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This book, the running title of which is A Treatise of Schism, was printed at London by Will. Carter, who was executed for treason in 1584. Douay, 1601. Hibbert, 6151, russia, 12s. 6d.

A Checke or Reproofe of M. Howlets vntimely shreecking in her Maiesties Eares, with an Answeare to the Reasons alleadged in a Discourse therunto annexed, why Catholikes (as they are called) refuse to go to Church. Lond. 1581. 4to. Zzz, in fours. Inglis, 351, 5s. 6d. Written in answer to the former. See also FULKE, William. FIELD, John. WIBORNE, P.*

A Discouerie of I. Nicols Minister, misreported a Iesuite, latelye recanted in the Tower of London. (1581). 16mo. Contains M 9, in eights. Gordonstoun, 1754, 3s. Answered by Tho. Lupton, in a book entitled A Discovery &c. London, 1582. 4to. A Defence of the Censure, &c. 1582. See CAMPION, Edmund.


De Persecutione Anglicana Epistola. Paris. 1582. Bindley, pt. iii. 86, 27. 3s.

Romæ, 1582. 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 2375, 67. 16s. 6d. This work is also printed in a book entitled Concertatio Ecclesiæ catholicæ in Anglia, &c. Aug. Trev. 1583. 8vo. & 1594. 4to. See BRIDGWATER, John.

An Epistle of the Persecution of Catholickes in Englande. Translated out of Frenche into Englishe and conferred with the Latyne Copie, by G. T. To which there is added an Epistle by the Translator to the right honorable Lordes of his Maiesties preeuie Councell touchynge the same Matter. Douay in Artois (1582). 16mo. M 4, in eights.

The Copie of a Letter wryten by a Master of Arte of Cambridge to his Friend in London. 1584. &c. See LEICESTER, Robert Dudley, Earl of.

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A Christian Directorie guiding Men to their Saluation, deuided into three Bookes. Anno 1585. 8vo. F ff 4, in eights. Williams, 1327, morocco, 27. 10s. In the face to this edition Parsons alludes to Bunny's edition. First Edition. 1583. 8vo. 1584. Two editions, one of which was done by a Catholic gent. living at Roan in Normandy, full of errors, but in sense the same.'-Ant. à Wood. - Lovan, 1598. 8vo. contains 718 pages, besides prefixes and affixes. These books of resolution, won our author a great deal of praise, not only in the judgment of R. Catholics, but of very learned Protestants.'-Ant. à Wood.

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The second Part of the Booke of Christian Exercise, appertayning to Resolution. London, 1591. 24mo. Dedicated to Sir Thomas Heneage, Knight, after which is an epistle to the reader and a table. Y in twelves, or 527 pages. - 1592. - 1594.

Parsons, his Christian Directory, being a Treatise of holy Resolution, in two Parts, put into modern English, &c. London, 1700. 8vo. Frequently reprinted.

Relacion de algunos Martyres. 1590. See Martyrs.

Responsio ad Elizabethæ Reginæ Edictum contra Catholicos. Romæ, 1593. 8vo. Published under the name of Andr. Philopater. 1593. 4to.

A Conference about the next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland, divided into two Partes. Published by R. Doleman. Imprinted at N. with license 1594. 16mo. Part i. pp. 220. Part ii. pp. 267, with a large folding genealogical table (generally wanting). The intention of this book (which was so rigorously suppressed, that it was made high treason even to possess a copy) was to support the title of the Infanta against that of K. James, after the death of Q. Elizabeth. The real authors were Robert Parsons the Jesuit, Cardinal Allen and Sir Francis Englefield, and the printer is said to have been hung, drawn and quartered. Nassau, pt. i. 996, with a scarce portrait of Parsons inserted, 157. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 980, 71. 7s. Inglis, 455, 7. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. 980, 71. 7s. Bindley, pt. i. 1774, 27. 2s. - Copies without the geneslogical table. Towneley, pt. i. 346, 27. 10s. ii. 390, 27. 12s. 6d. North, pt. i. 981, 6s. 6d. Gordonstoun, 1759, 11. 5s. Reprinted with License, 1681. 8vo. Lloyd, 493, 7s. Roxburghe, 8497, 3s. Portions of the Conference have been frequently reprinted. For answers, see Conference. CRAIG, Sir Thomas. HAYWARDE Sir John. also Wood's Athen. Oxon. by Dr. Bliss. ii. 71-3, and 83.

A temperate Ward-word to the turbulent and seditious Watch-word of Sir Francis Hastinges Knight, by N. D. Imprinted with Licence, 1599. 4to. Towneley, pt. ii. 1456, 3s. 6d.

slanderous Libel, lately published by N. D. A briefe Replie to a certaine odious and entitled A temperate Wardword to Sir

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Manifestation of the Folly and bad Spirit of certain in England, calling them Secular Priests. Printed 1602. 4to.

A Decachordon of ten quodlibetical Questions, about the Contentions between the Seminary Priests and the Jesuits. Printed 1602. 4to. Quere, if not written by William Watson, secular priest.

De Peregrinatione, Lib. 1. 12mo. Not seen by Ant. à Wood.

The Warn-word to Sir Francis Hastinge's Wast-word. Permissu Superiorum, 1602. 8vo. Inglis, 1087, 11. Answered by Mat. Sutcliffe.

Review of ten public Disputations, or Conferences held within the Compass of four Years, under K. Ed. and Q. Mary, concerning some principal Points in Religion, especially of the Sacrament and Sacrifice of the Altar. S. Omers, 1604. 8vo.

Fore-runner of Bell's Downfal; or, an Answer to Tho. Bell's Downfal of Popery. Printed 1605. 8vo.

The doleful Knell of Thomas Bell, by B. C. Student in Divinity. Roane, 1607. 8vo. An Answer to the fifth Part of Reportes. 1606. See COKE, Sir Edw.

De Sacris alienis non adeundis Questiones duæ, ad Usum Praximq; Angliæ breviter explicatæ. Audonare, 1607. 8vo.

Treatise tending to Mitigation towards Cath. Subjects in England against Tho Morton (afterwards Bishop of Durham). 1607. 4to.

The Judgment of a Catholic English-man concerning K. James his Apology for the Oath of Allegiance. S. Omers, 1608. 4to. Answered by Will. Barlow, Bishop of Lin


Sober Reckoning with Mr. Tho. Morton. 1609. 4to.

Discussion of Mr. Barlowe's Answer to The Judgment of a Catholic English-man S. concerning the Oath of Allegiance. Omers, 1612. Published by Tho. Fitzher


The Liturgy of the Mass, of the Sacra1620. 4to. ment of the Mass.

A Memorial of the Reformation of England. Lond. 1690. 8vo. Published by the Rev. Edward Gee, who has prefixed an introduction, and added some animadversions. Partenopex de Blois, see Le

Detection of notable Untruths gathered out of Mr. Sutcliffe's new Challenge. 1602. 12mo. Gordonstoun, 1757, 2s. 6d. Replie to a Libell called a brief Apologie | GRAND, J. B. of the Hierarchie, by W. C. 1603. 4to.

A Confutation of a vaunting Challenge made by O. E. unto N. D. by W. R. Printed

1603. 8vo.

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Parthenia, or the Maidenhead of the first Musicke that ever printed for the Virginalls. Composed by three famous Masters, William Byrd, Dr. John Bull, and Orlando Gibbons. London. folio.

This work contains 21 lessons printed off from copper cuts, and was the prime book for many years that was used by novices and

Treatise of the three Conversions of England from Paganisme to Christian Religion, by N. D. Imprinted 1603-4. 3 vols. Deothers that exercised their hands on that insigned in answer to Fox, whom he profess-strument.'-Ant à Wood. 'These lessons, edly opposes throughout a great part of his second and third volumes.'-Nicolson. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 645, 27. 3s. Sotheby's in April, 1823, 21. 5s. Williams, 1328, morocco, 61. 12s. 6d.

though not equally difficult with some of
those in the Virginal Books of Queen Eliza-
beth and Lady Nevill, are rather more dry
and ungraceful.'-Burney.
White Knights, 3193, 27. 8s.

1611. folio.

Parthenia sacra, see A. H.

A Relation of a Tryal made before the K. of France, in the Year 1600, between the Bishop of Eureux and the Lord Plessis Mornay; about certain Points of corrupting and falsifying Authors, whereof the said Plessis was openly convicted. S. Omers, 1604. mechanical Philosophy, Chemistry

PARTINGTON, Charles Fred. The scientific Gazette, or Library of

and Discovery. Edited by C. F. | Principles of Astrology. London, Partington. London, 1826.

Of this work 31 numbers have been published, number 1 appeared July 2,1825, number 31 Feb. 4, 1826.

An historical and descriptive Account of

1697. 4to.

With portrait by White. Hibbert, 6232, russia by Roger Payne, with his bill, 27. 13s. This celebrated student in astrology published other works.


the Steam Engine. London, 1824. 8vo. and adapted to an English Pulpit Sermons, altered from French Writers. London, 1805-9. 8vo. 2 vols.


A Manual of natural and experimental Philosophy: being the Substance of a Series of Lectures, delivered in the London, Russel, Surrey and Metropolitan Institutions. 8vo. 2 vols. with 274 engravings. 1. 4s. PARTON, John. Some Account of the Hospital and Parish of St. Giles in the Fields, Middlesex. Lond. 1822. 4to.

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The End and Confession of John Felton the rank Traytor, who set up the traytorous Bull on the Bishop of London's Gate. Who suffered, before the same Gate, for High-Treason, against the Queen's Majesty, the 8th. Day of August, 1570. With an Exhortation to the Papists, to take Heed of the ike. By J. Partridge, London, 1570. 16mo. One sheet, reprinted in the fifth number of Morgan's Phoenix Britannicus.

John. Defectio Geniturarum; being an Essay towards the reviving and proving the true old

PARUTA, Paul. The History of Venice, with an Account of the Wars of Cyprus, translated by Henry Carey, Earl of Monmouth. Lond. 1658. folio.

Politic Discourses in three Books, transl. by Robert Carey, Earl of Monmouth. Lond. 1657. folio.

Englysshe Rules). Lond. by W. Parvula.-Longe Paruula (or de Worde, 1509. 4to.

Eight leaves. A copy is in Mr. Heber's library.

Peruula. 4to. Six leaves, printed by W. de Worde.

PASCAL, Blaise. Les ProvinciaThe second Edition corrected with les or, the Mystery of Jesuitisme. large Additions. London, 1658.


With frontispiece, containing portraits of Loyola, Lessius, Molina, Vasquez, and Escobar. White Knights, 2190, 4s. Lond. 1657. 12mo. 1664. 8vo. with frontispiece. Hibbert, 4245, 3s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1795, 5s. Lond. 1679. 8vo. with frontispiece. 1688. Hibbert, 4246, 2s. 6d. Of these celebrated letters, a satire against the jesuits, Voltaire observed, that Moliere's best comedies do not excel them in wit, nor the compositions of Bossuet in sublimity.'

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Thoughts on Religion and other Subjects: a new Translation and a Memoir of the Author's Life by Edward Craig. Edinb. 1825. 12mo.

PASCALIUS, Charles. False Complaints, or the Censure of an un

thankfull Mind, the Labour of Ca- | rolus Pascalius, translated into English by W. C. Lond. 1605. 4to.

Bindley, pt. iii. 1229, morocco, 21. 3s. Paskewet, in Monmouthshire.A right strange and woonderful Example of the handie Worke of a mightie God. Lond. 1585. 4to.

A copy is in the British Museum. It relates to the birth of three children, borne in the Parish of Paskewet, in the County of Monmouth on Thursday, the third of February last.'

PASLEY, C. W. Essay on the military Policy and Institutions of the British Empire. Lond. 1810.


A fourth edition appeared in 1814. PASOR, George. Lexicon GræcoLatinum in Novum Testamentum. Lond. 1644. 12mo.

Formerly in request, but now entirely superseded. Pasor, who was Professor of Divinity and Hebrew in the Academy of Herborne, published other works.

Pasquil's Mad-cap, Passion, Passe, and Night Cap. See BRETON, Nicholas.

Pasquils Palmodia and his Progresse to the Tavern, where, after the Survey of the Sellar, you are presented with a pleasant Pynte of poeticall Sherry. Lond. 1634. 4to. pp. 32. Bindley, pt. iv. 727, 21. 5s. Bibl. Anglo.-Poet. 533, 71. 7s. - 1619. ―n. d. 4to. North, pt. iii. 780, 27. 14s. Pasquill's Madnesse, a Poem. 1600. 4to. Pasquill's Mistresse, or the worthie and unworthie Woman. 1600.

Pasquil's Jests, mixed with Mother

Bunches Merriments: whereunto is added a
Baker's Dozen of Gulles. Very Prettie and
Pleasant to drive away the Tediousness of a
Winter's Evening, &c. Lond. 1609. 4to.
Twenty-six leaves. Lond. 1604. 4to.
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Lond. 1629. 4to. See Warton's Poetry, iv.

Thomas. RoWLANDS, Samuel.



A paper of little literary merit, written in defence of government.

Pasquine in a Traunce. See CURIO, C. S. A Recantation of the famous Pasquin of Rome. Lond. by John Daye, 1570. 8vo. Fifteen leaves, D iij in fours. At the end of this satirical poem are the initials R. W. sup

posed to be those of the author. See Brydges' British Bibliographer, ii. 288-90. Passion, The, of a discontented Mind. Lond. by Nich. Okes. 1621. 4to.

Pp. 24. This pathetic poem commences without dedication or preliminary matter of any kind. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 529, 41. 4s.

Lond. 1602. 4to. It is generally attributed to Nicholas Breton.

Paston Letters, see FENN, John. Pastores Ecclesiastici.-De Avthoritate, Officio et Potestate Pastorvm ecclesiasticarum. 4to.

An anonymous treatise printed by Tho.


Pastyme of People, see RASTELL, John.

Patch Work, or the Comprehension, in four Cantos. Printed for Mark'em Merry-Wise, for Serious Seeker and Company.

Hibbert, 6007, 3s. Reed, 7291, 7s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 693, 15s. PATERCULUS, C. V. Opera (edidit Mich. Maittaire). Lond. 1718. 12mo. 2s. 6d.

A neat and correct edition with an index. LARGE PAPER. Hibbert, 6010, 3s. 6d. Drury, 3072, 5s. 6d. Heath, 3103, 10s. 6d.

M. Velleii Paterculi quæ supersunt, cum Doctorum Virorum Conjecturis & Castigavariis Lectionibus optimarum Editionum; tionibus & Indice locupletissimo. Oxon. 1693. 8vo. Edited by John Hudson. Oxon. 1711. 8vo. This second edition does not contain Dodwell's Annales Velleiani, but has 44 pages of additional notes. LARGE PAPER. Bishop Randolph, 1445, 9s. 6d. Duke of Grafton, 798, morocco, 21. 5s. Heath, 4264, 17. 2s. Williams, 1333, mo

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Paterculus. Edinb. 1721. 8vo.

Paterculi Historiæ Romanæ, Interpretatione et Notis illustravit Rob. Riguez, in Usum Delphini. Lond. 1730. 8vo. 4s.

Caii Velleii Paterculi quae supersunt ex Historiae Romanae Voluminibus duobus, ex Editione Petri Burmanni. Glasg. excudebant R. et A. Foulis. 1752.

C. Velleius Paterculus, his Roman History, translated into English by Sir Robert Le Grys, Knt. Lond. 1632. 12mo. Roxburghe, 7592, 3s.

Paterculus' Roman History translated by
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Paterculus' Roman History, translated by

Paterson. Edinb. 1722. 8vo.
Pater noster.-The Pater noster,
Aue and Credo in our Moder Tonge,

with many other deuoute Prayers, &c. by Thomas Betton. 4to.

Eighteen leaves, printed by W. de Worde. A copy is among Bishop More's books in the public library at Cambridge.

The Pater noster, the Crede and the Commaundements, of God in Englysh with many other godly Lessons ryght necessary for Youth and al other to lerne and knowe, accordyng to the Commaundement and Iniunctions gyuen by Thauctoritie of the Kynges Hyghnes through that his Realme. London by Johan Byddell, 1537. 8vo. London by me Thomas Petyt, 1538. 8vo. E, in eights.

The Pater Noster spoken of ye Sinner : God answerynge him at euery Peticyon. London by Thomas Godfray. 8vo. Eight

leaves. Inglis, 1020, 3s. 6d.

PATERSON, Daniel. Paterson's Roads of England and Wales, and the Southern Part of Scotland. By Edward Mogg. A new Edition on a new Plan. Lond. 1826. 18s. 6d.

Paterson's British Itinerary. Lond. 12mo. 2 vols.

PATERSON, James, A.M. Pietas Londinensis: or, the ancient ecclesiastical State of London: to which is added a Postcript, recommending the Duty of publick Prayer. Lond.

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Ninian. The Fanatick Indulgence granted, Anno 1679. Edinb. 1683. 4to.

Pp. 14. Prefixed to this poem is an epis

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Epigrammatum Libri octo, cum aliquot Psalmorum Paraphrasi poetica. Edinb. 1678. 12mo. 5s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2374, 17. 1s.

Scots Arithmetician; or, Arithmetick in all its Parts, with many necessary Tables and Cuts. Edinb. 1685. 8vo. 6s.

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Pathway to a vertuous and honest Life. The pleasaunt, playne and pythye Pathewaye leadynge to a vertues and honest Lyfe, no lesse profytable than delectable. U. L. London by Nicolas Hyll, for John Case. 4to.

Contains 21 leaves. The plot of this who relates to a young one certain rules and curious poem is simply that of an old man, maxims, illustrated by tales, by which he may attain to a vertues and honest lyfe.'

The Path-way to Penitence, with sundry deuout Prayers, &c. Lond. 1591. 24mo. 316 pages.

A Pathway unto the holy Scriptures. Lond. by Thomas Godfray. 16mo.

The Pathway to Knowledge. A Book of Arithmetic, translated out of Dutch by W. With Tables of Weights and Measures,


&c. Lond. 1596. 4to. Inglis, 1143, 2s. 6d. PATON, James, D. D. An Attempt to shew that the Knowledge of God has in all Ages been derived

from Revelation or Tradition, not from Nature. Glasg. 1773. 8vo.

A learned and ingenious work, by some erroneously ascribed to Dr. Findlay of Glas


PATRICK, Saint, Primate of Ireland. S. Patrico, qui Hibernos ad Fidem Christi convertit, adscripta Opuscula, quorum alia nunc primum ex antiquis mss. Codicibus, in Lucem emissa sunt, a Jac. Waræo. Lond. 1656. 8vo.

The Life of the glorious Bishop St. Patricke, Apostle and Primate of Ireland, togeather with the Lives of the holy Virgin S. Bridget and of the glorious Abbot St. Columbe Patrons of Ireland. St. Omers, 1625. 4to. By B. B. one of the Irish Franciscian

friars at Louvain. Hibbert, 6237, 41. Bindley, pt. ii. 2549, 137. 13s.

Life of S. Patricke, Apostle and Primate of Ireland; together with the Lives of the

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