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ENGLAND. Reflections upon our late and present Proceedings in England. 4° Lond. 1689.

A free Conference concerning the present Revolution of Affairs in England. 4° Lond. 1689.

Reflections upon the Opinions of some modern Divines, concerning the nature of government in general, and that of England in particular. With an appendix. 4° Lond. 1689.

Some Remarks upon Government, and particularly upon the establishment of the English monarchy. In two letters. 4o 1689. Een zedigh Ondersoek na de Redenen van de tegenwoordige ongevallen in Engelant. 4° Rotterdam, 1690.

T'samenspraeck raeckende de oorsaecken van de gewese gevaaren der tegenwoordige Regeering in Engelant. 4o 1692.

The present State of England, a Vision. 4° Lond. 1692.
Some Thoughts of the Interest of England. 8° Lond. 1697.
England's Enemies exposed. 4° 1701.

A Letter to a Person of Honour, concerning the present. juncture of affairs in England. 8° Lond. 1702.

Paradoxes of State, relating to the present Juncture of Affairs in England and the rest of Europe. 4° Lond. 1702.

England's great Concern; in the perpetual settlement of a commission of accounts. 4° Lond. 1702.

Division our Destruction: or, a short history of the French faction in England. 4° Lond. 1702.

England's, and North Britain's, Happiness prov'd to be greater in her present Majesties Reign, than in former Ages. 4° Lond.


The miserable Case of poor Old England fairly stated. 4o Amsterd. 1712.

French Influence upon English Counsels demonstrated from an Examination of our Measures for twenty Years past. 8° Lond. 1740.

Voyage d'un Français en Angleterre pendant les années 1810 et 1811. [Par M. Simon.] 2 Tom. 8° Par. 1816.

A History of England; Vol. IV. 12° Lond. 1834.

ENGLISH Scenes and English Civilization; or sketches and traits in the nineteenth century; 3 Vol. 12° Lond. 1834.

ENGLISHMEN. Peculiarities of Englishmen. 8". [Title wanting.]

ENRIQUEZ (ALBERTO). Resolucion varonil, o Viage que hiço Doña Maria Estuarda Condesa de Tirconel en trage de Varon, Historia entretenida y verdadera. 8o Brussel. 1627.

ENTY (JOHN). The Innocence of Protestant Dissenters clear'd, in reference to the transactions of 41, and the death of K. Charles I. In 8° Lond. 1717.

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ÉPHÉMÉRIDES Universelles, ou tableau présentant, pour chaque jour de l'année, un extrait des annales de toutes les nations et de tous les siècles, depuis les temps historiques jusqu'au 1er Janvier 1828. Par MM. Aubert de Vitry, Boisseau, Bory de Saint-Vincent, Chatelain, Dulaure, A. Fée, Guizot, Jourdan, Kératry, De Norvins, Paul Duport, Tencé, Thory, P. F. Tissot, et autres; publiée par M. Edouard Monnais; 13 Tom. 8° Par. 1828–33.

EPIGRAMMATA. Epigrammatum Græcorum Libri VII. Annotationibus Joannis Brodæi illustrati. Cum indice. fol. Basil. Froben, 1549. [Cum notis MSS. Petri Burmanni et J. Garel.]

EPISCOPACY. The Divine Right of Episcopacy asserted., With a preface by George Hickes, D.D. 8° Lond. 1708.

The exclusive Power of episcopally ordained Clergy to administer the Word and Sacraments, and consequently the divine authority of Episcopacy, discussed. 8° Cambr. 1834.

EPISTLES. Aardige Duyvelary voorvallende in dese dagen, begrepen in een Brief. 4o.

Epistola Ministri cujusdam Verbi, ad quendam Symnistam, de Ecclesia, Clavibus, Sacramentis, veraque Ministrorum Spiritus electione. 8°.

Clarorum virorum Epistolæ, variis temporibus missæ ad Joannem Reuchlin. 8° Tiguri, 1558.

Copie van zekeren Brief aenden Abt van N. wesende tot Brussel ende vande cessie der Nederlanden aende Infante van Spaignen met de annotatien ор dezelve. 4° 1599.

Brieff aen de Standen des Coninckrijcx Bohemien. 4o Ant

werpen, 1620.

Dresdani Prædicantis Epistola ad N. Fr. Cofurtensem de Calvinistis Bello persequendis. 4o 1620.

Brief by den Noncius vanden Paus van Roomen aen de Coninginne Moeder van den Coninck van Vranckrijck, midtsgaders seecker Schrijvens uyt Ceulen enz. 4o 1632.

De afgesette Post ofte eenige Brieven, dewelcke gevonden syn op de groote weg van Parys. 4o 1688.

Sapho to Phaon: an epistle from a lady of quality to a noble lord. 8° Lond. 1743.

EPPS (JOHN). A Speech on bestowing a Charter, with Power to confer Degrees, on the London University. 8° Lond. 1834.

Hora Phrenologica. 12° Lond. 1834.

ERASMUS (DES.). An Epistle concerninge the Veryte of the Sacrament of Christes Body and Bloude. 16o. Imprynted by Robert Wyer. [Lit. Goth.]

Epistolæ duæ; in Pscudevangelicos et Græculos. S

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ERI. Chronicles of Eri; being the history of the Gaal Sciot Iber: or Irish people; translated from the MSS. in the Phoenician dialect of the Scythian language. By O'Connor; 2 Vol. 8° Lond. 1822.

ERICHSEN (JOHN). Udsigt over den gamle Manuscript-Samling i det store Kongelige Bibliothek. 8° Kiobenhavn, 1786. Presented by the Commissioners of the Public Records.

ERNESTI (H. F. T. L.). De præclara Christi in Apostolis instituendis
Sapientia atque Prudentia.
Prudentia. 4o Gotting. 1834.

ERNESTI (JO. CHRISTOPH.). Disquisitio historico-ecclesiastica de Eusebio Pamphili, Episcopo Cæsariensi. 4° Witteb. 1703.

ERSCH und GRÜBER. Encyclopädie; Sect. 1. Theil 24. (Gruber). Sect. 11. Theil 10. (Hoffmann). Sect. 111. Theil 4. (Meier und Kamtz). 4' Leipz. 1833. Presented by the Royal Society of Göttingen.


Manuel de Littérature Classique ancienne. Traduit, avec des additions, par C. F. Cramer; 2 Tom. 8° Par. an x. [1802.]

ESCOBAR (-). Las quatro cientas respuestas a otras tantas preguntas, quel Illustrissimo Señor Don Fadrique Enrriquez, Almirante de Castilla, y otras personas, embiaron a preguntar en diversas vezes al autor; 2 Partes. fol. Valladolid, 1550–3. [Lit. Goth.]

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ESCOBAR Y MENDOZA (ANTONIO DE). Nueva Jerusalen Maria: Poema heroyco. 8° Madr. 1761.

ESCUELA (GERONIMO). Sermon de la Passion. 4o Zaragoça, 1677. ESPAGNOL (JEAN L'). Histoire notable de la Conversion des Anglois, rapportée soubs la vie miraculeuse de Saincte Vaubourg. 8° Douay,


Obregon. 4o Madr. 1618.

Relaciones de la Vida del Escudero Marcos de

ESQUISSE de mes Travaux, de mes Voyages, et de mes Opinions; dans une lettre à son ami Agathomerus, par Mela Britannicus. 12o Londr. 1830.

ESSAY. Philosophical Essays. 4o.

An Essay towards the Theory of the Intelligible World; intuitively considered. Designed for forty-nine parts; Pt. 1. By Gabriel John. 12" Printed in the year one thousand seven hundred, &c.


ESSAY. Essay of Prouve op 't Publique Credijt, uit het Engels vertaald. 4o Rotterdam, 1710.

An Essay on the Moral Constitution and History of Man. 12° Edinb. and Lond. 1834.

ESSEN (G. H. VON). Verzeichniss der Numismatischen Sammlung des verstorbenen Herrn Gerhard Hinrich Von Essen, als zweite Abtheilung seines Kunst-Nachlasses. 8° Altona, 1834. Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

ESTE. Notizie biografiche e letterarie degli Scrittori nello Stato Estense; Tom. I. Fasc. 1-4. 4° Reggio, 1833.

ESTIUS (GUILIELMUS). Historiæ Martyrum Gorcomiensium qui pro Fide Catholica interfecti sunt A.D. 1572, Libri quatuor. 8° Namurci, 1655. ESTOFFÉ (ANTOINE L'). Sententien van den Krijgs-Rade der Vereenighde Nederlanden jegens Anthoine l'Estoffé over zyne schandelijcke verraderije op de stadt van Bergen opten Zoom. 4o's Gravenhaghe, 1628. ETON. Some Remarks on the Studies and Management of Eton School. By a Parent. 8° Lond. 1834.

A few Words in reply to "Some remarks upon the present system and management of Eton School." By Etonensis. 8° Lond.


The Eton System of Education vindicated. 8° Lond. 1834. EVANS (EDWARD JOHN). Nine Sermons on the Doctrine of the Trinity. 8° Dubl. 1833.

EVANS (JOHN). A Sermon on the Anniversary of his Majesty's Coronation. 8° Lond. 1722.

A Sermon on Genesis xxxix. 9. 8° Lond. 1722.

Eucharist. The Perpetuity of the Faith of the Catholic Church on the Eucharist. With the refutation of the reply of a Calvinistic Minister. 8 Dubl. 1834.

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EUCLIDES. Rudimenta Musices. Gr. Lat.

4o Par. Andreas Wechclus, 1557.

The Elements of Euclid. By Robert Simson, M.D. With the Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, and a Treatise on the construction of the trigonometrical canon. Also a concise account of Logarithms, by the Rev. A. Robertson, D.D. 8° Lond. 1834.

The first six and the eleventh and twelfth Books of Euclid's Elements; with notes and illustrations, and an appendix in five books. By James Thomson, LL.D. 8° Edinb. 1834.

EVERARD (ROBERT). An Epistle to the several Congregations of NonConformists. 8° 1661.

EVLIYA EFENDI'. Narrative of Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, in the seventeenth century. Translated from the Turkish by the Ritter Joseph von Hammer. 4° Lond. 1834.


EURIPIDES. Tragœdiæ octodecim. His accessit Electra. [2 Vol.] 8° Francof.

1832, 3.

Dramata. Illustravit Ernestus Zimmermann; Vol. 1-111. Iv, Pars Prior. 8° Francof. ad Mæn. 1808–15.

Tragœdiæ ex recensione G. Dindorfii; 2 Tom. 8o Oxon,

Metrical Analysis of the Hecuba, Orestes, Phoenissæ, and Medea of Euripides, according to the text of Porson. 12° Dubl. 1833.

EUROPE. Discourses upon the modern Affairs of Europe. 4o 1680.
A View of Government in Europe, and civil policy: also of
the antiquity, power, and decay of Parliaments. By T. R. Esq. 8°
Lond. 1689.

A View of the Interest of the several States of Europe since the Accession of their present Majesties to the Crown of Great Britain. 4° Lond. 1689.

The present State of Europe: or, the monthly Mercury; Vol. 11. Feb., July, Dec., 1691; Vol. II. July, 1692. 4° Lond. 1691, 2. Memoirs of the present State of Europe. Done into English from the French. For Jan. 1693. 4° Lond. 1692.

Vol. 11. for July, Aug., Sept., Dec., 1693. 4° Lond. 1693.
Vol. iv. for April, July, 1693. 4° Lond. 1698.

The present State of Politicks in Europe. 8° Lond. 1739.

A Key to the Politics of the principal Powers of Europe. Translated. 8° Lond. 1743.

EUSTACE CONWAY. A novel; 3 Vol. 12° Lond. 1834.

EUTROPIUS. Breviarium Romanæ Historia. Specimen emendationum 8" Amst. [1738.] [Cum

et indicem criticum adjecit J. D. v. Hoven. notis MSS. quamplurimis.] EXAMINATION. Serious Examination, translated from the Spanish, by Jacob Porter. 8° Northampton, 1829. Presented by the Translator. EXAMINER. A Letter to Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq.; occasion'd by the letter to the Examiner. 8° Lond. 1710.

8° Dubl.

The Christian Examiner for 1834.
The Legal Examiner; Vol. 1-111.

8° Lond. 1832, 3.

The Legal Examiner, and Law Chronicle, for 1834. 8°


EXCISE. Englishmen's Eyes open'd; being the Excise controversy set in a new light. 8° Lond. 1738.

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