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LEWIS (William) Commercium Philosophico-Technicum; or the Philosophical Commerce of Arts. 4to. London, 1763. [Gg. 1. 33.]

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1765. [A. 14. 81.] Museum Rusticum et Commerciale ; or, Select Papers on Agriculture,

Commerce, Arts, and Manufactures, drawn from Experience, and communicated by Gentlemen engaged in these Pursuits. 6 vols. Evo.

London, 1766. [G. 15. 21-26.] GOGUET (Ant. Yves de) The Origin of Laws, Arts, and Sciences, and

their Progress amongst the most antient Nations, translated from the French [by Dr. Dunn and Mr. Spearman]. 3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1761. (F. 24. 16-18.]

2. Encyclopædias, and Dictionaries of Philosophy,

Arts, and Sciences. VINCENtu Burgundi (Episcopi Bellovacencis) Speculum Quadruplex, Na

turale, Doctrinale, Morale, et Historiale. Opera ac studio Theologo

rum Universitatis Duacensis. 4 tomis, folio, Duaci, 1624. [I. 3. 15–18.] HARRIS (John) Lexicon Technicum; or an English Dictionary of Arts and

Sciences. 2 vols. folio, London, 1708. [B. S. 15,16.] DICTIONARIUM POLYGRAPHICUM; or the Whole Body of Arts digested.

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1735. [P. 6. 7,8.] CHAMBERS (Ephraim) Cyclopædia; or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. 2 vols. folio, London, 1741-43. [O. 3. 28,29.]

Another Copy. 2 vols. folio, London, 1738. [R. 1. 4,5.] ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA; or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and

Miscellaneous Literature, on a Plan entirely new. 10 volumes, 4to.

Edinburgh, 1778-1782. [E. 23. 8-17.] Encyclopædia Britannica. Fifth edition. 20 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1815.

[Ff. 4. 46-65.] Supplement to the fourth and fifth Editions of the Encyclopædia Britannica. Vols. I. II. and III. Part I. 4to. Edinburgh, 1824.

[Ff. 4. 66-70.] *Supplement to the Encyclopædia Britannica. Vol. 111. Part II. and

Vols. IV.-VI. 4to. Edinburgh, 1824. NICHOLSON (William) The British Encyclopædia : or Dictionary of Arts

and Sciences. 6 vols. 8vo. London, 1809. [Ee. 2. 53-58.] The Philosophical Dictionary for the Pocket, by a Society of Men of

Letters. [M. de VOLTAIRE.] 8vo. London, 1765. [P. 257. (1.)] * Encyclopædia Metropolitana, or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge,

on an Original Plan; comprising the twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with appropriate and entirely new Engravings. Parts I.-XX. 4to. London, V. Y.

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SECTION I.

INTELLECTUAL Philosophy.

I. History of Philosophy and the Collective Works

of Philosophers.
1. The History of Philosophy.

[The Lives of Philosophers will be found infra, Class V. History.

Tit. I. Section VI. § 2. Antient Biography.] Vossii (Gerardi Johannis) De Philosophia et Philosophorum Sectis. 4to.

Hag. Com. 1648. [C. 9. 27.] Joxsıl (Joannis) De Scriptoribus Historiæ Philosophicæ Libri IV. 4to.

Francofurti, 1659. [E. 15. 22.] STANLEY (Thomas) A History of Philosophy, containing the Lives,

Opinions, Actions, and Discourses of the Philosophers of every Sect,

illustrated with Effigies. folio, London, 1687. [G. 11. 12.] WINDER (Henry) A Critical and Chronological History of the Rise,

Progress, Declension, and Revival of Knowledge, chiefly Religious.

2 vols. in 1, 4to. London, 1745. [G. 14. 15.] BURNETII (Thomæ) Archæologiæ Philosophicæ, sive Doctrina Antiqua de

Rerum Originibus, Libri II. 4to. Londini, 1692. [E. 1. 12.] *ENFIELD (William) The History of Philosophy from the earliest Periods

to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. Drawn up from Brucker's

Historia Critica Philosophiæ. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1819. ENGLAND (George) An Enquiry into the Morals of the Ancients. 4to. .

London, 1735. [R. 17. 11.) JACOTI (D.) De Philosophorum Doctrina Libellus, ex Cicerone. 8vo. .

Oxonii, 1769. [P. 269. (1.)] MAGIRI (Johannis) Physiologiæ Peripateticæ Libri Sex, cum Commen

tariis. Accesserunt Caspari Bartholini Metaphysica major, et Johannis Magiri de Memoria Artificiosa liber singularis. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ,

1642. [K. 20. 34.] GASSENDI (Petri) Exercitationes Paradoxicæ adversus Aristoteleos. 4to.

Hagæ Comitum, 1656. (M. 20. 5.] CARPENTARII (Jacobi) Platonis cum Aristotele in universa Philosophia

Comparatio. Accedit Alcinoi Institutio ad Doctrinam Platonis. 4to.

Parisiis, 1573. [F. 9. 34.] PARKER (Samuel) A Free and Impartial Censure of the Platonick Philosophie. 4to. Oxford, 1666. (M. 15. 37.] Another Copy. 4to. Oxford, 1666. [D. 6. 40.]

PLATONISM UNVEIL’d, or Plato's Notions concerning the Logos. 4to.

1700. [P. 47. (1.)] Du Vaix (Monsieur) The Morall Philosophy of the Stoicks, translated from the French by C. Catton. 18mo. London, 1664. [B. 8.

5.] Foster (Johannis) Enarratio et Comparatio Doctrinarum Moralium Epi

cureorum et Stoicorum. 4to. Londini, 1758. [P. 2. (9.)] Caussini (Nicolai) De Symbolica Ægyptiorum Sapientia. 12mo. Co

loniæ, 1631. [H. 8. 29.]

2. General Treatises on Philosophy, or on several

Branches thereof. Tractationes Philosophicæ : 1. Mocenici (Philippi) Institutiones ad Hominum

Perfectionem. 2. CÆSALPINI (Andrex) Quæstiones Peripateticæ.

[F. 10. 6.] 3. TELESII (Bernardini) De Rerum Natura.

folio, Attrebat. 1588. CAMPANELLE (Thomæ) Universalis Philosophia, seu Metaphysica. folio,

Parisiis, 1637. [M. 5. 10.] Campanella (Thomæ) Physiologia, Ethica, Politica, Economica cum

Quæstionibus. folio, Parisiis, 1637. [M. 5. 11.] CAPIVACCEI (Hieronymi) Camæleon sive Homo Sapiens ; Disputatio in

tres Gradus divisa. 4to. Patavii, 1615. (M. 15. 34.] Clerici (Joannis) Logica, Ontologia, et Pneumatologia. 8vo. Canta

brigiæ, 1704. [R. 13. 63.] COMENII (Amos Johannis) Pansophiæ Prodromus. 12mo. Londini, 1639.

[A. 7. 10.) Hippii (M. Fabrani) Problemata Physica et Logica Peripatetica. 8vo.

Francofurti, 1603. [I. 8. 12.] KECKERMANNI (Bartholomei) Præcognitorum Philosophicorum Libri duo.

8vo. Hanovia, 1612. [F. 16. 38.] Oviedo (Francisci de) Integer Cursus Philosophicus, ad unum Corpus

redactus. folio, Lugduni, 1640. [F. 11. 18.] Reschi (Georgii) Margarita Philosophica; hoc est, Habituum seu Dis

ciplinarum omnium perfectissima KYKAOTIAIAEIA. 4to. Basileæ,

1623. [C. 14. 24.] SCHEIBLERI (Christophori) Philosophia Compendiosa, exhibens Logicæ,

Metaphysicæ, Physicæ, Geometriæ, Astronomiæ, Opticæ, Ethicæ, Politicæ, et Economicæ Compendium Methodicum. 18mo. Oxoniæ,

1639. [H. 17. 2.] STIERII (Joannis) Logica, Physica et Metaphysica. 4to. Londini, 1652.

[H. 7. 19.] JOHNSONI (Thoine) Quæstiones Philosophicæ. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1735.

[P. 322. (1.)]

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3. Collective Works of Philosophers, Antient and

Modern. i. Works of Antient Philosophers, with their Commentators

and Interpreters.

(1) GREEK Philosophers. Hermetis Mercurii Divinus Pymander, cum commentariis Hannibalis

Rosseli. Accessit ejusdem Textus Græco-Latinus, industriâ F. F. Can

daillac. folio, Coloniæ, 1630. [L. 4. 1.]
HIEROCLIS in Aurea Carmina Commentarius. Græcè et Latinè. Edidit

R. W[arren.] 8vo. Londini, 1742. [F. 21. 30.]
Hieroclis Commentarius in Aurea Carmina, de Providentia et Fato quæ

supersunt, et Reliqua Fragmenta. Græcè et Latine. Recensuit, Notas,
et Indicem adjecit Petrus Needham. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1709.

[M. 6. 5.] Æschinis Socratici Dialogi Tres. Græcè et Latinè. 8vo. Ainstelodami, ,

1711. [F. 25. 27.] Platonis Opera Omnia, Græcè et Latinè, ex nova Joannis Serrani inter

pretatione, perpetuis ejusdem notis illustrata. Accedunt Henrici Ste-
phani de quorumdam locorum interpretatione Judicium, et multorum
contextûs Græci emendatio. 3 tomis, folio. Excudebat Henricus

Stephanus, 1578. [F. 12. 10-12.]
Platonis Philosophi quæ extant Græcè, ad Editionem Henrici Stephani

accurate expressa cum Marsilii Ficini interpretatione. Accedit varie

tas Lectionis. 12 tomis, 8vo. Biponti, 1781-1787. [H. 21. 13-24.] Platonis Dialogi Quinque. Gr. et Lat. Recensuit Notisque illustravit Nat. Forster. 8vo. Oxonii, 1765. [Aa. 3. 15.]

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Oxonii, 1765. [Aa. 3. 16.] Platonis Timæus, Chalcidio interprete; item ejusdem in eundem Commentarius. Cumi notis Joannis Meursii. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1617.

[S. 2. 9.] Platonis de Rebus Divinis Dialogi Selecti, Græcè et Latinè. Edidit Jo.

North. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1673. [D. 6. 28.]
Procli in Platonis Theologiam Libri VI. Græcè et Latinè. folio, Fran-

cofurti, 1618. [F. 1. 13.]
Procli in Platonis Timæum Commentariorum Libri V. Græcè. folio,

Basileæ, 1534. [F. 1. 11.]
The Works of Plato abridged; with an Account of his Life, Philosophy,

Morals and Politics, and a Translation of his choicest Dialogues, from

the French. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1749. (Ee. 4. 101,102.] Crawford (Charles) A Dissertation on the Phædon of Plato. 8vo. London, 1773. [Gg. 5. 32.]

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1773. [P. 307. (1.)]
Plotini Platonici Operum omnium Philosophicorum Libri LIV. Græcè;

cum Latina Marcilii Ficini Interpretatione et Commentariis. [Editio
PRINCEPs.] folio, Basileæ, 1580. [F. 1. 5.]

*Ex Procli Scholiis in Cratylum Platonis Excerpta : e Codicibus edidit J.

F. Boissonade. Græcè. 8vo. Lipsiæ, 1820. ARISTOTELIS et Theophrasti Opera, Græcè. [EDITIO PRINCEPS.] 6 tomis,

folio, Venetiis apud Aldum, 1495–98. [1: 4. 14–19.] Aristotelis Opera Omnia, quæ extant, Græcè et Latinè, Veterum ac Re

centiorum Interpretum, ut Adriani Turnebi, Isaaci Casauboni, Julii Pacii, studio emendatissima. Accessit Synopsis Analytica Doctrinæ Peripateticæ, cum Notis Argumentisque, necnon Indicibus tribus, auctore Guillelmo Du VAL. 2 tomis, folio, Lutetiæ Parisiorum, 1619.

[F. 12. 8,9.) Toleti (Francisci) Commentaria, una cum quæstionibus, in tres libros

Aristotelis de Anima. 4to. Colonia Agrippinæ, 1594. [B. 4. 37.] Casi (Joh.) Thesaurus @conomiæ, seu Commentarius in Economica

Aristotelis. 4to. Oxonii, 1597. [D. 14. 2.] Thomæ Aquinatis in Aristotelis Opera Expositiones. folio, Inter Ope

rum Tomos I.--V. (H. 12. 9,10.] Launoii (Joannis) De varia Aristotelis fortuna in Academia Parisiensi Liber. 8vo. Parisiis, 1662. [C. 15. 9.]

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Hag. Com. 1656. [M. 14. 36.] Leonici (Nicolai) Opuscula super Aristotelem et Proclum. folio, Pari,

siis, 1590. [D. 1. 16.] Baldi (Bernardini) In Mechanica Aristotelis Problemata Exercitationes.

4to. Moguntiæ, 1621. [C. 14. 34.] A Comparison of Plato and Aristotle, with the Opinion of the Fathers on

their Doctrine: translated from the French of M. PAPIN. 12mo. Lon

don, 1673. [E. 8. 26.] Sexti Empirici Opera Omnia, Græcè et Latinè. folio, Aureliæ, 1621.

[F. 1. 2.] Sexti Empirici Opera, Græcè et Latinè, cum Notis Joannis Alberti Fa

bricii. folio, Lipsiæ, 1718. [A. 4. 18.] Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes, Græcè et Latinè. 8vo. Lugduni, 1631.

[G. 19. 33.] Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes, ex Interpretatione Danielis Heinsii, recensuit et Notulis illustravit Joannes Davisius. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1703.

[C. 20. 21.] Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1703. [I. 14. 22.] ] Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes, ex Recensione et cum Notis Joannis Davisii.

Cui accesserunt Jer. Marklandi Dissertationes. Gr. et Lat. 4to.

Londini, 1740. [R. 17.7.] PORPHYRI de non necandis ad epulandum animantibus Libri IV. Græcè

et Latinè, à F. de Fogerolles. 8vo. Lugduni, 1620. [S. 2. 33.] "ALEXANDRI Aphrodisiensis, Ammonii Hermiæ filii, Plotini, Bardesanis

Syri, et Gemistii Plethonis de Fato, quæ supersunt. Ad codicum Manuscriptorum, Editionum, et Versionum fidem recensuit ; Interpretationem Latinam Hugonis Grotii et aliorum emendatiorem, Varietatem Lectionis, et Notas adjecit J. Con. Orellius. Insertæ sunt Animadversiones J. Casp. Orelli. Græcè et Latinè. 8vo. Turici, 1824,

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