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. Lond. 1699 Biggs's (Lieut. William) Military History of Europe, from 1739, &c. to 1748, including His

tory of the Rebellion in Scotland. 2d edit. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1756 Contest of the Twelve Nations ; or View of the Different Bases of Human Character and Talent. 800.

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Glasg. 1830 Struthers's (John) History of Scotland, from the Union to the A bolition of the Heritable Jurisdictions in 1748. 2 vols. royal 8vo.

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. Lond. 1727 See PROSE WORKS, vol. ii. p. 304. Gulliver's Memoirs of the Court of Lilliput, &c. Published by Lucas Bennet, with a Preface. 800. . . . . . . . . . ib. 1727 Smedley's (Dean) Gulliveriana ; or a Fourth Volume of Miscellanies, being a Sequel of the

three Volumes published by Pope and Swift ; to which is added Alexanderiana, &c. 800.

• . Lond. 1828 See PROSE WORKS, vol. ii. pp. 332_3. Tale of a Tub Reversed, &c. With a Character of the Author. 800. . . ib. 1705 Second Tale of a Tub; or History of Robert Powel, the Puppet-Show-Man. Svo ib. 1715 Arbuthnot’s (Dr. John) History of John Bull. 6 Parts. first edition. (Part 1. Law is a

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ib. 1736 3. Letter of Serious Advice to a young Poet. .

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ib. 1738 5. Epithalamium on Marriage of R. Rochfort, Esq. By U. G.

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ib. 1737 7. Devil upon Two Sticks.-Hue and Cry after Drapier's Club.

ib. 1736 8. Wilkes's Pindaric Ode on the Birth of a Princess. .

ib. 1737 9. Libel upon the Dublin Dunces. Epistle to Mr. W. Dunkin.

ib. 1734 10. Case truly stated between Swift and Bettesworth.

ib. 1736 11. The Satirist, in imitation of Horace's 4th Satire, Book 1.

üb. 1733 12. Pope's Epistle on the Characters of Woman. .

ib. 1735 13. Dryden's Absalom and Achitophel, with Explanatory Key.

ib. 1735 14. Proposals for raising a Standing Army of Wax.

no title. 15. Art of Wenching, a Poem. .

ib. 1737 16. Flowers of Parnassus, or Lady's Miscellany.

. ib. 1737 Gordon, (Thomas) and Trenchard's (John) Cato's Political Letters. With Preface. 3d edit. 8vo.

. . . . . . . . Lond. 1722 Collection of Choice, Scarce, and Valuable Tracts, taken from MSS. and Printed Books.

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ib. 1709 5. Mulgrave's (Earl of) Essay on Poetry.

ib. 1709 6. Stote's ( ) (or Shippen’s) Faction Displayed, a Poem.

ib. 1709 7. Moderation Displayed, a Poem.

. . . . ib. 1709 8. Dryden's Eleonora, Panegyric on Countess of Abingdon...

Lond. 1709 9. Waller's Panegyrick on Cromwell, &c.

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. ib. 1709 11. Roscomon's (Earl of) Essay on Translated Verse.

ib. 1709 12. — Horace's Art of Poetry.

ib. 1709 13. Denham's (Sir John) Cooper's Hill.. .

ib. 1709 14. Normanby's (Marquis of) Temple of Death, from the French.

ib. 1709 15. XOIPOXOPOSPAÑIA, sive Hoglandiae Descriptio.

ib. 1709 (See p. 61.) 16. Love given over. Satyr against Woman.—Sylvia's Revenge, Satyr against Man.

ib. 1710 17. Hill, (T.) Nundinae Sturbrigienses. .

ib. 1709 18. Swift's Baucis and Philemon, &c. .

ib. 1709 19. Philips's (Ambrose) Pastorals. ..

ib. 1710 20. Addison's (Joseph) Campaign, a Poem.

ib. 1710 Burnet's (Bishop) Account of the Behaviour of the Bishops, &c. in April 1688. (Extracted from his History.) 800. . .

. . . ib. 1737 Like to Like, &c. in the History of Will Squelsh and Harry Halter. sm. 8vo. . ib. 1728 Miscellanies. 1 vol. sm. 800. containing, 1. Crispin the Cobler's Confutation of Ben Hoadly. 2d edit.

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ib, 1712 6. Oliver's Pocket Looking-Glass, &c. 3d edit.

ib. 1712 7. Parliament of Birds, a Poem. . .

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Edin. 1725 2. Wonderful Prophecy of one call’d Nixon, &c.

ib, 1730 3. Pope's Universal Passion, Satires 1, 2, 3.

1725 4. Rules and Regulations for Merchants' Maiden Hospital, 1695, &c.

ib. 1708 5. Queen's Pious Proclamation, for Encouragement of Piety and Virtue, &c.

ib. 1709 6. Properties of a Good Horse, (by W. G.) . . .

ib. 1729 7. Account of Ginglicutt's Treatise on the Scolding of the Ancients.

ib. 1721 8, Difference between English Liturgy and Scottish Liturgy of 1637.

ib. 1725 9. Belhaven's Vision, &c. .

ib. 1729 10. Pomfret's (Rev. Mr.) Choice, a Poem. .

ib. 1727 11. Monro's (Rev. Dr. Alexander) Short Account of the Reformation.

ib. 1719 12. Jonstoni (Arth.) Cantici Salomonis Paraphrasis Poetica. ed. alt.

ib. 1717 13. Daedalus His Advice to the Lemnian Ministry, a Novel.

ib, 1718 14. Jortini (Joannis) Lusus Poetici. edit. 2da. .

. " Lond. 1724 15. Phæthon : or First Fable of 20 Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses Burlesqued.

. . ib. 1720

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SHELF IV.
State Tracts. 6 vols. 800. containing,
Vol. I. 1. Thoughts of an Honest Tory.

See SOMERS TRACTS, vol. xi. p. 672.

ib, 1710

Lond. 1710

it. 1710 ib. 1710 ib. 1710 ib. 1714 ib. 1714 ib. 1714

ib. 1714 i. 1710 ib. 1710 ib. 1711 ib. 1715 ib. 1717 ib. 1715 ib. 1715 ib. 1722 ib. 1725

ib. 1717

ib. 1718 ib. 1719 ib. 1711

2, 3, 4, 5. Faults on Both Sides, &c. 2 parts, with Supplement and Vindication.

See SOMERS TRACTs, vol. xii. p. 678, 708; and vol. xiii. p. 5.
6. Most Faults on One Side. (answer to the preceding.) . .
7. Faults in the Fault-Finder : or Specimen of Errors, &c.

8. Answer to F. on B. S. relating to the English Army in Spain. .
9, 10. Defoe's (Daniel) Secret History of the White Staff. 2 parts. (Part 1, 4th edit.)

11. Considerations on Secret History of White Staff. 6th edit.
12. History of the Mitre and Purse. 3d edit. . . .

13. Considerations on History of Mitre and Purse.

14; 15. Detection of Sophistries and Falsities of History of White Staff. 2 parts. Vol. II. 16. Impartial Secret History of Arlus, Fortunatus, and Odolphus. .

17. Secret History of Arlus and Odolphus.
18. Defoe's (Dan.) Eleven Opinions about Mr. Harley, &c.
19. Account of Conduct of Robert, Earl of Oxford.
20. Method of Proceedings, &c. in Impeachments.
21. Burnett's (Thomas) Necessity of Impeaching the late Ministry. .
22. Letter to a Merry Young Gentleman, entitled Thomas Burnett, Esq.
23. Dennis's (John) Julius Cæsar acquitted, &c. .
24. Brutus and Cassius ; or Some Observations, &c.
25. Vindication of the Honour, &c. of his Majesty's Government.
26. Letter to a Friend at the Hague on the danger of Europe, &c.

27. King of France's Declaration of War against Spain. 2d edit. .
III. 28. Letters 1 and 2 to a Tory Member, on the Management of the War. 2d edit.

29. — 3 and 4 to a Tory Member on the Negociations for Peace, 1709.
30. Swift's Conduct of the Allies and of the late Ministry, &c. 5th edit.
31. The Allies and the late Ministry Defended. In 4 parts.
32. Full Answer to the Conduct of the Allies. .

See SOMERS TRACTs, vol. xiii. p. 245.
33. Swift's Remarks on the Barrier Treaty.
34. Remarks upon Remarks; or Barrier Treaty Vindicated.
35. Treaty between her Majesty and the States General.
36. The Dutch Barrier ours, or, Interests of England and Holland inseparable.

37. Remarks on the Letters between Lord Townsend and Secretary Boyle. IV. 38. Necessity of Peace and Union among Members of Church of England.

39. Memoirs of her late Majesty and her last Ministry.
40. Natural Reflections on the Debates about Peace or War.
41. Short State of the War and the Peace. .
42. Case of the Catalans Considered. .
43. Observations on the State of the Nation, January, 1712-13.
44. Vindication of the Earl of Nottingham. . ..
45. Remarks upon Observations, &c. (No. 43.).
46. Short History of the Parliament. . .
47. Neck or Nothing ; Supplement to the Short History, &c.
48. Collection of all her Majesty's Speeches, &c. to June 21, 1712. .
49. Swift's (or Dr. Wagstaffe's) Character of Richard Steele, Esq. By Toby.
50. Letter to Richard Steele, Esq. .
51. Case of the Present Convocation. Answer to Examiner.

ib. 1711 ib. 1711 ib. 1712

ib. 1712 ib. 1712 ib. 1712 ib. 1712 ib. 1712 ib. 1715 ib. 1715 ih. 1712 ib. 1715 ib. 1714 ib. 1713 ib. 1714 ib. 1713 ib. 1713 ib. 1713 ib. 1712 ib. 1713 ib. 1715 ib. 171

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