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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: Vol. I. 1. George Puttenham's Art of English Poesie.

II. 2-11. Ten Tracts on the Arte of English Poesie, by Gascoigne, Harvey, Spenser, King James, Webb,

Harrington, Meres, Campion, Daniel, and Bolton.

III. 12. England's Helicon, a Collection of Pastoral and Lyric Poems, &c. 3d edit. With Biogra

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. U. Lndtu 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 CI eland, 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 (Unpublished?) 4to.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. 8vo. 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. i

_ _ , „ ,. „ i Same as in the Misc. Poet. Ant. Anglic only in 8ro. instead of 4to.

3. England's Helicon, &c. J'

i: Higgins's (John) Mirror for Magistrates, part 1. From the edition of 1587, collated with those of 1575 and 1610.

See Introduction to Irankoe; Prosk Works, vol. vi. pp. 21o-12.


Grose's (Francis) Antiquities of England and Wales; being Views of the most remarkable Ruins and Ancient Buildings, drawn on the Spot, with Historical Accounts. With Supplement 6 vols. 4to. . . . . . . Lond. 1783-7

Antiquities of Scotland. 2 vols 4to. .... ib. 1789-91

Antiquities of Ireland. 2 vols. 4to. . . . . ib. 1791-5

Military Antiquities, &c. and Treatise on Ancient Armour, new edit. 2 vols. Mo.

See Poetical Works, vol. ix. p. 311. fj, 1801



Tableaux Historiques de la Revolution Francaise, avec Soixante Portraits des Hommesles plus

marquans de la Revolution, &c. 3 tom./b/. grand papier. . Paris, Auber, 1802

The Holy Bible, &c. 2 vols./o/. The gift of his mother to Sir Walter Scott, 1819. With

MS. note by him relative to his family, baronetage, &c. Cambridge, Baskervillt, 1763

See Lira, vol. iv. pp. 339, 340.


The Holy Bible, &c. Translated out of Greeke by Theodore Beza. With brief Summaries and Expositions, &c. Englished by L. Tomson, &c. 4to. (wants title and preliminaries to Old Testament.) . . . Lond. Dep. of C. Barker, 1599

The Holy Bible, &c. With the Apocrypha. Newly translated, &c. B. L. 4/o. With

MS. Latin notes by Sir W. S. . . . ib. Barker and Bid, 1630

See Life, vol. i. pp. 284, 289; vol. ii. p. 188.

The same. Without the Apocrypha. Camb. Roger Daniel. 1645.—The CL. Psalmes of David in Meeter, according as they are sung in the Church of Scotland. Edin. James Bryson, 1640. 4to. Bound in crimson velvet, with silver embroidered ornaments and silver clasps.This Bible had belonged to Mrs. Haliburton of Newmains, Sir Walter Scott's great-great-grand-mother, who died in 1747, aged 97.

The New Testament of Jesus Christ Translated faithfully into English out of the Authentical Latin, &c. in the English College of Rhemes. Mo. . . Rhemes, 1582

Herrey's (Robert F.) Two Right Profitable and Fruitfull Concordances, or Large and Ample Tables, Alphabeticall, &c. to the whole Bible. Mo. Lond. Deputies of C. Barker, (1578)

Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, &c. together with the Psalter, &c. (The Apocrypha bound at the end.) Mo. . Oxford University Press, 1712

The Moors Baffled; being a Discourse concerning Tangier, especially while under the government of that renowned General, Andrew, Earl of Teviot, Lord Rutherford, &c. With an Abbreviate of the Genealogy of the family of Rutherfurd thereto annexed. With some MS. Additions. ito. ...... Edin. 1738

Van Mildert's (William, D.D. Bishop of Durham,) Sermons preached before the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, from 1812 to 1819. 2 vols. 8vo. . . Oxford, 1831


Familiar and C°urtly Letters, written by Mons. Voiture, to persons of the greatest honour, &c. With Epistles of Aristaenetus, Pliny jun. and Fontenelle, &c. To which is added a Collection of Letters by Dryden, Wycherly, Congreve, &c. 8vo. . Lond. 1700 Thompson's (H. F.) Intrigues of a Nabob, (R. Barwell, Esq.) &c. cr. 8vo. . ib. 1780 Adventures of a Black Coat, &c. related by itself. \2mo. . . . ib. 1760 Polite Amusements; containing Select Histories, &c. viz. the Platonic Lovers, the Fair Pilgrim, the Generous Lovers. From the French. l2mo. . . ib. 1745 Life and Adventures of James Wyatt. Written by himself. 6th edit. \2mo. . ib. 1755 Croft's (Rev. Sir Herbert) Love and Madness, a Story too true; in a Series of Letters, &c. (supposed to have passed between the Rev. Mr. Hackman and Miss Ray.) 4/A edit. srrt. 8co.

ib. 1780

See Poetical Works, vol. iv. pp. 13, 14.

History of Mademoiselle de St Phale, &c. Conversion of a noble French Lady and her Daughter to the Reformed Religion, &c. 8th edit. \2mo. . . . ib. 1761 Fortune's Favourite; containing Memoirs, &c. of Jacobo Anglicano, a young nobleman, &c.

(The Annesley Case, introduced into Peregrine Pickle.) cr. 8vo. . Lond. 1744

The Nun of Arouca, a Tale. 12mo. ...... ib. 1822

Strutt's (Joseph) Literary Reliques; being Queen-hoo Hall, a Romance; and Ancient Times,

a Drama. (Edited by Sir Walter Scott) 4 vols. 12»w. . . . ib. 1808

See Life, vol, ii. p. 171; and Preface to Wacerley Novels.

Biographical Memoirs of Extraordinary Painters, (a Satire.) With MS. note by Sir W. S. cr. 8vo. . . ... . . . . . ib. 1780

Dudley's (Rev. Sir H. Bate) Passages selected by distinguished personages, on the great literary Trial of Vortigern and Rowena, &c. 3 vols. in 1. 12mo. . . ib. 1795


Bunyan's (John) Pilgrim's Progress, &c. 23rf edit. plates by Sturt. 8vo. . ib. 1741 Holy War, made by King Shaddai upon Diabolus, &c. new edit. With notes by Rev.

George Burder. 12wo. . . . . . . ib. 1824

Lockhart's (J. G.) Valerius, a Roman Story. 3 vols. post 8vo. . . Edin. 1821

Wilson's (Professor John) Lights and Shadows of Scottish Life, &c. post 8vo. ib. 1822

Trials of Margaret Lyndsay. post 8vo. ..... ib. 1823

Howison's (William) Fragments and Fictions. Translated from the French of Jean Pococurante

de Peudemots, &c. 12mo. . . . . . . ib. 1817

Essay on the Sentiments of Adaptation, Attraction, and Vanity, &c. 12mo. ib. 1821

See Life, vol. iii. pp. 29, 30; vol. v. pp. 288-90.

Grammar of Infinite Forms, &c. 12mo. ..... ib. 1823

Dinan, a Romance. \2mo. ...... Lond. 1821

Campbell's, (Lady Charlotte) now Bury, Poems on several occasions. cr. 8vo. Edin. 1797 Taylor, (Misses, of Ongar,) and Conder's (Josiah) Associate Minstrels. (Collection of Poems,

with MS. address to Sir W. S. by Mr. Conder.) 8vo. . . Lond. 1810

Gray's (Lieut Charles) Poems and Songs. 2d edit. cr. 8vo. . . Edin. 1814

Mitford's (Mary Russell) Watlington Hill, a Poem. (With MS. letter from the Authoress.)

cr. 8vo. ........ Lond. 1812

Bell's (Rev. Dr. Andrew) Mutual Tuition, &c. Instructions for conducting Schools through

the agency of the Scholars, &c. 7 th edit. \2mo. .... ib. 1828 Richardson's (D. L.) Sonnets, and other Poems. sm. 8vo. . . . ib. 1825


Bird's (James) Vale of Slaughden, a Poem. 2d edit. Lond. 1819.—Machin, or the Discovery of Madeira, a Poem. ib. 1821. 8vo.

i i Cosmo, Duke of Tuscany, a Tragedy. Lond. 1822.—Poetical Memoirs.—The Exile, a Tale. ib. 1823. 8vo.

Streatfield's (Rev. Thomas) Bridal of Armagnae, a Tragedy. 8vo. . Lond. 1823 Douglas's (David) Fall of Constantinople, a Poem. 1823. (suppressed.)—Visions of Taste,

a Satire. 8vo. ....... Lond. 1823

Hillhouse's (James M.) Judgment, a Vision. Svo. . . . New York, 1821

Read's (William) Hill of Caves, and other Poems. 8vo. . . Lond. 1818

Huddesford's (Rev. George) Salmagundi; a Miscellaneous Collection of original Poetry, &c.

8vo. ......... ■b. 1793

Coleridge's (Samuel Taylor) Poetical Works, including the Dramas of Wallenstein, Remorse,

and Zapolya. 3 vols. post 8vo. ...... ib. 1828

Carey's (William) Critical Description, &c. of Benjamin West's Picture of " Death on the Pale

Horse." 8vo. ........ ib. 1817

Walker's (Geo.) Descriptive Catalogue of a choice Assemblage of original Pictures, &c.

selected during a period of 30 years. Svo. .... Edin. 1807

See Life, vol. i. pp. 126-7.

Brockett's (J. T.) Catalogue of Books and Tracts printed at the private Press of Geo. Allan, Esq. of Darlington. 8vo. ...... Newcastle, 1818

Catalogue of Ancient Arms and Armour, exhibited at the Gothic Hall, Pall Mall. sm. 8vo.

Lond. 1819

Johnstone's (J. & J.) Deseription of Rosslyn Chapel and Castle. 8vo. . Edin. 1825

Leslie's (Sir John) Short Account of Experiments and Instruments, depending on the Relations of Air to Heat and Moisture. 8vo. . . . . . ib. 1813

The Gold-headed Cane. 2d edit. 8vo. .... Lond. 1828


Williams's (Sir Charles Hanbury) Works, (in Prose and Verse) from the originals in the possession of his Grandson, the Earl of Essex, &c. (Edited by Edward Jeffery, the Publisher.) 3 vols. er. 8co. ........ ib. 1822

Woodworth's (Samuel) Poems, Odes, Songs, &c. er. 8vo. . . New York, 1818

Eastburn's (Rev J. W. & Jas.) Yamoyden, a Tale of the Wars of K. Philip, cr. 8vo. ib. 1820 Sigourney's (Lydia Huntley) Traits of the Aborigines of America, a Poem. er. 8vo.

Cambridge University Press, (U. S.) 1822 Maleolm's (Lieut. John) Buccaneer, and other Poems. \2mo. . . Edin. 1824

Smith's (T. C.) Bay Leaves. 12wo. . . . . . . ib. 1824

Pringle's (Thomas) Ephemerides, or Occasional Poems written in Scotland and South Africa. 12too. ........ Lond. 1828

Hemans's (Mrs.) Records of Woman, with other Poems. \2tno. . Edin. 1828

Sharpe's (Richard) Epistles in Verse. \2mo. .... Lond. 1828

See Life, vol. vi. p. 341.

Keightley's (Thomas) Fairy Mythology. 2 vols. 12mo. . . . ib. 1828

See Note to Peveril of the Peak.

Wilbraham's (R.) Attempt at a Gloss. of some words used in Cheshire. 2d edit. sm.Svo. ib. 1826

Lawrence, (Sir James) On the Nobility of the British Gentry.—Of the political Ranks and Dignities of the British Empire, compared with those of the Continent 3d edit. \2mo.

Paris, 1828

Kirkwood's ( ) History of the Twenty-seven Gods of Linlithgow; and Account of a

famous Plea betwixt the Town Council of the said Burgh, and Mr. Kirkwood, Schoolmaster there. 4to. ........ Edin. 1711


Amory's (Thomas) Life of John Bnncle, Esq. containing various Observations and Reflections

made in several parts of the World, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. . . Lond. 1756-66

Laurence's (Dr. French) Probationary Odes for the Laureatship. With a Preliminary Discourse

by Sir John Hawkins. 8vo. ...... ib. 1785

Howell's (James) Epistolae Ho-Elianae. Familiar Letters, Domestick and Foreign, divided

into four books, &c. 9th edit. 8vo. ..... ib. 1726

Oldys's (Thomas) British Librarian: exhibiting a Compendious Review or Abstract of our most

scarce, useful and valuable Books, &c. with Index. 8vo. . . . ib. 1748

'Poland's (John) Collection of several Pieces, now first published from his MSS., &c. With an

Account of his Life and Writings. 2 vols. 8vo. .... ib. 1726 Miscellany Poems, chiefly Satirical. 1 vol. 8vo. containing the following,

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