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Hermes Trismegistus his Iatromathematica. Adjoined to John Harvey's Addition to the late Discourse upon the great Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter. Lond. 1583. 16mo. Reprinted London, 1657.

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HERMESIANAX Colophonius. De Poetarum et Philosophorum Amoribus Fragmentum, ex Athenæi Libro xiii. desumptum et emendatius editum, cum Notis. Lond. 1825. 8vo.

HERMIAS Philosophus. Gentilium Philosophorum Irrisio, Gr. et Lat. cum Notis T. Gale, edit. a W. Worth. Oxon. 1700. 8vo. HERMIPPUS Redivivus see CoHAUSEN, John Henry.

Hermit. The Lamentable Vision of the Devoted Hermit, translated by W. Yates. Manchester, 1813. folio.

Black letter, with wood-cuts, and facsimiles of the original MS. Fifty copies printed for private circulation. Saunders' in 1818, 57. 10s.

HERMITE. See LE HERMITE. HERNE, Samuel. Domus Carthusiana : or an Account of the Charter House; with the Life and Death of Thomas Sutton, Esq. &c. London, 1677, 8vo.

Bindley, pt. ii. 423, 4s. 6d. Heath, 4647, 6s. Willett, 1227, 9s. Collation Title, 1 leaf; epistle dedicatory, 7 pages; preface, 22 pages; poem, 12 pages; contents, 2 pages; historical part, 287 pages; and errata, 1 page. Plates.-1. Portrait of the Founder. F. H. Van Houe sc. 2. Ordinis Carthusiani Monachus, p. 1. 3. Interior of a Church, p. 243.

Hero and Leander-The Loves of Hero and Leander, a mock Poem, with choice pieces of Drollery.

London, 1651. 12mo. ll. 5s. -1653. 12mo.

Strettell, 788, 18s. Sotheby's in April, 1823, 21. 3s. This history in prose is attached to an edition of Dorastus and Fawnia, 1735, by Rob.

Greene.

HERODIAN. Historiarum Libri viii. Gr. et Lat. recogniti et Notis illustrati. Oxon. 1704. 8vo. 5s.

Williams,

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The Heir apparent, or the Life of Commodus. Translated from the Greek, with a Preface adapted to the present Times. London, 1789. 8vo. 2s. 6d. An elegant

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Herodiani Partitiones, Græce. E Codd. Parisinis edidit Jo. Fr. Boissonade, cum Notis philologicis. Londini, 1819. 8vo.

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HERODOTUS. Historiarum Libri ix. Codicem Sancrofti ms. denuo contulit necnon reliquam Lectionis Varietatem commodius digessit T. Gaisford, cum Annotat. variorum adjecit. Oxon. 1824. Svo. 4 vols.

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Herodoti Halicarnassensis Historiarum

Liber primus, Clio (Græce). Oxoniae, in Officina Josephi Barnesií, 1591. 4to. pp. 69, including the title.

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The Egyptian and Grecian History of Herodotus, transl. from the Greek by Isaac Littlebury. Third Edition. London, 1737. 8vo. with two maps. This translation is in general very faithful, though Herodoti Historiarum Libri ix. Gr. et not elegant. First edition. London, Lat. Textus Wesselingianus passim re1709. 8vo. 2 vols. Roxburghe, 7501, fictus; Argumentorumque ac Temporum 9s. 6d. Second edition. London, 1723. Notatio, Opera Frid. W. Reizii: accedunt 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1818. 8vo. 2 vols. Index Rerum, necnon Editionis Wesselin--Oxford, 18 . 8vo. in 1 vol. gianæ cum Edit. Reizii et Schæferi Collatio. Oxonii, 1809. 8vo. 3 vols. 15s. In this reprint by N. Bliss, many unwarrantable liberties have been taken with the text. At the end of vol. ii. are a Tabula Chronologica and Goldastus' Lexicon, not in the Leipsic edition. Vol. iii. contains the Latin version. Drury, 1753, 18s. LARGE PAPER. 1. 1s.

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The History of Herodotus, transl. from the Greek, with Notes by the Rev. Wm. Beloe. London, 1791. 8vo. 4 vols. This translation is more paraphrastical than that of Littlebury. Drury, 1841. 17. Is. -Second edition improved. London, 1806. 8vo. 4 vols. -London, 1812. 8vo. 4 vols. -London, 1822. 8vo. 4 vols.

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Herodotus, transl. by Peter Edmund Laurent, with Notes illustrative and critical, a geographical Index, an introductory Essay, and a Summary of the History. Oxford, 1827. 8vo. 2 vols.

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HERRERA, Ant. de. Historia del Regno de Escosia, en las 44 Años de Maria Estuarda Reyna Madr. 1589. 12mo.

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HEROLT, John. Sermones Discipuli de Tempore per Circulum Anni, cum Promptuario plorum. London. per Julianu Notarii, 1510. 4to.

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HERON, Robert. Letters of Literature. By Robert Heron, Esq. London, 1785. 8vo.

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Hesperides: or, the Works both Humane and Divine. London, 1648. 8vo. Printed by the late Sir Richard Heron, Hibbert, 3809, 17. 10s. Nassau, pt. i. Bart. for private distribution.

Genealogical Tables of the Families of the Herons of Newark. 1799. folio, with a map of Northumberland. A copy is in the British Museum. Marquis of Townshend, 1745, 17. 148.

HERPORT, Rev. Brian. An Essay on Truths of Importance to the Happiness of Mankind, wherein the Doctrine of Oaths, as relative to religious and civil Government, is

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