoy, 1738. 

268 Modern reports; or felect cafes adjudged in the courts of 
King's Bench, Chancery, &c. fmce the reftoration of 
king Charles the fecond. Third edition. 6 vols. Lon- 
don, 1720. 

279 An aft of affembly, paiTed in the ifland of Antigua, for 
eftabliihing courts, and for the better adminidration of 
juilice. Gift of jfobn Buries 

2S6 The Great Charter, and Charter cf the Foreft; with other 
authentic inftruments. To which is prefixed, an intro- 
ductory difcourfe, containing the hiftory of the charters. 
v By William Blackftone. Oxford, 1759. 

287 The cafe of the duke of Hamilton, againfi; A. Douglas, 
Efquire. 

301 Seepage 18, (Civ'l Hi/lory.) 

302 A treatife of teftaments and lall wills; compiled out of 

the laws ccclefiaftical, civil and canon. By Henry 
Swinburne. Sixth edition, London, 1743. 

303 A report of fome proceedings en the commiffion of Oyer 

and Terminer and goal delivery, for the trial of the re- 
bels, in the year 1746, in the county of Surry; and of 
other crown cafes. To which are added, difcourfes 
upon a few branches of the crown law, By M. Folter. 
Oxford, 1762. 

310 



Law. Folio. 225 

310 The acts of the afTembly of Virginia; with a fupplement. 

Williamfburgh, 1769. 

3 1 1 The acts of the afTembly of Pennfylvania, from its firfl 

fettlement, to the year 1781. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 
1776 and 1782. 

312 The ads of the afTembly of the province of New Jerfey, 

from the feventeenth day of April, 1702, to the four- 
teenth day of January, 1776. Revifed by Samuel Al- 
linfon. Burlington, 1776. 

335 Wefkett's complete digeft of the theory, laws and practice 
of infurance. London, 1781. 

342 Douglas's reports of cafes in the court of King's Bench, 

in the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-firft years of 
the reign of George the third. London, 1783. 

343 Blackftone's reports of cafes in the feveral courts of Wcft- 

minfter-hall, from the year 1746, to 1779; with a 
preface, containing memoirs of the author's life. 2 
vols. London, 1781. 

374 Cunningham's law dictionary. 2 vols. London, 1783. 

397 The laws of the flate of New York; commencing with 
the firfl: feffton of the fenate and afTembly, after the de- 
claration of independency, to the year 1782. Pough- 
keepfie. 

399 The acts of the afTembly of the Mate of Pennfylvania, 

from November 28, 1776, to Apiil 1, 1784. 

400 The grants, conceffions and original conftitutions of New 

Jerfey; with the acts pafTed from 1664, to 1701. Phi- 
ladelphia. 

401 A bill in the Chancery of New Jerfey, at the fait of John, 

earl of Stair, and others, proprietors of the Eaftern 
divifion of New Jerfey, againft Benjamin Bond and 
others; with maps. New York, 1747. 

403 The laws of New Jerfey, from November 10, 1773, to 
January 9, 1781. Trenton, 1774 and 1781. 

405 A collection of the laws of Maryland, from May 10, 
1692, to October 3, 1728. Anapolis, 1727 and 1728. 

* 412 — 2 An account of the illegal profecution and trial of colo- 
nel Nicholas Bayard, of New York, for high trea- 
fon, in 1701-2. New York, 1702. 

— 5 Delancy's charge to the grand jury of New York. 
'733- 

F f —7 



226 Law* Folio. 

7 A narrative cf the trial of John Peter Zenger, printer 

of the New York Weekly Journal; with remarks on 
faid trial. Lancafter, 1756. 

— 8 The charter of the city of New York. 1735. 

— 10 Laws made by the mayor, aldermen and commonalty 
of the city of New York ; with the acts of the gene- 
ral alfembly relating to the government of the faid 
city. New York, 1763. 

* 413 — 1 The proceedings of a general court-martial, July 4, 
1778, for the trial of major-general Lee. Phila- 
delphia, 1778. 

— 2 The proceedings of a court-martial, Auguft 25, 1778, 
for the trial of major-general St. Clair. 

— 3 The proceedings of a court-martial, October 1, 1778, 
for the trial of major-general Schuyler. 

-—4 The proceedings of a court-martial, June 1, 1779, 
for the trial of major-general Arnold. Philadel- 
phia, 1780. 

—5 A collection of charters and other public acts relating 
to Pennfylvania. Philadelphia, 1 740. 

— 6 An act for the eftablifhment of a college or univerfity 
in Rhode Iiland. Newport, j 7 64. 

420 The charters and laws of the province of Pennfylvania 

and of the city of Philadelphia, from the year 1700, 
to 1742. Philadelphia, 1742. Gift of ZacJmrlah Poul- 
fon, junr. 

421 The acts of the arTembly of the province of New Jerfey, 

from the year 1703, to 1761. Revifed by Samuel Ne- 
vill. 2 vols. Woodbridge, 1752 and 1761. Gift of 
Zacharlah Poulfon, junr. 

* 514 — 6 The acts paded by the general aflembly of the Mate of 
New Jerfey, from the twenty-feventh of Auguft, 
1776, to the feventeenth of March, 1777. To 
which is prefixed the conuitution of the laid (late. 
Darlington, 1777. Gift of J'ofeph Crukfhank. 

— 7 Minutes of the proceedings at a court-martial, afTem- 
blcd for the trial of admiral Auguilus Keppel, on 
a charge exhibited againit. him by vice-admiral Sir 
Hugh Pallifer. London, 1779. 

— 8 Minutes of the proceedings at a court-martial, aflem- 
bied for the trial of vice-admiral Sir Hugh Pallifer. 
London, 1779. This, and the preceding pamphlet, the 
gift of Doclor Thomas Parke. 

—9 



Lazu. Folio. 227 

—9 Proceedings of a court-martial, July 4, 1778, for the 
trial of major-general Lee. Philadelphia, 1778. 

— 10 Proceedings of a court-martial, June I, 1779, for the 
trial of major-general Arnold. Philadelphia, 1780. 
This, and the preceding pamphlet, the gift of Zachariah 
Poulfon, junr. 



QJJARTO. 

41 The ftatutes at large, from Magna Charta, to the end of 

the laft parliament, 1761. By Owen Ruffhead. 8 vols. 
London. 

42 "J Commentaries on the laws of England. By William 
& > Blackflone. Third edition. 4 vols. London, 1768. 

2 51 J Oxford, 1770. 

53 A collection of charters, in manufcript, viz. The charter 
of Pennfylvania, granted by king Charles the fecond, 
to William Penn, Efquire; the charter of William 
Penn to the freemen of the faid province; and the 
charter for erecting Philadelphia into a city, by Willi- 
am Penn. 

64 The four books of Juftinian's inftitutions. Tranflated into 
Englifh, with notes, by George Harris. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1761. 

66 Obfervations upon the ftatutes, from Magna Charta, to 
the twenty- flrft year of the reign of James the firft; 
with an appendix, being a propofal for new modelling 
the ftatutes. Second edition. London, 1766. 

72I Whitelocke's notes upon the king's writ for choofing 

& J- members of parliament; being difquifitions on the go- 

S77J vernment of England by king, lords and commons. 

Publifhed by Charles Morton. 2 vols. London, 1766. 

155 "} A delineation of univerfal law. By Fettiplace Bel- 
& > lers. London, 1750. Third edition. London, 



* 237- 



"1 A delme 
> lers. 

•I J 1754- 



I. ~ (A letter concerning the privileges of the aiTembly of 
, f Jamaica. Second edition. Kingfton, 1765. 

16s 



228 Law, Quarto. 

165 The orphan's legacy; or a teftamentary abridgement. By 
John Godolphin. Fourth edition. London, 1701. 

f 187 See page 218, (Trade and Commerce, Sec.) 

207 A general treatife of the dominion and laws of the fea. 
By Alexander Juftice. London, 1705. 

224 The law of nations; or principles of the law of nature, 
applied to the conduct and affairs of nations and fove- 
reigns. Tranflated from the French of M. De Vattel. 
2 volumes in one. London, 1760. 

240 The cafe of Archibald Douglas, Efquire, and his guar- 

dians, againft the duke of Hamilton and others ; to be 
heard at the bar of the houfe of lords, on the fixteenth 
of January, 1769. 

241 Proof for Archibald Douglas, Efquire, againft the duke 

of Hamilton and others. January 28, 1766. 

272 An historical treatife of the feudal law and the conftitution 
and laws of England; with a commentary on Magna 
Charta. By Francis Stoaghton Sullivan. London, 
1722. 

286 Letters to lord Mansfield, from Andrew Stuart, Efquire. 
London, 1773. G*ft °f 7°^ n Crojfe. 
f 306 See page 177, (General and local Politics.) 

335 Bever's hiftory of the legal polity of the Roman fenate; 
and of the rife, progrefs and extent of the Roman laws. 
London, 1781. 

401 Hatfell's collection of cafes of the privileges of parlia- 
ment, from the earlieft periods, to the year 1628. 
London, 1776. 

418 The elements of jurifprudence, treated of in-the prelimi- 
nary part of a courfe of lectures on the laws of En- 
gland. London, 1783. 

462—20 The proceedings of the court of vice-admiralty, in 
Charleftown, South Carolina, in the caufe — George 
Roupell v. the ihip Ann and goods. America, 
1768. 

* 463—9 The treaties of amity and commerce and of alliance, 
between his moft Chriftian majefty and the United 
States of America. Philadelphia, 1778. 

* 464 — 12 



* 



Law, Quarto. 229 

* 464 — 12 The conftitution of the ftate of Georgia. Georgia, 

1777. 

— 1 3 An aft for the better fettling of inteftates' eftates, 
and an aft for the fecuring the liberty of the fubjeft. 
Georgia, 1777. 

— 14 The cafe of the floop Aftive. Philadelphia, 1779. 

* 465 — 2 A narrative of the imprifonment of two Prefbyterian 

minifters. New York, 1755. 

— 3 A charge given by the chief juflice of New York to 
the grand jury, March, 1726-7. New York, 1727. 

* 504 — 2 The rules and orders for regulating the practice of the 

Supreme Court of the ftate of Pennfylvania. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1788. Gift of Zacharlah PouIfon y funr. 



OCTAVO. 

26 Lex Coronatoria; or the office and duty of coroners. By 
Edward Umfreville. 2 vols. London, 1761. 

34 Britifh liberties; or the free born fubjeft's inheritance; con- 
taining the laws that form the bads of thofe liberties, 
with obfervations thereon. Second edition. London, 
1767. 
•f 37 Seepage 218, (Trade and Commerce, Sec. J 

* 47 — 2 The cafe of marriages between near kindred consider- 
ed, with refpeft to the doctrine of the Scripture, 
the law of nature, and the laws of England. Lon- 
don, 1756. 

■f 55 See page 218, (Trade and Commerce, Szc.J 

70 1 Montefquieu on the fpirit of laws. Tranflated fiom the 
& > French, with corrections and additions, by the author. 
73 J 2 vols. London, 1750. Second edition. London, 
1752. 

77 The principles of natural law; in which the true fyflems 
of morality and civil government are eftablifhed; and 
the different fentiments of Grotius, Hobbes, Pufen- 
dorf, Barbeyrac, Locke, Clark, and Hutchinfon, oc- 
cafionally considered. By J. J. Burlamaqui. Tranf- 
lated by Mr. Nugent. London, 1748. 

85 



2 ?q £^ic. Octavo. 

85 The principles of politic law; being a fequel to the prin- 
ciples of natural law. By J. J. Burlamaqui. Trans- 
lated into Engliih, by Mr. Nugent. London, 1752. 

96 The ftudcnt's law- dictionary; or complete Engliih law- 
expofitor. London, 1740. 

122 An eiTay on crimes and punifhments. Tranflated from 
the Italian of the marquis Beccaria; with a commentary, 
attributed to Monfieur De Voltaire, tranflated from the 
French. London, 1767. 

135 The law of England concerning juries; with a complete 
treatife of the law of evidence. By Giles Duncombe. 
London, 1725. 

* 227 — 3 An account of the trial of colonel John Lilburne, at 

Guild-hall. London, 1649. 

244 A general collection of treaties of peace and commerce, 
renunciations, manifeftoes and other public papers, 
from the year 1642, to the year 1731. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1757. 

* 261 — 6 For the colony in Virgines Britannia. Lavves, diuine, 

morall and martiall. London, 161 2. 

303 Inftitutes of natural law; being the fubftance of a courfe 
of lectures on Grotius de jure Belli et Pacis. By T. 
Rutherford. 2 vols, Cambridge, 1754. 

321 Lex parliarnentana; or a treatife of the law and cuftoms 
of parliaments. Second edition. London. 

372 The hiRory of the high court of parliament, and of court 
baron and court leet. 2 vols. London, 1731. 

380 Select trials for murders, robberies, and other offences, 
at the feffions in the Old Bailey; with accounts of the 
lives and confeffions of the moil: eminent convicts, from 
the year 1720 to 1732. 2 vols. London, 1734* 

390 Engliih liberties; or the free-born fubject's inheritance. 
Compiled by Henry Care. Fourth edition. London, 
1719. 

■f 394 See page 219, (Trade and Commerce, 8cc.) 

395 The trial of Doctor Henry Sacheverell, before the houfe 
of peers, upon an impeachment by the houfe of com- 
mons. London, 1 7 10. Gift of John Smith. 

* 443 — 3 A letter concerning libels, warrants, and the feizure 

of papers. Sixth edition. London, 1766. 

4* 1 



Law. Octavo. 231 

451 The ftatute-law common- placed; or a general table of 
the ftatutes, from Magna Charta, to the reign of king- 
George the fecond. Fourth edition. London, 1739. 

* 468—4 An inquiry into the nature and effect of the writ of 

Habeas Corpus. Second edition. London, 1758. 

548 Extracts from fuch laws as particularly relate to the good 
order of this metropolis; with an account of the felonies 
made fo by ftatute ; and a treatife on the office of con- 
ftable. By Sir John Fielding. London, 1762. 

570 The fource, ftrength and true fpirit of laws; in which the 
errors of Mr. de Montefquieu, and fome other writers, 
are coniidered; with e flays on the natural origin of po- 
litical governments! By count De Cataneo. London, 

1753- 

615 Historical law-tracts. Second edition. Edinburgh, 1 761. 

627 A methodical fyftem of univerfal law; or the laws of na- 
ture and nations deduced from certain principles, and 
applied to proper cafes. By jo. Got. Heineccius. 
Tranflated by George Turnbull. To which is added, 
a difcourfe upon the nature and origin of moral and 
civil laws. 2 vols. London, 1 7 5 1 . 

721 The law and practice of ejectments. Second edition. 
London, 1741. 

* 798 — 6 De Veil's obfervations on the practice of a juftice of 

the peace; intended for fuch as defign to act for 
Middlefex or Weftminfter. London, 1747. 

—8 Samuel Chew's fpeech to the grand jury of the county 
of New Caftle, November, 1741. Philadelphia, 
1741. 

822 An efTay towards a general hiftory of feudal property in 
Great Britain. By John Dalrymple. Third edition. 
London, 1758. 

827 The laws, ordinances and mftitutions of the admiralty of 
Great Britain, civil and military; with diflertations and 
notes. 2 vols. London, 1746. 

S3 3 The Frederician code; or a body of law for the dominions 
of the king of Pruffia. Tranflated from the French. 
2 vols. Edinburgh, 1761. 

834 Law tracts. By William Blackftone. 2 vols. London, 

1746. 

835 An analyfis of the laws of England. To which is prefix- 

ed, an introductory difcourfe of the fludy of law. By 
William Blackftone. Fifth edition. Oxford, 1762. 

888 



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537 



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Law. O&avo. 

The feveral ftatutes made in Ireland and Great Britain, 
relating to his majefty's revenue, and the trade of Ire- 
land; with a book of rates. Dublin, 1759. 

A brief difquifition of the law of nature, according to 
the method of Doctor Cumberland's Latin treatife on 
that fubject; with a confutation of Mr. Hobbes's prin- 
ciples. London, 1692. 

A treatife of feme coverts; or the lady's law; containing 
all the laws and fiatutes relating to women; with felect 
precedents. London, 1732. 

—1 Simpfon's reflections on the natural and acquired en- 
dowments requifite for the ftudy of the law. Fourth 
edition. London, 1765. 

Considerations on criminal law. London, 1772. 

—1 Hargrave's argument in the cafe of James Somerfett, 
a negro, lately determined in the court of King's 
Bench. London, 1772. 

—2 The cafe of Ireland being bound by Englifh ftatutes, 
ftated. By William Mollyneux. London, 1770. 

A code of the Gentoo laws ; or ordinances of the Pundits. 
From a Perfian tranflation. London, 1777. 

Burn's juftice of the peace, and parifh officer. Four- 
teenth edition. 4 vols. London, 1780. 

—4 An effay on canon and feudal law. By John Adams. 
With the political character of the author. By an 
American. Philadelphia, 1783. 

Laws reflecting women, as they regard their natural 

rights, or their connections and conduct. Alio, the 

obligations of parent and child, and the condition of 
minors. London, 1 777- 

Confiderations on the law of infolvency; with a propofal 
for a reform. By James Bland Burges. London, 1783. 

Blount's fragmenta antiquitatis; or ancient tenures of 
land, and jocular cuftoms of fome manors. With 
notes, and an index of the obfolete difficult words, by 
Jofiah Beckwith. York, 1784. 

See page 58, (Civil Hiftory.) 

3 An addrefs to the people of England; being a proteft 
againft every fufpenfion of law that is liable to en- 
danger perfonal fecurity. By Granville Sharp. Gift 
of the author. 

—4 



Law. O&avo. 233 

—4 A trad concerning the doctrine of " Nullum' tempus 
occurrit regi." By Granville Sharp. London, 1779. 
Gift of the author. 

1348 Remarks on the opinions of fome of the mod celebrated 
writers on crown law, refpecting the diftinction between 
man-flaughter and murder. By Granville Sharp. Lon- 
don, 1773. Gift of the author. 

1434 Schomberg's hiftorical and chronological view of the Ro- 
man law; with notes. Oxford, 1785. 

f * 1452 — 2 Jebb on the con ft ruction and polity of prifons; to 
which is added, an abftract of felonies created by 
ftatute, and other articles relative to the penal fy£ 
tern. London, 1786. 

.1513 Mercer's abridgment of all the public acts of the aftem- 
bly of Virginia, in force, 1758. Glafgow, 1759. 

* 1523 — 1 An act for granting ftamp-duties in the Britifh colonies 
in America, paffed in 1765. Philadelphia, 1765. 

* 1528 — 5 "J The trial of William Wemms and feven other foldiers 
& > in the twenty-ninth regiment of foot, for the mur- 

* 1771 — 1 J der of Crifpus Attucks and four other citizens of 
Bofton, in the evening of the fifth of March, 1770. 
Taken in toort-hand, by John Hodgfon. Bofton, 
1770. 

* 1568 — 5 The charter of Maryland; with an abridgment of 
the acts of their afTembly. 

* 1577 — 1 The rights and prerogatives of the crown of Great 
Britain. London, 1764. 

* 1582 — 5 The conftitution of Pennfylvania; with the articles of 
confederation of the United States of America. 
Philadelphia, 1781. 

— 9 The ordinance of the convention of the ftate of New 
York, for eftablifhing the government agreed to by 
the faid convention. Fifh-kill, 1777. 

— 10 The conftitution of the ftate of New York. Philadel- 
phia, 1777. 

* 1 j 83 — 4 The trial of Eugene Aram, for the murder of Daniel 
Clark. Third edition. York, in England, 1759. 

— 5 The proceedings of a court martial, held at Cam- 
bridge, upon the trial of colonel David Henley. 
Bofton, 1778. 

—8 The proceedings of a board of general officers refpect- 
ing major John Andre, Philadelphia) 1780. 

G g * 1587-3 



234 Law. 0$av6. 

* i^8y — 3 The fecurity of Englishmen's lives; or the truft, pow- 

er and duty^of the grand juries of England. By 
lord Somers. London, 1766. 

1600 The ads and ftatutes of the ifland of Barbadoes. lion- 
don, 1654. 

f * 1628 — 2 Rules for the regulation of the fociety for the relief 
of free negroes, &c. unlawfully held in bondage; 
with the ads of the aflembly of Pennfylvania, re- 
fpecting the gradual abolition of flavery. Phila- 
delphia, 1784. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

* 1632—8 An act for regulating the general elections of Pennfyl- 

vania. Philadelphia, 1785. 

— 12 The trial of Alice Clifton for the murder of her child; 
with the trial of James M c Glochlin for burglary. 
Philadelphia, 1787. This, and the preceding pamphlet, 
the gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr, 

1688 L. Wood's new inftitute of the imperial or civil law; with 
notes. Third edition. London, 172 1. 

1 71 2 L. An abridgment of all the ftatutes of king William 

and Queen Mary, and of king William the third. 
By Jofeph Washington. London, 1701. 

1 7 13 L. Hugonis Grotii de Jure belli ac pacis libri tres, accefTe- 

runt et annotata in epiftolam Pauli ad Philemonem. 
Amfterdami, 1646. 

1753 Theorie des loix criminelles. Par J. P. BriiTot de War- 

ville. II. toms. A Berlin, 1781. Gift of the author. 

1754 Bibliotheque philofophique da legiflateur, du politique, du 

Jurifconfulte fur la legitimation criminelle. Par J. P. 
Briflbt de Warville. X. toms. A Berlin, 1782. Gift 
of the author. 

* 1758 — i A compilation of the poor laws of Pennfylvania, from 

the year 1700 to 1788, inclufive. Philadelphia, 
1788. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr* 

* 1773 — 8 A Supplement to the act, entitled, " An aft for amend- 

ing the feveral acts for electing members of afTern- 
bly." Philadelphia, 1777. 



DUODECIMO. 



Law. Duodecimo. ^35 



DUODECIMO. 

157 The complete juryman; or a compendium of the laws re- 
lating to jurors. London, 1752. 

171 Selefb trials at the feffions-houfe in the Old Bailey, for 
murders, robberies and other offences; with accounts 
of the lives and confeflions of the mofl eminent con- 
victs. Second edition. 4 vols. London, 1 742. 

265 The laws of England concerning hunting, hawking, fifh- 
ing and fowling. By William Nelfon. Second edition. 
London, 1753. 

515 Magna Charta et caetera antique ftatuta. Londini, 1556. 
Gift of Dodor Benjamin Franklin. 

769 Thoughts on executive juftice, with refpect to our crimi- 
nal laws. Second edition. London, 1785. 

* 794 — 1 1 A fupplement to the acts of the aiTembly of Penn- 

fylvania for the relief of the poor. Philadelphia, 

1734- 

* 796 — 8 The conftitution of North Carolina. Philadelphia, 

1779. 

— 13 The treaty of amity and commerce and of alliance, 
between France and the United States of America. 
With the articles of confederation. Lancafter, 1778. 

* 800 — 1 The Englifhman's right; a dialogue between a barif- 

ter at law and a juryman. By Sir John Hawles. 
London, 1770. 

* 803 — 1 Memoires et confultations pour M. le Due D'Aiguil- 

lon. Paris, 1770. 

917 L. Sacrofandli et cecumenici concilii tridentini Paulo III. 
Julio III. et Pio IV. celebrati canones et decreta. 
Caloniae, 1515. 

924 L. Juftiniani conftitutionum libri quatuor. Lugduni Ba- 
tavorum, 1670. 

* 991 — 3 Extracts from the journals of congrefs, relative to the 

capture and condemnation of prizes, &c. Philadel- 
phia, 1776. 

IX. Metapbyjics. 



236 Metaphyjics. Folio* 



IX. Metaphyjics, 



FOLIO. 

424 L. A RISTOTELIS opera. Grace et Latine. Edi- 
jLjL tore G. du Val. II. toms. Lutetiae Parifiorum, 
1629. 

£ 442 See page 150, (Ethics; or the Moral Syjlem.) 
And page 176, (General and local Politics.) 

465 L* Plotini platonicorum facile coryphaei operum philofo- 
phicorum omnium libri LIV. Grsece et Latine* 
Bafileae, 1580. 



QJJ A R T O. 

148 An enquiry into the nature of the human foul; wherein 
its immeteriality is evinced from the principles of reafon 
and philofophy. London. Gift of Archibald Home. 

427 Ancient metaphyfics; or the fcience of univerfals; with 
an appendix, containing an examination of the princi- 
ples of Sir Ifaac Newton's philofophy. By lord Mon- 
boddo. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1779. 

542 L. Renati Defcartes principia philofophise. Amflelodami, 
1672. 



OCTAVO. 



Meiaphyfics. O&avo, 237 



OCTAVO. 

4.04, *} Hutchefon's enquiry into the original of our ideas of 
& > beauty and virtue. Fifth edition. London, 1753 

%6g6 L.j Second edition. London, 1726. 

592 An appendix to the firft part of the enquiry into the na- 
ture of the human foul. London, 1750. 

$2$ A critical inquiry into the opinions and practice of the 
ancient philofophers, concerning the nature of the foul, 
a future ftate, and their method of the double doctrine. 
Second edition. London, 1 748. 

* 1145—2 Colden's explication of the frrft caufes of action in 

matter; and of the caufe of gravitation. London, 
1746. 

T375 Berkeley's treatife concerning the principles of human 
knowledge. London, 1734. 

I412 Prieftley's difquifitions relating to matter and fpirit; and 
the doctrine of philofophical neceflity illuftrated. Se- 
cond edition. 2 vols. Birmingham, 1782. 

* 1442 — 3 Watfon's treatife on time. London, 1785. 

* 1632 — 9 An efTay on matter. Philadelphia, 1784. Gift of 

Zachariah Pou/fon, junr. 

1737 X. De la Recherche de la Verite. Ou l'on traitte de la 
nature de l'efprit de Phomme, et de l'ufage qu'il en 
doit faire pour eviter Perreur dans les fciences. 
Deux toms. A Amfterdam, 1588. 

J 78 1 Philofophical arrangements. By James Harris. London, 

*775« 



DUODECIMO. 

357 An efiay upon reafon and the nature of fpirits. By Ri- 
chard Burthogge. London, 1694. 



X. Geometry* 



27?, 



Geometry. Folio* 



X. Geometry. 



FOLIO. 



120 TJRACTICAL Geometry; applied to the ufeful arts 
XT of building, gardening and menfuration. By Batty 
Langley. Second edition. London, 1729. 



QJJ A R T O. 

77 The elements of Euclid; containing the fir ft fix books, 
with the eleventh and twelfth. By Robert Simpfon. 
Glafgow, 1 756. Gift of the editor. 

1 75 "J An analytic treatife of Conic fections. By the marquis 
8c J- De L'Hofpital. Tranflated into Engliih, by E. Stone. 
285J London, 1723. 

284 A geometrical treatife of the Conic feclions. By Hugh 
Hamilton. London, 1773. 

f 383 Landen's mathematical memoirs; with an appendix, con- 
taining tables of theorems for the calculation of fluents. 
Vol. 1. London, 1781. 

410 Walker's doctrine of the fphere. London, 1777. 

524 L* Traite des lignes du premier genre par M. Ozanam. 
A Paris, 1687. 

531 L. Archimedis opera, Apollonii Pergsei Conicorum libri 
IV. Theodofii Sphasrica. Per Is. Barrow. Lon- 
dini, 1675. 

548 L. Francifci a Schooten exercitationum mathematicarurn 
liber primus. Continens propofitionum arithmeti- 
carum et geometricarum centuriam. Lugduni.Ba- 
tavorum, 1657. 

554 L. Geometria a Renato des Cartes anno 1637 Gallice 
edita; in Latinam linguam a Florimondi de Beaune 
verfa cum illius et Francifci a Schooten notis illuf- 
trata. Amflelodami, 1683. 

OCTAVO. 



Geometry. O£avo. 239 



OCTAVO. 

f 297 Euclid's elements of geometry, from the Latin translation 
of Commandine. With a treatife of the nature and 
arithmetic of logarithms ; and another, of the elements 
cf trigonometry. By Samuel Cunn. Eighth edition. 2 
vols. London, 1759. 

547 Wilfon's Surveying improved; or the whole art, both in 
theory and practice, fully demon ftrated. With Geo- 
defia accurata; or furveying made eafy, by the chain 
only; and an eiTay upon foiids. By William Hume. 
Fourth edition. London, 1755. 

630 The elements of Euclid; with felecl theorems out of Ar- 
chimedes, by Andrew Tacquet. To which are added, 
practical corollaries, (hewing the ufes of many of the 
proportions. By William Whifton. With an appen- 
dix of practical geometry. Dublin, 1728. Gift of Da- 
vid Buflo. 

663 The ufefulnefs of mathematical learning, demonstrated; 
being mathematical lectures read in the public fchools 
at the univerfity of Cambridge. By Ifaac Barrow. 
London, 1734. 

858 The young gauger's inftructor; being an eafy introduction 
to that art. By Ifaac Overley. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1752. 

923 The elements of Euclid, explained in a new, but eafy, 
method; with the ufe of every propofition through all 
parts of the mathematics. Written in French, by F. 
Claude Francis Milliet de Chales. Seventh edition. 

997 The elements of trigonometry; containing the properties, 
rotations and calculations of fines, tangents, iecants, 
&c. Second edition. London, 1764. 

1082 The art of furveying made eafy. By John Love. Ninth 

edition, corrected and improved, by Samuel Claik. 
London, 1771. 

1083 The elements of trigonometry, plane and fpherical. By 

John Wright. Edinburgh, 1772. 

1332 Gibfon's treatife of practical furveying; with plates. 
Fourth edition. Philadelphia, 1785. Gift of Jofebh 



Cruljhank. 



* 1467 — 2 



240 Geometry. Octavo. 

* 1467- z Arenarius of Archimedes. Tranflated from the Greek, 

with notes and illuftrations. To which is added, 
the diflertation of Chriftopher Clavius on the fame 
fubjecl. Tranflated from the Latin. London, 1784. 

* 1632—1 Defcription, with inftrudtions for the ufe, of Wall's 

newly invented furveying inftrument, called the 
Trigonometer. Philadelphia, 1788. Gift of Zacha- 
riah Poulfori) junr, 

1650 L. Euclidis elementorum libri XV. acceffit liber XVI. de 
folidorum regularium cuiuflibet intra quodlibet com- 
paratione. Auclore Chriftophoro Clavio. Franco- 
furti, 1607. 

1663 L. Gulielmi Oughtred opufcula mathematica hactenus 
inedita. Oxonii, 1677. 

1730 L. Joh. Chriftoph. Sturmii mathefis enucleata. Norin- 
bergs, 1695. 

3743 L. Gulielmi Oughtred Clavis mathematica. Oxoniae, 
1667. 



DUODECIMO. 

f 414 The elements of plain and fpherical trigonometry; with 
a ihort treatife of the nature and arithmetic of loga- 
rithms. By John Keil. Third edition, tranflated by 
Samuel Cunn, and corrected by Mr. Fuller. Dublin, 
1726. 

483 The elements of geometry. Written in French, by F. 
Ignat. Gallon Pardies, and tranflated into Englifh, by 
John Harris. Seventh edition. London, 1734. 

635 A fynopfis of practical mathematics; containing plain 
trigonometry, menfuration of heights, &c. By Alex* 
ander Ewing. Edinburgh, 1 7 7 1 . 

893 L. Elementa geometric plans ac folids quibus accedunt 
felecta ex Archimede theoremata. Auctore Andrea 
TacqueU Antverpis, 1672. 



XL Arithmetic 

? 



Arithmetic and Algebra. Folio. 241 



XL Arithmetic and Algebra* 



FOLIO. 

81 r T^ HE elements of algebra. By John Kerfey. Lon- 
X don, 1673. G*ft °f James Logan, 

84 A treatife of algebra, both hiftorical and practical; with 
fome additional treatifes. By John Wallis. London, 
1685. 

2 1 1 A treatife on fluxions. By Charles Hayes. London, 1 704. 



* 



QJJ ARTO. 

86 A dilfertation on the ufe of the negative fign in algebra; 
with an appendix, containing Mr. Machin's quadrature 
of the circle. By Francis Maferes. London, 1758. 

176 A new fyftem of arithmetic, theoretical and practical. 
By Alexander Malcolm. London, 1730. 

262 — 2 A difcourfe concerning the refidual analyfis; a new 
branch of the algebraic art. By John Landen. 
London, 1758. 

283 Italian book-keeping, reduced into an art; being a new 
and complete fyftem of accompts. By James Weir. 
Second edition. To which is added, a fynopfis of com- 
merce; or a comparifon of coins. London. 

f 383 See page 238, (Geometry.) 



OCTAVO. 

H h 



242 Arithmetic and Algebra. Octavo, 



OCTAVO. 

33 An introduction to the doctrine of fluxions. By John Rowe. 
Second edition. London, 1757. 

296 A plain method for attaining the knowledge and practice 
of common arithmetic. By Edmund Wingate. Nine- 
teenth edition, with additions and emendations, by 
James Dodfon. London, 1760. 

f 297 See page 239, (Geometry,) 

307 Anew introduction to the mathematics; being effays on 
vulgar and decimal arithmetic. By Benjamin Donn. 
London, 1758. 

510 Arithmetic, both in theory and practice. By John Hill. 
With a preface, by Henry Dutton. Sixth edition. Lon- 
don, 1736. 

526 The elements of algebra, in a new and eafy method; 
with an eafy introduction, containing an account of this 
fcience. By Nathaniel Hammond. London, 1742. 

629 Johannis Collins et aliorum commercium epiflolicum de 
analyfi promota. Londini, 1722. Gift of Doftor Benja- 
min Franklin. 

748 Book-keeping methodized; or a methodical treatife of 
merchant- accounts, according to the Italian form. By 
John Mair. Dublin, 1750. 

\ 749 See page 219, (Trade and Commerce, 8cc.J 

* 795 — l Smith's compendious divifion; containing a variety cf 
contractions of divifion, both whole numbers and 
decimals. London, 1751. 

844 The method of fluxions; with a demcnftration of Mr. 
Cotes's forms of fluents ; and an explanation of the prin- 
cipal propofitions of Sir Ifaac Newton's philofophy. By 
Nicholas Saunderfon. London, 1756. 

962 Newton's univerfal arithmetic; or a treatife of arithmeti- 
cal compofition and refolution; with Doctor Hailey's 
method of finding the roots of equations arithmetically. 
Tranflated by Mr. Ralphfon, and corrected by Mr. 
Cunn. Second edition. London, 1728. 

ic8i 






Arithmetic and Algebra. Octavo. 243 

1 08 1 A treatife of algebra; with an appendix, concerning the 
general properties of geometrical lines. By Colin Ma- 
claurin. Third edition. London, 177 1. 

1088 The doctrine of fluxions; with plates. By William Emer- 

fon. Third edition. London, 1768. 

1089 The doctrine and application of fluxions. By Thomas 

Simpfon. 2 vols. London, 1750. 

1664 L, Syncpfis algebraica, opus pofthumum Johannis Alex- 
ander. Londini, 1693. 

1706 L. Ditton's inftitution of fluxions; containing the firft 
principles of that admirable method. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1726. 

1803 A new and complete fyftem of arithmetic; compofed for 
the ufe of the citizens of the United States. By Nico- 
las Pike. Newbery-Port, 1788. 



DUODECIMO. 

160 A fyflem of arithmetic, accommodated to the various 
occafions of bufmefs. By Solomon Lowe. London, 
1749. 

349 The young algebraifPs companion; or a new and eafy 
guide to algebra; with an appendix on the rudiments 
of quadratic equations. By Daniel Fenning. Third 
edition. London, 1759. 

368 The young ftudent's memorial-book; or pocket library; 
containing the rudiments of logarithms, decimals, and 
algebra. By Benjamin Martin. London, 1736. 

381 Arithmetic in the plaineft and moft concife methods hi- 
therto extant. By George Fifher. Seventh edition. 
London, 1748. 

f 414 See page 240, (Geometry.) 

415 The fchoolmafter's afliftant; being a compendium of arith- 
metic, both practical and theoretical. By Thomas 
Dilworth. Dublin, 1745. 



XII. Mechanics, 



244 Mechanics. Folio. 



XII. Mechanics. 



FOLIO. 

1 74 rn H E conftru&ion and ufes of mathematical inftru- 
X ments. Tranflated from the French of M. Bion. 
To which are added, the conftruction and ufes of 
fuch mftruments as are omitted by M. Bion. By 
Edmund Stone. With plates. Second edition. 
London, 1758. 



QJJ A R T O. 

547 The principles of Mr. Harrifon's time-keeper; with 
f plates. London, 1767. 

82 Elements of clock and watch work; adapted to practice; 
with plates. By Alexander Cumming. London, 1766. 

169 Emerfon's principles of mechanics; demonftrating the 
general laws of motion. Second edition. London, 
1758. 

f 245 Architecture hydraulique, ou Part de conduire, d'elever 
et de menager les eaux par M. Belidor. V. toms. 
A Paris, 1737. 

* 262 — 1 Clark's eafy introduction to the theory and practice of 
mechanics. London, 1764. 

f 545 L. Joh. Alphonfus Borellus de motu animalium. Lug- 
duni Batavorum, 1695. 



OCTAVO. 



Mechanics. O&avo. 245 



OCTAVO. 

491 The principles of mechanics; explaining the general laws 
of motion, the laws of gravity, &c. By William 
Emerfon. London, 1754. 



DUODECIMO. 



XIII. Aftronomy, Aftrology and Chronology. 



FOLIO. 

6 r I ^ H E chronology and hiftory of the world; from the 
JL creation to the year of Chrift, 1753. By John Blair. 
London, 1754. 

38 Hiftoria Cceleftis Britannica obfervante Joanne Flamfteedio, 
ab anno 1675, a< * annum 1689. II. tomi. Londini, 
1789. 

348 Playfair's fyftem of chronology, from the creation to the 
year 1784; with plates. Edinburgh, 1784. 

f 378 See page 106, (Geography and Topography. J 

458 L. Jofphi Scaligeri emendatio temporum, addita Vetera 
Graecorum fragmenta felecta. Colonise Allobro- 
gum, 1629. 

QJJ A R T O. 



1 



46 Aftronomy, Aftrology and Chronology. Quarto. 



QJJ A R T Q. 

5 Aftronomical tables; with precepts, both in Englifh and 

Latin, for computing the places of the fun, moon, pla- 
nets, and comets. By Edmund Halley. London, 
1752. 

6 Clavis cceleftis; being the explication of a diagram, enti- 

tled, " A fynopfis of the univerfe; or the vifible world 
epitomized." By Thomas Wright. London, 1 742. 

26") Aftronomy explained upon Sir Ifaac Newton's principles, 

& t and made eafy to thofe who have not ftudied mathe- 

2233 matics; with plates. By James Fergufon. Second 

edition. London, 1757. Third edition. London, 

1764. 

68 A complete fyftem of agronomical chronology. By 
John Kennedy. London, 1762. 

173 The chronology of ancient kingdoms amended; to which 
is prefixed, a fhort chronicle from the firft memory of 
things in Europe, to the conqueft of Perfia, by Alex- 
ander the Great. By Sir Ifaac Newton. London, 
1728. 

* 512 — 1 1 Rittenhoufe's oration before the American Philofophi- 

& > cal Society, February 24, 1775. Philadelphia, 

* 463— 2 J 1775- 

* 462 — 8 Dunn's determination of the exact time when Venus 

was at external and internal contact with the fun's 
limb, in the tranfits of June 16, 1761, and June 3, 
1769. London, 1770. 



OCTAVO. 



Aftronomy^ Afirology and Chronology. O&avo. 247 



OCTAVO. 

f 57 The nautical almanac and aftronomical ephemeris, for the 
years 1767, 1768, 1770, 1771, 1773, 1774, and 1775. 
5 vols. London. 

99 Mefure d'un degre du meredien. Par le Mefure de M. 
Picart, &c. Paris, 1740. 

3 2 7~) J°h n Keil's introduction to natural philofophy; or philo- 
432 ( fophical lectures, read in the univerfity of Oxford. 
& f To which is added, the demonftrations of Monfieur 
670J Huygens's theorems, concerning the centrifugal force 
and circular motion. Fifth edition. London, 1758. 
Second edition. London, 1730. Third edition. Lon- 
don, 1733. 

397 The elements of aftronomy, phyfical and geometrical. 
By David Gregory. To which is annexed, Doctor 
Halley's fynopfis of the aftronomy of comets. 2 vols. 
London, 17 15. 

I-499) 

& > See page 123, (Theology.) 

t 736J 

500 The hiftory of the heavens, confidered according to the 
notions of the poets and philofophers, and compared 
with the doctrines of Mofes. Tranflated from the 
French of the abbe Pluche. By J. B. De Freval. 2 
vols. London, 1740. 

* 795 — 3 Fergufon's di/Tertation upon the phenomena of the 
Harveft-moon; alfo, the defcription and ufe of a 
new four- wheeled orrery; and an effay upon the 
moon's turning round her axis; with plates. Lon- 
don, 1747. 

916 Coftard's letter concerning the rife and progrefs of aftro- 
nomy amongft the ancients. London, 1746. 

974 An eafy introduction to aftronomy; with plates. By 
James Fergufon. Second edition. London, 1769. 

979 The elements of aftronomy, deduced from obfervations, 
and demonitrated upon the principles of the Newtonian 
philofophy. Tranflated from the French of Mr. De 
la Caille. By John Robertfon. London, 1750. 

1 1 66 Whifton's aftronomical lectures; with a collection of aftro- 
nomical tables. London, 17 15. Gift of John Hejjernan. 

1420 



248 Aftronomy, Ajlrology and Chronology. Octavo. 

1420 Bonnycaftle's introduction to aftronomy; with plates. 
London, 1786. 

* l 59 l — 7 Weft's account of the obfervation of Venus upon the 
fun, June 3, 1769. Providence, 1769. 

— 8 Oliver's effay on comets. Salem, New England, 1772. 

1660 L.~\ Inftitutio aftronomica juxta hypothefes tarn veterum 
& > quam Copernici et Tychonis dictata a Petro Gaf- 

1661 L.j ceudo ejufdem oratio inauguralis. Londini, 1653 

et 1674. 

1673 L. Introductio ad verum aftronomiam et lectiones aflro- 
nomicae. Authore Johanne Keill. Oxonias, 1 7 1 8. 



DUODECIMO. 

45 A difcourfe concerning time; with the application of the 
natural day, &c. for the better underftanding of the 
Julian year and calendar. By William Holder. Lon- 
don, 1694. 

98 The celeftial worlds difcovered; or conjectures concerning 
the inhabitants, plants and productions of the worlds 
in the planets. Written in Latin, by Chriftianus Huy- 
gens. Second edition. London, 1722. 

399 Aftronomical dialogues, between a gentleman and a lady. 
By John Harris. Third edition, corrected by George 
Gordon. London, 1745. 

708 Trufler's chronology; or the hiftorian's vade-mecum. 
Tenth edition. 2 vols. London, 1782. 

837 Parker's aftrology made eafy. Tenth edition. London, 
1704. 



XIV. Optics, 



i! 



Optics, Pneumatics, Hydrqftatics, Sec. Folio. 249 



XIV. Optics, Pneumatics, Hydrq/latics, Hydraulics. 

Phonics, and Gnomonics. 



FOLIO. 

j 98 A TREATISE on dialling. By William Leybourn. 
jLX London, 1682. 

t H77 

& > See page 73, (Natural Hijlory.) 

t 338J 
481 L. Andreas Tacquet optica tribus libris expofita. (This 
appears to be a fecond volume, but has no title page.) 



QJJ A R T O. 

83 A complete fyftem of optics; containing a popular, a 
mathematical, a mechanical, and a philofophical trea- 
tife ; with remarks upon the whole. By Robert Smith. 
2 vols. Cambridge, 1738. 

X03 An introduction to a general fyftem of hydroftatics and 
hydraulics, philofophical and practical; wherein the 
mod advantageous methods of railing and conducting 
water, are laid down. By Stephen Switzer. 2 volumes 
in one. London, 1729. 

152 Optics; or a treatife of the reflections, refractions, inflex- 
ions, and colours of light; proving its properties from 
reafon and experiment; with two treatifes of the fpecies 
and magnitude of curvilinear figures. By Sir Xfaac 
Newton. London, 1704. 

f 245 See page 244, (Mechanics.) 

256 The hiftory and prefent ftate of difcoveries relating to 
vifion, light and colours. By Jofeph Prieftley, Lon- 
don, 1772. 

OCTAVO, 

I I 



1$o Optics, Pneumatics, Hydroftatics, &c. O&avo. 



OCTAVO. 

106 A new and compendious fyftem of optics; with plates. 
By Benjamin Martin. London, 1740. 

225 Optics; or a treatife of the reflections, refractions, inflec- 
tions and colours of light. By Sir Ifaac Newton. 
Fourth edition. London, 1730. 

757 A defcription of ventilators; whereby frefli air may with 
eafe be conveyed into mines, goals, hofpitals, work- 
houfes, and fhips. By Stephen Hales. London, 1743. 

* 795—5 Ayfcough's account of the eye and nature of vifion; 
defigned to illuftrate the ufe of fpe&acles, &c. Lon- 
don, 1752. 

808 Phyfico-mechanical experiments, on various fubj efts; with 
explanations of all the machines engraved on copper. 
By F. Hawkfbee. Second edition. London, 17 19. 

952 Dialling univerfal; fhewing how to defcribe the hour-lines 
upon all forts of plains in any latitude. By George 
Serle. London, 1664. 

* 1320—3 The ufe of the hydroftatic balance made eafy, and 
applied particularly to the purpofe of detecting 
counterfeit gold coin. By Mr. Becket. Briftol, 

'775- 
1362 Young's enquiry into the principal phoenomena of founds 
and mufical firings. London, 1784. 



DUODECIMO. 



XV. Navigation 



Navigation and Naval Architecture. Folio. 251 



XV. Navigation and Naval Architecture. 



FOLIO. 

184 "ORITAIN's glory; or mip-building unveiled; being 
X) a general director for building the faid machines; 
with plates. By William Sutherland. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1729. 



QJU A R T O. 

24 A treatife on fhip-building and navigation; with tables of 
the fun's declination, &c. By Mungo Murray. To 
which is added, an Engliih abridgment of Duhamel's 
treatife on naval architecture; with plates. London, 

1.754- 

* 159 — 2 A defcription of a new inftrument, invented by Caleb 

Smith, for taking altitudes of the fun, moon and 
ftars at fea. London. 

171 The whole art of navigation ; with the moft ufeful tables. 
By Daniel Newhoufe. Fourth edition. London, 1 7 1 8. 

* 239 — 2 Murray's fupplement to the treatife on fhip-building; 

containing extracts tranflated from M. Bouger's 
" Traite du Navire;" with M. Duhamel's method 
of finding the centre of gravity, &c. London, 
1765. 

250 An univerfal dictionary of the marine ; or an explanation 
of the technical terms and phrafes ufed in the conftruc- 
tion and operations of a fhip; with original deflgns of 
fhipping. By William Falconer. Second edition. 
London, 1771. 

260 



252 Navigation and Naval Architecture, Quarto. 

260 New and correal tables of the motions of the fun and 
• moon. By Tobias Mayer. To which is added, the 
method of finding the longitude; improved by the fame 
author. London, 1770. 

409 De la Croix on the mechanifm of the motions of float- 
ing bodies. Tranflated from the French, by admiral 
Knowles. London, 1775. 

* 562 — 5 The ready obfervator; or an infallible method for de- 
termining the latitude at fea, by altitudes of the 
fun. By N. D. Falck, London, 1 77 1. 



OCTAVO. 

t 57 See page 247, (Aflronomy^ AJlrohgy and Chronology.) 

343 James Atkinfon's epitome of the art of navigation; or an 
eafy and methodical way to become a complete naviga- 
tor. Revifed and corrected, by William Mountaine. 
London, 1749. 

661 "J The theory of the working of mips, applied to practice, 
& > Tranflated from the French of Monfieur Pitot, by 
744 J Edmund Stone. London, 1743. 

753 A complete treatife of practical navigation; with ufeful 
theorems of menfuration, furveying and gauging. By 
Archibald Patoun. Fourth edition. London, 1 75 1. 

1068 The elements of navigation; containing the theory 2nd 
practice, with neceffary tables. To which are added, 
additions and compendiums, for- finding the latitude 
and longitude at fea. By J. Robertfon. Third edition. 
2 vols. London, 1772. 

1 150 — 2 Gilmore's improvement of navigation, by two new 
invented engines. London, 1722. 

I 355 Nicholfon's navigator's affiftant; containing the theory 
and practice of navigation, with all the tables requifite 
for determining a fhip's place at fea. London, 1784. 

13^3 Gordon's principles of naval architecture; and propolals 
for improving the forms of lhips; with plates. Lon- 
don, 1784. 

* 1632—7 The nature and ufe of Kadley's quadrant; with a 
preface, containing the theory on which that inftru- 
ment is founded. Gift of Zacharlah Pou/fon, junr, 

XVI. Civil 



* 



Civil Architecture. Folio. 253 



XVL Civil Architecture. 



FOLIO. 

ULES for drawing the feveral parts of architecture. 
t\. By James Gibbs. Third edition. London, 1753. 

4 Vitruvius Britannicus; or the Britifh architect; containing 
the plans, elevations and fe&ions of the regular build- 
ings in Great Britain; with plates. By Colin Camp- 
bell. 2 volumes in one. 

7 Ancient mafonry; both in theory and practice; domcn- 
ftrating the ufeful rules of arithmetic, geometry and 
architecture; with plates. By B. Langley. 2 vols. 
London, 1736. 

9 Defigns for buildings, both public and private; with 
plates. By James Leoni. London, 1726. 

28 A complete body of architecture; with plans and eleva- 
tions from original defigns ; interfperfed with fome de- 
figns of Inigo Jones. By lfaac Ware. London, 1756. 

30 T A collection of defigns in architecture; with defigns of 
& > ftone and timber bridges; and fcreens and pavilions. 
2 76 J By Abraham Swan. 2 vols. London, 1757 and 
1 767. N 0, 276 the gift of David Evans. 

41 Andrea Palladio's architecture ; with obfervations that are 
moft necelfary in building houfes, ftreets, bridges, piaz- 
zas, and temples. By lfaac Ware. London, 1738. 

68 A treatife of the five orders of columns in architecture. 
By Claude Perrault. To which is added, a difcourfe 
concerning pilafters. Tranflated from the French, by 
John James. London, 1 708. 

136 The villas of the ancients; with plates. By Robert Caf- 
tell. London, 1728. 

293 The Britifh architect; or builder's treafury of flair-cafes; 
with plates. By Abraham Swan. London. 

296 James Gibbs's book of architecture; containing defigns of 
buildings and ornaments. Second edition. London, 1739. 

504 Works in architecture; with plates. By R.obert and 
James Adam. London, 1773. 

QJJ A R T O. 



254 Civil ArchiteElure. Folio. 



QJJ ARTO. 

1 06 The London art of building; with the builder's dictionary. 
By William Salmon. Fourth edition. London, 1752. 

150 The Britifh carpenter; or a treatife on carpentry; contain- 
ing the moft concife rules of that art. By Francis 
Price. Second edition. London, 1735. 



OCTAVO. 

94 The builder's dictionary; or gentleman's and architect's 
companion; with plates. 2 vols. London, 1734. 

399 Fires improved; or a new method of building chimnies. 
Tranflated from the French of Monfieur Gauger, by 
J. T. Defaguliers. Second edition, with an appendix, 
containing feveral farther improvements. London, 
1736. Gift of Mr. Grace. 

* 468 — 1 D'Efpie's manner of fecuring all forts of buildings 

from fire; with plates. London. 

620 Ufeful architecture, in defigns for erecting parfonage- 
houfes, farm-houfes and inns. By William Halfpenny. 
London, 1752. 

839 City, country-purchafers and builder's dictionary; or the 
complete builder's guide. By Richard Neves. Third 
edition. London, 1736. 

* 1467 — 3 Oikidia; or nutfhells; being ichnographic diftributions 

for fmall villas ; chiefly upon ceconomical principles; 
with plates. London, 1785. 



DUODECIMO. 

706 A treatife on chimnies; containing directions for prevent- 
ing or removing fmoke in houfes; with plates. Edin- 
burgh, 1776. 

XVII. The 



The Military Art. Quarto. 255 



XVII. The Military Art. 



FOLIO. 



QJJ A R T O. 

14 A TREATISE upon a branch of art military. By 
XJL a gentleman who refided fome time in England. 
London, 1756. 

$-120 See page 23, (Civil Hiflory.) 

* 462 — 14 An act for regulating the militia of New Jerfey. 

1777. 

* 504 — 1 Baron Steuben's letter on the fubject of an eftabliflied 

militia, and military arrangements. New York, 
1784. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon^ junr. 



OCTAVO. 

8 Manningham's complete treatife of mines; extracted from 
" Les memoires d'artillerie ;" with an introductory dif- 
fertation of the force and phyfical effects of gunpowder. 
With plates. London, 1752. 

1 3 1 An elfay on fortification ; or an enquiry into the caufes of 
the fuperiority of attack over defence. By Charles 
Vallancey. With a fupplement, containing marinal 
Saxe's new fyftem of fortification. Dublin, 1757. 

488 A treatife of military difcipline. By Humphrey Bland. 
Fourth edition. London, 1740. 

53° 



it 



3 



6 The Military Art. O&avo. 



5 co The cadet; a military treatife. By an officer. London, 
1756. 

738 A treatife containing the practical part of fortification. 
By John Muller. London, 1758. 

* ^qS — 5 A treatife concerning the militia. Second edition. 

London, 1753'*. 

1125 Count Saxe*s reveries; or memoirs concerning the art of 
war, &c. with plates. To which is added, an account 
of the author's life. Edinburgh, 1759. 

1 130 Muller on the attack and defence of fortified places; with 
plates. London, 1747. 

1 1 33 Simes's military guide for young officers ; with plates. 2 
vols. Philadelphia, 1776. 

1 140 Clairac's field engineer; with plates. Tranflated from 

the French, by Lewis Nicola. To which is added, a 
treatife on fea batteries, &c. by the tranilator. Phila- 
delphia, 1776. 

1 14 1 A new fyftem of military difcipline; founded upon prin- 

ciple. Philadelphia, 1776. 

1168") Muller's treatife of artillery, Sec. with plates. Philadel- 
& I phia, 1779. N°- 1168 the gift of Samuel Mifflin. N°* 
1 1 69 J 1 1 69 the gift of Charles Cijl. 

1 25 1 1 Regulations for the order and difcipline of the troops of 
& > the United States of America; with plates. Phila- 
1552 J delphia, 1779. 

* 1586 1 An aft for regulating the militia of the colony of New 

York. 1758. 

— 2 Rules for eftablifhing precedence amongft the Pennfyl- 
vania auociators. 1 775. 

— 3 Articles for the better government of the troops of the 
twelve United Colonies of North America. Phila- 
delphia, 1775. 

— 5 An acl to regulate the militia of Pennfylvania. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1777. 

— 6 A fupplement to the " Acl for regulating the militia of 
Pennfylvania." Lancafler, 1778. 

— 7 An adl for the regulation of the militia of Pennfylva- 
j nia. Philadelphia, 1780. 

— 8 Extracts from the journals of congrefs relative to the 
capture of prizes, and the fitting out privateers. 
Philadelphia, 1776. 

t-9 



The Military Art. O&avo. 257 

— 9 Rules and articles for the better government of the 
troops of the United States of America. Philadel- 
phia, 1776. 

— 10 A plan for conducting the hofpital department of the 
United States. Philadelphia, 1780. 

* *595 — 6 Reglement militaire concernant la police et la difci- 
pline des troupes des treize colonies unies l'Ame- 
rique feptentrionale. Traduit de PAnglois par M. 
Daymon. A Philadelphie, 1776. 

1683 L. Flavii Vegetii de re militari libri quatuor; accefTerunt 
Frontini Strategemata: iElianus de inftruendis acie- 
bus: Modeftus de vocabulis rei militarise Caftra- 
metatio Romanorum ex hiftoria Polybii. Lugduni 
Batavorum, 1592. 



DUODECIMO. 

2 A military treatife on the appointment of the army. By 
lieutenant Webb. Philadelphia, 1759. Gift of Francis 
Hopkinfon. 

343 Count Saxe's plan for new-modelling the French army; 
with plates. Tranflated from the French. 3 vols. 
London, 1753. 

U* \ Stevenfon's military inftruftions for officers ; with plates. 
6 f Philadelphia, 1775. 

* 730 — r Regulations for the order and difcipline of the troops 

of the United States of America. Philadelphia, 

1779. 

* 794. — 12 A fupplement to the aft for regulating the militia of 

New Jerfey. Woodbridge, 1757. 

— 13 An aft for eftablifhing a militia in the ftate of Dela- 
ware. ; 

* 796—9 An abftraft of baron Steuben's fyftem of military dif- 

cipline. Philadelphia, 1779. 

987 

K k 



258 The Military Art. Duodecimo. 

987 A treatife of military difcipline, calculated for the ufe of 
the Americans ; with plates. Philadelphia, 1777. 

* goj — 4 Rules and articles for the better government of the 
troops of the United Colonies of North America. 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 8 Extracts from the votes of the afTembly of Pennfylva- 
nia, containing the articles of affociation. Phila- 
delphia. 



XVIII. Heraldry, 



FOLIO. 

37 A DISPLAY of heraldry; with plates. By John 
JLjL Guillim. Sixth edition. To which is added, a 
treatife of honour, military and civil, according to 
the laws and cuftoms of England. By John Lo- 
gan. Alfo, a fupplement of fcarce tracts, relating 
to the office of arms; and a dictionary, explaining 
the feveral terms ufed by heralds. London, 1724. 

f 181 Seepage 14, (Civil Hijlory.) 

379 Edmondfon's complete body of heraldry; with plates. 
2 volumes in one. London, 1780. 

411 The fphere of gentry; a treatife on arms and blazon; 
with plates. By Sylvanus Morgan. London, 1661. 



QJLJ ARTO, 



Heraldry, O&avo. 259 



QUARTO. 



OCTAVO. 

1 54 1 La nouvelle methode railbnee du blafon pour l'apprendre 
d'une maniere aifee reduite en lecons par demandes, et 
par reponfes, par le P. F. C. Meneftrier. Avec les 
figures en taille douce. Nouvelle edition, augmentee. 
A Lyon, .1701. 

1549 The analyfis of honour; with plates, (title page loft,) 



DUODECIMO. 



XIX. Anatomy , 



i6o Anatomy, Medicine and Chemijlry. Folio. 



XIX. Anatomy, Medicine and Cbemiftry. 



FOLIO. 

2 5 A MEDICINAL di&ionary; including phyfic, fur- 

jCjL g ei 7> anatomy, chemiftry and botany, in all their 

feveral branches; alfo, an hiftory of drugs, and 

an account of their preparations and ufes; with 

plates. By R. James. 3 vols. London, 1743. 

f 205 See page 74, (Natural Hlflory.) 

281 The anatomy of the horfe; with plates. By George 
Stubbs. London, 1766. 

307 Albinus's anatomy; or anatomical tables of the human 
fkeleton; with explanations. London, 1748. 

•(•315 Glauber's works; containing a variety of fecrets in medi- 
cine and alchymy, in the working metallic mines and 
the feparation of metals. Alfo, various ways of mak- 
ing falt-petre and improving barren land and fruit 
trees. Tranflated from the German, by Chriftopher 
Packe. London, 1689. 

316 Paracelfi opera omnia. Genevae, 1608. 

3181 Fleta minor. The laws of art and nature in knowing, 
& > affaying, refining, and inlarging the bodies of confin- 
5 18 J ed metals; with plates. By Lazarus Erckern and 
John Pettus. London, 1686. London, 1683. 

322 Van Helmont's works; containing his philofophy, phyfick, 
chirvrgery and anatomy. London, 1664. 

340 Obfervations on the ftructure and functions of the nervous 
fyftem ; with plates. By Alexander Monro. Edinburgh, 
1783. 

372 The ftru&ure and phyfiology of fifties explained, and 
. compared with thofe of man and other animals ; with 
figures. By Alexander Monro. Edinburgh, 1785. 

37* 



Anatomy ) Medicine and Chemiftry. Folio. 261 

375 Motherby's medical di&ionary; containing a defcription 
of the various particulars relating to anatomy, phyfio- 
l°g v > phync, furgery, materia medica, and chemiftry ; 
with plates. Second edition. London, 1785. 

f 406 See page 75, (Natural Hifiory.) 

435 L. Bartholomsei Euflachii tabular anatomies, editore Jo. 
Maria Lane ifio. Amftelodami, 1722. 

438 L. Bibliotheca anatomica. Authoribus Danielo Clerico 
et Jacob. Mangeto. Genevse, 1 699. 

443 L. Petri Andress Matthioli opera quae extant omnia ad- 

jeclis plantarum iconibus. A. D. 1598. 

444 L. Hippocratis opera omnia quse extant, Anutio Fcefi© 

illuftrata. Genevae, 1657. 

«j- 448 L. See page 75, (Natural Hijlory.) 

485 Z. Raymundi VieufTens Neurographia univerfalis. Lug- 
duni, 1684. 

492 L. CEconomia Hippocratis, alphabeti ferie diftincta. Anu- 
tio Fcefio authore. Francofurti, 1588. 

501 /,. Philippi Aureoli Theophrafti Paracelfi chirurgia mag- 
na a Jofquino Dalhemio Oftofranco Latine reddita. 
Argentorati, 1573. 

504 L» De Morbi Gallico omnia quae extant apud omnes me- 
dicos. Vejietiis, 1566. 



QJJ A R T O. 

56 A methodical fynopfis of mineral waters, both cold and 
hot, of Great Britain, Ireland, France, Germany, 
Italy, and feveral other parts of the world. By John 
Rutty. London, 1757. 

78") The chemical works of Cafpar Neumann, abridged and 
& > methodized; with large additions, containing the later 
79 J difcoveries and improvements made in chemiftry. By 
William Lewis. London, 1 759. 

95 A complete hiftory of drugs. Written in French, by 
Monfieur Pomet. To which is added, what is further 
obfervable on the fame fubjeel, from Meflrs. Lemery 
and Tournefort; with plates. Tranflated from the 
originals into Englifh. Fourth edition. London, 1 748. 

ll 5 



162 Anatomy, Medicine and Chemiftry. Quarto. 

ii^A new method of chemiftry; including the theory and 

& L practice of the art; with notes and plates. To which 

1 24 J is prefixed, a critical hiftory of chemiftry and chemifts, 

from the origin of the art to the prefent time. By H. 

Boerhaave. Tranflated by P. Shaw and E. Chambers, 

London, 1727. 

128 Hill's hiftory of the materia medica. London, 1751. 

156 An anatomical expofition of the ftrudture of the human 
body; with plates. By James Benignus Window. 
Tranflated from the French original, by G. Douglas. 
Fourth edition. 2 volumes in one. London, 1756. 
Gift of Dodor Ralph Ajheton* 

201 Henrici a Daventer operationis chirurgicae novum lumen. 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1701. 

232! An experimental hiftory of the materia medica. Lon- 
& I don, 1 761. Third edition, with additions, by John 
405 j Aikin. London, 1784. 

234 The medical works of Richard Mead. London, 1762. 

274 A dictionary of chemiftry; containing the theory and 
practice of that fcience. Tranflated from the French. 
London, 1771- 

399 Lectures on the materia medica. By William Cullen, 
Philadelphia, 1775. 

305 De la Fonte des mines et des fonderies, &c. A Paris, 
1750. 

309 Johannes Joachimi Beccheri, phyfica fubterranea. Lip- 
fix, 1738. 

* 310 — 1 Gardiner's difcourfe concerning the circulation of the 
blood. London, 1702. 

— 3 The king and council's letters relating to the College 
of Phyficians; with a fhort account of that inftitu- 
tion. London, 1688. 

— 4 Browne's lecture of anatomy. London, 1 702. 

— 5 Lorenzini's obfervations on the directions of the 
cramp-nfh, &c. Tranflated into Engliih from the 
Italian, with figures, by J. Davis. London, 1 705. 

— 7 Manningham's certain method to know the difeafe; 
being the fubftance of his firft lecture in phyfic. 
Published by Doctor Rudd. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1742. 

— 8 An appeal to the Royal College of Phyficians, touch- 
ing medical capacity. London, 1 745. 

3 11 



Anatomy, Medicine and Cbernifiry. Quarto. 263 

311 Le Febure's complete body of chemiftry. London, 1670. 

* 316 — 3 Goddard's difcourfe, fetting forth the unhappy condi- 

tion of the practice of phyfic in London. London, 
1670. 

— 4 Grant's obfervations on the bills of mortality. Lon- 
don, 1662. 

— 5 Evans's univerfal medicine; or the virtues of his mag- 
netical and antimonial cup. London, 1642. 

—-6 Van Helmont's Deliramenta Catarrhi ; or the incon- 
gruities, impoffibilities and absurdities, couched un- 
der the opinion of defluxions. London, 1650. 

— 7 An anatomical account of the elephant. London, 
1682. 

— 8 Anatomical obfervations on the eyes of animals. Lon- 
don, 1682. 

f — 9 A book of fruits and flowers; ihewing the nature and 
ufe of them, either for meat or medicine. London, 

— 10 Byfleld's difcourfe of confumptions ; with their cure, 
by a new method. London, 1685. 

* 218 — 1 A key to Van Helmor.t; or a fhort introduction to the 

theory and method of chymical phyficians. Lon- 
don, 1682. 

— 2 A treatife of the Elixir Proprietatis of Van Helmont, 
Paracelfus and Crollius. London, 1671. 

— 3 The virtues and ufes of the Elixir Proprietatis. Lon- 
don, 1679. 

— 4 Winter's difpenfatory of phyfical receipts. 

— 6 Acton's letter in anfwer to certain queries made againft 
the theory and practice of chymical phyfic. Lon- 
don, 1670. 

— 7 Clark's vermiculars deftroyed; with an account of 
worms, and experiments proved by the microfcope. 
Fifth edition. London, 1691. 

* 37 ij — 1 Lettfom's hiftory of the origin of medicine; an ora 

tion. London, 1778. 

392 The works of Alexander Monro; with an account of his 
life. Publiihed by his fon Alexander Monro. With 
plates. Edinburgh, 1781. 

* 412 — 1 William Hunter's two introductory lectures to his laft 

ccurfe of anatomical lectures. London, 1784. 

4*3 



264 Anatomy i Medicine and Chemiftry* Quarto. 

413 The works of John Fothergill; with plates. To which is 
prefixed, fome account of his life, by John Coakley 
Lettfom. London, 1784. 

f 414 Cavallo's treatife on the nature and properties of air, and 
other permanently elaftic fluids ; with an introduction 
to chemiftry. London, 1 7 8 1 . 

442 The works of Doctor Whytt. Publifhed by his fon. Edin - 

burgh, 1768. 

443 A treatife on the venereal difeafe; with plates. By John 

Hunter. London, 1786. 

* 456 — I Samwell's obfervations refpe&ing the introduction of 

the venereal difeafe into the Sandwich Lflands. Lon- 
don, 1786. 

* 462 — 16I An account of the fuccefs of inoculation for the 

& J- finall pox, in England and America; with inftruc- 

562 — 6 J tions for performing the operation and conducting 

the patient through the diftemper. London, 

*759- 
513 Is. Caslius Aurelianus de morbis acutis et chronicis cum 
notis Joh. Conradi Anman. et Theodori Janfs. ab Al- 
meloveen. Amilelaedami, 1709. 

526 Zr. Theodori Kerckringii Spicilegium nee non ofteogenia 
fcetuum. Amftelodami, 1670. 

530 L. Laurentii Bellini exercitationes anatomies de ftruc- 
tura et ufu renum ut et de guPcus organo: accedunt 
quaedam rennm monftroforum exempla, per Gar- 
hard am Biafium collecta. Lugduni Batavorum, 
171-1. 

533 L. Frederici Dekkers excercitationes prafticas circa meden- 
di methodum, figuris illuftratse. Lugduni Batavo- 
rum, 1695. 

537 L. Hermanni Ccnringii de Hermetica iEgyptiorum vetere 
et Paraceliicorum nova medicina liber unus. Hel- 
mefladii, 1648. 

t 545 L. See page 244, (Mechanics.) 

546 L» Hermetis jEgyptiorum et chemicorum fapientia ab 
Hermanni Couringii animadverfionibus vindicata per 
Oliaum Borrichium, 1696. 

549 L. Venner's via retla ad vitam longam; or a treatife 
wherein the belt manner of living for attaining a 
long and healthfull life, is demonflratsd. Fourth 
edition. London, 1660. 

552 L. 



Anatomy, Medicine and Chemijlry. Quarto. 265 

552 L, Laurentii Bellini opufcula aliquct de motu cordis in et 
extra uterum, de motu bilis et liquidorum, de fer- 
mentis et glandulis, &c. Lugduni Batavorum, 
1696. 

$5$ L. Johannis Vigierii opera medico chirurgica. Hagae- 
Comitum, 1659. 



OCTAVO. 

15 Criticon Febrium; or a critical efTay on fevers; with the 
diagnoftics and methods of cure. To which is prefixed, 
an introduction concerning the ufe and abufe of the ma- 
thematics in phyfic. By Edward Strother. London, 
1 7 16. 

38 The anatomy of the human body. By William Chefel- 
den. Eighth edition. London, 1763. 

* 47 — 3 Bilguer's difTertation on the inutility of the amputation 
of limbs. Tranilated from the Latin into Engliih. 
London, 1764. 

481 Obfervations on the difeafes of the army. By Sir John 
& > Pringle. Third edition. London, 176 1. Sixth edi- 
976J tion. London, 1768. N°* 48 the gift of the author. 

68 The hiffcory of the great plague in London, in the year 
1665, by a citizen who lived the whole time in Lon- 
don. With a journal of the plague at Marfeilles, in 
the year 1720. London, 1754- 

f 78 Cramer's elements of the art of afTaying metals. Trans- 
lated from the Latin, with notes, by Cromwell Morti- 
mer. To which is added, a lift of the Engliih authors 
who have written upon minerals and metals. Second 
edition. London, 1764. 

f 89 See page 180, ( 'General and local Politics.) 

90 Practical rules of diet, in the various difeafes of human 
bodies. By John Arbuthnot. London, 1732. 

104 A complete Englifh difpenfatory. By John Quincy. 
Eighth edition. London, 1730. 

149I Boerhaave's academical lectures on the theory of phyfic; 

& > being a tranflation of his inditutes and explanatory 

323 J comment. Second edition. 6 vols. London, 175 1. 

L 1 i63 



265 Anatomy ■, Medicine and Chemiftry. Octavo. 

1 68 A new fyftera cf anatomy; describing the animal cecono- 
my, and a fhort rationale of many diftempers incident 
to human bodies; with figures. By James Drake. 
With a preface, by W. WagftafFe. Second edition. 
3 vols. London, 17 17. 

176 Mifcellaneous obfervations in the practice of phyfic, ana- 
tomy and furgery; with curious remarks in botany. 
To which is prefixed, a letter to Doctor Baynard; with 
improvements in the ufe of the cold-bath. By Patrick 
Biair. London, 171 8. 

186 Nathaniel Hodge's Loimologia; or an hiftorical account 
of the plague in London, in the year 1665. To which 
is added, an eiTay on the different caufes of peftilential 
difeafes, and how they become contagious. By John 
Quincy. Third edition. London, 1721. 

198 Engliih malady; or a treatife of nervous difeafes of all 
kinds. By George Cheyne. Third edition. London, 

*734- 

218 An eiTay on the vital and other involuntary motions of 
animals. By Robert Whytt. Edinburgh, 175 1. 

221 Edward Baynard's hiftory cf cold-bathing, both ancient 
and modern. Sixth edition. London, 1732. 

f 268 Medicina ftatica; being the aphorifms of Sanctorius. 
Tranflated into Engliih, with large explanations, by 
John Quincy. To which is added, Doctor Keill's Me- 
dicina Britannica. With effays on agues; fevers; an 
elaftic fibre; the gout; the leprofy; the king's evil, and 
the venereal difeafe. Fifth edition. London, 1737. 

269 The works of Thomas Sydenham; wherein the hiftory 
and cures cf acute and chronical difeafes are treated of. 
Corrected from the original Latin, by J. Pechy. Tenth 
edition. London, 1734. 

282 Chemical lectures, for the improvement of arts, trades 
and natural philofophy. By Peter Shaw. London, 

*7"3 a - 

289 A courfe of anatomico-phifiological lectures on the human 
ftructure and animal ceconomy ; with notes. By Charles 
Nicholas Jen ty. 3 vols. London, 1757. 

299 Commentaries upon the aphorifms of Doctor Herman 
Boerhaave, concerning the knowledge and cure of the 
feveral difeafes incident to human bodies. By Doctor 
Gerard Van Swieten. Tranflated into Engliih. Se- 
cond edition. 14 vols. London, 1765. 

306 



Anatomy ) Medicine and Chemifiry. O&avo. 267 

306 The elements of the theory and practice of chemiftry. 
Tranflated from the French of M. Macquer. 2 vols. 
London, 1758. 

314 Cheyne's eflay on health and long life. Tenth edition. 
London, 1745. 

371 A mechanical account of poifons. By Doctor Richard 
Mead. Third edition. London, 1745. 

375 Boerhaave's method of ftudying phyfic. Tranflated from 
the Latin into Englifti, by Mr. Samber. London, 1 7 19. 

* 377 — l Halter's pathological obfervations from the directions 
of morbid bodies. London, 1756. 

389! Boerhaave's aphorifms, concerning the knowledge and 
& > cure of difeafes. Tranflated from the Latin, with 
1 131 J explanations. Third edition. London, 1755. 

f 391 See page 79, (Natural Htftory.) 

402 The art of furgery; with fingular cafes. By Doctor Da- 
niel Turner. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 1732. 

424 An authentic narrative of the fuccefs of tar-water, in 
curing a variety of diftempers; with two letters from 
the author of Syrus, fhewing the medicinal properties 
of tar- water. By Thomas Prior. London, 1 746. 

470 Phyfiotogy; being a courfe of lectures upon the vifceral 
anatomy and vital ceconomy of human bodies. 2 vols. 
London, 1754. 

476 Medical effays and obfervations; publiihed by a fociety in 
Edinburgh, in fix volumes; abridged in two volumes, 
by William Lewis. London, 1 746. 

512 The complete furgeon; or the whole art of furgery ex- 
plained in a moil familiar method. Written in French, 
by M. Le Clerc. Sixth edition. To which are added, 
the method of midwifery; and fome reports in furgery. 
London, 1727. 

514 A treatife on the fmall pox. By Theophilus Lobb. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1757. 

537 A fummary view of the whole practice of phyfic; being 
the fentiments of the mod celebrated authors in ali 
ages, relating to difeafes, their caufes and cures; with 
cafes in furgery and midwifery. By John Allen. 
Third edition. 2 vols. London, 1 749. 

584 



2 68 Anatomy, Medicine and Chemijlry. O&avo. 

584 Obfervations on the epidemical difeafes of Minorca, from 
the year 1 744 to 1 749. To which is prefixed, an ac- 
count of the climate, productions, inhabitants, and en- 
demial di (tempers of that ifland. By George Cleghorn. 
London, 1751. 

591 A new practice of phyfic; wherein the various difeafes 
incident to the human body are defcribed ; their caufes 
ailigned, and the medicines prefcribed for their cure. 
By Peter Shaw. 2 vols. 1730. 

•j- 593 EfTays and obfervations, phyfical and literary; read before 
a fociety in Edinburgh, and publifhed by them. 2 vols. 
Edinburgh, 1754. 

596 Boerhaave's medical correfpondence; containing the vari- 

ous fymptoms, and method of cure, of chronical dif- 
tempers; with his practice in the hofpital at Leyden, 
and manner of inftructing his pupils. London, 1 745. 

597 The rudiments of phyfic; with fome methods of cure in 

mod difeafes. By Doctor John Groenvelt. Tranflated 
from the Latin. London. 

599 A treatife on the origin, nature and virtues of Chalybeat 
waters and natural hot-baths; with a medical defcrip- 
tion of the moft famous mineral waters in Engand and 
at Cleves in Germany; and a differtation on baron 
Schwanberg's Liquid Shell, with the procefs of prepar- 
ing the fame. By Diederick Weflel Linden. London, 
1748. 

607 A treatife on opium, founded upon practical obfervations. 
By Doctor George Young. London, 1753. 

609 The new difpenfatory ; intended as an improvement of 

Quincy. London, 1753. 

610 Medical obfervations and inquiries; with plates. By a 

fociety of phyficians in London. 6 vols. London, 
1757, &c. 

611 General medical principles and cautions; fhewing when 

bleeding, vomiting, purging, fweating, bliftering, &c. 
ought and ought not to be advifed. By Theophilus 
Lobb. London, 1753. 

634 The hiftory of health, and the art of preferving it. By 
Doctor James Mackenzie. Edinburgh, 1758. 

645 The difpenfatory of the Royal College of Phyficians in 
London. Tranflated into Englifh, with remarks, by 
H. Pemberton. London, 1 746. 

671 



Anatomy, Medicine and Chemiftry. Ccla70. 269 

€71 The hiftory of phyfic; from the time of Galen, to the 
beginning of the fixteenth century; chiefly with regard 
to practice. By Do&or Friend. Third edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1727. 

674 The difpenfatory of the Royal College of Phyficians in 
Edinburgh. Tranflated into Englilh, with notes and 
improvements, by Peter Shaw. Fifth edition. London, 
1 746. 

688 A new medicinal dictionary. By John Quincy. Seventh 
edition. London, 1757. 

714 The natural method of curing the difeafes of the body, 
and the diforders of the mind depending on the body. 
By George Cheyne. Fourth edition. London, 1742. 

f 716 An effay on regimen ; with five difcourfes, medical, mo- 
ral and philofophical. By George Cheyne. Second 
edition. London, 1740. 

f 782 Seepage 81, (Natural Hi/lory.) 

791 Hippocrates upon air, water and ntuation; upon epidemi- 
cal difeafes-; and upon prognoftics in acute cafes. To 
which is added, Thucydides's account of the plague at 
Athens. The whole tranflated, with notes, by Francis 
Clifton. London, 1734. 

* 795 — 4 Hales' experiments and obfervations on tar-water; 
with a letter from Mr. Read to Doctor Hales, on 
the fame fubjecT:. Second edition. London, 1 747. 

810 An efTay concerning the nature of aliments, rmd the 
choice of them, according to the different conftitutions 
of human bodies; with practical rules of diet in the 
various difeafes. By John Arbuthnot. Fourth edition. 
London, 1756. 

814 Memoirs of the Royal Academy of Surgery at Paris; 
containing a variety of cafes. Tranflated from the ori- 
ginal. 2 vols. London, 1750. 

818 A treatife upon the rheumatifm, and a method of cure 
for every fpecies of that diftemper. By John Chefcirc. 
London, 1734. 

870 A treatife of the difeafes of trades-men; {hewing the influ- 
ence of particular trades upon the Mate of health; with 
the belt methods to avoid it. Tranflated from the 
Latin of Bern. Ramazzini. London, 1705. 

871 



zjo Anatomy, Medicine and Chemifiry, Oftavo. 

871 The flrength of imagination in pregnant women examin- 
ed, and the opinion that marks and deformities in chil- 
dren arife from thence demonstrated to be an error. 
London, 1727. 

88 1 The elaboratory laid open; or the fecrets of modern che- 
mifiry and pharmacy revealed. London, 1758. 

897 A difcourfe upon the inflitution of medical fchools in 

America. By Doctor John Morgan. Philadelphia, 
1765. Gift of the author, 

898 Philofophical experiments; containing ufeful inductions 

for fuch as undertake long voyages at fea; (hewing how 
fea water may be made frefh and wholefome, and how 
frefh water may be preferred fweet. By Stephen Hales. 

938 The way to health, long life and happinefs; or a difcourfe 
of temperance. By Thomas Tryon. Second edition. 
London, 1691. 

944 Doron Medicum; or a fupplement to the London difpen- 
fatory. By William Salmon. London, 1683. 

959 The philofophical principles of univerfil chemifiry. By 
George Erneft Stahl. Drawn from the Collegium Je- 
nenfe, by Peter Shaw. London, 1730. 

971 Philofophical reflections and inquiries concerning the vir- 
tues of tar- water. By George Berkeley. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1744. 

977 Obfervations on the nature and confequences of wounds 
and contufions of the head, fractures of the fkull, &c. 
By Percival Potts. London, 1770. 

9S2 Inftitutes of experimental chemifiry; being an effay to- 
wards reducing this branch to a regular fyflem. By 
the author of the elaboratory laid open. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1759. 

983") Doctor Tiffot's advice to people in general, with regard 
& > to their health; with notes by J. Kirkpatrick. Third 
996J edition. London, 1768. 

1-987 See page 82, (Natural Hiftory.) 

* 1013 — 1 Jackfon's effay on Britifh ifmglafs. London, 1765. 

* ici 8 — 1 Da Monchy's effay on the caufes and cure of the ufual 

difeafes in voyages to the Weft Indies. Translated 
from the Dutch. London, 1762. 

—2 Obfervations on the nature and cure of jail fevers. 
By Sir John Pringle. London, 1750. 

— 3 Lind's papers on fevers and infection. London, 1763. 

* 1022 — 1 



.Anatomy, Medicine and Chemiftry. O&avo. 271 

* 1022 — n Domeftic medicine; or a treatife on the prevention 

& > and cure of difeafes by regimen and iimple medi- 

* 2 4S J cines; with an appendix, containing a difpenfa- 
tory for the ufe of private practitioners. By Wil- 
liam Buchan. Philadelphia, 1772 and 1784. N 0, 
1022 the gift of Robert Aitkcn. N°* 1243 the gift of 
Jofeph Cruhfhanh. 

— 2 Cadogan's di/Tertanon on the gout, and all the chro- 
nic difeafes. Philadelphia, 1772. Gift of Robert 
Ait ken, 

1023 An efTay on the dropfy and its different fpecies. By Do- 
nald Monro. Third edition. London, 1765. 

1036 An account of the gout. By Ferdinand Warner. Second 
edition, London, 1768. 

1039 Gregory's obfervations on the duties and offices of a phy- 
fician; and on the method of profecuting enquiries in 
philofophy. London, 1770. 

1044 The aphorifms of Hippocrates, and the fentences of 

Celfus. Tranflated into Englifh, by Conrad Sprengell. 
To which are added, explanations and references to 
the moft considerable writers in phyfic and philofophy, 
both ancient and modern; and aphorifms upon feveral 
diftempers, not well diftinguiihed by the ancients. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1735. 

1045 A treatife of medicine, in eight books. By Cornelius 

Celfus. Tranflated into Englifh, with notes, by James 
Grieve. London, 1756. 

* 1060 — 1 Remarks on the difeafe commonly called Fiftula ia 

Ano. By Percival Potts. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1767. 

— 2 Obfervations on the Fiftula Lachrymalis. By Percival 
Potts. Third edition. London, 1769. 

—3 General remarks on fractures and diflocations; with 
plates. By Percival Potts, London, 1769. 

1090 Remarks in phyfic, anatomy, chirurgery, chemiftry, bo- 
tany, and medicine ; extracted from " The memoirs of 
the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris," by Doctor 
Peter Templeman. London, 1753. 

1 1 14 Medical and philofophical commentaries. By a fociety in 
Edinburgh. London, 1774. 

1151 Baglivi's practice of phyfic. London, 1704. 

1152 



272 Anatomy j Medicine and Chemijiry. O&avo. 

1 152 Lobb's rational methods of curing fevers. 2 vols. Lon- 

don, 1734. 

1 153 Lobb's treatife on diflblvents of the ftone; and on curing 

the (lone and gout by aliment. London, 1739. 

1 1 ?4 Lobb's practical treatife of painful diftempers ; with feme 
effectual methods for curing them. London, 1739. 

u c 5 Lemery's courfe of chemiftry. Third edition. London, 
1698. 

1156 Turner's ancient phyfician's legacy impartially furveyedj 
with a difcourfe on quickfilver, &c. London, 1733. 

1 158 Dionis's courfe of chirurgical operations; with plates. 

Tranflated from the French. London, 17 10. 

1 159 Mafon on the nature of an intermitting fever and ague. 

London, 1745. 

1161 Pyrotechnical difcourfes; being An experimental confirm- 

ation of chemical philofophy, by John Kunkel; A dif- 
courfe on the original of metallic veins, by George 
Erneft Stahl; and The grounds of metallic allaying, 
&c. by John Chriftian Fritfchius. Tranfiated from the 
Latin. London, 1705. 

1162 Alpinus on the prefages of life and death in difeafes. 

Tranflated into Engliih, by Doctor James. 2 vols. 
London, 1746. 

1 1 64 Etmullerus abridged; or a complete fyftem of the theory 
and practice of phyfic. Second edition. London, 1 703. 

1207 Scheele's chemical obfervations and experiments on air 
and fire. Tranflated from the German, by John Rein- 
hoklt Forfter; with notes by Richard Kirwan; and a 
letter to him from Jofeph Prieftley. London, 1780. 

i2io"| Cullen's firft lines of the practice of phyfic. Third edi- 
1259 j tion. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1781. Vol. 1. Philadel- 
1240 \ P^i a > 1 78 1. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1781. N°- 1239 
& the gift of Starter and Cjjl. N°* 1444 the gift of Doctor 

j 444 J Benjamin Smith Barton* 

f 221 1 See page 56, (Civil H'flory.) 

1226 A treatife on experience in phyfic. 2 vols. London, 

1772. 
1230 Synopfis nofologiae methodical. Au&ore Gulielmo Cullen. 

Tomi II. Editio tertia. Edinburgh 1780. 

* 1233—3 Dimfdale's method of inoculating for the fmall pox. 
Seventh edition. London, 1779. 

1265 



Anatomy ', Medicine and Chemiftrf. O&avo. zj* 

1 266 De Morbis quibufdam commentarii. Auctore Clifton Win- 
tringham. Londini, 1782. 

1268 Hewfon's experimental inquiries ; part the third ; contain- 
ing a defcription of the red particles of the blood. 
London, 1777. 

1272 Pringle's difcourfes. To which is prefixed, the life of the 
author, by Andrew Kippis. London, 1783. 

1277 Dimfdale's tracts; containing his method of inoculating 
for the fmall pox. London, 178 1. 

* 1280 — 1 Henry's method of preferving water, at fea, from 
putrefaction; with a mode of impregnating water 
with fixed air; and the preparation of artificial yeail; 
with plates. Warrington, 178 1. 

1299 Home's clinical experiments, hiftories and diflections. 

Third edition. London, 1783. 

1 300 Kirkland's inquiry into the prefent ftate of medical furgery. 

Vol. 1. London, 1783. 

1302 Robertfon's obfervations on the jail, hofpital or fhip fever. 

London, 1783. 

1303 Black's hiftorical fketch of medicine and furgery, from 

their origin to the prefent time. London, 1782. 

1304 Wilmer's cafes and remarks in furgery; with an appendix, 

containing the method of curing the Bronchocele in 
Coventry. London, 1779. 

1305 Duncan's medical cafes; with his " De Laudibus Guliel- 

mi Harvei Oratio;" and an account of the life and 
writings of Alexander Monro. Edinburgh, 1781. 

1306 Reid's efTay on the nature and cure of the phthifis pul- 

monalis. London, 1782. 

1307 Fordyce's elements of the practice of phyfic. Fifth edition. 

London, 1784. 

1308 Alanfon's pra&ical obfervations on amputation, and the 

after-treatment; illuftrated by cafes. Second edition. 
London, 1782. 

1309 Elfe's works; containing a treatife on the hydrocele, and 

other papers on furgery. With an appendix, contain- 
ing fome cafes of the hydrocele, by George Vaux. 

London, 1782. 

f 1310 See page 83, (Natural Hi/lory.) 

* 1319— J 

M m 



274 Anatomy, Medicine and Chemijlrj. O&avo. 

* 13 19— 1 Reports of the Humane Society, for recovering per- 

fons apparently drowned. London, 1779, 1780, 
1781, and 1782. 

* 1320 — 2 Willan's obfervations on the fulphur- water at Croft, 

near Darlington. London, 1782. 

—5 Saunders's obfervations on the fuperior efficacy of the 
red Peruvian bark, in the cure of fevers. Fourth 
edition. London, 1783. 

1 3 25") Lavoifier's efTays, phyfical and chemical. Tranflated 
& > from the French, with notes and an appendix, by 
1354 j Thomas Henry. Vol. 1. London, 1776. 

-* !33o — 1 White's treatife on the flruma or fcrofula; commonly 
called the king's evil. London, 1784. 

— 2 Rigby's eiTay on the ufe of the red Peruvian bark in 
the cure of intermittents. London, 1783. 

—3 Harwood's cafe of an obflinate palfey of above two 
years duration, greatly relieved by electricity. Lon- 
don, 1784. 

1353 Hoffman's fyftem of the practice of medicine. Tranflat- 
ed from the Latin, by William Lewis, and revifed and 
completed, by Andrew Duncan. 2 vols. London, 

1 36 1 Hippocrates's doctrines and practice in furgery and phyfic; 
with remarks, by Francis Riollay. London, 1783. 

1366 Phyfiologia; or the doctrine of nature, comprehended in 

the origin and progrefiion of human life; the vital and 
animal functions; difeafes of the body and mind; and 
remedies prophylatic and therapeutic. By Thomas 
Frewen. London, 1780. 

1367 ProfefTor Bergman's phyfical and chemical efTays. Tranf- 

lated from the Latin, by Edmund Cullen, with notes 
by the tranflator. 2 vols. London, 1784. 

* 1368 — 1 Balfour's treatife on the influence of the moon in fe- 

vers. Edinburgh, 1785. 

—2 A chemical analyfis of Wolfram, and an examination 
of a new metal which enters into its compofition. 
By Don John Jofeph and Don Fauflo de Luyart. 
Tranflated from the Spaniih, by Charles Cullen. 
To which is added, a tranflation of Mr. Scheele's 
analyfis of the Tungften, or Heavy Stone; and 
ProfefTor Bergman's fupplemental remarks. Lon- 
don, 1785. 

—3 



Anatomy ', Medicine and Chemiftry. O&avo. 275 

— 3 Mofeley's treatife concerning the properties and effects 
of coffee. Third edition. London, 1785. 

— 4 Juftamond's account of the methods purfued in the 
treatment of cancerous and fchirrhous diforders, 
and other indurations. London, 1780. 

1406 Bell's fyftem of furgery; with plates. 4 vols. Edin- 
burgh, 1786. 

1409 Bell's treatife on the theory and management of ulcers; 
with a differtation on white fwellings of the joints, &c 
Third edition. Edinburgh, 1784. 

141 1 Medical communications; with plates. Vol. 1. London, 
17S4. 

141 6 Medical fketches. By William Moore. London, 1786. 

141 7 Gardener's obfervations on the animal ceconomy, and on 

the caufes and cure of difeafes. Edinburgh, 1784. 

1437 Berkenhout's fymptomatology. London, 1784. 

1439 — 1 Cullen's letter concerning the recovery of perfons 
drowned and feemingly dead. London, 1776. 

— 2 Adair's medical cautions, containing effays on fafhiona- 
ble difeafes, &c. Bath, 1786. 

1459 Edinburgh new difpenfatory. Edinburgh, 1786. 

1463 — 1 Haygarth's inquiry how to prevent the fmall pox; and 
proceedings of a fociety for promoting inoculation. 
Chefter, 1785. 

— 2 Houlfton's obfervations on poifons ; and on the ufe of 
mercury in the cure of obftinate dyfenteries; with 
plates. London, 1784. 

— 3 Henry's experiments and obfervations on magnefia 
alba; calcined magnefia; quick-lime; abforbents; 
vegetable infufions, and fixed air.. With ftrictures 
on Mr. Glafs's magnefia. London, 1773. 

1464 — 1 Reports of the Humane Society for the recovery of 
perfons apparently drowned; for the years 1783 and 
1784; with the mode of treatment. London. 

1490 Ferris's differtation on milk. Edinburgh, 1785. Gift of 

Doclor Benjamin Smith Barton* 

1 49 1 Leigh's experimental enquiry into the properties of opium 

and its effects on living fubjecls. Edinburgh, 1786. 
Gift of Doctor Benjamin Smith Barton, 

1534 Artis auriferse, quam chemiam vocant, volurnina tres. 

Bafil, 1 610. 

* 1566—2' 



276 Anatomy? Medicine and Chemijlry. Octavo. 

* jr66 2 An oration, delivered February 4, 1774, before the 

American Philofophical Society; containing an en- 
quiry in the natural hiftory of medicine among the 
indians in North America. By Doctor Benjamin 
Rum. Philadelphia. 

. — 6 Macleane's effay on inoculation. Philadelphia, 1 756. 

—7 Differtatio medica inauguralis, de menftruis retentis. 
Auctore William Smibert. Edinburgi, 1772. 

—8 Tentamen medicum de puris confectione. Auctore Jo- 
hanne Morgan. Edinburgi, 1763. 

— 9 DifTertatio medica de hydrope. Auctore Jacobo Til- 
ton. Philadelphia, 1771. 

^10 De febribus intermittentibus diiTertatio medica inaugu- 
ralis. Auctore Jonathan Potts. Philadelphia, 1771, 

— 11 Sermons to gentlemen on temperance and exercife. 
Philadelphia, 1772. 

—1 2 Experiments and obfervations on the mineral waters 
of Philadelphia, Abingdon and Briftol. Philadel- 
phia, 1773. 

* 1598 — 1 Harvey's difcourfe of the plague. London. 

—^2 Matthias Untzeri de fulphere commentatio. A. D. 
1620. 

— 3 Kellwaye's defenfative againft the plague. London, 

I 593- 
— 4 Kemp's treatife of the nature, caufes and cure of the 

peftilence. London, 1665* This volume the gift of 

jfofeph Cruhfiank, 

* 1632 — 5 Directions for recovering perfons, who are fuppofed to 

be dead, from drowning ; alfo for preventing and 
curing the diforders produced by drinking cold 
liquors. Publifhed by the Humane Society of Phi- 
ladelphia; with the conftitution of the faid fociety. 
Philadelphia, 1787. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

1643 ■£• Rivcrius reformatus five praxis medica methodo Rive- 
riano non abfimilis. Geneva, 1696. 

1652 Z,. Thomae Sydenham, M. D. opera univerfa. Lcndini, 
1705. 

1675 L, Shaw's practice of phyfic. 2 vols. London, 1726. 

1715 L* 



Anatomy , Medicine and Chemiftry. Octavo. 277 

1 7 15 L. Thomas Bartholini anatomia ex omnium veterum re- 
ccntiorumque obfervationibus imprimis inflitutioni- 
bus Cafpari Bartholini ad circulationem Harve- 
janam et vafa lymphatica renovata cum iconibus. 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1673. 

1 71 7 L. Demonftratio medico-praflica prognofticorum Hippo- 

cratis. Ab Henrico Cope. Dublinise, 1736. 

1718 L. Gulielmi Rondeletii methodus curandorum omnium 

morborum corporis humani. Lugduni, 1576. 

1 72 1 jL. Adenographia five glandularum totius corporis de« 
fcriptio. Authore Thoma Whartono. Londini, 
1656. 

1724. L, Praxis medica Remberti Dodonsei Mechlinienfis. Am- 
fterdami, j6i6. 

1725 Z.. Aur. Corn. Celfi de medicina libri oe"lo Rob. Conftan- 
tini fcholiis et aliorum illuftrati. AmdelcEdami, 

I7I3- 
1738 Z. Georgii Baglivi fpecimen quatuor librorum de fibra 
motrice et morbofa. Ultrajecti, 1703. 

1 761 Anthropologia Nova; or a new fyftem of anatomy; de- 
fcribing the animal ceconomy, and a fhort rationale of 
many diftempers incident to human bodies. By James 
Drake. 2 vols. London, 1707. 

* 1772—3 DhTertatio phyfiologica inauguralis de caufis refpirati- 

onis ejufdemque effeCtibus, authore Georgio Bu- 
chanan. Philadelphia?, 1789. Gift of the author, 

1791 The principles of anatomy and phyfiologyj with plates. 
By John Aitken. 2 vols. London, 1786. 

* 1805 — 1 Medical inquiries and obfervations. By Doctor Ben- 

jamin Rufh. Philadelphia, 1789. 

—2 An appendix ; containing the new method of inoculat- 
ing for the fmall pox; alfo, obfervations on the du- 
ties of a phyfician, and the methods of improving 
medicine. By Doctor Benjamin Rufh. Second 
edition. Philadelphia, 1789. This 'volume the gift of 
the author. 



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DUODECIMO. 

12 Memoirs of the Royal Academy of Surgery; being a col- 
lection of obfervations and experiments, made by the 
moft eminent furgeons; with extraordinary cafes. 
Tranflated from the original, by George Neale. 3 vols. 
London, 1759. 

225") A view of all the difeafes incident to children; contain- 

& J- ing a tranflation of Doctor Harris's book upon the 

3 10 J acute difeafes of infants, and Doctor Boerhaave's trea- 

tife upon all their difeafes; with an abridgment of the 

be ft authors who have written upon their difeafes. 

London, 1742. 

267 Richard Ruffel's dhTertation on the ufe of fea- water in dif- 
eafes of the glands. To which is added, a commentary 
on fea-water, -by I. Speed. Tranflated from the Latin. 
Third edition. London, 1755. 

416") An eJTay on the virtues of lime-water in the cure of the 
& V ftone; with an appendix, containing the cafes of Ho- 
675 J race Walpole, &c. By Robert Whytt. Second edi- 
tion. Edinburgh, 1755. 

579 ThTot's effay on difeafes incident to literary and fedentary 
perfons. London, 1769. 

■{■591 See page 167, (Grammars, Difflonaries and Treattfes on 
Education.) 

* 520 — 1 Van Swieten's account of the difeafes incident to ar- 
mies; with the method of cure. Tranflated into 
Englifh. Second edition. London, 1767. 

650 Les vapeurs et maladies nerveufes hypocondriaques ou 

hyfteriques. Traduit de l'Anglois de M. Whytt. Par 
M. Lebegue de Prefle. II. toms. Paris, 1767. 

65 1 Traite des affections vaporeufes des deux fexes. Par M. 

Pomme. A Lyon, 1765. 

652 Formules de medicine, Latines et Francoifes. Par Pierre 

Gamier. A Lyon, 1764. 

653 De la fante des gens de lettres. Par M. TifTot. A Lait- 

fanne, 1768. 

678 



Anatomy, Medicine and Chemiftry. Duodecimo. 279 

678 "J Pharmacopeia fimpliciorum et effiicaciorum in ufura 
& > noibcomii militaris ad exercitum Americas civita- 

* 799 — 53 tum pertinentis. Philadelphia, 1778. N ' 678 

the gift of Charles C'tfi. 

701 Watfon's chemical eflays. Second edition. 5 vols. Lon- 
don, 1782, &c. 

725 Innes's defcription of the human mufcles. Improved by 
Alexander Monro. Edinburgh, 1784. 

* 729 — 1 Mynor's practical thoughts on amputations. Bir- 

mingham, 1783. 

— 2 Percival's obfervations and experiments on the poifon 
of lead. London, 1774. 

772 Harwood on temperance and intemperance. London, 
1774- 

* 799 — l Boylfton's account of the fmall pox inoculated in New 

England. 1721. 

— 2 Every man his own doctor; or the poor planter's phy- 
fician. Fourth edition. Philadelphia, 1736. 

— 3 A phyfical difTertation on drowning. Dublin, 1747. 

— 4 Hill's old man's guide to health and longer life ; with 
rules for diet, exercife and phyfic. Philadelphia, 

1775- 

* 870 — 8 Brantewein und verderben. A treatife in German on the 

pernicious ejfecls of drinking fpirituous liquors, (No title 
page.) 

880 Z. Ludovici Septalii animadverfionum et cautionum me- 
dicarum libri novem. Cum ejufdem au&oris liber 
de nasvis. Dordrechti, 1650. 

889 L. Marcelli Malpighii de vifcerum ftruclura exercitatio 
anatomica; accedit differtatio ejufdem de polypo 
cordis. Londini, 1669. 

897 L. Pathologist cerebri et nervofi generis fpecimen in quo 
agitur de morbis convulfivis et de fcorbuto. Studio 
Thorns* Willis. Londini, 1678. 

904 L. Traite de l'organe de l'ouie. Par M. Du Verney. 
A Paris, 1683. 

906 L. Inftituticnes medicae digeflae ab Hermanno Boerhaave. 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1727. 

910 L.l De anima brutorum exercitationes phyfiologizse et 
& > pathologies. Studio Thornse Willis. Londini, 

911 L.J 1672. (N°* 910 hath neither title page nor index.) 

920 X. 



28 o Anatomy, Medicine and Chemifkry. Duodecimo. 

920 Z. Thomas Willis diatribae de fermentatione et de febribus ; 
huic accefllt dilTertatio epiftolica de urinis. Lon- 
dini, J 662. 

926 L, Claudii Galeni in aphorifmos Hippocratis commenta- 
rii; ex interpretatione Anutii Foefii et Gulielmi 
Plantii, cum ejufdem annotationibus. Lugdum 
Batavorum, 1653. 

934 L. Theodori Kerckringii commentarius in currum trium- 
phalem Antimonii Bafilii Valentini. Amftelodami, 
1671. 

976 Z. Gulielmi Harveii exercitationes anatomicse, de cordis 
et fanguinis motu. Londini, 1661. 



XX. Agriculture and Gardening. 



FOLIO. 

21 TT 1 DEN; or a complete body of gardening; contain- 
Fj ing directions for raifmg the feveral productions of 
flower and kitchen gardens; with plates. By the 
authors of the complete body of hufbandry. Lon- 
don, 1757. 

69 The gardener's dictionary; containing the methods of 
cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, and flower 
garden; with plates. By F. Miller. 2 vols. London, 
1 7 3 1 . Gift of Peter Colllnfotiy of London, 

94 Tull's horfe-hoeing hufbandry; or an e/Tay on the princi- 
ples of tillage and vegetation, by the ufe of inftruments 
defcribed in cuts. London, 1733. 

*9S 



Agriculture and Gardening. Folio* cSx 



195 Paradifus Terreftris: or a garden of rare flowers, with 
their names and virtues. To which are annexed, a 
kitchen garden; with the art of planting an orchard, 
and the nature of grafting fruit-trees. With cuts. By 
John Parkinfcn. 1656. 

320 "I Evelyn's Sylva; or a difcourfe of forefl and fruit 
8c > trees, and the making of cyder; with the gar- 

507 L.j dener's almanack. London, 1679. 



qjj A R T o. 

8 Oblervations in hufoandry. By Edward Lifle. London, 

1757- 
27 A practical treatife of hufbandry; with plates of feveral 
new and ufeful inftruments. By Duhamel Du Mon- 
ceau. London, 1759. 

104 — 1 Miller's method of cultivating madder; with the 
manner of drying, (lamping and manufacturing it 
for ufe; with draughts of their buildings and kilns 
erected for that purpofe. London, 1758. 

239 — 1 Randall's construction and ufe of a new invented uni- 
verfal feed-furrow plough; the draining-plough ; 
with a potatoe-drill machine, and an eflay on the 
theory of the common plough. With plates. Lon- 
don, 1764. 

248 A courfe of experimental agriculture. By Arthur Young. 
2 Vols. London, 1770. 

318 — 3 Directions to the hufbandman for the true ordering, 
manuring and enriching of the Weild of Kent. 
London, 1625. 

&° t Marfhall's experiments and obfervations concerning agri- 
f culture and the weather; with plates. London, 1779. 

408 Marfhall's minutes of agriculture, made on a farm of 
three hundred acres of various foils; with plates. Lon- 
don, 1778. 

436 The complete farmer; or a general dictionary of hufband- 
ry, in all its branches; alfo, the gardenei's calendar; 
with plates. By a fociety of gentlemen. Third edi* 
tion. London, 1777. 

Nn OCTAVO. 



282 Agriculture and Gardening. 0&a?6, 



OCTAVO. 

-J- 18 See page 78, (Natural Hi/lory.) 

142 Chiltern and vale farming explained, according to the 
lateft improvements. By William Ellis. London. 

184 Randall's Semi-Virgilian hufbandry; or an effay towards 
a new courfe of national farming ; with the philofophy 
of agriculture. London, 1764. 

455 The farmer's letters to the people of England; containing 
the fentiments of a practical hufbandman. To which 
are added, Sylvan; or tracts on hufbandry and rural 
ceconomics. Second edition. London, 1768. 

464 The practical hufbandman ; being a collection of mifcella- 
neous papers on hufbar.dry, &c. By Robert Maxwell. 
Edinburgh, 1757. 

J 561 See page 219, (Trade and Commerce, Sec. J 

574 A new and complete fyftem of practical hufbandry; with 
a comparative view of the old method. By John Mills. 
5 vols. London, 1762. 

698 Thv a gardener's and florift's dictionary; or a complete fyf- 

tem of horticulture. By Philip Miller. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1724. 

699 The gardener's kalendar; directing what works are necef- 

fary to be performed every month, in the kitchen, fruit 
and pleafure gardens; and in the confervatory and 
nurfery. By Philip Miller. Twelfth edition. Lcn* 
don, 1760. 

707 A general treatife of hufbandry and gardening; contain- 
ing a new fyftem of vegetation; with many experiments. 
By R. Bradley. 2 vols. London, 1726. 

7J/*"/ A treatife of fruit-trees. By Thomas Hitt. Second 
edition. London, 17^7. London, 1768. 

* 798 — 1 See page 109, (Geography and Topography.) 

809 DifTertations on the true Cythifus of the ancients; mewing 
that it may be fuccefsfully made ufe of fcr the improve- 
ment of dry, barren and hilly land; with an account 
of the profits that may arife from fowing lucerne and 
burning of clay; and a catalogue of the beft feeds, 
and the feafon of fowing them. By Stephen Switzsr. 

873 



Agriculture and Gardening, O&avo. 283 

B73 The practical farmer; or the Hertford (hire hufbandman ; 
containing many new improvements in hufbandry. By 
William Ellis. London, 1732. 

993 An efTay on hufbandry. By Walter Harte. London, 

1770. 

994 The farmer's complete guide through all the articles of 

his profeflion. London, 1760. 

998 The country houfe-wife's family companion; or directions 
for the management of the domeltic concerns of a 
country life. By William Ellis. London, 1750. 

1008 A treatife of agriculture. By Adam Dickfon. Second 
edition. Edinburgh, 1765. 

* 1015 — 1 Pullein's e (fay towards a method of preferring the 

feeds of plants, during a long voyage. London, 

I 1?59 ' 

—2 Barnes's method of propagating fruit-trees, and flow- 
ering- fhrubs. Third edition. London, 1762. 

— 3 Hill's origin and production of proliferous flowers; 
with figures. London, 1759. 

—4 A method of producing double flowers from (ingle 
ones. Second edition. London, 1759. 

* 1016 — 1 Billing's account of the culture of carrots, and their 

ufe in feeding cattle. London, 1765. 

— 2 Turbilly's difcourfe on the cultivation of wafte and 
barren lands. London, 1762. 

—3 Hitt's treatife of hufbandry on the improvement of 
dry and barren lands. London, 1762. 

J 1025 See page 82, (Natural H //lory. J 

And page 97, (Voyages and Travels.) 

1028 The complete Engliili farmer;, or a practical fyflem of 
hufbandry. To which is added, particular directions 
for the culture of every fpecies of grain. By a practi- 
cal farmer. London, 1 77 1. 

1056 A complete fyftem of experienced improvements; made 
on fheep, grafs-lambs and houfe-lambs; or the country 
gentleman, the grazier, the fheep-dealer, and the fhep- 
herd's fure guide. By William Ellis. London, 1 749. 

1078 Winter riches; or a mifcellany of rudiments, directions 
and obfervations, necefTary for the laborious farmer. 
By Matthew Peters. London, 1 77 1. 

11S6 



284 Agriculture and Gardening. O£tavo. 

1 186") Letters and papers on agriculture, planting, &c. felected 
& > from the correfpondence-book of the Bath Society. 
J 35% J Second edition. 2 vols. Bath, 1783. 

1204 Doflie's memoirs of agriculture and other ceconomical 
arts. 2 vols. London, 1768. 

1284 Anderfon's efTays relating to agriculture and rural affairs; 

with plates. Edinburgh, 1775. 

1285 Home's gentleman farmer; being an attempt to improve 

agriculture. Second edition. Edinburgh, 1779. 

1296 Kent's hints to gentlemen of landed property. Second 
edition. London, 1776. 

1370 Planting and ornamental gardening; a practical treatife. 
London, 1785. 

1435 Stone's effay on agriculture. Lynn, 17 #5. 

1615 Foreign efiays on agriculture and arts; confiding of dif- 

coveries made in France, Germany, Flanders, Swit- 
zerland, &c. With obfervations by the tranflator. 
London, 1766. 

1 61 6 Hunter's Georgical efTays; with plates. York, 1777. 

1636 A new fyftem of hufbandry; with a farmer's and kitchen 
garden calendar; alfo, receipts, in phyfic and furgery, 
for the human fpecies, and others for the cure of all 
forts of cattle. By C. Varlo. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 
I 785. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

1 649 Z. Libri de re ruflica M. Catonis, Terentii Varronis, Ju- 
nii Moderatii, Columellas et Palladii. A. D. 1533. 

1 69 1 L. Geoponicorum five de re ruftica, libri XX. Caffiano 
BafTo collectore. Cantabrigiae, 1 704. 

* 1772 — 2 Rural oeconomy; or efTays on the practical parts of 
hufbandry. To which is added, the Rural Socrates; 
being memoirs of a country philofopher. By the 
author of the farmer's letter. Second edition* Phi- 
ladelphia, 1775. 

1793 The rural economy of Norfolk; comprifmg the manage^ 

ment of landed eftates, and the prefent practice of hus- 
bandry in that county. By Mr. Marfhall. 2 vols. 
London, 1787. 

1794 The rural economy of Yorkfhire; comprifmg the manage- 

ment of landed eftates, and the prefent practice of hus- 
bandry in the agriculture diftricts of that county. By 
Mr. Marfhall. 2 vols. London, 1788. 

I 795 



Agriculture and Gardening. O&avo. 28$ 

1795 A fix weeks tour, through the fouthern counties of 
England and Wales; defcribing the prefent ftate of 
agriculture, manufactures, &c. By Arthur Young. 
London, 1768. 

X796 Annals of agriculture, and other ufefnl arts; with plates. 
Collected and publiftied by Arthur Young. 10 vols. 
London, 1786, 1787 and 1788. 



DUODECIMO. 

13 A treatife of cidar, and other wines and drinks extracted 
from fruits; with the method of propagating all forts 
of vinous fruit-trees; and the way of making metheglin 
and birch- wine. To which is added, a difcourfe teach- 
ing the bed way of improving bees. By John Wor- 
lidge. Second edition. London, 1678. 

* 794. — 2 Eliot's continuation of the efTay upon field hufbandry 
in New England. New York, 1 754. 



XXL Arts 



,86" Arts and Manufactures. Folio. 



XXI. Arts and Manufaffures. 



FOLIO. 

187 r I 1 HEATRUM machinarum novum opera Henrici 
1 Schrneitz. Colonias Agrippince, 1662. - 

299 Advancement of arts, manufactures and commerce; or 
defcriptions of the ufeful machines and models contain- 
ed in the repofitory of the Society for the encourage- 
ment of arts, &c. and an account of the feverai difco- 
veries and improvements promoted by the fociety ; with 
a volume of plates. By William Bailey. London, 
1772. 

314 A treatife of japanning and varnifhing; with the method 
of gilding, burnilhing and lackering; the art of fepa- 
rating and refining metals, and of painting mezzotinto 
prints; alfo of imitating tortoife-ihell and marble, and 
of ftaining wood, ivory and horn. By John Stalker and 
George Parker. Oxford, 1688. 

& > See page 260, (Anatomy, Medicine and Chemiftry.) 

f 415 Fleta minor. The laws of art and nature in knowing, 
aifaying, refining and enlarging the bodies of confined 
metals; with plates. By Lazarus Erckern and John 
Pettus. London, 1686. Gift of Jacob Dude. 



QJJ ARTO, 



Arts and Manufactures. Quarto. 28; 



QJJARTO. 

33 Philofophical commerce of arts; defigned as an attempt 
to improve arts, trades and manufactures. By William 
Lewis. London, 1763. 

242 The theory and practice of brewing. By Michael Com- 
brune. London, 1762. 

397 The origin and progrefs of writing, illuftrated by engrav- 
ings. Alio, fome account of the origin and progrefs 
of printing. By Thomas Aftle. London, 1784., 

* 465 — 14 The manufacture of pot-aili recommended, Bofton, 
f 490 See page 29, ( Civil Hifloiy.) 



OCTAVO. 

f 78 See page 265, (Anatomy, Medicine and Chemijlry.) 

84 The art of making common fait. By William Brown- 
rigg. London, 1748. 

f 196 The method of learning to draw in perfpective, made 
eafy and fully explained; alfo the art of painting upon 
glafs, and drawing in crayons ; likewife a new and cu- 
rious method of japanning either upon glafs, wood or 
any metal, fo as to imitate china; with plates. Third 
edition. London, 1735. 

328 Dictionarium polygraphicum ; or the whole body of arts, 
regularly digelled. 2 vols. London, 1735. 

385 The London and country-brewer; containing the whole 
art of brewing all forts of malt-liquors; alio the me- 
thod of preferving liquors in the cafk, and directions to 
be obferved in bottling them. Sixth edition. London, 
1750. 

436 The art of fhort-hand brought to perfection; with plates. 
• By James Weifon. London, 1727. 

f 466-J 

& \ See page 80, (Natural Hi/lory,) 
t 832 j 

f496 



238 Arts and Manufactures. O&avo. 

+ 496 See page 80, (Natural Hlftory.) 

616 An eflay on brewing; with a view of eftablifhing the 
principles of the art. By M. Combrune. London, 
1758. ' 

650 The hand-maid to the arts; teaching, a knowledge of 
the materia pictoria, or fubftances uied in painting; the 
devifes employed for making defigns from nature; the 
various manners of gilding, filvering and bronzing; 
the art of japanning; and the method of llaining dif- 
ferent kinds of fubftances. 2 vols. London, 1758. 

772 The complete diftiller; delivered in the plained manner, 
for the ufe both of diftillers and private families. By 
Ambrofe Cooper. Second edition. London, 1760. 

843 The laboratory; or fchool of arts; containing a variety 
of curious and valuable experiments in various arts; 
with plates. Compiled from German and other foreign 
authors. By G. Smith. Fourth edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1755. 

1 9^4 7 

& > See page 82, (Natural Bijlory. J 

f * 1524— I J 

* 1 1 38 — 2 The procefs for extracting and refining falt-petre. 

Publifhed by order of the committee of fafety. 
Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 3 Experiments and obfervations on American pot-aihes; 
with an eafy method of determining their refpective 
qualities. By W. Lewis. London, 1767. 

* 1 1 49 — 4 Mitchell's treatife of artificial magnets, &c. with a 

plate. Cambridge, 1750. 

5232 Tranfactions of the fociety, instituted at London, for the 
encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce; 
and the premiums offered by the fociety j with plates- 
3 vols. London, 1785, &c. 

1315I Palmer's new fcheme of fhort-hand; being an improve- 
& > ment; upon Mr. Byron's " Univerial Engliih iliort- 
1 3 1 6 J hand ; " with plates. London, 1 7 74. 

1389 Richardfon's ftatical eftimates of the materials of brew- 
ing; with plates. London, 1784. 

1431 Imifon's fchool of arts; or an introduction to ufeful know* 
ledge; with plates. London. 

15 1 8 Salmon's polygraphice ; or the arts of drawing, engraving, 
limning, japanning, gilding, &c. London, 1701. 

* 1589— I 



Arts and Manufaftures. O&avo. 2&9 

fc !^8p — i An account of Doctor Franklin's new-invented open- 
ftoves; with plates. Philadelphia, 1744. 

—4 Directions for making calcined or pearl-afhes, as prac- 
tifed in Hungary, &c. with a drawing of the fur- 
nace. Bofton, 1766. 

— 5 Defile's obfervations on the pot-afli brought from 
America; with the procefs for making pot-afh and 
barilla. London, 1767. 

■f — 6 See page 84, (Natural Hi/lory.) 

— 7 Extracts from Pullien, on the culture of filk, &c. 
intended to render the management of filk-worms 
more eafy. Philadelphia, 1770. 

— 8 Several methods of making falt-petre. Publifhed by 
the reprefentatives in congrefs. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 10 The art of making common fait; with an extract from 
Doctor Brownrigg's treatife on the art of making 
bay-falt. Philadelphia, 1776. 

* 1772—1 Premiums by the fociety, eftablimed at London, for 
the encouragement of arts, manufactures and com- 
merce. London, 1758. 



DUODECIMO. 

499 Short-hand improved. By William Mafon. London. 

525 Century of the names and fcantlings of the marquis of 

Worcester's inventions. London, 1663. 

526 Brachygraphy ; or mort- writing made eafy. By Thomas 

Gurney. Second edition. Gift of Doctor Ralph AJheton, 

676 Badcock's new touch-ftone for gold and filver wares. 

Second edition, with ufeful tables, by John Reynolds. 
London, 1769. 

677 Traite des monoyes par M. BohTard. II. toms. Paris, 

1711. 

814 De Geheime Brieven fchryver, met verfcheydene voor- 
beelden. Amfterdam. 



XXII. Experimental 
O o 



290 Experimental & natural Philofophy, &c. Quarto-. 



XXII. Experimental and natural Philofophy, and 
elementary Treatifes on the Arts and Sciences, 



FOLIO. 



QV A R T O. 

32 r T" 1 HE hiftory and prefent (late of electricity; with 
X original experiments. By Jofeph Prieftley. Lon- 
don, 1767. 

80 An attempt to demonstrate that all the phenomena in 
nature may be explained by two fimple principles— 
attraction and repulfion. By Gowin Knight. London, 

1754- 

91 Lectures on felect fubjects in mechanics, hydroftatics, 

pneumatics and optics; with the ufe of the globes; the 
art of dialling, and the calculation of the mean times 
of new and full moons, and eclipfes; with plates. By 
James Fergufon. London, 1764. 

92 Fergufon's fupplement to his lectures on felect fubjects; 

with plates. London, 1767. 

99 "J A view of Sir Ifaac Newton's philofophy; with plates. 
& J- By Henry Pemberton. London, 1728. N°* 100 the 
I OO J gift of Peter Collinfon, of London, 

114 The mathematical elements of natural philofophy, con- 
firmed by experiments ; or an introduction to Sir Ifaac 
Newton's philofophy; with plates. By James Grave- 
fande. Tranflated from the Latin into Englifh, by J. 
T. Defaguliers. Sixth edition. 2 vols. London, 1 747- 

1 1 8 An account of Sir Ifaac Newton's philofophical difcoveries. 
By Colin Mac Laurin. Publifhed from the author's 
manufcript papers, by Patrick Murdock. London, 
1748. 

130 



Experimental 8c natural Philofophy, Sec. Quarto. 291 

1301 Defagulier's courfe of experimental philofophy; proved 
& > by mechanics; wherein the laws of phyfics, mecha- 
195 J nics, hydroftatics and optics, are demonftrated by ex- 
periments; with a defcription of the air-pump, and 
the different fpecies of barometers, &c. To which 
are added, Sir Ifaac Newton's colours; the defcription 
of the cendenfmg engine, and Rowley's Horary; with 
plates. London, 1719. 

163 Mifcellaneous tracts on fome interefting fubjects in mecha- 
nics, phyfical aftronomy, and fpeculative mathematics. 
By Thomas Simpfon. London, 1757. 

^ 186 Seepage 76, (Natural Hiflory.) 

194 New experiments and obfervations on electricity; made at 
Philadelphia, by Doctor Benjamin Franklin. Commu- 
nicated in feveral letters to Peter Collinfon, of London, 
Third edition. London, 1760. 

* 206 — 1 Renati Des-Cartes principia philofophiae. Amfteloda- 

mi, 1664. 

217") Experiments and obfervations on electricity; made at 

& > Philadelphia, by Doctor Benjamin Franklin. To 

322 J which are added, letters and papers on philofophical 

fubjects; with plates. London, 1769. Fifth edition. 

London, 1 7 74* N 0, 217 the gift of the author. 

348 Principles of electricity; containing new theorems and ex- 
periments, with an analyfis of the fuperior advantages 
of high and pointed conductors ; with plates. By Charles 
Vifcount Mahon. London, 1779. 

350 A treatife upon artificial electricity; with an effay on the 
mild and flow electricity which prevails in the atmof- 
phere during ferene weather; with plates. Tranflated 
from the Italian of father Giambatifca Beccaria. Lon- 
don, 1776. 

432 Inftitutes of natural philofophy, theoretical and experi- 
mental; with plates. By William Enfield. London, 

1785- 

* 500 — 2 An attempt towards obtaining invariable meafures of 

length, capacity, and weight, from the menfuration 
of time, independent of the mechanical operations 
requifite to afcertain the centre of ofcillation, or the 
true length of pendulums; with plates. By John 
Whitehurft. London, 1787. 

520 L. Philofophiae naturalis principia mathematica. Auctore 
Ifaaco Newtono, equite aurato. Editio fecunda. 
Cantabrigise, 17 13. 

536 L 



292 Experimental & natural Philofophy, &c. Quarto. 

536 L. A tutor to aftronomy and geography; or an eafy way 
to know the ufe of the globes ; with cuts. By Jo- 
feph Moxon. Fourth edition. London, 1686. 

547 L, Boyle's confiderations on the vfefvlnefle of experi- 
mental and natural philofophy. Second edition. 
Oxford, 1664. 

JT57 L. Chriftiani Wolfii elementa mathefeos univerfac. Tomi 
duo. Halse Magdeburgicae, 1713. 



OCTAVO. 

5 A courfe of lectures in natural philofophy; with plates. 
By Richard Helfham. Publifhed by Bryan Robinfon. 
Dublin, 1739. 

1 67 Curfus mathematicus ; or a complete courfe of the mathe- 
matics; with plates. Written in French by Monfieur 
Ozanam, and tranflated into Englifh, with improve- 
ments and additions, by J. T. Defaguliers, and others. 
5 vols. London, 1725, 

1 69 Mathematical elements of natural philofophy, confirmed 
by experiments ; or an introduction to Sir Ifaac Newton's 
philofophy. Written in Latin, by William James Grave- 
fande, and tranflated into Englifh, by J. T. Defagu- 
liers. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 173 1. 

268 See page 266, (Anatomy, Medicine and Chemljlry.) 

290 A knowledge of the heavens and the earth made eafy; or 
the firft principles of aftronomy and geography explain- 
ed by the ufe of the globes and maps. By Ifaac Watts. 
Sixth edition. London, 1760. 

305 A compeudious fyftem of natural philofophy; with notes, 
containing mathematical demonstrations, and fome oc- 
cafional remarks. With plates. By J. Rowning. 2 
vols. London, 1759. 

308 Renault's fyftem of natural philofophy; with Doctor 
Samuel Clarke's notes, taken moftly out of Sir Ifaac 
Newton's philofophy. Tranflated into Englifh, by 
John Clarke. Third edition. 2 vols. London, 17 35 « 

3271 

& f See page 247, (Agronomy, AJlrohgy and Chronology.) 

670J 

382 



Experimental 8c natural Philofophy, Src. O&avo. 293 

1 



382 1 An account of Sir Ifaac Newton's philofophical difcove- 
& > ries, by Colin Maclaurin. Publifhed from the author's 
743 3 manufcript papers, by Patrick Murdock. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1750. 

f 420 See page 79, (Natural Hiftory.) 

428! Philofophia Britannica; or a new fyftem of the New- 
& > tonian philofophy, aftronomy and geography; with 
516 J notes and plates. By Benjamin Martin. Second edi- 
tion. 3 vols. London, 1759. 2 vols. Reading, 

1747. 

442 Defcription and ufe of both the globes, the armillary 
fphere and orrery; with a new conftruction of each 
globe, by an apparatus, exhibiting the phenomena of 
the earth and heavens exactly as they are. By Benja- 
min Martin. London. 

* 468 — 2 Defcription d'un microfccpe de poche, et de toutes les 
pieces qui en dependent. Le tout fait par Jean Cuff. 

; 1743- 

473 The elements of natural philofophy. By Peter Van Muf- 
fchenbrock. Tranflated from the Latin, by John Col- 
fon. 2 vols. London, 1744. 

508"] The philofophical grammar; being a view of the prefent 
& > ftate of experimental phyfiology, or natural philofo- 
5813 phy* By Benjamin Martin. Second edition, with 
large additions. London, 1738. 

5 25 "\ The microfcope made eafy; or the nature, ufes and 

& > magnifying powers of microfcopes, explained; with 

773 3 plates. By Henry Baker. Fourth edition. London, 

1754- 
538 The young mathematician's guide; being a plain and eafy 
introduction to the mathematics. By John Ward. 
Eleventh edition. To which is added, a fupplement, 
containing the hiftory of logarithms, and an index to 
the whole work. London, 1762. 

+ * 85 ? . , 

& > See page 80, (Natural Hi/lory. J 
t77°~3 
602 Matho; or the Cofmotheria Puerilis; a dialogue in which 
the principles of philofophy and aftronomy are accom- 
modated to the capacity of young perfons. Second 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1745. 

632 



294 Experimental & natural Philofophy, &c. O&avo. 

632 Sir Ifaac Newton's mathematical principles of natural 
philofophy. Tranflated into Englifh, by Andrew 
Motte. To which are added, the laws of the moon's 
motion, according to gravity. By John Machin. 2 
vols. 1729. 

717 Elements of natural philofophy delineated. By John 
Henry Winkler; with plates. Tranflated from the fe- 
cond edition of the German. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

735 Lectures in experimental philofophy; with plates. By 
M. l'abbe Nollet. Tranflated from the French, by 
John Colfon. London, 1752. 

758 The preceptor; containing a general courfe of education; 
wherein the firft principles of polite learning are laid 
down. With plates. Seventh edition. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1783. 

808 Phyfico-mechanical experiments on various fubjects; con- 
taining an account of feveral phenomena touching light 
and electricity; with plates. By F. Haukfbee. Second 
edition, with a fupplement, containing new experiments. 
London, 1 719. 

868 A methodical account of the principles of natural philo- 
fophy. By Benjamin Worfler. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1730. 

879! Philofophical experiments and obfervations ; with plates. 
& > By Doctor Robert Hooke, and other eminent virtuoib 
1 1 60 J in his time. Publifhed by William Derham. Lon- 
don, 1726. 

895 A tutor to aflronomy and geography; or an eafy way to 
know the ufe of the globes, both celeflial and terrefxrial. 
By Jofeph Moxon. London, 1659. 

* 900 — 1 Watfon's experiments and obfervations on the nature 
and properties of electricity. Third edition. Lon- 
don, 1746. 

—2 Watfon's fequel to the " Experiments and obfervations 
on the nature and properties of electricity." Second 
edition. London, 1746. 

& (Tables and tracts, relative to feveral arts and fciences; 
1000 J wit k F lates * By James Fergufon. London, 1767. 

988 The origin of laws, arts and fciences; and their progrefs 
among the moft ancient nations. Tranflated from the 
French of the prefident De Goguet. 3 vols. Edin- 
burgh, 1 761. 

1040 



Experimental 8c natural Philofophy, &cc. O&avo. 29S 

1040 Statical efTays; containing vegetable ftatics; or an account 
of fome ftatical experiments on the fap in vegetables; 
with a fpecimen of an attempt to analyfe the air, by a 
variety of chymio- ftatical experiments; with plates. 
By Stephen Hales. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 
1769. 

* 1 1 38 — I An inaugural oration, on the progrefs and importance 
of the mathematical fciences. By Walter Minto. 
Trenton, 1788. 

: 1 1 50 — 3 Warners mathematical exercifes. London, 17 10. 

1 2 13 An introdu&ion to natural philofophy; with plates. By 
William Nicholfon. 2 vols. London, 1782. 

121 8 Experiments and obfervations relating to various branches 
of natural philofophy, and obfervations on different 
kinds of air; with plates. By Jofeph Prieftley. Third 
edition. 5 vols. London, 1781. Birmingham, 1781. 

1352 A treatife on the rectilinear motion and rotation of bodies; 
and a defcription of original experiments relative to the 
fubjecl:; with plates. By George Atwood. Cam- 
bridge, 1784. 

1369 Fourcroy's elementary ledlures on chemiftry and natural 
hiftory. Tranflated from the Frenclijr by Thomas Elliot, 
with additions and notes, by the tranflator. 2 vols. 
London, 1785. 

1690 L. Jacobi Rohaulti phyfica. Latine vertit, recenfuit, et 
adnotationibus ex illuftriffimi Iiaaci Newtoni philofo- 
phia maximam partem hauftis, amplificavit et orna- 
vit Samuel Clarke. Londini, 17 10. 

171 1 L. Introduclio ad veram phyficam feu le&iones phyficaJ. 
Quibus accedunt Chriftiani Hugenii Theoremata de 
vi centrifuga et motu circulari demonftrata. Per 
Jo. Keill. Editio fecunda. Oxonias, 1 705. 



DUODECIMO. 



296 Experimental 8c natural Philofophy, &c. Duo, 



DUODECIMO. 

62 Elementorum compendium mathefeos univerfae a ChrifU* 
ano Wolfio. II. torn. Laufannse et Genevae, 1742. 

8 1 The elements of philofophy, by Samuel Johnfon. Third 
edition. London, 1754. 

236 James Dodfon's mathematical repofitory. 3 vols. Lon- 
don, 1748. 

361 A complete mathematical dictionary. By Jofeph Moxon. 
London, 1701. 

500 A treatife of natural philofophy. London, 1687. 

584 A courfe of the belles lettres; or the principles of litera- 
ture. Tranflated from the French of the abbot Bat- 
teaux, by Mr. Miller. 4 vols. London, 1761. 

666 A furvey of the wifdom of God in the creation; or a 
compendium of natural philofophy. 3 vols. Briftol, 
1763. Gift of John JVefley. 

707 John Bruce* s firft principles of philofophy. Second edi- 
tion. Edinburgh, 1781. 

* 794 — 8 Kinnerfley's experiments in electricity. Philadelphia, 
1764. 

S95 Z. Joannis Cleric i pneumatologia cui fubje&a eft Thomae 
Stanleii philofophia orientalis. Tomus II. Amfte- 
lodami, 17 10. 

984 Athanafii Kircheri magneticum naturae regnum. Amfte- 
lodami, 1667. 

1003 New experiments, phyiico- mechanical, touching the fpring 
of the air, and its effects. By Robert Boyle. Oxford, 
1660. Gft of Benjamin PafchalL 



I. Poetry 



Poetry and the Drama. Folio. 297 



I. Poetry and the Drama. 



FOLIO. 

67 ^"^1 RAY's Poems; with curious defigns for each poem, 
\J by R. Bentley. London, 1753. 

76 An eflay on man; in epiftles to a friend. By Alexander 
Pope. London, 1734. 

f 148 Seepage 113, (Theology.) 

208 Homer's Iliad; in Greek. Glafgow, 1756. Gift of Doc* 
tor Small) of London. 

214 Advifes from ParnafTus, in two centuries; with the politi- 
cal touchftone, and an appendix to it. By Trajano Boc- 
calini. To which is added, a continuation of the ad- 
vices by Girolamo Briani. The whole tranflated from 
the Italian. Revifed and corrected by Mr. Hughes. 
London, 1706. 

226 Eliza, an epic poem. By Sir Richard Blackmore. To 
which is annexed, an index, explaining perfons, coun- 
tries, cities, rivers, &c. London, 1705. 

229 The lad judgment of men and angels, a poem; after the 
manner of Milton. By Thomas Newcomb. London, 

1723- 
249 Pfyche; or love's myfterie; difplaying the intercourfe be- 
twixt Christ and the foule. By Jofeph Beaumont. 
London, 1648. 

* 407 — 18 An epiitle from S r F 0, to S a F a. 

London, 1727. 

— 19 An anfwer from S a F a, to S r F 0. 

London, 1727. 

414 The fatyrs of Juvenal; with plates. Tranflated into En- 
glifh, by Sir Robert Stapylton. London, 1660. Gift 
cf Samuel Coaies. 

43 1 L. Poetae Graeci principes heroici carminis et alii nonnulli 
et fragmenta aliorum. Graece. 1566. 

P p 4? 2 £• 



298 Poetry and the Drama. Folio. 

452 L. Euripidis opera quae extant omnia. Cantabrigise, 1694. 

466 L. Ariftophanis Comoediae undecim cum Latina interpre- 
tatione et fcholiis Nicodemi Frifchlini, et aliorum. 
Aurelias Allobrogum, 1608. 

472 L. Virgilii qux extant opera omnia. Cum annotationibus 
Tiberii Donati et Cerulii Honorati et Georgii Fa- 
bricii. Bafilae, 1547. 

510 L. The workes of the Englifli poet, Geffrey Chavcer; to 
which is prefixed, the life of the author. London, 
1602. 

* 514—5 Pennfylvania, a poem. By a ftudent of the college 
of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1756. 



QJJ A R T o. 

3 Publii Virgilii Maronis Bucolica, Georgica et iEneis. Bir- 
minghamise, 1 754. Gift of Dodor John Fothergill. 

28 ~\ 

- f The poems of Charles Churchill. Second edition. 2 

f vols. London, 1765. 

47 The tragedies of Sophocles. Tranflated from the Greek, 
by Thomas Franklin. London, 1759. 

70 Fingal, an ancient epic poem; with feveral other poems, 
compofed by Oflian, the fon of Fingal. Tranflated 
from the Gallic language, by James Macpherfon. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1762. 

85 Leonidas, a poem. By R. Glover. London, 1736. 

88 Poems on feveral occafions. By Chriftopher Smart. 

London, 1752. 

89 The fugar-cane, a poem; with notes. By James Grain- 

ger. London, 1764. 

90 The JEneid of Virgil. Tranflated by Chriftopher Pitt. 

2 vols. London, 1740. 

96 Poems on feveral occafions. By Samuel Weftley. Lon- 
don, 1736. Gift of George BreintnalL 

* 104—2 Science, a poem. By Francis Hopkinfon. Philadel- 
phia, 1762. 

108 



Poetry and the Drama, Quarto. 299 

™ 1 Providence, an allegorical poem. By John Ogilvie 

I London, 1764. 

109J ' T 

f 149 See page 23, (Civil Hiftory.) 
154 Liberty, a poem. By James Thompfon. London, 1735. 

* 159 — 4 Battle of the Genii, a fragment. Tranflated from an 

Erfe manufcript. London, 1765. 

— 5 Commerce, a poem. By Cornelius Arnold. London, 
1751. 

* 160 — 1 The immortality of the foul, a poem. By Ifaac 

Hawkins Browne. Tranflated from the Latin, by 
Richard Grey. London, 1754. 

— 2 Ver-vert; or the nunnery-parrot, an heroic poem. By 
Monfieur Grefiet. Tranflated from the French. 
London, 1759. 

213 Juvenile poems on various occafions; with the prince of 
Parthia, a tragedy. By the late Thomas Godfrey. 
Philadelphia, 1765. 

* 238 — 1 The deferted village, a poem. By Oliver Goldfmith. 

Sixth edition. London, 1770. 

— 2 The traveller, a poem. By Oliver Goldfmith. Lon- 
don, 1770. 

259 The hymns of Callimachus. Tranflated from the Greek, 
into Englifh verfe, with explanatory notes. To which 
are added, felect epigrams, and the Coma Berenices of 
the fame author. By William Dodd. London, 1755. 

264 The Iliad of Homer. Tranflated by James Macpherfon. 
. 2 vols. London, 1773. 

282 Poems. By Anna Lastitia Aitken. London, 1773. 

* 294 — 3 The deferted village, a poem. By Oliver Goldfmith. 

Sixth edition. London, 1770. 

338 Poems, fappofed to have been written at Briftol, in the 
fifteenth century, by Thomas Rowley, prieft; with a 
commentary, in which the antiquity of them is confi- 
dered and defended, by Jeremiah Milles. London, 
1782. 

342 The Lnciad; or the difcovery of India, an epic poem. 
Tranflated from the original Portuguefe of Louis de Ca- 
moens, by William Julius Micklq. Second edition. 
Oxford, 1778. 

554 Potter's tranflation of the tragedies of Euripides, z vols. 
London, 1781. 

• 366 — 1 



300 Poetry and the Drama. Quarto. 

* 366—1 Hayley's eflay on painting, addrefled to Mr. Romney. 

Third edition. London, 1781. 

, — 2 An ode to Howard; with a frontifpiece. Third edi- 
tion. London, 1782. 

—3 An efTay on hiftory; with notes. Second edition. 
London, 1781. 

—4 An eflay on epic poetry; with notes; addrefied to the 
reverend Mr. Mafon. London, 1782. 

— 5 The triumphs of temper. Third edition. London, 
1782. 

371 Potter's tranflation of the tragedies of iEfchylus. Nor- 
wich, 1777. 

373 De Frefnoy's art of painting. Tranflated into Englifh 
verfe, by William Mafon; with annotations by Sir Jo- 
ftiua Reynolds. York, 1783. 

* 374 — 1 Almada Hill, an epiftle from Lifbon. By William 

Julius Mickle. Oxford, 1781. 

— 2 Edwin and Eltruda, a legendary tale. By a young 
lady. London, 1782. 

— 3 A monody on major Andre. By Mifs Seward. With 
letters addreifed to her by mijor Andre, in the year 
1769. Second edition. Litchfield, 1781. 

—4 A poem to the memory of lady Miller. By Mifs 
Seward. London, 1782. 

— 5 Sympathy, a poem. By Mr. Pratt. Sixth edition. 
London, 1782. 

— 6 The library, a poem. By George Crabbe. Second 
edition. London, 1783. 

— 7 The village, a poem. By George Crabbe. London, 
1783. 

—8 Milton's Italian Poems. Tranflated by Doctor Lang- 
horne. London, 1776. 

— 9 Owen of Carron, a poem. By Doctor Langhorne,. 
London, 1778. 

—10 The wreath of fafhion; or the art of fentimental 
poetry. Sixth edition. London, 1780. 

«-n An elegy on the ancient Greek model. Cambridge, 
1779. 

— 12 



Poetry and the Drama. Quarto. 301 

— 12 An ode to the honorable William Pitt. By William 
Mafon. London, 1782. 

— 13 An archseological epiftle to Jeremiah Miller, prefident 
of the fociety of antiquaries. London, 1782. 

3&1 The poems and mifcellaneous compofitions of Paul White- 
head; with notes on his writings, and his life, written 
by Edward Thompfon. London, 1777. 

* 386 — 1 Keate's epiftle to Angelica KaufFman. London, 178 1. 

> — 2 Irwin's occaiional epiftles. Written during a journey 
from London to Bufrah, in the gulf of Perfia, to 
William Hayley. London, 1783. 

-—3 Horace's art of poetry, an epiftle to the Pifos. Trans- 
lated into Englifh, with notes, by George Coleman. 
London, 1783. 

* 387—1 Speculation; or a defence of mankind, a poem. Lon- 

don, 1780. 

* 412 — 3 The country juftice, a poem. London, 1784. 

—4 Fafhion, anode; with other poems. London, 1783. 

—5 The rife and progrefs of the Scandinavian poetry, a 
poem. By Mr. Jerningham. London, 1784. 

417 Maurice's poems and mifcellaneous pieces; with a free 
tranflation of the iEdipus Tyrannus -of Sophocles. 
London, 1779. 

419 Wilkins' tranflation of the Bhagvat-Geeta; or dialogues 
of Kreefhna and Argoon; with notes. From the an- 
cient language of the Brahmans. London, 1785. 

* 431 — 1 The progrefs of refinement, a poem. By Henry 

James Pye. Oxford, 1783. 

—2 Florio, a tale; and the Bas bleu; or converfation. 
Two poems. By Hannah More. London, 1786. 

. — 3 The news- paper, a poem. By George Crabbe. Lon- 
don, 1785. 

— 4 Elegies and fonnets. London, 1785. 

* 4^7_i Courtenay's poetical review of the literary and moral 

character of the late Do&or Samuel Johnfon. Third 
edition. London, 1786. 

— 2 Bozzy and Piozzi; or the Britiih biographers. A 
town eclogue. By Peter Pindar, Efquire. Third 
edition. London, 1786. 

^-3 Elegiac fonnets. By Charlotte Smith. Third edition. 
London, 1786. 

* 460 — 2 



-502 Poetry and the Drama. Quarto. 

#460 2 Shooting, a poem. London, 1784. 

— 3 Landfcapes, in verfe. Taken in fpring, by the author 
of fympathy. London, 1785. 

* 462 — 1 Edwin; or the emigrant. An eclogue. With three 

other poetical fketches. By the reverend Mr. 
Coombe. Philadelphia, 1775. 

— 2 An exercife, containing a dialogue and two odes. 
Philadelphia, 1767. 

— 3 An exercife, containing a dialogue and an ode, on the 
acceffion of George the third. Philadelphia, 1762. 

— 4 Science, a poem. By Francis Hopkinfon. Philadel- 
phia, 1762. 

— 5 Liberty, a poem. By Rufticus. Second editioa. 
Charleftown, South Carolina, 1770. 

* 464 — 1 An ode on the late glorious fuccefTes of his majefty's 

arms. Philadelphia, 1762. 

— 2 A panegyrick. By Strephon. Philadelphia, 1762. 

— 3 The court of fancy, a poem. By Thomas Godfrey. 
Philadelphia, 1762. 

—4 The manners of the times, a fatire. By Philadelphi- 
enfis. Philadelphia, 1762. 

— 5 A dialogue on peace, held at NafTau-hall, September* 
1763. Philadelphia, 1763. 

— 10 Liberty, a Pindaric ode. , Philadelphia, 1783. 

* 479 — 6 Oppreflion, a poem. By an American. London 

— 7 Liberty, a poem. By Rufticus. Philadelphia, 1769 

* 495 — l Poems on various fubjecls. By Ann Yearfley, the 

Clifton milk- woman. Being her fecond work. Lon 
don, 1787. 

—2 The triumph of benevolence; occafioned by the nati 
onal defign of erecting a monument to John How 
ard, Efquire. London, 1786. 

— 3 Slavery, a poem. By Hannah More. London, 1788 

497 The works of Peter Pindar, Efquire; with plates. Lon 
don, 1787. 

* 504 — 3 A fearch after happinefs, a paftoral drama. By Han 

nah More. Philadelphia, 1787. 

—4 



Poetry and the Drama, Quarto. 303 

— 4 A monody in honor of the chiefs who have fallen in 
the caufe of American liberty; and a rondelay, ce- 
lebrating American independency. Philadelphia. 
1 his, and the preceding pamphlet, the gift of Zachariah 
Poulfon, junr. 

* 506 — 2 Weft- Indian eclogues. London, 1787. 

— 3 The wrongs of Africa, a poem. London, 1787. 

— 4 Slavery, a poem. By Hannah More. London, 1788. 

— 5 Aura; or the (lave, a poem. London, 1788. This 
volume the gift of the Philadelphia fociety for promoting 
the abolition of flavery. 

516 /». Excerpta ex tragcediis comoediis Grsecis emendata et 
Latinis verfibus reddita ab Hugone Crotio. Grace 
et Latine. Parifiis, 1626. 

527 Z. jEfchyli tragcediae VII. Graecae cura Petri Viclorii. 
Ex officina Henrici Stephani. 1 55 7. 

534 L. Sophoclis tragcediae feptem una cum omnibus Grsecis 
fcholiis et Latina Viti Winfemii interpretatione. 
Excudebat Paulus Stephanus. 1603. 

* 562 — 1 The Englifh garden, a poem. Book the firft. By 

W. Mafon. Second edition. London, 1772. 

— 2 The poem which the committee of the town of Bofton 
had voted to be publifhed; with extracTs from a 
compofition never before publifhed. Bofton, 1772. 

—3 An oration which might have been delivered to the 
ftudents in anatomy, on the late rupture between 
the tw© fchools in this city. Philadelphia, 1789. 



OCTAVO. 



304 Poetry and the Drama. O&avo, 



OCTAVO. 

2 Poems on feveral fubjects. By John Ogilvie. London,, 

1764. 
6 Poems. By M. Whately. London, 1763. 

•|* 22 The works, in verfe and profe, of William Shenftone. 
3 vols. London, 1764. 

23") The plays of William Shakefpeare; with the corrections 

& > and illuftrations of various commentators. N°* 23 has 

406 J alfo the notes of Doctor Samuel Johnfon. 8 vols. 

London, 1765. And N ' 409 thofe of Hanmer. 6 

vols. London, 1745. 

f 29 The works of Alexander Pope; with his laft corrections, 
additions and improvements; and the commentary and 
notes of Mr. Warburton; with plates. 9 vols, Lon- 
don, 1760. 

65 The comedies of Terence; with plates. Tranflated into 
blank verfe, by George Coleman. Second edition. 2 
vols. London, 1768. 

67 The dramatic works of Aaron Hill. To which is added, 
an account of his life. 2 vols. London, 1 760. 

119 The works of Monfieur Boilcau; with cuts. Made En- 
glifh from the laft Paris edition, by feveral hands. To 
which is prefixed, an account of his life, by Monfieur 
Des Maizeaux. Second edition. 3 vols. London, 
1736. 

125") The Canterbury tales of Chaucer; modernized by feve- 
& J- ral hands. Publiihed by Mr. Ogle. 3 vols. Lon- 
313J don, 1741. 

158 Fables; with plates. By the late Mr. Gay. Fourth edi- 
tion. London, 1733. 

216 Pcems on affairs of date, from the time of Oliver Crom- 
well, to the year 1707. 4 vols. London, 1703, &c. 

232 Abramidies; or the faithfull patriarch ; exemplifyed in the 
lives of Abraham, Ifaac, Jacob and Jofeph; an heroic 
poem. London, 1705. 

254 Jure divino, a fatyr. By the author of the "True-born 
Englishman." London, 1706. 

294 



Poetry and the Drama. O&avo. 305 

294 Poems upon feveral occafions. By Mrs. Leapor. Lon- 
don, 1748. 

324 The works of Virgil; in Latin and Englifh. Tranflated 
by Chriftopher Pitt and Jofeph Warton. With eiiays 
on paftoral, didactic and epic poetry. 4 vols. Lon- 
' don, 1753. 

341 Poems on feveral occafions. By Stephen Duck. London, 
1736. 

376 Plauti comcedise cum notis Gronovii et aliorum. Amfler* 
dami, 1684. 

"f 398 See page 41, ( Civil Hi/lory.) 

456 The fhip- wreck, a poem. By a failor. London, 1764. 

477 Paradife loft, a poem; with plates. Bv John Milton. 
With notes of various authors, bv Thoma3 Newton. 
Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1750. 

489 Poems by William Mafon; containing les, elegies and 
dramatic poems. London, 1764. 

515 Poems on feveral occafions. By Jofeph Mitchell. 2 vols. 
London, 1732. 

J 524 See page 43, (Civil Hijiory.) 

And page 154, (Ethics; or the Moral Syjlem.) 

-■ 549 Female conduct ; being an effay on the art of pleafing, to 
be praclifed by the fair fex before ind after marriage. 
A poem. By Thomas Marriot. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1760. 

562 The works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher; col- 
lated with all the former editions, and corre&ed. With 
not:s. By Meifrs. Theobald, Seward and Sympfon. 
10 vols. London, 1750. 

f 588 Poems on feveral occafions. By Doctor Thomas Parnell. 
To Which are added, t'.ie life of Zoilus; and his remarks 
on Homer's battle of the frogs and mice. London, 

1737* 
f * 603 — 10 See page 184, (General and local Politics*) 

604 Poems on feveral occafions. By William Broome. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1750. 

f 614 See page 154, (Ethics; or the Moral Syjlem,) 

$65 Ovidii epiftolarum heroidum liber, in ufum delphini. Lon- 
don, 1737. Gift cf J. Roberts. 

* 666—1 



306 Poetry and the Drama. Octavo. 

# 555 — i The fhip- wreck, a poem. By a failor. Londcr. ? 

— 2 The pleafures of imagination, a poem. By Doctor 
Akenfide. London, 1763. 

781 The poetical works of the reverend Edward Young. 2 
vols. London, 1741. 

794 Satyrs upon the Jefuits; written in the year 1679, an d 
fome other pieces by the fame hand* Fifth edition. 
London, 1679. Gift of William Dering, 

854 The poems and tranflations of Sir John Denham; with 
the Sophy, a tragedy. Fifth edition. London, 1709. 

904 Poems, by the earl of Rofcommon. To which is added, 
an effay on poetry, by the duke of Buckingham; with 
poems by Richard Duke. London, 1717. 

914 The life and notable adventures of Don Quixote de la 
Mancha. Tranflated into Hudibraftic verle. By Ed- 
ward Ward. 2 vols. London, 171 1. 

954 The thirteene bookes of iEneidos. Tranflated into En- 
glifh verfe, by Thomas Phaer and Thomas Twyne. 
London, 1607. 

I( «; (Poems on feveral occafions; with fome other compofi- 
, p \ tions. By Nathaniel Evans. Philadelphia, 1772. 

1 102") Orlando Furiofo; with plates. Tranflated from the Ita- 
& > lian of Ludovico Arioflo, by John Hoole. Vol. 1. 
1263 J London, 1772. 5 vols. London, 1783. 

* 1 109 — 1 A fearch after happinefs, a paftoral drama J with Ar- ' 
mine and Elvira, a legendary tale. By Hannah 
More. Philadelphia, 1774. 



— 7 See page 188, (General and local Politics.) 



* 1 148 — 1 Mifcellaneous poems. By Peter Markoe. Philadel- 
phia, 1787. 
— 2 The times, a poem. By Peter Markoe. Second edi- 
tion. Philadelphia, 1788. 

— 3 A poem on divine revelation; being an exercife deli- 
vered at Naffau-hall, September 28, 1774. Phila- 
delphia, 1774. 

—4 The battle of Bunker's-hill, a dramatic piece; with a 
military fong. Philadelphia, 1776. 

—5 




Poetry and the Drama, O&avo. 307 

— 5 The fall of Britifh tyranny; or American liberty 
• triumphant. A tragi- comedy. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 6 The group, a farce. Philadelphia, 1775. 

* 1 150— 10 The fair thinker; or reafon afferted; in a difTeclion 
of bigotry and devotion; a fatire. London, 1740. 

1 196 Scott's poetical works; with plates. London, 1782. 

f 1 22 1 The pofthumous works of Ifaac Watts. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1779. 

1227 Warton's poems. London, 1777. 

f * 1246 — 15] 



-.6 

— 2C > 



25 J> See page 191, (General and total Politics,) 
& 

—27- 

* 1280 — 3 Sir Eldred of the bower; and the bleeding rock, two 

legendary tales. By Hannah More. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1778. 

- — 4 Homer's hymn to Ceres. TranHated into Englilh 
verfe, by Richard Hole. Exeter, 1781. 

13 17 Jerningham's poems. Fifth edition. London, 1779. 

* 1323 — 5 Edwy, a dramatic poem. London, 1784. 

f 1376 The works of Henry Fielding; with plates. To which 
is prefixed, an account of the author's life. 10 vols. 
London, 1784. 

1393 Poems on feveral occafions. By Ann Yearfley, the Clif- 
ton milk-woman. To which are prefixed, fugitive 
pieces, by another hand. London, 1785. 

1398 Poems upon feveral occafions, Engliih, Italian and Latin; 
with tranflations, by John Milton; and notes, by Tho- 
mas War ton. London, 1785. 

1422 The poems of Gflian. Tranflated from the Gallic lan- 
guage, by James Macpherfon. 2 vols. London, 1785. 

f 1423 The works of Arthur Murphy. 7 vols. London, 1786. 

1430 The Minftrel; with other poems. By James Bcattie. 
London, 1784, 

1441 The poems of William Cowper. Second edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1786. 

1453 Gray's poems; with notes, by Gilbert Wakefield* Lon*. 
den, 1786. 

* 1462 — 3 




308 Poetry and the Drama, O&avo. 

* 1462 — 3 Ancient Scottifh poems, viz. the Gaberlunzie-man, 

and Christ's Kirk on the green; with notes and 
obiervations, by John Callander. Edinburgh, 1782. 

1470 The Lyric works of Horace. Tranflated into Englifh 
vtrfe; with a number of original poems, by John Parke. 
Philadelphia, 1786. Gift of Caleb Buglafs. 

See page 196, (General and heal Polities.) 

* 1525 — 1 The birth, parentage and education of Praife-god 

Barebones; with an election ballad. 

— 2 The difappcintment; or the force of credulity, a new 
American comic-opera. By Andrew Barton. New 
York, 1767. 

* 1557 — 1 The patriot mufe; or poems on fome of the principal 

events of the late war; with a poem on the peace. 
London, 1764. 

-—2 Kawanio Che Keeteru; a true relation of a bloody 
battle fought between George and Lewis, in the 
year 1755. 

—3 Ar. exercife; containing a dialogue, and an ode on 
peace. Philadelphia, 1763. 

—4 Gallic perfidy, a poem. By John Maylem. Boflon, 
1758. 

«— 5 Poem* upon feveral occafions. Bofton, 1779. 

—5 The Kirkia.I; or golden age of the church of Scot- 
land. Edinburgh, 1774. 

■—7 The London clergy's petition againft the Quaker's 
amnnation, anfwered. 1722. 

~— 8 Beveridge's familiar epifiles, and other mifcellaneous 
pieces. Latin and Engliih. Philadelphia, 1765. 

>— 9 A poem on the rifing glory of America. Philadel- 
phia, 1772. 

— 10 The plan of a performance of folemn mufic, to be 
fung in the college of Philadelphia. 1765. 

— 11 Refignation; in two parts, .with a poftfeript to Mrs. 
B . Philadelphia, 1764. 

* 1573 — 6 The battle of Bunker's-hill, a dramatic piece; with a 

military fong. Philadelphia, 1776. 

•—7 The fall of Britifh tyranny; or American liberty tri- 
umphant, a tragi-comedy. Philadelphia, 1776. 

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Poetry and the Drama. O&avo. 309 

— 8 The group, a farce. Philadelphia, 1 775. 

— 9 The group, a new farce. Bofton, 1775. 

—10 The prefent fituation of American affairs, a poem. 

— 11 American liberty, a poem. New York, 1775. 

— 12 General Gage's foliloqu 7. MS. 1775. 

— 13 A voyage to Boilon, a poem. New York, 1 775. 

— 14 General Gage's confeffion to his ghoftly father — friar 
Francis. 1775. 

— 16 America invincible, an heroic poem. Danvers, near 
Bofton, 1779. 

* 1594 — 3 See page 207, (General and local Politics.) 

"~£ > See page 208, (General and local Politics.) 
-6j 

* 1595 — 1 La Verite, ode a Monfieur de Voltaire. Londres, 

1765. 

— *2 Le Barbier de Seville par M. de Beaumarchais. Paris, 
1776. 

161 7 Burns's poems; chiefly in the Scottifh dialect. Third edi- 
tion. London, 17 87. 

* 1629 — 1 The patriot chief, a tragedy. By Peter Markoe. 

Philadelphia, 1784. Gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

— 2 A journal from Philadelphia to New York, by way of 
Burlington and South Amboy. By Robert Slender. 
Philadelphia, 1787. 

—3 The law of Lombardy, a tragedy. By Robert Jeph- 
fon. London, 1779. 

—4 A poem on the rifing glory of America. Philadel- 
phia, 1772. 

-—5 Death; a poetical effay. By Beilby Porteus. Fourth 
edition. Philadelphia, 1773. This, and the two 
preceding pa , the gift of Zachariah Poulfon ', junr. 

1645 L. Publii Virgilii Maronis opera omnia cum notis Serii et 

aliorum. Lugduni Batavorurn, 1652. 

1646 L. Anna?i Seneca tragcedia cum notis Antonii Thyfii. 

Lugduni Batavorurn, i6ci. 

3653 L. Theocriti quae extant cum Graecis fcholiis notis et indi- 
cibus opera. Grsece et Latine. Oxonics, 1699. 

1658 L. 



3 1 o Poetry and the Drama. Octavo. 

1658 L. CI. Claudiani quae extant. Cum notis Nicolai Heinfiis 
et aliorum commentariis. Amftelodami, 1665. 

1671 L. Abrahami Couleij Angli poemata Latina. Londini, 
1668. 

16S0 L. Sophoclis tragoediae feptem cum omnibus Grascis fcho- 
liis. Cantabrigiae, 1669. 

1692 L. Poetae Minores Graeci. Cantabrigiae, 1652. 

1698 L. M. Anneus Lucanus de bello civiii cum Hugoni Gro- 

tii et aliorum notis. Tom. II. Amflelodami, 
1669. 

1 699 L. Publii Terentii comosdiae fex, iElii Donati commenta- 

rius, cum felectis Guieti et variorum notis. Lug- 
duni Batavorum, 1662. 

1700 L, Apollonii Rhodii Argonauticorum libri I v. ab Jere- 

mia Hcelzlino in Latinum converfi. Lugduni Bata- 
vorum, 1 64 1. 

1702 L. Menandri et Philemonis Reliquiae quot-quot reperiri 

potuerunt; Graece et Latine cum notis Hugoni 
Grotii et Joannis Clerici. Amitelodami, 1 709. 

1703 L. M. Valerii Martialis epigrammata cum notis Farnabii 

et variorum. Lugduni Batavorum, 1 670. 

1708 L. M. Terentii opera omnia quae extant cum notis jofephi 
Scaligeri et aliorum. His accedunt tabulae naufragii 
feu fragmenta ejufdem. Durdrechti, 1619. 

1 746 Z. Catulli Tibulli et Propertii nova editio : Jofephus Sca- 
liger receniuit et caftigavit. Lutetiae, 1577. 

1800 Modern manners; or the country coufins. In a feries of 
poetical epiftles. Second edition. London, 1782, 



DUODECIMO. 



Poetry and the Drama* Duodecimo. 311 



DUODECIMO. 

it A colle&ion of poems, by feveral hands. Publifhed by 
R. and J. Dodfley. 6 vols. London, 1758. 

15 Hervey's contemplations on a flower garden, done into 
blank verfe. By T. Newcomb. London, 1757. Gift 
of George Noarth, junr, 

3 3 1 Poems upon feveral occafions, by John Pomfret; with 
& > fome account of his lrfe and writings. To which are 
435 3 added, his remains. Tenth edition. London, 1736. 
Twelfth edition. London, 1753. 

35! Dryden's fables, ancient and modern. Tranflated into 
& > verfe from Homer, Ovid, Boccace and Chaucer; with 
326 J original poems. London, 1721. 

3 / Poems upon feveral occafions. By Matthew Prior. 2 
f vols. London, 1725 and 1754. 

46 Titus Lucretius Carus his fix books of Epicurean philofo- 
phy. Tranflated into Englifh verfe, with notes. Fourth 
edition. London, 1699. 

59 Quinti Horatii epiftolae ad Pifones et Auguftum. With 
an Englifh commentary and notes. To which are add- 
ed, two diflertations — one, of the provinces of dra- 
matic poetry; and the other, on poetical imitation. 
Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1753. 

61 Oeuvres de Boileau Defpreaux. IV. toms. Amfterdam, 
1729. 

77 The Messiah. Attempted from the German, by Mr. 
Klopftock. 2 vols. London. 

79 The dramatic works of John Home. London, 1740. 

90 Jerufalem delivered, an heroic poem. Tranflated from 
the Italian of Torquato Taflb, by John Hoole. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1764. 

1 13 A poetical dictionary; or the beauties of the Englifh poets 
alphabetically difplayed. 4 vols. London, 176 1. 

126 The odes, fatyrs and epiftles of Horace. Tranflated into 
Englifh, by Mr. Creech. Fifth edition. London, 1730. 

142 The poems of Ifaac Watts, chiefly of the Lyric kind. 
Ninth edition. London, 175 1. 

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168 



Poetry and the Drama. Eucdecim6. 

The works of Abraham Cowley; with an account of his 
life and writings, by Doctor Sprat, buhopof Rochefter, 
Twelfth edition. 2 vols. London, 1721. 

The death of Abel, in five books. Attempted from the 
German of Mr. Gefner, by Mary Collier. Sixth edi- 
tion. London, 1764. 

174 The feafons; with plates. By James Thompfon. Edin- 
burgh, 1 761. 

178 The art of Englifh poetry. By Edward Bysfhe. Eighth 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1737. 

i88l A poetical tranflation of the works of Horace; with the. 

& > original text and notes, collected from the belt. Latin 

1893 and French commentators on that anchor. By Philip 

Francis. Second edition. 4 vols. London, 1747. 

Sixth edition. London, 1756. 

? I Lucaii's Pharfalia. Tranflated into Englifh verfe, by 
f Nicholas Rowe. 2 vols. London, 1753. 

199 A new verfion of the plalms of David. By Sir Richard 
Blackmore. London, 1721. 

21 81 The odyiTey of Homer. Tranflated from the Greek into 
& J* Englifh verfe. By Alexander Pope. London, 1 745 
219 J and 1752. 

221 The works of John Oldham; with his remains. To which 
are added, memoirs of his life, and explanatory notes. 
2 vols. London, 1722. 

£' I Poems on feveral occafions. By John Gay. 2 vols.. 
261 J London, 1753. 

259 Nuptial dialogues and debates; or an ufeful profpect of 
the felicities and difcomforts of a married life. By Ed- 
ward Ward. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 1759. 

275 The Britifh mufe ; or a collection of thoughts, moral, na- 
tural and fublime, of our Englifh poets, who flourifhed 
in the fixteenth and feventeenth centuries; digelted 
alphabetically. By Thomas Hayward. 3 vols. Lon- 
don, 1738. 

277 The works of James Thompfon; with his lafl: editions and 
improvements. 4 vols. London, 1757. 

284 The complaint; or night- thoughts on life, death and 
immortality. To which is added, a paraphrafe of the 
book of Job. By Edward Young. London, 1755. 

291 



Foetry and the Drama, Duodecimo. 313 

• 291 Original poems and tranflations, by John Dryden. 2 vols. 
London, 1743. 

306 Ovid's metamorphofes. Tranflated into Englifh, by feve- 
ral hands. Third edition, with great improvements, 
by Mr. Sewell. London, 1733. 

327 The fatyrs of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and of Anlius 
Perfius Flaccus. Tranflated into Englifh verfe, by Mr. 
Dryden and feveral other hands. To which is prefixed, 
a difcourfe concerning the original and progrefs of fa- 
tyr. Fifth edition. London, 1726. 

358 The difpenfary, a poem; in fix cantos. Ninth edition. 
London, 1726. 

37 1 Paradife loft, a poem; in twelve books. By John Milton. 
To which is prefixed, an account of his life. Fourteenth 
edition. London, 1730. 

376 Bafiliade; or the book of truth and nature, an epic poem. 
Tranflated from an original manufcript of the Indian 
Bramin and philofopher, Pilpay. 2 vols. London, 176 1. 
Gift of James Reed. 

392") Poetical mifcellanies, confiding of original poems and 
& > tranflations, by the beft hands. Published by Sir Rich- 
393 3 ard Steele. Second edition. London, 1727. 

* 394 — 1 The death of Adam, a tragedy, in three acls. From 
the German of Mr. Klopftock. London, 1763. 

401 Cronzeck's Arminius; or Germania freed. Tranflated 
from the third German edition. 2 vols. London, 1764. 

418 Ovid's epiftles; with his amours. Tranflated into Englifh 
verfe, by the mod eminent hands, London, 1 748. 

f 434 See page 150, (Mythology.) 

447 The fatyrs of Perfius. Tranflated into Englifh, by Tho- 
mas Sheridan. London, 1739. 



45 2 J 



tier's Hudibras ; with plates. Written in the time of 
the late wars. London, 1732. 



466 Davideis; the life of David, king of Ifrael, a facred poem. 
By Thomas Ellwocd. Second edition. London, 1722. 

511 Creation, a philofophical poem. By Sir Richard Black- 
more. Demonftrating the exiftence and providence of 
God. London, 17 15. 

5 1 6 Poems upon feveral occafions. Second edition. London, 
1716. 

R r 530 



314 Poetry and J he Drama. Duodecimo. 

530 Fables. By the late Mr. Gay. 2 vols. London, 1757, 

f 538 The works, in verfe and profe, of Doctor Thomas ParnelL 
Glafgow, 1755. 

540 The works of Moliere. 5 vols. Glafgow, 1751. 

561 New Bath. guide; or memoirs of the B — r — d family; in 
a feries of poetical epiftles. Fifth edition. London, 
1767. 

603 The poems of John Dyer. London, 1761. 

604 The works of Metaftafio. Tranflated from the Italian, 

by John Hoole. 2 vols. London, 1767. 

608 Leonidas, a poem. By R. Glover. 2 vols. London, 

1770. 

609 Providence, an allegorical poem. By John Ogilvie. 

Bofton, 1766. 

611 Poems, chiefly pafloral. By John Cunningham. New- 
Caftle, 1 771. 

613 The poetical works of John Langhorne. 2 vols, Lon- 
don, 1766. 

* 620 — 3 Poems on feveral occafions. By Elizabeth Carter. 

London, 1766. 

627 Fables. By William Wilkie. London, 1768. 

682 Mafon's Englifh garden, a poem. With a commentary 
and notes, by William Burgh. York, 1783. 

687 Sacred dramas; with Senfibility, a poem. By Hannah 
More. Second edition. London, 1782. 

• 702 Nichols's felecl collection of poems; with notes. Second 

edition. 8 vols. London, 1780. 

f 703 Euphrofyne ; or amufements on the road of life. By the 
author of the fpiritual Quixote. 2 vols. London, 
1780. 

704 Infancy; or the management of children; a didactic poem. 
By Hugh Downman. Edinburgh, 1776. 

709 Aiken's eiTay on the application of natural hiftory to poe- 

try. Warrington, 1777. 

710 Guarini's faithful fhepherd, a dramatic paftoral. Tranf- 

lated into Englifh from the Paftor Fido, by William 
Grove. Second edition. London, 1783. 



t * 714—37 
t * 792 — I J 



See page in, (Geography and Tocography.) 

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Poetry and the Drama. Duodecimo. 3 1 5 

The Chriftian, a poem; with notes, a preface in de- 
fence of Chriftianity, and an addrefs to the people 
of America. By Charles Crawford. To which 
are added, his mifcellaneous poems. Philadelphia, 
1783. N 0, 715 and 778, the gift of the author. 

733 The works of Richard Savage, fon of the earl of Rivers. 
To which is prefixed, an account of the life and writ- 
ings of the author, by Doctor Samuel Johnfon. 2 vols. 
London, 1777. 

742 Boyd's tranflation of the Inferno of Dante Alighieri in 
Engliih verle; with notes, the life of Dante, and a 
fpecimen of a new tranflation of the Orlando Furiofo 
of Ariofto. 2 vols. London, 1785. 

744 Moral fables. Edinburgh, 1784. 

752 Poems on feveral occafions. Written in Pennfylvania. 
Philadelphia, 1786. 

761 Thoughts in prifon; and other mifcellaneous pieces. By 
William Dod. With an account of the author, and a 
lift of his works. Second edition. London, 1781, 

767 Poems on feveral occafions. By Edward Lovibond. 
London, J 785. 

771 Lofft's tranflation of the firft and fecond Georgic, in 
blank verfe. London, 1783. 

779 Poems. By Helen Maria Williams. Vol. 1. London, 
1786. 

792 — 2 M c Fmgal, an epic poem. Hartford, 1782. 

— 3 The Britiih prifon-fhip, a poem; with a poem on the 
death of captain Biddle. Philadelphia, 1781. 

793 — 2 D'Foe's true-born Englifhman, a fatyr. Philadelphia, 

1778. 

— 3 A poetical epiftle to general Wafhington. Philadel- 
phia, 1 781. 

-—4 Winchefter's hymns; fuited to the prefent times. Se- 
cond edition. Baltimore, 1776. 

— 5 A demonftration of the luccefiion of the firft Englifh 
bifhops. 1766. 

803 — 5 Des poemes et vers, en Francois. (Title page loft.) 

836 — I Ad vis familiers par un Zelateur de la profperite des 
pai's-bas. Sur le bruit d'une treve. 1608. 

—2 Le triomphe de la ligue. A Leyde, 1607. 

843 Les csuvres de Moliere. IV. toms. A la Haye, 1725* 

s 5 i 



316 Poetry and the Drama. Duodecimo. 

851 Whitehead's poems; with memoirs of his life and writ- 
ings, by W. Mafon. Vol. 3. York, 1788. 

855 The vifion of Columbus, a poem. By Joel Barlow. Lon- 
don, 1787. 

* 856 — 1 Henry and Acafto, a moral tale. By Brian Hill. 

Third edition. London, 1786. 

861 Fordyce's poems. London, 1786. 

j- 864 The miscellaneous works, in verfe and profe, of Philip 
Freneau. Written chiefly during the late war. 2 vols. 
Philadelphia, 1786 and 1788. 

* 869 — 1 The fchool for fcandal, a comedy. By R. B. Sheri- 

dan. New York, 1786. 

. — 2 The Weft Indian, a comedy. By the author of the 
Brothers. Belfaft, 1774. This volume the gift of 
Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

* 87! — 1 The dragon of Wantley, aburlefque opera. London. 

— 2 M c Fingal, a modern epic poem. Hartford, 1782. 
This volume the gift of Zachariah Pou/fon, junr. 

873 Poems on feveral occafions. Englifh and Latin. By Jo- 
feph Addiibn. Glafgow, 1751. Gift of Zachariah Foul- 
fori, junr. 

* 874 — 1 An eflay on man. By Alexander Pope. With his 

univerfal prayer. Philadelphia, 1778. 

—2 Effufions of female fancy. By a young lady, native 
of America. New York, 1784. 

— 4 The lamentations of a fow, on a late thankfgiving- 
day, at Danbury, in Connecticut, 1778. This v+> 
lume the gift of Zachariah Poulfon, junr. 

* 875 — 4 Poems by Hannah More, viz. " Senfibility;" and 

" Reflections of king Hezekiah." Philadelphia, 
1 785. Gift of Mejfrs. Toung, Stewart and M'Culloch. 

879 L. Titi Lucretii Cari de rerum natura, libri fex. Londini, 

882 L. M. Joannis Buchleri Thefaurus Poeticus a Baxio auctus 

juxta feriem alphabeticam. (Title page loft.) 

883 L. II Petrarcha con l'efpofiticne d'Alefiandro Velutello. 

In Venetia, 1552. 

888 L. Hugonis Grotii poemata. Londini, 1639. 

890 L. Auli Perfii Flacci Satyrae VI. cum pofthumis com- 
mentariis Joannis Bond. Amftelodami, 1659. 

900 L* 



Poetry and the Drama. Duodecimo. 317 

900 L. Catulli Tibulli et Propertii opera. Londini, 17 15. 

901 L. Publii OviJii Nafonis opera tomi III. Amftelodami, 

1661. 

913 L. CEuvres de Racine. Deux toms. AAmfterdam, 

1709. 

914 L. Les CEuvres de M. de Moliere ornees de figures en 

taille douce. Deux toms. A Amfterdam, 171 3. 

915 L. Publii Terentii comcedias fex. Londini, 1713. 

923 L. Ariftophanis comcedias undecim, Grasce et Latine cum 
emendationibus Jofephi Scaiigeri. Lugduni Bata- 
vorum, 1624. 

927 L. Homeri Ilias et Odyfiasa. Greece et Latine, cum ejuf- 
dem Batrachomyomachia Hymnis et Epigrammati- 
bus. Apud Johan. Vignon. Tomi II. 1609. 

933 L. M. Accii Plauti comcedias fuperftites XX. Amftelo- 
dami, 1629. 

945 Z. Silius Italicus de fecundo bello Punico. Amfterodami, 

1631. 

946 L. Virgilii opera. Nic. Heinfius recenfuit. UitrajefH, 

1704. 

948 L, Georgii Buchanani pcemata quas extant. Amfteloda- 
mi, 1676. 

950 L. Euphormionis Lufinini five Joannis Barclaii Satyricon. 

Amftelodami, 1664. 

951 L. Marcelli Palingenii Steilati zodiacus vitas. Parifiis, 

1564. 

954 L. Publii Terentii comcedias. Cantabrigiae, 1701. 

956 L. CI. Clandiani quae extant. Amftelodami, 1650. 

962 L, Pindari Olympia Pythia Nemea Ifthmia. Casterorum 
octo Lyricorum carmina Alcaei, Sapphus, Stefichori, 
Ibyci, Anacreontis, Bacchylidis, Simonidis, Alc- 
manis, nonnulla etiam aliorum. Oliaa Pauli Ste- 
phani, 1702. 

964 L. Phaedri Fabularum JEfopiarum libri V. cum fabulis ex 
MS. veteri quibufdam et aliis tam Graecis quam 
Latinis variis authoribus. Londini, 1 713. 

971 L. Quinti Horatii Flacci poemata, annotationibus Joannis 
Bond illuftrata. Londini, 1670. 

977 L. Aufonii Burdigaienfis opera a Jofepho Scaligero emen- 
data. Lugduni, 1575. 

979 L> 



-5 1 8 Poetry and the Drama, Duodecimo. 

979 L. IlPetrarca. In Lione, 1587. 

981 jL. Lucii Annasi Senecas tragcedise. Ex ofHcina PlautinU 
ana, 1601. 

992 The works of James Thompfon. 2 vols. London, 1750. 

£94 The works of Thomas Otway. 3 vols. London, 1757. 

t 995 ^^ e wor - s °f Alexander Pope; containing his tranfiaticns 
and imitations; with plates. 9 vols. London, 1 75 1. 

999 Les tragedies de M. Racine. A Paris, 1670. 

* 1007 — 5 A demonftration of the uninterrupted fucceflion ,ar.d 
confecration of Englifh bifhops; being an extract 
from Mr. Ward's fecond canto of his " England's 
reformation." 



II. Works 



Works of Fiflion, Wit and Humor. Folio. 319 



II. Works of Fiflion, Wit and Humor. 



FOLIO. 

418 /^l AMBADO's Academy for grown horfemcn; with 
VJT plates. London, 1787. 



QJJ A R T O. 

40 The adventures of Telemachus, the fon of UlyiTes. Tranf- 
lated from the French of Fenelon, archbiinop of Cam- 
bray, by John Hawkefworth. London, 176S. 



OCTAVO. 

145 1 The fables of ^Efop, and other eminent mythologies; 
& J- with morals and reflections, by Sir Roger L'Eftrange. 
2 10 J Eighth edition. London, 1738. 

* 227 — 4 Saxon hiftorie, of the admirable adventures of Clodo- 
aldvs and his three children. Tranflated from the 
French. London, 1634. 

f 257 See page 149, (Mythology.) 

333 Friendfhip in death; in letters from the dead to the living. 
To which are added, letters, moral and entertaining, 
in profe and verfe. By Elizabeth Rowe. London, 
J 1750. 

352 Fenelon's tales and fables, in French and Englifh. To 
which is prefixed, an account of the author's life. 
London, 1736. 

493 



/ 



3'2o Works of Fi&ion, Wit and Humor. Octavo. 

493 An hiftorical and geographical description of Formofa; 
with a relation of what happened to the author in his 
travels; alfo, the hiftory and reafons of his converfion 
to Chriftianity; with plates. By George Pialmanaazaar. 
London, 1705. 

* 603 — 11 Seepage 184, (General and local Politics.) 

637 Travels into feveral remote nations of the world. By 
captain Lemuel Gulliver. Vol. 1. London, 1726. 

659 The war of the beads, a fable; to ferve for the hiftory of 
the eighteenth century. Tranilated from the French. 
London, 1758. 

746 An enay on the art of ingenioufly tormenting; with pro- 
per rules for the exercife of that pleafant art. Second 
edition. London, 1757. 

828 Dialogues of the dead. Third edition. London, 1760. 

846 A tale of a tub; with an account of a battle between the 
ancient and modern books in Saint James's library. 
By Dean Swift. Fifth edition. London, 1710. 

890 The caftle of Otranto, a Gothic ftory. Third edition. 
London, 1766. 

1 197 Tyer's political conferences between feveral great men, in 
the laft and prefent century; with notes. Second edi- 
tion. London, 1781. 

* 1388 — 4 Criticifms on the Rolliad. Second edition. London, 

1449 An Arabian tale; from an unpublifhed manufcript; with 
notes. London, 1786. 

* 1467 — 1 A fpecimen of the natural hiftory of the various or- 

ders of monks, after the manner of the Linnean 
fyftem; with plates. Tranilated from the Latin. 
London, 1783. 

1533 L'elogede la folie, par Erafme. Traduit par M. Guende- 
ville. A Amfterdam, 1 731. 

* 1565 — 8 An account of Sufanna Stout's flight to the celeftial 

regions. Tranilated from the German. Philadel- 
phia, 1768. 

* 1573 — 15 Anticipation; containing the fubftance of his majes- 

ty* s fpeech to both houfes; and the debates in par- 
liament. Sixth edition. Philadelphia, 1779- 

—17 De Sartine's green box. Tranilated from the French. 
Fifth edition. London, 1779. 

* * 1588-13 



Works of Fiction, Wit and Humor. O&avo. 321 

* 1588 — 13 The countryman's lamentation, on the neglect of a 

proper education of children; with an addrefs to 
the inhabitants of New Jerfey. Philadelphia, 1 762. 

* 1629—6 The paflionate lovers, a fentimental hhlory. Phila- 

delphia, 1785. Gift of Zacharlak Poulfon, junr. 

1668 L. Jo. Barclaii Argenis. Lugduni Batavorum et Rotero- 
dami, 1664. 

1750 L. Stultitiae laus Defiderii Erafmi declamatio, cum com- 
mentariis Ger. Liftrii, et iiguris Jo. Holbenii. Ba- 
fileae, 1676. 



DUODECIMO. 

47 Utopia. Written in Latin by Sir Thomas More. Tranf- 
lated into Engliih. London, 1684. 

60 Vida y Hechos del ingenios o hidalgo Don Quixote de la 
Mancha. II. torn. En Amberes, 17 19. 

71 Belifarius. By Marmontel. London, 1768. 

73 The triumvirate; or the authentic memoirs of A, B and 
C. 2 volumes in one. London, 1764. 

9 / The vicar of Wakefield, a tale. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 

4*33 " 

95 Friendfhip in death; in letters from the dead to the living. 
To which are added, letters, moral and entertaining, 
m profe and verfe. By Elizabeth Rowe, 2 vols. 
London, 1753. 

105 The memoirs of Mifs D'Arville; or the Italian female 
philofopher. Tranflated from the Italian. 2 vols. 
London, 1764. 

207 The adventures of Telemachus; with the adventures of 
Ariftoncus. Written by the archbiftiop of Cambray. 
Tranflated by I. Littlebury and A. Boyer. Twelfth 
edition. 2 vols. London, 1728. 

217 A tale of a tub; with an account of a battle between the 
ancient and modern books in St. James's library. By 
Dsan Swift. Eighth edition. London, 1733. 

S s 



322 Works of Fiction, Wit and Humor. Duodecimo, 

233 Chryfal; or the adventures of a Guinea. By an Adept. 
4 vols. London, 1775. 

239 Philofophical vifions; by the author of the Jewifli letters. 
London, 1757. 

250 The reverie; or a flight to the paradife of fools. By the 
editor of " The adventures of a Guinea." 2 vols. 
London, 1763. 

296 The political hiftory of the Devil; containing, his ori- 
ginal, the ft ate of his circumstances, his public and 
private conduct, &c. Fifth edition. London, 1 754. 

299 The comical works of M. Scarron; containing his ro- 
mance of a company of ftage-players; and his novels, 
hiftories, felect letters, characters, &c. Translated by 
Mr. Brown and others. Seventh edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1759. 

3 1 8 Truth in a mafk. By Philip Skelton. London, 1 744. 

J 324 See page 68, (Civil Hiftory.) 
And page 1 50, (Mythology.) 

325 The adventures of Telemachus, the fon of Ulyfles. Writ- 
ten by the archbifhop of Cambray. A new tranflation, 
revifed by M. Des Maizeux. 2 vols. London, 1 742. 

365 The adventures of David Simple; containing an account 
of his travels through the cities of London and Weft- 
minfter, in fearch of a real friend. By a lady. 5 vols. 
London, 1744. 

372 Fontenelle's dialogues of the dead. Tranflated from the 
French, by John Hughes. To which are added, two 
original dialogues. Third edition. Dublin, 1735. 

431 Yorick's fentimental journey through France and Italy. 
4 vols. London, 1768. 

467 1 The hiftory of Raflelas, prince of Abiflinia, a tale. By 
& > Doctor Samuel Johnfon. Sixth edition. London, 
483 J 1783. 2 vols. London, 1760. 

482 Longfword, earl of Salisbury, an hitlorical romance. 2 
vols. London, 1762. 

534 A trip to the moon; containing an account of the ifland 
Noibla; its inhabitants, religious and political cuftoms, 
&c. By Sir Humphrey Lunatic. 2 vols. London, 
1765. 

572 The adventures of Roderick Random. 2 vols. 1772. 

617 The life and adventures of Common Senfe. Second edi- 
tion. 2 vols. London, 1771. 

*3 # 



Works of Fiftion, Wit and Humor. Duodecimo. 323 

6$o Lexiphanes, a dialogue ; imitated from Lucian, and fuit- 
ed to the prefent times. Second edition. London, 
1767. 

638 Juliet Grenville; or the hiftory of the human heart. By 
Mr. Brooke. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1774. 

647 Lettres d'une Peruvienne. A Amfterdam, 1764. 

648 Lettres Perfanes. A Cologne, 1744. 

649 Le Roman efpagnol. Par Montemayor. A Paris, 1735. 

657 Lettres d'Emerance a Lucie. II. toms. Londres, 1765. 
Gift of Francis Dayman* 

696 Keate's (ketches from nature. Third edition. 2 vols. 
London, 1782. 

705 Marmontel's Incas; or the deftruction of Peru. 2 vols. 
London, 1777. 

713 A father's inftructions ; confifting of moral tales, fables, 
and reflections. Fifth edition. Warrington, 1781. 

722 The hiftory of Sandford and Merton. Second edition. 
Vol. 1. London, 1784. 

* 730—2 Modern characters for 1778, by Shakefpear. Second 
edition. London, 1778. 

731 The children's friend. Tranilated from the French of 
M. Berquin. 6 volumes in one. London, 1783. 

746 Eugenius; or anecdotes of the golden vale. 2 vols. 

London, 1785. 

747 Pamela; or virtue rewarded. In a feries of letters. By 

Samuel Richardfon. Twelfth edition. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1785. 

749 Clariffa; or the hiftory of a young lady; comprehending 

the moft important concerns of private life. By Sa- 
muel Richardfon. 8 vols. London, 1785. 

750 The hiftory of Sir Charles Grandifon. In a feries of let- 

ters. By Samuel Richardfon. Seventh edition. 7 
vols. London, 1781. 

751 Tales of the cattle; or ftories of inftruclion and delight. 

Written in French, by Madame de Genlis. Tranilated 
into Englifh, by Thomas Holcroft. Second edition. 
5 vols. London, 1785. 

75* 



32*4 Works of Fifiion, Wit and Humor. - Duodecimo. 

>jf$ A philofophical, hiitorical and moral eflay on old maids. 
By a friend to the fifterhood. Second edition. 3 vols, 
London, 1786. 

774 The praife of folly. Translated from. the Latin of Eraf- 
mus, by W." Kennet; with cuts, by Hans Holbeine. 
To whi .h a: e prefixed, the author's epiftle to Sir Thomas 
More, and the life of the author, by Thomas Brown. 
Eighth edition. London. 

781 The forrows of Werter, a, German fiory. London, 1786. 

* 789 — 7 A fermon on Michael Morin. 1718. 

* 792 — 4 The Wilkiad, a tale. Edinburgh* 1763. 

* 798 — 1 The hiftory of the feven wife mailers of Rome; with 

cuts. Sixtieth edition. Dublin, 1757. 

* 806— 1 Le Coufin de Mahomet. I. torn. Conftantinople. 

822 Le chef d'ceuvre d'un inconnu. A la Haye, 1714. 

863 Moral and inftructive tales for the improvement of young 
ladies. London. 

872 Julia de Roubigne, a fentimental novel. Third edition. 
2 vols. Philadelphia, 1782. Gift of Zachariah PouIfon t 
junr* 

* 374_3 Advice to the officers of die Britifli army. New 

York, 1783. Gift of Zachariah Paul/on, junr, 

931 L. Defiderii Erafmi Roterodami Colloquia. Lugduni 
Batavorum, 1636. 

966 L. Petronii Arbitri Satyricon. Amfterodami, 1626. 

968 L. iEfopi et aliorum fabulse. (No tide page.) 

10 15 Eloifa; or a feries of original letters, collected and pub- 
lifhed by J. J. Rouffeau. Tranflated from the French. 
A new edition; to which is added, " The fequel of Ju- 
lia i or the New Eluua." 4 vols. London, 1784. 



HL The 



The Fine Arts. Folio. 325 



III. The Fine Arts. 

/ 

FOLIO. 

** 9 7 A C0LLECTI0N ° f P r ' nts - Defigned, engravea 
& > jLjl and publiihed by William Hogarth. London, 
1 30 J 17^4- 

288 Kirby's perfpeclive plates. (For explanation fee N 0t 243 
quarto, below.) 

$ 292 See page 149, (Mythology.) 

306 Keroicse virtutis imagines ; quas eques Petrus Berrettinus 
Cortonenfis pinxit Florentine in aedibus SerenifT. Magni 
ducis Hetrurise in tribus cameris Jovis, Martis, et Ve- 
neris. Cura, et fumptibus Joannis Jacobi de Rubeis. 
Rorns, 1 69 1. 



QUARTO. 

94 The practice of perfpe&ive ; or an eafy method of repre- 
fenting natural objects according to the rules of art; 
with plates. Written in French, by a Jefuit at Paris, 
and tranflated into Englifh, by E. Chambers. Third 
edition. London, T749. 

* 160 — 4I The analyfis of beauty; with plates. Written with 

& > a view of fixing the fluctuating ideas of tafte. By 

* 208 — 3 J William Hogarth. London, 1753. 

f 209 See page 24, (Civil HIJlory.) 

243 Doctor Brook Taylor's method of perfpective made eafy; 
both in theory and practice. By Jofhua Kirby. Third 
edition. London, 1765. (For the volume cf plates fee 
N°* 288, folio, above.) 

•f* 251 See page 25, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

•(•252 See page 25, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

* 294 — I 



j?. 6 5T&? ifo* -^r/j. Quarto. 

* 294 — 1 Difcourfes on painting, delivered to the ftudents of 

the Royal Academy, on the diftribution of the 
prizes, December 10, 1771. By the Prefident 
thereof. London, 1772. 

341 A general hiftory of mufic, from the earlieft ages to the 
prefent period; with plates. To which is prefixed, a 
diflertation on the mufic of the ancients. By Charles 
Burney. 2 vols. London, 1776. 

* 375 — 2 A difcourfe on painting, delivered to the ftudents of 

the Royal Academy, on the diftribution of the 
prizes, December 10, 1782. By the prefident 
thereof. London, 1783. 

489 La danfe des morts comme elle eft depiente dans la ville 
de Bafle. Franc, et Alleman. Avec des figures,* 
A Bafle, 1744. 



OCTAVO. 

f 196 See page 287, (Arts and ManufaBures.) 

f 245 See page 37, (Civil Hiftory.} 

378 A treatife of mufic, fpeculative, practical and hiftorical. 
By Alexander Malcolm. London, 1730. 

f 756 See page 48, (Civil Hiftory.) 

990 Harmonics; or the philofophy of mufical founds. By 
Robert Smith. 1759. 

1043 Reflections on the painting and fculpture of the Greeks; 
with inftru&ions for the connoifTeur, and an efTay on 
grace in works of art. Tranflated from the German of 
the abbe Winkleman, by Henry FufTeli. London, 
1765. 

1080 Prieftley's introduction to the theory and practice of per- 
fpective. London, 1770. 

* 1 1 49 — 3 Taylor's linear perfpective; or a method of reprefent- 
ing juftly all objects; with plates. London, 1715* 

12 1 7 Seven difcourfes, delivered to the ftudents of the Royal 
Academy, on the diftribution of the prizes. By Sir 
Jofliua Reynolds, prefident. London, 1778. 

* 1347—5 



The Fine Arts. O&avo. 327 



• 



1 ^&P \ ^ n introduction to vocal mufic. By Granville Sharp. 
f Second edition. London, 1777. Gift of the author. 

* 1578 — 1 Ames's catalogue of Englifli heads; or an account of 
about two thoufand prints, defcribing what is pe- 
culiar to each. London, 1748. 



DUODECIMO. 

31 An enquiry into the beauties of painting; and into the 
merits of the mod celebrated painters, ancient and mo- 
dern. By Daniel Webb. London, 1760. 

429 An eflay on painting. Written in Italian, by count Al- 
garotti. London, 1764. 

* 801 — 1 The art of drawing and painting in water colours; 
with plates. London, 1763. 

— 2 The art of drawing in perfpective. Third edition. Lon- 
don, 1769. 

— 4 A collection and explanation of the feveral marks and 
cyphers by which the beft engravers are diftinguifh- 
ed; with an index of their names, places of abode, 
and times in which they lived. London, 1730. 

•f 805 — 1 Le Brun fur l'expreffion des paffions en peinture. A 
Amfterdam, 1 713. 



MifcellarJes* 



32$ Mi/tellanie$. Folio* 



Mifcellanks* 



FOLIO, 

f inp* HE Pennfylvania chronicle, and univerfal advertiftr, 
X from January 26, 1767, to January 25, 1768. By 
William Goddard. Philadelphia. 

8 The gentleman and cabinet-maker's director; being a 
large collection of defigns of houfehold furniture; T« 
which is prefixed, a fhort explanation of the five orders 
of architecture; and directions for executing the moft 
difficult pieces ; wiih plates. By Thomas Chippendale. 
Third edition. London, 1762. 

27 The univerfal dictionary of arts and fciences; with plates. 
By Mr. Chambers. Second edition. 4 vols. London> 
• 1738 and 1753. 

4.6 Joannis Seldeni opera omnia, tarn edita quam inedita. 
Vitam auctoris, prafationes et indices adjecit David 
Wilkins. (The works of John Sslden, in Latin and En- 
glifi.) 6 vols. London, 1726. 

61 The hiflorical, geographical, genealogical and poetical 
dictionary; being remarks and enquiries for the iiluftra- 
tion of difficulties in theology, hiitory, chronology and 
geography. Second edition; corrected and enlarged, to 
the year 1688. 2 volumes in one. London, 1701. 

96 Refolves; divine, moral and political; with additions, in 

profe and verfe. By Owen Felltham. London, 1696. 

97 The triumphs of God's revenge againft the fin of murther; 

with his miraculous difcoveries and fevere puniftiment* 
thereof. By John Reynolds. Fourth edition. London, 
1663. 

141 Penmanfhip in its utmofl; extent. Collected and engraved 
by George Bickham. London, 1731. 

168 The works, of Sir William Temple. To which is pre- 
fixed, fome account of the life, and writings of the author. 
2 vols. London, 1731. 

171 



Mifcellanies, Folio . '329 

177 The univerfal inftru&or in all arts and fciences; and the 

Pennfylvania gazette ; from December 24, 1728, to the 
prefent time. By Samuel Keimer, Franklin and Me- 
redith, Benjamin Franklin, Franklin and Hall, and 
Hall and Sellers. 20 vols, Philadelphia. The Jirjl 
Jive volumes the gift of Mr. Hophivfon. 

178 The Pennfylvania journal; or weekly advertifer, from 

January 5, 1747-8, to the prefent time. By William 
and Thomas Bradford. 16 vols. Philadelphia. The 
Jirjl Jix volumes the gift of the heirs of Evan Morgan. 

179 The American weekly mercury, from December 22, 1719, 

to January 1, 1746. By Andrew Bradford, William 
Bradford, Ifaiah Warner and Cornelia Bradford. 6 
vols. Philadelphia. Gift of Mr. Hopkinfon. 

202 A collection of the hiflorical, political and mifcellaneous 
works of John Milton ; with an account of the life and 
writings of the author. 2 vols. London, 1738. 

2481 Natural magic; wherein is fet forth the wonderful ap- 
& >• pearances which may be caufed by art. London, 1658. 
325 J N ' 248 the gift of Philip Syng. 

259 The works cf Robert Boyle. To which is prefixed, the 
life of the author. 5 vols. London, 1744. 

305 John Seddon's penmanfhip. London, 1695. 

313 A treatife on the arts and fciences. (Title page lojl.) 

315 See page 260, ( Anatomy y Medicine and Chemiftry.) 

319 Pleafure and profit, confiding of recreations of divers 
kinds, viz. numerical, geometrical, mechanical, ftatical, 
aftronomical, horometrical, cryptographical, magneti- 
cal, automatical, chymical and hiflorical. By William 
Leybourn. To which is added, a treatife of algebra. 
By R. Sault. London, 1694. 

324. The feerets of art and nature. By John Wecker and doc- 
tor R. Read. London, 1660. 

344 The freeman's journal; or the North American intelligen- 
cer, from April 25, 1781, to the prefent time. By 
Francis Bailey. 2 vols. Philadelphia. 

345 — 1 "1 The Pennfylvania ledger; or the weekly advertifer, 

& > from October 10, 1777, to May 23, 1778, inclu- 

394 J five. By James Humphreys, junr. Philadelphia. 

— 2 The Royal Pennfylvania gazette, from March 3, to 
May 26, 1778. By James Robertfon. Philadelphia. 

34* 

T t 



330 Mifcellanies. Folio. 

346 The independant gazetteer; or the chronicle of Freedom, 
from April 13, 1782, to October 7, 1786. By Eleazer 
Oiwald. 2 vols'. Philadelphia. 

365 A report and furvey of the canal, propofed to be made on 
one level, from Waltham- abbey to Moorfields; alfo, a 
report and furvey of a line from Marybone to the faid 
canal. By Robert Whitworth. To which is added, 
an addrefs to the corporation of London, on the impor- 
tance of canals. By James Sharp. London, 1773. 

370 The Pennfylvania ledger; or the weekly advertifer, from 

January 28, 1775, to May 23, 1778, inclufive. By 
James Humphreys, junr. Philadelphia. 

371 The Dublin gazette, for the years 175c, 1751, 1752, 

!753> i754> l lSS'-> J 75 8 > J 759> 1760, 1761; 1766, 
- 1767, and 1768. By Richard James and John Butler. 
7 vols. Dublin. 

373 Cyclopaedia; or an univerfal dictionary of a?ts and fciences; 
with plates. By E. Chambers. With the fuppiement, 
and modern improvements, incorporated in one alpha- 
bet. By Abraham Rees. 5 vols. London, 1786. 

384 The Pennfylvania packet; or the general advertifer, horn 
f October 25, 1773, to -the prefent time. By John Dun- 
lap and David C. Claypoole. 9 vols. Philadelphia. 

385 The Pennfylvania mercury and univerfal advertifer, from 

Auguft 20, 1784, to December 28, 1787, inclufive. 
By Daniel Humphreys. Philadelphia. 

386 The royal gazette, from January 2, 1782, to November 

29, 1783, inclufive. -By James Rivington. New York. 

387 Rivington's New York gazetteer; or the Connecticut, 

New Jerfey, Hudfon's-river, and Quebec weekly ad- 
vertifer, from April 22, 1773, t0 November 23, 1775* 
inclufive. New York. 

388 The royal gazette, from January 3, 1778, to November 

5, 1783. By James Rivington. New York. (Not 
complete. J 

389 The New York gazette, and the weekly mercury, from 

February 19, 1770, to January 6, 1777. By Hugh 
- Gaine. New York. (Not complete.) 

290 The New York gazette; or the weekly poft-boy, from 
February 19, 1770, to September 6, 1779- By James 
Parker, Samuel Inflee, Anthony Carr, and John Holt. 
• New York. ( Not complete . ) 

S9 l 






Mifcellanles, Folio. 331 

591 The New York gazette; or the weekly poft-boy, from 
October 28, 1745, to March 26, 1772. By James 
Parker, W. Weyman, Samuel Parker, and John Holt. 
3 vols. New York. 

392 The New York gazette; or the weekly poft-boy, for the 

years 1758, 1759, 17 6 °> J 7 6l » I 7<52, 1763; 1767, 
1768, and 1769. By J. Parker, W. Weyman, Samuel 
Parker, and John Holt. 3 vols. New York. 

393 The New York mercury, from Auguft 31, 1752, to July 

6, 1767. By Hugh Gaine. New York. (Not complete!) 

* 407 — 21 L'art D'Ecrire par Alais. A Paris, 1698. 

* 4 12 — 3 A collection of papers concerning the difpute between 

the French confiftory in the city of New York, and 
Lewis Rou, paftor of the French Proteftant Re- 
formed church. New York, 1725. 

— 4 The proceedings of Rip Van Dam, Efquire, for ob- 
taining equal juftice of his excellency William Crof- 
by, Efquire. New York, 1733. 

— 6 The report of the committee of his majefty's council, 
appointed to make enquiry, touching a letter found 
in the houfe of Mr, Alexander, in New York, Fe- 
bruary 1, 1733-4. With other papers relating to 
the faid letter. New York, 1734. 

—9 The charters of the college of New York, in America. 
New York, 1754 and 1755. With, a vindication of 
the truftees of the faid college. 

419 The weekly oracle; or univerfal library, for the year 
1735. By R. Reilly. Dublin. Gift of Zachariah Pou!fon, 
junr. 

f 424 Z. See page 236, (Metaphyfcs.) 

f 428 Z. Seepage 18, (Civil Hi/lory. J 

434 Z. Claudii Salmafii Plinianse exercitationes in Caji Julii So- 
lini Polyhiitora. Item Caji Juli Solini Polyhiitor ex 
veteribus libris emendatus. AccefTerunt huic editioni 
de Homonymis Hyles Iatricas exercitationes antehac 
ineditse, nee non de manna et faccharo. II torn. 
Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1689. 

445 L. Seepage 150, (Ethics; or the Moral Syflenn) 

446 L. Seepage 19, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

453 Z. Adagia id eft proverbiorum paroemiarum et parobola^ 
rum collectio. Francofurti, 1656. 

464 z» 



332 Mifcellanies. Folio. 

464 L* Alexandri ab Alexandre) Iurifperiti Neapolitan! Geni- 
alium dierum libri fex. Francofurti, 1594. 

470 L. Julii Pollucis vocabularium. Venetiis, 1502. 

479 L. Johannis Henrici Alftedi encyclopaedia. Herbornae 
Nafloviorum, 1632. 

484 L. Rhodigini lectionum antiquarum libri triginta. Ge- 
ne vae, 1620. 

489 L. Athenaei Deipnofophiftarum libri XV. Grace et La- 

tine, cum Ifaaci Cafauboni auclionibus et receniiio- 
nibus. A. D. 1597. 

490 L. Photii Myriobiblon five bibliotheca librorurri quos Pho- 

tius patriarcha Conftantinopolitanus legit et cen- 
fuit. Grace et Latine. Ab Andreo Schottem 
tranflatum. Genevae, 161 2. 

498 L. Xenophontis imperatoris et philofophi ommia quas ex- 
tant opera. Grace et Latine. Joanne Lewenklaio 
interprete. Bafiliae, 1669. 

503 Z. Johannis Staebai fententias ex thefauris Gracorum de- 
lectae. Aureliae Allobrogum, 1609.. 

569 L. The pofthumous works of Doctor Hoole; containing 
his Cutlerian lectures, and other difcourfes, read 
before the Royal Society; with plates. London, 

• I7°5- 
515 Der wochentliche Pennfylvanifche flaatfbothe, von das 
jahr 1763, zu das jahr 1779. Bey Henrich Miller. 4 
volumen. Philadelphia. Gift of the editor, 

517 The Pennfylvania evening herald; and the American mo- 
nitor, from January 25, 1785, to February 14, 1788. 
By Mathew Carey and Co. Philadelphia. 



QJJ A R T O. 



Mifcellanies. Quarto. 333 



QJJ ARTO. 

f 7 See page 1 14, (Theology.) 

f 18 Seepage 114, (Theology.) 

2 1 A review of the works of the Royal Society of London. 
By John Hill. London, 1751. 

38 A fynopfis, or general view of the works of Plato. By 
Floyer Sydenham. London, 1759. 

t 57 $ ee P-ge 177, (General and local Politics.) 

59 The hiftory of the Royal Society of London, from its 
firft rife ; containing, the mod confiderable of thofe pa- 
pers, communicated to the fociety, which have not been 
publifhed. By Thomas Birch. 4 vols. London, 1756. 

f 120 See page 23, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

123 The Harleian mifcellany; or a collection of fcarce pam- 
phlets and tracts, as well in manufcript as in print, 
found in the library of the late earl of Oxford. 8 vols. 
London, 1 744. 

145 The mifcellaneous works of Conyers Middleton; contain- 

ing all his writings, except the life of Cicero. 4 vols. 
London, 1752. 

146 The philofophical works of Francis Bacon. Methodized 

and made Englifh from the originals; with notes, by 
Peter Shaw. 3 vols. London, 1733. 

147 The philofophical works of Robert Boyle; abridged and 

methodized unaer the heads of phyfic, ftatics, pneuma- 
tics, natural hiftory, chemiftry, and medicine; with 
notes, by Peter Shaw. Second edition. 3 vols. Lon- 
don, 1738. 

* 159 — 2 A brief hiftory of the rife and progrefs of the chari- 
table fcheme, carrying on by a fociety of gentlemen 
in London, for the relief and inftruction of poor 
Germans, fettled in the Britifh colonies in North 
America. Philadelphia, 1755. 

161 The philofophical tranfaclions of the P.oyal Society of 
London, from the year 1638, to the prefent time; 
with plates. Abridged and difpofed by John Lowthorp, 
Henry Jones and others. 56 vols. London. 

167 The works of Francis Bacon. 5 vols. London, 1765. 
Gift of Stephen Boardley, 

170 



^4 Mifcellanies. Quarto. 

170 Hieronymi Mercurialis de arte Gymnaftica libr! fex._ Am- 
ftelodami, 1762. 

1 881 Caribbeana; containing letters and differtations, with 
& > poetical eftays on various fubjects. Written in the 
2 1 4. J Weft Indies, by jfeveral hands. 2 vols. London, 
1741. 

192 The hiftory of the Royal Society of London. By Tho- 
mas Sprat. London, 1667. 

198 Natural and political obfervations on the bills of mortality. 
By John Graunt. London, 1662. 

109 Regis Scientiarum Academias hiftoria. Autore Joanne 
Baptifta du Hamel. Lipils, 1 700. Gift of John Leech* 

211 The foundation of an American library; being a cata- 
logue of feveral books, papers and writings, given to 
the Society for the propagation of the gofpel in foreign 
parts. London, 1 71 3. 

t 217I 

& Y See page 291, (Experimental and natural Philofophy.) 

f 3 22 J 

221 The tranfactions of the American Philofophical Society, 
held at Philadelphia, for promoting ufeful knowledge; 
from January I, 1769, to January 1, 1786; with plates. 
2 vols. Philadelphia, 1771 and 1786. The Jirjl volume 
the gift of the fociety. 

265 Encyclopedia Britannica; or a dictionary of arts and 
fciences, compiled upon a new plan; with plates. By 
a fociety of gentlemen in Scotland. 3 vols. London, 

1773- 

269 1 Pfeudoxia epidemica; or enquiries into many tenets 

& > and commonly received truths. To which "are 

* 471 — I J added, religio medici; a difcourfe of fepulchral 

urnes lately found in Norfolk; and the garden of 

Cyrus. By Thomas Brown. London, 1659. 

278 The hiftory and art of horfemanfhip ; with plates. By 
Richard Berenger. 2 vols. London, 1771. 

291 Sketches of the hiftory of man. By lord Kaims. 2 vols. 

Edinburgh, 1774. 

292 The letters of lady Rachel Rufiel, from the manufcript at 

Woburn abbey; with an introduction vindicating the 
character of lord RufTel, againft Sir John Dalrymple. 
London, 1 773. 

300 The works of George Lord Lyttleton. Published by 
George Edward Ayfcough. London, 1774. 

308 



- Mifcellanies. Quarto. 335 

308 Weekly memorials for the ingenious; or an account of 
books lately fet forth in feveral languages; with other 
accounts relating to arts and fciences. London, 1683. 

* 310—2 A letter to Doctor Charles Goodall; occafioned by 

his letter to Doctor Leigh; with an anfwer to a 
paper, entitled, " A reply to Mr. Richard Boulton, 
written by Charles Leigh." By Richard Boulton. 
London, 1699. 

317 Henrie Cornelius Agrippa, of the vanitie and vncertaintie 
of arts and fciences. London, 1575. 

* $18 — 7 Mifcellaneous letters, giving an account of the works 

of the learned, for December, 1695. London. 

321 Political, mifcellaneous and philofophical pieces. By Doc- 
tor Benjamin Franklin. London, 1779. 

* 324I Obfervations made during a voyage round the world, on 
& > phyfical geography, natural hiitory and ethic philofo- 
345 J phy. By John Reinhold Fofter. London, 1778. 

328 Chefterfield's mifcellaneous works. With memoirs of 
his life, by M. Maty. 2 vols. London, 1778. 

379 Differtations, moral and critical. By James Beaitie. Lon- 
don, 1783. 

396 The works of Andrew Marvell, with the life of the au- 
thor, by Edward Thompibn. 3 vols. London, 1776. 

435 Effai fur la phyfiognomy par Jean Gafpard Lavater. Deux 
v toms. A la Haye. 

•f- 446 See page 27, (Civil Hi/lory. J 

\ 447 See page 27, (Civil Hiflory.) 

448 Encyclopaedia Britannica; or a dictionary of arts, fciences, 
&c. with a defcription and general hiftory of the 
known world, and an account of the lives of the moll 
eminent perfons in every age and nation; with plates. 
Second edition. 10 vols. Edinburgh, 1778. 

450 The Pennfylvania evening poft, for the years 1775, I 77^> 
1777, 1778, and 1779. By Benjamin Towne. 5 vols. 
Philadelphia. 

* 456 3 A narrative of two aerial voyages of Doctor Jeffries 

with Moniieur Blanchard; with meteorological ob- 
fervations and remarks. By Doctor Jeffries. Lon- 
don, 1786. 

* 460—6 



336 Mifcellanies. Quarto. 

* 460 — 6 An oration, to commemorate the independence of the 

United States of America. Delivered at Philadel- 
phia, July 4, 1786. By major William jackfon. 
Philadelphia, 1786. 

♦462 —6 An oration, delivered in Bofton, March 5, 1770. 
By Benjamin Hichborn. Bofton, 1777. 

— 10 Some account of the Pennfylvania hofpital; from its 
fir ft rife, to May, 1761; with a liit of the contri- 
butors. Philadelphia, 1754 and 1761. 

—1 1 Geographical, hiftorical, political, philofophical and 
mechanical eflays. By Lewis Evans. Philadelphia, 
1756. 

— -13 A narrative of facts, relating to the difputed will of 
Samuel Flower, Efquiie. By Doctor John Kearf- 
ley, junr. Philadelphia, 1770. 

* 463 — 1 An oration, delivered January 22, 1773, before the 

American Philofophical Society, held at Philadel- 
phia. By William Smith. Philadelphia, 1773. 

— 3 An oration, delivered March 16, 1780, before the 
American Philofophical Society, held at Philadel- 
phia. By Timothy Matlack. Philadelphia, 1780. 

— 4 An oration, delivered the fecond of March, 1781, at 
the requeft of the American Philofophical Society. 
By Owen Biddle. Philadelphia, 1781. 

. — 5 Obfervations on marriages, baptifms and burials, as 
preferved in Parochial regifters; with divers remarks 
concerning proper methods to preferve a remem- 
brance of the feveral branches of families. By 
Ralph Bigland. London, 1764. 

— 10 Memoire apologetique du chevalier de la Motte, con- 
tre M. le compte d'Eftaing. Charleftown, 1765. 
(French and Engli/h.J 

* 464 — -6 A foliloquy. Printed in the year 1770. 

— 7 An oration, delivered at Bofton, April 8, 1776, on 
the re-interment of Jofeph Warren, Efquire. By 
Perez Morton. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 8 An oration on the advantages of American indepen- 
dence; fpoken at Charleftown, on the fecond anni- 
verfary of that ssra. By David Ramfay. Charlef- 
town, 1778. 

1 — 9 An eulogium of the brave men who have fallen in the 
conteft with Great Britain; delivered July 5, 1779* 
By Hugh M. Brackenridge. Philadelphia. 

* 465—4 



Mifcellanies. Quarter. %^y 

g * 465 — 4 A copy of the poll-lift, of the election for -reprefenfca- 
tives for the city and county of New York. 1769. 

473- The myfteries of nature and art; with cuts. By John 
Bate. Second edition. London, 1635. 

476 Mifcellaneous tracts, eflays, fatyrs, &c. in profe andverfe. 
By Edmund Hickeringill. London, 1707. 

47'7 Mifcellaneous letters, giving an account of the works of 
the learned, both at home and abroad; for the years 
1694, 169^ and 1696. London, 1694, &c. 

. * 478 — i A publication of Guiana's plantation, undertaken by 
the earl of Barkfhire. London, 1632. 

481 Three books of occult philofophy. Written by Henry 
Cornelius Agrippa. Tranflated from the Latin, by J. F. 
London, 1651. 

* 504 — 5 A prophecy concerning wars and political events, 
efpecially the king of Pruffia. Philadelphia, 1760. 
Gift of Zachariab Poulfon, junr. 

— ~ 6 Lexers; being the whole of the correfpondence be- 
tween the honorable John Jay and Lewis Littlepage. 
New York, 1786. 

—7 An anfwer to a pamphlet, containing the correfpond- 
ence between the honorable John Jay and Lewis 
Littlepage. Philadelphia. 

508 The independant gazetteer; or the chronicle of freedom; 
from October 7, 1786, to the prefent time. By Eleazer 
Ofwald. 5 vols. Philadelphia. 

\ f 510 L. Seepage 169, (Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm.) 

f 511 L. See page 169, (Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm.) 

f 512 L. See page 169, (Logic, Rhetoric and Criticifm. J 

5 14 L. Dionyfii Alex, et Pomponii Melae fitus orbis defcriptio; 
iEthici cofmographia. C. T. Solini Polyiftor. Cum 
annotationibus Henrici Stephani et aliorum. Excu- 
fum anno 1577. 

522 L. Gerardi j ohannis Voflii de quatuor artibus popularibu^j 
de philologia, et fcientiis mathematicis, cui operi 
fubjungitur chronologia mathematicorum, libri 
tres. Amftekedami, 1660. 

•J* 547 L. See page 292, (Experimental and natural Philofophy.) 

555 L* Regias fcientiarum academias hiftoria, autore I. B. Du 
Hamel. Lipfiae, 1700. 

U u 



338 Mifcellanies. Quarto. 

56$ The Pennfylvania mercury, and univerfal advertifer; for 
the year 1788. By Daniel Humphreys. Philadelphia. 

564 The Pennfylvania chronicle, and univerfal advertifer; 

from January 1, 1768, to January 1, 1770. By Wil- 
liam Goddard. Philadelphia. 

565 An explanation of the map of the city and liberties of 

Philadelphia. By John Read. Philadelphia, 1774. 

568 The tranfa&ions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh; 
with plates. Vol. i. Edinburgh, 1788. 

571 Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences ; 
to the end of the year 1783; with plates. Vol. 1. 
Bofton, 1785. 



OCTAVO. 

4 The works of Catharine Cockbum, theological, moral, 
dramatic and poetical. With an account of the life of 
the author, by Thomas Birch. 2 vols. London, 175 1. 

14! Hiftoria litteraria; or an account of the moft valuable 
& > books, publimed in the feveral parts of Europe. 3 
1 94 J vols. London, 1730, &c. 

20 The political regifter and London mufeum; from May, 
1767, to December 18, 1772; with plates. 11 vols. 
London, 1767, &c. 

f 22 See page 304, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

\ 29 See page 304, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

30 A dictionary of arts and fciences ; comprehending all tha 

branches of ufeful knowledge ; with plates. By a focie- 
ty of gentlemen. Publifhed for W. Owen. Second 
edition. London, 1763. 

31 Letters written by the late Jonathan Swift, and feveral of 

his friends; from the year 1703, to 1740. Publiflied 
from the originals, with notes, by John Kawkefworth. 
3 vols. London, 1766. 

54 Hibernia Curiofa; being a letter from a gentleman in 
Dublin, to his friend in Kent ; giving a general view of 
the manners, cuftoms, difpofitions, &c. of ; the inhabi- 
tants of Ireland; with obfervations on the ftate of trade 
and agriculture in that kingdom. London. 



Mifcellanies. Octavo. 339 

72 Catalogus bibliothecae Harleianae. II. torn. Londini, 

1743- 
74"J The London magazine; or gentleman's monthly intelli- 
8c > gencer; from the year 1732, to the year 1778, inclu- 
545 j live; with plates. 47 vols. London. 

75 A general index to the firft twenty-feven volumes of the 
London magazine. London, 1760. 

X02") The gentleman's magazine; or monthly intelligencer; 
& > from the year 1732, to the year 1788, inclufive; with 
544 J plates. By Sylvanus Urban. 61 vols. London. 

134 A collection of mifcellany-letters, felected out of " Mill's 
weekly journal." 2 vols. London, 1722. 

139 An account of feveral work-houfes, for employing and 
maintaining the poor. Second edition. London, 1732. 

144 An univerfal, hiftorical, geographical, chronological, and 
poetical dictionary; containing likewife the lives of pa- 
triarchs, prophets, apoftles, primitive fathers, empe- 
rors, kings, &c. 2 vols. London, 1703. 

148 The prefent ftate of Great Britain and Ireland. Eighth 
edition. London, 1738. 

f 156 Seepage 120, (Theology.) 

160 The philosophical hutory and memoirs of the Royal Aca- 
demy of Sciences at Paris; from the year 1699, to 
1720; with plates. Tranflated into Engliih, by John 
Martyn and Ephraim Chambers. 6 vols. London, 
1742. 

172 The works of Sir William Temple. To which is prefixed, 
an account of the life and character of the author. 4 
vols. London, 1757. 

183 Mufeum Rufticum et Commerciale; or felect papers on 
agriculture, commerce, arts, and manufactures. Re- 
viled and digefted by feveral members of the Society 
for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and 
Commerce; with plates. 6 vols. London, 1764, &c. 

188 The letters of Thomas Fitzofborne, on feveral fubjects. 
Sixth edition. London, 1763. 

195 The hiftory and reality of apparitions. (Title page loft* J 

197 A collection of mifcellanies; confiding of poems, enays, 
difcourfes, and letters. Written by John Norris. Third 
edition. London, 1699. 

201 



240 Mifcellanies. Octavo. 



201 The effays, ecclefiaftical and civil, of Sir Bulftrode Whit- 
locke. To which is added, a treatife of the work of 
the feffions of the peace. London, 1 706. 

222 Vertot's mifcellanies. Tranflated from the original French, 
by John Henley. London, 1723. 

226 Iewes in America; or probabilities that the Americans 
are of that race. By Thomas Thorovvgood. London, 
1650. 

240 Athenian fport; or two thoufand paradoxes argued to 
amufe the age. By a member of the Athenian fociety. 
London, 1707. Gift of Samuel Coates. 

247 Letters of wit, gallantry, politics, and morality. Writ- 

ten by cardinal Bcntivoglio, Don Guevara, St. Jerome 
and others. Tranllated from the originals into Englilh, 

by H H , Thomas Cheek, Mr. Savage, Mr. 

Boyer, &c. London, 1701. Gift of John Sober. 

248 Catalogus univerfalis librorum in omni facultate linguaqnc 

infignium et rariffimorum. II. torn. Londini, 1699. 
Gift of Hugh Jones. 

256 The mottos of the Wanderers; in Latin and Englifli; fe- 
veral of which are paraphrafed in heroic verfe. Lon- 
don, 1 7 18. 

259 A difcovrfe and difcovery of Nevv-fovnd-land; with many 
reafons to proue how beneficiall a plantation may there 
be made after a far better manner than now it is. Writ- 
ten by captaine Richard Whitbourne. To which are 
added, certaine letters from that countrey. London, 
1622. 

* 261 — 2 Virginia's difcovery of filk-wormes ; the implanting 
mulberry trees, &c. London, 1650. 

—7 Virginia richly and truly valued; relating the meanes 
of rayfmg infinite profits to the adventurers and 
planters. London, 1650. 

273 The mifcellanies of the late marquis of Halifax. Lon- 
don, 1704. 

£276 See page 108, (Geography and Topography.) 
And page 218, (Trade and Commerce^ Sec. J 

292 Dodfiey's annual regifter; or a view of hi (lory, politics., and 
literature; from the year 1758, to the year 1783. 31 
vols. London. 

295 Letters on the Englifh nation. Tranflated from the ori- 
ginal Italian of Angeloni Baptifta. Second edition. 
2 vols. London, 1756. 

298 



Mifcellanies. O&avo. 341 

298 The monitor; or Britifli freeholder; from Auguft 9, 
1755, to July 14, 1759. Third edition. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1760. 

302 Memoirs of the Royal Society; or a new abridgment of 
the philolbphical tranfactions ; from the year 1665, to 
1740. By Mr. Baddam. Second edition. 10 vols. 
London, 1745. 

310 The mifcellaneous works of John Grea\ T es. To which 
is prefixed, an account of the life and writings of the 
author. Publifhed by Thomas Birch. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1737. 

325 Letters to a young nobleman. London, 1762. 

336 A collection of feveral pieces of John Locke; with plates. 
Publiihed by the author of the life of John Hales. 
London, 1720. 

348 The Athenian oracle; being a collection of all the valua- 
ble questions and anfwers in the old Athenian mercuries. 
By a member of the Athenian fociety. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1728. 

The letters of Hibernicus; or a philofophical mifcellany; 
containing, original efiays and poems on various fub- 
jecls; with tranflations. Written by feveral hands in 
Dublin. 2 vols. London, 1734. 

370 Letters on the Englifh and French nations. By Monfieur 
Le Blanc. 2 vols. London, 1747. 

383 A philofophical library of literary arts and fciences. By 
Benjamin Martin. London, 1737. 

384 Characteri flics of men, manners, opinions, and times. 
By Anthony, earl of Shaftefbury. Fifth edition. 3 
vols. 1732. 

I* 392 See page 41, (C'ro'd Hiflory.) 

401 The mathematical and philofophical works of bifliop John 
Wilkins. To which is prefixed, the author's life and 
an account of his works. London, 1708. 

403 A collection of papers which paffed between Mr. Leibnitz 
and Doctor Clarke, in the years 17 15 and 17 16; relat- 
ing the principles of natural philofophy and religion. 
To which are added, Letters to Doctor Clarke concern- 
ing liberty and neceffity; with the Doctor's anfwer to 
them. Alfo, Remarks upon a book, entituled, " A 
philolbphical enquiry concerning human liberty." By 
Samuel Clarke. London, 171 7. 

4-08 




4. 



342 Mifcellanies. Oclavo. 

4cS The royal magazine; or gentleman's monthly companion; 
with plates, from July, 1759, to July, 1765. Vols. 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, and 12. London. 

422 The epiftles of M. T. Cicero to M. Brutus, and of Bru- 
tus to Cicero; with the Latin text on the oppofite page, 
and Englifh notes to each epiftle. With a prefatory 
diflertation. By Ccnyers Middleton. London, 1743. 

426I The letters of Pliny the conful; with remarks, \>j Wil- 
& > liam Melmoth. Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 
640 J 1757. 

427 The efTays of Michael Seigneur de Montaigne. Tranflated 
into Englifh, with amendments and improvements, 
from the French edition of Peter Cofte. Seventh edi- 
tion. 3 vols. London, 1759. 

440 Familiar letters, domeftic and foreign; partly hiftorical, 

political and philofophical. By James Howell. Lon- 
don, 1754. 

441 Mifcellanies. By Henry Fielding, Efquire. 3 vols. 

London, 1743. 

444 The ftudent; or the Oxford and Cambridge monthly mif- 

cellany. 2 vols. Oxford, 1750. 

445 The genuine remains, in profe and verfe, of Mr. Samuel 

Butler, author of Hudibras; with notes by R. Thyer. 
2 vols. London, 1759. 

454 The life of John Buncle, Efquire; containing various ob- 
fervations and reflections, made in feveral parts of the 
world. 2 vols. London, 1764. 

463 Magnse Britannia notitia; or the prefent ftate of Great 
Britain; with remarks upon the ancient irate thereof. 
By John Chamberlayne. Thirty-eighth edition. Lon- 
don, 1755. 

474 The univerfal magazine of knowledge and pleafure; from 
June, 1747, to January, 1789; with plates. 83 vols. 
London. 

492 Mifcellanies, in profe and verfe, by Mary Jones. Oxford, 
*750. 

* 518 — 2 Sketches on various fubjecls, by Lancelot Temple. 
Second edition. 175S. 

$55 Memoirs; containing the lives of feveral ladies of Great 
Britain; an hiftory of antiquities, productions of nature, 
and monuments of art; obfervations on the Chriitian 
religion; remarks on the writings of the greater! En- 
glifh divines; and a review of the works of the writers 
called infidels. London, 1755. 



Mifcellanies. O&avo. 343 

5j;5 Sele<5b pieces en commerce, natural philofophy, morality, 
antiquities, Lilloiy, &c. Tranflated from authors of 
r ute he French, Italian, Spanilh and other lan- 
guage n.Jcn. 1766. 

J 561 S:e page 219, (Trade and Commeree y &.C.) 
And p?°e 282, (Ag re and Gardening.) 

* '565 — 4 Renaark? on tke French memorials concerning the 
Jiiriits of Acadia; with two maps, and an anfwer 
to " The ftirninary difcuffion." London, 1756. 

586 A mifcell containing traces on various fubje&s. By 

the bifbop of Cloyne. London, 1752. 

f 588 See page 305, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

f 593 See page 266, (Anatomy^ Medicine and Chemtflry.) 

594 Maxims, chancers and reflections, critical, fatyrical and 
moral. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

x? I The works of John Sheffield, duke of Buckingham. Se- 
o f cond edition. 2 vols. London, 1729. 

631 The wonders of nature throughout the world, difplayed. 
By G. Nelfon. London, 1 740. 

643! A natural and hiftorical account of the iflands of Scilly, 
& S- and the county of Cornwall; with draughts. By 
669 J Robert Heath. London, 1750. 

648 The mufeum; or the literary and hiftorical regifter; from 
March 29, 1746, to September 12, 1747, inclufive. 
3 vols. London. 

<>52 Mifcellanea Curiofa; containing a collection of fome of 
the principal phenomena in nature ; with plates. To 
which are added, a difcourfe of the influence of the 
fun and moon on human bodies, by R. Mead; and 
Fontenelle's preface of the ufefulnefs of mathematical 
learning. Third edition. 3 vols. London, 1726. 

660 'The epiftles of Phalaris. Tranflated from the Greek, 
To which are added, fome felecl: epiftles of the mod 
eminent Greek writers. By Thomas Francklin. Lon- 
don, 1749. 

662 Moral and political dialogues between divers eminent per- 
fons of the pall and prefent age; with notes, by the 
editor. Second edition. London, 1760. 

682 



s 44 MifceUanks, O&avd. 

682 An examination of Mr. Warburton's account of the eon- 
duel of the ancient legislators, of the double doctrine 
of the old philofophers, of the theocracy of the Jews 
and of Sir Ifaac Newton's chronology. By Arthur 
Afhley Sykes. London, 1744. 

f 716 See page 269, (Anatomy, Medicine and Chemijlry.) 

723 Eifays on feveral fubjects. By David Hume. 2 vols. 
London, 1764. 

729 Inquiries concerning the ftate and ceconomy of the angeli- 
cal worlds. By John Reynolds. London, 1723. 

761 The American magazine and hiftorical chronicle, from 

September, 1743, to December, 1744, inclufive. Bof- 
ton. 

762 The American magazine and monthly chronicle for the 

Britifh colonies, from October, 1757, to October, 1758, 
inclufive. By a fociety of gentlemen. Philadelphia. 
Gift of Francis Hophinfon. 

f 763 See page 93, (Voyages and Travels.) 

769 Ozanam's recreations, mathematical and phyfical; laying 

down and folving many problems of arithmetic, geo- 
metry, optics, gnomonics, cofmography, mechanics, 
phyfics, and pyrotechny. Tranflated into Englifh. 
London, 1708. 

770 The prefent ftate of Great Britain and North America, 

with regard to agriculture, population, trade and ma- 
nufacturesj impartially conildered. London, 1767. 

774 The efTays or councils, civil and moral, of Sir Francis 
Bacon ; with a table of the colours of good and evil, a 
difcourfe of the wifdom of the ancients, and the cha- 
racter of queen Elizabeth. London, 17 18. Gift of 
William Gcvett. 

X 788 Seepage 81, (Natural Hi/lory.) 
And page 127, (Theology.) 

* -798 — 3 Codicils belonging to the lait will and teftament of Sir 

H#ins Sloane, which relate to his collection of books 
and curioiities. London, 1763. 

* 801 — 5 A vindication of mafonry, and its principles demon- 

strated from nature and reafon; with a full refuta- 
tion of the objections againil it. By Gharles-Schaw 
Leftie. Belfaft, 1749. 



Mifcellanies. O&avo/ , 345 

811 Mifcellaneous tracts. By Michael Geddes. Third edi- 
tion. 3 vols. London, 1730. 

Si 6 Curious obfervations upon the manners, cuftoms, lan- 
guages, government, mythology, chronology, geogra- 
phy, ceremonies, religion, mechanics, aftronomy, me- 
dicine, phyfics, natural hiftory, commerce, arts, and 
fciences of the feveral nations of Afia, Africa and 
America. Tranflated from the French of M. L'Abbc 
Lambert. 2 vols. London. 

819 The works of Walter Moyle. 2 vols. London, 1726. 

840 The general magazine of arts and fciences; containing, 
the young gentleman and lady's philofophy ; the natu- 
ral hiftory of England; the philological arts and fci- 
ences; the inflitutes of arithmetic, algebra, fluxions, 
geometry and mechanics; the lives of eminent natural 
philofophers and mathematicians; and mifcellaneous 
correfpondence; with plates. By Benjamin Martin, 
2 vols. London, 1755 and 1756. 

*j- 849 See page 50, (Civil Hijlory.) 

850 The hiftory of the works of the learned, from January, 

1737, to Auguft, 1743. inclufive; interfperfed with 
diifertations on various curious fubjedts, and memoirs 
cf the moil eminent writers in all branches of polite 
literature. 13 vols. London. 

851 The prefent ftate of the republic of letters, from July, 

1733, to November, 1736, inclufive. 6 vols. Lon- 
don. 

889 The mifcellaneoiis works, in profe and verfe, of Edward 
Ward. 2 vols. London, 1709. (Title page loft. ) 

915 A collection of the works of Daniel D'Foe; containing 
thirty-nine treatifes, in profe and verfe. Third edition. 
2 vols. London. 

921 Voyages and Travels; with cuts. By Sir John'Mande- 

ville. Wherein is fet down the way to the Holy Land, 
and to Hierufalem; as alfo, the lands- of the Great 
Caan, and of Preftor John; to India, and divers other 
countries. London, 1722. 

922 Gregorii pofthuma; or certain learned tracts.,- with cuts. 

Written by John Gregorie, With an account of the 
author's life; published by J. G. London, 1649. Gift 
of 'Jofzph Breiv.tnall. 

953 
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346 Mifcellanies. Octavo. 

95$ Varieties; or a fvrveigh of rare and excellent matters, 
neceflary and delectable for all forts of perfons ; wherein 
the principall heads of diverfe fcicnces are illuftrated. 
By David Perfon. London, 1635. Gift of John Camp. 
bell. 

963 Cicero's epiftles to Atticus; with notes. Tranflated into 
Englifh, by William Guthrie. 2 vols. London, 1752. 

t 9731 

& > See page 294, (Experimental and natural PhiJofophy.) 

f 1009 J 

989 The mifcellaneous pieces of M. De Secondat, baron de 
Montefquieu. Tranflated from the French. London, 

1759- 
991 Letters and tracts on the choice of company and other 
fubjects. Second edition. London, 1762. 

999 Mifcellaneous tracts relating to natural hiftory, hufbandry 
and phyfic. To which is added, the Calendar of 
Flora; with plates. London, 1762. 

\ 1002 See page 97, (Voyages and Travels.) 

1 010 A complete catalogue of all books and pamphlets pub- 
lifhed for ten years paft; with their prices, and refer- 
ences to their characters in the " Monthly review." 
London, 1760. 

* 1013 — 2 "J Reflections on inland navigations; and a new method 

& > propofed for executing the intended navigation 

* 1 1 10 — 2 J betwixt the Forth and the Clyde. London, 1768. 

105 1 Letters on the importance of the rifing generation of the 
laboring part of our fellow- fubjects; being an account 
of the miferable ftate of the infant parifli poor; the 
ufefulnefs of the hofpital for deferted children properly 
reftricted; and an hiitorical detail of the whole mor- 
tality of London and Weftminfter, from the year 1592, 
to this time; with political, moral and religious reflec- 
tions. By Jonas Hanway. 2 vols. London, 1767. 

t I0 577 

& > See page 306, (Poetry and the Drama.) 
t 10583 

107 1 The univerfal catalogue, for the years 1772 and 1 773- 
2 vols. London. 

f 1075 See P a S e 97> (Voyages and Travels.) 



Mifcellanics. O&avo. 347 

2076 Three trcatifes, viz. The firft, concerning art; the fecond, 
concerning mufic, painting and poetry; and the third, 
concerning happinefs. By James Harris. Third edi- 
tion. London, 1772. 

1079 Select eflays from the Encyclopedy; being the mod curi- 
ous, entertaining and inftructive parts of that very ex- 
tcnfive work, written by Mallet, Diderot, D'Alembcrt, 
and others. London, 1772. 

10S4 A diiTertation on the numbers of mankind, in ancient and 
modern times; in which the fuperior populoufnefs of 
antiquity is maintained; with an appendix, containing 
additional obfervations on the fame fubjeci:, and fome 
remarks on Mr. Hume's " Political difcourfe of the 
populoufnefs of ancient nations." Edinburgh, 1753. 

1095 Anthropometamorphofis; man transformed; or the artifi- 
ciall changling hiftorically reprefented, in the mad gal- 
lantry, foolifh bravery, ridiculous beauty, and filthy 
finenefle of mod nations, fafhioning and altering their 
bodies from the mould intended by natvre; with figures 
of thofe transfigurations. London, 1653. 

1097 Select effays on commerce, agriculture, mines, fifheries, 
and other ufeful fubjecls. London, 1754. 

1 105 Letters written by the late Philip Dormer Stanhope, earl 
of Chefterfield, to his fon Philip Stanhope, Efquire; 
with feveral other pieces on various fubjects. Publimed 
by Mrs. Eugenia Stanhcpe. Third edition. 4 vols. 
London, 1774. 

1 1 13 The London catalogue of books in all languages, arts, 
and fciences, that have been printed in Great Britain 
fince the year 1700; properly claffed; with their prices. 
London, 1773. ^ 

The Pennfylvania magazine; or American monthly mu- 
feum, from January, 1775, to July, 1776, inclufive; 
with plates. By Robert Aitken. 2 vols. Philadel- 
phia. 

1 1 23 The Weftminfler magazine; or the pantheon of tafle, 
from January, 1773, to December, 1785, inclufive; 
with plates. 13 vols. London. 

1 1 37 — 1 A general catalogue of books in all languages, arts, 
and fciences, that have been printed in Great Bri- 
tain fince the year 1700, to the prefent time. Lon- 
don, 1779. 

n-4 




348 Mifcellanies. O&avo. 

— 2 An appendix and a fupplement to the general cata- 
logue of books, containing thofe publiihed fine® 
the year 1779, to the end of July, 1783. London, 

— 5 State of the accounts of the lieutenant and fub-lieute- 
nants of the "city of Philadelphia, and liberties, 
from March, 1777, to April, 1783. Philadelphia. 
1784. 

* 1 1 49 — 1 An account of the flopping of Daggenham breach; 

with the accidents that have attended the fame from 
the firft undertaking; alfo, rules for performing 
any the like work. By John Perry. London, 
1721. 

* 1 150 — 1 E/Tays, for the month of December, 17 16; with 

plates. By a fociety of gentlemen, London, 171 6. 

— 4 An account of the new method of extinguifhing fires, 
by explofion and fufrocation; introduced by Ambrofe 
Godfrey. 1724. 

-—5 Mifcellaneas curiofae; or entertainments for the ingeni* 
ous of both fexes; with plates. From January, 
1734, to March, 1735. York, 1734 and 1735. 

r — 6 The literary magazine; or felecl Britifh library; con- 
taining an account of books and pamphlets puHifli- 
ed in Great Britain and Ireland, a view of the date 
of learning, &c. for the months of October, and 
January, 1735. By a fociety of gentlemen. Lon- 
don, 1735. 

1 1 85 The works of Lucian. Tranflated from the Greek, by 
Thomas Francklin. 4 vols. London, 178 1. 

1 199 A fupplement to Dr. Swift's works; being a colle&ion of 
mifcellanies, in profe and verfe, by the Dean, Dr. De- 
lany, Dr. Sheridan, and others, his intimate friends; 
with notes and an index, by the editor. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1776. 

1205 A dilTertation on the languages, literature, and manners 
of the Eaftern nations; with further remarks on a new 
analyfis of ancient mythology; in anfwer to an apology 
addreffed to the author, by Jacob Bryant. By John 
Richardfon. Oxford, 1778. 

1208 Letters military and political. Tranflated from the Ita- 
lian of count Algarotti. London, 1782. 

1209 



Mifcellanks. O&avo. 349 

1209 ErTays; on poetry and mufic, as they affect the mind; on 
laughter and ludicrous compofition ; and on the utility 
of claffical learning. By James Beattie. Edinburgh, 
1778. 

1 2 14 EfTays, letters and poems. By Edmund Rack. Bath, 
1781. 

1219 Temple's moral and political memoirs. London, 1779. 

1 221 The pofthumous works, in profe and verfe, of the late 
Ifaac Watts. Compiled, adjufled and publifhed by a 
gentleman of the univerfity «f Cambridge. 2 vols. 
London, 1779. 

1257 The works of George Lord Lyttleton. Collected and 
publifhed by George Edward Ayfcough. Third edi- 
tion. 3 vols. London, 1776. 

2264 Select letters between the late dutchefs of Somerfet, lady 
Luxborough, Mifs Dolman, Mr. Whiitler, Mr. R„ 
Dodfley, William Shenftone, and others; including a 
fketch of the manners, laws, Sec. of the republic of 
Venice, and fome poetical pieces. Publifhed by Mr. 
Hull. 2 vols. London, 1778. 

1267 Philofophical obfervatjons on the fenfes of vifion and hear- 
ing; with a treatife on harmonic founds, and an efTay 
on combuftion and animal heat. By J. Elliott. Lon- 
don, 1780. 

127 1 The epiftolary correfpondence, vifitatron charges, fpeeches, 
and mifcellanies of Francis Atterbury; with hiftorical 
notes. 3 vols. London, 1783. 

1283 Gbfervations on the river Wye and feveral parts of South 
Wales, &c. relative chiefly to picturefque beauty; made 
in the fummer of the year 1770; with plates. By Wil- 
liam Gilpin. London, 1782. 

1 293 1 Memorials of human fuperftition; being a paraphrafe 
& > and commentary on the " Hiftoria flagellantium " of 
1788 J the abbe Boileau; with plates. By J. L. De Lolme. 
Second edition. London, 1784. 

1 30 1 The medical regifter for the year 1783. London. 

P 13 19 — 3"! A lift of the directors and members of the Humane 
&c > Society of London, for the years 1779 and 1780, 
—5 j and 1 78 1 and 17825 with an account of the faid 
fociety. London. 

—6 



*■; ** 



ro Mifcellanies* Octavo. 



— 6 Rules and orders of the fociety inftituted at Bath, for 
the encouragement of agriculture, arts, numiifac- 
tures, and commerce; with a lift of the ibcietv's 
premiums and the members of the fociety. Bath, 

I783- 

* 1323 — I Confederations on the defects of prifons, and their 

prefent fyftem of regulation. By Sir G. O. Paul. 
London, 1784. 

* 1330 — 4 The neglect: of the effectual feparation of prifoners, 

and the want of good order and religions ceconomy 
in our prifons, the chief caufe of the frequent thefts 
and violences committed. In letters, by Jonas 
Hanway, Efquire. London, 1784. 

1349 Remarks concerning the encroachments on the river 
Thames near Durham-yard. AddrefTed to the corpo- 
ration of London, by Granville Sharp. London, 1771. 
Gift of the author. 

f 1359 See page 58, (Civil Hiftory.) 

f 1376 See page 307, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

1384! The obferver; being a collection of moral, literary and 
& > familiar effays. Second edition. One volume. Lon- 
1450 j don, 1785. Third edition. 3 vols. Loudon, 1786. 

* 1388 — 1 Hiftorical remaiks and anecdotes on the caflle of the 

Baftille. Tranflated from the French, by Jchn 
Howard. Second edition. London, 1784. 

1400 The European magazine, and London review; with 
plates; from January, 1782, to January, 1789, inclu- 
sive. By the Philological Society of London. 14 vols. 
London. 

1402 Robinfon's new annual regifter; or general repofitory of 
hiftory, politics, and literature; for the years 1783, 
1784 and 1785. London. 

1408 Memoirs of the literary and philofophical fociety of Man- 
chester; with plates. 2 vols. Warrington, 1785. 

f 1423 See page 307. (Poetry and the Drama. J 

1429 A general catalogue of books in all languages, arts, and 
fciences, printed in Great Britain, and publifned in 
London, from the year 1700, to 1786. By W. Bent. 
London, 1786. 

1433 Effays, hiftorical and moral, by G. Gregory. London, 
1785. 

1436 



Mifcellanies. O&avo. 351 

1436 The hiftory and practice of aeroftation; with plates. By 
Tiberius Cavallo. London, 1785. 

* 1442 — 1 A treatiie upon aeroftatic machines; containing rules 
for calculating their powers of afcenfion, &c. the 
method of constructing them; with directions for 
filling them and making inflammable air, &c. By 
John Southern. Birmingham, 1785. 

— 2 Report of Doctor Benjamin Franklin, and other com- 
miilioners, charged by the king of France, with the 
examination of the animal magnetifm, as now prac- 
tifed at Paris. Tranflated from the French; with an 
hiitorical introduction. London, 1785. 

1451 Airopaidia; containing the narrative of a balloon excurfion 
from Cheiter, September 8, 1785; hints on the im- 
provement of balloons ; with plates, extenfive tables, 
and various phiiofophical obfervations and conjectures, 
ferving as an introduction to aerial navigation. By 
Thomas Baldwin. Chefter, 1786. 

f * 1452 — 2 See page 233, (Laiv.) 

1458 The London art of cookery, and houfkeeper's complete 
affiftant; with plates. By John Farley. Third edition. 
London, 1785. 

f 1487 See page 59, (Civil Hi/lcry.) 

1488 The Columbian magazine; or monthly mifcellany, from 
September, 1786, to December, 1788, inclufive; with 
plates. 2 vols. Philadelphia. 

1492 A brief view of the accounts of the treafury of Pennfyl- 
vania, from the commencement of the revolution, to 
April, 1783. Philadelphia. Gift of John Nicholfon. 

1503 The American magazine and monthly chronicle for the 

Britifh colonies, from October, 1757, to October, 1758, 
inclufive. By a fociety of gentlemen. Philadelphia. 

1504 The American magazine for the year 1769; to which 

are added, the tranfactions of the American Philofophi- 
cal fociety; with plates. (Title page loft.) 

1505 The new American magazine, from January, 1758, to 

March 1760, inclufive. By Sylvanus Americanus. 
3 vols. Woodbridge, in New Jerfey. 

1514 A general idea of the epitcmy of the works of Robert 
Boyle, Efquire; to which are added, general heads 
for the natural hi (lory of a country. By R. Boulton. 

London, 1700. 

* 1524—3 



i r 2 Mifcellanies. O &av o . 

* i szA — 2 Extracts from Mr. Young's fix months tour through 

the North of England, and from the letter cf an 
unknown author, publifhed in the London maga- 
zine, for October, 1772, on the fubject of canal na- 
vigations; with plates. Addreffed to the corpora- 
tion of London, by James Sharp. 1774. 

* 1525 — 3 The partnerfkip ; or the hiftory of the rife and pro- 

grefs of the Pennfylvania chronicle, &c. By Wil- 
liam Goddard. Philadelphia, 1770. 

11:26 The Britifh librarian; exhibiting a compendious review, 
or abfiract, of our mofl fearce and valuable books in all 
fciences, as well in manufciipt as in print. London, 

I738- 

1529 La philofophie occulte de Henr. Corn. Agrippa, tradulte 

du Latin. A la Haye, 1727. 

1530 Mifcellanea Curiofa; containing a collection of fome of 

the principal phcenomena in nature, accounted for by 
the greateft philofophers of this age; alio, a collection 
of curious travels, voyages, antiquities, and natural 
hiftory of countries, read and prefented to the Royal 
Society of London; with plates. To which are added, 
a difcourfe of the influence of the fun and moon on 
human bodies, by R. Mead; and Fontenelle's preface 
on the ufefulnefs of mathematical learning. Second 
edition. 3 vols. London, 1708. 

153 1 Le fpectacle de la nature, torn III. Francfort, 1752. • 

1537 Het natuurlyk tover-boeck oft nieuw fpeel-tooneel der 
konften. Door Simon Witgeeft. t'Amfterdam, 1725. 

1543 Io. Bodini Andegaverffis de Magorum Dsmcnomania. 

Libri IV. Francofurti, 159c. 

1544 Les fecrets du Seigneur Alexis Piemontois. A Rouen, 

"737- 

* 1562 — 1 The United States magazine; a repofitory of hiftory, 

politics and literature; for January, February, 
March, April, May, June, July, September, and 
October, 1779. By Francis Bailey. Philadelphia. 

— 2 The penny poft, from January 9, to January 27, 
1769, inclufive. By Benjamin Mecom. Philadelphia. 

* 1564 — 3 A candid examination cf Doctor Mayhew's obferva- 

tions. on the charter and conduct of the Society for 
the propagation of the gclpel in foreign parts. To 
which is added, a letter to a friend, containing a 
fhort vindication of the faid fociety. By one of its 
members. Lofton, 1763. 

—5 



Mifcellanies* O&avq. 353 

>— 5 A letter to the governors of the college of New York, 
respecting the collection that was made in this king- 
dom in 1762 and 1763, for the colleges of Phila- 
delphia and New York; with notes, and an appen- 
dix, containing the letters which parTed between Al- 
derman Trecothick and the author. By James 
Jay. London, 1 7 7 1 . 

— 6 Candid remarks on Doctor Witherfpoon's addrefs to 
the inhabitants of Jamaica, and the other Weft In- 
dia iflands. Philadelphia, 1772. 

1565 — 4 A ploughman's complaint againft a clergyman; being 
a letter to the Baptift aflociation at Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia, 1767. 

P 1 566 — 3 An oration in memory of general Montgomery, and 
of the officers and foldiers who fell with him, before 
Quebec. By William Smith. Philadelphia, 1776. 

— 4 A philoibphical difcourfe, addreffed to the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences. By James Bow- 
doin, Eiquire. Boflon, 1780. 

P 1567 — 1 The man unmafked ; or the world undeceived, in the 
author of a late pamphlet, entitled, " Extracts from 
the proceedings of the high court of vice-admiralty 
in Charleftown, South Carolina;" with fuitable re- 
marks on that performance. By Egerton Leigh. 
Charleftown, 1769. 

* 1568 — 2 An account of money received and difburfed for the 

Orphan-houfe in Georgia; with a plan of the build- 
ing. By George Whitefield. London, 1 741. 

* 1569 — S A brief account of the occafion, procefs and ifTue of 

a late trial at Gloucester, March 3, £743, between 
fome Methodifts and certain perfons of the town of 
Minchin- Hampton. By George Whitefield. Third 
edition. London, 1744. 

* 1570 — 10 A narrative of the original defign, rife, progrefs, 

and prefent ftate of the indian charity-fchool at 
Lebanon, in Connecticut. By Eleazar Wheelock. 
Bofton, 1763. 

1572 — 4 A ftate of the cafe of Rebecca Richardfon, refpecting 
a lioufe and lot in Philadelphia. 

ffj£7£-r-i The wonderful appearance of an angel, devil and 
ghoft, to a gentleman in the town of Bofton, in the 
nights c,f the fourteenth, fifteenth and fixteenth of 
October, 1774; with cuts. Bofton, 1774. 



* 



354 Mifcellariies. , O&avo. 

—2 A fragment of the chronicles of Nathan Ben Saddi, 
a rabbi of the Jews ; lately difcovered in the ruins of 
Herculaneum. Tranflated into Engliih. Conftan- 
tinople, 5707. 

—3 Diana's fhrines turned into ready money, by prieftly 
magic; or virtue given up. Being remarks on the 
Northern prieft's pamphlet, entitled, " A-^— a 
known to the A ts. New York, 1773. 

—4 The firft book of the American chronicles of the times. 
Philadelphia. 

1579 A ftate of the accounts of the lieutenants and fub-lietite- 
riants of the city and county of Philadelphia; and of 
the collectors of excife in the feveral counties of Pennfyl- 
vania; from March, 1777, to January, 1782. Philadel- 
phia. 

158 1 A ftate of the accounts of the lieutenants and fub-lieute- 
nants of the feveral counties in Pennfylvania, from 
March, 1777, to March, 1780. Philadelphia., 

* 1 j 86 — 4 The rife and continuance of the fubftitutes in the con- 

tinental army; with the opinion of feveral eminent 
lawyers. Philadelphia, 1777. 

—1 1 A plan for conducting the infpector-general's depart- 
ment of the United States. Philadelphia, 1780. 

— 12 A plan for conducting the quarter-mafter-generaFs 
department of the United States. Philadelphia, 
1780. 

14 The fcheme of the United States lottery; with a lift 

of the fortunate numbers in the firft clafs of the 
faid lottery. York-Town, 1778. 

* ic88 11 An addrefs to the feveral perfons claiming under the 

indian purchafes, called the Mountain, Horfneck 
and Van Giefon. By David Ogden. 1767. 

— 12 An account of the college of New Jerfey. Wood- 
bridge, 1764. 

-—14 An addrefs to the inhabitants of Jamaica, and other 
Weft India iflands, in behalf of the college of 
New Jerfey. Philadelphia, 1772. 

* 1589 — 3 A treatife on the better employment, and more com- 

fortable fupport of the poor in work-houfes ; with 
fome obfervations on the growth and culture of flax; 
and divers new inventions for the improvement of 
the linen manufacture; with plates. By William 
jBailey. London, 1758. 

1624 



Mifcellanies. O&avo, 355 

% 624. The new London magazine ; being a repository of know- 
ledge, inftruction and entertainment; from January, 
1785, to January, 1788; with plates. By a fociety of 
literary gentlemen. 6 vols. London. 

1625! The American mufeum; or repofitory of ancient and 
& > modern fugitive pieces, profe and poetical; from Ja- 
1626J nuary, 1787, to July, 1789. By Matthew Carey. 5 
vols. Philadelphia. Gift of the editor. 

f * 1628 — 2 Seepage 234, (Law.) 

* 16^2 — 2 The charter, laws, and catalogue of books of the 
Union Library Company of Hatborough; with a 
fhort account of the firft eftablifhment thereof. 
Philadelphia, 1788. 

—3 The original fleam-boat fupported; or a reply to 
James Rumfey's pamphlet; fhewing the true pri- 
ority of John Fitch, and the falfe datings, &c. of 
James Rumfey. Philadelphia, 1788. 

■=?-~4 ,A fhort treatife on the application of fleam, whereby 
is clearly fhewn from actual experiments, that fleam 
may be applied to propel boats or vefTels. By 
James Rumfey. Philadelphia, 1788. This, and the 
ttuo preceding pamphlets, the gift of Zachariah Poulfon, 
junr. 

1634 Ahiman Rezon abridged and digefted, as a help to all 
that are, or would be free and accepted mafons. To 
which is added, a fermon, preached at a general com- 
munion, in Philadelphia, December 28, 1778, by Wil- 
liam Smith. Philadelphia, 1783. Gift of Zachariah 
Poulfon, juur. 

1637 Letters to and from the late Doctor Samuel Johnfon; with 
fome poems never before printed. Publifhed by Hefter 
Lynch Piozzi. 2 vols. London, 1788. 

1640 The Olla Podrida, a periodical work. Second edition. 
London, 1788. 

1 65 1 L. Auli Gellii nocles Attics feu vigiliae Attic» et Henrici 
Stephani nocles Parifianae, cum ejufdem in Aulum 
Gellium annotationibus. Parifiis, 1585. 

1654 L. Caii Plinii Cascilii epiflolse et panegyricus. Oxonii, 
1703. 

1662 L. Fragmenta aurea; a collection of all the pieces, writ-* 
ten by Sir John Suckling. Third edition. London, 
1658. 

t 1665 L. Seepage 63, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

tGSi L> 



A 



eC Mifcellanles. O&avo. 

1 68 1 L. Alexandri ab Alexandro Neapolitan! genialium dierum 
libri fex. Lugduni, 1616. 

1695 L. Opufcula mythologica, phyfica et ethica. Gsxce ct 
Latine. Amftelaedami, 1688. 

1707 L, CI. Aeliani varia hiftoria. Grsece et Latine cum ver- 
fione Jufti Valteji et Perizonii commentario. Lug- 
duni in Batavis, 1701. 

1 7 10 L. Valerii Maximi di&orum factorumque exempla. Lug- 
duni, 1 55 1. 

1 716 L. Joh. Alberti Fabricii Bibliotheca Latina five notitia 
Veterum Latinorum quorumcunque fcripta ad nos 
pervenerunt. Londini, 1703. 

1726 L. Aur. Theodofii Macrobii opera cum Pqntani notis. 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1597. 

1729 Z,. Enquiries touching the diverfity of languages and re- 
ligions, through the chief parts of the world. By 
Edward Brerewood. London, 1674. 

1736 L. Luci Ccelii Laclantii opera quae extant omnia. Canta- 
brigise, 1685. 

1748 L. Relectiones Hyemales de ratione et methodo legendi 
utrafque hiitorias, civiles et ecclefiafticas. Auctore 
Degoreo Whear. Acceiferunt Mantifla de hiftoricis 
gentium particularium et Gabrielis Naudaei biblio- 
graphy politica. Cantabrigise, 1684. 

: 1 75 1 — 2 Reflections upon what the world commonly call good- 
luck and ill-luck, with regard to lotteries; and of 
the ufe which may be made of them. Tranflated 
into Engliih from the French of Monf. Le Clerc. 
London, 1758. 

1756 The mifcellaneous works of J. P. BriiTot de Warville. 
(French.) 3 vols. Paris, 1784. Gift of the author. 

: 1758 — 4 Remarks on John Fitch's reply to James Rumfey's 
pamphlet. By Jofeph Barnes. Philadelphia, 1788. 
Gift of Zachariah Pou/fon, junr. 

17 $0 Notes on the (late of Virginia, by Thomas Jefferfon; 
with a map, including the ftates of Virginia, Mary- 
land, Delaware and Pennfylvania. London, 1787. 

I I 773 — * America differed; being a full and true account of 
ail the American colonies; fhewing, the intempe- 
rance of the climates;, badnefs of money; danger 
from enemies; and the danger to the fouls of the 
poor people that remove thither, from the herefies 
that prevail there. By a divine of the church of 
England. Dublin, 1753. 



Mifcellanies. O&avo. 357 

— 4 An addrefs to admiral Auguftus Keppel; containing 
candid remarks on his defence; with obfervations on 
fuch pafTages as relate to the conduct of vice-admi- 
ral Sir Hugh Pallifer. By a feaman. London, 
1779. Gift of Do8or Thomas Parke. 

1774 The mifcellaneous works, in profe and verfe, of Edward 
Ward. (A fragment.) 

1779 Elegant extracts; or ufeful and entertaining pafTages, in 

profe; felected for the improvement of fcholars in the 
art of fpeaking, in reading, thinking, compofing, and 
in the conduct of life. London. 

1780 Elegant extracts; or ufeful and entertaining pieces of 

poetry; felected for the improvement of youth in fpeak- 
ing, reading, thinking, compofing, and in the conduct 
of life. London. 

1790 The works, theological, medical, political, and mifcel- 
laneous, of John Jebb ; with memoirs of the life of 
the author, by John Difney. 3 vols. London, 1787. 

1792 The hiftory of inland navigations, particularly that of 
the duke of Bridgewater; with geographical plans. 
Third edition. London, 1779. 



DUODECIMO. 

3 The Jewifh fpy; being a philofophical, hiitorical and cri- 
tical correfpondence, by letters which lately pa/Ted be- 
tween certain Jews in Turkey, Italy, France, &c. 
Tranflated into French from the originals, by the mar- 
quis D'Argens; and now done into Englifh. 5 vols. 
London, 1766. 

7I The works of Plato abridged; with an account of his 

& > life, philofophy, morals, and politics; and a tranfia- 

135 J tion of his choiceft dialogues. With notes, by M. 

Dacier. Tranflated from the French, by feveral 

hands. Second edition. 2 vols. London, 1720. 

10 The farriei's and horfeman's complete dictionary. By 
Thomas Wallace. London, 1729. 

iS Human nature furveyed by philofophy and revelation. 
In two e/Tays; with aphorifms and indexes to both 
effays. By a gentleman. London, 172S. 

22 



358 Mifcellanies. Duodecimo. 

22 Familiar letters on various fubjects of bufmefs and arnufe- 

ment. Written with a view to form the ftyle of 'the 
younger part of both fexes. By Charles Halifax. Se- 
cond edition. London, 1754. 

23 A collection of political and other tracts. By the late 

John Trenchard and John Gordon. 2 vols. London, 
1751. 

29 The works of Doctor Jonathan Swift, dean of St. Pa- 
trick's; with the author's life and character, and notes, 
hiftorical and critical. 11 vols. Edinburgh, 1761. 

32 The Humorift. London, 1763. 

38 Letters from an old man to a young prince; with the 

anfwers. To which are prefixed, thofe of her prefent 
majefty to her fon. Translated from the Swedifht 
Second edition. 3 vols. London, 1759. 

39 The female Spectator. Fifth edition. 4 vols, London, 

*755- 
43 The mifcellaneous works of John Hildrop. 2 vols. Lon- 
don, 1754. 

44 "J Letters written by a Turkifh fpy, who lived at Paris; 

& > giving an acccount of the moA: remarkable tranfactions 

53 j of Europe, efpecially of the court of France; from^ 

the year 1637, to the year 1682. Translated from 

the Arabac into Italian, and from thence into Englifh. 

8 vols. London, 1753. 

50 The works of Henry Needier; confifting of original 
poems, tranflations, effays, and letters. Published by 
Mr. Duncombe. Second edition. London, 1728. 

t 541 

& > See page 6$, (Civil Hiflory.) 

t55J 

57 Crito; or an efiay on various fubjects. 2 vols. London, 
1767. 

t 61 See page 311, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

68 1 

^ ( The Spectator. 8 vols. London, 1 749. 9 vols. Lon- 

220J don > *tf3- 
^£The Guardian. 2 vols. London, 1751. N°* 229 the 



} 



gift of John M* Michael. 

87 The herald; or patriot-proclaimer; being a collection of 
periodical eflays on government, commerce, public 
credit, and other interefting fubjects. By Stentor Tell- 
truth. 2 vols. London, 1758. 

104 



Mifcellanies. Duodecimo. 359 

ro4 The beauties of the fpeclators, tatlers, and guardians; 
connected and digefted under alphabetical heads. 2 
vols. London, 1757. 

123 The works of Monfieur de Voltaire. Tranflated from 
the French, with notes, by T. Smollet and others. 
Second edition. 34 vols. London, 1762. 

125 The Adventurer. Second edition. 4 vols. London, 

1754- 

128 The works of Edmund Waller, in verfe and profe, Pub- 
lifhed by Mr. Fenton. London, 1730. 

f 134 Seepage 140, (Theology.) 



t 1441 
& [ 

} 



See page 312, (Poetry and the Drama.) 



146! The mifcellaneous works, in verfe and profe, of jofeph 

& > Addifon; with fome account of the life and writings 

321 J of the author, by Mr. Tickell. 3 vols. London, 

*753- 

152 The works of Chriftina, queen of Sweden; containing 
maxims and fentences, and reflections on the life and 
actions of Alexander the Great. Tranflated from the 
French. To which is prefixed, an account of her life, 
character and writings, by the translator. London, 

1753- 

154 Polite epiftolary correfpondence; being a collection of let- 
ters on the mod inilrucHve fubjects. Second edition. 
London, 1 75 1. ' 

156 — 1 A critical and hiftorical account of all the celebrated 
libraries in foreign countries, as well ancient as mo- 
dern; with reflections upon the choice of books. 
By a gentleman of the temple. London, 1739. 

1*59 Fhilofophical letters upon phyfiognomies ; with diflerta- 
tions on the inequality of fouls, philanthropy and mif- 
fortunes. London, 175 1. 

163 Eilays, moral and critical, by M. L'Abbe Trublet. 
Tranflated from the French. London, 1744. Gift of 
David Hall. 

^64 The American initructor; or young man's belt, companion. 
To which is added, the poor planter's phyiician ; - with 
prudent advice to young tradefmen. By George Fiilier. 
Ninth edition. Philadelphia, 1748. 

166 



^6o Mifcellanies. Duodecimo. 

1667 
& i- The works of David Mallet. 3 vols. London, 1 759. 

20SJ 

173 Memoria technica; or a new method of artificial memory. 
London, 1730. 

1 84 The univerfal Spectator. By Henry Stonecaftle. 4 vols. 
London, 1747. 

193 The works of Monfieur Voiture ; containing letters and 
characters of the moft eminent perfons for rank and 
literature in France ; romances, tales and poems, on 
feveral occafions. Tranllated by Dryden, Cromwell 
and other hands. Third edition. 2 vols. London, 
1736. 

200") 

292 (The ConnoiiTeur. By Mr. Towne. Third edition. 4 
& f vols. London, 1757. Fourth edition. London. 
996J 

205 Titus Livius in nuce; der kern und aufzug diefes autoriu 
Nurnberg, 1730. 

209 Philofophical mifcellanies, on various fubjects; with an 
account of the author, and his works, by himfelf. 
Tranflated from the original of M. Formey. London, 

*759- 
211 Characleriftics of men, manners, opinions, and times; 
with a collection of letters, by Anthony, earl of Shaftei- 
bury, 3 vols. 1758. 

21 3 "J The Rambler. 6 vols. London, 1752. Fourth edi- 

& f tion. London, 1756. 
993 J 

22 ?1 The Tatler; or the lucubrations of Ifaac Bickerflafr, 

& V Efquire. 4 vols. London, 1728 and 1749. 
228J 

2.10 Letters on the mod common, as well as important occa- 
fions of life. By writers of the mod difcinguifhed merit. 
To which is prefixed, a diifertation on the epiitclary 
flyle. Second edition. London. 

2 &°l The Vifltor - B ^ feveral hands * Publi{hed b ? WillIam 

^ f Dodd. 2 vols. London, 1764. 
760J 

273 The felea pieces of M. de Voltaire. Tranflated from the 
French, by Jofeph Collier. London, 1 754. 

278 Mifcellanies, in profe and verfs, by lady Margaret Pen- 
nyraan. London, 1740. 

23g 



Mifcellanies. Duodecimo. 361 

2$o The fchool of man; a moral, critical and anecdotical 
work; with a key to the characters. Tranflated from 
the French. Fourth edition. London, 1753. 

281 Chinefe letters; being a philofophical, hiftorical, and c?i- 
tical correfpondence between a Chinefe traveller at Pa- 
ris, and his countrymen in China, Mufcovy, Perfia and 
Japan. Tranflated from the originals into French, by 
the marquis D'Argens, and now done into Englifli. 
London, 1741. 

2S2I Cato's letters; or efTays on liberty, civil and religious, 
8c > and other important fubjects. Fifth edition. 4 vols. 
$66 J London, 1748. 

2S5 Converfations on the plurality of worlds. By Monfieur 
Fontenelle. Tranflated from the lafl Paris edition, by 
William Gardiner. London, 17 15. 

289 The improvement of health; or rules comprifmg the na- 
ture, method and manner of preparing all forts of 
foods ufed in this nation. By Thomas Moffet. Cor- 
rected and enlarged by Chriilopher Bennet. To which 
is prefixed, a iliort view of the author's life and writ- 
ings, by Mr, Oldys, and an introduction by Doctor R. 
James. London, 1746. 

293 Perfian letters. By M. De Mcntefquieu. Tranflated 
from the French, by Mr. Floyd. Fourth edition. 2 
vols. London, 1762. 

298 Contemplations, moral and divine, by Sir Matthew Hale. 
To which is prefixed, an account of his life and death, 
by bifhop Burnet. Fourth edition. 2 vols. Glafgow, 

I 745- 

300 The letters of Alexander Pope. 3 vols. London, 1742. 

308 The citizen of the world ; or letters from a Chinefe philo- 

fopher, redding in London, to his friends in the Eait. 
2 vols. London, 1762. 

309 The Humorift; being efTays upon feveral fubjecls. Second 

edition. 2 vols. London, 1735. 

311 The mifcellaneous works of the late Doctor Arbuthnot. 
Second edition. 2 vols. Glafgow, 1751. 

314 Jugemens des Savans fur les principaux ouvrages cfes au- 
teurs, par Adrien Baillet. XVII. torn*. A Amfter- 
dam, 1725. 

% Hi 



362 Mifcellanies. Duodecimo* 

320 Reflexions upon ridicule; or what it is that makes a man 
ridiculous; and the means to avoid it. Wherein are 
reprefented the manners and characters of perfons of 
the prefent age. Fifth edition. 2 vols. London, 

1739- 
323 The ladies' library. Written by a lady. Publifhed by 
Sir Richard Steele. Fourth edition. London, 1732. 

329 The Lay monaftery; confifting of eflays, difcourfes, &c. 
London, 17 14. 

340 A collection of original letters. Written by eminent per- 
fons, on various fubjecls, and important occafions; 
from the reign of king Henry the eighth, to the prefent 
time. 2 vols. London, 1755. 

345 Letters written to and for particular friends, on the mod: 
important occafions. Fifth edition. London, 1752. 

•f 348 See page 141, (Theology.) 

355 The Craftfman. By Caleb D'Anvers, Efquire. 14 vols. 
London, 1731. 

361 A complete mathematical dictionary. By J. Moxon. 
London, 1701. 

378 A fupplement to the works of Alexander Pope; con- 
taining fuch poems, letters, &c. as are omitted in the 
edition publifhed by Doctor Warburton; with a key to 
his letters. London, 1757. 

380 The impartial philofopher; or the philofophy of common 
fenfe; containing diflertations upon the uncertainty of 
human knowledge. Written in French, by the marquis 
D'Argens. To which is added, a difiertation upon 
gravity, Sec. by Monfieur Maupertius. Tranflated 
from the French into Englifh. 2 vols. London, 1 749. 

382 The free -thinker; or eflays of wit and humor. By feveral 

hands. Third edition. 3 vols. London, 1739. 

383 The Champion; containing a feries cf papers, humorous, 

moral, political and critical. 2 vols. London, 1741* 

390 The poft-man robbed of his mail; or the packet broke 
open; being a collection of mifcellaneous letters. Lon- 
don, 1 7 19. 

. 402 The Dublin fociety's weekly obfervations for the advance- 
ment of agriculture and manufactures. Glafgow, 1756. 

411 The Infpector. 2 vols. London, 1753, 

419 



Mifcellanies. Duodecimo* 363 

419 Farriery improved; or a complete treatife upon the art of 
farriery. By Henry Bracken. Seventh edition. Lon- 
don, 1752. 

426"! The works of Edmund Spencer; with a gloffary explain- 
& > ing the old and obfcure words. Publifhed by Mr. 
546 J Hughes. 6 vols. London, 17 15 and 1750. 

432! Letters from the marchionefs De Sevigne, to her daugh- 
& > ter the countefs De Grignan. Tranflated from the 
588 J French. Second edition. 2 volumes in one. Lon- 
don, 1745. 10 vols. London, 1764. 

437 A cordial for low fpirits; being a collection of valuable 
tracts. By Thomas Gordon. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1 75 1. 

441 Maxims; felected from the wits of all nations, and inter- 

mixed with curious reflections. By Mary Midnight. 
With a preface, by Alexander Pope. London, 1751. 

442 The complete compting-houfe; or the lad taken from the 

writing-fchool and inftructed in the myfteries of a mer- 
chant, &c. By John Vernon. Eighth edition. Dublin, 

1741- 

443 The Cenfor. London. 

445 The genuine works, in profe and verfe, of George Gran- 
ville, lord Lanfdowne. 3 vols. London, 1736. 

458 Letters written from Liverpool, Chefter, Cork, &c. by 
Samuel Derrick. 2 vols. London, 1767. 

463 The infallibility of human judgment; its dignity and ex- 
cellency; being a new art of reafoning and discovering 
truth. Fifth edition. London, 1725. 

480 The gentleman angler; containing eafy instructions to be- 
come a perfect artift in angling. Third edition. Lon- 
don. 

491 Country converfations ; being an account of difcourfes on 
divers fubjects. London, 1694. 

498 Converfations upon feveral fubjects. Written in French, 
by Madamoifelle de Scudery, and tranflated into En- 
glifh, by Mr. Ferrand Spence. London, 1683. 

504 A thoufand notable things; containing modern curiofities; 
with cuts; aifo, a help to difcourle, and directions to 
read, write and fpeak. London, 1 748. 

507 Table-talk ; being difcourfes on various matters of weight 
and confequence, relating chiefly to religion and ftate* 
By John Selden. Third edition. London* 17 16. 

a** 



364 Mifcellanies* Duodecimo. 

514 Memorials for the government of the royal burghs in 
Scotland; alfo, a iurvey of the city of Aberdeen; with 
the epigrams of Arthur Johnfton upon fom* of our 
chief burghs. Tranflated into Englifh. Aberdeen, 
1685. 

5 1 9 Philofophia per argumenta breviter explicata, au&ore P. 
Guilielmo Chabrono. III. tomi. Parifiis, 1650. 

521 fi. prefent for an apprentice; or a fure guide to gain both 

efteem and eftate; with rules for his conduct to his 
matter and in the world. Fourth edition. Philadel- 
phia, 1749. 

522 A continuation of George Whiter! eld's journal, during 

the time he was detained in England by the embargo. 
Philadelphia, 1 740. Gift of Samuel Kirk. 

-]- 538 See page 314, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

539 Letters on different fubje<5ts. By the author of " The 
unfortunate mother's advice to her abfent daughters." 
Fourth edition. 4 vols. London, 1770. 

547 Millan's univerfal regifter of court and city offices, for 
the years 1755 and 1756. 2 vols. London. 

549 The mifcellanies of the late marquis of Halifax. Third 
edition. London, 171 7. 

55 8 7 The world. By Adam Fitz-Adam. 6 vols. London, 
* \ 1767. 

IOCOJ ' ' 

577 Fugitive pieces, on various fubjecls. By feveral authors. 
2 vols. London, 1765. 

593 Satirical letters. Tranflated from the German of G. W. 
Rabener. 2 vols. London, 1757. 

606 The works of John Sheffield, duke of Buckingham. 
Fourth edition. 2 vols. London, 1753. 

612 Letters from a Perfian in England, to his friend at Ifpa- 
han. London, 1735. 

615 The works of An?creon and Sappho; alfo pieces from 
ancient authors, and occafional effays; with notes. 
To which is prefixed, the Ciaffic, a poem. London, 
1763. 

# 620—1 Tvules for bad horfemen. Addreffed to the fcciety 
for the encouragement of arts, &c. By Charles 
Thompfon. Third edition. London, 1765. 

623 



Mifcellanies. Duodecimo, 365 

62^ Obfervations on a variety of fubje&s, literary, moral 
624.I and religious; in a feries of original letters, written 
& l" by a gentleman of foreign extraction, who refided 
809 J fome time in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1774. 

625 Letters, by feveral eminent perfons deceafed; including 
the correfpondence of John Hughes, (author of " The 
fiege of Damafcus") and feveral of his friends; with 
notes, by John Duncombe. Second edition. 3 vols. 

London, 1773. 

661 The works of Laurence Sterne. 5 vols. London, 1769, 

668 The gentleman farrier's repofitory of approved remedies 

for the difeafes of horfes. By J. Bartlet. Third edi- 
tion. Philadelphia, 1775. Gift of Jofeph Cruhfhank, 

669 Defenfe de la nation Britannique. A Londres, 1692. 

67 1 Letters written by the late Earl of Chefterfield, to his 
fon Philip Stanhope, Efquire; with feveral other pieces 
on various fubjeets. Publifhed by Mrs. Eugenia Stan- 
hope. Third edition. 4 vols. New York, 1775. 

679 Additions to the works of Alexander Pope, Efquire; with 
many original poems and letters of cotemporary writers. 
2 vols. London, 1776. 

6S$ The poems and letters of Mr. Gray; with memoirs of his 
life and writings, by W. Mafon. 4 vols. York, 1778. 

684 Effays on various fubje&s. Principally defigned for young 

ladies. By Hannah More. Third edition. London, 

1778. 

685 EfTays, moral and literary, by Vicefimus Knox. 2 vols; 

London, 1782. 

691 The Mirror, a periodical paper, publiflied at Edinburgh 
in the years 1779 and 1780. Fifth edition. 3 vols. 
London, 1783. 

693 Enfield's exercifes in elocution; felecled from various au- 
thors. Second edition. Warrington, 1 782. 

698 Difquifitions on feveral fubjects. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1782. 
700 Tliirty letters on various fubjects. 2 vols. London, 1783. 
f 703 See page 314, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

724 Interefling letters of Ganganelli, pope Clement the four- 
teenth; with anecdotes of his life. Tranflated from 
the French. Fifth edition. 2 vols. London, 178 1. 

726 



- 5 Mijcellanies. Duodecimo. 

7^5 Letters of the late Laurence Sterne, to his intimate 
friends; with a fragment in the manner of Rabelais. 
To which is prefixed, memoirs of his life and family; 
written by himfelf, and publifhed by his daughter 
Mrs. Medaille. 3 vols. London, 1776. 

734. Moral and literary dilTertations ; with a tribute to the me- 
mory of Charles De Polier, Efquire, and an appendix. 
By Thomas Percival. Warrington, 1784. 

737 Letters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African; with 
memoirs of his life. Third edition. London, 1784. 

745 The philofophical dictionary; or the opinions of modern 
philofophers on metaphyhcal, moral, and political fub- 
jeds. 4 vols. London, 1786. 

754 The Tatler; with illustrations, notes and plates. 6 vols. 
London, 1786. 

756 The mifcellaneous works, in veife and profe, of Mr. Pratt. 
4 vols. London, 1785. 

776 Lucubrations; confifting of elTays, reveries, &c. in profe 
and verfe. By the late Peter of Pontefracl. London, 
1786. 

780 Letters, written in London by an American fpy; from 
the year 1764, to the year 1785. London, 1786. 

782 The ladies' mifcellany; containing novels and original 
efTays, in profe and verfe. Vol. 1. Dublin, 1770. 
Gift of Samuel Robin/on* 

* 794 — 5 Errata; or the art of printing incorrectly. Philadel- 

phia, 1763. 

— 6 The afs, in the lion's fkin, difcovered by his braying. 
Philadelphia, 1763. 

— 7 A prophecy lately difcovered; in which are predicted 
great and terrible events. 1763. 

* 797 — 2 The laft fpeech and confeffion of Henry Halbert, 

who was executed at Philadelphia, October 19, 
1765, for the murder of the lbn of Jacob Woolman. 
Philadelphia, 1765. 

— 10 The arangement of the Pennfylvania line, January 17, 
1 781. Philadelphia, 1781. 

* 804 — 4 Mercure de France. 1 Novembre, 1783. A Paris. 

— 5 Journal politique de Bruxelles. Ottobre, 1783. 
— 6 Mercure de France. 15 Novembre, 1783. A Paris, 
— 7 Journal politique de Bruxeltes. 7 Octobre, 1783. 

* 8o(5— 2 



Mifcellanies. Duodecimo. 367 

* S06 — 2 Dialogus philofophis. Axiomata philofophica. Ifaaci 

Hoilandi de lapide philoibphorum. (Title page lojl.) 

811 Traitte de toute forte de chalfe et de peche. II. toms. 
A Amfterdam, 17 14. 

* 812 — 1 Journal encyclopedique pour l'annce, 1769. A Bou* 

illon, 1769. 

—2 Journal encyclopedique pour l'annee, 1783. A Eou« 
illon, 1783. 

815 Lcttres de M. Chevalier, a M. de Jean, fur les maladies 
et les plantes de St. Dominque, et fur le remora et les 
Halcyons. A Paris, 1752. 

826 Demonologie 011 traitte des demons et forciers: par Fr. 
Perreaud. A Geneve, 1653. 

830 A complete hi (lory of witches and apparitions. London, 

*759« 

831 Les effais de M. de Montaigne. III. toms. A Pari;, 

1669. 

832 Bacon's effays, civil and moral; with a table of the co- 

lours of good and evil; and a preliminary difcourfe, 
containing memoirs of the author. London, 1663. 

834 Joh. Baptiftae Portae Neapolitani magi'ce naturalis, libri 
XV. Lugduni Batavorum, 1650. 

839 Paracelfus his Aurora, and treafure of the philofophers; 

alfo, the water-ftone of the wife men. Faithfully Ln- 
gliflied and published, by J. H. London, 1659. 

840 La decoration d'humaine nature et l'ornement des dames 

Lyons, 1537. 

841 Hocus Pocus; or the whole art of Legerdemain laid 

open; with cuts. Dublin, 1765. 

845 Hermes Trifmegifhis in fefthien boecken met eene voor- 

rede van Francifcus Patricius- T'Amfcerdam. 

846 Polydorus Virgilius de inventoribus rerum. (Title part 

loft.) 

£47 Henr. Comelii Agrippx* de vanitate artium et fcientiarum, 
de nobilitate et pnecellentia fceminei fexus et de matri- 
monio libri. 1609. 

848 And. Alciati emblemata. (No title page.) 

£49 Two dialogues; containing a comparative view of the 
lives, characters, and writings of Philip, the late earl 
of Chefterfield, and Doctor Samuel Johnfon. London, 

J787. 

850 



j68 Mifcellanies* Duodecimo. 

850 The epiftolary correfpondence of Sir Pachard Steele ; with 
literary and hiftorical anecdotes. By Jchn Nichols, z 
vols. London, 1787. 

852 The Lounger, a periodical paper, publifhed at Edinburgh 
in the years 1785 and 1786. By the authors of the 
Mirror. Third edition. 3 vols. London, 1787. 

8.60 Mifcellanies, in profe and verfe, by Mrs. Chapone. Third 
edition. London, 1777. 

866 Mifcellanies, moral and inftructive, in profe and verfe; 
collected from various authors, for the ufe of fchools. 
Philadelphia, 1787. Gift of Milcah Martha Moore. 

* 875—1 A lift of the fociety, inftituted in the year 1787, for 
the purpofe of effecting the abolition of the flave 
trade. London, 1788. Gift of Doftor Thomas Parke. 

887 L, Apophthegmatum opus e Graeco codice correctus ali- 
quot locis in quibus Diogenis Laertii interpres lapfus 
erat. Defiderio Erafmo Rot. authore. Lutetiae, 

1547- 
S94 L. Parecbolse five excerpta e corpore ftatutorum univerfi- 
tatis Oxonieniis accedunt articuli religionis XXXIX. 
nee non juramenta fidelitatis et fuprematus. Oxo- 
niae, 1691. 

902 L. Menagiana ou bons mots penfees obfervations, Sec. 
De M. Menage. IV. toms. A Amiterdam, 1713. 

907 L. Naudaeana et Patiniana ou fmgularitez remarquables, 
prifes des converfations De Meif. Na-ude et Patin. 
Seconde edition. A Amfterdam, 1703. 

916 L. Auli Gellii noctes Attics. Francofurti, 1603. 

925 L, Annsei Senecse opera omnia et M. Annsei Senecae Rhe- 
toris quae extant ex Aud. Schotti recenfione. Tomi 
dus. Amftelodami, 1659. 

930 L. Julii Caefaris Scaligeri epiftolae et orationes, acceflere 
Jean. Th. Freigii orationes VIII. A Amfterdam, 

1713 

957 L, L'Hore di recreatione di M. Lodovico Guicciardini. 
French and Italian. (Title page loft.) 

$69 L. Maximi Tyrii differtationes. Oxoinse, 1677. 

973 L. Nicolai Ruefneri Leorini Symbolorum Imperationum 
Claftis duoe. Oxonii, 1638. 

975 L. C. Plini Csecilii fecundi epiftolae et panegyricus. Mar- 
cus Zuerius Boxhoraius recenfuit. Amftelaedanu, 
1659, 

986 



Mifcellanies. Duodecimo. ' 369 

986 The Algerine fpy in Pennfylvania; or letters written by a 
native of Algiers on the affairs of the United States in 
America, from the clofe of the year 1783, to the meet- 
ing of the convention. Philadelphia, 1787. 

f 995 See page 318, (Poetry and the Drama.) 

997 Mifcellanies. By Doctor Swift and others. London, 1749* 

1004 The hiftory of many memorable things loft, which were 

in ufe among the ancients. Written in Latin by Guido 
Pancirollus, and now done into Englifli. Vol. 1. Lon- 
don, 17 15. 

1005 Arabian nights entertainments; confiding of one thoufand 

and one ftories, told by die fnltanefs of the Indies. 
Tranflated into French, from the Arabian manufcript, 
by M. Galland, and now done into Englifh. Eleventh 
edition. 4 vols. London, 1763. 

fc 1007 — 4 A brief account of the rife, progrefs and prefent fitua- 
tion of the orphan-houfe in Georgia. By George 
Whitefield. Philadelphia, 1 746. 

— 10 The arrangement of the Pennfylvania line, January 
17, 1781. Philadelphia, 1781. 

1008 The general magazine, and hiilorical chronicle, for the 
Britifh plantations in America; for January, February, 
April, May, and June, 1741. By Benjamin Franklin. 
Philadelphia, 1741. 



ADDENDA, 



.■* 



A a a 



ADDENDA. 



Civil Hi/lory. 



FOLIO. 

€o "T TOTES and proceedings of the houfe of reprefenta- 
V tives of the province of Pennfylvania, from Octo- 
ber 4, 1682, to September 26, 1776, mclufive. 6 
vols. Philadelphia. Gift of Doclor Benjamin Frank- 
lin and David Hath 

f 150 A complete journal of the votes, fpeeches and debates of 
the houfe of lords and houfe of commons, throughout 
the reign of queen Elizabeth. Collected by Sir Simonds 
D'Ewes, and publiflied by Paul Bowes. London, 
1693. 

339 Votes and proceedings of the houfe of reprefentatives of 
the province of Pennfylvania, from October 14, 1758, 
to September 26, 1767, inclufive. Vols. 4 and 5. 
Philadelphia. Gift of Henry Miller. 

552 1 Journals of the houfe of reprefentatives of the com- 
oc > monwealth of Pennfylvania, from November 28, 1776, 

553 J t0 October 2, 1781; with the proceedings of the com- 
mittees and conventions before, and at the commence- 
ment of the American revolution. Philadelphia, 
1782. N°- 352 the gift of Jofeph Crukjhank, 

398 



*7£ Civil Hi/lory. Foiio. 

398 Votes and proceedings of the houfe of reprefentatives of 
Pennfylvania, from October 14, 1754, to March 31, 
1784. 5 vols. Philadelphia. 

402 Votes of the general afTembly of New Jerfey, from Octo- 
ber 28, 1777? to March 21, 1780. Trenton, 1779 and 
1780. 

404 The proceedings of the houfe of burgeffes of Virginia, 
from November 7, 1769, to June 27, 1770. Williamf- 
burg, 1770. 

* 407 — 1 A treaty held at Lancafter, in Pennfylvania, by the 
lieutenant-governor of the faid province, and the 
commiffioners of Virginia and Maryland, with the 
indians of the fix nations, in June, 1 744. Philadeli 
phia, 1744. 

—2 A council held at Philadelphia, Auguft, 1744, with 
the deputies of the Delaware indians. 

— 3 An account of the treaty held at Albany, in the pro- 
vince of New York, by the governor of that pro- 
vince and the commiffioners of Maffachufetts, Con- 
necticut and Pennfylvania, with the indians of the 
fix nations, in October, 1745. Philadelphia, 1746. 

■ — 4 A journal of the proceedings of the commiffioners ap- 
pointed for managing a treaty of peace, at Fal- 
mouth, September 29, 1749? with the Eaftern indi- 
ans. Bofton. 

-—5 A journal of the proceedings of the commiffioners, 
Oclober 13, 1752, appointed to treat with the Eaft- 
ern indians, to confirm a general peace. Bofton, 
1752. 

— 6 A journal of the proceedings at two conferences, held 
at Falmouth, June, 1754, between the governor of 
Mafiachufetts-bay and the chiefs of the Norridg- 
walk and Penobfcot indians. Bofton, 1754. 

• — 7 A treaty between the government of New Jerfey, and 
the indians inhabiting the feveral parts of faid pro- 
vince, held at Crofwicks, in the county of Burling- 
ton, January, 1756. Philadelphia. 

. — 9 A treaty with the Shawanefe and Delaware indians, 
negociated at Fort-Johnfon, by Sir William Johnibn. 
New York, 1757. 

-~ 10 A treaty held with the Ohio indians, at Carlifle, in 
October, 1753. Philadelphia, 1753. 



Civil Hi/lory. Folio. 373 

*— 1 1 Minutes of conferences, held with the indians at Har- 
ris's ferry, and at Lancafter, in March, April and 
May, 1757. Philadelphia, 1757. 

— 12 Proceedings and treaty with the Shawanefe, Nanti- 
cokes and Mohikander indians, negociated at Fort- 
Johnfon, by Sir William Johnfon. New York, 1757. 

•—13! Minutes of conferences, held with the indians, at 
&> Eafton, in July and Auguft, 1757. Philadelphia, 

* 514 — 1 J 1757* N°* 514 — 1 the gift of Pierre Du Simitiere, 

— 1 4 "J Minutes of conferences, held at Eafton, in October, 
& > 1758? with the fachems and warriors of fourteen 

* 514 — 2 J indian nations. Philadelphia, 1759. N°*5I4 — 2 

the gift of Pierre Du Simitiere. 

— 15 Minutes of conferences, held at Eafton, in Auguft, 
1761, with the fachems and warriors of eight indian 
nations. Philadelphia, 1761. 

— 16 1 Minutes of conferences, held at Lancafter, in Au- 
& > g u ft> J 762, with the fachems and warriors of feve- 

* 514 — 3 J ral tribes of northern and weftern indians. Phila- 

delphia, 1763. N°* 514 — 3 the gift of Pierre Du 

Simitiere. 

— 17 1 Minutes of conferences, held at Fort-Pitt, in April 
& > and May, 1768, with the chiefs and warriors of 
: * 514 — 4 j the Ohio and other weftern indians. ■ Philadelphia, 
1769. 

516 A journal of the firft and fecond feffions of the council 
of cenfors, from November 10, 1783, to September 25, 
• 1784. Philadelphia, 1784. The fecond fejfon the gift of 
/fofeph Cruhfhank, 



OCTAVO. 

425 A complete hi (lory of the piratical ftates of Barbary; 
containing the origin, revolutions, and prefent ftate of 
thefe kingdoms; their forces, revenues, policy and com- 
merce. By a gentleman who refided there many years 
in a public character. London, 1 750. 

724 DirTertations on the hiftory of Ireland. To which is fub- 
joined, a diliertation on the Irifri colonies eftabiifiied in 
Britain; with fome remarks on Mr, Macpherfon's trans- 
lation of Fingal and Temora. Ey C. O'Conor. Dub- 
lin, 1 766. Gift of the author. 

f 1768- 



374 Civil Hiftory* O&avo., 

+ 1768 See page 210, (General and local Politics.) 

4-1769 See page 210, (General and local Politics.) 

1770 The life of baron Frederic Trenck; containing his adven- 
tures; his cruel and exceffive fufferings, during ten 
years imprifonment, at the fortrefs of Magdeburg, by 
command of the late king of Pruflia; alio anecdotes, 
hiftorical, political and perfonal. Tranllated fiom the 
German, by Thomas Holcroft. Philadelphia, 1789. 

* 1 77 1 — 2 His majefty's letter and declaration fent to the houfe 
of peers, by Sir John Greenvill, from Breda. Lon- 
don, 1660. 

1782 The hiftory of the rife, progrefs and eftablifhment of the 

independence of the United States of America; includ- 
ing an account of the late war, and of the Thirteen 
Colonies, from their origin to that period; with maps. 
By William Gordon. 4 vols. London, 1788. 

1783 The pofthumous works of Frederick the fecond, king of 

Pruflia j containing the hiftory of his own times. Tranf- 
lated from the French, by Thomas Holcroft. London, 
1789. 

1784 Eboracum; or the hiftory and antiquities of the city of 

York, from its origin to this time; alfo, a defcription 
and hiftory of the cathedral church, from its foundation, 
to the prelent year; with plates. 2 vols. York, 1788. 

1798 The hiftory and prefent ftate of Virginia, from its firft 

fettlement, to this time; with plates. By a native of 
that place. London, 1705. 

1799 Remarkable occurrences in the life of Jonas Hanway; 

comprehending an abftracl of his travels in Ruffia and 
Periia, and a hiftory of the inftitutions founded and 
fupported by him. By John Pugh. Second edition. 
London, 17 38. 

1 80 1 The hiftory of England, as well ecclefiaftical as civil, 
from the earlieft period to the clofe of the twelfth par- 
liament of Great Britain; alfo, the hiftory of Scotland, 
Ireland, and the neighbouring kingdoms and ftates; 
with plates. By Mr. Kimber. 10 vols. London, 1766. 

1807 The hiftory of New Hampfhire; comprehending the events 
of one complete century from the difcovery of the river 
Pafcataqua. By Jeremy Belknap. Vol. 1. Philadel- 
phia, 1784. 

DUODECIMO. 



Civil HiJIory, Duodecimo. 375 



DUODECIMO. 

HO Memoirs of Mrs. Letitia Pilkington, wife to the reverend 
Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herfelf. Wherein 
are interfperfed, all her poems; with anecdotes of feve- 
ral eminent perfons. 3 vols. Dublin, 1 749. 

IOIZ The life of baron Frederic Trenck; containing his adven- 
tures; his cruel and exceffive fufferings, during ten 
years imprifonment, at the fortrefs of Magdeburg, by 
command of the late king of Pruffia; alfo, anecdotes, 
hiftorical, political and perfonal. Tranflated from the 
Germani by Thomas Holcroft. 3 vols. London, 
1788. 

10 II An apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy, late of 
Covent-garden theatre. Written by herfelf. To which 
is annexed, her original letter to John Calcraft. Fourth 
edition. 5 vols. London, 1786. 



Voyages 



376 Voyages and Travels. Quarto* 



Voyages and Travels* 



QJJ ARTO. 

567 H"" 1 RAVELS through Germany, Bohemia, Hungarian 
1 Switzerland, Italy, and Lorrain; with plates. By 
John George Keyfler. Tranflated into Englifh from 
the fecond edition of the German. 4 vols. Lon- 
don, 1756. 

569 A journey through the Crimea to Ccnilantinople; "with 

plates. In a feries of letters from Elizabeth Lady Cra- 
ven, to the margrave of Brandenburgh, Anfpach and 
Bareith. Written in the year 1786. London, 1789. 

570 A voyage round the world, but more particularly to the 

North- weft coaft of America; performed in the years 
1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788, in the king George and 
queen Charlotte, commanded by captains Portlock and 
Dixon. London, 1789. 



OCTAVO. 

177S An account of the Pelew Iflands, fituated in the Pacific 
ocean; with plates. Compofed from journals and com- 
munications of captain Henry Wilfon, and fome of his 
officers, who, in Auguft, 1783, were there ihipwrecked, 
in the Antelope. By George Keate. Dublin, 1788. 

J 785 A tour through the highlands of Scotland, and the He- 
bride Ifles, in the year 1786. By John Knox. Lon- 
don, 1787. 

j 786 A journal of travels made through the principal cities of 
Europe. Tranflated from the French of M. ^. Dutens, 
by John Highmore. London, 1782. 



Geography 



Geography and Topography. Folio. -377 



Geography and Topography. 



FOLIO. 

519 H^HE New Britifh traveller; or an nniverfal difplay of 

JL Great Britain, Ireland, and the adjacent iflands; 
with maps and plates. Publifhed from a furvey 
made by a fociety of gentlemen, by George Ali- 
gn ft us Walpoole. London. 

520 The new and univerfal hiftory, defcription and furvey of 

London, Weftminfter, Southwark, and the parts adja- 
cent; with maps and plates. Compiled by a fociety of 
gentlemen, and revifed and improved, by William 
Thornton. London. 



QJJ A R T O. 

$66 An alphabetical index of the ftreets, fquares, lanes, alleys, 
&c. contained in the plan of the cities of London and 
Weftminfter, and borough of Southwark, with the con- 
tiguous buildings; from a furvey made by John Roque. 
London, 1747. (For the maps — -fee page 105, Geography 
and Topography.) 



OCTAVO. 

1S02 The American geography; or a view of the prefent filia- 
tion of the United States of America ; with maps. By 
Jedidiah Morfe. Elizabeth-town, 1789. 



DUODECIMO. 

222 A new and eafy guide to the ufe of the globes, and the 
rudiments of geography; with cuts. By Daniel Fen- 
ning. Second edition. London, 1760. 

828 Lifte generale des poftes de France. A Paris, 1749. 

1009' Epitome theatri Orteliani praecipuarum orbis regionura 
delineationes continens. Antverpise, 1595. 

B b b Theology. 



378 Theology* O&avo. 



Theology* 



OCTAVO. 

* 1773 — 4 A SERMON, preached at the annivcrfary meeu 
jLX. ing of the Planters' fociety, on Great Pe-dee, 
Auguft 17, 1769. Charleftown, 1769. 

x8o6 Practical fermons on various fubjects. By Gilbert Burnet. 
2 vols- London, 1747. Gift of George S. Moore* 



DUODECIMO. 

* 804 — 3 Difcours fur la regeneration. Londre, 1759. 

* I007«— 3 A further account of God's dealings with George 
Whitefield. Philadelphia, 1746. 

— 6 The light of Christ difplaying itfelf through the 
world. By Samuel Fifher. Philadelphia 1744. 

— 9 A letter to the reverend Doctor Chauncey, on account 
of fome pafTages relating to George Whitefield, in 
his book, entitled " Seafonable thoughts on the 
ftate of religion in New England." By George 
Whitefield. Philadelphia, 1745. 

•=-11 A fhort narrative of the revival of religion in the 
congregation of New Londonderry and other parts 
of Pennfylvania. By Samuel Blair. Philadelphia. 



Ethics; 



Ethics; or the Moral Syjiem. O&avo. 379 



Ethics; or the Moral Syftem* 



OCTAVO. 

1731 L. r-pHEOPHRASTI notationes morum. Ifaacus 
X Cafaubonus recenfuit. Grace et Latine. Lug- 
duni, 161 7. 

1 797 De L'Efprit, par M. Helvetius. II. toms. A Londres, 
1776. 



DUODECIMO. 

* 1007 — 15 Extract from a reprefentation of the injuftice and 
dangerous tendency of tolerating flavery. By 
Granville Sharp. Philadelphia, 1771. 



Treatifes on Education* 



OCTAVO. 

5J2 HP* HE improvement of the mind; or a fupplement to 
X the art of logick ; containing a variety of remarks 
and rules for the attainment and communication of 
ufeful knowledge, in religion, in the fciences, and 
in common life. By Ifaac Watts. Fourth edition* 
London, 1761, 

PUODECIMO. 



j8o Treatifes on Education. Duodecimo, 



DUODECIMO. 

1013 Adelaide and Theodore; or letters on education. TranA 

lated from the French of the countefs de Genlis. Third 
edition. 3 vols. London, 1788. 

1 014 Emilius and Sophia; or a new fyftem of education; with 

plates. Tranflated from the French of J. J. Roufleau. 
4 vols. London, 1783. 



General and local Politics. 



FOLIO. 

f 150 CJEE page 371, (Civil Hi/lory.) 

* 407 — 8 An addrefs from the truftees and treafurer of " The 

friendly aiibciation for preferring peace with the 
indians," to William Denny, Efquire, governor of 
Pennfylvania. 1757. 

-—20 Proceedings in the parliament of Great Britain, and 
in MafTachufetts-bay, relative to the giving of the 
money of the people of that province and of all 
America. 

* 412 — 11 A memorial of the proprietors of the patents of 

Minifmk and Wawayanda, bordering on the crown 
lands of New York, refpe&ing the controverfy be- 
tween New York and New Jerfey. New York, 
1757. 
•— -12 A brief of the claim, on the part of New Jerfey, 
and of the proof offered in iupport of it, before 
the commiflioners, appointed for fettling the boun- 
dary line between New Jerfey and New York. 

QJJARTO. 



Genera! and local Politics. Quarto. 381: 



QJJ A R T O. 

* 463 — 6 A conference between the commiffaries of Maflachu- 

fetts-bay and of New York, at New Haven, in 
Connecticut. Bofton, 1768. 

* 562 — 7 The importance of the colonies of North America, 

and the intereft of Great Britain, with regard to 
them, confidered. By Nicholas Ray. New York, 

1766, 



OCTAVO. 

1786 The conflitution of England; or an account of the En- 
glish government; in which it is compared both with 
the republican form of government, and the other mo- 
narchies in Europe. By J. L. De Lolme. Second 
edition. London, 1784. 



Treat/fes on Annuities and Infurance, 



OCTAVO. 

•)- 1804 A SYSTEM of the law of marine infurances; with 
jLJl three chapters on bottomry, on infurances on lives, 
and infurances againft fire. By James Allan Park* 
Philadelphia, 1789. 

Law* 



382 Law. Quarto. 



Law. 



QJJ A R T 0. 

* 562 — 4 nriHE Bofton-port aft. 1774- 

— 8 Specimen juris univerfalis juxta atque civilis inaugu- 
rate, exhibens quaedam de fervitute. Authore A. B. 
Aylva. Franequers, 1770. 



OCTAVO. 

1 789 The hiftory of the cafes of controverted elections, whick 
were tried and determined during the firft and fecond 
feffions of the fourteenth parliament of Great Britain. 
By Sylvefter Douglas. 4 vols. London, 1775. 

f 1804 See page 381, (Treatlfes on Annuities and Injur ance.) 



Metaphyfics. 



OCTAVO. 

550 A PHILOSOPHICAL inquiry into the origin of 
X\. our ideas of the fublime and beautiful ; with an in- 
troductory difcourfe, concerning tafte, and feveral 
ether additions. Fourth edition. London, 1764. 

Geometry* 



Geometry. Duodecimo. 383 



Geometry. 



DUODECIMO. 

385 QTEREOMETRY; or the art of guaging made eafy, 
O by the help of a Aiding- rule; with an appendix of 
Conic feclions. By Thomas Everhard. Eleventh edi- 
tion, with an addition of excife-tables, &c. London, 
1750. 



Poetry and the Drama, 



QJJ A R T O. 

572 TUVENILE poems on various fubjects; with the prince 
J of Parthia, a tragedy. By the late Thomas Godfrey, 
junr. of Philadelphia. To which is prefixed, fome ac- 
count of the author and his writings. Philadelphia, 
1765". Gift of George S* Moore. 



OCTAVO. 

1698 L. M. Annseus Lucanus de bello civili cum Grotii et 
aliorum notis. Amftelodami, 1669. 

\ 1 77 1 — 3 M c Fingal, a modern epic poem, in four cantos. Hart- 
ford, 1782. 

Mifcellanles \ 



384 Mifcellanies. Quarto, 



Mifcellanies. 



OJJ ARTO. 

296 nnHE efTays or covnfels, civill and morall, of Sir' 
I Francis Bacon; with a table of the colours of good 
and evill. London, 1639. 

391 Howard's ftate of prifons in England and Wales; with 
preliminary obfervations, and an account of fome fo- 
reign prifons and hofpitals. With plates. Third edi- 
tion. Warrington, 1784. 



OCTAVO. 

1356 Philofophic efTays on the manners of various foreign ani- 
mals; with obfervations on the laws and cuftoms of fe- 
veral Eaftern nations. Written in French by M. Fouch- 
er D'Obfonville, and tranflated into Englifli by Thomas 
Holcroft. London, 1784. 



DUODECIMO. 

$6d Letters; written by Jonathan Swift, and feveral of his 
friends, from the year 1703, to 1740. Publifhed from 
the originals, with notes, by John Hawkfworth. Se- 
venth edition. 3 vols. London, 1768. 

* 797 — 9 A treaty for the fick, wounded and prifoners of war, 
of the land forces of his Britannic majefty, and ot 
his Mofl Chriftian majefty. Philadelphia, 1777. 

INDEX. 



I 



N 



D 



E X 



O F 



NAME 



S. 



ABERNETHY 125. 
Abingdon 208. 
Acherly 223. 
Acofla 79. 
Acton 263. 
Adair 275. 
Adam 253. 
Adams 76, 214, 232. 
Adanfon 95. 
Addington ill. 
Addifon 139, 212, 316, 359. 
iElian 356. 
JElianus 257. 
JEfchylus 3 co, 303, 
Aglionby 24. 
Agricola 75. 

Agrippa335, 337, 352,367. 
Agutter 139. 

Aiken 56, 85, 277, 299, 314. 
Aikin 56, 262, 347. 
Ainfworth 163. 
Akenfide 306. 
Alanfon 273. 
Alberoni 181. 
Albinus 260. 
Alcseus 317. 
Alciatus 367. 
Alcmanis 317. 
Alderfeld 45. 



Alexander 152, 243, 332, 356. 

Algarotti 69, 327, 348. 

AH 41. 

Allen 61, 267. 

Allinfon 225, 

Alpinus 272. 

Aided 332. 

Altieri 163. 

Ames 28, 61, 327* 

Amefms 148. 

Ammianus 30. 

Amory 153. 

Ampelius 71. 

Anacreon 317. 

Anderfon 51, 73, 178, 193? 

217, 284. 
Andrews 59, 155, 194. 
Andre 233, 300. 
Antoninus 152, 157. 
Apollonius Pergius 238. 
Apollonius Rhodius 310. 
Appian 12, 62, 63. 
Apthorp 132. 
Aram 233. 

Arbuthnot 22, 265, 269, 361. 
Archimedes 238, 240. 
Ariofto 306. 
Ariftophanes 298, 317. 
Ariftotle 180, 236. 
Armftrong 45. 
Arndt 125. 
C c c 



3 86 



Index of Names. 



Arnold 226, 227, 299. 

Arrian 19, 49. 

Arfcot 143. 

Artemon 122. 

Arthur 146. 

Afaph (Bifhop of) 137. 

Afh 165, 167. 

Afhley 43. 

Artie 287. 

Athenasus 332. 

Atkinfon 252. 

Atterbury 123, 126, 349. 

Attiret 109. 

Attucks 233. 

Atwood 295. 

Aulus Gellius 355, 368. 

Aurelianus 264. 

Aufonius 317. 

Aventinus 19. 

Aylva 382. 

Ayre 64. 

Ayfcough 170, 250, 334, 349. 



B 



Bacchylis 3 1 7. 
Bachmair 164, 



Backus 8, 130. 

Bacon 21, 74, SS3t 344 , 367, 

384- 
Badcock 289. 

Baddam 341. 

Baglivi 271, 277. 

Bailey 162, 286, 329, 352, 

354- 
Baillet 361. 

Baker 18, 80, 293. 

Baldwin 351. 

Balfour 274. 

Balguy 132. 

Ballard 22. 

Banier 39, 150. 

Banks 46, 70, 89. 

Baptifta 340. 

Barba 85. 

Barbeyrac 222, 223. 

Barbut 77. 



l 3 l . 



Barclay 86, 114, 119, 

*34» H 2 > 3 J 7» 3 2I « 
Barcroft 142. 

Baretti 45, 97. 

Barlow 316. 

Barnes 283, 356. 

Barri 36. 

Barrow 113, 238, 239. 

Bartholinus 277. 

Bartlet 365. 

Bafnage 5. 

BafTus 284. 

Bate 337. 

Bathurft 148. 

Batteaux 296. 

Batwell 134, 136. 

Bayard 225. 

Baynard 266. 

Bayle 12, 68, 

Bayly 171. 

Beattie 144, 335, 349. 

Beatty 100. 

Beaumarchais 309. 

Beaumont 109,. 297, 305.. 

Beawes 217. 

Beccaria 230, 291. 

Beccherus 77, 262. 

Becket 250. 

Beckwith 232* 

Becon 114. 

Beda 6. 

B eh man 60. 

Beiler 164. 

Belguer 265. 

Belidor 244. 

Belknap 374. 

Bell 89, 275. 

Bellamy 375, 

Bellarmine 114, 148. 

Bellers 227. 

Bellicard 40. 

Bellinus 264. 

Benezet 9, 69, no, 138, 144, 

147, 156, 160, 161. 
Bennent 117. 
Bennett 141, 158, 361. 
Bent 350. 
Bentivoglio 16. 
Bentley 173. 



Index of Names. 



387 



Berenger 334. 

Bergman 83, 274. 

Berkenhout 26, 275. 

Berkley 237, 270. 

Bernard 12, 141, 198. 

Bernartius 157. 

Berquin 323. 

Befle 6, 35. 

Betah 96. 

Bever 228. 

Beveridge 142, 308. 

Biddle 336. 

BickerftafF 360. 

Bickham 328. 

Biggs 50. 

Bigland 336. 

Billing 183. 

Bingham 220. 

Bion 244. 

Birch 12, 14, 22, 48, 50, 115, 

333> 338, 381. 
Black 273. 

Blackmore 297, 312, 313. 

Blackftone 224, 225, 227,231. 

Blackwall 174. 

Blackwell 4, 25. 

Bland 199, 255, 

Blainville 89. 

Blair 38, 77, 79, ill, 131, 

145, 146, 169, 245, 266, 

378. 
Blodget 107. 
Blome 60. 
Blount 168, 232. 
Boccalini 297. 
Bodinus 352. 
Bodley 41. 
Bcehm 121. 
Boerhaave 262, 265, 267, 268, 

278, 279. 
Boethius 157. 
Bogan 30. 
Bohun 5. 

Boileau 40, 153, 304, 311. 
Boiffard 289. 

Bolingbroke 31, 124, 182. 
Bond 156. 
Bonneval 49. 



Bonycaftle 248. 

Booth 15. 

Borellus 244. 

Borlafe 14. 

Borrichius 264. 

Borroughs 114. 

Bofman 108. 

BofTuet 34, 66. 

Bofwell 92, 100. 

Bougainville 89. 

Bouger 251. 

Bouhours 140, 171. 

Bouhinus 78. 

Boulainvilliers 32, 53, 67. 

Boulton335, 351. ' 

Bouquet 24. 

Bourrit 103. 

Bowdoin 353. 

Bowen 104. 

Bower 21, 49. 

Bowes 371. 

Bowie 106. 

Bowyer 116. 

Boyd 315. 

Boyer 163, 167, 340. 

Boyle 79, 129, 142, 292, 296, 

3 2 9> 333- 
Boylfton 279. 

Bracken 363. 

Brackenridge 145, 336. 

Bradford 329. 

Bradley 77, 282. 

Brainerd 100, 102, 121. 

Braithwaite 36. 

Brand 83. 

Brandt 5. 

Brantome 71. 

Bray 142. 

Brerewood 556. 

Breval 49. 

Briani 297. 

Brice 105. 

Brietius 107. 

Broderick 31. 

Brock well 33. 

Bromley 121. 

Brooke 323. 

Broome 305. 



3 88 



Index of Namei 



Broughton 5. 

Brown 12, 37, 89, 118, 129, 

131, 141, 152, 262, 299, 

322, 324, 334. 
Brownrigg 287, 289. 
Bruce 91, 296. 
Bruyere 153, 173. 
Bryant 83, 149. 
Brydone 98. 
Buchan 271, 
Buchanan 45, 6$, 165, 277, 

Buchlerus 316. 

Buckingham 306* 

Buffon 80, 83. 

Bugg 135. 

Bulkeley 96, 

Bull us 114. 

Bulteel 16. 

Buncle 342. 

Bunyan 143. 

Buonamici 43. 

Burchet 16. 

Burgerfdicius 175. 

Burgefs 232. 

Burgh 152, 186, 314. 

Burke I78, 187, 192, 194, 

208. 
Burlemaqui 229, 230. 
Burn 232. 
Burnet 6, 9, 14, 52, 79, $$, 

102, 361, 378. 
Burney 326. 
Burnham 125. 
Burns 309. 
Burnyeat 1 15. 
Burrifh 181. 
Burthogge 237. 
Burton 50. 
Bufching 106. 
Butler 120, 313, 330, 342. 
Buxtorfius 2. 
Byfield 263. 
Byron 97. 
Bysfhe 35, 312. 
Bythnerus 169. 



Cadogan 271. 

Cadwalader 202. 

Oefar 62, 64, 72. 

Caille 247. 

Calepinus 163. 

Callander 308. 

Callender 61. 

Callimachus 299. 

Calmet 2. 

Cambridge 22. 

Camden 63, 105. 

Cameron 61. 

Cambens 299. 

Campbell 32, 50, 143, 173, 

Cantemir 15. 

Canterbury ( Archbifhop of) 

127. 
Cantillon 219. 
Capper 91, 100. 
Caradoc 37, 
Care 230. 

Carmichael 134, 136. 
Carr 330. 
Carranzam 72. 
Carter 99, 151, 314, 
Carver 98. 
Carey 44, 194, 355. 
Cafaux 194. 
Caftell 253. 
Caftro 164. 
Cataneo 231. 
Catefby 74. 
Cato 284, 361. 
Catrou 12. 
Catullus 310, 317. 
Cavallo 77, 264, 351 
Cave 5, 128. 
Cavinius 165. 
Cay 224. 
Cebes 162. 
Celfus 62, 271, 277. 
Chabron 364. 
Chalkley 48. 
Chalmer 178, 194- 



Index of Names. 



389 



Chalon 48. 

Chamberlaine 122, 342. 
Chambers 262, 325, 328, 330, 

Champion 193. 

Chandler 6, 90, 135, 142. 

Chapman 20. 

Chapone 167, 368. 

Chardin 88. 

Charlevoix 95. 

Charron 153. 

Chaftellux 100, 173. 

Chatham 188, 208. 

Chaucer 298, 304. 

Chaudon 59. 

Chauncey 135. 

Cheek 340. 

Chefelden 265. 

Cheshire 269. 

Chefterfield 167, 347, 365. 

Chevalier 367. 

Chew 187, 201, 231. 

Cheyne 266, 267, 269. 

Child 147, 221. 

Chillingworth 1 13. 

Chilton 38. 

Chippendale 328. 

Church 54. 

Churchill 16, 130, 298. 

Cibber 68, 71. 

Cicero 149, 150, 152, 153, 
154, 155, 158, 159, 162, 
168, 170, 171, 346. 

Cifnerus 19. 

Claefle 129. 

Clairac 256. 

Clapp 138. 

Clare 80. 

Clarendon 12, 13, 18, 43, 49. 

Claridge 126. 

Clark 22, 120, 127, 128, 138, 
145, 166, 168, 173, 239, 
244, 263, 292, 341, 

Clarkfon 156. 

Claudian 310, 317. 

Clavigero 29. 

Clavius 240. 

Claypoole 330, 

Clayton 77, 



Cleghorn 268. 

Clemens 1 14. 

Clericus 261, 296. 

Cleuardus 168. 

Clifton 234, 269. 

Clogher (Bifhop of) 88. 

Cloyne 343. 

Clufius 75. 

Cluvenus 107. 

Cockburne 338. 

Coke 39, 223, 224. 

Colden 4 3, 71, 237. 

Coleman 301, 304. 

Colliber 45. 

Collier 121, 153, $6o. 

Colligny 71. 

Collins 32, 242. 

Columbus 47. 

Columella 284. 

Combrune 287, 288. 

Condamine 103. 

Condercet 62. 

Condillac 172. 

Confucius 159. 

Conringius 264. 

Conftable 171. 

Conftantinus 163, 277. 

Cook 90, 91, 106. 

Cooke 221. 

Coombe 134, 136, 302. 

Cooper 32, 40, 161, 288. 

Cope 277. 

Cordineer 107. 

Coftard 247. 

Code 153, 342. 

Coftigan 101. 

Courbeville 151. 

Courtenay 301. 

Couftos 36. 

Cowley 312. 

Cowper 135, 307 

Coxe 90, 91, 99. 

Coyer 42. 

Crabbe 300, 301. 

Cracanthrop 6. 

Cramer 265. 

Crantz 8, 31. 

Craven 576. 

Crawford 57, 145, 160, 315. 



39° 



Index of Names* 



Crawfurd, 65. 

Creech 311. 

Crevier 47. 

Croix 33. 

Crollius 263. 

Cromwell 176, 360. 

Cronzeck 313. 

Crofby 8. ' 

Crouch 219. 

Croufaz 171, 173. 

Crufius 66. 

Crutwell 59. 

Cudworth 1 15. 

CufF293. 

Cullen 29, 262, 272, 274, 275. 

Cumberland 46, 53, 69, 232. 

Cumming 244. 

Cummins 96, 137. 

Cunceus 9. 

Cunn 239, 240. 

Cunningham 29, 218, 225, 

Curterius 161. 
Curtis 75. 



D 

Dacier 31, 50. 

Dacofta 76. 

D'Aguillon 235. 

Daille 129. 

D'Alembert 347. 

Dalibard 85/ 

Dalrymple 25, 91, 231. 

Dandini 97. 

Daniel 36. 

Dante 315. 

D'Anvers 362. 

D'Argens 140, 357,361,362, 

D'Amay 67. 

D'Arvieux 102. 

D'Affigny 121. 

D'Autercche '89. 

D'Avenant 185. 

Davenport 145. 

Daventer 262. 

Pavidfon 1 1 1 . 

Davie 69, 137, 145, 175. 



Davila 23. 

Davis 262. 

Davy 103. 

Dawfon 222. 

Day 156, 157, 189, 193. 

Deane 179, 214. 

De Burigny 39. 

De Chales 239. 

De Foe 27, 315, 345. 

De Fontaine 48. 

Dekker 264. 

Delancey 225. 

Delany 348. 

De L'Hofpital 238. 

De Lolme 349, 381. 

De Moivre 220. 

De Mcnchy 270. 

Dempfter 30. 

Demolthenes 168, 172. 

Denham 306. 

De Parthenay 45. 

De Pile 48. 

De Poivre 103. 

De Reaumur 8j. 

De Retz 66. 

Derham 79, 123. 

Derrick 363. 

Defaguliers 254, 290, 291, 

292. 
De Sauvages 82. 
Defcartes 236, 238, 291, 
Des Couftures 161. 
Deflandes 182. 
D'Efpie 254. 
De Thou 13. 
De Veil 231. 
D'Eves 371. 
De Wit 50. 
Dewfbury 115. 
D'Hofpital 52. 
Dicey 66. 
Dickinfon 91, 97, 148, i86> 

200. 
Dickfon 283. 
Dicfon 1 18. 
Digby 65. 
Dillenius 76. 
Dillon 90, 
Dilworth 243, 



Index of Names. 



39* 



DImfdale 272, 273. 

Diodorus Siculus 19. 

Diogenes Laertius 19, 63. 

Dion Caffius 18. 

Dionis 272, 

Diony fius HalicarnafTenfis 19. 

Difney 357. 

Ditton 243. 

D'lvernois 58. 

Dobbs 107. 

Dobfon 47, 56. 

D'Obfonville 384. 

Dodd 81, 144, 145, 299, 315, 

3 6 °*. 
Doddridge 36, 67. 

Dodge 103. 

Dodington 57. 

Dodonseus 277. 

Dodfley 311, 340. 

Dodfon 242, 296. 

Dodwell 123, 153. 

Domat 222. 

Donn 242. 

Doolittle 70. 

Doffie 284, 289. 

Douglas 47, 59, 100, 224, 

225, 228, 262, 382. 
Dow 25. 
Downman 314. 
Drake 18, 266, 277. 
Drayton 199, 216. 
Drelincourt 121. 
Drinkwater 27. 
Drummer 205. 
Drummond 63, 87. 
Dryden37, 38, 52, 311, 313, 

360. 
Ducerceau 45. 
Duche 131, 134, 136, 137, 

212. 
Duck 305. 
Dugdale 109. 
Du Halde 39. 
Du Hamel 334, 337. 
Duke 306. 
Du Monceau 281. 
Du Moulin 161. 
Dunbar 155. 
Duncan 18, 174, 273, 274. 



Duncombe 58, 230, 358, 365. 

Dunlap 330. 

Dunn 106, 159, 246. 

Dupin 5, 48. 

Du Pratz in. 

Dutton 146, 242, 

Dyer 314. 



Eaftburn 61. 

Eaton 122. 

Echard 1 1, 44, 55. 

Eden 96, 213. 

Edmundfon 125, 25S. 

Edwards 76, 137, 172, 

Egede 109. 

Eliot 160, 285. 

Ellington 137. 

Elliot 130, 349. 

Ellis 76, 78, 95, 177, 282, 

283. 
Ellwood 2, 50, 313. 
Elphinfton 66. 
Elfe 273. 
Elton 1 15. 

Emerfon 243, 244, 243*. 
Emilius 63. 
Enfield 144, 291, 365. 
England 151. 
Entick 11, 42, 222. 
Epicletus 151, 153, 162. 
Erafmus 320, 321, 324, 36$. 
Erckern 260, 286. 
Erefius 75. 
Efchelfkroon 70. 
Efop 319, 324. 
Efpenius 165. 
Efprit 142. 
Eftaugh 143. 
Etmuller 272. 
Euclid 239, 240. 
Euripides 298, 299. 
Eufebius Pamphilius 6, 156* 
Euftathius 168, 261. 
Evagrius Scholafticus 6. 
Evans 107, 136, 179, 265, 

306, 336. 



39 2 

Evelyn 281. 
Everard 115, 383. 
Ewing 240. 



Index of Names, 



Fabricius 42, 356. 

Falck 252. 

Falconbridge 157. 

Falconer 77, 251. 

Farley 351. 

Farneworth 13, 23. 

Farro 166. 

Felltham 328. 

Felton 174. 

Fenelon 126, 140, 166, 172. 

3 J 9- 

Fenn 28. 

Fenning 243, 377. 

Fenton 359. 

Fergufon 26, 107, 177, 246, 

247, 290, 294. 

Ferris 275. 

Feuquieres 44. 

Fiddes 11. 

Field 141. 

Fielding sh I0I > 2 3 J > 3°7> 

34 2 - 
Fingal 298. 

Finley 138, 145. 

Fiia 136. 

Fiftier 113, 146, 243, 359, 

.373. 
Fitz-Adam 364. 
Fitzofborne 339. 
Flamfteed 245. 
Flavel 142. 
Flechier 40. 
Fleetwood 50, 122. 
Fletcher 305. 
Fleury 172. 
Flloyd 74, 361. 
Florus 71. 
Fcefius 261, 280. 
Fonte 77. 

Fontenelle 63, 352, 361. 
Forbes 140, 143. 



Fordyce 52, 159, 160, 273, 

316. 
Forman 32. 
Formey 360. 
Forreft 85, 90. 
Forfter 3, 82, 84, 89, 90, 91, 

97,120, 134, 136, 151,224, 

272, 335- 
Fothergill 131, 142, 264. 
Foulis 5. 
Foulke 2. 
Fourcroy 295. 
Fowler 140. 
Fox 4, 114, 117, 145. 
Francis 312. 
Franklin 78, 198, 200, 211, 

289, 291, 298, 329, 335, 

343> 348, 35 1 * 3 6 9- 
Frafer 51. 

Freherus 19. 

Freigius 368. 

Freinfheim 46. 

Freke 80. 

Freneau 316. 

Frefnoy 23, 37, 170, 300,. 

Frewen 274. 

Frey 8. 

Frezier 89. 

Friend 269. 

Fritfchius 272. 

Frontinus 257. 

Fuller 6, 15, 128, 159* 

FufTeli 326. 



G 

Gage 95, 105, 198. 
Gaine 330, 331. 
Gale 197, 202. 
Galenus 280. 
Galland 369. 
Galloway 72, 200. 
Gammon 141. 
Ganganelli 365. 
Garden 57, 145. 
Gardiner 262, 275, $6t- 
Gamier 278. 
Gafceudi 248, 



Index of Names, 



393 



Gafi: 27. 

Gafton 124. 

Gay 304, 312, 314. 

Geddes 171, 345. • 

Gee 221. 

Genlis 323, 380. 

Gerard 123. 

Gefner 20, 312. 

Gibbon 26, $6 t 167. 

Gibbons 139. 

Gibbs 46, 253. 

Gibfon 81, 105, 222, 239. 

Gilbert 106. 

Gillie 69. 

Gillies 27. 

Gilmore 252. 

Gilpin 42, 51, 349. 

Glafs 21, 64. 

Glauber 260. 

Glover 298, 314. 

Goddard 50, 263, 328, 338, 

352. 
Godfrey 299, 302, 348, 383, 
Godolphin 228. 
Godwyn 7, 8. 
Goguet 294. 
Goldham 148. 
Goldinge 72. 
Goldney 119. 
Goldfmith 62, 82, 299. 
Gordon 10, 14, 31, 44, 46, 87, 

108 136, 220, 252, 358, 

3<53> 374- 
Gracian 151. 

Graham 37. 

Grainger 298. 

Grant 152, 263. 

Granville 363. 

Graunt 334. 

Gravefande 290. 

Gray 297, 307, 365*. 

Greaves 341. 

Greenvill 

Greenwood 166. 

Gregory 160, 247, 271, 345, 

35°. 

GrefTet 299. 

Grew 75, 82. 



D d 



Grey 31, 299. 

Grieve 88, 271. 

Griffith 99, 136, 160. 

Groenvelt 268. 

Gronovius 19, 82. 

Grofe 27, 100. 

Grotius 72, 148, 222, 234, 

3°3> 3 l6 - 
Grove 153, 314, 

Guarini 314. 

Guendeville 320. 

Guiccardini 50, 30, 368. 

Guillim 258. 

Gurney 289. 

Guthrie n, 106, 107, 152, 

170, 171* 34-6- 
Gyllius 33. 

H 

Habefci 57. 

Hacke 96. 

Hackluyt 87, 93. 

Hadley 25?. 

Halbert 366. 

Hale 81, 113, 178, 224, 269, 

270, 361. 
Hales 250, 29$. 
Halfpenny 254. 
Hall 125, 143, 329. 
Haller 267. 
H alley 246, 247. 
Hallifax 340, 358, 364. 
Hamilton 18, 47, 238. 
Hammon 138. 
Hammond 38, 242. 
Hampton 39, 177. 
Hanbaefius 165. 
Hanway 21, 178, 346, 350. 
Hare 131. 
Hargrave 232. 
Harrington 117, 176. 
Harris 17, 49, 54, 73, 86, 227, 

237, 248, 278, 347. 
Harrifon 244. 
Harte 21, 283. 
Hartley 121^ 125* 
Hartwell 38. 
d 



394 



Index of Names, 



Harvey 78, 280. 

Harwood 274, 279. . 

Hatfell22 8. 

Haukfbee 294. 

Hajitville 5 1 . 

Hawkins 59, 223. 

Hawkfbee 250, 

Hawkfworth 89, 98, 319, 338. 

Hawles 235. 

Hawley 49. 

Hayes 218, 241. 

Kaygarth 275. 

Hay ley 300. 

Ha; ward 62,. 312. 

Heath 343. 

Hcathcote L24. 

Heineccius 23 r r 

Heifs 45. 

Heliodorus 64. 

Helfham 292. 

Helvetius 157, 379. 

Helvicus 16. 

Henckel 79. 

Henly 11, 233/340. 

Hennepin 93. 

Henry 29, 70, 273, 274, 275. 

Heraclitus i6i. 

Herbert 20, 28, 88, 118. 

Hermes 367. 

Herodian 63. 

Heron 173. 

Herrera 34, 106. » 

Herring 120. 

Hertzberg 194. 

Hervey 100, <\ 19,. .123, 125, 

T41, 144, 276, 3x1, 
Hewitt 219. 
Hewfon 273. 
Heylen 114. 
Heylyn 11. ?. 

Heyman 95. 
Heynfius 251. 
Hichborn 336. 
Hickeringill 337. 
Hickes 166. 
Hieroclis 161. 
Hieronymus 334. 
Hi^gins .8 3.- 
Jiighmore 376, 



Hildrop 358. 

Hill 73, 74 79, 242, 262, 279, 

28 3> 3°4> 3 l6 > 333- 
Hippocratgs 261, 269, 271,, 

2 74- 
Hitt 282, 283. 

Hobbes 32 162, 177. 

Hodge 266. 

Hoffman 274. 

. Hogarth 325. 

Holbeine 324. 

Holberg 50. 

Holcroft 323, 374, 375, 384. 

Holder 248. 

Hole 307. 

Holland 74, 367. 

Hollwell 48, 132. 

Holt 42, 330, 331. 

Home 170, 273, 284, 311. 

Homer 297, 299, 307, 312,- 

3 J 7- 
Honey wood 17, 

Hood 198. 

Hooke 20, 46, 53, 73, 294. 

Hooker 113. 

Hookes 126. ; 

Hoole 173, 306, 311, ■ 314, 

• 33 2 - 
Hooper 1^7. 

Hopkins 134, 200. 

Hopkinfon 298, 302. 

Horace 301, 308, 311, 312, 

3I7- 
Home 165. 

Horrebow 73. 

Horfman 222. 

Hotoman 34. 

Houlfton 275. 

Howard 350, 384. 

Howel 1 1, 42, 342. t 

Hubbard 29, 38, 6c. 

Hudfon 166. 

Huet 219. 

Hughes 73, 322, 363. 

Hull 349. 

Hume 23, 62, 68, 69, xn 9 

i59> 2 39> 344- 
Humphreys 11, 7.8, 85, 122, 

$29* 33°> 33 8 - 

- 



Index of Names. 



395 



Hunt 136, 178, 192, 2c8. 
Hunter 263, 264, 284. 
Hurd 26, 131. 
Hufband 137. 
Hutchefon 151, 160, 237. 
Hutchins 61, no. 
Hutchinfon 46, 187. 
Huygens 247, 248. 



L 

Iamblichus 3c. 
Ibycus 317. 
Imifon 288. 
Innes 279, 
Inflee 3.30. 
Irwin 90, 301. 
Ifocrates 171, 174. 



J 



Jackfon 23, 122, 270, 336. 

Jacob 222 224. 

James 50, 73, 122, 253, 260, 



>» f\ 



2 7 2 > 33°> 5 01 - 
Jannotius 72. 

J a y 337*353- 
Jebb 233, 357. 

Jefferfon 356. 

Jeffrey 13, 22. 

Jeffrey* 88, 91, 106, 107, 335. 

Jenkins 119. 

Jennings 54, 133 144. 

Jenty 266. 

Jerningham 301, 307. . 

Johnfon4i, 69, 99, 132, 162, 

169, 296, 301, 315, 322, 

364, 372, 373. 
Jones 13, 38, 98, 134, 136, 

138, 213,-253, 333, 342. 
Jontel 100. 
Jortin 25. 
Jofephus 14, 31, 
JoiTdyn 85, 103, 
Jovius 19. 
Junius 2. 



Juftamond $$, 275. 
Juftice 228. 
Juftin Martyr 114*.. 
Juftin i an 235. 
Juvenal 297, 313, 



K 






Kaims 334. 

Kalm 97. 

Kearfley 336. 

Keate69, 92, 301, 323, 376.' 

Keating 10. 

Keeble 222. 

.- - . 

Keill 240, 247, 248, 266, 295. 

Keimer 229. 

Keith 24, 91, 147, 213. 

Kellwaye 276. 

Kemp 276. 

Kempfer 14. 

Kempis 114, 128. 

Kennedy 246. 

Kennet53» 119, 324. 

Kennicott 2. 

Kent 284. 

Keppel 226. 

Kerckringius 264, 28c 

Kerr 45. 

Kerfey 241. 

Keyfler 88, 376. ' 

Kimber 374. 

King 91, 124. 

Kinnerfley 146, 296. 

Kippax 218. - 

Kippis 18, 273. 

Kippur 130. 

Kirby 325. 

Kircher 75, 296. 

Kirkland 273. 

Kirkpatrick 132. 

Kirwan 83, 84 

Klopftock 311, 313. 

Knight 290. 

Knolles 17. 

Knowles 252. 

Knox 12, 24, 167, jj$ f 

Koffler 201. 

Kolben 94. 



. 



. 






• 



39<> 

Krantzims 20. 
Kruger 167. 
Kunkel 272. 



Lactanthis 356. 

Lambert 345. 

Lurcilius 261. 

Landen 238, 241. 

Lane ic6. 

Langalkrie 37. 

Langhorne 54, 300, 314. 

Langle 103. 

Langley 238, 253. 

Langwith 22. 

Lant 106. 

Lardner 1 15, 121. 

Laiham 78. 

La Trobe 8. 

Laughton 166. 

Laval 8. 

Lavater 335. 

Lavoifier 274. 

Law 121, 123, 127, 221. 

Lawfon 76, 171. 

Lay 159. 

Leapor 305. 

Le Beau 54. 

Le Blanc 341. 

Le Brun 327. 

Le JSruyn 88. 

Le Cat 79. 

Lechford 36, 52. 

Le Clerc 3,37, 49., 267, 356. 

Lediard 15, 24, 33. 

Lee 80, 179, 189, 196, 226, 

227. 
Leechman 15.1. 
Leeuwenhoeck 78. 
Lefanu 131. 
Le Febure 263. 
Le Grand 96. 
Leigh 15, 275, 353. 
Leland 22, 25, 55, 116, 119, 

123, 127, 172. 
Lemery 261, 272, 
Leoni 253. 
Le Poivre 10 1- 



Index of Names* 






Leflie 145, 344. 

L'Eftrange 14, 29, 154, 319. 

Lettfom 56, 59, 263. 

Levi 8. 

Lewis 31, 48, 261, 267, 274, 

287, 288. 
Leybourn 249, 329. 
Lhuyd 19. 
Lidenius 117. 
Liechtenaw 20. 
Lightfoote 122. 
Lilburne 230. 
Lilly 222. 
Limborch 6. 
Lind 270. 
Linden 268. 
Linguet 70, 208* 
Linn 145. 
Linnseus 82. 
Lifle 281. 
Lifter 74. 
Littlebury 34. 
Littlepage 337. 
Livingfton 135. 
Livy 63, 360. 
Llewelyn 172. 
Lloyd 43. 

Lobb 267, 268, 272. 
Locke 114, 126, 154, 1665 

170, 181, 341. 
Lockman 12, 94, 119. 
LofFt 315. 
Logan 152, 199I 
Longinus 171, 175. 
Lorenzini 262. 
Lothian 29. 
Love 239. 
Lovibond 315. 
Lowe 243. 
Lowman 138, 154. 
Lowth 116, 173. 
Lowthorp 333. 
Lucan 310, 312, 383. 
Lucas 152, 159. 
Lucretius 311, 316. 
Ludolphus 17. 
Ludwig 163. 
Lyttleton 20, 202, 334, 34?* 



Index of Names. 



397 



M 



Mably 6$, 70, 154. 
Macauley 21, 109, 131, 177, 

186, 191. 
Macbean 154. 
Maccarty 137. 
M c Connell 209. 
M c Cormick 26. 
Machiavel 23* 65, 210, 214. 
Machin 241, 294. 
M c Kean 210. 
Mackenfie 13, 268. 
Macknight 116, 118. 
Mac Laine 7, 144, 276. 
Mac Laurin 243, 290, 293. 
Macmahon 194. 
Mac Pherfon 25, 27, 298, 307. 
Macquer 44, 267. 
Macrobius 356. 
Maciparren 146. 

Madan 144. 

Madox 25. 

Maffei 170. 

Magaw 136, 138. 

Magens 218. 

Mahon 291. 

Maillet 81. 

Maimbcurg 52, 71. 

Mair 242. 

Maitland 10, 12, 16. 

Maizeaux 12, 304, 322. 

Major 13. . 

Malcolm 241, 326. 

Mallet 42, 54, 347, 360. 

Mallincrot 63. 

Malpighius 75, 279. 

Malynes 217. . 

Mandeville 345. 

.Mangetus 261. 

Manning 39, 40. 

Manningham 255, 262. 

Manftein 25. 

Mariana 14, 30. 

Marigny 44. 

Markoe 306. 

Marlborough ( Dutch efs of) 42. 

Marmontel 321, 323. 
Marriot 202, 215, 305. 



127, 
3^1, 



303* 



Marfden 27. 

Marfhall 83, 97, 145, 281, 

284. 
Martial 310. 
Martin 105, 109, 146, 211, 

221, 243, 250, 293, 341., 

345- 
Martinius 163. 

Martyn 177, 339. 

Mafcou 24. 

Maferes 241. 

Mafon 124, 125, 

272, 289, 300, 

305, 314, 365. 
Matheolus 261. 
Mather 38, 71, 81. 
Matlack 336. 
Maturantius 168. 
Maty 101, 335. 
Mauconellus 168. 
Maundrell 97. 
Maupertius 109, 212, 362. 
Maurice 301. 
Maurier 37. 
Maylem 30S. 
Mayer 252. 
Mayhew 130, 134, 136, 141, 

352* 
Maynard 122. 
Maximus 368. 
Maxwell 282. 
Mead 262, 267, 343, 352. 
Mecom 352. 
Medaille 366. 
Medley 94. 
Melmouth 155, 342. 
Menage 368. 
Menander 310. 
Meneftrier 259. 
Mentzer 128. 
Mercer 233. 
Merchant 68. 
Meferes 202, 215, 
Metaftafio 314. 
Mezeray 16, 71. 
Michaelis 116. 
Mickle 299, 300. 
Middleton 20, 39, 114, 

12 4> 333> 34 3 - 



11 



3> 



39» 



Index of Najne*. 



Midon 34. 

Milbourn 128. 

Millan 364. 

Millar 29, 123, 151, 280, 281. 

282. 
Millot $5. 
Mills 47, 282, 299. 
Milne 77. 
Milner 83, 221. 
Milton 52, 176, 305,307, 313, 

329- 
Mindieu 163. 

Minto 295. 

Minucius 148. 

Mirabeau 193. 

MifTon 92. 

Mitchell 288, 305. 

Moderatius 284. • 

Modeftus 257. 

MoiFet 365. 

Moliere 314, 315, 317. 

Molineaux 47, 232. 

Moll 105, 107. 

Molloy 218. ' 

Monboddo 173, 236. 

Monck 28. 

Monmouth (Earl of) 16. 

Montague 102, 183. 

Montanus 10. 

Montemayor 323. 

Montefquieu 212, 229, 346, 

Montfaucon 1 1 . 
Monro 75, 260, 263, 271, 279. 
Montgomery 134, 136. 
More 30!, 302, 303, 306, 307, 

314, 316, 321, 324, $65. 
Morell 151. 
Morgan 2, 23, 35, 62, 127, 

135, 141, 201, 220, 258, 

270, 276, 
Morris 179. 
Morfe 377. 
Mortimer 70, 193. 
Morton 29, 38, 54, 336, 
Moryfon 87. 
Mofely 275. 
Moiheim 7,8. 
Motherby v 2 61/ 






Motraye 87. 

Motte 294, 336. 

Mottley 67. 

Moufetus 75. 

Mountaine 252, 342, 367. 

Moyle 345. 

Moxon 292, 294, 296, 362, 

Muffet 74. 

Muller 88, 256. 

Mun 221. 

Munfter $$. 

Muratori 102. 

Murphy 307. 

Murray 251. 

Musihenbrock 293. 

Mynor 279. 



N 

Nalfon 181. 

Nani 17. 

Nare 165. 

Nary 12. 

Nauclerus 19. 

Naude 368. 

Naunton 36. 

Neal 8, 60. 

Neale 278. - 

Necker 193. 

Needham 79. 

Nelfon 141, 235, 343* 

Nettle ton j 53, 159. 

Neves 254. 

Nevill 226* . 

Newcombe 2, 297, 311- 

Newcome n6 ; 117, 144* 

Newhoufe 251. 

Newman 261. - 

Newton 116, 117, 127, s6i f 
242, 246, 249, 250, 290, 
291, 292, 293, 294. 

Nicholas 77. 

Nichols 26, 314, 368. 

Nicholfon 16, 41, 253, 295* 

Nickolls 161, 176- 

Nicccles 154. 

Nicolas 256. 

Nieuhoffie. 












. 



Index of Names'* 



399 



Nizolius 165. 
Noble 59. 
Nogarola 63. 
Noorthouck 56*. 
Norden-&6, 95. 
Korrii J 3 9 . 

North 214. 

Nugeht 24, "44, 9/7, 102, 172. 

I 

o 

Oakes 58. 

Ockley 54, 69. 

O'Conner 373. 

O'Flaherty 30. 

Ogden 144, 3554.- 

Ogilby 10, 104. 

Ogilvie 16, 299, 304, 314. 

Ogle 304. 

O'Halloran 29. 

Olaus Magnus 112. 

Olavius Celfius 79. 

Oldham 312. 

Oldys 17, 361. 

O'Leary 133. 

Oliver 187, 248. 

Oprian 78. 

Orleans 64. 

Orofius 64. 

Orrery (Earl of) 103. 

Orrery 43, 53. 

Ortelian 377. 

Ofbeck 82. 

Oibrio 46. 

Oilian 298. 

Oiwald 130, 330, 337. 

Otis 205. 

Ottolenghe 84. 

Otway 318. 

Onghtred 240. 

Overly 239. 

Ovid .305, 313, 317. 

Owen 85, 338. 

Ozanam 238, 292. 

Ozell 37, 174. 



Packe 260. 

Paine 194, 202, 203. 



e 



. 






; 



Palafox 37. 
Paley 152. 
Palingenius 317. 
Pallifer 226. 
Palmer 24, 288. 
Pamphilius 6. 
Pancirollus 369: 
Paracelfus 260, 261, 263, 36$ 
Pardies 240* 
Pareu-s 174. 
Paris 19. 

Parke 212, 308, 381. 
I Parker 27, 159, 248, 286, 330, 

33 *• ■ [ .; * 

Parkinfon 74, 281. 

Parnell 305, 314. 

Paifon 76, 79. 

Pafchall 31, 119. 

Paterculus 71. 

Patin 368. 

Patinus 72. 

Patoun 252. 

Paul 350. 

Paufanias 19, 42. 

Payne 53. 

Pearce 131. 

Pearfall 139. 

Pearfon 83, 125. • 

Pechy 266. • 

Peck 13. 

Peckard 139. 

Pemberton 117, 268,29©, 

Penhallow -68. 

Penn 9, 113, 118, 143, 205. 

Pennant 77, 82, 89, 90, 9;/ 

Pennington 115. - 

Pennyman 360. 

Penrofe 81. 

Percival 279, 366. 

Perizonius 174. 

Perrault 37, 253. 

Perreaud 367. 

Perrin 165. 

Perry 14, 348. 

Perfms 313, 316. 

Perfon 346. 

Petavius 63. 

Peterborough (Bifliop of) £. 

Peters 117, 283. 



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• 






400 

Petrarch 316, 318. 
Petronius 324. 
Pettus 260, 28$. 
Petty 69. 
Phsedrus 317. 
Phaer 306. 
Phelips 47. 
Philemon 310. 
Phillips 162, 166. 
Phipps 91. 
Phivier 78. 
Phocion 154. 
Photius 332. 
Picart 247. 
Pierce 116, 133. 
Pierfon 137. 
Pigonati 18. 
Pike 139, 243. 
Pilkington 67, 375. 
Pilmore 133, 167. 
Pilpay 313. 
Pindar 317. 
Pine 105. 
Pinto 116. 
Piozzi 70, 355, 
Pifo 75. 
Pi tot 252. 

Pitt 9, 202, 298, 305- 
Pittman 25. 
Plaifted 1 ci. 
Platina 15. 
Plato 176, 357. 
Plautius 280, 305, 317. 
Playfair 245. 

Pliny 74> 75» 355> 3 68 - 

Plotinus 236. 

Plott 74. 

Pluche 124, 247. 

Plutarch 18, 31, 150. 

Pocoke 87, 105-. 

Pointer 80. 

Polano 6. 

Pollnitz 94, 1 ci. 

Pollux 332. 

Polybius 63, 177, 257. 

Polydore Virgil 20, 367, 

Pomet 261. 

Pomfret 311. 

Pom me 278. 



Index of Names. 



Pompadour 67. 

Pontefract 366. 

Pontoppidan 73. 

Pope 171,297, 304, 312,316, 

318, 361, 362, 363, 365. 
Porter 367. 
Porterfield 82. 
Porteus 60, 131. 
Portroyall 158, 164. 
Poflelius 165. 
Poft 94. 
Poftlethwait 105, 184, 217, 

218, 219. 
Pott 270, 271, 276. 
Potter 42, 49, 169, 299, 300. 
Pownall 78, 185, 192, 197. 
Pratt 300, 36$. 
Prenties 103. 
Price 75, 130, 154, 186, 189, 

193, 208, 220, 254. 
Prideaux 3, 1 20. 
Prieftley 116, 131, 133, 139, 

164, 167, 185, 237, 249, 

272, 290, 295, 326. 
Prince 60, 66, 117. 
Pringle 265, 270, 273. 
Priolo 64. 
Prior 46, 267, 311. 
Prodicus 162. 
Propertius 3 10, 317. 
Pruflia (King of) 56. 
Pfalmanaazaar 320. 
Puffendorff 34, 49, 161, 223. 
Pugh 142, 374. 
Pullein 80, 82,. 283, 289. 
Pultney 83. 
Purchas 87. 
Purver 1. 
Pye 301. 
Pythagoras 30. 



Quefnel 3. 

Quincey 190, 195, 205, 265, 

266, 268, 269. 
Quintilian 174. 
Quixote 306, 321. 



Index of Names, 



401 



R 



Rabener 364. 

Racine 317, 318. 

Rack 349. 

Raleigh 17, 41. 

Ralph 11. 

Ramazini 269. 

Ramfay 59, 68, 116, 149, 155, 

I57> 33 6 - 
Randall 281, 282. 

Rapin 33, 171, 174, 214. 

Rafpe 98. 

Rawlinfon 170. 

Ray 75, 84, 93, 125, 140, 180, 

381. 
Raymond 53. 
Raynal 55. 

Read 199, 269, 329, 338. 
Reader 134, 139. 
Reed 179, 201, 209. 
Rees 330. 

Reid i?i, 154, 273. 
Reilly 331. 
Renaudot 97. 
Revett 13. 

Reynolds 289, 326, 328, 344. 
Ricaut 9, 15, 17. 
Richard ill. 
Richardibn 99, 123, 171, 175, 

,288, 323, 348, 353. 
Riefbeck 101. 
Rigby 274. 
Rimius 7, 8, 22. 
Riollay 274. 
Rittenhoufe 246. 
Riverius 276. 
Rivingten 330. 
Roberts 70, 76, 217. 
Robertfon 20, 24, 26, 32, $3, 

165, 252, 273, 329. 
Robinfon 350. 
Robfon 48, 100. 
Roche Foucault 159. 
Rocque 105. 
Rodiginus 332. 
Rogers 32, 96. 
Renault 292, 295. 



Roilin 34, 35,65, 164, 166. 

Rolt 40, 2 r 7. 

Romans 82, 85. 

Rondeletius 277. 

Rooke 49. 

Roque 377. 

Rofconmion 306. 

Rofe 64, 8^. 

Rofinus 30. 

Rouille 12. 

Rous 30. 

RomTeau 154, 167, 175, 212, 

324, 380. 
Rowe 54, 64, 153, 242, 312, 

319, 321. 
Rowland 28. 
Rowley 299. 
Rowning 292. 
Rudd 262. 
Ruefner 368. 
RufFhead 62, 227. 
Rufus 71. 
Rumphius 75. 
Rumfey 355. 
Ruin 152, 158, 210, 214, 2.15, 

276, 277. 
Rufhworth 16. 
RufTel 3, 76, 160, 278, 334. 
Rutherford 230. 
Rutty 6, 126, 261. 
Rymer 18. 



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Sacheverell 230. 

St. Amour 15. 

St. Clair 226. 

St John 99. 

St. Palaye 58. 

Sale 115. 

Salkeld 224. 

Salluft 62, 71. 

Salmafius 18, 331. 

Salmon 24, 47/73, 254, 270* 

288. 
Sammes 15;. 
Sam well 28, 264. 



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Index of Names* 



Samber 267. 

Sancho 366. 

Sanchoniatho 53. 

San&ius 174. 

Sandby 106. 

Sandy 87. 

Sappho 317. 

Saul 81. 

Sault 329. 

Saunders 274. 

Saunderfon 114, 242. 

Saurin 1 1 1, 132. 

Savage 315, 340. 

Savary 100, 217. 

Sawyer 13. 

Saxby 218. 

Saxe 255, 256, 257. 

Say 147. 

Sayre 147, 

Scaliger 72, 173, 174, 245, 

368. 
Scapula 163. 
Scarron 322 
Schedius 148. 
Scheele 272. 
Schindlerus 162. 
Schomberg 68, 233. 
Schooten 238. 
Schuyler 226. 
Scioppius 174. 
Scott 16, 27, 117, 125, 173, 

207, 307. 
Scrafton 55. 
Scurray 53. 
Seaman 68. 
Search 155. 
Seeker 133. 
Seddon 329. 
Selden 113, 328, 363. 
Sellius 77. 
Seneca 151, 154, 158, 309, 

3!7> 368. 
Senex 105. 
Septalius 279. 
Serle 250. 
Serviez 50. 
Sevigne 363. 
Seward ioi, 300. 
Sewel 6, 



Seymour 11. 

Shaftfbury 154, 341, 360. 

Shakefpeare 304. 

Sharpe 8,50,58, 92, 131, 132, 
155, 160, 165, 193, 195, 
207, 232, 233, 327, 330, 

35°> SS 2 > 379- 
Shaw 59, 87, 109, 262, 266, 

268, 269, 270, 276, 333. 

Sheen 58. 

Shefferus 17. 

Sheffield 189, 193, 220, 343, 

3 6 4- 
Shenftone 304. 

Sheridan SS* 163," 164, 313, 

3\ 6 > 3+8. 

Sheringham 6^. 

Sherlock 103, 130. 

Shmeitz 286. 

Short 81, 180. 

Shrigley 79. 

Shuckford 41, 124. 

Sidney 176, 181. 

Sigonius 19. 

Silius Italicus 317. 

Simes 256. 

Simitiere 176. 

Simon 2, 3, 116. 

Simonides 317. 

Simplicius 153. 

Simpfon 232, 238, 243, 291. 

Sinclair 178. 

Sitzmanus 157. 

Skelton 322. 

Skinner 36, 163. 

Sleydan 5. 

Sloane 75, 344. 

Smart 298. 

Smibert 276. 

Smith 17, 22, 28, 31 36,45, 
52, 59, 80, 92, 96, 109 no, 
117, 123, 129, 134, 136, 
137, 138, 146, 152, 156, 
157, 178, 180, 215, 242, 
249, 251, 288, 301, 326, 
336, 353, 355. 

Smollet 21, 43, 59, 94, 3$9+ 

Smyth 99. 
I Snelgrave 36. ■ 






index of Names. 



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Soave 7. 

Socrates Scholaflicus 6. 

Solinus 331. 

Somers 205, 234. 

Sophocles 298, 301, 303, 310. 

Soto 71. 

Southern 351. 

Spanheim 131. 

Sparrman 91, 

Speed 18, 20, 278. 

Spelman 20, 43. 

Spence 34, 149, 174, 363. 

Spencer 363. 

.Spenerus 14. 

Spinkes 126. 

Spinoza 121. 

Spon 16. 

Sprat 334. 

Sprengell 271. 

Squarcialupus 163. 

Squire 140. 

Stacie 45. 

Stackhoufe 1. 

Stahl 270, 272. 

Stalham 118. 

Stalker 286. 

Stanhope 40, 103, 153, 347, 

3 6 5* 
Staniilaus 65. 

Stanley 14, 23, 296. 

Stanton 143. 

Stanyan 49. 

Stapylton 297. 

Steele 313, 362. 

Stephanus 2, 162, 337. 

Sterne 365, 366. 

Stefichorus 317. 

Steuben 255, 257. 

Stevens 14, 34, 40, 51, 163, 

1 6 a. 

Stevenlbn 141, 172, 257. 

Stewart 185. 

Still man 134, 136. 

Stith 40. 

Stobseus 332. 

Stone 230, 244, 284. 

StooecaiHe 360, 

Story 113, 123. 

Strabo ic6. 



Strada 71. 

Strahlenberg 24. 

Strother 265. 

Strutt 27. 

Strype 5. 

Stuart 7, 13, 26, 151, 177, 

228. 
Stubbs 260. 
Stukely 17. 
Sturmius 240. 
Suckling 355. 
Suidas 163. t 
Sullivan 58, 100, 228. 
Sully 34. 
Sutherland 251. 
Swammerdam 74. 
Swan 131, 253. 
Swedenborg 74, 117, 132. 
Swift 43, 48, 320, 321, 33S, 

34 8 > 35 8 > 3 6 9> 3 8 4- . 
Swinburne 90, 224. 

Switzer 249, 282. 

Sydenham 266, 276, 333. 

Sykes 344. 



Tacitus 14, 46. 

Tacquet 239, 240, 249. 

Tailfer 52. 

Tapfel 74. 

Tarleton 28. 

Taylor 1, 5, 9, 94, 126, 362. 

Telemachus 319, 321, 322. 

Temple 328 339, 342, 349. 

Templeman 86, 95, 271. 

Tennent 61, 117, 129, 136, 

138, 146, 147, 195. 
Terence 304, 310, 317. 
Tertullian 1 14. 
Theocritus 309. 
Theodoretus 30. 
Theophraftus 79, 156, 162, 

379- 
Thickneffe 99, ioo» 

Thomas 71, 93, 16c. 

Thomfon 29, 56, 133, 299* 

3 I2 > 3 l8 > 335> 3 6 4« 
Thorley 81. 



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Thornton 377. 

Thorowgood 29. 34,0. 

Thuanus 19. 

Thucydides 18, 32, 63, 269. 

Thurloe 14. 

Thyer 342, 

Tibulius 310, 317. 

Tickeil 359. 

Tillotfon 113, 120, 122, 

Tilton 276. ' 

Timberlake 53. 

Tindall 105. 

Tiilbt 270, 278. 

Toland 39, 176. 

Tomkins 141. 

Tooke 62, 163. 

Torcy 35. 

Tcr*hno 221, 

Tott 58- 

Tournefort 78, 89, 261, 

Towers 57. 

Towne 335, 360. 

Townfend 13, 41. 

Trapp 119, 126. 

Tremellius 2, 3. 

Trenchard 358. 

Trimmer 4. 

Trhr:iegiitus 367* 

Trublet 359. 

Truiler 248. 

Tiyon 270. 

Tucker 185, 188, 207, 

Tall 280. ' 

Turbilly 283. 

Turgot 62, J 93. 

Turner 267, 272. 

Turfeilinu 3 9. 

Twyne 306. 

Tyer 320. 

u 

Udal ap Rhys 46. 

Umfreviiie 229. 

Underhiil 29. 

Untzcr 276. 

Up ion 1 70. • . 

Ufher 2, . ■ r. 

Uftariz 218. 

Uvedale 33. 



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Vaillant 30. 

Valentinus 280. 

Valerius Maximus 3560 

Valiancy 255, 

Valienus 157. 

Van Dam 331. 

Van Egmont 95. 

Van Heimont 260, 263. 

Vanfchagen 217. 

Vanfwieten 266, 278. 

Varenius 109. 

Varenus 101. 

Varlo 284. 

Varro 284. 

Vatablius 3. 

Vattel 177, 228, 

Vaux 273. 

Vegetius 257, 

Velly 54. 

Veneroni 164. 

Venner 264. 

Verelfl 25. 

Verney 279. 

Vernon 44, 363. 

Verftegan 39. 

Vertot 16, 31, 41, 62, 340, 

Vertue 25. 

VieufTens 261. 

Vigjerius 265. 

Virgil 298, 305, 306, 309, 

3*7- 

Voiture 360. 

Volney ici. 

Voltaire 32, 39, 49, 59, 61, 

66, 67, 70, 182, 23Q, 359, 

360. 
Von Lowhen 69. 
Von Straehlin 98. 
Von Troil 99. 
Voffius 30, 62, 63, 118, 163, 

168, 169, 174, 175, 337. 



w 

Wagftaffe 266. 

Walch 47. 

Walker i02> 165, 238. 



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405 



Wall 24c. 

Wallace 357. 

Waller 359. 

Walils 241. 

Walpoole 23, 377. 

Walter ^4. " 

Walton 1 1 4. 

Wanley 129. 

Wai barton 119, 130, 184, 

304, 362. 
Ward 12, 85, 164, 293, 306, 

312, 318, 345, 357. 
Warder 85. 
Ware 6, 17, 253. 
Warner 5, 21, 24, 25, 42, 

271, 295. 
Warrington 27. 
Warton 169, 173, 305, 307. 
Warville 158, 173, 220, 234, 

35 6 ; 
Warwick 36. 

Wafhington 212, 213, 234. 

Watfon 26, 132, 237, 279, 

294. 
Watton 46, 74, 173. 
Watts 124, 147, 160, 171, 

292, 307, 311, 349, 379 
Webb 147, 257, 327. 
Webfter 192, 194., 220. 
Wecker 329. 
Wedderburn 187. 
Weir 241. 
Wells 108. 
Werenfeliius 170. 
Wefkett 225. 

► Wefiey 102, 116, 143, 160, 
161. 
Weft 19, 23, 119, 123, 248. 
We file y 298. 
Wefton 45, 219, 287. 
Weyman 331. 
Whalley 123. 
Wharton 277. 
What el y 304. 
Whear 356. 
Wheelock 353. 

Whifton 31, 42, 46, 80, 120, 
239, 247. 



Whitaker 26, 62, 132. 
Whitbourne 340. 
Whitby 113, 157. 
White 132, 133, 274. 
Whitehead 121, 301, 316. 
Whitehurft 77. 
Whitelock II, 227, 340. 
Whitfield 116, 117, 118, 129, 

*37» *3 8 > H3> H5> H 6 » 

353> 3^4» 3 6 9> 378- 
Whitgitt 114. 

Whitworth 66, 185, 217, 330, 

Whynne 54. 

Whytt 264, 266, 278. 

Wigglefworth 208. 

Wildman 82. 

Wilkie 314, 

Wilkins 127, 162, 301, 321, 

3 28 > 34 1 - 
Willan 3, 274. 

Wiiles 96. 

Williams 26, 315. 

Willington 66. 

Willis 279, 280. 

Willoughby 75, 93. 

Wilmer 273. 

Wilfon 58, 59, 77, 78, 83, 

92, 116, 140, 142, 210, 215, 

239- 
Winchefler 315. 

Windham 178. 

Wingate 242. 

Winkleman 326. 

Winkler 294. 

Window 262. 

Winftanly 141. 

Winter 263. 

Wintringham 273. 

Witgeeft 352. 

Witherfpoon 130, 136, 187, 

353- 

Wifhort 43. 

Wolfius 168, 174, 292, 296. 
Wood 11, 59, ie8, 223, 234. 
Woodward 80, 81. 
Woolafton 115, 124. 
Woolman 130, 155. 
Worcefter 289. 



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Worlidge 285. 

Worfler 294. 

Wraxall 56 i, 59, 99. 

Wright 6, 20, 148, 219, 239, 

246. 
Wyndharn 91. 
Wynne 54. 



X 

Xenophon 35, 53, 332. 
Xylandrus 19. 



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Yardley 126. 
Yearfley 302, 307. 
Young 57, 159, 250, 268, 
281, 285, 306, 312. 



z 



Zaifberger 167. 
Zenger 223, 226. 
Zoilus 305. 
£ubley 134, 136. 



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In page 44 lin« 7, for Syriace, read Syriacum. 

p. 19, 1. 17, for Xylandeii, read Xylandri. 

P- 52. [ 15, /or ucfta, Waufta; & 1. i8,/or Archiolona, r^iArchsolon."?, 

p. 62, 1. 25, for N°- 1629, r«a/ 1619. 6 

p. 71, 1. 34, /or albrege, read abrege. 

p. 84, 1. 37,/r Cantabrigienfis, read Cantabn'gienfe, 

P- 93, 1. 23, /or N°" 226, r«a/ 246. 

P- io 3> 1. 36, /or daus, mzidans. 

p. 112, 1. 9,yormentarius, read commentarius. 

p. Il6, 1. 24,/crN°-295, readzgj. 

p. I42, 1. IO, for noVUS, read novos. 

P- I 47» 1. 3°» /or des, read de. 

P- *65> 1. 26, /or Graique, nW Greeque. 

p. *77, Le Droit des Gens par M. de Vattel— fhould be under Lav*, 

p. 214, N°- 821, alfo under Law. 

P- 2 35> 1. 13, /or antique, r<?a</ antiqua. 

p. 261, 1. 23, for Morbi, read Morbo. 

p. 262, 1. 23, for N°- 399, read 299. 

p. 278, 1. 26, for N°- 620—I, read 62O— 2. 

p. 304, 1. IO, for N°- 406, rraJ 409. 

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