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cruel massacre, and in the second volume of the Oxford Collection of Voyages and

Travels, six tracts relative to the affair will be found. North, pt. iii. 579. Three Tracts, 21.

AMBROSE, Isaac. The whole Works. London, 1701. folio, with portrait, 11.

The works of this noted presbyterian teacher are much esteemed by the Calvinists, particularly his 'Looking unto Jesus,' first published, London, 1658, 4to. and frequently since reprinted both in 4to. and 8vo. Editions of the works were published 1674. 1682. 1689. 1769. in folio. Glasgow, 1796. 8vo. 4 vols. Manchester, 1799. 8vo. 2 vols.

AMBROSE, Saint, Bishop of Milan. St. Ambrose of Oppression; translated by John Oswen. Worcester, by John Oswen, 1550.

16mo.

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-Of the Vocation and Callyng of all Nations; newly translated by Henry Becher. London 1561. 8vo.

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Black letter, contains T 4 in eights. Christian Offices Cristal Glass, in three Books, translated into English, by R. Humphrey. London, 1637, 4to.

Humphrey likewise translated two letters concerning the restoring the altars to the victorious senate, written by St. Ambrose, 1637, 4to.

AMBROSS, Miss. The Life and Memoirs of the late Miss Ann Catley the celebrated actress: with Biographical Sketches of Sir Francis Blake Delaval, and the Hon. Isabella Pawlet, Daughter of the Earl of Thanet. London, 1790. 8vo. pp. 56. with portrait, 5s.

Amera Singha. See COLE

BROOKE.

America.- Voyages and Discoveries in South America, the first up the River of Amazons to Quito, in Peru, and back again to Brazil, by Christopher D'Acuna. The second up the River of Plata, and

thence by Land to the Mines of Potozi, by M. Acarete. The third from Cayenne into Guiana, in Search of the Lake of Parima,-by M. Grillet and Bechamel. Done into English from the originals. London, 1698 8vo. with maps.

Heath, 2749, 5s. Nassau, pt. ii. 885, 7s. Roxburghe, 7353, 14s.

America An Account of the European Settlements in America. In Six Parts. London, 1758. 8vo. 2 vols 10s. 6d.

This excellent work, frequently reprinted has been confidently attributed to the celebrated Edmund Burke, but he never acknowledged himself the author.

Travels through the Interior Parts of America. In a Series of Letters. By an Officer (Thomas Anburey). London, 1789, or 1791. 8vo. 2 vols.

Dent, pt. 47, 1. Drury, 57, 1. 3s. Fonthill, 2779, 1l. 14s.

Summary View of America, containing a Description of the Face of the Country, and of several of the principal Cities: and Remarks on the social, moral and political Character of the People. By an Englishman. London, 1824. 8vo. pp. 503. published at 10s. 6d.

A valuable work, written in a luminous and candid manner.

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mordia. Peterborough.

Bibliotheca Americana; or, Books, &c. &c. upon the Subject a Chronological Catalogue of of North and South America, with an Introductory Discourse on the present State of Literature in those Countries. Lond. 1789.4to. pp. 271. Bindley, pt. i. 926, 4s. 6d. Fonthill, 850, 9s.

Laws of the United States of America, past at the first Session of the first Congress; continued by the Acts of Congress to 1801. Philadelphia, 1796-1801. 8vo. 5 vols. 21. 2s.

American Atlas, or Guide to the History of North and South America, and the West Indies. Phila

delphia, by Carey and Lea. Small larged, with copious Notes, by T. Atlas folio, 51. F. Dibdin, D.D. London, 1810, 12, 16, 19. 4to. vols. 1, 2, 3, 4.

Consisting of 53 charts, coloured. American Philosophical Society. Transactions of the Society held at Philadelphia, 5 vols. 1789-1802. New Series, Vol. i. 1804. delphia. 4to. 6 vols.

For Transactions of various other Societies. See Philadelphia. Boston.

An invaluable work, which it is much to be regretted has not been completed, for Sir M. want of sufficient encouragement. Phila-M. Sykes, 877, 3 vols. 5. 5s. Bindley, pt. ii. 383, 3 vols. 5. 12s. 6d. Brockett, 103, 4 vols. 7. 17s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, only 66 copies printed, with additional portraits. White Knights, pt. i. 142, 2 vols. 13. 13s. Towneley, pt. i. 505, 2 vols. 314. 10s. Beckford, 1817. No. 186, 3 vols. 261. 5s. Perry, Dowdespt. i. 1485, 4 vols. 22. 11s. 6d. well, 311, 4 vols. 23. 10s. Strettell, 817, 4 vols. with duplicate proof impressions, 34. 13s.

American Preacher.-Discourses selected from the American Preacher Edinb. 1796 8vo. 2 vols.

Williams, 591, 1l. 11s. 6d. American Traveller, by an old and experienced Trader. London, 1769. 4to. 5s.

A valuable work by Alexander Cluni, published, it is said, under the auspices and

at the command of Lord Chatham.

AMERIE, Robert. Chester's
Triumph in Honor of her Prince,
as it was performed upon St.
Georges Day, 1610, in the foresaid
Citie. London, 1610. 4to.
Dent. pt. i. 985, 7l. 10s. Rhodes, 462,

81. 12s.

AMES, Joseph. Catalogue of English Heads, or an Account of about 2000 Prints, describing what is peculiar to each, &c. Lond. 1748, 8vo.

The Fothergill Collection. The first attempt at giving a list of portraits, since followed up by Granger, Noble, Bromley, &c. Dent, pt. i. 35, 5s. 6d. Bindley, pt. i. 76. 8. Dowdeswell, 6, 8s. Strettell, 5, 10s 6d. -Typographical Antiquities; being an Historical Account of Printing in England, &c. Lond. 1749. 4to Contains pp. 589, besides dedication, preface, list of subscribers 5 leaves, and index, 13 leaves. Bindley, pt. i. 121, 13s. 6d. Willett, 77, 17. 11. 6d. Ames likewise published a atalogue of English Printers from 1471 to 1600,' 4to. 2 leaves.

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- A new Edition, considerably augmented by William Herbert. London, 1785, 8, 90. 4to. 3 vols. Of this edition 500 copies were printed

SMALL

on small, a d 50 on large paper.
PAPER.-Bp. of Ely, 158, 21. 8s. Bindley,
pt. i. 122, 2/. 12s. 6d. Willett, 78, 4. 8s.
LARGE PAPER.-Edwards, 22, 34. 6s.
Dent, pt. i. 124, russia, 31. 7s. Towneley,
pt. ii. 1061, russia, 4. 17s. Roxburghe,
6530, 64. 10s.

A new Edition greatly en

AMES, William, D. D. Fresh Suit against Roman Ceremonies in God's Worship; or a Triplication to Dr. Burgess's Rejoinder for Dr. Morton. London, 1633. 4to. with a portrait by W. Marshall, 6s.

Exposition of both the Epistles of the Apostle Peter, illustrated by Doctrines out of every Text. London, 1641. 4to. 6s.

This work was originally published in at Amsterdam, in 1625-8-35. Latin Mosheim acknowledges, that the productions of Ames are not void of merit, considering the times in which they were

written.'

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of three, four, five, and six Parts, for Voices and Viols. London, 1615. 4to.

Sotheby's in 1823, (Bassus only, 4s.) AMNER, Richard. Essay towards the Interpretation of the Prophecies of Daniel, with occasional Remarks upon some of the most celebrated Commentaries on them. London, 1776. 8vo. 5s.

An ingenious though unconvincing work, written by an Unitarian. The author likewise published An Account of the positive Institutions of Christianity.' 1774. 8vo. 2s. 6d. and Considerations on a future State,' &c. 1797. 8vo. 5s.

AMORY, Thomas. Memoirs of several Ladies of Great Britain. London, 1769. 12mo. 2 vols. 10s.

Hollis, 828, 12s. 6d. The former edition of this work appeared in 1755. 8vo. with

two letters to the reviewers. An excellent

notice of this Unitarian romance will be found in the Retrosp. Review, vi. 100-13. Life of John Buncle, Esq.

London, 1825. 8vo. 3 vols.

The former editions of this amusing and singular work, which is a sort of sketch of his own life, appeared in 1756-66. 8vo. and 12mo. 4 vols. Edition, 1766, Hollis,

768, 2 vols. 17s.

AMOS, William. Minutes in Agriculture and Planting, illustrated with dried Specimens of natural Grasses. Boston and London, 1810. royal 4to. 6s.

This author likewise published, The Theory and Principles of the Drill Husbandry.' London, 1794. 4to. 7s. 6d. and Minutes of Agriculture and Planting.' London, 1804. 7s. 6d.

Amours of English Gallantry, in several Poems. London, 1675. 8vo. Perry, pt. i. 131, 1l. 11s. Bindley, pt. i. 58, 4l. 18s.

Amours of Messalina, late Queen of England, (Queen of James II.) London, 1689. 12mo.

Perry, pt. i. 44, 8s. 6d. French editions appeared in 12mo. in Cologne, 1689, and Ville-Franche, 1691.

AMSINCK, Paul. Tunbridge Wells and its Neighbourhood, illustrated by a Series of Etchings and Historical Descriptions. By Paul Amsinck, Esq. The Etchings executed by Letitia Byrne. Lond.

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course concerning divine Dreams mention'd in Scripture, translated from the French, by James Lowde. London, 1676. 8vo. 5s. A curious work by an eminent French Protestant Divine. A translation of his Treatise concerning Religions' appeared in 1660. 12mo. 4s.

Anabaptists anatomized and silenced in a Public Dispute. London, 1654. 8vo. with front. by Cross.

Nassau, pt. i. 34, 15s. In the British Museum Catalogue are many tracts, &c. relating to the Anabaptists.

ANACREON. Oda, Gr. et Lat. cum Notis et variis Accessionibus, Opera et Studio Josua Barnes. Cantab. 1705. 12mo. with three portraits, viz. of Anacreon, the Duke of Marlborough, and Barnes, 6s.

Reprinted Cantab. 1721, and Lond. 1734. The edition of 1721 is preferred, Edition 1705. that of 1734 is incorrect. Gosset, 101, 10s. Heath, 3451, 16s. 6d.

16s. 6d. Williams, 40,

morocco, 1. 11s. Edition 1721. White

Bindley, pt. i. 208, Knights, 105, 9s.

19s.

Dent, pt. i. 39, mor.

Carmina Gr. et Lat. Mendis purgavit, Notasque cum nova Interpretatione litterali adjecit Will. Baxter. Londini, 1710. 12mo.

A former edition ap

wood. Gosset, 102, 7s. 6d. An excellent edition according to Har38, mor. 11s. 6d. Dent, pt. i. peared in 1695. Dent, pt. i. 37, 8s. Carmina, Gr. et Lat. cum

439, 14. 10s.

Notis et Indice (edente Mich. Maittaire). Lond. 1725. 4to. 15s. One hundred copies printed. Bindley, pt. i. 522, russia, 11. Duke of Grafton, ANACREON. Carmina, Gr. cum Novis Versionibus, Scholiis et Notis (edente Mich. Maittaire). Lond. 1740. 4to.

One hundred copies printed on common, and six copies on fine writing paper. This edition contains the notes of Buthillerius, which are not in that of 1725. Drury, 2800, russia, 19s. Willett, 83, 11. 2s. Bp. of Ely, 170, 11. 6s.

Carmina cum Notis perpetuis. Accedunt ejusdem ut perhibentur Fragmenta et Poetrie Sapphus, quae supersunt. Lond. 1742. 12mo

53.

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ANACREON. Anacreon done into

English out of the original Greek, (by T. Wood, A. Cowley, Oldham, and Francis Willis.) Oxon. 1683. 8vo. 3s. to 5s.

Another translation of Anacreon and

Sappho, by Sewell, 1713. 12mo. 2s. 6d.

translated into English Verse; with Notes explanatory and poetical. To which are added, the Odes, &c. of Sappho. By John Addison. London, 1735. 12mo. A good translation, with the Greek Text, and useful notes. White Knights, 110,

6s.

Fonthill, 3548, 8s.

Anacreon, Sappho, Bion, Moschus, and Musæus, translated by a Gentleman of Cambridge, (Francis Fawkes, M.A.) London, 1760. 12mo.

An esteemed translation, reprinted 1789. 12mo. and inserted in Anderson and Chalmers' Collections of the Poets. Dent, pt. i. 45, 5s. 6d. Fonthill, 3549, 9s.

Anacreon and Sappho, with Pieces from ancient Authors, &c. (by E. B. Greene.) London, 1768. 12mo.

In little estimation. Garrick, 56, 7s. 6d. and 57, 7s. A literal translation of Anacreon, was also published by the Rev. D. H. Urquhart, 1787. 12mo. 2s. 6d.

-Odes, translated into English Verse, with Notes by Thomas Moore. London, 1800. 4to. pp. 280, with three plates, 15s.

An elegant, spirited, and highly poetical version, frequently reprinted in 12mo. The edition 1802. 12mo. 2 vols. on LARGE

PAPER, Dent, pt. i. 46, mor. 11. 2s.

of the Spanish Drama, and Specimens of the Writers of the different Ages. Londou, 1818. 12mo. 5s.

Anacreon. The Odes translated| Literature, followed by a History into English Measure, by Lord Thurlow. Lond. 1822. 12mo. 5s. Of Anacreon there have been other translations, viz. by the Rev. Hercules Younge, 1802, 12mo.; by Thomas Girdlestone, M.D. 1803, crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.; by the Rev. Thomas Gilpin, 1807, 12mo. 3s.; by T. Orger, L.L.D. 1825, 12mo. 3s. 6d.

nora.

ANDERSON, Adam. Deduction of the Origin of Commerce from the earliest Accounts. Carefully revised, corrected and continued to

4to. 4 vols.

Analecta Græca Majora et Mi- the present Time. London, 1801. Vide DALZEL, A. Analogia Honorum. See LoGAN, J.

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And. Dacier.

Anas. Selections from the French Anas: containing Remarks of eminent Scholars on Men and Books; together with Anecdotes and Apophthegms of illustrious Persons. London, 1797. 12mo. 2 vols. 7s.

Anastasius. See HOPE.

Anatomie of a Woman's Tongue, divided into five Parts; Medicine, a Poison, a Serpent, Fire, and Thunder. London, 1638. 4to.

A scarce poetical tract. Anatomie of the World, with its Frailtie and Decav, a Poem. Lond. 1621. 8vo. Two Parts.

Perry, pt. i. 132, 1. 8s. Anatomy of a Hande in the Manner of a Dyall, necessary for all People. Imprented at Holy Well, by Wyllyam Follingham for Richarde Bankes. 1544. 12mo. Black letter.

ANAYA, A. Essay on Spanish

A justly celebrated and valuable work, replete with useful information, though in some measure superseded by David Macpherson's Annals of Commerce. The first edition appeared 1764. folio. 2 vols. 15s. Heath, 1408, 14. 15s. Another edition,

1789, 4to. 4 vols.

ANDERSON, Eneas. Narrative in 1792, 1793, and 1794. Lond. of the British Embassy to China, 1795. 4to. 12s.

This narrative of Earl Macartney's Embassy is of little value in comparison with that of Sir G. L. Staunton, Bart. Fonthill, 3086, 21. An abridgment also appeared

in 1795.

sailed from the Downs in April, Journal of the Forces which 1800, on a secret Expedition under till their arrival in Minorca, and the command of Lieut. Gen. Pigot, continued through all the subsequent transactions of the Army to the surrender of Alexandria: with a particular account of Malta. Lond. 1802. 4to. with engravings, 10s. to 15s.

Re

Fonthill, 3106, 21. 4s. ANDERSON, Sir Edmund. ports in the Common Pleas, chiefly in the reign of Q. Elizabeth, in French. London, 1664, 5. folio. 2 parts, with portrait by W. Faithorne, 10s. LARGE PAPER,15s.

Sotheby's in 1824. 1. Among the Seignior Edm. Anderson, senr. chiefe JusMS. Harl. 4817, are 'Les Reportes de

tice de Common Bane.'

-Henry The Court Convert, or a sincere Sonow for Sin, faithfully traversed, expressing the Dignity of a true Pnitent. Printed for the Author, 18mo. 5s.

Contains pp. 9 to 32, with a title and episthe name of Audley as the author. tle dedicatory. Some copies ofthis poem have

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