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23, 24. At end of the volume, two singular Engravings, one by T. Cecill, A.D.

1632, the other with a Monogram. The above collation was made from a copy supposed perfect, but on comparing it with another formerly Mr. Inglis's, the following additional engravings were found. This copy, it is said, cost the proprietor 601.

1. An Etching. Subject; St. Matthew, ch. 21, verse 28.

liverances from Popery and arbitrary Power, with a Defence. London, 1721, 3. 8vo. 2 vols. 9s.

BENNET, Benjamin. Christian Oratory; or the Devotion of the Closet displayed. London, 1725. 8vo. with portrait, by J. Pine, 6s.


The work of a dissenting minister of con2, 3, 4, 5. The Four Seasons, by Hol-siderable note, frequently reprinted. edition 1732, 8vo. 2 vols. Williams, 165, lar, 3 quarter length; the regular set. 21. 6. An Engraving; the day of Judgment. A new edition, with an Appendix, In the corner at bottom" Vanitas vani- 1811, 8vo. 2 vols. 12s, tat oia Vanitas," &c.

7. The author in the Country conversing with a Shepherd. The same subject as

in plate 20, but a different engraving, 8. A curious emblematical engraving allusive to the vanity of the world; being the bust of a female, a Cupid issuing from the forehead, the breast formed by globes, &c. very rare. 9. An Engraving with a legend in the left corner, at the top, "the Extravagant Shepherd,"

10. A folded Engraving, at the left corner at bottom, "Ianbattest Iaspers

In, et Fe."

11. An Engraving intituled "A curious

Chr. Theatri Tabidorum Vestibulum et Tabidorum Theatrum. Lond. 1654, 6. 8vo. 2 vols. with portrait by Lombart, 7s.

-George. Olam Haneshemoth; or a View of the Intermediate state. Carlisle, 1800. 8vo. 7s. 6d. Highly commended by Bp. Horsley, who pronounces it a work of various erudition and deep research.'

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H. Treasury of Wit: being a methodical Selection of about twelve hundred, the best, piece of antiquity on the Crucifixion Apophthegms and Jests; from of our Saviour and the two Thieves." Books in several Languages. LonInglis, 198, morocco, 41. 18s. Bibl.-don, 1786. 12mo. 2 vols. 5s. Anglo-Poet. 18, 8. 19, 8l. 8s. Bindley, pt. ii. 189, 12. 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 437,

(said to be the most perfect copy in exist

ence) 261. 5s.

BEN LOWES, Edw. Summary of divine Wisedome. Lond. 1657. 4to. In verse. Bindley, pt. iv. 1076. Oxonii Encomium. Oxon.

1672. Folio.

Four sheets, mostly in Latin verse.
A life of Benlowes, with a list of his

Nassau, pt. i. 235, 9s.
John. Madrigalls to fovre
Voyces, newly pvblished by John
Bennett, his first Works. London,
1599. 15s.

This volume, dedicated to Ralpe Asheton, Esq. contains xvii songs.

Thomas. Paraphrase, with Annotations upon the Book of Common Prayer. London, 1708.

works, will be found in Dr. Bliss's edition of 8vo. 3s. 6d. Wood's Fasti, ii. 358-9.

BENNET, Saint. The Rule of Seynt Benet. Imprinted by Rycharde Pynson, 1516. folio.

Black letter, contains sign. G. 7. A, Treatise relating to the rule of St. Bennet will be found in 'Diuers fruytful Ghostly Maters,' printed by Caxton.

Rule of St. Benedict, by C.

F. Douay, 1638.

Dedicated to Mrs. Anne Carie, daughter to the Lord Viscount of Faukland.' Another work, entitled 'Life and Miracles of St. Benedict,' 1638, 12mo. with plates. Heath, 1601, 9s. 6d.

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This eminent English divine likewise published an Essay on the xxxix Articles, 1715, 8vo. 4s., and many other religious

treatises, chiefly controversial. His History of Forms of Prayer, Camb. 1708, 8vo. Williams, 164, 17. 15s.

BENO, Cardinal. Life of Hildebrand, called Gregory the 7th, translated by Thomas Swinerton, under the name of Joh. Roberts. London, by W. de Worde, 1533, 4to.

Reprinted in 12mo. the same year. A copy of which is in the Bodleian Library. See Dr. Bliss's Edition of Wood's Athen.


BENSE, Peter.


phora, seu Concordia discrepans, | cimens of the Language and Poetry et Discrepantia concordans trium of the People. London, 1825. 8vo. Linguarum Gallicæ, Italicæ et His- 10s. 6d. panicæ. Oxon. 1637. 8vo.


BENSON, George, D.D. phrase and Notes on six of the Epistles of St. Paul, and on the seven Catholic Epistles; to which

are annexed several critical Dissertations London, 1752-6. 4to.

2 vols. 21. 2s.

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This interesting work is spoken of with much approbation by Sir Walter Scott in his life of Napoleon.

BENT, William. Meteorological Journals and Extracts, from 1786 to 1808, kept in London. 8vo.

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Literary Advertiser, or List of New Publications from the Commencement in January, 1802, to the present time. London. 4to. Published monthly. BENTHAM, Edward. tions upon the Study of Divinity, to which are subjoined, Heads of a Course of Lectures. Oxford, 1774. 8vo. 4s.


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Orationes Funebres, Græce.

Oxon. 1746. 8vo.

Best edition. A very elegant work, with an index and valuable notes. Dent, pt. ii. 47, russia, 11s. Frequently reprinted.

George. Outline of a New System of Logic. Lond. 1827. 8vo.

James, M.A. History and Antiquities of the Conventual and Cathedral Church of Ely, 673— 1771. Cambridge, 1771. royal 4to.

Vol. i. A-Ee 4, pp. 224,besides title; dedication two pages, list of subscribers, four pages; preface, five pages; contents and errata, three pages.-Vol. ii. Ff-Oo 2, pp. 225--92. Appendix and index *70 pages besides the title page, and an inventory of two pages. The list of plates with directions to the binder form pages 290, 291, 292. In Davis' Olio, will be found Cole's Notes on this work. Nassau, pt. i. 399, 41. 10s. Bindley, pt. i. 722, russia, 4l. 18s. Towneley, pt. ii. 272, Heath, 4632, russia, 51. Baker, 169, morocco, 6l. 16s. 6d. Towneshend, 361, russia, 81. 15s. Fonthill, 3308, morocco, 81. 17s. 6d. Dent, pt. i. 458, with the Supplement, 1817, 2 vols. russia, 7. 15s. Drury, 543, with the Supplement, 2 vols. in hogskin, 81. 15s. A few copies were taken off on large paper.

russia, 41. 4s.

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One hundred and eighty copies were printed in imperial and twenty-five on elephant paper, with proofs on India paper. Imperial 4to. Fonthill, 590, 31. Title, dedication, preface, contents, and list of subscribers xii pp. Memoirs of Bentham, 20 pages. Addenda, half title. An acknow

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BENTHAM, James, M.A. History of Ely. The second Edition. By the Rev. James Bentham. Lond. 1812. imperial 4to.

Of this edition, 250 copies were printed on imperial, and 25 on elephant paper. Vol. i. Title, dedication, advertisement, original dedication, preface, and contents, memoirs of Bentham, with the pedigree (folded) after which the work, 224 pp. Vol. ii. title, an inventory, then the work, pp. 225-92, after which appendix, *70 pages. Addenda, Title, the Editor's thanks, and contents, then the addenda 28 pages, with directions to the binder, and errata on a separate slip. This edition has also several plates more than the former one.

Supplement to the Second Edition, by William Stevenson. Norwich, 1817. imperial 4to.

The variations in the supplement to the second edition, consist of a slight alteration in the title, and the omission of the memoirs of Mr. Bentham, the addenda and plates 2 and 15; in other respects the work is the same. Only 84 copies of this supplementary volume are printed. Jeremy. Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation. A new edition, corrected by the Author. Lond. 1823. 2 vols. with port. by Worthington, 11. 1s.

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View of the Hard Labour Bill, 1778, 8vo. 3s.

Defence of Usury, 1787, 3s. 6d. Second edition, Dublin, 1791. Third edition, with a protest against Law Taxes, 1816, 12mo. 75.

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Draught of a Code for the Organisation of the Judicial Establishment in France, 1791, 8vo. pp. 242. Panopticon, or the Inspection House, 1791, 12mo. 3 parts in 2 vols. 14s.

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Essay on Political Tactics, 1791, 4to. 5s. To the National Convention of France, 'Emancipate your Colonies,' 1793, 8vo. pp. 48.

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Letters (Two) to Lord Pelham, 1802, 8vo. pp. 80 and 72.

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Observations on the restrictive and prohibitory commercial System, 1821, 8vo.


Art of packing special Juries, 1821, 8vo. 10s. 6d.

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Introduction to the Rationale of Evi

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Defence of Economy against Burke. In
Pamphleteer, No. XVI.
Defence of Economy against Rose.
Pamphleteer, No. XX.
Leading Principles of a constitutional
Code for any State. In Pamphleteer,

Codification proposal, 1827. 8vo.

Apologie de l'Usure. Paris, 1790. 8vo. Lettres sur la liberté du taux de l'intéret de l'argent publiées par De Lessert. Paris, 1790. 8vo. Panoptique Mémoire sur un nouveau principe pour construir des maisons d'inspection et nommément des maisons de force. Paris, 1792. 8vo. Esquisse d'un ouvrage en faveur des Pauvres, publiée par Ad. Duquesnoy. Paris, An. X. 8vo. Traités de Legislation civile et penale, publiées par Et. Dumont. Paris, 1802. 8vo. 3 vols. Second edition, Paris, 8vo. 3 vols. Spanish translation, with Commentaries by Ramon de

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Salas, Madrid, 1821. 8vo. 3 vols. Second edition, Paris, 1825. 18mo. 6


Two Russian translations and

an Italian translation. Theorie des Peines et des Recompenses, publiée par Et. Dumont. Londres, 1811. Svo. 2 vols. Second edition,

Third ediParis, 1818. 8vo. 2 vols. tion, Paris, 1826. 8vo. 2 vols. Spanish translation, Paris. 18mo. 4 vols. Tactique des Assemblees Legislatives, Geneve, publiée par Et. Dumont. 1815, 8vo. 2 vols. Second edition, Paris, 1822, 8vo. 2 vols. Spanish translation, Paris.

Essais de Jérémie Bentham sur la situation politique de l'Espagne. Paris,

1823. 8vo.

Essai sur la classification des principales
branches d'art et science, publié par
George Bentham. Paris, 1823. 8vo.
Traité des Preuves Judiciaires, publié par
Et. Dumont. Paris, 1823. 8vo. 2 vols.
Spanish translation, Paris, 1825.
English translation,

18mo. 4 vols.
London, 1825. 8vo.
De l'Organisation Judiciaire et de la
Codification, publiée par Et. Dumont.
Paris, 1828. 8vo.

BENTIVOGLIO, Guido, Cardinal. Historicall Relations of the United Provinces and of Flanders, rendered into English by Henry [Carey] Earle of Monmouth. London, 1652. folio, 6s.

Prefixed is a portrait by Faithorne, of

the Earl of Monmouth.

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Historical View of the Hindu Astronomy. London, 1825. 8vo. with plates, 14s.

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Richard, D.D.

Emendationes in Menandri et Philemonis Reliquias, ex nupera Editione Joannis Clerici. Accedit Epistola de Johanne Malela Antiocheno. Cantab. 1713. 8vo.

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Bentley's Dissertation on the Epis- | famous Queens, &c.—What ceremonie tles of Themistocles, Socrates, euerie woman ought by Gods word to vse in the time of praier, publike or priuate.' Euripides, and others, and the Then The first Lampe of Virginitie,' on Fables of Esop; as originally 49 pages. printed, with occasional Remarks on the whole. Lond. 1777. 8vo. 10s. 6d. A highly esteemed work. Drury, 436, 16s. Heath, 194, 19s. Edwards iii. 11. 8s. Williams, 170, 1. 11s. 6d. Reprinted 1816, 8vo. The first edition appeared 1698,

8vo. 4s.

For the various tracts published on this

controversy. See PHALARIS.

BENTLEY, Richard, D.D. Eight Sermons preached at the Hon. R. Boyle's Lecture. Oxford, 1809.

8vo. 7s. 6d..

The first Boyle Lecture preached. An edition, Camb. 1724. Williams, 168, 10s. 6d. 1735, Bindley, pt. i. 434, 10s.

The second Lampe,' on 252 The third Lampe,' continued from the second to p. 362. At the end is of which begins a table for the three lamps. a neat cut of the last judgment, on the back

The fourth Lampe' continued from the
last judgment and a table.
third to p. 1000, with the same cut of the
The fifth

Lampe,' on 213 pages, with a table at the
end. The sixt Lampe,' on 115 pages.
sixth, to p. 331.
'The seventh Lampe,' continued from the

BENTLY, William. Hallifax and its Gibbet-Law placed in a true Light, together with a Description of the Town: to which are added, the unparallel'd Tragedies committed by Sir John Eland and his grand Antagonists. Lond. 1708. 8vo. 5s.

Richardi Bentleii et doctorum Virorum Epistolæ, partim mutuæ. Accedit Richardi Dawesii ad This work was written by Dr. Samuel Joannem Taylorum Epistola singulished after his death by Bently, who Midgley, when in prison for debt; but publaris. Londini, 1807. 4to.

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In the British Museum is a very large collection of tracts written by, and against this celebrated critic, many of which are of

very rare occurrence.

Thomas. Monvment of Matrones containing seuen seuerall Lamps of Virginitie, or distinct Treatises; whereof the first fiue concerne Praier and Meditation, the other two last, Precepts and Examples, as the woorthie works, partlie of Men, partlie of Women. Printed by H. Denham [1582] 4to. 3 vols.

Black letter. Inglis, 156, (supposed to. be the only perfect copy in existence) 151. Each of these lamps has a distinct titlepage. On the back of the first, or general title-page, is A Praier upon the poesie prefixed,' then follow in order' To Queen Elizabeth.-Lampas Virginitatis.-To the Christian Reader.-Facies militantis Ec

clesia.-Rob. Marbeck ad lectorem.-Argumentum libri.-The names of sundrie

affixed his name as the author. An edition
1712, 12mo. with frontispiece. Heath,
4588, 15s. [1761] with a frontispiece.
Fonthill, 2552, 1. 6s.
Sir M. M. Sykes,
pt.i. 219, russia, 10s.

Benwel Village.-A most pleasant Description of Benwel Village in the County of Northumberland, by Q. Z. Newcastle-upon-Tyne,

1726. 12mo.

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BENYOWSKY, Mauritius Augustus Count de. Memoirs and Travels,consisting of his military Operations in Poland, his Exile into Kamchatka, his Escape and Voyage from that Peninsula through the Northern Pacific Ocean touching at Japan and Formosa, to Car.ton in China, with an Account of the French Settlement he was appointed to form upon the Island of Madagascar. London, 1790.

4to. 2 vols. with port. and plates.

Amidst much that is trifling, and more that is doubtful, this work contains some

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