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Turvey. The Tincker of Turvey, his merry Pastime in his Passing from Billingsgate to Gravesend, the Barge being freighted with Mirth. London, 1630. 4to.

Black letter. Inglis, 1408, 67. Gordonstoun, 2246, 97. 9s.

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3322, morocco, 31. 4s. London, 1620. 4to. London, 1630. 4to. pp. 164. Bibl. AngloLondon, 1638. 4to.

London, 1672. 4to. pp. 146, exclusive of the tables. In this edition some few errors are corrected, and the orthography is considerably modernised. Nassau, pt. ii. 1342, 14s.

Tuscany.-Edict of [Peter Leo- Poet. 748, 41. 4s. pold] the Grand Duke of Tuscany, for the Reform of Criminal Law in his Dominions, translated from the Italian, together with the Original. Warrington, 1789. 8vo.

Privately printed by Mr. Howard. Fonthill, 2245, 13s. Brockett, 1174, 10s. 6d.

TUSSER, Thomas. Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, together with a Book of Huswifery. A new Edition, with Notes, a Glossary, and other Improvements, by William Mavor, LL.D. London, 1812. 8vo.

Best edition. LARGE PAPER in 4to. Hibbert, 8198, 1. Nassau, pt. ii. 1343, 17. 4s. Strettel, 1655, 11. 4s. Brockett, 3117, russia, 11. 7s.

A hundreth good Pointes of Husbandrie. London by Richard Tottel, 1557. 4to. Thirteen leaves. A copy is in the British Museum. This first edition was reprinted in 1810 in Brydges' British Bibliographer. Some copies were struck off separately in 4to. On VELLUM in 8vo. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 680, 13s. 1561. 4to. 1564. 4to. London by Rychard Tottel, 1570. 4to. pp. 88. This edition differs from the preceding as well as the subsequent editions. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 743, 157. 15s. London by Rychard Tottyl, 1571. 4to. pp. 88.

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Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 744, 107. 10s. Five hundreth Points of Good Husbandry. London by Rychard Tottel, 1573. 4to. 98 folios, six and a half quatrains in a page. London by Rychard Tottell, 1577. 4to. paginary reprint of that of 1573. Bindley, pt. iii. 2272, 21. 5s. London by Henrie Denham, 1580. 4to. The first complete edition of Tusser's work, and the last printed in the author's life-time. Reed, 7462, 17. 2s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1341, 17. 13s. London, Henrie Denham, 1585. 4to. London, Henrie Denham, 1586. 4to. Bibl. AngloPoet. 745, 61. 6s. 746, 71. 7s. resold Saunders' in 1818, 17. 16s. London, 1590. 4to. London, R. Yardley, 1593. 4to. - London, by Peter Short, 1597. 4to. London, by Peter Short, 1599. 4to. An incorrect edition, foisted into the third volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts under the

Tusser Redivivus. The Calendar of the twelve Months with Notes, published in as many Numbers, by Daniel Hilman, a Surveyor of Epsom in Surry. London, 1710. 8vo. Pp. 150. Hilman's work is digested into such parts only as are applicable to each month, and contains a regular intermixture of Tusser's quatrains, with a prose commentary by the author. It was published in Numbers. Bishop of Ely, 901, 4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 845, 4s. 1744. 8vo. The edition of 1710 with a new title-page. Steevens, 1464, 4s. 6d. White Knights, 4263, 6s. Reed, 7820, 6s.

TWEDDELL, John. Remains. London, 1816. 4to.

With portrait of Tweddell. The title is as follows: Remains of John Tweddell, being a Selection of his Correspondence, a Republication of his Prolusiones Juveniles, an Appendix containing some Account of the Author's Collections, MSS. Drawings, &c., and of their extraordinary Disappearance, preceded by a biographical Memoir of the deceased by the Rev. Robert Tweddell, A.M. The second Edition, augmented by a Vindication of the Editor against certain Publications of the Earl of Elgin and others, together with an Index.' 1815. 4to. Drury, 4443, 14s.

Appendix to the Remains of John Tweddell. By Robert Tweddell, A.M. London, 1815. 4to.

Addenda to the Remains of John Tweddell. London, 1816. 4to.

Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Review, on the Subject of an Article in No. L. of that Journal, on the Remains of John Tweddell. By the Earl of Elgin. Second Edition. London, 1816. 8vo. pp. 63.

Postscript to a Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Review. By the Earl of Elgin. pp. 32.

A Narrative of what is known respecting the Literary Remains of the late J. Tweddell. By Philip Hunt, LL.D. formerly Chaplain to H. E. the Earl of Elgin. London, 1816. 8vo. pp. 47.

Account of the Examination of the Elgin

ment, with a Decad of Common Places, by John Trapp. 1647. 4to. 2 vols. 12s.

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A work containing many judicious observations, collected from various sources, but for the most part expressed in uncouth language. Trapp was a man of some vigour of mind, but his language is often exceedingly quaint and uncouth.'-Orme.He also published Commentaries on some See Wood's parts of the Old Testament. Athenæ Oxonienses, iii. 843-4.

TRAPP, Joseph, D.D. Explanatory Notes upon the four Gospels, in a new Method: to which are prefixed three Discourses. London, 1747-8. 8vo. 2 vol.

A very useful work. 8vo. Drury, 4333, 3s. 6d.

Oxford, 1805.

TRAVELL, F. T. An Attempt to render the daily Reading of the Psalms more intelligible to the Unlearned, with a Paraphrase selected from the best Commentators, and illustrated with occasional Notes. Oxford, 1794. 8vo.

Travels.-A Book for Travellers. Printed at Westmestre by London.


Twenty-five leaves, printed in double columns, without numerals, signatures, or catchwords. This work, from the Caxtonian press, may be considered a compendium of almost every known topic: theology: household matters: birds: beasts: fishes: fruits: viands: drinks: merchandise: arts, &c. &c.

It also embraces the several orders of society. See Ames' Typogr. Antiq. by Dr. Dibdin, i. 315-7, and Bibl. Spencer. iv. 319-24.

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don, for Benjamin Fisher, 1613. 12mo. pp. 122. The first piece in this little work consists of Instructions for Travellers,' presumed to be by Secretary Davison, comprising useful hints for inquiry. After these a new title appears: Two excellent Letters concerning Travell. One written by the late Earle of Essex, the other by Sir Philip Sidney.'

The Modern Traveller: being a Collection of useful and entertaining Travels, lately made into various Countries, abridged. London, 1777. 12mo. 6 vols.

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The Modern Traveller; containing a Description of the various Countries of the Globe, compiled from the latest and best Authorities. Edited by Josiah Conder. London, 1831. 18mo. 30 vol. With 120 maps and other A valuable engravings, published at 87. 5s. little work, containing more information on the actual state of the world, than perhaps any other in existence. Upwards of 10,000 copies of some of the volumes have been sold.

TRAVERS, Walter. An Answere to a supplicatorie Epistle of G. T. for the pretended Catholiques. London, Tho. Vautroullier, 1583. 16mo. Pp. 387. Inglis, 1473, 5s. 16mo. 389 pages. pages and the errata. Smith. 16mo.

1593. n. d. 16mo. 400

London for Tobie

TRAVIS, George, A. M. Letters to Edward Gibbon, Esq, Author of the History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: the third Edition, corrected and considerably enlarged. London, 1794. 8vo. 6s. Chester, 1784. 4to. 5s.

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Bindley, pt. i. 974, 7s.

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TRENCH, Colonel. A Collection of Papers relating to the Thames Quay; with Hints for some further Improvements in the Metropolis, illustrated by numerous explanatory Plates. London, 1827. 4to.

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Inglis, 1585, 5s. Reprinted in the third volume of the Harleian Miscellany, and in the second volume of the Somers' Collection of Tracts.

TREVOR, Richard, Bishop of Durham. A Sketch of the Life and Character of the right hon. and rev. Richard Trevor, Lord Bishop of Durham, with a particular Account of his last Illness. Darlington, 1776. 4to.

With portrait, a profile, by J. Collyer. Brockett, 218, 18s.

Trial of Chivalry.-The History of the Tryall of Chevalry, with the Life and Death of Cavaliero Dicke Bowyer, as it hath bin lately acted by the Earl of Darby his Servants. London, 1605. 4to.

Inglis' Old Plays, 130, 81. 8s. Rhodes,

407, 167.

Trial of Treasure.-A new and mery Enterlude called The Tryall of Treasure, newly set foorth, and never before this Tyme imprinted. London, by Thomas Purfoote, 1567. 4to.

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Trials. A complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the earliest Period to the present Time. With Notes and other Illustrations: compiled by T. B. Howell and T. J. Howell. London, 1809-26. royal 8vo. 33 vols.

Published at 17. 11s. 6d. each volume.

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tion of London Apprentices were tumultuTryals of such Persons, as under the Noously assembled in Moore Fields and other Places, on Easter Holidays last, under Colour of pulling down Bawdy-houses. 1668. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1331, 4s.

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Old Bailey Trials. London, 1718-21. Svo. 3 vols. Roxburghe, 1011, 1. 11s. 6d.

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A complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings upon Impeachments for High Treason, &c. London, 1719. folio. 4 vols. Bindley, pt. iii. 811, 6 vols. 1719-30, 17. 18s. LARGE PAPER. Roxburghe, 996, 11 vols. 1719, &c. 87. 12s. Second edition, with two supplemental Volumes. London, 1730. folio. 8 vols. Steevens, 1755, 10 vols. 173066, russia, 87. 18s. 6d. Edwards, 582, 107. Third edition, with two supplemental Volumes. London, 1742-66. fol. 10 vols. Garrick, 2632, 6 vols. 17. 10s. Willett, 2359, 12 vols. 1742-81, 5. 10s. Marquis of Townshend, 2653, 10 vols. 61. 6s. Horne Tooke, 665, 11 vols. 37. 11s.


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History of the most remarkable Trials by Ordeal, Combat, Attainder, &c. London,

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A new Abridgment and critical Review of the State Trials. 1738. See SALMON, Thomas,

Select Trials for Murder. 1742. 4 vols. Duke of York, 5088, 27. 12s. 6d.

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Remarkable Trials and interesting Memoirs of the most noted Criminals, from the Year 1740 to 1764. London, 1765. 12mo.

2 vols. 6s.

A Complete Collection of State-Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and other

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Crimes and Misdemeanors. The fourth Edition, with two alphabetical Tables to the whole. To which is prefixed a new Preface by Francis Hargrave, Esq. London, 177681. folio. 11 vols. LARGE PAPER. Nassau, pt. ii. 1222, russia, 67. 6s. Reed, 2477, 117. 15s. Heath, 4399, 16l. 5s. 6d. For the accommodation of such persons as possess Hargrave's State Trials, a separate title-page has been printed, so as to render the continuation by Howell applicable to this edition.

Trials for Adultery. London, 1779. 8vo. 6 vols. Duke of York, 5090, 17. 4s. 1781. 8vo. 7 vols. Duke of York, 5092, 2. 11s.

A new Collection of Trials for Adultery. London, 1780. 8vo. 2 vols. Roxburghe, 1014, 17s. Duke of York, 5091, 17. 10s.

A Collection of remarkable and interesting Criminal Trials, Actions at Law, &c.: to which is prefixed an Essay on Reprieve and Pardon, and Biographical Sketches of John Lord Eldon and Mr. Mingay, by W. M. Medland and Charles Weobly. London, 1803-4. 8vo. 2 vols.

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State Trials; or, a Collection of the most interesting Trials prior to the Revolution of 1688, revived and illustrated by Sam. March Phillips. London, 1826. 8vo. 2 vols.

Tribulation.—The xii Profytes of Tribulacyon. London by Wynkyn de Worde, 1530. 4to.

Twenty leaves. Inglis, 1587, 17. 16s.

The Boke of Comforte agaynste Tribulacyons. London by W. de Worde. 4to. H 8, all sixes, except G & H, 8 leaves each.

Trifler.-The Trifler, a new periodical Miscellany, by Timothy Touchstone, of St. Peter's College, Westminster. London, 1788. 8vo.

The names of the authors (who were all under the age of twenty) were Mr. Oliphant and Mr. Allen, of Trinity College, Cambridge; the Hon. W. Aston and Mr. Taunton, Students of Christ Church, Oxford. Bindley, pt. iii. 2125, 12s.

TRIMMER, Mrs. Some Account of the Life and Writings of Mrs. Trimmer, with original Letters, Meditations and Prayers, selected from her Journal. 1814. 8vo. 2 vols. 18s.

Triumphs. The Triplicitie of Triumphes, or Order of the Feastes, Sacrifices, Vows, Games and Triumphes, upon the Nativities of Em

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The rare Triumphes of Loue and Fortune; plaide before the Queene's most excellent Maiestie: wherein are manye fine Conceits with great Delight. London by E. A. for Edward White, 1589. 4to. Black letter. A copy, supposed unique, is in the possession of the Marquis of Stafford.

Triumph of Wit, or Ingenuity display'd in its Perfection. 1688. Bindley, pt. iii. 1295, 17. 11s. Hibbert, 8089, 17. Is. Annales vi ReTRIVETUS, Nic. gum Angliæ, cum Continuatione, &c. edidit Ant. Hall. Oxon. 171922. 8vo. 2 vol.

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TROLLOPE, Rev. William. A History of Christ's Hospital, with a full Account of the Plan of Education, &c. introduced by a Narrative of the Rise, Progress and Suppression of the Convent of Grey Friars in London. London,

1833. 4to.

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Tracts (8) relating to the Plain of Troy. 4to. Dent, pt. ii. 285, 47. 6s. At the sale of Mr. Gough's library, a collection of tracts, &c. relative to Troy and Homer, in 2 vol. with ms. notes, sold for 12. 12s. See BRYANT, Jacob. CHANDLER, Richard. CHEVALIER, M. FALCONER, Thomas. FRANCKLIN, Capt. William. MORRITT, J. B. S. RENNELL, James. WAKEFIELD, Gilbert. WOOD, Robert.

TRUSLER, John, LL.D. The Difference between Words esteemed synonymous, in the English Language; and the proper Choice of them determined: together with so much of the Abbe Girard's Treatise on this Subject, as would agree with our Method of Expression. London, 1766. 12mo. 2 vols. Roxburghe, 2203, 10s. 6d. 12mo. 2 vols.


The Habitable World displayed. 1787. 8vo. 20 vols. Duke of York, 5111, 87.

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Truth is Manifest; or, a short and true Relation of divers main Passages of Things (in some whereof the Scots are particularly concerned) from the very first Beginning of these unhappy Troubles to this Day. London, 1645. 12mo.

Quoted by Milton in his Eikon Basilice. Hollis, 1416, 4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 843, 7s.

Manifest Truth; or, an Inversion of

Truths manifest. 1646. 4to.

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The Destruction of Troy; being the Sequel to the Iliad transl. (into English verse), with Notes by James Merrick. Oxford, 1739. 8vo. 3s. 6d. A very good translation. The volume is generally accompanied by the Greek text published in 1741. Heath, 4327, 7s. 6d. Roscoe, 819, 9s. 6d. PAPER. Nassau, pt. ii. 843*, 12s. Dent, pt. ii. 815, russia, 15s. Williams, 1817, morocco, 11. 16s. 1818, morocco, 11.


TUCKER, Abraham. The Light of Nature pursued by Edw. Search [i. e. Abraham Tucker]. London, 1768-78. 8vo. 7 vols.

Heath, 1221, 21. 7s. 1805. 8vo. 7 vols. Gosset, 5265, 31. 5s. Hibbert, 8101, 31. 13s. 6d. Dr. Paley, in the preface to his Philosophy, observes, I have found in this writer more original thinking and observation upon the several subjects that he has taken in hand, than in any other, not to say, than in all others put together. His talent also for illustration is unrivalled. But his thoughts are diffused through a long, various, and irregular work.' There is an abridgment in one vol. 8vo.

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Thomas. Report by Thomas Tucker upon the Settlement of the Revenues of Excise and Customs in Scotland, 1655. 1825.

One of the publications by the Bannatyne Club.

Tryamour. Syr Tryamoure. London by Wyllyam Copland. 4to. Black letter, 24 leaves, A, and C to E, in fours, B, six leaves, F, two leaves, with a wood-cut on the title-page. Two printed copies, both by Copland, are known to exist, Geography and Statistics. Lond.

one in the Bodleian Library, the other in the British Museum. The romance is reprinted from that in the British Museum in Utterson's Pieces of early Popular Poetry, and an abstract will be found in the third volume of Ellis' Specimens.

Tryphiodorus. Ilii Excidium, cum metrica Nicodemi Frischlini Versione, et selectis Doctorum Notis. Lacunas aliquot e Cod. MS. explevit, et suas Annotationes adjecit Jacobus Merrick. 1741. royal 8vo.

An excellent edition.


TUCKEY, James H.

1815. 8vo. 4 vols.

Drury, 4343, 17. 19s.


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