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Price's (Sir Uvedale) Essays on the Picturesque, as compared with the Sublime and Beautiful, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. .
. Edin. 1810 Seward's (Anna) Memoirs of the Life of Dr. Darwin. 8vo.
. ib. 1804 Edgeworth’s (Richard Lovell) Memoirs ; begun by himself, and concluded by his daughter, Maria Edgeworth. 3 vols. 8vo. •
. ib. 1820 Stothard's (Mrs.) Memoirs of Charles Alfred Stothard ; including Original Journals, &c. With
corrected Notices of his Life, &c. 8vo. . . . . . ib. 1823 M‘Donald's (Rev. And.) Miscellaneous Works ; including the Tragedy of Vimonda, and his productions signed Matthew Bramble. 8vo. . .
. . ib. 1820 See LIFE, vol. i. pp. 46, 205. Hoyland's (John) Historical Survey of the Customs, Habits, and present State of the Gypsies, designed to trace their origin, and improve their condition. 800. . York, 1816
See Notes to Guy Mannering. Sayers's (Dr. Frank) Poems ; containing Dramatic Sketches of Northern Mythology, &c. 8vo.
Norfolk Press, 1792 - The same, fourth edition. With MS. Letter from the Author. 8vo. Norwich, 1807
Disquisitions, Metaphysical, Literary, Antiquarian, and Historical. 2d edit. 8vo. ib. 1807 Colton's (Rev. C. C.) Lacon, or, Many Things in Few Words. 4th edit. 800. Lond. 1810 Fovargue's (Stephen) New Catalogue of Vulgar Errors. 800. . . Camb. 1767 Moore's (Thomas) Memoirs of the Life of the Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan. 2d edit. 2 vols. 8vo.
. . See Liri, vol. vi. pp. 189-90.
Lond. 1825 Porchester's (Lord, now Earl of Carnarvon,) The Moor, a Poem. 8vo. . . ib. 1825 Plans for the Government and liberal Instruction of Boys in large numbers, drawn from ex
perience. 8vo. . . . . . . . . ib. 1822 Dunlap's (William) Memoirs of the Life of George Frederick Cooke. 2 vols. 8vo. ib. 1813 Boaden's (Jas.) Memoirs of the Life of John Philip Kemble, Esq. &c. 2 vols. 800. ib. 1825 Reynolds's (Frederick) Life and Times; written by himself. 2 vols. 8vo. . ib. 1826
SHELF VIII. Seward's (Anna) Poetical Works; with Extracts from her literary Correspondence. With a biographical Preface by Sir Walter Scott. 3 vols. post 8vo.
Edin. 1810 - Letters, written between the years 1781 and 1807, bequeathed to, and published by Mr. A. Constable. 6 vols. post 8vo. . .
. ib. 1811 See Life, vol. ii. pp. 328-9. Wortley Montagu's (Lady Mary) Works, &c. Published from her genuine papers, by the Rev. James Dallaway. 6th edit. 5 vols. cr. 8vo.
. . . ib. 1817 - Original Letters to Sir James and Lady Frances Stewart, &c. 800. Greenock, 1818 Mackenzie's (Henry) Works. 8 vols. post 8vo. .
Edin. 1808 See PROSE WORKS, vol. iv. pp. 1-19; LIFE, vol. vi. pp. 147-8 ; vol. vii. p. 257.
Montagu's (Mrs. Elizabeth) Letters ; with some of the Letters of her Correspondents. Pub
lished by her nephew, Matthew Montagu. Part I. 2 vols. cr. 800.. Lond. 1809 Montgomery's (James) Prison Amusements, and other Trifles, &c. by Paul Positive. sm. 8vo.
Lond. and Sheffield, 1797 Richardson's (Sam.) Correspondence ; selected from the original MSS. &c. With a Biographical Memoir, and Obs. on his Writings, by Mrs. Barbauld. 6 vols. 8m. 8vo. Lond. 1804
See Prose WORKS, vol. iii. p. 3. Granger's (Rev. James) Correspondence, &c. with the most eminent Literary Men of his time, &c. Edited by J. P. Malcolm. 8vo. . .
. ib. 1805
English Books ; with Original Disquisitions, Articles of Biography, and other Literary Antiquities. 10 vols. 800. . .
. ib. 1805-9 Lyttelton's (Geo. Lord) Works ; formerly printed separately, and now first collected together,
&c. Published by G. E., Ayscough, Esq. 3d edit. 3 vols. 800. . . ib. 1776 Coryat's (Tom) Crudities ; reprinted from the edition of 1611. To which are added, his
Letters from India, &c. 3 vols. 800. . . . . . . ib. 1776 Dryden's (John) Miscellany Poems; containing variety of new Translations of the Ancient
Poets. Together with several original Poems, by the most eminent hands. 5 parts, bound in 4 vols. 8vo.
. ib. 1693-1704 Chesterfield's (Philip, Earl of) Letters to his Son, Philip Stanhope, Esq. Published by Mrs.
Eug. Stanhope. 5th edit. 4 vols. 800. . . . . . ib. 1774 Beloe's (Rev. William) Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books. vols. 1-4, 800. ib. 1807-10
See Prose WORKS, vol. i. pp. 337–340.
See PROSE WORKS, vol. i. p. 343. - by Dr. Thomas Francklin, &c. 4 vols. 800. o . . . ib. 1781 Quevedo’s (Don Francisco de) Works. Translated from the Spanish. (With his Life.) 3 vols. 8vo.
. . Edin. 1798 See PROSE WORKS, vol. vii. p. 72. Wharton's (Richard, M.P.) Fables ; consisting of Select Parts of Dante, Berni, Chaucer, and Ariosto. 2 vols. 8vo.
. Lond. 1804 Burke's (Edmund) Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and
Beautiful new edit. 800. . . . . . . . ib. 1787 Asylum for Fugitive Pieces in Prose and Verse, &c. new edit. 4 vols. sm. 800. ib. 1785-1793
Polwhele’s (Rev. Richard) Historical Views of Devonshire. 8m. 4to. . Exeter, 1793 - Idyllia ; Epigrams and Fragments of Theocritus, Bion and Moschus, and Elegies of Tyrtaeus, translated from the Greek, &c. new edit. 2 vols. 8vo. , Bath, 1792
Influence of Local Attachment with respect to Home, a Poem. 3d edit. Truro, 1810.The same. first edit. Lond. 1796.—The Old English Gentleman, a Poem. ib. 1797. Sco.
Grecian Prospects, a Poem. Lond. 1799.-The Unsex'd Females, a Poem. ib. 1798.Sketches in Verse, with Prose Illustrations. ib. 1796. cr. 800. - Essays on Marriage, Adultery, and Divorce, &c. &c. 12mo. i Lond. 1823 Poems. 3 vols. 12mo. . .
. ib. 1806 - Sermons. 2 vols. in 1. 800.
. . ib. 1813 Fugitive Pieces on various Subjects, by several Authors. (Containing 15 pieces.) 3d edit. 2 vols. cr. 800. . .
. . ib. Dodsley, 1771 Davis's (W.) Olio of Bibliographical and Literary Anecdotes, &c. new edit. 12mo. ib. 1817
See Prose WORKs, vol. iii. p. 284, &c. and p. 489. Bibliosophia; or Book Wisdom, &c. by an Aspirant.-The Twelve Labours of an Editor, &c. fc. 8vo.
. ib. 1810 Brydges's (Sir Egerton) Ruminator: a Series of Moral, Critical, and Sentimental Essays. 2 vols. 12mo. . . . . . .
. ib. 1813 - Bertram, a Poetical Tale. 2d edit. 12mo.
. . . . ib. 1816
HISTORICAL WORKS IN ENGLISH.
SHELF I. Gibbon's (Edward) History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. new edit. 12 vols. 8vo. ..
Lond. 1802 Robertson's (Rev. Dr. William) History of the Emperor Charles V. 8th edit. 3 vols. 800.
ib. 1796 - History of America. 3d edit. 3 vols. 800. .
. ib. 1786 Wraxall's (Sir N. W.) History of France under the Kings of the Race of Valois, &c. (1361-1574.) 3d edit. 2 vols. 8vo.
. . ib. 1807 See Notes to Quentin Durward. History of France, from the Accession of Henry III. in 1574, to the Death of Henry IV. in 1610. 2d edit. 6 vols. 800. .
. . . . ib. 1814 Beckmann's (John) History of Inventions and Discoveries. . Translated from the German, by William Johnston. 3 vols. 800. . .
. . . ib. 1797 Jamieson's (Rev. Dr. John) Hermes Scythicus : or the Radical Affinities of the Greek and Latin Languages to the Gothic, &c. 800.
Murray's (Hugh) Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in Africa, &c. Including the
Substance of Dr. Leyden's Work, &c. 2d edit. 2 vols. 8vo. . Edin. 1818 -- Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in Asia, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. . ib. 1820
SHELVES II. 4. 111.
. . ib. 1782 Whiston's (William) Vindication of the Sibylline Oracles. To which are added, the Oracles themselves, Greek and English, with notes. sm. 800.
. Lond. 1715 An Universal History, from the Earliest Accounts to the present time. Compiled from origi
nal Authors. Illustrated with Charts, Maps, Notes, &c. new edit. The Ancient Part in 18 vols, the Modern Part in 42 vols. 60 vols. 800. . . . ib. 1779, et seq. Ancient. (Vol. 1-18.)
Vol. 6. Greece. Argives.
Eleans, and inferior States.
Captain Rhodes, &c.
Egypt, from Ptolemy Soter to Roman
Syrian Seleucidae. 2. Phenicians.
Bithynians. 4. Medes.
Emesa. 5. Greece. Fab. and Heroic Times.
Vol. 9. Persians.
| Vol. 5. Karazm.
6. India, Hither Peninsula.
* Arch. to Byzantium.
India, Farther Peninsula. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14.
7. Eastern Tartars. 14, 15. Eastern and Western Empire, to taking of China. Constantinople. Dr. J. Campbell.
8, 9. European Commerce, and
Settlements in East Indies.
Othman Empire, to the
10. Peace of Carlowitz. 5 Gaetulians.
Zanguebar. 17. Ancient Germany.
13. Western Africa.
Benin. 18. Turks.
Interior of Africa.
Tunis. 2, 3. — što taking of Constantinople.
Knights of Rhodes.
Knights of Malta.
| 20, 21, France, to Louis XIV.