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, Heidelb. 1808 Thorlacii (Berg.) Commentarius de Egillo, Bornholmiae Praefecto sub Canuto Daniae Rege,

cum vers. Lat. et praefat. fol. . . . . . Hafn. 1822 Büsching, (Dr. J. G.) Das Schloss der Deutschen Ritter zu Marienburg. 4to. Berlin, 1823 Wither's (G.) Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Modern, &c.; in 4 books. fol.

Lond. 1634-5 Montaigne's (Sieur de) Essayes; or Morall, Politicke, and Millitarie Discourses, &c. done into English by John Florio. fol.

. . . . ib. 1603 The Extravagant Shepherd, or, the History of the Shepherd Lysis, an Anti-Romance, &c. made English by John Davies. fol. .

. . ib. 1654 Allyn's (Richard) Journal during Service on board the Centurion, (1691-2.) MS. fol. Tristan, von Meister Gotfrit von Straszburg, mit der Fortsetzung des Meisters Ulrich von Turheim. Von C. von Groote. 4to. . . . . Berlin, 1821

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. ib. 1708 Amadis de Gaule, the famous and renowned History of, &c. The sixt part, never before

published. (Perion, Son of Amadis, and Lisvart of Greece.) Translated out of French by F. Kirkman. 4to. . .

. . . ib. no date.

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commendable qualities, concerning Mind or Body, &c. &c. 3d edit. 4to. ib. 1661 Barclay's (John) Argenis. Translated by Sir Robert le Grys. The Verses by Thomas May,

&c. 4to. . . . . . . . . . ib. 1628 - - , or the Loves of Polyarchus and Argenis, faithfully translated by Kingsmill Long, Esq. 2d edit. with Key. 4to.

. ib. 1636 Gottfried's von Strassburg Werke, &c. mit Einleitung und Wörterbuch, herausg. durch F. H. Von der Hagen. 2 vols. in 1. 8vo.

. Breslau, 1823 See Prose WORK8, vol. vi. p. 192.

Alxinger, (Joh. von) Doolin von Maynz. Ein Rittergedichté in zehen Gesangen. 2te Auflage. 800.

. . Leipz. 1797 Münter, (Fred. Episc. Selandiae,) Fragmenta Versionis Antiquae Latinae Prophetarum Jeremiae, Ezechielis, Danielis, et Hoseae, e codice rescripto, &c. 4to. . Hafn. 1819

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. Lond. 1639 Thoms's (W. J.) Collection of Old English Prose Romances. Reprinted from the Originals. 3 vols. cr. 8vo. containing, .

ib. 1827 Vol. I.-1. Helyas, Knight of the Swan.

Vol. II.-7. Thomas of Reading.
2. Fryer Bacon.

8. Robin Hood.
3. Second Report of Dr. John Faustus. III.-9. George-a-Green, the Pindar of Wake-
4. Frier Rush.

field. 11.–5. Robert the Devyll.

10. Life and Death of Dr. John Faustus. 6. Life of Virgilius.

11. Tom-a-Lincoln. 1st part. Warton's (Thomas) History of English Poetry, from the Close of the Eleventh to the Com

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History of Sir Eger, Sir Graham, and Sir Gray-Steel. MS. Copy of the Edition of 1711. 4to.
Collection of English and French Metrical Romances. Transcribed by George Elis, Esq.
MS. 4 vols. 4to. containing,
Vol. I_1. Richard Coer de Lyon. From MS. in Caius Coll. Camb. (English.)
II.-2. Sir Bevis of Hampton. (English.)

3. Tristran l'Amoureux. From MS. of Mr. Douce's. (French.) With notes.

4. Fables de Marie. From M. de la Rue's copies. (French.)
III.-5. Sir Dégoré. From Copland's Edition in Garrick Collection. (English.)
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8. Amys and Amylion. (English.)

9. Ysumbras. (English.)

10. Merlyn. From MS. in Lincoln's Inn Library. (English.)
IV.-11. Continuation of Merlyn. From MS. in Advocates' Library. (English.)

12. Sir Eger, Sir Graham, and Sir Gray-Steel. (English.)
13. Roswal and Lilian. From a printed Edition belonging to Mr. Douce. (English.)
14. Sir Otuel. From Auchinleck MS. in Advocates' Library. (English.)

15. Continuation of Sir Otuel. From Mr. Fillingham's MS. (English.) Tristran. Fragment of a French Metrical Romance. Transcribed, with notes, by George Ellis. MS. 4to.

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David Laing. (Included also in the Early Metrical Tales" by the same Editor, 1826.) 8m. 4to. . .

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Sir W. S. MS. 4to. Watson's (John, alias John the Wanderer,) Introduction to the Observations and Remarks in

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Lond. Tracy, 1632

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England, &c. &c. 8m. 4to. . . . . . . ib. 1610 Old English Metrical Romances, transcribed from MSS. in the Royal Library at Naples,

by Sticchini. MS. 2 vols. sm. 800. containing, Vol. I. Bevys of Hampton.

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ancient MSS. with an Introduction, Notes, and Glossary.—The Romance of Octavian, from a MS. in the Bodleian, by Conybeare. Oxford, 1809.—3 vols. cr. 800. Edin. 1810 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. v. pp. 429-431; vol. x. p. 299; PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. pp. 99, 104, &c.

LIFE, vol. vi. p. 259. Lyndsay's (Sir David, of the Mount,) Poetical Works. new edit. With Life of the Author. By George Chalmers. 3 vols. cr. 800.

Lond. 1806 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. vii. p. 384 ; PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. pp. 272_3. The Noble Art of Venerie or Hunting, wherein is handled and set out the Vertues, &c. of

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