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Summa, cum præfatione M. Buceri, 12mo. brown morocco extra, by Belford, £15.

1546 The excessive rarity of this Life of Diaz, the Spanish Reformer, murdered by his half-brother, is such that for many years its very existence was doubted.

It has been reprinted in the Reformistas from the only copy which during a search of forty-five years Usoz and Wiffen had been able to procure.

It is supposed that Francisco de Enzinas (also called Duchesne and Dryander) wrote down or revised the narrative given by Senarclé, who was an

eye-witness of the murder. 16833 ENZINAS (Francisco de) Mémoires, texte Latin inédit, avec la

traduction Française en regard, 1543-45, avec notice et annotations par Campan, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. morocco, gilt top, uncut, 24s

Bruxelles, 1862 GONZALEZ DE MONTES — see ante, No. 16650. 16834 SERVETUS. Allwoerden, Historia Serveti, sm. 4to. calf, 58

Helmstadii, 1727 h. Reform in Eastern Europe; Socinians. 16835 CRAIG (J.) History of the Protestant Church in Hungary from the

beginning of the Reformation to 1850, 8vo. cloth, 5s 1854

The name of the Hungarian author is nowhere mentioned. Craig only

tranlated the book. 16836 KRASINSKI (Count Valerian) Sketch of the Religious History of the Slavonic nations, 8vo. 17 portraits and plates, bds. 8s 6d

Edinb. 1851 16837

Histoire religieuse des Peuples Slaves, avec une introduction par Merle d'Aubigné, 8vo. portraits, hf. bd. 78 6d

Paris, 1853 16838 LUBIENIECII (Stan.) Historia Reformationis Polonicæ, 12mo. fine

Friestad. (Amst.) 1685 The work of course written from the Socinian point of view, Lubienicki having been one of the great pillars of that Church. He died by poison at Hamburg, in_1675. "Für die Geschichte der Reformation in Polen sehr wichtig.”Uedinck. The Socinians followed Servetus in his endeavour to reduce the subtle doctrine of the Trinity to an article of rational

belief. 16839 [OKOLITSANYI (Pauli)] Historia Diplomatica de statu Religionis

Evangelicæ in Hungaria, in tres periodos distincta, folio, 22 rude plates, giving portraits of Huss, Jerome, Ziska, and others, vellum, 28s

A.D. 1710 16840 TOULMIN (Josua) Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Faustus Socinus, 8vo. bd. 58

1777 11. HISTORY OF THE PURITANS AND COVENANTERS, AND OTHER ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH FANATICS IN THE 16TH AND

17TH CENTURIES.

a. England. 16841 BAXTER. Calamy's Abridgement of Mr. Baxter's History of his

Life and Times, 2 vols. portrait of Baxter, 1713-CALAMY'S

Copy, 258

Continuation of the account of the ministers etc. ejected by or
before the Act of Uniformity, 2 vols. 1727-together 4 vols.
8vo. calf, 24s

1713-27 16842 MARPRELATE. Sacred Decretall or Hue and Cry for the Appre

hension of Rev. Young Martin Mar-Priest, woodcut, uncut,
scarce, 1645--State of the Irish Affairs, 1645—Arraignement
of Mr. Persecution by Yongue Martin Mar-Priest, uncut, rare,
1645-City Alarm, 1645—Xumble Petition of the Lord Mayor,
Aldermen, and Commons of London, concerning Church-
Government, 1645—Bowles, Proceedings of the army under
Fairfax, 1645—Poyntz and Copley, Great Victory at Sherborn,
1645-The Scotish Dove, No. 118, a weekly newspaper, 21 Jan.
1645–His Majesties Proclamation concerning the Book of
Common Prayer and the DIRECTORY, 1645—Remonstrance of
thc General Assembly of the Kirk to his Majestie, 1645—Prime-
rose (Arch.) Short Declaration of the Kingdom of Scotland,
1644-Ordinances of the Lords and Commons (various, all
published in 1645)—and other scarce Tracts, 1 vol. sm. 4to. hf.

bd. £5. 15s
16843 MARSDEN (J. B.) History of the later Puritans from 1642 to 1662,
8vo. cloth, 4s 6d

1852 16844 A PARTE OF A REGISTER contayninge sundrie memorable

matters, written by diuers godly and learned in our time, whiche
stande for, and desire the reformation of our Church, in Discipline
and Ceremonies, according to the pure worde of God, and the
Lawe of our Lande, s. I. e. a.—of the Trueth of that Discipline
which Christ hath prescribed, s. l. e. a. -2 vols. in l, sm. 4to.
fine copies, original binding, VERY RARE, £10.

(Edinburgh, R. Waldegrare, 1593)
* This volume was printed in Scotland by R. Waldegrave, in the year
1593, as we learn from Dr. Bancroft's . Dangerous position,' printed that year ;
and many of the copies were seized on their arrival at Billingsgate, and delivered
over 'to my Lorde's grace.' See · Herbert's Ames' Typog. Antiq. p. 314.'
The 'Parte of a Register' occupies over 550 pp.” The forty-seven pieces it
contains belong to the earlier literature of the Puritan and Marprelate Con-
versy against the Bishops of the English Church, and were thus reprinted in

single volume in 1593 by Waldegrave, as forming the corpus doctrine of the Puritans. The interest is more historical than polemical, and the book is

therefore placed in this section. 16845 Oates Conspiracy. TONGE (Ezreel) Popish Mercy and Justice an account

of some later persecutions of the French Protestants - Two Letters from Mr. Montagu to the Ld. Treasurer, 1677-8, with the Lord Treasurer's Speech upon an impeachment of High Treason-2 parts in 1, sm. 4to. sd. 78 6d

1679 Tonge was the confederate of Titus Oates.

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b. Scotland.
16846 [CALDERWOOD (David)] Perth ASSEMBLY ; containing the pro-

ceedings thereof, the proofe of the Nullitie thereof, etc. 1619-
The Course of Conformitie, 1622—The Letters Patents of the

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Presbyterie, by James Peregrin, 1632-in 1 vol. sm. 4to. vellum,
from the Sunderland library, £4.

1619-32
In his well-known history, Calderwood refers to the “ Perth Assembly"
as having been written by himself. He was obliged to seek refuge abroad to
avoid punishment as a criminal; and it was probably in Holland that he
printed the “Course of Conformitie,” which seems also to be his work. -I

cannot find out who was James Peregrin.
16848 [CALDERWOOD (David)] Altare Damascenum, ceu politia ecclesiæ
Anglicanæ obtrusa ecclesiæ Scoticanæ

opera Edwardi
Didoclavij vindiciæ contra calumnias Iohannis Spotsuodi
Fani Andreæ Pseudoarchiepiscopi, stout sm. 8vo. vellum, £2. 1623

Probably printed in Holland. It is a fierce attack on Prelacy.
16849 CALDERWOOD (David) True History of the Church of Scot-

land from the beginning of the Reformation, unto the end of
the Reign of James VI, 1560-1625, folio, old calf (cover broken),
£1. 10s

Printed in the

year

1680
Next to the imperfect book of John Knox, this work is the most important
of all that have been written on the history of the origin and growth of the
Scottish Presbyterian Church, and its long struggle against Prelacy. Even in
1680, although the author had been about thirty years dead, the printer did
not dare to affix his name or that of the town. The Duke of York (James II)

was then residing in Edinburgh.
16850 COVENANT (The): with a narrative of the proceedings and solemn

manner of taking it by the Honourable House of Commons and
reverent Assembly of Divines, 25 September 1643. Also, two
Speeches delivered at the same time by Philip Nye and Alex-
ander Henderson, sm. 4to. sd. £2.

1643
First English edition of the famous Pact that led to the ruin of Charles I.
16851 COVENANT. An Answer to the Declaration of the Kingdom of

Scotland, 1648—The first search, after one grand cause of the
wrath of God in the use of the so much idolized Liturgie or
Common Prayer, n. d. (? 1644)—The unlawfulnesse of the New
Covenant, Oxf. 1643—Iniquity of the late solemn League or
Covenant discovered, 1643—Anti-Confederacie, or an extract of
certain Quæries concerning the Solemne League and Covenant,
Oxf. 1644–Certain Observations upon the New League or
Covenant, Bristoll for R. Harsell, 1643—Anti-Covenant, or a
sad complaint concerning the new Oath or Covenant, 1643–
The plain-meaning Protestant, or an honest defence of the taking
the Covenant, Oxford, 1644 – Disquisitions representing the
unlawfulnesse of the Oath entituled a Solemn League, Oxf.
1644—The late Covenant asserted, 1643–The Cavaliers new
Common-Prayer Booke unclaspt, 1644 - Ordinance for the

-
taking of the League and Covenant, 1643and other tracts
relating to the same or similar subjects, chiefly uncut, in 1 vol. sm.
4to. old calf, £5.

1643-48
16852 EPISCOPACY IN SCOTLAND. Letter dropt in the street, 1704—

Williamson (David) Sermon at the opening of the General
Assembly, 1703–Remarks on the Letter and the Sermon, 1703

- Letter to the Episcopal Clergy, 1703-Picture of Prelatists
(by Mr. J. Webster), 2 folio leaves -- Letter to Mr. James
Webster, 1703 -- Essay for peace .

about Church-gover ment (by Francis Grant), 1703 - Discourse of the govern.

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ment of the Church, 1704—Essay upon Toleration, 1703– (Sutherland's) Presbyterian Practice and Doctrine about Baptism, 1703-(Haddo) Doctrine and Practice about Baptism, 2 parts, 1704-Short Character of the Presbyterian Spirit (by Matthew Simpson), 1703—(Calder's) Reasons for a toleration to the Episcopal Clergie, 1703 – Presbyterial Government, 2 tracts, 1701 and 1703—Original of Episcopacie, 1703—Antiquity of Epicopacie, 1703—Restoration of Episcopacie, 1705 - Funeral of Prelacy, 1704; and several other tracts and broadsides, uncut, in 1 vol. sm. 4to. calf, £12.

Edinburgh, 1701-05 16853 Laud's PRAYER BOOK. A Short Relation of the state of the Kirk

of Scotland since the Reformation of Religion, 1638—Reasons for which the Service Booke urged upon Scotland ought to bee refused, 1638––The Confession of Faith of the Kirk of Scotland, subscribed by the Kings Majestie and his Household in 1580, and subscribed by the nobles and commons in 1638—Quæres concerning the state of the Church of Scotland, sm. 8vo. UNCUT, reprinted in 1638—Reasons for a Generall Assemblie, 1638– Protestation of the Noblemen, Barrons, Gentlemen, and Commons made at the Mercate Cross of Edinburgh, 4 July, 1638– Generall demands concerning the late Covenant propounded by the Ministers in Aberdene, Edinb. 1638—Answeres of some Brethren of the Minitserie (sic) to the Reply of the Ministers of Aberdene, Aberdeen, E. Raban, 1638 — Proclamation of K. Charles withdrawing the imposition of the Service Book, no title, Edin. R. Young, 1638–Protestation made at the Cross of Edinburgh, Sept. 22, 1638–The Beast is Wounded, or Information from Scotland concerning their Reformation, printed in the yeare that the Bishops had their downefall in Scotland--Briefe Relation of the passages in the Starre-Chamber at the Censure of Bastwicke, Burton and Prynne, 1638--Divine and Politike Observations newly translated out of the Dutch language upon some lines in a speech of the Arch B. of Canterbury, etc. 1638

- The Beautie of the Remarkable Yeare of Grace, 1638, by T. H., IN VERSE (8 ll.), Edinb. G. Anderson, 1638--A Warning to come out of Babylon in a Sermon preached by And. Ramsay, Edinb. 1638 - Abjuration of Poperie by Thos. Abernethie, ib. 1638—Against the apple of the left eye of Antichrist, or the masse book of lurking darknesse, making way for the apple of the right eye of Antichrist, etc. UNCUT, no place (printed in Holland), 1638-in 1 vol. sm. 4to. vellum, from the Sunderland library, £20.

1638 A COLLECTION of 16 RARE TRACTS, chiefly relating to the publication of

Arch. Laud's Prayer Book in Scotland. 16854 LYNDESAY (David] Bishop of Brechan, Trve Narration of all the

passages of the proceedings in the generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland, holden at Perth the 25 of August, 1618, 2 parts in 1 vol. sm. 4to. vellum, from the Sunderland library, £2.

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16855 [MARTINE (John)] Dialogue betwixt Cosmophilus and Theophilus

anent the urging of new Ceremonies upon the KIRKE OF Scot-
LAND, 12mo. sd. £3. 16s [Edinburgh) MDcxx--at end, 1621

A curious and rare tract illustrating the Struggle between Episcopalian
and Presbyterian principles then taking place in Scotland. At the end
Cosmophilus suggests that the ministers of the opposite party should go and

preach the Gospel in Virginia.
16856 STEVEN (Rev. W.) History of the Scottish Church, Rotterdam,

1642-1832, 8vo. three plates, hf. calf, 78 Edinburgh, 1833

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12. PILGRIMAGES TO THE HOLY LAND,

and Descriptions of Syria, Sec. XI–XIX.
16857 REYSZBUCH desz heyligen Lands, das ist ein grundtliche be-

schreibung aller Meer und Bilgerfahrten zum heyligen Lande, so
biszhero, von vielen Fürsten, Graffen, Freyen, Rittern, etc.
vollnbracht [herausgegeben von Nicolaus Roth), 2 vols. in 1,
stout folio, over 1200 pp. vellum, £2. Franckfort, Saur, 1609

The vellum sides consist of pages full of writing from a MS. of the
XI-XII Century:

The narratives include the Crusades, as well as the Pilgrimages, and

begin with A.D. 1095, ending with the later part of the sixteenth century. 16858 CARMOLY (E.) Itinéraires de la Terre Sainte des XIII–XVII Siècle, traduits de l'Hébreu, 8vo. maps, sd. 10s

1847 16858*.

the same, 1847—Carmoly, Notice sur Benjamin de Tudèle, avec examen par Lelewel, maps, 1852—in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. calf, 208

Bruxelles, 1847-52
16859 Bunting (Henry) Itinerarium totius sacræ Scripturæ .. done into
English by R. B., sm. 4to. calf, gilt edges, 258

1619
A kind of geographical encyclopædia to illustrate the Bible.
16860 GRETSERI (Jacobi) de sacris et religiosis Peregrinationibus,
libri quatuor

de voluntaria Flagellorum Cruce, sm. 4to.
plates, fine copy in red morocco extra by Boyer, with arms and
monograms of Colbert in gold on sides and back, very scarce, from
the Beckford library, £5. 5s

Ingolstadii, 1606
(A.D. 1217, etc.)
16861 TOBLER'S (Titus) Works. Lustreise ins Morgenland, 2 vols.

Zürich, 1839; Bethlehem in Palästina topographisch und
historisch geschildert, St. Gallen, 1849 ; die Siloahquelle und der
Oelberg, ib. 1852; Golgatha, seine Kirchen und Klöster, St.
Gall. 1851; Denkblätter aus Jerusalem, St. Gall. 1853 ; Topo-
graphie von Jerusalem und seinen Umgebungen, mit Beitrag,
3 vols. Berlin, 1853-55 ; Thetmari Iter ad Terram Sanctam,
1217, ex MS. ed. Tobler, 16mo. St. Galli, 1851; together, 10 vols.

bound in 6, sm. 8vo. maps, plans, and plates, calf, £2. 1839-55
(A.D. 1283).
16862 BORCHARDI Descriptio Terræ Sanctæ et Regionum finiti-

marum; item Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum Barth. de
Saligniaco, sm. 4to. vellum, 18s

Magdeburgi, 1587
Barthélemi de Salignac's pilgrimage took place in 1522. Borchard the
monk was in the Holy Land in 1283.

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