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quisitor of the Christen Faithe Maester Nycholas Coppyn de Montibus, Deane of Saincte Peters and Chaceler of the Vnuersitie of Louen, Anno M.CCCCC.xxxv. 8vo. Contains x, in eights. At the end This boke is prentyd in Andwarpe vpon the Lombardes walle, ouer agaynst the golden hande. By my Symon Cowke. Anno xxxvi.' Each history is illustrated with a cut. Towneley, pt. i. 669, 27. 10s. COPRARIO, i. e. COOPER. tu CORAM, Thomas. Private Vire and publick Spirit display'd in a succinct Essay on the Character 1751. of Capt. Thomas Coram I.ondon. 8vo. 2s. 6d. CORBET, John. An historical Relation of the military Government of Glocester, from the Beginning of the civil War between King and Parliament, to the Removal of Colonel Massey from that Government to the Command of the Western Forces. London, 1645. 4to.

Eighteen sheets. Bindley, pt. i. 2180, 15s.-1647, 4to. with port. of Col. Massie. Hollis, 423, 1. 17s. Jadis, 134, 17. 198. A notice of this non-conformist, and a list of his works will be found in Wood's

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Minister of Bonyl. The Ungirding of the Scottish Armour. Dublin, 1639. 4to.

Reed, 1970, 7s. 6d.

-Richard, successively Bishop of Oxford and of Norwich. The Poems. The fourth Edition, with considerable Additions: to which are now added, Oratio in Funus Henrici Principis' from Ashmole's Museum, biographical Notes, and a Life of the Author, by Octavius Gilchrist. London, 1807. 8vo.

Pp. lxxx. and 261. The best edition, ably edited. Drury, 937, 6s. A notice of this poet, will be found in the Retr. Rev. xii. 299-322.

Certain elegant Poems, written by Dr. Corbet, Bishop of Norwich. London, 1647. small 8vo. Some copies of this inaccurate edition conclude at page 53, others have 85 pages. Bindley, pt. i. 1400. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 137, mor. 1. 11s. 6d.

Poetical Stromata, or a Collection of sun

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CORDAKA, Julius Cæsar. Caroli Edoardi Stuartii, Walliæ Principis, Expeditio in Scotiam, Libris IV comprehensa. 1752.

Cordelier metamorphosed. Tales of the Cordelier metamorphosed, as narrated in a MS. from the Borromeo Collection, and in

the Cordelier Cheval of M. Piron, with Translations. 1821. 4to.

Pp. —, with etchings on India paper, by George Cruikshank. Privately printed by George Hibbert, Esq. Boswell, 3055, 44

CORDERIUS, Maturin. Select Century of Corderius' Colloquies, Latin and English, by John Clarke. London. 12mo. 2s. 6d.

Of this work of Corderius, formerly much used in schools, a vast number of editions have been published.

Clarke's edition is recommended by Dr. Johnson.

Dialogues of Corderius, translated by John Brinsley, 1614. Svo.

Cordial, A soveraigne, for a Christian Conscience. Roane, 1554. 16mo.

B 3, in cights.

CORDINER, Rev. Charles. Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland, in a Series of Letters to Thomas Pennant, Esq. London, 1780. 4to.

An intelligent and very amusing work, designed as a supplement to Pennant's Scottish Tour. Roxburghe, 8789, 16s. Dent, pt. i. 967, 16s. Constable, 247, 14s. Heath, 4745, 14. 8s.

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CORMACK, Rev. John. Ac

Remarkable Ruins and romantic Prospects of North Britain, with ancient Monuments and sin-count of the Abolition of Female gular Subjects of Natural History. London, 1788-95. 4to. 2 vols.

Publ. in 24 nos. at 5s. each. Roxburghe, 8790, 21. 5s. Constable, 248, 11. 4s. Heath, 4744, 21. 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 874, with the Antiquities, 1780, 21. 8s. Baker, 201, with extra coloured plates of natural history, 61. 6s.

Rev. James. Description of Ceylon. London, 1807. 4to. 2 vols.

This work contains an account of the country, inhabitants and natural productions; with narratives of a tour round the Island in 1800; the campaign of Candy in 1803, and a journey to Ramisserain in 1804. An excellent article on this interesting island of Ceylon, with a notice of the work, appeared in the Quart. Review, xiv. 1-38. Drury, 1185, 16s. Fonthill, 336, 24. 12s.

Infanticide in Guzarat, with considerations on the Question of promoting the Gospel in India. 1815. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

Corn.-Three Tracts on the Corn Trade and Corn Laws. London, 1766. 8vo. 5s.

Reprinted 1795. 8vo. CORNARO, Lewis. Discourses on a sober and temperate Life. By Lewis Cornaro, a noble Venetian. Translated from the Italian Original. London, 1768. 8vo. 3s. 6d.

A good translation of a valuable and well known work. The 81st Edition 1818. 12mo. 2s. Mr. Abernethy, in his excellent Work on the digestive Organs, &c. makes the following observations:'It would be well if the Public would fol

Cordyale, or Memorare novis-low the advice of Mr. Addison, given in the sima.-The Book named Cor-ings of Lewis Cornaro, who having natuSpectator (no. 195), on reading the writdyale; or Memorare novissima: which treateth of The foure last Thinges' (Death, last Judgment, Pains of Hell, and Joys of Heaven).

1480. folio.

This work, from Caxton's press, was translated out of French by Lord Anthoine Earl Rivers, Lord of Scales, and of the Isle of Wight. It is printed in long lines, has neither capital letters (but spaces with small ones as a direction to insert the capitals) catchwords, nor signatures, and the leaves, amounting to 76, are not numbered. A full page contains 29 lines. Inglis, 601, morocco, 241. 3s. Alchorne, 167, 1277. 1s.

Towneley, pt. i. 433, morocco, 944, 10s.
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rally a weak constitution, which he seemed to have ruined by intemperance, so that he was expected to die at the age of thirty-five, did at that period adopt a strict regimen,

allowing hims If only twelve ounces of food daily. By this plan of diet he lived to more than one hundred years; and it is delightful to observe the tranquil, cheerful, and energetic state of mind accompanying his bodily health, and in a great measure induced by it.' Sir John Sinclair in his Code of Health and Longevity, mentions an edition of 1779, as the best English translation of Cornaro's works.

CORNBURY, Henry Hyde, Lord Hyde and. The Mistakes; or the happy Resentment, a Comedy. London, 1758. 8vo.

Memorare nouissima, &c. or Published by subscription by the celethe Booke named Cordyall. En-brated actress Mrs. Porter, and upwards prynted atte Westmystre, Anno of three thousand sold. The advertise

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Horatius, a Roman Tragedy, by Si William Lower. London, 1656. 4to. Roxburghe, 5341, 6s. Rhodes, 1553, 6s. 6d.

Horace, a French Tragedy of Monsieur Corneille, englished by Charles Cotton, Esq. London, 1671. 4to. The translator has affixed additional songs and chorusses. -1677. 4to. with a front. Rhodes, 827, 4s. Roxburghe, 4667, 2s. 6d. This tragedy was likewise translated by Mrs. Cath. Phillips. 1667. fol.

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Heraclius, Emperour of the East, a Tragedy, englished by Lodowick Carlell, Esq. London, 1664. 4to. Roxburghe, 4666, 1s. 6d. Rhodes, 719, 1s. 6d. Field, 142,


Amorous Orontus; or, Love in Fashion: a Comedy in heroic Verse by J. Bulteel, Gent. London, 1665. 4to. Another edition entitled 'Amorous Gallant.' 1675. 4to.

Nicomede, a Tragi-comedy, translated out of the French of Monsieur Corneille, by John Dancer. As it was acted at the Theatre Royal in Dublin. Together with an exact Catalogue of all the English Stage Plays printed till this present year, 1671 (by Francis Kirkman). Printed for Francis Kirkman, 1671. 4to. Rhodes, 873, 7s. 6d. Rodogune, or the Rival Brothers, a Tragedy, done from the French of M. Cor neille (by Sampson Aspinwall). London,

1765. 8vo. 1s. 6d.

Melite, a Comedy, translated from Cor

neille. London, 1776. 12mo. 1s. 6d.

The Labyrinth, or the fatal Embarrassment, a Tragedy. Dublin, 1795. 8vo. 3s. Maximian, a Tragedy by Lady Sophia Burrell. London, 1800. Svo. 2s.

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Tragedy, by John Ozell. London, 1714. The Cid; or the heroick Daughter; a


The Cid, taken from the French of

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The extravagant Shepherd, a pastorall Comedie, englished by T. R. London, 1654. 4to. Roxburghe, 4665, 7s. 6d. Inglis' old Plays, 120, 10s. 6d.

Cornélie, Vestale, Tragedie. Strawberry Hill, 1768. 8vo.

Fuscher. Brockett, 2941, morocco, 11. 9s. Written by the President Henault and Roxburghe, 3744, 10s. Baker, 767, un

cut, 7s.

CORNELIUS NEPOS. Vide NEPOS, Cornelius. Cornv-copiæ. 1612. 1623. 1819. See BRETON, Nicholas.

head. London, 1642. 4to. Nassau, pt. i. Cornu Copia, or Roome for a Ram875, 8s.

Cornucopia, a Miscellaneum of lucriferous and most fructiferous Experiments, &c. 4to.

CORNWALL, Barry. The poetical Works of Barry Cornwall, now first collected. London, 1822. 12mo. 3 vols.

Published at 1, 1s. The name of this poet is B. W. Proctor.

Capt. Henry. Observations upon several Voyages to India, out and home. London, 1720. folio.

CORNWALL, James. Tables of Pleadings, Writs, Returns of Writs, &c. at common Law. London, 1705. folio. 9s.

This volume generally accompanies Geo. Townsend's Tables, 1667.

Cornwall. The complete History of Cornwall. Part II. being the Parochial History. (Exeter, circa 1750) folio.

Pp. 160, sign. A-R 2. The first of this, extremely rare and incomplete volume, written by Mr. Willliam Hals, was never printed, and hence it has no general titlepage.

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Collation. Title, engraved by T. Cecill, containing two portraits supposed to represent Sir William and his Father Sir Charles; dedication, 4 pages; Essays, &c. B-Oo, in eights. Boswell, 736, 7s. Lloyd, 356, 8s. 6d. Garrick, 556, 7s. 6d. Towneley, pt. i. 334, 17. 11s. Nassau, pt. i. 921, russia, 9s-.1600. Reed, 1898, 10s. White Knights, 1004, 3s. Williams, 533, morocco, 21. 5s. -1610. Nassau, pt. i. 920, russia, 5s. Bindley, pt. i. 1568, 10s. 6d. Reed, 1899, 7s. 6d.-1616. 2 pts. with frontispiece. Lloyd, 474, 2s. Nassau, pt.

News from Perin in Cornwall, of a most bloody and unexampled Murther, very lately committed by a Father on his owne Sonne (who was lately returned from the Indyes) at the Instigation of a merciless Stepmother. Together with their several most wretched Endes; being all performed in the Month of September last, Anno 1618. 4to. Black letter. From this pamphlet Lillo took his tragedy entitledi. 876, 6s.-The second impression, en'The fatal Curiosity.' larged. London, 1617, 4to. Gordonstoun, 635, 10s. 6d.

The Laws and Customs of the Stannaries in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon. Revis'd and corrected according to the antient and modern Practice. In two parts. By Thomas Pearce, Gent. London, 1725. folio. Pp. xxiv. (not including title, and dedication to George Prince of Wales) and 259, also a table of 16 pages. Marquis of Townshend, 2658, 21. 2s. Sotheby's in 1824, 2l. 16s.

Laws of the Stannaries of Cornwall. 8vo. Dent, pt.i. 1248, 7s. 6d. Brockett, 1866, 11s.

The Laws of the Stannaries of Cornwall, with marginal Notes and Referencies to Authorities, &c. Truro, 1808. 8vo. 12s. Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, instituted Feb. 11. Penzance. vol. 1 and 2. These transactions are of considerable merit

Excursions in Cornwall. See Excursions.

CORNWALLIS, Sir Charles, Knt. A Discourse of the most illustrious Prince Henry, late Prince

of Wales. Written Anno 1626. London, 1641. 4to.

Pp., with a full length portrait of the Prince by Marshall. According to Granger written with elegance; but with extreme superficiality, says Dr. Birch, who has ably supplied its deficiencies. Bindley, pt. i. 2181, 18s. Gordonstoun, 655, 14. 11s. 6d. Sir P. Thompson, 66, 21. It is reprinted in the second volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts, and in the Harleian Miscellany.

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A complete Account of the Ceremonies observed in the Coronations of the Kings and Queens of England. London, 1727. 4to. Pp. 67, with two plates. 6s. Bindley, pt. iv. 1039.

An Account of the Ceremonies observed in the Coronations of the Kings and Queens of England. London, 1761. 4to. 5s. Pp. 48, with cuts, and two copper plates.

The entire Ceremonies of the Coronations of K. Charles II. and Q. Mary, Consort to James the second. To which is prefixed, an Introduction historical and critical, likewise an Appendix, containing many curious Particulars. London, 1761. 4to. Pp. 50, and introduction, pp. 8, with a plate of the

coronation chair, &c.

Collections relative to the Claims at the Coronations of several of the Kings of England, beginning with K. Richard II.; being curious and interesting Documents, derived from authentic Sources. London, 1820, 8vo. pp. 104.

Historical and descriptive Account of the Ceremonies performed at the Inauguration of the Kings of England. The ancient Coronation Procession from the Tower to Westminster. To which is added, a minute Description of the Regalia. London, 1820. 8vo. pp. 43, with engravings.

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Substance of the Argument before the Privy Council, in Support of the QueenConsort's Right to be crowned. London, 1821. pp. 43. Ordered by the Queen to be made public.

Coronation Anecdotes: or, select and interesting Fragments of English Coronation Ceremonies. 1823. 7s. 6d.

CORONELLI, Vincentus. Account of the Morea, Negropont, and maritime Places, as far as Thessalonica. London, 1687. 12mo.

Illustrated with 42 maps. Nassau, pt. i. 762, 2s. White Knights, 1005, 8s.

CORRANUS see CORRO. CORREGGIO See CoxE, William. CORRER, Marc. Ant. Relation d'Angleterre. 12mo. 4s.

Montbel. 1668.

Correspondent, The, consisting of Letters moral, political and literary, between eminent Writers in France and England. London, 1817. 8vo.

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Translated out of French by Geffray Fenton. London, 1569. 8vo. Again 1570.

A theological Dialogue, wherein the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans is expounded. Gathered and set together out of the Readings of Ant. Corranus of Seuilla, Professor of Diuinitie. London, 1575. 16mo. Black letter. Boswell, 738, 2s. Again 1579.

A Supplication exhibited to the moste mightie Prince Philip King of Spain, &c. London, 1577. 8vo. In Latin and French.

Sermons on Ecclesiastes, abridged by Thomas Pitt. Oxon. 1535. 8vo. This is called by some Pitt's Paraphrase on Ecclesiastes.' Ant. Wood.

for teaching both the Spanish and French A Spanish Grammar, with certain Rules Tongues. London, 1590. 4to.

CORRY, John. The History of Bristol, civil and ecclesiastical; including biographical Notices of eminent and distinguished Natives. [By John Corry, and the Rev. John Evans]. Bristol, 1816 royal 8vo. 2 vols. 10s. 6d.

In little estimation. Drury, 1631, 16s. 6d. An edition in 4to. 18s.

the windward Coast of Africa, Joseph. Observations upon the Religion, Character, Customs &c. of the Natives; with a System upon which they may be civilized, &c. &c. made in the Years 1805 and 1806. London, 1807. 4to.


Pp. 163, with plates, plain, 10s. coloured

CORTE,Claudio. The Art of Rid

pondence between the celebrated Lord Lit-ing. Written at large in the Italian Toong, by Maister Claudio Corte. (Translated by T. Bedingfield). London, 1584. 4to.

CORR', D. The Singer's Preceptor: or, a Treatise on vocal Poetry. 1811. 8vo 2 vols.

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sant Historie of the Conquest of CORTES, Hernando. The pleathe Weast India, now called new Spayne, Spanishe Tongue, by T. (homas) N. (icholas) Anno 1578. London.


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