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Lancelot du Lac. lett. goth. 3 tom. fol.
nouvellement imprimé à Paris, 1533 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. v. pp. 379, 425, &c. La tres elegānte, delicieuse, melliflue, et trèsplaisante Hystoire du tres noble, victorieux, et excellentissimé Roy PERCEFOREST, Roy de la grant Bretaigne, &c. lett. goth. 3 tom. fol.
Paris, Galiot Dupré, 1531-2 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. viii. p. 200 ; PROSE WORKs, vol. vi. pp. 179, 184, 186. Le Premier Livre de la Cronicque du tres vaillant et redouté Dom Flores de Grece, surnommé
le Chevalier des Cignes, &c. Mise en Français par le Seigneur des Essars, Nicolas de Herberay, &c. fol. .
. . . ib. 1552 The Byrth, Lyf, and Actes of Kyng Arthur; of his noble Knyghtis of the Rounde Table, &c. and in the end, Le Morte d'Arthur, &c. With an Introduction and Notes by Robert Southey. Printed from Caxton's edition, 1485. 2 vols. 4to. . . Lond. 1817
See Prose WORKS, vol. vi. pp. 174-5, 187, 212; Life, vol. ii. p. 135. History of the valiant Knight Arthur of Little Britain, a Romance of Chivalry. Translated from the French by Lord Berners. new edit. Edited by Edw. V. Utterson, Esq. 4to. ib. 1814
See PROSE WORKS, vol. vi. p. 212. Boetius De Consolatione Philosophie, necnon de Disciplina Scholarum, cum Commento Sancti Thome. lit. goth. fol.
· · · Lugduni, 1491 Opus Aureum, &c. Super Evangeliis totius anni, secundum usus Romane curie et ordinis
Fratrum predicatorum. Editum a Fratre Antonio de Gislandis de Laveno. lit. goth. 2 partes in 1 tom. fol.
. . . . ib. 1508 Rabelais, (François) Euvres de. Avec les Remarques historiques et critiques de M. Duchat. 3 tom. 4to. . .
, Amst. 1741 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. vii. p. 68 ; PROSE WORKS, vol. ii. pp. 72, 344 ; vol. iii. p. 292. Jacobus de Voragine, Legenda Sanctorum que Lombardica Hystoria dicitur. Cura Lamb.
Campestri, &c. lit. goth. With MS. note by Sir W. S. fol. . Lugduni, 1517
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. ib. by Widow Orwin, 1596 Schefferi (Joannis) Lapponia, id est, Regionis Lapponum et Gentis nova et veriss. Descriptio,
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. ib. 1717 13. Life, Adventures, and Pyracies of the famous Captain Singleton, &c. 8vo..
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. . ib. 1724-5-7 See PROSE WORKs, vol. vii. p. 445. 15. New Voyage round the World. (2 parts in 1 vol.) 8vo.
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. . ib. 17. Political History of the Devil. (2 parts in 1 vol.) 8vo.
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. ib. 1729
Lond. 1703 King William. 2d edit. . Lond. 1702 5. Hymn to Tyburn. Sequel to H. to Pillory. (not by Defoe.) ib. 1703 2. The Spanish Descent, a Poom. .. ib. 1702 6. The Dyet of Poland, a Satyr. . .
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. ib. 1724 28. Essay on the History and Reality of Apparitions. 8vo.
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: : ' áb. 1738 30. Life and Adventures of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. 12mo. .
. ib. 1745 31. Life and Adventures of Roxana, the fortunate Mistress, or most unhappy Wife, &c. 8vo. ib. 1774 32. Every-Body's Business is No-Body's Business, or, Private Abuses, Public Grievances : exemplified in
the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our Women-Servants, Footmen, &c. By Andrew
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Lond. 1718 2. Miscellaneous Prose and Verse. 5th edit. .
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it. 1718 4. Characters in Prose, and Miscellanies in Verse..
ib. 1709 5. Poetical Miscellanies, and the Tory Quaker, in Prose..
ib. 1717 6. The Wandering Spy, &c. Familiar Poems. With MS. note by Henry Weber.
ib. 1724 - Life and Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha. Merrily translated into Hudibrastic verse. 2 vols. 800. .
. . . ib. 1711-12 - Friendly Correspondences, or Epistolary Satyrs upon Virtue and Vice, &c. 8vo. ib. 1707 - Nuptial Dialogues and Debates, or, a Useful Prospect of the Felicities and Discomforts of a Married Life. 4th edit. 2 vols. 12mo. .
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