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Bailey (Jacobi) Hieroglyphicorum Origo et Natura : Prolusio in Cur. Cantab. 1816 recitata, &c. 800. · ·
Cant. 1816 · SHELF VI. Ferrario, (Dott. Giulio) Storia ed Analisi degli Antichi Romanzi di Cavalleria e dei Poemi
Romanzeschi d'Italia, &c. 3 tom. 8vo. Carta grandissima, tav. color. Milano, 1828
SHELVES VII. VIII.
Napol. 1788 Signorelli, (Pietro) Storia Critica de' Teatri Antichi e Moderni. 10 tom. in 11, 8vo. ib. 1813 - Vicende della Coltura nelle due Sicilie, dalla venuta delle Colonie Straniere sino a nostri giorni. 2du. ediz. 8 tom. 8vo.
. ib. 1810–11
SHELVES IX. X.
ib. 1783-7 Tom. 1. Sgruttendio.
17, 18. Nunz. Pagano. 2, 3, 4, 5. G. C. Cortese.
19. G. B. Valentino. 6, 7. B. Valentino.
20, 21. G. B. Basile. 8_11. P. N. Stigliola.
22. J. A. Palmieri. 12. Dom. Basile.
23. G. d'Antonio. 13, 14. Gab. Fasano.
24, 25. Opere inedite. 15. Nic. Capasso.
26, 27. Galiani, Vocabolario Napol. 16. Andr. Peruccio.
28. Del Dialetto Napol. Santo Villano. The only English account of these Neapolitan Poets will be found in an early No. of Foreign Quarterly Review.
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH MISCELLANIES; TRACTS RELATIVE TO THE GREAT
CIVIL WAR; BRITISH NOVELISTS, &c. PRESS L, SHELF II. Collection of Scraps from Newspapers, &c., Songs, Ballads, &c., formed by John Bell of New
castle. 8m. fol. Another Collection of similar Scraps, with a few Caricatures. sm. fol. Collection of Ballads, Letters, Copy of Rev. Robert Law's Memorials, Mr. Rox's Pockmanty Sermon, 8c. MS. sm. fol.
1732, at a noted chapel in Westminster, &c. 4to. . . . . Lond. 1733 Satyr against Hypocrites. 8m. 4to. . .
ib. 1674 Wild's (Rev. Dr. Robert) Iter Boreale, &c., on the successful and matchless march of the Lord General Monck, from Scotland to London, &c. 8m. 4to.
ib. 1660 See PROSE WORKS, vol. i. p. 35.
Tracts. sm. 4to. containing, 1. Account of the pretended Prince of Wales, and and full discovery that the Earl of Essex did
other grievances, &c., and a short account of the not murther himself, &c. . ib. 1689 murther of the Earl of Essex, &c. Lond. 1688
See SOMERS TRACT8, vol. 1. 2. Account how the Earl of Essex killed himself in | 4. Elegie on the Earl of Essex, who cut his own
the Tower of London, &c. . ib. 1683 throat, &c. fol. . . . Edin. 1683 3. Danvers's (Colonel) Murther will out; or a clear
Innocency and Truth Vindicated. An account of what hath been and is ready to be deposed
to prove the most treacherous and cruel murder of Arthur late Earl of Essex, &c. With MS. Note. 4to. .
. . . Lond. 1689
See SOMERS Tkacts, vol. x. Ormonde (Duke of) Conduct of, in the Campaign of 1812. 4to.
ib. 1715 Heywood's (Thomas) Reader, here you 'll plainly see, Judgment perverted by these three, A
Priest, a Judge, a Patentee, &c. 1641. 8m. 4to. Reprint. Middleton's (General Sir Thomas) Declaration, &c. setting forth the illegality, &c., of a per- nicious Oath, &c. sm. 4to. . . . . .
ib. 1644 Cruden's (Alexander) Account of the Trial, &c., July 1739, on an action brought by Mr. Cruden against Dr. Monro, &c., for false imprisonment, &c. 8vo.
ib. 1740 Tracts. 8vo. 1. True and Faithful Narrative of Oliver Cromwell's ( 2. Letter from Mr. Maccartney, Dec. 1712, on the
compact with the Devil for seven years, &c. Duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord 2d edit. . . .
Lond. 1720 Mohun. . . . . ib. 1713
See PROSE Works, vol. xxv. p. 209. Prince Eugene not the man you took him for, &c. sm. 8vo. . . ib. 1712 Particular Declaration and Testimony of the undutifull and traitorous affection borne against
her Majestie, by Edmond Campion, Jesuite, and other condemned priests, &c. B. L. 4to. With MS. notes. . . .
. . Lond. C. Barker, 1582 Aminadab, or the Quaker's Vision, (relative to Dr. Sachverel.) 8vo. . ib. 1710 Wagstaff's (Dr. Will.) Letter from the facetious Dr. And. Tripe to the Venerable Nestor Ironside, &c. 8vo. . . . . . . .
ib. 1714 Bibliotheca Parliamenti, Libri Theologici, Politici, Historici, &c., done into English for the Assembly of Divines, &c. With MS. additions. 4to.
ib. 1653 See SOMERS Tracts, vol. vii. Hammilton's (Col. Sir Frederick) Humble Remonstrance to the Committee of both Kingdoros,
&c., and three other Tracts relating to the same. 4to. . . ib. 1644-5 Truth brought to light by Time. The proceedings touching the Divorce between the Lady Fr.
Howard and Robert Earl of Essex, &c. With MS. notes, (imperfect.) 4to. ib. 1651 Chesterfield's, (Philip Earl of) Speech in the House of Lords against the bill for licensing dra
matic performances. 8vo. . . . . . . Dub. 1749 Guard's (Théodore de la) Simple Cobbler of Aggavvam in America, Willing to help mend his native country, &c. 4to. .
Rivers (A.) The Sad Condition of a distracted Kingdome, &c., a Poem. &m. 4to. Lond. 1645 The (Latin) Description of Hogland, with its Dedication translated in English.- Collection of
Hymns and Poems for the use of the October Club, &c. 800. . ib. 1711 Lyttelton (Lord) The Court Secret, a Melancholy Truth, &c., translated from the Arabic by
an adept. (relative to Lord Scarborough and the Duch. of Manchester.) 2d edit. 800. ib. 1743 Gee's (John) The Foot out of the Snare, with a detection of sundry late practices, &c., of the Priests and Jesuits in England, &c. 2d edit. sm. 4to. . .
ib. 1624 See SOMERS Tracts, vol. ii. Vicars's (John) God in the Mount, or England’s Remembrancer, &c. 4to.
ib. 1641 Relation of the Engagements and Actions of H. M. fleet under the command of his Highnesse Prince Rupert, &c. 4to. . . .
ib. 1673 Dangerfield's (Capt.) Memoires, digested into Adventures, &c. By his own hand. 4to. ib. 1685 London's Great Jubilee, restor’d and perform'd on Tuesday, October 29, 1689, for the enter
tainment of Sir Thomas Pilkington, Lord Mayor, &c. containing a Description of the several Pageants and Speeches, &c. for the entertainment of their Majesties, &c. who honoured his
Lordship this year with their presence. By Matthew Taubman. 4to. ib. 1689 Ware's (Robert) Foxes and Firebrands, or a Specimen of the Danger and Harmony of Popery and Separation, &c. 2d edit. 4to. . . . .
ib. 1681 The Fatal Vesper, or a True and Punctuall Relation of that lamentable accident on Sunday the 26th of October last, &c. 4to. . . . .
ib. 1623 The Reformado, precisely charactered by a Transformed Church-Warden, &c. sm. 4to. ib. 1642 Tracts relative to Prince Rupert. 1 vol. sm. 4to. containing, 1. The Bloody Prince; or Declaration of the cruel at Lichfield against Prince Rupert, &c. 1643
practices of Pr. Rupert,&c. By J.W. Lond. 1643 3. An Apology vindicating the Cavaliers from a par2. Russell's (Colonel) Relation of the valiant pro- tiall aspersion, &c. . . 1643
ceedings of the Parliament forces in the closse 4. The Cavaliers Catechisme, &c. . 1643 Manifest Truths, or an Inversion of Truths Manifest, containing a narration, &c., and vindica
tion of the Parliament and Kingdome of England from the false and injurious aspersions
cast on them by the author of the said Manifest (David Buchanan.) 4to. Lond. 1646 The False Brother, or a New Map of Scotland, drawn by an English pencil, &c. sm. 4to. ib. 1657 Parker's (Henry) Scotland's Holy War; a Discourse, &c., how the Scots, out of a corrupt pre
tended zeal to the Covenant, have made the same scandalous and odious to all good men, &c. 8m. 4to.
ib. 1651 Scarce Tracts, Reprints of seven-in one vol. 8m. 4to. containing, 1. The Dounefal of Temporising Poets,&c. Lond. 1641 | 5. Sir Thomas Middleton's Declaration &c. ib. 1644 2. The High-way Woman, &c. Marcy Clay, other. 6. The Generous Usurer, Mr. Nevell in Thames St. wise called Jenny Fox. . . ib. 1665
ib. 1641 3. Declaration of Captain James Hind. ib. 1651 7. Danvers, (John) The Royal Oake; or an Histori4. The Mowing Devil ; or Strange News out of Hart
cal Description of the Royal Progress, &c., of fordshire, &c. . . . ib. 1678 Charles II. . .
See SOMERS TRACTS, vol. vii.
Tracts relative to the Civil War, 1643-4.
in 1 vol. 8m. 4to. Containing,
1. Worthy Speech made by Lord Brooke, &c.
. . . . Lond. 1643 2. Message, with a Letter sent by H. M. to Prince Rupert, &c.
ib. 1643 3. Wonderful preservation and deliverance of John Harrington, Esq. from the hands of the Cavaliers, &c.
ib. 1643 4. Third Intelligence from Reading, &c. ' . . . . . . April 26, 1643 5. Mercurius Bellicus. Fourth Intelligence from Reading, &c.
1643 6. Letter from His Excellency the Earl of Essex to the gentlemen, &c. of the county.
1643 7. Letter to His Majesty from a Member of the House of Commons, &c. .
1643 8. The truth of our bad news from Exeter, &c. . . . . . May 20, 1643 9. Articles of agreement, &c. upon delivery of the city of Excester, &c. . .
1643 10. Sir E. Hungerford's Vindication for the Surrendering of Malmsbury, &c. . .
1643 11. Fourteen articles of Treason, &c. against Edward Dobson, the malignant Stationer, &c. Oxford, 1643 12. Briefe Declaration of all the Civill Warres, &c. in England. . . .
1643 13. Fuller Relation of that miraculous Victory, &c. of the Parliament's forces under Lord Fairfax, against the Earl of Newcastle's army at Wakefield, &c. .
1643 14. Letter sent to the Hon. William Lenthall, Speaker, &c. on the Victory obtained over the King's forces near Newbury, &c. . . . .
1644 15. Humble Petition of many thousands of wives and matrons, &c. 16. Exact Relation of the Siege before Yorke, &c. . . .
1644 17. — of the relieving the resolute garrison of Lyme, &c. .
1644 18. Two great Victories, &c. by the Earle of Denbigh and Colonel Mitton, &c. .
1. Vicars's (John) Looking Glass for Malignants.
1645 3. — Lesley's Victory over Montrose. .
1645 4. England's Remembrancer. Catalogue of Victories obtained by the Parliament's forces.
1645 5. Speech of Lord Loudon, Lord Chancellor of Scotland, &c. ..
1645 6. Manifesto of the Scots Commissioners.
. . .
1645 7. Manifestation to Parliament from Lord Inchiquin and others. 8. Lithgow's (William) Relation of the Siege of Newcastle.
Edin. 1645 9. Proceedings of Sir Thomas Fairfax's Army, (No. 5.) . .
1645 10. Examination of Relation of the Siege of Leicester. 11. Fairclough's (Rev. H.) Examination, Confession, and Arraignment of the Essex Witches. 1645
See Letters on Demonology. 12. Brereton's (Sir William) Letter on the Surrender of Chester. . 13. Fairfax’s (Sir Thomas) Letter concerning the King's being brought from Holmby.
1645 14. Advertisements for the election of Burgesses to Parliament. . .
1645 15. Wither's (George) Letters of advice on the choice of Knights and Burgesses.
1645 16. Letters intercepted by Colonel Mitton. . . . ...
1645 17. Relation of the miseries of Province of Munster.
1645 18. Remonstrance of General Assembly of Kirk of Scotland to the King.
1645 19. England's Remembrancer. (Duplicate of No. 4.)
20. Fairfax's (Sir Thomas) Relation of the Storming, &c. of Bristol. .
1645 21. Fairfax's (Sir Thomas) Army, Proceedings of, (No. 7.)
1645 22. - Ditto, (No. 5.) (Duplicate of No. 9.) 23. — Ditto, (No. 2.) . . . .
1645 24. Speeches at a common Hall by Messrs. Lisle, Tate, and Brown, &c. .
1645 25. Cromwell's (O.) Letter to H. of C. on taking of Bristol.
1645 26. — on taking of Basing House. . . .
1645 27. Second Declaration of Parliament of proceedings with the Netherlands' Ambassadors, &c. 1645 28. Gilbert's (E.) The Prelatical Cavalier catechised. ..
1645 29. H. M.'s Additional Propositions to the Irish Rebels, &c. .
1645 30. The Three Treaties between England and Scotland, with the Solemn League and Covenant, &c. 1645 31. Earl of Essex's Paper, on offering up his Commission.
. . : : 1645 32. Earl of Leven's Account of Proceedings of Scottish Army, &c.
1645 33. Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. of London to the H. of C. With the Answer. .
1645 34. Door of Truth opened ; or, Narrative of the occasion how Mr. H. Burton came to shut himself out of Aldermanbury Church doors.
1645 35. Relation of defeat of Lord George Digby, &c. by the Scots. .
1645 36. Cromwell's (O.) Letter on the taking of Winchester Castle.
1645 37. Hammilton's (Sir Frederick) Information, &c. concerning Sir William Cole, &c.
1645 38. Smith's (George) England's Pressures ; or, the People's Complaint. . .
1645 39. Bellamius Enervatus ; a full answer to Mr. Bellamy's Plea, &c. By Irenaeus Lysimachus. 1645 40. Remonstrance and Petition to the H. of C. from the Lord Mayor, &c. of London.
1646 41. New Petition for Subscription of hands to the late City Remonstrance, &c. .
1646 42. Further Answer to City Remonstrance.
1646 43. City Remonstrance remonstrated ; or, Answer to Colonel J. Bellamy's Vindication.
1646 44. Bellamie's (John) Justification of City Remonstrance, in answer to the preceding.
1646 45. Moderate Reply to City Remonstrance.
1646 46. Vindication of London Remonstrance.
1646 47. Cranford's (James) Plain English, &c. Vindication of the London Remonstrance.
1646 48. Last Warning to Inhabitants of London. 49. An Alarme to the Last Warning Piece to London, by way of answer. 50. A Word in Season to all sorts of well-minded people, &c. .
1646 51. Petit. of 12,500, and upwards, of gentlemen of Lancashire ; with defence thereof, by Rev. J. Tilsley. 1646 52. — to House of Peers, from Ministers of Suffolk and Essex, &c. 53. Vox Populi ; or, the People's cry against the Clergy. . .
1646 54. Hue and cry after Vox Populi, &c. .
1646 55. City Alarum; or, the Week of our Miscarriages.
1645 56. Musgrave's (John) Word to the Wise. 57. Interest of England maintained. (Tract on CityRemonstrance.)
1646 58. Letter from Sultan Morat to Uladislaus, King of Poland.
1645 59. Necessity of nearer conjunction, &c. among Evangelical Protestants, &c.
1644 60. The King's Declaration to all Foreign Protestant Churches, &c. 61. Propositions of Irish Rebels to the King, &c.
1644 62. — the Ambassadors from the Netherlands. .
1644 Mercurius Caledonius, fc. Diurnall, &c. of all such Speeches, Disputes, Debates, Occurrents,
and Remarkable Passages, &c. during this present Session at Edinburgh. 8m. 4to. Edin. 1648