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VOL. I. 




J. Billing, Printer and Stereotyper, Guildford, Surrey. 


It was not the Publisher's intention to write any more premoni- 
tions nntil the eonclosion of the work, when all he might have 
to say would be included in a general preface ; but numerous 
communications, public and private, seem to require earlier re- 

Borne well-meant advisers have suggested the omission of what 
they deemed unimportant articles of past literature, and the sub- 
stitution of works of modem date. JBut they overlook the de- 
clared principle of the present edition, which is, that it shall be a 
faithful, though revised and enlarged, reprint of its predecessor, 
withoutomissions of any kind, andthatModemLiterature (whether 
omitted by Lowndes or subsequent to the period when he wrote) 
is to form a Supplementary Volume. Besides which, were it even 
advisable to omit anything on account of worthlessness, it would 
be extremely difficult to determine what belongs to this category. 

Every bibliographer knows the importance wnich an apparently 
worthless volume sometimes acquires by adventitious circum- 
stance. It may establish a date or a fact, and settle a vast amount 
of controversy. A supposed piece of waste paper might fix an im- 
portant epoch in the history of engraving or printing, and an old 
book cover, (such as was once heedlessly thrown away) deter- 
mine, with an Approximation to certainty, the period of the first 
block-books^ These reasons must serve as an answer to those 
who advocate omissions. 

Some have regretted the paucity of literary and critical notices ; 
but these are far more numerous in Lowndes than in any other 
book of the kind, and do not, besides, strictly belong to biblio- 
graphy, but rather to literary history and biography. ISTo doubt 
an alpluibetical arrangement of pithy extracts urom reviews would 
be a very agreeable as well as convenient repertory, but such a 
work, to answer its purpose, would require to be four times as 
large as it is proposed to make the present. 

Other critics or correspondents, who are pleased to admit 
my capabilitiesi wonder that I should tie myself to Lowndes, 

a 2 




and not rather make a new and perfect book in my own 
name. To these I reply, that the labonr required to make 
anything like a perfect Manual of Bibliography, is, both 
physicaQy and mentally, far beyond what wonld be conceiredby 
those who have not engaged in snch duties, while the requital of 
even a successful achieyement would be below what might be 
derived from the most ordinary pursuit. Dr. Watt, auwor of 
the ' Bibliotheca Britannica,' exhausted in health and pocket by 
his herculean labour, died on the eve of its completion, nor did 
it yield any benefit either to his successors or nublishers ; and 
Lowndes, after years of unwearied exertion, oied in distress. 
Many more such examples might be adduced. 

There would be no difficulty in making a perfect book, — as far 
as anything human can be penect — ^were the appliances sufficient ; 
but nothing less than a liberal and independent appointment 
from the Crown 'can ever provide a stimulus adequate to the 
desired object. It would be possible to renter and describe, 
under one alphabet, every book known to hterature, and to in- 
dicate the particular libraries where tiiey are to be foimd ; and, 
if undivided attention could be bestowed on such an object, it 
might be accomplished in a very few years. Manuscripts might 
be treated in the same manner, and classed Indexes to the whole 
follow. But such a happy consummatiofi is rather to be sighed 
for than expected : meanwhile the literary public wiU, it is 
hoped, take m good part the installment now made in a right 

The present part is enlarged and corrected on every page, as 
will be evident on comparison. Among the articles which have 
undergone more especial attention may be enumerated : British 
Museum, Britton, Bro^ham, Brvdges (Sir Egerton), Bunyan, 
Butler (Sam.), Byron, Caxton, Chaucer, Coleridge, Costume, 
Cook (Capt.), Cooke (W. B.), Cowper, Crabbe, Crighton, &c. 
All contmuations and new editions of books mentioned by 
Lowndes, have, as far as possible, been indicated, and fre<|uent 
additions made of the auction prices of rare and early prmted 
volumes. Indeed, all has been done that could weU oe done, 
without reconstructing the whole work, and the Publisher only 
hopes that he may be able to go through his task with as little 
cause of compliant as he has yet encountered. The publication 
was undertaken, more as a boon to his confreres and to literary 
men, than as an object of mercantile profit, and he trusts it will 
be received as such. 


April so, 1858. 



Ik proportion to the adyancement and general diffusion of litera- 
ture ought to be the publication of references to, and accounts 
of, the multifarious works with which the genius of past and of 
the present times has enlightened and benefited mankind. Bib- 
LioaBAPHT, or a knowledge of particular books, the peculiarities 
of editions, their yalue, and what may be termed an intimate 
acquaintance with the history and character of a work, has, how- 
ever, been singularly neglected in this country ; and rich as our 
literature is in most departments, that particular class, on which 
all others are in a great degree dependent, is confessedly defi- 
cient. In France, Spain, Italy, Grermany, and Holland, nume- 
rous volumes have been written on the literary history of those 
several countries, together with others on imiversal literature ; 
but in England, excepting a few catalogues of books on particu- 
lar subjects, no general Bibliographical work deserving the name 
was ever published until the appearance of the '* Bibliotheca 
Britannica" by Watt, which will be again alluded to. It is not 
intended to explain the cause of the low state of Bibliographical 
knowledge in England ; but it may, perhaps, be partly ascribed 
to the folly of acquiring, at enormous prices, works which are no 
otherwise valuable than for their rarity, consisting, as that rarity 
sometimes does, in a colophon or the name of a printer, the tex- 
ture or colour of the paper, the width of the margin, the occur- 
rence or omission of a date, or even in an obvious defect. Man- 
kind are disposed to remember the abuse rather than the utility 
of pursuits in which few are deeply interested ; and in the ridi- 
cule which the enthusiastic zeal of bibliomaniacs has cast on Bib- 
liography, they lose sight of the fact, that all accurate knowledge 
is in a greater or less degree absolutely dependent thereon. 

The accumulated wisdom of ages is deposited in Books ; can 
there, then, be more useful information than that by which these 
repositories of knowledge are rendered available to the world by 
proper classification, separating the valuable from the worthless, 

and presenting the student with a convenient and trustworthy 



guide to the respeotire sources P Bibliography is, in truth, -the 
mariner's compass of learning ; for without it the student would 
be floating on the immense ocean of literature, with no other 
means than what chance afforded of attaining the object of his 
Toyage. To pursue the simile, it may be said that the art of 
navigation is not more indispensable to a mariner than is a cer- 
tain acquaintance with Bibliography to him who passes any part 
of his life in intellectual pursuits. 

Dr. Johnson has obserred, with his usual elegance and pro*- 
priety, " by the means of Catalogues only can be known what 
has been written on every part of learning, and the hasard 
avoided of encountering difficulties which have ahready been 
cleared, discussing questions which have already been decided, 
and digging in mines of literature which former ages have ex- 
hausted ;" but a bare Catalogue, though the most laborious, is 
the humblest part of a Bibliographer's duty. Mere industry may 
enable him to copy titles, names, and dates ; but to classify and 
arrange .works into the several divisions and subdivisions, which 
a student requires— to describe the merits of each work, and the 
peculiarity of each edition — to point out the true from the spu- 
rious edition— and to give such a collation of works which do 
not either by signatures, pagination, or otherwise, present the 
means of ascertaining whether it be complete or imperfect—to 
trace rare works from library to library, in order that those who 
wish to consult them may know where they are deposited — and 
to give the different prices at which books have at various times 
been sold, that an idea may be formed of their value— require a 
combination of talent, research, and industry, which entitle the 
labours of a BibUographer to much more respect than has hitherto 
been conceded to them. 

In thus stating the acquirements necessary for a Bibliographer, 
the Editor has in view rather to deprecate severity of criticism 
on whatever defects may be found in this work, than, with un- 
seemly presumption, to exaggerate the merit of its compilation* 
"No one can be insensible to the errors which are incidental to 
the Jirsf edition of a work of this nature ; for, as it is well re- 
marked by Monsieur Kenouard, whose reputation as a Biblio- 
grapher proves that he must be well aware of the difficulties 
incidental to the pursuit : — ** Si bien pr^par^ soit-on, et quelques 


sotns que Ton apporte a la composition d'un ouvrage bibliogra- 
{Aiique, H est encore presque impossible de ne pas laisser dans sa 
l^atetmhre publication nne midtitude d'errenrs, de lacunes, de sup* 
positions, de mensonges inyoluntaires." After these imperfect 
obsenrations on the utility and difficulties of Bibliography, the 
EditoiT will proceed to allude, in as few words as possible, to the 
plan and contents of Watt's ** Bibliotheca Britannica," to show 
in what points these volumes supply information which is not 
contained in that valuable compilation. In speaking of the Bib- 
liotheca Britannica, no praise can be too high; for, notwith- 
standing its imperfections, it contains a mass of most valuable 
matter, disposed in such form as to be of great assistance to 
persons desirous of ascertaining what works have been written 
on a particular subject, or by a particular author. It is obvious, 
however, that, from the very extensive plan adopted by Watt, 
his work must necessarily be incomplete in various points, which, 
though of minor detail, are of great importance. Thus, for in- 
stance, he gives neither the collation nor prices of books ; nor 
does he afibrd a guide to the best authors on any particular sub- 
ject, or to the best editions-^information of the highest value to 
foreigners and students* 

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

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

Firtt, A concise account of the inerits of the work, titken 



occasionally from Beviews, but more generally from writers 
estabUslied reputation. 

Secondly, Its peculiar bibliographical character, sucb as the 
mode in which it was originally published, its contents, limited 
number printed, rarity, whether the name of the author was 
real or fictitious, and occasionally supplying the name of the 
author of a work published anonymously ; if an early work, to 
whom dedicated ; the merits and variations of the different edi- 
tions ; where and when printed ; also notices of reprints of rare 
works, and of tracts, whether in the Somers and Harleian Mis- ' 
ceUanies, or similar publications, and likewise of those early 
Yoyages and Travels which appear in Pinkerton's, Churchill's, 
the Harleian and other Collections :— in a word, all the points 
which belong to the " history" of a book are stated. 

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

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

Upon the utility of such information it is scarcely necessary 
to insist : without a Manual of this nature the collector may in- 
deed, as is happily remarked by a French Bibliographer, form a 
collection, but not a library, since the one consists simply of a 
mass of books purchased without knowledge or discrimination 
of subjects or editions ; but a library, by which is meant a selec- 
tion of the best writers, and of the best editions, depends more 
upon the erudition, judgment, and iaste of the possessor, than 
upon his wealth or liberality. 

No doubt can be entertained of the utility of attaching to the 
title of a book the opinion entertained of its merits by those who 
hanre undertaken to pronounce a critical opinion upon them, either 
in reference to the collector or to the student : to both they 
serve as a guide. But with respect to the various criticisms 
which will be found scattered throughout the work, the Editor 
wishes to be understood, that when no authority is given, ho 
states the general character of the works, rather than ofiers an 
opinion of his own. In the case of works of a religious naturp, 
the criticism will of course be understood as expressing the esti- 
mation in which the work is held by the particular sect to which 
the author belonged. 


The importance of knowing the exact character of^ and the 
difference between the editions of any work, is well understood 
by authors and Kterary persons, bnt to more general readers it 
may be necessary to remark, that in each edition an Author is 
presumed to have availed himself of the additional information, 
and to have corrected the errors, which the suggestions of critical 
journals, or of his Mends, or his own studies, may have supplied. 
It is not, perhaps, too much to say, with respect to works on 
history, or consisting of a condensation of, or criticisms foimded 
upon, mere facts, that no first edition is so perfect as its author . 
iB capable of rendering it. Until his labours are before hint in 
print, and time has cooled the fervour of mind incidental to com- 
position, he is scarcely competent to estimate, calmly and dis- 
passionately, the value and bearing of the materials of which 
history is composed. A single additional fact, derived possibly 
from an obscure volume, or a manuscript, which escaped his re- 
searches when his work was written, may overturn or confirm 
his most ingenious hypotheses. To works of imagination, novels, 
poetry, and the drama, the value of revision is almost as great — 
they supply as it were the last touches of the master ; and in 
the second edition the author introduces those improvements 
which, (in an age when the Horatian precept has ceased to apply, 
either in principle or practice) are rarely to be found in the first 
impression ; whilst every subsequent reprint affords him the 
opportunity of imparting greater accuracy, more abundant in- 
form&tion, and more elaborate polish to his lucubrations. Hence 
arises the immense superiority of a second edition over the first, 
of a third over a second, and thus in numerical progression of 
each over its predecessor. The claims which a first sometimes 
possesses over a later edition of a work, consists chiefly of re- 
marks which prudence or justice may have induced an author 
to cancel. A referenpe to the first edition of an early writer is, 
however, often essential in restoring the correct reading of a line 
or passage. If a typographical error is made in the second edi- 
tion, it is almost certain to be perpetuated in succeeding im- 
pressions, from its being the practice to print each edition &om 
the one which immediately preceded it. Moreover, there is a 
peculiarity about every edition of every work, which renders it 
imperative that it should be carefully referred to by an editor of 


Buch work : it may also happen that a first edition contains yalti* 
able extraneous matter, which a desire to impart more con- 
sistency to his labonrs, caused the author afterwards to omit. 
To those who terite books, a knowledge of such peculiarities in 
editions is indispensable ; and by those who only read them, but 
who are interested in the curiosities and technicalities of litera- 
ture, the information will not be despised. 

It is the duty of an author to know the history of a work 
which he consults : by making the statements it contains his 
authority, he, in some measure, adopts them as his own ; and a 
Manual, which enables him to form an idea of the degree of 
credit that ought to be attached to the book before him, cannot 
fail to facilitate and benefit his labours. A critical examiner of 
his authorities, knows that the slightest fact — the date, the dedi- 
cation, whether a private work or one intended for general circu- 
lation, for example — are points by which the credibility of a 
writer may, possibly, be impugned or confirmed. 

By the CoUations the buyer and seller are alike enabled to 
judge whether a book is perfect ; hence disputes may, with slight 
trouble, be avoided ; and although at first sight this may seem but ' 
a very trifling recommendation to a bibliographical work, where 
they are for the^r*^ time given, those who have collated even a 
single volume will at once believe that much time has been con- 
sumed in this object ; and it is hoped they will agree with the 
Editor in thinking that it has not been thrown away. 

The utility of stating the prices at which books have sold at 
public auctions, and thereby to give the public the means of 
judging of their value, must be sufficiently obvious. Although no 
conclusion can be safely drawn from those prices, nor can they by 
any means be depended upon as a certain guide, stiU, the sums 
wliich books have produced at public sales wiU be referred to as 
authorities, and the variations in their value must prove a source 
of amusement from their indicating the changes which have taken 
place in caprice or taste. 

It not unfrequently happens, that for some literary purpose, a 
person wishes to consult a particular book of great rarity, but is 
wholly at a loss to discover where a copy is to be found. In the 
instances of uncommon works, the editor has stated if it is in the 
British Museum, in the Bodleian, or other public Library ; and 


shonld a copy have been sold by auction within the present cen- 
tury, a reference is usually given to the number in the catalogue 
in which it is mentioned, thus affording a clue to its present 

It is due to his own labours that the Editor should state that 
this is ihe first attempt in England to supply these various points 
of Bibliographical information in one work ; and though the cele- 
brated ** Manuel du Libraire " of Brunet has served as his model, 
that valuable compilation is extremely imperfect ii^ relation to 
British literature. 

The Editor is aware of an objection to which his work is liable 
from the circumstance of many books, which may be considered 
worthless, being noticed, merely because they have occasionally 
brought large prices at public sales ; but, as he might have in- 
curred still greater blame, had he omitted them, he has preferred 
admitting a few whose claim to a place might be disputed, than 
leaving out any work to which an ideal value has been attached, 
remembering the remark of Johnson, *' that no book is so worth, 
less as not to contain something good." It is also to be remem- 
bered, that scarcely any two persons agree in their estimation of 
a book, and that their taste and judgment are influenced by their 
attachment to particular pursuits. On the other hand, he is sen- 
sible that he may unconsciously have omitted articles of import- 
ance, more especially very recent publications, from the difficulty 
of keeping pace with the daily productions of the press. For these, 
and all other omissions, he trusts to the candour of his readers : 
all who have had occasion to search for information on a particu- 
lar subject, must be aware that much valuable matter has escaped 
them, notwithstanding the most careful inquiries. 

It would be a waste of time to name the particular sources 
which have been consulted. A single glance will, the Editor 
flatters himself, ensure credence to his statement, that many hun- 
dreds of volumes have been constantly referred to, and that, in 
numerous instances, the books noticed have been carefuUy ex- 
amined. The merit of indefatigable industry will not, he hopes, 
be denied him ; and though his labours have not required either 
genius or splendid talents, he, nevertheless, trusts that he may 
be deemed a safe and useful pioneer to the present and future 
explorers of the inexhaustible mines of British Literature. The 

xii FBEFi.CE. 

trayeller well knows the importance of a road-book and direetioii 
posts ; the mariner is equally sensible of the yalue of charts and 
beacons ; and the youthful and ardent literary husbandman, on 
entering the immeasurable fields of knowledge, will soon learn, 
from the assurances of the veteran labourer, as well as from his 
own experience, that his progress will be painful, his success 
uncertain, without the assistance which, the Editor humbly hopes, 
these volumes will supply. 

The little that remains to be said is an acknowledgment, the 
sincerity of which must supply its deficiency in expression, of the 
Editor's gratitude to the numerous friends by whose kind assist- 
ance and advice his labours have been at once cheered and bene- 
fited ; more particularly 

To the Eight Honourable Thomas Gbekyille, who is no less 
the master of the contents, than of the property of his books^ and 
who, in the most obliging manner, tendered him the use of his 
splendid library, as well as of his interesting catalogues, with, 
which, it may be hoped, he may be induced to favour the public. 

In common with most persons interested in literary pursuits, 
the Editor is under many obligations to Philip Augustus Han- 
BOTT, Esq.y to whose late curious and extensive library liberal 
access was always afibrded him. 

To Messrs. Payne and Foss, Mr. Cochbak, Mr. Piceebing, 
and especially Mr, S»odd, for. their constant advice and most 
useful suggestions, he is eminently obliged. 

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

Gratitude demands a strong acknowledgment to the late Wil- 
LiAK Mebedith, Esq., under whose hospitable roof this Manual 
was commenced in the year 1820. By the late Bichabd Hebeb, 
Esq., (who, as a collector, united the judgment of a Cotton with 
the princely munificence of a Harley,) he was honoured with ap- 
probation and encouragement, and with the ofi*er of access to his 

immense literary treasures. 

W. T. L. 




Bbewsb, ThonuMS. l!h»Vfeeping 

Ladj ; or London like Niniyie in 

Saok-Gloth. Lond. 1625. 4to. 

ContainB pp. 24. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 81. 
8^ias.6d. Heber, partly. 108. 

— A Knot of I^ooles. Lond. 

1624. 4to. 14 leaves. 

Aeopyofthla poetical tract is in the 
British Museum. Roxhurghe, 8880. 82. 
Bottieby, 18M. 62. 68. An edition 166a 4to. 
Heber, part IT., 12. lOs. 

Bbbwxb. — ^The Brewer's Assist- 
ant, containing a Yarietj of Tables, 

&c Lond. 1796. 4to. lOs. 6d. 

▲ Bcientifie and carious work. The 
London and Country Brewer, in three Parts. 
Lfflid. 1736-8. 8yo. 4s. 

Bbewbteb, David, LL.D. Trea- 
tise on new Philosophical Instru- 
ments, with Ex:periments on Light 
and Colours. Edinburgh, 1818. 

Syo. 188. 

Contains pp. 449, with 18 plates. A 
▼alnable work, containing much novel and 
cnrions infimnation. Dr. (now Sir David) 
Brewster likewise published A Treatise 
on the Kaleidoscope, Edinb. 1819. 12mo. 6s. 
Treatise on the Microscope, Lond. 1837, 
post 6vo. 6s. Katural History of Magic, 
6th edition, 1842, 12ma 8s. 6d.; and'otber 
works. Editions of Ferguson's various 
workfl^ &c. Ac. 

— The Edinburgh Encjclopeedia. 

Edinb. 4to. 25 vols, plates, 10^. lOs. 
One of the best eneyclopsBdlas extant 
Some copies are printed upon labob papbr. 
Dr. Brewster likewise edited the £din> 
burgh Quarterly Journal of Science, First 
Series, 30 nos. ; Second Series, 18 nos., in all, 
82 nos. complete. Edinb. 18B6-82. 8vo. 

— James. Lectures upon our 
Lord's Sermon on the Mount. Edinb. 

and Lond. 1809. 8yo. 

A clear, Judicious, and discriminating 

— John, M.A. Parochial His- 
tory- and Antiquities of Stockton- 

upon-Tees. Stockton, 1796. 4to. 

Contains pp. 176, besides title, dedica- 
tion, list of subscribers and advertisement, 
4 pp. contents and list of eight plates, 2 pp. 
also index and errata, 2 pages. Dent, pt. 
i. 616^ russia, Us. labob papbb. Brodc- 
ett, 616, msila, U 6b. Beckford in 1817, 

— Lectures on the Acts of the 
Apostles, delirered in the Parish 
Church of Stockton-upon-Tees, dur- 


ing Lent, 1803-6. tiond. 1807. Sto. 

2 vols, -wiih maps. Second edit. 

Lond. 1830. 8to. 

This work, written in imitation of Bishop 
Porteus' Lectures on St Matthew's Gospel, 
is full of illustrations from the fathers and 
divines of various ages. 

— Contemplations on the last 

Discourses of our blessed Saviour 

with his Disciples, as recorded by 

St. John. Lond. 1822. 8yo. 10s. 6d. 
This writer has published several other 
esteemed theologiMl works. 

— SaqiueL Collectanea Eccle- 

siastica. Lond. 1752. 4to. lOs. 6d. 

In this work will be found a piece writ- 
ten by the celebrated Bishop Walton, en- 
titled ' A Tieatiae concerning the Payment 
of Tythes in London.' Williams, 248, 
1/. lls.6d. 

Bblut, Thomas. The Fisse- 
Froj^et, or certain Pisse-pot Lec- 
tures. Lond. 1637. 12mo. 

Beprinted 1679. 12mo. Inglis, 218, 7b. 

Bbioe, Andrew. Geographical 
Dictionary. Exeter, 1760. folio. 2 
vols. lOs. 6d. 

A laborious compilation, now almost ob- 

— History and Description, an- 
cient and modem, of the Ci^ of 

Exeter. Exeter. Svo. 

This incomplete work appeared in num- 
bers at sixpence, and on vutb papbb at 
ninepence each number. TiUe. dedication, 
and histOTy, pp. 1—44; pages 46 to 77 were 
never compilad; the history continued, 
pp. 77-216. Part ii. 82 pages, ending with 
the catchword ' The.' A plate of a Crom- 
lech and Logan stone is at p. 141. 

— Thomas. A compendious 

Begister in Metre^ conteining the 

Names and pacient Suffiryngs of the 

Membres of Jesus Christ and the 

tormented; and cruelly burned 

within England, &c. Lond. by Jhon 

Kyngston, 1559. small 8yo. 

Black letter, contains pp. 68. Dedicated 
to^LordePar, Marques of Northampton.' 
Bibl. Angb-Poet 79, 102. resold by Saun- 
ders in 1818, 12. lis. 6d. Another edition, 
without date, 8va Again 1689, S. Stafford. 
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Bbiceeii., John, M.D. Natural 
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Bbidall. See Bbtdaix. 

Bridegroom. — The Counterfeit 
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Bbid&e, Bey. Bewick. Lectures 
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A valuable introduction to the acienee. 

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T 2 




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BBiaHT, George, D.D. Tabulte 

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'Admirable lectures on Astronomy .*^- 
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BsiKiiET, John. Discourse proT- 
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— E-ev. Arthur. A short View 
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II. Is. 

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Ireland. Second Edition, with great Ad- 
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— David. CaUigrsphia, or the 

Arte of Faire "Writing. Sainct- 

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LQ the many notable and charitable 
Legacies of Sir James Cambel, 
Knight, and Alderman of Lon- 
don, deceased; worthy Imitation. 
Whereunto is annexed a Meteor 
and a Starre : or a brief and plea- 
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dence to his chosen, of the Edu- 
cation of Children, and of the 
Vertue of Love ; with other Poems. 

Lond. 1642 sm. 8vo. 

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Cambels dark's disaster, by making 
Books,' Lond. 1642, 4to, is in the Britisli 

— George, Abp. of Dublin. 
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of Ireland, during the Beigns of K. 
Henry VIII., Edward VI., and Q. 
Mary. Lond. 1681. 4to. 58. 

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the fifth volume of the Harleian Miscel- 

— Isaac Hawkins. Poems upon 
various Subjects, Latin and English. 
Lond. 1768. 8vo. with port, by S. F. 

Bavenet. 48. 

* Poems by his son, I. Hawkins Browne, 
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Inquiry in Metaphysics, Morals, and 
Religion, 8vo. 

— John. The Marchants Avizo. 

Lond. 1589. 4to. 

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68, with title, dedication, &c. 8 more. 
Beprinted 1616. 4to. 

— John, M.D. On the King's 

Evil. Lond. 1684. 8vo. 

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Bbowite, John SamueL Catalogue 
of Bishops^ containing the Succes- 
sion of Archbishops and Bishops of 
the Provinces ot Canterbury and 
York, from the glorious Revolution 
of 1688 to the present Time. Lond. 
1812. 8vo.pp. 38. 

— L^de. Catalogue veteris 

Mvi vani Gheneris Moniunentorum 

qxm Oimeliarchio Lyde Browne, 

Arm. Ant. Soc. apud Wimbledon 

asservantur. 1768. 8vo. 7s. 

Privately printed. A copy is iu the 
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— Rev. Moses. Poems on vari- 
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— Angling Sports, in nine pis- 
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1778. 8vo. 6s. 

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Walton and Cotton's Angler, and edited 
three editions. He published several other 
little works, chiefly religious. 

— Patrick, M.D. The civil and 

natural Histoiy of Jamaica, in three 

Parts, with fifty Copper-plates. 

Lond. 1766. folio. 1^. Is. or with 

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— Peter, Bishop of Cork and 
Boss. The Procedure, Extent, 
and Limits of human Understand- 
ing. Lond. 1729. 8vo. 8s. 6d. 

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a discourse ' Of Drinking in Bemembrance 
of the Dead.' Lond. 1716, 8vo. -A Dis* 
eonrse of Drinkii^; Healths.' Lond. 1716, 
8vo. 8s. 6d. &c 

— Sermons on various Subjects. 
DubUn, 1749. 8vo. 2 vols, 10s. 6d. 

These sermons, written against the So* 
cinians, are much admired for their manly 
and easy style. Beprlnted Lond. 1749, 
8vo. 2 vols. 

Browne, Bichard. Medicinamu- 

sica ; to which is annex'd an Essay 

on the Spleen and Yapours. Lond. 

1729. 8vo. 46. 

— Bobert. Booke which shew- 
eth the Life and Manners of all 
true Christians. Middleburgh, 1682. 

Contains 0, In fours; the last page 
blank. Inglis, 306, 6s. 6d. Nassau, pt i. 
610, 7s. Browne likewise publish&l ' A 
Treatise of Beformation/ and ' A Treatise 
upon the 23d Chapter of St. Matthew.' A 
particular account of this author, who is 
usually considered the founder of the Pu- 
ritans or Independents, thence frequently 
called Brownists, will be found in the Bio- 
graphia Britannica. 

— Sam. Collection of Merry 
Jokes, with the curious Story of 
the unfortunate French Pastrycook. 
8vo. 6s. 

— Thomas. Tomus alter et 
idem ; or the Historic of that &- 
mous Princesse Elizabeth. Lond. 
1629. 4to, with portrait of Elizabeth. 

According to Ant. ii Wood, a translation 
of Camden's second volume of his Annals. 
1689—1602, to which Browne has added 
an appendix, containing animadversions, 
corrections, and additions. Gordon, 357, 
Ids. Nassau, pt. i. 612, 5s. 613, 8s. 
Bindley, pt i. 906, 9s. It frequently ao- 
companies Darcie's Annals. 

' — Sir Thomas, Knt. M.D. Cer- 
tain miscellany Tracts. Lond. 1684. 
8vb. with portrait by P. Van- 

CoiUente. 1. Observations npon several 
Plants mentioned in Scripture. S. Of Gar- 
lands, and coronary or Garden-plants. 8. 
Of the Fishes eaten by our Saviour with 
his Disciples, after his Besurrection from 
the Dead. 4. Answer to certain Enquiries 
relating to Fishes, Birds, Insects. 6. Of 
Hawks and Falconry. 6. Of Cymbals, 
&o. 7. Of Bopalie, or gradual Verses. Ac 
8. Of Languages, and particularly of the 
Saxon Tongue. 9. Or Artlfioial Hills, 
Mounts, or Barrows in many Parts of 
England. 10. What Place is meant by 
that name. 11. Of the Answers of the 
Oracle of Apollo at Delphos to Croesus, 
King of Lydia. 12. A Prophecy concera- 
ing the future State of several Matious. 




18t Mu88Bum claasnxn, or Bibliofheca ab- 
Bcondita, &c, 

Bbowne, Sir Thomas. The Works 
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Kt. Doctor of Physick, late of Nor- 
wich. Lond. 1686. fol. 

Prefixed i8 a, portrait of the author, by 
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Content*. 1. Enquiries into vulgar and 
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BnowinB, Thomas. Story of the 
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— De Maria Scotonun Begina, 
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tragica plane Historia. (Lond. 
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— Ane Detectioun of the Doingis 

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&c. Translatit out of Latine quhilk 

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— Histoire de Marie Boyne 

d'Escosse touchant la Coniuration 

fidcte contre le Boy, et TAdult^re 

conunis auec le Comte de Bothwel, 

traduicte de Latin en Francois, par 

Thomas Waltem.^ Edimbourg par 

moy Thomaa Vvaltem, 1572. 16mo. 
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— De Jure Begni apud Scotos 

DialoguB. Edinburgi apud Joan. 

Boseum pro H. Chorteris (1579). 


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213, 12. Another edition, sine loco, 1679. 
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BnoHANAV, G-eorge. De Frosodia 
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— Poemata omnia, innumeris 

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Eglisemmio et Giorgio Buchanano. 

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— Memoirs of tlie life and 
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BuOKB, Charles. On the Beau- 
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BucKHTJEST, Earl of Dorset. 
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BucEiifGHAM, Gteorge VilUers, 
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BuDDEN, John. Ghilielmi Pat- 
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BuBGES, Anthony. Spiritual 
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BuEGES, Cornel. D.B. No Sa- 
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BuBGESS, Thomas, successively 
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— "William. Scriptural Confu- 
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BuROO, Dominicus de. Libellus 

Bupplex ecclesiasticorum Hiber- 

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— Gio Battista de. Viaggio 
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Btjbgotnb, Lieut-Q«n. John. 
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BuBHiLL, Robert, D.D. Invi- 

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optimimi de Elizabeths nuper Ke- 

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ventu, &c. Oxon. 1603. 4to. 

An account of the works of Burhill, who, 
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of great reading and profound judgment, 
was well vers'd in the fathers and school- 
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BuBKE, Bt. Hon. Edmund. 
Works. Lond. 1792—1827. 4to. 8 

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Lond. 1839, in 1 vol. 8vo. 10s. 6d Fifth 
edition, enlarged, post 8vo. (Bohn's British, 
CUssics), 1864, 8s. 6d. A valuable addition 
to English biography. 

[Account of the European Settlements 
in America, 1757. 8vo. 2 vols. maps. 
Again, 1765 and 1770. 

Reflections on the French Revolution, 
1790. 8vo. 

Philosophical Enquiry into the origin of 
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8vo. 1773.] 

— John. Dictionary of the Peer- 
age and Baronetage of the British 

Empire, &c. Lond. 1828. 

[Tnis work has since been republished 
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1868. 11. 18s. Many other heraldic works 
have been published by John and his son, 
John Bernard Burke, which will be noted 
in the Appendix. We may here note: 


LAKD, comprising a Registry of all Ar- 
morial Bearings from the earliest to the 
present time, including the late grants by 
the College of Arms. Third edition, with a 
Supplement. Lond. Bohn, 1844. 11. Is. 

Royal Families of England, Scotland, 
AND Wales, with their descendants. Sove- 
reigns, and Subjects. Lond. Bohn, 1848- 
51. royal 8vo. 2 vols. 12. 48. 

Roll of Battle Abbst, annotated. 
Lond. 1848. square 12mo. with plates of 
Arms, 68. or with the Anns emblazoned, 

BuBEHEAD, Henry. A Tragedy 
of Colas Fury, or Lirenda's Miserie. 
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The Infallibility of the Romish Church 
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BxriorBT, Gilbert, Bishop of Sa- 
liisbiiry. Sermons oh Bev&cgl occa- 
sions, viz; 

1. 6tli Dec 1674, on Rom. xili. 5. 1675, 4to. 
1710, Svo. 2. aOth Jan. 1674-5, 2 Sam. i. 12. 
1675, 4to. with No. 1. 1710,8vo. 2*.18th July, 
1678, at the Funeral of Mrs. Anne Serle. 
1678, 4to. 8. 2d Sept 1680. Amos, iv. 11, 
12. 1680, 4to. 4. 22d Dec. 1680. Rev. iii. 
2, 8. 1681, 4to. 5. 80th Jan. 1680-1. Zach. 
vUi. 19. 1681, 4to. 6. 29th Sept. 1681. 
Matth. xU. 26. 1681, 4to. 7. 28th June, 



BuBNET — continued, 

1682. Psalm zxzvii. 87. 1682, 4to. 8. 6tb 
Not. 1681. Psalm xzil. 21. 1684, 4to. 9. 
S8dD6C.1688.Psalmcxvlil.28.1689,4to. 10. 
31st JaB. 1688-9. Psalm czliv. 16. 1689, 4to. 
11. 11th April, 1689. 2 Sam. xzUi. 3, 4. 
1689, 4to. 12. 5th Not. 1689. Micah, tI. 6. 
1689, 4to. 13. 26th Not. 1689. Acts Tii.l6. 
1689, 4to. 14. 26th Dee. 1689. 1 Tim. iii. 
16. 1690, 4to. 15. 12th Mar. 1689-90. Luke 
xix. 41, 42. 1690, 4to. 16. 16th July, 1690. 
PsaL IxxxT. 8. 1690, 4to. 17. 19th Oct. 1690. 
Psalm cxliT. 10, 11. 1690, 4to. 18. 19th 
Feb. 1690-1. Prov. xxxi. 30, 31. 1691, 4to. 
19. 29th April, 1691. Psalm zii. 1. 1691, 
4to. 20th. 26th Not. 1691. ProT. xx. 28. 
1691, 4to. 21. 7th Jan. 1691-2. Eocles. 11. 
26. 1692, 4to. 22. 11th March, 1693-4. 

1 Cor. i. 26. 1694, 4to. 23. 29th May, 
1694. Psalm ct. 6. 1694, 4to. 24. 30th 
Not. 1694. 2 Tim. It. 7. 1094, 4to. 25. 10th 
Feb. 1694^. 2 Cor. tI. 1. 1695, 4to. 26. 
26th Dec. 1696. Gal. It. 4. 1696, 4to. 27. 
7th March, 1696-7. Ephes. t. 1. 1697," 4to. 
28. 2(1 Dec. 1697. 2 Ghron. ix. 8. 1697, 4to. 
29. 25th April, 1698. GaL tI. lO, 1698, 4to. 
30. 25th March, 1700. Ptot.. xxTii. 5, 6. 
1700, 4to. 31. — Jan. 17034. 1 Cor. xU. 
26, 27. 1704. 4to. 32. 18th Feb. 17034. 
Malachii.ll. 1704, 4to. S3. — Oct 1704. 
PhiL ii. 1, 2. 1704, 4to. Prefixed is a 
charge giTen at the triennial Tisitation of 
the Diocese of Salisbury in October, 1704. 
34. 10th March, 1705-6. Psalm xlix. 20. 
1706, 4to. 86. 25th March, 1706. Matth. 
xxiT. 12, 4to. 36. 27th June, 1706. Deut. 
It. 6, 7, 8, 8to. 37. Slst Dec. 1706. Psalm 
Ixxii. 4. 1707, 8to. 38. 29th May, 1710. 
Matth. xxii. 21. 1710, 8to. 39 & 40. 5th and 
7th Not. 1710. Psalm cxUt. 16. 1710. 8to. 
41. 2d April, 1711. Psalm cxxii. 6, 7,8, 9. 
1711, 4to. 42. 29th March, 1714. Daniel, 
iT.27 1714,8to. 43. — 1714. Acts, xx. 28, 
4to. With this sermon is a charge giTen 
at the triennial Tisitation of the Diocese 
of Salisbury, 1714. 44. 31st Oct. 1714. 
Psalm ii. 10, 11, 8to. 45. 5th June, 1689. 

2 Chron. xt. 2. 46. 27th Oct 1692. Exod. 
It. 13. 47. 16 March, 1701-2. Isaiah, xlix. 
33. 48. Against Popery, near the end of 
the reign of K. Charles II. Ephes. i. 3. 
48 & 50. 20th July, 1683, before the Lord 
Wm. Russell, BeT. xIt. 18. Psalm xxiii.4. 
51. Upon Death,— 1705. Eocles. xli. 7. 52. 
Upon the Lotc of God. Matth. xxii. 36, 
86, 37, 38. 58. Upon the Loto of our 
Neighbour. Matth. xxU. 89, 40. 64. 
Against Peijury. LeTit. zix. 12. 66. Of 
the Nature of Oaths, and against profane 
Swearing. James t. 12. 66. Upon keeping 
holy the Sabbath-day. Exod. xx. 8, 9, 10, 
11. 57. Against Adultery and Unclean- 
ness. Heb. xiii. 4. 66. Against Drunken- 
ness. Ephes. T. 18. 

Nos. 3^82 inclusiTe are in the collection 
of tracts and sermoosi written and pub- 


lished in the years 1677-1704. 1704. 4io. 8 
Tols. Nos. 45—58 were printed in 1713. 
8to. entitled ' Some Sennons preached on 
seTeral occasions, &g.' 

In the BeT. Sampson Letsome's work 
entitled 'The Preacher's Assistant,' the 
following two sermons on Ephes. t. 1^ 
1678. 4to. and on 2 Tim. i. 6, 1689. 4to. are 
(probably erroneously) ascribed to Bishop 

Memorin saemm GOb. Burnet. Salisb. 
Episc. EJusdem Epitaphium. 1714-16. fol. 

A Character of the Bishop of Sarum: 
with a true Copy of his last Will and 
Testament. Lend. 1716. 8to. 2s. 6d. 

A Life, Character, and an Account ot 
the Writings of Bishop Burnet, by John 
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A Character of Bishop Burnet. In Mis- 
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[Mrs. Burnet, the wife of the Bishop, 
published A Method of DeTotion; or, 
Rules for holy and dcTout liTing, with 
prayers. To which is added an Acconut 
of her Life, by T.Goodwyn. Lond. 1709. 

Subnet, Rev. Gilbert Practical 
Sermons (48) on varions Subjects. 
Lond. 1747. 8to. 2 vols, 

— John. Practical Hints on 
Composition in Painting, iUustrated 
by Examples from the. great Mas- 
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Dutch Schools, Lond. 1822. 4to. 


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brandt and his works. Lond. 1848. 4to. 
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— Thomas, D.D., of the Charter 
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Earth. Lond. 1759. $vo. 2 vols. 98. 

Best edition. WiUlaihs, 811, 12. 13s. 
This Book may be consic'iered the master- 
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the grandeur of its ^ imagery. It was an- 
swered by Warren./ Bp. Croft, Keill, and 
Whiston : to all of whom Dr. Burnet re- 
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See Betr. Rev. ytL 13842. 




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BuBNET, Thomas. Second Tale 
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*This spurious second part went through 
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'There is one English Poem, the title 
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it is our Satyre M^nipp^ blended toge- 
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Campion, Edmund. A true Ee- 
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Edmvndi Campianl lesvite Rationes 
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Edmvndi Campiani Opuscula omnia 
nunc primum e MS. edita. Mediol. 1625, 

Campion, Edmund. See Muitday, An- 
thony. Charkb, William. Hanmeb, Me- 
redith. Ellyot, George. Whitakkb, 
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Campion, Thomas. Observa- 
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explode what be terms ' the childish titi- 
lation of riming.' 

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Songs (7) of Mourning: bewailing the 
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A collection of tracts, illustrated with 
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Canning, Gfeorge. Poems. Lond. 

1767. 4to. 

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Canticles. See Solomon's Song. 

CAifTiLTJPE, S. Thomas. The 
Life and Gests of S. Thomas Can- 
tilupe, Bishop of Hereford, Lord 
Chancellor of England. Collected 
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Reed, 4721, lis. 6d. Roxburghe, 233, 
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Cantus, Songs and Fancies to 
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First edition, Aberdeen, 1662. Second 
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Canttte, King of Denmark and 
of England. Canuti Begis et Mar- 
tyris Historia. Hafiiise, 1602. 
Cough, 724, 11. 23. See Gouoh, Richard. 
Cap and the Head, a pleasant 
dialogue. Imp. by H. Denham, 
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On the fantastic fitshions of the reign 
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Caoubsin (Wm). The dylectable I 
newesse and tithyngoB of the 
glorious yictorye of the BhodTuifi 
agaynestthe Turkes, translated nrom 
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Capell, Edward. Prolusions; 
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1760. 8vo. 

Cmtenta, — 1. The not browns Msyde; 
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Capito, Wolfgangus. An Epi* 
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Cappb, Newcome. Critical Re- 
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Disoouraes on the Providence and Go- 
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Oapbiata, Peter John. History 
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578,138. . ,_^^ 

Captain, The Captive — , 1665. 

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Capucin Escossois, Histoire mer- 

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Cabaccioli, Charles. The An- 
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Lond. 1766, 8vo. 

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Cabadoc of Lhancarvan. His- 
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Caramania.— The secret History 
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1 A licentious publication by Mrs. Eliza 

Cabatb, August, de. History of 
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1 the Prouinces of Peru, in the South 




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1S81. 4to. 

Cabafbius, Emperor in Britain. 
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Casatxlla Epirota, Joannes. 
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Caed, Henry. The History of 
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H. Card likewise pabllstbed 

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Literary Recreations. Lond. 1809, 8vo. 

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CaeDonne, D.D. de. Miscellany 

of Eastern lieaming, translated 

I from Tnrkish, Arabian, and Persian 

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King of France, translated into 

English. Lond. 1770. 12mo. 2 

vols. 5s. 

Cabdovkel, Adam de. Nmnis- 

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pieces. Lond. W. G. 1662. 8vo. 

Portraits of Charles II. and Ca- 

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Cabpb. — A short and plaine Dia* 
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Caeeles, John. Certeyne godly 
and comfortable Letters (3) written 
in the Time of his Lnprisonment* 

1566. 18mo. 

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Cabeless, Franck. i. e. Bichard 

Cabew, Bampfylde-Moore. An 
Apology for the Life of Bampfylde- 
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Lond. 1749. 8vo. Ss. 

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oompleat Mumper, ezemplifyM in the bold 
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By Tho. Price. Lond. 8vo. [Also a large 
fbl. Broadside, with woodcut portrait, rare.] 

— Lady Elizabeth. The Tragedie 

of Mariam, the fsdre Queene of 

lewry. Lond. Th. Creede, 1613. 


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— George. The Title and In- 
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other Creditors of WiUiam Courten, 
to several Mannors and Lands with- 
in the Counties of Worcester and 
Gloucester asserted. Lond. 1659. foL 

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A Discourse addressed to Denzill Lord 
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ment of his MajestieB Revenues: &c 1861, 

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and Sir Paul Pyndar. Lond. 1681, folio. 

Cabew, Bichard. Survey of Corn- 
wall: to ^hich are added, Notes by 
the late Thomas Tonkin, and now 
first published from the original 
MSS. by Francis, Lord Be Bunstan- 
ville. Likewise, a Journal or Mi- 
nutes of the Convocation of a Par- 
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the Yev 1710. The Grant of the 
Sheriffalty to Edward Buke of 

Cornwall, &c. Lond. 1811. 4to. 

The best edition, with a portrait of the 
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642, 11. lis. Although more Histories of 
Cornwall have been written than of any 
other county, they are all wretched pro- 
ductions ; and the Survey of Carew re- 
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accurate and satisfactory. 

First Edition. Lond. S. S. for John Jag- 
gard. 1602, 4to. B — Ss 8, with corrections, 
1 folio, and the table of the second booke, 
4 folios, besides the title, a dedication to 
Sir Walter Raleigh, Knt. 2 pages, to the 
reader, the prosopopeia to the booke, and 
the table of the first booke, 4 folios. Bind- 
ley, pt. ii. 132, 6s. Dent, pt. i. 640, mor. 
7s. White Knights, 916, morocco, 12. 48. 
In the Library of the Royal Institution is 
a copy, witii arms in trick, by W. Burton, 
described in Rawlinson's English Topo- 
gnrapher, p. 20. Another edition, with an 
Epistle concerning the Excellencies of 
the English Tongue; and the Life of the 
author by Hugh Carew, Lond. 1723, 
4to. Dent, pt. 1. 641, 14s. large papbr. 
Duke of Grafton, 898, 13s. 6d. Nassau, 
pt. 1. 641, morocco, 22. 8s. Reprinted, with 
no other addition than a list of subscribers 
of six pages, 1769, 4to. Drury, 778, russia, 
19s. Heath, 4708, 12. 88. 

— Thomas. Poems, Songs and 

Sonnets; together with a Mask. 

[Edited by T. Maitland, afterwards 

Lord Bundrennan.] Edinb. 1824. 

crown 8vo. 

126 printed. CareVs Sonnets were 
more in request, between 1680 and 1640, 
tiian anv poet's of his time. They were 
many of them set to music by H. and 
W. Lawes, and other eminent compoBers. 
Al. Chalmers has fnduded them in his 
edition of the Poets, and notices of them 
will be found in the Retr. Rev. vi. 224-87, 
and Quart. Rev. iv. 166-76. First Edition , 
Lond. 1640, small 8vo. pp. 264. The Maaqos 




his a wparate titto-pftge. Nasaan, pt L 
613, 7b. BibL Anglo-Poet 148, IL la.— 
Second Edition. Lond. 1643. Ganrick. 
906, 6a. Naaaan, pt. i. 614^ Ta.^Third 
Edition. Lond. 1661, small 8vo. pp. 224. 
BibL Anglo-Poet. 149, 128.— Fourtb Edi- 
tion. Lond. 1970, Bto. pp. 282. BibL Anglo- 
Poet 160, 10a. 6d.— 1772, ISmo. Ss. Heath, 
1761, 6t. BibL Anglo.Poet 161, 9b. 

A Selection from the Poetical Works of 
Thomas Carew (By John Fry, of Bristol). 
Loud. 1810, small 8vo. pp. 96, 4s. A very 
insignificant performance. 

CoBlam Britannicum, a Maske at White- 
hall in the Banqvetting-Hovse, on Shrove- 
Tresday-Night, the 18 of Febmary, 1638. 
Lond. 1634, 4to. Field, 186, 8b. Box- 
burghe, 4646. 8s. HoUis, 218, 6b. Rhodes, 
709, II. lis. 6d. Dent, pt IL 1S80, IL lis. 6d. 
This masqne has been erroneously ascribed 
to Sir Wm. Davenant, and is inserted in 
his works. 1673, folio. 

Cabew, Thomas. Historical Ac- 
count of tiie Bights of Elections of 
ihe several Counties, Cities, and Bo- 
roughs of Gh*eat Britain, collected 
from Public Becords and the Jour- 
nals of Parliament, with a PrefEUse. 

Lond. 1755. foUo. 

Nassau, pt. i. 882, 2L 5s. 
Cabey, Henry. Poems on several 

Occasions. Lond. 1729. 4to. 

Prefixed is a portrait of Carey by Faber 
after J.Worsdale. Bindley, pt 1. 2218, 4s. 
BibL Anglo-Poet 119. 

Mnsioal Century in 100 English Ballads 
set to Music. 1787, folio, 2 vols, with por^ 
trait by Faber. Bindley, pt i. 1139, 128. 

Dramatic Works. Lond. 1743, 4to. Reed, 
7783. 88. Bindley, pt i. 1837, mor. 78. 
Boxbnrghe, 8936, 9s. 6d. BibL Anglo-Poet 
119. This collection does not contain a 
faroe by Carey, entitled Hanging and 
Marriage. 1722, 12mo. Rhodes, 711, 48. 

— Patrick. Trivial Poems and 
Triolets (1651). By P. Carey. Edited 
from the original MS. with a Pre- 
face, by Walter Scott. Edinb. 1820. 
4to. 158. 

These poems were previously printed, of 
which Sir Walter Scott was not aware. 

— William, D.I). Ghnmmar of 
the Sungskrit Language : to which 
are add^ Examples &r the Exer- 
cise of the Student, and a complete 
List of the Dhatoos or Boots, with 
an Appendix. Serampore, 1806. 
royal 4to. SI. 8b. 

An admirable work, consisting of 906 

J>p. App. 106^ and index 24 pp., and 6 
eaves of errata. The former edition, 
1804, 4to. 

Dialogues intended to fiMilitate the Ae- 
quiring of the Bengalee Language. Se- 
rampore, 1801, 8to. 18b. Tluurd edition, 
181CC Svo. 

Grammar of the Bengalee Language. 
Serampore, 1801, 8to. 1804, 4to. Seeood 
edition, 1806, 8to. Fourth edition. Seram- 
pore, 1818, 8to. 

Dictionary of the Bengalee Langnage, 
in which tlie Words are traced to tiielr 
Origin and their various Meaidngs given. 
Serampore, 1815, 4to. 3 vols. 6L 6s. Se- 
rampore, 1826, 4to. 8 vols. An abridged 
edition. Serampore, 1887, 8vo. 2 nda. 

Grammar of the Mahratta Language. 
Serampore, 1806, 8vo. Second edition, 
1808, 8vo. 

Dictionary of the Mahratta Language. 
Serampore, 1810, 8va 

Grammar of the Punjabee Language. 
Serampore, 1812, 8vo. 12s. 

Grammar of the Telinga Language. Se- 
rampore, 1814, 8vo. 16s. 

Grammar of the Kumata Language. 
Serampore, 1817, 8vo. 

History of Raja Pratap Aditiya, the 
late King of the Island of Sangor, in the 
Bengalee Language. Serampore, 1801, 8vo. 

Grammar of the Burman Language. By 
(Felix Carey) his son. Serampore, 181^ 

Caribbeeana, containing Ijetters 

and Dissertations, togemer with 

Poetical Essays, written by several 

Hands in the West Indies. Lond. 

1741. 4to. 2 vols. 

Marq. of Townshend, 696, 6s. Nasaaa. 
pt. i. 643, lis. 

Caribee Islands. — ^Laws, 1690- 
1780. 1734. foUo, li. Is. 

Caricatures. ^e«GB06B,GiLLBAT, 

Cabib. See Caby. 

Gabieb, Benjamin, D.D. A 
Missive to his Maj. of Gh*eat Bri- 
tain K. Jam. containing the Mo- 
tives of his Conversion to the Cath. 
Religion, &c. Liese, 1614. Svo. 

In 1649 were printed two impressions of 
the missive in 8vo. said in the title to be 
printed at Paris, but in truth, says Ant. & 
Wood, at London, with a large preface and 
marginal notes to it by N. Strange, a Bom. 
Cath. The work was answered by Geo. 
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See Ecclesiastical Discipline; Fibld, 
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CABTWBiChHT, William. Come- 
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Of the signal Days in the Month of Nov. 
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Casthe, Thomas. Itinerarivm. 

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Caevb, Thomas. Bespousio veri- 
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Bruodini Hibemi Ord. Min. Strict. 
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Pp. 260 (title page included)— a blank 
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— Catho pro Pueris. Londoniis 

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Cato. — Parvus Chatho, and Mag- 
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Printed by Caxton. The entire work, 
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Heniy the Second, about the year 1180.' 
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George III., Earl Spencer, and St. John's 
Coll. Oxford. See Ames, by Dibdin, i. 200- 
1. Bibl. Spencer. iv.264*-6*. Warton'a 
Poetry, Svo. iii. 6-7. 466, note y. 

Cato Christianus. In quern co- 
niiciuntur ea omnia, quae in scusris 
Literis ad Parentum, Puerorumque 
Pietatem yidentur maxim^ perti- 
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Cato turned wrong side outward. 
See Dedeeindus, F. N. 

Cato's Letters. Lond. 1755. 
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Thdse letters, commencing Nov. 1720, 
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writtei^ by John Trenchard and Thomas 
Gordon. Other editions, 1724, 1787, 1748^ 
12mo. 4 vols. 

Catbof, E. Francis. TheBoman 
History: with Notes. Done into 
English from the original Frenoh 



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Bouill^ (by B. Bundj). Lond. 

1728-37. folio. 6 vols, plates. 

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The Herculean Labour; or the Angsean 
Stable cleansed: being remarks on Mr. 
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Cattan*, Christ. G^omancie, 
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— Caius Val. Catullus, et in 
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Caxton, William. The Croni- 
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FevBE, Raool le. Recueil des Hlstoires 
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Russell, Job. Froposltio, n.d. 4to. 

FsvKB. Kaoul le. Recnyell of the His- 
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Fs^LMS. Medltacions sur les sept 
Fseaulmes Penitenciaulx, before 1474, fol. 

Chbss.— The Game and Playe of the 
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GoBDTALB, (in French) " Les qnatre der- 
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Fbvbs, Raoul le. The hoole lyf of 
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Chauobb, Geoffrey. The Book of the 
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Christine of Pisa. The moral Pro- 
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GHAnGEB.and Lydgate'b Minor Poems, 
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Boethius, a. M. T. S. The Boke of Gon- 
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Chess. — Game and play of the Cheese, se- 
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Cato. — ^Parvus Catho. n. d. folio. Tmo 
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Caztok, William. The Cronicles of 
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Lydoatb, John. The Werke of Sat 
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Bbynabd the Fox.— The Historye of 
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&c. 1481, folio. 

GoDFBBY of Bullogne.— The last Siege 
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GtriLBYiLLB, Gnll. de. Pylgremage of 
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Knyght of the Tonre, 1488, folio. 

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(1484^), foL 

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Anglorum instauranda Libri decern. 

Huic accessit in Laudem Henric^ 

YIIT. Carmen panegyricnm. Item 

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GHAMBAin), Lewis. Dictionary 

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Ghahbeb, John. Treatise against 

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4to. 78. L. p. 10s. 6d. 

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OHAMBEBLAnni, John. Imitations 
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Chambeblatne, Edward. The 
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— Angliee Notitia: or the pre- 
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Continued by his son, see next article, 
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[The Rise and Fall of Count Olivares. 
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Ohambeblaynb, John. Magn» 
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1755. 8to. 

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Chambeelen, Paul. An im- 
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Chambess, Ephraim. Cyclopee- 
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Abraham Bees, D.D. Lend. 1788 

— 91. folio. 4 vols. 

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— John. Harmony of the four 




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( HAiiBEBS, John. History of 
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Antwerp, 1606. 

Chambers was the first confessor to the 
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Heroic Epistle to Sir Wm. Chambers. 
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Chambee, David. Histoire ab- 

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Discovrs de la legitime Svccession des 
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— M. 0. de la. Art how to 

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Chajndleb, Edward, successively 
Bishop of Covent^ and Litchfield, 
and of Durham. Defence of Chris- 
tianity from the Prophecies of the 
old Testament. Lond. 1725. 8vo. 

— A Vindication of the Defence. 
Lond. 1728. 2 vols- Svo. 

A very able, learned, and masterly work, 
written in answer to Collins's Scheme of 
literal Prophecy. WilUams, 417, U 68. 
418, i;. 9s. 

— Bichard, D.D. Travels in 
Asia Minor and in Greece. Lond. 

1817. 4to. 2 vols. 

These valuable travels, highly interest- 
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Drury, 821, 19s. 6d. Travels in Asia Mi- 
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68. — Second edition. Lond. 1776, 4to. — 
Travels in Greece. Oxford, 1776, 4ta— 
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2646, 4{. 10s. Beckford in 1817, 42, 42. 4a. 
New edition, with an account of the 
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Marmora Oxoniensia. Ozonii. ' 1768, 
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Dent, pt. i. 667, with the original drawings 
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Inscriptiones antiqvae, pleiaeqve ]i<m- 
dvm editae, in Asia Minori et Qra«cia, 
praesertim Athenls, collectae, cvm Appen- 
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The Life of William Waynflete, Bishop 
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62. 2s. 6d. 

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Chakdleb, Samuel, D.D. A cri- 
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David. Lond. 1766. 8vo. 2 vols. 

An Important and highly-esteemed work, 
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publications. Bindley, pt. i. 978, 16s. Goa- 
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8vo. 8s. 6d. 

A Vindication of the Christian Religion, 
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A Paraphrase and critical Commentary 
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48. 6d. 

History of Persecution, from the Patri- 
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Lond. 1786. 8vo. with plates. Gosset, 
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A Review of the History of the Han 
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Chantbeau, Peter Nicholas. 

Voyages dans les trois Boyaumes 

d'Angleterre, d'Ecosse, et d'lre- 

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3 vols. 10s. 6d. 

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Philosophical, political and literary Tra- 
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Chaplain. — The Family Chap- 
lain. 1775. 2 vols. 

WiUiams, 700, 2Z. 

Chapman, Gi^orge. Poetical and 

other Works, viz. 

ZxlavvKToc. The Shadow of Night : con- 
taining two poeticall Hymnes. Deulsed 
by G. C. Gent. Lond. 1604, 4to. Pp. 40. 
Dedicated to 'Master Mathew Roydon.' 
Steevens, 793. Reed, 6707, 11. Sir M. M. 
Sykes, pt. 1. 701, morooeo. SI. Ss. Bibl. 
Anglo.-Poet. 97, morocco, 261. Hayley, 8^. 
Bright, 1606, 62. 12s. 6d. 

Quids Banquet of Sence. A Coronet for 
his Mistresse Phllosophle, and his amo- 
rous Zodlacke. With a Translation of a 
Latine Coppie, written by a Fryer, Anno 
Dom. 1400. Lond. by I. R. for Mchard 
Smith, 1606, 4to. Pp. 68. Dedicated to 
Mathew Royden, after which are commen- 




ChafuaN — continued, 
datory verses, by Kichard Stapleton, Tho. 
WilliamB and I. D. of the Middle Temple. 
Bibl. Anglo-Poet 96, inor. 261. Steerens, 
792, 192. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 702, date 
1695 ? morocco, 182. Resold, Bright, 162. 16b. 
Another edition. Lond. 1639, 12mo. This 
edition has neither the dedication nor 
commendatory yenies. 

The blindeBegger of Alexandria. Lond. 
1698, 4to. F. in foiin. Rhodes, 745, H. 68. 
IngUs' Old Plays, 28, 62. 10s. 

A pleasant Comedy intituled an hume- 
roiis Dayes Myrth. Lond. 1699, 4to. No 
division. H 2, in fours. Roxburghe, 4682, 

All Fooles, a Comedy. Lond. 1605, 4to. 
Roxbnrghe, 4673, 7b. Rhodes, 746, lis. 
Reed, 7762, lis. 6d. Reprinted in Dods- 
ley's Collection. 

Eastward Hoe : as it was play'd in the 
Blackfriers. Made by Geo: Chapman, 
Ben: Jonson, loh. Marston. Lond. 1606, 
4to. It is said that for writing this come- 
dy, wherein the authors were accused of 
reflecting on the Scots, they were com- 
mitted to prison, and were in danger of 
losing their ears and noses. The offensive 
parts are omitted in most copies. From 
the Eastward Hoe, Hogarth is supposed to 
have taken the plan of his set of prints, 
called 'The industrious and idle Prentices.^ 
Roxburghe, 4580, 16s. 6d. Rhodes, 747, 12. 
Ualliwell, May, 1856, 12. 148. Field, 149, 
with the cancelled passages, 12. Ss. Re- 
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Monsievr D'Olive, a Comedie. Lond. 

1606, 4to. Roxburghe, 4585, 10s. 6d. Bos- 
well, 609, 18s. Rhodes. 749, 18s. Reed, 
7748, 12. lOs. Inglis' Old Plays, 15. 12. lis. 
Sotbeby, 1881, 82. 10s. Reprinted in 'Old 
Plays,' 1816, vol. iii. 

The Gentleman Ysher. Lond. 1606, 4to. 
Roxburghe, 4581, 78. 6d. Inglis' Old Plays, 
16, 12. 7s. Reed, 7747, 12. 16s. Rhodes, 
748. 12. Is. 

BusHy d'Ambois: a Tragedie, Lond. 

1607, 4to. Inglis' Old Plays, 17, 12. 10s. 
Reprinted 1608. Rhodes, 751, 98. Bind- 
1^, pt. i. 2187, 9s.— 1616.— 1641. Rhodes, 
752, Is.— 1646. Reprinted in ' Old Plays,^ 
1816. vol. ill. 

TheConspiracleand Tragedie of Charles 
Duke of Byron. Lond. 1608, 4to. Rox- 
burghe, 4578, 8s. 6d. White Knights, 150, 
188. Inglis' Old Plays, 19, 12. 6a Re- 
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Rhodes, 758, 88. Roxburghe, 4579, 68. 

EvthymUe Raptus; or the Teares of 
Peace: with Interlocutions. Lond. 1609, 
4to. A— F 2, 22 leaves. Steevens, 794. 
Bibl.Anglo.Poet 902, 82. 18s. 6d. Sotheby, 
I>eo. 1854, mor. 22. 6b. 

May Day, a wittie Comedie. Lond. 
1611, 4to. Boswell, 1678, 78. White 
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bnrghe, 4688, 168. Inglis' Old Plays, », 
12. 68. Reprinted iu 'Old Plays,^ 1B16, 
vol. iv. 

An Epicede, or funerall Song on ibe 
most Disastrovs Death of Henry, Prince of 
Wales. Lond. 1612, 4to. pp. 82, and plate 
of the Hearse, by Hole. Dedicated to 
Mr. Henry Jones. Steevens, 793. Reed, 
6708, 138. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt i. 708, 
morocco, 42. lOs. pt. iii. 76, 12. Ss. BtbL 
Anglo-Poet 99, morocco, 102. Dedication 
often wanting. 

The funerals of the High and Hlgfaty 
Prince Henry, Prince of Wales. Lond. 
1618, 4to. Heber, with the Epicede, and 
folding-plate of the Herse, 42. 168. 

The Widowes Teares, a Comedie. Lond. 
1612, 4to. Rhodes, 755, 68. Roxburghe, 
4686, 78. Field, 153, 12. 48. Reprinted in 
Dodsley's Collection. 

The Revenge of Bussy d'Ambois, 
Lond. 1618, 4to. Rhodes, 756, 19s. Rox- 
burghe, 4576, 12. Ss. Inglis' Old Plays, 18, 
22. 2s. White Knights, 42. 10s. 

The memorable Maske of the two ho- 
norable Houses or Inns of Court; the 
Middle Temple and Lyncolnes Inne, as it 
was performed before the King at White- 
hall, on Shrove Mnnday at Night, being 
the 16th of Feb. 1618, at the Nuptialls of 
the Palsgrave, and this thrice gracious 
Princesse Elizabeth, &c. Lond. (1614), 4to. 
Dedicated to Sir E. Philipps, Master of the 
Rolls. This masque, the machinery of 
which was by Inlgo Jones, costupwards of 
10602. Hollis, 229, 13s. Roxburghe, 4584, 
12. 28. Dent, pt i. 795, 62. Rhodes, 757, 
72. 28. 6d. Reprinted in NichoLs' Pxx>. 
gresses of K. James I. 

Andromeda liberata : or the Nvptials of 
Persevs and Andromeda. Lond. 1614, 4to. 
Steevens, 793. Forster, 907, 14s. ferry, 
42.1s. Bright, 22. 78. 

Collation. Title Page. To the Reader. 
The Argument Poetical dedication to 
the Earl of Somerset, six leaves. The 
poem 17 leaves. Twenty-six leaves. ' De- 
dicated by a large poetical epistle to Ro- 
bert Earl of Somereet, and Frances his 
Countess; but this being not rightly un- 
derstood, amd carped at by many, came out 
soon after a pamphlet written in prose and 
poetry, entitled ' A free and offenceless Joa- 
tificatlon of a late Poem, entitled Andro- 
meda Liberata.' Lond. 1614, in two sheets 
4to. pen'd, I presume, by Chapman.' — 
Ant. 4 Wood. Reed, 7749. North, pt Iii. 
777, russia, ISs. Perry, 32. 98. Bright, 

Eugenia: or true Nobilities Trance: 
For the most memorable Death of the th rice 
noble and religiovs William Lord RnsseL 
&c. Diuided into foure Vigils of the Night. 
Anno 1614, 4to. Pp. 44, not numbered, 
Steevens, 798. 

Two Wise Men and all the rest Fooles. 




Ceafmak — continued. 
or a oomicall Moral, censuring the FoUiea 
of this Age, as it hath been divers Times 
acted. 1619, 4to. This play, published 
anonymously, consists of seven Acts. In- 
glis' Old PUys, 21, 22. 198. Bhodes, 768, 
4^ Is. Bright, 21. 28. 

Pro Yere Autamni Lachrymae, to the 
Memorleof Sir Horatio Yere. Lond. 1622, 
4to. Steevens, 793. Bright, 82. 19s. 

A lustification of a strange Action of 
Nero; In burying with a solemne Fvnerall 
one of the cast Hayres of his Mistresse 
Poppea. Also a lust Beproofe of a Ro- 
mano smell-Feast, being the fifth Satire of 
Iweuall. Translated by Geoi^e Chap- 
man. Lond. 1629, 4to. Dedicated to 
Bichard Hubert, Esq. This publication 
of Creorge Chapman is mentioned by 
Kitson as two works. See Collier's Poet. 
Decam. ii. 60—4. Steevens, 793. Inglis, 
848, 11. lOs. Bright, 21. 2s. 
-Cesar and Pompey, a Roman Tragedy, 
declaring their Warres. Out of whose 
Events is evicted this Proposition ; enly a 
just Man is a free Man. By G eorge Chap- 
man. Lond. 1631, 4to. There is no earlier 
edition of this play, nor was it ever in- 
tended for the stage. Roxburgbe, 4576, 
2s. Rhodes, 769, 7s. 6d. Some copies are 
entitled The Warres of Pompey and 
Cnsar, &c. Rhodes, 761, 6s. Boswell, 
610, lOs. Reprinted 1653, 4to. Rhodes, 
762, 28. 

The Ball, a Comedy, written by George 
Chapman and James Shirley. Lond. 1639, 
4to. Ss. 6d. Reprinted in vol. 1 of The 
Old English Drama. Lond. 1825. 

The Tragedie of Chabot, Admirall of 
France : written by George Chapman and 
James Shirley. Lond. 1689, 4to. Rox- 
burghe, 4577, 5s. 

Revenge for Honour, a Tragedie. Lond. 
1654. 4to. Rhodes, 764, 168. Reprinted 
1659, 4to. 

The Tragedy of Alphonsus, Emperor of 
Germany, Lond. 1664, 4to. Rhodes, 763, 
8s. 6d. Roxburghe, 4574, 6s. Inglis' Old 
Plays, 22, 13s. Bindley, pt. i. 2188, date 
1648, with Cesar and Pompey, 1631, 16s. 

Noahs Flovd. 4to. Erroneously assigned 
to George Chapman by Rltson, but writ- 
ten by Drayton. 

The second Maiden's Tragedy. This 
forms no. 1 of * The Old English Drama.' 
Lond. 1826. 

See Mablowe, Christ. Hbsiod. Hohbb. 
MuBiBus. Petbabch. According to War- 
ton, Chapman ' contributed in no inconsi- 
derable degree to enrich and advance the 
Bnglish stage.' An account of Chapman 
and of his works will be found in the Re- 
trosp. Rev. iv. 833—81. v. 816— 22. Wood's 
Athen. Oxon. by Bliss, ii. 576—81. War- 
ton's Poetry, 8vo. iv. 274-6. 

Chapman, Henry. Thennfie i«- 

divivee : the City of Bath described ; 

with some observations on those 

Boveraign, Waters. ' Lond. 1763, 

4to. 5s. 

Pp. 23, including the title and two dedi- 

— John. A most true Beport 

of the miraculous moving and 

sinking of a Plot of Gfround about 

9 acres at Westram, in Kent, from 

the 18th Deer, till the 29th, 1596. 

4to. woodcut. 

Black letter. Bright, 71. 178. 6d. 

— John, D.D. Eusebius : or the 
true Christian's Defense against a late 
Book (by Morgan) entitul*d The 
Moral Philosopher. Camb. and 
Lond. 1739-41. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s. 

— Thomas, D.D. Essay on the 
Boman Senate, Camb. 1750. Svo. 

A work in some estimation, labqb 
PAPEB. Williams, 422, 16a. 

— WilUam. Observations on 
the various Systems of Canal Na- 
vigation. Lond. 1797. 4to. 68. 

Pp. 104, with 4 plates. 

Chapone, Mrs. Hester. Letters 

on the Improvement of the Mind. 

Lond. 1773. 12mo. 2 vols. 56, 
Frequently reprinted. 

Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. Lond. 
1775, 12mo. 3s. 

Posthumous Works, with an Account of 
her Life and Character. Second edition 
corrected, with some Additions. Lond. 
1808, 12mo. 2 vols. 88. 

A Letter toanewlymarried Lady. Lond. 
1777, 12mo. 

Chappe d'Auteroche. See D'Au- 


Chapfell, Bartholemew. Gar- 
den of Prudence, wherein is con- 
tained a Patheticall Discourse and 
godly Meditation most brieflie 
touching the Vanities of the World, 
the Calamities of Hell and the 

Felicities of Heaven.Lond.1595. Svo. 
Five sheets. Pp. 78. Dedicated to 
' Anne, Coimtesse of Warwick.' A notice 
of tliis little moral work,a mixttire of proKe 
and rhyme, will he foimd in the Restitata, 





ii. 60&-6. Bihl. Anglo-Poet. 166, 262. 
Sotheby's In 1821, IIZ. 10«. 

Chafpell, Edward, Ijieut. B.N. 
Karrative of a Voyage to Hudson's 
Bay, containing some Account of the 
north-eastern Coast of America: 
and of the Tribes inhabiting that 
remote r^on. Lond. 1817. 8to. 
8s. 6d. 

Of little Ytlae. 8m Quart. Rev. zyili. 

Voyagte of Us Hf^esty's Ship Rosamond 
to Newfoandland and the Southern Coast 
of Labrador. Lond. 1818, 8vo. with a map 
and plates, 88. 6d. 

Chapfxlow, Leonard. Com- 
mentary on the Book of Job, in 
which IS inserted the Hebrew Text 
and English Translation : with a 
Paraphrase from the third Verse 
of the third Chapter, where it is 
supposed the Metre b^ins ; to the 
seventh verse of the forty-second 
chapter, where it ends. Camb. 
1752. 4to. 2 vols. 18s. 

The author of this esteemed work, who 
was a disciple of Schultens, contributed 
materially to the advancement of Oriental 
Literature in England. He edited Spen- 
cer de Legibus. 

Elementa Lingnse Arabics ex Erpenii 
RiidimentisutplurimumdesimiptsB. Lond. 
1730, 8Vo. 8s. 6d. 

Six Assemblies or Ingenions Conversa- 
tions of learned Men among the Arabians. 
1787, 8vo. 28. 

Chapple, William, of Exeter. 
A Beview of Part of Bisdon's Sur- 
vey of Devon: containing the 
general Description of that County; 
with Corrections, Annotations, and 
Additions. Exeter, 1785. 4to. 5s. 

Preface, with life of the author, 4 pages ; 
list of subscribers, 7 pages; account of 
Risdon, 8 pages; review, p. 7 to 144 (A 4 
— S 4), ending with tlie catchword ' The.' 
There is a chasm in the paging from 116 
to 126. 

Chaptal, M. J. A. Chemistry 
applied to Arts and Manufactures, 
translated from the French. Lond, 
1807. 8vo. 4vols.l88. 

An esteemed work. 

Elements of Chemistry, translated from 

the French, byW. Nicholson. Lood«IS791, 
8vo. 8 vols. 10s. 

Chasden or Chabdovt, Johfiy 
Bishop of Down and Connor. A 
Sermon at the Funerals of Syr'| 
Giiwen Carewe. Oxford, 1586, 8vo. 

The text, 1 Thes. 4; 18-18. This divine, 
who, aoeordiog to Ant. a Wood, was a 
noted preacher, and w<HiderfuIly followed 
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Chabdiv, Sir John, Knt. Tra* '| 

vels in Persia and the East Indies. 

Lond. 1686. folio, vol. L with port. 

by D. Loggan. 

The travels of Chardin were productive 
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information. Ghardin's travels throogli'i 
Persia wiU be found in YoL ii. of Harris^ 
Collection, and extracts from them in YoL .\ 
ix. of Pinkerton's Collection. 

Chabfy, Guiniad. Fisherman $ 

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Lond. 8vo. (1812), 2b. 6d. 

A Compilation bv George Smeetoow 
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Charibbee Leeward Islands. — 

Acts of Assembly, from 1690 to 

1730. Lond. 1734. folio. 
WiUett. 106^ 148. 8d. 
Chabiton. The Loves of ChsB- i 
reas and Callirrhoe, translated into 
English. Lond. 1764. 12mo. 2 

vols. 6s. 

A translation, not from the Greek, but 
ih>m.the Italian, by two young ladles. 

[It has been sinoe translated In Bohn's 
Classical Library.] 

Chaskb, Charlotte. The Art 
of Management, or Tragedy ex- 
pelled. Lond. 1735. 8vo. 

A dramatic piece intended as a satiM on. 
Fleetwood, the theatrical manager, wbo is 
said to have purchased and destroyed 
nearly the whole impression. Field, 966b 
12. 14s. Rhodes, 765, 22. 68. 

A Narrative ofthe Lifeof Mrs. Charlotta 
Charke (youngest Daughter of Coiley 
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1766, 12mo. with portrait, 6b. Field, UOT, 
8s. 6d. Reed, 8060, 98. 

The Lover's Treat; or, miDataral Ha» 
tred. Lond. 8vo. 6s. 

The History of Henry Dumooti Esq. 
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critical Remarks on comic Actors. 
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Chaeke, William. An Answer 

to a seditioiis Pamphlet lately cast 

abroade hy a lesuite, with, a Dis- 

couerie of that blasphemous Sect. 

Lond, 1580. 8to. 5b. 

a in eights. Again 1581, 6s. 

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and Meredith Hanmers. Addressed to 
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Pamphlet Lond. 1581, 8vo. Q 7, in eights. 

A Treatise against the Defense of the 
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Charke and Meredith Hanmer, hy an vn- 
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two Treatises written hy D. Fulke : the 
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first tract contains 359 pages; the second, 
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tliird, with a separate title-page also, 54 
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See Caupiok, Edmund. Passoks, Ro- 

Charles I. King of Gbeat Bri- 
tain. Beliqyise Sacras Carolinse: 
or, the Works of King Charles I. 
collected together, and digested in 
Order, according to their sereraU 
Subjects, civil and sacred. Hague, 
by Samuell Browne, 1651. 8vo. 


-A— T 2, in eights ; Eicon Basilice, 247 
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An edition, printed at the Hague, n. d. 
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Hague, 1648-9, in a large 8vo. 

— Bibliotheca Begia : or a Col- 
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Majesty, as haye escaped the Wrack 

VOL. I, 

and Kuine of these Times, &c. Lond. 

1659, 8vo. 

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— BA2IAIKA. The Workes of 
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ment. Lond. 1662. folio. 2 vols, 
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Mr. H. Firebraoe. With a Character of 
that Martyr, by Diodati and Henderson. 
To which is added, the Death-Bed Re> 
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the House of Commons). Lond. 1702, 
8vo. A valuable history, consisting of 
pp. 808, with an advertisement to the 
reader. Lloyd, 149, 78. 

A View of the Reign of King Charles 
the first Lond. 1704, 4to. 

History of Charles the first. Lond. 1716, 
8vo. 2 vols, with portrait. Dowdeswell, 

Tbe Case of the Royal Martyr consid- 
ered with Candour. Lond. 1758, 8vo. 2 
vols. 6s. 

Letters between Col. Robert Hammond 
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relating to K. Charles I. while he was 
confiqed in Carisbrooke Castle. To which 
is prefixed a Letter firom John Ashbum- 
ham, Esq. concerning his Deportment to- 
wards the King. Lond. 1764, 8vo. Hollis, 
768, 46. Steevens, 1716, 68. 

An Essay towards attaining a true State 
of the character and Reign of K. Cbarles 
I. and the Causes of the Civil War, Lond. 
1780, 8vo. Ss. 

Memoirs of King Charles I. and the 
Loyalists who suffered in his Cause; 
chiefly extracted from Lord Clarendon's 
History of the Rebellion. Lond. 1795, 8vo. 
8s. 6d. 4to. 68. 

A narrative of the attendance of John 
Ashbumham on Charles the First, from 
Oxford to the Isle of Wight, with a vin- 
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Lord Ashbumham. Lond. 1880, 8vo. 2 
vols, portrait, 10s. 6d. labob paper, 12. Is. 

[In the British Museum are several 
printed Tracts, in Spanish, having refer- 
ence to Charles's romantic expedition to 
Spain In 1628, to woo the Infanta ; in com- 
pany with the Duke of Buckingham. 
Also a most extensive collection relating 
to the same period given to the Library 
by George III.J 

Biography, &c. of K. Charles T. See 
Bate, George, M.D. Bayly, Thomas, 
D.D. BxLLBKDBinTS, Gul. BiscH, Thomas. 
BisAocioNi, MayoUno. Bboklby, Sir 
George. Bulstrodb, Sir Rich. Clasbn- 
DON, Edward Hyde, Earl of. D'Ibbaeli, 
Isaac. DuYaii, MidaaeL Fkllowbs, W. D. 

Habbis, William. Hailes, Sir David 
Dalrymple, Lord. L'Estbanob, Roger. 
Mabbbbs, F. Miltok, J. Mibanoul^a, 
Scipio. Mouuk, Ph. Pena, J. Ant d^ ia. 
Pbimbose, D. and G. Pbodiitub, Ant Sai/- 


George. Wabwick, Sir Philip. 

Charles II. King of Great Britain. 
An Account of the Preservation of 
Charles II. after the Battle of Wor- 
cester, drawn up by himseKl To 
which are added his Letters to se- 
veral Persons. Glasg. 1766. 8vo. 

Pp. 190. Printed ftom a MS. in tbe 
Pepysian Collection. The preface is signed 
Dav. Dalrymple, and the book is dedicated 
to Thomas Holies, Duke of Newcastle, 
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Retrosp. Rev. xiv. 48—68. Lloyd, 11, €&. 
Roxburghe, 8476, 6s. 6d. Dent, pt. i. 417, 
9s. Steevens, 1719, 14h. 6d. White 
Knights, pt. 1. 823, morocco, 1/. A new- 
title, with the date of 1801. North, pt. L 
3, 4s. 6d. 

Another, 1803, with plates of Chaxlee 
II., Rich. Pendrell, Boscobel House, Mrs. 
Jane Lane, and Tbo. Dalyell. North, pt. 
i. 4, 7s. 6d. Se*t Blount, Thomas. 

Britannia natalis. Oxon, 1680, 4to. 
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A Proclamation proclaiming Charles 
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The true Manner of the Crowning of 
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The Forme and Order of the Coronation 
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acted and done at Scoone, the first Day of 
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Reprinted Aberdeene, 1660, 4to. pp. S8. 
The sermon by Mr.Robert Douglas which 
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* Forme' consists of 10 pages.— An edit. 
Lond. 1660, 4to. Reed, 8780, 68.— Another. 
Edinb. 1725, 8vo. pp. 74. It will also be 
found in the first volume of the Phenix, 
1707, and the sixth volume of the Someni 
Collection of Tracts. 

The History of his sacred Majesty 
Charles II. King of England, &c. Begun 
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Lond. 12mo. A scarce Tract, containing 
many curious particulars, mentioned In 
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A true Narrative and Relation of his 
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from Worcester oatbethirdof S«ptemMr« 




Chables XL — continued. 
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Relation en Forme de Journal, du Voy- 
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depnls le 26 May, jnsques au 2 Juin, 1660, 
de la Haye, 1660, folio, pp. 108, with port, 
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8052, n. 16b. 

A Relation, in Form of a Journal, of 
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'Charles the 2, hath made in Holland, from 
the 25 of May to the 2 of June, 1660. 
Rendered into English out of the original 
French by Sir Wm. Lower, Knight. Hague, 
1660, folio, pp. 116, with plates, Inglis, 11, 
Ooiigh, 895, 22. Ss. 

The Royal Pilgrimage, or the Progresse 
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A Collection of his Majesty's gracious 
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A Character of King Charles II. Lond. 
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George Morley, D.D. Towneley, pt. i. 
417, with a proof impression of the por- 
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written by Walter Charlton, 1660, 4to. re- 
printed, 1662. 

England's Triumph, a more exact His- 
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Jennings), 1664, 12mo. ISs.] 

[The five faithful brothers, a discourse 
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Lanes conveying his Msjesty through all 
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Votivum Carolo,or a Welcome to Chas. 
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d82. Garriek, 1806. 

England's Joy : or a Relation of the 
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printed in the third volume of the Har- 
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Britannia.— Britain's Triumph, 1660. 

Grampius' Congratulation in plain Scots 
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Return. Printed Anno Dom. 1660, 4to. 
Four leaves. Reprinted in ' Yiurious 
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Londons Glory represented by Time, 
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July, 1660. Lond. 1660, 4to. 

Iter Australe, a Poem on the Return of 
K. Charles II. 1660, 4to. Bindley, pt. iv. 

Eucharistia Basilice ad illustris : Caro- 
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nimis in Patriam redeuntemquod Mag. J. 
Row cecenit. Aberdoniis, 1660, 4to. In- 
glis, 649, 17s. 

Britannia rediviva. Oxon, 1660, 4to. 
Bindley, pt ii. 1470, 3b. Sir M. M..Syke8, 
pt. i. 664, 6s. 

Academies Cantabrigiensis ZiiZTPA, 
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Gratvlatio. Cantab. 1660, 4to. .38. 6d. 

[Charles Triumphant, that is that 
Charles who died fh>m Charles proceed, 
1660, 12mo. Brand, 12. Is.] 

The Manner of the Solemnity of the 
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A Proclamation to summon the Persons 
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Anecd. ii. 427-9. 

Stella Meridlana Garolo II. Verses 
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16s. 6d. 

An imperfect Pourtraicture of King 
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Monarchy revived in the most Ulns- 
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Discoorse. Lond. 1661, 12mo. ByEggles- 
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16b. proofs on lodla paper, XL 8b. roy. 8vo. 




Chaxlbb n. — eotUinued. 

A ProelanutUm nUting to the Proees- 
sloD at the Cofonatioii of K. Charles IL 
Load, leei, foUo. 

A Cople of the List or Boll of his Ma- 
jesties Prooeeding from the Tower to 
Whitehsll, as it irill he marshalled hy 
the Lords deputed for the OfBoe of Eaxl 
MarsliaL Load. 1661, folio. 

The Form of his Majesties Coronation- 
Feast, 28 April, 1661. 1661, foUo. 

On the thnnder happening after the 
Solemnity of the Coronatl<Hi of Charles II. 
on St. George's Day, 1661. In the seventh 
volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts. 

Gloria Britannica ; or a Fanegyrick on 
his Majesties Pass^ thorow London to 
his Coronation. Lond. 1661, 4to. 

Neptunes Address to his most sacred 
Majesty Charies the Second, congratulat- 
ing his Coronation oelehrated the 22nd 
Day of Aprill, 1661, in several Designe- 
ments and Shews upon the Water before 
Whitehall, at his Majesties Return from 
the Land Triumphs. Lond. 1661, folio. 

Festa Georgians, or the Gentries and 
Countries Joy for the Coronation of the 
King on St George's Day. Lond. 1661, 

A Poem upon his Majestfes Coronation 
the 23 of April, 1661. St Georges Day. 
Lond. 1661, folio. 

An humble Monitory to Charles the se- 
cond: presented to him in his Passage 
from the Abbey of Westminster upon the 
Day of his Coronation, 1661, folio. 

A Sermon preached at the coronation of 
Charles II. by George (Morley), Bishop 
of Worcester^ 1661, Ito. front, and full 
length portrait. 

E/jKvK\oxo(>eia\ or Universal Motion, 
being Part of that Magnificent Entertain- 
ment by the noble Prince De la Grange, 
Lord Lieutenant of Lincoln's Inn. Pre- 
sented to Charles II. on Friday, the 3 of 
January, 1662. 1662, 4to. Bhodes, 863, 
42. 14a. 6d. 

Complementnm fortunamm Insulamm : 
Poems on the Marriage of Charles II. 
with Katharine of Braganza, 1662, 8vo. 
with a frontispiece and two portraits, 
Towneley, pt. ii. 830, 22. Nassau, pt. L 901, 
6s. Bindley, pt. i. 1209, 16s. 6d. 

Galathea Yaticinans, being part of an 
£pithalamium upon the auspicious Match 
of K. Charles II. and Catharina Infanta 
of Portugal, with a Description ef the 
Fortunate Islands, and Poems, by Waller 
and Dryden, 1662, 8vo. with portraits. 
Inglis, 278, morocco, Ik 10s. Bindley, pt. 
ii. 1210, 8Z. 128. 

Characteristie Notices of Charles II. 
and certain Individuals of his Court, from 
contemporary Journals, 1600-1688. In 
the Retrosp. Review, xiii. 167-79. 

Cambridge Verses on the Marriage of 

Charles U. 168S; 4to. Bindley, pt iL 147, 
7s. 6d. 
Oxford Yenes npoo the NnptUIs^ 190, 


The Marxiage Ceremony of K. Charies 
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Cambridge Verses on tiie Dealii, 1686^ 
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A true BelatioQ of the late King's 
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two Papers written by the late King 
Charles II. of Uessed Memory, found in 
the strong Box. In the first volome of 
the Phenix, 1707, and also in the eighth 
volume of the Somers Collection of Tnets. 

Copies of two Papers written by the 
late King Charles the Second, of blessed 
Memory, folio, 4 pp. Published and dr- 
enlated by James II. immediatdy after 
the death ci his brother. They were 
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and occasioned a sharp oontroversy be- 
tween him and Dryden, who took part in 
a defence published, ' by command.' Re- 
printed in the fifth volume oi the Har- 
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Certain Letters, evidencing K. Charles 
IL's Stedfastness in the Protestant Bali* 
gion : Sent from the Princess of Tvrenne, 
and the Ministers of Charenton, to some 
Persons of Quality in London. In the first 
volume of the Phenix, 1707. 

A Letter to a Person of Honoor con- 
cerning the King's disavowing the having 
been married to the Duke of Monmouth's 
Mother. In the seventh volume of the 
Somers Collection of Tracts. 

Augustus Anglicus: a compendious 
View of the Lifo and Reign of Charles II. 
Lond. 1686, 12mo. with a portrait by Van 
Hove, 38. 6d. Lloyd, 176, 6s. 6d. 

State-Tracts, in two Parts. Lond. 1683, 
folio, .9s. 

The Secret History of the Court and 
Reign of Charles the Second, by a Member 
of his Privy Council. To which are added, 
introductory Sketches of the preceding 
Period from the Accession of James I. 
With Notes, and a Supplement^ continuing 
the Narrative in a summary Manner to 
the Revolution: by the Editor. Lond. 
1792, 8vo. 2 vols. 10s. 

Beauties of the Court of Charles II., with 
their portraits after Sir Peter Lely; and 
Memoirs by Mrs. Jameson. Lond. 1881-8^ 
6 parts forming one volume, royal 4to. 
61. 68. LABGB PAPEB, Prools OH India 
paper, small folio, 102. lOs. A few copi«a 
printed in colours and finished by hand, 
262. 4s. Second editioU,with an Intro- 
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1838, imp. 8vo. 2 vols. 22. 6s. Third edi- 
tion, in cne volume, imp. 8vo. some of the 
portraits re-engraved. Lond. Bohn, 1851, 
12. 6b. India pboofs, 2L 10s. 




("XABUES H. — continued. 

A Personal history of King Charles I1> 
ftom hie landing in Scotland, June 23, 
1660, till his escape out of England, Oct. 
15, 1651, with an outline of his life imme- 
diately before and after these dates, by 
the Rev. C.J. Lyons. 8yo.l851, map, only 
260 printed. 

Biography, &c. of K. Charles II. See 
BBRKBLKT/George Monck. Broub, Alex- 
ander. Bkomley, Sir George. Bulstbodb, 
Sir RichRrd. Cadekedus, Jacobus. Cas- 
TBLL, Ed. Clarendon, Ednrard Hyde, 
Earl of. Danyebs, John. Dcnois, Coun- 

George Savllle, Marquis of. Habbib, 
William. Hudlbston, Bich. Ooilby, 
John. Sandebs, E. 

Chables, James Edward, com- 
monly called *The young Cheva- 
lier.* Narratiye of the Chevalier. 

Lond. 1765. 8vo. 

Rozburghe, 8541, 68. 

See Jacobite Correspondence, Abbotsford 
Club Publications, Appendix. 

Charles the Great.— The Lyf of 

Charles the Gh'eat (from the French) . 

Explicit per William Caxton, 1485. 


This exceedingly rare romance is a 
small folio, printed in double columns. 
The preface begins on the second leaf, or 
si^. a y ; the signatures extend a to m 
vli in octaves, and very probably had an- 
other leaf with his cypher to complete 
the sheet. A copy is in the library of K. 
George III., now in the British Museum. 
See Ames' Typog. Antiq. by Dr. Dibdin, 
i. 256-00. 

Charles V. Emperor of Germany. 
The Expedycion of Charles the v 
Emperoure agayenst the Citie of 
Angiers shewyng what Mysfor- 
tunes hefell in the last Somer of^ 
M.CCCC.xIj. the more pitie, where- 
fore our Lorde strengthen hym in 

this Toyage nowe. 1545. 16mo. 
Probably printed by John Wayland. 

A lamentable and piteous Treatise, 
verye necessarye for everie Christen 
Manne to reade: wherein is contayned, 
not onelythe High Enterprise and Va- 
leanntnes of th' Emperonr Charles the V. 
and his Army (in his Voyage made to the 
Towne of Argler in Alfrique, agaynst the 
Turckes, the Enemyes of the Christen 
Fayth, th' Inhabitoures of the same), but 
also the myserable Chaunces of Wynde 
and Wether ; with dy verse other Adver- 
sites,hable to move even a stonye Hearte 
to bewayle the same, and to pray to God 

for his Ajde and Sncooure. Whlehe 
was written and sent unto thd Lorde of 
Langest. Truly and dylygently translated 
out of Latyn into Frenche, and out of 
Frenche into English, 1542. Ricardus 
Grafton excudebat, cum Privilegio ad im- 
primendom solum, 8vo. 27 pp. Reprinted 
in the fourth v(dnme of the Harleian Mis- 

[The answere of Cardus the Fyfte Em- 
I)erour, unto the letters convocatorye of 
Paule the thyrd Bysshope of Rome con- 
cemingea generall Cocell to be celebrated 
at Trident. No place or date, small 8vo. 
Eight leaves.] 

See Maey, Daughter of King Henry. 
RoBBBTBON, William, D.D. Yvllagok, 
Syr Nicholas. Sandoval, Prud. du. 

Chables IX. of France. See 

Chables XII. of Sweden. The 
History of the Wars of Charles XII. 
King of Sweden. Lond. 1720. 8vo. 

Roxburghe,7871,datel726, 8s. A former 
edition, 1715, 4to. See Adlebfeld, Gua- 
tavus. VoLTAiBB, F. H. A. de. 

Charles Duke of Orleans. Po- 
ems, written in English during his 
captivity in England after the fiat- 
tie of Agincourt. Lond. 1827. 4to. 

fPresented by WatsourTaylor to the 
Roxburghe Club ; 44 copies printed on 
paper and 4 on vellum. Hanrott, on vel- 
lum (with an autograph of Charles d'Or- 
leans inserted,) 172.] 

Chables, George. History of the 
Transactions in Scotland. 1715-16, 
1745-6. Stirling, 1817. 8vo. 2 vols. 

— Joseph. The Dispersion of the 
Men of Bahel considered. Lond. 
1769. 8vo. 2 vols. 

Williams, 429, U- 8s. 

Chableswobth, John. Practi- 
cal Sermons ; selected and abridged 
from various Authors, l^ewark, 

1788—93. 8vo. 3 vols. 

HolUs, 857, II. Is. 
Chableton. See Chablton. 

Chableyoix, Peter Franc. Xa- 

vierde. History of Paraguay. Lond. 

1769. 8vo. 2 vols. 8s. 

This work contains an account of the 
plants, animals, fruits, &c.of this countrv ; 
and is particularly interesting from the 
account it gives of the celebrated Jesuit 
establishment in Paraguay. 




Journal of a Voyage to North- America. 
Lend. 1761, 8vo. 2 vols. 68. The phyaical 
and moral state of the inhabitants are 
the prluoipal objects of this work. Ano- 
ther translation, entitled * Letters to the 
Dutchess of Lesaiguieries,' appeared, 1763, 
in 1 vol. 6vo. 48. 

Chablotte, Princess of Wales. 
A biographical Memoir of the pub- 
lic and private Life of her Boyal 
Highness the Princess Charlotte; 
with an AppendiiL of valuable Do- 
cuments. 8yo. 

CHABLToy, Lionel. The History 
of Whitby and of Whitby Abbov, 
divided into three Books. York, 

1779. 4to. 

Pp. xviil and 379, with a plan as a fron- 
tispiece, S.E. prospect of Whitby Abbey, 
at p. 49. and two other plates at p. 286. 
Drury, 966, 7s. Brockett, 764, lis. Bind- 
ley, pt. i. 1630, ISs. Towneley, pt. ii. 316, 
168. Nassau, pt. i. 1826, 168. Marq. of 
Townshend, 768, 17s. 

— Walter, M.D. Chorea Gigan- 
tum : or, the most famous Anti- 
quity of Great Britain, vulgarly 
called Stone-Heng, standing on Sa- 
lisbury Plain, restored to the Danes. 

Lond. 1663. 4to. 

Title, in red and black, and imprima- 
tur; dedication to K. Charles II. 8 pages; 
lines addressed to the author; descriptive 
letter-press, [B — I 4] 64 pages, and two 
wood cuts, pp. 1 & 8. Roxburghe, 8663, 68. 
White Knights, pt.i.962, morocco, 11. 18s. 
Bindley, pt. iv. 362, 6s. Nassau, pt. i. 
1826, 128. Dent, pt i. 801, morocco, 12s. 
Beprinted 1726. See Stone-Ueng. 

The Ephesian and Cimmerian Matrons; 
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of Lore and Wit. Lond. 1661 or 1652, 
4to. 6s. A Latin translation by Barth. 
Harris. Lond. 1666, 12mo. Strettell, 419, 
morocco, 7s. 

The Darkness of Atheism dispelled by 
the Light of Nature. Lond. 1662, 4to. 
with portnit by Lombart Gordonstoun, 
439, 9s. 

The Immortality of the Human Soul 
demonstrated by Reasons natural. Lond. 
1667, 8vo. with portrait by D. Lombart, 6s. 

Two philosophical Discourses : the first 
concerning the different Wits of Men, the 
aecond concerning the Mysteries of Vint- 
ners. Lond. 1668, 8vo. 4s. Reprinted 1676, 
1692. Locke is supposed to have taken se- 
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Ezercitationes de Dlfferentiis et Nomi- 
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1677, folio, 68. Best edition. ukBos PAra^ 
108. 6d. 

Enquiries into Human Nature in lis 
Anatomy Prelections in the new Theatn 
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London. Lond. 1680, 4to. with portrait bgr 
Loggan. Gordonstoun, 672, 6s. In the 
British Museum is a copy of this work, 
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A life of Charlton and a list of his writ- 
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See Hblxont, J. B. von. 

Charmer, The, a Collection of 

Songs, Scots and English. Edinb. 

1749, 2 vols. 

Sotheby's in April, 1823, 12. Is. 

The Charmer, with Hymen an Inter- 
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Chabmes, Pajot des. Art of 

Bleaching. Translated from the 

French, with an Appendix. Lond. 

1799. 8vp. 68. 
Pp. 861, with nine plates in quarto, &c 
Chabkoce, John. History of 
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History, both civil and military, of 
all Nations, especially of G-reat Bri- 
tain. Lond. 1800-2. 4to. 3 vols. 
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A valuable and esteemed work. 

Biographia Navalis, from the year 16G0, 
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6 vols, with portraits and other engrav- 
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Biographical Memoirs of LordViBCOunt 
Nelson. Lond. 1806, 8vo. pp. 429. Appx. 
89. In this hasty compilation tlie aath<» 
was assisted by Capt Locker, Lieut.-Gov. 
of Greenwich Hospital, with a seriea of 
letters, Ac 

— Stephen, B. D. Works, edited 
by the Kev. Edward Parsons of 
Leeds. Lond. 1815. 8vo. 9 vols, 
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Pubushed at 42. 148. 6d. iJk.BaB papkb, 
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Discourses upon the Existence and At- 
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Discourses upon the Existence and At- 
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6 vols. 22. 12s. 6d. Two copies taken olf 
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— Troylus and Creside. Expli- 
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— The Assemble of Fonles, eoi 

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me Wynjcvn de Worde, 1530. folii 
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Chauoeb. The Loue and Com- 
playntes bytwene Mars and Yenns. 
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kyng. streto: For me Julianns No- 
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FourteenleaTes^inRitson's Bibl. Poetica 
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— The Plowman's Tale, folio. 

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Heber, pt. 4 (wanting last leaf). 

— The Plouumans Tale com- 

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Knyght. Lond. by WyUyam Hyll. 


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— A Collection of Chaucer's and 
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A curious collection of old poetry, firom 
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press, in the Public Libnry at Cambridge, 

1. StansPuerad Mensam; or, Lessons 
of Behaviour to the Young. A translation 
from the 'Carmen Juvenile de Horibus 
Puerorum' of Sulpitius, by Lydgate. 

2. An holy Salve Begina in English. 

8. Parvus Gatho. Translated by Lyd- 

4. Magnus Catho, in fbur Books. Trans- 
lated by Lydgate. 

6. Fahle of the Chorle and the Birde, 
generally attributed to Lydgate. 

VOL. I. 

6. Fable of the Horse, the Ghoos and 
the Sheep. Generally attributed to Lyd- 
gate. Of this piece there are two different 
impressions byCazton, the orthography 
often materially varying. 

7. A list of proper Terms or Phrases In 
speaking of Beasts, Birds, &c. 

8. The Temple of Olas. Written in 
imitation of Chaucer's Temple of Fame. 
Whether Lydgate or Hawes be the author, 
is a disputed point. A copy consisting of 
83 leaves, is among Bp. More's books in 
the public library at Cambridge. 

9. Seipio's Dream, called, The Parlia- 
ment of Birds. The Parliament of Birds 
by Bale and Pitts is ascribed to Lydgate, 
but that must be a different piece from 
this, which is the same with the * Assem- 
blee of Foules' by Chaucer. 

10. A Tretyse whiche John Skogan 
sente unto the Lordes and Oentlemen of 
the Kynge's Hows, ezhortynge them to 
lose no Time on their Yongthe. In Urry's 
Chaucer, p. 646. See Tyrwhitf s account 
of this article in his edition of the Canter- 
buiy Tales. 8vo. v. 19. 

11. The good Counceyl of Chaueer. In 
Urry's Chaucer, p. 648. 

12. The Book of Curtesye. T. Thomas, 
in his preface to Urry's edition, men- 
tions this article among other small pieces 
of Chaucer's, under the title of 'The 
Boke of Cnrtesye or Lytyll John.' Dr. 
Dibdin mentions having seen a fragment 
of this article * Enprinted atte Westmos- 

18. Annelida and Arcyie. Attributed 
to Chaucer. 

14. Chaucer's Complaint to his Purse. 
In Urry's edition, p. 649. 

16. Thenuoye of Chaucer. 

For a farther account of this curious 
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— Poems modernized by Words- 
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Riches of Chaucer, with memoir by 
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Tales from Chaucer in prose, by Cow- 
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Cambuscan, or the Squire's Tale, mo- 
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and concluded by Sterling. Dublin, pri- 
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The New Wife of Beath (in imitation 
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edition, black letter. Qlasgow, 1700, 12mo. 

— See Todd, J. H. - (Godwin, 
William. Bbathwait, Bichard. 
BoETHius, A. M. T. S. 

An excellent article on this father of 
English poetry will be found in the lletr. 

F F 




Rev. Jx. 173-206. xil. 106—83, and xlv. 
805— 67, also inWarton's English Poetry, 

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Skegg, 1^ 

Chauchabd, Captain. Map of 
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- Chauncey, Maurice. HiBtoria 

aliquot nostri Sseculi Martyran), 

cum pia, turn Lectu jucunda, nun- 

quam ante hac Typis ezcusa. 1550. 

4to. 42. 4fi. 

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i^Commentariolus de Vitsa Ratione et 
■Entyrio oetodecim Cartnsianorum qui in 
iUglia sub Bege Henrico VIII crudeliter 
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yo ne 12 Martyrum Cartusianorum Ru- 
linnandeDaium qui Anno 1672 Agonem 
'Ijtom complevemnt, anctore Amoldo Ha- 
^Venaio,item EpistolsBParanetica D.Martini 
Landnrenis CoIonisB. 1606. Gandayi,ie08. 
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Chauncey, WiUiam. The Root- 
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CHEI80LM, William. Examen 
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Cheks, Henr^. See NiaxB Bas- 
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— Sir John. A Eemedy for Se- 

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CHXLiDOBiTrs Tiguriniifl. Of the 
Institution and first Beginning of 
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of Kingdomes : whereunto is an- 
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CHBionnus, Martinus. A Dis- 
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Fort of vnwritten Traditions, trans- 
lated into Enghsh hy B. Y. A Con- 


futation of vnwritten Verities mam 

by Thomas Cranmer, late Arche- 

bishop of Canterbvuie. Lend. 168& 


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Chbnsyix, Bichard. Two Plays. 
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S resent times.' — Edinb.Bevievf, Ghenevix's 
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Snpplem. 672, 6«. 

Chbnibb, Louis. State of the 
Empire of Morocco, translated from 
the French. Lond. 1788. 8to. 2 
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A work containing much Talnable infor- 
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from the King of France to the £mperor 
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CHSBiNGKroir, Lord Viscount 
Memoirs of the Government and 
Manners of the present Portngnese. 
Lond. 1782. 12mo. 2 vols. Ss. 

Chbbtbey, Andrew. See Chbis- 
TINE of Pisa. Christianity. Lu- 
cidary. Commandments. 

An account of this writer, and his traoa* 
lations from the French, will be found in 
Wartoo's History of English Poetry, 8va 
vol. iii. 863-1 

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— The Cronides of Englond, 
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Chronicle of England. [W. de Haoh- 
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371. 168. See Bibl. Spencer, iv. 229—81. 

The Cronycle of Englonde with the 
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£ngIonde. Westmestre by Wynkyn de 
"Worde, 1497, folio. This edition has been 
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The Cronycle of Englonde with the 
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Englonde, Walys, Sootlond, and Irelonde. 
Enprynted by me Julyan Notary, 1616, 
folio. The Gronicle fol. cxxviii. The De- 
scription is not nambered, but the signa- 
ttties are continued from the Chronicle to 
&. A copy is in the British Museum. 
Boscoe, 464, the Cronide only, sheet A 

TOL. I. 

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Chbonicles yarious. 

The newe Chronycles of Englonde and 
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A short Cronycle, wherein is mentioned 
all the Names of all the Kings of England, 
of the Mayors and Sheriffs of the Cytye of 
London : and of diuers and many notable 
Actes and Things done, in and sith the 
Time of King Henry the fourth. Iiond. 
by John Byddell, 1639, 12mo. 

Another edition printed 1642. Also ano- 
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A Gronicle of Yeres, fr5 the Begrnnynge 
of the Worlde, wherin ye shal fynd the 
Names of all the Kynges of EngLande, of 
the Mayers & Shyrenes of ye Gyte of 
LQdon & bryefly of many notable Actis 
done in and syth the Keygn of Kyng 



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Another edition ' vnto the Yere of our 
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A Chronycle, with a Genealogie. 1547. 
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Cronicle of Yeres from the begyning of 
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the Mayres and Shyriffes of the Citie of 
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A breuiat Cronicle contaynynge all the 
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A breuiat Cronicle contayning all the 
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A briefe Cronicle, contaynyng the Ac- 
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finishe and make an ende in the jend 
our Lord 1568 the x viii day of Marehe and 
in the xi yere of the reigne of this most 
noble and vertuous Princesse Elizabetli 
our most dread and souereigne Lady.' 

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Ane Tractat of a Part of ye Yngliai 
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Wendover, Itoger Hoveden, Ordericus Vi- 
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Westminster, and Florence of Worcester, 
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Chronographia. A Description 
of Time from the beginning of tiw 
World, vnto the Yeare of our Lord, 
137.' Lond. for Rob. Dexter, 1590. 

Pp. 66. Prefixed is an epistle ' To tbi 
Reader,' and also commendatory verwt. 
Herbert also notices another, ' The second 
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Chronographise Asiaticse et M- 
gyptiacse Specimen. In quo— 1. 
Origo Chronologise LXX Interpw 


turn investigatur. 2. Conspectus 
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1759. 8vo. 2&. 6d. 

Ghrysal : or, the Adyentures of 
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12mo. 4 vols. 

A masterly but caustic satire, written by 
Charles Johnson. In Davis' Olio, 13-21, 
will be found a key to the characters. 
Other editions, 1768, 1771, 1775, 1783, 
4 vols. 12mo. Reprinted in Ballantyne's 
Novelists' Library. 

Chbysostom, St. John, Bishop 

of Constantinople. S. Johannis 

Chrysostomi Opera, GJrflBc^. Etonse, 

1610-13. folio. 8 vols. bl. Ss. 

A valuable and much-esteemed edition. 
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Germany, Italy, and the East, to tran- 
scribe such parts as he had not already 
done, and collate the MSS. ; and he ac- 
knowledges the assistance of Thnanns, 
Y^serus, Schottns, Is. Gasaubon, Fronto 
DucfiBUS, Gruter, Boeschelius and other 
learned men. The whole charge of this 
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D. loannis Chrysostomi Homilin duee, 
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De Prouidentia Dei ac de Fato Orationes 
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prete. Lond. R. Wolfe, 1546, 8vo. 

D. Joannis Chrysostomi HomilisB sex. 
Ex maniiscriptis Codicibus Noui Collegij, 
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By some said to be the first Greek book 
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Homilin ad Popnium Antiochenum ha- 
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De Sacerdotio, Gr. et Lat k Jo. Hughes; 
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A Sermon of Saint Chrysostome, wherein 
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Wisedome & Teachinge, he wondei-fully 
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selfe; translated into Englishe by the 
Floure of lemed Menne in his Tyme, Tho- 
mas Lupsette, Londoner. Lond. in Offic. 
T. Berthelet, 1642, 8vo. Contains D 6, in 

A compendious Treatise of Sayne John 
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An Homilie vpon that Saying of Saint 
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A Treatise concerning the Restitution 
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An Exposition vpon the Epistle of S. 
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The Restitution of a Sinner, translated 
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The Restitution of a Sinner, translated 
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SaintChrysostome his Parensssis, or Ad- 
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GtQ 2 





CH1J.TS08T0M — continued, 
Orandison, Prisoner in the Tower. I/ond. 
1664, 12mo. 

Tlie golden Booke concerning the Edn- 
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On Compunction of the Heart, translated 
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St John ChrysoBtoQi; Arch-Bishop of 
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The Sin of Sodom reproved ; being two 
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Lond. 1772, Svo. 2b. 

Sermons, viz. on Christmas Day; on 
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and a Knight. 5. The Rode into Scotlande, 
by Sir William Dreury, Knight (prose). 
6. Sir Symond Bnrley's Tragedie. 7. A 
tragicall Discourse of the unhappy Man's 
Life. 8. A Discourse of Yertue. 9. Charche- 
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— A Prayse and Beporte of Mais- 
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Meta incognita. Lond. Andrew 

Maunsell. 1578. 16mo. 

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— A lamentable and pitiful! De- 
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of her Highnesse Betoume from 
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— A Sparke of Friendship and 

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Where solace is full deere. 

And sorrowes are good cheime. 

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Moreton. 2. The Tragedie of Sir Simon 
Burley. 8. A Discourse that a Man is but 
his Minde (in prose). 4. A Discourse of 
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prose). 7. A Discourse of Gentlemen ly- 
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9. A Discourse of Misfortune and Calami- 
tie (in prose). 10. A Discourse and Com* 
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11. The Tragedie of Shore's Wife, much 
augmented. 12. A Story of an Eagle and 
a Lady, excellently set out in Du Bartas. 




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Han's Life. 14. A Diacoorse of a faatas- 
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and worthy Lawyers. To the Right Hon. 
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of Truth against the flatterie of Time : 
made when the Queen's Majestie was last 
in Ozenford. 17. A Discoui'se of the only 
Phoenix of the Worlde. 18. A Praise of 
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Fi-ench. 19. The Adue the Writer made 
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— The Mirror of Man and Man- 
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32 pp. The praface, signed 'John Cla- 
ridge, sen. of Hanwell, near Banbury,' but 
omitted in all subsequent editions. Re- 
published with additions in 1744, by Dr. 
John Campbell, but without affixing his 
own name, or giving any information of 
its author, or of previous editions. Reprint- 
ed 1748, 1827, &c.— See Note* and Queriea, 
No. 181, 185S. 

— Bichard. The Life and post- 
humous Works of Bichard Claridge 
(a Quaker) : collected by Joseph 
Besse. Lond« 1726. 8vo. 

CLABE,Hugh. A concise History 
of Knighthood; containing .the re- 
ligious and military Orders which 
have been instituted in Europe, &c« 
Lond. 1784. 8vo. 2 vols, with 82 
plates, lOs. 6d. Labge Papsb, 11,1b. 




Ilrath, lan, 9«. LABOBFAPSB. Ifuq. 
of Townsheiid, tfR, lis. 

riiASEjHugh. Introduction to 
Heraldry. Lond. 1845. 14rth edition, 

7s. 6d. coloured, 18s. 

A good elementary work. The former 
editions 1776, 1776, 17—, 1779, 1781, 1788, 
18M, 1812. Nmsu, pt L 713^ 8s. 1818, 1888. 

— Rev. N. The Way of Truth, 

or a Body of Divinity consonant 

to the Doctrine of the Church of 

England. Lend. 1717-18. 8yo. 

2 vols. 

Willisnu, 469, 12. is. 

— Samuel The I^ws of Chance. 

' Lond. 1758. 8yo. 4s. 

An aceorate work. 

— William. The Grand Tiyal, 

or Poetical Excertitations upon the 

Book of Job. Edinb. 1685. folio. 
See also Clarks.' 

Clabee, Adam, LL.D. View of 
the Succession of Sacred Literature, 
in a chronological Arrangement of 
Authors and meir Works, from the 
Invention of alphabetical Charac- 
ters, to the Year of our Lord, 1445. 
Lond. 1821. 12mo. 1830. 8vo. 
1831. 8vo. 2 vols. The Second 
volume is by J. B. B. Clarke. 

A former edition, 1807, 12mo. 6s. ' A little 
▼olome equally interesting to Uie biblical 
and bibliographical student'— ^oni«. 

— A Bibliographical Dictionary, 

conttuning a cluronological Account, 

alphabetioilly arranged, of the most 

curious, useful and important Books 

in all Departments of Literature. 

Liverpool and Lond.1802 — 4. 12mo. 

6 vols, [usually accompanied by the 

Bibliographic^ Miscellany. See 

next article. The 8 vols. 1/. lis. 6d.] 
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author, the time when he lived, and his 
works. It is unfortunately in many in- 
stances very inaccurate as to titles, dates, 
Ac. Copies with the Bibl. Miscell. Nas. 
sau, pt i. 714, 22. Is. Strettell. 264, 12. ISs. 
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Kerry, 116, 82. Ids. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, 
pt i. e79, 82. 7s. Bindley, pt i. 888, 82. 8s. 

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lany ; or, Supplement to the Bibli- 

ogvaphieal Dictioaary. Lond.l8Q6u 
12mo, 2 Tolfl, 7b. 6d. 

VoL I. contains an aeeoant of Qie En- 
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man Classica, and Eecle8ia8tical IKTritera; 
alsoan eztensire listof Arabic and Perstaa 
elementary treatises, with a jMuticttlar da- 
seription of the principal works of the beat 
Arabic and Persian Writers.— YoL IL B»- 
marks on the Origin of Language, and al- 
phabetical Characters ; a abort hiatory. 
&c of printing, a catalogoe oi aathors and 
their works on bibliography and typogra- 
phy ; an alphabetical list of places where 
printing was carried on in the fifteenth cen- 
tury; an essay on bibliography: aeversl 
bibliographical systems ; a table of the 
olympiads ; the Roman calendar; the H^ 
rah or Moluunmedan era, uid tables of the 
Kalifii, Kings of Persia, Ac 

— Dissertation on Foljglott 
Bibles. 1803. 12mo. 

One hundred copies separately printed. 
This tract originally appeared in the 
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See Bible, p. 193. 

— Charles. Some Conjectares 
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Kent, &c. Lond. 1751. 4to. 2s. 6d. 

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4to. 2b. 6d. 

— Architecfcura Ecdeaiastica 
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Lond. 1820. dephant 4>to. 

Published at 92. botal roue. -1S2. ISs. 
India papeb pboovb, 2K. 4s. [bat now 
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These letters prindpiJly relate to anti- 
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was chaplain to Lord Bristol's embassj at 
Madrid. Bindley, pti.l886»«B.6d. Feot- 
hill, 421, 10s. 

— Edward Daniel, LL.D. Tour 
through the South of England, 


Wales and Part of Ireland, made 

during the Summer of 1791. Lond. 

1793. 8to. 

With plates in aqnatint. Bindley, pt. lii. 
1163^ 17a. 6d. labob papbb, in 4to. (Twelve 
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Written before he was of age. It is 
throughout natural, eloquent, character- 
istic, of youthful ardour and spirit, and 
strongly indicative of feelings, which do 
honour to the goodness and humanity of 
bis heart.— The greater part of the copies 
have been destroyed or lost within a short 
period after its publication. See Otter's 
Life of Clarke. There are copies on fine 
paper, with the plates coloured. 

Clabee, Edward Daniel, LL.D. 
Travels in various Countries of 
Europe, Asia and Africa. Cam- 
bridge, &c. 1810 — 23. 4to. 6 vols, 
numerous plates, [to which the life 
is sometimes added, making 7 vols. 

102. lOs.] 

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caging book of travels ever published in 
this country. Strettell, 595, vols. i. to v. 
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m. 19s. White Knights, 1124, vols. i. to 
m. 12/. 128.— Vol. I. Part the first. Eussia, 
Tartary, and Turkey. First edition. Camb. 
1810, 4to. To this first edition, an appen- 
dix was aifierwards published. 2ud edition, 
Lond. 1811. 4to. 8rd. 1813, 4to. 4th. 1816, 
8vo.— VoL II. Greece, Egypt and the Holy 
Land. Section the first. First edition. 
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ed. 1817, 8vo.— Vol.III. Greece, Egypt and 
the Holy Land. Section the second. First 
edition. 1818, 4to. 2nd. ed. 1817. 8vo.— Vol. 
IV. Greece, Egypt and the Holy Lwid. 
Section the third : to which is added, a 
Supplement respecting the Author's Jour- 
ney from Constantinople to Vienna, con- 
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Transylvania, in Hungary. First edition. 
1816, 4to. 2nd. 1818, 8vo.-Vol. V. Den- 
mark, Sweden, Lapland, Finland. Norway 
and Russia. Section the first. First edi- 
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VI. Denmark, &c. Section the second. 
First edition. 1823, 4to. 

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This edition contains only a selection of 
the plates. 

Testimonies of different Authors, re- 
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in the Vestibule of the public Library at 
Cambridge July the first, 1803 ; with a 
short Account of its Removal from Eleusis, 
Nov. 22, 1801. Cambridge. 1808, 8vo. 

Greek Marbles, brought from the Shores 
of the Euxine, the Archipelago, and the 
Mediterranean, and deposited in the Ves- 
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Cambridge, 1809, 8vo. Combe, 479, 8b. 
4to. PROOFS. lOs. 6d. Drury, 1173, 11. 6s. 

The Tomb of Alexander ; a dissertation 
on the sarcophagus brought from Alexan- 
dria, and now in the British Museum. 
Camb. 1805, 4to. with 5 plates. 

A letter addressed to the gentlemen of 
the British Museum by the author of the 
dissertation on the Alexandrian sarcopha- 
gus. Camb. 1807, 4to. 

The Gas Blow- pipe, or Art of Fusion, 
by burning the gaseous Constituents of 
Water: giving the History of the philoso- 
phical Apparatus so denominated; the 
Proofs of Analogy in its Operations to the 
Nature of Volcanoes; together with an 
Appendix, containing an Account of Ex- 
periments with this Blow-pipe. Lond. 
1819, 8vo. 

Syllabus of lectures in mineralogy, con- 
taining a methodical distribution of mine- 
rals. Lond. 1818^ 8ve. 

— The Life and Bemains of the 
Bev. Edw. Daniel Clarke, LL.I). 
Professor of Mineralogy in the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. Lond. 1824. 

4to. 8^. 3s. 

Pp. 667. A valuable accompaniment to 
the travels of the amiable and accom- 
plished Dr. Clarke, edited by his friend 
Rev. Wm. Otter. 

An edition. 182 . 8vo. 2 vols.— For other 
works by Dr. Clarke, see British Museum. 

— George Somers, D.D, He- 
brew Criticism and Poetry. 1810. 
8vo. 15s. 

— James. A Survey of the 
Lakes of Cumberland, Westmor- 
land and Lancashire : together with 
an Account, historical, topogra- 
phical, and descriptive, of the adja^ 
cent Country. To which is added, 
a Sketch of the Border Laws and 
Customs. Lond. 1787 or 9. folio. 


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Glaskz, James Edward. A Dis- 
sertation on the Dragon, Beast and 
false Prophet of the Apocalypse; 
in which the Numher 666 is satis- 
fectorily explained ; and also a full 
Illustration of Daniel's Vision of 
the Bam and He-GK>at. Lond. 
1814. 8yo. 4s. 

— James Stanier, D.D. The 

Life of Admiral Lord Nelson, K.B. 

from his Lordship's Manuscripts. 

By the Bev. James Stanier Clarke, 

F.R.S. and John M*Arthur, LL.D. 

Lond. 1809. 4to. 2 toIs. 

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Sotheby's, in M&rch, 1824, 162. Hodson, 
~^, 812. 108. Beckford in 1617, 287, 
4.52. Ss. An abridgement was published 
1810, 8vo. at 16s. 

— The Life of James the Second, 

King of Eqgland, &c. collected out 

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Lond. 1816. 4to. 2 vols. 

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M. Sykes, pt i. 717, nusia, 6^ 16b. 6d. 

The Progress of maritime Discovery, 
from the earliest Period to the Close of 
the 18th Century, forming an extensive 
System of Hydrography. Lond. 1803, 4to. 
Pp. 1000, with plates and vignettes, also a 
separate Atlas.— This work was to have 
extended to seven volumes ; but the first 
was so decidedly condemned, that no se- 
cond has appeared. 

Nanfhigia; or, historical Memoirs of 
Shipwrecks and of the providential Deli- 
verance of Vessels. Lond. 1806, 12mo. 2 
vols. 9s.— In this work the author has in- 
serted some fabulous stories, * because the 
example which it held forth would be as 
nseftii as if it were true.' 

— John. The Trvmpet of Apollo. 

Lond. 1602. 12mo. 

A copy is in the British Museum. 

— An Essay upon Study. Lond. 
12mo. 2s. 6d. 

Fraqnently printed. The anthor, win 
waa master of we grammar school in HaO, 
published many other elementary- workji, 
particularly several Latin clasaica, with 
literal English translatioaa. 

Clarke, John Lyster. A Rule 
how to hring yp Children. Lond. 
1588. 8yo. 

Dedicated ' To the Earle of Huntingdon,* 
139 leaves ; on the last, are the printer's 
arms and colophon. This is a aialogue 
between a &ther and his son, wherein the 
Christian and relative duties are illus- 
trated and proved by the scriptures. 

— L. History of the Bihle. 

1737. 4to. 2 Yols. 

Bindley, pt. i. 1811, 18s. 

— Mary Anne. TheBival Princes ; 
or, a faithful !NarratiTe of Facts re- 
lating to Mrs. M. A. Clarke's poli- 
tical Acquaintance with Col. Wardle, 
&cl Ac. Lond. 1810. 8vo. 2 toIs. 
with port, hy Freeman, 6s. 

other works relative to this notorlons 
affair were printed nnder the name of 
M. A. C. 

— Samuel. Scientia metrica & 
rhythmica; sen Tractatus de Pro- 
sodia Arahica, ex Authorihus pro- 
batiss. eruta. Oxon. 1661. 8vo. 

A life of this author, * right famous for 
Oriental learning,' with a list of his works, 
both printed and manuscript, will be found 
in Dr. Bliss' edition of Wood's Atheo. 

— Bey. Sam. Lives of sundry emi- 
nent Persons in this latter ii^e, in 
two Farts. I. of Divines. II. of 
Nobility and Gentry of both Sexes ; 
to which is added, his own Life, 
and the Lives of the Countess of 
Suffolk, Sir Nathaniel Bamardiston, 
Mr. Kiehard Blackerby, and Mr. 
Samuel Fairclough, dntwn up by 
other hands. Lond. 1683. folio. 15s. 

Prefixed is a portrait of the author by R. 
White. The works of this laborious and 
usefiil compiler are collected trom souteeii 
now dispersed, inaccessible or lost, and 
contain muoh curious matter, though, ac- 
cording to Wood, ' Clarke was a severe Cal- 
vinist, and a scribbling plagiary, as his 
works (mostly the lives of presbyteriaa 
divines) shew.' Nassau, pt i. 900, 17s. 
Lloyd, 267, 8s. 6d. 

A Mirror or Looking-glass for Saints & 
Sinners: whereunto is added, a gcogn- 




?1iicftl Description of the known World. 
*he fourth ifdition, very mach enlarged. 
Lond. 1071, folio, 2 vols. Portrait. Rox- 
bnrghe, 1969, U. 28.— 1646, 12mo.— 1654, 
4to. with an oval port, of Clark by R. Gay- 
wood. Bindley, pt.i. 1161, 10s. Nassan, 
pt. i. 710, 98.— 1657, fol. with front, by Gay- 
wood, Hollis, 238. 98. 

A general Martyrologie, containing a 
Collection of all the greatest Persecutions 
which have befaUen the Church of Christ 
from the Creation to onr present Times. 
The third Edition corrected and enlarged. 
Lond. 1673, folio.— 1677. Grave, 171, li.48. 
First edition, entitled ' A Collection of the 
Lives of ten eminent Divines.' &c. Lond. 
1662, 4to. pp. 635, besides title. Another 
edition, 4to. with porjt. of Clarice, set. 66, 
1664, by T. Cross. 

The Marrow of Ecclesiastical History, 
in two Parts: the first, containing the 
Life of Jesns Christ, with the Lives of the 
ancient Fathers, &c: the second, the 
Lives of Christian Emperors, Kings, &c 
&c. The third Eklition corrected and much 
enlarged. Lond. 1676, folio, with a por- 
trait of Clark by J. Dunstall. First edi- 
tion, in two parts, 1660, 4to. with a portrait 
of the author, set. 60, 1649, in his hair 
(some in a cap), by T. Cross. Nassau, pt. 
i. 842, 2 vols. 2^. 2s. Lloyd, 464, pt i. 16s. 

Under the name of Edw. Samuel Clark 
or Clarke the following have appeared :— 

The Life and Death of Nebnchadnezzer 
the Great. 1664. Reprinted in the seventh 
volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts. 

Life and Death of William ^he Conque- 
ror. 1671, 4to. 

The Life and Death of the valiant and 
renowned Sir Francis Drake. Lond. 1671, 
4to. with portrait by R. Vaughan. Font- 
hill, 8242, 21. 2s. Jadis, 196, russia, 16s. 
1671, 8vo. 

A true apd full Narrative of the Delive- 
rance frtnn the Spanish Invasion, 1668, 
and the Gunpowder Plot, Nov. 6, 1605, 
with God's Judgnnent upon the Papists by 
the Fall of the Honse in Black-Friers, 
npon their fifth of Nov. 1628, collected from 
theRelaltionof Dr.-Gouge, an Eye Witness. 
1671, 12ma 6s. Reprinted by Smeeton. 

Life and Death of Edward the Black 
Prince. 1678, 4to. with portrait of the 
anthor by Cross, 6s. 

Englands Remembrancer; being a Sum- 
mary of most remarkable Exploits, from 
1000 to 1676. Lond. 1076, 8va with plates. 
Dowdeswell, 90, 6s. 6d. [First edition 
1657, 12mo. with two plates, hardly ever 
found with the book]. 

Protestant Schoolmaster, containing 
plain and easy Directions for spelling and 
reading English, Sec. with a brief and true 
Account of the bloody Persecutions, Mas- 

sacres, Plots, Treasons and mostinhnman 
Tortures .committed by the Papists upon 
the Protestants for near 600 years past, 
&c. Lond. 1680, 12mo. with a frontispiece 
and plates of Tortures. Skegg, 384, Is. 

The History of the glorious Life, Reign 
and Death of Queen Elizabeth. Lond. 
1682, 12mo. Dowdeswell, 91, 5s. 6d. 

The Life of Tamerlane the Great. Lond. 
4to. Nassau, pt. i. russia, 18s. 

Looking-Glass for Persecutors. Lond. 
small 8vo. 1674. 

The Saints Nosegay, or Poeieof 741 spi- 
ritual Flowers. Lond. 1641. 12mo. 

See Bible, 1690, p. 188. 

Claeke, Sam. D.D. Works, with 
a Preface giying some Account of 
the Author, by Benjamin (Hoadly) 
Bishop of Winchester. Lond. 
1738. fol. di vols, with portrait of 


The writings of Dr. Clarke on the Tri- 
nity contain a great deal of discussion re- 
specting the meaning of Scripture, and 
occasioned a very extended controversy in 
England. Drury, 1212, 82. 3s. Gossett, 
1478, 82. 8s. LABOR PAPBB, Heath, 849, 51, 
Duke of Grafton, 106, ruRsia, 61. 10s. Wil- 
liams, 492, 81. 6s.— 1742, folio, 4 vols. Bp. of 
Ely, 494, 32. 168. 

Cmtents.—YoiB. I. and II. Sermons, in- 
cluding those preached at Boyle's Lecture, 

2%« cnntents of these vols, are aUo puh- 
liaked separatelpj as/oUows: 

Sbrmoks, published from the Author's 
MS. by John Clarke, D.D. Dean of Sa- 
rum. Lond. 1730-1. 8vo. 10 vols. Best 
edition, larqb paper. Williams, 471, 
morocco, 92. 15s. 472, with life, morocco, 
162.-1749, small 12nio. 11 vols. 12. 6h. A 
beautiftal little edition.— 1756, 8vo. 8 vols. 
Earl of Kerry, 92, 42.— 1748, 8vo. 10 vols. 
1820, 8vo. 7 vols. Drury, 896, 82. Dr. 
Johnson remarked, * I shonld recommend 
Dr. Clarke's Sermons were he orthodox ; 
however, it is very well known lohere he 
is not orthodox, which was upon tlie doc- 
trine of the Trinity, as to which he is a 
condemned heretick; so one is aware of it.' 

Sermons pr^oned in 1704 and 17(X}, at 
the Lecture fminded by the Hon. Rob. 
Boyle, Esq. Lond. 1706-6, 8vo. 2 vols. 6s. 
These volumes have been frequently re- 
printed. The latter is inserted by Bp. 
Watson in his Collection of Theological 

Vol. III. A Paraphrase on the four Evan- 
gelists. ' Dr. Clarke's parajfhrase on tiie 
Evangelists deserves an attentive reading; 
he narrates a story in handsome language, 
and connects the parts well together ; but 
fails much in emphasis, and seemfttomis- 



CLA. ^ 

take the or^er of the histories.'— 27r. Dodd- 
ridge. (This has been frequently printed 
in 8to. 2 vols, and generally accompanies 
Pyle on the Epistles^ 

Three practical Essajm on Baptism, 
Confirmation, and Repentance. 

An Exposition of the Ghnrch Catechism. 
(This has been printed separately. Lond. 
1729, 8ro. 8b. 6d.— 1760, 8^0. WUliams. 
473, 128.) 

A Letter to H. Dodwell concerning the 
Immortality of the Bonl; together with 
the four Defenses of it. To which are 
added the Remarks on S^. Clarke's Letter 
to H. Dodwell and the sereral Replies to 
the Doctor's Defenses thereof. 

Reflections on Toland's Amyntor. 

Vol. ly. The Scripture Doctrine of the 
Trinity. (Printed separately. Lond. 1733, 
third edition, 8vo. Ss.) 

Several Tracts relating to the Subject 
of the Trinity. 

A Collection of Papers which passed be- 
tween M. Leibnitz and Dr. Clarke relating 
to the Principles of Natural Philosophy and 
Religion. (Separately. Lond. 1717, 8vo. 
3s. 6d. FINE PAPEB. Bindley, part i. 1197,7s.) 

A Letter to Bei^amin Hoadly, FJR.S., 
occasioned by the controversy relating to 
the Propositions of Velocity and Force in 
Bodies in motion. 

Sermons selected from the Works of the 
Rev. Dr. Samuel Clarke, in Opposition to 
tlie Tenets of Methodism and Calvinism ; 
with some Account of his Life. By the 
Rev. Sam . Clapham. Lond. 1806, 8vo. 9s. 

A practical Paraphrase on the EpiHtles 
of Saint Paul to the Romans, Galatians, 
and the Epistle to the Hebrews, after the 
Manner of Dr. Clarke's Paraphrase on the 
four Evangelists. Lond. 1744, 8vo. 

See Prayer Reformed. 

Clasee, Th. A Oomemorac^cn of 
the Life of Peter Kempe, late' of 
Staunford, deceased : also the tragi- 
cail Discourse of him and his Wjfe, 
deceasinge bothe within the Space of 
V Houres, reported \»y Tho. Clarke 
as Witness of the same. Lond. 
by John Clmrlewood, 1577. 8to. 

— The Becantation of Tho. 
Clarke (sometime a seminarie Priest 
of the College of Rheimes) made 
at Pauls Crosse, 1 July, 1593 ; 
whereunto is annext a former Re- 
cantation made by him in a public 
Assembly, on Easter Day, 15 Apr. 
1598. Lond. 1594. Svo. 

Bindley, pt. iii. 428, 28. 

Ci.AR£E, William, M.A. The Con- 
nexion of the Boman, Saxon, and 
English Coins, deduced from Ob- 
servations on the Saxon Weights 

and Money. Lond. 1767. 4to. ISs. 
A valuable work in oonsiderahle request. 
Brockett, 773, with a postscript intended 
as an appendix, 22. 8s. Combe, 663, lis. 
Heath, 14S8, 12. lis. 6d. Towuelay, pt. L 
17,U4s. HoUis, 400, li. 16«. 

— William, Bookseller. Sepe^ 
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Account of the most celebrated 
British Libraries. Lond. 1819. 
royal 8to. portraits and frontis- 

g'o this work is sometimes appended 
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a Ballad entitled Ham Doings at Rox- 
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Roger Payne, with an engraved sketch of a 
monument to be erected to his memory by 
the Bibliomaniacal Club, 1821.] A work 
containing much curious bibliognipbical 
information, to which the editor of these 
pages has frequently been indebted. i.abob 
PAPER, in super-royal dvo. with proof on In- 
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2499, russia, 42. 8s. Dent, pt. i. 624. 1/. IDs. 
Nassau, pt i. 715, 12. 128. Skegg, 2/. 8s. 

ChASxaov, David. Sermons and 
Discourses on several divine Sub- 
jects. Lond. 1696. foL 158. 

Prefixed is a portrait of the author by 
R. White. 

— Bessy. Conflict in Consci- 
ence of a deare Christian, named 
Bessie Clarksone, in the Parish of 
Lanerk, which shee lay ynder three 
Teare and an half. Edinb. 1631. 
12mo. 18s. 

— Thomas, M.A. A Portraiture 
of Quakerism. Second Edition. 

Lond. 1807. 8vo. "8 vols. 

Of the first edition of this celebrated 
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and 
Accomplishment of the Abolition of the 
Slave Trade, by the British Parliament. 
Lond. 1808, 8vo. 8 vols. 12s. 

Memoirs of the private and public Life 
of William Penn. I^ond. 181 3, 8vo. 2 voIh. 
16s. A notice of this work wiU be found 
in the Edinburgh Review, zxi. 444—^8. 




Clasaical Manual ; or, a mytho- 
logical, historical and geographical 
Commentary on Pope's Homer and 
Dryden*8 JSneid of Virgil, with a 
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Clatell, John. A Becantation 
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1591. 4to. 

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— Robert, Bishop of Clogher. 
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Decretum Laeedoemoxdorum contra Ti> 
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See HoMBB, Oxon. 1800. 

Clef ded Champs, poor trouver 
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]EVuitz. Imprim^ aux Blacke-friers 
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British Bibliographer, ii. 17—19. 

CleiiANd, James. HPQ-JIAI- 

AEI A, or the Institution of a young 

Nobleman. Oxford, Barnes, 1607. 


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128. Constable, 287, 9s. 6d. Inglis, 861, 
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— James, M. D. Annals of Glas- 
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theBise and l^rogreoB of that City. 
Glasgow, 1816. 8yo. 2 vds. 150. 

VOL. I. 

This author published other works re- 
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CleIiASTD, John. Specimen of an 
Etimological Yocabulary, or Essay, 
by Means of the analytic Method, to 
retrieve the antient Celtic. With 
additional Articles. Lond. 1768-9. 
8vo. 7s. 

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The Way to Things by Words and to 
Words by Things : being a Sketch of an 
Attempt at the Retrieval of the ancient 
Celtic or primitive Language of Europe : 
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Memoirs of a Coxcomb. Lond. 1761, 
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Three dramatic ^eoes, viz. Titus Yes* 
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Surprises of Love. Lond. 1766, 12mo. 
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The Man of Honour. Lond. 17 — , 
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This author, son of Col. C, the WilL 
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— WiDiam. A Collection of 

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upon various Qcoasions. Pnnted 

in the Year 1697. small 8yo. 12s. 

Pp. 140. The author styles himself 
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Regiment. Bibl. Anglo^Poet. 006 (MS. 
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Cielia, The Hock, or Madam 
Quixote: being a comical History of 
French Gkdlantries. Lond. 1678. 
8vo. 5b. 

The romance of Clelie was written hj 
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Glemsns ALEXAKDBnnjs. Opera, 
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Pottermn, Episcopum Oxoniensem. 
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According to Dr. Harwood, * Averysplen- 
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21. 168. Williams, 498, morocco, 61, large 
PAPER. Heath, 606, 51. 12s. 6d. Reprinted 
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Clemens Bomanus, S. Epistola 
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Notis Patr. Jwiii, Sooto-britanni, 
Oxon. 1633. 4to. 

Editio princeps. Gordonstoon, S92, 28. 


— Ad Corinthios EpistolsD duse, 
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Edited by J. Fell, Bishop of Oxford, large 
PAPER. 68.— Lond. 1687, 8vo. Ss. Edited by 
Colom'esius. Lond. 1^5. 

S. Clementis Romani, S. Tgnatil, S. Po- 
lycarpi, patrum apostolicorum qua) super- 
sunt, accedunt S. Ignatii et S. Polycarpi 
martyria, gr. ad fidem codicum recens, etc. 
illustravit Gul. Jacobson. Oxford, 1838, 
8vo. 2 vols. 

— The First Epistle of Clement 
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Clemens VIII. AFardon and Ab- 
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Apologia pro Uierarchia Ecdesiasticaa 
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The famous Conclave wherein Clement 
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Clemens XIV. See Q^angaitelij. 

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— John Opvscrlvm plane di- 
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— Marciano, or the Discovery, 

a Tagi-comedy. Edinb. 1663. 4to. 


This piece is said to have been acted 
with great applause, before his M^esty's 
high Commissioner, and othera of the no- 
bility, at the abbey of Holyrood house. 

Cleby, M. Journal de ce qui 

s'est pass^ h la Tour dn Temple 

pendant la Captirite de Louis XTL 
Boi de France. Lond. 1798. 8rsi. 
Written Ifv the Valet de Chamteed« 
fioi. Fonthill, 8390, 1^ labob papbb, 
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Clbyelajo), Ezra, B.D. A ge- 
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shire. The Rector ci Honiton (E;sra 
Cleaveland) has more gratitude than in- 
dustry, and more industry than criticiam.' 
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Gough, 909, U. 28. Sir P. Tharapflon, 194, 

— John. Works, contaimng his 

Poems, Orations, Epistles, coUasted 

into one Volume, with the liife of 

the Author. Lond. 1687. 12mo. 

Pp. 646, with portrait BIbL Anglo- 
Poet 162, 11. Is. Nassau, pt i. 718. Sto. 
* While the first edition and e&eets of 
Paradise Lost were slowly stmggling 
throuffh the mists of bigotry and party 
prejudice into public reputation, ib» 
PoMns of Cleveland were poured forth in 
innumerable impressions. The reverse is 
now the singular contrast; and Cleveland 
has had the fkte of those poets, described 
in Johnson's life of Cowley, whCL ' paying 
their court to temporary prejudioes, have 
been at one time too much praised, and at 
another too much neglected.' " — ^etrotf. 
Rev, zii. 123-42. 

The Character of a London DinnalL 
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GuBYELAFD, John — continued. 

the Character of a Diurnal-Maker. Loud. 
1654, 4to. 

Poems, 1661. Another edition, 1651, 
"With additions, 2 ports. 78 leaves, besides 

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Poems. By John Cleavland. With 
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Cleveland Revived, 1662, 8vo. with por- 

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Copies. Lond. 1677, 8vo. pp. 239, with por- 
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Rev. zii. 128-^12. 

Cleyxland, Parker. An elemen- 
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1822. 8vo. 

A very excellent work, ably noticed iu 
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CHdamas, or the Sicilian Tale. 

Lond. 1659. small 8vo. 

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GuFFOBD, Arthur. Tixall Poetry, 
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Clj^ordiana, industria et studio. O. 
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Cliffobd, Sir Thomas and Ar- 
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With engravings to each song. A 
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Clive, Bobert, Lord. See Ca- 
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Clodoaldus. — A Saxon Historie 
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Close, Francis, A.M. The Book 
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Closse, 0eo. The Parricide Pa- 
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' Black letter. Oordonstoun, 451, 12. Is. 
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Clowes, William. A prooued 
Practise for all young Chirurgions 
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CLrBBE, Eev. John. Miscel- 
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Cluttbebuck, Eobert. The His- 
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