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WEBSTER (THOMAS). The Sacramental Week. 16° Lond. 1833. Suggestions and Conclusions on Church Reform.
8° Lond. 1834.
WEBSTER (W.). A Fast Sermon. 8° Lond. 1756.
WEEVER (JOHN). Ancient Funerall Monuments within the United Monarchie of Great Britaine, Ireland, and the Ilands adjacent. fol. Lond. 1631. [With MS. Notes.]
Neugriechisches Teutsch-Italiänisches Wörterbuch.
8° Leipz. 1796.
WEIGHT (GEORGE). A Sermon on the Death of the Rev. Rowland Hill, A.M., with an account of his last illness and death. 8° Lond. 1833.
WEIR (A.). The young Student's Preceptor. 12o Edinb. 1834. WEISKE (C. A.). Considérations historiques et diplomatiques sur les Ambassades des Romains comparées aux modernes. 8° Zwickau, 1834. WEISS (CAR. EDUARD). Corpus Juris Ecclesiastici Catholicorum hodierni
quod per Germaniam obtinet Academicum. 8° Gissæ, 1833. WEIZ (FRIEDRICH AUGUST). Das gelehrte Sachsen, oder Verzeichniss der in Sächsen und incorporirten Ländern jetztlebenden Schriftstellern. 8 Leipzig, 1780.
WELLESLEY (ARTHUR), Duke of Wellington. Some Observations on his General Orders in Portugal, Spain, and France, from 1809 to 1814. 8° Lond. 1834.
His Dispatches during his Campaigns, compiled by Lieut. Colonel Gurwood; Vol. 1, 11. 8° Lond. 1834.
WELLS (JOHN). A new and complete System of Short Hand. 12° Lond.
WELLS (SAMUEL). The History of the Drainage of the great Level of the Fens, called Bedford Level; with the constitution and laws of the Bedford Level Corporation; [2 Vol.] 8° Lond. 1830–28.
The Revenue and the Expenditure of the United Kingdom. 8° Lond. 1834. Presented by the Author. WELLWOOD (Sir H. MONCREIFF). A brief Account of the Constitution of the Established Church of Scotland. Edited by Sir James Wellwood Moncreiff, Bart. 8° Edinb. 1833.
WELSH (DAVID). Sermons on practical subjects. 8° Edinb. 1834.
Jugum Jeremiæ ex Prophetiæ ejus Cap. xxvii. 1" Lips. 1713.
WERLAUFF (E. c.). Historiske Efterretninger om det store kongelige Bibliothek i Kjöbenhavn. 8° Kjöbenh. 1825. Presented by the Commissioners of the Public Records.
WESSELINGIUS (PETRUS). Epistola ad H. Venemam de Aquila in Scriptis Philonis Jud. Fragmentis et Platonis Epistola XIII., &c. 8" Traj. ad Rhen. 1748.
WEST (RICHARD). The Court of Conscience or Dick Whippers Sessions. 4° Lond. G. Eld, 1607.
WESTCOTE (JOHN). An Account of John Westcote, late Porter to the Earl of Harrington. 8° Lond.
WESTENRIEDER (LAUR. DE). Glossarium Germanico-Latinum Vocum obsoletarum primi et medii ævi, inprimis Bavaricarum; Tom. I. fol. Monach. 1816.
WESTMINSTER. A Collection of Pieces, in prose and verse, written and published during the Westminster Election. 8° Lond. 1749.
History of the Westminster Election. 4° Lond. 1784. WESTMINSTER ABBEY. Comments of a Chorus Singer, at the Musical Festival, in Westminster Abbey. 1834. By Solomon Sackbut. 4o Lond.
WESTOBY (A.). Helps to Repentance; six lectures. 12° Lond. 1834. * WESTON (EDWARD). A Letter to the Bishop of London. With the Country Gentleman's advice to his neighbours. 8° Lond. 1756. WETENHALL (EDWARD), Bp. of Kilmore. A plain Discourse proving the Divine Authority of the Holy Scriptures. 8° Lond. 1688.
WETHERELL (Sir CHARLES). Substance of his Speech before the Lords of the Privy Council, on incorporating the London University. 8° Lond.
WHALLEY (FETER). A Vindication of the Evidences and Authenticity of the Gospels, from the objections of the late Lord Bolingbroke, in his Letters on the Study of History. 8° Lond. 1753.
WHARTON (GEORGE). Select and choice Poems collected out of his Labours. 8° Lond. 1661.
Whartons Dreame. Conteyninge an invective agaynst certaine abhominable caterpillers as userers, extorcioners, leasmongers and such others. 4° Lond. Iohn Charlewod, 1578. [Lit. Goth.]
WHARTON (THOMAS), Marquis of Wharton. The Character of his Ex. T. E. of W. L. L. of I—. 8° Lond. 1711.
WHATELY (RICHARD), Abp. of Dublin. Speech on a Bill for the removal of certain Disabilities from his Majesty's subjects of the Jewish persuasion. Also, a Petition to the House of Lords from the clergy of Kildare, relative to Church Reform, with observations made on presenting it. 8° Lond. 1833.
WHATELY (RICHARD), Abp. of Dublin. Remarks on Transportation, in a second Letter to Earl Grey. 8° Lond. 1834.
WHETSTONE (GEORGE). Metrical Life of George Gascoigne, the Poet. 4° Bristol, 1815.
WHEWELL (WILLIAM). Remarks on some parts of Mr. Thirlwall's Letter on the Admission of Dissenters to academical Degrees. 8° Cambr. 1834.
Additional Remarks. 8° Cambr. 1834.
WHIFFIN (RICHARD). Job, a dramatic poem. 8° Lond. 1834.
The Character of an Independent Whig. 8° Lond. 1720.
Considerations upon the approaching Peace; and upon the importance of Gibraltar to the British Empire, being the second part of the Independent Whig. 8° Lond. 1720.
A Letter to the Whigs. Occasion'd by the Letter to the Tories. 8° Lond. 1748.
A second and third Letter to the Whigs. 8° Lond. 1748. WHISHAW (FRANCIS). General Plan of that part of the City of London which was destroyed by the great Fire of 1666, shewing also, the present state thereof. fol. Lond. [Chart.] Presented by the Author.
General Plan and Elevation of the projected Viaduct from the North End of Fetter Lane to the Old Bailey, shewing also, the proposed improvement of Farringdon Market. Lond. [Chart.] Presented by the Author.
Map of the whole Manor and Parish of Hendon in the County of Middlesex. Lond. Presented by the Author. Pt. 1. Book of Reference to the Map.
4° Lond. 1828. Presented by the Author.
Report of two proposed Lines of Railway, between Perran Porth and Truro, in the County of Cornwall. By Francis Whishaw and Richard Thomas. 8° Lond. 1831. Presented by Mr. Francis Whishaw.
Report of the proposed Line of Railway, from Perran Porth to Truro, by Perran Alms'-House. By Messrs. Whishaw and Thomas. 8° Truro, 1831. Presented by Mr. Francis Whishaw.
WHISTON (WILLIAM). Letter of Thanks to the Bishop of London, for his late Letter to his Clergy against the use of the new forms of Doxology, &c. 8° Lond. 1719.
A Defense of the Bishop of London; in answer to Mr. Whiston's Letter of Thanks to his Lordship. With a vindication of Dr. Sacheverell's endeavour to turn Mr. Whiston out of the Church. 8° Lond. 1719.
His Account of the exact Time when miraculous Gifts ceas'd in the Church. Taken out of his "Authentick Records." With Observations upon Dr. Middleton's Free Inquiry into that matter. 8° Lond. 1749.
WHITAKER (JOHN). The History of Manchester; 2 Vol. 4" Lond. 1775. [With MS. notes by Joseph Ritson.] Bequeathed by Francis Douce, Esq.
The ancient History of Cornwall, historically surveyed; 2 Vol. 4° Lond. 1804. [With MS. notes by Joseph Ritson.] Bequeathed by Francis Douce, Esq.
WHITE (HUGH). Twenty Sermons. 8° Dubl. 1834.
WHITE (JAMES). Church and School; a dialogue in verse. 8° Lond.
WHITE (JOHN MEADOWS). Remarks on the Poor Law Amendment Act, as it affects Unions, or Parishes, under the government of Guardians, or select Vestries. 8° Lond. 1834.
WHITE (JOSEPH BLANCO). The Law of anti-religious Libel reconsidered. 8° Dubl. 1834.
WHITE (TRISTRAM). The Martyrdome of Saint George of Cappadocia. 4° Lond. 1614.
WHITEFIELD (GEORGE). A Letter to him, occasion'd by his pretended Answer to the first part of the Observations on the conduct of the Methodists. By a Gentleman of Pembroke College, Oxon. Lond.
A short Address to Persons of all Denominations, occasioned by the Alarm of an intended Invasion. 8° Lond. 1756. WHITEHEAD (C.). Lives and Exploits of English Highwaymen, Pirates, and Robbers; 2 Vol. 8° Lond. 1834.
WHITROWE (JANE), Widow. Her humble Address to King William. 4o
Humble Thanksgiving for the King's safe
return. 4° Lond. 1694. WHITTEMORE (THOMAS). Notes and Illustrations of the Parables of the New Testament. 8° Boston, U.S., 1834.
WHITTLE (P.). Marina; or, an account of Southport, Lytham, and Blackpool. 8° Preston, 1831.
WHYLEY (G. E.). A Sermon, for the Societies for Promoting Christian Knowledge, and for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. 8° Lond. 1834.
WHYTE (ALEXANDER). The Duty of Prayer illustrated and recommended. With Forms of Prayer. 12° Edinb. 1834.
WIDOW of the Wood. 8° Lond. 1755.
WIEDMANN (C. R. w.). Aussereuropäische zweiflügelige Insekten. Als
Nieuwe Tijdinghe wt Weenen. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.
Tijdinghe wt Weenen ende Praghe. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.
Verhael hoe de Ambassadeurs van Spagnien, Vranck-rijck ende Italien ghearriveert zijn tot Weenen. 4o Antwerpen, 1620.
Verhael van Weenen. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.
Verhael van t'ghene nu tot Weenen ende Praghe ghepasseert is. 4° Antwerpen, 1620.
Verhael van t'gene nu tot Weenen ghepasseert is. 4° Antwerpen,
WIGGERS (JULIUS). De Cornelii Nepotis Alcibiade Quæstiones critica et historicæ. 8° Lipsia, 1833.
WIGHT (ROBERT). Contributions to the Botany of India. 8° Lond.
WIGHT (ROBERT) and ARNOTT (G. A. WALKER). Prodromus Flora Peninsulæ India Orientalis: containing abridged descriptions of the plants found in the peninsula of British India; Vol. 1. 8° Lond. 1834. # WIKSTROM (JOH. EM.). Conspectus Litteraturæ Botanica in Suecia ab antiquissimis temporibus usque ad finem anni 1831. Notis bibliographicis et biographicis auctorum adjectis. 8° Holmiæ, 1831. WILBERFORCE (SAMUEL). A Visitation Sermon. 8° Lond. 1833. WILBERFORCE (WILLIAM). A practical View of the prevailing religious System of professed Christians. With a memoir by the Rev. Thomas Price. 12° Lond. 1834.
Family Prayers; edited by his son Robert Isaac Wilberforce, M.A. 8° Lond. 1834. WILCKE (W. F.). Geschichte des Tempelherrenordens; 2 Band. 8°
Leipz. 1826, 7.
WILCOCKE (S. H.). A Dictionary of the English and Dutch Languages. 12° Lond. 1811.
WILCOCKS (T.). Flora Poetica; or, Poetry on Flowers; selected and arranged. 12° Lond. 1834.