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MAYow, Joms, M.D. (Con).
Nicol Scherer. Jena bey Johann Christian Gottfried Gopferdt, 1799, 80., pp. xxii and 456. Register, 6 leaves, Inhalt, 1 leaf.
Mayow anticipated, or the discoveries of Hooke relative to the composition of our atmosphere. Communicated by J. R. Thornton, M.D. Tilloch's Philos. Mag., iii, 370–75, (1799).
Letter from [Thomas] Beddoes, M.D., respecting Cit. Fourcroy's account of the discoveries of Mayow. W. Nicholson's Journ. of Natural Philosophy, iii, 108, (1800).
MAYOW, PHILIP WYNELL (eld. son of John Salt Wynell Mayow. d. 1802). b. 17 Mch., 1771. d. 54, Guilford St., London, 28 Dec., 1844. cf. Gent. Mag., xxiii, 316, (1845).
Note.—The Rev. Mayow Wynell Mayow, M.A. (2nd son of the above), b. 8 July, 1810, is the author of numerous works.
MAYOW, REv. RICHARD. Canon of Exeter. b. Bray d. 1500. cf. Bliss Wood, ii, 709.
MAYOW, Rev. Robert WYNELL, B.A. (2nd son of John Salt Wynell Mayow). Curate of St. Thomas' Chapel, Ardwick, near Manchester, 1816–17. b. Saltash, 8 Oct., 1777. d. Ardwick, Manchester, 8 Jan., 1817. cf. Gent. Mag., lxxxvii, pt. i. 90, (1817). Plain Preaching, or sermons for the poor and for people of all ranks. By the Rev. R. Mayow. 2nd ed. Lond., printed for Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row. [R. Cocker, printer, Ormskirk, 1816, 12°., pp. viii and 406, 6/-. Sermons and Miscellaneous Pieces. By the Rev. R. W. Mayow, formerly of Exeter College, Oxford, and Curate of Ardwick, near Manchester. To which is prefixed a memoir of his life. Lond, printed for Budd and Calkin, 100, Pall Mall, 1821, 89., pp. 453, 7/6.
MAYSON, REv. CHARLEs, D.D. (son of Rev. Peter Mayson). Fellow of Wadham Coll.; R. of Lezant, 31 July, 1784 to 1815. b. Frome, 1753. d. Lezant, 14 Jan., 1815. cf. Gent. Mag., lxxxv, pt. i., 94, (1815).
MEASOM, GEORGE SAMUEL, F.R.G.S. (son of
Daniel Measom). b. Greenwich, Dec., 1818.
The Official Illustrated Guide to the Bristol and Exeter, North and South Devon, Cornwall and South Wales Railways. By G. Measom. 300 Engravings. Lond, R. Griffin, n.d., [1860, so., 1/-.—2nd ed. Lond, Griffin, Bohn and Co. n.d., [1861, 8°., pp. 280, 1/-,
Nore.—The Account of the Cornwall and West
Cornwali Railways, with 27 views, is contained in pp. 213-64.
MELVILL, REv. HENRY, B.D. (son of Capt. Philip Melvill). Fellow and Tutor of St. Peter's Coll., Camb., 1822–321; Incumb. of Camden Chapel, Camberwell, 1830?; Chaplain to the Tower of London, 1840; Golden Lecturer, St. Margaret's, Lothbury, 1850–56; Principal of East India Coll., Haileybury, 1843; Canon of St. Paul's, 1856–71; R. of Barnes, 1863–71. b. Pendennis Castle, 14 Sept., 1798. d. Residentiary House, Amen Court, London, 9 Feb., 1871, bur. St. Paul's, 15th Feb. cf. J. Grant's Metropolitan Pulpit, (1839), ii, 1–21; Diary of H. C. Robinson, iii, 177–78; The London Pulpit, by J. Ewing Ritchie, (1858), pp. 60–68; Jos. Johnson's Popular Preachers, (1863), pp. 189– 201 ; The Preacher's Lantern, Ed. by Revs. Parton Hood and D. Longwill. (1871), i, 193– 207, 257-67, 332–42, (1871); English Cyclop; Men of the Time; Annual Register (Obituary), 1871, p. 145. The veil lifted up, a sermon preached at St. Margaret's, Lothbury, Feb. 20, 1871, being the Tuesday after the funeral of Canon Melvill. By Daniel Moore, M.A. Lond., Oxford and Cambridge, Rivingtons, 1871, 40., pp. 23.
A Sermon in behalf of the London Association, in aid of the Missions of the United Brethren. Preached at St. Clement's, London, April 26, 1830. By H. Melvill, M.A., Minister of Camden Chapel, Camberwell, and late Fellow and Tutor of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. Lond., published by L. B. Seeley and Sons. Printed by L. B. Seeley and Sons, Weston
reen, Thames ..". 8°., pp. 32, 1/6.
The 'Spital Sermon. Preached before the Lord Mayor and Corporation of the City of London, at Christ Church, Newgate St., Apl. 5, 1831. By the Rev. H. Melvill, M.A. Lond., L. B. Seeley and Sons, 1831, 8°., 1/6.
Report of two Funeral Sermons for the late Rev. William Howels, A.M. By the Rev. H. Melvill, A.M., and the Hon. and Rev. Baptist Noel, A.M., preached at Long Acre Episcopal Chapel, on Sunday, Nov. 25, 1832. To which is added substance of a sermon by the late Rev. W. Howels. Lond, published by W. Strange, 21, Paternoster Row, 1832, 8°., pp. 34, 1/-.
Norr.—The Sermon preached on Sunday morning by the Rev. H. Melvill occupies pp. 8-21. S S
MELWILL, Rev. HENRY, B.D. (Con.).
A Sermon preached...on the occasion of the death of the Rev. W. Howels, M.A...By H. Melvill, M.A. 2nd ed. Lond, published by L. B. Seeley and Sons. [Thames Ditton, printed.) 1832, 80., pp. 50.—3rd ed. 1832, 80., pp. 50. Sermons. By H. Melvill, M.A. Lond, J. G. and F. Rivington, 1833 and 1838, 2 vols., 89. —4th ed. 1840–42, 2 vols., 89.-5th ed. Lond., F. and J. Rivington, 1846, 2 vols., 80.—New ed. Lond., Oxford and Cambridge, Rivingtons, 1870, 2 vols., 80. The Divine Patience exhausted through the making void the divine law. A sermon preached at Camden Chapel, Camberwell, on Sunday, the 26 April, 1835, by H. Melvill, A.M. Minister of the Chapel. Lond, J. G. and F. Rivington, 1835, 89., pp. 36. Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge, during the month of February, 1836. To which are added two sermons preached in Great St. Mary's at the evening lecture. By H. Melvill, M.A. Cambridge, printed for J. and J. J. Deighton, 1836, 8°., pp. viii and 141, 5/-.
NoTE.—This work has extended to five editions.
A Sermon preached at the sixty-second Anniversary of the Royal Humane Society, at St. Luke's Church, Chelsea, on Sunday morning, May 1, 1836. By the Rev. H. Melvill, M.A. Lond, printed for the Society by Compton and Ritchie, Middle St., Cloth Fair, 1836, 80. pp. 36, 1/-.
Fo Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge, during the month of February, 1837. To which are i. two Sermons preached at the Evening Lecture, in Great St. Mary's Church. By H. Melvill, B.D. Cambridge, printed for J. and J. J. Deighton, Trinity St., 1837, 89., pp. 140, 5/-.
Note.—Five editions of this work have been printed.
Religious Education, a sermon preached at Camden Chapel, Camberwell, on Sunday, Jan. 28, 1838, after the reading of the Queen's letter on behalf of the National Society. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, printed for J. G. and F. Rivington, 1838, 89., pp. 36, 1/6.-2nd ed., 1839, 89., 1/6. The Greatness of being useful. A Sermon preached in the church of St. Nicholas, Deptford, on Trinity Monday, June 11, 1838, before the Corporation of Trinity House. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, printed for J. G. and F. Rivington, 1838, 49., pp. 23, 1/6. The East Wind and the Rough Wind. A sermon preached at the church of St. Philip, Stepney, on the morning of Sunday, Feb. 3, 1839, in behalf of the Samaritan Society, con
MELWILL, Rev. HENRY, B.D. (Com.).
nected with the London Hospital. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., sold by J. G. and F. Rivington, 1839, 8°., pp. 32. Four Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge, during the month of November, 1839. To which areadded.Two Sermons preached, the one at Great St. Mary's, the other at St. Michael's. By H. Melvill, B.D. Cambridge, printed for J. and J. J. Deighton, 1839, 8°., 5.
NoTE.—Three editions of this work have been published.
Protestantism and Popery. By the Rev. H. Melvill. Extracted by permission from his second volume of Sermons published by Rivingtons, London, 1838. 3rd thousand. Lond, printed by A. Macintosh, 20, Great New-Street. Published by the Protestant Association. [Tract No. 18.] 1839, 8°., pp. 12, 1}d.
The Church of Rome in her primitive purity compared with The Church of Rome at the
resent day...By John H. Hopkins, D.D...First ondon edition revised and corrected by the
Author, with an introduction, by the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., printed for J. G. and F. Rivington, 1839, 8°., pp. xxiv. and 396, 8/6.
Sermons preached at Cambridge during the month of November, 1839. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, printed for J. G. F. and J. Rivington, 1840, 8°., pp. viii and 141.
Spiritual Destitution of the parish of BethnalGreen, London. Two sermons preached in the parish church of St. Vedast, Foster Lane, Cheapside, on Sunday, Dec. 29, 1839. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D., and the Rev. Thomas Dale, M.A. Lond., Smith, Elder and Co., 1840, 8°., pp. 60 and 7, 2/-.
NoTE.—Mr. Melvill's Sermon with a half title called “Christ weeping over the City,” and a preface dated “Camberwell, 14 Feb., 1840," occupies pp. 1-27.
Angels rejoicing in the gospel. A sermon preached on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1840, in the church of St. John the Evangelist, Brighton, on the occasion of its Consecration by the Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Worcester. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., printed for J. G. F. and J. Riving ton, 1840, 89., pp. 32. Remarkson Evangelical preaching, (exclusively so called) as exhibited in a published sermon of the Rev. Henry Melvill. Lond., 1840, 89. Christianity the Guardian of Human Life. A Sermon preached in the church of St. Nicholas, Deptford, on Trinity Monday, June 15, 1840, before the Corporation of Trinity House. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, printed for J. G. F. and J. Rivington, 1840, 8°., pp. 24. The Englishman's Library, No. xi. A Practi.
The young admonished from the example of Timothy. A sermon preparatory to confirmation reached at Camden Chapel, Camberwell, on §. Apl. 24, 1842. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., printed for J. G. F. and J. Rivington, 1842, 8°., pp. 28. The Least of service to the Greatest. A sermon preached in the church of St. Nicholas, Deptford, on Trinity Monday, May 23, 1842, before the Corporation of Trinity House. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, printed for J. G. F. and J. Rivington, 1842, 4°., pp. 19. Sermons on certain of the less prominent facts and references in Sacred Story. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, printed for J. G. F. and J. Rivington, 1843–45, 2 vols., 8°., 10/6 ea. vol. The Blessing in the Curse. A sermon preached in the church of St. Nicholas, Deptford, on Trinity Monday, June 3, 1844, before the Corporation of Trinity House. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., F. and J. Rivington, 1844, 49., pp. 24. The Word in Season. A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Thursday, May 9, 1844, at the Festival of the Sons of the Clergy. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D. Together with a report of the committee, etc. Lond., sold by F. and J. Rivington, 1844, 8°., pp. 60.
NotE.—Mr. Melvill's Sermon occupies pp. 1-28.
MELVILL, Rev. HENRY, B.D. (Con.).
No. 17, Tracts for Englishmen. The Parting Hymn. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D...Chaplain to the Tower of London. Lond, Edwards and Hughes, Ave-Maria Lane, 1846, 8°., pp. 12, 1}d. The Shipwreck, a Sermon preached in the church of St. Nicholas, Deptford, on Trinity Monday, June 8, 1846, before the corporation of Trinity House. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, F. and J. Rivington, 1846, 40., pp. 16. Sermons preached on public occasions. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., F. and J. Rivington, 1846, 8°., pp. xii and 368, 10/6. The fall of Jericho; a sermon on the extension of the church in the colonies and dependencies of the British Empire, preached before the University of Cambridge, on Sunday, Nov. 26, 1848. By H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, F. and J. Rivington, 1848, 8°., pp. 32. The Rev. H. Melvillon Ireland, 1848. Foster, printer, Kirby Lonsdale, [1848, 16°. s.sh. The Jealousy of God. A Sermon preached at the Foundling Hospital, on Sunday, May 6th, 1849. By H. Melvill, B.D. Published by the Governors of the Hospital. Lond, J. W. Parker, West Strand, 1849, 89., pp. 27. The Preacher in Print. Second Series. The Golden Lectures. Forty-eight sermons delivered at St. Margaret's Church, Lothbury, on Tuesday mornings, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1850. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D. Selected from the Penny Pulpit. Lond, Jas. Paul, 1, Chapter House Court, North side, St. Paul's Church-yard and Paternoster Row. n.d., [1850, 8°., pp. 214.
Note.—This work was published without Mr. Melvill's sanction.
The Modern Pulpit; A Collection of Sermons by the following eminent divines, the Venerable Archdeacon Sinclair, A.M...Rev. H. Melvill, B.D., etc. With an Introductory Essay by the Rev. Arthur Gore Pemberton, M.A. Lond., Seeley and Co. n.d., [1850, 8°., pp. xl and 352.
NotE.—“The Question of Judas, Master, is it I. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D.” is contained in pp. 23156.
Thoughts appropriate to the season and the days, in lectures, delivered on the Tuesday mornings during Lent, 1851, at St. Margaret's, Lothbury. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., Kerby and Son, 190, Oxford St., 1851, 8°., pp. iv and 243.
A Selection from the Lectures delivered at St. Margaret's, Lothbury, on the Tuesday mornings of the years 1850, 1851, 1852. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D. Lond., F. and J. Rivington, 1853, 80., pp. viii and 389.
Hints on the culture of character. By the
Golden Counsels, the young christian's remembrancer. Selections from the Rev. H. Melvill's “Golden Lectures,” etc. Edited by the Author of Pietas Privata. Portrait of Rev. H. Melvill. Lond, John Farquhar Shaw, 1856, 12°., pp. 511. The Golden Lectures for the years 1850 to 1855 inclusive. Preached in St. Margaret's Church, Lothbury. By the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D. Lond, James Paul, 1856, 6 vols., 8°., 36/-. Voices of the Year; a course of expository readings appropriate to the Holydays and Sundays throughout the year; chiefly selected from the “Golden Lectures” delivered by the Rev. H. Melvill, B.D., in the Church of St. Margaret, Lothbury. Lond., James Paul, 1, Chapter House Court, 1856, 2 vols., 80. Selections from the sermons preached during the latter years of his life in the parish church of Barnes and in the Cathedral of St. Pauls. By H. Melvill, B.D., late Canon of St. Paul's and Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen. Lond., Rivington's, 1872, 2 vols. cr., 8°., 5/- ea. The Anchor of the Soul. A Sermon. Church of England Mag., i, 360–66, (1836). The defensive power of the peace of God. ib., iv, 272–78, (1838). The Instructive example of Baal's Priests. ib., xviii, 326–34, (1845).
MELVILL, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR PETER MELVILL, K.C.B. (4th son of the succeeding). Secretary to the Hon. East India Co.; Military and Naval Secretary to the Government of Bombay; Knighted, 1860. b. Pendennis Castle, 2 July, 1803. Now resident at Brighton. cf. Men of the Time, 1862 and 1868.
MELVILL, CAPT. PHILIP, of the 73rd Foot (4th son of John Melvill, Collector of Customs, Dun. bar). Lieut. Governor of Pendennis Castle, 1796–1811. b. Dunbar, 7 Apl., 1762. d. Pendennis Castle, 27 Oct., 1811. bur. Falmouth Church. cf. Gent. Mag., lxxxi, pt. ii,491,667, (1811).
The true christian exemplified, being the substance of a sermon occasioned by the death of P. Melville, (sic) Esq., Deputy Governor of Pendennis Castle, Cornwall, preached at Ely Chapel, Holborn, London, on Sunday, Nov. 24, 1811. By John Wilcox, M.A...Lond, printed by J. Dennett, Leather Lane; sold by Seeley, Fleet St., 1811, 80., pp. viii and 22.
Memoirs of the late Philip Melvill, Esq., Lieut. Gov. of Pendennis Castle, Cornwall; with An Appendix containing extracts from his diaries and letters: selected by A Friend. Together with two letters and a sermon, occasioned by his death. Lond, printed by J. Dennett. Sold by Hatchard, Piccadilly...n.d., [1812,] 89. Titles and prefaces, pp. viii, memoirs and appendix, pp. 291, List of Subscribers, 10 leaves.—2nd ed. Lond., published by Hatchard, Piccadilly, 1815, 12°., pp. 235, 5/-.
Nore.—The 2nd ed. does not contain the Rev. J. Wilcox's Sermon.
The Parental Instructor; or advice to youth. Extracted from Governor Melvill's Letters to his Children. By Rev. J. Bulmer. Lond, Offer, 1822, 129., 2d.
MENHINICK, ALEXANDER (son of Alex. Men. hinick). b. Tregaraen, St. Mabyn, about 6 miles from Camelford, 1775. d. Sladesbridge, near Wadebridge, 5 Jan., 1812.
The Victorious Christian. A funeral sermon preached at Sladesbridge, at the interment of the much lamented Alex. Menhinick. By W. Fowler. Bodmin, printed by R. Bligh, 1812, 12°., pp. 29.
Note.—This sermon was preached by the Rev. W. Fowler before the corpse was taken from the house.
Memoir of Mr. Alex. Menhinick, by Rev. Francis Truscott. Methodist Mag., xlii, 561–73, (1819).
MENWYNECK FAMILY, of St. Germans of Chancery Proceedings temp. Eliz., i, p. xl; Trevelyan Papers, (Camden Soc.), i, 63.
MEREDITH, Edward (son of the Rev. Edward Meredith, R. of Landulph, d. 8 May, 1661). Student of Christ Church, 1666; Secretary to Sir W. Godolphin, whilst in Spain. b. Cornwall, 1648, d. Italy. cf. Bliss Wood, iv, 393, MEREDITH, Edward. (Con.).
654; Welch's List of Westminster Scholars, (1852), p. 161 ; Dodd's Church Hist., (1742), iii, 465. Some Remarques upon a late popular piece of nonsense, called Julian the Apostate. Together with a particular vindication of His Royal Highness the Duke of York...By a lover of Truth, Vertue, and Justice, [i.e., E. Meredith..] Lond, oted for T. Davies, 1682, fol., pp. 35. Bod. #0. NotE.—“Julian the Apostate" is to be found in “The Works of the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Johnson.
Lond., 1710, fol.” pp. 1-116. It first appeared without the author's name, Lond., 1682, 89.
A Journal of Meditations for every day in the year. Gathered out of divers Authors. Written first in Latin by N. B., and newly translated into English by olo | The Third Edition. Lond., printed by Henry Hills, Printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, for his Houshold and Chappel; for him and Matthew Turner, at the Lamb, in High-Holborn, 1687, 80. Br. Museum.
NoTE.—The Translater to the Reader and the Preface unpaged ; then pp. 482. Then follow a Table of the Meditations and a Table of the Sundays throughout the year also unpaged.
A Letter to Dr. E. Stillingfleet] concerning his late letter to Mr. o and the account he gives in it of a conference between Mr. G. and himself. Lond., printed by Henry Hills, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty for his houshold and Chappel, 1687, 4°., pp. 36. Br. Museum and Trin. Coll. Lib., Dublin.
NotE.-Signed “E. Meredith,J London, March 28, 1687.”
A second letter to Mr. G. in answer to two Letters lately published concerning the conference at the D. of P. [Anon. By E. Stillingfleet, D.D.] Lond., 1687, 4°., pp. 44. Chetham Lib. A True account of a conference held about religion at London, Septemb. 29, 1687, between A. Pulton, Jesuit, and Tho. Tenison, D.D., as also of that which led to it and followed after it. By T. Tenison, D.D. Lond, printed for Ric. Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown, in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1687, 4°., pp. 83 and Epistle Dedicatory unpaged. Br. Museum. The Windication of A. Cresner, (sic) SchoolMaster, in Long-Acre, from the aspersions of A. 'Pulton, Jesuit, and Schoolmaster in the Savoy: together with some account of his discourses with Mr. Meredith. . [By A. Cressener.] Lond, printed for Ric. Chiswell... 1687, 40., pp. 14. Chetham Lib., and Br. Museum. Remarks of A. Pulton, Master in the Savoy,
MEREDITH, Edward. (Con.}.
upon Dr. Tho. Tenison's late Narrative...and a reply to A. Chresner's (sic) pretended vindication. Lond, printed by Nathaniel Thompson... 1687, 40., pp. 42 and Epistle Dedicatory with Testimonies unpaged. Br. Museum. A true and full account of a conference held about religion, between Dr. Tho. Tenison and A. Pulton, one of the Masters in the Savoy. |. Andrew Pulton.] Lond, printed by Nathaniel hompson, at the entrance into Old-Spring-Garden, near Charing-Cross, 1687, 4°., pp. 18 and To the Reader unpaged. Br. Museum. Mr. Pulton consider'd in his sincerity, reasonings and authorities...By Tho. Tenison, D.D. Lond., printed for Richard Chiswell...1687, 40., pp. 100 and Dedication unpaged. Br. Museum and Chetham Lib. Remarks on a late conference between Andrew Pulton, Jesuit, and Thomas Tenison, D.D. By [E. Meredith..] Lond., 1687, 4°. Some further remarks on the late account given by Dr. Tenison of his conference with Mr. Pulton wherein the Doctor's three exceptions against Edward Meredith are examined, several of his other misrepresentations laid open, motives of the said E. M.'s conversion shewed, and some other points relating to controversie occasionally treated. Together with an appendix in which some passages of the doctor's book entituled, Mr. Pulton considered, are re-considered; and in the close the best means of coming to true faith proposed. To all which is added a postscript, in answer to the pamphlet put forth by the School-Master of Long Acre. o E. Meredith.] Lond., printed by Henry Hills...and are to be sold at his Printing-House on the Ditch-Side, in Black-Fryers, 1688, 49. Trin. Coll. Lib., Dublin, and Br. Museum.
NoTE.—To the readers unpaged, signed E.M.; The Remarks, Appendix, etc., signed Edward Meredith, pp. 1-161; postscript, pp. 162-76.
A Windication of Protestant Charity, in answer to some passages in Mr. E. Meredith]'s remarks on a late conference. [By James Harrington.] Oxford, 1688, 49. Chelham Lib.
Some reflexions upon a Treatise call'd Pietas Romana and Parisiensis, lately printed at Oxford. To which are added. I, A Windication of Protestant charity, in answer to some passages in Mr. E. Meredith,)'s Remarks on a late Conference. II, A defence of the Oxford reply to two Discourses there printed, A.D. 1687. [Anon. By James Harrington.] Oxford, printed at the Theater, Anno Domini, 1688, 49., pp. 91. Bod. Lib. .
NoTE.—“A Windication of protestant charity,” &c. is contained in pp. 32-44.