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Brief Narrative of that Stupendous Tragedie, late intended to be acted by the Satanical Saints

of these reforming times. Trials, &c. and Confessions of Thomas Tonge, George Phillips,

&c. &c. 4to. . . . . . . . Lond. 1662 Scott, (Thomas) the Belgick Souldier, or Warre was a Blessing. 4to. . Dort, 1624 Eglisham's (George) Forerunner of Revenge upon the Duke of Buckingham for the poysoning of the most potent King, &c. sm. 4to. .

. Franckf. 1626 See Somers' Tracts, vol. v. The Lady Elinor (Douglas, Second Wife of Sir Archibald Douglas,] her Appeal, &c. sm. 4to.

1646 Burton's (Henry) Grand Impostor Unmasked; or a Detection of the notorious hypocrisie and

desperate impiety of the late Archbishop (so styled) of Canterbury, &c. sm. 4to. Published

according to order. Lilburne's (Col. John) Triall by an Extraordinary or Speciall Commission, &c. Oct. 1649.

2 parts, with Observations upon the Triall, &c. 4to. . . Lond. 1649 The Secretary of the Scots Army, his Relation to the Commissioners respecting the King, &c. 1646.--Letter from Lord General Cromwell from Dunbar, &c. the 3d of Sept. 1650. em. 4to.

ib. 1646-50 Cromwell, (Oliver) A few Anecdotes and Observations relative to, and his family ; rectifying the errors of Nicolaus Commenus, &c. 8m. 4to.

. ib. 1763 Tracts (Twelve) during the Civil War. 8m. 4to. . . Lond. f. Edin. 1644-59

1. Rutherford's (Rev. Sam.) Fast Sermon before the House of Commons, Jan. 31, 1644, Edin. 1644 2. Answer of the Lords and Commons, &c. to several Papers of the Commissioners of Scotland. Lond. 1646 3. of the Commons to the Scots Commissioners' Paper and Letter of October last. ib. 1646 4. of the Scots Commissioners to both Houses of Parliament, upon the new Propositions, &c. ib. 1647 5. D[nmoulin] Pleter]? Another Parcel of Problemes concerning Religion, &c. . . 1648 6. Answer of the Parliament of England to the King's (Charles II.) Declaration, &c. ; printed at Edin

burgh, &c. . . . . . . . . . Lond. 1650 7. Remonstrance, 27th October 1650, to the Committee of Estates, from the gentlemen, officers, ministers, Ge. at

Dumfries. MS. 8. Causes of the Lord's Wrath against Scotland, &c. by Mr. James Guthrie of Stirling. The Authorship of

this was the ground of his trial and execution after the Restoration, imperfect. . . 1653 9. Declaration by his Highness, &c. ; setting forth, &c. the justice of their cause against Spain.

reprinted Edin. 1655 10. Lenthall's (Sir John) Humble Petition, setting forth his case, . . . . 1653 11. Monck's (Lord General) Three Letters, to the Speaker, Lord Fleetwood, and Lord Lambert, Edin. 1659

12. The Grand Concernments of England ensured, &c. . . . reprinted Edin. 1659 Pitman's (Henry, Chyrurgion to the late Duke of Monmouth,) Relation of his Great Sufferings and Strange Adventures. 8m. 4to. .

. . . Lond. 1689 Bacon's (Francis) Twoo Bookes of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, &c. 4to.

ib. 1605 SHELF V. Shakepeare's Plays. 2 vols. imperial 8vo.

. Edin. Ballantyne, 1819 Ayscough's (Rev. Samuel) Index to the remarkable Passages and Words made use of by Shakspeare, &c. imperial 8vo. .

. Lond. 1790 Ballantyne's Novelist's Library; with Lives of the Authors, by Sir Walter Scott. 10 vols.

imperial 8vo. . . . . . . . Edin. 1821-24 Vol. I. Joseph Andrews.

| Vol. 5. Man of the World. I

Tom Jones.

Julia de Roubigné.

Castle of Otranto. Walpole.
Jonathan Wild.

Old English Baron. Clara Reeve.
2. Roderick Random.

6, 7. Pamela.
Peregrine Pickle.

Clarissa Harlowe. Richardson.
Humphrey Clinker.

8. Sir C. Grandison. )
3. Count Fathom.

9. Gulliver's Travels, hy Swift.
Sir L. Greaves.

Mount Henneth.)
Don Quixote.

Barham Downs. by R. Bage.
4. Gil Blas.

James Wallace.

Henry, by Cumberland.
Chrysal. C. Johnstone.

10. Sicilian Romance.
5. Tristram Shandy. I

Romance of the Forest.
Sentimental Journey. | Sterne.

Mysteries of Udolpho.

by Mrs. Vicar of Wakefield. Goldsmith.

The Italian.

Rasselas. Johnson.

Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne.
Man of Feeling. Mackenzie.

See Life, vol, v. pp. 30 and 136.

Devil on Two Sticks

Le Sage.




Grimm, (Brüder) Die beiden ältesten Deutschen Gedichte aus dem gten. Jahrhundert: Das

Lied von Hildebrand und Hadubrand, und das Weissenbrunner Gebet, &c. 4to. Cassel, 1812 Sammlung Deutscher Gedichte aus dem xii. xii. and xiv. Jahrhundert. 3 vols. in 2. 4to. (with MS. Indexes, fc. by Henry Weber.) .

Berlin, 1784 Hagen, (F. H. von der) und Büsching, (Dr. J. G.) Deutsche Gedichte des Mittelalters. vol. 1. 4to. . . . . . . . .

ib. 1808 Stanihursti (Rich.)De Rebus in Hibernia gestis Libri IV. cum Appendice, &c. 4to. Antwerp. 1584 Andersen Feldberg, (A.) Denmark Delineated; or Sketches of the present State of that country. imperial 800. . ...

: . . Edin. 1824 Kong's-Skugg-sio, fc.; Speculum Regale. Danice et Latine, cum var. lect. notis, &c. ab H. Einersen. 4to. . : :

.son .

Soroe, 1768
See POETICAL WORKS, vol. iv. p. 290.

Islands Landnamabok. Liber Originum Islandiae, cum vers. Latina, var. lect. &c. Edente Joan. Finnaeo. 4to. .

. . Haun. 1774 Hielmstiernes Bogsamling, tienende til Oplysning af de under den Danske Regierung liggende Staters Litteratur. Edente P. F. Suhm. 2 vols. 4to.

. Kioben. 1782 Saxonis Grammatici Historia Danica, &c. edidit Chr. Petrus. fol. . Parrhis. 1514

See Poetical WORKS, vol. iii. p. 242;—Letters on Demonology, &c. Viga-Glums Saga. Vita Viga-Glumi, cum vers. Latina, notulis, &c. à G. Petersen. 4to.

Haun. 1786 De Danorum Rebus Gestis Sec. iii. et iv., Poema Danicum dialecto Anglo-Saxonico. Ex Bibl. Cotton. Mus. Brit. edidit &c. G. J. Thorkelin. 4to. .

ib. 1815 Smith's (Rev. Dr. John) Galic Antiquities, consisting of a History of the Druids, Dissertation on Ossian's Poems, &c. &c. 4to. . .

. . Edin. 1780 Vallancey's (Major Charles,) Grammar of the Iberno-Celtic or Irish Language. 4to. Dub. 1773 Halliday's (Sir And.) Annals of the House of Hanover. 2 vols. imperial 8vo. Lond. 1826


Regis Magni, &c. Leges Gula-Thingenses, sive Jus Commune Norvegicum, cum interp. Lat.

et Dan., var. lect. &c. cura G. J. Thorkelin. Fine Paper, 4to. . Haun. 1817 Gunnlaugi Vermilinguis et Rafnis Poetae Vitae. Island. et Lat. cum notis, &c. &c. Fine Paper, 4to. . . .

ib. 1775 Rymbegla, sive Rudimentum Computi Ecclesiast., et Annales Vett. Islandorum, &c. &c. Isl. et

Latin. &c. cura Steph. Biörnonis. 4to. . . . . Haun. 1780 Diplomatarium Arna-Magnaeanum, exhibens Monumenta diplomatica quae collegit et Universitati Havniensi testam. reliquit Arnas Magnaeus, &c. Edidit G. J. Thorkelin. 2 vols. 4to.

ib. 1786 Eyrbiggia Saga, sive Eyranorum Historia, Island. et Lat. cum notis, &c. G. J. Thorkelin.

ib. 1787 Sir W. Scott's Abstract of this curious work will be found in Prose WORKS, vol. v. p. 255 et seq. Hervarar Saga, &c. Historia Hervörae et Regis Heidreki, Isl. et Lat. cura Steph. Biörnonis, cum comment. P. F. Suhm, &c. 4to.

ib. 1785 See POETICAL WORKS, vol ii. p. 257 ; vol. iii. p. 245. Johnstone (Rev. James) Antiquitates Celto-Scandicae, sive Series rer. gest. inter Nationes

Brit. Insul. et Gentes Septentrionales, &c.—Antiquitates Celto-Normanicae, containing the

Chronicle of Man and the Isles, &c. &c. 2 vols. in 1, 4to. . Copenhag. 1786 Magnusen, (Professor Finn) Oplysninger om Kilderne til Hr. Prof. Torkel Badens Sammenligning mellem den Nordiske og den Graefkromerske Mythologie. 4to.

ib. 1821 Magnus, (Olaus) Compendious History of the Goths, Swedes and, Vandals, and other Northern Nations. Translated by J. S. fol. .

. Lond. 1658 · See Notes to the Pirate. POETICAL WORKS, vol. i. pp. 204-5, &c. ; vol. iv. p. 295 ; vol. viii, note F.

vol. ix. p. 91-2.

Phillips, (Geo.) Dissertatio inaug. Historico-Juridica de Anglo-Saxonum Re Judiciaria. 4to.

Götting. 1815 The Spirit of Popery speaking out of the Mouths of phanatical Protestants, or, Last Speeches of

Mr. John Kid and Mr. John King, &c. With the Hist. of the Archbishop of St. Andrews his Murder, &c. fol. . . .

. Lond. 1680 Webster's (Rev. James) Covenants of Redemption and Grace displayed. 4to. Edin. 1707 Impartial Account of the Prophets : in a Letter to a Friend. 4to. ib. no date, but about 1706 The Smoaking Flax unquenchable ; where the Union betwixt the two Kingdoms is dissecated,

&c. (against the Union, and in favour of a Republic.) 4to. . . 1706 The Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence, or, the Foolishness of their teaching discovered from their

Books, Sermons, and Prayers, &c. Second Edition with additions. 4to. Lond. 1693 Newcastle General Magazine for the year 1747. 4to. .. . . Newc. 1747 Forms of Prayer composed on occasion of the present horrid and unnatural Rebellion. 4to.

Lond. 1745 Report of the Proceedings and Opinion of the Board of General Officers on the Conduct, &c.

of Lieut.-General Sir John Cope, &c. from the breaking out of the Rebellion in North Britain,

in the year 1745, till the Action at Prestonpans inclusive. 4to. . Lond. 1749 Walker (Pat.) Biographia Presbyteriana. (Containing the Lives of the Rev. Alex. Peden,

John Semple, John Welwood, Donald Cargill, and Walter Smith ; and the Life of the Rev. James Renwick, by Alex. Shields.) 2 vols. 8vo. Fine Paper. . Edin. 1827

See PROSE WORKS, vol. xix. p. 70; Letters on Demonology, p. 130; LIFE, vol. iv. p. 136, note. Reflexions Libres et désintéressées d'un deputé à la Chambre Basse du Parlement d’Angleterre, &c. contenant la Justification des Droits de la Maison Royale des Stuards. Trad. de

Anglois. Avec quatre Suites. 4to. . . . Edim. et Darby, 1745-6 Genuine Account of the Lives, Behaviour, Confession, and dying words of the Three Scots

Rebels, Donald M‘Donald, James Nicholson, and Walter Ogilvie, executed 22d August 1746,

for High Treason, at Kennington Common. 4to. . . . Lond. 1746 Part of the Diary of Mr. George Murray, Seceding Minister in Annandale, (The Second

Part of my Life which I began to writte about the time the Lord was calling me forth to publick work in his Vineyard.”) from 1742 to 1753, MS. sm. 4to.

Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence, &c. Answer to Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence. 12mo.

Lond. 1789-90 Erskine's (Ralplı) Elegiack Poem to the Memory of the great, &c. Mr. James Cuthbert,

sometime Minister of the Gospel at Culross, who died October 1715.—Elegy, or Funeral Poem on the much lamented Death, &c. of the Rev. Mr. Alex. Hamilton, Minister of the Gospel at Stirling, who died January 1738. 800. . . . Edin. 1739 The Assembly’s Shorter Catechism explained, two Parts, with Index by Mr. Fisher. 8th edit. 12mo. . .

Glasg. 1779 . .

Sermons and Tracts. 1 vol. sm. 8vo. containing 1. Stamp's (Rev. Dr. Wm.) Treatise of Spiritual Infatuation, being the present visible disease of the

English nation, &c. Sermons delivered at the Hague in 1650. . . reprint. Lond. 1716 2. Ranken (David, Episcopal Minister at Edinburgh,) The Safety of the Righteous Man from Injury and Harm, &c, a Sermon, . . .

. . Edin. 1716 3. — Three Discourses, in which the persecuted Christian is exhorted to avoid irregular Sorrow, &c.

ib. 1716 4. Poem on the Parable of the Prodigal, composed in England, above 20 years ago, by a young Gentleman. . . .

. . . .

ib. 1715 5. Munro's (Rev. Dr. Alex.) Short Account of the Reformation ; proving that Episcopacy was the first legally established Church Government in Scotland,


ib. 1719 6. Asplin's (Rev. Samuel) Sermon at St. Mary, Woolwich, May 29, 1715, the Thanksgiving day for putting an end to the Great Rebellion, &c. .

Lond. 1715 7. Mynors's (Rev. Willoughby) Sermon on May 29, the Anniversary of King Charles the Second's Restoration, . . . . . . . . .

ib. 1707 8. Murder will out, or, the heinous Guilt of Murder and Assassination, &c. in a Sermon on November 5,

1717, . . . . . . . . . . Edin. 1717 9. Funeral Sermon on the Right Rev. &c. A. Munro, late L. Bp. of Edinburgh, by a Presbyter. ib. 1720 10. Dialogue between a Burgess of Edinburgh, and a Gentleman lately arrived in Scotland, concerning the Union, &c. . . . . .

wants title 11. Cockburn's (Rev. Wm.) Penitence the true Method of averting Judgment, &c. Sermon on 30th January 1718, . . . . . . . .

Edin. Religious Tracts and Sermons. 1 vol. sm. 8vo. containing, 1. Coupar's (Rev. Pat.) Sermon at St. Andrews, at the Admission of the Rev. Alex. Anderson to be one of the Ministers there, &c. . .

. . . . Edin. 1725 2. Erskine's (Rev. Ebenezer) God's little remnant keeping their garments clean on an evil day, a Sermon, June 1714. . . .

. . . .

ib. 1725 3. — Christ in the Believer's Arms, a Sermon, May 1724. .

ib. 1726 4. - The Backslider characterised, a Sermon, October 1714.

. ib. 1726 5. Anderson's (Rev. Alex.) Marrow Chicaning displayed, in a Letter to the Rev. Mr. Erskine on the

Preface to his Sermon, “ God's little Remnant,” &c. . . . . ib. 1726 6. Erskine's (Rev. E.) The Viper shaken off, &c. being a short Answer to “ Marrow Chicaning displayed,” &c.


ib. 1726 7. Brown's (Rev. John) Rod of God shaken over the heads of his own Children, &c. a Sermon, March 1713, &c. . . . .

. . . .

ib. 1722 8. Queries to the Presbyterians of Scotland, by a Scotch Gentleman (an Episcopalian.) ib. 9. Modest Apology, occasioned by the importunities of the Bishop of Derrie, &c. by a Minister of the Gospel in Ireland, &c. . .

ib. 1706 10. The 13th Chapter of Romans vindicated, &c., by a Curate of Salop. . . Lond. 1710 11. Description of all the Kings of Scotland, &c. to the end of K. William's reign. . wants title 12. Winding Sheet for the Service Book, or, Reasons for which the B. of C. P. urged upon Scotland 1637, ought to be refused, &c.

· · wants title 13. Danger of Popery discovered, &c. for the use of the Vulgar. 2d edit. . . Edin. 1714 14. Lowe's (And.) Vindication of the Church of Scotland from the malicious Aspersions of Mr. W. Dugud, &c. . . . . .

. Lond. 1714 15. Country Friend's Answer to the Letter, &c. concerning the Settlement of Mr. James Chalmers in Aberdeen, &c. . . . .

. . , Edin. 1726

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