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Waldemar and Nordmorvin, a Swedish Tale of Ancient Times. MS. fol.
to Sir Walter Scott, as President of the Royal Society. MS. fol. . Brunswick, 1826 Cary's (John) New and Correct English Atlas. imp. 4to. . . Lond. 1818 Shaw's (Rev. Dr. Thomas) Travels; or Observations relating to several parts of Barbary and
the Levant. fol. . . . . . . . Oxford, 1738 Schilteri (Joannis) Thesaurus Antiquitatum Teutonicarum, Ecclesiasticarum, Civilium, Litterariarum. 3 tom. fol.
. Ulmae, 1728 Keating's (Rev. Dr. Jeoffry) General History of Ireland. Translated from the Irish by Dermod O'Connor. fol. L. P.
. . . . . Lond. 1723-6 Knolls's (Richard) Turkish History, &c. With Continuation by Sir Paul Rycaut, to the Peace of Carlowitz, 1699. 6th edit. 3 vols. fol.
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des Notes et Observations, et un Glossaire, &c. par Gaspard Thaumas de la Thaumassière. fol. . .
· Bourges, 1690 See Note to The Talisman. (Tales of the Crusaders.) D'Aubigné (Sieur) Histoire Universelle. Dediée à la Posterité. 2 parties en un volume. fol.
A Maillé, par Jean Moussat, 1816-18 Davila's (E. C.) Historie of the Civill Warres of France. Translated from the Italian by Sir
Charles Cotterell, and William Aylesbury, Esq. With curious MS. note. fol. Lond. 1647 Æmylii (Pauli, Veronensis) Historiae jam denuo emendatae de Rebus Gestis Francorum, &c.
usque ad Carolum VIII. Libri x.-Arn. Ferroni Burdigalensis de Rebus Gestis Gallorum, a Carolo VIII, usque ad Henricum II. Libri IX.-J. T. Freigii Paralipomena, &c. usque ad A.C. 1569.-Jo. Tilii Chronicon de Regibus Francorum, &c. usque ad Henricum II. Cum imaginibus. fol. .
. Basil. 1569 Appian of Alexandria, the History of, in 2 parts, &c. Made English by J. Dryden. fol.
Lond. 1679 See Prose WORKs, vol. i. p. 203, note. Fuller's (Thomas) Church History of Britain, &c. to 1648.—History of the University of Cambridge.--History of Waltham Abbey. fol. ..
. . ib. 1656 Mariana's (Father John de) General History of Spain, &c. With Continuation and 2 Supplements. Translated by Captain John Stevens. fol. .
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. ib. 1706 Owen's (Rev. Dr. John) Works. fol. .
. ib. 1721 Russell (P.) and Price's (Owen) England Displayed ; being a New, &c. Description of England and Wales. 2 vols. fol. .
. ib. 1769
Fiddes's (Rev. Dr. Edw.) Life of Cardinal Wolsey. 2d edit. fol.
Lond. 1726 Capriata's (Dr. P. G.) History of the Wars of Italy, from 1613 to 1644. Translated from the Italian by Henry, Earl of Monmouth. 8m. fol. ..
. ib. 1663 Collection of Poetical Pieces. 1 vol. fol. containing, 1. Ode to Mira. Single leaf.
1730 2. Perkins's (H.) Blind Man's Complaint. 3. Orrery's (John, Earl of) Poem to the Memory of E. Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham.
1736 4. Horace's Ode to Venus. Imitated by Mr. Pope.
1737 5. — First Epistle of Second Book. Imitated.
1737 6. — Second Epistle of Second Book. Imitated by Mr. Pope.
1737 7. Epistle to Alexander Pope, Esq. from South Carolina..
1737 8. The Cur and the Lap-dog, a Poem.
1737 9. Jacob's (Hildebrand) Progress of Religion, a Poem. .
1737 10. The Year of Wonders. Poetical translation of an old Prophecy, by S. D.
1737 11. Session of the Critics, or Contention of the Nettle, a Poem.
1737 12. The Unequal Match, a Tale. . . . 13. The True Great Man. Poem to the memory of Lord Chancellor Talbot.
1737 14. Essay on Conversation. . . . .
173 15. Folly, a Poem. By the author of the Female Rake. .
1737 16. Jacob's (Hild.) Epistle from Donna Clara to her daughter Teresa.
1737 17. Riddle. Parad. Char. of a Hairy Monster often found under Holland, &c. 3d edit. 18. The Diseases of Bath, a Satire. .
1737 19. Boccace's Fra Cipolla, a Tale. Translated from the original MS.
1737 20. Ode to the Earl of Chesterfield, imploring his Majesty's Return.
1737 21. Modern Matrimony, a Satire. .
1737 22. Essay on the vicious bent and taste of the Times.
1737 23. Mother Gin, a Tragi-Comical Eclogue.
1737 24. Order, a Poem. . .
1737 25. False Patriot's Confession, or Bolingbroke's Address to Ambition.
1737 26. Eugenio : or Virtuous and Happy Life, a Poem.
1737 27. Essays,–1. On Nobility ; 2. Ancient and Modern State of Britain.
1737 28. Epistle on the Use and Improvement of the Stage.
1737 29. Savage's (Richard) Epistle to Frederic Prince of Wales.
1737 30. Of Legacy-Hunting, Imitation of Horace's 5th Satire, &c. British Theatrical Gallery Portraits of celebrated Actors and Actresses, with Biographical
Sketches, by Daniel Terry. 3 Nos. in 1 vol. with duplicate impressions, plain and coloured,
and 6 additional portraits. fol. . . . · . Lond. 1822, &c. SHELF IV. Acts of Sederunt of the Lords of Council and Session, &c. from May 1532 to January 1553. Published by the authority of the Court, under the direction of Sir Ilay Campbell. fol.
Edin. 1811 The same, from January 1553 to July 1790, &c. fol. .
. ib. 1790 Stair's (James, Viscount of,) Institutions of the Law of Scotland, deduced from its originals, &c. 3d edit. with Notes by John Gordon and Wm. Johnstone, Esq. Adv. fol. ib. 1759
More's (John Shank) Notes and Illustrations to Lord Stair’s Institutions of the Law of Scot
land ; with Biog. Preface, Lord Stair's Apologie, &c. 1690. 2 vols. in 1. royal 4to. ib. 1832 Halkerston's (Dr. Peter) Compendium, &c. of the Faculty Collection of Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session, from 1752 to 1817, &c. fol.
. ib. 1819 Erskine's (John, of Carnock,) Institute of the Law of Scotland. 3d edit. cnlarged. fol. ib. 1793 Dictionarium Scoto Celticum : Dictionary of the Gaelic Language, &c. Compiled and
published under the Direction of the Highland Society of Scotland, (by the Rev. Dr. John Macleod, E. Maclachlan, Dr. Alexander Irvine, Alexander Macdonald, and Dr. Macintosh Mackay.) 2 vols. royal 4to.
. . . ib. 1828
See Life, vol. vii. p. 283. Livingston's (Dr. Edward) System of Penal Law, proposed for the State of Louisiana ; com
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- New Orleans, 1824-27 Ancient Laws of the Isle of Man. Extracted from the MS. Statute Book of the Island, fc. by Joseph Train. MS. fol. .
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Auss dem Lateinischen, &c. und mit schönen Figuren. Franckf. 1584.–Officia Ciceronis,
Teutsch. Auss den Latein. &c. mit schön. Fig. fol. .. . ib. 1565 Case of John Lindsay Crawfurd, Claimant of the Titles, Honours, and Dignities of Earl of Crawfurd and Lindsay, &c. fol. .
. Lond. 1824 Dobie's (James) Examination of the Claim of John Lindsay Crawfurd, &c.; containing an
Exposure of the Forgeries on which that Claim is founded, &c. imp. 4to. Edin. 1831 Lothian's (John) County Atlas of Scotland, with 33 Maps and Frontispiece ; Historical Atlas of Scotland, 6 Maps, &c. royal 4to.
. . ib. 1826-29 Abela, (Fra G. F.) Malta Illustrata. Descrittione di Malta, Isola nel Mare Siciliano, Con le
sue Antichità, &c. fol. . . . . . . Malta, 1647 Sallust, The Works of. To which are prefixed two Essays on the Life, &c. of the Historian.
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. . Dunelm. 1825 Manuscript Scots Legal Tracts. Containing 19 Treatises, separately paged. fol. Notes of Lectures on Scots Law. Actions, Lect. 96-106. fol.
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See POETICAL WORKs, vol. i. p. 202; vol. ii. pp. 265, 270, 273 ; vol. iii. p. 245. Catalogue of the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, (by T. Ruddiman, Walter
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. ib. 1755 See POETICAL WORK8, vol. iv. p. 290 ; Notes to The Pirate. Cotgrave (Randle) and Sherwood's (Robert) French and English, and English and French
Dictionary ; with Animadversions and Supplements, &c. by James Howell. fol. ib. 1673 Fabri (Basilii) Thesaurus Eruditionis Scholasticae, Latin. et German. per Aug. Buchnerum
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of Scotland,) from 1807 to 1821. 14 parts. fol. . . Lhuyd's (Edward) Archaeologia ; giving some Account, &c. of the Languages, Histories, and
Customs of the original Inhabitants of Great Britain, &c. fol. . Oxford, 1707 Sydney Gazette, and New South Wales Advertiser, Nov. 1821 to Feb. 1822. fol. Sydney.
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. . . ib. 1806 Ames (Joseph) and Herbert's (William) Typographical Antiquities: or the History of Print
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. Lond. 1810-16 Robson's (Thomas) British Herald ; or Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, &c. 3 vols. 4to.
Sunderland, 1830 See LIFE, vol. vii. p. 260. Nichols's (John) Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth, &c. printed from original MSS. or scarce Pamphlets, &c. 2 vols. 4to...
. Lond. 1788 1. Passage of our most drad Sov. Lady, Queen Elizabeth, through the citie of London to Westminster, the day before her Coronation, June 1558.
ib, Tottill, 2. Hartuelli, (Abr.) Regina Literata : sive de S. D. Elizabethae, &c. in Acad. Cantabrig. adventu, A. D. 1564.
. ib. Seres, 1565 3. Churchyard's (Thomas) Chippes: the 12th Labour. Order how our Sov. Ladye Queen Elizabeth was receyved into the citie of Bristowe, 1574.
. . ib. Marshe, 1575
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4. Laneham's (Robert) Letter, &c. Entertainment unto the Queen's Majestie at Killingwoorth Castle, in Warwick Sheer, &c. 1575.
Lond. 5. Gascoigne's (G.) Princely Pleasures of Kenelworth Castle, 1575. (From his Works, 1587.) 6. Humfredi (L.) Oratio ad S. R. Elizabetham, &c. in aula Woodstochiensi, 1575. Lond. Binneman, 1575 7. Harveii (Gab.) Gratulationum Valdinensium Libri iv., ad A. P. R. Eliz. ib. ap. eundem, 1578 8. Gar. (Ber. cit. of London,) Joyfull Receyving of the Q. m. e. M. into her Highnesse citie of Norwich,
&c. 1578. . . . . . . . ib. same. 9. Churchyard's (Thos.) Discourse of the Q. M. Entertainment in Suffolk and Norfolk, &c. ib. same. 10. Goldwel's (Henry) B. Declaration of the Shews, Devices, &c. done and performed before the Q. M.
and the French Ambassadours, &c. 1581. . . . ib. Waledgrave. 11. Device of Pageant borne before Woolstane Dixi, Lord Mayor of London, &c. 1585. ib. Allde, 1585 12. Hake's (Ed.) Oration conteyning an Expostulation, &c. . . . ib. Aggas, 1587 13. Aske's (J.) Elizabetha Triumphans ; conteyning the damned Practizes of the divelish Popes of Rome,
&c. . . . . . . . . ib. Orwin, 1588 14. Churchyard's (Thomas) Sparke of Friendship and Warme Good Will, &c. . ib. 1588 15. Entertainment given to the Q. M. in Progresse, at Cowdrey in Sussex, &c. 1591. ib. Scarlet, 1591 16. Entertainment at Elvetham in Hampshire, &c. 1591.
. ib. Wolfe, 1591 17. Speeches delivered to H. M. this last Progresse at Bissam, at Sudley, and at Ricorte, &c.
Oxford, J. Barnes, 1592 18. Churchyard's (Thomas) Pleasant Conceite, penned in verse, presented on New Yeere's Day last to the Q. M. at Hampton Court, 1593. .
Lond. Warde, 19. Gesta Grayorum ; History of Henry, Prince of Purpoole, 1594.
ib. Canning, 1688 20. Churchyard's (Thomas) Fortunate Farewell to the Earl of Essex.
ib. Bollifant, 1559 21. True Discourse, &c. of Q. Mary de Medicis's Voyage, from Florence to Marseilles. Translated from
ib. Stafford, 1601 22. Petowe's (H.) Eliza's Funerall. Aprill Drops showered on the Hearse of Dead Eliza. ib. Alde. 1603
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Names, &c. requiring illustration, in the Works of English Authors, particularly Shakspeare, &c. 4to. . .
. . . ib. 1822 Thomson's (John, Secretary to Lord Hastings,) Observations introductory to a Work on English Etymology. 4to. .
. . . . ib. 1819 Cruden's (Alexander) Complete Concordance of the Holy Scriptures, &c. 8th edition, with Author's Life. 4to..
· Berwick, 1817 Falconer's (William) New Universal Dictionary of the Marine, &c. modernized and enlarged by Dr. William Burney. 4to.