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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, 91. 9s.

reign of K. James I.

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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, 1. 4s. Brockett, 3117, russia, 11. 7s.

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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. VELLUM in 8vo. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 680, 13s. 1561. 4to. 1562. 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. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 744, 107. 10s.

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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, 1. 13s. Henrie Denham, 1585. 4to. 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

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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.

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 PubliIcations 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

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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.

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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, 12. 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 ComTURTON, 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

With plates, wood-cuts, &c. Duke of deduced from their original Languages, proYork, 5120, 17. 1s. Drury, 4347, 21.

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. 1806. imper. 4to.

London,

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.

perly 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, or the Shells of the British Islands systematically arranged. Exeter, 1822. 4to. PP279, with 20 plates, containing 139 figures, coloured. The volume contains the Bivalves only. Duke of York, 5226, 11. 5s.

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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.

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, 6. Gordonstoun, 2246, 91. 9s.

reign of K. James I. Edinb. by Walde-
grave, 1599. 4to.
London, 1604. 4to.
This and the following editions are very in-
correct, and the sense often perverted.
London, 1610. 4to. London, 1614. 4to.
White Knights, -
11. 6s. Roxburghe,
3322, morocco, 31. 4s. - London, 1620. 4to.
London, 1630. 4to. pp. 164. Bibl. Anglo-
London, 1638. 4to.
London, 1672. 4to. pp. 146, exclusive of

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, 17. Nassau, pt. ii. 1343, 17. 4s. Strettel, 1655, 17. 4s. Brockett, 3117, russia, 11. 7s.

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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. A 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, 1. 13s. London, Henrie Denham, 1585. 4to. London, Henrie Denham, 1586. 4to. Bibl. AngloPoet. 745, 61. 6s. 746, 71. 7s. resold Saunders' in 1818, 1. 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

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the tables. In this edition some few errors are corrected, and the orthography is considerably modernised. Nassau, pt. ii. 1342, 14s. twelve Months with Notes, published in as

Tusser Redivivus. The Calendar of the

many Numbers, by Daniel Hilman, a Sur-
veyor 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 Tus-
ser's quatrains, with a prose commentary by
the author.

Bishop of Ely, 901, 4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 845,
It was published in Numbers.

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.

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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

Box, by the Rev. Robert Tweddel. Manchester (1817). 4to.

See Quarterly Review, xii. 257-73.

Prolusiones Juveniles Præmiis Academicis dignatæ. Auctore Joane Tweddell, A.B. Trin Coll. Cant. Soc. London, 1793. 8vo. 3s. Horne Tooke, 745, 12s.

TWELLS, Leonard, D.D. A critical Examination of the late Text and Version of the New Testament, in Greek and English. London, 1732. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s.

Wolfius was so much pleased with this able review of Dr. Mace's edition of the New Testament, that he translated and inserted it in the Prolegomena to that book. See Curae, tom. v. p. 387.

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Twiss, Francis. A complete verbal Index to the Plays of Shakspeare, adapted to all the Editions, comprehending every Substantive, Adjective, Verb, Participle, and Adverb, used by Shakspeare; with a distinct Reference to every individual Passage in which each Word Occurs. London, 1805. 8vo. 2 vols.

Most of the impression of this work was destroyed by fire. Field, 572, 27. 17s. Reed, 8414, 37. 3s. Dent, pt. ii. 819, 41. 4s. North, pt. ii. 1652, 47. 9s. Bindley, 4. 14s. 6d. Boswell, 2846, 51. 12s. 6d., 2847, 71. 2s. 6d.

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Richard. Travels through Portugal and Spain (1772-3), with Copper-plates, and an Appendix. London, 1775. 4to.

Bindley, pt. iii. 2285, 16s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 1172, 17s. Willett, 2473, 17. Edwards, 485, 1. 3s. LARGE PAPER. Garrick, 2392, 14. 13s. Baker, 543, russia, 27. — Dublin, 1775. 12mo. 2 vols. An incorrect edition, with two bad prints.

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the manner of the celebrated epistle to Sir W. Chambers.

An heroic Answer from Richard Twiss, Esq. to Donna Teresa Pinna y Ruiz. London, reprinted from the Dublin third Edition, 1777. 4to.

Chess. London, 1787-9. 8vo. 2 vols. Bindley, pt. iii. 1264, 8s. 6d. In vol. ii. of the Author's Miscellanies, will be found additions to this interesting work.

A Trip to Paris, in 1792. London, 1793. 8vo. 136 pp., with the Guillotine, and the Rose of Jericho. An Edition was handsomely printed in Dublin, in 12mo. 1793, 176 pp. with a few additional paragraphs, furnished by the Author.

Miscellanies. By Richard Twiss. London, 1805. 8vo. 2 vols.

TWISSE, William, D.D. Riches of Gods Love unto the Vessels of Mercy. Oxford, 1653. fol.

Sotheby's in 1821, 13s. An account of Twisse will be found in Wood's Athens Oxonienses.

Two Italian Gentlemen.-The

pleasaunt and fine conceited Comœdie of Two Italian Gentlemen, with the merie Devises of Captaine Crackstones. By A[ntony] M[unday]. (Printed circa 1550.)

Inglis' Old Plays, 140, imperfect, 91. 12. This play appears to be a translation from the Italian.

TWOPENNY, Richard. Dissertations on some Parts of the Old and New Testaments, which have been supposed unsuitable to the Divine Attributes. London, 1824. 8vo.

Two Wise Men and all the rest

Fooles: or a comicall Morall, cen suring the Follies of this Age, as it hath been diverse Times acted. Anno 1619.

This old play, a lampoon on the times, has been attributed to George Chapman, upon very slender authority.

TWYNE, Brian. Antiquitatis Aca

A Tour in Ireland in 1775. London, demiæ Oxoniensis Apologia, in tres

1776. 8vo. pp. 208, with a map, and a view of the salmon-leap at Ballyshannon. The author of this tour has been damned to everlasting fame' for some severe remarks on the Irish ladies. See Monthly Review, lx. 192-3. Heath, 4777, 8s. 6d. Several editions have been published in Dublin.

An heroic Epistle from Donna Teresa Pinna y Ruiz of Murcia to R. Twiss with Notes by himself. Dublin, 1776. 8vo. London, 1777. 4to. A satire written after

Libros divisa, Authore Briano Twy.

no.

Oxon. 1608. sm. 4to.

Pp. 462, including the title. An ample refutation of all Dr. Caius's arguments for the seniority of the Cantabrigians.-Nicolson. Nassau, pt. ii. 1344, 7s.

John. De Rebus Albionicis, Britannicis atque Anglicis Commentariorum Libri duo. Lond. 1590. 8vo.

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Black letter. 1586. 24mo. - 1589. 24mo. 1596. 24mo. An account of Twyne, with a list of his numerous translations, &c. will be found in Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses.

TWYSDEN, Sir Roger. Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores decem, Curâ Rogeri Twysden. London, 1652. fol. 2 vols.

A valuable collection of British historians, unfortunately never completed. Hibbert, 8229, 31. 4s. Heath, 4498, 5l. 5s. Willett, 126, 61. 6s. Bishop Randolph, 983, 67. 12s. 6d. Roxburghe, 8322, 71. 7s. Marquis of Townshend, 3260, 91. LARGE or FINE PAPER. 12l. 12s.-Contents. 1. Simeon, Monachus Dunelmensis. 2. Johannes, Prior Hagustaldensis. 3. Ricardus, Prior Hagustaldensis. 4. Ailredus, Abbas Rievallensis.

5. Radul

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Questio quodlibetica, or an Examination of Dr. Fenton's Treatise of Usury. London, 1653. 12mo. 3s.

An historical Vindication of the Church of England in Point of Schism, as it stands separated from the Roman, and was reformed 1. Elizabeth. London, 1657. 4to. A most elaborate historical' work, written in opposition to Saunders and others of that stamp.-Nicolson. There is a copy in the British Museum with ms. notes by the author. LARGE PAPER. Williams, 1671, 27. 11s. 1675. 4to.

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Loss of his Shop. 1678. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1345, 8s.

TYERS, Thomas. Political Conferences between several great Men in the last and present Century; with Notes by the Editor, Thomas Tyers, Esq. of the Inner Temple. The second Edition, with Additions. London, 1781. 8vo. 3s.

The first edition of this agreeable and amusing work appeared in 1780. Of the eleventh conference, it is said only 25 copies were printed. Bindley, pt. iii. 1330, 5s. 6d.

An historical Rhapsody on Pope. By the Editor of the Political Conferences (Thomas Tyers). The second Edition, corrected and enlarged. London, 1782. 8vo. 2s.

An historical Essay on Mr. Addison. Lond. 1783. 8vo. Bindley, pt. iii. 1279, with the Rhapsody on Pope, 1782, 16s.

A Biographical Sketch of Dr. Samuel Johnson, by Thomas Tyers, Esq. 8vo. pag. 27, printed in double columns, without a title-page.

Conversations Political and Familiar. London, 1784. 8vo. Published anonymously.

TYLER, Alexander. Memoires of Ihon the Great, third of that Name, present King of Poland:-Done in Verse (out of H. G.'s historical Account of the said Princes Life and Actions), by a Lover of the Peace and Glory of Christendome. Edinburgh, 1685. 4to.

Pp. 186. Constable, 1096, 21. 6s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 755, 37. 13s. 6d.

Tom. See Tom Tylere and his Wife.

Wat. The Idol of the Clownes, or, the Insurrection of W. Tyler. London, 1654. 12mo.

By John Cleavland. Two editions were published in 1654. It is reprinted in Cleavland's works.

See STRAW, Jack.

TYNDALE, William. The whole Workes of W. Tyndall, John Frith, and Dcct. Barnes, three worthy Martyrs, and principall Teachers of the Churche of England. London, by John Daye, 1573. folio.

The works of Tyndale run to p. 478, besides a full Index; those of Frith, 1-171, besides Index; those of Barnes, 1-376, besides Index: a Life of each is prefixed from Fox's Actes and Monuments, and there are two spirited wood-cuts at the beginning and

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