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The Serpent of Deuision. Whereunto is annexed the Tragedye of Gorboduç. London, by Edward Allde, 1590. 4to.

Peter Treuerys, entitled 'A lytle Treatyse entytuled the Damage and Destruccyon in Realmes' is noticed in Brydges' Censura Literaria.

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LYE, Edward, A. M. Dictionarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latinum. Accedunt Fragmenta Versionis Ulphilanæ, necnon Opuscula quædam Anglo-Saxonica. Edidit, nonnullis Vocabulis auxit, plurimis Exemplis illustravit, et Grammaticam utriusque Linguæ præmisit, Owen Man

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LYFORD, Edward. A true Interpretation and Etymologie of Chrisand printed in one sheet. Prefixed is Atian Names. London, 1655. 12mo. lytell shorte Cronycle begynninge at the vii. Ages of the Worlde, wt. the Comynge of Brute: and the Regyne of all the Kynges, with the Sayntes, and Martyrs that have ben in this

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LYLE, David, A.M. The Art of Short-hand improved. Lond. 1762.

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LYNCH, John, Titular Bishop of Killala. Cambrensis eversus ; seu potius historica Fides, in Rebus Hibernicis, Giraldo Cambrensi abrogata, &c. In quo, &c. plerosque Nævos inesse ostendit Gratianus Lucius Hibernicus, &c. An. 1662. folio.

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Alithinologia, sive veredica Re(s)ponsio ad Invectivam Mendacijs Falacijs, &c. Fœtam in plurimos Antistites &c. Hibernos. Eudoxio Alithinologo Authore. Impress. 1664-7. 4to. Part I. 144 leaves and 7 leaves of index, &c. The Supplement (printed 1667) contains a title, 13 prefatory leaves, 228 pages of text; and 9 leaves of index and errata. A copy is in the British Museum.

tion no perfect copy is known. See Ames'
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The Complaynt of the King's Papingo, 1530. London by John Byddell, 1538. 4to.

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The Sketch Book of Captain G. F. Lyon
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LYONS, Israel, Jun. Fasciculus Plantarum circa Cantabrigiam nascentium, quæ post Raium observatæ fuere. Londini, 1763. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

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The Scholar's Instructor, an Hebrew Grammar. Cambridge, 1735. 1757.

Third edition, revised by H. Jacob. 1810. LYOUN, John. Teares for the Death of Alexander Earle of Dunfermeling, Lord Chancellor of Scotland. Edinb. 1622.

LYNE, Richard. Regnum Bri- | tanniæ tandem plenè in Heptarchiam redactum a Saxonibus, expulsis Only one copy is said to exist. — Edinb. Britannis, &c. A°. 686. Linea Va- 1823. 4to. Seventy-five copies printed, with a biographical preface, presented to the Banlesiorum, et Linea Angliæ, &c.natyne Club by James Maidment, Esq. Richardus Lyne fecit, et Remigius Hogenbergius Servus D. Matt. Archiep. Cantab. scripsit. 1574.

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LYON, George Francis. A Narrative of Travels in northern Africa, London, 1821. 4to.

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The private Journal of Captain G. F. Lyon, of his Majesty's Ship Hecla, during the recent Voyage of Discovery under Captain Parry. London, 1824. Svo. with plates. Hibbert, 4910, 15s. 6d.

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LYSIAS. Orationes et Fragmenta, Gr. et Lat. ex Recens. et cum Notis Joan. Taylor, accedunt Jer. Marklandi Conjecturæ. Londini, 1739.


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LYSIS. The extravagant Shepherd. London, 1654. folio.

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LYSONS, Rev. Daniel. The Environs of London; being an historical Account of the Towns, Villages and Hamlets, within twelve Miles of that Capital: interspersed with biographical Anecdotes. Lond. 1792-6, 4to. 4 vols.

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Twenty-nine Views illustrative of the Rev. Daniel Lysons' Environs of London.' Drawn and engraved by William Ellis. London, 1814. 4to. pp. 104, B-O 4, with title and list of plates.

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A Sketch of the Life and Character of the late Charles Brandon Trye, Esq. Gloucester, 1812. 4to. with portrait of Trye. Privately printed. Bindley, pt. iii. 150, 6s.

History of the Origin and Progress of the Meeting of the three Choirs of Gloucester, Worcester and Hereford, and of the Charity connected with it. To which is prefixed, a View of the Condition of the parochial Clergy of this Kingdom from the earliest Times. Gloucester, 1812. 8vo. 7s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, in royal 8vo. 12s. Collation.-Pp. 268, besides title-page, one leaf; dedication to Bishop Huntingford, 4 pages; contents, 9 pages, also additions and corrections, one page.

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LYSONS, Samuel. An Account of Roman Antiquities discovered at Woodchester near Minching Hampton in the County of Gloucester. Lond. 1797. colombier folio.

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