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With 14 plates. An important and | tiquities, &c. &c. By Marmaduke valuable addition to the records of African Tulket, O. S. B. 12mo. 6s.

discovery. Hibbert, $191, & Sir M. M. Nykep M. 723, 11s. Drury, 4438, 17 10%. Strettel, 1637, 12. 148.

Tupor, Owen The Life of Owen Dideric, Prince of Wales, or otherwise Owen Tudor, who marned Catharine Princess of France, and Widow of our King Henry V. Pest wrote in French, and published Meg Torx qge at Paris, and new pescleand inas Egils). London

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Cutberti Tonstalli de Veritate Corporis & Sanguinis Domini in Eucharistia Lib. 2. Lutet. ap. Vascosan. 1554. 4to. 10s. 6d. A notice of this book will be found in Dr. George Carleton's Life of Bern. Gilpin, Lond. 1628. p. 12, 13, 33.

Compendium in decem Libros Ethicorum Aristotelis. Paris. 1554. 8vo.

Contra impios Blasphematores Dei Prædestinationis Opus. Ant. 1555. 4to. Williams, 1666, morocco, 2l. 15s.

A Letter written by Cutbert Tunstall, late Bishop of Duresme, and John Stokesley sometime Bishop of London, so acknowledged and confessed by the said Cutbert, about 14 Daies before his Departure out of this his naturall Lyfe, in Presence of the most reverende Father in God Matthew [Parker] Archebyshop of Canterbury and others, whiche Letter was sent by the same two Byshops to Reginalde Pole Cardinall, being then at Rome, and of late Archebyshop of Canterbury. London, by Reginalde Woulfe, 1560. 8vo. Reprinted in Knight's Life of Erasmus, Appendix, no. XXIV.

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James, D. D.

Epistola ad Conyers Middleton de Ciceronis Epistolis. Cantab. 1741. 8vo. 4s. This volume sometimes accompanies the variorum edition of Cicero.

Observations on the Epistles between Cicero and Brutus, with Dr. Chapman's Letter on the ancient numeral Characters of the Roman Legions. London, 1744. 8vo.

Chr. Barker, 1575. 4to. Inglis, 1593, 21. 2s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1608, with the Treatise on Hunting, printed by Bynneman, 27. 15s. The poem in commendation of hawking by Geo. Gascoigne is reprinted, with notes from various ancient authors, in Brydges' Censura Literaria.

The noble Art of Venerie. London, H. Bynneman, 1576. 4to. Inglis, 1595.

Tragical Tales (10) translated by Turbervile, in Time of his Troubles, out of sundrie Italians, with the Argument and L'Envoye to ech Tale. London by Abell Jeffs, 1576. 16mo. See Brydges' Censura Literaria. London for Abel Jeffes, 1587.

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Essays Politic and Moral. Printed 1608. 8vo. Mentioned by Ant. Wood.

The Booke of Faulconrie or Hawking, (annexed is) the noble Art of Venerie or Hunting. Augmented with many new Additions by another Hand. London by Thomas Purfoot, 1611. 4to. Boswell, 2713, russia, 11. 7s. Hibbert, 8193, 31. 1s. Inglis, 1594, morocco, 4l. 8s. Bindley, pt. iii. 2276, 81. 8s.

Turbervile's also published translations of the Eclogues of John Bapt. Fiera Mantuan, and the heroical Epistles of Pub. Ovidius Naso. An account of Turbervile will be found in Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses, and in Ritson's Bibliographia Poetica.

Turkey. Anonymous Publications.

Causes that be proponed and tracted in a Consultacyon of a Journey, to be made with the Tokyn of the holy Crosse, agaynst the Infideles and Turkes, and sent to all Cristen Princes, to Thentent that they throughe their good Counsell, and wyse Examinacyon, sholde examyne, yf any Thynge therin be, that ought to be encreased, or mynysshed; or yf ought to be correctyd. This done the XII Daye of Nouember. 1517. 4to.

The tryumphant Vyctory of the Impe

ryall Mageste agaynst the Turkes: The

XXVI Day of Septembre the Yere of our
Lorde. M.ccccc.xxxII Stewrmarke by a
Capytayne named Michael Meschsaer, trans-

TURBERVILE, George. Epitaphes, Epigrams, Songs and Sonets, with a Discourse of the friendly Affections of Tymetes to Pyndara his Ladie. Newly corrected with Additions, and set out by George Tur-lated and emprynted out of Frenche into bervile, Gentleman. London by Henrie Denham (1570). small 8vo.

Black letter, pp. 320, dedicated to Lady Anne Countess Warwick. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 758, one leaf wanting, 211. - London by Henry Denham, 1567. small 8vo. Brydges' Censura Literaria. Turbervile's Epitaphs, &c. are reprinted in the second volume of Chalmers' Edition of the Poets.

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The Booke of Faulconrie. London for

Englysshe by Robert Copland. 1532. 4to. Four leaves, black letter, with wood-cuts. Bindley, pt. iv. 536, 41. The whole of the text of this interesting piece is printed in Ames' Typog. Antiq. by Dibdin, iii. 11619.

The Order of the Greate Turckes Courte, of hys Menne of Warre, and of all hys Conquestes, with the Summe of Mahumetes Doctrine. Translated oute of Frenche 1542. Richardus Grafton excud. 16mo. It contains H. iiij in eights. After the preface

is another title, The Estate of the Courte of the great Turcke.'

The Offspring of the House of Ottomano, and Officers belonging to the great Turkes Court. Whereunto is added, Bartholomeus Georgieuiz Epitome of the Customes, Rites, Ceremonies and Religion of the Turkes, &c. Englished by Hvgh. Goughe. London by T. Marshe. Svo. Dedicated To Sir Thomas Gresham,' by H. Goughe.

The whole Discourse of the Victorie that it pleased God to giue to the Christians against the Turkes, and what Losse hapned to the Christians in the said Conflict. Englished by a Frenche Copie printed at Paris, by Fleuri Preuost, priuiledged by the King. London by Henrie Bynneman. 16mo. Black letter, five leaves. An account of the victory obtained by a fleet of gallies belonging to the Pope, the Knights of Malta, and the Venetians, or (as they are united called) the Christians over the Turks, on Sunday the 7th Oct. 1571, near the gulphes of Velapante.'

Letters sent from Venice, Anno 1571, containing the certaine and true Newes of the most noble Victorie of the Christians over the Armie of the great Turke: and the Names of the Lordes and Gentlemen of the Christians slaine in the same Battell. Translated oute of the Frenche Copie printed at Paris, by Guillem de Nucerd, with the King's Priuiledge. London, by Henrie Bynneman. 16mo. Black letter, five leaves. An account of the victory obtained by a fleet of gallies over the Turkes, on Sunday the 7th Oct. 1571.

Admirable Deliverance of 266 Englishmen from the Turks. 1608. 4to. Bindley, pt. i. 149, 27. 5s.

A true Declaration of the Arrival of Cornelius Haga, Ambassador for the General States of the United Netherlands at Constantinople, &c. Translated from the Dutch. London, 1618, 4to. pp. 32. Reprinted in the eighth volume of the Harleian Miscellany.

Newes from Turkie touching the Death of Achmet the late Emperour of the Turkes: &c. London, 1618. 4to. Six leaves.

Strange and miraculous Newes from Tvrkie, sent to our English Ambassadour resident at Constantinople, of a Woman who was seene in the Firmament with a Book in her Hand at Medina Talnabi, where Mahomets Tombe is. London, 1642. 4to. Four leaves.

Capitulations and Articles of Peace betweene the King of England and the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. Constantinople, 1663. 4to. Published by Paul Rycaut. Reed, 1956, 5s. 6d.

History of the Turks. London, 1719. 8vo. 4 vols. with a map and portraits. Willett, 1245, 10s. 6d.

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Edwards, 376, 21. 4s. Combe, 2135, 24 10s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1610*, 17. 16s. Fonthill, 2450, 37. 17s. 6d. Heath, 1368, 37. 6s. John. A Voyage round the World in 1800 and 180. A new Edition, with numerous Additions. 1813. 4to.

Drury, 4439, 18s. Fonthill, 742, 12. %. The first edition appeared in 1805. 8vo.

TURNEBUS, Adr. Epithalamium Francisci Valesii, illustriss. Francia Delphini et Mariæ Stuartæ, sereniss. Scotorum Reginæ, Adr. Turnebo Auctore. Paris. apud Guil. Morelium, 1558. 8vo.

Pp. 12. TURNER, Dawson. Account of a Tour in Normandy undertaken chiefly for the Purpose of investigating the Architectural Antiquities of the Duchy, with Observations on its History, on the Country, and on its Inhabitants. London, 1820. roy. 8vo. 2 vols.

With plates. Brockett, 3185, 17. 10s. LARGE PAPER, with plates on India paper. Hibbert, 8105, 51. 3s. Drury, 4346, morocco, 5l. 15s. 6d.

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Samuel. An Account of an Embassy to the Court of the Teshoo (Tisu) Lama in Tibet: containing a Narrative of a Journey through Budtan, and Part of Tibet; by Captain Samuel Turner. To which are added, Views taken on the Spot, by Lieut. Samuel Davis; and Observations botanical, mineralogical,

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The History of the Reigns of Edward VI. Mary and Elizabeth. London, 1829. 4to. 1 vol. 21. 8s. 8vo. 2 vol. 17. 12s.

A Vindication of the Genuineness of the Antient British Poems of Aneurin, Taliesin, Llywarch Hen, and Merdhin, with Specimens of the Poems. London, 1803. 8vo. 5s. Geo. Ellis styles Mr. Turner the able and successful champion of Welsh literature.'

Prolusions on the present Greatness of Britain; on modern Poetry; and on the present Aspect of the World. London, 1819. 12mo. 5s. 6d.

The Sacred History of the World, as dis

and medical, by Mr. Robert Saun- played in the Creation and subsequent Events ders. London, 1800. 4to.

Drury, 4440, 17. 4s. Reed, 6451, 17. 7s. Duke of York, 5221, 11. 8s. Gough, 3817, 17. 10s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1464, russia, 17. 11s. 6d. White Knights, 4412, 2l. 6s. LARGE PAPER, with proof plates. Dent, pt. ii. 1170, russia, 27. Hibbert, 8195, 21. Earl of Kerry, 615, 37. 15s.

Samuel H. Notes on the Epistle to the Romans, intended to assist Students in Theology, and others, who read the Scriptures in the Originals. New-York, 1824.

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of the Deluge. Second Edition. London, 1832. 8vo.

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William. Herbal. Collen by Arnold Birckman, 1568. fol. 21. 2s. -1551. fol. Hibbert, 8227, 11. Dr. Turner, who was born at Morpeth, was enquestionably the earliest writer among us that discovered learning and critical judgment in the knowledge of plants.' Pulteney. Dr. Bulleyn observes, that Dr. Turner's Book of Herbs will always grow green, and never wither as long as Dioscorides is held in mind by us mortal wights.'

A new Dialogue, where in is conteyned the Examinatio of the Masse, and of that Kind of Priesthod, whiche is ordeyned to saye Masse: and to offer vp for Remission of Synne, the Bodye and Bloude of Christ again. London by John Day & W. Seres.

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A Preseruatiue or Triade against the Poyson of Pelagius. London, 1551. 8vo. A copy is in the Bodleian Library.

The Huntyng of the Romysh Wolfe. [1554] 16mo. Contains F 4, in eights. White Knights, 4260, morocco, 11s.

An Account of Turner, a noted and forward theologist and physician of his time,' with a list of his works, will be found in Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses.

TURNER, William, M.A. A compleat History of the most Remarkable Providences both of Judgment and Mercy; to which is added whatever is curious in the Works of Nature and Art. London by John Dunton, 1697. fol.

Hibbert, 8226, 11s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1888, 17. 19s.

William. Sound Anatomized in a philosophical Essay on Music, with a Discourse on the Abuse of Music. London, 1724. 4to. 6s.

William. Journal of a Tour in Greece, Egypt, and the Holy Land, with Excursions to the River Jordan, and along the Banks of the Red Sea to Mount Sinai. By William Turner. London, 1820. 8vo. 3 vols.

With plates, wood-cuts, &c. Duke of York, 5120, 11. 1s. Drury, 4347, 27.

TURNOR, Edmund. Collections for the History of the Town and Soke of Grantham, containing authentic Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton, now first published from the original MSS. in the Possession of the Earl of Portsmouth. London, 1806. imper. 4to.

Pag. xvi. and 200, with 3 and 6 plates, also 14 plates on the letter-press. Bindley, pt. iv. 746, 7s. 6d. Edwards, 650, 17s. 6d. LARGE PAPER. Dent, pt. ii. 1171, 10s. Baker, 542, with proofs and etchings, 17. 9s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1340, 13s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 726, 16s. Duke of York, 5224, 15s. Hibbert, 8194, 17. 6s.

of Count Turpin, by Captain Joseph Otway. London, 1761. 4to. 2 vols. 10s.

TURSELLIN, Horatius. The admirable Life of S. Francis Xavier, transl. by T. F. Paris, 1632. 4to.

Pp. 616, with an engraved title-page, containing a portrait of Xavier, an epistle dedicatory, the author to the reader, table and preface, 13 leaves. Towneley, pt. i. 823, 10s. 6d. North, pt. iii. 726, morocco, 17. 1s.

Turtle-Dove. The Turtle Dove under the Absence and Presence of her only Choice. By a Lover of the Celestial Muses. Edinburgh, 1664. 8vo. Pp. 256. The greater portion of this volume is in verse. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 765,

61. 6s.

British Fauna, containing a Com TURTON, William, M. D. The pendium of the Zoology of the British Islands; arranged according to the Linnean System. Swansea, 1807. 12mo. 9s.

This useful work contains a complete specification of all the quadrupeds, birds, fish, reptiles, worms, shells, corallines, and animalcula inhabiting Great Britain.

A Medical Glossary: in which the Words in the various Branches of Medicine are deduced from their original Languages, properly accented and explained, by W. Turton, M.D. London, 1797. 4to.

A Conchological Dictionary of the British Islands. London, 1819. 12mo. pp. xxiv. and 272, with 28 plates, containing 100 specimens, 9s. plain, 14s. coloured; or with two sets of plates, 17. 11s. 6d.

Conchylia Insularum Britannicarum, of the Shells of the British Islands systemati cally arranged. Exeter, 1822. 4to. PP 279, with 20 plates, containing 139 figures, coloured. The volume contains the Bivalves only. Duke of York, 5226, 17. 5s.

Bivalve Shells of the British Islands systematically arranged. London, 1830. 4te With 20 plates coloured by Sowerby Dr. Turton's work is not only interesting to the collector, but also particularly desirable, as it includes the shells that have been discovered

TURPIN, Archbishop. See RODD, since the publication of Montague.' Thomas.

Count. An Essay on the Art of War, translated from the French

Turton's Manual of the Land and Freshwater Shells of the British Islands. London, 1831. 12mo. pag. 152, with 10 coloured plates. 10s. 6d.

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