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A Confession of Faith according to the best reformed Churches. London, 1647. 4to.

Confession of Faith and Catechisms agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster : with Propositions concerning Church Government and Ordination of Ministers. London, 1648. 18mo. 8s. First edition.-1658. 4to. 5s.

Confessio Fidei in Conventu Theologorum, Authoritate Parliamenti Anglicani indicto, elaborata; una cum Catechismo duplici, majori minorique. Cantab. 1656. 8vo. In cap. xxiv. of this work, allusion is made to Milton's Doctrine of Divorce.

A Confession of the Faith of several Churches of Christ in the County of Somerset. London, 1656. 4to.

The Confession of Faith; and the larger and shorter Catechism. Edinb. 1688. Constable, 132, 8s.-Edinb. 1654. Constable, 133, 3s.

The Confession of Faith, larger and shorter Catechisms, translated into the Irish Language by the Synod of Argyle. Edinb. 1725. 18mo. 9s.

Sylloge Confessionum sub Tempus refor

mandæ Ecclesiæ editarum Editio altera. Contents.-ProfesOxon. 1804. 8vo. 9s.

sio Fidei Tridentina; Confessio Helvetica; Confessio Augustana MDXXI.; Confessio Augustana MDXL.; Confessio Saxonica; Confessio Belgica; Catechismus Heidelbergensis; Canones Synodi Dordrechtanæ.

Confession of Faith, the larger and shorter Catechisms, Covenants, national and solemn League, Directories, Form of Church Government, &c. of publick Authority in the Church of Scotland. Edinb. 1810. 12mo. 7s. Former editions. Edinb. 1736. 12mo.

3s. 6d. 1770. 8vo. 5s.

See Dunlop, W.

CONFUCIUS. Works containing the original Text, with a Translation and a Dissertation on the Chinese Language and Character. By J. Marshman. Serampore, 1809. royal 4to.

An able article on this work, and on the progress of Chinese literature in Europe, will be found in the Quart. Rev. xI. 332. Edwards, 802, 31. Is.

The Morals of Confucius. London, 1691. 12mo.-London, 1724. 12mo. Roxburghe, 1179, 5s.

CONGREVE, William. Works, consisting of Plays and Poems. Birmingham, 1761. 8vo. 3 vols.

Printed by Baskerville, with plates. Most

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A new edition. London, 1788. 12mo. 2 vols. with port. and plates. 6s. Edwards, 145, 9s.

Memoirs of the Life, Writings and Amours of William Congreve, Esq. By Charles Wilson. London, 1730. 8vo. with portrait. 5s.

CONGREVE, Sir William, Bart. Details of the Rocket System, with general Instructions.

Oblong folio, with coloured plates. Duke of York, 1492, russia, 21. 8s.

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A Treatise on the general Principles, Powers and Facility of Application of the Congreve Rocket System as compared with Artillery. 4to. with plates.

CONINGSBY, Thomas, Earl of. See Marden.

Conjectura Cabbalistica, or a conjectural Essay of interpreting the Minde of Moses, according to a threefold Cabala. London, 1653. 8vo.

A notice of this work will be found in the Retrosp. Rev. ix. 62-79.

Collection of ingenious and deConjugal Duty: set forth in a lightful Wedding Sermons. London, 1732, 36. 12mo. 2 pts. 10s. 6d.

Conjurors's Magazine. 1792. saunce Damours, Imprinted by
Richarde Pynson. 4to.

3,vols.

Dent, pt. ii. 543, 11.3s. CONNAK, Richard. A Collection of the Names of all the Princes

of England from K. Henry III. to 1609. London, 1747. 8vo.

Lloyd, 349, 3s. 6d.

An Account of the Princes of Wales, from the first Institution till Prince Henry, eldest son to K. James I. London, 1751. 8vo.

Connecticut.-A general History of Connecticut, from its first Settlement under George Fenwick, Esq. to its latest Period of Amity with G. Britain. London, 1781. 8vo. 4s.

Acts and Laws of his Majesty's Colony of Connecticut in New-England. Bost.

1702. folio.

The Charter granted by K. Charles II. to the Governour and Company of the English Colony of Connecticut in New England in America. New-Lond. 1718. folio.

CONNELL, John. Treatise on the Law of Scotland respecting Tithes and the Stipends of the parochial Clergy, with an Appendix. Edinb. 1815. 8vo. 3 vols. Connoisseur, The, by Mr. Town, Critic and Censor general. London. 12mo. 4 vols. 10s.

A periodical paper, consisting of 140 numbers written, almost entirely by George Colman and Bonnel Thornton.

Oxford, 1774. 12mo. 4 vols. Fonthill, 1396, 18s.-1761. 4 vols. Bindley, pt. i., 969, 8s.-1754. folio. Jan. 21, 1754 to Sept. 30, 1756. Original edition.

Connoisseur, The English, containing an Account of whatever is curious in Painting, Sculpture, &c. in the Palaces and Seats of the Nobility and principal Gentry in England, both in Town and Country. London, 1766. 12mo. 2 vols. 5s.

An anonymous publication written by Thomas Martyn of Sidney. Nassau, pt. i. 1148, 11s. Roxburghe, 1605, 11s. 6d. Connoissance d' Amours.-A lytell Treatise cleped La Conu

A poetical tract of 16 leaves, ending on the reverse of Diiij. Roxburghe, 3286, 54. resold Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 731,

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CONNOR, Bernard, M.D. Evangelium Medici, seu Medicina mystica de suspensis Naturæ Legibus. Londini, 1697. 8vo.

Williams, 527, morocco, 8s. 6d. A singular production, in which the author endeavours to shew, that the miraculous cures performed by our Lord and his apostles It was reprinted at Amsterdam, in 1699. may be accounted for on natural principles.

The History of Poland. London, 1698. 8vo. 2 vols. 5s.

Conny-Catching, The Groundeworke of. See HARMAN, Thomas. Rob. Greene wrote several tracts on

Conny-catching, &c.

CON ROY, John. Custodiam Reports: or a Collection of Cases relative to Outlawries, and Grants thereon. the Dublin, 1795.

8vo.

CONSETT, Matthew. A Tour through Sweden, Swedish Lapland, Finland and Denmark. London,

1789. 4to. 10s. 6d.

Pp. 157. A hasty tour, containing however many amusing observations, anecdotes, and little descriptive sketches. The copper-plates were designed and engraved by Ralph Beilby and T. Bewick. Brockett, 177, 8s. Fonthill, 425, 17s. Second edition. Stockton, 1815. 12mo. 4s,

Consolato del Mare.-A Translation of the Chapters 273 and 287 of the Consolato del Mare, relating to Prize-Law. London, 1800.

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Pp. 102, besides an epistle 'To the Reader' and 'The Preface.' Reed, 3563, 4s. 6d. Lloyd, 469, 4s. 6d.

to the Poor. The sixth Edition in CONST, Francis. News relating which the Statutes and Cases to

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CONSTABLE, H. Diana: or, the excellent conceitful Sonnets of H. C. Augmented with diuers Quatorzains of honorable and lerned Personages. Deuided into viij. Decads. London by James Roberts, 1584. 8vo.

Reprinted in fac-simile (1818) 50 copies. Boswell, 3211, 6s. Nassau, pt. i. 963, 10s. Another edition. 1594. —1597.-1604. Bindley, pt. i. 1190 (6 leaves wanting) 71. 17s. 6d.

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Diana. London, 1818. 4to. Presented to the members of the Roxburghe Club, by Edward Littledale, Esq. Sir M. M. Sykes, 1631, 1. 17s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1794, 51. 5s. Boswell, 3050, 31. 19s. Dent, pt. ii. 1211, 17s.

Spiritual Sonnettes to the Honour of God and hys Sayntes. By H. C. Printed from a MS. in the Harleian collection, no. 7553, in the second volume of the Heliconia.

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CONSTANTINE,

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Constitutions and Canons. Constitutiones Legitime seu Legatine Religionis Anglicane: cu subtilissima Interpretatione Dni Iohannis de Athon; tripliciq; Tabella: necnon et 'stitutiones Prouinciales ab Archiepiscopis Cantuariensibus edite, et suma Accuratione recognite: annotate et Parisiis coimpresse. Paris.

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Opera super Constitutiones Prouinciales et Othonis. Londonii apud Winandum de Worde, 1529. 16mo. The constitutions of Octhobone are annexed, though not mentioned in the title. Each part has separate tables. The leaves are not numbered, but the signatures are continued to M 8. North, pt. i. 715, morocco, 15s.

Capitvla sive Constitvtiones Ecclesiasticæ per Archiepiscopum, Episcopos, & reliquum Clerum Cantuariensis Prouinciæ in Synodo inchoata Londini, 25. Octobr. 1597. Lond. 1597. 4to.

Constitutions and Canons Ecclesiastical : agreed vpon in the Synod begun at London, Anno Dom. 1603. 4to.-1628. 4to.-1633. 4to.-1660. 4to.-1678. 4to.

Constitutiones sive Canones Ecclesiastici. Londini, 1604. Reprinted in Sparrow's Collection.

The Constitutions and Canons Eccle

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Constitutions and Canons Ecclesiasticall:

agreed upon in 1640. London, 1640. 4to. Reprinted in Sparrow's collection.

The

CONTARENO, Gasper. Common-wealth and Gouernment of Venice, translated out of Italian by Lewes Lewkenor, Esq. with sundry other Collections annexed by the Translator. London, 1599. 4to.

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Contemplation.-The Contemplacyon of Sinners. Westmynster, by Wynkyn de Worde, 1499. 4to.

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Convocation. A compleat His

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A Dyall of dayly Contemplacion, or de-
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CONYBEARE, John, Bishop of Bristol. Sermons. London, 1757. 8vo. 2 vols. 10s.

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