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ANDERSON, James. Ane godly | xiii-xxxvii. (misprint xxix) title to book 1, Treatis, calit the first and second PP. 1.-457 (misprint, 455). N.B. In some copies p. xxxvii. has been Cumming of Christ, with the Tone cancelled, and by additional matter extendof the Wintersnycht. 1595. Edin-ed to p. xli. burgh, be Robert Smyth. 16mo.

A poem in seven-line stanzas consisting of 16 leaves. Another edition was printed at Edinburgh by Andro Hart.

-Essay shewing that the Crown and Kingdom of Scotland is imperial and independent. Edinburgh,

1705. 8vo. 5s.

For this work, written to confute the mistakes of Drake, and misrepresentations of Atwood, the parliament of Scotland ordered the author a reward, and thanks to be delivered to him by the Lord Chancellor.

Collections relating to the History of Mary Queen of Scotland: with an explanatory Index of the obsolete words, and a Preface. Edinb. 1727-8. 4to. 4 vols. 21. 2s. LARGE PAPER, 31. 3s.

- Royal Genealogies, or the genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings, and Princes, from Adam to these Times. Lond. 1732. folio.

The most useful and valuable work of the kind, and probably the most difficult and laborious one ever undertaken by author or printer. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 146, LARGE PAPER, russia, 61. 5s. Some copies bear the date of 1736, with new addenda and corrigenda after the preface. Bindley, pt.i. 159, 31. 38. Nassau, pt. i. 203, 21. 8s.

- Selectus Diplomatum et Numismatum Scotia Thesaurus, auxit et locupletavit Thomas Ruddimanus. Edinb. 1739. folio.

A highly valuable and useful work, with plates engraved by Sturt. Dent, pt. i. 146, 6L 65. Towneley, pt. i. 72, 6l. 15s. Nassau, pt. i. 204, 7. 12s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 145, 7. 17s. 6d. Brockett, 268, 10, 10s. It is said some copies were printed upon fine paper. The introduction by Ruddiman was afterwards inadequately translated and published with notes. Edinb. 1773. 12mo. 2s. 6d. Brockett, 2653, 9s. A Genealogical History of the House of Yvery: in its different Branches of Yvery, Luvel, Perceval and Gournay. London, 1742. royal 8vo. 2 vols.

This work, written principally by the Rt. Hon. John Percival, first Earl of Egmont, was privately printed.

Collation.-Vol. I.Title, pp. i-xii, 1—30,

Detached Genealogical Tables.

Auberie de Bellomonte.

XII Tables of the eldest Branch of the
House of Yvery, on seven leaves.
Table to Book III.

Descent from the Barons of Kary.
Table to Book IV.

Table the first of the fifth book (at the back) the quarters of Sir Richard de Perceval, first of that name.

Table the second of the fifth book.

PLATES.

'Orate pro Anima Ryc. Perceval.' The Manor of Weston-in-Gordano. Tomb of Rycharde Percyvale-M.CCCC. lxxxiii.

Vol. II. Title, 'To the Reader,' 2 leaves,
title to book vi. pp. i-533. Pages 446
and 447 are missing, and between pp.
452-3, are duplicate pages 453 to 460.
Detached Gen alogical Tables.
Table to the sixth book.
Sydenham, Cave, Tilly, Kitsford, Peck-
stone and Redmere.
House of De la More.
Earls of Flanders, &c.

The thirty-two Quarters of the Children
of John, Lord Visc. Perceval, and the
Lady Catharine Cecil his wife.
Table to Book 7.

PLATES.

The Mannor of Sydenham.
Loghart Castle, near Mallow in Ireland.
Castle of Liscarrol, in the County of Cork.
The Castle of Kanturk.

Map of Part of the Estate of the Right

Hon. John Percival, Earl of Egmont. Monument.

Mount Pleasant, near Tunbridge Wells.
Beverston Castle.

PORTRAITS engraved by Faber.
Rich. Perceval Esq. died 1620.
Alice Wife to Rich. Perceval Esq. living

1599.

The Right Hon. Sir Philip Perceval Kt. died 1647.

Catharine, Wife to Sir Philip Perceval Kt. died 2 Jan. 1681-2.

George Perceval Esq. ob. 25 March 1675.

The Rt. Hon. Sr Ino. Perceval Bart. ob. 1665.

Catharine, Wife to S. Iohn Perceval
Bart. died 17 Aug. 1679.
Robert Perceval Esq. dyed 5 of June,
1677.

Sir Philip Perceval Bart. dyed 11th of
Sept. 1680.

Sr Ino. Perceval Bart. died 1686.

Catharine, Wife to Sr. In°. Perceval | 1799-1802. 8vo. 6 vols. 11. 10s. Bart. died 2d of Feb. 1691-2.

The Honble. Philip Perceval Esq. born 13th of Nov. 1686.

The Right Honble. Iohn Perceval Earl
of Egmont born July 12, 1683.
The Rt. Honble. Catharine Wife to John
Perceval Earl of Egmont born 1689.
Sir Philip Parker Kat, knighted by Q.

Elizth. 1578.

Catherine, Wife to Sir Philip Parker Knt. The Right Hon. John La Visc. Perceval born 24 of Feb. 1710/11. Catharine, Wife to John L. Visct. Perceval marrd. 15 Feb. 1736/7.

The Right Hon. Sir Philip Perceval Knt. died 1647. Engraved by W. H. Toms,

1738.

There are four portraits of the Rawdons,

which were engraved for an intended History of that family-the portraits are sometimes inserted in the House of Yvery, but form no part of the work.

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ANDERSON, James, LL. D. An Account of the present State of the

Hebrides and Western Coasts of Scotland. Edinb. 1785. 8vo. with a map, 5s.

Written expressly to point out means of improvement.

--

The Bee; or Literary Weekly Intelligencer. London, 1790-4. Small 8vo. 18 vols. with portraits. Complete sets of this valuable periodical

work, in which Dr. Anderson received material assistance from men of taste and learning are of rare occurrence. It was printed on three papers. coarse, common, and fine. Constable, No. 17. 11. 10s.

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Essays relating to Agriculture and Rural Affairs. Fifth edition, with Additions and Corrections. London, 1800. 8vo. 3 vols. 10s. 6d. The first edition appeared 1775. 8vo. 1 vol. anonymously.

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ROYAL PAPER, 21. 2s.

A copious list of this eminent Agricultural writer's works, will be found in Watt's Bibliotheca Britannica.

ANDERSON, James, M. D. Letters to Sir Josph Banks, Bart. on the Cochineal Insects, discovered at Madras. Madras, 1788-9-90. 4to. with plates. 10s. 6d.

This writer likewise published An Account of the Importation of American Cochineal Insects into Hindostan. Madras, 1795. John, M.A. Defence of the Church, Government, Faith, Worship and Spirit of the Presbyterians. Glasg. 1714. 4to.

-John. Observations on Roman Antiquities discovered between the Forth and Clyde. Edinb. 1800. 4to.

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Walter, D.D. History of France during the Reigns of Francis I. and Charles IX. To which is prefixed, a Review of the general History of the Monarchy, from its Origin to that Period. London, 1769. 4to. 2 vols. 10s. 6d.

ANDERSON, Walter, D.D. History of France, from the Commencement of the Reign of Henry

Earl of Huntington, Lorde Hastings, &c. White Knights, 115, mor. 11. 1s. An edition, 1595. Inglis, 19. 10s.

ANDREWE, Laurence. The won

III. to the general Peace of Muns-derful Shape and Nature of Man,

ter. London, 1775 82. 4to. 5 vols. ll. 11s. 6d.

This writer's French histories are in no estimation.

- Philosophy of Ancient Greece Investigated; with Remarks on the delineated Systems of their Founders; and some Account of their Lives and Characters, and those of their most eminent Disciples. Edinburgh, 1791. 4to. pp. 585. 15s.

A work of much learning written with a view to supply the deficiences of Stanley's History of Philosophy.

William. Anderson's London Commercial Dictionary and General Sea-Port Gazetteer; with the Duties of Customs and Excise brought down to the present time. A new edition. London, 1826. 8vo. 11. 1s.

A useful work.

ANDRADA, Jacintho Freire of. Life of Don John de Castro Viceroy of India, wherein are seen the Portuguese Voyage in the East Indies, their Discoveries and Con quests there, &c. translated by Sir Peter Wyche, Knt. London, 1664. folio, with a head by Faith

orne and cuts.

The work from which this is translated

is esteemed one of the best written books Roxburghe,

in the Portuguese language.
9217, 7s. M. of Townshend, 196, 11s.

ANDREAS, Anthony. Anthonii Andree super duodecim Libros Metaphysicæ Quæstiones, per Thomam Penketh. Per me Johannem Lettou, 1480. folio.

Supposed to be the first book printed in London. Dr. Dibdin states, that a copy of this work wanting two leaves at the beginning is in the library of Magdalen College, Ox ord. Several other editions were published abroad in the 15th Century.

- Bartimeus. Certaine Sermons upon the fifth Chapiter of the Songs of Solomon. London, 1583. 16io.

Black Letter. 140 leaves, paged from Introduction. Dedicated to Lorde Henrie

Beastes, Serpentes, Fowles, Fishes, and Mousters, translated out of diuers Authors, by Laur. Andrew, of Calis, and printed at Antuerpe, with Pictures, by Joh. Doesborow (1510) folio.

Black Letter. Laurence Andrewe likeSiluer,' and a translation of The Boke wise published The Valuation of Golde and of Distyllacion, by Jherom Brunswyke.'

Thomas. The Unmasking of a feminine Machiavell. Lond. 1604. 4to.

Contains 22 leaves. Dedicated to M.D. Langworth, Archdeacon of Wells.

A poetical tract of little merit, containing a description of the Battle at Newport, in Flanders, 22nd June, 1600. Inglis, Old Plays, 4to. No. 2, 31. Nassau,pt. i. 164, 61. 6s.

ANDREWES, George. Dictionary of the Slang and Cant Languages. London. 12mo, 5s.

ANDREWS, Capt. Journey from Buenos Ayres, through the Provinces of Cordova, Tucuman, and Salta, to Potosi, thence by the Deserts of Caranja to Arica, and subsequently to Santiago de Chili and Coquimbo. London, 1827. post 8vo. 2 vols. PP. 665.

A clear and sensible work, containing much valuable information.

the Court of King's Bench, in the George. Reports of Cases in 11 and 12 years of King George III. with additional Notes and References, &c. by G. W. Vernon, London, 1792. 8vo. 10s. 6d,

Best edition. The former edition 1754, in folio, 7s. 6d.

-H. C. Botanist's Repository for new and rare Plants, containing coloured Figures of such Plants as have not hitherto appeared in any similar Publication, with Descriptions in English and Latin. 1797-1814, 4to. 10 vols.

Lond.

Edwards, 730, vols. 15, 15s. White Knights, pt. i. 156, 8 vols. 20. 9s. 6d. Roscoe, 1767, 9 vols. 30l. 19s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 255, 10 vols. morocco, 397. 7s. 6d.

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ANDREWS, John, LL.D. History of the War with America, France, Spain and Holland, 1775-83. London, 1786. 8vo. 4 vols. 12s.

ANDREWS, H. C. Coloured En-lished An historical Atlas of England, 1797, gravings of Heaths, the Drawings in folio. taken from living Plants only, with the appropriate specific character, full Decription, &c. Lond. 1802-9. folio, 3 vols. with coloured plates. Beckford, 1817, No. 198, 15. 4s. 6d. White Knights, No. 191, dedication copy, morocco, 21. 10s. 6d. Roscoe, No. 1768,

261. 5s.

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James Pettit. Anecdotes, &c. ancient and modern, with observations. London, 1789-90. 8vo. 6s.

Contains pp. 470. Addenda, pp. 106. with a front. representing a man distilling from an alembic. This amusing and hu

morous collection has been several times reprinted.

History of Great Britain (from the Landing of Julius Cæsar to the Accession of Edward VI.) connected with the Chronology of Europe, with Notes. &c. London, 1794-5. 4to. 2 vols. with a front.

Contains pp. 477 and 366. The notes to this valuable historical work contain a great variety of curious and amusing particulars. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 254, 14. 15s. Heath, 4374, 2l. 2s. Fonthill, 651, 21. 13s.

John. Anatomie of Basenesse; or the foure Quarters of a Knaue. Flatterie, Ingratitude, Enuie, Detraction. Lond. 1615.

4to.

Five sheets, dedicated to Sir Robert Sydney, by J. A. Besides this poetical tract (a copy of which is in the Bodleian) this 'painful preacher of God's work' published other things on religious subjects, a list of

which will be found in Dr. Bliss's edition of

Wood's Athen. Oxon. ii. 493-5.

wise published The History of the RevoA judicious compilation. Andrews likelutions of Denmark,' 1774. 8vo. 2 vols. 10s. 6d.

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Præces Privatæ, Gr. et Lat.

Oxon, 1828. 18mo.

This manual of devotions formed of sentences from the sacred scriptures, and the writings of the fathers, was compiled by this learned prelate for his own priIt was found after his decease vate use. worn in pieces by his fingers and wet with his tears.' The first edition was printed at Oxford, 1674. 18mo. with a portrait by D. Loggan, 15s. A translation by N. Drake appeared 1675. 18mo. 3s. and another by George Stanhope, D.D. 1730. 8vo. 4s. which latter has been frequently reprinted.

-XCVI Sermons, published by his Majesties Special Commandment. London, 1531. folio, with portrait, 11. 1s.

Reprinted 1635. 1641. 1661. Some of this eminent divine's sermons were published in 1589, without his consent.

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Patern of Catechistical Doctrine, or Exposition of the Ten Commandments. London, 1642. folio, with portrait, 9s.

Reprinted 1650. 1675. each with a por

trait.

· Collection of Posthumous and Orphan Lectures delivered at St. Paul's and St. Giles's. Lond. 1657. fol. with a portrait by Vaughan, 15s.

A former edition 1649. folio. 12s.
The most popular of all his productions.

Seventeen Sermons modern

ised by the Rev. Charles Daubeny, Archdeacon of Sarum. London, 1821. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

This learned and eminent divine published several other works, chiefly controversial, particularly Tortura Torti, 1609,

Plans of the most capital Cities of Europe, and some remarkable Cities in the other three parts of the world; with a descrip- 4to. and Responsio ad Apologiam Card. Beltion of their most remarkable Build-larmini, 1610, 4to. both of which are conings, &c. &c. London, 1792. 4to. sidered unanswerable. with 42 folding coloured plans, 15s. This map-seller and engraver, also pub

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W. Eusebius. Review of Fox's Book of Martyrs. Nos. 1 to 40.

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the Kemble Collection of Plays. Andromeda Liberata. 1614. See CHAPMAN, George.

5s.

ANGELL, Christ. Christ. Angell a Grecian, who tasted of many Stripes and Torments inflicted by the Turkes, his Account of the Cruelties he endured; also his EpisIm-tle in Commendation of England, particularly Oxford and Cambridge, where he resided for some years. Oxford, 1617. 4to. with wood cuts. In Greek and English. Marq. of Towns-Inglis, 112, 1. 11s.

Andronicus, a Tragedy. pieties long Successe, or Heaven's late Revenge. London, 1661. 8vo. A copy is in the British Museum. ANDRONICUS RHODIUS. Ethicorum Nicomacheorum Paraphrasis, Gr. cum Interpretatione Dan. Heinsii. Cantab. 1679. 8vo. 3s. 6d. The variorum edition, not equal to that of Leyden, 1617. 8vo. Copies of the Cambridge edition of 1679. on FINE PAPER,

are very rare.

-Editio altera. Subjungitur Andronici Libellus περι παθον (edente Th. Gaisford). Oxon. 1809. 8vo. 8s.

A valuable critical edition.

Paraphrase on the Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle, translated by William Bridgman. London, 1807. 4to. 18s.

In this translation Bridgman was greatly assisted by Thomas Taylor, the translator of Plato, Aristotle, &c.

ANEAU, Bart. AAEKTOP. The Cock. Containing the first Part of the most excellent and mytheologicall Historie of the valorous Squire Alector; Sonne to the renowned Prince Macrobius Franc-Gal; and to the Peerelesse Princesse Priscaraxe, Queene of High Tartary. London, 1590. 4to.

Black letter. A copy in Longman and

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Anecdotes of Polite Literature. London, 1764. 12mo. 5 vols.

An amusing and judicious selection, very neatly printed. Steevens, 944, 16s. 6d. Hollis, 30, 11. 2s.

Angel.-The Life of the Rev. Fa. Angel, of Joyeuse, Capuchin Preacher. Douay, 1623. 8vo. with three portraits.

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Nassau, pt. i. 166, 21.

Encomion of the famous

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Enchiridion de Institutis Græcorum Gr. et Lat. Cantab. 1619. 4to. 15s.

A Latin copy of this work learnedly noted' by George Fhelavius, according to Ant. à Wood, appeared at Francof. 1655.

8vo. entitled Status et Ritus Ecclesiæ Græcæ. Copies of both editions are in the British Museum. Angell likewise published De Antichristo,' 1624. 4to.

John. Stenography, or Short Hand improved. London, 1758. 8vo. 4s.

The preface or dedication to this system, which is complex and difficult, was written by Dr. Samuel Johnson. ANGELO, L'Ecole des Armes. Londres, 1763. oblong folio.

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Michael. A Selection of

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A libellous work, written by Dr. Sheb

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