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" A Catalogue of any eminent author's Library is likely to be prized by 
persons familiar with his writings. In the present case, undoubtedly, 
the nature and extent of the Collection throw light, in a remarkable 
manner, on the history of its founder. The reader has before him a faith- 
ful inventory of the materials with which the National Poet and^Novelist 
had stored his mind before he began his public career ; and also very 
striking indications, both of the zeal with which he watched the progress 
of literary enterprise down to the close of his life, and of the homage paid 
to his genius and celebrity by his contemporaries." 

To these pertinent and well-expressed remarks of Mr. Lockhart's, on 
the peculiar species of interest attached to the Abbotsfobd Library, the 
person to whom the charge of preparing this Catalogue was entrusted, 
takes the liberty of adding a few words as to its execution. 

The Collection not being formed upon a general plan, embracing all 
departments of human knowledge, but mainly confined to the two great 
heads of History and Belles-Lettres, it seemed unnecessary to exhibit its 
contents in the rigid form of a Catalogue raisonni^ drawn up on any of 
tlic approved systems of bibliographical classification. The arrangement 
originally made under Sir Walter Scott's eye, has, therefore, remained 
unaltered ; and the time thereby saved has been employed, it is hoped to 
greater advantage, in enlarging and perfecting the Index, which it has 
been the object of the compiler to render as fiiU and comprehensive as 


The idea of making Sir Wjxteb Scott himself the annotator on the 
books of his Library, recommended itself the more readily to the compiler, 
as it seemed to him to form something like a substitute for the projected 
but abandoned Reliquiae TroUcosienses. (See Mr. Lockhart's Memoirs, 
Vol. vii. p. 218.) The references introduced with that view include 
the notices of every kind, whether reviewals, incidental criticisms and 
opinions, anecdotes, extracts, &c., which are to be found scattered through- 
out the voluminous series of his collected Works, as well as in the 
Memoirs of his Life. Of his own notes the compiler has been sparing, 
from a desire not to swell the size of the Volume unnecessarily. 

All the volumes in which Sir Walter had written manuscript notes 
have been carefully particularized. But of these notes very few have 
been extracted, as most of them possessing any literary or personal in- 
terest were found to be either already appropriated, (in substance at 
least) by himself, or inserted, verbatim^ in the interesting pages of bis 

In conclusion, the compiler hopes to receive that indulgence for what- 
ever errors he may have committed, which those best acquainted with the 
nature of such undertakings are always the readiest to bestow. 

J. G. C, 

Edinburgh, iUh Notember^ 1838. 






PrB88 a. 



Scottisli History. 



' > English History. 

— American History and Literature. 30 
£. English and Foreign Miscellanies. 32 

F. 1 French^ German^ and Italian Lite- 

G. I rature 35 

— English Poetry, Drama, and Fiction. 41 
H. English and French Works of Fiction. 43 

* f Foreign Literature, — French, Ita- 

Spanish, German, Danish. 46 

L.'j '''"' 

— English and Scotch Miscellanies. 57 
M. Northern History. 63 

— Tracts on the Covenanters, &c. 

— Revolution of 1688. 

— Rebellions of 1715 and 1745. 

N. Chivalry and Romance. . 101 

— Old English Poetr>\ 

— - Magic, Alchemy, Heraldry, &c. 
0. Witchcraft, Demonology, &c. 1 22 

P. English and Scottish Poetry. . 154 
Q. Miscellaneous. . 177 

R. English PolygrapherR. . . 183 

— Old English and Scottish Poetry. 

— Historical and Antiquarian Tracts. 

S. Modem Poetry and Belles Lcttres. 195 
T. English Works on General History. 204 
V. English Drama, Theatrical History. 207 
W. Greek and Latin Classics. . 223 
X. Classical and Historical Miscellanies. 228 
Y. Sir Walter Scott's Works. . 230 
Z. ^ English and Foreign History, Voy- 
&. > ages and Travels, Dictionaries, 

iE.) &c 231 

Atlasses,Prints,andEml>ellishedWork8. 330 
Maps and Plans. . . . 260 



Press A. The Mouiteur. . . . 2C1 

B. Books of Prints. . . i6, 

— History, Poetr}'. 

— Scots Law. (also in D. & H.) 

C. Dictionaries. . . 264 

Irisl) Histon*. 
Italian History. 
Foreign Novels, &c. 

D. Irish and Scottish History. 269 
Sir W. Scott's Poems. 

Italian Literature. 

Roxburgh Club Books. . 274 

Bannatyne Club Books. . 276 

Maitland Club Books. . . 280 

G. Theolo<rical and Political Tracts. 283 

H. Theology, Philosophy, Law. . 291 

I. Arts and Sciences; Scottish History. 298 

K. Irish and English History. 302 

— Collections of Tracts. 

L. Miscellanies. . . . 310 

-^ Modem History; Voyages & Travels. 
M. Sir W. Scott's Works. . 320 

N. Modem Poetry. . 322 

R. Modem French History and Memoirs. 323 

S. French Works on Napoleon. 325 



"Periodical Literature. 



Novels, and Light Literature. 
Additions and Omissions. 


N,B. — The MamitcripU are digtinguuhe<l throughout by ItalicB, 








Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland. Printed by command of H. H. King George IIL &c. 

Edited by Thomas Thomson, Esq. Deputy Register, Vol. II. to XI. (1424-1707) 10 vols. 

/o/. ........ . Edin. 1814-24 

Registrom Magni Sigilli Regum Scotorum, (1306-1424.) Edited by the same. fd. id. 1814 

Inquisitionum ad Capellam Domini Regis retomatarum, &c. Abbreviatio. Edited by the same. 
3 vols./?/. ........ t*. 1811-16 

Registri Magni Sigilli Dom'* Jacobi I. Regis Scotorom AbbreTiatio, ratione temporis ordine 
disposita, (1424-32) Specimen sheets of a prqfected work by R, Pitcaim, Esq./ol. ib. 1826 

Gordon's (Sir Robert) Genealogical History of the Earldom of Sutherland, to 1630, with con- 
tinuation to 1651, by Gordon of Stralloch. L. P. imp,fd. . . t^. 1813 

Survey of Selkirkshire, or Ettcrick Forest ; containing the Political, Ecclesiastical, and Agri- 
cultural State of this county. Lithographed on "^0 pages, with map. foL f&. 1829 


Chalmers's (George) Caledonia ; or, an Account, Historical and Topographical, of North 

Britain. 3 vols. 4to. L. P. ...... Lon^. 1807-24 

See Pross Works, vol. tU. p. 19, 23, 26 ; toL xx. p. 326, &c 

Torffaei (Thorm.) Orcades, sen Rerum Orcadensium Historia. tm.fd, . Haun. 1715 

See Poetical Works, vol. ii. p. 257 ; vol. ill pp. 246, 274, &c Notes to 7!ik« Pirate. Lm, vol. L p. 534. 

Stevenson's (Robert) Account of the Bell Rock Light House, imp. Uo. Edin. 1824 

See LiFB, voL ill. p. 137. 

1 A 


Knox's (John) Historie of the Refbrmatioon of Religioun in Scotland. (Edited^ with Life of 

the Author^ hy David Buchanan.) «m. Jbi, Land. 1644 

The same, with his Life prefixed, and Tracts. (Edited hy the Rev. Matthew Crawfurd of 

Eastwood.) /o/. ...... . Edin. 1732 

Johnstoni (Roh.) Historia Renim Britannicanim, &c. (1572-1628.) /ol. Amit, 1655 

See PoKTicAL Works, voL ii. pastim. 

Maclfenzie's (Dr. Geo.) Lives and Characters of eminent Scots Writers. 3 roh. /ol. Edin. 1708 

Burnet's (Dr. Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum,) History of his own Time. 2 \o]s,/ol. Lond. 17?4 

Memoirs of James and William, Dukes of Hamilton, &c. /bl. . ib. 1 677 

Crawfurd's (George) Lives of the Officers of the Crown and State in Scotland, /ol, Edin. 1726 

See Pro61 Works, voL vii. p. 195-6. 

Maitland's (Wm.) History of Edinburgh, /o/. . . . . ib. 1753 

See Paoss Works, voL viL p. 243, 245, 285-6. 

Abercromby's (Dr. Patrick) Martial Atchievements of the Scots Nation, &c., from 1329 to 
1514. 2 vols. /o/. ...... 1^.1711-15 

Miscellaneous Papers relating to Scotland, &c. ; printed and MS. many o/ them sin^ularfy 
curious and scarce, /ol. 

relating to the Rebellion of 1 745, printed and MS. with portraits, caricatures, Spc. /ol. 

Murray's (Sir Alex, of Stanhope) True Interest of Great Britain, Ireland, and our Plantations, 
&c. ; Letter and Remonstrance to Philip Lord Hardwicke, Lord High Chancellor, .&c. ; An 
Apology to the Reader, &c, /d. ..... hond. 1740-1 


Miscellanea Curiosa MS. chiefly relative to Scotland. Extracted /rom various MSS. 

6 vols. 4/0. (Lists of Contents are prefixed to each Volume.) 
FountainhalTs (Sir John Lauder, Lord) Excerpts /rom the Criminal Registers o/ Scotland, 

/rom 1584 to 1655, MS. (Copy o/ an anonymous alrid^ent, made in 1728, of the 

original MS. in the handwriting o/ Lord Fountainhall.) 4to. 

Mackenzie's (Sir George) Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland, (from 1 660 to 1 677.) Edited 

from the original MS. by Thomas Thomson, Esq. 4to. . Edin. 1821 

See LiFB, vol. v. p. 136. 

Collection of Inventories of the Royal Wardrobe and Jewel House, &c., (1488 to 1606.) 

Edited by Thomas Thomson, Esq. 4/o. . i^. 1815 

See LiPB, vol. iv. p. 115. Prosk Works, vol. vii. p. 315, &c. 

Chalmers's (George) Life of Mary Queen of Scots. 2 vols. 4to. L. P. Lond. 1818 

See Prosk Works, voL vii. p. 179-80, &c. 

Wallace's (Geo.) Thoughts on the Origin of Feudal Tenures, &c. in Scotland, 4to. Edin. 1783 

Johnstone's (Chevalier) Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746, &c. (with original letter 

to Sir Walter Scott /rom Mrs. Auchmuty, the Chevaliers grand-daughter.) 4to. Lond. 1 820 

See Prosk Works, toL zix. p. 357, et $eq. 



Cullodcn Papers, comprising Correspondence from 1625 to 1748, &c., with Prefatory Memoir 

of President Forbes ; edited by Duff, Esq., of Mnirtown. 4to. hvnd. 1815 

See Beview o/tiit in VnosR Works, toL xx. p. 1. 

MacRa's (Rev. John) Genealogical Account of the MacRas. MS. copied in 1822, from a 

transcript by Capt, J. MacRa. iito. 
Account of Depredations committed on the Campbells in 1685 and 1686, &c. when Argyle 

rose against James VII. 4ft>. ..... Edin. 1816 

[[Balcanqual^ Dr. Dean of Durham.^ A Large Declaration concerning the late Tumults in 

Scotland, &:c., by the King. fol. ..... Lond. 1639 

Schort Memorial of the Scotds ComikliB ; and a Short Chronicle of the Reign of James II. 

from 1436 to 1460, &c. Edited by Thomas Thomson, Esq. 4/o. . Edin. 

See Pross Works, yoL viL p. 161. 

Eleven Letters from Ludowidc, second Ihike of Lennox, to Sir William Livingstone. MS. 

transcript from the originals in the possession of Arch. Constable, Esq. 4to. 1822 

Wood's (J. P.) Sketch of the Life and Projects of John Law of Lauriston. (Poem to Mr. 

Law by Allan Ramsay, Edin. 1720, fol.) With MS. Note by Sir W. S. 4to. ) Edin. 1791 
Clerk (Baron) Dissertado de Monumentis quibusdam Romanis in Boreali Mag. Brit, parte 

detectis, 1731. 4to. ...... ib. 1750 

Macpherson's (David) Geograph. Illustrations of Scottish Histoiy, with Map. 4to, Lond. 1796 
Spalding's (John) History of tJie Troubles and MemoraMe Transactions in Scotland and 

England, from 1624 to 1645. MS. tramcriptfrom the original. sm.fol. 
Stewart's (Duncan) Historical and Genealogical Account of the Royal Family of Scotland, from 

Kenneth II., and of the surname of Stewart 4to. . . . Edin. 11Z9 

Stuart's (Andrew) Genealogical History of the Stewarts. 4/l9. . . Lond. ll^S 

Stewart's (Sir John, of Allantoun) Genealogy of the Stewarts Refuted. 8w. i^. 1799 

Hume's (David, of Godscroft,) History of the Houses of Douglas and Angus, fol. Edin. 1648 

Bee Introduction Xa CcutU Dangerous. Pobtical and Prosb Works, /xiMtm. 

Account of the Discoveries made in Scotland of the late Conspiracies against his Majesty and 
tlie Government, &:c. fol. ...... ib. 1685 

The Lockhart Papers: Memoirs and Commentaries on the Affairs of Scotland, from 1702 to 
1745, &c. ; edited by A. Aufrere, Esq. 2 vols. 4/o. L.P.. . Lond. 1817 

Law's (Rev. Rob.) Memorialls, &c. from 1638 to 1684. Edited from the original MS. &c., 

by C. K. Sharpe, Esq. 4to. L. P. ..... JSflrin.1818 

See Pross Works, yoL vii. p. 182 ; voL xiz. p. 11. 

Erskine's (Sir J., Lyon King at Arms,) Historical Account of the Family of Innes, Sec, from 
an origmal MS. belonging to the Duke of Roxburgh. 4tto. . . ib. 1820 

Vision of the Royal Ghost, a Poem written immediately afler the battle of Falkirk. — Ode for 
His Majesty's Birth-day, 1746. fol. . . . . i*. 1746 

Kirk ton's (Rev. James) Secret and True History of the Church of Scotland, from the Restoration - 

to 1678, &c. Edited by C, K. Sharpe, Esq. Uo. L. P. with original drawings, ib. 1817 

See Review o/tkis m Prosx Works, vol. six. p. 213. 


PrwA. ABBOTSFORD library. Shdf^. 


Hailes's (Sir David Dalrymple^ Lord) Annals of Scotland^ from Malcolm III. to Robert I. 

2 Yols. 4to. ........ Edin, 1776 

See Paon Woaxi, foL zz. pp. 314-S18, and zzL 186-196. 

Pinkerton's (John) History of Scotland, from the Accession of the House of Stuart to that of 

Mary. 2 vols. 4A?. ....... Lond. 1797 

See PosncAL and Paoni Works, /xutm. 

Robertson's (BeT. Principal William) History of Scotland during the reigns of Mary and 
James VI. Sd edit 2 vols. 4/o. . . t3. 1760 

Dalyell's (Sir John Graham) Fragments of Scottish History ; Robert Birrel's Diary 1532-1605 ; 

Patten's Account of Hertford's Expedition into Scotland, 1544 ; Somerset's Expedition into 

Scotland, 1547. tm. 4to. ...... Edin, 179^ 

See Notu to Albot^ Forhme$ <^Nige^ amd Ckromdei ofihi Oamom^alU, Postical and Pnosa WoaKSj/xunin. 

Home's (John) History of the Rebellion in 1745. 4to. . iMnd, 1802 

See PoBTicAL and Pboss Works, poffMi. 

Majoris (Joan.) Historia Majoris Britanniae, tam Angliae quam Scotiae. Edente Rob. Fri- 

bamio. 4/d. ....... Edin, 1740 

See Prosb Works, toI. yu. p. 165. 

Keith's (Bp. Rob.) Catalogue of the Scottish Bishops to 1688, with MS. additions, 4to. id. 1755 

Boeoe's (Hector) History and Chronicles of Scotland, translated from the Latin by Bellenden ; 

edited by Thomas Maitland, Esq. 2 toIs. ito. . . t^. 1821 

See PosncAL Works, pamm, Pross Works, toL zz. p. 302, ei 9eq^-^-Note$ to Fair Maid ofPerik^ jfc. 

Wallace and Bruce. Barbour's (John) Metrical History of King Robert I. and Henry the 

Minstrel's Life and Acts of Sir William Wallace of EUerslie. Edited, from two MSS. in 

the AdTOcates' Library, by Dr. John Jamieson. 2 toIs. 4to. . f6. 1820 

See PosnciX Works, toI z. patsim, Introduatitm and NoUt to CatUe Dai^feroua, 

M'Crie's (Rot. Dr. Thomas) Life of John Knox, royal Svo. . t^. 1812 

Lament's (John, of Newton,) Chronicle of Fife, being his Diary from 1649 to 1672. Edited 

by Archibald Constable, Esq. 4to. . . . . t&. 1810 

Regiam Majestatem Scotiae : Veteres Leges et Constitutiones, &c., opera et Studio Joan. 

Skenaei. /d. ....... t^. 1609 

See Probb Works, yoL tu. p. 30 ; toI. zzl p. 179. 

Carstares's (Rev. Principal Wm.) State Papers and Letters, relating to the affiurs of Scotland 
during the reigns of William and Anne. Edited by Rev. Dr. J. M'Cormick. 4to. ib. 1774 

Tyler's (Evan, King's Printer) Inventary of Worke done for the State, 1642 to 1647. Edited 
by Thomas Thomson, Esq. 4to. . . t^. 1815 

Pennant's (Thomas) Tours in Scotland, and Voyage to the Hebrides, 1769 and 1772. 5th 
Edition. 3 vols. 4/)o. ..... Lond. 1790 

Cordiner's (Rev. Charles) Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland. 4fo. ib. 1 780 

Shaw's (Rev. Lachlan) History of the Province of Moray. 44o. . Edin. 1775 


Skeloei 4, 5. SCOTTISH HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, &c. Pbbm A. 

Martine's (G^.) Religuiae Divi Andreaey or State of tlie Venerable and Primitial See of St. 
Andrews, &c. 1683. 4/d. . • . . St. Andrews, 1797 

See Iniroductitm to The Aniujuary, 

Hibbert's (Dr. Samuel) Description of the Shetland Islands, ^to. Edin, 1822 

See IfUroduatiim to The Pirate. 

Mnnro's (Col. Rob.) Expedition with the worthy Scots Regiment (called MacKeyis Regiment) 

levied m 1626, &c. /W. ..... . Lond, IQZ7 

See IntrodmoUom to Legeiul ofMwdmee, 


Hailes's (Lord) Annals, and Tracts relatire to the History and Antiquities of Scotland. 3</ 

edU. 8 Tols. 8tK>. ....... Edin, 1819 

Elibank's (Lord) Letter to Lord Hailes on the History of Scotland. \2mo, ih, 1773 

See Pbosb Works, vol. zx. p. 317. 

Wishart's (Rev. Dr. Ckso.) Memoirs of the most renowned James Graham, Marquis of Mon- 
trose, with original Letters, &c. new edit 8fH>. . . »6. 1819 

Dalrymple's (Sir John) Memoirs of Qreat Britain and Ireland, from the last Pari, of Charles II. 
till the Capture of the Fr. and Sp. Fleets at Vigo. Zd edit. 3 vols. 8ro. Lond. 1790 

Pinkerton's (John) Enquiry into the History of Scotland, preceding Malcolm III. (1056.) 

Dissertation on the Scythians and Goths. 2 vols. Svo, . . ib. 1787-94 

See Pross Works, voL zx. pp. 319-827. 

Bailhe's (Rev. Principal Robert) Letters and Journals, &c. from 1 637 to 1 662 ; with Life 

and Glossary, 2 vols. 8ro. . . * . . Edin. 1775 

Stuart's (Dr. Gilbert) History of Scotland, from the Establishment of the Reformation till the 

Death of Mary. 2d edit, 2 vols. 890. .... Lond. 1783 

Lung's (Malcolm) Historical Dissertation on the participation of Mary in the Murder of 

Damley. 2d edit. 2 vols. — Histoi^ of -Scotland, from the Union of the Crowns to the 

Union of the Kingdoms, &c. 2 vols. 4 vols. 890. . . . Lon^/. 1800-1804 

Irving's (Dr. D.) Memoirs of the Life and Writings of George Buchanan. 2d edit. Svo, Edin. 1817 

Pinkerton (Jo.) Vitae Antiquae Sanctorum Scotiae, &c. 890. . Lond. 1789 

Certayne Matters concerning the Realme of Scotland, composed together, &c. as they were 

anno Domini 1597. 8m.4to. ...... f 3. 1603 

See PoKTiciL Works, toL riii. p. 56. Somirs Tracts, toL .ii. 

Martin's (M.) Description of the Western Isles, 2d. edit, with MS. notes by Toland, Dr. Lort, 
Sfc. 8t>o. . . . . . . . . . t5. 17I6 

Hay's (Richard) Vindication of Elizabeth More, (wife of Robert II.) from the charge of being 
a Concubine, &c. with MS. notes, sm. 4to. . . . Edin. 1723 

Webster's (David) Short Account of Scottish Money and Coins, &c. Svo. ib. 1817 

Femie's (Rev. John) History of Dunfermhne. 8ro. with MS. note by Sir W, S. Dun/. 181.5 
Small's (Rev. Dr. R.) Statistical Account of Dundee. Svo. . . Dund. 1792 

King James VI. Essayes of a Prentise in the divine Arte of Poesie ; with prefatory Memoir 
by R. P. GiUies. sm. 400. . . . . . Edin. 1814 



Ancient Popular Poetry of Scotland^ Select Remains of the. Edited by Darid Laing, with 

Letters from the Editor and Robert Pitcaim to Sir fV, S. em, 4fo. . Edin. 1821-9 

Fugitive Scottish Poetry (Various Pieces of) collected by Dayid Laing. Svo. ib, 1825 

See Note to Heart of Mid-LoOuam, 

Heroick Poem upon the late Rebellion^ 8ic. Sec. em, 4tto, , , Land. 1683 

Milne's (Rct. Ad.) Description of the Parish of Melrose, em. Svo, . Edin, 1 743 

See Letters on DenumoU)gy^ p. 99, mote. 

Another Copy, interleaved, with an original letter of the author, , . ib. 1743 

Bower's (John) Description of the Abbeys of Melrose and Old Melrose. Svo. Kelso, 1813 

The Same, 2d edit, improved, Svo. . . . . . Edin, I S22 

Companion to Armstrong's Map of Peebles or Tweeddale. Svo, . ib. 1 775 

Pennecuik's (Alexander) Poems ; containing ' Entertainments for the Curious/ ' Cory don and 

Cochrania, a Pastoral/ &c. with prefatory MS. note. sm. 4tto. . ib. 1723, &c. 

Copland's (John) Saint Andrews, &c., a Poem in 3 parts, sm. 4ito. . ib. 1 776 

Buchanan's (Rev. J. Lane) Travels in the Western Hebrides, 1782 to 1790. Svo, Lond, 1793 

Oswald (James, of Dunnikier,) Memoir of the Public Life and Character of. Svo. Edin. 1825 

Johnstone's (J. Sc J.) Historical and Descriptive Account of George Heriot's Hospital. Svo, 

ib. 1827 
See NoU to TT^ Foriwues of Nigel 


Lithgow's (Wul) Gushing Tears of Godly Sorrow, &c. a Poem, 1C40. Present Surveigh of 

London and England's State, &c. 1643. Expcri men tale, &c. Relation upon that famous 

Siege of Newcastle, &c. 1 645. sm.4fto. . . Edin. djf Lond, 16^0-3-5 

See SoMBRS Tracts, toIs. i?. & v. 

Nineteen Years' Travels, &c. in Europe, Asia, and Afirica, teants title, sm. ^to. 

The Same, Eleventh Edition, with Plates and Notes/rom later Travellers. \2mo. Edin. 1770 

Pennecuik's (Alex.) Geographical, &c. Description of Tweeddale, &c. sm. itto, ib. 1715 

Collection of Scots Poems. \2mo, .... t^. 1769 

Welwood's (Dr. James) Memoirs, &c. for the last hundred years preceding the Revolution of 

1688. 4th edit, sm, Svo. ...... Lond. 1702 

Crawfiurd's (David) Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland. 3d edit. l2mo. Edin. 17 67 

Leslaeus (Jo. Episc. Rossensis) de Orig., Moribus, et Rebus gestis Scotorum. sm, 4to. Rom. 1 675 

See PoKTicAL and Pbose Works, pamm, 

Scot's (Captain Walter, of Satchells,) True History of several honourable Families of the right 

honourable name of Scot, &c. With MS, Verses hy Sir W, S. sm. 4to. Edin. 1 688 
See LiFX, roL i. pp. 63-4. Poeticil Works, jM«tm. Prose Works, toL iii. p. 65, 

Beague's History of the Campaignes 1 548 and 1 549, &c., translated from the French (by Dr. 

Patrick Abercromby) — {wants tide) — Enquiry into the causes of the miscarriage of the 

Scots Colony at Darien. sm. Svo. ..... Edin. 1 707, &c. 

See Prose Works, vol. vii p. 439. 



Lockhart's (George) Memoirs of Scotland from Q. Anne's Accession to the union of the 
Kingdoms, Lond. 1707. 2d. edit with Key, Balcarras's (Earl of) Account of the Affiurs 
of Scotland^ relating to the Revolution of 1688. hond. 1714. tm. Svo. 

Guthrie's (Henry, Bishop of Dunkeld,) Memoirs, &c. of the Conspiracies and Rehellion against 

K. Charles I. sm. Svo. ...... Lond, 1702 

See Pbosk Works, vol. viL p. 185. 

Gordon's (Wm.) History of the Family of Gordon, from their first arrival, &c. to 1690, 

2 vols. sm. Svo. ....... Edin. 1720 

(C. A.) Concise History of the House of Gordon, &c. 1 Smo. Aberd. 1 754 

Ker's (John, of Kersland,) Memoirs, relating to Politics, Trade, and History, &c. 3^. edit. 

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MiscBLLANBA ScoTiCA ; A Collection of Tracts relating to the History, Antiquities, Topography, 
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Letter from Scotts Nobility, &c to Pope 
John in 1320. 

Vol. l_History of the Picts. 

Monipennie's Scots Chronicles, 1633. 
See P1108K Works, toI. tU. p. Iffl. 

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Sight &c. by Th«)philu$ Intulanm. 
See NoU to Legmdof Montrote. 

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Graham's Account of 61encaim> Expedition 

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Buchanan on Ancioit Scottish Surnames. 

History of the Clans. 
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Monro^ Description of Western Isles. 

Martin's Voyage to St ELilda. 

Notices respecting Royal Library of Scot- 

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Buchan's Description of St Kilda. 
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Freebaim's (Robert) History of the Life and Reign of Mary, Queen of Scots, (from the French 
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Ferguson's (Robert^ the Plotter,) The late Proceedings and Votes of the Parliament of Scot- 
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Henry the Minstrel's Acts and Deeds of the most famous and Taliant Champion Sir William 

Wallace. B, L. wants tide. sm. 4ito, ... . Edin. 

Barbour's (John) Life and Acts^ &c. of King Robert Bruce. B. L. em. Uo. ib, 1758 

Wyntoun's (Androw, Prior of LochleTen,) Orjginale Cronykil of Scotland^ with Notes^ 

Glossary^ &c. by David Macpherson. 2 vols, ro^al Svo. . . Lond. 1795 

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Scott's (Rev. James) Hist of Life and Death of John Earl of Qowrie^ &c. royal Svo, EdinASlS 
Letters to Sir Walter Scott on the King's Visit to Scotland in 1822. royal Svo. ib. 1822 

Peterkin's (Alex.) Rentals of the ancient Earldom and Bishopric of Orkney. Svo. ib. 1820 
Pinkerton's (John) Iconographia Scotica, Portraits of illustrious Persons of Scotland^ with 

Biographical Notices. 2 vols, ro^o/ 8oo. .... Lofu/. 1797-9 

See Note to The Abbot, 

Stoddart's (Sir John) Remarks on Local Scenery and Manners in Scotland in 1799-1800. 

2 vols, royal Svo. ..... . . t^. 1801 

See LiFB, ToL i. p. S27. Pobtical WoaKs, toL ii. p. 807. 

Atwood's (William) Scotch Patriot Unmasked ; (Answer to George Ridpath's reducing of 
Scotland by Arms.) em. ^to. ...... t^. 1705 

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9 B 

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Covent Garden, . . . Bidin, 1757 
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2. (Satirical) Epilogue to Douglas, spoke by the 


3. Admonition, &c. by the Presbytery of Edinburgh 

to all within their bounds, 1757. 

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Lond, 1757 

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Drejghom, 1756. 

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The Battle of Flodden Fields B. L. Reprint, sm. 8eo. . Newcastle, 1822 

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Innes' (Tho.) Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhahitants of the Northern Parts of Britain, Sic, 

2 Tols. Bvo, ....... ib, 1729. 

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Heron's (Roh.) Journey through the Western Counties of. Scotland in 1792. 2d edit, 2 vols. 

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Kerr's (Rob.) History of Scotland during the Reign of Robert I. sumamed the Bruce. 2 toIs. 

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Wood, Esq. 2 Toh.fol. ...... ib. 1813 

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Sibbaldi (Rob.) Scotia Illustrata, sive Prodromus Historiae Naturalis Scotiae, &c. fd, ib. 1684 

Scott's (David) History of Scotland, &c. from the year of the world 361 9 to the year of Christ 

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Leslaeus (Joannes) de Tit. et Jure Mariae 
Scot Reg. 

— Rebus Gestis Scotiae Regnante Maria. 

Bucbanani (Geo.) Detectio Mariae Scot Reg. 

Hist Tnigique de Marie, Royne d^Elscosse. 

Bamestapolii (Ob.) Maria Stuarta, R^gina Sco- 
tiae, innocens a caede Darleiana. 
Vol. 2. — ^Conaei (Geo.) Vita Mariae. 

Causin, (Nic.) Histoire de 1* incomparable 
Reine, Marie Stuart 

Strada (Fam.) de Mariae, Ac Vita et Morte. 

K. James VI., Works of. /ol. 

VoL 2_co«i^iM</. 

Scoti (Rom.) Sunmiarium Rationum, quibus 

Canoellarius Ang. &c penuaserunt occiden- 

dam esse Sereniss. Mariam, &c. 
Blackwood, (Adam) Martyre de la Rojrne 

d' Escosse. 
Herren (Ant de) Hist de lo Sucedido en 

Escocia y Inglaterra, &c. 
Castelnau (Mich, de) Elxt des Mcmoires de, 

et des Additions, par Laboureur. 
Brantome. (Extraits de) 
Mort de la Royne d* Escosse. 
Monsieur de Bouiges, Oiaison Funebre de la 

Royne d* Escosse. 

ib. 1616 


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Lausannae, excud. F, Le Preux, 1 574 
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Fordun (Joannis de) Scotichronicon, cum Supplementis et contin. Walt. Boweri. E Cod. MSS.> 

&c. edidit W. Goodall. 2 vols./©/. .... Edin. 1759 

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Foulis's (Henry) History of Romish Treasons and Usurpations^ &c. Jbl, Land. 1671 

- ■ Hist, of the Wicked Plots and Conspiracies of our pretended Saints^ td edit. fd. Oxf. 1 674 

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Crawford's (Geo.) Peerage of Scotland, fd. . t^. 1716 

Cragii (Tho. de Riccarton) Jus Feudale. edit. ^. curante Jac. Baillie. fd. ib. 1732 

Calderwood's (Rev. Day.) History of the Church of Scotland, from the Reformation to the end 
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Spotswood's (Abp.) History of the Chorch of Scotland, from A.D. 203 to the death of James VI. 

4rt edit, with Appendix, foi. ..... Land, 1C77 

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Argyle, Case of Earl of, containing his trial, escape, and sentence, &c. (wanting last leaf) 

1683. Grand Indictment for High Treason, against the Marquess of A rgylc, &c., 1661. 

His Defences to the Indictment, Speeches in Parliament, and Speech on the Scaffold, &c. 

with MS. note by Sir W. S., 1661. fol. . . Edin. 1661-83 

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Sihbald's (Sir Robt) History of Fife and Kinross, the Firths of Forth and Tay, and the Islands 

in them, /ol, ....... ib. 1710 

See PomcAL Wokks, yoL It. pi 268. 

Standsficld, (Philip) Tryal of, for the Murder of his father. Sir James Standsfield, with MS, 

note by Sir W, S. and Letter from C. K. Sharpe, Esq. fd. . . i^. 1688 

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Ramsay's (Allan) Gentle Shepherd, with iUuttrations by David AUan. Glaegow, Foulis, 1788 
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Crawfurd's (Geo.) Description of Renfrewshire, continued to the present period, hy G. Robert- 
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Papers relating to the administration of Justice in Scotland in Civil Cases, /ol. Edin. 1809-10 

Laws and Acts of the First Parliament of Charles II. holden at Edinburgh, Ist January 1661, 
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Turner's (Sir James) Pallas Artnata : Military Essayes, &c. /ol. Lond. 1 683 

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of the Pretender.) /ol. ...... Edin. 17^2 

Albania, a Poem, addressed to the Genius of Scotland, with MS. note by Sir JV. S. /ol. 

Lond. 1737 
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LsTTiRS ON DncoNOLOfiT, pp. 42-3. LiFS, YoL ii. p. 364. 

Proceedings at law by Francis Stuart, Son of Francis Earl of BothweU, against the Earl 0/ 

Buedeuch, MS. /ol. 

Genealogy o/the Family of Haliburton, MS. sm./ol. 

Campbell's (Alex.) Introduction to the History of Poetry in; Scotland, from the 13th century 

to the present time ; to which are subjoined, Saugs of the Lowlands, &c. ^to. Edin. 1798 

See Lips, toL i. pp. 48-9, note, 


Memorial for Major General Walter Ker of Littledean, Defender, in Action of Reduction 
brought at the instance of Sir James Innes Ker, Pursuer. Uo. . Edin. 1811 



Actis and Constitutioonis of the Realme of Scotland^ B. L.^ commonfy called thb Black Acts^ 
(from James I. to MaryX title page supplied in MS. 9m, fd, Edin, by R. Lekpreuik, 1566 

Fordtin (Joannis de) Scotichronicon Gcnuinum, cum Supplemento ae Contmuatione Boweri. 
E Cod. MSS. edidit Th. Hcarnius. 5 vols. 8ro. Ch. Max. Oxtm. 1723 

Keith's (Bp. Robt.) Catalogue of the Scottish Bishops to 1688^ &c. New edition, continued to 

the present time^ with Author's Life> by the Rey. Dr. M. Rossel. royal 8ro. Edin. 1824 

Campbeirs (Alex.) Journeys from Edin. through parts of No. Brit. &c. 2 vols, ^o* Land. 1802 

See LiFB, vol. i. pp. 48-9, nott. Poitical Workr, toL Tiii. p. 57. 

Memorials the Haliburtons. Edited by Sir Walter Scott^ ttith MS. additions by him. 4to. 

Edin. 1820 

Complaynt of Scotland, written in 1548 ; with preHminary Dissertation and Glossary by Dr. 

John Leyden. 4fo. . . . . . . ib. ISOl 

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Hailes's (Lord) 6 Tracts relative to the History and Antiquities of Scotland. 4to. t&. 1800 
Ossian's Fingal, an Ancient Epic Poem, in six Books ; together with several other Poems. 

Translated from the Gaelic by James Macpherson. 2 vols. 4to. . Land. 1762 

Phingalcis, sive Hibemia Liberata, Epicum Ossianis Poema, e Coltico Sermone conversum, &c. 

ab Alex. MocDouald, with Letter from Mr. Lockhart respecting the Author. 800. Edin. 1 820 
Acts of the Parliament of Scotland from 1640 to 1649, {part of ike Collection commonly called 

Rescinded Acts.) sm.fol. ...... t^. 1640-1649 

Amot's (Hugo) History of Edinburgh. 4ft>. .... ib. \ 7 SS 

Ridpath's (Rev. Geo.) Border History of England and Scotland, from the earliest times to the 

Union of the Crowns, &c. published by his son Philip Ridpath. 4ito. Lond. 1776 

See Poetical Workh, pauim. Pross Works, toI. rii. p. ^Q. 

Shaw's (Sam.) Alphabetical Index of Registered Entails in Scotland, from 1685 to 1784. 4/o. 

Edin. 1784 

Ferguson's (Dr. Adam) Biographical Sketch of Col. Patrick Ferguson. 800. ib. 1817 

Skinner's (Rev. John) Annals of Scottish Episcopacy from 1788 to 1816, &c. 800. ib. 1818 

Jamieson's (Rev. Dr. John) Hist. Account of the Ancient Culdees of lona, &c. 4ft>. ib. 1811 

See Life, vol. iL p. SS2. 

Menu de la maison de la Ro3rne, faict par Monsieur de Pinguillon, 1562. Edited by Thomas 
Thomson, Esq. sm. 4to. . . . . . . t&. 1816 

Paterson's ( ) Twelve Etchings of Edinburgh, by an Amateur. 4to. . ib. 

Scenery and Antiquities of Mid-Lothian, drawn and etched by an Amateur. 4to. ib. 1819 

Nugae Dcrelictac, quas coUigerunt J. Maidment et R. Pitcaim, (18 pieces), royal 8vo. ib. 1 822 
Brydson's (Thos.) Observations respecting Precedence, and some of the distinctions of rank on 
which it is founded, &c. with Supplement to second edition. 4to. . t&. 1812-14 

Fountainhall's (Lord) Chronological Notes of Scottish Affairs, from 1680 to 1701, with Intro- 
duction by Sir Walter Scott 4/0. .... . t^. 1822 

See LiPi, vol. t. p. 134. 


Shdves 5, 6. SCOTTISH HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, &c. Pbbss B. 

Miseelianea Curiosa, MS. 4to, Containing, 

1. North Country Ballads, 

2. FacetioHM Poem in imUaHon of Cherry and Sloe, j-c. 

by a, G. </S, . . . JStfw. 1700. 

3. OvtUnes of Jlidorical Sketch of the name of Scott, 

4. Genealogy of the SainteeUuret, {By Father Hay 1) 

See PoencAL Workb, roL Ti. Notes 3 R and 3 U. 

5. Deduration of James III, ^c, 1722. 

6. Letters between Pope and the ttto Tonsons. 

7. Letter from Dr, John Leyden to William Erslane^ 

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4, 5. Bertrand du Gneidin. 

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Jean de Troyes. 

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Claude Joly. 

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Boyd, (Archib.) Disputatio Juridica, &c de Obligationibus et Actionibus, &c. 4/d. Edin. 1825 
Mackenzie, (Gul. Forbes) Disputatio Juridica, &c. Si, pendente lite, mors intenrenerit ? &c. 

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Jonae (Runolph.) Recentissima Antiq. Ling. Septent. Incunabula, i,e. Grammaticae Islandicae 

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Cervantes (Miguel) Ocho Comedias y Ocho Entremeses, nuevos, &c. Imperfect, large Bvo. 

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CcBecHon ofBaUads, Letters, Copy of Rev, Robert Latins Memorials, Mr. Hattys Poekmanty 
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Vynei^s (Rev. Dr. Robert) Very long, curious, and extraordinary Sermon, preached 14th March 

1732, at a noted chapel in Westminster, Sec, 4to. Lond. 1733 

Sstji* against Hypocrites. «m. 4to. ..... ib. 1674 

Wild'a (Rev. Dr. Robert) Iter Boreale, &c., on the successful and matchless march of the Lord 

General Monck, from Scotland to London, &c. sm. 4to. . ib. 1660 

See PaosB Woeks, toL C p. 85. 

57 H 


Tracts, sm, 4ito. containing^ 

1. Account of the pretended Prince of Wales, and 

other grieyances, &c., and a short account of the 
murther of the Earl of Essex, &c. Lond. 1688 

2. Account how the Earl of Essex killed himself in 

the Tower of London, &c. A. 1683 

8. DanTers^ (Colonel) Murther will out ; or a clear 

and full discovery that the Earl of Essex did 

not murther himself &c. 16.1689 

See SoMBM TmACT8» toL x. 

4. EUegie on the Earl of Essex, who cut his own 
throat, &c /ol, Edm, 1683 

Innocency and Truth Vindicated. An account of what hath been and is ready to be deposed 

to prove the most treacherous and cruel murder of Arthur late Earl of Essex^ &c. With 

MS. Note. 4to. ...... . Lond. 1689 

See SoMias Tractr, toI. x. 

Ormonde (Duke of) Conduct of^ in the Campaign of 1812. i^o. . t^. 1715 

Heywood's (Thomas) Reader^ here you '11 plainly see^ Judgment perverted by these three, A 
Priest^ a Judge^ a Patentee^ &c. 1641. sm. 4ito. Reprint, 

Middleton's (General Sir Thomas) Declaration^ &c. setting forth the illegality^ &c.^ of a per- 
nicious Oath^ &c. sm, 4to. ...... ib. 1 644 

Cruden's (Alexander) Account of the Trials &c.^ July 1739^ on an action brought by Mr. 
Cruden against Dr. Monro^ Sic, for false imprisonment^ &c. 8po. . t^. 174O 

Tracts. 890. 

1. Tiue and Faithfiil NanatiYe of 01i?er Cromwellls I 2. Letter ^ftom Mr. Macoartney, Dec. 1712, <m the 
compact with the Denl for seven years, &c. I Duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord 

2d €dU. .... Lond. 1720 | Mohun. .... •&. 1713 

See Paosa WoaKS, toL xxt. p. 209. 

Prince Eugene not the man you took him for^ &c. sm. 890. . . ti^. 1712 

Particular Declaration and Testimony of the undutifull and traitorous affection borne against 

her Majestie^ by Edmond Campion^ Jesuite^ and other condenmed priests, &c. B, L. 4to. 

With MS. notes. ...... Lond. C. Barker, 1 582 

Aminadab, or the Quakers Vision, (relative to Dr. Sachverel.) Svo. . 1^. 1710 

Wagstaff^s (Dr. Will.) Letter from the facetious Dr. And. Tripe to the Venerable Nestor 

Ironside, &c. Svo. ....... ib. 1714 

Bibliotheca PaHiamenti, Libri Thcologici, Politici, Historici, &c., done into English for the 

Assembly of Divines, &c. With MS. additions. 4to. . ib. 1653 

See SoMKRS Tracts, vol. vii. 

Hammilton's (Col. Sir Frederick) Humble Remonstrance to the Conunittee of both Kingdoms, 
&c., and three other Tracts relating to the same. 4to. . . t^. 1644-5 

Truth brought to light by Time. The proceedings touching the Divorce between the Lady Fr. 
Howard and Robert Earl of Essex, &c With MS. notes, (imperfect.) 4to. ib. 1651 

Chesterfield's, (Philip Earl of) Speech in the House of Lords against the bill for licensing dra- 
matic performances. Svo. ...... Dub. 1749 

Guard's (Theodore do la) Simple Cobbler of Aggawam in America, Willing to help mend his 
native country, &c. 4to. ...... Lond. 1647 



Riyere (A.) The Sad Condition of a distracted Kingdome^ &c.^ a Poem. «m. 4/o. Land, 164.5 
The (Latin) Description of Hoghind^ with its Dedication translated in English. — Collection of 

Hymns and Poems for the use of the October Club^ &c. 890. . *6. 1711 

Ljttelton (Lord) The Court Secret^ a Melancholy Truths &c.« translated from the Arabic by 

an adept (relatiye to Lord Scarborough and the Duch. of Manchester.) 2d edit, 8ro. tb. 1743 

Gee's (John) The Foot out of the Snare^ with a detection of sundry late practices^ &c.^ of the 

Priests and Jesuits in England^ &c. 2d edit. tm. 4fto. . t^. 1624 

See Soinais Tkacts, toL ii 

Vicars's (John) God in the Mounts or England's Remembrancer^ &c. 4to. ib. 1 641 

Relation of the Engagements and Actions of H. M. fleet under the command of his Highnesse 
Prince Rupert^ &c. 4fto. ...... ib. 1673 

Dangerfield's (Capt.) Memoires^ digested into Adventures^ &c. By his own hand. 4to. ib. 1685 

London's Grreat Jubilee^ restor'd and perform'd on Tuesday^ October 29^ 16S9, for the enter- 
tainment of Sir Thomas Pilkington^ Lord Mayor^ &c. containing a Description of the several 
Pageants and Speeches^ &c for the entertunment of their Majesties^ &c. who honoured his 
Lordship this year with their presence. By Matthew Taubman. 4to. t^. 1689 

Ware's (Robert) Foxes and Firebrands^ or a Specimen of the Danger and Harmony of Popery 
and Separation^ &c. 2d edit. 4fto. . . . t5. 1681 

The Fatal Vesper^ or a True and Punctuall Relation of that lamentable accident on Sunday 
the 26th of October last^ &c. 4/o. . . t^. 1623 

The Reformado^ precisely charactered by a Transformed Church- Warden, &c. «m. 4/o. ib. 1642 

Tracts relative to Prince Rupert 1 vol. sm. 4»to. containing^ 

1. The Bloody Prince; or Declamtion of the cruel | at Lichfield against Prince Rupert, &c 1643 

piiacticeiofPr.Bupeiiy&c By J. W. XoiMf. 1643 3. An Apology vindicating the Cavalien from a par- 

2. Roaell^i (Colonel) Relation of the valiant pro- 

tiall aspersion, &c. . 1643 

ceedingB of the Parliament forces in the closse . 4. llie Cavalien Catechisme, &c. 1643 

Manifest Truths^ or an Inversion of Truths Manifest^ containing a narration^ &c.^ and vindica- 
tion of the Parliament and Kingdome of England from the false and injurious aspersions 
east on them by the author of the said Manifest (David Buchanan.) 4to. Land. 1646 

The False Brother^ or a New Map of Scotland^ drawn by an Englishpendl^ &c. tm. 4eto. ib. 1 657 

Parker's (Henry) Scotland's Holy War ; a Discourse^ &c., how the Scots^ out of a corrupt pre- 
tended zeal to the Covenant, have made the same scandalous and odious to all good men, 
&c 9m. 4to. ....... ib, 1651 

Scarce Tracts, Reprints of seven — in one vol. wn. 4to. containing, 

1. TheI>oune&lQfTemporisingPoet8,&c£om/.164l 

2. The Highway Woman, Ac Maicy Clay, other- 

wise called Jenny Fox. *b, 1665 

3. DedaiBtion of Captain James Hind. A. 1651 

4. The Mowing Devil ; or Strange News out of Hart- 

foidshife, &c t&.i678 

5. Sir Thomas Middleton*s Declaration &c. ib. 1644 

6. The Generous Usurer, Mr. Novell in Thames St. 


7. Danvers, (John) The Royal Oake ; or an Histori- 
cal Desrription of the Royal Progress, &c., of 

Charles 11. . ib. 

See 80MBBS TaACfS* vol- vU. 


Pant L. ABBOTSFORD LIBRABY. Shdf>€9 3, 4. 

Tracts relative to the Giyil War^ 1643-4. in 1 toI. mi. 4to, Contaiiiing, 

1. Worthy Speech made bj Lord Brooke, && ..... JCond. 1643 

2. MesBBge, with a Letter sent by H. K. to Prince Rupert, &c . . . A. 164S 

3. Wonderftil preierfatiim and deUyeianoe of John Harrington, Eaq. from the hands of the Cavaliefs, 6lc. 

ib. 1643 

4. Thud InteUigence from Reading, &c. ..... . April 26, 1648 

5. Merturimt BtOkm, Fourth Intelligence from Reading, &c ... 1643 

6. Letter from Hii Excellency the Eail of Emcx to the gentlemen, &c. of the county. 1643 

7. Letter to Hii Mijetty from a Member of the Houie of Commons, &c. 1 643 

8. The truth of our bad news from Exeter, &c ..... Majf 20, 1643 

9. Articles of agreement, &c. upon delivery of the dty of Exoester, &c 1648 

10. Sir E. Hungeiford's Vindication for the Surrendering of Malmabuiy, &c 1643 

1 1. Fourteen articles of Treason, &c against Edward Dobson, the malignant Stationer, &c Oaefurd^ 1643 

12. Briefe Dedaration of all the Civill Wanes, &c in England. 1643 

13. Fuller Relation of that miraculous Victory, &c. of the Parliament's forces under Lord Fairfiuc, against 

the Earl of Newcastle's army at Wakefield, &C. ..... 1643 

14. Letter sent to the Hon. William Lenthall, Speaker, &c. on the Victory obtained over the King'k forces 

near Newbury, &c. ........ 1644 

15. Humble Petition of many thousands of wives and matrons, &c . . . • 1643 

16. Exact Relation of the Siege before yorke,&c ..... 1644 

17. of the relieving the resolute ganison of Lyme, &c .... 1644 

1& Two great Victories, &c. by the Earle of Denbi^ and Colonel Mitton, &c. 1644 


Volume of Tracts (62) relating to tHe Ciyil War, &c. sm. 4/o. Land. 1 644-46. Containing, 

1. Vicars'k (John) Looking Glass for Malignants. 

2. Relation of Montrose'k Victory at Kilsyth. ...... 1645 

3. — Lesleyls Victory over Montrose. ....... 1645 

4. England's Remembrancer. Catalogue of Victories obtained by the Parliament's forces. 1645 

5. Speech of Lord Loudon, Lord Chancellor of Scotland, &c .... 1645 

6. Ifanifosto of the Scots Commissioners. ...... 1645 

7. Manifestation to Parliament ftom Lord Inchiquin and others. 1645 

8. Lithgow'S (William) Relation of the Siege of Newcastle. .... Edm, 1645 

9. Proceedings of Sir Thomas Fairfox'sAnny,(Na 5.) ..... 1645 

10. Examination of Relation of the Siege of Leicester. 

11. Fairclough'k (Rev. H.) Examination, Confession, and Arraignment of the Essex Witches. 1645 

See Utten on Dammologp- 

12. Brereton's (Sir William) Letter on the Surrender of Chester. .... 1645 

13. Fairfex*8 (Sir Thomas) Letter concerning the King'k being brought ftom Holmby. 1645 

14. Advertisements for the election of Burgesses to Parliament .... 1645 
16. Wither^ (George) Letters of advice on the choice of Knights and Bu rge ss e s. 1645 

16. Letters intercepted by Colonel llfitton. ...... 1645 

17. Relation of the miseries of Province of Munster. ..... 1645 

1 8. Remonstrance of General Assembly of Kirk of Scotland to the King. 1645 

19. England'to Remembrancer. (IhqtUeate of No, 4.) 




Pbbm L. 



Faiifia'to(StfThoiiiM)Belaaoiiof theStoniiizig,&e.offiriitoL 1645 

Fuiftz'to (Sir Thomas) Aimy, Pioceediogi of, (Na 7.) .... 1 645 

Ditto, (No. 5.) (Duplieate 0/ No. 9.) 

Ditto, (No. 2.) ......... 1645 

Speeches at a (xmimon Hall by Mewri. Lide, Tide, and Brown, &C. 1645 

Cromwell'to (O.) Letter to H. of Con taking of Bristol .... 1645 

on taking of Basing House. ....... 1645 

Second Declaration of Parliament of proceedings with the Netherlands* Ambasndors, &c. 1645 

Gilbert's (K) The Prelatioal CaTalier catechised. . ... 1645 

H. K.'to Additional Propositions to the Irish Rebels, Slc 1645 

The Three Treaties between Enghmd and Scotland, with the Solemn League and Corenant, Ajc 1645 
Earl of EssexlB Paper, on offering up his Commission. .... 1645 

Earl of LevenlB Account of Proceedings of Scottish Armj, &c. J645 

Petition of Lord Mayor, &c of London to the H. of C. With the Answer. 1645 

Door of Truth opened ; or, Nanatife of the occasion how Mr. H. Burton came to shut himself out of 

Aldermanburj Church doors. ...... 1645 

Belationofdefeatof Lord GeoigeDigb7,&c. by the Scots. ^. 1645 

Cromwell's (O.) Letter on the taking of Winchester Castle. 1645 

HammiltoniB (Sir Frederick) Infbnnatlon, &c concerning Sir William Cole, &c 1645 

fifth's (Geoige) Enghmdjs Pressures ; or, the Peopleli Complaint. 1645 

BtUttmhu Ekmnatm; a full answer to Mr. BeUamy'k Plea, &c Bjr Irenaeus Ljsimachus. 1645 


Remonstrance and Petition to the H. of C. from the Lord Mayor, &c. of London. 

New Petition for Subscription of hands to the late City Remonstrance, &c. 

Further Answer to City Remonstrance. ...... 

City Remonstnmce remonstratod ; or. Answer to Colonel J. Bellamy^ Vindication. 
BellamielB (John) Justification of City Remonstrance, in answer to the preceding. 
Moderate Reply to City Remonstrance. ...... 

Vindication of London Remonstrance. ...... 

CranfordlB (James) Plain English, &c. Vindication of the London Remonstrance. 

Last Warning to Inhabitants of London. 

An Alarme to the Last Warning Piece to London, by way of answer. 

A Word in Season to all sorts of w^-minded people, &c. . . . . 1646 

Petit of 12,500, and upwards, of gentlemen of Lancashire ; with defence thereof^ by Rev. J. Tilsley. 1646 

to House of Peers, fsook SiGnisten of Sufiblk and Essex, &c . . . 1646 

F<M» PcpMb* ; or, the People'k ay against the Cleigy. ..... 1646 

Hue and ay after For Popwli, &c ....... 1646 

City Alarum ; or, the Week of our Miscairiages. ..... 1645 

Mu^ra?e^i (John) Word to the Wise. 1645 

Interaet of Eng^d maintained. (Tract on City^Remonstrance.) 1646 

Letter fhmi Sultan Morat to Uladidaus, King of Poland. .... 1645 

N o c e a aty of neaier oonjunction, &c among Evangelical Protestants, &c. 1644 

The Sjng*k Declaration to all Foreign Protestant Churches, &c. ... 1644 

Propositions of Irish Rebels to the King, &C. ..... 1644 

the Ambassadors fkom the Netherlands. ...... 1644 

Mercuriua CaledoniuB, 4^. Diurnall^ &c. of all such Speeches, Disputes, Debates, Occurrents, 
■od Remarkable Passages, &c. during Uiis present Session at Edinbui^gh. sm, 44o. Edin. 1 648 



Brief Narrative of that Stupendous Tragedie^ late intended to be acted by the Satanical Saints 

of these reforming times. Trials^ &c. and Ck>nfes8ion8 of Thomas Tonge^ George Phillips^ 

&c. &c. 4^, ....... Lond. 1662 

Scott^ (Thomas) the Belgick Souldier^ or Warre was a Blessing. 4to. Dort, 1624 

Eglisham's (George) Forerunner of Revenge upon the Duke of Buckingham for the pojrsoning 

of the most potent King, &c. «m. 4to. .... Franekf, 1626 

See Somiis* Tracts, toL v. 

The Lady Elinor [l)ouglas« Second Wife of Sir Archibald Douglas^^ her Appeal^ &c. 9m. Uo. 

Burton's (Henry) Grand Impostor Unmasked ; or a Detection of the notorious hypocrisie and 

desperate impiety of the late Archbishop (so styled) of Canterbury^ &c. sm. 4tto. Published 

cuxording to order, 
Lilbume's (Col. John) Triall by an Extraordinary or Speciall Commission^ &c. Oct. 1649. 

2 parts^ with Observations upon the Triall^ &c. 4/d. Lond, 1649 

.The Secretary of the Scots Army^ His Relation to the Commissioners respecting the King, &c. 

1 646. — Letter from Lord General Cromwell from Dunbar^ &c. the Sd of Sept. 1 650. tm, ^to, 

id. 1646-50 
Cromwell, (Oliver) A few Anecdotes and Observations relative to, and his family ; rectifying 

the errors of Nicolaus Commcnus, &c. sm, 4fto. . . . ib, 1 763 

Tracts (Twelve) during the Civil War. sm. 4/o. . Lond. Sf Edin, 1644-59 

1. RutherfordlB (Rev. Sam.) Fast Sennon before the House of Commons, Jan. 31, 1644, Edm. 1644 

2. Answer of the Lords and Commons, &c. to seveml Piqpers of the Commissionen of Scotland. Lomd. 1646 

3. of the Commons to the Scots Commissioners* Paper and Letter of October last. A. 1646 

A. of the Scots Commissioners to both Houses of Parliament, upon the new Propositions, Ax. ib, 1647 

5. D[nmoulin] P[eter] ? Another Parcel of Problemes concerning Religion, &c. 1648 

6. Answer of the Pariiament of England to the King'k (Charles II.) Dedaiation, &c. ; printed at Edin- 

burgh, &C. ......... Lomd. 1650 

7. lUnumdrauee^ 27^ Oetcber 1650, to the CommiUoe o/Ettatet^ from tAe ^entiemen^ ojffletn, mimden^ f-c. at 

Dumfiiet, MS. 

8. Causes of the Lord'to Wrath against Scotland, &c 6y Mr. Jamm CMm^ (^StkUmg. The AutkorMp of 

ikk was ike gromd of kit trial and exeeuOom after tke RestoraHom, imper/eet. 1653 

9. Declaration by his Highness, &c. ; setting forth, &c the justice of their cause against Spain. 

reprinted Edim, 1655 

10. Lenthall^ (Sir John) Humble Petition, setting forth his case, .... 1653 

1 1 . Monck's (Lord General) Three Letters, to the Speaker, Lord Fleetwood, and Lord Lambert, Edm. 1659 

12. The Grand Concernments of England ensured, &c . . . repriiaod Edin. 1659 

Pitman's (Henry, Chyrurgion to the late^Duke of Monmouth,) Relation of his Great Sufferings 
and Strange Adventures, sm. 4/o. ..... Lond. 1689 

Bacon's (Francis) Twoo Bookes of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, &c. Uo. 

ib. 1605 

Shakspeare's Plays. 2 •vols, imperial Svo. . . Edin. BaSantyne, 1819 




Pbbss M. 

AysooQgfa's (Roy. Samuel) Index to the remarkable Passages and Words made use of by 
Shakspeare^ &c. imperial 8tw. ..... Land, 1790 

Ballantyne's Novelist's Library; with Lives of tlie Authors, by Sir Walter Scott 10 vols. 

imperial 800. 

VoL 1. Joseph Andrews. '\ 

Tom Jones. ( 

/ Fielding. 



\ Sterne. 

Edin. 1821-24. 


Jonathan Wild. 
2. Roderick Random. 

Peregrine Pickle. 

Humphrey Clinker. 
S. Count Fathom. 

Sir L. Greaves. 

Don Quixote. 
4.0aBlas. .^ 

Deyil on Two Sticks. I ^ 

ChrjsaL C. Johnstone. 
5. Tristnun Shandy. 

Sentimental Journey 

Vicar of Wakefield. Goldsmith. 

Rasselas. Johnson. 

Man of Feeling. Mackenzie. 

See Lips, toI, t. pp. 80 and 136. 

Vol. 5. Man of the World. I „ , 
Julia de Roubignd j ^ 
Castle of Otranto. Walpole. 
Old English Baron. Clara Reeve. 
6, 7. Pamela. \ 

Chirissa Harlowe. v Richardson. 

8. Sir C. Giandison. j 

9. GulUver's Travels, by Swift 
Mount Henneth. 

Barham Downs. J- by R. Bnge. 
James Wallace. ) 
Henry, by Cumberland. 
10. Sicilian Romance. 
Romance of the Forest 
Mysteries of Udolpho. 
The Italian. 
CasUes of Athlin and Dunbayne. 

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Grimm, (Bruder) Die beiden Sltesten Deutschen Gedichte aus dem 8^^ Jahrhundert : Das 

Lied von Hildebrand und Hadubrand^ und das Weissenbronner Gebet^ &c. 4ft>. Caud, 1812 
Sammlung Deutscher Gedichte aus dem xii. xiii. and xiv. Jahrhundert. 3 vols, in 2. 4ro. 

{wUh MS. Indexes, S^c, by Henry Weber.) .... Berlin, 1784 

Hagen^ (F. H. von dor) und Biisching^ (Dr. J. G.) Deutsche Gedichte des Mittelalters. vol. 1 . 

4to. ........ id. 1808 

Stanihiirsti(Rich.)DeRebusinHibemiagesti8Libriiy. cumAppendice^&c. 4io. Antwerp.1584 
Andersen Feldberg, (A.) Denmark Delineated ; or Sketches of the present State of that 

country, imperial Sw, ...... Edin, 1824 

Kan/S'Skuffff'Ho, ^e. ; Speculum Regale. Danice et Latine^ cum var. lect notis, &c. ab 

H. Einersen. 4tto. ....... Soroe, 1768 

See PoincAL Works, yoL iv. p. 290. 



Idands Landnamabok. Liber Originiim Islandiae^ cum vers. Latiii% w. lect &c. Edente 
Joan. Finnaeo. ^to, ...... Haun. 1774 

Hidnutiemn BogtamUng, tienende til Oplysning af de under den Danske Regiemng liggende 

Staters Litteratur. Edente P. F. Suhm. 2 yols. 4to. . . Kioben. 1782 

Saxonis Grammatici Historia DanicHy &c. edidit Chr. Petrus. fol, Parrhis. 1514 

See PoincAL Womsa, toI. iii. p. 242 •, — Lttten on Deimmologjff ^ 

Figa-Glums Saga. Vita Viga-Glumi, cum vers. Latina, notnlis^ &c. a G. Petersen. 4io. 

Haun. 1786 
De Danorum Rebus Gestis Sec. iii. et iv.^ Poema Danicum dialecto Anglo-Sazonico. Ex Bibl. 

Cotton. Mus. Brit edidit &c G. J. Thorkelin. 4to, . . . «&. 1815 

Smith's (Rey. Dr. John) GkJic Antiquities^ consisting of a History of the Druids^ Dissertation 

on Ossian's Poems^ &c. &c. 4to. ..... Edin. 1780 

Vallance/s (Major Charles^) Grammar of the n>emo-Celtic or Irish Language. 4tto, Dub. 1 773 
HaUiday's (Sir And.) Annals of the House of Hanover. 2 vols, imperial Svo. Lond. 1826 


Regis Magni^ &c. Leges Gula-Thingenses^ sive Jus Ck>nm)une Norvegicum^ cum interp. Lat. 

et Dan.^ var. lect &c. cura G. J. Thorkeh'n. Fine Paper, 4to. Haun. 1817 

Gunnlaugi Vermilinguis et Rafnis Poetae Vitae. Island, et Lat cum notis^ &c. &c. Fine 

Paper, 4fto. ........ ib. 1775 

Rymb^la, sive Rudimentum Computi Ecdesiast^ et Annales Vett. Islandorum^ &c. &c. Isl. et 

Latin. &c. cura Steph. Biomonis. 4to. .... Haun. 1780 

Diplomatarium Ama-Magnaeanum^ exhibens Monumenta diplomatica quae collegit et Univer- 

sitati Havniensi testam. reliquit Amas Magnaeus^ &c. Edidit G. J. Thorkelin. 2 vols. 44o. 

ib. 1786 

Fyrbiggia Saga, sive Eyranomm Historia^ Island, et Lat cum notis^ &c. G. J. Thorkelin. 

Aio. ........ ib. 1787 

Sir W, Scoit^i Abttraet o/thii eurioui work wUl be found in Prose Works, vol v. p. 255 ti «tg. 

Hervarar Saga, &c. Historia HervGrae et Regis Heidreki^ Isl. et Lat cura Steph. Biomonis, 

cum comment P. F. Suhm, &c. 4/^. .... ib. 1785 

See PomcAL Works, vol ii. p. 257 *, toL iii. p. 245. 

Johnstone (Rev. James) Antiquitates Celto-Scandicae, sive Series rer. gest inter Nationes 
Brit. Insul. et Gentes Septentrionales^ &c. — Antiquitates Celto-Normanicae^ containing the 
Chronicle of Man and the Isles^ &c. &c. 2 vols, in 1, 4to. Copenhag. 1786 

Magnusen, (Professor Finn) Oplysninger om Kildeme til Hr. Prof. Torkel Badens Sammen- 
ligning mellem den Nordiske og den Graefkromerske Mythologie. 4/d. ib. 1821 

Magnus, (Olaus) Compendious History of the Goths^ Swedes and. Vandals, and other 

Northern Nations. Translated by J. S. fd. . . . Lond. 1658 

See NoU$ to the Pirate. Postical Works, toL L pp. 204-5, &c. ; vol. iv. p. 295 ; vol. yiii. mo<» F. 

ToL ix. p. 91-2. 


Skdf>e9 2, 3. THEOLOGICAL WORKS. Prbsb L. 

Phillips^ (Geo.) Dissertado inaug. Historico-Juridica de Anglo-Saxonnm Re Jadiciaria. 4to. 

Gming. 1815 
The Spirit of Popery speaking out of the Months of phanatical Protestants^ or^ Last Speeches of 

Mr. John Kid and Mr. John King, &c. With the Hist, of the Archhishop of St. Andrews 

his Murder^ &c. fol, ...... Lond, 1680 

Wehster's (Rev. James) Covenants of Redemption and Grace dispkyed. 4/d. Edin. 1707 
Impartial Account of the Prophets : in a Letter to a Friend. 4to. t^. no date, hut aboui 1 706 
The Smoaking Flax unquenchahle ; where the Union hetwixt the two Kingdoms is dissecated^ 

&c. {against the Union, and infawmr of a Republic.) 4>to. . 1706 

The Scotch Preshyterian Eloquence^ or, the Foolishness of their teaching discovered from their 

Books, Sermons, and Prayers, &c. Second Edition with additions. 4to. Lond, 1693 

Newcastle General Magazine for the year 1747. 4to. Newc. 1747 

Forms of Prayer composed on occasion of the present horrid and unnatural Rehellion. 4to. 

Lond, 1745 
Report of the Proceedings and Opinion of the Board of General Officers on the Conduct, &c, 

of Lieut-General Sir John Cope, &c. from the breaking out of the Rebellion in North Britain, 

in the year 1745, till the Action at Prestonpans inclusive. 4/o. . Lond, 1749 

Walker (Pat) Biographia Presbgterianal (Containing the Lives of the Rev. Alex. Peden, 

John Semple, John Welwood, Donald Cargill, and Walter Smith ; and the Life of the Rev. 

James Ren wick, by Alex. Shields.) 2 vols. 8ro. Fine Paper, Edin, 1827 

See Prou Works, toL six. p. 70 ; Letttrton Demonology, p. 180 ; Lifk, vol. iv. p. 136, nole. 

Reflexions Libres et desint^ressees d' un depute a la Chambre Basse du Parlement d' Angle- 
terre, &c. contenant la Justification des Droits de la Maison Royale des Stuards. Trad, de 
r Anglois. A vec quatre Suites. 4tto. . . . Edim. et Darin/, 17^5-6 

Genuine Account of the Lives, Behaviour, Confession, and dying words of the Three Scots 
Rebels, Donald McDonald, James Nicholson, and Walter Ogilvie, executed 22d August 1746, 
for High Treason, at Kennington Common. 4to. . Lond, 17^0 

Part of the Diary of Mr, George Murray, Seceding Minister in Annandale, (" The Second 
Part of my Life which I began to writte about the time the Lord was calling me forth to 
publick work in his Vineyard.") ,^ww 1742 to 1753, MS. sm, 4ito, 

SHELF in, 

Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence, &c. Answer to Scotch Presb3rterian Eloquence. 12m^. 

Lond, 1789-90 

Erskine's (Ralph) Elegiack Poem to the Memory of the great, &c. Mr. James Cuthbert, 

sometime Minister of the Gospel at Culross, who died October 1715. — Elegy, or Funeral 

Poem on the much lamented Death, &c. of the Rev. Mr. Alex. Hamilton, Minister of the 

Gospel at Stirling, who died January 1738. 8ro. . . . Edin, 1739 

The Assembly's Shorter Catechism explained, two Parts, with Index by Mr. Fisher. 8M edit, 
\2mo. ........ Glasg, 1779 

^5 I 


Sennons and Tracts. I toI. 9m. Svo, containing, 

1. Stamp'to (ReT. Dr. Wm.) Treatiie of Spiritual In&tuation, bdng the prasent yitible disease of the 

Eogliflh nation, &c Sennoni deUvered at the Hague in 1650. rtprud. Lomd. 1716 

2. Ranken (David, Episcopal Minister at Edinbuis^,) The Safety of the Righteous Man from Iiyuiy 

and Harm, &c. a Sermon, . ....... Edm. 1716 

3. Three Discourses, in which the persecuted Christian is exhorted to avoid irregular Sorrow, &c 

A. 1716 

4. Poem on the Parable of the Prodigal, composed in England, above 20 years ago, by a young Gentle- 

man. .......••. •&• 1715 

5. Munro'ft (Rev. Dr. Alex.) Short Account of the Reformation ; proving that Episcopacy was the fint 

legally established Church Gk>vemment in Scotland, . . . tfr. 1719 

6. Asplin'a (Rev. Samuel) Sennon at St Mary, Woolwich, May 29, 1715, the Thanksgiving day for 

putting an end to the Great Rebellion, &c. ..... Land. 1715 

7. MynorsiB (Rev. Willoughby) Sermon on May 29, the Annivennry of King Charies the Second's 

Restoration, ......... •(. 1707 

8. Murder will out, or, the heinous Guilt of Murder and Assassination, &c. in a Sermon on November 5, 

1717, Edm. 1717 

9. Funeral Sermon on the Right Rev. &c A. Munro, late L. Bp. of Edinbuigh, by a Presbyter, ib. 1720 

10. Dialogue between a Buigess of Eldinbuigh, and a Gentleman lately arrived in Scotland, concerning the 

Union, &c. ......... wmit HUe 

11. Cockbum's (Rev. Wm.) Penitence the true Method of averting Judgment, &c. Sennon on 30th January 

1718, .......... JBdw. 

Religious Tracts and Sennons. I voL sm, 8ro. containing^ 

1 . Coupar*s (Rev. Pat) Sermon at St. Andrews, at the Admission of the Rev. Alex. Anderson to be one 

of the Ifinisten there, &C. ....... Edim, 1725 

2. Erakine'k (Rev. Ebeneser) God'k little remnant keeping their garments clean on an evil day, a 

Sermon, June 1714. ........ ib, 1725 

3. Christ in the BelieveriB Arms, a Sermon, May 1724. .... ib. 1726 

4. -.-^ The Backslider characterised, a Sermon, October 1714. ... ib. 1726 

5. Anderson^ (Rev. Alex.) Marrow Chicaning displayed, in a Letter to the Rev. Mr. Erskine on the 

PrefSsce to his Sermon, •« God's little Remnant,'* &c. . i&. 1726 

6. Erskine'a (Rev. K) The Viper shaken off, &c. being a short Answer to ** Marrow Chicaning displayed,** 

&c .......... ib, 1726 

7. Brown's (Rev. John) Rod of God shaken over the heads of his own Children, &c. a Sermon, March 

1713, &C. ......... ib, 1722 

8. Queries to the Presbjrterians of Scotland, by a Scotch Gentleman (an Episcopalian.) ib, 

9. Modest Apology, occasioned by the importunities of the Bishop of Derrie, &c. by a Minister of the 

Gospel in Ireland, Slc ........ ib, 1706 

10. The 13th Chapter of Romans vindicated, &c., by a Curate of Salop. Land, 1710 

11. Description of all the Kings of Scotland, &c to the end of K. Williamls reign. wamti HUe 

12. Winding Sheet for the Service Book, or. Reasons for which the B. of C. P. urged upon Scotland 1637, 

ought to be reftised, &c. ....... wamii HUe 

13. Danger of Popery discovered, &c. for the use of the Vulgar. 2d edit, Edm, 1714 

14. Lowers (And.) Vindication of the Church of Scotland from the malicious Aspersions of Mr. W. 

Dugud, &c. ........ . Lomd, 1714 

15. Country Friendls Answer to the Letter, &c concerning the Settlement of Mr. James Chalmers in 

Aberdeen, &c . . . . . ... Edin. 1726 



Tbe Lord's Trumpet soundiBg an Alann against Scotland^ &c. the Substance of a preface and 

two prophetical Sermons^ preached at Glenluce^ anno 1682^ bj that great Scottish Prophet 

Mr. Alex. Pethine (Peden), &c. With MS. note b^ Sir W, S. sm. 4to. no place or date 

See PoxTiCAL Womlb, yoL ii p. 207. 

Religious Tracts. I vol, snu Svo. containing, 

1. Oreitiiree conoeming Kirk'^Senons and Preebyteriet, from Committee of General Anembly. 1720 

2. Mr. Andenon'k Second Letter upon the Oyertures, &c. .... Cfiasg, 1720 
3. Third and Fourth Letten upon da ...... •6.1720 

4. 6 , (J , Minister of Glasgow,) Just and Sober Remarks on some parts, &c. of the Oyertures. 

t5. 1720 

5. Wris^t'k (Rey. W.) Negatiye discussed, in 2 parts. A. 1721 

6. Hogls (Bey. James) Three Misnyes, &c stating the Author'k grounds for remaining in communion 

with the Chureh of Scotland, Ac ....... £tfM. 1717 

7. News from fiathgate, a Poem. ........ 1718 

8. letter to a Minister, &c. respecting the parish of Bathgate. .... 1720 

9. Libel, Mr. James Webster against Mr. John Simson, Professor of Diyinity at Ola^gow. — Additional 

Libel and R epre s e ntation. Mr. Simsonls Speech and Answers to the Libels, &c. itanti tUU 

10. H[og^] (Rey. J.) Proposals for Peace and Harmony, humbly offered, &c. to the Ministers and Mem- 

bers of the Church of Scotland. ....... Edin.n\^ 

1 1. The Cromwelian Ghost conjar*d, &c., or, Epaphroditus and Epaphras called to a New Conference, &c. 

ib. 1720 

12. Remarks upon the Review of a Conference betwixt Epaphroditus and Epaphras, &c &, 1719 

13. Two Speeches, &c. of P. Nye and Alexander Henderson, &c. at St. Margaret% Westminster, 1643. 

reprinted, ib. 1720 

14. Letter concerning the true State of the Question between the Non-jurant and Jurant Ministers of 

the Church of Scotland. ........ wanis title 

15. Welch, (Rey. John) The Great Gospel Summonds to close with Christ, Ac. a Sermon preached 1675,&c. 

reprinted^ Glasg, 1720 

16. History of the Life and Death of, ...... t6. 1720 

17. Presbytery no friend to itself, Ac ; Nanatiye of the Proceedings of the Presbytery of Kircudbright 

against one of their number, (J. Mackmillan,) &c. wcuUt HUe, [but 1705.] 

Lives of Presbyterian Ministers^ &c. 1 vol. Svo, containing, 

1. LiyingstonlB (Rey. John) Brief Historical Relation of his Life^ written by himself during his banish- 

ment, &c, ........ reprinted^ Glatg, 1754 

2. .1.-. Memorable Characteristics, &c exemplified in the Liyes of a considerable number of the most 

eminent Diyines and private Christians in Scotland, during the first century after the Reformation, &c. 

ib. 1754 

3. Memoirs, &e. of Mr. Thomas Hog, Minister of the Gktspel at Kilteam in Ross, && Edim. 1756 

4. Memoirs, Ax. of Mr. Robert Blair, Minister of the Gospel, St Andrews. In two parts, {impeffeet^) 

ib. 1754 

5. Life of Mr. Alexander Peden, &c {impeffect.) 

6. Robe% (Rey. James) Nanatiye of the Extraordinary Work of the Spirit of God at Kilsyth, ib. 1742 

Lacy's (John) Prophetical Warnings pronounced under the operation of the Spirit^ &c. 
3 porta in 1 toI. em, Bvo, .... Lond. 1707 



Campbell's (Sir Hugh^ of Calder,) CoUection of Letters relative to an Essay on the Lord's 
Prayer, with the Essay, &c. l2mo. .... Edin, 1704-9 

Hog's (Rev. J. of Camock,) Casuistical Essay upon the Lord's Prayer, &c. in answer to Sir 
Hugh Campbell and M. D' Espagne, &c. . . . . t^. 1705 

Eraser's (Rev. James, of Brae,) Lawfulness and Duty of Separation from corrupt Ministers 
vindicated, &c — Reasons^ &c. for refusing the B. of C. P. urged upon Scotland in 16d7> 
&c. \2mo. ....... ib. 1744 

Dundas's (John, of Philipstoun, Procurator for the Church,) Abridgement of the Acts of the 
General Assemblie, &c. from 1638 to 1720. \2mo, . . . ib, 1721 

Halyburton's (Rev. Thomas, Professor of Divinity at St. Andrews,) Memoirs of the Life of, 
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Warnings of the Eternal Spirit, pronounced by the mouth of James Cunninghamc, in the Tol- 
booth of Edinburgh. 800. ...... I^nd, n\2 

Davidson's (Rev. H. of Qalashiels,) Two Sermons preached at Galashiels, Nov. 17, 1723, im< 
mediately after an afliictive dispensation of Providence in the casting away of a boat on tlie 
River of Tweed at Boalside, in which many perished. With MS. riote by Sir fV, S., and 
a MS. Memorandum of t/te Accident 12mo, . . Edin. 176S 

PUtdae S/flcTieticae, or, a Laugh from a True Blue Presbyterian, (addressed to Messrs. E. 
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ib. 1736 

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his last words on the Scaffold, Dec. 4, 1685, by James Nisbet, Edin. Castle, June 6, 1819. 

MS. 8ro. (Probaby a transcript from Howie's «Sco//wA WortA/e*.) . 1819 

See PaosK Workk, ?o1. jdz. pp. 49-50. 

Memoirs, &c. of James Mitchell of Dykes, in the parish of Ardrossan, written by himself. 1 2mo. 

Glai>gohs, 1759 
Billingsley's (Nicholas) Martyrologie ; containing a Collection of all the Persecutions of the 

Church of England, &c. to the end of Queen Mary's reigne, a Poem. \ 2mo. Lond. 1 657 
Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his Friend in the City, \«ith an Answer thereto, 

(concerning the New Edinburgh or Dancing Assembly.) 800. Edin, 1723 

Tracts. 1 vol. \2mo. containing, 

1. True and Faithftil NarratiTe of the whole complete Visions, Discoveries, and Warnings, &,c. revealed 

to John Porter of Croesibeg, in the Isle of Klntjrre, &c. .... 1746 

2. Shiels, (Rev. Alex.) The Scots Inquisition, containing a brief Description of the Persecution of the Pres- 

byterians in Scotland, during the Government of King Charles II. and the Duke of York, 

repritiied^ Edin. 1745 

3. Ker s (Robert) Short Discourse of Peace and War, 1718 

Bowdler's (William) Devil's Cloven Foot in part discovered ; or, a Discourse upon Inject- 
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Relation of the fearfiill Estate of Francis Spira^ after he had turned Apostate from the Pro- 
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Apology for, or Vindication of, the oppressed persecuted Ministers and Professors of the 
Preshyterian Reformed Religion in the Church of Scotland, &c. 12mo. 1677 

Bruce's (Bey. Robert, of Kinnaird,) Sermons. (Dedicated to the Lord ProTost, Baillies, &c. of 
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1. Statutes of OeoigeHeriot'8 Hospital, ...... Edm. 1693 

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3. Acts of the new Parliament of Women. ....... 1695 

4. Sett and Decreet Arbitial of K. James VI. for the Government of the City of Edinbui)^, A, 1 683 

5. Acts of Town Council of E^inbuigh, determining how long the Provost, &c. should continue in Office, 

&C. .......... tfr. 1683 

6. Treaty Marine between Charles II. and Louis XIV. 1676-7. .1677 

7. Heads of Agreement assented to by the united Ministers in and about London, formerly called Presby- 

terian and Congregational. ....... JESUm. 1691 

8. Character of a good Wife. ......... 1695 

9. [Tyler^ (Alexander) ] Signal Dangers and Deliverances, both by land and sea, &c. ; oomprdiending 

the raising the Siege of Vienna by the Turks, with a Violent Tempest in the Forth, November 1681, 
&c. Two Poems. ......... 1684 

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October 1698, ........ Edm. rq»r. 169S 

11. Abstract of the Bloody Massacre in Ireland, Ax. in 1642 ; with an Epistle to all haters of Popery, 

and Advice to a Painter, both in verse. ...... lAmd, 1688 

12. Life and Death of the unfortunate Sir John Johnstone of Caskaban, Bart executed at Tybuin, 

December 1690, for stealing Mrs. Mary Wharton, Sec .... Edim, rqtr, 1694 

13. Sinclair's (Prof. Geo.) Doctrine of the Sphere. ..... wmUtUU 

14. Proteus bound with Chains, or. Discovery of the Secrets of Nature, &c found in the Meicuiial 

Weather-GlasB. ......... Edim, 1688 

15. Paterson^ (James) Gteographical Description of Scotland. 3d edit, . t6. 1687 

16. Nationall Covenant, or, Confession of Faith of the Kiik of Scotland, &c . 1678 

17. Acts of the General Assembly 1646-9. 

18. Renwick, (James) and Shlels, (Alex.) Informatory Vindication of a poor, wasted, misrepresented 

Remnant of the true suffering Presbyterian Church of Christ in Scotland, &c Id ediL 1687 

19. Mackenzie (Sir Geo.) De Humanae Ratiodnationis Imbecilitate, &c. . Rk. 1690 

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ftpT, 1681 

3. Barry'to (Rev. James) Reviving Cordial for a Sin-sick despairing Soul, Ac&e. 2d edit. Edim. 1722 

4. Erskine'to (Rev. Eben.) Sermon on the Necessity and Profitableness of good Woika. i5. 1726 

Sion in Distress, or, the Groans of the Protestant Church ; a poem. 2d edit. l2mo. Land. 1681 


Skek>e$ 4, 5. THEOLOGICAL WORKS, &c. Prrss M. 

Remarkable Instance of Free Grace at the eleventh hour^ &c. in Nicholas Mooney, executed 

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The Poor Man's Lamentation for the present State of Religion in this land ; a poem. 1 2mo. 

Glasg, 1702 
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Edwards's (Rev. Jonathan) Life of the late Rev. Mr. David Brainerd, Missionary to the Indians, 

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Spelman's (Sir Henry) History and Fate of Sacrilege, &c. Sex?. Lond. 1698 

Cloud of Witnesses for the Royal Prerogatives of Jesus Christ, or, the Last Speeches and 

Testimonies of those who have suffered for the Truth in Scotland since the year 1680. Sfo. 

Edin. 1810 
See PoxTiCAL Works, toL ii. p. 215. 

Quakerism Canvassed. Robin Barclay bafiled in the defending of his Theses against young 

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Latimer's (Master Hugh, Bishop of Worcester,) Fruitfnll Sermons, &c. 4fto. Land. 1635 

9ee Note Xjo The Abboi. 

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Lond. 1684 

Howie's (John, of Lochgoin,) Biographia Scoticana, a Brief Historical Account, &c. of the most 
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1527, to Mr. James Renwick, executed in the Grassmarkct of Edinburgh, 1688, &c. 
Zd Glasgow edit Svo. ...... Gkug. 1797 

The Some. Svo. ....... Leith, I SI 6 

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Tol. viL p. 140, vol. six. p. 49, &c 

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Michael Shields ; with Mr. James Guthrie's Ten Considerations on the danger of Apostacy 

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Shiells, (Rev. Alexander) The Scottish Inqui^tion, or,' Short Account of the Proceedings of 

the Scottish Privy Council, &c. «m. 4to. ..... 1689 

A Hind let Loose, &c. 8w. ..... Glasg. 1770 

Barclay's (Rohert) Apology for the True Christian Divinity, vindicated from John Bro^Mie's 

Examination, &c. 4to. . . . . . . Lond, 1679 

See Note to Heart o/ Mid-Lotkian. 

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Punch tum'd Critick, in a Letter, &c., to the Rector of Coveut Garden (Rev. Robert Lumley 
Lloyd) on his Sermon, dOth January, 1711. 890. . ib. 17^2 

The Fierie Tryall of God's Saints ; &c. a Counter-poyze to J. W. Priest his English Martyro- 
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of King and People, &c. sm. 4fto. ..... ib. 1644 

Simpson, (Arch. Eccles. Dalketh. Pastor) Hieroglyphica Animal ium Terrestrium, &c., quae in 
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Covenant^ &c. With recommendatory Preface by Ebenezer Erskine. 12mo.^i 
Theological Tracts. 1 voL 1 2mo, containing^ 

1. Binefto (Be?. J.) Letter, &c. on a late Apology for the Presbyterians in Scotland keeping commuBion 

with Mr. Geoige Whitefield. 2dedU. CRaag. 1748 

2. Supplement to the Testimony deserted, &c ; Chancter and Conduct of Mr. Thomas Nairn, MiniBt<ir 

at Ahbotshall, from 1710 to 1743, &e. .... 174S 

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Mackie in St. Ninians, with pre&tory letter by Ebenexer Enkine, Ac Edim, 1736 

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ifr. 1728 

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(See No. 2, ti>ovt.\ 

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2. Renwick'to (James) Testimony of some persecuted Presbyterian Mini8terB,&c given in 17th Jan. 1688. 

—.Shields'ft Elegy on Ren wick, .... rtprvUmi Edm. 1723 

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5. -—I— Sermon, &c. before Duke of Queensberry, her Mi^esty'a Commissioner to General Assembly, 

16ih May, 1703. . . A. 1703 

6. ^~—. Vindication and Defence of the precedipg Sermon. . •&. 1703 

7. Lord Haversham^ Speech in House of Peers, 12th Jan. 1709, on the late intended invasion of Scotland. 

i&. 1709 

8. Letter Anom a Friend in the City, &c anent Patronages. , ib. 1703 

9. Letter from Commimon of Creneral Assembly at Okqgow, &c to the Council, &c of the Scots 

Colony of Caledonia. .......•&. 1699 

10. Webster's (Rev. James) Essay upon Toleration. . . . t5. J703 

1 1. Sootland*s Interest, or, the great Benefit and Necessity of Communication of Trade with England, &c. 


12. FletdieriB (Andrew, of Saltoun,) Speech in Parliament concerning Limitation. 1704 

13. Reasons why the Succession ought not to be declared by this Parliament 1704 

14. Letter to an M. P. on the true interest of Scotland with reject to the Suocessicm. loaal* titie. 

Scottish Tracts, chiefly Rehgious, (1701.) 1 vol. 4to. containing, 

1. Presbyterial Government, as now established, &c. methodically descsibed. . Edm, 1701 

2. Dialogue between Mr. Smith, Mons. Ragouse, &c. in a Walk to Kewington. lamd, 1701 

3. Perswasive to Prayer, Ac. ...... Edm. 1701 

4. Lady Halket^s Meditations and Prayers. . . . ift. 1701 

5. Instructions for Youth. . . . . t&. 1701 

6. Collection of Pindarick Odes, Funeral Elegies, Ac on Lord Basil Hamilton, 6th sen «f Waiiam Duke 

of Hamilton. ....... t(. 1701 

7. Essay upon (Drummond's) PoUmo-Medima^ or, the Midden-Fight Translated by J. C. prisoner in 

the Caoongate. ....... t&. 1701 

8. Certain and Infal. Measures, &c. whereby the wliole Begging Poor of the Kingd. may be alimeiited. •&. 1 701 

9. Lord Belhaven^ Speech in Parliament on the Indian and African Company, 10th Jaa. 1701. t6. 1701 

10. Argument proving that the imposition of the Sacrament, &c. as a qualification for secular ofBoe is con- 

traiy to the laws of God, &c. &c ..... Lond, 1701 

11. Keith*s (Geoige) Plain Discovery of gross fidsehoods, cheats, and impostures, &c. in three late pamphlets 

published by Quakers, &c ..«...•&. 1701 

12. Letter from a Magistrate, &c. containing an Historical Account of designs Ibr nforming mannetSy Slc 


"14^ 10. THEOLOGICAL WORKS, &c. Pbbbs M. 

ick's (Dr. Sjmon, Bp. of Ely^) Parable of the Pilgrim^ &c. 6tk edit. 9m, Uo. L&nd. 1687 

See Paoei Woass, toL zviii pp. 95-99. 

Lwin's (JoIib) Twelye considerable^ &c. CautioDs to be used in and about a Reformation, 
&C. — Theomaxia, the Imprudence^ &c. of running the hazard of fighting against God^ &c. 
2d edit — Innocencie's Triumph^ or^ an Answer to Prynne's Animadversions^ &c. 2d edit. 
— Calumny arraigned and cast^ or, a briefe answer to some passages^ &c. of Mr. Prynne. — 
Creteneis, or, a briefe answer to an ulcerous Treatise by Thomas Edwards, entitled Can- 
^raena, &e, em. 4fto. ...... Lond. 1644-6 

^Sdwards's (Rev. Thomas) Gangr€tena, or, a Catalogue and Discovery of many of the Errors^ 
Heresies, &c. of the Sectaries of this time^ &c. Parts first and second, Zd edit. Part third, 
let edit, 2 vols. em. 4/o. ...... ib, 1646 

X^^ne's (William) Htetrio-Maetix. The Player's Scourge, or the Actor's Tragoedie, &c. &c. 
4lo. ......... ib. 1683 

^niot, (Samuel) Scotland's Present Circumstances, and the Duty of Private Christians with 
reference thereunto, &c. em. 4to. ..... Edin. 17^S 

Ijakk's (William) Scots Episcopal Innocence, or, the Jugging of that party widi the late 

King, his present Majesty, Sec. demonstrated, em. 4to. . Lond. 1694 

The Spy, (a Poetical Satire on Popery.) em. 4/10. . . wante title. 

Tracts relative to the Scottish Episcopalians, (1690.) em. AAo. containing, 

1. Account of the preflent Penecution of the Church in Scotland. . Ltmd, 1690 

2. GardeniB (Rev. Dr. Geoige) Case of the present afflicted cleigj in Scotland. ib, 1690 

3. Four Collections of Papers relating to the practice of the rahble, before the Convention met, &c. ib. 1690 

4. Account of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, occasioned by the Episcopalians since 1 660. ib. 1 690 

5. Some Questions resolved respecting Episcopal and Presbjrterian Qovemment in Scotland. ib. 1690 
Brown, (Rev. John, of Wamphray,) The History of Indulgence, shewing its Rise, Conveyance, 

Progress, and Acceptance, &c. 4/o. • . 1 678 

Overall's (Bishop) Convocation Book, concerning the Grovemment of God's Catholic Church, 

&c. Published by Archbishop Sancroft. 4to. . . . Lend, 1690 

Hickes's (Rev. Dr. Geo.) RaviUac Redivivue, being a Narrative of the late Tiyal of Mr. 

James Mitchel, a Conventicle preacher, &c. for an attempt on the sacred person of the 

Archbishop of St. Andrews ; with an Account of the Tryal of that most wicked Pharisee, 

&C. Major Weir. With MS. note by Sir W. S. em. 4to. . . ib. 1678 

See LetUn om Deaumolo^,.^ 801 ; Sombrs Tracts, vol viii. 

Shaftoe's (Mrs. Francis) Narrative, &c. of her being in Sir Theopilus Oglethoq)s's family, 
when hearing, &c. that the pretended Prince of Wales ^'as Sir Theophilus's son, she was 
trick'd into France, &c. in order to prevent a discovery, &c. 4to. . ib. 1707 

Rieynoldes's (Rev. Edw.) Treatise of the Passions and Faculties of the Soul of Man, &c 4^0. 


'Bnm^^sUm'e (Hugh) Translations from the Bible. 1. Job, &c. metricaD translation, ice. 1610. 

•^2. Comment upon Coheleth or Ecdeeiaetee, &c. 1^05. — 3. The Lamentatione of Jeremy. 

&€•«-— 4. Danid, his Chaldic visionB, frc. 1597* Lend, 1597-1610 


Pbkss M. ABBOTSFORD LIBRARY. SMvet 10, 11, 12. 

Papiimus LtAcifugus, &c. Papers exchanged between Mr. John Menzies, Professor of Divinity 
in the Marischal College of Aberdeen, and Mr. Francis Dempster, Jesuit, otherwise sumamed 
Rin or Logan, &c. 9m, 4to, ...... Aberd. 1648 

Religious Pampblets. 1 vol. sm, 4to, containing, 

1. Reflections on H. M.*0 Proclamation, 12th Feb. 1686-7, for a Toleration in Scotland. 1687 

2. Answer to Scotch Presbjrterian Eloquence, in 3 parts. .... Ixmd. 1694 

3. Laick^ (William) Continuation of the Answer to Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence, Slc t&. 1693 

4. Queries and Protestation of the Scots Episcopal Clergy, &c , A. 1696 

5. Representation of the Committee of the Assembly for the North of Scotland, &c. 

6. Reasons in defence of the Standing Laws, about the right of presentation, &c. Edm, 1703 

Meston's (Professor William, the Jacohite Poet,) Tale of a Man and his Mare. (Poetical satire 
on the accession of the House of Hanover.) 2d edit 4to. . . 1721 

Mob contra Mob, or, the Rabblers Rabbled. Wrote bj a Buchan Poet in the style of 

Hudibras. 8vo, (repr,) Printed by Peter Williamson in one ofhi$ new portable printing prenses. 

Edin. 1769 

Potter's (Rev. Francis) Interpretation of the Number 666, Sec. 4to, . Oxford, 1642 

Luther's (Martin) Commentary upon the Epistle of Paul to the Galatians, &c. faithfully tran- 
slated, &c. B. L. 4/0. . . Lond. 1688 

Mitchel, (William) The Whole Works of that eminent divine and historian, — Professor 
of Tinklarianism in the University of the Bowhead. Being Essays of Divinity, Humanity, 
History, and Philosophy, &c. sm, 4to. ... . Edin, 1712 


Kerr's (Robert) General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, arranged in systematic 
order, &c. 1 6 vols. 8t70. . . . . . t^. 1811-15 

Hamilton's (Count Antony) Memoirs of Count Grammont. new edit, with Biographical 
Sketch of Hamilton, &c. and 64 portraits. 2 vols, royal Svo, . Lond. 1811 

Sinclair's (Sir John) Statistical Account of Scotland, drawn up from the communications of the 
Ministers of the different parishes. 21 vols. 8t7o. Edin. 1191-99 


Charles's (George) History of the Transactions in Scotland in 1715-16 and 1745-6. 2 vols. 

Svo. ........ Stirling, 1817 

Compleat and Authentick History of the Rise, Progress, and Extinction of the late Rebellion. 

Svo. ........ Lond, 1747 

Henderson's (Andrew) Edinburgh History of the late Rebellion, 1745 and 1746, &c. 4M edit. 

Svo. ........ ib. 1752 

Memorial and Admonition of the Reverend Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, met at Glasgow, Ist 
October, 1745. Land. 1745. — Account of the late Proceedings in Parliament, relating to 
the money granted for the relief of the City of Glasgow, ib. 1749. 890. 1745-9 


Shelffu 12, Id. TRACTS ON THE REBELLIONS OF 1715 & 17^5, &c. Press M. 

Yorke's (Hon. Charles) Considerations on the Law of Forfeitare for High Treason. Sd edit. 

corrected and enlarged. 8oo. ..... Lond. 1748 

Journal of the Campaign made by the Argyleshire Levies through the West Highlands, S^. under 

the command of Major General Campbell, {from ^st May, 1746). — Journal of the proceed^ 

ingsofthe Pretender's eldest son, from the ISthof April to the 20th September, 1746. ( With 

Moll's Map of Scotland.) MS. 4to. 
The Hononrable Chieftains of the Highland Clans vindicated from the false aspersions Sec. of 

Rid|>atfa^ the scandalous and justly condemned libeller. 4to. Edin. repr. 1713 
The Grotesquiad, {a Mock~heroic Poem,) in four books. By Goliah Gentle, Esq, Teterrima 

Belli Causa, Hor. MS. 4/o. 
The Political Magnet^ or^ Essay in defence of the late Revolution^ and the Settlement of the 

Crown in the Protestant Line. Svo. .... Lond. 1745 

The Non-Existence of a Popish Pretender to the Crown^ Sec. By an Old Briton. Soo. ib, 1745 
The Highlander DeUneated. With frontispiece. Wants title. . ib. 1746 


Prynne's (W.) New Discovery of the Prelates' T}Tanny, in their late persecutions of Mr. W. 

Piyn^ Dr. John Bastwick^ and Mr. Henry Burton, &c. 4to. . ib, 1 641 

Richardson^ (Sam.) History of Sir Charles Grandison. 5th edit. 7 vols. l2mo. ib. 1766 

Cervantes, (Miguel) History of Don Quixote. Translated by Motteux. With copious notes, 

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The English Drama purified ; being a Specimen of Select Plays, in which all the passages, &c. 

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J. Plumtre, B.D. 3 vols. 12mo. .... Cambridge, 1812 

MacDonald, (Andrew) The Independent, a Novel. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 2 vols. 12mo. 

Lond. 1784 
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Laura, a Novel. 2 vols. l2mo. ..... ib. 

Thomson's Traveller's Guide through Scotland and its Islands. 2 vols. 12mo. Edin. 1814 
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Pari 11. MS. am. 4,to. ..... 1674 

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Hope's (Sir Wm. Bart) Vindication of the true Art of Self-Defence, &c. Svo. ib. 1729 

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Another Collection of Acts of Parliament relative to Scotland. 1 vol 

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4. Act 19. Geo. II. For more easy Trial of Rebels. .... ib, 

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6. Act 19. Gea II. For disarming the Highlands. .... i/t. 

7. Act 20. Gea II. For King'a general and free pardon. ib. 174G 

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Fergoson's (Rev. Adam, afterwards Professor^) Sermon preached in the Ersh Language to 

H. M.'s First Highland Regiment of Foot^ commanded hy Lord John Murray, 1 8th Dec. 

17i5. With MS. note by Sir W. S, , Lond, 1746 

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—— (William) Book of Scotland, am, Svo. .... ib. 1830 

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remains of the present Rehellion. — ^Remarks upon a Letter to the Duke of Newcastle, &c. 
8fH>. ••••• •• • A. 1746 


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The Wisdom of our Forefathers recommended to the present times, shewing, &c. their care 
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Advice and Addresses ; Tracts on the Rebellion. 800. containing, 

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Herring.) ........ Yorky 1745 

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3. Deliyeianoe from Public Dangers, a Solemn Call for a National Reformation ; a serious and compaft- 

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4. Address by a Minister of the Church of Scotland to his Congregation, on the momii^ of a Fast on 

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Authentic Account of the Conduct of the Young Chevalier, from his arrival in Paris, &c. to 
the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, &c. wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid 
open and explained. Zd edit, %f>o, ..... Lond, 1 749 

Memoirs of the Rebel Lords, 1 745. 8ro. containing, 

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2. Speech of Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, before pronouncing Sentence on the three Lords. ib, 1746 

3. ObserrationB and Remarks on the two Accounts of Lords Kilmarnock and Balmerino, &c ib. 1746 

Discourse upon Genesis iii. 10 and 21, on the use and abuse of Apparel, &c. delivered in the 
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8. Memorial concerning the present State of the Protestant Religion in Fiance, &c. wantM titir. 

4. Tata Camerae^ or, the Price of Sin in the Custom-House of the Church of Rome, &c &c. t&. 1746 

5. Principles upon wkich the taking the Oath of Abjuration may be grounded, &c . . »6. 1 746 

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2 to the Duke of Cumberland, &c. /ol, broadtide, 1746 

3. Letter from the Lord President to Lord Lovat, and Lovat^ Answer. 8vo. 1746 

4. Memoirs of the Life of Lord Lorat. (Attributed to President Forboe.) Land, 1746 

5. Genuine Memoirs of the Life of Simon Lord Eraser of Lovat . . . •&. 1746 
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1 1. Copy of Letter from Gentleman in London to his Friend at Bath. . Batk^ 1751 

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Life of Simon Lord Fraser o/ Lovat, with a Genealogical Account of his Family, Sjfc, and an 
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Letters^ &c. between Count Gyllenborg, Barons Gortz^ Sparre^ &c. relating to the design of 
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Edin. 1717 
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Epistle from a British Lady to her Countrywomen^ on occasion of the present Rebellion. — 
Letter from a distinguished Lady in Covent Garden^ to a certain young Officer abroad. 8ro. 

Lond. 1745 

The Young Chevalier^ or a Genuine Narrative of all that befell that unfortimate Adventurer 
from his fatal defeat to his final escape^ &c. With Anecdotes of the Chiefs who accom- 
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The Thistle and the Rose^ a Collection in 1 vol. 8ro. containing, 

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Lond. 1747 

2. The Rose ; being a Detection of the Pernicious Tendency of two libels lately published, vis. in the 

Old Enghmd Journal, and a Pamphlet called the Thistle. . . . ib. 1747 

3. McDonald's (Andrew, King's Advocate,) Discussion of the False Reasonings, &c. of two late pieces, 

(the Thistle and the Rose,) . . . . . . ti. 1747 

4. The Umpire ; being a serio-comic critical Dissertation on^Three learned and important Dissertations 

on Englishmen and Scots. . . . . . . t6. 1747 

5. Letter fh»m the General Erening Post, relating to the present Rebellion, &c. . ib. 1745 

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Lovat's (Simon Lord) Memoirs of bis Life, (from 1 676 to 171 5.) Written by himself in French, 

and now translated from tbo original MS. 8ro. . . Land. 1797 

Henderson's (Andrew) Life of William Augustus^ Duke of Cumberland. 8ro. t^. 1766 

Historical Memoirs of bis late R. H. William Augustus Duke of Cumberland, &c. 8oo. t^. 1767 

Lewis's (Jcnkin) Memoirs of Prince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, from his birth, July 

24, 1689, to October 1697. Continued to his death in July 1700 by the Editor, (Dr. Philip 

Hayes of Oxford.) 8ro. ...... t^. 1789 

See Note to Old Mortality, 

Hooke's (Colonel) Secret History of his Negotiations in Scotland in 1707, &c. in favour of 
the Pretender, &c. 8ro. ...... t^. 1760 

Ferguson's (Captain Andrew, of McDonald's Regiment,) Genuine Account of all the persons of 
note in Scotland in the Service of the Chevalier, &c. {Apparentlj/ ironical^ and the Author's 
name fietitiotu,) 8ro. . . printed, Edin. — reprinted, Lond. 1745 

Tracts relative to the Pretender, 1745. 1 vol. 8ro. containing, 

1. The Manifesto of a certain Power, (/rtwtoo/.) .... Zomf. 1744 

2. Grants (William, afterwards Lord Prestongrange,) Occasional Writer, containing an Answer to the 

Second Manifesto of the Pretender^ eldest Son, &c. . . , ib, 1745 

3. Remarks on the Pretender^ Declaration and Commission. . .A. 1745 

4. Remarks on the Pretender^s Son^ Second Declaration, &c. , ib, 1745 
Tracts relative to Lord Kilmarnock. 1 vol. 8ro. containing, 

1. Foster*8 (Rev. Jas.) Account of the behaviour of Lord Kilmarnock, after his Sentence, and on the day of 

Execution. ........ t&. 1746 

2. Finches (Richard) Vindication of Foster^s Account, &c from the Misrepresentations of some Dissenting 

Teachers, &c. ....... tft. 1746 

3. Defence of the Vindication, &c ..... A. 1746 

4. Review of Mr. James Foster^ Account, &c of Kilmarnock. By a Westminster Scholar. t&. 1746 

Macpherson's (James) History of the present Rebellion in Scotland, &c. 8ro. t^. 1745 

Expostulatory Address to the Nobility and Freeholders of Scotland, showing the foUy^ &c. of 

the present unnatural Rebellion. 8«o. . . . t^. 1 745 

Genuine and True Journal of the most Miraculous Escape of the Young Chevalier, &c. taken 
from the mouths and journals of those who assisted him therein. By an Englishman. 8ro. 

ib. 1 749 

Wilding's (Sir Arthur^ Bart.) Brief History of the Kings of England, particularly of the Royal 

House of Stuart, of blessed memory. 8&o. .... t^. 175.5 

Webster's (Dr. W.) Vindication of H. M.'s Title to the Cro\i-n, &c. 8to. ib. 1747 

Britain's Remembrancer, being some Thoughts on the proper Improvement of the present 

Juncture, &c. 3</ edit %vo. . . . . . ib. 1747 

Tracts on the Slavish Dependencies and Heritable Jurisdictions of Scotland. %vo. containing, 

1 . Letter to an English M.P. from a Gentleman in Scotland, concerning the Slavish Dependencies, &c. 

(first printed in 1721.) . .A. 1746 

2. Disquiation on the nature of Regalities and other Heritable Jurisdictions in Scotland, &c. A. 1747 

3. Observations on a Bill for taking away and abolishing the Heritable Juzisdicttons, &c. Edin. 1 747 


SJ^/IS. WORKS ON THE REBELLIONS OF 1715 & 1745, &c. Prbss M. 

Ritson's (Joseph) Letters to George Paton ; to whicli is added a Critique by Jolin Pinkerton, 

on Ritson's Scottish Songs. 890. ..... Edin, 1S29 

King George's Title asserted : proving, 1. The doubtful Birth of the Pretender ; 2. The Power 

of the States to determine the Succession ; 3. That their Determination remains in Force. 

800. ..... ... Lond. 1745 

Doddridge's (Rev. Dr. Philip) Remarkable Passages in the Life of Col. James Gardiner, &c. 

(with short Life of CoL Gardiner, published by Religious Tract Society. 8vo, Edin. 1 747 
The Wanderer ; or. Surprising Escape, &c. containing a series of remarkable events during a 

late very extraordinary Adventure, &c. With remarks on a Romance called Aecanius, &c. 

800. ........ Lond, 1747 

Fall Collection of all the Proclamations and Orders published by the authority of Charles, 

Rrince of Wales, Regent of Scotland, &c. 2 parts. (With an Account of the Battle of 

Falkirk, firom Caledonian Mercury, at the end.) 8vo. . Edin. 4* Gla^. 1745-6 

Address to the Learned and Worshipful Society of News-writers, &c. on the accounts lately 

published of the Battle of Falkirk, &c. Bvo. . . . Lond. 1746 

Peace to Britain, or. No Popish Pretender, an Address to Protestants. Bvo, ib. 1745 

State of England in 1588. Letter from a Priest in London to tlie Spanish Ambassador at 

Paris, &c ; also an Account of the Spanish Armada. 1588. Bvo. . ib. reprinted, 1746 
Bell's (Alexander, Town Clerk of Linlithgow,) Jacobitism Triumphant, or, the Whigs weighed 
. in the balance and found wanting ; containing the Process, Dundas of Philipstoun against 

Alexander Bell, &c. Bfx>. . . . . . . t^. 1752 

Edinburgh Tracts. 1 vol. Bvo. containing, 

1. Address to the Burgesses Inhabitants of Edinbuigh, observing the Defects of the OidSeU^&ic. Edisu 1746 

2. Letter from a Scots Gentleman at Berwick, (Edinus,) on the present situation of Edin. NewocuUe^ 1745 
8. Letter from a Gentleman at Newcastle to the Burgesses of Edinbuigh. 4to. . ib, 1745 

Collection of Jacobite and Whig Poetry. 1 vol. 1 2mo. containing, 

1. Some Verses composed upon the Insurrections of the Jacobites, &c . . ib, 1746 

2. Collection of Loyal Songs for the use of the Revolution Club. . Edin, 1770 

3. Song, by one of the Lochiel Clan, on meeting Prince Charles Stuart in 1745. 

4. Four New Songs and a Prophecy, (Jacobite.) 

5. Collection of all the Poems upon Charles Prince of Wales, &c since his arriyal in Edinburgh, 1 7th 

September, till 1st November, ...... 1745 

6. New Collection of Songs. No. 1. (Whig.) 

7. Song to the tune of Auld Lang Sjne, **• O Caledon.'* 

8. Poem, French and English. 

9. Collection of Loyal Songs, Poems, &C. (Jacobite.) . . . 1750 

CoBeetion of Songe and Poems on the Visit of King George IF. to Scotland in 1822, in the 
exquisitely beautiful calligraphy of Robert Chambers. MS, Bvo. 

Fkitten's (Rev. Robert) History of the late Rebellion, with original Papers, Sec. In two Parts. 
2d edit Bvo. ....... Lond.1717 

Anderson's (John, W.S.) Prize Essay on the State of Society and Knowledge in the High- 
lands, &c. at the period of the Rebellion in 1745. 8fH>. . . Edin. 1827 

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Collection of Sermons on the Rebellion of 1745-6. 2 vols. Svo. 

VoL I. 1. Burnefk (Bishop) Sermon concerniiig Popery, &e. • . . Edm, 1746 

2. Blair^ (Dr. Hugh) Sermon before the High Commianoner, May 18. . A. 1746 

3. Budworth'A (William) Sermon at Southampton, Oct 6. . . . Lomd, 1745 

4. Cuming's (Pat) Sermon on Fast Day for Rebellion, Dec. 1743. . Edim, 1746 

5. Clarke, (William) Sermon, ^ He is the Heir, and he must reign,** &c. Limd, 1745 

6. Chandler's (Sam.) Sermon on ThanlugiTing day (Oct 9,) for sappreesion of RebelHon. A. 1 746 

7. Doddridge's (Dr. P.) Two Sermons at Northampton, Feb. 9, on the flight of the Rebels flmn 

Stirling. ..... . . A. 1746 

8. GUI'S (J.) Sermon at Cambridge, July 27, on Thanlugiving for the Victory at Culloden. ib. 1 746 

9. Halyburton's (W.) Sermon at Inveresk, Januaiy 6. . . . Edm. 1746 
10. The Layman'A Sermon, occasioned by the present Rebellion. . . Loud, 1745 

VoL II. 11. Prince'A (Thomas) Sermon at Boston, (N. E.) November 27, 1746. . rtprmted^ A, 1747 

12 July 18, 1745. ..... nprmied^ B. 1746 

13. Oxford's (Bishop of) Sermon at St James'A, Westminster, October 6, 13. ib. 1745 

14. Richardson's (Andrew) Two Sermons at Broughton, 18th December, 1745. . Edm, 1746 

15. Warfourton's (William) Two Sennons at Prior Park, &c. . . A. 1746 

16. Wallaoo'ft (Robert) Sermon at Edinburgh, January 6. . . .A. 1746 

17. Webster'k (A.) Two Sermons at Edinburgh, June 23, (for Victory at Culloden.) A. 1746 

18. Wisharfs (G.) Sermons, preached NoTcmber 1745. . . . t&. 1746 

19. — (William) Sermon at Edinbuigh, May 8, at opening of General Assembly. A, 1746 

Tunstall's (W. prisoner in the Marshalsea, taken at Preston in 1715 J Ballads and some other 
occasional Poems, &c. Land. 1716.— Steele's (Sir Richard) Ansn-er to a Whimsical 
Pamphlet, called the Character of Sir John Edgar, &c. hy J. Dennis, ib, 1720. Svo, 

Congress of the Beasts, Sic. a Farce of two acts, now in rehearsal, &c. in Germany. Land, 1748 
— The Northern Election, or Nest of Beasts, a Drama of six acts, now in rehearsal near 
Mittaw, in Courland, 8cc. ib. 1749. Svo. 

Laws and Judicatures of Scotland vindicated from the cnlumnies and false reasonings con- 
tained in a late Pamphlet, intituled, the (Hase of The Forfeited Estates in Scotland considered, 
&c. l2mo. . . • • . . . t^. 171S 


Herhert's (Hon. William) Poems, consisting of Translations from the German, Danish, 

Italian, Spanish, Sec. and select Icelandic Poetry, translated from the originals. 2 vols, in 1. 

Svo. ........ Lond. 1804-6 

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&c. jm. 4/(9. ....... Edin. 1670 

Yorke's (Right Hon. Charles) Considerations on the Law of Forfeiture for High Treason, &c. 

Uedit. Lond. 1746. — Gordon's ( ) Review of ditto. Edin. . — Svo. 1746 

Midon's (F.) History of the Rise and Fall of Masaniello, the Fisherman of Naples, &c. Svo. 

Lond. 1729 
Vaoghan's ( ) Long Livers : a Curious History of such persons of both sexes who have 

lived several ages and grown young again ; with the rare Secret of Rejuvenescency of Ar- 

noldus de Villa Nova, &c. By Eugenius Philalethes. Svo. {reprinted,) ib. 1722 

Teonge's (Henry) Diary ; Chaplain on board H. M .'s Sliips Assistance, Bristol, and Ro3ral 

Oak, 1675-79. Edited by John Wilson Croker, Esq. Svo. . . . ib. 1S25 

MacFarlane's (Rob.) New Alphabetical Vocabulary, Gailic and English, Sec, Svo. Edin. 1 795 
Moor's (Edward) Suffolk Words and Phrases ; or an Attempt to collect the Lingual Localisms 

of that County. l2mo. ...... Woodb. 1S23 


Les Prouesses et Faictz Merveilleux du noble Huon de Bordcaulx, Per de France, Due de 

Guyemie. ktt.yoth, 4fto. {Roxburghe copy.) . Pari>, 1516 

See PomcAL Works, voL vi. note Y ; Prosb Works, vol. vi. p. 182. 

121 Q 

PrbssO. ABBOTSFORD library. SM/l, 

Lancelot du Lac. lett.goth. 3 torn. /ol. . nouceSement imprimi d Paris, 1533 

See PoiTiCAL WoAKS, voL v. p|>. 370, 425, &c. 

La tres elegante^ delicieuse, melliflue, et tresplaisantc Hystoirc du tres noble, victorienx, et 
excellentissime Roy Pbbcbforbst, Roy de la grant Brctaigne, &c. iett. gcth. 3 Umi,foL 

Paris, Galiot DuprS, 1531-2 

See Poetical Works, voL yiii. p. 200 ; Prosb Works, vol. vi. pp. 179, 184, 186. 

Lc Premier Livre de la Cronicque du tres vaillant et redoute Dom Flores de Grece, sumomme 
Ic Chevalier des Cignes, &c. Mise en Fran9ai8 par lc Seigneur des Essars, Nicolas de 
Herberay, &c. fol, . . . . . . . ib. 1552 

The B3rrth, Lyf, and Actes of Kyng Arthur ; of his noble Knyghtis of the Roundo Table, &c. 

and in the end, Le Mortc d' Arthur, &c. With an Introduction and Notes by Robert 

Southey. Printed from Caxton's edition, 1485. 2 vols. 4to. . . Land, 1817 

See Prosb Works, \oL vi. pp. 174-5, 187, 212 ; Lipb, vol. it p. 135. 

History of the valiant Knight Arthur of Liltle Britain, a Romance of Cliivalry. Translated 

from the French by Lord Bemers. new edit. Edited by Edw. V. Utterson, Esq. 4to. f6. 1814 

See Prosb Works, voL vi. p. 212. 

Boctius De Consolatione Philosophic, necnon de Disciplina Scholarum, cum Commento 
Sancti Thome, lit. goth, fcl, ..... Lt/^unt, 1491 

Opus Aureum, &c. Super Evangcliis totius anni, secundum usus Romane curie et ordlnis 
Fratrum predicatorum. Editum a Fratre Antonio de Gislandis de Laveno. lit.goth, 2 partes 
in 1 \joia,fd, . . . . . t^. 1508 

Rabelais, (Fran9ois) CEuvres de. Avec les Remarques historiques ct critiques de M. Duchat. 

3 tom. 4/0. ........ AfMU 1741 

See PoBTiCAL Works, vol. vii. p. 68 ; Prosb Works, vol. ii. pp. 72, 344 ; vol. iii. p. 292. 

Jacobus de Voragine, Legenda Sanctorum que Lombardica Hysteria dicitur. Cura Lamb. 
Campcstri, &c. lit. goth. With MS. notebg Sir W. S. fd. Lugduni, 1517 





Topsell's (Edward) History of Four-footed Beasts and Serpents, describing at large their true 
and lively figure, &c. ; collected from the Writings of Conradus Gesner, and other Authors. 
Whereunto is now added the Theatre of Insects, &c. by T. Muifet, Doctor of Phyuc. 
The whole revised, corrected, and enlarged, &c. by John Rowland, M.D. 3 parts in 
1 vol./b/. ....... Land, 1658 



Snrton's (Robert) Anatomy of Melancholy, Sic. Sfh edit, /ol. Ijmd, 167<? 

See Puces Works, toL iil p. 292. 

3>e Foe's (Daniel) Jure Divino, a Satyr. In 12 books, /ol. ib, 1706 

— Hittory of the Union of Ghreat Britain, fd, Edin, 1709 

Pinto's (Ferd. Mendez) Voyages and Adventures during his Travels, for the space of 21 

years, in the Kingdoms of Ethiopia, China, Tartaria, Cauchin- China, &c. &c. Written 

originally by himself in the Portugal Tongue. Done into English by H. Cogan. /ol, 

Lond. 1663 

Da Bortas's (W. S. Lord) Divine Weekes and Workes, &c. Translated and written by that 

fiunous Philomusus, Josuah Sylvester, /d, td. 1621 

Heywood's (Thomas) TvimtxuWy or Nine Books of various History concerning Women ; in- 

Mribed by the names of the Nine Muses, /d, , ib, \ 624 

Hierarchie of the blessed Angclls, their Names, Orders, and OfBces ; the Fall of Lucifer 

with his Angells. /d. ...... ih, \ 635 

See PosnciL Works, vol. ii. pp. 268, 275, 281, 343 ; toI. iiL p. 169 ; vol. vi. notet I & 2 B. 

Nostradamus's (Michael) True Prophecies and Prognostications. Translated and commented 

by Theoph. de Gkrencicrs, Doctor in Physick. /d, ib. 1685 

See Pro» Works, vol. ii. p. 144. 

fitflholomeus De Proprietatibus Rerum. Translated into English by John Trevisa. B. L. /d. 

Lond, Berthelet, 1 535 
Scot's (R^inald) Discovery of Witchcraft; proving that the Compacts and Contracts of 
Witches with Devils, &c. are but erroneous novelties, and imaginary conceptions, &c. 
In 16 books. Whereunto is added an excellent Discourse of the Nature and Substance of 
Devils and Spirits. In 2 books. Sd edit /d. Lond, 1665 

See PomcAL Works, voL vi. note 2 H. ; vol. vii. p. 161 ; vol. ix. p. 132 ; Note to The Antiquary , vol i ; 

and Leiten on Demonology^ p. 134, &c. 

Treatise of Spectres, or an History of Apparitions, Oracles, Prophecies, and Predictions, &c. 
Collected out of sundry Authors of great credit, &c. by Thomas Bromliall. (Translation of 
Latin work, * Magica, sen Mirabilium Historiarum de Spectris,' Sic) Whereunto is annexed a 
learned Treatise^ confuting the opinions of the Sadducees and Epicures, denying the appear- 
ing of Angels and Devils to Men, &c. Written in French, /d, ib. 1658 

Stephen's (Henrie) World of Wonders, or, an Introduction to a Treatise touching the confor- 
matie of ancient and modem Wonders : or a Preparative Treatise to the Apologie for He- 
rodotus. Translated by R. C. em./d, . . ib. 1607 

Beard's (Rev. Thomas, B.D.) Theatre of God's Judgements. Wherein is represented the ad- 
mirable Justice of God against all notorious Sinners, both great and small, &c. Collected 
out of Sacred, Ecclesiastical, and Profane Histories. Now secondly printed and augmented, 
Ac. em/d. . 1^. 1612 




Wieri ( Joannis) Opera Omnia, (de Praestigiis Dacmonum^ &c.) edit. nova. Uo. Anut. 1 600 

See Letters on Demtmcio^^ Lett. 6. 

Magica^ sen Mirabilium Historiarum de Spectris et Apparitionibus Spiritanm : Item^ de Magicis 
et Diabolicis IncantatioDibiLB : De Miracolis^ Vaticiniis, &c. Libriii. %vo. IMiae, 1597 

Haen^ ( Antonii dc) De Magia Liber. Svo. .... L^miae, 1 775 

Traits des Atheistes^ Deistes, Illuminez d' Espagne^ et noaveaux pretendoa Inyiaibleay dita de 
la Confrairie de Croix-Rosaire^ &c. 4/o. ..... 1 624 

Sharp's (Granville) Case of Saul^ sheuing that bis Disorder was a real Spiritaal PosseasioD, 
&c. with a short Tract on the influence of Demons, sm. Svo. . Land, 1807 

Digges's (Leonard) Prognostication everlasting, &c. contayning plaine, briefe^ &c. Roles to 
judge the Weather by the Sunne, Moone, Starres, &c. Corrected and augmented by T. 
Digges, his Son. B. L. 4^o. . . ib. by Widow Oncin, 1 596 

Scheiferi (Joannis) Lapponia, id est, Regionis Lapponum et Gends nova et veriss. Dcscriptio, 
&c. 4to. ........ Franco/. 1673 

Floerckii (Jo. Em.) Commeutatio de Crimine Conjurationis Spirituum, &c. 4/0. Jenae, 1721 

Michaclis, (Father Seb.) Admirable Historic of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent 
Woman, seduced by a Magician that made her to become a Witch, &c. in the country of 
Provence, &c. Whereunto is annexed a Pneomology, or Discourse of Spirits. Translated 
by W. B. %vo. ....... Lond. 1713 

Strozzi Cicogna, Palagio de gl' Incanti, e delle gran meraviglie de gli Spiriti^ &c. 4A). 

Victnza, con lieenza deBa Santa Inguisitione, 1 605 

Helmont, (J. Bapt. Van) (Euvres. Trait tan t des Principes de Medicine et Physique, pour la 

guerison assuree des Maladies. Trad par M. Jean le Conte, D.M. 4/o. Lyon, 1670 

See Poetical Works, vol. v. p. 417. 

MacTaggart's (John) Scottish Gallovidean Encyclopaedia, or the Original, Antiquated, and 
Natural Curiosities of the South -of Scotland, &c. Svo. Lond. \S24 

Journal of the Proceedings of the Fortunate Youth, &c. Svo. . North Shields, 1828 

Sharp's (Rev. J.) Life, Opinions, Character, and Tragic Dcatli of Count R» » * ♦ * *au, com- 
monly called F. G. Meyer, condemned to the Gallows, May 26, 1796, at Rotterdam. Svo. 

Lond. 1797 
Collection of Odes, Songs, &c. agt. the Whigs, including Mr. Hewerdine'sPolit. Songs. Svo. f^. 1790 
Thomson's (Richard) Chronicles of London Bridge. By an Antiquary, royal Svo. ib. 1827 

Historical Essay on the Magna Charta of King Jolm, the Oiarters of Liberties and 

Confirmations granted by Henry IIL and Edward L, tlie Original Charters of the Forests, 

&c. Svo. ........ ib, 1829 

See Introduiiwn to Itanioe. 

Northumberland Household Book. The Regulations and Establishment of Henry Algernon 
Percy, fifth Earl of Northumberland, at his Castles of Wresill and Lekinfield, in Yorkshire. 
Began A.D. 1512. {First printed, 1770.) Svo. . . reprinted, ib. 1827 


SUmm 2, S, 4. DEFOE'S WORKS. &c. Presb 0. 

Cfoodhug^'s (William) English Gentleman's Library Manual, or Ouide to the formation of a 
Library of Select Literature. &c. Svo, .... Lond. 1 827 

Mare's (Cresacre) Life of Sir Thomas More. With Biographical Preface. Notes, &c. by 
Aev. Joseph Hunter. Svo. ...... ib. 1 828 

Nidboka's (Sir Harris) Privy Purse Expenses of King Henry VIIL from November 1529. to 
December 1532. With Introductory Remarks and Illustrative Notes. Svo. ib, 1827 

— «^ Journal of one of the Suite of Bishop Beckington during an Embassy to negociate a 
Uarriogc between Henry VI. and a daughter of the Count of Armagnac. 1442. With 
Notes and Illustrations. Svo. , ib. 1828 


Defoe's (Daniel) Minor Works^ Collection of. in 2 vols. 4/o. and S3 vols. Svo. &c. containing, 

1. The True Bom Englithman, a Satyr. \MedU, 4to. . . . . i6. 1701 

See Pmmb Workb, toL ir. pp. S33-4. 

2. Vojage to the World of Cartesius. Written originally in French. TnuiBlatetl into Engliah by T. 

Taylor, M.A. 2d edU. 8«o. . . ib. 1694 

3. Collection of the Writings of the True Bom Englishman. (Satirical and Political Tracts.) 8t9o. •&. 1703 

4. Collection of Tracts in tm. 800. containing. 

1. Hymn to tiie Pillory. Lond. 1706 

2. Hymn to Peace, cocaakmedbj the 2 HottMt Joining 
in an Addreet to the Qneen. ib. 1700 

3. The Djet of Poland, a Satyr, Jec 2(< tdit Lomi. MVA 

4. True Relation of the Apparition of one Mn. Veal, &c Hth 

September 1705. &c. 16M oHt. . . ib. 

See PnosB Works, toI. It. pp. S63-274, ^ V^2UJ. 

5. Memoirs of the Life and Adventures of Signer Rozelli at the Hague, &c. 8ro. Lond. 1709 

6. The Same, tkird editiou^ with an Appendix. 8t!o. . ib. \ 72.'{ 

7. Continuation of the Life and Adventures of Signor Rozelli, &c. to the day of his Death. Bvu. ih. 1724 

8. History of Addresses. By one very near akin to the Author of the Tale of a Tub. Bro. ib. 17 OH 

9. Memoirs of the Church of Scotland, in 4 periods, &c. With an Appendix relating to the Union. 8ro. 

ih. 1717 
See PaosB Worka, toI. xlx. p. 41. 

10. Farther Adyentores of Robinson Crusoe ; being the 2d and last part of his Life. 2d edit. Svo. ib.\7]9 

11. Serious Reflexions during the Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, &c. 8oo. ib. 1720 

12. Memager^ (M.) Negotiations at the Court of England, &c written by himself. Done out of French, 
ovo. •..•.•>.. to. 1717 

13. Life, Adventures, and Pyrades of the famous Captain Singleton, &c. Svo. . ib, 1720 

14. Tour throtigh the whole Island of Great Britain, &c. 3 vols. Svo. . ib. 1724-5-7 

See PiUMB Works, toL rlL p. 445. 

15. New Voyage round the World. (2 parts in 1 vol.) 8t«o. tZ». 1725 

16. Life and Entertaining Adventures of Mrs. Christian Davios, commonly called Mother Ross. 
(2 parts in 1 vol.) Bvo. . . ib. 

17. Political History of the Devil. (2 parte in 1 voL) Sw. . . ib. 172« 

18. Treatise concerning the Use and Abuse of the Marriage-Bed, &c. 8ro. ib. 1737 

19. Compleat English Tradesman, in fiuniliar Letters, &c. 2 vols. Bro. ib. 172.Q 

20. Plan of the English Commerce, &c. In 3 parte. Svo. t&. 1728 

21. Religious Courtship, Ac Discourses on the necessity of marrying Religious Husbands and Wives 

only,&c. 2d0dii. Svo. . ib. 17'29 






22. Poetical and other Tracts. 1 vol. 4/o. containing, 

1. The Mock Monrnen, a Satyr, by way of Elegy on 4. More Reformation, a Satyr on himaelf. Lmtd. 1709 
King William. 2d edit. Lomt 1702 ft. Hymn to Tybam. Soqnel to H. to Pillory, (turf AyZ]<A».) Ai 17(0 

2. The Spaniih Descent, a Poem. •&. 1702 & The Dyct of Poland, a Satyr. . .A. 1705 

3. Reformation of Mannen. a Satyr. ib. 1702 7. Delaane's (T.) Pica for the Non-Conibrmittt, Ac lb. 1706 

23. Collection of the most remarkable Casualties and Disasters, &c in the Great Storm by sea and land, 

26th November, 1703. 2d edit. 8ro. ..... »6. 

24. The Consolidator, or Memoirs, &c. from the World in the Moon. Translated from the Lunar lan- 

guage. 800. 

25. Mars stript of his Armour, or the Army displayed in all its true colours, &c 12jiio. ib. 1709 

26. Life and Adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell, who, though Deaf and Dumb, writes down any Strangerls 

name at first sight, &c 2d edit, 8ro. . . ib, 172p 

27. Spy upon the Conjuror : or a Collection of surprising Stories, with names, &.c. reUting to Mr. Duncan 

Campbell. Svo. ....... •&. 1724 

28. Essay on the History and Reality of Apparitions. 800. . ib. 1727 

See note to OI(f 3ivrtaUt^. 

29. History of the most remarkable Life, &c. of Colonel Jaquo, \'ulgarly called Colonel Jack, &c. 

4tk edit, Svo. . . . t». 1738 

30. Life and Adventures of the frimous Moll Flanders, &c. 12mo. •5.1745 

31. Life and Adventures of Roxana, the fortunate Mistress, or most unhappy Wife, &c. 8vo. ib, 1774 

32. Every-Body^s Business is No-Body*s Business, or. Private Abuses, Public Grievances : exemplified in 

the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our Women-Servants, Footmen, Ac By Andrew 

Moreton, Eat{. 4th edit, Lond, 1725. — Every Man mind his own Business, or Private Piques no 

Public Precedents ; being an Answer to a late scurrilous Pamphlet, ^ Every-Body^ Burinf,** &c. 

By Catherine Comb-Brush. t6. 1725. Svo. 

See Lire, vol. L p. 964 ; Paoss Wobrb, toI. It. pp. 288-S96. 

Lomd. 1718 
a. 1717 
A, 1718 
ib. 1709 
a. 1717 
A. 1724 

Ward's (Edward) Miscellaneous Works. 6 vols. Svo. containing^ 

1. London Spy. 5th edit, 

2. Miscellaneous Prose and Verse. 5^ edit, 

3. Poetical Satires and Prose Letters. Zd edit. . 

4. Characters in Prose, and Miscellanies in Verse. 

5. Poetical Miscellanies, and the Tory Quaker, in Prose. 

6. The Wandering Spy, &c Familiar Poems. With MS, note by Henry Weber, 

Life and Adventures of Don Quixote dc la Mancha. Merrily translated into Hndibrastic 

verse. 2 vols. 800. ....... t^. 1711-12 

Friendly Correspondences, or Epistolary Satyrs upon Virtue and Vice, See. Svo. ib. 1707 

Nuptial Dialogues and Debates, or, a Useful Prospect of the Felicities and Diacomforts 

of a Married Life, ^th edit. 2 vols. l2mo. .... t&. 1759 

True and exact Account of the Lives of Bumworth, Blewett, Berry, &c. with the several 

Robberies committed by them, &c. Svo. .... t^. 1726 

Verstegan, (R.) Theatrum Crudelitatum Haereticorum nostri temporis. 41^. Antverp. 1592 
Mackintosh's (Sawney) Travels through Ireland, &c. 1 2mo. . . Lond. 

Page^ (William) Narrative of the Life and Surprising Robberies of. 2d edit. With MS. 

note by Sir W. S. l2mo. ...... Uf. 1758 



Reprints of Rare English Tracts. 1 vol. 4to. containing^ 

1. Peele*t (George) Mem'e Conceited Jests. With notice by S. W. Singer. Lond, Ttiphook^ 1809 

2. Araignment of Lewde, Idle, Froward, and Unconstant Women. By Jos. Swetnam. 1615. ib, 1807 

3. Ester hath hanged Haman : or an Answer to the Aiaignment, &c by Ester Sowemam. 1617. t&. 1810 

4. Armin'S (Robert) Italian Tailor and his Boy. 1609. .... »6. 1817 

5. Histoiie of Frier Rush : how he came to a house of religion, &c. 1620. f'6. 1810 

Sec PosTicAL Works, toI. tU. p. 190. 

6. Litdiu Soaeehiae. Chesse-Play, &c. 1597. . ib, 


Johnson's (Captain Obarles) General History of the Pyratcs^ from their first Rise and Settle- 
ment in tlie Island of Providence, to the present time, &c. 2d edit 8vo. ib, 1724 

See PoKTicAi. Works, vol. ix. p. 149. 

CExmelin's (or Esquemeling, A. 0.) History of the Bucauiers of America, from their first 

original down to this time, &c. Newly translated from the Spanish and French, &c. Svo. 

ib, 1699 
See PoBTicAL Works, toI. ix. pp. 37, 93, J 46. 

Allan, (James, the celebrated Northumberland Piper,) Life of, and other branches of his 

extraordinary fEunily, &c. new edit, Svo. , . Blyth, } SIS 

Gesia Grayorum, or the History of Prince Purpoole, A.D. 1594. new edit Edited by 

Henry Keepe. 4/o. wants title, ..... [^Ixmd, 1688^ 
Clavell's (John) Recantation of an 111 Ledde Life, or, a Discoverie of the High-way Law, &c. 

2d edit. 4to. ....... i^. 1628 

The High-way Woman, &c. ; the Wicked Life and Deplorable Death of Marcy Clay, otherwise 

called Jenny Fox, &c. 1665. Svo. .... repr, ib. 

Barnard's (Rev. Dr. Nicholas) Penitent Death of a Woeful Sinner, or the Penitent Death of 

John Atherton^ executed at Dublin 1640. As also the Sermon preached at liis Buriall. 

With MS. note by Sir. W. S. ^to. . Duh. 1641 

Life and Death of John Atherton, Lord Bishop of Waterford, who, for Incest, &c. was hanged 

on the Gallows Greene at Dublin, &c. (a Poem.) Mo. reprinted, Land. 1641 

See Letters on Denumologyy p. 384. 

The Case of John Atherton, &c. fairly represented against a late partial edition of Dr. Bar- 
nard's Relation and Sermon, &c. Svo. . . t6. 1710 

The Ukimum Vak of John Carleton, &c. ; a Description of the passages of that Grand Im- 
postor, late a pretended Germane Lady, &c. Lond. 1663. — Newes from Spaine. Relation 
of the Death of Don Rodrigo Calderon, &c. faithfully translated, &c. ib. 1622. 4to. 

Extraordinary Life and Character of Mary Bateman, the Yorkshire Witch, executed at York, 
20th March 1809. Sth edit Svo. ..... L^^, 1809 

Michael Howe, the last and worst of the Bush-Rangers of Van Dicman's Land. Narrative 
of ttrocttiea committed by him daring six years. Svo. Hobart Town, 1818 



Mynshul's (GefTray) Essayes and Characters of a Prison and Prisonen^ Sec. Land. 1618. 
With Prefatory Notice hy the Editor. (? Sir W. S.) 800. repr. Edin. BaUantyne, 1821 

Mandevillc's (Bernard) Modest Defence of Public Stews^ or an Essay upon Whoring, &c. 
By the late Col. Harry Mordaunt. Svo. .... Lond, 1740 

The Compleat Mendicant^ or Unhappy Beggar^ being tlie Life of an Unfortunate GksntlemaD, 
&c. during 23 years pilgrimage. With a Character of a Monastick Life^ and the Descrip- 
tion of a Monastery. Svo. ...... ib, 1699 

Shakspeare's Jest Book; Tales and Quick Answers^ &c. Witli Prefatory Notice, by S. 
W. Singer. %vo. ....... . ChUvfick, \%\^ 

Gilkie's (James) Speak Evil of no Man, but of the injustice done by Men. 8tw. Edin. 1774 

Every Man his own Procurator, or, the Country Gentleman's Vade Mecum ; containing 

the Duty of a Sheritf, &c. 12 mo. . . .... 1^. 1778 

New Catechism for the Fine Ladies, &c. Lond, 1740. — Love's Invention, or the Recreation 
in Vogue. Ballad upon the Masquerades, ib. 1718. Svo. 

The Sixpenny Miscellany, or a Dissertation upon Pissing, &c. 8tw. . Lond. 1 726 

The Merry Thought : or the Glass-Window and Boghouse Miscellany. Taken from the ori- 
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The Fatal Vesper ; (containing an Account of the Fall of a Room in Blackfryers, at Mr. Dmiie's 
Sermon, 26tli October, 1623.) By W. C. 4to. . . toanf tide. 

Bragge's (Rev. Francis) Defence of the Proceedings against Jane Wenham, (for Witchcraft.) 
Bvo, ........ ib. 1712 

Hall's (Rev. Thomas) Funebria Florae, the Downfall of May-Games ; wherein is set fortli 
the rudeness, prophaneness, stealing, drinking^ fighting, &c. of the rascality and rout in this 
their open prophanenesse and heathenish customs, &c. 2d edit 4fto, A. 1661 

Wilson, (James, Schoolmaster,) Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, by Claudero, eon of Nimrod 
the Mighty Hunter, &c. Bvo, ..... Edin. 1766 

The Curious History on several occasions, being part of the work of that noted Poet 

Claudero, &c. 12mo. ...... ib. 

The Universal Fortune Teller : or, Mrs. Bridget's (the Norwood Gipsey) Golden Treasury 
explained. l2mo, . . ,. • Lond, 

Rules to get Children by, with handsome faces ; or Precepts for the extemporary Sectaries, 
&c. Composed by George Spinola. 4/o. .... Land. 1642 

ParkjTi's (Sir Thomas) Inn-Play : or, Cornish Hugg-Wrestler. Digested in a Method which 
teacheth to break all holds, and throw most falls, mathematically, &c. 3d edit 4A>. ib. 1727 

Bar<;holomew Faure, or. Variety of Fancies, &c. 4ro. . . repr. ib. 1641 

Downefall of Temporizing Poets, unlicenst Printers, upstart Booksellers, &c. 4(d. repr. ib. 1641 

Treatise upon the Modes, or a Farewell to French Kicks. Svo. . ib.l715 

See Prosb Works, vol. iL pp. 119-20, note. 

Country Tom's Complete Jester, or, the Laugher's Delight, &c. limo, ib. 

Breto^'6 (Nicholas) Poste with a Packet of Mad Letters. 2 parts in 1 vol. B. L. 4to. ib. 



True Life of Betty Ireland. (A political squib.) Svo, . . Lond, 17 53 

ATery, (Captain John, the famous English Pirate,) Life and Bold Adventures of, raised from 
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The King of the Pirates, an account of the fsunous enterprises of Captain Avery, the Mock- 
Sling of Madagascar, &c. In two letters from himself. 800. .1^.1720 

See Notet to The PiraiU. 

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diabolical acts by them practised, to get persons convicted for robberies, &c. 800. ib. 1756 

Harris's (Willian^ late merchant in Air,) Account of his Life, written and subscribed by him- 
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(Hideaby's (William) Life and Transactions, from the age of 17 to 28, &c. written by himself. 
800. ........ Edin. 1791 

Trial of Margaret Tindal, alias ShutUeworth, for the murder of her husband, &c. With a 
Memoir. 2d edit. \2mo. ...... ATon/roM, 1821 

Jonathan Wild's Advice to his Successor, &c. Hints and Instrucdons on the Art of Thief- 
taking, &c. 8fw. ....... Lond. 1758 

Orandval, ( ) Le Vice Puni, ou Cartouche, Po^me. nouvdie edit avec un Dictionnaire 

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2. Paracelsus, (Phil. Theophrestus) The Nature of Things. Nine Books. Lomd. 1674 

3. Casaubon^s (Dr. Meric) Treatise ooDceming Enthusiasme, as it is an effect of nature ; but is mistaken 

by many fbr either Divine Inspiiation or Diabolicall Possession. 2d edit. With MS. motet by Dr. 
Farmer. ........ A, 1656 

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are couched the Mysteries of the External, Internal, and Eternal Worlds, &c. a Sacred 

Poem. Svo. , . . . . . ib. 1GG1 


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Masse, (Pierre) De 1' Imposture et Tromperie des Diables, Devins, Enchanteurs, Sorciers, Sec. 

qui, par Invocation Diabolique, &c. abusent le penple. sm, Svo. . Par. 1579 

Benoist, (M. R.) Traict^ enaeignant en bref Ics causes des Malefices, Sortileges, et Enchan- 

teriea^ &c. pour empecher 1' action et exercice du manage, &c. am, 8vo, ib, 1579 

Diacours Admirable, See. des choses advenues en la Ville de Mons en Hainaut, a 1' endroit 

d' une Religieuse possess^e, et depuis delivr^, &c. 8vo. Douay, 1586 

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Memoires Authentiques, &c du Comte de Cagliostro. 12mo. Par. 1786 

Salmasii (Gl.) De Annis Climactericis, et Antiqua Astrologia, Diatribae. sm. 8fo. Lug. Bat. 1648 


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Tracts on Witchcraft, &c. 1 vol. 8oo. containing, 

1. Michaelif^ (Sebeit) Admirable History of the Possession and ConTersion of a Penitent Woman, 

seduced by a Magician, that made her to become a Witch, &C. . Lomd.XSl^ 

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Qifford's (Bey. Geo.) Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts, &c. B. L. ^to. ib. 1603 

Beaumont's (John) Historical, Physiological, and Theological Treatise of Spirits, Apparitions, 

Witchcrafts, &c With a Refutation of Bekker's World Bewitch'd, &c. (Attributed to 

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See Prosb Works, voL iv. pp. 258-9. 

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SeeLettenom DemonoHogy. 

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Webster's (David) Collection of Rare and Curious Tracts on Witchcraft and the Second Sight 
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3. Extract from K. James's Daemonologie. 4-9. Letters, &c. about tlie Witches of Pitten- 
weem, Borrowstouness, Eyemouth, Kirkaldy, and Torrybum. 10. Frazer's Discourse con- 
cerning Second Sight. 1707.) Svo. .... Edin. 1820 

Glanvil's (Joseph) Sadudemus Triumphattis ; or Full and Plain Evidence respecting Witches 

and Apparitions. In 2 parts, &c. Zd edit. 8tw. Ixmd. 1700 

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Philosophical Con8iderationstouchingtheBeingofWitchesandWitchcraft,&c. Ato. t^.l667 

Defoe's (Daniel) System of Magick, or History of the Black Art Being an Historical Ac- 
count of Mankind's most early dealing vnth the Devil, and how the acquaintance on both 
sides first began. Sw. . . . . t^. 1727 

Complete Wizzard. Collection of Authentic Narratives, &c. of Ghosts, &c. Instancesof the eflRdcta 
of Witchcraft ; Account of Haunted Houses ; and a Treatise on Magic. 8eo. ib, 1770 

Saddueismus DebeStUus, or Truo Narrative of the Sorceries and Witchcrafts exercised, &c. 
upon Mrs. Christian, daughter of Mr. John Shaw of Bargarran, &c. &c. With Reflections 
upon Witchcraft in general, &c. 4fto. . ib. 1998 

See Letten on Lhtnomoiogy^ p. 261. 

J , (Rev. T ) Vindication of the Surey Demoniack as no Impostor; &c. a Reply to 

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rebuked ; or a Farther Vindication of the Dissenters from Popery, Superstition, &c. unjustly 

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True and Impartial Relation of the information against three Witches, &c convicted at the Asstaes, 

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L' Incredulite et Mescreance du Sortilege plainement convaincue ; ou il est traict^, &c. 

du Sortilege, de la Fascination, de 1' Attouchement, du Scopelisme, de la Divination, de la 

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Frommann, (J. C.) Tractatus de Fascinatione, &c. in que Fascinatio Vulgaris profligatur, Na- 

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ib. 1699 
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CoUectioD of Hiscelkneoos Poems ; with some Prose Tracts. 5 toIs. 4to» ecmtMJnmg, 

Voi I. 1. Menyli (R.) Paulina, or, the Rmiimn Daughter, a Poem. 

2. The Country Book Club. 

3. Peter Pindar's Brother Peter to Brother Tom. 

4. The Choice. 

5. Knipe*B (Eliza) Six Narrative Poems. 

6. Thelwairs (John) Orlando and Almeyda. 

II. 7. Mickle's (William Julius) Sir Martyn, an imitation of Spenser. 

8ce PomcAL Works, toL i. p. 6D, note. 

8. The Progress of Envy, in imitation of Spenser, occasioned by Lauder's attack on Hilton. A. 1751 


A. 1788 





Lomd. 1777 

A. 1780 
Oford^ 1772 

. Lomd, 1796 
Norwich^ 1796 

. Loud, 1790 

A. 1799 

A. 1799 

90 date. 

9. Person's (Professor Richard) Eloisa in Dishabille, &c. 

10. Cortwright's (Dr. Edm.) Armine and Elvira. 5^ edit. 

Sec LiPB, Tol. i. p. lau. 

1 1 . Burger's Lenorv. Translated by H. J. Pye. 

12. Translated by William Taylor. . 

S«e PoBTiCAL Works, toI. ir. p. 57 ; Lire, vol. L pp. 235^ 243^ 2Si. 

13. The Bedesman of Nidsyde, a Legendary Fragment 
III. 14. Lewis's (M. G.) Love of G^n. Imitated from Juvenal. . 

15. Seward's (Anna) Original Sonnets and Odes. 

16. Memorial respecting the Bights, &c. of Clerks to the Signet. 

17. Philosophical and Religious Dialogue in the Shades, between Mr. Ilume and Dr. Dodd. 

Ltmd. 1778 

18. Blair'b (Rev. Dr. Hugh) Dissertation on Ossian's Poems. . ib, 1763 
IV. 19-23. Smarts (Rev. Christ) Hymn to, and 4 Poems on the Goodness, the Power, the Immensity, 

and the Omniscience of the Supreme Being. Loud, amd Camb, 1756^ 

24. Thomson's (Alexander) British Parnassus at the close of the 18th Century. . Edim, 1801 

25. Ty tier's (A. F. Lord Woodhouselee,) Examination of the Abb^ deSade^ hypothesis respecting 


26. Sotheby'b (William) BaUle of the NQe, a Poem. . L<md, 1799 
V. 27. Chmnery's (G. H.) Statue of the Dying GUdiator, a Prise Poem. . Ojford^ 1810 

28. Canning'k (Right Honourable George) Letter to Earl Camden, respecting his affair with Lord 

Castlereagh. ....... Lomi. 1809 

Sm Lirs, Tol. U. pp. 257-G4. 

29. Ossian, Translations of, by M'Farlan and Macpherson, contrasted. 

30. General Account of the fiunily of Vaux, Vans, or de Valllbres, &c ropresented by Vans Agnew 

ofBambarrow. ..... PtfM6roybr, 1800 

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See PoBTfCAL Works, vol. Iz. p. 383. 

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3. Barbauld's (Mrs.) Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, a Poem. . t(. 1812 

4. Monody on the Death of Lord Melville, and Lord President Blair. . Edm. 1812 

Croker's (J. W.) Summary of the Life of the Duke of Wellington. From the Quarterly Review, 
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Silva Lisboa, (Jose da) Memoria da Vida Publica do Lord Wellington, &c. See. 2 parts in 1 vol. 

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Prkm T. 


SkdveM 2, 

Vol. .0. PenianB. 

VoL 5. Karazm. 

Ancient Italy. 

Roman^ from Romulus to removal \ ^ ^ 

6. India, Hither Peninsula. 

to Byzantium. 

r i&rca. 
j Bower. 

India, Farther Peninsula. 

0, 11, 12,13, 14. 

7. Eastern Tartars. 

14, 15. Eastern and Western 

Empire, to taking of 


Constantinople. Dr. J. Campbell. 




8, 9. European Commerce, and 


Settlements in East Indies. 


Othman Empire, to the i 
10. Peace of CarlowiU. 1 



Rev. John 

Jewish Dispersion, y 


/ Swinton. 

n. i 




Modem Egypt. 

Arabs to Mohammed. 

African Islands. 1 
12. i 

Nice and Trapezond. 


Ancient Spain, i 
Ancient Gaul. 1 



17. Ancient Gennany. 

Southern Aiiica. 

Ancient Britain. 

13. Western Africa. 

Ancient Northern Nations. 


Ancient Italy. 




Exarchs of Ravenna. 

Ansiko, &c. 



M). Turks. \ 

Gold Coast. 1 


14. f 

Moguls. \ Rev. J. Swinton. 

Ivory Coast. 

Indians. : 
Chinese, j 

Grain Coast. 

Sierra Leone. 

Ancient Cosmogony. 

Interior of Africa. 



General Index. 


Mixltm, (Edited by Dr. Smollett.) VoL 19 to 60. 

Algiers. i 
15. 1 

Vol. I. Life of Mohanuned. 

Arabs, i 

> to taking of Constantinople. 
*-» <>• — ^^ J 




Seljukians. i 
4. 1 


Knights of Rhodes. 

Moguls, and i From Jenghis Kh&n to 
5. Tartars. 1 Sultan fiabr. 

Knights of Malta. 

16-18. Spain. 

Persia, to Nadir Shah. 

Portugal \ 


19. i 

Turkmans and 



20, 21. France, to Louis XIV. 



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Watson Taylor's (George) Profligate, a Comedy. Privately printed /or the atUhors friends. 

^to. L. P. . . Lond. Shakspeare Press, 1820 

Howard's (Sir Robert) Five New Plays, viz. the Surprisal, the Committee, Comedies ; and 

the Indian Queen, the Vestal Virgin, and the Duke of Lerma, Tragedies. 2i/ edit. fd. 

With MS. note. ........ ib. 1092 

See PoiTicAL WoRKt, vol. ix. p. 144. 

Dec's (Dr. John) True and Faithful Relation of what passed for many years between Dr. J. D. 

and some Spirits, &c. With Preface, &c. by Dr. Meric Casaubon. Jbl. • ib. 1659 

See Lettert on Demonologjf^ p. 339. 

More's (Rev. Dr. Henry) Works, in 2 parts, &c. fol, .... t^. 1664 

See Poetical Works, voL iv. p. 184. 

Taylor's (John, the Water Poet,) Works, &c. being 63 in number, collected into one vol. 

by the Author, fol. . . . t^. 1630 

See Poetical Works, vol. vii. note F. 


Dodsley's Collection of Old Plays. 2d edition, corrected and collated with the old copies. 

With Notes, &c. by Isaac Reed. 12 vols. er. Svo. . . . . t6. 1780 

See Poetical Works, voL v. p. 43d ; Prose Works, vol vi p. 283 ; vol. vii. pp. 204-5; voL viii p. 75. 

£gerton'8 (John) Theatrical Remembrancer, contaming a Complete List of all the dnmatic 
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Dramatica, &c. 12mo. . . • . . . . ib, 1788 

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See Prosx Woulb, toL tl p. 356. 

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See Prosb Workk, vol. i. pp. 1 77-8. 

Davies's (Thomas) Genuine Narrative of the Theatrical Transactions of Mr, John Hender- 
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Bettertou's (Thomas) History of the English Stage, from the Rcstauration to the present 

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Booth, (Barton) Memoirs of, with his Character, and several Poems by himself. 8ro. ib. 1 733 
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Shakspeare's (William) Plays ; with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators. 
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Deuce's (Francis) Illustrations of Shakspeare and of Ancient Manners ; with Dissertations on 

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See LiFK, ToL ii. p. 139. 

Britten's (John) Remarks on the Life and Writings of Shakspeare, &c. 8&0. Not printed 
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Wilson's (John) Shakeperiana ; Catalogue of all the Books, Pamphlets, Sec. relative to 
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800. . . . . ib. 1800 

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. ib. 1817 
. ib. 1816 
. ib. 1823 
. ib. 1824 

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td. 1640 
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John's College, Cambridge. ...... ti^. 1606 

4. Daubome^ (Robert) Poor Man'k Comfort, a Tragi-Comedy. i6. 1655 

5. Sharpham^ (Edirard) Fleire, a Comedy. i6. 1631 
6, 7. Chapman*s (George) Conspiracic and Tragedie of Charles Duke of Byron, &c. two plays, ib. 1625 

Chapman's (George) Conspiracie and Tragedie of Charles Duke of Byron, Marshall of France. 
In two playes^ &c. 4^o. first edit. ...... t^. 1608 

Sis Old Plays^ on which Shakspeare founded his Measure for Measure, Comedy of Errors, 
Taming the Shrew, King John, Henry IV. and V., and King Lear. Edited by J. Nicholn. 
2 vols. cr. 8co. ... ..... iA. 177 J) 

Hawkins's (Thomas) Origin of the English Drama, illustrated in its various species, vi%. 
Mj'stery, Morality, Tragedy, and Comedy, by specimens from our earliest writers, with ex- 
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Langbaine's (Gerard) Account of the English Dramatic Poets, &c. cr, Svo. ib, IG.Ol 

Carlell's (Ludowick) Tm'o New Playes, viz. The Fool would be a Favourite, &c. and Osmond, 
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Plays. 1 vol. \2mo. containing, 

1. Baron"^ (Robert) Mirza, a Tragedy. ..... r6. 

2. Howard (Sir Robert) and Dryden'ft (John) Indian Queen, a Tragedy. ih. 17.';5 

3. Otway^s (Thomas) Don Carlos, a Tragedy. ib,\ 734 

4. Owen^ (Robert) Hypermnestm, a Tragedy. .... ib. 112:1 

Howard's (Sir Robert) Poems, sm. 800. . . ib, 1660 

Daniel's (Samuel) Dramatic Works ; {being that jxirtion of the collected edition of his Works ; 
for tke other portion, see ft. 160,) sm, 4ito, ..... ;^. 1623 
Old Phiys. 1 vol. sm, 4tto, containing, 

1. Tomkis^s ( ) Albumazar, a Comedy. 

2. BCarston^ (John) Dutch Courtesan. .... 

3. Jones (John) Adrasta, a Tragi-Comedy. .... 

4. Webster's (John) White Deril, &c {Duplicaie. See p. 214.) icauU title. 

5. Heywood's (Thomas) Royall King, &c. (DupUeaU. ib.) 

6. Chettle'ft (Henry) Tragedy of Hoffman. (Duplicate. ib.) 

Old Plays, 1 voL sm, 44o, containing, 

1. Machine (Lewis) Dumb Knight, a Comedy. » 

2. Shirley^ (James) Humourous Courtier, a Comedy. {DHptieate^ p. 213.) 


ih. \G\5 


ib. lb-35 

[ib. 1631] 

ib. 1637 

ih. 1631 


ib. 1633 


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Old Plays. 1 vol. sm, 4tto, containing, 

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3. Cough's (J.) Strange Discoveries, a Tragi-Comedy. vkmU titU, 

4. Nabbes's (Thomas) Microcosmus. wanU HUe. .... 
Plays and Pamphlets. 1 vol. Svo. containing^ 

1. Gay's (John) Beggars' Opera ; with the Music. .... 

8«e Plots WojtKS, Tol. Ti. pp. .174^ 

2. Momus tum'd Fabulist, &c an Opera. ..... 

3. Art of Politicks, in imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry. 

4. Jack the Gyant- Killer, a Comi-Tragical Farce. .... 

5. Copy of a Letter, &c. by one of the Quakers, chosen Overseers and Elders, &c. 
Plays. I vol. Svo. containing, 

1. Banks^ (John) Earl of Essex, a Tragedy. .... 

2. Cibber^ (Colley) Non-Juror, a Comedy. .... 

3. Mitchell^ ( ) Highland Fair, or Union of the Clans, an Opera. 

Banks's (John) Virtue Betrayed^ or Anna Bullen. 5tA edit — Unfortunate Favourite^ or 
Earl of Essex. — Tragedies. l2mo, ...... t^. 1735 

Sedley's (Sir Charles) Works in Prose and Verse, &c. With Memoirs of his Life. Edited 
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Slieridan's (R. B.) Four Plays ; the School for Scandal ; the Rivals ; the Duenna ; the Critic. 

cr. Svo. .....«•.. id. 

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Heywood's (Thomas) Downfall of Robert Earle of Huntlington, afterwards called Robin 

Hood. B. L. ^to. . . . . . ib. 1601 

Love's Mistressc, or the Queene's Masque. 2d impression, sm. 4to. . ib. 1640 

Dekker's (Thomas) If this be not a Good Play, the Divcl is in it. 4to. . . ib. 1 612 

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Riiggle, ( ) Ignoramus, Comcedia, &c. fVith MS. key and note. 12mo, Westmrni. 1737 
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Dryden (John) Sixteen Plays by, (out of the 27 vtTitten by him) with the following Plays, &c. 

in addition. 2 vols. 

1. Of Dramatic Poesie, an Essay. ...... 

2. Vindication of the Duke of Guise, &c. . . . . . 

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o. Dryden, jun-'s (John) Husband his own Cuckold, a Comedy ; with Preface by Dryden. 
0\ Duffett's (T.) The Mock Tempest, or the Enchanted Castle. 


Shad well, (Thomas) Sixteen Tragedies and Comedies by. 

See Prose Works, vol. i. pp. 222-37. 

Lc»e, (Nathaniel) Ten Tragedies by, .... 

Etherege, (Sir George) Three Comedies by, . 

Buckingham, (George Villiers, Duke of) Two Plays by, 

Motteux, (P.) Three Plays by, .... 

Ravenscroft, (Edward) Five Comedies and One Tragedy by. 

Sec Prose Works, vol. i. pp. 136-39. 

Howard's (Hon. Edward, James, and Sir Robert) Six PJays by, 

Hopkins, (Cliarles) Three Tragedies by, ... 

Banks, (John) Four Tragedies by, .... 

Tate, (Nahum) Five Tragedies by, . 

Settle, (Elkanah) Six Plays by, .... 

See PROSB Works, vol. i. pp. 159-65, and 230-37. 

Southcme (Thomas) Seven Plays by, . 


ib. 1668-1704 

ib. 1675-1708 
ib. 1676-97 
ib. 1672-02 

ib. 1696-1705 
1^. 1672-98 

ib. 1668-1710 
ib. 1695-1700 

ib. 1677-94 
ib. 1678-1707 

ib. 1673-94 

1^. 1682-1700 

^Aehfeid, 10. 


Oowne, (John) Nine Plays by, 

See Prosi Workr, vol. i. pp. 165>6*. 

^owe, (Nicholas) Six Plays by. 

See PROSB W0RK8, vol. vi. p. 368. 

3)' Urfey, (Thomas) Fourteen Plays by, 

3ehn^ (Mrs. Aphra) Ten Plays by, 

JDcnnis, (John) Six Plays by, 

.JohnsoD^ (Charles) Six Plays by. 

Trotter, (Birs.) Four Plays by, 

Tavemer, (William) Tteo Comedies by, 

Sedley, (Sir Charles) Three Plays by, . 

Powell, (George) Four Plays by, 

Bamaby, (Charles) Four Plays by, 

Gildon, (Charles) Four Plays by, 

Shad well, (Charles) Two Comedies by, 

Theobald, (Lewis) Ttpo Tragedies by, . 

Twenty Old Plays, by anonymous Authors. In 2 vols, containing, 

VdL L 1. The Mnae of Newmarket, &c. ; being 3 Faroes, vis. : 

2. The Merry Milkmaid of lalington. 

3. Love Lost in the Dark, &c 

4. The Politick >Vhore, &c . 

5. The Rampant Alderman, a Farce. 

6. Piflo^s Conspiracy, a Tragedy. 

7. Komulus and llersilia, a Tragedy. 

8. The Tragedy of King Saul. 

9. Siege and Surrender of Mona, a Tragi-Comedy. 

10. Triumphs of Virtue, a Tragi-Comedy. 

11. Win Her and take Her, a Comedy. 
II. 12. Wits led by the Nose, &c. a Tragi-Comedy. 

13. The Apparition, a Comedy, (by W. Chamberlaine.). 

14. Cinna*s Conspiracy, a Tragedy. 

15. The Different Widows, &c a Comedy. 

16. The Faithful General, a Tragedy. 

17. The Fashionable Lover, &c. a Comedy. 

18. The Fatal Divorce, a Tragedy. 

19. Feigned Friendship, a Comedy. 

20. Injured Love, or the lady^ Satisfaction, a Comedy. ( ? by N. Tate.) 

Land. 1679-94 

ib. 1702-15 

ih. 1676-96 
t^. 1671-98 

f^. 1699-1704 
ib. 1702-13 

ib. 1698-1706 

ib. 1713, &c 

ib. 1688-87 

ib. 1691-96 

ib. 1700-3 

ib. 1698-1700 
f^. 1710-13 
ib. 1715-17 


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no date. 

no date. 


Otway's (Thomas) Ten Plays, original editions, including both first and second of ''Don 
Carlos," and the Play of " Heroick Friendship," 1 71 9, attributed, but falsely, to him. 1 vol. 
4fi7. ........ . 1675-1719 

Vanbragh's (Sir John) Ftve Plays, ^ar/^ ^(/fVtoiM. 1 yoI. 4^o. . . . 1702-9 


Prbss V. 



a Lid <^ 

Collection of Old Plays^ (78^) many of tbcm published anonymously. Arranged 

according to the Authors' names. 7 vols. 4/o. 
Vol. I. (A. B.) 1. AddiBon^ (Joseph) Cnto, Tragedy. 

2. Arrowsmith^s ( ) Refonnatioii, Comedy. 

3. Bailey's (Ab.) Spightful Sister, Comedy. 

4. Baker's (Thomas) Fine lady's Airs, Comedy. 
6. Bancroft's (John) Henry II. King of England, Tragedy. 

6. Bladen's (Captain M.) Solon, Tragi-Comedy. 

7. Brady's (Dr.) Rape, Tragedy. 

8. Brevai's ( ) Play is the Plot, Comedy. 

9. Bullock'to (Christ) Woman is a Riddle, Comedy. 

II. (C. D.) 10. Caryl's (J.) English Princess, Tragedy. 

11. Sir Salomon, Comedy. (Moli^re's Ecole des Femmes.) 

12. Corey's (John) Cure for Jealousy, Comedy. 

1 3. — ... Metamoiphoeis, Comedy. 
] 4. Cotton^ (Charles) Horace, (from Comeille,) Tragedy. 

15. Craufiird's (David) Courtship k la Mode, Comedy. 

16. Dancer's (J.) Nicomede, Tragi-Comedy, (from Comeille.) WUk 

to thit date^ at tkt end. 

17. — — Agrippa, Tragedy, (from Quinault.) . 

18. Da venant's (Charles) Circe, a Tragedy. 

19. Dilke's (Thomas) Lover's Luck, Comedy. . 

20. Dogget's (Thomas) Country Wake, Comedy. 

III. (E-O.) 21. Estcourfs (Richard) Fair Example, Comedy. 

22. Fane^ (Sir F.) Love in the Dark, Comedy. 

23. Sacrifice, Tragedy. 2d edit. 

24. Filmer's (Dr. K) Unnatural Brother, Tragedy. 

25. Gay's (John) Wife of Bath, Comedy. 

26. Goring's (Charles) Irene, Tragedy. 

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Hume's (Sir David, of Crossrigg,) Diary of Proceedings in the Parliament and Privy Council 
of Scotland, May 1 700 to March 1 707. (John Hope.) A^to. . . t^. 1828 

Papers relative to the Marriage of King James VI. of Scotland, and Princess Anne of Den- 
mark, 1589, &c. (J. T. Gibson Craig.) 4/o. .... i^. 1828 

Kennedy's (Lady Margaret, afterwards Wife of Bishop Burnet,) Letters to die Duke of 
Lauderdale, ^to. . . . . t6. 1828 

Spalding's (Jolm) History of the Troubles and Memorable Transactions in Scotland and Eng- 
land, from 1624 to 1645. Edited by James Skene. 2 vols. 4to. . t*. 1828-9 

Les Affaires du Conte de Boduel V an 1568. (H. Cockbum and T. Maitland.) 4^o. ib. 1829 

Ul>aldini, (Petruccio) Descrittione del Regno di Scotia. 1558. (A.Coventry.) 4/e>. t^. 1829 

See the Original, in X. 8, p. 242. 

Arg}'le'M (Archibald, Earl of) Letters to John, Duke of Lauderdale. (James Campbell.) 
■itn. .......... t6. 1829 

Lesley's (John, Bishop of Ross,) History of Scotland, from the Death of King James I. in 

1436, to 1561. (Thomas Thomson, Editor.) (In Scots.) 4/o. . . 1^.1830 

Papers relative to the Regalia of Scotland. (William Bell.) 4to. . . t^. 1829 

The same. Printed on vbllum. Mo. . . . . . i^. 1829 

Bannatyne, (George) Memorials of, from 1545 to 1608. Printed from an original MS. (Sir 
Walter Scott.) \to. . . . . . . Edin. 1829 

Turner's (Sir J.) Memoirs of his own Life and Times, 1632-70. Edited by T. Thomson. 

Mo. .......... ffA 1829 

See PoKTiCAL Works, vol. ii. p. 202 ; Note to Old Mortality, and lutrodudkm to Legemd of Momfrtttt. 

Moysie's(D.)Mcmoirsof the Affairs of Scotland, 1577-1603. (J. Dennistoun.) 4to. f^. 1830 

See PoKTiCAL Works, vol. ii. pp. 45, 134. 

Rothes's (John, Earl of) Relation of Proceedings concerning the Affairs of the Kirk of Scot- 
land, August 1637; to July 1638. (James Nairne and David Laing.) 4to. . t^. 1830 

Grahame's (Simeon) Anatomic of Humors, and the Passionate Sparke of a relenting Minde. 
(Robert Jameson.) Mo. . . . . . . t^. 1830 

Trial of Dimcan Terig and Alexander Bane Macdonald, for the Murder of Arthur Davis, 1754. 
(Sir Walter Scott.) 4to. . . . . . i*. 1831 

Hume's (Alex.) H}'mns and Sacred Songs, 1590. (J. G. Kinnear.) Mo. . ib. 1832 

Pitcaim's (Robert) Trials, and other Proceedings in Matters Crinunal, before the High Court 

of Justiciary in Scotland. Selected from the Records of tliat Court, and original MSS. 

3 vols. Mo. . . . . . . . . . ib. 

See Bevieu' of this in Prose Works, vol. xxi. pp. 1^9, 265. 


Study. Cabinit. ABBOTSPORD LIBRARY. Shelf 3. 

Davidis Buchanani de Scriptoiibus Scotb Libii Duo^ nunc primnm editi^ cans Dav. Irving, 
LL.D. ^. . . . . . . . t^. 1837 

Rc^strum Episcopatus M oraviensis, e pluribns codicibus consarcinatam^ circa ▲. d. ujoccc. 
Cum Continuationc Diplomatum recendorum usqne ad a. d. m j>c.xxni. (Late and pre- 
sent Duke of Satherland.) 4to. ..... Edin. I S97 

Liber de Mailros. The Chartulary of Melrose. (Duke of Buccleuch.) 4/o. . t^. 1887 

The Seven Sages, in Scotish Metre, by John Holland of Dalkeith. Reprinted from the edition 
of 1578. (James Ivory.) 4ft). . . . . . , ib. 1837 

See Prose Works, vol. zxi. p. 224. 


Maitland's (Sir Richard^ of Lethington) History of the House of Seytoun. With Continuation 

by Alexander Viscount Kingston, to 1687. 4fto, (Club.) . GUug, 1829 

See Prosk Works, vol. vii. p. 402. 

Poems. With an Appendix of Selections of Sir John Maitland and Thomas Maitland. 

(Joseph Bain.) 4to. ...... Edin. 1830 

See PorrrcAL Works, vol. i. pp. 256-260, 308-9. 

Beaugue, (Jean de) Histoire de la Guerre d' Ecosse^ pendant les campagnes de 1548 et 1549, 

(1556.) (William Smith.) 4to. . . . . . . i*. 1830 

See PoKTicAL Works, yoI. i. pp. 127-129. 

Register of Ministers, Ezhorters, and Readers, and of their Stipends, after the Reformation. 
(A. Macdonald.) 4fo. . . . . ib. 1830 

Pitcaim's (Dr. Arch.) Babell, a Satirical Poem on the General Assembly, 1692. (G. R. Kin- 
loch.) 4fto, . . . . .id. 1830 

See an Original MS, o/tkia Poem, and mite tiereotiy p. 78. 

Clanodus, a Metrical Romance, from a MS. of 16th Century. (Edward Piper.) 44o. ib. 1830 

See PoBTiCAL Works, vol. ii. p. 221 •, vol. v. pp. 374-5. 

Chronicles of the Kings of Scotland, from Fergus I. to James VI. 1611. (J. Whitefoord 
Mackenzie.) 4to. . . . . . . ib. 1830 

Moysie's (David) Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland, 1577-1603. (James Dennistoun.) 4to. 
{Same as the one in the Bannatyne Collection,) . . . . t^. 1830 

Lament's (John, of Newton,) Diary, 1649-71. (G. R. Kinloch.) 4/o. . . t^. 1830 

Hamilton's (William, of Wishaw,) Descriptions of the Sheriffdoms of Lanark and Renfrew. 
Compiled about 1710. (John Dillon and John Fullarton.) 4to. GUug, 1831 

See fntrodudion to CcuUe Dangerous, 

Duncan's (Richard) Notices and Documents illustrative of the Literary History of Glasgow. 
4to, (Club.) . . . ib. 1881 


Study. Cabinet. ABBOTSFORD LIBRARY. Skelv€9 3, 4, 5. 

Letters of King James the Sixths from the Queen, Prince Henry, Prince Charles, the Princess 
Elizabeth, and her husband, Frederick King of Bohemia^ and from their son. Prince Fred- 
erick Henry. From the Originals in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates. (Sir Patrick 
Walker, of Coats.) 4/o. ..... . Edin. ISB5 

Reports of the State of certain Parishes in Scotland, made to his Majesty's Commissioners for 
Plantation of Kirks, &c. in pursuance of an Ordinance dated April xii., m.i>.xxvii. 
From the Originals preserved in her Majesty's General Register House. (Alexander 
Macgregor.) 4to. . • . . . . . . ib, 1835 

Rob Stene's Dream, a Poem. Printed from a Manuscript in the Leightonian Library, Dum- 
blane. (Club.) 4/o. . . . . . , ib, 1830 

The Cochrane Correspondence regarding the Affairs of Glasgow. M.DCC.XLV.-yi. (James 
SraiU), of Jordanhill.) i/o. ....... t^. 1830' 

Cotalogue of the Works printed for the Maitland Club, instituted March 1828; with Lists of 
the Members, and Rules of the Club. Atto, ..... t^. 1836 

Scala Chronica, by Sir Thomas Gray of Helon, Knight ; a Chronicle of England and Scotland, 
from A.D. M.LXVi. to A.D. M.ccc.LXii. uow first printed from the unique Manuscript; with 
an Introduction and Notes, by Joseph Stevenson. (Club.) ^, . . t^. 1836 

Selections from unpublished Manuscripts in the College of Arms, and the British Moseom, 
illustrating the Reign of Mary Queen of Scotland, m.d.xliii.-m.d.lxviii. (Kirlanan Finlay, 
of Castle Toward.) Uo, . . . . . , ib, 1836 

The Life and Death of King James the First of Scotland. (George Macintosh.) 4/o. 

t^. 1836 

Sir Bcves of Hamtoun, a Metrical Romance, now first edited from the Auchinleck MS. (W. 
B. D. D. Tumbull.) 4/o. ...... . t^. 1838 


NicoU, (John) Diary of, from 1650 'to 1667. Manusi^ipt Transcript from the original in 

the Adtocatefi Library. 3 vols. 4to. 

See Pross Works, vol. vu. p. 289. 

The Roi/al Outlaw ; or Edward the Black Prince, a Scottish Tale (in oerse) of the eighteenth 
Century y founded on the truth of History. MS. 4io. 


Catalogue of the Library at Abbotsford. MS. 5 vols. 4/o. 
Catalogue of the Pictures, Armoury, Sfc. at Abbotsford. MS. 4(0. 



Edm. 1712 









LomL lf>82 






Studt. O. ADBOTSFORD LIBRARY. Sheives 1, 2- 

5. Dick^ (John) Tettimonj to the Doctrine, &c. of the Chttich of Sootland, &c ; with hie ket l^ieedi on 

the 8ce£fbld, 1604. ..... PHatet w fit fear 

See NoUto Old MoriaUlift Pboss Wouii, toL tU. p. 89a 

6. Defoe^ (D.) Letter, &c. Account how the IVeatj of Union has heen leoeived here. Edku 1706 

7. Wehster^ (Rev. J.) Covenants of Redemption and Grace DiiplaTed. ib, 1707 

8. Lord Beilhaven^ Speech, 2d November. ..... 1706 

0. Williamson^s (Rev. David) Sermon before Duke of Queensbeny, High Commiisioner, &c Edm. 1700 

1 0. Letter to a M. P. &c. True Interest of Scotland respecting the Suooeaeion. 

1 1 . Oath of Abjuration displayed in its sinful nature, &c. 

12. Letter to a Gent. &c. respecting Mr. Adam Glass. (8ro.) 

1 X Just Reproof, &c of two late pamphlets on the Witches of Pittenweem. 

See Lfdkrt on Demnmulogjft pp. 324-5. 

1 4. Declaration of the Estatee of Scotland ; oq^taining the Claim of Right, &c. 

lo. Curat CalderWhipt Bj T. T. '* . 

1G. The Oath of Abjuration enquired into. ..... 

Tracts. I vol. thin 4to. containing, 

1. Hart^s (Rev. Dr. John) Warning Piece to all Drunkards and Health-drinkers. 

2. The Lawver Outlawed ; or a Brief Answer to Mr. Hunt's Defence of the Charter, &c. 

Sec Pmwb Womls, toI. i. p. M7. 

3. The Present Interest of England, &c. ..... 

4. Narrative of the Demon of Spraiton, (Devon) &c. .... 

5. Behold Two Letters ; the one written by the Pope to the (then) Prince of Wales ; the other an An- 

swcre to the said Letter by the said Prince, now his Majesty of England, Ac. 

Printed in the year of d»$eov9riei^ 1642. 
Olcl Tracts, thin 4ito. containing, 

I. Penn's (William) Letter containing Reflections on ** Good Advice to the Church of England,^ &c 

no daie^ [1687] 

J. Conviction, &c that it is the true interest of the City of Edinburgh, that Mr. F r be chosen, &c 

in the ensuing Parliament Edm, 1761 

3. Linet <m the Indtdgemoe^ wUh a Repty, MS. 

4. Paterson^s (Ninian) Morittomut Martyr ; a Funeral Elegie on Andrew Ker of Moristoun, abiiii at Buda, 

July 19, 1686. ........ I687 

5. To Hir Grace H ir Majesties High Commissioner, &c. Te Address far te fishers in te Highland Coasta,&c. 

no title or dat€, 

6. New Test of the Church of England^s Loyalty, (with allowance.) . . Lond, 1687 

(See SoMBiis Tracts, vol. ix. p. 196.) 

7. Advice to Protestants. ..... no title^ tnU abomt 1687 

8. Sherlock*s (Rev. Dr.) Letter to a Member of Convention, with answer. r9pr, 1689 

(See SoMBiui Tracts, toI. z. p. 188.) 

9. Humble Representation of House of Commons to the Queen, with Her Majesty^ most gradous Answer. 

Edin, 1712 


Tracts by Dean Swift and others. 1 vol. 4to. containing^ 

1. Memorial of the State of England, &c. by Earl of Nottingham. /)«^. I7O6 

(See S0MEB8 Tracts, toL ziL p. NO.) 

2. Swift's (Dean) Tripe Club, a Satyr, &c. . . . . i,^^^ X706 

3. The New Idol, a Poem, &c inscribed to the unchristian Author of the Tripe Club. . •(. 1706 



4. Gicat Britain'^ Union, &e. b j a Penon of Qnalitr. Lond. 1705 

5. Humble Repreientation, &e. of the Lords, Slc to Her Majesty, 14th March 1704, and Her Majestie'fei 

Answer. ........ Z>«6. 1705 

6. Defoe*b (Daniel) Advice to all Parties. .... Lond. 1705 

7. Burnett (Bishop) Speech on the Bill against occasional Conformity. i&. 1704 

8. Defoe'k (Daniel) Shortest Way to Peace and Union. . ib, 1704 

9. Reflections upon some Scandalous and Malicious Pamphlets, The Shortest Way, &c . ti. 1703 
10. Daqgers of Europe from the Growing Power of France. Zd edit. . . •&. 1702 
Jl. Two Letters, &e. respecting the Partition Treaty, vindicating King William. . . Dub, 1702 

12. Defoe'fei (Daniel) Mock Mourner, a Satyr, by way of Elegy on King William. 2d edit, Lond. 1702 

13. Somers^B (Loid) Jura Popvli Angliocud : or the Subject'8 Right of Petitioning set forth. ib, 1701 

14. The Memorial, alias Legion, answered pangraph by paragraph, &c no HtU. 

15. True Character of a Churchman. ...... idem. 

(See SoMBM TiLACTS, toI. U. p. 477-) 

16. Defoe*B (Daniel) New Test of Church of England's Loyalty ; or Whiggish Loyalty and Churdi 

Loyalty compared. . . . . . ib, 1700 

(See SoMSM Tracts, toI. iz. p. 589.) 

17. The Rectorii Case, concerning the Power of Suspension from Sacrament Lond, 1695 

18. Answer to the Rector'fei Libel ; or the Bishop's Case truly stated. . . DtA, 1694 

19. Case of the Suspended Bishops considered. .... Lond, \69l 

20. Johnson's (Samuel) Argument proving the Abrogation of King James to be constitutional. ib, 1692 

21. Short History of the Kings of England, proving no direct Succession, &c . , ib, 1692 

22. Hickeringil's (Rot. Ed.) Lay Clergy ; or the Lay Elder, Slc . ib, J. Dunton, 1695 
2S. Locke's (John) Letter concerning Toleration. ... . ib, 1689 

24. Defence of True Protestants, abused for the Service of Popery. , ib, 1680 

25. Eaton (Samuel) and Taylor'k (Tim.) Defence of the Congregational Way, &c. . ib, 1646 

26. The People'^ Ancient and Just Liberties asserted. Tryal of W. Penn and W. Mead, 1670. t&. 1682 

27. Death and Burial of John Asgill, Esq. ..... />m6. 1702 

Tracts relative to the Union, &c. 1 vol. 4to, containing^ 

1. Vindication of Informers of breaches of Act against Prophaneness, &c. no title, 

2. Draught for a National Church Accommodation. .... Lond, 1705 

3. Lord Beilhayen's Speech in Parliament, 2 November. .... 1706 

4. Letter from Mr. Scruplous to Trialogu%conceming the Union. 1706 

5. Ballantyne's Comical History of Marriage of Fergusia and Heptarchus. 1706 

6. Speech without doors concerning Toleration. . \ 

7. — in season against the Union. . . > . no titles. 

8. Word to the Unioners and their Confederates. . j 

9. Memorial concerning the disorders of the Highlands, &c. . Edin, 1703 

10. Webster'^ (Rey. J.) Lawful Prejudices against an incorporating Union with England. ib, 1707 
' 11 Author ofLawful Prejudices Vindicated. .... •6.1707 

12. Oath of Abjumtion displayed in its sinful nature, &c. .1712 

13. Oath of Abjuration enquired inta . . .1712 

14. Oath of Abjuration, some Thoughts and Questions upon. . . .1712 

15. Proper Project for Scotland, to startle fools, &c. With MS, noU by Sir W. S, . 1699 

16. Mystoy of Magistracy UnTeiled,&r. ..... 1708 



17. Samson's Riddle, or a Bnmch of Bitter Wormwood bringiiig fbrth a Bundle of 8weei-«iM 

Myirh. (Account of Judicial Proeeedings againrt the CoTenanters in 1666 and 166/, their 
Speeches, &c {wanit last leaf,) .... Printed m He ytar 

18. Modest Reply to a Letter from a Friend to Mr. John McMillan. Edm, 

19. Calamj^ (Rev. BkL) Sermon, &e. 1645, on the Danger of Ck>TenantrBreaking. . npr. 

20. SvMciywiMMUi BedwivuM : Answer to a Book entitled An Humble Remonstrance, &c. Stietlit, Sdm- 

Religious and other Tracts. 1 vol. 4to. contaiuiDg^ 

1. Propositions concerning Optic Glasses, &c. .... Oaefi>rd^ 

2. Stillingfleet*s (Dean) Letter to Mr. Godwin, giving a true Account of a late Conference. Lomd. 

3. Letter, &c. desiring Information of the Conference. .... wamit 

4. Stillingfleet^ Letter to a Friend, reflecting on some Passages, in a Letter, &c. . Land. 

5. _ Second Letter to Mr. G. in answer to Two Letters. , A, 

6. — Doctrine of the Trinity and Transubstantiation compared, &c. 2 parts. aft. 

7. Parish Churches no Conventicles, &c. by O. U. . . . t&. 

8. Burnetts (Bishop) Answer to a Letter occasioned by his Letter to Dr. Lowth. •&. 

9. Lowth*s (Rev. Dr.) Second Letter to Dr. Burnet . . . . i&. 
\0i Bishop Burnet's Letter, occasioned by the Second Letter (of Dr. Lowth.) . . t&. 

11. Stillingfleet's (Dean) Answer to Dr. Lowth*8 Letter. . . . t&. 

12. Smythies's (Rev. William) Three Replies to the Obscrvator. Aik edit. . 4b. 
J 3. Sicurus*8 Origin of Atheism, &c translated by E. Bohun. .A. 
14. Sayweirs (Rev. Dr. William) Inquiry into the Means of a happy Union. . . t&. 

* 15. Decree made at Rome, condenming some Opinions of the Jesuits. .A. 

16. Drydcn (John) Absalon et Achitophel, Poema, Latino Carmine donatum. 

17. Houghton \i (John) Letters on Husbandry and Trade. 

1 8. Wray's (Rev. W.) Anniversary Sermon on Fire of London. . . , A. 
Tracts, chiefly controversial between Protestants and Papists. 4io, containing, 

1. Dellons History of the Inquisitioi^at Goa. Translated fW>m French. i&. 

2. Canaries^ (Rev. Dr. James) Rome^s Additions to Christianity. . . . . t&. 

3. Sherlock's (Rev. Dr. W.) Preservative against Popery. 2 Parts. With Vindication. A. 

4. Gordon^ (Bishop of Aberdeen) Request to Roman Catholicks, to answer certain Queries, &c. 4i 

5. Clagett*B (Rev. Dr. W.) Prerogative of St Ann, Mother of the Mother of God. With Pie&ce. •&. 

6. Coventry's (Sir William) Character of a Trimmer, &c. . ib. 

7. Burners (Bishop) Sermon lit the Coronation of William and Mary. . . t&. 
i). Vox Regis et Regm ; or a Protest against Vox Cleri. . . . . ib 
9. Sherlock'i! (Rev. Dr. W.) Case of Allegiance due to Sovereign Princes. 2d edit, . ib 

10. Remarks upon Dr. Sherlock's Book. 2d edit. . . , ib. 

11. Wagstaffe's (Rev. T.) Answer to Dr. Sherlock's Vindication, &c ... . ib 

Tracts by the Duke of Buckingham^ &c. sm, 4tto, containing, ^ 

J . Buckingham's (Gemge, Duke of) Short Discourse upon the Reasonableness of Men's having a Re 

See SoMKRS Tracts, to), ix. p. la « *^ 

2. Answer to the Duke of Buckingham's Paper. . , ib 

3. Duke of Buckingham's Letter to the Author of Answer, &c. . . iB 

See SoMKRS Tracts, toI. ix. p. 1& 

4. Reply to his Grace the Duke of Buckingham's Letter. . . d 

5. Reply to the Ajiswerof the Man of no Name. By G. C. . * i2 

6. ConsidcrationsmovingtoaToleration,&c. occasioned by the Duke of Buckingham'bDiscoune. H 

286 ^ 


7. Defence of the Duke of Buckingham. Bj the A.uth<Hr of ConBiderationa, &c Lond, 1685 

& The Anti Thelemite. Answers to the Duke of Bucklngham*B Quaeres. ib. 1685 

9. Payne^k (Henry) Persecutor Exposed, &c. Reply to an ill-bred Answer to the Duke of Bucking- 
ham's Paper. ........ t6. 1685 

^Hontroversial Tracts. 9m, ^to, containiug^ 

1. Croftonii (Zech.) AmUepm : &c Consideration of Dr. John Gauden*s Sense and Solution of Solemn 

League and Covenant Atkedii. . . 1661 

2. News from France. Present State of Difference between the French King and Court of Rome, &c. 

ib. 1682 

3. Lane'i! (CoL Edward) Inuge of our Reforming Times, &c. ... ib. 1654 

4. Du Moulin*8 (Dr. ) Account of Advances the Church of England hath made toward Rome, &c. 

ib. 1680 

5. Disputation proving it not convenient to grant unto Ministers Secular Jurisdiction, &c. ib. 1670 

6. Passionate Remonstrance made by his Holinesse, &c. upon the late Proceedings and Covenant in 

Scotland, &c. ....... .EWin. 1641 

7. Relation of the True Funerals of the Marquisse of Montrose, &c. and Sir William Hay of Dalgity, &c. 

wants title. ........ [t%. 1661.] 

Beprintod in Barleian MitedUvny^ toI. tU. ; Sec PoKxrcAL Works, toI. ii. p. IWK 

8. Pacquet of Advice from Rome, Xo. 1. 3d December 1678. . . repr. ib. 1670 

9. Letter from a Catholick Gentleman to his Popish Friends. . . refr. ib. 1678 

1 0. L* Estrange'ft (Sir Roger) Seasonable Memorial, &c. Notes on the Liberties of Press and Pulpit ib. 1 680 

11. Declaration of the Faith and Order, &c in the Congregational Churches in England. . wantit title. 

Miscellaneous Tracts. 1 vol. 4^o. containing^ 

1. Clifford's (Martin) Notes upon Mr. Dryden's Poems. . . Lond. 1(>87 

See Pbosk WonKS, roL L pp. 121-2. 

2. Siort and Impartial View of the Manner and Occasion of the Scots Colony^s coming away from 

Darien, &c. ........ 16Pf' 

3. Scotland's Preecnt Duty, or a Call to the Nobility, &c. for our common Concern in Caledonia, &c 1 700 

4. Last Will and Codicil of Charles II. King of Spain, 2d October 1700 Aom/. 1701 

5. State of the Controversy betwixt united and separate Parliaments. i/>. 1706 

6. The late Lord IWilhaven's memorable Speeches in November 1706. With Preface. ib. 1733 

7. Convention between the Crowns of Great Britain and Spain, 1739 . . ib.llZi) 

8. Some Reflections on His Majesty ''s Proclamation, published 1686-7, for a Toleration in Scotland, &c. 

toants title. 

9. Letter writ by Myn Heir Fagel, &c. with the Prince and Princess of Orange^ Thoughts concerning the 

Repeal of the Test, &c. ...... Xoiu^. 1688 

10. Answer to a Paper entitled, A New Test of the Church of England^ Loyalty. . no title. 

Controversial Tracts. 1 vol. sm. 4to. containing, 

1. Pacquet of Advice from Rome ; or History of Popery. No. 1 to 31, (December 1678, to July 1679) or 

Vol I. Weekly Pacquet of Advice from Rome. No. 1 to 44, (July 1679 to May 1680,) or Vol. II. 

Loud, 1678-80 

2. Pacquet of Advices and Animadversions sent from London to the Men of Shaftesbury, (occasioned by 

Lord Shaftesbury's Letter.) . . . . . ib. 1676 

3. Second Pacquet of Advices and Animadversions. . t7>. 1677 

4. L^ Estrange^s (Sir Roger) Account of the Growth of Knavery, &c. . . ib, 1681 

5. — Citt and Bumpkin: in a Dialogue, &c on matters of Religion and Government ib. 1680 


Study, G. 


Skeltfes 2, 3. 

6. L^Estrange's (Sir R.)Citt and Bumpkin. Portll. Diwouneupoa Swearing and Lying. 2d «/d. Xomc/.! 680 

7. Truth and Honesty in Plain English. . . . . . ib, 1679 

8. Principles on which the Abjuration Oath may be grounded. . ib. 1702 

9. Separation and Sedition Inseparable, whilst Dissenters are permitted to controll, &c ib, 1703 
Miscellaneous Tracts, 1 vol. 4/o. 'containing, 

1. Humble Desires and Propositions for a Safe Peace. . 

2. Declaration of the Conunons of England. . 

3. Fourth Paper presented by Major Butler, &c 

4. Jenkins''s (David) Lex Terras Amgliae^ &c. vanti HUe, 

8«e SoMSRS TiucTBy Tol. r. 

5. Rawley^ (Sir Walter) Prince, or Maxims of State. 

6. BHia Vera^ or the Arraignment of IgnoramMi^ &c. 

7. Bury^s (Jacob) Advice to the Commons, &c 

8. The True Cess, by the exact intrinsick value of all Real Estates rightly stated. 

9. Discourse upon Usury, &c. proving the lawfulness thereof. 

10. Templet (Sir Richard) Essay upon Taxes, calculated for the present juncture. 

11. Briscoe*s (J.) Discourse on the late Funds of the Million Act, &c. 

12. Saunders^s (Tib.) Fortui)atus*s Looking Glass ; or Essay on Lotteries. 

13. Tindal*s {Dt, Matthew) Essay concerning the Law of Nations, &.c. 

14. Johnson*s (Samuel) Essay on Parliaments at a certainty. 

15. Asgill^s (John) Treatise, showing how usefull, &c the inrolling and registering of all conveyances of 

lands may be to the Inhabitants of this Kingdom. . . ib, 1694 

16. Angliae Tutatnen, &c. being an Account of the Banks, Lotteries, Mines, &c and many pemidouB pio- 

jects now on foot ; tending to the destruction of trade and commerce. . . ib, 1695 

17. Solon Secundut ; or Some Defects in the English Laws, with their proper remedies. ib, 1695 

1 8. Defoe's (D.)Poor Man*sPlea,in relation to the Proclamations, &c.for Reformation ofManners, &c. i&.l 698 

19. Considerations on the Choice of a Speaker in the ensuing Session, &c. . . »&. 1698 

20. The Occasional Paper, No. x. on Self Murder, and Verdicts of Non Compoi, ib, 1698 

21. Reply to the Hertford Letter, wherein the case of Mrs. Stout's death is more particularly considered, and 

Mr. Cowper vindicated. . . . . . . ib, \ 699 

22. The Julian and Gregorian Year: or Difference betwixt the Old and New Styles. . ib, 1700 

23. The Free State of the People of Engknd mamtained, &c. . . ' 16.1702 

24. Johnson's (Samuel) Vindication of Magna Charta, &c 2d edit, , . ib, 
Fonner Ages never beard of, and Afler Ages will admire. A Brief Review of the most ma- 
terial Parliamentary Transactions^ beginning Nov. 1640^ and continued to this present 
year, ^to, ......... ti^. 1G54 

Collection of Stall Ballads, Gbristmas Carols^ &c. (between 30 and 40 in number.) 4ft>. 

>&. 1644 

t&. 1648 

ib. 1652 

[ib. 16471 

ib. 1642 
>&. 1682 
ib. 1685 
if*. 1691 
ib. 1692 
ib, 1693 
ib. 1694 
ib. 1699 
ib. 1694 
ib. 1694 


Rollock's (Rev. Robert) Treatise of God's Effectual Calling. Translated out of Latin by H. 

Holland. 4tto. . . . Land, 1603 

Brown's (Rev. John) Quakerisme the Path- Way to Paganism, &c. Examination of the Theses 

and Apologie of Robert Barclay. 4/o. .... Edin. 167S 

Momay's (Philip of, Lord of Plessie Marlie) Tremiesse of Christian Religion. Translated by 

Sir Ph. Sidney and Arthur Golding. B. L, ^to, . Land. 1592 



9. Owen'k (Re?. Jan) Modeiitioii itill a Viitae ; in aniwar to sefaral bitter pamphlela, &e. Lomi. 1704 

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7. Reasons for maintaining the antiquity and necessity of Episcopacie. . 1703 
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answer to an Essay concerning Church GoTemment , ... mo UUe, 

9. Second Edition of the Debate in the Shop about Imparity among Pastors. . Edvu 1703 

10. Caldcr^ (Rev. Robert) Reasons for a Toleration to the Episcopal Cleigy. (12sio.) . A. 1703 

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Karnes's (Henry Home, Lord) G^tleman Farmer. 4M edit, Svo, . Edin. 1788 

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Somerville's (John, Lord) Tracts and Observations relative to Sheep, Wool, Ploughs, and Oxen, 

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Harley's (William) Harleian Dairy System ; and an Account of the various methods of Dairy 

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Napier's (William John, Lord) Treatise on Practical Store Farming, as applicable to the 

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Anderson's (Dr. James) Miscellaneoas Observations on Planting and training Timber Trees, 

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Pontey's (William) Profitable Planter : a Treatise on the Theory and Practice of planting 

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method of giving effect to Wood by the removal of large Trees and Undsrwoodj he. 8«o. 

Edin. 1828 

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See Reviev tfikit m Prou Worcs, toL zxi. p. 77. 


Speechly's (William) Treatise on the Colture of the Pine-Apple, and the maoageinent of the 
Hot-House. 8tH). ....... York, 1779 

Agricultural Tracts, &c. 1 vol. 8oo. containing, 

1 . De Sali8*8 (Count) Ck>ii8ideiation8 on the propriety of a general Draining BUI, Ac and fmt a Commu- 

tation of Tithes for Ireland. ....... 1815 

2. Coventry's (Profenor Andrew) Notes on the Culture and Cropping of Arable Land. Editu 1812 

3. Report of Committee of Lanarkshire CommiasionerB of Supply, on the procedure for atrikiqg the Flar^- 

of Grain for 1816. ...... d. 1817 

4. Account of the Improvements on the Sutherland Estate. Lomi. 1815 

5. Ainslie's (Robert) Practical Observations on Com and Money, &c. Edm» 1826 

Bodnall's (Richard) Letter on the present Commercial and Agricultural Condition of Great 
Britain. 8ro. ....... Liverpool, 1830 

White's (Rev. Gilbert) Natural History of Selbome, &c. With additions by Sir William 
Jardinc. l2nio. ....... Edin, 1830 

Gclieu's (Jonas de) Bee Preserver ; or Practical Directions for the management and preserva- 
tion of Hives. From the French, em, Bvo. . t6. 1829 

Morison's (Dr. John) Medicine no Mystery : a brief Outline of the Principles of Medical Sci- 
ence, &c. cr. Boo. ....... Lond, 1829 

Kitchiner's (Dr. W.) Art of invigorating and prolonging Life, &c. and Peptic Precepts. 4tk edit. 
129110. ......... %b, 1822 

Paul's (Sir Geo. Bart.) Considerations on the defects of Prisons, and their present 83rstem of 

regulation, &c. . . . • . . . , ib. 1784 

See Life, voL ii. pp. 315-16, 31d-20. 

Fifth Report of Conmiittee of Society for the Improvement of Prison Discipline. 8eo. id. 1 823 

Rules of the Thistle Golf-Club. With some Historical Notices of the progress of the game of 
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dictions in 1 748. 2 vols, royal 8oo. . . . . • Uh 1827 

Wilson's (John, of Thomly,) Political State of Scotland, &c. royal 8oo. Lond. 1831 

Balfour's (Sir James) Historical Works. Published from the original MSS. in the Adyocates' 
Library, by James Haig. •!• vols. 8ro. . . . Edin, 1824 

M'Crie's (Rev.^Dr. Thomas) Life of Andrew Melville ; containing Illustrations of tlie Literary 
and Ecclesiastical Histor}- of Scotland during the 16t}i and 17th centuries. 2d edit. S vols. 
Svo, • . t3. 1824 

Memoirs of Mr. William Veitch, and George Brysson, &c. with other narrativea iUustra- 

tive of Scottish History, from the Restoration to the Revolution. 2d edit. Bvo. ib. 1825 

Bower's (Alexander) History of the University of Edinburgh. 3 vols. Svo. . t5. 1817 

Faden's Map of Scotland, on canvass, in case, 




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of Ireland. Translated from the Latin, &c. hy Edmund L. Swift, Esq. royal Svo. Dub, 1 809 

Pamphlets respecting G. R. Fitz-Gerald. Svo. containing, 

1 . Fitz-Gerald*s (George Robert) Appeal to the Jocky Club, &c. Lomd. 1775 

2. Walker's (Thomas) Answer to Mr. Fitz-Gerald'i! Appeal, &c. . t&. 1775 

3. Case of G. R. FiU-Gerald, Esq. impartially considered, &c. With Letter from T. Brecknock, Esq. 

written a few weeks before his own and Fitz-Gerald^ execution. 2d edit. . •&. 1786 


Study. K. 



Smedley's (Dean) GuBiveriana ; or a Fourth Volume of MiacellaDies, being a Sequel of thi 
three Volumes published by Pope and Swift; to which is added Alexanderiana, &c- 

See Vbose Works, vol. iL pp. 832-3. 

Tale of a Tub Reversed, &c. With a Character of the Author. 8vo. . . il^. 170! 

Second Tale of a Tub ; or History of Robert Powel, the Puppet-Show-Man. Svo ib. 1715 

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Bottomless Pit — Part 2. John Bull in his Senses. — Part 3. John Bull still in his Senses. — 
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Inn. — Part G. Complete Key, and St Alban's Ohost \2mo. . . ib. 1712 

Irish Miscellanies. 1 vol. l2mo. containing, 

1. Pope> Horace's Second Epistle of Book II. imitated. 

2. Modest Inquiry, addressed to the Bishop of Cloyne. 

3. Letter of Serious Advice to a young Poet 

4. Fordyce's (Dr.) Art of Preaching, in imitation of Horace. 

5. Epithalamium on Marriage of B. Rochfort, Esq. By U. G. 

6. Sober Advice from Horace to the young Gentlemen about town, &c. 

7. Devil upon Two Sticks. — Hue and Cry after Drapier^s Club. 

8. Wilkes'ft Pindaric Ode on the Birth of a Princess. 

9. Libel upon the Dublin Dunces. Epistle to Mr. W. Dunkin. 

10. Case truly stated between Swift and Bettesworth. 

11. The Satirist, in imitation of Horaceli 4th Satire, Book 1. 

12. Pope's Epistle on the Characters of Woman. 

13. Dryden^ Absalom and Achitophel, with Explanatory Key. 

14. Proposals for raising a Standing Army of Wax. 

15. Art of Wenching, a Poem. .... 

16. Flowers of Parnassus, or LadyS Miscellany. 

Gordon, (Thomas) and Trenchard's (John) Gate's Political Letters. With IVeface. Sdedit. 

Svo. ........ Lond. 1722 

Gollection of Choice, Scarce, and Valuable Tracts, taken from MSS. and Printed Books. 

(16 Pieces, with a List of Contents facing the Title-page. — A republication of "The 

Phenix, Sic." 1707> with the addition of King James's Book of Sports.) Svo. ib. 172r 
Young's (Richard, of Roxwel, Essex,) Prevention of Poverty, together with the Core of 

Melancholy, &c. and Ten other Tracts, by him, with quaint Titles, sm. Stfo. ib. 1653-^ 
Poetical Pieces. 1 vol. Svo. containing, 

1. Dryden^ Absalom and AchitopheL . 

2. Lucretius, a Poem against the Fear of Death. 

3. Yalden^s (Dr.) Temple of Fame, a Poem. 

4. Cobb^s (Samuel) Female Reign, an Ode. 

5. Mulgrave^s (Earl of) Essay on Poetry. 

6. Stote^s ( ,) (or Shippen^) Faction Displayed, a Poem. 

7. — ... Moderation Displayed, a Poem. 


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8. Diydea^ Eleonom, Panegyric on Coiinte« of Abingdon. . 

9. Waller*k Panegyriek on Cromwell, &c. 

10. Sprat's (Bishop) Plague of Athens, versified from Thucydides. 

11. Roscomon'k (Earl of) Essay on Translated Verse. 

12. Horace'fe Art of Poetry. 

13. Denham^ (Sir John) Cooper> Hill. . 

14. Normanby*8 (Marquis of) Temple of Death, from the French. 

15. ZOIPOZnPOrPAUA, sire Hoglandiae Descriptio. 

(See p. 61.) 

16. Love given over. Satyr against Woman Sylvia's Revenge, Satyr against Man. 

17. Hill, (T.) Nundinae Sturforigienses. ..... 

18. Swift's Baucis and Philemon, &c. ..... 

19. Philips's (Ambrose) Pastorals. ..... 

20. Addison's (Joseph) Campaign, a Poem. .... 

Burnefs (Bishop)" Account of the Behaviour of the Bishops, &c. in April 1688. 
from his History.) Svo. ...... 

Like to Like, &c. in the History of Will Squelsh and Harry Halter, sm. Svo. 
Miscellanies. 1 vol. sm. Svo. containing, 

1. Crispin the Cobler'k Confutation of Ben Hoadly. 2d edit. 

2. Wag8tafre'^(W.) Representation, and Second Representation of the Loyal Subjects of Albinia. ib. 1712 

3. —Testimonies of Citizens of Fickleborough, concerning the Life and Character of R. Hush, &c. t6. 1 7 1 3 

4. Punch tum'd Critick : Letter to the Hon. Rector of Covent Garden, (Rev. R. Lumlcy Lloyd.) t&. 1712 

5. On the Death of Mr. Edm. Smith, in Miltonic Verse. 

6. Oliver's Pocket Looking-Gkss, &c. Sd edit. 

7. Parliament of Birds, a Poem. .... 
Pamphlets. 1 toI. l2mo. 

1. Poem upon the Tragedy of Thorn. 

2. Wonderful Prophecy of one called Nixon, &c. 

3. Pope*s Universal Passion, Satires 1, 2, 3. 

4. Rules and Regulations for Merchants* Maiden Hospital, 1695, &c. 

5. Queen^ Pious Proclamation, fbr Encouragement of Piety and Virtue, &c. 

6. Properties of a Good Horse, (by W. 6.) 

7. Account of Ginglicutt^ Treatise on the Scolding of the Ancients. 

8. Difference between English Liturgy and Scottish Liturgy of 1637. 

9. Belhaven*k Vision, &c .... 

10. Pomfiret^ (Rev. Mr.) Choice, a PoeoL 

11. Monroes (Rev. Dr. Alexander) Short Account of the Reformation. 

12. Jonstoni (Arth.) Cantici Salomonis Paraphrasis Poetica. ed. alt. 

13. Daedalus His Advice to the Lemnian Ministry, a Novel. 

14. Joitini (Joannis) Lubub Poetici. edit, 2da. 

15. Phcthon : or First Fable of 2d Book of Ovid*s Metamorphoses Burlesqued. 





































State Tracts. 6 vols. Svo. containing, 

VoL L 1. Thoughts of an Honest Tory. 

8m Soxsas TaACTB, vol. zU. p. 078. 


•6. 1710 


Study. K. 


2, 8, 4, 5. Faulto on Both Sidet, &.e. 2 paita, with Supplement and VJndkttion. 

See SoMsmit Tracts, toL ztf. p. 078, 708 ; tad tol. siiL p. ft. 

6. Most Faults on One Side, (answer to the preceding.) 

7. Faults in the Fault-Finder : or Specimen of Elrron, &c. 

8. Answer to F. on B. S. relating to the English Army in Spain. 
.% 10. Defoe^s (Daniel) Secret History of the White Staff. 2 parts. (Part 1, 4a«M.) 

1 1 . Considerations on Secssft History of White Staff. 6^ edit. 

12. History of the Mitre and Purse. Uttdii, 

13. Considerations on History of Mitre and Purw. 
14, 15. Detection of Sophistries and Falsities of History of White Staff. 2 pait& 

Vol. II. 16. Impartial Secret History of Arlus, Fortunatus, and Odolphus. 

17. Secret History of Arlus and Odolphus. 

18. Defoe^ (Dan.) Eleven Opinions about Mr. Harley,&c. 

1 9. Account of Conduct of Robert, Earl of Oxford. 

20. Method of Proceedings, &c. in Impeachments. 

21 . Bumett^s (Thomas) Necessity of Impeaching the late Ministry. 

22. Letter to a Merry Young Gentleman, entitled Thomas Burnett, Esq. 

23. Dennis's (John) Julius Cssar acquitted, &c. . 

24. Brutus and Cassius ; or Some Observations, &c 
2.5. Vindication of the Honour, &c of his Majesty's Government. 

26. Letter to a Friend at the Hague on the danger of Europe, &c 

27. King of France'b Declaration of War against Spain. 2J edit, 
III. 28. Letters 1 and 2 to a Tory Member, on the Management of the War. 2d edit, 

29. 8 and 4 to a Tory Member on the Kegociations for Peace, 1709. 

30. Swift's Conduct of the Allies and of the late Ministry, &c 5M edU, 

31. The Allies and the late Ministry Defended. In 4 parts. 

32. Full Answer to the Conduct of the Allies. 

See SoMXBS Tracts. toI. xiii. p. 840. 

33. Swift's Remarks on the Barrier Treaty. 

34. Remarks upon Remarks ; or Barrier Treaty Vindicated. 
S/). Treaty between her Majesty and the States GeneraL 

36. The Dutch Barrier ours, or. Interests of England and Holland inseparable. 

37. Renuirks on the Letters between Lord Townsend and Secretary Boyle. 
IV. 38. Necessity of Peace and Union among Members of Church of England. 

39. Memoirs of her late Majesty and her last Ministry. 

40. Natural Reflections on the Debates about Peace or War. 

41. Short State of the War and the Peace. 

42. Case of the Catalans Considered. .... 

43. Observations on the State of the Nation, January, 1712.1 8. 

44. Vindication of the Earl of Nottingham. 
4.5. Remarks upon Observations, &c. (No. 43.) . 

46. Short History of the Parliament .... 

47. Neck or Nothing ; Supplement to the Short History, &c. 

48. Collection of all her Majesty's Speeches, &c. to June 21, 1712. 
V. 49. Swift's (or Dr. Wagstafie's) Character of Richard Steele, Esq. By Toby. 

50. Letter to Richard Steele, Esq. . . . ' 

51. Case of the Present Convocation. Answer to Examiner. 



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Shelf 4^. 

12. Good News from the North, &c. ; Sermon at Invemen, October 1714. 

13. Robiii8on*8 (Benj.) Sermon on Chriftmas Day. . » 

1 4. €k>och*8 (Rev. Dr. Tliomas) Sermon on AnniverBary of King Charlee*8 Martyrdom. 

15. Parliament of Birds, (a Poem.) .... 

Pamphlets. 1 vol. 8ro. containing, 

1. The Nation Vindicated from the Aspersions of a late Pamphlet 2 parts. 

2. Norwich *s (Charles, Bishop of) Sermon on Anniversary of King Charleses Martyrdom 

3. Speech for Mr. Dundasse, Younger of Amiston, &c. 

4. The Re-representation ; or a Modest Search after the Great Plunderers, &c. 

5. The Duke of Marlborough*s Vindication. .... 

6. The Taxes not grievous, &c. ..... 

7. Repoit of the Commissioners for examining Public Accounts, &c. 
B. Debate between the Lords and Commons, in 1688, on the word Altdicaied. Id edit. 
^. Reasons for putting a speedy end to this expensive War. 

10. Swifl^s New Journey to Paris, by the Sieur de Baudrier, &c. 

Political Tracts. I vol. sm, 8oo. containing, 

I . Proceedings of the Lords on the Bill for preventing occasional Conformity. 
*J. Dr. Pateridge's Answer to Squire Bickerstaffe^s Strange Predictions, &c. 

3. Swift's Squire BickeistafTe's Reply to Dr. Patridge^s pretended Answer. . 

See Pbosb Wobkb, toL iL pp. 93-0. 

4. Universal Loyalty ; or Exposition of Principles and Practices of the English Cleigy 

5. Examination of Third and Fourth Letters to a Tory Member. 

(See No. S9, Tracts, toI. iU. p. 3(«.) 

6. Swift's Bickervtaffe's Predictions for the year 1712, &c. 

7. Secret History of the Gkertruydenbeigh Negociation. 

8. Articles of Peace concluded at Utrecht, 3l8t March, 1713. 
f). Treaty of Peace, &c. with King of Spain, July 12-13, 1713. 

10. Short History of the Parliament .... 

1 1. Swift's Importance of the Guardian considered. By a Friend of Mr. Steele. 

1 2. Hannibal not at our Gates, &c ..... 

13. Short State of the War and the Peace. .... 

14. Reasons offered by the late Ministry in defence of their Administration. 

Political Tracts. 1 vol. sm. ^vo. containing, 

1. Tokmd'b (John) Art of Restoring *, or Piety and Probity of General Monk, &c. 

2. Defoe's (Daniel) Secret History of the White Staff. . 

3. Hannibal not at our Gates, &c ..... 

4. Swift's Short Character of Thomas, Earl of Wharton, &c. . 

5. Justice done to the late Ministry, &c .... 

6. Answer to a Pamphlet entitled An Argument, &c 

7. An Argument to prove the Affections of the people of England the best security, &c 

8. Reasons for dissolving the Union between England and Scotland. 

9. Mar^b (Earl of) Letter to the King ; with Remarks by Steele. . 
10. Defoe's Accoimt of the Two Nights' Court at Greenwich. 

Political Tracts. 1 vol. «m. 8po. containing, 

1. The Muse's Fountain Clear : a dutiful Oxonian'k Defence of his Mother'^ Loyalty, &c. 

2. Snape's (Rev. Dr. A.) Letter to the Bishop of Bangor. Qih edit, 



Lomi. 1707 

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Lomd. 1711.12 
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Edin. 1711 
Land. 1711 
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ib, 1702 
A, 1708 
A. 1708 

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A. 1712 
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3. Letter to Dr. Snape on hii Letter to the Bishop of Bangor. Zd edit. 

4. — on his Sermon before the House of Commons. 

5. Lewis^ (Thomas) Danger of the Church Establishment from the Dissenters. 

6. Tumer'a (Bishop) Vindication of Archbishop Bancroft, &c. 

7. Joseph and Benjamin ; or Little Demetrius toss'd in a blanket. 
A. Presbyterian getting on Horseback ; or DisKnters run Mad, &c. 
9. Rome or Genera ; the True Church of Ehigland without either. 

Land. 1717 
a, 1717 
&, 1718 
•ft. 1717 
A. 1717 
A. 1717 
•6. 1717 

10. British Wonders ; Poetical Description of the seTeral prodigies, &c since the death of Q. Anne. ift. 1717 

11. The Gk>ttenbuigh Frolick ; or Swedish Invasion burlesquM. . &&. 1717 

12. Allibond^s (Rev. Dr. John) Seasonable Sketch of an Oxford Reformation. Written originally in Latin, 

and now reprinted with an English Version, &c. (by Ed. Ward.) tft. 1717 

See SoMsms Tbactb, toI. r. 

Poetical and other Tracts. 1 vol. sm. Bco. containing, 

1. Letter, &c. containing Proposal for bringing in Bill to revise. Sec the Ten Commandments. 

2. Swift^s Cadenus and Vanessa, a Poem. 

3. Horace^s First Satire of 2d Book imitated, &a 

4. Verses addressed to the Imitator of the First Satire, &c. 

5. Men and Manners characterised from Horace, ice. 

6. Horace^ Instructions to the Roman Senate, &c. Two Odes. 

7. Glover^ (Richard) London, a Poem. 2d edit, 

8. State of Rome under Nero and Domitian, a Satire. . 

9. Toasts of the Patriots* Club at London. 
10. The Man of Taste, &c By the author of Art of Politicks. 
U. Dialogue, &c between the Knight and his man John. 

12. Someryille'ft (William) Hobbinol ; or the Rural Games. M edit. 

13. Crozall^s (Rev. Dr. S.) Royal Sin ; or Adultery rebuk'd in a Great King, 

Martini ..... 

14. The Ass-lElace ; or Secret History of Archy Armstrong. 

15. Mock Campaign ; or English Bravery, a Poem. 

16. Fielding'b (H.) Epistle to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Walpole. 

See Probb Works, toI. iiL p. 80. 

17. On Verbal Criticism : Epistle to Mr. Pope. 
Biographical Tracts. 1 thick vol. Svo. containing, 

1. Comwallis*s (Sir C.) Account of Baptism, Life, &c. of Fred. Henry, Prince of Wales. 

See SoMKM Tbacts, toI. ii. 

2. Memoirs of Public Transactions, &c. in Ministry of Duke of Shrewsbury. 

3. Brief Character, &c. of Dr. Ed. Grindal, Archbishop of Canterbury. 

4. Account of Life and Writings of Dr. T. Sprat, Bishop of Rochester. 

5. Voltaire*s History of Frederick, King of Sweden. Translated by Andrew 

6. Adventures of Captain De la Fontaine, &c. prisoner in Newgate. 

7. Toland^s (John) Funeral Elegy, &c. of Princess Sophia. 

8. Spenoe'fe (Rev. Mr.) Life, Character, &c of Mr. Bladdock. 

9. Memoirs of the JASd of Sir Stephen Fox. 

10. Authentic and Faithful History of that arch Pynte, Tulagee Angria. 

11. Trial of J. P. Zenger of New York for a LibeL 

12. History of the Marchioness of Brinvilliers, (the poisoner.) 

13. Memoirs of William Parsons, Esq. (executed for robbery, 1766.) 


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A, 1733 
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ib. 1739 

ib. 1733 


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Secret Tribunal. (From Scott. AnttquarkM Trans,) . Edm. 

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{From <io.) ....... Ut. 1828 

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10. Account of the Ditcoveryof St, CuthberVs Body at Durham, by the Rev, J. Rcdm, MS. 

See PoKTicAL Works, toI. tU. p. 106. 

11. Charter, Constitution, Bye-Laws, and First Annual Report of the Royal Societj of LHeratun. 


12. Bell, (Sir Charles) Of the Nerves which associate the Muscles of the Chest with the Actioiii of 

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13. Hall, (Sir James) On the Consolidation of the Strata of the Earth. . Edm. 1825 

14. Le Prevost, (Aug.) Notice sur la Chasse de Saint Taurin d* Evieux. Cbsa, 1829 

15. Sellon, (M. de) Lettre, et Extrait d' un Discours, en faveur de 1* abolition de la peine de Mort. 



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drawn and etciked 6g himself, vnih DeBCtiptioTiB. rogcU Svo, Edin, IS29, &c. 

See PoincAL Works, vol. yiL p. 177. 

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Biographical Illustrations, regal 8oo. .... Lond, 1 824-26 

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2. The Worme of Lambton. Dedicated to Lord Durham. Ditto. no plaee or date. 

3. Fit^geiald'k (W. T.) Nelson'k Tomb, a Poem. .... Loud. 1805 

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See Liwm, toL t. p. 299. 

5. {rroAoia^f {Rev. John) AfiteeUaneomi Pooms. Li^brd^ trtuucribed by James M^Culhgh, aged 14 years. 

iffo. ......... 1821. 

6. Song for Oliver Goldnnith*! Birth-daj, Nov. 29, 1820, on a card. . ib. 1820 

7. Klng'k Welcome to Ireland. ..... t6. 1821 

8. Burke's (Geoige) Prise Ode on Kii^'B Viut to Ireland. Dub, 1821 

9. BoabdiL Written in 1819, when the Autior. was only 17. MS. 

10. BooihbyU {Sir B.) Sorrows sacred to tke Memory of Penelope. MS. transcript by E. C. Edin. Aprils 1 800 

11. TV Vampire Bride^ Ballad. Utiog. transenpt. 

12. Cftarmtoff, a 7Vi2a, M 2 Omlof. Ode on Oe Death of Odin. MS. 

IS. Dtnexne {Jules) EjAtre a Walter Soott. MS. NouvelU Orlians, 1816. 

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8. -*— di Carlo Bainone. ...... Neap. 1779 

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5. I— » di Pietro Mandno, Capo di Banditi. ... ib. 
6 di Antonio di Santo. 

7. — — di Marzia Baale. 

8. della Begina Stella, e Mattabruna. ... Ne^p. 1801 

9. Cansonetta, Lode a Dio ed al Sommo Pontefice Romano. 

10. — — . topia la Madonna. 

11. —.. in Lode del glorioso S. Filippo XerL 

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(». Delli Spicciarielli, &c. 

7. di Bartolomeo Romano. 

8. di un Case succewo in Valenxa, lac. 

9. di Pascale Riccio di Lauro. 

10. 0|)era piacevolc, 6ic. di un Villano lavoratorc nominate (irillo, il quale voUe diventar Medico, in ott. 

rioia. ....... Tm/i, 

1 1. Istoria del Guerino detto il Mcschino. 

12. di Agostino Avossa, &c. 

13. di Marietta Cortigiana. ..... Lmrtr^ 

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Hamburg, 1821-1825 

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Lond. 1822 

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Schrevelii (Com.) Lexicon Manuale Graeco Latinum, curis Hill et Entick. 8m. ib, 1774 



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Umd. 1828 

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i&. 1810 

Edm. 1818 

Fred. 1828 


Cbpar, 1831 

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J 0. Trial of Henderson for Murder of Mr. Millie. 2d edit. 

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JStfw. 1828 

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Various Poetical Pieces^ &c. sm. Svo. containiDgj 

1. Lovelace's (R.) Lucasta. Posthum. Poems. With Pre&ce by a W. Singer, new edU, Chineidk^ 1818 

2. Cunningham^! (Allan) Magic Bridle, a Rhime Legend. 

3. Brown's (James) Poems on Military Battles, Naval Victories, &cl Aikedit. 

4. £rskine*s (Captain David) Airyformia, or Ghosts of Great Note. 
B, l^QmXworih^ a Sixpenny Chap4H)oky%ciik Colourtd Print, 

6. Astriel, a Poem. ...... 

7. Grant's (Jos.) Kincardineshire Traditions. .... 

8. Frazer's (William) Poems. ..... 

9. Williams's (T. M.) Traveller, a Poem. Dedicated to Sir W. Scott. 

Religious and Moral Tracts. 1 2mo, containing, 

1. Berens'B (Rev. Edw.) Christmas Stories. .... 

2. Conflict in Conscience of a Deare Christian, named Bessie Claricsone, in the parish of Lanark. Edim. 

1631. ...... repr.hyWebtter^Edim.\92^ 

no title or date. 
NewauUe^ 1820 
JTe/so, 1825 

t6. 1830 

Aberdeen^ 1830 

Gkugow^ 1823 

Lomd. no dvUc. 

(kfardj 1823 

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2. Treatise on the Currency. 

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4. Remarks on Modem Theories respecting Rents and Prices. 

5. No Trust, no Trade ; Remarks on the nature of Money. 

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6. Southey's (Robert) Letter on the Life of Wesley. (From The Correspondent) 

7. Fox's (Thomas) Letter on removing the Courts of Quarter-Session to Dorchester. 

8. Them's (Rev. James) Sermon on the Death of the Duke of York. 

9. Grand Vizier Unmasked. Remarks on Mr. Canning'^ Claims. 



Ltmd. 1829 

Dmb. 1825 

ib. 1825 

Edim. 1821 
•(. 1828 
ib. 1826 
ib. 1827 

Lond. 1826 
ib. 1831 

Edim. 1820 
ib. 1830 

Lomd. 1821 
A. 1823 
•6. 1823 
ib. 1823 
ib. 1824 


Lomd. 1827 


10. Key to '' AlmackV* from Litemiy Gasette. .... Lfmd. 1827 

1 1. Potter's (Rev. J. P.) Letter on the Popular Systems of Education. . ih, 182R 

12. Byron's (Lady) Remarks on Moore'b Notices of Lord Byron's Life. ib. 1830 

Historical and Political Tracts. 8ro. containing^ 

1. Lingard's (Rev. Dr. J.) Vindication of his History of Elngland, vols. 4 and 5. . ib, 182() 

2. Detection of Hugh Campbell's Love Letters of Queen Mary. . . «&. 1825 

3. Markland's (J. H.) Letter to Lord Aberdeen, on establishing a Museum of Antiquities. ib, 1828 

4. Sykes'^ (John) Account of the Rebellions in 1715.16, 1745.6, &c. Newcastle^ 1831 
A. .1^-. Last Moments of King Qeorge IV. &c. . . , , ib, 1830 

6. Wilson's (Sir R.) Sketch of Military and Political Power of Russia in 1817. 2d edit. Loud, 1817 

7. Noehden'8(Dr.G.H.)Letteron the German Pob'tical Secret Societies. (From the Correspondent.) i6.1817 

8. Savary's Duke of Rovigo) Vindication of his Political Conduct (From the Pamphleteer.) ib, 1817 

9. Letter on the Nepaul War. . . . . 1817 
1 0. Narratives of Aggressions of N. W. Company against Lord Selkirk's Settlements on Red River, ib, 1819 

11. Mr. Canning's Speeches on the Afiairs of Portugal. 2d edit, 

12. Mollcson'b (Alexander) Prospectus of History of Alexander the Great 

Poetical Pieces. 1 vol. Svo, containing^ 

1. Picken's (Ebeneser) Fate, a Poem. .... 

2. FUxgerahVs ( W, T.) Tribute to Memory of WiUiam Pitt, MS, 

3. _ Tyrant's Down&ll, Xapoleonics, &c 

4. Wiffen's (J. H.) Specimen of Translation of Tasso. (See p. 322.) 

5. The Coronation, a Poem, in Six Cantos. 

6. Hunter'to (Samuel, Water of Leith,) Prophecy of the World. 

7. Mackenzie'^ (Henry) Gowk Club. .... 

8. Luscombe's (M. H.) Pleasures of Society. 

9. Hope's (J. T.) Arch of Titus, Newdigate Prize Poem. 

10. Psychae. Haynes Bayley's Songs on Butterflies, attempted in Latin Rhyme, by Rev. Archdeacon 

ib, 1826 

Pavdey, 1788 


Loiid. 1814 

AiM, 1821 

ib, 1822 

Lund. 1824 

Ojford, 1824 

Malton, 1882 

Loud, 1828 

ib. 1828 

Wrangham. Pricatdy Printed, .... 

11. Specimen of Translation of Voltaire's Henriade. 

12. Maude's (Thomas) Memorial ; with Lines on Canning^ Death. 

13. Martin's (William) New Philosophical Song, or Poem Book, called the Northumberland Bard. 

NeweatHe^ 1827 

14. La Belle Assembly or Tinmouth Bathers, a Poem. repr, Newcastle^ Syketj 1828 

15. The Reever'to Penance, ane Ballad of the Bishopprickc. By R. Surtees, Esq. B. L, 

16. The Bleeding Hand of Kelbum, a Ballad, with Introduction. 

17. Fitzgerald's (W. T.) BatUe of Waterloo. 2d edit, 

18. Stanzas to the Memory of Lord Byron. 

20. Jackson'to (S. R.) Tribute in Verse to George Canning. 
Pamphlets on Ireland. 1 yol. 800. containing, 

1. State of the Poor in Ireland, &c .... 

2. Archbishop of Cashel'to Charge to the Clergy of his Diocese 

3. Review of the Evidence taken before the Irish Committees. 

4. Archbishop of Dublin's Eyidence before the House of Lords. 

5. Grierson's (George) Circumstances of Ireland with regard to Poor Laws. 

6. Clear's (W.) Address to Cork Literary Society. 

7. Mason's (W. Shaw) Reliqume Statisticae de Hibemia. 


Umd, 1817 
ib. 1825 
ib. 1825 
ih, 1828 

OiWoto, 1820 

DMiny 1822 

ih, 1825 

t6. 1825 

L(mi, 1830 


DMiMy 1819 


8. Graham*! (Rev. John) Statistical Account of Parish of ShrueL 

DubUm^ 1819 

^. 1823 

ib. 1825 

t6. 1825 

Co/*, 1819 

9. Report on the Agricultural School of Bannow. 

10. Grif!ith*8 (Richard) Report on the Moving Bog of Kilmaleady. 

1 1. Hart^B (John) Description of Skeleton of Fossil Deer of Ireland. 

12. Considerations on the Utility of tlie Casts presented to Cork Society 
Pamphlets on Parliamentary Reform. 1 vol. 8eK>. containing, 

1. Plan of a Reform in the H. of C. adopted by the Fiiends of the People in 1795, reprinted, with Intro- 

duction by Sir Philip Francis. ..... Land. 1817 

2. Symmons^s (John) Reform without Innovation. . . . t&. 1817 

3. Letter on Parliamentary Reform, (from The Correspondent.) . . i6. 1817 

4. Mundell's (Alexander) Considerations on the Elective Franchise in the Counties in Scotland, i^. 1821 

5. Inglis's (Sir R. H.) Speech on the Reform Bill, 1st March. , ib, 1831 

6. Mahon's (Lord Viscount) Speech on do., March 22. . . i&. 1831 

7. Views of a Modification of the Reform Bill, March. . tft. 1831 

8. Palgrave^s (Francis) Letter to T. Spring Rice, on the means of reconciling Parliamentary Reform, &c. 

ib. 1831 

9. Letter to Sir Robert Peel on the Reform Question, by a Country Clcrg]rman. . t&. 1831 

10. Walshes (Sir John) Popular Opinions on Parliamcnttiry Reform considered. 2d edit, ib. 1831 

11. Scott*s (William, jun. of Harden) View of the Representation of Scotland. ib, 1831 

12. Dissection of the Scottish Reform Bill, by a Member of the Middle Temple. ib, 1831 

13. The Reform Deformed, or the Fate of his Majesty *s Good Ship the State, a Tragedy, in 3 acts, by 

Lord J. R l,&c (Seep. 322.) . . t&. 1831 

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3. Letters from Godfrey Sykes and Charles Bremner, Esq. to James Sedgwick, E^. . tit. 1827 

4. Memoirs and Trial of Charles Campbell, prisoner in Glasgow JaiL Glatff. 1 828 

5. Stone Vi (lliomas) Observations on the Phrenological Developement of Burke, Hare, 6lc, Edin, 1829 

6. _ Rejoinder to George Combers Answer. . . . . t&. 1829 

7. Memorial of Mr. Gillespie, Officer of Excise, Aberdeen. 

8. Brown^s (Rev. Andrew) Life and Character of Professor Christison. Edin, 1820 

9. Biographical Sketch of J. A. Schetky. ..... t6. 1825 

10. Tennant (William) and HQgg*s (James) Remarks on the Psalms of David and their various versions. 

ib. 1830 

11. Contract of Copartnership of Scottisli Union Insurance Company. . ib, 1825 

12. Rules of the Thistle Golf Club. (See p. 300.) .... t&. 1824 

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Destruction of the Brunswick Theatre. .... t&. 1828 

4. Montague^! (H. W.) Montmorency, a Tragic-Drama, &c. (See p. 322.) U^. 1828 

5. Woman's Love, or Triumph of Patience, a Drama. (See p. 158.) . A. 1830 

6. Letter on the present State of the Drama in England, (from The Correspondent.) t&. 1817 
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1. Comtesse d* Hautpoul, Po^es Di verses. .... Par. 1824 



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3. Declaration of the Catholic Bi8hop^ &c (See p. 294.) 

4. Anichini'to Analytical View of the Catholic ReUgion. (See p. 294.) 

5. Inglis's (Sir Robert) Two Speeches. (See p. 294.) 

6. Gisbome's (Thomas, jun.) Letter to the Rev. Dr. Henry Phillpotts on his Two Letters to Mr. Canning. 

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in 2. 8ro. . . . . . . . Genhfe, \Q\^ 

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(Omitted p. 166.) 

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(Omitted p. 216.) 

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D.D. sm./ol. . . . . . . . . ib. 1G48 

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Page 36. 1. 27. deU Les Cases^s Letters, being repeated p. 319. 
Page 40. L 14. dels Vidocq, Memoirs, repeated p. 328. 
Page 66. Sermons and Tracts, No. 9. /or A. Monro, read Alex. Rosse. 
Pago 139. Miscellaneous Tracts, No. 5. /or Sir Jn. Hill, read Coventry, (Rev. F.) 
Page 219. Twenty Old Plays, the Authorship of Na 13. (by W. Chamberlain,) applies to Na 12. 
Page 25,5. 1. 4. /or Skinner^ read ShererV. 

Page 386. Tracts, &c. No. 6./or Coventry's (Sir W.) read Halifia'fc (Charles, Marq. ot) 



In this Index, as weU as in the body of the Catalogue, aU the Manuscript artieks aire printed 
in Italics. The initial letters and numbers within parentheses which /oOcw the tides of 
certain Works, refer to the volumes of Tracts and Collections in which these works are included. 



Aikin'h (Dt. John) Vocal Poetiy. . 

— Easays on Song-writing, Slc 

— -. (Lucy) Memoirs of James I. . 254 

Ailredus, Abbas Rievallensia. (Twysd.) 27 

Aimtf^ History of Revolution of I8th Fmctidor. 318 

AinsUe's Maps of Scotland. . 260 

(Rob.) Obs. on Com and Moiwy. (A. T. 5.) 300 

Father's Second Pxwent . 170 

Reasons for the Hope that is in M. 341 

(Dr. W.) Clemenxa, Tragic Dimm. . 222 

Ainsworth*8 (R.) Latin and Eng. Dictionary, &c 267 

Airdrie Fair. See Young. 

Aitkeo, (John) The Cabinet 334 

(Robert) Principal BaUlie'k Letters. . 5 

(Rev. W.) Ten Sermons, (a 1.) . 293 

Aiton's ( W.) Battles of Drumdog and Bothwell. 79 
Ajax, Metamorphosis ot See Harington. 
Akensida's (Dr. Mark) Poems. (£. P.) 42 

Alamanni, (L.^ La Coltivadona. (P. L 23.) 55 

Girone il Cortese. . . 116 

Alani (de Insulis) Comment in Merlini Vaticinia. 142 
Albania, a Poem. . . 13. (S. D. P.) 162 

Albertus Magnus de Secretis Mulierum. 109. 115 

Albert le Grand, Secrets les plus curieux. (F. F. 6.) 117 
Albert Henry, (Prince, of Brunswick,) Life ct 91 

Albigenses and Waldenses, Account o£ (T. 9.) 224 
Albion Princess. See Cohill. 

Albion's FarawelL (P. T. 5.) . 18 

Albuera, Battle ot, a Poem. See Cioker. 
Alchemic, Le Tezte d\ et Songe Vezd. 144 

Aldati (And.) Emblemata. . 109 

Alcimedon, Voyage d\ (V. I.) . 45 

Alcuinus Flaccus, (G. et F.) 27 

Alderson'S (Dr. J.) Essay on Rhus Toz. &c T. 5. 345 

(Dr. Jas.) Lecture at Hull Infirmary. (T. 6.) 345 

Aldi Institutiones Grammaticae. 274 

Aleman'b Guzman d' Alfiuache. . . 101. 138 

Alexander ab Alex. Geniales Dies. (V. C. 6.) 225. 227 

175 I AlgierhBombaidmentoi;andoth«rPoaDS.(P.P.4.)168 
Alison's (Rev. A.) Memoir of LonlWoodhouselae. 38 

Alexander^ (Alex.) Life, by himself. 
Alexander the Great, Buik of. 

Life of, ^y Williams. . 

St, of Borne, (O. E, M. H) , 

Al&beto del Villano. (I. C. I. 14.) 
Alfieri, ( Vittorio) Tragedie, da Montued. 

Vita, da esso. 

Alfred, or Magic of Nature, Tragedy. 
Algarotti, F.) Poemetti. (P. I. 49.) 










Funeral Sermon on Sir William Forbaa. 186 

Discouxse on Nat Thank^v lag. 1 814. (S. 4.) 293 

AU the Talents, Satirical Poem. (P. P. 14.) 192 
Allan,(Geo.) Cat of Booksprintedat private press of. 180 

— (Jas., the Northumberiand Piper,) Life at 127 

*s (J. H.) Bridal of Cadlchaim. . 165 

(David) Illust to Gentle Sbepheid. . IS 

— (Wm.) Circassian Capttvea, Narr. daser. of. 32 

Illustrations of Waverley Nofala. ' 232 

Aliens (Rev. Dr.) Account of Madaine. (L. M. 2.) 2^ 

(J.) Younger Brother's Apokgy. (T. H. IS.) 247 

Alletz, Histoire dee Sevaiambes. (V. I.) . 46 
AlUbond*s Sketch of Oxford Reformation. (P. T. 12.) S09 

AUott^ (R.) England's Parnassus. (H. 11.) 1 84 

AUyn'» (R.) Jourmal in the fJdUmriom, 1691-2. 102 

Alpenrosen, Schweizer Almanach. . 47 
Alps, Passes of the. See BrodLcdon. 

♦• Almack'9," Key to. (M. E. P. 10.) 343 

Almanacksfor 1680 and 1720. . 144 

Almeida Garrett, ComoSns. Poema. 33 

Alnwick Castle, Description and Views of. . 242 

Althorp, (Lord) Worid and Child, Interiude. 275 

Alves^ (James) Banks of Esk, a Poem. ] 63 

Abdnger, Doolin von Mainz. . . 103 

Amadis de Gaule, par d* Herberay, &c . 115 

— Part 6, translated by Kirkman. 102 
Amadis of Gaul« Poem, by Rose. 106 

, translated by Southey. • 1 12 

Amalthei, Memoirs of the. (G. M.) 187 

Amans Heureux, Trompez, Malheureux. ] 12 

Amant (L') rendu Cordelier, &c. (M. 3.) . 1 16 

Amari, (Mich.) Marmion, trad, di W. Scott 321 

Ambrogi, (A.) Viigilio Italiano. . 239 

Ameses (Jos.) Typographical Antiquities. . 267 

enlarged by Dibdin. . . 265 

Aminadab, or Quaker^ Vision. . • 58 
Amorous Gallanfk Tongue tippM with golden ezp. 1S2 
Amoricaand W.Indies,Histo£(M. U.K. 34-36. 38.)207 

, Spanish Settlements in. Account of. . 258 

, United States, Constitution of. SOS 

, History of. See Feigus. 

American Govt on War with Gr» Britain. (P. P. 4.) SI 3 

Law. See Kent 

Amoxy's (T.) Life of John Buncle. . 181 

Amos*s ( W.) Theoiy and Pract of Drill Husbandly 248 



Appert's Art of preserving an. and veg. lubstanoet. 299 

Appianus, ToUii et StephanL (V. C. 2.) . 224 

Appiano Alcflsandrino, Guerre de RomanL . 110 

Appian of Alexandria^ History, by Dryden. 262 

Appollonius Rhodius, by Fawket. (E. P.) . 42 

,Hoelzlini. (V. C. 3.) . . 224 

Apuleius, PricaeL (V. C. 1.) . . 225 

in usum Delphini. . . . 229 

Cupido et Psich^ en vers. . . 338 

Apul^, Metamorphoses. (V. I.) • • ^^ 

Apuleio, L* Asino d* Ore . . . 118 

Arabes, Auteur8,8ur Saint Louis. (P. C. 3.) 49 

Arabian NighU and Tales. (T. o. £.) . 43 

translated by Dr. Jon. Scott . . 43 

Sec Galland. 

Remarks on, by Hole. . . 43 

Arabic, Hebrew, and Sjriac, Gate to, unlocked. 316 
Arabs,Hist of the. (A. U. H. 16,& M. U. H. 1.2.3.) 206 

Aragon, Ord. de Armadas Xavales de. 48 

Arbatel de Magia Veterum. . 143 

Arbuthnot^s (Rev. A.) Life of Lord Lovat . 89 

(Dr. J.) Miscellaneous Works. . 193 

History of John Bull. . 304 

(Sir W.) MelvUl's Diary. 279 

Arcandam, Declaration to find out Man'to Fate. 110 

Archaeologia ^liana, Newcastle Tracts. . 271 

Archaica. Old English Prose Tracts. . 184 

Archangell, (Father) Life of, (Lives of Cap.) 250 

Archangelus (F.) Scotus Capucdnus. . 133 

Archdairs (M.) Monasticon Hibemicum. . 267 

Archer's (J.) Every Man his own Doctor. 1673. 119 

Archie Allan, a Scottish Tale. . 166 
Aretine's (Leonard) Guiscard. See Walter. (W.) 

Aretino, (P.) Rotta di Francciosi e Scoooesi. 276 

Argenson, (Marquis d*) M^moires. . 323 

Celeste. Conte des FU$, . . 105 

Argument for burning the Tiag. of Douglas. (T. 9.) 10 
Argyle, (Arch., Marquis of,) Indict and Defences. 13 

Brief Explanation of Life of; &c by C. C. 16 

(Archibald, Earl o^) Case of, 13 

Account of Proceedings against (R. T. 9.) 289 

Tracts relative to. (M. T.) . 30 

Letters of; to Duke of Lauderdale. . 278 

Depredations on Campbells, on rising of, 3 

(John, Duke of;) Life o£ . . 15 

Argyllshire, Langlands's Map of. . . 260 

Ariana, a Romance, from the Fitnch. 101 


Arii (Thorgilsis 61.) Libellua de Islandia. 99 

Ariosto, Orlando Furioso. (P. I.) . 55 

Poesie. (P. L 26, 27.) . . 55 

Oriando F. by Sir J. Hanington. 185 

by John Hoole. (E. P.) . 42 

.-. by Stewart Rose. 250 

Aristobule, Rives d\ (V. I.) . . 46 

Aristophanes, Comedies, by Mitchell. . 210 

Arlus and Odolphus, Secret History of. (S. T. 17.) 306 

, Fortunatus, & Odolphus, S. Hiit ot (& T. 16.) 306 

Armeno, (Crist) Trois Princes de Saiendip. (V. I.) 45 
Armin'S (R.) Italian Tailor and his Boy. (R. T. 4.) 127 
Armoiries des Nobles Fran9ais. . . 110 

Arms and Armour, Ancient, Catalogue oil . 180 

Armour, Description of. (P. P. 5.) . 312 

— See Grose, Meyrick, Skelton. 
Armstrong's Map of Peebles, Companion to. 6 

Maps of Three Lothiani and Ayrshire. 260 

(Archie) Secret History of. (P. T. 14.) 309 

(Dr. John) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

Art of Preserving Health. . 182 

(Economyof Love.(Bi. P.23. 181.)(C.& P. 7.) 307 

— Miscellanies. .... 194 
Army Displayed in its True Colourai See Defoe. 

Standing, Seaman's Opinion of, (R. P. T. 1 1.) 290 

Amauld, (Abbd,) Mcmoires. (P. C.) . 50 

.: — d' AndiUy, Memoires. (P. C.) 50 

Amim, (L. A. von) Gesch. der Gitlfinn Doloree. 52 

und Brentano, Des Knaben WUndcrhom. 54 

Trijst Einsamkeit . . . 102 

Arnold's Chronicle, by Douce. . 28 

Amot's (Hugo) History of Edinburgh. 14 

Celebrated Criminal Trials in Scotland. 272 

(Sam.) Scotland's Present Circumstanoe& 1718. 83 

Amott's (Dr. A.) Last Illness of Napoleon. 31 9 

Arriani Exped. Alex. Magnl (V. C. 4.) . 224 

Ars Tactica. (V. C. 5.) 

Arrowsmith's Reformation, Comedy. 214. (O 

Ars Magica. 

Art d' assassiner les Rois, iac 

Art of Beauty. 

Courtship. See Amorous Gallant 

Governing. (R. T. 7.) 

— Money-Catching. 

Playing. See Actor. Hill . 

Politicks. (P. and P. 3.) 

Preaching. See Foidyoe. 

P. 2.) 220 



B. (J.) Merchaut'k Avico. (T. H. 6.) 247 

fi. (J M. C.) Lyric Poemi. . 196 

B.(T.) Rebellion of Naples, &c. . 217 

B (Serjeant) Life and Tnfels of. 246 

Babdj or the AttembUej a Poem, 6y «/. P. 78 

. SeePitcairn. 

Bacon, (Fryer) History oL (Thorns, 2.) 103 

and Fryers BuQgye,&c. (R.T.4.)189.(R.T.7.) '76 

and Frier Bongay, Hon. Hist. of. See Greene. 

Bacon^ (Lord) Advancement of Learning. 62 

History of Henry VIL (C. H.) 249 

Natural History of, by Rawley. 62 

Philosophical Writings, Essay on. See Napier. 

Bacco Tracannante. (I. C. I. 15.) . . M9 

Baddeley's (R.) Boy of Biison. (pret ezordsm.) 149 
Badnall's Comm. and Agr. Condit of Great Britain. SCO 









Bage's (R.) Barfaam Downs. (B. N. L.) 

James Wallace. (B. N. L.) 

Mount Henneth. (B. N. L.) 

Hermsprong. . 

Baguette Divinatoire, Tiait^ sur la. 

Enchant^ La. (F. F. 2.) 

Bailey's (Ab.) Spi^tfiil Sister, Com. (O. P. 3.) 

(JaC.) Poema, numism. Cantab, dignata. 

Hieroglyphicorum Origo et Natnra. 

Baillie, (Geoige and Lady Grisell) Memoirs of. 254 

(Col Hugh) Letter to Dean of Christ Church. 33 

(Jac.) Cragii Jus Feudale. 12 

(Joanna) Collection of Poems. 163 

Plays on the Passions. 212 

Miscellaneous Plays. .212 

Martyr, a Drama. (D. P. 1 .) 344 

Bride, a Drama. 163 

FamUy Legend. Tragedy, . 208 

(Principal R.) Letters and Journals, by Aitken. 5 

(William) Impiety and Superstition exposed. 10 

Bailly, (Maire de Paris) M^oires. 323 

Bain, (Joe.) Maitland Poems. 280 

Bainbridge's (G. C.) Fly-Fisher'to Guide. . 196 

Baines's(Bp.)Serm.atDed.ofCath.Chap.(C.T.2.) 294 
Baker's (D. E.) Biogiaphia Dramatica. 212 

(Sir Richard) Chronicle of Kings of England. 25 

(Thomas) Fine Lady's Airs, Com. (O. P. 4.) 220 

Balack and Balaam, a Poem. 1775. (T.) 15 

Balcanquhal, (Dean) The King's Large Declaration. 3 
Balcarras, (Earl of) Ace. of Revolution 1688. (T.) 7. 15 
Baldi,( ) Poesie. (P. L 23. 25.) 55 







Baldi, (B.) Vite di Guidnhaldo, D. d* Uifaino. 
Baldovini, ( ) Poese. (P. L 33.) 

Balduini Galceos Antiquui et Mjilieiis. 
Balei (Joan.) Seriptorum Mij. Britann. OataL 
Balfour'to (Alexander) Weeds and Wild Flo 

(Sir A.) Letters on FnoMe and Italy. 

(Sir James) Historical Works. 

Balivemeries. See Da Fail. 

BaW$ ( ira/MfN,) Nii^ ITotdK a Poem. 

Ballad on Lord Doneiaile. (P. P. !L) 

— ^Book. See Maidment Shaipe. 

Ballads and Songs, CoUection ot 32. 67. 160. 2S8 

and Stories, Various Collectifliit ot 169 

Bailantyne'kMar. of Feigiisia,&e. (R.TA)28S. (TA)285 

(James) Kelso Pren, Font SpachneM o^ 185 

Mrs. Siddons'k CharactersL 209 

Retrospect of PubUc Affiun, 1813. (P. P. L) 313 

(John) Widow's Lodgings. SS6 

Defoe'to Novels and Life. 866 

Novelist's Library. ... 63 

Balmerino, (Lord) Memoirs ot (T. 1.) 93 

Bampfylde Moore Caiew, Life ot . 160 

Bancroft's(John)HenryII.of Eng-Tn^ (aP.S.) 220 

(Thomas) Glutton'k Feaver. . . 875 

Bandello, (Matt) Novelle. . . 121 

Banim's (John) Tales by the O'Ham Family. 633 
Bank, National, in Scotland, Project for. (C. T. 4.) 290 
Banking, Scotch. See Scott's Ma]i^;rowt]ier. 
Bankrupt Law of Scotland. See BdL 
Banks's (John) Miscellaneous Woria. Ill 

Earl of Essex. Tragedy. (P. 1.) 216 

Anna Bullen, and Eari of Essex. Tngediee. 216 

Four Tragedies. . 218 

Bannatyne against Molleson, Procws. (S. T. 6.) 19 


Alexander the Great, Buik 6L . . 279 

Atkinson's (S.) Gold Mines ia Seotbnd. 277 

Aigyle's (Arch., Earl of) Letters to Landerdale. 278 


Bannatyne, (George) Memorials o£ 


Club, Treasurer'^ Accounts 

Barnard's (Lady A. Lindsay) Robin Gwy. 
Berteville, Expedition en Eoosse, 1546. 
Boduel, Les Affaires dn Conte de. 
Boethii Murthlac et Aberd. Episc. Vitae. 
Buchananus (Dav.) de Scriptoribiii ScotisL 




Baroard'K (Rev. Dr. N.) P. Death of Bp. Atheiton. 127 
Barnes, (Arob. Mayor of Newcastle,) Life of. 256 

(Bam.) Spiritual Sonnets. (II. 7.) . 184 

(Geo.) Statistical Account of Ireland. (J. T. 2.) 313 

(Dr. Jos.) New Discovery, &c. of Pygmies. 114 

History of Edward III. . . 27 

Bamestapolii (Ob.) Maria Innoccns. (Jebb Coll.) 12 
Barometer, Historical Account of the. (C. P. a) 307 
Barometrical Scales, Remarks on. . . 32 

Baron^ (Rob.) Mirza, Tragedy. (P. 1.) . 215 

Barretier, (J. P.) Life of; (extraord. linguist) 130 

Barrett's (B.) Code Napoleon, verbally translated. 294 

(Joh.) Evangelium Matthaei. . 229 

Barrey^ (Lod.) Ram Alley, Comedy. . 216 

Barri, (Comtesse du) Anecdotes sur la. (M. 3.) 113 
Barrington, (Hon. Doines) Hist, of Gwedir Family. 245 
Bamiel Beauvert, L' Interregne des Bourbons. 326 
Barry>(Capt. O.) Discourse of Military Discipline. 101 

(Rev. J.) Reviv. Cordial for sin^ck Soul.(T. 3.) 70 

(Mai^garet) Experiences and Exercises. 73 

Barry more, (Earl of) Life of, by Pasquin. 135 

Bartas^ ( W. Lord du) Divine Weeks and Works. 123 
Bartassii (G. S.) Hcbdomas, a G. Lermeo. (M. 1.) 116 
Barthelemy, Voyage d* Anacharsis. 41 

Bartholdy^ Krieg d. Tyroler Landleuto. 54 

Bartholini Antiquitates Danicae. . . 99 

Bartholomeus de Proprietatibus, by Trcvisa. 123 

Bartholomew Fair, or Variety of Fancies. . 128 

Bartlet's (B.) Coins of Durham and Reading. 256 
Bartolomeo Romano, Istoria di. (S. N. I. 7.) 340 

Baruffaldi, ( ) Poesie. (P. L 48.) . 56 

Barwell, (Rich.) Intrigues of. See Thompson. 
BasUe, (Dom.) Pastor Fido Napol. (P. N.) 57 

(G. B.) Cunto de li Cunte. . . 57 

(Marzia) Istoria di (I. C. I. 7.) . 339 

Baaing House, Cromwell's Let. on taking of. (T. 26.) 61 
Bassompieire, Ambassades de, en Eip. et Ang. 25 

M^moires de (P. C.) . . 50 

Bastwick, (Dr. John.) See Prynne. 

Bate Dudey's (Rev. Sir H.) Lett of Sir J. Falstaff. 227 

Passages from Vortigem and Rowena. 1 79 

Songs in the Opera of the Woodman. (P. 1.) 222 

Bateman, (Mary) the Yorkshire Witch, Life of. 127 
Bates's (Dr. G.) Troubles in England. . 245 
Bathe, Treatise of the Baths of. See Venner. Anstey. 
Bathgate, News from, a Poem. (T. 7.) 67 
Letter resp. Parish of (T. 8.) 67 

Batimens dea Receptes. (F. F. 9.) 117 
Battle of Agincourt See NiooUiaw 

Albuera, Poem. See Croker. 

Bosworth. See Hutton. 

Falkirk. See Rebellion 1745. 

Flodden. . See Benson. Flodden. Lambe. 

Stoke. See Brooke. 

TalaveiB. See Croker. 

Waterloa See Waterloo. 

Battles, Famous, Relations ot . 157 
Baumer*^ E«ay on Kan'k Oxig. State. (8. & T. 6.) 292 

Baxter'k (And.) Nature of the HunumSonl. 293 

(Richard) Life and Times. 29 

Call to Unconverted Sinners. (T. 6.) . 77 

Certainty of World of Spirits. 1 4 f. 

Bayard, (Chevalier) Mtoolres. (P. C.) . 49 
Bayle, (Dr. F.) Ration des Poesedtfes de Tonlonae 1 37 

(P.) Dictionnaire Historique et Critique. AG 

. See Villars, C. de Gabalis. 

Bayley'fe(Haynes) Songs on Butterflies. (P. P. 10.) 34.'t 

(John) Hist of Tower of London. . 1 87 

Bayly's (Rev. Dr. T.) Wall Flower of Newgate. 188 
Beach's (Rev. Dr. P.) Letters on Bp. Baraefk Hist 257 
Beague's Campaignes. See Beai^gud 
Beamish, (Major) Bismark'to Cavalry Tactica. 
Beard's (Dr. Thos.) Theatre of God'k Judgments 

4th edition, improved by Taylor. 

Beast, The, is wounded. 1638. (T. 9.) . 
Beasts, Fou1^footed, History at See Topeell. 

Congress of the, a Farce. . . 98 

Beatson's (R.) Political Index. . 29 

Parliamentary Register. . 20 

Beattie's (Dr. J.) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Minstrel, and other Poems. . 193 

Life and Writings, by Forbes. . 18.S 

(Dr. W.) Residence in Germany, 1 822-26. 318 

Beatty's (T. E.) Lines on King*8 AimaL (I. P. 4.) 341 

Beauchamp, (A. de) Campagne de 1814. • 325 

Campagnes de 1814 et 1815. . . 326 

Beauchamps, Funestine. (C. F.) . 44 

Beauclerc's (Lady DI) Designs for Leonom. 232 

Beaugud, Guerre d* Ecosse, 1548-9. . 280 

's Campaignes. See Abereromby. 

Beaumont's (Fr.) Poems. (E. P.) 42 

and Fletcher's Works, by Weber. 211 

Monck Mason's Comments on. 210 

Island Princess, altered. (O. P. 1.) 213 





Bergman^s (G. von) Lettische G^dichte. . 172 

Beiguer'8 (L. T.) Stanzaa to Sir Walter Scott 156 

Trifles in Vor»e. . . . 167 

BcrkeleyVi (Bishop) Gaudentio di Lucca. 44 

— i- Gaudence de Luoques. (V. 1.) 45 

(G. M.) Literary Relics. . 190 

Berkenhout's (Dr.) Campbell's British Admirals. 253 

Berkshire, Ashmole's Antiquities of. . 245 
Bemadotte, Proclam. et Bulletins de, 1814. 

Histoire de, par Chateauneul 

Bemardi's (Major John) Life. . . 80 

Bemers*d (Lord) Froiasart^H Chrons. by Utterson. 29 

Aithur of Little Britain, by ditto. . 122 

(DameJul.)Boke of St Albans. Haslewood. 208 

Bemi, Orlando Inamorato. (P. I.) 55 

translated by Rose. 250 

Poesie. (P. 1. 27.) ... 55 

See Boiardo. 

Beroaldc de Vervillc, Moyen de Parvenir. 132 

Avonturcs de Floride. . . 182 

Berquin, Voyage de D. de Loimeult (V. I.) 45 

Berry, (T.) Life and Robberies of. . 126 

(Mis8)Comp.ofSociaILifeofEng.& France. 294 

Letters of Mad. Deffand to H. Walpole. 41 

(W.) Mythological and Classical Tables. 241 

Scripture Tables. . . . 241 

Berteville, Expedition d* Ecosse, 1546. . 277 

Berthier, (Prince Alexandre) Bataille de Marengo. 324 

Berthod, (Pire) MAnoires. (P. C.) . 50 

Bertin, Voyage de fiourgogne. (V. I.) 45 
Bertoldo, Bcrtoldino e Cacasenno. (P. I.) 56. 106 

Bertrami (C.) Britann. Gentium Script Tres. 257 

Bertrand du Guesclin, Mdmoires de. (P. C.) 49 

Bertuch, Proben aus Hans Sachsens Werke. 53 
Berville et Barri^re, Mtfmoires sur la Revolution. 323<4 

Berwick, (Mar. Due de) M^moirea. (P. C.) 50 

(James, Duke o^) Life of. . . 245 

Letter from to Duke Fits-Jamea. (T. 4.) 86 

Berwickshire, Map of, by Blackadder. . 260 

Besenval, (Baron de) M^mcirea. . . 323 

Bestucheff, (M.) Memorial of, 1728. (P. T. 20.) 311 

Betham*8 (Sir W.) Irish Antiquarian Reseeichea. 315 

Betterton's (Thos.^ History of the English Stage. 210 

Amorous Widow, Com. ; and Life by Gildon. 224 

Bette8worth,(Sexg.) Case betw. Swift and. (P.M. 10.)304 

Beta, ( ) Poemetti. (P. I. 49.) . 56 

Betty Ireland^ Life of. . . . 129 

Beveridge's (T.) Forms of Proe. b. C. of a 295. 345 

(Bp.) Writings, Short View o£ (T. 13.) 88 

Bevit of Hampton^ (E.M.IL 2,) . . 103 

(O. E. M, R. 1.) . . . 105 

from the Auchinleck MS. . 282 

Beyer's(Dr.)Doct.ef Swedenboig.(R.&M.T.4.) 342 


Beyle, (M.) Hist de la Peinture en Italie. 

De r Amour. 

325 ! Bibbiena, (Card.) La Calandra. (P. 1. 17.) 
327 Bible, BaskervilleV. 

Barker and BillV. 

BarkcrV. .... 

DauiellB. .... 

Beza's, with Summaries. 178. D,Swi/Vtwpj, 283 

New Testament, Rhemes translatioD. 178 

Bibles, Let on inac of King*i Printers', (ax. 27.) 290 
Biblia Sacra Vulgata. . . . 120 

N. T. Evang. sec. Matthaeum. See Barrett. 

Bibliographie Instructive. See De Bnie. 
Bibliographical Tour in France, Ac See Dibdin. 
Bibliomania, or, Book-MadneaSi See Dibdin. 

an Epistle to R. Heber. See Feiriar. 

Bibliosophia, or. Book- Wisdom. See Beieilbrd. 
Bibliotheca Britannica. See Watt 

Gloucestrenais. See Webb. 

Hlbemicana. See Mason. 

Parliament!, 1658. . . s 58 

Bibliothek, Zauber. See Hont 

Bibliothdque Bleue, (des Romans.) 1 1 2 

Orientale. See Heibelot 

Bidpei, Contes et Fables Indiennea. (C. F.) 44 

Bigelow^ (And.) Leaves horn a Journal, &c 22 

Bigg8's(W.)Military History of Eurqpe,1739-1748. 302 
Bignon, Histoiro de France, 1799.1807. . 324 

Billa Vera, Arraignment of Iguonunua. (M. T. 6.) 288 
BillingBley*s (N.) Martyrologie, a Poem. f>8 

Billington, (J.) Facts, &c. on Plantations. 299 

(Mrs.) Memoirs ot . 152 

Bills of Exchange, Treatise on Law of. SeeKyd. 
Billy, (J. de) Tombeau de V Astrologie Judiciaire. 153 
Bilson, Boy of. See Baddeley. 
Bingfield, (William) Travels and Adventures of. 44 
Bingley's (Rev. W.) Animal Biography. . 198 

Biographia Britannica. ... 233 

byKippis. .... 248 

— Presbyteiiana. See Walker. 

Biography, Eooentric. ... 134 




Boiardo. See Berni. 

Boig*i (Rev. James) Life, by P. Walker. . 73 

Boileau Despr^ux, CEuvies, St Marc 40 

Boinobert's ( Abb^) Hist of Mary Queen of Soota 7 
Boissier, Lettres sur Malefices et Sortilege. 140 

Bolland, (James) Life, Trial, &c ot 152 

(Baron) Surrey's VirgiL 274 

Bolron'8(R.) Papisto* Bloody Oath of Secrecy. (T. 1.) 93 
Bolton's (Ed.?) Art of English Poede. (M. P.. A.) 177 
Bonamici, (C.) Giomata presso Veletri, 1 744. 118 

Bonaparte,(Iiouis)ReponseJ^SirW. Scott(M.F.4.) 828 

(Luden) Charlemagne, PoiSme Epique. 48 

See Buonaparte. 

Bonchamps, (Mad. de) M^m. sur la Vend^. 824 

Bond, (W.) Buchanan^ History of Scotland. 9 

Bonneval, Voyage de Mantes. (V. I.) 45 

Bontemps, (Roger) en belle humcur. 114 

Bonucci, (Ch.) Pompd decrite. . 274 

Booth, (Barton) Memoirs of, and Poems by. 210 

Boothby's (Sir D.)Sor,toMem,o/Pendope, (P.T. 10.) 889 

(Mrs. F.) Marcelia, Tragi-Comedy. (O. P. 6.) 214 

Book, The. See Caroline, (Queen). Williams. 

of Common Prayer of Church of England. 1 78. 291 

of St. Albans. See Bemers. 

of Husbandry. See Fitzherbert 

Books, General Catalogue of. See ClavelL 
Borde*s (Dr. A.) F}T8t Boke of Knowledge. 185 

Bordeaux Wines, Classification of. See Paguierre. 
Bordelon, (Abb<<) Hist de M. Oufle. (V. I.) 46 

Eztrayagances of M. Ouile. . . 151 

Border Feuds, a Musical Drama. (D. 8.) 21 1 

History. See Ridpath. — Laws. See Nicolson. 














Borthwick, (John) Melvill's Diary. 

(William) on Scottish Feudal Dignities. 

Borzacchini's Tuscan Master. 
Boston's (Rev. Thomas) Memoirs. 

Sermon on Lord*s Supper. (P. T. 4.) 

Select Discourses. 

Boswell's (Sir A.) Spirit of Tintoc. 

Edinburgh, or Ancient Royalty. 

Clan-Alpin's Vow. 

Woo-Creel. .... 

Songs of Justiciary Opera. 

Frondes Caducae. 

Buke of the Chess. 

(Jas.) Life of Dr. Johnson ; Tour to Hebrides. 188 

Account of Coxsica. . 189 

Boswell, ( Jamet, jun.) Bazboigfae Garland. 162 

Memoir of Eklm. Malone. 211 

Bosworth Field, Battle o£ See Hutton. 

Boterus*s Relations of Fkmoos Kingdoms, by B. J. 258 

Botanical Cabinet See Loddiges. 

Bothwell, (J. Hepburn, Earl o£) See BodueL 

(FrofkiStoaH, Earlo/^) Proceed, </ apt, BmacUmeL 13 

Bouchain. Dial. betw. Medley and Examiner. (& T. 5) 
Bouchet, M^moires de La Tremoille. (P. C.) 49 

Boucicaut, (J. de) M^oires de. (P. C.) 49 

Bougeant, Prince Fan F^r^din. (V. I.) . 45 

Boughton, (Sir T.) Trial of Donellan for Moid. of. (T.3.) 
Bottill^, (Marq. de) M^moirea. 323 

— (Louis de) M^oires. 323 

Bouillon, (Henri Due de) M^oirea. (P. C.) 49 

Boulton"^ (R.) History of Magick, &c. 1 46 

Vindication of da against Hutchinson. 146 

Reflections on do. See Du Lude. 

Bounina^s Poems, in Russian, . 168 

Bourbons, Genealogical Memoirs of the. 228 

Bourdign^, Legende de P. Faifeu. . 117 

Bourge8,(Mon8. de) Oraison fun^bre surMarie.(Jebb.) 12 
Bouigogne, Chroniques des Dues de. (B. C.) 51 

Bourne's (William) Art of Shooting in gr. ordnance 35 

( ) Antiquitates Vulgare?, by Brand. 255 

(Vincent) Poems and Letters. 227 

Bourrienne, M^moires sur Napoleon, &c 327 

Bouterwek's History of Spanish and Portug. Liter. 316 
Boutigny'ft (Levayer de) Tarsis and Zelie; 101 

Boutourlin, (Col-) Campagne de Russie, 1812. 325 

Campagne d' Allemagne, 1813. 325 

Bo vefb (R.) Pandemonium. 143 

Bowdler's (Thomas) Letter to British Critic 21 

Life and Character of General ViUettes. 254 

(W.) DevU's Cloven Foot . 68 

Bowdich'to (T. E.) Mission to Ashantee. 242 
Bower*s(Ar.)Hi8toftheRomans.(A.U.H.9.14.) 206 
(Alexander) History of Edinburgh University. 302 

, (John) Description of Melrose Abbeya (> 

(Walter.) See Fozdun. 

Bowes, (And. R.) Life of. See Foote. 

Bowles's (Rev. W. L.) Pope'k Works. 188 

Invariable Principles of Poetry. (T. 1.) 1 89 

Two Letters to Lord Byron. (T. 5.) . 189 

Vindication against Quarterly Review. (T. 6.) 189 

Lessons in Criticism to W. Roacoe. 188 

Missionary, a Poem. . 194 



Britton*s (John) Hist of Rodyn Chapel 
.— . Bights of Literature . 

— Memoir of his own Life. 

— Remarks on Shakspeare. 
Broadsides, Collection of Printed, ah. 1689. 
Brockedon's ( W.) Passes of the Alps. 






Brockett*3 (J. T.) Bartlet's Coins of Durham and B. 256 
_ Beauvais on Coins and Medals. . 256 

— Catalogue of Books printed hy G. Allan. 180 

Glossary of North Country WordsL . 198 

_ Lithgow^ Siege of Newcastle. . 256 

— -. Numismata Aurea Imp. Rom. . 227 

Brodie, ( W.) and Smith, (G.) Trial of. (C. T. 4.) 181.295 
Brodie's (Geo.) History of British Empire. 254 

Brome's ( Alex.)Cunning Lovers, Comedy. (O.P. 4.) 214 

Covent Garden Drollery. (D. 3.) . 170 

Antipodes, Comedy. (O. P. 2.) . 215 

— — (Rich.) Jovial Crew, or Merry Beggars. 212 

— • Sparagus Garden, Comedy. (0. P. 4.) 214 

Poems. (E. P.) ... 42 

Bromhall'ft (T.) Treatise of Spectres. . 122 

. See Magica, de Spectiis. 

Brompton, (Joann.) Hist Ang. (Tw}'sd.) . 27 

Brooke (Lord) Worthy Speech of; 1643. (T. 1.) 60 

's (Henry) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

(Miss) Reliques of Irish Poetry. . 196 

(R. jun.) Ohs. on Battle of Stoke Field. 243 

Broome's (Dr. W.) Poema (E. P.) . 42 

Brougham'b (Lord) Objects, &c. of Science. 182. 800 
BroughtonVi (Hugh) Translations from the Bible. 83 
Brown, (Rev. Dr. A.) Serm. on Love of Country. 80.293 


Life of Prof. Christison. (S. T. 8.) 

(C. Brockden) Life, by Dunlap. 

Arthur Merrvn. 

Carwin, the Biloquist 

Edgar Huntly. 

Jane Talbot. . 

Philip Stanley. 



( Jas.) Poems on MU. Battles, &c. (V. P 

(John) Gkneal. Tree of Royal Family 

(Rev. John) History of Indulgence. 

Review o^ by Vilant 

(Rev. Jn.) Rod of God shaken, &c (T. 7.) 66 

Two Sermons. (F. &) . . 69 

(Rev. Jn.) Hist Ac of Seceders. (a & T. 2.) 292 

P. 8.) 342 




Blown, (Jn.) Sofferingi o^ &c 1680.(R. &, K. T.3.) 342 

(Capt J.) Letters on Edinb. Polka . 301 

( of Newhall) Comic Soots Poems. 17 

(Thg) Miscellanea Anlio. 8 

— Compleat Works, Prose and Vewe. . Ill 

_ life of Ja Hayns. « 341 

(Rev. Dr. W. L.) Fast Senrnni, 1794. (& 3.) 298 


Browne, (Jac) Disputatio Juzidica. 

Crit Exam, of Dr. Maocnlloch^ Hi^^ilanda. 

— — (L H.) De Animi Immortalitate, Poema. 

(MisB M. A.) Mont Blanc 

_ Ada, and other Poemi. 

— Repentance, and other Poems. 

(Sir Thomas) Works. 

Browning (J.) Northern Popular Tela. 

Brownlee'to (Thos.) Bat of Drumdog and BothwelL 79 

BruoB'i {Sir Alem,) Speech m Pari, 1702. {C T. 2.) 290 

(Alex.) Institutions of Military Law. 295 

(Jas.) Travels in Abyssinia, by Mumy. 233 

Life, by Head. (M.F.L.) . . 315 

(King Robert). See Barbour. Gordon. Kerr. 

(Brussu) Oratio ad Mackainm. (& T. 8.) 18 

(Rev. Robert) Sermona. 70 

Brunnmark'to (Rev. G.) Swedish Grammar. . 88 

Bruns, (P. J.) Abulpharagii R. G. Richaidi I. 253 

Romantische, &c Gedichte. . 118 

Brunsvicensium Rerum Scriptorea, a Leibnitz. 265 
Brunswick, The, a Poem. . . . 162 

Theatre, Account of Destruction of (D. P 3.) 344 

Brunton's (Sirs.) Self Control. 

Discipline .... 

Character of. (M. T. 7.) 

Bruscambille, Fantasies dc 

Brutus and Cassius. (S. T. 24.) 

Bryan's (Dan.) Appeal for suffering Geniusi 

Bryant's (W. C.) Poems. 

Brydges's (Sir E.) Archaica. 

— . Bertram. .... 

— Breton's Longing. 
«..——. Melanch. Humov^a. 
British Bibliographer. 

— Censura Literari& 

— CoUins'S Peerage of England. 
.— ^ Hagthorpe^i Poems. . * 
-.-> Hammond's Occasional Poems. 

Laelii Oratio in Obitum T. Taan. 

Misc Poetioa Anglicana. 




Brydges's (Sir E.) Philipe's Theat Poet Anglic 191 
^_ Raleigh^ Poemi. ... 171 

Bestituta. .... 281 

Ruminator. .... 204 

Stanley's Anacreon, Bion, Mowhus. . 175 

Wither's Shepherds Hunting. 171 

Brydone's (P.) Tour through Sicily and Malta. 318 
Bryd9on*8 (Tho.) Observations cone Precedence. 14 

Summary View of Heraldry. 234 

Brysson, (Geo.) Memoirs of; by Dr. M'Crie. 302 

Buccaneers of America. See Eequcmeling. 
Bucdeuch, (Chas. D. of,) Rules for adv. Guards. 298 

(Henry, D. of,) Elegy on. See Galloway. 

(Walter, Duke of,) Chartulary of Melrose. 280 

Buchan Farmer^ True Method. 299 

(David, Earl of,) Essays. 301 

Gleanings of Old Ballads. 160 

Ballads of North of Scotland. 1 60 

(P.) History of Keith Family. 1 6 

Witchcraft detected, &c. 109 

(Dr. W.) Domestic Medicine. 298 

( ) Desor. of St Kilda. (M.8.) 7. 19 

Buchanan^ (Da v.) Truths Manifest, Answer to. 59 

.^Knox^s Histoqf of the Reformation. . 2 

De Scriptoribus Scotis. 279 

Buchanani (Gtea) Opera, a Ruddimann. 10 

Detectio Mariae Reg. (Jebb. Coll.) . 12 

"S History of Scotland, by Bond. 9 

Appendix to, cont. Detection, &c. 9 

— Notes on, by Crawford. 20 

Chamaeleon. .... 7 

Franciscan Friar, by Provand. 168 

Life, by Dr. Irving. 5 

(Rev. J. L.) Travels in Hebrides. 6 

(Thos.) niust of Organ of Hearing. . 84 

(Wm.) Scottish Sumamea 7 

Buchon, Chroniques Nationales Fran9aises. 50-1 

Buck's (Sir Geo.) Hist of Richard III. (C. H. £.) 249 
BiickhuT8t*s(Lord)MlrourforMagis.]78.(B.B.4.) 177 
Buckingham, (D. of^) Poisoner of Jas. I. See Figlisham. 


(Geo. Villien, 2d D. of,) Two Plays. 

.». DisoovTse, &c on Religion. (T. 1-8.) 

(J. Sheffield, Duke of,) Works. 

Temple of Death. (C. P.) 194. (P. P. 14.) 

.-_ Poems. (E. P.) ... 

Rockland's (Rev. W.) Reliquiae Diluvianae. 
Buda, Siege of. Relation of. (B. and S. 4.) 

Budworth's (Rev. W.) Sermon, 1745. (T. 3.) 98 

Buffon, (Comte de) Histoire Naturelle. . 51 

Bugg's (Rev. F.) Four Tracts against Quakers. 78 

Quaker Principle exposed. (T. 11.) . 293 

Bugni, (Sm.) Inni di Sig. Barbauld. 269 

Bukelingi Genio, Poema. See Camberlyn. 
Bulkely and Cumming's Voyage to South Seas. 31 
Bulletin de Paris en 1814 et 1815. . 326 

Bulletins Offidels de la Grande Armee. . 327 

Bullinger's Christen Matiymonye. See Coverdale. 
Bullock's (C.) Woman is a Riddle, Com. (O. P. 9.) 220 

( W.) Desc of Napoleon's Carriage. (M. T. 5.) 342 

Bulwer's (E. L.) Ismael, and other Poemsi 163 
Bunbury's (H.) Annals of Horsemanship, (Gambado. ) 1 3 
Bimcle, (John) Life of. See Amory. 
(John, junior,) Essays and Letters 



Bunn's (Alfred) Poems. 

Bunyan'S (John) Pilgrim's Progress. 

with Notes by Burder. 

with Life by Southey. 

Holy War, by Burder. 


Amours Secrettes de. . 

Cabinet des Tuileries dep. Mars 1815. (P. H. 2.) 326 

Galerie Militaire de. . 261 

Histoire des Conspirations contre. . 325 

Itin^iaire de, depuis son depart (P. H. 5.) 326 

Itineraire de, de V He d' Elbe k Ste. Hdtoe. 326 

Portefemlle de, Na 1. (R. M. 3.) 326 

Trois Mois de, 1815. (P. H. 4.) . 326 

See Bourrienne. Gallois. Napoleon. &c. 

Buonarroti, (M. A.) La Tanda. (P. L 33.) 56 

Life of, by Duppa. ... 241 

Burckhardt's (J. L.) Travels in Nubia. 239 

BtirgeriB (G. A.) Sammtliche Schriften. 47 

Hussar of Magdeburg, by Denovai^. (P. P. 3.) 312 

Lenoie, by H. J. Pye. (M. P. 11.) 186 

by Sir W. Scott (Chase. William and Ellen.) 271 

by W. R. Spencer. ... 242 

by William Taylor. (M. P. 12.) 186 

Parody on. (P. P. 2.) 312 

Buighley^ (Lord) State Papers. Haynes Murdin. 233 

Burke's (G.) Ode on K.'S Visit to Ireland. (P. T. 8.) 339 

(Edmund) Works. 193 

Origin of Sublime and BeautifU. 203 

Vindication of Natural Society. (D. F. P.) 204 



Burke's (Ed.) Maxims, Opinions, and Characters. 246 
^-^ Speech on Inde];>cndence of ParL (M. T. 4.) 312 

(T. T.) Royal Visit (I. P. 3.) 
(William, ^c) Trial of, for Murder. 


Burman*9 (Charles) Letters. Sec Ashmole. 

Bum's (Dr. R.) Justice of Peace. . 

— History of Westmoreland and Cumberland. 

Bumaby's (Charles) Four Plays* 

Bumes's (James) Visit to Court of Sinde. 

Burnet's (Bishop) History of Reformation. 

History of his own Time. 

.— -. See Beach. Higgons. Salmon. 

Life of Sir Matthew Hale. 193 

Life of John, Ekirl of Rochester. 139 

Memoirs of Dukes of Hamilton. 2 

Preface, &c. to Pastoral Care. (C. of S.) 80 

Behaviour of Bishops in 1688. . 304 

Controversy with Dr. Lowth. (T. 8. 9. 10.) 286 

Refl. on King's Proclam. 1687. (R. P. 1.) 84. 289 

Reflections on Varillas's History. (E. T. 1.) 250 

Sermon concerning Popery. (S. 1.) . 98 

Ser. on Coronation of Will, and Mary. (T. 7.) 286 

SpeechonBillagainstOcc.Conformity.(T.7.) 285 

Speech on Sacheverell's Impeachment. (T. 5.) 88 

The White Crow, New Doctrines o£ (T. 22.) 88 

(Gilb.) Disput de Belli Causis. (R. P. T.IO.) 290 

(John) Criminal Law of Scotland. . 272 

(T.)Nece8B. of impeach. Ministry, and Answer. 306 

■ . (Sir T^homas) Sermons preached at Leys. 69 

Bumey, (Miss.) See D'Arblay. 
.^— (Dr. W.) Falconer's Marine Dictionary. 266 

Bumomania, Celebrity of Bums consid. religiously. 160 
Bums, (Robert) Poems. . . 199 

Works, by Dr. Currie. 199 

Reliques of, by Cromek. 199 

Life of, by Lockhart . .199,251 

Fornicator's Court. 160 

Letters to Clarinda. 160 

Poems, Kidd*s Illustrations of. 196 

Views Illustrative of . 199 

Tarn O'ShanteVj the original MS. 104 

, ■ " Sato ye my Maggie^^^ Song, . . 160 

(R. of Hamilton,) Cadzow Castle. (S. P. 2.) 341 

Bumworth, (E.) Life and Robberies o£ . 126 

Burrow's (Sir Jas.) Anecdotes rel. to Cromwell, &c. 62 
Burro wes's (Dean) Sermons on the Lessons. 292 

Burt's (Capt) Letters from North of Scotland. 19 





















Burton's (Charles) Bardiad, a Poem. 168 

(H.) Narr. of shutting out of Chuitfa. (T. 34.) 6 1 

— Grand Impostor Unmasked, (Abp. Laud.) 

(Robert) Anatomy of Melancholy. 

.-. (R.) Deligihts for the Ingenious. 

Extraordinary Adventures, 

Female Elxcellency. . 

History of Oliver Cromwell. . 

History of Ireland. 

History of London and Westminster. 

History of Nine Worthies. 

History of Wan in England, &c 

Memorable Accidents. 

Triumphs of Divine Justice. . 

Triumphs of Love. 

Unfortunate Court Favourites 

Unhappy Princesses. . 

Unparallel'd Varieties. 

Wonderful Prodigies of Judgment, &c 

Bury St Edmunds, History o£ 
Bury'b (Lady Charlotte) Poems. 

(Jacob) Advice to the Commons. (M. T. 7.) 

Busching,(DT J.G.) Deutsche GedichtedJiittelalters. 63 

Sammlung Deutscher Volkslieder. 47 

Ritterzeit u. Ritterwesen. . 48 

Schloss zu Marienbuig. . 102 

Busk's (Hans) Banquet &c Poem& 201 

Vestriad, a Poem. . . 201 

Bussy Rabutin, Hist. Amoureuse des Gaales. 114 

Butler, (Charles) Hist Mem. resp. Br. Catholica 251 

Reminiscences of. . . . 254 

(Major) Fourth Paper. (M. T. 8.) . 288 

(Nathan) the Penitent Murderer. 133 

(Samuel) Poems. (E. P.) 42. Hudibras. 182, 242 

Butson's (C.) Love of our Country. (O. P. P.) 169 
Buxtorfl^s Traditions of the Jews. . 135 

Buzot, Memoires. .... 324 

Byrom's (Samuel) Poems. (£. P.) . 42 

Byron's (Lord) Poetical Works, &c. . 198 

Don Juan, Cantos 1. 2. . . 195 

Private Correspondence, by Dallas. • 195 

Letten and Journals, by Moore; . 1 95 

Letter to Murray on Bowles^ Pope. (T. 1.) 189 

Conversations, by Medwin. . 198 

Monody on Sheridan. (P. M. 2.) . 199 

Stanzas to Memory ot (P. P. 18.) . 343 

(Lady)Rem.on Moore'BLife,&c(lf.E.P. 12.) 343 



C. (C.) Life and Death of Mazquis of Aq^ylc. IG 

C. (J.) Two Meny Milkmaida Com. (0. P. 1.) 216 

Cabala, MyBteries of State, &C. 27 

Cabaners (Dan.) Poems and Imitations. 165 

Cabinet, The. Selected by J. Aitkcn. 334 

Sportsman^ .... 185 

Cabinet des F^es. . 44. 45 

Satjrique. .... 109.119 

de r Eloquence Fran9oi9e. (F. F. 8.) 115 

Caeiar, (Julius) Acquitted. See Dennis. 

Caesaris Commentarii, GraeviL (V. L. C. 10.) 225 

Caesar^ Cimimentaries, Eklmundes^s Observ. on. 140 

Cagliostro, (Comte de) M^moires du. 147 

demaaqutf A VarsoTie. 341 

Cairns, (Elixabeth) Memoirs of. 75 

See Greig. 

CaUbri (Quint) Praetermissa Homeri. (V.G.C. 17.) 225 

Calamy'to (Rct. E.) Ser. on Gov. Breaking. (T. 19.) 286 

(Rev. Dr. E.) Sermon, May 6, 1713. (Ser.) 80 

Calcutta Cathedral, Monument to John Adam in, 34 

(?) Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence. 65 

Curat, Whipt, by T. T. (T. 15.) 284 

See Ridpeth. 

Calderon, (Don Rod.) Relation of Death of. (T.) 127 
Calderwood*s (Rev. D.) Church History of Scotland. 12 

(J.) Dying Testimony of ChriBt. in Scotland. 77 

Caledon'to Complaint. See Mure. 
Caledonia. See Chalmers. Darien. 
Caledonian Heroine, a Poem. Sec Colvill 

Mercury. 1745-47. . 100 

CaleTs (R.) More Wonders of Invis. World. 150 
Calendar. See Brady. Hone. Forster. 

QUendarium Naturale Magicum, 140 

Callander, Sketch of Scenery of. (S. P. 3.) 341 

(John) Letters from, to Geoige Paton. . 87 

Caliph Vathek, by Beckford. . 44 

Callcott^ (Lady) Life of Nic. Poussin. . 1 99 

Callimachus, Spanhemii. (V. G. C. 6.) . 224 

Calllope^s Cabinet open. See Salter. 

Cahnet, (Dom. A.) Traits sur les Apparitions. 141 

CalYinistic Purge. See Webster. 

Camberlyn, (J.B.) Eyckii immortnli Genio. (M.T. l.)341 

BukeUngi Gemo. (M. T. 2.) . . 341 

Cambridge Unirersity, History of. See Fuller. 

(Earl of) Last Speech of. (Cap. Cont.) 26 

'» (R.' O.) Poems. (E. P.) 42 

Camden's (William) Britannia, by Gough. 232 

! History of Q. Elizab. and K. James I. (C. IL) 249 

Cameron, (Dr. Archibald) Historical Account ofl 91 

Speech (intended) of^ at Elxecution. 

(Rot. R.) Life of, by Walker. 

's Predictions. 1680. (T.) 

42. 195 

CameroniaiUy NiUudale^ Minute Book of. 

Reoordi of Presbytery at Quarre/totai. 

Camo^ns, (L. de) Lusiad, by Mickle. (E. P.) 

L' Isle EnchanUfe. (V. I.) 

, Poema. See Almeida. 

CampagnedesAUi^ 1813-15. . . 48 

Campan, (Mad.) M^moircs sur Marie Antoinette. 324 
Campbell, (Alex.) Intro, to HLst of ScotUsh Poetry. 13 

Grampians Desolate. Poem. . 160.167 

Journeys through North Britain. . 14 

M'Kintosh's Gaelic Proverbs. . 86 

— - (Alex.) Cartulariimi Coul de Levenax. 281 

(Arch.) Lexiphanes. . 130 

Sale of Authors. . . 130 

(Arch.) Voyage round the World. . 253 

(aias.) Memoirs and Trial of. (S. T. 4.) 344 

(Lady Charlotte.) See Bur}'. 

(Collin, of Glendcroul) Letter to. (C. O. P. 2.) 100 

(Duncan) New Gaelic Song Book. . 169 

(Duncan) Life of. See Defoe. 

(Dr. Hugh) Case of Q. Mary and Q. Elizabeth. 23 

Love Letters of Queen Mar}'. . 23 

Detec. of Q. Mar} 's Love Letters. (H. P. T. 2.) 343 

(Sir Hug))) Essay on Lord^s Piayer. . 68 

(James) Treatise of Modern Faulconry. 157 

{Jos,) Ai^'le^s Letters to Lauderdale. 278 

(Dr. John) Descrip. of Scottish Highlands. (F.) 16 

Account of the Herring- Fishery. (T.) 16 

Sentiments of a Dutch Patriot 1746. 91 

Hermippiis Redivivus. See Cohausen. 

Lives of British Admirals, cont by Berkenhout. 253 

(Miss, of Zetland) Poems. . . 17 

(Mungo) Trial of, for murd. of Lord Eglinton. 297 

(Robert) Life of John Duke of Aigyle. 15 

(Thomas) Pleasures of Hope. . 1 95 

Gertrude of Wyoming. . . 195 

Poetical Works. . . . 160 

Specimens of British Poets. . 190 

_^ {MaJ.-Gcn.) Camp, of ArgyUthire Levies, 1746. 85 
Campbells, Account of Depredations on the, in 1 685-86. 3 
Campion, (Edm. Jesuit) Declnra. and Testim. of. 58 


3 A 


Campion, (E.) Arte of Eng. Poe«ie. (M.P.A. 1.) 177 
Camus^s Admirable Events, by Du Veiger. 1 03 

TriumphB of Love, by R. Burton. . 25 

Canada (Lower) Watchman. (1829.) . 133 

Canarie8*8(Rev.Dr.)Rome'B Add. toXonity. (7.2.) 286 
Canary Islands, Discovery and Conquest of. Glas. 253 
Canciani Barbarorum Leges Antiquae. . 251 

Canicola, (C. M.) Intertenimenti EstivL . 268 

Canning*8 (Geo.) Letter to Earl Camden. (M.P.28.) 186 

Speech on the Address, Jan. 1817. (P. P. 2.) 313 

Two Speeches on Bullion Report. (P. P. 5.) 813 

Speeches on Portuguese Affairs. (H. P. T. 1 1 .) 343 

Gr. Viz. Remarks on Clwms of. (M. E. P. 9.) 342 

Tribute in Verse to, by Jackson. (P. P. 20.) 343 

Lines on Death of, by Maude. (P. P. 12.) 343 

Cantalicio, (G. B.) Hist, di Consalvo de Cordova. 268 
Cant, (Rev. A.) Discourse on Renew, the Covenant 76 

(James) Notes on History of Perth. . 1 7 

Language, Dictionaries of. . 130. 131. 134 

See Carcw. Grose. Head. Smith. 

Canuel, (Gc<nenil) Guerre de la Vendue. 1815. 326 
Canzonettc Italiani, Quattro. (I. C. 1. 9-12.) 339 

Cai)acity and Genius, Essay on. See Mitchell. 
Capasso, (N.) Poesie Napoletani. (P. N.) . 57 

Capeirs (Arthur, Lord) Contemplations. . 26 

Capello, (Dr. P.) Corriero Infidele. . 106 

Capitani Illustri, Elogii di. . 268 

Capmany,(Don. A. de) OrdenanzasNa vales deAragon. 48 

Teatro de Eloquencia Espanola. 49 

Capriata's Wars of Italy. 1613-44. 263 

Capucin Fathers, Lives of Three. . . 250 

Capycii Carmen de Natlvitate Domini (P. T. 16.) 339 
Caraboo, Princess of Javasu, Impostures of. 140 

Carraccioli, Voyage de la Raison. (V. I.) 43 

Caradoc's History of Wales, by Wynne. 237 

Cardonnc's Eastern Miscellany. . . 43 

Care,(li.) Agrippa's Female Pre-eminence. (T. 3.) 108 

Pacquet of Advice from Rome. (C. T. 1.) 287 

Carew, (Bamp. Moore) King of the Beggars. 130 

(Sir G. Earl of Totnes) Regan's Hist (H. Hib.) 24 1 

Story of Richaid II. *s last being in Ireland, (ih.) 241 

(Richard) Survey of Cornwall. 243 

(Thomas) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Carey's (D.) Craig Phadric, &c. . 9 

(George) Contrivances, Opera. . 212 

(Pat.) TriviaU BaUads and Triolets. . 107 

Poems. .... 155 

Carey's (Pat) Trivial Poems, by Scott 155 

( Wm.) Descr. of West's Death on Pale Hona 180 

of Stothard's Pilgrims to Canterbury. 182 

Cargill'A ( Rev. D.) Life by Walker. . 65. 73 

Letter to his Paroch at Glaigow. 1681. 69 

Caricatures, Collections of. . 57. 830 

Carlaverock, Siege of, in 1300. See Xicolasi 
CarleU's (L.) Two New Playes. . . 215 

Carleton's (Sir D.) Letters from Holland. . 244 

(Capt Geoige) Memoirs of War in Spain. 231. 244 

(John) Ultimum Vale of. (T.) . 127 

(Mary, alias the German Princess,) Life. 127. 152 

Carlisle, (Comtc de) Ambassndes de. See Mi^. 40 

(Fred. Earl of.) Tragedies and Poems. 197 

Carminum Macaroniconun Delectus. See Duncan. 
Carnarvon's (Earl of) Moor, a Poem. . 202 

Game's (John) Letters from the East. . 286 

Carnegie, (J.) Trial of, forMurd. of Ld. Stnithmore. 297 






Camot, Mdmoires Hist, et Militaires. 
Caro, (Annibal) Vi^gilio. Eneide. . 

(Doro) Ncueste Novellen. 

Carolan, (Irish Harper) Commemoration of. (T.) 
Carolina, South, and Georgia, History o£ • 
Caroline, Princess of Wales, aft. Queen. The Book. 235 
Carpenter, (Geoigc, Lord) Life of. . 89 

Carpenter's (Rev. R.) Experience, History, &c 245 
Carpentier, Glossarium med. et inf. Tf**^»"it^ti!T. 251 
Carr versus Hood, Report of Trial o£ (P. & P. 7.) I9t 
Carriages, Early use of, in England. See Markland. 
Carrick, (Jas.) Account of the Robberies o£ (P. 1.) 297 
Carrion-Nisas, Dc 1' Organisation de 1' Arm^ 327 
Carruthers's (Adj.) Cavalry Instructions. . 298 

Carstares's (Principal) State Papers. . 4 

Carte's (T.) Life of James Duke of Ormonde. 27 

Carter's (M.) Analysis of Honor and Armory. 259 

Cartouche, Poifme. See Grandval. 
Cartularium Comitatus de Levenax. . 281 

Cartwright's (Dr. E.) Armine and Elvira. 164. 186 

(W.) Comedies, Tragi-Comedies, and Poems. 222 

(Poems. (E. P.) . . . 42 

Gary's (Earl of Monmouth) Memoirs. See Scott 

(John) English Atlas. . . 262 

New Itinerary of England, &c. . 335 

Caryl's (Rev. J.) Sermon at Lincolns Inn. 69 

(J.) English Princess. Tragedy. (O. P. 13.) 220 

Sir Solomon, Comedy. (O. P. 1 1.) . 220 

Casa, (G. della) Poesie. (P. I. 26.) . 55 



Cervantei, (Mig. de) Comedias y Entremeses. 

, Nouvelles Espagnoles. 

Don Quixote, tr. by Bloant 

, by Motteux and Oxell. 

, by Motteux and Lockbart 

, by SmoUett (B. N. L,) 

by Edw. Ward. 

See Avellaneda. Gayton. Sancho Panxa. 

Instr. and Entert Novels, by Shelton. 

Spanish Decameron, &c. 









Pendles and Sigismunda. . . 112 

Ce8pede^ (Don G. de) Gcrardo, the Unfort. Spand. 1 12 
Cew, The True. (M. T. a) • 288 

Cevennefl, Ware of the. See Cuvallier. 
Ceylon, Nar. of Eventsin. (War with Candy.X P.P.8.) 813 
Chafin's (Rev. W.) Anecdotes of Cranbourn Chase. 1 1 1 
Chalmere, (Alex.) British Essayists. 834 

English Poets. 41. 42 









Fielding^s Works. 

Johnson^s Works. 

(George) Caledonia. . 

Life of Thomas Ruddiman. 

Lifo of Mary Queen of Scots. 

Rem. on Spurious doc in Selden^ Tit. of Hon. 32 






Poetic Remains of Scottish Kings . . 

Sir David Lindsay^ Works. 

Allan Ramsay's Poems. 

Churchyard*i Chips concerning Scotland. 

Ilenryson's Robene and Mack3rne. 

(Rev. Jas.) Answ. to Letter on Sett of. (T. 15.) 66 

(Maigaret) Poems. . . 167 

(Rev. Dr. Thos.) Math. Pretens. of Sc. Clergy. 19 

Sermon for Destitute Sick, 1813. (S. 4.) 293 

Chamberlain's (W.) Love's Victory, Tragi Com. 217 

Wite led by the Nose. (T. O. P. 12.) 219 

Chambers's (Robt) Picture of Scotland. 87 

Scottish Ballads. . 160 

Scottish Songs. . . 160 

Notices of Fires in Edinburgh. . 183 

Hist, of Rebellions 1689 and 1715. (C. M.) 315 

H. of Rebellion 1 745. (C. M.) 315 

Traditions of Edinburgh. . 332 

SotiffS and Poems on King's VitU^ 1822. 97 

Songs in ScotVs Ladtf of the Lake. . 167 

(Wm.) Book of Scotland. . 87 

Chambre,( Da v.) Succession des Femmes.(Jebb.Col].) 12 
Chronicles of Kings of Scotland, 1611. 280 

Chambry, (Main, dc) Hift. de P Exped. de Ruasie. 825 
Chandler'* (Rev. Dr. a) Sermons on RebeL 1745. 311 

Thankigiving Sermon, 1746. (T. 6.) . 

(T.) Trial for Perjury. (R T. 14.) . 

Chansonniere Fran^ais, Quatone. . 
Chansons Folastres des Comediens. (F. 2.) 
Chapelle et Bachaumont, Vo}'age de. (V. I.) 
Chaplet, The, Musical Entcrtaimnent. (M. T. 4.) 
Chapman's (Geo. and Shirley'*) Tlie Ball, Comedy. 213 

Tragedy of Chabot ... 213 

Caesar and Pompcy, Tragedy. , 214 

Conspiracy and Tragedy of Byion. (O. P. 6. 7.) 215 

May Day, Comedy. ... 216 

Hymns of Homer, Ac. . . 175 

Chappuys, (Gab.) Torquemade, Hexaneron. 137 

Character of a Good Wife. (T. 8.) . 70 

, Paradoxical, of a Hairy MoMter. (P. P. 17.) 263 

Characten and Opinions, &c . . 238 

of the most conspicuoos Persona, Ac. 32 

of a Prison ond Prisoncre. See Mynshul. 

Charles I. Declaration resp. Tumults in Scotland. 3 

Procl. respi Scottish Service Book. (T. 4. 10. 1 a)79 

Letter from the Pope to, and Answer. (T. 3.) 284 

Letter to, from Mem. of H. of C. (T. 7.) 60 

Remonstrance of Gen. Assembly to. (T. 18.) 60 

Propositions of, to Irish Rebels. (T. 29.) 61 

Propositions of Irish Rebels to. (T. 61.) 61 

Declaration to Foreign ProL Churches. (T. 60.) 61 

Poetic Remains. See Chalmers. 

Reliquiae Sacrae Carolinae. inc. Eik. Baa. 258 

Entertain, at Richmond. Masque 1636. 213 

proved the Author of Eikon B. See Wordsvrorth. 

Ace of opening of Coffin of, 1813. See HaMbrd. 

Sermons on Martyrdom of. . 66, 80. 308 

See Brodie. Heylin. Kennett Mentet Sanderson. 

See CivU Ware. 

Charles II. Acts of 1st Scots Parlt of. . 11 

Act of General Indemnity. (T. T. 8.) . 30 

Royal Oak, or Progress ot (T. 7.) 59 

Boscobel Tracts reL to Escape of. See Hughes. 

Answ. of Pari, to his Dcclar. of 1650. (T. 6.) 62 

History of, to 1660, by Davie% 1660. 
Personal History of, to Restoration. 
Secret History of. 
Memoire of Court of, by Dunois. 
Declaration to, by Wenlock. 
Trials of Conspiraton against. 1662. 









Choice, The, a Poem. (M. P. 4.) . 

, by Pomfiret. (M. 13.) 

Chorle and Birde. See Lydgate. 
Choiseul, (Due de) ^Um. sur V Aff. de Varenne*. 328 
Choisy, (AbW) M^moires. (P. C.) . . 50 

Choisnin, (Jean) Mdmoires. (P. C.) . 50 

Chriemhildcn Rache, u. die Klage. . 100 

Christen Exhortation. See Coverdale. 

State of Matrymonye, by H. Bullinger. See do. 

Rule. See Tindall. 









Christian's Best Garment. (T, 1.) . 

Blessed Choice. (T. 2.) 

Christian, (Edw.) Blackstone^s Commentaries. 

(J.) Notices of E. & W. CTiristian. . 

Cbristiemus II. Daniac Rex. See Swaningi. 

Christine de Pisnn, Mt-moires. (P. C.) 

Christison, (Prof.) Life and Character of. (S. T. C.) 344 

(Prof. R.) Syllabus of Lectures. (T. S. 4.) 345 

Christmas, a Poem. See Moxon. 

Day, Sermon on. See Robinson. 

Prince, exhib. at Oxford, 1607, (M. A. 3.) 

Pye, Exaltation of, a Fragment 

Chronica dc Mailroe. (G. et F.) 

Chronicle of the Kings of England. See Dodsle} 

Fife. See Lament 

Perth, from 1210 to 160C. 

the year 1 744. (T. 2.) 

Chronicles of D. of N. of King of the Isles. (T.) 

Kings of Scotland. 1611. 

London Bridge. See Thomson, (R.) 

. Scottis. See Thomson, (Thomas.) 

Chronicon Ethel wardi. (Sav.) 

Coenobii Sanctae Crucis Edinburg. 

Nuremb. Buch d. Croniken, &c. 

Mirabile, &c. (Bee's Diary.) 

Chronique des Francais en Mor^e. (B. C.) 
Chroniqucs Byzantins, Fragmens des. (B. C.) 

Nationales Fran9aises. See Buchon. 

Church History of Britain. See Fuller. 

of England, Warning for the. (T. 13.) 

's Loyalty, New Test ot (T. 6.) 

by Defoe. (T. 6.) . . . 

Answer to. (M. T. 10.) 287. (T. 8.) 

\s Honesty, N. Test of. (T. 7.) 

Advances towards Rome. (C. T. 4.) . 

1 86 : Church of England, Common Prayer Book of. 1 78. 291 

305 Churchman, True Character of a. (T. 15.) 285 

Church of Scotland, Tracts relative to : 

Register of Mixiisters, Exhorters, &c. . 280 
Reporto of the SUte of certain Parishes. 1527. 282 
Apol. Relation of Sufferings of Ministers, &c 1 665. 69 
Apology for Persecuted Ministers of. 1677. 70 
Cloud of Witnesses, Last Speeches and Test &c. 71 
NaphtaU, or Wrestlings of; till 1 667. . 6*9 
Tracts relative to the Service Book, 1638. 79 
Declar. of Breth. for the Estab. Govert &c. 1658. 81 
Sufferings of, &c. since 1660. (T. S. £. 4.) 83 
Samson's Riddle, or. Bunch of Wormwood, &c. 286 
Protestation against Toleration, &c (T. U. 17.) 76 
See Howie. Shields. Stewart Walker. &c. 










Confut. of Manifesto, &c. of Cb. of Scot (C. T. 4.) 74 

Coll. of Pamphlets. . . 89. 90. 91 

Cburchiirs (Rev C.) Poems. (E. P.) 42. 110. 199 

Churchyard's (T.) Chippes, 12th Labour.(Q,E. P.3.) 265 

(Vs Entertainment in Sufrolk,&c.(Q.E. P. 9.) 266 

Sparke of Friendship. (Q. E. P. 14.) 266 

Pleanant Conceite, 1593. (Q. E. P. 18.) 266 

Farewell to Earl of Essex. (Q. E. P. 20.) 266 

Ovid de TrisUbus. ... 275 

Chips concerning Scotland. . . 167 

Funeral of Sir F. Knowles, (H. 9.) . 184 

Verses on Archbishop Whitgift (H. 12.) 184 

Worth ines of Wales. . . . 249 

Chytraei (Dav.) Chronicoi^ Saxoniae. . 99 

Gibber's (CoUey) Dramatic Works, . 159. 207 

Nine Plays, early editions. . . 222 

Non-Juror, Comedy. (P. 2.) . . 216 

Apologj' for his Life. . . • 207 

The Laureat, Explanation, &c. of Apology. 211 

Letter to Mr. Pope. . . . 211 

(Th.) Action against Mr. Sloper for Crim, Con, 130 

Lives of the Poets. (Shiela.) . 

Lives of Actors and Actresses. 

Ciceronis Opera, c. n. v. (V. L. C. 14.) 

Epistolas Familiares, Annot in. 

Officia, Teutsch. 

Ciceron, Traits; de Divination. 
Cicero's Familiar Epistles, by Webbe. 
Letters to his Friends, by Melmotb. 

Cicognini, ( ) Poesie. (P. I. 33.) 
Differ. l)etw. Liturgy of and Scott 1637. (P. 8.) 305 Cid, The. See Herder. Southey. 
Neces. of Peace and Union am. Members of. 306 

Cinna's Conspiracy, Tragedy. (O. P. 14.) 





Coclc Civil, Ck)nfcrence du, &c. 

Civil, Commentairc sur Ic. 

NapolcoiL, verbally translated. See Barrett 



Codes Fran^-ais, I^es Cinq, (Pailliet) 
Cogan, (H.) 3Iendez Pinto's Travels. 
Cohausen's (J. 11.) Hcrmippus Redirivus. 
Coin, Treatise of raising. See Locke. 

Scarcity of in Scotland. (P. T. 28.) . 311 

Cointreau, L' Amant Salamandre. (V. I.) . 46 

Coisy, (F. de) Chas. Stuart, Melodrame. (P. D. 6.) 845 
Coke's (Roger) Detection of Court and State. 237 

Two Treatises of Church and State,&c (T. 14.) 247 

Cold Bath Fields Prison, Papers relative to. 241 

Cold Year, The, 1614. (R. T.2.) 139. (M. A. 5.) 176 


Colden's (C.) Histor}' of Five Indian Nations. 

(C.) Memoir on New York Canals. 

Coleridge's (S. T.) Poetical Works. 

Christabel, Kubla Khan, &c. 

Piccolomini and Wallenstcin of Schiller. 

Sibylline Leaver 

Biographia Literaria. 


Coley^ (Ilenry) Key to Astrology. 
Coligny, (Gasp, de) M^moires. (P. C.) 
Collana Historica. See Ditte Candiotto. 
College Album, (Glasgow,) for 1830. 


Collier's ( Jn.) Tim Bobbin's Works, in Lane. dial. 

(Rev. Jcr.) View of the English Stage. 

Defence of View. 

(J. P.) Hist, of English Dramatic Poetry. 

Poetical Decameron. 

CoUingwood's (Lord) Life and Correspondence. 
Collins's (A.) Sydney Letters and Memorials. 

Peerage of England, by Brydges. 

Baronetage of England. 

(William) Poems. (E. P.) . 

Colloquium inter Dcum et Euam. (F. C.) 
CoUyer, (Mrs.) Gesner's Death of Abel. 

(and Mr.) Klopstock's Messiah. 

Colman, (Geor^ge) The Connoisseur. (B. E.) 

(George, jun.) Specimen of New Jest Book. 

.— — Broad Grins. .... 

Eccentricities for Edinburgh. 

Posthumous Letters of celebrated men. 

Random Records. 

Colmena, La, Coleccion de Ensayos, &c 




Colombi^re, (W. de la) Les Oracles Dirertisans. 141 

Traits des Songes et Visions Nocturnes. 141 

Palais de la Fortune. . 141 

Colonial Advocate, (U. Canada.) 1824-26. 261 

Colonixation of Ancient Free States, History ot 185 
Colours, Three Primitive, Treatise on. See Hayter. 
Cohen's (Rev. C. C.) Lacon. 202 

Columella de Re Rustica. (L. R. R.) 227 

Coluthus, by Fawkes. (E. P.) . . 42 

Colvill'A (Rev. R.) Six Occasional Poems. 176 

Colville'A (Sam.) Mock Poem, or Whigg's Supplica. 86 


Jl/bdt Poettty Part 2. 

Combe's ( W.) Dr. Syntax's Tour. 
Comic Poems, (Scotch.) See Brown of NewhalL 
Comical Dialogue between Maggy and Janet 160 

Comlers, (1' Aveugle) Ln Baguette juKtifi^. (T.) 108 
Commelini (Ilier.) Britann. Rerum ScriptoresL 27 

Commines, (Ph. de) Mtfmoires. . 37. (P. C.) 49 
Commissary Court of Scotland. Report from. (T. 5.) 295 
Common Prayer Book of Church of England. 178. 882 

' Complaint of a Lover's Life. . . 275 

i Com playnt of Scotland, by Leyden. . 141 

I Compleat Mendicant See Defoe. 

. Complimens de la Langue Fran9oi8e. (F. F. 7.) 115 
Componimenti Lirid, &c. d' Italia. Mathias. 88 

Connei (Geo). Vita Mariae. (Jebb Coa) . 12 

Condd, The Prince of. Tragedy. (M. P. 1.) 209 

Condor's (Jos. and 3Iisses Taylor) Associate Minstrela. 1 79 

Star in the East ... 198 

Conduct of Gr. Brit in Foreign Affairs. (P. T. 5.) 810 
Confession of Faith. See Covenant 
Confucius's Works, transl. by Marshman. . 84 

CongregationalChurches, Faith & Order of.(C.T. 1 1.) 287 






Way, Defence of the. (T. 25.) 

Congress of the Beasts, a Farce. 
Congrcve's (W.) Poems. (E. P.) . 

Five Plays. .... 

Wilson's Memoirs of Life of, by Oldmixon. 

Connoisseur, The. See Colman. Thornton. 
Connor, (Jack) History of, a Novel. 187 

Conrart, Mdmoires. (P. C.) . . 50 

Consal vo Ferrando, il gran Capitano. SeeCantalida 268 
Constable, (Arch.) Memoin of George Heriot 22 

Miscellany. . . 315 

Miss Seward'A Letters. . . 202 

(David) Berteville, Exped. en Ecosse. 277 



Court of Session, AcU of Sederunt, 1533-1553. 268 

Acts of Sederunt, 1553-1 790. . 263 

, Decisions of, 1678-1712, by Fountainhall 12 

, Comp. of Fac Decl752-1817,by Halkerston. 264 

, Fonns of Process before. See Beveridge. 

, Tracts relative to. (S. L. T. 2. 8. 11.) 


Court of Tuscany. Heir of Innes, Tragedies. 211 

Court Secret See Lyttelton. 

Courtici's (P. L.) Pleasures of Solitude. . 164 

Courtship, Art of^ refined. See Amorous Gallant. 

Religious. Sec Defoe. 

Coutt^ (ThoB. & Harriet) Memoirs of, (4 Tracts.) 183 

Covenant, (Nationall) or Con£ of Faith. (T. 16.) 70 

Covenanters. See CHiurch of Scotland. 

Covent Grarden Drollery. See Brome. 

Coventry Guide. .... 303 

Mysteries, See Sharp. 

Coventrj's (Prof. A.) Notes on Arable Land.(A.T.2.) 298 

(And.) Ubaldini, Desc di Scotia. . 278 

(Rev. F.) Lucina sine Concubitu. (D. F. P.) 204 

(G.) Enquiry rcsp. Author of Junius. 191 

(Sir Wm.) CTiaracter of a Trimmer. (T. 6.) 286 

Coverdale, (M.) Christen State of Matrimony. 107 

Exhortation to Cust. Swearers. . 107 

Cowley's (Abr.) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Poem on late CiWl War. (O.P.26.) . 157 

Works. 207. With Life by Sprat 297 

Guardian, a Comedy. . 217 

Poems. &C. (P. 5.) . 220 

See Grebner's Prophecy. 

Cowper's(L.Chan.)Sph.on8entRebelLords. 1715. 92 

(Thos.) Contin. of Lanquette^s Chronicle. 237 

(Wm.) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

Power of Grace illustrated. (T. 1 .) . 81 

Cox's (Jos.) Bloody-minded Gallows Thief-takers. 129 
Coxe's (Edw.) Valentine, a Poem. (P. & P. 18.) 192 


— Miscellaneous Poetry, 
(Henry) Tour through France. 

— (Peter) Social Day, a Poem. 

(Rev. W.) Memtnrs of Sir R. Walpole. 

Memoirs of John, Duke of Marlborough. 

Co}'pel, Aghi^. (C. F.) 
Crabbe's (Rev. Geo.) Poems. 



Tales of the HalL 

Craig's (John) Poems. 

Craig, (Sir Thomas) Obsermtions on Homage. 9 

Jus Feudale, cuib Baillie. . 12 

EpiUialamium Henrid et Mariae. • 17 

Life of; by P. F. Tytler. . . 21 

(J. T. Gibson) Papers resp. Mar. of Jat. VI. 278 

Craignethan's Dochter, a Fairy Tale. • 171 

Cnuner, (C. G.) Leben, &c. Erasm. SchleicheiBi 47 
Cramond's (Dr. H.) Outlines of Human Lifb. Ill 

Cranboum Chase, Anecdotes ot See Chafir. 
Crnniad, Tlic, a Poem. . . . 163 

Cranmer, (^Vrchbishop) Memorials o£ Strype. 236 

Crasso, (L.) Elogii di Capitani lUustri. • 268 

Crawford's Map of Dumfries-shire. . 260 

Crawfurd's (David) Memoirs of Afiairs of Seoiland. 6 

Courtship k hi Mode, Com. (O. P. 15.) 220 

(George) Lives of Scoto Officen of Cr. and St 2 

Peerage of Scotland. . . 12 

Renfrewshire, by Robertson. . 13 

Renfrewshire^ by Semple. • . 17 

(Rev. M.) Knox's Hist of Refoimation. 2 

(Thomas) Notes on Buchanan's History. 20 

(Rev. W.) Manual against Infidelity. 81 

Zion's Traveller. . . . 81 

(J. Lindsay) Case of, (Claim, of Cr. Peerage.) 264 

Exposure of Foigeries in. See Dobie. 264 

Crawshaw's (Richard) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Crebillon Pirc, CEuvres. ... 35 

— Fils, (Euvres. ... 3il 
Creech's (W.) Edinbuigh FugiUve Piecesi 17 

Trial of Brodiean^ Smith. . . 295 

Cresdmbeni, Storia degli Arcadi . . 38 

Cretin, (Guill.) Poesies. . . . 117 

Crichton'S (Rev. Dr. A.) Mem. of Rev. J. Blackader. 80 

Life and Diary of Colonel Blackader. 80 

(CoL) Direct for const cheap Sick-Beds.(T.) 16 

Crim. Justice, JRem. on adm. ot, in Scot (& T. 9.) 345 

Trials, illustrative of Heart of Mid-Lothian. 320 

Trials in ScoUand. See Amot Pitcaim. 

Crispin the Cobler's Confut of Ben Hoadloy. (M. 1.) 305 
Crito, Dialogue on Beauty. (D. F. P.) 204 

Croft^s (Rev. Sir Herbert) Love and Madness. 178 
Grafton's (Z.) Analeptis. Conaid. on Gauden. (T. 1.) 287 
Croker'S (J. W.) Battle of Albuera. (M. P. 1.) 168 

Battles of Talavera. (M. P. 2.) . 168 

Boswell'S Life of Johnson^&Tourto Hebrides. 1 88 

Lady Hervey*iB Letters. 189 

— Suffolk Conespondence. . 191 



D. (N.) Choice Soiigs. See Playford. 

D. (S.) Yew of Wonders. Poet Prophecy. (P.P.IO.) 268 

D. (T. F.) Hist, des Deux Chambres de Bonaparte. 326 

Daeraonologia, &c. See Delrius. Elich. Malleus. Mcngi. 

Daemonologie. See Home. Lude. Witchcraft, &c. 

Daedalus^s Advice to Lemnian Ministry. (P. 13.) 303 

Daipliantus. See Scoloker. 

Dalgamo^s (George, of Aberdeen,) Works. . 281 

Dalkeith. (Charles, Earl of). See Buccleuch. 

Dallas's (R. C.) Ode to the Duke of Wellington. 197 

(R. C.) Correspondence of Lord Byron. 1 95 

Dallawav, (Rev. J.) Constantinople, An. and Mod. 271 

Lady M. W. Montagu's Works. . 202 

Dairy m pie, (Sir David. See Hailes. 

(Sir Hugh) Reasons of Dissent, &c (P.T.23.) 31 1 

(Sir James) Apologie, 1690. See Stair. 277 

(Sir Jas.) CoUec. concerning Scottish Hist. 9 

Remarks on, by Gillan. . . 16 

(Sir John) Memoirs of Great Britain. 3 

(Baron) Observations on Entails. (T.) 19 

D' Alton's (John) Dermid, a Poem. . 253 

Essay on the History, &c. of Ireland. . 253 

DalyelU (Sir John G.) R. Bannat}'ne's Journal. 19 

Chartularies of See of Aberdeen. . 23 

Chartularies of Cambuskenneth, &c . 340 

Fragments of Scottish Histor}'. 4 

Lindsay's Cronydes of Scotland. . 8 

G. ^larioreybank'b Annals. . 23 

Records of Bpric. of Moray. . 340 

Scotish Poems of 16th Century. 173 

Dana, (R. H.) The Idle Man. 201 

Danby, (Earl of) Case o£ (T.) 30 

Dance aux Aveugles. See Michault 
Dancer's (J.) Nicomede, Tragi Com. (O. P. 16.) 220 

Agrippa, Tragedy. (O. P. 17.) . 220 

Daneau, (L.) Traits sur les Sorders, &c. . 142 

DiiUogueofWitchea 142 

Dangerfield, (Capt T.) Memoirs of. . 59 

Juvenile Rambles of. . . 132 

Daniae et Norvegiae Descriptio. See Zeiller. 
Daniel, John, Life and Adventures of. . 44 

(Sam.) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

Whole Works in Poetrie. . . 1 GO. 215 

Art of English Poesie. (M. P. A.) 177 

History of England to Edw. IIL (C. H.) 249 

Daniell's (Wm. R. A.) Voyage round Scotland. 232 
Danistoni (G.) Epist adG. Buchananum. See Pitcaim. 

Danonun Rebus gestis, Poema de. See Thorkelin. 
Gesta et Vestigia extra Daniam. 

Danske Folkesage, Thiele. 

Viser, Udvalgte, fia Middelalderen. . 

See Kaempe Viser. 

Dante, Divina Commedia. (P. I.) . 

, con Comment di Gabr. RossettL 

Comment on. See Tuafe. 

D' Anve^^ (Caleb) Arg. agt Excises. (P. & P. 7.) 222 
Danvers's (Col.) Murther will out (T.) 

(John) Royal Oake. (T.) 

D' Arblay's (Mad.) Evelina. 

Cedlia. .... 







Darcian^ a Tragedy. . . ' . 

Darien, Scots Colony at. Tracts on : 

Defence o^&c. .... 3.Sa 

Enquiry into Causes of Miscarriage of ft 

Proceedings of Company of, re^ Union. I(i 

Collection of Addresses, Memorials, &c . 22 

Letter from G^n. Ass. Conmu to Coondl of. (T. 8.) 82 

Lord Belhaven's Speech on. (T. 9.) . 82 

Caledonia, or Pedlar turned Merchant (O. P. 10.) 157 

Short Account of coming away from. (M. T. 2.) 287 

Scotland's Present Duty, &c. (M. T. 3.) 287 

Two Pamphlets relative to. (C. o. P. 1. 2.) 307 

Damley, (Henrici), et Mariae Reg. Epithalamium. 17 

Darrell'b (Rev. J.) Narrative of Lancashire possess. 149 

Relation of Will. Sommers. . 149 

Detection of S. Harshnef^ Disco?. 149 

Darwin, (Dr. Erasmus) Botanic Garden. 196 

Life of^ by Miss Seward. 202 

Daubome'B (Rob.) Poor Man's Comfort (O. P. 4.) 215 

Davenanfs (Chas.) Circe, Tragedy. (O. P. la) 220 

(Dr. C.) Modem Whig, aad Tom Double. 310 

(Sir W.) Works. ... 207 

Unfortunate Lovers, Tragedy. 213 

The Man's the Master, Comedy. 213 

Davenport, (R.) New Trick to cheat the Devil. 213 

(R. A.) Poetical Register. . 194 

Davezne, (/.) EpUre it Waller SooU, (P. T. 13.) 339 

David, Psalms ot See Psalms. 

Davidson's (Rev. H.) Two Sermons at Galashiels. 68 

(Rev. J.) Poetical Remains. 164 

(L. Maria) Amir Khan, &c. . 1 64 

( W,) Journal of a Levant Pirate, 130 

Davila, (E. C.) Guene Civil! di Francis. . 56 
Civil Warres of France, by Cotteiell. 262 



Desfore, Sir. {E, M, IL 5.) . . 103 

Deism Refuted ; or Truth of Xtaanity demonst 291 
Dckkcr's (T.) Wonder of a Kingdom. (O. P. 8.) 214 

If this be not a Good Play, the DeYil'ft inX €. 216 

Dclamer, (Lord). See Wanington, (Earl ct) 
%)elany'8 (Rev. Dr. P.) Sermons on Social Duties. 2dl 
Delanie, (Abb^) Rech. 8ur les Baides Annoiicains. 41 
Dclaune's (T.) Pea for Non-oonformista. See Defoe. 
Delitiae Poctorum Scotonun. A. Jooston. 1 1 

DcUoQ^s History of the Inquisition at Goa. (T. 1.) 286 
Dcloney's(Th.)Thomasof Reading. (Thomfl.7.) 103.104 

Strange Histories, Songs, and Sonets. 




Delrii (M.) Disquisitiones Magicae. 

Delti. See Moir, (D. M.) 

Demon de Socrate. (V. I.) , 

Demon of Spraiton, Devon, Narratire ot (T. 4.) 

Dcmonologie. See Bodio. Lancre. Loyer, &c. 

Demons, (J.) Sextessence Diallactique. 

Demonstration de la 4me. Partie du Rien. 

Dempsteri (T.) Hist Ecd. Gentis Scotonun. 

Montgomrii Cerasum ct S. P. &c. vers. Latin. 21 

Dempster, (F., Jesuite). See Menziea. 

Denbigh (Earl of) Rel. of Victor}- gained by, 1644. 60 

Denham's (Sir John) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Cooper^s Hill. (P. P. 13.) . . 305 

(Major) Travels in Africa. . . 231.253 

Denmark, History o£ (M. U. H. 29.) . 207 

Tours in. See Andersen. Smith, (R.) 

Dennis's (John) Usefulness of the Stage. . 210. 224 

Select Works, Poems, Plays, &c . 224 

Six Plays 219 

Rinaldo and Armida. (Ten. O. P.) . 222 

Julius Caesar acquitted. (S. T. 23.) . 306 

Monument to Mem. of William IIL(O.P. 17.)167 

Invitation to Steele. See Swift 

Denniston's (James) Legends of Galloway. 334 

Dcnnistoun, (Jas.) Moysie's Memoirs, . 278. 280 
Dcnovan's (J. F.) Hussar of Magdebuiy. (P. P. 3.) 312 

White Rose of Vilna. (P. P. 4.) . 812 

Dent, (John) Spousals, &c. of Ladye Harye. 275 

Deorum Fatidiconmi, &c Historia. . 153 

Depping, (C. B.) Sammlung Spanischen Romanzen. 55 
De Quincey, ( ) Popular Northern Tales. 335 

Dcrljy, The Earls of, &c by Heywood. . 230 

Biographical Sketch of C:k>unteB8 of. 1797. 239 

Derham's (Dr. W.) Life and Remains of John Ray. 247 
Dcring, (Sir C.) Tr. of ThomhiU forMurd. of. (T.l 0.) 293 

Derrick'k(&)Lettenftmii Liverpool, Chatter, &c 182 
Derschau, Betnchtuog, &c. ub. d. Religion. 54 

DesaugieTa, (M. A.) Ohansona. 47 

Le Terme d' un Regne. (R, M. 4.) . . 326 

Commencement de la Fin. (R. M. 5.) 326 

Description de V lie de Portraiture. (V. I.) 45 

du Sabbat (V. L) ... 46 

Deeeze'B Eloge of Duds, translated. (P. D. 10.) 345 
Desfontaines, Le Nouveau Gulliver. (Y. I.) 45 

Deslauriers, Fantasies de BmscambiUe. • 115 

Desmarais, (R.) Ciceron et Isocrate, de Divination. 141 
Desmoulins, (Cam.) M^moires. . . 324 

Destruction of Troy, Ancient History of the. 102. 1 U 
Deutsche Gedicht m. Eng. Ubersetz. See Beresford. 52 

Sagen u. Volksm&hrchen. 
Kinder u. Haus-M&hrchen. 


Deutscher Gcdichte, Sammlung. 

des Mittelalters. 

DeutschcB Dichter, StUcke der. 

Litteratur, Gesch. der. See Koch. 

Devil, Political History of tlie. See De Foe. 

The Mowing, in Hertfordshire. (T. 4.) 59 

The Merry, of Edmonton. . . 151 

on Two Sticks. See Drapier^s Club. Lesagc. Waid. 

Cromweirs Compact with the. (T.) . 58 

*8 Cloven Foot discovered. . . 68 

Cloyster, proving the Existence of Witches. 143 

Devils, The World possessed with. See Viret 
Devonshire, Histor>' of, &c. See Polwhele. 

Ordnance Map of. . . 234 

(Duke of) St Ursula. Guiscard and Sigismund. 275 

Diables de Loudun, Histoire dea. See Aubin. 144 
Dialogue betw. the Knight and his Man. (P.T. 11.) 309 

betw. T. Jones and J. Smith, ret from Flanders. 95 

between Smith and Ragouse, &c (T. 2.) 82 

between David Hume and Dr. Dodd. (M. P.l 7.) 186 

, Comical, between Maggy and Janet 1 60 

Dialogues,Two, betw. a Northumb. Gent and lusTen.1 57 
Diaz*8 (Bemal) Conquest of Mezioo, by Keatingo. 
Dibdin, (Rev. Dr. T. F.) Raatell's Chronides. 28 

's Bibliomania, 197. Jirtt edit. (J&. T. I.) 247 

Specimen of digested English Catalogue. 197 

Specimen of an English De Buie. . 197 

Bibliographical Tour in Fiance and Germany. 197 

Library Companion. . . . 197 

Typographical Antiquitief. . . 265 




Dioeto, (Bad. de) Hift Ang. (Twyad.) et (G. et F.) 27 
Dick^k (Bev. Jn.) Test toDoct ofCh. ofSoot (T.5.)284 
Dickson's (Rev. D.) Aim to Abent Dem. (T.6. 8.) 79 
_» True Christian Love. . . . 75 

— (Rev. James) Letters from the Bass. 76 

(Dr. W.) Hints on present Crisis. 1803. (T.T.2.) 31 3 

Dictionary of all Beligionflb See Defoe. 

(New) of Canting Terms. 

Dictionnaire ATgot-Fran9ais. 

Allemand-Fran9ois D. N. 

— — Hermetique. .... 

--I— des Girouettes, et Censeur du D. 

DictjTS et Dares de Bello Trojana (V. G. C. 7.) 

See Ditto et Darete. 

Diderot, (D.) Correspondance Allemande. (Grimm.) 37 

Dies, Picaia Giustina. See Ubeda. 

Diet of Poland. See De Foe. 

Dieij (J. >L the Empecinado,) Military Exploits of. 36 

Different Widows, The, Comedy. (O. P. 15.) 219 

Difficulties, Ac. of stud, the Scriptures. (P.S.T. 2.) 135 

Digby,(LordG.) Defeat of; by theScots.l645.(T.35.)61 

Digges's (Sir D.) Compleat Ambassador. . 23 

(Leonard) Gerardo, the Unfortunate Spaniard. Ill 

Prognostication Everlasting. . 124 

Dilke^(C.W.)01dPlay8 ; contin. of Dodslcy'sColL 209 

(Thomas) Lover'* Luck, Comedy. (O. P. 19.) 220 

Dillingham's (Bev. Dr. W.) Sir F.Vere'a Comment. 187 
Dillon, (John) Hamilton's Lanarkshire and Benfr. 280 

"9 (J.G.) Conaid. onBoyalMarriageAct(P.T.l.)312 

(Bev. B. C.) Lord Mayor's Visit to Oxford. 193 

Duna, (San, II Buon Ladrone) Vita di. 
Dinan, a Bomance. 

Dingley's (Bobert) Deputation of Angels. 
Dionysii Halic. Hist Bomana, Gelenii. 
Diplomatarium Ama-Magnaeanum. 
Direction to a Painter. (T. 7.) 
Diiectoire Executid See Thibaudeau. 
Diseases of Bath, a Satire. (P. P. 18.) 
D' Israeli'* (I.) Character of James I. 
>— . Calamities of Authors. 

— Literary Character illustrated. 
..-.. Curioiities of Literature. 

— Quarrels of Authors. 
Diurnal of Bemarkable Occurrents. 1513-75. 
Ditto et Daiete, Guerra Trojana, da Porcacchi. 
Diversarum Gent Hist Antiq. Script Tres. 
Divorce, The Fatal, a Tragedy. (T. O. P. 18.) 



Dixmerie, Voyage d' Espagne. (V. I.) . 45 

L' Isle Tadtume. ( V. I.) 45 

L' Isle Enjou^. (V. I.) . . 45 

Dobie's (James) Examination of Crawfurd'* Claim. 264 
Dob8on,(Edward) Articles of Treason against (T. 1 1 .) 60 
Dodd, (Bev. Dr.) See Dialogue. 

(Bev. W.) Funerals of Edward VI. . 275 

Doddington's (Bubb, Lord Melcombe) Diary. 255 

Doddridge's (Bev. Dr. P.) Life of Colonel Gardiner. 97 
— Two Sermons at Northampton, Feb. 1746. 9B 
Dodsley's (Bob.).Chron. of Kings of Eng. (J. T. 3.) 129 

Travels of Tom Thumb. . 249 

Poems. (E. P.) ... 42 

Annual Begister. . 32i» 

Fugitive Pieces, by several Authors. 204 

Collection of Poems. . . 16a 

Collection of Old Plays. . 208 

See Ancient British Drama. 

Dodwell's (Edward) Tour through Greece. 239 

Dog-Breaking, Observations on. Floyd. . Ill 

Dogs, Sporting. See Sportsman's Cabinet 
DoggefS (Thomas) Country Wake, Com. (O. P. 20.) 220 
Dolamy's Primerose. See Baynold. 
Domestic Economy, Philosophy of. See Sylvester. 
Dom Banucio d' Aletes, Historic de. . 20<) 

Don, a Poem. .... 18 

Quixote. Sec Cer>'ante8. Avcllaneda. 

Bodrigo, Historia verdadera del Bey. 121 

Donaldson's (H.) Sketch of Lord Kinedder. (P.T. 4.) 389 

(J.) PUl for Pork-Eaters. (T.) . 1 8 

Doncaster, History of Deanery of. See Hunter. 
Donean Tourist, by Laing. ... 23 

Donellan, (Capt J.) Trial of, for Murder. (T. 3.) 29G 
Donne's (Dr. John) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

First and Second Anniveraaric, &c. 107 

Life, by Walton. (W. L.) . . 193.257 

Dons des Enfims de Latone. See Serr£ de Bieux. 
Doolin de Mayence. . . . 105 

von Mainz, Bitteigedichte. . . 103 

Doppet, (G^tfral) Memoires. . 324 

Dorsefi (SackviUe, R of,) Poems. (E.P.)42.(W.C.A) 1 68 

(Mrs.) Peacock at Home. 193 

(St. John) Montezuma, Tragedy. 209 

Double Descent, a Poem. (O. P. 2.) 157 
Douce, (Francis) Arnold's Chronicle. 28 
niustiationsofShakspeare. 210 



Douglas, or the Field of Otterburn. . 335 

Douglas. See Home. Wilson. 

and Angus Houses, History of. See Hume. 

(David) Fall of Constantinople. 179 

Visions of Taste. . . . 179 

(Lady Elinoi) Appeal o£ . . 62 

(Bishop Gawin) VirgU's iEneis. . 12 

Palice of Honour. . . . 277 

(Sir George) Life and Death at, by Fowler. 229 

L (Sir Howard) Naval Gunnery. . 298 

Statement, &c on Breaking the Line.(T.&P.2.)345 

Review of, (from Edin. Review.) . 298 

(Sir Robert) Peerage of Scotland. . 1 1 

Baronage of Scotland. . . 11 

(Rev. Robert) Observations on Oaths, (a T. 2.) 19 

(R. K.) Scottisli Poems and Songs. . 163 

Down, County, History of. See Smith. 
Downefal of Temporising Poets, &c. (T. 1.) 59. 128 
Downcb^s (J.) Roscius Anglicanus. . 209 

Downing's (CI.) History of Indian Wars, &c 26 

Dowriche's (Rev. H.) Jaylor's Conversion. 75 

Drake's (Dr. Jas.) Anc and Mod. Stages Surveyed. 224 

Historia Anglo-Scotica. . . 8 

Memoirs of Earl of Leicester. . 258 

Memorial of Church of England. (T. 6.) 293 

(Dr. X.) Essays on Tatlcr,Spectator,Guardian. 1.04 

Rambler, Idler, &c 

Shakspearc and his Times. 

Dmma, Ancient and Modem, British. 

English, purified, by Plumptre. 

Letter on Present State of the, (D. P. 4.) 

Drapier's Club, Hue and Cry after. (I. M. 7.) 

Drayton's (Michael) Poems. (E. P.) 

— Polyolbion. .... 

Works. .... 

Dreams, General History oL 

and Visions, Treatise of. See Tryon. 

Dreghom's (Maclaurin, Lord) Philos. Opera. (T.) 

Parody on Gray's Elegy. (P. P. 3.) . 

Drennan's (Dr. W.) Fugitive Pieces. 
Dre8serus,(M.)DeFe8ti8DiebusChr.Jud.etEthn. 137 
Drinking, Law of. See Brathwait (R.) 
Driver's (H. A.) Arabs, a Tale. 

Afarct lio, and other Poemt, 

Drolleries. See Brome, (Al.) Westminster. 
Drummer of Tedworth, Story of. Comedy. && 
Drununond's (Rev. John) Case of Ensign Oswald. 








Drummond'b (Rev. R. H.) Town Eclogue. (T. 1.) 79 
~^— (Abp. of York) Sermons on Public Occasions. 292 

(William, of Hawtbomden) Works, by Sage. 11 

Polemo-Middinia, Essay on, trans, by J. C. (T. 7.) 82 

Poems. (E. P.) ... 42 

Poems. (M.C.) . 281 

(Rev. Dr. W. H.) First Book of Lucretius. 164 

Giant's Causeway. Poem. . 167 

Drunkards, Warning to. See Hart. 

Drunken Bamaby'fe Joumies. See Brathwaite. (R.) 

Drury's (Robert) Captivity in Madagascar. 

(Rev. H.) Cocke Lorell'S Boat 

Life of St Robert of Knaresborough. 

Drjden's (John) Poems. (E. P.) 

Poems, (12.) early editions. 

Poems by. (C. P.) . 


Absalom and Achitophel. (I. M. 13. & P. P. 1.) 304 

Eleonora. (P. P. C.) . . . 30.5 

Miscellany Poems, 203. (and Nichols.) 194 

Life of Lucian. ( W.) . 203 

Conquest of Granada, Three Tracts against 211 

Sixteen Plays, Tracts, &c. . 218 

(and Howard's) Indian Queen. (P. 2.) 215 

Viigil, (E. P. 42.) ... 227 

— Milboume's Notes on. 203 

Juvenal and Persius. (E. P.) . 42 

Alexander's Feast (P. P. 12.) . 230 

Absalon et Achitophel. (P. 2.) 189. (R. T. 1 6.) 286 

Works, and Life, by Sir Walter Scott 231 

(Jn. jun.) Husband his own Cuckold. (D. P.5.) 218 

Voyage to Sicily and Malta. 1700. . 255 

(J.) Appian's Histor}-. . . 262 

Dublin HistSoc. andFellowsof T.C.Tran8.(D.T.2.)215 

Dunces, Libel on. Epistle to Dunkin. (I. M. 9.) 304 

Conjuror. See Har\'ey. 

St Patrick's Hospital, Charter o£ (T.) 16 

Stove Tenter House, &c (D. P. 1. 2.) 313 

City, Phm of. ... 314 

Gaelic Society, Transactions ofl 315 

Weekly Gazette, 28th Sept 1816. (D. P. 2.) 313 

See Mason. Wright 

Dubois, Le Jaloux Tromp€, Com^die. (F. F. 6.) 117 

(Edward) Essay on Histor>' of Whittington. 133 

My Pocket Book. ... 182 

Mcnnis and Smith's Poems. . . 172 

Dubourdieu, James, Adventures and Deliverances ot 43 
Du BrcUil Pom^ Treite du Cavalier. . 119 



Letters of. 


Duca, (Angelo del) Prodezzeed Impresc. (S.N.I.4.) 340 i Dundee, (.T. G. Viscount) Memoirs of. (^lis. Scot) 7. 20 
Ducange, Glosfiariuin med. et inf. Liitinitatis. 251 

Glofsarium med. et inf. GraecitatiK. . 251 

Hirt. de Constantinople, sous les Frany. (B. C.)50 

Ducerceau, Contes ct Nouv. en vers. . Wii 

Duchesnii (And.) Hist. Normannorum Scriptores. 



Duchess, The Unfortunate. (T. 2.) . 135 

Ducbesse de Afedo, Nouvelle. . . 47 

Ducis, Deseze's Eloge of, translated. (P. D. 10.) 345 

Duck's (Dr. A.) Life of Archbishop Chichelc. 257 

Duclos, (M^moires.) (P. G.) . . 50 

Acajou et Zirphile. (C. F.) . . 45 

Duelling, Dissertation on, by Hey. (M. T. 1.) 312 Dunn's 3Iap of Celest and Terrest. Hemisphere. 260 
Duels, Hist of. See Selden. Paris de Puteo. Maas^. Dunois's (Countess) Court of Charles II. . 244 
Du FaU, (Noel) Contes et Disc, d' Eutiapel. 1 19 j Dunstan, (Sir Jeffrey) Fugitive Pieces of. ICl 
Balivemeries. Contes nouveaux d' Eutrapel. 166 [ Dunton's (Jn.) Athenian Oracle. 138. Ath. Sporta. 138 

DundonaldXA., E. of) Ans. tomist. ab.Coutts.(M.4.)ni3 
Dunfermline, History of. See Femie. Mercer. 
Dunkeldensium Episcoporum Vitae. See Myln. 
I)unkeldiensi5 Ponti% Comp. Mag. Fabrice. 
Dunkirk, Relation of taking of. (Mor. Mem.) 
Dunhip's (W.) Memoirs of C. B. Brown. . 

Memoirs of G. F. Cooke. 

Dimlop's (James) Papers rel. to Scottish Archers. 201 

(Jolin) History of Fiction. . .191. 334 

Poems on several occasions. . 1 92 


Duff, (of Muirtown) CuUoden Papers. . 3 

Duffett's (T.) Mock Tempest (Dr}d- 6.) . 218 

Dafresne, (A.) Samuel Harcourt. . 41 

Dufresnoy (L.) Hist de la Philosophie Hermetique. 140 
Dugdale'fc (Sir W.) View of the Troubles in Eng. 252 
Duguay Trouin, Mtfmoires. (P. C.) . 50 

Du Gu^ Trouin's Memoirs. . 238 

Duke of Mantua, Tragedy. . . 211 

Duke's (Richard) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Dumas, (G^n.) Prifcis des Ev^emens Militaires. 324 
Dumfries Remonstrance, §c. 1650. (T. 7.) . 62 

Dumfries-shire, Agric Rep. of. 30 1 .Crawford's Map of. 2 60 
Du Moulin's Advan.of Ch. of Eng. tow. Rome.(T.4.)287 

(Dr. P.) Problemes cone. Religion. (T. 5.) 62 

Dumouriez, (Gen.) M^moires. . . 324 

Duncan's (Rev. Alex.) History of Revolution, 1688. 8 

Preservative against Infidelity. . 81 

Devout Communicant . . 292 

(Dr. A.) Carminum Macaronicorum Delectus. 190 

Viper and File, im. from Phaedrus. ( P. & P. 9.) 1 92 

Edinburgh Monumental Inscriptions. 201 

Letter on Lunatic Asylums. (T.) . 14 

(Richard) Literary History of Glasgow. 280 

Dunciad, The New, 1741. . 1 82 

Dundas, (Ja.) Inform, ag. 13. Inform, for. (T.) 13 

Speech for, in case of Imp. (T.) 15. (P. 3.) 308 

(John) Acts of General Assembly abridged. 68 

Process agalqst Alexander Bell of Linlithgow. 97 

(President) Present State of Scotland. 18, 93 

(Robert) Mclvill's Diary. . . 279 






England's Vanity. 

Frank Scammony. 

Ladies' Dictionary. 

Life and Errors. 

3Ierciful Assizes. 

Neck or Nothing. Letter to CurlL 

Preaching Weathercock. 

Dupin, (Bar. C.) Voyages dans la Gmnde Bretagne. 267 

Mtfm. sur la Marine, ^c. d'Angleterre. 

Lettre sur Racine et Shakspeare. 





Dundee, Statistical Account of. See Small. 

Duppa's (R.) Life of Michael Angelo. 

Memoirs of Richard Glover. 

Durand de Maillane, Mc^moires. 

D'Urfcy's (Tom) Pills to Purge Mehincholy. 

I'ourteen Plaj-s. 

Durham, Hist of. See Raine. Rud. Surtecs. Bartlet. 

(Rev. James) Blessedness of Death, &c. 69 

Testament to Church of Scotland. . 75 

Dusaulx, Mdmoires sur la Bastille, . 323 

Dutch Prayer Book, . . • ^^-'^ 

Dutens, (Rev, L.) Tables gen. des Ileros de Romans. 105 


Duval, (A.) Edouard en Ecosse. (P. D. 5.) 
Duvillurs, (Baron) Mtfmoires. (P. C.) f 

Dyce's (Rev. A.) Greene's Dramatic Works. 

Webster's Works. 

Fletcher's Humorous Lieutenant. 

Peele's Works. 

Dyche and Pardon's English Dictionary. 
Dyer's,(Geo.of Exeter) Ancient Modes of Names,&c. 1 56 
(John) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

381 3C 


E. (T.) Christ only Exalted. (S. & T. 10.) 292 

Eachard'8(Dr.)CoQtempt of Clergy, Ana. to. (E.T.2.)250 
Eadmeri Historia Novonim, Seldeni. . 27 

Earlston^s (Lady) Soliloquies, &c. . 71 

Eartham, an Epistle to a Lady. . . 165 

Earthquake in Jamaica, 1 692, Letters on. (T. 11.) 74 
Ea&tburn's Yamoyden, Tale of Wars of K. PhUip. 180 
East India Co.'s Monopoly, Q. as to ren. ot (P.T.2.) 312 
Eaton and Taylor's Def. of Congrega. Way. (T. 25.) 285 

(Mrs.) Rome in the 19th Century. . 256 

Eccentric Biography. . . . 184 

Female Biography. . . 134 

Magazine. See Laing. 

Echard's (L.) Terence's Comedies. 227 

Eclipse, (L') ou V Effet dcs Astrcs. (F. F. 2.) 117 

Echo dcs Salons dc Paris, 1 1 4- 1 5. . 325 

Edda, Den iEldre, ved. F. Magniissen. . 86 

Snoironis, Isl. Dan. Lat ReseniL 99 

Eddius. (G. et F.) ... 27 

Eden's (Sir F.) Brontes. Canto to Nelson. (P.& P.2.) 1 92 

(R.) Arte of Navigation. See Curtis. 

(W.) Letters to Lord Carlisle, 1 779. (M. T. 5.) 812 

Edgcumb's (Sir R.) Voy. to Ireland in 1488.(H.Hib.)24 1 
Edge HiU, or Family of Fitz Royals. 
Edgworth's (Maria) Popular Tales. 

Moral Tales. . 

Tales of Fashionable Life. 


Harrington and Ormond. 

Comic Dramas. 

(R. L.) Memoirs. 

Edinburgh Annual Register. 

Law Journal. (S. L. T. 13.) 

■ Magazines. 

Philosophical Journal. 

Journal of Science. 

Review of Sir H. Douglas's Pamphlet 

323. 329 

— Calumnies of, agt Oxford refiit See Coplestone. 

— Calumnies of, on Pitt refuted. (P. P. 3.) 313 

— Lord Elgin's Letter to Editor o£ (T. 1 .) 1 90 

— Att on Erskine'h Speeches, Exp. of. (P.l 1.) 192 

— PoUticks o^ in 1807. (P. 5.) . 812 
— Jeffrey "kRep. to Thelwall'b Letter to.(S.T.2.) 80 
Gazetteer, or Geographical Dictionary. 303 
Miscellany, Poems, &c. 21. 161 
Plans o^ by Kirkwood, Gordon, &c. . 260 
Twelve Etchings of. See Peterson. 

Edinburgh, Craftsman'^ Banner of. . 

Dancing Assembly, Letter on. 

Fire in 1700, Sermon on. See Scott. 

Fires in 1824, Views of. 

, Report on Sufferers by. (S. T. 1.) 

.; , Letter to Haldane on. (S. T. 2.) 



Friendly Insurance, Articles of. (P. T. 22.) 

Fugitive Piece?. See Creech. 

Int of, to elect Mr. F, Member of P. (O. T. 2.) 284 

Improvements in 1823, Account of. . 299 

Luckenbooths, Cause of taking down. (T.) l.^ 

Merchant's Maiden Hospital, Rules of. (P. 4.) 305 

Oil Gas Company's Act of Parliament 270 

Outlines of, and other Poems. . 10 

Presbytery, Admon. agt Douglas. (D. T. 10.) 10 

Prophetical Warnings to. . . 7'A 

Three Pamphlets respecting, in 1745-46. 97 

Society for Irish Education, Report (D.P. 1 1 .) 31 3 

Sett of James VI. for Government of. (T. 4.) 70 

Town Council, Acts for ditto, 1683. (T. 5.) 70 

Town C. Regul., 1 784, Rem. on. ( P. T. 37.) 311 

Town Council, Protests in, 1741. (P. T. 29.) 31 1 

Turnpike Act, Letter respecting. (P. T. 33.) 81 1 

Trials for Murder, &c. in Streets of. . 152 

University, Historj' of. See Bower. 

University, Gratulatory Address to. See Robb. 

See Amot Heriot Holyrood. Maitland. Chambers. 

Edmar and Elwinna. . . . ] 7(> 

Edmonstone's (Dr. A.) State of Zetland Isles. 1 9 

Edmundes's (CI.) Observ. on Caesar's Commentaries. 1 40 
Edward the Martyr, King, Ballad. See Rose. 

III., History ot. See Barnes. 

by Daniel. (C. H.) . . . 249 

IV., Habmgton's History of. (C. H.) 249 

v.. Sir T. Mere's History of. (C. H.) 249 

VI., Sir J. Hayward's History of. (C. H.) 249 

Funeralles of. 1560. . . 275 

Edwards, (Rev. Jon.) Life of David Brainerd. 71 

(Miss) Miscellanies. . . 164 

(Rev. Th.) Gangraena, Catalogue of Heresies. 83 

Answer to, by CiK>odwin. 88 

'Edwin and Anna, a Northumbrian tale. 112 

(John) Eccentricities of. • . 209 

*& Last Legacy, Oddities, Songs, &c. 161 

Egan's (Pierce) Boxiana. . 135 

Sporting Anecdotes; . . . 135 

Trial of ThurteU and Hunt (P. W. M. 4.) 296 



Effer, Sir, Sir Graham^ i Sir Cfray'Steel.{E,M.PA2.) 104 

TranscHpt/romEdiium of 1711. . 108 

Egerton, (Lord Chanc.) Life of, by Ld. Bridgewater. 230 

(Loid Fr.) Goethe's Faust, &c. . 199 

—i.. Translations from the German. . 199 

Hemani, translated from V. Hugo. . 199 

...» (John) Theatrical Remembrancer. . 208 

( W.) Memoirs of Mrs. Oldfield. (M. T. 7.) 224. 1 30 

Eglintoun, (Earl of) Trial of Campbell for Murd. of 297 
Eglisham's (Dr. George) Forerunner of Revenge. 62 
Egloghe Boscherecce Ital. (P. 1. 1 6.) . 55 

EgyUi Skallagrimii Vita. . . . 100 

Egypt, History of! (A. U. H. 1. a M. U. H. 11.) 205-6 

See Miot. Passalaoqua. Salt Sherer. Wilson. 

Ei»ff B»rsXi«f|. See Charles I. Wordsworth. 

— . )tvrff «. See Charles II. 

Einersen, (H.) Kongs-Skugg-sio. Speculum Regale. 63 
Elcho's (Lord) Ace, o/Afairt in 5t»tf and, 1744-46. (T.)23 
Eldin, (John Clerk, Lord) Clerk's Etchings. 261 

Election Procedure of Scots Representadre Peers. 33 
Elegy on Trottin' Nanny. (P. P. 2.) . 163 

EUgin Literary Magazine. . • 227 

"B (Earl oO Letter to Edit of Edin. Rev. (T. 1.) 190 

Elibank's (Lord) Letter to Lord Hailes. . 5 

. Elich, (P. L.) Daemonomagia. • • 141 

Elizabeth, Royne d* Angleterro, Vie de. . 24 

_ (Q.) Declaration of Campion^ Treason against 58 
-^— Progresses and Processions of. See Nichols. 

and Earl of Essex, Secret History ot 109 

See Birch. Digges. Forbes. Naunton. Osborne. &c 

Elliot's (Rev. R.) Detached Verses. (P. P. 3.) 194 
Ellis'9 (George) Spec, of Early English Poets. 105 
^^-^ Spec, of Early English Metrical Romances. 105 
^^^ CoUeeHon of Metrical Romances. • 105-6 

(and Way's) Fabliaux, from Legrand. 18 

(Sir H.) Journal of Embassy to China. 239 

(Sir H. of Brit Mus.) Fabyan's Chronicle. 27 

.^.- Hardyng's Chronicle. • • 27 

— Letters illustrative of English History. 236 

Tract on Border Topography. (T. A. &c 8.) 338 

-..-. (W.) Tour through HawaiL . . 31 

~-^^ Stewart's Residence in Sandwich Islands. 238 
Elphinstone's (Hon. M.) Account of CaubuL 239 

Elwes, (John) Life of, by Topham. . 135 

Elys'b (Edm.) Observations on Books. (S. T. 68.) 307 
Emblems. See Aldat Burton. Wither. 
Emigration from Unit Kingdom, Third Report on. 270 

Empecinado, The. See Diez. 

Empires, East and West, Hist of. (A. U. H. 14. 1 5.)20G 
Encyclopaedia Britannica : Supplement, by Napier. 265 
Endtcr, (J. A.) Theatrum Sympatheticum. J 33 

England, (Dick and Captain) Life of. . 152 

England, Chronicle of Kings of. See Dodsley. 

, Affection of People of, best Secur. &c. (P.T.7) 308 

, Answer to. . . (P. T. 6.) 88. 308 

, Grand Concernment of, 1659. (T. 12.) 62 

, DecUr. of Commons of, 1648. (M. T. 2.) 288 

. Declar. of Civil Wnrs in. (T. 12.) . 



^ Deliverance of, from Northern Presbytery. 

- and France, Social Life of. See Berr}'. 
^ Free State of People of (M. T. 23.) . 
-, Hist (Short) of Kings of. (T. 21 .) . 
^ History of,to Peace of Paris. (M.U.H. 39. 40.) 207 
^ Present Interest of, 1683. (T. 3.) . 284 
-, Interest of maintained. (T. 57.) . 61 
^ Sixth Letter to People of, 1 757. . 93 
■, Miseries o^ from domestic Enem. (O. P. 1 1.) 157 
-, National Excellencies of See Heath. 

-, State of, in 1588. ... 97 

^ State of Nation. 1747-1748. . . 93 

-, Three Treaties betwixt, and Scotland. (T. 30.) 61 
-, Warning to, 1698. (T. 10.) . . 70 

-, Worthies of. See Anglorum. Fuller. Winstanley. 
-'s Parnassus. See Allott 

- Pressures. See Smith. 

- Remembrancer. Pari. Vict (T. 4. 19.) 

- Reformation, a Poem. 

- Summons, 1654. 

- Vanity, Pride in Dress and AppareL . 

- Helicon. (M. A. P. 12.) (B. B. 3.) . 






English Adventures, by a Person of Honour. 116 

Clergy, Principles and Pract of,1710. (P.T.4.) 308 

Gentleman's Travels to Rome. . 133 

Friend's Stanzas to Spanish Patriots. (P. 1.) 1 87 

Phrases and Epithets, Specimen of . 1 88 

Rogue, Meriton Latroa. See Head. 

Swindler, Adventures of the. . 130 

The, in Italy. ... 335 

Englishman, The. Sequel to the Guardian. 316 

Engraved Portraits, Prints & Drawings,Portfolio8 of. 380 
Enthusiasm, Danger of Epistle to Quakers. (T. 4.) 78 
Entretiens des Voyageurs. ... 35 

Epaphroditus and Epaphras, Conf betw. (T. 11. 12.) 67 
Epics of the Ton, a Poem. . . 192 



Epicteti Enchiridion, BlancardL ( V.G.C. 5. 8.) 2*24. 225 ; EaeajB upon Modem Gallantry. 


Episcopacy, Antiq. and Neceaaity of. (C. T. 7.) 290 
Episcopal Clergy of Scotland, Tracto leL to, (1G90.) 83 

Queries and Protestation of, (1703.) 290. (T. 4.) 84 

Case of. and Remarks upon. (C. T. 1 1 . 1 3.) 290 

Epistle to A. Pope from South Carolina (P. P. 7.) 263 

to the Public, a Poem. (T. P. M. 7.) . 16 

on Uscand Improvement of the Stage. (P.P.28.) 263 

Epistolae Ecclesiasticae et Theologicae. . 270 

Obscurorum Virorum. See Huttcn. 

Epithalamium on Marriage of Rochfort. (I. M. 3.) 304 
Equitable Assurance Society, D. of Sett & Bye Laws. 32 
Era8mi(Des.)Colloquia.Schrev.(V.L.C. 17.) 226.228 
Erasmus's Colloquies. . . . 139 

Erizzo, (Seb.) Le Sci Giomate. . . 121 

Ernst, (Herzog) Historic vom. . . 53 

Erskine's (Hon. A.) Town Eclogue. (F. S.) 69 

(Sir D.) Mary Q. of Scots. . . 166 

Airyfonnia.(V. P. P.4.) . . 342 

(Re?. ElKjn.) Three Sermons. (T. 2. 3. 4.) 66 

Viper shaken off. (T. 6.) . . 66 

Five Sermons. (F. S.) . . 69 

Sermon on Good Works. (T. 4.) . ^ 70 

Cr}' from the Dead. Ghost of Mr. Guthrie. 76 

Coll. of Sermons at renewing Covenant. 74 

Acts of General Assembly resp. 1733. (P.T.35.) 31 1 

(John) Institute of Law of Scotland. 264 

Principles of Law of Scotland. . 294 

(Rev. Dr. John) Letters of Comfort, &c. (T. 2.) 81 

(Rev. Ralph) FAegy on Mr. Cuthbert. 65 

Elegy on Mr. Hamilton. . . 65 

(T. Lord)Speeche^Exp.of Att.on.(P.& P.ll.) 192 

, ( Wm. Lord Kinedder) Sketch of. (P. T. 4.) 839 




Eschenbach, (Wolf von) Das Heldenbuch. 100 

Eschenburg, (J. J.) Denkm. Altd. Dichtkunst. 54 

Espana, Sumario de los Reyes de, por Llaguno. 48 
Esquemeling's Hist, of Bucaneers of America. 127. 140 
Essay on Capocity and Genius. See Mitchell. 

on Conversation. (P. P. 14.) . . 263 

on the vicious Bent,&c. of the Times. (P.P.22.) 263 

on Design and Beauty. (P. P. 8.) . 312 

on Gibing. (M. T. 1.) 238 

on Misc. of giving Fortunes wt.Women.(M.T.3.)238 

Essays on Nobility, SUitc of Britain, &c. (P. P. 27.) 263 

-, ( Wm.) Memoirs of Muhammetl Babor. 
-, Letter /i-om Dr. Leydeu to (3/. C 7.) . 
- (Sir ) History of Innes Family. . 

Essex, (Robert, Earl of) Proceedings on Divorce of. 58 

(Ro. E. oO Letter from, to Essex Gentry. (T.6.) 60 

Paper on resigning his Commission. (T. 31.) 61 

(Arthur, Earl of) Tracts (5) on Murder of. 58 

Champion, Sir Billy of Billericay. . 104 

Witches, Ex.Conf. and Arr. of (T.l I.) 148. (2.)151 

Evil Spirit, Narmtive of. • . 148 

Estcourt'8(Rich.) Fair Example, Com. (O. P. 21.) 220 
Estoile, (Pierre de V) 3I^moire9. (P. C.) 
Etherege, (Sir Geo.) Poems. (C. P.) 
Three Comedies. 





Etrennes do la Saint Jean. (R. F. 1.) 

Eugene, (Prince) not the Man you took him for. 

*8 Success in Italy. Essay on. (O. P. 12.) 

Eugenie, orVirtuouF and Hap. Life,a Poem.( PP.26.) 268 
Eugenius Philalethcs. See Vaughan, (Thoe.) 
Eunsou^s (Geo.) Ancient and Pres. State of Orkney. 15 
Europe, Ancient, Histoiy of. (A. U. H. 16. 17.) 20<; 

Complete Historj- of, 1676-1699. . 302 

Militar}- History of, 1739-1740. Biggs. 302 

Letter on the Danger of, 1718. (S. T. 26.) 302 

Dangers of, from Power of France. (T. 10.) 285 

Eutrapel. See Du Fail. 

Eutropii Historia Komaiia. (V. L. C. 18.) . 226 

Evans's (T.) Old Ballads. . . . 172 

(R. H.) Old liallads . . 1 72 

Aikin on Song-writing. . 1 73 

Ilakluyt's Early VoyagCi*. . . 28 

Evelyn's (John) Silva : Discourse of Forest Trees. 240 

Memoirs, by Bray and Upcott. . 240 

Eveque, (Mad. V) Prince des Aigue«- Marines. (V. I.) 45 

Prince Invisible. (V. I.) . . 45 

Everard's (Dr.) Hermes Trismcgistus, &c. . l(»a 

(E. C.) Memoirs. . . . 20f» 

Ewart's (Rev. John) Lectures on the Psalms. 292 

Examination of Way of teaching Latin to children. 102 
Excerpta Scotica. See Maidment. 
Exercise of Foot and Dragoons, 1 693. 

Horse, Foot and Dragoons, 17ir». 

Exeter, Surrender of, 1643. (T. 8. 9.) 
Exmouth's (Lord) Expedition to Algiers. 
Extravagant Shepherd, an Anti Romance. 

Wit, or English Swindler. 

EvnattcTi, M.inuale Exorcismonim. . 

Eyrbiggia Saga. 

Eyre's ( E. J.) Lady of the Lake. 




S(H? Salami. 








Faber's Sketch of Internal State of Fiance, 1 H 1 1 . 36 
Fabliaux. See Barbazan. Legnuid. Way. 

Fabre d* Olivet, Le Troubadour. . . 120 

Fabri (Bas.) Thesaurus ErudiL Scholasticae. 26*5 

Fabyan^B Chronicle, by Ellis. . . 28 

Faoetiae : Frischlini, Bebelii, et Poggii. . J 1 6 
Faceties Fian9oises. 

Fane's, (Sir F.) Sacritice, Tragedy. (O. P. 23.) 
j Fanshawe*B (Lady) Memoirs, by Nicholas. 
Fanshaw's (R.) Guarini^s Pastor Fido. 
Farces, Ancieunes et Alodemes. 
British. See British Drama. 

See Debes. 

Fare, (Marq. de la) Memoires, (P. C.) 
117. 119 . Farewell to Time. See Wright. 
FacUon Disphiyed, by Stote. (O. P. 1 7.) 1 57. (P. P.6.) 304 I Faroe Islands, Short Account of. . 
Fdden's General Atlas. . . . 330 

Map of Scotland. ... 302 

.: Plan of London, 1797. . 315 

Map of 20 miles round London, 1 8U0. 315 

Map of Albany Dist., Cape of Good lIoi)e. 3 J 8 




Fail, Noel du. See Du Fail. 

Fagnan, Minet-Bleu et Louvctte. (C. F.) 

Fain, (Baron) 3Ianu8crit du 1012. 

MS. del 01 3. 1814. 

Manuscript of 1814. 

2G. 246 
60. 61 



Fairfax, (Thos. Lord) Memorials of. 

Proceedings of Army of. (T. 9. 20-23.) 

Relation of Victor}- at Wakefield. (T. 13.) CO 

Letter of, on K.'s Removal fr. Holmby. (T. 15) 60 

See Sprigge. 

(Edward) Tasso's Godfrey of Boulogne. 187 

Fairclough's(Rev. U.) Relation of Essex Witches. 148 
Fair Play, Case of Rev. Ur, M^Caig. See M'Caig. 87 
Fair Wanderer : Adventures of Ethelinda,(B.T. 17.)310 
Fairies, Account of the. Sec Kirke. 
Fairy Mythology. See Keightlcy. 
Faith *8 Telescope. Views of Time and Eternity. 1 62 
Faithful General, Tragedy. (O. P. 16.) . 217 

Falco, (B. di) Storia d' Napoli. (V. L.) . 268 

Falconer, (John) Art of Secret Information. 140 

, Capt. Rich., Voyages, Adventures, 6cc. of. 44 

'8 (W.) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Shipwreck, by Rev. Dr. J. 8. Clarke. 197 

Marine Dictionary, by Dr. Burney. 266 

Falkirk, Battle of. Address to News-Writers on the. 97 

Falle's (P.) Account of Jersey. 

Falls of Clyde. Sec Clyde. 

False Accusers Accused, 1741. (C. O. P. 4.) 

Brother, The. New Map of Scotland. 

Patriots' Confession. (P. P. 25.) 





Fidstiiff, (Sir John) Letters of. See Bate Dudley. 
Family Worsliip, Address of Assoc. Synod on. (S. 5.) 293 

Fanc's(Sir F.) Love iu the Dark, Comedy. (O.P.22.)220 . Fendon, Contes et Fables. (C. F.) 


Farquhar's (Geo.) Seven Plays. . , 

Love and Business, &c. 

Fasano, (Gab.) Gerusalemme del Tasso. (P. N.) 
Fasciculus Temporum. Dutch Translation. 
Fashionable Lover, Comedy. (O. P. 17.) 
Fatal Divorce, Tragedy. (O. P. 18.) 

Friendship, or Drunkard's Misery. ((). P. 24.) 157 

Vesper, The, 26th Oct 1623. . :y9. 128 

Faublas, Chevalier de. See Louvet. 
Fauche Borel, Mcfmoires. . . 324 

Faucoiil)erg, (Lord) Ambassade en Italic. (F. T. 6.) 114 
Fauconnerie, La, par Fmnchi^res et Tardif. 103 

Faulcon, Livre de. . . . ^275 

Faulconry, Modem, Treatise of. See Camjtbell. 
Faulkland's(Visct.) Marriage Night, Trag.(0.P.3.) 214 
Faults on both Sides, and Answers. (S. T. 2-8.) 306 
Fauste, (Docteur) Hist Lament}d)le du. . 143 

r Enchanteur, Conte par Hamilton. . 46 

Faustus, ( Dr. J ohn) Life, &c. of. (Thoms. 3. 1 0.) 1 03. 1 48 
Faustin, oder d. philosoph. Jahrhundert 52 

Faustiui Alter Alexius, Scotus, &c. . 133 

Fava,(Fr.)Insignes Faussetez et Impost de.(F.T. I .) 1 1 4 
Fftvine's (A.) Theatre of Honor and Knighthood. 270 
Fawkes's (F.) Poems. (E. P.) 42 

Theocritus, 6lc. (E. P.) . 42 

Fayette, (Mad. de la) Memoires. (P. C.) 50 

Featherstonehaugh's (G. W.) Death of U;;olino. 322 
Featley's (Dr. D.) Dippers Dipt, &c. 81 

Fifes, Lcs Illustres. (C. F.) 44 

Feign'd Friendsliip, Comedy. (O. P. 19.) . 217 

Fell, (Jo.) et Gale, (T.) Hist Britann. Script. 27 

's, ( Bp.) Life of Dr. I lammond. 1 U'A 

Fellcnberg, Letti*es sur 1' Institut dc, a llofwyl. 54 

Female Rambler, Adventures of Mdlle. Janetoii. 1 15 

Sex, Edsnvs in Defence of. See Svmson. 

Fencing, Treatises on. See Hope. M*Baiie. 
Fen Countries, Desperate Design cone (T. H. 10.) 247 



Fenin, (Pierre de) M^oires. (P. C.) 
Fenn*s (Sir John) Paston Letters. . 
Fenton's (E.) Secret Wonden of Nature. 

(Elijah) Poema. (E. P.) 

Waller's Poemik 

Fei:{^*s (Rev. J.) HUlidrjr of United States. 







Ferguson's (Dr. Ad.) Morality of Stage Plays. (T.) 10 

Biographical Sketch of Col. P. Ferguson. 14 

History of Margaret, commonly called P^g. 21 

Ersh Sermon. ... 87 

Institutes of Moral Philosophy. . 301 

(Capt A.) Aoc of Persons in serv. of Chevalier. 96 

( Jas.) Astronomy Explained, by Dr. Mackay. 298 

(Rob. the Plotter,) Vind. of Pari, of Scot. 8. 18 

History of the Revolution. (P. T. 6.) 

(Robert) Poems, by Dr. Irving. 

(Dr, Rob.) History of Insects. (M. F. L.) 

Feme's (John) Blazon of Gentrie. . 
Femie's, (Rev. John) History of Dunfermline. 
Ferrari o, (G.) Romanzi di Ca>'alleria, &c 
Ferriar's (Dr. R.) Bibliomania. (M. O. 31.) 
Illustrations of Sterne. 






Ferronius et Freigius de R. G. Grallorum. . 
Ferumbrcu.{E, M, B.7.) 
Feude Joye on Vict, of Schellcnb. & Bl. (O. P. 23.) 157 
Fian, (Dr.) Damnable Life of. (Web. T.) 150. 275 
Fiddes's (Dr. E.) Life of Cardinal Wolsey. 268 

Fidentio, ( ) Poesie. (P. I. 25.) . 55 

Fielding's (Henry) Joseph Andrews. — ^Tom Jones. — 
Amelia,— Jonathan Wild. (B. N. L.) . 63 

Works, by Murphy and Chalmers. . 1 88 

Case of Bosavem Penlez. . . 1 89 

Tom Thumb, a Tragedy. (P. and P. 4.) 222 

Epistle to Sir R. Walpole. (P. T. 16.) 309 

Voyage dans 1' autre Monde. (V. I.) . 45 

Fie v^, Correspondance Politique. 1815. . 326 

Fife and Kinross, Ainslie's Map oil . 260 

History of. See Sibbald. 

Chronicle of. See Lament. 

Figures in Rh^me, &c. addressed to Northumbrians. 110 
Filmer's (Dr. E.) Unr*atural Brother, Tragedy. 220. 222 
Finch's Vind. of Foster's Ace. of Lord Kilmarnock. 96 
Finett's Finetti Philoxenisy by Howell. , 25 

Finglass's (Pat) Bfeviateofgettingof Irel.(H.Hib.) 241 
Finlay '8 (John) ScotUsh Ballads. . . 175 

Wallace, -or, Vale of Ellerslie. . 1 75 

(K.) Selections from unpublished MSS. 2r:3 

Finlayson's (John) Marches Day, Dram. Ent. 217 
Finnaei (Jo.) Liber Originum Islandiae. G3 

Fion's Choice, or Minstrel of the Sea. (I. P. 6.) 341 
Firmin'S (T.) Propos. for employing the Poor. (T. 1 1.) 24 
First Attempts at Rhyme. . • . 165 

Fruits of Australian Poetry. See Austialiaiu 

Fishes in the Ganges, Description of. See Hamilton. 
Fisher's (Rev. Jas.) Assembly's Sh. Catechism expL 65 
FisherlB Garland. 1821-1827. (A. P.) . 248 

Fitigerald'8( W.T.)Nelson'8Tomb,aPoem.(P. T. 3.) 339 

Tribute to W. Pitt. (P. P. 2.) . 348 

Battle of Waterloo. (P. P. 17.) . 343 

(G. R.) Pamphlets respecting. . 302 

Fitzherberfs (A.) Boke of Husbandly. Surveying. 110 
Fitzpatrick's (P. V.) Demosthenes at Athens. 165 

Thaumatuigus. . . . 314 

Fits Raymond, or. Rambler of the Rhine. 322 

Flagellum. Life and Death of CromwelL See Heath. 

et Fustis Daemonum. . . 144 

Flatman's (Thomas) Poems and Songs. 1 68 

Flaminio, (M. A.) Fifty Select Poems of BamariL 158 

Memoirs of. (G. M.) . . . 187 

Flanders, (Moll) Life of. See Defoe. 
Flandres, Croniques de. See Ougdegheist 
Fleckno's (R.) Enigmatical Characters. . 132 

Fleetwood's (Bp.) Papists not exc. from Throne. 88. 345 
Fleming, (Rev. J.) Rem. on distrib. of Animals. 345 

(Rev. R.) Ans. to 1st and 2d paper ot See M^Ward. 

Flemming, (Paul) Gedichte. . . 116 

Fletcher*s (And.) Speech on Limitations. (T. 12.) 82 

Political Works. . . . 16 

(Arch.) Memorial respecting Cleiks to Signet 1 86 

(Giles) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

(John) Dramatic Works, by Weber. 21 1 

Demetrius and Enanthe, by Dyce. • 163 

Faithful Shepherd. (O. P. 4.) . 212 

Pilgrim, altered by Dryden. (D. P. 4.) 218 

(Rev. J.) Stoppage of River Severn. (T. 2.) 73 

(Phin.) Poems. (E. P.) . , 42 

(R.) Martial's Epigrams. . . 112 

Fleur de BataiUes. See Doolin. 
Fleurange, (Chev. de) M^moires. (P. C.) . 49 

Fleurs, a Poem. .... 183 

Flodden, Battle of; by Lnmbe. 9. bl. leti. np. 10 

by Benson. (T. 3.) 73. 172. by Weber. 187 

Field. SeeColviU. 

Floerckius, (J. £.) De Ciimine Conjurationis Spir. 124 



Foy, (General) Guerre de la Peninsulc. . 325 

Fracastoriua, (II.) Memoirs of. {G. 31.) 187 

Fracastoro, ( ) Poctie. (P. I. 2(;.) . 55 

Fragments of Scottish History. See Dalyell. 
France, IlisUofto Loui8XIV.(M.U.H.20.2l.38.) 20G 

and Europe, Lett on Situa. of. 1015. (P. P. 6.) im 

Collection deM^moires BUT r Hist de. Petitot.49.50 

Coll. de M<5moire8 sur la Revolution de. 313-14 

Poet Roads in. ... 332 

Romance of Ilistorv of. See Ritchie. 

Franchiires (Jan des) La Fauconnerie. 103 

Francion, Comical Ilistor}- of. See Pare 

Francis's (Rev. Dr.) Horace. (E. P.) . 42 

French, Thoughts on the Impiety, &c of thc.(T. 2.) 302 

Nove^ (Three) translated by a young Lady. 13<l 

Invasions, Complete Histor}' of. (T. 1.) 87 

Protefltant^ Suffer, and Dying Words of. (T. 4.) 74 

Persecution against, 1745. 93 

Memorial concerning prcs. State of. (T. 3.) 93 

and Scots Alliance, Mem. of. See Moncreiff. 

FrtudruHtfht^ Satire airutNtt. (S. T. 1.) . 18 

Frcneau's ( P.) Poems. ... 30 

I'rerc's ( W.) Prospectus of National Work. 1 1 1 

Supplement to Fenn*8 Letters. . 28 

Freron, l^IJmoircs sur la Re-action du Midi. 324 

Fresne, (Marquis de) M(fmoires du. . 137 

(Sir Phil.) Plan of Pari. Reform. (P. P. R. 1.) 344 Friburg, Lett to Canton of, abt Pretender, &c. (T.2.) 87 

Francisci (Sti.) Seraphicae in Vitam, a Maripetro. 2(>0 Friendship's Offering, by Pringlo. 

Fronck*s (R.) Northern Memoirs. . 

Rabbi Moses, a Philosophical Treatise. 

Francklin'a (Dr. T.) Lucian*s Works. 

(Col. W.) Memoirs of General Thomas. 

Researches on the Jcvnes and Boodhists. 

Franco, ( ) Poesie. (P. I. 25.) . 
Francorum Ilistoriae Scriptores IV. 
FranklinVDr.B.) Way to Weal.GaeUndEng.(M*K.)86 
Frankenstein, by Mrs. Shelley. . . 335 

Frascr's (Jas.) Life of Simon, Lord Lovat. (T. 6.) 94 

(George) Life and Military Travels. . 246 

(Rev. J.) Treatise on Second Sight. (M. L.) 7. 150 

(Rev. Jas. of Brea,) Lawful. &c. of Separation. 68 

Memoirs of. . 

(J. B.) Kuzzilbash. 

Persian Adventurer. 

(William) Poems. (V. P. P. 8.) 

Freeboim, (J.) Eloge d' Ecosse, &c. (P. T. 9.) 

's (Robert) History of Queen Mar}'. . 

Frederick III. King of Prussia, Ans. to Manifesto of. 92 

M^moires de Brandebouig. . 46 

Souvenirs de, par Thi^beult. 37 

Frederick, King of Sweden, History of. See Voltaire. 
Freeke's (W.) Lingua Tersancta, &c. lOG 

Divine Grammar, &c. . . 106 

Freelmg, (Sir F.) Dolarny's Primerose. . 155. 275 

(H.) News from Scot 1591. Life of Dr. Fian. 275 

Informacon for Pylgrymes to Holy Londe. 276 

Contenance de la Table. . . 275 

Freeman*s (Ralph) Imperiale, Tragedy. 213 

Free Mason^ the Highway to Hell. 138 

Frcind^s (Rev. J.)Lord Peterborow'k Cond. in Spain. 259 

19 Friga Reveep of Morlaix, Life of. 

108 Frischlini (Nic.) Facetiae Selectiores. 

203 Frith's (John) Answer to Sir Thomas Bloxe. 
34. 244 j Froissardi (Joan.) Historiarum Epitome (Com.) 

240 j Froissart, (J.) Chroniques de. (B. C.) 
55 ''s Chronicles, translated by Lord Bemers. 

262 I translated by T. Johnes. 

Life, &c. by St Palaye. 

Frommann, (J. C.) Tractatus de Fasdnationc. 
Frontini Stratagemata. (S. R. M.)223.(L. C.20. 57.)22G 
Frugoni, (C. J.) Lirica. (P. I. 51.) . 56 

Poemetti. (P. 1. 49.) . . 56 

Fr)-'s (John) Pieces of Ancient Poetry. . L57 
Fualde^ Proces rcl. k V assa^sinat de. . 269 
Fugitive Pieces. See Asylum. Creech. Dodsley. 
Statesman. See Shaftesbury. 




Fuller's (Thomas) Holy State. . . 252 

History of the Holie Warre. . 252 

Comment on Ruth. . . . 139 

Church History of Britain. . . 262 

History of Cambridge University. . 262 

History of Waltham Abbey. 262 

Worthies of England. . . 29 

( W.) Real Fnth. and Moth, of Pr. of Wales. 88. 131 

Life, by himself. . . . 131 

Life and L^naccoun table Actions of. . 134 

Fullarton, (John) Hamilton's Lanarkshire. 280 

Records of the Buigh of Prestwick. . 281 

Funds, Publick, Considerations on the. (P. T. 33.) 311 

Funeral Solemnities, Accoimt ot . . 130 

FusB-Volk f Ur d. Regulamenta, &c. K. K. . 53 

Fyers*s (Col P.) Views of Loch Lomond, &c. 299 



Gaulminus, (G.) Psellus de Daemonibua. 

GaTin^s (Ant) Master-key to Popery. . 113 

Gay^ (John) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42. 194 

Trivia. .... 169 

Plays and Life. ... 194 

Beggar's Opera. (P. & P.) . 216 

Wife of Bath, Comedy. (O. P. 25.) . 220 

Gayot de Pitaval, Causes Cdibres. . 35 

Gayton*8 (Edm.) Notes on Don Quixote. . 156 

Geberis Summa perfectionis Magisterii. . 137 

Gee's (John) Foot out of the Snare. 59 

Geist Erichs von Sickingen. . 53 

Geister, Zauber, &c. Geschicbten. 52 

Gelieu's (J. de) Bee-Preserver. . 800 

Gdl's {Sir W.) Notes on the Island of Rhodes. 34 1 

Gellius. See Aulus Gellius. 

Gem, The, by Hood. . . 3*25 

Gemma, (Com.) De Naturae Divin. Cbaract 1 79 

General Assembly of Ch. of Scot Acts of;i638-49,&c. 73 

Acta of, 1646-1649. (T. 17.) . 70 

Acts of, abridged, 1688-1720. . 68 

Acte of, abridged, 1638-1828. . 294 

Reasonsfora,1638. (T. 8.) 79 

Protestations of, 1638-9. (T. 16. 17. 19.) 79 

RemonstFRnoe of, to King. (T. 18.) 60 

Committ Repr. for North of Scotland. (T. 5.) 84 

(Pretended) at Dundee (1 653) Ana. to Decl of. 81 

Babell, a Satirical Poem on, 1692. See Pitcaim. 

Queries to Seceding Ministers, 1720. (T. 5.) 74 

Acts of, cone. Seceders, 1733. (P. T. 35.) 31 1 


Overtures respecting Kirk-Sessions. (T. 1.) 67 

Proceedings of, in Professor Leslie's Case. 294 

Shorter Catechism. See Fisher. 

G^net, Idman, sur le Finois. 

Generous Usurer, The, Mr. Novell. (T. 6.) .59 

Genlis's (Countess de) Memoirs. 334 

Gennaro, (San) Viti, VirtO, e Miiacoli di. 2G8 

Genoino, (G.) Viag. Poet de' Campi Flegrei. 269 
Gent's (T.) Hist of EastWind. of York Cathedral. 257 
GentleCraft, History of the. 132 

Gentleman Farmer. See Karnes. 

, The Pretty. (D. F. P.) 204 

Gentleman's Magazine. 828 

Compleat Recreations, . 232 

Gentz, Meuria, KOniginn von Schottland. 47 

Geographia Islandica Med. Mii, See Werlauff. 

Geoponica, sive de Be Bustica. (V. G. C. 9.) 225 

(}eoige I., Sermons on the Acoeflsion o£ 80 

Vindication of his Miyesty's Govt (aT. 25.) 306 

George II., Ode for Birth-day ot (T.) . 3 

Ode, imploring the Return of; 1737. (P.P.20.) 263 

Pamphlets on the Reign of. 89-95 809-311 

Mem. of Last Ten Yean o£ See Orford. 

Geoige IIL, Celeb, of Cor. of; at Newc (N.T. 2.) 257 

Letters from, on Coronation Oath. Phillpotta. 270 

George IV., Ceremonies at Coronation ot . 156 

Celeb, of CoronaUon at Newcastle. (N.T. 2.) 257 

Letters on Visit of, to Scothind. See Simpson. 

Effusions occasioned by do. . . 23 

Soi^ and Poems on do. See Chawberf, 97 

Poems on Visit of; to Ireland. 264. 339. S4l 

Letter from, to his People. (M. £. P. 3.) 342 

Last Moments of! (H. P. T. 5.) . 343 

George-a-Green,thePindarof Wakefield. (T.9.) 103. 131 
Geoigiwicz, (B.) de Turcarum Moribus. . 115 

Geraldine, by Miss Agnew. . 335 

Gericaulfs Lithographic Subjects. 232 

German Empire, Hist of. (M. U. H. 26, 27, 3*2.) 207 

Electorates, Hist of. (M. U. H. 32, 33.) 207 

Novelists. See Roscoe. 

Poetrj', History of. Sec Taylor. 

Gkrman Princess. See Carleton (Mary.) 

Germany, Ancient History of. (U. H. 9.) 206 

Map of. See Chauchard. 

GerolimL W Nano di una Principessa. . 269 

Gertruydenbeig Negociation, Sec Hist of. (P.T. 7.) 30K 
Grervasius Dorobomensis, (Twysd.) . 27 

Tilberiensis, de Imperio Romano. . 234 

. See Brunsvicensium Rer. Script 

GerviUe, Anciens Chateaux de la Manche. 38 

Gesner's (C.) Hist of Foui>footed Beasts. SeeTopeell. 

(Sol.) Death of Abel,byCollyer. 

GestaGrayorum. Hist of Pr. Purpoole. 

Romanorum, Ancient Histories. 

Gesvrea, (Marq. de) Case of Impotency. 
Ghost Stories, Accredited. 

of Laird of Cool's Conf. with Ogilvie. 

Giannone, (P.) Storia di Napoli. 
G iant's Causeway, Guide to. See Dnunmond. Wright. 
Gibing, Essay on (M. T. 1.) . 238 
Gibbon's (Ed.) Decl. and Fall of Roman Empire. 204 
— Survey of Roman Law, with Hugo's Notes. 85 
Miscellaneous Works and Life. 1 88 




Godelmanni (J. Q.) Tract de Magis, &c . 153 

Godfrey, (Sir Edm.) Life and Death ot . 132 

Godly Sarah, &c a Pastoral Dialogue. (M. P. 22.) 181 
Godwin's (Bp.) History of Queen Mary. (C. H.) 249 

(Tho«.) Roman Antiquities. (T. I.) 
Hebrew Antiquities. (T. 2.) 
(W.) Life of Chaucer. 
Mandcville, Novel. 

Goecking, Lieder zweyer Liebenden 

Go&^ (D. a) Fides, Mores, &c. Aethiopum. 

Deploratio Lappianae Gentis. 

Goerres, Lohengrin, altdeutsch. Gedicht. 

Goethe's (C. W. von) Schriften. 

Faust, Umrisse zu. von Retzsch. 

Wilh. Meister's Wanderjahre. 

Hermann und Dorothea. 

Arminius et Theodora, Fischer. 

Poesies dc, trad, par Panckoucke. 

Faust, trensl. by Lord F. Egerton. 

Goetz of Derlichingen, by Sir W. S. 

Stella. (M. P. 3.) 

Clavidgo. (M. P. 4.) 

White Rose of Vilna. (P. P. 4.) 

Goif, (or Golf) Heroi-Ck>mical Poem. Sec Mattheson. 

Historical Notices of Game of. . 300 

Goguelat, (Baron) M^m. sur V affiure de Varenncs. 323 

Golagrus and Gawane. Laing. . 1 84 

Golden Chain of Four Links. (T. 3.) 77 

Spy, a Political Journal, &c 11 1 

Goldfinch, The, Collection of Scot and Eng. Songs. 161 








Gompertz*s Time, or Light and Shade, Poem. 253 
Gonin, (Maitre) Les Tours de. . . 117 

GU)nsalvo de Cordova. See Cantalicio. Giovia 
Gooch's,(Rev. Dr.) Sermon on K. Ch.Mart (P. 14.) 308 
Good-Breeding, Rules of. See Petiie. 
Goodall, ( Walt) Forduni Scotichronicon. . 1 2 

Catalogue of Advocates* Library. 265 

Goodall's (Wm.) Adventures of Capt Greenland. 137 
Goodhugh's(Wm.) English Gent's Library Manual. 125 
Goodlake's (Th.) Courser's Manual. 135 

Goodwin'b, (John) Theological Treatises, 83 

Cook's (John) The Contract Violated. 135 

Goosecappe, Sir Giles, Comedie, . . 214 

Gordon, (Alex.) Itinerarium Scptentrionale. 11 

(C. A.) Concise Histor}- of House of Gordon. 7 

(G. H.) Layman's Rclig. Discourses. See Scott 

(Lord Geoi^) Trial of, for High Treason. 297 

(Rev. Ja.) History of Ireland, to 1801. 315 

(Joftn) Collection of Prophecies. (T. 1.) 26 

(John, Adv.) Notes on Stair's Institutes. 263 

(John, of Gloncat) Memoirs of. (See Harding.) 72 

(Bp.) Queries to Roman Catholics. (T. 4.) 286 

— (Lady Mary.) See Faustini. 

— (Patrick) History of Robert Bruce. 

— (Sir Robt) Hist, of Earldom of Sutherland. 

— (Tho. & Trenchard,) Cato's Political Letters. 
Cordial for Low Spirits. 



Goldheaded Cane, The. . 

Ooldie, (Geo.) Letter from, on Hogg's Memoir. 

(John) Poems and Songs. 

Golding, (A.) Momay'k Trewness of Christianity. 
Goldingham'ft (H.) Garden Plot, Alleg. Poem. 
Goldoni, (Carlo) Commedie Scelte. 
—— — M^moires de. .... 
Goldsmith, (Dr. O.) History of England, in Letters. 251 

Miscellaneous Works, by Dr. Percy. 1 89 

Poems. (E. P.) 42. Traveller. (T. 4.) 81 

Vicar of Wakefield. (B. N. L.) 63 

Life of Beau Nash. ... 201 

Song for Birth Day of. See Graham. 

Goldwel's (H.) Declar. of the Shews, &c. (Q. E. P.) 266 
GomersoU's (Robt) Poems. 161 
Gompertz's (J.) Modem Antique 162 
Devon, a Poem. ... 62 




( Wm.) History of Gordon Family. 

( ) Review of Yorke's Considerations. 


Goring'ft, (Chas.) Irene, Tragedy. (O. P. 26.) 

(H.) Letter respecting the Y. Chevalier. 

Gottenburgh Frolic. Swedish Invasion burlesqued. 309 
GottfHed ▼. Strassbuig's TrisUn, &c. . 102 

Werke, &c. vonder Hagen. . . 102 

Gottschalck, Sagen u. Volksmfihrchen Deutschen. 53 
Gouget, Supplement au Diet de Moreri. . 39 

Gough'8( J.)Strange Discoveries, Tragi-Com.(O.P.3.)2 16 

(Rich.) Camden's Britannia. . . 232 

Goujon, Bulletins dc la Gr. Arm^e. . 327 

Goulart, (Sim.) Thresor des Histoires. . 346 

Gould's (Robt) Rival Sisters, Tragedy. (O. P. 27.) 220 

Poems, Satyrs, &c. 

Gouigaud. (G^n.) Examen de 1' ouvr. de Segur. 

M^moires de Napolton. 

Gourville, ( ) M^moires. (P. C.) 
Governing, Art of. (T.) 
Government, Origin and Ends of. (T.) 








Gow, (Cfl^t John.) See Pimtet. 
Gower, (Lord FrancU) Seo Egerton. 

(John) Poemfl. (E, P.) 

Balades and other Poems. 

Illustnitions of. See Todd. 

(Sam.) Napoleon and other Poems. 

Gowrie, (John Earl of) Life of. See Scott 
Grace, Power of; illustrated. See Cowper. 




Grant's ( Jas.) Life of Biaiy, Queen of Scots. 1 07 

(Jos.) Kincardineshire Traditions.(V. P. P. 7.) 842 

(M. A.) Tales founded on facts. . 336 

(Mrs. of Laggan.) Poems. . . 23 

Essay on Highland SuperstitionsL . 23 

— Eighteen hundred and thirteen. . 168 

(W. Lord Prestongrange) Occasional Writer. 96 

(Francis.) See Cullen, (Lord.) 

Grade, (J. D.) Winzet*s Tractates for Ref. of Doct. 282 j Grantham, Hist. DescripUon of See Marrat 

Grafton's Chronicle. ... 28 
Graham^ (Dougal) Uist of Rehellion, 1745. 89 
(Dr. Jas.) Travels and Voyages. 22. Tracts, &c 230 


(Rev. Jas.) Poems. 
British Geoigics. 
Wallace, a Tragedy. 
Mary Q. of Scots, Hist. Drama. 
(John, of Claverhouse.) See Dundee. 

(Rev. John) Stat Account of Kilrush, &c. 230 

StatisUcal Account of Shruel. (I. T. 8.) 344 

Tracts on Hist of Ireland. . . 234 

. King'* Welcome to IreUnd. (P. T. 7.) 339 

■ Ottava Rima on King's visit to Dublin. 234 
. Song for Goldsmith's Birth Day. . 339 
. Mi$eellaneou9 Poems, (I. P. 5.) 239 
. Specimens of Ulster Minstrelsy, 230 
.(Maria.) See Callcott 
. (Rev. Dr. P.) Sketches of Perthshire. 17 

■ E!ssay on Ossian's Poems. . . 20 
. (Robt) Liber Domicilii Jacobi V. . 279 
. ( ) Accoimt of Glencairn's Expedition. (M.S.) 7 
-'s (W.) PoeUcal Pieces in Scottish Dialogue. 168 




Grainger's (Dr. Jas.) Poems. (E. P.) 

Tibullus. (E. P.) 

Grami (G.) Manifesto. See Bogle. 

Grammaticae Institutiones, AldL 

Grammatices Rudimenta. 

Grammont, (Count,) Memoirs of. See Hamilton. 

Gramond, (Mar. Due. de) M^moires. (P. C.) 

Grana, (Marq. de) Conquestes du dans les Pays Bas. 47 

Granada, Guerras Civiles dc. Peres de Hita. 

Grandier, (Urb.) Condamnation et Supplice de. 

Grand Juror, Office and Duty ofl (P. T. 31.) 

Grandval, ( ) Cartouche, Po^me. 

Grand Vizier Unmasked. See Canning. 

Granger's (Rev. J.) Correspondence. Malcolm. 

Biograph. History of England. 




Granucci, (N.) La Piacevole Notte, &c 
Grattan, (Henry) Speeches of. 

(T. C.) Heiress of Bruges. 

Jacqueline of Holland. 

Gravenberch, Wigalois der Ritter. 
Graves'* (Rev. R.) Spiritual Quixote. 
Gravina, Delia Ragion Poetica. Mathias. 
Gray, Auld Robin. See Lindsay. 

*8 (Lieut Charles) Poems and Songs. . 179 

(Lord) Library at Kin&uns, Catalogue of. 25U 

(Patrick, Master of) Letters and Papers rel. ta 280 

(Sam.) Happiness of States. . . 196 

(Sir Thos.) Scala Chronica, by Stevenson. 282 

(Thos.) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

Elegy written ina Country Ch. Yard. (P. P. 8.) 280 

Parody on. See Dreghom. 

Criticism on, by Prof! Young, 201. (M. T. 7.) 812 






Grangeron, (Dr. H.) Relat des Possed^s. 


Graziani, (G.) Conquista di Granata. (P. L) 
Grazzini, (A. F.) Prima e SecondaCena. 
Grebner'* (Ez.) Visions and Prophedee. 
Greece, Andent, History of. (A.U.H. 5. 6.) 

See Grote. 

Greene's (G. S.) Oliver Cromwell, a Play. 217 

(Mat) Poems. (E.P.) ... 42 

(Robt) Dramatic Works, by Dyce. 158 

Philomela (Ardi. 1.) . . 184 

Arcadia (Arch. 2.) ... 184 

Harvey's Letters and Sonnets touching.(A.4.) 184 

Historic of Frier Bacon and Frier Bongay. 214 

(and Lodge's) Looking Glass for London. 216 

Greendrake's (G.) Angling Excursions inWicklow. 259 
Greig's Letter to Robe on Life of E. Cairns. 75 

Gregg's Ghost, The Conference, or. (T. 7.) 88 

Gregorii Decretales. 288 

Qregory^s {Don,) Causes of Proscripiiono/ClanGregor,26l 

Hist Notices of Clan Gregor. 278 

(Dr. Geo.) Life of Chatterton. . 198 

(Dr. Jas.) Lucub. on Greek Epig.(P. & P. 6.) 192 


Gresweirs (Rev. W. P.) Memoirs of Politian, &c 187 

AnnalB of Parisian Typography. . 188 

Monastery of St. Werbuig, Chester, a Poem. 234 

Grey's (Ford, Lord) History of Rye House Plot. 257 

Let between, and Countess of Berkely. See Behn. 

(W.) Survey of Newcastle and Norihumbd. 241 

Gnego, (Titta) Istoria di (&N.I. 3.) . 340 

Grierson's (Geo.) Ireland and Poor Lawa.(LP. 5.) 343 
Grieu, (Chevalier de,) and Moll Elscaut, See Prevost. 
Grifiagno, Nobilta del Asino. . . 114 

Griffith's (R.)Rep. on Moving Bog of Kilm.(LT.10.)344 
GriUo, (Bruno) Istoria di.(aN.L 2.) . 340 

Opera di un Villano nom. (S.N.I. 10.) 340 

Grimston's (K) Memorable Siege of Ostend. 37 

Matthieu's Life and Death of Henry IV. 39 

Grimm et Diderot, Correspondance avec un Pr. All 37 


(Dr. J.) Silva de Romances Viejoe. 

Irmenstrasse u. IrmensEule. 

(W. C.) Drei Altschottische Leider. . 

(BrUder) Altdeutsche W&lder. 

Deutsche Sagen. 

Die beiden ftltest Deutschen Gedichte. 

Kinder u. Haus-M&hrchen. 

German Popular Stories. 

Grindal, (Abp.) Life of. See Stiype. 
Brief Character of. (B.T. 3.) 


GrindUy's (Capt) Scenery, &c. of Western India. 337 

Grivel, Lisle Inconnue. (V. I.) . . 45 
Groote, (C. von) Gotfrit*s Tristan. See Gottfried. 
Grose's (Fr.) Antiq. of Enghmd, Scotland, & Ireland. 177 

Military Antiquities. . . 177 

Treatise of Ancient Armour. . . 177 

Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue. . 156 

Guide to Health, Beauty, &c 156 

— . Olio. . . . . . 156 

Provincial Gloanry. . . . 156 

Advice to Officers of the Army. . 156 

Grote's (Geo.) History of Greece. (L.U.K.) 300 

GtMUsqwady The^ a Mock Heroic Poem. 85 

Groulaid, (Claude) M^moires. (P.C.) . 50 
Grumbling Hive. See Mandeville. 

Gualteruzzi da Fano, Libro de Novelle, . 120 

(guard's (Th. de la) Simple Cobler of Aggavvam. 58 

Guardian, The. (B.E.) . . 334 

Guarini, (G. B.) Pastor Fida (P. L 85.) . 6 

in Ling. Napol da BasUe. (P.N.) . 57 

translated. See Clapperton. Fanshaw. 

Guelf, History of House of. See Halliday. 
Guerin de Montglave. 
Gueiino U Mcschina 118. (&N.S. 11.) 
Guerre, (Martin) Hist de. See Coras. 
Guesclin, (Bertrand du) M^moires. (P.C.) 
Guettlette, Contes Chinoisee. (C.V.) 

Taitares. (C.F.) 

Mogols. (C. F.) 

Soir^ Bretonnes. (C. F.) 



Chine8e,Mogul, & Tartarian Tales. (T. of £.) 43 

Guevara, (L. V. de) Diablo Cojuelo. 
Guicdardini (F.) Istoria d'ltalia. 
Guidi, (Aless.) Endimione. (P. 1. 36.) 

Canzone. (P.I. 42.) 

Guidubaldo, Duca d'Urbino. See Baldi. 
Guillon, (Abb^) M^moires sur Lyon. 
Guinegate, Poeme sur la Joum^ de. Fortia. 
Guiscard and Sigismund. See Walter. 
Guise, (Henri, Due de) M^moires. (P.C.) . 

(Duke of) Memoirs of Rev. in Naples. 

Gulielmus Neubr. (Com.) 27. 227. Heome. 
Gulliveriana and Alexanderiana. 
Gulliver's Travels, Vol. III. 

Court of Lilliput 

. See Swift 

Gunner, The Compleat (M.M.D. 3.) 

Gunnlaugi et Rafnis Vitae. 

Gunpowder Plot, History o£ See Caulfield. 

Proceedings against Garnet, &c. 

Sermon on Anniv. of. (S. & T. 8.) 

39. 55 






Gumey's (J. J.) Notes on Prisons of Scotland, &c. 133 
Gurwood's (Col. J.) Orders of Duke of Wellington. 298 
Gustavus Adolphus, Actions of. (S. I.) . 247 

Ericson, Life of, by Claris. . . 258 

Guthrie's (Bp.) Memoirs «f Charles I. . 7. 21 

(Rev. Jas.) Causes of Lord'ft Wrath. (T. 8.) 62 

Ten Considerations on Apostacy. (Howie) 71 

Last Sermon at Stirling, rep. by Eb. Erskine. 76 

. See Manes Presbyteriani 


Guy, Earl of Warwick, Hist of. See Rowland. 

Tragedy of, by J. B. . . 217 

Guynand, Concordance de NestradamuSb 38. 141 

Guzman d'Alfiurache. See Aleman. 
Gwedir Family, Hist. of. See Barrington. 
Gwynne's (J ohn) Military Memoirs of G. Civil Wax. 243 
Gyptdes, History of. See Hoyland. 




(Wm.ofWishaw)De((.of Lanark&Benfrew8h.280 

( Wm. of Bangour) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Contemplation, or Triumph of Love. (T. 1.) 1S5 

Three Odes, and Fables (P. P. 10.) 312 

(Wm. G.) Parliamentary Logic, by Malone. 193 

Hammond, (Rev. Dr. II.) Life of, by FelL 193 

(James) Poems. (E.P.) . . 42 

(Wm.) Occasional Poems, 1C55. . 177 

Hampden, (John) Trial of, &a (T.) . 30 
Hamper^s (W.) Observ. on Hoar Stones, &c 33 
Obs. on Runic Inscriptions. (T.A. &c. 4.5.6.) 338 

See Magnusen, Fersog, &c. 99 

Sarcastic Verses in 1899 (T. 7.) . 338 

Handel's (G. F.) Messiah, Oratorio. (P. P. 10.) 236 

Esther, Oratorio. ( P. P. 1 1 .) . . 230 

Hannibal notat our Gates, 1 7 1 4.88.( P.T. 12. & P.T.8.)308 
Hanover, Annals of House of. See Halliday. 

Characters of the Court of, 1714. (P. 9.) 307 

Priv. Conf. betv. 2 Ministers at,l744.(P.T.30) 31 1 

Hanoverian Succession, Tracts on : 

Advantages to England by. (T.2.) 89. (S.T.5.) 310 
K. Geoige's Right Aseerted. (T. 4.) 224 

Title Asserted. . 97 

Great Britain's Union,&c (R.T.4.) 283. (T.4.) 285 
Manife5?toon Rightof Princess Sophia.(C.T.25)290 
Pari. Right maint & H. S. justified. (R. T. 1.) 24 
Political Magnet, or Essay in defence o^ &c. 8.5 
Popular Prejudice resp. &c (T. 1.) 89 

The Wisdom of our Forefathers recom. &c. 93 
Vindication of II. M.'s Tit. &c See Webster. 96 

See Revolution. 

Hans Sachsen's Gedicht ... 53 

Werken, Proben aus, &c. . . 53 

Hanson's (Capt.) Route Overland from India. 255 

Haidenberg, ( Prince) Mem. tin^ dos Papiers du. 324 

Hardiman's ( Jas.) History of Galway. . 267 

Irish Minstrels}'. . . . 315 

Harding'B(Eliz.)An8w. to Mem. of Gordon of Glencat 72 
Hardwicke, (Ld. Ch.) Speech on Soot Rebel Lords. 92 

(Earl of) Sir D. Carlcton's Letters. 244 

Haidyng's Chronicle, by Ellis. . . 28 

Hargrove's (E.) History of Knaresborough. 249 

Harleian Miscellany, with Supplement, by Park. 29 

Harley's ( Wm.) Harleian Dairy System. . 299 

Harrington's (James) Oceana. . *. 242 

Harrington's ( Sir John) Metamorph. of Ajax. 1 06 

Harrington's (Sir J.) Apologie of Ajar. 106 

Anatomie of Ajax. . 106 

Ulysses upon Ajax. 106 

. See Singer. 

Ariosto'b Orlando Furioea 185 

Arte of English Poesie. (M.P.A. 177.) 1 77 

Englishman's Doctor. . . 107 

Nugae Antiquae, by Park. . . 190 

(John)Wond. Pieserv.of,&omCavalienL(T.3.) 60 

Harman's (T.) Caveat for Common Curutors. • 140 
Harris, (D.) Parival's History of this Iron Age. 229 

(Jas.) Philological Inquiries. . .316 

(John) Collection of Voyages and Travels. 231 

(Jos.) City Bride. Comedy. (O. P. 20.) 220 

(Walter) A. & P. State of County Down. 314 

Hibemica. Tracts on Ireland. . 241 

( Wm., of Air) Life of, executed 1 770. 129 

Harry's (Rev. Geo. Owen) Genealogy of James I. 16 

Harsnet, (Sam.) See Darrell. 

Hart, (And.) Ancient Scottish Prophecies. 21 

(Rev. Dr. J.) Warning to Drunkards. (T. 1.) 284 

Warning to Sluggards, Drunkards, &c. (T. 3.) 75 

Seimon on Edinb. City Elections, 1708. (T. 4.) 82 

(John) Descr. of Fossil Deer. (I. P. 11.) 344 

Hartc's (Walter) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

Hartlip's(Sam.) Weston's Fhinders Hush. (T.H.2.) 247 

Planting of Fruit Trees. (T. H. 3.) . 247 

Defecte of English Husbandrj-. (T. H. 4.) 247 

Hartnacii (Dan.) Deductio contra Jesuitas. 228 

Hartshome's (Rev. C. II.) Ancient Metrical Tales. 105 
Hartstonge's (M. W.) Minstrelsy of Erin. 164 

Ode to Desolation. . . . 167 

Marion of Drymnagh . . 167 

Hartuelli (Abr.) Regina Literata. (Q. E. P. 2.) 265 
Harvey,(Gab.) G ratulationesValdinenses.(Q.£.P.7.)266 


Four Letters, &c. on R. Greene. (A. 4.) 

Pierced Supererogation. (A. 8.) 

New Letter of notable contents. (A. 9.) 

Art of English Poesie. (M. P. A.) 

(John) Miscellany Poems and Letters. 

the Dublin Conjuror, Life ot (P. T. 5.) 

HaslamGheray. Narrative illust of W. Allan's Pict 82 
Haslam's(John) Illustrations of Madness. (M.T.2.)247 
Haslewood, (Joseph) Miscell. Poet. Ajiglicaiuu 177 

British Bibliographer. . . 177 

« — Book of St. Albans. . . . 208 
Jack Juggler and Thersytes. . 275 



IIendenon*B (John) Theat Traniactions. Ireland. 210 

Letters and Poems. . 210 

( J.)Trial of, forMurder of Mr. Millie.(M.T.l 0.) 842 

Ilcnderweirs (T.) History of Scarborough. 284 

Henricus, Archidiac. Huntingdon. (Sav.) . 27 

Henry, (BUnd) Life of Sir W. Wallace. (Jam.) 4. 8 

(Rev. Dr. R.) History of Great Britein. 28 

(Dr. Wm.) Tribute to Thos. Henry. (P.M. 3.) 199 

(F. A.) Les Souvenirs. (P. D. 8.) 843 

(III.) de Valois, Sorceleries dc. . 187 

IV. of France, Life of. . 39 

VII., Reign of, by Lord Bacon. (C. H.) 249 

VII., King, or Popish Impostor, Tragedy. 92 

VIII., Reign of, by Lord Herbert (C. H.) 249 

Privy Purse Expenses of. See Nicholas. 

(Prince)Bap. of. 16.Acc. of by Com w.( B.T.I.) 309 

Letters of. .... 282 

Prince of Purpoole. See Oesta Gmyorum. 

Henryson, (Rob.) Robene and Mackyne. 

Testament of Cresseid. 

Moral Fables. 


Hentxners (P.) Journey in Engl., 1598. (D.F.P.) 204 
Heptameron Fmn9ois, Nouvelles de R. Marguerite. 120 
Hcptarchus and Fergiisia. See Ballantyne. 
Heraldic Anomalies. See Nares. 
Heraldry. See Brydson. Carter. Clark. Nisbet. Robson. 

of Crests. 

Heraud^s (J. A.) Tottenham, a Poem. 

Legend of St Loy. 

Herbelot, (B. d') Bibliothequc Orientale. 
Herberay, (N. de) Amadis de Gaule. 
Cronicque de Dom Florcs de Grece. 


Herbert, (Lord Ed. of Cherbury) Life of. 

History of Henry VIIL (C. H.) 

(George) Life of, by Walton ( W. L.) 

(J.) Robert the Devyll. 

(W.) Topographical Antiquities. See Ames. 

(Hon. W.) Poems, tr. from North. Lang., &c 98 

Herbin, Statistique de la France. 87 

Herd, (David) Ancient Scottish Songs and Ballads. 171 

Letters to George Paton. 

Sir T. Urquhart's Tracts. 

Herder, (J. G. von) Der Cid. 


Heresie, History of Sin and, (R. T.) 
Heresies. See Apocalypsis. Edwards. Pagitt 
Heriot'i HospiUl, Statutes of. 22. (T. 1.) 







Heriot* Hospital. See Constable. Johnstone. 

Heritable Jurisdictiana, Roll of Claims fiir. 1 1 

Disquisition on. (T. 2.) 96. Letter on. '(T. 8.) 87 

Act of ParL for Abolishing. . 87 

Obserr. on Act for Abolishing. (T. 8.) 96 

Heritier, (Mile, de V) Le Tour Tenebreux. (C. F.) 44 

Hermaphrodites, Isle dee. See Thomas. 

H«rmes Trismegistus de Lapide Philos., &c 1 38 

Pymander et Asclepias^ (Jamb.) 115 

Pymander and Asc. trans, by E?enid. 108 

Hermetick Romance. See Rosenkreuts. 
Hermippus Redinvus. See Cohansen. 

Hermit, The. Suff. and Adv. of Philip Quarll. 138 

Herodotus, Apologie for. See Stephen. 123 

Heroick Friendship, Play ascr. to Otway. . 219 

Poem on late Rebellion. (1688.) 6 

Princes, or Conscious Lovers. 112 

Heron's (Robt) Tour through West of Scotland. 10 

St KUda in Edinb. Com. Dram. (P. P. 6.) 312 

Heron, (Sir R.) Genealogy of Heron Family. 239 

Herrera, Historia. &c en Escocia. ( Jebb.) 12 

Kerrey's (Robt) Concordances to the Bible. 1 78 

Herrick'ft (Robt) Poetical Woiks, by Mfutland. 156 
Herring Fishery. See Campbell. 
Herring's (Abp.)Advice to Inhab. of Yorkshire, 1 745. 93 
Hertfordshire Witchcraft, Case of. See Bragge. 

Hervarar Saga. Hist Hervtfrae et Heidreki. 64 

Hervet, (G.) Xenophon's Treat of Household. 1 20 

Hervey'b, (Rev. Jas.) Theron and Aspasio. 291 

(Mary, Lady) Letters, by Croker. 189 

(T. K.) Australia, and other Poems. 165 

Hesiodus, Clerid. (V. G. L. 10.) 225 

Hesiod, translated by Cooke. (E. P.) 42 

Hetherington's (Rev. W. M.) Dramatic Sketches. 160 

Hewerdine's (W.) Political Songai 124 

Hey'ft (Dr. R.) Dissert on Duelling and Suicide. 312 

Heylin's ( ) Aulicus Coquinariae. (S. H.) 231 

(Dr. P.) Reign of Kmg Charles T. 258 

Heywood'ft (Thos.) History of Women. 123 

Hierarchie of Angels. 123 

Reader, here you'll plainly see, &c. . 98 

King in the Country, Drama. (Wald. L. M.) 209 

English Traveller, Play. 213 

Challenge for Beauty. 214 

Golden Age. . . . 214 

Iron Age. .... 214 

Rojall King and Loyall Subject 214. 215 



Hogg, (James) Jacobite Relics of Scotland. 19 

Mader of the Moor. . . 200 

Mountain Bard. (See Goldie.) . 200 

Poetic Mirror. 193 

Pilgrims of the Sun. . . 200 

Queen's Wake. ... 200 

Remarks on Psalms of David. (S. T. 10.) 344 

Royal Jubilee. ... 200 

Scottish I'astorals. ... 200 

Shepherd's Calender. . . 331 

Songs, by the Ettiick Shepherd. . 301 

Spy, a Weekly Periodical. 34 

Three Perils of Man. . . 335 

Hogland, Description of. (T.) . . 59 

Hoglandiae Dcscriptio. (P. P. 15.) . 305 
HoIberg,( Baron) Journey of N. K. under Ground. 43.44 

Voy. de Nic. Klimius. (V. I.) 

Holcroft, (Thos.) Anna St. Ives. 

Hugh Trevor. 

Memoirv of. 



Holdsworth's (Ed.) Muscipula, by Cobb. . 
Hole*s (Rev. Rich.) Remarks on Arabian Nights. 
Holford's (Miss) Wallace, or Fight of Falkirk. 
Holinshed's (R.) Chronicles of England, Sc. & Irel. 29 
Holhmd, (Earl of) Last Speech of, (Cap. Cent) 26 

(Henry, Lord) Life of Lope de Vega. 37 

(Sir John) Buke of the Howlat. Laing. 276 

(T. A.) Drybuigh Abbey, a Poem. 11. 165 

Hollande, Ilistoire de la. See Neuville. 
Hollar, (Wences.) Theairum Mulierum Europac. 109 
Holloway and Haggerty, Trial of, for Murder. (P. 2.) 297 
Holmes, (Rev. Dr. A.) American Annals. 30 

Rymer, Foedera, Ac. . 23. 24 

Holt's (R.) Treatise on Artificial Stone. (P. T. 12.) 810 
HolweU Carr, (Rev. W.) Porto, Due Nobili Amanti. 275 
Holyday's (Barton) Technogamia, Comedy. 216 

Holyrood House, Account of. See Johnstone. 
— See Chron. Coenob. S. Crucis. 
Home, a Poem. .... 193 

(John) Douglas, and Tracts relating to. 1 0. 209 


History of the Rebellion, 1745. 

Works, by H. Mackenzie. 

(Dr. X.) Daemonologie and Theologie. 

Homer's Iliad, and Odyssey, by Pope. (E. P.) 

Iliad, by Sotheby. 

Hymns, Batram. &c. by Chapman. . 

— — See Koliades. 


Hone's ( W.) Ancient Mysteries deter. 254 

Every Day Book and Table Book. 254 

Hood, (Thos.) The Gem. . . 335 

— - Odes and Addreaes to Great People. 182 

Hook's (Theodore) Sayings and Doings. 333 

(Rev. Dr.) Pen Owen. 333 

Percy Mallory. 333 

Hooke's (CoL) Negodations in Scotland, 1707. 96 

(N.) Acc.ofDuc.of Marlboroafl^^Cond.(T. 1.) 310 

Hooker, (Rich.) Life of; by Walton ( W. L.) 1 93. 257 
Hook's (John) Ariosto's Orlando. (E. P.) 42 

Tasso's Jerusalem. (E. P.) . . 42 

Hope's (C. Ld. Pros.) Notes on hear.CoundL (T.3.) 345 

(John) Hume's Diary of ParL 1700-1707. 278 

(J. D.) Arch of Titus, Priie Poem. (P. P. 9.) 343 

(Sir W.) Vindication of Art of Self-Defence. 86 

Hopkins's (Chas.) Three Tragedies. 

(M.) Discovery of Witches. (T. 1.) 

Hoppner's (John) Oriental Tales. 

Horae de Sancta Cruce, &c. 

Ho^aUu^ Aldi. 268. Bond. (V. L. C. -22.) 

Horace, Works of, translated by Francis. (£. P.) 

Art of Poetry, by Ld. Roscommon. (P.P.I 1.) 305 

Instructions to Roman Senate. (M. P. 20.) 181 

in London. Imitation of Odes. See Smith. 

Men and Manners Characterized. (P. T. 5.) 309 

Ode^ Epist. and Sat imit. (P. P. 4. 5. 6. 30.) 263 

1st Satire of B. 2. imit (M. P. 3. & 4.) 181 

4thSatireofB. Limit (S.M. 11.) . 304 

Sober Advice from, imit (M. P. 10.) 181 

Hordem's (H.) Neglected Virtue, PUy (O. P. 36.) 220 
Hors, Shepe and Ghoosi See Lydgate. 
Horsfft (G. C.) Zauber Bibliothek. . 53 

HosBck's (Dr. D.) Memoir of De WiU Clinton. 34 
Hotmandii ( ) Anti-Cboppinus. . 118 

Houbraken and Vertue's Heads. See Birch. 232 

Houghton's (Jn.) Let on Husb. &, Trade. (T. 17.) 286 
Houlbrook, (Wm., Blacksmith,) Sufferings ot 132 

Hours of Solitude. Poems. . . 164 

Hoveden (Roger) (Sav.) . 27 

Howard, (Hon. Edward.) IHays. 218 

(Lady F.) Proceedings in Divorce of, 58 

(Lord H.) Defenaative agt. Suppos. Prophecietbl49 

(H.) Erron. Opin. respecting the Cath. Relig. 294 

(Hon. James) Plays by. . 281 

(John) Life & Anecdotes of. (B. T. 2.) 133 



Ibbot'8 (ReT. B.) Sermon on King's Acoenion, 1715. 80 
Iberno Celtic (or Gaelic) Society of Dublin, Trans. 315 
Idman,(Nils) Rech. siir l^cien peuple Finoia Genet 99 
Iffland'S (W.A.) Bewustse3m, Schausp. (T.) 48 

Die Mttndel, Schausp. (T.) . 48 

Wardt^ trans, by Sir W. ScoU, . 104 

Imparity among Pastors, Debate upon. (C. T. 9.) 290 
Impeachments, Method of, (S. T. 20.) . 306 
Impey's (E. B.) Cumnor, Tragedy. . 218 
Impotency, Case of, debated. See Gefrres. 
Inatulla's Persian Tales, by Dow. (T. of E.) 43 
Incendio di Tordinona. Poema Eroicomico. 269 
Inchbald'S (Mrs.) Simple Story. . . 332 
Inchiquin's (Lord) Manifestation to Pari. (T. 7.) 60 
Inchmahome Priory, Notes on. See Stirling. 272 
Indaginc, (J.) Chiromancie et Pbysionomie. 137 
(J.) Palmistry and Physiognomy, by Withers. 134 

India, Ancient, Hist of (A. U.H.I a) . 206 

, Hindustan, Hist of. (M. U. H. 5. 6.) 206 

Peninsulas of; Hist of! (M. U. H. 5. 6.) 206 

European Setttlements, Hist of. (ib. 8. 9.) 206 

Stock, Letter fr. a Lawyer on the purch. of. 290 

See Glcig. Hanson. Leyden. Orme. 

Indians, No. American. See Adair. Halkett M'Kenney. 

Speech on Parliamentary Reform. (P.P.R.5.) 344 

Ingemann, (B. S.) Masaniello, Soigespit 49 

Ingram's (Rev. J.) Saxon Chronicle. . 259 

Ingrate's Gift, Dramatic Poem. . 170 

Ingulphus Croylandensis. (Sav.) et (G. et F.) 27 

Injured Love, a Comedy. (O. P. 20.) . 219 
Innes Family, History of. See Erskine. 

(Thomas) Ancient Inhabitants of No. Britain. 10 

Inquisitionum ad Cap. Reg. retom. Abbreviatio. 1 
Insects, History of. See Ferguson. Muffet 

Interest, Treatise on Abatement ot (T. H. 8.) 247 

Invisible Constancy, a Novel, in Ruuian, 35 

Invisible World, View of the. . 129 

See Calef. Mather. Sinclair. 

Ireland, Ancient Pieces rel. to. See Harris. 

Hibemia NoUUae. 1723. (S. T. 70.) 307 

History of, to 1691. (M. U. H. 42.) . 207 

Map (Travelling) of. . . 304 

Memorial of Established Church of. 294 

Education Conmiissioners' First Report 270 

Edinb. Education Society's First Report 313 

Pari. Evidence on State of, 1824. . 315 

Ireland, Poet-Chaise Companion through. Wilson. 314 

Refl. and ResoL proper for Gentlemen of. 355 

Population, Census of 1821. 269 

Sketches of Unnoticed Districts in. 314 

Ireland, Betty. See Betty Ireland. 

(John) Anecdotes of J. Henderson. 210 

(W. H.) Shakspeare Forgeries. See Dudley. 

Memoirs of Joan of Arc, from the French. 258 

Irenaeus Philalethes. See Cooper. Molinaei. 
Irish Antiquarian Researches. See Betbam. 

Family, History of an. . 159 

Harp Society, Rules of. (T.) . 1 « 

Historical Library. See Nicolson. 

History, Sketch oC Q. and A. . 244 

Language. See Lynch. Vallancey. 

Massacre, 1 64*2, Abstract of. (T. II.) 70 

Minstrelsy. See Hardiman. 

Rebellion in 1641, Hist. Mem. o^ by M. R. 245 

Rebels, Propos. of, to the King, 1646. (T. 61.) 61 

Add. Prop, of the King to, 1645. (T. 29.) 61 

Relat of Miseries of Munster. (T. 17.) 60 

Regiments in Fr. and Spa. Senice, Letter on. 25 

Rogue, The, Com. Hist of D. O' Brolaghan. 181 

Rogues and Rapparees, Hist of. 134 

Presb. Minister's ApoL to B. of Derry (T. 9.) 66 

Poems and Stories, , 206 

Poems, Borg an Tsalathar, (omitted.) 206 

Poetry, Reliques of. See Brooke. 

Statistical Returns. Rathvilly. See Mason. 

Irvini (Christ.) Hist Scoticac Nomenclatura. 10 

Irving, (Dr. Da v.) Life of G. Buchanan. 5 

Lives of Scottish Poets. 18 

Ferguson's Poems. ... y 

Montgomery's Poems. 175 

Observ. on Study of CivU Law. . 294. 846 

Memorial of his Wife. . 294 

D. Buchananus de Scriptoribus Scotis. 279 

Dempsteri Hist. Eccles. Scotorum. . 278 

(Washington) Salmagundi. 201. Lambert 267 

History of New York. . . 201 

Sketch Book. .... 201 

Braccbridge HalL . 201 

Tales of a Traveller. ... 201 

Life of Columbus. (M. F. L.) 315 

Companions of Columbus. (M, F. L.) 315 

Isaye le Triste, fils de Tristan. . 105 

Isidorus Hispalensis, Hist Gothorum. (D. G. H.) 229 



Islandia, Auctores de : 

Arii Libellns cog. lalendingft-Bok. 99 

Biornonis Annales Ulaiidici. 100 

Diplomotarium Ama-Magnaeanum. 64 

Edda, Den JEldie, Magnusen. 80 

Islandorum, Snononis. . 99 

E^iU-Saga. .... 100 

Eyibiggia Saga. ... 64 

Fonunanna SSgar, Olaf Tryggraaon's Saga. 86 

Gunnlaugi Saga. ... 64 

HeimakriDgla. .... 101 

Herranr-Saga. ... 64 
Hungurvaka. ... 99. 100 

Islands Landnamabok. 64 

Johannaei Hist Ecdes. Islandica. 99 

Jomsvikinga Saga. ... 99 

Kristni-Saga. .... 99 

Laxdaela-Saga. ... 101 

Olaviua, Elnarrationes de Islandia. 86 

Rymbegla. .... 64 

Stephenaens Vasa-Quer. 86 

Viiga-Qlumi Saga. ... 64 

Jonae Rudimenta Ling. Islandicac 56 

Isociate, Discouis sur la Divination. 141 

l8Bachar,Tribeof^ or AssCouchant. 169 

Istorie e Canzonette Italioni. 839 

Isted, (Geo.) New Notbonine Maid. 275 

Italy, Ancient, Hiftoiy of.'(A. U. H. 9. 17.) 206 

Modem, History ot (M. U. H. 22-26. 38. 34.) 207 

Ivory, (Jas.) Holland's Seven Sages. 1578. 280 
Jack, (Colonel) Lifb of. See Defoe. 
Jack the Gyani-killer, Ck>mi-Trag. Farce. (P.&P.4)216 

Jack Joggler and Thersytes. Two Interludes. 275 

Jacksonii (Rev. Dr. Thos.) Treatise on Unbelief. 151 

Jacobli (GQes) Li ves of English Poets. , 191 

(Sir Hild.) Progress of Religion. (P. P. 9.) 263 

Epistle from Clara to Teresa. (P. P. 16.) 263 

(Wm.) Tracts on Com Trade and Lavrs. 298 

Jaeobiie Journal* 0/174B, {Eleho cuid MaxweU,) 23 

Poetry, Collection of. 97. Relics. See Hogg. 

Poemsy JBalUuh, and Sonffi. 1745-6. 80. 90 

Jago'ft (Rich.) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 
JakobXDr.K.J.)Biog. UtVenuch von Sir W.Scott322 

Jal, (Alph.) Napoleon et la Censure. (P. D. 6.) 
Jamaica Royal Gazette, i 823. 
Jamblichus de Mysteriis Egypt. &c. 
James'k (G. P. R.) De rarme. 


James's (G. P. R.) Philip Augustus. 331 

History of Chivalry. . . 301 

History of Charlemagne. 318 

James I. Cronyde of Death of. (M.S.) 7 

Life and Death ot . 282 

Memoirs on Restoration o£ (S. T. 1.) 310 

Poems of. See Chalmers. Thomson. Tytler. 

II. Short Chronicle o£ . . 3 

IV. See Flodden. 

V. Life and Death of, (M. S.) 7 

Excerpta e Libris Domicilii, 1525-1533. 279 

Navigation o^ round Scotland. (M. S.) 7 

Poems. See Chalmers. 

Gaberlunrie Man. . 175 

VI. (L of G.B.) Hist & Life of, ed. by M. Laing. 8 

ed. by T. Thomson. . 277 

Lucta Jacobi. Double Delivery of 15 

Workes of. ... 12 

Essayes of a Prentise. Gillies 5 

Poetical Exercises. 9. PoetRemains. See Chalmers. 

Arte of English Poesie. (M. P. A.) 1 77 

Extr. fW)m Daemonologie. (Web. T. 3.) 150 

Book of Sports. (Phenix.) 304 

Apology for Oath of Allegiance. 18 

The Prince's Cabala, &c. 133 

Sett &, Dec. for gov. of Edinbuigh. (T. 4.) 70 

Papers reL to Marriage of. 278 

Letters of, and his Queen and Family. 282 

Miscellaneous Papers reL to. 281 

Geneal. ot See Harry. Fun.Serm.on. See Williams. 

VII. (II. of G. B.) Life o^ by Himaelt 240 

— -. EttunB*0tXt»n Aivn^ PourtofK. Charles II. 80 

Royal Tracts. ... 26 

Discoveries of Conspiracies against, 1685. 3 

ProcL for Toleration in ScotL (T.) 84. 287. 289 

Secret History of. . . . 109 

Four Tracts relative to. . . 95 

Ace of Statues of, at Newcastle. (N. T. 6. 7.) 257 

111. (Old Pretender) Dedaraiion of. (3/.C.5.) 11 

Jameson's (Prof. Rob.) Manual of Mineralogy. 298 

— Edinbuigh Philosophical Journal. 329 

(Mrs.) Diary of an Ennuyte. . 318 

Jamieson's (Rev. Dr. John) Wallace and Bruce. 4 

Hist of Culdees of lona. . 14 

Eternity, a Poem, (R. P. 3.) 80 

Hermes Scythicus. 204 

Dictionary of Scottish Language. . 266 



Jamieson's (Rev. Dr. J.) Use of Sacred History. 292 JohnBon (Charles) Six Plays 













(Rob.) Popular Ballads and Songs. 

Capt Buries Letters. 

lUust of Northern Antiquities. 

(Robt.) Graham^ Anatomie of Humors. 

.Tapan, History o£ (M. U. H. 7.) 

Jardine, (Sir Henry) Melvill's Diary. 

(Sir Wm.) Whitens Nat Hist of Selbome. 

Janris's (T. M.) Accredited Ghost Stories 

Jean de Troyes, M^moires. (P. C.) 

de Saintr^, (Petit) Histoire et Cronique de. 

.Teanne d'Arc, Mdmoires sur. (P. C.) 

Memoirs of. See Ireland. 

Jcannin, (President) Mtf moires. (P. C.) 

.Tebb, (Sam.) Au tores XVI. de Maria Scot R^. 

Life of Robert, Earl of Leicester. 

JefTery, (Edward) Sir C. H. Williams^ Works. 

Catalogue of Dr.Heath*s Library. 

Jeffere} a, (Geo. Lord) Life and Death of. (WM.) 

Dunton's Panegyric on. (M. A.) 

Jetfrey of Monmouth's Brit Hist by Thompson. 


.Teffrie9'8(Dr. J.) Aerial Voyages. (T. A. &c. 1.) 338 

Jenkins's (D.) Lex Terrae Angliae. (M. T. 4.) 

: (Elijah) Joe Miller's Jests (J.T. 1.) 

and Lowellin'S Travels in Africa. 

Jenyns's (Soame) Poems. (E. P.) 

Jerdan's (Wm.) Jouy'S Paris Spectator. 

Jersey, Acbount of. See Falle. 

Jesuits, Decree at Rome against, 1679. (T. 15.) 286 

Proceedings of French King& ParLagt 1661. 292 

Jeux de Cartes et de Dez, Rem. sur. See Daneau. 

Jevon's (Thos.) Devil of a Wife, Farce. (O. P. 37.) 220 

Jew^ History of. ( A.U.H.2.3.M.U.H. 10.1 1 .) 205-6 

Traditions of the. See Stohlin. . 135 

.Toachimi ( Abb. Calabri) Vatidnia et Praedictionee. 142 







.loannes, Prior Hagustaldensis. (Twysd.) 
.Tob, Poetical Exercitations on. See Clark. 
Jocelyn'S Life and Acts of St Patrick SwiilL 
Johannaei (F.) Hist ElccL Islandiae. 
.Tohn Bon and Mast Person, 
.rohn Bull, History of. See Arbuthnot 
.Tohnes's (Thomas) Froissarfs Chronicles. 

Join villous Memoirs. 

Life of Froissart, by St Palaye. 


Johnson's (Capt C.) Lives of Highwaym. Murd. &c. 154 
History of the Pyrates. . 127 


(Rd.) Seven Champions of Xendom. 106 

Boterus's Relations of Famous Kingdoms. 258 
(Rev. Sam« or Julian) Worics. . 29 

Argument on Abrogation of K. James. (T. 20.) 285 
Essay on Parliaments. (M. T. 14.) 288 

Vindication of Magna Charta. (T. N. T. 24.) 288 
(Sam. of Cheshire) Hurlothrumba (O.P. 38.) 220 
(Dr. Sam.) Lives of English Poets. 41. 42 

Shakspeare^s Plays. . . 210 

Poems. (E. P.) ... 42 

Rasselas. (B. N. L.) 63. 196. 270 
















Rambler and Idler. (B. E.) 

London, a Poem. (M. P. 19.) 

Prol. at Op. of Drury Lane Th. (P. P. 5.) 

— Lobo*8 Voyage to Abyssinia. 

Life of Ascham. (A. E. W.) 

Life of Savage. (S. W. ) 

Marmor Norfoldense. 

Works, by Murphy and Chalmeis. 

Life, &c by Boswell and Croker. 

Consid. on the Com Laws. (H. P. L.) 

Dictionary of the English Language. 

Johnstone's (Chas.) ChrysaL (B. N. L.) 

(Chevalier) Memoirs of Rebellion 1745. 

(Rev. Jas.) Antiq. Celto-Scandicae. 


(J. F. W.) Meet of NatunUists at Hamburgh. 345 

(J. & J.) Hist of Heriot's Hospital. 6 

Hist, of Holyrood House. . . 9 

Descr. of Roslyn Chapel and Castle. 180 

(Sir John, of Caskaben) Life and Death of. 70 

(Walter) Descr. of Prince Edward Island. 237 

(Wm.) Stair's Institutes. . 263 

(Wm.) Beckmann*s Hist of Inventions. 204 

Joinville, (Sieur de) Mtfmoires. (P. C.) . 49 

Memoirs of, trans, by Johnes. . 28 

Jolande, a Tale, and other Poems. . 322 

Jolly Huntsman's Garland. See Sharp. . 174 

Jolly's (Rev. T.) Vindication of Surrey Demoniack. 150 








Joly, (Claude) Memoires. (P. C.) . 

(Guy) Memoires. (P. C.) 

Jomsvikinga Saga. .... 
Jonae (Run.) Rudim. Granmi. Islandicae. . 
Jones, (Captain) Legend o^ See Lloyd. . 

(John) Adrasta, Tragi-Com. (O. P. 3.) 

(Stephen) Baker's Biographia Dramatica. 



Ker, (John, of Kenland) Memoin ot . 7 

(Maj.Gen. Wal.)Memorial for, agt Sir J. I. Ker. 3 

(Rob.) Diacourse of Peace and War. (T. 3.) 6 8 

Abstract of Writings of. . . 77 

Account of Nobility, &c. of Scotland. (T. 1.) t^ 

Kerr, (Christian) Last Words o£ (T. 1.) . 74 

(Capt Jas.) Account of Marhattah States. 258 

(Rob.) History, &c. of King Robert Bruce. 10 

Collection of Voyages and Travels. • R4 

Gcoi^gcade, a Poem. . . . 322 

Kerr}', Stone Amphitheatre disc in. See Vallanoe}'. 
Key to business of Session, 1742. (P. T. 16.) 310 

to Orders in Council, 10)2. (P. T. 6.) 312 

to "Almack's." (M. E. P. 10.) . 343 

Key's (Rev. Dr.) New Catechism. (T. 1.) 77 

Khnsipnusad Ghosh'ft Shair, &c. Poems. . 322 

Kid, (John) and King (John) Last Speeches o£ 65 

Sermons. (Howie.) 71 

Kidd's (Wra.) Illustrations of Bums. . 196 

Kilkenny Cathedral, Epitaphs iiL See Shee. 
Killamey, Lakes of. See Smith. Wright 
Killigrew's (Henr}) Conspiracy, Tragedy. 217 

(Thomas) Plays. ... 207 

Kilmarnock, (Lord) Memoirs of. (T. 1.) • ^3 

Foster and Finch's Account of, &c. (T. 1-4.) 96 

Kilsyth, Extr. Work of Spirit of God at See Robe. 
King's (T. R.) Modem PUgrimage, Ballad. (S.P.1.) 341 

(Dr. W.) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

Original Works, with Life. Nichols. . 194 

Political and Literary Anecdotes. . 256 

Kingston, (Vise.) Hist of House of Seytoun. 280 

Kinloch,(Sir A. G.) Trial of; for murd. of his brother. 295 


(G. R.) Ancient Scottish Ballads. 
Babell, by Dr. A. Pitcaim. 
Lament's Diary. • 

Kippis's (Rev. Dr. A.) Biographia Britannica. 
Kircheri (Ath.) Mundus Subterraneus. 
Kirchmanni (J.) Comment Hist de Reg. Nonrag. 98 
Kirk's (Rev. R.) Essays on the Scots Fairies, &c 139 
Kirke's (J.) Seven Champions of Xdom.(O.P. 2.) 214 

(T.) Modem Account of Scotland. . 21 

Kirkby's (John) History of Automathes, (P. R.) 43. 44 
Kirkcudbright, Ainslie's Map of Stew. of. 260 

Presby.agt Mackmillan,(T.l 7.)67.(C.T.28.29.)291 

Kirkiad, The, a Poem. (R. P. 1.) . . 00 
Kirkman's (F.) Amadis de Gaule, part 6. . 102 
Unlucky Citizen. ... 131 

Kirkman's Catalogue of Plays, 1671. (O. P. 16.) 220 

(and Head) English Rogue. . . 181 

Kirkton's (Rev. J.) Hist of Chureh of Scot by Sbarpe. 5 

History of Mr. John Welsh. . . 78 

Kirkwood's Plans of Edinburgh. . . 260 

(Rev. Mr.) Plea before the Kirk. (R.C. T. 1.) 283 

(Schoolm.) Hist of the 27 Gods of Linlithgow. 181 

Kitchen Novels, Collection of. . . 136 

Kitchiner's (Dr. W.) Art of Invigorating Life. 300 
Kitty, Miss, Parody on Lenora. (P. P. 2.) . 812 

Klopstock's Messiah, by Collyers. . . 292 

Knarcsborough, Hist of. See Hargrove. MetcalU 
Knight, (H. Gaily) Eastern Sketches. . 162 

Ildcrim, a S}Tian Tale. (P. C. 4w) . 165 

(R. Payne) Principles of Taste. 158 

Monody on Charles Fox. (P. tc P. 13.) 192 

Knighton, (Henricus) (Twysd.) . . 27 

Knipe's (EUza) Six NarraUve Poems. (M. P. 5.) 186 
Knolls's (R.) and Rycaut'a Turkish History. 262 

abridged by Savnge. . . 238 

Knowles, (Sir F.) Churchyard's Funeral of. (H.9.) 184 
Knox, (John) History of the Reformation. 2 

Life of, by Dr. MK^rie. . . 4. 18 

See Bannatyne, (Rich.) 

(John) Tour through Highlands and HebridesL 17 

(Rev. Dr. V.) Narr. of Trans, at Brigjhton, 1 793. 296 

(Wm.) Lonely Hearth. 1G3. Songs of IsitoL 168 

Knytlinga Saga. .... 56 

Koch, (Dr. K. J.) Deutschen Litt-Geschichte. 53 

(F.) Campagnc de 1814. . . 325 

Koliades, (Const.) Ulysse-IIomere. . 228 

Kong's Skugg-sio. .... 63 

Kopp, (C. P.) Verfassung d. heiml. Gericht 48 

Kdmer's (Th.) Leyer and Schwert. .54 

Lyra og S^-aerd, ved Thaarap. . 269 

Dramatische Beytrage. 54. Poetische Nachlass. 54 

Kommannus, (H.) De Viiginitatis Jure. . 115 

Kotzebue, (Aug. von.) Bmder Moritz, Lustsp. (T.) 48 

's Patriot Father, by Shoberl. . . 166 

Krakumal, Epic. Rag. Lodbroci. . . 99 

Kristni-Saga. .... 99 

Krug's Wcscn u. Wirken d. Tugenbundet. 274 

KufTner, (Ch.) Hesperidenhain d. Romantik. 52 

Kurt von der Wetterbuig. ... 47 

Kyd's (Stewart) Law of Bills of Exchange. 296 

(Tho.) Spanish Tragedy. . 216 

Soliman and Perseda, Trag. « 216 



Las Cases, (Count) Leaage^s Histor. Atlas. 330 

Letters of, to Sir Hudson Lowe, • 319 

Memorial de Ste. HAhne. . • 

Lasniori (J.) Tract de Lapide Philoe. (T. 3.) 
Latimer's (Bp. Hugh) Fruitful Sermons. • 
Latocnaye, Promenade de la Gr. Bietagne. 38 
Laud, (Abp.) The Grand Impostor. See Burton. 
Lauder, (Sir Johiu) See Fountainhall, (Lord.) 
(Sir T. Dick) Ace. of Floods in Morayshire. 301 

!La ys of the Minnesingers. See Taylor, (Ed.) 

of the Lindsays. See Scott. 

327 Laxarillo de Tonnes. See Mendoia. 
141 ; Leaden Age, The. (O. P. 19.) . . 157 

71 ; Leanard's (John) Counterfeits, Comedy. (O.P.42.) 220 


Leasee Treatise on. See Bell (R.) 
Leaves of Laurel. By Q. Q. and W. W. 
Leclerc^ (Th.) Course of the French Language. 
Leilwich'8 (Rev. K) Antiquities of Ireland. 

LaudcnlAle,(£arl of) Inform. for,agt. John Swinton. 82 : Ledyard, Aventures d'un jeune Anglois. (V. I.) 


(Duke of) Letters to. See Argyle. Kennedy. 

Laugh upon Laugh, &c. a Poem. • • 248 

Laun, (F. u. Latrobe F.) Geisterwelt Geachichten. 54 
Laureat, The, or Right Side of CoUey Cibber. 21 1 
Laurence's (Abp. of Cashel) Ch. to Clergy. (I.P.2. j 343 

(Dr. F.) Probationary Odes. 

Rollind, Probationary Odes, &c 

(Sir James) Etonian out of Boimds. 

Nobility of the British Gentry. 

(Miss H.) London in Olden Time. . 

Talcs of an Antiquary. 

Lauretta Pisano, Leb. e. ItaL Buhlerinn. 
Laurie's Map of Mid-Lothian. . 


Lavateru8,(L.) De Specttis,Lemuribus,&c(T.l.)l 14.146 
Laveau, Guide du Voyageur ^ Moscou. . 323 

Laveaux, ( ) Nuits Champ^tres. (M. 1.) 1 13 

Law, Grandeur of the. Sec Philips. 
Law, (John) Life of. See Wood. 

Poem to. See Ramsay. (A.) 

(Rev. Robert) MemoriaU, {T.) . 57 

, edited by C. K. Sharpe. . . 3 

Laws against Prophancness, Disc, concerning. (T. 3.) 88 

Vind. of inform, of breaches ofl (T. A. 1 .) 285 

and Judicatures of Scotland Vindicated. 97 

in favour of the Reformation inScoUand(T.l.)291 

Lawson's (Edw.) Academic Sportsman. (D. T. l.)j 217 

Relics of Melodino. . . 167 

Report on Irish Inland Navigation. (I, T. 2.) 313 

Report on Records of Ireland. (I. T. 1«) 313 

Lawjer Outlawed ; Answer to Hunt, 1683. (T. 2.) 284 

Lettor£roma,onEa8tIndiaStock.(P.R.T.12.) 290 

Laxdaela Saga. Thorkelin. • • 101 

Lay of Agincourt, a Poem. • . 163 

of the Reed- Water Minstrel. See Rokesby. 

Laymann, (P.) Proc Jur. contra Sagas,&c (A.dA) 153 
Layman's Lamentation^ The^ Poem, {S. P. 2.) 132 
Sermon on RebeUion, 1745, (T. 10.) 98 

Lee, (Harriet) Mysterious Marriage, Play. (P. 2.) 213 

(Rev. Dr. J.) Narr. de V. ct M. Rob. RoUok. 277 

(Nnth.) Dramatic Works. . . 217 

Ten Tragedies. . . . 218 

Theodosius. Junius Brutus. (O. P. 2. 3.) 222 

(Wm.) History of Lewes and Brighton. 303 

Lewes (Charles) Memoirs of. . 322 

Leeds, (W. H.) PopuLir Northern Tales. 335 

Lefonu's (Mrs.) Sons of Erin. (M. P. 2.) . 209 

Lefebre de Villebnmo, Nouvelles de Cervantes. 36 
Lefranc de Pompiguan, Voy. de Languedoc (V. I.) 45 
Legend of Captain Jones. See Lloyd, (D.) 

of Cathleen and Kevin. See Webb. 

Leffcnda Aurea Sanctorum. See Voragine. 1 1 

Leges Gula-Thingensea. Jus Comm. Nor?6g;ieam. 64 
Legrand d^Aussy, Fabliaux,&c 1 2. et 1 3. Siielea. 40. 1 1 8 

Fabliaux, transl. by Way and Ellis. 1 87 

Partenopex de Blois, by Rose. • 185 

Le Gr^'s, (Sir R.) Barclay's Argenis. . 1 02 

Leibnitii (G. G.) Scriptores R. Brunsvioensiam. 265 
Leicester, Exact Relat of Siege of; 1645. (T. 10.) 60 

(R. Eari of) Ent, at KiUingworth. (Q. E. P. 4.) 266 

Life of. See Drake. Jebh. 

Traditions respecting Countess o£ (T. C.) 303 

's Commonwealth. See Parsons. 

Leigh's (R.) Cons, of the Rota on Conq. of Oxanada. 21 1 
Leinster, Elxcursions through. See Cromwell. 
Leipzig, Narrative, &c of Battle of. (R. M. 6.) 326 
Leipsick, or Germany Restored, Poem. See Trotter. 165 


Leland's (John) Itinerary and Life. 

Assertion of King Arthur, by Robinson. 

(Rev. Dr. X.) Hist, of Ireland. 

Le Maire, (J.) Illustrations de Gaule. 
Lemaire, (M. H.)Hist. de la RevoL Francaise. 
Lemene, (F. de) Narciso. (P. I. 36.) 
Lemnius, (L.7 De Miraculis occult. Naturae. 
Lemoyne, (Pierre) Galerie des Femmes Fortes. 



Lhuyd's (Humfiy) Breviary of Britajne. See Lewis (Jn.) 
lAbiu» Disconius, (O, E. M. R. 3.) . 1 05 

Library of Useful Knowledge, Natural Philosophy. 300 
Licensing Act, Ld. Chesterfield's Speech on the. 58 
Lichfield Cathedral, Account of. White. 249 

Lidgate,(John.) See Lydgate. 
Life of Faith, Sermon explaining the. (T. 8.) 74 

LiketoLike. Hist ofWillSquelsh& Harry Halter. 305 
LUbume, (CoL J.) Trial of. . . G2 

Lillo*8 (Geo.) Silvia, or Country Burial, Opera 212 

Works, with Life. ... 217 

Lilly's ( W.) Book of Knowledge. . 1 33 

Christian Astrologer. . . 148 

Starry Messenger. . . 148 

Ancient and Modem Predictions. 148 

—^. Astrological Predictions. . 148 

Life, by himaell . . 149 

Lily's (John) Euphues. Anatomy of Wit 102 

Euphues and his England. . . 102 

Six Court Comedies. . . 217 

Lincoln's Inn, Students' Guide ta See Lone. 
Lindsay *s (Sir David) Heraldic Manuscript 12 

Works. 21. Poetical Works, by Chalmers. 105 

Satyre of theThrie Estati^ by Sibbald. 1 73 

(Rev. H.) State of Ch. of Scotland, 1733. 75 

(Sir R. of Pitscottie) Cronydes of Scotland. 8. 259 

Lindsays, La}'s of the. See Scott 
Linen Manuf.of Scot Reasons for encour. (P.T. 34.) 31 1 
Lines on the Indulgence^ and Reply, (O. P. 3.) 284 

Lingard's (Rev. Dr. J.) History of England. 241 

Vind. of Hist of England. (H.P.T. 1.) 343 

Lingbye, Faeroiske Quaeder, &c 99 

Lingua, a Comedy. See Brewer. 
Linguet, M^m. sur la Bastille. . 323 

Lintot, (Mad. de) Contes. (C. F.) . 43 

Lippi, (Lor.) Malmantilc Rocquistato. (P. J.) 56 

Lipscomb's (W.) Benet Eff. of Inoculation (O. P. P.) 1G9 
Lirici Antichi Italiani. (P. 1. 6.) . . 55 

Lisbon, Anat of English Nunnery at Robinson. 76 
Lisvart of Greece. (Am. de G. p. 6.) . 102 

Lithgow's(Wm.) Gushing Tears of Godly Sorrow. (T.) 6 

Survey of London. (T.) . . 6 

Siege of Newcastle. (T.) 6. (T. 8.) 60. 256 

Nineteen Years' Travels. . . 6 

Littledale,(Eklw.) Constable's Diana. . 275 

(Justice) Skelton's Magnyfycenoe. Interlude. 276 

Liturgy, Di£ betw. the Eng. and Scott 10*37. (P. 8.) 305 

Livii (T.) HistoriaRomana,Gronovii.(V.L.C.27.) 226 
Livingston'! (Dr. E.) Penal Code for Louisiana. 264 

(Rev. John) Life & Characteristics. (T. 1.2.) 67. 77 

Letters. .... 76 

Letter to his Parishioners, 1671. (R. T. 1.) 289 

(Sir Thos.) Exercise of the Foot, &c 1693. 250 

Lixars'ft ( W. H.) T<ac»niir Strevelinense. 12 

Llaguno, ( Sum. de los Reyes de Espana. 48 
Lloyd's (Cha.) Duke of Ormond, Tragedy. 1 93 

(David) State Worthies of Engkmd. 245 

Memoirs of Sufferers during the Civil War. 252 

(Rev. D.) Legend of Capt Jones. . 132 

(H.) Treasury of Health of P. Hyspanius. 1 1 

(J. A.) Percy's Cuck Quean, &c. 276 

(Rev. R. Lumley.) See Punch turned Critick. 

(Robert) Poems. (E. P.) . . 42 

Lly ware Hen, Heroic Elegies of. Owen. 156 

Lobe's (Father) Voyage to Abyssinia. See Johnson. 
Lobeyra, (Vasco) Amadis of Gaul. Southey. 112 

Loch's (J.) Ace. of Imp. on Sutherland Est (A.T.4.) 300 
Locke, (John) Lett cone Toleration. (T. 23.) 285 

Treatise of raising our Coin. (S. T. 69.) 307 

Life and Writings of. Account of. (8. T. 67.) 307 

Lockhart, ( of Lee)Campaign of, 1657-8.(Mor.M.) 250 











(Geo.) Memoirs of Scotland. (T.) 

Papers, by AufVere. 

(J. G.) Don Quixote, by Motteux. 

Ancient Spanish Ballada 

Valerius, a Roman Story. 

Reginald Dalton. 

Matthew Wald. 

Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk. 

Life of Bums. 

Life of Napoleon. (M. F. L.) 

Court & Camp of Buonaparte. (M. F. L.) 315 

Memoirs of Sir Walter Scott . 322 

Locrd, (Baron) Code Civil, avec Commentaire. 328 
Lodbroci (Rag.) Epicedium. See Krakumal. 
Loddiges, (Messrs.) Botanical Cabinet 198 

Lodge's (Edm.) Illustrations of British History. 240 

Illustrious Personages of Gr. Britain. 261 

( ) Peerage of Ireland. 244 

(Thos. & Greene's) Looking Glass for London. 216 

LoCve-Veimars, Hist des Trib. Secrets d'Allem. 269 
Logan's (Rev. John) PoemsL (R P.) 42. 190 

Lohengrin, Altdeutsches Gedicht. See Goerres. 
Lokman, Fables Indiennes (C. F.) 44 



Luddites, Trials of the, at York, Jan. 1818. 
Lude's (Comte du) Treatise of Spirits. 
Ax laid to the root of Popery. 

127. 177 

Ludlow^ (Gen. Edmund) Memoirs. 

Ludus Scacchiae. Chesse Play. 1597. 

Ludwig^ German and English Dictionaiy. 

Luise, KGniginn von Preussen, Lebensbesch. 838 

Lumsden^B (M.) Genealogy of Forbes Family. 19 

Luna, (Don Alvaro de) Cronica. 

(Mig. de) Hist del Rey Don Bodrigo. 121 

Lunardi's (V.) First Aerial Voyage in England. 183 

Five Aerial Voyages in Scotland. . 183 

Lunatic Asylums. See Duncan. Stark. 

Lundie*s (Rev. A.) Synod Sennon, 1726. (8. 8.) 293 

(Rev. Thos.) Predictions. • . 75 

Luscombe's (M. H.) Pleasures of Society. (P.P. 8.) 343 
Lussan, (Mad. M. de) Revolution de Naples. 1647-8. 39 

Veill^ de Thessalie. (C. F.) . 44 

Luther^s (Mart) Commentary on GalatJans. 84 

Luttrers( ) Advice to Julia. . )93 

Lutzen, Battle of; Relation o£ (B. and 8. 1.) 157 

Luxembuig, Siege oH (B. and 8. 2.) . 157 
Lycanthropie. See Priein*, (Clsudo). Nynauld. 

Lycoethenis Sup. Jul. Obaeq. de Prodigiis. . 146 

Lydgate, (John) Bochas* Tragedies. . 156 

Life of Hector. ... 101 

Chorle & Birde. Hors Shepe & Ghooa. 275 

Lye, (Edw. et Manning) Diet Saxon, et Goth. Lat 248 

Lyle, (Thos.) Ancient Ballads and Songs. 161 

Lyme Regis, Dorset, History o£ Roberts. • 303 

Garrison, Rel. of relieving o^ 1644. (T. 17.) 60 

Lynch's (P.) Introd. to Irish Language. . 33 

Lyndsay "s (Da v.) Dramas of the Ancient World. 211 

Lyoun'ft ( Jna) Teares for Earl of Dunfermling. 277 

Lyric Poems, by J. M. C. B. . . 196 

LysaghfS (Edw.) Poems. . . 192 

Lysis, or Elxtravagant Shepherd, Romance. 102 

Lyttelton's (Geo. Lord) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

History of King Henry II. 286 

Court Secret ... 59 

Monody to Memory of a Lady. (P. P. 6.) 230 

Miscellaneous Woriu, by Ayscougb. 203 






M. (G.) Miscellanea. Wise and Ingenious Sayings. 135 

Praise of Yorkshire Ale. • . 170 

M. (T.) Cloud of Witnesses, or Suflfererli Mhrrour. 78 
M. (T.) Walker^s Hist of Independency, pt 4. 237 
M** (Marq. de) Les Solitaires en belle himieur. 88 
Mabillon et Germain, Museum Italicum. 273 

Mabrion, Roy de Hierusalem, Chronique de.(CtF. A.)l 1 9 
M'Alpine's (J.) Memoirs. • 

Macaulay'ft (Rev. K.) History of St Hilda. 

(Miss) Histrionic Delin. of Mary Q. of Scots. 

M'Bane's (D.) Expert Sword-man. 
M'Caig, (Rev. W.) Address, &c on Conduct of. 
Maccartney's Lett on Duel b. Ham. & Mohun. (T.) 58 
Mackcoull, (or Moffiit, John) Abuses of Justice. 296 

Life and Trial o^ by Donovan. . 296 

M<:Ue*s (Rev. Dr. Th.) Life of John Knox. 418 

Life of Andrew Melville. . . 302 

Lives of William Veitch and Geoige Brysson. 802 

Macculloch'ft (Dr. Jn.) Descript of Western Islands. 19 
-i-. Lett on Highlands and West IsL See Browne. 22 
MK^ulloh's (Dr. J. H.) Res. on Amer. Abor. Hist 81 
M'Diarmid's (John) Sketches Arom Nature. 85 

Macdonald Family, Hist and GeneaL of. 23 

^.- Letters to Inverness Journal, ag. CL Ronald. 19 

Macdonald, Vindication of CI. Ron. ag. In v. Jour. 19 

(Alex.) Ossiani Phingaleis. . . 14 

Register of Ministers, &C. . . 280 

(Rev. Alex.) Gaelic Dictionary. . 264 

(And.) Discus. &c. of Thistle and Rose. 94. 31 1 

(Rev. A.) The Independent, NoveL • 85 

Laura, a Novel. ... 85 

Miscellaneous Works, incL Vimonda, Tiag. 202 

(Arch, of Barisdale) Life. . , 91 

(Flora) Life o£ (Fern. Reb.) . 92 

(J.) Travels in Europe, Asia, &c. . 9 

(J. P.) Keppoch Song, a Poem. • 8 

(Sawney) Disc on Use and Abuse of AppareL 98 

MacdufTs Cross, Cunningham*s Essay on. 17 

Macedonians, Anc. Hist of. (U. H. 7. 8.) • 205 

MacFarlane^s (R.) Gaelic and Eng. Vocabulary. 121 
MKSeoige, (And.) Miscell. Papers, Maiy & Jas. VL281 
Macgregor,( Al.)Reports of certain Parishes in Scot 282 

(Jas. Dun. A Rob.) Trials of. . 91 

Maogregor,(Rob Roy) Memorable Actions of.(H.R.) 95 

See Gregory. 

and Lament, a Traditionaiy Tale. . 341 

M*Intosh's(of Borhim) Essay on inclosing, &c Soot 259 
Macintosh, (Geo.) Life & DeaUi of Jas. I. of Scot 282 



Magica, Hiitoiia Mimb. de Spectrin, &e. 124. 183 

Magical Viaion, or Fallacies of Witchemft. (T. 2.) 108 
Maginnli (Dr. W.) WhitehalL . 385 

Magistracy, Mystery of, unTaUed. (T. 1 6.) . 285 

Original and Design of. (T. 6.) . 289 

Magna Charta, History o( by Thomson. 124 

Magni (Joann.) Gothorum, Sueon. &c Hist 99 

(Olai) Hist de Gent Septent . 185 

(R^gis) Leges Gula Thingenses, &c 64 

Magnus's (01.) Hist ofGoths, Swedes, & Vandals. 64 
Alagnusen, (Prof. F.) Uds. o. d. Kaukai. Mennekest 99 

, Forklaring o, e. Rune-Indskrift. 99 

, Forklaring &c. af Ossian'b Digte. 51 

, Opiysningcr om Kildeme, &c. 64 

, Om Pictames, &c. ... 98 

Mahon's (Vise) Speech on Refoim Bill (P. P. 6.) 345 
Maidment, (Jas.) The Ballad Book. 161 

Banquet of Dainties for str. stem. 115 

Chronicle of Perth. ... 281 

J. Davidson Vi Poetical Remains. . 164 

Declar. of Nob. and Gent, on Raid of Ruthven. 15 

— Excerpta Scotica. 

>»-. Lyoun's Teares for Lord Dunfermling. 

North Countrie Garland. 

Nugae Derelictae. 

— ^ Nugac Scoticae. 
— — . Scottish P&squils, 

Templaria. .... 

Torphichen Charters. 

Maicr'^s (II. H.) Fust von Stromberg. 

WU/red o/Strombety, trant, by Sir W, S, 

Maieri (Mich.) Symbola Aurea XII. Nationum 

— Jocus Severus. 

Lusus Serius. 

Tractatus de Auro. 

Tripus Aureus. 

Maierus' Themis Aurea. Laws of Fr. of Ros. Cr. 

Maillet's Telliamed. 

Maimbouig, (Louis) Histoire des Iconoclastes. 

— Hist du Calyinisroe, Rem. sur. See Rou. 
Maine's (Rev. Dr. J.) Amorous Warre, Trag. 

Beaugu^, Guerre d'Econe, 1548-9. 
Blackwood's (Ad.) History of Q. Mary 
Beves of Hamtoun, a Metrical Romance. 
Cartularium Comitatus de Levenaz. 






Chronicle of Perth, 1210-1668 281 

Chronicles ofKings of Scotland to 1611. 280 

Clariodos, a Metrical Romance. . 280 

Cochrane Correspondence reg. GUugow, 1745-6. 282 

Dalgamo^ (Geo. of Aberdeen) Works. 281 

Drunmond's ( Wm. of Hawthomden) Poems. 281 

Duncan's (R.) Literary History of Glasgow. 280 

GU^w, Burgh Records of, 1573-1581. 281 

Gray's (Sir Thoa.) Scala Chronica, 1066-1362. 282 

Hamilton's Desc. of Lanark and Renfrewshiiea. 280 

Henrysonli (Robert) Moral FMiles, 281 

James I. of Scotland, Life and Death ot 282 

Illustrations of Scottish History, 12th to 16thcent 281 

Lamonfs (John) Diary, 1649-1671. . 280 

Letters of K. James VI. and his Family. 282 

Mackayli (Gen.) Wan in Scotland and Ireland. 281 

Maitland Club. Registrum Metellanum, p. 1. 281 

Catalogue of Works printed for. 282 

Miscellany, pts. 1 & 2. . 281 

MaitUnd's (Sir R.) Hist of House of Seytoun. 280 

Poems. .... 280 

Miscellaneous Papers on Reigns of Mary and Jas. 281 

Moysie's (D.) Memoirs of Scotland, 1577-1608. 280 

Papers rel. to Roy. €^ of Scot Archers in Franoe. 211 

Pitcaim's (Dr. A.) Babell, a Poem. . 280 

Records of Burgh of Prestwick in Ayrshire. 281 

Register of Ministers, Exhorters, and Readers. 280 

Registrum Monasterii de Paaselct . 281 

Reports of Certain Parishes in Scotland. 282 

Rob Stene's Dream, a Poem. . . 282 

Selections from unpub. MSS. in reign of Q. Mary. 282 

Urquhart's (Sir Thos.) Works. . . 281 

Winzct's Tractatis for Reform, of Doctryne. 282 

Wodrow's Lives of Reformers and Ministers. 281 

Maitland's (Thoa.) Boece'to Hist of Scotland. 2 

Boethii Episc. Murth. et Aberd. Vitae. 277 

Affaires du Conte de Boduel, 1568. 278 

Geo. Dalgamo^ Woiin. . . 281 

Herrick's Poetical Works. . . 156 

Symson's Description of Galloway. 17 

(Capt F. L.) Nar. of Buonaparte'^ Surrender. 31 9 

Majoris (Jo.) Hist Majoris Britanniae. 4 

Malcolm's (Rev. D.) Celtick Antiquities. 18 

(Jas. P.) Granger^ Correspondence. 203 

Anecdotes of London. . 254 

(Sir John) History of Persia. 241 



Malcolm's (Sir J.) Persia, a Poem. 
. Instructions to Officers. 


(Lieut John) Buccanier and other Poems. 

Kalespini, (C.) Ducento Novelle. . 

Malkin's (Dr. B. H.) Father^s Memoirs of his Child. 197 

Mallet's (David) Poems. (£. P.) . . 42 

BCalleus Maleficarum, Sprengeri. 142 

Mallorie, (Melchisedek.) SeeHalL 

Malmsbury, Vind. of Surrender of, 1643. (T. 10.) 60 

Malta, History of, and the Knights. (M. U. H. 15.) 206 

Siege of, by the Turks. PrimUof, . 330 

See Abela. Brydone. Dryden. Vertot 

Maltbyli (Bp.) Illustrations of Truth of Xtianity, 292 
— .» Sermons, .... 292 

ilfoji, Andmt Laws f/the Itle o/, b^ Tram, . 264 

See Johnstone. Sacheverell. Waldron. 

Man of Honour, a Poem. (P. P. 7. P. T. 10.) 309. 312 
Man of Taste, oocas. by Pope*tt Epistle. (M. P.) 181 
Managers, The, a Ballad. (O. P. 29.) . 157 

Manchester, (Earl of) Al Mondo . . 26 

Mancini Niveniois. Richardet. . . 116 

Mandno, (Pietio) Istoria di. (I. C. I. 5.) . 339 

Maiideyille'ft (Bern.) Defence of Public Stews. 128 

GrumbUng Hive. (O. P. 25.) 1 57 

Mandrin, Life and Surprising Exploits of. 297 

Manes Presbyteriani. Monuments of the Kirk. 72 

Mangone, (Bened.) Lamento, &c &c (8. N. S. 1.) 340 
Manifest Truths, or Inversion of Truths Manifest 59 
Mauley's (Mrs.) Lucius, Tragedy. (O. P. 48.) 220 

(Mrs.) Court of Atalantis. . . 248 

Manning's, (F.) Generous Choice, Com. (O. P. 44.) 221 

(Rev. Owen) Lye's Saxon Dictionary. 248 

Mant, (Bp.) Thos. Warton's Poetical Works. 198 

Manton's(Rev.T.)SmectymnuusRedivivus.(T.20.) 286 
Manuscrit venu de Ste. Helene. 327 

Manzoni, (A.) I Promessi Spoei. 274 

Maquayli (G. P.) Royal Progress. (I. P. 2.) 341 

Marana's (J. P.) Letters of a TurkiiSi Spy. 1 83 

Mar's (J. Earl of) Letter to the King, 1715. 89 

with Remarks, by Steele. (P. T. 9.) 808 

Marchand, (Mad. le) Boca. (C. F.) . 44 

Maichant's (J.) Hist of RebeUion, 1745. . 89 

Marche, (Olivier de la) M^oires. (P. C.) 49 

Ifarchmont Papers, by Sir G. Rose. 254 

See Rose, (Geo.) Baillie, (Geo.) 

Marengo, Relations de la Bataille de, &c. . 324 

Maiguerite de Valois, (Reine) M^moires. (P. C.) 50. 1 14 

Marguerite, (Reine) Nouvelles. 120 

Bfaria, Scot Regina, Autores XVI. de, Jebb. 12 

See Marie. Mary. Craig. Gentx. 

Mariamne, a NoveL 336 

Marian, a Novel, .... 336 

Mariana'ls History of Spain, by Stevens. 262 

Marie^Fahletde{E.M.R,A,) . . 183 

Marie de Medicis, &c. Hist de, par Richelieu. 41 

(R. d'EscosBo) Hist Tnigique de. (Jebb. CoU.) 12 

Mort de. 11. (Jebb. ColL) . . 12 

Menu de la Maison de, &c. See Pinguillon. 

Mario Antoinette, (Reine) Mtooires sur. 323-4 

Marietta Cortigiana, Istoria dL (S. N. a 13.) 340 

Marillac, (Mich, de) M^oires. (P. C.) 50 

Mariner's (John) Accoimt of Tonga Isles. 255 

Marino, (Cav.) L'Adone. 54. Rime. 39 

Maripetri (H.) Seraphicae in D. Frandsd Vitam. 268 
Marivaux, ( ) Le Paysan Parvenu. ] 12 

Voiture embourb^. (V. I.) . 45 

Marivaux's Life of Marianne. (H. N.) . 341 

Marioreybanks' (G.) Annals of Scotland. Dalyell. 23 
Marjoribanks' (Capt J.) Trifles in Veise, &c. 22 

Markhamli (Gerv.) Maister Peece. 248 

'ft (Mrs.) History of France. . 301 

Markland, (J. H.) on Use of Carriages in England. 32 
— Chester Mysteries. . . . 275 

Letter on Museum for Soc. of Ant (H.P.T.3.) 343 

Marlborough Ghost, seen by Mr. SacheverelL 143 

(John, Duke of) Tracts respecting : 

No Queen, No General (T. 7.) . 293 

Information against, and Answer. (S. T. 61.) 307 
Narr. of Life and Actions o£ (B.T. 1.) 130. 307 
True Character of an Honest Man. (S. T. 63.) 307 

Case of (8. T. 64.) . . 307 

Grand Parade, or Triumphant Criminal (S.T.65.) 307 
Letter f^m Suffolk Curate respecting. (S. T. 66.) 307 
The D. of M'i. Vindication. (P. 5.) . 308 

Report of Comrs. of Public Accounts resp. (P. 7.) 308 
Poem on Vict at Schellenbuig, &c. (O. P. 23.) 157 

Memoirs oil See Coxe. Madgett 

(Sarah, Duchess of) Tracts respecting : 

Account of the Conduct o^ by Hooke. (T. 1.) 310 
Review of Account of; &c (T. 2. 3.) 310 
Remarks on Account of. . 310 
Last Will and Testament of. (T. 4.) 310 
Opinions of, pub. by Lord Hailes. . 250 
(Gea D. of) Ravenscioft'k Mu& Works. 276 



Marlow'8 (Chr.) Ovid's Elegies, Ac. 

Works. .... 

Marmion, or Flodden Field, a Dnma. (D. 2.) 
.— a Drama, by Barker. 
Marmion's (Sh.) HoUand*tt Leaguer, Com. 
Fine Companion, &c 




Mannontel, ( ) CEuvres de. 

Marot, (Michel) Quelques CEuTies de (Pav*) 

Marrat's ( W.) History of Grantham. 

Marriage Bed, Treatise on U. and A. ot See De Foe. 

Marriott's (Rev. J.) Hinto to a Traveller. . 250 

Marrs and Williamsons, Murders of. 1811. (C. M.) 130 

Marsh's (A.) Confession of New Married Couple. 1 34 

Marshman^ (J.) Confucius^ Works. . 34 

Dissertation on Chinese Language. . 34 

Marsolier, Histoire du Card. Ximenes. 41 

Marston's (J.) Dutch Courteian, Com. (O. P. 2.) 215 

(R.)Eleg. Poem on Th. Lord Grey de Wilton. 276 

Martialis Epigrammata, SchreveliL (V. L. C. 31.) 226 
Martial's Epigrams, trans, by R. Fletcher. 112 

Martial d'Auvergne, L'Amant rend. Cord. &c.(M.3.) 116 
MarUn'd (R) Panegyrick on Newt Philoe. (M.T.6.) 130 

(M.) Descr. of Western Isles. 
Voyage to St Kilda. (M. S.) 
(Dr. John) Mariner^ Tonga Islands. 
(W.) Northumberland Bard. (P. P. 13.) 










Martine's (Geo.) State of Sec of St Andrews. 
Martiniere, (De la) Tombeau do la Folic. 
Marvell'ft (And.) Miscellaneous Poems. (T.) 

Rehearsal Transprosed. 

Poems on Affiurs of State. (O. P. 1.) 

Mary I. (Queen of Eng.) Godwin's Hist o£ (C. H.)249 

Spousals and Marriage to Prince of Castillo. 275 

(Q. of Scots)Cerem. of Marriage with Dauphin. 275 

— ..- Miscellaneous Papers relative to reign of. 281 

Lives of. See Chalmers. Freebaim. Grant 

Love Lett and Sonnets, and Case of. See Campbell. 

Poetic Remains ofl See Chalmem 

Collections rel. to Funeral ot See Pitcaim. 

.^— . Historical Drama. See Grahame. 

Histrionical Delineation ot See Macauley. 

See also Buchanan, (G.) Laing. (M.) 

Mary de Medids, (Q.) Voy. o^ to Mara. (QJ;.P.21 .) 266 
Masaniello, History o^ by Midon. . 121 

See B. (T.) Giraffi. Tontoli. &c. 

Mascal'8(L.) Government of Cattel. . 247 
Three Books of Cattel, and Art of Planting. 248 

Masenii Exercitatioues Oratoriac. 228 

Mason, (Francis) Relation of; 172 years old. (T. 2.) 74 
Mason's (Rev. J.) Treatise on Self-Knowledge. 291 

(Rev. W.) Poems. (E. P.) . 42 

Works. .... 191 

Safib, Trad. ItaL da Mathias. . 38 

(J. M.) Com. on Beaunu, Fletcher, and Shaksi 210 

( W. Monck) Hist of St Patrick'^ CMhediaL 242 

( W. S.) Fmgm. of Irish StatisUca. (J. P. 7.) 343 

Catalogue of Sir R. PeePs Irish Library. 315 

Masque, presented by Prince Charles at Richmond. 313 
Masquerades, Balhid on the. . 128 

Massachusetts Hist Society Colleotions. . 30 

Mass€,(P.) Impostures, &c. des Diablcs,Devins,&c. 146 

(C.) History of Duelling. 


Massinger's (PhiL) Plays, by Gifford. 

Maid of Honour, Tragi-Com. (O. P. 2.) 

Mastrillo, (Gius.) Istoria du (S. N. S. 5.) 

Masuccio Salemitano, II Novellino. 

Mather's (Rev. C.) Won. of Inv. Wor. (W.T.I. 2.8.) SO 

Memorable Providences, &c . 143 

Sufferings of Marg. Rule. (CaL 1.) . 150 

Ecct History of New-England. . 240 

Mathias, (T. J.) English and Latin Odes. . 88 

Heroic EpisUe to Winsor. (M. P. 82.) 186 

Lett on Death of Norton Nicholla (PAP.4.) 192 

Canzoni Toscanc. ... 32 

Trad. ItaL di Saffo di Mason. . 38 

Canzoni e Prose Toscane. . 38 

Poesie Liriche. ... 38 

Viro Celeb. Walt Scott . 38 

Aggiunta ai Componim. Lirid. . 38 

Cresdmbeni, Storia degli ArcadL 38 

Gravina, della Ragion Poetica. 38 

Menzini, Arte Poetica Italiana. . 88 

Monti, La Rivoluzione Fran