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Memoirs of Dr. Archibald Cameron, by | Life and Writings, Notes, &c. &c. Andrew Henderson. London, 1753. 8vo. by Lord Viscount Strangford. Treason, Sedition, and Rebellion fully London, 1804. crown 8vo.

and impartially considered. With Remarks upon the case of the unhappy Dr. Cameron. London. 1753. 8vo.

CAMERON, Charles. The Baths of the Romans explained and illustrated, with the Restorations of Palladio corrected and improved : to which is prefixed an introductory Preface, pointing out the Nature of the Work, and a Dissertation upon the State of the Arts during the different Periods of the Roman Empire. London, 1771. atlas folio. 31. 3s.

In English and French. Combe, 613,

11. 2s. Towneley, pt. ii. 519, 31. 3s. Fonthill, 1805, 5l. 15s. Edwards, 196, with the plates of the ancient cielings and pic

tures coloured, 11. 11s.

Jenny. See ARBUTHNOT,

Archib.

CAMFIELD, Benjamin. A theological Discourse of Angels and their Ministries. London, 1678. 8vo. 4s.

CAMOENS, Luis de. The Lusiad, or Portugalls historicall Poem written in the Portingall Language by Luis de Camoens; and now newly put into English by Richard Fanshaw, Esq. London, 1655. folio.

Pp. 246, dedicated to William Earle of Stafford, with a bust-portrait of Camoens, and full length portraits of Prince Henry of Portugal and Vasco de Gama. A crititique on this version will be found in the Quarterly Review, xxvii. 26-9. Heath, 2139, 14. 6s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 106, russia, 1. 6s. Bindley, pt. i. 1137, 1. 10s. Lloyd, 818 (title wanting) 21. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 256, 3l. 10s.

Pp. 160. Lord Byron observes "It is to be remarked, that the things given to the public as Poems of Camoens, are no more in the Song of Solomon.'-1808.-1810. to be found in the original Portuguese, than Brockett, 2928, 7s.

CAMOENS, Luis de. The Lusiad an Epic Poem in ten Cantos. Transl. into English Verse, with Notes. By Thomas Moore Musgrave. London, 1826. 8vo. Published at 1. 1s.

Memoirs of Camoens have been published by John Adamson, 1820. 8vo. 2 vols. Campaigns.-The History of the Campaigns of 1796 and 1797, in Germany and Italy; and of the Campaigns of 1799 in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and Hol

land. Translated from the French.

London, 1800-1. 8vo. 6 vols.

21 2s.

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A Narrative of the Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New OrThe Lusiad; or the Disco-leans, under General Ross, Pakenham very of India, translated by Wm. and Lambert, in the Years 1814 and 1815; Julius Mickle. Second Edition with some Account of the Countries visited. By the Author of 'The Subaltern.' Lon(with some Emendations and Addi-don, 1826. 8vo. 12s. In this excellent tions). Oxford, 1778. 4to. 10s. 6d. work, the author describes the scenes and According to the Quarterly Review a feelings which belong to a soldier's life, highly admirable but unfaithful transla- with peculiar clearness and force.' tion of this prince of Portuguese poets.

Heath, 2140, 14. 11s. 6d. The first edi

tion appeared 1776. 4to. 7s. 6d. Reprinted 1798. 8vo. 2 vols. Edwards, 158, 10s. 6d.

1807. 12mo. 3 vols. with plates. - Poems, with Remarks on his

CAMPAN, Madame. Memoirs of the private Life of Marie Antonette, Queen of France and Navarre to which are added, Recollections, Sketches and Anecdotes,

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Another work, entitled Discourse touching the Spanish Monarchy. 1654. 4to. 5s. Campania. Strange Newes from Campania a Province in Italy. Printed at Attalia, in the Yeare 1647. 4to. 10s. 6d.

Pp. 8. A copy is in the British Museum. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 659. 31. 3s.

Grammar

CAMPBELL, A. D. of the Teloogoo Language, commonly called the Gentoo. Madras,

1816. 4to.

Journal of the Adventures and
Escape of the Young Chevalier,
after the Battle of Culloden. Lon-
don, 18-. 12mo. 3s. 6d.

CAMPBELL, Alexander. History of Lieth, from the earliest Accounts to the present Period; with a Sketch of the Antiquities of the Town. Leith, 1824. 8vo. 8s. 6d.

Doctrines Hon. Archibald. of a middle State between Death and the Resurrection; of Prayers for the Dead and the Necessity of Purification. London, 1721. folio. 6s.

A curious work, according to Boswell, written by a learned and respectable gentleman, a non-juring bishop. Bindley, pt. i. 1133, 9s.

Archibald, D.D. The Authenticity of the Gospel-histor justified and the Truth of the Christian Revelation demonstrated, from the Laws and Constitution of Hu

man Nature. Edinb. 1759. 8vo.

2 vols. 10s.

Archibald.

- Dictionary of the Teloogoo Language, commonly called the Voyage round Gentoo. Madras, 1821. 4to. 51. 5s. the World, from 1806 to 1812, -Alexander. Introduction to in which Japan, Kamschatka, the History of Poetry in Scotland, the Aleutian Islands, and the with a Conversation on Scottish Sandwich Islands were visited, Song. To which are subjoined &c. Edinburgh, 1816. 8vo. 6s. Songs of the Lowlands of Scotland, with characteristic Designs Edinb. 1798-9. by David Allan. 4to. 2 vol.

A valuable work, containing much in-
teresting matter in a miscellaneous form.'-
Bindley,
Park. Dent, pt. i. 637, 21. 2s.
Goldsmid, 151, 2l. 2s.
pt. i. 1647, 21. 6s.
Constable, 219,
Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 887.
LARGE
31. 4s.
Gough, 858, 14. 11s. 6d.
Roxburghe, 3191, 31. 4s. date
Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 580. 31. 78.

PAPER.
1788 ?
date 1793?

-Journey from Edinburgh through Parts of North Britain. London, 1802. 4to. 2 vols.

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Pp. 840, with forty-four engravings. model to the tourist. Nassau, pt. i. 640, 11. 1s. Roxburghe, 7218, russia, 21. 3s. Impartial History of the Rebellion in Scotland in the Years 1745-6; to which is added a

A work containing much curious and in

teresting information particularly relative to the Sandwich Islands.

Colen, John WOOLFE, and Vitruvius BriJames GANDON. tannicus, or, the British Architect; containing the Plans, Elevations and Sections of the regular Buildings, both publick and private, in Great Britain, with Variety of new Designs. London, 1715, 17, 25, 67, 71. folio. 5 vols.

675, 194. 19s.

Fonthill, 2513, vols. i. ii. iii. 61. 6s. 1723, LARGE PAPER, 5 vols. iv. v. 6l. 16s. 6d. Edvols. Nassau, pt. wards, 183, russia, 301, morocco, 321. Os. 6d.

Dent, pt. i. 501, Roxburghe, 1647,

vols. i. ii. iii. 31. 13s. 6d. Supp. 713. vols. i. and ii. 11. 5s. Bindley, pt. i. 938, vols. i. ii. iii. 2l. 12s. 6d.

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Journey over Land

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George, D.D. Lectures on
Ecclesiastical History: to which
is added, an Essay on Christian
Temperance and Self-denial. With
some Account of the Life and
Writings of the Author, by the
Rev. G. S. Keith. London, 1813.
8vo. 2 vols. 16s.

A most valuable and excellent work,
displaying profound and accurate research.

CAMPBELL, John, LL.D. The
military History of the Prince
Eugene, and the Duke of Marl-
borough. London, 1736. folio.
2 vols.

-History of the Old Testament,
digested, into the Order of Time.
Loudon, 1738. folio, 2 vols. 18s.
In little estimation.

- A political Survey of Britain.
London, 1774. 4to. 2 vols.

ful research and labor though held in little
A very useful work, displaying wonder-
estimation. The index is sometimes want-
ing. Bindley, pt. i. 1624, 13s. 6d. Ed-
wards, 605, 14s. 6d. Towneley, pt. ii.
459, 19s. Reed, 3541, 14. 5s. Steevens,
1742, 1. 5s. Horne Tooke, 116, 1l. 10s.
Heath, 1410, 1. 15s.

Lives of the British Admirals,

An edition 1800. Gosset, 1063, 11s. by H. R. Yorke and W. Steven-
Reprinted 1824. 8vo. 1 vol. 7s.
son. London, 1812-17. 8vo. 8
vols. 11. 103.

The Philosophy of Rhetoric. London,
1776. 8vo. 2 vols. 12s. Heath, 135, 16s.
Reprinted Edinb. 1816. 8vo. 2 vols. 15s.
An abridgment by Jameson. 1823. 12mo.

7s. 6d.

Lectures on systematic Theology and
Pulpit Eloquence. 1807. 8vo. 9s.

A Dissertation on Miracles, with a Cor-
respondence on the Subject by Mr. Hume,
Dr. Campbell and Dr. Blair. To which

are added, Sermons and Tracts. Edinb.

1797. Svo. 2 vols. 15s. Best edition of
this masterly defence of the evidence aris-
ing from miracles. Reprinted Edinb. 1812.

8vo. 9s.

Lectures on the Pastoral Character.
Newly edited by J. Fraser, D.D. London,
1811. 8vo. 5s.

Sir Hugh, of Calder. An
Essay on the Lord's Prayer. Edinb.
1709. small 8vo. 4s.

Constable, 115, 7s. 6d.

Hugh, LL.D. The Case of
Mary Queen of Scots, and of
Elizabeth Queen of England, drawn
from the State Papers, and most
authentic Sources. Lond. 1825.
8vo. 12s.

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A Treatise on mo-
dern Faulconry. Edinb. 1773. 8vo.

The introduction was written by the
Rev. Alex. Gillies in ridicule of Lord Mon-
boddo's origin and progress of language
then lately published. The account of
hawking is fabulous. Bindley, pt. i. 1070.

5s. 6d.

Best edition, with portraits. LARGE
PAPER, 21. 2s.-1744. 8vo. 4 vols. Reed,
4896, 158.-1779. 8vo. 4 vols. with maps
and fronts.-1781. 4 vols. Stanley, 55,
21. Edinb. 1785. Svo. 4 vols.

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argued and ruled at Nisi Prius in
John. Reports of Cases
the Courts of K. B. and C. P.
1807-16. London, 1809-16. royal

8vo. 4 vols. 31. 10s.

Starkie and by Ryan and Moody.
These reports are continued by Tho.

Africa, undertaken at the Request
Rev. John. Travels in South
of the Missionary Society. Lon-
don, 1815, 1822. 8vo. 3 vols.

These narratives contain accounts of
some populous tribes and large towns
hitherto unknown. Notices will be found
in the Quart. Rev. xiii. 309-40, xxvii.
364-77.

John. The Stafford Peerage:
to which are prefixed genealogical
Tables containing a lineal Descent
of the two noble Candidates
(Richard Stafford Cooke, Esq and
Sir George Jerningham, Bart.).
London, 1818. 4to.

Two genealogical tables should accompany
Pp. 300, dedicated to the Prince Regent.
the work.

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Robert. The Life of John
Duke of Argylle and Greenwich.
London, 1745. 8vo.

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Pp. with a genealogical table. Marq. of Townshend, 325, 7s. 6d. Remarks upon the Life in a Letter to Robert Campbell,

Esq. Lond. 1745. 8vo.

CAMPBELL, Thomas, LL.D. Strictures on the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Ireland, also an historical Sketch of the Constitution and Government. Dublin, 1789. 8vo. 8s.

A well written and ingenious work. Thomas. Annals of Great Britain, from the Ascension of George III. to the Peace of Amiens. Edinb. 1807. 8vo. 3 vols. Brockett, 566, 10s. Earl of Kerry, 21, 15s. Specimens of the British Poets, with biographical and critical Notices, and an Essay on English Poetry. London, 1819. crown 8vo. 7 vols.

A much esteemed selection. Brockett, 570, 21. 2s. Drury, 683, morocco, 5l. 15s. 6d. Of the essay prefixed to the first volume, three copies were printed on paper of an imperial octavo size.

The Poetical Works, now first collected. London, 1828. post 8vo. 2 vols. 18s.

Prefixed is a portrait after Sir Thomas Lawrence.

Gertrude of Wyoming and other Poems. Lond. 1:09 4to.-1810. 8vo.-1816. 12mo. -1820. 12mo. with plates after Westall.

Theodric, a domestic Tale, with other Poems. London, 1824. fsc. Svo. 8s.

The Pleasures of Hope,with other Poems. 1803. 4to. with plates. Roxburghe, 3539, 16s. White Knights, 4637, 12s. Frequently reprinted. One of the most beautiful didactic poems in our language.'-Lord Byron.

CAMPENSIS, John. A Paraphrasis vpon all the Psalmes of Dauid, traslated oute of Latyne into Englyshe. 1535.24mo.

B, in eights. Prefixed is an epistle Vnto the Reader.' After the Psalms, is a table, and 'The boke of Solomon called

Ecclesiastes.

CAMPER, Peter. The Works on the Connexion between the Science of Anatomy and the Arts of Drawing, Painting, Statuary, &c. in two Books. Translated from the Dutch, by T. Cogan, M.D. London, 1794. 4to. 15s.

Pp. 200, with 17 plates.

CAMPION, Edmund. A true Report of the Disputation. or rather priuate Conference, had in the Tower of London, with Edm. Campion, lesuite. Lond. 1583. 4to. 10s. 6d.

This is considered the best vindication of the proceedings against Edm. Campion. Reed, 3542, 11, 12s.

An Advertisement and Defence for Trueth against her Backbiters, and specially against the whispering Favourers his Confederats Treasons. 1581. 4to. and Colourers of Campion's, and the rest of One sheet of four leaves, the last page blank.

A briefe Censure vppon two Bookes written (by W. Charke and M. Hanmer) in Answere to M. Edmonde Campions Offer of Disputation. Doway, by John

Lyon, 1581. 16mo. 84 pp. Lloyd, 319, 11s. Roscoe, 624, 8s. Ascribed to Rob. Parsons. To this censure W. Charke made a reply.

A particular Declaration or Testimony of the undutiful and traytorous Affection, borne against her Majesty, by Edmond Campion, Jesuit, and other condemned Priests, witnessed by their own Confessions. London, 1582. 4to. 3 sheets and a half. Lloyd, 493, 9s. Inglis, 326, 17s. Nassau, pt. i. 880, inlaid, 14. 18s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1567, 8s. Reprinted in the sixth number of Morgan's Phoenix Britannicus.

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A true Reporte of the Death and Martyrdome of M. (Edmund) Campion, Iesuite and Preiste, and M. (Rodulph) Sherwin, and M. (Alexander) Bryan, Preistes at Tiborne, the first of December, 1581. served and written by a Catholike Preist, Whereunto is which was present thereat. annexid certayne Verses made by sundrie Persons (Doway, 1582). 16mo. 26 leaves. This anonymous tract is attributed to Robert Parsons. Lloyd, 1095, 4. 9s. It was written in answer to one by Ant. Munday, entitled A Discoverie of Edmund Campion, and his Confederates.

1582. 12mo. has been translated into

French, Paris, 1582. 12mo. and into Italian, Turino, 1582. 4to.

A Defence of the Censure gyuen vpon two Bookes of William Charke and Mere

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dith Hanmer, whiche they wrote against M. Edmond Campian, and against his Offer of Disputation. An. 1582. 8vo. Prethis booke' (i. e. Robert Parsons). The fixed are an epistle by The setter forth of answere to the preface.' 'The contentes.' The censure is given entire in paragraphs, printed in Italics; the defence of each follows, printed in Roman. 173 pages, besides the prefixes, and a table at the end.

Edmvndi Campiani Iesvitæ Rationes decem, quibus fretus, Certamen Anglica

næ Ecclesiæ Ministris obtulit in Causa Fidei, et ad eas Gvlielmi Whitakeri Responsio. Antv. 1582. 8vo. 7s.

Edmyndi Campiani oblati Certaminis in Causa Fidei Rationes decem redditi Academicis Angliæ. Addita est brevis Narratio Vitæ & Martyrii eiusdem Campiani. Ingolst. 1584. 12mo

Rationes decem qvibus fretvs Certamen Adversari's obtvlit in Causa Fidei Edmundus Campianus. Herbip. 1589. 12mo. This work, says Granger, written against the Protestant religion, has been solidly answered by several of our best divines. The Roman Catholics, according to Ant. à Wood, count it an epitome of all their doctrine.-Rochelle, 1585. 8vo. -Cadomi, 1616.-Antv. 1631. 3s. 6d. These reasons were first printed in the house of one Stonor, a Cath. gent. living near to Henley, in Oxfordshire, an. 1581, afterwards, at least five times, publicly beyond the seas, (of which one was at Aug. Trev. 1583 in Concertat. Eccles. Cath.) and at length were translated into English Lond. 1687. 4to. These reasons were very learnedly answered by Will. Whittaker of Cambridge, and replyed upon by John Durey, a Scot; which Durey was answered by Dr. Laur. Humphrey.'-Ant. à Wood.

Edmvndi Campiani Opuscula omnia nunc primum e MS. edita. Mediol. 1625. 16mo. CAMPION, Edmund. See MUNDAY, Anthony. CHARKE, William. HANMER, Meredith. ELLYOT, George. WHITAKER, William. BOMBIN, Paul. A life of Campion will be found in Dr. Bliss' edition of Wood's Athen. Oxon. i. 473-8.

CAMPION, Thomas. Observations in the Art of English Poesie. Printed by Ric. Field, 1602. square

12mo.

This gave rise to Daniel's Defence of Rhyme. The observations, consisting of 25 leaves, are reprinted in Ancient critical Essays upon English Poets and Poesy. London, 1815. 4to. Campion's object was to prove that the English tongue was capable of admitting as many and various measures as the Greek and Latin, and to explode what he terms the childish titilation of riming.'

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The Description of a Maske, presented before the Kinges Majestie, at White-Hall, in Honour of the Lord Hayes, and his Bride, Daughter and Heire to the Lorde Dennye. London, 1607, 4to. On the back of the title is a whole-length figure of a man richly dressed in the costume of the stage. Roxburghe, 4543, 15s. Dent, pt. i. 638, 1. 1s. Rhodes, 705, 10. Reprinted in Nichols' Progresses of K. James 1.

A Relation of the late Royall Entertainment given by the Lord Knowles, at Caw

some House neere Redding, to Queen Anne, in her Progresse towards the Bathe, vpon the seuen and eight and twentie Dayes of Aprill 1613. London, 1613. 4to. White Knights, 1549, morocco, 11. 2s. Garrick, 1845. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 592, 21. 5s. pt. iii. 791, 1. 1s. Dent, pt. i. 1145, 37. 11s. Rhodes, 707, 104. Reprinted in Nichols' Progresses of K. James I.

Songs (7) of Mourning: bewailing the vntimely Death of Prince Henry. Worded by Tho. Campion. And set forth to bee sung with one Voyce to the Lute or Violl : By John Coprario. London, 1613. folio. Ten leaves. 51. 5s. A copy of this publication, inscribed in a copy of Latin verses to Frederick, Count Palatine, the brother-inlaw of Prince Henry, is in the Bodleian Library.

The Description of a Maske, presented in the Banqueting Roome at Whitehall, at the Mariage of the Earl of Somerset and the Lady Frances Howard. Whereunto are annexed divers choyse Ayres composed from this Maske, that may be sung with a single Voyce to the Lute or Baseviall. London, 1614. 4to. Dent, pt. i. 639, 11. 7s. pt. ii. 723, 31. 4s. Rhodes, 706, 101. Reprinted in Nichols' Progresses of K. James I.

Tho. Campiani Epigrammatum Libri II. Vmbra. Londini, 1619. 12mo. Of the two Books of Epigrams, the first contains 225, the latter, 228, then follows the Umbra, a long Poem, with 13 Elegies.

A new Way of making fowre Parts in Counter-point, by a most familiar, and infallible Ryle. Secondly, a necessary Discourse of Keyes and their proper Closes. Thirdly, the allowed Passages of all ConAlso by Way of Preface, the Nature of the cords perfect, or imperfect, are declared. Scale is expressed, with a briefe Method teaching to sing. Pr. by T. S. for John Browne. 8vo. These musical instructions, probably published about 1613, were reprinted as The Art of setting or composing of Mvsick in Parts.' London, 1660. 8vo. as The Art of Descant, or composing Musick in Parts,' &c. 1674. 8vo. Some of Campion's poems are printed in Davison's Poetical Rhapsody.

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CAMPIS, Thomas de. Fiue notable Chapytres moche profytable for euery Man, dylygently to recorde, and after do folowe thyrtene Degrees of Mortyfycacyon. Impr. by me Rob. Wyer. 16mo.

Contains c 6, in eights. At the end 'Hec, Thomas de Campis.'

CAMUS, C. S. L. A Treatise on the Teeth of Wheels, Pinions, &c. Translated from the French,

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