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BIBLIOGRAPHER'S MANUAL 

ENGLISH LITERATURE 



CCOCNT 01 KAM^ CCUOUS, AND DBKnTL BOOES. rUBLUBBD IH OB »ELA. 

[ BiuJOaurBiCAL aud critical moti 



■WILLIAM THOMAS LOWHDES. 



BY HENRY G. BOHN. 

IH SIX VOLUMEa. 

VOL. VI. Appehdk. 



LONDON! 
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APPENDIX VOLUME. 



I HEBEWiTH complete my Bibliographical task as far as I 
feel pledged to the public. What I may do hereafter in 
the same department must for the present remain a matter 
of reflection, and will depend upon sundry contingencies. 

I had at one time intended to proceed, without inter- 
mission, with a second or supplemental ' series, bringing up 
the Bibliography of English Literature to the present time, 
but I am becoming apprehensive that this, in a commercial 
point of view, would be but an ill-requited labour ; and 
although I have not, in the present undertaking, made pe- 
cuniary profit a consideration, my advancing age inclines 
zne to hesitate before I encounter any severe labour doubt- 
fully remunerative. 

The Bibliography of our- present literature is, besides, 
much less required than that of the past, inasmuch as the 
Critical Eeviews of the last thirty years, (the period in 
question), together with the well-executed London Cata- 
logue recently published, enable the enquirer to become 
sufficiently familiar with the literary and mercantile value of 
almost every modem book of the least importance. How- 




IV APFBITDIX VOLUME. 

ever, though I promise nothing, I decline nothing, and maj, 
after a suflcient respite, be tempted to re-enter the Biblio- 
graphical arena. 

■ The present Volume, though called an Appendix to 
Lowndes, is of an entirely different character, and to some 
extent an independent work. The information contained 
in it is for the most part new in a collective form, and has 
cost a vast amount of labour and anxiety, notwithstanding 
that the Secretaries of the various literary and scientific 
bodies have, with but little exception, readily communicated 
whatever was required of them. 

The Notices or Advertisements prefixed to the previous 
ten Parts have acquainted the reader with nearly all I have 
to say in respect to my revision of the original matter. I 
will only observe that although a great deal has been added 
throughout the work, the latter portion of it is much more 
completely worked up than the earlier, owing to my having 
relied, at the outset, too implicitly on an accredited amanu- 
ensis. And this gives me occasion to observe that Biblio- 
graphical knowledge alone is not sufficient for producing a 
satisfactory Manual — ^it requires unremitting industiy and 
perseverance. 

My thanks are due to numerous literary Mends, and 
especially to gentlemen connected with our public libraries, 
but as many decline to have their names mentioned, I 
think it best to omit all. I cannot, however, permit my 
old friend, Mr. David Laing, of the Signet Library, Edin- 
burgh, to pass without another distinct recognition of his 
constant and valuable services. 

It behoves me to say something of Mr. Lowndes, the 
origiaal compileir of the work which I have been labounng 




APPEKDIX VOLUME. ▼ 

to improye. He was the eldest son of a long-estab- 
lisHed dramatic publisher residing in Bedford Street, 
Covent Garden, in the house afterwards occupied by the 
late inde&tigable Mr. Thorpe. Having much leisure, he 
was encouraged to undertake what was then a manifest 
desideratum, a Bibliographical Manual of English Litera- 
ture on the plan of Brunet, and the leading booksellers and 
collectors promised and gave him constant assistance. 
Among the most practically useful to him were those in- 
telligent booksellers, the late Mr. Thomas Eodd and Mr. 
William Pickering ; the latter his publisher as weU as his 
supporter during the fourteen years progress of the work. 
But every other member of the trade contributed willingly 
whatever in him lay. Mr. Lowndes spent the latter years 
of his life in my service as a Cataloguer, but his long course 
of Bibliographical drudgery had reduced him, both in body 
and mind, to a mere wreck of his former self. He died in 
1843, and in his own history realised a fact, of which he 
was always conscious, that Bibliography has no recognised 
status in England. 



HENEY Gt. BOHN. 



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November 26, 1864. 




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1. Cebtahtb Bokes op TisaiLES Aenaeis, ttjbned into English 

Meter. By the Bight Honorable Lorde, Henry Earle of Surrey. 

1814. Presented by William BoUandy Esq. ^0 copies printed. 

2. Caltha Poetasttm; oe, The Bumble Beb. By T. Cittwode, 

1815. Presented by Richard Heber^ Esq. 82 copies printed. 

3. Ovid de Tbistibvs, The Thbee First Books of. Tbanslated 

into English by Thomas Churchyarde. 1816. Presented by Earl 
Spencer, President. 36 copies printed, and 1 on tellitm. 

4. Posies. By Kiohabd Babntield. Auchinleck Press, 1816. Pre^ 

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6. Dolabny's l^iMEBosE, OB The Eibst Pabt op the Passionate 

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34 copies printed. 

9. Hagthobpe Reviyed ; OB Select Specimens op a Fobgotten 

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10. ISTOBIA NOVELLAMENTE BITBOVATA DI DTTE NOBILI AmANTI, &C., 

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15. The Q^lutton's Feavee. Bt Thomas BAircBOFr. 1817. Presented 
by John DeUxfield Phelps^ Esq. 

16. The Ghoble Ain> the Bibdb. 1818. Presented by Sir Mark 

Masterman Sykes, Bart, 85 copied printed, 

17. Daifhaittvb, ob The Passions op Love. By AirTomr Sooloejsb. 

1818. Presented by Roger Wilbrahamt Esq. 

18. The Complaint of a Loyeb's Liee. Gontboyebst between a 
Lover and a Jay. 1818. Presented by Rev. Thomas FrognaU 
Hibdin, Vice-President. 31 copies printed. 

19. Balades and otheb Poems. Bt John Goweb. Pbinted pbom 
the original Manuscript, in the Library of the Marquis of Stafford, 
at Trentham. 1818, with a facsimile. Presented by Eari 
Gowerf afterwards Duke of Sutherland. 

20. Diana ; oe the excellent conceitfxtl Sonnets op H. C, sup- 
posed to have been printed either in 1592 or 1594. 1818. Pre- 
sented by Edward Littledale, Esq. 50 copies printed, 

21 Chesteb Mystebies. De Deltjvio Noe. De Oocisione Inno- 
centium. 1818, jfrontispiece. Presented by^ James Heywood 
Marklandy Esq. 50 copies printed, and 3 on laboe papeb. 

22. Cebemonial at the Mabbiage op Maby Queen op Scotts with 
the Dauphin of France. 1818. Presented by William Bentham, Esq. 

40 copies printed. 

23. The Solemnities and Tbiumphes doon aijd made at the Spou- 

sells and Marriage of the King's Daughter the Ladye Marye to 
the Prynoe of Castile, Archeduie of Austrige. 1818. Presented 
by John Denty Esq. 

24. The Lipe op St. Ubsula. Guiscabd and Sioismund. [Fbok 
the editions printed by "Wynken de Worde.] 1818. Presented 
by Duke of Devonshire. , 31 copies printed, and 1 on vellum. 

25. Le Mobt Abthue. The Adventuees.op Sib Launoelot Du 
Lake. With a GHossary. 1819. Presented by Thomas Ponton^ 
Esq, 31 copies printed. 

26. Six Bookes op Metamoephoseos in whyche ben conteyned 
the Fables of Ovyde. Translated out of Frensshe into Englysshe 
by William Caxton. Printed from a Manuscript in the Library 
of Mr, Secretary Pepys, in the College of St. Mary Magdalen, in 
tlie University of Cambridge. 1819, wood-cuts and facsinaile. 
Edited and presented by George Hibbert, Esq. 

43 copies printed, and 2 on TELLUM. 

27. Cheuelebe Assigne. With a Glossaey. 1820. Edited and 
presented by Edward Vernon Utterson, Esq. 60 copies printed. 

28. Two Inteeludes : Jack Juqoleb and Thebsytes. Lee Pbiobt 

Press, 1820. Edited and presented by Joseph Maslewood, Esq. 




BOXBUBGHS CLUB. 8 

29. Thb Nxw NoTBOBuiTE Mayd. Thb JBoxs 07 Matd Emlth 
1820. Presented by George Isted, Egq. 

38 copies printedy and 1 on telltth. 

30.* GDhb Book ov Life ; a BnBLioaBApmoAL Mblodt. 1820, royal 
8vo. Dedicated and presented to the Roxburghe Club by Richard 
J'homson, {not a member.) 50 copies printed^ and 2 on txllitm. 

31. Maoitefycbkce : Air Intbbltjde. Bt Johk Seslton, Poet 
Laureat to Heniy YIIL 1821. Presented by Joseph Littledale, 
Esq, 50 copies printed. 

82. JuDioiTTM, A Pageant. Extsacted tbom the Townelet Ma- 
nuscript of Ancient Mysteries. Edited by Francis Douce, Esq. 
1822. Presented by Peregrine Edward Toumeley, Esq. 

50 copies printed. 

33. AjSf EUBGIACAL POEH, ON THE DeATH OV ThOMAB LoBD GbEY, OV 

Wilton. By Bobert Marston. From a Manuscript in the Li- 
brary of the Bight Honourable Thomas Grenville. 1822. Pre- 
sented by Viscount Morpeth, 36 copies printed. 

34. Selections ebom the Works op Thomas Bayenscboft; a 
Musical Composer of the time of King James the First. 1822. 
Presented by Duke qf Marlborough. 

35. LiEiJi Pebegbini Obatio in Obitum Toeqttati Tasbi. Editio 
secunda. With Bemarks on Tasso's Life. 1822. Presented by 
Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges, Bart, 

36. The Hobs, the Shepe, and the G^hoos. 1822. Presented by 
Sir Mark Masterman Sykes, Bart, 36 copies printed. 

37. The Metbical Life op Saint Bobebt op Knabesbobottgh. 
Edited by Francis Douce, Esq. 1824. Presented by Rev. Henry 
Drury. 85 copies printed. 

38. Inpobmacon POB Ptlgbtmes ttnto thb Holt Londe. Feom 
a rare Tract, in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edin- 
burgh. 1824. Presented by George Henry Freeling, Esq. 

85 copies printed, 

89. The Cucz-Qtjeanes and Ctjck:olds EBBAirTS, ob the Beabing 
Down the Inne, a ComsBdye. The Faery Pastorall or Forrest of 
Blues. By W(illiam)' P(ercy), Esq. Edited by Joseph Hasle- 
wood, Esq. 1824. Presented by John Arthur Lhyd, Esq. 

35 copies printed, and 2 on yellum. 

40. The Garden Plot, an Allegobical Poeh, inscbibbd to Queen 
EUzabetb. By Henry Goldingham. From an unpubhshed Ma- 
nuscript of the Harleian Collection in the British Museum. To 
which are added some account of the Author ; also a reprint of 
his Masques performed before the Queen at Norwich, on Thursday, 
August 21, 1578. 1825. Presented by Venerable Archdeacon 
Wrangham, 39 copies printed, 

41 La Botta db Fbancciosi a Terroana, noyauente pacta. La 
Botta de Soocesi 1825. Presented by Earl fencer. President. 

40 copies printed^ 
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42.* PoxKS srm la. JoTmirix db OtmnidATB. "Notjtellh Esinotf, 
Paris, 1825. Dedicated andpregented by the Marquis de Foriia^ 
[not a member.) 

43.* jZULftnCA, FAB 0. PiCHLEB. ImIT^ 3DE L'AiXEHABD PAfi H. CX 

1825, 12ino. .Dedicated and presented by H, de Chateatujfiron, (not 
a member.) 

44. Poems, wbitten in ENaLisH by Ghables Dtteb of Obi;eaks, 
during his Captivity in England after the Battle of Azincourt. 
1827. Edited and presented by George Watson Taylor^ Esq. 

44 copies printed. 

45. Pbooeedinos is the Cottbt-Mabtial held upon Johk, Masteb 
of Sinclair, Captain-Lieutenant in Preston's Begiment, for the 
Murder of Ensign Schaw of the same JRiegiment, and Captain 
Schaw, of the Royals, 17th October, 1708 ; with Correspondence re- 
specting that Transaction. 1828. Edited and presented by Sir 
Walter Scott, Bart. 52 copies printed. 

46. The Anciekt EiraLiSH Bohance oe Havelok the Dane ; Ac- 
companied by the French Text : with an Introduction, Notes, and 
a Glossary. By Frederick Madden, Esq. 1828. Printed at the 
eapense qf the Club. 61 copies printed. 

47. Gauvbidi Abthubh Monemitthensis Abchidiaconi, postba 
vero Episcopi Asaphensis, de Vita et Yaticiniis Merlini Calidouii, 
Carmen Heroicum. (Edited by W. H. Black.) 1830. Pre- 
sented by Hon. and Rev. G. Neville GrenviUe. 

39 copies printed^ and 3 on YBLLUir. 

48. The Ancient English Eomance oe William and the Web- 
wolf J edited from an unique copy in King's College Library, Cam-^ 
bridge ; with an Introduction and Glossary. By Frederick Mad- 
den, Esq. And two Letters from the Hon. Algernon Herbert, 
addressed to the Earl of Cawdor, discussing the subject of the 
Werwolves and the original Etymolo^ of Werwolf. 1832. Pre- 
sented by Earl Cawdor. 53 copies printed, 

49. The Pbivate Diabt of William, fibst Eael Cowpeb, Lobb 
Chancellor of England. Eton, 1833. Edited and presented by 
Rev. Edward Craven Hawtrey. 50 copies printed. 

60. The Lyvts op Setntes ; tbanslated into Englts be a Doc- 
tour of Dynynite clepyd Osbem Bokenam, frer Austyn of the 
Convent of Stockclare. 1835. Presented by Viscount Clive, Pre- 
sident, 

61.* A Little Bokb of Ballads. Newport, Isle of Wight, 1836, 
8vo. Dedicated to the Cktb by E. V. Utterson^ Esq. d6 copies printed. 

62. The Love of Wales to theib SorEBAieNE Pbince, bxpbessed 
in a true Relation of the Solemnity held at Ludlow, in the Countie 
of Salop, upon the fourth of November last past. Anno Domini 
1616, being the day of the Creation of the high and mighty Charles, 
Prince of Wales, and Earle of Chester, in his Maiestie's Palace of 
White-Hall. 1837. Presented by the Sonourable R. H. CUve. 



BOXBUB&HIS CLrB. 5 

68. SrDirEiAVA, VKora ▲ oollictiok ov FBAGXEins belitztb td 
Sir Philip Sidney, Knight, and his immediate Connexions. 1887. 
Edited and presented by Dr, S, Butler, Bieh(^ qf Lichfield, 

44 copiee prmied, 

hit, Thb Owl aitd the NiGHTivaALB, ▲ Poeu of the twelftb 
Century. Now first printed from Manuscripts in the Cottonian 
library, and at Jesus College, Oxford ; with an Introduction and 
G-lossary. Edited by Joseph SteyenBOU. 1838. Presented by Sir 
Stephen Richard Glynne^ Bart, 

55. The Old ENaLiBH Yebsions of the Gbsta Boicaitobtth, edited 
for the first time from Manuscripts in the British Museum and 
Uniyersity Library, Cambridge ; with an Introduction and Notes 
by Sir Frederick Madden, K.H. 1838. Printed at the expense qf 
the dub. 

56. iLLirsTRATioirs OF AifoisNT State aio) Chiyalbt, eboic MSS. 
preseryed in the Ashmolean Museum, with an Appendix. Edited 
by W. H. Black. 1840. Presented by Benjamin Barnard^ Esq. 

57. MAinrBBS Ain> Hottsehold Expenses of ENaLiirD nr the 
Thirteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, illustrated by Original Be- 
cords. [I. Household Boll of Eleanor, Countess of Leicester, A.D. 

I 1265. 11. Accounts of the Executors of Eleanor, Queen Consort 

of Edward I., AD. 1291. III. Accounts and Memoranda of Sir 
John Howard, first Duke of Norfolk, A.D. 1462 to A.D. 1471. 
Edited, with Introduction by T. Hudson Turner.] 1841. Presented 
by Beriah Bot/ield, Esq. 

68. The Black FsiircE, Air Histobical Poem, wbaitew nr Fbench, 
I by Chandos Herald ; with a Translation and Notes, by the Bey. 

i Henry Octayius Coxe, M.A. 1842, engrayed title and fiEkcsimile. 

Printed at the expense qf the Cktb. 

59. Thbee Collections of Ekglish Poetby of the latibb fabt 
of the Sixteenth Century. [Edited by Sir Henry Ellis.] 1845. iVe- 
sented by the Duke qf Northumberland, K,G, 

I 60. The Deoline of the Last Stuabts. Eztbacts fbom the 

Despatches of British Enyojs to the Secretary of State. [Edited 
I by Lord Mahon.] 1843. Printed at the expense of the Club, 

61. Hottsehold Books of Johk Ditee of Nobfole, and Thoicas 
Earl of Surrey ; Temp. 1481-1490. From the Original Manu- 
seripts in the Library of the Society of Antiquaries, London. 
Edited by J. Payne Collier. 1844. PritUed at the expense of the 
Chib, 

62. Histobical Pafebs. Pabt I. CoNTAiNiNCh, 1. Castba Be&xa, 
a Treatise on the Succession to the Crown of England. By Boger 
Edwards, Esq., 1568. 2. Noyissima Strafibrdii, an account of the 
Proceedings against, and Demeanour of Thomas Wentworth, Earl 
of StraJFord, at his Trial and Execution ; written in Latin by 
Abraham Wright. 8. The same in English by James Wright^ 
1846. Presented by the Rev. Dr. Bliss and the Rev. Dr. Bandinel, 




6 BOXBTTBGHE CLTTB. 

63. CoEEESPOiTDENcrB OP SiB Henet Unton, Ambassadob to Heitst 
rV. in 1591 and 1593. Published from the originals. Edited by 
the Bev. Joseph Stevenson. 1847. Printed at the expense qf the 
Club. 

64. La Vbaib Cbonicqite d'Escocb. Pbeteitsions des Avolois, a !;▲ 
Gouronne de France. Diplome 'de Jacques VI. Boi de la 
Gh-ande Bretagne. Drawn from the Burgundian Library by 
Major Robert Anstruther. 1847. Printed at the eapeme qf the 
Club, 

66. Thb Sheblet Bbothebs. An Histobioal Mbmoib op thb 
Lives of Sir Thomas, Sir Anthony, and Sir Bobert Sherley, 
Enights. By one of the same house (Evelyn Philip Shirley, 
Esq.) 1848. Printed at the expense of the Chi. 

66. The Allitebatttb Romance op Alexandeb, pbom itnique MS. 
in the Ashmolean Museum. Edited by the Rev. Joseph Stevenson. 

1849. Printed at the expense qf the Club. * 

67. POEMA QTTOD DICITUB YOX ClAMANTIS, NECNON ChEONICA TBI- 

partita, auctore, Johanne Q-ower, nunc primum edidit H. O. Coxe. 

1850. Printed at the expense of the Club. 

68. Lettbbs and Dispatches pboh Sib Henbt Wotton to James 
First and his Ministers, in the years 1617-20. Printed from the 
Originals in the Library of Eton College. 1850. Presented by 
George TomlinCy Esq. 

69. Five Old Tlats, illttstbatttb op the bablt pbogbess op thb 
English Drama, namely, the Conflict of Conscience, 1681 ; The 
Rare Triumphs of Love and Fortune, 1589 ; The Three Ladies of 
Xiondon^ 1584 ; The Three Lords and Ladies of London, 1590 ; 
A Knack to Know a Knave, 1594. Edited by J. Payne Collier. 

1851. Printed at the expense qf the Club, 

70. Romaitncb op the Sowdone op Babtlone and op Febxtmbbas 
his Sone, who conquered Rome. (A metrical Romance.) Kow 
first printed from Sir Thomas Phillipps' MS. 1854. Presented 
by the Duke ofBucekuch and Queensbery, 

71. The Atbnbitb op Inwtt, a pbiob veesion (in a Kentish 
dialect 1340, of the work commonly called " La Somme le Roi,") 
to that made by Caxton and printed by him as — *• The Book 
Royal, or the Book for a King." Edited by the Rev. Joseph 
Stevenson. 1855. Printed at the expense of the Club, 

72. John de Oablandia De Tbittmphis Ecclesije, libbi octo. JL 
Latin Poem of the Xlllth Century. Edited from the British 
Museum MS. by Thomas Wright. 1856. " Presented by the JSan 
qfPowis, 

78. Thb Poems op Michael Dbatton, pbom the eabliest abb 
rarest Editions, or from unique copies. Edited by John Payua 
OoUier. 1856. Printed at the expense qf the Club. 




EOXBFBGHE CLX7B, 7 

V4. LiTEBABT BeHAINS OF KlNO EdWABD THE SlXTH. EDITED 

fipom his Autograph MSS. by John Gough Nichols. 1857-58, 
2 vols. Printed for the Club. 

75. Itineeaeies oe William Wet, Fellow op Eton College, to 
Jerusalem, a.d. 1458 and A.D. 1462, and to St James of Compos- 
tella^ A.D. 1456, from a MS. in the Bodleian. 1857. For the Club. 

76. The Boeb oe Noblesse ; addbessed to Kino Edwaed IV. on 
his Invasion of France in 1475. Edited by J. G. Nichols. 1860. 
Presented by Lord Delamere, 

77. Songs and Ballads, with other Shoet Poems, chiefly of 
the Rei^ of Philip and Mary. Edited by T. Wright. 1860. 
Presented by Robert S. Holford. Esq. 

78. De Begimine Peincipum, a Poem bt Thomas Occlete, weitten 
in the Reign of Hen. IV. Edit, by T. Wright. 1860. For the Club. 

79. The Histoey of the Holy Geaal ; pabtly in English Verse 
by Henry Lonelich, Skynner, and wholly in French Prose by Sires 
Bobiers de Borron. 2 vols. Edited by F. J. Fumivall. 1861 and 
1863. Printed for the Club. 

80. Robeed of Britnne's Handlyng Synne, weitten in 1203; 
with the French Treatise on which it is founded, Le Manuel des 
Pechiej, by William of Waddington. Edited by F. J. Fumivall. 
1862. Printed for the Club. 

81. The Old English Version of Paetonope of Blois. Edited 
by the Rev. W. E. Buckley. 1862. Printed for the Club. 

82. Philosophasteb, Comcedia ; Poemata, afctoee Robebto Btte- 
tono, S. Th..B. Democrito Juniore. Ex uEde Christi, Oxon. 1862. 
Presented by the Rev. W. E. Buckley. 

83. La Qtjeste del Saint Geaal, pae Maistee Gautiee Map. 
(Walter Mapes). Edited by F. J. Fumivall. 1864. For the Club. 

Works connected with those of the Bozbnrghe Clab. 

1. Vox PoPTJLi Vox Dei, a Complaynt op the Comons against 

Taxes (an early English Metrical Tract). 1821. IQit copies printed. 
Printed by Sir Joseph Littledale, for the Club; but Skelton's Interlude 
of Magoyficence was substituted, and the whole impression sold off in 1843. 

2. The Paelyament of Deuylles. Wynken de Woede. 1509. 

Reprinted (1825,) by Mr. Heber for the Club, but never distributed. 
The edition was sold off in 1855. (Lilly, 2,1. 2s.) 33 copies printed. 

3 Eemaeks on the Glossary to Havelok the Dane, in a 
letter to F. Douce, Esq. By S. W. Singer. 1829. 

4. Examination of the Bemaees on the Glossaey to Havelok 

the Dane. By Sue Frederick Madden, 1829. 2.h copies printed. 

5. BoxBUEGHE Bevels. See Maidment's Publications, p. 266. 

6. Speech of the Eael of Powys in the Hottse of Loeds, on 

Tuesday, May 23, 1843, on the Bill for preventing the Union of 
the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor. 1§43. Presented to the Club. 

7. Cheonological List of Members, Catalogue of Books, Rules 

and Regulations. 1845 and 1850. Printed for the Club. 




8 



BAHNATYHE CLUB. 

INSTITUTED AT EDINBURGH, 1828. 

Limited to 100 Members. 

T%e Book9 are all printed in 4Uo. except othertoise deeerided. 

The mark (f) affixed to the No. denotet that the circulation of thai 
Work was not limited to the Members qf the Bawnatyne dub, extrtt 
copies, on a different kind of paper having been printed for sale, 

1. YiTJS Dttneeldensis Eoclesus Efiscopobuv, a Pbima Sedis 

Fundatione ad Annum 1515. Ab Alexandro Mjin. Edited by 
Thomas Thomson. Edinb. 1823. Printed at the eapense qf the Club. 
For an Appendix to this Work, »» No. 40. 

2. PosMS BY Sib Dayid Mvbbat of Gobtht. The Tbagicall 

Death of Sophonisba, &c. 1611—1615. Edinb. 1823. Presented 
by Thomas Kinnear^ Esq, 

8. The Buke op the Howlat [cibca 1456.] Bt (Sib Riohabd) 
Holland. 1823. Edited and presented by David Lainff, Esq. 

One copy printed on vkllum (illuminated by Mr. W. Penny, of Mid Calder,) 
in the potsession of David Laing, Elsq. 

4h Teabes fob the Death of Alezandeb Eable of DirNPEBMELiNCh, 

Lord Ohanoellar of Scotland. By John Lyoun. 1622. 1823. 

Edited and presented by James Maidment^ Esq. 75 copies printed. 

Two copies on ybt.lux, one in the possession of J. W. K. Ey ton, Esq. ; the 

possessor of the other unknown. 

5. DiSOOTTBS PABTICITLIEB D'ESOOSSE : ESOBIT FAB COMMAKDEMBITT 

et Ordonnanoe de la Boyne Doyariere et Begente, par Messires 
Jaques MakgiU, Glerc du Begistre, et Jean Bellenden, Clerc de la 
Justice. 1559. 1824. Edited and presented by Thomas Thomson, 
Esq. 

Fifty-two copies of this yolame were printed, and 52 extra copies on thia 
common paper. 

6. BOBENB AITD MAKTinS, ANB THE TESTAMENT OF CbESSEID. By 

Bobert Henryson. 1824. Edited and presented by Georgfis Chalmers^ 
Esq, ^ 65 copies printed, 

7. Befobt by Thomas Titoeeb, upok the Settlement of the 
Beyenues of Excise and Customs in Scotland, a.d. 1656. 1824. 
Edited and presented by John A, Murray, Esq. {afterwards the Hon, 
Jjord Murray), 72 copies printed, 

ft. Etchings, chiefly of Views in Scotland. By John Clebk, 
Esq., of Eldin, 1733—1779. 1825, foUo, 27 pktes. Presented by 
the Hon, John Clerk, Lord Eldin, 

9. AlTLD BOBIN GhBAY; A BaLLAD. By LaDY AnNB BaBNABD. 

With frontispiece designed by C. K Sharpe. 1825. Edited 
and presented by Sir Walter Scott qf Abbotsfordy Bart., President qf 
the Club, 65 copies printA 



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BAIWATTNE CLFB. 9 

10. BsdT Dx LrExPXDiTioir XN EsoossE, l'Ak 1646. Et de la 
Battayle de Muscleburgh. Par le Sieur BerteviUe: au Boy 
Edouard YI. 1825. Edited and presented by David Constable^ Esq, 

72 copies printed, 

11. HeCTOBIS BOETHn MxTBTHLACENSnTM XT ASEBDOinENSIITH EfIB- 

coporum Yitse. [1522.] Iterum in lucem Edit». 1825. FreserUtd 
as a joint contribution by Henry Cockbum, Esq. {afterwards the 
Hon. Lord Cockbum,) and Thomas Maitland, Esq, (the late Hon, Lord 
Dundrennan) 60 copies printed. 

12. An Apoloqt pob Sib James Dalbtmplb of Staib, Pbbsidbvt 
of the Session. By Himself, 1690. 1825. Fresented by WilUam 
Blair qf Avonion^ Esq, 

13.t The Hibtobib and Life op Kiko James the Sext : being an 
Account of the AiSairs of Scotland from the year 1566 to the year 
1596 : with a Short Continuation to the year 1617. Edited by 
Thomas Thomson, 1825. 

52 copies printed at the expense ef the Club. 
One hnndred and fifty copies were printed for general sale on a thin wove 
paper. 

14 The Discotebie and Kistobie of the GoldMtnes in Scot- 
land. By Stephen Atkinson. Written in the year 1619. 1826. 
Edited and presented by Gilbert Laing Meason, ofLindertis, Esq. 

72 copies printed. 

15. Lettebs of John G^baham of Clatebhouse, Yiscount of 
Dundee, 1678—1689. 1826. Edited and presented by George 
Smythef Esq, 

16. De Yita et Mobte Robebti Bollok Academia Edinbubgenjb 
Primarii, I^arrationes ; Auctoribus Qeorgio Bobertson et Henrico 
Charteris, 1599. 1826. Frinted at the expense rfthe Club. 

17. Memoibs of His own Life, bt Sib James MeltuiLX of 
Halhill, 1549—1593. Edited by Thomas Thomson. 1827. 
Printed at the expense qfthe Club, 

18. The Falice of Honovb. By Gawtn DottgiiAS, Bishop of 
Dxmkeld. 1827. Presented by John Gardiner Kinnear^ Esq, 

Four copies on Vellam. 1. Britisli Museum. 2. Mr. Eyton. 8. Mr. P. 
Laing. 4. Possessor unknown. 

19. The Bannatyne Mibcellant; containing Obiginal Papebs 
and Tracts, chiefly relating to the History and Literature of Scot- 
land. Yol. 1, in 2 parts. Edited by Sir Walter Scott, Bart., 
President, and Mr. Dayid Laing, Secretary of the Club. 1827. 

140 copies printed at the expense qfthe Club. 
8m Vol. 9, under No. 52, and Yol. 3, Mo. 106. 

20. EXTBACI FBOM THE DESPATCHES OF M. COUBOELLES, FbENCH 

Ambassador at the Court of Scotland, 1586-1587. Edited by Bobert 
Bell. 1828. Printed at the expense of the Club, 

21. ChBONICON COBNOBn SaNCT^ CbUCIS EdINBUBGENSIS, ITXBV1C 

in lucem Editum. 1828. Presented by Robert Pitcaim^ Esq. 
Two copies on Yellum. 1, Mr. D. Laing. 2. Possessor unknown. 



rs 



10 BAUrWATTKE OLTTB. 

22. Thb Siege of the Castle op EDnrBuuoH, 1689. [Bt W. E.] 

1828. Edited and presented by Robert BeU, Esq. 

Foar copieH on VEixuM. 1. Mr. Eyton. 2. Lord Ivory. 8. Mr. David 
Laing. 4. PosseHSor unknown. 

23.t Letters feom the Lady Maboabet Kennedy (aetebwabds 
Burnet) to John Duke of Lauderdale. 101 copies, printed on or- 
dinary paper^ voere purchased for the Club, and an additional title- 
page supplied, 

24. Papers eelatite to the Habbiage op King- James the Sixth 

of Scotland, with the Princess Anna of, Denmark, 1589. And 

the Form and Manner of Her Majesty's Coronation at Holyrood- 

house, 1590. 1828. Presented by James T. Gibson Craig, Esq. 
Two copies on Vblluh. 1. Mr. J. T. Gibson Craig. 2. Mr. D. Laing. 

25. A DiABY OP THE Pbooeedings in the Pabliament and Pbivt 
Council of Scotland, May 21, 1700— March 7, 1707. By Sir 
David Hume of Crossrig. 1828. Presented by John Hope, Esq. 
(afterwards the Right Hon. Lord Justice Clerk). 

26.t Memoibs op his own Lipb and Times, by Sib James Tubner, 
1632 — 1670 Edited by Thomas Thomson, 1829. 101 copies 
printed on Club paper, were purchased for the Members. 

27. Papebs eelatite to the Begalia op Scotland. [Inclttding 
a True Account of the Preservation, of the Begalia of Scotland. 
By Sir George Ogilvie of Barraa, Bart. Edinburgh, 1701.] 

1829. Edited and presented by William Bell, Esq. 

Three copies on Vellum. 1. Mr. Ejton. 2. Mr. David Laing. S. PoBBesmr 
unknown. 

28. Les Appaibes dit Conte de Bodttel, l'An. 1568. 1829. Pre^ 
tented as a Second joint -contribution byHenry Cockbum,Esq. {after' 
wards the Hon. Lord Cockbum), and Thomas Maitland of Jhmdrenr 
nan, Esq. 

One copy on Tblluu, in the possesRion of Mr. Eyton. 

29. The Histoby op the House op Seytottn, to the Yeab 1559. 
By Sir Eichard Maitland of Lethington, Knight. With the con- 
tinuation by Alexander Viscount Kingston, to 1687. 1829. 
101 copies, printed on Club paper, were pttrchased for the Members, 

from the Maitland Club, Glasgow. 

30. Descbittione del Beono di Scotia, di Petbttccio Ubaldino. 
1588. 1829. Presented by Andrew Coventry, Esq. 

81.t Lettebs pbom Abchibald Eabl op Abgyll, to John "Dttkb 
of Lauderdale. 1829. 101 copies of this volume, printed on ordi- 
nary paper, were purchased for the Members. 

82. The Diaby Op Mb. James Meltille, Ministeb op Kilbenny, 

1556 — 1601. 1829. Presented as a Joint-contribution from Vis- 
count Melville^ Sir William Arbuthnot, ^art.. Sir Henry Jardine, 
Robert Dundan ofArnisfon, Esq., Colin Mackenzie of Portmore, Esq., 
and John Borthwick ofOrookston^ Esq. 

83. Memobials op Geobge Bannatyne, 1545 — 1608. (iNOLXTDnra 
a Memoir by Sir Walter Scott, Bart., and an Account of Banna- 
tyne's Manuscript Poetical Collections, 1568, by Mr. David Laing, 
Secretary.) 1829. Printed at the expense qf the Club, 



BAinTATTNE OLITB. 11 

S4. Thoks Dempstebi Hibtobia Ecolebiastica GEims Scotobuh : 
sive, De Scriptoribus Sootis, Editio Altera. Edited by Dr. Ir- 
ving. 1829^ 2 vols. Fre^ented as a joint- eontributiom from the Count 
M.deFlahault, the Hon. Lord Ftdlertony David Irving, LL. J)., Williain 
Murray of Menderland, Esq.^ James Keay of Snaigo, Esq., James 
Campbell of Craigie, Esq., Andrew Skene^ Esq., Andrew Rutherfurd, 
Esq., and William Gibson Craig y Younger, of JRiccarton, Esq. (now 
Mujfht Hon. Sir William Gibson Craig ^ Bart.) 

The Text of Vol. I. was circulated among the Members in 1828; VoL II. 
and the Preface to Vol. I. in 1829. 

35.t The Histoet op the Teottbies aitd Memobable Teans- 

actions in Scotland and England, from 1624 to 1645. Sy John 

Spalding. 1830, 2 vols, plates. Printed at the expense of the Club, 

Also printed for the Maitland Club, and 60 copies for sale. Vol. I. was 

circulated among the Members in 1828. 

36. The AifAXOKiB op Humotjbs ; ajsj> the Passionate Spabe ov 
a Relenting Minde. By Simion Grahame. 1604, 1609. 1830. 
Presented by Robert Jameson^ Esq. 

Two copies on Yelluu. 1. Mr. Eyton. 2. Possessor unknown. 

37. Belation op Pboceedinqs coNOEBNiNa THE Appaibs op THB 
£irk of Scotland, from August 1637 to August 1638. By John 
Earl of Rothes. [Edited by the Secretary.] 1830. Presented by 
James Naime, Esq. 

Two copies on Vellum. 1. Mr. David Laing. 2. Possessor unknown. 

38. Memoies op the Appaibs op Scotland, 1577—1603. Br 
Pavid Moysie. 1830. Edited and presented by James Dennistoun, Esq. 

Also printed for the Maitland Club. 

39.t The Histoby op Scotland. Fbom the Death op King James 
the First, in the year 1436, to the year 1561. By John Lesley, 
Bishop of Ross. Edited by Thomas Thomson. 1830. 101 copies 
printed on Club paper, were purchased for the Members. 

40. Compottm Magistbi Fabbicb Pontis Ditnkeldensis, 1513 — 
1516. Edited by Cosmo Innes. 1831. Printed at the eapense 
qf the Club. 

In a republication of Myln's Lives of the Bishops of Dunkeld (No. I. of the 
Club series), an Appendix was ^dd^d under the above title, and separate 
copies were thrown off to complete the original edition. 

41. TbtaTi op Duncan Teeio, alias Clebs, and Ai.ezandeb Bane 
Macdonald, for the Murder of Arthur Davis, June, 1754. 1831. 
Edited and presented as a Second contrilrition by Sir Walter Scott^ 
Bart., President qfthe Club. 

42.^ Ceiminal Tbials in Scotland, pbom a.d. 1488 to a.d. 1624, 

compiled from the Original Records and MSS., with Historical 

• Notes and Illustrations. By Robert Pitoaim, 1829-33, 4 vols. 

Of this Collection 101 ccpies printed on Club paper, were pur* 

chased for the Members. 

This work wan circulated in separate Parts; viz. Parts 1, 2, 3, in 1829: 
ParU4to8, in 1880; Part 9, in 1831; and Part 10, in 1883' the last two 
Parts forming the earliest portions of the Series of Trials. 

43. Hthns and Sacbed Sonos. By Alexandeb Httme. Re- 
printed from the Edition of Waldegrave, 1599. 1832. Presented 
as a Second contribution by John Gardiner Kinnear^ Esq, 




12 BAjriTATTlirE CLUB. 

44. CoLiaanov of AiroiBirT Soottisb Pbofhsoibb, nr AixmcBATm 
Terse : Beprinted from Waldegrave'e edition, 1603 (and collated 
with Hart's, 1615). 1833. JPtinted at the expense qf the CM. 

45. DlITBirAIi OF BeMABKABLB OcCUHREITTS 'THAT HATB PASSSD 

within Scotland since the Death of King James the Fourth, till 
the year 1575. From a Manuscript of the Sixteenth Century, in 
the possession of Sir John Maxwell of Pollock, Bart. Edited 
by Thomas Thomson. 1833. Printed at the expenee of the Ckti. 
Also printed for the Maitlaud Clab. 

46. Meicoibs of the Wab cabbied ok nr Qootlajstd ajstd Ibelabs, 

1689-1691. By Mi^or-General Hugh Mackay. 1833. Presented 

as a joint-contribution by James Maitland Eog ofNewUston, JSsq., 

Patrick Fraser Tytler, Esq., and Adam Urguhart, Esq, 
Also printed for the Maitland Club. 

47. The Btjik of the host noble Aim YArLZEABD Covqitebovb 
Alexander the Great. (Beprinted from Arbuthnot's edition, circa 
1580, in the possession of Lord Panmure.) 1834. Presented by 
William H. Miller of Craigentinny^ Esq, 

48. (The Bagican Bolls.) — Ikstbumekta Publtca site FBOCESsrs 
super Fidehtatibus et Homagiis Scotorum Domino Begi Anglis 
factis, A.D. 1291-1296. Edited by Thomas Thomson. 1834. 
Presented €U a joint-contribution by the Right Hon. William Adam, 
Lord Chxrf Commissioner of the Jury Court, and the Right Hon. 
Sir Samuel Shepherd (formerly Lord Chief Baron of the Court qf 
Exchequer in Scotland). 

49. Lettebs akd Papebs belating to Patbick Masteb of Gbat, 
afterwards Seyenth Lord Gray. 1835. Presented by the Lord 
Gray. 

50. Chbonioa de Mailbos, e Codice unico ly Bibliotheca Cot- 
toniana seryato, nunc iterum in lucem edita. 1835. Presented 
as a joint-contHbution by Sir John Hay qf Hayston^ Bart., and 
Alexander Pringle of Whytbank, Esq. 

One copy on Y bllum. Possessor unknown. 

61. Philotub, a Comedy. Bepbinted fbom the EDinoir of Ro- 
bert Charteris, 1603. Edited by David Irving, LL.D. 1835. Pre- 
sented by John Whitefbord Mackenzie, Esq. 

Three copies on Vklluk. 1. Dr. Irving. 2. Mr. YThitefoord Mackenzie. 
8. Mr. Duncan Stewart 

62. The Bai^atyne Miscellany. Yoluhe Second. Edited bx 
David Laing. 1836. Printed at the expense of the Club. 

See Volume First, under No. 19, and Volume Third, under No. 106. 

68.t Mehobialbs of Tbansactionb in Scotland. 1569 to 1§73. 
By Eiobard Bannatyne, Secretuy to John Knox. Edited by 
Bobert Pitcaim. 1836. 101 copies, printed on Club paper^ were 
purchased for the Menders. 

61. DiABY ov Public Tbansactions and otheb Occubbences 
chiefly in Scotland. From January, 1650 to June, 1667. By 
JohnNicoll. Edited by David Laing. 1836. Printed at the 
pense qf the CM, 



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65.t LiPB OP Liettt.-Geneeal Hran Mackat op Sooubt. Bit 
John Mackaj, of Bockfield. 1836. 101 coptes, printed on or" 
dmary papery were purchased for the Cluby and an additional title' 
page supplied. 

66. ExcaBEPTA E LiBEia Domicilii Domini Jaoobi Qitinti Bsais 

Scotorum. 1525-1533. Edited linder the Buperintendence of 
Thomas Thomson. 1837. Presented as a joint-contribution by 
the Son. Lord Mackenzie^ Robert Graham of Balgowan^ Esq.^ and 
James Mackenzie, Esq. 

67. Datidis Buchanani db Sceiptoeibits Scotis Libei Dxto, nttwo 
primum editi. 1837. Printed at the entpense of the Clubf under 
the superintendence qf Dr. Irving. 

58. LiBBB Sancte Mabib db Melbos : Mttnimenta Vetttstioba Mo- 
nasterii Cisterciensis de Melros. Edited hy Cosmo Innes. 1837» 
2 Tols. Presented by the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, 
A few copies were printed on labob papbb. 

69. The Seven Sages, in Scottish Metbe. By John Holland 
of Dalkeith. Reprinted from the Edition of 1578. Edited by 
David Laing. 1837. Presented by James Ivory, Esq. {afterwards 
the Hon. Lord Ivory). 

60. BeGHSTBUM EpISCOPATUS MoBAVIENSIS, E PLUEIBtrS CODIOIBUS 

consarcuiatum circa A.D. 1400. Cum Continuatione Diplomatum 
Keo^itiorum, usque ad A.D. 1623. Edited by Cosmo Innes. 
1837. Presented as a joint-contribution in the names of the lati 
and present Dukes of Sutherland. 

61.t Histobical Obsebves op Memobable Occtjbbents in Chttech 
and State, from October 1680 to April 1686. By Sir John Lau- 
der of Eountainhall. 1838. Printed at the expense of the Club. 

Some additional sheets to complete this Volume were printed in 1840. The 
copies, printed on thinner paper, intended for general sale, were afterwards 
distributed among the Members. 

62.t Ancient Scotish Melodies pbom a Manuscbipt op thb 
Beign of King James VI. With an Introductory Enquiry, illus- 
trative of the History of the Music of Scotland. By William 
Dauney. Dedicated to the Members of the Bannatyne and 
Maitland Clubs. 1838. 101 copies, printed on Club pqper^ were 
purchased/or the Members. 

63. Catalogue op the Libbaby at Abbotspobd. [By J. Gt. Coch- 
rane.] 1839. " To the President and Members of the Banna- 
** tyne Club, this Catalogue of the Abbotsford Library is Presented 
"by Major Sir Walter Scott, Bart., as a slight return for their 
'^ liberaUty and kindness in agreeing to continue to that Librarv 

** the various valuable works printed under their superintendence. 
Also printed for the Maitland Club. 

64. Sib G-awayne, a Collection op Ancient Romance-Poems, by 
Scotish and EngUsh Authors, relating to that celebrated Xnight of 
the Round Table. With an Introduction, Notes, and a Glossary, 
by Sir Frederick Madden, K.H. 1839. Printed at the eapense fjf 
the Club. 




14 BAlOrATTirE CliTTB. 

65.t Db Abte L0018TICA JoAsrsiB Napebi MsBCHiflToirn BasonUi 
liibri qui Supersunt. Edited by Mark Napier. 1839, with a 
portrait and view of Merchiston Castle. 101 copies printed on 
Club paper, were purchased for the members from the Maitland Club. 

66. JoANNia Febberii Histobia Abbatuk db Ktitlob: una cttic 
Vita Thorns ChrjBtaUi Abbatis. 1839. Presented by Sir Alex- 
ander WeUesley Zeith, Bart, 

67. The JSneid op Vibgil, tbai? slated into Scottish Yessb. By 

Gtiwin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld. Edited by George Dundas. 

1839, 2 vols. Fresented as a joint-contribution by Andrew Ruther- 

furd, Esq. {c^fterwards the Right Hon. Lord Rutherfurd), and George 

DundaSy Esq. 

A Third Volume, containing an Introdaetion, Olossarj, Sec, wus intended 
to have completed the Work. 

68. Ghbonioon db Lakeboost, 1201-1346. E Codioe Cottoniano 
nunc primum typis mandatum. Edited by Joseph Stephenson. 
1839. Presented by William Macdowall of Garthland, Esq. 

Also printed for the Maitland Club. 

69. The Books oe the (Jniyebsall Kibe oe Scotlaitd: Acts 
and Proceedings of the General Assemblies of the Kirk of Scot- 
land from the Year 1560. Edited by Thomas Thomson. 1840, 
3 Tols. Printed at the expense of the Club. 

The First Volume (1660-1577) was circulated in 1839; and the Second 
(1678-1582) in 1840. See Volume Third under the year 1846, No. 83. 
Printed also for the Maitland Club. 

70. BoiiAN SB LA Manekine, pab Fhilipfe be Beimes, Tbott- 
yere du Treizieme Siecle, Public par Francisque MicheL 1840. 
Hinted at Paris, at the expense of the Club. 

71. The Accouirrs oe the Gbeat CHAHSEBLAiys 01? Scotland; 
and of some other Ofi&cers of the Crown, rendered at the Exche- 
quer, M.OCCXXVI.— M.CCCO.VL Printed at Edinburgh, 1817. 
1841, 2 vols. Edited and presented {in 1836) by Thomas Thomson, 
Esq.y President of the Club, and circulated among the Members in 
May, 1841. 

See Volume Third, under the Year 1846, No. 84. 

72. The Lettebs aitd Jotjbnals op Bobebt Baillie, A.M., Pbinci- 
pal of the University of Glasgow, M.DCXXXVII.— M.DC.LXII. 
Edited by David Laing. (In Three Yolumes.) Volumes I. and 
II. 1841. Printed at the expense of the Club. 

See Volume Third, under the year 1842, No. 77. — An impression of the 
Work, in royal 8vo. was printed for sale, but not at the expense of the Club. 

73. Libeb Cabtabum Pbiobatfs Sanoti Andbee ik Scotia. E Be- 
gistro ipso in Arcliivis Baronum de Panmure hodie Asservato. 
1841. Presented by 0. Tyndall Bruce t of Falkland, Esq. 

74. Libeb CAbtaefm Sancte Cbfois : Munimenta Ecclesib Sanctb 
Crucis de Edwinesburg. Edited by Cosmo Innes. 1841. iVe- 
sented by Lord F/aficis Egerton (afterroards Earl of Ellesmere). 

76. Memoibs TorcHiN& the Betolution in Scotland, 1688-1690. 
By Colin Earl of Balcarras. Presented to King James II, at St, 
GermaiuB, 1690. 1841. Edittd and presented by Lord Lindsay* 



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76. CSoBRESPOiTDiEKCE OP GBOBaB Baixjje OP Jebtiswood, M.I>00.II. 
— M.DCC.YIIL 1842. Edited and presented by the Earl qf 
MirUo. 

77. The Lsttebs Ain> JoirBNAiA op Bobebt Batllib, Vol. IIL 

With additional Sheets to VoL I., contaiiiiDg a Memoir of Baillie, 

bj the Editor. 1842. 

• See Volumes I. and II., under No. 72. 

78. Beoistbttu db Dttsvebmelyn. Libeb Cabtabxtic Abbatib Be- 
nedictine S. S. Trinitatis et B. Margariete Begine de Dunfermelyn. 
184i2. Presented as a Joint-contribution by the Duke of Buckingham 
and Chandos ; the Earl Spencer; the Earl of Rosslyn ; the Right 
Hon. Thonuis GrenviUe ; Robert Ferguson of Raith^ Esq, ; James 
Lochy Esq., M,F. ; and John Richardson^ Esqi 

79. BBaiSTBXTM EfISCOPATTJS G^LASaUBl^BIS : MmnMBNTA ECCIJISIB 

Metropolitane Qlasguensis, a Sede Bestaurata Seculo Ineunte XII., 
ad Befoarmatam Beligionem. Edited by Cosmo Innes^ In 
1843, 2 Tols. Printed at the joint expense of the Bannatynm 
and Maitland Cluhs. 

80. A DiABY op the Public Cobbbspoitdenob op Sib' Thomas 
Hope, of Craighall, Bart., 1633-1645. Edited by Thomas Thomson. 
1843. Printed at the expense of the Club, 

81. Lbtbn AiiTD Melyille Fapebs : Lettebs and State Pafebs 

chiefly addressed to George Earl of Melville, Secretory of State 
for. Scotland, 1689-1691. From the Originals in the possession of 
the Earl of Leven and Melville. 1843. Edited and presented by 
the Hon. William Leslie Melville. 

82. Libeb Eoclesxe de Scon: Mttnimenta Yetustioba Monas- 
terii Sancte Trinitatis et Sancti MichaeHs de Scon. 1843. Pre* 
sented by William Smythcy Esq, 

Priuted also for the Maitland Club. 

83. The Booee op the Uniyebsaui Kibe. Fabt Thibd, 1593 — 

1618. 1845. 

See Volumes I. and II., under No. 69, 

84. The Chambeblain Eolls, &o. Volume Third, with a FrefiEkce to 

Volume First. 1845. 

See the previous Volumes under No. 71. 

85. HOBN ET BlMENHHJ). BeCTTEIIi de CE qui bests DBS POEMES 

relatifs a leurs Aventures, composes en Fran9oi8, en Anglais, et en 
Ecossais, dans le XIII., XIV., XV., and XVI. Sifecle. Publie par 
Francisq[ue Michel. 1845. Printed at Paris at the expense of the 
Club. 

86. Libeb S. Mabie de Calchou : EsaiSTBUM CABTABxnf Abbacib 
Tironensis de Kelso, 1113 — 1567. Edited by Cosmo Innes. 1846, 
2 vols. With an illuminated facsimile. Presented by the Duke of 
Roxburghe, 

87. Libeb S. Mabie de Bbtbubgh : Begisteum Caetaeum Abbacib 
Premonstratensis de Dryburgh. 1847. Prtsented by John SjiOt- 
tiswoode of Spottiswoode, Esq, 



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88. Casta MovTAi<ttnc i>b Nobth Bbbwio : Fbiobatub GmrEBODor* 
sis B. Marie de North Bwwic Munimenta Yetusta que Supemint. 
1847. Printed at the expenae of the Club. 

89. LiBEB IKSULAX MiSBABXTM : AbBAOIX GAS^OlflOOBTnC BSCHTLABIUM 

B. Yirginis et S. Johaxmis de Inchaffery Begistrum Yetos : Pre- 
xniBsis quibuBdam Gomitatus Antique de Stratheme. Edited bj 
Cosmo limes. 1847. Printed at the expense of the Clkh. 

90.t LiBEB S. Thome di Abbbbbothoo. BEOisTBirK Abbactb ds 
Aberbrothoc Pars Prior ; Begistrum Yetus Munimentaque eidem 
coetania complectens, 1178 — 1329, 1848. JPrinted at tie expense 
cf the CM^ with extra copiee on a different paper, for private «u6- 
scribers, 

91. HiBTOBicAx Notices ov Scottish Affaibs, selected tbom the 

Manuscripts of Sir John Ijauder of Fountainhall, Bart, one of the 
Senators of the College of Justice. Yol. I. 1661—1683. Yol. H. 
1683—1688. Edited by David Laing. 1848, 2to1b. Printed at 
the expente (^ the Club, 

92. The Ancient Scitlptubbd Monttments of the Comfrr of 
Angus ; including those at Meigle in Perthshire, and one at For- 
doun in the Meams. 1849, imperial folio. Edited and presented 
by Patrick Chalmers qf Aldbar^ Esq, 

93. Begistbum S. Mabib de Neubotle: Abbacie Cistebodbnsis 
Beate Yirginis de Neubotle Chartarium Yetus. Accedit Appen- 
dix Cartarum Originalium, 1140 — 1528. Edited by Cosmo Ijmes. 
1849. Printed at the expense of the Club. 

94. The Dabien Papebs : Beino a Selection of Obiginal Lettebs 
and Official Documents, relating to the Establishment of a Colony 
at Darien, by tiie Company of Scotland trading to Africa and the 
Indies, 1695 — 1700. Edited by John Hill Burton. 1849. 
Printed at the expense of the Club. 

95.t Desoeiptive Catalogxte of Imfbbssions fbom Ancient 
Scottish Seals : Boyal, Baronial, Ecclesiastical, and Municipal, 
embracing a period from A.D. 1094 to the Commonwealth. By 
Heniy Laing. 1850. 101 copies on Club paper, purchased for the 
Members. 

96.t OniaiNES Pabochiales Scotia : The Antiqxtities, Ecolesi- 
astical and Territorial of the Parishes of Scotland. (Edited by 
Cosmo Innes.) Yolume First, with a Map. 4to. 1850. This 
volume was presented as aJoint'ContributionqfLord J^j^'rey^ the Hon, 
Charles Francis Stuart, and Sir Thomas Makdougali Brisbane, 
Bart, 

See Vol. 9, under Nos. 108 and 110. 

97. OBiaiNAL Lettebs belatino to the Ecclesiastioaxi Affaibs 
of Scotland, chiefly written by, or addressed to. His Majesty King 
James the Sixth, after his accession to the English Throne, 
MDCI11.-MDCXXY. (Collected and Edited by Dayid Laing, 
Secretary of the Club.) 1851, 2 vols. Preeenied by Beriah 
Botfield, Esq., Norton Hall, Northamptonshire, 



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98 FsBWCH State Papebs : Papiees D'Etat, Pieces et Docttmenw 

Inedits ou peu connus relatifs a THiataire de L'EcoBse au XVI^* 

Si^cle, tir^s des Archives et des Biblioth^ques de France, et publics 

pour le Bannatjne Club, par A. Teulet, Archivist. 1852, 2 vols. 

JPrinted at Paris at the expense of the Club, 

Sm Vol. 3, No. 114. 

BaPFOBT DB M. MiGJfET, SUB UNB PrTBLICATIOM" INTITrLKB 

Papiers d'Etat, &c. Belatife a THistoire de TEcosse au XVI. 
Sifecle, puhUes par M. A. Teulet. 1852. JPrinted at Faris for the 
Club. 

99.t Bbeyiabum Abebdoitense : Pabs Estiyalis. 1852. 

lOO.f BBEYiABinM Absbdonense : Pabs Hyemalis. 1853. This and 
the preceding yolume were reprinted in London from the Original 
Work, in 2 vols, originally printed at Edinburgh by Walter Chep- 
man, in 1509 and 1510. 500 copies were printed, of which 220 wero 
taken by the Bannatyne and Maitland Clubs ; the remainder sold 
to Mr. Toovey, who published them at 5/. 5s. See Bibl. Man. p. 
267. The Preface by David Laing appeared separately in 1855. 

101. BBaiSTBTIM HOITOBIS DE MOBTON : A SeBIES OF AnCIENT 

Charters of the Earldom of Morton, with other Original Papers. 
1853, 2 vols. Printed at the expense qf the Club. 

102. ENGhBAVED PoBTBAIT OP ThOMAS THOMSON, ESQ., PbESIDENT OF 

the' Bannatyne Club, folio, and Biographical Notice by the 
Secretary. (4to. pp. 12.) 1853. 

103. Obtginai.es Pabochiaxes Sootije. Vol. 2. Pabt 1. Edited 

bj Cosmo Innes. 1854. Presented by the Marquis of Breadal- 

bane* 

8e$ Vol. 1, No. 96 ; Vol. 2, Part H, No. 110. 

104. Sebies of Etchings, chiefly yiews in Scotland. By John 
Clerk of Eldin. Edited by David Laing. 1855, foUo, 55 plates, 
portraits, &c. (including the 27 contained in Nos. 8, 1825.) 

105. Bannatyne Miscellany, containing obiginal papebs and 
Tracts, chiefly relating to the history and literature of Scotland. 
VoL III. Edited by David Laing. 1855. 

See Vol. 1, No. 19 ; Vol. 2, No. 62. 

106. The "Black Book of Taymouth, with otheb papebs fkom 
the Breadalbane Charter- Boom. Edited by Cosmo Innes. 1855, 
with 9 portraits of the Campbells in gold, silver, and colours, and 
a fiicsinule of the MS. Presented to the Club by the Marquis qf 
Breadalbane, 

Copies of this volume printed for private dlstribntion. 

107. Libzb S. THOMiB DE Abebbbothoo : Begistbobuh Abbacie DB 
Aberbrothoc pars altera ; Begistrum nigrum, necnon, Ubros Carta- 
mm recentiores complectens, 1329-1536. Edited, with Introduc- 
tion and Indexes, by Cosmo Innes and Patrick Chalmers. 1856. 

106. Lbttbbs FBOic Roundhead Offioebs, wbitten fboh Scot- 
land, and chiefly addressed to Capt. Adam Baynes. July, 1650 
to June, 1660. Edited by J. Y. Akerman. 1855. Presented by 
Sir W. C. Trevelyan, Bart. 




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109. BxaiSTBiru bpisoopatus BBBOHnnsvsis, cm acokdxjwi oastjb 
quamplurims originales. Aberdeen, 1856, 2to1b. Edited and pre- 
sented by the late Patrick Chalmers, qf Aldbar. 

110. Obigines Pabochiales SooTiJE. Vol. 2. Past 2. Edited by 
James B. Brichan. 1855. Presented by the Duke qf Sutherland 
and the Right Honourable Sir D, Dundas. 

111. Vita Sancti Couuwbm : auctobe Adahnako KOirASTEBn Hi- 
ensis Abbate. Dublinii, 1857. This work, edited by the Rev. Wm, 
Reeves^ D.D., was printed for the Irish Archaeological and Celtic So* 
detyt and copies printed upon Bannatyne Club paper /or the Members, 

112. Obigikal Lvttbbs ov Mb, John Golyillb, 1582-1603, ai£0 
hiB Palinode, 1600. Edited, with Memoir and Notes, by David 
Laing. 1858. Presented by the Earl of Selkirk. 

113. Eegibtbith Gabtabum Ecclesls S. Aegidii de Edinbitbgh. 
1858. Edited by David Laing. Presented by the Right Hon. Sir 
G» Clerk, BarLf and J, Maconochie Welwood qf Meadowbank and 
Garrock, £aq, 

114. Papiebs d'Etat, &o. Tom. III. and index. Paris, 1860. pre- 
sented by the Earls qf Haddington and Lauderdale and Edward 
Stanley, Esq. 

For Vols. I. and II. att No. 98. 

115. Tbaots by Db. Gilbebt Sketne, Medicinab to His Majesty. 
Presented by James Skene of Rubislaw, Esq., and edited iff his son 
Mr. William Forbes Skene, 

116. Kegistbum DoHirs de Soltbe, etc. Ghabtebs op thb Hos- 
pital of Soltre, of Trinity College, Edinburgh, and other Coll^iate 
Churches in Mid-Lothian. Edited by David Laing. 1861. 
Presented as a second joint-contribution by the Dukes qf Buceleuch 
and Queensbury, and Lord Lindsay • 

117. Inventaibes de ia Rotnb Descosse, Douaibiebe de Fbancb. 
Catalogues of the Jewels, Dresses, Furniture, Books, and Paint- 
ings» of Mary Queen of Scots. 1556-69. Edited by Joseph 
Kobertson. 1863. Presented by the Marquis of DaJhousie. 

The following Books are in the Press. 

118. Statuta Ecclesije Scotican-e. Edited by Joseph Bobebtson. 
2 b be presented by the Earl of Northesk. 

119. Encotjbagement pob Colonies, with otheb Tbaots and Obi- 
ginal Letters and Papers relating to Nova Scotia. 1624-1638. 
Edited by the Secretary. To be printed at the expense qf the Club, 

120. AYoLxocE OP Adtebsabia, Pbofosed by the Secbetaby op 
the Club. 

Series of Bannatyne Club Books in 8vo. 

l.f Cobbespondance Diplomatique de Bebteand db Saugnao db 

la Mothe Fenelon, Ambassadeur de France en Angleterre, &c. 

1568-1575. Edited by M. Alex. Teulet. Paris, 1839-40, 7 vols. 

101 copies of this work, printed on ordinary paper, were putxhaseJ 

for the Members. 

Vols. I. and II. were circalated in 1839, the remaining Vols, in 1840. 



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2.t Thb Woses 07 John Knox. Goluicted and Bditsd by Dayid 
Laing. 1S47 — 64, 6 toIb. JMnted for the Wodrow Society ^ and 
copies on Club paper for the Membert of the Bannatyne Club. 

Volume 1 was issued in 1847. Volume 2, in 1848. Volume S, io 1864. Vo- 
lume 4, in 1856. Volume 5, in 1866 ; And Volume 6, in 1864. 

S.f HiSTOBT OP THE CHUBCH OV SCOTLAND. BT JoHN SpOTTISWOOD, 

Archbisliop of St. Andrews. (Vol. I. edited by the late Bishop 
Russell, and Vols. II. and III. by Mark Napier). 1850, 3 vols. 
Copies on Club paper ^ purchased of the Spottiswoode Society by the 
Members. 

4. Meuoib op Thomas Thomson, Adtocate [bt Oosuo Innbs.] 

1855, 8vo. Presented by J. 71 Gibson Craig and Cosmo Junes, 

5. Catalogue op Edinbttegh Gbaduates in the Unitbesitt op 

Edinburgh. Edited by David Laing. Printed by Neill and Company. 
1858. Copies printed on Club paper, 

6. Tbacts by David Eeegusson, Minister op Dunpebmxine. 1563- 

1572. Edited by the Secretary, 1860. Presented as the contri- 
bution of the late Rev. John Lee, D.D,, Principal of the University of 
Edinburgh. 

7. A Chbonological List op the Membebs, and a Catalogue op 

the Books printed for the Bannatyne Club. In the Press. 

8. Poems op Geoege Bannatyne. 1568. Edited by D. Laing. 

Edinb. 1824. 40 copies printed at the expense of the Club. 

Bannatyne Gaelands. Black Letter. 40 copies qf eachprinted, 
namely : — 

1. A Bannatyne Garland, quhairin the President speaketh. By 

Bir Waiter Scott, Bart. n. d. 

2. The Bannatyne Garland. Number Second. By P. Eraser 

Tytler. n. d. 

8. Ane Bicht Pithie and Pleasant Ballat of Bannatyne, eftir the 
Maner of ane Garland, followis, jocund and mirrie. 1824. 

4. A Bannatyne Gkurland. 1824. 

5. Ane Bannatyne Garlande, Brerit be Maister Patrick of the 

£ingi8 Chekar (Patrick Eraser Tytler). Dunedin, 1826, 
wood cut title. 

6. A New Bannatyne Garland, compylit be Doctor Jehan of the 

Hall Byal (Bev. Br. John Jamieson). Imprentit at Sanct 
Paulis Wark, 1828. 

7. Ane New Bannatyne Ghirland. 1829. 

8. Ane Merrie Conceittit G^ste, verie Plesaud to l^e red or sung. 

[Edited byBobert Pitcaim.] n. d. 

There are two editions of this Tract. 

9. Two Bannatyne Garlands from Abbotsford. 1. Captain Ward 

and the Eainbow. 2. The Beever^s Penance. 1848. P^'e- 
sented by the Secretary. 

10. Tears on the Death of Evander, &c. By G. Lauder. 1628. 

Reprinted and presented by W. B. Tumbull, Esq. 1848. 

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Books relating to the Baxmatyne Club. 

NoTiosB bexJlTiyb to the Baknatywe Club, instituted nr 1823, 
including Critiques on eome of its Publications. [By Jamea 
Maidment.] Edinb. 1836. 50 copies printed. 

Rules op the BANNAmrE Club, with List op Membees, Mabch 
15th, 1823. Edinb. 1823. ^ copies printed. 

Another edition, Dec. 1827. 40 copies printed, 

ClTALOGUE OF THE BOOES PEINTED POB THE BaHTNATTNS CIiUB, 

Dec. 1825. Edinb. 1825. 

Another Edition. Edinb. 1854. 
Catalogue op the Bankattite Club Publications. Edinb. 183S. 

Another edition, Edinb. 1841. 
Catalogue op the Bannatyne Club Publications, with a Chbo- 

nological List of the Members since the institution of the Club iu 

1823, to March, 1846. Edinb. 1846. 

Album op the Bannattnb Club. 3 Numbers. No. 1, 1825 j No. 
2, 1831 ; No. 3, 1854. 

MAITLAND CLXTB. 

INSTITUTED AT GLASGOW, 1828. 
Originally 50 Members, subsequently 100. 

AU the Books are in Quarto. Those printed at the expense of the CM 

are marked with an asterisk, 

1.* The Histobt op the House op Settoun to the teas 1559. 
By Sir Bichard Maitland, of Lethington, Knight. With the con- 
tinuation by Alexander Viscount Kingston, to 1687. Edited by 
John Fullarton. Glasgow, 1829, portraits, frontispiece and rig- 
nettes. 75 copies printed for the Maitland Club. Printed also for 
the Bannatyne Club. 

2. HiSTOIBE DE LA GUEBBE D'ECOSSE PENDANT LES CaHFAGNES, 

1548 et 1549. Par Jean de Beaugu^. Beimprim^ a Edinbourg. 
Edited by Joseph Bain. 1830. Presented by William Smith, Esq, 

75 copies printed, and 2 on labge papbs. 

3. Memoibs op the Appaibs op Scotland by David Moysde, 
1577-1603. From early Manuscripts. Edinb. 1830. Edited and 
presented by James Dennistoun, Esq. 50 copies on Maitland Club 
paper. Also printed for the Bannatyne Club. 

4.* Poems op Sib Richaed Maitland op Lethington, Knight. 
With an Appendix of Selections from the Poems of Sir John 
Maitland, Lord Thirlestone, and of Thomas Maitland. Edited by 
Joseph Bain. Glasgow. 1830. 70 copies printed. 

5. Begisteb op Ministebs, Exhobtebs, and Beadebs, and ot 
their Stipends. 1567. Edinb. 1830. Edited and presented by Alex^ 
under Macdonaldy Esq. {With preface by Thomas ThomsonJ^ 

50 copies printed on Club paper^ 




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6. BaBSLL; a SaTIBIOAL PoEK on THB FBOOSBDINaS 07 THE €ta« 
neral Assembly in the year 16i^. By Dr. Archibald Pitcaime. 
Edinb. 1830. Edited and preatnted by George R. Ktnioeh, £aq, 

50 copies printed on Club paper. 

7.* Thb Diabt o:p Mb. John Lamont op Newtok. 1649-1671. 
Edited by G. B. Ejnloch. Edinb. 1880. 

61 copies printed on Club paper, 

8. GHBONICIiS OP THE KlVGB OP SoOTIiAKD, PSOM FeBOTTB THE 

First to James the Sixth, in the year 1611. Edinb. 1830. Pre- 
sented by John W, Mackenzie^ Esq, 50 copies printed, 

9. Claeiodtjs; a Metbical Rokakoe. Pbinted pbom a Mantj- 

script of the Sixteenth Cwitury. Edited by David Irring, LL.D. 
Edinb. 1830. Presented bg Edward Piper, Esq. 

60 copies printed on Chtb paper, 

10. The Chbonicle op Peeth; a Rbgisteb op Bemabeable Oc- 
currences, chiefly connected with that City, from the year 1210 
to 1668. Edinb. 1831. Presented by James Maidmenty Esq. 

63 copies printed on Club paper, 

11.* Beoistbtjh Metallanttm I, Edinb. 1831. 71 copies printed. 

12.* Desobiftion op the Shebippdoms op Lanabk and Benpbbw, 
compiled about 1710, by William Hamilton, of Wishaw. With 
IlluBtrative Notes and Appendices (by John Dillon and John Ful- 
larton, Esqrs.). Glasgow, 1831, 6 plates. 

70 copies printed on Club paper, and 50 on common paper, 

13. Intentobt op the Obnaments, Beuqtjes, Jewels, Vestments, 
Books, &C., belonging to the Cathedral Church of Glasgow, 1432. 
With Observations on the Catalogue of Books, by Jolui Dillon. 
Glasgow, 1831. Presented by John Dillon, Esq. 

14 Notices and Docttuents illubtbatxye op the Litebaby His- 
tory of Glasgow during the greater part of the last Century. 
Glasgow, 1831. Edited and presented by Richard Duncan, Esq. 

91 copies printed. 

15. Thb Mobaii Fablbs op Bobebt Hbnbtson, bspbinted pboh 
the edition of Andrew Hart. Edited by David Irving, LL.D. 
Edinb. 1832. Presented by Duncan Stewart, 68 copies printed. 

16. BiTBOH Becobds op the Citt op GxiAboow, 1573-1581. With 
Index. Edinb. 1832-34. Edited and presented by John Smith qf 
Cruiherlandt Esq, 93 copies printed, and 1 on telluic. 

17. BEeiSTBUM MONASTEBn DE PaSBELET, CaBTAB PBIYIIiEaiA CON- 

Tentiones aliaque Munimenta complectens a dome fun data A.D. 
1163 usque A.D. 1529. Edited by Cosmo Innes. Edinb. 1832. 
Presented by the Earl <^ Glasgow. 

91 eojties printed, and 1 on yellum* 

18. Po^BMS OP WixuAM Dbtjhhond op Hawthobnden. Edited 
by Thomas Maitland. Edinb. 1832, portrait and facsimile. iVtf- 
sented by William Maedowall, qf QarthLand, Esq, 68 copies printed. 

Some copies upon la&qx pafeb. 



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19.* Anoibht CRTmJStAJi Trials m SoortAin), oompilbd raoic tbm 
original BecordB and MSS. 1488-1624. With Historical Illus- 
trations by Robert Pitcaim. 10 parts. Edinb. 1833. 60 coptew 
printed for the Maiiland Chtb. Printed (deo for theBannatyne Club. 

20. HlSTOET OT THE TEOITBLKfl AlTD MKMOaABlB TKASSAOTIOHB Xlf 

Scotland and England, from 1624 to 1645, -by John Spalding. 
Edited by James Skene. Edinb. 1828-29, 2 toIs., 20 pl*te8. 
Printed for the Bannatyne CJub, 50 copies pwrcluued by the Matt 
land Club, 

21. Memoies op hib owk Lite by Sib James Melvillb oe Haii- 
hill, 1549-1593. Edited from the original Manuscript by Tho- 
mas Thomson. Edinb. 1833, facsimile. 50 copies reprinted 
from the Bannatyne Club edition of 1827 at the espense of 48 Sub* 
scribers, 

22. Memoies op the Wab cabbisd on in Sootlabtd and Ibelan3>, 
1689-1691. By Major -Gen. Hugh Mackay, with an Appendix of 
original Papers. Edinb. 1833. Edited and presented to the Club 
by C, F, Tytler and A, Urquhart, Bsqrs. 60 copies on Maitland 
ekibptqter* Prints also for the Bannatyne Club, 

28.* DruBNAii OP Bemabkable Occitbbents that hate passed 
within the country of Scotland since the Death of King James 
the Fourth till 1675. Edited from a Manuscript of the Sixteenth 
Century, in the possession of Sir John Maxwell, by Thomas Thomson, 
Edinb. 1833. 91 copies printed. Printed also for the Bannatyne Club, 

24. Gabthxabiihc CoMiTATtrs de Leyenax ab initio Secttli Becimi 
Sexti usque ad annum 1398. Edited by James Deni^istoun. Edinb. 
1833. Presented by Alexander Campbell, Esq. 90 copies printed, 

25.* MiSOELLANT OP THE MaITLAND ClTJB, CONSISllNa OP ORItHNAli 

Papers and other Documents illustrative of the History and Lite- 
rature of Scotland. Edited by Alexander Macdonald and James 
Dennistoun. Vol. 1, in 2 parts. Edinb. 1833. 110 copies printed. 
For the oontinuation au Noa. 61, 57, and 67. 

26. MlSCBLLANEOrS PaPSBS PBINOI^ALLY ILIiUSTBATm: OP THB 

Events in the Beign of Queen Mary and King James YI. Edited 
by W. J. Duncan. Glasgow, 1834. Presented by Andrew Mac 
george^ Esq. 

27. Beoobds op the Buboh op Peestwick, in THE Shebippdom 
of Ayr, 1472-1782. With an Appendix and Illustrative Notea, 
edited by John Fullarton. Glasgow, 1834. Presented by John 
Smith of Swinridgemuir, Esq. 90 copies printed. 

28. lUiUSTBATIONB OP SCOTTISH HiSTOBT PBOK THE TwEIiPTH TO 

the Sixteenth Century, selected from Unpublished Manuscripts in 
the Britiah Museum and the Tower of London. Edited by Joseph 
Stevenson. Glasgow, 1834. Presented by Moses Steven, Esq. 

91 oopit>s printed. 
29. The Wobks op Geobqe Daloabno op Abebdeen. Editkd by 
Thomas Maitland. Edinb. 1834. Presented by Senry Cockburn 
and Thomas Maitland, Esqrs. 93 topics vrinted 

Some copies printed upon labgb papkb. 



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80. Thb Wobks op Sib Thomas TTrquhaet op Ceomartt, KirraHx. 
Eeprintod from the Original Editiona. Edinb. 1834. I*resented 
by Silvester Douglas Stirlinyy of Glenbervie^ Esq. 92 copies printed 
Some copies printed upon laegb papbb. 

31. History op Masy Qfeen op Scots, a Fbagment, tbakslated 
^om the original French of Adam Blackwood. Edited by Alex- 
ander Macdonald, [the Notice by Thomas Thomson.] Edinb. 1834. 
Presented by Robert Adam, Esq. 96 copies printed. 

32.* COLLECTIOira UPON THE LiVBfl OP THE BePOBMEBS AND MOST 

eminent Ministers of the Church of Scotland, by the'Rev. Robert 
Wodrow. Edited by W. J. Duncan, Joseph Robertson, and the 
Rev. Dr. Leishman. Glasgow, 1834!-45, 2 vols. 110 copies printed. 

33. Cebtane Tbactatis pob Refobmation op Doctbyne and Ma- 
neris in Scotland by Niniane Winzet, 1562-1563. [With pre- 
face by David Laing.J Reprinted, Edinb. 1835. Presented by John 
Blcuik Gracie, Esq. 96 copies printed. 

34. Repobts on the State op Cebtain Pabishes in Scotland 
made to the Commissioners for Plantation of Kirks, &<?., April 
Xllth, 1627. From the Originals. Edinb. 1835. Edited by 
Alexander Macdonald. Presented by Alexander Macgriyory Esq. 

96 copies printed. 

35. Letixbs to King- James the Sixth, peom the Queen, Pbince 
Henry, Prince Charles, the Princess Elizabeth and her husband 
Frederick King of Bohemia, and from their son Prince Frederick 
Henry ; from the Originals in the Library of the Faculty of Advo- 
cates. Edited by Alexander Macdonald. Edinb. 1835. 35 fac- 
similes of the Letters. Presented by Sir Patrick Walker of Coates. 

82 copies printed, 

86. Papebs belatiye to the Royal Guaed op Scottish Abchebs 
in France, from Original Documents. Edinb. 1835. Presented 
by James JDunlopt Esq. 93 cities printed. 

37. The Cocheane Coebespondence, eegabding the Appaies op 
Glasgow, 1745-6. Edited by James Dennistoun. Glasgow, 1836. 
Presented by James Smithy Esq. of Jordanhill. 

38.* Catalogue op the Woeks pbinted pob the Maitland Club» 
with Lists of the Members and Rules of the Club. Edinb. 1886. 

39. Index to a Peitate Collection op Notices entituled Memoea- 
bilia of the City of Glasgow, selected from the Minute Books of the 
Burgh, 1587—1750. Glasgow, 1836. Presented by John Smith, 
of Cruiherland^ Esq. 

40.* Scalacbonica : BY SiB Thomas Gbay op Heton, Knight. A 
Chronicle of England and Scotland, from 1066 to 1362. Edited 
by Joseph Stevenson. Edinb. 1836. 108 copies printed. 

41. Selections pbom Unpublished Manuscbtpts in the Collegb 
of Arms and the British Museum, illustrating the Reign of Mary 
Queen of Scotlwid, 1543 — 1568. Edited by Joseph Stevenson. 
Glasgow, 1837. Presented by Kirkman F inlay of Castle Toward, 



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42. Thb Lite and Death of King Jah&s the Flbst of Scotlaitd. 
Edited by Joseph Stevenson. Edinb. 1837. Presented by George 
Macinlosh, qf Campbelly jEsq. 

43. Ancient Scottish Melodies ebom a Manttscbtpt op the Beiow 

of James VI. with an Introductory Enquiry illastrative of t!ie 
History of Music in Scotland, by William Dauney. Edinb. 
1838. Printed also for the Bannatyne dub^ arid for Subscribers. 

44. Sib Betes of Hamtoijn, a Metuical Romance, now fibbt 
edited from the Auchinleck Manuscript. Edinb. 1838. Edited and 
presented by W. B, D. D. TumbuU, Esq. 

46. Catalootje of the Libbaby at Abbotsfobd. Edinb. 1838. 
Presented by John Gibson Lockhart, Esq. Printtd also for the Ban' 
natyne Club. 

46. Cheonicon de Lanebcost, 1201 — 1346, e Codice Cottoniano, 
nunc primum typis mandatum. Edited by Joseph Stevenson. 
Edinb. 1839. Presented by Archibald Campbell of Blytheswood. 
Printed also for the Bannatyne Clttb. 

47* De Abte Lochstica Joannis Napeei, Mebchistonh Babonis 
Libri qui supersunt. With an Introduction by Mark Nipier. 
Edinb. 1839, portrait and plate. Printed also for the Bannatyne 
Club. 

Some copies printed upon LAnas papbb. 

48.* The Scottish Metbical Bomancb of Lancelot dit.Xak. 
Now first printed from a Manuscript of the Fifteenth Century, 
belonging to the University of Cambridge, with Miscellaneous 
Poems from the same volume. Edited by Joseph Stevenson. 
Edinb. 1839. 

49.* BooKE OF the TJnivebsall Kibe of Scotland; Acts and 
Proceedings of the General Assemblies of the Kirk o( Scotland, 
collected from the most authentic Manuscripts, from 1560 to 1618, 
vrith Appendix containing Historical Illustrations of the Proceed- 
ings of the Church of Scotland from 1597 to 1603. Edited by 
Thomas Thomson. Edinb. 1839—45, 3 vols. Printed also for 
the Bannatyne Club, 

60. Lettebs of the Aboyll Family fbom Elizabeth Qfeen oip 
England, Mary, Queen of Scots, King James VI., King Charles L 
King Charles II., and others. From Originals preserved in the 
General Register House. Edited by Alexander Macdonald. 
Edinb. 1839. Presented by the Duke of Aryyle. 

51.* Miscellany of the Maitland Citjb. Vol. 2s in 2 pabts. 
Edited by James Dennistoun and Alexander Macdonald. 

Sse Nob. 26 and 57. 

52.* Rob. Stene'b Deeam, feinted fbom a Manttscbtpt in thb 
Leightonian Library, Dunblane. Edited by William Motherwell. 
Glasgow, 1836. 

53. Nabeative of Chables Pbince of Wales* Expedition to 
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from 1604 to 1628. Edited by Q-eorge Eoberts, Author of the 
History of Lyme Kegis, The Life of the Duke of Monmouth, &c. 
1848. 

42. The Diabt op Henet Machtw, Citizen and Meechant- 
Taylor of London, from A.D. 1550 to a.d. 1563. Edited by John 
Gough Nichols. 1848. 

43. The Visitation op the Cottnty op Huntingdon, undee the 
authority of William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms, by bis 
deputy Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald, A.D. 1613. Edited 
by Sir Henry Ellis. 1849. 

44. The Obituaet op Eiohaed Smyth, Seoondaet op the Poultet 

Compter, London : being a Catalogue of all such persons as he 
knew in their life: extending from a.d. 1627 to A.D. 1674. 
Edited by Sir Henry EUis. 1849. 

45. Ceetaine Considerations upon the Government op England. 
By Sir Roger Twysden, Kt. and Bart.- Edited from the unpub- 
lished Manuscript by John Mitchell Kemble. 1849. 

46. Lettees op Queen Elizabeth and King James VI. op Scot- 
land, some of them printed from originals in the possession of the 
Rev. Edward Ryder, and others from a MS. which formerly be- 
longed to Sir Peter Thomson, Kt. Edited by John Bruce. 1849. 

47. Cheonicon Peteobuegense. Nunc peimum ttpis mandatum, 
curante Thoraa Stapleton. 1849. 

48. The Cheonicle op Queen Jane, and op two teaes op Queen 
Mary, and especially of the Rebellion of Sir Thomas Wyat : Writ- 
ten by a resident in the Tower of London. Edited, with illus- 
trative Documents and Notes, by John Gough Nichols. 1850. 

49. Wills and Inventoeies, peom the Registees op the Com- 
missary of Bury St. Edmund's and the Archdeacon of Sudbury. 
Edited by Samuel Tymms, Treasurer and Secretary of the Bury 
and West Suffolk Archaeological Institute. 185*0. 

50. GuAiTEEi Mapes de Nugis Cueialium Distinctiones quinqub. 
Edited from the unique Manuscript in the Bodleian Library at 
Oxford, by Thomas Wright. 1850. 

61. The Pylgetkage op Sra Richaed Gutlpoede to the Holy 
Land, A.D. 1506, from a copy believed to be unique, from the 
press of Richard Pynson. Edited by Sir Henry Ellis. 1851. 

52. Moneys eeceived and paid poe Seceet Seevices op Chaeles 
II. and James II. from 30th March, 1679, to 25th December, 1688. 
Edited from a MS. in the possession of William Selby Lowndes, 
Esq., by John Yonge Akerman. 1861. 



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53. CHBOincLis ov this Gbet Fbiabs of Loinx>ir. Ei>ited m 

John Gough Nichols. 1852. 

64. Pbomptositjh Pabyxtlobvm Toinrs Alteb. See No. 25. 

55. Ths Camden Miscellakf. Yoluite the Second. 

I. Account of tlie Expenses of John of Brabant, and Henry 

and Hioinas of Lancaster, ▲.D. 1292-3. Edited bj 

Joseph Burt. 1853. 

II. Household Expenses of the Princess Elizabeth during her 

residence at Hatfield, October 1, 1551, to September 30, 

1552. Edited bj Viscount Strangford. 1853. 

III. The Bequest and Suite of a True-hearted Englishman, 

written by William Cholmley. Londyner, in the year 

1553. Edited from the original MS. in the library of 
the Faculty of Advocates of Edinburgh, by W. J. Thorns. 
1853. 

IV. The Discovery of the Jesuits* College at Clerkenwell in 

March 1627-8 : and a Letter found in their House, (as 
asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles. 
Edited by John Qough Nichols. 1852. 
V. Trelawny Papers. Edited by William Durrant Cooper. 1853. 
VI. Autobiography and Anecdotes, by William Taswell, D.D., 
sometime Rector of Newington, Surrey, Rector of Ber- 
mondsey, and previously Student of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford. A.D. 1651-1682. Edited by George Percy Elliott. 

66. Lettebs and Papees op the Vebnet Famtlt down to the 
end of the year 1639. Printed from the original MSS. in the 
possession of Sir Harry Vemey, Bart. Edited by John Bruce. 
1853. 

57. The Ancben Riwle; a Tbeatise on the Ritles and Duties 
of Monastic Life, Edited and translated from a Semi Saxon MS. 
of the Thirteenth Century. By the Rev. James Morton. 1853. 

58. Lettebs op the Lady Bbilliana Habley, wife ov Sib Robebt 
Harley, of Brampton Bryan, Knight of the Bath. With Intro- 
duction and Notes by Thomas Taylor Lewis. 1854. 

59. A Roll ov the Household Expenses op Richabd db 

Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford, during part of the years 1289 and 
1290. Vol. I. Edited by the Rev. John Webb. 1854i. 

For Vol. II. see No. 62. 

60. Grants, etc. pbom the Ceown dttbinq the beion of Edwabd 
the Fifth, from the original Docket-Book, MS. Harl. 433. And 
two Speeches for opening Parliament, by John Russell, Bishop of 
Lincoln, Lord Chancellor. With an Historical Introduction, by 
John Gough I^ichols. 1854. 

61. The Camden Miscellany. Volume the Thibd. 1856. 

I. Papers relating to Proceedings in the County of Kent, AJD. 
1642-A.D. 1646. Edited by Richard Almack, from ori- 
ginal MSS. in the possession of John Gborge Weller 
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n. Ancient Biographical Poems, on the Duke of Norfolk, Vis- 
count Hereford, the Earl of Essex, and Queen Elizabeth. 
From Gough's Norfolk MSS. in the Bodleian Library. 
Edited by J. Payne Collier. 

ni. A Kelation of some Abuses which are committed against 
the Common-Wealth ; together with a friendlie Repre- 
hension of the same. Composed especiallie for the benefit 
of this countie of Durhame, December the xxvj^'» 1629, 
by a poore Freind and Wei wisher to the Common- 
Wealth. Edited, from the original MS. preserved in the 
British Museum, by Sir Frederic Madden. 

IV. Inventories of the Wardrobes, Plate, Chapel Stuflf, &c. of 
Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond ; and of the Ward- 
robe Stuff at Bajnard's Castle, of Katharine Princess 
Dowager. Edited, with a Memoir and Letters of the 
Duke of Richmond, by John Gough Nichols. 

62. A Roll op the Household Expenses op Richard de Swin- 

field. Vol. II. Abstracts, Illustrations, Glossary, and Index. 1855. 

For Vol. I. see No. 59. 

63. Chasles I. IN 1646. Lettebs op XiNa Chables the Fibst 
to Queen Henrietta Maria. Edited by John Bruce. 1856. 

64. An English Cheonicle op the beigns op Richabd II., 
Henry IV., Henry V., and Henry VI., written before the year 
1471 ; with an Appendix, containing the 18th and 19th years of 
Richard II., and the Parliament at Bury St. Edmund's 25th 
Henry VI. ; and Supplementary Additions from the Cotton MS. 
Chronicle called " Eulogium." Edited by the Rev. John Silvester 
Davies. 1856. 

65. The KiinaHTS HosfitaiiLEBS in England : being the Repobt 
of Prior Philip de Thame to the Grand Master Elyan de VQlanova 
for A.D. 1338. Edited by the Rev. Lambert B. Larking, M.A ^ 
with an Historical Introduction by John Mitchell Kemble. 1857 

66. DiABT op John Rous, Incttmbent op Santon Downham, Sttp- 
folk, from 1625 to 1642. Edited by Mary Anne Everett Green. 
1856. 

67. Tbevblyan Papbbb pbiob to a.d. 1658. Edited by J. Payne 
CoUier. 1857. 

68. JouBNAii OP the Veby Rev. Rowland Davies, LL.D., Dean 
of Ross, (and afterwards Dean of Cork,) from March 8, 1688-9, to 
September 29, 1690. Edited, with Notes, and an Appendix, and 
some account of the Author and his Family, by Richard CaulEeld. 
1857. 

69. The Domesday op St. Pattl's op the ybab m.co.xxii. : ob, 
Registrum de Visitatione Maneriorum per Robertum Decanum ; 
and other original Documents relating to the Manors and Churches 
belonging to the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's, London, in the 
Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. With an Introduction, Notes, 




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and IllustrationB, by WiUiam Hale Hale, Archdeacon of London. 
1858. 

70. LiBSS Faiouottb of Sib Jaues Whitelocex, ▲ Judob op thb 
Court of King's Bench in the Beign of James I. and Charles I., 
now first published from the original Manuscript. Edited bj 
John Bruce. 1858. 

11. Sayilb Cobbbsfondencb. Lbttbbs to avd bbom Heitby Sa- 
vile, Esq., Envoy at Paris, and Vice- Chamberlain to Charles XL 
and James II., including Letters from his brother Gheorge Mar- 
quess of Halifax. Printed from a Manuscript belonging to his 
Grace the Duke of Devonshire, and from originals in her Majesty's 
State Paper Office. Edited by WilUam Durrant Cooper. 1858. 

72. The Bomance of Blonde of Ozfobd and Jehan of Dam- 
martin. By Phihppe de Beimes, a Trouv^re of the Thirteenth 
Century. Edited, from the unique MS. in the Imperial Library 
at Paris, by M. Le Boux de Lincy. 1858. i 

73. The Camden Miscellany. 'Volitme the Foubth. 1859. | 

1. A London Chronicle during the Beigns of Henry the | 

Seventh and Henry the Eighth. Edited, from the ori- 
ginal MS. in the Cottonian Library of the British Museum, 
by Clarence Hopper. 1859. 

n. The Expenses of the Judges of Assize riding the Western 
and Oxford Circuits, temp. Elizabeth, 1596-1601. Edited, 
from the MS. Account-book of Thomas Walmysley, one 
of the Justices of the Common Pleas, by William Durant 
Cooper. 1858. 

III. The Skryveners' Play, The Incredulity of St. Thomas. 
From a Manuscript in the possession of John Sykes, 
Esq., M.D., of Doncaster. Edited by J. Payne Collier. ' 
1859. 

XV. The Childe of Bristowe, a Poem by John Lydgate* Edited, 
from the original MS. in the British Museum, by Cla- 
rence Hopper. 1859. 

V. Sir Edward Lake's Account of his Interviews with Charles I. 
on being created a Baronet, and receiving an Augment- 
tion to his Arms. Edited by T. P. Langmead. 1858. 

VI. The Letters of Pope to Atterbury, when in the Tower of 
London, Edited by John Gough Nichols. 1859. 

VII. Supplementary Kote to the Discovery of the Jesuits* College 
at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8 : printed in the Second 
Volume of the Camden Miscellany. By John Gough 
Nichols. 1859. 

74. Dlabt of the Mabches of the Boyal Abmt dttbino thb 
great Civil War ; kept by Richard Symonds. Now first published 
from the origimd MS. in the British Museum. Edited by Charles 
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75. Oei&iwaii Pafebs illustbativb op the Life aitd Writings of 
John Milton, including sixteen Letters of State written by him, 
now first published from M39. in the State Paper Office. With 
an Appendix of Documents relating to his connection with the 
Powell family. Collected and edited, with the permission of the 
Master of the Bolls, bj W. Douglas Hamilton. 1859. 

76. Lettees of Geobge Lobd Caeew to Sib Thomas Boe, Am- 
bassador to the Court of the Great Mogul, 1615-1617. Edited by 
John Maclean. 1860. 

77. Naerativb of the Days of the Refobmation, chiefly fbom 
the Manuscripts of John Foxe the Martyrologist, with two Con- 
temporary Biographies of Archbishop Cranmer. Edited by John 
Gough Nichols. 1859. 

78. COBBESPONDENCE OF XlNa JaMES VI. OF SOOTIAITD WITH SlB 

Bobert Cecil and others in England, during the reign of Queen 
Elizabeth ; with an Appendix containing papers iUustrative of 
Transactions between King James and Bobert Earl of Essex. 
Principally published for the first time from Manuscripts of the 
Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury preserved at Hatfield. 
Edited by John Bruce. 1861. 

79. Lettees wbitten by Johit Chambeblain DirBiNa the Beion 
of Queen Elizabeth. Edited from the Originals by Sarah Wil- 
liams. 1861. 

80. PBOCEEDINaS FBIWCIPALLY IN THE COTTNTY OF KeNT, IS CON- 

nection with the Parliaments called in 1640, and especially with 
the Committee of BeUgion appointed in that year. Edited by the 
Bev. Lambert B. Larking, M.A. from the collections of Sir Ed- 
ward Deering, Bart. 1626-1644. With a Preface by John Bruce. 
1861. 

81. Pabliamentaby Debates in 1610. Edited fbom the Notes 
of a Member of the House of Commons by Samuel Bawson Gar- 
diner. 1862. 

82. Lists of Fobeign Pbotestants and Aliens, besident in Eng- 
land, 1618-1688. From returns in the State Paper Office. Edited 
by W. Durrant Cooper. 1862. 

83. Wills fbom Doctobs Commons. A Selection fbom the 
Wills of Eminent Persons proved in the Prerogative Court of Can- 
terbury, 1495-1695. Edited by John Gough Nichols, and John 
Bruce. 1863. 

84. Tbevelyan Pafees, Paet II. a.d. 1446-1643. Edited by 
J. Payne Collier. 1863. 

For Part I. see No. 67, 

85. Life of Mabmadxjke Bawdon of Yoek. Now fibst feinted 
from the original MS. in the possession of Bobert Cooke, Esq. 
Edited by Bobert Davies. 1863. 



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86. Lettebs ov Qiteen MAitdiBST OT Anjott axtd Bishop Bkck- 
ington and others. Written in the B«ign of Henry V. and 
Henry YI. From a MS. found at Emeral, iu Flintshire. Edited 
by Cecil Monro. 1863. 

Works in the Press. 

Lettebs of Sib Eobebt Cecil to Sib G-eoboe Cabew. Fboic 
the originals at Lambeth Palace. Edited by John Maclean, 
Begister of the Priory of St. Mary, Worcester. Edited by the 
Venerable Archdeacon Hale. 

Two SERMOifs pbeaghed by Child-Bishops at St. Paul's, asd 
at Gloucester. With other Documents relating to that Featiyity. 
Edited by John Gough Nichols. 

Sib Fbances Dbaee's Memobable Sebtices doke aoaikst the 
Spaniards in 1587. Written by Eobert Long, Gent. Edited by 
Clarence Hopper. 

Cataloottb op the Eably Enolish Miscellakiss, pobicebly iir 
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Stuart. Aberdeen, 1846. Presented by Lord Francis Egerton {Earl 
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Dunn. Aberdeen, 1861. Fresented by Sir Robert Abercromby, 
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1851. Presented by Lord Saltoun, 

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27. The Brus. [Writ be Master Johne Barbour.] From a 
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by Cosmo Innes. Xberdeen, 1856. 

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Shires of Aberdeen and Banff. Vol. III. Edited by Joseph 
Bobertson. Aberdeen, 1857. 

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selected from the Charter-room at Cawdor, a.d. 1236 — 1742. 
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and additional Notes and an Introduction by the Hon. Algernon 
Herbert. Dublin, 1848, ISs. 

12. The Aksaia op Ibbland, by Fbiab John Gltk, of thb 
Convent of Friars Minors, Kilkenny, and Thady Dowling, Chan- 
cellor of Leighlin. Together with the Annals of Boss, Edited 
from MSS. in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin. With In- 
troductory Bemarks by the Very Bev.Bichu'd Butler, A.B., Deaa 
of donmacnois. Dublin, 1849. 

13. Macabls ExcrDiuM, ob the DESTErcTioir ov Ctpbtts ; BmsQ A 
Secret History of the Civil War in Ireland under James II., by 
Colonel Charles 0*Kelly. Edited in Latin from a MS., with a 
Translation from a MS. of the Seventeenth ' Century, with Notes, 
by John ComeHus O. Callaghan. 1850, 1/. 

14. Acts op Aechbishop Colton in his Visitation op the Dio- 
cese of Derry, A.D. 1397. Edited from the original Roll, with 
Introduction and Notes, by the Rev. William Reeves, D.D. 1850, 
IDs. 

15. The Histoet op the Subvet op Ibeland, commonly called 
the 'Down Survey.' By Doctor William Petty, A.D., 1655-6. 
From a MS. in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin. Edited, 
with Notes, by Sir Thomas A. Larcom, R.E. Dublin, 1851, 15s. 

16. Cambbensis EvEBstJS, OB Reputation op the Axjthobitt of 
Giraldus Cambrensis on the History of Ireland, by Dr. John Lynch 
(1662). Edited, with Translation and Notes, by the Rev. Mat- 
thew KeDy. 1853, 3 vols., II. 10s. 

This work had been pablished hj the Celtic Society in 1848-62. 

At this period the CELTIC SOCIETY was incorporated with the 
Archtological Society y which then took the name of the 

IBISH ASCH2B0L0GICAL AND CELTIC SOCIETT. 

17. Libeb Htmnobitm: the Book op Hymns op the Ancient 
Church of Ireland ; from the original MS. in the Library of Trinity 
College, Dublin. With Irish Scholia in Gloss. Part I. Edited 
by the Rev. J. H. Todd, D.D. 1855, 15s. 

18. LiPB OP St. Colitmba, by Adamnan, Ninth Abbot op Hy 

(or lona). The Latin Text from a MS. of the Eighth Century. 
With Notes and Dissertations by the Rev. W. Reeves, D.D. 1857. \ 

2 parts in 1 thick vol., maps and facsimiles. 21. 
Printed also on a larger size 4to. for the Bannatyne Clab. No. 111. See p. 18. 

18*. The Wabs op the Ibish and Danes. Edited by J. H. ! 

Todd, D.D., &o. 1858. 

19. Ibish G^losses : a Medijeyal Tbact on Latin Declension, 
with Examples explained in Irish. From a MS. in the Library of 
Trinity College, Dublin. Together with the 'Lorica of Hildas and 




54 IBISa JJtOH^OLO&ICAL SOGIETT. 

thA Middle Irish GHoBsary thereon, from Leabhar Breac. Edited, 
with a Commentary and Notes, by Whitley Stokes. 1860, 12s. 6d. 

aO. Akoekht Ibish Ajtnals, Thbeb Fbagments oe, htthebto uh- 
published. From a MS. in the Burgundian Library, Brussels. 
Edited, with a Translation and Notes, by John O'Donoyan, LL.D. 
1860, 12b. 6d. 

21. TopoGBAPHio^ Poems, Ibish akd EwaLiSH. EDirin) by Joh^ 

O'Donoyan, LL.D. 1862, 1/. 

22. OaiiKNdab OB THE Nativb Sadtts op Iebland, TrsxrAiiT 
styled the Martyrology of Donegal ; compiled by Friar Michael 
0*Clery. Edited from the original MS. in the Library of the 
Dukes of Burgundy, at Brussels, with translation by J. O'Dono- 
yan, LL.D. and Introduction and Notes by J. H. Todd, D.D., and 
the Bey. W. Reeves, D.D. 1864. 

23. LiBEB Hymnobum. Pabt II. In the press. 

See Celtie Soeiety for the Yolnmes published previona to its vbIob 

with Uie Irish Archaeological. 



CELTIC SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1845. 
TTie books are all in royal Bvo. 

1. Thb Book ov Eights. A Tbeatise on the Fbitilbobs of thb 

Ancient Eings of Ireland. Edited with a Translation and Notes 
by J. O'Donoyan, LL.D. Dublin, 1847, 10s. 

2. Cahbbensis Eyebstts, ob Bevutation oe the AuTHOBrrr ob 

Giraldus Cambrensis on the History of Ireland. By Dr. John 
Lynch. (1662). Edited with a Translation and Notes by the 
Eey. M. KeUy. Dublin, 1848—1852, 3 yols. 11. 10s. 

3. MlSCEIiLAlTT OB THE CeLTIO SoOIETT. CONTAINING, A TrBATISB 

on the Book of Leacan on O'DriBcol's Country ; a Historical Poem 
on the Battle of Dun, A.I>. 1260 ; Sir Richard Bingham's Prooeed- 
ings in Connacht in the reign of Ehzabeth ; a Narration of Sir 
Henry Doowra's Services in Ulster, a.d. 1614. Edited by J. 
O'Donoyan, LL.D. Dublin, 1849, 10s. 

4. The Battle ob Magh Lena, an Ancient Histobicaii Taxe. 
Edited irom MSS. in the Library of the Boyal Irish Academy by 
Eugene Curry. Dublin, 1853, 10s. 

%* How ineorporated with the Irish Arehaologioal Society. 



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PABEEB SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT CAMBRIDGE, 1840 

The Boohs are in octavo^ except where otherwise described. 

L The Wobks op Bishop Ridley. Edited, with a Biogbaphicai 
Notice, by the Bev. Henry Christmaa. Cambridge, 1841. 

2. Seemons by Edwin Sandys, Abchbishop op Yoek, to which 

are added some Miscellaneous Pieces by the same Author. Edited, 
with a Biographical Notice, by the Bev. John Eyre. 1841. 

3. The Wobks op James Pilzington, Bishop op Dubham. 

Edited, with a Biographical Notice, by the Bev. James Schole- 
field. 1841. 

4 The Wobks op Rogeb Hutchinson. Edited, with a Bio- 
graphical Notice, by John Bruce, Esq. 1841. 

6. The Examinations and Weitings op John Philpot, Abch- 
deaoon of Winchester. Edited, with a Biographical Notice, by 
the Rev. R. Eden. 1842. 

6. Cheistian Peayebs and Holy Meditations, as well pob Pbi- 

vate as for Public Exercise, by Henry Bull. 1842, 12mo. 

7. The ZtrBiCH Lettees ; compbising- the Cobbespondence op 

several English Bishops, with some of the Helvetian Reformers 
during the early part of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth [1658-1579]. 
Translated from authenticated copies, of the Autographs preserved 
in the Archives of Zurich. Edited by the Rev. Hastings Robinson, 
D.D. [With the original Latin Text]. 1842. 

For the Second Series, see No. 18. 

8. Remains op Edmund Gbindal, D.D., Abchbishop op Canteb- 

bury. Edited, with a Biographical Notice, by the Rev, William 
Nicholson. 184a 

9. Eably Wobks op Thomas Becon, D.D. ; being the Treatises 

published by Him in the Reign of King Henry YIII. Edited, 
with a Biographical Notice, by the Rev. John Ayre. 1843, impe- 
rial 8vo. 

10. Fitlke's Bepenoe op the Sincebb and Tbttb Tbanslations 
of the Holy Scriptures into the English Tongue against the Cavils 
of Gregory Martin. Edited by the Rev. Charles Henry Harts- 
home. 1843. 



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11. Eaelt WBiTOTGa OP John Hoopeb, Bishop op Worobstkb 

and G^loucester. Edited, with a Biographical Notice, by the Tier 

Samuel Carr. 1843. 

For his Later Writings, see No. 46u 

12. Wbitingb and Disputations op Thomas Obanhes, D.D., Arch- 

bishop of Canterbury, relative to the Sacrament of the Liord's 

Supper. Edited by the Bev. Edmund Cox. 1844, imperial 8fo. 

For VoL 2nd, gee No. 24. 

13. The Catechism op Thomas Becon, D.D , with otheb Pteces 
written by Him' in the Beign of King Edward VI. Edited by the 
Rev. John Ayre. 184>3, imperial 8vo. 

14. The Litueoies, Pbimeb, and Catechism set pobth in thb 
Reign of King Edward VI. 1844. 

15. Wbitinqs and Tbanslations op Miles CoteedaiiE, Bishop of 

Exeter. Edited by the Rev. Gkorge Pearson. 1844. 

16. The WoBKS OP HroH LATtBneB, Bishop OP Wobcesteb. Edited, 
with a Memoir, by the Rev. G-eorge Elwes Corrie. 1844. 

17. The Flowee op Gk)DLY Peaters, and otheb Pieces. By Thoicas 
Becon, D.D. Edited by the Rev. John Ayre. 1844. 

18. The Zubioh Lettbbs, the Second Sebies, [including lettebs 

from 1558 to 1602). With the original text in Latin. 1845. 

For the First Series, see No. 7. 

19. The Woeks op John Jewel, Bishop op Salisbubt. Edited by 
the Rev. John Ayre. Vol. 1. 1845, imperial 8vo. 

For the other Vols, of Bishop Jewers works, see Nos. 26, SO, and 40. 

20. Sebmons and Remains, op Hugh Latimeb, Bishop ov Wob- 
cester. Edited by the Rev. G^eorge Elwes Corrie. 1845. 

21. Select Poetby chieply Devotional op the Reign op Qitebn 
Elizabeth. Collected and edited by Edward Earr. 1845. 18mo. 
2 vols. 

22. Remains op Miles Coyebdale, Bishop op Ezeteb. Edited by 

the Rev. George Pearson. 1846. 

23. Obiginai Lettbbs belative to the English Repobmation, 
written during the Reigns of King Henry VIII., Edward VI., and 
Queen Mary, [1537 — 1558], chiefly from the Archives of Zurich. 
Translated firom authenticated copies of the Autographs, by the 
Rev. Hastings Robinson, D.D. First Series. 1846. 

For the Second Series, aee No. 28. 

24. Remains op Abchbishop Ceanmeb. (Vol. 2.) MiscELLANEOxra 
Writings and Letters. Edited by the Rev. John Edmund Cox. 
1846, imperial 8vo. 

25. Answeb to John Mabshall's Tbeatise op the Cboss, whebein 
ye shall see by the plain and undoubted Word of God, the vanities 
of men disproved by the true and godly Fathers of the Church, 
etc. By James CalfhiU, D.D. Edited by the Rey. Richard Gib- 
bings, M.D. . 1846. 




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26. Thb Wossa op Bishop Jewel. Vol. 2, nfCLUDiNG^ the latteb 
part of his Answer to Harding, his Exposition of the Epistle to 
the Th^salonians and other Pieces. 1847, imperial 8yo. 

For Vol. 3, tee No. 30. 

27. LlTFEGIBS AITD OCCASIONAL FORMS OP PrATEB SET POBTH IN 

the Beign of Queen Elizabeth. Edited by the Key. William Keat- 
inge Clay. 1847. 

28. Obioinal Lettebs belatiye to the English Bepobmation. 
[1537-1558]. Second Series. 1847. 

For the First Series, see No. 23. 

29. A Pboobesse op Piety, whose Jesses lead into the Hab- 
bour of Heavenly Hearts Ease, by John Noeden (1596). 1847, 
18mo. 

30. The Wobks op Bishop Jewel, Vol. 3, including an Apology 
for the Church of England, a Defence of the Apology, &c. 1848, 
imperial 8yo. 

31. The Wbitings op John Bbadpobd. Edited by the Bet. 

Aubrey Townsend. Vol. I. 1848. 

For Vol. 2, see No. 61. 

32. DOCTBINAL TbEATISES AND InTEODUCTIONS TO DIPPEBENT POB- 

tions of the Holy Scriptures. By William Tyndale. Edited by 
the Eev. Henry Walter. 1848. 

For other Vols, of Tyndale's Writings, see Nog. 87 and 38. 

33. Stapleton*s Fobteess Ovebtheown: A Bejoindeb to Mab- 
tiall's reply ; A Discovery of the Dangerous Bock of the Popish 
Church, commended by Sanders. By WilUam Fulke, D.D. 
(1580). Edited by the Bey. Bichard Gibbings. 1848. 

34. A Disputation on Holy Scbipttjbe against the Papists 
specially Bellarmine and Stapleton. By William Whitaker, D.D. 
'Edited by the Bey. William Fitzgerald. 1849. 

35. The Decades op Henby Btjllingeb. Edited pbom the edi- 

tion of 1587, by the Bey. Thomas Harding. The first and second 

Decades, 1849. 

For the 3rd, 4th and 6th Decades, see Nob. 89, 42 and 47. 

36. Select Wobks op John Bale, D.D. Bishop op Ossoby. Edited, 
with a biographical notice by the Bey. Henry Christmas. 1849. 

37. Expositions and Notes on Sundby Pobtions op the Holy 
Scriptures, together with the Practice of Prelates by William Tyn- 
dale. Edited by the Bey. H. Walter. 1849. 

38. An Answeb to Sib Thomas Mobe's Dialogihb. The Suppeb op 
the Lord after the true meaning, and William Tracy's Testament. 
By William Tyndale. 1850. 

39. The Thibd Decade op Henby Bitllingeb. Edited by tkb Bev. 
Thomas Harding. 1850. 

40. The Woexs op Bishop Jewel. Vol. 4.' containing depencb 
of the Apology continued and yarious other pieces. Edited with 



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a biographical Memoir, bj the Rev. John Ayre. 1850, imperial 
8vo. 

41. An Answxb in Depence of the TsrrH against the Afoloot 
of Private Mass. By Thomas Cooper, Bisliop of Winchester. To 
which is prefixed (as in the Original edition), the work answered 
entitled, an * Apology of Private Mass.* Edited by the Rev. 
"William Goode. 1850, small 8vo. 

42. The Fousth Decade of Hensy Buxukobb. Edited by the 
Rev. Thomas Harding. 1850. 

43. Pbivatb Pbayebs put foeth by Attthoeity in the Reign of 
Queen Elizabeth : the Primer of 1559, the Orarium of 1560, the 
Preces Privatae of 1564, the Book of Christianr Prayers of 1578. 
With an Appendix containing the Litany of 1544. Edited by the 
Rev. William Keatinge Clay. 1851. 

44. The Woeks of John Whitqift, D.D., Archbishop of Canteb- 

bury. Edited by the Rev. John Ayre. Vol. I., 1851. 

For Vols. 2 and 3. see Noa. 48, 60. 

45. The Chbistian Manual, os the Life and Mannebs of Tbub 
Christians. By John Woolton, D.D., Bishop of Exeter. 1851, 
small 8vo. 

46. Lateb Wbitings of John Hoopeb, Bishop of Wobcesteb 
and Gloucester, together with his Letters and other Pieces. Edited, 
with a Biographical Notice, by the Rev. Charles Nevinson. 1852. 

47. The Fifth Decade op Henby Bullingeb. Edited by the 
Rev. Thomas Harding. 1852. 

48. The Woeks of John Whitgift, D.D., Abchbishop of Can- 
terbury. Vol. 2. 1852. 

49. The Cobbespondence of Matthew Pabeeb, Abchbishop of 
Canterbury. 1852. 

60. The Wobks of John Whitgift, D.D., Abchbishop of Can- 
terburjr, Vol. 3. 1853. 

51. The Wbitings of John Bbadfobd, consisting of Lettebs and 
Treatises. Edited by the Rev. Aubrey Townsend, Vol. 2. 1853. 

62. The Thibty-Nine Abtici^eb analyzed by Thomas Rogebs; 
the Faith, Doctrine, and Religion professed and protected in the 
Realm of England, expressed in the Thirty-Nine Articles agreed 
upon in 1562 and 1604, the said Articles analysed into Proposi- 
tions and proved, the Adversaries of note confuted, &c. 1853. 

63. The Catechisms of Alexandeb Kowell, Dean of St. PAVifl. 
1853. 

Genebal Index to the Boobs published by the Pabeeb Society. 
Compiled for the Parker Society, by Henry Gough. Camb. 1866. 

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PEECT SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1840. 

Members limited to 500. 

uiU the boohs are in post %vo, 

1. A CoLiiECJTioN OP Old Ballads Anteeiob to the B£ign oi 
Charles L By John Skelton, Stephen Peel, Thos. Churchyard, 
Eichard Tarlton, Wm. Elderton, Thos. Deloney, &o. Edited by 
J. P. Collier. Lond. 1840. 

2. A Seabch roE Monet ; ob, the lamentable Complaint pob thh 
losse of the wandring , Knight Mounsieur T Argent ; containing 
curious topographical details of London and its suburbs. By 
William Rowley, 1609. Beprinted from the only known copy. 
Edited by J. P. CoUier. 1840. 

3. The Payne and Sobowe of Evtll Mabyaoe, in vebbb. Fbom 
a copy believed to be unique, printed by Wynkyn de Worde (1509). 
With an Introduction regarding other works of the same class, and 
from the same press. By J. P. Collier. 1840. 

4. A Selection peom the Minob Poems op Dan John Ltdgatb. 
Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1840. 

5. The King and a Poobe Nobthebne Man. Full op simple 
mirth and merry plaine jests. By Martin Parker. 1640. In verse. 
Edited by J. P. CoUier. 184,1. 

6. The Revolittion in Ibeland op 1688. Illubtbated by the 
popular Ballads of the period. Edited with Introduction and 
Notes, by T. Crofton Croker. 1841. 

7. Songs op the London Pbentices and Tbades ditbing the 
Beigns of Henry VIII., Elizabeth, and James I. Edited by 
Charles Mackay. 1841. 

8. The Eably Naval Ballads op England. Edited by J. 0. 
HaUiwelL 1841. 

9. KoBiN Good-Fellow ; his Mad Pbanes and Mebby Jests. 1628. 
In prose and verse. With an Introduction by J. P. Collier. 
1841. 

10. StBANGE HkTOBIES ; OB, SONGSAND SONNETS OP ElNGS, PBINOES, 
&c. Very pleasing either to be read or songe, &c. By Thomas 
Deloney, 1607. With an Introduction and Notes by J. P. Collier. 
1841. 




60 PEECT SOCIETY. 

11. FoLincAii BaUiADS pxtblished in England ditbing the* Com- 
monwealth, chiefly from the King's pamphlets in the British 
Museum. With an Introduction and Notes, by T. Wright. 1841. 

12. The Pleasant Histobt op the Two Angbt Women op Abing- 
ton. With the humorous mirth of Dicke Coomes and Nicholas 
Proverbs, two serving-men. As it was lately playde by the Lord 
High Admirall his servants. Written by Henry Porter, 1599. 
Edited by the Rev. A Dyce. 1841. 

13. The Boee op Cfbtasye ; an English Poem, illxtstbative op 
the Domestic Manners of the fifteenth century. Edited by J. O. 
HaUiwell. 1841. 

14. Kind-Habts Dbeam. Conteining ptve Appaeitions, with theib 

Invectives against abuses raigning. By Henry Chettle. (1593). Con- 
taining Notices of Shakspeare, Nash, &c. A curious picture of 
the Manners and Customs of the time. With a Life of the Author. 
Edited by E. F. Eimbault. 1841. 

15. The Meeting op Gallants at an Obdinabib ; ob, thb waxees 
in Powles, 1604. Illustrative of Manners and CuBtoms of the 
time. Edited by J. O. HaUiwell. 1841. 

16. Old Chbistmas Carols. Chieply taxen pbom icanuscbipt 
sources. Edited by T. Wright. 1841. 

17. The Nubsebt Ehtmes op England. Abbanged in Classeb, 
with an Historical Introduction. Edited by J. O. HaUiwell. 
1842. 

18. The Pleasant and Sweet Histobt op Patient Gbisshll. Ik 
prose and verse. With an Introduction concerning the origin of 
the story, and its appHcation in various countries. Edited by J. 
P. CoUier. 1842. 

19. Specimens op Lteio Poetbt wbitten in England pttstng- the 
Reign of Edward I. Edited by T. Wright. 1842. 

20. A Mabbiaob Tbitjmphe. Solemnized in an Epithalajcxitm in 
memorie of the happie Nuptials betwixt the Count Palatine and the 
Lady Elizabeth. Written by Thomas Heywood, 1613. In verse. 
With an Introduction, giving an account of other Poems by dif- 
ferent authors on the same event, by J. P. CoUier. 1842. 

21. A Knight's Conjubing, done in Earnest, discovebed in Jest. 
Written in answer to Nash's Pierce PennUess, and containing 
numerous allusions to Manners and Customs in London. By 
Thomas Dekker, 1607. Edited with a Life of the Author, by E. 
F. Rimbault. 1842. 

22. Pabaphbase on the Seven Penitential Psalms. In ENausH 
Metre (in Stanzas) of the Fifteenth Century ; presumed to be 
the production of a Lollard. Edited by W. H. Black. 1842. 



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23. Thb Gbown Gabland op Gouiden Boses. A Collection of 
Songs and Ballads, chiefly historical, by Bichard Johnson, Author 
of the " Seven Champions of Christendom." Beprinted from the 
Edition of 1612. Edited by W. ChappeU. 1842. 

For Part II. see No. 56. 

24. A DiALoavB op Witches and Witchcbapt. Sy Gboegb Gip- 
ford, 1603; Edited by T. Wright. 1842. 

25. Follie's Anatomie ; or, Sattees and Satteicall Efiobams, 
by Henry Hutton of Durham, 1619. Containing curious allusions 
to Paris Garden, the Theatres, &c. Edited by E. E. Bimbault. 
1842. 

26. Jack op Doveb. A Collection op Tales, and "The Pennt- 
less Parliament of Thread-bare Poets, or all Mirth and Wittie 
Conceites," 1604. 1842. 

27. Five Poetical Tbacts op the Sixteenth Centttbt. Fbou 
unique copies, viz., " The Doctrynall of Good Servauntes.** " The 
Boke of Mayd Emlyn." "The New Notborune Mayd." "A 
Complaint of a Dolorous Lover upon Sugred Wordes and Fayned 
Countenance." And " Loves Leprosie.'' Edited by E. F. Bim- 
bault. 1842. 

28. A Collection op Latin Stoeies ; illusteative op the His- 
tory of Fiction during the Middle Ages. From MSS. of the Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Edited by T. Wright. 1842. 

29. The Habmonie op the Chtjech ; containing Spieitual Sonos 
and Holy Hymns, by Michael Drayton. 1591. Edited by the Bev. 
A. Dyce. 1843. 

SO. Cocke Loeell's Bote; a Satteical Poem peom an unique 
copy printed by Wynkyn de Worde, (n. d.). Edited by E. F. Bim- 
bault. 1843. 

31. Poems by Sib Henbt Wotton. Edited by the Bev. A. Dyce. 
1843. 

32. The Habmonye of Byedes ; a Poem peom the only known 
copy, printed in the middle of the Sixteenth Century. Edited by 
J. P. Collier. 

33. A Zebby Pastobal ; IN Imitation op the Fiest Eclogue of 
Virgil. Edited by T. Crofton Crdker. 1843. 

34. The Foue Knaves. A Seeies op Satibical Tbacts, in vebse, 
by Samuel Bowlands. 1609—12. Edited by E. F. Bimbault. 
1843. 

35. A Poem to the Memoey op William Congeeve, by James 
Thomson. Edited by Peter Cunningham. 1843. 

36. The Pleasant Conceits op Old Hobson, the Mebby Lon- 
doner, 1607. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1843. 

37. Maboccus Extaticus ; OB, Banke's Bay Hobse in a Tbanob, 
1597. Edited by E. F. Bimbault 1843. 




62 PEBCT SOCIETT. . 

88. LoBD Matobs' Faobavts, Past I. ; Bxnra cohectkots TcrwABSft 
a History of these annual celebrations. Bj F. W. Fairholt. 

1843. 

For Part II. M0 No. 48. 

39. Thb Owl Ain> thb ISi&httsqale, Ab EabiiY Ebgubh Poek. 
Edited by T. Wright 1843. 

40. Thibtebb Psaxmb, abd thb Fibbt Ghaptbb ov Eoolbsiabtbs. 
Translated into English Verse by John Croke, in the Beign of 
Henry Vin. Edited by the Rev. P. BUss, D.C.L. 1844. 

41. Ab Histobioal Expostvlatiob. Aoaibst thb BbASTXiTB 
Abusers, both of Chinirgerie and Physyke, in oure Tyme. By 
John Halle, 1566. Edited by T. J. Pettigrew. 1844. 

42. Old Ballads xllustbatibo- thb 0beat Fbost ob 1683 — 1684, 
and the Fair on the Biyer Thames. Edited by E. E. Rimbault. 
1844. 

43. LOBD MaYOBS' PaGBABTS, PaBT XL ; OOBTAIBIBa BPBCIMSirS OB 

Dekker, Heywood, Tatham, and Jordan. Edited by F. W. Fair- 
holt. 1844. 

44. The Hobbstib ob this Agb. Bt Babbaby Rich, 1611. Ebitbd 
by Peter Cunningham. 1844. 

45. Reynabd thb Fox. Fbou Caxtob's Editiob. 1481. EsnxD 
by W. J. Thorns. 1844. 

46. Thb Keen op the Softh op Ibelabd ; as iLLxrsTBATrvB ob 
Irish Political and Domestic History, Manners, Music, and Super- 
stitions. Collected by T. C. Croker. 1844. 

47. Thb Poems op Johb Audelby. A Speoiheb op the Shbop- 
shire dialect in the Fifteenth Century. Edited by J. O. HalliweU. 
1844. 

48. St. Bbabdab, a Medieyal Leoebd op the Sea. Ib Ebgush 
Verse and Prose. Edited by T. Wright. 1844. 

49. The Romabce op the Empeeob Octavl/lb. Now pibst pxtb- 
lished from MSS. at Lincoln and Cambridge. Edited bv J O 
HaUiweU, 1844. ^ j ^^ ^. 

60. Six Ballads, with Bitbdebs ; peom MSS. ib the Libbabt ob 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Edited by James GK>odwin. 
1844. 

61. Lybioal Poems, selected pbokc Mfsioal Pttblicatiob's be- 
tween the Tears 1589 and 1600. Edited by J. P. Collier. 1844. 

62. Feiae Bakob's Prophesie : a Satibb ob the Deoebbraoy ob 
the Times, a.d. 1604. Edited J. O. HalliweU. 1844. 

63. The Seveb Ages. In English Verse. Edited peom a Makit- 
script in the Public Library of the Uniyersity of Cambridge fl^ 
T.Wright. 1845. ^ amonage. jjj 

64. POPtTLAB SOBGS, ILLTTSTBATIVE OP THE FbBBOH iBTAHIOVfl o» T«» 

land. Parti. Edited by T. C, Croker. 1845, ^^"^^^'-^^B- 



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65. Poetical Miscellaities, tboh a MAirxTSOBiFr Collbotion ot 
the Time of James the First. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1845. 

56. The Cbown GJ-ABiiAio) oe Qottlden Boses, Fast II. Taou thb 

edition of 1659. 1845. 

For Part I. aee No. 23. 

57. Babneieli>*ei Apvectionate Shefhebd, 1594. Bepbhtted fbom 
the abnost unique* copy in Sion College Library. Edited by J. O. 
HaUiwell. 1845. 

58. SoomsH Tbaditiokaii Yebsioks of Aitcieitt Ballads. Editep 
by James H. Dixon. 1845. ^ 

59. The Lite and Mabtybdom oe Thomas Beket, Abohbishop 
of Canterbury. Edited by W. H. Blact. 1845. 

60. The Pastimb op Fleasube; as Allegobical Foem. Bt 
Stephen Hawes. 1845. 

61. The Civio Gabland. A Collection op Songs pbom London 
Pageants. Edited by E. W, Fairholt. 1845. 

62. Ancient Foems, Ballads, and Songs op the Feasantbt op 
England. Edited by J. H. Dixon. 1846. 

63. The Bomance op Stb Tbtamoxtbe. Edited by J. O. Halli- 
well. 1846. 

64. The Intboduotobt Essay on the Bomance op the Seten 
Sages. By T. Wright. 1846. 

65. A Dialogue op Wit and Folly. By John Heywood. Now 
first printed. To which is prefixed an account of that Author, and 
his Dramatic Works, by F. W. Fairholt. 1846. 

66. A Collection op Fboveebs and Fopulab Sayings, belatino 
to the Seasons, the Weather, and Agricultural Pursuits, gathered 
chiefly from oral tradition. By M. A. Denham. 1846. 

67. Populab Songs illustbative op the Fbench Intasions op 
Ireland. Fart II. The Capture of Carricfergus by Thurot. 
Edited by T. Crofton Croker. 1846. 

68. Chaxtceb's Cantebbttby [Tales. Vol. I. A New Text, with 
Notes. By T. Wright. 1847. 

69. The Most Pleasant Song op Lady Bessy ; and how she 
married King Henry the Seventh, of the House of Lancaster. 
Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1847. 

70. Populab Songs, illustbatitb op the Fbench intasions op Ibe- 
land. Farts III. and lY. Edited with introductions and notes, 
byT. Orbfton Croker. 1847. 

See Part I. No. 64, Part II. No. 67. 

71. The Cytezen and Uplondyshman. By Albzandeb Babclay. 
Edited by F. W. Fairholt. 1847. 

72. The Cantebbuby Tales op Chauceb. Vol. II. Edited by 
T. Wright. 1847. 

73. Songs and Cabols op the 15th centuby. Feinted pob thb 
first time. Edited by T. Wright. 1847. 




64 PEECY SOCIETY. 

74. The Foub Elements, ak Iktssludb. Ej>itsd bt J. O. EaXi« 
liweU. 1848. 

75. The Disobedient Child, a New Inteblude, by Thomas Iugk- 
lend. Edited by J. O. HaUiweU. 1848. 

76. AuTOBiooBAPHT OP Mabt, CJotTNTESS OP Waewick. (1671-1674). 

Edited by T. Croftoii Croker. 1848. 

77. Festive Songs op the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Cen- 
turies. Edited by W. Sandys. 1848. 

78. Westwaed poe Smelts, wbitten by Kinde Kit op Kino- 
Btone. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1848. 

79. Desceiptive Notices op Populab English Histoeibs. By 

J. O. Halliwell. 1848. 

80. Beleeve as yotj list, a lost play by Massingeb. Edited 
from the original Manuscript by T. Crofton Croker. 1849. 

81. Satirical Songs and Poems on Costume, peom the 13th to 
the 19th century. Edited by P. W. Fairholt. 1849. 

82. A Poem on the Times op Edwabd II. Feom a MS. in the 
Library of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. Edited by the B«v. 
C. Hardwick, M.A. 1849. 

83. Notices op Fugitive Tracts and Chap-Books. Feinted at 
Aldermary Church-yard, Bow Church-yard, &c. Edited by J. O. 
Halliwell. 1849. 

84. The Man in the Moone, oe the English Foetitne-Tellee, 
reprint of the edition of 1609. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1849. 

85. The Religious Poems op William de Shoeeham, vioab op 
Chart Sutton, in Kent, in the Beign of Edward I. Edited by T. 
Wright. 1849. 

86. The Teial op Teeasuee, Inteelude op, eepeinted peom Pub- 
foote's edition of 1567. Edited by J. O Halliwell. 1850. 

87. A Manifest Detection op the Most vyle and detestable 
use of Dice play. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1850. 

88. An Anglo-Saxon Passion op St. Geoege, fbom a MS. in the 
Cambridge University Library. Edited by the Rev. C. Hardwick 
1850. 

89. The Loyal Gabland, a Collection op Songs op the Sbven- 
teenth Century. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 1850. 

90 Poems and Songs relating to Geobge Villiebs, Dxtkb op 
Buckingham, and his Assassination, by John Felton. Edited bv 
F. W. Fairholt. 1850. ^ 

91. The Canteeburt Tales op Geopprey Chaucer, a new Text 
with illustrative notes. Yol. III. Edited by T. Wright. 1851. 

92. The Garland op Good-will, by Thomas Dbloney. EDiTm) 
by J. H. Dixon. 1851. 



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93. BarpAWKiA'a Pastobals, a thibd Book, now first Edited 
from the original MS. in the Library of Salisbury Cathedral. 
Edited by T. 0. Croker. 1852. 

94. The Eitteblude of John Bon and Mast Person, on the 
Festival of Corpus Christi, a Dialogue in verse. Edited by W. 
H. Black. 1852. 

QxnppES FOB Upstabt new fanoled Gentlewomen, by Ste- 
pben Gosson, Parson of G]:^t Wyborowe, in Essex. This was 
tuppreased. 

BHYMiNa Satire on the Pride and Vices op Women now a 
days, by Charles Bansley, (1540). Reprinted in 1841, but not issued. 

%* This Society is Disaolyed. 



SHAEESFEABE SOCIETT. . 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 18i0. 

A List of the Publications of this Society has already been given in the 
* Bibliographer's Manual^ pp. 2341-42, and is therefore not repeated 
here. 



SOCIETY FOE THE F1TBLICATI0N OF OEIEirTAL 

TEXTS, 

INSTITUTED IN LONDOl^, 1841. 
8YBIAC. 

1. ThEOPHANIA ; OB, DiVINB MANIFESTATION OF OUB LOBD AND 
Saviour Jesus Christ, by Eusebius, Bishop of Cssarea. Edited 
from an ancient Manuscript recently discovered, by Professor 
Samuel Lee, D.D. 1842, royal 8vo. 15s. 

Festal Lettebs of Athanasius. Edited bt the Bey. W. 
Cureton. 1848, royal 8vo. 15s. 

F 



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.66 OBnifTAL TEXTS. 



ARASIO, 

1. Book ov Bxuaious and Philosofhicai. Secta. St Muhaic- 
mad Al-Shalirastfrnf. Parts I. and TI., complete. Edited by the 
Bey. William Cureton. 1842, royal Svo. 1/. IDs. 

2. BlOaSAFHIOAL DiCTIONABT OF IlLUSTBIOTTB MeN, CHIEFLT AT 

the Begmning of iBlamism, Parts I. — YIII. By Yahya Al-Kaw- 
awL Edited by Dr. Ferdinand Wustenfeld. 1845, royal 8to. 
8^. 7b. 6d. 

8. PiLLAB OF THE Cbbbs OF THB SiTNiOTES : VKOfa A Bbixf Ex- 
position of their Principal Tenets. By H&fidh-al>Din Abti*l-Bara- 
k&t Abd- Allah Al-Nasafi. To which is aubjoined a shorter Trea- 
tise of a similar Nature, by Najm*al-Dfn Abd Hafs Umar Al*Na- 
safi. Edited by the Ber. William Cureton. 1848, royal 8vo. 59. 

HiBTOBT OF THB Ax MOHADBS, BT AbDO-L WaBID Ax MaBBB 

Koshi Edited by Dr. Dozy. 1847, royal 8to. 10s. 6d. 

SAK8GBIT. 

1. Thb Saica-tbda. Edited by the Bey. G-. Steyenbon. Pbibted 
under the Superintendence of Professor H. K, Wilson. 1843, 
royal 8yo. 12s. 

2. The Dasa Ettmaba Chabita. Edited by Pbofebsob H. H. 
Wilson. 1846, royal 8vo. 15s. 

Thb Maha Yiba Chabita, a Sansobit play by Bhatta Bha- 
vabhuti. Edited by Dr. Trithen. 1848, royal 8yo. 15s. 

PEB8IAV. 

I. Thb Tbbabttby of Secbets, by Shaikh Nizaki of Gakjah. 
Part I. containing the Text. Edited by N. Bland, Esq. 1844^ 
4to. 10s. 6d. 

2. TUHFAT - ITL - AhBAB. ThB FIBBT PoEM OF THE HeFT AuBANO 

of Mulla Abd al Bahman Jami. Edited by Professor Falconer. 
1848, 4to. lOs., reduced 7b. 6d, 

8. Hibtoby of the Atabees of Sybia and Pebsia, by Mibxhobd. 
Edited by W. H. Morley. 1850, royal 8vo. 12b. 

4. Salamait it Abbal, an Axlegobical Boscange, Edxtied bt 
Professor Falconer. 1850, 4to. 10b« 

%* This Society is Dissolyed. 




67 



AEIEBIC SOCIETY. 

For the pnbUcatioii of Anglo-Saxon Works, Civil and EcelesiMtieaL 
INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1848. 

2. Thb Hoiauss op the Axqjjo - Sazok Chttbch. Editex>, 
with a Translation, by Benjamin Thorpe. 1843-46, 10 parts or 
2 vols. 

2. The Poetet oe the Codex Vebcbixeitsis. Edited, with 
a Translation, by John M. Kemble. 1844-56, 8to. 2 parts (» 
ItoL 

8. The Ajraio-SAXoir Dialooites of Solomon aitd SATiminjB, ajtd 
Adrian and Bitheus. Edited (from original MSS.), with a Trans- 
lation and Notes, by John M. Kemble. 1846 — 46, 8vo. 3 partSi 
or 1 ToL 

%* This Society waa disoontiiLued in 1856. 



CHETHAM SOCIETT. 

For the poblication of Historical and Literary Remains connected with the Palatina 

Counties of Lancaster and Chester. 

INSTITUTED AT MANCHESTER, 1848. 

Limited to 350 Members. 

The Books are all m small 4^0^ 

1. Tbayels nsr Hoxlaio), the United PEOvnrcES, England, Scot- 

land and Ireland 1634-1635, by Sir William Brereton, Bart. 
Edited by E. Hawkms. 1844. 

2. Tracts bblatino to Milttaey FsooEEDiNas dttbino the Gbeat 

Civil War. Edited, with Biographical Notices, by George Ormerod, 
B.CL. 1844. 

3. Chbsteb's Tbhthph in Honottb op heb Pbinges as it was 

performed upon St. George's Day, 1610, in the aforesaid Citie. 
Edited by the Bev. T. Corser. 1844. 

4i LiEB OE Adah Mastindale, a Nonconvobhist Ministeb, 1633 
to 1680, written by Himself, and now first printed from the Ori- 
dnal MS. in the British Museum. Edited by the Bev. B. Far- 
kinaon, B.D. 1845. 

5. Memobiaxs oe Lanoashibb DiTBiNa the Rebellion oe 1715, 
With a large Introduction by Samuel Hibbert-Ware, M.D. 1846. 




68 GHETHAM SOCIETY. 

6. WOITDEEFUIL DlBOOVEEIE OV WiTCHEfl IH THE COTnTTT OP IiAlT- 

caster, with their Trial, by Thomas Potts. 1613. With an Intro- 
duction and Notes, by James Crossley. 1845. 

7. Itbe Lanoasteenbb, by the Key. Richaed Jaices ; a Poem ik 

English verse, written in 1636. With Notes and Introduction by 
the Key. Thomas Corser. 1845, 2 coloured plates, and a Genealo- 
gical Table. 1845. 

8. NoTiTiA Cebtbibnsis; oe Histoeicaii Notices op the Diocese 

of Chester, by Bishop GastreU, now first printed. VoL 1, ( CheaMre). 
With explanatory Notes by the Eev. F. E. Baines, 1846. 
For the three other parts, tee Nob. 19, 21, and 22. 

9. The Nohbis Papebs; belatdto to the eoundation op the 

Port of Liverpool. Edited by Thomas Heywood. 1846. 

10 AWD 11. The Coitcheb Book, ob Chabtulabt oe Whallst 
Abbey. Edited by W. A. Hulton. 1847. Vols. 1 and 2. 
For vols. 8 and 4, «m Nos. 16 and 20. 

12. Rental Book of Ebwabb Moobb, of Moee Hall. Edited 
by Thomas Heywood. 1847» map. 

13. DiAET AND COEBESPOITDENCE 0» Db. JoHN WoBTHHTOTOK. 

Vol. 1. Edited by James Crossley. 1847. 

For vol. 2, pt. i., we No. 86. 

14. JouENAL OP Nicholas Assheton, op Downham, oo. Lancasteb, 
for part of the years 1617-18. With Notes by the B«v. F. B. 
Baines. 1848. 

15. Holt Ltpe and Histobt op Saint Webbttbob, tbby pbittb- 
full for all Christen People to rede. Reprinted from the edition 
of 1521. Edited by E. Hawkins. 1848. 

16. CoucHEB Book, ob Chabtulabt op Whallet Abbet, Vol. 3« 
1849. 

17. Wabbingkton in 1465, as desobibed in a Contemfobabt 

Rent Roll of the Legh Family. Edited by W . Beamont. 1849. 

18. DiABT OP THE Rev. Henbt Newcome, tboh Sept. 30, 1661, 
to Sept. 29, 1663. Edited by Thomas Heywood. 1849. 

19. NoTiTiA Cestbiensis. Vol. 2, part 1, (Lancashire), 1849. 

20. CoucHBB Book, oe Chabtulabt op Whallet Abbet, Vol. 4. 
1849. 

21 AND 22. Notitia Cestbiensis. Vol. 2, parts 2 and 8. {Lanca^ 
shire), 1849. 

23. A GouLDEN Mibboub. Conteininoe cebtainb fithie and 
. figurative visions prognosticating good fortune to England, &c. 

By Richard Robinson of Alton, 1589. With Introduotlon and 
Notes by the Rev. Thomas Corser. 1850. 

24. Chethah Miscellanies, Vol. 1. Edited bt William Lano* 
ton ; containing Papers on the Afiairs with Milton and his 
Faniily, by J. F. Marsh. Epistolary Reliques of Lancashire and 



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Cheshire Antiquaries, 1653-73, commtmioated bj G«orge Ormerod, 
D.C.L. Heraldic Visitations of the County Palatine of Lancaster, 
hj the same. A Fragment illustrative of Sir Wm. Duf^dale's Visi- 
tation of Lancashire, by the Key. F. R. Baines. Autobiographical 
Tracts of Dr. John Dee, by James Crossley. 1851. 
For Vols. 2 and 8, see Nob. 37 and 57. 

25. Casdinal AiiLBif's Defence of Sib William Stanley's Sub- 
render of Deventer. Edited by Thomas Haywood. 1851. 

26 & 27. AuTOBioaBAFHY OF THE Bet. Hevby Newoome. EsnsD 
by R. Parkinson, D.D. Vols. 1 and 2. 1851-2. 

28. The Jacobite Tbials at Manchestbb nr 1694. Edited bt 
W. Beamont. 1852. 

29. The Staitlet Papees, Pabt 1. The Eabls of Debet akd 
the Verse Writers and Poets of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Bj 
Thomas Heywood. 1853. 

80. Documents belatino to the Pbiobt of Penwobtham, and 
other Possessions in Lancashire, of the Abbey of Eresham. Edited 
by W. A. Hulton. 1853. 

8L The Stanley Papebs, Pabt 2. The Dbbby HorsEHOLD 
Books, together with a Diary of WiUiam Farrington, Esq., the 
Comptroller. Edited by the Bey. F. B. Baines. 1853. 

32. Pbiyatb Joubnal and Litebaby Bemains of John Bybom, 

(the last of the English non-juring Bishops). Edited by Bichard 

Parkinson, D.D. Vol. I., Part 1. 

For the other Parts, aee Nos. 84, 40, and 44. 

33. Lancashibe and Cheshibe Wills and Inyentobies, fbom the 

Ecclesiastical Court, Chester. The first portion edited by the 

Eev. Q-. J. Picoope. 1854. 

For Parta 2 and S, see No. 61 and 64. 

34. Pbiyatb Joubnal and Litebaby Bemains of John Bybom. 
VoL L. Part 2. 1854. 

35. House and Fabm Accounts of the Shuttlewoeths of Gaw- 

thorpe Had. Part I. Edited by John Harland. 1854. 
For Parts 2 and 8, «m Nob. 41, 43. 

36. Diaby and Cobbespondencb of Db. John Wobthington. 
VoL II., Part 1. 1855. 

37. Chetham Miscellanies. Vol. II. Edited by William 
Langton. Containing — The Bights and Jurisdiction of the County 
Palatine of Chester, the Earls Palatine, &c., by J. B. Yates. The 
Scottish Field, (a Poem on the Battle of Flodden), by John Bob- 
son. Examynatyons towcheynge Cockeye More, Temp. Henry 
Vm. in a dispute between the Lords of the Manors of Middleton 
and Badclyffe, by the Bey. F. B. Baines. A History of the Cha- 
pelry of Denton, by the Bev. Thomas Booker. Letter from John 
IBradshawe of Gray's Inn to Sir Peter Legh of Lyme. 1855. 

88. BlBLIOG-BAPHICAL NOTICES OF THE ChUBCH LiBBABEES OF TUB- 

ton and Gorton, bequeathed by Humphrey Chetham. Edited by 
Gilbert French. 1856. 



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70 CEETHAM BOOXBTT. 

89. Thi FiBnroTOH Papbss. Bditxd bt Ifiss Ffabivcheov. 
1856. 

40. Pbiyatb Diabt aitd Ltebbabt BsMAiirB ov JoHir Btbok. 
Vol. II., part 1. 1866. 

41. HouBB Ain> Fabk Acoofkts op the Shttttlxworihs ov G^aw- 
thorpe HaU. Fart 2. 1856. 

4)2. HiSTOBT OT THB AnCTENT ChAPEL OF DiDSBTTBY AlTD ChOBITOIT, 

etc. in Manchester ParUh. By the Ber. John Booker. 1857. 

48. HorsE Ain> Fabm Aocoukts of the Shuttlbwobthb of 0aw- 
thorpe HalL Part 8. 1857. 

44. Pbiyate Diaby ajstd Litebabt Beicaivb of Johk Btbox. 
Yol. II., part 2, (oontaming an account of Prince Charles Edward 
Stuart's arrival and stay in Manchester in 1745). 1857. 

45. MlSCELLAlHES ; BEING A SeUBCTIOIT OF THE POEMS AND GOB- 

respondenee of the Bev. Thomas Wilson, B.D., of Clitheroe. With. 
Memoir of his Life, by the Bey. F. B. Baines. 1858. 

46. The House and Fabic Accounts of the Shttttlewobthb ot 
Gkwthorpe Hall. Part 4. (Concbision), 1858. 

47. A Histobt of the Ancient Chapel of Biboh, in Man- 
chester Parish, including a Sketch of the Township of Busholm : 
together with Notices of the more Ancient Local Families, and 
Particulars relating to the Descent of their Estates. By the Ber. 
John Booker. 1858. 

48. A CATALOGhlTE OF THB COLLECTION OF TbACTS FOB AND AGAINST 

Popery (published in or about the reign of James II.) in the Man*- 
chester Library founded by Humphrey Chetham ; in which is in- 
corporated, with large Additions and Bibliographical Notes, the 
whole of Peck's List of the Tracts in that Controversy, with his 
Beferences. Edited by Thomas Jones. Part I. 1859. 

49. ThB LANCASHIBE LiEITTENANCT UNDEB the TuDOBS AND 

Stuarts. The Civil and Military Oovernment of the County as 
illustrated by a Series of Boyal and other Letters ; Orders of the 
Privy Council, the Lord Lieutenant, and other Authorities, &o., 
Ac. Chiefly derived from the Shuttleworth MSS. at Qawthorpe 
Hall, Lancashire. Edited by John Harland. Part I. 1859. 

50. The Lancashibe Lietttenanct itndeb the Tudobs and Stuabts. 
Part II. {Conclusion). 1860. 

51. Lancashibe asj) Cheshibe Wills and Inyentobies fboic thb 

Ecclesiastical Court, Chester. The Second Portion. 1860. 

For Part 1, see No. 83. 

62. Collectanea Anglo-Poetica : ob, A Biblioqbafhioal and 
Descriptive Catalogue of a portion of a Collection of Early En- 
glish Poetrv, with occasional Extracts and Bemarks Biographical 
and Critical. By the Bev. Thomas Corser. Parti. 1860. 

For Fart 2, see No. 65. 



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63. Maxbcbstbb: BBnro Chaftbbs tboic thb sably bbcobdbd 

History of the Barony, the Lordship or Manor, the Till Borough 

or Town of Manchester. Edited by John Harland. YoL I. 

1861. 

For Vol. 2, Mtf No. 66, and Vol. 8, No. 68. 

54l Lanoashibb akd Ghbshibb Wills and Inybntobibs bbok thb 
Ecclesiastical Court, Chester. The Third Portion. {^Concbuion), 
1861. 

55. GOLLEOTiLNEA ANaLOPOBTICA. PABT II. 1861. 

56. Mamboestbe. Yol. II. 1862. 

For Vol. 1, see No. 63, and Vol. 8, No. 68. 

57. Chbtham Miscellanies. Yol. III. Edited By Williax LiNOh 
ton. Containing 

On the South Lancashire Dialect, with Biographical Notices of John 
Collier, the author of Tim Bobbin, By Ihos. Heywood. 

Bentale de Cokersand : being the Bursar's Bent Boll of the Abbey of 
Cokersand, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, for the year 1501. 
Printed from the Original. Edited by the Eev. P. B. Baines. 

The Names of all the Qentlemen of the best callinge w^^in the 
countye of Lancastre, whereof choyse ys to be made of a c'ten 
number to lend vnto her Ma^^' monye ypon privie seals in Jan- 
Tarye 1588. From a manuscript in the possession of the Bev. F. 
B. Baines. 

Some Instruction giren by William Booth Esquire to his stewards 
John Carington and William Kowcrofte, upon the purchase of 
Warrington by Sir George Booth Baronet and William Booth his 
son, A.D. MDOxyni. Communicated by William Beamont. 

Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester y« 25 M'ch, 1643. Edited 
by Thomas Heywood. 

The Names of eight hundred inhabitants of Manchester who took 
tiie oath of allegiance to Charles II. in April, 1679. Communi- 
cated by John Harland. 

The PoleBooke of Manchester, May y« 22' 1690. Edited by Wil- 
liam Langton. 1862. 

58. Mamboestbe. Yol. III. (Conchuion). 1862. 

59. A HiSTOBY OB THE ChANTBIES WITHIN «THE COUNTT PaLATINB OB 

Lancaster : being the Reports of the Royal Commissioners of 
Henry YIIL, Edward YI., and Queen Mary. Edited by the Eer. 
P. B. Baines. YoL I. 1863. 

60. A HiSTOBY OB THE ChAXTBIES WITHIN THB CoUNTY PaLATINB OB 

Lancaster, &c. Yol. II. (Conclusion). 1863. 

%• J General Index to the First Thirty Volumes mU form the firtt 

Fublication for the year 1863—4. 



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STBEITHAM SOCIETT. 

For reprinting Standard EngUnh Works in Medical Literature, and for the Trans^ 

lations of Foreign Authors, with Notes. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1843. 

1. Thomas Sydenham, M.D., Opeba Omnia. Edidit G-. A. 
GreenhiU, M.D. 1844, 8vo. 

2. Heckeb's Epidemics op the Middle Ages ; Tbanslated pbom 
the German. By B. G-. Babington, M.D. 1843. Also, a 
Boke or Counseill against the disease commonly called the Sweate, 
or Sweatyng-Sicknesse ; made by Jhon Caius Doctor in Phyaicke. 
1844, 8vo. 

3. Dr. p. C. a. Loiris* Keseabches on Phthisis ; Second Edition 
enlarged. Translated from the French, by W. H. Walshe, M.D. 
184,3, 8to. 

4. The Seven Books op Paflits .^oineta; Tbanslatbd pbom 
the Greek ; with a Commentary by Francis Adams, LL.D. 1844- 
6-7. 8vo. 3 vols. 

5. Obsebvations on Aneitbism. Selected pbom the Works op 
the principal Writers on that disease from the earliest period to the 
close of the last century. Edited by John F. Erichsen. 1844^ 
8vo. 

6. Animal Chemistbt, with bepebence to the Phtsiolooy and 
Pathology of Man, by Dr. J. Franz Simon. Translated from the 
German, by G. E. Day. Plates. 1844-5, 8vo. 2 toIb. 

7. Anatomical Description op the Diseases op the Oboan op 
Bespiration, by C. Ewald Hasse. Translated from the Gterman, by 
W. E. Swaine, M.D. 1846, Svo. 

8. The Wobks op William Hewson, F.R.S. Edited, with 
Notes, by George Gulliver, F.E.S. 1846, 8vo. Portrait and 
Plates. 

9. Babon Duputtben's Lectitbes on Injubibs and Bisbabbs 
of Bones ; Translated from the French, by F. Le Gros Clark. 
1847, 8vo. 

10. The Works op William Habvet, M.D. Tbanslatbd pbom 

the Latin, with a Life of the Author, by Eobert Willis, M J). 
1847, 8ro. 

11. Pbinciples op Medical Psychology ; being the Outltnbs op 
a Course of Lectures by Ernst Von Feuchtersleben. Translated 
from the German by H. Evans Lloyd, revised and edited by B. G. 
Babington, M.D. 1847, 8vo. 

12. MiCBOScopicAL Reseaeohes into the accobdanob op thb 
Structure and Growth of Animals and Plants, by Dr. T. Schwamu 
Translated by Henry Smith. Contributions to Phytogenis, by 
Dr. M. J. Schleiden. Translated. 1848, 8vo. 



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13. Obseetations on Suegical Diseases op the Head and Nbok i 
selected from the Memoirs of the Royal Academy of Surgery of 
France. Translated by Drewry Ottley. 1848. 

14. Teeatise on the Smai^l Pox aiib Measles, bt Rhazes. Tbans- 
lated from the Arabic by W. A. Greenhill, M.D. 1848, 8vo. 

15. The Woses of Thohas Sydenham, M.D. ; Translated vbom 
the Latin of Dr. Greenhill, (No. 3), with a Life of the Author hj 
E. G. Latham, M.D. 1848-50, 2 vols. 8to. 

16. The Genuine Woeks op Hippoceates ; Tbanslated pbom the 
Greek, with a preliminary discourse and annotations by Francis 
Adams, LL.D. 1848-9, 2 vols. 8vo. 

17. Manual op Pathological Anatomy, by Gael Boeitanbky, 
M.D. Translated from the German by Edward H. Sieveking, 
M.D. 1848-52. 4 vols., 8vo. 

18. Essays on Puebpebal Feyeb and Diseases peguliab to Wo- 
men. Selected from the Writings of British Authors. Edited by 
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Botfield, Esq, Qf this 100 dopies were printed on laidpqper^ and 26 
on wove paper. 



PHILOBIBLON SOCIBTT. . 83 

2. MiscaBLLAiOES OP THE Philobiblon Sooiett. Vol. II., 1855-6. 

Contents — 1. Some Account of a rare Greek Manuscript. By the 

Rev. Walter Sneyd. 2. Catalogue of the Books of Richard de 

Grayesend, Bishop of London, 1303. By the Very Rev. H. H. JUil" 

num. Dean of St. PattPs. 3. Some Accoimt of the first English 

^ible. By Beriah Botjieldy Esq. 4. Bibhotheca Membranacea Bri- 

tannica; or, Notices of Early English Books, printed upon vellum. 
By Beriah Botfield, Esq. 5. The Book of the Prophet Moses, and 
the History of the Prophet Moses. By the Hon. Robert Curzon. 
6. Notes bt Documents relatifs h Jean Boi de France, et sa captivity 
en Angleterre. By His Royal Highness the Duke tVAumale. 7. 
Notices concerning John Cabot, and his son Sebastian. By Raw- 
don Brown, Esq. {Communicated). 8. Notices of the Emperor 
Charles Y., in 1555, and 1556 : selected from the despatches of 
Federigo Badoer, Venetian Ambassador at Bruxelles. By William 
Stvrling, Esq.^ M.P, 9. Eyre Papers, m the possession of and edited 
by H. Belwood Ray, Esq. 10. Notices of L'Historia di Casa Orsini 
di Francesco Sansovino Venetia, 1565. By Edward Cheney, Esq, 
11. Unpublished Letters of Lawrence Sterne. By John Murray^ 
Esq. 12. A Few Spanish Proverbs about Friars. By William Stir- 
lingy Esq., M.P. 13. Inedited Poems of Daniel. By Sir John 
Simeon, Bart, 14. De la Litterature Macaronique et de quelques 
raret^B bibHographiques de ce genre. By Octave Delepierre, Esq, 
15. Boswelliana. By R. Monckton MilneSf Esq,^ M,P, 100 Copies 
printed on laid paper. 

3. MiSGEXiANiES OF THE Phtlobibloit Sooiety. Vol. III. 1856-7. 
Contents — 1. Catalogue of the Minister's Library in the Collegiate 
Church of Tong, in Shropshire, with some Notices of that Struc- 
ture. By Beriah Botfield, Esq., M.P, 2. Notice of Anquetil du 
Perron, and the Fire Worshippers of India. By SirErskine Perry ^ 
M.P, 3. Unpublished Poems of Donne. By Sir John Simeon^ Bart, 
4. On the Apologies for the Massacre of Saint Bartholomew. 
By R, Monckton Milnes, Esq., M.P. 6. Funerall Oration, spoken 
over the Grave of Lady Elizabeth, Countess of Esseisc, by her hus- 
band, Mr. Higgins, in the Cathedrall Church of Winchester, 
September 16, 1656. {Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir David 
Dundas). 6. Two Letters of Charles I. By the Hon. T. E. 
Stonor. 7. Etudes Bio-BibHographiques sur les Fous Litteraires. 
By Octave Delepierre, 8. Le Marquis de Sy et M. Poupar. By 
his Excellency M, Syhain Vande Weyer, 100 Copies printed on laid 
paper, 

4. MiSOKLLANIES 07 TEE PhILOBIBLON SOCnSTT. VOL. IV. 1857-8. 

Contents — 1. James Thomson and David Mallet. By Peter Cun- 
mngham, Esq. 2. The Origin and Progress of Printing. By 
Henry G. Bohn, Esq, {Communicated), 3. Contemporaneous Nar- 
rative of the Trial and Execution of the Cenci. By Sir John Simeon, 
Bart, 4. Letters by Titian, respecting some Pictures completed 
t>y him ai» the age of Ninety-one. By Sir Charles Eastlake. 5. Essai 

e 2 



84; i^nHiOBiBLOir society. 

Biogiraphique sur l*Histoire Litt^raire des Foub. ^y Octave Dele* 
pierre, 100 Copies printed on laid paper, 

S« MiSOELLAimiS OP THE PHILOBIBLOir SoGnsTT. YoL. Y. 1858-9. 
Contents — 1. Kouveaux Documents relatifs a Jean Boi de France, 
By His Royal Highness the Duke d^Aumale. 2. L'Abbaye de Mel- 
rose et les Ouvriers Flamands. By Octave DeUpierre. 3. Dis- 
course of Witehcraft, as it was acted in the Family of Mr. Edward 
Fairfax, of Fuystone, in the County of York, in the year 1621. 
Edited from the original copy, by R, Monckton Mibies, Esq.^ M.P, 

4. John Gutenberg, the first Master Printer. From the German. 
By Octave Delepterre, 5. Les Beiges Bestaurateurs de TArt 
Musical en Europe. By Octave Del^nerre. 100 Copies printed 
on laid paper. 

6. MiSOELLAlSriES OF THE PhILOBIBLON SOCIETY. VOL. YI. 1860-1. 

Contents — 1. History of Printing ^in China and Europe. By the 
Hon Robert Curzon 2. The first Printers of Belgium and Eng- 
land. By Octave Delepierre. 3. Le Canard de la Biblioth^que d' 
Alexandre. By Octave Delepierre, 4. Notices of Libraries. By 
Beriah Botfield, Esq., M.P. 5. The Execution of Cardinal Ca- 
raffa. By Edward Cheney ^ Esq, 6. Letter of Beatrice Cenci : with 
Bemarks on her portrait by Giiido. By Edward Cheney ^ Esq. 7. 
The Prefatory Supplements to the Historic Doubts in the Life 
and Beign of Bichard III. By the Rev, Dr, Hawtrey. 8. Corre- 
spondence relating to William Penn. By the Earl qfEUesmere, 
9. Letters of the Duchess of Atholl, and Lady Catharine Stewart. 
By Sir George Grey, (Communicated), 10. Nouvelles Plaisantes 
d'un Homme grave sur quelques Far9eurs. By Octave Delepierre, 
11. Original Letters of Dr. Johnson. By Sir John Simeon, Bart, 

7, MisoELLAmms OP THE Philobiblon Society. Yol. YII. 1862-3. 
Contents — 1. Interpretation of an Impcfrtant Historical Docu- 
ment in Cypher. By Professor Wheatstone, (Communicated,) 2. 
Letters of Napoleon Buonaparte. By Edward Cheney, Esq. 3. 
Letter from Queen Marie Antoinette to the Princess de Lamballe. 
By the Rev, W, Sneyd, 4. Account of the Materials furnished for 
the use of Queen Anne Boleyn, and the Princess Elizabeth, by 
William Loke, " the King*s Mercer," between 20th Jan. 1535 (27th 
of Henry YIII.), and the 27th April, 1536. By J. B. Heathy^Esq. 

5. Extracts from Mr. Burke's Table Talk at Crewe Hall : written 
down by Mrs. Crewe. By R, Monckton Milnes, Esq., M.P, 6. In- 
formation centre IsabeUe de Limeuil (Mai-Aout 1564). By His 
Royal Highness the Duke d^Aumale. 7, Secret Letters from the 
Comte de Provence to the Marquis de Favras — Intercepted Letter 
from the Queen Marie Antoinette to the Emperor of Austria. 
By R, Monckton MilneSf Esq,, M.P, 8. Belazione della Beginadi 
Suetia. By the Rev. W. Sneyd, Addendum, byR, Monckton MUnes^ 
Esq,, M.P, 9. Free and Impartial Beflexions on the Character, 
Life and Death of Frederick, Prince of Wales. By R, Monckton^ 
J^ikteSj Esq., M.P, 10. Macaroneami. By Octave Dekgfierre^ 



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FHILOBIBLOK SOCIBTY. 85 

8. The Expedition to the Isle ov Bhe, bt Bdwabd, Tjosd 
Herbert of Cherbury : with an Introductory Notice. Lond. 
Printed by Whittingham and Wilkins. 1860. Edited and pre- 
tented by the Earl qfPo^is. 

9. Inyentaibe de Tous les Meubles dtj Oabdinal Mazjurux 
dresB^ en 1663, et public d*apr^8 1' original coneerv^ dans les 
Archives de Cond^. Avec Introduction, 1861. Edited and pre- 
sented by His Eoyal Highness the Duke d Aumale, 

10. MeMOIBES PE la Ck)UB D'ESFAaNE BOUB LA EEaNE ]>E ChASLSB 

II. 1678—1682. Par le Marquis de Villars, 1661. Portrait. 
Edited and presented by WiUiam Stirling^ Esq., M,P, 

11. The Biography aitd Bibliogbapht oe Shakesfeabb. 1863. 
Compiled and presented by Henry G. JBohnt Esq. 

BuLES op the Philobiblon Society, and List op Membebs 1854 
Belating to the Philobiblon Society. 

AlTAITSE PES TbAVATJX DE LA SOClfeT^ DES PhILOBIBLOIT DB LoN- 

dres, par Octave Delepierre. Londres. GDriibner and Co. 1862. 
8vo. Published at lOs. 6d. 

List of Members of the Philobiblon Society in 1864 

H. E. H. THE Duo d'Auicale, OBLEAi^a House, Twickenham, — 

Patron. 
Acton, Sir John, Bart., Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth. 
Bohn, Henry Or. , North End House, Twickenham. 
Cheney, Edward, 4, Audley Square ; Badger Hall, ShifiTnal, Salop. 
Grossley, James, 6, Booth Street, Piccadilly, Manchester. 
Gnrzon, Hon. Bobert, 24|, Arlington Street ; Parham Park, Steyning, 

Sussex. 
Belamere, Lord, Carlton Club, Pall Hall; Yale Boyal, Korthwich, 

Cheshire. 
Delepierre, Octave, Secretary of Legation, and Consul for Belgium, 3, 

Howley Place, Maida Hill, Hon. Sec. 
Dnfferm and Claneboye,Jjord, Du£ferin Lodge, Highgate ; Claneboye, 

Belfast. 
Eastlake, Sir Charles, P.B.A., 7, Fitzroy Square. 
Oaisford, Thomas, Offington, "Worthing. 
Heath, J. B., Consul-G-eneral of His Majesty the King of Italy, 66, 

BusseU Square. 
Higgins, Matthew James, 71, Eaton Square ; Prospect Hill Housei 

Beading. 
Holford, Bobert Stayner, M.P., Dorchester House, Park Lane : "Wes- 

tonbirt, Tetbury, Gloucestershire. 
Hope, Alexander James Beresford, Arklow House, Connaught Place ; 

Bedgbury Park, Cranbrook, Kent. 




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TWILOBTBLOV BOCIXTT. 

n, Lord. 16, tJppar Bcook SbwM; Fryiton Hall, Ttrrjbni^ 

un^ Hoit, Ste. 

«iuT, 12, SiuMi Place, Bcgent'a Park. 

I, Thomaa, 89, Paternoster Row, 

MarquU of, 86, Belgrava SqoaMi Vew Battle Abbe^, Dal- 

H.B. 

¥817 Iter. HeDij Hart, Dean of St Paul'a, DeaneiT, St. Paul's. 

Jotm, 50, Albemarle Street ; Wimbledon, Surrej. 

e, Dukeof, Clumber Park, Worktop, Notla. 

Biahop of, Cuddesdon Palace, Oiford ; Jjarington, PetWOrth. 

X ThoniBB Enkiae, 36, Eaton Place, Belgrafe Square. 

arl of, 45, Berkelej Square i PomU Caafle, Welahpool j Wal- 

ahopacastle, Salop. 

enr7, 62, Rutland Gate, Hyde Park, South. 

Eielyn Philip, M.P., National Club, Whitehall ; Houndsbill, 

ird-on-Avon. 

Sir John, Bart., 72, Eaton Place ; Sirainaton, D'ewport, lale of 

er, Walter, Denton, Wheatlej, Oifordahire. 
, Earl of, Einnaird Caatle, Brediia, N.B. 
WUliam, M.P., 12S, Park Street, GroarenOT Sqnara; Eeir, 
me, N. B. 

Ion. Thomaa Edward, Stonor Park, Henlef-oa-Thamea. 
Lord, 27, Belgrave Square ; Stoke Park, Slough, 
lobert 8., 1, Park Square, EegBufi Park. 
ffej^er. Hie Eicellencj Mong. Sjlrain, Belgian Legation, 3, 
laoT Square i New Lodge, Windaor. 

f, Ber. Hem7, D.D., Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford. 

Late Membert. 
'Ui HiOHimi FiUHCB Albsst, Patron. Devtaied. 

of Gosford, Pretident. Dtctaaed. 
3 of Hamilton and Brandon. Deaated. 

ofEUesmere, (let Earl). Decnued. 

offiUesmere. (2nd Earl). Deeeaied. 

of GiSbrd. Deceaitd. 

Dr. Haittrey, Provost of Eton. Dteeiaed. 
rumer, Esq. Dfceased. 
Ford, Esq. Deceated. 
otfield, Esq., M.P. Dfetaud. 
rej, Esq., M.P. Feiigned. 
ud Bay, Esq. Dictated. 
I Eibbert, Esq. Raigned. 
m. Charles Biohard Fox. Rttunted. 



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ETCHING CLTTB. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1888. 

1. Goldsmith's Dbsbbted Yillaob. Illustbated bt thb Etch- 
ing Club. 80 designs, 1841, imperial 8to., bl, 6s. Colombier 
folio, lOZ. 10s. India Proofs, 13^. 13s. 

2. Songs op Shakssfbabb. Illustbatbd by thb Etching Club. 
17 designs. Lond. 1843. I'olio, 1/. Is. India proofs, folio, 21. 2s. 

3. EiCHBD Thoughts. Bt thb Etching Club. 60 designs. 
Lond. 1844. Imperial 4to. 6/. 6s. India proofs, folio, 10/. lOs. 

4. Gbat's Elegy weitten in ▲ Country Chubchyabd. Illus- 
trated by the Etching Club. 28 Designs. Lond. 1847. Folio, 
2/. 2s. India proofs, SI. 13s. 6d. ' 

5. L'Allegbo, by John Milton. Illustbated by thb Etching 
Club. 31 Designs. 1849, folio, 3/. 3s. India Proofs, 6/. 68. 

6. Songs xst> Ballads of Shaeesfeabb. Illustbated by thb 

Etching Club. 33 Designs: 1852, 4to. 

The first 17 designs of this collection are a reprint of the Songs of Shakes- 
peare, described under No. 2. 

7. '* Etchings pob the Abt Union op London." By the Etch- 
ing Club. 30 Designs. 1857, folio. Not publuhed. 



WABTON CLTTB. 



INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 185i. 

1. The Adtentubes oe Fulee Fitz-Wahinb, an English Out- 
law in the Beign of King John, containing most interesting Ac- 
counts of Events in Shropshire and the borders of Wales. The 
Original Text in Anglo-Norman, with Literal Translation in Eng- 
lish, by Thomas Wright. Lond. 1855, post 8yo. 

2. Themes op Maby Queen of Scots, wbitten when she was 
only eleven years old. Edited from the Original MS. at Paris, 
by M. Ajiatole de Montaiglon. 1855, post Svo. 

3. Old English Songs and Cabols, fbom a MS. ov the Fiv- 
teenth Century. Edited by Thomas Wright. 1856, post 8to. 

4. Eably English Miscellanies, in Pbose and Ybbse, vbok 
tax inedited MS of the Fifteenth Century. Edited by J. O. Halli- 
welL 1856, post Svo. 

This Society is dlBsolved. 



laUABIAH ETCHIHO CLTTB. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON. 1B18. 
a OB THS AnnQUiHiAB- Etchibq- Club. Voii. It 1849; 
plliua, 8*. Gd. Vol, II., 1850, 4to., 67 plates 10». ToL 
■1. 4to., 71 plaUa, lOs. Vol. IV., 1852. 4to., 67 plaMfc 
>1. v., 1853. 4tO., 63 plates, 10b. 

w eontaitu a Dticriptive Index, qf Vol I., 100 Copia mtrt 
IGO Copitt ^f tacA of the oihert. 
lie Fabliratioiu of tliii Clnli tie diaonntiAiLed. 



BOEDER CLTTB. 

HBTITUTBD AT NEWCASTLE-ON-TrsB, ISST. 

>B THB FOBtUnON OS i. LiTBBABX BoCIETT, W> BI EK- 

) Border Club. MewcMtla, 1837, royal 8yo. 

nom OP TBB BoBSBB Club. Vol. L Pibi I. Nnr- 

d. royal 8to. No « 



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LITERARY, LEARNED, AND SCIENTIPIC 

SOCIETIES. 



ABEBDEEN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 

INSTITUTED 1840. 
BlTLES OP THE AbESDEEN PhILOBOFHICJlL SOCIETY AXJ> LiST 07 

the Members, with a List of the Papers communicated to the 

Society from its Institution in January, 184j0, to the close of the 

Session 1860—63, 8vo. 

This Society does not print its papers, but some of them hare been pnb- 
luhed by individual Members, among which are, 

1. CuBiosiTiES OP Ancient Abithmetic. By William Geddes, 
Professor of Greek, Aberdeen University. Aberdeen, 1858, 8vo. 

2. Mind and Body, a Discoitbse on the Physiology op thb 
Phrenetic Action of the Cerebrum. By Bobert Jamieson, M.D. 
Aberdeen, 1858, 8vo. 

8. The Eomantio Scottish Ballads and the Lady Wahplaw 

Heresy. By Norval Clyne, Adyocate. Aberdeen, 1859, 8vo. 

This paper was written as an answer to The Romantic Scottish Ballads ; 
their Epoch and Authorship, by Robert Chambers. J^nd. and Edinb. 
1869; in which the authorship of the chief part of the Scottish Ballads, 
generally considered ancieht, is attributed to Lady Wardlaw, the author- 
ess of * Hardy Knute/ 



V^^MV^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



ABEENETHIAN SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT ST, BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL, LONDOK, 1796. 

1. Tbansaotions op the Society, .Lond. 1849 — 51. 8vo. 

2. Papebs bead bepoee the Society. 1849 — 51, 8vo. 

3. Intbodvctoby Addbess at the opening Meeting op tmb 
Society, October lOth, 1861. By W. L. Savory. 1861. 8vo. 

4. Laws op thb Socist;. Lond. 1862. 8yo. 



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90 
ACTTTARIES' IK8TITVTZ 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, IBtS. 
la, SI. Jtmiii SfKirs. 
LKOB MlOAZIKB, AND JOUBHAI. OP THE I1I8TITUTB OT 

■im. Lond. C. and E. Lsjton, 1850-63, Sto. 10 Tola, and 
lud qnulerl;. Noa. 1 to 30 pob. at 2i. 6iL Mclu Ntw. 21 
Eit 2b. each 
nrnoH ahd Laws ov ths Imhcuittb. 1861, Sro. 



APRICAN ASSOCIATIOH, 

For ppunotJDg tlu DimreiT of tlw IntoHoi of ikfilt*. 
INSTITUTED IN LONDON, WB8.' 

roB or TEE AaaocuTion, (CoNTumia OoionniTCAXicnri 
tlajor ReDnell, Ledjard, Lucas, Mango Puk, Honieiiiaiiii, 
uton, ke.) LoDd. 1790, 1792, 1798, 4tt>. 3 Tola. Mi^m. 
1 Edition, Lond. 1810, 8vo. 2 vols., raapi. 

rBLg OP MCHOO PiBK WB&E TUBUBHSD XTSIIBB THB 

on and patroniige of this Society. Sm the " BibUographer'a 
il," p. 1775. 

lywai InMTponted with the BoTsl Oeognphleal Sooioty 
InlSSl. 



nTLTUKAL OlOTAL) fiOCIETT OF EV QLASD. 

BTITCTBB IN LONDON, 1 

OP IBB SOCIICT, OOXUKNCISa 1S39 

i;, 8to. 21 Tola. 

S. Pm* I. or No. ta, «u pabllahed M17, ISM. 



NOLIA CHRISTIANA SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, VM. 

'hiMilaa&KaartiwbldbyJ.a.BmillL.iaii.eiKh lefwiie. 

DI78 Cakbhehsib db IirBiBTrorioinl Pbihcipiiie, Ltbbi 

Lond. 1846. 8to. 

lOOH MOHABTEKn VM BELLO, KUVO FKUCDIC TTFIB ILUI- 

. Lond. 1846, 8to. 

E1JENST8, AD FnuEM ConicuH Tabiobuh, 1848, Sra 

S'o oUui woTka were published by Udi Ekicisty. 



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ASIHBOPOLOOICAL SOCIETT OF lOHDOlT. 

INSTITUTED 1868. 
4, Stt Martin'a Place, Tra/algar Square. 

1. AiniHBOPOLOGiOAi. Betiew Ain> JomEtNAii OP THB Ahthbopo« 
logical Society. Nos. 1 to 5. January to May, 1864. 8yo. 4b. 

each No. 

2. IlTTBODirCTIOlf TO AlTTHEOPOLOGT. Bt ThEODOBB WAITB. 
Edited from the first volume of Anthropologie der Naturvolker, 
By J. Frederick CoUingwood. Lond. 1863, 8vo. 16s. 

3. On the Phenomenji. op Htbbiditt is the Genus Houo. By 
Dr. Paul Broca. Edited by G. Carter Blake. Loud. 1864, 8to. 6ii. 



AVTiaiTABIAN SaCIETY OF LONDON. 

OsiaiKATED BY ASOHBISHOP PaBESB, IK 1672 : SBYrVED IN 1707, 

Inoosposated by chabteb, 1751. 
For the PubUcaHonB qf thu Society, see " BibUographer^t Manual," p. 53. 



ABCHJEOLOOICAL ASSOCIATION (BBITISH). 

For the Enoonragement and Prosecution of Researches into the Arts and Monm- 

ments of the Early and Middle Ages. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1843. 
82, SackvUle Street, PiecadiUy, 

1. Aboesoiooioal Joubnaii. Published por the Association, 
by Messrs. Parker. Nos. 1 to 5. March, 1844, to Jan. 1845, 8to. 

2. JouBNAii OP the Bbitish ABCHfOiioaiOAL Association. Lond. 
Longman, April, 1845, to December, 1863. 8to. 19 yols. plates 
and woodcuts. To Associates, 1/. Is. ; to the Public, 1/. lis. 6d. 
each vol. 

PubUshed quarterly, and issued gratuitously to the Associates. 

3. Collectanea AscHiBOLOoicA. Oohmunications made to the 
British Archseological Association, Part I. Lond. 1861, 4to. 9 
plates. — Part 11. Lond. 1862, 4to. 8 plates and wood cuts. 
lOs. each to Associates ; or to the Public, 158. Or the 2 Parts 
together, forming Vol. I. 1/. 28. to Associates, and 1/. 128. to the 
Public. Yol. II., Part I. 1863, 8 plates and wood-cuts, to Associ- 
ates 10s., to the Public 15s. Vol. IL, Part II., 1864, 20 plates and 
wood -cuts, to Associates lOs., to the Public, 1/. Is. A third part 
win complete Vol, IL 




AB0HflOLOOICA.L ASBOCIATIOK (bbTIIBH). 

>BT OT TBI PbOOUDDIGH IT A SpECUI: OstTEEAI. MSSTIMCI OV 
tfemben, held aC the Western Litenry Institution, March G, 
I. Bdited bj Thomu Wright. Lond. 1815, 8to. 

KB TO TBI YeB? HBT. JoeSFE MSBBWBTBIB, D.D., DT KXPLT 

IS publication of his CorrespoadeDoe reUtiTe to ths Afliiin of 
Jritish Archieological AaeooiAlJon. By Thomaa Joieph Petti- 
. hoad. 184fi, 8to. 

SK WtvcocaTRB Covosma. Ldhi). 1816, Bto. 
»■, IJ. la I to the Public, U lOs. 

tUCTIOITH OB THE OU>C0B8TBB ColtOBBBB. LOKD. 184S, 8T0. 

.awtcUtei, If. 1b. ; to the Public, 1/. 10b. 

LOGUE 07 THE MuBETTU OF AsTIQUlTllEtf EXHIBITED TV TSM 

'a Sohool, Chester, at the Siith Annual Meeting of the Abso- 
in. Loud. 1819, 8to. 

[ TO LiTEBPOOI. SITBINa THE XUSTEB CoSSaWa, 1S49. 

fpool, 1819, 8to. 

EB TO TBX AbSOOUTIOS OV TEX COHDTTCT OV TES BxT. 

lUB Hugo, by T. J. Pettigrew, TrcMurer. 1865. 8to. 

SOLOQS OB BBBEBHIBB ; TBI ItTTBODrOTOBT ASDBBBfl IT 

(ewbury Congrms, b; the Earl of Caminon, PrMident. Lond. 
, 12n]o. Seoond edition, 1660, ISido. 

IBC OONOEBHIKa TBK DeITH Or AmY BoBBAKT, SIIITXIUED 

B Nevbury Congrese, by T. J. Pettigrew. Lond. 1859, 8to. 

PSHIEI, ITS EiaTOBI- AND AKTIQITITtBg, AK AllDBiaB AC 
jhrewBhury Congresa, by Berioh BotSeld, M.P., Pieaideot 
1. 1860, Ito. CDgraTingB. 

z on TSB MmixTAL HiaTOBZ IKS Ahtiquttekb of Cabtix 
ngtoD, delirered at the LBiceater CougresB, by Wilson Pea- 
LL.D. Leicester, 1862, 8to. 

>IB OF TsOtUB C&ABD, D.D., J-iMT AbBOTOF FOKD ABBBT, 

, H. Fring. deliTcred at the Exeter Oongress, 186L Fab- 

1 with additions. Lond. 1863, 8to. 

m OF THE FbOOEEDDISS OF THE AbBOOUTIOII AT THB OuTIB- 
Conmas in 1846, and Bt Worcester in 18 " -- - - 

L. J, Dunlin, but not aulhoriied by the A 



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ASCHiEOLOOICAL INSTITITTE OF GBEAT 
BEITAIN AHD lEELAND. ' 

Fw the Eneonragement and Prosecution of Researches into the Arts and Mom- 

ments of the Early and Middle Ages. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1843, 
' 1, Burlington Qardena, 

The publications, except where otherwise described^ are printed in 8eo. 

1. The Abch^ologhcal Jotjenal, pttblished xtkdeb the dibeo- 
tion of the Central Committee. Vols. I. to XX. — 1845 to 1868. 
Tola. I. — y.y 21. 12b. 6d. ; each of the succeediug yolumes, \L lOe. 

The first five volumes of this quarterly record of historical and antiquarian 
information were published for the Society by Mr. J. H. Parker, and printed 
at Oxford ; the materials being supplied under direction of the Committee, 
and including communioatlons made at the meetings of the Society, &c. At 
the close of the fifth volume, in December, 1848y Mr. Parker tendered his wish 
to relinquish the undertaking. The subsequent volumes were printed in 
'Idondon at the charge of the Society, in quarterly numbers issued to sub- 
scribing members, previously entitled only to receive gratuitously the vo- 
lumes of Transactions at the Annual Meetings. A detailed Table of the first 
five volumes, with a List of the Illustrations arranged in the order of sub- 
jects, was published by Mr. Parker in 1849, forming a very useful accompar 
niment to the earlier portion of the series. 

2. PsOCEEDIKaS OP THE AsOH^OLO&ICAIi INSTITUTE AT THE MONTHXT 

Meetings. Printed for distribution to Subscribing Members ; 
November, 1847, to December, 1848. The Proceedings were sub- 
sequently reported very fully in the Archfieologioal Journal, und^r 
the editorial care of the late Mr. T. Hudson Turner. 

3. Peoceedings AT THE Annfai Meettno- at Winchester, Septem- 
ber, 1845, with a report of the Meeting and account of Antiquities, 
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EIGHTH TBAB (1856). 1. Vnw ov ths Intkriob of thb Asesa 
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TWELFTH TEAR (1860). 1. Two Wood En&batiwos nr ooKCiir. 
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2. Illustbated Title Page and List of tbte Sebies op Wood En- 
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3. Cheomolithooeaph op the Feesco by Ghibiandaio, in the 
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FOITRTEENTH: year (I862). 1. "Saint Stephen Distbibutin4 
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fore his Martyrdom," a Copperplate, from the Frescoes of Fra 
Angelico. M. 10s. ; N. M. 15b. 

2. " SS. Peteb and Paul baisin& the King's Son," and " The 
Homage to St. Peter," a Chromolithograph on the scale and in 
exact imitation of the original Fresco. M. 15s. ; N. M. 1/. Is* 

8. Head pbom the same Fbesco on the scale op the OmaiSAiu 
M. 5b. ; N. M. 7s. 6d. 

4 **8S. Peteb and John HEAUNa the Sick bt thbib Shadows/' 
and " SS. Peter and John giving Alms," from Frescoes by Masaccio 
in the Church of the Carmine at Florence. Mounted on one sheet. 
M. 128. ; N. M. 16s. 




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6. Head ifBOic " SS. Pbteb and John oiriNa Alms/' on the scalii 
and in exact imitation of the Original Fresco. M. 5s. ; N. M. 
7s. 6d. 

SIXTEENTH YEAR (1864.) 1. A Line Enoeavino, by Fbofessob 
G-runer, of " The Conversion of Saul," from the tapestry in the 
Vatican, designed by Bafiaelle, M. 16s. ; N. M. 1/. Is. 

2. A Line Enoeavino, by Mb. Stoelzel, oe " S. John," in oon- 
tiuuation of the series from the Frescoes by Fra Angelico, in the 
chapel of Nicholas Y. in the Yatican. M. 58. ; N. M. 7s. 6d. 

8* A CHBOMOLITHOaRAFH, BY MeSSBS. StOBCH AlTD "KKATtfEH, OV 

*' The Presentation in the Temple," from a Fresco by Luini, at 
Saronno, M. 16s. ; N. M. 1/. Is. 

4. A Chbomouthogbafh ov a Head ebom the same Fbbsco, on 
the scale and in exact imitation of the original. M. 58. ; N. M. 
78. 6d. 

SEYENTEENTH YEAR (1865) (In preparation.) 1. A linb En- 
graving, by Mr. Schafier, of " S. Sixtus giving money to S. Law- 
rence for Alms," in continuation of the series from the Frescoes by 
Fra Angelico, in the Chapel of Nicholas Y. in the Yatican. 

5. Five Chbomolithogbaphs, by Mb. C. Schultz, pbom thb 
tryptych painted by Memling, in the Hospital of S. John at 
Bruges, representing the following subjects : — 

The Adoration of the Magi ; The Nativity and the Presentation in 
the Temple (2 on one sheet) ; S. John the Baptist and S. Yeronica ; 
(2 on one sheet.) 

- The following Works contained in the above List are now sold tfi a 
combined form^ at the Prices affixed : — 

1. The Lives of the Yibgin and Oub Lobd. A sebies op 38 

subjects from the frescoes by Giotto, in the Arena Chapel, Padua. 
In one YoL, M. 42. 4s ; N. M. 5/. 5s. or each print separately, 
M. 2s. 6d. ; N. M. 3s. 6d. 

2. Giotto and His Wobks in Padtta. By John Buskin. In 
8 Parts, M. 10s. : N. M. 15s. 

Occasional Fablications of the Society. 
Chromolithographs. 

1. Giotto. Pobtbait op Dante. Fbom a Fbesoo in the Bab- 
GELLO AT Flobbnoe, M. 7s. 6d. ; N. M. lOs. 6d. 

2. Fba Angelico. The Annunciation. Fbom a Fbesco in thb 
Convent of S. Mark at Florence, M. 10s. : N. M. 12s. 6d. 

3. Benozzo Gozzoli. — " S, Attgustinb Lecti7ein& on Bhbtobio." 
From a Fresco at S. Gimignano, M. 1/. 4s. ; N. M. 1/. lOs. 

4. Andbea Mantegna. — "The Conyeesion of HEBMoaENEs.*' 
From a Fresco in the Church of the Eremitani at Padoai M. 15s. ; 
N.M. U 



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5. PnrruEicoHio. — "The Annunciation." Fbom a Fbesco in thb 
Cathedral at Spello, M. I63. ; N. M. 1/. Is. 

6. Francesco Fb ancia. — " The Mabriage op S. Cecilia." Fbom 
a Fresco in the Church of S. Cecilia at Bologna, M. 168. N. M. 
1/. Is. 

7. Feancesco Fbancia. — "The Biteial op S. Cecilia." Fbom a 
Fresco in the Church of S. Cecilia at Bologna, M. 16s. ; N. M. 
1/. Is. 

8. LiriNi. — "Chbist Among The Doctobs." Fbom a Fbesco at 
Saronno, M. 1/. Is. ; N. M. 1/. 6s. 

9. Andbea del Sabto — "The Madonna del Sacco." Fbom a 
Fresco in the Cloister of the AnnuQziata at Florence, M. 12s. ; 
N. M. 15s. 

10. Thbee Capital Lettebs, ooloiteed in pac-simile, pbom the 
Choral Books of St. Mark, at Florence, and the Piccolomini 
Library, Siena— The letter C. M. 10s. 5 N. M. 128. 6d. The letter 
F (supposed to be designed by Fra AngeUco) M. 78. 6d. ; N. M. 
10s. The letter L, M. 7s. 6d. ; N. M. 10s. 

Engravings. 

1 An Alphabet op Capital Lettebs, pbom the Chobal Books 
of S. Mark's and the Daomo, at Florence, and the Piccolomini 
Library, Siena, with the letter F, coloured in fac-simile, in one 
volume, M. 1/. 10s. ; N. M. 21. The same, half-bound in morocco, 
M. 2/. ; N. M. 21. 10s. Each letter separately (on paper fit- for 
colouring) M. Is. 6d. ; N. M. 2s. 

2. Outlines op thbee heads, tbaced pbom Pinttbicchio's pbebco 
of " The Annunciation," at Spello, M. 6s. ; N. M. 7s. 6d. Each 
head separately, M. 2s. ; N. M. 3s. 

Fhotograplii. 

Tintobetto. — "Chbist bepobe Pilate," and "Chbist beabino 
the Cross.** From two paintings in the Scuola di San Bocco, 
Venice ; with Mr. Buskin's description, and a wrapper, each, 
M. 58. J N. M. 7s. 6d. 



ASHMOLEAir SOGIETT 

See Berkshire ABhrnolean Society, and Oxford Ashm. Soe. 



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ASIATIC SOCIETT (BOTAL) OP OBEAT BBTTAIH AID 

IKELARD, 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1823. INCORPORATED, 1884. 
6f New Burlington Street. W. 

1. Tbansactionb op the Societt. Lond. 1824—84, 4to. 3 vols, 
plates. See " Bibliograplier's Manual," p. 81. 

2. JoUBNAIi OP THE BOYAIi AfilATIO SOCIETY OP GbEAT BsITAIK 

and Ireland. Lond. 1836 to 1864, 8yo. 20 vols, plates. Pub- 
lished in Quarterly parts. Kew Series, vol. I., Lond. Trabner and 
Co., 1864, 870. 

3. Fboceedinos op the 20th akd 21st Meetxkos op xhx Socxbtt, 
1843--44, 8fo. 

4. List op Membebs. Lond. 1827, 4to. 

6. Begitlations op the Sooiety. Lond. 1823| 4to. Second Edi- • 
tion, 1827, 4to. 

6. Catalooue op the Chinese Libbaby op the Boyaii Abiatio 
Society By the Bev. Samuel Elidd. Lond. 1838, Svo. 

7. Debidebata and Inquibies connected WITH the Fbssiden- 
cies of Madras and Bombay, n. d. 4to. 



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ASTEONOHICAL SOCIETT, (BOTAL). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON. 1820. INCORPORATED 1831. 

Somertet Eotite. 

1. Befobt op the Council to the Fibst Annvaii Gensbajj 
Meeting of the Society. Lond. 1821, 8to. 

2. Chabteb and Bye-Laws op the Society. Lond. 1831, 12mo. 

8. Memoibs op the Astbonomical Society. Loitd. 1821 — 1864 » 
royal 4to. 82 vols, plates. 

4. Monthly Notices op the Astbonohical Society coNTAnmra 
Abstracts of Papers and Reports of the Proceedings. Lond. 
1827, to June, 1864, Syo. 23 Vols, and 8 Nos. 



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BATH AND WEST OF EBGLAin) SOCIETT. 

For the Encoungement of Agricnltare, Arts, Manufactures, and Commeroe. 

INSTITUTED 1777. 
1. LeTTEBS and PaFEBS on AaBICULTITBE, PLANTINa, &C., 8E- 

lected from the Correspondence of the Society. Bath, 1792 — 1816, 
8vo. 14 vols. 

a. JOTTBNAL OP THE BaTH AND WeST OP EVOLAND SOCIETY, NeW 

Series. Bath, and 169, Piccadilly, London, 1852—63, 8fo. 11 yols. 



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BEDFOSDSHIBE ARCHiEOLOaiGAL AKD ABCHITE& 

TUEAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1847. 

1. NoTEfl oj THB Society. Koa. 1 to 12, 1848-1863, 8vo. 

2. BSPOBTS AKD FaFEBS, (PUBLISHED VX Ck>]fJUKCTION WITH THB 

Northampton, York and Lincoln Societies). 1860-63, Sto. 14 vols. 



BELFAST LITEAABY SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1801. 
No publications. 



BELFAST HATVRAL HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHICAL 

SOCIETY. 

ESTABLISHED 1831. 
No publications* 



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BEEESHIBE ASHMOLEAH SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED AT READING, 1840. 
The books are published in small quarto, 

1. ObiGIKAL LeTTEBS, ETC., BELATnrO TO THB BeIHSVACTIOKS OV 

Archbishop Laud to the county of Berks. Edited By J. Bruce. 
1841. 

2. The TJitton Iitventobies BEi^Tnra to Wadley aetd Fabbing* 
doD, in 1696 and 1620. Edited with a Memoir of the Family of 
Unton, by John Gbugh Nichols. 1841. 

8. Chboniole oe the Monasteby op Abingdok. 1218 — 1304. 
•Edited by J. O. HalliwelL Beading, 1844. 



BEBWICESHIBE N ATTTBALIST'S CLTTB. 

INSTITUTED 1881. 
PBOOEEDIirGS EirriTLED, HiSTOBY OE THE BeBWICESHIBB Na- 

turalists' Club. 1834-63, 8to. 4 vols. — namely, Vol. 1, Edinburgh, 
1834 Vol. 2, Berwick, 1849. VoL 3, Lond. 1867. Vol. 4^ 
Ahiwick, 1863. VoL 6, part i. 1863. 




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BIBKIKGHAM FHUOSOPHIGAL DrSTITIITIOI. 

INSTITUTED 1830. 

BefOBTS of THB CoMMITTEB of THB IVBTXTUnOlfr ; TO WHICH 
are appended occasional Extracts from Papers read to the Society 
and tabular Meteorological Observations. Birmingham, 1831— 
1842, 8vo. 



^i i— i^nr"^'^^'^^-"-*i-*"^"- i — "•■^ ■ "M-ir' 



BiEMiireHAM nrsTiruTioif of hechahicai 

EirOIKEERS. 

INSTITUTED 1847. 
Seeretarjf, Mr, P. W. MarshaU, 81, New Sail Street. 

s 

PBOOBXDnras of the Inbtitttiok. Bjbmis&sam^ 1847—68', 
8yo, 82 parts. With Lithographic Illustrations. 



BOEDER MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

instituted at kelso, 1888. 

Pbooeedings of the Bobdee Medical Socxety. Kelso, 1838, 8yo. 



BOTANICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. 

INSTITUTED 1836. 

LoifDON Catalogue of Bbitish Plaitts. Thibd EDinoir. 
Lond. 1850, 8yo. 

This Society is dissolvecU, 



BOTANICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (BOYAL). 

INCORPORATED 1889. 
Inner Circle, B^.genfa Park, 

1. Aknual Bepobt of the Cotjncil to the Fellows of the 
Society from August 30th, 1840, to August 10th, 1863, 8vo. 

2. Papeb on the Destructive Powees of the Solitus Des- 
tructor and the Larva of the Cossus Ligniperda, with a certain 
Method for their BemoTal. By Charles J. Cox, M.D. Bead before 
the Society, August 10th, 1848, 4to. 



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BEISTOL PHILOSOPHICAL AND LITEEAET SOGIETT 

INSTITUTED 1823. 
Fint known as the " Bristol Institution/' piojeeted in 180O. 

No pubUcatiofu, 

BEISTOL ATHENJEXJM. 

INSTITUTED 1844. 
No publications, 

BEISTOL FINE AETS ACADEMT. 

For the promotion of Fainting, Sculpture, aud Architecture. 
INSTITUTED 1844. 

No publications. 

BEISTOL MICEOSGOPICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1843. 
No publications. 

BEISTOL HATTJEALIST SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1862. 
No publications. 

BBISTOX^ AND WEST OF ENGLAND AECHITECTTJEAL 

AND HEEALDIC SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1836. 
To promote the Study of English Gothic Architecture. 

1. AsvjJAL Repobts, 1838 to 1850. 8vo. 

2. Papees on Chuech Bells. By the Rev. H. T. Ellacombe, 
with Ulustrations (contamed in the Reports). 8to. 

3. Notes, Histoeical and Aechiteotxteal, on the Chuech op St. 
John the Evangelist, Slymbridge, Gloucestershire. By the Rev. 
£. J. Carter, Hon. Seo. of the Society. 1845, 8vo. 78. 6d. 

4. HiSTOBT op the Calendabs op Al Hallowen, Bbystowe. 
By the Rev. H. Rogers, Vicar of the Parish. 8vo. 

BEISTOL SOCIETY OF AECHITECTS. 

INSTITUTED 1850. 
No publications. 




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BBinSH ASBOCIATIOir FOE THE ADiVASi 

OF SCIEirCK 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1881. 
London Office, 6, Queen Street Place, Upper Thames Street, 
The Reports are all in 8vo. and sold by Mr, Murray, Albemarle Street. 

1. Bepobt ov thb Fibst mcd Secostd Meetikgs ov thb SocnnT, 
viz. at York in 1831, and at Oxford in 1832. 13b. 6d. 

2. Bepobt oe the Thibd HEBmra, (Cakbbid&b). 1833, 12s. 

3. FouBTH MEETiira, (Bdinbubgh). 1834, ISs, 

4. Fifth Mbetin&, (Dublin). 1835, 138. 6d. 

5. Sixth Meeting, (Bbistol). 1836, 128. 

6. Seventh Meeting, (Litebpool). 1837, 16b. 6d. 

7. Eighth Meeting, (Newcastle). 1838, ISs. 

8. Ninth Meeting, (Bibmingham). 1839, 138. 6d. 

9. Tenth Meeting, (Glasgow). 1840, ISs. 

10. Eleventh Meeting, (Plymouth). 1841, 13b. 6d. 

11, ■ Twelfth Meeting, (Manchestee). 1842. 
10s. 6d. 

12. ' Thibteenth Meeting, (Cobk). 1843, 128. 

13. FOUBTEENTH MeETI^TG, (YoBK). 1844, 1/. 

14. Fifteenth Meeting, (Cambbidge). 1845, 128. 

15. ■ Sixteenth Meeting, (Southampton). 1846. 

158. ' 

16. ■ Seventeenth Meeting, (Oxfobd). 1847, 18s. 

17. Eighteenth Meeting, (Swansea). 1848,98. 

18. __ Nineteenth Meeting, (Bibmingham). 1849^ 

lOs. 

19. Twentieth Meeting, (Edinbubgh). 1860, ISs. 

20. — — Twenty - fibst Meeting, (Ipswich). 1851, 

16s. 6d. 

21. . Twenty-second Meeting, (Belfast). 1852, 

158. 
22. TWENTY-THIBD MEETING, (HuLL), 1853, lOs. 6d. 

23. . TWENTY-FOUBTH MEETING, (LiVEBPOOL). 1854. 

188. ^ ^ 

24. ■ ■ Twenty-fifth Meeting, (Glasgow), 1865, 

15f. 



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BBITISH ASS0CIATI017 OP SOIEITCI. Ill 

25. BbPOST 07 THB TWSNTT-BIXTH MEBTIirai (CHELTENHAM). 186(), 

18s. 
26. TwEifTT-BEVENTH Mbbtino, (Dttblin). 1857, 

158. 
27. TWBNTT-EIOHTH IdEETIlTO, (LeeSS). 1858, 1/. 

28. ^ Twenty-ninth Meeting, (Abeedben). 1859, 

15s. 

29. Thibtibth MEETiNa, (Oxpoed). 1860, 168. 

30 Thebtt-eiest Meeting, (Manchestee). 1861, 

31. Thiett-seoonij Meeting, (Cambbtdge). 1862,1/. 

32. Thiett-thied Meeting, (Newcastle). 1863. 

33. Lithogbaph Signatijbes of the Membebs who het at Cam- 
bridge, June, 1833. With a Beport of the Proceedings of the 
PubUc Meeting, and an Alphabetical List of the Members. Camb. 
1833, 4to. 

34. Beoomhendations eob the Adtancehent op Science, Lond. , 

n. d., 8yo. 

35. Notices oe Cohhunications to the Bbitish Association at 
Dublin in 1885. Lond. 1886, 8vo. 

36. Letteb to Lobd JFbancis Egebton, Pbesident oe the 
British Association, containing Observations on Statements made 
by its Officers in the yolume of Transactions published in April, 
1842. B7 Alexander Nasmyth. Lond. 1842, 8yo. 

37. Catalogue op Stabs, containing the hean bight Ascensions 
and 'North Polar distances of 8377 Fixed Stars. By Francis 
Baily. Lond. 1845, 4to. 

38. Lalande's Catalogtte op Stabs, in the Histoibb CfeLESXE 
Fran9oi8e. Beduced under the superintendence of the late Francis 
Baily. Lond. 1847, 8vo. 

39. The Abbe de Lacaillb's Catalogtte op 9,766 Stabs in the 
Southern Hemisphere. Beduced imder the Superintendence of 
the late Professor Henderson, with a Preface by Sir J. F. W. Her- 
scheL Lond. 1847, 870. 

40. Speech beliyebed at Swansea, at the Annual Meeting held 
there, August 11th, 1848. On the Mineral Productions of South 
Wales. By T. W. Booker. Lond. (Cardiflf), 1848, 8to. 

4L Thbee Maps op the Xsothebmal Lines op the Globes. By 
H. W. Dove. Lond. 1849, 8\ro. in a case, new edition, 1853. 




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BTTCEnrGHAMSHIBE AECHITECTUEAL AND ARCHJR^ 

OLOGIGAL SOCIETY. 

ESTABLISUEO AT AYLESBURY, 1647. 

ReCOBDS of BTTCKlNaHAMSHIBE. AylesBUBT, J. PlCEBUSir, 
1854-64, 8vo. 2 vols., and 2 parts of Vol. 3. Out of print, 
Pablished twice a year ; to Members gratis, Mon-Member&^ 2b. 



CALEDONIAN HOETICXTLTUEAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT EDINBURGH, 1811. 

1. MekoibS op the Society. Edinb. 1814— 29, Syo. 4 vols, plates. 

2. The Pbizes fob 1820. Edinb. 1819, 8vo. 

3. List ov the Membebs of the Society. EDnni. 1820, 8to. 

4. Notice to the Membebs (on the establishment qf a garden). 
Edinb. 1820, 8vo. 

CALVIN TEANSLATION SOCIETT 

instituted at EDINBURGH, 1843. 

The Books are all in 800., and sold by T, and T. Clari, Edinburgh, at 

Qs. each volume. 

1. COMMENTABY ON THE ROMANS. ThE VeBSION BY C. BOSDELL, 

1583, edited by Henry Beveridge. Edinb. 1843 

2. Tracts on the Refobmation. Tbanslated by Henby Beve- 
ridge. 1843—61, 3 vols. 

3. Commentaey on the Acts of the Apostles. The Vebsion 
by Chr. Featherstone, 1585. Edited by Henry Beveridge. Edinb. 
1843, 2 vols. 

4. Institutes of the Chbistian Religion. Tbansiated by 
Henry Beveridge. 1844 — 46, 3 vols. (Out of print). 

5. Habmony of the Synoptical Evangelists. Tbanslated by 
the Rev. Wm. Pringle. 1844—55, 3 vols. 

6. Commentaby on the Psalms. Tbanslated by the Ret. 
James Anderson. 1844 — 49, 5 vols. 

7. Commentaby on the Twelve minob Peophets. Tbanslated 
by the Rev. John Owen. 1845 — 49, 5 vols. 

8. Commentaby on the Gospel of St. John. Tbanslated by 
the Rev. Wm. Pringle. 1846—47, 2 vols. 

9. Commentaby on Genesis. Tbanslated by the Ret. John 
King. 1847—50, 2 vols. 

10. Commentaby on the Epistles to the Cobinthians. Tbans- 
lated by the Rev. John Pringle. 1848—49, 2 vols. 




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11. ComCBNTABY ON EzEKIXL. TbAITBLATEI) BY THE SeY. ThOKAB 
Myerg. 1849—60, 2 yob. 

12. COMICENTABY ON EOMANS. NeW TbAKSLATION BY THE BeY. 

John Owen. 1849. 

13. COMMENTABY ON ISAIAH. TbANSLATED BY THE Bey. WlC. 

Pringle. 1850-53, 4 vols. 

14 COMMENTABY ON JE&EMIAH AND LaMENTATIONB. TbANSLATED 

by the Rev. John Owen. 1850 — 56, 6 vola. 

15. COMMENTAEY ON St. PaUL'S EpISTLES TO THE PhILIPPIANS, 

Golossians and Thessalonians. Translated by the Key. John 
Pringle. 1851. 

16. CoMMENTABY ON THE HaEMONY OP THE LlST FoXJB BoOKS OP 

the Pentateuch, Translated by the Bey. C. W. Bingham. 1852 
—55, 4 yols. 

17. COMMENTABY ON THE PbOPHECIES OP DaNIEL. TbANSLATED BY 

the Eev. Thomas Myers. 1852—53, 2 yols. 

18. CoifMENTABY ON THE EpISTLE TO THE HeBBEWS. TbaNSLATED 

by the Rey. John Owen. 1853. 

19. Ck)Ml£ENTABY ON THE EpISTLES TO THE G^ALATIANS AND EPHB- 

sians. Translated by the Bey. Wm. Pringle. 1854. 

20. COIOCENTABY ON JOSHUA. TBANSLATED BY HeNBY BeYEBIDGE. 

1854. 

21. COMMENTABY ON THE EpISTLES TO TiMOTHY, TiTFS, AND PhILE- 

mon. Translated by the Bev. John Pringle. 1855. 

22. COMMENTABY ON THE CaTHOLIO EpISTLES OP PeTEB, JoHN, JaMES, 

and Jude. Translated by the Bey. John Owen. 1855. 

%* The undertakixigs of this Society were completed by the publica- 
tion of the 62 Yolnmee described. 



GAKBEIAN AECKSOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. 

INSTITUTED 1848. 

1. ABOHJBOLoaiA Cambeensis, a Becoed op the Antiquities, &o., 
of Wales and its Marches ; the Journal of the Cambrian ArchsDO- 
logical Association. First Series, B. Mason, Tenby, 1846—49, 
8yo. 4 yols. 21. 5s. Second Series. 1850—54, 8yo. 6 yols. 3/. 3s. 
Also a Supplemental yolume in 1851. Third Series, Lond. J. B. 
Smith, 1855—1863, 8yo. 9 yols. 1/. 5s. each yoL Continued in 
Quarterly Parts. 

2. Eepobis op the MEETTNoe op thb Association held at 
Tenby, 1851; Ludlow, 1852; Bi^oon, 1853; Buthen, 1854; 
8yo. Is. each. 

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8. TuEWB ov TSB AimQirmES of Wauss akd the I^Iaboebb, 
with some in Cornwall and Britanny, extracted from the Archieo- 
logia Oambrensis. 1862, 8to. 78. 6d. 

4 Gesta Begitk Bbitaitkub. A Metrical Histobt ot thi 
Britone of the Xlllth Century, now first printed from three 
ManuBcripts. By Francisqae Michel. 1862, 8to. 7s. 6d. 

5. Baboeia de Kemeys, eboic the OBiaoTAL doctjmentb at 
Bronwydd. 1863, 8vo. 28. 6d. 



CAMBEIAH IHSTITTITK 

INSTITUTED AT 1858. 

1. Oahbbian Joitbval, Illustbative op the Histobt, Topoobi- 
phy, and Literature of Wales, published by the Cambrian Insti- 
tute. Tenby, 1854—63, 8vo. 10 vols. Pub. at 10s. each vol. 

2. Histobt op Wales. Fibst Series. Teaditionabt Aiwam 
of the Cyrary, by the Rev. John WilUams ab ItheL Eeprinted 
from the Cambrian JournaL Tenby, 8vo. 10s. 

3. The Lipe op the Rev. John Williams ab Ithel. Rb- 
printed from the Cambrian JournaL Tenby, 8vo. lOs. 

4. Abtoient Welsh Music. Twentt Aibs pbom a Collection at 
Llanover. Reprinted from the Cambrian Journal. Tenby, royal 
8vo, 8s. 

Prince Lucien Bonaparte is President of this Institute. 



CAMBRIAN (METEOFOLITAX) IITSTITTJTE. 

See CTUMBODORIOK. 



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CAMBEIDGE ANTiaUAEIAN SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1840. 

1. Catalogue op the Obiginal Libbabt op St. Catharine's 
HaU. By Rev. Professor Corrie. 1840, 4to.' Is. 6d. 

2. Abbreviata Cronica, 1377 — 1469. Edited bt Ret. J. J. Smith, 
1840. 4to. 1840, facsimile, 2a. 6d. 

3. Account op the Consecration op Archbishop Parker. Edited 
by Rev. J. G-oodwin. 1841, 4to. facsimile, 3s. 6d. 

4 & 5. Application op Heraldrt to Collegiate Antiquities. 
By H, A. Woodham. 1841. 2 parts, 4to. plate of Arms, 9s. 6d. 



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6 ft 7. Desobiftiyb CATALoars ov MSS. Ain> Soasoe Books in thb 
Librarj of St. John's College, Cambridge. By BeT. M. Cowie, 
1843^1846. 2 parts, 4to. 9s. 

8. DsscBiPTioir ov thb Sextbt Babn at Elt. By Fbovsssob 
WilHfl, 1843. 4to. 4 plates, 3s. 

9. ABCHITECmtAIi NOHXNOLATUBE OP THB MiDDLB AGBS. BT 

Professor Willis. 1844, 4to. 3 plates, 7s. 

10. Roman Bemains, &o., at Sheetobd, Bedfobdbhibb. By Sib 
H. Dryden. 1845, 4to. 3 plates, 6s. 6d. 

11. Sfecqcenb ob CoLLEdB FiATE. By Bey. J. J. Smith. 1845, 4to. 
13 plates, 15s. 

12. BoHAN Bbitish Behainb : on the Matbbials of two Seful- 
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To ouKfyaCe « taste for the Language and A.nt{qnittes of Wales. 
INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1761, SUSPENDED 1773, REVIVED 1880. 

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1755, 4to. pp. 51. Containing a List of 112 Members. 12 Cor- 
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quainted with the British language to Livings in Wales. Pub- 
lished by the Cymmrodorion Society. Lond. 1773, 4to. pp. 63. 

4. Tbansaotions oe the Institution. Yols. I. and II. (in 4 parts). 
Lond. 1822, 1828, 1843, 8vo. 2 vols. 

6. GwAiTH Lewis Gltn Cothi ; the Poetical Wobks op Lewis 
G-lyn Cothi, who flourished in the reigns of Henry VI., Edward 
rV., and Henry VII. With an Introductory Sketch of the Wars 
between the Rival Boses. Edited by the Bev. John Jones and the 
Bev. Walter Dayies. Printed for the Cymmrodorion, or Boyal 
Cambrian Institution. Oxford, 1837, Svo. pp. xzzviii and 613. , 

The FublicationB of this Institation are disoontiiiTied. 



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1. Abstbaots, Papebs and Tbansactions op thb Dbcobatitb Abt 
Society. Lond. J. W. Calder, 199, Oxford Street, 1847, 4to. plates. 

2. A Pa]^eb on Design. Lond. 1845, 4to. 

8. A Papeb on Eijzabbthan Aeohitectubb, 2nd Editxoxt. Lokd. 
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INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1734. 
At the Royal Instittttiofty Albemarle Street. 

1. iGKiks Antiquities. By the Societt oi DxLETTAinT. 
Lond. 1769, 1797, 1840, imp. folio, 3 vols. 

2. Specimens oe Antient Sculptuee, Egyptian, Etbusoait, 
Greek and Boman : selected from different CollectionB in Great 
Britain, with deflcriptions by B. Payne Knight. Lond. 1809» 
1835, imp. folio, 2 toIs. 

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by the Dilettanti Society. Lond. 1817, imp. folio, plates, 6^ 5s. 
ym particoUrs of th« aboTe three Works tee** Bibliograplier's Hanoal," pp. 646-7. 

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Chevalier Brdnsted. Lond. 1836, folio, plates. 

5. iHVESTiaATIOK OP THE PRINCIPLES OP ATHENIAN AbCHITECTUBB, 

by F. C. Penrose. Lond. Murray, 1851, folio, plates, 5/. 58. 

6. The Tempxes op JSgina and Bass^, descbibed bt Chabxeb 
Bobert Gockerell, Member of the Dilettanti Society. Lond. Mur- 
ray, 1860, folio, plates, 5/. 5b. 

7. Histobical Notices op the Dilettanti Society. Pbihteb 
for Private Circulation only. Lond. by J. Bowyer Nichols and 
Sons, 1855, royal 4to. 

70 copies of this work were pnrehased by the Society to whom it is dedicated. 

DTTBLIN GEOLOGICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1832. 

Altnred to fhe Boyal Geological Boeiety of Ireland in April, 1864. 

JoiniNAL OP THE SOCIETY. DuBLiN, 1834-64, 8vo. 10 vols. 
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DUBLIN UNIVEKSITY PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1843. 
TBAFBACnOirS OP THE SOCIETY. DUBLIN, 1843—64, BtO. 6 TOlfl. 

DUBLIN NATTJEAL HISTOET SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1838. 

Pboceedings op the Society. Vol. 1. 1849 — 65. Dublin, 1860, 
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tions, the last 1854, 8vo. 

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the Trade and Manufacture of Ireland. January 4th, 1736, to 
April 4th, 1738. Dublin, 1763, 12mo. 

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6. Collectanea db Bebus Hibebnicis. (Pafebs contbibttted bt 
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But see Vallancey, "Bibliographer's Manual/* p. 2749. 

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Dublin, 1800—10, 8vo. 6 vols, in 8. 

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Planting, and the Fine Arts. Dublin, 1802, 8vo. 

8. Catalogue of the Plants, &c., in the Dublin Socibty's 
Botanic Ghirden at Gf^lasnevin. Dublin, 1802, 8vo. 

9. Catalogue of the Libbaby of the Boyal Dublin Sootbty, 
1731 to 1858. Dublin, 1860, 8vo. And Annual Catalogue from 
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Gaelic Language, with several Tracts in the Original Q-aelic or 
Irish, literally translated into English, with Notes, some Poetrj 
ascribed to Oisin, &c. DubUn, printed by John JBarlow for thd 
Society. 1808, Syo. 



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INSTITUTED 1842. 
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BUBLET AHD MIDLAND GEOLOGICAL AND SCIEN- 
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INSTITUTED 1860. 
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ECCLESIASTICAL BISTORT SOCIETT. 

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1. Op THE Ohttbch. Fiye Books. By Bichabd Field, D.D., 
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1848-54, 4 yols. 

8. W00D*8 ATHENiE OXONIENSES, EDITED BY Db. PhUJP BuSg, 

Vol. I. (containing only the Life of Anthony Wood). 1848. 

1 EOCLESIA BeSTAITBATA, OB HiSTOBY OP THE BePOBHATION. BY 

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CAMDEN SOCIETY. 

For the Study and Preservation of Ecclesiastical Antiquities. 

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4. Pbospectus op "The Illustbations op Monumentai Bbasses," 
to be published by the Cambridge Camden Society. Camb. n. d. 
4to. Out of print, 

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6. Hand-book op English Ecclesiolooy. A companion pob 
Church Tourists. Lond. 1848, 18mo. 58. 

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Description of Churches. Third edition. Camb. 1840, 4to. Fourth 
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EDUTBUEGH BOTANICAL SOGIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1886. 

1. Tbansactions op the Botanical Society. Edinbubgh, 1844- 
1863, Svo. 7 vols. 

2. Annxtaii Befobts and PBOCEEDiNGts. 1836-44, Svo. 

8. Catalogue op Bbitish Plants, including the Plowebing 
Plants and Characese. Third edition. Edinb. 1851, 12mo. 

4. DiBECTIONS FOB COLLECTING AND PeESEBTING BoTANICAL SFB- 

eimens. Edinb. 18^, Svo. 



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EDIHBUBOH GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1884. 

Fbooebdxkgs ov thb Society tob 1862-63. 8to. 



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EDnrBXTELGH EOTAL COLLEGE OF PHTSICIAVS. 

INSTITUTED 1681. 

1. Bepobt 07 THB BoTAL CoLLsaB OB PHTBioiAins OH THB Ex- 
amination of Medical Fmctitionen. "Bj Dr. B. Poole. Edinb. 
1838, 4to. 

2. AdDBESS DBLIYBBED ON THE OPENINd OB THB TS:BW HaIOi OB 

the College, by the President, Dr. Beilby. Edinb. 1847, 8to. 

3. PhABMAOOFCEIA CoLLEOII BeOH MeDIOOBITM EDnrBTTBeENSlS. 

Edinb. 1699, 12mo. Again 1722, 1736, 1744, 1756, 17Z4, 1783, 
1792, 1795, 1803, 1804, 1817, 8vo. 

4. The Phabuacopceia ov the Boyal College op PHYSioiAirs oi 
Edinburgh. Edinb. 1839, 12mo. Again 1841, 12mo. 

5. Cataloous BiBLioTHECiB CoLLEon Bsaii Medioobux Eddt- 
burgensium. 1767, 12nio. Second edition, 1793, 8vo. 

6. CATALOaUE OP THE LiBBABY OP THE BOYAL COLLEOE OP PhY- 

sicians of Edinburgh. Edinb. 1849, 8yo.— Another edition, 1863, 
rojal 8vo. 



EDUTBITBGH SOCIETY OF PHTSICIANS. 

instituted 1778. 

1. Medical and Philosophical Cohmentabibs by a Society oi 

Physicians in Edinburgh. Edinb. 1774-95, 8vo. 20 vols. 

Edited after the 7th yolume, 1787, by Andrew Duncan, M.D. Professor of 
the Institutes of Medicine in the Univemity of Edinburgh. 

EDINBUBGH JUEIDICAL SOCIETT. 

instituted 1773. 

JuBEDiCAL Styles : A Collectiomt op Styles, ob a Complete 
System of Conveyancing. Compiled by the Juridical Society of 
Edinburgh. 1787, 4to. 3 vols. Second edition, Edinb. 1811, 
1821, and 1828, 4to. 3 vols. Third edition of Yols. I. and IL 
Edinb. 1826, 4to. Fourth edition, adapted to the Present Practice 
under the Recent SUtutes. VoL L (Heritable Rights). Edinb. 
1852-56| 8vo. 




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EDINBUBOH MEDICAL SOCIETT. 

instituted 1781. 

Medicaii Essays and Obsebyations pxtblishbi) by a Society 
in Edinburgh. Edinb. 1733 — 44, 8vo. 6 vols, in 6 vols. — Second 
edition, 1737 — 44, 8vo. 6 vols.— Third edition, Edinb. 1747, 12mo. 
6 vols. — Fourth edition, Edinb. 1752, 12mo. 6 vols.— Fifth 
edition, Edinb. 1771, 12mo. 6 vols. 

EDIHBIJBGH BOTAL MEDICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 17S7. INCORPORATED 1778. 

1. Laws ov the Boyal Medical Society oe EDUSTBTTsaH. Edinb. 
1845. 8vo. 

2. Geitebal List of the Membebs. Edinb. 1850, 8vo. 

3. Gatalogtje oe the Libbaby. Edinb. 1845, 8vo. 

EDINBITBOH HABTEIAN SOCIETT. 

instituted 1762. 
No publications. 

EDINBTJBGH HTTITTEBIAN SOCIETT. 

instituted 1824. 
No pubUcations. 



EDnrBITBOH PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETT. 

instituted 1848. 

Essays and Obsebyations, Fhysicaii and Litebaby, bead be- 
fore a Society in Edinburgh. 1754, 1756, 1771, 8vo. 3 vols. 



BOTAL SOCIETT OF EBIITBXJBOH. 

established 1782, INCORPORATED 1783, RECEIVED A NEW CHARTER 

1811. 

1. TeaNSACTIONS op THE ROYAL SOCIETY OE EdINBTTEGH. 1788 — 

1864, 4to. 22 vols. See " Bibliographer's Manual," p. 714, 
Vols. 17, 18, and 19 contain the Makerstonn Observations, 

2. PbOCEEDINQS OE THE BOYAL SoCIETY OE EDINBUSaH. 1832-63, 

8vo. 4 vols. 



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EDINBirBOH BOYAL FH78ICAL 80CIETT 

INSTITUTED 1771. INCORPORATED 1788. 

With this Society, the foUowiiig have been incorporated " The Chirurgo- 
Medical Society'' in 1782 ; " llie American PhysicoT' m 1796 ; " The 
Hibernian Medical" in 1799; "The Chemical" in 1803 ; "The 
Natural History Society " in 1812 ; and " The Didactic" in 1813. 

FB0CEEDn7G€ OP THE RoTAL PHYSICAL SOCIETY OP EdIWBTJBGH. 

1854-58, Vol. 1. 1859-62, Vol. 2. Edinb. 1854-63, 8vo. 2 vols. 

EDIirBXrEGH PLINIAir SOCIETY. 

instituted 1829. 

Tbanbactions op the Plinian Society op Edinbuboh, Sessiok 
1829. Ediub. 1829, 8to. No more printed. 

EDIHBUEGH WATT HTSTITITTION AFB 

SCHOOL OF ARTS. 

INSTITUTED 1821. 

Ajtstjal Bepobts op the Dibectobs. Fbom 1822 to 1863, 8to. 



EDIHTBTJEGH WEENEBIAN NATUEAL HISTOEY 

SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1808. 

Mehoibs op THE Webnebian Nattteal Histoby Society. 
Edinb. 1811-39, 8vo. 7 vols, and Vol. VIII. Part I. See *♦ BibUo- 
grapber's Manual,'* p. 2874. 

This Society was dissolved in 1859. 



EDUCATION, (CENTEAL SOCIETY OF)., 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1837. 

1. Papees Published by the Society. Lond. Tayloe and Waltok, 

1837-39, 12mo. 3 vols. 

2. The Edttcatob, Pbize Essays on the Means op ELEYATXNa the 

Profession of the Educator in Society. Lond. Taylor and 
Walton, 1839, 12mo. 




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fiOTPTIAir SOCIETT 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1819. 
HlEBOGLTPHIOS COLLECTED BY THE EaTPTIAN SOCISTT, ASBANGID 

by Thomas Young, M.D. Yol. I. Loud. 1823, folio. 
VoL II. was published by the Boyal Sooietj of Literature. 

Thii Sodety is dissolved. See Syro-Egyptian Sooietj. 



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ELECTBICAL SOCIETT OF LONDON. 

INSTITUTED 1887. 
11, Pre8CoU Street, Goodman*§ FUtde. 

1. TuAirsAOTioifS Ksn Pboceedings of the Societt, ooNTAiNnra 
the Rules of the Society, 1837-40. Lond. 1841, 4to. 

2. PBocEEDnras of the Londok Electrical Society, Session 
1841-42. Edited by 0. V. Walker. Lond. 1843, 8vo. 

3. Elxctbical Magazine. Lond. 1843-46, 8to. 2 yols. 

4. Bspoet of the Committee appointed to test the akjtion of 
an Instrument invented by Lieut. £. J. Morrison, "Bt,"^, Lond. 
1838, 8to. 

This Society is dissolved. 



EHGINEEES (INSTITUTION OF CIVIL). 

instituted in LONDON, 1818. INCORPORATED 1828. 
25, Great George Street, Weetmineter. 

1. Tbanbactions of the Institittion. Lond. 1836-38-42, 4to. 3 vols. 

This Series is discontinued. 

2. IforxTTES OF Pboceedings. Lond. 1837-61, 8vo. 20 vols, plates 
and cuts. 

3. Begulations of the Institution. Lond. 1823, 12mo. 

4. Catalogttb of the Libbaby and Begulations of thx Tblfokd 
Premiums. Lond. 1837, 8vo. 

5. Caxalogux of the Libsasx. Lond. 1851, 8vo. 

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EHOIVEEBS (COBFS OF BOTAL). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1838 
11, Jamei Street, Budkingham QaU. 

1. PbOVESSIOKAL PaFEBB 07 THE CoSFS 07 BOYAX ENGnrEKBB AVD 

others, containing Details of Engineering Operations, Sieges, &c. 
Lond. John Weale, 1838-49, 4to. 10 vols, plates. Vol. 1, IBs. ; 
Yols. 2 and 8, each 258. ; Vol. 4, 288. ; Vols. 5 and 6, 368. each; 
Vols. 7 and 8, 30s. each ; Vol. 9, 368. ; VoL 10, SOs. 

2. PBOFESBIOlfAIi PaPEBB. NeW SeBIEB, COMFBIBINa PaPEBS GOIT- 

nected with the Duties of the Boyal Engineers, contributed by 
Members of the East India Company's Engineers. Lond. 1851 — 
1863, royal 8yo. 12 vols, plates and woodcuts. 

8. Aidb-Memoibe TO THE MnJTABT SoiENCBB, VBAMED FBOic Con- 
tributions of Officers of the different Services, and edited by a 
Committee of the Corps of Koyal Engineers, Dublin. Lond. 
1845-57, royal 8yo. 3 vols, plates and woodcuts. Second edition, 
Weale, 1853-63, royal Svo. 3 vols. 4/. lOs. 

HiBTOBY 07 THE COBPS'07 BOYAIi EnOINEEBS AND MlNESS, BY 

T. W. J. Conolly. Lond. Longman & Co. 1855, 8to. 2 vols, 
coloured engrayings, 1/. lOs. (Not published by the Corps,) 



ENOIKEEBS (SMEATONIAN SOCIETT OF). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1771. 
Meetings held at the Freemasons' I'avem. 

1. Befobtb 07 THE Late Johk Smeaton. Loks. 1812-14, 4to. 3 
vols. Second edition, 1837, 4to. 2 vols. 74 plates. 

2. MiBOELLAirEOUS Papebb 07 John Smeaton. 1814, 4to. plates. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2415. 



EHOIITEEBS' SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 186i. 
Meetings held in the Lower Hall, Exeter Holly Strand. 

TBAKBAOnONB 07 THE EnOINEBBB' SOOIETY 70B 1860-62. LOND. 

E. and F. N. Spon, 1863, post 8yo. plates, Os. — For 1863» ib. 
1864, post 8yo. plates, 10s. 6d. 



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EVOLISH HISTOBICAL SOGIETT. 1 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1838. 

7%e Booki are printed on Fine and Large I'apery royals for the Members 
of the Society f and on small paper^ demy Svo. for sale at the prices 
maried. 

L y. BsPiB HiSTOBIA ECOLESIASTIOA GeNTIS AnGLOBXTK, IT 

Opera Historica Minora, recensuit J. Sterenson. 1838, 128. 

2. V. Bbdjb Ofeba. Histobioa Mdtoba, BBCBNStriT J. Stetxnson. 

1841, lOs. 6d. 

3. GiLDAS DE ExoiDio Bbxtasnlb, bioxkstjit J. Stbtehsov. 
1838, 7b. 6d. 

4. KENNn HiSTOBU. BBiTONirM, BE0XN8UIT J. SiEViiirsoir. 1888, 78. 

6. ChBONICON BiCABDI DiYISIXNBIS DE GE8TIS BlOABDI I. NUKO 

primum TjT^is mandatum curante J. Sterenson. 1838, 7s. 6d. 

6. WiLLELMi Malmesbtjbiensib Monachi Gebta Begum Anglo- 
rum, atque Historia Noyella, recensuit T. D. Hardj, 1840, 2 vols. 

U l8. 

1. CoDvx. DiPLOMATicirs JKyi SAXomci, OFEBA J. M. Kemblb. 
1845-184S, 6 Tols. 3/. 12b. 

8. BoGEBi DE Wenpoyeb Chbonica, bite Flobes Histobiabtjm, 
cum Appendice, edidit H. O. Goxe. 1841-1844, 5 yoIb. 8yo. 9L 

9. F. NlCHOLAI TbIYETI, AN17ALEB Sbx BeGUM AlTGLLS^ &C., 

1136—1307, recensuit T. Hog, 1845, 128. 

10. Adaki Mubimtjthensis, Chbonica sttl Tehpobis, tstujso pbi- 
mum per decem annos aucta, (1303 — 1346), cum eorundem Con- 
tiniiatione, (ad 1380), edidit et recensuit T. Hog. 1846, 10s. 6d. 

11. GbSTA StEFHAI^I, BeGIS AtrGLOBlTM ET DUCIS NOBMANKOBUH, 

iucerto auctore sed oontemporaneo, recensuit B. G. Sewell. 1846, 
6s. 

12. ChBONICQTTB DE LA TBAISON ET MOBT DE BiCHABT 11. BOT 

d'Engleterre, ayec un Glossaire par B. Williams. 1846, 8to. 12s. 

13. Flobekth Wigobnibnsis Monaohi Cheonicon ex Ohbonicis, 
adfidem Codd. MSS: edidit B. Thorpe. 1848-1849, 2 vols. 1/. Is. 

14 Chbokicon Waltebi de Hehikgbubgh, DE Gbstis Begum 
Anglise, ad fidem Codd. MSS. recensuit H. C. Hamilton. 1848^ 
1849, 2 Tols. 1/. Is. 

15. Henbioi Quinti Aitgllb Begis Gesta, gum CHBomcA Neu- 
striffi, Gallic^, ab anno .1414 ad 1422, ad fidem MS. recensuit, 
Ghronicam traduxit, Kotisque illustravit, B. Williams. 1850, 
lOs. 6d. 

16. HiBTOBiA Bebum Anguoabum Willelmi Pabti, S.T.D. Ob- 
dinis Sancta Augustini Ganonici Begularis in Goenobio B. Mari» 
de Noyoburgo in Agro Eboracensi, recensuit H. G. Hamilton. 1856, 
2 yolB. U iB. 

ThiB Society is disBolved. 

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EHTOMOLOOIGAL 80GIETT. 

INSTITUTED IK LONDON, 1888. 
IS, Bedford Bow. W.O. 
1. TRAKBAOnOirB OT THB SodBTT, FiBST SeBIE8« LoNI). 1834- 

1849, 8to. 5 Tols. plates. 

2. — SEOOim Semes. Loitd. 1850-1861, 8vo. 6 vols, plates. 

3. ^ — Thibd Sebibs. Lond. 1862-1863, 8vo. 2 voie. plates, 

continued quarterly. 

4. JOUSNAL OF THB PbOOBBDHTOS OF THB SOCIETY. LON3>. 1833- 

1863, 8vo. 

5. Fbizb Essay on Athaua Obntifolll, thb Saw-Fly op thb 
Turnip, by G-. Newport. Lond. 1838, 8to. 

6. Fbizb Essay on the Dubation of Ldtb in thb Honby-Bsb, bt 
J. G-. Deaborough. Lond. 1853, 8yo. 



EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1850. 
87, 8oho Square. 

Pbocbedinos of thb Society. Pttblishbd Annttally. 3 fabts, 
forming Vol. 1. Lond. Hardwicke, 192, Piccadilly, 1860-1863, 
8vo. 148. 



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ETHirOLOOICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1843. 
4, 8t. MartMs Fbx&t, Charing Orou, 

1. JotJHNAL OF THE Ethnolooioal Soctbty, Lond. 1848-1856, Sto* 
4 vols. Second Series, Vol. I. Parts 1 and 2, 1857, 1861. 

2. Laws and Eboxtlations of the Society. 1855, 8vo. 

^* ^^^o^^? ^J^^; Society. Vol. 1, 8vo. 'lond. Mueeit, 
1861, 12s. 6d. Vol. 2, 1863, 128. 6d. 



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EXETEE. SOCIETY OF GEHTLEMEIT. 

BasATB BY A Soonw o» GBmannr. Butbb, (1796), 8?o. 




133 
EXEIEB DIOCESAN AECHITECTUAAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1841. 

L Tbavsaotions ov thx Sooibty bblatzko to Eoclebiastioal Airs 
Domestio Architecture ; the History of the different Churches and 
Notes on the Deaneries of Devon and Cornwall, with numerous en- 
grayed Dlustrations. Exeter, 1843-1859, 4to. 6 vols, and part I 
ofVoLVII. 1861. 

2. BoueH Notes issued fob Cobbeotion, each Ntjmbeb cos- 
taining Notes concerning one or more Parishes. No. 1 to 26. 
Exeter, 1845-1863, 4to. 

3. SoBAf-BOOE covTAiNora DBAwnros, Bubbikghs, Plakb, &o., of 
Churches, Details, Fonts » &c., in Devon and Cornwall, and other 
parts of England. Eolio, 2 vols. 



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nVE AETS (SOCIETT FOB THE ENCOUEAOE- 

ME]rr OF). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 18S8. 
9, OonduU Street, W. 
BUI«E8 OF THE SOCIETY FOB THB EnOOITBAOEHENT OF THE FlNE 

Arts, with a List of the Members. Lond. 1859, 18mo. ; 1864^ ISmo. 



GAELIC SOCIETT OF LOSfDOSf. 

To toeitstom Members to the Language, Poetry, Music, and Dress of the OaeL 

instituted 1880 

Cataxoottb of thb Books, Tbaots aitd Papebs belonohtg to 
the Society. To which is prefixed some account of Societies 
formed for the Freserration of National Usages, and the Cultiya- 
tion of the Gaelic Language and Literatiire» (hy James Logan). 
Lond. 1840, 12mo. 

See Dublin Gaelic Society. 



OEVEALOOICAL AND EISTOEICAL SOCIETT. 

For the Illustration of Family History, Lineage and Biography. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1867. 
206, Ficcadmy. 

1. AmnrAL Bepobts aitd List of Membsbs. Loin>. 1858-1863, royal 
8to. 

Bertial Pedigrees of Families have been executed by the Society, which may be 

inspected at the Society's Booms. 



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BOTAL GEOOBAPHICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1830. 

With this Society have coalesced " Thejtfirican Association" tnlSSl, and 
*Uhe Palestine Association " m 1834. 

15, WhitehaU Place, 

1. JOTTBNAL OP THE BOYAL GSOOBAPHICAL SOGTBTT. Ii05I>. HlTS- 

raj, 1831 — 1863, 8to. 33 vols, maps and engraTiiigs. 
All after Vol. XXVI. pub. at 1{. each vol. 

2. Inpixxs to Yolb. I. to X 1844, aijtd Vol. XE. to XX. 1853, 
2 vols. 

8. PbOCEEDINGS 07 THE ROYAIi GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETT. 1855-1863, 

8yo. 7 vols. Vol. VIII. No. 4. June, 1864, each part la. 

4. Annual Addsesses oe the Pbesidents. 1831-1863, 8vo. 

5. Catalogue of the Libsaby of the Society. 1851, 8vo. 



GEOLOGICAL SOCIETT OF LOHBOV. 

INSTITUTED 1807. INCORPORATED 1823. 
Somerset House. 

1. Tbansaotions of the G-eologioal Society of London. Fibst 
Series, 1811-1821, 4to. 5 vols. Second Series, " 1824-1856, 4to. 
7 vols, maps and plates. Various prices. 

2. Peoceedings of the Society, 1826-1845, 8vo. 4 toIb. lOs. 

3. Abstbacts of the Peooeedinos. 1856-1863, 8vo. 

4. Quabtbbly Joxtbnal of the Geological Society, 1845-1864, 
8vo. 20 vols, each vol. 138. 6d. VoL 15, 16s. 6d. {Vol. l^otUrf 
print.) 

6. Addbesseb Deliyered by the Pbesedents to the Sooibtz 
at the Anniversaiy Meetings, 1828-1864, 8vo. 

6. Classified Index to the Tbansactions, Joubnai and Pbo- 
ceedings, by G. W Ormerod. Lond. 1858, 8vo. 4s. 

7. Geological Map of England and Wales, by G. B. Gbeek- 

hough. In 6 sheets. 

8. Classified Catalogue of the Libbaby. Lond. 1846. 8v©. 
2s. 6d. 

9. SUPPLEMENTABY CATALOGUE. LOND. 1856, 8v0. 28. 

10. Alphabetical Supple mbntaby Catalogue. Lond. 1860, 8vo. 
2s. 

11. Third Supplement to the Catalogue. Lond, 1863, 8vo. 28. 

%• The prices affixed are to Fellows only. 



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GEOLOGICAL HTTSEXTM, AND OEOLOOICAL 
8TT&VET OF THE XTNITED KIITODOM. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, I860. 
Jtrmyn Street. 

1. BePOST on the GEOLOaT OP DXTON AKD COBNWAXL, BY SiB 

H. De la Beche. Lond. 1839, Svo. 148. 

2. LOWDOWDBBBY AKD TYBONB, BY CaPT. PoBTLOOK. 

Lond. 1843, 8vo. 1/. 48. 

3. PiGTTBES AND DESCBIPnOEB OP THB PlUBOZOIC F08BIIS OP Db- 
Yon and OomwalL i^y J. Phillips. Is. 

4 MsKOiBd OP THB Geolooicaii Subtby OP Gbeat Bbitaik Ain> 
of the Museum of Economic Gheology. Lond. 1846-1849, 8yo. 
2 vols. Vol. 1. 1/. 8s. YoL II. in 2 parts, 1^ Is. each. 

6. FiouBBS ABD Descbiftiobs OP Bbitish Oboabio Bbhaibs. Bb- 
cade 1—10. Lond. 184d-1861, with 10 Plates in each. 8vo.28.6d.s 
4to. 48. 6d. per Part. 

6. BbC0BI>8 op THB SCHOOL OP MlBES APPLIED TO THE AbTS. LoND. 

1853, 8to. Vol. I. in 4 Parts. 

7. MoBOOBAPH No. 1. On the Gentts Ptebygotus. By Pbopes- 
sor Huxlej and J. W. Salter. 1859. Boyal 4to. 4b. 6d. $ or royal 
8to. 2s. 6d. each Decade. 

8. Catalooue op Specimens in the MusErK op Pbactical Geo- 
logj, illustrative of the Composition and Manufacture of British 
Pottery and Porcelain. By Sir Henry De La Beche and Trenham 
Beeks. 8vo. 1865. 150 wood cuts. Price Is. — Out of print, 

9. Debcbiptivb Guide to the Mxtseuk op Pbactical Geology ; 
with Notices of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom, the 
School of Mines, and the Mining Beoord Office. By Bobert Blunt. 
1859. 6d. 

10. DsscBiPTiyB Catalootte op THB Boob Specimens in the Mu- 
seum of Practical Geology. By A. C. Bamsay, H. W. Bristow, 
H. Bauerman, and A. Geikie. 1862. 2s. 

11. Catalooue op the Contents op thb Mining- Becobd Oppicb. 
1859. 6d. 

12. MiNEBAL Statistics pob 1853-1854, 1855, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, 
embracing the Produce of Tin, Copper, Lead, Silver, Iron, Coals, 
and other Minerals. By Bobert Hunt. Is. 6d. each. 1860» 
Ss. 6d. 

13. MiNEBAL Statistics, 1858. Pabt IL (Clays, Bbicks, etc.. 
Building and other stones, with sandy earthy minerals, with lists 
of day pits, quaiTies, &c.) 5s. 

14. MiNEBAL Statistics pob 1861. 28. Appendix to 1861, It. 




1S6 GEOLOGICAL ICrSSTO. 

15. MnfiEBAL Statistics fob 1862, mcLUDma Affxndix, oohtahoko 
List of the Metalliferous Mines and Collieries, with the names of 
the Managers, Purser, Chief Agent, &c. to each. 1863, 8to. 2a. 

16. Thb Ibon Obss of Gbbat Bbitaiit, js 'Fojtb, Fabts. 1856—1862. 
Fart I. — ^Iron Ores of the North and North Midland Counties of 
England. — Out of print. II. — Iron Ores of South Staffordshire. 
Is. III.— Iron Ores of South Wales* " Is 3d. IV.— Iron Ores 
of the Shropshire Coalfield and of North Staffordshire. Is. 3d. 

17. The Tbbtiabt FLuno-MABnni Fobmation of the Islb of 
Wight. Bj Edward Forbes. Map and Flates of Fossils, Sec- 
tions, &o. 1856. 5s. 

18. G-BOLOOY OF thb Soitth Staffobdshibb Coalfield. Bt J, 
Beete Jukes. 2d Edition. 1859. Ss. 6d. 

19. Oeolooy of Tbinidad (West Indian Stjbvetb). By G. F. Wail 
and J. GI-. Sawkins. With Maps and Sections. 1860. 12s. 

20. G^EOLoaY OF THE Wabwiokshibe Coalfield. By H. H. Howell. 
1859. Is. 6d. 

21. Geology of the Abhby-db-la-Zouch Coalfield. By Edwasd 
Hull. 1860. 3s. 

Geological Maps of Ekoland Aim Wales, on the Scale of 
one inch to a mile, with Explanatory, Horizontal, and Yertical 
Sections and Memoirs, arranged in Counties. Also Geological 
Maps of Scotland and Ireland. 

For the Deaayrtum o/ Oteae Map$, and iha veurioua Memoir$ mritten to accompany thtn 

wee thefdUowmg:-^ 

Catalogue of the Maps, Hobizontal and Yebtical Sectionb, 
and other Fublications of the Geological Surrey of Great Britain 
and Ireland (Sir Eoderick J. Murchison, Director-General). 1863. 
8to. GratU, 



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GEOLOGISTS' ASSOCIATIOIT. 

For facilitating the stady of Geology and the allied Sdeoees. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, lasa 

82, Qeorge Streett Hanover Square, 

FsOCEEDINaB OF THE AflSOOIATION, YoL. I. No. 1-10, 1859-1864, 
8to. each Is. 

GLASGOW GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 18S8. 

Tbansaotions, Yol. I. PAST 1, 8yo. 1860, Is. Fabt 2, 1862, 48. 6d. 



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GLASGOW NATURAL HISTOBT SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1861. 

PBOCKSDnros, Past L 1852, 8to. Past II. 1854. 

GLASGOW AECHJEOLOGICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1866. 
PB0CKXDIN66, YOL. I. 1864, OSOWN 8yO. 



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GLASGOW LITEEABT SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED r<68. 

Essays sbad to a Litesast Society at theis Weekly MEBTnroiL 
(By ProfeBBor James Moore, LL.D.) Glasgow, 1759, 12mo. 

GLASGOW PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1803. 
FROGSBDDraS OP THE SOCIETY. GLASGOW, 1844-1864, StO. 6 TOlfl. 



GLASGOW AJSm CLTDESDALE STATISTICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1836, 
TbAKSACTIONS 07 THE SOCIETY, PaST 1. GLASGOW, 1886, 4tO. 

GUT'S HOSPITAL PHTSICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1772. 

AswAJi Befosts. Fibst Sesiss. IjOtstd. Chubohill, 1836-1842, 
8to. 7 Tols. each vol IBs. Second Series, 1843-1855, 8yo. 8 vols. 
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INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1844. 

The Wosxb op HAin>EL nr extll bcose. With Osgait aitd 
Pianoforte Adaptations, Historical Prefaces and the Books of 
Words. Lond. 1844-1858, folio, 16 vols. Printed for the Mem- 
bers of the Handel Society by an Annual Subscription of 1/. Is. 

L AkTHEMS EOS THE COSONATION OP KlNd GeOSGE II., COMPOSED 

in the year 1727. Edited by W. Crotch. 

2. L'Alleoso, II Peksieboso ed II Modebato, a Cahttata, oox- 
posed in the year 1740. Edited by J. MoscheUes. 

3. Estheb, ak Osatosio, composed nr 1720. Edited bt Gbaslbs 
Lucas. 

4. Ode pos St. Cecilxa's Day, composed dt the teas 1739. 
Edited by T. M. Mudie. 



138 HASDEIi 80CIITT. 

5. ISBASL IK EaTFT, AK ObATOBIO, COMPOSED IK THX TSAB 1738. 

Edited by F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. 

6. DETTINaEN Te DbXTH, 0O1CFO6SD IN THE TSiB 1743. EDITED BT 

Sir G«orge Smart. 

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Bennett. 

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part. Edited by G-. A. Macfarren. 

9. Belshazzab, the Second and Third faets, with an Appendix. 
Edited by Gt, A. Macfarren. 

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part. Edited by Dr. E. E. Bimbauilt. 

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bault. 

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15. Saul, an Obatobio. Edited by Db. E. F. Rimbault. 
16 Jefhtha, an Obatobio. Edited by Or. A. Macfabben. 

This Society is dissolved. 

Cramer and Co, possess the remaining stock. The publications are 

resumed by the 

GEBUAir HANDEL BOCIETT. 

Leipzig f printed by BreitJeopf and Hdrtel for the Society. 
London Agents, SehoU ^ Co., 159, Regent Street. 
Three volumes annually at a subscription qf 21, 
1, Susanna, an Obatobio. 1858. 

2. PlANOFOBTE WOBKS. FOUB COLLECTIONS : SUITES, PaBTS L 

and II. ; Six Fugues for Harpsichord or Organ. 1858. 

3. Same as No. 7 in English Sebies. 

4. Same as No. 2 in English Sebies. 

6. Kebcules, an Obatobio, ob Gbeee Dbama. 1859. 

6. Athaliah, an Obatobio. 1869. 

7. Semele, an Obatobio, 1860. 

8. Theodoba, an Obatobio. 1860. 

9« Passion, accobding to St. John, Handel's pibst Obatobio^ 
never before printed. 1860. 

10. Same as No. 13 in English Sebies. 

11. Alexandeb's Feast, an Ode fob St. Cecilia's Day. 1861. 

12. Funebal Anthem fob Queen Caboune. 1861. 



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13. SlKB AS No. 15 IN ESTGLISH SebISS. 

14. SbCOKD PaBSIOIT, an OsATOBIO, PBINTXD fob the first TXlOi 

G^ermtui Words by Brookes, and an English Translation. 1862. 

15. Sake as No. 1 in English Sebies. 

The whole qf Handera Works, it is supposed, will extend to 80 parts. 
Subscribers to the English Society are allowed to take only those parts^ 
which have not been published by it, and to pay accordingly. 



HANSEBD KNOLLTS SOCIETT. 

For the pablication of the Works of early English and other Baptist Writers. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON,. 1846. 
The Books are all published in Svo, 

1, Tracts on Libebty oe Conscience and Pebsecution, 1615-1661. 
With Historical Introduction by E. B. XTnderhill. Lond. 1846. 

2. The Bboadmead Becobds, 1640—1688. Lond. 1847. Out qf 
print, 

3. BUNTAN'S PiLGBIM'S PeOOEESS, PEOM THE TeXT OP THE FlBST 

Edition, 1678-1688. With Collations and Introduction by George 
Offer. 1847. 

4. EooEB Williams's Bloudt Tenent oe Peeseotjtion Disottssbd, 
1644. With Introduction by E. B. Underbill. 

5. John Cannb on the Necessitib oe Sefabation fboh thb 
Church of England, (published in 1644). With Introduction by 
the Bey. C. Stovel. 1848. 

6. The Dutch Maetybologt, ob Bloody Mibbob op Maettbs op 
the Baptized Churches. Translated from the Dutch, edited by E. 
B. UnderhiU. 1848-1849, 2 vols. 

7. COMMENTABT ON THE ACTS OP THE ApOSTLBS BY 0. M. Dr VeiL, 

D.D Edited with Historical Introduction by F. A Cox, D.D. 
1850. 

8. Becobds op the Chtjbch op Chbist at Eenstanton, Wabboys, 
and Hexham, in Northumberland, 1644-1720. Lond. 1850. 

9. GoNPEssioNS OP Faith and otheb Pitblic Documents, belatiyb 
to the Baptist Churches of England, 1611-1688. 1851. 

This Society is dissolved. 

HAEVEIAN SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1831. 

Stafford Rooms, TlMoume Street, Edgroare Soad. 

The Proceedings of this Society are reportea in the " Brtttsh Medical 

Journal,** 



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SCOTLAND. 

INSTITUTED AT EDINBURGH, 1786. 
1. TBANBA.CfnOKS OP THB HlOHLAin) SOCIETY OP SOOTULOT) : FBIZI 

Essays, &c., to which is prefixed an Account of the Institution and 
Proceedings of the Society, by H. Mackenzie. Edinburgh, 1799- 
1824, 870. 6 Tols. Second Series. Edinb. 1829-1843, 870. SyoIb, 
Third Series, July, 1843, to March, 1863. Edinb. 1845-1863, 870. 
10 vols. 

2. Befobt op THB Ck)ia£iTTE]s ON Shxtiand Wool. Edinb. 1790, 
870. 

HISTOElGAL SOCIETY OF SCIEVCE. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1841. 

1. GOLLEOTION OP LeTTXBS lLLrSTBi.TiyB OP THB PbOOBESS OF 

Science in England from the time of Queen Elizabeth to Charles 
11. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. Lond. 1841, 870. 

2. FoPULAB TbEATISES on SoIBNCB, WBITTEN DUBING THB MtDDIB 

Ages, in Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and English. Edited from 
the original MSS. by Thomas Wright, 1841, 870. 

This Society ia diasolved. 



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INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1846. 
S, S. Bardouleau, 4, Jeffrey* b Square, St. 2farjf'$ Jxe. 

1. Notes op a New Teuth : a Monthly JouenaIi op Koicosopatht. 
Lond. J. Trapp, 39, Watling Street. No. 1, Feb. 1856, to No. 102, 
July, 1864, 870. each No. 3d. 

2. HOM(EOPATHT, ITS PBtBTOIPLB, THBOBY, AND FBACTICB, BY M. B. 

Simpson. 1846, 870. 

3. PBOaBBSS OP HOHCEOPATHY. 1847. 870. 

4. Tbitths and theib Ebception considebed in BELATION TO THl 

doctrines of Homoeopathy, by M. B. Simpson. 1849, 870. 

BBITISH HOMCSOPATHIC SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1859. 
The BemuBopathie Hospital, Great Ormond Street. 

Annals op the Hom(bopathio Society, and op thb London 
Homoeopathic Hospital. (Published by Authority of the Society). 
No. 1 to 15. Lond. Leath and Co., St. Paul's Churchyard, 1860- 
186^ 870. Continued Quarterly, each No. 2s. 6d. 



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EOBOLOOICAL (BBITISH) HTSTITTTTE 

To promote the cultiyation of the Science of Horology. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1868. 
86, Nortkampton S^uare^ £.0, 

1 HoBOLOGiOAii JontNAii. liOND. Seftembeb, 1858, TO JUFX 186^ 
8yo. continued monthlj, each No. 4d. 

2. Laws ov thb HoBOLoaiOAii Sooiety. Loni}. J. T. Fioebttbn, 
1859, 12mo. 



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INSTITUTED 18M. DATE OF CHARTER 1809. 
Cfhinriek Oardens, and Qffce SotM KmnngUm^ 

1. TRAKSACTIONS op the SoOIBTT, with COIiOTTBED platbs. Febs9 
Beries. Lond. 1812^30, 4to. 7 vols. Second Series. 1835-48. 
Vol. I., II., and III. (ending at page 288, followed by a general 
Index to both Series). No more pubUshed. 

For the present valne, «e« * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1128. 

2. JoUBNAIi OP THB HOBTIOITI/rnBAL SOCIETY. LOKD. LONOHAIT 

and Co., 1846-1855, royal 8to. 9 Tols. coloured plates, each vol. 
1/. Is. JUjmblished. 

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3 Yols. and YoL IV. No. 1 to 8, each No. 4d. Continued monthly, 

4. Repobt op the G^abden Comuittee on thb Formation and 
Progress of the Garden at Chiswick, 1823, 1824, 1826, 1827-1830a 
4to. 

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Society. Third edition, 1842, 8yo. 6s. Fourth edition, in the 
course of publication in the ' Proceedings.* 

6. Book op thb Boyal Hoeticultubal Society, 1862-3, by A. 
Hurray, Esq., Assist. Sec. to the Boy. Hor. Soo. Lond. Brad^ 
bury, 1863, royal 4to., photographs and wood-cuts, 1/. lis. 6d. 

7. Byb-Laws, Chabteb, &o., op the Society. Lond. 1820, 8yo. 



HITLL EOTAL INSTITUTIOIT. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1822, 
Ja the * HuU Literary and Fhilosophical Institution,* 

BbFOBTS op PbOCEEDINOS HAYE been published 0CCA8I0NAIXY, 

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HUMANE SOGIETT. (BOTAL). 

For the Recovery of Persons apparently Drowned. 
INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1774. 
4, Trafalgar Squar*. 

1. Tbansaotions ov thb Society op thb Boyaxi Hocaitb So- 
ciety from 1774 to 1784 ; with an Appendix of Miscellaneous Ob- 
servations on Suspended Animation, to the year 1794. By Wil- 
liam Hawes, M.D. Lond. 1795, Svo., plates. 

2. Annuaii Bbfobts op thb Society. 1800 — 63, Sto. 



HUITTEBIAN SOGIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1819. 
4, Blon^eld Street, Finebwry. 

Catalogtte op thb Libbasy op the Httntebian Society. Lonp. 

1836, 870. 
The Proceedings of this Society are reported in the ' British Medical JonmaL' 



IBEEirO-CELTIG SOGIETT. 

For the Preservation of the Ancient Remains and the Encouragement of Irish 

Literature. 

INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1818. 

Tbaitsactions op thb Society. Vol. I., fast I., contatniko a 
Chronological account of nearly 400 Irish Writers from the 
earliest period to 1750, with a Descriptive Catalogue of such of 
their Works as are still extant in verse and prose. By Edward 
O'Reilly, author of the Irish EngHsh Dictionary, &c.. Assistant 
Secretary to the Society. Dublin, 1820, 4to. AU published. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1730. 



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For the purpose of collecting Amateur Topographical Drawings in Pen and Ink 
from all parts of the kingdom ; to be printed by the Anastatic process. 

INSTITUTED AT ILAM, STAFFORDSHIRE, 1869. 

Honorary Secretary ^ the Eev, George R. Mackamets, 
Bam Vicarage, AsTiboumf Derbyshire. 

VoLTTMB OP Deawinos FOB 1860, 1861, 1862, 1863, 4to, 4 Voia^ 
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S0GIET7. 

INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1841. 

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cultural Improyement Society of Ireland for 1848-1849. Dublin, 
1849, 8yo. 

ntELAHB. ASSOCIATION OF THE FELLOWS AITO 
nCEN TIATES OF THE aUEEN'S COLLEGE OF PHT« 
SICIAHS. 

INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1816. 

Tbansactioks of the Association. Dublin, 1817-1828, 8to. 5 

Yols. 

The Tnuuaetions of this Soeietyare now pabllahed in the 'Dublin Quarterly 
Joonul of Medical Science.' 8to. 



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INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1836. REMODELLED 1844 
XBANBACnONS OF THE INSTITUTION OF GlYlL EnGINEEBS OF IbB- 

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YoL 



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INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1801. 
No publications. 



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For Promoting the Fine Arti. 
INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1818. 

PlOBFBOTUS, BULES, AND BeGULATIONS OF THE INSTITUTION. DUBLIN, 

1814, 8yo. 




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Art-Union. Dublin, 1839-43, 870. 




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For Promoting the Study of Science, Polite Literature and Antiqnitlef, 
INCORPORATED AT DUBLIN, 1786. 

1. l^BAirsAOTiovrs OP THE BoYAii Ibish Academt. Dublik, 1787 

—1862, 4to., 23 Vols., and Yol. 24, part ii (London, Williams 

and Norgate.) 

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to the first 7 vols, is contained in the 7th vol. 

Of the Proceedings 760 copies are placed at the disposal of the Royal Sodety of 
London, and 250 copies are struck off for the Dublin Journal of Science. 

4. Ohabtebs and Statutes ob the Boyal Ibish Acadbhy. 
Dublin, 1786, 4to. Beprinted 1837, 4to. Again in 1862, 4to. 

6. Bbscbiftiye Catalogue ov the Antiquities op Stoke, Eabthen 
and Vegetable Materials in the Museum of the Boyal Irish Aca- 
demy, by W. R. Wilde, M.B.I. A. DubL 1857, 8vo. wood-cats, 6s. 

6. Desobiftite Catalogue op Animal Matebials and Bbonzb 
in the Museum. Dublin, 1861, 8vo., 377 wood-cuts. 

This and the preceding Catalogue are united, having a general title-page. ▲ 
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8vo. 188. 6d. 

7. Descbiptiye Catalogue op the Antiquities op Gk)LD m thb 

Museum. Dublin (Lond. Williams and Norgate), 1862, 8to., 89 

wood -cuts, 3s. 6d. 
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bat are published in the ordinary course of trade. 

KENT AEGHiEOLOOICAL SOCIETT. 

instituted at MERBWORTH castle, 1867. 
Office at MaidatoM, 

1. Abohbologia Cantiana; being Tbansactions op thb Kent 
Archieological Society. Lond. printed by J. E. Taylor, 10, Little 
Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1858-63, Syo.- 6 Tols., en- 
gravings, Tol. yi. in the press, 

SO copies of each volume are also printed in royal Svo. and 25 copies in royal 4to. 

2. Thb Visitation op Kent, tazen in the Yeab 1619 by Johh 
Philipott, Bouge Dragon. Edited with Notes by Joseph Jackson 
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XHKEirNY AND SOUTH-EAST OF IRELAND ARCKM- 

OLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN 1849. 
L TBAlfSACTIONS OP THE SOCIETY. FiBST SeBIBS. DfBLIN, 1849- 

1855, 8vo. 3 vols. Second Series. 1856-1863, royal 8vo. 4 vols. 
And VoL V. Part 1, January, 1864, plates and wood-cuts. Printed 
for Members only. 

2. "Aistnivbbsaby" or the Society. Vol. I, In the Preas, 



LAHCASHIEE AND CHESHIEE HISTORIC S0CIET7. 

INSTITUTED AT LIVERPOOL, 1848. 

Vnited with the * Liverpool Photographic Society* in 1858. 
Meetings held in St Georgia Hall, Linerpool. 
1. PBOOEBBINaS, PAPEBS, AND TbANSACTIONS OP THE SOOIETY. 

Liverpool, 1849-1860, 8vo. 12 vols, plates. lOs. 6d. each volume. 

2. T£At7SACTioNS. Nbw Sebies. Litebfool, a. Holden. 1861, 
1862, 8vo. 2 vols. 



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Burke. 1863. 6d. 

6. ■ Befobt on the Law op. 1864. 6d. 

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8. DOMICIL, ElTEOFEAN CONVENTIONS WITH BESPECT TO. BY SeB- 

jeant Woobych. 1863. 6d. 

9. Evidehcb. On the Expediency op passing an Act to pebmit 
Defendants in Criminal Courts, and their wives or husbandsy to 
testify on oath. By J. Pitt Taylor. 1861. 6d. 

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Ig Estabubhmeht op a Law School. 6d. 

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lAW. IHCOSPOBATED LAW SOCIEtt. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1887. DATE OF GHARTEB, 1831 AND 1846, 

!rhe Society's Hall, 103, Chaneery Lane. 

1. Akkual Bepobt OB THB Incx)bposated Law Sooixty, 1828- 
1864» 8yo. 

2. Chabtbb, Byb-Laws, Aim Gsant ov Abmb to thb Sooibtt. 
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INSTITUTED IBia 

1. Abbual Bbfobts op thb Sooibtt. Lebpb, 1820-1863, 8to. 

2. Tbaksaotions op thb Sooibtt. Vol. I. ft. I. Lobp. (Lbedb), 
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Leeds, 1821, 4to. 

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8. The Phtbioal Condition op thb Pboplb, nr Tta bbabino 
npon their Social and Moral Welfare, by the Bight. Bev. B. Bick- 
ersteth, D.D., Bishop of Bipon, January 17th, 1860, royal Syo. 

9. Thb Bblations op Soibnce to Modebn • CiriusATiOK, bt 
Professor Henry Hennessy, January 7th, 1862, royal 8to. 

10. Inauoubaii Addbess on the opbnino op THE New Fhilo- 
sophical Hftll at Leeds, lyy Professor Owen, Becember 16th, 1862^ 
royal 8yo, 

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IEICE8TEB ABCSITECTITBAI SOCIETY. 

The Proceedings qf this Society are pubUehed tn eotmeeiitm with Jive 
other Architectural Societies, See Uncoln Architectural Society. 



LEICESTER LITEEAEY AND PHILOSOPHICAL 

SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 18SS. 

1. AjnruAii BsFOSTS ov thb Soonrnr, vboh June, 1851, to Juinc, 
1864. 8yo. 

2. Trafbaozioits ov thb Society, 1855, 8ro. 

LICHFIELD SOCIETT FOE THE EirO OTrRAO EMEHT 
OF ECCLESIASTICAL AECHITEGTUEE. 

INSTITUTED 1842. 

Befosts or TBB SooiETT, 1848, 1845, 1846, 1850, 8to. 

No more published. 



LnrCOLN. ABCHTTECTUEAL SOCIETT OF THE 

DIOCESE OF 

INSTITUTED 1844. 

1. AmnTAii Repobts op the Society. 1844-1849, 8to. 

Papers by Members of fhe Society; namely, 

2. A Fapeb bead at the Febst Meethtg by Sib. C. Andebson. 
1844, 8yo. 

3. On Chtjbch Abbangement, by the Bet. Mb. Elleb. 1845, Byq. 

4. Descbiption op St. Leonabd's Chuboh Kibxstead. 1846, 
folio, plates. 

5. Anastatic Tbanspebs op Moirtmental Bbassbs in LinooiiN- 
shire. In parte. 

The Proceedings of this Society {includiny Lincolnshire and Notttng- 
hamshire), are now published in connection with five other Architectural 
Societies; namely, Northampton, Yorkshire, Worcestershire, Leicester- 
shire, and Be^ordshire. Printed at Lincobi by Brooks and V^ert, 1850 
—1863, Svo. 6 vols, and vol. 7, part 1. 



149 



inrCOLHSHIRE TOPOGBAFHICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT LINCOLN, 1841. 

SbUJCTIOK op PaPEBS BELATIVB to the COTJITTr OP LiKOOur, 
read in 1841, 1842. Lincoln, 1843, small 4to. plates. 

Thia Society ia dissolved. 

IINHiEAN SOCIETT OF LOITDON. 

INSTITUTED 1788. 

Burlington House, PieeadUly. 

1. TRANSACnONS OP THE LllTNiEAN SOOIBTY. LOOT). 1791 — 1863, 

4to. 24 Tols. coloured plates. 

For the prices of each part from Vol. I. to Vol. XXII. Part 8, Bee * Biblior 
grapher's Manual/ p. 1366—67. Vol. XXII. Part 4, 1859, 12. 168. VoL 

XXIII. Part 1, 1860, 2Z. Part 2, 1861. 12. 4s. Part 8, 1862, 12. 10a. VoL 

XXIV. Part 1, 1863, 188. Part 2, 1863, IJ. lOs. 

2. JOTTBITAL OP PbOOEEDINOS OP THE LlNV^AN SOCIETY, EDITED 

by I. J. Bennett, 1838-1856, 8yo. 2 .vols, not issued for scUe, 

8. JOUBVAL OP THE PbOCE^DINOS, NeW SeBIES. (Ik WHICH THE 

Botanj and Zoology are separately paged). Edited by the Bota- 
nical and Zoological Secretaries. Published Quarterly, 1857-1863, 
8vo. 7 vols. Vol. VIII. (No. 29), June 20th, 1864, plates. Each 
Vol. to Fellows. 9s. To the PubUo, 12s., or either section separv 
ately 8s., each part 2s. 

4. SUPPLEMEKT TO THE JoUBNAIi OP PBOCEBDn^GS. No. 1, 46. No. 

2, 2s. Supplement to Vol. IV. 5s. First Supplement to VoL V. 
3s. Second Supplement to VoL V. 2s. 

5. Chabteb akd Bye-Laws op the Society, ToasTHEB with a 
Patent of Armorial Ensigns and List of the Members. Lond. 
1802^ 4to. 

See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1366-87. 



LITEBATXIRE, (BOYAL SOCIETT OF). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1823. DATE OF CHABTEB, 1836. 

4, St Martin's Place, W,0. 
1. TbAKSAOTIONS op THE EOYAL SOOIETY OP LlTEBATXniB OP THl 

United Kingdom. First Series. Lond. 1827-1829, 4to. 3 vols, in 
6 parts, plates. Second Series. Lond. 4, St. Martin's Place, iL843« 
1863, 8vo. 7 vols, plates, each part 4b. 6d. 

2. Pbooeedihgb OP xhb Society. No. 1 to 24. Lond. 1833-1854^ 
Svo. VoL L 




150 LITEBATITBE (BOTAL 800ISTT OF;. 

8. HnEBOaLTPHIOS OOLLBOTBD BT THB EgTFTIAK SOdXTT, AXD 

continued by the Boyal Society of Literature, and arranged by 
Thomas Young, M.D. 1823-1828, folio, No. 1 to 5 with 98 plates 
counted as 100, pub. at 101. lOs. Beduoed 6/. 5s. 

4. BiooBAPHiA. BBJTAinsru. Litebabia, ob Bioobapht of Litsbabt 
Characters of Great Britain and Ireland, arranged in Chronologi- 
cal Order. By Thomas Wright. Lond. 1842-1846, 8yo. 2 toIs. 
U 4s. 

5. BSPOBT OT THB COTTNOIL 07 THB SOOIBTT OK BOMB OV THB 

Mayer Papyri and the Palimpsest MS. of (Jranius, belonging to 
M. Simomdes, Lond. Murray, 1863, 8to. Is. 



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LITEBATVBE AHD ABT, (OXTILD OF). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 18S1. 
96, WaUngUm Street {Norik\ StnmtL 
No publication* iuued. 



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LXTERATUBE, 8$$ FUBE LUEBAIUBX 80CIET7.* 



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UVEBPOOL UTERABY AND PHUOSOPHZCAL 

80GIET7. 

INSTITUTED 18H. 

Umted unth the "Natural History Society of LwerpotO,'* m 1844, 
which had been formed in 1836. 

1. List ob Commukioations, 1812-1821. Liybbpoqi^ 1821, 12mo. 
From 1821 to 1844, 8to. 

2. PBO0BBDIKG6 07 THB LiTBBABY AND PhILOSOTHIOAIj SoOIBTr 

of Lirerpool. 1844-1864, 8ro. 18 toIs. 

3. Laws abb BBauLATioNS 07 thb Sooibtt. 1848, 8?o. Again, 
1862, Syo. 

4. Hall's Ploba 07 Liybbpool. 1838, crown Svo. 

6. Db. Dukoan oh thb Hiqh Batb 07 Mobtalitt nr LmEKpooL. 
1848, 8?o. 

6. Platbs 07 THB Chbibothbbiuic Pootstbfs disootxbxd at 
Stoieton. Folio. 

7. Platbs 07 stjppobbd Fossil Fvooidba, &o. Folio. 

8. Db. Diokbnbob's Floba 07 Liybbpool and Southpobt. 1851, 
9fo. 

9. Bybblby's Fauva 07 Liybbpool jlsd Kbighboxtbhood. 1864^ 
8to. 




IirrSBPOOL LITEBABY 80CIBTT. 151 

10. Mabbat's Musoi and Hipatiojb ov Liybbfool. 1855-1860. 8to. 
IL BxY. H. H. Hiaenre' Fuirai ov Liyebpool. 1868-1859. 8to. 

12. MBTsoBOLOchicAL Tablbs. Bt John Habtaup, Litbbpool Ob- 
eer^atory. 1851-1863. 8to. 

13. Ok Tbadb asd Pabtnbbship. By Swivtok Bovj/c. Lokd. 
1855. 8to. 

14 Ifquiby tsto thb Pbopbbtibs of Biydtotov Wavbb. By 
Doctors Nevins and Edwards. Liyerpool. 1857. 8to. 

15. OV THB OpPOBTTTNITIES op AHYAircrSQ SciEirCB BNJOYBD BY THB 

Hercantiie Marine. By Dr. Collingwood. 1862. Syo, 

16. AOOOUKT OP THB PBOOEEDnrdS OP THB JUBILBB FeSTITAL OP THB 

Society, March 11th and 13th, 1862. 8yo. 

17. SuoeBsnoNS oppbbbd by thb Society to Mbmbbbs op thb BCbr« 
cantile Marine for the Gultivation of Zoology. 1862. 8to. 

18. Bbookholbs on thb Lbpidopteba op thb Hundbbd of Wibbaii. 
1864 8to. 



LIYEBPOOL ABCHITEGTUEAL AlTD ASCHiEOLOGI- 

GAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED 1849. 

1. Pbocbbdingb op thb Society. Yol. 1. 1852. Vol. II. 1857» 
4to. 2 YoLs. 

2. Ancient Liyebpool in its ABCHiTBOTiniB and BvhiDINCHI, by 
J. A. Pioton. 1849. 8vo. 

8. BxpoBT ON Liybbpool Im pboybhbnts. 1858, 8ro. 



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LIVEBFOOL POLTTECHNIC SOCIETT. 

instituted 1888 
MtetmffB are held at the Boydl InsHtuHcm, 

Joubnal op thb Liyebpool Polytechnic Society, pbok Mabos, 
1863, to June, 1864, 8ro. Each No. dd. 



IIVEEPOOL EOTAL IHSTITXTTIOIT. 

INSTITUTED 1847. 
1. PBOOBBDnrOfl OP THB BOYAL iNBTITirTION, LlYBBPOOL. ThS 

Seeaions 1848-1853, 4to. 3 vols. 

The SesBions 1864-1867 were not printed. 

2. . Thb Sessions 1858-1863, 8to* 5 Yolik 



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JJOSDOS AND MIDDLESEX ABCHiEOLOOICM; 

SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1856. 
S2, Eart Street, Bboomsbmrp. 

Teansaotions op the Society. Pabt 1, 1856 ; Purr 2, 1857 ; 
Part 3, 1860, forming Yol. I. Sro. Part 4^ 1861. Part 5> 1863. 



LONDOITOEBET NATUBAL HISTOEY SOCISTY. 

INSTITUTED 18S7. 
No Publications ascertained. 

MANCHESTER LITEBABY AND PHILOSOPHICAL 

SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1781. 
1. MXKOIBS OV THE LiTEBABY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOdETY OY 

Manchester. Warrington, 1785-1802, Svo. 5 vols. 

2. , Second Series, 1805-1860, 8vo. 15 tols. Thibd 

Series, Vol. I. Lond, 21, Regent Street. 1863, 8vo. 1/. Is. 

8. Pbooeedinos op the Society. Manohesteb, 1860-1862, 8to 
2to1s. 

4. BuLES op the Society. lb. 1861, 8to. 

MANCHESTER GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1838. 

Tbansactions op THE SOCIETY. 1841-1862, 8to. 3 vols. 

MANCHESTER NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1821. 
No Publications ascertained. 



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MANX SOCIETY. 

For the Publication of National Documents of the Isle of Man. 

INSTITUTED AT DOUGLAS, ISLE OP MAN, 1858. 

7%e Bocks are all in Svo, 

1, AOOOTTNT OP THE ISLE OP MaN, WITH A VOYAOE TO I-COLTTMB- 

Kiil. By William Sacheverell, late Goyemor of Man. With a 
PiBsertation on the Mona of Csesar and Tacitus, by Thomas 
Brown, 1703. Edited with notes by the Bey. J. GI-. Camming 
Douglas. 1859. 




MA17X SOCIETY. 153 

2. pRACnOAX GbAMM AB OP THE AnCIENT GaELIC, OB JjASaVAQTS OV 
the Isle of Man, usually called the Maiiks. By the Rev. John Kelly. 
Edited by the Rev. WilUam Gill. Douglas, 1859. 

3. Legislation by Thbee op the Thibteen Stanleys, Xings op 
Man. Acts of Sir John Stanley, 1417-1430. Legislation of the 
7th Earl of Derby, 1624-1647, &c. Edited by the Rev. W. Mac- 
kenzie, li. 1360. 

4. MONTIMENTA DE INSULA MANNIiE, OB A COLLECTION OP NATIONAL 
Documents relating to the Isle of Man. Transl. and edit, by J. R. 

• Oliver, M.D. Vol. 1, ib, 1860. Eor Vols. 2 and 3 seeNoB, 7 and 9. 

5. YxsnOIA iNSTJLiE MaNNI^ AnTIQUIOBA, OB A DiSSEBTATION ON 

the Armorial Bearings of the Isle of Man. The Regalities and Pre- 
rogatives of its Ancient Kings ; Customs, Laws, and Constitutional 
Government of the Manx people, &c. By H. R. Oswald. Ib. I860* 

6. Fxltham's Toub thbouoh the Isle op Man nr 1797 Aim 1798. 
Edited by the Rev. Robert Airy. Ib. 1861. 

7. MONITMENTA DE INSULA MaNNUB, ETC. EDITED BY J. B. OUTEQ, 

M.D. Vol. 2. Ib. 1861. 

8. BlBLIOTHECA MONENSIS, A BiBLIOOBAPHICAL ACOOUNT OP WOBES 

relating to the Isle of Man. By William Harrison. Ib, 1861. 

9. MONUMENTA DE INSULA MANNIiE, ETC. EDITED BY J. R. OlIVEB, 

M.D. Vol. 3. /*. 1863. 

10. Abstbact op the Laws, Cubtoks, and Obdinances op the Islb 
of Man. By Deemster Parr. Edited by James Gell. Ib. 1862. 

11. Shobt Tbeatise op the Isle op Man, digested into Six Chap- 
ters. By James Chaloner, Governor. Repr. from King's Vale 
Royal. 1656. Edit, by the Rev. J. G. Gumming. Ib. 1863. Plates. 

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. 

INSTITUTED 1773. 
82 a, George Strfiety Hanoovr Sgyare. 

1. Medical Obsebtations and Inquibies. Lond. 1784, 8to. 6 vols. 

2. Mbmoibs op the Society. Lond. 1787-1805, 8vo. 6 tols. 

3. Tbansactions op the Society, pbom 1797-1805, 8yo. 6 vols. 
1810, 8vo. 1 vol. 1817, 8vo. 1 vol. New Series, Vol. I. 1846, 
8vo. 78. 6d. ; Vol. II. 1862, 8vo. 8 parts, 6d. enQh.—AU pubUahed. 

4. Catalogue op the London Medical Society. Lond. 1803, 8vo. 

6. Obations delitebed bepobe the Medical Society op London 
by Richard Saumarez. Lond. 1813, 8vo. 



KOYAL MEDICAL AND CHIEURGICAL SOGIETT. 

INSTITU'I^ED IN LONDON, 1805. INCORPORATED, 1834. 
53, B&mera Street, Oxford Street, 

1. Medico-Chibubgical Tbansactions op the Society. Lond. 
Longman, 1809-1863, 8vo. 46 vols. 129. each vol. ; an Index to 
Vols. L to XXXnL 8vo. 



154 BOYAL IIEDICAL AJBTD CHIBUSaiCAL SOCIETY. 

■ 

2. FBOOEEDIVaS 07 THX SocnCTT 7B0X THB CoiOaiNOXMlEirT IV 1857' 

1864, Svo. 4 Tols. 

8. OaTALOGTHS op THB LlBBABT OP THB BOTAIi MbBICAIi AKD ChI- 

rurgical Society. Bj Beojamin Bobert Wheatlej, libmiaiu 
Lond. 1856, 8to. 

4. IlTDEZ TO THB CaTAIOGTTB OP THB LiBBABT, OOBTAHmra AV 

Alphabetical List of the Subjects, with the Names of the Authors. 
By Bexgamin Bobert Wheatley. Lond. 1860, 8to. 



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HEDICAL AND CHIEVEGICAL KHOWLEDGE 
(SOCIETT FOE THE IMFBOVEMENT OF). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1792. 

Tbikbaotioits OP THB SooiBTT. LoBP. 1793-1812, 8ro. 3 YOIA. 



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HEDICAL (PEOVINCIAL) ASSOCIATIOV. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1882. 

1. Tbaitsaotions op THB Pbotivcial Mbdioal AssooiATioir. FiBST 

Series. Lond. 1833-1844. 8vo. 12 yoIs. 

2. — , Sbcobd Sebibs, 1845-1853. 8yo. 7 yols. 

This Association is now denominated the 

BEITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATIOV, 

Wbbely Joubnal op THB Bbitibh Mbdicai. Assooiatiok. Lohd. 
Bichards, 37, Qreat Queen Street. 1854-1864, 8yo. 184 Noe. 
Each No. 6d. 

MEDICO-BOTAiriCAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1821. 

1. Tbavsactioks op THB SooiBTY. YoL. 1, LoND. 1829-1833, 8to. 

2. Byb-Laws op THB Society. Lond. 1828, 8to. 

Biuolved. 

METEOEOLOOICAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1821. 
1. TbAITSACTIOVS op THB MSTBOBOLOaiOAJ^ SOOIBTY. YOL. 1^ 

1839, 8vo. 
2. Laws and BBavLATiONS op the Sooibtt. Lond. 1824, S^o. 

This Sodety has been ineceeded by the 
BEITISH METEOEOLOGICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 18B1. 
26, Great Oeotye Street, Wettminstert 
1. BePOBTS op THB BbITISH MBTEOBOLOaiCAL SOOIETT. LOHD. 

1851-1861, 8vo. OutqfprM. 



BSITISn METEOBOLOGIOAL SOOIETT. 155 

8. FBOOBKDiNas OP THE Bbitish Mbtbosolooioax Sooiett. Toil. 

1, Not. 1861 to June 1863, 8vo., Lond. Taylor and Francis. Vol. 

2, DiToT. 1863 to June 1864, 8yo. 6 Nos. 2s. to 48. each No. 
Continued, 

3. List ov Mehbxss aitd Gatalogtte ov the Society's Libraxt. 
Lend. 1862, 8yo. 

XETBOPOLITAN ASSOGIAXIOIT OF MEDICAL 

OFFIGEES OF HEALTH. 

INSTITUTED 1856. 
SeotMk Corporatim Hail, Crane Courts KO, 

Befobts avd Gisoulabs 07 thb'Assooiation, 1866-1864, 8to. 

MICEOSGOPIGAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1839. 
21, Regent Strut, 

1. Tbaksactions oe the Micboscofioal Sooiett. Lond. 1842- 
1852, 8yo. Continued in the 

2. QlTABTEBLY JOUBNAL OE MiCBOSOOFICAL SOIENOE. EDITED BY 

Edwin Lankester, M.D.« and George Busk. Lond. Ghurchill, 
1852-1856, 8YO.,4yoi8. New Series, 1860-1863, 8yo. 3 yols. con- 
tinued quarterly $ each No. 4s. The last No., April, 1864. 

HOTETT SOCIETT. 

For the Publication of Ancient Church Musie. 
INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1841. 

Cojjxcnov ojf Ancient Ghttboh Musio. Edited by Db. E. F. 
Sixnbault. (Gonsisting of Anthems for Festiyals, Morning and 
Evening Seryices, and Miscellaneous Anthems, by the most cele- 
brated early Italian and English writers. The whole of the Latin 
compositions being here for the first time adapted to English 
words.) Lond. (1842), imperial 4to., 5 parts. 

This Society has discontinaed the issue of Publications. 



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KirSICAL AITTIOTIABIAH SOCIETT. 

For reprinting works of rarit7, careMly edited. 
INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1840. 

1. A Mass eob Fite Yoioes, by William Bybd, 1668. Edited, 
with a Memoir, by E. F. Bimbault. Lond. 1841, folio. 

2. FiBST Set of Enolish Madbighals fob thbee, foitb, fite, 
and six yoices, by John Wilbye, 1598. Edited by James Turle, 1841. 

S. Dido and ^keas; An Ofeba, by Hsnby Fubcbll, 1676. 
Edited by Gt, A. Macfuren, 1841. 



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156 inrsiOAL ahttquabiak soctxtt. 

4. FiEST Set op Madeigam op Fitb Pakts, by Orlasdo Gib- 
bona, 1612. Edited by Sir George Smart, 1841. 

5. FiBST Book op Ballets to Fite Voices, by Thokas Moh- 
lej, 1595. Edited by E. F. Bimbault, 1842. 

6. CAFTioyss Sacb£, pob pite Voices, by Wiuxam Bybd, 1589. 
Edited by W. Horsley, 1842. 

^. BOITDTTCA, A TbAOEDY ; WiTH MlTSIO COICFOSED BY HeITBY 

Purcell, 1695. Edited, with a Historical Sketch of Early EngliAh 
Dramatic Music, by E. F. Bimbault, 1842. 

8. FiBST Set op Madbigals pob thbee, poitb, piyb, Ain> six 
Voices, by Thomas Weelkee, 1597. Edited by E.J. Hopkins, 1843. 

9. Fantasies op thbee pabts pob Violas, by Oblaitdo Gxebchts, 

in the Beign of James I. Edited by E. F. Bimbault, 1843. 

10. King Abthtjbj Ait Opeba, by Hekby Pvbcell: ISaw piest 
printed. Edited by Edward Taylor, 1843. 

11. FiBST Set op Songs, in povb pabts, by John Dowland, 1595. 
Edited by William ChappeU, 1844. 

12. The Whole Book op Psalms, with Tunes, in poitb Fabtb, 
by Thomas Este. 1592. Edited by E. F, Bimbault, 1844. 

13. Aybes; OB, Fa. Las pob thbee Voices, by John Hilton, 
1627. Edited by Joseph Warren, 1844. 

14. Madbigals to Foub Voices, by John Bennett, 1599. Epited 
by E. J. Hopkins, 1845. 

15. Collection op Anthems by Composebs op the Madbigalian 
Era. Edited by E. F. Bimbault, 1845. 

16. FiBST Set op Madrigals, by Thomas Bateson, 1604. Edited 
by E. F. Bimbault, LL.D. 1846. 

17. Second Set op Madbigals, by John Wilbyb. Edited by 
G. W. Budd, 1846. 

18. Pabthenia, OB THE FiBST Musio pob the Vibginals. Edited 
by Dr. Bimbault, 1847. 

19. Pubcell's Ode pob St. Cecilia's Bay, 1692. Edited by Be. 
Bimbault, 1847. 

This Society is dissolved. 

NATIONAI ASSOCIATION FOE THE FEOMOTIOir OF 

SOCIAL SCIENCE. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1857. 
8, Waterloo Place, TtiU MaU. 
The Books are all in Svo. 

1. Transactions op the Association, Inattgubal Addbessbs. and 
Select Papers, at the First Annual Meeting held at Birmingham, 
1857. Lond. 1858. 15s. 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OP SOCIAL BCIXKCE. 157 

2. Traksactioks ot the Association, Sscons Aitnual MEirnra 
at Lirerpool, 1858. Lond. 1859. IGs. 

3. Thied Astsvajj Meeting at Bbadeobb, 1859, Loitd. 

1860. 168. 

4 FOTTETH AjSrSTJAJi MEETING AT Q^IASQOW, 1860. LoND. 

1861. 12&. 

5. Fifth Annual Meeting at DrBLiN,1861. Lond. 1862. 

12s 

6, ■ SlXTHANNlTAI.MEETINGATli0ND0N,1862. LOND. 1863. 

12s. 

7. — — — Seventh Annual Meeting at Edinbuegh, 1863. Lond. 

1864. 12s. 

8. Tbade Societies and Steizes. Repobt of the Committee on 
Trade Societies. 1860. 651pp. lOs, 

9. CoNGBES Inteenational de Bienpaisance, Compte Eendu, 
Session de Londres, 1862. 2 vols. Svo. French and English. 
Pp. 423, 227. 78. 6d. 

10. Annales de l'Assooiation Intebnationale poub xe Fbogbes 
des Sciences Sociales. Bmxelles. 1862. 5 Farts, 8vo. 16s. 

11. Addbesses of the Pbesident and Pbesidents of Defabtments, 
London Meeting, 1862. Is. 6d. 

12. Annual Bepobt of Jubispbudence Depaetment. 1864. 

13. Chabitable Teusts. By Sie W. Page Wood, Y.C. I860. 6d. 
14. Bepobt, 1860. 6d. 

15. Convict Discipline. By &e "Waltee Cbofton, O.B. 1864. 

16. COEONEB, FiBST ANNUAL RePOBT OF THE, FOB THE CeNTEAL Dis- 
trict of Middlesex. By Edwin Lankester, M.D. 1864. 6d. 

17. County Coubts Act Amendment Bill, Bepobt on the. 1864. 
6d. 

18. Cbiminal Appeal, Suggestions fob the Amendment of the 
Law in cases of. By G. Harry Palmer. 1864. 6d. 

19. Dwellings fob the Wobking- Classes. The Facilities which 

the Law may give for Small Investments in Beal Property, and 
the Means they would afford of Improving the Dwellings of the 
People, and the Condition of the Working Classes. By Thomas 
Hare. 1864. 6d. 

20. Ecclesiastical Jubisdiction, on a Pboposed New Couet of. 
By George W. Hastings. 1864. 6d. 

21. Elections, Suggestions fob an obganization fob bestbaint 
of Corruption at. By W. D. Christie. 1864. 6d. Beport on 
ditto. 1864. 6d. 

22. Education. Bepobt of a Discussion on the Pboposed Admis- 
sion of Girls to University Local Examinations, held at a Special 
Meeting of the National Association. 1864. 6d. 







158 KATIOKAL AB80CIATI0V OT BOOIAIi SOISlTOltf. 

88. HlBTOBT AXJ> 0BJE0T8 OT THS NATIONAX AsSOCIATIOir TOS TRl 

Promotion of Social Scienoe $ being the Introduction to the Tram* 
aetiotu of 1861. 6d. 

24. Hospitals, Notes oir thb Saiotabt Coitditiov ov. Bt Flo- 
rence Nightingale. 1858. 6d. 

25. Fapebs Ain) Discussions ov thb Londoit Mssrisa ov tee Ka- 
tional Association, 1862 ; being the Transactions of the Depart- 
ments of Jurisprudence, Education, Punishment and B^orma- 
tion, Public Health, Social Eoonom j, and Trade and Intematioiial 
Law. 2s. each Part. 

26. Taxation, Dibeot and Indibbot. Pafebs bt W. Newmabch, 
Julius Pajrtridge, Duncan McLaren, Liyerpool Financial Beform 
Association. 1861. 6d. 

27. Tbansfobtation. Bepobt ov a Special Meeting ov thb Na- 
tional AssociAtion on Transportation of Criminals. 1863. 6d. 



NAVAL ABCHITECTUBE ONSTITnTION OF). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1880. 
7, Ade^hi Terrace, 

Tbansaotions ov thb LsrsTiTUTioN, 1860-1864. 4to. 4, Yols. plates. 



NEWCASTLE-OHr-TTNE SOCIETT OF AlTTiaXTABIES. 

INSTITUTED 1818. 

1. FiBST Befobt ov the Society ov Antiquabibs, Nbwoastlb- 
upon-Tyne, 1814, 4to. 

2. ABCHiBOLOaiA ^LIANA, OB MISCELLANEOUS TbACTS BBLATING 

to Antiquity, published by the Society of Antiquaries, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Newcastle, 1822-1856, 4to. 4 toIs. — New Series^ New- 
castle, 1857-1864, 8yo. 6 vols. 

3. Pipe Bolls, ob Shebiw's Annual Accotjnts ov the Beyb- 
nues of the Crown for the Counties of Cumberland, Westmoreland, 
and Durham, during the Beigns of Henry I., Bichard I., and 
John. Newcastle. 1847, royad Svo. 

4. Cataloque ov the Manuscripts, Books, Bouan aitd otheb 
Antiquities belonging to the Society. Newcastle, 1889, 8vo. 

5. Illustbativb and Descbiptivb Catalogue ov the Inscbibbd 
and Sculptured Stones of the Boman Period, in the possession ol 
the Society. Newcastle, 1867, Svo. woodcuts. 

6* Choboobaphia, A Subyet ov Newcastle, 1649. Bbfbintei)^ 
1818, small folio. 

8m * Bibliographe/B Manual,' p. 940. 



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7. Tradsbmeits' Tokens ov thx Sevjeittbjsath Csntubt ik the 
Cabinet of the Society. Newcastle, 1854, 8to. 

8. HiSTOBY 07 BOMAK AITD SaZON NOBTHUMBEBI>Ain> (BEHrO- THE 

Supplementary Yolume to Hodgson's History of Northumberland.) 
1857, 4to., 1 vol., 2/. 2s. 

9. CATALOaUE OP THE LiBBAST BBLONanrO- TO THE SoOIETT, IN- 

duding the Manuscripts, Drawings, Prints, and Maps* Newcas- 
tle, 1863, 8to. 



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HEWCASTLEK)ir-T7N£ TTPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETT* 

INSTITUTED 1818. 

7%t* 9erie8 of Ptiblicatioru had been commenced in 1817 by gentlemen 
who afterwards formed themselves into a Society. The Books are all 
in crown 6vo. They are here classified as in Martinis Catalogue 
of Privately-printed Books, and in the Catalogue of the Library of 
J, W, K. Eyton, Esq. 1848. 

Poetry. 

1. Cheyiot, a Poetical Fbaoment, by R. W. (Eobebt White). 
Edited by J. Adamson. 1817. 2 wood cuts by Bewick. 221 
copies prints, including 2 on India and 2 on tinted paper. 

2. Mabbiaoe op the Coquet and the Alwine. Edited by J. 
Adamson. 1817. 2 wood cuts. 225 ccpies printed, including 3 
on India and 2 on tinted paper. 

S. Likes addbessed to Lady Bybon, by Mbs. Cogeib. 1817. 20 
copies printed, including 8 on India and 3 on tinted paper. Be- 
printed by Gt, N. Olarl^ 1839. 

4. Befly to Lobd Bybon's *Fabe-thee-we£l,' by Mbs. Oockle. 
1817. 20 capies printed. Beprinted by Gt. N. Clark, 1839. 

5. EiEaY TO THE Memoby oe the Pbincess Chablotte, by Mbs. 
Cockle. 1817. 20 copies printed. Beprinted by G-. N. Clark, 1839. 

6. ExEGY to the Sake. By Wimjam Gabbett. 1817. 36 
ccpies printed, 

7. EiEGr on the Death op King Geobge III., by Mbs. Cookie. 
1820. 20 copies pnnted. Beprinted by G. N. Clark, 1839. 

8. Addbess deliyebed in the Loyal Nobthtjmbbian Social So- 
ciety, Aug. 28, 1821, by W. G. Thompson. 1822. Wood cuts. 
100 copies printed. 

9. Yebses (on Wintee) weitten at the House op Mb. Hendeb- 
son at Longleeford, near Cheyiot. 1823. 130 copies printed, in- 
cluding 4 on India and 2 on tinted paper. 

10. The Vicae's Will and Codicil. 1824. Wood Cut. 200 
copies printed. 

11. Lines on the Death op Lobd Byeon, by W. G. Thompson, 

1824. 100 copies printed. 




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12. Poetical Address, delitbsxd at the Akkitebsaby MExrnra 
of the Burns' Club at Newcastle, 1824, by W. G. Thompson. 1824. 
100 ccpies printed. 

13. Poetical Address, delitered at the sahb Olitb, nr 1825, by 
W. Q-. Thompson. 1825. 100 copia printed, 

14 Stanzas on the intended new Line ov Road fbow Potticae 
Lane to Leybum Hall. 1825. 100 copies printed, and 2 on fine 
paper. 

15. Lines to a Boy pirRSTTiN& a Bxtttebfly, by Mas. SEPTnms 
Hodgson. 1826. 80 copies printed. 

16. Epistle to Pbospeko, by J. M. db Pando. Teanslated into 
English by tlie Rev. Hugh Salvin. 1828. 100 copies printed. 

17. Cowper's Rose Bushes, edited by J. Fenwick. 1829. 100 
copies printed. 

18. The Tynemofth Nun, a Poem, by Robert White, edited by 
J. Adamson. 1829. 200 copies printed^ including 2 on India and 
2 on tinted paper. 

19. The Collier's Wedding, by E. Chicken. 1829. 

20. Imperii Caput et Rerum Puloherrima Roma. Cabmen Lati- 
num apud Scholam Novacastrensem aureo numismate Donum. 
Auctore E. H. Adamson. 1831. 100 copies printed. 

21. Lay op the Reed Water Minstrel, with Notes, by R. Roxby. 
1832. Wood cut. 300 copies printed. 

22. Lines sueassTED by the Death of Vice- Admiral Lord Col- 
lingwood, by W. N. BameU. 1842. 250 copies printed. 

23. The Foundation Stone: a Hymn. By Dr. Lushtnoton. 
Edited by J. Fenwick, 1850. 

24. JUYENILIA QUJEDAM CaBMINA, AUCTORE AlEIANDRO RhIND 

Webster, Scholee Novocastrensis alunmo. Edited by J. T. Brock- 
ett. 1834. 

25. The G-athebivo Ode op the Fenwyesi op Northumberland. 
By W. Richardson. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1843. 100 copies 
printed. 

On Angling. 

26. The Angler's PsoaBESS, a Poem, by H. Boaz. 1820. 300 
copies printed, 

27. On the Pleasure and Utility op Angling, a Paper bead to 
the Waltonian Club. Newcastle, Jan. 26, 1824, by W. A. Mitchell, 
1824. 250 copies printed. 

28. The Tyne Fisheb's Fabewell to his pavourite Stream on 
the approach of Winter, by W. Q-. Thompson. 1824. 300 copies 
printed. 



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29. The Fishbe's Gaeland pob 1821—1845, by E. Boxb7, W. G. 
Thompson, William Green, Thomas Donbleday, W. A. Chatto, 
&c., (25 Tracts). Wood cuts mostlj bj T. Bewick. 800 cqpiet 
of each printed. 

30. The Auld Fishee's Invitation to his Feiend, by B. Boxby. 
1844. 

81.* Collection of Bight Meeeie Gaelands poe Countey Angleea, 
edited by Joseph Orawhall, and continued to the present year, with 
illustrative Notes and Wood Outs, the Music to each Garland, 
Autogr&phs of Authors, &o. Printed by Ballantyne and Co., for 
Qeorge Butland, Newcastle-on-Tyne, n. d. (1864), 128. 6d. 

Biography. 

32. LiEB AND Death op Bishop Launcelot Andebwes. Feinted 
London, 1650. Beprinted, edited by J. T. Brockett, 1817. Por- 
trait. 80 copies printed, including 4 in 4to. 

33. Shoet Veewe op the Long Lipe and Baignb op Heney III. 
presented to King James. 1627. Beprinted, edited by J. T. 
Brockett. 1817. Portrait. 

34. Remembbance op the Honoxtes due to the Lipe and Death op 
Bobert, Earle of Salisbury. Lond. 1612. Beprinted, edited by 
J. T. Brockett. 1818. Portrait. 136 copies printed. 

85. Mehoies op the Public Lipe op Sie Waltee Blaceett, by 
John Straker. 1819. Portrait. 260 copies printed. 

36.* Hemoib op Maemaduee Tunstall and Geoege Allan, with 
Kotices of the Works of T. Bewick, by G. T. Fox. 1827. Por- 
trait. 25 copies printed. 

37. Lipe op Ambeose Baenes, some timb Aldebman op Newcastle, 
by M. B. Edited by Sir Cuthbert Sharp. 1828. 100 copies 
printed and 2 small 4to. 

38 * Memoie op Thomas Bewick, by J. T. Bbockett, with a Des- 
criptive Catalogue of his Works. 1830, portrait and wood-cute, 
25 copies printed. 

39. Obituaeies op J. Losh, J. Beuce, B, H. Williamson, and 
the Bev. B. Wasney, by J. Fenwick. 1836, portraits. 250 copies 
printed. 

40. Biogeaphical Sketch op Joshua Mabshman, D.D., op Se- 
latnpore, by J. Fenwick. 1838. 150 copies printed 

41. Obituaey op Chaeles Newby Wawn. By. J. Fenwick. 1840 

Anotlier edition, portrait, 1840. 

42. Bboolleotions op Ann Fenwick, by J. Fenwick, fobteaix. 
1840. 

48. Obituaey Besolutions op the Committee op the Newcastlb- 
upon-Tyne Bible Society. Edited by J. Fenwick, 1842. 100 
copies printed. 



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4A. BiO0BAPHiOAii Skxtch ot John Tbottes Bsoceett bt J. 
Feowick. 1843, portrait. 2^ copiei printed. 

45. BiOGiLkPHiOAii Notice op thb Bitf. Wm. Cabet, D.D., op Se- 
rampore, bj the Hon. and Bey. W. Herbert. Edited by J. Fen- 
wick, 1843. 150 copies printed. 

46. BlOGBAFHICAL SKETCHES OP JOSHTJA MaBSHKAIT, D.D., OP 8b- 

rampore. Edited by J. Fenwick, 1843, port. 150 copies printed, 

47. Memoib op the ;^sy. J. Fabbeb. Edited by J. FsirwiCK, 

1844, portrait. 250 copies printed. 

48. Obituaby Notice op Mb. Williaic A. Hatls, by J. Feitwick. 

1845. 150 copies printed. 

49. Obituaby Notice op the Lipb asd Mikistby op the Bet. 
J. Mack, of Serampore. Edited by J. Fenwick, 1846, portrait 
250 copies printed. 

50. Mehoib op John Tbotteb Bbookett, by J. Feztwice, 1846. 
100 copies printed. 

51. A G^enealooy op the Famhy op Badclyppe, op Dilbtov, 
compiled by James Ellis. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1850. 

52. Obits op bomb op the mobe distinouished MEMBEBfl op thb 
Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle. Edited by J. 
Fenwick. 1857. 

53. A Sketch op the Ship-Boy Lipe op John Fenwice:, F.S.A. 1857. 

History. 

54. CnoBoaBAPHiA, ob a Sitbyby op NEWcABTLE-trpoK-TYifrE, by 
William Grey. Printed 1649. Beprinted, edited by W. Ghurret, 
1818. 220 copies printed. 

55. ACCOTTNT OP THE GeEAT FlOODS IN THE BlYEBS TyMB, TeES, 

Wear, Eden, &c., in 1771 and 1815. With an account of the Ir- 
ruption of Solway Moss. Edited by W. Garret, 1818. 300 
Cities printed. 

66. His Majesties PASSiNa thbough the Scots Abmie, aitd the 
Manner of the Scots marching out of Newcastle. Printed in 1641, 
reprinted, edited by J. T. Brockett, 1820. 100 copies printed, and 
1 copy small 4do. 

57. An Experimental and Exact Belation itpon that pamoits 
and renowned Siege of Newcastle, &c. By William Lithgow. 
Edinb. 1645. Beprinted, edited by J. T. Brockett. 1820* 200 
cf^ies printed. 

58.* Account op the Bejoicinos, Illitminations, &c., that have 
taken place in Newcastle and Gatesh^d, from 1761 to 1821. 
Printed for John Sykes, 1821, wood-cuts. 300 copies printed. 

59. Heeeaptee ensue the teewb Encountbe ob BatayiiE lately 
don betwene Englande and Scotlande, (Flodden Field). Em- 
prynted by Bichard Faques, n. d. Beprinted in Black Letter, 
edited by W. Garret, 1822. 



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60 A Pastiottlab Bblatiok ov thb TAZura op Nbwoastlb, ths 
Bendering of the Castle, &c. sent by an Expresse to the Commis- 
sioners of Scotland, October 29, 1644. Lond. printed 1644. Be- 
pnntedt edited by J. T. Brockett, 1825. 100 ccpiet printed, and 1 
in small 4/o. 

61. Full Belatiok ov the Soots Maboh fbok Babwioki to Nsw- 
Castle, &o. Lond. 1644, Beprinted. Edited by J. T. Brockett, 1827. 
I 200 copies printed^ and 2 6maU 4do. 

! 62. k COMFASISON OP THE GbEAT ENGLISH Ain> FbENOH BbYOLU- 

tions, by William Bainbridge. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1844. 

63. The Pbotest op Cebtain Lobds against the Bill op At- 
tainder of Sir John Fenwick. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1854. 

64l The Pbocbssion at the Kobthxtkbebland Assizes, 1852. 

65. Slogans op the Nobth op England, by M. A. Dinham, J. 
Fenwick, and W. H. D. Longstaffe. 1851. 

CoinB and Medals. 

66. Episcopal Coins op Dubham, and the Monastic Coins op 
Beading daring the reigns of Edward I. II. and III. by B. Bart- 
lett. With Notes and Illustrations by J. T. Brockett, 1817. 100 
copies printed, and 4 demy 8vo. and 1 4^o. 

67. Essay on the Means op Distinguishing Antique pbom 
Counterfeit Coins and Medals. Translated from the French of 
M. Beauvais, with Notes and Illustrations by J. T. Brockett, 1819. 
205 copies printed and 4 demy Sfo. 

68. Seleota Nuhismata Aubea Iupebatobuii Bomanobum, a 
Museo Joannis Trotter Brockett. 1822. 32 copies printed. 

Printing. 

69. Mekoib on the Obigin op Pbinting; Addbessed to John 
Topham, by Ralph Willet. Beprinted from the Archssologia. 
Edited by J. T. Brockett. 1818. 82 copies printed. Second 
Edition by T. Hodgson. 1820. 150 copies printed, 

70. Obsebtations on the Obigin op Pbinting, in a Letteb to 
O.S.Brereton,byBalphWillett. Edited by John Murray. 1819. 
32 copies printed, 

71. Histobical Essay on the Obigin op Pbinting, Tbanblated 
from the French of M. de la Soma Santander, by Thos, Hodgson. 
1819. 176 copies printed, 

72. BlOGBAPHICAL MeHOIBS OP WlLUAM GeD, INCLUDING A PaB- 

ticular Account of his progress in the Art of Block Printing. 
Edited by Thos. Hodgson, 1819. 160 copies printed. 
73. Essay on the Obigin and Pbogbess op Stebeotype Pbint- 
ing, including a Description of the Various Processes. By Thoa 
Hodgson. 1820. 806 copies printed. 




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lEisoeUaneoug. 

74. TTTNTS OS THE PbOPBIXTZ of ESTABUSHIHa A TrPOaaAFEICAL 

Society in NewcMtle-upoo-Tyne, by J. T. Brockett. 1818. 200 
copies printed. 

75. Ebsay on thb Gultitatiok ot Tastx as a Pbopeb Object 
of attention in the Education of Youth, by William. Enfield, 
LL.D. 1818. 4 copies printed uniform laith the Seriegj and 150 
demy Svo./or sale, 

76. CAiALoaiTB or the Books and Tkacts PBDmD at the Pbi- 
yate Press of George Allan, at Darlington. Compiled by J. T. 
Brockett. 1818. 24 copies printed, and 76 large paper, 

77. GoKOHOLoaiOAii Tables, compiusd pbincipaijiY pob the use or 
Shell Collectors, by J. Adamson. 1823. 100 copies printed, 

78. Lettees op the Eet. John Beand, Eexlow and Secbetasy op 
the Society of Antiquaries, addressed to Mr. Ralph Beilby, of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1825. 100 copies 
printed, 

79.* Accoitnt op the Stattjb op EIino Charles II., fosxeely oir 
Tyne Bridge, Newcastle, with the Pasquinade ou its B«moTal to 
the Exchange ; and the Reply. 1826. 

80. Bibliotheca Lttsitana; ob Catalootte op Books Aim Tbacts 
relating to the History, Literature, and Poetry of PortugaL By 
John Adamson. 1836. 100 copies printed. 

81.* Lttsitana Illxtstbata : Notices on the Histoey, Antiquities, 
Literature, &c., of Portugal, with Biographical Sketches of the 
Author. By John Adamson. 2 Parts. 1842-1846. 

82. Letteb ov the Rev. John Bband to Mb. John Aibey, op New- 
castle-upon-Tyne. Edited by Q-. N. Clark. 1842. 50 capies 
printed. 

83. Memobial to the Senate op Hahbitboh and Letteb to the 
Eing of Denmark. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1843. A plate of 
Arms and 2 wood-cut Vignettes. 150 copies printed. 

84. Account op the Monument to Abchibald Reed. Edited 
by Q-. N. Clark. 1846. 

85. DiALoauE between the Noeth and South Tyne Riyebs, in 
Northumberland. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1850. 

86. Repobt op PBOOEEDiNas POB Tbeasube Tbote in the Babony 
of Wark. Edited by J. Fenwick. 

87. Tbeasube Tbove in Nobthumbebland. Edited by J. Fek- 
wick. 1861. 

88. Lettebs between Jahes Ellis, Esq., A2n> Waxteb Scott, 
Esq. Edited by J. Fenwick. 1850. 

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lEWGASTLE-ON-TTNE LITEBABT AHD 
PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIEIT. 

INSTITUl'ED 1798. 

1. Transactions, Papbes, and Memoirs op the Society. Vol. 1, 
Part 1. Newcastle, 1831. 8vo. AU published. 

2. Gaialogtje op the Libbasy op the Society. Newcastle. 1848. 
8vo. 

3. Supplement to the CATALoauB. lb, 1858. 8vo. 

foefole: and Norwich AECHiEOLoaiCAL 

SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED AT NORWICH, 1846. 

1. KOSPOLK ABOHJEOLOaY : OB, MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OP 
Tracts relating to the Antiquities of the Couuty of Norfolk. Nor< 
wich, 1847-1864. 8vo. 6 vols. 

2. Engeaving op a Gold Niello pofnd in Noepolk, with Db- 
scription bj the Committee of the Society. 1850. 

3. Views op the Gates op Noewich, dbawn in the Yeabs 1792, 

1793, by the late John Ninham ; with an Historical Introduction, 
Extracts from the Corporation Becords, and Papers of the late 
John Kirkpatrick. Contributed by Robert Fitch, Hon. Treasurer 
and Secretary. 1861. 4to. 

HOEFOLK AND NOEWICH LITEEAEY 

INSTITUTION. 

INSTITUTED AT NORWICH, 1822. 
1. CATALOaiTE OP THE LlEBABY OP THE INSTITUTION SYSTEMATICALLY 

arranged, with an Alphabetical Index. Norwich, 1842. 8vo. 

2, Appendix to the Cataloghje. Noewich, 1847. 8yo. 

3. SiiooND Appendix to the Catalogue. lb. 1852. 8vo. 

4 Annual Catalogues op the Wobes added to the Libbaby, 
alphabetically arranged. lb. 1852-1863. Svo. 



NOETH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF 
MINING ENGINEEBS. 

INSTITUTED AT NEWCASTLE, 1851. 

Teansactions op the Institute op Mining Engineebs. Lond 
Weale. 1852-1863. Boyal Svo. 12 yols. 1/. Is. each yoL 



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NOKTHAHPTOH AEGHITECTTTBAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 18i4. 

1. Ahvfal Ebfobts 07 THE SooiETY, 1844-1849, 8to. Afeebwabds 
published in Conjunction with the York, Worcestershire, Lincok, 
Leicester and Bedfordshire Societies. Lincoln, Brooke and Yibert 
1850-1863, 8vo. 6 vols, and Vol. VII. Part 1. 

2. AbohiteotubaIi Notices oe the Chtibches op thx Aechdxa- 
conrj of Korthfunpton. Oxford, 1845-1848. 8yo. 

8. Bepobt of the Fafebb bead at the Stampobd Meeting, 
with Account of the Excursion. 1850, 8yo. 

4. Sefulohbal Bbasses op KoBTHAMPTOirsHiBE. 1852, 8yo. 



NOBTEUHBEBLAin) AGBICULTUUAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT ALNWICK, IBift. 
JOTTBVAL OP THE NOBTHXTMBEBLAIO) AaBICtn/riJBAIi SoCIETT. ASF- 

wick, 1846-1851. 8yo, 6 parts. 

KOETH NOBTHUMBEELAirD COTTAGE IMPBOVE. 

HENT SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT DURHAM, 1841. 

AinruAL BxFOBTS op the Committee. Lond. 1842-1845. Syo. 



NOBTHUMBEELAXD, DUBHAM, AND NEWCASTLE 
NATUBAL HISTOBT SOCIETT. 

instituted at NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, 1829. 

1. TBAirSACTIOirS OP THE SOCIETT. KeWCASTUS. (LoKD. LONGMAN'S.) 

1831-1838. 4to. 2 vols. 4/. 46. 

2. ASDBESS TO THE SOCIETY, BY THE BeT. W. TuBNEB. NeWCABTIE. 

1829. Svo. 



NUHISHATIC SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1836. 
13. Gate Strut, Lincoln^a Xnn Mekb. 
I, NXTMIBMATIO JOUBNAL. EDITED BY JOHK YONGE AKEBMAV. 

June, 1836, to April, 1838. 8yo. 2 yols. plates. 
Continaed under the following Titie :— 



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2. ^mnsMATio Chboniolb and Joubnal op the Numishatio 
Societj. Edited by J. Y. Akerman. First Series, 1838-1860, 
8yo. 20 vols, plates. Second Series. Lond. J. Russell Smith, 1861- 
1863. 8to. 3 vols., and continued in quarteriy piurts, 5s. each part. 

Proceedings of tbe Society are inserted periodically in the ' Numitmatie OhronieU.* 

8. ObSSBYATIONS ok the GoiNAaE OE THE Anciekt Bbitons, 
Bead before the Society, March, 1837* By John Yonge Akerman. 
Lond. 1837. 4to. 

4. FUBTHSB ObSEBTATIONS on THE COINAGE OF THE ANOIENT 

Britons. By J. Y. Akerman. Lond. 1839. 4to. 



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OBSTETBICAL SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1868. 
6S, Bemers Street, Oxford Street. 

Bbfobts ot the Obstetbioal Socibtt. Lond. Longman, 1859- 
1863. 8yo. 5 vols., 15s. each vol. 



ODOITTOLOOIOAL SOCIETT OF LONDON. 

INSTITUTED 1866. 
82, SoAo Square, 

Tbansaotions of the Society. Vol. I. Lond. Chitbchill. 1858, 
8T0. 8fl. 6d. Vol. II. by the Society, 1861. VoL III. ib, 1863. 

OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL (EOTAL LONDON). 

INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 186«. 
Bloomfield Street, Fin$bury. 

BiFOBTS AND JOUBNAL OF THE BOYAIi LONDON OFHTHAUaO HOS- 

pitaL Edited by J. E. Streatfield. Lond. 1857—1860. 8yo. 8 vols, 
each ToL 10s. 6d. 



OBENET NATTJBAL HISTOBT SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT KIRKWALL, 1887. 
No pubUeatioM ascertained. 



OBKNET ANTiaiTABIAN AND NATUBAL HISTOBT 

SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT KIRKWALL, 1844, 
No pudHcaiiofU ascertained. 



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OEiriTHOLOGICAL SOCIETT OF LONDOV. 

INSTITUTED 1837. 

The Cottage, 8t. Jame£ Parh, 

No pubUcatiom issued. 



OSSIANIG SOCIETT. 

INSTITUTED AT DUBLIN, 1853. 

For the PresflrVAtion and Publication of Hanaserlpta in the Irish Lannrnage, 
illastrative of the Fenian period of Irish History, &c., with Literal Translations 
and Notes. 

The number of Members is now about 300, but there have been 900. 
The books are published in Svo, Irish and English irUerpaged, 

1. Peose and Poetical Aocjomn? op the Battle op Gashra 
(G-arristown), in the County of Dublin, fought a.d. 283, between 
Cairbre Liffeachair, king of Leinster, and the Fenian forces of Ire- 
land, in which the latter were conquered, and their ranks Bnallj 
broken up. Edited by Nicholas O'Kearney. Dublin, 1853. Out 
of print. 

2. The Festivities at the Hofse op Conan op Ceakn Slbibhb, 
a Bomantic Hill, which is situated on the borders of the Lake of 
Inchiquin, in the County of Clare. Edited by N. O'Kearney. 
1856. Out of print. 

3. An Account op the Puesttit op DiAEMun) O'Dihbhnb anb 
Grace, the daughter of Cormac Mac Airt, Monarch of Ireland in 
the tldrd Century, who was married to Fionn Mac Cumhail, from 
whom she eloped with Diarmuid. To them are ascribed the Ijeaba 
Caillighes (Hags' Beds), bo numerous in Ireland. Edited by 
Standish Hayes O'Orady. 1857. 

4. Fenian Poems. Edited by John 0*Daly, Honobaby Sbcsb- 
tary. 1859. 

6. The Pboceedings op the Great Baedio iNSTmrriON. Edited 
by Professor Connellan, Queen's College, Cork, from the Book of 
Lismore, a Manuscript of the XlVth Century. 1860. 

6. Fenian Poems. Edited by John O'Daly, Honobaby Sb- 
cretary. Second Series, 1861. 

Books in preparation, 

1. The Geeat Cattle Spoil op Cuailone (Cooley), nr rcma 
County of Louth, being a History of the Seven Years' War be- 
tween Ulster and Connaught^ in the Beign of Meadhbh, Queen 
of Connaught, and Conchobhar Mac Nessa, king of Ulster, one 
year before the Christian era. To be edited by William Hackett. 



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2. The DiixOGUE op the Sages : An Histobical Woek in Peosb 
and Poetry, on the Achievements of the Fianna Eirionn j Copied 
from the Book of Lismore, a vellara Manuscript of the Fourteenth 
Century, by permission of his Grace the Duke of Devonshire. 
To be. edited by John Win dele. 

3. An AccoimT of the Battle fottght at Ventet, in the oouirTr 
of Kerry, in the Third Century of the Christian era, between Daire 
Donn, Monarch of the World, and the Fenians. To be edited by 
the Bev. James Goodman. 

4. The Battle op Castleknock, iir the countt op Dttblin, potjght 
A.D. 273, between Conn Ceadchathach and the Clanna Moma, in 
which Conn obtained the Sovereignty of three Provinces in Ire- 
land, viz. Connaught, Ulster, and Leinster. To be edited by the 
B«v. Thaddeus O'Mahony. 

5. A Tbact on the Topogeapht op Ieeland ; feom the Psalteb 
Mac Richard Butler, otherwise called " Salter na Ranny" contain- 
ing the Derivation of the Names, Local Traditions, and other re- 
markable circumstances, of the Hills, Mountains, Bivers, Caves, 
Cams, Bocks, Tulachs, and Monumental Bemains of Pagan Ire- 
land, but more especially those connected with tlia deeds of Fionn 
Mac Chumhaill. To be edited by Professor ConneUan. 

6. A Memobial on the Dalcassian Bace, and the Divisions op 
Thomond at the Invasion of the English, a.d. 1172 ; to which is 
annexed a Short Essay on the Fenii, or Standing Militia of Ire- 
land; also, Bemarks on some of the Laws and Customs of the 
Scoti, or Antient Irish. By the late Chevalier 0'Qt>rman. Pre- 
sented to the Society for publication by J. B. Joly, Esq., LL.D., 
Bathmines. 

7 The Theeb Soeeows op STOsY-TEixiNa, which belates thi 
tragical fate of the sons of Uisneach, the sons of Tuireann, and the 
children of Lir, To be edited by Patrick O'Herlihy. 



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2%e books are all in Svo, 

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1833-1855. Svo. 

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Oxford, 1885-1852. Svo. 2 vols. 

3. A Second Supplement to " Obseevations poe deteemining the 
Befiractive Indices for Definite Bays of the Solar Spectrum in ae-* 
veral Media." By the Bev. JBadeu Powell, F.B.S. Bead to the 
Society May 28, 1839. 



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4. Account ov thb Komak Boad fbou Allchestbb to Dobchss- 
ter. By the Rev. Bobert Hussey. Nov. 9, 1840. 

6. Oir THE Thsoby op Fabaxlel LimBS. By the Bey. Badht 
PowelL' May 2, 1842. 

6. On Education in Fbincifles of Abt. By the Bey. Biohabd 
GresBwell. Dec. 4, 1843. 

7. ESBAY ON the ThEOBY OF COMBINATION OF OsSSBYATIOirS. BY 

the Rer. W. F Donkin, F.R.S. Feb. 26, 1844. 

8. Defence of H alley against the Chaboe of BELiaioiTB In- 
fidelity. By the Key. S. J. Bigaud. March 11» 1844. 

9. On the Site of the Ancient City of the Aeunci; aitd oir 
the Volcanic Phenomenon which it exhibits. By Charles B. Gr. 
Danbery, M.D. 1846. 

10. On the Sanitaby Condition of Oxfobd. By W. P. Obksbod. 
1848. 

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matical Science to the Fundamental Idea therein contained. By 

' artholomew Price, M.A. 1849. 

12. On Necessaby and CoNTmasNT Tbuth, Considebed nr bb- 
gard to some Primary Principles of Mathematical and Mechanical 
Science. By the Key. Baden Powell. 1849. 

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1846, folio, 11, Is. 

9. Kakuajj 07 MoTsruvxsTAL Brasses, with Catalogve oi* 450 
Bubbings in possession of the Society. 1848. By Rer. K. Haines. 

10. iNTBODTTCrriON TO THE StUDT OF GOTHIO ABCHITECTUSK. BY 

J. H. Parker. Second edition. 1861, fcap. Svo. 5s. 

11. MEHom OP Hasely Chuboh. By the Bey. T. W. Wease. 
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Standards, &o. Published at Is. each sheet ; namely, — 

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4. Stanton Harcourt, Ensham and Great Stanfield. 5. Little- 
more. 

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Steeple, Aston, Sheet 2. 

Oas Stalls. 8. Beauchamp Chapel. 9. Talland, Beverley 
Wakefield, and a Einial from Postling. 

Fonts. 10. Heckington (decorated). 11. Newenden (Norman). 

Bebedos. 12. St. Michael's, Oxford. 

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PALiEONTOGEAPHIGAL SOCIETY. 

INSTITUTED 1847. 
For Figuring and Describing a Stratigrapfaical Series of British Fossils. 
Somerset House— Apartments of the 6edU>gicai Society. 
The books are all in quarto. Described in the order issued. 

1847. 

1. MONOGEAPH OP THE CbAG MOLLFSCA, OB DESCEIPTIOirS OP 
Shells from the Middle and Upper Tertiaries of the East of 
England. By Searles Y. Wood. Part 1, UnivalYes, Lond. 1848. 
4to. 21 plates. Letter-press. Pp. 208. 

1848. 

2. Foflsm Reptilia op the London Ciat. By Peofessoes 
Owen and Bell. Part 1, Chelonia. 1849. 28 plates. Pp. 76. — ;- 
Eocene Mollusca, or Descriptions of Shells from the Older Terti- 
aries of England. By Fred. E. Edwards. Part 1, Cephalopoda. 

1849. 9 plates. Pp. 56. 

1849. 

8. Entomosteaoa op the Ceetaceotts Foemation op Engiand. 

By T. Rupert Jones. 1849. 7 plates. Pp. 40. Permian 

Fossils of England. By WiUiam King. 1850. 29 pUtes. Pp. 

268. Fossil Reptilia of the London Clay. By Professor 

Owen. Part 2, Crocodilia, Ophidia. 1850. 16 plates. Pp. 68. 

British Fossil Corals. By Professor H. Milne Edwards, and 

Jules H. Haime. Part 1. Corals from the Tertiary and Cretaceous 
Formations. 1850. 11 plates. Pp. Ixixv. and 71. 

1850. 

4. Ceag MoLLirsoA. Bt Sbables V. Wood. Paet 2, BivalVBS. 

1850. 12 plates. Pp. 150. Mollusca of the Great Oolite, 

chiefly from Minchinhampton and the Coast of Yorkshire. By 
J. Morris and J. Lycett. Part 1. Univalves. 1850. 15 plates. Pp. 

130. British Fossil Brachiopoda, Part 3, from Oolitic and 

Liassic Formations. By Thomas iDavidsou. 1851. 13 plates. 
Pp. 64 



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1851. 

6. Fossil REPTiui. op the Cretaceofs Foemations. By Pro- 
fessorOwen. 1851. 37 plates. Pp.118. British Fossil Co- 
rals. By H. Milne Edwards and Jules Haime. Fart 2. Corals 
from the Oolitic Formations. 1851. Plates 12-30. Pp. 71-146. 
Fossil Lepadidse. Bj Charles Darwin. 1851. 5 plates. Pp. 88. 

1852. 

6. British Fossh Cobals. By H. Milne Edwabdb, and Jules 
Haime. Part 3. Corals from the Permian Formation, and the 

Mountain Limestone. 1852. Plate 31-46. Pp. 147-210. 

British Fossil Brachiopoda. By Thomas Davidson. Parts 1, 2 & 3. 

1852. 18 plates. Pp. 100. Eocene Mollusca (Fossil Shells of 

London Clay). By Fred. E. Edwards. Part 2. Pulraonata, 1852. 

Plates 10-15. Pp. 57-150. Echinodermata of the British 

Tertiaries (Fossil Badiaria). By Professor Edward Forbes. 

1852. 4) plates. Pp. 36. 

1853. 

7. Bbitish Fossil Cobals. By H. Milne Ebwabds and Jitles 
Haime. Part 4. Corals from the Devonian Formation. 1853. 
Plates 47 - 56. Pp. 212 - 244. British Fossil Brachi- 
opoda. By Thomas Davidson. Part 1, with Title, Vol. I., Con- 
taining, A General Introduction on the Anatomy of Terebratula. 
By Professor Owen ; On the Structure of the Shells of the Bra- 
chiopoda. By Professor Carpenter. — On the Classification of the 
Brachiopoda. By Thomas Davidson. 1851-1854. 9 plates. Pp. 

136. Description of the Fossil Bemains of Mollusca found in 

the Chalk of England. By Daniel Sharpe. Part 1. Cephalopoda. 

1853. 10 plates. Pp. 26. Mollusca from the Great Oolite. By 

J. Morris and J. Lycett. Part 2. Bivalves. 1853. 8 plates. Pp. 
80. Crag Mollusca. By Searles V. Wood. Part 3. Continu- 
ation of Bivalves. 1853. Plates 13-20. Pp. 151-216. Fossil 

Chelonian Beptiles of the Wealden Clays and Purbeck Lime- 
stones. By Kichard Owen, D.C.L. 1853. 9 plates. Pp. 12. 

1854. 

8. Bbitisk Fossil Bbachiopoda, fbou the Cbetaceous Foema- 
tions. By Thomas Davidson. Part 2. 1854. Plates 6-12. Pp. 
65-117. Appendix, pp. 30. Index to voL 1, pp. 4.— — Fossil 
JEteptilia of the Wealden Formations. Part 2, Dinosauria. By 

Professor Owen. 1854. 19 plates. Pp. 54. Mollusca from the 

Gk*eat Oolite. By Professor Morris and John Lycett. 1854. 

Parts. Bivalves. Plates 9-15. Pp. 81-142.* Index. Pp.6. 

British Fossil Corals. By H. Milne Edwards and Jules Haime. 
Part 5. Corals from the Silurian Formations. Plate 57-72. 

Pp. 146-299. Table and Index. 301-322. Fossil Balanidee 

and VerrucidfiB of Great Britain. By Charles Darwin. 1854. 

2 plates. Pp. 44. Fossil Bemains of Mollusca found in the 

Chalk of England. By Daniel Sharpe. Part 2. Cephalopoda. 




174 PALJEOllTTOaBAPHICiLL SOOIBTT. 

1854. Plates 11-16. Pp. 27-85. ^Eocene MoUnsoa. (Fossa 

Shells of London Claj). By Frederick £. Edwards. Part 8. No. 
1, Prosobnmchiata. 1854. Plates 16-23. Pp. 121-180. 

1855. 

9.' Ceao Mollusca. By Ssables V. Wood. Vol. 2. BiYALTBg. 

1850-1856. Plates 21-31. Pp. 217-342. ^Fossil Eeptilia of the 

Wealden Formations. Part 3. Megalosanrus Bucklandi. Bj 

Professor Owen. 1856. 12 plates. Pp. 26. ^Eocene Mol- 

lusca. By Fred. E. Edwards. Part 3. . No. 2. Prosobranchiata 

continued. 1856. Plates 24-27. Pp. 181-240. Fossil Remains 

of MoUusca found in the Chalk of England. By Daniel Sharpe. 
Part 3. Cephalopoda. 1856. Plates 17-27. Pp. 37-68. ^Ter- 
tiary Entomostraca of England. By T. Bupert Jones. 1856. 6 

plates. Pp. 68. British Fossil Echinodermata of the Oolitic 

Formations. By Thomas Wright, M.B. ' Part 1. Cidaridse, 
Hemicidarids, and Diademada. 1855. 10 plates. Pp. 154. 

1856. 

10. British Fossil Eohinopebmata op the Ooutio Fobhatioits. 
By Thomas Wright, M.D. Part 2. Diademades, Echinids, and 

Saleniadee. 1856. Plates 10-22. Pp. 155-303. ^Fossil Malacos- 

tracous Crustacea of Great Britain. By Professor BelL Part 1. 
Crustacea of London Clay. 1857. 11 plates. Pp. 44.^-— Bri- 
tish Fossil Brachiopoda, from the Permian Formations. By 

Thomas Dayidson. Part 4. 1857. 4 plates. Pp. 51. ^British 

Fossil Carboniferous Brachiopoda. By Thomas Davidson. Part 

5. 1857. 8 plates. Pp. 48. ^Fossil EeptUia of the Wealden 

Formation. By Professor Owen. Part 4. 1857. 11 plates. 
Pp. 26. 

1857. 

11. Bbitish Fossil Echiitodebmata feom the Oolitio Fobma- 
tions. By Thomas Wright, M.D. Part 3, containing Colly- 
ritid£B, Echinobrissidsa, and Echinolampidee. 1859. Plates 32- 

36. Pp. 303-390. British Fossil Carboniferous Brachiopoda. 

By Thomas Davidson. Part 5. Second Portion. 1858. Plates 

9-16. Pp. 49-80. ^Fossil Reptilia, including Supplement No 

1, Cretaceous Pterosauria, and Wealden Croco(Slia. By Professor 

Owen. 1859. 12 plates. Pp. 44. Fossil Polyzoa of the Crag. 

By George Busk. 1859. 22 plates. Pp. ziii. (Contents), pp. 
136. 

1858. 

12. Bbitish Fossil Echinodebmata pbom the Oolitto Fob- 
mations. By Thomas Wright, M.D. Part 4, containing the 
Echinolampidae, Stratigraphical Distribution of the Oolitic Spe- 
cies, Bibliography of the Echinodermata, and Additional Notes on 
the Echinoidea. 1860. Plates 37-43. Pp. 391-468. Additional 
NoteS; &c. 1 leal To this is prefixed Note to the Crag Mollusca. 



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S. V. Wood. 1 leaf. (See Israe 1855.) Eocene MoUusca. By 

Frederic E. Edwards. Part 3, No. 8. ProBobranchiata (conti- 
nued). 1860. Plates 28-33. Pp. 241-330. Conids, List of 

Genera and Species, 1 leaf. Fossil Eeptilia of the Cretaceous 

and Pnrbeck Strata, including Supplement No. 3, Cretaceous Pte- 
rosauria and Sauropterygia. Supplement No. 2, Iguanodon and 
Purbeck Lacertilia. By Professor Owen. 1860. 8 plates. Pp. 39. 
British Fossil Carboniferous Brachiopoda. By Thomas Da- 
vidson. Part 5. Third Portion. 1860. Plates 17-26. Pp. 81-120. 

1859. 

13. Bbitibh Fossil Bbaohiofoda fbom the Casbonifebovs Fobma- 
tion. By Thomas Davidson. Part 5. Fourth Portion. 1861. 

Plates 27-47. Pp. 121-210. British Fossil ReptiUa from Oolitic 

Formations (Lower Lias). By Richard Owen, D.C.L. Part 1, 
contsdning Scelidosaurus Harrisonii and Pliosaurus Orandis. 1861. 

7 plates. Pp. 16. Eocene Mollusca, or Descriptions of Shells 

from the Older Tertiaries of England. By Searles V. Wood. Part 
1. Bivalves. 1861. 13 plates. Pp.74. 

1860. 

14 Bbttish Fossil Bbachiopoda tbom the CABBONiVEBors FoBifA- 
tion. By Thomas Davidson. Part 5. 1867-1862. Plates 48-55. 
Pp. 211-280. British Fossil Reptilia from the Oolitic Forma- 
tions (Lower Lias). By Richard Owen, D.C.L. Part 2, containing 
Scelidosaurus Harrisonii and Pliosaurus Grandis. 1862. 12 
plates. Pp. 28. Fossil Estherise. By T. Rupert Jones. 1862. 

5 plates. Pp. viii. Errata et corrigenda, 1 leaf and pp. 134. 

Fossil Malacostracous Crustacea of Great Britain. By Professor 
Bell. Part 2. Crustacea of the Gault and Greensand. 1862. 11 
plates. Pp. yiii and 40. 

186L 

15. Bbitii^h Fossil Echinodebmata fbou the Oolitio Fobha- 
tions. By Thomas Wright, M.D. Volume 2. Part 1. On the 
Asteroidea. 1862. 12 plates. Pp. 130. Supplementary Mono- 
graph on the Mollusca from the Stonesfield Slate, Great Oolite, 
Forest Marble, and Combrash. By John Lycett, M.D 1863. 
Plates 31-45. Pp. 129. 

1862. 

16. The Cbetaceotts Echinodeemata, Vol. I. Pabt 1, by Db. 
Wright, 11 plates, 1864. The Trilobites of the Siliu^an, Devo- 
nian, &c., Formations. Part 1, Devonian, by Mr. J. W. Salter. 

6 plates, 1864. The Fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. III. Part 6, No. 

1, Devonian, by Mr. Davidson. 9 plates, 1864. The Eocene 

MoUusca. Part 4, No. 2, Bivalves, by Mr. S. V. Wood. 7 plates, 

1864. The Reptilia of the Cretaceous and Wealdeu Formations, 

Suppl. No. 2, Cretaceous. No. 3, Wealden, by Professor Owen. 
10 plates, 1864. 

Jt will be seen that the date of the annual volumes is two years behind 

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Of tile preceding UOKOGSAPHS tiie following are complete, 

1. The CBAGh MoLLusoA. By Sxasles V. Wood. 2 Vols, js 5 
parts, issued in 1847, 1850. 1853, 1855, 1858. 

2. Fossil Reptilia op the Lokdon Clay. By Psokbssobs Owen 

and Bell. 3 parts, issued in 1848, 1849, 1856. 

8. Entomostbaca of the Ceetaoeotjs Foematiow. By T. Bxtpebt 
Jones. 1 part issued in 1849. 

4. Peemlait Fossils. By Peoeessoe William Knra. 1 paet, 
issued in 1849, and corrections of plates in 1854. 

5. Bbitish Fossil Cobals. By H. Milne Edwabds and Jules 
H. Haime. In 5 parts, issued in 1849, 1851, 1852, 1853, 1854. 

6. Bbitish Fossil Beachiopoda. By Thomas Davidson. 2 Vols. 

or 7 parts, issued in 1850, 1852, 1854. 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, 1860. 

7. MOLLUSCA OF THE Q-BEAT OOLITE. BY J. MOBBIS AND J. LyCETT. 

4 parts, issued in 1850, 1853, 1854, 1861. 

8. Fossil Cibbipedes, Lepadid^, Balanidje, &o. By Chables 
Darwin. 3 parts, issued in 1851, 1854, 1858. 

9. Echinodebmata of the Bbitish Tebtiabies. By Edward 
Forbes. 1 part, issued in 1852. 

10. Fossil Mollusoa (Cephalopoda, &p.). By Daniel Shabpe. 3 
parts, issued in 1853, 1854, 1855. 

11. Fossil Eeptilia of the Wealden Clays, &c. By Pbofessob 
Owen. 6 parts, issued in 1853, 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857, 1858. 

12. Teetiaby Entomostbaca. By T, Bupbbt Jones. 1 paet, is- 
sued in 1855. 

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14. Fossil Esthebis. By T. Bupebt Jones. 1 pabt, issued in 
1860. ^ 

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Besides the Journal of this Society thert is published The Bbitibh 
Journal op Photoobaphy, The organ of the North London^ lAoer^ 
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PHYSICIANS (SOCIETY OF). 

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Medical Obseevations op a Society of Phtbicianb. Lobb 
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INSTITUTED IN LONDON, 1628. 
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1. MSDIOAIi TBA2<rSACmONS 07 THE GOLLEOB OP PHYBIdAirS IS LON- 

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Crown 8vo. Ss. 

& Translation oe the Phabhaqopcbia oe the Botal Coixegs oe 
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PGBTSMOXTTH AND POETSEA LITEEAET AND 
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PEOPAGATION OP THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PABTS 

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1863 1864, 8vo. 



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SirSSE^ AECHi&OIOOICAL SOCIETY. 

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8. Natubal Histobt op Wiltshibe, by John Aubbey. Edited, 
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Row, and continuation to 1639. Edited by Dayid Laing. 1842. 

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the Rey. W. Cunningham. 1843. 

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Edited by the Rev. T. Thomson. 1842-1846, 8 vols. 

6. Select Wobks op R. Rollock, Pbincipal op the TTnivebsity 
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8. Apologetioal Nabbation op the Government op the Kibk 
of Scotland since the Reformation, by William Scot. Records 
concerning the Kirk, by John Forbes. 1846. 

9. Miscellany op the Wodbow Society. 1844. Edited by David 
Laing. YoL 1. All published. 

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and 2 of the Reformer's Works, now completed in 6 vols.) 

11. AUTOBIOGBAPHY OF ROBEBT BlAIB. EdITED BY Db. M'CBIX. 

1847. 
12. Fbbme and Melville's Coipientaby on thb Romans. Editkd 
» - hf the RfiT. Dr. W. L. Alexander. 1847. 

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Bbpobts ajstd Papxsb, (Published ts CovjimcTiON with thb 
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1. Illustrations of thb Natural History op Worcbstershirb, 
with Information on the Statistics, Zoology, and 0eolo|^ of the 
County, and an Account of the Mineral Waters. Bj U. Hast- 
ings. Worcesjjer, 1834, 8vo. 

2. Statistical aitd General History ob Worobstebshirb, pub- 
lished under the Superintendence of the Statistical Committee of 
the Society. Fasciculus 1. Parish of Great Witley, by the Rev. 
T. J. Pearson. Fasciculus 2. Parish of Hartlebury, by K. 
Watson. Fasciculus 3. Parish of Areley, Kings, and Shrawley, 
by K. Watson. 1837, 8to. JU published. 



WTEEHAH BEOTHEEHOOD FOE PEOMOTIEa THE 
STTJDT OF ECCLESIASTICAL AET. 

INSTITUTE^ IN LONDON, 1846. 

A Short Address to Altar Societies. 1846| Bto. 

This Society is dissolTed. 

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INSTITUTED, 1843. 

1. AiriruAL Beports and Papebs. (Publibhxd in oonjunotion 
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relating to the Antiquities and Natural History of Yorkshire read 
at the monthly meetings during 1847-1854, Svo. York, H. 
Sotheran, 1855, Svo. YoL I. 8 plates. All published, 

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1. The Tyrants Fall. By Sib Alezaitdeb Boswell. Auchin- 
leck, printed by A. and J. Boswell. 1815, 8vo. pp. 5. 

J(ame8} Bonweli was the Author's brother, and editor of a Yariomm edi- 
tion of Shakespeare. 

2. BiALooi DUO Eebtth Yebbobumque Lepobe et Gopia Iksiones ; 
qaonim prior, continet Colloquium inter Deum et Evam (ut fe- 
runt) ejutsque liberos, posterior Salomonis etMarcolphi jucundissi- 
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Press by Alexander BoswelL 1816, 4to. See * Bibliographer's 
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lliis was a joint composition. Mr. Jamea Boswell (Johnson's Biographer), 
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Eng.) Excudibat Jacobus Sutherland Typographus. 1816, folio, 
pp. 14. 




198 AJJCEJUTLECK FBESS. ' 

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Yaritie, included in Satyres, Eclogues and Epistles. By T. L. 
(Lodge), of Lincolnes Inn, Gtent. 1595. Beprinted at the 
Auchinleck Press by Alexander Boswell. 1817, -Ito. 30 leaves. 
See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1383. 

10 Fboitdsb Caduojz. 1. Thb Mibbob of Man aitd Manvebs ov 
Men. By Thomas Churchyard. 1594, 8 leaves. — 2. A Musical 
Consort of Heavenly Harmonie, called Churchyarde Charitie. 
1595. Title, Dedication, &c. 6 leaves, and pp. 23. — ^3. A Praise 
of Poetry. 1595. Title 1 leaf, pp. 27 — 43.-4. A sad and so- 
lemne Funerall of the Bight Honourable Sir Francis Enowles, 
Knight, &c. By Thomas Churchyard. 1596, 4 leaves. — 5. A 
Pleasant Discourse of Court and Wars, &c. By Thomas Church- 
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Alexander Boswell. 1817, 4to. Title, &c. 2 leaves prefixed. 
See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' pp. 452-3. 

11. Fbovses CADuciE. The Scottish Soldieb. By liAWDKB. 
Edinb. 1629. Monument to the Memorie of Sir W. Cuninghame. 
The Wight, a Poem by Lawder. Verses to the Memorie of Sir 
Jhon Bvrrowes. Memoir of Lauder, and List of his Poetical pro- 
ductions, by George Chalmers. Auchinleck Press, 1818, 4to. $ 
leaves.. See Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1318. 

12. Fbokdes Cadtjoa. Anb Tbactat oe a pabt op yb Ykouss 
Cronikle. (From Asloans MSS. in the Auchinleck Library}. 
Printed at the Auchinleck Press by James Sutherland. 1818, 4to. 
pp. 9. See * Bibliographer's Manual' (Chronicles), p. 446. 

13. Fboitdbs CADuoiB. The Buke of yb Chess. Avchiklsce: 

Press, 1818. Title and pp. 42, not paged on both sides, with a 
correction for page 6, cancelled 1 l^. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 433. 

14. SoNa FOB THB Habybiait Ankiybbsaby at Edinbttboh. Apbil 

12, 1816. To the Tune of < The Vicar and Moses.' Printed by 
James Sutherland. Auchinleck, 1817. 

15. At QxtabtebtSession of His Highnesse, the Lobd Pbotegtob, 
before the Justices of the Peace for the Shire of Ayr, held at Ayr, 
Aug. 6, 1656. Agri Saxorum, n. d. 4to. 4 leaves. 

The impression of these publications vas limited to 40 copies, except Nos. & 
8, and 16. 

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blaw.' Small 4to. 

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4to. 

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six verses, small 4to. 

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BELDORlSriE PEESS. 

At Beldomie Tower, Bfde, Isle of Wight, the Residence of the lata Edward 

Vernon Utterson, Esq. 

A Series of Reprints of rare Poetical IVacts^ edited with BibUo" 
graphical Notices by Mr, Utterson, The nunUfer printed was from 12 
to 16 copies of each. 

1. The Knave op Heabts. Haile Fellow well met. By Samuel 
Bowlands. Lond. 1613. Beprinted, 1840, small 4to. 

2. Thb Knave op Clubbs. 'Tis mebby when Knaves meet. 
Lond. 1611. Beprinted, 1841, small 4to. 

8. Mobe Knaves yet. The Knaves op Spades and Diamonds. 
Lond. n. d. Beprinted, 1841, small 4to. 

4. Look to it : Fob Ile Stabbb ye. Lond. 1604. Bepbinted, 

1841, small 4to. 

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6. Good Newbs and Bad Newes. Lond. 1622. Bep. 1841, sm. 4to. 

7. Thb Melanchoue Knioht. Lond. 1615. Bep. 1841, sm. 4to. 

The original editions of these Tracfs by Samuel Rowlands are descrihed in 
the ' Bibliographer's Manual/ p. 2138. 

8. Cynthia and the Legend op Cassandba. By Bichabd Babnb- 
field. Lond. 1595. Beprinted, 1841, square 12mo. See * Biblio- 
grapher's Manual,* p. 119. 

9. DiELLA: Gebtaine Sonnets. By B. L. Lond. 1596. Be- 
printed, 1841, square 12mo. See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 
1293. 

10. SoNOS AND Sonnets. By Fatbicee Hannay. Lonb. 1622. 
Beprinted, 1841, 12mo. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 992. 

11. Chbestolebos. Seven Bookes op Epiobambs. By Thomas 
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' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 127. 



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Manual,' p. 1524. . 

13. Mioso-Ctvicon, Sixb SNABUira Sattbes. JjOtstd, 1599. Bb- 
printed, 1842, square 12nio. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 
1543. 

14. Zephebia [40 Canzonets.] Lond. 1594. Befbinted, 1843, 
12mo. See *BibUographer's Manual,' p. 3024. 

15. Certain Elegies, done by Sitndbie Excellent Wits. With 
Satyrs and Epigrams. Lond. 1620. Beprinted, 1843, 12mo. See 

* Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 725. 

16. Seialethia : ob a Shadowe ov Tbttth, in cebtaine EPiaBAHS 
and Satyrs. Lond. 1598. Beprinted, 1843, square 12mo. See 

* Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2410. 



THE DABLINGTOir PBESS. 

At *' The Qrange/' the seat of the late George Allan, Esq. 

BALLADS. 

1. Nihbod's Gabland ; OB, Dablington Chaoe. . 8vo. pp. 4. 

2. A Tail-piece to the Daelington Chacb. 8vo. 1 page. 

3. The Dismal Lamentations op a Monopolist op Game, bung 
on the Banks of the Don ; applied by Christopher Fungus, Esq., 
to Himself and his Brother, Nimrod Fungus, Esq. To the tune 
of "Babes in the Wood." Lond. printed in Blackwall Close. 
1783. 8vo. pp. 8. [A satirical ballad]. 

4. A Fox-hunting Ballad. 4to. pp. 4. 

5. The Baby Ox. A Ballad. Folio. 1 page. 

6. Shbove-Titesdat ; OB, The jolly Foot-ball Flayebs op Hub- 
worth. Folio. 1 page. [An election baUad]. 

BIOGBAPHY. 

7. Biographical Notices op John Colet, Sib Henet Sydney, 
Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset, Ambrose Dudley. Small 
folio. 1 page. 

8. Biographical Notices op Cardinal Wolsey, Chbistopheb 
Carlisle, Sir Francis Drake, Sir John Hawkins, Sir Martin Fro- 
bisher. Small folio. 1 page. 

8. Biogbaphical Notices op John Habington, Geobgb Clip- 
ford, Thomas Cromwell, John Bradford, Lord Burleigh. Small 
folio. 1 page. 



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10. BlOOEAFHIOAL NOTICES OP SlB ElCHABD GeENYIIXE, SiB HxJH- 

phrey Gilbert, Tbomas Cayendisb, Thomas Sutton, John Haring* 
ton. Small folio. 1 page. 

11. BlOGBAFHICAL NOTICB OP HUGH LaTIKEB. 12K0. 1 PAGE. 

12. BlOGBAPHICAL NOTICE OP JOHN JeWELL. 12mO. 1 PAGE. 

13. BiCHABD AVKGEBYYLE, COMMONLT CALLED ElCHABD DB BuST, 
Bishop of Durham. 4to. pp. 3. 

14. KoncE OP THE Death op Mabmaduke TimsTALL, Esq. Small 
4to. 1 page. 

15. A Sketch op the Lipe asd Chabactbb op Eichabd Tbetob, 
Bishop of Durham. Darlington. Printed by Messrs. Damton 
and Smith. 1776. 4to. pp. 13. With a portrait, and a plate 
of the Bishop's Seal. 



ELECTIONS. 

16. Ajt Election Sqttib. Apbil 10, 1780. Fcap. halp sheet. 

17. Notice besfecting the Voting at Elections. 4to. 1 page. 

18. Election Bill, in payoub op Mb. Dtjncombb. Small 4ro. 
1 page. 

INSCRIPTIONS. 

19. Inscbiptions in the Chttech op HorGHTON-LB-SPBiNG, in the 
County of Durham. 4to. pp. 2. 

20. Inscbiption pob the Monument, to be ebected in Bolton 
Church, in Yorkshire, to the Rev. Mr. Noble, late Master of 
Scorton School, at the expense of his Scholars. 4to. 1 page. 

21. Inscbiption on the Monument op the Rev. John Noble, 
B.A., in Bolton Church, in Yorkshire. 4to. A single leaf. 

22. Inscbiption on a Monument in Stbanton Chxtbch. 4to. 1 

page. 

■23. An Epitaph to the Memoby op John Pbatt, Esq., op Ask- 
rigg, in Wensley-dale. Folio, pp. 2. 

24. Epitaph to the Memobt op Daniel Watson. Small 4to. 
pp.2. 

MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUITIES. 

25. An Account op the Puset Hobn. 4to. 1 page. 

26. Opinion op Rogeb Gale, Esq., on Roman Pavements. 4to> 
Ipage. 

27. An Account op a Roman Pavement, Ac, discovebed in an 
open Field at Cotterstock, near Oundle, in Northamptonshire. 2 
leaves ; one foliOi the other 4to., each printed on one side only. 



202 



BABLINOTOlfr PBE88. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

2& The Easington Shxfhesd. [Sigked] WoLFnrs. Hat, 1781« 

4to. 1 page. [A gatire]. 
29. MisoELLAjfiES. 4ro. FF. 28. Fbhtted tob Mb. Tvsvajst, 

80. Of the Pataoonians. Fobmed tbom the belation ov Fathxh 
Falkener, a Jesuit, who had resided among them Thirty-eight 
years, Ac. 1788. 4to. Printed hy the friendship of G^rge 
AUan, Esq. for Mr. Pennant. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 
1823. 

81. On the DiTOHEBS of Atholii ajtd Ladt Wbioht, nsnisa at 
AthoU House. By a Lady. 4to. Pp. 2. Printed for Mr. Pen- 
nant. 

82. Catalooub of my (Thomab Penvaitt's) Wobks. 4to. Pp. 4. 
Printed for Mr. Pennant. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1824. 

33. Notice of a Genebal Meeting, besfecting the CiBCUiukTioK 
of base Copper Coin. Darlington. 10th July, 1799. 4to. 1 page. 

34. Extbact fbom the Abticles of Peace, exhibited nr thb 
Court of King^ Bench, by the Countess of Strathmore against 
her Husbandt Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq. and others, on 
Thursday the 23d day of November, 1786. 4to. 1 page. See 
* Bibliographer's Manual/ p. 2530. 

85. Affidayit of Peteb Obhb, iatb Sebyant to Aitdbsw 
Bobinson Bowes, Esq., respecting his pretended Fall from his 
Horse. Folio. 1 page. 

86. An Acoottnt of Bbiicham Bocks, in Yobxshibb. By Hay- 
man Rooke, Esq. F.S.A. 4to. Pp. 6. 

37. A becent Case in the Post Office, &o. By Will. Hut- 
chinson, of Barnard Castle. 4to. Pp. 17. 

88. A Papeb pbinted fob the Books belonging to thb Charity 
School of G-reat Stain ton, in the county of Durham. 12mo. 1 page. 

39. Milleb's Act. A small Slip. 

40. Pigeons, Ibt Januaby, 1787. Satibical. A skall Slip. 

41. To Thomas G^abnett, M.D. Signed, Tbim thb Second, Hab- 
rogate. 3d Sept. 1792. 4to. 1 page. 

42. An Heib-at-Law wanted. A small Slip. 

43. An Account of Fobt Montague, at Knabbsbobottgh. Xs ▲ 
Letter from a Q«ntleman at Harrogate, to his Friend in London. 
Sold by Governor Hill, Fort Montague. Svo. Pp. 8. 

44. Nobthallebton Registebship. Gbeat Mbn'b BsABOirg. 4to« 
Ipage. 

45. Dimensions and Weight of a Fat Ox, bbed at Blackwsli^ 

near Darlington. 4to. A single leaf. 

46. Stbayed OB Conveyed, a middle-sized Monkby, with a 
hempen String round his neck ; answers either to the name of 
Nimrod or Smuggler. A small 12mo. page. (SatuioaL) 



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47. Ak Epitaph von L P t's A s. Folio. 1 page. 

(A severe satire.) 

48. Wabeaijt pob the appeehension op Vageants. 4to. 1 page. 

49. NoETH Riding Society. Oedeb. Folio. 1 Page. (Dottbt- 
fiil whether this was printed by Mr. Allan.) 

50 Cebtipicate pbo^ James Pbeston, Clebe op the Peace pob 
the North Riding of the County of York, of the registering of the 
Deputation of John Wilkinson, as Ghimekeeper to Ann Allan, of 
Blackwell Grange. 4to. 1 page. 

51. FoxTB Q.uabto Sheet3, belating to the Rents, &c. op the 
Manor of Appleton-upon-Wiske, the property of Mr. Allan. 

52. Thibteen Vabious Abticles, belating to the Tuenpikb 
Roads, of which Mr. Allan was the Treasurer. 

53. Vabious Handbills op the Sale op Pbopeett in which Mb. 
Allan was professionally engaged. 

54. A YiEW OP Nobthtjmbebland. 4to. 2 pp. (Fbom Mb. Hut- 
chinson*s History.) 

55. COMPABISON OP the STATE OP ENGLAND AND FbANCE, AT THE 

time of the French Revolution. Folio. 1 page. 

56. A Table op Chaptebs, &c. in the Old and New Testa- 
ment. Small Svo. 1 page. 

67. Pbinted Title-page to William Smith's MS. Collections 
relating to the University of Oxford. 4to. 

58. Addbess pbom Geobge Allan, to his esteemed Fbiend and 
Acquaintance, Mr. John Mann, of Durham. 4to. 1 leaf. 

69* Notice to Pebsons tbespassing on Mb. Allan's Pbemises, 
in Hungate, &c. 4to. 1 page. 

60. Answeb to "Atebt cubious Advebtisement," signed John 
Peacock. 4to. 1 page. 

61. The Fate op the Civilized Pabt op the Wobld, &c. 24th 
March, 1795. 4to. 1 page. 

62. Notice to Visitants to Mb. Allan's Museum. Januabt, 
1796. 4to. lleaf. 

63. BiBECTIONS POB CATCHING AND PBESEBYING INSECTS, IN EnG- 

land or Foreign Countries. • Folio, pp. 3. With an etching by 
W. Darling. 

64. A Whale being cast upon some Lands in Lincolnshibe, 
belonging to the Bishoprick of Durham, while the Teraporalties 
thereof were in the King's hands, the same was taken away by 
several parcels, and the king issued his Writ to the Sheriff of 
Lincoln. 4to. pp. 2. 

65. A FoBGEBT. Daeungton, Sept. 28, 1778. 1 Page. 

66. Wabbant op Attobnet, to xnteb up Jttdgment. Folio. 
1 page. 



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67. MbHOSANDTJIT op an AaSEEMSNT BETWEEN GEOSaS AUiAjr ANB 

his Tenants ; with a Scheme of Husbandry. Folio, pp. 3. 

68. Fabhino Lease fboh Geobge Au^an. Folio, ff. 2. 

69. Anotheb Fabmino Lease. Folio. 1 Page. 

70. AaBEEMENT FOB A FaBHING LeASE, BETWEEN THB BlOHT 

Honourable Henry, Earl of Darlington, and his Tenants. FoKo. 
pp. 3. 

71. MiSCELLANEOtrS COLLECTIONS, BELATINa TO THB ANTIQUITIES OF 

Great Britain, chiefly as additional illustrations to* Camden's Britan- 
nia,' by Gough. 

Contents of the * MUcellaneous Collections, 

Observations on Reading Abbey, in Berkshire ; by Sir TSjbotj 
Englefield, Bart. F.S.A. pp. 2. 

An attempt to explain the nature and origin of the ancient 
carved Pillars and Obelisks now extant in Great Britain, and 
particularly those in Penrith Church yard, Cumberland ; by Mr. 
Thomas Barrit, of Manchester. Mr. Hutchinson's Account of the 
above Obelisks, in his History of Cumberland, page 330. Together, 
pp. 4. 

An Account of a remarkahle Monument in Penrith Church- 
yard, Cumberland j by Dr. Lyttelton, then Dean of Exeter. An 
Account of some Antiquities discovered on digging into a large 
Bioman Barrow, at Ellenborough, in Cumberland, 1763 j by the 
Bev. Mr. Head, Prebendary of Carlisle. Account of a Tumulus 
near Ellenborough in Cumberland ; in a Letter from Mr. Thomas 
Bouth, of Carlisle, 30th May, 1742. Account of some Boman 
Monuments found in Cumberland, 1766. Together, pp. 4. 

A succinct and Authentic Narrative of the Battle of Chester- 
field, A.D. 1266, in the reign of Xing Henry III. ; by Mr. Pegge. 
pp. 3. 

Derbeiesseira Komana ; by the Kev. Mr. Pegge. Extract from 
some Letters written to William 'Bray, Esq. by Mr. Cresswell, of 
Edale, near Castleton, in Derbyshire, in 1789. Together, pp. 6. 

Description of some Druidical Bemains on Harborough Bocks, 
&c. in Derbyshire ; by Hayman Booke, Esq. Account of a Boman 
Building and Camp, lately discovered at Buxton, in the county of 
Derby ; in a Letter from Hayman Booke, Esq. Bemarks on 
an ancient Pig of Lead, lately discovered on Cromford Moor, 
in Derbyshire ; by Mr. Pegge. Description of a second Homan 
Pig of Lead found in Derbyshire, now in the possession of Mr. 
Adam Wolley, of Matlock, in that county ; with Bemarks, by 
Samuel Pegge. Description of another Boman Pig of Lead, found 
in Derbyshire : in a Letter from the Bev. Mr. Pegge. Together, 
pp. 8. 

An account of a large Silver Plate, of antique basso-relievo 
Boman workmanship, found at Bisley, in Derbyshire, 1729 ; read 
before the Antiquarian Society of London, 8th April, 1736, by 
William Stukeley. pp. 4. 



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A Disqnisition on the Sows or Barrowa in the Peak of Derby- 
shire, particularly that capital British monument called Arbelows ; 
by the Rev. Mr. Pegge. Discoveries on opening a Tumulus in 
Derbyshire ; by the Rev. Mr. Pegge. Together, pp 6. 

An account of some Druidical Remains on Stanton and Hartle 
Moor, in the Peak, Derbyshire ; by Hayman Booke, Esq. A further 
Account of some Druidical Remains in Derbyshire ; by Hayman 
Booke, Esq. Remarks on the preceding article ; by Mr. Bray. 
Observations by the Rev. Mr. Pegge, on the Stanton Moor Tims 
and Druidical Temple ; in a Letter to Major Rooke. Illustration 
of some Druidical Remains in the Peak of Derbyshire, drawn by 
Hayman Rooke, Esq. ; by the Rev. Mr. Pegge. Together, pp. 6. 

Account of some Roman Antiquities discovered at Exeter ; by 
the Rev. Jeremiah Milles. pp. 2. 

Letter from Smart LethieuUier, Esq. to Roger Gale, Esq., giving 
VI account of a Roman Pavement at Wansted Park, in Essex. 
Part of a Letter from Stuart LethieuUier, Esq. to Dr. Charles Ly t- 
tleton, relating to some Antiquities found in the county of Essex. 
Together, pp. 2. 

A description of Silchester, in Hampshire, a Roman Town ; by 
■John Ward, F.R.S. and P.KG. 1 page. 

An account of Yerolam, and the construction of the old wall 
there. The Roman bricks compared with the modem, &c. pp. 2. 

An Account of Ariconium, or Kenche:<ter, in Herefordshire, A 
Letter from Samuel G-ale, Esq. to his brother, Roger Gale, Esq., 
relating to Ariconium ; 7th Sept. 1719. Together, pp. 2. 

A Description of an ancient Fortification near Christ-Church, 
Hampshire ; in a Letter to Gustavus Brander, Esq. from Francis 
Grose, Esq. F.A.S. Observations on the Stone Coffins found at 
Christ-Church ; by Mr. Pegge. An Account of a singular Dis- 
covery of a quantity of Birds* Bones buried in Christ-Church 
Priory, Hampshire j by Gustavus Brander, Esq. Mr. Pegge's 
Remarks on the Bones of Fowls found in Christ-Church, Twyn- 
ham, Hampshire. An Account of Rumsey Abbey, in Hampshire. 
An Account of Netley Abbey, in Hampshire. Together, pp. 6. 

An Account of Lesnes Abbey, in Kent ; by Dr. Stukeley. pp. 2. 

An Account of the Monument in Kent, commonlv ascribed to 
Gatigem j by Mr. Colebrook. Observations on Kit's Cotty House, 
in Kent : in a Letter to the Hon. Daines Barrington, urom the 
Bev. Mr. Pegge. Together, pp. 6. 

Observations on Lincoln Cathedral ; by Mr. James Essex. A 
Letter from Maurice Johnson, Esq. to Mr. New, relating to the 
Registers of the Bishops of Lincoln. An Extract of a Letter 
firom the same, to William Bogdani, Esq. October 7, 1741, con- 
cerning an extraordinary Interment. Together, pp. 4. 

The Palace of Enfield. 1 page. 

A Description of the most honourable City of London; by 
William Fitzstephen, a monk of Canterbury, who wrote in the 
reign of Henry II. pp. 3. 



206 DABLIK^TOir PBXSS. 

An Account of some Boman Urns and other Antiquitidi, digged 
up near BUhop's-gate, London, with brief Beflectiond upon the 
ancient and present state of London ; in a Letter from Mr. Wood- 
ward, to Sir Christopher Wren, Knight, 23d June, 1707. pp. 8. 

A Letter from Dr. Stukeley to Roger Ghde, Esq. on a Koman 
Pavement found at Weldon, in Northamptonshire, &c. Extract of 
a Letter from Boger G-ale, Esq in answer to the above. Dr. 
Stukeley's second Letter to Mr. Gale, on the same subject. Ex- 
tract of a Letter from Sir John Clerk, on the same subject. To- 
gether, pp. 2. 

An Account of the Boman Camp, at Castor, in Norfolk : in a 
Letter from Mr. William Arderon, F.R.S. to Mr. Keniy Baker, 
F.B.S. pp.2. 

Account of the Druidical Temple, at Bollrich, in Oxfordshire ; 
by Dr. Stukeley. pp. 3. 

The Custom of the Manor of Woodstocke. pp. 2. 

Observations on an ancient Building at Wamford, in the countj 
of Southampton ; by Henry Fenruddocke Wyndham, Esq. pp. 3. 

Account of a singular Stone among the Bocks at West Hoadley, 
Sussex ; by Thomas Pownall, Esq., F.S.A. and F.B.S. pp. 2. 

A Survey of Nonsuch House and Fork, in Surrey s taken in 
1660. pp. 3. 

Garianonum. Biurgh Castle, during the Saxon Heptarchy, 
&o. Together, pp. 2. 

Bemarks on the Abbey Church of Bury St. Edmund's, in 
Suffolk ; by Edward King, Esq. pp. 2. 

The Bull-running at Tutbury, in Staffordshire, considered ; by 
the Bev. Mr. Pegge. pp. 2. 

An Account of the Weddings near Stanton-Drew, in Somerset- 
shire ; by Dr. Stukeley. pp. 5. 

Memoir concerning the Boman Baths discovered in the year 
1788, at Wroxeter, the ancient Uriconium or Viroconium, in the 
county of Salop ; by the Bev. Mr. Leighton, of Shrewsbury, pp. 
2. 

Account of the Druidical Temple at Abury, in Wiltshire ; by 
Dr. Stukeley. pp. 6. 

Conjectures on an ancient Tomb in Salisbury Cathedrals by 
Mr. Gough. pp. 2. 

An Account of Briinham Bocks in Yorkshire; by Hayxnan 
Booke, Esq F.A.S. pp. 3. 

An Account of Connisborough Castle, in Yorkshire ; by Ed- 
ward King, Esq. F.A.S. Description of this Castle, by Francis 
Grose, Esq. F.A.S. Together, pp. 5. 

Druidical Bemains in or near the parish of Halifax, in York- 
shire; discovered and explained, by the Bev. John Watson^ 
M.A., F.S.A., and Bector of Stockport, in Cheshire, pp. 4. 

An Account of Aid burgh, the ancient Isuriura, Burrough-Bridge, 
&c. Mr. Pegge on the Rudstone Pyramided Stone. An In- 
scription in honour of Serapis, found at York, illustrated bj Mr, 
Pegge. Together, pp. 6. 



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DABLIKCrrOir PBEBB. 2Q7 

An Aoooimt of a Soman Sepulchre found near York, in 1768 ; 
by John Burton, M.D. Extract of two Letters from Dr. Burton 
to Dr. Ducarel, concerning Roman Antiquities discovered in York- 
shire, 1770. Together, pp. 2. 

Description of a Boman Hjpocaust, discovered near Brecknock : 
in a Letter from Mr. Charles Hay, to John Morgan, Esq. of 
Therrow, at Tredegar, pp. 2. 

An Account of the Borstall Horn. 1 page. 

An Account of Lord Bruce's Horn ; by the Bev. Dr. Millee, 
Dean of Exeter, and President of the Society of Antiquaries : 
read at the Society, 25th March, 1773. pp. 2. 

Tintem Abbey, in Monmouthshire. 1 page. 

Observations on the Bound Tower at Brechin, in Scotland ; 
by Bichard G-ough, Esq. 1 page. 

Observations on some Boman Altars, found in August, 1771> 
near Graham's Dyke, in Scotland ; by Mr. Gt)ugh. pp. 2. 
Of tbeae papers, not more than five or six perfect sets are known to exist 

TOPOGBAPHY.— DABLTNQTON. 

72. Dasungton School Documents : coNTAiNnrch thb Ghabtxb 
granted by Queen Elizabeth for founding the Free Grammar 
School at Darlington, 1567 ; pp. 7. Statutes, Ordinances, and 
Decrees, made by the Gx>vernors, 1748 ; pp. 8. Confirmation 
thereof by the Bishop of Durham, 1749 ; 1 leaf. Appointment of 
William Addison to be Upper Master, 1739 ; 1 leaf. Similar 
Appointmeut of Cuthbert Allen, 1747 ; 1 page. Discharge of 
Guthbert Allen from the place of Upper Master, 1748 ; 1 page. 
Appointment of Thomas Cooke to be Upper Master, 1748: 1 
page. Discharge of Thomas Cooke, 1750 ; 1 page. Appointment 
of Bobert Meetkirke to be Upper Master, 1750 ; pp. 2. Similar 
Appointment of Thomas Moreland, 1755; pp. 2. Bishop of 
Durham's License to Moreland to perform the office, 1757 ; 1 
page. Appointment of John Dixon to be Under Master, 1758 ; 
pp. 2. Darlington Yestry Orders, 1714 and 1659 ; pp. 2. 
Opinions of John Middleton and John Cuthbert, Esquires, on the 
Charter, pp. 2. 4to. Yignette containing the School Seal. 

73. To Matthew DsNiriBOif akd Joseph Hofton, Oyebseess or 
the Poor of Darlington, for the year 1772. EoUo. 1 page. 

74. ASSTRACT AbTICLES OE AaBEEMENT, BESPECTINQ DaBLIKGTOK 

Workhouse. 9th April, 1773. FoUo. 1 page. 

75. NonoB TO THE Chtjbchwabdeks, &o, ov Dablhtotok. 29iH 
April, 1774. 4to. 1 page. 

76. To ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCEBN, AND ESPECIALLY TO THB CON- 

stables of Darlington, and all other Constables within the County 
of Durham. Dated at the Castle in Utopia, the 20th July, 1785 
4to. 1 page. 
11. DABLiiraioN. Noncss ov Ybbtbt MEBTiKas. 1788-1795. 5 
leaves. 



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78. Notice op Mbeting of the Chtjrchwabdens asd Otsbseersj 
of Darlington, respecting " a fair, equal, and just Assessment." 
1791. 4to. 1 page. 

79. FoFB Sheets eelating to the Militia. 1792-98. 

80. Histoeical Collections belatino (to) the Tows op Dab- 
lington, in the County Palatine of Durham. 4to. pp. 4j ex- 
clusive of the title. 

81. Notice, by Samuel Dickens, Abchdeacok op Dubham:, to 
the Churchwardens of the Parish of Darlington. 4to. 1 page. 

82. Notice op a Meeting op the Chfbchwabdens, Oveeseees 
of the Poor, and principal Inhabitants of the Township of Dar- 
lington and BlackweU. 23rd August, 1792. 12mo. 1 page. 

83. Declaeations and Resolutions agreed to at a Meeting of 
the Inhabitants of the Town of Darlington and the Neighbour- 
hood. 1st January, 1793. 

84 Dablington Society. 1793, October 22. 4to. pp. 6. 

85. Notice as to the Biveb Skeenb. 1795. 4to. 1 page. 

86. Hand-bill bespecting Daeungtoit Pabish Accounts. 1795. 
12mo. 1 page. 

87. A GENEBAL CAUTION OP ALL THE INHABITANTS OP THE TOWW- 

ship of Darlington. 16th April, 1795. A small slip. 

88. Dablington Blue-coat Chabity School. 19th Jakuaby, 
1798. 4to. 1 page. 

89. Insceiption on the Monument in Dablington Chubch, 
erected by Q-eorge AUan to the Memory of Dorothy and Ann 
Allan, and also of his Wife. 4to. 1 page. 

90. Cobeespondence between Geobge Allan, Esq., and John 
Wetherell, Esq., relative to the Copyholders of the Manor of Bond- 
gate, at Darlington. On a folio sheet. 

91. A Table op Moulteb to be taken by the MilIiEB at 
BlackweU MUl. 4to. 1 page. 

92. Notice op an Indictment. Bobough op Dablington. A bmauj 
slip. 

93. Abstbact on Lease, pbom Lobd Vanb to Mb. John Peasb, 
of a Farm at Darlington, Folio. 1 page. 

94. B.ULES OP A Society established at Dablington, in thh 
County of Durham, for promoting the study of General and 
Natural History, Antiquities, &c. 8vo. pp. 4. 

95. , Compabative Table, shewing the State op Population nr 
this Parish. 4to. 1 page. 

TOPOGRAPHY.— DURHAM. 
96. Collectanea ad Statum Civilem et Ecclesiastiouk Coki- 
tatus Dunelmensis spectantia, ex variifl CodicibuB tarn ManuBcriptii^ 
quam Impensis, sine ordine congesta. 



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** Gather up the fragments that remain.*' 
4to. A single leaf ; with a vignette, by Bailey. 

There is an accompanying leaf, contaiuing a Dedication to Biahop Egerton ; 
dated Darliugtou, iBt July, 1774. 

97. Chabtbrs gbaktbd to the Buboesses ov Babnabd Castle, 
in the County Palatine of Durham. 4to. pp. 4. 

98. Ak Addbess and Quebies to the Fttblic, belativb to the 
compiling a complete Civil and Ecclesiastical History of the antieot 
and present state of the County Palatine of Durham. Darlington : 
Printed by Marshall Vesey. 1774. 4to. pp. 12; exclusive of 
the title, which has on it the seal of Biohard Trevor, Bishop of 
Durham, a.d. 1752. 

99. A SMALL Note fbom W. Hxttohinsom" to his Sitbscbibebs. 

100. Addbess to the Sitbscbibebs to Hutohhstson's Histoby op 
Durham. 4to. pp. 20. 

101. Pboposals eob publishing Noble's Dissebtations upon the 
Mint and Coins of the Episcopal Palatines of Durham. 4to. 1 
page. See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 1695. 

102. The Episcopal Coins op Dubham, and the Monastic Coins 
of Reading, minted during the Beigns of Edward 1., 11., and 111., 
appropriated to their respective Owners. By Benjamin Bartlet, 
F.A.S. 1778. 4to. pp. 4. With a Vignette of the great seal, 
and two pennies of Bishop Beak, in the reign of King Edward 1. 

103. E-ULES AND ObDERS, TO BE ObSEBTED IN ACTIONS AND PbO- 

ceedings in the Court of the County of Durham. 4to. pp. 26 ; 
no title page. Also copies on large paper. 

104. BULES AND ObDEBS, OF THE COUBT OP PlEAS OP THE COUNTX 

Palatine of Durham & Sadberge. 4to. pp. 4. 

105. The Oeigin and Succession op the Bishops op Dubham ; 

printed from the original Manuscript in the Dean and Chapter's 

Library at Durham. 1779. 4to. pp. 28 ; exclusive of title, and 

Address to the Reader. 

A perfect copy of tliis book should contain "The Continuance of all the 
BiHhops of Durham, from St. Aidaine to Cuthbert Tonstali ;" pp. 2: and 
" Remarks of the Kev. Mr. Kud, upon the Rook intituled, 'The Origin and 
Succession of the Bishops of Durham, &c. ;* " 1 leaf. 

106. The Bboommendatobt Letteb op Olivee Cbomwell, to Wil- 
liam lienthaU, Esq., Speaker of the House of Commons, for erect- 
ing a College and University at Durham ; and his Letters Patent 
(when Lord Protector) for founding the same. With the Addresf 
of the Provost and Fellows of the said College to his son Bichard, 
Lord Protector, on the death of his Father. 4to. pp. 30. The 
letters patent are from the original in the Durham Library. The 
Address Is illuminated with Cromwell's portrait and arms, and 
emblematical designs. 

107. EXTBAOTS PBOU BOLDOK BOOE ; OB, ThB DOICESDAT OP THB 

County of Durham. 4to. pp. 8. , 



210 DABLIKaTOK FItESfl. 

108. Thi Foinn>ATioir Chabtxb op thb Cathsbsaii Chttbch oi 
Durham, bj King Henry YIII. 12th May, 154L 4ito. pp. 8. 
Copies fldso on large paper. 

109. Thb Endowment of thb Cathedsal Ghxtbch of Dubhajt, 
by Henry YIII. 16th May, 1541. 4to. pp. 84. Copies also on 
large paper. 

HO. A Letteb fbom William Fbanioelbyn, to Cabbinax Wolsbt, 
Bishop of Durham, relating to certain Coal Mines at Whickhara, 
and oth^r Rights and Privileges of the Bishoprick ; and the Car* 
dinals Mint there, for the Coinage of Money. 4to. pp. 8. 

111. Thb Obdeb sett down by the Riqht Honorable thb 
Lordes of the Queen's Privie Counsell in the Norths parts, 
betwene the Deane and Chapiter of Durham, and theire Ten- 
aunts, the 17th August, 19th Queen EUzabeth, 1577. Dispute 
between the Dean and Chanter of Durham and their Tenants, about 
renewing Leases. 11th March, 1639. 4to. pp. 12. 

112. The Cebtifioate of the Commissionebs appointed to bub- 
Tcy the Manors, Lands, and Tenements, of the late Dean and 
Chapter of Durham, by vertue of a Commission grounded upon 
an Act of the Commissioners of England, assembled in Parliament, 
for abolishing of Deans and Chapters. Ist October, 1649, 4to. 
pp. 6. 

113. The Pbooeedings of the Dean and Chapteb of Dubham 
against their rebellious Tenants, before the King's Commissioners. 
1661. 4to. pp. 11. 

114. The Dean and Chaptee's Petition to King Chables I. 
(then at Durham) for his Confirmation of their Charters and 
Endowments ; and the Order for the same, by Sir John Cooke. 
2d June, 1633. 4to. pp. 1. 

115. The Answeb of the Dean and Peebendaries of Ditbhak, 
setting forth the Beasons why they cannot possibly produce their 
Booke of Chapter Actes, as they were ordered by the Bight 
Honourable the Lords of the Upper House of Parliament. 4to. 
pp.2. 

116. Exteact fbom the Bolls of Parliament, in the Toweb of 
London. Thomas Lord Boos, Thomas Grey, Lord Bugemond 
Grey, Humphrey Dacre, Knt., William Tailboys, Knt., Thomas 
Neveill, and others, attainted of High Treason, for Bebellion, at 
Brancepeth, in the County of Durham, against King Edward IV. ; 
and all their Lands, &c., declared to be forfeited to the Bishop of 
Durham, in right of his Church. 4to. pp. 4. 

117. Appointment of William Bichardson, Master of the 
Mint at Durham. — Lease from Bishop Buthal to Boger Richard- 
son, Master Workman of his Money of Silver, to be coined in the 
Palace of Durham. 4to. pp. 4. 

118. Ez:iaCFLIFIOATION OF A LeaSE OF THE SaLT MeADOWS, AND 

Tolls of the Town of Gateshead, made irom. Cuthbert Tunstall, 



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Bishop of Durham, to the Mayor and BurgeBses of Newoastl^- 
npon-Tjne, for the term of 4)50 years ; and Confirmation thereof, 
by the Dean and Chapter. 1 and 2 PhiUp and Mary; 28th 
March, 1554. 4to. pp. 4. 

119. Descbiption op Babt Castlb. 4to. pp. 2. 

120. DsscBiPTiON OP WiTTON Castlb. 4to. pp. 2. 

121. Tbakslatiok op the Inbolkent op a Deed is Fbbnch, 
from John de Carrowe, to Bishop Hatfield. 1363. 4to. 1 leaf. 

122. Manobs held op the Bishop op Dtjbhak nr capite, bt 
Knight's Service, and other Tenures, &o. 4to. pp, 16. All 
printed. A copy on large paper. 

123. Commission to heab and detebminb the Appeax op Outh- 
bert Tunstall, Bishop of Durham, being deprived of his Bishoprick. 
1 Sept. 1553. 4to. pp. 4. 

124. Statttta et Obdinationes Ecclbsi^ Cathedbalib Chbisti et 
Beats MarisB Yirginis Dunelmensis; 20 Martii, 1553. 4to. pp. 4. 
[All printed.] 

125. Ak Act op Pabliament, empowebing Q. Mabt to make 
Statutes for Cathedral and Collegiate Churches. 2nd April, 1554. 
4to. pp. 4. Copies on labge fapeb. 

126. An Obdinance op the Lobds and Commons absembucd nr 
Parliament, for appointing the Sale of Bishops' Lands for the use 
of the Commonw^th, in 1646. 4to. pp. 2. 

127. A Pabticulab op Lands BEioNGiNa to the Bishop, sold by 
virtue of an Ordinance for abohshing Archbishops and Bishops, 
within the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales. Ex- 
emplification of a Fine of Lands at Hurworth, levied in the time 
of the Commonwealth. 1650. 4to. pp. 4. 

128. An Assize, to be held at Dttbham, on the 11th op August, 
1651 ; with Exemplification of a Fine of Lands at Hurworth, 
levied in the time of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of Eng- 
land. 1656. 4to. pp. 6. 

129. Licence to the Dean and Chapteb op Dtjbham, to elect a 
Bishop, on the Deprivation of Cuthhert Tunstall. 1560. — The 
Queen's Assent to the Election of James Pilkington, Bishop of 
Durham. 20th February, 1561. (Extracted from Bymer's 
FoBdera.) 4to. pp. 4. 

130. Eestitution op the Tempoealttes op the Bishopbiok op 
Durham to James Pilkington, Bishop. 13th June, 1566. (Ex- 
tracted from the FoBdera.) 4to. pp. 4. 

131. Ftjbtheb Papebs belating to Bishop Pileington, Lands 
detained from him, and state of the Bishoprick. (Extracted from 
Strype's Annals of the Beformation.) 4to. pp. 6. 

182. Inspbximus op an Act op Pabliament, in thb pebst tbab 
of Queen Mary (not printed in the Statutes), for the repeal of 
two seyeral Acts, made in <he 7th Edward YX., touching the Dis- 

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212 BASLnrcKFOiir pbbss. 

solution of the BiBhoprick of Bnrham, and for re-establiBbing^ 
reviying, and reetoring the Bishoprick, and all the Possessions and 
FranchiseB thereof. 4to. pp. 15, labob papeb. 

S3. GuAST FBOM Philip ^jstd Maby to Bishop Titsstau,, of the 
Nomination, Presentation, and Collection of all the twdve Pre- 
bendaries in the Cathedral Church of Durham, to him and his 
Successors, which by the Foundation of Henry YIIL were in the 
Crown, only reserring the Nomination of the Dean. 4to. pp. 3. 

134. Licence to the Pbiob aitd Chapteb op Dubham, to ei.ect a 
Bishop, on the Death of Bobert Neville. 1 August, 1457. The 
Pope's Letter to Henry VI., approving of Laurence Booth to be 
Bishop, at the instance of Queen Mai^aret. Bestitution of the 
Temporalties of the Bishoprick to Laurence Booth. The King's 
Pardon to Bishop Booth. Licence to him to be absent from Par- 
liament three years. Writ of Supersedeas, restoring Temporalties. 
Pro Episcopo Dunelmensi de obolis fabricandis. 4to. pp. 12. 

135. EXTBACTS PBOH THE JOTJBNALS OP THE HoUBE OF COMMONS, 

1650, touching the College at Durham being converted into * 
'' University. 4to. pp. 3. 

136. EXTBAOTS PBOM THE JOUBNALS OP THE HoUSE OF LOBDS. (Re- 

lating to the cause of Forster and others, versus Armorer and 
others.) 4to. pp. 3. 

'137. ExTBACTS PEOM THE JoUBNAIi OF THE HoVSE OF LOBDS, CON- 
ceming the Bishoprick of Durham, and sending Membera to Par- 
liament for the County, City of Durham, Barnard Castle, and' 
Hartlepool^ 4to. pp. 17. 

138. ExTBACTS FBOM THE JOFBNAL OP THE HOTJSE OP COMMONS, 

concerning the sending of Members to Parliament for the City and 
County of Durham. 4to. pp. 7. 

139. An Account of the Peoceedings in Pabllament (1666, 67, 
and 68), between Dr. Cosins, Bishop of Durham, and the Gentle- 
men Freeholders of the County Palatine of Durham, as to their 
having Elnights and Burgesses to serve in Parliament. 4to. pp. 20. 

140. Indentttee UPON the Election and Betubn op Two Knights 
to serve in Parliament for the County of Durham, in the time of 
Oliver CromweU. 4to. pp. 2. 

141. An Addbebs pbom the People op Dubham, to the Iiobd 
General and Counoel of Officers. 28th April, 1653. 4to. pp. 4. 
There are royal paper copies. 

142. Ktpieb Hospital: viz. Funpatio Hospitalis de Ktfieb. 
Ordinatio Hospitalis de Kypier. Carta Hugonis Dunehnensis Epis- 
copi. 4to. pp. 4. 

143. SUPEB LiBEBTATE BsaALI DVNOLMENSIB EPISOOFI. 4tO. pp. 2, 

144. De Judioio sufeb Libebtatibus Dunelm. in makuh Bbghb 
captis ad nullato. De Bestitutione Temporalium Thot Langle 
Epis. Dunehsi. 4to. pp. 10. 



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146. Thb Chabteh gbantbd by Hugh Pudstst, Bishop op Dub- 
hain, to the Burgesses of the City of Durham, 1179 or 1180. 
Latin and English. 4to. pp. 2. 

146. CoNPiBMATiON OP BiSHOP Ptidset's Chabteb to the Bub- 
gesses of the City of Durham, by Pope Alexander III. Latin and 
^English. 4to. pp. 2. 

Accompanying this is a fac-simile engraving of the Charter and Confirma- 
tion, with the seals appendant. 

147. A Gbant pob Lipe to Queen Henbietta Mabia, Coksobt 
to King Charles the Pirst. 1626. 4to. pp. 3. 

148. Account op cebtain Chabteb Hobns, in the Cathedral op 
Carlisle. By Bishop Littleton. 4to. 1 page. 

This was printed as an iilustration to Hutchinson's History of Cumberland. 

149. FuBTHEB Obsebyations on the Cablisle Hobns. By the 
Beyerend Mr. Cole, P.A.S. 4to. 1 page. 

This was also printed for the same purpose. 

150. An Accoijnt op the Ancient Stone Spout, discovebed in 
repairing the Cathedral at Durham, in 1779 ; with an etching, by 
W. H. A single leaf, folio. 

151. John Egebton. 4to. pp. 2. 

This is a memoir of Bishop Egerton, intended as an additional leaf to the 
first Yolume of Hutchinson's History of Durham. 



SHERBURN hospital, Ac. 

152. Collections belatino to Sheebubn Hospital, in the 
County Palatine of Durham: shewing the Foundation thereof, by 
Hugh Pudsey, Bishop of Durham, about the year 1181, and what 
Alterations it has since undergone, by an Act of Parliament Incor- 
porating the same, 27th Q. Eliz. 1585 : and several Charters, 
Chttnts, Benefactions, Visitations, Inquisitions, Rules, Ordinances, 
and Masters thereof, so far as can be collected from Registers, Close 
Rolls, authentic Records, Wills, and other Instruments, in Manu- 
script and Print. Printed in the year 1771. 4to. 129 leaves, in- 
cluding title, without pagination. Plates of 1. West yiew of 
Sherbum Hospital. 2. Seal of the Hospital ; on the title. 3. In- 
scription on a brass, to the memory of Thomas Leyer. 

153. Addbess pbom Geobge Allan, to the Pbesident and Fei^ 
lows of the Society of Antiquities in London, on presenting them 
with a copy of Sherbum Hospital. 1st January, 1777. 4to. 1 
leaf. 

154. Collections belatino to St. Edmxtnd's Hospitai^ at 
Gkitesheyed, in the County of Durham ; shewing the Foundation 
thereof, by I^icholas Farnham, Bishop of Durham, about the year 
1247, and afterwards dissolyed by a general Act of Parliament, 
26th Henry 8th, 1535 ; but again refounded by James Ist, 4ith 
January, 1610, by the name of King James's Hospital in Gateside: 
together with several Charters, Grants, &c. concerning the said 
Town and Church of Gtateside, so £ar as can be collected from Re- 



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giiterSi Close Kolls, authentic Records, Wills, and other Instra- 
ments, in MS. and Print. Printed in the year m.dcc.lxix. 4to. 
pp. 56 ; excluaiye of the title ; without numerals or signatures. 
60 ccpies printed. 

155. Collections sblatikg to thb Hospital at Gbbthah, nr 
the County of Durham ; shewing the Foundation thereof by 
Bobert Stichehill, Bishop of Durham, about the year 1272, and 
afterwards refounded, and Incorporated by Letters Patent of King 
James Ist, 1610, by the name of Master and Brothers of the Hos- 
pital of God in Gretham, in the County Palatine of Durham. To- 
gether with several Charters, Grants, Visitations, Inquisitions, 
Bules, and Ordinances, concerning the said Hospital and Church 
of Gretham, so far as can be collected from Registers, Close Bolls, 
authentic Records, Wills, and other InstrumenU in MS. and Print. 
4to. pp. 68 ; exclusive of Title, without numerals or signatures. 
For the contents of this collection, vide Upcott's English Topo- 
graphy, p. 215. 

166. Extracts fboh thb Jottbnals of thb Housb of CoicKovSy 
concerning the Masters of Greetham and Sherborne Hospitals. 
4to. pp. 2. 

167. Thb Lbgend of Saint Ctjthbbet ; ob, the Histobies of his 
Churches at Lindisfarne, Cunecascestre, and Dunholm. By 
Robert Hegg. 1626. Darlington : Printed by George Smith. 
1777. 4to. pp. 81. Yignette of Lindisfarne. 

168. [1 June, 1781]. Pboposals fob pbintino bt SimscBiPTioir 
the History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham. 

" By William Hutchinson, F.S. A. 4to. pp. 4. 

159. [1 Deoembeb, 1781]. Anotheb, of this date. 

160. [1 Janitabt, 1782]. Anotheb, of this date. 4to. pp. 6. 

These Proposals vary considerably from the former. 

161. Pbo (Laub. Booth) Episoopo Dttnolkensi, db Oboms'fab- 
ricandis. Pro (Johan Sherwood) Episcopo Dunelmensi, Sterlin- 
giis fabricandis. 4to. pp. 2. 

162. The Chabteb of Zing Henbt the Fottbth, by way of Ex- 
emplification or Inspeiimus, of the Liberties and Privileges granted 
to the Bishops of Durham by the Kings of England. 6Lh May, 
1407. 4to. pp. 2. 

163. Inspeximus of the Sxtbbendeb madb by Hugh Whitbhbad, 
Prior of the Cathedral Church or Monastery of St. Cuthbert, at 
Durhfmi, to King Henry the Eighth, 81 December, 1640. 4to. 
pp. 6. 

FAMILY WILLS. 

164. Will of Robebt Killinghall, of Tabv, in the cottnty of 
York, Esq. Letters of Administration, with the Will annexed, 
granted by the Prerogative Court of York, to John Killinghall, 
jSsq., Son, and residuary Legatee. 4to. pp. 2. 



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165. Will of Johtt Killikohall, of Dablinoton, in thx oottitit 
of Durham, Esquire ; with a Codicil thereto. 4to. pp. 3. 

166. Will of Hannah Eden, of Dablinoton, in the county of 
Durham, Widow. Probate thereof, from the Prerogative Court 
of York, to Ami Allan, Spinster, Devisee, and sole Executrix. 4to. 
pp. 4. 

167. Administbation gbanted by the Pebebooativb Court of 
York, to James Allan, Esquire, of the Goods and Chatties of 
Hannah Eden, Widow, left unadministered bj Ann Allan, Spinster. 
4to. 1 page. 

168. Will of Geoboe Allan, of Dablington, in the county of 
Durham, Esquire. Probate thereof, from the Prerogative Court of 
York, to his son, George Allan, of Grange, Devisee and sole Exe- 
cutor. 4to. pp. 5. 

169. Will of Geobob Allan, of Blacewell Gbanob, in the 
county of Durham, Esquire. Probate thereof, from the Preroga- 
tive Court of York, to his two Daughters, Ann and Dorothy Allan, 
Devisees and joint Executrixes therein named. 4to. pp.4. 

170. Administbation of Dobothy Allan, late of Blacewell 
Grange, Spinster, granted by the Prerogative Court of York to 
her survivmg Sister, Ann Allan. 4to. 1 page. 

171. Administbation, with the Will annexed, fbom thb Pbe- 
rogative Court at York, of George Allan the elder, late of Darling- 
ton, Esquire, deceased, not administered by George Allan, Esquire, 
his Son and Executor, unto Ann Allan, Spinster, Daughter and 
surviving Executrix, named in the Will of the said George Allan 
the son, deceased. 4to. 1 page. 

172. Will of Ann Allan, of Blackwall Gbanoe, in the pae- 
ish of Darlington, in the county of Durham, Spinster. 4to. pp. 
14. 

173. Commission and Requisition fbom the Pbebogatiyb Coubt 
of Canterbury, to the Archbishop of York, &c., sole Executor 
named in the last Will and Testament of Ann Allan, late of Black- 
well Grange, in the county of Durham, Spinster, deceased. 15th 
November, 1785. 4to. pp. 2. 

174. Commission fbom the Yicab-Genebal, &o., of the Pbebo- 

gative Court of York, to James Moorland and , Clerks, 

to swear James Allan, Esq. 19th November, 1785. 4to. 1 page. 

175. The Cebtifioatb of Thomas Moobland, of his having 
sworn James Allan, Esq. 26th November, 1785. 4to. 1 page. 

176. Peobate of the Will of Ann Allan, fbom the Pbeboga- 
tive Court of York, to James Allan, sole Executor therein named. 
19th November, 1785. 4to. 1 page. 

177. Pbobate of the same Will, fbom the Pbebogatiyb Coubt 
of Canterbuiy. 19th December, 1785. 4to. 1 page. 




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6. I'HB Style of Pebachinq fottr hundekd Yeaes ago. 1837, 
8vo. 100 copies printed. 

6. Thbex Letters by the Poets Clase, Coofeb, Aim Bird, 
1837, 8vo. 25 copies printed. 

7. TeIAI, COITFBSSION, AND CONDEMKATIOW OV FIYB WiTCHES AT 

Maidstone, Kent, in 1652 and Trial, Examination, and Execution 
of three Witches at Faversliam, 1646. 1837, 8vo. 200 copies 
priiUed. See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2961. 

8. DiscoTEEY OP Witches in Nobeolk by Mat Hopkins, 1647- 
1837, 8vo. portrait. 100 ccpies printed. See * JBibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 1111. 

9. Geobgban Beysl-tions, a Posbc. 1838, Svo. 100 copies 
printed, 

10. Pulpit Oeatoey potjb Centiteies ago. 1889, 8to. 100 copies 
printed. 

11. A DOOTOBS **Do"-INQS, OB THE EnTEAPPED HeIBBSS OP W 

M. : a Satirical Poem. (Reprinted from the suppressed edition). 
1839, 12mo. 

12. False Peophets Discoyebed. 1844, 4to. 

13. The Scaecity and Excellence op Vietuoits Women, a Sb»- 
mon by J. Colby. 1845, 4to. 

14. Some Kejscted Stanzas op Don Juan, with Byeon's owk 
curious Kotes. 1845, 4to. 

15. Thomas Tussbe, his last Will and Testament. 1846, 4to. 

16. Human Fatb, and otheb Poems, by Sib Egeeton Bbydges, 
Bart. 1846, 4to. 

17. Metbioal Mibth about Maebiaoeablb Misses, &o. 1846, 
18mo. 

18. A Wipe not Eeady Made, but Bespoken : a Poem. By B. Ay- 
lett. 1847, 4to. portrait. 

19. Pleasant Quippes poe Upstaet Newpangled Gentlewomen, 
by S. Gosson, Pai'son of Great Wigborowe, in Essex. 1847, 8vo. 
See ^Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2030. 

20. Tbyal op Witches at Buey St. Edmonds, 1664, with Appendix 
by C. Clark, Greenwich. 1838, Svo. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 2960. 

21. Single Leaa^s op Aceostics, Adyeetisements, Ballads, 

Christmas Carols, Epitaphs, Metrical Epistles, Parodies, Poems, 
Proclamations, Songs, btanzas, &c. A collection of 68 of these 
Leaves is in the Catalogae of J. Walter K. Eyton, Esq^. Sold^ May, 
1848, teith the entire collection, for 11. 15s. 




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LEE PEIOET PRESS. 

EgtablisTied In 18t3 by the late Sir Egerton Brjdgfes, Bart., at Ickham, near Can- 
terbury, the seat of his eldest son, T. B. Brydges Barrett, Esq. 

The number of copies printed in no case exceeded one hundreds 

1. Sbleot Poems op Maegaret Cavendish, Duchess op Newcastub. 
Edited by Sir Egerton Brydges, K. J. Kent, printed at the pri- 
vate press of Lee Priory by Johnson and Walker. 1813, royal 
8to. pp. 25. 24 copies printed, 1 copy on INDIA papes. See 
* Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1662. 

2. KOBEET GbEENE'S GeOAT'S WOBTH op Wit ; BOUaHT "WITH A 

Million of Repentance. With a Preface, critical and biographical, 
by Sir Egerton Brydges, K.J. 1813, 4to. pp. 50. 65 copies 
printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 936. 

3. SiE Walteb Ralei&h's Poems ; now pibst oollectbd, with ▲ 
Biographical and Critical Introduction by Sir Egerton Brydges, 
K.J. 1813, 4to. pp. 70. Biographical Introduction, pp. 73; 
Index, Dedication, and Contents, 4 leaves. -See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 2041. 

.4. The Sylvan Wandebeb, consisting op Mobai, Sebtticentai^ 
and Critical Essays. By Sir Egerton Brydges, K.J. Vol. I. 1813, 
royal 870. pp. 80. Title, Preface, &c. 4 leaves. 

6. The Sylvan Wandebeb, Pabt the Second. 1815, boyax 8vo. 
pp. 81-159. Title, Preface, &c. 5 leaves. 

6. The Sylvan Wandebeb. Vol. 2, Pabt the Fibst. 1817, 
royal 8vo. pp. 88. 

7. The JSylvan Wandebeb. Vol. 2, Pabt the Second. ^821, 
royal 8vo. pp. 89-143 ; portrait of Sir Egerton Brydges, by Bat- 
tista Nocchi. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 297. 

8. Occasional Poems, wbitten in the yeab M.DCCCzt. (By 
Sir Egerton Brydges.) 1814, 4to. pp. 17. Title, &c. 3 leaves. 1 
copy <3n india papeb. 

9. Bbeton's Longing op a Blessed Heabt ; which loathing thb 
World doth long to be with Christ. 1814, 4to. pp. 45. Title, 
&c. 8 leaves. 1 copy on India papeb. Copies on labgb papbBi, 
See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 264. 

10. Dtjnluce Castle ; a Poem in Foub Pabts. Bt Edwabd Qinx- 
linan, Esq., of the Third Dragoons. 1814, 4to. pp. 68. Dedica- 
tion, &c. 2 leaves. 1 copy on india papeb. Copies on labgs 

PAPEB. 

11. Stanzas by the Authob op Ditnlxtce Castle. 1814, 4to, Pp. 
26. Title, &o. 2 leaves. 1 copy on india papeb. 

12. Select Poems, by Sib Egebton Bbydges, K.J. 1814, 4iro. Pp. 
40. Title, &G. 3 leaves. 1 copy on india papeb. 

13. Excebpta Tudobiana ; obEztbacts pbom Elizabethan Litsba- 
ture, with a Critical Essay by Sir Egerton Brydges. — No. 1, Jan. 



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1814, 8ro. pp. 32 ; Half-title and Dedication, 2 leaves. — No. 2, on 
the Wrapper, July 11, 1814, pp. 33-64. — No. 3, on the Wrapper, 
Sept. 20, 1814, pp. 65-96— No. 4, 1814, pp. 97-128 j Title, Pedi- 
cation, AdTertisement, and Contents, 5 leaves. 

14. lExCBBFTA TUDOBIANA ; OB EXTBACTS FBOM ELIZABETHAN LlTEBA- 

ture. Vol II.— No. 1, 1817, 8vo. pp. 1-48 —No. 2, 1817, pp. 
49-96.— No. 8, 1818, pp. 97-128. Contents, 2 leaves ; Index at 
end, 1 leaf. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 297. 

16. Tbub Relation op the Bibth, BBEEDiNa, and Life of Mab- 
garet Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle. Written by herself. 
With Preface, &c. by Sir Egerton Brydges. 1814, 8vo. pp. 36. 
Preface, pp. 9. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1663. 

16. Ntmphidia. The' Coubt of Faiby. Kt Michael Dbayton. 
1814, 8vo. pp. 44. Advertisement, pp. 12 ; Postscript, pp. 14. 
1 copy on INDIA PAFEB. See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 673. 

17. A DiTiNE Poem, divided into Two Pabts: the Ravished 
Soul, and the Blessed Weeper. Compiled by Nicholas Breton, 
Gentleman. Imprinted at London for John Browne and John 
Deane, 1601. Lee Priory, printed by John Warwick, 8vo. pp. 
46. (Reprinted without a Title-page or Preface.) See * Biblio- 
grapher's Manual,' p. 264. 

18. Bebtbak ; A Poetical Talb. Bt Sib Eqebton Bbydoes, £. J. 

1814, 8vo., wood-cut, pp. 46. Title, &c. 6 leaves. 1 copy on 
INDIA PAPEB. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 297. 

19. The Chabactebs of Robebt Deyebeux, Eabl of Essex ; and 
G^rge Yilliers, Duke of Buckingham : compared and contrasted. 
By Sir Henry Wotton. Knight. A new edition, 1814, 8vo. pp. 
87. Title, &c. 4 leaves. Reprinted from Reliquiss Wottonianse. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 2997. 

20. Davison's (Fbancis and William) Poetical Rhapsody. With 
a Preface by Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. (Vol. I., Part 1.) 1814, 
8vo. pp. 39. Advertisement, pp. 35 ; Title, &c. 3 leaves ; Adver- 
tisement at end, 1 leaf.— Part 2, pp. 41-92 —Part 3, pp. 93-127. 
Index of lines, 1 leaf ; Contents, pp. 4. Introduction to YoL I. 
pp. 37-80. 

21. Vol. II. Pabt 1. Pp. 1-48. Adybbtisement to Ap- 
pendix, 2 leaves; Appendix, pp. 10. — Part 2, 1816, 8vo. pp. 
49-98. Preface, pp. xi. ; Contents, pp. 3 ; Arrangement, 1 leaf at 
end. 

22. Vol. III. Pabt 1, containing the Poems of Fbancis 

and Walter Davison. 1816, 8vo. pp. 87.— Part 2, 1817. Con- 
tents paged 26, 27, 28. Preface to the Third Volume, pp. 24 ; 
Poems, pp. 40 j Variations, 1 leaf; Alphabetical Index, 2 leaves. 
1 copy on INDIA PAPEB. Copies on laboe papeb. See * Biblio- 
grapher'i Manual,' p. 602. 

28. Obioinal Poems, neyeb befobe published. By William 
Browne, of the Inner Temple, Gent., Author of Britannia's Pas- 
torals. 1613. With a Preface and Notes bv Sir Egerton Brydges, 
Bart. Lee Priory Press, 1815, 4to. Aavertisement| pp. 7$ 




220 ISB FBIOBY FSESS. 

Poems, pp. 1-52. 80 copies j»rfW«f.— Part 2, 1815, pp. 53-96. 
ikppendix to Preface, 1 leaf.— Part 3, 97-128. —Part 4, pp. 
129-152. Contents, 1 leaf. 80 copies printed. 1 copy on iin>iA 
PAPER. These Poems were copied from a MS. in the Lansdowne 
Collection, British Museum. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' 
p. 292. 

24. Sexeot Ltsical Poehs. By Qeobqb Withes. WBi^rTEKABOtrr 
1622. Lee Priory Press, 1815, 8yo. pp. 12. Printed only on one 
side of the paper, the printed side a drab colour, and the reverse 
blue. 100 copies printed. 1 copy on otdia papss. See * Biblio- 
grapher's Manual,* p. 2965. 

25. Speeches deliyebed to Qttbest Eltzabbth on hbb Visit to 
Giles Brydges, Lord Chandos, at Sudeley Castle, in Gloucester- 
shire. With a Preface by Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. 1815, 4to., 
portrait of OtJles Brydges. Title, &c. 5 leaves ; Introduction, pp. 
62 ; a leaf of Arms of the 6th and 7th Lords Chandos ; Speech^ 
pp. 27 ; Arrangement, 1 leaf; List of Works, 1 leaf^ 100 copies 
printed. 1 copy on india papeb. 

26. Chandos Family^ (Repbinted peom the Intboductioh to the 
preceding Article.) 4to. pp. 30 ; no title. 

27. Bbeton's (N.) Melancholike Humoubs. With a Cbitical 
Preface by Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. 1815, 4to. pp. 72. Title, 
&c. 11 leaves. 1 copy on INDIA papeb. See ' Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 263. 

28. Bbeton's (N.) Pbaibb op Vibtuous Ladibs. Edited by Sib 
Egerton Brydges, Bart. 1815, 8vo. pp. 38. Title, &c, 5 leaves. 
80 copies printed, 1 on INDIA papeb. See 'Bibliographer's 
Manual,* p. 265. 

29. Bbathwayte*s (Richabd) Odes; OB Philomel's Teabs. 
Edited by Sur Egerton Brydges, Bart. 1815, 8vo. pp. 36. Title 
and Advertisement, pp. 3. 80 copies printed, 1 on India papeb. 

30. Consolation ; a Poem, addressed to Lady Bbydoes. By Ed- 
ward Quillinan, Esq. 1815. Sto. 4£Sl cftpies printed. 

31. DeSULTOBIA ; OB COMMENTS OP A SoUTH BeITON ON BoOKS .^ITI? 

Men. By Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. 1815, 8vo. pp. 48. Dedi- 
cation, &c. 2 leaves. 80 copies printed. 1 copy on india papeb. 

32. LoBD Bbook's Lipe op Sie Philip Sydney. With a Pbepacb, 
&c. by Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. 1816, 8vo. Title and Tedi- 
cation, 2 leaves. The Descents from the Sydney family of Earl 
Spencer, of Lord Byron, of Lord Strangford, and of Hon. Wil- 
^ liam Herbert, and the Alliances of Sir Egerton Brydges to the 
family of Sydney, each 1 leaf. Preface, pp. 26 ; Memoir of Fulk 
Greville, pp. 10 ; Ecoraastic Poems, pp. 13 j Contents, 2 leaves j 
Life of Sydney, pp. 75 ; Arrangement, 1 leaf. — Vol. II., fialf« 
title; Contents, pp.4; Life, pp.136. See 'bibliographer's 
Manual,* p. 282. 



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88. STDiniT Pamtly. 1816, 8vo. Pp. 27. Cotied from an easlt 
edition of Coliins* Peerage. Not in the Life before mentioned, 

34. ACOOITNT OF THB WOBZS FEINTED AT THE PEIVATE PEESS AT LbB 

Priory, Kent. Lee Priory, April 17, 1816, 12mo. pp. 12. 

35. Elegiao Veeses, addeessed to a Lady. By Edwabd Qfil- 
linan, Esq. 1817, 4to. Title, &c. 2 leaves. Lines on Grey 
Mathew Brydges, pp. 9 ; on Edward William George Brydges 
pp. 8 : Notes, 1 leaf. 

36. The Brother in Law ; A Comedy. By the Rev. Heney Caed, 
D.D. 1817, 8vo, pp. 96. List of the Lee Priory Works, and a 
Note on the List, 2 leaves ; Title, Dedication, &c. 8 leaves. 1 
copy was printed on India paper. 

87. Hagthoepb (John) Revived ; oe Select Specimens op a poe- 
gotten Poet. 1817, 4to. pp. 16. Printed on tinted paper, and 
only on one side. The contribution of Sir Egerton Brydges to 
the Roxburghe Club. See p. 1 of this Appendix, No. 9. 

38. List op Pictxiees at the Seat op T. Beydoes Baeeett, Esq., at 
Lee Priory, in the County of Kent. 1817, 8vo., folding plate of 
Lee prefixed, pp. 69. Alphabetical List of the Painters, I leaf 
at the end, not paged. 60 copies printed, 

89. Chaeactee op Loed Rokeby. By Sie Eoeeton Bsydges, 
Bart. 1817, 8vo., wood-cut title, pp. 16. (Unfinished.) 

40. Life and Death op William Powlett, piest Maequis op 
Winchester. By Rowlande Broughton, Gent. 1572. Reprinted, 
1818, 8vo., portrait, pp. 40. Title and Preface, pp. xiv. See 
* Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 286. 

41. Select Funeeal Memorials. Edited by Sir Egb^ton 
Brydges, Bart. 1818, 4to. Part 1, pp. 40; Preface, pp. v. — 
Part 2, pp. 41-70, with Title to the work. 

42. Chapman's (Geoege) Epicede op Fitneeal Song on the 
Death of Henry Prince of Wales, in 1612. Small 4to. 1818. 

43. OffiLiA; containing 20 Sonnets by W. Percy. 1594. Re- 
printed, 1818, 4to. pp. 21, 1 copy on India Papee. Title and 
Preface, pp. v. See ' Bibhographer's Manual,' p. 1830. 

44. The Textmpbt op Fame; oe Sib F. Deaze's and Sie J. 
Hawkins' Farewell. Written by H. R. (Henry Roberts), 1595. 
Edited by Thomas Park. 1818, 8vo. pp. 14, title and preface iv. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2103. 

46. Fame's Memoeial s an Elegy ttpon the Easl op Devonshiee. 
By John Ford. 1606. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. 1819, 
royal 8vo. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 818. 

46. LrPB AND Death op Sie Feancis Deaee. By Chasles Fitz- 
Gefifrey, 1596. Reprinted, 1819, 12mo. pp. six. and 101. See *Bib- 
liographer's Manual,' p. 803. 



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47. Two Intebludeb. Jack Juoleb ajstd Thebsttbs, &c 1820, 

4to. Pnnted for Joseph Haslewood, Esq., as hie contribution to 

the Boxburghe Club. See Appendix, p. 2, article 28. 
Tbelotroduction, 2 leaveH, was printed off separately. 

48. WooD-CTJTS AND Vebses. Edited with Pbeface Br E. QxJUr 
linan, Esq. 1820, 4to. Preface pp. 14. Wood-cuts and Verses, 
58 leaves, Kotes pp. 16, Arrangement 1 leaf. In this work all the 
wood engravings, and specimens of every type used at the Lee 
Priory Press, are brought under view. 100 copies printed. 

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1821, 8vo. Part 1, pp. 177 ; Part 2, Preface pp. xiv. and Letters, 
pp. 178 — 362. With a portrait of the author prefixed. 

60. What abb Biches ? ob an Examination op the DEPiNiTiONg 
of the Subject given by Modem Economists. By Sir Egerton 
Brydges, Bart. 1822, 8vo. pp. 48. 

61. Lee, a Poem. By John Hallinak. 1822, 8vo. pp. 14. 12 
copies printed, but afterwards suppressed by Mr. Barrett, on account 
of some reflections on the Roman Catholics. 

62. Quested (J.) My Leisttbb Hoitbs, ob Poems on tabioxts oc- 
casions. G-. Wood, Printer, Canterbury, 1821, 8vo. 100 copies 
printed at the Lee Priory by stealth, and not inserted in the List of 
Publications qfthat Press. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2024. 

LEAYES. 
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few select Literati, it becomes necessary to inform those who may 
liave expressed a desire to obtain copies of it, that it will be with- 
held from circulation at least for the present," &c. Lee Priory 
Press, September 14th, 1813, 8ro. 

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Frigate, in June, 1813, 8vo. 2 leaves. 

66. Epitaph in the Bebpobd Chapel, at Chenies Bucks; to the 
Memory of Lady Frances Chandos, copied by Dr. Alexander. 
September 15th, 1813, 8vo. 

67. Two Obiginal Descbiptiyb Sonnets. 1813, 8vo. on 1 leaf. 

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tion of all copies of the works to be printed at the Lee Priory, 
which are permitted to be sold," &c. Printed by Johnson and 
Warwick, 4to. 

69. Sonnet by T. Pabx aptbb BBADura Bbetok's Poxx, &o. Aug. 

13th, 1814, 4to. 



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60. Lmas Aim Chabactebs op thb pbikcipaii English Pobts, 
deceased, since the death of Dr. Johnson, &c. £7 Sir Egerton 
Brydges, Bart. September 29th, 1815, 8yo. 2 leaves, an announce- 
ment in red ink. 6 copies printed. 

61. Sydney PEDiaBEE. 2 Tables. 8vo. pp. 2. 

62. Yebses written as a pbeface to the Sylvan Wandebeb. 

1815, 8vo. 3 leaves. 20 copies printed. 

63. Sonnet to Thomas Fab£. Signed S. E. B. AnavsT 6th, 1815, 
4to. 10 copies printed. 

64. Sonnet by T. Park " Laxtdabi a laudato vibo." n. d. 8vo. 

65. Fbagmbnt op a Poem occasioned by a visit to the Old 
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1 10 copies printed. 

66. To the Fbiends and Admibebs op Bobebt Bloompield. 
Signed S. E. B. Lee Priory, September 15th, 1816, 4to. 

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William G-eorge Brydges, who died 13th June, 1816, 8vo. 4 leaves. 

68. Shobt Account op the late Befaibs op Gbeat Malvebn 
Abbey. From the G-entleman's Magazine, July, 1816, small 4to« 
1818. 2 leaves on india papeb. 

69. The Sacbipice op Isabel; a Poem byE. Quillinan. 1816, 8yo. 
3 leaves on india papeb. 12 copies printed. 

70. Dedication to Thomas Park, Esq , op the Poems op A. W., by 

Sir Egerton Brydges. Lond. May 22, 1816, 8vo. 

71. Treatise on the Nioht-Mabe. Dec. 25, 1816. 8vo. wood-out. 

72. Epitaphial Lines supposed to be inscbtbed neab the Boyal 
Vault at Windsor. Signed T. Park. Nov. 20, 1817, 4to. 

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. situation in the province of Gonnaught. Gong. June 9, 1817. A 

poem commencing " Where the treasure iS} there shall the heart be 
also." 

75. To A Lady. Five Yebses " Whebe the wild daisy springs," 
&c. Ballinrobe, June 2, 1817, 4to. 

76. May-Day. Five Yerses " There's a gbeen sunny Isle," Ac. 
June 23, 1817, 4to. 

77. The Spell: commencing "Jemima! not that she is paib." 

1817, 4to. — ^The same, n. d. 4to. These editions are in diiTerent 
types. 

78. Addbess to the Electobs op Maidstone, by Sib Egebton 

Brydges, in 1818. n. d. 8vo. — The same, dated Lee Priory, June 
17, 1818, 4to. 

79. Obaphio Illustrations op Milton's Pabadisb Lost. 1818. 

on INDIA PAPES. 




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80. Miss Ann Cox, thb airs ov Estbbm and Lotx. 1819, Sra 

on INDIA PAPES. 

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91. An Inteotive against Women. Five Vebses, " Abe Women 
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92. In the Fbess, and will be ptreLiSHED immediately, The 
Population and Biches of Nations, &c. By Sir Egerton Brydges, 
Bart. 4to. 

93. Monument at Habepield, Middlesex^ Alice, Countess 
Dowager of Derby, n. d. 8vo. 

94. The Teab, a Poem. n. d. 8vo. 2 leaves. 

95. Lines wbitten on the Banks op the Wye. n. d. 8to. 

96. Song, *'The heavenly sphebb now shines in vain,** &c. 
n. d. 8vo. 

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on INDIA PAPEB. 

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100. Pbayeb pob Queen Cabomne, "O Almighty and gbacious 
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101. The Shephebd*s Descbiption op Love, •* Shefhebd, what's 
Love, I pray thee tell." n. d. 8vo. 

102. Lament op Maby Queen op Scots, by Wobdswobth. " Smili 
of the Moon ! for so I name,** &c. n. d. 8vo. 2 leaves. 




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103. Copt ov Revtib Encyclopediqtte, Vot. IV. p. 356. Nov. 

1820, containing a Review of Sir E. Brydges' " Population and 
Biches of Nations,*' &c. Printed by John Warwick. 4to. pp. 2. 

104. The Sylvan Wanderer. This work, which has been in- 
terrupted by the absence of Sir Egertoa Brydges on the Continent 
will be concluded in one more number, to be published shortly. 

1821, price one guinea, small 8vo. 

105. In the Private Press of Lee Priory. A Volume oe Poems 
never before published, by William Browne, author of Britannia^s 
Pastorals, n. d. 8vo. 1 leaf. 

106. The Fair Brydqes, a Poem. 16 lines, with engraved 
arms, 4to. 1 leaf. 

107. Sir E. Brypoes to the worthy Freeholders of £ent. 
1831, 4to. 

108. Miscellaneous Articles printed at Lee Priory ; a title 
with wood-cut view, 4to. 

109. List op the Works already published, printed at the 
Private Press of Lee Priory. 4to. 1 leaf, enumerating 10 royal 
4tos. 8 royal Svos., and 2 post Svos. 

110. Sir E. Brydges' Statement respecting Leb Priory Press, 
beginning, " During every age of literature." Lee Priory Press, 
n. d. 12mo. 4 leaves, printed on one side only. 6 copies printed. 

[Catalogue op all the works Printed at Lee Priory. Printed 
by John Warwick, 40, Brooke Street, Holbom, London. 1823, 
4to.] 



MIDDLE HILL PEESS, WOECESTEESHIEE. 

At the Seat of Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart 
Including also what Jtaa been printed for him at other Presses, 

The fbUoioing list is a continuation and completion of the list already 
given at pages 1856-1858, of the * Bibliographer's Maniial.* 

Inquiries proposed by Mr. (now Sir Thomas) Phillipps, to the 
Nobility, Gentlemen, and Clergy of Oxfordshire, with a view of 
completing, from their answers, an account of the Antiquities 
and Natural History of the several Parishes of the County. J. 
Agg, printer, Evesham, (1819), folio, pp. 2. 

Collections por Wiltshire. By Thomas Phillipps, Esq., 
Salisbury, printed by J. A. Qilmore. 1819, 8vo. pp. 72. 6 copies 
printed, 

AOCOTTNT op the FaMILY AND DESCENDANTS OP SiR ThOMAS MoLY- 

neux, Kt., Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland, to Queen Eliza- 
beth. Evesham, by J. Agg, 1820, 4to. pp. 103. 20 copies printed. 
This ifl a reprint of a volume privately printed by the late Sir 
Capel MolyneuX) Bart. 

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HiSTOBT OF THB Famtly OF MoLTHEUX. Etbshax, 1821, 12mo. 
60 copies printed. 

Shobt Acoottkt or thb Litb ot GEinotAL Sib Thomas Molt- 
neiix. Middle Hill, n. d. (1827 ?), half sheet. 14 copies printed. 

Tbb ToPoaBAFHEB, NuMBEB 1, POB Maboh, 1821, 8vo. PP. 60. "So 

title-page. AU printed. 

Thi8 was intended as a continuation to tlie * Topographer,' by Sir Egerton 
BrydgeB, and the Rev. S. Shaw. See * Bibliograplier's Manual.' p. 2698. 

G-EHTBALOGT 07 THB COMNENES, EmPEBOBS OP GbEECE, DOWN TO 

Nicolo Stephanopoli and Demetrius de Conmene, liying in France 
in 1821. Middle Hill, folio sheet. 30 copies printed. 
MoiruHENTAL Inscbiptions is the County op Wiltok. Col- 
lected for Sir T. Fhillipps, Bart. Tjpis Medio Montanis, 1822, 
foUo. South Wdto, p. 1-108. North WUta, p. 1-286. 

Index BEaisTBi Cabtabum Ecclesia Gathedbalis Sabtth fbnbs 
Biblioth. Interioris Templi. 1822, folio, pp. 2. 

E libbo Ibbotxtlatokis Oivitatis Wyntonie, fbom 1485 to 1598. 
Folio, pp. 1-4. — Irrotulaciones Cartamm super-annuutarum in Ci- 
vitate Wjnton tempore Laurencii de Anne, majoris Wynton &c 
anno E. E. filii Eegis H. tricesimo primo (Eyesham 1822), pp. 
5-12, no title-page, nerer finished. 12 copies printed* 

Collectanea Inedita peb D : T. Phillippb, E^abt. , 1. Pbepace 
to Origen on Oenesis ex No. 849, MSS. S. Yast. 2. Preface to 
the Work of Seneca in No. 689, MSS. S. Vast. 3. Ex Frag- 
mento Cod. in Biblioth. S. Yedasti apud Arras. Middle Hill, 
1828, folio, pp. 4. 

Catalogtte op some op the Manttscbipts in the Public Libbabf 
of Basle in Switzerland, p. 5-7. Inscriptio in Lapidem ex j^gjp- 
tio oollatum nunc in Bibl Pub. apud Frankfort-super-Msenum^ 
marked p. 8. (Middle Hill, 1824), foUo. 

Pabibh Beoisteb op Dubnepobd Wilts, ab anno 1574, ad annuh 
1650. (Salisbury, by Gilmore, 1823), 8vo. pp. 49. a?hi8 is fol- 
lowed by Extracts from the Register of Highwortl^ in Wiltshire, 
between 1542 and 1663, pp. 8. 10 copies printed. 

Cataloous Libbobum Manuboriptobum Antonh a Wood (in 
the Ashmolean Library). By William Huddesford. Oxford, 
1761. Typis Medio Montanis reimpressus, 1824, folio, pp. 13-52^ 
For the original edition see * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1133. 

EeDDITUS EOOLESIJi! SCE. MaBIE de WALSINGhHAM. (Ez ANTIQUO 

MS. olim penes Hen. Spelman). n. d. folio, pp. 1-4. 100 
copies printed. 

Cataloous Libbobum Manusceiptobum inBibliothecaPhillippica. 
1824, foUo, pp. 24. The first sheet describes No. 1 to 886. The 
second sheet the MSS. of Dr. Leander Van Ess. No. 387 to 761. 
The third sheet the MSS. of M. Chardin, No. 762 to 1034. The 
fourth sheet the MSS. ex Bibliothecis Yamold, &c., &c., No. 1036 
to 1387. The>S/M«Ae«nheMSS. exBibliothecaMeermau. No. 



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1388 to 1845, and continued by MSS. from various libraries, 11,799, 
page 200. Index Nominum, &c. in Catal. MSS. Phillipps, 22 
feaves. Catalogue MSS (Part 2), No. 12,124 to 15,717, page 213 to 
300. (Part 3), No. 15,718 to 17.872, pages 301 to 340. (1863), folio. 

A SuPFLEMSN^T TO THE Eighth Sheet ov pbecidiko- Catalogub 
containing the MSS. from No. 2799 to 2898, which had by acci- 
dent been omitted. 1836, folio, 1 leaf. 

Oatalogus, &£!., Codices Mantjscbifti ex Bibliotheca Mbbb- 
manni No. 1 to 634, (an extended description of a portion of the 
preceding catalogues). 1829, foUo. 52 copies printed. 

CATALOaXJS NiTMISliATTTM VETEBITM GbJSCOBUM AT QITB BOMANOBUH 

in ruderibus Tempi! Jovis existentibus a parte occidental! Domfts 
Hospitalis G. C. B. B. St! Bernard! in Helvetia, &c. 1824, folio, 
pp. 12. 

El Voto Incbiptions diboovebed in the Ruins op the Temple 
of Jupiter Poeninus, near the Convent of the Great St. Bernard, 
and now preserved in that convent, a.d. 1825. (Proving that the 
Great St. Bernard is the ancient passage of the Pennine Alps.) 
(Middle Hill), folio, pp. 6. 

The two preceding articles were suhaequently issued in 1 Vol. with the following 
tiile in black and red: — Namismata Vetera S. Bernardi Mouasterii ex Tenipli 
Jovis Ruderibus effossa. Typis Medio Montanis, 1852. 

PifiooHiAii Collections pob the county op Oxpobd. (Fbom the 

MSS. of Antony Wood, Hut ton, andHinton). 1825, folio, pp. 

98, no title page, the parishes extending only to letter E (Ensham). 

150 copies printed. 

Prefixed to some copies is added Oxfordshire Pedigrees, printed from tbe 
Harl. MSS., No. 1557, pp.4, containing the Pedigrees of Cobb, Bethome, 
Ashcomb, Barber, Danvers, Jones, Kenion, Deuton, and Doyley. See Bibl. 
Man., p. 1858. 

ImrEBABItTBC AD TeBBAM SaNCTAM ; PEB PeTBUM DB SuCHBN, A.D. 

1336, scriptum a.d. 1350, (Germanic^). Ex Manuscripto antiquo 
in Bibliotheca Fratrum Eremitarum Ord S. Augustini in Helvetia, 
nunc primum edidit D. Thomas Phillipps, Baronettus. Typis 
Medio Montanis, 1825, 12mo. pp. 5-78, never completed. &0 copies 
printed. 

Collectanea belating to Libbabieb: BEOiNNiNa with an Ex- 
tract from the Summa Theologia of Thomas Aquinas printed at 
Antwerp, 1585, n. d. folio. 50 ccpies printed. 

Account of all the Celebbated Libbabies. Bepbinted trou 
a small work printed in 1739. Edwin Offer, Middle Hill. 1826, 
foUo. 50 copies printed. 

Assize Sebhon: bt the Bey. Dl^cohbe Steele Pebsins op 
Broadway (Chaplain to Sir Thos. Phillipps when sheriff). 1826, 
4to. 

81BMON BT THE Bet. J. Walcott. 4to. 1 

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Codices Manttsobipti in Sti. Vbdasti apxtd Ateebatiait. 1828. 
Paris, Imprimerie Belaforest (Morinval). 1828, 8vo. pp. 76. 
The Catalogue of these MSS. extends only to p. 69, after which follow, Co< 
dices Manu8cnpti per Abbatum Seiwoldum, Abbati snn Sti. VedaHti do- 
oati. Ex No. 539, MSS. S. Vast.; Codices Manuscript! olim in BibliothecM 
Abbatin, S. Vedasti et Ecclesies Catliedralis Atribatise, Abbatiie, S. 
Eligii prope Atrebatiam et S. Bertini, apud S. Audomarani, sed hodie in 
Bibliotheca publica apad Boulogne conserrati ; Catalogus Codicum MSS. 
quorumdara in Bibliothec& Dui Thome Phillipps, Baronetti, C&talog^o suo 
irenerale impreasorum (in No. 93). 

CoDiOES Manuscbifti in Bibliotheca Publica db Ijille. 1828, 
8vo. pp. 16. 

Catalogue Somhaibe des Hanttscbifts be la Bebliotheqtte de 
la ville de Saint Omer, (Edited by M. H. Piers.) Printed at 
St. Omer, 1828, 8vo. pp. 32. 100 copies printed. 

Codices Manttscbipti Abbatle Sanoti Euan, cieca anno 1778. 
n. d. or p. 8vo. pp. 4. 

CATALoauE OP Peinted Books. Peinted at Middle Hell, n. d. 
folio, p. 1-8. These books were bought at Frankfort and Berne. 

OATALoauE op Peinted Books, paet 2. 

Impboyed Nfmeeation Table to pachjtate and extend As- 
tronomical Calculations. By Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart. Edwyn 
Offer, Middle Hill, 1829, 18mo. pp. 18.— The same on a folio 
sheet, without date or place. 

Mabbiaoes, Baptisms and Bueials, in Somebset House Chapel. 
Marriages, p. 15, Baptisms, pp. 16 and 17, Burials, p. 18. No 
title-page, (Printed in London, Bridgwater), 1831, 8vo. 

Maeeiages at Beetfoeton, in Co. Wiqoen, 1538 to 1752. (Lond). 
1831, royal 8vo. pp. 8, no title-page, unfinished. 

On Paeochial Eegisteation of Baptism, Maeeiages, &c. Lohd. 
Ghirdiner and Son, 1833, 8vo. pp. 8. 50 copies printed. 

Miscellaneous Geants eelative to Petee de Sabaudia (uncle 
of K. Henry 3rd), from the Patent Eolls. 2. Notice of the Do- 
minican Convent of English Nims at Vilvorde in Flanders, 
copied in 1825, from the MS. of the Dominicans at Bomhem. 8. 
Letters Patent of Henry VI. relative to the Hostel de la Monnoie 
at Bouen, 1436, (Middle Hill), folio, all on one sheet. 60 copies 
printed, 

Stbatton St. Maegaeet*s Kegisteb Wiltshiee; South Maeston 
(and Sevenhampton) Begisters. At Middle Hill, 182 — , 8vo. pp. 
16, no title-page. 

Chipping Noeton Eegistee. Co. Oifoed. (Baptisms bbtwbbk 
1563-1647. Marriages 1560-1646. Burials 1572-1630. And ex- 
tracts from the second volume of the Begister, &c., n. d. folio, 
pp. 4. 

Ieeotulaoio Cabtaeum: HeneicI Comitis Wigornlb (1 Edw. 6.) 
Middle Hill, u. d. folio, single sheet. 52 c(^ies printed. 




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CoKHEonoir aitd Stjccession of the Kings ov England. Hiddui 
Hill, n. d. (1822), folio, single page. 25 copies printed, 

Maxiage du Pbince de Hobnes ayec Milady Mabie Bbfob, (1722.) 
Middle Hill, n. d. folio, pp. 4. 50 copies printed, 

FosssssoBS OF Knight's Fees and Lands in Wilts. Teupobb Bs- 
gum Stephaoi, Henrici* Secuudi at Ricardi Primi, excerpta ex 
Pip8B Botulis pro Comitatu Wilton. Medio Moutauis. n. d. folio, 
pp. 4k 8 copies printed, 

WiLTSHIBE G^ENTBT CIBCA TEMFUS GaBOLI I. XT IT. FBOK THB HaB- 

leian MS3. Eveeham. n. d. folio, pp. 8. 50 copies printed. 

QlTEBIES FBOPOSED BY Mb. ClABK:E OF AbDINGTON TO THE KOBILITY 

and Gentry of Berkshire, with a view of completing from their 
answers an account of the antiquities and Natural History of 
the seyeral parishes in that county.^ (Middle Hill), n. d. folio, pp. 2. 

Index to the Religious Houses in England and Wales, with 
their Cartularies (or Extracts from them) existing since the Disso- 
lution, n. d. folio, 2 pages. Not finished. 

Phillipps' Pamilt. Wills and Inquisitions Post Mobteh. Pbinted 
from office copies obtained from the seyeral Registries, n. d. 
folio. Several volumes. 

Table of the Reigns of the Kings of England. Meddle Hill, 
n. d. folio, a broadside. 

Wanbobough Coubt Rolls fboh 1649 to 28 Cab. 2. Middle 
Hill, 1829, folio. 12 copies printed.— F&rt 2. 

Antiquities and Memoibs of the Pabish of Myddle (co. Salop). 
Written by Richard Ghough, anno eetat. bu» 66, A.D. 1700. (1833), 
foliO; pp. 80, no title page. The following title was subsequently 
supplied : • Humau Nature displayed in the History of the Parish 
of Myddle. By Richard G-ough. Lond. by Hargette and Savillo, 
1834. See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 921. 

Catalogue of Knights, 1650 to 1760. Compiled by Fbancis 
Townsend, Esq. Pursuivant of Arms. Lond. 1833, 8vO. pp. 76. 
250 copies printed, 

Caialogus Manuscbiptobum in Bibliothscis Angllb. Pabtb I. 
and II. Middle Hill, 1833-39, foUo. 

Contents: — Manuscripts of the Rev. Samuel Butler, D.D., 
(Bishop of Lichfield), pp. 8 ; of the Hon. Robert Curzon at Par- 
ham, 1837, p. 9 ; of W. O. Oore. Esq., pp. 10 11 ; of the Rev. 
Walter Sneyd of Cheverd, Herts, pp. 12-24 j of the Earl of 
Kingston, pp. 25-42; Scientific MSS. of J. O. Halliwell, Esq., 
1839, pp. 43-45. {Afterwards cancelled.) Continuation of the 
MSS. of the Rev. Walter Sneyd, pp. 46-65 ; Manuscripts in the 
sale of James Duke of Chandos' library, by Mr. Cock, 12th March, 
1746-7, pp. 66-62. Additional MSS. in the possession of the Rev. 
Walter Sneyd since 1837. (1862 >, pp. 4. Catalogue of the MSS. 
at Stookhohn, made in 1753. (1863), pp. 5. 

Cabtulaby of Malmesbuby. Ebom the Cotton. MSS. (FATJaTiNA, 
B. viii) Middle HiU, folio, pp. 8. 60 copies printed. 



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Cabtulabt op Bsadekstokx. From the CkyrroN MSS. (Vttel- 
lius, A. Zi.). I833| folio, one sheet only printed. 6 copiet 
printed, 

FoesEBBOBS Of HoiTSES Aino Laitdb in Bboaswat, subject to the 
Payment of Priory Tythes. Middle Hill, n. d. broadside. 50 
cf^^e printed, 

PEDIGEEES. 

Phillipps op Pioton Castle, co. Pembboeb, Ain> its bbanches op 
Phillipps of Abertowin, Buahmore, Csermarthen, Pentypark, and 
Llangwnur, and Kelsant. (Lond. Bridgwater, 183-) 4to. 4 pp. 

PhilxiIpb op Wanbobovoh aitd Cleye Pipabd. 8 sheets. 

MoLYinsux OP Castle Dillon, co. Abmaoh. EYESHAii, 1819. Molt- 
neux descending from Dovedale of Palmerston. Single page, 
marked p. 8. 20 copies printed. 
The same, Second Edition, 1840, a large folio sheet. 

Gk)BOES op Chelsea, op Ete, and op Kilbbew, co. Meath and 
Somerset, co. Derry. 2 sheets. 20 copies printed. 

Cbqpt, op Cbopt Castle, co. Herepobd. Single sheet, folio. 

GhBAYES OP Bath. (Lond.) 1831, polio sheut. 

Tfbnoub, Eabl op "Winteeton. (Lond.) 1831, polio sheet. 

Obmesby-Gobb op Pobkinoton, CO. Salop. (Lond.) 

BaMPPIELD op HABDINCtTON, CO. SOMEBSET. (LOND.) 
PeNISTON op COBNWELL, CO. OXON. (LOND.) 

Blunt op Heathpield Pabe, co. Sussex, and op Lidiabd Miucsnt, 
00. Wilts. On 1 sheet. (Lond.) 

Tobeb op Hildbop, and Hanninoton, CO. Wilts. (Lond.) 

Talbot op Lacoce Abbey, co. Wilts. (Middle Hill.) 

Methuen op Cobshah, CO. Wilts. (Middle Hill.) 

Poobb op Eushall. (Middle Hill.) 

Gboye op Febne, CO. Wilts. Eyesham, 1819, single sheet, with 
engrayings of the quarterings of the family. 

Mabtin, on a sinolb page. Folio, 1833. 

Gbanyillb op Stowe, CO. Deyon, and op D'Ewes op Willes- 
born, CO. Warwick, and Calwick Abbey, co. Stafford. Printed on 
a double page, folio (1840 ?) 

Cabewe op Cabbw Castle, co. Pembboke, on a double page. 
FoUo. 

AsHWiN OP Bbetpobton, Cobbet op Quinton and Bawlings, oir 
one sheet, folio. . 

Wabnepobd op Seyenhaupton, single page, polio. 

Mansell op Tbinsaben and Stbadey, CO. Caebmabthen, Mobgan 
of Coed V Gores, co. Glam., Sherwen of Stradey, co. Glam., and 
Fioton of Neyome^ co. Pemb. Folio, pp. 4. 



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Ihdex to the Places is Dxtgdale's "Waewickshisb, the Second 

edition by Dr. Thomas. Folio, pp. 8. 
Index to the PBDiaBEBs in Duo»aie's Wabwiokshibb. polio. 

Ebbata in the Wiltshibe Visitation. Folio, pp. 4. At the 
end "The Editor apologizes for the numerous errors by stating 
that the work was printed by a young printer while the Editor 
was abroad, and could not revise the press." 

The Landlobds to the Tbadesmen. (Against the Repeal of the 
Corn Laws.) Charles Giimour, Printer. Broadway, 1839, small 
oblong 4to. 1 leaf. 

Obitus Caliiti Tebth, bt -SInejc Stltti Piccolomini Pn Se- 
cundi Pap8B, Electionis suse Narratio, A.D. 1468, (Ex suorum libro 
primo commentariarum). 1851, folio, pp. 8 and 10. 

Ifstitutiones ex Beoistbo Simonis de Gandova NoviB Sabum 
Episcopi, A.D. 1297. n. d. folio, pp. 234. Finis volumiuis 1, 
No title-page. 

Index Nominvm Locobith, Viboettm et Bbbum: in Catal. MSS. 
Phillipps, 1841-46. Nos. 1 to 2410, and continued to No. 12,100. 
20 leaves unpaged. — Index Bibliothecarum e quibus congesta est 
BibUotheca Phillippica. (Vol. 1), 1848, 1 leaf, foUo. 

Pediobees op Caebmabthenshibb, Cabdioanbhibe, and Pembboke- 
shire in continuation of Lewis Dwnn to about the years 1700-10, 
from the MSS. of John Phillipps Allen Lloyd Phillipps, Esq. of 
Dale Castle, co. Pembroke. Tjrpis Medio Montanis, 1859, folio, 
pp. 44. Feoda Militum Episcopi Menevensis, A.D. 1326, pp. 4. 
'i^tle, preface, and alphabetical index, 8 leaves. 

GliAMOBaANSHIBB PeDIOBEES. FbOM THE MSS. OP SiB ISAAO 

Heard, Knt., Garter King of Arms. Edited by Sir Thomas 
Phillipps. Worcester, printed by Dcighton & Co., 1845, folio, 
pp. 52, besides title, dedication, preface, and list of subscribers, 
' 4 leaves. 25 copies subscribed for. 

loBD Scttdamobe's Cobbespondence. Fbom 1635 TO 1639. Fouo, 
pp. 4, incomplete. 

Cabtj! Antiques in Tubbe, whebe pbinted. (Vide Atloffe's 
Catalogue.) James Rogers, Printer, Middle Hill Press, 1845, 
folio, 2 leaves. — Second edition, August, 1846, foho, pp. 4. 

MsuoiBS OP James Fitz-Jambs, eldest son op James Fitz-James 
Duke of Berwick, and grandson of King James II. (A Frag- 
ment.) (Middle Hill, 1849,) folio, pp. 8. 

Bebebhibe Visitations, 1566, 1623, and 1664. Past 1. Folio. 
LitJiograph. Incomplete, begins Aldworth, the last Davy, 

Fbaoment op ^lpbic's Gbammab, his Glossaby and Poem on 
the Soul and Body. In the orthography of the Twelfth Century. 
1838, folio, pp. 8, also title, preface and errata. — Reprinted, with 
a translation by S. W. Singer, 1845, 8vo. 100 copies printed. 

Bib Dvdlet Cableton's State Lettebs dubing- his Embassy xo 
the Hague, 1627, now first edited by T. P. 1841, 4to. 




282 HTDDLE HILL PBES8, W0BCESTEB811IBA. 

Abt de Venebie pab Q^uylulMe Twici. ex MSS. Phillepps, 
No. 8326. Middle HUl, Jan., 1840, Sumptibus D. Henrici Dry- 
den, Bart., small 4to. pp. 7. 

Index to Visitations of Wobcestebshibe. Folio, 1 leae. 

Sib William Pole's Copies and Extracts from Ancient Deeds, 
chiefly in the West of England. Folio, pp. 4. (Not complete). 

Sib Paul Bycaut's Diplomatic Lettebs fbom HAMBUBan, 1692, 
Ex MSS. Phillipps, 3073, folio, pp. 8. 

Agbeement between Sib Thomas Phillipps, Babt., and the 
Cottage Allotment Tenants in Buckland and Childswickham, 
Gloucestershire, commencing from 29th Sept., 1837. 

The Lyppe op Sib Petee Carew, late op Mohofse Otbey nr 
the Countie of Devon, Knyghte, wlio dyed at Bosse in Ireland, 
the 27 of November, 1535, and was buryed at the cittie of 
Waterforde, the 15th of December, 1575. Folio, pp. 2. (Not 
complete). 

Chbonicles op the Kynoes op Inoeland. (The English Fbosi 
Chronicle of the Brut.) Folio, pp. 3. (Not complete). 

Catalogue op Books at Middle Hill, Wobcestebshibe. Salis- 
bury, printed by J. A. G-ilmour, 1819, 12mo. pp. 40. 

Catalooue op Pbinted Books. 1827, polio, pp. 40. 

Buckland AND Layeuton Tenants, 1834$ Childswickhak Tenants, 
1834. Folio, single sheet. 

Child's Wiceham Fabm-Tenants, March, 1835; Bboadwat 
Farm-Tenants, 1885. Folio, single sheet. 

Catalogue op Pbinted Books, Middle Hill. Edwin Oppei^ 
1828, folio, pp. 51. (See Bibl. Man. p. 1857.) Supplement to 
ditto, A to Z, pp. 52-72. Second Supplement to ditto, A to Z, 
1841, pp. 73-84. 

Length op Road pbom Middle Hill to the adjacent houses* 
&c. Printed by E. Offer, 12mo. single leaf. 20 copies printed. 

Wills op Persons in Wales pbom 1600 to 1690, containing 
the Counties of Pembroke, Cardigan and Caermarthenshire. 1835, 
folio, pp. 4. 

Index to Genealogies op the Tenants in Capite with tee 
Counties in which they had Possessions in the year 1086 in Domes- 
day Book. By T. P. 1838, folio, pp. 11, in double columns. — An- 
other edition in 3 columns. 

IiANDS loosed by QueEN MaBY DUBING HEB BeIGN in TABI0U8 

Counties. Harl. MSS., 1192, Pro com. Wilts ; Knights of Wilts 
and Hants, Temp. Edw. I. Extracts from the Register of the 
Parish of Winterslow in the county of Wilts (relative to Thistle- 
thwayte). From the churchwardens' accounts, beginning 1542, 
folio, pp. 4>y numbered 5-8. 

Ajdhuo db Sessione Com. Mebyoneth, test, apud Habdelogv 
coram H. de Holes, Justiciar Dne. Segine, &c. anno r. B. Bici se- 



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cundi tercio-decimo. 1841, pp. 4, not numbered. On pp. 2, 8 is 
a Pedigree of Wynne of Peniarth, co. Merioneth, to the year 1840. 

ISDKS. TO THE WBITINaS OV SiB ChABLBS CoBNWALLIS, AmbAS- 

sador in Spain 1607, collected and transcribed by his Son. MSS. 
PhiUipps, No. 6469, folio, pp. 2. Incomplete. The Index is to 
Letters 1-101. 

Proposals pob Pbintino Extbacts fboh the Glosb Bolls. 1 
E. 3, to 22 E. -4, from No. 4100 MSS PhiUip ps, folio, 1 page. 

List ov Mantxscbipts belating to Wales, is the Middle Hill 
Library, n. d. folio, pp. 2. 

Index Gabtabum de Scotia in domo CAPirirLABio Westmon- 
asterii. Per William lllingworth, ex MSS. C. Or, Young, n. d. 
folio, pp. 4. Incomplete. 

AirnQTTiTiES OP the County of Salop, the Pabishes abbanged 
Alphabetically, n. d. folio, pp. 8. Incomplete. 

Installation op Prince Henbt, a.d. 1610. Ttpis Medio-mon- 
tanis, impressit C Gilmour. 1841, 4to. 1 page. 

Cabtulabium Abbatije db Fontanis ex Rotulo. obig. in Pbb- 
gamen. Penes W. D. Bruce, Arm. de Bipon in Com. Ebor. A.D. 
1841, folio, pp. 4. Incomplete. 

Casta Baboni^ de Kemeys in Com. Pembboeb. Ex MSS. 
6borgii Carewe Arm. de Crowcombe in Com. Somerset. Impensis 
B. Thom» Phillipps, Bart. Typis Medio-montanis impressit C 
Gilmour. 1841, folio, pp. 30. 

The Case op Colonel Babwicx's Will and Codicil. 1841, 
folio, pp. 4. 

Hsbedes ex Inqttisitionibus post vobtem a pbimo Edwabdi I. 
A.D. 1272, ad decimum septimum Henrici VI. A.D. 1439. Ex MSS. 
Phillipps, No. 6638. Pars 1. Curante D. T. PhUlipps, Bart. 
Typis Medio-montanis excudit C. Gilmour. 1841, folio, pp. 87. 
25 copies printed. The Preface is dated at Middle Hill, 18th April, 
1842. 

Lettebs op Mabg-abet, Countess op Coninosby, pbom Fbance in 
1737-8. Typis Medio-montanis excudit C. Gilmour, 1842, 12mo. 
pp. 45 ; and a Pedigree of Coningsby, with the branch of Moly- 
neux and Phillipps, pp. 3. 

Index Nominitm in libbis dictis Cole's Escheats, inteb Habl. 
MSS., 410-11 et 756-760. D. Thom» Phillipps, Bart. Typis 
Medio-montanis impressit Car. Bullingham. 1852, 12mo. pp. 163. 
■ The same (A to D), folio, pp. 4. 

Extract pbom the Work op Alan Cope (? Habfspield), enti- 
tled Dialogi sex contra S\immi Pontificis Oppugnatores, 1566. 
James Bogers Typis Medio- M on tanis impressit, 1846, folio, 1 
page. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 521. 

Catalogits Manuscbiptobum Fbedebici Comitis de Guilpobd. 
(These MSS. were purchased from yaiious collectionB during his 



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residence abroad, fche principal being those of Mattei, Marefoschi, 
Marini, Foscarini, &c.) MSS. ex Bibliotheca Mattei, folio, pp. 4. 
The list only extends from No. 1 to 212. 

The Epwell Hunt, ob Black Collaes in thb Beas, 7 Dec. 
1807. — Howell Wood, or the lUiby Hunt in Yorkshire, by Martin 
Hawke. — Melton Hunt, a day with Lord Southampton's hounds. 
(Three Hunting Songs, printed at Middle Hill.) 1840, 12mo. pp. 24. 

LiBEB BEVENCIONUft:, COMPOTOBUM ET CaBNAXITATITM BECEPTOBITK 

in Scaccario Hibernis per Franciscum Blundell, militum et 
baronettum, vice-thesauorium (etc.) a yicessimo Martii 1621, pro 
et usque 28 diem Septembris 1622, anno R. B. Jacobi yicessimo. 
Provinciffi Ck)natiffi et Ultouise, folio, pp. 8. All printed, 

Mabbiages, 1731, FROM THE Gentlekan'b Magazine. Pbinted 
at Middle Hill, 1846, folio, pp. 2. (Intended to proceed through* 
out the Magazine year by year). 

Phillips op Wales Collections, containing- Genebosi nsr Gok. 
Pembroke, anno 1602, ex MSS. Georgii Owen de Henlyss. Penes 
D. Thomee Phillipps, Bart., 1834. Also Pedigrees from Fenton's. 
MSS. in the Herald's College, folio, pp. 5-8. 

Letteb op Pope Innocent XI. to James, Duke op Yobk, 25 
July, 1682 ; Letter of James II. to the Pope, 17 May, 1684. 
The Pope's Secret Beasons for the Marriage of Charles I. to the 
Infanta {Italic^). Letter to the Pope from James II., 26 Not. 
1689, 12mo. pp. 8. 

OxpOBDSHiBE Pedigbees, No. 1557, Habl. MSS. folio, pp. 4. 

FeODA MiLITUH EpISCOPI MeNEYENBIS. A.D. 1326, EX LIBBIS NlGBOy 

sive Custumall Episcopi de St. David. Folio, pp. 4. 

CaBTJB AbBATIABUM in CUBIA AuGMENTACIONIS in 20 YOLUMINT- 

bus religatee, cura Johannes Cayley. Folio, pp. 3. 

Pbospeotus op the Fobmation op a Topogbaphical Society. 
Gilmour, Printer, Broadway, 1839, 4to. 1 page. 

Pedigbee op Fbeehan op Ebebton, Blockley, Campedon, Bats- 
ford, Eyenlode, Oyenton, and Bushley (from MSS. HarL) Large 
folio, double page. 

Le Liybb de la Chasce, pab Gaston III. Conte de Fonc. Ssich- 
neur de Beam. From a MS: (No. 10,298) in the collection of Sir 
Thomas Phillipps, Dayentry, 1844, small 4to. pp. 16. 

Knights hade by Chables I. Middle Hill, (1852), pouoy 
pp. 4, also in 12mo. 

Catalogue op the Knights ilade by Chables I. ab anno 1624| 
ad anno 1646, chronologically and alphabetically arranged, 1853, 
12mo. pp. 24. 

Geobge Owen MSS. Fob the pibst time pbinted pbom MSS. 
in the Library of Sir Thomas Pliillipps, Bart. (M. H. 1854)« 
Printed on 2 long slips on one side only. 



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Hampshibb Visitations, 1575, 1622, and part op 1686. Feom the 
MSS. of the Rev. Wm. Bingley. (1854), folio, pp. 28. 

Thb WamiOP Latoh. Fob the Amusement op the Wit ob the 
Sceptic. (From Sir Thomas Gatehouse's MS. 1854). Folio, pp. 
16, Lithograph, 

Compositions, or Fines op Wiltshibe Gentlemen pob not taeinq 
the Order of Knighthood at the Coronation of King Charles I., 
leyied in 1630, 1631, 1632. M. H. 1855, folio, 2 leaves. 

The Attempt op Cabdinal Albeboni to invade the Republic op 
San Alarino. ItaHch, (Ex MSS. PhUlipps.) M. H. 1855, 4to. 1 page. 

Wabton's (Thomas), Notes and Cobbections to his Histobt op 
Winchester College and Cathedral, printed in 1750. From his 
own printed copj in the possession of Sir Thomas Phillips, Bart. 

1857, 12mo. pp. 16. 

Hebaldio Visitation op Nobthumbebland bt Bichabd St. 
C^rge, Norroy King of Arms, and Henry St. George, Blue 
Mantle Pursuivant of Arms, 1615. Excudit Jacobus Rogers, 

1858, folio, pp. 6. 

(Plates of) Antiquities pound in the Ruins op the Temple op 
Jupiter, near the Hospital of Grand St. Bernard in Switzerland. 
FoliOf engraved on 5 leaves. 

The following are added from the list given in " Notes and Qiteries** No" 

vember 13, 1858. 

Wiltshibe Pipe Rolls, temp. Hen. 2. Fouo. Zineogrigjh. 

Wilts. Pedes Finium, temp. Geo. 1 to 11 Geo. 2. Folio. Zineo* 
graph. 

Wlms Visitation, 1677. Folio. 

Wilts Mustebs, temp. Hen. 8. Folio. 

Winohoomb Cabtulaby abbidged. Folio. Lithographed, 

Indbx to Wobcestebshibe Pedes Finium, temp. Cab. 2, A.D. 18 
Annie. Folio. Zincograph, 

Wilts. Pedes Finium abbidged, 7 Rio. 1, ad 11 Hen. 3. — Wilts 
Inqais. Post Mortem, abridged 27 Hen. 3 to 12 £dw. 1. — Index 
of Wilts Fines, 1 to 10 Edw. 3. Folio. 

Visitation op Glouoestebshibe, 1569, Ex. MSS. Ph. Folio. 

Visitation op Debbyshibe, 1663, ABBioaED. Folio. 

— — OP Sussex, 1570. Folio. 

' OP OxpoBDSHiBB, 1574 AND 1634. Folio. 

Index to Pabt 1 op the Catalogue op the MSS. at Middle Hill. 
Folio. 

BieiiAND's Glouoestbb, ooniinued, O. to p. Glouoebtbb. Folio. 




236 MIDDLE HILL PBESS, WOBCESTSfiSHIBa. 

Thb vibst Known Map op Austbalia, prawn nr 1547. Labob 

folio sheet. Chromo-lithograph. 

Hinton's and Antony a Wood's Oxtobdbhibb Monumental Iff- 
criptions. Part 1, EyeshaizL. Folio. Lithographic plates, 

Pbdbb Finium. Index pbo Com. Gloito., temp. Geo. 1. Folio. 
Zincograph, 

Xxtbacts pbom Glouoestebshibb Pabochlal BEaiBTEBS. Folio. 
Lithograph, 

Miscellanea. Index Cabtulabii Gathedbalis Sabum.— FiaxTBB 
of a Cross found in a Tree. FoUo. 

Phillipps Kecobds. Middle Hill, polio. 

Index op Inquisitions Post-Mobtem temp. Hen. 7. Folio. 

' TEMP. Hen. 8. Part 1. Folio. 

Index op Inquisitions Post-Mobtem temp. £dw. 6 and Mabt. 
Folio. 

— — TEMP. Elizabeth. Pabt 1. Folio. 

PXTHAOOBJi AUBEA CaBMINA, GbJBCE. FbOM SIMONXDIS MS. 

Folio. Lithograph, 
London Visitation. Folio. In the press. 
Index to Abticles pbinted pbom the Cotton MSS. Folio. 

Second Edition. In the press, 

Juan db Tovab's Histobt op Mexico. Folio. In the press. 

PEDiaBEES OP Pembboeeshibe, Cabmabthbnshibe, and Cabdiqan- 
shire Families. Folio. 

BBYENxnES OP Leinsteb. 

Poetet op C. p. 18mo. 

Wilts Subsidy Boll, Pabt 1. Folio. Zincograph. 

Catalogue op Wioan's Libeaey op Bewijley. Folio. In the 
press. 

Index to Gloucestebshibb Wills. I2mo. In the press. 

Wilts Pabish Beoisteb Extbacts. Bvo. 

YiEws OP Seats and Chubches in Gloucestebshibb, Bebkshibb, 
&o. Folio. Lithograph, 

Chbonicon Sti. Nioholai de Exonia. Folio. Lithograph. 

Miscellanea, containing the Song op the Tbees, the Lawtbbs, 
Ass, &o. Folio, also in 4to. and in 12mo. 

Dos Elisabeths Comitissjb de Feebers. Folio. Lithograph. 

Pedigbees op Ancient Wiltshire Gentry, Bepore the Visita- 
tions. Folio. In the press, and stopped in consequence of the fv- 
fitsal of the Wilts * Modem' Gentry to encourage it, 

Duxb ov Somebset's Deeds. Pabt L Folio. 



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Gsapton's Extbaots pbom the Close Holl. Fouo. In the 
press. 

WrWB MONTTMENTAL InSCEIPTIONS. FoLIO. 

NoBTH Wilts Monumental Inscriptions. 2 Pabts. 8vo. 

A Collection op the Secbet Papebs relative to the Spanish 
Invasion of England, temp. Queen Elizabeth. In the press. 

The preceding is as complete a list as we have found it possible to 

8TEAWBERBT HILL PEESS. 

At Twickenham, Middlesex, the seat of Horace Walpole. 

1. Two Odes by Mb. Gbat. Pbinted at Stbawbebet Hill, 
for R. and J. Dodsley, 1757, 4to.' 1000 copies printed. See 
* Bibliographer's Manual/ p. 931. 

2. A JOXTBNET INTO ENGLAND. BT PaUL HeNTZNEB, IN THE 

year M.d.XCVIII. Printed at Strawberry Hill, 1757, 8vo. pp. x. and 
103. 220 copies printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1046. 

3. Catalogue op Royal and Noble Authors of England ; with 
Lists of their Works. 1758, small Svo. 2 toIs. 300 copies printed. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2818. 

4. Walpole'b Fugitive Pieces in Verse and Prose. 1758, 8vo. 
pp. 219. 200 copies printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 
2819. 

5. Account op Russia as it was in the year 1710. By Chables 
Lord Whitworth, 1758, 8vo. pp. 158. Errata 1 leaf. 700 copies 
printed. See * BibUographer's Manual,' p. 2912. 

6. The Mistakes; ob, the Happy Resentment. Com. by thb 
late Lord Comby. 1758, 8vo. 

In the Biographia Dramatica, or the Companion to the Play 
House, written by David Erskine Baker, Esq., the following ac- 
count is given of it. " The Author of this Piece was the 
learned, ingenious and witty Lord Cornbury, but it was never 
acted. He made a present of it to that great actress, Mrs. 
Porter, to make what Emolument she could by it. And that 
Lady after his death pubUshed it by Subscription at Five Shil- 
lings each Book, which was so much patronised by the Nobility 
and Gentry, that Three Thousand copies were disposed of. Pre- 
fixed to it is a Preface by Mr. Horace Walpole, at whose Press 
at Strawberry Hill it was printed . Mr. Yardley, who then living 
kept a Bookseller's shop in New Inn Passage, confirmed this 
account, by asserting that he assisted in printing it at that 
Press." From A Catalogue of the BookSy Poems^ Tracts and 
Small Detached Pieces, printed at the Strawberry Hill Press, 8fc. 
By a. B.p George Baker), in 1810, pp. 15, 16. But see * Biblio- 
grapher's Manual,^ p. 524» 




238 BTBAWBEBBY HILL PBE8S. 

7. A Faballsl in thb Maitkeb ot Plutabch : mri ' WKEH A xosv 
celebrated Man of Florence ; and one scarce ever heard of in Eng- 
land. Bj the Reverend Mr. Spence. Printed &c. for the benefit 
of Mr. Hill, (the man scarce ever heard o/)j 8to. pp. 104. Yig- 
nette of Magliabechi in title. 700 copies printed. 

8. LucANi Phabsaua : CUM NoTis HuGONis Geoth, bt Sichabdi 
Bentleii. Printed by Bobinson, 1760, 4to. pp. 525. 500 copies 
printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 1407. 

9. POBTSCBIFT TO THE BOYAL AND NOBLE AUTHOBS. KlBGATB, 

1786, 8yo. frontispiece. 40 copies printed. 

10. GATALOGTrBB OB PlCTUBEg AlTD DbAWINOS IK THE HOCBEIK 

Chamber, Strat^berry Hill, 1760, 8vo. pp. 8. 

11. Catalogues of the Collections of Pictubes of the Duxb of 
Devonshire, General Guise, and the late Sir Paul Methuen. 1760, 
8to. pp. 44. 12 copies printed on one side only. Not in any of 
the catalogues of Strawberry Hill works, but mentioned by Horace 
Walpole in a letter to Montagu, as having all been given away. 

12. Anecdotes of PAiNTiNGh in England, with bomb Account 
of the principal Artists ; and incidental Notes on other Arts, col- 
lected by the late Mr. George Yertue ; and now digested and pub- 
lished from the original MSS. by Mr. Horace Walpole. Catalogue 
of Engravers who have been bom or resided in England, &c. Printed 
by Farmer, 1762, 1771, 1763, 4to. 5 vols, portraits. 600 copies 
printed. — Second edition, printed by Kirgate, 1765, 1771, 1765. 
For the collation of both editions, see * Bibliographer's Manual,* 
p. 2819-20. The fourth volume of the first edition, though dated 
1771, was not published till October, 1780. 

13. Life of Edwaed, Lobd Hebbebt, of Chebbubt. "Wbitten 
by Himself. Printed by Prat, 1764, 4to. pp. 171. Dedication to 
Lord Powis, pp. 2. Index pp. 6, with a portrait and genealogical 
table. 200 copies printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 1047. 

14. Poems. By Anna Chambebs, Countess Temple. Pbinted by 
Prat, 1764, 4to. pp. 34. Large Vignette View of Strawberry TTill 
on title. 100 copies printed. 

15. Coeneillb, Vestale, Tbagedie, (pab M. Henault). Impbi- 
mee k Strawberry Hill. Printed by Kirgate, 1768, 8vo. pp. 120, and 
Postscript pp. 10. 200 copies printed, qf which 160 went to Farts, 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 525. 

16. The Myb^^bious Motheb, a Tbagedy. By Mb. Hobacb 
Walpole. Printed by Kirgate, 1768, 8vo. pp. 120, and Postscript 
pp. 10. 50 copies printed. See * BibUographer's Manual,' p. 2821. 

17. Poems. By the Rev. Mb. Hoyland. Kibgate, 1769, 8vo. pp. 
19. 300 copies printed. See ' Bibhographer*s Manual,* p. 1132. 

18. Beply to the Obsebvationb of the Bev. Db. Milleb, Deak 
of Exeter, and President of the Society of Antiquaries, on the 
Wardrobe Account of 1483, dated August, 1770, 4to. pp. 24 
Only 6 copies printed in this nuinner. 



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X9. Mem oisES t>v Cowrv de Gbammoitt. Pab Monbtsxtr AiTTonnB 
Hamilton. Nouyelle edition augment^ de Notes et d*eclaircis- 
semens necessaires, par Horace Walpole. Printed bj £irgate, 
1772, 4to. pp. 290. Table 2 leaves, portraits of Count Hamil- 
ton and the Count and Countess of Grammont. 100 copiet 
printed, of which 30 went to Paris. See * Bibliographer's Manual/ 
p. 985. 

20. Copies oe Seven Obiginal Letters ebom Ktsq Edwabd YI. 
to Bamaby Fitzpatrick. Kirgate, 1772, 4to. pp. 14, Advertise- 
znent pp. vii. 200 copies printed. 

21. MlBOELLANEOTTS ANTIQUITIES ; OB A COLLECTION OF CUBIOUS 

Papers, either republished from scarce Tracts, or now first printed 
from Original MSS. To be continued occasionally. Nos. 1 and 2. 
Kirgate, 1772, 4to. Part 1, pp. 48. Part 2, pp. 62. 600 ccpies 
printed No more published. 

Part 1 contains An Account of Tournaments, and other Martial 
Diversions. — Of Justs and Tournaments as a Triumph in the reign 
of Bichard II. — A Militaire Triumph at Erussells, 1549. — • 
Triumphes Military for honour and love of Ladies. — Of the Life 
and Actions in Arms since the reigne of Queene Elizabeth. — The 
original occasions of the yeerly Triumph in England. — All from 
Segar^s Honour, Military, and Civil. See ' Bibliographer's 
Manual,* p. 2236. Part 2 contains Life of Sir Thomas Wyat, 
the elder. From the original in the Harleian Collection. 

22. Dbscbiption oe the Villa op Hobace Walpole, youngest 

son of Sir Bobert Walpole, Earl of Orford, at Strawberry Hill, 
near Twickenham, with an Inventory of the Furniture, Pictures, 
Curiosities, (1772), small 4to. pp. 65. This edition is stated by 
Kirgate the printer, to have been only for the use of the servants 
in shewing the house. It dififers entirely in its arrangement from 
the subsequent published editions. 

23. Descbiption oe the Villa oe Hobaoe Walpole, etc. (Second 

edition). Sirgate, 1774, 4to. pp. 158. 100 copies printed and 6 

on LABGB PAPEB. 

24. Descbiption oe the Villa op Hobace Walpole, etc. (Thied 
edition). Kirgate, 1784, royal 4to. pp. 96. Preface pp. iv. This 
edition contains 27 plates. 200 copies printed. See * Biblio- 
grapher's Manual,' p. 2821. 

26. BULES AND OeDEBS POB THE GOTEBNMENT OP A FbIENDLT 
Society commenced in January 28th, 1760, and held at the House 
of Bichard Matthews, the Bed Lion, Twickenham. 1774, 8vo. 

26. DoEiNDA ; A TowN EcLOOXTB. (Bt Genebal Bichabd Fitz- 
patrick, brother of the Earl of Orrery). Kirgate, 1775, 4to. pp. 8, 
with a vignette of Strawberry Hill. 300 copies printed. 

27. The Sleep- Walkeb ; a Comedy in Two Acts. Tbanslated 
from the French, by Lady Craven, in March, 1778. Kirgate, 
1778^ small 8vo. pp. 56. 75 copies printed. 



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28. Lettke to the Editor op the MiscELLAiORfl op Thohis 
Chatterton. Sirgate, 1779, 8vo. pp. 56. 200 cop^s printed. 

29. Laws, Bules aitd Obdebs. BSLONOiNa to the Amicable akd 
Fraternal Society held at Mr. Wm. Young's, the Black Dog, in 
Twickenham, begun June 25th, 1779, 8vo. 

30. The Mtjse Becalled, an Ode occasioned by the NtrpriAia 
of Lord Viscount AUthorp, and Miss Lavinia Bingham, eldest 
daughter of Charles, Lord Lucan. Marcli 6th, 1781. Bj William 
Jones, Esq., (afterwards Sir William Jones). Kirgate, 1781, 4to. 
pp. 8. 250 copies printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' article 
Sir Wm. Jones, p. 1229. 

31. Letteb pbom the Honotteable Thomas Walpole to thb 
Gk>vemor and Committee of the Treasury of the Bank of England. 
Kirgate, 1781, sm. 4to. pp. 15. 120 copies printed. 

32. EssAi SUB l'Abt des Jabdins Modebkes. Fab M. Hobacb 
Walpole. Traduit en Francois par M. de Due de Nivemois. 
(French and English). Kirgate, 1785, 4to. pp. 94, besides an 
English Title with Vignette. 400 copies printed. 

33. HiEBOGLTPHiOK Tales. Kiboate, 1785, 8vo. pp. 50. Postscbipt, 
1 leaf. 7 copies printed. See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2821. 

34. Bishop Bokneb's Ghost. By Hannah Mobe. Wbitten 
when on a visit to Beilby Porteous, Bishop of London, at his 
Palace, Fulham, June, 1789. Kirgate, 1789, 4to. pp. 2. Title, 
&c., pp. 2. 96 copies printed. (2 on brown paper.) 

85. WaIiPOle's (Hobace) Wobks. Vols. I. and II. (1770), 4to. 
Att published qfthis projected edition. See the description and con- 
tents, * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2818. 

36. [HiSTOBY OP Alctdalis AiTD Zelida, a Tale op the Fottb- 
teenth Century, Strawberry Hill, 1789, 8vo.] This is a fictitious 
imprint. See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 26. 

DETACHED PIECES. FOLIO. 

87. Copy op a Geneeal Obdeb op the Coubt op Exchequer 
for the future more regular issuing Summons of the Pipe, &o, 
21st June, 1758, pp. 2. 

38. Inscbiption tjndeb the Monxtment op the two pibst Eabib 
of Waldegrave, father and son both of the name of James, both 
servants of that excellent Prince King Gheorge II., both by him 
created Knights of the most noble order of the G-arter. By Sir 
Edward Walpole, father of Lady Waldegraye, afterwards Duchess 
of Gloucester. 1 page. 

89. Title-page. Pobtbaits in the Eeign op King Geobqb the 
Third, with a vignette of Strawberry Hill. 

40. Title-page. Pobtbaits op Paintebs, Engbavees, Sci7LPTOB8» 
&c. from Walpole's Anecdotes of Painters in England. 



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41. A IiABltL (OV A LONGh StSIP), TO PITT TTITDBB THX LaBBL KOW OTSB 

the door of the Chapel. " The four Fictores near the Shrine," &c. 

42. A Label, much laboeb thaet the vvaovDUfGt one, printed nr 

liirge tjpe and on cartridge paper. ** The Shrine," &o. 10 lines. 

43. Title-paoe, DBAWiNas and Seetohes ov the Gothic Mak- 
sion at Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, &c., taken by John Carter, 
Draughtsman and Designer of Gothic Architecture. Printed by 
T. Eirgate, 1788. 

44. Title-page. Collectanea, ob a Collection of Advertise- 
mentS) Paragraphs from the Newspapers, &c. Printed by Thomaa 
Kirgate, for the collector, Daniel Lysons. 

45. Title-page. Public Exhibitions and Places op Amusement. 
Vol. I. (Printed for the same.) 

46. Title-page : Theatrical. Vol. I. (Fob the same). 

47. Additions to the Collection of English Portraits, with a 
view of Strawberry Hill. 

48. Prosperity to Houghton, and Houghton Hare-Hunting. 
2 Ballads. 

DETACHED PIECES. QUARTO. 

49. Title-page : Etchings by Lady Louisa Augusta Greville. 

50. Title-pages; A Collection op the most remarkable Tracts 
published in the reign of George III. Vol. III. with a vignette. 

Vol. rv. 

51. Title-pages : A Collection op the most remarkable Poems> 
published in the reign of King George the Third. VoL VI. vig- 
nette. VoL VII. vignette. 

52. Title-page: A Collection of Loose Pieces, printed at 
Strawberry Hill, with a vignette of Strawberry HilL 

63. Ode to Gray on his Odes. By Datid Garrick, 24 lines. 
Martin observes, '* Six copies only are said to have been printed." 
Mr. Upcott wrote, " Not so, having 3 copies in my own posses- 
sion." 

54. The Magpie and heb Brood, a Fable, from the Tales of 
Bonaventure des Periers, Valet de Chambre to the Queen of Na- 
varre, Addressed to Miss Hotham, by H. W. 72 lines, pp. 4. 

65. Verses sent to Lady Charles Spencer, with a painted 
Taffety, occasioned by saying she was low in pocket and could not 
buy a new gown. By Anna Chamber, Countess Temple. 12 
lines. Ileal. 

66. Portrait of John, Earl. Granville; a Poem signed H. W. 
20 lines. 1 lea£ Also an impression in English and French. 

67. VSBSEB TO THE PRINTING PrESS AT STRAWBERRY HiLL, BY 

Mr. Bentley. 28 lines. [Printed by Muntz, August 25, 1757.] 

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68. Epitaph ov Thieodobb, Knra op Oobsioa, dt thb Chubch 
Yard of St. Ann's, Soho. By H. W. 1 page. 

59. Thb Pbbsb at Stbawbsbbt Hill: to his Botal HianmBss 
tbe Duke of Glarenoe (William IT.) 12 lines. Printed on ac- 
count of his haying paid a visit to Mr. Walpole, then ill of the 
gout, on the 22Dd of Deoemher, 1790, and were sent to him the 
next day. 1 leaf. 

60. The PsiNTiKa Pbess at Strawbbsbt TTtt.t^ to thb Eajil ov 
Chesterfield. 6 lines. 1 leaf. 

61. The Fbbss at Stbawbebbt Hill to Miss Mabt aitb Miss 
Agnes Berry, on having received a visit from them, October llth, 
1788. 12 lines. 

62. YeBS PSBSEKTi A BA MaJEST^ LB BOI DE SuiDB, A BUEL Ul 

Samedy) 9 Mai, 1771, par Madame la Duchesse D'Ae:uilloii 
Bouairiere, en lui montraut le Portrait du Cardinal de Bidielieu. 
20 lines. 1 leaf. 

63. Tebs bitb cette Ezfbebbion Obdikaibe, '*Tueb lb Teics" 
par Boudier. 4 lines. Imitated in English by H. W. an'd ad- 
dressed to Chloe. 3 stanzas of 4 h'nes each. [Printed by Muntz. 
August 18, 1767.] 

64. Bulbs fob osTAiimfa a Ticket to bee Stbawbebbt TTtt.t. 
Printed in ItaUc. 28 lines. [June, 1784.] lleaf. 

65: BuLBfl tob taeino dowk Books in the Libbaby, Ajn> fob 
replacing them, A. S. D. [Written by Mrs. Darner.] 

66. Pboposals fob a Pont Bace on Twickenham Common, 17th 
September, 1776. 1 leaf. [Printed unknown to Horace WaJpole,'\ 

67. Cooket'b New-Ybab'b Asdbess: Yebses by T. Kiboate. 22 
lines. 1 leaf. [Cockey was the name of a dog belonging to l£r. 
Matthews, a publican on Twickenham Common, and was remarkable 
for barking round the neighbourhood every morning at 5 o'clock, 
which roused the labouring men to work, who for that reason 
called him the watchman.] A copy of these verses was stuck up 
in his master's house, over a tin box, in which was put by the 
neighbours' money enough to buy him a handsome collar. 

68. Yebses by T. Pentyoboss on Stbawbebby Hill. " Thbouoh 
the bosom of yon trees." 20 lines, in 2 stanzas. 1 leaf. 

69. Yebses by Miss Ann Pbiob. "Ye lotei^y bibds that 
must endure." 8 stanzas, of 4 lines each. 1 leaf. 

70. Poetical Epistle to Mbs. Cbewe, Davohteb op Fttlkb 
Ghreville. By the Bt. Hon. Charles J. Fox. Printed by Kirgate, 
[1775.] sm. 4to. 2 pages. 

71. Two Copies op Yebses pbintbd pob Mbs. Cloak: one op 6 
lines, the other 8 lines. 1 leaf. 

72. The Dibabteb : Yebses by Silyebteb Habdino, Miniatubb 

Painter, on William Bawtree, Engraveri fond of Physic and Phy- 
sical Books. 89 lines. 



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78. A Soira, ** Thebb wab a littlb icak, and hb woo'd a little 
maid," &c. 24 lines. 1 leaf. 

Cr4. YSBSBS BT MbS. BaCHEL HOLICES, 07 BOHTOBD, IN ESSBX. 

20 liDee. (Printed in 1790.) 

/5. Ybbses to Lady Hobatia Waldbgbaye on the Death ov the 

Duke of Ancaster. By Mr. Charles Miller, brother of Sir Thomas 

'Miller, Groom of the Chamber to Heniy, Duke of Gloucester. 

(Signed A. D. 1779.) Kirgate, 1780, sm. 4to. 2 leayes. 150 

copies printed, 

76. "A Madahb db Bouttlebs." 1 leap. 

77. The Pbintebs* Fabewell to Stbawbebbt Hill, Oct. 1797. 
Signed T. £. 4 stanzas, 6 lines eaoh. Written by Silvester 
Harding. 

78. Pbologitb and Epilogue wbi t i ' bn bt the Eabl op Moxtnt 
Edgcumbe and Johanna Baillie, at the opening of the Theatre, 
Strawberry Hill, Not. 1800. 1 leaf. 

DETACHED FIEOES IN OCTAVO ET INFBA 

79. Title-pages. A Collection op all the Dbamatio Pieces 
published in the reign of King George III. Vol. YI. with yig- 
nette view of Strawberry Hill. Printed in red ink. Yols. YII. 
YIIL, X. 

80. Title-page. A Collection op the host beicabeablb Tbacts 
published in the reign of George III. YoL IX. 

81. Title-page. An Account op a New Method op Painting. 
supposed to be the Encaustic manner of the Ancients, as it has 
lately been discovered at Paris by the Comte de Caylus, and im- 
proved here, and exhibited in a picture before the Society of Arts 
i^d Sciences. With a Dedication to the Bight Hon. Mary Le- 
pelle, &c. by Horace Walpole. Printed by Thomas Farmer. 1759, 
pp. 7. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' article Muntz, J. H., p. 
1632. 

82. Past op the intended Preface to the Anecdotes op Painting, 
pp. 8. Mr. Walpole originally designed to print the work in this 
form, but changed his plan, and printed it in 4to. 

83. llTLE-PAGE POB THE CbAPTSMAN, YoL. Y., POB A COPY BE- 

longing to T. X. (Kirgato), which wanted the title. 

84. Yebseb to Lady Obaybn. 8 lines. 

85. Yebses wbitten on a Cenotaph in the Garden, which was 
Mrs. dive's, at Twickenham. 6 lines. 

86. Yebses. Tonton to Madame la Yiscomtesse db Cambis. 
6 lines. [Tonton was a little French dog, which belonged to 
Madame du Deffand.] 

87. Thb Pbesb to Lady Townsend. Pbebented 19th August, 

1757. 4 lines. 

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88. Thx Fbxss to Last Boohford. FsBBinrnBD 19tie Au^va^ 
1757. 4 linoB. 

89. Thb Pbb88 to MAPAina pb Botttflebs.— Thb Fbbss to Vatia^ ^ 
Dasson. 6 lines each. Printed when these Ladies went to see 
the printing-house. 

90. Vebses, dt French, to Madams db BoxnnniBBS. 11 urns. 

91. Ybbsbs, ur Fbbnoh, to MAPAimi Dtjsson. 9 lutbs. 

92. YeBS Q17B LOUIB XY. CBOT7TA SOUS SOK ASSTETTE IB' 1751. 4 

lines. 

93. Tbistbs Begbets, bto. ; Air Ant in Beenoh. 4 stanzas, op 6 
lines each. 

94. Ybbbes to Madamtb du ChatbiiET. 6 iinbs. — ^Iuitated or 

French, 8 lines. 

95. Ybbses to MAT)ATf DB Dakab. 4 UNES.— Imitatid IN Fbench; 

8 lines. 

96. Ybbses to Madaitb db Yieleoaonon. 8 lines. — ^Imitated ik 
French, 8 lines. 

97. YeBBBS to MAT)AHffB SB LA YaUFALIBBB. 6 LINBS. — ^IhITATZID 

in French, 8 lines. 

98. Thb Master of Otranto to the Fairy Blansina, bto. Air 
Address in Prose to he presented to Lady Blandford. 8 lines. 

99. Questions frofosed to thb Society of Antiquaries on thx 
Discovery of Oil Painting. 

100. Label for the China Tub in which the Cat was srownied. 
By Qray, 6 yerses. " 'Twas on the lofty Yaee's side^" &o. 

101. Label fob ▲ Screen icasb of Old Tafbstry. Prose. 7 
lines. 

102. Label for thb Fishing Eaolb, modbllbd in Tebba Cotta 
by the Hon. Mrs. Darner, who has written her own name in 
Gnreek on the base. Mr. Walpole had the following line printed 
and placed under it. **KonmePxaxitileB finxit. At Anna Darner.'* 
1787. 

103. A Card. Thb Tiokbt to Yibw Stbawbebry Hill. lO 
lines. 

104. Efitafh on a WoicAN WHO sold Earthbnwasb, (thb Let- 
ters whimsically transposed.) — ^Also on a card. 

105. Efitafh on a Canary Bird, by Siltbstxr HABDiNGhy 
Miniature Painter. 3 sianzaSy 4 lines each. 

106. Adybrtisbubnt. Stolen or strayed, a small Brown Shock 
Water Dog, &c. [A. joke on a Waterman who had absented him- 
self from his Club.J Printed by B. Nobody, at Brentford. 

107. A Booh of Club Ordbrs. 8vo. ff. 15. Bbqun Junb 25, 
1779. * 

108. SiaiLLUK HoBAm Comns sb Orfosd. With Asms, woq]>« 
cut. 




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LABELS FOB BOOKS. 

109. BTTNBTTBY'fl EtOHINGHI. 

110. Setigniajta. 

111. LooBX Pieces pbiktsd at Sisawbsbbt Hua. 

112. Detached Pieobs fbhtted at Stbawbbbby Hill. 

113. Thbee Labels bob Gbobeb's Dioxionabtj Doing fob Kib- 
gate'a copy, let, 2nd and Srd yoIs. 

CARDS OF ADDRESS. 

114. Thohas Ejboate, Pbiitteb, Stbawbebbt HiLLy Middlesex. 

115. Thomas KisaATE, Na 127, Pall Mall. 

116. SiLTESTEB HABDINGh, MiNIATUBB PAHTTSB AVD ENaBAYEB, 

No. 127, PaU MaU. 

117. Mbs. DELAiirE, No. 4^ Gbeat Qtjxkn Steebt, LnrooLK's line 
Fields. ♦ 

118. CowABD & Pbitohabd, Millinebs AlKD Habbbdabhebs, Eino 
Street, Richmond. 

119. Or. EwiNGToir, Padtteb, Ola£ibb, Ain> Flvxbbb, Twickev- 
ham, Middlesex. 

120. John Ash, Nubsebt aitd Seedshak, Twickenham, Middle- 
box. 

121. Bealb, Watch and Clock Makeb, Twickenham, Middlbsez. 
— ^Another impression, " Clock and Watdi Maker." 

122. Michael Stubbs, TJpholstebeb and Cabinet Makes, neab 
the Bull's Head, Twickenham. 

123. Geoboe Smith, Pebuke Makeb, neab the Thbee SiNes, 
Twickenham. 

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2. SPEODfBN Lexici oohpasatiyi OHinuM LmauABUM Ettbofjsa- 
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3. GaTAXO^UBS DBS OTJYBAaES DB LiNatriSTIQTnB EUBOF^ENB, 

^dit^s par le Prince Lucifin-Louis Bonaparte. 1858, 16mo. 2 yols. 
78. 6d. 

4, Gantiouh OAimooBcnc SaiiOhokis, 8 Yabconicis sialectis 
Hi8paniffi yersum, ab Uriarte et Ijucien-Louis Bonaparte. 1858, 
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Hispanic^, CkJlioe et onmibua dialectis Yasconicis yersa. 1857, 
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8. DiALoauES Basques: GuiPirscoAirs, Bisoaiens, IiABotrBBiKS, 
Souletins, par Iturriaga, Uriarte, Duyoisin, et Inchauspe, ayec deux 
traductions Espagnole et Fran9aiBe. 1857, oblong 8yo. 278. 

9. BiBLIA EDO TeBTAMBNTTT ; THE BlBLE IN THE GviPITSCOAN DIA- 

leot of Basque, bj Uiiarte, Lucien-Louis Bonaparte and Azpiazo. 
1859-65, 8yo. 2 yols, not yet completed, 10/. 

10. EvANaBLio SEaxTN San Mateo, tbadtjoedo al Yasoubnob, dia. 
lecto Gtiipuzcoano, por J. A. de Uriarte. 1858, 8yo. 21, 14b. 25 
copies printed. — An edition, 1857» containing only Chap. I to the 
28th yerse of Ghap. 8. 

11. Apocampsis db San Juan, traduoido aii Yascuence, dia- 
lecto Ghiipuzcoano, por J. A. de Uriarte. 1858, 16mo. 27s. 50 
copies printed. 

12. Apooaupsis de San Juan, Yasoubnob Yizoaino, pob J. A. db 

Uriarte. 1857, 16mo. 27b. 51 copies printed. 

13. Dootbdta Gbistiana, en el Yasoubnob db Llodio, fbovincea 
de Alaya. 1858, 32mo. I60. 60 copies printed. 



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PEHrCE LTTCIEir BONAPABTE's PTJBLTCJLTIOITS. 247 

14 BiBLIA, ETA BEBBIA DtTYOIBIN KaFITAINAE, ETC. : BiBLE, TEA- 

duit en Basque, dialeote du Labourd. 1859, large 8to. 2-yolB. 10/. 
when completed. 

15. BuTH, LB Ltybe de, tbaditit ek Basqitb Laboubdin, fab Du- 
Toisin. 1860, 32mo. 4s. 6d. 

16. Cai^tique DBS Cantiqttes de SALOMoy, EK Basque Laboubdin, 
par DuYoisin. 1859, 16mo. 4s. 6d. 

17. ApocaIiTPSb de Saint Jean, en Basque Souletin, pab Inch- 
anspe. Londres, 1858, 16mo. 278. 50 copies printed. 

18. Yebbb Basque (Le) pab l'Abbe Inchauspe. publie pab lb 
Prince Lucien-Louis Bonaparte. Bayonne, 1858, 4to. 3/. 78. 

19. Celtic Hexapla: the Son» op Solomon in all the living 
dialects of the Gtielic and Cambrian languages, (in English, Irish, 
Gkielic, Manx, French, Welsh, Breton, Yannetais). 1858, 4to. 
208. 

20. Apocbipha, chuk na Gaelic Albannaich, leis Alasdaib 
Macgriogair. 1860, 8vo. 2/. 

21. EVANGILE DE SaINT MaTHIEU, EN BbETON DE VaNNES, PAB 

C. Terrien. 1857, 16mo. 6s. 

22. Pababola del Figliuol Pbodioo, in Gbeco di Cabgese (Cob- 

eica) da Stefanopoli. 1860, 4to. Is. 6d. 

23. Vangelo di San Matteo, in dialetto Milanese, da Ant 
Picozzi. 1859, 16mo. 15s. 

24. ^ nir dialetto Bebgahasco, da Locatelli. 1860. 16mo. 

15s. 

25. IN dialetto Pieicontese. 1861, 16mo. 68. 

26. ■ IN dialetto Genotese, da Olivieet, con osseeva- 
zioni Linguisto-comparative suila pronunzia Genovese, da Lucieu 
Louis Bonaparte. 1860. 16mo. 15s. 

27. ■ IN DIALETTO VeNEZIANO, DA G. FONTANA. 1859, 16mo. 

158. 

28. • IN DIALETTO FbIULANO, DAL CoNTE P. DAL POZZO. 

I860, 16mo. 15s. 

29. — ' IN DIALETTO NaPOLITANO, DA JTS LETTEBATO DI Na- 

polL 1861, 16mo. 15s. 

30. LiBBO DI But, nr dialetto Siciliano, da Scaha. 1860, 32mo. 
4«. 6d. 

31. Cantico de* Cantici di Salmons, in dialetto Siciliano, da 
Scalia. 1860, 16mo. 48. 6d. 

32. Vangelo di Matteo, in dialetto Sicilian©, da Scalia, con 
osservazioni linguistico-comparatiye, da L. L. Bonaparte. 1861, 
16mo. 15s. 

33. Stobia di Giuseppe, Capi 37 e 39-45 della Genesi, in dia- 
letto Sardo Cagliaritano, da Abis. 1861, 8yo. 15s. 



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248 PEiircjTs xrcinr Bois^APiiTE's prBLicATiows. 

84. LiBBO Di But, nr dialbtto Sabdo mebedionale, da Asia. 

1860, 32mo. 4s. 6d. 

85. Caittico de' Gantici, is dialbtto Sabdo kebidiovalb, da 
Abie. 1860, 16mo. 4fl. 6d. 

86. Pbofezia di Giova, in dialbtto Sabdo Gaouabitako, da 
Abis. 1861, 16mo. 48. 6d. 

87* YANaELO di S. Matteo, is dialbtto Sabdo Gaoliabitano, da 
AbiB. 1860, 16mo. 16b. 

88. Stobia di GinsBPFB, Gafi 87 b 89-45 della Obkesi, nr dia- 
letto Sardo Logudorese da Spano, seconda edizione. 1861, Svo. 
15b. 

89. LiBBO DI BuT^ nr dialbtto Sabdo cevtbalb. 1861, 32mo. 
48. 6d. 

40. Gaktioo de' Gaktioi, nr dialstto Sabdo centbalb. 1861, 
16mo. 4b. 6d. 

41. Pbotezia di Giona, nr Sabdo Loovdobesb, da Spaho. 1861, 
16mo. 4b. 6d. 

42. Yanoblo di S. Matteo, LoauDOBESE, da Spano. 1858, 16mo. 

158. 

43. LiBBO DI But, Sabdo Settentbioitalb Tempibsb, da Spavo. 

1861, 32mo. 48. 6d. 

44. Gantico de' Gantioi, Sabdo Settentbionalb Tempibsb. 1861, 
16mo. 48. 6d. 

45. Yangelo di S. Matteo, in dialetto Sabdo GALLrBBSE di 
Tempio, da Mundola, con osseryazioni da L. L. Bonaparte. 1861, 
16mo. 158. 

46. in dialbtto Goeso. 1861, 16mo. ISs. 

47. in dialetto Bomano, da Gatbbbi, cx)n la ooofeba* 

zione di L. L. Bonaparte. 1861, 16mo. 15b. 

48 Sonetto Bomanesco. 4to. Is. 6d. 

49. Etanoelio de S. Mateo, en el dialecto Astubiano, fob ttn 
natural de Asturiaa, con cooperacion de L. L. Bonaparte. 1861^ 
16mo. 15s. 

50. GOLLBO^AO DB YOCABITLOS E TBABES USADOS EM S. PEDBO, BiO 

Grande, BraziL 1856, 4to. 78. 6d. 25 copies printed. 

51. Etanoelio db S. Mattbo, tbaduoido al dialbcto Galleoo 
per Santa Maria, con obserraciones sobre la pronunciacion Gul- 
lega, Asturiana, Gastellana y Portuguesa por L. L. Bonaparte. 
1861, 16mo. 158. 

52. Salomons Hohb Lied in SrsBENBUBGiscHBACHSiscHEB Spbachs, 
yon Seiyert. 1859, 16mo. 49. 6d. 

53. Psalms, the Book of, in Lowland Scotch, by Henby Soott 
BiddeU. 1857, 8yo. 15s. 

54. Solomon, thb Song of, in Lowland Sootgh, by Hbnby Sootx 
BiddelL 1858, 4to. 4b. 6d. 



VRTSCE XTTCIEir BONAPABTE's PUBLIC ations. 249 

65. Book op Evth, in the KobthuiosesiiAnd dialect, bt Bob- 
son. 1860, d2mo. 3s. 

66. Solomon, the Song of, in TWENTr-roxm En€Hjsh dialects : 

Lowland Scotdi, two yersions ; of Northumberland ; Newcastle, 
two Teraions ; Cumberland, two yarieties. North and Central ; 
Durham, Westmoreland, North Yorkshire, Craven, North Lanca- 
shire, West Yorkshire, Sheffield, Lancashire (Bolton), Devonshire, 
Eiast Devonshire, Somersetaliire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Cornwall (liv- 
ing dialect), Sussex and Norfolk, and Saxon-English j together 
24 parte. 1858-1861, 16mo. 3/. 5s. 

67. ■ TEESIFIED in the dialect op THE COLLIEBS OP 

Northumberland, bj Bobson. 1860, 4to. 7s. 6d. 

68. Someesetshiee Dialect (the), its peonttnciation, by Baynes. 
Beprinted, 1861, 8vo. 4s. 6d. 

69. Etangelii MATTHiEi Cap. L Neo-Ebisic^, a J. H. Halbebtsma. 

1857, 16mo. 3s. 100 copies printed. 
60. Cap. II. 1857, 16mo. 78. 6d. 25 copies printed: 

61. EwANGEELJE pen MatTHEWES : EVANGELIE TAN MaTTHEFS 

yertaald in Land-Friesch, door J. H. Halbertsma. 1858, 4to. 27s. 

62. Pbsni Pesnei tsaba Solomona (the Song op Solomon ih 
Bussian). 1858, 16mo. 4s. 6d. 

63. La Pbopecia de Jonas, en tascfence natabbo del valle 
de Baztan, por Echenique. 1862, 16mo. 4s. 6d. 

64. Pbophetie de Jonas, en Basque de la YALLiE de Cize, 
Basse Navarre par Casenave. 1862, 16mo. 4s. 6d, 

66. Stobia di Giubefpee Ebbeo, della Genesi, in dialetto 
Sardo Tempiese, da Porqueddu. 1862, 8vo. 15s. 

G6, Pbopezia di Gjona, in dialetto Sabdo Tempiese. 1862, 
16mo. 46. 6d. 

67. Gospel of St. Matthew in Lowland Scotch. Tbanslated 
by H. S. Biddell. 1856, 8vo. 

68. The same, tbanslated by Hendeeson. 1862, 16mo. 158. 

69. Yangelo di San Matteo, in dialetto Calabeese Cosentino, 
da Lucente, con osservazioni dal Principe L. L. Bonaparte. 1862, 
16mo. 15s. 

70. CoBNiSH Litebatxtbe, eepbinted pbom the Cambeian Joub- 
nal, 1861. 1861, 8vo. Is. 6d. two leaves. 

71. Langfb Basque et Langues Finnoises, (unb Dissebtation) 
par le Prince L. L. Bonaparte. 1862, 4to. 24s. 

72. Yangelo di S. Matteo, in dialetto Bolognese, da Pepoll 

1862, 16mo. 158. 

73. St. Matthew's Gospel in the Detonshibb Dialect. 1863, 

16mo. 15s. 

74. Evangelic S. Mateo tbad. al Yascuencb, dialbcto Yiz- 

caino, par J. A. de Uriarte. 1857, 8vo. 



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250 PBnrcns lttctbit bohtapaete's puBLiCATioisrs. 

76. EvAvaxLio S. Mateo trad, al YABornsNCE, dialbcto Nayasbo, 
par D. Bruno Echeaique de Elizondo. 1857, 8vo. 

76. Eyaitgilb selok S. Mathieu en Lai^gue Basque, diaubctm 
Bas-NaTarraifl, par M. Salaberry. Bayonne, 1856, 8to. 

77. VOOABULAIEE DB MOTS BASQUES BaS-NaVABBAIS TBAPUITS BH 

Langue Fran^aue, par M. Salaberry. Bayonne, 1856, 18mo. 

78. EvAiraiLE selok S. Mathieu, en Basque Soui.ET£Er, pas 
TAbb^ Inchauspe. Bayonne, 1856, 8yo. 

79. OaTALOOUE DBS OUYBAOBS DB LiKOUISTIQUE EUBOPtEini EDITHS 

par le Prince Louis-Lucien Bonaparte. Lond. (1858), 16mo. pp. 
31. 250 copies printed. 



J. PATNE COLLIER'S BEPSINTS OF RABE TRACTS. 

Limited to 25 copies. Printed in smaU 4to. 

The pitttull Histobie ov two loyino Italians, Gaulebido and 
Bamardo le Yayne. Translated out of Italian into Englishe meeter 
by John Drout, of Thavis Inn, Q-ent. Lond. H. Binneman, 1570, 
in Black letter. (1844), 4to. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 
669,— (AtlieniBum, April 26, 1862.) 

The Pbatse op Nothing, by E. D. (Sib Edwabd Dyeb). lie* 
printed at London, in Fleate-streate, beneath the Conduite, at the 
eigne of the S. John, Eyangelist) by H. Jackson. 1585, 4to.— 
{Ath, Apr, 26, 1862.) 

A Dialogue bytwene the Comhune Secbetaby and Jalowsyb, 
touchynge the Unstablenes of Harlottes. Lond. by John Kynge, 
Greede Lane. n. d. 4to. See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 9SK9. 
— (^M. Apr, 26, 1862.) 

A Libel of Spanish Libs pound at the Sack of Gales, Dis- 
coursing the Fight in the West Indies between the English and 
the Spaniards, and of the Death of Sir Francis Drake. By Capt. 
Henry Savile. 1596. 2x> copies printed, {Notes and Queries^ Oct, 
8, 1863.) See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2195. 

Shaexspbabb's Hamlbt. Fac-similb op the Fibst Edition, 1603 ; 
made (Sept. 1858), by direction of the late Duke of DeTonshire, 
for presents, under the superintendence of J. P. Collier. ^ 
copies. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2276. 

' Hamlet. Fac-similb op the Second Edition, 1604; 

made (Aug. 1859) by direction of the present Duke of Deyonshiie, 
under the superintendence of Mr. Collier. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 2276. 




251 



ULirSTBATIONS OF EAELT ENGLISH POFTTLAB 
LITEEATUBE. EDITED BT J. FA7NE GOLUEB. 

Limited to 50 Subscribers, Printed in small 4/o. 

FIBST SERIES, 1862—1863. 

1. A PiTHTHY Note to Papists all, aitd some that jot is 
Felton's Martirdome. 1570. A Ballad. Eolton was executed 
for fixing the Pope's Bull against Queen ElizabetH on the gates 
of the Bishop of London. — {Athenaumf June 14, 1862.) 

2. The Tbiteth op the Mubthebixg op John Bbbwsn. Bt 
Thomas Kydde [the Dramatic Poet]. 1592. 

3. The Histoey op Jacob and his Twelve Sons. Lond. 1592. 
Printed by John AUde, about 1570 ; first printed by Wynken do 
"Worde. See * Bibliographer's Manual/ p. 1177. 

4 The Wtll op the Deutll, and Last Testament. Lond. H. 
Powell, n. d. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 634. 

5. The Mbtamobphosis op Tabacoo (pbobably by Sib J. Beau- 
mont). Lond. for John Flaskett. 1602. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual/ p. 2688. 

6. Two Tbaots on the Mttbdeb op Loed Bbooke, viz :— The 
most horrible and tragicall Murther of John Lord Bourgh , (Brooke* 
Baron of Castell Connell, committed by Arnold Cosby, the 14 of 
January. Printed by B>. B>. 159L (See * Bibliographer's Manual,) 
p. 244.) — ^Arnold Gosbie's Ultimum Yale, to the yaine worid, an 
Elegie, written by himself in the Marshalsea after his condem- 
nation for murthering Lord Brooke. 1591. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 529. 

7. A News Entebiude op GhoDLY Queen Hesteb. Imp. by Wm. 
Pickerynge and Thomas Hacket. 1561. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 755. 

8. The Gomplaynte op them that ben too late Mabyed. Lond. 
Wynken de Worde. (1535.) See 'Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 
1481. 

9. The Censtjbe op a Loyall Sfbiect: upon oebtainb noted 

Speach and Behaviours of those fourteen notable Traitors at the 
pkce of their Executions, the 20 and 21 of September last 
past. (By Geo. Whetstone.) Lond. 1587. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 2890. 

10. Lybics pob Old Lutenists, in the Beic^ns op Elizabeth 
and James I. 

11. Two most unnatuball and bloodie Mubthebs : the one by 
Master Calverley, a Yorkshire G-entleman, upon his wife and two 



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252 J. TAYJSTE oollieb'b bepbdttb. 

children, 1605 ; the other hj MistriBs Browne and her Bemtnt 
Peter upon her hnshand, 1605. Lond. by V. S. 1605. 

Tbe story upon which the drama of the Torkahire Tragedy waa founded. 1008. 
5^ 'Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2304. 

12. A GOMFLAIKT OF THE CHUSCHIS AGAIF8T THX BABBABOim Tl- 

rannj executed in Fraunce upon her poor members. 1562. (In 
Verse.) Loud. John Allde, 1562. 



SECOND SERIES, 1863-64. 

1. BSPOST OF THI BOTAL GOHKISSIOirSBfl, AHD BeCKSX 0F THX 

Star-Chamber regarding Printers and Stationers, 26 Elis. (1584). 

2. A Nbw Aim LABGhE DiscouBSX ov THE Tbayelb of Sib An- 
thony Sherley, Euight, by Sea and Overland to tbe Persian Em- 
pire. Written by William Parry. Loud. Y. Simmes, 1601, 4to. 
See 'Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2380. 

8. Edmond Becke's Foeh a&ainst the Dootbifs of Tbahtstb- 
atantiation (entitled A breie Confutation of the ^abaptistical 
OpinioUi etc.) John Daye, 1550. See ' Bibliographer's Manual,* 
p. 141. 

4. The Ttsx tabbyeth fob vo Man : ak IittebiiUpb by 0bob&b 
WapuU. Lond. 1576. See 'Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2831. 

6. BiCHABD FeBBIS* MOST SANGhEBOUS AlTD MBMOBABIiE ADYBK- 

ture with Andrew Hill and William Thomas in a small Wherry 
Boate by Sea, to the citie of Bristowe. Lond. 1590. See * Biblio- 
grapher's Manual/ p. 793. 

6. Bboadsides of Speeches, Songs, &o. peuybbed nr the pbb- 
sence of General Monck, chiefly in the Halls of Public Gompaniet 
of London, just anterior to the Bestoration. See AtkentBum^ De- 
cember &tby 1863. 

7. Looe: on Me, Loin>oK. I am an Honest Englishman bip- 
ping up the Bowels of Mischiefs, lurking in the Sub>urfos and Pre- 
cincts. Lond. 1613. Supposed to be by Richard Johnson, Author 
of the Seven Champions of Christendom. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual/ p. 1386. {Athenaeum, December 12/A, 1863.) 

8. SWOBD AND BuOKLEB : OB SeEVING-Man'S DEFENCE. BY WiL- 

liam Bas. Lond. 1602. See * BibUographer^s Manual/ p. 126. 

9. A GtooD Speed to Vibqinia (to encoubage the PiiANtiNO of 

that Colony.) By E. G. Lond. 1609. See 'Bibliographer's 
Manual/ p. 1787. 

10. The Copy of a Letteb lately wbitten in Meeteb, by a 
yonge Gentilwoman to her unconstant Lover : with an Admonition 
to all yong Gentilwomen and to all other Mayds in general to 
beware of Mennes flattery. By Is. W. (Date circa 1560.) 3m 
« Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2600. 



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J. PAINE collier's eepbints. 253 

11. The flbasant Walses op Moosb-pields. BEnra the guipt 
of two Sisters, now beautified to the continuing Fame of this 
worthy Citty. fiy Sichard Johnson. Lond. 1607. See ' Biblio- 
grapher's Manual, p.* 1216. 

12. CLnrroiT, Fubbbb and Abnou), to theib CoxrirTEETMBir whebe- 
soever ; wherein is described by their own hands their unfeigned 
penitence for the ofiences past ; their patience in welcoming their 
death ; and their duetiful minds towards her most excellent Ma- 
jestic, (in Verse). Lond. imp. by John Wolfe, (1583). 

Finished April 23ri, 1864. See Athenceum qf that date. 



Mr. GoUier has since oommenoed a New Series under the title of 

OLD ENGLISH LITEEATUBK 

Prttt/tfdf m nnaa 4do. 1864. 

1. The Lamentacton op a Cheisten agatnst the Citte op Londok 
for certain greate Vyces used therein. 1548. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual/ p. 1385. {Athevueumy June Wthy 1864.) 

2. PASQurLS* Paldtodia, and his Peogbesse to the Tavebne, 
where after the surv^ of the Sellar you are presented with a plea- 
sant pynte of Poeticall Sherry. Lond. Thomas Snodham, 1619. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1797. 

3. A MBBYB EnTBBLITDE, ENTITLED SeSFUBLIOA, MADE IN THE 

yeare of our Lord, 1653, and the first yeare of the moost prosper- 
ous reigne of our moost gracious soveraigne Quene Marye the 
first. (From a contemporary Manuscript in the possession of 
Mr. Hudson Ghuney). August, 1864. 

Mr. Collier has also, at different periods, (Athenaum^ June 28th, 
1862, and May 23rd, 1863.) announced the following. Lodge's 
(Thomas) History of William Longbeard, the famous and wittie 
English Traitor. 1593. {See < Bibliographer's Manual/ p. 1383.) 
Churchyard's (Thomas), Wished I&formation of Wicked Re- 
bellion, 1598, (the Revolt in Ireland), unique. News from Bar- 
tholomew Fair, in Yerse, giving an Account of the Shows and 
other Amusements, and of the manner in which they were con- 
ducted, temp. 2 Elizabeth, unique but imperfect. Barnfield's 
(Richard), Encomion of Lady Pecunia, or the Praise of Money, 
&c. 1598 and 1605. (See Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 119.) 
The Beverall notorious and lewd cousnages of John and Alice 
West, &lseiy called the King and Queen of Fayries. Lond. 1613. 
(See Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2877.) The Myrrour of Mo- 
destie. Lond. 1684. See * Bibliographer^ b Manual,' p. 935. 



254 



HALLIWELL'S BEPBIHTS OF EABE BOOKS. 

1. MOBTB AbTHITBI : ThB AlUTERlTiyS BOKAirCX OV THB DXATH 

of King Arthur ; now first printed, from a ManuBcript in the 

Library of Lincohi Cathedral. Lond, 1847, 4to. 75 copies 

printed. Some copies on labob and thick papxb. 

For other editions of this Romance aae ' Bibllographer'e Manaal/ p. 1619, and 
the Roxbarghe Club, Mo. 25. Appendix, p. 2. 

2. Gatalooitx 07 Chap Books, GABLAimfl, asd Pofttlab His- 
tories in Mr. Haliiwell's possession. Lond. 1S49, post 8to. fac- 
simile wood-cuts. Printed for private circulation only. 

3. COITTBIBUTIONB TO BABLT EnOLISH LiTBBATUBB, DKBIYKD 

chiefly from Bare Books and Ancient Inedited Manuscripts frY>m 
the Fifteenth to the Seventeenth Century. Lond. 1849, 4ito. 75 
ccpies printed. 

Contents : — The Suddaine Tume of Fortune's Wheele, an in- 
edited Poem, by Taylor, the Water-poet ; the life of Saint Kathe- 
rine $ the Knight and his Wife ; Dr. Caius's Magical MS. t the 
Tale of the Smyth and his Dame ; the Booke of Bobin Conscience; 
Ballads on Hugh of Lincoln ; Band, Buffe, and Cu£fe ; News out 
of Islington; a Derbyshire Mummer's Play; the Literlude of 
Youth. 

4. The Castle op Lotb: A Poeh, by Bobebt Gbobtbstb, 
Bishop of Lincoln ; now first printed from inedited MSS. of the 
Fourteenth Century. Brixton Hill, 1849, 4to. 100 copies printed. 

5. The PaiiAtinb Antholoot. An Extevbitb Collection op 
Ancient Poems and Ballads relating to Cheshire and Lancashire ; 
to which is added The Palatine Garland. Lond. 1850, 4to. 110 
copies printed. 

6. A New Boke about Shakbspeabb and Stbatpobb-on-Atok, il- 
lustrated with numerous woodcuts and facsimiles of Shakespeare's 
Marriage Bond, and other curious articles. Lond. 1850, 4to. 
75 copies printed. See ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2334. 

7. Catalogue op the Pboolamationb, Bboadbides, Ballads afb 
Poems, presented to the Chetham Library, Manchester, Lond. 
1851, 4to. 100 copies printed. 

8. The Yoekshiee Antholoqt. — An Extbnsivb Collection op 
Ballads and Poems, respecting the County of Yorkshire. Col- 
lected by J. O. Halliwell, with a Glossary. Lond. 1851, 4to. 110 
copies printed. 

9. The Litebatube op the Sixteenth and Setenteenth Cen- 
turies, illustrated by Beprints of Yery Bare Tracts. Lond. 1851, 
4to. 75 cf^fies printed. 

Contents : — Harry White his humour, set forth by M. P. — 
Comedie of the two Italian Gentlemen. — Tailor's Travels from 
London to the Isle of Wight, 1648.— Wyll Bucke his Testament. 



HALLIWELL's BEFBIITTS. 255 

— The Booke of Merry Biddies, 1629. — Comedie of All for 
Money, 1578. — Wine, Beere, Ale, and Tobacco, 1630. — Johnson'i 
New Booke of Kew Conceites, 1630.— Lore's Garland, 1624. 

10. ShAEESFEABE BeLICS : 80ME AC00TJ17T OP A COLLECTION OV AK« 

tiquities. Coins, Manuscripts, rare Books, and other Beliques, II- 
lustratiye of the Life and Works of Shakespeare. Illustrated with 
woodcuts. Brixton Hill, 1852, 4ito. SO copies printed, See^Bih^ 
liographer's Manual,' p. 2334. 

11. Some ACCoiofT op a Collection op beyebal Thoitband Bills, 
Accounts, and Inventories, Illustrating the History of Prices be- 
tween the Years 1650 and 1750, with Copious Extracts from old 
Account-books. Lend. 1852, 4to. 80 copies printed. 

12. The Noepolk Anthology, a Collection op Poems, Ballads, 
and Bare Tracts, relating to the County of Norfolk. Lend. 1852, 
4to. 80 copies printed. See 'Bibliographer's Manual^* p- 1701. 

13. Witchcbapt : The Babe Platb on the Lancashibe Witches, 
by Heywood and Shadwell, viz., the " Late Lancashire Witches," 
and the " Lancashire Witches and Teague o'Divelly, the Irish 
Priest." Lond. 1852, 4to. SO copies printed, SSee < Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 1063, and p. 2250. 

14. Obsebyations on the Shaeesfeabe FoBaEBiES at Bbidge- 
water House. 1852, 4to., with a facsimile. 25 copies printed. 

15. Bbisp Descbiption op the Ancient and Modebn Manv- 
soripts preserved in the Public Library, Plymouth. To which are 
added some Fragments of Early Literature, hitherto impublished. 
Lond. 1853, 4to. pp. 239. 80 copies printed, 

16. Bbiep Account op the Theological Manuscbifts, in Mb. 
HaUiwell's Library, Brixton Hill. 1854, 4to. 

17. Bbiep Aocoxtnt op an Unique Edition op Sydney's Abcadia. 
Lond. 1854, 4to. 25 copies printed, 

18. Descbiftiye Notices op Wobks in a Small Collection op 
Sydneian Literature in the Library of J. O. Halliwell. Brixton 
Hill, 1854, 4to. 25 copies printed, 

19. Bbiep Obsebyations on some Ancient Systems op Notation. 
Lond. 1854, 4to. 10 copies printed. 

20. A Gabland op Shaeesfebiana becently added to the Li- 
brary and Museum of J. O. I]!alliwell« Brixton Hill, 1854^ 4to. 

21. A Bbiep Notice op the Mibboub op Goyebnment, both 

Ecclesiastical and Civil. Printed at London in the year 1658, for 
the use and benefit of Thomas Gibbs, Gent. Lond. 1854, 8vo. 

22. Ancient Inyentobies op Fubnitube, Pictubes,Tafestby, Plate, 
&c., illustrative of Domestic Manners of the English in the 16th 
and l7th Centuries. Lond. 1854, 4to. 25 copies printed. 

23. Bbiep Notices op Biblioobafhical Babitieb in the Libbabt 

of J. O. Halliwell. Lond. 1855, 4to. 25 copies printed. 




256 halliwsll's bepbhtts. 

24. CATAioamc OT a UiriQnE Coixkction or Axcnasn Ek&ush 
Broadside Ballads, with Notes of the Tunes and the Imprints. 
Land. 1856, 8yo. 

25. A Lyttle Boke GEYnraB a. Tbub akd Bbiev Accoxtnts ov 
some Beliques and Curiosities added of late to Mr. Halliwell's 
Shakespeare Collection. Lond. 1856, small 4to., facsimile. 25 
copies printed. 

26. Books of Chasactebs, iLLUSTSATiNGh the Habits Ain> Mas- 
ners of Englishmen from the Beign of James I. to the B>estora- 
tion, selected by J. O. HaUiwell. Lond. 1857, 4to. 25 copies 
printed on thick vettum paper, 

27. Eably Editions oe Shakspeabb Desobibed. By J. O. Halli- 
welL Lond. 1857, 8vo. 25 copies printed, 

28. Gbebne (Bobebt). Notable Discoueby of Coosekagb, now 
daily practised by sundry lewd Persons ciJled Conniecatchers and 
Crossebiters, plainly lying open those pernicious sleightes that 
hath brought many ignorant men to Conmsion, with a £>elightfull 
Discourse of the Coosenage of Colliers, 1591. Beprinted 1859, 
8vo. 26 copies printed, aU on tMci paper. See 'Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 936. 

29. Gbeene (Bobebt). Defence of Coney-Catohing, &o. By 
Cuthbert Cunnycatcher. Reprinted from the edition 1592. Lond. 
1859, 8vo. 26 copies printed. For the original edition see * Bib- 
liographer's Manual,' p. 936. 

30. Shabespebian Dbolls fbom the Thbatbs of Ingenfitt, 
1698. The Chiswick Press, 1859, square 12mo. 30 copies printed. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2338. 

31. Bbibf Hans-List of Books, MSS., &o„ illttstbatitb of the 
Life and Writings of Shakespeare, oolleoted between 18^ and 
1859. Lond. 1859, post 8vo. 30 copies printed, 

32. Pleasant Histoby of John Winchoomb, commonly called 
Jack of Newbury, the famous Clothier. Written by T. Deloney. 
1597. Reprinted 1859, 4to. 26 copies printed. See 'Biblio- 
grapher's Manual,' p. 1176. 

33. Taylob, John the Wateb-poet. Shobt Relation of a Long 
Journey made round, or ovall, &c. 1652. Beprinted 1859, 4to. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2595. 

84. An Ancient Suevby of Pen* Mabn Mawb, Nobth Wales, 
from the original Manuscript of the Time of Charies the Pirst ; 
containing curious and interesting notices of Priestholme, Aber, 
Peiimenmawr, and its ancient ruins, Conway, &c. Lond. J. £. 
Adlard, 1859, 8vo. 30 copies printed^ att on thick paper, 

35. The Tineeb of Tubtey, his Mebby Pastime in his Passing 
from Billingsgate to Gravesend, the Barge being freighted with 
Mirth, 1680. Lond. 1869, 4ito. 26 copies printed. See * Biblii>- 
grapher'g Manual, p. 2687. 



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86. FoETxnra'g Tsfsrinis Bail ; a Mbtbical Version ov TttB Fonr- 
dation Story of Shakespeare's Winter's Tale, 1640. Lend. 1859, 
4to. 26 copies printed. See 'Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 823. 

87. Lodge (Thomas), a Maboabite op Ameeica, 1596. Lond. 
1859, 4to. 26 copies printed. See 'Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 
1383. 

38. The PLEASAirr and Delightfuii E[istobt op Dobasttts and 
Fawnia, by Robert. Greene. (The Foundation Story of Shake- 
speare's Winter's Tale). Edited by J. O. Halliwell, Lond. 1859, 
small 4to. 26 copies printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 
935. 

39. Hand-Book op the Eablt English Litebatttee peeseeved 
in the Malone Collection in the Bodleian Library. By J. O. 
Halliwell. Lond. 1860, 8vo. 51 copies printed. 

40. Notes op Family Excuesions in Noeth Wales, taken 
chiefly from Bliyl, Abergele, Llandudno and Bangor. By J. O. 
Halliwell. Lond. 1860, small 4to. pp. 231. 

41. Hand-List op the Eaely English Liteeatuee peesebyed 
in the Douce Collection selected from the printed Catalogue of 
that CoUection. By J. O. Halliwell. Lond. 1860, 8vo. 67 
copies printed. 

42. A LYTELL TeEATYSE, CALLED THE WySE ChYLDE OP THEE YEEE 

olde, demanded by Adrian Emperoure, the whiche hym answered 
unto every thynge he asked. From the unique edition printed by 
Wyiikyn de Worde. Chiswick Press, 1860, square 12mo. 30 
copies printed. For the original edition see * Bibliographer's Man- 
ual,' p. 2708. 

43. A Teeatyse op a Galaunt, with the Maeyage op the 
fayre Pusell the Boase of Byllyngesgate unto London Stone ; two 
poems, from the unique edition, printed by Wynkyn de Worde. 
Chiswick Press, 1860, square 12mo. 30 copies printed. For the 
original edition see * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2708. 

44. A peetie new Enteeltjde both pithie and pleasaitnt op 

the story of Kyng Daryus. 1565. Reprinted Lond. 1860, 4to. 
26 copies printed^ all on tinted paper. For the original edition see 
' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 692. 

45. Theee Old Ballads on the Oveetheow op the Spanish 
Armada, written by Thomas Deloney, a.d. 1588. Reprinted from 
black letter copies, supposed to be unique. Chiswick Press, 1860, 
square 12mo. 30 c(^es printed. 

46. Beeton (Nicholas). Will op Wit, Wit's Will, oe Will's 
Wit, choose you whether, being five tracts, viz., the Will of 
Wit, the Author's Dreame, the Sch oiler and the Souldier, the 
Miseries of Mavillia, the Praise of Women, and a merrie Piece of 
Phisicke, reprinted from the unique editiou of 1599. Thomas 
Richards, 1860, 4to. 26 copies printed^ aU on tinted paper. See 
' 13ibliographer'8 Manual,' p. 263. ' 

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47. Thb Avoisnt Ballad ov thx Faib Widow op WATLnra 
Street, and her three Daughters, from the earliest known edition. 
Printed by Thomas Pavier about the year 1600. Chiswick Press, 
1860, square 12mo. 30 copies printed. 

48. A Nabbation of thb Bloudt Mubdebs coMimrrBD bt Sib 
John Fitz, a Devonshire knight, and his suicide at Twickenham, 
near London, in August, 1605. — A briefe and true Report of two 
most cruel Murders done in Lincolnshire, at Howlton in the Moore, 
revealed in June, 1604. J. E. Adlard, 1860, 8to. 26 copies 
printed, aUon thick paper, 

49. FaCSIUILB C0FIB8 TAKBir FBOK THB EDITION OF ShAEESFEABB'S 

Tragedy of Hamlet, dated 1605. Lond. Ashbee and Dangerfield, 
1860, 4to. 26 copies printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 
2276. 

50. HuMoiTB Out of Bbeath, a Comedy by John Day, acted 

by the Children of the Berels, 1608, from the original edition. 

Printed for the Percy Library, by T. Bichards, 1860, post ^wo. 

This was the first and only publication of the intended Percy Library^ the 
project having been abandoned. 600 copies printed, of which 60 copies were 
preserved, and the rest destroyed, as certified in a MS. note in each copy. 
For the original edition «m ' Bibliographer's Manaal/ p. 606. 

51. The Scoubob of Dbvnkenness, a Poem, by Wiliiak Hobnby, 
1614, from the original and very rare edition. Thomas Bichards, 
1860, 4to. 2Q copies printed^ aU on tinted paper. For the original 
edition see ' Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1119. 

52. Deckeb, Thomas. His Dbeame, &c., 1620. Bepbinted. 
Lond. 1860, 4to. woodcuts. 26 copies printed. For the original 
edition, see * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 609. 

53. A Kew AifD Mebbie Pboonostication, beino a metbicai^ 

Satire supposititiously assigned to Will Summers the Jester, and 

three others, now first reprinted from the very rare edition of 1623. 

Thomas Bichards, 1860, small 8vo. 

100 copies printed, but of these 80 copies were selected, 70 were destroyed, as 
attested by MS. note in each copy. 

54. Conceits, Clinches, Flashes and Whimzies, kewly stttdied, 
with some Collections but those never published before in this 
kinde, 1630, an old jest-book believed to be unique and hitherto 
unknown. Beprinted, Lond. Thomas Bichards, 1860, 4to« 26 
copies printed, all on tinted paper. 

55. A Skeleton Hand List of the Eaely quabto Editions op 
the Flays of Shakespeare. Lond. 1860, 8vo. 80 copies printed. See 
* Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2339. 

56. A Bbief Hand -list of the Eably quabto Editions of thb 

Plays of Shakespeare, with Notices of the Old Impressions of the 

Poems. Thomas Bicbards, 1860, 8vo. 25 copies printed. 

This Is the text, separately printed, without spaces for insertions, of tha 
Skeleton Hand-list. 




halliwell's befbints. 259 

67. The Msbby Oonceited HnKoxms op Bottom the Weayeb, a 
ProU composed out of the Comic Scenes of the Midsommer 
Kight's Dream, 1646. The Conceited Humours of Simpleton the 
Smith, a theatrical Droll composed about A.D. 1647, in 1 toI. 
Chiswick Press, 1860, square 12mo. 30 copies printed. 

58. Facsimiles oe the Plats op These Old English Plats, 
viz., the Battle of Alcazar, Frederic and Basilea, and the Dead 
Man's Fortune, being the original directions for the actors, sus- 
pended near the prompter's station on the walls of the Fortune 
Playhouse, temp. Elizabeth. Ashbee and Dangerfield, 1860, large 
folio. 26 copies printed, 

59. The Doctoes op Dull-head CoLLEaE, SEi^a a Dboll pobmed 

out of the Lost Play of the Father's Own Son, a drama written 
before a.d. 1639. Chiswick Press, 1860, square 12mo. 30 copies 
printed. 

60. The Metbical Histoet op Tom Thfmb the Little, as is- 

sued only in the eighteenth century, in three parts. Chiswick 
Press, 1860, square 12mo. 80 copies printed. For the original 
edition see * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2681. 

61. Shakespereait Deolls, the Deoll op the Bofncing Knight, 
or the Robbers robbed, to which is added the Droll of the Grave 
Makers, acted at Bartholomew and other Fairs about 1647. Be- 
printed 1860, square 12mo. 30 copies printed. 

62. CoNPUSED Chaeactees op Conceited Coxcombs, ob a Dish op 
Trayterous Tyrants, dressed with Verjuice and Pickeled too Pos- 
terity ; together with their Camp Betinue and Fems Covert ; a 
very curious and rare book of characters, written by a member of 
the University of Cambridge. Thomas Bichards, 1860, 4to. 26 
copies printed, all on tinted paper. 

63. A Beiep Belation op Some op the Geievances op the In- 
habitants of the Isle of Anglesea, a curious account of the state of - 
that island in the seventeenth century, now first edited from the 
original MS. J. £. Adlard, 1860, 8vo. 2d copies printed^ all on 
thick paper, 

64. Gbeene'b Ghost Haxjntino Cont-oatchebs, &c. Bepbinted, 
Lond. 1860, 8vo. 26 copies printed^ aU on thick paper. For the 
original edition see * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 938. 

65. Welch Tbavelleb, ob the Unpoetunate Welohman. By 
Humphry Crouch, (in verse), 1671, reprinted. Chiswick Press, 
1860, square 12mo. 80 copies printed. For the original edition see 
•Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2809. 

66. Debate and Stetpe betwene Someb and Wtnteb with the 
estate present of Man (a poem). Beprinted, Lond. 1860, 4to. 30 
copies printed. For the original edition see * Bib. Man.,' p. 2546. 

67. Jenkin op Wales his Love Coubse and Pebambulatiok 
[A Droll performed at the Bed BuU Theatre, about the year 1647.] 
Lond. 1861. square 12mo. 30 copies printed. 

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68. Tb H^mplb Bbhonbtsavceb ov Biox op Mebbbith Mob&ak 
ShentUman of Wales, with fery braue neu Ballacks or Songs, 
(1650). Beprinted, 1861, square 12ino. For the original edition, 
««» * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2809. 

69. A Views op some Pabt op such Ptjblike Wants and Disob* 
ders as are in the Service of G-od, within her Majesties Goimtre of 
Wales ; together with an Humble Petition unto the High Court 
of Parliament for their speedy Bedresse. By John PenrL Anno 
1588. Beprinted 1861, 4to. 30 copies printed. 

70. An*Old Poem on the Mineral Wells at Islington, neab 
London, describing the Company who resorted to them. Edited 
by J. O. Halliwell. Lond. 1861, 16mo. 30 copies printed. 

71. The Sace-fttll op Newes ; an old Jest Book op the 16th 
Century, reprinted from a copy supposed to be unique. Lond. 

1861, square 12mo. 40 copies printed. 

72. Bbiep Hand-List op the Beoobds belonqino to the BoBOuaH 
of Stratford-on-Avon, showing the general character and I^otes of 
the few Shakesperian Documents in the same Collection. By J. 
Q. Halliwell. Lond^ 1862, square 12mo. 50 copies printed. 

/3. Hand List op ufwabds op a Thousand Volumes op Shaeb- 
speriana added to the three previous collections of a fiimilar kind 
formed by J. O. HalliwelL Lond. 1862, small 4to. 

74 A Descbiptiyb Calendab op the Ancient Manusobipts ani> 
Becords in the possession of the Corporation of Stratford-upon- 
Avon, including Notices of Shakespeare and liis Family, and of 
several persons connected with this Poet. By J. O. Halliwell. 

1862, folio. 75 copies printed. 

75. List op somb op the most Babe and Cubioub Old Book 
Barities in the Library of J. O. H., illustrative of early Knglisk 
Popular Literature. Lond. 1862, 4to. 

76. Hand-list op Collections bespecting the Lipb and Wobks ow 
Shakespeare, and the History and Antiquities of Stratford-on- 
Avon, formed by B. B. Wheler. Lond. 1863, 4to. 100 copies printed. 

77. Facsimiles op Cubious Documents illustbative op the Lips 

of Shakespeare. 1863, folio. 30 copies printed. 

78. Stbatpobd-upon-Avon in the Times op the Shaeespeabes, 
illustrated by Extracts from the ancient Council Books of the Cor- 
poration of that Town. 1864^ folio. 30 copies printed, 

79. LiTHooBAPHic Facsimiles op all the Sepabatb Editions of 
the Plays and Poems of Shakespeare issued before the folio edition 
of 1623, each edition of each play and poem, forming one volume 
averaging 80 pages, executed by E. W. Ashbee. 4to. 13 copies 
printed. In progress, 9 vols, only having been yet published. 
To be completed in about 50 volumes. 

80- Miscellaneous Illustbations op the Lipb op Shakbspbabb, 
the History of Stratford-on-Avoni and the Annals of the Early 



HJLLLIW£LL*S EEFBINTS, 261 

iEnglish Stage, chiefly from inedited MSS., in 4to., Svo., and 12mo« 
Commencing 1864. 10 copies printed. In progress, only 3 vols., 
each distinct in itself, baring been yet printed. 

81. An Historical Account op New Place ^teatpoed-xtpoit- 
Avon, the last Residence of Shakespeare. By James O. Halll- 
well. Lond. printed by Adlard, 1864, folio, pp. 246. Wood-cuts. 



PUBUCATIOirS OF JAMES TffATDMEWT, ESO. 

Mostly printed in limited numbers. 
Agent ; T, O. Stevenson, BookeeUer, Edinburgh. 

1. Pbymebosb (David), Scotland's Complaint mpoN the Death 
of our late Soveraigne King James, of most happie memorie. (In 
Terse, dedicated to John Earle of Marre.) Beprinted from the 
Edition of 1625 printed by John Wreittoun. 1817, 4to. 10 
copies printed. See Bibliographer's Manual, p. 1973. 

2. Eaid op Ruthven. — Ane Declaeatioun op the nrsT and 
necessar causis, moving vs of the Nobillitie of Scotland, and vthers 
ye Kings Majesteis faithfvl sybjectis, to repair to his Hienes pre- 
sence, and to remane with him, &c. &e. % Derectit from Striuiling, 
with speciall command and licence to be prentit. Anno 1582. — 
With Preface and Notes. 1822, small 8vo. 45 copies printedy and 
two on vellum. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2210. 

3. Two Ancient Ballads. — Robin Hood's Couetship with Jack 

Cade's Daughter ; and the Frieris' Tragedy. Aberdeen ; Published 

and sold by WiUiam Robertson. 1822, 8to. pp. 16. 12 copies 

printed. 

** The place of publication was parpoeely falsified ; and the Ballads were 
printed for the purpose of testing the knowledge of a literary friend, who 
asserted that he never could be imposed upon by a fictitious ballad. 

4. NuGJE Deeelict^ QUAS COLLIOEEUNT J. M. ET R. P. (A COL- 
lection of Eighteen Tracts, privately printed, at various times, 
by James Maidment, Advocate, and Robert Pitcaim, W. S.) 
1822, royal 8vo. Only six complete sets of these tracts are now 
supposed to exist. There is a set in the Grenville Library, British 
Museum, another in the library of Lord Houghton. 

Contents: — 1. Inventory of Arbuthnot Title-deeds from 1206 to 
1483. 2. Carta Comes de Buchan to Roberto de Warderobe. 3. 
Confirmatio Alexandri Regis. 4. Letters of Pardon by Edward 
IIL to Cecil Ridgeway, 1358. 5. Appendix. 6. Charter by 
Magistrates of Edinburgh to Robert de Preston, 1454. 7. Pro- 
curatory to Rosse of 'the Hawkhead, 1466. 8. Battayle of Flodden. 
9. Appendix. 10. Geir of the Abbacie of Lindoris, 1513. 11. 
Heraldic Verses, 1565. 12. Inventor of Gudes of Dame Eliza* 



262 ICAIDIOSKT'B PTTBLICATIOlirS. 

beth Fleming. 13. E^signation hj Lord Binning, 1614. 1^ 
Lord Dunkeld^B Prophecj. 15. Dying Words of Haxton of Bat- 
billet. 16. Excerpt from Inventory of Crown Donations. 17. 
Memoir of Bobert, fifth Baron Balfour of Burleigh. 18. Appendix. 

6. A NOBTH COUNTBEB GaBLAIO). (A COLLECTION OP ASCTEST 

Ballads, nerer before printed). 1824, 12mo. 30 copies printed. 

6. EXOSBFTA SOOTIOA. — (A COLLBCJTIOM" OF TWENTT-NIKB SHOBT 

Pieces, Illustrative of Scotish Affairs.) 1825, 8vo. 

7. Pittillooh's (Bobkbt), Tbacts, Leoal and HistobioaIi, 1659- 
1689. Beprinted from the Original Editions, with an Introduc- 
tory Notice. 1827, small 4to. 40 copies printed on smaU and 4 on 
LABGB FAPSB. Small 4to. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1875. 

8. Scotish Pabqttils ob Lampoons, now pibst fbinted pboh thb 
Original Manuscripts, with lUustrative Notices and Notes. 1827- 
1828, 3 vols. 12mo. 60 copies printed on small, and 15 on LABaB 
FAPEB. Small 4to. 

Principally directed against the opponents of the House of Stuart 

9. BAuQtriiB Scoticjb : Scotish Bemains, in Pbosb and Yebse, 
from Original MSS. and Scarce Tracts. 1828, 8to. 14 etipies 
printed^ and 2 on thick papeb. 

"In this Collection will be found two abusive letters from John PInkerton, 
to George Paton the antiquary, including Two Bonds of Manrent — various 
Poetical Scraps from Original MSS. — an Account of the Witches of Kiler« 
nan, &c. 

10. TeMPLABIA: PaPEBS BELATIYB to the HiBTOBT, FBIYILEaEa, 

and Possessions of the Scottish Knights Templars, and their suc- 
cessors the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem, &c. (Four 
Parts). 1828-1829, small 4to. 24 copies printed on smaUf and 2 

OnliABaS PAPEB. 

11. GASCOIChNB (QeOBGB), THE WtLL OP THE DeUILL, WITH HM 

Ten detestable Commaundementes, directed to his Obedient and 
Accursed Children, &c. Beprinted with a Prefatory Notice. 1828, 
18mo. 40 ccpies printed, and 2 on tellttm. See * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 867. 

12. A Banquet ov Dainties pob stbon^ Stomachs. (A Colusc- 
tion of Scotish Satirical Poems from Bobert Myln's MSS. and 
other sources prior to 1720) 1828, 18mo. 

A Joint publication of C. K. Sharpe and J. Maidment. 

13. Memoeials op the Family op Bow, viz. — The Bedshanhes 
Sermon : Preached at St. Giles' Church in Edinburgh, by a High- 
land Minister. — A Cupp of Bon- Accord, or Preaching, by Mr. 
James Bow, sometyme Minister at Strowan, preacht by him at 
Edenburgh, in Saint Oeiles' Church, with an Introductory Notice, 
Notes, &c. 1828, small 4to. 40 copies printed on small, anfi 12 on 
LABGB PAPEB. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2135. 

14. Datidson's (Bey. John), Poetical Bemains, 1573-1595, now 
for the first time collected, with a Biographical Account of the 
Author, and yarious Illustratiye Papers. 1829, small 8to. 40 
ecpies printed. 




maidment's pxjbltoatioks. 263 

16. EiTSOifr (Joseph), Lettebs to GEOBas Paton, to which is 
added, A Critique by John Pinkerton upon " !BitBon*8 Scottish 
Songs ;" with a Preface and Notes. 1829, small 8vo. 100 cqpiet 
printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2100. 

16. "N-UQM SCOTIOJE: (A COLLECTION OP TWBNTT-TWO SEP ABATE 

brochures). Miscellaneous Papers Illustratiye of Scottish Affairs, 
M.D.xxxY. — M.DGO.LXXXi. 1829, 8vo. 60 copies printed. 

17. Pbivatb Lettebs, now pibst pbinted pboic the Obighnal 
MSS., M.DC.xciv. — M.DCO.xxxii. 1829, small Svo. 50 copies 
printed on small, and 12 on thice papeb. 

18. Ll^TTEBS PBOM BiSHOP PEBCY, JOHN CaLLBNDEB OP CbAIO- 

forth, David Herd and others, to George Paton ; with an Appen- 
dix of Illustrative Matter, Biographical Notices, &o. 1830, small 
Bvo. 110 copies printed on small, and 10 on thick papeb. See 
'Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 1830. 

19. Abstbact op the Chabtebs and otheb papebs becobded in 
the Chartulary of Torphichen, from 1581 to 1596 ; with an In- 
taroductory Notice and Notes. 1830, small 4to. 35 copies printed. 

20, Notes op Chabtebs, &c., by the Bioht Hon. Thomas Eabl 

of Melros, afterwards Earl of Haddington, to the Vassals of the 
Barony of Drem, from 1615 to 1627 ; with aa Introductory No- 
tice. 1830, small 4to. 35 copies printed 

8L Tbial op David Roy, Cook to Colin Evict op Balhousie, 
for a Bape committed on the Body of Elspett Eviot, 1st Febru- 
ary, 1601. 1831, 4to. 30 copies printed, 

22, HiSTOBicAL Fbaohents, belativb to Sootish Appaibs, pboic 
1635 to 1664 1832-1833, small Svo. 60 copies printed. 

Contents: — Memoirs of the Civil War, and during theTJsurpa- 
tion, by James Bums, Merchant cmd BaiUie of the Citie of Glas- 
gow, 1644-1661. — The Glorious and Miraculous Battle at York, 
1644. — The Diary of Mr. Robert Douglas when with the Scotish 
Army in England, 1644. — Some Remarkable Passages of the 
Lord's Providence towards me, John Spreul, Town-Clerk of Glas- 
gow, in the bygane course of my Pilgrimage, 1635-1664. — Collec- 
tions by a private hand at Edinburgh, 1650-1661. — Sir John Coch- 
rane's Relations of the Particulars that have oocurred in his 
Negociations since his coming to Hamburgh, 1649. — ^A Note of 
the Letters taken out of the Trunk that came to Dumbeath ; with 
Copies of Two Letters from Colonel Gordon and the Earl of Kin- 
noul, to the Marquis of Montrose, 1649. — A Memorandum to be 
communicat to Mr. Robert Johnson. — A Dismal Account of the 
Burning of our Solemn League and National Covenant (with God) 
and one another, at Linlithgow, May 20, 1662. — An Account of 
any Accessions the Earl of Balcarres had to the late Engagement ; 
with a Justification of the Letter written by his Lordship to the 
Committee df Estates, 1649. — Declaration of the Inhabitants of the 
Hill Countreys of this Kingdom of Scotland. 1653. — Letter from 



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264 MATDMENT's PrBLICATIOKS. 

the Earl of Balcarres to hie Majesty King Charles TL — ^Proposal* 
submitted to his Majesty King Charles II. by the Earl of Bal- 
carres. — Instructions from his Majesty King Oiiarles II. to the 
Earl of Balcarres. Memorial and Letter relative to Mr. Alex- 
ander Henderson, addressed to Dr. James Eraser, by the Hev. 
Robert Wodrow, 1723, &c. &o. ; with Biographical Notices, Notes, 
&c. 
23. Cataloghtes op Scotish Wmtebs. 1833, small 8vo. 80 cqpiet^ 
printed on small, and 20 on labge fjlPEB. 

Contents : — A Short Account of Scots Pivines. — Divines in the 
Seventeenth Century. — A Catalogue of Scotish Writers. — Account 
of the Learned Men and Writers in Aberdeen, by the Rev. Lau- 
rence Charters, Minister of tester and Dirletoun, and Professor 
of Theology in the CoUege of Edinburgh, with Literary Corres- 
pondence, 1698-1723 ; including Letters from Captain John Sleiser, 
Bishop Sage, Sir James Dalrymple, James Fall, Alexander Penni- 
cuick, James Welwood, James Anderson, George Crawfurd, Lord 
Q-range, &c. With Biographical Notices, Notes, &c. 

24 Love-Lettees which passed between Mb. West Digges, Co- 
median, and Mrs. Sarah Ward, 1752-1759 ; with Biographical 
Notices, Notes, &c. 1833, small 8vo. 60 copies printed on smaU^ 
and 10 on labge fapeb. 

25. The Hubbleshue. By Miss Cabstaibs. 1834, 18mo. 

Thirty copies reprinted from the original edition in the poBsession of C. K« 
Bharpe, Esq., with Prefatory Notice, containing specimens of the Lady's 
poetry. 

26» Analecta Scotica : Collections illttstbatiye op the Civil, 
[Ecclesiastical, and Literary History of Scotland, chiefly from 
Original Manuscripts. 1834-1838, 8vo. 2 vols. 106 copies printed 
on smaliy and 6 on thick papeb. 

27. Mabt Queen op Scots.- — Lettbes db Qttelques Hauts Pee- 
sonages, addressees a La Beine D'Ecosse, Marie de Guise, tir^s 
des Manuscrits Originaux et Autographes, recueillis Par Milord 
Balcarras. 1834, 8vo. 

13 copies printed from the Original Letters in the Library of the Faculty of 

r Advocates. 

28. The Aboyle Fapebs. 1834, small 4to. 50 copies printed on 
smaU^ 6 on labge papeb, and 1 on Vellum. 

Contents : — Anecdotes of the Marquis of Argyle, and some of 
his Descendants, by the Rev. Robert Wodrow. — Letter to the Mar- 
quis of Argyle, 1640, and Papers relative to his Son, Archibald, 
9th Earl of Argyle. — Papers relative to the Abduction of Miss 
Wharton, by the Hon. James Campbell of Bumbank, and the 
Execution of Sir John Johnstone, Bart., for his concern therein. 
Letters to and from, and Papers connected with Archibald first 
Duke of Argyle, 1693-1703. The Correspondence of Elizabeth 
Duchess of Argyle, chiefly relative to the Death of her Husband, 
and the Proceedings adopted against Mrs. Alison, &c. — Miscellan- 
eous Papers relative to John Duke of Argyle, 1704-1717, Ac., inr 




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eluding the Burnbank Papers, 1710-1723. — Letters which passed 
between the Hon. CoL Campbell of Bumbank, Son of Archibald 
9th Earl of Argyle, and his Wife, the Hon. Margaret LesUe, 
Daughter of David first Lord Newark, and Anne Countess of 
Moray, to Mrs. Campbell of Bumbank, &c. ; with curious Bio- 
graphical Notices, Notes. (The original Bumbank Letters were 
purchased by the Editor at the sale of the Library of Principal 
Lee.) 

29. The Genealoot op the (Edmonbtone'b) Laibds op Ednem 
and Duntreth, from the year of God 1063, to the year 1699, and 
more particularly of Duntreth, and the Families that married with 
Duntreth, during tljie same time, from the edition of 1699. 1834, 
18mo. 25 copies printed on smalli 5 on labge fafeb, and 1 on 

TELLtTH. 
30. BAIiLADS AND OTHEB FUGHTIVB POETIOAIi PlEOES, CHIEPLY 

Scotish ; from the Collections of Sir James Balfour, Knt. ; with 
an Introductory Notice. 1834, small 4to. 40 copiet printed on 
amaUy 6 on labge papeb, and 2 on telluh. 

31. Galations, An Ancient Mystery. Taken down pboh the 
Becitations of the Guisards at Stirling. 1835, 12mo. pp. 4. 25 
copies printed. 

32. Hay'b (Fatheb Eichabd Auoustin, Pbiob op St. Piebemont,) 

Genealogie of the Hayes of Tweeddale, including Memoirs of his 
own Times ; with Illustrative Papers, Notes, &c. 1835, small 
4to. 108 copies printed on smaU, and 12 on labge papeb. 

83. Genealogie op the SAiNTCiiAiBES op Eosslyn, in- 

duding the Chartulary of Bosslyn,'- with Illustrative Papers, with 
Seven Views of Bosslyn Castle and Chapel. 1835, small 4to. 
108 copies printed on smalls and 12 on labge papeb. 

84. Lettbbs ¥bom Lobd Pollock to the Bev. Eobebt Wodeow, 
1703-1710. (Two Letters from Wodrow to his Lordship are 
added). 1835, 12mo. pp. 21. 30 copies printed on thick papeb. 

35. Poetical Descbiptions op Ohkney, 1652 ; pbom the Obiginai 
MS. in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates. 1835, sm. 4to. 
35 copies printed. 

36. Memoib op Abohibald Maolaben, Dbamatibt, with a list oj 
his Works. 1835, 12mo. 25 copies printed. 

87. The Cobbespondence of Sib John Gobdon, Babonet, on" 
occasion of the Bebellion. Autumn, 1745, containing some particu- 
lars of those times. 1835, 12mo. pp. 36. 30 copies printed, a few 

on THICK PAPEB. ♦ 

88. Stanyhttbst (Bichabd). The Fibst Foub Books of thb 
iEneid of Virgil, in English Heroic Verse. With other Transla- 
tions and Poems. Beprinted from the Edition of 1583, with a 
Prefatory Notice. 1836, 4to. 50 copies printed. See * Biblio- 
grapher's Manual,' p. 2788. 



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89. This Wrobv'b Bhetobick, calcttlatep to thx Mebcdiak ov 
London, and conformed to the Kules of Art, in two Dialogues. With 
a curious Introductory Notice, Notes, &c. 1836, small 4to with 
twelve portraits of celebrated London courtezans. 50 copies re- 
printed from the edition of 1683, 1 on LAsas pafeb. See 'Bib- 
liographer's Manual,' p. 2913. 

40. TlTBBEBTILLB'S (GsOBGE) TbAGICAL TaLES, AND OTHEB POEKS, 

iff.o.LXXxyii., with Prefatory Bemarks. 1837, 4to. 50 copies 
printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2720. 

41. Bemainb of Sib Bobebt Sibbald, containing his Autobio- 
eraphj, Memoirs of the Boyal College of Physicians, Portions of 
his Literary Correspondence, and an Account of his MSS. 1837, 
8to. 85 copies printed and 1 on Vellum. 

42. Balfoub's (Sib James, of Dbnmylne, Lobd Lyon Kino-at- 
arms) Ancient, Heraldic, and Antiquarian Tracts, with an Intro- 
ductory Notice, and Notes. 1837, 12mo. 50 copies printed on 
smattf and 20 on labgb pafeb. 

Contents : — The Coronations of Alexander III., Bobert II., and 
James VI. — Treatises on Nobility. — Ceremonial at Boyal Chris- 
tenings, Bydings of the Parliament — Begister of Interments and 
Funerals of Kings, Queens, and Dukes, together with the prin- 
cipal Scottish Nobility. — Countess of Lennox's Memorial, Ac. — 
Proceedings before the Privy Council on the Dispute between the 
Duke of Hamilton and Lord Douglas, relative to the right of 
bearing the Scottish Crown at Boyal Processions, as revised by 
John Biddell, Esq., one of the counsel, &o. 

43. Boxbubohe Bevels, and otheb belatiyb papsbs, iNCLUDnra 
Answers to the Attack on the Memory of the late Joseph Hasle- 
wood, with Specimens of his Literary Productions. 1837, 4to. 
50 copies printed. 

4A. CouBT OF Session Gabland. 1839, 8vo. Containing Aneot 
dotes of the Early Administration of Justice in Scotland ; the 
Justiciary Opera, by James Boswell; the celebrated ** Diamond 
Beetle Case ;" the Faculty and Court of Session Oarlands, and 
various ^'euo? d' esprit, 150 copies printed. 

45. Epigbams and Satybes, made by Biohabd Middieton, of 
Yorke, Gentleman. From the Edition of 1608. With a Pre- 
face. 1840, square 12mo. 40 copies printed, &e * Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 1545. 

46. Cook Lobel's Bote, pbom a Tbanscbipt of the Oeiginal, by 
the Bev. Joseph Stevenson, with Preface. 1840, square 12mo. 40 
copies printed. See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 486. 

47. Pbebage Cases, 1760-97. — Befobts of Claims pbefebbed to 
the House of Lords in the Cases of the Cassilis, Sutherland, 
Spynie, and Glencaim Peerages, with the opinions of Lords March- 
mont, Mansfield, Hardwicke, Camdsn, and Loughborough thereon, 
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Peerage, 1633, and the Decision in the question of Precedency 
between the Earl of Sutherland, and the Earl of Crawford, &c., 
&c. 1840, 8vo. 60 copies printed. 

48. ScoTisH ExsaiAO Yebbes on thb Pbinoipal Nobility and 
Gentry, from 1629 to 1729, with interesting Biographical Notices, 
Notes, and an Appendix of Illustrative Papers, 1842, small 8vo. 
90 copies printed on small, 24 on labge fapeb, and 1 on TELLUM. 

49. EXTBAOTQ 7B0M THE DiABT OP A SeNATOB OP THE COLLEGE OF 

Justice, (James Erskine, of Grange,) from 1717 to 1718. now for 
the first time printed, with a Memoir and Notes. 1843, small 
8yo. 70 copies printed on smally 24 on labgb fapeb, and 1 on 

VELLUM. 

60. A New Boos op Old Ballads; with Illustbativb Notes. 
1844, 12mo. 60 copies printed, and 1 on yellum. 

51. Genealogical Fbagments/ Bebwice-on-Tweed, 1856, 12mo. 
50 copies printedy with 12 on labge papeb. 

52. Ancient Eabldom op Cabbic: Some Account op the, in a 

Letter to George Chalmers, by Dr. Carrick, now first printed, with 

Notices of the Earldom after it came into the Families of De 

Bruce and Stewart. Edinb. Sterenson, 1857, small Svo. 60 

copies printed. 

"An interesting work, which will be found of considerable service to those 
engaged in the study of Scottish Peerage Casns." Some important obser- 
vations will be found in it on the curious point of the illegitimacy of the 
sons of the titular King of Ireland. 

63. Scotish Ballads and Songs, with Illubtbatiyb Notes, &c. 
Edinb. Stevenson, 1859, 12mo. 

"This Collection consists of curious Scotish Ballads and Songs which, with 
few exceptions, do not occur in any other Collection. The Illustrative and 
Introductory Notices prefixed to the Ballads heveraliy, afford much valu- 
able information, and give indubitable evidence that the Editor was fully 
competent to fulfil the dnty which he undertook." 

64. Poetical Behains of William Lithoow. 1618-1660. Now 
first collected, with a prefatory notice of 54 pages. Edinb. small 
4to. 

Besides the ahovCy Mr, Maidment has edited various volumes for the 
Abbotsford, Bannatyne, and Maitkmd Clubs, and for the Spottiswoode 
Society. 



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EEPRINTS OP OLD ATTTHOES, EDITED BY 

W. B. D. D. TTJBJrBULL, ESO. 

1. The BiiAMis or Kibk-Bubiaxl, tebdino to febsuadb Cehi- 
terial Civility. B7 William Birnie. Edinb. 1606, reprinted 1833, 
4to. See * Bibliographer's Manual/ p. 208. 

2. Thb Anatomie of Abtjses. By Philip Stubbes. Fbok the 

third edition, 1585. Edinb. 1836, 8vo. 100 copies printed. See 

* Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 2539. 

3. Romance oe Bevis oe Hamptofn (ob Southampton.) Edinb. 
1837 4to. 10 copies were also printed on Abbotsford Club paper. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 167. 

4 HoBffi SuccESSiviE. By Joseph Henbhawe, D.D., Bishop ob 
Peterborough. From the fifth edition, 1640. Edinb. 1839, 12mo. 
See * Bibliographer's Manual,' p. 1046. 

5 Legends Catholic-ss, a lytle Boke op sbyntlib Gbbtes. 
Edinb. 1840, small 4to. 60 copies printed. 

6 Visions op Tundale, togetheb with Metbicaii Mobaliza- 
tions and other Fragments of early Poetry hitherto inedited. 
Edinb. 1843, 8vo. 105 copies printed. See 'Bibliographer's 
Manual,' p. 2718. 

7 Domestic Details op Sib David Hume op CBossBia, 1697- 
1707, with Appendix and Notes. Edinb. 1843, 8vo. 10 copies 
also on LAB&E PAPEB, 1 on VELLUM. See 'Bibliographer's Manual,' 
p. 1139. 

8 Selection op Lettees op Maby Queen op Scots, tbanslated 
from the Collection of Prince Labanoff. Edinb. 1845, 8vo. See 

* Bibliographer's Manual,* p. 1503. 

9 Sib Thomas Mobe's Dialogue op Compobt a&ainst Teibu- 
* lation. Edinb. 1847, 8vo. See * BibUographer's Manual,* p. 1608 

10 Account op the Chapteb ebected by William titulab 
' Bishop of Chalcedon and Ordinary of England and Scotland. By 
John Sergent, Canon and Secretary of the Chapter. With Pre- 
face and Notes. Edinb. 1853, 8vo. 
For other works edited by Mr. TurnbiM see Abbotsford Club. pp. 36-30, 
and J. R. Smith's * Library of Old Authors.' 



2t>9 



EEFOEMISTAS ANTIGTTOS ESPANOLES, 

or the works of spanish reformers. reprinted and edited 
by benjamin b. wiffin, woburn, bedfordshire, 

1. Gabbasoon, Segtjitda yez impeeso. [Tom as Caebasco, 6 
Ferdinando de Tejeda,) 1633. Para bien de Espana. [Madrid] 
1848, 12ino. pp. Ixxii, 381. 

2. Epistola consolatoeia poe Juan Peeez, 1560, one op the 
Spanish Reformers in the sixteenth century. How reprinted with 
a Notice of the Author in Enghsh and in Spanish. Lond. 1848, 
12mo. pp. xxxii, 224. 

3. Imajen del Anteceisto I Carta a Don Pelipb II., 1558. 
Madrid, 1849, 12mo. pp. xxxvii, 16, and 172, besides 4 leaves of 
Errata. 

4. Doe DiALOGos esoeitos pob Jttan de YALcfes, (1528 ?). [1850, 
8vo. pp. XX, 484. 

5. Artes de la Inqtjisizion Espanola. Pob el espanol Rai- 
mundo Gonzalez de Moiites, 1567. 1851, 8to. pp. xviii, 330, and 
Appendix, &c. 106. 

6. Los DOS Tbatados del Papa, i de la Misa, esceitos pob 
Oipriano D. Valera, 1588, 1599. 1851, 8vo. title, 15 leaves, pp. 
610, and 36 leaves not paged. 

7. Bbeve Tbatado de Docteina, ittil paba Todo Ceistiano. 

[Dispuesto, al parezer, por el Dr. Juan Perez. Ano de 1560.] 
1852, 8vo. pp. XX, 354. Notes, Appendix, &c., 15 leaves. 

8. Tbatado paba Conpibmab en la Fe Cristiana a los CArH- 
V08 de Berberia. Compuesto por Zipriano D. Valera, 1594. pp. 
Ixvi, 137. — ^Aviso a los de la Iglesia Romana sobre Jubileos; com- 
puesto por elmismo, 1600. pp. 64. — El Espanol Reformado, pub- 
licado el ano 1621. pp. 47 and 17, Appendix 23 and 5. 1854, 8vo. 

9. ZiENTO I DlEZ CONSIDEBAZIONES DE JUAN DE VALDfeS, 1550, 

8vo. (facsimile titles of the English, French, and Spanish editions), 
pp. 544, 55, and 3 extra leaves. 1855. 

10, 11. La Epistola de san pablo a los Romanos, i la i. a los 
Gorintios. Ambas Traduzidas, I Comentadas por Juan de Yaldes, 
1556, 1557. 1856, 8vo. pp. xxxiv, 305, xxii, 320, 60. 

12. Dos Infobmaziones ; una dibijida al Empebadob CablosY., 
i otra, a los Estados del Imperio ; obra, al parezer, de Franzisco 
de Enzinas. Prezede una SuppUcazion a D. Felipe II. obra, al pa- 
rezer, del Dr. Juan Perez, 1559. 1857, 8vo. pp. 326, with separate 
portions, 57, 29, 76, 153. 

13. InQXIIBITIONIS HiSPANIOAB AeTES ALIQtTOT JAM OLIM DETECTS 

& R^ginaldo Gonsalvio Montano-hispauo. Heidelbergae, 1567, 
1857, 8vo. 18 leaves, not paged, pp. 302, 60. 




270 BEFOBMISTAS AVTIOIIOS SSFAJTOLXS. 

14. IiTBTirnzioK Bsltjiosa, Escbita fob Jvait CALrnro, el iiro 
1536 ; y Traduzida al Caatellano por Zipriano de Yalera, 1597. 
Madrid, 1858, large Svo., title, &c,, 15 leayes, pp. 1032, and 37 
leaves of Table not paged. 

15. Alpabeto Chbistiano, by Juan de VALDfes. A faithful Beprint 
of the Italian of 1546 ; with two Modem Translations in Spanish 
and English, by B. B. Wiffin. Lond. 1861, Sro. pp. Izzxiii, 
246 and 192. 

15*. DiALOaO DB £A LeNOUA (tENIDO AZIA SL AKO 1533), FOB 

Ap^ndize va una Carta de A. Yald^s, 1546. Madrid, 1860, 12mo. 
pp. Hii, 208. 

16. ZlENTO I DlEZ Ck)NS£DEBAZIOKES LeIDAS I BZPLICADAS 1550, 

Hazia el Ano de 1538 i 1539. Por Juan de Taid^s. Conforme a un 
MS. Castellano, escrito el A. 1558. Madrid, 1862, 8yo. pp. 544, 
20, and 2 leaves of facsimile. 

17. ZlENTO X DlEZ CONSIDEBAZIOinSS DE JUAN DE YaLDBS, 1550. 

(Beimprcssion mejorada del No. 9.) 1863, Svo. 

18. Bbeye Suhabio de Indtjljenzias, pob El Db. Jvajs Fbbez (?) 
en Ap^ndize : Una Carta de Antonio del Corro, 1560 (?). Madrid, 
1862, 18mo. pp. 76, and 42 leaves not paged. 

19. SuMA DE DocTBiKA Cbistiana, 1551. Sebm<5n db Nubstbo 
Bedent6r en el Monte. Catezismo Cristiano. Confesidn del Pe-> 
cador. Cuatro Libros compuestos por el Doctdr Constantino 
Fonze de la Fuente. De La Perfeczion de la vida. Del Qobiemo 
de la Casa. Dos Epistolas de S. Bernardo romanzadas por el 
Maestro Martin Navarro. Madrid, 1863, small 8vo., title, and 
10 leaves, pp. 460, and Errata 2 leaves. 

20. liB Cento b Dieoi Diviije CoNsiDBBAZioBri di Giotaiwi Val- 

desso. Halle in Sassonia, 1860, 8vo. 

SmaU SparUsh Tracts, also republished by B. B, Wiffin. 

1. Cabta a LOS Bbyes D. Fernando t Df^ Isabel db stt Ek- 
bajad6r en Boma en 1498, inedita. San Sebastian, 1842, Svo. 12 
leaves. 

2. Pbotectto db la Constituoion db la junta db lab Comnn- 
dades de Castilla. Valladolid, 1842, Svo. pp. vi, 13. 

3. SiOLO XV. — Ano de 1430. Notizli db Biblia db aqttel 

tiempo en C6dice MS. en vitela, que hoy existe como propriedid 
vinculada ; en la casa del Duque de Alba. n. d. 12mo. pp. 30. 

4. Lo QuB Pasa bn vts Tobno db Monjas. Comedia Famosa. 
n. d. Svo. pp. 37. 

5. LiBELO DB BefUDIO DADO A LOS ObISPOS DB ESPANA. AnO DB 

1854, Svo. pp. V. 18. 

6. One leap op Dedication pbom a veet babe copy op Ct- 
priano de Yalena's Spanish Bible. Amsterdam, 1602, folio. 

7. Thbee Leaves por Casiodobo db Bbieta Spabisb Bibui 
rarely found in it. 1569, 4to. 




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NEWCASTLE! SEPBnTTS OF RASE TRACTS. 

Chiefly illustrative of the History of the Northern Counties : Printed 
at the Press of M, A, Richardson, Newcastle^ 1843, smaU 890. 
7 Vols. 

Volume L — ^Historical. 

1. A Letre from an Alderman of Newcastle, Bhewing in part 
the grieyances there : Sept. 8th, 1640. Now first printed from the 
Harleian Manuscripts. 1844. 

2. Onr Demands of the English Lords manifested, being at 
Sippon, Oct. 8th, 1640 : with Answers to the comjAaints and grie- 
yances said to be committed by our Army. 1846. 

8. Doleful Newes from Edinborough in Scotland ; also sad 
Newes from New- Castle ; with lamentable and mournful Newes 
from Ireland, 1641. 1846. 

4. The coppy of a Letter sent from John, Lord Finch, Tate Lord- 
keeper, to his friend Dr. Cozens ; unto which is annexed a good 
Admonition to Protestants, 1641. 1846. 

5. A great discoverj of the Queen's preparation in Holland to 
assist the King in England, 1642. 1843. 

6. A Declaration of the Parliament, that no Vessels shall from 
henceforward make any Voyage to New-Castle for the fetching of 
Coales, or any other commodity, until that Towne shall be re- 
duced into such hands as shall declare themselves for King and 
Parliament, 1642. 1843. 

7. The Humble Petition of John Salvin, in the County of Dur- 
ham, Gtent. to the Commons House of Parliament, (1642). 1844. 

8. An Ordinance of seyerall Propositions of the Parliament, for 
the speedy raising of Forces, by sea and land, to reduce the Town 
of Newcastle, 1643. 1843. 

9. A true Relation of the late Proceedings of the Scottish Army, 
sent from the Lord Generall Lesley's quarters before Newcastle, 
the 8th Febr. 1643 (1644). Together with a Letter from the Com- 
mittee of both Kingdomes to the Town of Newcastle, and their 
Answer. 1846. 

10. The Copies of Letters from Colonel Francis Anderson, and 
from the Marquess of Argyle and Sir William Armyne, to Sir 
Thomas Glemham, Jan. 20th, 1643 (1644), touching the Invasion 
of Scotland ; with the copy of Sir Thomas Glemham's Answer. 
1846, 

11. Christ ruling in the midst of his enemies ; or some first- 
fruits of the Church's deliverance budding forth out of the crosse 
and sufl'erings, and some remarkable deUverances of a twentie 
yeeres* sufferer and now a souldier of Jesus Christ. By Lieut, 
Collonel John Fenwicke, 1643 1846. 

12. A Declaration made by the Earle of New-Castle, Govemour 
of the Towne and County of New-Castle, and Generall of all His 



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272 NEWCASTLE bepehtts of eaee tbacts. 

Majestie's Forces raised in the Northern parts of this kingdoxne 
for the defence of the Hame^ for his resolution of nukrching into 
Yorkshire, 1643. 184.3. 

Voiume IL — ^Histoeical. 

1. An exact relation of the last Newes from the quarters of Hi« 
Excellency the Lord Generall of the Scottish Army, dated from 
Sunderland, March 12th, 1643 (1644). 1847. 

2. A Letter from Newcastle, containing a Relation of the Taking 
of the Town of Newcastle bv storm, dated the 19th of October, 
1644. 1845. 

3. A trijp Kelation of the Scots Taking of Cocket Island. By 
Colonel Curfet, Commander in the Scots Armie, Feb. 12th, 1644 
(1645). 1845. 

4. A faithfuU Relation of the late occurrences and proceedings 
of the Scottish Army, dated from the Lord Grenerall Lesley's 
quarters before Newcastle, 21st February, 1644 (1645). Togetheip 
with a List of the noblemen, commanders, and other officers of the 
Army. 1845. 

5. The late Proceedings of the Scottish Army, certifying their 
passing over Tyne, with the particulars ; together with their pos- 
session of Sunderland, and their advance after the enemy who is 
fled to Durham, March 12th, 1644 (1645). 1845. 

6. The Scots Army advanced into England, certified in a 
Letter dated from the Lord Generall Lesley's quarters ; vrith the 
summoning of the County of Northumberland, expressed in a 
Letter to Sir Thomas Glemham, Governor of Newcastle j and his 
Answer thereunto, Jan. 24th, 1644 (1645). 1845. 

7. A Letter from Wetherby, dated April 20th, 1644, containing 
a Relation of the taking of the Fort at South-Shields. 1846. 

8. Two Ordinances of the Parliament for the Maintenance of 
some Preaching Ministers in the Cities of York, Durham, and Car- 
lisle ; and in the Town of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Town of Bar- 
wick-upon-Tweed, and in other towns and places j — out of the 
respective Possessions of the Deanes and Chapters of Yorke, Dur- 
ham, and CarHsle. Dec. 26th, 1645. 1845. 

9. A Paper of Advices to the King, which were lately to be pre- 
sented to him at Newcastle by the malignant faction j wherein the 
King is advised what to stand upon in the Propositions of Peace 
to be sent to His Majesty, 1646. 1843. 

10. A Declaration from Scotland concerning the advance of the 
Scots Army, who are come into England ; and a list of the seve- 
rall summes of money gathered for their advance ; with the De- 
claration of the Parliament upon their marching into this king- 
dome, July, 1648. 1845. 

11. England at her easement, evacuating those clods at West- 
minster who depressed her stomach more than the night-mare^ and 
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12. A Letter from Major John Sanderson, of " Carlisle besieged 
by Major-G-enerall Lambert ; with the particulars of the great 
fight in the North, and a list of the prisoners taken on the borders 
of Lincobishire." June, 1648. 1843. 

13. Two Petitions presented to the Lord Fairfax ; the one by 
the Officers and soldiers of the garrisons of Newcastle, Tinemouth, 
Hartlepool, and Holy Isle ; the other by the Officers and soldiers 
commanded by Colonel Hewson. November, 1648. 1843. 

14. The Declaration of Sir Marmaduke Langdale, Knight, 
Colonel- Q-enerall, and of the Gentlemen and other loyall subjects 
now in action for His Majestie's service in the Northern parts, 
1648. 1844. 

Volume III. — ^HiSTOEicii. 

1. Extracts from the Municipal Accounts of Newcastle-ifpon- 
Tyne, made by Alderman Hugh Hornby, and extending from the 
year 1561 to 1686 ; copiously illustrated with notes. 1849. 

2. The Conservatorship of the Biver of Tyne ; the Plea and De- 
fence of the Magistrates of Newcastle against the Allegations of 
Italph Gardiner, as exhibited by him before Parliament in 1653. 
From the Hornby Manuscripts. 1848. 

3. A' Narrative conceminge the Salt- workers of South and 
North Shields, Sunderland, Blyth, Hartley, Gerra, Walls-end, and 
other places within the Counties of Durham and Northumberland. 
Printed from a manuscript in the Lansdowne collection. 1847. 

4. The Origin of the Newcastle Burr. The Second edition, 
with alterations and additions, A Satirical Poem by Kichard 
Dawes, 1767. 1844. 

5. Most fearfull and strange Newes from the Bishoprick of 
Durham ; being a true Relation of one Margret Hooper, of Eden- 
byres neere the Kiver Darwent in the said Bishoppricke, 1641. 
1843. 

Volume IV. — ^HistoeicaIi. 

1 & 2. Informacions geven by Sir Robert Bowes, Knight, unto 
the Right Hon. Henrie, Marquess Dorset, Lord- Warden Generall 
of all the Three Marches of England foranenst Scotland ; as well 
conceminge the present stait of the same Marches, the Towne of 
Barwick, and the county of Northumberland ; as concemings the 
cyvile order within themselves, and the Lawes and Customs of the 
Marches. Printed from a MS. survey made in the reign of Henry 
VIII., in the Library of Sir Cuthbert Sharp, collated with a copy 
in the British Museum. 1847. 

3. A Booke of the Losses in the Middle Marches of England by 
the Scotts thefes. Presented at Alnwick the xyjth of Aprill, 
Mdlxxxvj, Printed from a manuscript in the Lansdowne collection. 
1847. 

4. A Letter from a Royahst of Newcastle concerning the pro- 
ceedings of the Scots Army ; May 16th, 1639. Printed from a 
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5. A trae Belation of the Taking of Newcastle hj storm, on the 
19th of October, 1644. Together with a true Belation of the state 
of Tinmouth Castle. 1848. 

6. The Case of Sir Henry Brabant, Knight, Mayor of Kew- 
oastle-upon-Tyne, presented to King James IL October, 1685. 
Printed from a transcript in the British Museum. 1848. 

7. Depositions relating to the Destmction of the Equestrian 
Statue of King Janpes II. erected on the Sandhill, at Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, November, 1688. Printed from the original in the 
State Paper Office. 1847. 

Volume V, — Biogbapeioal : Volume I. 

1. A litle Treaties of the Discent of the Lords Percies : Made 
and compiled briefely by mee William Peeris, clerke and priest. 
A Poem in ballad-royal measure, printed from the Dodswortn MS. 
in the Bodleian Library. 1845. 

2. A Biography of William and Elizabeth Elstob, the learned 
Saxonists : compiled from numerous original sources. 1847. 

3. Accounts of the Funeral Expenses of certain members of the 
Family of Blackett, of Newcastle and Wallington: from the 
originals in the possession of Sir W. C. Treyelyan, Bart. 1846. 

4. The Diary of Mark Browell, of Newcastle, G«nt. for the 
year 1688. 1847. 

5. A Biographical notice of Robert Surtees, of Mainsforth, in 
the County of Durham, Esq., F.S.A the Historian of the County. 
By W. E. Surtees, D.C.L. 1844. 

6. Scholae Novocastrengu Alumni : brief notices of eminent Men 
educated at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne ; collected by Edward Hussey Adamson, M.A. 1846. 

Volume VI. — ^BioasAPHiOAL : Volume II. 

1. An account of the Genealogy and other Memoirs concerning 
the Family of Lorraine, of Kirkharle-Tower in the County of 
Northumberland : with remarks upon some others {obiter) Anno 
Dom. 1738. Newcastle, 1740. 1848. 

2. Passages from the Letter-book of William Scott, the Father 
of Lords Stowell and Eldon, natives of Newcastle ; printed from 
the original, with copious illustrative notes. 1848. 

3. The Oppressed Man's Out-cry ; or an Epistle writ by John 
Headworth of Harraton, in the County of Durham, Esq., unto 
the Hon. Sir Henry Vane, the Elder, and other members of the 
Committee of Militia in the County of Durham, by authority of 
Parliament, 1651. 1847. 

4. Certain Monitions and Injunctions given by Bichard Barnes, 
Bishop of Durham, to the Clergy and Churchwardens within the 
Diocese : at a synod holden October Ist, 1577 j now first printed 
from the Bandall Manuscripts. 1847. 

6. The wayfarings of Ralph Thoresby, in the North of England, 
being such portions of tlie Diary and Correspondence of the ffis- 
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6. The humble Petition and Appenl of Thomas Giffe, a poor 
Shipwright, inhabiting at North Shields in the County of Northum- 
berland. 1845. 

7. An Answere to the Proclamation of the Bebels of the North; 
a Ballad. 1569. Imprinted at London. 1843. 

Vohime VIL — ^MiscELLAimoTrs. 

1. Oertaine yerie rare observations of Cumberland, Northum- 
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monuments, yery orderlie and laboriouslie gathered together, by 
Sampson Erdswioke, 1574. From the original preseryed with the 
Hai'leian Manuscripts. 1848. 

2. A Belation of a short survey of the Cities, castles, and chiefe 
soytuations in the Northeme Counties of England ; by a Captain, 
a Lieutenant, and an Ancient ; all three of the Military Company 
of Norwich ; begun at the Ci^ of Norwich, on Monday, August 
nth, 1634. From the original, preserved with the Lansdowne 
Manuscripts. 1847. 

3. Notes of a Journey through Durham and Northumberland, 
in the year 1635, by Sir William Brereton, of Handford, in the 
Goimty of Chester, Bart. 1844 

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year 1677, by Thomas !Kirk, of Cookridge, in the County of York, 
Esq. From the original preserved with the Thoresby Manuscripts. 
1845. 

5. Travels through the Counties of Northumberland and Dur- 
ham ^ extracted from " A Tour through the whole Island of Ghreat 
Britain," attributed to Daniel de Foe, and published in 1727. 1845. 

6. The compleat Collier ; or the whole art of Sinking, getting, 
and working Coal Mines, etc., as is now used in the Northern 
parts, especially about Sunderland and Newcastle. Lond. 1708. 
1845 

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dermen and Coal owners in the Towne of Newcastle, to the Infor- 
mation exhibited to the Lords of Her Msjestie's Privy Council, by 
the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of London, concerning the exces- 
sive prices of Coals inhanced at Newcastle aforesaid, and other 
abuses in the said Colliery practised. From the Harleian Manu- 
scripts. 1846. 

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London and Westminster or the suburbs thereof shall, after the 
making hereof, sell any New-Castle Coales above the rate of 238. 
the chaldron ; and after the 1st of Aprill next above 20s. at the 
most. Febr. 21st, 1642 (1643). 1846. 

10. Sea-Coale, Char-Coale, and Small-Coale ; or a Discourse be- 
tweene a New-Castle Collier, a Small-coale-man, and a Collier of 
Croydon, concerning the prohibition of trade with New-Castle. 
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Order of Publication, 
Numbers 



Mamb«r8 

1—8. 

8—12. 

12—14. 

14. 

14—16. 

16—23. 

24—26. 



Virgilius. 

Caesar. 

Juvenalis. 

Persius, 

Sallustius. 

Tacitus. 

Claudianus. 
26—27. Eutropius. 
27 — 35. Ovidius. 
35 — 36. Velleius Paterculus. 

37. Cornelius Kepos. 
38—39. Phfledrus. 

Florus. 

Catullus. 

Tibullus. 

JustinuB. 

Propertius. 

Martialis. 

Lucretius. 

Valerius Maximus. 

Boethius. 

Ausonius. 

Terentius. 



39—40. 
41—42, 
42—43. 
43—45. 
45—46. 
47—49. 
49—52. 
52—54. 
54—55. 
55—57, 
57—60. 



61—64. Statius. 

64—67. AulusGelliuB 

67 — 70. Prudentius. 

70 — 75. ApuleiuB. 

75 — 79. Horatius. 

79 — 81. Quintus Curtius. 

81 — 82. Dictys Cretensis. 

82 — 84. PompeiuB Festus. 

84—87. Suetonius. 

87—98. Plinius (Senior) . 

98—118. Livius. 
118—120. Manilius. 
120 — 124. Panegyrici Veteres. 
124—125. Aurelius Victor. 
125—129. Plautus. 
129 — 132. Ciceronis Rlietorica. 
132 — 137. Ciceronis Orationes. 
137 — 139. Ciceronis Epistolse. 
139 — 141. Ciceronis Opera Philo- 
sophica. 
141. Emesti Clavis et In- 
dices. 



Alphabetical List of the Works as subsegttently divided; the small paper 
into 158, and the large paper into 184 volumes. 

1. 



Apuleius • 
Aulus Gellius 
Aurelius Victor 
Ausonius 
Boethius 
Caesar 
Catullus 

Cieero, Epist. ad Fami- 
liarea . 

Libri "Rhetorici 

Opera Philosoph. 

Orationes 

— Emesti Clayia . 



am. p. 

7 
3 
2 
3 
1 
4 
2 

2 
2 
2 
5 
1 



7 
4 
2 
3 
1 
4 
2 

2 

4 
3 
7 
1 



Claudianus 


1 


sm. p. 
4 • 


l.p. 

■ 4 


Cornelius Nepos 


2 • 


. 2 


Dictys Cretensis et 
Dares Phrygius , 
Eutropius 
Florus 


1 • 

1 . 

2 - 


• 2 
2 
3 


Horatius 




4 • 


4 


Justinus 




2 . 


2 


Juvenalis 




2 . 


■ 2 


Livius 




. 20 - 


. 28 


Lucretius 




3 • 


3 


Manilius 




2 . 


• 2 


Martialis 




3 


. 3 



valpt's latin classics. 



Oridius 

Panegyric! Veteree 
Pcreiufl 
Phsdrus 
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ThefoUowing Serial Publications will be found described in the " Biblio* 
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Ageicultueal Sueveys, pp. 19 — 21. 

Bampton Lectuees, 107. 

Bodleian Libeaey, Publications op, 227, 228. 

Boyle Lectuees, 249, 250. 

Beitish Museum, Publications op, 275 — 277. 

Gbbenwich Obsebvatoey, 939. 

HuLSEAK Lectuees, 1137. 

ChbIonicles, Sebies op (undeb Holinshed), 1087. 

Jabdine's Natubalist's Libbaby, 1192. 




828 8EBIAL PrSLICATIOKS. 

Labdkbb's Cabinet Cyclopedia, 1311 — 12. 

- Cabinet Libbabt, 1312. 
Lives op English Saints. (By Newman, J. H.), 1668. 
Mabtin's Bbitibh Colonial LiBBASYy 1491. 
MnjTABY Classics, 1549. 
MoYEB Leotubbs, 1625. 

NOYEUSTS* LiBBABY (BaLLASTINE'S), 1709. 

Obdnancb Subvbys, 1728 — 30. 

Poets, Sebibs op, Cooxb'b Edition, 1898. 

AiEiN*^ Edition, 1898. 

Shabpb's Edition and Tbanblations, 1898. 

— — "— Whittinqham'b Chiswiok Edition and TKANSiATioirs, 
1899. 

Pickebing's Aidine Edition, 1899. 

■ Cabinet Edition, H. G. Bohn, 1899. 

Edited by the Bet. Gbobgb Oilpillan, 1899^ 1900. 

Bell's Annotated Edition, 1900. 



Public Becobds, 2059 — 64. 

swedenbobg socibty publications, 2553 — 55. 

WASBUBTONLiN LbCTUBBS, 2834. 




INDEX. 



Abbotsford dab, 36. 
Aberdeen Philosophical Society, 89. 
Abemethian Society, 89. 
Actuaries* iDstitute, 90. 
M]£no Society, 67. 
African ABsociation, 90. 
Agricultural (Eoyal) Society of 

England, 90. 
Agricultural Improyement Society, 

(Ireland), 143. 
Agricultural Society, Northumber- 
land, 166. 
Agriotdtural Society of Scotland, 

liO. 
Agricultural Society, Yorkflhire, 

195. 
Allan of Darlington's Press, 200. 
AngUa Christiana Society, 90. 
Anthropological Society, 91. 
Antiquarian Society of London, 91. 
Antiquarian Society, Cambridge, 

114. 
Antiquarian and Natural History 

Society, Orkney, 167. 
Antiquarian Club, Yorkshire, 196. 
Antiquarian Etching Club, 88. 
Antiquaries' Society, Newcastle on 

T^ne, 168. 
Antiquaries' Society, Scotland, 183. 
ArchflDologicalAssociation (British), 

91. 
ArohsBological Association, Cam- 
brian, 113. 
Arehieological Institute of Great 

Britain and Ireland, 93. 
Arehieological and Architectural 

Society, Bedfordshire, 107. 
Arohceological Society, Glasgow, 

137. 
Axcbttologioal Society (Irish), 61« 



Archffiological Society, Kent, 144 

Arch£Bological Society, Kilkenny^ 
145. 

Archeeological Society, London and 
Middlesex, 152. 

Archaeological Society, Norfolk and 
Norwich, 165. 

Archsological and Natural History 
Society, Somersetshire, 185. 

Archseological, Statistical and Natu- 
ral History Society, Suffolk, 186. 

Archaeological Society, Surrey, 188. 

Archeeological Society, Sussex, 189. 

ArchsBological and Natural History 
Society, Wiltshire, 193. 

Architects (Boyal Institute of Bri- 
tish), 95. 

Architects (Bristol Society of), 109. 

Architectunil Society, Bristol and 
West of England, 109. 

Architectural and Archeeological 
Society, Buckinghamshire, 112. 

Architectural and Archseological 
Society, Chester and Cheshire, 
118. 

Architectural and Archeological 
Society, Durham and Northum- 
berland, 123. 

Architectural Society, Exeter, 133. 

Architectural Society, Leicester,148. 

Architectural Society,Liohfield,148. 

Architectural Society, Lincoln, 148. 

Architectural and Archseological 
Society, Liyerpool, 151. 

Architectural Society of London,95. 

Architectural Society, Northamp- 
ton, 166. 

Architectural Society, Oxford, 170. 

Architectural Institute^ Scotland, 
183. 



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INDEX. 



Arohitectural and Archaeological 

Society, St. Albans, 182. 
Architectural Society, Worcester, 

195. 
Architectural Society, York County, 

195. 

Architectural Photographic Associ- 
ation, 96. 

Architectural Publication Society, 

96. 

Architecture, Naval, Institution of, 

158. 
Arts Manufactures and Commerce, 

(Society for the Encouragement 

of), 96. 
Art Union of London, 99. 
Art Union (Irish), 144. 
Arundel Society, 101. 
Ashmolean Society, Berkshire, 107. 
Ashmolean Society, Oxford, 169. 
Asiatic Society (Royal) of Great 

Britain and Ireland, 106. 
Astronomical Society (Royal), 106. 
Auchinleck Press, 197. 



Bohn's Classical Library, 304. 

Illustrated Library, 309. 

British Classics, 314. 

Uniform with the Standard 

Library, 315. 

School and College Series, 



317. 

Cheap Series, 317. 

English Gentleman's Li- 
brary, 320. 

Royal Illustrated Series, 321 



Bannatyne Club, 8. 

Bath and West of England Society, 

106. 

Bedfordshire Archaeological and 
Architectural Society, 107. 

Beldomie Press, 199. 

Belfast Literary Society, 107. 

Belfast Natural History and PhUo- 
sophical Society, 107. 

Berkshire Ashmolean Society, 107. 

Berwickshire Naturalist Club, 107- 

Birmingham Philosophical Insti- 
tution, 108. 

Birmingham Institution of Mecha- 
nical Engineers, 108. 

Bohn's Standard Library, 289. 

ExtH, Volumes, 295. 

Ecclesiastical Library, 295. 

Historical Library, 296. 

Library of French Memoirs, 

297. 

1 Scientific Library, 297. 

. Philological and Philoso- 
phical Library, 301. 
■ Antiquarian Library, 302. 



Bonaparte (Prince Louis Lucien), 
Publications, 247. 

Border ( lub, 88. 

Border Medical Society, 108. 

Botanical Society, Edinburgh, 125. 

Botanical Society of London, 108. 

BotanicalSocietyof London (Royal), 
108. 

Bridgwater Treatises, 281. 

Bristol Society of Architects, 109. 

Bristol Athenaeum, 109. 

Bristol Fine Arts Academy, 109. 

Bristol Microscopical Society, 109. 

Bristol Naturalist's Society, 109. 

Bristol Philosophical and Literary 
Society, 109. 

Bristol and West of England Ar- 
chitectural and Heraldic Society, 

109. 

British Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, 110. 

Buckinghamshire Arfehitectural and 
Archaeological Society, 112. 



Caledonian Horticultural Society, 

112. 

Calvin Translation Society, 112. 

Cambrian Archaeological Associ- 
ation, 113. 

Cambrian Institute, 114. 

Cambrian (Metropolitan) Institute, 

114. 
Cambridge Analytical Society, 116. 
Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 

114. 
Cambridge Camden Society, 115. 
Cambridge Philosophical Sooiefrf, 

116. 
Camden Society, 39. 



^ 



iin)Ex. 



331 



Cavendisli Society, 79. 
Caxton Society, 116. ' 
Celtic Society, 54. 

Cliemico-Agricultural Society, Ul- 
ster, 190. 

Chemistry (Royal College of), 117. 

Chemical Society of London, 1 18. 

Chester and Cheshire Architectural 
and Archseological Society, 118. 

Chetham Society, 67. 

Christian Knowledge, Society for 
promoting, 180. 

Chronological Institute of London, 
118. 

Collier's (J, Payne) Eeprints of 
Rare Tracts, 250. 

Collier's Illustrations of Early En- 
glish Popular Literature, 251. 

Collier's Old English Literature, 
253. 

Cork Cuverian Society, 118. 

Cork Scientific and Literary Society, 
118. 

Cornwall Royal Qreological Society, 
119. 

Cornwall Royal Institution, 119. 

Cornwall Royal Polytechnic So- 
ciety, 119. 

Cymmnodorian, or Metropolitan 
Cambrian Institution, 120. 

Darlington Press, 200. 

Decorative Art Society, 120. 

DiUetanti Society, 121. 

Dublin Geological Society, 121. 

Dublin University Philosophical 
Society, 121. 

Dublin Natural History Society, 
121. 

Dublin Microscopical Society, 122. 

,Dublin (Royal) Society, 122. 

Dublin GaeUc Society, 123. 

Dudley and Midland Geological, 
Society, 123. 

Dudley and Midland Geological 
Scientific, and Field Club So- 
ciety, 123. 

Durham and Northumberland Ar- 
chitectural and Archffiological 

. Society, 123. 



Ecclesiastical History Society, 123. 
Ecclesiological Society, 124 
Edinburgh Botanical Society, 125. 

Geological Society, 126. 

Harveian Society, 127. 

Hunterian Society, 127. 

Juridical Society, 126. 

Medical Society, 127. 

Royal Medical Society, 



127. 



127. 



Philosophical Society, 

Royal College of Phy- 
sicians, 126. 

Society of Physicians, 



126. 



128. 



(Royal Society of ), 127. 
Royal Physical Society, 

Pliuian Society, 128. 

Watt Institute and School 

of Arts, 128. 

- Wernerian Natural His- 



tory Society, 128. 

Cabinet Library, 325, 



Education (Central Society of), 128. 

Egyptian Society, 129. 

Electrical Society of London, 129. 

Engineers (Institute of Civil), 129. 

Engineers (Corps of Royal), 130. 

Engineers (Smeatonian Society of), 
130. 

Engineers' Society, 130. 

Engineers, Institution of, Ireland, 
143. 

Engineers* North of England In- 
stitute, 165. 

Engineers'Institution, Scotti8h,184. 

Engineers* Mechanical Institute, 
Birmingham, 108. 

Engineers* (Mining) Institution, 
South Wales, 185. 

Engineers' (Mining), North of 
England, 165. 

English Historical Society, 131. 

Entomological Society, 132. 

Epidemiological Society, 132. 

Etching Club, 87. 

Ethnological Society, 132. 

Exeter Society of Gentlemen, 132. 




882 



TXTDVX, 



Bzeter DiooeBan Aicfaitectund So- 
detj, 133. 

Family Librarj (Murray), 823. 
Fine Arts (Society for the £nooa- 

ragement of), 133. 
Fine Arts Academy, Bristol, 109. 
Frogmore liodge Press, 216. 

Gkelio Society of London, 138. 
Gaelic Society, Dublin, 123. 
Genealogical and Historical Society, 

133. 
Geographical (Royal) Society, 134. 
Geological Society, Cornwall, 119. 
Geological Society, Dublin, 121. 
Gheological Society, Dudley and 

Midland, 123. 
Geological Society, Edinburgh, 126. 
Geological Society (Royal), &eland, 

143. 
Geological Society of London, 134. 
Geological Society ,Manche6ter, 152. 
Geological Museum and Geological 

Surrey of the United Eingdom, 

135. 
Geological and Folytechnio Society, 

Yorkshire, 196. 
Geologists' Association, 136. 
Glasgow Geological Society, 136. 
Glasgow Natural History Society, 

137. 

Glasgow Archeeological Society, 

137. 
Glasgow Literary Society, 137. 
Glasgow Philosophical Society, 137. 
Glasgow and Clydesdale Statistical 

Society, 137. 
Chreat Totham Preas, 216. 
Guy's Hospital Physical Society, 

137, 

Hakluyt Society, 79. 

Halliwell's Reprints of Rare Books, 

254. 
Handel Society, 137. 
* German Handel Society, 

138. 
Hansard Knollys Society, 189. 
Barveian Society, 139» 



Highland and Agriooltaral SooieCy 

of Scotland, 140. 
Historic Society of Laneaahire and 

Cheshire, 145. 
Historical Society of Science, 140. 
Homosopathic Association, 140. 
HomGBopathic(British) Society, 140. 
Horological (British) Institute, 141. 
Horticultural Society, Caledonian, 

112. 
Horticultoral Society of London, 

14L 
Hull Royal Institution, 141. 
Humane Society (Royal), 142. 
Hunterian Society, 142. 

Ibemo-Celtic Society, 142. 

Ham Anastatic Drawing Society, 

142. 
Ireland, Royal Agricnltnial Xm- 

provement Society, 143. 
Ireland, Associate of the Fellows 

and Licentiates of the Queen's 

College of Physicians^ 143. 
Ire1and,lnstitute of Ciyil Engineers, 

143. 
Ireland. Royal G^logical Society 

of, 143. 
Ireland,Royal Zoological Society of, 

143. 
Irish Archeeological Society, 51. 
Irish Archseological and Celtic So* 

ciety, 53. 
Irish Art-Union (Royal), 144. 
Irish Royal Academy, 144. 
Irish Institution (Royal), 143. 
lona Club, 32. 

Juridical Society, Edinburgh, 126. 

Kent Archflsological Society, X44. 

Kilkenny and South East of Ire< 
land^Arohseological Society, 145. 

Knight, Charles, Library of Enter- 
taining Knowledge, ^5. 

Lancashire and Cheshire Historic 

Society, 145. 
Law Amendment Society, 146. 
Law,Incorporated Law 8ooietj,147« 



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IKDEX. 



333 



Iiee PrioTy Press, 21B. 

Ijeeds KechanicB Institute and Li- 
terary Society, 147. 

lieede Philosophical and literary 
Society, 147. 

Ijeicester Architectural Society, 

148. 

Ijeicester Literary and Philoeophical 

Society, 148. 
Lihraryof Anglo-Catholic Theology, 

276. 

Library of the Fathers, 278, 

Library of Entertaining Knowledge, 
285. 

Library of Old Authors, 287 

Library of Useful Knowledge, 282. 

Lichfield Society for the Encourage- 
ment of Ecclesiastical Architec- 
ture, 148. 

Lincoln Architectural Society of the 
Diocese, 148. 

Lincolnshire Topographical Society, 

149 

Linnean Society of London, 149. 
Literature (Eoyal Society of), 149. 
Literature and Art (Guild of), 

150. 

Liverpool Literary and Philosophi- 
cal Society, 150. 

Liverpool Architectmral and Arch»- 
ological Society, 151. 

Liverpool Polytechnic Society, 161. 

Liverpool Royal Institution, 151. 

London and Middlesex Archfleologi- 
cal Society, 152. 

Londonderry Natural History So- 
ciety, 152. 

Maitland Club, 20. 

Maidment's Publications, 261. 

Manchester Literary and Philoso- 
phical Society, 152. 

Manchester Geological Society, 162. 

Manchester Natural History So- 
ciety, 162. 

Manx Society, 162. 

Medical Society of London, 163. 

Medical Society (Border), 108. 

Medical and Chirurgical Bocietyi 
(Royal), 153. 



Medical and Chirurgical Knonv^ 
ledge Society, 154. 

Medical Society, Edinburgh, 127. 

— Provincial Medical Associ- 
ation, 154. 

British Medical Asso(^tion. 

154. 

Medico-Botanical Society, 154, 

Meteorological Society, 154. 

British Meteorological Society, 



154. 

Metropolitan Association of Medi- 
cal Officers of Health, 155. 

Microscopical Society, 165. 

Microscopical Society, Dublioi 
122 

Middle Hill Press, 225. 

Motett Society, 155. 

Murray's Family Library, 323. 

Musical Antiquarian Society, 155. 

National Association for the Pro- 
motion of Social Science, 156. 

Naturalist's Field Club, Tynesidfl^ 
190. 

Natural History Society, Dublin, 
121. 

Natural History Society, Edin- 
burgh, 128. 

Natural History Society, Glasgow, 
137. 

Natural History Society, London* 
derry, 152. 

Natural History Society, Northum- 
berland and Durham, 166. 

Natural History, Edinburgh Wer- 
nerian, 128. 

Natural History Society, Orkney, 
167. 

Natural History and Antiquarian 
Society, Penzance, 176. 

Natural History Society, Plymouth, 
179. 

Natural History and Antiquarian 
Society, Shropshire, 185. 

Natural History and Archteological 
Society, Warwickshire, 192. 

Naturalists' Society, Bristol, 109. 

Natural History Sooiety, Worces- 
tershire, 195. 



r 



334 



BfDEX. 



Karal Architedmre (Institution of), 
168. 

Newcastle on Tjne Society of 
Antiquaries, 158. 

Kewcastle Beprints of Bare Tracts, 
271. 

Kewcastle on Tyne T^ographical 
Society, 159. 

Kewcastle on Tyne Literary and 
Philosophical Society, 165. 

Norfolk and Norwich Archseological 
Society, 165. 

Norfolk and Norwich Literary In- 
stitution, 165. 

North of England Institute of 
Mining Engineers, 165. 

Northampton Architectural Society, 
166. 

Northumberland Agricultural So- 
ciety, 166. 

North Northumberland Cottage 
Improvement Society, 166. 

Northumberland, Durham, and 
Newcastle Natural History So- 
ciety, 166. 

Numismatic Society, 166. 

Obstetrical Society, 167. 

Odontological Society of London, 
167. 

Ophthalmic Hospital (Eoyal Lon- 
don), 167. 

Oriental Translation Fund, 27. 

Oriental Text Society, 65. 

Orkney Natural History Society, 
167. 

Orkney Antiquarian and Natural 
History Society, 167. 

Ornithological Society of London, 
168. 

Orr's Circle of the Sciences, 286. 

Ossianic Society, 168. 

Oxford Ashmolean Society, 169. 

Oxford Architectural Society, 170. 



Palaeontographical Society, 172. 

Parker Society, 55. 

Pathological Society, 176. 

Penzance Natural History and An- 
tiquarian Society, 176. 

Percy Society, 69. 

Perth Literary and Antiquarian 
Society, 176. 

Pharmaceutical Society of Great 
Britain, 177. 

Phillipps, Sir Thomas, Middle Hill 
Press, 225. 

Philobiblon Society, 82. 

Philological Society, 177. 

Philosophic&L Society of Aberdeen, 
89. 

Philosophical Institute, Birming- 
ham, 108. 

Philosophical Society, Cambridge, 
116. 

Philosophical Society, Edinburgh, 
127. 

Philosophical Society, Glasgow, 137. 

Photographic Society, 178, 

Physicians' Association, Queen's 
College, Dublin, 143. 

Physicians (Society of), 178. 

Physicians (Boyal College of), 179. 

Physicians'Society, Edinburgh, 126. 

Plymouth Institute and Devon and 
Cornwall Natural History Society, 
179. 

Portsmouth and Portsea Literary 
and Philosophical Society, 179. 

Pomological Society, 180. 

Practical Design (Society for Pro- 
moting), 180. 

Propagation of the Gospel in Fo- 
reign Parts (Society for the), ^180. 

Pure Literature Society, 181. 




Bay ociety, 76. 

Befbrmistas Antiquos Espanoles. 
Edited by B. Wilfen, 269. 
Painters in Water Colours, Society Boscoe's Novelists' Library, 326. 

of, 171. (Boxburghe Club, 1. 

Painters in Water Colours, Insti- Boyal Institution of Great Britain, 

tute of, 172. I 181. 

Painting, Sculpture, and Architec- Boyal Society, 182. 
ture (Academy of ), Scotland, 184. Boyal Society of Literature, I4d. 




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Sacred Classics, Eickerby's, 827. 
St. Alban's Architectural and Ar- 

chffiological Society, 182. 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, lion- 

don, 183. 
Scarborough Philosophic Society, 
183. 

Scotland, Society of Antiquaries of, 
183. 

Scotland, Architectural Institute of, 
183. 

Scotland, Society for Propagating 
Christian Knowledge, 183. 

Scottish Royal Academy of Paint- 
ing, Sculpture, and Architecture, 
184. 

Scottish Boyal Society of Arts, 184. 

Scottish Institution of CiyiL En- 
gineers, 184. 

Scottish Ship Builders' Association, 
184. 

Shakespeare Society, 65. 

Sheffield Literary and Philosophical 
Society, 185. ' 

Ship Builders* Association, Scottish, 
184. 

Shropshire and North Wales Na- 
tural History and Antiquarian 
Society, 185. 

Smith's, J, Bussell, Keprints of Old 
Authors, 268. 

Social Science. See National. 

Somersetshire ArchsBological and 
Natural History Society, 185. 

South Wales Institution of Mining 
Engineers, 185. 

Spalding Club, 48, 

Spottiswood Society, 75. 

Staines Literary and Scientific In- 
stitution, 185. 

Statistical Society of London, 186. 

Statistical Society, G-lasgow and 
Clydesdale, 137. 

Statistical Society, Ulster, 191. 

Strawberry Hill Press, 237. 

Suffolk Institute of Archseology, 
Statistics and Natural History, 
186. 

Surgeons (Royal CoUege of), 186. 

Surrey Archeeological Society, 188. 



Surtees Society, 33. 
Sussex Archaeological Society, 189. 
Sweden borg Society, 189. 
Sydenham Society, 72. 
Sydenham Society, New, 74. 
feyro-Egyptian Society, 189. 

Topographical Society, Lincoln- 
shire, 149. 

Topographical Society, Wiltshire, 
194. 

Tumbull's Reprints of Old Authors, 
268. 

Tweedside Physical and Antiqua- 
rian Society, 189. 

Tyneside Naturalist's Field Club, 
190. 

Typographical Society, Newcastle 
on Tyne, 159. 

Ulster Chemico-Agricultural So- 
ciety, 190. 

Ulster Statistical Society, 191. 

Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 191. 

United Service Institute (Koyal;, 
191. 

Utterson. See Beldomie. 

Valpy's Delphin and Yariorum 

Classics, 322. 
Verulam Society, 191 
Veterinary Medical Association,191. 
Veterinary Surgeons (Royal College 

of), 192. 

Warton Club, 87. 

Warwickshire Natural History and 
Archaeological Society, 192. 

Welsh Manuscript Society, 192. 

Wernerian Society, 78. 

Western Medical and Surgical So- 
ciety, 193. 

Whitby Literary and Philosophical 
Society, 193. 

Wiifen's Spanish Reformers, 269. 

Wiltshire Archaeological and Natu- 
ral History Society, 193. 

Wiltshire Topograplucal Society, 
194. 

Wodrow Society, 194. 




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