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Written in defence of the Cambridge orator against Tho. Key.'-Nicolson. Steevens, 1850, 5s. 6d. The antiquity of Cambridge on 360 pages, exclusive of a catalogue of authors, an index, and table of errors. The antiquity of Oxford contains E, in fours. Another edition. 1574. 4to. Pp. 268, besides Index Rerum,' and 'Catalogus Scriptorum.' Towneley, pt. ii. 483, 15s. Bindky, pt. ii. 335, 14. 2s. Dent, pt. i. 633, 15s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 591. 17. 1s.

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Thomas. Assertio Antiquitatis Oxoniensis Academiæ, incerto Authore eiusdem Gymnasij. Cum Fragmento Oxoniensis Historiolæ. Londini per Henricum Bynneman,

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HEARNE, Thomas.
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Kay,-. Collection of 260 Portraits of eminent Scotch Persons drawn and etched from Life. 4to.

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KEACH, Benjamin. A Key to open Scripture Metaphors and Types. London, 1681. folio.

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KEATING, Geoffry. A general History of Ireland, translated from the Irish by Dermod O'Connor. London, 1723. folio.

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Progress of Sin: or, the Travels of Ungodliness. 1763. 18mo. with cuts. 3s.-Gainsb. 1801. 18mo. 1s.

KEATE, George. An Account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the Western Part of the Pacific Ocean, composed from the Journals and Communications of Capt. Henry Wilson, and some of his Officers, who, in August 1783, were there shipwrecked in the Antelope, a Packet belonging to the Honourable East India Company. London,

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William H. Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeck, Lake of the Woods, &c. performed in the Year 1823. Lond. 1826. 8vo. 2 vols.17. 8s.

Compiled from the notes of Messrs. Long, Say, Keating, and Colhoun.

KEATINGE, Maurice. Travels in Europe and Africa. Lond. 1816. 4to. 2 vols.

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KEATS, John. Endymion, a poetic Romance. Lond. 1818. 8vo.

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KEBLE, Joseph. Reports in the Court of King's Bench from the 12th to the 30th Year of Charles II. with two Tables to each Volume. London, 1685. folio. 3 vols. 11. 11s. 6d.

This collection is according to Lord Hardwicke, though far from an accurate yet a pretty good register,' but Lord Kenyon styles Keble a bad reporter.'

KEDER, Nic. Catalogus Num

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Nummorum in Hibernia antequam hæc Insula sub Hen. II. Anglia Rege Anglici facta sit Juriscusorum Indagatio, et Catalogus Nummerum Anglo-Saxonicorum et AngloDanicorum. Lips. 1708. 4to.

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Memoirs of the Life of Mr. Theophilus Keene the late eminent Tragedian. 1718.


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George, M. A. Journal of Travels from New Hampshire to Caratauk on the Continent of North America. Lond. 1706. 4to.

Keith, who at one time professed himself a quaker, published many controversial tracts in opposition to their doctrines, with Reasons for renouncing that Sect.'

Rev. Patrick. A System of Physiological Botany. London, 1816. 8vo. 2 vols.

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KEILWAY, Robert. Reports of select Cases in the Reign of Henry VII. & VIII. not comprehended in the Year Books, with some few Cases by Mr. Jus. Dalison and Mr. Serj. Benloe. Lond. 1688. folio. 12s. taining the first six Books of Euclid from the

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Keith Family.-A Vindication of Mr. Robert Keith, and of his young Grand-Nephew Alexander Keith

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KELLE, John. The Confessioun of M. John Kelle, Minister of Spott. Edinb. be Rob. Lekprevik, 1570.


lish Reader. London, 1721. 8vo.

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Michael. Reminiscences, including a Period of nearly half a Century; with original Anecdotes of many distinguished Personages, political, literary and musical. Second Edition. Lond. 1826. 8 vols.

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KELLISON, Matthew. A Survey

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KELSALL, Charles.

of the new Religion. Doway, 1605. Excursion from Rome to Arpino.


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KELTRIDGE, John. The Exposition and Readynges upon the Wordes of our Sauiour Christe, that bee written in the xi. of Luke. London, 1578. 4to.

Dedicated to John Elmer, Bishop of London.

Two godlie and learned Sermons appointed and preached before the Jesuites, &c. in the Tower of London. Anno. 1581. Lond. 4to. KELYNG, Sir John. Reports of divers Cases in Pleas of the Crown in the Reign of Charles II. with Directions for Justices of the Peace and others. London, 1708, or 1739. folio. 6s.

KELYNGE, William. Reports of Cases in Chancery and K. B. from the 3rd to the 9th George II. London, 1764. folio. 17. 1s.

KEMBLE, John Philip. Fugitive Pieces. York, 1780. 8vo.

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rum Trias; sive Bibliotheca Anglorum theologica, &c. Lib. iii. cum Appendice, de Regia Societate Londinensi. Regiomont. 1677. 4to. 188.

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KEMPE, Margery. A short Treatyse of Contemplacyon taught by the Lorde Jhesu Cryste or taken out of the Boke of Margerie Kempe of Lyn. 4to.

Four leaves printed by W. de Worde. A copy, said to be unique, is in the Public Library at Cambridge.

William. Nine Daies Wonder performed in a Daunce from London to Norwich. London, 1600. 4to.

'A great curiosity, and, as a rude picture of national manners, extremely well worth reprinting.'-Gifford. A manuscript transcript at the sale of the Roxburghe library, no. 6677, 31. 3s. resold White Knights, 2305, ander Dyce. Kemp was one of the original 21. 2s. It is now reprinting by the Rev. Alexactors in Shakespeare's plays. His miraculous morris-dance, performed in nine days from London to Norwich was much misrepresented in the popular ballads of the day. See Warton's Hist. of English Poetry. 8vo. iv. 257, and 392.

A dvtiful Invective against the moste haynous Treasons of Ballard and Babington: with other their Adherents latelie executed. Together with the horrible Attempts and Actions of the Q. of Scottes: and the Sentence pronounced against her at Fodderingay. Newlie compiled and set forth in English Verse, for a Newyeares Gifte to all loyall Enlish Subjects. By W. Kempe. London, now in the British Museum. 1587. 4to. A copy is in the Royal Library

certaine noted Speeches and Behauiour of The Censure of a loyal Subiect vpon

their Execution the xi (20) and 12 (21) of September last past.

those 14 notable Traitors at the Place of

Wherein is handled Matter of necessary Instruction, &c. By Wm. Kemp. London, 1587. 4to. Dedicated to

Lord Burleigh, by George) W(hetstone).

William. The Education of Children in Learning declared by the Dignitie, Vtilitie and Methode thereof. London, 1588. 4to.

The author appears to have been a schoolmaster at Plymouth. Bindley, pt. ii. 2350, with Ascham's Schole-master, 1571, 27. 16s. KEMPIS, Thomas à. De Imitatione

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