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DIALOGUES. A Dialogue at Oxford between a Tutor and a Gentleman, formerly his pupil, concerning government. 4° Lond. 1681.

The Head of Nile; or, the turnings and windings of the factious since sixty, in a dialogue between Whigg and Barnaby. 4° Lond. 1681.

An Answer to a Libel, entituled, a Dialogue between Dr. H. C. and a Country Gentleman. 4° Lond. 1696.

An Answer to the Dragon and Grasshopper, in a dialogue between an Old Monkey and a Young Weazel. 8° Lond. 1698. Jack out of Office; in a dialogue between two disconsolate 4o 1705.

sneakers.

The Rival Dutchess: or, court incendiary. In a dialogue between Madam Maintenon, and Madam M. 8° Lond. 1708.

A Dialogue between an Oak and an Orange Tree. 8° Lond.

1716.

A Dialogue between a Whig and a Jacobite; on the late rebellion. 8° Lond. 1716.

Dialogues on the Passions, Habits, and Affections, peculiar to Children. 8° Lond. 1748.

A philosophical Dialogue concerning Decency. [By Mr. Rolleston.] 4° Lond. 1751.

Four new Dialogues of the Dead. 8° Lond. 1765.
Dialogues, moral and scientific; 2 Vol. 12° Lond.

1834.

The Strike; or, a dialogue between Andrew Plowman and 8° Lond. 1834.

John Treadle. DIAMANTE (J. B.).

Santa Juliana. Comedia. 4o.

Passion vencida de Afecto. Comedia. 4o.

Comedia famosa del Hercules de Ocaña. 4o.

Reynar por obedecer. Comedia famosa de tres Ingenios. La primera Jornada de Diamante. La segunda de Villaviciosa. La tercera de D. Juan de Matos. 4°.

La Magdalena de Roma, Cathalina la bella. Comedia. 4° Madr. 1748. DIARIO de los Literatos de España; 7 Tom. 8° Madr. 1737-42. Espiritu de los mejores Diarios Literarios que se publican en Europa; No. CXLI-III. 4o Madr. 1788.

No. CLXX-II. 4° Madr. 1789.
de Madrid. 15 de Abril, 1808.

22 de Abril, 1808.
24 de Abril, 1808.

Num. cVI. 4o.
Num. cxIII. 4o.
Num. cxv. 4o.

DIARIO de Madrid.

9 de Mayo, 1808. Num. cxxx. 4o.
24 de Mayo, 1808. fol.

Suplemento. 17 de Junio, 1808. 4°.
14 de Setiembre, 1808. Num. xxxvIII.
29 de Deciembre, 1808. Num. CXLIII.
7 de Enero, 1809. Num. VII. 4o.

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de la Capital. [Desde 21 hasta 24 de Mayo, 1823.] No. XLII-V. 4o Madr.

Nuevo Diario de Madrid. [Desde 1 hasta 22 de Mayo, 1823.] No. CXXI, CXXIII-CXXXII, CXXXIV-CXL, CXLII.

4o.

de Valencia.

27 de Marzo, 1808.

Num. LXXXVII.
Suplemento. 4o.
Num. III. 4o.

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28 de Abril, 1820.

Suplemento al Diario. 8 de Julio, 1822. 4o.

Patriotico de la Ciudad de Valencia; No. cxxiv. 10 de Julio, 1822. 4o.

Suplemento. 12 de Julio, 1822. 4°.

DIARY. Extracts from the Diary of a Lover of Literature. [Tho. Green.] 4° Ipsw. 1810.

DIBDIN (T.). The last Lays of the last of the three Dibdins. 8° Lond.

1833.

1819-26.

DICTIONNAIRE abrégé des Mythologies; 2 Tom. 12° Par.

Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, metrically condensed; in 6 cantos. 8° Lond. 1834.

DICK (JOHN). Lectures on Theology; 4 Vol. 8° Edinb. 1834. DICKENSONUS (JOANNES). Speculum Tragicum. 8" Delphis Bat. 1602. DICTIONARIES. Table alphabetique des Dictionnaires, de toutes sortes de Langues et sur toutes sortes de Sciences et d'Arts. [Par le Président Durcy de Noinville.] 8° Par. 1758.

DICTIONARY. Dictionary of the Russian Academy; 5 Vol. 4o St. Petersburgh, 1789-1794.

Dizionario della Lingua Italiana; 7 Tom. 4° Bologna,

DIDACUS Complutensis. Vera Narratio Canonizationis Sancti Didaci Complutensis Ordinis S. Francisci de Observantia. 8° Loran. 1588. DIDEROT (DENIS). Mémoires, Correspondance et Ouvrages inédits, publiés d'après les manuscrits confiés, en mourant, par l'Auteur à Grimm; 4 Tom. 8" Par. 1830, 1.

DIETELMAIERUS (J. A.). Dissertatio Academica qua Antiquitas Codicis Alexandrini vindicatur et novo argumento comprobatur. 4o Halæ Magd. 1739.

De Metrophane Critopulo, Patriarcha Alexandrino, Dissertatio. 4° Altorf. 1769. DIETERICH (ELIAS GOTTL.), Præs. Dissertatio Historica de Johanne Fero (Johann Wild) Monacho Moguntino. Resp. Joh. Hoefler. 4° Altorf.

1723.

DIGEST. [1834.] An Analytical Digest of all the Cases reported in the House of Lords, in the Courts of Law and Equity, in the Privy Council, and in the Ecclesiastical and Admiralty Courts, from Nov. 1, 1833, to Nov. 1, 1834. 8° Lond.

DILETTANTI. Les Antiquités Inédites de l'Attique, contenant les restes d'architecture d'Eleusis, de Rhamnus, de Sunium et de Thoricus, par la Société des Dilettanti. Ouvrage traduit de l'Anglais, avec de notes, par J. J. Hittorff. fol. Par. 1832.

DILUCIDATOR. The Dilucidator; or, reflections upon modern transactions; 7 Nos. 4° Lond. 1789.

DIOGENES Lacrtius. Commentarii in Diogenem Laertium. Isaaci Casauboni Notæ atque Egidii Menagii Observationes et Emendationes. in Diogenem Laertium. Addita est historia mulierum philosopharum ab eodem Menagio scripta. Editionem curavit Henricus Gustavus Huebnerus. Post Huebneri mortem absolvit Carolus Jacobitz; 2 Vol. 8° Lips. 1830–33.

DIONYSIUS Thrax. Grammaire. Græc. Armen. Gall. Précédée de considérations générales sur la science glossologique chez les anciens ; et de quelques détails sur Denis, par M. Cirbied. 8° Par. 1830. DIRECTORY. The Laity's Directory to the Church Service, for 1835. 12° Lond.

The Post-Office Annual Directory, for 1833-34. 8o Edinb.

1833. DISCOURSE. A seasonable Discourse, wherein is examined what is lawful during the confusions and revolutions of government; especially in the case of a king deserting his kingdom. 4° Lond. 1689.

DISCOURSES. The Young Minister's Companion; or, outlines of eightyfive original Discourses. 12' Lond. [1834.]

DISINHERITED. The Disinherited and the Ensnared; 3 Vol. 12° Lond. 1834.

DISRAELI (BENJ.). The Revolutionary Epick. 4" Lond. 1834.

DISSENT. A Lay Churchman's Letter to his Neighbours upon Dissent from the Established Church. 12o Dereham.

DISSENTER. The Foundations of Religious Liberty explained: or, plain reasons for being a Protestant Dissenter. By a Layman. 8° Lond. 1755.

DISSENTERS. The Case of Protestant Dissenters, of late prosecuted, on old Statutes made against Papists. 4° Lond. 1680.

The Private Christian's Reasons for stated Communion with a Dissenting Congregation: consider'd, in a letter to the people of Ser. By S. G. 8° Lond. 1713.

The Invalidity of the Dissenting Ministry. By a Presbyter of the Church of England. 8° Lond. 1717.

The Lay-Man's Reasons for his joining in stated Communion with a Congregation of moderate Dissenters. 8° Lond. 1717.

An Alarm to Dissenters and Methodists. 8° Lond. 1769.

A Letter to the Members of Parliament, on the Dissenters' Petitions, and on Church Grievances. By a late Fellow of All Souls, Oxford. 8° Lond. 1834.

The Case of the Dissenters, in a letter addressed to the Lord Chancellor. 8° Lond. 1834.

An Answer to a Letter addressed to the Lord Chancellor on the Case of the Dissenters. In a letter to the same. By a Clergyman. 8° Lond. 1834.

The Designs of the Dissenters. A letter to the King. By a Protestant Dissenter. 8° Lond. 1834.

The Dissenter exposed to himself and the Church, with a view to Conformity. 8° Lond. 1834.

An Address to serious Persons among the orthodox Protestant Dissenters of England and Wales. 8° Lond. 1834.

An Answer to the Representations of the Dissenters respecting the state of Religion in America. 8° Lond. 1834. DISSERTATIONS. Three philosophical Dissertations. 8°. [Title wanting.] Three Dissertations; one on the characters of Augustus, Horace, and Agrippa, by the Abbé de Vertot; another on the Gallery of Verres, by the Abbé Fragnier; a third on the use of masks, in theatrical representations among the ancients, by Mr. Boindin. [Translated by George Turnbull.] 4° Lond. 1739. DISSERTAZIONE [sopra la Famiglia da Carrara.] fol.

DOBROWSKY (J.). Slavin. Bothschäft aus Böhmen an alle Slawischen Völker. Verbesserte Auflage. Von Wenceslaw Hanka. S Prag, 1834.

DOBSON (J. P.). The Old Paths. A sermon at the Rev. J. Burnett's Meeting-house, Camberwell. 8° Lond. 1833.

DOCTOR. The Doctor, &c.; 2 vol. 12° Lond. 1834.

DODD (WILLIAM). A Sermon on Luke xix. 22. 8° Lond. 1755. DODDRIDGE (PHILIP). A Sermon, occasioned by the heroick Death of the Hon. Col. James Gardiner. 8° Lond. 1745.

The Evidences of Christianity, abridged from three of his Sermons, by the Rev. Francis Wrangham. 8° 1820. DODSLEY (R.). The Triumph of Peace, a masque. 4° Lond. 1749. Cleone. A tragedy. 8° Lond. 1758.

DODWELL (EDWARD). Views and Descriptions of Cyclopian, or Pelasgic Remains, in Greece and Italy; with constructions of a later period: from drawings by Edward Dodwell, Esq.; intended as a supplement to his "Tour in Greece." fol. Lond. 1834.

DODWELL (WILLIAM). An Assize Sermon. 8° Oxf. 1750.

Oxf. 1752.

Two Sermons on the Fast-day and the preceding Sunday. 8° Oxf. 1756. DOLBY (THOMAS), and ROSCOE (THOMAS). The Literary Cyclopædia. Pt. I-III. 8° Lond. 1834.

A Sermon before the University of Oxford. 8°

DOLET (ESTIENNE). Genethliacum Claudii Doleti, Stephani Doleti filii. 8° Lugd. 1539. [Reprint.]

Gall. 8° Lyon, 1539. [Reprint.]

La Manière de bien traduire d'une Langue en autre. Davantage de la punctuation de la langue Francoyse, plus des accents d'ycelle. 8° Lyon, 1540. [Reprint.]

Le Second Enfer. 8° Lyon, 1544.

Cantique d'Estienne Dolet, Prisonnier à la Conciergerie de Paris, sur sa desolation et sur sa consolation. 8° 1546. [Reprint.]

La Forme et Manière de la Poinctuation, et Accents de la Langue Françoise. 16° Par. 1556.

DOLINS (Sir DANIEL).
Lond. 1725.

Charge to the Grand-Jury of Middlesex. 8°

Second Charge. 8° Lond. 1726.

DOMINICIS (FRANCESCO DE). Repertorio Numismatico per conoscere qualunque moneta Greca tanto urbica che dei re e la loro rispettiva stima ridotto a specchio topografico; 2 Tom. 4° Napoli, 1826, 7.

DOMINIS (MARC. ANT. DE), Archiepisc. Spalaten. Sui reditus ex Anglia consilium exponit. 4° Dilinga, 1623.

DON (GEORGE). A general System of Gardening and Botany; Vol. II. 4° Lond. 1834.

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