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In submittiog the First Pabt of the Bibliookapher's 
Manual, the Compiler deems it necessary to state briefly 
the objects and plan of the work. 

Although there is no country in Europe where early litera- 
ture is so highly appreciated as in England, nothing, which 
can bear a comparison with the bibliographical publications 
in France, Italy, and Germany, has hitherto been done to 
render that literature known and available. With the 
exception of that monument of human industry. Watt's 
'' Bibliotheca Britannica," no general work on English lite- 
rature has appeared ; but useful as those important volumes 
unquestionably are, there can be no doubt that they are in- 
complete and unsatisfactory, since they do not contain any 
account of the characters, collations, and prices of books. 
To afford thb information, is the chief object of the 
Bibliographer's Manual, which has been formed on the 
plan of Mons. Brunet's well known " Manuel du Libraire." 
The Editor has, in every instance, endeavoured to give 
the titles of works relating to English History, published 
either in this country or abroad; and also of every work of 
importance printed in England from the invention of Printing 
to the present time, including Theology, Poetry, the Drama, 



Biography, Heraldry, Voyages, Travels, &c. Of the scarce 
Books it is often stated in what public or private collections 
copies are preserved, and as a knowledge of the value of 
the Books noticed must be of considerable service both to 
Collectors and Booksellers, the prices at which they have sold 
at public sales during the present century are stated, but where 
the articles produced a few shillings only, the average price 
is inserted. Collations are given of most of the very early 
books, as well as of those of which a list of the plates is not 
inserted in the works themselves, as for example, Anderson's 
House of Yvery, Ashmole's Order of the Garter, Atkyns' 
Glocester, &c. The short critical notices which are added 
have been copied from the various Reviews, or from the 
sources cited. 

Considerable trouble has been taken to ascertain the 
authors of works which appeared anonymously, under initials, 
or with assumed names, but they are not attributed to the 
individuals to whom the Editor has asbigned them, without 
sufficient authoriiv. 

The Bibliographer's Manual will extend to Three 
Volumes, Octavo, and will comprize upwards of Thirty 
Thousand Articles ; at the conclusion, the Editor purposes 
giving an Alphabetical List of Catalogues of Public Sales in 
this Country, from the earliest period, with their respective 

UjHjn the judgment which may be pronounced on his 
labours, the Editor is aware that it is extremely difficult 


for him to speak Mrith propriety, for he could not 
aDticipate the opinion of his readers without presumption, 
or he wholly silent without injustice to himself. He is 
sensible that there will be a diversity of opinions as to the 
manner in which he has noticed the numerous publications 
referred to ; and that some persons will consider that books 
have been passed over, which ought to have been mentioned. 
To such criticism he will not only submit with deference, 
but he will gratefully receive any suggestions on the subject. 
He is very far from believing that the present undertaking 
is not liable to objections, or free from inaccuracies; but 
at the same time that he ofiTers his best apologies for its 
imperfections, he hopes he may be allowed to observe, that 
in a compilation of this nature, omissions and errors were 
unavoidable. As he is deeply impressed with the difficulty of 
his task, he throws himself upon the indulgence of a candid 
and liberal public, who are ever more ready to applaud the 
little which may be done to contribute to a knowledge of the 
early literature of their country, than by a withering cen- 
sure, to discourage all future efforts, because a Jirst attempt 
does not contain every thing that may be desirable. 

Should the present undertaking me6t with the approval 
of the public, the Editor hereafter purposes publishing ano- 
ther work, on the same principle, for which he has been many 
years collecting materials, which will include works published 
abroad, from the invention of Printing to the present centtu'y. 



ly proportion to the advunceiiient and general cUftusion of literature 
ought to be the publication of references to, and accounts of, the mul- 
tifarious works witli which the genius of past and of tlie present times 
has enlightened and benefited mankind. Bibliography, or a know- 
ledge of particular books, the peculiarities of editions, tlieir value, and 
what may be termed an ultimate acquaintance with the history and 
cliaracter of a work, has, however, been singularly neglected in this 
country; and rich as our literature is in most departments, tliat 
particular class, on which all others are in a great degree dependent, 
is confessedly deficient. In France, Spain, Italy, Germany, and 
Hollxmd, numerous volumes have been written on the literary history 
of those several countries, together with others on universal literature; 
but in England, excepting a few catalogues of books on particular 
subjects, no general Bibliographical work deserving the name was 
ever published until tlie appearance of tlie " Bibliotheca Britannica** 
by Watt, which will be again alluded to. It Ls not intended to 
explain the cause of tlie low state of Bibliographical knowledge in 
Elnglaiid ; but it may, perhaps, be partly ascribed to the folly of ac- 
quiring, at enormous prices, works which are no othen^ise valuable 
than for their rarity, consisting, as that rarity sometimes does, in a 
colophon or the name of a printer, the texture or colour of the paper, 
tlie widdi of the margin, the occurrence or omission of a date, or even 
in an obvious defect. Mankind are disposed to remember the abvse 
rather tlian the utility of pursuits in which few tu'e deeply interested ; 
and in the ridicule which the enthusiastic zeal of bibliomaniacs has 
cast on Bibliography, they lose sight of tlie fact, that all accurate 
knowledge is in a greater or less degree absolutely dependent 

Tlie accumulated wisdom of ages is deposited in Books ; can 
there then be more useful information than tliat by which these re- 
positories of knowledge are rendered available to the world by pro- 
per classification, separating the valuable from the worthless, and 
presenting the student with a convenient and trustworthy guide to 


the respective sources ? Bibliography is in truth the mariner's com- 
pass of learning ; for without it the student would be floating on tlie 
immense ocean of literature, with no other means than what chance 
afforded of attaining the object of his voyage. To pursue the 
simile, it may be said that the art of navigation is not more indispens- 
able to a mariner than is a certain acquaintance with Bibliography 
to him who passes any part of his life in intellectual pursuits. 

Dr. Johnson has observed, \^'ith liis usual elegance and propriety, 
•* by the means of Catalogues only can be known what has been 
written on every part of learning, and the hazard avoided of en- 
countering difficulties which have already been cleared, discussing 
questions which have already been decided, and digging in mines of 
literature which former ages have exhausted ;" but a bare Catalogue, 
though the most laborious, is the humblest part of a Bibliographer's 
duty. Mere industry may enable him to copy titles, names, and 
dates ; but to classify and arrange works into the several divisions 
and subdivisions, which a student requires — to describe the merits 
of each work, and the peculiarity of each edition — to describe the 
true from the spurious edition — and to give such a collation of 
works which do not either by signatures, pagination, or otherwise, 
present the means of ascertaining whether it be complete or imperfect 
— to trace rare w^orks from library to library, in order that those 
who wish to consult them may know where they are deposited — and 
to give the different prices at which books have at various times 
been sold, that an idea may be formed of their value — require a com- 
bination of tiilent, research, and industry, which entitle the labours 
of a Bibliographer to much more respect than has hitherto been con- 
ceded to them. 

In thus stating the acquirements necessary for a Bibliographer, 
the Editor has in view rather to deprecate severity of criticism on 
whatever defects may be found in this work, than, witli unseeming 
presumption, to exaggerate the merits of its compilation. No one 
can be insensible to the errors wliich are incidental to the first 
edition of a work of tliis nature ; for, as it is well remarked by Mon- 
sieur Renouard, whose reputation as a Bibliographer proves tliat he 
must be well aware of the difficulties incidental to the pursuit : " Si 
bien pr^jpare soit-on, et quelques soins que Ton apporte a la com- 
position d'un ouvrage bibUographique, il est encore presque impos- 
sible de ne pas laisser dans sa premiere publication une multitude 
d'erreurs, de lacunes> de suppositions, de mensonges involuntaires." 


After these imperfect observations on the utility and difficulties of 
BibUography, the Editor will proceed to allude, in as few words as pos- 
sible, to the plan and contents of Watt's " Bibliotheca Britannica," 
to show in what points these volumes supply information which is 
not contained in that valuable compilation. In speaking of the Bi- 
bliotlieca Britannica, no praise can be too high ; for, notwithstand- 
ing its imperfections, it contains a mass of most valuable matter, 
disposed in such form as to be of great assistance to persons desirous 
of ascertaining what works have been written on a particular subject, 
or by a particular author. It is obvious, however, that, from the 
very extensive plan adopted by Watt, his work must necessarily be 
incomplete in various points, which, though of minor detail, are of 
great importance. Tlius, for instance, he gives neither the collation 
nor prices of books ; nor does he afford a guide to the best authors 
on any particular subject, or to the best editions — information of the 
highest value to foreigners and students. 

The Bibliographer's Manual was imdertaken to supply a 
desideratum in English Literature, by presenting the Collector, the 
Author, and the Bookseller with a notice, in alphabetical order, 
under the names of tlieir respective authors, of the principal works 
in the various departments of Divinity, Ecclesiastical and Civil 
History, more particularly of Great Britain, Biography, Voyages 
and Travels, Antiquities, Heraldry, Jurisprudence, Sciences, the 
Arts and Belles Lettres, &c. 

It was stated in the prospectus that these notices would exceed 
tvrenty thousand; but as the Editor proceeded, he was insensibly 
compelled to extend the limits which he had prescribed to himself; 
and the work does, in fact, contain notices of upwards of fifty thoU" 
sand distinct books, published in, or relating to. Great Britain and 
Ireland, from die invention of printing to the present time. He 
deceives himself, if this fact will not be deemed a sufficient apology 
for the work having exceeded what was originally contemplated. 
To these notices are annexed, 

Firstj A concise account of the merits of the work, taken occa- 
iionally from Reviews, but more generally from writers of established 

Sccondh/y Its'peculiar bibliographical character, such as the mode 
m which it was originally published, its contents, limited number 
printed, rarity, whether die name of the author was real or fictitious, 
and occasionally supplying the name of the author of a work pub- 


lished anonymously ; if an early work, to whom dedicated ; the 
merits and variations of the different editions ; where and when 
printed ; also notices of reprints of rare works, and of tracts, whether 
in the Somers tmd Harleian Miscellanies, or similar publications, 
and likewise of those early Voyages and Travels which appear in 
Pinkerton, Churchill, Harleian and other Collections : — in a word, 
all those points wliich belong to tlie " history" of a book are stated. 

Thirdly^ Collations of the contents of tlie rarer and more im- 
portant articles, including a list of the plates. 

Fourthly^ References to the number in the catalogues of cele- 
brated sales, specifying the price for which the work was sold. 

Upon the utility of this information it is scarcely necessary to 
insist : without a Manual of this nature the collector may indeed, as 
is happily remarked by a French Bibliographer, form a collectiariy 
but not a library^ since the one consists simply of a mass of books 
purchased without knowledge or discrimination of subjects or edi- 
tions ; but a library^ by which is meant a selection of the best writers, 
and of the best editions, depends more upon tlie erudition, judgment, 
and taste of tlie possessor, than upon liis wealth or liberality. 

No doubt can be entertained of the utility of attacliing to tlie tide 
of a book the opinion entertained of its merits by those who have 
undertaken to pronounce a critical opinion upon them, either in 
reference to the collector or to the student : to both tliey serve as a 
gvide. But with respect to tlie various criticisms which will be 
found scattered throughout tlie work, the Editor wishes to be under- 
stood, that when no authoritj' is given, he states the general charac- 
ter of die works, rather than offer an opinion of his o\^ti. In the 
case of works of a religious nature, the criticism will of course be 
understood as expressing the estimation in which the work is held by 
the particular sect to which the author belonged. 

The importance of knowing the exact character of, and the dif- 
ference between, the editions of any work, is well understood l)y 
authors and literary persons ; but to more general readers it may be 
necessary to remark, that in each edition an autlior is presumed to 
have availed himself of the additional information, and to have cor- 
racted the errors, which the suggestions of critical journals, or of his 
friends, or his own studies, may have supplied. It is not, perhaps, 
too much to say, with respect to works on history, or consisting of a 
condensation of, or criticisms founded upon, mere facts, that no Jirst 
edition is so perfect as its author is capable of rendering it. Until 


his labours are before him in print, and time has cooled the fervour 
of mind incidental to composition, he is scarcely competent to esti- 
mate, calmly and dispassionately, the value and bearing of the materials 
of which history is composed. A single additional fact, derived pos- 
sibly from an obscure volume, or manuscript, which escaped his re- 
searches when his work was written, may overturn or confirm his most 
ingenious hj^potheses. To works of imagination, novels, poetry, and 
the drama, the value of revision is almost as great — they supply as it 
were the last touches of the master ; and in the second edition the 
author introduces those improvements which, (in an age when the 
Horadan precept has ceased to apply either in principle or practice) 
are rarely to be found in the first impression ; whilst every subse- 
quent reprint affords him the opportunity of imparting greater 
accuracy, more abundant information, and more elaborate polish to 
his lucubrations. Hence arises the immense superiority of a second 
edition over the first, of a third over a second, and thus in nu- 
merical progression of each over]^its'predecessor. The claims which 
a first sometimes possesses over a later edition of a work consists 
chiefly of remarks which prudence or justice may have induced an 
author to cancel. A^reference to the first edition of an early writer 
is however often essential in restoring the correct reading of a line 
or passage. If a typographical error is made in the second edition, 
it is almost certain to^ be perpetuated in succeeding impressions, 
from its being the practice to print each edition from the one which 
immediately preceded it. Moreover, there is a peculiarity about 
each edition of every work, which>enders it imperative that it should 
be carefully referred^ to by an editor of tlie work: it may also 
liappen that a first edition contains valuable extraneous matter, which 
a desire to impart more consistency to his labours, caused tlie author 
afterwards to omiu To tliose who write books, a knowledge of such 
peculiarities in editions is indispensable; and by those who only read 
them, but who are interested in the curiosities and technicalities of 
literature, the information will not be despised. 

It is the duty of an author to know the history of the work which 
he consults : by making tlie statements it contains his autliority, he, 
in some measure, adopts them as his own ; and a Manual, which 
enables him to form an idea of the degree of credit that ought to 
be attached to the book before him, cannot fail to facilitate and 
benefit his labours. A critical examiner of his authorities, knows 
that the slightest fact — the date, die dedication, whether a private 


In common witli most persons interested in literary pursuits, the 
Editor is under many obligations to Philip Augustus Hanrott, 
Esq. to whose late curious and extensive library liberal access was 
always afforded him. 

To Messrs. Payne and Foss, Mr. Cochran, Mr. Pickering, 
and especially Mr. Rodd, for their constant advice and most useful 
suggestions, he is eminently obliged. 

To Mr. R. H. Evans he is particularly indebted for many 
valuable hints, and for the loan of the sale catalogues of the numerous 
important libraries which have passed through his hands, which 
exhibit a profound knowledge of his profession. — To Messrs. 
SoTHEBY he begs to return his thanks for access to Uieir extensive 
series of catalogues. 

Gratitude demands a strong acknowledgment to the late William 
Meredith, Esq., underwhosehospitable roof diis Manual was com- 
menced in the year 1820. By the late Richard Heber, Esq., 
(who, as a collector, miited the judgment of a Cotton with the 
princely munificence of a Harley,) he was honoured with appro- 
bation and encouragement, and with tlie offer of access to his 
immense literary treasures. 

\ St January, IQS4. W. T. L. 


Dr. Dibdin, in the scTenth Tolume of the Catalogue of the magnificent Library of Earl 
Spencer, quotes the following remarks of M. Ebert, the celebrated German Bibliographer : 
< liCt us be told what real advantage has accrued to learning from the Spenc£r Library, 
which has been extolled to satiety, .... or the ^collections of other [English] Bibliomanes ? 
Not 10 much as to enable the Nation, otherwise so mercantile, to produce a Manuel du 
lAhraire of its own, of which, from their constant buying, they are hourly in need,' &c. 
This reproach is, to some extent, it is to be hoped, removed by the Bibliographer's 
Manual, and the Editor begs to announce his intention of publishing a similar work on 
Foreign Literature. 


BaUograpljn: s i^Unual. 

B.— Sec An- 

TROBUS, Benj. 

A. F. — A 

Letter sent by 
F. A. touching 
the Pioceed- 
ings in a private 
Quarell^nd Vn. 
kindaesse, between Arthur Hall 
and Melchiscdech Mallerie Gen- 
tlemen to his very Friend L. B. 
bciii*j: in It'dly. With an Admoni- 
liou bv ihe Father of F. A. to him, 
Uin^ a Burgesse of the Parlia- 
ment, for his better Behaviour 
therein. (London, bv Heniy Bynne- 
u:an, 1679-80.) 4to. 

Black letter, 16 sheets (128 pa^^es). 
For thi> ptiblication, which was adjudged 
^ .l;c aiid seditious libel l.y the House of 
Coaui.uui, Hall fras iuiprisoned sixinontlis, SOU marks and cxpillcd the house. It 
ir.::nt> a curious ^-iew of the habits and 
I..:. -.Is of tlie young men of family and 
£:i»i.U<ii in the reign of Elizabeth. It is reprint- 
tu : - .Le Mi^ccUauea Aiitiqua Anglicana. 

A. \{ — Piirthtneia Sacra, cr the 
;./oU:.uMS Gardeji of the Sacred 
f'artheitis. Pciris, by John Coustik- 
ricT, 16'33. 8vo. 

^>rittt:u l\ au English CaihoUc. The 
ec2-a»iiig< ire i>eat, and the poetry above 
K».iiucTijv. Bindley, Pt. ii. No. I, 8414, 
UlUCd. Lloyd. 1/. 12a. White Knights 
^JCi, moT. 2/. 14s. Fonthill Library, 

A. J See Allek, J. 

— 5^e Andrews, John. 

— See AsKE, Ja. 

A . P. — Eubulus ; or, a Dialogue 
wherein a rugged Romish Ryme 
(inscrybed Catholicke Questions 
to the Protestant) is confuted, and 
the Questions thereof answered 
by P. A. Aberdene by Edward 
Raban, 1627. 4to. 

Attributed to Patrick Adamson. Inglis, 
Ko. 548, 1/. lUdd. 

A. R. See Allot, Robert. 
—7 iSee Arm IN, Robert. 
— See Ay LET, Robert. 
A. T.— The Masacre of Money, 
by T. A. London, 1602. 4to. 

In Yerte, probably written by Thomas 
Acheley. Roxburghff, 3342. 

A. T — History of the. Azores, or 
Western Islands. Lond. 1813, 4to. 

With maps and other engravings. De- 
dicated to the Earl of Moira, by T. A. Cap- 
tain of Liglit Dragoons, 7t. A miserable 

A. W ^eeAuERELi, Wm. 

AoAUziT, Firmin. Reflections 
on the Eucharist, on Idolatry, on 
the Mysteries of Religion, with 
Paraphrases and Explanations of 
sundry Parts of Scripture, &c. &c. ; 
translated from the French, by E. 
Harwood, D.D. Lond. 1770. 8vo. 

The author of this work, by profes- 
sion an A nan, was the correspondent and 
friend of Sir Isaac Newton. Another edition, 
entitled "Miscellanies," appeared in 1774, 
8vo. Abauzit likewise wrote ao Essay on 
the Apocalypse, which was ably answered 
by Dr. Twells. 



Abb ADiE, James. ViDdication 
of tbe Truth of the Christian Reli- 
gion, translated from the French, by 
H. Lussan. London, 1694-8. 8vo. 
2 vols. 

ork. Scv. 



tmulatcJ inio EriKliiti. I 

Abbayc of the Holy Ghost. 
See ALCi)CK,Ji>hn, Bishop of Ely. ' 
Abbot of evyll Prbfytes. The i 
Copy of the Co mmaun dement ge- I 
nerall bv the. London by me Peter 
Treverys. 4to. I 

Black lellcr. Four tcavei. 

Abbot, — , Jcsui prefigured, 
or a Poeme of the holy Name of 
Jesus. Perm issu Supetiorum,1623. 

Nutau, I3fl. 161. 

Abbot, Charles, D. D. Flora 
Bedfordiensis — arranged according; 
to the Svstem of Linnseus, with oc- 
casionHl Remarks. Bedford, 1798. 
Svo. pp. 370, with six plates,5s. 

Abbot, George, (successively 
Bishop of Litchfield and London, 
af^erwiirda Archbishop of Cantcr- 
bury.y QuKstiones sex, totidem 
Enelectionibiis in Schola Theolo- 
gica Oxonise, pro Forma habiiis, 
discussffi et disccptala; Anno 1597. 
OxoniK, 1598. 4to. pp, 224, and 
nn index, 7s. 6d. 

': rBepiiitted it Frankfbrt, ISIO, 4to. by 

— Exposition upon the Pro- 
phet Jonah.. Lond. by Richard 
Field, 1600. 410. 5s. 

DedicmWd ' To Thomai Baron of 
Buckhunt, IfOrd Trcwurer,' tJ38 pagei, 
Bepcinled in 1613. Abbal was one of llie 
prelalM (pptritited by Jamcj 1, to Iranslatc 
part of Hie Mew TcsUment into Engliili. 

— Treatise of the perpetual 
Visibilityand Succession of the true 
Church in all Ages. Lond. 1624. 

Wilh Abbot's anta Impaled nlth tbosc 
belonpng to the sec of Canterbury. Pub- 
liibed anonymouBly. 

— Briefe Description of the 
whole World. Lond. 1634. 12mo- 

Williafrontiildece, containing the «u. 
thor"! portrait, by W. Manball, 6s. N«s- 
Mu, pt.LNo. I. 10*. Ofthiavrork,vfbidi 


(coonHog (o AnL a Wood, wai commoaly 
called. ' Abliot'a Geography,' there have 
MmmanyeditJoni.vii. Ii90, 1600, 1603, 
1G08, 1GI3, 1617 (tbe ninth), 1620, 1SS4, 
ia34, 1635, 1S30, 164S, 16SS, 1664. 

Abbot. — The Life of Dr. 
George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of 
Canterbury. To which are added 
the Lives of his two Brothers, Dr. 
RobertAbbot, Lord Bishop of Salisi- 
bury; and §ii Morris Abbot, Knt. 
Lord MiyofitVfhe City of London. 
Guildford, 1797. 8vo. wilh four 

In (hia will be found an account of the 
hoapilslatGuitdford.founded byttili Arch- 
I bishop, with copies of the chatter and ila- 
tulea. Heath, 15HB, 9b. Sd. Nauau, Pt. 
i, 2, lOi. 

j Abbot, John. The natural His- 
tory of the rarer Lepidopternus In- 
sects of Georgia. — Edited by Sir 
J. E. Smith. M.D. London, 1797. 
folio. 3 vols. pp. 20i, with 104 
coloured plates. 

[ A lumptuous work, but in little eati- 
I maiion, aa the plates are not cooddered 
accurate. Edwards, No. 74^, moiocca, 
18f. 109. Saunders in 18IS, niorocca, UC 

— , Robert, Bishopof Salisbury. 
A Mirrour of Popish Subtillies. 
Lond. by Tho. Creede, 1.594. 4to. 
{ pp. 226, besides dedication, &c. 
■ 7s. 6d. 

This learned prelate, who wu coimdered 
e of the Arst palemical divines of the age, 
.enise publishedseTcral other conlroter- 

A, B, C, The, with the Pater- 
noster, Aue, Crede, and ten Cora- 
maundemcnttes in Englysbhe, new- 
ly translated and set forth at tbe 
Kyngcs most gracyous Comraaun- 
dement. London, by R. Lant. Svo. 

Block Letifr. Printed on one side, 
(0 be folded bo that the blank leavei may be 
palled together, and Ibrm one leaf of two, 
or four small leavn of the wbole sheet. 
Several otlicr edilionE are noticed in .\mcs' 
Typographical Antiquities. 

A, B, C, The Surfeit to. Lon- 
don, 1656. r2mo. 

ABDALtA. — Arrivall and Enter- 
tainements of the Embassador 
Alkaid Yaurar Ben Abdalla, with 
bis Associate Mr. Robert Blake, 


from Muley Hofaammed Sheque, 8vo. pp. viii. and 279, bcsicTes the 

Emperor of Morocco^ &c. Lon- tide and dedication to Dr. Mead. 

don, 1637. 4tO. The best edition of Abelird's letters. 

With A portnit of the ambatsador by Biihopof Ely, 41, 78. 6d. large paper. 

ODfcr. Sotheby's, in Dec 1822, 21. lis. Dniry, No. 1, nusia, 1/. 2$. WiUiams, 

Oordonstono, 129, 41. 18s. No. 1, morocco, 1/. 14s. 

Abdias. See Obadiah. _ l^^^fs written by AbelardV 

Abdollatiph. Abdollattphi a„d EioJsa, with a succinct Account 

Hutorne ^gypti Compendium, of their Lives and Misfortunes, by 

Arabicc et Latine. Oxon. 8vo. Jq^^^ Hughes, Esq. To which are 

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Microscope. The second Edition, 
with considerable Addilious and 
Improvenienb, by Frederick Kan- 
raacher, F.L.S. Lond. 1798,4to 
with 32 folio plates. 

An eiloeraed work. Earl of Kerry, IB I , 
1(. 15s. The former edition 1787, 4to. 
WiUett, flS, W. Ila. ed. 

— Lectures on nalural and ex- 
perimental Philosophy, with Addi- 
tions by Wm. Jones. London, 

1799. 8'vo, 5 vols. 

The former edition appeared in 1791. 
Willel, 3, If. 191. Bad or Kerry, n,»l.i*. 
Thii writer, who waa inaCrument maker to 
hia Majeaty, publiihed Mine other uaeful 
works, aeveral of which have been lately 
reprinted, wllh Additioiii by W. Jonn. 

Adams, J., LL.D. Reports of 
I Cases in the Ecclesiasticdl Courts. 
I London, l!)26.8vo. 2vols.2(. 10«. 
Adams, Rev. James. TfaePro- 
nunciatioQofthe English Language 
vindicated from imputed Annmaly 
and Caprice: ia two Parts, with an 
Appendix. Edinb. 1799. 8vo. pp. 
I 164, 5s. 

I Thii work, according to Park, conlaina 
' many ingcnioui remaika on languagci 
and dialecta, though the atyle of the writer 

' ia cliaracleriicd by much whinuicil eccen- 
tricity.' A fjrmer work entitled Eupho- 
nologia Lini^uffi Anglicans, appeared in 

I 1794, 8vo. sit. 

Adams, Joha, Index Viltaris: 
or, an exact Register, alphabetically 
digested, of all the Cities, 6ic. in 
England and Wales. The thiid 
Edition. London, 1700. folio, 
with a map, 12s. 

' Hia large map,' niyi Bithop Nicolaon, 
' withthecontiactioniofilafleTwarda, miut 
be acknowledged to be done with good paint, 
judgment, and exactneaa.' The former 
^tiona I6SD and 1890j Si. each, tutoc 
I-AFIK. Edwardi (Bi&tloii 16S0) Bt, mo- 


rtem, II. U. Heath (Editioii 1700) 4530, 
U. 111. 6d. 

Xdams, John. The renowned 
City of Lonilon ; surveyed and il- 
lostrated in a Latine Poem— tran- 
slated into English by W. F. of 
Gny*t Inn. London, 1677 ? 4to. 

Fourteen leare*. This poem, unno- 
ticed by Gough in his Anecdotes, Is re- 
printed in the tenth voiumeof the Harleian 

Adams, LL.D. John. History 
of the principal Republics in the 
World. A new Edition. London, 
1794. 8vo. 3 vols. 15s. 

The fonner edition of this work entitled 
' A Defcnce of the Constitution of the United 
Stales of America, appcar^'d in 8vo. 3 vols. 
1787-8. Adams Ukewise published * An 
Esay on Canon and Feudal Law,' 1762, 
Iva. (Ss.) and took an active part in mo- 
ddfii^ the oontCitution of the United States, 
of which he was vice-president under 



Adams, Rev. John. View of 
universal History, from the Crea- 
tioo to the present Time. London, 
1795. 8vo. 3 vols. 1*28. to 158. 

This writer puMished many other useful 
vwka, vsell cakuUted for the improvement 
sod entertainment of youth. 

Ada 31 s. Captain John. Sketches 
taken during two Voyages to Africa, 
between the Years 1786 and 1800; 
iacluding Observations on tho 
Country between Cape Palmas and 
the River Congo, &c. &c. &c. 
London, 1823. 8vo. pp.265. Pub- 
lished at 7s. 6d. 

A valuable little work. 

Adams, John Quinc^. Letters 
OD Silesia, written dunng a Tour 
through that Country in the Years 
1800, 1801. London, 1804. 8vo. 
pp. 400, with a map, 78. 

A work cootaining some interesdng in- 
ienaitioD, especially on the manu&ctures 
sf Silena. This writer has likewise pub- 
bbed a curious and interesting work on our 
aadent weights and measures, printed at 
Vsihiagioo, 1621. 

Adams, Joseph, M.D. Memoirs 
of the life and Doctrines of the 
Ute John Hooter. Loodon, 1816. 

^^0, 98. 

Tlii able phyridsn has likewise pub- 
lAed eine valai*k w«rki, particuUriy 

' Observations on Morbid Poi sons.' London, 
1807,4to. l/.ls. 

Adams, Robert. Expeditionis 
Hispanorum in Angliam vera De- 
scriptio, anno 1588. Roberto 
Adamo, Authore. 1589. 4to. 

Accompanied with eleven maps, ' Au- 
gustinus Ryther sculpsit.' The Queen's 
arms are on the last map. The^e maps will 
also be found in ' A IMsconrse concerning 
the Spanish Fleet in 1588, by Petricio 
Ubaldino.' 1589. Copies of both works 
are in the British Museum. 

Adams, Robert. TheNarrative 
of Robert Adams, a Sailor, who 
was wrecked iu the year 1810, on 
the Western Coast of Africa, was 
detained three years in Slavery by 
the Arabs of the Great Desert, and 
resided several mouths of that 
period in the City of Tornbuctoo: 
with a Map, Kotes, and an Appen- 
dix. London, 1816. 4to. 10s. 6d. 

A curious, marvellous, hot authentic 
narrative. The Notes by Mr. Dupuis, the 
Britiiih Vice-Consul at Mogadore, will, says 
the Quarteriy Review, be read with in- 
terest, and may be consulted with advantage. 
Dniry, 130. 12s. Fonthill Library, 3689. 
lU 10s. 

Adams, T. History of the an- 
tient Town of Shaftesbury, from 
the Founder, Alfred the Great. 
Sherborne, (1809) 12mo. 

Contains pp. 221, (B— Ee 5.) with title, 
a list of subscribers pp. 5, and portrait of 
Alfred the Great, by T. J. Woodman. 

Adams, Thomas. Commentary 
upon the second Epistle of Saint 
Peter. London, 1633. folio. 10s. to 

Workes, viz. The White 

Devil, the Fatal Banket, the Sin- 
ner's Passing Bell, &c. London, 
1629. folio. 10s. to 15s. 

Adams, William, M.A. Com- 
plete History of the Civil Wars in 
Scotland, 1644-6. Second Edi- 
tion, with considerable Additions. 
Edinb. 1724. 9s. 

The first edition, with a new title page. 

Adams, William, D. D. An 
Essay on Mr. Hume's Essay on 
Miracles. London, 1752. 8vo.28.6d. 

An admh^ble answer to Hume, reprinted 
1754. This able writer likewise published 
several volumes of Sermons, &c. 




A D A MS, William. Vitruvius Sco- 
ticus, a CollectioD of Plans, Eleva- 
tions, and Sections of Public Build- 
ings, &c, &c. in Scotland. Edin- 
burgh, folio, with 160 plates by 
Cooper. 63s. 

FonthiU, 1921, 6/. 

Adams, Sir William. A practi- 
cal Inquiry into the Causes of the 
frequent Failure of the Operations 
of Depression, and of the extraction 
of the Cataract, as usually perform- 
ed, &c. London, 1817. 8vo. 16s. 

A ^aliuble accession to the chinirgical 
library. This celebrated oculist has likewise 
published several other works on the same 

Adamson, Henry. The Muses 
Threnodie, or Mirthful Mournings 
on the Death of Mr. Gall, with a 
Description of Perth, and an Ac- 
count of Cowrie's Conspiracy. 
Edinburgh, 1638. 4to. 

Lloyd, 205, 6/. Ss. 6d. This work 
was reprinted at Perth, 1774, 8vo. 2 vols, 
with Notes, by James Cant, 9s. to 128. 

Adamson, John. The Muses* 
Welcome to King James VI. at his 
return to Scotland, anno 1617. 
Edinb. 1618. folio. 

With portrait. A copy is in the British 
Museum. AH the speeches afe re- 
printed in Nichols' Progresses of King 
James. Dowdcswell. G18, 2/, 55. Nassau, 
Ft. i.200, 2L 14s. Bindley, Pt. ii. 1055, 
6/. 2s. 6d. Sotheby's, in April, 1822, 5/, 5s. 
Constable. 202, 71, 

— The Traveller's Joy ; to which 
is added. The Arl^, a Poem. 1623. 

— Dioptra Gloriae Divinse; 
seu, Enarratio Psalmi xix, et in 
eundem Meditationes. Edinb. 1637. 

This writer likewise published 'Methodus 
Religionis Christians.' Edinb. 1C37. 8vo. 

Adamson, John. Memoirs of 
the Life and Writings of Luis de 
Camoens. Lond. 1820. crown 8vo. 
2 vols, with a portrait of Ignez de 
Castro, 1/. 4s. 

An elegant, amusing, and elaborate per- 
formance, fur which the author was elected 
an honorary member of the Royal Academy 
of Portugal. Large paper, it, 16s. 

Adamson, Patrick, Archbishop 
uf Saint Andrews, The Recantation 


of, also his Answere and Refu- 
tation of the Buke falslie called the 
King's Declaration. 1598. 8vo. 

AoAMsoN, Poemata sacra, et 
alia, Opera, Studio T. Voluseoi. 
Londini, 1619. 4to. 

Roxburghe, 2753, 7s. 6d. Gordonstoun, 
34, 10s. 6d. Bindley, pt. i, 526, 12s. 

This writer, who was one of the commia- 
sioners for settling the constitution of the 
Church of Scotland, likewise published ' De 
Sacro Pastoris Munere Tractatus,' Kond. 
1619, 8vo. ' Refutatio Libelli de Regimine 
Ecclesiae Scoticanae, Lond. 1620.' 6vo. and 
Sermons, 1623, 8to. 

— Catechismus,Edin.l5Sl. vide 

— Vita et Palinodia, 1620. tide 
Melvin, a. 

Adakson, Michael. Voyage to 
Senegal, the Isle of Goree, and the 
River Gambia. Translated from 
the French. London, 1759. 8vo. 

An interesting work, chiefly relating to 
conchology, reprinted in vol. xvi. of Pin- 
kerton's Collection of Voyages and Travels. 
FonthUl Library, 2851. 16s. 

A DDiNGTON, Stephen, D.D. A 
Dissertation on the religious know- 
ledge of the ancient Jews and Pa- 
triarchs; to which is added, a Spe- 
cimen of Greek and English Con- 
cordance. Lond. 1757. 4to. 3s.6d. 

This work, written by a dissenting mi- 
nister of considerable learning, contains, 
according to Orme, some sensible reasoning 
and biblical illustration. He likewise pub- 
lished ' The Life of St. Paul,' 1784, «s. 6d. 
and several other works. 

Addinoton, Sir William. An 
Abridgement of Penal Statutes. 
The fourth edition, with Additions. 
By Sir William Addington. To 
which is added a Continuation of 
the Statutes to the 5l8t. Geo. III. 
London, 1812. 4to. 2/. 23. 

The former editions of this work appeared 
1775. 1786.1795. 

Addison, Joseph. The Works, 
edited by Tickell. Lond. 1721, 4to. 
4 vols, with portrait and plates. 

Roxburghe, 6956, 2/. 4s. Marquis of 
Town«hcnd, 127, 3/. Large Paper, Willctt, 
6S, 4/, 

— The Works. Birmingham, 
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A beautiful and esteemed edition. Copies 
of this as well as the other works, printed 
by Baskerville, are seldom found free from 
stains. Roxburghe, 6960, 5^ ISs. 6d. 
WiUett, 69, 61. 12s. 6d. Heath, 1666, 
61.15s. Drury, 131, 7^ Marq. of Towns- 
bend. 129, morocco, 8^. 8s. Baker, 141, 
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Wilfiains, 105, morocco, by Derome, 
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Addison, Joseph. The Works. 
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to the volumes of Addison.' 

— The Miscellaneous Works in 
Verse and Prose, and Remarks 
on several parts of Italy, &c. in 
1701, 1702, 1703, with Life by 
Tickell. ]x>ndon, 1765. 8vo.4 vols, 
with portrait. 

Grave, No. 2, 2/. lOs. Roscoe, 1407, 
ZLW*. Frequently reprinted in ]2mo. 

— Evidences of the Christian 
Religion, with Notes, by G. Seig- 
neux de Correvon, translated by 
Pardy. London, 1807. 8vo. 78. 

This valuable posthumous treatise, much 
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\tttk frequently reprinted, and is inserted 
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oli^cal Tracts. 

— Dialogues upon the Useful- 
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in Relation to the Latin and Greek 
Poets. London, 1726. 12mo. 3s. 

Addisoniana. Lond. 1824. 12mo. 
2 vols. 10s. 6d. 

A collection of anecdotes and fiurts con- 
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Addison, D.D. Lancelot, West 
Barbanr ; a short Narrative of the 
Revolutions of Morocco and Fez, 
with their Customs, Oxf. 1671. 8vo. 

Reprinted in voL zv. of Pinkerton's 
CsOKdoo of Voyages and Travels. This 



learned divine the father of Joseph Ad- 
dison, likewise published a life of Mahomet, 
an account of the Jews, &c. which are held 
in some esrimation. 

Addition to the Sea Journall ; or 
Navigation of the Hollanders into 
Java, with a Vocabulary of Words 
used at St. Laurence. Imprinted 
by Wolfe, 1598. 4to. 

Black letter, with cuts. Jadis, 267. 3/. 19s. 

Addresses. — The genuine re- 
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— Rejected Addresses; or the 
New Theatrum Poetarum. Lond. 
1812. 12mo. 58. 

A jeu d'esprit, by Horace and James 
Smith, comprising a number of parodies on 
living poets, executed with great humour, 
discrimination, and good taste. It has been 
frequently reprinted. 

Addy, William. Stenographia, 
or the Art of Short Writing, com- 
pleted in a far more compendious 
method than any yet extant. Lon- 
don, 1695. 8vo. with portrait, by J. 
Sturt, 5s. 

More remarkable for the accuracy and 
elegance of its graphical execution, than for 
any considerable improvement in the art. 

Adlekfeld, Gustavus. Mili-r 
tary Memoirs of Charles XII. King 
of Sweden. London, 1740. 8vo. 
3 vols, with plans of the battles 
and sieges, 12s. 

Written with great fidelity by the p:en- 
tleraan of the bedchamber to Charles XII . 

Admiralty. — Laws, Ordinances, 
and Institutions of the Admiralty of 
Great Britain, Civil and Military. 
London, 1746, or 1767. 8vo. 2 
vols. 12s. 

— . Statutes relating to the 
Admiralty, Navy, and Ships of 
War, &c. Lond. 1768, 4to. 10s. 

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Admonition, A faithful, of a cer- 
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into the Germanes at such time as 
certain great Princes went about to 
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to restore the Papacy, the Kingdom 
of Antichrist, Now translated into 
English, with a Preface of M. Phi- 
lip Melancthon. Greenwich, 1554, 

At the end of this curious treatise, is 
* A Praier to be said of all true Christians 
against the Pope, and al the Enemies of 
Christ and hys Gospel/ which is reprinted 
in Morgan's Phoenix Britannicus, p. 95. 
Dr. Dibdin in his edition of Ames, mentions 
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Admonition to the Bfshoppes of 
Winchester, London, and others, 
&c. Roane by Michael Wood, 
1553. 16roo. 15 pp. 

Black letter. This treatise begins on the 
back of the title page. 

Admonition to the Parliannent. 
See Cartw RIGHT, Thomas. 

Admonition to the People of 
England. See Cooper, Thomas, 
Bishop of Lincoln. 

Adolphus, John. The British 
Cabinet ; containing Portraits of 
illustrious personages, engraved 
from Original Pictures ; with Bio- 
graphical Memoirs, by John Adol* 
phus. London, 1799-1800, 4to. 

In little estimation . Lloyd, 206,1^ 5s. 
Bindley, parti. 8s. Bishop of Ely, 
163, }L lOs. LARGE FAFER, in follo ; Rox- 
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-—The History of England, from 
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1817. 8vo. 3 vols. 1/. Is. 

The for.Tier editions appeared in 1802, 
1805. This work is intended as a con- 
tinuation of Hume and Smollett. 

— The Political State of the 
British Empire. London, 1818. 
8vo. 4 vols. 1 8s. 

This author, who is a barrister of consi- 
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published Biographical Memoirs of (he 
French Revolution, 1799, 8vo. 2 vols. 9s. 
and a History of France, 1790—1802, 
1803, 8vo. 2 vols. 9s. 

Adventurer, The, a periodical 
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and 8vo. 3 vols, and inserted in the various 
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Advocates, Catalo^^ue of the Li- 
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Ady, Thomas. A Candle in 
the Dark, or a Treatise concern- 
ing the Nature of Witches and 
Witchcraft. London, 1656, 4to. 

An excellent article on Witchcraft wiU 
be found in the -RetrospectiTe Review, voL 
V. 87—136. 

A DTK, Stephen Payne. A Trea- 
tise on Courts Martial; also an 
Essay on Military Punishments 
and Rewards. Eighth Edition. 
London, 1810. 12mo. 5s. 

The former editions of this treatise ap- 
peared 1769, 1785, 1801, 1805. 

^GiDius Columna. Tractatus 
solennis Fratris Egidij de Ordine 
Fratrum AugustinensiumdePecca- 
toOriginali. Oxoniee, mcccclxxix. 


A copy is in the Bodleian Library. 

.Alfred see Alfred. 

^LFRic, successively Bishop of 
Wilton and Archbishop of Can- 
terbury. A Saxon Treatise con- 
cerning the Old and New Testa- 
ments now first published in print 
with English of our Times, by 
William L'isle of Wilburgham. 
London, 1623. 4to. 10s. 6d. 

Contains A — V 3, with title and prefa- 
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Lord's Prayer, the Creed and Ten Com- 
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Tongue.' These articles were formerly 
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^LiAN US. Claudius. DeNatura 
Animalium Libri xvii. Gr. et Lat. 
curante Abr. Qronovio. Londini, 
1744. 4to. 

2 vols. — vol. 1, pp. 603. Vol. 2, pp. 
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ia JEfiaonni* 

£LiA)f ITS, Claudius. A Registre 
of Histories in English, by Abr. 
Fkming. LondoD, ibr Tbomas 
Woodcock, 1576. 4to. 

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— Various Histories* Iran- 
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1665. 8vo. 5s. 

This translation is by the son of the 
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— Tactics, or tbe Art of Em* 
bttteUiDg an Army, translated by 
John Bingham. London, 1616-31. 
folio, 2 vols. R Is. 

JEmeas Sylvias. Vide Picco- 


iEiriOMAS. Thesaurus iBnig- 
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most ingenious and diverting ^nig^ 
mas or Riddles, Lond. 1725. 8vo. 
4 parts in I vol. 

White KnighU, Pt. i. 15. 9s. 

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BTidden, LL.D. London, 1614. 
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OccaaioDed by the author's son, having 
Wa seduced by the Jesuits* 

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Vide Demosthenes. 

.ffisCHYLUS. Tragoediee, cum 

Scholiis Oreecis, Fragmentis Ver- 

sione et Comment. T. Stanleii. 

Londini, 1663, vel 4. folio. 

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Fifeshure, by R. Beatson, 4to. 1794 

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Galloway, by J.Webster, 4to. Edinb. 1794 

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Svo. 1808 

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Edinb. 1794, with an Appendix, Svo. 


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Svo. 1811 

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Svo. Edinb. 1802. 1814 

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4to. 1794 



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Perth, 1799 

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Renfrewshbre, bv John Wilson. 

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Roxburphe and Selkirk, by Robert 
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^ 1794 

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Sutherland, by J. Henderson, 8vo, 1815 
Selkirk, by Thomas Johnston, 4to. 1794 
Tweeddale, by Thomas Johnston, 4to. 

Orkney Islands, by John Shirreff, 8vo. 

Edinb. 1814 


Antrim, by the Rev. John Dubourdieu, 

8vo. 2 vols. Dublui, 1812 

Armagh, by Sir Charles Coote, Bart. 

8T0. ibid. 1804 

Cavan, by Sir Charles Coote, Bart. 8vo. 

ibid. 1802 
Cork, by the Rev. Horatio Townsend, 
8vo. ibid. 1810 

Clare, by Hely Dutton, 8vo. ibid. 1808 
Donegal, by James M'Pharlan, M. D., 
8vo. ibid. 1802 

Down, by the Rev. John Dubourdieu, 
8vo. ibid. 1802 

Dublin, by Lieutenant Joseph Archer, 
8vo. ibid. 1802 

— . Observations on Archer's Statisti- 
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Galloway, by the Rev. Sam. Smith, 8vo. 

London, 1810 
Kilkenny, by Wm. Tighe, 8vo. 

DubUn, 1802 
King's and Queen's Counties, by Sir 
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Kildare, by Tho. Jas. Rawson, 8vo. 

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Leitrlm, Mayo, and Sligo, by James 

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Londonderry, by the Rev Geo. Vaughan 

Sampson, 8vo. ibid. 1802 

Meath, by Robert Thompson, 8vo. ibid. 


Monaghan, by Sir Charles Coote, Bart. 

8vo, ibid. 1801 

Tyrone, by John M*Evoy, 8vo. ibid. 

Wexford, by Robert Frazer, 8vo. ib.1801 
Wicklow, by Robert Praser, 8 vo. ib.1801 

Aguippa, Henry Cornelius. Of 
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Alabaster, William. Lexicon 
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' ALB 23 

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Alberivs Trencurianus, Clau- 
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Black Letter. 15 leaves. Dedicated to 
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Alberoni, Julius, Cardinal. The 
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Alberti, Leon Battista. Delia 
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Fonthill, 877. 2/. Is. An edition 
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Albertus Magnus. Liber Ag- 
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Alberti Magni de VirtuUbus Her- 

24 ALB 

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Albine, called De Seres, John 
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421-44, edited by Bishop Blomfield. 

Alcedo, D. Ant. de. Geo- 
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Alc I ATus, Andrew. Emblemata. 
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Alcidalis and Zrlida, His- 
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Alcock, John. Successively 
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Christ. 4to. 1486. 

— Gallicantus ad Cofratres 
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' Unhouseld, disappointed, unanel'd,' 
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Alcorak. 5«6 Mahomet. 
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Frakcis, St. 


Aldini, John. An Account of 
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plates, 9s. 

In 1819 was published another work by 
this author, entitled ' General Views on the 
Application of Calvinism to Medical Pur- 
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Aldrich, Henry, D. D. Artis 
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Aldus. Vide Manutius, Al- 

Alector, the. Cock, 1590. See 
Aneau, Bart. 

Alkman, Mateo. The Life of 
Guzman d'Alfarache ; or, the Spa- 
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Roxburghe, 6347, 1/. 10^ Of this 
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Alemand, Louis Augustine. 


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— Diatriba de Anno et Mense 
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1 Alst£diub, John Henry. The 
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The Right Hon. Sir Philip Perceval K"t. 

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• ANG 

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Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, 
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ANKEsoit, James. I. e. Max- 
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An NET, Peter. The Free En- 
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Judging fi>r ourselves ; or, Free-think- 
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The History of Joseph considered, by 
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The Conception of Jesus considered, 1744. 

The Resurrection of Jesus considered, in 
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The Resurrection of Jesus demonstrated 
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The Sequel of the Resurrection of Jesus 
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Obserrations on the Life of St. PauL 

The History and Character of Paul exa- 

A Letter to Gilbert West, Esq. and to 
the Author of the Obsenrations on St. 
Paul's Conversion, 1748. 

Supematurals examined. 

Social Bliss considered, 1749. 

A Collection of the Tracts of a certain 
free Enquirer, noted by his sufferings for 
his opinions, 1766. 


Lectvies, 1768, witha portrsU of Aane^^ 
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Annual Biography and Obituary 
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A poem in five cantos. 

Apfiiorpe, East, D. D. Let- 
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Apuleius, Lucius. The xi 
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— Fable of Cupid and Psyche ; 
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ISS, 8*. 

Apulkivs, Lucius. The new 
Metamorphosis; being the Golden 
Ass, alter'd and improved to the 
modern time and manners. Written 
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translated from the Vatican MS. 
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— Another Edition. London, 
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Aqubpontami;s, Joannes. An- 
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Aquino, Charles de. Sacra 
Exequialia in Funere Jacoki II. 
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Ariosto, Lodovico. An Abrege- 
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Rhapsodies of the author's youthful 
Braine : and last, ane Schersing out 
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Meiter be Stewart of Baldyneis. 

For an account of this MS. see the 
Rettituta, vol. i. pp. 313 — 17. 

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<«■— IW Story of King Arthnr ; 

ART 71 

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I LAlaE PAPER. Midgtiey, 588, Si. it. 
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Arthur, Prince. An allegorical 
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Written by Alex. Bicknell. 

Art II us, Gotardus. Dialogues 
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Articles. — ^The Articles of our 
Fayth. The X Comaiindementes, 
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Impressum per me Richard um Pyn- 
8on. 4to. 

Black letter. 4 leaves. White Knights, 
pt i. S29, morocco, AL 48. 

Articles to be enquii-ed of in 
the Kynges Maiesties (Edward 
VI.) Visitacion. Rich. GraAon 
excud. (1547.) 4to. 


Black letter. 6 leatet. According to Dr. 
Dibdin there were two editions printed this 
year by Grafton. The latter has head titles 
to the several parts. In Strype's Eodet. 
Memor. ii. p. 48, &c. 

Articles to be enquiretl of in 
the Visitations to be had within the 
Diocese of Canterbury, in the se- 
cond year of the reign of Edward 
the Sixth. London^ by Richard 
Grafton, 1548. 4to. 

Black letter. Contains 86 artides on 
eight leaves. Reprinted in Sparrow's Col« 
lection of Articles, &c. 

Articles to be enquired of, in 
the Visitation of the Diocess of 
London, by Nicolas [Ridley] 
Bishop of London, in the fourth 
year of £dward the Sixth. Lond. 
by Reynold Wolfe, 1550. 4to. 

Black letter. Reprinted in Spairow's 
Collection of Articles, &c Dr. Dibdin 
notices * Articles of Visitation (Arch. Cimii- 
mer) in the Diocese of Norwich,' 1549, 4ta 

Articles to be enquired of, in the 
generall Visitation of Edmonde 
[Bonner] Bisshoppe of London, in the Ciue and Diocese of 
London. Londini in .£dibus Joan* 
nis Cawodi, 1554. 4to. 

Black letter. E 3, in fours. Reflectioiis 
on these articles were published by John 
Bale, and a translation, with many quaint 
and pertinent remarks in the maigin ap» 
peared under the following title, ' Nova In- 
quisitio Hsreticae Pravitatis in Regno An- 
gliae, scripta populari Lingua Gentis, et im- 
pressa Lundini; conversa antem in Lati- 
num Sermonem, ut omnes Fii inteUigant, 
quam salutaris ipsa sit, et quantum dpCne 
debeant, similem fieri in aliis etiam Bcgub 
Inquisitionem. Lipuas ; 1555.' 

Articles to be enquyred, m 
thordinary Visitacion of the Lorde 
Cardinall Pooles Grace Archeby- 
shop of Caunterbury wythin hyt 
Dioces of Canterbury. In the yeare 
of our Lorde God. m.v.cJvL 4to. 

Black letter. Four leaves. Accorffii^ 
to Herbert only some of these attidct an 
mentioned by Collier, more by Strypc^ 
though not in the same words. Together 
they will not make up the complete number 
of 21 touching the dergy, and S3 reladu^ 
to the laity. 

Articles to be enquired in the 
Visitation in the first Yere of the 
Raigne of £lizabeth| Sec. Load. 

bj Ridiaid 
mod, 1559. 

nCfnilt0Q IB 

Aae^s Typof. 
■tny cditSou 
1M7 to IMO^ 


Jugpipe and John Ca* 
4to. 78. 

Contains B 3, in foon. 
Spiff ow'i Collection of Arti- 



and Dr. Dibdin't editions of 
Antiqiuties will be found 

of Visitation articles from 
likewise many of a much 

In the Brituh Museum* 

agreed upon by the 
BMiopa and other learned and 
godly Men in the last Convocation 
at Londoo in 1552. To root out 
the Discord of Opinions and esta- 
biiih the Ag^reement of true Reli- 
gion. Published by the KiDg;8 
Majesties Aotbority 1553. Lond. 
by John Day, ,1553. 4to. 

Rcprimod in 'Sparrow's Collection of 
Aiiicka» ftc and in Burnet's History of 
tW RefMrmation. These 4S Articles pub- 
Ibbed by the authority of K. Edward VI. 
woe fcpcsled by Q. Mary soon after her 
ifrisilaii Another edition, Rich.^Grafton, 
and. 156S, dto. Black letter. 

Articles of Religion. A Declara- 
tioQ of certain principal Articles of 
Religion^ set out by the Order of 
both Archbishops, Metropolitans, 
lid the rest of the Bishops, for the 
tJiiity of Doctrine to be taught 
ind holden of all Persons, &c. 
London, by R. Jugge, 1561. 

Sm Bishop Burnet's History of the Re- 
ftmtiiaOf pc* iL Records, p. 336. 

Articles whereupon it was agreed 
bj the Archbishoppes and Bish- 
opMs in the Conuocation holden 
tt Loudon, 1562, for the Auoiding 
of (he Dioersities of Opinions, and 
for the Stablishyng of Consent 
touching true Religion. Put forth 
bf the Queenes Aucthoritie. Lond. 
l^ R. Jugge and J. Cawood, 1571. 

Bkck letter. Contains D 2, in fours. 
J«R printed other editions, with and 
dates, and John Daye also printed 
hi 1571. 4to. 

— - Another edition. London, 
b? Christ. Barker, 1579. 4to. 7s. 

Black letter. From this edition all 
■hssfoent ones hare been printed. 

— Another edition. Reprinted by 
bb Majesties Cemmandment, with 

his Royal Declaration prefixed 
thereunto. London, 1630, 4to. 

This edition is reprinted in Sparrow's 
Collection of Articles, frc. 

Articles.-.The XXXIX Articles 
of the Church of England, illus- 
trated by copious Extracts from the 
Liturgy, Homilies, &c. and con- 
firmed by numerous Passages of 
Scripture. By the Rev. William 
Wilson, B. D. Lond. 1821. 8vo. 

— The Religion of the Refor- 
mation as exhibited in the thirty- 
nine Articles of the Church of 
England. 1826. 12mo. 7s. 

— of Religion agreed vpon in 
the Conuocation holden at Dvblin 
in 1615. London, 1628. 4to. 

A copy is in the British Museum. 

Articuli de quibus in Synodo 
Londinensi m.d.lii. ad tollendam 
Opinionum Dissentionem, et Con- 
sensum verae Religionis forman- 
dum inter Episcopos et alios eru- 
ditos Viros convenerat, Regia Au- 
thcyitate in Lucem editi. Londini, 
apud Reginaldum Wolfium, 1553, 

Reprinted in Bishop Sparrow's Collection 
of Articles, &c. 

— Ibid. Lond. apud Reg. Wol- 
fium. 1563. 4to. 

Printed, according to Dr. Dibdin, in 
8vo. the same year, with the first clause of 
the 20th article. 

— Ibid. Londini, apud Johan- 
nem Dayum, 1571. 4to. 

Consisting of 12 leares. Reprinted in 
Sparrow's Collection of Articles, &c. There 
were several other editions printed about 
this time. 

Articuli per Archiepiscopum, 
Episcopos, et reliquum Olerum 
CantuariensisProuincicB, in Synodo 
inchoata Londini, 24to. Mensis 
Nouembris, Anno Domini, 1584, 
Regniq ; serenissimae in Christo 
Principis, DomincB Elizabethee, 
27mo stabiliti, et Regia Auctoritate 
approbati et confirmati. Londini, in 
iEdibus C. B. (Chr. Barker, 1584.) 
4to. 7s. 

Reprinted in Bishop Spanow's CoUec- 



tion of Articles, &c Another edition was 
published by Abel Jefies without date. 

Articuli Cbristiance Fidei quam 
Ecclesiaprofitetur AngUcana,Versu 
(quoad ejus fieri potuit) expressi 
facillimo, a Joanne Glanvillo. Oxon. 
1613. 4to. 

Consisting of six sheets. 

Articuli ad Narrationes novas 
pertin. format!. Londini, apud 
Pynson(1525) 16mo. lOs. 6d. 

Black letter. A commentary and some 
rules upon the count declarations, &c. con- 
tained in the 'Novs Narrationes.' lie- 
printed frequently prior to 1550. 

Artis. Edmund Tyrrell. Ante- 
diluvian Phytology, illustrated by 
the Fossil Remains of Plants pecu- 
liar to Coal Formations. London, 
1825. royal 4to. published at 
21. 10s. 

Artist, The, a Series of Essays 
relative to Painting, Poetry, Sculp- 
ture, Architecture, the Drama, 
Discoveries of Seamen, and various 
other subjects. London, 1809-10. 
4to. 2 vols. 12s. to 15s. 

Edited by Prince Hoarc. 

Artopjeus, Peter. The Diuisyon 
of the Places of the Lawe and of 
the Gospell, gathered out of the 
hooly Scriptures, by Petrum Arto- 
pGoum. Whereunto is added two 
Orations of Praying to God made 
by S. John Chrysostome, trans- 
lated into English. Imprinted by 
my waiter Lynne. 16mo. 

Black letter. Dr. Dibdin notices an 
edition of the year 1548, without the two 
orations of S. John Chrysostom. 

Arts. The Handmaid to the 
Arts. London, 1764. 8vo. 2 vols. 

A useful book. The former edition of 
175^. 8 vo. 2 vols. 12s. Reprinted * with 
considerable additions and improvements,' 
1706. 12mo. 2 vols. 9s. 

— Transactions of the Society 
instituted at London for the En- 
courageinentof Arts, Manufactures, 
and Commerce. From the com- 
mencement in 1783, to the year 
1827, inclusive. London, 8vo. 44 
vols, with plates. 

Willett, 2257, (vols. 1 to 27,) 11/. lis. 
1783^1309. Dent, pt. IL 811, (42 vols.) 


\0L Sotheby's in 1825, (1783^1823 40 
vols. 5/. 10s. 

Arunuell, Rev. F. V. J. A 
Visit to the Seven Churches in Asia, 
with an Excursion into Pisidia. 
London, 1828. 8 vo. 

AiiuNDEL and Surrey, Ala* 
thca Talbot, Countess of. Nature 
unbowelled ; her choicest secrets 
digested into receipts, whereunto 
are annexed many rare and hitherto 
unimparted inventions. London, 
1665. 8vo. with portr. by Hollar, 

Arusxens, Philip, Bishop of. 
See Pestilence. 

Arvieux, Laurent, Chev. d*. 
Travels in Arabia the Desart ; done 
into English by an eminent hand. 
London, 1718. 8vo. with plates. 

Willett, 47, 6s. 6d. 

A R w A K E R, Edmund. See 
Hugo, Herm. 

Ascanius, or the young Adven* 
turer; a true history. London, 
1746. 12mo. 5s. 

Bindley, pti. CO, 8s. Dent, pt.i.96, 
1/. Reprinted 1769, &c. 

Ascanius Modeme, ou Tillustre 
Avanturier. Edinbourg, 1763. 
r2mo. 2 pties. avec figures, 68. to 

A romantic account of the adventures of 
the Pretender. 

Ascensius Deciynsons, with the 
playne Expositor. Without place, 
printer's name, or date. 4to. 

Black letter. Contains D, in sizes. Mr. 
Heber possesses a copy of this granunatied 
treatise, which Dr. Dibdin suspects was 
printed abroad. 

As CHAM, Anthony. A little 
Herball of the Properties of Hcrbes, 
newly amended and corrected, wyth 
certayn additions. M.D.L. Lon- 
don, by Jhon Kynge. 16mo. 

Black letter. Contains K 7, in eights. 
Whit.' Knights, 252, 10s. 6d. Dr. Dibdin 
noticcsan edition of ihe date of 1 550, printed 
by W. Powell. Powell's JSdition, White 
Knights, 251,19s. 

— A lytel Treaty se of Astrono* 
my. M.D.LLi. By Anthony As- 
kam. London, by Wylliam PoweL 

Black letter. FoL zzi. withataUe of 


oia*fuee*. MaimHD,iDhi>ot>l<igiie,pt.ii. 
p. 1, Doticn u edidoa of the due of 1530. 
AKbun likcwiie pubUibcd Kver»l other 
iMnmoimcsl tncti. 

AscuAM, Anthony. Of the 
Confiuions and Revolutions of 
GOTemment. Second edition, with 
idditions. London, 1649. Svo. 5s. 

HotOt. 43, Si. 6il. The b«>t edition, 
(Mtriiuos nine dupten more than In thai 
rf 1H8. A ccnniK of Ihit work by Biihop 
Indtnon, ■ppcmd in 1049. Svo'. 3i. 
nil ttpuUkan wu unuinate d in Spain 
bj lii nOrd royUiiti, in 1650. of which 
a account waa publiihed IGSI. 4to. re- 
phitod in the Ibnrth laiuma of (he Hirleian 

— Roger.. English Works, with 
notes and observations, and the 
ulhor's life. By James Bennel. 
LoDdon(1761)4to. lOs. 6d. 

The tile of Aacham, and the dedication 
tt the Earl of Sbaltibury were, according 
n B«weU, written by Dr. Sara. Jobnion. 
Badler, pL i. 13S, nuua, 17t. Home 
Teohr, tS, ITi. «d. Dent, pL i. 300, mo- 
tacBSlt 4t. 

— English Works, London, 
1315. 8to. 

BindtCT, pt. i. 13, 14>. Drary, 260, 
■anno,!!. 13). 

— Apologia pro Ceena Domi- 
Dica contra Miaaam et eius Presti- 
fpH : &c. Ix>ndini, ex Typog. H. 
Middletoni, 1577. Svo. 

Coated pp. !06, bnidei dedicaUon to 
Ac EatI of Lcicciter, tome heiametcn, 
nj n epatle to the reader. Boawell, 
IM, Ti. <d. Reprinted UST. 

— Epistolaram Libri tres, &c. 
Hk accesserunt pauca qutedaro 
nudetn R.A. Poemata. ItemOra- 
«dM Dictionis Elegantia. Lon- 
dini in Officina H. Middletoni, 
1378. Svo. 103.6d. 

Dedicated to Q. Eliiabeth. Reprinted 

— Ibid, edidit Elstob. Oxon. 
1703, Svo, with a frontispiece by M. 
Bargbert, containing ten English 
portraits, and the author reading 
a letter to Q. Elizabeth, 

The bed edition of the letten, though 
"ttoBt A*rt\tin't poema. 
>t mj T^B^le for style i 



cham'i proae bai little elegance. GoMett, 
198, 7: Od. Bindley, pt. L 14, Ta. Od. 
Williami, 8»o. mor, IJ. 7«. 'ladOE fapeh, 
Healh, 42S4, 18s. fid. Dent, pt. t ST, 
mor. !L Ii. WilUami, S9, mor. 21. ISt. 

Abciiam, Rofter. The Rchole- 
raaster. An. 1570. London, by 
John Daye, 1570. 4lo. I8«. 

Blacli letter. Contains CS leai«, be- 
lidei the dedication to Sir W. Cecil, Knt., 
and a preface by the author. Reprinted 
1571, 1ST3, 1579, 1589. 

— The Schoolmaster, with notes 
and additions by James Upton. 
London, 1711, 8vo. 

Home Tooke, 27, St. M. larCb fa- 
PER, ffindley, pt. i. 11, »■. Sd. Wllliatna, 

89, morocco, If. Si. An edition 1743. 
flouelt, 19S, 12;. Bindley, pt. 1.12, 
' A book,' uy> Dr. Campbell, ' that will be 
(Inay) uieful, and evertaelingty eiteemed 
on account of the good tense, Judicioua 
obsertBlions, cicellent characlen of ancient 
aulhora, and many pieaaant and prolICable 
ipauagei of English history, which are 
plentirulty iprinklcd therein.' 

— A Report and Discourse of 
the affaires and state of Germany, 
and the Emperor Charles his Court, 
duryng certaine yeares (1.550 — 2), 
while the said Roger was there. 
1552, London, by John Daye. 
4to. 8s. 

Black letter. Contains 3« leases. Thii 
account ii suted by Dr. Campbell to be 
one of the moat delicate pieces of history 
that erer wai penned in our language, 

capable of shining in the cabinet ai in the 
closet. Thtre are two other editions, one 
I5TD, the other without date. 

— ToxophiluB, the Schole of 
Schootinge, conteyned in two 
Bootes. Londini, in JEdibus Ed. 
Whytuhurch. 1545. 4to. 

Black letwr. Contains Y in four*, be- 
side* eight leaves of intioductor? matter. 
First edition, dedicated to K. Henry VIU. 
The rarest and moil valuable in a pecu- 
niary point of view of all Ascham's publica- 
tions. An e»rellent arlide on Toiophilus 
will be found in the Retroip. Reriew, Iv. 
78_S7. Reprinted 1571 and 1589. Edi- 
tion 154S, Terry, pi. i. 198, 1'. 13». Ha- 
worlh, 73S,ni«ia, U.16s. Edition 1571. 
Gordonstoun, 73, 2'. 28. Edition 1J89. 
Steevcns, 1505, 21. IDs. Bindley, pL i. 139, 
II. Is. Sir M. M. Bykes, 293, 9i. Bot- 
burghe, 1710, a(. Ji. 

76 ASH 

AaciiAU, Ro^. Toxopliilui. 
To which isadd^.a Dcdicadonind 
Preface by ihe Rev. John Walurs. 
Wrexham, 1786. 12iiio. 5a. 

A Dftrly vertaiim reprint of tbt finl 
edition, wilh ■ Eitrnni fraoi Dookt lubae- 
quent to the date of Toiophiliu.' 

AsoiLL, John. An Argument, 
proving, that according to (he Co~ 
venant of eternal Life, revealed in 
the Scripturea, Man may be trans- 
lated from hence into that eternal 
Li fe.without passing through Death. 
Dublin, 1698. 8vo. 

For Ihli remirkjible iKaltte upon the 
pouibllil; of Kvoiding dealb, Aigillwaiei- 
pell(d from tbe puiiainifnti of Ireland and 
England. He likewiie publithrd terenl 
other worki, cUffly on polilicil conlroretiy, 
(brmerlj in omsiderabLe rrputc- 

Afiii, John, LL.D. A new and 
complete Dictionary of the English 
Language. To nhich ii prefixed, 
a comprehensive Grammar. Ix)n> 
don, 1 775, or 1795. 8vo. 2 vols. 1 8s. 

Thli dictionary, thaugh of no itindard 
antlioritf, li ukKiI, u contuninf; obiolete, 
prorlncial, and (ant word* and [ihraac), be- 
nda a mnllilude of techniial icrmi. Ed- 
wardi, 9, rutsia, tl. Si. 

AsiiE, Thunas. Fasciculus 
Floram ; or a Handful of Flowers 
gathered out of Sir Edw. Coke, 
London, 1618. 12mo. 4s. 

Thli compiler likewiie publiihed leTenl 
lablu to (he Year Bookt, Lord Coka'a uid 
Djer'a Rrporli, ftc. 

— Travels in America, in the 
year 1806, for the purpose of ex- 
ploring the Riven of Allegtianny, 
Honoi^hela, Ohio, and the Mis- 
sissippi, and ascertaining the Pro- 
duce and Condition of their Banks 
and Vicinity. Lond. 1808. 12mo. 
3 vols. 9b. 

Acmrdinfi (o the Quarterly Betiew, Aihe 
' bu (pailed a good booli by engraAing 
incredible iloriei on authentic Cicti.' 

— Commercial View and Geo- 
graphical Sketch of the Brazils in 
South America, and of tlic Island 
of Madeira. London, 1812. 8vo.5b. I 

Aihe travelled on the coDlinent of Ame- | 
ilea leveral yean. I 

AiULET, Robert Almansor I 
tbe learned imd rictorioua King | 


I that conqveicd Spaio, hi* Lifo and 
I Death. London, 1627. 4to. 9b. 

I A trandation tmn a Spaiuib copy, pfiat- 
I ed at Saragoia 1M3. Bindley, pL i. 14f, 

10>.Sd. Nauau. pL i. 194, I3i. Aihfey 
. >lu piibliibed an Aecoimtof Cochin China. 

teBtaai, Cbr. 
I AsiiuoLfc, Elias. FaKicalm 

Chemicus: Chymical Collcctioiu 

evpreKsmg the Ingrow, Progreas 
' and Egress of the secret Hermetic 
I Science out of tbe choicest and 
! most famous Authors, by Jamea 
' Hasoile [i. t. Elias Ashmofe.] Lou- 
I don, 1650. 12mo.withafrant.coB- 
j tainingAshmole'sportrait,in>cribed 
Mercuriophilus Angllcus.' 5b. 

Treflied are prolegomena, acciirdbig la 
(krc'd witb " '" 

Wood, ' 


— Theatrum Chcmicum Britaa- 
nicum, containing seretal poetical 
Pieces of our fatnqus PhiloBopheti 
. who have written the Henn^qne 
I Mysteries in their owne ancient 
I Language. London, 1652. 4{o. 

Contalni pp. i 1 0, with plate* piiated an 
tin letter-pren, irilh the exeeplian of ana 
at p. 117, frequently noting. Roacoo, 

' H3T, If. 3l Inglii, lU, mar. 11. 8a. 

I N'auau, pt. i. IBS, riuaia, 1/. lOt. NoRh, 
pt. iiL TBI, mor. 11. ISi. Gordooatomi, 
ei, U It*. Bindley, pt. i. 141, monEeo, 
31- la*. Sd. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 4, Sf. I«a. 
Thii wott gained Adimole groat repu- 
tation, and WM the meaui of extending Ui 
acquaintance in ihe literary world. To 
•ome copiei aporlfail[a buatb; Failbankc) 

' — The Way to Bliss, in thres 
Books. London, 1658. 4to. 4b. 

An attempt to prove the pODltdlityof 
I lurh a thing a* the philoaopher'a atone. 
I AcRirding to Ant. i Wood, ' p;n'd by an 
' unknown author liring In the rrign oT Qu. 

I — The Institution, Laws, and 
Ceremonies of the most noble Or- 
derof the Garter. Lond. 1672. folio. 

Cimlaini A to 4 U, in four*, wilh ttlk 
and imprimatur, 1 leavri ; Appendix, a to 

j c c, two leave* each, c c 1, containing the 
emta : portrait of K. Charie* 11. by Sbei- 

I Kin, and 30 plate* moitly engraved by Hol- 
lar, pp.JI,8G, »4, 131, 133, 1S4, 117, 
139, 140, 14!, 141, 146, 147, SM, MS, 
!!4,li9, 234, !3S, 117, 404, SIS, i7<, 
593, 043, 708-P, 710-11, 711-13, 714-1$, 
710-17. A labonoui and higUy walaiik 
work, dnwn up with great per^katty sod 


A oopioat aoaljas will be finud in 
OUji'Sridgh LIbnriui, 119—26. Uoyd, 
tU, 4L Its. Marq. of Townsbend, 205, 
5Ll5^6d. T>owdesweU, 135, rnnia, 6L 
Tainwley,pL n. 148, 61. 5s. Heatb, 1617, 
1L WiDett, 144, 71. 14s. 6d. Bindley, 
pc L 160,81. 18s. 6d. large papf.r. Font- 
UD, 3677, 191. Dent, pt i. 164, morocco, 
21i. NasHB, pC. i. 209, 24/. 3s. Sir M. 
M.Sjkcs,S19.iBor.25(. 14s. 6d. Edwards, 
SS7. asor. 421. 

Sone copies have a reprinted title of tbe 
dite af 1093, with the catalogue of knigbts- 
cmpaBMBs coQtinued to that time. 

Am abridgemeBt, with a continuation of 
the list of the Kn^ts, &c was published 
fwid o B, 1715. 8to. pp. 565, with a portrait 
tf Ocarga August Prince of Wales, to whom 
ii ii defeated, and plates, 7s. 6d. large 
PsriR, 12s. Willett, 48, 2/. 5s. 

— Antiquities of Berkshire, 
with a large Appendix, dkc. Lon- 
dofl, 1719 or 1723. 8vo. 3 vols. 

Vol. i. pp. cxzTiii. and 194, also a por- 
tnit sT Ashmole, by If. Vdr. Gucht, and a 
Aset Bwp, rontaining a view of Windsor 
Code, by W. Hollar. Vol. n. pp. 195— 
SM, with errata, 2 pages. Vol. iii. pp. 428, 
vitk two plates, pp. 210 and 331. This 
wee work by no means supplies tbe place 
flf aa histoiy 6r that county ; as it contains 
Btdenavv dwn epitaphs and some pedi- 
grees. White Knights, pt. i. 249, morocco, 
ML Is. Od. Heath, 4692, 5(. 5s. Towne- 
ky, pt it 25, 62. 6s. Sir P. Thompson, 
M, 6L 12s. 6d. WiUett, 49, 11/. lis. 
uioB PAPER. Nassau, pt i. 70, 10/. 5s. 
DBit,pti. 99, 21/. 

— History and Antiquities of 
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rsatiiiii pp. 17 — 340, and index, 2 pages, 
W ai u the iife, consisting of 8 pages, and a 
■^by H. MalL I>ent, pt i. 165, 81. 5s. 
^hs^afTowDshcnd, 204, 3/. 16s. Nassau, 
it L Ii, rassia, 5/. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt i. 
'IS, 61 8s. Cd. 

— - Memoirs of the Life of Elias 
Ashmole, Esq. drawn up by him- 
self by Way of Diary: with an 
Appendix of original Letters. Lon- 
don, 1717. small 8vo. 3s. 6d. to 

Beprinted 1774. See Buemam, Charles. 

AsHMoaE, John. Certain se- 
lected Odes of Horace englished, 
tad their Arguments annexed ; 
vith Poems, ancient and modem, 
of dirers Subiects, translated, 
^erenntoare added, both in Latin 
and £i^;lisli, sundry new Epigram- 



mes, Anagrammes, Epitaphes. 
London, 1621. 4to. 

Contains pp. 102. Nassau, pt. L 196, 
mor. I/. 10s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 890, 4/. 4s. 

Ash WELL, John. The Letters 
whyche Johan Ash well Priour of 
Newnham Abbey besydes Bedforde, 
sente secretly to the Byshope of 
Lyncolne, M.D.xxvii. Wherein 
tbe sayde Pryour accuseth George 
Joye, that Tyme beyng Felow of 
Peter College in Cambrydge, of 
fbwer Opinions : with the Answere 
of the sayde George unto the same 
Opinyons. (At (he end.) At 
Straszburge 10 Daye of June. 
If Thys lytell Boke be delyuered to 
Johan Ashwel, Priour of Newnha 
Abbey, besydes Bedford, with 
Spede. 16mo. 

Black letter. Contains D 4, in eights. 
Sotheby's in 1825. 2/. 4s. . A notice of this 
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Ayhes, Philip. Emblems of 
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K. William the Conqueror vntill 
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Aytoun, Sir Robert. Basia' 
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tive of the extraordinary Cure per- 


formed by Prince Alexander Ho- 
henlohe on Miss Barbara 0*Con- 
nor, a Nun, in the Convent of New 
Hall, near Chelmsford ; with a full 
Refutation of the numerous falte 
Reports and Misrepresentations. 
Third Edition. London, 1823. 

Baert, — . Tableau de la 
Grande Bretagne et de Tlrlande. 
Paris, 1801. Svo. 4 vols. lOs. 6d. 

An edition, 1796, Earl of Keny, 8S, 

11. 58. 

Bag LEY, George. Guide to 
the Tongues ancient and modem, 
being short and comprehentiTe 
Grammars of the English, French, 
Italian, Spanish, German, Latin, 
Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Chaldaic 
and Syriac Languages, each at one 
view. Second edition. Shrewi* 
bury, 1800. folio. 12s. 

Bagnal's Ghost. See Qaytok, 

Bagot, Lewis, successively 
Bishop of Bristol, Norwich, and St. 
Asaph. Twelve Discourses on the 
Prophecies, concerning the first Es- 
tablishment and subsequent His* 
tory of Christianity, preached at the 
Warburtonian Lecture, in Lincolns 
Inn. Oxford, 1780. Svo, 8s. 

B.iGsiiAw, William. De Spiri- 
tualibus Pecci, or Notes concerning 
the Work of God, and some that 
have been Workers together with 
God, in the High Peak of Derby 
shire. London, 1702. 12mo. 

A curious work, partly of a biogra^iiciil 
kind, written by a nonconformist niinitter. 

Bagwell, William. The Mer- 
chant distressed, his Observations 
when he was a Prisoner for Debt in 
London in 1637. Lond. 1644. 4to. 

Bindley, pt. iv. 1080, 12s. Inglia, 134, 
with port, of Bagwell inserted, 2/. 1 It. In 
the British Museum will be found ' The 
distressed Merchant, and the Priaoner'a 
Comfort in Distresse/ London, 1645, 4ta 
likewise another tract relating to BagircU, 
entitled * A full Discovery of a foul Con- 
cealment,' 1652, folio. 

— Wits Extraction, conveyed to 
the Ingenious in Riddles, Observa- 
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Truth's flenrant. London, 1664. 


A curiovs work, with a portrait * ^t 
U, 1659 ;' at the back of which u printed 
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gmrcd by J. Chantry. Nassau, pt. i. 91, 
II. Nasan, pt. iL 1470, (front, wanting, 
hot port, of Bagwell uiserted,^ 2/. 98. 
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bodi the Globes ; and the Mystery of Astro- 
nomy, 1655, 8vo. with frontispiece by 
Gaywood. Towneley, pt i. 288, 6s. 6d. 

Babar-Danush. See Scott, 

Bailey, Rev. — . History of 
Newcastle upon Tyne,and its Vici- 
nity. Newc. upon Tyne, 1801. 
8vo. pp. 612, with 5 plates. 

PttbGdied anmiyniously, by subscription. 

— James. M.A. Hieroglyphi- 
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1816. 8vo. 3s. 

— Nath. Etymological English 
Dictionary. London, 1737. Svo. 
2to18. 15s. 

8to. edition, containing many words 
in the folio editions. Edition, 1726, 
•«o.2w)la. Bindley, pt.i. 311, 148.6d. 

— Another edition, by Jos. 
Nicol Scott. London, 1764* folio. 

Best edition of this yaluable work, for- 
■eriy ha the greatest repute. Dent, pt. i. 
118,rassia, 4/. An edition, 1736, Roscoe, 
146, U f s. 

— Walter, M. D. Discours of 
cntiin Bathes or Medicinall Wa- 
ten in the Countie of Warwicke, 
^"ffxt mto a Village called Newn- 
lam Regis, 1587. 16mo. 

A etfj of this rare work, with several 
f<Wn«rhten by Bailey, who was physi- 
os to Q. EUxabeth. will be found in the 
Biidih Mnseum. 

— William. Advancement of 
Alts, Manufactures, and Com- 
Bwree ; or Descriptions of the use- 
M Machines and Models contain- 
ed in the Repository of the Society 
kt the Encouragement of Arts, 
Manufactures, and Commerce. 
London, 1772—9. royal 4to. 2 
n>ls. with 105 plates, in folio. 

Baillie, Joanna. Series of 
Playi to delineate the stronger Pas- 
Mms of the Mind, 3 vols., and 



Miscellaneous Plays, 1 vol. Lon- 
don, 1798, 1802, 1812, 1804, 8 vo. 
4 vols. 1/. 10s. 

Drury, 310, russia, 21, 

Baillie, John. Sixty Tables 
elucidatory of the first part of a 
Course of Lectures on the Gram- 
mar of the Arabic Language. Cal- 
cutta, 1801. folio, 1/. Is. 

— Five Books upon Gram- 
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MSS. Calcutta, 1802-3. 4to. 
1/. Is. 

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— Digest of Mahummedan 
Law, according to the Tenets 
of the twelve Imams, compiled 
under the Superintendence of Sir 
W. Jones. Calcutta, 1805. 4to. 
4 vols. 102. 10s. 

A highly valuable work. 

— Marianne. Sketch of the 
Manners and Customs of Portugal 
and Lisbon, made during a Resi- 
dence in 1821,2,3. London, 
1825. 12mo. 2 vols. 15s. 

A very faithful and agreeable book. 

— Matthew, M. D. Works, 
to which is prefixed an Account 
of his Life by James Wardrop. 
London, 1825. 8vo. 2 vols. 1/. 5s. 

The fifth edition of this celebrated phy- 
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published 1818, 8vo. lOs. 6d., and the 
second edition of a series of Engravings, 
intended to illustrate the Morbid Anatomy, 
1812, 4to. atS/. 8s. 

— Robert. Letters and Jour- 
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to 1 662 : with an account of the 
Author's Life, and a Glossary. 
Edinh. 1775. 8vo. 2 vols. 12s. 

A valuable work, published at the re- 
commendation of Dr. Robertson and David 
Hume. Rozburghe, 7845, 19s. 

Bailly, M. Letters upon the 
Atlantis of Plato, and the Ancient 
History of Asia: intended aa a 

96 BAK 

Continuation of Letters upon the 
Origin of the Sciences* addressed 
to M. de Voltaire. London, 1801. 
2 vols. 8vo. 14s. 

Baii.y, Francis. Doctrine of 
Interest and Annuities, and of Life 
Annuities and Assurances, with an 
Appendix. Ix)ndon, 1809, 10, 
13. 8vo. 2vols. 

Copies of ihis valuable work have brought 
3/. 3s. 

— Epitome of Universal His- 
tory, Ancient and Modern. Lon- 
don, 1813. 8vo. 2 vols. 1/. Is. 

Baily. See Bayly. 

Bainbridge, G. C. Fly- 
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8vo. 15s. 

Twelve copies, coloured with great care, 
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— John. Canicularia, una cum 
Demonstratione Ol-tus Sirii heliaci, 
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Quibus accesserunt insignioruro 
aliquot Stellarum Longitudines et 
Latitudines,ex astronomicis Obser- 
vationibus Vlug Bcigi, Tamerlani 
Magni Nepotis. Oxon. 1648. 

This eminent physician and astronomer 
likewise published another work, entitled 
' An astronomicall Description of the late 
Comet, IGIS.* London, 1619. 4to. 

Ba I N£s, Edward. History, Ga- 
zetteer, Directory, &c. of Lan- 
cashire. Liverpool, 1825. 8vo. 2 

Bakek, F.Aug. Sancta Sophia; 
or Directions for the Prayer of Con- 
templation, &c. extracted out of 
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Baker, by S. Cressy, Doway, 
1657. 8vo. 2 vols, with portrait of 

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A severe critique from the pen of OcCt- 
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Review, vil 282—93; to which JoBfi 
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1/. 8s. Nassau, pt. i. 255, R Is The for- 
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very little value. 


Bak LR, George. Catalogue of 
Books, &c. printed at Strawbeny 
Hill. London, 1810. 4to. 

Twenty copies printed for preienti. 

— History and Antiquities of 
the County of Northampton. Lou- 
don, 1822. folio. ParU 1 and 2. 

One of the most valuable topognyhkal 
works ever published, displaying the mutt 
minute research and industry. LAEOl 
PAPER. Part i. 1822. Sir M. M.Sykfl^, 
pt. i. 458. 3/. 15s. Dmry, 591, 3/. Deitt, 
pt. i. 320. W.4s. 

— Henry. Medulla Poetanim 
Romanorum : or the most beautiful 
and instructive Passages of the 
Roman Poets, with translations in 
English verse. London, 17d7.8vo. 
2 vols. 7s. 

In little estimation. Reed, 655 1, 8s. 6d. 
— LARGE PAPER. Dmry, 312, Ms. Wil- 
liams, 132, morocco, 2/. St. 

— The Microscope made Easy, 
and Employment for the Micros- 
cope. London, 1743 — 53. Svo. 
2 vols, with plates, 78. 

The first volunie of this valuable and 
pleasing work has been frequently re- 
printed. Edwards, 351, 178. Baker Bke- 
wise published ' A natural History of the 
Tolype,' 1743, 8vo. 4«. 

— J. History of the fnqai- 
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and West Indies, in all its Branches, 
from the origin oi it in theyear 
1163, to its present state. West- 
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Marq. of Townshend, 1 708, 8s. 

— James. Picturesque Guide 
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Bindley, pt. i. 730, 4 parts, IL 15i. 
Towneley, pt. ii. 283, 3 toU. rusda» 
2/. 12s. Gd. 

— Sir Richard. Meditations 
and Disquisitions upon the Lord's 
Prayer. London^ 1637. 4to. 

Wnm, >14, lib A Itft of Biker, 
u< ■ U(t af hi* writlBsi will be ImiimI ia 
Dr. Bte'i cdidoD of Adl t Wood'* Atban. 
OiM. in. US — SI. 

Baxek, Sir Richard. Chro- 
oicle of the Kings of England, with 
1*0 Cootipua lion B. London. 1730 
Br3.rotio, U. 10a. 

nc belt cdltiaDidMngh the Mriiercmn. 
pilk a Uil y Alt af IMl, contain taanj 
mtoui doeimmti, md MTtntI intcmting 
yaticatan ooiittrd bj PbTlllpt and fatt fU- 
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Onj, Mt, 14i. FoHith cditloa, 18S5, 
l«h FMb cditian, 1670. Bindley, pL L 
MI, tU. 6± AnlnudTmioiu wm pub- 
UtdonthUcdidonbyTho. Blount. Oi- 
Sud. 1«7J, 8tol Towoelty, pt. i, S84, >•. 
Sitt edhMD, IBT4, Ufa Serena cdldon, 
lfT», «L Eichth ediUcm, 1G<4, Di. 

BAKEK.Richard. TheatTumRe- 
dinvuna, or the Theatre vintlicated, 
aaatwer to Mr. Pryni' Histrio- 
Mtltx. London, 1662. 8vo. 

Si^u, pt. i. 9i, Ifli. BikM alw piib- 
hhtd TheUnim triuOplunii or, k IHi. I 
MTV of Pbrc London, IfiTO, llmo. ' 
l(td, W13,««. Bd. Bairell, 131,9(.ad. | 

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UKfalnns and Necessity of Reve- 

IUtioo. London, 1756. 8vo. 4s. i 
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~ Hemoirs of the Life and I 
^ntingi of Thomas Baker, from 
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With a Cauif^e ofhia MS. Cul- 
Icclioas. By R. Masters. London, 
1794. Hvo. 4b. 

Baeeweli, Robert. Introdoc- 
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tnli^. LoDd.I828.8vo.l8j. 

Tbibrmtrediliani 1813, 1819. Thit 
nitB iiktviM pabltihed an IntrodDction to 
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RoideDce in the Tarentalse end 
nriou Parta of the Grecian and 
PcBniiM Ufft, io BofOj, and id 

BAL 99 

Switeerland and Anvergne, in th« 
Yearsl820,21,and 22. London, 
1823. 8vo. 2 vols, with plates, 
W. 6i. 

Bakhtyar Nameh ; or. Story of 
Prince Bakhtyar and the Ten Vi- 
ziers: a series of Persian Tales, 
from a MS. in the Collection of Sir 
W. Ouseley. London, 1 800. royal 
8vo. 16s. 

Balbulo and Rosina. — Beware 
the Beare: the strange but pleasing 
History of Balbulo and Rosina. 
London, 1650. 12mo. 

A copy ii in the Britiih Miucum. 

Balcahras, Colin Lrndesay, 
Earl of. Account of the Affairs of 
Scotland, relating to the Rerolu* 
tioninl688. London, 1714. 6vo, 
with a Key, 6s. 

A lalnable hia'orical document. Re* 
prinlrd Edinb. 1714. l!mo. Alioiaserted 
in the eleTcnib iDlunie of the Somen Col- 
lection oi Tracli. 

Baldovini, Francesco. Cec- 
co's Complaint, translated from 
II Lamento de Cecco da V'arlungo, 
by John Hunter. London, 1800. 
Svo. 2s. 6d. 

L*anc rirER, in 4ta. (eight copiet 
primed,) St. Reprinted I8D5, Svo. of 

printed on thick piper. 

Bai-dwin, Archbishop of Can- 
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siino Altaris Sacramento Sermo. 
Ex praeclara Cantabrlgiensi Aca- 
demia, 1521.4to. 

One of the flrsl books printed at Com- 
bri%e. In the dcdirUion toNicholu Weit, 
Biihop of Ely, the printer itiles himielf 
■ lohannei Sibcrch, primui ulriutque Lin- 
guae in Anglica ImpreHOr.' Uaidvfin'a 
works were collected and published by Ber- 
trand Tiuier in 168!. For an acconnt of 
hit itinerary ihrDugh Walei Sc* OmtLDU* 

— George. Political Recollec- 
tions relative to Egypt; wilh a 
Narrative of the ever memorable 
British campaign in the Spring of 
1801. Lond. 1801. 8vo. 63. 

Fonthill, 38S9, ISi. 

— TroOpereDrammaticheprese 

98 BAL 

nelle Visioni di Dafini. Londra, 


Piivatfly primed. 
Baldwin, Geot^e. Investiga- 
tion into Principles, Sic. in English 
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Primely printed. 

■• — Thomas. Aeropaidia : con- 
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Excursion from ChcE'ier, in 1785. 
Hints on the Imptoven^ent or BhI- 
looni, &c. Ixindon, 1786. 8vo. 
7s. 6d. 

A curious treatise. Fonlliill, 2163, 13i. 

— William. Treatise ol moral 
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ingcs of the Wysc London, by 
Edw. Whytchurch, 1547 16mo. 

BUck letter. Dedintcd to ' EdwBrde 
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Knlghti,3IT, mar. IDs. 1590, Nauau, 

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— Funeratles of King Edward 
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the Causers and Causes of his 
Death. London, by Thomas 
Marshe, 1560. 4io. 

Black Ict'er, pp. 34. On the title ii the 
portnit of ihe KinK, which ii repealed on 
Ihe rcclo of ihe last I"ar. Nuiau, pt. i. 
371, (date tS5»!) V. Ou Sir H. M. 
Sykea, 393, II'. 111. Peiry, pt. L 8S4, 
UL Uu Saunden' in IBIS, raaila, 
ML ISa. Towneley, pt. ii. 1556, IBf. Ig>. 
Bindley, pt i. 75!, (<ri(h a liniile leaf, 
' impryntnl by Copland,' cnnlaining a 
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Roibunjhe, 3309, 191. 19s. bibl. An- 
glo-Poet. 2!l, niuia, S5i. 

— Another edition. London, 
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Pretenled lo Ihe Member* of the Rot- 
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Deiit,pt. ii. 1901, U.lOi. SitM. M.Syket, 

SM. 16S3, 1'. lOi. SIrellell, 
iadlcy, pLiii. I7!S, 3'. 19a. BojiteII, 
303B, 31. 19i. Anolhrr reprint appeared 
In 4ta. 10a. fld. 

Bale, John, Bishop or Ossory. 


lllvstrivm maioria Britanniae Scrip- 
tontm Summariu. Wesalis, 1649. 
(In calce) Gippeswtci in Anglia per 
loannem Ouertnn, 1548. 4to. ILlt. 

A to Su 3, lietidei liiie, dedicatory cpb- 
tlc, alphabetical index, and compKionibDT 
veraei, 11 leHri. Rir and Sia, cooiiiflBg 
of 'additio' are not found in all cofitt, 
Firal edi lion, containing 5 ceutniieai TU* 
work may be canaidered ai the (buodatka 
of &njtli*h biography, and ai audi valuable 
D.bdin, lOD, maiia, U. Oi. Bindley, pL L 
14Sl,infineold binding, 51.5a. 

In thf title page ii a nood-cut portnit gf 
Bale preH'nting hii book to BdnrdVl. 
and at Ihe end of Ihe table of eoolealt ia ■ 
wand cut portrait of WieUflt. , 

Hale, John, Bishop of Outxy. ^ 
^^criptiirvm illii»triu maioHs Br]h , 
tannic Ciiialogus. Ba<(il. 1557— 4. 

folio. 3/. 3s. 

Panprior.a— I, A~Z,aalou,AaU>Ata, 
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and two indeiei, 4! leave*. The lot l*tf I 
of the work contun* the colophon oTOpod- i 
nut, 1559, LAHOE ritrEB, IHb^ Ml, 

On the hack of the titlc-pagea to CMb ftlt, > 

Thi* work,M)'t Warton, 'perhap* originally ' 
uodenaken by Bale ai a vehide of Ua aenll- 

presentalioni and partialitiea, ajuint b«i ' 
hli religloiu prejudice*, bui of gtotal 
inaccuraciei, proceeding from negUgmcoM 
misinformalioa.' In the Hritiih UaaHHali 
a copy, with MS. nolea by the aulbor, aal 
in Ihe Royal Inililudon ia another wiA 
MS. nam by Archb. Parker and Dr. T. 

— Comedy concemynge thre 
Lawesof Nature, Moses, and Christ, 
corrupted by the Sodomy tes, Vhtr 
risees and Papystes most wyctced. 
u.D.xxxviii. and lately inprentsd 
per Nicolaum Bamburgcnsem. 8fa> 

Rlnck letter. Conlaina G 4,in eight*. A 
copy ii in Ihe Maloni.' Collection at OiftiA 

— Another edition. London, 
by Thomas Colvrel, 15fi2. 4to. 

Black letter. A latirical play agriMt 
popery, probably, aaya Warton, Ibc Blalrf 
the kind in our language. Ponter,IlA5| 
3'. Ii. Rhodes, 499, (iheet A wanlh«} 
4'. 6a. 

— Tragedye orEnterludemftDj- 
festing the chefe Promysea of Gm 

by all Ages in the olda 

Lawe, — M-c 

, 4to. 

k • 


Black letter. A copy of thii interlude 
a b the British Muteam. It is reprinted 
is Doddey** CoUectlotwf Old PUys. 

Bale, John. Bishop of O^ory. 
Anotber editioo. Imprynted by 
Jobn Chariewood, 1577. 4lo. 

Black letter. 16 leaves. Roxburghe, 
4M5, 12L Steevens, 1221, 12/. 15s. 

— Brefe Comedy or Cnterlude 
of Johan Baptystes preachy nge in 
the Wyldemesse. — Compiled Anno 
M.D.xxxviii. 4to. 

Black letter. 18 pages. Reprinted in 
dK int volume of the Harleian Miscel- 

— Brefe Comedy or Enterlude, 
coDceming the Temptatyon of our 
Loide and Sarer Jesus Christ by 
Stthan in the Desart. Compyled 
by Johan Bale, Anno 1538. 8vo. 

Black letter. 

— Chronycle concemyngge the 
Eiafflioacyon and DeaUi of Syr 
Johan Oldecastell, the Lord Cob- 
ham, 1554. 8vo. 

Black letter. With whole length portrait 
«f Lovd Cobiiam. According to Hearae, 
' a Ijiny book, not really in ittelf worth 
akavc twopence.' Hollis, 52, 2/. 9s. 

— Another edition. London, 
by Anthony Scoloker and Wyllya 
Soes. 8to. 




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— Another edition. London, 
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— Mysterye of Iniquyte con- 
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Bale, John, Bishop of Ossory. 
Artes of Englysh Votaryes, com- 
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from the VVorldes Begynnynge to 
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Black letter. A copy is in the British 
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— Actes of Englysh Votaryes. 
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Black letter. Contains 86 leaves. 

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Black letter. 79 leaves, besides the de- 
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— First Examinacyon of Anne 
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felde by the Romysh Popes Vp- 
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Johan Bale. Marp. in Hessen, 
1546. 12mo. 

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Bjem0b, John. The Bruce; 

or the Hiatory of Robert I. King 

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BiacLAT, Alexander. Alex. ! 

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Balguy, John, D.D. Twenty 
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Balista, Clir. Ouerthrow of 
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Ball, John. Treatise concern- 
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Ballard, George. Memoirs 
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BAMPFYLDEy John. Sixteen 


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the various specimens of the anthor'sgaMS- 
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the singular daim to tha BanlNBry fma$t 


woaU alone render thb volume of some 
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Banks, Thomas C. Stemmata 
ADglkrana; or, a miscellaneous 
Collection of Genealogy. London, 
1825. 4to. 3/. ds. 

This volume commences with a treatise 
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Peoage, and the manner of establishing 
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Bah V A TTNE, Richard. Journal 
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during Uie Contest between the 
Adherents of Queen Mary and those 
o( her Son in 1570-7U72-73. 
Edinb. 1806. 8vo. 12s. 

BsBoityne was secretary to John Knox. 

fiannatyne MS. Ancient Scot- 
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Banqoett of Dainties; -for all 
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BiMk letter, cooUins pp. 42. Thispoetical 
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by Saunders in 1818, 61. 168. 6d. 

Banslet, Charles. Rhyming 
Satire on the Pride and Vices of 
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Baratariana; a Collection of 
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Ireland, with Supplement. Dublin, 
1772-3. 8vo. 3 vols, in 2, with 

Nassau, pt. i. 109, 8s. Garrick, IOC, 9s. 

Baratti, Giacomo. Travels 
into the remote countries of the 
Abissinsor Ethiopia interior, trans- 
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Constable, 39, 6s. Cd. Heath, 2699, 8s. 

Bauba, Alvarez Alonzo. Art 
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don, 1674. Bvo. 3s. 6d. 

Reprinted in ' A Collection of valuable 
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Barbadillo, Don Alonao Ge« 
ronimo de Salas. Fortunate Fool, 
translated (from the Spanish) by 
Philip Ayres. Lond.1670. 12nio. 59. 

Barbados. — Laws of Barba- 
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— Public Acts in Force, passed 
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Barbara. The Life of St. 
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Black letter' Four leavef. 

Barbaro, Daniel. Relazione 
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faita nel serenissimo Senato doppo 
la sua Legazione d' Ingbilterra ove 
fu Ambasciatore per la serenissima 
Republica in Tempo del Re Ed- 
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Barbary. History of Barbary. 
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Inglis. 140, 3/. 28. 

— Three Miseries of Barbary : 
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— Several Voyages to Barbary, 
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London, 1736. 8vo. 3s. 6d. 

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Baubauld, Anna Letitia. Se- 
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Guardian and Freeholder. With 


a preliminary Essay. Lond. 1804. 
12mo. 3 vols. 9i. 

An excellent selection. 

Barbaulh, Anna Letitia* 
Poetical Works, the Correspoiid- 
ence and other Prose Pieces, with 
a Memoir. By Lucy Aikin. Load. 
1826. 8vo. 2 vols. 24s. 

Barber, J. T. Tour through 
South Wales and Monmouthshire. 
London, 1803. 8vo. 15s. 

This work is chiefly picturesque, and 
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BARBER,WiIliam. Farm Build* 
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1 805, 4to. with six plates, 10s. 6d. 

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of the Mode of Building in Pis6. ISOS. 4ia.. 

Barberinus, Mafffleus, t. e. 
Urban viii. Poemata, cum Vita 
Auctoris et Annotationibus adjec- 
tis,edidit Jos. Brown. Oxon. 1796. 

Dent, pt.i. 179, nissia, 6s. 8d. — laRsk 
PAPER. Williams, 141, morocco, 1/. 

Barrier, John. Janua Lin- 
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ofTongueSiLatine, English, French 
and Spanish. Londini, 1617. 4to. 

Inglis, 523, morocco, SL 3s. 

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18s. 6d. White Knights, pt i. Sff, 
morocco, 11, 2s. 

Barbour, John. The Aotei 
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burgh, 1620. 8vo. 

Black letter, pp. 444. Aoeot^bag Is 
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161G. (7) Reprinted 1648, 1005, ISTI^ 
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56, 3/. 18s.— 1758, Nassau, ptL AiTii. 
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747,16s. ' '^ 


Babbovr, John. The Bruce; 
or tlie History of Robert I. King 
ofScoUaod. Wjitteo in Scottish 
Tene bj John Barbour. The first 
;[€OQjne Edition, published from a 
MS. dated 1489 ; with Notes and 
t Gloesary, by J. Pinkerton. 
Loud. 1790. 12010. 3 vols. 15s. 

Lloyd, 51, ILlB, Roxbnrgtae, SS43, 
II 7i. 

— The Bmce, published from a 
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Notes and a Life of the Author, by 
Mm Wallace Jamieson. Edinb. 
1820. 4to. 

Two hundred and fifty cdpiei printed 
BndMtt, 4«7, 2/. 

Barbut, James. Genera In- 
lectomm of Llnnseus exemplified 
by various Specimens of English 
Insects, with Descriptions in Eng- 
lish and French. London, 1781. 
4lo. with plates, plain 11. Is. co- 
kmred, 2L 12s. Sd. 

Comsat pp. 371, and 22 plates. — The 
MgiMl drmwingt. Becklbrd, 1817, 138, 
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Pttt i.pp. 101, and 1 1 plates. Part ii. 
(TMfaua») pp. 70, mod 1 4 plates. 

Babcklet. Stfe Barclay. 

Babclat, Alexander. Alex. 
Ankley his Figure of our Mother 
Holy Church, oppressed by the 
FfCB^ King. (Rich. Pynson) 4to. 

Ffoai llaiusell's CataL p. 7. 

<— Egloges of Alexader Barclay, 
FresC, Stc. London, by Richarde 
Pynton. folio. 

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Covtes. London, by John Her- 

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day, Prisat. London, by Humphrey 
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Blaek letter. Contains P. 2, in fours, pp. 
116. IngUs, 143, 6/. 2s. 6d. BibL Ai^o- 
Poct, 894, 15/. 

Barclay, Alexander. Certayne 
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Black letter. D in sixes. Appended to 
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— The fyfte Eglog of Alexandre 
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— The introductory to write 
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don, by Robert Copland, 1521. 

Black letter. Contains C 4, in sixes. 

— See Brandt, Sebastian. 

Castle of Labour. 
Manctn, Dominecke. 

A very elaborate account of this elegant 
writer's productions is given in the xxix 
section of Warton*s History of English 
Poetry. Further notices, &c will also be 
fband in Bliss's Wood's A. O. i. 205—9 and 
BUb' Spedmens, i. 406—9. 

— John. Grammatica Latin a 
Johannis Barkley. (Rich. Pynson, 
1516) 4to. 

— Barclay his Argenis, or the 
Loves of Poliarchus and Argenis, 
translated by Kingsmill Long. 
London, 1625, folio. 

A political allegory, pronounced by the 
poet Cowper, the most amusing romance 
ever written. Bindley, pt. i. 195, 5s. 

— Argenis, translated by Sir 
Robert Le Grys, Knight; the 
Verses by Tliomas May, Esq. 
London, 1628, 9, 4to. 

1628, Oordonstoun, 311, 5s. 6d.— 1629, 
Bindley, pLi. 1088, russia, 8s. 6d. 

— Argenis, translated by Kings- 
mill Long, Esq. The second edi- 
tion beautified with pictures, t6ge- 
ther with a key prsefixed to unlock 
the whole story. Loud. 1636, 4to. 

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6087, 5s. Nassau, pt L 378, 9i. 



Barclay, John. The Phoenix, 
or the History of Polyarchus and 
Argeuis. Translated from the Latin, 
[by Clara Reeve.] London, 1771, 
12mo. 4 vols. 12s. 

Barclay published an account of the 
Gunpowder plot, which will be found 
ftt the end of his Satyricon and likewise se- 
veral controversial works relative to Eng- 
land in the reign of James I. 

— Icon Animanim ; the Mirror 
of Mindes, translated by T. May. 
London. 1631. 12mo. 5s. 

A masterly description of tlie manners of 
the several nations of Europe in the begin- 
ning of the 18th century, with remarks 
moral acd philosophical on the various 
tempers of men. 

— Description of the Roman 
Catholick Church, written in the 
year 1679. (in verse.) Edinb. 1741 . 

Constable, 41, 6s. 

— Sketch of the Life of John 
Barclay, 1786. 4to. 

Published by Sir David Dalrymple Lord 

— Sir Richard, Knt. Discourse 
of the Felicitie of Man : or his 
Summum Bonum. Written by Sir 
Richard Barkley, Knight. Lond. 
1598. 4to. 

Reprinted 1603, 1631. This work 'is 
in fact a garner tilled with the most amusing 
and best histories, and little narrations, told 
ic the author's own words, and occasionally 
enlarged, but in perfect keeping and con- 
sistency.' Rctrosp. Review. Edition 1598, 
Reed, 1774, 6s.— 1603, Inglis, 142, 5s. 
—1631, Nassau, pt i. 377, lis. 

— Robert. Works. London, 
1692. folio. 1718. 8vo; 3 vols. 

The celebrated apologist for the quakers, 
and one of the ablest writers of that sect : 
his works are much esteemed. 

— Apology for the true Christian 

Divinity, as the same is held forth 

and preached by the People, called 

in scorn, Quakers. Birmingham, 

1765. 4to. 18s. 

An elegant edition printed by Basker- 
▼ille. Bindley, pt. i. 920, russia, I/. 2s. 
The first edidon appeared in 1676, 4to. de- 
dicated to Charles II. has been frequently 
reprinted, and translated into most Euro- 
pean languages. 

— Genealogical Account of 


the Barclays of Urie, 1110—1731, 
with Memoirs of Colonel David 
Barclay, and his son Robert Bar- 
clay, author of the * Apology for 
the Quakers/ ,Lond. 1812. 8vo. 

Edited by Mr. Henry Mill. The origi- 
nal edition appeared in or about 1740. 

Ba acLA Y, William. De Remo 
et regali Potestate adversus Bucha- 
nanum, Bruturo, Boucherium and 
reliquos Monarchomachos Libri 
sex. Paris, 1600. 4to. 

A celebrated treatke denjring the an- 
thorityof the Pope over Sovereigns in Tem- 
porals. This learned civilian pubUshed 
several other controvernal works. 

— Caliirrhoe or the Well of the 
Spaw. Aberd. 1615, 1670. 8vo. 

— Barclaii Gulielmi ex Vita 
Julii Agricolse, Auctore Genero, 

Bareith. — Memoires de Frederi- 
que Sophie Wilhelmine de Prusset 
Margrave de Bareith, Soeur de 
Fred^ric-le-Grand, ecrits de sa 
Main. Londres, 18r2. 8vo. 2 vols. 

An English translation of these amnang 
memoirs appeared 1812, Svo. 2 vols. Dniry, 
413, 17s. 

Baret, John. Alvearie or Quad- 
ruple Dictionarie, English, Latioe, 
Greeke, and French. Londini, 
1580. folio, 10s. 6d. 

Dedicated to Lord Burleigh. A former 
edition, containing three languages Euglidi» 
Latin and French, appeared in 1573,' foBa 
1580. Perry, pt i. 436, 2L 2$. Bindley, 
pt. i. 575, 14s. Home Tooke, 40, 2L 5s. 
—1573, Roxburghe, 2161, R Is. 

— Michael. Hipponimie, or the 
Vineyard of Horsemanship. Lond. 
1618. 4to. 

B A RETT!, Joseph. Italian Li- 
brary, containing an account of the 
Lives and Works of the most va- 
luable Authors of Italy. With a 
Preface, exhibiting the changes of 
the Tuscan language, from the bar- 
barous ages to the present time. 
London, 1757. 8vo. 6s. 
A useful work. 

— Account of the Manners and 
Customs of Italy ; with an Appen- 
dix. Lond. 1768-9. 8vo. 2 voLi. 6s. 

r . 


' A wry entertaining book.' Dr, Johnton, 
BiMOey. pt. L 314» ISs. 

Ba RETT I, Joseph. Dictionary of 
the English and Italian Languages. 
London, 1760. 4to. 2 vols. 18s. 

The dedication to this dictionary was 
vritten by Dr. Johnson. Reprinted 1778, 
1790, 4to« and 1820, 8yo. 2 vols. Edition 
1760, Dent, pt. i. 313,russia, 1/. Is.— 1778, 
Rodwfglie, 2121, U. 10s.~1790, Edwards, 
U, \L 2s. White Knights, 353, russia, 

— Journey from London to Ge- 
noa, through England, Portugal, 
Spain and France. Ix>ndon, 1770, 
8ro. 4 vols. lOs. 6d. 

An entertaining work. Fonthill, 2087, 
SOt.— 4to. 2 Tols. Drury, 374, 16s. Font- 
hill, 418, R 13s. 

— Dictionary of the English 
and Spanish Languages. London, 
1778. foUo. 

Reprinted 1794, 1800, in 4to. and 1807, 
Stol 2 vols. Edition 1 794, Dent, pt. i. 313, 
a 6s.— 1800, White Knights, pt. 1. 352, 
rwsa, U, 14s. 

Thb writer likewise published many 
siher works, chiefly grammatical. 

B A a H A M , Henry. Hortus Ame- 
ricanus. Kingston, Jamaica, 1794. 
8to. pp. 212, 5s. 

Barker, Andrew. Report of 
the two famous Pirates, Capt. Ward 
tod Danseter. London, 1609. 4lo. 

Dabome took the plot of ' A Christian 
tnm'd Turk,' from the above. Nassau, 
pt ii. 372. 

— Edmund Henry. Classical 
»d Bihiical Recreations. Lond, 
181-2. 8?o. vol. i. 8s. 6d. 

— Thomas. Art of Angling. 
London, 1651. 12mo. 

An e<fition, 1653, 4to. without the au- 
tbor'i name. A reprint of the edition of 
1651, appeared 1820, and that of 1653 
vai reprinted at Leeds, 1817, of which 
•K copy was struck off in 4to. Edition 
\^Z. Bindley, pt. iv. 524, 6s. White 
Kaghts,pt. i. 158, 8s. Haworth, 919, \L2i, 

— Barker's Delight ; or, the 
Art of Angling. The second edi- 
tioQ, much enlarged. London, 
1657 or 1659. 12 mo. 

CoDtsim pp. !▼. and 27. Haworth, 921, 
^ 1659, 17f. Reprinted 1820, of which 
<« espies were printed on yeUow paper, 
'*' one on Teilmn. 

Barklct. See Barclay. 



Barrsdale, Clement. Nympha 
Libethris: or the Cotswold Muse 
presenting some extempore verses 
to the Imitation of yong Scholars : 
in four Parts. London, 1651. 
12mo. pp. 96. 

Perry, pt. iv. 316, 2/. Is. Dent, pt.i. 
182, mor. 61. 15s. Saunders in 1818, 
15/. 158. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 83, 20L A 
reprint, consisting of 40 copies, was publish- 
ed 1816, by Sir Egcrton Brydges. Nassau, 
pt i. 117, 15s. Bindley, pt. i. 643, 17s. 
Strettelt, 129, 19s. 

— Memorials of worthy Persons. 
Two Decads, 12mo. London, 1661. 
A third Dccad, Oxford, 1662. A 
fourth Decad> Oxford, 1663. A 
6f\h Becad, entitled * A Remem- 
brance of excellent Men.' Lon- 
don, 1670. 8vo. 2/. 

Anthony a Wood says, this work is 
* scribled from the sermons preached at 
their funerals, their lives, and characters 
occasionally given of them, in public 
authors.' Nassau, pt. ii. 1465, 2 vob. 
1661-3, W. 

In Dr. Bliss's edition of Wood's Athenae 
Oxonienses, iv. 221 — 5, will be found a 
biography, with a list of th^ writings of 

Barkshire. — Publication of Guia- 
nas Plantation, newly undertaken 
by the Earl of Barkshire. London, 
1632. 4to. 

Barkstead, or Barksted, Will. 
Myrrha, the Mother of Adonis, or 
Lusts Prodigies, a Poem. Lon- 
don, 1607. 

— Hirem, or the Fair Greek, a 
Poem. London, 1611. 8vo. 

Barlaamus Monachus. Bar- 
laamide Papae Principatu Libellus. 
Nunc primum Greece et Latine 
editus, opera Johannis Luidii. 
Oxoniee, 1592. 4to. 19 leaves, 6s. 

Barlace, G. Sketch of the 
Progress of Knowledge in England, 
with notices of learned men. Lon- 
don, 1820. 4to. H. Is. 

Barljeus, Caspar. Britannia 
triumph ans, sive in inaugurationem 
Caroli 1. Mag. Brit. Francis et 
Hibernise Regis, Fidei Dcfensoris, 
Poemation. Lugd. Bat. 1626. 


A copy is in the Bridsh Museum* 



Baiiley. Martyrdome of Saint 
George. London, 1614. 4to. with 

Dent, pt. i. 309, 3^ 3t. NaMtu, pt i. 

Barlow, Francis. Multee et 
diversse Avium species. Londini, 
1671. 4to. 

A c(^y is in the British Museum. 

•— Book of such Beasts as are 
most useful for Drawing, Graving, 
or Armes-painting and Chaseing, 
designed by F. Barlow, and en- 
graved by William Vaughan. 1664. 

Thirtetn small plates, exclusive of the 
engraTed title. 

— Seuerall Wayes of Hunting, 
Hawking, and Fishing, according 
to the English Manner, &c, in- 
vented by Francis Barlow, etched 
by W. Hollar. London. ' 

Barlow published a much esteemed edi- 
tion of the Fables of ^sop. 

— Various Birds and Beasts (67) 
drawn from the Life. London. 

— Rev. Frederic. English 
Peerage. London, 1775. 8vo. 
2 vols. 7s. 

In no estimation as a genealogical work. 
A former edition appeared in 1773. 

— Joel. Columbiad, a Poem. 
Philadelphia, 1807. 4to.with plates 
after Smirke's designs. 

Sotheby's in Dec 1820. 3/. 3s. Re- 
printed London, 1809. 8ro. 5s. 

— John. Exposition of the first 
and second Chapters of the second 
Epistle to Timothy, with a Dis- 
course of spiritual Stedfastness and 
five Sermons. Lond. 1632. folio. 

Barlow likewise published several ser- 
mons, of which an account will be found in 
Dr. Bliss' edition of Wood's Athen. Oxon. ii. 

— Peter, F. R. S. Mathema- 
tical and Philosophical Dictionary; 
with historical Sketches of the Rise, 
Progress and present State of the 
several Departments of the Sci- 
ences. Lond. 1813. royal 8vo.l/. Is. 

— £ssay on Magnetic Attrac- 
tions and on the Laws of Terrestrial 
and Electro-Magnetism. London, 
1822. 8vo. with plates. 8s. 

Mr. Barlow who has highly distinguished 
himself by hb scientific labors is professor 


uf niatbcmaticB at tlie militaiy academy at 
Woolwidi. He is the mithor of eevenl 
other Taloable treatiset. 

Barlow, Stephen. History of 
Ireland, from the earliest period to 
the present time. Ix>iidon, 1814. 
8vo. 2 vols. 10s. 

— Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln. 
Several Cases of Conscience learn- 
edly and judiciously resolved. Lon- 
don, ^1692. 8vo. with portrait bj 
R. White. 4s. 

— The genuine Remains, con- 
taining divers Discourses, theologi- 
cal, philosophical, historical, &c. 
London, 1693. 8vo. 4s. 

Published by Shr Peter Pett In 1604, 
Reflections on this work by Henry Brougham 
appeared in 4to. 

— Directions for the Choice of 
Books in the Study of Divioity. 
Oxford, 1699. 4to. 6s. 

A Kfe of this emhient prelate, with a list 
of his works, will be found hi Dr. BHss** 
edition of Wood's Athense Oxonienaet, if. 

— William, successively Bishop 
of Rochester and Lincoln. Vita et 
Obitus Richardi Cosin, Legam 
Doctoris, &c. Excudebant D^po- 
tati Chr. Barker. 1598. 4to. 38. 6d. 

— Sermon preached at Paules 
Crosse on the 6rst Sunday in Lent, 
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— Robert, D.D. Supplicacion 
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Martyr. EcclesieyinnocensaCeede 
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51. 178. 6(1. 

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Barn FIELD, Richard. Affec- 
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Baro, Bonaventure. Obsidio et 
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Baio^, Richftrd. — Ste Cordial 
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— Robert, of Aberdeen. Phi- 
loMiphia Theologiee Ancillans, sen 
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Bakok, Stephen. Sermonesde* 
J clamati corn almaVniuersitateCati- 
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Fratrcm Stephaiium Baronis Fra- 
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Ba RRET, Rev. B. Life of Car- 
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— Robert. Theorike and Prac- 
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All's Well that ends Well. Gordonstoun, 
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— William. History and Anti- 
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History. London, 1808. 8vo. pp, 
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Barretto, Joseph, J un. Dic- 
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1744. 8vo. 3s. 6d. 

Barret, Lodowick. Ram- 
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Barrowe, Henry. Brief Dit- 
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Barkuel, L'Abbi. Memoires 
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BiKsTott, John, Safeg:uard of 
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A hif^y inlereiting and Bttraclive vo- 
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Barthlet, John. Pedegrewa 
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V^oyage to the East Indies, with 
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BiKTOM, Richard. Dialogue 
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Barwigk, Edward. Treatise 
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In ill Una itaoiu. Steeveni, 767, 
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Basil, St. the Great. Letter to 
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Basire, Isaac, D.D. Ancient 
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History of the Jews from Jesus 
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Essays on Poetry and Music, fte. Edinb. 
1776. 8vo. 

Frequently reprinted. The ftnt edi- 
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Author's £ssay on Truth. 
Dissertations moral and critical. Londoif 
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Evidences of the Christian ReHfkik 
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Origin and Progress of the Woflu 
London, 1807. 8vo. 
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Beauchesnc, John de» and 
John Baldok. Booke containiiif 
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English as French Secretary, with 
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Hands : also the Proportio of the 
Capital! of Romae. London, 1570. 
broad 4to. 1/. Is. 

I apprehend them, aayi Hei1)ert, tohate 

BEA BEA 131 

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Beautj. A Discourse of aux- 
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Bebelius, John. Critical Re- 
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Brc, Jean du, Abbot of Morti- 
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Beccatelli, Lodovico, Archb. 
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Beche. H. T. de la. Selection 
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— «See Beau LIEU, Luke de. 

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Bel, William. The Testament 
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Belcamp, Jo. V. Consilium 
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Belch I RB, Dabridgecourt. 
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Bsi-iiro, Richard. Annotationes 
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Bell, — .The Conressiou, Ob- 
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Bell, Charles. Essays on the 
Anatomy d Expression in Painting. 
Second Edition. London, 18S4. 
4to.with plates. 21. 12g. fid. 

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>.t)k«, pi. L 409, U lOi. Duke of 
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124, IL 1 Is. 6d. Heath, 2547, 2L 12s. 6d. works relative to popery, several of which 

Fonthill, 311, 31. 3si Reprinted Dublin, were in the Gordonstoun Library, not. 147 

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in the seventh volume of Pinkerton's Col- (Father Parsons.) Roane, 1607, 8vo. 

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theon ! or, historical DicUonary of V,"^ Antiqu.tatum Romanarum 

the Gods. Demi-Gods. Heroes Compendium absolutum. ex op- 

and Fabulous Personsof Antiquity, *""'» Authonbus m Usum studio- 

&c. Lond. 1790. 4to. 2 vols, in l! "^J"'^"^"'" collectumr Gl^. 

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. '^ „ ,, . . - , ., ^. A very brief compendium, highly ei- 

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— Principles of Surgery. Edin. the Divine Missions of John the 
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8vo. 3 vols. 21. 12s. 6d. \7%'. England and Scot and from 

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vings of the Bones, Muscles, and Joints. Io4o. 4tO. OS. 

Third Edition, 4to. 1/. lis. 6d. BELLAMY, George AddC. ApO- 

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Q ^ , ., .^ 5 vols. 18s. An edition was pnbliiatd 

»V0. 7 vols. 4«. lOs. Dublin, 1785, in 2 vols. In 1785, ap- 

Best edition. The seventh volume, in- peared ' Letters addressed to Mr^ BcUtmyf 

tended as a supplement to former editions occasioned by her Apology, by Edivaid 

is sold separately. Mr. Bell has published V/illet,* 8vo. Reed, 8615, 68. 6d. 

several other Scotch Law Book.. _ jo,,„ hj^j ^f ^ jj^jj. 

— Thomas. Survey of Popery, gjong, a new and enlaned Bdi- 
t -A-ato"He of Popish Tyrannie. J^^rtJoro^r SSeT^- 

London, 1603. 4tO. with very UtUe eneooiagement 


BsLLAMT, Thomas. Philanax 
igticus: or, a Christian Caveat 
r all Kings, Princes, and Pre- 
ct, how they entrust a Sort 
pretended Protestants of Integ- 
y»or suffer them to commix with 
sir GoYernment. London, 1663. 
0. 5s. 

k cwiom account of this work wiU be 
■dm Dr.Blin'f edition of Wood's Athen. 
ML IT. 139. 

Bella KM IK, Robert. Re- 
onsio ad Librvm inscriptvm ' Tri- 
td nodo triplex Cuneus.' 1608. 

rhk answer to King James appeared 
Iv the ilctitloiis name of Mattheus 



— A trve Relation of the last 
cknes and Death of Cardinall 
iUarmine, who died in Rome the 
UKoteenth Day of September 
31 : by C. E. of the Society of 
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Bindley, pL iii. 288, 48. 
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m imat ijrrater honour to tbeir profes- 
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vaorv ably defended the cause of the 
wUb diarcfa, or contended in iavourof the 

5 with greater advantage.' — Dr, Bliu, 
BLLAY, William de. Instnic- 
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mL London, 1589. 4to 7s. 6d. 

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A copy is in the British Museum. 

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An excellent outline. A former edition 
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— Fulk. Sermon July 24, 
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dv Roy Richard le second. Lond. 

1585. 8yo. 10s. 6d. 

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146 BEL 

Bellicard, M. Observations 
upon the Antiquities of Hercula- 
neum. London, 1753. 8vo. with 
42 plates, 6s. 

An ingenious work, containing some 
particulars wliich had escaped the observa- 
tion of former writers. 

Bellin, Nicholas. Essai g6o- 
graphique sur les Isles Britanni- 
ques. Paris, 1757. 4 to. 78. 

Bellomatus, Joannes. Qra* 
dus ComparatioDum cum Verbis 
anomalis simul cum eorum Com- 
positis. London, by me John Toye, 

The only piece known printed by John 
Toye. It consists of eight leaves, and has 
John Scot's device at the end. Dr. Dibdin 
•numerates three other editions printed by 
W. de Worde, 1526. 1527, and 1530. 

Bellon, P. Irish Spaw; being 
a Short Discourse on Minercd 
Waters in general, &c. Dublin, 
1684. 8vo. 

A copy is in the British Museum. Nas- 
sau, pt. i. 238, U 10s. 

Bellopoelius, Petrus. De 
Pace inter invictissimos Henricum 
Galliarvm et Edvardvm Angliee 
Reges Oratio. Londini in .ZEkiibus 
Guill. Powell, 1552. 4to. 

Contains H 5, in fours. Dedicated to 
John Duke of Northumberland. 

Bellora and Fidelio. See 
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Bel LOT, James ? French Me- 
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Bindley, pt. i. 671, 15s. Not mentioned 
by Dr. DibAn, who however notices that 
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bellum Grammaticale, a Dis- 
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Noun and the Verb, contending for 
the chiefe Place or Dignity in Ora- 
tion, turned into English by Wil- 
liam Haywarde. Lond. 1576. 8vo. 

Wood mentions an edition of the date of 
1574, and states that he was informed that 
Dr. Leonard Hutten was the author of the 
Trag.Com. called Bellum Grammaticale. 

Bellum Grammaticale ; sive No- 
minura Verborumque Discordia 
civilis. Lond. 1635. 12mo. 

Acted before Queen Elisabeth in Christ 
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Sept. 1592. An editioii 1638. Rozboi^, 

3649, 5s Edinb. 1698. Bindley* pt. U 

843, 108«~lHmdon, 1729. Nassau, pt,l. 
239, 4s. 

Bellus. Jnglice Bsll. 
Belman.— The Bdman of Lon- 
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and Fancies, and suited to all 
Times and Seasons. Lond» 1707. 
8vo. 18s. 

Beloe, Rev. William. Anec- 
dotes of Literature and scaice 
Books. London, 1807-12. 8fO. 
6 vols. 

A work containing much biUlugiaplM 
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worlcs. Bindley, pt. i. 411, 1/. ISfc Mm- 
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3561, W. 16«. And also tranalatiaiis d 
Herodotus, Coluthus, Gellins, ftc. 

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1817. 8vo. 2 vols. r2s. 

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234, 7s. Strettell, 98, with a 118. Iffi 
XL lis. 0d. Bindley, pt 1. 410, wiih a 
MS.Key, li. 13s. 

Belsham, Thomaa. Menoin 
of the late Rev. Tbeophilus Utd- 
sey, A.M. with a brief Analysis of 
his Works ; also, a Greneral Vww 
of the Progress of the Unitariai^ 
Doctrine in England and America. 
London, 18lV^. 8vo. 128. 

This vrriter has published many olhsr 
works, whidi are held in eitinraiB If 
those of the Unitarian ptmuMlMu 

— William. EwMiys, pUlaao- 
phical, historical, and Itteftfy* 

LmdoD, 1789-91, 8ro. 3 vols. 

RcprfBtcd irn. 

Belsbah, William. Hiitory 
of Qnat Britain from the Revolu- 
tion 1688,totheConcluBionofthe 
IVcatf of Amieoa. London, 1802. 
8vo. 12 vda. it. l'2s. 6d. 

In Bttia MiDUioii. An tditiaa 1791, 
4m. S nb. Sf U. M. BjktM, pt. L 414, 
U, ins, Sra. 10 Toll. Dent, pt. i. SIM, 
U. ISb 1101, Sre. 8 nil. Sdwudi, «01, 

Beltkami, J. C. Pilgrimage 
m Europe and America, leading to 
Ike Diacorerj of the Sourcea of the 
Haunipp, and Bloody River, &c. 
Lcndoa, 1838. 2 vola. 

Bu.aa. AngUct Bell. 

Bid'vedeic, or the Gaiden of the 
NiMes. See Bodeiiiiaii, John. 

Belzomi, G. Narrative of the 
OperaUoni and recent Diacoverie* 
within the Pyramids, Templea, 
Tomba, and Excavations in l^ypt 
aod Nnbia. London, 1820. 4to. 
«ith > portrait. 

. Dtot, pt. L 4ST, 11. Tb »rM.H. 
%,ft.\. 413, iL li. Id illailniiiHi of 
mnlln too ■eiin of pUts (one con- 

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Uai ISn, Sto. > coU. II. St. 

Bemetzbieder. . Husic 

made caaj to ever; Capacity, in a 
Sens of Dialogue*, tranalated by 
Oifird Bernard. London, 1778. 
4to. 3b. fid. 

laWtwii work by Bcmttirirder, eoticled 
fii^iiilaai of > uw Method of Huilc, 
171), tvo. ^, A eomplele TmtiM of 
Hide, IMO, 4(10. 

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liMi TTrkie, or a true Relation of 
te fa ai lifer a of Sir Thomaa Ben- 
it Ambauador, with the grand 
'nir at CtmaUDtioople. Lon- 
Mo, 1648. 4to. 

A espj b In Iha Brituh MnwmB. 
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BifEDicTOSr Abfasa PetvobnT- 
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BEN 147 

Bem ESK, Sir Richard de. Boke 
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of the whole Exposition, translated 
from the High-Dutch, by John 
Robertaoo, M.D. London, 1757. 
8vo. 5s. 

All eiteemed work. 

iBNaBK, Miss. Memoirs of 
AnneBoleyn, Queen ofHenry VIII. 
London, 1821. 8vo. 2 vols. 16*. 

- Memoirs of Mary Queen of 
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of Henry U. London, 1822. 8ro. 
2 vols. 248. 

TUen princlp«1l;rrani Chllmen' Lib of 
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- Memoirs of Elizabeth Stuart, 
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King James L London, 1825. 
poat 8vo. 2 vols. II. 4s. 

Tbii lutharen bu Uktwi 
Heniolri Ot Mn. Etliibelh Humiitni, BiO. 
!voU., ISSO, 
S*o. ISa. Her hiitoiical memoir* ire of 

Ben Gorion. Vide Joseph Ben 

BBNjAkifir, Rabbi. Trareta of 
Rabbi Benjamin, Son of Jonah of 
Tudela ; through Europe, Aua, 
and Africa, from the ancient King- 
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China. Translated from the He- 
brew, with a Dissettation and 
Notes, by the Rev. B. Gerrona. 
London, 1783. 12mo. 5a. 



A very faithful translation of a curious 
but fictitious narrative, written to lift up 
the sinking spirits of his countrymen. It 
will be found in Harris and Pinkerton's 
Collections of Voyages and Travels. 

Benloe, Wm. Reports en le 
Regnes de. Henry VIII. Edward 
VI. Philip et Mary, at Elizabeth. 

In this edition there is a vacancy, viz. 
pp. 44 to 88, and the 4 pages preceding 44 
are wrongly numbered. 

— and William Dalison. Re- 
ports des divers Pleadings et Cases 
en le Court del Common-bank, en 
le Regnes de les Roys Henry VII. 
Henry VIII. Edward VI. et les 
Reines Mary et Elizabeth. Lond 
1689. folio, 15s. 

Ben LOWES, Edward. Sphinx 
Theologica, seu Musica Templi, 
ubi Discordia Concors. Cantab. 
1626. 8vo. 

— Honorifica Armorum Cessa- 
tio, sive Pads et Fidei Associatio 
Feb. II. An. 1643. Svo. 

— Theophila, or Love's Sacrifice, 
a Divine Poem. Lond. 1652. folio. 

This very extraordinary and rare Book, 
is seldom found complete. 

TiUe. A. 2 leaves, f 2 leaves. ^^ 2 
leaves. ^^^ 2 leaves. B. 6 leaves. C. 
6 leaves — but between C. and C 2. should 
be inserted (c) 2 leaves, and (d) one leaf. 
It will be found by this arrangement, that 
all the catchwords agree. C — N, 6 leaves 
each ; sheet O, seven leaves, pages 123, 124, 
being double ; the first set not cont^iining 
engraved verses at the bottom of page 123, 
and the second set containing them ; the 
latter very rare. P — V, C leaves ; X — Nn, 
2 leaves each. The paging 1 — 268 com- 
mences on sheet D. 

Engi'avings and Decorationi, 

1. Portrait of Benlowes, surrounded by 
a wreath of laurel, beautifully etched 
(by Barlow). 

2. Opposite A 2. A Lady in a Winter 
habit, with a mask on, engraved by 

3. Canto I. The Prelibation to the Sa- 
crifice (stg. D. p« 1.) an engraving 
with eight verses at the bottom, com- 

** The Author musing, here survay.'* 

4. Canto 2. The Humitiation, with 
eight verses, commencing 

** Satan caused Eves, Eve Adams &11." 

5. At page 25. A wyod-cut^ (size of the 


page) Adam and Eve, and the Tree 
of Knowledge. The cut first oocnn 
in Barker's Bible, 1633, folio. 

6. P. 37, Canto 3 The Restaurmtion, 
with eight verses, commencing 

" Here Angels tender from the Side." 

7. P. 50, Canto 4. I'he InamoFation, 
with ei-'ht verses, commencing 

" The Soulc against Temptation fights." 

8. P. 67. Canto 5. The RepresenU- 
tion, with eigiit verses, commencing 

"View here the Author's high Designe." 
This plate is printed at the back of 
the letter-press of p. 65. 

9. Canto 6. The Association, with eight 
verses, commencing, 

" Here Abraham, David, Daniel stand." 

10. Canto 7. The Contemplation, without 
verses. (An angel, with an emblem of 
eternity in his hand, Theophila lookiqg 
upwards in' an attitude of adorattoo.) 

11. Canto 8. The Admiration, without 
verses. (1'heophila supported by two 
Angels ascending.) Tlie other half of 
the Engraving representing the Fall of 
the Wicked into Hell. 

12. P. 122—3. An Emblematical Femik 
Figure of Astronomy. 

13. Canto 9. The Recapitulation, (A 
Portrsut of Theophila treading on a 
serpent; a palm-branch and book&i 
her right hand, &c.) 'lliis |dateil 
larger than the others, and it very mc 

14. P. i61. Ludus Literarius Chriilii- 
nus, Anthreno-Tripsis seu CrabnNinii 
tritur Edw. Benlosii. An Ei^iraving 
surrounded by a border of flowenb 
with seven verses at bottom* very rue. 

15. Canto 10. The Abnegation. Tbs 
Author looking up to the Heaveiii» 
from which a hand, with au enDMem 
of Eternity, surmounted by a Crown, 
also a figure in armour, with a dMkf 
in the foreground. 

16. Canto 11, at the End, p. 20€. The 
Spring, an Engraving by HoUar, on 
the Letter- press. 

17. P. 209. Typus Orbis Terranim, (the 
two Hemispheres.) on the letter-proHL 

18 and 19. P. 210. 212. Two small En- 
gravings on the. letter- press. 

20. Canto 12. The Seioregation, a ftiit 
Etching, very rare. The author iathe 
country, discoursing with a ahephcrd» 

21. Canto 13. The Re-invitation. A 
Female Figure, in an attitude of 
Prayer. In the corner, on a icralit 
Theophila's Love Sacrifice, by Bdv» 
Benlowes, Esq. Lombart icuJ^ widi 
six Latin and six English rtnm, 
signed Jer. Collier. 

22. On p. 245. A wood-cttt of Q* Eliafc^ 
beth praying. 


23, 24. At end of the Toluiiie, two tingu- 

Ur Engravings, one by T.Cecill, A.D. 

1632» the other with a Monogram. 

The above collation was made from a 

copy supposed perfect, bat on comparing it 

with another formerly Mr. Inglis's, tlie fol- 

bwing additional engravings were found. 

This copy, it is said, cost the proprietor 60/. 

1. An Etching. Subject ; St Matthew, 
cfa.21, verse 28. 

2, 3, 4, 5. The Four Seasons, by Hol- 
kr, 3 quarter length; the regular set 

6. An Ei^raving; the day of Judgment 
In the comer at bottom " Vanitas vani- 
tat oia Vanitas," &c. 

7. The anthor in the Country conversing 
with a Shepherd. The same subject as 
in plate 20, but a different engraving. 

8. A curiou.i emblematical engraving al- 
lusive to the vanity of the world ; be- 
ing the bust of a female, a Cupid 
issuing from the forehead, the breast 
formed by globes, &c. very rare. 

9. An Engraving with a legend in the 
left comer, at the top, " the Extrava- 
gant Shepherd.'* 

10. A folded Engraving, at the left 
comer at bottom, " lanbattest laspers 
In, et Pe." 

11. An Engraidi>g intituled " A curious 
fnece of antiquity on the Crucifixion 
of our Saviour and the two Thieves." 

Ingis, 198, morocco, 4/. 18s. Bibl.- 
A^io-Poet 18, 8/. 19, SL 8s. Bindley, 
ft i. 189, 12L 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 437, 
(mid to be the most perfect copy in exist- 
OMe) 26/. 5s. 

Bek LOWES, Edw. Summary of 

dhrine Wisedome. Lond. 16^. 4to. 
In verse. Bindley, pt iv. 1076. 

— Oxonii Encomium. Oxon. 

1672. Folio. 

Four sheets, mostly in Latin verse. 

4 lie of Benlowes, with a list of his 
wbIu, will be found in Dr. Bliss's edition of 
Wsad's Fasti, iL 358-9. 

BiiiMETy Saint. The Rule of 

Srot Benet. Imprinted by Rych- 
e PynsoD, 1516. folio. 
Bbck letter, contains sign. O. 7. A 
Tiocite relating to the rule of St. Bennet 
«9be Ibvnd in ' Diners fruytful Ghostiy 
Maiefs,' printed by Caxton. 

— Rule of St Benedict, by C. 
F. Douay, 1638. 

Dedicated to ' Mrs. AnneCarie, daugh- 
Iv to die Lord Viscount of Faukland.' 
Aaelhs work, entitled ' Life and Bfirades 
tf It Benedict,' 1638, 12mo, with plates. 
Bttth, IMl, 9a. 6d. 

— Benjamiii. Memorial of the 
Refonnation, and of Britain's De- 



liverances from Popery and arbi- 
trary Power, with a Defence. Lon- 
don, 1721, 3. 8vo. 2 vols. 98. 

BeNNtT, Benjamin. Christian 
Oratory; or the Devotion of the 
Closet displayed. London, 1725. 
8vo. with portrait, by J. Pine, 6s. 

The work of a dissenting minister of con- 
siderable note, frequently reprinted. An 
edition 1732, Svo- 2 vols Williams, 165, 
21. A new edition, with an Appendix, 
1811, Svo. 2 vols. 12s. 

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HolBi I»l, II. Si. Drnry, 517, 
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Berkenhout, John, M.D. 
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— John. Oratio de vera Animi 
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Life and Death of Dr. James 
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— The Isle of Man, or the legal 
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-— John. Sexcentenary Table. 
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Berry, William. Introduc- 
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Bert, Edmund. Treatise of 
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Bert HOLD us, Andr. Vertaei 
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Betagh, William. Voyage 
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BiANCHA, John. Dissertation 
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— The old Testament, English 
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be ' ■ flnt rate and even unique ornament 

I of a theological colleiiion.' Sir M. M. 

; Sykea. pt. i. 47 1 , morocco, 81. Si. Goitett, 

, 500, rusna, 91. 19i. Od. For a further ac- 
count or thi) spleudid work >M. Bishop 

I Manh'i Diiinily Leclurcs, pari iL pp. 
ID5-S. MonlMy Review, vol. Iv. 92— 
100,lriT. 173— 82,321— B, and lir.121— 
31. To Dr. KennicoU'a Hebrew Bible, H. 
de Roni published an important aupple- 
meiit in 4 vols. 4to. printed at Parma, 

17e«-7, entitled, V«ri» LectiOMl Veleiii 
T«tKnenll.— &» Kennicott, B. 

Biblia Hebraica, or the He- 
brew Scriptures of the old Testa- 
mer.t, without Points, after the 
Text of Kennicott, with various 
Readings, and English Notei, by 
B. BoothroyJ, D.D. Poniefract, 
1810 — 16. 4lo. 2 vols. 3J, 13s. 6d. 

Thii fditioD, sccordiog lo Mr. Home, 
' ii peculiilly inlcrwting lo the Hebrew 
•cfaolar and critk, ** it contain!, in a ron- 
denied fbnn, (be inbilancc of t)ie n)»I 
valuable and exp«n«ve worlu. Xlie typ« 
U Tcry clear, and the poetical parti of tbe 
Hebreo Scriptural are printed in hemis- 
ticha, BccoTdiDg to the armngtmenl pto- 
poinl by Bp. Ixtirlb, and adopted by Abp. 
Newconie.' There are cople) an Lat}^ 
Paper in royal quarto. 

— Biblia Hebraica, ad Editio- 
nem Vanderhooght, k J. S. C. F. 
Prey. Uodiiii, 1812. 8vo. 2 vol*. 
2/. 2s. 

add to be rery iniomrt. hoyaL TAttK, 
31. St. 

— Biblia Hebraica, Versibus, 
Capitihus, et Seclionibui inter- 
stincta. LondJDi, 1822 and 1826. 
12mo. U. ts. 

Another e^don wu printed willioul the 
painti, R li. Both are on the bui> of 
TtndeiliDaght't, and owe their chaiac- 
ttr for accuracy to die talent and auiduity 
OT Henn. H. Jacob and J- Dalleniande. 
The vatiout resdingj of the Hebrew and 
Samaritan Pentateucli are given, together 
with the Matorelic notea, tenned Keri and 
Ketib. To tome copiet an Engliah veraion 
irili be found oppoilte, in othen a French, 
&c. An Engiiati and Hebre* edition of 
the Old Ttiliment wai pnbBihed b; Baga- 
t«r, 18!e, 12iiM>. if. 11a. 6d, 

— The Bible in the Arabic Lao- 
gnage. Newcaatle-opon-Tyne, 
1811. 4to. 189. 

Tlria edition wu luperln tended by the 
late AnWc prof^uor, the Rev. J. D.Car- 
lyle. Twelve cdpin were printed In iacge 
folio Ibr prnenti ; one of Eheie ta deponted 
In the Briltih IWuaeunt. Another el^anl 
edition, Newcaatie-upon-Tyne, 1816, 4to. 

— Vetns Teatamenbim SyriaCe, 
edidit Samuel Lee, A.M. Londini, 
1823. 4to. 

Thia edition waa printed under the pa- 
tronage of the Church WHionary Sodety, 
and at the enenae oT the Briliab and Fo- 
rdgn Btbl* Sodety. Three UBS. were 


collated for Ihia edMon, vis. 1. Thattma^t 
by the Rev. Dr. Buchanan from TranncoKt 
in the Eatt Indie*. 2. Another beioiigLv 
to the Rev. Dr. Adam Clarke. 3. One of 
the Syriac Pentateuch, In the Library of 
Mew College, Oxford. 

— Vetus Tcitamentum Graectim, 
ex Versione LXX. InUrprettim. 
In S. Biblia Graca Scholia, ic. 
Novi Test a men ti Libri omnes 
Gnece. Londini, 1653. 8vo. 3 vols, 
in 1. 10s. 6d. 

This edition, printed by Roger Daldel, 
which profewei lo follow aceutately the 
Roman edition of 15SB, haa bten ae«enly 
handled by Walton, Bo*, Maach and Harlct. 
According to Mr. Home, the editon have 
altered and interpolated tlie text in aevenl 
piacea, in order to bring it nearer to the 
Hebrew tent, and the modem Teidooi, 
4to. cdltioa. Drnry, 5ST, ISt. Heath, 
417, 18). 

— VetutTestamentumGitetiuDi, 
juxta Exemplar Vaticoaam. Can- 
tab. 1665. 12mo. 

Tlila Cambridge edition wai twice printed, 
Arat by John Field In IflflS, ajad then bf 
John Hayea In 1684, with the otigliMl date 
of laei. Prefixed la a learned pteftce of 
19 pigea, written by the celebrated BiAap 
Feeraon. Drury, 444, vrith the Otetk 
Teitament, Aportypha, and Lllorn. Ifc* 

— Vetus Teatamentum Qnece, 
ex antiqniss. Codice MS. Aluu- 
drino descnptum, Cura et Studio 
Joan. Ernesti Orabe. Oxonii. 
1707— 19. folio. 4 torn, in 3 Tolf. 
W. Hi. 6d. 

' Editio omnium editionsm ^ItnJlUe 


EiegantJam,' ftc. 
(.ARai rarxB. 3t 3>. An edition hi Ire. 
4Tsli.inS. IJ. 

— Vetus Testamentum Qrcconii 
cum variisLectii)nibus,edatL Rob. 
Holmes, et Jac. Parsona. Oxoo. 
1798—1827. folio. 5 vols. 

A truly valuable and aplendld editloa it 
the Septuagint veraion. Vol. L eanabdlg 
of 3 puU. wai pubiiahed ITSG, IMl, 
1804. Vol. ii. corapridng all theUelMlal 
bsoki fhini Juehoa to the aecond liMk if 
Chrouidea, indunvely; the acveiri tett 
culi of which were pnbliibed IdHmUIm- 
ing otder, ni.i Joihu* in ISIB; ialgm 
and RuUi in 1S12 ; 1 Klngt In ISl J; ud 
the five temainlng booha Id the few ane- 
ceeding yean, The third and tmtb i«- 
lumaa, canlainiog the lieok of JA I* A* 
Prophet Jcreni^ were pabliilwd ial»— 
IS; and the — 



which oontaini the Apocryphal booki, be- 
tween the yean 1825 and 1827. Forcha- 
racten and critiquca of thia magiuficent 
nndntakiag aw Bishop Manh'i twelfth Lec- 
ture; Eclectic Reiriew ii. part. i. 85—90, 
214—21, 267—74, 337—48; Clauical 
Joiinial,iz. 475— 9,xiz. 367—72; Home's 
IntrodoeCioc to the Scriptures, ii. appendix, 
37— 8b 

— Vetus Teatainentum Greecum, 
juxia Exemplar Vaticanuniy ex 

Editione Lamb. Bos. Oxon. 1805. 
8fo. 5 vols. 

An d^gant, acciualet and commodious 
editioo, printed in columns. 

— Vetus Testamentum e Co- 
dice MS. AlexandriDO, qui Lon- 
dini in Bibliotheca Musei Britan- 
nici assenratur, Typis ad Simi- 
litadiaem ipsius Codicis Scriptum 
fideliter descriptum, Cura et Lahore 
Henrici Herveii Baber, A.M. Lon- 
dini, 1816-28. imperial 4U). 4 

Thu edition ezhiUta a bithfiil fiK-rimile 
of the eelchrated Alexandrian manuscript, 
the canliat existing of the Scriptures ; it 
wu printed at the public ezpence, under 
die eonmnl of the Trustees of the British 
Mbkiub. The tfiree fint volumes comprise 
the catire text of the septuagint ; and the 
faurth eontaina the notes and the prolego- 



On PAPBa, 250 copies were printed, 

tad on VBLLVic ten copies, and which 

ue thna diipoaed : The library of King 

Georie III. The Imperial library at Vienna. 

The Bihlioch6queduRoi at Paris. TheAbp. 

ofCameAary. The Duke of Devonsliire. 

Thb eopy la fire inches taller than any of 

fhc rteta. £ari Spencer. John Dent, Esq. 

Sir M. M. Sykes, Bart. Archdeacon Us- 

sbcr. Rev. H. H.Baber. The publication 

price ei ike work complete upon vellum, 

is 184 girfncaay and on peper, 30/. 15s. 

The New Testament, which completes 
tikb ediikm of the Scriptures, was published 
by Woide, tide TesL Nov. Or. Woide.1786. 

— Veins Testamentum^ secun- 
dom Exemplar Vaiicanum. Acce- 
dontvariae LectioneseCodice Alex- 
udnno, nee non Introductio J. B. 
Cirpoofii. Oxon. 1817. 8vo. 6 
Tob. II. 7s. 

Ahmdiemely printed and accurate edi- 
iSsa. The intioduction is extracted firom 
(W ncend and third chapters of Carpao- 
^ Crific-a Sacra. Put HL large paper, 
^k Ototj. 446, ruaria, 81. 88. >Vil- 
^ Iff, with Oriedwch's Testament, 

— Vetus Testamentum Greecum. 
Londiniy 1819. 8vo. 

An elepmtly executed volume correctly 
printed after the editions of HolmesandBos. 

— Vetus ac Novum Testamen- 
tum Greecum cum variis Lectioni- 
bus Millii et Griesbachii. Londini, 
1826. 12mo. 1/. 6s. 

Copies of this edition published by Mr. 
Bagster, have also been printed with the au- 
thorised English version on the opposite 
page, W. 16s. 

— Vetus Testamentum juxta 
Exemplar Vaticanum. Glasguss, 
1822. l8mo. 3 vols. 1 8s. and Lon- 
don, 1 vol. 12mo. 1827. 18s. 

This very neat edition was printed at the 
university preu, at Glasgow. 

Biblia Latina. — Sacres Bibliee 
Tomus. Excudebat Thomas Bar- 
tbolctus. 1585. 4to. 

The first Latin Bible printed in England. 
Copies are in the British Museum and Bod- 
leian libraries. 

•— Testameiiti Veteris Biblia 
Sacra, Latini recens ex Hebrseo 
facti, bievibusque Scholiis illus- 
trati ab Imm. Tremellio et Franc. 
Junio: acccsserunt Libri Apocry- 
phi, Latini redditi et Notis quibus- 
dam aucti, a Fr. Junio. Londini, 
1580. 8vo. lOs. 6d. 

First London edition of this version which 
was made under the direction of the Elec- 
tor Palatine, Frederick III. Reprinted 
with Beza*s Testament, 1581, 8vo. 1585. 
8vo. 1593, foUo, 12s. 1640, with an^- 
graved titie page, by Marshall, 12mo. 5s. 
1650, 12mo. 1661, Svo. 1680, 12mo. 

Biblia Sacra ex Sebastiani Cas- 
tellionis Interpretatione ej usque 
postrema Recognitionc. Londini, 
1724. 12mo. 4 vols. 15s. 

This edition of Cajttalio's Bible is printed 
without the notes usually accompanying the 


This version was attacked both by Catho- 
lics and Protestants. Castalio publbhed a de- 
fence of himself and his work in 1562, 1 2mo. 

Biblia Sacra Vulgata. Londiniy 
1836. 12mo. 188, 

Bagiter*s esteemed edition. 

— Annotationes in V'etus Testa- 
mentum, et in Epistolam ad Ephe- 
sios, incerto Autore : c Bibliotheca 
Johannis Archiep. Eboracensis in 
Lucem erut«. Cantabr. 1653.8vo. 

A copy is in the British Museum. 

168 BIB 

— DitquisitioDeB criticte du 
variiti per divcrsa Loca et Tempore 
Biblioruro Editionibus. LoDdint, 
1684. 4io. 6i. 

BiBLiA. The Bible, that is, the 
holy Scripture of the old and new 
Testament, faitlifully and truly 
translated out or Douche and Latyn 
iDto Englishe. | Zurich, by Chr. 
Froschover] 1535. folio. 

r, prl.,1, 

n dDub 

in B Ibrfigu iccrelary-golhic-lype, niih 
vrood-cuu, by Hans Stbsid Behui. 
Ihii am ProtnUnttnnilaikHioribe whole 
Bible li contidercd u the JiHnl produclion 
of Tyndal oiidCowrdilc. Il i> uid thai 
only two pcifecl copie* exiat ; one in tbv 
Britiih Miucum, llie olb«r in die library oi' 
Lord Jerwy. Denyer, 17, iniperfrct, 39J. 
ISi. Dent, pL I. 330 (the title and liro fol- 
lowing learn aupplied by S9 fac-iimilei.) 

CUIult.m. Wond-cul tillc; dEdication to 
ILHenry VIII. Spp. 'A prologe to the rea- 
der,' 6 pp.; ' The tioket of Ihe hole Byble.' 
2 pp. 'TheconWntes of the bake ofGeneus,' 

. ge. The firtt bouk ot Mosea, &c. fol. . 
ic. (then Bhould follow, according in Her- 
bert, amapoflbe Holy Land.) ' The wconil 
pwte oflbe Olde TeiUmenl,' Josua, &c to 
H«attr, fol. ii— CXI. Job, Hrc to • Salomon's 
twleltei,' Tol. i— m. • All the Proplietes in 
Bogllahe,- foL il—cii. ' Apocripha,' fol.ii 
—liixiii. faljcly numbered liui. Then 
Ibllowa a blank teaf. ' The Newe Teita- 
roenle,' fol. ii— eiili. on the revere of the 
iut ia ' Piynted in ifae yeare of oure Lordt 
H.D.xxxv. and fyniihed the fourth daye oi 
October,' A full page contains 57 linct 
The dedication, prulugue, and contents of 
Qcneiit, are printed in a different type, 
there are KparaCe title pa;e« W the fire 
boolu tbimed of the wood-cuti which de. 
coraleihebook.eiduilTeofthe general title, 

Sm Dr. Cotton's List of Edliioni of the I 
BRileS— 1, 8S— 6, 90, »8— B, and 111—2, 
Ame*' Typ. Aniiq, by Merbtn, iii. 15(4, S. ! 
Bibl. Harleiana, i. -lo. I5S, Bibl. Spencer, i, 
78 — SI. Abp,New<»nie'sHiiior. View, 39 | 
— 33,Lenii' 
doni of the Bible, 91—104. Home's Iniro- 
dnGdontatbeSctipCurti,ii. appendix 60—1 

-- The Byble, whieh ig the holy 
Scripture : in which are contayned 
the olde and newe Testament truely 
and pti rely tra nutated intoEnglysh, 
by Thomas Matihew. 1537. folio. 

Black letter, with marginal annotalioni 
and wood cuta In aereral parta. The Can~ 
tidea lie printed In red and black ; the 
■r«aU In die OotUe letter. ThU Bible wm 


' printed by Grafton and Whilchnrehdtbcrat 
I Hamburg, Hilbarow,oiPaiia.Ilnile*bal 
I little IVora Tyndal's and Carenlale'i trwida- 
, lion ; andlhelewemendationaudadditlani 
which it contain!, were lupplied by John 
RogEri, who lupetintended the publicukn, 
I auiiming the name of Matthew. Copie* 
' ate in the Britiali Muieum, Lambeth, Bod- 
leian, Si. Finl'a, Sie. libiuie*. Sotbcby'a 
in June, 1S22, t9i. ig>. Denyer, 18, (front. 
' and concluding leaf, MR.) 331. 13a. Or 
M, M.Sykea,pt.i,<]13,7Sf. ISi. 

CelUiai,. Title,inredandb:ack, within 
a wood engraving, at the bottom in larg* 
characters ' Set forth with the Kbgei moil 
gracyoui licence i" A cslendoraDl almaoM 
for 18 years, beginning 1538,' 4 pag«i 'An 
eiliortadon to the study of the holy Scrip- 
turet,' 1 pa^ei ' The inmineandcaolentor 
. all the hoIyScripIure,'Spagei;dedica|]oato 
K. Henry VllLSpagei) ' To the Chryrten 
readen,'aiid a ' Table of prindpd matten,* 
, together 2e pageai ' The Names of all llw 
bokes of the Byble,' &c 1 page, on the le- 
] verse of which ia a wood engraving of AdJM 
, sndEveinParadite: Geneiit to Salomon'! 
■ Ballet, fol. i— ccilvii. A title, ' The Vf 
phetes in £nglisli,' in black and red, b*- 
I tween IC wood cuts ; • Eaay,' &c U Uah- 
I chy, ful. i— xciiii. )' ■ The volume of tke 
I buke) called Apocripha,' &c in red and 
I black, between 13 wood cuti; Eadna, fte. 
to 2 Maccabees, fol. I<— luii. One blank 
Meat 'The Newe Testament — H. a 
I iixtii.' in red and black, wiLhln the mat 
wood- engraving ai that to tlie O, T. St. 
' Matthew to Beielatjoni, whh Ublei of the 
Bpiitles, foLii— di. On the next and IM 
leafiithcimprintwithtbe date otu.njiaS. 
A full page contain! 60 lineL 

Sic Dr. Cotton's Lilt, 4, 88, SB, 111-*. 

Bibl. Hiri. 1 

431-6, Kbdin'! Libr. Comp. S»— L 
DibiUn'! jEdeiAlthorp. i.63-3. Bp.Ta«- 
line'a Cbr. Theol. ii. 9. Abp. KewoMM^ 
liitt. View, 3«-_42. Lewi.'. HiXery, IW 
—12, Hunie'. Introd. 11. appendli, M-l. 

— The Byble, that ia the onUe 
iind newe Teetaraet faithfullj trant- 
latedinto Bng^lish. SouthwEirke,bj 
James Nicolson, 1537. folio. 

A copy of thh edition i> in the BipdH 
Museum, BristoL 
Str, Dr. Cotton's List, p. 4. . 

— The Byble, &c. Southwaikc, 
by James Nycolion, 1537. 4to. 

Callatim. Title, canprehendin^ HBMi 
eodo. d within an arabesque bvdv) 
ninients, 3 pages j Coverdale'. addiMi M 
(lie King and ■ unto the CtulHan >«*dei' 
fullow, then two leave* of acalaidui Om 
the text, fol. i — ccxiriL ' Ihethyrdaputrf 
the ohle Teaunente,' Ac Job, Ac. U.B— 
:lixlx, 'ThcnewTcitamtDVwftlialM 


letornnmcnb, coodnding at fol. cxzufi. 
then two leaves of a uble, dosing the volume 

Set Ames, by Dibdin, Hi. 51, 52. Bibl. 
Uari. no. 288. ^des Altborp. L 61-2. 

— The Bible, by Thomas 
Matthew (1538) folio. 

A reprint of the edition of 1537, with 
some variation. Set Dr. Cott6n's List, 
p. 5. 

— The Bvble in Englyshe, 
truly translated after the Veryte of 
the Hebrue and Greke Textes, by 
y'dylygent Studye of diuerse ex- 
cellent learned Men, expert in 
the forsayde Tonges. Prynted 
by Rychard Grafton and Ed- 
ward Whitchurcbe, 1539. foho. 
18/. 185. 

BladL letter, with wood cuts, printed 
ondcr the direction of Coverdale and pa- 
tnoage of Cranmer, containing some im- 
prsvcnent of Matthew's translation. It is 
gencnlly called the Great BiUe, and is sup- 
posed to be the same which GraAou ob- 
dined lesve to print at Paris in 1538. 
The preftee vras written by Abp. Cranmer, 
It shiMild foem, according to Dr. Combe, 
tkst two copies of this Bible, of which 2500 
e^iei were printed, are rarely found alike. 
Copici are in the British Museum, Lam- 
beth, and St. Pool's libraries, and one on 
Tellnm b In the Dbrary of Peterhouse Coll, 

CtfiUtim. Title in blade and red, on the 

reverse ' Ae bames of all the books' ; * Ka- 

lendar and almanac* (beginning 1539) four 

(; 'Anezliortacyon,'&c. 1 page; '.The 

and oontente,' 2 pages; ' A Prolo- 

1 P>S« * * A description,' &c. 

Genesis, fol. i— Ixxxuii ; < The 

of the Byble,' Sec in black and 

16 wood cuts. Joshua, &c. 

. ' The thiide parte,' &c. 

betwMB l€ Afferent wood cuts. Psalms to 

MabeU, fid. li— czzxiiiL ; 'The volume of 

the boofces, called Hagiographa,' in black 

sad rrdy within the same title as at the be- 

gianag, on the reverse is an address to the 

nadcr; Eadras, &c IbL U— bu; < The Newe 

Tctttmcnt,' ftc. In black and red, between 

Bine laigcr wood cuts ; St. Matthew, &c 

ial* ft— ^fii' the last two containing tables 

«f ike epistles and gospels. On the last is 

* t^aiiilMd in AprylCanno M.ccccc«xxxix.' 

iUp^gt haa 6S fines. The engraved 

^ piges are aM. to have been designed 


Sa Dr. Cotton's List, e, 86, 92, 101-3, 
117-4. fibl. HarL L no. 159. Ames by 
1^ iiL 4ZS -40. Beloe's Anecdotes, 
^S13. Bp.Toinliiics's 

BIB 169 

Abp. Newcome's hist. View, 43 — 5. Lewis' 
History, 122—9. Home's Introduction ii. 
appendix, 62-3. 

— The Byble, &c. London, by 
Edward Whitchurch, 1539. fol. 

Second edition of Cranmer's Bible. A 
copy is in Sion College Library. Accord- 
ing to Lewis the numbers of the folios of 
the two editions stand thus : 

1st. 2d. 
Tom. 1 81 84 

2 123 123 

3 134 132 

4 61 80 

5 102 103 

St8 Dr. Cotton's List, p. 6. Lewis' His- 
tory, 129-30. 

— The most sacred Bible, trans- 
lated into Engl y she and newly 
recognised with great diligence 
after most faithful Exemplars, by 
Richard Taverner. London, by 
John Byddcll for Thomas Barthlett, 
1539. folio. 

Black letter. First edition of Taverncr's 
Bible. Copies are to be found in tho 
British Museum, and Bodleian libraries. 
Denyer, 19, (title wanting, and ending with 
the second boke of the Maccabees) 8/. 8s. 

Collation, Title. A dedication to the king. 
An exhortation to the study of the holy 
Scriptures. The summe and content of all 
the holy Scripture. The names of all the 
bokes, &c. A briefe rehersall declarynge 
how long the world hath endured, &c. A 
Table of the principal matters. Genesis to 
Solomon's song, fol. i. — ccxxx. Then fol- 
lows on a separate leaf, ' The bokc of the 
Prophetes, Esaye,' &c. Esaye to Ma- 
lachy, fol. ii— Ixxxxi. ; on a separate leaf, 
*The volume of the bokes allied Apo- 
cripha.' Esdras, &c. folio i — Ixxv. A 
blank leaf. After which the title of the 
new Testament, within an architectural 
compartment. St. Matthew, &c. fol i — 
d. Tables of Epistles, &c. 3 leaves, not 
numbered; on the last is the date of 
M.D.XXXIX. This edition has no wood 
cuts. In the margin are notes, references, 
and pointing hands, and the running titles 
and titles of chapters are in Roman letters. 
A full page has 68 lines. 

Set Dr. Cotton's List, 6, 86-7, 92-3, 
102, 117. Ames, by Dibdln, iii. 394-5. 
BibL Harl. no. 160. Beloe's Anecdotes, ii. 
313. Dibdin's Lib. Comp. 30 ~ I. Abp. 
Newcome's hist. View, 46 — 8. Lewis' 
History, 130-4. Home's Introduction, ii. 
appendix, 63—4. 

Dr. Cotton thus briefly notices, * Bible 
recognised by Richard Taverner. London, 




by John Bydell, for Tho. Berthelet, 1539, 
4to. and an imperfect copy of the Bible, as 
set forth by Abp. Cranmer. Southwark, 
by J. Nicolson, 1539 ? 4to. is described in 
Dr. Dibdin's edition of Ames* Typogra- 
phical Antiquities, iii. 57-8. 

— The Byble in Englyshe, 
with a Prologe thereunto, made by 
Thomas [Crhnnier| Archebysshop 
of Cantorbury. Printed by Ed- 
ward Whitchurch, 1540. royal folio, 
10/.' lOs. 

ITie preface by Archb. Cranmer is re- 
printed in the third volume of * The Fathers 
of the Engiish Church,' Some copies of 
this edition have ' Hichard Grafton* as the 
printer, others are dated * Apryll, 1540,' 
and others, ' May, 1541.* Copies are in 
the British Museum, Bodleian, Lambeth, 
Sion College, and in £arl Spencer's Col- 
lection. Two are known printed on vel- 
lum, one in the British Museum, which 
formerly belonged to King Henry VIII. the 
other in St. John's Coll. Library, Cam- 

Collation . — The title is within the compart- 
ment of the edition of 1 539, except that Lord 
Cromwell's arms' are here defaced and the 
shield is left blank. After the title follows 
' A prologue or preface,' &c. by Cranmer, 6 
pages ; ' The names of all the bokes,' 
l|page ; Genesis, &c. fol. I — Izxxiiii. ; * The 
aeconde parte,' &c. Josua, &c. fol. ii — 
cxziii. ; * The thyrde parte,' &c. Psalms, 
&c. fol. ii — cxxxii. ; * The volume of bokes 
called Hagiographa.' Esdras, &c. fol, ii — 
Ixxx. ' The newe Testament,' title in a 
comfHurtment, as at the beginning; St, 
Matthew, &c. fol. ii^^ii ; two leaves of 
tables, not numbered. A full page con- 
tains 62 lines. 

See Dr. Cotton's list. 6-7, US. Bibl. 
JEdti Allhorp. i. 63. Lewis' History, 134 
—7. Ames, by Dr. Dibdin, iii. 440, 441-2, 

An edition of Cranmer's Bible was pub- 
lished in 1541, some copies of which ac- 
cording to Dr. Cotton, were ' fini&hed in 
November j 1540.' Dr. Dibdin in the JEdei 
Althorp. i. 64, notices an edition of 1540, 
by Whitchurch, * Fyniasbed in July.' 

«- The Byble in Englyshe, 
truly translated after the Veryte 
of the Hebrue and Greke Textes, 
by the diligent Studye of dyuers 
excellent leraed Men, experte in 
the fore sayde Tongues. London, 
by Thomas Petyt and Roberte 
Redman, for Thomas Berthclet, 
1540. folio. 


Copiei are in the Bridsh Muteam, St 
Paul's, and Emanuel College Cambridge* 

CoUatuffi. — Title, and the following pre- 
fixes, vis. an almanackc, 1540-68, a kakndar 
for the 12 months, the names of the booki, 
and contents of the chapters, and a short 
prol(^^e, — leaves; Genesis to Job, fol. 1 — 
ccxiiii. ; The Psalter of David to the end of 
the books called Hagiographa, fol. i — 
CCxxvij. (folio C Ixii is omitted.) The new 
Testament ends on fol. C.ij. dien follows % 

See Dr. Cotton's List, 7. Ames by Dibr 
din, iii. 233, 309-11. Dibdin's Lib. Com. 
31. Lewis' History, 139-40. 

— The Bible, in Five Parts 

or Volumes. London, by Rob. Red* 

man, 1640. l6mo. 

Abo printed by Day and Serea, in 1549. 
of which no complete copy is known. Set 
Ames by Dibdin, iii. 935. 

— The Byble in Englyshe of 
the largest and greatest Volume, 
oversene and perused at the Co* 
maudemet of the Kynges Hyghnes, 
by Cuthbert (Tunstall), Bysshop 
of Duresme, and Nicolas (Heath), 
Bisshop of Rocheiiter. Printed 
by Edwarde Whitchurch, 1541. 

Copies are in Lambeth, St. PauTs, Skm 
Coll. and other Libraries, Dr. Cotton con* 
ceives this to be the edition 1540. the titk 
and last leaf only being reprinted. 

Collation. — Title, in black and red, mXUbka 
thewoodcut of the editions 1539 and 1540; 
a calendar and almanack in red and black, 4 
pages; Cranmer's preface, 6 pages; Gene- 
sis to Deuteronomy, fol. i — InxziilL ; ' Tke 
seconde parte of the Byble,* &c. within 16 
woodcuts. Josua to Job, fol. ii~cui3.{ 
* The thyrde parte.' Psalms to MalacU, 
fol. ii — cxxxii. Apocrypha ( title waotii^) 
fol. ii — Ixxx.; St. Matthew, &c. (title lraB^ 
ing) fol. ii^>ciiL falsely numbered cSBi 
One more of table not nninbercd. Oft dM 
reverse of this last is ' Fynysihed in }Uj% 

See Dr. Cotton's List, 7-8, 118-9. BQl 
Harl. na 164. 

— The Byble in Englyshe of 
the largest and greatest Volttne, 
ouersene and perused at the 
Comaundement of the Kyngei 
Hyghnes, by Cuthbert [Tonstall] 
Byshop of Duresme, and Nieolii 
[Heath], Bisshop of Rochester. 
Printed by Richanle Orafton» 1541. 
folio, black letter, with wood 



Copia are m die Britkh Moseniii, Bed- 
im, and Sl Pliurs libnrict. 
rwifl(Mi^-.Title in bbckaad icd, within 
a wood eat, on the re«ene * The names of all. 
the books* ; calendar and almanac, 4 pages; 
Ciamnci^s prologne, 6 pages ; Genesis to 
DentcronooBj, Ibl. i - Ixxii. ; The seconde 
Fute of the Byblr, &c. within 16 wood 
cotB. Jusoa to lob, IbL ii — cviiL ' The j 
ftyrde parte,' frc. ; Psalms to Malacfay ! 
lbl.n..€zvi.; ' Theiui parte,' &c; Esdras, 
ta S Macabees, fol. ii — Izx. &lsely num- 
bcted Izz i. < The newe Testament ;' St 
Matthew, Ac. fol. ii — xdL On the reverse 
of the last leaf is ' Fyny<hed in Norewber. 
Aano Ujcccccxli.* A full page contains 



Sev Dr. Cotton's List, 7, 1 1 9-SO. Ames 
by DibdiB,iii. 443-4. Beloe's Anecdotes, 
iL 114. BIU. Harl. 165. LewU History, 

— llie Byble in Englyslie, 
drc. after ihe Translacion appoint- 
eil to be read in the Churches.— 
London, by Edward Wbitchurchey 
1549. folio. 

A reprint of Cnnmer's edition of 1541, 
which according to Dr. Cotton was cer- 
Huily printed at two different presses. 
Some copies appear with the name of Rich. 
Gnftoo, as the printer. Copies are in the 
Bodleian, Exeter Coll. All Soul's Coll. Li> 
fefaricsy Oxford, and in the Baptist Mn- 

Cfilimtimt, — Title, in black, within a wood 
cat ooatalning the king's arms at the top ; 
Craniaei's prok^gue, 7 pages ; ' The summe 
■ad eootcnt of all the holy Scripture,' &c. 2 
pigcs. ' An exhortacion to the studye/ &c. 
1 page : Genesis to Deuteronomy, fol. i — 
inS. ' The seconde parte of the Byble,' 
IccIb a eompartment made up of xi wood 
ctt; IflMia to Job, ibl. ii-— cxlii.; < The 
Ayrie parte/ &c. ; Psalms to Malachy, fol. 
il — ohJE.; ' Apogrypha. The fourth 
parte of the Bible'; Esdras, &c.— 
xcris ' The newe Testament/ &c. between 
If wood-cats, on the rererse begins ' A 
TsUe/ which occupies 3 pages; St. Mat- 
thcwv, frc. foL i — cxtI. A rail page con- 

5si Dr. Cotton's List. 9, 120-1. Bibl. 
HaL now 166. Ames by Dibdin, ilL 467, 
4H Brit. Bibl. iL 11. LewU' History, 


— The Byble, now lately 
^ greate Industry and Diligece 
xeeoioiied (by Edin. Becke, after 
Tuernerlf Recognition.) Lend. 
^ JhoD Daye and William Seres, 
1549. folio. 

Black letter, with wood cuts throughout. 
This edition contains Tyndal's prologues. 
At the beginning of the psalms is a wood- 
cut, occupying the whole breadth of the 
page : and before each gospel is the figurt 
of the writLr, executed in a different style 
from the other cuts. To that of St Mark 
is affix d the engraver's mark L F. Copies 
are in the Lambeth, British Museum, and 
Bodleian Libraries. Bp. Kandolph, 372, 
(one leaf wanting) 6L 10s. Willett, 291, 
russia, 10/. 10s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pL i. 
614, nJ8»ia. 31/. 10s. 

Ctiilatum. — Title, in red and black, on the 
reverse is ' An Almanac for xxix years ;' ' Ca- 
lendar,' 2 leaves; * An exhorution,' &c. 'The 
summe and content/ &c. 1 leaf ; ' Dedica- 
tion by £dn). Becke,' 3 pages ; ' A descrip- 
tion & successe,* &c. 1 page ; ' A Table 
of the principal n^atters,' &c. ' A perfect 
supputation of the yeres from Adam unto 
Christ/ &c. together 12 leaves; 'Apro- 
loge,' *\ Agister,' 2 leaves. All these 
pieces occupy 20 leaves. Genesis to Deu- 
teronomy, fol. i — IxxxtL 'The seconde 
parte of the Byble' vrithin a compartment 
containing 4 historical cuts ; Josua to Job, 
fol. ii^cxiii. < The thyrd parte/ Psalms 
to Malachi, fol. ii^cxlv. In this part are 
two leaves not numbered, between IbL 
xlviii and xlix. * The volume of the bokes 
called Apocrypha/ &c. on the reverse is an 
address to the reader; Esdras, &c. foL U — 
Ixxvi. ' The newe Testament,' in a com- 
partment, with the four Kvangelists at the 
comers. ' William Tyndale unto the 
Christen Reader/ &c. fol. ii^cxxl. Table, 
two leaves. Fol. Ixxxv. is omitted. The 
titles, notes and references are wholly In 
the Gothic character, and a full pago con- 
tains 65 lines. 

See Dr. Cotton's List. 9, 114-5. Ames 
by Dibdin, iv. 57-8. Bibl. Uari, no. 197. 
Lewis' History, 177—9. 

— The Byble, whych is all the 
holy Scripture. By Thomas Mat- 
thewe, 1537. London, by Thomas 
Raynaldeand William Hyll, 1649. 

Black letter. Reprinted froni the edi- 
tion of 1537, with some alterations, and 
published by Edmund Becke. The num- 
bering of the leaves is very clumsy and 
confused through the whole of the volume : 
the types are rude and much battered, 
and the composition is very faulty. Co- 
pies are in the Lambeth and St Paul's 

CMatioru — Thetitie; a calendar and alma- 
nac, 4 pages ; ' Ane exhortation,' 1 page ; 
' The summe and contente,' &c. 2 pages: ' A 
desdfpdoQ and successe/ &c. 2 pages i 
* To the rtader,' 1 paga. 'A table of foin- 
dpal matters.' 27 pages. ' The names of 

172 BIB 

mil Ihc boko,' &c. ' A brief ctheuial of , 
the yfarei psMed,' Src. ' Uuio the re»iler | 
W. T/ 3 pi«ea i Ceneiia to Job, folio i— I 
ccUiil. fkliely numbered ccKliiii. ; Pulmi < 
10 Mmlachi, fol. i — ccxvi. Talsely numbered I 
rriii. The Apocrypha, Tol. ccxvii. — cccil- 
Title of the N'ew Tosltment, in bLack ! 
within > cumpartment ; St. Mallhen 1o the i 
Acta, fol. it — liivi- Tyiidal'i prologue to 
(be Epiatle lo the Romana, 4 tea>« not 
numbered. The Kpialle lo tin Komans, 
Ice. Ibl. i — ilviii. A full page conlains 53 

Sti Dr. Collon'a LiaL B, Ill-l. Bibl. 
Harl. n*. IBS. Amea, by Dibdin, iii. 570. 
Dibdin'i Lib. Comp. 32. Lewia Hiitory, 

— The Bible, in Five PmrU 
or Volumes. LondoD, by Jhon 
Day and Wylliam Seres, ]549. 

Tbiaediaonb thus divided: l.ThePen- 
Uleuch. 1. The Bake of Josna-The Soke 
of Hiob. 3. The Faalter— The Boke of 
the Prophet Maladii. 4. The Boket called 
the Apocrypha — The Ihyrd Booke of the 
Machabeea. <1he first tranglation of thai 
book in Eogtiah.) 5. The new Tcalament. 
Each part baa a title page and a colophon. 
S« Amea, by Dibdin, iv. SS— 9. The ae- 
cond and fourth part Williami, 194, mo- 

. rocco, 71. 2a. 6d. Put 2. Sir H. M. Sykei, 
pt. i. 2S3, 3L 13a. 6d. 

■ ■ Dr. Cotton noticea two other edition* of 
lh« Bible in 1S4S, 4to. one printed for 

■John Cawood, the other by Richard Graf- 
ton. A copy of the latter la in ihe Baptiat 
Huaeum, Bristol. 

— The Bible in Englishe ac- 
cordbge to the Traii^lacioo that 
is appointed to be redde in the 
Churches. Printed by Ed. Whyt- 
churche, l£50.4to. 

A copy ia in SL Paul'a Library. It com- 
mencea with .\bp. Craimier'i ' Prologue lo 
the reader;' 'The Summe and calent of 
all the b«1y Scripture:' ' The namea of the 
bookea of Ihe Bible,' It hia title pagei 
also belbre Joauo, The Fulmei, and The 
Volume of Ihe bookea, called Hagio- 
grapha, likewiae The newe Testament in 

Set Dr. Cotton'i Liat, 10. Amei by 
Dibdin, ill. 495. Lewii' Hiatory, 183. 

— The whole Byble, faylhfuliy 
.' translated into Englyshe, by Myles 
, Cpverdale, and newly oversene and 

conecte. M.D.L. Prynted for 
Andrewe Hester (1550) 4to. 

laSklpton'a TiaTda, among the Chnrcb- 

ill Colleclion, vol. vi. IBS, tbia edition it 
laid to be 'printed at Zuricb, by Chriatnplm 
Forahower, IS Aujpiit, I5S0.' Dr.CMton 

observea that ' pertiipa the preliminary 
piecei were printed in London ; bnt Ih* 
body of Ihe Hork ia unqueitionably of fo- 
reign Ivpogmphy.' Hollia, 193, title MS. 
morocco, 91.5b. 

Ciifl<iiii>iF. Title, witliin an archllectunl 
comparimeul ; ' The boke* of the hcJe 
Byble,' 1 page; dedication to King Edward 
VI. 4 pagei; ' Mylei Coieidale to the 
Christen reader,' 5 pagei; almanac te 
fourteen yeara, beginning 1550, and ca- 
lendar, 4 pages. Ceneint to 'i. Haccsr 
beea, fol. i.— ciccxdv. ; St. Malthew, &e. 
fol.i— cixi.; Tsblea, 3 leavn, not bod* . 
bered. The Apocrypha begina on fol. ccce. 
and a full page coulaiiu 50 linei. 

S« Dr. Cotton'a List, 10—1 1, Bl-1, 101. 
112. Amea by Dibdin, iii. 335-6. Lewb' 
Hiatory, 182-3. 

— The Bible: set furthe accord- 
ing to the Coppy of Thomii 
Mathew's Translation [by Edm. 
Becke]. London, by Jhoo Daye, 
1551. folio. 

Matthew'a edidoo, widi antne rariadao, 
and an addition of the third book of Ot 
Maccabeea, by Edmond Becke. It eoa- 
taina Tyndal'a prologuea, and haamargiBd 
notea, referencea,and pointing handa. RTaiy 
part ii in Ihe Gothic Idler, and at tke be- 
ginning of each Ooapel ia a wood cot, Co- 
piea are in the Briliah Muaenm, I^ur 
bclh, St. Faul'a, and Bodlnan UbnlM; 
Denycr,21,(amileimperfect,Hl IU.U. 
Sotheby'a in 18S4, (title and index w«BI- 
jOg), 301. 

Odltlum. Title, wiihin a compMtBaat, 
baring the king'i armi and iidtiali at Or 
lop, and John Daye'i device or rebiu al da 
bollom; 'To Ihe Chriaten reader'. • A Ta- 
ble of the principal matters.' ftc. 'Agaate 
yng of cerlaynehaidewordei,' ftc 'Aqci- 
hortalion loihe sludye of Ihe Holy SciipMn,' 
' The lunime and content of alldie lUy 
Scripture." 'A supputadon of yerea," k 
' The names of all Ihe bookea,' »e. ' i i 
regyater,' &c. ' A deacripdon and BC> ' 
<xae of the kyngea of Juda ft Uioua- ' 
lem,' Sic. W. Tyndal'a prologoe. Tbw 
preliminary piecei occupy 19 lanf% b*- 
aidc) the title. Geneda to DenteraooDyi 
fol. 1— Uziiiii. • The aecond parte.' iiMa 
to Job, fol. ii — cniL • The thirde pans.' 
Paalms to Malachi, Ibl. i—ciUi. .■ Tb 
volume of the bakes called ApoeripU,' W 
Ihe reveiM, ■ a prologs in the nate-' 
iil Eidns, to ill Macniwet, fU. Il--bid 
■ The newe Teatasienl, &c AunolUUX' 
Tyndal's ptologue to Rorebuiias, td- 1- 
leriit. Tab1eiofepiatltt,ftc]leBrM. A 
(ill] p^« containi OT lints. 


See Dr. Cotum't List, 12, 1 15-6. Ames 
by Dibdin, W. 65-6, Bibl. Harl. no. 170. 
Beloe's Anecdotes, iL 315. Lewis History, 
1S9.90. 2Bde« Althorp. 1164>5. 

Dr. Cotton mentions a donbtful edition. 
London, by Jobn Daye, 1551, 12roo. 

— The whole Byble, after the 
Translacion of Tho. Matthew. 
London, by Nich. Hyll, 1551. 

The Tolmne contains Ty ndal*s prologues ; 
baa marginal notes and references, and 
c3|Htal letters down the page, but no wood 
rats or Roman diaracten. The names of 
not fewer than six booksellers are found 
each by itself^ upon this edition, y\z. Tho. 
Petite. Tho. Raynalde, J. Waley, Rob. 
Toy, John Wyghte, W. Bonham. The 
colophon of a copy in the library of Trinity 
College, Oxford, runs thus, * Imprynted at 
London by Nicolas Hyll, dwelling in Say net 
John's Streaite, at the coste and charges of 
ccrtayne honest menne of the occupacyon, 
whose names be upon their bokes.' Bind- 
ley, pt. i 384 ! with the Common Prayer, 
1552, and old Vernon of Psalms, 1567. 
7L 17s. 6d. 

CMtiion. Title, in black and red, within a 
campaitm ent formed by two large wood cuts 
at top and bottom, with four smaller on the 
tUet ; on the reverse is an aknanac, begin- 
nbg 1549. ' A Table for the ordre of the 
Ptthaa.* ' llie order how the rest of holy 
Scnptore is to be read.* ' The Kalender.' 
' An exhortation unto the study,' &c. The 
nunmo and content of the holy Scripture.' 
* To the Christian readers.* ' A descrip- 
cJoo ft sucoesse of the Kynges of Juda 
xbd Jerusalem.' * A table of the principal 
Batten.' ' A perfit snpputacion of the 
ycares,* &c. ' A prologue, shewing the 
«c of the Snripture.' ' The names of the 
bskct of the Byble.' ' A register, or a 
bricfr rrhearsall of the names,' &c. These 
ft e BuMMi y pieces occupy 19 leaves, exclu- 
■ve of the title. Genesis to Deuteronomy, 
iial. i^— cni.; ' The seconde parte of the 
Byble,' frfr between 1 1 wood cuts j Josua 
to Job, foL ii— cIt. < The thirde parte.' &c. ; 
Pialms to Maladii, foL ii— czc. ' The vo- 
hme of the bokes called Apocripha,' be- 
tween ten wood cuts; fol. ii— cii. ' The 
Kcwc Testament,' &c. St. Matthew, &c. 
U. ii->d., the last of which is not 
wmhatdm On the reverse of the last 
h the eolophon. A full page contains 55 



5k Dr. Cotton's LUt, ix— x. 12, 116-7. 
Aws, by Dibdin, iii. 513, 571, 575, iv. 
<^S, 971. 370. Bibl. Harl. no. 169. 
L>«b' Historr, 187-8, 192—4. 

— The Byble in English, accord- 
to the Tnaislatk) that is ap- 

pointed to be read in Churches. 
London, by Edw. VVhytchurche, 
1553. fol. 

Probably copied from the first edition of 
1539; since here, as in that, the Apocry- 
phal books are entitled Hagiographa. A 
full page has 58, sometimes 59 lines. Co- 
pies are in St. Paul's, Worcester Coll. and 
the Earl of Bridgewater's Libraries. 

See Dr. Cotton's List, 13, 121. Ames, 
by Dibdin, iii. 498>9. Lewis' History, 

— The whole Byble, faithfully 
translated into Englyshe by Myles 
Coverdale. London, by Richard 
Jugge, 1553. 4to. 

The Zurich edition of 1550, with a new 
title-page, almanac, &c Copies are in St. 
Paul's, Balliol Coll. Exeter Coll. Libraries, 
and in the Baptist Museum, Bristol. 

Sm Dr. Cotton's List. p. 13. Ames, by 
Dibdin, iv. 246-7. Bibl. Harl. no. 291. 
Lewis' History, 196-7. 

— The Bible in Englishe, accord- 
ing to the Translation of the great 
Bvble. London, by R. Grafton 
and Edw. Whitchurch, 1553. 

The type of this edition, printed in 
double columns, is remarkably small. In 
the margin are references and indications 
of the portions appointed to be read as les- 
sons in the church. A full page has 62 
lines, and there are neither prologues, 
heads of chapters, notes, nor wood-cuts. 
Some copies have only Grafton's name as 
printer. In St« Paul's Library, and the 
Baptist Museum, Bristol. Inglis, 161, 
morocco, IW. lOs. 

5fcDr. Cotton's List, 13, 121-2. Ame« 
by Dibdin, iii. 478, 498. Bibl. Harl. no. 
290. ^des Althorp. i. 65. 

— The Bible and holy Scriptures, 
translated according to the Ebrue 
and Greke, and conferred with the 
best translations in divers Langages. 
With most profitable Annotations 
upon all the harde Places, and 
other Thingcs of great Importance. 
Geneva, by Rouland Hall, 1560. 

The first edition of the Genevan version, 
which was for many years the most popular 
one in England, and it went through about 
50 editions in the course of 30 years. From 
the peculiar rendering of Genesis iii. 7. the 
editions of this translation have been com- 
monly known by the name of ' Breeches 
Bibles.' The translators were Bp. Cover- 



itle, AiKhony Gilby, WillitTD Whitling 
turn, Chriitopher Woodmui, Thomu 
Sunpcon, ind Thomai Cole; to vhom 
aamF ^d, Jalin Knox, John Bodlcigh, ind 
JohnPu^lFin. Sothrby'i in Juni, 1SS2, 
TJ. lTi.Gd. Copiei Bre in the Lambeth, 
St John'! Coll. and Billiol Coll. Libnries, 
the lalter on eictedingly fine one, printed 

CtlLtioi. On thebBckoflhc^Lliit'The 
order of lU the booki.' &c. An Epiille 1o 
Quern E^iMbclh, 4pa(!e(. ' To our beloveii 
in the Lord .' flrc- 2pigci. Gencutiio3 Mao 
rabeei, tbiio l—fH. The deKriptiun of 
the Holy Lanil, with ■ map. Then fol- 
low! a litle, 'The neve Tetument,' fte. 
■ The holy Goipcl,' ic. fol. ii.— clill.' A 

7 p«gee. ' A Tahle of the prindpal ihings 
oinlsined in the Bible,' IT pagei and* 
half. ' A perflle lupputation of the yerea 
and timeirrom Adaia unto Christ,' 3 pages. 
' The order of the yerei from Paul'* eon- 
ver(ion,' 1 page. The book b printed in 
tvo columni, ■ fujl' page contidning 63 
Unei. At Numben, cbap. ixiiii. ii a map 
of the journeys of the laaeliteii at Joshua, 
XT. a amaller one, of the division of the 
land oTCanaan Tortile twelve tribeai at the 
end of Kiechiel, a map of the temple and 
dUe tesioied; before the Acta, a map of. 
placet mentioned therein. I 

Sit Dr. Cotton's List, pp. 14, ST, 94, 
104,122-3. Amea, by Uibdin, ir. 410-1. 
BibL Hari. no. 292. Dibdin't Caiiano Li- 
brmry, 1113-4, 

— The Bible. Geneva, 1561- 
folio. .- 

Thia edition ia printed in the Roman 
letter I the old Teilament contains 43S 
pa«ea, each page OS liaci. 

Sit Dr. Cotton 'a List, 14-15. 
Heiberl, iil 1003. 

— The Bible. London, by Jhoo 
Cawoode, 1561. 4to. 

Cranmcr's EdiiioD. Co|riei are in the 
Biitiih Uuteum and Lambeth ifbrarieg. 

Cuilirliini. Title and preliminary pieces, 
— leavei;Gene>ulaJob,ral.l-cnii.;-Tlie 
tfairde parte of ibe Ityble' ; Psalms to Mala- 
chi,b1.i~-eixi{iL TheTOlumeofthebookes 
calicd Hagiographa' ; Euiiu, &i;. folio 
Miiv— cciiT. ; ' The New* I e.Umente' ; 
St. HatthefT, &c. fbl. il— eii.; the two 
laal, containing tables, are not numbered. 
The type is a small Oothic, a lull page 
containing 61 lines. 

SMDr.Collon'iList, IS, 122. Ames by 


pointed to be read in Churchu. 
London, by Richaide Haniion, 
1562. folio. 

Cnnmer'a Bible. A copy is in the Bap> 
list Mu«rum at Bristol. 

CollatiaH. Title, &c.; Cnnmer'a prologue, 
B pages ; ' A desciiptiiin and auccete of the 
folio i.— xc.j on the reverie of the laMii 
' The second partortlie Bible,' &c. ; Joana 
to Job, fol. i — cxiiviii. on the reverie of tha 
lail, ■ The third part,' &c. Pialmi to 
Malachi— civl. in the Psalms the foHoa aM 
not marked, and Pronetbt commenee OD 
fbl. iixv. b. ' The fourth pan,' lie. Ea- 
draa, fot. i.— Ixxiiiil. "The newe Tcata- 


i pages ; St. Matthew, ftc 
o 1.— civiii. A fSiil page contalnaSSIiDC*. 
e beadi of chapten, u &i as Jtabm 
ipter riii. are in a diSterent letter froH 
te of the real of the volumi 

. Lilt, 11 


Amea, by 

— The Bible in Eng:lishe, accord* 
idg to the Tnnalatiou that ia ap- 

Harl. no. 171. Beloe'i Aneed.H. *». 
Amea, by Uibdin,iv.5S»-eO. Lewis' Hl» 
lory, 213-14. 

— The Bible in Engl y she, accord- 
ing to the Translation apoynted b; 
the Queenes Maiesties Injanctiotu 
to be read in all Churches within 
her Majesties Real me. Ronev 
at the CoHte and Charges of 
Richard Cannardeii, 1566. folio, 
10^ lOs. 

Cranmer'i Bible, Denyer, No. lU, 
(front, and two leaves, MS.) 171. I7i. C^ 
pica are in the British Huaenm attd B«4- 
leian librariei. 

St4 Dr. Cotton's List, IS. BibL HaiL 
no. 112. Lewis' History, 114-7. Ama, 
by Herbert, lii. 1C14-15. Leftia' ffiaWT, 
114. Uibdin's JEda Allhop, L SS-H. 
Beloe's Anecdotes, ii. 31S. 

Dr. Dibdin briefly noticet aa edittgaW 
Rich. Grenon, 1S66. Bto. 

— The Ilolie Bible. Londcn.b; 
Richard Jugge, 1568. folio, 7/.7i 

First edition arParker'B,oi 'TheBUiW 
Bible,' rarely found in a perfect state. It 
contains three portraits, engraved on cap- 
per, of Queen KUubeth, Lord LdccMS, 
and Secretary Cecil. At the commoicv 
ment of the Epiatie to the Rebrewilaa 
wood-cut, representing the atory tt Ldi 
and the swan. 

Ctllnlian. Title, a eopper-plate esifnr- 
ing ; ' The aumme of the whole actipM^' 
1 leaf i ' A Table of the genealngit be* 
Adnm to Chiiat,' 1 1 pages, tbe initial ktw 
contains Abp. Parker's arma, tec ioMA 
wfaichisthedate tSSB; ' A table of d> 
bMka,' ftih a pageai Ihea BUaBk;«|a; j 


' Pkoper Lcnoniy' ftc. 2 paget; < Proper 
Pinlms,' frc oo 4 pages; a calendar, 12 
pagrt: Abp. Parker's pre&ce, in the Roman 
letter, 6 pages ; Cranmer's preface, in Gothic 
letter, 5 pag. s ; ' A description of the yeres,' 
kc 1 pagp ; * The order of the books,' &c. 
1 page, rerene Uank; Genesis, &c. fol. i — 
cxxviii.; on a separate leaf, ' The second 
part ai the Byble,' &c. underneath is 
the portrait of Lord Leicester, in ar- 
mov, within an oval; ' The booke of 
Josodi, frc. fol. iL— clxzxv. ; on a separate 
leaf; ' The thirde parte,* &c. beneath is a 
wood cot, cm the rererse is ' A prologue of 
Sc BaaUl the, upon the Psalmes,' 
with Lord Bnrieigfa*s arms in the initial D. 
At the beginning of the first psalm is 
tlie portrait of Lord Burleigh standing 
between two pillars. ' The Psalmes,' &c. 
td, V L c ci ii . On a separate leaf * The 
folaic of the bookes called Apocrypha,' 
Aac. beneath it a wood cut ; * The thirde 
booke oi Eadras,' &c. fol ii.--cxviit Then 
title of the new Testament, being a wood 
cagvaving somewhat similar in desiga to 
the froo^spiece of the old Testament, on 
the lerctae is ' A preface,' &c. with Abp. 
Parker's arms in the initial letter; St. 
Matthew, frc. fol. ii^— cItU. (misprint dix.) 
Oa the reverie of this last is the colophon, 
sad Jngge'a dence, but no date. A full 
ftfi of text has 57 lines, and the whole 
Buber of engravings, including the title, 
pamaifiSy and maps, is 143. 

8tt Dr. Cotton's List, 16, 87, 94, 104-5, 
123.5. Ames, by Dibdin, W. 256. Dib- 
din's Lib. Comp. 30-1. Beloe's Anec 
doCtt.&3ie. Bibl. 173. Tom- 
fiae's Cbr. Theol. iL 15-16. Centura U- 
tersria. Abp. Newcome's IIi»tor. View, 
TH-fO. Lewis' HUtory, 235-53. Dib- 
din's £dc8 Althorp. i. 66-7. Home's In- 
trednctioo, ii. appendix 67. 

— The Bible in Englyshe. Lon- 
don^bj R. Jugge and J. Cawood, 
1568. 4lo. 

CfBoiBer's Bible. Copies are in Trinity 
CsIL Caaibcidge, and All Soul's College. Li- 
hoiicsL Sea Lewis' History, 217-8. 

— The Bible. London, by John 
Ctwood, 1569. 4to. 

Copies arc in the Lambeth Library, in 
iktt of £arl Spencer, and in the Baptist 
Misnni, BrIatoL 

^ The Bible. London, by R. 
Jagge, 1569. 4to. 31. Ids. 6d. 

Iteaod edition of The BUhops Bible. 

Sff Dt, Cotton's List, 16. Ames, by 
KUb, iv. 256-7. BibL Harl. no. 294. 
Uahr Hbtory, 253-0. 

-*The Bible, translated accord- 
«( to the Ebrae and Oreke. Ge- 
^^ 1570. 4to. 



A copy of this Genevan Tersion is in the 
Bodleian Library. Herl>ert in hn Ames 
briefly notices an edition of 1568? and Dr. 
Cotton thinks the editions of 1569 end 
1570 to be one and the same. Dr. C. also 
notices a doubtful edition of this version 
1570, in folio. 

— The Bible. Lond. by Richard 
Ju&gc, 1570. 4to. 

— TTieholie Bible. London, by 
Richardc J ugge, 1572. folio. 

Second edition in folio. In this reprint 
of the Bi»hops Bible, are two verHions of 
Psalter, that of the Great Bible in black let- 
ter, and a new one in Roman. Abp. Par- 
ker's prefaces are reprinted in vol. vii. of 
the Fathers of the English Church. 

This edition varies in many particu- 
lars from that of 15 US. The prefixes are 
nearly the same ; G.^ncsis, &c. foL i— cxii ; 
Josbh, &c. fol. cziii — cclxx ; Psalms, &c* 
fol. ii.^-clxzzix ; Esdras iii. &c. fol. ii — cv. 
The new TesUment, foL ii— cxxxviil. 8 
more leaves of tabic unnumbered. The 
colophon with the date 1572, is on the 
recto of the last. The engravings through- 
out the whole volume, including the titles, 
portraits, and maps, are only 30 in num- 
ber. Denyer, 25, with the port of Lord 
Burleigh without the letter B. 6/. 16s. 6d. 

Sts Dr.Cotton'H List, 17, 125-6. Beloe's 
Anecdotes, ii. 317. Bibl. Harl. 174. 
Ames by Dibdin. iv. 258-9. Lewis' His- 
tory, 257 — 9. Dibdin's Cassano Library, 

— The holie Byble. London, by 
Richard Jugge, 1573. 4to. 

Cranmer's Bible. 

Sfe Bibl. Harl. i. 195. ^des Althorp, 
i. 68. 

— The Bible. Lond. by Richard 
Juggc, 1574. folio. 

Tlic Bibhops Bible. A copy is in the 
Baptist Museum, Bristol. See Bibl. Harl. 
i. no. 175. Lewis' History, p. 260. Ano- 
ther edition, by John Judson, 1575, folio. 

— ITie Bible. Lond. by Richard 
Jugge. 1575. 4to. 

Dr. Cotton notices other editions of the 
date of 1575, viz. one for William Norton, 
BibL Harl. no. 177. Another by John Wal- 
ley, fc^o. Bibl. Harl. no. 176. A third 
by Chr. Barker, 8vo. and a Genevan ver- 
sion, 4to. 

— The Bible. London, by Chr. 
Barker, 1576. folio. 

This edition of the Genevan version is 
very neatly printed on long primer Roman, 
with the argumenu in Latin. The Old 
Testament consisU of 365, the Apo- 
crypha, 84, and the New Testament, 
115 leaves. An account will be found in 



Lewis' History, 264-71, and Home's In- 
troduction ii. appendix 66. Dr. Cotton 
notices another edition of this version, by 
Chr. Barker, 1576. 4to. 

— The Scriptures in the Ge- 
nevan "V^ersion, comprehending 
the Olde Testament, the Apo- 
crypha, and a Newe Testament. 
Edinburgh, by Thomas Bassan- 
dyne, 1576. folio. 

A copy of this first edition of the Scrip- 
tures from the Scottish press is in the 
Advocates' Library at Edinburgh. The 
old Testament consists of 503 double 
pages; the new of 125 double pages. 
It is handsomely printed with a sharp 
roraan letter, and is seemingly the same 
in the text, in the notes, in th^ mar- 
ginal references, and the whole disposi- 
tion of the several parts, as the Geneva 
Edition of 1561. Prefixed is a dedication 
to K. James VI. in the Scotish language. 
" A briefe Table of the Interpretation of 
the Propre Names, which are chiefly founde 
in the Olde Testament." The Romane 
Calendare, compared with the Hebrewe 
Calendare. " Rules for understanding 
this double Calendare," by R(obert) Pont ; 
some verses on, and a prayer for the true 
use of the Scriptures ; then follows " A 
description and successe of the Kingtfs of 
Juda and Jerusalem." 

See Dr. Cotton's List, 19. Ames, by 
Herbert, iii. 1499, 1818. Dr. Dibdin's 
JEdea Althorp. i. 68-70, and his LiWr. 
Conip. 31-2. Bibl. Ilarl. i. no. 178. Be- 
loe's Anecdotes ii. 329-31. 

— The Bible. Lond. by Richard 
Jugge, 1576. 4to. 

See Bibl. Harl. no. 296. 

— The Bible. London, by Chr. 
Barker, 1577. folio. 

The Genevan version. An edition in 
4to. is noticed in the Bibl. Harl. no. 297. 

— The Bible. London, by R. 
Jugge, 1677. LABGE 8vo. 

The Bishops' Bible. See Ames, by Dr. 
Dibdin,iv. 261-2. 

— The Bible. London, by 
Christopher Barker, 1578. folio, 
3/. 3s. 

In this edition of the Genevan Bible, are 
two versions of the Psalms ; the Genevan, 
printed in Roman letter; and that of the 
Great Bible, printed in Gothic similar to the 
rest of the volume. The preface is re- 
printed in vol. viii. of the Fathers of the 
English Church. 

See Dr. Cotton's List, 32. Bibl. Harl. 
no. 179. Beloe's Anecdotes, ii. 701. Lewis' 
History, 271-3. 


— The Bible. London, by As- 
signeraent of Chr. Barker, 1578. 

The Bishops' Bible. 

— The Bible. Edinburgh, be 
Alexander Arbuthnett, 1579. folio. 

The Genevan version. See JEAw 
Althorp. i. 68 — 70. Dr. Dibdin's Lincoln 
Nosegay, no. v. 

— The Bible. London, by Chr. 
Barker, 1579. 4to. 10s. fyd. 

The Genevan version. Barker printed 
other editions of this Genevan version, vix. 
1580, folio ; 1581, folio and 4to. (B. Harl 
no. 298), and 8vo. (iEdes Althorp. i. 70-1). 
1582 folio and 4to. ; 1583, foUo, (B.Hari. 
nos. 1 80 and 1 8 1 . Lewis History, 275-6, 
Bp. of Ely, 227, 1/. 5s. WillUms, 367, 
21. 5s.) and 16mo. (The thhrd part, ill 
Dr. Cotton's list, p. 22.) 1584, folio and 
4to. 1585, 4to. 

— The Bible. London, by Chr. 
Barker, 1585. folio. 

The Bishops' Bible. Sotheby's in June, 
1822, russia, 21, 128. 6d. See Bibl. Harl. 
no. 182. iEdes Althorp. i. 

— The Bible. London, 1586. 

4to. . •' 

The Genevan version. Reprinted 1586, 
8vo. 1587, 4to. 1588, 4to. 1589, ibBo 
and 4to. Bindley, pt. i. 911, 111. 6d. 
1590, 4to. Bindley, pt. i. 912, on yellow 
paper, 15s. 6d. 

— The Bible. London, by the 
Deputies of Chr. Barker, 1591. 

The Bishops' Bible. Dr. Cotton notices 
* The third part of the Bible,' as printed 
by the Deputies of Chr. Barker, 1591, 
1 6mo. 

— The Bible. London, by .the 
Deputies of Chr. Barker, 1592. 
4 to. 9s. 

The Genevan version. Reprinted 1594, 
4to. 1595, folio and 4to. Dr. Cotton no- 
tices a doubtful edition of the Bible, ai 
printed by Geo. Bishop, R. Newbury, and 
R. Barker, 1593, folio. 

— The Holy Bible. London, by 
the Deputies of Chr. Barker, 1595. 

.^he Bishops' Bible, except the Paalai^ 
which are according to Cranmer*!. •SatLewb 
History, 260-2. White Knights, 579, 
21. 15s. 

— The Bible. London, by the 
Deputies of Chr. Barker, 1596. 

The Genevan version. Reprinted 1597,' 


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Ahandlome edition containing a vtry 
material error of the press, by substituting 
3ftf ibr we may appoint over this business in 
Acts vi. 3. This error has been without 
foundation imputed to the Independents 
and sometimes to tlie Presbyterians. It ap- 
peared in many other editions prior to 1685. 
Bindley, pt.i. 388, mor.5/. iSs. Gd. Copies, 
with the Trayer, of the edition of 1 638, are 
not uncommon on large paper. 

— The Bible. Edinburgh, 1638. 

A very small edition printed by Young. 

— The Bible. Amsterdam^ 
1640. folio. 

A very handsome edition of the Genevan 
tersion, printed ' conform to the edition 
printed by Andrew Hart.' Another edition 
8)>peared Amsterdam, 1644. folio. An edi- 
tion of the royal text, with annotatiMis, 
Amsterdam, 1642. folio. 

— The Bible. Edinb. 1642. 

A neat pocket Bible, printed in parts by 
Evan Tyler. 

— The Bible, with marginal 
Notes, shewing Scripture to be the 
best Interpreter of Scripture. By 
John Canne. Amsterdam, 1644. 

The marginal references of tliis learned 
Brownist are generally very judicious and 
apposite. The later editions, which pass 
under the name of Canne's Bible, are full 
of errors, and crowded with references, 
which do not belong to the original author. 

— The Bible. Cambridge, by 

Field, 1648. 4to. 

Roxburghe, 16, 12s. An edition, Lon- 
don, by Barker, 1646. Williams, 196, in 
'ilk, 2/. Another, Cambridge by Daniel, 
1648. Williams, 197, hi fish skin, 3/. 15s. 
Another, Kdinb. by Evan Tyler, 1649. 8va 
Another, the Royal translation, with the 
Genevan notes. London, 1649. 4to. 

— The Bible, in Short-hand, by 
Jeremiah Rich. 1650. 12 mo. with 
port, and front, by Cross. 

White Knights, 459, morocco, 9s. 

— The Bible. Cambridge, by 
John Field, 1653. 24mo. 

This edition says Mr. Home, is usually 
called the Pearl Bibl-^, from the very small 
type with which it was printed, but is dis- 
graced by very numerous erratas, some of 
Which are of importance. An imitation of 
It was made in Holland in 1658 ; but the 
genuine edition is known by having the four 
first psalms on a page without turning over. 
White Knights, 445, morocco, with silver 
daspt, 1/. 13s. Williams, 198, morocco, 

Mr. D'lsraeli in his Curiosities of Lit'jra- 


ture, has an titide on ' Peari BiUes ilid Kt 
Thousand Errata,' from whidi the follow- 
ing instances arc copied. — Rom. vi. 18^ 
* Neither yield ye your members as instm- 
ments of righteoutness unto sin,* — ibr wi- 
righteoumeu. — 1 Cor. vi. 9. * Know ye not 
that the unrighteous ihail inherit the king- 
dom of God,' for shall not vthrrit. * Thii 
grratum served as the foundation of a dan* 
gerous doctrine, for many libL'rtinet arge^ 
the text from thb corrupt Bible, against the 
reproof of a divine.' 

— The Bible. Cambridge, by J. 
Field, 1657. 8vo. 

Bindley, pt i. 416, 13s. 6d. Dent, pt. i. 
213, illustrated with platei by Van Laa- 
geren, in old morocco, 3L 13a. 6d. 

The Bibles printed daring the tittie of 
the Commonwealth, have been generally 
reputed to be full of errors : — In a tnct 
entitled * The London Printer bia Lamen- 
tation ; or the Press oppressed or ofer^ 
pressed, 1660'. 4to. (reprinted in the Har- 
Icbn Miscellany), it is said, that Bill and 
Barker had contrived to get into their pos- 
session ' ever since the sixth of March 1655, 
the manuscript copy of the last translatioii 
of the Holy Bible in English, attested wttk 
the hands of the venerable and learned 
translators in King James's time.' And that 
having thus secured themselves from in- 
stant detection, they published editiona fil- 
led with ' egregious blaAfhemies and damna- 
ble errata.* — Dr. Cotton, 

— The Dutch AnnotationsopoQ 
the whole Bible, together with toeir 
Translation according to the direo 
tion of the Synod of Dort, 1618. 
By Theodore Haak, Esq. London, 
1657. folio, 2 vols. 

This work, dedicated to Cromwell, is 
very similar in plan and character to the 
Assembly's Annotationa. An ncooont af 
the work, and of the translator% Sn> will 
be found in Dr. Bliss' edition of Weed's 
Athen. Oxon. iv. 279. Gosaet, S455, 
1/. 7s. 

— The Bible. London, bj J* 

Field, 1658. 24mo. 

One of the most correct and beanliM 
editions of the Bible, seldom found in good 
preservation. 'Williams, 199, in fish skin, 
4/. IGs. Roxburghe, 17, 3/. 17s. 

— The Bible. Cambridge, by 
John Field, 1660. folio, \nih cfao- 
rographical cuts by John Ogilbj* 

Thi) edition which may be conddered ss 
an unrivalled specimen of the press of tbc 
time, was severely censured by Bishsp 
Wetcnlial in ' Scripture aathcnfic end FsUk 
certain,' 1 686. In Acts vL 3. the word Ye 
was substituted for We. 




BAiburgbe, 18, morocco, 6/. 15s. Grave, 
401, morocco, 3/. 13t. 6d. Bindley, pti. 
M9, with the Prayer, morocco, 5/. 15s. — 
Laaos PAPER. Edwards, 813, illustrated 
vilh platca by Hollar, morocco, 21/. Wil- 
liams, 369, morocco, \\U 

An edition by Field, 1660. 8to. 

AoocHer by Field, 1661. 8vo. HoUis, 
76, mer. 31. 13s. 6d. 

AaoCfaer, with Bsarginal Notes by John 
CiUK. No place, 1668. 8vo. 

Another, by Field, 1663. 4to. Duke of 
Grdton, SO, with the Common Prayer, 
Boroooo, 51. 16s. 

Another, with marginal Notes, by John 
Canne. Amat 1664. 8vo. 

Another by Field, 1666. 4to. 1/ Is. 
' Another by Field, 1606. folio. Duke of 
Gralhmy SI, morocco, 6^ 6s. 

Another by Field, 1668. 4to. Bishop of 
Ely, with Prayer, and Jackson's Index Bib- 
liens, W. 14^ 

Otben, with Genevan Notes. Amst. or 
London, 1672, 1679. folio. 14s. each. 

Finm the time of Field to the end of the 
seventeenth centuiy, several curious flat 
KUes were printed, which are denominated 
fimrti^ Biiim, firom the use made of them 
in the pnlptt during that period. 

•— The Bible. Cambridge, by 
Hayes, 1674. folio. 

RoBbnrgfae, 19, 2/. Jadis, 361. King 
James Il.'a copy splendidly bound in vel- 
fc^ with the crown, the royal initials, and 
onhomed ornaments on the sides, 49/. 78. 

An edition, with additional parallel texts. 
Cambr. 1677. 4to. 

— The Bible. Cambridge, by J. 
Hayes, 1678. folio. 

PnbCshed by Anthony Scattergood, D.D. 
aiih the addition of many parallel teats, 
vilh are still reprinted in the margin of the 

— The Bible. By John Canne. 

One of the most valuable of the earlier 
pocket editions. 

in 1683 oar authorised translation was 
csrrccted, and many references to parallel 
luts added by Dr. Scattergood. — Home, 

— The Bible, 1683—5. See 
PooLiy Matthew. 

— The Old and New Testa- 
vtBts, with Annotations and paral- 
lel Scriptures, &c. by Sam. Clarke, 
A.M. Lend. 1690. folio, 21. lOs. 

' The selection of parallel texts is admi- 
nUe; and the notes, though very brief, 
•c mitten with great judgment. The work 
vnrsesomaendnd, fas very hi^ terms, by 
I^Onen aid Bntoa, aa wtU aa Mr. Bax< 



ter and Mr. Howe. It is also recommend- 
ed by Bishop Cleaver to the attention of 
the younger clergy. The author was a non- 
conformist' — Home, Reprinted London, 
1760, ibl. with plates, 31. 3s. Glasg. 17C5, 
foL XL lOs. &c. 

In variouseditionsof the Bible printed be- 
tween the year 1690 and the oommenceroent 
of the present century, an error will be found 
in 1 Tim. iv. 16. where we read, Take heed 
unto thyself and ihif doctrine, instead of the 

— The Bible, in Short-hand, by 
Wm. Addy, en^ved by J. Sturt. 
(London, 1695) 8vo. with portrait 
of Addy, by Sturt, 10s. 6d. 

— The Bible, with marginal 
Notes, shewing the Scripture to be 
the best Interpreter of Scripture, 
(by Joiin Canne.) London, by 
Charles Bill. 1698. 12mo. I0s.6d. 

Reprinted London, 1700. 4 to. XL lOs. 

— The Bible. London, 1701. 
Large folio. 

A very fine edition, published under 
the direction of Ab]). Tenison, with addi- 
tional marginal references, chronological 
dates, and an index by Bishop Lloyd, and 
accurate tables of Scripture weights and 
measures by Bishop Cumberland. This 
edition is however said to abound with ty- 
pographical errors. — Home, Dowdeswell, 
143, ruled, and bound in russia, 5/. 15s. 6d. 
It was likewise printed in 1G99. 4to. 

— The Bible. Printed in the 
Year 1708. folio. 1/. 10s. 

The authorised translation, with the an- 
notations which accompany the Geneva 
Version. Reprinted 1715, &c. 

— The Bible, 1709—29. See 
Wells, Edward, D.D. 

— The Bible, 1710. ^'ecHcN- 
RT, Matthew. 

— The Bible. Oxford, 1711. 

Remarkable, says Mr. Tutet, for this 
mistake in Isaiah, chap. Ivii. vet. 12. 'I 
will declare thy righteousness and thy 
works, for they thall profit thee.' 

— The Bible. Edinb. by James 
Watson, 1715. 8vo. 18s. 

A rare and coveted edition, says Dr. 
Dibdin. Roxburghe, 24, 3/. 15s. An edi- 
tion, Edinb. n4.4to. Bibl. Hari. no. 825. 
Another, Edinb. 1716. White Knights, 
448. morocco, with silver daspa, 17s« Wil- 
liams, 201, morocco, 1/. 16s. Another, 
Edinb. 1717. Roxburghe, 25, 2/. 7s. 

— The Bible. Oxford, by J- 



Baskett, 1717. folio, 2 vols, with 
a front, by Du Bosc, and vignette 
engravings by Vander Gucht. ' 

A most magnificent edition, called ' The 
Vinegar Bible/ from an error in the running 
title at Luke. chap. xxii. where it is read 
* the parable of the vinegar/ instead of* the 
parable of the vineyard.' Williams, 370, 
ruled, mor. 12/. 12s. Dent, pt i. 331, 
with a set of plates, proofs before the letters, 
from Macklin's edition, 16/. 16s. There 
are two copies of this roost magnificent 
book printed upon vellum, one in the Royal, 
the other in the Bodleian Library. 

— The Bible. Edinburgh, by 
Watson, 1722. 8vo. 

According to Mr. Home, one of the most 
valuable of the earlier pocket editions. 

. — The Bible. 1727-67. See 
Patrick, Lowtij, Arnald and 

— The Bible, with critical and 
explanatory Annotations, compiled 
from Grotius, Lightfoot, Poole, 
Calmet, and others. London, 
1735. folio, 3 vols, with plates, 
2/. 10s. 

— The Bible, with an Expos! • 
tion, in which several mis-trans- 
lations are rectified, by J. Mar- 
chant. London, 1743-5. folio. 
2 vols. 

— The Bible, 1748—63. See 
Gill, John, D.D. 

— The Bible. Printed in the 
year 1750. 12mo. 4 vols. 

The Anglo- Romish version, witli some 
alterations in the text and many in the 
notes, published from the copy of Dr. Cha- 
loner, titular Bishop of Debra, and one of 
the vicars apostolic of the Romish Church 
in England. 

— The Family Bible, by S. 
Smith. London, 1752-3. folio, 2 
vols, with plates. H. Is. 

— The Universal Bible, with 
Notes, &c. by S. Nelson, D.D. 
London, 1758-60. folio, 2 vols, 
with plates. 1/. Is. 

— The Bible. 1759. See 


— The Royal Bible, by Leo- 
nard Howard. London, 1761. 
fol. 2 vols. 1/. Is. 

— The Bible illustrated and 
explained, by the Rev. John But- 


ley. Second edition. Lond. 1761. 
4to. 2 vols. 

— The Family Bible, with ex- 
planatory Notes, by FrancisFawkes, 
M.A. Lond. 1761-2, 4to. 2 vols. 

Garrick, 778, 18s. 

— The British Bible, illustrated 
with Notes, in a manner entirely 
new, by James Millar. London, 

1762. fol. U. Is. 

— The Bible. Cambridge^ by 
Benlham, 1762. folio. 

This edition in folio, with the exception 
of about six copies, was destroyed by fire, 
at Dodd's the publisher's warehouse. 
Sotheby's in 1821, mor. C/. Ss. 6d. 

— The Bible. Cambridge, 1763. 

From Baskerville's press One of die 
most beautiful books ever printed. Con- 
stable, 278, morocco, 7/. it, Williams, 
37 1 , morocco, 8/. 10s. Heath. 443, moroc- 
co, 0/. Roxburghe, 26, 10(. 15s. 

— The Christians Commentaryi 
by William Rider, A.B. London, 

1763. folio, 3 vols. 1/. 4s. 

— A new and literal Transla- 
tion of all the Books of the Old 
and New Testament, with Notes 
critical and explanatory. By An- 
thony Purver. London, 1764. 
folio, 2 vols. 

This singular work was printed it 
the expense of Doctor Fothergill, tht 
Quaker. Purser was originally a ihoe- 
maker, and Uught himself Hebrew, Grcek, 
and Latin, in order that he might tnotltft 
the Bible. Gosset, 4483, 2L 2a. 

— The Bible. 1764. 12nio. 
5 vols. 

The Rhemish version of the Old aad 
New Testament, corrected by Dr.Chalooer. 

— The Bible, 1765. See Ua- 


— The Bible, with explanatoiy 
Notes, by John Wesley, M.A. 
Bristol, 1765. 4to. 3 vols. 3l.3n. 

— The grand Imperial Bible, 
by Luke Phillips. London, 1766« 
4to. \l. Is. 

— The Bible, with marginal 
References. Oxford, 1769. 4lo. 
41. 4s. 

The ' standard edition,' (rom wMch aU 
subsequent impressions have been caecatfi< 
It was made under tho direction of tb< 




Viee-Chaiicenar and delegatet of Che Cla- 
rendon press at Oxford. A full account of 
Dr. Blayney's Collation and Revision, was 
oommnnicated by him to the Gentleman's 
Magasine, zxxiz, 517~-9. The folio edition 
is very scarce, owing to the destruction of 
a large part of the impression by a fire in 
the warehouse in London. Sothebv*s in 
Jooe, 1822. 9/. 9s. Gossct, 495, iL Us.6d. 

— The Bible, with Annotations. 
BirniiDgham, bv J. Baskerville, 
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1718; 1717. 

— The Bible in Welsh. Oxfgid, 
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— The Bible, in Welsh. Cm- 
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ance) ii, in many respecli, a good mtj . 

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pasaagci of the nlleetiona, at th* end «f At J 

chapter!, a bnctnre of SabelliaidiSL 3 

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don, 1799. j 

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— A Table of the principal Mat- 
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— Ex Nihilo Omnia: or the 
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— The Question truely stated, 
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BiBLiANOER, Theod. Consul- 
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Bibliosophia ; or Book Wisdom. 
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Bibliotheque Angloise, ou His- 
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Aifccicfl of review edited by Michael 
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7faLvii.LittifBtuie, Svok.; Sciences ee 
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BiCHAT, Xavier. Physiological 
Researches on Life and Death, 
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Gold. London, 1815. 8vo. 9s. 

The works of this celebrated French phy- 
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BiCKERSTAFF, Isaac. t. e. Sir 
Richard Steele. 

BiCKERSTETH, Rcv. Edward. 
Scripture Help, designed to assist 
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Tenth Edition. Lond. 1823. 8vo. 

A practical introduction to the reading 
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sale of upwards of 15,000 copies of the 
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BiCK HAM, George. First Prin- 
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— Universal Penman. London, 
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— British Monarchy, or a new 
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Consisting of 190 plates. Nassau, pt i. 
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Curiosities of Kensington, Hampton 
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additions. London. 8vo. 

Contains pp. vlii. and 184 (B— N 4.) 
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— Musical Entertainer, a Col- 
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BicKNELL, Alexander. Life of 
Alfred the Great, King of the An- 
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Edwards, 39, 7s. 


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BicKNELL, Alexander. History 
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shortViewofthe Reigns of Edward 
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countof (he Institution oflhe Order 
of the Garter. London. I 777, 8vo. 
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This wiiier putlialisd jevcral otlier hii- 
(oiical compilallnni, of litlle iBlue, and le>> 

BicKKOLL, Edm. Swoorde 
against Swaryn^. London, for 
William Towreolde. 8vo. 

Blartltoer. lag\U, 8», 9$. M. 

BiDDLE, John, Confession of 
Faith, touching the Holy Trinity, 
according to Scripture. London, 
1658. 8vo. 

A life of tbii cclebnied SocidUd irriler, 
■lih ■ li>E of hii worlu, will be IbuDd in 
Di. Blin'i editiaa ol Wood't Athen. Oxoa 
iil. 303—903. 

— Joannis Bidelli Vita. Lond. 
1682. 12mo. 

The sulhoc iru, m I have tieen inTonned 
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Tcm^.— ^nl. a iVoed. 

BiDDULPii, Rev. Thomas T. 
Baptism a Seal of' the Christian 
Covenant; or Remarks on Dr. 
Mant's TiBct on Regeneration, 
London, 1815. 8vo. 

Contains pp. !SS. A notice oTlhiiwork 
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— Practical Essays on the Li- 
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A<;i:ording to the Quartcrlf Review, 
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— Divine Influence ; or the 
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Comslni pp. S63. According to the { 
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tl«D FhUoM^T. 

— Theology of the early Pa- 
triarchs, illustrated by an Appeal 
to subsequent Parts of the Holy 


Scriptures. Bristol, 1825. 8vo. 
■2 vols. U. Is. 

BiDDt;LPii, William. Travels 
offoure ^glishmen and aPreacber 
into Africa, Asia, Troy, Bytbinia, 
Tliracia and to the blacic Sea : and 
into Syria, &c. &c. Lond. 1612. 

Black Idler. QordoDitoun, 3S3, 4J- St. 

BiDLAKE, John.D.D. SermoDi 
on various Subjects. London, 
1808. 8vo. 3 vols. 18s. 

Dr. Bidlake likcwiie pobliihed seven! 
very pleasing volumes of poems, whiditn 
recommended by Dr. N. Drake. 

BiDPAi. Kalila and Dimna or 
the Fables of Bidpai, trenslaled 
from the Arabic, by Knatchbull. 
Oxford, 1819. 8vo. 10s. 6d. 

BiEtFELD, Baron de. Ele- 
mcnls'of universal Erudition, con- 
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of the Sciences, Polite Arts, and 
Belles Lettres, translated from the 
German, bv William Hooper, M.D. 
London, 17"70. 8vo. 3 vols. 9s. 

Dr. Itogpcr likeivluc tranilucd Letters, 
conlaimiig on^aul Anecdolea of the Pnit- 
sian Court, 1761-70. 12mo. 4 roll. 7 s. M. 

Bienville,, M.D. Nym- 
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Birkenhead, Sir John. The 
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BiRKiiEAD, Henry. Poemata 

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tical Jewel. London, 1585. folio. 

A Tery curious work with wood-cuts by 
the author. A copy of this work, as well 
as Blagrave's Baculura familliare, 1596, 
and Astrolabium Vranicum, 1566. are in 
tile British Museum. A life of him wi[l be 
found in Dr. Bliss's edition of Wood's Athen. 
Oxon. iL 96-8. 

Blag RAVE, Jos. Planispherium 

Catholicum. Londini, 1658. 4to. 

In the title are portraits of Blagrave and 
Palmer by D. L(oggan). 

— Epitome of the Art of Hus- 
bandry. London, 1669. 12mo. 5s. 

Reprinted 1679 and 1685. In this work 
win be found brief experimental directions 
Ibr the right use of the angle. 

Blaii9e, Dekbere. Outlines 

of the veterinary Art. New Edition. 

London, 1816. 8vo. 2 vols. 

This writer has likewise published scve- 
jal other esteemed works on the diseases 
of Horses and Dogs. 

Blaimvillf., M. de. Travels 
through Holland, Germany, Swit- 
zerland and other Parts of Europe, 
but especially Italy. Translated 
from the French, by TumbuU and 
'Guthrie. London, 1743 or 1757. 
4to. 3 vobt with maps, &c. 


These travels though praised by Dr. 
Johnson are now held in Uttle estimation. 
Reed, 3332, 1/. 2s. 

Blair, Am. See Wallace, 
Sir William. 

•— Hugh, D.D. Sermons, with 

Life, by James Finlayson, D.D. 

Edinb. and London, 1777-1801. 

8vo. 5 vols. 

These excellent sermons have passed 
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— Lectures on Rhetoric and 
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Frequently reprinted. The tot edition 
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Heath, 134. 1/. lis. 6d. WilUama, 284. 
R 8s. An account of Bbir*s Lift and Wri- 
tings was published by John Hill, LL.D. 
1807. 8vo. 6s. 

— James. Our Saviour's divine 
Sermon on the Mount, contained 
in the Vih, Vlth, and Vllth Chap- 
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plained ; and the Practice of it re- 
commended in diverse Sermons and 
discourses. To which is prefixed 
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mon on the Mount. Lond. 1740. 
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Best edition of these valuable Semoiis, 
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Waterland. Williams, 806, 2i. 967, m»- 
rocco, 2L 98. The former editioa appeutd 
1722, 8 vo. 5 vols. 

— John, LL.D. Lectures on the 
Canon of the Scriptures. London, 
1785. 4to. 6s. 

A work of considerable learning and if- 

— Chronology and Historr of 
the World, illustrated in LVI 
Tables, with 14 Maps, and a Dis- 
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Heath, 2143, AL lOs. The first tiUim 
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1815. 1820. The XIV maps wcfepoUUH 
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— Patrick. Botanical Entys 
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A most ingenions wofk, felMii^ dbUif 
totiietexetorplMili«fillh4iiltlfi. lUi 


writer likewise poUiilied Phtrmaoo^Bota- 
nologia. London, 1723-8, 4to. extending 
onlj to the letter H. 

Blair, Robert. Grave, a Poem, 

with 12 plates, by Scbiavonetti, 

after Blake. Lond. 1808. large 4to. 

Duke of York, 738, R tome copies are 
printed in fi>Ua This much esteemed poem 
has passed through numerous editions, and 
is reprinted in Chalmers and other Collec- 
dons of the Poets. 

Blake, Wm. Silver Drops, or 
serious Things ; with Letters con- 
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Bianchardin and Eglantine. — 
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A naefal treatise. Dent, pt L 227, Ss. 

Blavd, Rev. R. Algebraical 
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A WHffc of considerable utility. A key 
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— Collection of the most beau- 
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— Robt. M.D. Proverbs chiefly 
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Bbdlay, pL L 407, with a few MS. re- 
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— Td>ie. Baite for Momus, so 
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Blandy, Mary. Trial of Mary 
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Blaquirre, Edward. Letters 
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formation. The author has likewise pub- 
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of the attempts to rescue it from the Otto- 
man power. 

Blaxton, John. English Usu- 
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London, 1634. 4to. with a frontis- 

At the end are verses by George Wither. 
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19s. Towncley, pt. i. 389, U. Is. 

Blayney, Allan. Festorum 
Metropolis. The metropolitaine 
Feast of the Birth-day of our Sa- 
viour Jesus Christ, annually to be 
kept holy by them that call upon 
him in all Nations. London, 1654. 
small 8vo. 

A copy is in the British Museum. Bibl. 
Anglo-Poet. 260. 

— Benjamin, D.D. Disserta- 
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'true Import and Application of the 
Vision related Dan. ix. 20. to the 
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A learned tract, in which some of Pro- 
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— Lord. Narrative of a forced 
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8vo. 3 vols. 

A severe critique on this work appeared 
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Blazon of Coloures in Armoryes 
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A long description of this very rare 
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Blenerh ASSET, Thomas. A 
Direction for the Plantation of 
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Blet£R1E,J.P. R.dela. Life of 
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Blioii, Richard. Reports of 
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These reports are in continuation of thoM 
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Blitu, Walter. English Im- 
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A well known and Tery ingenious work. 
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with additions, were entitled ' The Improv«r 
Improved.' The third impression, 1652, 
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Blome, Richard. Description 
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White Kni.hta, pt. i. 472, 198. Na«a% 
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— Collectanea Cantabrigiensia; Vol. iii. Lynn, 1769. Tide, prefiu^c, 

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A map of Marsh Land in Norfolk, p. 601. 
18. St. Peter's Church at Walpole, p. 716. 
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— Essay towards a topographi- 
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Sykes, pt i. 427, 5/. 7s> large paper in 

CMtUiou. — ^Vol. i. pp. xvi. and 548 ; 
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Blom FIELD, Charles James, 
Bishop of Chester. Dissertation 


upon the traditional Knowledge of 
a promised Redeemer, which sub- 
sisted before the Advent of our Sa- 
viour. Cambridge, IB 19. 8vo. 
4s. 6d. 

Blomfield, C. J. Bishop of 
Chester. Twelve Lectures on the 
Acts of the Apostles : to which is 
added a new Edition of Five Lec- 
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bearing Testimony to Jesus Chrbt. 
London, 1828. 8vo. 10s. 6d. 

The former edition of the Lccturei on 
Saint John appeared 1823, 12mo. 2s. 

Blondel, David. Treatise of 
the Sibyls, translated by J. Davies. 
London, 1661. folio, 5s. 

Koxburghe, 670, 9s. 6d. 

— Pindar and Horace compar- 
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1680. 8vo. 4s. 

Another translation bj Sher- 

burne, 1606, 8vo. 4s. 

Blovdeville. SeeBLUNDE- 

Blood, Thomas. Remarks on 
the Life and Death of the famed 
Mr. Blood. London, 1680. folio. 

Reprinted in the eighth volume of the 
Somers Collection of Tracts. 

Blood for Blood : or, Murthers 
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tragical Histories, to which are 
added five more, being the sad 
Product of our own Times, vii. 
Charles the Martyr, and four 
others. London, 1661. 8vo. with 

Sotheby's in May, 1823, 15t. 

Bloom Ft eld, Ezekiel. Lec- 
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4to. 20s. 

— Robert. Farmer's Boy, a 
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Frequently reprinted. An elmnt edi- 
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— Rural Tales, Ballads, and 
Songs. London, 1802« 12mo. 4s. 


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Bloomfield, Rev. S. T. Re- 
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cne, being a critical Digest and 
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New Testament, excgetical, phi- 
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1827. 8vo. 8 vols. 

One of the most important works in 
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Bloeb, Edward. Monumental 
Remains of noble and eminent 
Persons. London, 1825. imperial 
8ro. 5 pts. with 30 plates, 31. 15s. 

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lagcment. Quarto, 6/. 6s. india paper 



-— Thomas. History and Anti- 
quities of the County of Rutland. 
Stamford, (1811). royal folio, vol. 
],part ii. 

This work merits great praise, and de- 
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— History of the Manor and 
Manor House of South Win- 
field, in Derbyshire. London, 
1793. 4to. 

No. 9. sf the Miscellaneous Antiquities, 
in coBliDiiatiou of the Biblloth, Top<^. 
Brit, ffindley, pt. i. 909, 6s. Drury, 568, 

— Account of the Public 
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ntable Foundations in the Bo- 
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1813. 8vo. 

B— 3 A 3, besides title, introduction 
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Blosius, F. Mirrour forMonkes. 
Pvts, 1676. 18mo. with front, and 

White Knights. pt.i. 473, mor. 1/. 5s. 

Blouht, Cnarles. Miscella- 
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The works of this writer are field in 
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BLouNT,Edward. Ars Aulica, the 
Courtier's Arte. London, 1607. 
12 mo. 53. 

— Hone Subsescivee. Obser- 
vation and Discovrses. London, 
1626. 8 vo. 63. 

— See CoNESTAOGio, Jerome. 


Earle, John, Bishop of 

— Sir Henry. Voyage into the 
Levant. Third Edition. London, 
1638. 4to. 53. 

Of little value or authority ; reprinted in 
the Oxford and Pinkerton's Collections of 
Voyages and Travels. Nassau, pt. i. 419, 
78. The first edidon appeared 1636, 4to. 
Fonthill, 2612, li. ; reprinted 1637, 1650, 
1669, Nassau, pt.i. 276, 5s. 

— Tho. Academie of Elo- 
quence. London, 1654. 12mo. 

The title engraved by W. Faithome con- 
taining portraits of Lord Bacon and Shr P. 
Sidney. 1656. Nassau, pt. i. 273, W. 

— Glossographia, or Dictionary 
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BoDMERy — . Noah : at- 


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A miserable translation. 

BoDuuoAK, Nicholas, other- 
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On this work Van Swieten wrote an ex- 
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— Elements of Chemistry^ trans- 
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An excellent translation of a work once 
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BoETnius, A. M. T. S. Dc 
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Boo AN, Zachary. Homenis 
EBPAIZON, sive Comparatio Ho- 
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Inglis, 205, 19s. 

BoouE, David, D. D. Essay 
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BoiiUN, Edmund. Charac- 
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Boh UN, Wm. Privilegia Londini : 
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Boiardo, Matteo Maria. Or* 
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Steevens, 507, 128. but now worth con- 
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Bolton, Edmund. Element' 
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— Robert. Worke of the 
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Instructions fur the right comforting afflicted 
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Helps to Humiliation. Oxford, 1631, 12mo. 
Carnal Professor. London, 1634, 12mo. 
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His life was published 1641, 4 to. 

— Samuel, D. D. Dead 
Saint speaking to Saints and Sin- 
ners living. London, 1657, folio, 


with portrait by W. Faithorne, 
10s. 6d. 

— Solomon. Extinct Peerage 
of England. London, 1769. 8vo. 

A very useful work, consisting of pp. 315, 
with a preface and index. Heath, 1622, 
7s. 6d. Roxburghe, 8671, 10s. 6d. 

Bolts, William. Considerations 
on India Affairs. London, 1772- 
5. 4to. 2 Parts in 3 vols. 

Bombay. — Transactions of the 
Literary Society of Bombay. Lon- 
don, 1819, 20, 3. 4to. 3 vob. 
with plates. 

Vol. i. published at 2/. 12s. 6d. VoL iL 
3/. 3/. Vol. iii. 3/. 13s. 6d. 

Bom BET, L. A. C. LiFea of 
Haydn and Mozart ; with Observa- 
tions on the Genius of Metastasio, 
and the present State of Music in 
France and Italy. Translated from 
the French, with Notes by the 
Author of the Sacred Melodies. 
London, 1817. 8vo. 

A valuable, authentic, and inteieftiiig 
volume of musical biography. SbetteU, 
1586, I4s. 

BoMBiN, Paul. Vita et Mar- 
tyrivm Edmvndi Campiani, Mar- 
tyris Angli Societate lesv. Ant- 
verp. 1618. 12mo. 

A copy is in the British Muieuin. So- 
theby's in July, 1831, 2U Reprinted, ac- 
cording to Ant. a Wood, at Mantua, 1680, 

Bon. — John Bon and Mast Per- 
son. London by John Daye and 
Willy a Seres. 4to. 

A bitter satire, consisting of four Itna, 
against the reat Presence, written by one 
Luke a physician, of which only one copy 
is said to exist. It has been reprinted hi 
fac-simile, 1807, 3s. of which 25 copies wen 
struck off upon parchment or veOam. 
Brockctt, 1796, 8s. 6d. Constable, M4, 
6s. Nassau, pt i. 2329, 10a. SirM.lf. 
Sykes, pt ii. 92, morocco, XL 13a. Tome- 
ley, pt i. 388, 1 Is. 

Bon Ton Magazine, or Micro- 
scope of Fashion and Folly. Lon- 
don, 1791. 8vo. 4vols. 

Bona, John. Guide to Eter- 
nity, extracted out of the Writings 
of the holy Fat hers,and ancient Phi- 
losophers. London, 1709. 8yo. 31. 
Frequently reprinted. 

BoNARELLi, Guidub. de. Filli 





dl ScirOy Favola pastorale. Glasg. 
1763. small 8vo. 5s. 

— Filli di Sciro, translated into 
English by J. S. (probably James 
Shirley). London, 1655. 4to. 

Inglii' Old I^yt, 121,88. Roxbarghe, 
575S, ISs. 

Bom AYEKTURE, Saint. Legeda 
maior beatissimi Patris Francisci a 
Bonavetura. Paris, in Offic. Clau- 
dii CheualloD, venund. Londonijs. 

ConUint a to m 4 in eights. 

— Speculum Vite Christi ; or 
the Myrroure of the blessed Lyf of 
Jhesu Cryste. EmpryiUed by 
Wyllyam Caxton. Folio, with 

Compiled fit>m the Latin of Bonaven- 
tU9 De If editatione Vite Cristi. The Kng- 
EA tianslator i« suppoted to be John Mor- 
toBy an Augttitine friar. The volume ends 
oo llie n wt ne of sign, t iiij in eights, A 1 
Mn^ blank. On sign. S commences a short 
treadae of the sacrament of Christ's body. 
A copy b in Earl Spencer's library. Rox- 
fenfj^fte, 112, two leaves wanting. 45i. 
8m Amea, by Dibdin, i. 320--2. Bibl. 
Spencer, iv. 326-7. Warton's Poetry, 
Svo. iL 426. 

— Speculum Vite Cristi i^cum 
Tractatu brere de Sacramento et 
OratioDe ejusdem Sacramenti) 
Wettmonasterii, 1494. folio. 

Tkia volome, consisting of pp. 168 and 
16, wms printed by W. de Worde. 

— Vita Christi. London^ by 
W.deWoide 1517. 4to. 

letter. To D d 5, without W. de 

derice, in fours and eights, with 

WUte Knights, 1 106, 8/. Another 

, by W. de Worde, 1525. 4to. con- 

W bdiy leaves, with numerous cuts. 

1530, 4to. D d 6, with cuts. 



— The Myrrour of the blessyed 
Life of Jhesu Cyrst, translated into 
Engclish 1410. Emprinted by 
Richard Pynson. folio, with cuts. 

p.ffffta^ gign. r iiij in eights. Both W. 
4c Worde*! and the present impression are 
iiipiisfinm Cazton'f publication of the same 
ivoiIl There ii an edition by Pynson, in 

— Saiat Bonaventure his Les- 
sons, entitled Alphabetum Religio- 
sonim [translatea by Richard Whit- 

ford]. London, by W. de Worde, 
1532. 4to. 

— The Life of S. Francis. 
Douay, 1610. 8vo. 10s. 6d. 

Dr. Dibdin notices an edition of the Life 
of St. Francis, printed by Pynson. 

BoN D, John. King Charles his 
Welcome Home. London, 1641. 
4to. with wood-cut portrait, 12s. 

Bond likewise wrote England's Reioyc- 
ing for the Parliament's Retvrne. London, 
1641. 4to. The Poets Recantation having 
suffered in the Pillory, ib. 1642. 4to. 

Ant. a Wood mentions several of the 
name of John Bond, one who published 
commentaries on Horace and Pcrsius, ' a 
polite and rare critic, whose labours have 
advanced the commonwealth of learning 
very much,' another, autlior of * A Door of 
Hope,' 1641. and other religious treatises, 
' an impudent, canting, and blasphemous 
person, who by his doctrine did lead people 
to rebellion, advance the cause of Satan 
much, and in fine by his, and the endea- 
vours of his brethren, brought all things to 
ruin, merely to advance their unsatiable 
and ambitious desires.' 

— William. Supernatural Phi- 
losopher, or the Mysteries of Ma- 
gick. Second Edition. London, 
1728. 8vo. with 2 portraits and 3 
plates. 6s. 

Defoe's Life of Duncan Campbell, with 
a new title-page. 

BoNDE, Cuiielgus. Scutum Ijle- 
gale. London, 1660. with front, 
and port. 

Inglis, 208, 14s. 

— William. De Julii Clovii 
clari admodum Pictoris Operibus. 
[Londini]. 1733. folio. 

Of very uncommon occurrence. 

BoNKFONius, Joh. Carmina, 
edente Maittaire. Londini, 1720. 
12mo. 3s. 

— Belinda; or, the Kisses, 
translated, and accompanied with 
the original Latin. London, 1798. 
8vo. 4s. 6d. 

Booi Ominis Votum. See Wi- 
ther, George. 

Bonn EL, James. Harmony of 
the holy Gospels. London, 1705. 
8vo. 3s. 6d. 

Bonner, Edmund, Bishop of 
London. The Declaration of the 
Bishop of London^ to be published 



to the Lay People of his Diocese, 
concerning the Reconciliation. 

A broadside dated Lond. 12. Feb. 1554. 

BoNNERy Edmund, Bishop of 
London. Articles (37) to be en- 
quired of in his general Visita- 
tion, exercised by him in the City 
and Dioc. of Lond. an. 1554. 

On these articles, reprinted by Bishop 
Burnet in hit History of the Reformation, 
Jo. Bale ' has commented on with a great 
deal of raillery.' 

— Jniuuctions geuen in the Vi- 
sitatio of Eilniunde, Bishop of 
London. London, by John Ca- 
voody 1 555. 4to. 

Nine leaves. 

— Ilomelies not onely promised 
before in his Boke, intituled, A ne- 
cessary Doctrine, but also now of 
late adioyned, &c. Anno, 
London, by John Cawood. 4to. 

T 2, in fours. 

— A profitable and necessary 
Doctrine, with certayne Homelies, 
adioyned thervnto. Lond in i in 
.^ibus Joannis Cawodi, 1555. 


Ccc, in fours. ' This doctrine or cate- 
chism is said to have been composed by 
his chaplains, John Harpeofield and Henry 
Pendleton, and to be taken out of the In- 
stitution of a Christian Man, set out by K. 
Hen. 8. only varied in some points.* — Ant. 
a Wood. Bindley, pt i. 1097 (Doctrine 
and Homelics), 3/. IGs. Williams, 2^7, 
both parts, morocco, 4/. lOs. Sir M. M. 
Sykes, pt. iii. 708. Other editions, without 
date. Sir M. M. Sykcs, pt. i. 442, ]/. 18s. 

Another edition at the end of which is a 
' Tetrasticlton, in immodicam prxsentis 
temporis pluuiam.' Also, ' A Dialogue bo- 
twene man and the Ay re of lyke eflTectc* 
Then ' Domine salue fac' &c. 4to. Dr. 
Dibdin notices Bishop Bonner's Works. 
Also his Catechism, 4to. See catalogue of 
Dr. Lort's books, 1086. Bishop Bonner's 
Catechism, 1555. 4to. 

In Fox's Acta and Mon. of the Church, 
and fip* Burnet's History of the Reforma- 
tion, will be found much by and relating 
to Bishop Bonner. 

See AVALEf Lemeke. 
Bale, John. 
Brooke, T. 
Harpbsfield, John. 
Knell, T. 

— Richard. Treatise of the 
right Worshipping of Christ in 


the Sacrament. London, for Gual- 
ther Lin, 1548. 8vo. 

From Maunsell's Catalogne, p. 22. Se§ 
Strype's Keel. Mem. ii. 146. 

Bon n et, Charles. Philosophi- 
cal and critical Inquiries concern* 
ing Christianity, translated by J. L. 
Boissier. London, 1787. 8¥0. 

Several other works by this eminent na- 
tural philosopher, have been translated into 

Bonn EVA L. Memoirs of the 
the Bashaw Count Bonneval, 
from his Birth to his Death. Lon- 
don, 1750. 8vo.6s. 

An entertaining work, contuning much 
secret history o: Europe, told afttf the 
manner of romance. 

BoNNEY, Henry Kaye, D.D. 
Life of Jeremy Taylor, Bishop of 
Down, Connor and Dromore. 
London, 1815. 8vo. with poitraity 

Dr. Bonney likewise published Memoiii 
of T. F. Middleton, Bishop of Calcutta, and 
also Historic Nodces of Fotheringay. Oiin- 
dle, 1821. 8vo. Brockett, 348, 6s. 6d. 
349, LARGE PAPER, 6s. 6d. 

BoNNOK, T. Views of the in- 
terior and exterior of Gloucester 
Cathedral : drawn and engraved by 
T. Bonnor, in 1796, and reprinted 

in 1815. 8vo. 

Contains pp. 37, with 12 plates. Tht 
ichnography of the cathedral accompanies 
the letter>pres«. Some impressions of the 
plates were taken off in quarto, and a smalt 
number of the same size on India paper. 

— Interior and exterior Views 

of Goodrich Castle, on the Banki 

of the Wye, drawn and engraved 

hy T. Bonnor, 1798, and reprinted 

iii 1815. 8vo. 

i ontMns pp. 57, with an engraved page, 
and 13 plates. Some copies of the pisies 
were taken off in quarto ; and a limited 
nuTubcr oi the same size on India paper. 

BoNNYCASTLE, Jolin. Trea- 
tise on Ai^elira. Second Edition. 
London, 1823 8vo. 2 vols. U. 5f. 

Bonny castle likewise publLthed sevcisl 
other excellent elementary treatises, which 
have been fVequently reprinted. 

— R. H. Spanish America. 
London, 1818. Svo. 2 voU. with 
maps, 12s, 


BowtcKit, Ambrow. Patteni 
n joang Student! in the Unirer- 
ity, tet forth in the Lire of Mr. 
L mbroK Bon wicke, sometime Srho- 
ir of St. John's College, Cam- 
vidge. London, 1729. 12mo. 

Tbi* little Tolnrae «u gtnirall j ucribed 
> Booyer, tbe letnicd prialcr, though It 
ni fai raalitf tbc pmloctimi of Ambrue'i 
UIkt. The ptefiic« wa« irrittca by Bow- 

Book._The Book of good M»- 
len, translated out of the Frensshe 
oto Englisshe. (Imprinted by Wil- 
iam Caxlon, 1487.) folio. 

The prologue begini on lign. * I . and on 
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te KCDnd (A— U, <n eigbti) ' A Tn>- 

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^■■L The whole nilume c«ii>iilt of 

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* ft in Etii Spencer*! library. 

'« AmM, bv l>ibdin, I. 330 -(. BiU. 

Her. IT 3!'a— 31. 

— The Booke of Death, or howe 
'hiiitiii'i Man ougiit to behaue 
idfe in the Danger of Death : 
Ik»v ihev arc to be comforted 
K de;tre Frends are tlcparted 
if this VVorld. Translated out 
•It Dutch. Iiy Md.'sCuiierdale. 
DO. 1579. 16nio. 

^ Hauiuc;ri CUalogue, p. 4S. 

The KUckc Booke. Printed 
C. I60J. 4to. 

1 Wner. Steewiu, 770, If. Si. 
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Ite first and setoi^il Booke 
iplioe ; t(^ther with some 
'^the generall Asuemblies, 
«Dd confirming the same : 

BOO 223 

and an Act of PaHiament. 1621 . 


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Island of Jamaica, with Nanative 
of various Engagement!, with the 
Spaniards, &c. London, for T. 
Jcnner, 1657. 4to. 11. Is. 

A curioiu hiitorical tract, with plitei of 
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Fifty fivi c'lpiei privately printed for 
prcicnts, by tl. Ilionuon. Sir M. H. 
: Sykes, pt. i. 242, Ti. 

! Booker, John. The Bloody 
Almanack, to which England is 
directed to foreknow what shall 
come to passe. London, 1643. 




Nauau, pt. ii. 807, 8s. King and 
Lochee's, in March 1810, 165.6d. 

Booker, John. No Mercurius 
Aquaticus, but a Cable Rope dou- 
ble twisted for John Taylor the 
Water Poet. 1644. 4to. 

Nassau, pt. i. 425, 1/. Is. Booker like- 
wise published another tract against the 
Water Poet, entitled * A Rope treble- 
twisted for John Tayler.' Loudon, 1G44. 

— Bloody Irish Almanack. 
London, 1646. 4to. 

This piece which contains some memo- 
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Ireland, is the only work of Booker, worth 
the reader's notice. Towneley, pt i. 315, 
5s. Many of Booker's publications are in 
the British Museum. 

— Dutch Fortune Teller, disco- 
vering XXXVI Questions, which 
old and young, married Men and 
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date. 8vo. 

— L, Historical Account of 
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PAPER, 15s. 

Books. — Critical Observations on 
Books. London, 1 776. 8vo. 2 vols. 

BooNE, Rev. T. C. Book of 
Churches and Sects ; or the Opini- 
ons of all Denominations of Chris- 
tians differing from the Church of 
England, traced to their Source. 
London, 1826. 8vo. 14s. 

— J. S. Essay on the Study of 
modem History. London, 1821. 
8vo. 8s. 

A spirited and luminous work. 

BooRDR. See Borde. 

Boot, Arnold, M.D. Animad- 
versiones sacree ad Textum Hebrai- 
cum veteris Testamenti. Londini, 
1644. 4to. 6s. 

A learned work. 

— Ger. et Arnold. Philoso- 
phia naturalis reformata ; id est, 
Philosophies Aristotelicse Exami- 
natio et Confutatio, et novoe ac 
verioris Introductio. Dublin. 1641. 

BooTE, R. Historical Treatise 
qLaq Action or Suit at Law. Sixth 


Edition, with considerable addi- 
tions, by John Adams, Serjeant at 
Law. London, 1823, 8vo. 99. 6d. 

The former editions of this valnable and 
esteemed work appeared 1799, 1781, 1795, 
1805, and 1814. 

Booth, Abraham. Works, with 
his Life. London, 1813. 8vo. 3 
vols, with portrait. 18s. 

The writings of this popalar dissenting 
minister are much esteemed by thoae of his 
sect His Psedobaptism examined b con- 
sidered by them as unanswerable. 

— Barton. Memoirs of the 
Life of Barton Booth, with his 
Character. London, 1733. 8vo. 
with portrait by Vander Gucht,48. 

Other lives of this celebrated actor were 
published by Theophilus Gibber, 8vo. 4s. 
and by Mr. Victor, 8vo. 48. 

— David. Analytical Diction- 
ary of the English Language. I^d- 
don, 1822-4. 4to. Parte i. and ii. 

An introduction to this dictionary was 
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81, 8s. Gd. 

— George. Nature and Prac- 
tice of real Actions in their Write 
and Process, both original and 
judicial. Second Edition corrected, 
with the Notes of Serjeant Hill. 

London, 1811. royal 8?o. 16s. 

The first edition appeared London, 1701, 
folio, some of which htkve the date of 1704. 

— John. Lexicon of the pri- 
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— Robert. Encomivm Herovnij 
Carmine AXPOSTIKO tentatrm. 
Londini, 1620. 4to. 

A copy is in the British Miuemn. 

BooTUBT, Sir Brooke. Tears 
of Penelope. Lond. 1795. small 
folio, with engravings after the 
designs of Fascii. 

— Sorroivs sacred to the Me- 
mory of Penelope. Lond. 1796. 

Towneley, pt ii. 345, 7t.' Foothill, 
1735, W. 

— Fables and Satires, with a 
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10s. 6d. 

— Richard. Description of 
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B. In tfaa Britkh liBmua ii a tnct end- 
tk4 'A tcu DrinailoB ofthe iniollBnble 
WTMgi dan* to Rlchud Bootbby, HeduDt 
tth^M, bj two tewd DoYanti ta the hoa. 
Eat India Csopanj. l^iim, 1814, Itc 

BooTBOUSB, Samuel. Remon- 
•trance of ■everal natioaal Injuries 
and Indi^ities perpetrated by the 
D^ of Tuni*, in Barbary. Lon- 
doD. 1653. 4to. 

A cnpj li )b the Biltiih HweDm. 

BooTHROTD, B. The History 
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tw« parts. 15*. 

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BoQVtKB, Peter. Defence of 
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Chriattanitie, againit (he new 
coaiilerfieiteSector leauites, trans- 
lated by T. G. Lond. 1581. 8vo. 

BoBDK, Andrew, H.D. Boke 
ofthe Introduction of Knowled^. 
London, by W. Copland. 4to, with 

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— Br«viarie of Health. London, 
by W. Middleton, 1547. 4to. 

• The fint written of that racuity in Eng. 
U,' nyi Fnlier. Herbert ia of opinion 
IbMlfiddlcton printed an cdiUon belbre 
IMT.inlSwo. R^irintcd IHS, t5S3. 
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BOR 325 

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Dietarie of Helthe ; where, giring direc- 
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of houiei, diet, and apparel, and not lui- 
pectiog how little he ihould initruct, and 
how much he migbl amuie a curioui poa- 
leilty, he hai pieierred many anecdolea of 
the private life, ciutomi, and art) of our 
anceitort.' — ICorlmi. 

- Merie Tales of the Madmen 
of Gotham, ^thered together by 
A. B. of Physick Doctour. 

According to Ant. i Wood, ' Printed at 
London in the time of K. Hen. 8, in wboae 
reign and alter, it wai accounted a book 
fall of wit and mirth by Kholara and gentle- 
1. AAerwardi, being often printed, ia 
'•old only on the ttnlli of ballad -lingera.' 
An action, London 1630, l2nio.ii in the 
Bodleian library. Thii phyiician hai the 
reputation of being the original Merry 
Andrew ; to him ii (iKribed ' A Hiitorie of 
the Mylner of AbyngtoD,' 4to. and John 
Scogiu'i Jedn. SwWarton'i Poctry,iectiDn 
XLI. Wood') Atb. Oxon. by Dr. Bliu, 
■ 170—82. 

Border Antiquities. Set Scott, 
Sir Walter, Bart. 

BoREWAH, Robert, D. D. 
naittm-$faiiAf>f, the Triumph of 
Learning over T^orancc, and of 
Truth over Falsehood. Lontjon, 
1653. 4to. 

Reprinted In the firit volume of the 
Harleian Miicellany. 

- Mirrourof Mercy and Judg;e- 
ment, or an exact antl true Narra- 
tive of the Life and Death of 
Freeman Sond«. Lond. 1655. 4to. 

Reprinted with Sir Ctotge Sondei' own 
count ■< Rreiham (IT92) imall Hvo. 
and in the tenlh Tolume of [he Harleian 
MiKcUany. Rob. Doreman likewise pub- 
Gulled The Churdiman'a Catechism, Lon- 
in, lost, 4to. A Mirrour of Clirialianity 
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Freoch. London, 1808. 870. 4 
fob. with atlas in 4to. 

Ab exccUent work tmting fulljp of the 
wnnfactiiTH, the dTil, politicil, sod rell- 
paiii MatearSp«iB,ni«iinen,llterBtuTe,&c. 

BouKioNON, Antonia. Apology 
for H. Antonia Bourignon, in four 
PaiU. London, 1699. 810. 4s. 

Al^ end ofthf Tolumeli ■ lial of the 
■Mrkaofthu Inusle fDlhtuiut. Thelblloir- 
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BouKKK, Thomas. History of 
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Taaion of that Country till iheir final 
Eipniston from it. London, 1811. 
4io. 2li. 

Bouftv, Samuel, of Norwich. 
Sermons and Discourse!. London, 
1760. 3, 77. aw. 6 vols. 18a. 

nmaaaatniei by Jab Orton u * ipeci- 

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men ' of a good atjle for KmiDiu.' Scr- 
maiu an the Chriitian Religion. Loaixto, 
ITSS. Svo. WtlUama, 28S, ISi. 

Bourn, Thomas. Gazetteer of 
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World, with brief Notices of the 
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most celebrated Persona connected 
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BouKHB, Rgv. Henry. History 
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title. Towneler, pt. U. 323,11. li. NunUi 
pLi. ISO, tL He«th,4S77, II. 7>.. BiiP. 
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— Vincent. Miscellaneous 
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morocco, 1 Si. 1734- 1743. Editia tortla. 
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ol any of tbe writert in bii way, except 
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— William. Regiment for the 
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First edition. Inglia, 184, I7i. Re- 
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XL Is. 

BouRRiTy M. T. Relation of 
a Journey to the Glaciers in the 
Datchy of Savoy, translated from 
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BouTciiER, William. Treatise 
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7s. 6d. 

BouTERwEK, Fred. History of 
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BouvET, Father J. Life of 
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BouTet likewise wrote ' The present 
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2544, 38. 

Bo VET, Richard. Pandemo- 
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1684. 8vo. with front, by Slurt. 
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BowACK, John. The Antiqui- 
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ment, 4 pages; the antiquities, [B— G] 22 
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ter; consisting of upwards of 600 
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BowDicu^T. Edward. Mission 
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Of little value or interest Drury, 737, 
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15 plates. 15s. 

Introduction to the Ornithology of Covier. 
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Excursions in Madeira and Porto Santo, 
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2/. 28. 

BowDLER, Jun. John. Select 
Pieces in Prose and Verse. Lon- 
don, 1818. 8vo. 2 vols. 12s. 

The peculiar value of these volmnca, is 
the combination of talent, of taste, and of 
piety which they exhibit.' — Qutrttrlif R#- 


— Thomas. Sermons on the 
Nature, Offices, and Character of 
Jesus Christ. London, 1818. 8vo. 
2 vols. 1/. Is. 

— Mrs. Practical Observa- 
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John, written in the year 1775. 
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Doctrines and Duties of Christianity, which 
has i^one through upwardsof twenty edidone. 

Bow EN, Thomas. Account of 
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London, 1783. 4to. 5s. 

Bower, Alexander. Life of 
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— History of the University of 
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BowERy Archibald. History of 
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First tract. Roxborgfae, 1993, lis. 
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— John. Description of the 
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Bowea.— Trae Report of the hor- 
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BowLE, John. Letter to Bishop 
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BowLBs, Rev. Wm. Lisle. Pan- 
las Parochialis; or, a plain and 
practical View of the Object, Ar- 
gumentf, and Connection of St. 
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a Series of Sermons, adapted to 
Coontfy Congregations. Bath, 
18S6. 8vo. 

This writer edited an edition of Pope's 
Vofks, and has also published several vo- 
Inaics of poems, &c. 

BowLK ER, Richard. Art of Ang- 
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BowMAW, Hildebrand. Travels 
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Bow RET, Tho. Dictionary En- 
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glish. London, 1701. 4to. with a 

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B0WR1N6, John, and Harry 
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Poets ; wiih Remarks on the poeti- 
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the Netherlands. London, 1824. 
fscap. 8vo. 7s. 6d. 

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BowYER, William. Origin of 
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The first edition appeared in 1774, to 
which an appendix was added in 1778. 

— Miscellaneous Tracts, by the 
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London, 1785. 4to. IL Is. 

Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 451, IL 13s. 

— Critical Conjectures and Ob- 
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H H 



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Box HORN! us, Mar. Zuirius. 
Originum Gallicarum Liber : acce- 
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Lexicon Britannico-latinum, cum 
adjectis et insertis Adagiis Britan- 
nicis Sapientioe Vcterum Druidum 
Reliquiis. Amst. 1654. 4to. I83. 

A copy is in the British Museum. 

Boy Bishop. In Die Innocen- 
cium Scrmo pro Episcopo Puero- 
rnm. [London, by Wynkin de 

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letter, double columns. At the end is a 
wood- cut of the crucifixion, and the mark 
ofW.C. and Worde. 

— Episcopus Puerorum in Die 
Innocentium ; or Discoverie of an 
antient Custom in the Church of 
Saruro, of making an anniversarie 
Bishop among the Choristers. Lon- 
don, 1649, 4to. with cuts. 

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1671, WhiteKuights, 1551, 58. This tract 
was written in explanation of a stone monu- 
ment still remaining in Salisbury-cathedral, 
representing a little boy habited in episcopal 
robes, with a mitre upon his head, a crosier 
in his hand, &c. and the explanation was 
derived from a chapter in the ancient sta- 
tutes of that church entitled De Episcopo 
Choristarum. A long account of the Boy 
Bishop will be found in Hawkins History of 
Music, vol. ii. 

BoYCE, Samuel. Poems on se- 
veral Occasions. London, 1757. 
8vo. 5s. 

Large PAPER. Garrick, 292, 12s. 6d. 

•— William, Mus. D. Anthems. 
London, 1788. folio, with portrait 
by J. K. Sherwin, 1775. 

An account of Dr.Boycc will be found in 
Bumey's Music, iii. 619 — 21. 

BoYCE. See Boetiiius. 

Boyd, And. Ad avgvsiissimvm 
Monarcham Carolum in Scotiam 
redeuntem. Carmen panegyricum. 
Edinb. 1633. 4to. 

A copy is in the British Museum. 

— Hugh. Miscellaneous Works, 


with an Account of his Life and 
Writings by L. D. Campbell. Lon* 
don, 1800, 8vo. 2 ?oU. 9s. 

Boyd is one of the reputed authon of 
the Letters of Junius. Fonthlll, 2895, 
11, lU. A copy of this writer's Indian 
Observer. CalcutU, 1795. Bindley, pt i. 
641, 13s. 6d. 

BoYD, Hugh Stuart. Select 
Passages from the Writings of St 
Chrysostom, St. Gregory, Nazian- 
zen and St. Basil : translated from 
the Greek. London, 1810. royal 
8vo. 10s. 

— Mark Alex. Sketch of the 
Life of Mark Alexander Boyd. 
1787. 4to. 

By Sir David Dalrymple, Lord HaUes. 

— - Robert. Bodii in Epistolam 
Pauli Apostoli ad Ephesios Preelec- 
tiones supra CC. Lond. 1652. foL 
1/. Is. 

It consists of pp. 1236, with life by An- 
drew Rivet, preface by Principal BailUe, and 
Latin verses by David Leech, Zachary Boyd 
and others. Reprinted Genev. 1660, f»Uo. 
An English translation of these Pnelectioiif, 
which contain some good critical remarks, 
as well as many eloquent passages, was 
published in 4 to. by the author's son. 

— Monita de Filii sui primoge- 
niti Institutione. Accessit Heca- 
tombe Christiana. Edinb. 1701. 

An edition of the Hecatombe Christiaiia 
was published, Edinb. 1627, 8vo. 

— , LL.D. Office, Powers and 
Jurisdiction of his Majesty's Jus- 
tices of the Peace and Commis- 
sioners of Supply. Edinb. 1787, 
4to. 2 vols. 

Boyd also published Judicial Proceedings 
before the Court of Admiralty and Supreme 
Consbtorial or Commissary Court of ScoC* 
laud. Edinb. 1779. 4to. 

— Zachary. Garden of Zion. 
Glasgow, 1644, 4to. 

Roxburghc, 3339, 3/. 3s. Boyd like- 
wise published The Battle of the Soul ia 
Death. Kdinb. 1619, 1629. 8vo. Oratio 
pancgyrica ad Carolum Regem, pridie quan 
in Scotia coronatur. Edinb. 1633. 4to. 
Crosses, Comforts, Counsels. Glaag. 1643. 
8vo. Two Oriental Pearls, Grace and 
Glory, the godly Man's Chdoe and a Cor- 
dial of Comforts for a wearied Soul. Edia- 
burgh, 1718. 12mo. 


B0TDE9 H. Voyage to Barbary. 
LoodoD, 1736. 8vo. 

Hemth, 2723, St. 6d. 

BoTDELL, John. Collection of 
Prints, engraved after the most ca- 
pital Paintings in England, pub- 
Kshed by J. Boydell, with a Des- 
cription of each Picture in English 
and French. London, 1769. atlas 
folio. 9 Tols. 

Vol. i. conrains 50 plates.— Vol. ii. 64 
pbtn.— VoL ni. 78 plates.--Vol. iv. 87 
pbtei.— VoL V. 60 plates.— Vol. vi. 60 
plates. — ^Vol.vii. plates.— Vol. viiu* plates. 
— VoL ix. plates, making in the whole 561 
printi. Fonthill, 3774, half-bound russia, 
75| gmneas. 

— Views of Seats, Castles, and 
romantick Places in North Wales. 

Pkoofs. Dent, pt i. 350. 1/. 58. 

— The History of the River 
Thames. (By William Coombe.) 
London, 1794-6. folio. 2 vols. 

Time volumes contain coloured plates, 
kam drawings hy J. Farlngton, R. A. en- 
psvtd by J. E. Sudler. 

VoL L Title, and dedicadon to Horace 
Eari of Orfinrd; preface, table and list of 
piitti, S pages; the historical part, 312 
pages. — VoL U. Title; list of plates and 
table, 2 pages; history 294 pages. 

Dent, pC IL 145, russia, 3L lOs. Baker, 
271, 4/. 10s. Beckford, in 1817. 197, 
•LSa. 6d. Nassau, pt 1. 657, russia, 
IL 17a. 6d. Rozburghe, 8640, russia, 
8L ISa. M. FonthiU, 568, russia, 16/. 16s. 
1734, 5/. 

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— Picturesque Scenery of Nor- 
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looied plates. 

Sotheby's in 1823. 3/. lis. 

— - Illustrations of holy Writ, 
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Taylor, royal 4to. 6/. 6s. 

Some copies in imperial 4to. Proofi on 
iVDia PAPEB, Si. 8a. 

— Thirty-nine Views in London 
and its Environs, drawn and en- 
graved by John and Thomas Boy- 
dell. Soe 17} by 10| inches. 

— Catalogue raisonn^ d*un 
Recneil d'Estampes, d'apr^s les 
pins Tableaux qui soient en Angle- 
terre. liOndres, 1779# 4to. 6s. 

— See GuERCifio. 

Gallery at Houghton. 
BoYER, Abel. Political State 
of Great Britain, 1711-40. Lond. 
8vo. 60 vols. 

A monthly publication containing a his- 
tory of all parties, ecclesiastical and civil, 
with abstracts of pamphlets, &c. relative to 
Great Britain and Europe. A copy is in 
the British Museum. Marquis of Town- 
send, 264, (vol. 39 wanting), 12/. 12s. 
Willett, 1920. 25/. Heath, 4405, 43/. Is. 

— Theater of Honour and No- 
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London, 1729. 4to. 128. 

Contains pp. 259, with a front engraved 
by P. Fourdrinier, and plates. 

— History of Queen Anne. Lon- 
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of Q. Anne digested into Annals.' Lon- 
don, 1703-13.8VO. 11 vols. 10s. 6d. 

Boyer likewise published a {listory of 
William HI. 1702. 8vo. 3 vols, and a 
Life of Sir W. Temple. 1714. 8vo. with 

— French and English Diction- 
ary. London, 1816. 4to. 2 vols. 

Best edition of this esteemed work. An 
abridgement in 8vo. 12s. 

— Peter. History of the Vau- 
dois. London, 1690-2. 12mo. 
2 vols. 

Boyle, Charles. SeeOtLREVLY, 
Earl of. 

— Robert. Works, to which is 
prefixed the Life of the Author [by 
Thomas Birch, D.D.] Lond. 1744. 
folio. 5 vols. 

FonthiU, 1347, 3/. Is. Willett, 423, 
5/. 5s. LARGE PAPER. Garrick, 529, 
3^ 3s. Dr. Birch's Life of Boyle was 
likewise published separately, 1744. in 

— Another Edition. London, 
1772. 4to. 6 vols. 

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450, russia, 4^ lOi. Dent, pt. i. 477, 
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6L Duke of Grafton, 405, 61. 10s. Drury, 
743, 7/. 7s. Heath, 1677, 9/. 9s. 

— Philosophical Works abridg- 
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238 BRA BRA 

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16mo. F 4, in eighu. Thii protestant Sketches of the Country, Charac- 

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In which is set forth the Authoritie of Pa- the Campaign, and on the Koute 

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1548. &ro. The letter consbts of nine companied with incidental lllustra- 

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Complaint of Verity, &c. London, 1559. tion and Description on each Sub. 

8vo. See Wood's Athen. Oxon. by Dr. ject. London, 1809. tollO, With 

Bliss, i. 59. coloured plates. 

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By CopUnde, 1560. Towneley, pt. i. 357. jj/. IGs. Dent, pt i. 481, 21. 2s. White 

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All the Examinacions of M. John Brad- Br A DLEY , Charles. ScrmOnS 

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10s. 6d. It is introduced with * The 8vO. 

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God's ctemall ElecUon and Predestination. R^y^ N. Bliss. Oxford, 1798, 

London, 1562. 16mo. 10s. 6d. Contains -, qac c^m^ o «^i« oi 

Q 6, in eights. The treatise on Election 1 805. foho. 2 vois. 9/. 

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Contains 96 leaves, besides the preface. ^^' ^.^' ^^^^'^^^' ^8- 

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Roxburghe, supplement, 597. _ Philosophical Account of the 

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By R. B. Gent. London, 1655. 

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■ Cipitali HereiiAa, or the ctIII Angcb 
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quatuor partes dislinctus : &c. 
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— Some Rules and Orders for 


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Homelye of the Kesurrection of Christe, 
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Brerewood, Edward. De Pon- 
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an idle Head. lx)ndon, 1577.4to. 

Bindley, pt. i. 743, 42L resold, Perry, 
ptL 597, 28/. 17s. 0d.— Agidn, 1582, 4to. 
A— O U. io fours, which edition is r;:print- 
cd in the irrt volume of the Heticonia. 

— Workes of a young Wyt 
trust vp with a Fardell of prettie 
Fancies: whereunto is ioined an 
odde Kinde of Wooing with a Ban- 
quet of Comfettcs. London, 1 577. 

A curious little work, containing pictu- 
reM|ue descripdons of the nuinners of the 
does, ace. Steevens, 997. Rozburghe, 
dl7a White Knights, -3173. 

— Brittons Boure of Delights, 
contayning many Diuises of rare 
Epitapbes, pleasaunt Poems, Pas- 
toralb, and Sonnets. London^ 
1591. 4to. 

This edition was disowned by Breton in 
' The Pilgrimage to Paradise.' Perry, pt i. 
598, 16L 15s. 6d. Ritson mentions an 
ediiioo 1597. 4ta 

— The Countess of Pembrook*8 
Passion. 1592. 

A MS. tofj of tliis poem occurs in the 
Harleiao Collection, no. 1303. 

— Pilgrimage to Paradise. Ox- 
ford, 1592. 4ta. 

A |ifi dedicaled ' To the Gentlemen 
itndicnts and aoolers of Oxford.' 

— Marie Magdalens Loue, a 
practical Discourse on John 20, 
1 — 18. A solemne Passion of the 
Soules Loue. Loud. 1595. 16mo. 

The am tract, E 7, in eighu ; the latter, 
la sts-Une stanzas, coi^tinued to G 8. At 
the end ' Nicholas Britten.'' An edition of 
the latter tr