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of England, translated from the French. London, 1790. 12mo. 2 vols. 4s.

A wretched translation. Archenholz published the following work relating to Great Britain Annalen der Brittischen Geschichte. Tubingue, 1789-98. 8vo. 20 vols.

ARCHER, Rev. James. Sermons for every Sunday in the Year. 1st and 2d Series. London, 1817, 22. 8vo. 4 vols. 21. 23.

These excellent Catholic Sermons have passed through several editions.

ARCHER, John, M.D. Every Man his own Doctor: to which is added, an Herbal. London, 1673. 8vo. with portrait.


White Knights, pt. i. 219, 10s. former edition appeared in 1671. In Beloe's Anecdotes, i. 199-200, is a list of inventions by this celebrated physician. Archery.-Art of Archerie. London, 1634. 8vo. with a frontispiece. Nassau, pt. i. 63, 8s. Bindley, pt. i. 72,


Poems in English and Latin on the Archers and Royal-Company of Archers, by several Hands. Edinb. 1726. 12mo. 5s.

ARCHIMEDES. Quae supersunt omnia, cum Eutochii Commentariis (Græce). Ex recensione Josephi Torelli, cum nova Versione Latina. Accedunt Lectiones variantes ex Codd. Mediceo et Parisiensibus. Oxon. 1792. folio.

The most complete and magnificent edition of this author's works. Willett, 134, 14. 15s. LARGE PAPER. Dent, pt. i. 154, morocco. Drury, 382, russia, 2l. 19s. -Arenarius, et Dimensio Circuli: Eutacii Ascalonitæ in hanc Comment. Gr. cum Versione et Notis Joh. Wallis. Oxonii. 1676. 12mo. 3s.

A former edition appeared 1666. -Opera, Apollonii Pergæi Conicorum Libri IV. Theodosii Sphærica, Methodo nova illustrata per Is. Barrow. London, 1675. 4to. 6s.

A neat edition, highly praised by Mon


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is added, the Dissertation of Christopher Clavius on the same Subject, from the Latin. Lond. 1784. 8vo. 3s.

A masterly translation, with curious and pertinent notes and illustrations. Portions of the Theorems of Archimedes will be found in Whiston and Barrow's versions of Euclid.

Architecture.-The Grecian Orders of Architecture delineated and explained from the Antiquities of Athens, also Parallels of the Orders of Palladio, Scammozzi and Vignola, to which are added Remarks concerning public and private Edifices; with Designs. London, 1768.

folio. 11. 5s.


Rudiments of ancient Architecture, with a Dictionary of Terms. The second Edition, much larged. London, 1794. royal 8vo. with 11 plates, and a portrait of James Stuart on the title page, 6s.

1810. The first edition appeared in 1789. A very useful work, reprinted 1804,

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Essays on Gothic Architecture, by the Rev. T. Warton, Rev. J. Bentham, Captain Grose, and the Rev. J. Milner, with a Letter to the Publisher. The second Edition, to which is added a List of the Cathedrals of England, with their Dimensions. London, 1802. 8vo. with twelve plates, 10s. 6d.

A valuable and esteemed work, reprinted 1808. 10s. 6d. The first edition appeared in 1808. 6s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1063, 14s. Fonthill, 1088, 17s.

ARCHYTAS, &c. Political Fragments of Archytas, Charondas, Zaleucus, and other ancient Pythagoreans, and Ethical Fragments of Hierocles, translated from the Greek, by Thomas Taylor. Lond. 1822. 8vo. 6s.

Fragments of Archytas will be found in Gale's Opuscula Mythologica, &c. Cantab.

1670. Amst. 1688.

Ardai Viraf Nameh, or the Revelations of Ardai Viraf; translated from the Persian and Guzeratee Versions, by J. A. Pope. London, 1816. 8vo. 5s.

Arden of Feversham.-The lamentable and true Tragedie of M.

Arden of Feversham in Kent. ! Printed for Edward White, 1592.


This black letter play, from which Lillo has not unfrequently copied whole lines, was reprinted 1599. 4to. 1633. 4to. 15s. and lastly 1770. 8vo. with a ridiculous preface imputing it to Shakespeare, 3s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, 6s. Edition 1599. Forster, 1144, 31. Edition 1633. Rhodes, 1633, 14. Sotheby's in Nov. 1826, 11.7s Roxburghe, 4049, il. 7s. Forster, 1127, 11. 14s. Bindley, pt. i. 157, 21. 2s. Edition 1770. Bindley, pt. i. 17, 7s.

ARETEUS of Cappadocia. Etiologica, Semeiotica et Therapeutica, Gr. et Lat. ex Recensione et cum Notis Joannis Wigan. Oxonii. 1723. folio. 10s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, 11. 1s.

Of this beautiful and correct edition 300 copies were printed.

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The Historie of Leonard

ARFEVILLE, Nicolay d'. La Navigation du Roy d'Escosse Jacques cinquiesme du Nom, autour de son Royaume, et Isles Hebrides et Orchades, soubz la Conduite d' Alexandre Lyndsay, excellent Pilot Escossois. Paris, 1583. 4to. with a map.

A copy is in the British Museum. ARGALL, John. Introductio ad Artem Dialecticam. Lond. 1605. 8vo.

A very facete and pleasant' book, according to Ant. à Wood. ARGALL, Rich. The Bride's Ornament; poetical Essays upon a divine Subject. London, 1621. 4to.

This poet, who was patronised by Bishop King, published a version of Solomon's song. See Solomon.

Funeral Elegy, consecrated to the Memory of his ever honoured Lord King, late B. of London, &c. 1621.

In the British Museum catalogue the

Accedens of Armory is erroneously attributed to Richard Argall.

ARGENSOLA, (Barth. Leon. de). The Discovery and Conquest of the Molucco and Philippine Islands; translated from the Spanish. London, 1708. 4to. with 4 plates.

Dent. pt. i. 291, 7s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 183, 8s. Towneley, pt. ii. 115, 10s. 6d.

Aretine, concerning the Warres beArgumentum Anti-Normanitwene the Imperialls and the Gothes cum: a seasonable Treatise, wherefor the possession of Italy, trans-in is proved that William the Conlated by Arthur Goldyng. London, 1563. 16mo.

Black letter. 180 leaves, besides an epistle and preface. Sotheby's in 1825, 21.8s. White Knights, 227, morocco, 31.4s ARETIUS, Benedictus. A short History of Valentinus Gentilis, the Tritheist, translated into English (with a Preface by Dr. South) London, 1696. 8vo. 3s.

queror did not get the imperial Crown of England by the sword, but by the election and consent of the people. London, 1689. 8vo. 5s.

This publication, occasioned by a work of William Pettyt's, entitled Antient ·

Rights of the Commons of England,' 1680, was answered by Dr. Brady in his Introduction to Old English History. It is by some attributed to Atwood, and by others to Cooke.

ARGYLE, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of. Instructions to a Son, and Maxims of State. London, 1661. 12mo. with portrait.

Gosset, 160, 6s. ARETIUS, Jacob. Primula Veris, seu Panegyrica ad excell. Principem Palatinum. In Regis Jacobi Inaugurationem Carmen. In Nuptias illustr. Principis Frede-ment, 541, 14. 3s. Bindley, pt. i. 51, 14.4s. Lloyd, 34, 19s. Roxburghe, Supplerici et Elizabethæ Meletemata. Stanley, No. 18, russia, by Roger Payne, Lond. 1613. 4to.

2l. 12s. 6d.

A copy is in the British Museum.

The Charge of High Treason

against the Marquess of Argyle and his Complices, Jan. 23, 1661. London, 1661. 4to.

In the Roxburghe Library was a copy of the above, with the Marquis's answer, &c. Seven Tracts, no. 1080, 1/. 11s. 6d. A similar collection is in the British Mu


ARGYLE, Archibald Campbell, Duke of. Catalogus Librorum, A.C.D.A. (Archib. Campbell Ducis Argatheliæ.) Glasguæ, 1758. 4to. Privately printed. Reed, 184, 7s. 6d.

Brockett, 747, 11s. Dibdin, 2, 11s. ARIOSTO, Lodovico. Orlando Furioso. Birmingham, 1773. 8vo. and 4to. 4 vols. with plates by Bartolozzi and others.

The last production of Baskerville's press. Brunet in his Manuel du Libraire mentions, that the plates in the 4to. are not so good as those in the 8vo. edition, and likewise that some sheets in the first to have been reprinted. OCTAVO, Willett, 41, 61. Strettell, 41, mo

volume seem

rocco, SL Baker, 153, morocco, (with the addition of several proofs.) 12. 15s. QUARTO, Drury, 339, morocco, 10/. 10s. Fonthill, 2418, morocco, 10l. 5s. Dent.

pt. i. 292, morocco, 12. Stanley, 268,

morocco, 21. Heath, 2042, morocco, 221.1s.


Orlando Furioso, with explanation of equivocal words, and poetical figures, and an elucidation of all the passages concerning history and fable. By Agostino Isola. Camb. 1789. 8vo. 4 vols. A very correct correct edition of the original. Steevens, 588, 17s.

- Orlando Furioso, con note, castigato da Leonardo Nardini, ad uso degli Studiosi della Lingua Italiana. Londra, 1801. 12mo. 4 tom. 14s.

A neat edition. Drury, 220, 14. 10s. Other editions by Romualdo Zotti, London, 1814. 12mo. 4 vols. 12s.; by Boschini, 1815, 18mo. 6 vols. 8s.

Orlando Furioso in English Heroical Verse, by (Sir) John Haringtō. London, by Richard Field, 1591. Folio, pp. 450, 17. 5s. The title containing port. of Sir John H. engraved by W. Rogers. First edition. According to the Quarterly Review, an abridgment of considerable merit, written in sterling English; on the contrary by Ellis termed an inaccurate and feeble version. Bibl. Anglo-Poet, 316, 31. 3s. Jadis, 204, 11. 16s.


ARIOSTO, Lodovico. Furioso, now secondly imprinted. London, 1607. folio, pp. 450. Garrick, 267, 1l. 1s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 317, 21. 12s. 6d.

Orlando Furioso, now thirdly revised and amended, with the addition of the author's (1. e. Harington's) Epigrams, (4 Books.) London, 1634. folio, pp. 496.

The title page is engraved, and has Harington's portrait at the bottom, by Cockson. Towneley, pt. ii. 155, 2/ Nassau, pt. i. 206, 21. 1s. Bindley, pt. i. 167, 2l. 5s. Roxburghe, 2973, 2. 16s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 312, mor. 31. 3s. Poet, No. 318, 31. 13s. 6d.

morocco, 31. 13s. 6d.

Bibl. AngloHeath, 2043,

Orlando Furioso in Italian and English, by Temple Henry Croker. London, 1755, 4to. 2 vols. 11. 53.

In some copies of this edition (which is in no estimation,) the name of Temple Henry Croker, in others, that of Wm. Huggins appears as the translator. It is said that many copies were destroyed by fire.

Orlando Furioso, translated, with notes, by John Hoole. London, 1783. 8vo. 5 vols. with port. of Hoole.

According to the Quarterly Review,

Hoole is the most contemptible of translators, and grossly ignorant of the Italian language. Reprinted 1799. 8vo. 5 vols. (some on large piper). 1807. royal 18mo. 5 vols. &c. and inserted in Chalmers' Collection of Poets. Edition 1783. Heath, 2044, 1. 10s. Williams, 66, 14. 7s. Edition 1799. LARGE PAPER, Nassau, pt. i. 57, 1. 18s. Fonthill, 1316, with proof plates, A first volume of this translation 4. 10s. was published, with vignettes, after Mortimer, 1773. 8vo. Garrick, 32, 9s.

The Orlando reduced to twenty-four books, the narrative connected, and the stories disposed in a regular series, by John Hoole. London, 1791. 8vo. 2 vols.

In little estimation. Reed, 6535, 7s.

Edwards, 154, morocco, 11.7s.

Orlando Furioso, translated into English verse by William Stewart Rose, London, 1825-7, post 8vo. vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

A spirited translation, says T. Moore. A translation in English prose, with notes, by Christopher Johnson, 8vo. vol. 1, has just appeared.

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Satyres, in English, by Gervis Markham. London, 1608. 4to. pp. 108.

This version is claimed by Robert Tofte in a note (p. 6) of his translation of Bened. Varchi's Blazon of Jealousie. Perry, pt. iv. 396, 13s. Bindley, pt. i. 341, 16s. Gordonstoun, 100, 21. 10s. Sotheby's in May, 1823, 2. 12s. 6d.

ARISTARCHUS. De Magnitudinibus et Distantiis Solis et Lunæ Liber. Pappi Alex. Fragmentum e secundo Libro Collectionis Mathematicæ. Gr. et Lat. Notis Joh. Wallis. Oxon. 1688, 8vo. 4s. Also inserted in the Opera Mathematica of Wallis. Oxon. 1699, in folio.

-or the Principles of Composition. London, 1791. 8vo. pp. 432, 6s.

This work written by the ingenious and learned Dr. Withers, was originally pub

lished in numbers. At the end, are Reproposals for a new English Dictionary. marks on Dr. Johnson's Dictionary, with

ARISTEAS. Historia LXXII. Interpretum, Gr. et Lat. Accessere Veterum Testimonia de eorum Versione. Oxonii, 1692. 8vo. 4s.

A spurious work. LARGE PAPER. Drury, 221, 1. Williams, 70, morocco, 1. 10s. Reprinted by Archdeacon Hody, with a confutation in De Bibliorum Textibus originalibus,' Oxon. 1705, folio.

Seven Planets gouerning Italie, with a new addition of three most excellent Elegies, written by the same Lodovico Ariosto. Lon-written by Aristeas 1900 years History of the Septuagint don, 1611. 4to. since. Newly done into English The second edition by J. Done. revised and very much corrected from the original. London, 1685, 8vo. 5s.

The edition of 1608 with a new titlepage, and the addition of the three elegies with a separate pagination.


Satires, (five translated by the H-rt-n, the second and last by the editor, the Rev. T. H. Croker.) London, 1759. 8vo. 3s.6d. Two Tales, the one in Dispraise of Men, the other in Disgrace of Women; with certain other Italian Stanzas and Proverbs. By R.(obert) T.(ofte) Gentleman. London, 1597. 4to.

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Comedie, Scholastica, dei Suppositi, e la Lena. Londra,

1737-9. 12mo. 3 vols.

A translation of the Supposes by Geo. Gascoyne appeared in 1566, and is reprinted in the third volume of Hawkins's Origin of the Drama.

ARISTANETUs. Love Epistles, translated from the Greek into English Metre, (by Richard Brinsley Sheridan and Mr. Halhed.) London, 1771. 8vo. 5s.

A much esteemed version.

A former version, entitled 'Letters of Love and Gallantry,' 1750, 8vo. 4s. and translations, or rather imitations, of some of the epistles will be found in Tom Brown's Works.

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- Plutus et Nubes, Gr. et Lat.
cam Notis Joh. Lengii. Lond.

1732. 8vo.

In this beautiful and correct edition in
usum studiosæ juventutis,' the Scholia are
placed beneath the text: it also contains
two useful indexes, and a life of Aristo-
phanes by Frishlinus. Heath, 3574, 6s. 6d.
The former edition appeared in 1695,
2s. 6d. An edition of the Plutus, by Do-

bree, is annexed to 'R. Porsoni Note in
Aristophanem.' Cant. 1820, 8vo.
- Nubes, Græce, ex Editione


Glasg. 1744.

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A highly valuable and classical version.
Four Comedies translated
into English, (viz. the Clouds, by
R. Cumberland; Plutus by H.
Fielding and Wm. Young; the
Frogs by C. Dunster, and the
Birds by-). Lond. 1812. 8vo. 7s.

-The Clouds, now first entirely

translated into English, with the

principal Scholia, and Notes critical

and explanatory, by James White.

London, 1759. 12mo. 3s. 6d.

An admirable version done in a species

of easy blank verse, with learned and judi-

cious notes. Roxburghe, 4376, 2s. 6d.

Reed, 8011, 2l. 3s. A translation of the

Clouds, will be found in Stanley's History

of Philosophy.

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