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Testamento inveniuntur. Londini apud Winandum de Vorde (1524).


A to Q in fours, Aiv blank, 64 leaves. The first book printed in England in which the Hebrew and Arabic characters were used, and which were evidently cut in wood. The author complains that he was obliged to omit his whole third part, because the printer had no Hebrew types. White Knights, 4602, morocco, 31.

The Copie of a Letter wrytten unto the Kinges Highnesse by Mayster R. Wakfelde, Chapeleyne unto his Grace, the Yere of our

Lorde. M.CCCCCXXVII. Tho. Berthelet excudebat. Reprinted in Knight's Life of Erasmus. App. No. ix.

Kotser Codicis, quo præter Ecclesiæ Sacrosanctæ Decretum, probatur Conjugium cum Fratria carnaliter cognita, illicitum omnino, &c. Londini, 1528. 4to A copy is in the Bodleian Library.

Syntagma de Hebræorum Codicum Incorruptione. 4to. A copy is in the Bodleian Library.

Illustrissimo Comiti De Wilshier. D. Tomæ

Roxburghe, Suppl. 647, 4s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1928, 7s. Nassau, pt. ii. 890, 8s.

The Shakspearean Miscellany: containing a Collection of scarce and valuable Tracts; Biographical Anecdotes of Theatrical Performers; with Portraits of ancient and modern Actors: scarce and original Poetry; and curious Remains of Antiquity. Printed chiefly from MSS. with occasional Notes by F. G. Waldron. London, 1802. 4to. Field, 568, 6s. Strettell, 1679, 9s. North, pt. iii. 557, 10s. 6d. Nassau, pt. iii. 1375, 15s. Bindley, pt. iii. 2015, 17. 4s.

-George. Works, containing Poems, Tracts, and a Description of the Isle of Man. Oxford, 1731. folio.

Sir Walter Scott has made great use of this work in his Peveril of the Peak. Towneley, pt. ii. 1694, 13s. LARGE PAPER. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1177, 10s. 6d.

History of the Isle of Man. London, 1744. 12mo. Reed, 6351, 6s. WALES, William.

See Cook,

Bulleyn Domino et Patrono suo plurimum Capt. James. FORSTER, George.

observando R. Wakfeldus. Tho. Berthelet excudit. Reprinted in Knight's Life of Erasmus, no. xxiii.

Paraphrasis in Librum Koheleth (quem vulgo Ecclesiasten vocant) succincta, clara atque fidelis. 4to.

WALCOTT, John. Descriptions and Figures of Petrifactions found in the Quarries, Gravel Pits, &c. near Bath. Bath (1779). 8vo.

2s. 6d.

Pp. 55, including title, preface, and index, with 86 figures on 16 plates, by J. Collyer.

Synopsis of British Birds, by John Walcott, Esq. London, 1789-92. 4to. 2 vols. 27. 12s. 6d. Many of the plates in this work are drawn from stuffed specimens.

WALDEGRAVE, James, Earl of. Memoirs, from 1754 to 1758, by James, Earl of Waldegrave. London, 1821. small 4to.

A valuable historical work, written in a clear, plain, and unaffected style, with a biographical and critical preface, said to have been written by Lord Holland. Hibbert, 8414, 1. 1s. Drury, 4660, 15s. 6d.

WALDRON, F. G. The Literary Museum; or ancient and modern Repository, comprising scarce and curious Tracts, Poetry, Biography, and Criticism. London, 1792. 8vo.

An Inquiry into the present State of Population in England and Wales; and the Proportion which the present Number of In

habitants bears to the Number at former Periods. London, 1781. 8vo.

The Method of finding the Longitude at Sea by Time-keepers: to which are added Tables of Equations to equal Altitudes, more extensive and accurate than any hitherto published. London, 1794. 8vo.

Wales. Anonymous Publications relating to Wales.

A Treatise containing the Equity of an humble Supplication, which is to be exhibited vnto hir gracious Maiesty, and this high Court of Parliament, in Behalf of the Countrey of Wales, that some Order may be taken for the Preaching of the Gospel among those People. Oxford, by Joseph Barnes, 1587. 8vo. Sixty-two pages.

God's Warning to his People of England, by the great Overflowing of the Waters or Floudes, lately hapned in South-Wales, and many other Places. Wherein is described the great Losses, and wonderfull Damages, that hapned thereby; by the Drowning of many Townes and Villages, to the utter Undooing of many Thousandes of People. London, by W. Barley and Jo. Bayly. 1607. 4to. Twelve pages in black letter. A very curious and extraordinary relation, containEnglish history, reprinted in the third voing several particulars not to be found in the lume of the Harleian Miscellany.

The Welsh Ambassadour, or the Happy

Anthony. D.D. Planctus UniNewes his Worship hath brought to London, geniti et Spes Resuscitandi. Lond.

with her thirteen Articles of Acreements. London, 1643. 4to. with a frontispiece. Nassau, pt. ii. 1494, 15s. About the period, 1641-51, a great variety of tracts were published relating to Wales.

Wonderful Newes from Wales: or, a true Narrative of an old Woman (Jane Morgan) living near Lanselin in Denbighshire, whose Memory serves her to relate what she hath

seen and done 130 Years ago. London, 1677. 4to. Eight pages. Reprinted in the sixth volume of the Harleian Miscellany.

Wallography, or the Britton described. London, 1682. Towneley, pt. i. 800, 17. 1s. Account of some of the most romantic Parts of N. Wales. London, 1777. 8vo.

Letters from Snowdon descriptive of a Tour thro' the Northern Counties of Wales. London, 1777. 12mo.

A Month's Tour in N. Wales, Dublin, and its Environs. London, 1781. 8vo. 5s. Fonthill, 2570, 13s.

Translated Specimens of Welsh Poetry in English Verse, with some original Pieces and Notes, by John Walters, B. A. London, 1782. 8vo. 3s.

A Collection of Welsh Tours. 1793. 12mo. Published by Sael. 12mo. Fonthill, 2560, 17.


- 1797.

1664. 4to. 9s.

A sermon at the funeral of Lord Rich, on Luke vii. 12, 13, with two prints by Cross.

See EIKON BAZIAIKH. WARWICK, Mary, Countess of Boyle.

Clement. The compleat History of Independency, 1646–60. In four Parts. London, 1661. 4to.

This work, written by a violent and vindietive Presbyterian, 'gives an admirable idea of the character of the times, parties, and persons.'-Bp. Warburton. Bindley, pt. iv. 936, 19s. Hibbert, 8415, 17. Gordonstoun, 2397, 17. 16s. Roxburghe, 391, 27. 3s. Towneley. pt. i. 830, 21. 3s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1377, russia, 31. Collation.-General title, one leaf. Part I. Relations and Observations, &c. 1661. sign. A to Bb, in fours. Part II. Anarchia Anglicana. 1661. sign. A to LI in fours, L14 blank. This part contains an emblematical print of O. Cromwell directing the lopping of the royal oak of Britain. Part III. The High Court of Justice. 1660. sign. A to H 2, in fours. The History of Independency, the fourth and last Part, by T. M. Esquire, a Lover of his King and Country. 1660. sign. A to R 2, in fours. The former editions of pts. i. ii. & iii. vary a little from this reprint. Part I. 1648. A to A a 2, in fours. R 4 is

A descriptive Tour through S. Wales. London, 1797. 8vo. Fonthill, 733, 17. QUARTO. Towneley, pt. ii. 1463, 14s. 6d. The Myvyrian Archaiology of Wales, col-missing, and between T and V are two leaves lected out of ancient Manuscripts. London, 1801-7. 8vo. 3 vols. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 75, vols. 1 & 2, 21. 14s. Sotheby's in 1825, 3 vols. 77. 10s. This valuable publication, embracing the works of eminent Bards and Historians, was conducted by that eminent Welsh Philologist, Mr. William Owen.

Welsh Legends, a Collection of popular

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See Agricultural Surveys.

WALKER, Adam. Remarks made in a Tour from London to the Lakes of Westmoreland and Cumberland in 1791; to which is added, a Sketch of Paris in 1785. London, 1792. 8vo.

Pp. 259, including title and advertise


Ideas suggested in an Excursion through Flanders, Germany, Italy and France. London. 1791. 8vo. 4s. Fonthill, 2047, 15s.

A System of familiar Philosophy, in twelve Lectures. London, 1799. 4to.

marked t and t2. Animadversions upon the Armies Remonstrance, A B and C, 12 leaves. Part II. 1649. A to L1, the last leaf containing the errata, with the emblematical print. Part III. 1651. A to I, in fours.


The Voyages and Cruises of Commodore Walker, during the late Spanish and French Wars. London, 1760. 12mo. 2 vols. 5s.

Stanley, 686, 17. Is.

Sir Edward, Knt. Historical Discourses. London, 1705. folio.

This work contains many curious and useful particulars relative to the civil war, to a great part of which the author was eye-witof K. Charles I. and of the author writing on ness. Prefixed is a print, containing portraits a drum. Gough, 4060, 12s. Edwards, 596, 13s. Hibbert, 8627, 13s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1247, 18s. Heath, 4468, with an equestrian portrait of K. Charles I. by Hollar, 17. 11s.

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This author published several other works of acknowledged excellence on grammar and elocution.

-Joseph Cooper. An historical Essay on the Dress of the ancient

Vindication of the true Account &c. Lon- and modern Irish: to which is subdon, 1689. 4to.

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Din eights. Nassau, pt. i. 2106, 77. 17s 6d. London by Richard Tottyl, 1532. 16mo. Thirty-two leaves.

John. An Attempt towards recovering an Account of the Numbers and Sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England, who were sequestered, harassed, &c. in the Grand Rebellion. London, 1714. folio.

A work of considerable authority, containing many curious particulars of personal history. Bishop of Ely, 1521, 9s. Hibbert, 8629, 12s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1242, 15s. Marquis of Townshend, 3278, 15s. 6d. Hollis, 1352, 21. 2s. LARGE PAPER. Williams, 1930, morocco, 6l. 10s.

The Church and the Dissenters compar'd as to Persecution in some Remarks on Dr. Walker's Attempt, &c. by Edmund Calamy, D. D. London, 1719. 8vo. 3s.

John. A Dictionary of the English Language, answering at once the Purposes of Rhyming, Spelling and Pronouncing. London,

1775. sm. 8vo.

Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 892, russia, 10s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1914, 12s. Horne Tooke, 770, 11. 4s. Frequently reprinted.

Elements of Elocution. London, 1781.


joined, a Memoir on the Armour and Weapons of the Irish. London, 1788. 4to.

Bindley, pt. iv. 1005, 11. Walker's works are held in high estimation.

Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards, interspersed with Anecdotes, and occasional Observations on the Music of Ireland: also an historical and descriptive Account of the Musical Instruments of the ancient Irish, and an Appendix, containing several bio

graphical and other Papers, with select Irish

Melodies. London, 1786. 4to.

Historical Memoir on Italian Tragedy, from the earliest Period to the present Time: illustrated with Specimens and Analyses of the most celebrated Tragedies; and interspersed with occasional Observations on the Italian Theatres; and Biographical Notices of the principal Tragic Writers of Italy. By a Member of the Arcadian Academy of Rome (J. C. Walker). London, 1799. 4to. Many notices of scarce dramas may be gleaned from this work, as the author seems to have laboured with great and exemplary diligence in the illustration of his subject. Bindley, pt. iv. 1004, 5s. Roxburghe, 3657, 10s. Hibbert, 8559, 10s.

Historical and critical Essay on the Revival of the Drama in Italy. London, 1805. 8vo. Hibbert, 8344, 5s.

Memoirs of Alessandro Tassoni, edited by Sam. Walker. London, 1815. post 8vo. 15s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 893, 7s.

Several curious pieces by Walker will be found in the Transactions of the Irish Academy.

Obadiah. The Greek and

Roman History, illustrated by Coins and Medals, in two Parts, by O. W. London, 1692. 8vo.

Nassau, pt. ii. 892, 4s. Bindley, pt. iii. 2159, 9s. 6d.

A notice of Walker and of his works will be found in Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses.

Robert, one of the Ministers of the High-Church of Edinburgh.

8vo. 2 vols. 9s. LARGE PAPER? Williams, Sermons on practical Subjects. Lon

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Williams, 1852, 3 vols. 1783-4, 17. 13s. - New Edition, 1791. 8vo. 3 vols.

WALKER, Robert, Rector of Shengham, Norfolk. Analysis of Researches into the Origin and Progress of Historical Time, from the Creation to the Accession of C. Caligula with Remarks on Abp.

Usher's Annals of the Old and New Testament, Strictures on Sir Is. Newton's Chronology and on Falconer's Chronological Tables. London, 1798. 8vo. 6s.


Samuel, of Truro. Sermons. London, 1763. 8vo. 2 vols. Thomas. A Treatise on the Art of Flying by mechanic Means only. London, 1810. 8vo. 4s.

William. The Iovrnall, or dayly Register, contayning a trve Manifestation and historicall Declaration of the Voyage, accomplished by eight Shippes of Amsterdam, vnder the Conduct of Jacob Corneliszen Neck Admirall, & Wybrandt van Warwick Vice-Admirall, which sayled from Amsterdam the first day of March, 1598. Shewing the Covrse they kept, and what other notable Matters happened vnto them in the sayd Voyage. London for Cutbert Burby & Iohn Flasket, 1601. 4to.

Sixty-two leaves, not including the title, and a dedication by the translator, William Walker, to Master Thomas Smith, Sheriffe of London.' On the reverse of leaf 58 commences' Some words of the Malish speech,wherewith a man may trauell ouer all the Land.'

WALKINGTON, Thomas, D. D. The Optic Glasse of Hvmors, &c. by T. W. Oxford.

Prefixed is the plate of a sphere with the views of Oxford and Cambridge, and another (the title-page) with the representation of two divines; over the head of one is written Cambridge, over that of the other Oxford. London, 1607. 8vo. London, 1639. 12mo. 1664. 12mo. with a frontispiece.

This work has likewise been attributed to Thomas Wilbie and to T. Wombwell. Dr. Farmer, in his Essay on the Learning of

Venice, the Jew, as an apology for his cruelty, rehearses many sympathies and antipathies for which no reason can be rendered. The incident is to be met with in

the Optick Glasse of Humours.'

Theologicall Rules and holy Riddles by T. W. London, 1615. Nassau, pt. ii. 692 8s. Rabboni; Mary Mag. Tears of Sorrow and Solace, preached at Paul's Cross, on Joh. 20. 16. London, 1620. Svo.

WALKLEY, Thomas. A Catalogue of the Nobility of England and Ireland, with the Addition of the Baronets of England, &c. by T. W. London, 1630. 4to. 2s. 6d.

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Frequently reprinted with variations in the title-page, &c. 1632. 8vo. Svo. 1635. 8vo. 1642. 8vo. 1658. 4to.

1652. 8vo.

1640. Svo.

1653. 8vo.

An Ac

WALL, Adam, M.A. count of the different Ceremonies observed in the Senate House of the University of Cambridge: together with Tables of Fees, &c. &c. Cambridge, 1798. 8vo.

Pp. 376, and errata one page. William, D. D. History of Infant Baptism. London, 1705. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s.

An able work, recommended by Bishops Watson and Tomline, and others.

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Reflexions on Mr. Wall's History of Infant Baptism (by J. Gale). London, 1711. Sve. 5s. These works of Wall and Gale on Infant Baptism, are well worthy of examination.

Defence of the History of Infant Baptism against the Reflections of Mr. Gale and others, by William Wall. London, 1720. 8vo. 5s.

Critical Notes on the Old and New Testament by William Wall. London, 1733-4, & 1730. 8vo. 3 vols. A valuable work, explaining many difficult expressions. Bishop of Ely, 928, 14s.

WALLACE, George. The Nature and Descent of ancient Peerages, connected with the State of Scotland, the Origin of Tenures, the Succession of Fiefs, and the Constitution of Parliament, in that Country. The second Edition, with Additions

and Corrections. Edinburgh, 1785. | Brydges' Censura Literaria. Edinb. 1620.


A curious and elaborate work. Brockett, 3233, 7s. - Edinburgh, 1783. 4to. This edition is entitled 'Thoughts on the Origin of Feudal Tenures and the Descent of Antient Peerages in Scotland'.

A System of the Principles of the Law of Scotland. Edinb. 1760. folio, vol. I. 12. 5s.

James, D. D. Account of the Islands of Orkney, with an Essay concerning the Thule of the Ancients. London, 1663. 8vo.


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James, M. D. History of the Kingdom of Scotland from Fergus I. to the Commencement of the Union, by J. W. M. D. Dublin, 1724. 4to. Roxburghe, 8702, 17. 3s.

Robert, D. D. A Dissertation on the Numbers of Mankind in ancient and modern Times. Edinb.

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Sir William. The Actis and Deidis of the illuster and vailzeand Campioun, Schir William Wallace, Knicht of Ellerslie. Edinburgh be Robert Lekpreuik at the Expensis of Henrie Charteris, 1570. 4to.

Black letter. A copy is in the British Museum. It has no title-page, but the text commences on A 1, with the above head title. The signatures run from A to Z in eights, or 184 leaves. Edinb. 1594. 4to. 1601. 4to. Roxburghe, 3262, 317. by Andro Hart, 1611. 4to. pp.

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De Gestis Gul. Vallæ Collectanea varia. Edinb. 1705. 12mo.

Wallace: or, the Flight of Falkirk, a metrical Romance (by Miss Holford). London, 1809. 4to.

WALLER, Edmund. The Works of Edmund Waller, Esq. in Verse and Prose, published by Mr. Fenton. London, 1729. 4to.

A splendid edition, with portrait of Waller by Vertue and other embellishments. Bindley, pt. iv. 992, 7s. Dent, pt. ii. 1319, 8s. Heath, 1901, 16s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1387, russia, 11. Marq. of Townshend, 3409, 17. 3s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 854, 21. 2s. Reed, 7469, with ms. note by Is. Reed, and an original letter from Waller to Hobbes, 31. 4s.

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