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Miscellanea Poetica Anglicana Antiqua. Edited by Joseph Haslewood and Sir Egerton
Brydges. 4 vols. 4to. Lond. Triphook, 1811. Contains Reprints of the following Tracts :
Harrington, Meres, Campion, Daniel, and Bolton.
phical and Critical Introduction by Brydges and Haslewood. IV. 13. Paradyse of Daynty Devises, from the 1st Edition of 1576 ; with Additions from the Editions of
1580 and 1608, and Introductory Remarks by Sir E. Brydges.
14. Ludus Scacchiae, or Chesse Play. Written by G. B. 1597. Seria Mixta Jocis : Answer for Margaret Yates and the Procurator Fiscal, to the Defences of
Robert Cleland, present Kirk-Treasurer of Edinburgh. 4to. . . Edin. 1737 Gilbert, a Poem. Book I. Cantos 1 and 2. Book II. Canto 3. (Unpublished?) 4to. wants title. Hammond's (William) Occasional Poems, first printed in 1655. With Preface by Sir E.
Brydges. sm. 4to. . . . . . . . . Lond. 1816 The British Bibliographer. Edited by Sir Egerton Brydges and Joseph Haslewood. 4 vols. 800. ib. 1810-12. Vols. III. and IV. of this publication include reprints of,
1. Tusser's (Thomas) Hundreth Good Pointes of Husbandry, from the first edition of 1557. 2. Paradyse of Dayntie Devises, &c.
Same as in the Misc. Poet. Ant. Anglic. only in 8vo. instead of 4to. 3. England's Helicon, &c. 4. Higgins's (John) Mirror for Magistrates, part 1. From the edition of 1587, collated with those of
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MISCELLANIES; THEOLOGICAL, HISTORICAL, POETICAL, AND FICTITIOUS.
marquans de la Revolution, &c. 3 tom. fol. grand papier. , Paris, Auber, 1802 The Holy Bible, &c. 2 vols. fol. The gift of his mother to Sir Walter Scott, 1819. With MS. note by him relative to his family, baronetage, &c. Cambridge, Baskerville, 1763
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. ib. 1795
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See LIFE, vol. č. p. 307.
ib. 1733 ib. 1732 ib. 1733 ib. 1733 ib. 1733 ib. 1733 ib. 1733 ib. 1734 ib. 1735 ib. 1735 ib. 1734 ib. 1738 ib. 1738 ib. 1742 ib. 1739 ib. 1735
ib. 1729 • wants title.