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SALLUSTIUS Philosophus, de Diis et Mundo; Demophili, Democratis, et

Secundi, veterum philosophorum, Sententiæ Morales. Græcè et Latinè. Cura Leonis Allatii et Lucæ Holstenii. 18mo. Lug. Bat. 1639.

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(2) ROMAN PHILOSOPHERS. Marci Tullii CICERONIS Opera. 4 tomis in 2 vols. folio, Parisiis, apud

Carol. Stephanum, 1555. [N. 2. 13,14.]
M. T. Ciceronis Opera, cum Manucciorum Commentariis. 4 tomis, folio,

Venetiis, 1583. [F. 3. 16-19.]
M. T. Ciceronis Opera. 4 tomis in 2 vols. folio. Parisiis, 1655.

[Aa. 1. 4,5.] M. T. Ciceronis Opera cum integris Notis et selectis Variorum, ex recensione Isaaci Verburgii. 4 tomis, 4to. Amstelodami, 1724.

[A. 1. 18-21.] M. T. Ciceronis Opera, cum delectu Commentariorum, studio Jos. Oli

veti. 9 tomis, 4to. Geneva, 1743-46. [R. 3. 1-9.] *M. T. Ciceronis Opera, ex recensione J. A. Ernesti, cum ejusdem Notis

et Clave Ciceroniana. 8 tomis, 8vo. Oxonii, 1816. M. T. Ciceronis Academica. Recensuit, Variorum Notis suas immiscuit,

et Hadriani Turnebi, Petri Fabri Commentarios adjunxit Joannes

Davisius. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1725. [1. 7. 26.] M. T. Ciceronis Tusculanæ Quæstiones, à Francisco Fabricio emendatæ.

8vo. Coloniæ, 1604. [K. 8. 17.] M. T. Ciceronis Tusculanæ Quæstiones. 12mo. Lugduni, 1687.

[G. 8. 12.] M. T. Ciceronis Tusculanarum Disputationum Libri V. Cum Commentario Joannis Davisii. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1780. [I. 7. 29.] ]

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1730. [li. 5. 8.] M. T. Ciceronis De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum. Ex recensione Jo

annis Davisii, cum ejusdem Animadversionibus, et Notis integris Petri Victorii et aliorum. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1728. [Ii. 5. 9.]

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Revised by J. Collier. 8vo. London, 1702. [D. 7. 27.] M. T. Ciceronis de Natura Deorum Libri tres, cum Notis integris Paulli

Manutii et aliorum. Recensuit, suisque Animadversionibus illustravit

Joannes Davisius. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1718. [li. 5. 10.] M. T. Ciceronis de Natura Deorum Libri tres. Ex Recensione et cum

Notis Joannis Davisii. Editio tertia. 8vo. Londini, 1733. (R. 10. 87.] *M. Tullii Ciceronis de Natura Deorum Liber

quartus.

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pervetusto Codice MS. primum edidit P. Seraphinus, Bononiæ, 1811. 8vo.

Oxonii, 1813.
M. T. Ciceronis Libri de Divinatione et de Fato. Recensuit et suis Ani-

madversionibus illustravit, ac emendavit Joannes Davisius. 8vo. Can

tabrigiæ, 1721. [1. 7. 24.] Nizolii (Marii) Observationes in Marcum Tullium Ciceronem. Quibus

omnis vere Latinè loquendi Ratio, et quot quibusque modis unaquæque

vox distingui variarique possit, per exempla Ciceronis plane demon

stratur. folio, Venetiis, 1538. [C. 23. 9.] Nizolii (Marii) Thesaurus Ciceronianus. folio, Basileæ, 1576.

[F. 10. 22.] Lexicon Ciceronianum. folio, Basilee, 1613. [Ff. 2. 37.]

Lexicon Ciceronianum. Accedunt Phrases et Formul. Linguæ Latinæ, ex commentariis Stephani Doleti.. folio, Patavii, 1734.

[Ft. 2. 38.] Thoughts of Cicero on various Subjects, in Latin and French, with an

English Translation and Notes. 12mo. London, 1750. [R. 20. 22.] Lucii Annæi Senecæ Opera Omnia. folio, Basileæ, 1557. [F. 2. 14.] L. A. Senecæ Opera Omnia, curante Andrea Schotto. 8vo. Coloniæ,

1613. [G. 18. 38.] L. A. Senecæ Opera, quæ extant, cum Notis Variorum, et J. F. Gronovii.

3 tomis. 8vo. Amstelodami, 1672. [C. 6. 24-26.] Seneca's Morals, translated into English by Sir Roger L'Estrange. 8vo.

London, 1718. [D. 22. 4.] *C. Musoni Rufi

, Philosophi Stoici, Reliquiæ et Apophthegmata. Cum Annotatione edidit J. Venhuizen Peerlkamp. 8vo. Harlemi, 1822. Anicii Manlii Torquati Severini Boethu Opera Omnia. folio, Basileæ, 1570 [F. 1. 24.]

De Consolatione Philosophiae Libri V. curâ Johannis Bernartii. 8vo. Antverpiæ, 1607. [R. 13. 30.]

De Consolatione Philosophiæ Libri V. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1653. [H. 17. 56.]

De Consolatione Philosophiæ Libri V. cum Notis Vallini. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1656. [F. 17. 3.] Boetius.-Of the Consolation of Philosophy, made English by Richard

Lord Viscount Preston. 8vo. London, 1695. [F. 18. 43.]

ii. Works of Modern Philosophers. Baconi (Rogeri) Opus Majus. Edidit S. Jebb. folio, Londini, 1733.

[N. 3. 20.] Cardani (Hieronymi) Opera Omnia. 10 tomis, folio, Lugduni, 1663.

[I. 2. 3-12.) GASSENDI (Petri) Opera Omnia. 6 tomis in 4 vols. folio, Lugduni, 1658.

[F. 11. 13-16.) Des Cartes (Renati) Opera Philosophica. 4to. Amstelodami, 1664.

[Ee. 4. 33.] Exemplar aliud. 4to. Amstelodami, 1674. (Ee. 4. 34.]

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Amstelodami, 1677. [Ee. 4. 35.] Bacon (Francis, Baron of Verulam) Works. 4 vols. folio, London,

1730. [N. 2. 23-26.] Baconiana : or Certain Genuine Remains of Sir Francis Bacon. 8vo.

London, 1679. [L. 15. 31.] Bacon (Francis) Philosophical Works methodized and made English by

Peter Shaw. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1737. [R. 13. 12-14.]

Hobbes (Thomas) Moral and Political Works. folio, London, 1750.

[Ff. 2. 9.1 BOYLE (Hon. Robert) Works. 5 vols. folio, London, 1744. [O. 4. 25-29.] LOCKE (John) Works. 3 vols. folio, London, 1714. [A. 5. 4–6.] Locke (John) Works, with his Life. [Edited by Edmund Law, Bishop

of Carlisle.] 4 vols. 4to. London, 1777. [Q. 3. 11-14.] FRANKLIN (Benjamin) Complete Works in Philosophy, Morals, and Po

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gald Stewart. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1812. [Gg. 3. 33-37.] MONTESQUIEU (Jean Secondat, Baron de) Oeuvres.

3 tomes, 4to. Am- . sterdam, 1758. [L. 14. 18-20.]

II. Metaphysics.
1. Antient Metaphysicians and their Commentators.
ARISTOTELIS Opera Metaphysica, Græce et Latine. folio. Inter Operum
Tom. I. et II. [F. 12. 8, 9.]

Syllabus.
De Anima Libri tres.
De Memoria et Reminiscentia Liber unus.
De Divinatione per Somnum Liber unus.
De Insomniis Liber unus.
Physiognomonicorum Liber unus.

Metaphysicorum Libri quatuordecim.
Simplicii Commentarii in tres Libros Aristotelis de Anima, Latine.

folio, Venetiis, 1587. [F. 1. 21.] Alexandri Aphrodisiensis Libri duo de Anima, et de fato Liber unus.

Græce. folio, Venetiis, 1533. [F. 1. 17.]

2. Modern Metaphysical Writers. i. General Treatises and Systems of Metaphysics. CUDWORTH (Ralph) The True Intellectual System of the Universe :

wherein all the Reason and Philosophy of Atheism is confured, and its

impossibility demonstrated. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1743. [R. 3. 25, 26.] Cudworth (Ralph) Intellectual System. folio, London, 1678. [C. 5. 13.] Balli (Josephi) De Fæcunditate Dei circa Productiones ad Extra. 4to.

Patavii, 1635. [L. 20. 22.] Barlow (Themæ) Exercitationes Metaphysicæ de Deo. 4to. Oxonii,

1658. [M. 20. 29.] BARONII (Roberti, Cardinalis) Metaphysica Generalis. 12mo. Londini, 1658. [E. 8. 24.]

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1658. (H. 8. 44.]

BURGERSDICI (Franc.) Institutiones Metaphysicæ. 12mo. Londini, 1653.

[B. 8. 14.] GASSENDI (Petri) Disquisitio Metaphysica, seu Dubitationes et Instantiæ

adversus Renatii Cartesii Metaphysicam et Responsa. 4to. Amstelo

dami, 1644. [G. 7. 390.] GOCLENI (Rodolphi) Dilucidationes Canonum Philosophicorum. 12mo.

Lichæ, 1604. [1. 8. 2.]
Mori (Henrici) Enchiridion Metaphysicum. 4to. Londini, 1671.

[H. 7. 21.) NEUHUSII (Edonis) Theatrum Ingenii Humani : sive de cognoscenda Hominum Indole et secretis Animi Moribus. 8vo. Amstelodami, 1633.

[M. 7. 16.] RITSCHEL (Georgii) Contemplationes Metaphysicæ, ex Natura Rerum et

rectæ Rationis lumine deductæ. 12mo. Oxonii, 1648. [E. 8. 38.] STIERII (Joannis) Præcepta Métaphysica. 4to. Londini, 1652.

(H. 7. 19.] SUAREZ (Francisci) Metaphysicæ Disputationes. 2 tomis, folio, Genevæ,

1614. [G. 12. 19.] TEMPLERI (Clementis) Metaphysicæ Systema Methodicum. 12mo. Lichæ,

1604. [M. 7. 34.] BEVEROVICII (Joh.) Epistolica Questio de Vitæ termino fatali, an mobili ?

cum Doctorum Responsis. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1636. [F. 15. 25.]

ii. Treatises on Man, and on the Nature, Faculties, and

Sensations of the Soul. (1) On the NATURE AND Faculties OF THE SOUL GENERALLY. SANDII (C. C.) Tractatus de Origine Animæ. 8vo. Cosmopoli, 1671.

[R. 14. 15.] Exemplar aliud. [R. 14. 51.] HOGELANDE (Cornelii ab) Cogitationes de Dei Existentia et Animæ Spiri

tualitate ; necnon Brevis Historia Oeconomiæ Corporis Animalis.

18mo. Amstelodami, 1646. [H. 17.3.] HILL (William) The Infancy of the Soul, or the Soul of an Infant, which

sheweth the infusion thereof whiles that the infant resteth in the Womb : the time when, with the manner how. Gathered from the bosom of Truth, begun in Love, and finished in the desire to profit others.

4to. London, 1605. (N. 8. 38.] CHARLETON (Gualteri) Dissertatio Epistolica de ortu Animæ Humanæ.

18mo. Londini, 1660. [Hh. 17. 27.] DIGBY (Sir Kenelme) Two Treatises, on the Nature of Bodies, and on

the Nature of Man's Soul. 4to. London, 1665. [F. 15. 37.] LowDE (Ja.) A Discourse concerning the Nature of Man, with an Examin

ation of some of Mr. Hobbs' Opinions. 8vo. London, 1694. [D. 7. 48.] PERRONET (Vincent) Some Enquiries chiefly relating to Spiritual Beings,

in which the Opinions of Mr. Hobbes with regard to Sensation, Immaterial Substance, and the Attributes of the Deity, are taken notice of,

&c. 8vo. London, 1740. [G. 26. 19.] Flavel (John) Pneumatologia : a Treatise of the Soul of Man. 8vo.

London, 1789. [Ff. 6. 32.]

VINDICIÆ Mentis: An Essay of the Being and Nature of Mind. 8vo.

London, 1702. [E. 19. 12.]
BLUNDELL (Sir George) Remarks on a Tract intituled “ A Treatise on

Human Reason.” 24mo. London, 1683. [B. 8. 9.]

Locke (John) An Essay on the Human Understanding. 8vo. 2 vols.

London, 1768. [Gg. 7. 50,51.).

Another Copy. folio, London, 1690. [E. 9. 3.]

Locke (John) Letter to Edward [Stillingfleet] Lord Bishop of Worces-

ter, concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of Hu-

mane Understanding, in his Lordship's Discourse of the Trinity. Svo.

London, 1697. [L. 15. 12.]

The Bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Letter. 4to. London,

1697. (L. 15. 12.]

The Bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Second Letter. 8vo.

London, 1698. [L. 15. 13.]

Locke (John) Reply to the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second

Letter. 8vo. London, 1699. (L. 15. 11.]

LEE (Henry) Anti Scepticism, or Notes upon each Chapter of Mr. Locke's
Essay concerning Humane Understanding. folio, London, 1702.

[C. 12. 20.]

Perronet (Vincent) A Vindication of Mr. Locke from the Charge of giving

Encouragement to Scepticism and Infidelity, and several other Mis-

takes and Objections. In Six Dialogues. 8vo. London, 1736.

[P. 129. (20.)]

Perronet (Vincent) A Second Vindication of Mr. Locke: wherein his

Sentiments relating to Personal Identity are cleared up from some

Mistakes of the Rev. Dr. Butler. 8vo. 1738. [G. 21. 2.]

An Essay on Personal Identity. In two Parts. 8vo. London, 1769.

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A Defence of Mr. Locke's Opinion concerning Personal Identity. In

Answer to late Essay on that subject. 8vo. Cambridge, 1769.

[P. 259. (4.)]

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1769. [Hh. 3. 26.)
Synopsis Librorum Hugonis Grotii de Jure Belli et Pacis, Samuelis
Clarkii de Dei Existentia et Attributis, et Joannis Lockii de Intellec-

tu Humano. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1751. [P. 226. (6.)]

MaleBRANCH (Nicholas) A Search after Truth: or a Treatise of the

Nature of the Human Mind, translated from the French. 8vo. Lon-

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COWARD (William) The Grand Essay; or a Vindication of Reason and
Religion against the Impostures of Philosophy. 8vo. London, 1704.

[M. 19. 20.]
Coward (William) The Just Scrutiny; or an Enquiry into the Modern

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BAXTER (Andrew) An Enquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul.

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1737. [A. 18. 96,97.]

Baxter (Andrew) An Appendix to the First Part of the Enquiry into the

Nature of the Human Soul. London, 1750. [P. 258. (3.)]
Jackson (John) A Dissertation on Matter and Spirit. With Remarks on
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Another Copy. Svo. London, 1735. [P. 202. (4.)]

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