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Mr. James Man, of Aberdeen. By Thomas Ruddiman, A.M. Edin. 1754. 8vo. pp.226.

Audi alteram Partem; or, a farther Vindication of his Edition of Buchanan's Works, against Mr. James Man. Edinb. 1756. 8vo.

BUCHANAN, George. Opera omnia, curante Tho. Ruddimanno, cum Indicibus Rerum memorabilium et Præfatione Petri Burmanni. Lugd.

Bat. 1725. 4to. 2 vols.

Best edition. Drury, 755, 19s.

Rerum Scoticarum Historia. Edinburgi apud Alexandrum Arbuthnetum, 1582. folio.

Editio princeps, with many an error in every page,' consisting of 249 leaves, besides the prefixes. Roman types. The errata typographica subjoined to Crawford's notes on Buchanan's History, 1708, fill twelve pages. Horne Tooke, 93, 7s. 6d. Roxburghe, 8688, 9s. 6d. Sotheby's in April 1822, 21.7s. An edition Edinb. 1583. folio. Roxburghe, 8689, 5s.-Genev. 1583. This edition contains an index and the dialogue de Jure Regni,' which are that of 1582.-Francof. 1594. 8vo. 5s.-Francof. ad Moen. 1638. 8vo. 5s.-Amst. 1642., 12mo.-Amst. 1643. 8vo.-Amst. 1655. folio. -Traj. ad Rhen. 1697. 8vo.-Ap. Elz. 1668. 8vo. Roxburghe, 8691, 2s.-Edinb. 1727. 8vo. 5s.-Abredoniæ, 1762. 8vo. 7s. An edition, with a copious index, edited by James

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- History of Scotland. London, 1690. folio. with port. by White. 16s.

In good modern English.'-Nicolson. Another, translated by W. Bond. London, 1721-2. 8vo. 3 vols. 18s. The third volume. An Appendix to the History of Scotland, containing 1. A Detection of the Actions of Mary Queen of Scots. 2. De Jure Regni apud Scotos (Anglice).1721. 8vo. 6s. is frequently wanting. Roxburghe Sup. 558, 2 vols. 15s.--1724. fol. 15s.-1733. 8vo. 3 vols. with portraits. 15s.-Edinb. 1751. Published in numbers.-Edinb. 1762. 8vo. 2 vols. 14s.-Edinb. 1766. 8vo. 2 vols. 12s.-A new Edition, corrected and improved. Edinb. 1821. 8vo. 3 vols. With a Continuation by John Watkins, LL.D. 8vo. with portraits, &c.


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B. Striviling be Robert Lekprevik, 1571. 8vo.

Scotish tongue. Bindley, pt. i. 485, morocContaining 30 pp. (16 leaves) in the co, 5l. 15s. 6d. Reprinted in the third volume of the Harleian Miscellany, and in the second volume of the Restituta. Another edition. London by John Day, 1571.12mo. Boswell, 63, morocco, 19s. Dent, pt. i. Ano273, 8s. Roxburghe, 8739, 11. 5s. ther Edition. St. Andrews, 1572. 12mo.

BUCHANAN, George. De Maria Scotorum Regina, totaque eius contra Regem Conjuratione, fœdo cum Bothuelio Adulterio, nefaria in Maritum Crudelitate & Rabie, horrendo super & deterrimo eiusdem Parricidio: plena, & tragica planè Historia. [Londini, 1572]. 8vo.

This tract, published anonymously, is confidently attributed to George Buchanan, and is supposed to have been printed by John Day. It consists of 122 pages, exclusive of the title-page. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 364, mor. 11. 13s. Dent, pt. i. 352, russia, 17s. Reprinted under the title of Detectio Mariæ Reginæ Scotorum, and inserted in Jebb, in de Vita Maria Scotorum Reginæ, vol. i.

Ane Detectioun of the Doingis of Marie, Quene of Scottis, twiching the Murther of hir Husband, &c. Translatit out of the Latine, quhilk was written be M. G. B. Sanctandrois be Robert Leckprevik, 1572. 8vo.

Black letter. Roxburghe, 8740, 27. 12s.6d. Reprinted in the second volume of Anderson's Collections relating to Mary Queen of Scots. Another edition [London by John Day, 1572]. 8vo. Black letter. The whole y 4, half sheets, the last leaf blank, as is the last page of the foregoing leaf. Dent, pt. i. 353, 11. 9s. Sir P. Thompson, 31, 1l. 158. Dowdeswell, 64, 2l. 10s. 8741, 27. 10s. White Knights, 2649, 21. 16s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 365, port. of Mary inserted, mor. 31. Inglis, 224, 31. 7s. Modernised and reprinted 1651, with port. Roxburghe, 8742, 17s. Brockett, 415, mor. 11. 7s. 1967, 1l. 11s. 6d.-1689. with a ridiculous preface. 4to. 3s. 6d.-1721. Svo. 6s.


Histoire de Marie Royne d'Escosse touchant la Coniuration faicte contre le Roy, & l'Adultere commis auec le Comte de Bothwel, traduicte de Latin en François, par Thomas Waltem. Edimbourg par moy Thomas Vvaltem, 1572. 16mo.

The printer's name is fictitious-the translation was evidently printed in London.

BUCHANAN, George. De Jure Regni apud Scotos Dialogus. Edinburgi apud Joan. Roseum pro H. Charteris (1579). 4to.

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G. Eglisemmii cum G. Buchanano, pro Dignitate Paraphraseos Psalmi ciiii. Lond. Dated Sterlini, 10 Jan. 1579. Hollis, 1620. 8vo.' was written by William Bar213, 11. Another edition, sine loco, 1579. clay. Copies of both are in the British Hollis, 212, 18s. 6d. This much esteemed Museum. tract, was attacked by the author's country- BUCHANAN, George. Commenmen, Adam Blackwood, Dr. Ninian Win-tarius in Vitam Georgij Buchanani, zet, and Dr. Wm. Barclay. 1580. 4to. In the British Museum. ab ipsomet scriptam. Edinb. 1702, Bindley, pt. i. 1474, 2l. 12s. 6d. Rox- 12mo. 7s. burghe, 1154, 2s. 6d.-1580. 12mo. Rox burghe, 1155, 1s.-Edinb. 1581. 8vo. -Glasg. 1751.-The same, translated by Philalethes, printed in the Year 1680. 3s. 6d. 1689. 4to.-1721. 8vo. 6s.-Ano


This life, published by Sir Robert Sibbald, was certainly compiled by Sir Peter Young. Prefixed is a portrait by James Clark. very learned Scotsman, Mr. George Buchanan's Fratres Fraterrimi, three Books of Epi

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ther translation, with two Dissertations prefixed, by Robert Macfarlan. 1799. 8vo. -Jepthes, sive Votum Trago-grams, and Book of Miscellanies, dia. Paris. apud G. Morelium, trations of the proper Names and in English Verse; with the Illus


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This translation is attributed by Peck on slender grounds to Milton, and has been supposed, with great probability, to have been intended as a hint to Charles the first,

of the danger he then incurred from the counsels of some about him; and the history of the Baptist, who lost his head by the instigation of Herodias, seems figuratively to glance at the death of Lord Strafford, and at the influence of the Queen. Rhodes, 412, 5s. Lloyd, 1291, 3s.

- De Prosodia Libellus. Edinb. excud. R. Waldegrave (1596). 8vo.

Mythologies therein mentioned. By Robert Monteith. Edinb. 1708. 8vo.

Roxburghe, 3430, 7s. 6d. Perry, pt. ii. pp. 80. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 477, 21. 6s. 768, 13s. Bindley, pt. i. 456, 2l. 10s.

The Chameleon, or the crafty Statesman; describ'd in the Character of Mr. Maitland of Lethington. London, 1710. 8vo.

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Georgii Buchanani Scoti ad Viros sui Sæculi clarissimos, eorumque ad eundem Epistolæ. Ex MSS. accurate descripte, nunc primum in Lucem edito. Londini, 1711. 8vo.

pp. 93. Roxburghe, 6807, 4s. 6d. Memoirs of the Life and

Writings, of George Buchanan, by David Irving, LL.D. Edinb. 1807. 8vo. 7s.

Reprinted Edinb. 1817. 8vo. pp. 435. Anecdotes of Buchanan will be found in Lond.

Geo. Chalmers' Life of Ruddiman.

1794. 8vo.

See Psalmi.-Mary Queen of Scots.Scotland. Miscellanea. 1710.

James. Sketches of the HisNorth American Indians. 1824. tory, Manners and Customs of the


- Dvellvm Poeticvm pro Dignitate Paraphraseos Psalmi centesimi quarti, Decertantibus Georgio Eglisemmio et Georgio Bucha- the Quarterly Review, absolutely without

The author of this work is, according to

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BUCHANAN, Rev. John Lanne. Travels in the Western Hebrides, from 1782 to 1790. London, 1793. 8vo. 5s.

A statistical account, containing much interesting information, written expressly to point out means of improvement. Fonthill, 2574, 16s. Mr. Buchanan likewise published A Defence of the Scots Highlanders in general; and some learned Characters in particular: &c. London, 1794. 8vo. 5s. An attempt to refute the novel position of Pinkerton concerning the early History of the Scots Nation.-A general View of the Fisheries of Great Britain. 8vo. 5s.

Robertson. Practical Essays on Mill Work and other Machinery. Second Edition, by T. Tredgold. London, 1823. 8vo. ll. 4s.

Best edition, with 20 plates.

By the same Author. Treatise on propelling Vessels by Steam, 1816. 8vo. with 17 plates. 18s. Essays on the Economy of Fuel and Management of Heat. Glasgow, 1810.

8vo. 6s.

An Essay on the Warming of Mills and

other Buildings by Steam. Glasgow, 1807. 8vo. 2s.


Essay upon the Family and Surname of Buchanan. Glasgow, 1723. 4to.

Bindley, 1124, 21. 12s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 617, 8s. Sotheby's in 1821, 19s.

Inquiry into the Genealogy and present State of ancient Scottish Surnames, with the Origin and Descent of the Highland Clans and Family of Buchanan. Edinb. 1775. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

Reprinted Glasgow, 1793. 12mo. 6s. Glasg. 1820. Brockett, 416, LARGE PAPER, 8s. 6d.

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Memoirs of Painting, containing a chronological History of the Importation of Pictures by the great Masters, into G. Britain, since the Period of the French Revolution; with critical Remarks there

leading Masters of various Schools of Painting. London, 1824. 8vo. 2 vols. 26s.

BUCHLERUS, Joh. Sacrarum profanarumque Phrasium Poeticarum Thesaurus, &c. Lond. 1669. 12mo. 6s.

To this, the 17th edition, 1669, according to Wood, were added two works by John Phillips, the nephew of Milton, viz. Tractatulus de Carmine dramatico Poetarum, & compendiosa Enumeratio Poetarum a Tempore Dantis Aligerii usque ad hanc Etatem, of which most copies are deficient.

BUCK, Adam. One hundred Engravings, from Paintings on Greek Vases. London, 1812. folio.

-Charles. Theological Dictionary. London, 1802. 8vo. 2 vols.

Reprinted 1821, 8vo. 2 vols. 1l. Is. The author has published several other religious treatises, &c.

- Sir George, Knt. Δαφνις πολυστέφανος. An Eclog treating of Crownes and of Garlands, and to whom of right they appertaine. By G. B. Knight. London, 1605.


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-The great Plantagenet, or a continued Succession of that royall Name from Henry the Second to our Soveraigne King Charles. By Geo. Buck, Gentleman. London, 1635. 4to.

pp. 50, with commendatory verses, dedication to Sir John Finch, and preface. Second edition of the Eclog, published ac cording to Ritson by some fellow' who assumed Buck's name. The two editions

vary exceedingly. Nassau, pt. 1. 618, 10s. Jadis, 147, russia, 11. 1s. Towneley, pt. i. 399, 21 15s. Gordonstoun, 299, 31. 13s. 6d. Bindley, pt. i. 753, 41. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 24, 4. 10s.

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History of the Life and on, and Sketches of Characters of Reigne of Richard the Third.

Lond. 1646. folio. with port. by
T. Cross.

In this history Sir George Buck, contrary to all historians before his time, doth make King Richard III. an admirable man,

and not at all that man that other histories make him to be.' Ant. à Wood. Baker, 272, russia, 21. 18s. Towneley, pt. ii. 337, 18s. Boswell, 674, 16s. Roxburghe, 8359, 14 2s.-1647. Brockett, 533, 11. 1s. Nassau, pt. i. 663, 16s. Bindley, pt. i. 569, 11. 2s. Reprinted in the first volume of Kennet's History of England.

BUCK,J. W. Reports of Cases in Bankruptcy, from 1816 to 1820, with a Digest of all the contemporary Cases decided in the other Courts, relating to the Bankrupt Laws. London, 1821. royal 8vo. 11. 16s.

A continuation of George Rose's Reports.

- Samuel and Nathaniel. Buck's Antiquities, or venerable Remains of above 400 Castles, &c. &c. in England and Wales, with near 100 Views of Cities and chief Towns. London, 1774. folio. 6 vols. in 3.

sively Bishop of Rochester and Ely. De Potestate Pape in Rebvs temporalibvs sive in Regibvs deponendis vsurpata; adversus Robertvm Cardinalem Bellarminvm. Lond. 1614. 4to.


This work was attacked by Becanus the
Jesuit and vindicated by R. Bushel.
life of Buckridge will be found in Wood's
Athen. Oxon.

BUCKHURST, Earl of Dorset, Thomas Sackville, Lord. The Tragedie of Gorboduc, whereof three Actes were written by Thomas Nortone, and the two last by Thomas Sackuyle, &c. London, for William Griffith, 1565. 4to.

A spurious edition, published without the consent of the authors.

The Tragedie of Ferrex and Porrex. London, by John Daye (1571). 16mo.

Black letter, without date, or notation of pages, consisting of 31 leaves, printed with

iii. 784, russia, 81. 18s. 6d.-1736. with a preface by Jos. Spence. 8vo. 2s. 6d. A notice of this play, which has been also reprinted in Hawkins' Origin of the English Drama, and in Dodsley's Collection will be found in the 56th section of Warton's History of English Poetry.

the consent and under the inspection of the authors. A copy is in the Bodleian library. White Knights, 3668, mor. 131. Steevens, 1261 (a few leaves MS.) 2, 13s. S. and N. Buck drew and engraved Roxburghe, 5562, 10. Bindley, pt. iii. Rhodes, 2012 (3 leaves reprinted) 31. 8s. 428 views of cities, castles, and reli-1123, 16. 10s-1590. 4to. Bindley, pt. gious ruins. They were first published, 1727-40, in sets, by subscription, at two guineas each set, consisting of 28 prints. They afterwards were purchased by Robert Sayer, and latterly by Laurie and Whittle, who sell the impressions from the plates in three volumes under the title of Bucks' Antiquities or venerable Ruins. London, 1774. 2 vols. and Buck's perspective Views of 100 Cities and chief Towns in England and Wales, with historical Accounts of their Antiquity, &c. &c. London, 1774.' -Vol. I. and II. contain 428 plates, with descriptive letter press. Vol. III. is of a larger size, in oblong folio, and contains 83 plates, with descriptive letter press. Portraits of the two brothers, an emblematical frontispiece and an index map will be found in the work. Marq. of Townshend, 437, 144. 14s. Dent, pt. i. 491, 1728, &c. 4 vols. 261. 13s. Sotheby's in March 1824, 284, 7s. Beckford in 1817, 91, an original subscription set, russia, 53l. 11s.

A life of Lord Buckhurst, with a reprint of his Introduction to the Mirror of Magistrates will be found in Dr. Bliss' edition of Wood's Athen. Oxon. ii. 30-44. Lord Buckhurst's Poetical Works were reprinted 1820.

BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, A continued Journall Duke of. of all the Proceedings of the Duke of Buckingham his Grace, in the Isle of Ree, a Part of France. 1627. 4to.

Part I. 'from the beginning untill this seventeenth of August,' &c. 11 leaves. Part BUCKE, Charles. On the Beau-II. since the last of July,' 5 leaves with a portraiture of a knife, on a half sheet. Part

ties, Harmonies and Sublimities of Nature. London, 1821. 8vo. 4 vols. 11. 5s.

-Wyl, his Testament. LACY, John.


BUCKERIDGE, John, succes

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III. since the last of August,' six leaves.

The Duke of Buckingham's Manifestation of Remonstrance with a Journal of his Proceedings in the Isle of Ree. 1627. 4to. Lloyd, 443, 15s.

An unhappy View of the whole Beha

viour of my Lord Duke of Buckingham, at the French Island called the Isle of Rhee, discovered by Colonell William Fleetwood,

an unfortunate Commander in that untoward Service. 1648. This most fierce and prejudiced impeachment of an expedition, ill planned and unhappily terminated, is reprinted in the fifth volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts.

BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, Duke of. Works containing his Plays and Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, with explanatory Notes and Memoirs of the Author [by T. Evans]. London, 1775. 12mo.

2 vols.

Best edition, with portrait of the Duke by Collyer. Garrick, 329, 12s. 6d. Marq. of Townshend, 298, 10s. 6d. Reed, 8032, 10s. 6d. Heath, 1775. 11s. Nassau, pt. i. 358, 11s. On INDIA PAPER, Steevens, 1227, 18s.

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BUCKLAND, Ralph. Seven Sparks of the enkindled Soul. Four Lamentations. Drawn out of

the holy Scriptures after the Form of Psalms. (Rome, 1603). 12mo.

A collection of 'ejaculations very full of most fervent devotion for the reconcilement of England and Scotland to the Rom. Church.' Buckland hath also written An Embassage from Heaven. 8vo. a copy of which is in the Bodleian library.

Rev. William. Reliquiæ Diluvianæ; or, Observations on the Organic Remains contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial Gravel, and on other Geological Phenomena, attesting the Action of an Universal Deluge. London, 1823. 4to. 11. 11s. 6d.

pp. 303, with 27 plates. Reviews of this A Catalogue of the Pictures very interesting and excellent work apof George Villiers, Duke of Buck-peared in the Edinburgh and Quart. Reingham. 1758. See VERTUE, George.

John Sheffield, Duke of. Works. London, 1723. 4to. 2 vols. 10s.

With portrait by G. Vertue. Nassau, pt. i.619, russia, 15s. Fonthill, 537, 11. 2s.1726. 12mo. 2 vols. 4s.-1729. 8vo. 2 vols. 5s. Dent, pt. ii. 408, mor. 14. 16s.-1740. Heath, 1776, 5s. 6d. 'Castrations, containing an Account of the Revolution in 1688.' 8vo. 2s. 6d.

BUCKINGHAM, J. S. Travels in Palestine, through the Counties of Bashan and Gilead, East of the River Jordan, including a Visit to the Cities of Geraza and Gamala, in the Decapolis. London, 1821. 4to.

pp. 550, with maps and plates. Drury,

756, 24. 11s.

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BUCKLER, Benjamin, D. D. Stemmata Chicheleana; or a genealogical Account of some of the Families derived from Thomas Chichele, of Higham-Ferrars. With a Supplement. Oxford, 1765, 75, 4to.

The object of this work is to shew who were the persons entitled to the fellowship of All Souls Oxford, which is secured to the kindred of Chichely, Archbishop of Canterbury, the founder of the College by the statutes. Title; preface and errata, 14 pp. ; geneal. tables, 156 pp. ; index, 10 pp. advertisement, one page, and two plates. Supplement. Title; preface; Part I. 13 pp.; Towneley, pt. ii. 1417, 16s, 6d. Marq. of Part II. pp. 15-160, and index, 8 pages. Townshend, 771, 1l. 15s.

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John Chessell. Views of the Cathedral Churches of England and Wales, with Descriptions. London, 1822. royal 4to. 8 Nos. complete.

Containing 32 plates, published at 41. 4s. Imp. 4to. 61. 6s. Royal fol. 81. Ss. This writer likewise published anonymously, Obin-servations on the original Architecture of St.

Travels in Mesopotamia; cluding a Journey to Ur of the Chaldees, and the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon. London, 1827. 4to.

A second edition, 1827. 8vo. 2 vols. with 30 engravings, published at 17. 11s. 6d.

the Innovations anciently or recently attempted. London, 1823. 8vo. 50 pp. A tract containing much information on early

Mary Magdalen College, Oxford, and on


BUCKLEY, Francis. Relation of the Proceedings, Examinations,

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