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A CATALOGUE

OF

RELIGIONS AND SUPERSTITIONS:
1. Biblés; II. Church History;

III. Theology and Canon Law;
IV. Liturgy and Ritual; V. Judaism;
VI. Comparative Mythology and Heathen

Religions;
VII. Mysteries, Magic, Witchcraft;

FOLLOWED BY A CATALOGUE OF

GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS;
Modern Latinists and Hellenists,

Macaronic Writers;
Works on Classical Philology;
Greek and Roman Archæology, and History;
Additions from the Hamilton and

Gosford Libraries.

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CONTENTS,

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A. RELIGIONS AND SUPERSTITIONS

I. BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS

1. Polyglotts

1571--73

II. Original Texts

1574-84

1. Hebrew and Chaldee

1574–78

2. Greek

1578–84

III. Early Versions

1585-1600

a. Latin

1585-92

b. Syriac

1593-94

c. Coptic

1594

d. Ethiopic

1595—97

e. Gothic

1597-98

f. Armenian.

1598

g. Anglo-Saxon

1598-99

h. Slavonic

.1599-1600

i. Arabic

1600

iv. Modern Translations, made since the fifteenth

century; in aphabetical order of languages. 1600-1636

Apocryphal Gospels and Books on the Bible 1636-1638

II. HISTORY OF THE CHURCH
1. Origins of Christianity, Lives of Christ

and the Saints

1638-48

2. General Ecclesiastical History, and Monu-

ments of early Christians

1648-54

3. National and Local Church History

1654-65

a. Italy and Sicily. .

1654-55

b. France

1655–57

c. Spain and Portugal

1657-58

d. Great Britain and Ireland

1658–63

e. Germany and Low Countries

1663

f. Scandinavia

1664

g. Latin Church of E. Europe 1664-65

4. History of Councils

1665

5. History of Popes and Cardinals

1666–67

6. The Inquisition

1667–69

7. Religious Orders

1679–76

Jesuits and their Missions

1672–76

8. Eastern Churches

1676–77

9. History of Heresies

1677-79

10. History of the Reformation

1679-87

a. The Precursors

1679-80

b. Germany and Low Countries

1680–81

c. England and Scotland

1681-83

d. France and the Huguenots

1683-86

e. Switzerland and Vaudois.

1686

f. Italy

1686

g. Spain

1686-87

h. Eastern Europe, Socinians

1687

11. Puritans and Covenanters

1687-91

a. England

1687–88

b. Scotland

1688—91

12. Pilgrimages to the Holy Land

1691-97

III. THEOLOGY, AND CANON LAW

1. Works of the Fathers.

1697-1705

2. Works of the Schoolmen

1706-07

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THEOLOGY AND CANON LAW-continued-

3. Biblical Exposition

4. Church and Canon Law

a. Canon Law

1710-11

b. Decrees of Council and Synods 1711--13

C. Rota Romana

1713

d. Pænitentialia, Moral Theology 1713-16

e, Laws of the Inquisition :

1716

f. Statutes of Religious Orders 1716-17

g. Papal Jurisdiction

1717

h. Indulgences

1718

5. Theology

a. Mystic and Ascetic Writers

: 1718–24

b. Imitation of Christ.

1725--26

c. Illuminati and Visionaries . 1726-27

6. Works by and against Reformers

a. Precursors

1727-28

b. German

1728-33

c. English

1733-35

d. Scottish

1735-36

e. French Huguenots

1736-37

f. Vaudois

1738

g. Italian

1738-39

h. Spanish

1739440

i. Socinians.

1740-41

7. Puritans and Episcopalians

8. English Polemics, Sec. 17-19.

9. Sermons

IV. LITURGY AND RITUAL, PRAYER Books .

1. Collectanea and Books on Liturgies .

2. Service-books, Roman use

a. Missals

1750-51

b. Breviaries.

1751-52

c. Psalters

1752-53

d. Antiphonals

1753

e. Offices and Horæ.

1753456

f. Ceremonialia

1757

3. Gallican Use

4. Mozarabic and Valentian

5. English and Scottish uses

a. Missals ad us. Sarum

1763–65

6. Breviaries.

1765-66

c. Psalters

1766-68

d. Primers

1769

e. Ceremonialia.

1770-71

6. German Churches

7. Monastic Service-books.

8. Hymnology

9. Oriental Liturgies

a. Greek

1775

b. Russo-Greek

1775–76

c. Syrian Churches

1776

d. Coptic Church

1776

e. Abyssinian

1776

10. Liturgies of Reformed Churches

a. Lutheran

1777–79

b. Huguenot and Calvinist

1779

c. Netherlands

1780

d. Moravian .

1780

e. English

1780—90

1. Collectanea

1780-83

2. Primer and Common Prayer 1783-88

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LITURGY AND RITUAL PRAYER Books—continued

3. Liturgical Psalms

1788–89

4. Homilies

1790

5. Special Forms

1790

f. Scottish

1790–91

11. Appendix to Liturgies.

1791-96

a. Catechisms and Forms of

Doctrine

1791-94

1. Roman Church

1792-92

2. Reformed Churches

1792–94

b. Non-liturgical books of Devotion. 1794—96

1. Prayer Books

1794-95

2. Paraphrases of Psalms 1795-96

V. JUDAISM, HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY, RITUAL, LAW .

VI. HEATHENDOM

1. Collections, Comparative Mythology :

1801-06

2. Atheistical and anti-Christian writers

1806–07

3. Works on the Soul, Metaphysical Philosophy 1807-08

Religions of Western Asia

1808

Chaldæans

1808

Syrians and Phænicians

1809

Sabians

1809

Mohammedans

1809-10

Druzes.

1810

5. Ancient Persia

1811-12

6. Ancient India, Hinduism

1812-16

7. Buddhism

1816-19

8. Ancient Egypt.

1819–20

9. China (non-Buddhistic);

1820

10. Europe

1820-21

Helleno-Italic

1820-21

Celtic

1821

Teutonic and Norge.

1821

Lapponic

1821

11. America

1822-23

12. Polynesia

1823

13. South Africa

1823

VII. OCCULT WISDOM

1. Mysteries, Oracles, Secret Associations

1823–24

Sibyls

1824

Freemasonry

1824

2. Magic, Occult Science

1824-33

Alchemy

1824-28

Apparitions and Dreams

1828

Astrology

1828

Witchcraft

1829.-31

Appendix

1832-34

THEOLOGY: Books omitted in Sections II, III, IV, V

B. CLASSICS AND CONCOMITANT STUDIES
I. Greek Writers, B.c. 1000 to A.D. 1500

1837-1869
II. Latin Writers, B.C. 300 to A.D. 600 .

1869–1926

III. Modern Latinists and Hellenists, and Macaronics. 1926-1954

IV. Classical Philology, Works on Greek and Latin

Languages

1954-1965

Ancient Italic Dialects

1964–65

v. Classical Archeology and History

1965–1980

ADDITIONS : Greek and Latin Classics and History, from the Libraries of

1823–33

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the Duke of Hamilton and Earl of Gosford .

1980-1993

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THEOLOGY, LITURGIES; JUDAISM ; HEATHENISM, ,

MYSTERIES I. BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS, including Manuscripts and printed editions in the various languages of the world.

I; POLYGLOTTS. 15745 [BIBLIA SACRA POLYGLOTTA, Hebraice,

2. Chaldaice, et Græce, cum tribus interpretationibus latinis ; de mandato, ac sumtibus cardinalis D. F. FRANCISCI XIMENIS de CISNEROS, impressa atque edita curis Demetrii Cretensis, Antonii Nebrissensis, Lopez Astuniga, Alphonsi Zamora et aliorum], 6 vols. folio, a perfectly complete copy, including the rare sheet of six leaves, containing a Greek preface to St. Paul's Epistles, which is seldom found in the book, having been printed after the completion of the New Testament; bound in purple morocco extra, gilt edges, very fine copy, £225.

Compluti, industria Arn. Guil. de Brocario,

1514, 1515, et 1517 15746 another copy, fine and perfect, 6 vols. folio,

brown morocco extra, gilt edges, by Clarke and Bedford, £210.

1514-17 15747

another

copy,

6 vols. in 4, folio, quite perfect, including the rare Preface to St. Paul's Epistles ; some leaves in the New Testament and the Vocabularies slightly wormed; calf, from the Sunderland library, £150.

1514-17 This copy fetched £195 at the first Sunderland sale, 15748 --- another copy, 6 vols. folio, also including the

rare Preface to St. Paul's Epistles, wanting the twenty-seven leaves specified below, four vols. in

Dec. 1881.

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