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POWNALL (THOMAS). Considerations on the Scarcity and high Prices of Bread-Corn and Bread, suggesting the Remedies. 8° Cambr. 1795. Pozzo (FERDINANDO), Conte dal. Della Felicità che gl' Italiani possono e debbono dal Governo Austriaco procacciarsi, col piano di un' associazione per tutta Italia, avente per oggetto la diffusione della pura lingua Italiana. 8o Parigi, 1833.

POZZOBON (GIOVANNI), detto Schieson. Opere; 4 Vol. 8° Padova. PRADES (JAYME). Historia de la adoracion y uso de las santas imagenes, y de la imagen de la fuente de la salud. 8° Valencia, 1597.

PREDICATIO. Ratio brevis et docta, piaque, sacrarum tractandarum Concionum, vulgo Modus Prædicandi adpellata, a quodam docto et pio Concionatore, Philippi Melanchtonis familiari congesta. Conjuncta est Phil. Melanchto. de Officio Concionatoris dissertatio. 8° Ulmæ, 1535.

PRAGMATICA. Nova Relaçam da Pragmatica da Secia contra todas as Franças, e Casquilhos sobre as parvoices das modas, excesso dos enfeites. 4o.

PRAGUE. Epinicium ad duces Cæsarianos recuperata Praga. 4° Antverpiæ, 1620.

Gazette van Blyschap wt Prage, Brussel, Parijs ende andere plaetsen. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.

Relaes vande groote Victorie ende het innemen van Praghe ende andere plaetsen. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.


Tijdinghe wt Praghe. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.

Tydinghen op den dagh van den slagh ontrent Praghe. 4" Antwerpen, 1620.

Verhael vanden bloedigen slach voor Praghe. 4° Antwerpen,

Verhael van Praghe. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.

Waerachtighe Tijdinghe nopende de Hooftstadt Praghe. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.

An Account of all that passed at Prague from the French Army's Flight thither down to the raising of the Siege. By an engineer in the French army. 8° Lond. 1743.

PRASCHIUS (JO. LUDOV.). Poematum Libellus. Accedit Pervigilium Veneris emendatum et notis auctum. 12° Norib. 1666.

PRATER (HENRY). An Essay upon the Law respecting Husband and Wife. 8° Lond. 1834.

PRATT (JOSEPH S.). Short and plain Sermons, for reading in Families. 12° Lond. 1834.

PRAY (GEORGIUS). Historia Controversiarum de Ritibus Sinicis ab earum origine ad finem compendio deducta. 8° Pestini, Buda, ac Cassoviæ,


PRAYER. A Form of Prayer, compos'd on occasion of the late earth-
quakes. By a Divine of the Church of England. 8° Lond. 1756.
A Manual of intercessory Prayer. 8° Ipswich, 1828.
Prayer, an infallible Test of the Truth of God's Word. 12°
Edinb. 1833.


Prayers and Hymns for every Day in the Week. 16° Lond.


Lessons on the Lord's Prayer. With prayers for every day in the week. 8° Lond. 1833.

The Pocket Prayer Book, with a scripture meditation and hymns to each day, for six weeks. 16° Lond. 1834.

Two plain Letters to the People of England, exhorting them to the Use of the Prayers of our Church. 12° Norwich, 1834. PREACHER. The Preacher; Vol. vi. 8° Lond. 1834.

Select Discourses from the American Preacher; 2 Vol. Edinb. 1796-1801. PREDESTINATION. Verhael van eenen Gepredestineerden Cappuyn. 4° Antwerpen, 1619.

PRE-EXISTENCE. The Pre-existing State proved: and the consistency of the Trinity exhibited upon a new principle. By a Layman. 12° Lond. 1834.

PREPETIT DE GRAMMONT (ALEX. DE). Ad Ludovicum Hectorem de Villars, Franciæ Parem, [Carmina.] Lat. Gall. 4° Par. 1714. PRESBYTERIANS. Histoire des nouveaus Presbyteriens Anglois et Escossois. Par M. F. 8o 1660.

Presbyterian Loyalty, in two letters. 4° Lond. 1705.

Presbyterian Loyalty in 1648. In a letter from the Presbyterian Ministers within the province of London. 8° Lond.


The History, Opinions, and present legal Position of the English Presbyterians. 8° Lond. 1834. PRESBYTERS. A View and Censure of the Mistakes propagated for the

ordaining Power of Presbyters, in a book entituled, "An Enquiry into the Constitution, Discipline, Unity and Worship of the Primitive Church." 8° [Title wanting.]

PRESCIENCE. An Essay concerning Divine Prescience, with a Dissertation on the Eternity of God. 8° Lond. 1750.

PRESTEL (M. A. F.). Anleitung zur perspectivischen Entwerfung der Krystallformen. 8" Göttingen, 1833.

PRETENDER. A Letter to Mr. Secretary V―n, in relation to the French King's proclaiming the Prince of Wales King of England. 4° Lond. 1702.

Hannibal not at our Gates: or, an enquiry into the grounds of our present fears of popery and the Pre-der. 8° Lond. 1714. PRETI (GIROLAMO). La Salmace. Idilio. 8° Terni, 1619.

PRICE (GEORGE). Notes of Points in Practice ruled in the Exchequer of Pleas, and the Cases at Law and in Revenue argued and determined in the Court of Exchequer and the Courts of Error and Appeal. Trinity Term and Vacation, 1 Wm. IV. and part of Michaelmas Term 2 Wm. IV.; Pt. 1. 8" Lond. 1831.

PRICE (JOHN). Considerations offered to the House of Commons, for building a Stone-bridge over the River Thames, from Westminster to Lambeth. 8° Lond. 1735.

PRICE (RICHARD). A Thanksgiving Sermon. 8° Lond. 1759.
PRICE (SAMUEL). A Thanksgiving Sermon. 8° Lond. 1724.

PRICE (THOMAS). A Sermon, in two parts, for the Sunday-School at
Stourport. 8° Stourport, 1814. Presented by T. E. Price, Esq.

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PRIDEAUX (HUMPHREY). A Letter to a Friend, on the Convocation of 1689, recommending a Revision of the Liturgy. And a discourse on the Ecclesiastical Commission of the same year, as the best mode of preparing for a revision, by Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury. With a preface and notes, by the Rev. C. N. Wodehouse. 8" Norwich, Lond. 1834.

PRIEST. The Plausible Arguments of a Romish Priest answered by an English Protestant. 8° Lond. 1686.

The Jacobitism, Perjury, and Popery of High-Church Priests. 8° Lond. 1710.

Priest Policy. 8° Lond. 1717.

Priestianity: or, a view of the disparity between the Apostles and the modern inferior clergy. 8° Lond. 1720.

PRIESTLEY (JOSEPH). An Essay on the first Principles of Government. 8° Lond. 1768.

PRILUSIUS (JACOBUS). Leges seu Statuta ac Privilegia Regni Poloniæ. fol. Cracor. 1553.

PRIMOGENITURE. Jus Primogeniti: or, the right of the first-born. In a letter; by B. J., Esq. 4° Lond. 1699.

PRINGLE (THOMAS). African Sketches. 8° Lond. 1834.

PRINTING. Plantificacion de la Imprenta de el Rezo Sagrado, que su Magestad se ha servido mandar que se establezca en España. fol. Valencia, 1732.

The Printing Machine; Vol. 1-111. 4° Lond. 1834.

PRIOR (W. H.). A Key to Keith's Treatise on the Use of the Globes. 12° Lond. 1834.


Abstract from the Acts of the 14th and 24th Geo. III., for preserving the Health of Prisoners in Gaol. 8°.

PRITCHARD (ANDREW). The Natural History of Animalcules: containing descriptions of all the known species of Infusoria. 8° Lond. 1834.

PRIVY COUNCIL. Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council of England. Edited by Sir Harris Nicolas; Vol. I-III. 8° Lond. 1834. Presented by the Commissioners of the Public Records.

PROPERTY. On Church Property. 8° Lond. 1834.

PROPHECIES. Nieuwe Voorseggingen wegens het besluyt van de Staeten en Rijcken van de Werelt. 4o 1688.

PROSODY. On the Prosodies of the Greek and Latin Languages. [By Samuel Horsley, Bishop of St. David's.] 8° Lond. 1796.

PROSPER (S.), Aquitanicus. Carmina. 4° Ven., per Jacobum Rubeum,


PROTESTANTS. Memorie van de Engelsche Protestanten aan den Prince en Princesse van Orangie. 4".

Verhael hoe dat den Protestanten Legher van Franckfort op ghebroken is. 4° 1620.

Verhael hoe dat der Protestanten Legher opghebroken is, ende hebben by Franckfort thien Dorpen geplundert ende eenich in brant ghesteken. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.

Verhael van der Protestanten Legher ende op breken der selver. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.

A Letter of Advice to a young Lady, to establish her in the Protestant Religion. 8" Lond. 1688.

An humble Request to Protestants, to promote Religion and Trade. 4° Lond. 1688.

A Representation of the Dangers impending over Protestants in Great Britain, before the coming of the Prince of Orange. 4o 1689.

An historical Memorial of the most remarkable Proceedings against the Protestants in France, from 1744 to 1751; translated from the French. 8° Lond. 1752.

PROVERBS. Cross of Proverbs. The second parts. By B. N. Gent. 16° Lond. John Wright, 1616.

Dictionnaire des Proverbes François. Par G[corge] D[e] B[acker]. 8° Brusselles, 1710.

PROVIDENCE. A Discourse on Providence. 8° Lond. 1747.

Thoughts on the Providence of God. 8° Lond. 1834. * PROVISIONS. An Enquiry into the causes of the present high Price of Provisions. 8° Lond. 1767.

An Investigation of the Cause of the present high Price of Provisions. 8° Lond. 1800.

PROUT (WILLIAM). Chemistry, Meteorology and the Function of Digestion considered with reference to Natural Theology. 8° Lond.


PRUSSIA. Beknopte Elucidatien, over het Recht van Syn Konincklijcke Majesteyt van Pruyssen tot de successie van de fidei-commissaire goederen van den Huyse Nassau-Orangien. 4o Gravenhage, 1702. PRYNNE (WILLEM). De oodtmoedighe Requesten van Willem Prynne enz. 4° 1641.

PSALMS. The Book of Psalms. Hebr. with selections from the various readings of Kennicott and De Rossi, and from the ancient versions. By J. Rogers, M.A.; 2 Vol. 12o Oxford, 1833, 4.

Postilla super totum Psalterium: [Opus Alexandri de Ales, aut Hugonis de S. Charo?] fol. Ven. Johannes et Gregorius de Gregoriis fratres, 1496. [Lit. Goth.]

Psalmi LXXV priores Davidis Regis quos Georgius Heserus argumentis, commentariis, sanctorum patrum symbolis et variis annotationibus instruxit. fol. Monach. 1673.


Psalmi LXXV posteriores Davidis Regis quos Georgius Heserus argumentis, commentariis, sanctorum patrum symbolis et variis annotationibus instruxit. fol. Monach. 1675.

Ein lijtil Psalma-og Visna-Book, af H. E. S. 12° Hoolum,

A new Version of the Psalms of David. By James Usher; Pt. 1. 12° Lond. 1827.

A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for the Use of St. Mary's, St. Giles's and Trinity Churches, Reading. 12° Reading, 1830. * Christian Psalmody, arranged [by J. E. Franks]. 12° Lond.


PTOLOMEUS (CLAUDIUS), Alexandrinus. Germania e cod. MS. qui Lutetiæ Parisiorum in Bibliotheca regia asservatur descripta; lectionis varietate adjecta. Edidit F. C. L. Sickler. 4° Castellum Cattorum. [1833.]

PUGILISTS. Observations on the training of Pugilists, Wrestlers, Jockies, and others, who give themselves up to athletic exercises. 8°.

PUGIN (AUGUSTUS). Gothic Ornaments selected from various Buildings in England and France. 4° Lond. 1831.

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