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CATALOGUE 

OF THE PI11NTEJ3 BOOKS IN THE 
JOHN HYLANDS LIBRARY 



p., A. Collectanea Anglo-Minoritica ; or, a collec- 
tion of the antiquities of the English Franciscans : 
with an appendix concerning the English nuns 
of the order of S. Clare. By A[nthony] P[arkin- 
son]. 

2 parts in l vol. 4to. London, 1726 

P., C. L. A. A. P. D. Avis important aux refugiez 
sur leur prochain retour en France. [By Pierre 
Bayle.] 

12mo. Paris, I692 

P., D. A letter from a Jesuit at Paris, to his corre- 
spondent in London ; shewing the most effectual 
way to mine the government and Protestant 
religion. 

4to. London, 1679 

P., D., Gent. Severall politique and militarie 
observations upon the civill and militarie govern- 
ments, etc. 

4to. London, l648 

P., E. 

See Cranmer, T. A confutation of unwritten 
verities. \London, 1558.J 

P., E. The dialogue betwixt Cit and Bumpkin 
answered in another betwixt Tom the Cheshire 
piper and Captain Crackbrains. 

4to. London, 168O 

P., O. 

See Cicero, M. T. A translation of TuUy de 
Oratore. London, 1723. 

P., O. The moderate Parliament considered in this 
time of danger : being an answer to a letter sent 
by a person of quality about electing a member 
to sit in the ensuing Parliament. 

fol. [London, l679] 

VOL. III. 



P., H. Tumulus Decimarum ; or, the history of 
tythes from their nativity to this present day of 
their expected ruine and downfal, 1659- 

4to. London, 1659 

P., J. 

See Puritan discipline tracts. London, 1 842-60. 

P., J. An epistle to the Greeks, especially to those 
in and about Corinth and Athens : with certain 
queries propounded unto the two churches of 
Greeks and Romans. By J[ohn-] P[errot]. 

4to. London, 1661 

P., J. Honey out of the rock ; or, God's method 

in giving the sweetest comforts in sharpest 

combates. 

4to. London, 1644 

P., J. A letter to a friend in the country : being a 
vindication of the Parliament's whole proceed- 
ings this last session : with the state of the plot, 
and manner of its discovery. 

fol. [luondm, 1679] 

P., J., Esq., F.R.S. 

See Collection of the yearly bills of mortality. 
London, 17;">9-[1819]. 

P., K. Shakespear. By K[enrick] P[rescot]. 

4to. [Cambridge] 1774 

P., L. Biblioth^que choisie, ou notice de livres 

rares, curieux et recherch^s, qui font partie d'unc 

bibliothfeque de province appartenante k M. L. 

P[errickon]. 

Svo. Lyons, 1791 



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p * » *_PACIAUDI 



P * * *, M. L'Hindoiistan, ou religion, moeurs, 
usages, arts et metiers des Hindous, ouvrage orn^ 
de cent quatre planches, gravees d'aprfes les 
dessins faits pour M. L^ger ; redig6 d'aprfes les 
notices manuscrites explicatives de ces dessins, 
et augments, par M. P * * * [i.e. J. A. Pan- 
nelier]. 

6 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1816 

P., K. Elenchus elenchi, sive animadversiones in 
G. Batei Elenchum motuum nuperorum in 
Anglia : auctore R[obeeto] P[ugh]. 

8vo. Paris, 1664- 

P., S. A brief account of the new sect of Latitudin- 
arians : together with some reflections upon the 
new philosophy. 

4to. London, 1669 

P., T. &fi Mischief of impositions. London, 1 680. 

P., W., Esq. The divine right of kings asserted in 
general ; ours in particular : both by the laws of 

God, and this land. 

fol. [London, l680] 

P., W., Gent. Animadversions on the speech read 
by the late Lord Stafford at the place of execu- 
tion, plainly shewing the fallacy of all the 
asseverations of his innocency. 

fol. London, 1681 

PACATA Hibernia. See Stafford, T. 

PACATUS DEEPANIUS, Latinus. 

See Panegyric! veteres. Paris, 1676, etc. 

PACCIOLI, Luca. See Borgo, L. P. da. 

PACE, Eichard. 

See Fisher, J. Contio quam anglice habuit. 
Cambridge, 1521. 
,, Plutarch. Libellus de Avaritia. Eome, 
1522. 

PACETTUS, Dieghus. Obedientia potentissimi 
Emanuelis Lusitaniae regis ad Julium ii. Pont. 
Max. A.D. 1505. 

4to. Eome, 1505 

PACHE, Jean Nicolas. 

See Diunouriez, C. F. D. Correspondance. Paris, 
1793. 

PACHO, Jean Raimond. Relation d'un voyage 
dans la Marmarique, la Cyrdnaique, et les oasis 
d'Audjelah et de Maradeh. [With an atlas of 
plates.] 

1 vol. 4to and 1 vol. fol. Paris, 1827-29 



PACHUMERES, George. Historia rerum a M. Palae- 
ologo gestarum, ex interpretatione et cum notis 
P. PossiNi. [Greek and Latin. Scriptores 
historiae Byzantinae.] 

2 vols. fol. Po7ne, 1 666-69 

Paraphrasis in omnia Dionysii Areopagitae, 



Athenarum episcopi, opera quae extant. 

8vo. G. Morelius. Paris, 1561 

PACIANUS, Saint, Bishop of Barcelona. 

Se Claudianus Ecdicius Mamertus. De statu 
animae. Zv.iclMu, 1655. 
,, Cyprian, Saint. Epistles. [Library of 

Fathers.] 
„ Salvianus Massiliensis. De vero judicio et 
providentia Dei. Rome, 1 564. 

PACIAUDI, Paolo Maria. 

See Memorie de' gran maestri. Parma, 1780. 

Ad nummos consulares iii. viri Marei Antonii 

animadversiones philologicae, accedit explicatio 
tabulae Peloponnensis. 

4to. Rome, 1757 



— De athletarum Kv^io-Ti/o-fi in palaestra Grae- 
corum commentariolum. 

4to. Rome, 1)56 

— De Beneventano Cereris Augustae mensore 
exegesis. 

4to. Rome, 1753 

— De cultu S. Johannis Baptistae antiquitates 
Christianae, accedit in veterem ejusdem ordinis 
liturgiam commentarius. 

4to. Rome, 1755 

— De rebus Sebastiani Paulii congregationis 
matris Dei commentarius epistolaris. 

4to. [Rome, 1751 ?] 



De sacris Christianorum balneis. 

4to. Rome, 1758 



— Diatribe qua Graeci anaglyphi interpretatio 
traditur. 

4to. Rome, 1751 



— Monumenta Peloponnesia commentariis ex- 
plica ta. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. Rome, 1761 

— Puteus sacer agri Bononiensis commentario 
illustratus. 

4to. Rome, 1756 



PACT AUDI -PAGE 



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PACIAUDI, Paolo Maria. Skiadiophorema, sive de i PADLOCK (The) : a comic opera. [By Isaac 

umbellae gestationo commentarius. ! Bickekstaffe.] New edition. 

4to. Rome, 1752 \ 8vo. Lmid(m[n6sl] 

PAOINUS, Jacobus. De tenuis humoris febrem : PADOVANI, Girolamo. Eacconti morali per la 
faciente ante purgationem per artem incrassa- gioventii. 



tione. 



8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1558 



— Another issue. [A duplicate of the preceding 
edition, with a new title-page and preliminary 
leaves.] 

8vo. Apud B. ZaUerium. Venice, 1588-8.9 



PACIUS, Julius. 

See Laurenbergius, J. Antiquarius. 
1652. 



Lyons, 



FACE, Richardson. 

See Addison, J. Dissertation upon the most 
celebrated Roman poets. London, 1721. 

PACKE, Christopher. Ankographia, sive convallium 
descriptio : an explanation of a new chart of 
East Kent. 

4to. Canterbury, 1743 

PACKER, John. 

See Fortescue Papers. [Camden Society.] 

PACKET. A Pacquet of advices and animad- 
versions, sent from London to the men of 
Shaftsbury : which is of use for all his ma- 
jesties subjects in the three kingdoms. Occa- 
sioned by a seditious pamphlet intituled A letter 
from a person of quality, etc. [By Marchamont 
Nedham.] 

4to. London, 1676 

Another edition. 

4to. London, 1676 

A second pacquet of advices and animadversions 



sent to the men of Shaftsbury. [By Marcha- 
mont Nedham.] 

4 to. London, 1677 

PACKET-BOAT. The Pacquet-boat advice; or, a 
discourse concerning the war with France, be- 
tween some English gentlemen and a French- 
man, betwixt Calis and Dover. 

4to. London, 1678 

PACUVIUS, Marcus. 

.fe Seneca, L. A. Tragoediae. Leyden, \G20-5l. 

PADDOCK, Judah. A narrative of the shipwreck 
of the Oswego on the coast of South Barbary. 

4to. London, 1818 



2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Brescia, 1792 

PADUANIUS, Fabricius. Tractatus duo, alter de 
ventis, alter de tcrrae motu. 

fol. Bologna, 1601 
PAEANIUS. 

See Eutropius. De gestis Romanorum libri 
decern. Leyden, 1793. 

Metaphrasis in Eutropii historiarum libros. In 

usum scholarum edidit I. F. S. Kaltwas.ser. 

8vo. Gotha, 1780 

PAETUS, Lucas. De judiciaria formula capitolini 

fori. 

8vo. P. Manutins. Borne, 1567 

De mensuris et ponderibus Romanis et Graecis, 

cum his quae hodie Romae sunt collatis, libri v. 
4to. Aldus. Venice, 1573 



Another edition. 



fol. Aldus. Venice, 1573 



PAGANI, Giovanni Girolamo. 

See Scriptores rei rusticae. [Italian.] Venice, 
1792-99. 

PAGE, H. A., pseud, i.e. Alexander Hay Japp. 
Thomas de Quincey : his life and writings. With 
unpublished correspondence. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1877 

PAGE, J. W. 

See Philosophical and literary register. London, 

1792. 

PAGE, John, Esq. Receipts for preparing and com- 
pounding the principal medicines made use of by 

the late Mr. Ward. 

8vo. Londmi, 1763 

PAGE, John, Minstrel. 

Sec Historical collections. [Camden Society.] 

PAGE, Samuel. The Allegeance of the cleargie : 
a sermon preached, at the meeting of the whole 
clergie of the dyocesse of Rochester, to take the 
oath of allegeance to his most excellent majestie, 
at Greenewich, Novem. 2, l6lO. 

4to. Nicholas Okes. London, 1 6l6 



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PAGE— PAINE 



PAGE, William. 

Sec Three early assize rolls. [Surtees Society.] 
„ Brinkburn Priory. Chartulary. [Surtees 

Society.] 
„ Certificates of the commissioners. [Surtees 

Society.] 
„ Letters of denization. [Huguenot Society.] 

PAGEANT (The) of the Company of Sheremen and 
Taylors in Coventry, as performed by them on 
the festival of Corpus Christi, together with 
other pageants. Edited by T. Sharp. 

4to. Coventry, 1817 

PAGilS, Frangois Xavier. Histoire secrete de la 
revolution fran^aise [-1801]. Seconde edition. 
7 vols, in 6. 8vo. Paris, 1 800-2 



— Nouveau traite de litterature ancienne et 
moderne. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1802 



PAGilS, -Lion. 

See Wenckstern, F. von. A bibliography of the 
Japanese empire. Leyden, 1895. 

PAGIIS, Pierre Marie Frangois, vicomte de. 
Voyages autour du monde et vers les deux 
poles, par terre et par mer, 1767-76. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1782 

PAGET, Francis. 

&e Hooker, E. AVorks. Oxford, \^9,&. 

PAGET, John. Hungary and Transylvania, with 
remarks on their condition. 

2 vols. 8vo. Londmi, 1850 

PAGET, Thomas. See Philopatrus, T., pseud. 

PAGET, Thomas Catesby, Lord. An essay on 
human life. [A poem.] 

4to. London, 1736 

PAGI, Antoine. Critica historico-chronologica in 
universos annales ecclesiasticos Caesaris car- 
dinalis Baronii, ad annum 1198. 

4 vols. fol. Antwerp, 1705 

PAGI, N. 

See Xenophon. Histoire de Cyrus le jeune. 
Paris, 1736. 

PAGITT, Ephraim. A relation of the Christians in 
the world. 

^to. John Okes. London, l639 



PAGNINI, Giovanni Francesco. 

See Scrittori classic! Italian!, 1803-5 : parte 
moderna, torn. ii. 

PAGNINI, Giuseppe Maria. 

See Callimachus. [Italian.] Parma, 1792, etc. 
„ Pilenejo, E., pseud. 

PAGNINUS, Santas. 

See Bible, Latin. 1527-28, etc. 



Epitome thesauri linguae sanctae. [Compiled 

by F. Raphelengius.] 

12mo. Chr. Plantin. Antwerp, 1570 

Isagogae ad linguam Graecam capessendam 

septem libros continentes. 

2 vols. 4to. /. de Channsy. Avignon, 1525 

PAHLAVI texts. Translated by E. W. West. 
[Sacred books of the East, v., xviii., xxiv., 
xxxvii.] 

4 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1 8SO-92 

PAILLOT DE MONTABERT, Jacques Nicolas. 
See Montabert, J. N. P. de. 

PAIN (The) and sorrow of evil marriage. From an 
unique copy printed by W. de Worde. [Edited, 
with an introduction, by J. P. Collier.] [Percy 
Society, i.] 

8vo. London, 1840 

PAINE, Thomas. 

For Life, see Oldys, F., pseud. London, 1791. 
fe Common sense. London, Ml 6. 
„ King, J. Speech at Egham. Egham [1793]. 
,, No plot of the democracy. London, \1Q\. 
„ Pernicious principles of Tom Paine. London 

[1794]. 
,, Rights of citizens. London, 119'^. 
„ Rights upon rights. London, 1791- 

Agrarian justice, opposed to Agrarian law, and 

to Agrarian monopoly ; being a plan for melior- 
ating the condition of man by creating in every 
nation a national fund. 

8vo. London [1799] 



The decline and fall of the English system of 

finance. 

8vo. London, 1796 

Definition of a constitution [with remarks. 

Notes upon Paine's Eights of Man, i.]. 

8vo. London, 1791 



PAINE— PALAEMON 



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PAINE, Thomas. Letter addressed to the Abb6 
Rayn;d on the affairs of North- America : in which 
the mistakes in the Abbe's account of the revolu- 
tion of America are corrected and cleared up. 

8vo. Limdon, 1783 

Letter addressed to the addressers, on the late 

proclamation. 

8vo. London, 1792 

A letter to Mr. Secretary Dundas, in answer 

to his speech on the late proclamation. 

8vo. Lrnidm, 1792 

Third edition. Two letters to Lord Onslow, 

and one to Mr. Henry Dundas, on the subject of 
the late excellent proclamation. 

8vo. LoTulon, 1792 

Fifth edition. Together with two letters 

addressed to Lord Onslow, chairman of the 
meeting at Epsom, 18 June 1792, convened to 
address his majesty. 

Svo. London, 1792 

A letter to the earl of Shelburne on his speech, 

July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement 
of American independence. 

Svo. London, 1783 

Rights of man : being an answer to Mr. 

Burke's attack on the French revolution. 

Svo. London, 1791 

Seventh edition. 

8vo. London, 1791 



Rights of man, part the second : combining 

principle and practice. Fourth edition. 

Svo. London, 1792 

Eighth edition. 

Svo. London, 1792 

See also Boothby, Sir B. Observations, etc. 
,, Letter from a magistrate. 
„ Protest against T. Paine's Rights, etc. 

Thoughts on the jjeace and the probable 

advantages thereof to the United States of 
America. 

Svo. London, 1783 



— The whole proceedings on the trial of an infor- 
mation exhibited against Thomas Paine for a 
libel upon the revolution and settlement of the 
crown as by law established : tried by special jury 
in the King's Bench, on Tuesday, 18th Dec. 1792. 

Svo. London, 1793 

— Second edition. 

Svo. London, 1793 



PAINE, Timothy Otis. Solomon's Temple and 
Capitol, ark of the Flood and Tabernacle. 

4to. London, 1886 

PAINTER, "William. The Pallace of Pleasure 
beautified, adorned, and wel furnished with 
pleasaunt histories and excellent Novelles. 

2 vols. 4to. T. Marshe and E. Bynneman 
for N. England. London, 1567-69 



Another edition. [Edited by Joseph Hasle- 

WOOD.] 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1813 

PAITONI, Giacopo Maria. Biblioteca degli autori 
antichi Greci, e Latini volgarizzati : in fine si da 
la notizia de' volgarizzamenti della Bibbia, del 



Messale e del Breviario. 
5 vols, in 1. 



Ito. Venicf, 1766-67 



PAITONI, Giovanni Battista. Bibliotheca Paito- 
niana : a catalogue of the truly-valuable and 
justly-celebrated library of J. B. P. sold by 
auction 1790 and 1791. 

Svo. [London, 1790] 

PAIXHANS, Henri Joseph. Nouvelle force mari- 
time, et application de cette force k quelques 
parties du service de I'arm^e de terre, ou essai 
sur une espece nouvelle d'artillerie de mer. 

■Ito. Paris, 1822 

PAKINGTON, Dorothy, Lady. 

See Works of the learned and pious author of 
the Whole duty of Man. Oxford, 1695. 

PALACIOS DE SALAZAR, Paulus. Enarrationes 
ill sacrosanctum Jesu Christi evangelium secun- 
dum Matthaeum. 

2 vols. Svo. Aldus. Venice, 1571 

PALACKY, Frantisek. 

See Archiv fiesky. Prague, 1840, dc. 
„ Scriptores rerum Bohemicarum. Prague, 
178.3-18:29. 

PALAEMON, pseud Vaticinium votivum ; or, 
Palaemon's prophetick prayer, lately presented 
to his now majostie in a Latin poem, and here 
published in English : to which is annexed a 
paraphrase on Paulus Grebnerus's prophecie, 
with several elegies on Charles i., the lord Capel, 
the lord F. Villiers. 

Svo. Utrecht, 1649 



Another edition. 



[Spenser Society.] 

4to. Manchester, 1885 



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PAL AEMON— PALESTIN E 



■ PALAEMON, Quintus Rhemnius Fannius. 
•S'ee Medicae artis principes. [Paris'] 1567. 
„ Poetae Latini Minores. Leyden, 1731. 

PALAEOGRAPHICAL Society. Facsimiles of 
ancient manuscrijjts and inscriptions. Edited by 
E. A. Bond, E. M. Thompson, and G. F.Warner. 
[First series 13 parts, second series 7 parts. 
With the Oriental series, edited by W. Wright, 
8 parts.] 

4 vols. fol. London, 1873-90 

PALAEOROMAICA ; or, historical and philological 
disquisitions inquiring whether the Hellenistic 
style is not Latin - Greek 1 etc. [By John 
Black.] 

8vo. London, 1822 

PALAEPHATUS. 

See Aesop. Vita et fabulae. Venice, 1505 (for 
first edition of De incredibilibus). 
„ Fulgentius, F. P. Mythologiarum lib. tres. 

Basle [1530 ■?]. 
„ Hyginus, C. J. Fabularum liber. Basle, 
1535. 

De incredibilibus, Graece, quartum edidit, ter- 

tium recensuit indicemque verborum Graecorum 
adjecit J. F. Fischerus. 

8vo. Leipzig, 1777 

De incredibilibus, Cornelius Tollius in 

Latinum vertit et notis illustravit. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

12mo. L. Elzevir. Amsterdavi, \ii\9 

Opra bellissima quale narra le historic e veri 



successi di tutte le favole che anticamente se 
sono fatte, et diraostra la verita di ciasciina 
fintion de poeti : di Greca Latina, et di Latina 
tradotta in Italiano. 

8vo. Bart. I' Imperatore. Venice, 1545 

PALAFOX Y MENDOZA, Juan de. The history 
of the conquest of China by the Tartars : from 
the Spanish. 

12mo. London, 1671 

PALAPRAT, Jean, Sieur de Bigot. 

See Brueys, D. A. de. CEuvres de theatre. Paris, 
1755-56. 
,, ,, ,, Qlluvres choisies. Paris, 

1812. 
„ Th6S,tre Frangais. Comedies, torn. xii. Paris, 
1787. 



PALATINE Anthology : a collection of ancient 
poems and ballads relating to Lancashire and 
Cheshire. Edited by J. 0. Halliwell. 

4to. London, 1850 

(The) Note Book. [History and literature of 



Lancashire and Cheshire. Edited by J. E. 
Bailey.] 

2 vols. 4to. Mancliester, 1881-84 

PALATINO, Giovanni Battista. Libro nel qua! 
s'insegna a scrivere ogni sorte lettera antica et 
moderna di qualunque natione, con le sue regole 
et misure et essempi, et con un discorso de le 
cifre, et quindici tavole. 

4to. Antonio Blado. Borne, 1547 



Another edition. 

4to. Valerio Dorico. Eotne, 1561 

Vellum, with the arms of J. A. De Thou. 



PALAZZI, Agostino. Eustachio, tragedia. 

8vo. Venire, 1763 

PALEARIO, Aonio. 

See Miscellanea. Bonie, 1754-58. 



Opera. 



8vo. Amsterdam, 1696 



PALERMUS, Valerius. Orationes duae, simulque 
pastorale carmen, quibus funera trium fratrum 
Nogarolai'um, Comitum Veronensium, dellentur. 
[The carmen is by P. Dante Aligiiieri.] 

4to. Aldus. Venice, 1564 

PALESTINE Exploration Fund. Abila of the De- 
capolis. By G. Schumacher. 

8vo. Loiulon, 1889 

Across the Jordan, being an exploration and 

survey of part of Hauran and Jaulan. By 
G. Schumacher, with additions by L. Oliphant 
and G. Le Strange. 

8vo. London, 1889 



— Altaic hieroglyphs and Hittite inscriptions. 
By C. R. Conder. 

8vo. London, 1887 

— Archaeological researches in Palestine during 
the years 1 873-74. By C. Clermont-Ganneau : 
translated by J. Macfarlane. Vol. ii. 

4to. London, 1896 



PALESTINE 



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PALESTINE Exploration Fund. Heth and Moab ; 
explorations in Syria in KS81 and 1882. By 
C. R. CONDER. 

8vo. London, 1883 

The Jaulan surveyed for the German society 

for the exploration of the Holy Land. By G. 
SCHU.MACHER ; translated from the Transactions 
of the Society. 

8vo. London, 1888 

Map of Western Palestine from surveys of 

Lieutenants Conder and Kitchener, in 1872-7. 

obi. fol. London, 1880 

Mount Seir, Sinai and Western Palestine : 

being a narrative of a scientific expedition. By 
•^ E. Hull. 

8vo. London, 1885 

Quarterly statement. 

In p-ogi-ess. 8vo. London, 1869, etc 



— Some account of the fauna and flora of Sinai, 
Petra, and Wady Arabah. By H. C. Hart. 

4to. London, 1891 

— The survey of Eastern Palestine ; memoirs of 
the typography, orography, hydrography, arch- 
aeology, etc.. By Major C. R. CONDER. Vol. i. : 
the 'Ad wan country. 

4to. London, 1889 

— The survey of Western Palestine. Arabic and 
English name lists, collected by Lieuts. Conder 
and Kitchener. Transliterated and explained 
by E. H. Palmer. 

4to. London, 1881 

— The survey of Western Palestine. The fauna 
and flora of Palestine. By H. B. Tristram. 

4to. London, 1884 



— The survey of Western Palestine. Jerusalem. 
By Sir C. Warren and C. R. Conder. 

4to. London, 1884 

— The survey of Western Palestine. Memoirs 
of the typography, orography, hydrography, and 
archaeology. By C. R. Conder and H. H. 
Kitchener. Vol. i. Galilee ; vol. ii. Samaria ; 
vol. iii. Judaea. 

S vols. 4to. London, 1881-83 

— The survey of Western Palestine. Plans 
shewing the results of excavations at Jerusalem, 
1867-70. 50 plates, By C. Warren. 

obi. fol. London, 1884 



PALESTINE Exploration Fund. The survey of 
Western Palestine. Special papers on topo- 
graphy, etc. By Sir C. W. Wilson and others. 

4to. JjOndon, 1881 

The Survey of Western Palestine. General 

index to (1) Memoirs, vols, i.-iii. ; (2) Special 
IDapcrs ; (3) Jerusalem volume ; (4) Flora and 
fauna of Palestine ; (5) Geological survey ; and 
to the Arabic and English name lists. By H. C. 
Stewardson. 

4to. London, 1888 

Tent work in Palestine : a record of discovery 

and adventure. By C. R. Conder. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1819 



— Pilgrims' Text Society. Publications. 

24 vols, in 14. 8vo. London, 1884-93 

Of the holy places visited by Antoninus 
Martyr (c. 530 A.D.). Translated by A. Stewart 
and annotated by Sir C. W. Wilson. 

The pilgrimage of the holy Paula, by St. 
Jerome. Translated by A. STEWART and anno- 
tated by Sir C. W. Wilson. 

The letter of Paula and Eustochium to 
Marcella about the holy places (386 A.D.). Trans- 
lated by A. Stewart and annotated by Sir C. 
W. Wilson. 

Description of Syria, including Palestine, 
by Mukadassi (c. 985 A.D.). Translated from 
the Arabic and annotated by G. Le Strange. 

Itinerary from Bordeaux to Jerusalem 'The 
Bordeaux pilgrim' (333 A.D.). Translated by 
A. Stewart and annotated by Sir C. W. Wilson. 

Of the buildings of Justinian, by Procopius 
(c. 560 A.D.). Translated by A. Stewart and 
annotated by Sir C. W. AViLSON and H. Lewis. 

The city of Jerusalem. Translated from the 
old French, with notes, by C. R. Conder. 
[With Ernoul's account of Palestine, from his 
chronicle.] 

Diary of a journey through Syria and Pales- 
tine, by Nasir-i-Khusrau, in 1047 A.D. Trans- 
lated from the Persian and annotated by G. Lk 
Strange. 

Letter from Sir Joseph de Cancy, knight of 
the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, to King 
Edward i. (1281), and letter from Edward i. to 
Sir Joseph (1282). Communicated by W. B. 
Sanders. 



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PALESTINE— PALGRAVE 



PALESTINE Pilgrims' Text Society (continued). 

The pilgrimage of the Russian Abbot Daniel 
in the Holy Land, 1 100-7 A.D. Annotated by Sir 
C. W. Wilson. 

The pilgrimage of Arculfus in the Holy 
Land (about a.d. 670), by Adamnan. [With 
Bede's abbreviation of Adamnan's account.] 
Translated and annotated by J. R. Macpherson. 

The pilgrimage of Joannes Phocas in the 
Holy Land (in 1185 A.D.). Translated by A. 
Stewart. 

Description of the Holy Land by John of 
s Wurzburg (a.D. 1160-70). Translated by A. 
Stewart, with notes by Sir C. W. Wilson. 

The churches of Constantine at Jei'usalem, 
being translations from Eusebius and the early 
pilgrims, by J. H. Bernard. With a preface 
by Sir C. W. WiLSON and introduction and notes 
by T. H. Lewis. 

The pilgrimage of S. Silvia of Aquitania 
to the Holy places (c. 385 a.d.). Translated, 
with introduction and notes by J. H. Bernard, 
with an appendix by C. W. Wilson. 

The epitome of S. Eucherius about certain 
holy places (c. a.d. 440) and the Breviary or 
short description of Jerusalem (c. a.d. 530). 
Translated by A. Stewart and annotated by 
Sir C. W. Wilson. 

Theoderich's description of the Holy places 
(c. 1172 A.D.). Translated by A. Stewart. 

The Hodoeporicon of Saint Willibald (c. 
754 A.D.). Translated by Canon Brownlow. 

Fetellus (c. 1130 a.d.). Translated and anno- 
tated by J. R, Macpherson. 

Saewulf (1102, 1103 A.D.) Translated by 
Canon Brownlow. 

Theodosius (A.D. 530). Translated by J. H. 
Bernard. 

The itinerary of Bernard the Wise (a.d. 
870) ; How the city of Jerusalem is situated 
(r. A.D. 1090 ?). Translated by J. H. Bernard. 

The book of the wanderings of brother 
Felix Fabri (c. 1480-83 A.D.). Translated by 
A. Stewart. 

PALET, Frederick Apthorp. 

See Aeschylus. Tragedies. Cambridge, 1864. 
„ Bible, English. N. T., John. 1887. 



PALEY, ■William. 

For Life, see Meadley, G. W. Sunderland, 1809. 
See Brougham, H. Dissertations on subjects of 
science connected with natural theology. 
London, 1839. 



— Works. With notes and illustrations by J 
Paxton. 

5 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1838 



— Moral philosophy. With annotations by R. 
Whately. 

8vo. London, 1859 

— Natural theology ; or, evidences of the exist- 
ence and attributes of the Deity, collected from 
the appearances of nature. Second edition. 

8vo. Lotidm, 1802 

— Reasons for contentment; addressed to the 
labouring part of the British public. 

8vo. London, 1793 

— A short memoir of the life of Edmund Law, 
D.D., bishop of Carlisle. Reprinted wth notes, 
by Anonymus [John Disney]. 

8vo. London, 1800 

— A view of the evidences of Christianity. Li 



three parts : -with annotations by R. Whately. 

8vo. London, 1859 

PALFREY, John Gorham. Academical lectures on 
the Jewish scriptures and antiquities. 

2 vols. 8vo. Boston, 1838-iO 

PALGRAVE, Sir Francis. 

&-e Chanson moult pitoyable. London, 1818. 



— An essay upon the original authority of the 
King's Council. 

8vo. London, 1834 



— History of Normandy and of England, to the 
accession of Henry Beauclerc. 

4 vols. 8vo. London, 1851-64 



The rise and progress of the English Common- 
wealth : Anglo-Saxon period. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1832 

PALGRAVE, William Gifford. Dutch Guiana. 

8vo. Londmi, 1876 

Narrative of a year's journey through central 

and eastern Arabia, 1862-63. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1865 



PA LIN- PALLAS 



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PALIN, De. 

See Klaproth, H. J. von. • Collection d'antiquites 
^gyptiennes. Paris, 1829. 

PALINGENIUS, Marcellus, pseud, i.e. PiETRO 
Angelo Manzolli. Zodiacus vitas. 

l2mo. /. Toriuwsius. Lyons, 1.5o6 



Another edition. 



8vo. Rotterdam, 1722 



PALISSOT DE MONTENOY, Charles. 

See Theatre Frangais, 3"* ordre, vol. vi. Paris, 
1819. 



Qiluvres. Nouvelle edition. 

4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1788 



— Le genie de Voltaire, appr^cie dans tons ses 
ouvrages. 

12mo. Paris, 1806 

M^moires pour servir a I'histoire de notre 



litt^rature depuis Francois I^' 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1803 

PALISSY, Bernard. (Euvres : avec des notes par 
MM. F.vuJAS DE St. Fond, et Gobet. 

4to. Paris, \111 

PALLADINUS, Jacobus, de Theramo, Bishop of 
Spoleto. 
(SVe Processus juris joco-serius. Hanan, l6ll. 



Consolatio peccatorum, seu Belial. 

fol. /. Schussler. Auy.ihurg, 1472 



Belial en francoys. [Translated by Pierre 



Ferget.] 



4to. M. Le Noir. Paris, 1503 



Belial. [German.] 

fol. A. Pfister. Bamberg [1460] 



PALLADIO, Andrea. I quattro libri dell' Archi- 
tettura. 

4 parts in 1 vol. fol. Venice, \:>10 

Another edition. [A counterfeit of the pre- 



ceding.] 



4 parts in 1 vol. fol. Venice, 1570 



— Architecture, avec des notes d'Inigo Jones : 
le tout revu par Jaques Leoni. Traduit de 



PALLADIO, Andrea. Le terme dei Romani : ripub- 
blicate da 0. B. Scamozzi. 

4to. Vicenza, 1797 

PALLADIUS and Irene : a drama, in three acts. 

8vo. London, \1~S 

PALLADIUS, Bishoj) of Aspona. Historia Lausiaca, 
J. Meursius primus Graece nunc vulgavit et 
notas adjecit. 

4 to. Leyden, l6l6 

Red morocco, with the anrtg and monogram of De Thou. 

Lausiaca quae dicitur historia, et Theodoreti 

religiosa historia. Gentiano Herveto Aurelio 
interprete. 

4to. B. Tunisanus. Paris, 1555 

De gentibus Indiae et Bragmanibus, Gr. et 



ritalien. 



VOL. III. 



2 vols, in 1. fol. The Hague, 1726 



Lat. : S. Ambrosius de moribus Brachmanorum : 
anonymus de Bragmanibus : in lucem protulit 

E. BiSSAEUS. 

fol. London, l665 

Cair, with the arms of M. Wodhull. 

PALLADIUS, Blosius. Coryciana, sive carmina 
in laudem Jani Corycii. 

4to. Borne, 1524 

Brown morocco. Grolier's copy. 

PALLADIUS Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus. 

See Scriptores rei nisticae. Venice, 1472, etc. 

On husbandrie. Translated into English. 

Edited by B. Lodge, with a ryme index by 
S. J. H. Hekrtage. [Early English Text 
Society, 52, 72.] 

8vo. London, 1873-79 

PALLAS, Peter Simon. 

See Linguarum totius orbis. Si. Petersburg, 
1786-89. 

Miscellanea zoologica, quibus novae imprimis 

atque obscurae animalium species describuntur, 
et observationibus iconibusque illustrantur. 

4to. The Hague, 1766 

Novae species quadrupedum e glirium ordine. 

4to. Erlangen, 1778 

Keise durch verschiedene Provinzen des 

I Eussischen Eeichs. 

I 3 vols. 4to. St. Petersburg, 1771-76 

B 



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PALLAS— PALMER 



PALLAS, Peter Simon. Voyages en differentes 
provinces de I'empire de Eussie et dans I'Asie 
septentrionale, traduits de TAllemand, par M. 
Gauthier de la Peyronie. [With plates.] 

6 vols. 4to. Paris, 1788-93 

Voyages entrepris dans les gouvernemens 

mdridionaux de I'empire de Eussie, dans les 
annees 17.93 et 1794. 

2 vols. 4to, and atlas obi. 4to. Paris, 1805 

PALLAVICINI, Gaspar. 

See Horatius Flaccus, Q. Opera. [Prague, 1780.] 

PALLAVICINO, Ferrante. Opere scelte, di nuovo 
ristampato. 
2 vols. 12mo. Fillafmnca [Lei/den'!], \6~ 1-7 3 

PALLAVICINO, Sforza. Istoria del concilio di 
Trento, ove insieme rifiutasi un' istoria falsa 
divolgata nello stesso argomento sotto nome di 
PiETRO SoAVE Poland. 

2 vols. fol. Bovie, 1656-57 

Another edition. 



3 vols. 4to. Home, 1664 

Vera concilii Tridentini historia : Latine 

reddita a J. B. Gutting. 

3 vols. 4to. Antwerp, 1670 

PALLAVICINUS, Baptista, Bishop of Eeggio. 
Carmen in historiam flendae Crucis domini nostri 
Jesu Christi. 

4to. Frafres Carthusiae. Parma, 1477 

PALLISEE, Fanny Bury. 

See Labarte, J. Handbook of the arts, etc. 
Lcmdon, 1855. 

PALLISEE., Sir Hugh, Bart. Speech in a committee 
of the house of commons, on ISIonday the 4th of 
December, 1780. 

8vo. [London, 1781] 

PALMA virtutum ; zoe triumpho de virtude. 

4to. N. Jenson. Venice, 1471 

PALMA CAYET, Pierre Victor. 

See Collection complete des m^moires [vol. 
xxxviii. bis -xliii.] 
„ Collection universelle des mdmoires [vol. 

Iv.-lx., Ixxi -Ixxii.] 
„ Richer, J. and E. Le Mercure Fran(;ois. 
Paris, 1613-43. (For continuation of the 
Chronologie.) 



PALMA CAYET, Pierre Victor. Chronologie no- 
venaire, contenant I'histoire de la guerre sous le 
regne du tres chrestien roy de France et de 
Navarre, Henry iv., et les choses plus memor- 
ables advenues 1589-98. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, l608 

Chronologie septenaire de I'histoire de la paix 



entre les roys de France et d'Espagne, 1598-1604. 

[Anon.] 

8vo. Paris, l605 

PALMA DI CESNOLA, Alessandro. Salaminia, 
Cyprus; the history, treasures, and antiquities 
of Salamis; with an introduction by S. Birch. 

8vo. Lmdan, 1882 

PALMA DI CESNOLA, Luigi, Count. Cyprus, its 
ancient cities, tombs, and temples. 

8vo. London, 1877 

PALMER, Edward Henry. 

&(! Besant, Sir W. Jerusalem. London^ 1889. 
„ Conder, C. R., and Kitchener, H. H. Survey 

of Western Palestine. London, 1881-83. 
„ Koran. O.rford, 1880. 

,, Wilson, Sir C. W. Survey of Western 
Palestine. London, 1881. 

The survey of western Palestine. Arabic and 



English name lists collected by lieuts. Conder 
and Kitchener. Transliterated and explained by 
E. H. P. [Palestine Exploration Fund.] 

4to. London, 1881 

PALMER, Henry Spencer. 

See Wilson, Sir C. W. Ordnance survey of the 
peninsula of Palestine. Southampton, 1869- 



PALMER, John, Architect. 

See Hibbert Ware, S. History of the foundations 
in Manchester. Manchester, 1828-33. 

PALMER, John, Malefactor. The case of J. P. and 
Thomas Symonds executed near Worcester upon 
the evidence of Gyles Hunt, who charg'd them 
to have been concern'd with himself in the 
murther of Mrs. Alice Palmer, etc. 

4to. London, 1708 

PALMER, Roger, Earl of Castlemaine. 
See Castlemaine, R. P., earl of. 

PALMER, Roundell, Earl of Selborne. 
See Selborne, R. P., earl of. 



PALMER— PANCKOUCKE 



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PALMER, Samuel. A general history of printing, 
from the first invention of it in the city of Mentz. 

4to. Lmdaii, 17 So 

PALMER, Thomas. Manipiilus florum, sen sen- 
tentiae patrum. 

fol. /. de Tyda. Pnicenw, 1483 

PALMER, Sir Thomas. An essay of the meanes 
how to make our travailes, into forraine countries, 
the more profitable and honourable. 

■ito. H. L. for M. Loicnes. Londoji, l60() 

PALMER, Thomas Fyshe. Trial before the circuit 
court of justiciary at Perth, 12-13 September 
1793, on an indictment for seditious practices. 

Svo. Edinhunjh [1793] 

PALMER, William, Fellow of Magdalen College, 

Oxford. Egyptian Chronicles ; Avith a harmony 

of Sacred and Egyptian chronology, and an 

appendix on Babylonian and Assyrian antiquities. 

2 vols. Svo. LomJan, 186l 

PALMER, William, of Worcester College, Oxford. 
A narrative of events connected with the publi- 
cation of the Tracts for the Times, with reflection.s 
on existing tendencies to Romanism, and on the 
present duties and prospects of members of the 
church. Third edition. 

Svo. 0.rf(mJ, 1843 

Origines liturgicae : or, antiquities of the 

English ritual, and a dissertation on primitive 
littirgies. 

2 vols. Svo. Oxford, 1832 

PALMERIUS, Matthias. 

See Jerome, Saint. Epistolae et tractatus. 
[Naples, 1471.] 

PALMERSTON, Henry John Temple, viscount. 
For Life, see Ashley, Hon. A. E. M. London, 
1876. 
„ ,, Bulwer, H. E. L. ioju/on, 1870-74. 

„ „ Lome, J. G. E. H. D. S. C, marquis 

of. London, 1892. 

PALM^ZEAUX, Michel de Cubilres de. Boileau 
juge par ses amis et par ses ennemis, ou le pour 
et le centre sur Boileau. 

12mo. Paris, 1802 

Fontenelle, Colardeau et Dorat, ou cloges de 

ces ecrivains : precede d'une lettre que Bailly a 
^crite a I'auteur et suivi d'une vie d' A. Rivarol. 

Svo. Paris, 1803 



PALMIERI, Giuseppe. 

See Scrittori classici Italian!, 1803-5: parte 
moderna, tom. xxxvii.-xxxviii. 

PALOMINO DE CASTRO Y VELASCO, Aciscle 
Antonio. 
See Velasco, A. A. P. de C. y. 

PALONIUS, Marcellus. Clades Ravennas. 

4to. Rome, 1513 

PALSGRAVE, John. L'esclarcissement de la langue 
Francoyse. 

fol. John Hawkyns. London, 1530 

Another edition. Suivi de la Grammaire de 



Giles du Guez. Publics par F. G^NIN. [Docu- 
ments in^dits sur I'histoire de France.] 

4to. Paris, 1852 

PALUDANUS, Bernardus. 

See Linschoten, J. H. van. Histoire de la na^i- 
gation. Amsterdam, l6lO. 

PAMFILI, Olimpia, Princess. See Maldachini, 0. 

PAMPHLETEER (The); respectfully dedicated to 
both houses of Parliament. [Edited by A. J. 
Valpy.] 

29 vols. Svo. London, IS1S-2S 

PANAGE, pseud, i.e. Fran(;;ois Vincent Tocssaint. 
Les moeurs. 

3 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Paris, 1748 

PANANTI, Filippo. II poeta di teatro, romanzo 
poetico in sesta rima. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1808-9 

PANARD, Charles Frangois. Theatre et oeuvres 
diverses. 

4 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1763 

PANCIROLI, Guido. Rerum memorabilium sive 
deperditarum partes duac, commentariis ilhis- 
tratae ab H. Salmuth. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Frankfort, l660 

The history of many memorable things lost, 

which were in use among the ancients ; and an 
account of many excellent things found, now in 
use : done into English. 

2 vols. 12mo. London, 1715 

PANCKOUCKE, Andr6 Joseph. 

See Dictionary. Dictionnaire portatif des pro- 
verbes. Amsterdam, 1751. 



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PANDOLFINI— PANVINIO 



PANDOLFINI, Agnolo. Trattado del governo della 
famiglia d' A. Pandolfini, colla vita del medesimo 
seritta da Vespasiano da Bisticci. 

4to. Floreme, IT.Si 

Another edition. 



8vo. Milan, 1802 
PANDONI, Petrus. See Porcellius. 

PANEDONIUS, Philogenes, pseud, i.e. Richard 
Brathwait. Ar't asleepe husband 1 A boalster 
lecture ; stored with all variety of witty jeasts, 
merry tales, and other pleasant passages. 

Svo. B. Bishop for li. Best. London, 16-iO 

PANEGYRICAL essays upon the prayer, Lord, pity 
the people ; the only words of William I., Prince 
of Orange, at his sudden and violent death, 10 
July l:,8i. [By James Johnston.] 

8vo. London, 1731 
See also More essays of panegyricks. 

PANEGYRICI veteres. [Plinius, Pacatus, Mamer- 
tinus, Eumenius, Nazarius.] Julii Agricolae vita 
per CoRNELiuii Tacitum. Petronii Arbitri 
satyrici fragmenta. 

4to. [Milan] 1476 

Another edition. 

4to. [1490] 

Another edition. Interpretatione et notis 

illustravit J. de la Baune, ad usum Delphini. 

4to. Paris, 1676 

Another edition. Recensiti et adnotationibus 

illustrati a Christophoro Cellario : qui et 
indices copiosiores rerum et verborum adjecit. 

8vo. Halle, 1703 

Another edition. Recensuit ac notis illustravit 

WOLFGANGUS JaEGERUS. 

2 vols. Svo. Nuremberg, 1779 



Another edition. [Valpy's Delphin Classics.] 

.5 vols. Svo. Lomlon, 1828 

PANIZZI, Sir Anthony. 

For Life, sec Pagan, L, A. London, 1880. 
See Dante Alighieri. Divina commcdia. London, 
1 8.68. 

Chi era Francesco da Bologna ? 

12mo. London, 18,">S 



PANNELIER, Jean Amable. 

See P * * *, M. L'Hindoustan, ou religion, 
moeurs, etc. Pari.% ISlfi. 

PANNONIUS, Janus. Poemata et opuscula varia. 
2 vols. Svo. Utrecht, 1784 

PANORMITANUS, Antonius. Familiarium liber, 
fol. [S. Beissinger. Naples, 1472] 

PANORMITANUS, Nicolaus. 
See Tudeschis, N. de. 

PANSA, Francesco. Istoria dell' antica repubblica 
d'Amalfi. 

2 vols. 4to. Nqiks, 1724 

PANSMOUZER, Gotlieb, pseud, i.e. Theophilus 
liiNDSEY. The Polish partition illustrated, in 
seven dramatick dialogues. 

Svo. London [1773] 

PANTER, Patrick. De gestis illustrissimi herois 
Gulielmi Vallae, Scotiai olim custodis, collectanea 
^•aria. 

Svo. Edinburgh, 1705 

PANTHEONITES (The) : a dramatic entertainment. 
[By Francis Gentleman.] 

8vo. London, 1773 

PANTHEUS, Joannes Antonius. Annotationes ex 
trium dierum confabulationibus ad Andream 
Baudam jurisconsultum. 

fol. [Venice, 1505] 

PANTON, George A. 

Sec Columna, G. de. The ' Gest hystoriale.' 
[Early English Text Society.] 

PANVINIO, Onofrio. 

See Boissardus, J. J. Romanae urbis topographia. 
Frankfort, 1595-1602. 
„ Boulenger, J. C. Liber de spoliis bellicis. 

Paris, 1601. 
„ Sibyls. Oracula. Paris, 1599. 

Reipublicae Romanae commentariorum libri 

tres : Sexti Julii Frontini commentarii de 
aquaeductibus et coloniis et alia veterum scrip- 
torum. 

5 vols, in 1. Svo. Lgid. anil Nic. Gillii. 

Paris, 158S 

Another edition. 

fol. Heirs of A. Weehel, CI. Marnius and 
J. Auhrius. Frankfort, 1597 



PANVINIO— PAPERS 



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PANVINIO, Onofrio. Romani pontifices et car- 
diiiiiles ;ib eisdem ;i Leone ix. ad Pauluni i\'. 
creati. 

4to. AI. Tramezinus. Venice, 1557 

xxvii. pontificum maximorum elogia et ima- 



gines ad vivuni delineatae. 

fol. Ant. Lafrerim. Rome, 1568 

PANTASIS. 

See Poetae Graeci (for Fragmenta, first edition). 
[Pam] 15()6. 

PANZER, Georg Wolfgang. Annalen der iiltern 
deutschen Litteratur, oder Anzeige und Beschrei- 
bung derjenigen Biicher welche von Erfindung 
der BuehdruckerkuDst bis 1520 in deutscher 
Sprache gedruckt worden sind. 

4to. Nwemherg, 1788 

Annales typographici ab artis inventas origine 

usque ad annum MD (mdxxxvi.) 

11 vols. Ito. Nuremberg, \193-\S03 

PAOLETTI, Ferdinando. 

See Scrittori classici Italiani, ISO.S^: parte 
moderna, torn. xx. 

PAOLI, Paolo Antonio. Antichita di Pozzuoli. 
Futeolanae antiquitates. Avanzi delle antichita 
esistenti a Pozzuoli, Cuma e Baja. [Italian and 
Latin.] 

fol. [Napks] 1768 

Eovine della citta di Pesto detta ancora 

Posidonia. Della cittii di Pesto dissertazioni. 
[Italian and Latin.] 

fol. Rome, 178-1 

PAOLINI, Stefano. Dittionario Giorgiano e 
Italiano. 

4to. Rome, 1629 

PAOLINO da S. Bartolommeo. 

See Paulinus a Sancto Bartholomaeo. 

PAOLO Senrita. See Sarpi, P. 

PAP vnth. a hatchet. 

See Marprelate, M., pseud. 

PAPA, Jacobus. Elogiae. Edidit J. Meyerus. 
[Soci^te d'fimulation dc Bruges.] 

4to. Bruges, 1847 



PAPAL aggressions : how they should be met. By 
a member of the >initcd church of England and 
Ireland. 

8vo. London, 1851 

POPE, Jacques, Seigneur de Saint-Auban. 
Set' Saint-Auban, J. P., seigneur de. 

PAPEBROCHIUS, Daniel. 

See Del' Mar6, C. Mendax oraculum. Salzburg, 
1688, eir. 
,, H. (J. L. M.), pseud. Epistola inforniatoria 

ad societatem Jesu, etc. LiSge, l68S. 
„ S. (D. J.), pseud. Debita Papebrochiana. 
Cologne, 16R8. 



— Kesponsio ad exhibitionem errorum per Sebas- 
tianum a S. Paulo evulgatam, anno 169." 
Coloniae. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. Jntreerp, I696-97 



PAPER (The) called The agreement of the people 
taken into consideration, and the lawfulness of 
subscription to it examined and resolved in the 
negative, by the ministers of Christ in the pro- 
vince of Lancaster. 

4to. Tendon, l649 



credit considered : particularly relative to the 

late failures of bankers and receivers in Ireland. 

8vo. London, 176() 

(A) of advices to the king, which were lately 

to be presented to him at Newcastle by the 
malignant faction. l646. [Newcastle reprints, 
ii. 9.] 

8vo. Netvcastk, 1843 

PAPERS relating to the Quakers Tythe Bill, viz. : 
the Case of the people called Quakers, Extracts 
from the yearly epistles of meeting, a .Supple- 
mental extract from the Quakers yeai'ly epistles, 
Remarks upon a bill now depending. The country 
parson's plea against the bill. 

8vo. London, 1736 



— relative to the late negotiation with Spain : 
and the taking of Falkland's Island from the 



English. 



4to. London, 177" 



— relative to the marriage of King James the 
sixth of Scotland with the princess Anna of 
Denmark, A.D. 1589, and the form of her 
majesty's coronation, -V.D. 1590. [Edited by 
J. T. G. Craig.] [Bannatyne Club.] 

4to. Edinburgh, 1828 



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PAPERS— PARALLEL 



PAPERS relative to the negotiation with France, pre- 
sented by his majesty's command, to both Houses 
of Parliament, 22d December, 1806: in French 
and English. 

8vo. Lonihn, 1807 

relative to the regalia of Scotland. [Including 



a reprint of A true account of the preservation 
of the regalia, etc., by Sir Gr. Ogilvy.] 

4to. Edinburgh, 1829 

PAPIAS, Bishop of Hierapolis. 

See Patres Apostolici. The Apostolic fathers. 
London, 1891. 

PAPIAS Grammaticus, Vocabularium. 

fol. D. de Vespohte. Milan, 1476 

PAPIERS d'6tat, pieces et documents inedits ou peu 
connus relatifs k I'histoire de I'Ecosse au xvi' 
sifecle, tir6s des biblioth^ques et des archives de 
France et publiees par A. Teulet. [Bannatyne 
Club.] 

2 vols. 4to. Paris [1851-60] 

PAPILLON, Jean Baptiste Michel. Traite his- 
torique et pratique de la gravure en bois. [With 
supplement.] 

3 vols, in 2. Svo. Pd/v.s, 1766 

PAPILLON, Thomas. Mr. Papillon's Speech. 

single sheet, fol. [London, 1673] 

PAPILLON, Thomas Leslie. A manual of compara- 
tive philology as applied to the illustration of 
Greek and Latin inflections. Second edition. 

Svo. Oxford, 1877 

PAPIN, Denys. A new digester or engine for 
softning bones (a continuation of the new 
digester). 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. London, 1681-87 

PAPON, Jean Pierre. Histoire de la revolution de 

France, 1789-99. Publiee par M. Papon le jeune. 

6 vols. Svo. Paris, 1815 

PAPPADOPOULO, Manuel Leonard. 

See Sumarokov, A. P. Theatre tragique. Paris, 
1801. 

PAPPUS, of Alexandria. 

See Aristarchus Samius. De magnitudinibus et 
distantiis solis et lunae. Oxfm-d, 1688. 

PAPWORTH, John Woody. Au alphabetical dic- 
tionary of coats of arms belonging to families in 



Great Britain and Ireland ; forming an extensive 
ordinary of British armorials. Edited from 
page Q9& by A. W. Morant. 

Svo. London, 1874 

PAQUET - SYPHORIEN. Voyage historique et 
pittoresque fait dans les ci-devant Pays-Bas et 
dans quelques departemens voisins, 1811-13. 

2 vols, in 1. Svo. Paris, 1813 

PARABLE (The) of the black birds and the magpies 
vindicated. [By E. Thompkins J] 

Svo. [London, 1691] 

PARABOSCO, Girolamo. I diporti. 

Svo. Battisfa Mammello. Venice, 1564 



Another edition. [Edited by G. Poggiall] 

Svo. London [Leghorn'], 1795 



— Quattro libri delle lettere amorose, ricorrette 
per T. Porcacchi. 

l2mo. G. Giolito de' Ferrari. Venice [1569] 



Rime. 

12mo. G. Giolifo de' Ferrari. Venice, I Ml 



PARACELSUS, Aureolus Theophrastus. 
See Bombast von Hohenheim, P. A. T. 

PARACLETE (The) : an essay on the personality 
and ministry of the Holy Ghost, with some 
reference to current discussions. [By Joseph 
Parker.] 

Svo. London, 1874 

PARADiiS, Robert, comte de. M^moires secrets, 
ecrits par lui au sortir de la Bastille, pour servir 
a I'histoire de la derniere guerre. 

Svo. [Parish 1789 



PARADIN, Guillaume. 

gundiae. 



De antiquo statu Bur- 



4to. Et. Dolet. Lyons, 1542 

G. Paradini Memorise nostrre libri quatuor. 

fol. J. de Tourncs. Lyons, 1548 

PARADIS DE MONORIF, Francois Augustin. 
See Moncrif, F. A. P. de. 

PARADISAR Likell. See Moeller, M. 

PARALLEL (The) : being the substance of two 
speeches, supposed to have been made in the 
closet, by two diiTerent ministers, some time 
before a late demise. [By Israel Mauduit.] 

Svo. London, 1742 [i.e. 1762] 



PARALLtLE— PARIS 



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PABALLJiLE de I'architecture antique et de la 
modernc, avec un recueil des dix principaux 
auteurs qui ont ^crit des cinq ordres, s^avoir, 
Palladio et Scamozzi, Serlio et Vignola, D. Bar- 
baro et Cataneo, L. B. Alberti et Viola, Bullant 
et De Lorine, comparez entr'eux : planches ori- 
ginales. [By E. F. de Chambray.] 

fol. Paris, 170^2 



— de la conduite des gouvernments britaiinique 
et espagnol I'un envers I'autre depuis Ic renou- 
vellement de la guerre. 

8vo. Lomlnn, ISOj 



PARAM^SWAEA-INYANA-aOSHTHI. A dia- 
logue of the knowledge of the supreme Lord in 
which are compared the claims of Christianity 
and Hinduism. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1856 

PARAPHRASE (A) upon justice ; or, the powerful 
operation of gold : with some resentments 
against the proceedings of the Catholick cause. 
[In verse.] 

4to. [London, 1680 1] 

PARDESSUS, Jean Marie. 

See Brdquigny, L. Q. 0. F. de. Table chrono- 
logique des diplomes, etc. Paris, 1769- 
1876. 

PARDOS, Gregorios, Archbishop of Corinth. 
See Dictionary, Greek. Venice, 1524.. 

Gregorii et aliorum grammaticorum libri de 

dialectis linguae Graecae ; Manuelis Moschopuli 
libellus de vocum passionibus. Edidit G. H. 
ScHAEFER. Accedit F. J. Bastti oommentatio 
palaeographica. 

2 vols. 8vo. Leijnig, 1811 

PAREUS, Daniel. 

See Lucretius Carus, T. De rerum natura libri 
vi. Frankfort, 1631. 
,, Musaeus. Erotopaegnion Herus et Leandri. 

Frankfort, 1627. 
„ Plautus, T. M. Comoediae xx. superstites. 
Neustadt, 1619. 

PAREUS, Johann PMlipp. Lexicon criticura, sive 
thesaurus linguae Latinae. (Lexici critici 
mantis.sa, etc.) 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Nuremhcrri, 1645-46 



PARFAICT, Claude. 

See Histoire du theatre Frangois. Paris, 17.S4-49. 

PARFAICT, Frangois. 

See Histoire du theatre Francois. Paris, 1734-49. 

PARINI, Giuseppe. 

See Parnaso degl' Italiani viventi. Pisa, 1798- 
1803. 

Opere, pubblicate ed illustrate da F. Eeina. 

(Vita di G. P.) 

6 vols, in 3. 8vo. Milan, 1801-4 

II Mattino, il Mezzogiorno e la Sera, poemetti 

tre. [Anon.] 

8vo. Venice, 1779 



Another edition. [With a French translation.] 
2 parts in 1 vol. 12mo. London, 1784 



— Mattino, meriggio, vespro e notte. 

8vo. Londm, 1804 

— II Giorno (II mattino ; il meriggio ; il vespro ; 
la notte ; vita di G. Parini, da F. Reina). 

fol. Milan, 1811 



Odi. 

Another edition. 



8vo. Parma, 1791 
8vo. Parma, 1799 



PARIS. Bibliothfeque Nationale. Catalogue des 
livres imprimez de la Bibliothfeque du roy : 
theologie; belles-lettres; jurisprudence. [By P. 
J. BOUDOT and C. Sallier : with a memoir by 

J. B. JOURDAN.] 

7 vols. fol. Paris, 1739-53 

Calf, witli the arms of Louis iv. 

Catalogue des livres imprimes sur velin de la 



Lexicon Plautinum. 



8vo. Hanau, 1634 



Biblioth^que du roi. [By J. B. B. van Praet.] 
6 vols, in 5. 8vo. Paris, 1822-28 

I Catalogus codicum Mss. bibliothecae regiae. 

[By A. Mellot.] 

4 vols. fol. Paris, 1739-44 

Calf, with the arms of Louis xv. 

— Notices et extraits des manuscrits de la Biblio- 
th6que du roi [afterwards 'et autres biblio- 
th^ques ']. 

In progress. :i6 vols, in 56. fol. Parts, 

1787, etc. 



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PARIS. Church of Notre Dame. Cartulaire de 
rilglise Notre-Dame de Paris. Public par 
M. GuERARD. [Documents iniJdits sur rhistoire 
de France.] 

4 vols. 4to. Paris, 1850 

Conseil d'etat. Catalogue des livi-es de la 

bibliothfeque du Conseil d'Etat. [By A. A. 
Barbier.] 

2 vols. fol. Paris, 1803 

Hotel de Ville. Registres de I'Hotel de Ville 

do Paris pendant la Fronde ; suivis d'une rela- 
tion de ce qui s'est passe dans la ville et I'abbaye 
de Saint-Denis k la meme 6poque, publics par Le 
Roux DE LiNCY et DouisT d'Arcq. [Soci6te 
de I'Histoire de France.] 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 184.6-48 



— Soci^td des Amis des Noirs. Adresse a 
lAssemblee Nationale, pour Tabolition de la 
traite des noirs : f(5vrier 1790. 

8vo. Paris, 1790 



— sous Philippe le Bel ; d'aprfes des documents 
originaux et notamment d'aprfes un manuscrit 
contcnant le role de la taille, imposee sur las 
habitants de Paris en 12.02. Publie par H. 
Gi'.RAUD. [Documents in<5dits sur I'histoire de 
France.] 

4to. Paris, 1837 



Versailles et les provinces au dix-huitieme 

si^cle, anecdotes sur les r^gnes de Louis xv. et 
de Louis xvi. : par un ancien officicr aux Gardes- 
Fran^aises. [Dugast de Bois Saint-Just.] 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Paris, 1811 

PARIS and Vieiine. Vienna. Wherein is storied ye 
valorous atehicuements, famous triumphs, con- 
stant loue, great miseries and finall happines of 
the well deserving, truly noble and most valiant 
k* S'" Paris of Vienna and ye most admired 
amiable Princess the faire Vienna. 

4to. Fm- Richard Hawkins. London [ 1 620] 

Another edition. liepiinted from Caxton's 



edition with a preface, glossary, and notes [by 
W. C. Hazutt]. 

4to. London, 1868 

PARIS, Alexis Paulin. 

See Ville-Hardouin, G. de. De la conqueste de 
Constantinoble. Paris, 1838. 



PARIS, Antoine Louis. 

Sec N^gociations, lettres et pieces diverses, etc. 
Paris, 1841. 

PARIS, Gaston. See Romania. Paris, 1872, etc. 

PARIS, John. 

See True state of Trinity College. London, 1710. 

PARIS, Matthew. 

See Chaucer Society. Second Series, vii. [No. 3]. 
„ Roger of Wendover. Chronica. [English 
Historical Society.] 

Historia major, cum Eogeri Wendoveri, 

Willielmi Pushangeri, authorisque majori mino- 
rique historiis chronicisque MSS. fideliter collata : 
editore W. Wats. 

2 vols. fol. London, 1639-40 

Another edition. Editore W. Wats. 

fol. Paris, 1644 

Chronica majora. [From the Creation to 

1259.] Edited by H. R. Luard. [Rolls Series, 
No. 57.] 

7 vols. 8vo. London, 1872-83 



Historia Anglorum, sive, ut vulgo dicitur, 

Historia Minor, 1067-1253. Edited by Sir F. 
Madden. [Rolls Series, No. 44.] 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1866-69 

PARIS DE MEYZIEU, Jean Baptiste. Bibliotheca 
Parisiana : a catalogvie of a collection of books 
formed in France, to be sold by auction 26 
March 17!»1. [AVith prices in MS.] 

8vo. London, 1791 

PARISETUS, Ludovicus. Ad Varium Tolomaeum 
fratrem theopoeiae libri vi. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1550 

De divina in hominem benevolentia atque 

beneficentia orationes iii. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1552 



Another edition. 



8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1559 



De immortalitate animae. 

4 to. Ant. Viottus. Reggio, 1541 



Epistolae. 



4to. Ant. Viottvs. Reggio, 1541 



PARTSETUS— PARKER 



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PARISETUS, Ludovicus. Epistolarum posteriorum 
libri iii. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1553 



Pausithea, ad P. Sylverium. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1554 



PARISH, "William Douglas. A dictionary of the 
Sussex dialect and collection of provincialisms 
in use in the county of Sussex. [English 
Dialect Society, No. 6*.] 

8vo. Lewes, 1875 

and SHAW, William Francis. A dictionary 



of the Kentish dialect and provincialisms in use 
in the county of Kent. [English Dialect Society, 
No. 54.] ' 

8vo. London, 1887 

PARISOT, Pierre. 

For Life, see Vie du fameux P^re Norbert [i.e. 
P. Parisot]. London, 1762. 

PARISOTTI, Giovanni Battista. 

S«« Catullus, C. V. L'epitalamio. Padua, 1731. 

PARIVAL, Jean Nicolas de. 

See Delices de la Hollande. The Hnfjue, 1726. 

The historic of this iron age, wherein is set 



down the true state of Europe as it was in 1500, 
with a description of the most memorable trans- 
.actions from that time : rendred into English 
by B. Harris. Second edition. 

fol. London, 1 659 

PARIZ-PAPAI, Franciscus. Dictionarium Hun- 
garico-Latinum, olim ab Albkrto Molnaro 
collectum : dictionarium Latino-Hungaricum. 
Edidit P. Bod. 

2 vols. 8vo. Hermannstadt, 1782 

PARK, Sir James Allan. 

Sec British flag triumphant. LumIoh, 1806. 

PARK, John James. The topography and natural 
history of Hampstead. With un appendix of 
original records. 

4to. London, 1814 

PARK, Mungo. 

See African Association. Proceedings, Tjondon, 
1792-98. 

The journal of a mission to the interior of 

Africa in the year 1805, to which is prefixed an ' 
account of the life of Mr. Park. 

4to. London, 1815 | 
VOL. III. 



PARK, Mungo. Travels in the interior districts of 
Africa in the years 1795-97. With an appendix, 
containing geographical illustrations of Africa, 
by Major Rennell. 

4to. London, 1790 

PARK, Thomas. 

See Harington, Sir J. Nugae antiquae. Tjondon, 
1804. 
„ Harleian miscellany. Zwiion, 1808-13. 

PARKE, Daniel. 

See French, G. History of Colonel Parke's 
administration. London, 1717. 

PARKE, GUbert. 

See Bclingbroke, H. St. J., viscount. "Works. 
London, 1777-98. 

PARKE, Robert. 

See Gonzalez de Mendoza, J. History of China. 

[Hakluyt Society.] 

PARKER Society. Publications. 

54 vols. 8voandl2mo. Caml>rid(je, 1841-55 

Bale, John. Select works, containing the 
examinations of Lord Cobhara, William Thorpe 
and Anne Askewe ; and Image of both churches. 
Edited by H. Christmas. 

Becon, Thomas. The catechism, with other 
pieces written by him in the reign of Edward vi. 
Edited by J. Ayre. 

Early works. Edited by J. Ayre. 

Prayers, and other pieces. Edited by 



J. Ayre. 

Bradford, John. Writings, containing sermons, 
meditations, examinations, etc. Edited by A. 
TOWNSEND. 2 vols. 

Bull, Henry. Christian prayers and holy 
meditations as well for private as public exercise 
(1566). 

Bullingcr, Heiiirich. Decades. Translated by 
H. I. Edited by T. Harding. 4 vols 

Calfhill, James. An answer to J. Martiall's 
treatise of the Cross. Edited by R. GiBBlNGS. 

Cooper, Thomas. An answer in defence of 
the truth against the Apology of private mass ; 
to which is prefixed the work answered entitled 
An Apology of private mass. Edited b)' W. 

GOODE. 

Coverdale, Miles. Remains. Edited by G. 
Pearson. 



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PARKER 



PARKER Society {continued). 

Covcrdale, Miles. Writings and translations. 
Edited by G. PEARSON. 

Cranmer, Thomas. Works. Edited by J. E. 
Cox. 2 vols. 

Fiilke, William. A defence of the sincere and 
true translations of the Holy scripture into the 
English tongue against the cavils of Gregory 
Martin. Edited by C. H. Hartshorne. 

Stapledon's fortress overthrown : A 



rejoinder to Martiall's reply : A discovery of the 
dangerous rock of the popish church commended 
by G. Sanders. Edited by R. Gibbings. 

Gough, Henry. A general index to the publi- 
cations of the Parker Society. 

Grindal, Edmund. Remains. Edited by W. 
Nicholson. 

Hooper, John. Early writings. Edited by 
S. Carr. 

Later writines with his letters and other 



pieces. Edited by C. Nevinson. 

Hutchinson, Roger. Works. Edited by J. 
Bruce. 

Jewel, John. Works. Edited by J. Ayre. 
4 vols. 

Latimer, Hugh. Works. Edited by G. E. 
CORRIE. 2 vols. 

Liturgical services ; liturgies, and occasional 
forms of prayer set forth in the reign of queen 
Elizabeth. Edited by W. K. Clay. 

Norden, John. A progress of piety. 

Nowell, Alexander. A catechism written in 
Latin, together with the same translated into 
English by T. Norton, with a sermon preached 
by Dean Nowell. Edited by G. E. GoRRiE. 

Parker, Matthew. Correspondence 1535-75. 
Edited by J. Bruce and T. T. Perowne. 

Philpot, John. The examination and writings 
of J. P. Edited by E. Eden. 

Pilkington, James. Works. Edited by J. 
Scholefield. 

Prayer Book. The two liturgies, \3\[) and 
15.")2, with other documents set forth by authority 
in the reign of King Edward VI., viz. the order 
of Communion, 1548; the Primer, 1553; the 
Catechism and Articles, 1553; Catechismus 
Brevis, 1553. Edited by J. Ketley, 



PARKER Society (continued). 

Private prayers put forth by authority during 
the reign of queen Elizabeth; the Primer of 
1559; theOrariumof 1560; the Preces privatae 
of 1564; the book of Christian Prayers, 1578; 
with an appendix containing the Litany of 1 544. 
Edited by W. K. Clay. 

Ridley, Nicholas. Works. Edited ))y H. 

Christmas. 

Rogers, Thomas. The catholic doctrine of 
the church of England : an exposition of the 
thirty -nine articles. Edited by J. J. S. Perowne. 

Sandys, Edwin. Sermons ; to which are 
added some miscellaneous pieces by the same 
author. Edited by J. Ayre. 

Tindale, William. An answer to sir T. More's 
dialogue, the Supper of the Lord, and W. 
Tracy's testament expounded. 

Doctrinal treatises and introductions 

to different portions of the Holy Scriptures. 
Edited by H. AV alter. 

Expositions and notes on sundry portions 



of the Holy Scriptures, together with the practice 
of prelates. Edited by H. Walter. 

Select poetry, chiefly devotional, of the reign 
of Queen Elizabeth. Collected and edited by 
E. Farr. 

Whitaker, William. A disputation on Holy 
Scripture against the papists, especially Bellar- 
mine and Stapleton. Edited by W. Fitzgerald. 

Whitgift, John. Works. Edited by J. Ayre. 
3 vols. 

Woolton, John. The Christian maimal. 

Zurich (The) Letters. Translated and edited 
by H. Robinson. 4 vols. 

PARKER, Angelina. 

See Atkinson, J. C. Cleveland words. [l']nglish 
Dialect Society.] 
,, Smith, Henry. Isle of \\'ight words. 
[English Dialect Society.] 

PARKER, Charles Stuart. 

See Questions for a reformed parliament. Lon- 
don, 1867. 

PARKER, Henry, Carmelite. The dialogue of 
Dives and Pauper. [Anon.] 

fol. Rkhnrd Pi/n.vm,. London, 14<).'i 



Another edition. 

fol. Wi/nl-yiL df Worde. JFestminster, 1496 



PARKER 



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PARKER, Henry, of Lincoln's Inn. 

Sc'j Case of Shipmony. [London] 1 640. 
,, Charles I., King of Great Britain. The 

King's cal)inet opened. London, Hii.J. 
,, Contra-Eeplicant (The). [Limdon, 1()4,'J.] 
„ Jenkins, D. Tho cordiall of Judge Jenkins. 

[London] KilT. 
,, Observations upon some of his majesties late 
answers. [Loudon, l(5t2.] 

PARKER, Henry Walter. Van Dieman's Land, it.s 
ri.se, progress, and present state, with advice to 
emigrants, and supplement shewing the state of 
the colony in May, 1834. 

12mo. London, IS.Si 

PARKER, James. The early history of Oxford, 
7-7-1108, preceded by a sketch of the mythical 
origin of the City and LTnivcrsity. [Oxford 
Historical Societj^ iii.] 

8vo. U.vford, 1885 

PARKER, John Henry. 

See Glossary of terms used in architecture. 
Oxford, 1840, dc. 
„ Rickman, T. An attempt to discriminate 
the styles of architecture. London, 1848, 
etc. 

Antiquities of Rome in danger. An appeal 



for help to save them. Being a statement of 
the accounts of the Roman Exploration fund for 
1872. 

8vo. [London, 1873] 

PARKER, Joseph. 

See Ecce Deus. Edinburgh, 1867. 
„ Paraclete (The). London, I S7 4:. 

The priesthood of Christ : a re-statement of 



vital truth. Second edition. 



8vo. London, 1877 



PARKER, Martin. The king and a poore northerne 
man ; full of simple mirth and merry plaine jests : 
from the edition of l640, attributed to JL P. 
[Edited by J. P. Collier.] [Percy Society, i.] 

8vo. London, 1841 

PARKER, Mary Ann. A voyage round the world 
in the Gorgon man <if-war, captain John Parker. 

8vo. Lttwlon, 179.T 

PARKER, Matthew, Archbishop of Canterbury. 
For Life, sec Strype, J. London, 1711, etc. 



PARKER, Matthew, Archbishop of Canterbury. 
See Aelfric. A testimonie of antiquitie. London 
[1567]. 
„ Bible, Poly glott. N. T., Gospels. 1571. 
,, Cambridge, University of. Corpus Christi 
College. Catalogus libroruni manuscrip- 
torum. London, 1722. 
,, Defence of priestesmariages. London [\o69,\ 

Correspondence, 15.'i5-1575. Edited by J. 

Bruce and T. T. Pekowne. [Parker Society, 
xlix.] 

8vo. ■ Cambridge, 1853 

De antiquitate Britannicac Ecclcsiae et privi- 
leges Ecclesiae Cantuariensis, cum archiepiscopis 
ejusdcm. 

fol. John Day. London, 1572 

Another edition. Recensente S. Drake. 

Fusior Augustiiu vita et academiae historia 

fol. London, 1729 



Cantabrigiensis. 



PARKER, Samuel, Bishop of Oxford. 

See Marvell, A. The rehearsal transposed. 
London, 1 672. 
„ Reproof to the Rehearsal transposed. Lon- 
don, 1673. 
„ Samuel, l[or]d b[isho]p of Oxon, his reasons, 
etc. London, 1688. 



— De rebus .sui temporis commentariorum libri 
quatuor. 

8vo. London, 1726 

A discourse sent to the late King James, to 



persuade him to embrace the Protestant religion ; 
to which are prefixed two letters from sir Leolyn 
Jenkins and from the said bishop. 

4to. London, 169O 

PARKER, Samuel, of Trinity College, Oxford. 

Sec Athanasius, Saint. Four orations against 
the Arians. Oxford, 1713. 

PARKER, Theodore. 

For Life, .<!('(• Weiss, J. London, 1863. 
See Wette, W. M. L. de. Introduction to the 
Old Testament. Jhslon, 1843. 



Collected works. Edited by F. P. Cobbe. 

14 vols. 8vo. London, i86S-7 2 



1854 



P ARKER— PARLIAMENT 



PARKER, William Kitchen. 

See Carpenter, W. B. Introduction to the study 
of the Foraminifera. [Ray Society.] 

A monograph on the structure and develop- 
ment of the shoulder-girdle and sternum in the 
vertebrata. [Ray Society, 18()7.] 

fol. London, 1868 

PARKES, W. Kineton. 

&<; Igdrasil. Lmidon, lS90-9% 

PARKES, William. The curtaine-drawer of the 
world (1612). Edited by A. B. Grosart. 
[Occasional issues, ii. 2.] 

■ito. [Mandiestcr] 1876 

PARKHURST, John. A Greek and English lexicon 
to the New Testament : to this work is prefixed 
a Greek grammar, etc. Second edition. 

■ito. London, \lQi- 



Fourth edition. 



4.to. Loiulon, 1804. 



— An Hebrew and English lexicon, without 
points : to which work are prefixed an Hebrew 
and a Chaldee grammar. Third edition. 

4to. Loiulon, 179'-3 

— Fourth edition. 



8vo. London, 1799 

PARKIN, Charles. 

&« Blomefield, F. History of Norfolk. 17^9- 
7o, etc. 

■ • An answer to, or remarks upon Dr. Stukeley's 

Origines Roystoniana; ; wherein the antiquity 
and imagery of the Oratory, lately discovered at 
Royston, are truly stated and accounted for. 

4to. London, 1744 



— The history and antiquities of the city of 
Norwich. 

8vo. Lynn, 1783 

— The history and antiquities of Yarmouth, 
Norfolk. 

8vo. Lynn, 1776 



A reply to the objections brought by Dr. 

Stukely in his Origines Roystonianae, No. 2, 
against an answer to his Origines Roystonianae, 
No. 1, wherein the said answer is maintained, 
Royston proved to be an old Saxon town, etc. 

4to. Norwich, 1748 
PARKINS, Sir William. 

See Collier, J. The case of the two absolvers. 
London, l6y6. 



PARKINS, Sir WilUam. 

See Collier, J. A defence of the absolution. 
[Lmulan, 1696.] 

PARKINSON, Anthony. 

See P. (A.) Collectanea Anglo - Minoritica. 
London, 1726. 

PARKINSON, James, Fellow of Lincoln College, 
Oxford. 

See Accoimt of Mr. Parkinson's exprdsion from 
the University of Oxford. London, l689. 

PARKINSON, James, Museum proprietor. 

See Lever, Sir A. Museum Leverianum. [London] 
1792. 

PARKINSON, James, Surgeon. 
See Old Hubert, pseud. 
„ Smith, John, Bookseller. Assassination of 

the king. London, 1195. 
„ Vindication of the London Corresponding 
Society. London [1794]. 

PARKINSON, John. Paiadisi in sole, paradisus 
terrestris ; or, a choice garden of all sorts of 
rarest flowers, with their nature, place of birth, 
time of flowring, names, and vertues to each 
plant, useful in physick, or admired for beauty. 
Second impression. 

fol. London, l656 

Theatrum botanicum : the theatre of plants, or 

an herball of a large extent. 

fol. Thomas Cotes. London, 1640 

PARKINSON, Richard. 

Si'e Byrom, J. Private jmirnal. [Chetham 
Society.] 
„ Martindale, A. Life. [Chetham Society.] 
„ Newcome, H. Autobiography 
Society.] 



[Chetham 



PARKINSON, Sydney. A journal of a voyage to 
the South seas in H.M.S. Endeavour. 

4to. London, 1773 

PARLIAMENT (The) of ladies ; or, divers remark- 
able passages of ladies in Spring-Garden; in 
parliament assembled. [By Henky Nevile.] 

4to. [London] 1647 
See aho Ladies a second time assembled. 

PARLIAMENT. 

&<; Johnson, S. Works. O.efwd, 1825. [For 
Parliamentarj^ Debates.] 



PARLIAMENT 



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PAELIAMENT. [Proceedings, etc.] The parlia- j 
meiitary history of England, from the earliest 
period to the year ISOS. [By W. CoJiBETT.] 

06 vols. [Continued as : Cobbett's Parliamentary : 

debates, and Hansard's Parliamentary debates. I 

Four series.] j 

III progress. 8vo. London, 1804, etc. | 



— Eecords of the parliament holden at Westmin- 
ster 28 February 1305. Edited by F. W. Mait- 
LAND. [Kolls Series, No. 98.] 

8vo. London, 18.93 

— Parliamentary debates in I610. Edited from 
the notes of a member of the house of commons 
by S. Iv. Gardiner. [Camden Society, Ixxxi.] 

4to. London, ISGtl 



— A remonstrance ; or, the declaration of the 
lords and commons, now assembled in imrliament, 
26 May 16-12, in answer to a declaration under 
his maje-sties name concerning the businesse of 
Hull, 21 of May, l642. 

4to. London, 1642 



— An ordinance and declaration of the lords and 
commons, allowing and authorising any of his 
majesties good and loyall subjects to furnish 
with all manner of warlike provision to make 
stay of all such supplies as they shall seize upon, 
going to assist the rebels in Ireland. [21 Oct.] 

4to. London, 1642 



— The declaration of the lords and commons 
assembled in the parliament of England, to the 
subjects of Scotland : with his majesties message 
to the lords of his privy counsell of Scotland, 
upon that occasion. [7 Nov.] 

4to. 0.rfonl, 1642 



— All the acts, ordinances and orders of parlia- 
ment ; for the indempnitie or saving harmlesse 
all those that have acted or done any thing by 
sea or land, by the authority and for the service 
of the parliament. [7 Nov. 1642-23 June 1652.] 

4to. London [l652] 

— Au ordinance of the lords and commons for the 
speedy setting forth of certaine ships to prevent 
the bringing over of souldiers, etc., to assist the 
king against the parliament in England. [10 
Dec.] 

4to. London, 1642 



—A declaration of the lords and commons that 
no vessels shall from henceforward make any 
voyage to New-Castle for the fetching of coales, 



or any other commodity, etc. [14 Jan.] 1642. 
[Newcastle Peprints, i. 6.] 

8vo. Newcastk, 1843 

PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the lords and 
commons, that no wharfinger, woodmonger, or 
other seller of Newcastle coales within the cities 
of London and Westminster, shall sell any Nev/- 
castlc coales above the rate of 23s. the chaldron. 
[21 Feb.] l6lij- [Newcastle Reprints, vii. <).] 

8vo. Xeumstle, 1846 

A declaration and ordinance of the lords and 

commons, for the seizing and sequestring of the 
estates of certaine kinds of notorious delinquents 
to the use of the army. [Printed 1 April.] 

4to. London, l643 



— A declaration of the lords and commons 
straightly forbidding all inkeepers, etc., to 
harbour any marriuers, etc., prest into any of 
his majesties or merchants ships after procla- 
mation made to give them notice to repair on 
board. [4 April.] Also a letter from Sir John 
Hotham. 

4to. I^oadon, l643 

— An ordinance, with scverall propositions of the 
lords and commons for the speedy raising of 
forces to reduce the town of Newcastle. [5 June] 
1643. [Newcastle Reprints, i. 8.] 

8vo. Newcastk, 1843 



— A declaration and resolution of the lords and 
commons in parliament : in answer to the Scots 
declaration, presented unto them by the com- 
missioners of the said kingdome. [6 June.] 

4to. London [1643] 



— Order for the regulating of printing. [14 
June] 1643. 

See Milton, J. 

— Two ordinances of the lords and commons, the 
first [24 Oct.] enabling the committee of the 
Admiralty to grant commissions to such mer- 
chants as shall set out ships at their own charge ; 
the second [31 Oct.] for the sequestring of the 
estates of spyes and intelligencers. 

4to. Lmulon, 1643 



— An ordinance of the lords and commons, 

enabling all persons approved of by parliament 

to set forth ships in warlike manner for the 

guarding of the seas and defence of his majesties 

dominions. [30 Nov.] 

4to. London, 1643 



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PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the lords and 
commons for the better raising, leavying and 
impresting of mariners, saylers, and others, for 
the present guarding of the seas, and necessary 
defence of the realm. [12 Jan.] 

4to. Londmi [1643] 

An ordinance of the lords and commons 

enabling all persons approved of by Parliament 
to set forth ships in war-like manner, for the 
guarding of the seas, and defence of his majesties 
dominions. [Printed 20 Jan.] 

4to. [^London, 1643] 

An ordinance of the lords and commons 

assembled in parliament, with instructions for 
the taking of the league and covenant in the 
kingdom of England, and dominion of Wales 
[2 Feb. 1 idA-o] : with an exhortation for the 
taking of the covenant, etc. 

2 parts in 1 vol. -ito. London [1643-44] 



— An ordinance of the lords and commons for the 
upholding the government and fellowship of 
merchants of England trading in the Levant 
seas, for the maintenance of clothing, etc. 
[Printed 11 March.] 

4to. London, l643 

— All the severall ordinances, directions and 
■('otes of the Lords and Commons, for the speedy 
establishing of the presbyteriall government. 
[Including Directions for the electing of ruling- 
elders, 19 August l64.i ; An ordinance concern- 
ing suspention from the sacrament of the Lords 
Supper, 20 Oct. 1 645 ; An ordinance for keeping 
of scandalous persons from the sacrament of the 
Lords Supper, etc., 14 March 1645; An ordi- 
nance for the present setling of the presbyteriall 
government, .5 June 1646; An ordinance for the 
ordination of ministers by the classicall pres- 
byters, 28 August 1646; An ordinance for the 
speedy dividing this kingdome into classicall 
presbyteries, 29 January l647; An ordinance 
for the repairing of churches and paying of 
church-duties, 9 February 1647; An ordinance 
for the ordination of ministers pro tempore, 2 
October 1644.] 

8 parts in 1 vol. 4to. London, 1(344-47 



PARLIAMENT. An ordinance and declaration of 
the lords and commons, one for the speedy 
setting forth of certain ships to prevent the 
bringing over of souldiers, ordnance and other 
ammunition to assist the king against the parlia- 
ment, the other for the incouragement of all 
owners, etc., who shall be employed in the said 
fleet. [Printed 6 April.] 

8vo. London, 1644 

An ordinance of the lords and commons, de- 
claring that it shall and may be lawfull for all 
foreigners and strangers in amity with this 
kingdom, to have free trade and commerce to 
and from the city of London, etc. [30 Aug.] 

8vo. Ljondon, 1644 



— An ordinance of the lords and commons, after 
advice had ^-ith the assembly of divines, for the 
ordination of ministers pro tempore, according 
to the directory for ordination. [2 Oct. Part 
of All the severall ordinances, etc.] 

4to. Ijondon, 1644 



— Directions of the lords and commons for the 
electing and choosing of ruling elders in all 
congregations, etc., for the speedy setling of the 
Presbyteriall government. [19 Aug.] 

4to. Londcm, 1645 

— Another edition. [Part of All the severall 
ordinances, etc.] 

4to. London, 1645 

— Another edition. [Part of All the severall 
ordinances, etc.] 

4to. London, 1645 

— A second declaration of the lords and commons 
assembled in i^arliament ; of the whole proceed- 
ings with the late extraordinary ambassadors 
from the States Generall of the United provinces ; 
concerning restitution of ships, and the course 

of trade. [15 Sept.] 

4to. London, l645 



— Another edition. [This edition does not con- 
tain the two ordinances of 29 Jan. and 9 Feb. 
1647.] 

6 parts in 1 vol. 4to. London, 1645-46 



An ordinance of the lords and commons, 

together with rules and directions concerning 
suspention from the sacrament of the Lords 
Supper in cases of ignorance or scandal. [20 
Oct. Part of All the severall ordinances, etc.] 

4to. London, l645 

Another edition. [20 Oct. l6l.").] [Part of 

All the severall ordinances, etc.] 

4to. London, 1645 



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PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the lords and 
commons for giving power to all the classicall 
presbyteries within their respective bounds to 
examine, approve, and ordaine ministers for 
severall congregations. [8 Nov. The same 
ordinance as that of 2 Oct. 1 644. Part of All 
the severall ordinances, etc.J 

4to. London, 1645 

Two ordinances of the parliament for the 

maintenance of some preaching ministers in the 
cities of York, etc. December 2(i, 1 645. [New 

castle Reprints, ii. 8.] 

8vo. Newcastk, 1845 



— An ordinance of the lords and commons for 
keeping of scandalous persons from the Sacra- 
ment of the Lords Supper, the enabling of 
congregations for the choice of elders, and 
suppij'ing of defects in former ordinances con- 
cerning church-government. [14 March. Part 
of All the severall ordinances, etc.] 

4to. London, l645 



— Another edition. [Part of All the severall 
ordinances.] 

4to. London, 1645 



— The answer of the lords and commons to 
several papers of the Commissioners of Scotland. 
[14 April.] 

4to. London, 1646 

— An ordinance of the lords and commons for 
the present selling (without further delay) of 
the Presbyteriall government in the Church of 
England. [5 June.] 

4to. London, l64C 

— Another edition. [Part of All the se\erall 
ordinances, etc.] 

4to. Jjomlon, 1646 

— Another edition. [Part of All the severall | 
ordinances, etc.] i 

4to. London, 1646 j 

— An ordinance of the lords and commons for i 
the ordination of ministers bj' the classicall 
presbyters within their respective bounds for 
the severall congregations in the kingdom of 
England. ['28 Aug. The same ordinance as 
that of 2 Oct. 1644. Part of All the severall 
ordinances, etc.] 

4to. London, 1 646 I 



PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the lords and 
commons for the selling of the lands of all 
the bishops in the kingdome of England 
and dominion of Wales, for the service of the 
common-wealth. [l6Nov.] 

4to. London, l646 

Remedies for removing some obstructions in 

church government. 22 April l647. 

•Ito. London, 1647 

An ordinance of the lords and commons for 

the visitation and reformation of the universitie 
of Oxford and the severall colledges and halls 
therein : with the names of the committee and 
visitors for the better regulating of the same. 
[1 May.] 

4to. London, 1647 

An ordinance of the lords and commons for 

the indempnity or saving harmlesse all those 
that have acted or done any thing by sea or land 
by authority of parliament. [21 May.] 

4to. London, l647 



Two speeches made by the speakers of both 

houses of Parliament [the earl of Manchester 
and Wm. Lenthall] to Sir Thomas Fairfax, on 
Friday, the 6 day of August 1647 : And an 
ordinance of both houses of Parliament making 
his excellency constable of the tower of London, 
and giving him power to make a lieutenant, etc. 

4to. London, l647 

An ordinance of the lords and commons for 

disabling delinquents to bear office, or to have 
any voyce or vote in the election of any Mayor, 
or any other officer, in city, or universities, or 
other place in the kingdom. [4 Oct.] 

4to. London, l647 

Severall ordinances of the lords and commons 

for the disbanding of all supernumerary forces 
within this kingdome under the command of 
Sir Thomas Fairfax : And that no officer or 
souldier after the 15 January 1647 shall have 
any free quarter, etc. [24 Dec] 

4to. London, 1647 



An ordinance of the lords and commons for 

the speedy dividing and setling the severall 
counties of this kingdome into distinct classi- 
call presbyteries and congregationall elderships. 
[20 Jan. " Part of All the severall ordinances, 

etc.] 

4to. London, 1047 



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PAELIAMENT. An ordinance of the lords and 
commons for the repairing of churches, and pay- 
ing of all church-duties whatsoever within the 
kingdome of England and dominion of Wales. 
[9 Feb. Part of All the severall ordinances, etc.] 

4to. London, 1647 

The votes of the lords and commons touching 

no farther address to the king, with a declaration 
thereupon, published by the commons. [17 Feb.] 

4to. London, l6-i7 

A declaration of the lords and commons con- 
cerning the papers of the Scots commissioners 
entituled. The Answer of the commissioners, 
etc., upon the new propositions of peace and the 
four bills, etc. [4 I\Iar.] 

4to. London, 1647 



— An ordinance of the lords and commons for 
setling the jurisdiction of the court of Admiralty. 
[12 April.] 

4to. London, l64S 

— A declaration of the lords and commons con- 
cerning the reducing of the late revolted ships 
to the obedience of parliament. [14 July.] 

4to. London, 1648 



— An ordinance of the lords and commons con- 
cerning the company of merchants trading into 
France. [19 Oct.] 

4to. London, 1648 



— A declaration of the parliament of England 
expressing the grounds of their late proceedings, 
and of setling the present government in the 
way of a free state. [17 Mar.] 

4to. London, 1648 

— A declaration of the parliament of England, in 
•vandication of their proceedings and discovering 
the dangerous practices of several interests, 
against the present government, and peace of 
the Commonwealth. [27 Sept.] 

4to. London, l649 



regard to the government of the kingdom under 
the Commonwealth. 23 Jan.] 

4to. London, 1659 

PARLIAMENT. Anno primo Wilhelmi et Mariae. 
An act for establishing the coronation oath. 

4.to. [London, l689] 



— A declaration of the parliament of the common- 
wealth of England, relating to the affairs and 
proceedings between this commonwealth and the i 
States General of the United Provinces, of the 
Low Countreys, etc. [9 June.] 

4to. London, 1652 



— A declaration of the parliament assembled at 
Westminster [declaring their intentions with 



— A supplement to the collection of the debates 
and proceedings in Parliament, in l694 and 
1695, upon the inquiry into the late briberies, 
and corrupt practices. 

4to. London, l695 



— The proceedings upon the bill of divorce 
between his grace the Duke of Norfolk and the 
Lady Mary Mordant. 

fol. London, 1700 



— Debates and speeches in both houses concerning 
the Schism-Bill ; with the lords protest against 
it, as also the whole act at large. 

8vo. London, 1715 

— Anno regni Georgii 11. decimo nono, at the 
parliament begun and holden at Westminster 
the first day of December, anno dom. 1741, con- 
tinued to 17 October 1745 : an Act for the more 
effectual disarming the Highlands. 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1746 

— Authentic pieces respecting the proceedings in 
both Houses of Parliament, and in the county 
meeting at York ; or, a plan for restraining the 
enormous power of the crown, and retrenching 
the public expenditure. 

8vo. [London ?] 17H0 



— A full and faithful report of the debates in 
both houses of parliament, 17-21 Feb. 1783, on 
the Articles of peace. 

Svo. London, 1783 



— The resolutions of England and L-eland relative 
to a commercial intercourse between the two 
kingdoms. 

Svo. London, 1785 



— A. translation of such parts of the rolls of 
Parliament, as are referred to in the schedule 
annexed to the report of the committee appointed 
to search for precedents, etc. 

Svo. London, 1788 



— Debates in both houses of Parliament [20 May 
1791 — 11 June 1792] on the bill introduced by 
C. J. Fox for removing doubts res])ecting the 



PARLIAMENT 



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functions of juries in cases of libel : to which is 
subjoined the statute. 

8vo. London, 1792 

PARLIAMENT. The debates in both houses, 13-15 
December 179~, on the King's speech : with a list 
of the members who divided with Mr. Fox. 

8vo. London, 1792 



— A full, correct, and complete abstract of the 
act, passed in the present session of Parliament, 
for raising the increased assessed taxes : together 
with an appendix stating the different taxes pay- 
able under the old assessment. 

8vo. London, 1798 



— Substance of the debates on a resolution for 
abolishing the slave trade, moved in the house 
of commons 10 June 1806 and in the house of 
lords 24 June 1806. 

12mo. London, 1806 



— Parliamentary debates on the Dissenters' 
Chapels Bill, 7 and 8 Vict. c. 45, 184.4. 

8vo. London, 1844 

— [Lists of Members.] The names of the 
members of parliament which began on Munday, 
4 June 1653, with the severall transactions since 
that time. 

4to. London, 1654 

— A list of both houses of parliament prorogued 
to the 26th of January 1679. 

broadside, fol. London, 1679 

— An exact and useful list of the lords spiritual 
and temporal, with the knights, etc., chosen to 
serve in the parliament of Great Britain, sum- 
moned to meet at Westminster on the 17 th of 
March, 1715. 

4to. London [1715] 

— Honse of Lords. A complete collection of pro- 
tests of the Lords, 1641-1737. 



8vo. London, 1737 

— Protestation upon rejecting the impeachment 
of Mr. Fitz-Harris, March 28, 1681. 

single sheet, fol. London, l681 

— Eeasons and protestations entred in the house 
of lords, 23 March l688, 5 April l689, 20 April 
1689, 25 May 1689. 

4to. London, l689 

VOL in. 



PARLIAMENT. House of Lords. Some passages 
of the house of lords : in the winter sessions of 
Parliament in the year [l6]92. 

4to. [London, 1693] 



Proceedings and resolutions in relation to the 



lords impeached or charged. 



fol. London, 1701 



— The report of the Lords committees appointed 
to draw np the state of the case upon the writ of 
error, lately depending in the House of Peers, 
wherein Matthew Ashby was plaintiff, and 
William White and others defendants. 

fol. London, 1704 



— The humble address, with the reports therein 
contained, and the several examinations annexed, 
presented to her majesty, on Munday 22 March, 
1707 : with her majesties most gracious answer. 

fol. London, 1708 



— [Begins] Die Martis, 19 Dec. 1721. The order 
of the day being read for the taking into further 
consideration his majesty's speech, etc. [Protest 
of 19 peers against the rejection of a motion for 
the production of admiral Byng's instructions : 
with the protest of the king of Spain, dated 
11 Sept. 1718.] 

4to. [London, 1721] 



— A compleat collection of the protests of the 
lords during this last sessions of parliament. 

8vo. London, 1722 

— A report from the Lords Committees to whom 
the report and original papers delivered by the 
House of Commons at several conferences were 
referred, and who were impowered to examine 
Christopher Layer. 

fol. London, 1723 

— A collection of the several protests in the 
House of Lords, in the session of parliament in 
the years 1722 and 1723. 

fol. London, 1723 



— Compleat collection of all the protests of the 
Lords during this last session of parliament : to 
which is prefix'd the petition against the city- 
bill. 

fol. London, 1725 



— The genuine protests of the lords, during the 
last session of parliament : amongst which is that 
relating to Bambridge's affair. 

fol. London, 1729 



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PARLIAMENT. House of Lords. Report of the 
Lords committees appointed to examine the 
physicians who have attended his majesty during 
his illness, touching the state of his majesty's 
health. 

8vo. London, 1788 

Reports of the secret committee, etc., 1794. 

See Parliament. House of Commons. Second 
report from the committee of secrecy. 
London, 1794. 

The protests, entered on the journals of the 

House of Lords, against the Danish expedition, 
Jan. 21, 1808, by the duke of Gloucester, the 
earl of Moira, the earl of Lauderdale, the earl 
Grey, lord Holland, the duke of Norfolk, viscount 
Sidmouth, and Lord Erskine. 

8vo. Lcmdm, 1808 

House of Commons. [Proceedings, etc.] De- 
bates in the house of commons in l625. Edited, 
from a MS. in the library of Sir R. Knightley, by 
S. R. Gardiner. [Camden Society, N. S., vi.] 

4to. London, 1873 



— A declaration of the commons assembled in 
parliament concerning the rise and progresse of 
the grand rebellion in Ireland, together with a 
multitude of examinations of persons of quality, 
etc. 

4to. London, 1643 

— A declaration of the commons of England 
assembled in parliament, of their true intentions 
concerning the ancient and fundamental govern- 
ment of the kingdom, the government of the 
church, etc. 

4to. London, l646 



— A declaration of the Commons of England in 
Parliament assembled ; expressing their reasons 
and grounds of passing the late resolutions 
touching no farther address or application to be 
made to the king: 11 Feb. 1647. 

^to. London, 1647 

— Another edition. 

4to. London. 1647 
See also Kingdomes briefe answer. London, l648. 
,, Royal. Royall apologie ; or, an answer, 
etc. Paris, 1648. 

— A declaration of the commons assembled in 
parliament, concerning the jurisdiction of the 
Admiralty. 

4to. Tendon, 1648 



PARLIAMENT. House of Commons. A declara- 
tion of the commons of England assembled in 
parliament, expressing their reasons for adnulling 
and vacating of these ensuing votes. 

4to. London, 1648 [1649] 

Votes, etc., of the honourable house of Com- 
mons, Feb. 25, etc., l662, upon reading his 
majesties gratious declaration and speech. 

single sheet. 4to. [London, l662] 

Votes and addresses of the honourable house 

of Commons assembled in parliament, made this 
present year 1673, concerning Popery and other 

4to. [London, l673] 

— Votes, printed according to the order of the 
house [1680-81]. 

fol. London, 1680 



— The debates in the house of commons assembled 
at Oxford from 24 March, 1680. 

fol. London, 1681 

— Votes of the house of commons at Oxford. 
[March 21st to 28th, 1681. In 5 numbers.] 

fol. London, 1681 



The several debates of the house of Commons, 

in the reign of the late King James ii,, relating 
to the establishment of the militia, etc., 9-20 
Nov. 1685. 

4to. London, 1697 

A state of the proceedings with relation to the 

impeached lords : and what happened thereupon 
between the two houses. 

fol. London, 1701 

All the proceedings in relation to the Ayles- 

bury-men, committed by the house of commons : 
and the report of the Lords journal, and reports 
of the conferences and of the free conference. 

fol. London, 1704 

determinations of the honourable house of 

commons concerning elections, and all their 
incidents. 

8vo. Londmi, 1741 

Sir Henry Cavendish's debates of the house of 

commons during the 13th parliament of Great 
Britain, commonly called the LTnreported Parlia- 
ment [1768-71]: with illustrations, drawn up 
from the original Mss. by J. Wright. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1841 



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PARLIAMENT. House of Commons. A complete 
and accurate account of the very important 
debate in the house of commons on Tuesda}', 
July 9, 1782, in which the cause of Mr. Fox's 
resignation and the question of American inde- 
pendence came under consideration. 

Svo. iMidon, 1782 



— The resolutions of the house of commons on 
the grand and constitutional questions between 
the privileges of the house of commons and the 
prerogative of the crown : from the 1 7th of 
December 178.'i to the lOth of March 1784. 

Svo. London, 17S-i 

— Debates, 12-I() Jan. 1784., on Mr. Pitt's bill 
for regulating the territorial concerns of the 
East India Company, with a copy of the bill. 

Svo. London, 1784 

— An authentic account of the debate in the 



house of commons, on Monday, March 8, 1784, 
on the extraordinary resolutions moved by Mr. 
Fox, with a list of the division. 

Svo. London [1784] 

— The debate on the subject of a regency, on 
Tuesday December l6, 1788. 

Svo. London, 1788 

— Abridgment of the minutes of the evidence 
taken before a committee of the whole house to 
whom it was referred to consider of the slave 
trade. 

4 parts in 1. Svo. [London] 1789-1791 

— The debate on a motion for the abolition of the 
slave-trade, on April 18 and 19, 1791 ; reported 
in detail. 

Svo. London, 1791 

— Authentic report of the debate, on the 6th and 
7 th of May 1793, on Mr. Grey's motion for a 
reform in Parliament : with a copy of the petition 
of the Friends of the People. 

Svo. London [1793] 

— The interesting debate on Mr. Grey's motion, 
on Wednesday, March 25, 1801, for an enquiry 
into the state of the nation, etc. 

Svo. London \\%0\] 

— (Committees.) 

A report from the committee of secrecy, 
appointed to examine several books and papers 
relating to the late negotiations of peace and 



commerce, etc.: reported June 9th, 1715, by 
R. Walpole, chairman. 

fol. London, 1715 

PARLIAMENT. (Committees.) A report from 
the committee appointed to examine Christopher 
Layer and others : reported March 1st, 1722, by 
William Pultency : with appendixes. 

2 vols, in 1. fol. London, 1722 

A report from the committee appointed to en- 
quire into the state of the gaols of this kingdom : 
relating to the Marshalsea prison ; and farther 
relating to the Fleet prison, with the resolution 

of the house thereupon. 

fol. Londm, 1729 

A further report from the committee of secrecy, 

appointed to enquire into the conduct of Robert, 
Earl of Orford : delivered 30 June, 1742. 

Svo. London, 1742 

Report from the committee appointed (upon 

the 4th day of March 1763) to take into con- 
sideration the several estimates and accounts 
presented to this house in the present, or in any 
former session of parliament. 

4to. [London] 176o 

The genuine minutes of the select committee 

appointed by the house of commons to enquire 

into East India affairs : and their genuine report. 

2 parts in 1. Svo. London, 1773 

Report from the select committee, to whom 

it was referred to consider and examine the 
accounts of extraordinary services incurred and 
paid, and not provided for by parliament, 1776- 
78. 

Svo. London, 1778 

Minutes of the evidence taken before a com- 
mittee of the house of commons, to whom it was 
referred to consider of so much of his majesty's 
speech on the 25th of January, 1785, as relates 
to the adjustment of the commercial intercourse 
between Great Britain and Ireland. 

Svo. Dublin, 1785 

Report from the select committee, to whom it 

was referred to examine and state the se\eral 
accounts, and other papers relating to the public 
income and expenditure, and to rep.ort what may 
be expected to be the annual amount in future. 

Svo. London, 1786 



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PARLIAMENT. (Committees.) Report from the 
committee appointed to examine the physicians 
who have attended his majesty during his ill- 
ness, touching the state of his majesty's health. 

8vo. London, 1788 



Third edition. 



Another edition. 



8vo. London [1789] 



8vo. London, 1789 



— Report from the select committee appointed to 
examine and state the several accounts, and other 
papers, presented to the house of commons in the 
session of Parliament, relating to the public 
income and expenditure, and to report. 

8vo. London, 1791 



— First report from the select committee ap- 
pointed to take into consideration the present 
state of commercial credit, and to report their 
opinion and observations thereupon to the house. 

8vo. London, 1793 

— First report from the committee of secrecy. 

8vo. Lmidon, 1794' 



— The second report from the committee of 
secrecy to the house of commons : to which is 
added the first and second reports of the secret 
committee of the house of lords. [With ap- 
pendices and a supplement.] 

8vo. London, 179+ 



— Report of the committee of secrecy, to whom 
the several papers, referred to in his majesty's 
message of the 2 2d of January 1799 were 
referred. 

8vo. London, 1799 



— (Lists of Members.) 

A perfect list of the names of the persons 
returned to serve in this parliament, 1656. 

4to. [Londoii, 1 656 ?] 



— An exact list of the knights and commissioners 
of shires, citizens and burgesses of the late 
Parliament, at the time of the Septennial Act, 
with their names who voted for and against the 
repealing the Triennial Act, with several speeches. 

8vo. London, 1722 

— A correct list of the members of the last house 
of commons, distinguished according to their 
votes in certain late public questions, in which 
the rights and liberties of the peoj)le were 
essentially concerned. 

fol. London, 1780 



PARLIAMENT. (Lists of Members.) An authentic 
list of both majority and minority, on the right 
honourable General Conway's motion, Feb. 27, 

1782. 

single sheet, fol. London, 1782 

A correct list of the several members, with the 

places they represent, who voted for and against 
Mr. Pitt's motion in support of the rights of the 
two houses of Parliament, on Tuesday, Dec. l6, 

1788. 

single sheet, fol. London, 1788 

of Ireland. A report of the debates in both 

houses of the parliament of Ireland on the Roman 
Catholic Bill, passed in the session of 1792. 

8vo. Dublin, 1792 



— House of Lords. The humble representation 
made to the king's majesty by the lords spiritual 
and temporal of the- parliament of Ireland, to 
which is subjoined the report of the lords com- 
mittees for courts of justice, etc. 

8vo. London, 1720 



— Report from the committee of secrecy of the 
house of lords of Ireland, appointed to take 
into consideration the matters of the sealed-up 
treasonable papers received from the commons 
the 4th of May 1797. 

Svo. London, 1797 

— Report of the debate on the Earl of Moira's 
motion, Monday, Feb. 19, 1798. 

Svo. London, 1798 

— Report from the committee of secrecy, as 
reported by the right hon. John, Earl of Clare, 
Lord High Chancellor, August ."O, 1798. Second 
edition. 

Svo. London, 1798 



— House of Commons. An impartial sketch of 
the debate, on a motion made August 12, 1785, 
by the right hon. Thomas Orde, secretary to the 
governor-general, for leave to bring in a bill 
for effectuating the intercourse between Great 
Britain and Ireland. By AV. Woodfall. 

Svo. London, 1785 



— Report from the committee of secrecy, ap- 
pointed to take into consideration the treason- 
able papers presented to the house of commons 
of Ireland Ap. 29th : to which is added a charge 
to the grand jury of the county of Dublin. By 
RoBEUT Day. 

Svo. London, 1797 



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PARLIAMENT of Ireland. House of Commons. 

Report from the committee of secrecy ap- 
pointed to take into consideration the treason- 
able papers presented to the house of commons 
of Ireland, on the 17th day of July by viscount 
Castlereagh : with all the appendixes. 

8vo. London, 1798 



Debate on Wednesday, the 15th of May, 1799- 

8vo. Dublin, 1799 



— A report of the debate on Wednesday and 
Thursdaj' the .ith and (ith of February 1800, on 
delivering a message from his majesty on an 
union. 

8vo. Biihlin, 1800 



— A report of the debate, 15-16 January 1800, 
on an amendment to the address, moved by sir 
Laurence Parsons, bart., on the subject of an 
union. 

Svo. Dublin, 1800 



— of Paris. The proceedings of the Parliament 
of Paris, upon the Pope's bull, concerning the 
franchises in the city of Rome, and the following 
ordonnance of the 26th of December, 1687. 
Translated into English. 

4to. London, l68S 

— Remonstrances du Parlement au roi, du 9 Avril 
1753. 

4to. London, 1753 



— of Scotland. The laws and acts of parliament 
made by James I., Ii., etc. [to Charles il., 26 May 
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Murray of Glendook, bart. [With the Exposi- 
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fol. Edinburgh, 1681 

— Another edition. 

3 vols. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1682-85 



— The laws and acts made in the first parliament 
of James vii. [and in successive parliaments to 
the Union, 23 April, 1685—25 March, 1707]. 
Collected by George, Viscount of Tarbet 
[and others]. 

1 3 parts in 2 vols. 1 2mo. Edinburgh, 1 685- 1 707 

— The proceedings of the parliament of Scotland, 
begun at Edinburgh 6th May 1703, with an 
account of all the material debates which occur'd 
during that session. 

4to. [London] 1704 



PARLIAMENTARY (The) censure of the Jesuites 
and fryers, being examined by a committee in 
the court of wards, with their confessions, etc. : 
whereunto is annexed more exceeding true and 
joyfull news from Ireland, describing a battell 
fought in the Neweries, April 18, l642. [By 
J. Gilbert.] 

4to. London, 1642 

PARMENIDES. 

See Poesis philosophica. [Genera] 1 573. 

PARNASO de' poeti classici d'ogni nazione tras- 
portati in lingua Italiana : — Tom. 1-3. Poesic 
Ebraiche : 4-10. Omero, Esiodo, Coluto, Museo : 
11. Eschilo, Sofocle: 12. Euripide : 13. Aristo- 
fane, Menandro, Callimaco, e epigrammi : 14. 
Teocrito, Mosco, Bione, Anacreonte, Saifo, Tirteo : 
15. Pindaro: l6-20. Virgilio : 20. Catullo : 21. 
Plauto e Terenzio: 22, 23. Lucrezio : 24, 25. 
Orazio : 26. Tibullo : 27-30. Ovidio. 

30 vols. 8vo. Venice, 1793-1800 



— degl' Italian! viventi: — Tom. 1-3. Pignotti : 
4. Savioli : 5, 6. De Rossi : 7. Pjndemonti : 8-10. 
Bertola : 11, 12. Bondi : 1.3, 14. Parini, Lam- 
berti, Ceretti : 15. Anguillesi, Minzoni : l6. 
Fantoni : 17, 18. Monti: 19. Bettinelli : 20. 
Ceretti, La Faoniade, inni ed odi di Saffo [by 
G. V. Imperiale] : 21. Pignotti : 22, 23. Saluzzo, 
Foscolo : 24. Parini. 

24 vols, in 8. 8vo. /"isa, 1798-1803 

— Espanol. Coleccion de poesias escogidas de 
los mas celebres poetas Castellanos. 

9 vols. 8vo. Madrid, 1768-78 

— Italiano. Raccolta de' poeti classici Italiani : — 
Tom. 1, 2. Petrarca: 3-5. Dante: 6. Lirici 
Antichi : 7-9. Pulci : 10. Poemetti del secolo 
XV., xvi. : 11-15. Bojardo, rifatto da Berni : l6. 
Egloghe boscherecce del secolo xv., xvi. : 17. 
Teatro Antico : 18-22. Ariosto : 23. Alamanni, 
Rucellai, Tansillo, Baldi, didascalici del secolo 
xvi. : 24. Favole teatrali, Aminta, Alceo, Egle : 
25. Marittimi e pedanteschi, Baldi, Rota, Franco, 
Del Vasto, Fidentio : 26. Canzonieri, Ariosto, 
Castiglione, Fracastoro, Sanazzaro, Casa : 27. 
Satiri e Burleschi, Ariosto, Berni ; 28-29. Tasso : 
30. Costanzo, Torquato Tasso, B. Tasso, e 
poetesse del secolo xvi. : 31. Lirici misti del 
secolo XV. : 32. Lirici Vcneziani del secolo xv. : 
33. Rustical! dei tre primi secoli : 34. Tassoni : 
35. Guarini, Rinuccini : 36. Teatro pastorale 
drammatico del secolo xvii. : 37. Lorenzo Lippi : 



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38, 39. G. Graziani : 40. Ditirambici e satiric! del 
secolo xvii., Redi, Soldani, Rosa, Menzini : 41. 
Lirici misti del secolo xvii. : 42. Canzonieri di 
Guidi e Zappi : 43-45 Forteguerri : 46. Apostolo 
Zeno, drammi scelti : 47. P. Metastasio, dramnii 
scelti : 48. Poemi Georgici del secolo xviii.,Baruf- 
faldi e Spolverini : 49. Poemetti e sciolti del 
secolo xviii. : 50. Teatrali serj e giocosi del secolo 
xviii. : 51. Lirica del Frugoni e de'Bolognesi del 
secolo xviii. : 52. Anacreontici e burleschi del 
secolo xviii. : 53. Lirici del secolo xviii. : 54. 
Drammatici sacri del secolo xviii. : 55, 56. Ber- 
toldo, Bertoldino e Cacasenno, e indice uni- 
versale. 

56 vols. 8vo. Venice, 17 84:-9] 

PARNASSE (Le) Occitanien, ou choix de poesies 
originales des Troubadours, tirees des manuscrits 
nationaux. Essai d'un glossaire occitanien. [By 

H. P. DE ROCHEGUDE.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Toulouse, IS 19 

PABNELL Commission. Report of the proceedings 
before the commissioners, reprinted from the 
Times: also -a report of the judges. 

4 vols. 4to. London, 1890 

PAENELL, Henry Brooke, Baron Congleton. A 
history of the penal laws against the Irish 
Catholics : from the treaty of Limerick to the 
Union. 

8vo. London, 1808 

Observations upon the state of currency in 

Ireland and upon the course of exchange between 
Dublin and London. 

8vo. Dublin, 1804 

FARNELL, James. 

See Lambs (The) defence against lyes. London, 
1656. [For sufferings and death.] 

Goliah's head cut off with his own sword : in 

a reply to a book set forth by an unnamed 
author under pretence of an answer to thirty- 
six queries piopounded by J. Parnell, and also 
an answer to several! counter-queries propounded 
by the same unnamed authour whom I understand 
to be one Thomas Draton. 

4to. London, 1655 

PARNELL, Thomas. 

See Goldsmith, 0. Poems. Loiuhn, 1795. 
„ Homer. Odyssey. London, 1725-26. 
„ Johnson, S. Works of the English poets. 
London, 1790. 



PAENELL, Thomas. Poetical works. 

fol. Faulis. Glasgow, 1786 

Another edition. [With a memoir by J. MiT- 



FORD. [Aldine Poets, xxvii.] 

8vo. London, 1833 

PARNY, fivariste Ddsir^ de Forges de. CEuvres. 
4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1808 



La guerre des dieux. 



12mo. Far is, 1808 



PARODIES (Les) du nouveaux theatre Italien. 

3 vols. 12mo. Paris, nsi 

PAROLE devote dell anima innamorata in Messer 
Gesu. 

4to. N. Jensen. [Venice] 1471 

PAROUSIA (The) : a critical inquiry into the New 
Testament doctrine of our Lord's second coming. 
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8vo. London, 1878 

PARQUOT, P. D. Letters to his grace the duke of 
Portland and the earl of Liverpool, on the pre- 
sent high price of provisions. 

Svo. Mawliesier, 1800 

PARR, Richard. The life of the most reverend 
father in God James Usher, late Lord Arch- 
bishop of Ai'magh : with a collection of three 
hundred letters. 

fol. London, 1686 

PARR, Samuel. 

See Free translation. London, 1788. 

Works ; with memoirs of his life and writings, 

and a selection from his correspondence by J. 
Johnstone. 

8 vols. 8vo. London, 18^S 

A sequel to the printed paper lately circulated 

in Warwickshire by the Rev. Charles Curtis, a 
Birmingham rector. 

Svo. London, 1792 

Second edition. 



Svo. London, 1792 
PARR, Thomas. 

For Life, see Taylor, John. London, 1 635. 

PAEEE, Richard, Bishop of Sodor and i\Ian. The 
end of the perfect man ; a sermon preached at 
the buriall of the right honourable Sir Robert 
Spencer, knight. Baron Spencer of Worme- 
leighton, Nov. 6, 1627. 

4to. JVUliam Turner. Oxford, 1628 



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PARRHASE, Theodore, pseud, i.e. Jean Le Clerc. 

Parrhasiana, ou pensees diverses sur des matiferes 
de critique, d'histoire, de morale et de politique. 
2 vols. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1699-1701 

PARRHASIUS, Aulus Janus. 

&« Sedulius, C. Carmen Paschale. 3Iilan [1501]. 

Liber de rebus per epistolam quaesitis : Fran- 



cisci Campani Quaestio Virgiliana. 

8vo. H. Stephanus. [Paris 1] \ o6l 

PARRIS, Charles. 

See Anderson, L. The trial of L. A., . . . C. 
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PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert Hastings. The evolu- 
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8vo. London, 1896 

PARRY, George. 

See Cicero, M. T. De oratore. [English.] London, 
1723. 

PARRY, John Docwra. An historical and descrip- 
tive account of the coast of Sussex. 

8vo. Londm, 1833 

— — • The history and description of Woburn and its 
abbey. 

Svo. XoTiiore [1832] 

PARRY, Sir WilUam Edward. Journal of a voyage 
for the discovery of a north-west passage, 1819- 
20, in H.M.S. Hecla and Griper. With an 
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observations [and a supplement to the appendix]. 

4to. London, 1821-24 

Journal of a second voyage for the discovery 

of a north-west passage, 1821-23. [With an 
appendix of observations.] 

2 vols. 4to. jL»ftrf(W!, 1824-25 

Narrative of an attempt to reach the North 

Pole, in boats attached to H.M.S. Hecla, in 1827. 

4to. Londtm, 1828 

PARSONS, Abraham. Travels into Asia and 
Africa. 

4to. London, 1808 

PARSONS, Edward. The civil, ecclesiastical, and 
miscellaneous history of Leeds, Bradford, Wake- 
field, Dewsbury, Otley, etc. 

2 vols. Svo. Leeds, 1834 



PARSONS, Sir Laurence. 

See Parliament of Ireland. House of Commons. 
Report of the debate, etc. IhihUn, 1800. 

PARSONS, Philip. The monuments and painted 
glass of upwards of one hundred churches, chiefly 
in the eastern part of Kent : with an appendix 
containing three churches in other counties, and 
detached epitaphs. 

4to. Canterbury, 179* 

PARSONS, Robert. 

&« De persecutione Anglicana. Eome, 1.582. 
,, Doleman, R., pseud. 
„ Philopater, A., pseud. 

Leycester's Commonwealth conceived, spoken. 



and published, whereunto is added Leicester's 
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Svo. London, 1641 

PARSONS, William. 

See Aristotle. [Poetica. Greek and Latin.] 
Oxford, 1760. 

PART of the seventh epistle of the first book of 
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[By Jonathan Swift.] 

4to. London, 1713 

PARTESANON, Gratian, pseud, i.e. LODOVico 
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PARTHENAY, Jean Baptiste Desroches. 

See Norden, F. L. Voyage d'Egypte et de 
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PARTHENIUS of Nicaea. 

See Achilles Tatius. De Clitophontis et Leu- 

cippes amoribus libri viii. [Heidelhergi 

16'01. 

„ Bast, F. J. Epistola critica. Leipzig, 1809. 

„ Scriptores antiqui historiae poeticae. Paris, 

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PARTHENIUS, Bernardinus. 

See Horatius Flaccus, Q. Opera. Venice, 1584, 
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Pro lingua Latina oratio. 

4to. Aldus. Venice, 1545 



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PARTICULAR (A) account of the two rebellions, 

which happened at Constantinople, in the years 

1730 and 1731: translated into English from 

the French. 

8vo. London, 1737 

and impartial narrative of the late mutiny and 

running away with the Chesterfield man of war, 
off the coast of Guinea, with some letters written 
by John Place, carpenter's mate, etc. 

Svo. London [nt9] 

(The) case of the Georgia loyalists. 

8vo. [London, 1783] 

consequences of Mr. Orde's Irish resolutions 

to the landed, manufacturing, and trading interest 

of Scotland, and general consequences of them 

to the Empire. 

Svo. [London, 1783] 

(The) relation of the present estate and con- 



dition of Ireland, as it now stands, manifested 
by severall letters : with those battels and over- 
throws lately given to the rebels to the l6 of 
this present February. 

4to. London, 1642 

PARTICULARITfiS et observations sur les ministres 
des finances en France les plus celfebres, l660- 
1791. [By Baron A. J. B. E. A. DE Montyon.] 

Svo. London, 1812 

PARTITION (The) of the lion in the fable, verified 
in the partition of the Spanish monarchy. 

Svo. London, 1701 

PARTON, James. Life and times of Benjamin 
Franklin. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1864 

PARTON, John. Some account of the hospital and 
parish of St. Giles in the Fields, Middlesex. 

4to. London, 1822 

PARTONOPE de Blois. Partenopex de Blois : a 
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the French of M. Le Grand, with notes by 
W. S. Rose. 

4to. London, 1807 

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Edited for the first time by W. E. BuCKLEY. 
[Roxburghe Club, Ixxxii.] 

4to. London, 1862 

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PARTRIDGE. 

See N. (J.) The rights of the scholars of Trinity 
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PARTRIDGE, Samuel. A charge given to the 
grand-jury of the hundreds of Kerton and 
Shirbeck at Epiphany Sessions, held at Boston, 
Jan. 14, 1793, concerning the standard measure 
of corn and concerning seditious publications. 

Svo. London, 1793 

PARTRIDGE, Simon, pseud, i.e. Henry Woodward. 
A letter to Henry Woodward, comedian, occa- 
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[A satire on Dr. John Hill.] 

Svo. London [1753] 

PARUTA, Filippo. Delia Sicilia descritta con 
medaglie parte prima. [No more published.] 

fol. Palermo, l6l2 

PARUTA, Paolo. 

See Degli istorici delle cose Veneziane. Venice, 
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PARVULA. [A Latin grammar.] 

4to. Nicolas Marcani. [1500] 

PARVUS, Joannes. See Joannes Sarisberiensis. 



PASCAL, Blaise. 

See Dettonville, A., pseud. 
,, Perrault, C. Les hommes illustres. Paris, 

1698. 
„ TuUoch, J. [Foreign classics for English 
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(Euvres. [Edited by C. BossuT.] 

5 vols. Svo. The Hague [Paris], 1779 



Nouvelle Edition. 



5 vols. Svo. Paris, 1819 



— Miscellaneous writings, consisting of letters, 
essays, conversations and miscellaneous thoughts. 
Translated from the French edition of M. P. 
Faugere. With introduction and notes by 
G. Pearce. 

Svo. London, 1849 



Pensees sur la religion 

augmentee. 



Edition nouvelle 
12mo. Amsterdam, 1699 



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PASCAL, Blaise. Pensees sur la religion. Edition 
nouvelle corrig^e et augment^e. 

8vo. The Hague, 1743 

Another edition. Discours sur la \ie. de Pascal 

[by C. Bossut]. Notes de Voltaire et de Con- 
dorcet sur les Pensees. 

2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1803 



Another edition. 



Another edition. 



2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1812 



2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1817 



— Pensees, fragments et lettres, publics par 
P. Faugerk. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1844 

— Pensees, publiees dans leur texte authentique 
avec line introduction, des notes et des re- 
marques, par E. Havet. Quatrieme edition. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1887 

— Thoughts on religion and evidences of 
Christianity. Translated from the French edition 
of M. P. Faug^re ; with introduction, notes, 
etc., by 6. Pearce. 

8vo. London, 1850 

— Les provinciales ou les lettres escrites par 
Louis de Montalte k un provincial de ses amis, 
et aux RR. PP. Jt5suites, sur le sujet de la 
morale et de la politique de ces pferes [19 letters]. 

4to. P. de la ValUe. Cologne, 1657 

— Another edition. 

12mo. P. de la ValUe [Elzevir\ Cologne 

[Leyden], 1657 

— Nouvelle t5dition, augment^e. Avec les notes 
de Guillaume Wendrock, traduites en Francois 
[by F. M. DE JoNCOux]. 

2 vols. 12mo. Cologne, n 00 

— Another edition. Avec les notes de Guillaume 



Wendrock. Nouvelle Edition. 

4 vols. 8vo. Cologne, 1739 



Another edition. 



Another edition. 



2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1803 



2 vols. 12 mo. Paris, 1815 



PASCAL, Blaise. Les provinciales ou les lettres 
escrites par Louis de Montalte k un provincial 
de ses amis, et aux RR. PP. Jdsuites, sur le sujet 
de la morale et de la politique de ces p6res. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 18l6 

Nouvelle edition, avec une introduction et des 

remarques par E. Havet. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1887 



— The life of Mr. Paschal [by Madame Perier], 
with his letters relating to the Jesuits. Trans- 
lated by W. A[ndrews]. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1744 



— The provincial letters. With an Essay on 
Pascal, considered as a writer and moralist by 
M. Villemain. Translated from the French, 
with memoir, notes, and appendix by G. Pearcb. 

8vo. London, 1849 

— Les provinciales, ou lettres escrittes par Louis 
de Montalte : traduites en Latin par G. WEND- 
ROCK ; en Espagnol par G. CoNDERO ; et en 
Italien par C. Brunetti. 

8vo. Cologne, 1684 

See also B^ponse anx lettres provinciales. 



Traits du triangle arithm^tique, avec quelques 



autres petits traitez sur la mesme matiere. 

4 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Paris, l665 

Traitez de I'equilibre des liqueurs et de la 

pesanteur de la masse de I'air. 

12mo. Paris, l663 

FASCHALE, Ludovico. Rime volgari. 

8vo. S. and B. Cognati. Venice, 1549 

PASCHALIUS, Carolus. 

See Tacitus, 0. C. [Annales.] Paris, 1581. 

Censura animi ingrati. De optimo genere 



elocutionis. 



8vo. Bill. Aldina. Paris, l601 



VOL. III. 



PASCHALIUS, Petrus. Adversus Joannis Maulii 
parricidas actio, in Senatu Veneto recitata, et 
alia opuscula. Eiusdem Gallia, etc. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1548 
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PASCOLT— PASQUINADE 



PASCOLI, Lione. Vite de' pittori, scultori, ed 
architetti Perugini. 

4to. Home, 1732 

PASINI, Giuseppe. 

See Turin. Codices manuscripti Mbliothecse, etc. 
Turin, 1749. 

PASIUS, Curius Lancilotus. Ignorata ab aliis 
grammaticis necnon omissa vel incuria vel 
inscitia, quse ad JMethodicen pertinent, a Varrone 
usque in hodiernum diem, vulgaria omittuntur 
unde titulus, De rebus non Vulgaribus. 

fol. Beggio, 1504 

PASQUALI, Giovanni Battista. 

See Guicciardini, F. Istoria d'ltalia. Venice, 
1738-39. 

PASQUIER, Etienne. 

See Becherches des recherches. Paris, ^ 622. 



— Q^uvres, avec les lettres de Nicolas Pasquier, 
fils d'Estienne. 

2 vols. Amsterdam, 1723 



Lettres. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1619 

Les recherches de la France. 

fol. Paris, 1621 



— Eecueil de pieces historiques et curieuses con- 
tenant le manifesto de P. du Jardin et de la 
damoiselle d'Escoman sur la mort de Henry iv.: 
I'apologie pour le president De Thou : epistola 
J. A. Thuani : le Cat^chisme de Jesuites par 
E. P. 

2 vols. 12mo. Delft, 1717 



PASQUIL, pseud. The first part of Pasquils 
Apologie. Wherein he renders a reason to his 
friendes of his long silence : and gallops the 
fielde with the Treatise of Eeforraation lately 
written by a fugitive, John Penrie. [By T. 
Nash.] 

4to. \James Roberts. Londori] 1 590 

Pasquils Palinodia, and his progresse to the 

taverne, where after the survey of the sellar, 
you are presented with a pleasant pinte of 
poeticall sherry (l634). Edited by A. B. 
Grosart. [Occasional issues, iv. 2.] 

4to. [Manchester] 1877 



PASQUILL of England, pseud. A CountercuflPe 
given to Martin Junior : by the venturous, 
bardie, and renowned Pasquill of Englande, 
Cavaliero. [By Thomas Nash.] 

4to. [Londml 1589 

PASQUILLORUM tomi duo, quorum primo versibus 
ac rhythmis, altero soluta oratione conscripta 
quamplurima continentur. [Collected by C. S. 
Curio.] 

2 vols, in 1. Svo. Eleutheropoli [Basle], 1544 

PASQUIN. Le Cibisme, premier dialogue entre 
Pasquin et Marforio sur les afaires du terns. 

Le Songe de Pasquin, ou le bal de I'Europe. 

Le couronnement de Guillemot et de Guille- 
mette avec le sermon du grand docteur Burnet. 
Le festin de Guillemot. 

La chambre des comptes dTnnocent xi. 

La pierre de touche politique : — La Bibliotfeque 
du roy Guillemot : La fable du renard : La 
di^te d'Augsbourg : La lotterie de Pasquin : 
L'ombre de Montmouth : Les m^dailles : La clef 
du cabinet : Le triomphe ; Les ombres de Schom- 
berg et de Lorraine : La lanterne de Diogene : 
Les mercures, ou la tabatiere des estats d'Hol- 
lande : Le roy des fleurs: Les estrennes d'Esope: 
L'ombre du due d'Albe : Le carnaval de la Haye : 
Le tabouret des ^lecteurs : Le reveille-matin des 
alliez : Les lunettes pour les Quinze-Vingts : 
Nostradamus, ou les oracles : La fable du baudet : 
L'anneau de Gig6s : L'avortement : Le Jean de 
retour : Les ombres de Turenne et de iMonte- 
cuculi aux bords du Ehin : Le Prothee : dia- 
logues. [By Eustache Le Noble.] 

30 vols, in 5. 12mo. Pome, etc [Holland], 

1688-91 

La fable du rossignol et du coucou avec la 

lettre de maitre Pasquin. 

Midas, ou le combat de Pan contre Apollon, 
sur la prise de Namur : par D. L. 
Le renard pris au trebuchet. 
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Le paroli a la Samaritaine, ou le censeur 
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La m^daille retournee, ou la fable du sapin et 
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Le renard demasque. 

7 vols, in 1. 12mo. Paris, etc. [Hollaiid], 

1692 

PASQUINADE (The), with notes variorum : book 
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4to. London, 1753 



PASSAGE— PASTORAL 



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PASSAGE (The) of Queen Elizcabeth through the 
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PASSALACQUA, Joseph. 

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PASSARELLUS, Cajetanus. Bellum Lusitanum 
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PASSAVANTI, Jacopo. Lo Specchio di vera peni- 
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12mo. Florence, 1585 



PASSERONI, Giovanni Carlo. II Cicerone, poema. 
6 vols. 8vo. Milan, 1774. 



Favole Esopiane. 

7 vols, in 3. I2mo. Milan, 1780-88 



Rime. 



9 vols, in 5. 8vo. Milan, 1775-94 



Another edition. 
Another edition. 



4to. FloreuK, 1725 
2 vols. 8vo. Milan, 1 808 



PASSERANO, Alberto Radicati, count di. 

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PASSERAT, Jean. 

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De literarum inter se cognatione ac permuta- 



tione liber : ad veram auctorum veterum maxime 
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8vo. Paris, l606 

PASSERI, Giovanni Battista, Antiquary. 

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In Thomae Dempsteri libros de Etruria regali 

paralipomena : et dissertationes de re nummaria 
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fol. Lucca, 1767 

Picturae Etruscorum in vasculis nunc primum 



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3 vols. fol. Home, 1767-75 

PASSERI, Giovanni Battista, Painter. Vite de' 
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PASSERINI ORSINI DE RILLI, Luigi, Count. 
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PASSE-TEMPS joyeux, contes a rire et gasconnadcs 

nouvelles. 

12 mo. Paris, 1717 

PASSION of St. George. An Anglo-Saxon Passion 
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(The) of S. Perpetua, with an appendix on the 

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Robinson, with an introduction by A. Ruther- 
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PASSIONEI, Dominico, Cardinal. 

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PAST and present policy of England towards Ire- 
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8vo. London, 1845 

PASTON Letters. Original letters written during 

the reigns of Henry vi., Edward iv., Edward v., 

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5 vols. 4to. London, 1787-1823 



A new edition. Edited by J. Gairdner. 

3 vols. 4to. London, 1872-75 



PASTORAL letter from the four catholic bishops. 
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letter from the reverend synod of New 

York and Philadelphia convened at New York 
to the churches subject to their care : signed by 
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8vo. New Ywk, 1766 



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PASTORET, Emmanuel Claude Joseph Pierre, 
marquis de. Histoire de la legislation. 

11 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1817-37 

Moyse considere comma legislateur et comma 

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8vo. Paris, 1788 

PASTORIUS, JoacMmus. 

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PATAROLI, Lorenzo. Opera omnia. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. Venice, 174o 

PATCH, Richard. Trial for the wilful murder of 
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PATER, Walter Horatio. Greek studies ; a series 
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8vo. London, 1895 



Marius the Epicurean ; his sensations and 

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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1885 

PATERCULUS, Caius Velleius. 
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PATERNO, Ignazio. Viaggio per tutte le antichit^ 
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4to. Naples, 1781 

PATERSON, Daniel. A new and accurate de- 
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12mo. London, 1786 

PATERSON, James. History of the counties of 
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3 vols, in 4. 8vo. Edinhwrgh, 1863-66 

PATERSON, Samuel. 

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books ancient and modern, methodically digested, 
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8vo. London, 1786 

PATERSON, William. A narrative of four journeys 
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4to. London, 1789 | 



PATHELIN, Pierre. La farce da maistre Pierre 
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8vo. Paris, 1723 

PATIN, Charles. Commentarius in antiquum 
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4to. Padt(a, 1688 



— Commentarius in tres inscriptiones Graecas 
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4to. Padua, 1685 

— Familiae Eomanae in antiquis numismatibus 
ab urbi condita ad tempora divi Augusti : ex 
bibliotheca Fulvii Ursini. 

fol. Paris, 1663 



Introductio ad historiam numismatum. 

I2mo. Amsterdam, 1683 



— Relations historiques et curieuses de voyages 
en Allemagne, Angleterre, Hollande, Bohfeme, 
etc. 

12mo. Amsterdam, 1695 



PATIN, Charlotte Catherine. Pitture scelte e 
dichiarate. 

fol. Cologne, I691 

PATIN, Gui. 

See Naud^, G. Naudeana. Amsterdam, 1703. 

Lettres choisies, dans lesquelles sont contenues 



plusieurs particularites historiques sur la vie et 
la mort des scavans de ce sifecle. 

3 vols. 12mo. Cologne, 1691 

— Nouvelles lettres, contenant I'histoire du tems 



et des particularitez sur la vie et sur les ecrits 
des savans de son sifecle. 

2 vols. 12mo. Amsterdam, 1718 

PATISSIER. Le Pastissier fran(jois. 

12mo. Elzevir. Amsterdam, 1655 

PATKUL, Johann Reinholdt von, Count. 
For Life, see M. (L.) London, 1717. 

PATON, A. B. 

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PATON— PATRICIUS 



1371 



PATON, Andrew Archibald. A history of the 
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PATON, Henry. 

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PATON, John Gibson. Autobiography. Edited by 
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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1890 

PATOT, Simon Tyssot de. 

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Bourdeaux, 1710. 

PATOUILLET, Louis. Histoire du Pelagianisme. 
2 vols, in 1. 12mo. Avignon, 1763 

PATOUSAS, Joannes. 'EyKvxA.on-aiSfi'a <j>iXoXoyiKri, 
TTjOos XP'l"'"' ''"'^'' 'i>i'Xo\6ytov Koi <f>i\ojxadu>v T/js 
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4 vols. 8vo. Venice, 1758 



PATRAT, Joseph. 

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Petits theatres, tom. i. 



Les meprises par ressemblance, comedie en trois 

actes ; melee d'ariettes, imitee de I'Espagnol. 

8vo. Paris, 1786 

PATRES Apostolici. SS. Patrum qui temporibus 
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2 vols. fol. Amsterdam, 1724 



— SS. Patrum Apostolicorum Barnabae, Hermae, 
Clementis, Ignatii, Polycarpi, opera genuina : 
una cum Ignatii et Polycarpi martyriis, et Ignatii 
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4 vols. 8vo. London, 1746 

— S. Clementis Romani, S. Ignatii, S. Polycarpi 
patrum apostolicorum quae supersunt : accedunt 
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codicum recensuit et illustravit GuLlELMUS 
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2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1840 



PATRES Apostolici. The writings of the Apostolic 
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8vo. Edinburgh, 1867 

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5 vols. 8vo. London, 1889-90 

The Apostolic Fathers ; comprising the epistles 

(genuine and spurious) of Clement of Rome, the 
epistles of S. Ignatius, the epistle of S. Polycarp, 
the martyrdom of S. Polycarp, the teaching of the 
apostles, the epistle of S. Barnabas, the shepherd 
of Hermas, the epistle to Diognetus, the frag- 
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8vo. iwK^on, 1891 

Graeci. Opera omnia sanctorum patrum 

graecorum, graece et latine. [Justinus, Tatianus, 
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21 vols. 8vo. Wurzhirg, 1777-94 

Latini. Opera omnia sanctorum patrum 



Latinorum. [Tertullian, Cyprian, Novatianus, 
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13 vols. 8vo. Wiirzhurg, ll&O-^l 

PATRIAD (The), an heroic poem, in three books. 

4to, London, 1786 

PATRIARCHI, Gasparo. Vocabolario Veneziano e 
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4to. Padua, 177;"> 



Terza edizione. 



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PATRICIUS, Franciscus, Bishop of Gaeta. Discorsi 
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e famiglia nobile, tradotti in lingua toscana di 
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8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1545 

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4to. [S. Planck. Rome, 1485] 



^ki.^^aiK'^ 



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PATRICIUS— PATTEN 



PATRICIUS, Franciscus, Bishop of Gaeta. II sacro 
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8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1553 

PATRICIUS, Franciscus, Philosophical Writer. 
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Nova de universis philosophia. Zoroaster et 



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2 vols, {i parts) in 1. fol. B. Mammarellus. 

Ferrara, 1591 
PATRICK, Saint. 

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PATRICK, John. 

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PATRICK, Samuel. Clavis Homerica sive lexicon 
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8vo. London, 1771 

PATRICK, Simon, Bishop of Ely. 

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A commentary upon the historical books of 

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■^ vols. fol. London, 1765-66 

The parable of the pilgrim. 

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PATRIOT (The). [By John Harris.] March 22, 
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3 vols, in 1. fol. London, 1714-15 



PATRIOT (The) addressed to the electors of Great 
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8vo. London, 1774 

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containing a declaration in support of the con- 
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and the means of obtaining a Parliamentary 
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8vo. London, 1793 



unmasked ; or, a word to his defenders. 

8vo. London, 1761 



PATRIOTS (The) Calendar for the year 179-i, con- 
taining the English almanack, the decree of the 
Convention for the alteration of the style, the 
report of Fabre d'Eglantine, the French calendar, 
the declaration of the rights of man, the French 
national airs, etc. 

12mo. London [1793] 

PATRIZI, Francesco. See Patricius, F. 

PATROLOGIAE cursus corapletus, sive bibliotheca 
universalis omnium SS. Patrum, Doctorum, 
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MiGNE. 

221 vols, in 222. 8vo. Paris, 1844-89 
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and Latin.] 

161 vols, in 166. 8vo. Paris, 1857-87 

PATTEN, William, Eector of Newington. The calen- 
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Latin names of nations, cuntreys, men, weemen, 
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the holly bible mentioned, by order of letters ar 
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4to. Richard Jugge. London, \ HI ^ 

PATTEN, William, Teller of the exchequer. The 
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hys hyghnes persone, and Protectour of hys 
graces Realmes, dominions and subjectes : made 
in the first yere of his Majesties most prosperous 
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8vo. Richard Grafton. London, 1548 

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PATTERSON— PAULE 



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PATTERSON, Arthur John. The Magyars : their 
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2 vols. 8vo. London, 186.0 

PATTERSON, Henry Stuart. 

&■<; Nott, J. C. and Gliddon, G. R. Types of 
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PATTERSON, William Hugh. A glossary of words 
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8vo. London, 1880 

PATTESON, John Coleridge. 

For Life, see Yonge, C. M. London, 1874. 

PATTISON, Mark. 

See Essays and reviews. London, 1861. 



Isaac Casaubon, 1559-1614, 
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Milton. [English Men of Letters.] 

8vo. London, 1879 

PATU DE MELLO, Andr6 Claude. Catalogue des 
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PATZIG, Hermann. 

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PAUCTON, Alexis Jean Pierre. M^trologie, on 
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PAUL. Paul's letters to his kinsfolk. [By Sir 
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8vo. Edinburgh, 1816 

PAUL, Father. See Sarpi, P. 

PAUL 11., Pope. 

For Life, see Canensius, M. Borne, 1740. 

Bulla anni jubilei. 

fol. [U. Hahn.] Home, 1470 



PAUL v., Pope. The famous bull. In Casna 
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the bull, etc. 

4to. London, l689 

PAUL, Saint. 

For Life, .w Baur, F. C. von. London, 1875-76. 

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PAUL, Sir George Onesiphorus. An address to the 
magistrates of the county of Glocester, assembled 
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8vo. Gloucester, 1789 

A second address on the subject of a reform of 



Another edition. 



fol. Rome, 1473 



prisons, delivered at the general meeting of the 
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PAUL, Hermann. 

See BeitrSge zur Geschichte. Halle, 1874, etc. 

PAUL, James Balfour. 

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PAUL, afterwards PAUL JONES, John. 
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PAULA, Saint. The letter of Paula and Eustochium 
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8vo. London, 1889 

PAULE, Sir George. The life of the most reverend 
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4to. Thomas Snodham. London, l6l2 

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8vo. London, 1699 



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PAULINE— PAULUS 



PAULINE; a fragment of a confession. [By R. 

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8vo. London, 1833 

PATJLINUS a Sancto Bartholomaeo, i.e. Johann 
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„ Centum adagia Malabariea. RoDie, XIQl. 

De antiquitate et affinitate linguae Zendicae, 

Samscrdamicae et Germanicae dissertatio. 

4to. Padua, 1798-99 

De manuscriptis codicibus Indicis R. P. 

Joannis Ernesti Hanxleden epistola. 

4to. [Vienna 1] 1799 

De veteribus Indis dissertatio, in qua cavil- 

lationes auctoris alphabeti Tibetani [A. A. 
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4to. Bmne, 1795 

India orientalis Christiana, continens funda- 

tiones ecclesiarum, seriem episcoporum, missiones, 
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4to. Borne, 1794 

Monumenti Indici del Museo Nanniano illus- 

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4to. Padua, 1799 



— Mumiographia Musei Obiciani exarata. 

4to. Padm, 1799 

— Musei Borgiani Velitris codices manuscripti 
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4to. Rome, 1793 

— .Musei Caesarei Vindobonensis numi zodiacales, 
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— Sidharubam, sen grammatica Samscrdamica 
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4to. Rome, 1790 

— Systema Brahmanicum liturgicum, mythologi- 
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4to. Rome, 1791 



PAULINUS a Sancto Bartholomaeo, i.e. Johann 
Philipp Werdin. Viaggio alle Indie Orientali. 

4to. Rome, 179(i 

A voyage to the East Indies, containing an 



account of the manners, etc., of the natives, with 
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8vo. London, 1800 

PAULINUS, Saint, Bishop of Nola. 

See Ausonius, D. M. Opera. £m-deavx, 1580, 
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PAULINUS, Saint, Patriarch of Aquileia. 

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PAULINUS, Fabius. In profectionem Jacobi Fos- 
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PAULIUS, Sebastianus. 

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PAULMY, Marc Antoine Een6 de Voyer dArgen- 
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PAULSEN, Bjorne. 

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PAULUS Aegineta. 

See Medicae artis principes. [Paris] 1567. 

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fol. Jldus. Venice, 1528 

Opera, a Joanne Guinterio conversa et illus- 



trata commentariis. 



8vo. Jldus. Venice, 1554 



Praecepta salubria, Guilielmo Copo Basilei- 

ENSi interprete. 

4to. H. Stephanus. Paris, 1510 

PAULUS de Sancta Maria, Bishop of Burgos. 
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4to. Ul. Han. Rome [1470] 



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PAULUS de Sancta Maria, Bishop of Burgos. 
Dialogus qui vocatur Scrutinium scripturaruni. 
2 vols. fol. J. SchaUus. Mantua, 1475 

PAULUS Diaconus. 

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PAULUS SilentiariuB. 

See Cinnamus, J. De rebus gestis, etc. Pans, 
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Ill thermas Pythias et aquarum miracula 



carmen, Graece et Latine : recensuit et recen- 
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2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Faris, 1598 

PAULUS Venetus. Expositio librorum naturalium 
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fol. J. de Colonia and J. M. de Gherretzem. 

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PAULUS, Heinrich Eberhard Gottlob. Das Leben 
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2 vols. 8vo. Heidelberg, 1828 

PAULUS, Hieronymus. 

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PAULY, Th. de. Description ethnographique des 
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PAUSANIAS. 

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Commentarii Graeciam describentes [Greek], 
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— Another edition. A GULIELMO Xylandro 
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fol. Hanover, l6l3 

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fol. Leipzig, 1696 

VOL. III. 



PAUSANIAS. Commentarii Graeciam describentes. 
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4 vols. 8yo. Leipzig, 1794-96 

Voyage historique de la Gr^ce, traduit en 

Francois avec des remarques, par I'Abbe Gedoyn. 
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Description de la Gr6ce ; traduction nouvelle 

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7 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1814-23 

Des(?rittione della Grecia : tradotta dal Greco 



in volgare dal signor Alfonso Bonacciuou. 

4to. Fr. Osanna. Mantua, 1594 

PAUW, Oomeille de. CEuvres phibsophiques. 

7 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1795 

PAUW, Joannes Cornelius de. 

See Hephaestion. Enchiridion. Utrecht, 1726. 
„ HorapoUo. Hieroglyphica. Utrecht, 1727. 
,, Philes, M. De animalium proprietate. 

Utrecht, 1730. 
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PAVINIS, Joannes Franciscus de. De officio et 
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fol. G. Laver. Pome, 1481 

PAX in Bello ; or, a few reflexions on the prospect 

of peace, arising out of the present circumstances 

of the war. 

8vo. London, 1796 

PAXTON, Edward. See Philopatros, T., pseud. 

PAXTON, James. 

See Paley, W. Works. Oxford, 1838. 

PAYNE, Jolm, and FOSS, Henry. A catalogue of 
books in various languages, on sale. 

8vo. London, 1840 



A catalogue of books in various languages on 

8vo. London, 1848 



PAYER, Julius. New lands within the Aictic 
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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1876 



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PAYNE— PEARSON 



PAYNE, George. The doctrine of original sin ; 
or, the native state and character of man un- 
folded. [Congregational Lecture.] 

8vo. London, 1845 

Lectures on Christian theology, with a memoir 

by J. Pyer, and reminiscences by R. Wardlaw. 
Edited by E. Davies. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1850 

PAYNE, Joseph. 

See Chaucer Society. Second Series, ii. [No. 4]. 

PAYNE, William, D.D. 

See Answer to Vox Cleri. London, 1 690. 

PAYNE, William, of the English Dialect Society. 
See Tusser, T. Five hundred pointes of good 
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PAYNELL, Thomas. 

See Erasmus, D. The complaint of peace. London, 
1802. 

PAYVA D'ANDRADE, Diego de. Concio habita 
ad patres in concilio Tridentino congregates, 
Dominica secunda post Pascha, 1562. 

4to. /. B. Bozola. Brescia, 1562 

PEABODY, Andrew Preston. 

See Abbot, E. The fourth Gospel. London, 1 892. 

PEACE and reform against war and corruption : 
in answer to a pamphlet by Arthur Young, 
entitled ' The example of France a warning to 
England. [By Daniel Stuart.] 

8vo. London, 1794 

(The) considered : in a letter to a friend. 

4to. [Londmri] 1711 

PEACH, Benjamin N. 

See Tudor, J. R. The Orkneys and Shetland. 
London, 1883. 

PEACHAM, Henry. The worth of a penny, 1641. 
Reprinted in Arber's English Garner, vi. 

PEACOCK, Edward. 

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— A glossary of words used in the Wapentakes 
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8vo. London, 1877 

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2 vols, in 1. Svo. London, 1889 



PEACOCK, James. See Macpacke, J., pseud. 

PEAKS, passes, and glaciers. A series of excursions 
by members of the Alpine Club. Edited by J. 
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3 vols. 8vo. io?(rfo?}, 1859-62 

PEALE, Rembrandt. Account of the skeleton of 
the mammoth, a nondescript carnivorous animal 
of immense size, found in America. 

8vo. London, 1802 

PEARCE, George. 

See Pascal, B. Miscellaneous writings. London, 
1849. 
„ „ Provincial letters. London, 1849. 

„ „ Thoughts on religion. London, 

1850. 

PEARCE. Zachary, Bishop of Rochester. 

See Bible, English. N. T., Gospels. 1777. 
„ Cicero, M. T. Opera. Glasgow, 1748-49. 
,, ,, De oratore. Cambridge, 1732. 

„ Letter to the Clergy. London, 1722. 
,, Longinus, D. C. De sublimitate. London, 

1724, etc. 
„ Review of the text of Milton's Paradise Lost. 
London, 1732-33. 

A sermon preached before the Incorporated 

society for the propagation of the Gospel in 
foreign parts, at the parish church of St. Mary- 
le-Bow, 20 Feb. 1729. 

8vo. London, 1730 

PEARCH, George. 

See Collection of poems by several hands. London, 
1770. 

PEARSON, Anthony. The great case of tythes 
truly stated, clearly opened, and fully resolved. 

4to. London, 1659 

PEARSON, Charles Henry. History of England 
during the early and middle ages. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1867 

PEARSON, George, F.R.S. A translation of the 
table of chemical nomenclature, proposed by De 
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additions, and alterations. Second edition. 

4to. London, 1799 



PEARSON— PECOCK 



1377 



PEARSON, Oeorge, Rector of Castle Camps, Cam- 
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See Coverdale, M. Remains. [Parker Society.] 
„ „ Writings and translations. 

[Parker Society.] 

The doctrine of tradition as maintained by the 

Church of England and the primitive church : a 
sermon preached before the University of Cam- 
bridge, March 11, 1838. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1838 



The doctrine of tradition as maintained by the 

Church of England, considered in a letter to 
Professor Keble, on his discourse entitled Primi- 
tive tradition recognised in Holy Scripture. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1837 

PEARSON, Hugh Nicholas. Memoirs of the life 
and writings of the rev. Claudius Buchanan, 
D.D., late vice-provost of the college of Fort 
William in Bengal. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Oxford, 1817 

PEARSON, John, Bishop of Chester. 
See Bible, Greek. 0. T. 1665. 
„ Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch. Epistolae. 
Oxfvrd, 1709. 



An exposition of the Creed. 
Third edition. 



4to. London, 1659 
fol. Lmdon, I669 



— Another edition. Revised and corrected by 
Canon Burton. 

8vo. Oxford, 1870 

Vindiciae epistolarum S. Ignatii : accesserunt 



IsAACi Vossii epistolae duae adversus D. Blon- 

DELLUM. 

ito. Cambridge, 1672 

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Theology.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Oxfwd, 1852 

PEARSON, Richard. A sermon preached Feb. 2, 
16^, with an addition of what was further de- 



signed on that subject. 



■tto. London, 1690 



PEARSON, Thomas. Bibliotheca Pearsoniana: a 
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8vo. London [n»%\ 



PEARSON, William. Select views of the antiquities 
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obi. fol. Shrewsbury and London [1807] 

PEARSON, afterwards JERVIS, William Henley. 
See Jervis, W. H. 

PECHELL, Sir John. See Peshall. 

PECIS, De. Observations sur la campagne de Jules 
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et sur I'histoire dtitaillee que M. GuiSCHARD en 
a faite. 

8vo. Milan, 1782 

PECK, Francis. 

See Harrod, W. Antiquities of Stamford. Slam- 
ford, 1785. 

Academia tertia Anglicana ; or, the antiquarian 

annals of Stanford in Lincoln, Rutland, and 
Northampton shires. [With the survey and 
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fol. London, 1727 

Desiderata curiosa ; memoirs, letters, wills and 

epitaphs. 

2 vols. fol. London, 1732-35 

Memoirs of the life and actions of Oliver 

Cromwell, as delivered in three panegyrics of 
him. 

4to. London, XliO 



New memoirs of the life and poetical works of 

Mr. John Milton. 

4to. London, 1740 

PECK, William. A topographical account of the 
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Vol. i. [No more published.] 

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PECKHAM, John, Archbishop of Canterbury. De 
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fol. [A.Sorg. Augsburg, I il 6] 

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3 vols. 8vo. London, 1882-85 

PECOCK, Reginald, Bishop of Chichester. The 

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2 vols. 8vo. London, I860 



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PEDAGUCCI— PEGGE 



PEDAGUCCI, Pietro Ismaele. 

See Pulci, Luigi. II morgante maggiore. Flor- 
ence, 1732. 

PEDEBSEN, Christiern. 
See Bible, Danish. 1550. 

PEDES finium Ebor; regnante Johanne. [Surtees 
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8vo. 1897 

PEDBO de Alcala. Arte para ligeramente saber la 
lengua araviga. Vocabulista aravigo en letra 
castellana. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Jiwn Varela de 
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PEDBOSO, Z. Consiglieri. 

See Portuguese Folk-tales. [Folklore Society.] 

PEEKE, Bichard. Three to one [1626]. Keprinted 
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PEEL, Sir Eobert, Bart. 

For Life, see Guizot, F. P. G. London, 1857. 
„ „ M'Carthy, J. London, 1891. 



— Letter to the electors for the borough of 
Tamworth. 

8vo. London, 1847 



— Memoirs. Published by Earl Stanhope and 
E. Cardwell. 

2 vols, 8vo. London, 18.')6-57 



Speeches, delivered in the house of Commons. 
4 vols. 8vo. London, 1853 



Speeches in the house of Commons, May 6 

and 20, 1844, on the renewal of the Bank 
charter, and the state of the law respecting 
currency and banking. 

8vo. London, 1844 

PEELE, George. Works : with some account of his 
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2 vols, in 1. 8vo. London, 1828 

PEELE, Stephen. 

See Old ballads. [Percy Society.] 

PEEND, Thomas. The pleasant fable of Herma- 
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verse. 

8vo. TlwnMs Colwell. London, 1565 



PEEP (A) behind the curtain ; or, the new rehearsal. 
[By David Garrick.] New edition. 

8vo. London, 1772 

behind the curtain. The songs and recitative 

of Orpheus : an English burletta, which is intro- 
duced in a farce of two acts, called a New 
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David Garrick.] 

8vo. Loiulon, 1767 

PEEBIS, William. A litle treaties of the discent 

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8vo. Neiccastle, 1845 

PEEBS, Bichard. 

See Oxford, University of. Catalogue of all 
graduats. Oxford, 1727. 

PEGASUS ; or, the flying horse from Oxford, 
bringing the proceedings of the visitours and 
other Bedlamites there, by command of the Earl 
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4to. a'/or(Z[l648] 

PEGGE, Samuel, the elder. 

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„ Form. The forme of Cury. London, 1780. 

An assemblage of coins fabricated by authority 

of the archbishops of Canterbury. 

4to. London, 1772 

An essay on the coins of Cunobelin, with a 

dissertation on the seat of the Coritaui. 

4to. London, 1766 

An historical account of Beauchief Abbey in 

the county of Derby. 

4to. London, 1801 

The life of Robert Grosseteste, bishop of 

Lincoln. 

4to. London, 1793 

Memoirs of the life of Roger de Weseham, 

dean of Lincoln, bishop of Coventry and Lich- 
field, and principal favourite of Robert Grosse- 
teste, bishop of Lincoln. 

4to. London, 1761 

Observations on an antient font at Burnham 

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4to, [London, 1792?] 



PEGGE— PELLEW 



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PEGGE, Samuel, the elder. A series of dissertations 
on some elegant and very valuable Anglo-Saxon 
remains, also the coins engraved on a copper- 
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4to. Loudon, 17.") 6 

PEGGE, Samuel, the younger. 

See Illustrations of the maimers and expences. 
London, 1797. 

Anecdotes of the English language, chiefly 

regarding the local dialect of London and its 
environs. 

8vo. London, 1803 

Second edition ; to which is added a supple- 
ment to the provincial glossary of F. Grose. 

8vo. London, 181-i 

Curialia ; or, an historical account of some 



branches of the royal houshold, etc. 

5 parts in 2 vols. 4to. London, 1782-1806 

PEIGNOT, 6tienne Gabriel. Bibliographie curieuse, 
ou notice raisonnee des livres imprimes a cent 
exemplaires au plus, suivie dune notice de 
quelques ouvrages tir^s sur papier de couleur. 

8vo. Paris, 1808 

Dictionnaire critique, litteraire, et biblio- 

graphique des principaux livres condamnes au 
feu, supprimes, ou censures. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Paris, 1806 

Dictionnaire raisonn6 de bibliologie. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1802 

Repertoire bibliographique universel, contenant 

la notice raisonnee des bibliographies speciales, et 
d'un grand nombre d'autres ouvrages de biblio- 
graphie. 

8vo. Paris, 1812 



— Repertoire de bibliographies speciales, curieuses 
et instructives, contenant la notice raisonnee : 
1. des ouvrages imprimis k petit nombre d'ex- 
emplaires ; 2. des livres dont on a tire des 
exemplaires sur papier de couleur ; 3. des livres 
dont le texte est gravd ; 4. des livres qui out 
paru sous le nom d'Ana. 

8vo. Pari^, 1810 

— Variet^s, notices et raret^s bibliographiques ; 
recueil faisant suite aux Curiositds bibliogra- 
phiques. 

8vo. Paris, 1822 



PEIRCE, James. 

See Enquiry into the present duty. Ijondon, 
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PEIRESC, Nicolas Claude Fabri de. 

For Life, see Gassend, P. The Hague, 1655. 
See Monumentum Komanum. Rome, 1638. 

Lettres aux frercs Dupuy. Publiees par P. 



Tamizey de L.^rkoque. [Documents inedits 
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6 vols. Uo. ParU, 1888-96 

PELAGIUS, Alvarus. De planctu ecclesiae libri ii. 
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PELAGIUS, Porcupinus, pseud. The triuravirade, 
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PELCEL, Frantisek Martin. 

Sec Scriptores rerum Bohemicarum. Prague, 
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PELET, Jean Jacques Germain, Baron. 

See M^moires militaires. Paris, 1835-62. 

PELHAM, Right Hon. Henry. 

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PELLECHET, Marie. Catalogue general des in- 
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PELLEGRINI, Tomaso. Discorso del costante 
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PELLEGRINO, Cammillo. 

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PELLENEGRA, Giacomo Filippo di, da Troja. 
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PELLERIN, Joseph. 

See Recueil de m^dailles de rois, etc. Paris, 
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PELLEW, George. The life and correspondence of 
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3 vols. 8vo. London, 1847 



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PELLICANUS— PENN 



PELLICANUS, Conradus. 
See Bible, Latin. 1543. 

PELLICER, Juan Antonio. 

See Cervantes Saavedra, M. Don Quixote. 

Madrid, 1798-99- 



Vida de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. 

12mo. Madrid, 1800 



PELLICER DE OSSAU Y TOVAE, Jos6. Beroso 
de Babilonia en Chaldea distinguido del Beroso 
de Viterbo en Italia, con la chronologia de los 
reyes antiquissimos de Asiria y Babilonia. 

■Ito. Valencia, 1673 

PELLICEE Y SAFORCADA, Juan Antonio. En- 

sayo de una bibliotheca de traductores espanoles. 

■ito. Madrid, 1778 

PELLIEE, Alexia. 

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PELLISSON - FONTANIER, Paul. Lettres his- 
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3 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1729 

and OLIVET, Pierre Joseph Thoulier d'. His- 



toire de I'Acad^mie Fran9oise. 3'*^™= edition. 

2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1743 

PELLOUTIBR, Simon. Histoire des Celtes, et par- 
ticulierementdesGaulois et des Germains, depuis 
les tems fabuleux, jusqu a la prise de Rome par 
les Gaulois. 

8 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1770-71 

PELTIER, Jean Gabriel. 

&e Ambigu (L'). London, \&QI-18. 



Paris pendant I'ann^e 1795 [-1802]. 

35 vols. 8vo. London, 1795-1802 



Tableau de I'Europe, en 1794. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1794-95 

PEMBERTON, Henry. 

See Newton, Sir I. Philosophiae naturalis. 
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PEMBROKE, Philip Herbert, 4th earl of. 

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„ P ke. Lord. My lord of P[embro]ke's 

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PEMBROKE, Philip Herbert, 4th earl of. Speech 
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petition for a personall treaty, to be had with 
his majesty in London. [A satire, by Sir 
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4to. [London] 1648 

Speech in the house of peeres when the seven 

lords were accused of high-treason. [A satire.] 

4to. [London] 1648 

PEMBROKE, Thomas Herbert, 8th earl of. Numis- 
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4 parts in 1 vol. 4to. [London] 1746 

PEMBROKE, William Herbert, 3rd earl of, and 
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8vo. London, 1817 

PEi^A, Joannes. 

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PESALOSA Y ZUSIGA, Clemente. La Monarquia. 

4to. Madrid, 1793 

PENDARVES, John. 

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PENHOUET, Armand Bon Louis Maudet de. 

Recherches sur I'origine des Bretons Armoricains. 

4to. Nantes, 1814 

PENINGTON, Isaac. The great question concerning 
the lawfulnes or unlawfulnes of swearing under 
the gospel stated and considered of. 

4to. London, l66l 

PENKETHMAN, John. Authentic accounts of the 
history and price of wheat, bread, malt, etc., 
from the coming in of William the Conqueror to 
Michaelmas 1745, and also a true relation of the 
most remarkable dearths. 

4to. London, 1765 

PENLEZ, Bosavern. 

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PENN, William. 

For Life, see Dixon, W. H. London, 1851. 
„ „ Stoughton, J. London, 1882. 



PENN— PENROSE 



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PENN, WiUiam. 

See England's great interest. [London, 1679-] 
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„ Select tracts relating to colonies. London 

[17. 'JO?]. 

Works, to which is prefixed a journal of his 

life, with many original letters and papers. 

2 vols. foi. London, 1726 

England's present interest discover'd with 

honour to the prince and safety to the people : 
presented and submitted to the consideration of 
superiours. 

4to. [London] 1675 



Another edition. 



4to. London, l675 



No cross, no crown. A new edition, revised. 

8vo. London, 1842 

Truth exalted : in a short, but sure, testimony 

against all those religions, faiths, and worships 
that have been formed and followed in the 
darkness of apostacy, and for that glorious light 
which is now risen and shines forth in the life 
and doctrine of the despised Quakers. 

4to. London, 1671 

PENNANT, Thomas. Arctic zoology. 

3 vols. London, 1792 

The British zoology, published under the 

inspection of the Cymmrodorion Society. 

fol. London, 1766 



Fourth edition. 

4 vols. 4to. Warrington, 1776-77 

Free thoughts on the militia laws. 

8vo. London, 1781 



Genera of birds. 



4to. London, 1781 



A history of quadrupeds. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 179.S 

The history of the parishes of \Miiteford and 

Holywell [Flint]. 

4to. London, 1796 



Indian zoology. Second edition. 

4to. London, 1790 



PENNANT, Thomas. A journey from London to 
the isle of Wight, by Dover. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1801 

Some account of London. Fourth edition. 

Antiquities of London by John Thomas Smith, 
containing views of houses, etc. 

1 vol. in 6. fol. London, 1805 

Extra lllnstnit«ii. 

A tour from Downing to Alston- Moor. 

4to. London, 1801 

A tour in Scotland, 1 769-72. 

3 vols. 4to. Warrington, 1774 
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The view of Hindoostan, western and eastern, 



of India extra Gangem, China and Japan, of the 
Malayan islands, New Holland, and the Spicy 
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4 vols. 4to. London, 17 9S-1 800 

PENNECUIK, Alexander. A geographical historical 
description of the shire of Tweeddale ; with a 
miscelany and curious collection of select Scotish 
Poems. 

4to. Edinburgh, 1715 

PENNY (The) Cyclopaedia. [Edited by G. Long.] 
27 vols. fol. London, 1833-4.<? 

A Penni worth of witte : Florice and Blaunche- 

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4to. Edinburgh, 1857 

PENNY, Anne. See Poems. London, 1780. 

PENROSE, Bernard. An account of the last ex- 
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8vo. London, 1775 

PENROSE, John. An attempt to prove the truth 
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8vo. Oxford, 1808 

PENROSE, Llewellin. The journal of Llewellin 
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4 vols, in 2. 12mo. London, 1815 



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PENRY, John. 

See Marprelate, M., pseud. Eeformation no 
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„ Pasquil, pseud. The first parte of Pasquils 
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Th' Appellation of John Penri unto the Highe 

court of Parliament, from the bad and injurious 
dealing of the Archb. of Canterbury and other 
his colleagues of the high commission. 

8vo. [London] 1589 

A defence of that which hath bin written in 

the questions of the ignorant ministerie, and the 
communicating with them. 

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A viewe of some part of such publike wants 



and disorders as are in the service of God, within 
her Majesties countrie of Wales [1588]. Edited 
by J. 0. Halliwell. 

4to. London, 1861 

PENSEES ingenieuses des anciens et des modernes. 
[By D. BouHOURS.] 

12mo. Paris, 176l 



sur I'interpr^tation de la Nature. [By D. 

Diderot.] 

12mo. [Paris] 1754 

PENTALOGIA, sive tragoediarum Graecarum de- 
lectus ; Sophoclis Oedipus Rex, Oedipus Coloneus, 
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2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1779 

Another edition. 

Svo. Oxford, 1801 

PEOPLE'S (The) answer to the court pamphlet [by 
N. W. Wraxall] entitled, A short review of 
the political state of Great Britain. 

Svo. London, 1787 

PEPAGOMENUS, Demetrius. 
See Demetrius Pepagomenus. 

PEPIN of Landen. 

For Life, see Collection des mdmoires — Guizot 
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PEPOLI, Alessandro Ercole. 

See Pianti, I, d'Elicona. Parma, 1790. 

I Tentativi dell' Italia ; cioe Eduigi, Cleonice, 



Irene e Don Rodrigo, tragedie. 



Svo. Parma, 17S3 



PEPPEEELL, Sir William, Bart. An accurate and 
authentic account of the taking of Cape-Breton 
in the year 1745, together with a computation 
of the French fishery in that part of the world. 

Svo. London, 1758 

PEPUSCH, Johann Christoph. An ode for the 2nd 
of ^larch next (St. David's day being on a 
Sunday) to be then performed at the anniversary 
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4to. [London, 1 722 ?] 

PEPYS, Samuel. Memoirs, comprising his diary, 
1659-69, deciphered by J. Smith from the 
original MS., and a selection from his private 
correspondence. Edited by Richard, Lord 
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2 vols. 4to. London, 1S25 

Second edition. 

5 vols. Svo. London, 1828 

Life, journals, and correspondence, including 

a narrative of his voyage to Tangiers, deciphered 
from the MS. by J. Smith. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1841 

Memoires relating to the state of the royal 



navy of England for ten years, determin'd 
December 1688. 

Svo. London, 1690 

p6RAT6, Andrd. L'archeologie chretienne. 

Svo. Paris, 1S92 

PEECEL, Le comte Gordon de. 
See Gordon de Percel, le comte. 

PERCEVAL, John, 2nd earl of Egmont. 
See Egmont, J. P., earl of. 

PERCEVAL, Spencer. 

See Review of the arguments. London, 1791. 

Copy of a letter to the rev. Dr. Mansel on the 



subject of the Curates Bill. 



Svo. London, 1808 



PERCIVAL, Robert. An account of the Cape of 
Good Hope. 

4to. London, 1804 

An account of the island of Ceylon, to which 

is added the journal of an embassy to the court 
of Candy. Second edition, with an appendix 
containing particulars of the recent hostilities. 

4to. London, 1S05 



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PERCIVAL, Thomas. A short view of the grounds 
and limits of the obligation to pay taxes. 

8vo. fFarrington [1785] 

PERCY, Family of. 

See De Fonblanque, E. B. Annals of the house 
of Percy. London, 1887. 

PERCY Society. Early English poetry, ballads, 
and popular literature of the middle ages. 
Edited from original manuscripts and scarce 
publications. 

32 vols. 8vo. London, 1840-52 

Vol. I. Old ballads from early printed copies. 
Songs and ballads relative to the London pren- 
tices. Historical songs of Ireland, illustrative 
of the revolution of 1688. Thepayneand sorowe 
of evyll maryage. (1509.) The king and a 
poore northerne man. By Martin Parker. 
1640. 

Vol. II. A selection from the minor poems of 
Lydgate. Early naval ballads of England. A 
search for money. By William Rowley. 1609. 
The mad pranks and merry jests of Robin Good- 
fellow. 1628. 

Vol. III. Political ballads published in Eng- 
land during the Commonwealth. Strange his- 
tories. By Thomas Deloney. 1607. A 
marriage triumph. By Thomas Heywood. 
1613. The history of Patient Grisel. I619. 

Vol. IV. Specimens of lyric poetry, temp. 
Edward i. The boke of curtasye, an English 
poem. Specimens of old Christmas carols. The 
nursery rhymes of England. 

Vol. v. Kind-Heart's dream. By Henry 
Chettle. 1592. A knight's conjuring. By 
Thomas Dekker. 1607. The meeting of two 
gallants at an ordinarie. l604. The two angry 
women of Abington. By H. Porter. 1 599. 

Vol. VI. Ancient poetical tracts of the six- 
teenth century. Cock Lorell's bote. The crown 
garland of golden roses. By Richard Johnson. 
1612. Follie's anatomic. By Henry Hutton. 
1619. Poems. By Sir Henry Wotton. 

Vol. VII. The harmony of birds. (1559.) A 
paraphrase on the seven penitential Psalms, in 
English verse. The harmony of the Church. 
By Michael Drayton. 1591. Jack of Dover. 
1604. A Kerry pastoral. 1719. 

Vol. VIII. A selection of Latin stories. A 
dialogue of witches and witchcraft. By George 
GiFFORD. 1613, 

vol. III. 



PERCY Society (cmtinued). 

Vol. IX. The four knaves. By Samuel 
Rowlands. l6ll-13. A poem to the memory 
of William Congreve. By James Thomson. 
1728. The pleasant conceits of Old Hobson, the 
merry Londoner. 1607. Maroccus extaticus ; 
or, Banke's bay horse in a trance. 1597. Old 
ballads, illustrating the great frost of 1683-84. 

Vol. X. Lord Mayor's pageants. By F. W. 
Fairholt. 2 parts. 

Vol. XI. The owl and the nightingale. By 
N. DE Guildford. Thirteen Psalms, and the 
first chapter of Ecclesiastes. Versified by John 
Croke. An historian expostulation, etc. By 
John Halle. 156.5. The honestie of this age. 
By Barnaby Rich. 161 1. 

Vol. XII. The history of Reynard the foxe, 
from Caxton's edition. 1481. 

Vol. xiii. The keen of the South of Ireland. 
Six ballads, with burdens. Lyrical poems, 
selected from musical publications between 15 89 
and 1600. 

Vol. XIV. The poems of John Audelay, 
fifteenth century. St. Biandan : a medieval 
legend of the sea. The romance of the emperor 
Octavian. 

Vol. XV. Friar Bakon's prophesie : a satire. 
1604. Poetical miscellanies, temp. James i. 
The crown garland of golden roses. Part ii. 
1659. 

Vol. XVI. The Seven Sages, in English verse : 
with an introductory essay. The romance of Syr 
Tryamoure. 

Vol. XVII. Scottish traditional versions of 
ancient ballads. Ancient poems, ballads and 
songs of the peasantry of England. 

Vol. XVIII. The pastime of pleasure. By 
Stephen Hawes. 

Vol. XIX. The civic garland ; a collection of 
songs from London pageants. The life and 
martyrdom of Thomas Beket. 

Vol. XX. The affectionate shepherd. By 
Richard Barnfield. 1594. A dialogue on 
wit and folly. By John Heywood. A collection 
of proverbs and popular sayings. The most 
pleasant song of Lady Bessy. 

Vol. XXI. Popular songs, illustrative of the 
French invasions of Ireland : in four parts. 

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PERCY Society {continued). 

Vol. XXII. The cytezen and the uplondysh- 
man : an eclogue. By Alexander Barclay. 
An interlude of the four elements : an early 
moral play. An interlude of the disobedient 
child. By Thomas Ingelend. The autobio- 
graphy of Mary, Countess of Warwick, 1625-73. 
Westward for smelts. 1620. 

Vol. XXIII. Songs and carols, from a MS. of 
the fifteenth century. Festive songs of the 
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Descrip- 
tive notices of popular English histories. 

Vols, xxiv.-xxvi. Chaucer's Canterbury 
Tales : a new text with illustrative notes. 

Vol. XXVII. Believe as you list. By Philip 
Massinger. i631. Satirical songs and poems 
on costume. 

Vol. XXVIII. An Anglo-Saxon passion of Saint 
George. A poem on the times of Edward ii. 
The religious poems of William de Shoreham, 
temp. Edward iv. Interlude of the trial of 
treasure. 1567. 

Vol. XXIX. Notices of fugitive tracts and 
chapbooks. The man in the moone ; or, the 
English fortune-teller. 1609. A detection of 
the use of dice-play. The loyal garland. 1686. 
Poems and songs on the assassination of the 
Duke of Buckingham. 1628. 

Vol. XXX. The garland of good-will : divided 
into three parts. Written by T. Deloney. i678. 
Britannia's pastorals : a third book. [By AV. 
Browne 1] The enterlude of John Bon and 
Mast Person. 

Vol. XXXI. Eeports of the Society. 

Vol. XXXII. Pleasant quippes for upstart new- 
fangled gentlewomen. By Stephen Gosson. 
A treatise of the pride and abuse of women. 
By Charles Bansley. 

PEECY, Thomas, Bishop of Dromore. 

See Five pieces of Runic poetry. London, 1763. 
„ Hau Kiou Choaan. London, 1761. 
,, Hermit of Warkworth. London, 1775. 

Folio manuscript : ballads and romances. 

Edited by J. W. Hales and F. J. Furnivall, 
assisted by Prof. Child and W. Chappell, with 
life of Bishop Percy by J. Pickford. 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1867-68 

Reliques of ancient English poetry : fourth 

edition. 

3 vols. 12mo. London, 1791- 



PERCY, William. 

See Cuck-Queanes (The). [Roxburghe Club.] 

Sonnets (1594). Edited by A. B. Grosart. 



[Occasional issues, iii. 1 .] 

4to. [Manchester] 1877 

Another edition. Reprinted in Arber's English 

Garner, vi. 

P]&RflFIXE, Hardouin de Beaumont de. Histoire 
du roy Henry le grand. 

12mo. L. and D. Elzevier. Amsterdam, 1661 



Another edition. 

12mo. Daniel Elzevier. Amsterdam, l66-i 

Another edition. 

2 vols, in 1. 12mo. Paris, 1767 



Another edition. 



8vo. Paris, 18 16 



The life of Henry the fourth of France. 

Translated from the French by M. Le jMoine. 

8vo. Parti!, 1785 

PEREGRINUS, Laelius. Oratio in obitum Tor- 
quati Tassi. Editio secunda. [Roxburghe Club, 

XXXV.] 

4to. Geneva, 1822 
PEREIRA, Antonio. S'^-e Bible, Portuguese. 1821. 

PEREIRA, Henry Wall. A commentary on the 
office for the ministration of Holy Baptism. 

8vo. London, 1884 

PERERA, Jos^ Nicolas de Azara y. Marquis de 

Nibbiano. 

See Bowles, W. Introduccion a la historia 
natural. Madrid, 1775. 
„ Horatius Flaccus, Q. Opera. Parma, 1791. 

PERERIIS, Guillermus de. 

See Brandolini, R. Oratio parentalis in obitum 
G. Parerii. [Borne, 1500.] 



Oratio super electione summi Pontificis. 

Ito. [S. Planck. Borne, 1484] 



Another edition. 

4to. [S. Planck. Borne, 1484] 

PERESCIUS, Nicolaus Claudius Fabricius. 
See Peiresc, N. C. F. de, 



PEREYRA— PERIZONIUS 



1385 



PEREYRA, Juan de Solorzano. Disputatio dc 
Indiarum jure, sive de justa Indiarum Occi- 
dentalium inquisitione, acquisitione et retentione. 

fol. Madrid, 162.O 

FERE7RA, Manuel. Comedia famosa, el diablo 
de Palermo y tirano de Tinacria. 

4to. Valencia, 1761 

PEREZ, Antonio. Las obras y relaciones. 

8vo. Geneva, 1644' 

PEREZ, Bernard. The first three years of child- 
hood. Edited and translated by A. M. CHrasTiE, 
with an introduction by J. SuLLY. 

8vo. London, 1889 

PEREZ BAYER, Francisco. See Bayerius, F. P. 

PEREZ DE GUZMAN, Fernando. Cronica del 

serenissimo rey don Juan segundo deste nombre. 

fol. Th. Porrulis. Pampeluna, 1.590 

PEREZ DE HITA, Gin^s. 

See Historia de las guerras civiles de Granada. 
[Paris, 1606.] 

Historia de los Vandos, de los Zegries y 

Abencerrages, cavalleros Moros de Granada, y 
las civiles guerras que huvo en ella, hasta que 
el rey don Ferdinando el quinto la gano ; tra- 
ducida en Castellano. 

8vo. Valencia, I68I 

Histoire chevaleresque des Maures de Grenade, 



traduite de I'Espagnol, par A. M. San6. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Paris, 1809 

PEREZ DE MONTALVAN, Juan. 
See Montalvan, J. P. de. 

PEREZ DE PINEDA, Juan. 

See Bible, Spanish. 0. T., Psalms. 

PEREZ DE VALENTIA, Jacobus. Commentaria 
in Psalmos. 

fol. [L. Palmart.] Valentin, 1484 

PERFECT narrative of a sea-fight. See H. (C.) 

PERGER, Bemhardus. Oratio in funere Friderici III. 
Eomanorum Imperatoris. 

4to. [S. Planck. Kome, 1493] 



PERGER, Sigmund Ferdinand von. 

See Haas, C. Kaiserliche Konigliche Bilder- 
Gallerie im Belvedere zu Wien. Vienna, 
1821-28. 

p£rIER, GUberte. 

See Pascal, B. Life of Mr. Paschal. London, 
1744. 

PERIMEDES. See Greene, R. 

PERINGSKIOLD, Johan Fredrik. 

See Messenius, J. Scondia illustrata. Stockholm, 
1700-1705. 
„ Sturluson, S. Heims Kriiigla. Stockholm, 
1697. 

Monumenta Ullerakerensia cum Upsala Nova 



illustrata, eller : Ullerakers Haradz Minnings- 
Merken, med Nya L^psala, uti uplands f6rsta 
del Thiundalaud. 

fol. Stockholm, 1719 

PERIONIUS, JoacMmus. 

See Plato. Ex Timaeo. Paris, 1 540. 

Dialogorum de linguae Gallicae origine eiusque 



cum Graeca cognatione, libri iv. 

8vo. Sebast. Nivellius. Paris, 1554 

PERIZONIUS, Jacobus. 

See Dictys Cretensis, pseud. D. C. et Dares 
Phrygius de bello et excidio Trojae. Am- 
sterdam,, 1702. 

Animadversiones historicae, in quibus quam- 

plurima in priscis Romanarum rerum sed utri- 
usque linguae autoribus notantur. 

8vo. Amsterdam, 1685 



Catalogus librorum et nummorum vcterum. 

12mo. Leyden\\l\o^ 



— Dissertationes septem, de constitutione divina 
super duccnda defuncti fratris uxore, de lege 
Voconia, de variis nummis, de Augustea orbis 
terrarum descriptione, de acre gravi et de 
nummis consularibus, de primis gentium anti- 
quarum regibus, etc. : accedit J. G. Heineccii 
praefatio. 

8vo. Leijden, 1740 

— Orationes xii. varii et praestantioris argumenti 
in gratiam cultorum elegantiorum litterarum 
collectae. [By F. G. Westhovius.] 

8vo. Leyden, 1740 



1.386 



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PERIZONIUS, Jacobus. Origines Babylonicae et 
Aegyptiacae tomis ii. quorum prior Babylonica 
continet. Aegyptiarum origiimm et temporum 
antiquissimorum investigatio. 

2 vols. 8vo. and 12nio. Leyden, 1711 

Rerum per Europam gestarum maxime al) 

ineunte saeculo sextodecimo iisque ad Caroli v. 
mortem commentarii historici. 

8vo. Lcyckn, 1710 



and HUBERUS, Ulricus. Disquisitio de 

Praetorio. 

8vo. Leyden, I696 

PERKINS, James. 

See Douglas, W. Proceedings of a general court- 
martial. London [1767]. 

PERKINS, Sir William. See Parkins, Sir W. 

PERKINS, William. The foundation of christian 
religion gathered into sixe principles. 

8vo. John Legatt. London, l638 

PERLEONIO, Giuliano. Compendio di Sonetti. 

4to. Aiolfo de Cantono. Naples, 1492 

PERLIN, Etienne. Description des royaumes 
d'Angleterre et d'Escosse ; Paris, 1558. His- 
toire de I'entree de la reine mere dans la Grande 
Bretagne, par P. de la Serre ; Paris, 1639. Illus- 
trated with cuts and notes [by R. Gough]. 

4to. London, 1775 

PERNE, FranQois Louis. 

See Coucy, R. de. Chansons. Pari?, 1830. 

PERNETY, Antoine Joseph. Histoire d'un voyage 
aux isles malouines, 1763-64, avec des observa- 
tions sur le detroit de Magellan et sur les 
Patagons. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1770 

PERNICIOUS (The) effects of the art of printing 
upon society, exposed. 

8vo. London [1794] 

principles of Tom Paine exposed, in an address 

to labourers and mechanics, by a gentleman. 
6th edition. 

8vo. London [\19^] 

P£R0N, Francois. Vo3'age de decouvertes aux 
terres Australes, 1800-4: partie historique. 



atlas par Lesueur et Petit : navigation et 
g^ographie redige par L. Freycinet. 

2 vols, and atlases. 4to and fol. Paris, 

1807-15 

PEROTTUS, Nicolaus, Archbishop of Siponto. 
&e Phaedrus. Tabulae. A'ap/es, 1809-11. 
,, Polybius. Historiarum libri v. [Greek and 

Latin.] Hugenau, 1530. 
,, ,, Historiarum libri v. [Latin.] 

Borne, 1473, etc. 

Cornucopiae, sive linguae Latinae commentarii, 

ejusdem Sypontini libellus quo Plinii epistola, ad 
Titum Vespasianum corrigitur, cum greco ; C. 
ViTELLii in eum ipsum libellum Sypontini anno- 
tationes, etc. 

fol. Aldus. Venice, 1499 

Another edition. ]\L T. Varronis de lingua 

latina libri iii.-vi. : ejusdem de analogia libri iii.: 
S. Pompeii Festi xix. librorum fragmenta: N. 
Marcelli compendia. 

fol. Aldus. Venice, 1513 



— Another edition. M. T. Varronis de lingua 
Latina, etc. 

fol. Aldus. Venice, 1517 



— Another edition, 'isl. T, Varronis de lingua 
Latina, etc. 

fol. Aldus. Venice, 1527 



De metris. 



4to. [B. Azzoguidi.] Bologna, 1471 

Rudimenta grammatices. 

4to. [Ul. Ran. Borne, 1472] 

Another edition. 



4to. [Ul. Han. Borne, 1473] 

Another edition. 

fol. A. de Stendalia. Padua, 1475 

• Another edition. 

fol. J. P. de Lignamine. Borne, 1475 

■ Another edition. 

fol. V. de Vuilla. Borne, 1475 

• Another edition. 

fol. H. Aiding. Messana, 1478 

Another edition. 

fol. M. Moravus. iWjpZes [1480] 



PEROTTUS— PERROT 



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PEEOTTUS, Nicolaus, Archbishop of Siponto. 
Eudimenta grammatices. [Latin and English.] 
4to. EtjUlms (le Heerdraten. [i/OMWtn, I486] 

Another edition. 

4to. Gulielmus Tridinensis. FifwVc, 1494 

PEROWNE, John James Stewart, Bishop of 
Worcester. 

See Bible, English. 0. T., Psalms. 1873. 
„ Eogers, T. The catholic doctrine of the 

church of England. Cambridge, 1854. 
„ Thirlwall, C. Essays. London, 1880. 
„ „ Letters. London, 1881. 

„ „ Remains. London, 1877-78. 



Immortality. [Hulsean Lectures, 1868.] 

8vo. Cambridge, 1869 



PEROWNE, Thomas Thomason. 

See Parker, M. Correspondence. [Parker 
Society. ] 

PERPETUA, Saint. 

See Passion of S. Perpetua. Cambridge, 1891. 

PERPINIANUS, Petrus Joannes. Orationes xviii. 
8vo. P. M. Marchettus. Brescia, 1,589 

PERPLEXITIES (The) : a comedy. [By Thomas 
Hull ; founded upon the Adventures of five 
hours, by Sir S. Tuke.] 

8vo. Londmt, 1767 

PERRAULT, Charles. 

See Cabinet des f^es. Amsterdam, etc., 1785-89. 
,, Faemo, Gr. Fabulae centum, ionrfow, 1743-44. 

Les hommes illustres qui ont paru en France 

pendant ce siecle, avec leurs portraits. 

2 vols, in 1. fol. Paris, I696-I70O 

Another edition. [Text alone, torn. i. only in 

this edition.] 

12mo. 1698 

PERRAULT, Claude. 

See Vitruvius Pollio, M. L'architettura generale. 
Fenice, 1748. 

Ordonnance des cinq especes de colonnes selon 

la methode des anciens. 

fol. Paris, 1683 

PERREAU, Daniel. Narrative of his unhappy case. 

8vo. London, 1775 



PERREAU, Jean Andr6. Considerations physiques 
et morales sur la nature de I'homme, ses facultes, 
etc, 

2vols. inl. 8vo. Paris [\'8Q] 

PERRICHON, Louis. 

See P. (L.) Bibliotheque choisie. Lyons, 1791 

PERRIN, Antoine. 

See Collection universelle des m^moires, London 
and Paris, 1785-1807. 

PERRINCHIEF, Richard. 

iSee Indulgence not justified. London, I668. 

PERRIN DU LAC, F. M. Voyage dans les deux 
Louisianes et chez les nations sauvages du 
Missouri, 1801-3. 

8vo. Paris, 1805 

PERRINUS, Aegidius. De morte dialogus. 

4to. A. Zannetti. Rome, 1597 

PERRON, Abraham Hyacinthe Anquetil du. 
See Anquetil Duperron, A. H. 

PEERONET, Jean Rodolphe. Description des 
projets et de la construction des ponts de Neuilly 
de Mantes, d'Orleans et autres, du projet du 
canal de Bourgogne, etc. 

2 vols. fol. Paris, 1782-83 

PERROT, Georges, and CHIPIEZ, Charles. A 
history of art in Ancient Egypt. Translated 
and edited by W. Armstrong. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1883 

A history of art in Chaldaea and Assyria. 

Translated and edited by W. Armstrong. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1884 

A history of art in Phoenicia and its de- 
pendencies. Translated and edited by W. Arm- 
strong. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1885 

PERROT, John. 

See P. (J.) All epistle to the Greeks. London, 
1661, 

The mistery of Baptism and the Lord's supper; 

and the spirit of Jesus the guide unto both : 
which may serve as an answer unto Randal 
Roper's answer unto a paper directed to all 
Baptists, etc. 

4to. London, 1662 



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PERROT D'ABLANCOURT— PERSIUS FLACCUS 



PEBROT D'ABLANCOURT, Nicolas. 

See Caesar, C. J. [Latin and French.] Berlin, 
1748. 
„ Lucian. [French.] Paris, 1707. 
„ Marmol-Caravajal, L. de. L'Afrique. Paris, 
1667. 

PERRY, Francis. A series of English medals [13 
plates with descriptions.] 

4to. London, 1762 

PERRY, George Gresley. 

See Hampole, R. R. of. English prose treatises. 

[Early English Text Society.] 
„ Religious pieces. [Early English Text 
Society.] 

The history of the Church of England ; from 

the death of Elizabeth to the present time. 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1861-64 



Vox ecclesiae Anglicanae on the church, 

ministry, and sacraments. 

8vo. London, 1868 

PERRY, John. An account of the stopping of 
Daggenham Breach, with the accidents that 
have attended the same. 

8vo. London, 1721 

The state of Eussia under the present Czar : 

also an account of those Tartars and other people 
who border on the eastern and extreme northern 
parts of the Czar's dominions. 

8vo. London, 1716 

PERRY, Walter Copland. Greek and Koman sculp- 
ture : a popular introduction to the history of 
Greek and Roman sculpture. 

8vo. London, 1882 

PERSIA, seu regni Persici status varia itinera in 
atque per Persiam. 

24mo. Elzevir. Leyden, 1633 

PERSIO, Antonio. Trattato dell' ingegno dell' 
huomo. 

8vo. Aldus [1] Venice, 1576 

PERSIUS FLACCUS, Aulus. 

^ee Juvenalis, D. J. Satyrae. [Parw, 1 47 1 ] c/c. 
„ Poetae Latini. Milan, 1731-65. 



PERSIUS FLACCUS, Aulus. Satyrae. 

fol. [Basle, 1474] 

Another edition. Cum interpretatione J. 

Britannici. 

fol. N. Gorgonzola. [1505] 



Another edition. 

8vo. F. Gryphius. Paris, 1538 



— Another edition. J. Murmellio scholiaste, 
item H. Buschii prologi ac epistola. 

4to. Chr. Wechel. Paris, 1538 

— Antonii Foquelini in satyras commentarius. 



[With the text.] 



4to. A. Wechel. Paris, 1555 



— Another edition. Ab Elia Viueto Santone 
emendatus : cuius annotationes una cum Annaei 
Cornuti commentario in eundem satyrarum 
Persii librum, separatim expressimus. 

4to. E. Marnesius. Poitiers, 1560 



Another edition. A. NicoDEMO Frischlino 



paraphrasi illustratae, Valentini insuper Volsci, 
etc., commentariis explicatae. 

3 parts in 1 vol. 4to. P. Pernus. Basle, 1582 

— A. Persii satyrarum liber i., D. J. Juvenalis 



Satyrae. 



4to. [Ulric Han. Borne, 1470] 



satyrarum lib. v., Sulpiciae satyra i., cum com- 
mentariis. Ex bibliotheca P. Pithoei cujus 
etiam notae adjectae sunt. 

8vo. M. Padsson. Paris, 1585 

— Satirarum liber, IsAACUS Casaubonus recen- 
suit, et commentario libro illustravit, etc. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Paris, l605 

Red morocco, with the arms of De Thou. 

— Another edition. Post felices curas a St. 
Claverio redditus et explanatus. 

8vo. Paris, l607 

— Another edition. 

12mo. B. Stephanus. Paris, l6l4 

— Another edition. Cum commentariis J. Bond. 

8vo. Paris, 1644 

— Another edition. I. Casaubonus recensuit et 
commentario libro illustravit : tertia editio cura 
M. Casauboni. 

8vo. London, 1647 



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PERSIU8 FLACCUS, Aulua. Persius enucleatus, 
sive commentarius in Persium, studio D. Wed- 

DEKBURXI. 

12mo. Dan. Elzevir. Amsterdam, \66t 



Another edition. Edidit 6. F. Sebaldus. 

8vo. Nuremberg, 1765 



— A. Flacci Persii, D. Juvenalis et Sulpiciae 
Satyrarum nova editio diligenter recognita. 
[Edited by E. A. Philippe.] 

12mo. Barhou. Paris, 1776 



Satirae : ad codices Parisinos recensitae, com- 



mentario illustratae a N. L. ACHAINTRE ; acce- 
dunt C. Lucilii satirarum fragmenta, necnon 
Sulpiciae Caleni uxoris satira. 

8vo. Paris, 1812 

— Satires. Translated with notes by W. Drum- 
MOND. [Latin and English.] 

8vo. London, 1799 



— Another edition. [Translated by R. Skinner. 
Latin and French.] 

8vo. Benic, 1765 

— Satires, traduction nouvelle avec le texte latin 
i c6t^ et des notes par Le Monnier. 

8vo. Paris, 1771 

— Persio tradotto in verso sciolto e dichiarato da 



F. Stelluti. [Latin and Italian.] 

•tto. Eo7ne, l630 

PERSONA, Christophorus de. 

See Bible, Latin. N. T., Epistles. 
„ John Chrysostom. Sermones xxv. [Pmie, 

1472] ctr. 
„ Origan. Contra Celsum libb. viii. Home, 
1481. 

PERSONAL narrative of adventures in the Penin- 
sula during the war in 1812-13. By an officer 
late in the Staff corps regiment of cavalry. 

8vo. London, 1827 

PERSUASIVE (A) address to the people of Great 
Britain at large, but more particularly recom- 
mended to the attention of the partizans of 
democracy, and the members of corresponding 
societies. By a lady. 

8vo. London, 1795 

to consideration. See Collier, J. 



PERSUASIVE (A) to impartiality and candor in 
judging of the present administration, particu- 
larly with regard to our late difficulties and 
transactions abroad. 

8vo. London, 1731 

A perswasive to moderation to Church 

Dissenters, in prudence and conscience : humbly 
submitted to the king and his great council. 
[By William Penn.] 

4to. [London t l686] 

PERTH, James Drummond, earl of. Letters to his 
sister the Countess of ErroU, and other members 
of his family. Edited by W. Jerdan. [Camden 
Society, xxxiii.] 

4to. London, 1845 

PERTH, Lady Margaret Drummond, titular duchess 
of. 
For Life, see Female rebels. London, 1747. 

PERTHUIS DE ZAILLEVANT, L^on de. Traits 
d'arcbitecture rurale. 

4to. Paris, 1810 

PERTZ, Georg Heinrich. 

See Monumenta Qermaniae historica. Hanover 
and Berlin, 1826, ek. 

Autobiography and letters. Translated and 



edited by Leonora Pertz. 



8vo. [London] N.D. 



PERUSCUS, Camillus. 

See Scriptores physionomoniae veteres. Alttn- 
burg, 1780. 

PERVIGILIUM Veneris. 

See Petronius Arbiter, T. Satyricon. Amster- 
dam, 1669-71. 

Ex editione P. PiTHOEi, cum notis. Ausonii 



Cupido cruci adfixus, cum notis. 

8vo. The Hague, 1712 

PESCARA, Vittoria Colonna, marchesa di. Pianto 
sopra la passione di Christo ; oratione della 
medesima sopra I'Ave Maria ; oratione fatta il 
Venerdi santo, sopra la passione di Christo. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1556 

Another edition. 

8vo. Ant. Manutius. Bologna, 1557 



Another edition. 



8vo. Aldus. Vmice, 156l 



1390 



PESCETTI— PETERS 



PESCETTI, Orlando. Proverbi Italiani raccolti, e 
ridotti sotto a certi capi. Proverbi Italiani e 
Latini, raccolti per uso de' fanciulli. 

2 vols, in 1. 12mo. Venice, l622 

PESHALL, Sir John, Bart. 

See History of the university of Oxford. Oxford, 
1773. 
„ Wood, A. k. Antient and present state of 
Oxford. London, 1773. 

PESSELIER, Charles ifctienne. 

See Pagan, C. B. Theatre. Paris, 1760. 



CEuvres. 



8vo. Paris, 1772 



PESTEL, Friedrich Wilhelm. Commentarii de re- 
publica Batava. 

2 vols, in 3. 8vo. Leyden, 1795 

PETAU, Denis. 

See Epiphanius. Opera omnia. Paris, l622. 
,, Julianus, F. C. Opera. Paris, iQSO, etc. 
„ Nicephorus, Saint. Breviarium historicum. 
Paris, l64S. 

Opera poetica. Graeca varii generis carmina, 

cum Latina interpretatione. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1641-42 

YtUow morocco, with the arms of Louia xiii. 

Opus de doctrina temporum. 

3 vols, in 1. fol. Antwerp, 1703 

De theologicis dogmatibus. 

5 vols. fol. Paris, 1644-50 

Rationarium temporum in quo aetatum omnium 

sacra profanaque historia chronologicis proba- 
tionibus munita summatim traditur et ad hoc 
usque tempus continuatur. 

3 parts in 2 vols. 8vo. Leyden, 1724 

PETER, Bishop of Alexandria. 

&e Methodius. Writings. Edinhirgh, IS69. 

PETER I., Emperor of Kussia. 

Si^e Memoir of the life of Peter the Great. 
London, 1832. 

PETER III., Emperor of Russia. 

For Life, see Saldem, De. Histoire de la vie. 

Melz, 1802. 
See Histoire de Pierre III. Paris, 1799. 



PETER I., King of Castile. 

See Histoire de Pierre le cruel. Paris, 1790. 

PETER, Saint. 

See Birks, H. A. Studies in the life and character 
of St. Peter. London, 1887. 

Das Evangelium und die Apokalypse des 

Petrus, die neuentdeckten Bruchstiicke nach einer 
Photographic der Handschrift zu Gizeh in Licht- 
druck herausgegeben von 0. vON Gebhardt. 

8vo. Leipzig, 1893 

PETER LEOPOLD, Grand Duke of Tuscany. Edict 
of the Grand Duke of Tuscany for the reform of 
Criminal Law in his dominions. Translated from 
the Italian : together with the original. [Edited 
by J. Howard.] [English and Italian.] 

8vo. IFarrington, 1789 

PETER, John. A treatise of Lewisham (but vulgarly 
called Dulwich) wells in Kent. 

12mo. London, I68I 

PETERBOROUGH, Charles Henry Mordaunt, earl 
of. Trial with the whole of the evidence, etc., 
at the last assizes at Hereford, Edward Foley, 
plaintiff, Charles Henry earl of Peterborough 
and jNlonmouth, defendant, for criminal conversa- 
tion with lady Ann Foley. 

4to. Lmulon, 1785 

PETERBOROUGH, Charles Mordaunt, earl of. 
See Freind, J. An account of the earl of Peter- 
borow's conduct. London, 1707. 
„ Remarks on a pamphlet entituled The 
thoughts of a member, etc. Loiulon, 1719. 

PETERBOROUGH, Henry Mordaunt, earl of. 
See Halstead, R., pseud. 

PETERS, Charles. Two sermons preached at 
Dominica on the 11th and 13th of April 1800: 
to which is added an appendix containing minutes 
of three trials at Roseau, with remarks on the 
slave-trade. 

8vo. London, 1802 

PETERS, Edward. 

iS'fv; Pfleiderer, 0. Paulinism. Loiuion, 1877. 

PETERS, Frank Hesketh. 

See Aristotle. The Xicomachean Ethics. London, 
1891. 

PETERS, Hugh. 

See Historical and critical account of H. P. 

Lo'iuluii, 17."'1. 



PETERSON— PETITION 



1391 



PETERSON, Peter. 

See Clement I. Homilies. 



Edinburgh, 1870. 



PETEESON, Robert. 

See Botero, O. A treatise concerning the mag- 
nificencie, etc. London, 1606. 

PETHE, Franz. Ungarische Grammatik, nach den 
Grundsiitzen von J0H.A.NN Farkas ganz umgear- 

beitet. 

8vo. Fienm, 1798 

PETHERAM, John. 

See Brief discourse of the troubles. London, 
184-(i. 
„ Puritan discipline tracts. London, 1842-47. 

P^TIS DE LA CROIX, Francois, the elder. His- 
toire du grand Genchizcan, premier empereur 
des Mogols. 

12mo. Parts, 1711 

P6TIS DE LA CROIX, Frangois, the younger. 
See Cherefeddin Ali. Histoire de Timur-Bec. 
Paris, 1722. 
„ Mille et un jour. Paris, 1710-29. 

PETIT (Le) Neptune fran(;ais ; or, French coasting 
pilot for the coast of Flanders, Channel, Bay of 
Biscay, and Mediterranean, to which is added 
the coast of Italy and Corsica. 

4to. London, 1793 

PETIT, Antoine Francois. Catalogue des livres 
d'Antoine-Frangois Petit, medecin : dont la vente 
sefera Dec. 1796. 

8vo. Paris, 1796 

PETIT, Ernest. 

See Itin6raires de Philippe le Hardi. Paris, 
1888. 

PETIT, Gulielmus, Neubrigensis. 
See William of Newbury. 

PETIT, Joseph. Marengo; or, the campaign of 
Italy, by the army of reserve, under the com- 
mand of the chief consul Bonaparte : from the 
French ; to which is added a notice of the life of 
general Desaix by C. Foudras. 

8vo. London, 1801 

PETIT, Joseph Adolphe. History of Mary Stuart, 
queen of Scots. Translated from the original 
and unpublished lis. by Charles de Flandre. 
2 vols. 4to. London, 187-i 

PETIT, N. 

See F6toq, F. Voyage de decouvertes aux terres 
Australes. Paris, 1807-1.5. 

VOL. III. 



PETIT, Pierre. De Amazonibus dissertatio. 

12mo. Amsterdam, 1687 

De natura et moribus anthropophagorum dis- 
sertatio. 

8vo. Utrecht, I688 

Homeri nepenthes sive de Helenae medica- 



mento luctum abolente dissertatio. 

8vo. Utrecht, 1689 

PETIT DE BACHAUMONT, Louis. 
See Bachaumont, L. P. de. 

PETIT DU NOYER, Anne Marguerite. 
See Du Noyer, A. M. P. 

PETITE bibliothequo des theatres. 
See ThdS,tre Francais. 

PETITION and demand of right. See S. (E.) 



— (The) and remonstrance of the governour and 
company of merchants of London trading to the 
East-Indies exhibited to the lords and commons 
in parliament assembled. 

4to. London, 1641 

— (A) for peace : with the reformation of the 
liturgy, As it was presented to the right reverend 
bishops by the divines appointed by his majesties 
commission to treat with them about the altera- 
tion of it. [By EiCHARD Baxter.] 

4to. London, 166I 



Another edition. 



4to. London, 166I 



— humbly presented to his highnesse the Lord 
Protector, and to the high-court of Parliament, 
by divers ministers for the establishment of them- 
selves and others their brethren in the places to 
which they were admitted to officiate without 
institution from the bishops. 

4to. London, l654 



(The) of divers eminent citizens of London, 

presented to the Lord jMayor and Court of 
Aldermen the 28th of April 168I. 

single sheet, fol. London, I68I 

of the officers and souldiers in the army, under 

the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, with the 
severall votes of the councell of war at SatTron- 
Walden, concerning the armies going into Ireland : 
together with a letter from his excellency to the 
House of Commons, concerning the said petition. 

4to. London, l647 



1392 



PETITIONS— PETRARCA 



PETITIONS from the old and new subjects, 
inhabitants of the province of Quebec, to the 
lords spiritual and temporal. 

8vo. London, 1791 

PETITOT, Alexandre. 

See Collection des m^moires relatifs k Thistoire 
de France. ParU, 1820-29. 

PETITOT, Claude Bernard. 

See Collection complete des m^moires. 
„ Collection des m^moires. 
„ La Harpe, J. F. de. (Euvres choisies. 

ParU, 1806. 
„ Lancelot, C, and Amauld, A. Grammaire 
g^nerale. Paris, 1803. 

PETITOT, Ennemond Alexandre. 

See Descrizione delle feste celebrate in Parma 
1769. Parma [1769]. 

PETIT-EADEL, Louis Charles Frangois. Recher- 
ches sur les biblioth^ques, jusqu'i la fondation 
de la bibliotheque Mazarine. [ With an appendix 
on the public libraries of France.] 

8vo. Paris, 1819 

PETIT-EADEL, Philippe. Voyage historique, choro- 
graphique et philosophique dans les principales 
villes de ritalie, 1811-12. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1815 

PETITUS, Samuel. Eclogae chronologicae, in quibus 
de variis annorum Judaeorum, Samaritarum, 
Graecorum, etc., typis, cyclisque veterum Chris- 
tianorum Paschalibus disputatur. 

■Ito. Paris, 1632 

Miscellaneorum libri ix., in quibus varia 

veterum scriptorum loca, quae philologiam, his- 
toriam, philosophiam, chronologiam spectant, 
emendantur, illustrantur, explicantur. 

4to. Paris, 1630 

Observationum libri iii., in quibus varia 

veterum scriptorum loca quae ad philologiam, 
jurisprudentiam et utriusque ecclesiae Judaicae 
atque Christianae historiam pertinent, illus- 
trantur. 

4to. Paris, 1642 

Variarum lectionum libri iv., in quibus 

ecclesiae utriusque foederis ritus moresque anti- 
qui, sacri item ejusdem atque ecclesiastici scrip- 
tores illustrantur, explicantur, emendantur. 

4to. Paris, 1633 



PETEARCA, Francesco. 

For Life, sre Dobson, S. London, 1797. 
„ „ Fabroni, A. Parma, 1799. 

„ „ M^moires pour la vie. Amsterdam, 

1764-67. 
„ „ Polentonius, S. [1480] 

„ „ Tomasini, J. F. Padua, 1650. 

/See Calmo, A. Le bizzarie. Venice, 15' 6. 
„ Celsus, J. De vita C. J. Caesaris. London, 

1697. 
„ Colonna, S. I sonetti. Venice, 1740. 
„ Eclogae Vergilii. Florence, 1504. 
„ Foscolo, N. U. Essays on Petrarch. London, 

1821. 
,, Ogle, G. Gualtherus and Griselda. London, 

1739. 
„ Plinius Caecilius Secundus, C. Epistole. 

Venice, 1548. 
„ Plutarch. Dicteriae. [Utrecht, 1473.] 
„ Eeeve, H. [Foreign classics for English 

readers.] 
„ Eobert, King of Naples. II trattado delle 

virtu' morali, etc. Turin, 1750. 
„ Eossetti, D. de. Edizione singolarissima del 
canzoniere del Petrarca. 
Trieste, 1826, etc. 
„ „ „ Petrarca, etc. Trieste,lS'2.S. 

„ Zoppio, Cr. Eagionamenti in difesa di Dante, 
etc. Bologna, 1583. 



Opera. [The Latin works only.] 

fol. /. Amerbach. Basle, 1496 



Opera omnia. 

4 vols, in 1. fol. Sebast. Henric. Petri. 

Basle, 1581 

Calf, with amis on the sirles. 

Sonetti e Trionfi [Canzoniere]. 

4to. Vindelin de Spira. [Venice] 1470 

Another edition. 



4to. [G. Laver.] Rome, 1471 

Another edition. 

fol. B. de Valdezoccho and ML de Septem 
Arhorihus. Padua, 1472 

Another edition. 

fol. A. Zarotus. [Milan] 1473 

Another edition. 

fol. [N. Jenson.] Venice, 1473 



Another edition. 



8vo. [1474] 



PETRARCA 



1393 



PETRARCA, Francesco. Sonetti e Trionfi. 


PETRARCA, Francesco. .Sonetti e Trionfi. Con 


fol. L. Achates. [Vkenza] HI I- 


I'espositione d'Alessandro Vellutello. 




8vo. B. de Vidali. Venice, 1532 


Another edition. 


In the original gilt binding. 


fol. Ar. de Biuxella. Naples, 1477 






Another edition. [Edited by P. Manutius.] 


Another edition. Col commento di Antonio 

da Tempo. 

4to and 8vo. [^fonuiso d'Alemndrw. 
Venice] Mil 


8vo. Aldus. Venice, 153S 

Printed on vellum. 

Another edition. Con le' osservationi di 


Messer Francesco Alunno. 




8vo. F. Marcolini. Venice, 1539 


Another edition. Col commento di Fr. Filelfo 




e di Bernardo Glicino. 


Another edition. Con I'espositione d'Ales- 


fol. T. de Reynshurch and li. de Nvvimugio. 


sandro Vellutello, e le figure. 


Venice, 1478 


4to. G. GioUto. Venice, 1545 


Another edition. 


Yellow morocco, with the arms of the Comte d'Hoym. 


[Venice, 1480] 


Another edition. 




8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1546 


Another edition. Col commento di Fr. Filelfo. 




fol. Leonardus Wild de Katisboiui. 


Another edition. Correto da ^1. Lodovico 


Venice, 1481 


Dolce. 




12mo. G. Giolito. Venice, 1547 


Another edition. Col commento di Fr. Filelfo. 


Another edition. 


fol. P. di Pasquali and D. Bertocho. 


l6mo. G. di Tournes. Lyons, 1547 


Venice, 148(). 




Another editiou^ 


Another edition. Con la spositione di Ber- 


8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1501 


nardino Daniello da Lucca. 


Printed on vellum. 


4to. P. and G. Fratelli di Nicolini da Sahio. 




Venice, 1549 


Another edition. 




8vo. [Lyons, 1501] 


Another edition. Con I'espositione d'Ales- 


Another edition. 


sandro Vellutello. 

8vo. Venice, 1550 


8vo. H. Smcino. Fano, 1503 






Another edition. Insieme alcune belle anno- 


Another edition. 


tazioni tratte dalle prose di Monsignor Bembo. 


8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1514 


12mo. Lyons, 1558 


Another edition. 


Another edition. Insieme con alcune belle 


8vo. Aldxis. Venice, 1514 


annotationi, tratte dalle prose di Monsignor 


Printed ou vellum. 


Bembo, etc. 




2 vols, in 1. l6mo. D. Nicolini. 


Another edition. 


Venice, 1572-73 


8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1521 




Another edition. 

8vo. [Venice, 1522] 

l»riDtcd oa vellum. 


Another edition. Con I'espositione di M. G. 

A. Gesualdo. 

4to. A. Griffio. Venice, 1581-82 

In the original richly gilt morocco binding. 


Another edition. Con la expositione di Ales- 


Another edition. Brevemente sposte per 


sandro Vellutello da Lucca. 


Lodovico Castelvetro. 


4to. G. and F. de Sahio. Venice, 1 .i25 


4to. Basle, 1582 



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PETRARCA 



PBTR^RCA, Francesco. Sonetti e Trionfi. 

24mo. Venice, 1651 

Another edition. Brevemente esposte per 

LODOVICO Castelvetro. [With lives of Petrarch 
and Castelvetro : edited by C. Zapata DE 

CiSNEROS.] 

2 vols. 4to. Venice, 1756 



■ Another edition. 



2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1768 



Another edition. [Parnaso Italiano, torn, i., ii.] 
2 vols. 8vo. Venice, 1784 

Rime. [Edited by G. J. DiONiSi.] 

2 vols. fol. Bodoni. Panna, 1799 

Another edition. 

2 vols. 8vo. Bodoni. Parma, 1799 



Another edition. Tratte da' migliori esemplari 

con illustrazioni inedite di Lodovico Becca- 
delli. [Edited by the Abbe Morelli.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Verona, 1799 



Another edition. [Edited by T. J. Mathias.] 
12mo. London, 1801 



Another edition. Con note da F. Soave. 

2 vols. 8vo. Milan, 1805 

Another edition. Emendate da G. B. Boschini. 
2 vols. 24mo. London, 1809-10 



— Another edition. [Edited by Antoine Mar- 

SAND.] 

2 vols. fol. Padua, 1819-20 

— Another edition. Col comento di G. Biagioli. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1821 

— Another edition. 

.12mo. Pirkering. London, 1822 

Printed on vellum. 

— II Petrarcha spirituale. (Sonetti et Canzo ni 
di F. P. divenuto theologo et spirituale per 
studio di fratre H. Maripetro.) 

8vo. Venice, 1545 



— Trionfi e commento di Fr. Filelfo sopra il 
Canzoniere. 

4to. A. Portilia. Parma, 1473 



PETRAECA, Francesco. The Triuniphes of Pet- 
rarch. Translated by Henry Parker, Lord 
Morley, 1654. [Edited by J. E. T. Loveday.] 
[Roxburghe Club, cxvii.] 

4to. London, 1887 

Bucolicum carmen. 

fol. Am. Ther Hoernen. Cologne, 1473 

Another edition. Cum commento Benevenuti 

Imolensis viri clarissimi. 

fol. Venice, 1496 



De remediis utriusque fortunae. 

4to. A. Ther Hoernen. Cologne, 1471 



Another edition. 

4to. [H. Eggesteyn. Strasburg, 1475] 



— Historia Julii Caesaris, cum interpretatione 
Italica, contulit C. E. C. Schneider. 

8vo. Leipzig, 1827 

— Libro degli uomini famosi. [Translated from 
the Latin by Donato degli Albanzani.] 

fol. Felix and Innocens Ziletus. Verona, 1476 

— Do vita solitaria libri duo. 

fol. \_R., printer. Strasburg, \ 470] 

— Epistolarum familiarium libri xiv., variarum 
liber, sine titulo liber, ad quosdam ex veteribus 
illustriores liber, ex vetusto codice bibliothecae 
L Chalasii. 

8vo. Petrus Roverianus. [Geneva] l601 



Epistola de insigni obedientia et fide Griseldis. 
4to. [U. Zell. Cologne, 1470] 



Another edition. 



fol. /. Zeiner. Ulm, 1473 



Secretum de contemptu mundi. 

fol. [P., printer. Strasburg, 1470] 



— El Secreto, in prosa vulgare. [Translated by 
F. Orlandini.] 

4to. S. de Nicolo. Siena, 1517 



Another edition. 



8vo. Venice, 1520 



Psalmi poenitentiales. 

8vo. Sixtus Eeissinger. Naples, 1476 

Printed on vellum. 



PETRARCA— PETRONIUS ARBITER 



H9j 



PETRARCA, Francesco. Le vite de Pontefici et 
Iinperadori Roraani. [Supposititious.] 

fol. Apiul S. Jacohum de Ripoli. 
Florence, 1478 

PETRE, Edward. 

See Three letters. 1 . From a Jesuit, etc. {Lon- 

donl 1(J88.] 

PETRE, Robert Edward, 9tli baron. Letter to the 
right rev. Dr. Horsley, bishop of St. David's. 

8vo. Londan, 1790 

PETREIUS, Nicolaus. Cimbrorum et Gothorum 
origines, migi-ationes, bella, atque coloniae. 

8vo. Leipzig, l69J 

PETRIE, Henry. 

See Monumenta Historica Britannica. [London] 
184.8. 

PETRIE, William Matthew Flinders. Tanis, parts 
i. and ii., with chapters by A. S. Murray and 
F. Ll. Griffith. [Egypt Exploration Fund, 
ii., iv.] 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. London, 1885-88 

PETRI VON HARTENFELSS, Georg Christoph. 

Elephantographia curiosa ; editio altera cum 

figuris cui accessit oratio panegyrica de elephantis 

necnon J. Lipsii epistola de eodem argumento. 

4to. Leipzig and Erfurt, 172." 

PETROBONUS, Hieronymus Alexandrinus. Ben- 
tivola. 

4to. [Plato de Benedidis. Bologna] 1494 

PETRONI, Riccardo. Sonetti centurie due. 

8vo. Venice, 1716 

PETRONI, Stefano Egidi6. 

See La Fontaine, J. de. Lo favole. London, 
1815. 

Dante, Ariosto e Tasso ; epitome della lor vita 

ed analisi dei loro principali poomi. 

8vo. London, 1816 



— Gesta navali Britainiiche dal grande Alfredo 
sino a questi ultimi tempi, poema, con prefazione 
e note in Francese di Joseph Lavalli^e. 

2 vols, 4to. London, 181.5 



La Napol^onide. 



8vo. Paris, 1813 



PETRONIUS ARBITER, Titus, or Gains. 

See Dio Chrysostomus. Oratio de Ilii capti\'itate. 
Venice, 14<)y. 
,, Panegyric! veteres. [Milan] 1476. 

Satyricon, adjecta sunt veterum quorundam 

poetarum carmina non dissimilis argumenti, cum 
notis doctorum variorum. 

12mo. M. Paiissmi. Paris, 1587 



Editio nova. [Edited by J. A WoWER.] 

12mo. Paris, l601 



— Another edition. J. Bourdelotius emendavit 
et commentarium adjecit. 

12mo. Paris, I6l8 



Another edition. [Edited by J. A Wo\\t;r.] 

24mo. Amsterdam, 1626 



— Another edition. Ejusdemque fragmenta, 
illustrata J. BOURDELOTII notis et glossario. 

12mo. Lei/den, 1645 

— Another edition. Ejusdemque fragmenta, 
illustrata J. Bourdelotii notis et glossario, 
accurante R. Hermann IDE. 

12mo. Amsterdam, 1663 



— Another edition. Cum fragmento nuper 
Tragurii reperto : accedunt diversorum Lusus 
in Priapum, Pervigilium Veneris, Ausonii cento 
nuptialis, Cupido crucifixus, epistolae de Cleo- 
patra et alia nonnulla, omnia notis variorum 
illustrata, concinnante M. Hadrianide. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1669-71 



— Another edition. Cui accedunt diversorum 
poetarum lusus in Priapum, Errones Venerei, 
Pervigilium A'^eneris, etc. : cum notis Bourde- 
LOTii, etc. [Edited by H. Valesius.] 

12mo. Paris, 1677 



— Another edition. Cum notis Boscuii, Rkinesii, 

et SCHEFFERl. 

2 vols. 24mo. Amsterdam, 1700 



— Another edition. Cum integris doctorum 
virorum commentariis : curante P. Burmanno. 

4to. Utrecht, 1709 



Another edition. [Edited by P. BuRSiANNUS.] 

8vo. Leipnig, 1731 



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PETRONIUS ARBITER, Titus, or Gaius. Satyricon. 
Cum notis [variorum], curante P. Burmanno. 

Editio altera. 

2 vols. -ito. Amsterdam, 174.3 

Another edition. Et fragments. [Edited by 

COITNT DE ReWICZKY.] 

8vo. Berlin, 1785 

Another edition. Cum Petronianis frag- 



mentis et glossario. 



2 vols. ISmo. Paris, 1797 



— La satyre, traduite en Francois [by Francois 
NODOT. Latin and French.] 

2 vols. 12mo. Cologne, l6()4 

— Pofeme sur la guerre civile, avec deux epitres 
d'Ovide [Latin]. Le tout traduit en vers 
fran5ois, avec des conjectures [by J. Bouhier] 
sur le pofeme intitule, Pervigilium Veneris. 

4to. Amsterdam, 1737 

Satyricon. Traduction [by F. Nodot] entifere 



suivant le manuscrit trouve a Belgrade en l688 : 
avec remarques et la contre-critique de Petrone. 
[Latin and French.] 

2 vols. 12mo. Amsterdam, 1756 

PETRUS Blesensis. De amicitia Christiana. 

•ito. [Pr. of Hist. S. Albani. Cologne, 1475] 



Expositio super librum Job. 

4to. H. Bumgart. Cologne, 1500 



PETRUS de Comos, Abbas Aethiops. 
5ee Bible, Ethiopic. N. T. 1548. 

PETRUS de Rivo. Opus responsivum ad epistolam 
apologeticam M. Pauli de Middelburgo de anno, 
die, et feria dominice passionis. 

fol. Lud. de Bavescot. Lowcain, 1488 

PETRUS de Vicentia, Bishop of Cesena. Oratio 
pro capessenda oxpeditione contra infideles. 

4to. [^Besicken. Borne, 1490] 

PETRUS Sarnensis. 

See Collection des m^moires — Guizot [vol. xiv.]. 

Historia Albigensium et sacri belli in eos anno 

1209 suscepti, duce et principe Simone a Monte- 
forti : ex MSS. codicibus in lucem nunc primum 
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PHAEDEUS. Fabularum Aesopiarum libri v. Cum 
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Svo. 1 893 

PHILLIP, William. 

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PHILLIPPS, James Orchard Halliwell. 
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PHILLIPPS, Sir Thomas, Bart. 

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PHILLIPS, Charles. Recollections of Curraii and 
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Svo. London, 1818 

PHILLIPS, Edward. 

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PHILLIPS, John, Nephew of Milton. 

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PHILLIPS, John, of Liverpool. 

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PHILLIPS, John, Surveyor. A general history of 
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PHILLIPS, Richard. 

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PHILLIPS, Sir Richard. 

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PHILLIPS, Teresia Constantia. Apology for the 
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3 vols. Svo. London, 1748-4.0 

PHILLIPS, Thomas. The history and antiquities 
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PHILLIPS— PHILOLOGISCHE 



PHILLIPS, William. A manual of the British 
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PHILLIS at court ; a comic opera of three acts. 
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PHILLPOTTS, Henry, Bishop of Exeter. The 
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8vo. London, 1849 

PHILO Byzantius. De septem orbis spectaculis, 
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8vo. Rome, l640 

PHILO Judaeus. 

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PHILO Mechanicus. 

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Svo. London, 1790 

PHILO-ANGLICUS, pseud. Bread for the poor; 
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4to. London, 1678 

PHILOBASILEUS, Theophilus, pseud, i.e. Thomas 
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4to. London, 1688 

PHILOBIBLON Society. 

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Bohn. Biography and bibliography of Shake- 
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Ancient ballads and broadsides. 1867. 

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PHILOLOQISOHE Wochenschrift, herausgegeben 
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In progress. 4to. Berlin, 1882, etc. 



PHILOLOGUS- PHTLOSTR ATUS 



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PHILOLOGUS. Zeitschrift fiir das klassische Alter- 
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In progress. 8vo. Stolherg, Goettingen, and 
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PHILOMATHUS, pseud, i.e. ALEXANDER VII., Pope. 
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8vo. Cologne, 16"45 

PHILOPATEK, Andreas, pseud, i.e. Robert 
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4to. Rmne, 1593 

PHILOPATROS, Theophilus, pseud, i.e. Edward 
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PHILOPATETJS, Theophilus, pseud, i.e. Thomas 
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4to. London, 1649 

PHILOSOPHIA S. Scripturje interpres, exercitatio 
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PHILOSOPHICAL (The) and literary register. 
Vol. i. Edited by J. W. Page, David Grant, 
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4to. London, 1792 



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15 vols. Svo. Edinburgh, \&%\-9\ 

1. Descartes. By J. P. Mahaffy. 

2. Butler. By W. LucAS Collins. 

3. Berkeley. By A. C. Eraser. 

4. Fichte. By R. Adamson. 

5. Kant. By W. Wallace. 

6. Hamilton. By J. Veitch. 

7. Hegel. By E. Caird. 

8. Leibnitz. By J. T. Merz. 

9. Vico. By R. Flint. 

10. Hobbes. By G. C. Robertson. 

11. Hume. By W. Knight. 

12. Spinoza. By J. Caird. 

13. 14. Bacon. By J. NiCHOL. 
15. Locke. By A. C. Fraser. 



sketches of the principles of society and 

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Opera quae exstant : Philostrati junioris 



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fol. Paris, l60S 

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Printed on vcUum. 



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PHILOSTR ATUS— PHOCYLIDES 



PHILOSTRATUS. The two first books, concerning 
the life of Apollonius Tyaneus, written origin- 
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fol. London, 1680 

Vie d'Apollonius de Tyane, avec les commen- 

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Heroica, Gr. et Lat., recensnit scholia Graeca 

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PHILOTUS, a comedy : reprinted from the edition 
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PHILO-VERITAS, pseud, i.e. Robert Ferguson. 
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PHILOXENUS, the Grammarian. 

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PHILPOT, Charles. 

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l6mo. [London, 1559] 

PHIPPEN, Francis. An authentic account of the 
late Mr. Whitbread, consisting of facts and 
anecdotes relating to his latter days and death, 
developing the causes which led to that deplor- 
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Svo. London, 1815 



PHIPPS, Constantine Jolin, 2nd Baron Mulgrave. 
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PHLEGON Trallianus. 

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PHLEGON'S testimony shewn to relate to the dark- 
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PHOENIX— PIAZZA 



1407 



PHOENIX. The Phenix ; or, a revival of scarce 
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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1707-8 

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PHOENIX, Petrus. 

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PHOTIUS, Patriarch of Constantinople. 

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fol. Rouen, l(5.');i 

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4to. Paris, l6lo 

Olive morocco, with the arms and cypher of De Thou. 

PHRANTZES, Georgios. 

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PHRYNICHUS. 

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VOL. III. 



PHRYNICHUS. The new Phrynichus, being a 
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8vo. London, 1881 

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PHYSICAL Society. Proceedings. 

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PHYSIOPHILUS, Joannes, pseud, i.e. Ignaz VON 
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PHYSIQUE (La) occulte, ou traite de la baguette 
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2 vols, in 1. 12mo. The Hague, 1747 

PIALE, Stefano. 

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PIANTI (I) d'Elicona su la tomba di Teresa 
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:i vols, in 1. 8vo. Padua, 1781 

PIAZZA, Vincenzo. Bona espugnata, poema. 

8vo. Parma, 1694 



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PIAZZI— PICK WORTH 



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PIOARD, Jean. De prisea Celtopaedia libri quinque. 
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PICARD, Louis Benoit. Theatre. 

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PICAULT, Charles. Histoire des revolutions de 
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2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1810 

PICCARTUS, Michael. Periculorum criticorum 
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PICCOLHOMINUS, Archangelus. 

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PICCOLOMINI, Agostino Patrizi, Bishop of Faenza. 
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PICHON, Julien. 

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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1895 

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PICKERING, Thomas. 

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PICO— PIERCE 



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PICO, Blasius. De quattuor partibus oratioiiis 
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PICO DELLA MIRANDOLA, Giovanni. 

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PICOT, Michel Joseph Pierre. 

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PICOU, Henri de. L'Odyssee d'Homere ou les 
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12mo. [Ehevir.] Leyden, l65,'J 

PICQUET, Jean Baptiste. 

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PICTA poesis, ab authore denuo recognita. [By 
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24mo. L. and C. Pesnol. Li/tins, l6iH 

PICTON, James Allanson. Oliver Cromwell ; the 
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8 YD. London, 188.S 



PICTON, Sir James Allanson. Memorials of Liver- 
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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1873 

PICTURE (The) of Newcastle upon Tyne, contain- 
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8vo. Newcastle, 1807 

(A) of the times, in a letter addressed to the 



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8vo. London, 1795 

PICTURES from Sicily. By the author of Forty 
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PIDANSAT DE MAIROBERT, Mathieu Francois. 
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PIECES of poetry, with two dramas. [By George 
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2 vols. 12mo. Chiswick, 1830 

PlijCES historiques relatives a Pie vii., souverain 

pontife. 

8vo. Paris, 1814 

officielles de I'armee d'Egypte. Pieces diverses 

relatives aux operations militaires et politiques 
du General Bonaparte. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Paris, 1800-1 

officielles relatives aux preliminaires de Londres 

et au traite d' Amiens. 

8vo. Paris, 1803 

PIEMONTESI illustri. 

5 vols. 8vo. Turin, 1781-87 

PIERCE, Thomas. 

See History and antiquities of the cathedral 
church of Salisbury. London, I'l 19- 
„ Philobasileus, T., pseud. 

The divine purity defended ; or, a vindica- 
tion of some notes concerning God's decrees, 
especially of reprobation, from the censure of 
D. Reynolds in his preface to Mr. Barlee's 

Correptory Correction. 

4to. London, l6^1 



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PIERCE— PIGHIUS 



PIERCE, Thomas. The sinner impleaded in his own 
court. 

8vo. London, 1656 

PlfiRI-B^NARD. Cabinet de M. Paignon Dijonval: 
etat raisonne des dessins et estampes dent il est 
compose, classes par ecoles. 

4to. Paris, 1810 

PIEEIUS VALERIANUS, Johannes. Epistola de 
honoribus illustrissimo ac reverendissimo Gur- 
censi Caesareo totius Italiae vicario urbem in- 
gredienti habitis. 

4to. Borne, 1512 

Exempla litterarum. 



4to. [Rome, 1513] 

PIEROTTI, Ermete. Customs and traditions of 
Palestine, illustrating the manners of the ancient 
Hebrews. Translated by T. G. Bonnky. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1864 

Jerusalem explored, being a description of the 

ancient and modern city. Translated by T. G. 

BONNEY. 

2 vols. fol. London, 1864 

PIERRE de Vaux-Cernay. See Petrus Sarnensis. 

PIERRE DE BERNIS, Frangois Joachim de. Cardinal. 
See Bernis, F. J. de P. de. 

PIERS, the Ploughman. 

See Langland, W. Msion of Pierce Plowman. 
London, 1651, etc. (for the 'Crede'). 

Pierce the Ploughman's crede ; to which is 

appended God spede the plough. Edited by 
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30.] 

8vo. London, 1867 

PIERS, Wilhelmus. 

Sec Euripides. Tragoediae. Cambridge, 1703. 

PIERSON, Joannes. 

Sec Moeris Atticista. Lexicon Atticum. Leyden, 



FIETRO, Dominico di. A'oyage historique en 
figypte, pendant les campagnes des generaux 
Bonaparte, Kleber et Menou. 

8vo. Paris, 1818 

PIGAFETTA, Antonio. Primo viaggio intorno al 
globo terracqueo ossia vagguaglio della navi- 
gazione alle Indie orientali per la via d'occidente. 
[In the years 1519-1522.] 

4to. Milan, 1800 

Premier voyage autour du monde sur I'escadre 



Verisimilium libri duo. 



Svo. Leyden, 1752 



PIERSON, Thomas. 

A'c Nichol, J. Commentaries, 1864-()C). Psalms. 

PIETAS. See Oxford, University of. 



de Magellan, 1519-22, suivi de I'extrait du traite 
de navigation, et d'une notice [by C. G. von 
Murr] sur Martin Behaim, traduit de I'AlIemand 
par H. J. Jansen. 

Svo. Paris, 1801 

The first voyage round the ^'orld by Magellan. 

Edited by Lord Stanley of Alderley. [Hak- 
luyt Society, lii.] 

Svo. London, 1874 

PIGAFETTA, Filippo. 

See Lopes, D. Regnum Congo. Frankfort, 1598. 
,, ,, Relatione del reame di Congo. 

Rome [1591]. 
,, „ Report of the Kingdome of Congo. 

London, 1597. 

PIGAGE, Nicolas de. La galerie electorale de 
Diisseldorf, ou catalogue raisonne et figure de 
ses tableaux, dans lequel on donne des descrip- 
tions detaillees et une suite de 30 planches 
contenant 365 petites estampes gravees par C. 
de Meckel. 

2 parts in 1 vol. obi. fol. Ikisle, 1778 

PIGANIOL DE LA FORCE, Jean Aimar. Nouvelle 
description de la France. 

7 vols, in 8. 12mo. Paris, 1722 

Nouvelle description des chasteaux et pares de 

Versailles et de Marly, contenant une explication 
historique de toutes les peintures, etc. 

2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1713 

PIGHIUS, Albertus. De ratione paschalis cele- 
brationis. 

fol. [1525] 

PIGHIUS, Stephanus Vinandus. Annales Roma- 
norum, qui conimentarii vicem supplent in omnes 
veteres Historiae Romanae scriptores. 

3 vols. fol. Antwerp, l6l5 



PIGNA— PILGRIMAGE 



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PIGNA, Giovanni Battista. Oratio in funere 
Barbarae natae Reginae Hungariae ac Boemiae, 
Arciducis Austriae, Ducis Ferrariae. Habita 
Ferrariae ix. Kl. Octob. 1572. 

4to. [AhliLil Fenice] 1572 



— Oratio in funere Francisci ii. Gallorum regis 
christianissimi. 

■Ito. Aldus. Venice, 1561 



Oratio in funere Herculis ii. Ducis Ferrariae, 

habita v. Cal. Deccmbris m.d.lix. 

4to. [Aldus "i Venice, 1560] 

FIGNORIA, Lorenzo. De servis, et eorum apud 
veteres ministeriis commentarius. 

12mo. Amsterdam, iQH 

Mensa Isiaca qua sacrorum apud Aegyptios 



Favole e novelle. 

Another edition. 



12mo. Bassano, ITS;") 



8vo. Lucca, 1785 



ratio et simulacra subjectis tabulis aeneis simul 
exhibentur et explicantur : accessit de magna 
deum matre discursus, et gemmarum explicatio, 
necnon J. P. Tomasini Manus Aenea et de vita 
Pignorii dissertatio. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Amsterdam, l66!) 

PIGNOTTI, Lorenzo. 

See Parnaso degl' Italiani viventi. Pisa, 179S- 
180.". 



Storia della Toscana, sine al principato. 

5 voLs. in 4.. 8vo. Pisa, 1813-M- 

PIGOTT, Charles. 

See Blessings (The) of war. London [1795]. 
„ Excellence of the British Constitution. 

London [1795]. 
„ Jockey Club. London, 1792. 
„ Rights of man. London [11^5]. 
„ Rights of nobles. [London, 1795.] 
„ Rights of priests. London [\1Qd\. 
,, Rights of princes. [London, 1795.] 
,, Voice of the people. London [l~95]- 
„ Warning to tyrants. London [1795]. 
„ Wrongs of man. London [1795]. 

Persecution. The case of Charles Pigott : con- 
tained in the defence he had prepared, and which 
would ha^■e been delivered by him on his trial, 
if the grand jury had not thrown out the bill 
preferred against him. 

8vo. London, 1793 



PIGOTT, Charles. Strictures on the new political 
tenets of the rt. hon. Edmund Burke. 

8vo. London, 1791 

PIKE, Luke Owen. 

See Year books. Edward I., etc. [Rolls Series.] 

A history of crime in England. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1 873-76 

PIKE, Roger. A true relation of the proceedings 
of the Scots and English forces in the north of 
Ireland : sent in a letter to Mr. Tobias Siedg- 
wicke [dated Carrickfergus, 30 May]. 

4to. London, 1642 

PIKE, Zebulon Montgomery. An account of ex- 
peditions to the sources of the Mississippi, and 
through the western parts of Louisiana, 1 805-7, 
and a tour through the interior parts of New 
Spain, 1807. 

8vo. Philadelphia, 1810 

Exploratory travels through the western terri- 



tory of North America. [An enlarged edition 
of the preceding work. Edited by T. Rees.] 

4to. London, 1811 

PIKLER, Giovanni. 

For Life, see Rossi, Q. G. de. Home, 1 792. 

PILATI DI TASSULO, Carlo Antonio. 

See Lettres sur la Hollande. The Haijue, 1780. 
„ Voyages en diff^rens pays de I'Europe. The 

Hague, 1777. 



Voyage de la Hollande, ou lettres sur ce pais. 
2 vols, in 1. 12mo. Haarlem, 1790 



PILENEJO, Eritisco, pseud, i.e. Giuseppe Maria 
Pagnini. 

See Knight, E. C. Lines address'd to victory. 
Parma, 1793. 
„ Theocritus. Teocrito, Mosco, Bione, etc. 
Parma, 1780. 

PILET DE LA MESNARDliiRE, Hippolite Jules. 
See La Mesnardi^re, H. J. P. de. 

PILGRIMAGE. The pylgryniage of Sir Richard 
Guylforde to the Holy Land, A.D. 1506, from a 
copy believed to be unique, from the press of 
Richard Pynson. Edited by Sir H. ELLIS. 
[Camden Society, Ii.] 

4to. London, 1851 



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PILEES, Joseph. Le bienfait anoiiynie, comedie en 
trois actes. 

8vo. Par if, 17S5 

PILKINGTON, Gilbert. 

See Butcher, R. Survey ... of Stumford. 
Lmulon, 1717-18 (for Turnament of Totten- 
ham). 

The turnament of Tottenham ; or, the wooing, 

winning, and wedding of Tibbe, the reev's 
daughter there. Taken out of an ancient manu- 
script, and published ... by Wilhelm Bed- 
well. [Also, ' A briefe description of . . . 
Tottenham high-crosse,' etc., by W. Bedm'ell.] 
4to. John NffrUm. London, \ 63 \ 

PILKINGTON, James, Bishop of Durham. 

Sec Burnynge of Paules church. London, 156o. 

Works. Edited by J. Scholefield. [Parker 

Society, iii.] 

8vo. Cambridge, 184'J 

PILKINGTON, James, of Derby. A view of the 
present state of Derby.shire, with an account of 
its most remarkable antiquities. 

2 vols. 8vo. Derbij, 178.9 

PILKINGTON, John. The history of the Lanca- 
shire family of Pilkiugton and its branches from 
1066 to l600. Second and revised edition. 

8vo. Liverpool, 1894 

PILKINGTON, John Carteret. The real story of 
J. G. P., written by himself. 

4to. London, 1760 

PILKINGTON, Joseph Green. 

See Spencer, John. Things new and old. London, 
1868. 

PILKINGTON, Matthew. The gentleman's and 
connoisseur's dictionary of painters. A new 
edition, to which is added a supplement contain- 
ing remarks on the present state of the art of 
painting. By J. Barry. 

1 vol. in 5. 4to. London, 1798 

Extra illustrated. 

A new edition. "With considerable additions 

by H. FusELi. 

4to. London, 1805 

An illustrative supplement to Pilkington's 

Dictionary of painters, consisting of biographical 
sketches, etc., principally taken from the Anec- 
dotes of painting by H. Walpole. 

4to. London, 1805 



PILKINGTON, Sir Thomas. The tryal of T. 
Pilkington, S. Shute, H. Cornish, Ford, Lord 
Grey, Sir T. Player, S. Bethel, F. Jenks, J. 
Deagle, R. Freeman, R. Goodenough, R. Key, 
J. Wickham, S. Swinock, J. Jekyll, for the riot 
at Guildhall on midsummer-day. 1682. 

fol. London, 1683 

PILL (A) for pork-eaters ; or, a Scots lancet for an 
English swelling. [By W. Forbes.] 

4to. [Edinbiinjh] 1705 

FILLER, Mathias, and MITTEBPACHER, Ludwig. 
Iter per Poseganam Sclavonia; provinciam, mensi- 
bus Junio et Jiilio, anno 1782 susceptum. 

4to. Buda, 1783 

FILLET, Rend Martin. L'Angleterre vue a Londres 
et dans ses provinces. 

8vo. Paris, 1815 

See also Sarrazin, J. Tableau de la Grande- 
Bretagne. 

PILPAY. See Bldpdf. 

PINCHES, Theophilus Goldridge. 

See Society of Biblical Archaeology. Publica- 
tions. London, 1880-81. 

FINCIER, Johann. Aenigmatum libri tres, cum 
solutionibus. 

8vo. Chr. Corvinus. l605 

PINCIUS, Janus Pyrrhus. De gestis ducum Triden- 
tinorum, de Gallorum Senonum adventu in 
Italiam, de origine urbis Tridentinae, de appel- 
latione et transitu Alpium, de confinibus Italiae 
libri duo. 1)6 vitis pontifieum Tridentinorum 
libri duodecim. 

2 vols, in 1. fol. J'ent. Eufinellus. 
Mantua, 1546 

PINCOTT, Frederic. Analytical Index to Sir J. W. 
Kaye's history of the Sepoy War, and Col. G. B. 
Malleson's history of the Indian Mutiny. 

8vo. London, 1880 

PINDAR. 

See Anacreon. Traduction nouvelle des odes. 
Paris, 1706. 
„ Barford, W. In Pindari primum Pythium 

dissertatio. Camlnidye, 1751. 
,, Lloyd, W. W. History of Sicily. London, 

1872. 
„ Morice, F. D. [Ancient classics for English 
readers.] 



PINDAR 



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PINDAR. 

See Portus, F. Commentarii in Pindari Olympia. 
[Lausanne T\ 1583. 
„ Potter, B. An inquiry into some passages. 
London, 17S3. 

Olympia, Pythia, Xemea, Isthmia. Callimacbi 



hymni qui inveniuntur. Dionysius de situ 
orbis. Licophronis Alexandra, obscurum poema. 
[Greek.] 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1513 

Printed on Vf Hum. 

Olympia, Nemea, Pythia, Isthmia. [Greek.] 

4to. Z. Calliergus. Borne, 1515 

Another edition. [Edited by J. Ceporinits 

and U. ZwiKGLi.] 

8vo. And. Cratander. Bash, 1526 

Another edition. 

4 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Petrus Brubach. 
Frankforl, 1542 



Another edition. 



4to. G. Mm-el Paris, 1558 



Another edition. Ex editione Oxoniensi. 

4 vols. 32mo. Foulis. Glasgow, 1754:-57 

[Another copy of vol. i., Olympia.] 

32mo. Foulis. Glasgow, 1754 

Printed on sillc. 

Olympia et Pythia. [Greek.] 

8vo. C'lir. JFecM. Paris, 153.") 

Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Isthmia, caeterorum 

octo lyricorum carmina, Alcaei, Sapphus, Stesi- 
chori, Ibyci, Anacreontis, Bacchylidis, Simonidis, 
Alcmanis. Gr. et Lat. 

2 vols, in 1. 12mo. H. Stephanus. 
[Paris] 1560 

Editio ii. Graecolatina H. Steph. recognitione 

etc. [Greek and Latin.] 

2 vols. 12mo. H. Stephanus. [Paris] 1566 

Another edition. Caeterorum octo lyricorum 

carmina, Alcaei, etc. [Greek and Latin.] 

l6mo. C. rianiin. Anlwerp, 1567 

Red morocco, with the arms of Charles Mordaunt Cracherode. 

Another edition. [Greek and Latin.] 

4to. Patdus Stephamis. [Geneva] 1 5i)i) 



PINDAR. Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, IsthmLa. Edidit 
E. ScHMiDius. [Greek and Latin.] 

4to. [Wittenberg] l6l6 

Another edition. J. Benedictus ad metri 

rationem, variorum exemplarium fidem, Scholias- 
tae ad verisimiles conjccturas dircctionem, totum 
authorem innumeris mendis repurgavit, etc. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

4to. Saumur, l620 

Another edition. Caeterorum octo lyricorum 

carmina, Alcaei, etc. Editio v. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

24mo. Paid. Stephanus. [Geneva] l626 

Another edition. Cum Latina omnium version© 

carmina lyrico per N. Sudorium. [Edited by 
R. West and R, Walsted.] 

fol. Oxford, 1697 

Another edition. [Greek and Latin.] 

2 vols, in 1. 12mo. Glasgow, 1744 

Another edition. Juxta editionem Oxoniensem 

impressa. [Greek and Latin.] 

12mo. London, 1755 



Another edition. [Greek and Latin.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Glasgow, 1770 



— Another edition. Cum lectionis varietate 
curavit C. G. Heyne. [Greek and Latin.] 

2 vols. 4to. Gottingen, 1773-74 

— Another edition. Cum lectionis varietate et 
adnotationibus curavit C. G. Heyne. [Greek 
and Latin.] 

3 vols, in 5. 8vo. Goiiingen, 1798-99 

— Another edition. Cum lectionis varietate et 
annotationibus a C. G. Heyne. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1807 

— Another edition. Latinis translata carminibus 
ct illustrata a J. Costa. [Greek and Latin.] 

3vols.ini. 4to. Pfff/iw, 1808 

Another edition. Juxta exemplar Heynianum ; 



accesserunt notae Heynianae, paraphrasis Bene- 
dictina, et lexicon. Edidit H. Huntingford. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

8vo. London, 1814 

— Another edition. Per Ph. Melanthonem con- 
vorsa in Latinum sermonem. 

8vo. /. Craio. JFittenberg, 1563 



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PINDAR. Opera omnia. Latino carmine reddita 
per N. SUDORIUM. 

3 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1582 

Ode, cioe, Olimpie, Pithie, Nemee and Fstmie, 

tradotte in parafrasi ed in rima Toscana da A. 
Adimari, con osservazioni. 

■Ito. Pisa, 1()31 

I vincitori Olimpici, Pizj, Ismj, Nemei : 

iradotti in Italiane canzoni, da G. B. Gautier. 
[Greek and Italian.] 

4, vols. 8vo. Romf, 1762-68 



Pindaro, tradotto di vari autori. [Parnaso 

de' poeti elassici, xv.] 

8vo. Venice, 1795 

PINDAR, Peter, pseud, i.e. John Wolcot. Advice 
to the future laureat : an ode. 

4to. London, 1790 

A benevolent epistle to Sylvanus Urban, alias 

master John Nichols, the printer, not forgetting 
master William Hayley. 

4to. London, 1790 

See also Urban, Sylvanus. A Rowland for an 
Oliver. 



— Bozzy and Piozzi ; or, the British biographers : 
a town eclogue. 

4to. London, 1788 

— Brother Peter to brother Tom [i.e. T. Warton] : 
an expostulatory epistle. 

4to. London, 1789 



PINDAR, Peter, pseud, i.e. John Wolcot. The 
Lousiad : an heroi-comic poem, canto i. Fourth 
edition. 

4to. London, 1786 



Eighth edition. 



4to. London, 1788 



The Lousiad : a heroi-comic poem, canto ii. 

Eighth edition. 

4to. London, 1788 

Lyric odes, for the year 1785. New edition. 

4to. London, 1786 



Seventh edition. 



4to. London, 1787 



Lyric odes to the Royal Academicians for 1782. 

4to. London. 1790 



More lyric odes to the Royal Academicians. 

4to. London, 1789 



— More money ! or, odes of instruction to Mr. 
Pitt. 

4to. London, 1792 

— Ode upon ode ; or, a peep at St. James's ; or. 



— A commiserating epistle to James Lowther, 
earl of Lonsdale. 

4to. London, 1791 

— A complimentary epistle to James Bruce, esq., 
the Abyssinian traveller. 

4to. London, 1790 



Expostulatory odes to a great duke and a little 

lord. 

4to. London, 1789 

Farewel odes for the year 1786. 

4to. London, 1788 

Instructions to a celebrated laureat : alias, the 

progress of curiosity : alias, a birthday ode : 
alias, Mr. Whitbread's brewhouse. i 

4to. London, 1790 1 



New- Year's day ; or, what you will. 

4to. London, 1789 

An apologetic postscript to Ode upon ode. 

4to. London, 1788 

Odes of importance, etc. 

4to. London, 1792 

Odes to Mr. Paine, author of ' Eights of man,' 

on the intended celebration of the downfall of 
the French empire by a set of British democrats 
on the 14th of July. 

4to. London, 1791 

Peter's pension, a solemn epistle to a sublime 

personage. 

4to. London, 1788 

Peter's prophecy ; or, the president and the 

poet ; or, an important epistle to Sir J. Banks on 
the approaching election of a president of the 
Royal Society. 

4to. London, 1788 

A poetical and congratulatory epistle to James 

Boswell, Esq., on his Journal of a tour to the 
Hebrides with the celebrated Dr. Johnson. 

. 4to. London, 1786 

Tenth edition. 

4to. London, 1789 



PINDAR— PINKERTON 



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PINDAR, Peter, pseud, i.e. John Wolcot. A 
poetical epistle to a falling minister : also, an 
imitation of the twelfth ode of Horace. 

4to. London, 1789 

A poetical, supplicating, modest and affecting 

epistle to those literary colossuses the reviewers. 

4to. London, 1789 



— The remonstrance : to which is added an ode to 
my ass : the magpie and robin, a tale : an apology 
for kings : and an address to my pamphlet. 

4to. London, 1791 



— The rights of kings ; or, loyal odes to disloyal 
Academicians. 

4to. London, 1791 



— Sir Joseph Banks and the emperor of Morocco : 
a tale. 

4to. London, 1788 

— Subjects for painters. 



4to. London, 1789 
PINDARICK Ode. See L. (W.) 

PINDEMONTE, Giovanni. Componimenti teatrali. 
4 vols, in 2. 8vo. Milan, 1804-5 

PINDEMONTI, Ippolito. 

&e Parnaso degl' Italiani viventi. Pisa, 1798- 
1803. 



Poesie. 



2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Parma, 1800 



• Saggio di poesie campestri. 

l6mo. Bodoni. Parma, 1788 

Printed on vclloni. 

■ Anninio, tragedia. 

8vo. FiladeJfia {Parma], \BOi 



PINDER, Ulrich. Speculum patientie [by U. 

Pinder] cum theologycis consolationibus [by 
Joannes de Tambaco]. 

4to. Nuremberg, 1509 

PINE, John. 

See Horatius Flaccus, Q. Opera. London, 
1733-37. 

The tapestry hangings of the House of Lords, 

representing the several engagements between the 
English and Spanish fleets, 1588, with portraits 
of the commandei-s, ten charts of the sea-coasts, 
and an historical account of each day's action. 

fol. London., 1739 
VOL. III. 



PINEDO, Thomas de. 

See Stephanas Byzantinus. De urbibus. Amster- 
dam, l678. 

PINELLI, MafFeo. 

See Harwood, E. Prospetto di varie edizioni 
degli autori classici. Venice, 1780. 
„ Morelli, J. Bibliotheca Maphaei Pinelli. 
Venice, 1787. 

Catalogue of the library of M. P : sold by 

auction March 2, 1789, and the 21 following 
days, etc. [With prices.] 

8vo. [London, 1789] 

PINELO, Antonio de Leon. Epitome de la biblio- 
theca Oriental y Occidental, nautica y geografica, 
anadido y enmendado nuevamente, en que se 
contiener los escritores de las Indias orientales 
y occidentals y reinos convecinos. 

3 vols. fol. Fr. Martinez Ahad. 
Madrid, 1737-38 

PINGERON, Jean Claude. 

See Sestini, D. Lettres ^crites A, ses amis. 
Paris, 1789. 

PINGRife, Alexandre Guy. 

See Delisle, J. N. Description de la ville de 
Peking. Paris, 1765. 
„ Manilius, M. Astronomicon. Paris, 1786. 



— Cometographie ou traite historique et th^orique 
des com^tes. 

2 vols. 4to. Paris, 1783-84 



Journal du voyage de M. le Marquis de Cour- 

tanvaux sur la frdgate I'Aurore, pour essayer, 
par ordre de Tacademie, plusieurs instrumens 
relatifs h. la longitude. 

4to. Paris, 1768 

Calf, with the arras of Louis xv. 

PINKERTON, John. 

See Barbour, J. The Bruce. London, 1790. 
,, Heron, R., pseud. 

,, Medallic history of England. London, 1790. 
,, Select Scottish ballads. London, 1783. 
,, Vitae antiquae sanctorum. London, 1789. 
„ Walpole, H. Walpoliana. London [1799]. 

An essay on medals. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1789 

The history of Scotland from the accession of 

the house of Stuart to that of Alary. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1797 



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PINKERTON, John. Iconographia Scotica; or, 
portraits of illustrious persons of Scotland. 

4to. Lmidon, 1797 



Literary correspondence. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1830 



Recherches sur I'origine et les divers etablisse- 

mens des Scythes ou Goths, servant d'introduc- 

tion k I'histoire de I'Europe : ouvrage traduit sur 

I'original anglois. 

8vo. Paris, 1804 

PINKERTON, Percy E. 

See Duentzer, A. The life of Schiller. London, 
1883. 

PINKNEY, Nathan. Travels through the south of 
France and in the interior of the provinces of 
Provence and Languedoc in the years 1807 and 

1808. 

4.to. London, 1809 

PINO, Bernardino. Delia nuova scielta di lettere 
di diversi nobilissimi huomini. Con un discorso 
della commodita dello scrivere. 

4 vols. 8vo. \_Aldus.'\ Venice, 1574 

PINSELET, Charles. 

See Martyre de fr^re Jacques Clement, etc. 
Paris, 1589. 

PINTO, Isaac de. 

See Traits de la circulation. Amsterdam, 1771. 

PINTO DE SOUSA, Jos6 Carlos. Bibliotheca 
historica de Portugal, e do Ultramar, na qual se 
contem varias historias deste reino, manuscriptas 
e impressas. 

8vo. Lisbon, 1797 

PIO, Giovanni Battista. 

See Lucretius Cams, T. De rerum natura. 

Bologna, 1511. , 

„ Plautus, T. M. Viginti comoediae. Milan, 

1500. 
„ Sidonius ApoUinaris, C. S. Epistolae. Milan, 

1498. 
„ „ „ Lucubrationes. 

Basle, 1542. 
„ Valerius Flaccus, C. Argonautica. [Bologna] 
1519, ek. 

PIOSSENS, le chevalier de. 

See M^moires de la r^gence de Mgr. le due 
d'Orl^ans. The Hague, 1729. 



PIOT, Guillaume Joseph Charles. 

See Eename Abbey. Cartulaire. Bruges, 1881. 

PIOZZI, Hester Lynch. 

See Johnson, S. Letters. London, 1788. 

Observations and reflections made in the course 

of a journey through France, Italy and Germany. 
2 vols. 8vo. Lmidon, 1789 

Retrospection ; or, a review of the most strik- 



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2 vols. 4to. London, 1801 

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PIEON, Alexis. 

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PITMAN, John Rogers. 

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8vo. London, 1779 



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PITT, William, of Wolverhampton. A topographi- 
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PITT, Right Hon. William. A corrected detail of 
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An authentic copy of the bill for the better 

support and maintenance of the poor, presented 
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Svo. London, 1797 



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PITT, William Morton. A plan for the extension 
and regulation of Sunday Schools. 

4to. London, 1789 

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Parts ii. and iii. 

2 parts in 1 vol. Svo. London, 1803 

PITTINGTON, Parish of. Churchwaidens' accounts 
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PIUS IV., Pope. Bulla super rcformatione tri- 
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PIUS IV., Pope. Motus proprius super parochialium 
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PIUS VI., Pope. 

See Lettres de notre saint p^re le pape. Bume, 
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PIUS VII., Pope. 

See Pieces historiques relatives k Pie VII. Paris, 
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Venerabilibus fratribus, archiepiscopis et epis- 



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PIUS IX., Pope. The Papal encyclical and syllabus, 
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8vo. London, 1875 

PIUS, Joannes Baptista. See Pio, G. B. 

PIZARRO, Francisco. 

For Life, see Helps, Sir A. London, 1869. 

P ***** KE, Lord. My lord of P[embro]ke's 
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PLACENTINIUS, Dionysius Gregorius. Epitome 
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PLACENTIUS, Joannes Leo. 
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PLACIDUS Parmensis. 

&; Bible, Latin. 0. T., Psalms. 1559. 

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PLAIN (A) account of the old and new stiles, in 

which their difference is deduced from clear 

principles. 

8vo. London, 1751 

and seasonable address to the freeholders of 

Great Britain on the present posture of affairs 
in America. 

8vo. London, 1766 

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fol. London, 1681 



PLAIN— PLAN 



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PLAIN English : humbly offered to the consideration 
of his majesty, and his great council, the lords 
and commons in parliament assembled. 

4to. London, I69O 

English, in a familiar conference betwixt three 

friends, Rusticus, Civis, and Veridicus, concern- 
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4to. London, 1673 



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8vo. London, 1807 



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12mo. London, 1776 

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Svo. London, 1761 

— reasoner. Wherein the present state of aflfairs 
are [sic] set in a new, but very obvious light ; 
the separate and connected interests of Great 
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part thereof being the copy of a letter sent from 
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PLAIN statement of the conduct. 
See Duke of York. 

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Svo. London, 1792 

PLAISTED, Bartholomew. A journal from Calcutta 
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PLAIX, C^sar de. 

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— (A) for the formation of a corps, which never 
has been raised as yet in any army in Europe ; 
in which corps singly shall be comprised all the 
.strength, activity, energy, and skill of four corps. 

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— general de Tojuvre des convulsions, avec des 
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4to. 1733 

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— (The) of an academy for the better cultivation, 
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sculpture, architecture, and the arts of design in 
general : abstract of a charter and introduction. 

4to. London, 1755 

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PLAN— PLATO 



PLAN (The) of the Literary and Philosophical 
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8vo. London, 1787 

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PLANCH^, James Robinson. 

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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1874 

A cyclopredia of costume or dictionary of 

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countries of Europe, from the commencement of 
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PLATFORME (The) of the Presbyterian govern- 
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graece e recensione H. Stephani. Edidit J. F. 
Fischer. 

8vo. Leipzig, 1774 



— Dialogi duo, Philebus ct Symposium, graece, 
e recensione H. Stephani. Edidit J. F. Fischer. 

8vo. Leipzig, 1776 

— Dialogi iv. Meno, Crito, Alcibiades uterque ~ 
cum animadversionibus vironim clarissimorum 
Gedike, etc. Curavit [J. E.] Biester. [Greek.] 

8vo. Berlin, 1780 

— Dialogi Selecti, cura L. F. Heindorfii. (Vol. i. 
Lysis, Charmides, Hippias Major, Phaedrus: 
Vol. ii. Gorgias, Theaetetus.) [Greek.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Berlin, 1802-5 



— Dialogi selecti de rebus divinis, graece et latine. 
[Edited by J. North.] Editio secunda. 

4to. Camhidge, 1683 

— Dialogi v. : recensuit, notisque illustravit 
N. Forster. [Greek and Latin.] 

8vo. Oxford, 1745 

— Editio tortia. 

8vo. Oxford, 1760 

Dialogi iii. (Alcibiades primus, sccundus ; 



Hipparchus) quibus praefiguntur Olympiodori 
vita Platonis et Albini in dialogos Platonis intro- 
ductio. Opera et studio G. EtvvjVLL. [Greek 
and Latin.] 

8vo. Oxfoi-d, 1771 

Euthydemus et Gorgias. Edidit M. J. RoUTH. 

[Greek and Latin.] 

8vo. Oxford, 1784 



— Apologia Socratis et Gorgias. Leonardo 
Aretino interprete. 

4to. [1480] 

— L dialoghi intitolati L'Eutifrone, L'Apologia 
di Socrate, II Ciitone, 11 Fedone, II Timeo; 
tradotti di lingua graeca in Italiana da M. 
Sebasti^vno Erizzo. 

8vo. Venice, 1574 

H 



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PLATO— PLAUTUS 



PLATO. (Single works.) 

Cratylus, sive de recta nominum ratione. 
[Greek.] 

4to. Th. Martin. Louvain, 1523 

Leges et Epinomis : ad optimorum librorum 

fidem emendavit et perpetua adnotatione illus- 
travit D. F. AsTius. 

2 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1814 

Menexenus, et Periclis Thucydidei oratio 

funebris; recensuitetillustravit J. C. Gottleber. 
[Greek.] 

8vo. Leipzig, 1782 

Meno [Greek. Appears to be a portion of a 

collected edition]. 

fol. [1550] 

Parmenides, sive de ideis et uno rerum omnium 

principio. Studio J. G. Thomson. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

8vo. Oxfm-(l, 1728 

Phaedo, sive dialogus de animae immortalitate, 

graece et latino. Versionem M. FiciNi emen- 
davit et commentationes adjecit J. H. Winicler. 

Svo. Leipzig, 1744 

De Republica. Versionem emendavit notasque 



adjecit E. Mas.sey. [Greek and Latin.] 

2 vols. Svo. Cambridge, 171.3 



— The Eepublic. Translated with introduction, 
analysis, marginal analysis, and index by B. 
JOWETT. Third edition. 

Svo. OxJm-(l, 1888 



— Dialoghi sopra la giustizia, tradotti dal padre 
Michelangelo Bonotto. 

2 vols, in 1. Svo. Venice, 1789 

— Convivium, aut de amore, colloquium morale. 
[Greek.] 

4to. Ch. IFechel. Paris, 1543 



— Platonis, Xenophontis, Plutarchi et Luciani 
Symposia. [Greek. Edited by H. Aldrich.] 

Svo. Oxfffrd, 1711 

— Timaeus, sive de natura dialogus. [Greek.] 

4to. Ch. JFechel. Paris, 1532 

— Ex Timaeo particula Ciceronis de universitate 
libro respondens : qui duo libri inter se conjuncti 
opere J. Perionii proferuntur. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

4to. Simon cles Colines. Paris, 1 540 



PLATO. Timaeus sive de universitate, interprete 
M. Tullio Cicerone et Chalcidio, una cum 
ejus docta explanatione. [Greek and Latin.] 

4to. Paris, 1579 

Chalcidii V. C. Timaeus translatus ; J. Meur- 

Sius recensuit, denuo edidit et notas addidit. 
[Latin.] 

4to. Leyden, 1617 

Platonis, Thucydidis et Demosthenis funebres 



orationes. [Greek.] 

Svo. Aldus. Venice, 1549 

PLATONIC (The) wife : a comedy. [By Elizabeth 
Griffith.] 

Svo. London, 1765 

PLATONISME (Le) devoil6, ou essai tonchant le 
verbe Platonicien. [By N. Souverain.] 

Svo. Cologne, 1700 

PLATT, Thomas Pell. 

See Bible, Amharic. N. T., Gospels. 

PLATTES, Gabriel. A discovery of subterraneall 
treasure, viz. of all manner of mines and 
mineralls from the gold to the coale, with 
directions for the finding, melting, and assaying 
of them, etc. 

4to. J. Okes for J. Emery. London, 1639 

PLAUTUS, Titus Maccius. 

See Collins, W. L. [Ancient classics for English 
readers.] 
„ Parens, J. P. Lexicon Plautinum. Haiuiu, 

1634.. 
,, Poetae Latini. Milan, 1731-65. 
„ Schoppe, 0. Suspectarum lectionum libri 
quinque. Amsterdam, 1664. 

Comoediae viginti. Edidit Georgius Merula 

Alexandrinus. 

fol. J. de Colonia and V. de Spira. 
Venice, 1472 



— Another edition. Ex recensione Georgii 
Merulae Alexandrini. 

fol. P. de Ferraria and D. de Bononia. 
Treviso, 1482 

— Another edition. Cum correctione et inter- 
pretatione Hermolai, Merulae, Politiani, et 
Beroaldi, et cum multis additionibus. 

fol. [U. Scinzenzeler. Milan, 1495] 



PLAUTUS 



1425 



PLAUTUS, Titus Maccius. Comoediae viginti. 
Cum interprotationo Petri Vallae et Ber- 

NARDI SaRACENI. 

fol. S. Bevilaqua. Venice, 1499 

Another edition. Cum interpretatione Jo. 

Bapt. Pii. 

fol. U. Scinzensekr. Milan, 1500 

Another edition. Ex antiquis recentioribusque 

exemplaribus invicem collatis diligentissime 
emendate. 

8vo. [Lyons] 1513 

Another edition. Nuper recognitae et acri 

judicio NiCOLAl Angelii diligentissime excussac. 
8vo. P. Giunhi. Florence, 1514 

Printed on vellum. 



Another edition. [Edited by F. Asulanus.] 
4to. Aldus. Venice, 1522 



Another edition. Authoris vita : argumenta 

et tralatio Graecarum dictionum. 

fol. R. Stephanus. Paris, 1530 

Another edition. A J. Camerario emen- 

datae, . . . opera J. Sambuci, aliquot C. Langii 
et aliorum observationes. 

l6mo. Plantin. Antwerp, 1566 

Another edition. Ex fide atque auctoritate 

complurium librorum manuscriptorum opera D. 
Lambini emendatus, etc. 

fol. Paris, 1576 

Red morocco, with the arms of LoniSnie de Brienne. 

Another edition. Ex recensione DousiCA. 

1 vol. in 2. 12mo. Fr. Raplielengius. 
Leyden, 1594 

Another edition. Cum iiotis, fragmentis, 

Pseudo-Plauti Querolo atque indico, curis J. P. 
Parei. 

4to. Neustadt an der Hardt, 1619 

- ■ Another edition. Ex recognitione Jani 

Gruteri : accedunt commentarii F. Taubmanni. 

4to. Zach. Schurer. [IFittenberfj] 1621 

Another edition. 

24mo. Elzevir. Amsterdam, 1652 

Another edition. Interpretatione et notis 

illustravit JACOBUS Operarius in usum Delphini. 
Fragmenta. 

2 vols. 4to. Paris, 1679 



PLAUTUS, Titus Maccius. Comoediae viginti. 
Accedit commentarius ex recensione J. F. 
Gronovii. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1684 

Another edition. Ad ultimam editionem J. 

F. Gronovii accuratissime expressa. 

12mo. Amsterdam, 1721 

Another edition. Ex optimis quibusque edi- 

tioiiibus, ac piaecipue F. Taubmanni diligentis- 
sime repraesentatae. [Edited by G. A. and G. 

VOLPI.] 

8vo. Padua, 1725 



Another edition. Curante J. P. Millero. 

3 vols. 8vo. Berlin, 1755 



— Another edition. [Edited by J. Capperon- 
nier.] 

3 vols. 12mo. Barhau. Paris, 1759 

— Another edition. Cum commentario, ex vari- 
orum notis et observationibus, ex recensione J. 
F. Gronovii, cum praefatione J. A. Ernesti. 

2 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1760 



Another edition. Ex editione J. F. Gronovii. 

3 vols. 8vo. Foidis. Glasgow, 1763 



— Another edition. Cum fragmentis ex editione 
Vulpiorum : quibus accessit Querolus, comoedia 
antiqui auctoris. 

2 vols. 8vo. Padua, 1764 



Another edition. Ex recensione J. A. VuLPll. 



Accedit novus index in quo rariora et obsoleta 
verba cxplicantur. Fragmenta. 

4 vols. 8vo. Venice, 1788 

— Another edition. Novissime recognitae et 
emendatae [by K. F. P. Brunck]. Fragmenta. 

3 vols. 8vo. Zweihriicken, 1788 

— Another edition. Ac deperditarum fragmenta, 
recensita a B. F. Schmieder, cum commentario. 

2 vols, in 3. 8vo. Guttingen, 1804 

— Another edition. Edidit F. H. Bothe. 

4 vols. 8vo. Berlin, n09-l\ 

— Another edition. Ex editione J. F. Gronovii, 
etc. [Valpy's D^jlphin Classics.] 

5 vols. 8vo. London, 1829 



1426 



PLAUTUS— PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS 



PLAUTUS, Titus Maccius. Comedies traduites en 

Frangois par Mile. Le Fevre. [Latin and French.] 

3 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1691 

Le commedie, volgarizzate da N. E. Angelio, 

col teste latino a dirimpetto. 

10 vols, in 5. 8vo. [Naples] 1783-84 

Traduction de la comedie intitulee Mostellaria, 

avec le textu revu. [By J. H. Dotteville] 

8vo. Versailles, 1803 

L'Aulularia, e il Soldato Glorioso : commedie 

tradotte. [Parnaso de' poeti classici, torn, xxi.] 

8vo. Venice, 1797 



Dicta Plautina. [Collected by B. ACCURSIUS.] 
[8vo. B. Accursitis. Milan, 1480] 



Fragmenta inedita, item ad P. Terentium com- 

mentationes et pictiirae ineditae. Inventore A. 
Maio. 

4to. Milan, 1815 

PLAYER, Sir Thomas. 

See Pilkington, Sir T. Tryal. London, l6S3. 

PLAYFAIR, James. A system of chronology. 

fol. Edinburgh, 1784 

PLAYFAIR, John. Illustrations of the Pluttonian 
theory of the earth. 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1802 

PLAYFAIR, William. For the use of the enemies 
of England : a real statement of the finances and 
resources of Great Britain, illustrated by two 
copper plate charts. 

8vo. London, 1796 

A general view of the actual force and resources 



of France in January 1 793. 



8vo. London, 1793 



— Inevitable consequences of a reform in Parlia- 
ment. 

8vo. London, 1792 

— An inquiry into the permanent causes of the 
decline and fall of powerful and wealthy nations. 

4to. London, 1805 

— Thoughts on the present state of French 
politics, and the necessity and policy of diminish- 
ing France ; to which is added that inestimable 
treatise on the defence of England by General 
Lloyd, a map of France, and a chart of the 
Channel. 

8vo. London, 1793 



PLAYHOUSE (The) scuffle ; or, passive obedience 
kickt off the stage, being a true relation of a 
new tragi-comedy as it was acted last week at 
the play-house in Drury Lane. 

12mo. London, 1710 



PLEA (A) for the king. 



4to. Oxford, 1642 



(The) of the six doctors examined. [In the 

matter of Dr. Pusey's sermon on the Eucharist, 
preached May 24, 1843.] 

8vo. Ojiford, 1843 

PLEADINGS and depositions in the duchy court of 
Lancaster, time of Henry vii. and Henry viii. 
Edited by Lieut.-Colonel H. FiSHWiCK. [Record 
Society, xxxiii., xxxv.] 

2 vols. 8vo. [Bochdak] 1 896-97 

PLEASANT (A) battle between two lap dogs of 
the Utopian court. 

fol. London, 168I 

(The) conceits of old Hobson, the Merry 

Londoner, l607. Edited by J. 0. Halliwell. 
[Percy Society, ix.] 

8vo. London. 1843 



PLETHO, Georgius Gemistus, surnamed. 
See Gemistus, G. 

PLEYDELL, J. C. An essay on field fortification ; 
intended for the use of officers of infantry ; with 
40 copper-plates. Translated from the German. 

8vo. London, 1768 

PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS, Caius. 

See Church, A. J. [Ancient classics for English 
readers.] 
„ Marquez, P. Delle ville di Plinio il giovane. 

Home, 1796. 
„ Panegyric! veteres. Paris, 1676, etc. 

Epistolae, Panegyricus ; liber de viris illustri- 



bus [attributed to Aurelius Victor]. 

4to. Mm-ehis. Venice [1490] 

— Epistolarum libri x., Panegyricus ; de viris 
illustribus : Suetonii Tranquilli de Claris gram- 
maticis et rhetorib. : Julii Obsequentis pro- 
digiorum liber. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1508 



— Another edition. Suetonii de claris gram- 
maticis, etc. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1518 



PLINIUS CAECTLIUS SECUNDUS 



urt 



PLINIUS CABCILIUS SECUNDUS, Caius. Epis- I PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS, Caius. Epis- 



tolarum libri x. Suetonii Tranquilli do Claris 
grammaticis, etc. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. B. Stepluinus. 
Paris, 1529-39 

Epistolarum libri x. et panegyricus. Accedunt 

variantes lectiones. 

12mo. Elsevir. Leyden, 1640 

Editio nova : M. Z. BoxHORNius recensuit 

et emendavit. 

12mo. /. aiul Dan. Elsevier. Leydcn, 1653 



■ Editio nova. 



l2mo. Elzevir. Amsterdam, 1659 

— Another edition. Curante J. P. MiLLEKO. 

8vo. Berlin, 1750 

— Another edition. Epistolae ex recensione 
Cortii et Longolii : Panegyricus ex editione 
T. Hearne. 

4to. Foulis. Glasgmv, 1751 



Another edition. 

3 vols. 12mo. Foulis. Glasgmv, 1751 



Another edition. Recensuit J. N. Lallemand. 
12mo. Barhou. Paris, 1769 



— Another edition. Ex recensione J. M. Gesneri 
cum notis. 

2 vols. 8vo. Venice, 1786 

— Another edition. Ex recensione et cum ad- 



notationibus J. M. Gesneri, quibus Heusingerii, 
Ernestii suasque notas addidit G. H. Schaefer. 

8vo. Leipzig, 1805 

— Epistolae. 



4to. [Chr. Valdarfar. Venice'] 1471 

Another edition. 
4to. [/. Schurener de Bopardia. Bomc, 1 474] 

Another edition. 

fol. M. Morams. Naples, 1476 

• Another edition. 

4to. Ph. Lavagna. Milan, 1478 

• Another edition. 

4to. Euch. Silber. Borne, 1490 



tolae. 



4to. [Venice, 1490] 



— Ad Tfcajanum epistole 46 nuper reperte cum 
ejusdem responsis. 

4to. /. dc Tridino alias Tacuinus. [Venice] 1502 

— Epistolae per P. Beroaldum correctae. 

4to. Benedicins Eectmis. Bologna, 1 504 



Epistolae. 



4to. [JDevenier, 1510] 



— Epistolarum libri x., notis [variorum] illustrati 
a J. Veenhusio. 

8vo. Leyden and Bolterdam, 1669 

— Another edition. Cum notis selectis [variorum] 
ex recensione G. Cortii et P. D. Longolii. 

4to. Amsterdam, 1734 

— Another edition. [Edited by H. HOMER.] 

8vo. London, 1790 



— Letters. [Translated] by W. Meljioth. Fifth 
edition. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1770 

— Epistole di G. Plinio, di F. Petrarca, del 
Signore Pico della Mirandola, ecc, tradotte per 
L. Dolce. 

8vo. G. Giolito de Feirari. Venice, 1548 

— Panegyricus liber Trajano dictus, cum notis 
D. Baudii. lis accedunt commentarius J. LiPSll, 
integrae notae J. LiviNAEi, etc. 

8vo. Leydcn, l675 

— Another edition. Cum notis integris [variorum], 
curante J. Arntzenio : accedit J. Masson vita 
Plinii. 

4to. Amsterdam, 1738 



Another edition. Recensuit C. G. Sciiwarzius. 
4to. Nuremherg, 1746 

■ Another edition. 

12mo. Paris, 1796 



— Panegirico a Trajano, tradotto da V. Alfieri. 
Seconda edizione. 

8vo. Paris, 1789 

— De viris illustribus Romanis. [Supposititious : 
sometimes ascribed to S. Aurelius Victor.] Sextus 
Rufus de Historia Romana. 

8vo. Sixtiis Riessinger. [Naples, 1475] 



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PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS— PLINIUS SECUNDUS 



PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS, Caius. De 

viris illustribus Romanis. 

4to. [/. F. de Lignamine. Rome, 1475] 



Another edition. 

4to. Apud S. Jacobum de Ripoli. 
Florence, 1478 



— Another edition. 

4to. {S. de Bopardia. Rome, 1480] 

— Another edition. Suetonii Tranquilli de claris 
grammaticis et rhetoribus liber: Julii Obsequentis 
prodigiorum liber imperfectus. 

8vo. Mauricius de Porta. Paris, 1 543 

— II libro degli huomini illustri, ridotto in lingua 



volgare : le vite d'Alessandro, di M. Antonio, 
di Catone Uticese, di Cesare, e d'Ottaviano 
aggiuntevi per D. Atanagi. I costumi di Cesare 
ne fatti di guerra raccolti da varii scrittori. 
Espositione de I'Atanagio sopra le voci e cose 
difficile. 

8vo. B. and G. B. Guerra. Venice, 1562 

PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Caius. 

See Guilandinus, M. Papyrus. Venice, 1572. 

-^ Historia naturalis. 

fol. /. de Spire. Venice, 1469 



Another edition. 

fol. Stveyiiheym and Pannartz. Rome, 1 470 

Printed on vellum. 



Another edition. 

fol. N. Jenson. Venice, 1472 

Another edition. 

fol. Sweynheym and Pannartz. Rome, 14:73 

■ Another edition. 

fol. M. Manzoli. Tremso, 147.9 

■ Another edition. 

fol. A. Pmiilia. Parma, 1480 



Another edition. 



2 vols. Sa'o. [Lyons] 1510 



Another edition. [With an index volume.] 

4 vols. 8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1535-38 

Another edition. 

3 vols. 8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1536-40 



PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Caius. Historia naturalis. 
A Paulo Manutio multis in locis emendata. Cum 
indice plenissimo. 

fol. Aldus. Venice, 1558-59 

Another edition. [Edited by J. DE Laet.] 

3 vols. 12mo. Elzevir. Leyden, 1635 

Another edition. Cum commentariis et 

adnotationibus variorum. Accedunt praeterea 
variae lectiones, item J. F. Gronovii notarum 
liber, etc. 

3 vols. 8vo. Leyden, I669 



Another edition. Edidit J. Harduinus in 



usum Delphini. 



5 vols. 4to. Paris, 1685 



— Another edition. Edidit J. Harduinus : 
editio altera emeudatior et auctior. 

2 vols, in 3. fol. Paris, 1723 



Another edition. Accedit Chrestomathia 



indicibus aliquot copiosissimis exposita, curante 

J. P. MiLLERO. 

5 vols. 8vo. Berlin, 1766 

— Another edition. Recensuit et notis illus- 
travit G. Brotier. 

6 vols. • 12mo. Barbou. Pam, 1779 

— Another edition. Ex recognitione JoANNiS 
Harduini et Gabrieus Broterii. 

8 vols. 8vo. Venice, 1784-85 

— Another edition. Ex editione G. Brotier. 
[Valpy's Delphin Classics.] 

13 vols. 8vo. Lmdon, 1826 

— Natural history. Translated and noted by 
J. Bostock and H. T. Riley. 

6 vols. 8vo. London, 1855-57 

— Histoire naturelle. Traduite en Francois, avec 

le texte Latin. 

12 vols. 4to. Paris, 1771-82 

— Histoire de la peinture ancienne : extraite de 
I'Histoire Naturelle, liv. xxxv. : avec le texte 
latin. 

fol. London, 1725 

— Histoire naturelle des animaux : traduction 
nouvelle, avec le texte en regard par P. C. B. 
GuiROULT. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1802 



PLINIUS SECUNDUS— PLUMMER 



1429 



PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Caius. Historia Naturale, 
tradocta di lingua Latina in Fiorentina per 
C. Landing. 

fol. N. Jenson. Fenice, 1476 

Printed on vellura. 

Historia naturale, tradotta per L. Domenichi. 

■Ito. Alessandro GrriJ/io. Fenice, 1580 

PLITT, Gustav Leopold. 

See Herzog, J. J. Keal Encyklopadie. Leipzig, 
1877-88. 
„ „ A religious encyclopaedia. 

Edinburgh, 188.'i-84. 

PLOT, Robert. 

See History and antiquities of Glastonbury. 

Oxford, 1722. 



The natural history of Oxfordshire. 

fol. Oxfard, 1677 



The natural history of Staffordshire. 

fol. Oxford, 1686 

PLOTINUS. Operum philosophicorum omnium 
lib. Liv., cum Latina M. FiciNi interpretatione et 
commentatione. [Greek and Latin.] 

fol. Basle, 1580 

Liber de pulcritudine. Accedunt anecdota 

graeca : Procli disputatio de unitate et pulcritu- 
dine, Nicephori Nathanaelis antitheticus adversus 
Plotinum do anima, itemque lectiones Platonicae. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

8vo. Heidelberg, 1811. 

Opera, a M. Ficino latine reddita. 

1 vol. in 2. fol. J. Miscominus. 
Florence, 14y2 

Printed on veUum. 

Five books, on felicity, on tlie nature and 

origin of evil, on providence, on nature, con- 
templation and the one, and on the descent of 
the soul. Translated by T. Taylor. 

8vo. London, 1794 

PLOWDEN, Francis. 

See Investigation of the native rights. London, 
1784. 
„ Newburgh, J. B. R., earl of. The case of the 
earl of Newburgh. London, 1783. 

The case stated : occasioned by the act of 

Parliament lately passed for the relief of the 
English Koman Catholics. 

8vo. London, 1791 



PLOWDEN, Francis. An historical review of the 
state of Ireland from the invasion of that country 
under Henry II. to its union with Great Britain. 
2 vols, in 3. 4to. London, 1803 

The history of Ireland, from its invasion under 

Henry ii. to its union with Great Britain. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1809 

Impartial thoughts upon the beneficial conse- 



quences of inrolling all deeds, wills and codicils 
affecting lands, throughout England and Wales. 

8vo. London, 1789 

PLOWDEN, Pilgrim, pseud. Farrago. 

8vo. London, 1733 

PLOWDEN, Walter Chichele. Travels in Abyssinia 
and the Galla country ; with an account of a 
mission to Eas Ali in 1848. Edited by T. C. 

Plowden. 

8vo. London, 1868 

PLOWMAN, Pierce. 

See Langland, W. The vision. London, 1550, etc. 



PLUCHE, Noel Antoine. 

See Histoire du ciel. Paris, 1 748. 



La m6canique des langues et I'art de les 

enscigner. 

12mo. Paris, 1751 

PLUMMER, Alfred. 

See Doellinger, J. J. I. von. Prophecies and the 
prophetic spirit. Loiulon, IS73. 
„ Expositor's Bible. Pastoral epistles. 
„ „ ,, James and Jude. 



— A critical and exegetical commentary on the 
Gospel according to S. Luke. [International 
Critical Commentary.] 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1896 



PLUMMER, Charles. 

See Elizabethan Oxford. [Oxford Historical 
Society.] 

PLUMMER, John. Songs of labour, Northampton- 
shire rambles and other poems. 

12mo. London, I860 



1430 



PLUMPTON— PLUTARCH 



PLUMPTON correspondence. A series of letters, 
chiefly domestick, written in the reigns of 
Edward iv., Kichard iii., Henry vii. and Henry 
vm. Edited by T. Stapleton, from Sir Edward 
Phimpton's Book of Letters ; with notices his- 
torical and biographical of the family of Plump- 
ton of Plumpton, com. Ebor. [Camden Society, 
iv.J 

4to. London, 1839 

PLUMPTRE, Charles Edward. 

Sec General sketch of . . . pantheism. London, 
1878-79. 

PLUMPTRE, Edward Hayes. 

See Sophocles. Tragedies. London, 1865. 

A 'popular exposition of the epistles to the 



seven Churches of Asia. 



12mo. London, 1877 



The spirits in prison and other studies on the 

life after death. 

8vo. London, 1884' 

PLUMPTRE, Huntingdon. Epigrammaton opus- 
culum duobus libellis distinctum. 

8vo. Thomas Harper. London, 1629 

PLUNKET, OUver. 

See Fitz-Harris, E. Tryal and condemnation. 
London, 1681. 

PLUNKETT, Edward, Lord Dimsany. 
See Dunsany, E. P., Lord. 

PLUQUET, Francois Andrd Adrian. 

See Examen du fatalisme. Pans, 1757. 



Pe la sociabilite. 



2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1767 



PLUQUET, Fr^ddric. 

See Wace, R. Le roman de Eou. Rouen, 1827. 

Notice sur la vie et les Merits de Kobert Wace, 



poete Normand du 1 2' siecle : suivie de citations 
ertraites de ses ouvrages. 

8vo. Rouen, 1824 

PLUSCARDEN, Book of. 
See Liber Pluscardensis, 

PLUTARCH. 

.Sw Apophthegmata Graeca. [Paris] 1568. 
„ Arrian, F. Periplus. Basle, 1533 (for De 
fluminibus, etc.). 



PLUTARCH. 

See Cebes. Tabula. [Venice, 1500] (for De 

institutione puerorum). 
,, Censorinus. De die natali. Bologna, 1497 

(for De invidia et Odio). 
,, Demosthenes. Orationes. Venice, 1504. 
,, Libelli aliquot formandis. [Genera'] 1581. 
,, Lucian. [Two or more works, Greek.] 

Divers traites. Paris, 1788. 
,, Plato. Symposia. Oxford, 1711. 
,, Polybius. Del modo dell' accampare. 

Florence, 1552. 
,, Stobaeus, J. Dicta poetarum. Paris, 1623 

(for Quomodo Adolescens Poemata aiidire 

debeat). 
„ Vergerius, P. P. De ingenuis moribus ac 

liberalibus studiis. Brescia, 1485. 
„ Vies des hommes illustres. Paris, 1784. 



(Works.) 

Quae supersunt omnia. Cum adnotationibus 



variorum adjectaque lectionis diversitate. Opera 
J. Ct. Hutten. [Greek.] 

11 vols. 8vo. Tubingen, 1791-98 

— Opera omnia, cum Latina interpretatione. 
[Edited by H. Estienne. Greek and Latin.] 

13 vols. Svo. H. Stephanus. [Paris] 1572 

— Another edition. Accedit nunc primum 
Plutarchi vita, etc. Edidit J. Rualdus. 

2 vols, in 4. fol. Paris, 1624 

— Another edition. Principibus ex editionibus 
castigavit, virorumque doctorum suisque anno- 
tationibus instruxit J. J. Eeiske. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

12 vols. 8vo. Leip:iij, 1774-82 



— (Euvres, traduites du Grec par J. Amyot. 

15 vols. 4to. Paris, 1784 

— (Two or more works.) 

Opuscula Ixxxxii. , sive moralia opera. [Greek. ] 
fol. Aldus. Venice, 1509 

— Moralia, id est opera, exceptis vitis, reliqua. 
Recensuit D. Wyttenbach. [Greek and Latin.] 

7 vols. 4to. Oxford, 1795-1810 

— Another edition. Edidit D. Wyttenbach. 
Vol. i. [No more published.] 

1 vol. in 2. Svo. Leipzig, 1796-99 



PLUTARCH 



1431 



PLUTARCH. The philosophic, commonly called 
the Morals. Translated out of Greeke into 
English and conferred with the Latine trans- 
lations and the French by P. Holland. 

fol. Arnold Hatfield. London, l603 

Morals. Translated by several hands; corrected 

and revised by W. W. Goodwin, with an intro- 
duction by E. W. Emerson. 

5 vols. 8vo. Boston, U.S.A., 1871 

Les ccuvres morales et meslees, translat^es 

du Grec en Fran9ois. [By Jacques Asiyot.] 
Seconde edition. 

7 vols. 8vo. Fascosan. Paris, 157* 

Qiuvres morales. Traduites en fran9ois par 

M. I'Abb^ Ricard. 

17 vols. 12mo. Pan's, 178.3-9.") 

Opiiscoli morali, tradotti in Italiana. 

5 vols. 4to. Borne, 17.90 

De virtute et vitio. De fortuna. Quem ad 

modum oporteat Adulescentem poemata audire. 
[Greek. Edited by G. Aleandro.] 

4to. E. Gourmont. Paris, 1509 

De curiositate. Idem de Nugacitatc. Inter- 

prete Joanne Laurentio Veneto. 

4to. Rome, 1524. 

De puerorum educatione et de audiendis poetis : 

Isocratis orationes tres : Hesiodi opera et 
Theognidis sententiae, Graece : recensuit Chr. 
Kretschmae. 

8vo. Leipzig, 1776 



— Apophthegmata regum et impcratorum, 
apophthcgmata Laconica, autiqua Lacedaemoni- 
orum instituta, apophthegmata Lacaenarum. 
[Greek and Latin. Edited by M. Maittaire.] 

4to. Lcmdon, 1741 

— Apophthegmata Regum et Imperatorum, and 
Apophthegmata Laconica. Translated into Latin 
by F. Filelfo. 

4to. V. de Spira. [F«mce] 1471 

— Another edition. 

4to. [Pr. of first Horace. Venice, 1 47 1 ] 

— Apoftemmi, motti argiiti piacevoli e sentenze 
notabili, tradotti in lingua Toscana per G. B. 

GUALANDI. 

4to. G. Giolito de' Ferrari. Venice, 1 567 

VOL. III. 



PLUTARCH. (Single works.; 

De amicitia fraterna; LUDOVico Russardo 
juris consult© interprete. 

8vo. Paris, 1559 

Libellus de Avaritia, per eximium R. Pac.eum 



invictissimi regis Anglian oratorem elegantissime 
versus. 

4to. Rome, 1522 



— De educatione liberorum liber : accedunt bina 
ejusdem et Marcelli Sidetae medici fragmenta : 
Graece. Recensuit J. G. Schneider. 

8vo. Stra^lmrg, 1775 



— De liberis educandis, Latine. [Translated by 
Guarinus Veronensis.] 

4to. /. Britannicus. Brescia, 1485 

— De Iside et Osiride liber, Graece et Anglice, 
recensuit, commentario auxit, versionem adjecit 
S. Squire. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1744 

— De virtute morali. [Greek and Latin.] Cum 
commentariis A. H. Ducis. 

fol. Naples, 1526 



— De viitutibus mulierum. Ranutio interprete. 

4to. B. de Bononis. Brescia, 1485 

— Liber quomodo juveni audienda sint poemata, 
cum interpretatione Latina HuGONis Grotii ; 
variantes lectiones et notas adjecit J. Potter. 
[Greek and Latin.] Editio altera. 

8vo. Glasgow, 1753 

— Dicteriae, e Graeco in Latinum per Fr. Philel- 
PHUM traductae. Petrarchae de vera sapientia 
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fol. [Ketelaer and de Leempt. Utrecht, 14-73] 



— Vitae parallelae Romanorum et Graecorum xlix. 
[Greek.] 

fol. P. Junta. Florence, 1517 

— Another edition. [Greek. Edited by F. 

ASULANUS.] 

fol. Aldus. Venice, 1519 

— Another edition. [Greek.] 

fol. Froben. Bask, 1560 

— Vltae parallelae cum singulis aliquot, graece et 
latine. Recensuit A. Bryan us. 

5 vols. 4to. London, 1724-29 
N 



1432 



PLUTARCH— POCOCK 



PLUTARCH. Vitae parallelae, a diversis interpreti- 
bus latinae factae, a J. A. Campano coUectae et 
editae. 

2 vols. fol. Ul. Han. Borne [1470] 

Another edition. 

2 vols. fol. E. Printer. [Strashurg, 1470] 

Another edition. 

2 vols. fol. N. Jenson. Venice, 1478 

Graecorum Eomanorumque illustrium vitae. 

Latine. 

fol. M. Isingrin. Basle, 1542 

Brown calf, richly gilt. Bound for Thomas Wotton. 

Lives. Translated, with notes, and a life of 

Plutarch, by J. and W. Langhorne. 

6 vols. 8vo. London, 1792 

Lives. The translation called Dryden's, re- 
vised by A. H. Clough. 

5 vols. 8vo. London, 1874 

Les vies des hommes illustres Grecs et 

Romains: translatees par J. Amyot; troisifeme 
edition. Avec les vies de Hannibal et Scipion, 
traduittes par C. de l'Ecluse. 

7 vols, in 6. Fascosan. Paris, 1567 

Les vies des hommes illustres. Traduites du 

grec par D. Ricard. 

12 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1798-1803 

La prima parte delle vite traducte de latino in 



vulgare par B. A. Jaconello. [No more pub- 
lished.] 

fol. Adam de Bottvil. Aqidla, \iS2 

— Vite de gli huomini illustri Greci et Romani, 
tradotte per L. Domeniciii et altri. 

2 vols. 4to. G. Giolito. Venice, 1567 



Le vite, volgarizzate da G. Pompei. 

5 vols. 4to. Verona, llli 



PLUVINEL, Antoine de. L'Instruction du roy en 
I'exercice de monter k cheval. 

fol. Paris, 1629 

PLYMLEY, Peter, pseud, i.e. Sydney Smith. Two 
letters on the subject of the Catholics, to my 
brother Abraham, who lives in the country. 
Third edition. 

8vo. London, 1807 

Three more letters on the subject of the Catho- 



— Demosthenis et Ciccronis vitae parallelae, nunc 
piimura separatim editae. Graeca recensuit, 
Latine reddidit, notis illustravit P. Barton. 

8vo. Oj-ford, 1744 



— Vitarum parallelarum delectus. [Greek and [ 
Latin.] 

6 vols, in 3. 8vo. BuUin, 1761-62 ' 



lies, to my brother Abraham, who lives in the 
country. Second edition. 

8vo. London, 1807 

Letters on the subject of the Catholics to my 

brother Abraham who lives in the country. 
[This edition contains five more letters than are 
printed in the two preceding editions.] Eleventh 
edition. 

8vo. Londmi, 1808 

POCOCK, Edwaxd. 

See Eutychius. Contextio gemmarum. Oxford, 
1608-59. 

,, Gregory, A. A. Historia dynastiarum. Ox- 
ford, 166s. 

„ Jaafar, A. Philosophus autodidactus. Oxford, 
1671. 

„ Maimonides, M. Porta Mosis. Oxford, 1655. 

Specimen historiae Arabum. Accessit historia 

veterum Arabum ex Abu'l Feda ; cura Antonii L 
Sylvestre de Sacy. Edidit J. White. 

4to. Oxfm-d, 1806 

Theological works, to which is prefixed an 

account of his life and writings, by L. Twells. 
2 vols. fol. London, 1740 

POCOCK, Nicholas. 

See Burnet, G. History of the Reformation. 
Oxfm-d, 1865. 
„ Hammond, H. Theological works. Oxfmxl, 

1847-50. 
„ Harpsfield, N. Treatise on the pretended 

divorce. [Camden Society.] 
„ Troubles connected with the Prayer Book. 
[Camden Society.] 

POCOCK, Robert. The history of the towns of 
Gravesend and Milton, Kent. 

4to. Gravesend, 1797 

Memorials of the family of Tufton, earls of 

Thanet, deduced from various sources of 
authentic information. 

8vo. Gravesend, 1800 



POCOCKE— POETAE 



1433 



POCOCKE, Richard, Bishop of Meath. A descrip- 
tion of the East and some other countries. 
Vol. I. Observations on Egypt. Vol. Ii. Observ- 
ations on Palaestine, Syria, Mesopotamia, the 
islands of the Archipelago, Asia Minor, etc. 

2 vols, in 3. fol. London, 1743-4,") 

Tours in Scotland, 1747-60. Edited, with a 



biographical sketch of the author, by D. W. 
Kemp. [Scottish History Society, i.] 

8vo. Edinl/unjh, 18S7 

The travels through England of Dr. R. Pococke. 

Edited by J. J. Cartwright. [Camden Society, 
N. S., xlii., xliv.] 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1888-89 

PODMORE, Frank. 

Sec Gurney, E. Phantasms of the living. London, 
1886. 

POELLNITZ, Carl Ludwig, baron von. 

See Amusemens des eaux d'Aix-la-Chapelle. 
Amsterdam, 1 736. 
„ Amusemens des eaux de Spa. Amsterdum, 

1734. 
„ Histoire secrette de la duchesse d'Hanover. 
London, 1732. 

Nouveaiix memoires, contenant I'histoire de sa 



vie et la relation de ses premiers voyages. 

2 vols. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1737 

POEM (A) on the times of Edward ii., from a 
manuscript, preserved in the Library of St. 
Peter's College, Cambridge. Edited by C. 
Hardwick. [Percy Society, xxviii.] 

8vo. London, 1849 

POEMATA didascalica nunc primum vel edita, vel 
collecta. [By F. Oudin.] 

3 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1749 

didascalica primum vel edita vel collecta 

studiis Fr. Oudin, emendata a Josepho Oliveto. 
Secunda editio. 

3 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1813 



POEMS. [By Anne Penny.] 



4to. London, 1780 



— and songs relating to George Villiers, Duke of 
Buckingham, and his assassination by John 
Felton, August 23, 1628. Edited, with an intro- 
duction and notes, by F. \V. Fairholt. [Percy 
Society, xxix. 

8vo. London, 1850 



POEMS by a father and a daughter, containing 
memorials of eminent characters and events. 
[By J. A. and — Prowett.] 

12mo. London, 184.5 

by two brothers. See Tennyson, A. and C. 



— elegies, paradoxes, and sonets. [By Henry 
King, Bishop of Chichester.] 

8vo. London, l664 

— in English and Latin on the archers and royal 

company of ai'chers, by several hands. 

I2mo. Edinburgh, 1726 

— on affairs of st;ite from the time of Oliver 



Cromwell to the abdication of K. James ii. 
Written by the greatest ■vvits of the age. Sixth 
edition. [Vol. i. only.] 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1709-10 

POESIE pastorali e rusticali, raccolte cd illustrate 
da GiULio Ferrario. 

8vo. Milan, 1808 

POESIS philosophica, vel saltern reliquiae poesis 
philosophicae, Empedoclis, Xenophanis, Timonis, 
Parmenidis, Cleanthis, Epicharmi, Orphei car- 
mina : Heracliti et Democriti loci quidam. 
[Edited by H. Estienne.] 

8vo. H. Stephamis. [Geneva'] \ SIS 

POETAE Christiani Veteres. Prudentius, Prosperus, 
Joannes Damascenus, Cosma, Theophanes, etc. 

3 vols. 4to. Aldus. Venice, 1501-4 

Another edition. 

8vo. [G. Euyon. Lyons, 1520] 

Graeci. Poetae Graeci principes heroici car- 
minis, et alii nonnulli : Homerus, Hesiodus, 
Orpheus, Callimachus, Aratus, Nicander, Theo- 
critus, Moschus, Bion, Dionysius, Coluthus, 
Tryphiodorus, Musaeus, Theognis, Phocylides, 
Pythagorae aurea carmina : fragmenta aliorum. 

[Greek.] 

fol. II. StepJianus. [Paris] 1566 

Another edition. [Homer to Pythagoras, as in 

1566 edition. In addition Apollonius Khodius, 
Oppianus,Cointus Smyrnacus,Nonni Dionysiaca.] 
Edidit Jac. Lectius. [Greek and Latin.] 

2 vols. fol. Geneva, l606 

Poetae Graeci veteres, tragici, comici, lyrici, 

epigrammatarii. [Edited by P. DE LA Roviere.] 
2 vols. fol. Geneva, i6l4i 



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POETAE— PONTES 



POETAE Graeci. To, aco^o/xera T<J)V lAtyeiaKwi' Kai 
Tivuiv Thiv XvpiKmv woiijTwv : Kal cr^dAia TU'a. 

8vo. O:rford, 1759 

Selecta ex Homero, Hesiodo et aliis poetis 

Graecis, Gr. et Lat., in usum regiae scholae 
Etonensis. 

8vo. Eto7i, 1755 

Another edition. 

8vo. Eton, 1762 

Poetae Graeci Christiaiu, una cum Homericis 

centonibus, ex SS. Patrum operibus collecti. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

8vo. Paris, I60.Q 

Graeci minores. Theocriti, Simmiae, Moschi, 

et Bionis eidyllia et epigrammata, cum MuSAEi 
poemario. [Greek and Latin.] 

8vo. Paris, 1627 

Theognidis, Phocylidis, Pythagorae, Solonis, 



aliorumque veterum poemata gnomica. [Greek 
and Latin.] 

8vo. Paris, 1627 

— Poetae minores Graeci. [Hesiodus, Theocritus, 
Moschus, Bion, Simmias, Musaeus, Theognis, 
etc.] Accedunt observationes R. Wintertoni 
in Hesiodum. [Greek and Latin.] 

12mo. Cambridge, 1652 

— Another edition. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1684 

— Poetae minores Graeci selecti et emendati, 
scilicet, Hesiodus, Theocritus, Moschus, Bion, 
Musaeus, Theognis, Phocylides, Pythagoras. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

8vo. London, 173.9 

— Poetae minores Graeci praeciptia lectionis 
varietate et indicibus locuplctissimis instruxit 
T. Gaisford. [Greek.] 

3 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1814-20 

— Latini. Opera et fragmenta veterum poetarum 
Latinorum, profanorum et ecclesiasticorum. 
[Edited by M. Maittaire.] 

2 vols, in 3. fol. London, 1713 

— Corpus omnium veterum poetarum Latinorum 
cum Italica versionc : Statins [4 vols.], Virgilius 
[3 vols.], Horatius [2 vols.], Phaedrus and Cor- 
nelius Severus, Claudianus [3 vols.], Valerius 
Flaccus [2 vols.], Manilius and Persius [2 vols.], 
Juvenalis and Terentius [2 vols.], Catullus and 



Tibullus, Propertius, Ovidius [9 vols, in 10], 
Plautus, Silius Italicus [3 vols.]. [Edited by G. 
R. Malatesta.] 

35 vols, in 36. 4to. Milan, 1731-65 

POETAE Latini Minores. Gratii Falisci Cynegeti- 
con ; M. Aurelii Olympii Nemesiani Cynegeticon 
et Eclogae iv. : T. Calpurnii Siculi Eclogae vii. : 
C. Rutilii Numatiani Iter : Q. Serenas Samonicus 
de medicina : Vindicianus sive Marcellus de 
medicina : Q. Rhemnius Fannius Palaemon de 
ponderibus : et Sulpiciae satyra, cum notis, 
curante P. Burmanno. 

2 vols. 4to. Leyden, 1731 

Another edition. Ex editione P. Buemanni. 

8vo. Foulis. Glasgow, 1752 

Poetae Latini minores ; curavit J. C. Werns- 

DORF. Tom. i., Gratii Falisci, M. Aur. Olympii 
Nemesiani, D. Magni Ausonii aliorumque de 
venatione aucupio et piscatu carmina et frag- 
menta : torn, ii., Bucolica et idyllia T. Calpurnii 
Siculi, A. Septimii Sereni, D. M. Ausonii, Severi 
Sancti, P. Optatiani Porphyrii : torn, iii., Satyrici 
minores, elegiac et lyrica variorum : torn, iv., 
Carmina heroica de diis et hominibus rebusque 
illustribus tenens : tom. v., Carmina geographica : 
torn, vi., Carmina de re hortensi et villatica item 
amatoria et ludiera complectens. 

6 vols, in 8. 8vo. AUenburg aiid Helmstadt, 

1780-94 



Poetae tres elegantissimi, emendati et aucti. 

Michael Marullus, Hieronymus Angerianus, 
Joannes Secundixs. [Edited by L. Martellus.] 

l6mo. Paris, 1582 

POETARUM Scotorum musae sacrae, sive Arcturi 
Jonstoni Psalmorum, Cantici Salomonis, etc., 
paraphrasis poetica, J. Kerri Cantici paraphrasis, 
R. Bodii ad Christum servatorem hecatombe. 
Decupla sive Psalmi civ. decem paraphrases, et 
G. Eglisemmii poeticum duellum. Recensuit 

GULIELMUS LaUDERUS. 

2 parts in 1. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1739 

veterum ecclesiasticorum opera Christiana, et 

opernm reliquiae atque fragmenta. Cum com- 
mentariis G. Fabricii. 

2 vols, in I. 4to. P. Oporinus. Basle, 1564 

POfjTES (Les) Francois depuis le xii. si6cle jusqu'a 
Malherbe. [Edited by P. R. Anguis.] 

6 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1824 



POETICAL— POGGIUS 



1485 



POETICAL (A) and philosophical essay on the 
French Revohition, Addressed to the right hon. 
Edmund Burke. [By John Couutknay.] 

4to. Lmdon, 1793 

miscellanies. Consisting of original poems and 

translations by the best hands. Publi.shed by 
Mr. Steele. 

12mo. London, 171 !■ 

miscellanies, from a manuscript collection of 

the time of James the first. Edited by J. 0. 
Halliwell. [Percy Society, xv.] 

8vo. London, 1845 



(The) register and repository of fugitive poetry 

for ISO 1-1 805. 

5 vols. 8vo. London, 1802-7 

POETEIARUM octo, Erinnae, Myrus, Myrtidis, 
Corinnae, Telesillae, Praxillae, Nossidis, Anytac, 
fragmenta et elogia, Graece et Latine, cum 
virorum doctorum notis. Accedit G. Olearii 
dissertatio de poetriis Graecis, cura et studio 
J. C. WoLFii. [Afterwards issued with a col- 
lective title-page (1735) as Part 2 of Novem 
illustrium foeminarum fragmenta et elogia.] 

4to. Hamburg, n.'M 

POGATSCHER, Alois. Zur Lautlehre der griech- 
ischen, lateinischen und romanischen Lehnworte 
im Altenglischen. [Quellen und Forschungen, 
Ixiv.] 

8vo. Strashurg, 1888 
POGGI, A. C. de. 

See Relation historique de rimportante sortie, 
etc. London, 17y.3. 

A narrative of the proceedings of his majesty's 

fleet, under Earl Howe, from 2 May to 2 June 
1794. 

4to. London, 1796 

POGGIALI, Cristoforo. jNlemoric per la storia 
letteraria di Piacenza. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. Piacenza, 1789 

POGGIALI, Gaetano Domenico. 

See Marini, G. B. L'Adone. London, 1789. 
„ Novelle di alcune autori Fiorentini. Lmidon, 

1795. 
„ Novelle di autori Senesi. London, 1796-98. 
,, Parabosco, G. I diporti. London, 1795. 
„ Sacchetti, F. Novelle. London, 1795. 

Serie de' testi di lingua stampati che si citano 



nel vocabolario degli Accademia della Crusca, 
posseduta da G. Poggiali. 

2 vols. 8vo. lycghorn, 1 8 1 .9 



POGGLAjgi, Giulio. 

See John Chrysostom. De virginitate liber. 

Roiw, 15()2. 

POGGIO Bracciolini. 

For Life, sre Shepherd, W. Liverpool, 1802. 
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Opera. 



fol. [/. Schott. SUrasharg] 1513 



De nobilitate. 



4to. [Piome, 1480] 



— F'acetiae. 

4to. [Monast. S. Eusebii. Rome, 1472] 

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fol. [F. Creiisner. Nureinbtrg, 1476] 

— Another edition. 

fol. [y/. Kohurger. Nuremberg, 1480] 

— Another edition. 

2 vols. 12mo. Lmidon, 1798 

— Historia Florentina, notis et vita illustrata ab 
I. B. Recanato. 

4to. Venice, 1715 

— Historia Fiorentiua, tradocta in lingua Toscana 
da Jacopo suo figluolo. '■' 

fol. Burtholonueus. Florence, 1492 

— Historiae de varietate fortnnae libri iv. : acce- 



dunt epistolae Ivii. : omnia a J. 0. Rhodigino 

4to. Paris, 1723 



vulgata 



Poggiana ou la vie, le caract&re, les sentences 

et les bons mots de Pogge, avec son histoire de 
la republique de Florence et un suppldment. 
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2 vols. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1720 

POGGIO, Jacopo. Sopra il triomfo della fama di 
Messer Francesco Petrarcha. 

4to. [Rome, 1476] 



Another edition 

4to. Fr. Bonaccorsi. Florence, 1485 



POGGIUS, Johannes Franciscus. Epistola ad 
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4to. {Besicken. Rome, 1498] 



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POINCY— POLE 



n n 



j» jj 



»j )) 



POINCY, Louis de. 

See Histoire naturelle et morale des iles Antilles. 
Londm, 1666, ffc. 

POINSINET, Antoine Alexandre Henri. 

See Theatre Fran^ais. Vol. xxiii. Paris, 1804. 
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1784.. 
,, Opera, torn. iv. Paris, 

1787. 
,, Th. Ital. comedies lyri- 

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Theatre, ou recueil de comedies et op^ra- 

comiques. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1767 

POINSINET DE SIVRY, Louis. 

See Aristophanes. Theatre. Paris, 1790. 
,, Th6§,tre Frangais. Vol. xxiv. Paris, ISI9. 

POINTIS, Jean Bernard Desjeans, sieur de. A 

genuine and particular account of the taking of 
Carthagena by the French and buccaniers in the 
year 1697. 

8vo. London, 1740 

POIRET, Jean Louis Marie. Voyage en Barbaric ou 
lettres ecrites de I'ancienne Numidie pendant 
les annees 1785-86. 
^ 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1789 

POIROT, Achille. 

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POIESON, Jean Baptists. 

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POISSON, Philippe. 

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CEuvres de theatre. 

2 vols, in 1. 12mo. Paris, 1766 

POISSON, Raymond, and Philippe. CEuvres choisies. 

12mo. Paris, 1812 

POITEAU, Alexandre. 

Sec Risso, A. Histoire naturelle des Grangers. 
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POITIERS, Guillaume de. 
See Guillaume de Poitiers. 

POITIERS, Hugues de. See Hugues de Poitiers. 

POIVRE, Pierre. Voyages d'un philosophe, ou 
observations sur les moeurs et les arts des peuples 
de I'Afrique, de I'Asie et de I'Am^rique. 

12mo. MaesiricM, 1779 

POLA, Francesco. 

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POLDO D'ALBENAS, Jean. Discours historial 
de I'antique et illustre cit6 de Nismes. 

fol. G. Eouille. Lyons, 1560 

POLE, Reginald. 

For Life, see Lee, F. G. Londun, 1888. 

„ „ Vita Reginaldi Poll. Venice, 1563. 

Sec Discorso intorno alle cose della guerra. 

Venice, 1558. 

Ad Henricum octavum Britanniae regem, pro 

ecclesiasticae unitatis defensione, libri quatuor. 
fol. Ant. Bladus. Borne [\ ^SQ 1] 

De concilio liber. (De baptismo Constantini 

Magni Imperatoris.) 

4to. P. Manutius. Borne, 1562 



Another edition. 

4to. P. Manutius. Borne, 1562 



— Liber de concilio. De baptismo Constantini 
magni imperatoris. Reformatio Angliae. 

8vo. /. Zileli. Venice, 1562 



Epistolae. 



5 vols. 4to. Brescia, 1744-57 



Reformatio Angliae. 

4to. P. Manutius. Borne, 1562 

The seditious and blasphemous oration of 

Cardinal Pole both against God and his country 
which he directed to themperour in his booke 
intytuled the defence of ecclesiastical unitye, 
moving the emperour therein to seke the 
destruction of England. . . . Translated into 
english by Fabyane Wythers. 

8vo. Owen Bogers. London [\560] 

POLE, Sir William. Collections towards a descrip- 
tion of the county of Devon. 

4to. London, 1791 



POLEMON— POLITIANUS 



U37 



POLEMON, Writer on physiognomy. 

See Aelianus, C. Variae historiae libri xiv. 
Iwine, 1545. 
„ Scriptores pbysiognomoniae veteres. Alten- 
burg, 1780. 

POLEMON, Antonius. Polemoni.s, Himerii et 
aliorum declamationes, Graece, nunc primum 
editae. 

4to. H. Stephanus. [Geneva] 1567 

Orationes duae. A P. Possino, Latina 



paraphrasi et notis illustratae. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

8vo. Toulouse, 1637 

POLENI, Giovanni. 

See Frontinus, S. J. De aquaeductibus. Padim, 

Utriusque thesauri antiquitatum Eomanarum 



Graecarumque nova supplementa. 

5 vols. fol. Venice, 1737 

POLENTONIUS, Sicco. 

See Seneca, L. A. De' benefizii. Florence, 1 574. 



Vita Francisoi Petrarche. 



4to. [Ro'im, 1480] 



Vita Sancti Antonii de Padua confessoris. 

4to. Dominicus de Lapis. Bologna, 1476 

POLICE (The) of France ; or, an account of the 
laws and regulations established in that kingdom 
for the preservation of peace, and the preventing 
of robberies. [By Sir W. Mildmay.] 

4to. London, 1763 

POLICY (The) of the tax upon retailers considered ; 
or, a plea in favour of the manufacturers. 

8vo. London, 1786 

POLIDOEI, Gaetano. 

See Devonshire, G. C, duchess of. Passage of 
the Saint Gothard. London, 1803. 
„ Milton, J. Allegro. London, 1805. 
„ „ II como. London, 1 802. 



— II contadino che va a vender I'asino al mercato, 
novella messa in versi. 

8vo. London, 1807 

— Due tragedie [Isabella and Olimpia]. 

12mo. London, 1798 



POLIDOEI, Gaetano. II figliuol prodigo, dramma 
sacro. 

8vo. London, 1806 



L'infedelta punita, leggenda erotico-tragica. 

12rao. London, 1804 



II Nabucdonosorre, dramma sacro. 

8vo. London, 1807 



Poesie varie. 



12mo. London [1806 f] 



POLIGNAC, Diane de. M ^moires sur la \'ie et le 
caractere de Mme la duchesse de Polignac, avee 
des anecdotes int^ressantes sur la revolution 
fran9oise, et sur la personne de Marie- Antoinette, 
reine de France. 

8vo. London, 1796 

POLIGNAC, Jules, due de. 

See Calonne, C. A. de. Memoire. London, 1791. 

POLIGNAC, Melchior de. Anti-Lucretius, sive de 
deo et natura libri novem. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1747 

Anti-Lucrezio, ovvero di Dio e della Natura, 



opera postuma di Latino trasportata in verso 
sciolto Italiano da F. M. Ricci. 

3 vols. 4to. Verona, 1767 

POLIGNAC, Yolande Martine Gabrielle, duchesse de. 
For Life, see Polignac, D. de. London, 1796. 

POLIMANTEIA. 

See Elizabethan England. [Occasional issues.] 

POLIPHILO, pseud, i.e. FRANCE.SCO COLONNA. 
Hypnerotomachia, ubi humana omnia non nisi 
somnium esse ostendit, atque obiter plurima 
scitu sanequam digna commemorat. 

fol. Aldm. Venice, 1499 

Groliei's copy. 



Another edition. 



fol. Aldus. Venice, 1545 



POLITI, Alessandro. 

Sec Eustathius. Commcntarii in Dionysium 
Pcricgetam. Colocjnc, 1741, etc. 

POLITIANUS, Angelus. 

For Life, sec Greswell, W. P. Memoirs. Man- 
chester, 1805. 
„ „ Mencke, F. 0. Historia vitae. 

Leipzig, 1736. 



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POLITI AN US— POLITICAL 



POLITIANUS, Angelus. 

&« Beroaldus, P. Orationes. Parw, 1516-24. 
„ Epictetus. Enchiridion. Basle, 1531. 
„ Fabroni, A. Elogi. Parma, 1800. 
„ Herodian. Historiae Eomanae libri viii. 

Home, l-i93, etc. 
„ Hesiod. Opera et dies. [Greek and Latin.] 

Basle, 1539. 
„ Medici, L. de'. Canzone. Florence, 1568. 
„ Plautus, T. M. Opera. [1495.] 



Opera omnia. 



fol. Aldus. Venice, 1498 



— Another edition. 

fol. L. de Arigis. Florence [Brescia] 1499 

— Operum tomus i. epistolarum libros xii. ac 
miscellaneorum centuriam complectens : torn. ii. 
continens ea quae ex Graeco in Latinum con- 
vertit : torn. iii. praelectiones, orationes, et 
epigrammata complectens. 

3 vols, in a. 8vo. iS^. Gryphius. 
Lyons, 1545-50 

— Conjurationis Pactianae anni 1478 commen- 
tarium, documentis, figuris, notis nunc primum 
inlustratum, cura et studio J. Adimari. 

4to. Naples, 1769 

— La favola di Orfeo. 

Svo. Padua, 1749 

— Miscellanea. 

fol. A. Mischominus. Florence, 1489 

— Stanze e I'Orfeo. 

4to. P. de Benedictis. Bologna, 1494 

— Stanze cominciate per la giostra del magnifico 
Giuliano di Piero de Medici. 

Svo. Aldus. Venice, 1541 



— Another edition. Accresciute d'una canzone 
e della vita dell' autore scritta da P. A. Serassi. 

Svo. Padua, 1751 



Another edition. 



4to. Bodoni. Parnm, 1792 



Le stanze e rOrfeo, ed altrc poesie. 

Svo. Milan, 180S 

Sylva, cui titulus Ambra. 

4to. [Florence, 1485] 

■ Sylva, cui titulus Mantho. 

4to. A. Miscliominus. Florence, 1482 



POLITIANUS, Angelus. Sylva, cui titulus Mantho. 
4to. P. de Benedktis. Bologna, 1492 



Sylva, cui titulus Nutricia. 

4to. A. Mischominus. Florence, 1491 



Sylva, cui titulus Rusticus. 

4to. [A. Mischominus.'] Florence, 1483 



POLITICAL (The) balance, in which the principles 
and conduct of the two parties are weighed. 

Svo. London, 1765 

ballads published in England during the Com- 



monwealth. Edited by T. Wright. [Percy 
Society, iii.] 

Svo. London, 1841 

— (A) catechism, dedicated, without permission, 
to his most serene highness Omar, Bashaw, Dey, 
and Governor, of the warlike city and kingdom 
of Algiers : the Earl of Liverpool ; Lord Castle- 
reagh, and Co. [By W. HoNE ?] 

Svo. London, 1817 

— (The) conduct of the Earl of Chatham. 

Svo. London, 1769 

— considerations ; being a few thoughts of a 
candid man at the present crisis. [By Sir James 
Marriott.] 

Svo. London, 1762 



— (The) crisis ; or, a dissertation on the rights of 
man. 

Svo. London, 1791 



— debates [relating to the taxation of the 
American colonies]. 

Svo. Paris, 1766 

— (A) dialogue on the general principles of 
government, applied to that of England. 

Svo. London, 1691 [1791] 



— empiricism : a letter to the Kev. Mr. John 
Wesley. 

Svo. London, 1776 

— (The) freethinkers, being an imjiartial and 
dispassionate enquiry into the grounds of our 
foreign and domestic broils, and particidarly of 
the present rebellion. 

Svo. London, 1745 



POLITICAL— POLLIO 



1439 



POLITICAL (The) freethinker; or, a real and im- 
partial eiKiuiry into the causes of our late mis- 
carriages, and our present melancholy situation. 

8vo. London, 1757 



— (A) lecture, occasioned by a late political 
catechism addressed to the freeholders. 

8vo. London, 1733 



letters, written in March and April 1784. 

8vo. London, 1785 



— (The) litany, diligently revised : to be said or 
sung until the appointed change come throughout 
the dominion of England and Wales, and the town 



of Berwick upon Tweed. 



[By John Marshall.] 
8vo. London, 1817 



— memoirs ; or, a view of some of the first 
operations of the war, as they were regarded by 
foreigners. Part i. 

8vo. London, 1783 



— miscellanies. By the authors of the Rolliad 
and Probationary Odes. [Sir John Hawkin.s.] 

8vo. London, 1790 



— poems and songs relating to English history, 
from the accession of Edward ill. to that of 
Richard iii. Edited by T. Wright. [Rolls 
Series, No. 14.] 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1859-61 



— (The) progress of Britain ; or, an impartial 
history of abuses in the government of the 
British Empire, from the revolution in l6S8 
to the present time. [By James Thompson 
CallendekJ 

8vo. London, 1795 



— religious, and love poems. Edited by F. J. 
Furnivall. [Early English Text Society, xv.] 

8vo. London, ISO'fi 



— reveries and Utopian schemes for the welfare 
of Great Britain and Ireland, by an idle man : 
vtdth a plan for new modelling the British forces. 

8vo. London, 1780 

— (The) songs of England, from the reign of John 
to that of Edward ii. Edited and translated by 
T. Wright. [Camden Society, vi.] 

4to. London, 1839 



— state of Great Britain [by A. Boyek, from the 
commencement until October 1729]. 

(iO vols, ill 57. 8vo. London, 1714-40 



POLITICKS (The) of the French king Lewis the 
XIV. discovered, wth a short account of his 
religion. Translated from the French. 

4to. London, 1689 



Another edition. 



4to. London, 1689 



on both sides, with regard to foreign afTairs, 

stated from their own writings and examined. 
[By William Pulteney, Earl of Bath.] 

8vo. Lmdrni, 1734 

POLITIQUE (La) du clerge de France ou entretiens 
curieux de deux catholiques remains sur les 
moyens dont on se sert pour d6truire la religion 
protestante dans ce royaume. [By Pierre 

JURIEU.] 

12mo. The Eague, 1682 
See also Apologie pour les catholiques. 



POLL (The) for a member to serve in Parliament, 
for the borough of Colchester, Dec. 1788; 
candidates, George Jackson, George Tierney. 

8vo. Colcliester [1788] 

for the election of members of Parliament for 



the borough of Liverpool : taken between General 
Tarleton, Col. Gascoyne, and John Tarleton, Esq., 
May-June 1796: Also the addresses, songs, 
squibs. 

8vo. Liwrpool [1796] 

POLLARD, Alfred William. 

See Wiclif Society. J. Wycliffe dialogus. 1886. 
„ ,, J. Wyclif tractatus de officio 

regis. 1887. 

Early illustrated Books. A history of the 

decoration and illustration of books in the 15th 
and l6th centuries. [Books about books.] 

8vo. London, 1893 



— Last words on the history of the title-page, 
with notes on some colophons, and twenty-seven 
fac-similes of title-pages. 

4to. London, 1891 



POLLINI, Girolamo. L'Historia ecclesiastica della 
rivoluzion d'lnghilterra, divisa in libri quattro. 

4to. Rome, 1594 

POLLIO, Trebellius. See Trebellius PoUio. 



vol. III. 



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POLLOCK— POLYBIUS 



POLLOCK, Sir Frederick, Bart. 

See Clifford, W. K. London, 1886. 

and MAITLAND, Frederick William. The 

history of English law before the time of 
Edward i. 

2 vols. Svo. Cambridge, 1895 

POLLOK, Robert. The course of time : a poem in 
ten books. 

2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1827 

POLLUX, Julius. Vocabularium. [Greek.] 

fol. Ald^i-s. Venice, 1502 

Onomasticon, hoc est, instructissimum rerum 

ac synonymorum dictionarium, Graece, cum 
praefatione S. Grynaei. 

4to. Baltliasar Lasius and Th. Platter. 

Basle, 1536 



— Ouomasticum, Graece et Latine. Post W. 
Seberi editionem emendatum. 

2 vols. fol. Amsterdam, 1706 



POLLY Honeycombe. See Colman, G. 

POLO, Marco. 

See Baldelli Boni, G. B. Storia delle relazioni 
vicendevoli dell' Europa. Florence, 1827 
(for introduction to the Milione). 

Travels. Translated from the Italian, with 



notes, by W. Marsden. 



4to. London, 1818 



Concerning the kingdoms and marvels of the 

East. New translation, with notes, etc., by H. 
Yule. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1875 

Das Buch des edeln Eitters und Landtfarers 

Marcho Polo. 

fol. F. Creusner. Nuremberg, J 477 

Delle meraviglie del mondo per lui vedute. 

Svo. Marco Claseri. Venice, 1597 

II milione di Marco Polo, testo di lingua del 

secolo decimoterzo : pubblicato dal conte G. B. 

BAI.DELLI BONI. 

2 vols. 4to. Florence, 1827 



POLONIA defensa contra Joan : Barclaium, ubi, 
occasione ista, de regno genteque Polona multa 
narrantur, hactenus litteris non tradita. [By 

L. Opalinski.] 

4to. Dantzig, l648 

Bed morocco, mth the arms md monogram of J. B. Colbert. 

POLONUS, Martinus. See Martinus Strepus. 

POLSTED, Ezekiel. Cambria triumphans ; or, a 
panegyrick upon Wales, a Pindarick poem. 

4to. London, 1703 

POLUS, Matthaeus. See Poole, M. 

POLWHELE, Richard. The history of Cornwall 
[with a supplement to the first and second books 
by J. Whitaker]. 

7 vols, in 3. 4to. Falmouth and London, 

1803-16 



The history of Devonshire, with supplement. 
3 vols, in 1. fol. Exeter, 1793-1806 



POLYAENUS. Stratagematum libri octo. I. Cas- 
AUBONUS Graece nunc primum edidit, emendavit 
et notis illustravit. Adjecta est etiam J. Vulteij 
Latina versio. 

l6mo. [Lyons] 1589 

Another edition. [Greek and Latin.] 

Svo. Lcyden, I691 



— Another edition. Edidit S. MURSINNA. [Greek 
and Latin.] 

Svo. Berlin, 1756 



Stratagemi dell' arte della guerra dalla Greca 

tradotta da N. MuTONi. 

Svo. Venice, 1551 

POLYANDEK, John. The refutation of an epistle 
written by a certain doctor of the Augustins 
order within the eitie of Leige ; together with 
the arguments, which he hath borrowed from 
Eobert Bellarmine, to prove the invocation of 
saints. . . . Translated by Henry Hexham, 
out of French. 

4to. F. K. for T. Man. London, 16 10 

POLYBIUS. 

See Hyginus. De castris Romanis. Amsterdam, 
1660. 
„ Livius, T. Historiae Romanae decades. 
Venice, 1518-33, etc. 



POLYBIUS— POL YCHRON lUS 



1441 



POLYBIUS. 

See Vegetius Renatus, F. De re militari libri v. 
Lcijdcn, 16.3.3, etc. 

Selecta de legationibus et alia, nunc primum 

in lucem edita, ex bibliotheca Fulvi Ursini. 
[Greek.] 

4to. Chr. Plantin. Antwerp, 1582 

Historiarum libri v. NicoLAO Perotto inter- 

prete. [Greek and Latin.] 

fol. /. Secer. Hagenau, 1530 

Historiarum libri qui supersunt. I. Casau- 

BONUS emendavit, Latine vertit et commentariis 
illustravit. [Greek and Latin.] 

fol. Paris, 160.Q 

Another edition. Interprete L Casaubono, 

J. Gronovius recensuit ac notas adjecit. [Greek 
and Latin.] Accedit AIvclov TaKTiKov re koI 
TTokiopKrjTiKbv i)7rd/iV)j/io, etc. 

3 vols, in 5. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1670 

■ Another edition. Praefationem et glossarium 



adjecit J. A. Ernesti. 

3 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1763-64' 

Another edition. Edidit J. Schwkigh ABUSER. 

[Greek and Latin.] (Lexicon Polybianum ab 
Isaaco et Merico Casaubonis et J. A. Ernesti.) 

8 vols, in 9. 8vo. Leipzig, 1789-9.'5 

Liber ex Polybii historiis excerptus [being a 

fragment of Bk. vi.] de militia Romanorum et 
castrorum metatione inventu rarissimus ; a Jano 
Lascare in Latinam linguam translatus. [Greek 
and Latin.] 

4to. J. A. de Sahio. Venice, \ 59,9 

Polybii, Diodori Siculi, Nicolai Damasceni, 

Dionysii PLalicarnassensis, Appiani Alexandrini, 
Dionis et Joaniiis Antiocheni excerpta ex collec- 
taneis Constantini Augusti Porphyrogenetae. 
H. Valeshts nunc primum edidit. [Greek and 
Latin.] 

4to. Paris, 1634 

Historiarum libri v. [Latin.] Nicolao 

Perotto interprete. 

fol. Sweynheym and Pannartz. Rome,\^lS 



POLYBIUS. De primo bello Punico traductus per 
L. Aretinum et Plutarchi paralelia, in Latina 
conversa. [Contains Polybius only.] 

fol. [Jacohus Britannicus. Brixia, 1498] 

The history. Translated by Sir H[enry] 

S[hears], to which is added a character of 
Polybius by Mr. Dryden. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1693 



Another edition. 



fol. B. Venetus. Venice, 1498 



— General history. Translated from the Greek 

by Mr. Hampton. 

4to. London, 1756 

— Histoire, nouvellenient traduite du Grec par 
Vincent Thuillier, avec un commentaire ou un 
corps de science militaire, enrichi de notes et 
figures par M. de Folard. 

6 vols. 4to. Paris, 1727-30 

— Traduction d'un fragment du xviii. livre de 
Polybe, trouve dans le monast^re de Sainte-Laure 
an Mont Athos, par le comte d'Antraigues. 

8vo. London, I8O6 

— Deir imprese de' Greci, de gli Asiatici, de' 
Komani et d'altri, con due fragmcnti delle re- 
publichc et della grandezza di lioma et con gli 
undici libri ritrovati di nuovo, tradotta per L. 

DOMENICHI. 

4to. G. Giolito de' Ferrari. Venice, 1 563 

— Del modo dell' accampare [a fragment of 



book vi.], tradotto di Greco per P. Strozzi ; 
Calculo della castrametatione di B. Cavalcanti ; 
comparatione dell' armadura e dell' ordinanza de 
Romani e de Macedoni, di Polibio tradotta : 
scelta de gli apophtegmi di Plutarco, tradotti : 
Eliano de nomi e de gli ordini militari, tradotto. 
2 vols, in 1. 8vo. L. Torrentino. 
Florence, 1552 

POLYBUS. 

See Scribonius Largus. De compositione medica- 
mcntorum liber. Basle, 1529. 

POLYCARP, Saint, Bishop of Smyrna. 

Sec Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch. Epistolae. 
O-cford, 1709. 
„ Patres Apostolici. Amsterdam, 1724, etc. 

POLYCHRONIUS, Bishop of Apamea. 
See Bible, Greek. 0. T., Song of Songs. 



1442 



POLYPUS— PONTANUS 



POLYPUS, pseud, i.e. Eaton Stannard Barrett. 
All the talents ! a satirical poem, in three 
dialogues. Fifth edition. 

8vo. London, 1807 

See also Flagellum, pseud. All the blocks ! 

POMANDEE (The) of prayer. 

8vo. Bohert Redman. London, 1531 

POMBAL, Sebastian Joseph de Carvalho et M6Io, 
marquis de. 

See Memoires de S. J. de Carvalho, etc. Brussels, 
1784. 

POMFRET, Henrietta Louisa, countess of. 

See Somerset, F. S., duchess of. Correspondence. 
London, 1805. 

POMFRET, John. 

See Johnson, S. Works of the English poets. 
London, 1790. 

POMI, David de'. Dittionario novo Hebraico, molto 
copioso ; dechiarato in tre lingua ; con bellissime 
annotationi, e con I'indice latino, e volgare de 



tutti li suoi significati. 



fol. Venice, 1587 



POMMERAYE, Jean Frangois. 

See Histolre de Tdgllse cathddrale de Rouen. 
Rouen, l(i86. 

Histoire de I'abbaye royale de S. Ouen de 

Rouen, divisee en cinq livres : ensemble celle des 
abbayes de la tres-sainte Trinity dite depuis de 
Ste. Catherine du Mont, et de S. Amand. 

3 vols, in 1. fol. Rouen, l6C2 



Histoire des archevesques de Rouen. 

fol. Rmien, l666 



POMMEREUL, Frangols Rend Jean de. 

See Campagne du giniial Buonaparte. Paris, 
1797. 

POMPADOUR, Jeanne Antoinette Polsson, marquise 
de. Catalogue des livres de la bibliotheque de 
feue madame la marquise de Pompadour. [Priced 
in MS.] 

8vo. Paris, 1765 

Memoires, ecrits par elle-mcme [or rather, by 

an unknown author], et publics par R. P[errin] : 
suivis de sa correspondance. 

4 vols, in 2. 12mo. Paris, 1808 



POMPEI, Girolamo. 

See Musaeus. De Herone et Leandro. Parma, 
1793. 
„ Ovidius Naso, P. L'epistole. Bassano, 1785. 
„ Plutarch. Le vite. Verona, 1773. 



L'ipermestra ; tragedia. 



8vo. Veroim, 1767 



Gli ornati delle pareti ed i pavimenti delle 

stanze dell' antica Pompei, incisi in rame. 

fol. Naples, 1796 

Another edition. 

2 parts in 1 vol. fol. Naples, 1808 

POMPIGNAN, Jean Jacques Le Franc, marquis de. 
See Le Franc de Pomplgnan, J. J. 

POMPILIUS, Paulus. De syllabis. 

4to. E. Silher. Rome, 1488 



POMPONIUS LAETUS, Julius. 

See Columella, L. J. M. De cultu hortorum. 
[1490.] 
„ Curio, C. S. De mensuris. [^Basle, l600.] 
,, Fenestella, L. De magistratibus sacer- 

dotiisque Romanorum. Paris [1540 ?]. 
,, Marsus, P. Oratio funebris. [Rome, 1497.] 
,, Scriptores rei rusticae. Venice, 1533. 
„ Trebellius PoUio. Paris, 1544. 



De Romanae urbis vetustate. 

4to. Jac. Mazochius. Rome, 1510 



POMPONIUS MELA. See Mela, P. 

POMROY, John. 

See Faithful discovery of a treacherous design. 
London, l653. 

PONCE DE LEON, Luis. See Leon, L. de. 

PONIATOWSKA, Krystyna. 

See Hlstoria revelatlonum. 1659. 

PONSONBY, Rt. Hon. George. 

See Wilson, R. Correspondence. Dublin, 1806. 

PONTALIS, Antonln Lef^vre. 
See Lef^vre Pontalls, A. 

PONTANUS, Jacobus Spanmiiller. Progymnas- 
matum ad usum scholarum humaniorum. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1590 



PONTANUS— PONTICUS 



1443 



PONTANUS, Johann Isaac. 

See Florus, L. A. Renim Romanarum, lib. iv. 
Amsterdam, 1736. 
„ Macrobius. Opera. Leyden, 1670, etc. 
„ Martialis, M. V. Opera. Leyden, l6l8-l<). 

Historiae Gelricae libri xiv. ; praecedit qui est 

liber primus, ducatus CTelriae et comitatus Zut- 
phaniae descriptio. 

fol. Ilarderwyck, 1639 



Vita Friderici ii., Daniae et Norvegiae regis : 

edidit G. Krysingius. 

4to. Flenshurg, 1735 

PONTANUS, Joannes Jovianus. 

See Bracellus, J. Libri quinque belli His- 
paniensis. Hagenau, 1530 (for De bello 
Neapolitano). 
„ Ptolemaeus, C. [Quadripartitum.] Libri 
quatuor, etc. Nuremberg, 1535, etc. 

Opera omnia soluta oratione composita. 

3 vols. 4to. Aldus. Venice, 1518-19 

De fortitudine lib. ii. ; de principe lib. i. ; 

Charon ; Antonius ; de liberalitate lib. i., etc. 

8vo. B. Trot. Lyons, 1514 

De liberalitate, de bcnificentia, de magnifi- 

centia, de splendore, de conviventia. 

4to. /. Tresser de Hoestet and M. de Amsterdam. 

Naples, 1498 



— Urania, sive de stellis lib. v. ; Metoorum liber 
i. ; de hortis hesperidum lib. ii. ; Lepedina sive 
pastorales pompae septcm. Item Meliseus. 
Maeon Aeon. Hendecasyllaborum libri ii. ; Tumu- 
lorum liber i. ; Neniae xii. ; Epigrammata xii. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1505 



Another edition. 



8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1513 



— Another edition. [A counterfeit of the Aldine 
edition of 1513.] 

8vo. [1515] 

— Another edition. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1533 

— Amorum lib. ii. ; De amore coniugali iii. ; 
Tumulorum ii. ; Lyrici i. ; Ei'idanorum ii. ; 
Eclogae duae Corylc ; Calpurnii Siculi Eclogae 
vii. ; Aurelii Nemesiani Eclogae iv., etc. 

8vo. Aldus. Fe/w'ce [1518] 



POWTANUS, Joannes Jovianus. Amorum lib. ii. 
[A counterfeit of the Aldine of 1518.] 

8vo. [1520] 

— De fortitudine bellica. 

4 to. M. Moravus. Naples, 1490 

Dialogus qui Charon inscribitur ; dialogus qui 

Antonius inscribitur. 

4to. M. Moravus. Naples, 1491 



■ De aspiratione liber. 

fol. [M. Morams.] Naples, 1481 

• Another edition. 

4to. B. Misinta. Brescia, 1497 



De obedientia. 



4to. M. Moravus. Nai^les, 1490 
Liber de meteoris, cum interpretatione Viti 



Amerbachii. 

8vo. Crato Mylius. Strasburg, 1539 

PONTANUS, Ludovicus. De relietis ad pias causas. 
fol. [L. PJlugel and G. Laver, Borne, 1474] 

Sinffularia in causis criminalibus. 



fol. V. de Spira. Venice, 1 -ill 

Singularia in causis criminalibus secundum 

librum quintum et ultimum Decretalium. Pii ii. 
tractatus et epitaphia. 

fol. [Utrecht tl-il 2] 

PONTCHARTRAIN, Paul Ph61ypeaux, seigneur de. 
See Collection des mdmoires — Petitot [vols, x^•i. 
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PONT-DE-VESLE, Antoine de Ferriol, comte de. 
See Theatre Frangais, vol. xxii. Paris, 1804. 

PONTEDERA, JuUus. 

See Manilius, M. Astronomicon. Padua, 1743. 

PONTICUS, Ludovicus, Virunius. 

See Guarinus Veronensis. Erotemata. Beggio, 
1501. 
,, Moschos, D. Carmen de raptu Helenae. 

Beggio [c. 1 500]. 
„ Scriptores rerum Britannicanun. Heidelberg, 
1587. 

Britanniae historiae libri vi. : Itinerarium 

Cambriae auctore Giraldo Cambrense: Cam- 
briae descriptio auctore GiRALDO Cambrense, 
cum annotationibus D. PouELl. 

8vo. Edmund Bollifanl London, I. 'i 8 5 



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PONTIFICAL— POPE 



PONTIFICAL (The) of Egbert, Archbishop of York, 
732-66, from a manuscript of the tenth century, 
in the Imperial Library, Paris. [Edited by W. 
Gkeenwell.] [Surtees Society, xxra.] 

8vo. Durham, 1853 

PONTIS, Louis de. 

See Collection des mdinoires — Petitot [vol. xxxi. 
bis, xxxii.]. 

PONTIUS, of Carthage. 

See Cyprian, Saint. Writings. Edinburgh, 
1868-69. 

PONTON, Thomas. 

See Arthur, King of Britain. Le Morte Arthur. 
[Roxburghe Club.] 

PONTOPPIDAN, Erik, Bishop of Bergen. Den 
Danske Atlas eller Konge-Riget Dannemark : 
samlet og fortsat af Hans de Hofman. 

7 vols. 4to. Copenhagen, 1763-81 

Gesta et vestigia Danorum extra Daniam, 

maximam partem ipsis scriptorum verbis 
adumbrata. 

3 vols. 8vo. Leipzig and Copenhagen, n W-il 

The natural history of Norway, Translated 



from the Danish original. 



2 vols. fol. London, 1755 



Theatrum Daniae veteris et modernae oder 

Schau-Biihne des alten und jetzigen Diinnemarcks 
enthaltend eine chorographische und eine 
politische Beschreibung dieses Konigreichs. 

4to. Bremen, 1730 

PONZ, Antonio. Viage de Espana, en que se da 
noticia de las cosas mas apreciables que hay en 
ella. 

17 vols, in 8. 8vo. Madrid, 1782-92 



Viage fuere de Espafia. 

2 vols. 8vo. Madrid, 1791-92 



PONZIANI, Domenico Lorenzo. 

See Giuoco incomparabile. Venice, 1801. 

POOLE, George Ayliffe. On the present state of 
parties in the Church of England : with especial 
reference to the alleged tendency of the Oxford 
School to the doctrines and communion of Rome. 

8vo. London, 1841 



POOLE, Joshua. The English Parnassus, or a help 
to English poesie, containing a collection of all 
the rhythming monosyllables. 

8vo. London, 1677 

POOLE, Matthew. 

&e Bible, English. 1700. 

Synopsis eriticorum aliorumque sacrse scripturae 



interpretum et commentatorum. Ex recensione 
J. Leusden. 

5 vols. fol. Utrecht, 1684-86 

POOLE, Reginald Lane. 

See Wiclif Society. J. WyclifiFe tractatus de 
ci\ali dominio. 1885. 

POOLE, Stanley Lane. The Barbary Corsairs, 
with additions by J. D. J. Kelley. [Story of 
the Nations, xxii.] 

8vo. London, 1890 

The Moors in Spain, by S. L. P., with the 

collaboration of A. Oilman. [Story of the 
Nations, vi.] Fourth edition. 

8vo. London, 1890 



— Social life in Egypt, a supplement to ' Pictur- 
esque Palestine.' 

4to. London [1884] 

— Turkey, by S. L. P., assisted by E. J. W. Gibb 



and A. Oilman. [Story of the Nations, xiv.] 
Third edition. 

8vo. London, 1891 

POOLEY, Henry. 

See Memorial of the church of England. London, 
1705. 
„ Review of the dangers of the church. London, 
1705. 

POOR (The) man's plea See Defoe, D. 

vicar's plea against his glebes being assess'd 

to the church, being an examination of the late 
opinion of Dr. R. Wood concerning it. 

12mo. London, 1712 

POPE (The) burnt to ashes ; or, defiance to Rome. 

4to. London, 1676 

POPE, Alexander. 

For Life, see Stephen, L. [English Men of 

Letters.] 
5pe Chaucer, G. Canterbury Tales, Londo7i, 17 37 . 
,, Essay on the genius and writings of Pope. 
London, 1772-82. 



POPE 



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POPE, Alexander. 

SeeB.omei. Iliad. London, 1715-20. 
„ „ Odyssey. London, 1725-26. 

„ Johnson, S. Works of the English poets. 

London, 1790. 
„ Norris, R. The narrative of Dr. R. N., etc. 

London, 171.3. 
„ Selecta poemata Italomm. London, 1740. 
„ Shakespeare, W. Works. London, 1723- 

25, etc. 
„ Spence, J, Anecdotes. London, 1 820. 
„ Theobald, L. Shakespeare restored. London, 

1726. 
„ Ricolvi, G. P. Opusculi postumi. Turin, 

nil. 



Works. 



fol. London, 1717 



— Works, together with the commentary and 
notes of his editor [W. Warburton], with a life of 
the author by 0. Ruffhead. 

5 vols. 4to. London, 1769 



Poetical works. 



3 vols. fol. Glasgow, 1785 



— Works, with notes and illustrations by J. 
Warton and others. 

9 vols. 8vo. London, 1797 

Works. Containing the principal notes of Drs. 



Warburton and Warton, etc. Edited by W. L. 
Bowles. 

10 vols. 8vo. London, 1806 

Poetical works, with memoir by A. Dyce. 

[Aldine Poets, xiv., xv., xvi.] 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1835 



POPE, Alexander. An essay on criticism. 

12mo. London, 1713 



— Works. Edited by W. Elwin and W. J. 
Courthope. 

10 vols. 8vo. London, 1811-89 

— The Dunciad. With notes variorum and the 
prolegomena of Scriblerus. 

8vo. London, 1729 

— The Dunciad, with the prolegomena of Scriblerus 
and notes, the hypercritics of Aristarchus and 
his dissertation on the hero of the poem. 

4to. ■ London, 1 743 

— An epistle from Mr. Pope to Dr. Arbuthnot. 

fol. Loiulon, 1734 



Essay on Man. 



4to. London, 1819 



Saggio su I'uomo, in cinque lingue, dok, 

Inglese, Latina, Italiana, Francese, c Tedesca. 

4to. Parma, 1801 

The first epistle of the first book of Horace 



imitated. [With the Latin text.] 

fol. London, 1737 

The sixth epistle of the first book of Horace, 

imitated. [With the Latin text.] 

fol. [Lmdon, 1737] 

The first epistle of the second book of Horace 

imitated. 

fol. London, 1737 

Another edition. [With the Latin text.] 

4to. London, 1749 

The second epistle of the second book of 

Horace imitated. 

fol. Lmidm, 1737 

The first satire of the second book of Horace, 

imitated in a dialogue between Alexander Pope 
and his learned counsel. [With the Latin text.] 

fol. [Lmdon, 1733] 

The Impertinent ; or, a visit to the court : a 

satyr. Second edition. 

fol. London, 1737 

Of false taste, an epistle to the Right Honoiu-- 

able Richard Earl of Burlington. The third 

edition. 

fol. London, 1731 

Of the characters of women : an epistle to a 

lady. 

fol. London, 1735 

Of the knowledge and characters of men : an 



epistle to Richard, Lord Cobham. 

fol. London, 1733 

Of the use of riches : an epistle to the Right 

Honourable Allen, Lord Bathurst. 

fol. London, 1732 

La boucle de cheveux enlev6e, pofeme h^roi- 

comique, traduit en vers par A. Des Moulins. 
4to. Southampton, 1801 



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POPE— POPULAR 



POPE, Alexander. Le quattio epistole morali 
esposte in versi sdruccioli da G. Cerretesi. 

8vo. Milan, 1756 



Preface [to Shakespear's works]. 

8vo. [L<mlon, 1728 1] 



See also Answer to Mr. Pope's Preface. 

— Letters [with the Memoirs of Martin Scriblerus 
and other tracts]. 



2 vols. fol. London, 1737-41 

POPE, William Burt. 

See Bible, English. N. T., Gospels. 1861. 
,, ,, Greek. N. T., John (epistle). 
,, Ebrard, J. H. A. Commentary on the 

epistles of St. John. Edinburgh, I860. 
„ Stier, E. R. The words of the Lord Jesus. 

Edinburgh, 1869-72. 
„ „ The words of the risen Saviour. 

Edinburgh, I869. 
,, Winer, G. B. Comparative view of the 
doctrines, etc. Edinburgh, 1873. 

A compendium of Christian theology. Second 

edition. 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1880 

POPERINGHE. Priory of Saint Bertin. Cartu- 
larium. Kecueil des chartes du prieure de 
Saint-Bertin, k Poperinghe et de ses dependances 
k Bas-Warneton et a Couckelaere. Edidit F. H. 
d'Hoop. [Societe d'fimulation de Bruges.] 

4to. Bruges, 1870 

POPERY always the same, exemplified in an 
authentick account of the persecution now carry- 
ing on against the protestants in the south of 

France. 

8vo. Loitdan, 1746 

and tyranny ; or, the present state of France, 



in relation to its government, trade, manners of 
the people, and nature of the countrey. 

4to. London, l689 

in its proper colours ; or, some of the grossest 

fopperies and corruptions of the Church of Rome, 
exposed to publick view. [By Zachary Grey.] 

8vo. London [1745] 

superstition, ignorance. Sec Taylor, Z. 



POPHAM, Edward. 

,%<; Selecta poemata. Bath, 1774-76. 



POPHAM, Sir Home Riggs. Concise statement of 
facts relative to the treatment experienced by 
Sir H. Popham since his return from the Red 
Sea. 

8vo. London, 1805 

See also Observations on a pamphlet. 
Description of Prince of Wales island in the 



streights of Malacca ; with its real and probable 
advantages and resources. 

4to. London, 1799 

POPISH treachery ; or, a short and new account of 
the horrid cruelties exercised on the Protestants 
in France. 

4to. London, 1689 

POPMA, Ausonius. 

See Scriptores rei rusticae. Venice, 1783-84. 

POPMA, Titus. De operis servorum liber. 

12mo. Amsterdam, 1672 

POPPLE, Miles. Considerations on reform : with 
a specific plan for a new representation, addressed 
to Charles Grey, Esq. 

8vo. Lmuion, 1793 

POPPLE, William. 

See Locke, J. Letter concerning toleration. 
London, l689. 

POPULAR ballads and songs, with translations of 
similar pieces from the ancient Danish and a few 
originals l)y the editor, Egbert Jamieson. 

2 vols. 8vo. Edinhirgh, I8O6 

prejudice concerning partiality to the interests 

of Hanover, to the subjects of that electorate 
and particularly to the Hanoverian troops in 
British pay, freely examined and discussed. 

8vo. London, 1743 

See also English nation vindicated. London, 
1741. 

prejudices against the convention and treaty 

with Spain, examined and answered. 

8vo. London, 1739 

rhymes and nursery tales ; a sequel to the 

nursery rhymes of England. Edited by J. 0. 
Halliwell. 

12mo. London, 1849 

songs, illustrative of the French invasion of 

Ireland. Edited, with introductions and notes, 
by T. C. Croker. 4 parts. [Percy Society, xxi.] 

8vo. Lcmdan, 1845-47 



POPULATION— PORPHYRY 



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POPULATION. Comparative caccount of the popula- 
tion of Great Britain in the years 1801, 1811, 
1821 and 1831, with the annual value of real 
property in 181;"), and a statement of progress in 
the inquiry regarding occuiwtions and the dura- 
tion of life. [Signed John Rickman.] 

fol. [London, IS.-JS] 

PORCACCHI, Tommaso. 

See Curtius Eufus, Q. De' fatti d'Alessandro 

magno. Venice, 1559. 
„ Dictys Cretensis, pseud. Delia guerra 

Trojano. Venice, 1570. 
„ Dio Cassius. De fatti de' Romani. Venice, 

1585. 
„ Herodotus. Istoria. Verona, 1733. 
„ Parabosco, G. Quattro libri delle lettere 

amorose. Venice \\5Q9\ 



Delle cagioni delle guerre antiche : vol. i. 

4to. G. G. (?e' Ferrari. Venice, 1566 



PORCELLIUS, Petrus Pandoni, called. Trium 
poetarum, Porcelii, Basinii, et Trebani opuscula. 
8vo. S. Colin. Paris, 1539 

PORCIUS, Hieronymiis. Commentarius. 

8vo. E. Silber. Rome, 1493 



Declamatio in Turcos. 

Ho. [E. Silber. Rome, 1500] 



PORCIUS, Publius, pseud, i.e. Joannes Leo 
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poetam ; paraclesis pro potore. 

8vo. Nic. Buffet. Paris, 1543 

PORCUPINE, Peter, pseud, i.e. William Cobbett. 
Remarks on the explanation, lately published by 
Dr. Priestley, respecting the intercepted letters 
of his friend and disciple, John H. Stone, with 
a certificate of eivism for Joseph Priestley, jun. 

8vo. London, 1799 

PORDEN, Eleanor Anne, afterwards FRANKLIN. 
The veils ; or, the triumph of constancy : a poem 
in six books. 

8vo. London, 1815 

P0R6e, Charles Gabriel. 

See Rasiel de Selva, H., pseud. 

PORNIN, A. F. L'interieur de I'ancienne Rome, 
ou indication des principaux monumens qui s'y 
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8vo. Paris, 1809 

vol. III. 



PORPHYRIO, Pomponius. 

See Horatius Flaccus, Q. Opera. 1545, etc. 

PORPHYRIUS, Publius Optatianus. 

.S't'fi Poetae Latini niinores. AUenlnmj, 1780-94. 
„ Velserus, M. Opera. Nuremherg, 1682. 

PORPHYROGENNETA, Constantinus, Emperor of 
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Si;: Polybius. Paris, 1634. 

Libri duo de ceremoniis aulae byzantinac, 



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2 vols, in 1. fol. Leipzig, 1751 

PORPHYRY. 

See Barbaro, D. Exquisitae in P. commenta- 

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— De abstinentia ab animalibus nccandis libri 
quatuor : de vita Pythagorae ; sententiae ad 
intelligibilia ducentes : de antro nympharum 
quod in Odyssea describitur, Gr. et Lat. : Lucas 
HOLSTENIUS Latine vertit, dissertationem adjecit. 

8vo. Cambndge, l655 



— Select works, containing his four books on 
abstinence from animal food, his treatise on th>e 
Homeric cave of the nymphs and his auxiliaries 
to the perception of intelligible natures. Trans- 
lated from the Greek by T. Taylor; with an 
appendix, explaining the allegory of the Wander- 
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8vo. London, 1823 

— Homericarum Quaestionum liber. Et de 
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[Gi'cek.] 

4to. Rome, 1518 

— De non necandis ad epulandum animantibus 
libri iv., ejusdem selectw brevesque sentential. 
Michaelis Ephesii scholia in iv. libros Aristotelis 
de partibus animantium. [Greek.] 

fol. FUrrerux, 1548 



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PORPHYRY— PORTEUS 



PORPHYRY. De non necandis ad epulandum aiii- 
mantibus libri iv. Ejusdem Sententiae ducentes 
ad intelligentiam reruni, quae mente noscuntur. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

Svo. Lyons, l620 

Liber de vita Pythagorae, sententiae, et de 

antro Nympharum. L. HOLSTENIUS Latine 
vertit. [Greek and Latin.] 

Svo. Rome, 1630 

De antro nj^mpharum, Graece cum Latina 

L. Holstenii versione. Edidit R. M. van Goens : 
praemissa est dissertatio Homerica ad Porphy- 
rium. 

4to. Utrecht, 1765 

• De vita Pythagorae. [In this edition attributed 



to Malchus of Philadelphia.] Nunc primum ex 
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Svo. Altdorf, l6lO 

PORRETANUS, Gilbertus, Bishop of Poitiers. 

See Joannes Glogaviensis. Exercitium veteris 
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PORSON, Richard. 

See Euripides. Medea. Camhidge, ISOl. 
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,, PhotiUS. Ke^iwv a-vvayiayrf. Loiuldn, 1S22. 

Tracts and miscellaneous criticisms, collected 



and arranged by T. Kidd. 



Svo. London, 1815 



— Adversaria, notae et emendationes in poetas 
Graecos. 

Svo. Cambridge, 1812 

Notae in Aristophanem, quibus Plutum co- 



mcediam variis lectionibus instructam praemisit 

et collationum appendicem adjecit P. P. Dobree. 

Svo. Cambridge, 1820 

PORT-ROYAL (The) logic. Translated from the 
French [of Antoine Arnauld and Pierre Nicole], 
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Svo. Edinburgh arid London [1851] 

PORT ROYAL, Messieurs de. 

See Lancelot, C. New method of learning the 
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PORTA, Ardicino della. 

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PORTA, Giovanni Battista della. Le commedie. 

4 vols. 12mo. Naples, 1726 



De humana physiognomia libri vi. 

fol. Naples, l602 



Natural magick, in twenty books. 

fol. London, 1658 



PORTAL, Abraham, The indiscreet lover : a comedy. 

Svo. London, 176S 

PORTAL, Sir Gerald Herbert. The British mission 
to Uganda in 1 893. Edited with a memoir by 
E. Rodd. With the diary of the late Captain 
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Svo. London, 1894 

PORTER, Henry. The two angry women of Abing- 
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Svo. London, 1S41 

PORTER, Josias Leslie. The giant cities of Bashan, 
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Svo. London, 1866 

PORTER, Lela. 

See Chaucer Society. First series, xxi., xxiv. 

PORTER, Noah. 

See Fischer, K. Descartes and his school. 
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PORTER, Sir Robert Ker. A narrative of the 
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PORTER, Whitworth. A history of the Knights 
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of Jerusalem. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1858 

PORTEUS, Beilby, Bishop of London. 
See Bible, English. 1822. 



— Works, \vith his life by R. HoDGSON. New 
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6 vols. Svo. London, 1811 

— A charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese 
of London in the years 179S and 1799. 

Svo. London, 1799 



PORTEUS— PORY 



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PORTEUS, Beilby, Bishop of London. A charge 
delivered to the clergy of the diocese of London 
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8vo. London, 1804 

A letter to the governors, legislatures and pro- 
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8vo. London, 1808 

PORTFOLIO (The) ; a collection of engravings [by 
J. and H. S. Storer] from antiquarian and 
topographical subjects, curious works of art, 
etc., with descriptions. 

4 vols, in 1. 8vo. London, 182.S-24 

PORTHAISE, Jean. Cinq sermons, es quels est 
traicte tant de la simulee conversion du Koy de 
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2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Paris, 1594 

PORTIO, Camillo. La congiura de' Baroni del regno 
di Napoli, contra il re Ferdinando primo. 

4to. [^Ahlus.'] Rome, l,5fi5 

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4to. Romt, 1565 

PORTIUS, Leonardus. De sestertio, talentis, 
pecuniis, ponderibus, mensuris, stipendiis mili- 
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PORTLOCK, Nathaniel. A voyage round the world, 
but more particularly to the north-west coast of 
America, performed in 1785-1788. 

4to. Londrni, 1789 

PORTO, Luigi da. 

See Novelle Otto. London, 1790. 

Rime et prosa. 

8vo. Fr, Marcolini. Venice, 15S9 

Red and green morocco, with arms on the sides. 

Hystoria novellamente ritrovata di due nobili 

amanti, con la loro pieto.sa morte intervenuta 
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8vo. Benedetto de Bendoni. Venice [1530] 

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4to. London, 1817 

Another edition. 

8vo. Milan, 1819 

Printed on Tcllara. 



PORTOLANO. 

l6mo. Venice, 1528 

PORTRAIT (The) : a burletta. See Colman, G. 

de Philippe il., roi d'Espagne. [A political 



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8vo. Amsterdam, 1785 

PORTUGALLIA sive de regis Portugalliae regnis et 
opibus commeutarius. 

24mo. Elzevir. Leyden, l641 

PORTUGUESE folk tales. Collected by C. Pedroso, 
and translated by Miss Henriqueta Monteiro. 
[Folklore Society, ix.] 

8vo. London, 1882 

PORTUS, Aemilius. 

See Euripides. Tragoediae xix. Heidelberg, 
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Dictionarium Doricum Graeco-Latinum quod 

totius Theocriti, Moschi, Bionis et Simmiae vari- 
orum opusculorum interpretationem continet. 

8vo. Frankfort, l603 

Dictionarium lonicum Graeco-Latinum, quod 

indicem in omnes Herodoti libros continet. 

8vo. Frankfort, l603 



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8vo. O.rford, 1810 



Lexicon Graeco-Latinum bipartitum, lonicum, 



Herodoteum et Doricum. 



• Pindaricum lexicon. 



8vo. FranJcforf, 1658 



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PORTUS, Franciscus. 

iSce Homer. Ilias. [Geneva] \biO. 

Commentarii in Pindari Olympia, Pythia, 

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Paraskeue ad orationem Demosthenis de falsa 
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POSIDONIUS Rhodius. Keliquiaedoctrinae: collegit 
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8vo. Leijden, 1810 

POSITION (A) disputing the lawfixlnesse of ministers 
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4to. London, l663 

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8vo. London, 1886 

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8vo. Frankfort, 1600 

POSSEVINO, Antonio. Bibliotheca selecta de 
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2 vols, in 1. fol. Venice, l60o 

Judicium de Nuae militis Galli scriptis, de 

Bodini methodo historiae. De Philippi Mornei 
liliro de perfectione Christiana. De Nicolao 
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8vo. Typ. Vaticana. Rome, 1592 

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POSSEVINO, Giovanni Battista. Dialogo dell' 
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4to. G. Giolito de Ferrari. Venice, 1556 

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POSTE, Beale. Celtic inscriptions on Gaulish and 
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POSTEL, Guillaume. 

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4to. Florence, 1551 

Calf, with the arms of Charles Alexaiulre de Lorraiiu'. 

De Focnicum literis, seu de prisco Latinae et 

Grecae linguae charactere, ciusque antiquissima 
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8vo. Viv. Gaultherot. Paris, 1552 

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3 parts in 1 vol. 4to. F. de Monief. 

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8vo. Jerome Gournwnt. [Paris] 1540 



POSTILL (A) ; or, collection of moste godly doctrine 
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4to. EegiiKtld Wolfe. London, 1550 

POSTLETHWAYT, James. 

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POSTSCRIPT (A) to John Bull, containing the 
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8vo. London [1717] 



POSTSCRIPT— POTTS 



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POSTSCRIPT. A continuation of the History of 
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— The fourth and last part of the History of the 
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Svo. London [1717] 

— to Mr. Higgins's sermon very neces.sary for 
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4to. Eton, 1749 

POTHIER, Robert Joseph. 

See Justinian I. Pandectae Justinianeae. Lyons, 
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POTOCKI, Jan. Memoire sur un nouveau peryple 
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4to. Vienna, 1796 

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POTTER, John, Archbishop of Canterbury. 

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Archaeologia Graeca ; or, the antiquities of 

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2 vols. 12mo. London, 1706 

POTTER, Louis Joseph Antoine dc. Memoirs of 
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2 vols, in 1. Svo. London, 1829 

POTTER, Robert. 

See Aeschylus. Tragedies. Norwich, 1777. 
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A farewell hymne to the country. Attempted 

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Second edition. 

4to. Lmulon, 1750 



An inquiry into some passages in Dr. Johnson's 

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4to. London, 1783 

POTTER, Thomas. 

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POTTHAST, August. Bibliotheca historica medii 
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POTTINGER, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry. Travels in 

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POTTS, Thomas. Discovery of witches in the 
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4to. \_Mancliester'] 1845 



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POUGENS— POWER 



POUGENS, Marie Charles Joseph de. Tresor des 
origines et dictionnaire grammatical raisonne de 
la langiie fran^aise : specimen. 

4to. Paris, 1819 

POUILLY, Louis Jean L^vesque de. Theorie des 
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plaisir, on ^tablit les principes de la theologie 
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8vo. Paris, 111^ 

POULET, Sir Amias. Copy-book of letters, written 
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ito. Lmidon, 1866 



POULLAIN, Henri. 



Traitez des monnoyes. 

12mo. Paris, 1709 



POULLAIN DE SAINT-FOIX, Germain Frangois. 
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POULSON, George. Beverlac ; or, the antiquities 
and history of Beverley, York, and of the 
collegiate establishment of St. John's. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1829 

POULTON, Edward Bagnall. The colours of animals, 
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8vo. London, 1890 

POUQUEVILLE, Frangois Charles Hugues Laurent. 
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." vols, in 2. 8vo. Paris, 1805 

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POWEL, Daniel. The love of Wales to their 
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8vo. 1837 

POWEL, David. 

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London, 1806. 
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POWELL, Baden. 

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Tradition unveiled ; or, an exposition of the 



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Svo. London, 1839 



POWELL, Frederick York. 

Sec Saxo Grammaticus. [Folklore Society.] 
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POWELL, Richard. Proceedings of a general 
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24th and 27th of March 1 792, for the trial of Capt. 
R. Powell, Lieut. C. Seton, and Lieut. J. Hall, of 
the 54th regiment of foot, on charges preferred 
by W. Cobbett. 

8vo. London, 1809 

POWELL, William Samuel. A charge delivered to 
the clergy of the archdeaconry of Colchester, in 
June, 1772. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1773 

POWER (The) and privilege of juries asserted : in 
opposition to the wilfully blind and malitious 
humour of some ill and uncharitable men. 

4to. London, 1681 



— of the Crown. [Begins] The power of the 
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4to. {London, 1780] 

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Rons. 



POWER— PRADT 



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POWER (The) of the lower house of couvocation to 
adjourn itself, vindicated from the misrepre- 
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a friend in the country, concerning the proceed- 
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ito. London, 1701 

POWER (John). A handy book about books. 

8vo. London, 1870 

POWER, Richard. 

See Comparative state of the two money-bills. 
Lublin, 1770. 



POWERS (The) claim'd by the hierarchy examined, 
occasioned by a late pamphlet [by John Andrews] 
entitled. The parallel, etc. ; in which the author's 
vindication of the Codex, his pleas for church 
power, etc., are stated and considered. By a 
physician. 

8vo. London, 1735 

of a regent constitutionally considered. 

8vo. London, 1788 



POWIS, Edward Herbert, 2nd earl of. Speech in 
the house of lords, 23 May, 1843, on a bill for 
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4to. London, 1843 

POWIS, Edward James, earl of 

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POWNALL, Thomas. 

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— Notices and descriptions of antiquities of the 
Provincia Romana of Gaul, now Provence, 
Languedoc and Dauphin6 : with dissertations 
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covered in 1784 at Badenweiler. 

4to. London, 1788 



POYER, John. The history of Barbados, I(i0j-I80l. 

4tO. Loudon, 1808 

POYNDER, John. 

See History of the Jesuits. London, 1816. 

POYNET, John. 

See Defence of priestes mariages. London [1 562], 

A short treatise of politique power ; and of the 



— The right, interest and duty of the state, as 
concerned in the affairs of the East Indies. 

8vo. London, 1773 



true obedience which subjects owe to kings, and 
other civill governours. 

4to. [London] 1642 

POYNTING, Charles Thomas. 

See Hausrath, A. History of the New Testa- 
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POYNTZ, Sydenham. 

See Massey, E. Declaration of Generall Massey, 
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FOZZI, Giuseppe d'Ippolito. Poesie : con un 
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8vo. BoliKjiw, 1764 



Rime, piacevoli. 



8vo. London, 1764 



POZZO, Andrea. Rules and examples of perspective 
proper for painters and architects, with 105 
folio plates. Done into English by J. James. 
[Latin and English.] 

fol. London, 1707 

PRADES, Jean Martin. Apologie de Monsieur 
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8vo. Amsterdam, 1753 

PRADON, Nicolas. (Euvres. 

2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1744 

PRADT, Dominique Dufour de, Archbishop of 
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See Prussia. La Prusso et sa neutrality. London, 
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— Histoire de I'ambassade dans le grand duchi' 
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8vo. Paris, 1815 



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d'Espagne. 

8vo. Paris, 1816 



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PRAE-ADAMITAE— PRAY 



PRAE-ADAMITAB. Praeadamitae, sive exercitatio 
super versibus duodecimo, decimo tertio et 
decimo quarto, capitis quinti epistolae D. Pauli 
ad Romanos, quibus inducuntur primi homines 
ante Adamum conditi. Systema theologicum ex 
Prae-Adamitarum hypothesi pars prima. [By 

I. DE LA PeYRERE.] 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. [Elzevir. 
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Another edition. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 12mo. [Elzevir. 
Amsterdam] 1655 

See also Eusebius Bomanus. Animadversiones. 

PRAEFATIONES et epistolae [in Latin or Greek] 
editionibus principibus auctorum veterum prae- 
positae, curante Beriah Botfield. 

4to. Cambridge, 1861 

PEAELECTIONES academicae in schola historices 
Camdeniana. 

8vo. Oxford, 1692 

PRAESTANTIUM et eruditorum virorum epistolae 
ecclesiasticae et theologicae, quarum longe major 
pars scripta est a Jac. Arminio, J. Uyten- 
bogardo, C. Vorstio, G. J. Vossio, H. Grotio, 
S. Episcopio, C. Barlaeo. Editio secuncla. [Edited 
by C. Hartsoeker and P. van Limborch.] 

fol. Amsterdam, l684 

PRAET, Joseph Basile Bernard van. 
See Van Praet, J. B. B. 

PRAET, Jules van. See Van Praet, J. 

PRAETORIUS, Abdias. De poesi Graecorum libri 

quatuor. 

8vo. Oporinus. Basle, 1561 

PRAGUE. Koniglich - Bohmische Landsarchiv. 
Die Bohmischen Landtagsverhandlungen und 
Landtagsbeschliisse vom Jahre 1526 an bis auf 
die Neuzeit : herausgegeben vom Koniglich- 
Bohmischen Landsarchive. 

In progress. 4to. Prague, 1877, etc. 



— Nadclnl Palack6ho. Pontes rerum Bohemi- 
carum. Prameny dejin Ceskych, vyddvane z 
naddnl Palackeho. [Edited by J. Emler.] 

Ill jnvgress. 4to. Prague, 1873, e/e. 

— Regia Societas Sci'entiarum. [Koniglich- 
Bohmische Gescllschaft der Wissenschaften.] 
See Scriptores rerum Bohemicarum. Prague, 

17«j-i82y. 



PRAISE. The prayse and commendacion of such 
as sought comen welthes : and to the contrary, 
the end and discommendacion of such as sought 
private welthes. Gathered both out of the 
scripture and phylozophers. 
8vo. T. Piaynold and IF. Hill. London [1548] 

PRANDI, Girolamo. Dissertazione intorno al 

sublime. 

4to. Bodoni. Parma, 1793 

PEATEUS, Ludovicus. 

See Juvenalis, D. J., and Persius Flaccus, A. 

Satirae. Paris, 1684, etc. 

PRATICHE osservazioni. See Marani, G. 

PRATILLI, Francesco Maria. Delia Via Appia 
riconosciuta e descritta da Roma a Brindisi 
libri iv. 

fol. Naples, 1745 

PEATINAS. &e Sappho. Obras. Madrid, 1797. 

PRATT, John Henry. 

See Eclectic Society. Eclectic notes. London, 
1865. 

PRATT, Samuel Jackson. 

See Blacket, J. Specimens of poetry. London, 
I8O9. 
„ Melmoth, 0., pseud. 

Harvest-Home ; consisting of supplementary 



gleanings, original dramas and poems, contribu- 
tions of literary friends and select re-publications. 
3 vols. 8vo. London, 1805 

PRATTEN, B. P. 

See Gregory, Saint, Bishop of Neocaesarea. 

AVorks. Edinburgh, 1871. 
,, Justin Martyr. Writings. Edinburgh, 

1867. 
„ Tatian. Writings. Edinburgh, 1867. 

PRAXILLA. 

See Cannina novem illustrium feminarum. Ant- 
7ceip, 1568. 
,, Poetriarum octo. Hamburg, 1734. 

PRAY, Georg. Annales regum Hungariae ab anno 
Christi CMXCVii ad annum mdi.xiv. 

3 vols. fol. Vienna, 1763-70 



PRAY— PRAYER 



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PRAY, Georg. Annales veteres Hunnorum, Avanim 
et Hungaronim ab anno ante natum Christum 
CCX ad annum Christi CJLXCVii. 

fol. Vienna, 17(il 

Calf, with tbc arms of Maria Tlieiesa of Austria, 
£mpress of Germany. 

Dissertationes historico-criticae in annales 



veteres Hunnorum Avarum et Hungarorum. 

fol. Vienna, 1775 

PRAYER. See also Liturgies. 

The books of the common praier and adminis- 

tracion of the Sacramentes, and other rites and 
ceremonies of the Churches : after the use of the 
Churche of Englande. 

fol. Richard Grafton. London [March] 1549 



Another edition. 

4to. John Oswen. Worcester [May] 1 549 



— Another edition. 

fol. Edward Whitchurch, iodrfoft [/«)'«] 1549 

— Another edition. (The Psalter or Psalmes of 
David after the translacion of the greate Byble.) 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Edioard IFliitchurch. 

London [1552] 

— Another edition. 

fol. EJtcard Whitchurch. London, 1552 

— Another edition. (The Psalter or Psalms of 



David.) 



2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. R. Jugge and 
J. Cawood. London, 1562 



Another edition. 

fol. Robert Barker. London, l604t 

■ Another edition. With the Psalter or psalmes 



of David. 



fol. Robert Barker. London, l607 



— Another edition. With the Psalter or psalmes 

of Da\'id. 

fol. Robert Barker. London, l6 11 

— Another edition. With the Psalter or psalmes 
of David. 

fol. Robert Barker. London, l6lC 

Richly gilt morocco, with the anns of James i. 

— Another edition. With the Psalter or psalms 
of David. 

4to. B. Norton and J. Bill. London, l6l9 

In an English embroidered binding, with the arms of 
Middleton of Chirk. 

VOL. III. 



PRAYER. The booke of the common praier and 
administracion of the Sacraments, and other rites 
and ceremonies of the Churches : after the use 
of the Churche of Englande. 

fol. B. Norton and J. Bill. London, 1 625 

Another edition. 

8vo. B. Norton and J. Bill. London, 1627 

Another edition. 

8vo. R. Barker and Assignes of J. Bill. 
London, l63'2 

The Booke of Common Prayer and Adminis- 
tration of the Sacraments. And other parts of 
divine Service for the use of the Church of 
Scotland. The Psalter or Psalmes of David. 
[Laud's Prayer Book.] 

fol. Robert Young. Edinburgh, 1637-36 

Calf, with the arms of Sir Robert Bruce Cotton. 

The book of common prayer and administra- 
tion of the sacraments, and other rites and 
ceremonies of the church of England : with the 
Psalter or psalmes of David. 

fol. T. Buck awl R. Daniel. Cambridge, 1638 



Another edition. 

8vo. R. Barker and Assignes of J. Bill. 
London, 1639 

Another edition. [The "Sealed book" with 



the form "At the healing."] 



Another edition. 



fol. London [l662] 



fol. London, 1669 



Old binding inlaid, with the arms otGeorge Honk, 
Duke of Albemarle. 



8vo. London, 1671 
4to. Cambridge, l673 



Another edition. 

Another edition. 

Another edition. 

fol. London, 1680 

Inlaid morocco, with the cipher of Charles ii. 

Another edition. 

fol. London, 1703 

The liturgy of the church of England, reduc'd 

nearer to the primitive standard, humbly pro- 

pos'd by W. Whiston. 

8vo. London, 1713 

The book of Common Prayer. Engraved by 

J. Sturt. 

4to. London, 1717 

y 



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PRAYER 



PRAYER. The book of common prayer. 

fol. London, 1728 



Another edition. 



8vo. London, 1731 



Another edition. 

4to. London, 1753 

Red morocco, with the ftnns of George n. 



Another edition. 



Another edition. 



8vo. Cambridge, 1760 



12mo. Cambridge, 1762 



— The Ijook of Common Prayer, as revised to the 
use of the Protestant Episcopal Church at a con- 
vention in Philadelphia, 1785. 

12mo. London, 1789 



The book of Common Prayer. 

fol. Oxford, 1799 

Another edition. 

8vo. Lmdon, 1802 



— The book of Common Prayer reformed : with 
the book of Psalms, and a collection of hymns. 
Edited by J. Disney. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. London, 1802 



The book of Common Prayer, with notes by 

Richard Mant. 

4to. Oxford, 1822 

The book of Common Prayer, revised [by Dr. 

Clarke and Theophilus Lindsey], with the 
Psalter. 

8vo. London, 1824 

The two Liturgies, 1549 and 1552, with other 

documents set forth by authority in the reign of 
King Edward vi. ; viz. The order of Communion, 
1548; the Primer, 1553; the Catechism and 
Articles, 1553 ; Catechismus Brevis, 1553. 
Edited by J. Ketley. [Parker Society, xiv.] 

8vo. Cambridge, 1844 



— The book of Common Prayer, printed by 
Whitchurch, 1549, commonly called the first 
book of Edward vi. 

fol. London, 1844 



— The book of Common Prayer. Noted by 
John Merbecke, 1550. 

4to. Londm, 1844 



PRAYER. The book of Common Prayer, printed by 

Whitchurch, 1552, commonly called the second 

book of Edward vi. 

fol. London, 1844 

The book of Common Prayer, printed by 

Grafton, 1559, commonly called the first book of 
queen Elizabeth. 

fol. London, 1844 

The book of Common Prayer, l604, commonly 

called the Hampton Court book. 

fol. London, 1844 

The book of^Common Prayer, printed at Edin- 



burgh, 1637, commonly called archbishop Laud's. 

fol, London, 1844 

The book of Common Prayer, as revised and 

settled at the Savoy conference, 1662 : reprinted 
from the sealed book. 

fol. London, 1844 



— The book of Common Prayer, as ordered by 
Queen Victoria, 1837. 

fol. London, 1844 

— The two books of Common Prayer set forth by 
authority of Parliament in the reign of King 
Edward the Sixth, compared with each other 
and edited by E. Cardwell. Third edition. 

8vo. Oxford, 1852 



— The annotated book of Common Prayer. Edited 
by J. H. Blunt. 

4to. London, 1866 

— Facsimile of the black-letter Prayer book con- 
taining the manuscript alterations and additions 
made in the year 1661, out of which was fairly 
written the Book of Common Prayer annexed to 
the Act of Uniformity, 1662. [With a preface 
by A. P. Stanley.] 

fol. London, 1871 

— Facsimile of the original manuscript of the 
book of Common Prayer, signed by the Convoca- 
tion December 20th, 1661, and attached to the 
Act of Uniformity 1662. 

fol. London, 1891 

— The book of Common Prayer as issued in the 
year 1549, in the reign of King Edward the 
sixth, being the original edition of the Prayer 
Book. Reproduced in facsimile. 

4to. 1896 



PRAYER 



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PBATEB. The book of Common Prayer, in eight 
languages ; English, French, Italian, German, 
Spanish, Greek ancient and modern, and Latin. 

4to. London, 1821 

Another edition. 



8vo. London, 1825 

[Common Prayer in Chinese.] 

8vo. [1800] 



La liturgie Angloise ou le livre des pri^res 

publiques, de I'administration des sacramens, etc. 
ito. Juhii Bill. London, l6l6 

Vellum, with the arms of James i. 

La liturgie ou formulaire des pri^res publiques, 

selon I'usage de I'eglise unie d'Angleterre et 
rirlande. 

8vo. Ghtemsei/, 1815 

The book of Common Prayer [in German and 

English] according to the use of the Church of 
Ireland. 

8vo. J. Crooke. Dublin, 1710 



■ The book of Common Prayer in Greek. 

l2mo. /. Field. Cambridge, 1664-65 



PRAYER. The book of Common Prayer, translated 
into the Mohawk language : to which is added 
the gospel according to S. Mark. Translated 
into Mohawk by Joseph Brant. 

8vo. London, 1787 

Lliver gweddi gyfTredin a' gwenidogaeth y 

Sacramentae, ac eraill gynneddfeu a' Ceremoniae 
yn Eccles Loeer. Psallwyr neu Psaimae David. 
[Translated by Richard Davie.s and William 
Salisbury.] 

fol. H. DenlMinfor H. Toy. London, 1567 

Llyfr gweddi gyffredin a gweinidogaeth y 

sacramentau a chrynheddfau a seremoniau 
eraill yr eglwys yn 61 arfer eghvys loegr. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1746 



Another edition. 



■ Another edition. 



8vo. Cambridge, 1664-65 



— Liber precum publicarum, seu ministerii eccle- 
siasticae administrationis sacramentorum, alio- 
rumque rituum et ceremoniarum in ecclesia 
Anglicana. 

4to. Reginald IVolfe. London [ 1 570] 

— Another edition. 

8vo. Thomas Vautrollicr. London, 1574 



— Another edition. Unii cum psalterio. [The 
dedication signed J. D. i.e. John Durel.] 

8vo. London, 1670 



— The book of Common Prayer, translated into 
Manks. 

12mo. Ramsay, Isle of Man, 1769 

— The morning and evening prayer, litany, 
Church catechism, family prayers and several 
chapters of the Old and New Testament. Trans- 
lated into the Mahaque Indian language by 
Lawrence Claesse, interpreter to William 
Andrews, missionary. 

4to. W. Bradfwd. New York, 11 \5 



8vo. Cambridge, 1770 



— The book of Common Prayer in short-hand, 
according to Mr. Westons excellent method. 

12mo. London, 1730 

— The book of Common Prayer according to the 
use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the 
United States of America. 

12mo. New York, 1823 



' Another edition. 



fol. New Y(n-k, 1893 



— Devoute prayers in englysshe of thactes of 
our redemption. 

8vo. Robert Redman. London [\ 531] 

— Orarium seu libellus precationum per regiam 
majestatem et clerum latine editus. 

8vo. Richard Grafton. London, 1546 

— The forme of prayers and ministration of the 
Sacraments used in the English congregation at 
Geneva, and approved by the famous and godly 
learned man, John Calvin. 

12mo. John Crespin. Geneva, 1556 

— A booke of private prayer necessarye to be 
used of all Christians with manye godlye prayers. 

l6mo. William Seres. London [1566] 

— A booke of christian prayers, collected out of 
the auncient writers. [Queen Elizabeth's prayer 
book.] 

4to. John Day. London, 1581 



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PRAYER— PREFACES 



PBAYEB. Liber precationum quas Carolus Calvus 
pro quotidiano usu in unum colligi et literis 
scribi aureis mandavit. 

8vo. D. Sartorius. Ingoldadt, 1583 



A booke of the forme of common prayers, 

administration of the sacraments, etc., agreable 
to Gods worde, and the use of the reformed 
Churches [The Middelburg Liturgy]. 

8vo. Richard Schilders. Middelburg, 1586 

A forme of prayer, necessary to bee used in 

these dangerous times of tvarre : wherein we are 
appointed to fast, according to his majesties pro- 
clamation ; for the preservation of his majestie 
and his realmes, and all reformed churches. 

4to. B. Norton and J. Bill. London, 1 628 

— — A forme of common prayer, together with 
an order of fasting : for the averting of Gods 
heavie visitation upon many places of this king- 
dome, and for the obtaining of his blessings 
upon us. 

4to. R. Barker and Assigms of J. Bill. 
London, 1636 



— A form of prayer, to be used upon the fifteenth 
of January in all churches and chappels within 
the cities of London and "Westminster, and upon 
the two and twentieth of the said moneth, in all 
other churches, being the days appointed for a 
general fast. 

4to. London, l66l 



— A form of common prayer, to be used upon 
the 30th of January, being the anniversary day, 
appointed by act of parliament for fasting and 
humiliation, etc. 

4to. London, l66l 



— A form of prayer, with thanksgiving, to be 
used of all the kings majestie's loving subjects 
the 29th of May yearly, for his majestie's happy 
return to his kingdoms : it being also the day 
of his birth. 

4to. London, l66l 

— A form of prayer and humiliation for God's 
blessing upon his majesty, and his dominions, 
and for the removing and averting of God's 
judgments from this church and state. 

4to. London, 1690 

— Liturgia Tigurina ; or, the book of Common 
Prayer and administration of the Sacraments 



and other ecclesiastical rites and ceremonies 
usually practised in . . . the city and canton of 
Zurick. Faithfully translated by John Conrad 
Werndly. 

12mo. London, 1693 

FBrAYEB. A form of prayer and thanksgiving, to 
be used on Thursday the first of May next, for 
the conclusion of the treaty for the union of 



Scotland and England. 



4to. [Edinburgh 1] 1707 



— Prayers to be used in all cathedrals, collegiate 
and parochial churches within England, Wales, 
etc., on all Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 
during the continuance of our danger from the 
plague. 

4to. London, 1720 

— Private prayers put forth by authority during 



the reign of queen Elizabeth ; the Primer of 
1559 ; the Orarium of 1560 ; the Preces privatae 
of 1564; the book of Christian Prayers 1578; 
with an appendix containing the Litany of 1544. 
Edited by W. K. Clay. [Parker Society, xliii.] 

8vo. Cambridge, 1851 

PRECATIO horarii. [Arabic] 

Greg. Gi'egmio. Fani, 1514 

PRECATIONES aliquot celebriores e sacris Bibliis 
desumptae, ac in studiosorum gratiam lingua 
Hebraica, Graeca et Latina in Enchiridii for- 
mulam redactae. 

8vo. Paris, 1554 

PRfiCHAC, De. 

See Cabinet des f^es. Amsterdam, etc., 1785-89. 

PRECIS des 6venemens et operations des armees 
franco-batave et anglo-russes dans la campagne 
de la Nord-Hollande : nos. 1, 2. 

2 parts in 1. 8vo. Hamburg, 1799 

historique de la vie du pape Clement xiv. 

12mo. Avignon, 1780 

PREDELLI, Riccardo. 

See Liber communis. Venice, 1872. 

PREFACES, dedications, epistles, selected from 
early English books, 1540-1701, with indexes. 
Edited by W. Carew Hazlitt. 

12mo. [London] 1874 



PREB^ONTAINE— PRESENT 



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PR6F0NTAINE, le chevalier de. Maison rustique 
a I'usage des habitans dc Cayenne. 

8vo. I'aris, 1763 

Red morocco, with the arms of the Due de Graraont, and 
his wife Beatrix de Choiseul-Stainville. 

PREJEVALSKY, Nicholas Michailovitch. From 
Kulja, across the Tian Shan to Lob-Nor. Trans- 
lated by E. D. Morgan ; including notices of 
the lakes of Central Asia, with introduction by 
Sir T. D. Forsyth, and maps. 

8vo. London, 1879 

PREJUDICE detected by facts ; or, a candid and 
impartial enquiry into the reign of Queen 
Elizabeth, so far as it relates to Mary queen of 
Scots. 

8vo. London [175."] 

PR^JUGflS militaires, par un officier Autrichien 

[Prince Charles JosErn Emmanuel de Lione]. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. KralovelJwta, 1783 

PRELIMINARY articles of peace between his 
Britannick majesty, and the king of Spain, 
signed at Versailles, the 20th of January 1783. 
[French and English.] 

4to. London, 1783 

articles of peace between his Britannick 

majesty, and the most Christian king, signed at 
Versailles, the 20th of January, 1783. [French 
and English.] 

4to. London, 1783 

PRENDERGAST, John Patrick. The Cromwellian 
settlement of Ireland. 

Svo. London, 1865 



PRESBYTERIALL (The) government examined, 
wherein the 
unfolded, etc. 



wherein the weaknesse of their grounds are 



4to. [London] 1641 

PRESBYTERIANS (The) letany, set forth, and 
ordained to be used, for the more speedy sup- 
pressing of the growth of independency, now in 
a very thriving way. [A satire.] 

4to. [London] 1647 

plea of merit in order to take oflF the Test (in 

Ireland) impartially examined. AVith an account 
of the state of Popery in that kingdom, etc. 
[By J. Swift.] Second edition : to which is 
added a narrative of the attempts the Dissenters 



in Ireland have made for procuring the repeal 
of the Test. [A reprint of Nos. 3 and 4 of 
' The Correspondent ' by Swift.] 

Svo. London [1733] 

See also Vindication of the Protestant Dissenters. 



PRESBYTERY display'd, for the justification of 
such as do not like the government, and for the 
benefit of those that do not understand it. 
Second edition, corrected. 

4to. London, l668 

PRESCOT, Kenrick. 

See P. (K.) Shakespear. [Cambridge] 1774. 

PRESCOTT, Isaac. Trial, for wanton, tyrannical, 

unprovoked and savage cruelty towards Jane 

Prescott, his wife. 

8vo. London, 1786 

PRESCOTT, William Hickling. Complete works. 
Edited by J. F. Kirk. 

15 vols. Svo. Fhiladelphiu [1872-75] 

1-3. Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. 
4-6. Conquest of Mexico. 
7, 8. Conquest of PeriL 

9. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 
10-12. Reign of Philip il. 
13-15. Reign of the Emperor Charles v. 

History of the conquest of Mexico, and life of 



Hernando Cortes. 



3 vols. Svo. London, 1843 



History of the conquest of Peru. Sixth edition. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1850 

History of the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. 

3 vols. Svo. Boston, ISSQ 



History of the reign of Philip the second of 

Spain. 

3 vols. Svo. London, 1855-59 

PRESENT (The) conduct of the war. 

Svo. London, 1746 

danger of Popery in England. 

4to. London, 1703 



disposition of England considered. 

4t0. London, 1701 



— dispute between the Dissenters and Church 
of England fairly stated. 

Svo. London, 1733 



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PRESENT— PRESSENSE 



PRESENT (The) French king demonstrated an 
enemy to the Catholick as well as Protestant 
religion. Translated from the French. 

4to. London, I69I 

government of England. 

See Britannicus, T., pseud. 



■ great interest. See K. (F.) 
(The) hour. 



8vo. London, 1782 



— interest of England stated. [By Slingsby 
Bethel.] 

•ito. London, 1671 

— interest of the people of Gt. Britain at home 
and abroad considered : in a letter to a member 
of Parliament. 

8vo. London [174:3] 

— national embarrassment considered, containing 
a sketch of the political situation of the heir 
apparent, and of the legal claims of the Parlia- 
ment now assembled at Westminster. 

8vo. London, 1789 

— state of British influence in Holland, ex- 
emplified by the States General's answer of the 
23 May 1742 to the earl of Stair's memorial 
for a new alliance. 

8vo. London, 174.2 

— state of Christendome and the interest of 



England, with a regard to France : in a letter to 
a friend. 

-tto. London, 1677 

— state of England. 

4to. [London, I694] 

— state of Europe ; explaining the interests, 
connections, and views of its several powers. 
[By John Campbell.] 

8vo. London, 1750 

— Fifth edition. 

8vo. London, 1757 

— state of Jacobitism. See F. (D.) 



— state of Maryland, by the delegates of the 
people. [Signed by Thomas Cockey Deye, 
speaker.] 

8vo. London, 1787 



PRESENT (The) state of Mr. Grcensheild's case now 
before the right honourable the House of Lords. 

Svo. London, 1711 

state of Popery in England. See E. (R.) 



— state of the British and French trade to Africa 
and America consider'd and compar'd : with 
some propositions in favour of the trade of 
Great Britain. 

8vo. London, 1745 

— state of the British constitution, deduced 
from facts. By an old Whig. 

8vo. London, 1793 



— state of the nation : particularly Avith respect 
to its trade, finances, &c. &c. : addressed to the 

king and both Houses of Parliament. [By 

Wheatley, or W. Knox.] 

4to. London, 1768 



— An Appendix to. The present state of the 
nation : containing a reply to the observations 

on that pamphlet. [By Wheatley, or W. 

Knox.] 

Svo. London, 1769 

— state of the national debt, with remarks on the 
nature of our public funds, and the uses which 
a large national debt may be of to a sole M — r. 

8vo. London, 1740 

taxes compared to the payments made to the 



publick within the memory of man. 

8vo. London, 1749 

PRESENTATION (The) in the Temple, a pageant, 
as represented by the corporation of weavers in 
Coventry : with a prefatory notice. [Edited by 
T. Sharpe.] [Abbotsford Club.] 

4to. Edinburgh, 1836 

PRESSENSt, Edmond de. The church and the 
French Revolution, a history of the relations of 
church and state, 1789-1802. Translated by 
J. Stroyan. 

Svo. London, I869 

Histoire des trois premiers sieeles de I'eglise 

Chr^tienne. Nouvelle edition. 

3 vols. Svo. Paris, 1888-89 

The ancient world and Christianity. Trans- 
lated from the French by A. H. Holmden. 

Svo. London, 1888 



PRESSENSE— PRl^VOST D'EXILES 



1461 



PRESSENSfi, Edmond de. The early years of 
Christianity. Vol. ii. The martyrs and apolo- 
gists. Vol. iii. Heresy and Christian doctrine. 
Vol. iv. Christian life and practice in the early 
church. Translated by A. H. HOLMDEN. 

4 vols. Svo. London, 1869-77 

The religions before Christ : being an intro- 



duction to the history of the first three centuries 
of the church. Translated by L. Corkran. 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1862 



Jesus Christ, His times, life and work. [Trans- 



lated by A. H. HoLMDEN.] 



Svo. London, 1866 



A study of origins ; or, the problems of know- 
ledge, of being, and of duty. Translated by 

A. H. HOLMDEN. 

8vo. Lmdm, 1883 

PRESTAGE, Edgar. 

See Azurara, (J. E. de. The chronicle of the 
discovery, etc. [Hakluyt Society.] 



PRESTBURY, Parish of. Register book of christen- 
ings, weddings and burials within the parish of 
Prestbury, in the county of Chester, 1560-1636. 
Edited by J. Croston. [Record Society, v.] 

Svo. [Manchester] 1881 

PRESTON, Sir Richard Graham, viscount. 
See Graham, R. 

PRESTON, William. 

&« Apollonius Rhodius. The argonautics. Dublin, 
1803. 

PRESTONGRANGE, William Grant, Lord. 
See Occasional writer. London, 174.';. 

PRESTWIOH, Sir John. Respublica ; or, a display 
of the honors, ceremonies and ensigns of the 
Common-wealth under Oliver Cromwell ; together 
with the names, armorial bearings, flags and 
pennons of the different commanders, etc. [Vol. i. 
No more published.] 

4to. London, 1787 

PRESTWIOH, Sir Joseph. Geology, chemical, 
physical, and stratigraphical. 

ii vols. Svo. Oxford, 1886-88 



PRETENCES (The) of the French invasion examined 
for the information of the people of England. 
[By William Lloyd, bishop of "Worcester.] 

4to. London, 1692 



of the Prince of "Wales examin'd and rejected, 
in a letter to a friend in the country. [By 



Maurice Fitzgerald.] 



4to. [Lmdon, 1701] 



PRETENDED (The) independence of the lower- 
house upon the upper a groundless notion : being 
a vindication of the Synodus Anglicana. [By 
Edmund Gibson.] 

4to. London, 1703 

PRETENDER (The) an impostor : being that part 
of the memorial from the English protestants 
to their highnesses the Prince and Princess of 
Orange, concerning their grievances, and the 
birth of the pretended Prince of Wales. 

Svo. London, 1711 

PRETTY, Francis. 

See Bry, T. de. Historia Americae. Part vlii. 
Frankfort, 1599- 

PREUSOHEN, Erwin. 

See Harnack, A. Geschichte der altchristlichen 
Litteratur. Leipzig, 1893, etc. 

PREVIOUS promises inconsistent with a free parlia- 
ment; and an ample vindication of the last 
parliament. 

Svo. Dublin, 1760 

PREVOST, Nicolas. Catalogue des livres fran9ois, 
italiens, et espagnols : qui se trouvent h. vendre 
dans la boutique de N. Prevost et comp. 

Svo. Laiulon [1728] 

Index librorum cusorum et venalium, in 



ofBcina N. Prevost et sociorum ; or, a catalogue 
of books printed, or sold by N. Prevost and com- 
pany. 

Svo. London, 1728 

PROVOST, Pierre. 

See Euripides. Les tragedies. Paris, 1782-97. 

PRiiVOST D'EXILES, Antoine Francois. 

See Histoire du chevalier Des Grieux. London, 
1782. 
„ Histoire g^n^rale des voyages. Pans, 1746-70. 
„ Manuel lexique. Paris, 1755. 



(Euvres choisies. 

39 vols. Svo. Amsterdam, 1783-85 



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PREYGER— PRICE 



PREYGEE, Abrahamus. 

See Seneca, L. A., and Publilius Syrus. Singu- 
lares sententiae. Leyden, 1708. 

PRIAPEIA. 

See Diversonim veterum poetanun. Venice, 
1534. 

PRIBEVO, Vinceii20. Delia origine et successi 
degli Slavi. 

4to. Aldus. Venice, 1595 

PRICE (The) of the abdication. 

4to. [Lovdon, 1693] 

PRICE, Charles. The fifth edition, much improved, 
being a more minute and particular account of 
that arch impostor Charles Price. 

12mo. Loiidon, 1786 

PRICE, Edmund. Sec Prys, E. 

PRICE, J. D. 

See Uvarov, S. S. Essay on the mysteries of 
Eleusis. Londm, 1817. 

PRICE, John. An historical and topographical 
account of Leominster and its vicinity. 

8vo. Ludlow, 1795 

PRICE, Sir John. 

See Caradoc, of Llancarfan. The historic of 
Cambria. London, 1584, etc. 

Historiae Brytanniae defensio et Monae 



Insulae descriptio. 

4to. Henry Binneman. London, 1573 

PRICE, Joseph. 

See Letter to Edmund Burke. [London, 1782.] 

A short commercial and political letter to 

C. J. Fox, on the subject of his Asiatic bills, now 
pending in Parliament. 

8vo. London, 1783 

Some observations and remarks on a late pub- 



lication intitled, Travels in Europe, Asia, and 
Africa. [By W. Macintosh.] 

8vo. London, 1782 

PRICE, Richard, Barrister-at-law. 

See Warton, T. History of English poetry. 
London, 1871, etc. 



PRICE, Richard, D.D. 

See Kippis, A. An address delivered at the 

interment. London, 1791- 
,, Morgan, W. Eeview of Dr. Price's writings. 

London, 1792. 
,, Priestley, J. Discourse on occasion of the 

death of Dr. P. Loiulon, 1791. 
„ Uncertainty of the present population. 

London, 1781. 
„ Wyvill, C. Collection of letters. London, 



— Britain's happiness, and its full possession of 
civil and religious liberty, briefly stated and 
proved : with an introduction by the editor. 

12mo. London, 1791 



— A discourse on the love of our country, de- 
livered on Nov. 4, 1789, to the society for 
commemorating the revolution in Great Britain. 
With an appendix. 

8vo. London, 1789 

See also Review of the pamphlet. 



Another edition. 



8vo. London, 1790 



— Additions to the discourse on the love of our 
country, containing communications from France 
occasioned by the congratulatory address of the 
Eevolution Society to the National Assembly, 
with the answers to them. 

8vo, [London, 1790] 



— Preface and additions to the discourse on the 
love of our country. Fourth edition. 

8vo. [London, 1790] 



— An essay on the population of England, from 
the revolution to the present time : with an 
appendix containing remarks on the account of 
the population, etc., in Mr. Eden's letters to lord 
Carlisle. 

Svo. London, 1780 



— Observations on the importance of the Ameri- 
can Eevolution, and the means of making it a 
benefit to the world : to which is added a letter 
from M. Turgot, with a translation of the will 
of Fortune Ricard. 

Svo. London, 1785 

— Observations on the nature of civil liberty, the 
principles of government, and the justice and 
policy of the war -with America. 

8vo. London, 1776 
See also Remarks on a pamphlet lately published. 



PRICE— PRIDEAUX 



1163 



PRICE, Richard, D.D. Additional observations on 
the nature and value of civil liberty, and the 
war with America ; also observations on schemes 
for raising money by loans, etc. 

8vo. London, Mil 

The general introduction and supplement to 

the two tracts on civil liberty, the war with 
America, and the finances of the kingdom. 

8vo. Lmdon, 1778 

A review of the principal questions in morals, 

particularly those respecting the origin of our 
ideas of virtue. Third edition. 

8vo. London, 1787 



— A sermon delivered to a congregation of Pro- 
testant Dissenters, at Hackney, on the 10th of 
February last, being the day appointed for a 
general fast. 

8vo. London, 1779 



The state of the public debts and finances at 

signing the preliminary articles of peace in 
January 1783 : with a plan for raising money 
by public loans, and for redeeming the public 
debts. 

8vo. London, 1783 

PRICE, Sir Uvedale. An essay on the picturesque 
as compared with the sublime and the beautiful, 
and on the use of studying pictures for the 
purpose of improving real landscape. 

8vo. Lmdon, 1794 

PRICE, William. Elements of the Sanscrit lan- 
guage. 

4to. London, 1828 

A grammar of the three principal Oriental 



languages, Hindoostanee, Persian and Arabic ; 
to which is added a set of Persian dialogues com- 
posed by Mirza Mohammed Sauliz of Shiraz, with 
an English translation. 

4to. Lmdm, 1823 

A new grammar of the Hindoostanee language, 

with selections from the best authors, phrases 
and dialogues. 

4to. London, 1828 

PRICE, William Salter. My third campaign in 
east Africa : a story of missionary life. 

8vo. London, 1890 
VOL. III. 



PRICHARD, J. V. 

See Montesquieu, C. de Secondat, baron de. 

The spirit of laws. London, 1878. 

PRICHARD, James Cowles. The eastern origin of 
the Celtic nations proved by a comparison of their 
dialects with the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, and 
Teutonic languages : forming a supplement to 
Researches into the physical history of mankind, 
edited by R. G. Latham. 

8vo. London, 1857 

The natural history of man. Third edition, 

enlarged. 

8vo. London, 1848 

Researches into the physical history of man- 
kind. 

5 vols. 8vo. London, 1841-51 

PRICKET, Robert. Honour's fame in triumph 
riding (l604). By R. P. A true coppie of a 
discourse written by a gentleman, employed in 
the late voyage of Spaine and Portingale, 1589. 
Edited by A. B. Grosart. [Occasional issues, 

xvi. 1.] 

4to. [Manchester] 1881 

PRIDE, Thomas. Last speech and dying-words of 
Thomas (lord alias colonel) Pride, being touched 
in conscience for his inhumane murder of the 
bears in the Beargarden, when he was high 

sherifi' of Surrey. 

4to. London, 1680 

PRIDEAUX, Humphrey. . 

See Case of clandestine marriages. London, 1 691 . 
„ Marmora Oxoniensia. Oxford, 1676. 

Ecclesiastical tracts, viz. : i. the validity of the 

orders of the Church of England ; ii. the justice 
of the law which gives the successor in any 
benefice all the profits from the day of avoidance ; 
iii. an award of King Charles i., etc., shewing 
that personal tithes are still due by the law. 

8vo. London, 1716 

Letters to John Ellis, under-secretary of state, 

1674-1722. Edited by E. M. Thompson. 
[Camden Society, N. S., xv.] 

4to. London, 1875 

The old and new Testament connected in the 

history of the Jews and neighbouring nations 

from the declension of the kingdoms of Israel 

and Judah to the time of Christ. The seventh 

edition. 

2 vols. fol. London, 1718-20 



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PRIDEAUX— PRIESTLEY 



PRIDEAUX, Humphrey. The original and right of 
tithes. 

8vo. Norwich, 1710 

Life : with several tracts and letters of his 



upon various subjects. 

8vo. London, 1748 

PRIDEAUX, Richard. 

See Further discovery. Gateside, l654. 

PRIDEAUX, Sarah Treverbian. An historical 
sketch of bookbinding, with a chapter on early 
stamped bindings by E. Gordon Duff. 

4to. London, 189S 

PRIERIAS, Sylvester. See Mazzolini, S. 

PRIEST (The) dissected : a poem, addressed to the 

Rev. Mr. , author of Regulus, Toby, Csesar, 

and other satirical pieces. By the author of the 
New Bath Guide [Christopher Anstey]. 

4to. Bath [1774] 

PRIESTCRAFT in perfection; or, a detection of 
the fraud of inserting and continuing this clause 
(the Church hath power to decree rites and 
ceremonys, and authority in controversys of 
faith) in the twentieth article of the articles of 
the Church of England. [By Anthony Collins.] 

8vo. London, 1710 

PRIESTLEY, Joseph, LL.D. 

)Se« Free address. London, 1780. 
„ Observations on the emigration. London, 

1794. 
,, Porcupine, P., pseud. Remarks on the 

explanation, etc. London, 1799- 
„ Small whole length of Dr. Priestley. London, 

1793. 
„ United Irishmen. Address to J. Priestley. 

[London, 1794.] 

A description of a chart of biography : with a 

catalogue of all the names inserted in it, and the 
dates annexed to them. 

12mo. I^ondon, 1785 



— A description of a new chart of history, con- 
taining a view of the principal revolutions of 
empire that have taken place in the world. 

12mo. London, 1770 

— A discourse on occasion of the death of ' 
Dr. Price, delivered at Hackney on Sunday, ' 
May 1, 1791. 

8vo. London., 1791 



PRIESTLEY, Joseph, LL.D. The evidence of the 

resurrection of Jesus considered, in a discourse 

delivered, at Buxton, on Sunday, September 19, 

1790 : to which is added, An address to the Jews. 

8vo. Birmingham, 1791 

Experiments and observations relating to 



various branches of natural philosophy ; with a 
continuation of the observations on air. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1779-81 

A familiar introduction to the theory and 

practice of perspective. 

8vo. Londm, 1780 

A history of the corruptions of Christianity, 

The second edition. 

2 vols. 8vo. Birmingluim, 1793 

Lectures on history and general policy, to 

which is prefixed an essay on a course of liberal 
education for civil and active life. 

4to. Birmingham, 1788 

Dr. Priestley's letter to the inhabitants of 

Birmingham : Mr. Keir's vindication of the 
Revolution dinner : and Mr. Russell's account 
of proceedings relating to it, with the toasts, etc. 

8vo. London, 1791 

Letters to the philosophers and politicians of 

France, on the subject of religion. 

8vo. London, 1793 

Letters to the right hon. Edmund Burke, 



occasioned by his Reflections on the revolution 
in France, etc. 

8vo. Birmingham, 1791 

Third edition. 

8vo. Birmingham, 1791 

A sermon on the subject of the slave trade ; 

delivered to a society of Protestant dissenters, 
at the new meeting, in Birmingham. 

8vo. Birmingham, 1788 

A view of revealed religion ; a sermon, preached 

at the ordination of the rev. William Field, July 
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Svo. Birmingham, 1790 

PRIESTLEY, Joseph, of the Aire and Calder Naviga- 
tion office. Historical account of the navigable 
rivers, canals, and railways of Great Britain, as 
a reference to Nichols, Priestley, and Walker's 
new map of inland navigation. 

8vo. London, 1831 



PRIMATICCIO— PRINSEP 



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PRIMATICCIO, Francesco. Les travaux d'Ulysse, 
desseignez par le sicur de Sainct Martin de la 
fagon qu'ils se voyent dans la maison royale de 
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PRIMATT, William. Accentus rcdivivi ; or, a 
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antiquity. 

8to. Cambiidge, 1764 

PRIME (The) ministers of Queen Victoria. Edited 
by S. J. Reid. Melbourne by H. Dunckley, 
Peel by J. MacCarthy, Derby by G. Saintsbury, 
Palmerston by the Marquis of Lome, Beaconsfield 
by J. A. Froude, Gladstone by G. W. E. Kussell, 
Salisbury by H. D. Traill, the Earl of Aberdeen 
by the Hon. Sir A. H. Gordon, Lord John 
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9 vols. 8vo. London, 1890-95 

PRIMER. See Horae. 

The Prymer ; or, lay folks prayer-book. Edited 



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Svo. London, 1895 

PRINCE PITT ! ! ! or, the patriot minister ! 

single sheet, fol. Lond/m [1788] 

PRINCE, John. Danmonii orientales illustres ; or, 
the worthies of Devon. 

fol. Exeter, 1701 

New edition with notes. 

4to. London, 1810 

PRINCE, Thomas, of Boston, New England. A 
chronological history of New England in the 
form of annals, 1736. Reprinted in Arber's 
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PRINCE, Thomas, of London. 

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PRINCELY (The) Pelican. Royal resolves, presented 
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PRINCE'S (The) right to the royal diadem, defended : 
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Serious address to the Queen, Prince of Wales, 
and the public at large. 

4to. London, 1788 



PRINCESSE (La) de C16ves. [By the Countess de 
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2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Paris, 1752 

PRINCIPES de messieurs Bossuet et F6nelon sur la 
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8vo. Paris, 1791 

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PRINCIPLES (The) and facts of the lord bishop of 
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Svo. London, 1732 



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PRINCIPUM et illustrium virorum epistolae. 

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PRINGLE, John Henry. 

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PRINGLE, WilUam. 

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PRINSEP, J. 

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London, 1755. 



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2 vols. 8vo. Loiulan, 1858 



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PRITCHARD, William Thomas. Polynesian remi- 


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PRIVILEGES— PROCEEDINGS 



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PRIVILEGES. The priviledges and practice of 
Parliaments in England. Collected out of the 
common lawes of this land. 

■ito. [London] 1628 



Another edition. 
Another edition. 
Another edition. 



4to. [London] l640 

4to. [London] iG^l 

4to. London, 1680 



— The priviledges of the citizens of London : 
contained in the charters granted to them by 
the several kings of this realm, and confirmed 
by sundry parliaments. 

4to. London, 1682 

The privileges of the University of Oxford, in 



point of visitation : cleerly evidenced by letter 
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4to. [Oxford] 1647 

PRIVILiiGES accordes a la couronne de France, 
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4to. Paris, 185,5 

des papes, empereurs, rois et princes de la 

chretiente, accordez a I'ordre Saint Jean de 
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fol. Paris, 1700 

PRIVY Council. See also Scotland, Privy Council. 

Proceedings and ordinances, 1386 to 1542. 

Edited by Sir H. Nicolas. 

7 vols. 8vo. London, 1834-37 

Acts: New Series, 1542-1580. Edited by J. 

R. Dasent. 

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PROAST, Jonas. 

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PROBA Falconia. See Falconia Proba, V. 

PROBABILITY (The), causes, and consequences of 
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8vo. [Dublin, 1799] 

PROBATIONARY odes for the laureateship : with a 
preliminary discourse, by Sir John Hawkins. 

8vo. London, 1785 

PROBUS, Aemilius. See Aemilius Probns. 

PROBUS, Antonius. 

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PROBUS, Marcus Valerius. 

&c Terentianus Maurus. De Uteris. Pam, 1510. 

PROBYN, John Webb. Essays on lUly and Ireland 
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8vo. London, 1868 

PR0C]6DUBES curieuses de I'inquisition de Portugal 
centre les francs-ma(-ons pour decouvrir leur 
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12mo. [Holland, 1745] 

PROCEEDINGS at a meeting of the Roman Catholics 
of Dublin : recommended to the consideration of 
their fellow subjects in England and Ireland. 

8vo. London, 1792 

(The) at the sessions of the peace, and Oyer 

and Terminer, for the city of London and county 
of Middlesex, 21-24 Feb. 1733 : number iii. 

2 parts. 4to. London, 1733 

at two meetings held 8-10 January, 1795, to 

consider the best means of alleviating the dis- 
tresses of the poor within the parish of St. James, 
Westminster, W. Devaynes, chairman. 

2 sheets, fol. [London] 1795 

in the present convocation : relating to the 

dangers of the Church, and the protestation 
against the irregularities of some of the lower- 
clergy [with MS. continuation]. 

4to. London, 1706 

of a general court-martial held at Colchester 

on seven officers of the A\'est Kent regiment of 
militia, by order of lieutenant-general lord 
Charles Fitzroy, on a charge exhibited against 
them by lieutenant-colonel Dalton. 

8vo. London, 1807 



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PROCEEDINGS— PROCLUS 



PROCEEDINGS of the honourable house of com- 
mons of Ireland, in rejecting the altered money 
bill on Dec. 17, 1753, vindicated by authorities 
taken from the law and usage of Parliament. 
[By Sir KiCHARD Cox.] 

8vo. DuUin, 1754 



— of the present parliament justified by the 
opinion of the most judicious and learned Hugo 
Grotius ; with considerations thereupon. 

4to. London, 1689 



— of the vice-chancellor and university of Cam- 
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[By William Sherlock.] 

fol. London, 1719 

principally in the county of Kent, in connec- 



tion with the Parliaments called in 1640, and 
especially with the Committee of Religion ap- 
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4to. Londov, 1862 

PBOCESSIONALE ad usum insignis ecclesie Sarum. 

4to. London, 1555 

PROCESSUS Ferdinandi de Aragonia contra Pyrrum 
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fol. Naples, 1488 

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processus Sathanae contra D. Virginem coram 
judice Jesu. ii. Jacobi de Ancharano processus 
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III. Martialis Arverni aresta amorum sive pro- 
cessus inter amantes cum decisionibus parlamenti. 

8vo. Hanau, l6ll 

PROCLAMATION (A) for tryall of the king, pro- 
claimed by sound of trumpets and drums, in 
Westminster Hall, at the Exchange, and in 
Cheapside, with the proceedings of the High 
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4to. London, 1648 

PROCLUS. 

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PROCLUS. 

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nunc primum editi : accessit Marini Neapoli- 
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LV. secundum Proclum. 

fol. Hamburg, l6l8 

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2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Paris, 1556 

Red morocco, with the arms and monogram of Dc Thou, 

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PROCLUS—PROGRAM ME 



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PROOLUS. Sphaera. [Latin.] Thoma Linacro 
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410. Apud Marlinum Juvenem. Paris, 1 553 

Philosophical and mathematical commentaries 

on the first book of Euclid's elements, to which 
are added a history of the restoration of Platonic 
theology by the latter Platonists, and a trans- 
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2 vols, in 1. 4to. London, 1792 

PROCNE. Progne, tragedia, nunc primum cdita. 
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— Historiarum sui temporis libri viii., gr. et lat., 
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2 vols. fol. Paris, 1662-63 

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12mo. Paris, 1669 



— Anecdota, arcana historia qui est liber nonus 
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fol. Lyons, 162.3 



— Another edition. Graece recognovit, emen- 
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8vo. Leipzig, 1827 

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12mo. Paris, I669 



— Of the buildings of Justinian, by Procopius 
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PROCTER, Bryan Waller. 
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PROCTER, Francis. A history of the Book of 
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Sixteenth edition. 

8vo. London, 1881 

PROCTER, Richard Wright. Memorials of bygone 
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8vo. Manchester, 1880 

PROCTOR, John. The historic of Wyates rebel- 
lion, with the order and maner of resisting the 
same, wherunto in the ende is added an earnest 
conference with the degenerate and sedicious 
rebelles for the serche of the cause of their daily 
disorder. 

8vo. Bdberi Cttly. London, 1555 

PROCTOR, Robert George Collier. An index to 
the early printed books in the British Museum : 
from the invention of printing to the year M.i)., 
with notes of those in the Bodleian Library. 

4 parts in 2 vols. London, 1898-99 

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PRODINUS, Antonius. Descriptio regni Hiberniae, 
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4to. Borne, 1721 

PRODROMUS, Theodore. 

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„ Homer. Batrachomyomachia. Basle, 1518, 
etc. 

PROFIT (The) and loss of Great Britain in the 

present war with Spain, from July 1739 to July 

1741. 

8vo. London, 1741 



Another edition. 



8vo. London, 1741 



PROFLIGATE (The): a comedy. [By George 

Watson Taylor.] 

4to. London, 1820 

PROGRAMME des c^r^monies qui doivent s'observer 
a I'investiture de sa majeste le roi de Danne- 
marc avec les ornements et habillements du tr^s 
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2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Ijmdon, 1822 



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PROGRESS— PROPERTIUS 



PROGRESS (The) of her majesty queen Victoria 
and priuce Albert to Burghley House, Northamp- 
tonshire, Nov. 18-t4. 

4to. London and Northampton [1845] 

PROLEGOMENA ad Novi Testamenti Graeci 

editionem accuratissimam e vetustissimis Codd. 

MS.s. deniio procurandam. [By J. J. Wetstein.] 

4to. Amsterdam, XIC^O 

PROLI, Charles de. Catalogue d'une fort riche et 
tres-belle collection de livres rares et choisis. 

8vo. Antwerp [1785] 

PROLIANUS, Christianus. Astrologia seu opus- 
culum dc totius orbis divisione, de Sphaera, de 
planetarum theoria, de distantiis orbium a centro 
terrae. 

4to. H. Aiding. Naples, 1477 

PROLUSIONS or select pieces of antient poetry, 
containing i. The notbrowne Mayde, Master 
Saekvile's Induction, and Overbury's Wife; ii. 
Edward ill., a play thought to be writ by Shake- 
speare ; iii. Nosceteipsum, by Sir J. Davis. 
[Edited by E. C.\pell.] 

8vo. London, 1760 

PROMPTORIUM parvulorum sive clericorum, quod 
apud nos medulla grammatice appellatur. [As- 
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fol. Richard Pynson. London [1499] 

Another edition. 

4to. Wynkyn de Worde. Londm, 1516 

Another edition. Olim e prelo Pynsoniano 

typis mandatum ; nunc primum, commentariolis 
subjectis, ad fidem codicum recensuit A. Way. 
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3 vols. 4to. London, 1843-fi5 

PROMTUARIUM iconum insigniorum a seculo homi- 
num subjectis eorum vitis per compendium ex 
probatissimis autoribus desumptis. [By Ci. 
EouiLL]^.] Editio secunda. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. Lyons, 1578 

PRONY, Gaspard Clair Franeois Marie Riche de. 
Baron. Nouvelle architecture hydraulique, con- 
tenant I'art d elever I'eau au moyen de diflerentes 
machines, etc. 

2 vols. 4to. P(!n>, 1790-96 

PROOF in the conjoined processes, George James, 
duke of Hamilton, lord Douglas Hamilton, and 
their tutors, and Sir Hew Dalryniple, bart., 



pursuers, against the person pretending to be 
Archibald Stewart alias Douglas. The pursuers' 
proof. 

4to. [Edinhirgh] 1766 

PROPER (A) dyaloge [in verse] betweene a gentill- 
man and a husbandman eche complayninge to 
other their miserable calamite through the 
ambicion of the clergye [by W. RoY ?], with a 
compendious olde treatyse shewynge how that 
we ought to have the scripture in Englysshe. 
Hans Luft, 1530. Reproduced in facsimile 
with an introduction by F. Ery. 

8vo. London, 1863 



Printed on vellum. 



Another edition. 



See Read. Rede me and be nott wrothe. London, 
1871. 

reply to Mr. P[ulteney]'s answer [to Remarks 



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8vo. London, 1731 

PROPERTIUS, Sextus Aurelius. 

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,, Ast, G. A. F. Observationes in Propertii 

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„ Catullus, C. V. Carmina. [Venice] 14-1 2, etc. 
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readers.] 
„ Electa majora. London, 1101. 
„ Electa minora. London, 1705. 
„ Poetae Latini. Milan, 1731-65. 
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Carmi 



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— Another edition. 

4to. [Frcdcricus Fermensis. Jesi] 1472 

— Elegiarum libri iv. Edidit Philippus Silvius 
in )isum Delphini. 

4to. Paris, 1685 



— Another edition. [Edited by Jan van Broek 

HUISEN.] 

4to. Amsterdam, 1702 

— Another edition. Ciiris J. Broukhu.sii. 
[Edited by P. Vlaming.] 

4to, Amsterdam, 1727 

~ Another edition. J. Passeratii praelectiones; 
J. Broukiiusii notae selectae; J. A. Vuu'ii 
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4 vols. 4to. Padua, 1755 



PROPERTIUS— rROSE 



1471 



PROPERTIUS, Sextus Aurelius. Elegiarum libri iv. 
Vadetate lectionis et adiiotationo illustrata a 
F. G. Barthio. 

8vo. Leijj-^itj, 1777 

Another edition. Cum commentario P. BuR- 

MANNi secundi, opus L. S^vntenius absolvit. 

•Ho. Utrecht, 1780 



— Another edition. Recensuit, illustravit C. T. 

KUINOEL. 

2 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1805 

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[Valpy's Delphin Classics.] 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1822 

PROPHYLACTICK from disloyalty. 
See Philobasileus, Theophilus, pseud. 

PROPOSAL (A) for establishing life-annuities in 
parishes for the benefit of the industrious poor. 
[By F. Maseres.] 

8vo. London, 1772 

for liquidating &6,666,6Q6r^ of the 3 per cents 

by converting the land tax into a permanent 
annuity. 

8vo. London, 179" 

for selling part of the forest lands and chaces, 

and disposing of the produce towards the dis- 
charge of that part of the national debt due to 
the Bank of England, and for the establishment 
of a national bank. 

4to. London, 1763 



— for uniting the kingdoms of Great Britain and 
Ireland. 

8vo. London, 1751 

— humbly offered. See G. (B.) 



PROPOSALS at large for the easy amendment of 
the roads by some further necessary laws and 
regulations concerning the wheels of all carriages. 
By a gentleman. 

8vo. London, 1753 

at large. An appendix ; or, further reasons in 

support of the plan or proposal for the easy 
amendment of the roads. 

8vo. London, 1753 

for carrying on the war with vigour, raising 

the supplies ivithin the year, and forming a 
national militia. To which are added Con- 
siderations in respect to manufacturers and 
labourers, and the taxes paid by them. 

8vo. London, 1757 

VOL, III. 



PROPOSALS for increase of wealth. 
See Wagstaflfe. 



— for raising a million of money out of the 
forfeited estates in Ireland : together with the 
answer of the Irish to the same, and a reply 
thereto. 

4to. London, IC94 



— for uniting the English colonies on the con- 
tinent of America, so as to enable them to act 
with force and vigour against their enemies. 

8vo. London, 1757 



tender'd to the consideration of both houses of 

parliament, for uniting the Protestant interest 
for the future ; and preventing divisions for the 
future : with the declaration of K. Charles 11. ; 
and some proposals of terms of union between 
the Church of England and Dissenters. Pub- 
lished by [William Sherlock] the dean of 
St. Paids. 

4to. London, 1689 

PROPOSED (The) system of trade with Ireland 
explained. [By George Rose.] 

8vo. London, 1785 

See also Burke, E. Reply to the treasury pamphlet. 

PROPOSITIONES mechanicae. 
See Rutherforth, T. 

PROPOSITIONS for improving the manufactures, 
agriculture, and commerce of Great Britain. 

8vo. London, 1763 

(The) made by the citie of London for the 



raising of a million of mony for the quick sub- 
duing of the bloudy rebels in Ireland, well 
weighed and considered of by divers gentlemen, 
and approved of by the house of commons. 

4to. Loiulon, 1642 

of the Irish rebells (by the name of the Roman 



Catholiques of Ireland) presented to his majestic, 
in pursuance of their remonstrance of grievances, 
and annexed to the said remonstrance. 

4to. London, 1644 

PROPRIETY (The) of retaining Gibraltar impartially 
considered. [By St. Clair.] 

8vo. London, 1783 

PROSE e versi per onorare la memoria di Livia 

Doria Caraffa principessa del S. R. Impcrio, di 

alcuni rinomati autori. 

4to. Parma, 1784 



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PKOSE Florentine raccolte dallo smarrito acca- 
demico della Crusca. [Edited by G. Bottari, 
R. A. Martini, and T. Buonaventuri.] 

17 vols. 8vo. Florence, 1716-45 

PROSPECT (The) before us : being a series of 
papers upon the great question which now 
agitates the public mind. [By Denis O'Bryen.] 

Svo. London, 1788 

(A) of Hungary, and Transylvania, with a 

catalogue of the kings of the one, and the princes 
of the other; together with an account of the 
qualities of the inhabitants, etc. 

4to. London, 1664 



PROSPER of Aquitaine, Saint. 
See Poetae Christiani Veteres. 
1504, etc. 



Venice, 1501- 



Epigrammata de virtutibus et vitiis ex dictis 

Augustini. 

Svo. L. Pachel and U. Scinzenzeler. 
Milan, 1481 

Another edition. 

4to. P. Freidburg. Mainz, 1493 

Pofeme contre les ingrats traduits en vers et 

prose [par de Saoy] : avec une lettre a Ruffin et 
un abrege de toute sa doctrine touchant la grace 
et le libre arbitre. [Latin and French.] 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. [Holland "i] lC79 

PROSSER, George Frederick. Select illustrations 
of the county of Surrey. 

fol. Lcmdon, 1828 

PROTEST (A) against T. Paine's ' Rights of Man ' : 
addressed to the members of the Book Society 

of . [By John Bowles.] Printed by the 

Society for preserving liberty and property, etc. 

8vo. London, 1792 

The pr . t . st of the m . . ch . . ts of G . . . t 

B n against the pr . 1 . m . . . ry A . t . . . . s 

for a peace lately signed at A . x-la-Ch . pp . . le. 

Svo. London, 1748 

PROTESTANT (The) admirer; or, an answer to the 
Vindication of a Popish successor. 

fol. [London, 1681] 

ascendancy and Catholic emancipation recon- 



ciled by a legislative union. 



Svo. London, ISOO 



PROTESTANT (The) mask taken off from the 
Jesuited Englishman : being an answer to a 
book entituled, Great Britain's just complaint. 
[By Thomas Comber.] 

4to. London; 1693 

(A) monument, erected to the immortal glory 

of the Whiggs and the Dutch, it being a full 
and satisfactory relation of the late mysterious 
plot and firing of London. 

4to. London, 1713 

(The) petition and addresse [to the Lord 

Mayor and aldermen of London]. April SO, 
1681. 

single sheet, fol. [London] 1681 

PROTESTATION des Chartreux opposans i la bulle 
Unigenitus qui ont pris le parti de la fuite. 

4to. 1725 

(A) of the king's supreamacie made by the 

non-conforming ministers which were suspended 
or deprived 3. Jacobi, and by them published 
the same yeare, that is, A.D. l605 : now reprinted 
to shew the nonconformity of the doctrine and 
practice of the Presbyterians, etc. 

4to. Lomlon, 1647 

PROTESTS. See Parliament. 

PROTEUS Ecclesiasticus ; or, observations on Dr. 
Sh[erlock]'s late Case of Allegiance, etc., in a 
letter to Mr. P. W., merchant in London. 

4to. London, 1691 

PROTHERO, George Walter. A memoir of Henry 
Bradshaw, fellow of King's College, Cambridge, 
and University Librarian. 

Svo. Lcmdon, 1888 

PROTHERO, Rowland Edmund. The life and cor- 
respondence of Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, late 
dean of Westminster. By R. E. P., with the 
co-operation and sanction of G. G. Bradley, 
Dean of Westminster. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1893 

PROUDHON, Pierre Joseph. 

For Life, see Sainte-Beuve, 0. A. Paris, 1873. 

PROUSSINALLE, De, pseud, i.e. PiERRE Joseph 
Alexis Roussel. Histoire secrete du tribunal 
r($volutionnaire. 

2 vols, in 1. Svo. Paris, 1815 



PROUST— PRUDENTI us CLEMENS 



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PROUST, Jacobus. 

Sec Cicero, M. T. [Rhetorical works.] Omnes 
qui ad artem oratoriam. 
Oxfml, 1718. 
„ „ [Rhetorical works.] De claris 

oratoribus. Oxford, 1716. 
„ „ Do oratore. Oxford, \1\\. 

„ Gellius, A. Noctes Atticae. Paris, 1681. 

PBOUT, Samuel. 

See Ruskin, J. Notes on S. P. [London, 1879], 
elc. 
„ „ Samuel Prout. Oxford, 1870. 

PEOUT, William. Chemistry, meteorology and the 
function of digestion considered with reference 
to natural theology. [Bridgewater Treatises, 
viii.] 

8vo. London, 1834 

PROVENCE, Louis Stanislas Xavier, comte d'. 
See Louis XVIII., King of France. 

PROVERBES dramatiques. [By N. Carmontelle.] 
Deuxifeme edition. 

8 vols, in -t. 8vo. Amsterdam and 
Versailles, 1781-83 

PEOVERBIORUM Arabicorum centuriae duae ab 
anonymo quodam Arabe coUectae et explicatae, 
cum interpretatione Latina et scholiis J. ScALi- 
GERi et T. Erpenii. 

4to. Officina BnpheleiKjiana. Leyden, l6l4 

Yellow morocco, with the arms of J. A. rle llion. 

PROVIDENCE and precept ; or, the case of doing 
evil that good may come of it, stated and 
resolved ; according to scripture, reason, and the 
(primitive) practice of the Church of England. 
With a more particular respect to a late Case 

of Allegiance. [By Richardson.] 

4to. London, I691 

PROVINCIALE omnium ecclesiarum cathedralium 
univcrsi orbis cum cujusque regionis monetae 
nomenclatura et valore, nuper ex Ubro Cancel- 
lariae Apostolicae excerptum. 

4to. Lud. Sabiensis for J. B. Bozola. 
Brescia, 1563 

PROVISIONAL articles signed at Paris, the 30th of 
November, 1782, by the commissioner of his 
Britannic majesty, and the commissioners of the 
United States of America. 

4to. London, 1783 



PROWETT, J. A. 

See Pcems by a father. London, 1 845. 

PROWITT, Edward. 

Se<; F. (V.) A short tribute to the memory of 
E. Prowitt. Newcastle [1803 1\ 

PROX, Johann Heinrich. Q. B. D. V. : de poctis 
Alsatiae eroticis medii aevi, vulgo, von den 
elsaessischen Minnesingerii, disputabit auctor 
18 Sept. 1786. 

4to. Strasburg [1786] 

PRUDENTIALL (The) Ballance of Religion, wherin 
the Catholike and Protestant religion are weighed 
together with the weights of Prudence and right 
reason. [By Richard Smith, Bishop of Chal- 
cedon.] 

8vo. [Printed abroad] 1609 

PBUDENTIUS CLEMENS, Aurelius. 

See Ovidius Naso, P. Commeutarius Erasmi. 
Parii, l.')39. 
„ Poetae Christiani Veteres. Venice, 1501- 

1504, etc. 
„ Sednlius, C. Carmen paschale. Milan 
[1501]. 



Opera. 



4to. [R. Paffraet. Deventer, 1497] 



— Opera, T. Pulmanni et V. Giselini opera 
emendata, et V. Giselini commentarius. 

8vo. Chr. Plantin. Antwerp, 1564 

— Opera, recensita notisque illustrata a JoHANNE 

Weitzio. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Hanau, l6l3 



— Quae extant, N. Heinsiu.s recensuit, et anim- 
adversiones adjecit. 

2 vols, in 1. 12mo. Dan. Ehevir. 
Amsterdam, 1667 

— Opera : interpretatione ot notis illustra\'it S. 
CiLVMiLLARD in usum Delphini. 



4to. Parts, 1687 

Opera omnia. 

2 vols. 4to. [Bodoni.] Parma, 1788 



— Carmina : glossis Isonis magistri et aliis 
veterum illustrata a F. Arevalo. 

2 vols. 4to. Rome, 1788-89 



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PRUDENTIUS CLEMENS, Aurelius. Opera omnia, 

ex editions Parmensi. [Valpy's Dolphin Classics.] 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1824 

Carmen de invcntione novi ignis paschalis. 

4to. [LeiiKig, 1490] 

Liber hymnorum. 

4to. /. Winterhurg. Vienna [1496] 



De septem peccatis mortalibus. 

fol. [Nuremberg, 1476] 



Psichimachia et quedam ex hymnis ejus electa. 

8vo. Avignon, 1502 



PRUEN, Thomas. A catalogue of a small collection 
of books. Comprehending specimens of early 
typography, missals, etc. 

8vo. Cheltenham, 1805 

An illustration of the liturgy and service of 



the church of England, with a sketch of the 
history of the church. 

2vols.ini. 4to. Lomhn, \&\ 5-9.0 

PRUS, Madame. A residence in Algeria. Trans- 
lated from the French. 

8vo. London, 1852 

PRXJSSE (La) ct sa neutralite. [By D. Dufour de 

Pradt.] 

8vo. London, 1800 

PRUVOST, Alexandre. 

See Bergues Saint Wince, Abbey of. Chronique 
ct cartulaire. Bruges, \?<1 5-19. 

PRYCE, William. Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica ; 
or, an essay to preserve the ancient Cornish 
language, containing the rudiments of that 
dialect, in a Cornish grammar and Cornish- 
English vocabulary. 

4to. Sherborne, 1790 

PRYME, George. Memoir of the life of Daniel 
Sykes, M.P. 

8vo. Wakefield, 1834 

PRYNNE, William, 

Sec Brief narrative of the manner, etc. London, 
1G60. 
„ Documents relating to the proceedings. 

[Camden Society.] 
„ Full declaration of the true state. London,, 
1660. 



PRYNNE, William. 

See Lord Bishops none of the Lords Bishops. 
[Edinburgh] 1640. 
„ True good old cause. [London, l659.] 
„ Unbishoping of Timothy and Titus. [Edin- 
burgh^ 1636. 
„ Vindication of the imprisoned members of 
the House of Commons. London, 1649. 

A breviate of the life of William Laud, arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, published as a necessary 
prologue to the history of his tryall. 

fol. London, 1644 

A brief memento to the present unparlia- 
mentary juncto, touching their present intentions 
and proceedings to depose and execute Charles 
Stuart, their lawful king. 

4to. London, l649 



— A briefe register, kalendar and survey of the 
several kinds, forms of Parliamentary writs. 

4 vols, in 6. 4to. London, 1659-64 



— Canterburies doome ; or, the first part of a 
compleat historj' of the commitment, charge, 
tryall, condemnation, execution of William Laud. 

fol. London, 1646 



— Concordia discors ; or, the dissonant harmony 
of sacred publique oathes, etc., lately taken by 
many time-serving saints. 

4to. Lotidon, 1659 

— Conscientious, serious, theological and legal 
quaeres, propounded to the twice dissipated self- 
created, anti-parliamentary Westminster Juncto, 
and its members. 

4to. London, 1660 



— An exact chronological vindication and his- 
torical demonstration of our British, Eoman, 
Saxon, Danish, Norman, English Kings supreme 
ecclesiastical jurisdiction. 

3 vols. fol. London, 1665-68 



— Hidden workes of darkenes brought to publike 
light, or a necessary introduction to the history 
of the archbishop of Canterburie's trial, discover- 
ing the secret proceedings of the Pope and his 
confederates to undermine the Protestant religion, 
manifested by sundry instructions, etc., and in- 
tercepted letters. 

fol. London, 1645 



PRYNNE— PSALMS 



U75 



PRYNNE, William. Minors no senators ; or, a 
briefe discourse, proving, that infants under the 
age of 21 years, are uncapable of being members 
of parliament. [Anon.] 

•ito. London, 1646 



Another edition. 



•tto. London, l6Cl 



— A moderate, seasonable apology for indulging 
just Christian liberty to truly tender consciences, 
conforming to the publike liturgy, in not bowing 
at the name of Jesus and not kneeling in the 
act of receiving the Loi-d's Supper. 

4to. London, 1662 



— Mola asinaria ; or, the unreasonable and in- 
supportable burthen now press'd upon the 
shoulders of this groaning nation : by the head- 
less head and unruly rulers that usurp upon the 
liberties and priviledges of the oppressed people. 

"ito. London, \659 



— The popish royall favourite ; or, a full dis- 
covery of his majesties extraordinary favours to 
papists, priests, etc., manifested by sundry 
letters of grace, warrants and other writings, 
collected and published. 

4to. London, 1643 

— The Quakers unmasked, and clearly detected 
to be but the spawn of Romish frogs, Jesuitcs, 
and Franciscan Fryers : sent from Itomc to 
seduce the intoxicated giddy-headed English 
nation. Second edition. 

4to. London, 1664 



— A short demurrer to the Jewes long discon- 
tinued remitter into England. 

4to. London, 1656 



— A short sober pacific examination of some 
exuberances in, and ceremonial appurtenances 
to the Common Prayer. 

4to. London, l66l 

— The subjection of all tray tors, rebels, as well 
peers, as commons in Ireland, to the laws, 
statutes, and trials by juries in the King's Bench 
at Westminster, for treasons perpetrated by 
them in Ireland, or any foreign country out of 
England. 

4to. London, 1658 



— The substance of a speech made in the House 
of Commons on Munday the fourth of December 



1648, touching the kings answer to the pro- 
positions of both houses upon the whole treaty, 
whether they be satisfactory or not satisfactory. 

4to. London, 1649 

PRYNNE, William. A true and perfect narative of 
what was done, spoken by and between Mr. 
Prynne, the old and new forcibly late secluded 
members, the army officers, and those now sitting 
both in the commons lobby, house or elsewhere, 
on Saturday and Monday last (the 7 and 9 of 
this instant May). 

4to. [London] 1659 

The university of Oxford's plea refuted ; or, 

a full answer to a late printed paper intituled, 
The priviledges of the university of Oxford in 
point of visitation, etc. 

4to. London, 1647 

See aUo Short censure of the book of W. P. 
PRYS, Edmund. Sec Bible, Welsh. 1677, elr. 

PSALMANAAZAAR, George. An enquiry into the 
objections against George Psalmanaazaiir of 
Formosa : to which is added G. P.'s answer to 
Mons. D'Amalvy of Sluice. 

8vo. London [1707] 

An historical and geographical description of 

Formosa, an island subject to the Emperor of 
Japan. Second edition. 

8vo. London, 1705 

PSALMS and hymns, sung in the church of St. 
Mary, Bryanston Square, Marlebone. A new 
edition, to which is prefixed a sermon on con- 
gregational psalmody, by T. F. Dibdin. 

12mo. London, 1832 

Polyglott. Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English. 

The Psalmes of David, in four languages, and in 
four parts set to ye tunes of our Church. By 
W. S. [i.e. William Slatyer.] 

12mo. London, 1643 



Arabic. Psalterium Arabicum. 

4to. ya5s^[l690] 



Dutch. Die duytsche souter. 

8vo. [/. Jiuohs^ocn.] Delft, 1480 

— English. Anglo-Saxon and Early English 
Psalter, now first published from Mss. in the 
British Museum. [Edited by J. Stevenson.] 
[Surtees Society, xvi., xix.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Z/oWon, 1843-47 



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PSALMS, English. Eadwine's Canterbury psalter. 
Edited by F. Harsley. Part i. [Early English 
Text Society, 92.] 

In progress. 8vo. London, 1889, elc. 

The earliest complete English prose Psalter, 

with eleven canticles and a translation of the 
Athanasian Creed. Edited by K. D. BuELBRlNG. 
Part i. [Early English Text Society, 97.] 

In progress. 8vo. London, 1891, etc. 

The Psalter or psalmes of David after the 

translacion of the great Bible, poynted as it shall 
be songe in Churches. 

4to. John Mychell. Canterbury, 1549 



Another edition. 

4to. JFilUam Seres. London, 1587 



— One and fiftie psalmes of David in Englishe 
metre, wherof 37 were made by Thomas Sterne- 
HOLDE and the rest by others. 

12mo. [John Crespin. Geneva, 1556] 

— The whole booke of psalmes, collected into 
Englysh metre by T. Starnhold, I. Hopkins 
and others. 

4to. John Doy. London, 1562 

— Another edition. 

4to. John Crespin. Geneva, 1569 



Another edition. 



4to. John Doy. London, 1573 



Another edition. 



4to. John Day. London, 1577 



Another edition. 



4to. John Day. London, 1581 

Another edition. 

4to. John Day. London, 1583 

Printeil on yellow paper. 

Another edition. 



4to. [London, l600] 

Another edition. 

fol. For the Company of Staiimers. 
London, l604 

Another edition. 

fol. F(yr the Company of Stationers. 
London, 16I2 
Another edition. 

4to. For the Company of Stationers. 
London, 1 6 14 



PSALMS, English. The whole booke of psalmes, 
collected into English metre by T. Starnhold, 
I. Hopkins and others. 

8vo. For the Company of Stationers. 
London, 1622 

Another edition. 

8vo. Fm' the Company of Stationers. 
London, 1626 

Another edition. 

fol. For the Company of Stationers. 
London, 1627 

Another edition. 

Svo. For the Company of Stationers. 
London, 1632 

Another edition. 

fol. T. Buck and B. Daniel. Cambridge, l63S 

Another edition. 

Svo. G M., for the Company of Stationers. 

London, 1638 



Another edition. 
Another edition. 
Another edition. 

Another edition. 

Another edition. 

Another edition. 

Another edition. 

Another edition. 
■ Another edition. 
• Another edition. 



Svo. London, 1641 

Svo. London, 1646 

Svo. [London^ 1649 

12mo. London, 1652 

Svo. London, 1653 

12mo. London, 1654 

4to. [Cambridge] 1673 

fol. London, l679 

12mo. London, l6S2 

fol. London, 1703 



— The psalms of David in metre allowed by 
authority of the general assembly of the Kirk of 
Scotland ; to which are added translations and 
paraphrases of several passages of sacred scrip- 
ture. 

Svo. Edinburgh, 1771 

— Another edition. 

Svo. Edinburgh, 1809 



PSALMS 



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PSALMS, English. The Scottish metrical psalter of 
A.u. 1()25, reprinted in full from the original 
work. Edited by N. Livingston. 

fol. Glasgvw, 1864 

The Psalms of David translated into lyrick 



verse by George Wither. [From the edition of 
1632. J [Spenser Society.] 

2 vols. 4to. Manchester, \'^%\ 

The Psalms of David, imitated in the language 

of the New Testament, and apply'd to the 
Christian state and worship. By Isaac Watts. 

8vo. London, 1719 

Psalmes or prayers taken out of holie scripture. 

l6mo. Thomas Berthelet. London, 1545 

A paraphrase of the Seven Penitential Psalms, 

in English verse, supposed to have been written 
by Thomas Brampton, 14.14; together wth a 
legendary Psalter of Saint Bernard, in Latin and 
in English verse. With notes by W. H. Black. 
[Percy Society, vii.] 

Svo. London, 1842 

A rhymed version of the Penitential Psalms, 

found in a manuscript written at Gloucester about 
1440, and now transcribed and edited by F. S. 
Ellis. 

8vo. Kelmscott Press. Hammersmith, 1^9^ 

Printed on vellaiD. 

Thirteen Psalms and the first chapter of Ecclesi- 

astes. Translated into English verse by John 
Croke, in the reign of Henry viii. : and other 
documents relating to the Croke family. [Edited 
by P. Bliss.] [Percy Society, xi.] 

Svo. London, 1844 

French. &e Bible, French. 1567. 

Les Psaumes de David, les dix commandemens, 

le cantique de Simon et quinze autres cantiques, 
pour les principales solennit^s mis en vers et 
not(5s pour etre chant^s. 

Svo. Guernsey, 1815 



German. Der Teutsch Psalter. 

Svo. Hans Schoensperger. Augsburg, 14:98 



— German, Low. [Psalter in the dialect of lower 
Saxony.] 

4to. [L. Brandis. Merseburg, 1473] 

Printed on vellum. 



PSALMS. Greek. Psalterium Graecum. 

4to. Fenice, I486 



Psalterium Graecum. 



l6mo. Strasburg, 1524 



— Another edition. 

24mo. C. Plantin. Antwerp, 1584 

— Hebrew. Psalterium Ilebraicum. 

Himo. Basle, 1547 

— Psalterium ecclesiae Anglicanae Hebraicum. 
The Hebrew Psalms, divided according to the 
verses of the Psalms in the liturgy, etc. [Edited 
by J. PiEEVES.] 

12mo. London, 1804 



Italian. Esepte psalmi pcnetentiali in rima. 

4to. [Venice, 1500] 



Setti psalmi penitenciali vulgarmente composti. 
4to. G. Schulilmsszen de Boll. Modena [1500] 

Latin. Psalterium Latinum. 

fol. Fust ami Schoeffer. Mainz, 1 457 

Printed ou Tellum. 

Another edition. 

fol. Fust and Schoeffer. Maim, 1459 

Printed on relliuo. 



Another edition. 



fol. [1470] 



— Another edition. Secundum stylum Romanae 

curiae, 

4to. [Johannes Adam de Polonia.] 
Naples, 1478 



Another edition. Cum expositione Brunonis. 
fol. [G. Bei/ser. JVurzhtrg, 1484] 



— Another edition. 

4to. Ctmrad KacMofen. Leipzig, X^B a 

— Another edition. 

4to. [Conradus Kachelofen. L-eipzig, 1485] 

— Another edition. 

fol. P. Schoeffer. Main:, 1490 

Psalterium cum hymnis et precationibus. 

iGmo. Fenice, 1495 

— Psalterium Latinum. 

Svo. JFijnkgn de JForde. fFestminster, 1*99 



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PSALMS, Latin. Psalterium seriatum secundum 
usum Cisterciensis ordinis. [Part of a Breviary.] 

■ito. [Paris, 1500] 

Printed on vellom. 

Psalterium Komanum ad usum cleri Basilicae 

Vaticanae. 

Svo. Borne, 1593 

Psalmi confessionales, in quibus peccator 

longaevus divinam pro peccatis suis miseri- 
cordiam implorat. 

12mo. Aldus. Venice, l602 



— [A facsimile reproduction of the Utrecht 
Psalter.] 

fol. London [1873] 

— The Utrecht psalter. Eeports addressed to 
the trustees of the British Museum on the age 
of the manuscript by E. A. Bond and others, 
with a preface by A. P. Stanley. 

fol. London, 1874 

— Swedish. Den Swenska Psalm-Boken. 

12mo. Stocklwlm, 1778 



Syriac. Psalterium Syriacum. 

Svo. Rome, 1584 

Welsh. See Bible, Welsh. 1677. 



FSELLTTS, Michael Constantine. 

See Aristotle. De virtutibus et vitiis liber. 
Strasburg, 15(iO. 



• Introductio in sex philosophise modos. [Greek.] 

Svo. Paris, 1540 



In physicen Aristotelis commentarii. J. B. 

Camotio philosopho interprete. 

fol. Aldus. Venice, 1554 

De lapidura virtutibus Graece ac Latine, cum 

notis J. P. Maussaci et J. S. Bernard ; accedit 
fragmentum de colore sanguinis. 

Svo. Leyden, 1745 

De operatione dacmonum dialogus. [Greek 

and Latin.] 

12mo. Kiel, 1688 

Opus dilucidum in quattuor mathematicas 

disciplinas, arithmeticam, musicam, geometriam 
ct astronomiam. [Greek. Edited by Aksenius, 
archbishop of iMonembasia.] 

Svo. Venice, 1532 

Another edition. [Greek.] 

Svo. J. Bogard. Paris, 1545 



PSELLUS, Michael Constantine. Synopsis legum 
versibus iambis et politicis studio F. BoSQUETl. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

Svo. Paris, 1632 

PSEUDO-ISIDORUS et Turrianus vapulantes, seu 
editio et censura nova epistolarum a B. Cle- 
mente ad Siricium. 

4to. Geneva, 1628 

PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius. 

See Proclus. Paraphrasis in quatuor Ptolemaei 
libros. Basle [1554], etc. 
„ „ Sphaera. [Greek and Latin.] 

London, 1620. 
„ Sphaerae atque astronun coelestinm ratio. 
[Basic'] 1536. 



— Table chronologique des r&gnes, prolongee 
jusqu'a la prise de Constantinople par les Turcs. 
Apparitions des 6toiles fixes, de C. Ptolemee, 
Theon, etc. Suivies des recherches historiques 
sur les observations astronomiques des anciens, 
traduites de TAllemand de M. Ideler, et pre- 
c^dees d'un discours pr6liminaire, etc., par 
I'Abbe Halma. [Greek and French.] 

4to. Paris, 1819 

— Hypotheses et epoques des plan^tes de C. P., 
et hypotyposes de Proclus Diadochus traduites 
du Grec en Fran^ais, etc., par rAEE:^ Halma. 
[Greek and French.] 

4to. Paris, 1820 

— [Almagestum.] Magnae constructionis, id est, 
perfectae coelestium motuum pertractationis lib. 
xiii. Theonis Alexandrini in eosdem com- 
mentariorum lib. xi. [Greek.] 

2 parts in 1. fol. J. JValder. Basle, 1538 

— [Almagestum.] Mathematicae constructionis 
liber primus ; Graece et Latine editus. Additae 
explicationes aliquot locorum ab Erasmo Ehein- 

HOLT. 

Svo. /. Luffl. Wittenberg, 1549 

— Liber de analemmate, cum notis F. CoM- 
mandinl F. Commaudini liber de Horologiorum 
descriptione. 

4to. P. Manutius. Rome, 1.562 

— De geographia libri octo. [Greek. Edited by 
Erasmus.] 

4to. Hieron. Froben and Nic. Episcopius. 

Bask, 1533 



PTOLEMAEUS— PUBLIC 



1479 



PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius. Theatrura geographiae 
veteris, in quo C. Ptolomaei geographiae libb. 
viii, graece et latine, recensuit P. Beiitius. 

3 vols, in 1. fol. Amsterdam, I6l8 

Vellura, with arms on the sides, 

Traits de geographic, traduit pour la premiere 

fois du Grec en Fran^ais par M. I'Abbe Halma. 
[Greek and French.] 

4to. Paris, 1828 

Cosmographia, interprete J. Angelio. [Latin.] 

fol. H. Ledlapis. Vicenza, 1475 



Another edition. 

fol. A. Buckinck. Rome, 1478 

Another edition. 

fol. Dominicus de LapU. Bologna, 
1462 [1482] 

Another edition. 

fol. Leon. Hoi. Ulm, 1482 

Printed on vellum. 



— Another edition. De locis ac mirabilibus 
mundi. [By N. DoNis.] 

fol. /. Ikger. Ulm, I486 



Another edition. 



fol. P. de Turre. Borne, 1490 



— Geographiae universae turn veteris turn novae 
absolutissimum opus, duobus voluminibus dis- 
tinctum in quorum priore habentur Ptolomaei 
libri octo [translated by B. PekCKHEIMEr], 
quorum primus illustratus est a J. A. Magino, 
in secundo volumine insunt Ptolemaei antiquae 
tabulae xxvii. et tabulae recentiores xx.xvii., 
cum expositionibus a J. A. Magino. [Latin.] 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. P. Keschedt for 
J. Jaiisson. Cologne, 1597 

€ 

— La geografia gia tradotta di Greco in Italiano 
da GiERO. Ru.scELLi, ed hora da Gio. Malombra 
ricorretta. 

4to. G. Ziletli. Venice, 1574 

— Harmonicorum libri tres : J! Wallis edidit, 
versione et notis illustravit, et auctarium adjecit. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

4to. Oxford, 1682 

— Planisphaorium [translated from Arabic into 
Latin]. Jordani planisphaerium. F. CoMMAN- 
DINI Urbinatis commentarius. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. Aldus. Venice, 1558 
VOL. in. 



PTOLEMAEUS, Claudiua. [Quadripartitum.] Libri 
(juatuor (de judiciis) compositi Syro fralri, et 
fructus librorum sive centum dicta. [Greek 
and Latin, translated by J. Camerarius and 
J. PoNTANi'S.] Matthaci Guarimbcrti opusculum 
de radiis et aspcctibus planctarum : aphorismi 
astrologici Ludovici dc Rigiis. 

4to. J. Petreius. Nuremberg, 1535 

De praedictionibus Astronomicis cui titulum 

fecerunt Quadripartitum, Graece et Latine, P. 
Melanthone interprete. Ejusdem fructus lib- 
rorum suorum, sive centum dicta, ox conversione 
J. PONTANI. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. J. Oporinus. 
Bask, 1553 



Composition mathematique, traduite pour la 

premiere fois du Grec en Frani'ais p<ir M. Halma, 
et suivie des notes de M. Delambre. [Greek 
and French.] 

2 vols. 4to. Pari.% 1813-16 

Operis quadripartiti in Latinum sermonem 

traductio adjectis libris posterioribus, A. Gogava 
interprete : item de sectione coniea, quae para- 
bola ilicitur, deque speculo ustorio, libelli duo 
hactenus desiderati. 

4to. Juc. Botiusfor P. Phalesius and 
M. Botarius. Louvain, 1548 

PTOLEMY Chennus. 

See Scriptores antiqui historiae poeticae. Paris, 
1675. 

PUBLICIUS, Jacobus. Artis oratoriae epitome, ars 
epistolaris, et ars memoriae. 

4to. E. BatdoU. Venice, 1482 



Another edition. 

4to. E. BatdoU. Venice, 1485 

Another edition. 

4to. E. BatdoU. Augsburg, 1490 

PUBLIC. Publick spirit of the Whigs. 

See Swift, J. 

A publike conference betwixt the six presby- 

terian ministers, and some independent com- 
manders : held at Oxford on Thursday, Novemb. 
12, lC46. [By Robert Waring.] 

4to. [London] l6i6 
T 



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PUBLILIUS— PUJOULX 



PUBLILIUS Syrus. 

See Carmina ettica. Pans, 1795. 
„ Phaedrus. Fabulae. Paris, 1729, etc. 
„ Seneca, L. A. Singulares sententiae. Leyden, 

1708. 
„ Terentius, P. Comoediae. Cambridge, 1726. 

PUCCI, Antonio. 

See Ildefonso di San Luigi. Delizie degli Eruditi 
Toscani. Florence, 1770-89. 

PUCKLE, James. The club : in a dialogue between 
father and son. 

8vo. London, 1817 

PUETTER, Johann Stephan. An historical de- 
velopement of the present political constitution 
of the Germanic empire. Translated from the 
German by J. Doknfoed. 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1790 

PUFENDORF, Samuel von, Baron. 

See Laurenbergius, J. Graecia antiqua. Amster- 
dam, l6()0. 
„ Meursius, J. Ceramicus geminus. Utrecht, 

1663. 
„ ,, Miscellanea Laconica. Am- 

sterdam, l66l. 
„ Monzambano, S. de, pseud. 

Commentariorum de rebus Suecicis libri xxvi. 

ab expeditione Gustavi Adolfi in Geruianiam ad 
abdicationem Christinae. 

fol. Utrecht, 1686 



De jure naturae et gentium libri octo. 

■Ito. Amsterdam, 1698 



Another edition. 



4.to. Frankfort, 1706 



— Le droit de la nature et des gens ; traduit du 
Latin par J. Barbeyrag. 

2 vols. 4to. Leyden, 1759 

— Les devoirs de I'homme et du citoien, traduits 
du Latin per J. Barleyrac. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1735 

— Histoire du r^gne de Charles Gustave, Koi de 
Sufede ; traduite en Fran9ois. 

fol. Nuremberg, 1697 

— Introduction k I'histoire gen^rale et politique 
de I'univers. Nouvelle Edition. [Edited, trans- 
lated and continued by A. A. Bruzen de la 
Martin I ERE.] 

7 vols. 12mo. Amsterdam, I7'-.'3 



PUFENDORF, Samuel von, Baron. Introduction k 
I'histoire moderne, generale et politique de 
I'univers. Nouvelle edition augmentee par 
M. Bruzen de la Martiniere, et continuee 
jusqu'en 1750 par M. DE Grace. 

8 vols. 4to. Paris, 1753-59 

PUGET DE LA SERRE, Jean. 
See La Serre, J. P. de. 

PUGH, Edward. 

See Cambria depicta. London, 181 6. 

PUGH, Robert. 

See P. (R.) Elenchus elenchi. Paris, 1664. 

PUGHE, William Owen. A dictionary of the 
Welsh language explained in English; with 
numerous illustrations from the literary remains 
and from the living speech of the Gymmry : to 
which is prefixed a Welsh Grammar. Second 
edition. 

2 vols. 4to. Denbigh, 1832 

PUGIN, Augustus. 

See Britton, J. Illustrations of the public build- 
ings. London, 1825-28. 

Specimens of Gothic architecture, selected from 



various antient edifices in England, accompanied 
by historical and descriptive accounts and a 
glossary of technical terms, compiled by E. J. 

WiLLSON. 

2 vols, in 1. 4to. London, 1821-23 

PUGIN, Augustus Welby Nortlimore. An earnest 
address, on the establishment of the hierarchy. 

8vo. London, 1851 

PUISATE, Joseph Genevieve de, Count. 
See Correspondance secrete. Paris, 1 799- 

Memoires, qui jjourront servir a I'histoire du 

parti royaliste durant la revolution. 

6 vols, in 5. Svo. London, 1803-8 

PUISSANT, Louis. Traite de topographic, d'arpen- 
tage et de nivellement. 

4to. Paris, 1807 

PUJOULX, Jean Baptiste. 

See Theatre Frangais. Petits Theatres, torn. iv. 
Paris, 1787. 



PULCI— PULPIT 



1481 



PULCI, Bernardo. 

-See Medici, L. de'. Poesie. Lmdm, 1801. 

Biicoliche elegantissimameiite composte da 

Bernardo Pulci Fiorentino. [The first part is 
a translation of Virgil's Bucolics.] Et da Fran- 
cesco de Arsochi Senese. Et da Hieronynio 
Benivieni Fiorentino et da Jacopo Fiorino de 
Boninsegni Senese. 

4to. A. Misclwmini. Florence, 1494 

PULCI, Luca. 

iSise Medici, L. de'. Poesie. London, \&0\. 



Cyriffo Calvaneo. 



4to. [Flm-ence, 1485] 



— Ciriffo Calvaneo, con la giostra del magnifico 
Lorenzo de Medici insieme con le epistole. 

4to. Giunti. Florence, 1572 



II Driadeo. 



4to. Flmx'Hce, 147,9 



Pistole in rima. 



4to. [Florence, 1488] 

PULCI, Luigi. 

^Ve; Franco, M. Sonetti. [Lucca] 1759. 
,, Medici, L. de'. Poesie. I^ondon, 1801. 
„ Rotta di Boncisvalle. Venice, 1775. 



■ Morgante Maggiore. 



fol. F. di Dino. Florence, 1482 

— Another edition. Corretto per L. Domknichi. 

4to. Girolamo Scotto. Venice, 1545 

— Another edition. Nuovamente corretto. 

4to. Bart. Scrmartelli. Florence, 1574 

— Another edition. [Edited with a life of the 
author by P. I. Pedaguccl] 

4to. Florence, 1732 



Another edition. 



3 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1768 



— Another edition. [Parnaso Italiano, torn, 
vii.-ix.] 

3 vols. 8vo. Venice, 178* 



Another edition. 



3 vols. 8vo. Milan, 1806 



PULGAR, Hernando de. 

See Anglerius, P. M. Opus epistolarum. Am- 
sterdam and Paris, l6~0. 
„ Cota, R. do. Coplos de Mingo Revulgo. 

Madrid, 1787. 

Cronica de los senores reyes Catolicos don 



Fernando y dona Isabel de Castilla y de Aragon. 
fol. B. Monfort. Valencia, 1780 

PULLAN, Richard Popplewell. 

See Newton, Sir C. T. History of discoveries at 
Halicarnassus, etc. London, 1862-63. 

PULLEN, Philip. 

See Southcott, J. Works. Exeter, etc, 1801-15. 

PULLING, Frederic Sanders. 

See Low, S. J. M. Dictionary of English history. 
London, 1885. 

PULMANNUS, Theodoras. 

See Horatius Flaccus, Q. Opera. Antwerp, 1 566. 
,, Juvenalis, D. J., and Persius Flaccus, A. 

iSatjTae. Anttcerp, 1566. 
„ Prudentius Clemens, A. Opera. Antwerp, 

1564. 
„ Terentius, P. Opera. Antwerp, 1560. 

PULPIT Commentary. Edited by H. D. M. Spence 
and J. S. EXEI.L, with introductions by F. W. 
Farrar, H. Cotterill, J. Tulloch, G. Raw- 
LIN.SON, and A. Pllmmer. 

37 vols. 8vo. London, 1881-91 

Genesis. Exposition and homiletics. By T. 
"Whitelaw. 

Exodus. Exposition and homiletics. By 
G. Rawlinson. 2 vols. 

Leviticus. Exposition and homiletics. By F. 
Meyrick. 

Numbers. Exposition and homiletics. By 
R. Winterbotham. 

Deuteronomy. Exposition by W. L. Alex- 
ander; homiletics bj' C. Ci.e.maxce. 

Joshua. Exposition and homiletics. By 
J. J. Lias. 

Judges. Exposition and homiletics. By Lord 
A. C. Hervey. 

Ruth. Exposition and homiletics. By 

J. MORISON. 

1 and 2 Samuel. Exposition by R. P. Smith ; 
homiletics by C. Chapman. 2 vols. 



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PULPIT— PULTENEY 



PULPIT Commentary (continued). 

1 Kings. Exposition and homiletics. By J. 
Hammond. 

2 Kings. Exposition and homiletics. By 
G. Rawlinson. 

1 and 2 Chronicles. Exposition and homiletics. 
By P. C. Barker. 2 vols. 

Ezra. Exposition by G. Rawlinson ; homi- 
letics by W. S. Lewis. 

Nehemiah. Exposition by G. Rawlinson; 
homiletics by G. Wood. 

Esther. Exposition by G. Rawlinson; homi- 
letics by J. R. Thomson. 

Proverbs. Exposition by \V. J. Deane and 
S. T. Taylor-Taswell ; homiletics by W. F. 
Adeney. 

Isaiah. Exposition and homiletics. By 
G. Rawlinson. 2 vols. 

Jeremiah and Lamentations.. Exposition by 
T. K. Cheyne ; homiletics by W. F. Adeney. 
2 vols. 

Hosea and Joel. Exposition and homiletics. 
By J. J. Given. 

Mark. Exposition by E. Bickersteth; homi- 
letics by J. R. Thomson. 2 vols. 

Luke. Exposition by H. D. M. Spence; 
homiletics by J. M. Lang. 2 vols. 

John. Introduction and exposition by H. R. 
Reynolds ; homiletics by T. Croskery. 2 vols. 

Acts of the Apostles. Exposition and homi- 
letics. By Lord A. C. Hervey. 2 vols. 

Romans. E.xposition by J. Barmby; homiletics 
by J. R. Thomson. 

1 and 2 Corinthians. Exposition by F. W. 
Farrar ; homiletics by D. Thomas. 

Galatians. Exposition by E. Huxtable; 
homiletics by T. Croskery. 

Ephesians. Exposition and homiletics. By 
W. G. Blaikie. 

Philippians. Exposition and homiletics. By 
B. C. Caffin. 

Colossians. Exposition and homiletics. By 
G. G. Findlay. 

1 and 2 Thessalonians. Exposition and homi- 
letics. By P. J. Gloag. 

1 and 2 Timothy. Exposition and homiletics. 
By Lord A. C. Hervey. 

Titus. Exposition and homiletics. By Lord 
A. C. Hervey. 



PULPIT Commentary {continued). 

Philemon. Exposition and homiletics. By 
S. J. Eales. 

Hebrews. Exposition by J. Barnby ; homi- 
letics by C. Jerdan. 

James. Exposition and homiletics. By 
E. C. S. Gibson. 

1 and 2 Peter. Exposition and homiletics. 
By B. C. Capfin. 

1, 2, and 3 John. Exposition by A. Plummer ; 
homiletics by C. Clemance. 

Jude. Exposition and homiletics. By 
S. D. F. Salmond. 

Revelation. Introduction by T. Randell ; 
exposition by A. Plummer, T. Randell, and 
A. T. BoTT ; homiletics by C. Clemance. 

PULPIT-FOOL (The) : a satyr. [By John Dunton.] 

4to. London, 1707 

PULSFOED, John. 

See Bible, English. N. T., Ephesians. 

PULSZKY, Ferencz. 

See Maury, L. F. A. Indigenous races of the 
earth. Philadelphia, 1857. 

PULTENEY, Sir James, Bart. The substance of a 
speech made in the house of commons, 19 Feb. 
1801, on a motion for an inquiry into the cause 
of the failure of the expedition to Ferrol. 

8vo. London, 1801 

PULTENEY, William, Earl of Bath. 
See Bath, W. P., earl of. 

PULTENEY, William, Esq. Considerations on the 
present state of public affairs, and the means of 
raising the necessary supplies. Second edition. 

8vo. London, 1779 

The effects to be expected from the East India 

bill upon the constitution of Great Britain, if 
passed into a law. 

8vo. London, 1783 

See also Some observations on the second edition. 
Thoughts on the present state of affairs with 



America and the means of conciliation. Second 
edition. 

Svo. London, 1778 



Third edition. 



Svo. London, 1778 



PULTENEY— PUSEY 



1483 



PULTENEY, Sir William, Bart. Substance of the 
speech of Sir W. P. on his motion, 7 April 1797, 
for shortening the time during which the Bank 
of England should be restrained from issuing 
cash for its debts and demands. 

8vo. London, 1797 

PULTON, Andrew. Remarks upon Dr. Tho. Teni- 
son's late narrative ; vnth a confutation of the 
doctor's rule of faith, and a reply to A. Cresner's 
pretended vindication. 

4.to. London, 1687 

PUNGILEONI, Luigi. Memorie istoriche di An- 
tonio AUegri, detto il Correggio. 

3 vols. Svo. Parma, \sn -21 

PUNISHMENTS (The) of China, illustrated by 22 
[coloured] engravings, explained in English and 
French. [By G. H. MasOxN ^ 

fol. London, 1801 

PUNSHON, William Morley. 

For Life, see Macdonald, F. W. London, 1887. 

PUPIENI, Agostino Santi, Count, pseud, i.e. 
GIU.SEPPE Antonio Costantini. 
See Costantini, G. A. 

PURCELL, Edmund Sheridan. Life of Cardinal 
Manning. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 189.'! 

PURCHAS, Samuel. Purchas his Pilgrimes in five 
bookes, contayning the voyages made by ancient 
kings, and others to and thorow the remoter parts 
of the knowne world. Purchas his Pilgrimage, 
or relations of the world and the religions ob- 
served in all ages. 

5 vols. fol. William Slansby. London, 

1625-26 

PURDY, John. 

Sec Rennell, J. Investigation of the currents of 
the Atlantic Ocean. London, 18.32. 

PURE, Michel de. 

See Maffei, G. P. L'histoire des Indes orientales. 
Paris, 1665. 

PUREY-CUST, Arthur Perceval. The heraldry of 
York Minster : a key to the history of its builders 
and benefactors, as shewn in the stained-glass 
windows, and in the carved work in stone. 

fol. London, 1890 



PURITAN Discipline tracts : reprinted from the 
black-letter editions, vnth introductions and 
notes [by J. P., i.e. JoHN Petheram]. 

6 vols. Svo. London, 1 8i2A7 

An epistle to the ternl)le priests of the Con- 
vocation House. By Maktin Mar-Prelate, 
gentleman. 

An epitome of the first book of Dr. John 
Bridge's Defence of the government of the chiu-ch 
of England in ecclesiastical matters. By Martin 

Marprelate. 

Pap with a hatchet ; being a reply to Martin 
Mar-prelate. 

Hay any worke for Cooper ; being a reply to 
the Admonition to the people of England. 

An almond for a parrot : being a reply to 
Martin Marprelate. 

An admonition to the people of England 
against Martin Mar - prelate. By Thomas 
Cooper, D.D., Bishop of Winchester. 

PURNELL, Thomas. 

See Herd, J. Histoiia quatuor regum Angliae. 
[Roxlnirghe Club.] 

PURSELL, Francis. A great defeat given to the 
rebells in Ireland, by Master George Courtney, 
governor of the castle of Limerick, related in a 
letter sent to G. Buck, Esq. 

4to. London, 1642 

PURSUITS (The) of Literature : a satirical poem, in 
dialogue ; with notes. [By T. J. Mathias.] 

Svo. London, 1797 

Sixteenth edition, to which is added an 

appendix. 

4to. London, 1812 

PURVER, Anthony. .?*■« Bible, English. 1764. 

PUSEY, Edward Bouverie. 

For Life, see Liddon, H. P. London, 1893-94. 
Sec Augustine, Saint. Confessions. Oxfmd,\93&. 
„ Bible, English. 0. T., Prophets. 1S77. 

The Articles treated on in Tract 90 recon- 
sidered and their interpretation vindicated in a 
letter to the Kev. R. W. Jelf. 

Svo. Oxford, 1841 

The church the converter of the heathen. Two 

sermons preached at Melcombe Regis, September 
9, 1838. 

Svo. Oxford, 1838 



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PUSEY, Edward Bonverie. Daniel the prophet. 
Nine lectures delivered in the Divinity School 
of the University of Oxford. 

Svo. Oxford, 1864 

The day of judgement. A sermon preached 

in St. Peter's Church, Brighton. Second edition. 

Svo. Oxford, 1840 

The doctrine of the Real Presence as contained 



in the Fathers vindicated. 



Svo. London:, 1855 



— An eirenicon. [Three letters on the unity of 
the Catholic church.] 

3 vols. Svo. London, 1865-70 

— The holy eucharist a comfort to the penitent. 
A sermon preached before the University. 

Svo. Oxford, 1843 

— A letter to Richard, Lord Bishop of Oxford, on 
the tendency to Romanism imputed to doctrines 
held of old, as now, in the English church. 

Svo. Oxford, 1839 

See also Strictures upon certain parts of Dr. P.'s 
letter. 



Parochial sermons. 



Svo. Oxford, 1865 



— Parochial sermons. 

3 vols. Svo. Oxford, 1868-73 

— Patience and confidence the strength of the 
church. A sermon preached on November 5th, 
1837, before the University of Oxford. 

Svo. Oxford, 1837 



— The Real Presence, the doctrine of the English 
Church. 

Svo. London, 1885 

— A sermon preached at the consecration of 
Grove church, August 14, 1832. Third edition. 

Svo. Oxford, 1856 

Sermons preached before the University of 



Oxford, between 1859 and 1872. 

Svo. London, 1872 

PUSEY, Philip Edward. 

See John, Chrysostom. Homilies on the Epistle 
to the Hebrews. Oxford, 1877. 

PUTEANUS, Jacobus. See Dupuy, J. 



PUTEANUS, Petrus. See Dupuy, P. 

PUTEO, Paris de. De duello. 

fol. [Sixtus Eiessinger. Naples, 1416] 



De duello [Italian]. 

fol. Sixtus Riessinger. [^Naples, 1476] 



Libellus syndicatus. 

fol. Biessinger and Tuppo. Naples, 1485 



PUTSCHIUS, Hellas. 

See Grammaticae Latinae auctores antiqui. 
Hanover, l605. 

PUTTE, F. van de. 

See Annales abbatiae Sancti-Petri Blandiniensis. 

Ghent, 1842. 
,, But, A. Cronica. Bruges, 1864. 
„ Male, J. P. van. Geschiedenis van Vlaen- 

deren van het jaer, 1566. Bruges, 1843. 
„ Oudenburg, Monastery of. Chronique. Ghent, 

1S43. 
„ Speculum Beatae Mariae Virginis. Bruges, 

1872. 
,, Wynckius, C. Gensianismus Flandriae oc- 

cidentalis. Bruges, 1841. 

Notice sur le mausol^e de la famille de Gros, 



avec des donn^es historiques sur cette famille. 
[Soci^te d'Emulation de Bruges.] 

4to. Bruges, 1842 

PUTTENHAM, George. The arte of English poesie, 
1589 [Anon.]. Edited by E. Arber. [English 
Reprints, xv.] 

4to. London, 1869 

PUTTOCK, Roger. Good and true newes from 
Ireland, being the copy of a letter sent from Mr. 
Rodger Buttock, shewing how 400 foot and 100 
horse under sir Charles Coat marched towards 
Ardee, etc., dated from Dublin 4 Aprill. 

4to. London, 1642 

PUY-LAURENS, Guillaume de. 
See Guillaume de Puy-Laurens. 

PUYSfiGUR, Jacques de Chastenet, viscomte de. 
Memoires : donnez au public par M. Du Chesne, 
avec des instructions militaires. 

2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1747 

PUYSEGUR, Jacques Frangois de Chastenet, 
marquis de. Art de la guerre par principes et 
par regies. 

2 vols, in 1. fol. Paris, 174S 



PYBUS— PYTHAGORAS 



1485 



PYBUS, Charles Small. The Sovereign. Addressed 
to H.I.M. Paul, Emperour of all the Russias. 

fol. London, 1800 

PYE, Henry James. Alfred : an epic poem. 

■ito. London, 1801 

Comments on the commentators of Shakespear, 

with observations on his genius and writings. 

8vo. London, 1807 

PYE, Samuel. Some observations on the several 
methods of lithotomy. In a letter to Dr. J. 
Lane. 

4to. London, 1724 

PYEE, John. 

See Payne, G. Lectures on christian theology. 
London, 1850. 

PYLADES Brixianus, pseud, i.e. Joannes Fran- 
CISCUS BUCCARDUS. Vocabularium. 

4to. /. Britannicus. Brescia, 1498 

PYM, Horace N. 

See Fox, C. Memories of old friends. London, 
1882. 

PYME, William Henry. The history of the royal 
residences of Windsor Castle, St. James's Palace, 
Carlton House, Kensington Palace, Hampton 
Court, Buckingham House, and Frogmore. 

3 vols. 4to. London, 1819 

PYRARD, Frangois. Voyage, contenant sa naviga- 
tion aux Indes orientates, Maldives, Moluques 
et au Bresil : nouvelle edition reveue par Du 
Val. 

3 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Paris, 1679 



Voyage to the East Indies, the Maldives, the 

Moluccas and Brazil. Translated from the 
French edition of l(il9 by A. Gray and H. 
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8vo. London, 1788 



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8vo. Lmidon, 1787 

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8vo. London, 1873 

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Translated by G. BuSK, A. TuLK and A. H. 
Hahday. 

Steenstrup, J. J. On the alternation of 
generations. Translated from the German 
version of C. H. Lorenzen by G. BuSK. 

Williamson, W. C. On the recent Foraminifera 
of Great Britain. 

RAY, John. 

For Life, see Derham, W. [Ray Society.] 
See H. (J.) North country words. [English 
Dialect Society] (for Collection of English 
words, etc.) 
,, Willughby, F. De historia piscium libri iv. 

Oxford, IfiS.'i-Sfi. 
„ „ Ornithologiac libri iii. Lon- 

don, 1676. 



— Correspondence. Edited by E. Lankester. 
[Ray Society, 1848.] 

8vo. London, 1848 



— A collection of English proverbs. Second 

edition. 

Svo. Cambridge, 1678 

— A compleat collection of English proverbs, also 
the most celebrated proverbs of other languages : 
to which is added a collection of English words 
not generally used. Third edition. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. London, 1737 

— A collection of English words, not generally 
used, in two catalogues, of such as are proper to 
the northern and the southern counties : with 
catalogues of English birds and fishes. 

Svo. London, 1674 



— L'Histoire Naturelle dclaircie dans une de ses 
parties principals, L'Ornithologic. Ouvrago 
traduit du Latin du Synopsis Avium de Ray, 

augments par M. Salerne. 

4to. Paris, 1767 



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RAY— RAYNOUARD 



RAY, John. Historia plantarum : nomenclator 
botanicus Anglo-Latinus, et supplementum : 
accesserunt historia stirpium iiisulae Luzonis a 
G. J. Camello, S.J., et Josephi Pitton Tourne- 
FOBT corollarium institutionum rei herbariae. 

3 vols. fol. Loiulon, 1686-1704 

Travels through the Low Countries, Germany, 

Italy and France : also, a catalogue of plants in 
those parts. 

Dr. Leonhart Rauwolf's journey to the East. 
Translated from the original High Dutch by 
Nicholas Staphorst : and travels into Greece, 
Asia, etc., collected : with 3 catalogues of trees, 
etc., in the Levant. The second edition. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1738 

Three physico-theological discourses concerning 

the primitive chaos, the general deluge, and the 
dissolution of the world and future conflagration. 
Third edition. [Edited by W. Derham.] 

8vo. London, 1713 

The wisdom of God manifested in the works 



of the creation. Fifth edition. 

8vo. London, 1709 

BAY, Playcard Augustin Fiddle. Zoologie uni- 
verselle et portative, ou histoire naturelle des 
quadrupfedes, cetacees, oiseaux, poissons, insectes, 
moUusques, vers, tant indigenes qu'exotiques. 
Avec un supplement par L. F. Jauffret. 

4to. Paris, 1804 

EAYMENT, Robert. The corn trade of Great 
Britain for eighteen years, from 1748 to 1765, 
compared with the eighteen years from 1771 to 
1788. 

8vo. London, 1790 

The income and expenditure of Great Britain 

of the last seven years examined and stated. 

4to. London, 1791 

RAYMOND, Georges Marie. 

See R. (G. M.) ]\I6taphysique des Etudes. Paris, 
1804. 

De la peinture consider^e dans ses effets sur 

les hommes en general et de son influence sur les 
moeurs et le gouvernement des peuples. 

8vo. ParL% 1799 

RAYMOND, John. An itinerary contayning a 
voyage made through Italy, 1646-47. 

12mo. London, 1648 



RAYMOND, Paul. 

See Bordenave, N. de. Histoire de Beam. Paris, 
1873. 

RAYMUNDUS, Joannes Baptista. 

See Bible, Polyglott. N. T., Gospels. 

RAYNAL, Guillaume Thomas Frangois. 

See Malo de Luque, E. Historia politica, etc. 
Madrid, 1784-90. 



Essai sur I'administration de St. Domingue. 

8vo. 1785 



— Histoire des ^tablissemens et du commerce des 
Europeens dans les deux Indes. [With atlas.] 

5 vols. 4to. Gemva, 1780 



■ The revolution of America. 

12mo. Londoui 1781 



BAYNALDE, Thomas. 

See Roesslin, E. The birth of mankynde. 
London, 1565. 

RAYNAUD, Furcy Maxime. 

See Heyd, W. Histoire du commerce du Levant. 
Leipzig, 1885-86. 

RAYNAUD, Gaston. 

See Froissart, J. Chroniques. Paris, 1869, etc. 

RAYNAUD, Th^ophile. See Solerius, A., pseud. 

RAYNEVAL, Joseph Mathias Gerard de. De la 

liberte des mers. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Paris, 1811 

RAYNOLDS, John. 

(See Scoloker, A. Daiphantus. [Manchester'] \%f,0 
(for Dolarney's Primerose). 

Dolarney's primerose ; or, the first part of the 

passionate hermit. [Roxburghe Club, v.] 

4to. London, 1816 

RAYNOR, Joseph. 

See Royaumont, Le sieur de. History of the 
Old Testament. London, 1688-90. 

RAYNOUARD, Frangois Juste Marie. Choix des 
poesies originales des troubadours. 

6 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1816-21 

Monumens historiques relatifs k la condam- 

nation des chevaliers du Temple. 

8vo. Paris, 1813 



RAZUMOVSKY— REASONS 



1507 



RAZUMOVSKY, Grigory, Count. CEuvres. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Lausanne, 1783-84 

BEA, Jolm. Flora : sen de florum cultnra ; or, a 

complete florilege, furnished with all requisites 

belonging to a florist. 

fol. London, l66;'> 

BEAD. Rede me and be nott wrothe. [By William 
KoY and Jerome Barlowe; Strasburg, 1528.] 
A proper dyaloge betweno a gentillman and a 
husbandman. A compendious olde treatyse, 
shewynge how we ought to have the Scripture 
in Englysshe, Marburg, 1530. Edited by E. 
Arber. [English Reprints, xxviii.] 

-Ito. London, 1871 

BEAD, John. A summary view of the spontaneous 
electricity of the earth and atmosphere ; wherein 
the causes of lightning and thunder, as well as 
the constant electrification of the clouds and 
vapours suspended in the air, are explained. 

8vo. London, 1793 

BEADE, William Winwood. 

See Schweinfurth, G. The heart of Africa. 
London, 1873. 

READING, Nathaniel. Tryal for attempting to 

stifle the king's evidence as to the horrid plot, 

had at the Kings Bench on Thursday 24 April 

1679. 

fol. London, 1679 

BEADING, WUliam. 

See Eusebius. Historiae ecclesiasticae. Carn- 
hridgo, 1720. 
„ Origan. De oratione liber. London, MH. 

BEAL Academia Espaiiola. 

See Dictionary. Spanish. Madrid, 1726-39. 
„ Gramatica de la lengua Castellana. Madrid, 

1781. 
„ Ortografia de la lengua Castellana. Madrid, 
1763. 

BEALE Deputazione di Storia Patria per le province 
della Toscana dell' Umbria e delle Marche. 
See Archivio storico Italiano. Florence, 1842, etc. 

BEALINUS, Bernardinus. In nuptias Pelei et 
Thetidis CatuUianas commentarius : et aliquot 
in varia scriptorum loca annotationcs. 

4to. Anselm. Giaccarellus. Bologna, 1551 



EEAPEBS (The) ; or, the Englishman out of Paris : 
an opera. [Translated or imitated from the 
French of ' Lcs Moissonneurs ' of C. S. Favart.] 

8vo. London, 1770 

BEASON and judgement ; or, special remarqucs of 
the life of the renowned Dr. Sanderson, together 
with his judgement for setling the Church. 

4to. Oxford, 1663 



(The) why : in answer to a pamphlet entitled, 

' Why do we go to war ? ' 

8vo. London, 1803 

REASONABLENESS (The) of applying for the 
repeal or explanation of the Corporation and 
Test Acts, impartially consider'd. [By Arthur 
Ashley Sykes.] 

8vo. London, 1736 

See also No reason for applying for the repeal, 
etc. 

of orthodox and Arian believing consider'd 



and compar'd : design'd as an appendix to 
Arianism confuted without disputing, etc. 

8vo. London, 1721 

of the augmentation of poor vicarages : with 

proposals thereunto. [By Thomas Breck.] 

4to. Cambridge, 1702 

REASONS against a standing army. 

8vo. London, 1717 

— . against a war, in a letter to a member of 
Parliament, by an old Whig. 

8vo. London, 1727 

against a war with France. [By Daniel 

Defoe.] 

4to. London, 1701 

against national despondency : in refutation 

of Mr. Erskine's View of the causes and con- 
sequences of the present war ; with some remarks 
on the supposed scarcity of specie. 

8vo. London, 1797 

against receiving the Pretender, and restoring 

the Popish line, together with some queries of 
the utmost importance to Great Britain. [By 
B. Hoadly.] 

8vo. London, 1710 



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REASONS 



REASONS for a registry : shewing briefly the great 
benefits and advantages that may accrew to this 
nation thereby. 

4to. London, 1678 

for a total change of a certain M[inistry] and 

the dissohition of the P[arliament]. 

4to. Lojidon [1710] 

for a war, in order to establish the tranquillity 

and commerce of Europe. [By Daniel Defoe.] 

8vo. London, 1729 

for addressing his majesty to invite into 



England their highnesses, the electress dowager 
and the electoral prince of Hanover : and like- 
wise, reasons for attainting and abjuring the 
pretended prince of Wales, etc. 

4to. London, 1702 

for adopting an union between Ireland and 

Great Britain. [By W. Johnson.] 

8vo. Dublin, 1799 

for altering the method used at present in 

letting church and college leases. [By John 

COLBATCH.] 

8vo. Cambridge, 1739 

for an augmentation of the army on the Irish 

establishment, offered to the consideration of the 

public. [By Jackson.] 

8vo. Dublin, 1768 



for an immediate war against France. 

8vo. London, 1760 [i.e. 1740] 



— for committing the duke of Ormond to the 
Tower. 

8vo. [London, \715 1] 

— for deferring or amending the bill that all 
proceedings in courts of Justice shall be in the 
English language. 

8vo. London [1732 1] 

— for not proceeding against Mr. Whiston by the 
Court of Delegates, in a letter to the reverend 
Dr. Felling. Second edition. 

8yo. London, 1713 

— for setling Admiralty-jurisdiction, and giving 
encouragement to merchants, owners, com- 
manders, masters of ships, material-men, and 
mariners. 

4to. [London] 1690 



REASONS for the indictment of the D. of York, 

presented to the grand jury of Middlesex, Satur- 
day, June 26, 80. 

single sheet, fol. [London, I68O] 

for the more speedy lessening the National 

debt, and taking off the most burthensome of 
the taxes. 

8vo. London, 1737 



— for Unitarianism ; or, the primitive Christian 
doctrine. [By David Jones.] 

8vo. London, 1792 

humbly offered to his majesty for his dispens- 



ing with the oath of allegiance as to the Duke of 
York, and for his sitting in the council of 
Scotland without taking the said oath. 

fol. London, 168O 



— humbly offered to prove that the letter printed 
at the end of the French memorial of justification 
is a French forgery, and falsely ascribed to his 
R[oya]l H[ighne]ss. 

8vo. London, 1756 



— humbly offered to the Parliament for abrogat- 
ing the observation of the thirtieth of January. 
[By John Wyng.] 

8vo. London, 1715 



— humbly submitted to the honourable members 
of both houses of Parliament for introducing 
a law to prevent unnecessary and vexatious 
removals of the poor. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1774 



— in support of the bill, brought into the House 
of Commons, by Mr. Curwen for the amendment 
of the law in respect to tithes. 

8vo. London, 1818 

— (The) of Mr. Bays changing his religion, con- 
sidered in a dialogue between Crites, Eugenius, 
and Mr. Bays. [By Thoius Brown.] 

4to. London, I688 



— of the new convert's taking the oaths to the 
present government. 

4to. London, I69I 



— of the present judgement of the university of 
Oxford, concerning the solemne league and 
covenant, the negative oath, the ordinances con- 
cerning discipline and worship. [By Robert 
Sanderson.] 

4to. [Oxford] 1647 

— Another edition. 

8vo. London, 1749 



REASONS— REGIT 



1509 



REASONS (The) offer'd against pushing for the 
repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. [By 
John Sladen.] 

8vo. Lomlon, 1732 

See also Answer to some cineries. 



taken out of Gods Word. See Jacob, H. 



— to shew, that there is a great probability of 
a navigable passage to the Western American 
ocean, through Hudson's Streights and Chester- 
field Inlet. 

8vo. London, 1749 

— (The) which induc'd her majesty to create the 
right honourable Eobert Harley a peer of Great- 
Britain. [Drawn up by Egbert Harley, earl 
of Oxford, and rensed by Swift.] 

4to. London, 1711 



Another edition. 



4to. London, 1711 



— why several of the clergy in the diocese of 
Chichester refus'd to sign an address entitled, 
The publick thanks of the clergy in the diocese 
of Chichester, to the hononr'd Arthur Turnour, 
Esq. 

4to. [London 1 1705] 



— why the approaching treaty of peace should be 
debated in parliament ; occasioned by the perusal 
of a Letter addressed to two great men. [By 
Owen Ruffhead.] 

Svo. London, 1760 

See also Bemarks on a pamphlet entitled Reasons. 



why this nation ought to put a speedy end to 



this expensive war; with a brief essay, at the 
probable conditions on which the peace, now 
negotiating, may be foiuulcd. [By D.vniel 
Defoe.] 

Svo. London, 1711 

RflAUMUR, Rend Antoine Ferchault de. Art dc 
faire eclorre et d'elever en toute saison des 
oiseaux domestiques de toutes espfeccs, soit par 
Ic moyen de la chaleur du fnmier, soit par le 
moyen dc celle du feu ordinaire. 

2 vols. 12mo. ParU, 1749 



JVI^moires pour servir k I'histoire des insectes. 
6 vols. 4to. Paris, 1734-42 



REBDORF. Collegiate Church of S. John Baptist. 
Opera rariora quae latitant in bibliotheca col- 
legiatae ecclesiae ad S. Joannem Baptistam in 
Kcbdorf : collegit et notis illustravit bibliothe- 
carius [Andreas Strauss]. 

4to. Eichstadt, 1790 

REBELLS (The) catechism, composed in an easy 
and familiar way, to let them see the heinousness 
of their oiTence, etc, [By Peter Heylin.] 

4to. [Oxford '{] 1643 

RECANATI. Giovanni Battista. 

See Poggio Bracciolini. Historia Florentina. 
Venice, 1715. 

RECANTATION (The) and humble submission of 
two ancient prelates of the kingdome of Scot- 
land [Lindsay, bishop of Dunkeld, and Grahame, 
bishop of Orkney]. As also, the act of the 
Assemblie, condemning episcopacy, etc. 

4to. [Edinhurcjli] 1641 

RECENSIO brevis mutilationum quas patitur Suidas 
in editione nupcra Cantabrigiaj, anni sidccv. 
[By J. Gronovius.] 

Svo. Leyden, 1713 

RECENTIORES poetae Latini et Graeci selecti 
quinque curis Josephi Oliveti collecti et editi 
[P.D. Huet, C. F.Fragnier, Boivin, Guillaume 
Massieu, and Bernard de la Monnoie]. 

Svo. Leyden, 1743 

RECHERCHES (Les) des Kecherches et autres 
anivres de Mr. Estienne Pasquier, pour la defense 
de nos roys contre les outrages dudit autheur. 
[By Francois Garasse.] 

Svo. Paris, 1622 

historiques et politiques sur Malte par M * * * 

[0. Bres] ornees de gravurcs, representant les 
medailles antiques, et de la carte de cette isle, 
par le citoyen Capitaine. 

Svo. Paris, 1798 



siu- I'usage des radeaux pour una descente. 

Svo. London, 1798 



sur Louis de Bruges, Seigneur de la Gruthuyse. 

[By J. B. B. VAN Praet.] 

Svo. Paris, 1S31 

RifcCIT des evenements arrives au Temple, depuis le 
13 aolit 1792, jusqu'c'i la mort du dauphin Louis 
XVII. [By Marie Therese Charlotte de 
France, duchesse d'Angouleme.] 

Svo. Paris, 1823 



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R]fcCIT historique de la campagne de Buonaparte en 
Italie, dans les ann(§es 1796 et 1797, par un 
t6moin oculaire [i.e. le P. Piuma]. 

8vo. London, 1808 

e6CITS d'un Menestrel. 

See Chronique de Rains. Paris, 1 876. 

EECKB, Elisabeth Charlotte Constantia von der. 
Voyage en Allemagne, dans le Tyrol et en Italie, 
1 804-6 : traduit de I'Allemand par la Bakonne 

DE MONTOLIEU. 

4 vols, in 2. 8vo. Paris, 1818 

RECLUS, Jean Jacques ilis^e. The earth ; a 
descriptive history of the phenomena of the life 
of the globe. Translated by B. B. Woodward, 
and edited by H. Woodward. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1871 

The universal geography, vols. i.-v. edited by 

E. G. Ravenstein, vols, vi.-xix. edited by A. H. 

Keane. 

19 vols. 8vo. London [n.D.] 

RECOLLECTIONS of an excursion to the monasteries 
of Alcobaca and Batalha. By the author of 
' Vathek ' [W. Beckford]. 

8vo. London, 1835 

of the peninsula, by the author of ' Sketches in 

India ' [MozLE Sherer]. 

8vo. London, 1823 

RECONCILER (The). [A political pamphlet.] 

8vo. London., 1716 

RECORD Society, for the publication of original 
documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire. 
In progress. 1879, etc. 

1. Lancashire and Cheshire church surveys, 
1649-55. Edited by H. FisHWiCK. 

2. 4, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25. An index to the wills 
and inventories now preserved in the Court of 
Probate at Chester, 1545-1760. Edited by J. P. 
Earwaker. 

3. 16, 17. Lancashire inquisitions returned 
into the chancery of the duchy of Lancaster, and 
now existing in the Public Record Office, London. 
Stuart Period. Edited by J. P. Kylands. 

4. See 2. 

5. The register book of christenings, weddings, 
and burials within the parish of Prestbury, in 
the county of Chester, 1560-1636. Edited by 
J, Croston. 



RECORD Society {continufd). 

6. Cheshire and Lancashire funeral certificates, 
1600-78. Edited by J. P. Rylands. 

7, 8. Lancashire and Cheshire records pre- 
served in the Public Record Office, London. 
Edited by W. D. Selby. 

9. The rolls of burgesses at the guilds 
merchant of the borough of Preston, 1397-1682. 
Edited by W. A. Abram. 

10. 13, 23. A list of the Lancashire wills 
proved in the archdeaconry of Richmond, and 
now preserved in Somerset Hovise, London, 
1457-1748, and of abstracts of Lancashire wills 
belonging to the same archdeaconry in the 
British Museum, 1531-1652. Edited by H. 

FiSHWICK. 

11. A calendar of Lancashire and Cheshire 
exchequer depositions by commission, 1558-1702. 
Edited by C. Fishwick. 

12. 31, 33. Miscellanies: — 

Vol. i. Homage roll of the manor of War- 
rington, 1491-1517. Loans, contribu- 
tions, subsidies, and ship money, paid 
by the clergy in the diocese of Chester, 
1620-39. Three Lancashire subsidy 
rolls, -^iz. for the hundred of Salford, 
1541, 1622, and the hundred of Ley- 
land, 1628; together with a recusant 
roll for the hundred of Leyland, 1628. 
Lists of the esquires and gentlemen in 
Cheshire and Lancashire, who refused 
the order of knighthood at the corona- 
tion of Charles i. List of the free- 
holders of Lancashire and Cheshire in 
1600. 

Vol. ii. The Book of the Abbot of Comber- 
mere, 1289-1529. The exchequer lay 
subsidy roll of Robert de Shireham and 
John de Radcliffe, taxers and collectors 
in the county of Lancaster, 1332. 

Vol. iii. A list of clergy for eleven deaneries 
of the diocese of Chester, 1541-42; to- 
gether with a list of the tenths and 
subsidy payable in the deaneries of the 
archdeaconry of Chester. Chorley 
survey. List of the wills, inventories, 
administration bonds, and testamentary 
depositions, now preserved at the dio- 
cesan registry, Chester, 1487-1620. 

13. See 10. 

14. Annales Cestrienses ; or, chronicle of the 
abbey of St. Werburg at Chester. Edited by 
R. C. Christie. 



RECORD— RECUEIL 



1511 



RECORD Society (continuid). 

15. See 2. 16, 17. See 3. 18. See 2. 

If). 3\remorials of the ci\il war in Cheshire 
and the adjacent counties, by Thomas Malbon ; 
and Providence improved, by Edward Burghall. 
Edited by James Hall. 

20. See 2. 

2 1 . The register book of christenings, weddings, 
and burials, within the parish of Leyland, in the 
county of Lancaster, iGiS-lllO. Edited bv 
\V. S. White. 

22. See 2. 23. See 10. 

24, 26, 29, 36. The Royalist composition 
papers, being the proceedings of the committee 
for compounding so far as they relate to the 
county of Lancaster. Edited by J. H. Stanning. 

25. See 2. 26. See 24. 

27. Lancashire lay subsidies, being an exami- 
nation of the lay subsidy rolls remaining in 
the Public Record Office, London, Henry in.- 
Charles n. Edited by J. A. C. Vincent. 

28. 34. Minutes of the committee for the 
relief of plundered ministers relating to Lanca- 
shire and Cheshire, 1643-60. Edited by W. A. 
Shaw. 

29. See 24. 

30. A collection of Lancashire and Cheshire 
wills, 1301-1752. Edited by W. F. Irvine. 

31. See 12. 

32. 35. Pleadings and depositions in the duchy 
court of Lancaster, time of Henry vn. and Henry 
VIII. Edited by H. Fishwick. 

33. &«12. 34. &e28. 35. See 32. 36. See 24,. 

37. An index to the wills and inventories now 
preserved in the probate registry at Chester, 
1761-80. Edited by W. F. Irvine. 

RECORD, Robert. The Castle of Knowledge, con- 
taining the explication of the sphere, bothe 
celestiall and materiall. 

fol. Reginald Wolfe. London, 1556 

RECORDS (The) of a church of Christ meeting in 
Broadmead, Bristol, l640-l687. Edited with an 
historical introduction by E. B. Underhill. 
[Hanserd KnoUys Society.] 

8vo. London, 1847 

VOL. III. 



RECORDS (Tlie) of Aboyne mccxxx-mdclxxxi. 
Edited by Charles, nth Marquis of Huntly. 
[Spalding Club, N.S.] 

4to. Aberdeen, 1894 

of the churches of Christ gathered at Fenstanton, 

Warboys, and Hexham, 1644-1720, edited by 
E. B. Underhill ; Grace, Mercy, and Peace by 
H. Denne. [Hanserd Knollys Society.] 

8vo. Lomlon, 1854 

of the past, being English translations of the 



Assyrian and Egyptian monuments ; published 
under the sanction of the Society of Biblical 
Archaeology. [Edited by S. Birch.] 

12 vols. 8vo. London [1873-81] 

RECREATIONS (Les) des Capucins. 

12mo. Tlie Hague, 1738 

RECRUITING (The) Serjeant : a musical entertain- 
ment. [By Isaac Bickerstaffe.] 

8vo. London, 1770 

RECTOR (The) of Sutton committed with the Dean 
of St. Paul's ; or, a defence of Dr. Stillingfleet's 
Irenicum, his discourses of Excommunication, 
Idolatry, etc. ; against his late sermon, entituled 
The mischief of separation. [By John Barret 
or V. AL.SOP.] 

4to. London, l680 

RECUEIL amusant de voyages en vers et en prose 
faits par differens auteurs, auquel on a joint une 
choix des epitres, contes et fables morales qui 
ont rapport aux voyages. [Edited by L. P. 
COURET DE Villeneuve and others.] 

4 vols. 12mo. Faris, 1783 

d'antiquites 6gyptiennes, 6trusques, grecques, 

romaines et gauloises. [By the CoMTE DE 
Caylus.] 

7 vols. 4to. Paris, 1752-67 

d'observations ^Idmentaires sur la tactique 

moderne, pour servir d'introduction et supple- 
ment aux reglements Prussiens. 

4 vols. 8vo. Nancy, 1773 

de diverses pieces. See L'Estoile, P. de. 

de documents relatifs k I'histoire des monnaies 

frapp^es par les rois de France, depuis Philippe ii. 
jusqu'i Francois I" par F. de Saulcy. [Docu- 
ments inedits sur I'histoire de France.] 

4 vols. 4to. Paris, 1879-92 



1512 



KECUEIL— KEDI 



BECUEIL de documents relatifs a la convocation des 
^tats generaux de 1789, par A. Brette. [Docu- 
ments inedits sur I'histoire de France.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1894-96 

de fragmens de sculpture antique en terre 

cuite. [By J. B. L. G. Seroux d'Agincourt ; 
edited by A. E. GiGAULT DE La Salle.] 

4to. Paris, 1814 



— de lettres pour servir d'eclaircissement a 
I'histoire militaire du regne de Louis Xiv. 
[Edited by H. Griffet.] 

8 vols. 12mo. The Hague, 1760-64, 

— de litterature, de philosophie et d'histoire. 
[By C. E. Jordan.] 

12mo. Amsterdam, 17 SO 



— de medailles de rois [1 vol.] ; de peuples et de 
villes [3 vols.] : melanges de diverses medailles 
[2 vols.], supplements [4 vols, in 2], lettres de 
I'auteur et additions [2 vols.]. [By Joseph 
Pellerin.] 

12 vols, in 10. 4to. Paris, Frankfort, etc., 

1762-68 

— de pifeces historiques. See Pasquier, E. 

— de pieces interessantes, concernant les anti- 



quites, les beaux-arts, les belles lettres, et la 
philosophie. [Translated in part from the 
English and from the German, by MM. Jansen 
and Kruthoffer.] 

6 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1787-89 

de pofetes gascons, P*-' partie contenant les 

ceuvres de Pierre Goudelin de Toulouse avec le 
dictionnaire de la langue toulousaine : 2''^ partie, 
les ceuvres du sieur Le Sage de Montpellier et 
du sieur Michel de Nimes. 

3 parts in 2 vols. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1700 

de travaux relatifs k, la philologie et a I'arch^o- 

logie 6gyptiennes et assyriennes. [Two series.] 
In irrogress. 4to. Paris, 1870, etc. 



de voyages au Nord, contenant divers m^moires 

trfes utiles au commerce et k la navigation. 
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EECUPERATI, Pietro. Orationi di P. E. et L. 
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4to. Florence, 1566 



RECUPERO, Giuseppe. Storia naturale e generale 
deir Etna. 

2 vols. 4to. Catania, 1815 

BEDDING, Cyrus. 

&6 Illustrated itinerary. Zon^Zwi, 1842. 



A history and description of modern vrines. 

Svo. London, 1833 



REDESDALE, John Freeman Mitford, 1st baron. 
Correspondence betvreen the right hon. lord 
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from the 28th of August, to the l6th of Sep- 
tember 1 803 : to which is added the narrative 
of the Rev. P. O'Neil. 

8vo. London, 1804 

REDFORD, George. Holy Scripture verified ; or, 
the Divine authority of the Bible, confirmed by 
an appeal to science, history, and human con- 
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Svo. London, 1837 

and RICHES, Thomas Hurry. The history of 

the ancient town and borough of Uxbridge. 

Svo. Uxhridgc, 1818 

REDFORD, John. 

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REDGRAVE, Gilbert Richard. Erhard Eatdolt and 
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REDGRAVE, Richard. 

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REDI, Francesco. 

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— Bacco in Toscana. [Parnaso Italiano, tom. xl.] 

Svo. Venice, 1789 

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12mo. Loiuion, 1804 

— Esperienze intorno a diverse cose naturali e 
particolarmente a quelle che ci son portate 
dair Indie. 

4to. Florence, l671 

— Another edition. 

4to. Florence, 1686 



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REDI, Francesco. Esperienze intorno alia genera- 
zione degl' insetti. 

4to. Florence, 1668 



Lettere, seconda edizione. 

3 vols, in 2. 4to. Florence, 1779-95 



Sonetti. 



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REDI, Gregorio. 

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REDMAN, Robert. 

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REDON, Abbey of. Cartulaire de I'Abbaye de 
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4to. Paris, 1863 

REDTEL, Friedrich. 

See Seneca, L. A. Tragoediae. Stettin, 1690. 

REED, Sir Edward James. Japan, its history, 
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visit in 1879. Second edition. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1880 

REED, Isaac. 

See Select collection of old plays. London, 1780. 

Bibliotheca Reediana : a catalogue of his 

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REED, Joseph. The register-office : a farce of two 
acts. A new edition. 

8vo. London, 1771 

Tom Jones : a comic opera. Second edition. 

8vo. London, 1769 

REED, Talbot Baines. 

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A history of the old English letter foundries, 

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4to. London, 1887 

REES, Abraham. 

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REES, Thomas. 

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REES, Thomas, Independent Minister at Beaufort. 
History of Protestant Nonconformity in Wales 
from its rise to the present time. 

8vo. London, I861 

REEVE, Edmund. An introduction into the Greeke 
tongue, in most plaine manner delivering the 
principall matters of the Grammar thereof. 

4to. London, 1650 

REEVE, Gabriel. Directions left by a gentleman 
to his sonns : for the improvement of barren 
and heathy land, in England and Wales. 

4to. London, l670 

REEVE, Henry. 

See Greville, C. C. F. The Greville memoirs. 
London, 1874, dc. 
„ Tocqueville, C. A. H. M. C. de. On the 
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REEVE, Sir Thomas. The replies of T. R. and 

C. Wearg in the House of Lords, 13 May 1723, 

in behalf of the bill to inflict pains and penalties 

on the late bishop of Rochester, against the 

defence made by the said late bishop and his 

counsel. 

fol. London, 1723 

REEVES, John. 

5ee Bible, English. 1802. 
„ Legal considerations on the regency. London, 

1789. 
„ Psalms, Hebrew. London, 1804. 
„ Thoughts on the English government. London, 

1795. 

Considerations on the Coronation oath, to 

maintain the Protestant reformed religion and 
the settlement of the Church of England. 

8vo. London, 1801 



Second edition. 



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REEVES, Jolm. A history of the law of shipping 
and navigation. 

8vo. London, 1792 

REEVES, William, Bishop of Down. 

See Adamnan, Saint. Vita sanctae Columbae. 
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REEVES, William, Vicar of Reading. 

See Justin, Martyr. Apologies. London, 1709. 

REFLECTIONS, moral and political on the murder 
of Louis the si.xteenth, in a sermon preached on 
that occasion on Sunday, Feb. 3d 1793 : with the 
will of Louis. 

8vo. London, 1793 



— on a pamphlet [by E. Ferguson] stiled, A 
just and modest vindication of the proceedings 
of the two last parliaments ; or, a defence of his 
majesties late declaration. [By Edmund Bohun.] 

4to. London, 1683 



— on a paper intituled. His majesty's reasons 
for withdrawing himself from Rochester. [By 
Gilbert Burnet.] 

4to. London, 1689 



— on Dr. Sachevcrell's Answer to the articles of 
impeachment, exhibited against him by the 
house of commons paragraph by paragraph. 

4to. London, 1710 

— on gaming, annuities, and usurious contracts. 

8vo. London, 1776 



Second edition. 



8vo. London, 1777 



— Reflexions on man, and his relation to other 
beings, designed to promote virtue and content- 
ment. 

8vo. London, 1733 



— on Mr. Clark's second defence of his letter to 
Mr. Dodwell. [By Anthony Collins.] 

8vo. London, 1711 



— Reflexions on representation in Parliament, 
being an attempt to shew the equity and prac- 
ticability of admitting the Americans to a share 
in the legislature. 

8vo. Lmidon, 1766 



— on the administration of civil justice in Scot- 
land, and on the resolutions of the committee of 
the house of lords relative to that subject. 

Svo. Edinburgh, 1806 



REFLECTIONS on the affairs of the dissidents in 
Poland. 

Svo. London, 1767 



— on the case of a regency. By a gentleman of 
Lincoln's Inn. 

8vo. London, 1789 



— on the case of Mr. Wilkes, and on the right of 
the people to elect their own representatives, to 
which is added the case of INIr. Walpole. 

8vo. London, 1768 



— Reflexions on the consequences of his majesty's 
[George III.] recovery from his late indisposition; 
in a letter to the people of England. 

Svo. London, 1789 



— on the expediency of opening the trade to 
Turkey. [By J. Tucker.] 

Svo. London, 1753 



— on the formation of a regency : in a letter to 
a member of the lower house of Parliament. 

Svo. London, 1788 



on the marriage act. 



Svo. London, 1764 



— on the natural foundation of the high antiquity 
of government, arts, and sciences in Egypt. 
[By Nathaniel Forster.] 

Svo. Oxford, 1743 



— on the Oxford theses. 

See Reflections on the relation of the English 
reformation. Amsterdam, 1688. 

— on the petition and apology of the six deprived 
l)ishops, with a vindication of those that refused 
to subscribe the said petition. 

4to. London, 1690 



on the present state of our East Lidia affairs. 

Svo. London, 1764 



— on the proclamation of 2 July 1783 relative to 
the trade between the United States of America 
and the West India Islands. [By Sir Philip 
Gibbes.] 

Svo. [London, 1783] 



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REFLECTIONS on the propriety of an immediate 
conclusion of pe.ace. [By Nicholas Vansittakt, 
Lord Bexley.] 

8vo. London, 1793 

on the relation of the English reformation [by 

D. Walker] lately printed at Oxford, part i. 
Reflections on the Oxford theses relating to the 
English refonnation, part ii. [By Gilbert 
Burnet.] 

2 parts in 1. 4to. Amsterdam, 1688 

on the Short history of standing armies in 

England. 

4to. London, 1609 



— upon a letter out of the country, to a member 
of this present parliament : occasioned by a late 
letter to a member of the house of Commons, 
concerning the bishops lately in the tower \i.e. 
W. Sancroft, etc.], and now under suspension 
[signed A. Z.]. 

4to. [London, 1692] 



— upon a libel [by C. Leslie] lately printed, 
entituled. The charge of Socinianism against 
Dr. Tillotson consider'd, etc. 

4to. London, I69G 



— upon natiu'alization, corporations, and com- 
panies ; supported by the authorities of both 
ancient and modern writers. By a Country 
Gentleman. 

8vo. London, 17.03 



— upon our late and present proceedings in 
England. 

4to. Edinburgh, 1689 



• upon reason. [By J. Hildrop.] Third edition. 

8vo. London, 1729 



— upon the Corporation and Test Acts, as they 
relate to the Protestant Dissenters. 

8vo. London, 1732 

— upon the late great revolution, wi-ittcn by a 
lay-hand in the country, for the satisfaction of 
some neighbours. 

4to. London, 1689 



— upon the late horrid conspiracy contrived by 
some of the French court to murther his majesty 
[William III.] in Flanders, and for which M. 
Grandvall was executed. 

4to. London, 1692 



REFLECTIONS upon the occurrences of the last 
year, from Nov. 1688 to 5 Nov. 1689. [By 
Edward Stephens.] 

4to. Lmulon, 1689 

See also Last year's transactions vindicated. 

upon the present state of aflfairs at home and 

al)road, particularly with regard to subsidies, 
and the differences between Great Britain and 
France. 

8vo. London, 17.55 

upon two books, the one entituled The Case of 



allegiance to a king in possession ; the other. An 
Answer to Dr. Sherlock's case of allegiance to 
sovereign powers. 

4to. London, 1691 

REFLEXIONS curieuses d'un esprit d^s-interress6 
sur les mati^res les plus importantes au Salut, 
taut public que particulier. [A translation of 
the Tractatus theologico-politicus of B. de 
Spinoza, by D. DE Saint-Glain.] 

12mo. Cologne, l678 

ou sentences. Sec La Rochefoucauld, F. de. 



— sur le seul moyen de terminer la guerre, en 
forme de supplement aux Eemarques [by Lord 
Auckl.\nd] sur les circonstances de la guerre au 
24 octobre 1795. 

8vo. London, 1796 



sur une conversation ministerielle entre le 

prince de Kaunitz et le comte de Wassenaar. 

8vo. [Amsterdam or Brussels] n 3'2 

REFORMATIO legum ecclesiasticarum ex authori- 
tate primum Regis Henrici 8 inchoata, etc. 
[Compiled by T. Cranmer and others, translated 
into Latin by W. Haddon and Sir J. Cheke, 
and edited with a preface by J. F., ix. J Foxe.] 
_ 4to. John Day. London, 1571 

REFORMATION no enemy. 
See Marprelate, M., pseud. 

REFORMERS no rioters : printed by order of the 
London Corresponding Society. 

8vo. [London, 1794] 

REFUTATION (A) of the letter to an hon. brigadier 
general, commander of his majesty's forces in 
Canada. [By Lord Thurlow.] 

8vo. London, 1760 



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REFUTATION des principes et assertions contenus 
dans une lettre [by P. S. Dupont de Nemours] 
qui a pour titre ; Lettre k la Chambre du Com- 
merce de Normandie sur le m6moire qu'elle a 
publie relativement au traite de commerce avec 
I'Angleterre par D. P. : par la Chambre, avec le 
m6moire Considerations sur le traits. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. [Bouen] 1799 

REGALI (I) sepolcri del Duomo di Palermo ricono- 
sciuti e illustrati, [By F. Daniele.] 

fol. Naples, 1784, 

REGALL (The) apology ; or, the declaration of 
the Commons, Feb. 11, 1647, canvassed. [By 
George Bate.] 

4 to. [London] 1648 

REGENFUSS, Franz Michael. Auserlesne Schnec- 
ken, Muscheln und andere Schaalthiere. Eecueil 
de Coquillages, de Limagons et de Crustaces. 
Band 1. [German and French. No more pub- 
lished.] 

fol. Copenhagen, 1758 

REGES, reginae, nobiles et alii in Ecclesia Collegiata 
B. Petri Westmonasterii sepulti, usque ad annum 
reparatae salutis l600. [By W. Camden.] 

4to. Edmund Bollifant. London, l600 



Another edition, l603. 

4to. Melchisideck Bradwood. London, 1()03 



REGIA Deputazione di Storia Patria. Miscellanea 
di storia Italiana. [Three series.] 

In progress. 8vo. Turin, 1862, etc. 

REGINALD of Durham. Eeginaldi Monachi Dunel- 
mensis libellus de Admirandis Beati Cuthberti 
Virtutibus. [Edited by J. Eaine.] [Surtees 
Society, i.] 

8vo. London [1S35] 

Libellus de Vita et Miraculis S. Godrici, Here- 

mitaa de Finchale, auctore Reginaldo monacho 
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tees Society, xx.] 

8vo. London, 1847 

REGINO, Abbot of Prum. Annales non tam de 
Augustorum vitis quam aliorum Germanorum 
gestis et docte et compendiose disserentes ante 
sexingentos fere annos editi. Nuncupavit Sebas- 

TIANUS DE RoTENHAN. 

fol. /. Schueffer. Mainz, 1521 



REGIOMONTANUS, Joannes. Ephemerides astro- 
nomicae ab a. 1475 ad a. 1506. 

4to. /. de Monteregio. [Nwemberg'] 1474 



Calendarium. 



4to. [Venice, 1475] 



Another edition. 

4to. B. Fictor, P. Loslein and E. Ratdolt. 

Venice, 1476 



REGISTRUM omnium brevium judicialium. 

fol. Williavi Bastell. London, 1531 



Another edition. 

fol. JViUiam RastcU. London, 1531 



REGIUS, Ludovicus. See Le Roy, L. 

REGIUS, Urbanus. A comparison betwene the 
olde learnynge and the newe. Translated out 
of Latyn in English. [By William Turner.] 

8vo. [Lmdon] 1537 

RtGLE (La) du Temple. Publi^e par H. de Curzon. 
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8vo. Paris, 1886 

REGNARD, Jean Frangois. QEuvres. Nouvelle 
Edition. 

4 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1778 

Another edition. Avec des remarques par 

M. G * * * [i.e. C. G. T. Garnier]. Nouvelle 
edition. 

6 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1790 



Nouvelle edition. 



Chef-d'ceuvres. 



4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1790 



4 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1799 

REGNAULD DE SEGRAIS, Jean. 
See Segrais, J. R. de. 

REGNAULT, Antoine. Discours du voyage d'outre 
mer au Saint Sepulchre de Jerusalem et autres 
lieux de la terre saincte ; avec ordonnances des 
empercurs, etc., qui ont este voyagers du Saint 
Sepulchre. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Lyons and 
Paris, 1573 

REGN:^, Jean. 

See Requeste prdsentde au parlement pour 
Denise Regnd. Paris, 1735. 



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BEGNI Chinensis descriptio ex variis authoribus. 
[By N. Trigaut, etc.] 

24mo. Elzevir. Leyden, 1639 

BEGNIEB, Mathurin. Les satyres et autres ceuvres. 
I2mo. Elzevir. Leyden, 1652 

Another edition. Avec des remarques [by C. 

Brossette]. 

ito. London, 1729 

Another edition. Accompagnees dc remarques 

historiques. Nouvelle edition augment^e [by N. 
Lenglet du Fresnoy]. 

4to. London, 1733 

CE^^Tes. Nouvelle Edition. 

2 vols. 12mo. Geneva, llll 



R^GNIER DE LA PLANCHE, Louis. 
See L'Isle, F. de, pseud. 

REGULATIONS and instructions relating to his 
majesty's service at sea. Thirteenth edition. 

4to. Lrnidm, 1790 



for his majesty's service at sea. 

8vo. London, 1833 

Calf, with the arms of William iv. 



(The) lately made concerning the colonies and 

the taxes imposed upon them, considered. [By 
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8vo. London, 1765 

BEGUM Daniae series. See Worm, 0. 

REHBERG, Friedrich. Drawings faithfully copied 
from nature at Naples : engraved by Thoma.s 
PiROLi : dedicated to Sir William Hamilton. 

fol. {Rome] \19-i 

REHFUES, Philipp Joseph von. L'Espagne en 
1808, ou recherches sur I'etat de-radministration, 
des Sciences, etc. Suivi d'un fragment his- 
torique, intitule Les Espagnols du xiv*" sieclc ; 
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2 vols. 8vo. Paris, \^\\ 

BEHKOPF, Johann Friedrich. 

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BEI agrariae auctores legesque varise, curaWlLELMi 
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BEICH, Stephan. 

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hmj, 1590. 

BEICHABD, Bartholomaeus Christian. Historia 
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tempora deducta. 

8vo. Jena, 1712 

BEICHABD, Heinrich August Ottokar. Guide des 

voyageurs en Europe. Nouvelle edition. 

2 vols. 8vo. JFiimar, 19,09. 

REICHARD, Heinrich Gottfried. 

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REICHEL, Oswald Joseph. 

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,, „ Socrates and the Socratic 

schools. London, 1885. 

REID, Andrew. 

See Vox clamantium. London, 1 894. 

REID, J. B. A complete word and phrase con- 
cordance to the poems and songs of Robert 
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8vo. Glasgow, 1889 

BEID, James Seaton. History of the Presbyterian 
Church in Ireland. New edition, with addi- 
tional notes by W. D. Killen. 

3 vols. 8vo. Belfast, 1867 

BEID, John. Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica ; or, an 
account of all the books which have been printed 
in the Gaelic language, with bibliographical and 
biographical notices. 

8vo. Glasgow, 1832 

BEID, Stuart J. 

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8vo. London, 1895 

BEID, Thomas. Works, now fully collected, with 
selections from his unpublished letters ; preface, 
notes and supplementary dissertations by Sir 
W. Hamilton ; prefixed, Stewart's account of 
the life and writings of Reid. Seventh edition. 
2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1872 



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REID, Thomas. Essays on the intellectual powers 
of man. 

4to. Edinburgh, 1785 

An inquiry into the human mind on the prin- 



ciples of common sense. The fourth edition. 

8vo. London, 1785 

EEID, Sir Thomas Wemyss. Life of the Right 
Hon. W. E. Forster. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1888 

REID, William Hamilton. The rise and dissolution 
of the infidel societies in this metropolis. 

8vo. London, 1800 

REIDANUS, Everardus. Belgarum aliarumque 
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fol. Leijden, 1633 

REIFFENBERG, Friedrich von. 
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REIMARUS, Hermann Samuel. 

See Dio Cassius. Historiae Romanae quae super- 
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De vita et scriptis Joannis Alberti Fabricii : 

accedunt fragmenta et Chr. Kortholti epicedia. 

Svo. Hamburg, 1737 

REIN, J. J. The industries of Japan ; together 
with an account of its agriculture, forestry, arts 
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Svo. London, 1889 

REINAGLE, Ramsay Richard. Views in Sussex, 
consisting of the most interesting landscape and 
marine scenery in the rape of Hastings. From 
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fol. London, 1819 

REINBECK, Johann Gustav. Die Natur des 
Ehestandes und Verwerfflichkeit des dawieder 
streitenden Concubinats, wider des Herrn 
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4to. Berlin, 1714 

REINECCIUS, Christianas. 

&e Bible, Polyglott. N. T. 1713. 
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REINECCIUS, Christianas. Janua Hebraeae linguae 
veteris Testamenti in qua totius codicis Hebraei 
vocabula cum radicibus et analysi comparent : 
una cum lexico Hebraeo-Chaldaico : recensuit 
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2 vols. Svo. Leipzig, 1788 

REINECCIUS, Reineras. Historia Julia sive syn- 
tagma heroicum, cujus pars prima continet 
monarchiam primam, hoc est, Chaldaeorum et 
Assyriorum imperium : pars secunda, monarchiam 
secundam quae censetur regnis Medorum et 
Persarum : pars tertia, qua exponitur monarchia 
tertia, id est, regnum Macedonicum. 

3 parts, fol. J. Lucius for A. Kir diner. 
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REINESIUS, Thomas. 

See Marcellinus, A. Quae supersunt. Leipzig, 
1808. 
„ Maseum philologicum. Leyden, 1700. 

Ad C. HofTmannum, C. A. Rupertum pro- 



fessores Noricos epistolae. 



4to. Leipzig, l660 



— De deo EndovelHco cujus memoria in inscrip- 
tionibus in Villa Vizosa Lusitaniae extat, com- 
mentatio parergica. 

4to. Altenburg, 1637 

— Historoumena linguae Punicae, errori populari 
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nunc primum in publicum producta opera T. 
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4to. Altenburg, 1637 

— Syntagma iuscriptionum antiquarum cum- 
primis Romae veteris quarum omissa est recensio 
in vasto Jani Gruteri opere. 

fol. Leipizig and Frankfort, 1682 



Variarum lectionum libri tres. 

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REINHARDT, Johannes Theodor. 

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KEINMAR von Hagenaa. 

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REISE in die mittiiglichen Provinzen von Frankreich 
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2 vols. Svo. Leipzig, 1791 



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REISKE, Johann Jacob. 

See Chariton Aphrodisiensis. De Chaerea et 

Callirrhoi'. Leipzig, 1783. 
„ Die Chrysostomus. Orationes. Leipzig, 118^. 
„ Herbelot, B. d'. Bibliothfeque orientale. 

The Hague, 1777-79. 
„ Libanius. Orationes et declamationes. Alten- 

hurg, 1784, etc. 
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aulae byzantinae. Leipzig, 1751. 

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Atticos confecit J. J. Reiskius, passim emendati 
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REIS QUITA, Domingos dos. Obras. 

2 vols. 8vo. Lisbon, 1781 

REITEMEIER, Johann Friedrich. 

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REITH, George. 

See Justin Martyr. Writings. Edinburgh, 1 867. 

REITZ, Johann Heinrich. 

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REITZIUS, Joannes Fridericus. 

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REIZ, Friedrich Wolfgang. 

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Edinburgh, 1806. 

REJOYNDER (A) to the reply concerning the peer- 
age and jurisdiction of the lords spiritual in 
Parliament, etc. 

fol. London, 1679 

RELACION del ultimo viage al estrecho de Magul- 
lanes de la fragata de S. M. Santa Maria de la 
Cabeza, 1785-86. Apendice que contiene el de 
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2 vols. 4to. Madrid, 1788-93 

RELAND, Adrian. 

See Reland, P. Fasti consnlares. Utrecht, 1715. 

VOL. III. 



RELAND, Adrian. Analecta Rabbinica compre- 
hendentia libellos et alia quae ad lectionem et 
interprctationem commentariorum Rabbinicorum 
faciunt. Editio secunda. 

8vo. Utrecht, 1722 

De spoHis templi Hierosolymitani in arcu 

Titiano liomje conspicuis. 

12mo. Utrecht, 1716 



Dissertationum miscellanearum partes tres. 

3 parts. 8vo. Utrecht, 1706-8 

C&ir, with the anna of Pierre Dsniel Hnet 



Palaestina ex monumentis veteribus illustrata. 

2 vols. 4to. Utrecht, 1714 

RELAND, Pieter. Fasti consulares ad illustra- 
tionem Codicis Justinianei et Theodosiani, ad 
quos appendix additur Hadriani Relandi. 

8vo. Utrecht, 1715 

RELATION curieuso de I'estat present de la 
Russie, traduite [by A. Des Barres ?] d'un 
auteur anglois [S. COLLiNs] qui a este neuf ans 
k la cour du grand Czar : avec I'histoire des 
revolutions arrivdes sous I'usurpation de Boris et 
I'imposture de Demetrius. 

12mo. Paris, 1679 

de divers voyages. See Th6venot, M. 



— de I'ambassade de Migon de Rochefort. 

See Collection des chroniques nationales — Buchon 

[vol. xxiv.]. 

— des difl'(5rens arrivez en Espagne entre D. Jean 
d'Austriche et le cardinal Nitard. [Translated 
from the Spanish by the CHEVALIER DE Ste- 

COLOMBE.] 

2vols.ini. 12mo. [Elzevir.] Cologne, 1677 

— des troubles arrivez dans la cour de Portugal, 
1667-68. [By Blouin de la Piquettiere.] 

12mo. Paris, 1674 

— des veritables causes. 
See Riordan de Muscry, D. 

— du siige de Grave en 1674 et de celui de 

Mayence en l689; avec le plan de ces deux 

villes. 

12mo. Paris, 1756 

2 A 



1520 



RELATION— RELIGION 



RELATION liistoriqiie de I'expedition contre les 

Iiidiens de I'Ohio en 1764 commandee par 

Henry Bouquet, colonel d'infanterie : traduite de 

I'Anglois [of Wm. Smith] par C. G. F. Dumas. 

8vo. Amsterdam, 1769 

historique de Fimportante sortie ex^ciit^e par 

la Karuison de Gibraltar le 27'"* novembre 1781 : 
devant servir d'explication k I'estampe qui repre- 
sente ce sujet. [Published by A. C. de Poggi.] 

4to. London, 1793 



— historique de la decouverte de I'isle de Madere, 
traduite du Portugais [of Francisco Alcaforado]. 

12mo. Paris, 1671 



— historique et galante de I'invasion de I'Espagne 
par les Maures. [By Baudot de Juilly 1 or G. 
DE Bremond 1] 

4 vols, in 1. 12mo. The Hague, 1699 



— (A) in form of journal of the voiage and resi- 
dence which Charls ii., King of Great Britain, 
hath made in Holland, 25 May — 2 .June 1 660 : 
rendered into English out of the original French 
by Sir W. Lower. 

fol. The Eacjue, l660 

— of a short survey of the cities, castles, and 
chiefe scytuations in the northerne counties of 
England, begun at the city of Norwich, August 
11, l634. [Newcastle Reprints, vii. 2.] 

8vo. IVewcasfle, 1847 



— of Maryland ; together with a map of the 
countrey, the conditions of plantation, his 
Majesties Charter to the Lord Baltemore, trans- 



lated into English. 



4to. [London] 1635 



— of the adventures of a Christian-ship at Alex- 
andria, in Egypt. 

fol. [London, 1680] 



— of the barbarous and bloody massacre. 
See Burnet, G. 



— of the Christians in the world. 
See Pagitt, E. 



— of the invasion and conquest of Florida by the 
Spaniards under Fernando de Soto, written in 
Portuguese by a gentleman of Elvas, now Eng- 
lished [from the French version of B. A. de Brod, 
seigneur de Citri de la Guettc] : to which is sub- 



joyned two journeys of the emperor of China 
into Tartary, 1 682-83 [by Ferd. Verbiest] with 
some discoveries made in California, l683. 

2 parts in 1 vol. Svo. London, 1686 

RELATION of the most material matters handled 
in parliament : relating to religion, property, 
and the liberty of the subject. 

4to. [Holland] 1673 

of the retaking of the island of S^ Helena, 

1673. Reprinted in Arber's English Garner, i. 

of the sundry occurrences in Ireland from the 

fleet of ships set out by the adventurers of the 
additionall forces by sea, etc. 

4to. London, 1642 

or rather a true-account of the island of Eng- 
land ; with sundry particulars of the customs of 
these people, and of the royal revenues under 
King Henry the Seventh, about the year 1500. 
Translated from the Italian, with notes, by C. 
A. Sneyd. [Camden Society, xxxvii.] 

4to. London, 1847 



touching the present state and condition of 

Ireland, collected by a committee of the house of 
commons, out of severall letters : and also the 
examination of Hubert Petit, taken 19 Feb. 1641. 

4to. London, 1641 

RELATIONS des ambassadeurs Venitiens sur les 
afl'aires de France au xvi^ sifecle. Recueillies et 
traduites par N. Tommaseo. [Documents inedits 
sur I'histoire de France.] 

2 vols. 4to. Paris, 1838 

RELIGIO universalis et naturalis, disquisitio philo- 
sophica. 

Svo. Paris, 1818 

Printed on vellum. 

RELIGION (La) des Kouakres en Angleterre. [By 
Philippe Naud6.] 

12mo. The Hague, 1720 

(The) of the Church of England, the surest 

establishment of the royal throne ; with the un- 
reasonable latitude which the Romanists allow in 
point of obedience to princes. 

4to. London, l673 

(La) vengee ou refutation des auteurs impies ; 

d(5diee c'l Monseigneur Le Dauphin, par une 
society de gens de lettres [J. Soket, J. N. H. 
Hayee, and others]. 

21 vols. Svo. Paris, 1757-63 



RELIGION— REMARKS 



1521 



RELIGION (La) vengeo : poeme. 
See Bernis, F. J. de P. de. 

BELIGIOnS execrations : a Lent sermon. By an 
orthodox British Protestant. 

Svo. Lonihm, 1796 

pieces in prose and verse. Edited by G. G. 

Perry. [Early English Text Society, 2(i.] 

Svo. Low.lon, 186" 

.systems of the world, a contribution to the 



study of comparative religion : a series of 
addresses at South Place Institute. Second 
edition. 

Svo. Loiuhm, 1S92 

RELIQUIAE sacrae, sive auctorum fere jam perdi- 
torum secundi tertiique saeculi fragmenta : acce- 
dunt epistolae synodicae Nicaeno concilio 
antiquiores : recensuit M. J. Eouth. 

4 vols. Svo. Oxfm-d, 1814-18 

tabularum terrae regni Bohemiae anno mdxli. 



igne consumptarum. Edidit J. Emler. 

2 vols. 4to. Prague, 1870-72 

RELKOVICH, Mathias Antonius. Nova Slavonska, 
i Nimacska grammatika. Dritte Auf.sgabe. 

Svo. Vienna, 1789 

RELPH, Josiah. A miscellany of poems, consisting 
of original poems, translations, pastorals in the 
Cumberland dialect, etc., with preface and 
glossary. 

Svo. Fonlis. Glasgow, 1747 

REMAINS of the early popular poetry of England. 
Edited by W. C. Hazlitt. [Library of old 
Authors.] 

4 vols. Svo. London, 1864-()(j 

REMARKABLE (The) funeral of Cheapsidc-Crosse 
in London : with the reason why the bishops, 
Jesuits, papists, cavaliers, and Arminians, re- 
fused to be there. 

4to. London [l64a] 

REMARKS addressed to the country, not to parties. 

Svo. London, 1804 

critical and illustrative, on the text and notes 

of the last edition of Shakspeare. [By Joskpii 

KiTSON.] 

Svo. London, 1783 



REMARKS from the country ; upon the two letters 
[of T. Spratt] relating to the Convocation 
and alterations in the Liturgy. [By Henry 
Maurice.] 

4to. London, I690 

on a late book [by W. Weston] entitled. An 

enquiry into the rejection of the Christian 
miracles by the heathens. [By Richard Hurd.] 

Svo. London, 1746 

See also Weston, W. Observations on some 
Remarks. 



— on a letter to Sir John Barnard : in which the 

proposals of that worthy patriot are vindicated. 

By an enemy to jobbs. 

Svo. London, 1746 



— on a pamphlet, entitled, A mirror, etc. (written 

by C[harle]s L[uca]s, M.D.), drawn from the 

proceedings of a general court martial on the 

trial of an appeal by David Blakeney. [By 

John Courteney.] 

Svo. London [1768] 



— on a pamphlet, entituled, A short view of a 
dispute between the merchants of London, 
Bristol, and Liverpool, and the advocates of a 
joint-stock company. 

4to. London, 1750 



— on a pamphlet entitled, A true state of the 

case of the revd. Mr. Greenshields, etc. ; the 

notorious falshoods contained in it, laid open ; 

and the proceedings against him in Scotland, 

vindicated. 

4to. London, 1710 

— on a pamphlet intitled. An Inquiry into the 
revenue, credit, and commerce of France, ex- 
posing the false quotations and false reasonings 
of the author, and the evil tendency of his 

pamphlet. 

Svo. London, 1742 

— on a pamphlet [by 0. RufThead] entitled. 
Reasons why the approaching treaty of peace 
should be debated in parliament, etc. 

Svo. London, 176o 

— on a pamphlet entitled, The principles of the 

Ivovolutiou vindicated : the work of R. Watson. 

By an undergraduate. 

4to. Cambridge, 1776 



1522 



REMARKS 



REMARKS on a pamphlet entituled, The Thoughts 
of a member of the lower house, in relation to a 
project for restraining and limiting the power of 
the crown in the future creation of peers. [By 
Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough.] 

8vo. London, 1719 

on a pamphlet lately published by Dr. Price 



intitled, Observations on the nature of civil 
liberty, etc. [By Adam Ferguson.] 

8vo. London, 1776 

on a paper [by Viscount Barrington] entitled, 

A letter to Protestant Dissenters, concerning 
their conduct in the ensuing elections. [By 
Thomas Bradbury.] Formerly printed in 
1722. 

8vo. London, 1732 

on a speech made in common council, on the 

bill for permitting persons professing the Jewish 
religion to be naturalized, so far as prophecies 
are supposed to be aflfected by it. 

4to. London, 17. "5 3 

on an essay concerning miracles, published by 

David Hume, amongst his Philosophical essays. 
[By A. Ellys.] 

4to. London [Mai] 

on Com. Johnstone's account of his engagement 

with a French squadron, under the command of 
Mons. de Suflfrein, on April 16, 1781, in Port 
Praya road, in the island of St. Jago. 

8vo. London, 1781 

on Fog's Journal of February 10, 173§, exciting 

the people to an assassination. 



8vo. London, 1733 

— on Michaelis's Introduction to the New Testa- 
ment, vols, iii., iv., translated by the Rev. H. 
Marsh. [By J. Randolph.] 

8vo. London, 1802 

— Supplement to Remarks on Michaelis's intro- 
duction to the New Testament. In answer to 
Mr. Marsh's illustration of his hypothesis. [By 
J. Randolph.] 

8vo. London, 1804 



on Mr. Steele's Crisis. See R. (B.) 



— on some late sermons : and in particular on 
Dr. Sherlock's sermon at the Temple, Dec. 30, 
1694.. [By T. Wagstaffe.] Second edition, 
with additions. 

4to. London, 1695 



REMARKS on the Academic * * *. [By Samuel 
Squire.] 

8vo. London, 1751 

on The Budget [by T. Hartley] ; or, a candid 

examination of the facts and arguments offered 
to the public in that pamphlet. [By Thomas 
"Whately or Charles Lloyd.] 

8vo. London, 1765 



on the Commutation Act. 



8vo. London, 1785 



— on the controversial writings of Dr. Middleton : 
and particularly on his Examination of The use 
and intent of prophecy : part i. 

8vo. London, 1751 

— on the Craftsman's vindication of his two 
honble. patrons [Lord Bolingbroke and W. 
Pulteney, Earl of Bath] in his paper of 22 May 
1731. [By John, Lord Hervey.] 

8vo. London, 1731 

— Fourth edition. 

8vo. London, 1731 

See also Answer to one part of a late infamous 
libel. 
,, Final answer to the Remarks, etc. 



— on the French memorials concerning the limits 
of Acadia ; printed at Paris, and distributed by 
the French ministers at all the foreign courts of 
Europe, with two maps. 

8vo, London, 1756 

— on the horrible oppression, etc., of the Com- 
[missi]oners of the E[xc]ise. 

4to. [London, 1706?] 

— on the laws relating to the poor, with pro- 
posals for their better relief and employment. 
[By William Hay.] 

8vo. London, 1751 

— on the letter [by J. Douglas] address'd to 
two great men. [By Charles Townshend.] 

8vo. London [1760] 

— on the life of Mr. Milton, as published by 
J[ohn] T[oland], with a character of the author 
and his party. 

8vo. London, 1699 



— on the papers relative to the rupture with 
Spain, occasioned by the observations on the 
same. 

Svo. London, 1762 



REMARKS 



1523 



REMARKS on the Patriot [by Dr. Johnson]: in- 
cluding some hints respecting the Americans : 
with an address to the electors of Great Britain. 
[By John Scott.] 

8vo. London, 1775 

on the preliminary articles offered by the 

French King in order to procure a general peace. 

8vo. London, 1711 

on the Rehearsal of the 29th of September 

1708, in vindication of the Dissenters, as to 
their manner of celebrating the Sacrament of the 
Lord's Supper. 

4to. London, 1708 

on the sentence of the c[our]t m[artia]l, and 

Admiral L[estoc]k's defence. 



8vo. London, 1746 

— on the several paragraphs of the bishop of 
Salisbury's speech in relation to the first article 
of Dr. Sacheverell's impeachment. In a letter 
to a friend. By a presbyter of the Church of 
England. 

4to. Nottingham, 1710 



— on the trial of John Peter Zenger, printer of 
the New- York Weekly Journal, who was lately 
try'd and acquitted for printing and publishing 
two libels against the government of that 
province. 

4to. London, 1738 



— on two pamphlets lately published against Dr. 
Middleton's Introductory discourse, the one 
intituled, Observations on that discourse [by H. 
Stebbing] ; the other. The Jesuit cabal farther 
opened [by CoNYERS Middleton]. 

8vo. London, 1748 



— upon a book lately published by Dr. William 
Sherlock entituled, A modest examination of the 
Oxford Decree, etc. [By Jonathan Edwards.] 

4to. Oxford, 1695 



— upon a late paper entituled, A true relation of 
the cursed designs and intrigues, which have 
been lately carry'd on to restore the late king 
James, etc. 

4to. {London, 1694] 



— upon a letter published in the London 
Chronicle, containing an enquiry into the causes 
of the failure of the late expedition against Cape 
Breton. 

8vo. London, 1757 



REMARKS upon a pamphlet [by J. Donaldson] 
intitled, The Considerations in relation to trade 
considered, and a short view of our present trade 
and taxes reviewed. [By W. BLACK.] 

4to. [Edinburgh, 1706] 

upon a treatise [by J. Jones] intituled. Free 

and candid disquisitions relating to the Church 
of England, etc. [By John Boswell.] 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1750-51 

upon an essay concerning humane understand- 
ing. [By W. Hayley, D.D.] 

4to. London, l697 

upon an intended bill for the relief of the poor, 

now under consideration of Parliament. 

8vo. London, 1777 

upon David Levi's Dissertations on the pro- 
phecies relative to the Messiah ; and upon the 
evidences of the divine character of Jesus Christ. 
By an inquirer [W. Cuninghame]. 

8vo. London, 1810 



upon Dr. Price's Appeal to the public on the 



subject of the national debt. 



8vo. Londf/n, 1772 



— upon Dr. Sherlock's book intituled. The case 
of the allegiance due to soveraign princes, 
stated and resolved, etc. [By the Rev. Samuel 
Johnson.] 

4to. London, 169O 

— upon Mr. Carte's Specimen of his General 
History of England : very proper to be read by 
all such as are contributors to that great work. 
[By Samuel Squire.] 

8vo. London, 1748 

— upon Mr. Chambres's sermon on the Restora- 
tion, preached at St. Paul's, May 29th, 1733. 

8vo. London, 1733 

— upon Mr. Steele's Crisis, humbly inscrib'd to 
the clergy of the Church of England. 

4to. Loiulun, 1714 

upon Poyning's law, and the manner of pass- 



ing bills in the P[arliamen]t of I[relan]d. [By 
John Monck Mason.] 

8vo. Dublin, 1758 



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EEMARKS— REMONSTRANCE 



REMARKS upon remarks; or, the barrier treaty 
and the Protestant succession vindicated in 
answer to the Reflections of the author [J. Swift] 
of the conduct of the allies. 

8vo. London, 1712 

upon several pamphlets writ in opposition to 

the South Sea scheme : particularly, An exami- 
nation and explanation of the South-Sea Scheme. 

8vo. London, 1720 

upon the account lately published of the earl 

of Galway's conduct in Spain and Portugal. 

8vo. London [11 W] 

upon the Bank of England, with regard more 

especially to our trade and government, occa- 
sioned by the present discourse concerning the 
intended prolongation of the Bank. 

8vo. London, 1707 

upon the London Gazette, relating to the 



Streights-Fleet and the battle of Landen in 
Flanders. 

4to. [L(mdon1\Q9$\ 

— upon the Lord Bishop of Bangor's treatment 
of the clergy and convocation : by a gentleman 
[Thomas Sherlock]. 

8vo. London, 1717 

— upon the lord Haversham's speech in the house 



of peers, Feb. 1.5, 1707. 



4to. [Edinburgh, 1707] 



— upon the present confederacy, and late revolu- 
tion in England, etc. [By W. Anderton.] 

4to. London, 169-" 

upon the report of a peace, in consequence of 



Mr. Secretary Townshend's letter to the lord 
mayor of London, etc. By the author of the 
Defence of the earl of Shelburne. 

8vo. London, 1782 

REMARQUES historiques et anecdotes sur le 
chateau de la Bastile. [By — Bross.US du 
Perray.] 

8vo. [Paris] 1774 

morales, philosophiques et grammaticales sur 

le dictionnaire de TAcademie Fran^oise. [By 
— Faydel.] 

8vo. Paris, 1807 



REMARQUES sur les circonstances. 

See Some remarks on the apparent circum- 
stances. London, 1795. 

REMEMBRANCER (The), [containing Mr. Danvers's 
exhortatory epistle, etc.]. 

8vo. [London, 1729] 

or impartial repository of public events for the 



years 1775 to 1784.. 

17 vols. 8vo. London, 1775-84 

REMI, Philippe de, Sire de Beaumanoir. Les cou- 
tumes de Beauvoisis : nouvelle edition publiee 
d'apres les manuscrits de la Bibliotheque royale, 
par le Comte Beugnot. [Soci6t6 de I'Histoire 
de France.] 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1842 

Roman de la Manekine : publie par Fran 

ciSQUE Michel. [Bannatyne Club.] 

4to. Paris, 1840 

The romance of Blonde of Oxford and Jehan 



of Dammartin. By Philippe de Reimes, a trou- 
vere of the thirteenth century. Edited by M. Le 
Roux DE LiNCY. [Camden Society, Ixxii.] 

4to. London, 1858 

REMIGIO Fiorentino. See Nannini, R. 

REMONSTRANCE (A) and protestation of all the 
good protestants of this kingdom, against depos- 
ing their lawful soveraign K. James ii. 

4to. [London ?] 1 689 

4to. London, 1689 



Another edition. 



— from Ireland to the high court of parliament 
in England, for the speedy oppression of rebels, 
etc. 

4to. London, 1641 



in favour of British liberty : addressed to 



W. Pitt by a country gentleman. 

8vo. London [1795] 

— (The) made by the Queene-mother of France, 
to the king her sonne, for remedy of such dis- 
orders and abuses as she pretendeth to be in 
the present governement and managing of the 
affaires of state, in the realme of France : faith- 
fully translated out of French. 

4to. T. S.for N. Newhery. London, l6l9 



REMONSTRANCE— REN AN 



1525 



REMONSTRANCE (A) of many thousand citizens, 
and other freeborn people of England, to their 
owne house of Commons, occasioned through 
the illegall and barbarous imprisonment of John 
Lilburne. 

4to. [London] l646 



of the directors of the Netherlands East India 

Company touching the bloudy proceedings 
against the English merchants, executed at 
Amboyna. Together with the acts of the Pro- 
cesse, against the sayd English, and the reply of 
the East India Company, etc. 

4to. John Dawson jor the East India Co. 

London, l6S2 

with the Rey. Mr. Clayton, on his sermon on 

the duty of Christians to civil magistrates, occa- 
sioned by the late riots at Birmingham. 

Svo. London, 1791 

R^MONTRANCES du parlement de Paris au xviii. 
siecle : publiees par J. Flammermont et M. 
TouRNEUX. [Documents inedits sur I'histoire 
de France.] 

2 vols. 4to. Paris, 1888-95 

REMOOVALL (The) of certaine imputations laid 

upon the Ministers of Devon and Corn^-all by 

one M. T[homas] H[utton], and in them, upon all 

other ministers els-where, refusing to subscribe. 

4to. [Amsterdam t] l6o6 

R^MUSAT, Charles Frangois Marie de, Coimt. 
L'Angleterre au dix-huitieme siecle, etudes et 
portraits. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1856 

RfiMUSAT, Jean Pierre Abel. Essai sur la langue 
et la litt^rature chinoises : avec cinq planches. 

8vo. Paris, 1811 

REMY, Jules. A journey to Great-Salt-Lake city, 
by .J. E. and J. Brenchley ; with a sketch of the 
history, religion and customs of the Mormons. 
2 vols. 8vo. Lo7idon, 186l 

RENAN, Joseph Ernest. 

See Bible, French. 0. T., Job. 
,1 ,, ,1 ,, Ecclesiastes. 

>. M ,1 ,, Song of Songs. 

„ Le Clerc, J. V. Histoire litteraire de la 
France. Paris, 1865. 



RENAN, Joseph Ernest. L'avenir de la science : 
pensees de 1848. Huitifeme edition. 

8vo. Pom, 1894 



— Averrofes et I'Averroisme : essai historique. 
Quatrifeme edition. 

8vo. Parts, 1882 

— Caliban, suite de La Tempete : drame philo- 
sophique. Troisi6me edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1891 



Conferences d'Angleterre : Rome et le Chris- 

tianisme : Marc-AurMe. Troisifeme (5dition. 

12mo. Paris, 1880 



— Lectures on the influence of the institutions, 
thought and culture of Rome on Christianity. 
Translated by C. Beard. [Hibbert Lectures, 
1880.] 

8vo. London, 1880 



De I'origine du langage. Septifeme edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1889 



— Dialogues et fragments philosophiques. Troi- 
sieme edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1885 



Discours et conferences. Deuxifeme edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1887 



Drames philosophiques. 



8vo. Paris, 1888 



— L'eau de Jouvence, suite de Caliban. 

8vo. Paris, 1881 

— Essais de morale et de critique. Quatrieme 

edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1889 



Etudes d'histoire religieuse. Septifeme edition. 

8vo. Parts, 1880 



Studies of religious history. 



8vo. Londm, 1893 

— Feuilles detachees, faisant suite aux souvenirs 
d'enfance et de jeunesse. Deuxi^me edition. 

8vo. Parts, 1892 



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RENAN— RENIER 



RENAN, Joseph Ernest. Histoire des origines du 
Christianisme. 

1. Vie de J6sus. 

2. Las Apotres. 

3. Saint Paul. 

4. L'Antechrist. 

5. Las Evangilas et la seconde generation 

chretienne. 

6. L'Eglise chretienne. 

7. Marc-Aurfele et la fin du monde antique. 

8. Index general. 

8 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1877-9'1' 

Histoire du peuple d'Israel. 

5 vols. 8vo. Pans, ] 891-93 

Histoire g6nerale et systeme compare das 

langues semitiques : V partie, histoire generale. 
Cinquieme Edition. 

8vo. Pans, 1878 



The life of Jesus. 



8vo. London, 1864 



Melanges d'histoire et de voyages. 

8vo. Paris, 1890 

Mission de Phenicie. 

1 vol. 4to and 1 vol. fol. Paris, 1 864 



— Nouvelles etudes d'histoire religieuse. 
Deuxifeme edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1884 



— Pages choisies a I'usage des lycees et des ecoles. 
Huitieme edition. 

12mo. Paris, 1893 



— Le Pretre de Nemi ; drama philosophique. 
Troisifeme edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1886 



Questions contemporaines. Troisifeme edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1870 



— La reforme intellectuelle et morale. Quatriema 
edition. 

8vo. Paris, 1875 

— Souvenirs d'enfance et de jeunasse. 

8vo. Paris, 1893 

— Racollections of my youth. Translated from 
the original French by C. B. Pitman and revised 
by Madame Renan. 

Svo. London, 1883 



RENAUD, Frank. 

See Raines, F. R. The fellows of the collegiate 
church of Manchester. [Chatham Society, 

N. S.] 

Contributions towards a history of the ancient 

parish of Prestbury, Cheshire. [Chatham 
Society, xcvii.] 

4to. [Manchester] 1876 

RENAUDOT, Eus^be, the alder. 

See Richer, J. Le Mercure Francois. Paris, 
1613-43. 

RENAUDOT, Eusfebe, the younger. 

See Ancient accounts of India and China. Lon- 
don, 17.33. 
„ Liturgiarum Orientalium coUectio. Paris, 
1716. 

RENAULDIN, Leopold Joseph. Dissertation sur 
rerysipfele. 

8vo. Paris, 1802 

RENDER, Wilhelm. A tour through Germany, 
particularly along the banks of the Rhine, 
Mayne, etc. 

2 vols, in 1. Svo. London, 1801 

RENDU, Louis, Bishop of Annacy. Theory of the 
glaciers of Savoy. Translated by A. Wills. 
To which are added the original memoir, and 
supplementary articles by P. G. Tait and John 
RusKiN. Edited, with introductory remarks, by 
G. Forbes. 

Svo. London, 1874 

REN6 of Anjou, King of Naples and Sicily. 
See Abuze (L) en court. Vienne, 1484. 

REN£e, Amedee. 

See Sismondi, J. C. L. S. de. Histoire des 
Fran^ais. Paris, 1821-44. 

RENGIFO, Juan Diaz. Arte poetica Espanola, 
con una fertilissima sylva de consonantes 
comunes. 

4to. Barcelona, 1703 

RENIER, Charles Alphonse Leon. Recueil da 
diplomas militaires ; publies par L. Renier. 
[Documents inedits sur I'histoire de France.] 

4to. Paris, 1876 



RENNELL— RENTAL 



1627 



RENNELL, James. 

See African Association. Proceedings. London, 
1792-98. 
„ Bernoulli, J., the younger. Description de 
rinde. Berlin, 178(J-88. 

The geographical system of Herodotus ex- 
amined and explained, by a comparison with 
those of other ancient authors, and with modern 
geography. 

4to. London, 1800 



Second edition. 



2 vols. 8vo. London, 1830 



— An investigation of the currents of the Atlantic 
Ocean, and of those which prevail between the 
Indian ocean and the Atlantic. [With atlas of 
charts. Edited by J. PuRDY.] 

1 vol. 8vo, and 1 vol. fol. London, 1832 

— The marches of the British Armies in the 
peninsula of India, during the campaigns of 
1790 and 1791 : illustrated and explained by 
reference to a map. 

8vo. London, 1792 



— Memoir of a map of Hindostan ; or, the Mogul's 
Empire. 

4to. London, 1783 

— Memoir of a map of Hindoostan or the Mogul 
empire, with an introduction and appendix : 
with two maps. 

1 vol. and map-case. 4to. JjOndon, 1788-92 

— Observations on a current that often prevails 
to the westward of Scilly, endangering the safety 
of ships that approach the British channel. From 
the Philosophical Transactions. 

8vo. London, 1793 

A treatise on the comparative geography of 



western Asia, with an atlas of maps. [Edited by 
Lady Eodd.] 

2 vols. 8vo, and 1 vol. fol. London, 1831 

EENNELL, Thomas. 

See Grildrig, S. The Miniature. JVindsor, 1805. 

The consequences of the vice of gaming, as 

they affect the welfare of individuals and the 
stability of civil government considered : a 
sermon. Second edition. 

8vo. London, 1795 

VOL. III. 



RENNELL, Thomas. Ignorance productive of 
atheism, faction and superstition : a sermon 
preached before the University of Cambridge, 
on Commencement Sunday, July 1 , 1 798. 

8vo. Ciimhri'hjf [1798] 

RENNEVILLE, Ren6 Augustin Constantin de. 
Eecueil des voyages qui ont servi i retablisse- 
ment et aux progrez de la compagnie des Indes 
Orientales, formee dans les Provinces-Unies des 
Pais-Bas. [Translated mostly from the Dutch 
collection of J. Commelin.] Nouvelle edition. 

10 vols. 12mo. liouen, 1725 

RENOUARD, Antoine Augusta. 
Sec Carmina etMca. Paris, 1795. 
„ Corneille, P. CEuvres. Paris, 1817. 
„ Fabliaus on contes. Pans, 1829. 
,, Faerno, G. Fabulae centum. Parma, 1793. 
„ Longus. Daphnis et Chloc. Florence, etc., 

1810-12. 
„ Lucanus, M. A. Pharsalia. Paris, 1795. 
„ Owen. J. Epigrammata. Paris, 1794. 

Annales de I'imprimerie des Aide. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1803 

Seconde edition. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1825 

Printed on vellum. 



Troisifeme edition. 



8vo. Paris, 1834 



Catalogue de la biblioth^que d'un amateur. 

4 vols. 8vo. ParL<, 1819 



RENOUARD DE SAINTE-CROIX, Carloman Louis 
Frangois F61ix, Marquis. Voyage commerciale 
et politique aux Indes orientales, aux iles Philip- 
pines, ;i la Chine, avec des notions sur la Cochin- 
chine et la Tonqnin, 1 803-7. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1810 

RENOUF, Peter Le Page. Lectures on the origin 
and growth of Keligion as illustrated by the 
religion of ancient Egypt. [Ilibbert Lectures, 

1879.] 

8vo. Lomlon, 1880 



R^NOULT, Jean Baptiste. 

See Taxe de la chancellerie Romaine. 
1744. 



Home, 



RENTAL book of the Cistercian Abbey of Cupar- 
Angus, with the breviary of the register. Edited 
by C. Rogers. [Grampian Club.] 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1879-80 
2 B 



1528 



RENVERSEMENT— REPLY 



RENVERSEMENT de la morale chretienne par les 
desordres du monachisme, enrichi de figures. 
[A series of satirical engravings, •wdth descriptive 
verses. Dutch and French.] 

2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Holland [1700 ?] 

E^PEETOIRE du theatre fran^ois. 
See Th6itre Frangais. 

REPERTORIUM commentationum a societatibus 
literariis editarum. Secundum disciplinarum 
ordinem digessit I. D. Reuss. 

1 6 vols. 4to. GoUincjcn, 1801-21 

REPLIES to Essays and Reviews. By E. M. GoUL- 
BURN, H. J. Ro.sE, C. A. Heurtley, W. J. Irons, 
G. KoRisoN, A. W. Haddan, G. Wordsworth, 
with a preface by [S. Wilberforce] the bishop 
of Oxford. 

8vo. Oxford, 1862 

REPLY (The) of a member of parliament to the 
mayor of his corporation [on the proposed excise 
laws]. 

8vo. Londm, 1733 

of a near observer to some of the answerers of 

the cursory remarks. [By R. Bentley ?] 

8vo. London, 1804 

of the country gentleman [T. Potter] to the 

answer to his military arguments, by the officer 
[H. S. Conway]. 

8vo. London, 1758 

See also Officer's answer. 



— to a pamphlet entitled. What has the Duke of 
Wellington gained by the dissolution ? 

8vo. London, 1830 



— (A) to a pamphlet intituled, A brief enquiry 
into the present condition of the navy of Great 
Britain, wherein is clearly demonstrated the 
force of the enemy and what was opposed to it. 

8vo. London, 1804 



— to a pamphlet [by C. J. Fox 1], intituled. The 
state of the negotiation with details of its 
progress. 

8vo. London, 1806 



— to a plain answer [by T. P. Courtenay] : being 
a refutation of invectives against ministers in an 
appeal to conduct. [By R. Bentley 1] 

8vo. London, 1804 



REPLY (The) to a vindication [by J. Williams, 
Bishop of Chichester] of a discourse [by E. 
Stillingfleet] concerning the unreasonableness of 
a new separation. [By Samuel Grascome.] 

4to. London, 1691 

(A) to lieutenant-general Burgoyne's letter 

to his constituents. 

8vo. London, 1779 



— to Mr. Clark's defence of his letter to Mr. 
Dodwell. [By Anthony Collins.] 

8vo. London, 1709 



— to the answer Dr. Welwood has made to King 
James's declaration, which declaration was dated 
at St. Germaines, April 17, 1693. [With a copy 
of the declaration inserted.] 

4to. {London, 1694] 



— to the answer made [by E. Stillingfleet] upon 
the three royal papers. 

4to. London, 1686 

See also Vindication of the answer, etc. 

— to the answer [by C. Lennox] to A short essay 
[by J. Glenie] on the modes of defence best 
adapted to the situation and circumstances of 
this island. [By James Glenie.] 

8vo. London, 1785 



— to a letter addressed to the right hon. 
George Grenville, etc. : in which the truth of 
the facts is examined, and the propriety of the 
motto fully considered. Second edition. 

4to. London, 1763 



— to a pamphlet, entitled, Observations arising 
from the declaration of war against Spain, etc., 
wherein is shewn the absurdity and wickedness 
of that writer's considerations on the manage- 
ment of the war, etc. 

8vo. London, 1739 



— to a pamphlet entitled. The case of the Duke 
of Portland respecting two leases granted to Sir 
J. Lowther. 

8vo. London, 1768 



— to the answerer of the letter sent to the author 
of a paper called. The doctrine of passive obedi- 
ence, and Jure Divino disproved. 

4to. London, 1690 



REPLY— REPORT 



1529 



REPLY (A) to the authors [I). Defoe] of the Ad- 
vantages of Scotland by an incorporate union : 
and of the fifth essay at removing national pre- 
judices ; or, a vindication of the author [P. 
Abercromby] of the Advantages of the Act of 
Security. [By D. Campbell.] 

4to. [Edinburgh] 1707 

to the defence of Dr. Stillingfleet. 



See Humfrey, J., and Lob, S. 

— (A) to the Defence [by C. Lloyd] of the 
majority on the question relating to general 
warrants. [By Sir William Meredith.] 

8vo. London, 176-i 



— to the Hertford letter : wherein the case of 
Mrs. Stout's death is more particularly con- 
sidered and Mr. Cowper vindicated from the 
accusation of being accessory to the same. 

4to. London, I69.') 



— to the New test of the Church of England's 
loyalty. 

4to. London, 1687 



— to the reasons of the Oxford clergy against 
addressing. 

4to. London, 1687 



— to the treasury pamphlet [by G. Rous]. 
See Burke, Right Hon. E. 



(A) to the two answers of the new test. 

4to. London, 1 687 



RfiPONSE k I'ecrit intitule. Plan general de I'ceuvre 
des convulsions. [By F. H. Delan.] 

4to. 1733 

k tous les ecrits qui ont paru contre M. I'abbe 



de Bescherant et les miracles qui s'operent a 
Saint Medard ; premiere lettre. 

4to. [17.32] 

— a un imprimd de M. de Calonne, sur le Rapport 
fait au roi Louis xviii. au mois de Mars, 1796. 
[By C. L. F. DE P. DE Barentin.] 

2 leaves. 4to. [London, 1796] 

— aux entreticns composez par Mr. Bayle contre 
la conformito de la foi avec la raison. [By J. 
Jaquelot.] 

12mo. Amsterdam; 1707 



R^FONSE aux lettres provinciales de L. de Montalte 
[i.e. B. Pascal. By G. Daniel]. 

12 mo. Cologne, I696 

aux questions d'un provincial. [By Pierre 

Bayle.] 

a vols. 12rao. lloUerdum, 1704-7 

generale au r(5verend pfere Dom Louis Latastc, 

pricur des Blancs Manteaux, auteur des Lettres 
theologiques adress^es aux 6crivains ddfenseurs 
des convulsions et autrcs miracles du tems. 

4to. 1733 

REPORT from the select committee on public 
institutions ; together with the proceedings of 
the Committee, and minutes of evidence. 

4to. London, I860 

— — of the commissioners appointed to inquire into 
the ecclesiastical revenues of England and Wales. 

fol. London, 1835 



— of the commissioners appointed to inquire into 
the present position of the Royal Academy in 
relation to the fine arts; together with the 
minutes of evidence. 

8vo. London, 1863 

— of the committee appointed by the house of 
Commons, Jan. 1798, to examine papers relative 
to secret societies. [A proof issued for correction.] 

fol. [London, 1798] 



— of the committee for managing the Patriotic 
Fund, established at Lloyd's, 20th July 1803. 

8vo. London, 1804 

— Another edition. 

8vo. London, 1804 

— of the committee of the magistrates of the 

counties of Chester and Lancaster, appointed for 

taking into consideration the present mode of 

maintaining and shipping vagrants in the said 

counties, etc. 

4to. [lAincasUr, 1785] 

— (A) of the debate of the Iri.sh bar, on Sunday, 
the 9th of December 1798, on the subject of an 
union of the legislatures of Great Britain and 
Ireland : with the resolutions and protest. 

8vo. Dublin, 1799 

— (The) of the general officers, appointed by his 
majesty's warrant of the first of November 1757, 
to inquire into the causes of the failure of the 
late expedition to the coasts of France. 

8vo. London, 1758 



1530 



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BEPORT (The) of the general officers, appointed 
to enquire into the conduct of major-general 
Stuart and colonels Cornwallis and earl of 
Effingham, Dec. 8, 1756. 

8vo. London, 1757 



— of the lords of the committee of council for 
trade and plantations, concerning the trade in 
slaves, and the effects of this trade as to the 
general commerce of this kingdom. 

fol. {London] l78f) 



— of the lords of the committee of council for trade 
and plantations upon the two questions : upon 
the propriety of reducing the duties on goods 
the growth and manufacture of Ireland : what 
preferences are now given to the importation of 
any article the produce of Ireland. 

8vo. London, 1785 

— . (A) of the proceedings of the committee of 
association, appointed at the adjourned general 
meeting of the county of York, 28th March 1780, 
presented to the general meeting . . . held on 
the 19th of December 1782; -nnth an appendix. 

12mo. York, 1783 

— The second report of the proceedings of the 
Committee of Association, presented to the 
general meeting of the county of York, 1 Jan. 
1784: with an account of the two county 
meetings, 17 Dec. 1783 and 1 Jan. 1784. 



12mo. York, 1784 



— of the Secretary of the Treasury. 
See Hamilton, A. 



— of the sub-committee respecting the improve- 
ments which have been lately made in the 
prisons and houses of correction in England and 
Wales. 

8vo. London, 1790 



— of the truth. 
Sk Last fight of the Revenge. London, 1871. 



— on the transcription and publication of parish 
registers, etc. Published under the direction of 
the congress of archaeological societies in union 
with the Society of Antiquaries. 

8vo. London, 1892 



— together with minutes of evidence and accounts 
from a select committee on the high price of gold 
bullion. 

8vo. London, 1810 



REPORTS and papers on Botany. Translated by 
Gr. Busk, W. B. Macdonald, A. Henfrey 
and J. Hudson. [Ray Society.] 

8vo. London, 1846 



— and papers on Botany by H. von Mohl and 
others. Edited by A. Henfeey. [Ray Society.] 

8vo. London, 1849 



— and papers on the impolicy of employing Indian 
built ships in the trade of the East India Com- 
pany, and of admitting them to British registry. 

8vo. London, 1809 



— on cases in the Courts of Star Chamber and 
High Commission. Edited by S. R. Gardiner. 
[Camden Society, N. S., xxxix.] 

4to. London, 1886 



— of the commissioners appointed to inquire into 
the fees, etc., which are or have been lately 
received into the several public offices : pre- 
sented to the house of commons, June 1793. 

8vo. London, 1793 



— on the progress of Zoology and Botany, 1841- 
42. [Translated by H. E. Strickland, E. Lan- 
KESTER, and W. B. Macdonald.] [Ray Society.] 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1845 

on the progress of Zoology for 1 843-44. Trans- 



lated by G. Busk, A. Tulk, and A. H. Haliday. 

[Ray Society.] 

8vo. London, 1847 

REPP, Thorleifr. 

See Bothwell, J. H., earl of. Les affaires. 
[Bannatyne Club.] 



REPRESENTATION (The) of the Committee of the 
English 
Church. 



English congregations in union with the Mora\'ian 



8vo. [London 1] 1754 

— of the lords of the committee of council upon 
the present state of the laws for regulating the 
importation and exportation of corn. 

8vo. London, 1800 

— (A) of the loyal subjects of Albinia to their 
sovereign, upon his concluding a treaty of peace 
with his foes. 

8vo. London [11^9 'f] 

— of the prejudices that may arise in time from 
an intended act, concerning marriages, etc. 

4to. London, I692 



REPRESENTATION— RERUM 



1531 



REPRESENTATION (A) of the present state of 
religion with regard to the late excessive growth 
of infidelity, heresy, and profaneness, as it passed 
the lower house of convocation, etc. 

8vo. London, 1711 

Second edition. 

8to. London, 1712 

See also Nation vindicated. 

of the threatniiig dangers, impending over 

Protestants in Great Brittain, before the coming 
of the Prince of Orange. [By Robert Fer- 
guson.] 

4to. [London] 1689 

REPRESENTATIVE (The) of London and West- 
minster in parliament, examined and considcr'd. 

4to. London, 1702 

REPROOF (A) to the Rehearsal transposed, in a 
discourse to its authour [Andrew Marvell. By 
Samxtel Parker]. 

8vo. London, lG73 

EEPTON, Humphry. Observations on the theory 
and practice of landscape gardening. Including 
some remarks on Grecian and Gothic archi- 
tecture. 

4to. London, 1803 

Odd whims and miscellanies. 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. London, 1804 

Sketches and hints on landscape gardening. 

obi. fol. London [179-1] 

REPUBLICAN (The) procession ; or, the tumultuous 
cavalcade : a merry poem. The second impres- 
sion, with additional characters. [By Edward 
Ward.] 

8vo. 1714 

REQUENO, Vincenzo. Saggi sul ristabilmento dell' 
antica arte de' Greci e Romani pittori. Seconda 
edizione. 

2 vols. 8vo. Parma, MSI 



Scoperta della chironomia ossia dell' arte di 

gestire con le mani. 

8vo. Parma, 1797 

REQUEST (A) presented to the King of Spain and 
the Lordes of the Counsel of the State, by the 
inhabitants of the Lowe Countreyes protesting 
that they will live according to the reformation 
of the Gospell : the xxij of June 1578. 

4to. Leicjlie Mannenby. Edinburgh, 1578 



REQUESTS de Charlotte de la Porte au parlement 
presentee en consequence d'un memoire en forme 
de plainte par elle depose, etc. 

4to. Parts, 1735 

pr^sentdc k monseigneur I'archevesque par lea 

cures de Paris, au sujet des miracles qui s'optSrent 
au tombeau de M. I'abbe de Paris. 

4to. 1731 



Seconde requeste pr6sent^e k Monseigneur 



I'archeveque par les cur6s de Paris le 4 Octobre 
1731, au sujet des miracles qui s'operent tous 
les jours au tombeau de M. I'abbe de Paris. 

4to. 1731 

presentee au Parlement par Charlotte de la 



Porte dont les jambes et les pieds out grandi et 
se sont formes apris I'age de cinquante ans dans 
le cours de ses convulsions. 

4to. Paris, 1735 

presentee au parlement pour Denise Regne 

guerie subitement dans les prisons de Vincennes 
d'un dragon dans I'oeil et d'un cancer au sein, le 
13 f6vrier 1734, i la fin de la dernifere de sea 
convulsions. [By Jean Regn^.] 

4to. Paris, 1735 

presentee au parlement pour Marguerite 

Catherine Turpin, dont les os se sont reformes 
apres I'age de 27 ans, par Taction des violens 
secours que ses convulsions I'ont obligd de 
demander. [By Marie Le Beau, femme 
Richard.] 

4to. Paris, 1735 

RERESBY, Sir John, Bart. Memoirs, from the 
Restoration to the Revolution. 

4to. London, 1734 

Travels and memoirs ; the former exhibiting a 

view of the governments and society in Europe 
during the time of Cromwell's usurpation, the 
latter containing anecdotes and secret history of 
the courts of Charles ii. and James ii. 

8vo. London, 1813 

RERUM Alamannicarum seriptores. 
Sec Seriptores Renun Alamannicarum. 

Anglicarura Henrico Viii., Edwardo vi. et 

Maria regnantibus annalcs. Nunc primum cditi. 
[By F. Godwin.] 

fol. B. Norton for J. Bill. London, l6l6 



1532 



RERUM— RESPUBLICA 



EERUM Anglicarum scriptores. 

See Scriptores Eerum Anglicarum. 

Britaiinicarum scriptores. 



See Scriptores Eerum Britannicarum. 

— Germaiiicarum scriptores. 

See Scriptores Eerum Germanicaram. 

— Hibernicarum scriptores. 

See Scriptores Eerum Hibernicarum. 

— Hispanicarum scriptores. 

See Scriptores Eerum Hispanicarum. 

— Hungaricarum scriptores. 

See Scriptores Eerum Hungaricarum. 



jMuscoviticarum auctores. 



See Scriptores Eerum Muscoviticarum. 

EESCUYNGE of the Romishe fox. 
See Wraghton, W., pseud. 

RESEN, Hans, Bishop of Zealand. 
See Bible, Danish. l6i7. 

RESEN, Peder. 

See Edda. Poetic Edda. Ethica Odini. Copen- 
hagen, 1665, etc. 

EESIDENCE (A) on the shores of the Baltic de- 
scribed in a series of letters. [By E. Rigby, 
afterwards Lady Eastlake.] 

2 vols, in 1. 8vo. London, 1841 

RESIGNATION (The) discussed ; in which many of 
the false facts are detected and sophistical 
reasonings refuted : in a pamphlet [by the Earl 
of Chesterfield] intitled, An apology for a late 
resignation. 

Svo. London, 1748 

EESIGNERS (The) vindicated ; or, the defection 
reconsidered, in which the designs of all parties 
are set in a true light. [By George Sewell.] 
2 parts in 1 vol. Svo. London, 1718 

RESOLUTION (The) of a case of conscience, wherein 
some persons of piety and sincerity seem to be 
at a loss, viz., the case whether, as matters now 
stand, it be lawful to frequent our parish churches 
for communion in divine worship. [By SAMUEL 
GRASCOME.] 

Svo. [^London, 1703] 



RESOLUTION (The) of the agitators of the army, 
concerning the prosecution of their late re- 
monstrance and protestation against the sitting 
of the late usurpers of parliamentary power in 
the Parliament : with the reasons constraining 
them so resolutely to adhere to that their pro- 
testation, presented, Sept. 2. 

4to. London, l647 

RESOLUTIONS (The) of the electors, and the 
princes of the empire, February the 11th, l689, 
containing the reasons of their declaring war 
against France, with the emperor's concurrence 
in it. 

4to. London, l6S9 

of the first meeting of the Friends to the 

liberty of the press, Dec. 19th, 1792. Also the 
declaration of the second meeting, Jan. 22nd, 
1793; written by the Hon. Thomas Erskine ; 
to which is added a letter to Mr. Reeves, . . . 
by Thomas Law. 

Svo. London, 1793 

of the master chimney sweepers within the 



liberties of Westminster, etc., respecting chimney 
sweepers and their apprentices. 

Svo. London, 1799 

RESOLUTIONS importantes des etats de Hollande 
et de West-Frise pendant le miuistere de Jean 
de Witt, traduites du Hollandois. 

12mo. Amsterdam, 1725 

RESPUBLICA et status regni Hungariae. 

24mo. Elzevir. [Leyden] 1634 



— Hollandiae et urbes. [By H. Grotius and 
P. Merula.] 

24mo. Leyden, 1630 

— Moscoviae et urbes. [By M. Z. Boxhornius.] 

2 parts in 1 vol. 24mo. Leyden, 1630 

— Namurcensis, Hannoniae et Lutsenburgensis. 
[By J. B. Gramaye, L. Guicciardini, and J. 
Bertelius.] 

24mo. Amsterdam, 1634 

— Romana : honori urbis eternae P. SCElVERius 
restituit. 

24mo. Elzevir. Leyden, 1629 

— sive status regni Galliae diversorum autorum. 
[Seyssel, Du Tillet, La Loupe, Honorius, Botero.] 

24mo. Elzevir. Leyden, I626 



RESPUBLICA— REUSS 



153S 



BESPUBLICA sive status regni Poloiiiae, Lituaniae, 
Prussiae, Livoiiiae, etc., diversorum autorum. 

24mo. Elzevir. Leyden, 1627 

RESTAUT, Pierre. Principes g^n^raux de la gram- 
maire fiaii^oise, avec un abrege des rfegles de la 
versification. Cinquieme edition. 

12mo. Paris, 1749 

RESURRECTION (The) of Jesus considered : in 
answer to the tryal of the witnesses. By a 
moral philosopher [P. Annex]. The third edition. 

8vo. London, 1744 

RETRATOS de los Espanoles illustres con un 
epitome de sus vidas. 

fol. Madrid, 1791 

RETROSPECTIVE (The) Review; first series, 14 
vols. ; second series, edited by H. Southern 
and N. H. Nicolas, 2 vols. 

16 vols. 8vo. London, \%20-28 

[Third series] consisting of criticisms upon, 

analyses and extracts from curious old books. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1853-54 

RETURN (The) from Parnassus ; or, the scourge of 
simony ; publicly acted by the students of St. 
John's College in Cambridge, l606. Edited by 
E. Arbek. [English Scholars' Library, vi.] 

4to. London, 1880 

The returne of the renowned Cavaliero Pasqnill 



of England, from the other side the seas, and 
his meeting with Marforius at London upon 
the Royall Exchange. Where they encounter 
with a little houshold talke of Martin and Mar- 
tinisme. [By T. Nash.] 

4to. [London] 1589 

RETURNA Brevium. 

4to. Wynkyn de Worde. Loiulon, 1519 

RETZ, Jean Frangois Paul de Gondi, cardinal de. 

Archbishop of Paris. 

See Collection des m^moires — Petitot [vols, xliv.- 
xlvi.] 
„ Joly, G. Memoires. Geneva, Mil. 

Memoires. Nouvelle Edition, augmentee de 

plusieurs eclaircissemens historiques et de 
quelques pifeces du Cardinal de Retz et autres, 
etc. 

4 vols. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1731 



Nouvelle Edition. 



4 vols. 12mo. Geneva, Mil 



RETZA, Franciscus de. Comestorium vitiorum. 

fol. [./. Sensenschmidl.] Nuremberg, 1470 

RETZOW, J. A. von. Nouveaux memoires his- 
toriques sur la guerre de sept ans : traduits de 
I'Allemand. 

2 vols. 8vo. Pans, 1803 

REUBER, Justus. 

See Scriptores rerum Qermanicanim. Hanau, 
1619, etc. 

REUILLY, Jean de, Baron. Voyage en Crimee et 
sur les bords de la Mer Noire, pendant I'ann^e 
1803. 

8to. Paris, I8O6 

REUSCH, Erhard. 

Seu Juvencus, C. V. A. Historiae evangelieae 
lib. iv. Frankfort, 1710. 

REUSCH, Franz Heinrich. Nature and the Bible : 
lectures on the Mosaic history of creation in its 
relation to natural science. Translated by K. 
Lyttelton. 

2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1886 

REUSNER, Elias. Genealogicon Romanum de 
familiis praccipuis regum, principum, Caesarum, 
imperatorum, consulum item, aliorumque magis- 
tratuum ac procerum imperii Romani ab U. C. 
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REUSS, Eduard Wilhelm Eugen. 
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8vo. Brunswick, I890 

Die Geschichte der Heiligen Schriften Neuen 

Testaments. Sechste Ausgabe. 

8vo. Brunswick, 1887 

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8vo, Edinburgh, 1884 

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the Christian Church. Translated by D. Hunter. 
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REUSS, Jeremias David. 

See Repertorium commentationum. Gottingen, 
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REVEALED knowledge of the prophecies and times. 
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REVELATION (The) to the Monk of Evesham. 
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4to. London, 1869 

REVELATIONS (Les) indiscrfetes du xviii" siecle ; 
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REVELEY, Willey. 

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REVETT, Nicholas. 

&e Chandler, R. Travels. Oxford, 1S25. 
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REVIEW (A) of Dr. Sherlock's Case of Allegiance 
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his vindication of that case. 

4to. London, 1691 

of Dr. Zachary Gray's Defence of our ancient 

and modern historians. [By John Oldmixon.] 

8vo. London, 1725 

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— of Lord Bute's administration. [By John 
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8vo. London, 1763 

of Mr. M[atthew] H[enry]'s new notion of 



schism, and the vindication of it. 

4to. London, 1692 



— of Mr. Pitt's administration. [By John 
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8vo. London, 1763 

— Appendix to the review of Mr. Pitt's adminis- 
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8vo. London, 1763 

— of the arguments in favor of the continuance 
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REVIEW (A) of the bill now depending in parlia- 
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timber within the New Forest. 

8vo. [London 1 1799] 

of the case of lord Cochrane as one of the 

defendants at the trial 8-y June 1814, for an 
alleged conspiracy to raise the prices of the 
public funds, 21 Feb. 1814. 

8vo. London, 1830 

of the controversy between the author [A. 

Collins] of A discourse of the grounds and 
reasons of the Christian religion, and his adver- 
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8vo. London, 1726 

of the dangers of the Church, occasioned by 

the Memorial of the Church of England [a 
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4to. London, 1705 

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8vo. London, 1733 

of the late motion for an address to his Majesty 



against a certain great minister, and the reasons 
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8vo. London, 1741 

— of the pamphlet entitled, A discourse on the 
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Svo. London, 1790 

— of the parliamentary conduct of the right 
lion. Charles James Fox, and the right hon. 
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their difierent modes of elocution, etc. 

8vo. London, 1789 



of the present administration. 

Svo. London, 1774 



— of the principal charges against Warren 
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8vo. London, 1788 



of the principal proceedings of the parliament 

of 1784. 

Svo. London [17S9] 

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plaining of an undue election and return for the 
town of Nottingham. 

Svo. London, 1803 



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REVIEW (A) of the Short History of Prime 
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8vo. London, 1733 



of the text of Milton's Paradise Lost, in which 

the chief of Dr. Bentley's emendations are con- 
sidered. [By Zachary Peause.] 

3 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1732-33 

of the three great national questions relative 

to a declaration of right, Poyning's law, and the 
Mutiny Bill. [By C. F. Sheridan.] 

8vo. London, 1781 

of the whole political conduct of a late eminent 



patriot [J. Perceval, earl of Egmont] and his 
friends for twenty years last past : in which is 
contained a complete history of the late opposi- 
tion and an answer to a pami)hlet [by J. 
Perceval, earl of Egmont], Faction detected, etc. 

8vo. London, 1743 

R^VILLE, Albert. Lectures on the origin and 
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8vo. London, 1895 

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R^VILLE, Jean. La religion k Rome sous les 
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EEVOLTER (The). A trage-comedy acted between 
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REVOLUTION (The) and anti-revolution principles 
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Svo. London, 1714 

REVOLUTION du dix-huit fructidor, 1797, avec le 
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8vo. London, 1797 
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REVOLUTION, William, Esqr., pseud. The real 
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REVOLUTIONS d'Ecosse et d'Irlande en 1707, 1708, 
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ses principalis partisans. 

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REVUE celtiquc, dirigee par H. Gaidoz [and 
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RITSCHL, Albrecht. A critical history of the 
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8vo. Edinburgh, 1872 



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8vo. Bonn, 18.57 

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2 parts in 1 vol. Svo. Marseilles, 1793 

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RIZZI ZANNONI, Giovanni Antonio. 
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ROBARTES, Foulke. Gods holy house and service, 
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4to. Thomas Cotes. London, 1639 



BOBBINS— ROBERTS 



1549 



ROBBINS, Thomas. 

Sir Mather, C. Magnalia Christi Americana. 
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ROBE, Thomas. 

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EOBECK, Joannes. De morte voluntaria philoso- 
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FUNCCIUS. 

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ROBERT, King of Naples. 11 trattado delle virtu' 
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8vo. Twin, 1750 

ROBERT I. [Bruce], King of Scotland. 
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„ „ Gordon, P., Poet. The famous his- 

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ROBERT le moine. 

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ROBERT of Boston. 

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ROBERT of Brunne. 

See Bonaventura, Saint. Meditations on the 
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4to. London, 1862 

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2 vols. 8vo. London, I SS7 



ROBERT of Gloucester. 

See Church historians of England, vol. v. pt. 1 . 
„ Hearne, T. Works. London, 1810. 
„ Life and martyrdom of Thomas Beket. 
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Chronicle, transcrib'd and now first publish'd 

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2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1724 

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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1887 

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ROBERT, Saint, of Knaresborough. 

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ROBERT, Frangois. Voyage dans les treize cantons 
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2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1789 

ROBERTI, Giovanni Battista, Count. Opere. 

15 vols, in 13. l2mo. Bassano, 1789-97 

Raccolta di varie operette. 

8 vols. Svo. Bologna, 1767 

ROBERTS, A., Merchant. 

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ROBERTS, Alexander. 

<Sfe Irenaeus. Writings. Edinburgh, I86S-69. 
„ Patres Apostolici. The writings of the 
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Discussions on the Gospels. Second edition. 
Svo. Cambridge, 1864 



Greek the language of Christ and His apostles. 

Svo. London, 1888 

ROBERTS, Charles. Observations on the Gulf 
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the Gulf of Florida by the Grand Cayman and 
cape St. Antonio, and on the Bahama islands. 

4to. London, 1795 



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ROBERTS, David. Egypt and Nubia from draw- 
ings made on the spot, with historical descrip- 
tions by W. Brockedon. 

3 vols. fol. London, 1 846-49 

The Holy Land : Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt 



and Nubia from drawings made on the spot, with 
historical descriptions by G-. Croly. 

3 vols. fol. Loiulon, 1842-49 

ROBERTS, George, Captain, pseud. 1 The four 

years voyages of captain Roberts in the Cape de 

Verd islands, etc. Written by himself. [By 

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8vo. London, 1726 

ROBERTS, George, of Lyme Regis. 

Sc' Yonge, W. Diary. [Camden Society.] 

ROBERTS, Griffith. A Welsh grammar and other 
tracts, Milan, 1567. A facsimile reprint pub- 
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12mo. Paris [1883] 

ROBERTS, Jane. Two years at sea : being the 
narrative of a voyage to the Swan river and 
Van Dieman's land, 1829-31. 

8vo. London, 1834 

ROBERTS, Jolin. 

See Answer to Mr. Pope's preface to Shakespear. 
London, 1729. 

ROBERTS, Peter. The Cambrian popular anti- 
quities, or an account of some traditions, customs, 

and superstitions of Wales. 

8vo. London, 1815 

ROBERTS, Robert. 

Sec More, Sir T. Utopia. Boston, 1878. 

ROBERTS, William, Editor of The Bookworm. The 
book-hunter in London. 

4to. London, 1 895 

ROBERTS, William, M.A. 

See Marmorum Oxoniensium inscriptiones. 
Oxfanl, 1791. 

ROBERTS, William Page. Law and God. Fifth 
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8vo. London, 1878 

ROBERTSON, Alexander W. Hand-List of Biblio- 
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8vo. Aberdeen, 1893 



ROBERTSON, Eben William. Scotland under her 
early Kings. A history of the kingdom to the 
close of the thirteenth century. 

2 vols. 8vo. Edinhurgh, 1862 

ROBERTSON, Frederick William. Expository 
lectures on St. Paul's epistles to the Corinthians. 

8vo. London, 1859 

Lectures and addresses on literary and social 

topics. 

8vo. London, 1858 

Life and letters. Edited by S. A. Brooke. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1865 



New edition. 



8vo. London, 1874 



— Notes on Genesis. [Edited by C. B. Robert- 
son.] 

8vo. London, 1877 



The human race and other sermons. 

8vo. London, 1880 



Sermons preached at Brighton. [Four series.] 

New edition. 

4 vols. 8vo. London, 1880 

ROBERTSON, George, and CHARTERIS, Henry. 

De vita et morte Roberti Rollok, academiae 

Edinburgenae primarii, narrationes. [Bannatyne 

Club.] 

4to. Edinburgh, 1826 

ROBERTSON, George Croom. 

&« Grote, G. Aristotle. London, 1880. 

Hobbes. [Philosophical classics for English 

readers, x.] 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1886 

Philosophical remains, with a memoir. Edited 

by A. Bain and T. Whittaker. 

8vo. London, 1894 

ROBERTSON, J. Drummond. A glossary of dialect 

and archaic words used in the county of 

Gloucester. Edited by Lord Moreton. [English 

Dialect Society, Ixi.] 

8vo. London, 1890 

ROBERTSON, James. Editio secunda grammaticae 

Hebracae : cum appendice. 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1783 



ROBERTSON— ROBIN'S 



1551 



ROBERTSON, James Burton. 

See Moehler, J. A. Symbolism. London, 1843. 
„ Schlegel, C. W. F. von. The philosophy of 
history. London, 18-t6. 

ROBERTSON, James Oraigie. 

See Bargrave, J. Pope Alexander the seventh. 
[Camden Society.] 
„ Materials for the history of Thomas Becket. 

[Kolls Series.] 

History of the christian church from the 

apostolic age to the Reformation, a.d. 64-1.517. 
4 vols. 8vo. London, 1866-73 

ROBERTSON, John Mackinnon. 

See Bonner, H. B. Charles Bradlaugh. London, 
1894. 

ROBERTSON, Joseph. 
Sec Bannatyne Club. 
„ Spalding Club. 

ROBERTSON, William. An historical disquisition 
concerning the knowledge which the ancients 
had of India ; and the progress of trade with 
that country prior to the discovery of the 
passage to it by the Cape of Good Hope. 

4to. London, 1791 

Third edition. 

8vo. London, 1799 

The history of America. 

2 vols. 4to. London, Mil 

The history of America, books ix. and x., con- 
taining the history of Virginia to the year 1688, 
and the history of New England to the year 
1652. [Edited by W. Robertson, the younger.] 

4to. London, 1796 



— The history of Scotland during the reigns of 

Mary and James VI., till his accession to the 

crown of England, with a review of the Scottish 

history previous to that period. Third edition. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1760 

The history of the reign of the Emperor 



Charles v., with a view of the progress of society 

in Europe from the subversion of the Roman 

empire to the beginning of the sixteenth century. 

3 vols. 4to. London, 1769 

ROBERTUS, Abbot of the Abbey of St. Reraigius 
at Rheims. 
See Collection des m^moires — Guizot [vol. xxiii.]. 

VOL. III. 



ROBERTUS de Avesbury. 

See Adamus Murimuthensis. Continuatio 
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Historia de mirabilibus gestis Edvardi III. : 

accedunt libri Saxonici qui ad manus J. Joscelini 
venerunt, nomina eorum qui scripserunt historiam 
gentis Anglorum et ubi exstant : e codicibus 
Mss. Edidit T. Hearnius. 

8vo. Oxfm-d, 1720 

ROBERTUS de Graystanes. 

See Gaufridus de Ooldingham. Historiae Dunel- 
mensis scriptorcs tres. [Surtees Society.] 

ROBERTUS de Torinneio. 

See Chronicles of the reigns of Stephen, etc. 

[Rolls Series.] 

,, Church historians of England, vol. iv. part 2. 

„ „ „ „ vol. V. part 1. 

„ Sigebertus Gemblacensis. Chronicon. Paris, 

1513. 

ROBICHON. 

Stfg De I'Angleterre. London, 'i^\ I. 

ROBILLARD D'AVRIGNY, Hyacinthe. 
See Avrigny, H. R. d'. 

ROBILLARD-PERONVILLE. 

S'fc Musde frangais. Paris, 1803-1809. 

ROBIN GOODFELLOW. 

See Mad pranks. [Percy Society.] 

ROBIN, Claude C. Nouveau voyage dans TAmerique 
septentrionale en I'annde 1781. 

8vo. Philadelphia, 1782 

Voyages dans I'interieur de la Louisiaue, de la 

Floride occidentale, et dans Ics isles de la 
Martinique et de Saint-Domingue, 1 802-6, suivis 
de la flore louisianaise. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1807 



ROBINET, Jean Baptiste Rend. 

See Bayle, P. Analyse raisonnce. London, 1755- 
70. 
,, Diderot, D., and Alemhert, J. le R. d'. En- 
cyclop(5die. Paris, etc., 1751-80. 

ROBIN'S last shift. 

S'c Weekly remarks. London, 1115-16. 

panegyrick ; or, the Norfolk Miscellany. 

3 parts in 1. Svo. London [11 30-32] 

2 E 



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ROBINS, Benjamin. 

See Observations on the present convention with 
Spain. London, 1739. 

ROBINSON, Anthony. A short history of the 
persecution of Christians by Jews, heathens, and 
Christians. To which are added, an account 
of the present state of religion, in the United 
States of America, etc. 

8vo. Carlisle [1793] 

ROBINSON, C. Clough. A glossary of words per- 
taining to the dialect of Mid- Yorkshire, with 
others peculiar to Lower Nidderdale ; to which 
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shire dialect. [English Dialect Society, xiv.] 

8vo. London, 1876 

ROBINSON, afterwards NORCLIFFE, Charles Best. 
See Best, H. Rural economy in Yorkshire. 

[Surtees Society.] 
„ Flower, W. Visitation of Yorkshire. [Har- 
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ROBINSON, Christopher. 

See Considerations on the late bill. Dublin, 
1754, etc. 

ROBINSON, Sir Christopher. 

&e Consolato del mare. London, 1800. 
„ Scott, W. Baron Stowell. Report of the 
judgment. London, 1799. 

ROBINSON, Clement. A handefull of pleasant 
delites : reprinted from the original edition of 
158-i. [Spenser Society.] 

4to. Manchester, 1871 

Another edition. [English Scholar's Library, 

iii.] 

4to. London, 1878 

ROBINSON, Edward, D.D. 

See Bible, Greek. N. T., Gospels. 1834. 
„ Biblical Repository. Andover, 1831, etc. 



Biblical researches in Palestine and the adjacent 



regions. A journal of travels in the years 1838 
and 1 852 by E. Robinson, E Smith, and others. 
Second edition. 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1856 

— Physical geography of the Holy Land. A 
supplement to the author's Biblical researches in 
Palestine. 

8vo. London, 1865 



ROBINSON, Edward, Major. 

See Discourse of the warr in Lancashire. 
[Chetham Society.] 

ROBINSON, Francis Eildare. A glossary of words 
used in the neighbourhood of Whitby. [English 
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2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. London [1875-]76 

ROBINSON, Hastings. 

See Zurich letters. Oamhridge, 1842-47. 

ROBINSON, Henry. Certain proposalls in order to 
the peoples freedome and accommodation in some 
p.articulars, with the advancement of trade and 
navigation of this common-wealth in generall. 

4to. London, 1652 

ROBINSON, Henry Crabb. Diary, reminiscences, 
and correspondence. Selected and edited by T. 
Sadler. Second edition. 

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1869 

ROBINSON, John, Bishop of London. 
See Account of Sueden. Londtm, 1694. 

ROBINSON, John, Surveyor-General of Woods and 
Forests. Letter to Sir John Sinclair, bart., 5th 
April, 1794. 

4to. London, 179* 

ROBINSON, Sir John Charles. 

See South Kensington Museum. Catalogue. 
London, 1863. 

ROBINSON, Joseph Armitage. 

See Aristides, Saint. The apology. Cambridge, 
1891. 
,, Bible, Appendix. Gospel of Peter. Edin- 
burgh, 1897. 
,, Passion of S. Perpetua. Cambridge, 1891. 
„ Passion of the Scillitan martyrs. Edinburgh, 

1897. 
„ Texts and studies. Cambridge, 1891-96. 

Euthaliana ; studies of Euthalius, Codex H. of 



the Pauline epistles and the Armenian version : 
with an appendix containing a collation of the 
Eton MS. of the pseudo-Athanasian synopsis. 
[Texts and studies, iii. 3.] 

8vo. Cambridge, 1895 

ROBINSON, Lucius Franklin. 

See Mather, C. Magnalia Christi Americana. 
Hart/oid, 1853. 



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1553 



ROBINSON, Nicholas. The Hertfordshire spy. 

Uo. London, 1707 

ROBINSON, Peter Frederick. History of Hard- 
wicke Hall. [Part iii. of the original edition of 
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fol. London, 183.'') 



— Rural architecture ; or, a series of designs for 
ornamental cottages. 

4to. London, 182.'i 



Vitruvius Britannicus; history of Woburn 



Abbey, Hatfield House, Hardwicke Hall, and 
Cassiobury House. Edited by J. Brixton. 

fol. London, 1847 

ROBINSON, Ralph. 

See More, Sir T. [Utopia. English.] London, 
1551, etc. 



ROBINSON, Richard. A golden mirrour, contein- 
ing certaine pithie and figurative visions prog- 
nosticating good fortune to England, and all 
true English subjectes. Reprinted from the 
original edition of 1589, with an introduction 
and notes by T. CoRSER. [Chetham Society, 
xxiii.] 

4to. [Manchester] 1851 

ROBINSON, Robert. 

See Saurin, J. Sermons. London, 1836. 

A political catechism, intended to convey, in a 



familiar manner, just ideas of good civil govern- 
ment, and the British constitution. Third 
edition. 

8vo. London, 1784 

ROBINSON, Thomas, Professor of Theology. 

See Hesiod. Opera. [Greek and Latin.] Oxford, 
1737, etc. 

ROBINSON, Thomas, Mariner. The anatomie of 
the English nunnery at Lisbon in Portugal! ; 
dissected and laid open by one that was some- 
time a younger brother of the convent. 

4to. Foi- r. Stephens and C. Meredith. l637 

ROBINSON, Thomas, Rector of Ousby. An essay 
towards a natural history of Westmorland and 
Cumberland. 

8vo. London, 1709 



ROBINSON, Thomas, Vicar of St. Mary's, Leicester. 
A serious exhortation to the inhabitants of 
Great Britain with reference to the approaching 
fast. Second edition. 

12mo. London, 1795 

ROBINSON, William. The history and antiquities 
of the parish of Edmonton in the county of 
Middlesex. 

8vo. London, 1819 

The history and antiquities of the parish of 



Stoke Newington in the county of Middlesex. 

8vo. London, 1820 

The history and antiquities of the parish of 

Tottenham High Cross in the county of Middle- 
sex. To which is added an appendix, containing 
Henry Lord Coleraine's History of Tottenham, 
and W. Bedwell's Brief history of Tottenham, 
with the antient poem of the Tournament of 
Tottenham, with a glossary, etc. 

8yo. Tottenham, 1818 

ROBINSON, William Davis. Memoirs of the Mexi- 
can revolution, including a narrative of the 
expedition of General Xavier Mina, with some 
observations on the practicability of opening a 
commerce between the Pacific and Atlantic 
oceans through the Mexican isthmus. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1821 

ROBISON, John. 

See Black, Joseph. Lectures on the elements of 
chemistry. Edinburgh, 1803. 

ROBLES, Eugenio de. Compendio de la vida y 
hazaiias del Cardenal don fray Francisco Ximenez 
de Cisneros : y del Oficio y Missa Muzarabe. 

4to. Toledo, 1604 

BOBORE, Leonardus de. See Revere, L. della. 

ROBORTELLO, Francesco. 

iStfc Aristotle. [Poetica.] Florence, 1 54-8. 
„ Longinus, D. C. Liber de sublimi orationis 
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De historica facultate disputatio : Laconici, 

seu sudationis explicatio : De nominibus Roman- 
orum : De rhetoriea facultate : Explicatio in 
Catulli epithalamium. Annotationes in varia 
tam Graecorum quam Latinorum loca, etc. 

8vo. Law. Torrentinus. Florence, 1548 



1554 



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BOBOBTELLO, Francesco. De vita et victu populi 
Eomani sub imperatoribus tomus i. qui continet 
libros XV., et disjjutationes novem. 

fol. /. B. and A. Benacii and J. Eubmis. 

Bologna, 1559 

BOBSON, George. 

See Dorner, I. A. History of protestant theology. 
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BOBSON, John. 

See Three early English metrical romances. 
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BOBSON, Joseph. An account of six year.s' resi- 
dence in Hudson's Bay, 1733-36 and 1744-47: 
to which is added an appendix containing a 
short history of the discovery of Hudson's 
Bay, etc. 

8vo. London, 1752 

BOBY, John. Traditions of Lancashire: first and 
second series. 

4 vols. 8vo. London, 1829-31 

BOCCA, Delia, Abbe. Traite complet sur les 
abeilles, avec une methode nouvelle de les 
gouverner, telle qu'elle se pratique k Syra: 
precede d'un precis historique de cette lie. 

3 vols. 8vo. Pam, 1790 

BOCCA, Angelo, Bishop of Tagasti. Bibliotheca 

Apostolica Vaticana a Sixto v. Pont. Max. in 

splendidiorem commodioremque locum translata. 

4to. Ex typ. Vatimna. jRome, 1591 

Osservationi intorno alle bellezze della lingua 

Latina. 

8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1576 



• Another edition. 
■ Another edition. 



8vo. Venice, 1580 
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BOC— D, Nanny, pseud. Letter to a member of 
the B— f Stake Club, in vindication of certain 
ladies calumniated in the Freeholder of March 
9th, in the stile of a certain knight. 

4to. London, 1716 

BOCHAMBEAU, AchiUe Lacroix de Vimeux, 
marquis de. 

Sec Antony [de Bourbon], King of Navarre. 
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EOCHE, Antonin. Histoire d'Angleterre depuis les 
temps les plus recules. 

2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1840 

BOCHECHOUABT, Guillaume de. 

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„ Collection universelle des memoir es [vols, 
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BOCHEFOBT, Charles de. 

See Histoire naturelle et morale des iles Antilles. 
Rotterdam, 1 681. 

Relation de I'isle de Tabago. 

12mo. Paris, 1666 

BOCHEFOBT, Guillaume Dubois de. 

See Homer. L'lliade et I'Odyssde. Paris, 1781- 
82. 
„ Sophocles. Theatre. Paris, 1788. 

BOCHEFOUCAULD. See La Bochefoucauld. 

BOCHEGUDE, Henri Pascal de. 

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• Works : poems, letters, with Valentinian, a 

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12mo. London, 1714 

BOCHESTEB, Laurence Hyde, earl of. 

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BOCHETTE, B6su:6 Baoul. 
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BOCHON, Alexis Marie. Recueil de memoires sur 
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HOCHON DE CHABANNES, Marc Antoine Jacques. 
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ROCK, Daniel. The church of our Fathers, as 
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3 vols, in 4. 8vo. London, 1849-53 

Hierurgia, or the holy sacrifice of the Mass ; 

with notes and dissertations elucidating its 
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2 vols. 8vo. Fyondon, 1 833 

ROD (A) for the Burkites, consisting of remonstra- 
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RODD, Jane, Lady. 

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RODE, August. 

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RODERICK, John. English and Welch dictionary ; 
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RODRIGUEZ MOHEDANO, Rafael and Pedro. 

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ROE, Secretary to Colonel John Birch. Military 
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ROEMER, Johann Jacob. Genera insectorum 
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ROESEL VON ROSBNHOF, August Johann. His- 
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ROESSLIN, Eucharius. The birth of mankynde, 
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8vo. London, 1879 



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8vo. Edinburgh, 1877 



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8vo. London, 1877 

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8vo. London, 1878 



— Historical notices of St. Anthony's monastery, 
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8vo. London, 1877 

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8vo. Edinburgh, 1882 

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ROGERS, Charles, F.E.S. Catalogue of books in 
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ROGERS, Henry. 

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analysis of his writings. A new edition. 

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Third edition. 

8yo. London, 187.'5 

ROGERS, James Edwin Thorold. 

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„ Cobden Club essays. London, 1872. 

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ROGERS, James Guinness. The church systems of 
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ROGERS, John, Author of ' The Summc of Chris- 
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ROGERS, John, Martyr. 

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ROGERS, Nathan. Memoirs of Monmouthshire, 
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12mo. London, 1708 

ROGERS, Samuel. 

For Life, sec Olayden, P. W. London, 1887. 



Poems. 



8vo. London, 1812 



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8vo. London, 1834 



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4to. London, 1819 



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8vo. London, 1823 

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8vo. London, 1830 



The pleasures of memory, with other poems. 
12mo. London, 1802 



ROGERS, T., Captain. 

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ROGERS, Thomas, Chaplain to Archbishop Bancroft. 
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ROGERS, Thomas, Controversialist. 

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ROGERSON, William. 

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ROGET, Peter Mark. Animal and vegetable physio- 
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BOGISSARD, De. Les delices de I'ltalie, ou descrip- 
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ROGLER, Johann Bartholomaeus. 

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Veritable discours de ce qui s'est passe en 
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2 parts in 1 vol. 12mo. [L. Elzevier. 
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Voyage faict en I'an 1 600, en Italie, Allemaigne, 

Pays-Bas uni, Angleterre, et Escosse. 

12mo. L. Elzevier. Amsterdam, 1646 

ROHAN, Louis Ren^ fidouard de, Prince, Cardinal. 
Si:e Balsamo, G. Mdmoirc pour le comtc de 
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ROHAN, Louis Ren6 "Sdouard de. Prince, Cardinal. 
M6moire pour L. E. E. de Eohan, centre M. le 
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Motte, du sieur de Villette, de la demoiselle 
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4to. Paris, 1786 

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ROHDE, Ulric Andreas. De veterum poetarum 
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ROJAS, Ferdinando de. 

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ROJAS ZORRILLA, Francisco de. Comedia 
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4to. Valencia, 1763 

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ROKEEY, Matthew Robinson-Morris, baron. 

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1559 



ROKEWODE, John Gage. 

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ROLAND LE VIRLOYS, Charles Frangois. Dic- 
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ROLL of the proceedings of the King's Council in 
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ROLLAC, Jacques S^bastien. Expos^ fiddle des 
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ROLLAND, John. The seven sages : in Scotish 
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ROLLE, Richard, of Hampolc. 
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De la maniere d'enseigner et d'etudier les 

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4 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1755 



Supplement au trait6 de la maniere d'enseigner 



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12mo. Paris, 1734 

_ The method of teaching and studying the 
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4 vols. Svo. London, 1734 

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<rinois, des Assyriens, des Babyloniens, des Mfedos 
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6 vols. 4to. Paris, 1740 

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2f 



1560 



ROLLO— KOME 



ROLLO, John. Medical report of cases of inocula- 
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ROMAGNESI, Jean Antoine. CEuvres. Nouvelle 
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ROMANI, Giovanni. Opere. Vols, i.-iii. Dizion- 
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8 vols, in 5. Svo. Milan, 1S25-27 

ROMANIA, recueil trimestriel consacr6 a I'etude 
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ROMANISOHE Studien. Herausgegeben von E. 
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3 vols. 8vo. Borne, 1765 



ancienne et moderne. 



12mo. Paris, 1671 



ROME— ROOM 



1561 



ROME in the nineteenth century, containing a com- 
plete account of the ruins of the ancient city, 
the remains of the middle ages, and the monu- 
ments of modern times ; in a series of letters 
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3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1S20 



Accademia Pontificia de' nuovi Lineal. Atti. 

Series i. 2ti vols, in 22. 4to. 

Series ii. 8 vols, in 10. 4to. 

Series iii. Tran.sunti, 8 vols. ; Scienze morali, 



13 vols. ; Scienze fisiche, 19 vols, in 21. 

Series iv. Rendiconti, 7 vols, in 13; Scienze 
morali, 10 vols. ; Scienze fisiche, 7 vols. 

Series v. Eendicouti di scienze morali, 5 vols.; 
Rendiconti de scienze fisiche, 5 vols, in 10; 
Scienze morali, 3 vols. 

In progress. 8vo and 4to. Borne, 1851, etc. 

Societk. Romana di storia patria. Archivio. 

In progress. 8vo. Borne, 1878, etc. 

ROMl: DE L'ISLE, Jean Baptiste Louis de. Des 

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ROMERTJS, Blasius. 

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ROMILLY, Sir Samuel. Memoirs of the life of Sir 
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3 vols. 8vo. London, 1840 

Observations on the criminal law of England 



as it relates to capital punishments, and on the 
mode in which it is administered. 

8vo. London, 1810 

ROMME, Charles. Dictionnaire de la marine fran- 
qoise, avec figures. 

8vo. Paris, 1792 

Tableaux des vents, des marges, et des courans 



qui ont M observes sur toutes les mers du 
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2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1806 

ROMNEY, George. 

For Life, see Hayley, W. Chichester, 1 809, 

ROMNEY, Henry Sidney, earl of. 
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ROMULUS, Translator of Aesop's Fables. 

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RONCALLI, Parolino Carlo, Count. Epigrammi. 
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RONCONI, Ignazio. Dizionario d'agricoltura o sia 
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RONQUILLO, Pedro. The last memorial of the 
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single sheet, fol. London, l68I 



RONSARD, Pierre de. CEuvres. 

10 vols, in 4. 12mo. Paris, 1587 

Spanisb morocco, with the arms and cypher of De Thou. 



Les Hymnes. 

3 vols, in 1. 4to. Paris, 1555-56 



Citron morocco, with the arms and monogram of De Thon. 

RONSE, Edmond. 

See Heinderycx, P. Jaerboeken. Feurne, 1853- 
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ROO, Gerardus de. Annales rerum belli domique 
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Vellum, with the arms of Rodoirii., Emperor of Germany. 

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ROOM for the cobler of Gloucester. 
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The life and death of sir Thomas Moore, lord 

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8vo. London, 1728 



A new edition revised. [By S. W. Singer.] 
8vo. Chiswiclc, 1817 



ROPER, William Oliver. 

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ROPES, C. J. H. 

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2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1829 



Glossaire de la langue Romane ; avec supple- 
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3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1808-20 

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RORARIUS, Hieronymus. Quod animalia bruta 
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12mo. Amsterdam, I6G6 

EORDAM, Holger Frederik. 

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RORISON, Gilbert. 

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ROS, Carlos. Rondalla de rondalles, a imitacio del 
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ROSA, Salvatore. Satire. 

12mo. ' Severo Prothomastix.' 
Amsterdam [l664 ?] 

Another edition. 

8vo. Amsterdam, 1719 



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8vo. Venice, 1789 



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ROSA, Thomas de. Sec Rose, T. 

ROSAMOND : an opera. [By Joseph Addison.] 

4to. London, 1707 

ROSARIUS, Joannes Baptista. See Rasarius, J. B. 

ROSARY (The) with the articles of the lyfe and 
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l6mo. John Skot. London, 1537 

ROSASPINA, Francesco. La Pinacoteca della 
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fol. Bologna, 1830 

ROSCIUS, Julius, Hortinus. 

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Third edition. 

8vo. London, 1808 



ROSCOE— ROSE 



1563 



ROSCOE, William. The life and pontificate of 
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4 vols. 4to. Liverpool, 1805 



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2 vols. 4to. Liverpool, 1795 



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— Occasional tracts relative to the war between 
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8vo. London, 1810 



Poems for youth. 



12mo. London, 1820 



Remarks on the proposals made to Great 

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8vo. London, 1808 

ROSCOMMON, Wentworth Dillon, earl of. 

See Johnson, S. Works of the English poets. 
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Poems : to which is added an essay on poetry 

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8vo. London, 1717 

ROSDELL, Christopher. 

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8vo. Lmuhn, 1773 

ROSE, Alexander. 

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ROSE, Cowper. Four years in Southern Africa. 

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ROSE, D. Murray. Historical notes ; or, essays on 
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ROSE, Right Hon. George. 

.SVf Proposed system of trade with Ireland. 
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8vo. London, 1793 



ROSE, Right Hon. George. A brief examination 
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Considerations on the debt on the civil list. 

8vo. London, 1802 



— Observations on the historical work of the late 
C. J. Fox. With a narrative of the enterprize 
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Hume. 

4to. London, 1809 

— Observations on the poor laws, and on the 
management of the poor in Great Britain, arising 
from a consideration of the returns, now before 
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8vo. London, 1805 

— Observations respecting the public expenditure 
and the influence of the crown. 

8vo. London, 1810 

Trial for employing Mr. Smith, a publican in 



Westminster, upon a late Westminster election, 
and not paying him, 21 July 1791. 

8vo. London, 1791 

ROSE, Henry. Three lectures on architecture in 
England, from the earliest to the present time. 
8vo. London and A^mtlmmpton, 18-iS 

ROSE, Hugh. A genealogical deduction of the 
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ROSE, Hugli James. 

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ROSE, Stewart. St. Ignatius Loyola and the early 

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ROSE, Thomas. Idaea, sive de Jacobi Magni 
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8vo. John Norton. London, 16O8 

ROSE, William Stewart. 

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ROSEBERY, Archibald Philip Primrose, earl of. 
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ROSEO, Mambrino. 

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ROSINI, Carlo Maria. 

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ROSINUS, Joannes. Antiquitatum Romanarum 

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ROSMINI, Carlo de'. Dell' istoria intorno alle mili- 
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ROSNY, Antoine Joseph Nicolas de. Vie de J. P. 
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12mo. Paris, 1797 

ROSS, Alexander. Pansebeia; or, a view of all 
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8vo. London, 1696 

The philosophical touch-stone ; or, observations 

upon Sir Kenelm Digbie's discourses of the 
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4to. London, 1645 



ROSS, Alexander Johnstone. Memoir of Alexander 
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ROSS, Frederick, STEAD, Richard, and HOLDER- 
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ROSS, James. W. Lindsay Alexander, his life and 
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ROSS, John, Bishop of Exeter. 

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A treatise on navigation by steam, comprising 

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4to. London, 1828 

A voyage of discovery made under the orders 



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ROSS, Thomas. 

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ROSSAEUS, G. Gulielmus, pseud, i.e. William 
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ROSSEL, Elisabeth Paul Edouard de. Voyage de 

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ROSSET, Pierre Fulcran de. L'Agriculture : 
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ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel. 

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ROSSETTI, Domeuico de. Edizione singolarissima 
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fol. Trieste, 1826 

Petrarca, Giulio Celso e Boccaccio, illustrazione 

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■ito. Trieste [1825] 

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ROSSETTI, William Michael. 

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ROSSI, Domenico de. 

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ROSSI, Giovanni Battista de. 

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ROSSI, Giovanni Battista de. La Roma sotterranca 
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3 vols. 4to. Borne, 1864-77 

ROSSI, Giovanni Bernardo de. Annales Hebraeo- 
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3 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Burma, 1 795 

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ROSSI, Giovanni Bernardo de. Bibliotheca Judaica 
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8vo. Barma, 1800 



De Hebraicae typographise origine ac primitiis. 

4to. Barma, 1776 



— De typographia Hebraeo-Ferrariensi commcn- 
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8vo. Barma, 1780 

— Dizionario storico degli autori Arabi piii 
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8vo. Banna, 1807 



— Dizionario storico degli autori Ebrei e delle 
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2 vols, in 1. 8vo. Barma, 1802 



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Variae lectiones veteris Testamcnti ex immensa 



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ROSSI, Giovanni Gherardo de. 

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— Favole. 

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8vo. Bassano, 179* 
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Vita del cavali^re Giovanni Pikler intagliatore 



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8vo. Borne, 1792 



— Vita di Antonio Cavallucci da Sermoneta, 
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8vo. Venice, 1796 



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ROSSINI, Giovanni Pietro. II Mercurio errante 
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12mo. Rome, 1760 

ROSSIUS, Ignatius. Commentatioues Laertianae. 

8vo. Rome, 178S 

BOSSinS, Nicolaus. Catalogus selectissimae biblio- 
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EOSTGAARD, Frederik. 

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ROSWEYDUS, Eeribertus. 

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ROTA, Giovanni Battista. 

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ROUGEMONT, Franciscus. 

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4 vols. 12mo. Paris, I806 

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1823-33. 
„ Plato. Euthydemus et Gorgias. Oxfmd, 

1784. 
„ Reliquiae sacrae. Oxford, 1814-18. 

ROVERE, Francesco d'Albissola della. 
See Sixtus IV., Pope. 

ROVERE, Leonardo della. 

See Franciscus de Toledo. Oratio in funerc. 
[Borne, 1480.] 

ROVIGO, Anne Jean Marie Ren^ Savary, due de. 
See M^moires historiques sur la catastrophe. 
Paris, 1824. 

M^moires pour servir a I'histoire de I'empereur 

Napoleon, 

8 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1828 



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1569 



EOW, Charles Adolphiis. Christian evidences viewed 
in relation to modern thought. Second edition. 

[Bampton Lectures, 1877.] 

8vo. London, 1879 

Future retribution viewed in the light of 

reason and revelation. 

Svo. London, 1887 

The Jesus of the Evangelists : his historical 

character vindicated ; or, an examination of the 
internal evidence for our Lord's divine mission, 
with reference to modern controversy. 

Svo. London, 1868 

Revelation and modern theology contrasted. 

8vo. London, 1883 

The supernatural in the New Testament 



possible, credible, and historical ; or, an exami- 
nation of the validity of some recent objections 
against Christianity as a divine revelation. 

Svo. London, 187 a 

ROW, John. The history of the Kirk of Scotland, 
from the year 1558 to August 1637, with a 
continuation to July 1639. [Wodrow Society.] 
Svo. Edinburgh, ISiS 

ROW, William. 

See Blair, R. Autobiography. [Wodrow Society.] 

EOWDEN, Frances Arabella. A poetical intro- 
duction to the study of botany. 

Svo. London, 1801 

ROWE, George Stringer. 

See Bunting, W. M. Memorials. London, 1 870. 

ROWE, Jacob. All sorts of wheel-carriage im- 
proved. 

4to. London, 1734 

ROWE, Matthew. 

See Exact and full relation. London, 1 647. 

ROWE, Nicholas. 

See Dacier, A. Life of Pythagoras. London, HOT. 
„ Johnson, S. Works of the English poets. 

London, 1790. 
„ Lucanus, M. A. Pharsalia [English]. Lon- 
don, 1718, etc. 
„ New (The) rehearsal. London, 1715. 



Works, with a life of the author. 

2 vols. 12mo. London, 1792 



ROWE, Peter. See True method. London, 1703. 

ROWLANDS, Henry. 

See History of the island of Anglesey. London, 
1775. 

Mona antiqua restaurata : an archaeological 

discourse on the antiquities of the isle of 
Anglesey. With an appendix, containing a 
comparative table of primitive words, and the 
derivatures of them, etc. 

4to. Dublin, 1723 



The second edition, corrected and improved. 

4 to. London, 1766 



ROWLANDS, Samuel. 

See R. (S.) Good newes and bad newes. [1870.] 

The Four Knaves, a scries of satirical tracts. 

Edited by E. F. Rimbault. [Percy Society, ix.] 

Svo. London, 1S43 



Humors looking glasse, l60S. [Edited by 

J. P. COLLIEK.] 

4to. [1870] 

ROWLEY, Thomas. 

See Chatterton, T. Poems. London, 1777, etc. 

ROWLEY, William. A search for money; or, the 
lamentable complaint for the loss of the wander- 
ing knight. Monsieur 1' Argent : from the original 
edition of 1609. [Edited by J. P. Collier. 
Percy Society, ii.] 

Svo. London, 1840 

ROWS, John, of Warwickshire. See Rossus, J. 

ROXAS, Francisco de. Sec Rojas ZoiTilla, F. de. 

ROXBURG-H, William. Plants of the coast of 
Coromandel. 

3 vols. fol. London, 1795-1819 

ROXBURGHE Club. Publications. 

In lyrogress. fol., 4to, Svo. London, \^\A!, etc. 

1. Certaine bokes of Virgiles Aenaeis turned 
into English meter by Henky, Earle of Surrey. 

2. Caltha Poetarum ; or, the Bumble Bee. 
By T. CuTWODE. 

3. The three first books of Ovid de Tristibus. 
Translated into English by Thomas Chtjrch- 

YARDE. 



1570 



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ROXBURGHE Club [continued). 

4. Poems. By EiCHARD Baknfield. 

5. Dolarney's Primerose ; or, the first part of 
the Passioncate Hermit. [By John Reynolds.] 

6. La Contenance de la Table. 

7. Newes from Scotland, declaring the Damn- 
able Life of Doctor Fian, a notable sorcerer, who 
was burned at Edenbrough in Januarie last 1591. 

8. A proper new interlude of the World and 
the Child, otherwise called Mundus et Infans. 

9. Hagthorpe Revived; or, select specimens 
of a forgotten poet. 

10. Istoria novellamente ritrovata di due 
nobili amanti. 

11. The funeralles of King Edward the Sixt. 
[By AViLLiAM Baldwin.] 

12. A Roxburghe Garland. 

13. Cock Lorell's boat. 

14. Le Livre du faulcon. 

15. The Glutton's f caver. By Thomas Ban- 
croft. 

16. The Chorle and the Birde. [By John 
Lidgate.] 

1 7. Daiphantus ; or, the passions of love. By 
Anthony Scoloker. 

18. The complaint of a lover's life. Contro- 
versy between a lover and a jay. 

19. Balades and other poems. By John 

GOWEK. 

20. Diana ; or, the excellent conceitful sonnets 
of H[enry] C[onstable]. 

2 1 . Chester mysteries. De Deluvio Noe. De 
Occisione innocentium. 

22. Ceremonial at the marriage of Mary queen 
of Scotts with the Dauphin of France. 

23. The solempnities and triumphes doon and 
made at the spousells and marriage of the ladye 
Marye to the prynce of Castile. 

24. The life of )St. Ursula. Guiscardand Sigis- 
mund. [Translated from the Latin by W. 
Walter.] 

25. Le Morte Arthur. The adventures of Sir 
Launcelot du Lake. 



ROXBURGHE Club {cunlimied). 

26. Six bookes of Metamorphoseos, in whyche 
ben conteyned the fables of Ovyde. Translated 
out of Frensshe by William Caxton. 

27. Chevelere assigne. 

28. Two interludes: Jack Jugler and Ther- 

sytes. 

29. The New Notborune Mayd. The boke of 
Mayd Emlyn. 

30. The book of life : a bibliographical melody. 
[By Richard Thomson.] 

31. Magnyfycence, an interlude. By JoHN 
Skelton. 

32. Judicium, a pageant ; from the Towneley 

MS. 

33. An elegiacal poem on the death of Thomas, 
lord Grey of Wilton. By Robert Marston. 

34. Selections from the works of Thomas 
Ravenscroft (songs and ballads). 

35. Laelii Peregrini oratio in obitum Torquati 
Tassi. [With remarks on the life of Tasso.] 

36. The Hors, the Shepe, and the Ghoos. 
[By John Lidgate.] 

37. The metrical life of Saint Robert of 
Knaresborough . 

38. Informacon for Pylgrymes unto the Holy 
Londe. 

39. The cuck-queanes and cuckolds errants, a 
comaedye. The faery pastorall, or forrest of 
elves. By W[illiam] P[ercy]. 

40. The garden plot, an allegorical poem, by 
Henry Goldingham : with some account of the 
author. 



41. La rotta de Francciosi a Terroana. 
rotta de Scocesi. 



La 



42. Nouvelle edition d'un poeme sur la journee 
de Guinegate. 

43. Zuldima, par C. Pichler : imite de I'Alle- 
mand par H. DE C[hateaugiron]. 

44. Poems by Charles, Duke of Orleans, 
written in English during his captivity. 

45. Proceedings in the court-martial held upon 
John, master of Sinclair, for the murder of 
Ensign Schaw and captain Schaw, 17 October 
1708. 



ROXBURGHE 



1571 



ROXBURGHE Club {continued). 

16. The ancient English romance of Havclok 
the Dane, accompanied by the French text, with 
introduction, notes, and glossary by F. Maddkn. 

47. Gaufridi Arthurii Monemuthensis Archi- 
diaconi de vita et vaticiniis Merliui Calidonii 
carmen heroicum. 

48. The ancient English romance of William 
and the Werwolf. 

49. Private diary of William, 1st earl Co^vper. 

50. The lyvys of seyntys, tnmslatyd into 
Englys be Osbern Bokcnam. 

51. A little book of ballads. 

52. The love of Wales to their soveraigne 
prince : a relation of the solemnity at Ludlow, 
on the creation of Charles prince of Wales in 
1616. By Daniel Powel. 

bS. Sidneiana, being a collection of fragments 
relative to sir Philip Sidney, and his immediate 
connections. 

54. The owl and the nightingale, a poem of 
the 12th century, \vith introduction and glossary. 
Edited by J. Stevenson. 

35. The old English versions of the Gesta 
Romanorum. Edited from MS.S., with introduc- 
tion and notes, by Sir F. Madden. 

55. Introduction to the old English versions 
of the Gesta Romanorum. By Sir F. Madden. 

56. Illustrations of ancient state and chivalry 
from MSS. 

57. Manners and household expenses of Eng- 
land in the 13th and 15th centuries, illustrated 
by original records. [l. Household roll of 
Eleanor, countess of Leicester, 1265; 2. Accounts 
of the executors of queen Eleanor, 1291 ; 3. 
Accounts of sir John Howard, first duke of 
Norfolk, 1462-71. 

58. The Black Prince, an historical poem. 
Written in French by Chandos Herald ; with 
translation and notes by H. O. CoxE. 

59. The decline of the last Stuarts : extracts 
from the despatches of British envoys. 

60. Vox populi vox Dei : a complaynt of the 
comons against taxes. 

61. Household books of John, duke of Nor- 
folk, and Thomas, earl of Surrey, 1481-90. 
Edited by J. P. Gollieu. 



ROXBURGHE Club {continued). 

62. Three collections of English poetry of the 
latter part of the l6th century, [l. A gorgious 
gallery of gallant inventions ; 2. A poore knight 
his pallaco of private pleasures ; 3. A speciall 
remedie against the furious force of lawlesse 
love.] 

63. Historical papers : part i. [containing 1 . 
Castra Regia, a treatise on the succession, by 
Robert Edwards, 1568; 2. Novissima Straf- 
fordii : some account of the proceedings against 
Strafford, in Latin by Abraham Wright, in 
English by James Wright.] 

64. Correspondence of sir H. Unton, ambassa- 
dor to Henry IV. of France, 1591-92. 

65. La vraie cronicque d'Ecosce. Pretensions 
des Anglois k la couronne de France. Diplome 
de Jacques VI., roi de la Grande Bretagne. 
Drawn from the Burgundian library by R. 
Anstruthek. 

66. The Sherley brothers : an historical 
memoir of sir Thomas, sir Anthony, and sir 
Robert Sherley, knights, by one of the same 
house [Evelyn Philips Shirley]. 

67. The alliterative romance of Alexander. 

68. Letters and dispatches from Sir Henry 
Wotton to James the first and his ministers in 
the years 1 617-20. 

69. Vox Clamantis : necnon Chronica tripar- 
tita. Auctore Johanne Gower. 

70. Five old plays : [1. The conflict of con- 
science, by N. WoODES ; 2. The rare triumphs 
of love and fortune ; 3. The three ladies of 
London ; and 4. The three lords and three ladies 
of London, by R[obert] W[ilson] ; 5. A knack 
to know a knave.] Edited by J. P. Collier. 

7 1 . The romance of the Sowdone of Babyloyne, 
and of Ferumbras his sonne. 

72. The Ayenbite of Inwyt. By Dan Michel. 

73. Johannis de Garlandia De Triumphis 
ecclesiae, libri octo. 

74. Poems. By Michael Drayton. 

75. Literary remains of Edward vi. 

76. The itineraries of William Wey, fellow 
of Eton College, to Jerusalem, 1458 and 1462 : 
and to St. James of Compostella, 1456. 



1572 



ROXBURGHE 



ROXBURGHE Club (continued). 

77. The Boke of Noblesse : addressed to King 
Edward the fourth on his invasion of France in 
1475. 

78. Songs and ballads, with other short poems, 
chiefly of the reign of Philip and Mary. 

79. De Regimine Principum : a poem. By 
Thomas Occleve. 

SO. The History of the Holy Graal. 

81. Robert of Brunne's Handlyng Synne : 
with the French treatise on which it is founded, 
Le Manuel des Pechiez, by William of Wad- 
ington. 

82. The old English version of Partonope of 
Blois. 

83. Philosophaster, comoedia : poemata col- 
lecta, auctore Roberto Burtono. 

84. La Queste del Saint Graal ; in the French 
prose of (as is supposed) Walter Map. 

85. A royal historie of the excellent knight 
Generides. 

S6. Copy-book of Sir Amias Poulet's letters 
written during his embassy to France, 1577. 

87. The Boke of Nurture, by John Russell. 
The Boke of Kervynge, by Wynkyn DE 
WoRDE. The Boke of Nurture, by Hugh 
Rhodes. 

88. Map of the Holy Land, illustrating the 
Itineraries of William Wey. 

89. Historia quatuor regum Anglije, authore 

JOHANNE HERDO. > 

90. Ruthven correspondence. Letters and 
papers of Patrick Ruthven, and of his family, 
A.D. 1615-1662. 

91. The Pilgrimage of the lyf of the manhode, 
from the French of Guillaume de Deguileville. 

92. 95. Correspondence of colonel N. Hooke, 
agent from the court of France to the Scottish 
Jacobites, 1703-7. 

93. Liber Regalis seu ordo consecrandi regem 
solum : ordo consecrandi reginam cum rege : 
ordo consecrandi reginam solam : i ubrica de 
regis excquiis. 

94. Le mystere de Saint Louis, roi de France. 

95. See 92. 

96. The hystorie of the moste noble knight 
Plasidas, and other rare pieces, collected into 
one book by Samuel Pepys. 



ROXBURGHE Club (continued). 

97. Floriant and Florete, a metrical romance 
of the fourteenth century. 

98. A fragment of Partonope of Blois. 

99. The Legend of Sir Nicholas Throckmorton. 

100. Correspondence of Sir Robert Kerr, first 
Earl of Ancram, and his son William, third Earl 
of Lothian, I616-67. 

101. The History of Grisild the Second: a 
narrative of the divorce of Queen Katherine of 
Arragon. Written by William Forrest. 

102. The complete poems of Richard Barnfield. 

103. The Apocalypse of S. John the Divine, 
represented by figures reproduced in facsimile 
from a MS. in the Bodleian Library. 

104. Poems from Sir Kenelm Digby's papers, 
in the possession of Henry A. Bright. 

105. Cephalus and Procris. Narcissus. By 
Thomas Edwards. 

106. A tract on the succession to the crown 
(1602). By Sir John Harington. 

107. A print of Sir John Harington, from the 
frontispiece of his translation of Ariosto, 1 59 1 . 

108. An inquisition of the Manors of Glaston- 
bury Abbey, 1189. 

109. A Lamport Garland, from the libi-ary of 
Sir Charles E. Isham, bart., comprising four 
unique works. 

110. The Kings prophecie; or, weeping joy, 
expressed in a poem, to the honor of Englands 
too great solemnities. By Joseph Hall. 

111. Quatuor Sermones. Reprinted from the 
first edition printed by William Caxton. 

1 1 2. The life and martyrdom of Saint Katherine 
of Alexandria. 

113. Beaumont papers. Letters relating to 
the family of Beaumont of Whitley, Yorkshire, 
from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries. 

114. Miracles de Nostre Dame, collected by 
Jean Mielot. Reproduced in facsimile from 
Douce MS. 374 for John Malcolm of Poltalloch. 
With text, etc., by G. F. Warner. 

115. Guilielmi Herberti equitis aurati Croftus 
sive de Hibernia liber. 

116. Bao-iXiKoi' Aupov ; or. His Majesty's 
instructions to his dearest sonne, Henry the 
Prince. Written by King James I. 



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ROXBUEGHE Club {contimwd). 

117. The Triumphes of Petrarch. Translated 
by Henky Pakker, Lord Morley, 1554. 

118. The Mirouro of Mans Salvaciouiie, a 
fifteenth century translation into English of the 
Speculum Humanae Salvationis. 

119. The Buke of John Maundcvill, being the 
travels of Sir John Mandeville, l.SSS-l.SSG. 

120. Stuart Papers relating chiefly to Queen 
Mary of Modena and the exiled court of King 
James 11. 

121. Diary of a tour in 1732, through parts of 
England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland, made by 
John Loveday of Caversham. 

122. Memoirs of Thomas, Earl of Ailesbury, 
written by himself. 

Speech of the Earl of Powis in the house of 
lords, 23 May 1 843, on a bill for preventing the 
union of the sees of St. Asaph and Bangor. 

Chronological list of members : catalogue of 
books : rules and regulations. 

ROXBURGHE (A) Garland. [Roxburghe Club, xii.] 

18mo. London, 1817 

Printed on vellum. 

revels, and other relative papers, including 



answers to the attack on Joseph Haslewood. 
[Edited by James Maidment.] 

4to. Edinburgh, 1837 
ROY, Eugene Annand. 

See Barbaro, G. Travels to Tana and Persia. 
[Hakluyt Society.] 

ROY, William, Franciscan Friar. 

&e Proper dyaloge. London, 1863. 
„ Read. Kede me and be nott wrothe. 
London, 1871. 

ROY, William, Major-general. An account of the 
measurement of a base on Hounslow-Heath. 

4to. London, 1785 

The military antiquities of the Romans in 



Britain. [Society of antiquaries of London.] 

fol. Lomlon, 1793 

ROYAL (The) African ; or, memoirs of the young 
Prince of Anuamaboe. 

8vo. London [1720] 

and historical letters during the reign of 

Henry iv. Edited by F. C. Hingeston. [Rolls 
Series, No. 18.] 

2 vols, 8vo. London, ISGO-ili 



ROYAL (The) and other historical letters illustra- 
tive of the reign of Henry ill. Selected and 
edited by W. W. SiiiRLEY. [Rolls Series, 

No. 27.] 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1862-66 

The royall apologie ; or, an answer to the 

declaration of the House of Commons, the 1 1 of 
February, 1647. [By Sir Kenelm Dikby ?] 

4to. Paris, l648 

apology ; or, an answer to the rebels plea. 



[By Sir Roger L'Estrange or W. A.ssheton.] 

4to. London, 1684 

• Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. 

Transactions. 

3 vols. 4to. London, 1827-35 

Continued as : — 

Journal. 

In progress. 8vo. London, IS3A^, etc. 

Astronomical Society. Memoirs. 

Li. progress. 4to. London, 1822, etc. 

Monthly notices, containing abstracts of papers, 

and reports of the proceedings from 1827. [With 
an index to the first twenty-nine volumes.] 

In pvgress. 8vo. London, 183\, etc. 

Book. See Laurent, Dominican. 



College of Physicians. Certain necessary 

directions, as well for the cure of the plague, as 
for preventing the infection : with many easie 
medicines of small charge, very profitable to his 
majesties subjects. 

• 4to. London, 1665 

Bibliothecao collegii regalis medicorum Lon- 

dinensis catalogus. 

8vo. London, 1757 



College of Surgeons. Catalogue of the library. 

8vo. London, 1831 



— Corporation of the Literary Fund. 

See Account of the institution. London, 1804. 

— Claims of literature ; the origin, motives, 
objects and transactions, of the society. [By 
D. Williams : with the constitutions of the 
society, and poems by W. Boscawen and others.] 

8vo. London, 1802 



1574 



ROYAL 



ROYAL Geographical Society of London. Cata- 
logue of the library of the Society. 

8vo. London, 1865 

Journal, 1830-80. [Vols, xxiii.-xxxii. edited 

by N. Shaw ; vols, xxxiii., etc., by H. W. Bates.] 
Indices to vols, i.-x., xi.-xx., xxi.-xxx., xxxi.-xl. 
54 vols. 8vo. London, 1832-80 

Proceedings, 1855-1889. 

In progress. 8vo. London, 1857, etc. 

Eeport of the proceedings of the society in 

reference to the improvement of geographical 
education. 

8vo. London, 1886 

A selection of papers on Arctic geography and 

ethnology reprinted and presented to the Arctic 
expedition of 1875. 

8vo. London, 1875 



■ Supplementary papers, 1886-1887. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1886-87 



— Historical Society. 

See Rogers, C. Genealogical memoirs of the 
families of Colt and Coutts. 
London, 1879. 
„ ,, Genealogical memoirs of the 

family of Sir W. Scott. 
London, 1877. 
„ „ Genealogical memoirs of the 

house of Christie. London, 
1878. 
„ „ Genealogical memoirs of John 

Knox. London, 1879. 
„ Solly-Flood, F. Story of prince Henry of 

Monmouth. London, 1886. 
„ Walter of Henley. Husbandry. London, 

1890. 
„ Whitworth, C, lord. England and Napo- 
leon. London, 1887. 

— Domesday commemoration, 1886. Notes on 
the manuscripts, etc., exhibited at H.M. Public 
Record Office. 

4to. London, 1886 



— Proceedings of the Gibbon commemoration, 
179-i-1894. 

4to. London, 1895 

— Transactions. 

In progress. 8vo. London, \ SIS, etc. 



ROYAL Humane Society. Society for the recovery 
of persons apparently drowned, instituted 1774. 
[Introduction, plan, and list of directors.] 

8vo. [London, 1774] 

Another edition. 

8vo. [London, 1774] 



Institution of Great Britain. 



the library. By W. Harris. 



Catalogue of 



8vo. London, 1809 



— Second edition, considerably enlarged and 
improved. 

8vo. London, 1821 

— Charter and bye-laws, together with a list of 
the proprietors and subscribers. 

8vo. London, 1803 



— Prospectus : with a copy of the charter, and a 
list of the subscribers. 

8vo. iomZon [1800] 

— Prospectus, charter, ordinances, and bye-laws, 
with lists of proprietors and subscribers. 

4to. London, 1800 

— Sketch of a prospectus of the Eoyal Institution 
of Great Britain, incorporated by charter 1799. 

4to. [London, 1799] 

— Irish Academy. Transactions [1787-1815, 
with index to the first 1 1 vols., by N. Carlisle]. 

1 3 vols. 4to. Dublin [ 1 7 8 7-] 1 8 1 5 

— The royall legacies of Charles the first of 
that name of Great Britain, France and Ireland, 
King and martyr, to his persecutors and mur- 
derers, being a short paraphrase upon his 
majesties speech. 

4to. [London] 1649 

— letters, charters and tracts, relating to the 
colonisation of New Scotland, and the institu- 
tion of the order of Knights Baronets of Nova 
Scotia, 1621-1638. [Edited by D. Laing.] 
[Bannatyne Club.] 

4to. Edinburgh, 1867 

— (The) prophetess; or, Israel's triumphs over 
Jabin King of Hazor : an heroick poem. 

4to. London, 1706 

— recollections on a tour to Cheltenham, 



Gloucester, Worcester, and places adjacent, in 
the year 1738. Seventh edition. 

8vo. London, 1788 



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1575 



BOYAL (The) shepherd, an English opera. [Altered 

from II IJe Pastore of Metastasio, by R. KOLT.] 

Third edition. 

8vo. London [1765] 



Society of London. 

See Grew, N. Musaeum Regalis Societatis. 
Landan, 16S1. 
„ Norfolk, H. H., 6th duke of T5ibliotheca 
Norfolciana. London, 1681. 

Catalogue of scientific papers, 1800-83. 

In progress. 4to. London, \ 867, etc. 

Philosophical Transactions. 

In progress. 4to. London and Oxford, 1&65, etc. 

The Philosophical Transactions, 1665-1800; 

[vols, i.-xc] abridged, with notes and biographic 
illustrations, by C. HuTTON, G. Shaw, K. 
Pearson. 

18 vols. 4to. London, 1809 

Abstracts of the papers printed in the Philo- 
sophical Transactions, from 1800 to 1830 in- 
clusive. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1832-33 

Proceedings, 1800, etc. 

In progress. 8vo. London, 1832, etc. 

ROYALIST (The) composition papers, being the 
proceedings of the committee for compounding 
so far as they relate to the county of Lancaster. 
Edited by J. H. Stanning. [Record Society, 
xxiv., xxvi., xxix., xxxvi.] 

In progress. 4 vols. 8vo. {Manchesterl 

1891, etc. 

ROYALIST'S (The) defence : vindicating the king's 
proceedings in the late warre made against him. 
[By Charles Dallison.] 

4to. [^London'] l64S 

■ROYAUMONT, Le Sieur de, pseud, i.e. Nicolas 
Fontaine. L'histoire du vieux et du nouveau 
Testament. 

12mo. [Amsterdam] 1680 

The history of the Old Testament, translated 

by J. CouGHEN, and of the New Testament, 
translated by J. Raynor, with sculptures, and 
an appendix, in two parts, lives of the apostles 
and a chronology. 

2 vols, in 1. fol. London, 1688-90 
VOL. III. 



ROYE, Guy de, j^chbishop of Rheims. Doctrinal 
of Sapience. [Translated from the French by 
W. Caxton.] 

fol. JFilliam Caxton. fFestniinsler [1489] 

ROYE, Jean de. S'c Jean de Troyes. 

ROYLE, John Forbes. Illustrations of the botany 
and other branches of the natural history of 
the Himalayan mountains and of the flora of 
Cashmere. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1839 

ROYOU, JaccLues Corentin. Histoire du Bas-Empirc 
depuis Constantin jusqu'a la prise de Constanti- 
nople en 1453. 

4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1803 

Pr6cis de l'histoire ancienne, d'aprfes RoUin. 

4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1803 

ROYSTON, Philip Yorke, viscount. 

Sec Lycophron. Cassandra. Cambridge, 1806. 

ROZELLI, Seigneur. 

See Aventures de I'infortun^ Napolitain. London 
[Paris] 1781. 

ROZET, Claude Antoine. Voyage dans la regence 
d'Alger, ou description du pays occupe par 
I'arm^e fran9aise en Afrique. 

3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1833 

BOZIER, Frangois. Cours complct d'agriculture. 

12 vols. 4to. Paris, 1781-1805 

Introduction aux observations sur la physique 

sur l'histoire naturelle et sur les arts. 

2 vols. 4to. Paris, 1777 

Observations sur la physique, sur l'histoire 

naturelle et sur les arts, contenant I'abreg^ de 
l'histoire et des m(imoires des academies <5tran- 
geres, a commencer par I'annc'e 1770. Par 
I'Abbe Rozikr [and afterwards by others]. 

95 vols, in 47. 4to. Paris, 1773-1822 

RUARXJS, Martinus. Epistolarum selectanim cen- 
turia altera et ultima. 

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RUBENS, Sir Peter Paul. La Gallerie du Palais 
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RUBENS, PMlipp. 

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RUCELLAI, Giovanni. Le opere. 

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RUBERTUS, Joannes Baptista. Monstrum apud 
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RUCKSTUHL, Carl Joseph Heinrich. 

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12mo. H. Stephams. [Geneva] 1563 

RUDIMENTS of the Greek language, for the use of 

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Svo. London, 1826 



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RUDING, Rogers. Annals of the coinage of Britain 
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RUEXNER, Georg. Anfang : Ursprung : und Her- 
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4to. {Florentiiis de Argentina. Padua,\i!l2\ 

RUGGLB, George. Ignoramus, comoedia coram 
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l2mo. Westminster, 1737 

RUHKOFF, Friedrich Ernst. 

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RUHNKEN, David. 

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2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Leyden, 1749-51 

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trinarum inventrice publice habita in auditorio 
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4to. I-jeyden, 1757 

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RUINART, Thierri. 

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Abreg6 de la vie de Dom Jean Mabillon. 

12mo. Paris, 1709 

Acta primorum martyrum sincera et selecta, 

collecta et notis illustrata : praemittitur praefatio 
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RULE, Martin. 

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RULE, William Harris. History of the Inquisition. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1874 

RULES for the pronunciation of the French language, 

with a short view of the order of its construction. 

8vo. Warrington, 1768 

RULHliRE, Claude Garloman de. 

See Boismont, N. T. de. Oraisons funebres. 
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Histoire de I'anarchie de Pologne, et du 

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RUMBOLD, Sir Thomas, Bart. An answer to the 
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4to. [London, 1782] 



Appendix to his defence. 



4to. London, 1782 



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RUMFORD, Benjamin Thompson, Count. 
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RUMLEY, William. 

See Wakeman, Sir G. The tryals of Sir G. W., 
etc. London, l679. 

RUMP Songs. 

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RUNAWAY (The) : a comedy. [By H. Cowley.] 

8vo. London, 1776 

RUNDALL, Thomas. Memorials of the empire of 
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with notes, by T. E. [Hakluyt Society, viii.] 

8vo. London, 1850 

Narratives of voyages towards the North- West 

in search of a passage to Cathay and India, l-t96- 
1631. Edited by T. R. [Hakluyt Society, v.] 

8vo. London, 1849 

RUNDELL, Maria Eliza. Letters addressed to two 
absent daughters. 

12mo. London, 1814 

RUNDLE, Thomas, Bishop of Derry. A sermon 
preached at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, 
on Sunday, Feb. 17, 1733-34, to recommend the 
charity for establishing the new Colony of 
Georgia. 

4to. London, 1734 

RUNKEL, Martin. 

See Pherecrates and Eupolis. Fragmenta. Zt i^> 
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RUPERT, Prince, Son of Frederick i.. King of 
Bohemia. 

See Collection of original royal letters. London, 
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RUPERTI, Georg Alexander. 

566 Juvenalis, D. J. Satyrae. Leipzig, \80\. 

RUPHY, J. F. Dictionnaire abr(5g6 fran9ois-arabe. 

4to. Paris, 1802 

RUSCA, Luige. Raccolta dei disegni, etc. Kecueil 
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2 vols. fol. St. Petersburg, 1S\Q 



RUSCELLI, Girolamo. 

fe Comes, N. De venatione. Fenic^, \55l. 
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RUSDEN, George William. History of New 
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3 vols. 8vo. London, 1883 

RUSH, Richard. Narrative of a residence at the 
court of London, 1817-19- 

8vo. London, 1833 

EUSHBROOKE, William George. 

See Bible, Greek. N. T., Gospels. 1880. 

RUSHWORTH, John. Historical collections, begin- 
ning the sixteenth year of King James, anno 
16I8, and ending the death of King Charles i., 
anno l648, with the try all of Thomas, earl of 
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8 vols. fol. London, 1680-1701 

RUSKIN Reading Guild. 

See Igdrasil. London, 1890-92. 

Ruskin Reading Guild Journal for February — 

June, 1883 [Nos. 2-6]. 

5 parts. 4to. Arbroath, 1889 

RUSKIN Society of Glasgow, Papers ; — 

I. Aspects of Nature. By W. ISIartin. 
II. Wealth : definitions by Ruskin and Mill 
compared by a member. 

III. A disciple of Plato. By W. Smart. 

IV. The social problem : work versus waste. 
By W. Cassels. 

V. John Ruskin, his life and work. By W. 
Sjukt. 

Svo. Glasgow, 1882-87 

RUSKIN, John. 

For Life, see Collingwood, W. G. London, 1893. 

„ „ Mather, J. M. Manchester [1883] 

etc. 

See Acland, H. W. The Oxford Museum. London, 

1859, etc. 

„ Alexander, F. Christ's folk in the Apenninc. 

Orpington, 1887-89. 
„ Architectural magazine. London, 1834-38. 
,, Baillie, E. J. John Ruskin: aspects of his 

thoughts. London, 1882. 
,, Bibliotheca pastorum. Orpington, 1876-85. 
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ment. Orjnngton, 1884. 
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RUSKIN, Jolin. 

6Vt' Dame Wiggins of Lee. Orpington, 1885. 
English Helicon. London [1841]. 
Friendship's offering. London, ISSS-*."?, etc. 
Gotthelf, J. Uli'ich the farm servant. Or- 

jnnf/ion, 1S8S. 
Heath's Book of Beauty. London 1846. 
Horsfall, T. C. Study of beauty and art. 

London, 1S83. 
Keepsake for 1845. London, 1845. 
Leech, J. Exhibition of outlines. [London] 

1872. 
Loudon, J. C. Magazine of natural history. 

London, 1834. 
Notes on the pictures of Mr. Holman Hunt. 

London, 1886. 
Osier, 0. H. John Euskin, his aims and 

efforts. Sheffield [1885]. 
Rendu, L. Theory of the glaciers of Savoy. 

London, 1874. 
Sillar, R. G. Usury. London, 1885. 
Somervell, R. Protest against the extension 

of railways. IVindermere [1876]. 
Waldstein, C. The work of J. E. [New 

Yorl;] 1889, etc. 
White, W. The principles of art, etc. 

London, 1895. 
Wise, T. J, A bibliography of the writings 

of J. E. London, 1881-91, etc. 

— Works. 
11 vols. 8vo. Orpington and London, 19,12-9.0 

1. Sesame and Lilies. Third edition. 1876. 

2. Munera pulveris. 1872. 

3. Aratra Pentelici. 1879. 

4. The Eagle's nest. 1872. 

5. Time and tide, etc. 1872. 

6. The crown of wild olive. 1873. 

7. Ariadne Florentina. 1876. 

8. Vald'Arno. 1874. 

9. The queen of the air. New edition. 1874. 

10. The two paths. New edition. 1878. 

11. A joy for ever. 1880. 

— Abstract of the objects and constitution of St. 
George's Guild. 

8vo. [London 'i 19,18] 

— Arrows of the Chace : being a collection of 
scattered letters published chiefly in the daily 
newspapers, 1840-1880. 

2 vols. 8vo. Orpington, 1880 

— The art of England ; lectures given in Oxford 
during his second tenure of the Slade Professor- 
ship. 

4to. Orpington, 1884 



RUSKIN, John. The black arts : a reverie in ' the 
Strand.' [Extracted from The Magazine of Art 
for January 1888.] 

4to. London, 1888 

Cambridge school of art. Inaugural soiree. 

Mr. Euskiu's address and report of the speeches 
of Mr. Eedgrave, E.A., and Mr. Cruikshank, 
with a full account of the proceedings of the 
evening. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1858 

Inaugural address delivered at the Cambridge 

school of art, Oct. 29, 1858. New edition. 

8vo. Orpington, 1879 

A catalogue of a series of specimens in the 

British Museum (natural history) : illustrative 
of the more common forms of native Silica. 

8vo. Orpington, 1884 

Catalogue of examples arranged in the Univer- 



sity galleries. [Standard and Educational 
Series.] 

8vo. Oxford, 1870 

Catalogue of the educational series. [Anon.] 

8vo. London [\91\] 

Catalogue of the reference series including 

temporarily the first section of the standard 
series. [Anon.] 

8vo. London[l91\] 

Catalogue of the drawings and sketches by 

J. M. W. Turner, E.A., at present exhibited in 
the National Gallery : revised and cast into pro- 
gressive groups, with explanatory notes by J. 
Euskin. 

8vo. Orpington, 1881 

— — Catalogue of the sketches and drawings by J. 
M. W. Turner, E.A., exhibited in Marlborough 
House, 1857-58, accompanied with illustrative 
notes. 

8vo. London, 1857 

Another edition. 

8vo. London, 1858 

Catalogue of the Turner sketches in the 

National Gallery. Part i. [Anon.] 

8vo. London, 1857 



— Circular respecting memorial studies at St. 
Mark's, Venice. 

8vo. iojwfwi [1879-80] 



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RUSKIN, John. [Contributions to the ' Nineteenth 
Century,' extracted from that magazine.] 

8vo. Londm, 1878-81 

The crown of wild olive : three lectures on 

work, traffic, and war. 

8vo. London, 1866 

Deucalion : collected studies of the lapse of 

waves, and life of stones [vol. i., parts 1-6; vol. 
ii., parts 7, 8]. 

1 vol. and 2 parts. 8vo. Orpington, 1879-83 



— Dilecta. Correspondence, diary notes, and 
extracts of books, illustrating Prteterita. [Parts 
i., ii.] 



2 parts. 8vo. Orpington, 1886-87 

The elements of drawing : in three lectures to 

beginners. 

8vo. London, 1857 

Elements of English Prosody for use in St. 

George's schools, explanatory of the various 
terms used in Rock Honeycomb. 

8vo. Orpington, 1880 

The elements of perspective, arranged for the 

use of schools, and intended to be read in con- 
nexion with the first three books of Euclid. 

8vo. London, 1859 

The ethics of the dust : ten lectures to little 

housewives on the elements of crystallisation. 

8vo. London, 1866 



Second edition. 



8vo. Orpington, 1877 



— Examples of the architecture of Venice, selected 
and drawn to measurement from the edifices. 

fol. London, 1851 

— Fors Clavigera : letters to the workmen and 
labourers of Great Britain. 

8 vols. 8vo. Orpington, 1871-84. 

— Letter to young girls : reprinted with slight 
addition from Fors Clavigera. Fourth edition. 

8 vo. Orpington [1876] 

— The future of England : a paper read at the 
R.A. Institution, 14th December I869. 

8vo. JFoohvich, I869 



RUSKIN, John. General statement explaining the 
nature and purposes of St. George's Guild. 

8vo. Orpington, 1882 

Giotto and his works in Padua. [Arundel 

Society.] 

4to. London, 1854 



- Gold : a dialogue connected with the subject of 
' Munera Pulveris.' Edited by H. B. Forman. 

8vo. London, 1891 

Printed on vellum. 



Guide to the principal pictures in the Academy 

of Fine Arts at Venice, arranged for English 

travellers. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Venice, 1877 

Another edition. [Differing slightly from the 

preceding.] 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Venice, 1877 

The Guild of St. George : Master's reports for 

1884-5. 

2 parts. 8vo. [London, 1885-86] 

The harbours of England : engraved by T. 

LuPTON from original drawings by J. M. W. 
Turner, with illustrative notes by J. Euskin. 

4to. London, 1827-56 



Another edition. 



4to. £on(fon[l856] 



— Hortus Inclusus : messages from the wood to 
the garden, sent in happy days to the sister 
ladies of the Thwaite, Coniston. 

8vo. Orpington, 1887 

— John Euskin and Frederick Denison Maurice 
on ' Notes on the construction of sheepfolds.' 

Edited by T. J. Wise. 

8vo. London, 1896 

Prinleil on vellum. 

— The King of the Golden River ; or, the Black 

Brothers: a legend of Stiria. Illustrated by 

EicHARD Doyle. 

l6mo. London, 1851 



Sixth edition. 



l6mo London [1867] 



— The laws of Fesole : a familiar treatise on 
the elementary principles and practice of draw- 
ing and painting as determined by the Tuscan 
masters ; arranged for the use of schools. Vol. i. 
[No more published.] 

8vo. Orpington, 1879 



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EUSKIN, John. Lectures on architecture and 
painting, delivered in Edinburgh in November 
1853. 

8vo. London, 1854 

Lectures on art, delivered before the University 

of Oxford in Hilary term, 1870. 

8vo. Oxford, 1870 

Leoni : a legend of Italy. By J. R. 

8vo. London, 1868 

Letters addressed to a college friend during 

the years 1840-45. 

8vo. London, 1894 

— — Letters on art and literature. Edited by 
T. J. Wise. 

8vo. London, 1894 

Printed on vellum. 

Letters to Ernest Chesneau. Edited by T. J. 

Wise. 

8vo. London, 1894 

Printed on vellum. 

Letters to Rev. F. A. Malleson, M.A. Edited 

by T. J. Wise. 

8vo. London, 1896 

Printed on vellum. 



Letters to Rev. J. P. Faunthorpe, M.A. Edited 

1:.y T. J. Wise. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1895-96 

Printed on vellnm. 

Letters to the Times on the principal Pre- 
Raphaelite pictures in the exhibition of 1854. 

8vo. London, 1876 



— Letters to William Ward. Edited by T. J. 
Wise. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1893 

Printed on vellum. 



— Letters upon subjects of general interest. 
[Edited by T. J. Wise.] 

8vo. London, 1892 

Printed on vdluiii. 

— The Lord's Prayer and the Church : letters to 
the clergy, with replies from clergy and laity. 
Edited, with essays and comments, by F. A. 
Malleson. 

8vo. London [1880] 



RUSKIN, John. Love's Meinie : lectures on Greek 
and English birds. Vol. i. 

8vo. Orpington, 1881 

Modern painters, their superiority in the art 

of landscape painting to all the ancient masters 
proved by examples of the true, the beautiful 
and the intellectual, from the works of modern 
artists, especially from those of J. M. W. Turner, 
R.A. By a graduate of Oxford. 

Svo. London, 1843 

Modern painters. Vol. i. 5th edition ; vol. ii. 

3rd edition. 

5 vols. Svo. London, 1851-60 



— Complete edition. 

6 vols. 4to. Orpington, 1888 

— Cceli Enarrant, studies of cloud form and of 
its visible causes, i. Collected and completed 
out of Modern Painters, part i. 

4to. Orpington, 1885 

— Frondes Agrestes, readings in Modern Painters. 
Second edition. 

Svo. Orjjington, 1876 

— In Montibus Sanctis, studies of mountain form 
and of its visible causes. Collected and com- 
pleted out of ' Modern Painters.' 

2 parts. 4to. Orpington, 1S84-85 

— Mornings in Florence : being simple studies 
of Christian art for English travellers. 

Svo. Orpington, l&lb-ll 

— The nature and authority of miracle, home, 
and its economics. [Extracted from the Con- 
temporary Review, with other contributions by 
various writers.] 

Svo. London, 1873 



Notes on his drawings by the late J. M. W. 



Turner, R.A. Also an appendix containing a 
list of the engraved works of Turner. 

Svo. [London, 1878] 



■ Another edition. 
Another edition. 



Svo. [London, 1878] 
Svo. [London, 1S7S] 



Another edition. With 35 plates. 

4to. London-, 1878 



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RUSKIN, Jolm. Notes on Siimuel Prout and 
William Hunt, illustrated by a loan collection 
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8vo. [London, 1879] 



Another edition. 



autotypes. 



Illustrated with twenty 
4to. Lmdrni, 1880 



— Notes on some of the principal pictures ex- 
hibited in the rooms of the Royal Academy, etc., 
1855-59. 

5 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1855-59 

— Notes on some of the principal pictures ex- 
hibited in the rooms of the Royal Academy, 1875. 

8vo. Orpington, 1875 

— Notes on some of the principal pictures of Sir 
John Everett Millais, exhibited at the Grosvenor 
Gallery, 1886: with a preface and original and 
selected criticisms. [Edited by A. Gordon 
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8vo. London [\8h6] 



Notes on the construction of sheepfolds. 

8vo. London, 1851 



Second edition. 



8vo. Orpington, 1875 



— Notes on the Turner gallery at Marlborough 
House, 185G. 

8vo. London, 1857 



Third edition. 
Fourth edition. 



8vo. London, 1857 



8vo. London, 1851 



— On the old road : a collection of miscellaneous 
essays, pamphlets, etc., published 1834-1885. 

2 vols, in 3. -ito. Orpington, 18S5 

— The opening of the Crystal Palace considered 
in some of its relations to the prospects of art. 

8vo. London, 1854 

— ' Our Fathers have told us ' : sketches of the 
history of Christendom for boys and girls who 
have been held at its fonts : part i. the Bible of 
Amiens. 

8vo. Orpington, 188-1- 

VOL. III. 



RUSKIN, John. The pleasures of England : [four] 
lectures given in Oxford, during his second 
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•Ito. Orpington, 1884-85 



Poems: collected 1850. 



8vo. London, 1850 



— Poems, now first collected from original manu- 
script and printed sources. Edited by W. G. 
CoLLiNGWOOD, with illustrations by the author. 

2 vols. 4to. Orpington, 1891 

— The political economy of Art; being the 
substance (with additions) of two lectures de- 
livered at Manchester, July 10 and 13, 1857. 

l6mo. London, 1857 

— Another edition. [The edition of 1857 with 
a new title-page.] 

l6"mo. London, 1867 

— Praeterita, outlines of scenes and thoughts 
perhaps worthy of memory in my past life. 
[Vols, i., ii., iii., c. 1-4]. 

2 vols, and 4 parts. 4to. Orpington, 1886-87 

— Precious thoughts, moral and religious, gathered 
from the works of John Ruskin. By Mrs. G. L. 

TUTHILL. 

8vo. New Ym-k, 1867 



• Pre-Raphaelitism. 
A new edition. 



8vo. London, 1851 
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— The proposed permanent Lake District Defence 
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8vo. [1883] 

— Proserpina, studies of wayside flowers. [Vol. i. 
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1 vol. and 4 parts. 8vo. Orpington, 1879-86 

— The queen of the air : being a study of the 
Greek myths of cloud and storm. 

8vo. London, I869 

— The queen's gardens, a lecture delivered at 
Manchester December 14, 1864. 

8vo. Manchester, 1864 
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RUSKIN, John. References to the series of paint- 
ings and sketches, from Mr. Ruskin's collection, 
shown in illustration of the relations of flam- 
boyant architecture to contemporary and subse- 
quent art at the Royal Institution, 29 Jan. I869. 

8vo. London, 1869 

The relation between Michael Angelo and 

Tintoret ; seventh of the course of lectures on 
sculpture delivered at Oxford, 1870-71. 

8vo. London, 1872 

Ruskiniana : part i., letters collected from 

various sources : part ii., lectures and addresses 
reported in the press. 

Svo. London, 1890-92 

St. Mark's Rest : the history of Venice. 

Svo. Orpington, 1884 

Salsette and Elephanta : a prize poem, recited 

in the Theatre, Oxford, June 12, 1839. 

12mo. Oxford, 1839 



New edition. 
Samuel Prout. 



Svo. Orpiiifjlun, 1879 



Svo. Oxford, 1870 



— Selections from the writings of J. R. 

Svo. London, I861 

— Selections from the writings of J. R. : first 
series, 1843-60: second series, I86O-SS. 

2 vols. Svo. Orpington, 1 893 

— Sesame and lilies : two lectures delivered at 
Manchester in 1864: 1, of king's treasuries; 
2, of queen's gardens. 

Svo. London, IS 65 



The seven lamps of architecture. 

Svo. London, 1849 

Second edition. 

Svo. London, 1855 

The shepherd's tower : a series of photographs 

of the sculptures of Giotto's tower to illustrate 
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4to. 1881 

Sir Joshua and Holbein. [Anon. Extracted 

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Svo. [London] 1S60 



RUSKIN, John. The stones of Venice. 

3 vols. Svo. London, 1851-53 

On the nature of Gothic architecture, and 

herein of the true functions of the workman in 
Art. Reprinted from the sixth chapter of the 
second volume of Stones of Venice. 

Svo. London, 1854 

Another edition. [With a preface by W. 



Morris.] 

8vo. IVilliam Morris. Hammersmith [1892] 

The storm cloud of the nineteenth century : 

two lectures delivered at the London Institution, 
Feb. 4 and 11, 1884. 

4to. Orpington, 1884 



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Svo. London, 1892 



Printed on vellnin. 



— Studies in both arts, being ten subjects drawn 
and described. 

fol. Orpington, 1895 

— Three letters and an essay on literature, 
1836-41. Found in his tutor's desk. 

Svo. Londm, 1893 

— Time and tide, by Weare and Tyne : twenty- 
five letters to a working-man of Sunderland on 
the laws of work. 

Svo. London, 1867 

— Two letters concerning ' Notes on the con- 
struction of sheepfolds ' addressed to the Rev. 
F. D. Maurice, M.A., in 1851. With forewords 
by F. J. FURNIVALL. 

Svo. London, I890 

Printed on vellnm. 

— The two paths : being lectures on Art, and 
its application to decoration and manufacture, 
delivered in 1858-59. 

Svo. London, 1859 

The unity of art, delivered at the annual 



meeting of the Manchester school of art, Feb. 
22, 1859. 

Svo. Manchester, 1859 

— Unto this last : four essays on the principles 
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Svo. London, 1862 



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l6mo. London [1866] 

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deli^•ered in connection with the Kendal Literary 
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RUSSAEDUS, Ludovicus. 

iS''*; Plutarch. De amicitia f raterna. Pans, 1559. 

RUSSELL, Alexander. The natural history of 
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RUSSELL, George William Erskine. 

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RUSSELL, John, R.A. A description of the seleno- 
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fol. London, 1796 



A treatise of the plague, containing an 

historical joiu'nal and medical account of the 
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fol. London, l683 

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RUSSIA seu Moscovia itemque Tartaria commen- 
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SAINTE-MARTHE, Sc^vole de, the elder. Scae- 
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SAINT-6VREM0ND, Charles Marguetal de St. 
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SAINT GEORGE, Sir Henry. 
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SALIEZ, Antoinette de Salvan de. 

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SALIMBENI, Gherardo Bartolini. 

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SALISBURY. Charters and documents illustrating 
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SALLUSTIUS CRISPUS, Caiua. 

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SANNAZARO, Jacopo. De partu virginis libri iii. ; 
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Odae, elegia de malo Punico. J. Cottae car- 
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Le opere volgare, cioe I'Arcadia, le rime e le 

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Arcadia : con la di lui vita scritta da G. B. 

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SAN PHELIPE, Vicente Bacallar y Saiaa, marques 
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1611 



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SANSOVINO, Francesco. 

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Gli annali Turcheschi, overo vite de principi 

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Vellum, with the arms and monogram of De Thou. 

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SANTANDER, Carlos Antonio de la Serna. Dic- 
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La Faoniade, inni ed odi tradotti dal testo 

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— Opere tradotte. [Parnaso de' poeti classici, 
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Poesies [translated by E. Billardon de 



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SARBIEWSKI, Maciej Kazimierz. Lyricorum libri 
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SARCONI, Michele. Istoria de' fenomeni del 
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SARDI, Gaspare. Libro delle historie Ferraresi. 
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Opere varie. 

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1618 



SARPI, Paolo. De jure asylorum. 

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Historia del concilio Tridentino, nella quale si 

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la riforma del Papato, e della Chiesa si trattasse. 

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Histoire du concile de Trente, 6crite en 

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— Letters written to M. Del Isle Groslot, trans- 
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— Opinione toccante il governo della republica 
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8vo. London, 1788 

A treatise of matters beneficiary : newly trans- 



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Father Paul. Of beneficiary matters ; or, the 

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SABBATT, J. H. A treatise on the game of chess. 
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SABBAZIN, Jean. Histoire de la guerre d'Espagne 
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— Tableau de la Grande-Bretagne, ou observa- 



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SABTOBI, Joseph von. Catalogus bibliographicus 
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SABTOBIUS, Ernst Willielm Christian. The doc- 
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SABTOBIUS VON WALTERSHAUSEN. Georg 
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Historia literario-typographica Mediolanensis : 



adjecta sunt appendix epistolarum quae libris 
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SASSUBE, Horace Benedict de. 
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1614 



SATAPATHA-BRAHMANA— SAUNDERS 



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SAUBERT, Johann. 

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SAUER, Martin. An account of a geographical 
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Voyage dans le nord de la Russie Asiatique, 

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SAUGNIER. Relations de plusieurs voyages a la 
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SAULO PHANTINO, Giovene Pier. Trastullo 
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SAUL'S errand to Damascus : with his packet of 
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SAULX, Gaspard de, seigneur de Tavanes. 

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SAUNDERS, Henry Martin. The crimps ; or, the 
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8vo. London, 1794 



SAUNDERSON— SAVARY 



1615 



SAUNDERSON, Nicholas. 

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SAUR, Joseph Henri de. 

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SAURIN, Bernard Joseph. 

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SAURIN, Jacques. Discours historiques, critiques, 
tht^ologiques, et moraux sur les ^vfenements du 
vieux et du nouveau Testament : avec des figures 
gravees : continues par C. S. de Beausobre. 

6 vols. fol. The Hague, 1728-39 

Sermons; from the French by R. Robinson, 



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SAUSSURE, afterwards NECKER, Albertine Adri- 
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SAUSSURE, Horace Benedict de. Voyages dans 
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SAUVAQE, Denis. 

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SAUVAGES DE LA CROIX, Pierre Augnstin 
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12mo. Niines, 1756 
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SAUVl: DE LA NOUE, Jean Baptiste. 
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SAUVIGN7, Louis Edmd Billardon de. 
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— The history of the castle and parish of Wressle, 
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12mo. London, 1805 



History of the hundred of Carhampton in the 

county of Somerset. 

8vo. Bristol, 1830 

The librarian : being an account of scarce, 

valuable, and useful English books, public 
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SAVAGE, Richard. 

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2 vols. 8vo. London, 1775 



SAVAGE, William. Practical hints on decorative 
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SAVARY— SAVONAROLA 



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Lettres sur la Grfeee. 



8vo. Paris, 1788 



SAVARY, Jacques. Album Dianae leporicidae, sive 
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8vo. Caen, 1655 

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SAV^RIEN, Alexandre. Histoire des philosophes 
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4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1775-78 

SAVI, Paolo. Ornitologia Toscana. 

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SAVIGNY, Abbey of. Cartulaire de I'Abbaye de 
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8vo. London, 1818 

SAVIGNY, Marie Jules Cdsar Lelorgne de. His- 
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SAVILE Correspondence. Letters to and from 
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SAVILE, Henry, Captain of H.M.S. Adventure. A 
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In Taciti historias, Agricolae vitam, et com- 



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12mo. Lud. Elzevir. Amsterdam, 1649 

SAVILE, John. King James his entertainment at 
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— Libro sopra el Glorioso Triompho della Croce 
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SAWYER— SCALA 



1617 



SAWYER, Edmund. ^lemorials of aftairs of state 
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3 vols. fol. London, 1725 

SAXE, Christoph. Onomasticon literarium sive 
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SCHEDULE (The) review'd ; or, the right of the 
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SCHEFER, Charles Henri Auguste. 

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SCHEMES from Ireland, for the benefit of the body 
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SCHLEUSNER, Johann Friedrich. Novum lexicon 
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SCHLOSSER, Friedrich Christoph. History of the 
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8vo. Edinburgh, 1895 

delineated ; or, a geographical description of 



every shire in Scotland. 



8vo. Edinburgh, 1799 



Church of. 



See Declaration of the lords of the secret- 
councell. London, 1642. 



— Conciliae Scotiao. Ecclesiae Scoticanae statuta 
tam provincialia quam synodalia quae supersunt 
1225-1559. [Edited by J. Kobertson.] [Banna- 
tyne Club.] 

2 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1866 



— Acts and proceedings of the general assemblies 
of the Kirk of Scotland from 1560 to l6l8. 
[Edited by T. Thomson.] [Bannatyne Club.] 

3 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1839-45 



— The principall acts of the solemne generall 
assembly of the Kirk of Scotland : convened at 
Glasgow the 2 1st of November 1638. 

fol. Heirs of Amlreio Hart. Edinburgh, 1639 



SCOTLAND, Church of. The principall acts of the 
generall assembly, 1639-1649. 

fol. Evan Tyler. Edinburgh, 1642-49 

The remonstrance of the commissioners of the 

generall assembly of Scotland : to the great con- 
vention of estates, now presently convened at 
Edinburgh, 22 of June, 1643. 

4to. London, 1643 

The remonstrance of the generall assembly of 

the kirk of Scotland to his majestic, sent from 
the committee of both kingdoms the 12 of June 
last, etc. 

4to. London, 1645 



— The records of the Commissions of the 
General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland 
holden in Edinburgh in the years 1646 and 1647- 
Edited by A. F. Mitchell and J. Christie. 
[Scottish History Society, xi.] 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1892 



— Directions of the generall assembly concerning 
secret and private worship, and mutual edifica- 
tion, for cherishing piety, for maintaining unity, 
and avoiding schism and division. 

4to. London, 1647 



— The records of the Commission of the General 
Assemblies of the Church of Scotland, 1648-9. 
Edited by A. F. Mitchell and J. Christie. 
[Scottish History Society, xxv.] 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1896 

— To the kings most excellent majestic, the 
humble petition of the commissioners of the 
generall a.ssembly of the kirke of Scotland, met 
at Edinburgh, 4 Jan. 1642. 

4to. London, 1642 



— Exchequer. Accounts of the Great Chamber- 
lains of Scotland : and some other officers of the 
crown, rendered at the Exchequer, 1326-1453. 
[Bannatyne Club.] 

3 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1817-45 



— Eotuli scaccarii regum Scotorum : The ex- 
chequer rolls of Scotland. Edited by J. Stuart, 
G. Burnett and Ae. J. G. Mackay. [Scottish 
Record Publications.] 

hi progress. Svo. Edinburgh, 1878, etc. 



— Great Seal. Kegistrum magni sigilli regum 

Scotorum. The register of the great seal of 

Scotland. Edited by J. B. Paul and J. M. 

Thomson. [Scottish Eecord Publications.] 

In progress. Svo and fol. Edinburgh, ISli-O-i 



SCOTLAND— SCOTT 



1631 



SCOTLAND. Parliament. 
Sec Parliament of Scotland. 

Privy Council. A letter directed from the 

council of Scotland to the King. 

single sheet, fol. [London, 1680] 



The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland. 

Vols. i. and ii. edited and abridged by J. H. 
Burton, vols, iii.-xii. by D. Masson. [Scottish 
Record Publications.] 

Inproi/ress. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1877, etc. 

SCOTLAND'S great advantages by an union with 
England : showen in a letter from the country 
to a member of Parliament. [By Sir W. 
Seton.] 

4to. [Edinburgh^ 170() 

SCOTO, Lorenzo. 

See Marini, G. B. L'Adone. Venice, 1 623, etc. 

SCOTS (The) army advanced into England certified 
in a letter, dated from Addarston, the 24 of 
January : from his excellencies the lord generall 
Lesley's quarters, etc. 

4to. London, 1644 



Another edition. [Newcastle Reprints, ii. 6.] 
8vo. Neiocastle, 1845 



— declaration to the lords and commons in parlia- 
ment, in answer to a declaration sent unto them 
by their commissioners now at London from the 
honourable houses of parliament. 

4to. London, 1643 



— narrative examin'd ; or, the case of the Episco- 
pal ministers in Scotland stated, and the late 
treatment of them in the city of Edinburgh 
enquir'd into. [By Daniel Defoe.] 

4to. London, 1709 

— scouts discoveries : by their London intelli- 



gencer [D. L.], and presented to the lords of the 
Covenant of Scotland, 1639. 

4to. London, 1642 

Another edition. 

4to. London, 1642 

SCOTT, Andrew James. 

See Griesinger, T. The Jesuits. London, 1885. 

SCOTT, David, F.S.A.Sc. Annals and statistics of 
the original Secession Church till its disruption, 
and union with the Free Church of Scotland, in 
1852. 

8vo. Edinburgh [1 8S6] 
VOL. HI. 



SCOTT, David, of Haddington. The history of 
Scotland from the year of the world 36 19. 

fol. JFestminsler, 1727 

SCOTT, David Dundas. 

See Bungener, L. L. F. History of the council 
of Trent. Edinburgh, 1853. 

SCOTT, Edward John Long. 

See Aristotle. On the constitution of Athens. 
London, 1891. 
„ Harvey, G. Letter-book. [Camden Society.] 

SCOTT, George. 

&« Melville, Sir J. Memoires. London, 1 68 3. 

SCOTT, John, D.D., Canon of Windsor. An abstract 
(with remarks) [by Philalethes] on Dr. Scot's 
sermon, preached at Chelmsford Assizes, Aug. 
31, 1685, wherein the doctor prophetically gives 
his opinion of the consequences of the late 
revolution, concluding with an excellent charac- 
ter of James IL 

4to. London, 1693 

SCOTT, John, Entomologist. 

See Douglas, J. W. The British Hemiptera. 
[Ray Society.] 

SCOTT, John, 1st earl of Eldon. 

For Life, see Twiss, H. London, 1844. 

SCOTT, John, Editor of ' The Champion ' News- 
paper. The house of mourning : a poem with 
some smaller pieces. 

8vo. London, 1817 



A visit to Paris in 1814. Third edition. 

8vo. London, 1815 



Paris revisited in 1815 by way of Brussels, 

including a walk over the field of battle at 
Waterloo. 

8vo. London, 1816 

SCOTT, John, Major. See Scott Waring, J. 

SCOTT, John, of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Berwick- 
upon-Tweed : the history of the town and guild. 

4to. London, 1888 

SCOTT, John, Poet, of Amwell. 

See Remarks on the Patriot. London, 1775. 

SCOTT, Jonathan. 

^c Arabian Nights. London, ^811. 



1632 



SCOTT 



SCOTT, Jonathan. 

See Eradut Khan. A translation of the memoirs. 
London, 1786. 
„ Ferishta, M. K. History of Dekkan. Shrews- 
bur i/, 1794. 

SCOTT, Robert, Bookseller. Catalogus librorum ex 
variis Europae partibus advectorum per R. Scott 
bibliopolam Londinensem. 

■ito. London, 1674 

SCOTT, Robert Eden. Elements of intellectual 
philosophy ; or, an analysis of the powers of the 
human understanding ; tending to ascertain the 
principles of a rational logic. 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1805 

SCOTT, Robert Henry. Elementary meteorology. 
Fifth edition. [International Scientific Series, 
xlvi.] 

Svo. London, 1890 

SCOTT, Thomas. Thoughts on the fatal conse- 
quences of female prostitution. 

Svo. London, 1787 

SCOTT, Thomas, B.D., Minister at Utrecht. 
See Belgicke pismire. London, 1622. 
,, Tongue-combat. London, 1623. 
„ Vox populi ; or, newes from Spayne. 1620, 

etc. 

The high-waies of God and the king. Wherein 

all men ought to walke in holinesse here, to 
happinesse hereafter. 

4to. London, 1623 

The projector, teaching a direct, sure, and 

ready way to restore the deeayes of the Church 
and state both in honour and in revenue. 

4to. London, 1623 

SCOTT, Thomas, D.D., Rector of Aston Sandford. 
See Bible, English. 1850. 

An impartial statement of the scriptural 

doctrine, in respect of civil government, and the 
duties of subjects. 

12mo. London, 1792 

A sermon preached before the Society for 

Missions to Africa and the East, May 26, 1801 : 
also the report of the committee to the annual 
meeting, and an account of the society. 

Svo. London, 1801 



SCOTT, Walter, President of Airedale College, 
Bradford. The existence of evil spirits proved, 
and their agency explained and illustrated. 
[Congregational Lecture.] 

Svo. London, 1843 

SCOTT, Sir Walter, Bart. 

For Life, see Hutton, R. H. [English Men of 
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„ „ Lockhart, J. G. Edinburgh, 1837- 

38, etc. 
See Bannatyne, G. Memorials. [Bannatyne 
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of Napoleon. London, 1829. 
,, Carleton, G., pseud. Memoirs. Edinburgh, 

1808. 
, G-wynne, J. Military memoirs. Edinburgh, 

1822. 
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Paul's letters. Edinburgh, I8I6. 
„ Sadler, Sir R. State-papers and letters. 

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,, Proceedings in the court mar- 

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„ Swift, J. Works. Edinburgh, 1824. 
„ Terig, D. Trial. [Bannatyne Club.] 

Miscellaneous prose works. 

6 vols. Svo. Edinburgh, 1827 



New edition. 

28 vols. Svo. 

Miscellaneous poems. 



Edinburgh, 1834-36 



Svo. Edinburgh, 1820 

— Poetical works. [Edited by J. G. Lockhart.] 

12 vols. Svo. Edinburgh, I861 

— The Border antiquities of England and Scot- 
land, with illustrations of remarkable incidents 
in Border history and tradition, and original 
poetry. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1814'-n 



— Catalogue of the library at Abbotsford. [Ban- 
natyne Club.] 

4to. Edinburgh, 1838 

— The Doom of Devorgoil, a melo-drama; Auchin- 
drane, or the Ayrshire Tragedy. 

Svo. Edinbwrgh, 1830 



SCOTT— SCOTTISH 



16S8 



SOOTT, Sii- Walter, Bart. Journal, from the original 
manuscript at Abbotsford. 

2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1890 



The lady of the lake : a poem. 

4to. Edinburgh, 1810 



— The lay of the last minstrel : a poem. 

4to. Lmidon, 1805 

— Letters on demonology and witchcraft, ad- 
dressed to J. G. Lockhart, Esq. [Murray's 
Family Library.] 

12mo. London, 1830 



Marmion : a tale of Flodden field. 

4to. Edinhirgh, 1808 



— Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border : consisting 
of historical and romantic ballads, collected in 
the southern counties of Scotland; with a few 
of modern date [by Sir W. S. and others], 
founded upon local tradition. 

3 parts in 2 vols. 8vo. Kdso, 1802 

— The poetry contained in the novels, tales and 
romances of the author of Waverley. [Anon.] 

12mo. Edinburgh, 1822 



— Provincial antiquities and picturesque scenery 
of Scotland. 

2 vols. fol. London, 1826 



The vision of Don Roderick : a poem. 

4to. Edinburgh, 1811 

SCOTT, William, Baron Stowell. A report of the 
judgment of the high court of Admiralty on 
the Swedish convoy, 11 June 1799: [taken] 
by C. Robinson. 

8vo. London, 1799 

Substance of the speech of Sir W. Scott, 

delivered in the house of commons, April 7, 
1 802, upon a motion for leave to bring in a bill 
relative to the non-residence of the clergy, etc. 

8vo. London, 1802 

SCOTT, William, Hostman, of Newcastle. Passages 
from the letter-book of W. S., the father of 
Lords Stowell and Eldon. [Newcastle Reprints, 
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8vo. Newcastle, 1848 

SCOTT, William, M. A., Incumbent of Christ Church, 
Hoxton. 
See Laud, W, Works. Oxford, 1847-60. 



SCOTT, WUliam Bell. 

See Altdorfer, A. The fall of man. [Holbein 

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SCOTTISH Burgh Records Society. Publications. 

In jirugrcssi 4to. Edinburgh, \&&», etc. 

Ancient laws and customs of the burghs of 
Scotland [vol. i.], 1124-1424. [Edited by C. 
Innes.] 

Extracts from the records of the burgh of 
Edinburgh, 1403-1571. [Edited by J. D. 
Marwick.] 

Charters and documents relating to the city 
of Edinburgh [vol. i.], 11 4."- 1 540. [Edited by 
J. D. Marwick.] 

Extracts from the council register of the burgh 
of Aberdeen, 1625-1747. [Edited by J. Stuart.] 

Charters and documents relating to the bursh 
of Peebles, with extracts from the records of the 
burgh, 1165-1710. [Edited by W. Chambers.] 

Extracts from the records of the burgh of 
Glasgow [vol. i.], 1573-1642. [Edited by J. D. 
Marwick.] 

SCOTTISH History Society. Publications. 

In progress. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1 887, etc. 

1. Bishop Pococke's Tours in Scotland, 1747- 
1760. Edited by D. W. Kemp. 

2. Diary and general expenditure book of 
William Cunningham of Craigends, 1673-1680. 
Edited by J. DoDDS. 

3. The Grameid, an heroic poem descriptive 
of the campaign of Viscount Dundee in l6S9, 
by James Philip of Almerieclose. Edited by 
A. D. Murdoch. 

4. 7. The Register of the Kirksession of St. 
Andrews, 1559-1600. Edited by D. H. Fleming. 
2 vols. 

5. Diary of the Rev. John Mill, Minister of 
Dunrossness, Sandwick and Cunningsburgh, in 
Shetland, 1740-1803. Edited by G. GouDiE. 

6. Narrative of Mr. James Nimmo, a Cove 
iianter, 1654-1709. Edited by W. G. Scott 

MONCRIEFF. 

7. See 4. 

8. A list of persons concerned in th Rebellion 
[1745]. 



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SCOTTISH History Society {continued). 

9. The Book of Record, a diary written by 
Patrick, first Earl of Strathmore, and other 
documents relating to Glamis Castle, 1684-89. 
Edited by A. H. Millar. 

10. John Major's History of Greater Britain 
( 1 2 1 ). Translated and edited by A. Constable. 

11. The Records of the commissions of the 
General Assemblies, 1646-7. Edited by A. F. 
Mitchell and J. Christie. 

12. Court-Book of the Barony of Urie, l604- 
1747. Edited by D. G. Barron. 

1 3. Memoirs of the life of Sir John Clerk of 
Penicuik ; from his own journals, 1676-1755. 
Edited by J. M. Gray. 

14. Diary of the Hon. John Erskine of 
Carnock, 1683-87. Edited by W. Macleod. 

15. 26. Miscellany. 

16. Account book of Sir John Eoulis of 
Ravelston, 1671-1707. Edited by A. W. C. 
Hallen. 

17. Letters and papers illustrating the relations 
between Charles ii. and Scotland in 1650. 
Edited by S. R. Gardiner. 

18. Scotland and the Commonwealth ; letters 
and papers relating to the military occupation of 
Scotland, 1651-53. Edited by C. H. Firth. 

19. The Jacobite attempt of 1719. Letters 
of James Butler, 2nd duke of Ormonde, relating 
to Cardinal Alberoni's project for the invasion 
of Great Britain on behalf of the Stuarts. Edited 
by W. K. Dickson. 

20. 21, 22, 23. The Lyon in mourning; or, a 
collection of speeches, etc., relative to the affairs 
of prince Charles Edward Stuart, by Robert 
Forbes. Edited by H. Paton. Itinerary of 
prince Charles Edward from his landing in Scot- 
land, July 1745, to his departure in September 
1746. Edited by W. B. Blaikie. 4 vols. 

24. Records of the presbyteries of Inverness 
and Dingwall, 1643-88. Edited by W. Mackay. 

25. The records of the commission of the 
General Assemblies of the church of Scotland, 
1648-49. Edited by A. F. Mitchell and J. 
Christie. 

26. See 15. 



SCOTTISH History Society. Miscellany. 

2 vols. Edinburgh, 1893-96 

Vol. i. The Library of James Vi., 1573-83. 
Documents illustrating Catholic policy, 1596-98. 
Letters of Sir Thomas Hope, 1627-46. Civil 
War papers, 1645-50. Lauderdale Correspon- 
dence, 1660-77. Turnbull's Diary, 1657-1704. 
Masterton Papers, 1660-1719. Accompt of 
expenses in Edinburgh, by Alex. Rose, 1715. 
Rebellion Papers, 1715 and 1745. 

Vol. ii. Diary of Sir Archibald Johnston, Lord 
Wariston, 1639. The preservation of the 
honours of Scotland, 1651-52. Lord Mar's 
legacies, 1722-27. Letters concerning Highland 
affairs in the 18th century, by Mrs. Grant of 
Laggan. 



— (The) politike presbyter slaine by an English 
independent ; or, the Independents factory over 
the Presbyterian party : a tragicomedie. 

4to. [London] 1647 



— Eecord Publications. Published under the 
direction of the Lord Clerk Register of Scotland. 

1. Chronicles of the Picts and Scots, and 
other early memorials of Scottish history. 
Edited by W. F. Skene. 1867. 

2. Ledger of Andrew Haly burton, 1492-1503; 
with the book of customs and valuation of 
merchandise in Scotland, l6l2. 1867. 

3. Documents illustrative of the history of 
Scotland, 1286-1306. Edited by J. Stevenson. 
2 vols. 1870. 

4. Compota Thesaurariorum regum Scotorum. 
Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland. 
Edited by T. Dickson. Vol. i. 1877. 

5. Register of the Privy Council of Scotland. 
Edited by J. H. Burton and D. Masson. 
Vols, i.-xii. 1877-95. 



6. Rotuli scaccarii regum Scotorum. 



The 

Exchequer rolls of Scotland. Edited by J. 
Stuart, G. Burnett, and Ae. G. J. ISIackay. 
Vols, i.-xiv. 1878-93. 

7. Calendar of documents relating to Scotland 
preserved in her Majesty's Public Record office, 
London. Edited by J. Bain. 4 vols. 1881-88. 

8. Registrum magni sigilli regum Scotorum. 
The register of the great seal of Scotland. 
Edited by J. B. Paul and J. M. Thomson. 
Vols, i.-viii, 1814-94. 



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1635 



SCOTTISH Record Publications {continunl). 

9- The Hamilton papers. Letters and papers 
illustrating the political relations of England 
and Scotland in the ifith century. Edited by 
J. Bain. 2 vols. lSf)0-92. 

10. The Border papers. Calendar of letters 
and papers relating to the affairs of the borders, 
preserved in her Majesty's Public Record office, 
London. Edited by J. Bain. Vol. i. 18f)4. 

traditional versions of ancient ballads. Edited 



by J. H. Dixon. [Percy Society, x\i\.] 

8vo. London, 184,'> 

SOOTTONI, Giovanni. 

See Schttori classic! Italian! : parte moderna, 
torn. xxxi. Milan, 1803-.5. 

SCOTT WARING, John. 

See S. (J.) Letter to E. Burke. London, 1783. 
„ Second letter to E. Burke. London, 

1783. 



A letter to the rev. John Owen, in reply to 

the Brief strictures on the preface to observations 
on the present state of the East India Company. 

8vo. London, 1808 

A letter to the right honourable Charles James 

Fox. 

8vo. Lartdon, 1783 

A letter to the right honourable Edmund 

Burke [on his Reflections on the French revolu- 
tion]. 

8vo. London, 17.Q1 

A letter to the right honourable Edmund 

Burke, paymaster of his majesty's forces. 

8vo. London, 1783 

A naiTative of the transactions in Bengal, 

during the administration of Mr. Hastings. 

8vo. London, 1784 



Observations on the present state of the East 

India Company. 

8vo. London, 1808 

A reply to Mr. Burke's speech of the first of 

December 1783, on Mr. Fox's East India Bill. 

8vo. London, 1784 



SCOTUS, Romoaldus. 

See De vita et rebus Mariae Scotorum reginae, 

tom. ii. Lonilon, 172.">. 

Summarium rationum quibus cancellarius 



Angliae et Prolocutor Puckeringius Elizabethae 
Angliae Reginae persuaserunt occidendam esse 
serenissimam Principem Mariam Stuartam Scotias 
Reginam et Jacobi sexti Scotorum Regis matrem. 
(Epistola Joannis Pistorii ... ad D. J. Gry- 
naeum.) 

8vo. Ingohtailt, 1588 

SCRAFTON, Luke. 

See Observations on Mr. Vansittart's narrative. 
[London] 1766. 

SCRIBANIUS, Carolus. 
See Bonarscius, C, pseud. 
„ Centones Frobae Falconiae. Munich, \6\1. 



Antverpia. 



4to. Antwerp, l6lO 



Origines Antverpiensium. 



4to. Antwerp, l6lO 

SCRIBBLE, Timothy, pseud, i.e. Ashley Cowper. 
The Norfolk Poetical Miscellany, to which are 
added some select essays and letters in prose 
never printed before. 

2 vols. 8vo. London [1744] 

SCRIBLERUS, Martinus, junior, pseud. Prole- 
gomena ; or, a prefatory introduction to an 
intended commentary, critical and theological, 
upon the Rev. Mr. William Warburton's apolo- 
getical dedication, etc., in justification of his 
famous fast sermon. 

4to. London, 1747 

Proposals for printing by subscription in one 

volume in quarto, a commentary critical and 
theological upon the learned Mr. W. Warburton's 
apologetical dedication to the reverend Dr. Henry 
Stebbing. 

4to. London, 1746 

SCRIBONIUS Largus. 

See Medicae artis principes. [Paris] 1 567. 

De compositione medicamentorum liber, jam- 

pridem J. Ruellii opera e tenebris erutus, et a 
situ vindicatus. A. Benivenii libellus de abditis 
nonnullis ac mirandis morborum et sanationum 
causis. Polybus de salubri victus ratione priva- 
torum, GuiNTEiiio J. Andernaco interprete. 

8vo. Basle, 1529 



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SCBIBONIUS Largus. Compositiones medicamen- 
torum denuo ad editionem Rhodianam editae a 
J. M. Bernhold. 

8vo. Stmshurg, 1786 

SCRIPTA historica Islandorum de rebus gestis 
veterum borealium latine reddita, curantesocietate 
regia antiquariorum septentrionalium. [Edited 
by S. Egilsson.] 

12 vols. 8vo. Copenhagen, 1828-46 

SCRIPTOEES antiqui Mstoriae poeticae. Historiae 
poeticae scriptores antiqui. ApoUodorus Athe- 
niensis, Ptolemaeus Hephaest. F., Conon Gram- 
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historiae Anglicanae. Historiae Anglicanae 

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2 vols. fol. London, l652 

Historiae Anglicanae scriptores varii e codicibus 

MSS. nunc primum editi [by J. Sparke] : [viz., 
Chronicon Angliae per Johannem abbatem Burgi 
S. Petri et Eobertum de Boston : historiae 
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3 parts in 1 vol. fol. London, 1723 

historiae Augustae. [Suetonius, Aelius Spar- 

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— Nervae et Traiani atque Adriani Csesarum 
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Julius Capitolinus, Aelius Lampridius, Vulcatius 
Gallicanus, Trebellius Pollio, Flavius Vopiscus : 
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fol. Paris, 1620 

Historiae Augustae scriptorum Latinorum 

minorum pars prima (-quarta). [L. A. Floras, 
Velleius Paterculus, Aurelius Victor, Rufus 
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Suetonius, Spartianus, Capitolinus, Lami^ridius, 
Gallicanus, Trebellius Pollio, Vopiscus, Marcel- 
linus.] M. Boxhorn-Zuerrts recensuit et 
animadversionibus illustravit. 

4 parts in 7 vols. /. Maire. Leyden, 1632-45 

Historiae Augustae scriptores sex, Aelius 

Spartianus, Julius Capitolinus, Aelius Lam- 
pridius, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Trebellius Pollio, 
Flavius Vopiscus, cum notis L Ca.sauboni, 
C. Salmasii, et J. Gruteri. 

2 vols. 8vo. Leyden, l671 

Les ecrivains de I'histoire Auguste, traduit en 

Francois [by G. DE MouLiNs]. 

3 vols. 12mo. Berlin, 1183 



— historiae Byzautinae. Historiae Byzantinae 
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tores historiae Byzantinae.] 

fol. Paris, 1685 



— historiae Francorum. Historiae Francorum, 
900-1285, scriptores veteres xi. : in quibus 
Glaber, Helgaldus, Sugerius, Rigordus, Guil- 
lermus Brito, Guillermus de Nangis, et anonymi 
alii, ex bibliotheca P. Pithoel 

fol. Heirs of A. JFechel. Franlfort, 159Q 

Brown morocco, with arms on the sides. 



— historiae Polonae. 
See Kadlubko, V. 



SCRIPTORES 



1637 



SCRIPTORES historiae Romanae. Historiae 
Komanae epitomae L. J. Flori, C. Vel. Paterculi, 
S. Aur. Victoris, S. Rufi Festi, M. Corvini, 
Eutropii, Paiilli Diacoiii, M. A. Casslodori, Jor- 
nandis et I. Exsuperantii. Accessit tractatus dc 
mensuris et ponderibus. 

24mo. Amsterdam, 1625 



Another edition. Ex musaeo N. Blanckardi. 
ISmo. Leyden, 1649 



— Scriptores historiae Komanae Latini veteres 
qui extant omnes notis variis illustrati a Carolo 
Henrico de Klettenberg et Wildeck. Edente et 
accurante B. C. Haurisio. 

3 vols. fol. Heidelberg, 1743-48 



— Komanae historiae scriptores Graeci minores, 
qui partim ab urbe coiidita, partim ab Augusto 
imperio, res Romanas memoriae prodiderunt. 
[Greek and Latin.] Opera et studio F. Syl- 

BURGII. 

fol. Frankfort, 1590 

Calf, ^vitU arnis on the sides. 



— physiognomoniae veteres [i.e. Aristoteles, 
Polemon, Adamantius, Melampos], ex recensione 
Camilli Perusci et Frid. Sylburgii ; Graece 
et Latine. Recensuit . . . adspersit notas 
J. G. F. Franzius. 

8vo. Altenhurg, 1780 

— rei rusticae. M. Catonis ac M. T. Varronis de 
re rustica libri. L. J. M. Columellae rei rusticae 
libri [edited by G. Merula]. Palladii de re 
rustica libri [edited by F. Coluccia]. 

fol. N. Jenson. Venice, 1472 



Another edition, 
fol. 



Bart. Bottonus. Reggio, 1482 



— Opera agi'icolationum, Columellae, Varronis, 
Catonisque nee non Palladii, cum commentariis 
P. Beroaldi. [Edited by G. Merula.] 

fol. B. Hector. Bologna, 1494 

— M. Catonis liber i. M. Terentii Varronis libri 
iii. L. J. M. Columellae libri xiii. Palladii 
libri xiv. Aldus de dierum generibus. Georgii 
Alexandrini enarrationes priscarum dictionum. 
[A new version by J. JUCUNDUS.] 

4to. Aldus. Venice, 1514 

— M. Catonis liber i. M. Terentii Varronis libri 
iii. L. J. M. Columellae libri xiii. Palladii libri 
xiv. Georgii Alexandrini enarrationes priscarum 



dictionum. P. Beroaldi annotationes. I'omponii 
commentarii cum annotationibus aliorum. 

4to. Alduf. Venice, 1533 

SCRIPTORES rei rusticae. M. Catonis ac M. T. 
Varronis do re rustica libri per P. Victorium 
restituti : J. M. Columellae libri xiii. : Palladii 
libri xiv. Enarrationes vocum priscarum per 
Georgium Alexandrinum, etc. P. Victorii expli- 
cationes suarum in Catonem, Varronem, Columel- 
1am castigationum. 

5 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Lyons, 1541-42 



— M. Catonis lib. i., M. T. Varronis lib. iii. per 
P. Victorium restituti : J. M. Columellae libri 
xiii., Palladii libri xiv. Enarrationes vocum 
priscarum per Georgium Alexandrinum : M. 
Beroaldi annotationes : Aldus de dierum generi- 
bus : P. Victorii explicationes. 

5 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. R. Stephanus. 

Paris, 1543 



Another edition. 



2 vols. 8vo. Lyons, 1548-49 

— Cato, Varro, Columella, Palladius, quibus nunc 
accedit Vegetius de mulo-medicina et Gargilii 
Martialis fragmentum ; curante J. M. Gesnero. 
2 vols. 4to. Leipzig, 1735 



Editio secunda. [Edited by J. A. Ernesti.] 
2 vols. 4to. Leipzig, 1773-74 



Another edition. 

5 vols, in 3. 8vo. Mannheim, 1781 

Another edition. 

5 vols. 12mo. Venice, 1783-84 



— Another edition. Edidit Jo. Gottlob 
Schneider. 

4 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1794-97 

— Rustici Latini volgarizzati. [Cato, translated 
by G. CoMPAGNONi; T. Varro and Columella, 
by G. G. Pagani ; and Virgil's Georgics, by F. 
Soave. Latin and Italian.] 

18 vols. 8vo. Venice, 1792-99 

— rerum Alamannicarum. Kerum Alamannicarum 



scriptores aliquot vetusti a quibus Alamannorum 
qui nunc partim Suevis, partim Helvetiis cessere 
historiae traditae sunt, cum glossis ex bibliotheca 
Melchioris H. Goldasti. 

3 vols, in 1. fol. Frankfort, l66l 



1638 



SCRIPTORES 



SCBIPTOBES rerum Anglicarum. Kerum Angli- 
carum scriptores veteres. Tom. i. edidit W. 
FuLMAN ; [torn, ii., iii. by T. Gale]. 

3 vols. fol. O.rford, 1684-91 

Scriptores rerum Anglicarum post Bedam : 

Willielmus monachus Malmesburiensis; Henricus 
Archidiaconus Huntindoniensis. Rogerus Hov- 
endenus. Chronicorum Ethelwerdi libb. iv. In- 
gulphus Abbas Croylandensis. [Edited by Sir 
Henry Savile.] 

fol. George Bishop. London, 15.96 



Another edition. 



fol. Frankfm-t, l601 



— rerum Austriacarum veteres ac genuini ; edidit 
et notis illustravit Hieronymus Pez. [Includ- 
ing Ottocari Horneckii chronicon Austriacum 
rhythmicum, et glossarium.] 

3 vols, in 2. fol. Leipzig and Ratishon, 

1721-45 



— rerum Bohemicarum. Scriptorum rerum 
Bohemicarum tomus i. (-iii.). [Vols. i. and ii. 
collected by F. M. Pelcel and J. Dobrovsky ; 
vol. iii. by F. Palacky, for the Regia Societas 
Scientiarum Bohemica.] 

3 vols. 8vo. Prague, 1783-1829 



— rerum Britannicarum. Rerum Britannicarum 
scriptores vetustiores ac praecipui : Galfredus 
Monumetensis, Pontici Virunnii Britannicae 
historiae libri vi., Gildas, Beda et continuatio 
Bedae, Gulielmus Neubricensis, J. Frossardi 
historiarum epitome de bellis inter Anglos et 
Gallos gestis. 

fol. [£r. Comrmlin.] Heidelberg, 1587 

— rerum Brunsvicensium, cura G. G. Leibnitii. 

3 vols. fol. Hanover, 1707-^1 



— rerum Danicarum medii aevi, partim hactenus 
inediti, partim emendatius editi, quos collegit 
J. Langebek. 

9 vols. fol. Copenhagen, 1772-1878 



— rerum Germanicarum. Veterum scriptorum 
qui Caesarum et imperatorum Germanicorum res 
per aliquot secula gestas Uteris mandarunt tomus 
unus, ex bibliotheca Justi Reuberi. 

fol. Hanau, l6l9 

— Nova editio, curante G. C. JoANNis. 

fol. FraiJcforl, 1726 



SCBIFTORES rerum Germanicarum. Rerum Ger- 
manicarum tomi iii. : I. historicos Germanicos 
ab H. Meibomio seniore editos ; ii. historicos 
Germanicos ab H. Meibomio juniore editos ; ill. 
dissertationes historicas varii argument! utri- 
usque Meibomii continet. 

3 vols, in 2. fol. Helmstadt, 1688 

Scriptores rerum Germanicarum J. M. Hein- 

eccii et J. G. Leuckfeldi : i. Heineccii antiqui- 
tatum Goslariensium libri sex, auctarium et dis- 
sertatio de Crodone Hartzeburgico ; ii. Numorum 
Goslariensium sylloge illustrata ab Heineccio : 
III. Rerum Germanicarum tres selecti scriptores, 
H. Turckii, S.J., Fasti Carolini, J. A. Grusii 
Widikindus, Eginhardi vita et gesta Caroli 
magni : Guil. Budaei Thanatologia : Capitulatio 
des Stiffts Ossnabriigk : Acta formulae con- 
cordiae in Bergensi coenobio prope Magdebur- 
gicum cura Augusti Saxoniae electoris ; iv. 
Griindlicher Bericht von denen vielen Monar- 
chien sonderlich denen jenigen die von Nimrod 
an bis auf den Perser Cyrum im Orient gebluhet, 
ausgefertigt von Caspar Abeln. 

fol. Frankfort, 1707 



— Rerum Germanicarum scriptores aliquot in- 
signes, a Carolo Magno ad Carolum v. usque. 
Primum collectore J. PisTORio producti, nunc 
editione tertia, curante B. G. Struvio. 

3 vols, in 2. fol. Batisbon, 1726 



— rerum Gothicarum. Jornandes de Getarum 
sive Gothorum origine et rebus gestis : Isidori 
chronicon Gothorum, etc. : Procopii fragmentum 
de priscis sedibus . . . Gothorum, Gr. et Lat. : 
et Jornandis de regnorum et temporum succes- 
sione : cum notis B. VuLCANii. 

2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Fr. llaphelengius. 

Leyden, 1597 



— Diversarum gentium historiae antiquae scrip- 
tores tres : Jornandes de regnorum ac temporum 
successionibus ; de origine Gothorum : Isidorus 
Hispalensis de Gothis, Wandalis, et Suevis ; 
Chronicon regum Wisigothorum : Pauli Warne- 
fridi Diaconi de gestis Longobardorum libri sex : 
F. Lindenbrogius recensuit, etc. 

4to. Hamburg, l6ll 



— Gothicarum et Langobardicarum rerum scrip- 
tores aliquot veteres : [Jornandes, Isidorus, 
Paulua Diaconus, and others] ex bibliotheca 
B. VuLCANil et aliorum. 

4 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Leyden, 1618 



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SCRIPTORES rerum Hibernicanun. Rerum Hiberni- 

carum scriptores veteres. [Edited by C. O'Conor.] 

i vols. 4to. Buckingluitn, 1814-2(5 

rerum Hispanicarum. Rerum Hispanicarum 

scriptores aliquot^ ex bibliotheca Roberti Beli ; 
De rebus gestis a Fr. Ximenio, authore Alvaro 

GOJIECIO. 

3 vols, in 2. fol. And. JVechel. 
Franhfart, 1579-81 

rerum Hungaricarum. Rerum Hungaricarum 

scriptores varii, historici, geographici. [Edited 

by J. BONGARS.] 

fol. Eeirs of A. JFechel, CI. Marnius and 
J. Aubrius. Frankfort, l600 

Scriptores rerum Hungaricarum veteres ac 

genuini cum praefatione M. Belii, ex recensione 

J. G. SCHWANDTNERI. 

3 vols. fol. Vienna, 1746-48 



— rerum Muscoviticarum. Rerum Muscoviti- 
carum auctores varii unum in corpus nunc 
primum congesti. 

fol. Frankfort, l600 

— rerum Polonicarum. Scriptorum rerum Poloni- 
carum et Prussicarum collectio nova, xv. trac- 
tatus complectens. 

2 vols. 4to. Dantzig, 1753 

rerum Silesiacarum. Silesiacarum rerum 

scriptores aliquot adhuc inediti, accedunt codicis 
Silesiae diplomatici specimen et diplomatarium 
Bohemo-Silesiacum : confecit opus Fr. W. DE 

SOMMERSBERG. 

3 vols, in 2. fol. Leipzig, 1729-32 

rerum Suevicarum. Suevicarum rerum scrip- 
tores aliquot veteres, partim primum editi, 
partim emendatius atque auctius : ex bibliotheca 
et recensione Melchioris Haiminsfeldii Gol- 

DASTI. 

4to. Frankfort, l605 

Red morocco, with the arms and cypher of De Thou. 

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Vaticanis codicibus edita ab Angelo Maio. 
[Greek and Latin.] 

10 vols. fol. Fiome, 1825-38 

SCEIPTURE the friend of freedom : exemplified by 
a refutation of the arguments offered in defence 
of slavery, in a tract entitled, Scriptural re- 
searches on the licitness of the slave trade. 

Svo. London, 1789 
VOL. III. 



SCKITTORI. Scrittori classici Italiani di economia 
politica; parte antica, torn. 1, Serra, Turbolo ; 2, 
Davanzati, Scaruffi ; 3, Montanari ; 4-5, Broggia : 
6-7, Neri. Parte moderna, tom. 1, Bandini, Alga- 
rotti; 2, Belloni, Ragnini ; 3-6, Galiani; 7-10, 
Genovesi; 11-12, Beccaria; 13-14, Carli; 15-17, 
Verri ; 18-19, Zanon ; 20, Paoletti ; 21-27, Ortes ; 
28-29, Briganti ; 30-31, D'Arco ; 31, Scottoni ; 32, 
Filangieri; 33-35, Vasco; 36, Mengotti; 37-38, 
Palmieri ; 39, Delfico, Corniani, Solera ; 40, 
Cantalupo, Caraccioli, Scrofani ; 41, Ricci. 

48 vols. 8vo. Milan, 1803-6 

SCRIVENER, Frederick Henry Ambrose. 
&« Bible, English. 1867, e/r. 
,, „ Polyglott. N. T., Gospels and Acts. 
„ „ „ „ Epistles, 1859. 

Adversaria critica sacra, with a short explana- 
tory introduction. 

Svo. Cambridge, 1893 

A plain introduction to the criticism of the 

New Testament for the use of biblical students. 
Fourth edition. Edited by E. Miller. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1894 

SCRIVENER, Frederic John. 

See Bible, English. 1867. 

SCRIVERIUS, Petrus. 

See Batavia illustrata. Leyden, 1 699- 
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„ Secundus, J. Opera. Leyden, 1631. 
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Opera anecdota philologica et poetica : eruit et 



edi curavit A. H. Westerhovius. 

4to. Utrecht, 1737 

SCROFANI, Saverio. 

See Scrittori classici Italiani, 1803-5 : parte 
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Voyage en Grfece, 1794-95 : traduit del'Italien, 



par J. F. C. Blanvillain. 

3 vols, in 1. Svo. Paris, 1801 

SCROFFA, Camillo. I Cantici di Fidentio. [Parnaso 

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Svo. Venice, 1787 

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SCEOGGS, Sir William, Lord Chief Justice of 
England. 

See Gates, T. Articles of misdemeanour. [^Lon- 
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Speech in the Kings-bench on the first day of 

this present Michaelmas term 1679, occasion'd 
by the many libellous pamphlets which are pub- 
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fol. London, 1679 

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single sheet, fol. [London, 1678] 



SCROPE, George Poulett. How is Ireland to be 
governed 1 A question addressed to the new 
administration of lord Melbourne in 1834, with 
a postscript in which the same question is ad- 
dressed to Sir Robert Peel in 1846. 

8vo. London, 1846 

Memoir of the life of Charles lord Sydenham, 

with a narrative of his administration in Canada. 

8to. London, 1843 

Volcanos ; the character of their phenomena, 

their share in the structure and composition of 
the surface of the globe, and their relation to its 
internal forces : with a descriptive catalogue of 
all kno^vll volcanos and volcanic formations. 
Second edition. 

8vo. London, 1862 

SCROPE, Richard, of Magdalen College. 

See Clarendon, E. H., earl of. State papers. 
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SCROPE, Sir Richard. 

Sec Nicolas, Sir N. H. The controversy between 
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SCUDAMORE of Home-Lacy, Family of. 

See Gibson, M. A view of the ancient and pre- 
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SCUDDER, Horace Elisha. 

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SCUD£rY, Madeline de. 

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SCUD^RY, Marie Frangoise de. Lettres de mes- 
dames de Scudery, de Salvan de Saliez et de 
mademoiselle Descartes, precedees de notices 
biographiques. 

12mo. Paris, I8O6 

I SCULTURE del Palazzo della Villa Borghese : breve- 
I mente descritte. [By L. Lamberti.] 

3 vols. 4to and Svo. Home, 1796 

SCUPOLI, Lorenzo. 

See Combat spirituel. Paris, 1654. 



Combattimento spirituale. 



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With the arras of Louis xiv. 

SCURLOCK, David. A caution against speaking 
evil of our governors and of one another : a 
sennon preached at St. Paul's cathedra], Sunday 
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Svo. London [1733] 

SC7LAX Caryandensis. 

See Geographica antiqua. Lcyden, 1697, etc. 
„ „ Marciani Heracleotae, etc. 

Augsburg, 1600. 

SCYLITZA, Joannes. 

Sec Cedrenus, G. Compendium historiarum. 
Paris, 1647. 

SCYNINUS, of Chios. 

See Stephanas, Byzantinus. De urbibus. Leyden, 
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SEA-COALE, char-coale, and small-coal, a discourse 
concerning the prohibition of trade with New- 
castle, Jan. 27, 164?^. [Newcastle Reprints, 
vii. 10.] 

Svo. Newcastle, 1843 

SEACOME, John. Memoirs, containing a genea- 
logical and historical account of the house of 
Stanley from the conquest to the death of James, 
late earl of Derby, 1735, as also a description of 
the isle of Man. 

4to. Liverpool [1741] 

SEAGER, Francis. The Schoole of Vertue, 1557. 
For reprint, see Babees Book. [Early English 
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SEAMAN, Lazarus. The Diatribe proved to be 
Paradiatribe ; or, a vindication of the judgement 
of the Reformed Churches, and Protestant 
divines from misrepresentations concerning ordi- 
nation, and laying on of hands. 

4to. London, 1647 



SEAMAN— SEASONABLE 



1641 



SEAMAN, WiUiam. See Bible, Turkish. N. T. 

SEAMAN'S (The) dream, of a great fight : between 
several men of war, near the Downes and the 
Long-Sand-Head. [A political satire.] 

single sheet, fol. [LoTidmi, 1681?] 

opinion of a standing army in England, in 

opposition to a fleet at sea, as the best security 
of this kingdom. Second edition. 

•tto. London, 1699 

protestation, concerning their ebbing and 

flowing to and from the parliament house at 
Westminster: upon Tuesday the 11th day of 
January l642. 

4to. London, 1642 

protestation renewed, confirmed, and enlarged. 

4to. London, 1643 

(A) remarks on the British ships of the line. 



1756-82: with some occasional observations on 
the fleet of the House of Bourbon. [By Lord 
Hawke.] 

Svo. London, 1782 

STANCES des ecoles normales, recueillies par des 
stenographes et revues par les professeurs. 

13 vols. Svo. Paris, 1800-1 

SEARCH, Edward, pseud, i.e. Abraham Tucker. 
The light of nature pursued. 

3 vols, in 9. 8vo. London, 1168-11 

SEA-SICK (The) minstrel ; or, maritime sorrow.s : 
a poem in six cantos. [By Henry Tresham.] 

4to. London, 1796 

SEASONABLE (A) address to the people of London 
and Middlesex upon the present critical situation 
of publick affairs. 

8vo. London, 1770 



— and affecting observations on the mutiny bill, 
articles of war, and use and abuse of a standing 
army. 

Svo. London, H.'JO 

See also Seasonable letter to the author. 

— and honest advice to the nobility, clergy, 
gentry, souldiery, and other the king's subjects, 
upon the invasion of his highnes the prince of 
Orange. 

4to. London, 1688 



SEASONABLE considerations on the indecent and 
dangerous custom of burying in churches and 
church-yards. [By John Lewis.] 

Svo. London, 1721 

discourse shewing the necessity of maintaining 

the established religion, in opposition to Popery. 
[By William Lloyd, bishop of Worcester.] 

4to. London, 1673 

See also Full answer and confutation. 



discourse, wherein is examined what is lawful 

during the confusions and revolutions of govern- 
ment, especially in the case of a king deserting 
his kingdoms, and how far a man may lawfully 
conform to the powers and commands of those 
who hold kingdoms. [By Anthony Ascham.] 

4to. London, 1689 

expostulations with the worthy citizens of 

London; upon their late instructions to their 
representatives. 

Svo. London, 1742 

hints from an honest man on the present im- 
portant crisis of a new reign and a new parlia- 
ment. [By John Douglas.] 

Svo. London, 1761 



— lecture ; or, a most learned oration dis- 
burthened from Henry "Walker, ... As it 
might be delivered in Hatcham Barne the 
thirtieth day of March last. [By John Taylor.] 

4to. [London, 1642] 



letter to the author of Seasonable and affect- 
ing considerations on the mutiny bill, articles of 
war, and use and abuse of a standing army. 

Svo. London, 1751 

memento both to king and people upon this 

critical juncture of affaires. 

4to. London, l680 

observations on the Naturalization Bill, now 

depending in Parliament. 

4to. London, 1748 

queries relating to the birth and birthright of 

a certain person [the Pretender]. 

Svo. [London] 1714 

remarks on the act lately passed in favour of 

the Jews ; containing divers weighty reasons for 

a review of the said act. 

Svo. London, 1753 



1642 



SEASONABLE— SECRET 



SEASONABLE warning ; or, the pope and king of 

France unmasked. 

4to. [Edinburgh] 1706 

warning to the Commons of England; dis- 
covering to them their present danger, and the 
only means of escaping it, to be by a prudent 
choice of old English spirits, to serve their king 
and country in the approaching Parliament. 

fol. [Lojidon] 1679 

SEBASTIAN, King of Portugal. 

For Life, see Freer, M. W. London, 1 864. 
See Oratio habita. Biva, 1562. 

SEBASTIAN, Antonio, Minturno. 
See Minturnus, S. A. 

SEBASTIANI, Leopoldo. 

&e Bible, Latin. N. T. 1817. 
,, Lycophron. Cassandra. Borne, 1803. 



SEBER, Wolfgang. 

See Pythagoras. 



Carmina. Leipzig, 1622. 



— Argus Homericus sive index vocabulorum in 
omnia Homeri poemata ; cum annotatione, cata- 
logo item Graeco-Latino vocabulorum quibus 



adjecta sunt epitheta. 



4to. Amsterdam, 1649 



Index vocabulorum in Homeri Iliade atque 

Odyssea caeterisque quotquot extant poemata. 
Editio nova. 

8vo. Oxford, 1780 

SECEBinS, Joannes. 

See Xenophon. Apologia Socratis. Hagenau, 
1520. 

SECKENDORF, Veit Ludwig von, Baron. Commen- 
tarius historicus et apologeticus de Lutheranismo: 
in quo ex L. Maimburgii historia Lutheranismi, 
anno 1680 Parisiis Gallice edita, libri tres, 
1517-46, Latine versi exhibentur et corriguntur : 
simul et aliorum scriptorum errores examin- 
antur. 

fol. Frankfort and Leipzig, iGQi 

Histoire de la reformation de I'eglise chre- 

tienne en Allemagne : abr^g^e par MM. JuNiu.s 
et Roos et traduite en Fran9ois par J. J. P. : 
suivie d'un abreg6 de I'histoire des anciennes 
^glises esclavones et vaudoises. 

5 vols. 8vo. Basle, 1784-85 



SEOKER, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury. A 
sermon preached before the University of 
Oxford at St. Mary's on Act Sunday, July 8, 
1733. 

4to. Oxford, 1733 

A sermon preached on occasion of the pre- 



sent rebellion in Scotland, at the parish-church 
of St James, Westminster, and the chapels be- 
longing to it, Oct. 6-13, 1745. 

8vo. London, 1745 

SECOND (A) review of the Lutheran principles; 
or, an answer to Dr. Bret's late insolent libel 
against the Lutheran Churches. By a lover of 
King George and the church of England. 

8vo. London, 1714 

thoughts ; or, observations upon lord Abing- 
don's Thoughts on the Letter of Edmund Burke 
to the sheriffs of Bristol. By the author of the 
answer to Mr. Burke's letter [George Chalmers]. 

8vo. London, 1777 

SECOUSSE, Denis Frangois. 

See M^moires de Cond^. London, etc., 1743. 
,, Ordonnances des rois de France. Paris, 
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Catalogue des livres de la bibliothfeque, dont 

la vente sera indiquee par affiches. [With 
prices.] 

8vo. Paris, 1755 

SECRET (The) history of Arlus [i.e. Robt. Harley] 
and Odolphus [i.e. S. Godolphin], ministers of 
state to the Empress of Grandinsula [Queen 
Anne], in which are discover'd the labour'd 
artifices formerly us'd for the removal of Arlus 
and the true causes of his late restoration, etc. 

8vo. [London] 1710 

Third edition. 

8vo. [London] 1710 



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12mo. Alhigion [London], 1705 

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12mo. Albigion [London], 1708 

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SEOEET (The) history of the Calves-head club. 
See Philanax, W., pseud. 

history of the reigns of K. Charles ii. and 

K. James li. 

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SEDITIOUS preachers, ungodly teachers, exempli- 
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SEDLEY, Sir Charles. 

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— tracts relating to colonies : i. an essay on 
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SELECTA poemata Italorum qui Latine scripserunt, 
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SELECTED centuries of books from the library of 
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SELECTION (A) of English synonyms. [By Miss 
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SEMONVILLE, Charles Nicolas Huguet de. Cata- 
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SENEBIER, Jean. Catalogue raisonne des manu- 
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4 vols. 12mo. Elzevir. Leyden, 1639-49 

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Ad Lucilium epistolae morales : emendavit 

J. ScmraiGHAEUSEFv. 

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— Epistles, with large annotations by Thomas 

MORELL. 

2 vols. 4to. London, 1786 

— Pistole del moralissimo Seneca nuovamente 
fatte volgare da Sebastiano Manilio. 

fol. S. and B. Dinali Venice, 14.94 



— (Naturales quaestiones.) 

Xaturalium qnestionum libri vii. M. FOR- 
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4to. Aldus. Venice, 1522 

— (Tragoediae.) 
Tragoediae. 

fol. Andreas Bel/ortis. Ferrara [1484] 

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Bernardini Marjutae. 

fol. L. Isoarda de Savigliano. Venice, 1492 

— Another edition. Cum commentariis Gellii 



Bernakdini Marmitae et Danielis Gaietani. 
fol. M. Capcasa. Venice, 1493 

— Another edition. [With the corrections of 
Hieronymus Balbus.] 

4to. Higman, Prevost and Hopyl. Paris [1495] 

— Another edition. 

8vo. Ph. de Giunta. Florence, 1513 



Another edition. [Edited by H. AVANTIUS.] 
8vo. Aldus. Venice, 1517 



— Another edition. Opera Fraiicisci Raphel- 
engii, F. F. Plantiniani ope . . . J. LiP.sii 
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iCmo. Leyden, 1589 

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l6mo. Antwerp, 1589 



— L. A. Seneca tragicus. i. Tragoediae x. 
emendatae a P. Scriverio. ii. Aniraadversiones 
Justi Lipsii [and others]. in. P. Scriverii 
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4 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Leyden, 1620-51 



SENECA, Lucius Annaeus. Tragoediae. Editio 
prioribus longe correctior. 

24mo. Amsterdam, 1624 

L. et M. A. Senecae tragoediae ; post omnes 

omnium editiones recensionesque editae denuo et 
notis T. Farnabii illustratae. 

8vo. Thomas Snodham. London, 1624 



Another edition. 
Another edition. 



12mo. Amsterdam, 1656 



12 mo. Amsterdam, 1678 



Another edition. Cum notis J. F. Gronovii. 

8vo. Amsterdam, 1682 

Another edition. Cura F. Redtelii. 

12mo. Steftin, 169O 

Another edition. Cum notis Gronovii [and 

others]. Omnia recensuit J. C. Schroderus. 

2 vols. 4to. Delft, 1728 

Tenne tragedies. Translated into English [by 

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2 vols. 4to. Manchester, 1887 

La nona tragedia ditta Agamemnone, vulgare 



in terza rima. 



8vo. P. Bergamasco. Venice, 1497 



— Tragedia quarta (intitolata Hyppolito), per 
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De quattuor virtutibus. [Supposititious.] 

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and PUBLILIUS SYEUS. Singulares sen- 

tentiae, auctae et correctae, studio et opera J. 
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SENEFELDER, Johann Alois. A complete course 
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4to. London, 181 9 

SENIOR, Nassau William. Journals, conversations, 
' and essays relating to Ireland. 

2 vols. Svo. London, 1868 



SENIOR— SEKEN us 



1651 



SENIOB, Nassau William. Statement of the pro- 
vision for the poor and of the condition of the 
labouring classes in a considerable portion of 
America and Europe : from the appendix to the 
poor-law report. 

8vo. London, 1835 

SENSE (Tlie) of an Englishman on the pretended 
coalition of parties, and on the merits of the 
Whig interest. 

8vo. London [1732] 

SENTENCES of the Dissenters. 

See Mirabilis annus secundus. Londov, 1708. 

SENTENTIOSA poetarum vetustissimorum. 
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SENTIMENS de quelques theologiens de Hollande 
sur I'Histoire critique du Vieux Testament com- 
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8vo. Amsterdam, 1685 

See also Defense des Sentimens. 

SENTIMENTS (The) of an English freeholder, on 
the late decision of the Middlesex election. [By 
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4to. London, 1769 

SEPP, Christian. Beschouwing Der Wonderen Gods 
in de minstgeachtte Schepzelen of Nederlandsche 
Insecten, in hunne aanmerkelyke Huishouding, 
wonderbaare Gedaantewisseling en andere wetens- 
waardige Byzonderheeden, etc. 

6 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Amsterdam, 1762 

SEPTEM illustrium virorum poemata. 

8vo. Dan. Elsevir. Amsterdam, 1672 

SEPULCHRAL monuments in Great Britain. Ap- 
plied to illustrate the history of families, 
manners, habits, and arts, at the different 
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2 vols, in 5. fol. London, 1786-.96 

SEPULCRALIA carmina. See Anthologia Oraeca. 

SEPULVEDA, Juan Gines de. 

See Casas, B. de las. Una disputa o controversio, 
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Opera, accurante Regia Historiae Academia. 

4 vols. 4to. Madrid, 1780 



SEQUEL (The) ; or, moderation further display'd : 
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4to. [London] 1705 

SEQUENTIAE et hymni per totum annum. [By 

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SEQUESTER, Vibius. See Vibius Sequester. 

SERARRIGHI, Cristofano. 

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SEBASSI, Pietro Antonio. 

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La vita di Jacopo Mazzoni. 



4to. Borne, 1790 



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SERCAMBI, Giovanni. Novelle. [Edited by B. 

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SERDONATI, Francesco. 

See Maffei, O. P. Le istorie delle Indie orientali. 
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si tratta di tutte la battaglie fatte da Romani, 
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4to. G. Ziletti (Chr. Zanetti). Venice, 1 572 

SERENIUS, Jacobus. Dictionarium Anglo-Svethico- 
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SERENUS Antissensis. 

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1652 



SEREN US— SERIOUS 



SEBENUS, Aulus Septimius. 

See Poetae Latini minores. Altenhurg, 17 80-9 i. 

SERENUS SAMMONICUS, Quintus. 

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SERGABDI, Lodovico. See Sectanus, Q., pseud. 

SERGEANT, J. 

See Historical romance of the wars. Dublin, 
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„ Letter from a trooper. London, 1695. 

SERGEANT, John, and MAURICE, David. Infor- 
mations relating to