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KER, John. Selectarum de Lingua Latina Observationum Libri duo. Londini, 1709. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s.
Castrations of Ker's Memoirs, taken from the original MSS. 1727. Nassau, pt. ii. 1478, 5s.
KERALIO, Mlle. de. Histoire d' Elisabeth, Reine d'Angleterre. Paris, 1786. 8vo. 5 vols. 15s.
KERR, Robert. A general History and Collection of Voyages and Travels arranged in systematic Order. London, 1811-17. 8vo. 18 vols.
A valuable work.
The History of Scotland, during the
folio. 2 vols.
With portrait by Faithorne. An ample and complete work, according to Hutton. Gordonstoun, 1335, 18s.
An English Dictionary. 8vo. 5s.. Best edition.
KERSHAW, James. An Essay on the principal Parts of the Book of Revelations. Stockton, 1780. 8vo. 2 vols.
KETHE, William. A Sermon made at Blandford Forum, in the Countie of Dorset, on Wensday the 17 of Ianuarij last past at the Session holden there, by William Kethe, Minister and Preacher of God's Word. London, by John Daye, 1571. 8vo.
Contains 23 leaves, besides dedication to 'Lord Ambrose, Earle of Warwicke, Baron Lisle.' Inglis, 844, 6s.
William Keth his Seeing Glasse, sent to
the Nobles and Gentlemen in England. 32mo. From Maunsell's catalogue, p. 64.
A Ballet, declaringe the Fal of the Whore
— John, of Kersland. Memoirs and secret Negociations of John Ker of Kersland. In three Parts. London, 1726. 8vo. Roxburghe, 8527, 19s. Bishop of Ely, of Babylone, intytuled, Tye thy Mare Tom 574, 7s. boye. 8vo. See Towneley, pt. i. 358. Ames' Typog. Antiq. by Herbert, iii. 563. Warton's History of English Poetry. Ritson's Bibliographia Poetica.
Of Misrules contending, with
-Finis. Quod Wyllym Kethe. London by
KETT, Fr. M.D. The glorious and beautifull Garland of Mans Glorification. London, 1585. 4to.
Q, in fours, dedicated to Q. Elizabeth.
Fronting the title-page are the Queen's
prouing the Pope to be the Beast in the 13
Reuelat. and to be the Man exalted in the
-Henry. Elements of general Knowledge, introductory to useful Books in the principal Branches of Literature and Science; with Lists of the most approved Authors; including the best Editions of the Classics. London. 8vo. 2 vols.
A very useful work, designed chiefly for the junior students in the universities, and the higher classes in schools. Oxford, 1802. 8vo. 2 vols. Hibbert, 4414, 7s. - London, 1806. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1809. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1815. 8vo. 2 vols.
A short Account of certain notable Discoveries in History, Science and Philosophy, contained in a recent Work, entitled Elements of general Knowledge,' &c. By Phileleutheros Orielensis. (J. Davison, M.A.). In
Oxford, 1803-4. 8vo. Juvenile Poems. Oxford, 1793. 8vo. volume was suppressed by the author. bert, 4413, 4s.
History the Interpreter of Prophecy; or, a View of Scriptural Prophecies and their Accomplishment in the past and present Occurrences of the World; with Conjectures respecting their future Completion. Oxford, 1799. 12mo. 3 vols. A very interesting work, written with great elegance and judgment, and which I recommend to all who
are desirous of becoming acquainted with the
prophecies of the old and new Testaments, especially those which relate to the present times.'-Bishop Tomline.
Sermons preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, in the Year 1790, at the Lecture founded by the late Rev. John Bampton, M.A. Canon of Salisbury. Oxford, 1791. 8vo. These sermons, says Simpson, in his Plea for Religion, invalidate the sophistry of Gibbon.
The Flowers of Wit, or a choice Collection of Bon Mots, both ancient and modern, with biographical and critical Remarks. London, 1814. 12mo. 2 vols.
Logic made easy, or a short View of Aristotle's Method of Reasoning, and its Application to Literature, Science, and the general Improvement of the Mind. 1809. 12mo. 3s. 6d.
KETTLEWELL, John. Works, with Life by Dr. Hickes. London, 1719. folio. 2 vols.
With portrait by G. Vertue. Williams, 1175, 22. 10s.
Memoirs of the Life of Mr. John Kettlewell; conpiled from the Collections of Dr. George Hickes and Robert Nelson, Esq. (by Dr. Francis Lee). With several original Papers. London, 1718. 8vo. 3s. 6d. Prefixed is a portrait of Kettlewell by Vandergucht. KEY See KAY.
KEYMIS, Lawrence. A Relation of the second Voyage to Guiana. London, 1596. 4to. 31. 3s.
Jadis, 246, morocco, 41. A copy is in the British Museum. This voyage is remitted into the third volume of Hakluyt's collection, and was also translated into Latin by Gotard Artus of Dantzick, and printed at Frankfort, 1599. folio. &c. See Wood's Athen. Oxon.
mia, Switzerland, Italy and Lorrain. London, 1756-7. 4to. 4 vols.
This work, though heavy, is interesting from the picture it exhibits of Germany, &c. in the middle of the 18th century. The author's judgment on antiquities has been questioned. Heath, 2461, 21. 2s. Reed, 4429, 17. 8s. Edwards, 508, 17. 5s. Willett, 1307, 31. 13s. 6d. London, 1758. 12mo. 4 vols. In this 12mo. edition the language is some
what improved, and the notes are omitted.
-1760. 8vo. 4 vols. Garrick, 1228, 8s.
KEYWORTH, Thomas. Principia. Hebraica. To which is prefixed a concise Hebrew Grammar. By Thomas) K(eyworth) and D(avid) Jones). London, 1817. 8vo. A very useful work.
KEYS, John. The antient BeeMaster's Farewell. Lond. 1796. 8vo. Edwards, 749, 5s.
KEYSLER, John George. Travels through Germany, Hungary, Bohe
The analytical Part of Principia Hebraica, by Thomas Keyworth. London, 1825. 8vo. A much improved portion of the Principia Hebraica.
KID See KYD.
KIDD, John, M.D. Outlines of Mineralogy. Oxford, 1809. 8vo. 2 vols.
An excellent work, founded on the method of Hauy, with remarks on other systems.
dence in Support of a Theory of the Earth. A geological Essay on the imperfect EviOxford, 1815. 8vo. 9s.
KIDDER, Richard, Bishop of Bath and Wells. A Commentary on the five Books of Moses; with a Dissertation concerning the Author or Writer of the said Books, and a general Argument to each. London, 1694. 8vo. 2 vols.
Chiefly intended for families and unlearned persons.
Convivium cœleste. A plain and familiar Discourse concerning the Lord's Supper. London, 1684. 8vo. Williams, 1047, morocco, 12s. A former edition. London, 1674. 8vo. Reflections on a French Testament printed at Bordeaux, A.D. 1686. London, 1690. 4to.
A Demonstration of the Messias: in which the Truth of the Christian Religion is proved against all the Enemies thereof; but especially the Jews. London, 1715. 8vo. 3 vols. A very able work, partly delivered at the -1726. folio. 18s. Boyle Lecture. PAPER. Williams, 1176, 27. 13s. Critical Remarks on some difficult Pas
sages of Scripture. London, 1725. 8vo. Many of the observations relate to Castalio's translation of the Scriptures, the defects of which the Bishop points out.
This learned prelate published several books
against popery during the reign of King James II. and other works.
KIDGELL, J. Original Fables, in French and English. Lond. 1763. 12mo. 2 vols.
KILBURNE, Richard. A Topographie, or Survey of the County of Kent. London. 1659. 4to.
With a mezzotint portrait by Is. Becket, from a picture by herself. Bindley, pt. ii.
2345, 17. 1s. Hibbert, 4360, 5s. LARGE With cuts. PAPER. Never published. The portrait is different from that 7084, 7s. 6d. Hibbert, 4416, 9s. White in the small paper copies. Steevens, 935, Knights, 2249, morocco, 14. Nassau, pt. i. morocco, 15s. 1842, 1L 11s. Williams, 693, date 1764, 31.
KIFFIN, W. The Life and approaching Death of W. Kiffin. London, 1659. 4to.
A modern and superficial work.'-Bp. Kennet. Dent, pt. ii. 571, morocco, 17. 8s. Willett, 1308, russia, 17. 7s. White Knights, 2306, 1. 5s. Heath, 4655, 17. 1s. Nassau, pt. i. 2349, 12, 6s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 215, 1L 1s. Collation-Title, one leaf; dedication, 4 pages; contents, 2 pages; the topographie, 422 pages; table and errata, 12 pages. Prefixed is a portrait of Kilburne by T. Cross.
Kilkenny. The private Theatre of Kilkenny, with introductory Observations on other private Theatres in Ireland, before it was opened.
Pp. 134, with portraits of Grattan, Thomas Moore, Mr. Jas. Corry, Mr. Rich. Power, &c. See Edinb. Review, xlvi. 368-90.
Anne Killigrew. London, 1686. 4to.
Killala.-A Narrative of what passed at Killala in the County of Mayo, and the Parts adjacent during the French Invasion in 1798. By an Eyewitness. London, 1800. 8vo.
William. Dangerous Errors in several late printed Bibles, to the great Scandal and Corruption of sacred and true Religion.gedies. London, 1664. folio. Finsbury, 1659. 8vo.
With portrait of Killigrew, with a dog, by
This very curious tract points out nu
-Dublin, 1800. Fonthill, 2587, 11s. Killarney.-A Description of Killarney. 1776. 4to. 4s.
Fonthill, 861, 148.
Henry, D. D. The Conspiracy, a Tragedy, intended for the Nuptials of the Lord Herbert and Lady Villiers. London, 1638. 4to.
Published without the author's consent burghe, 5248, 3s. 6d. Rhodes, 1473, 75. from a false and imperfect transcript. RoxGarrick, 511, 8s. 6d. Inglis' old Plays, 57, 14s. The author's own edition was afterwards published under the title of 'Pallantus and Eudora.' London, 1653. folio. Rhodes, 2682, 4s.
Sermons (22) preached partly before his Majesty at Whitehall, and partly before Anne Duchess of York, at the Chapel of S. James's. Lond. 1685. 4to.
Twenty-five Sermons, preached before the King. London, 1695. 4to. 5s. Published by Bp. Patrick.
Thomas. Comedies and Tra
possessing of several Nuns in the Nunnery at
The Prisoners and Claricilla, two TragiComedies. London, 1641. 12mo. Nassau, pt. i. 1843, 3s. Reed, 8154, 4s. Rhodes, 1474, 6s. 6d.
Sir William. Four new Plays. The Siege of Urbin. Selindra. Love and Friendship. Pandora. Oxford, 1666. folio.
Reed, 8660, 4s. 6d. Rhodes, 2684 and 2686, 5s.
Pandora, a Comedy. London, 1664. 8vo. Nassau, pt. i. 1845, 3s.
Three Playes written by Sir W. K. ViceChamberlain to her Majesty the Queen Consort, 1664; viz. Selindra, Pandora and Ormasdes. London, 1665. 8vo. Roxburghe, 3909, 8s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1109, 17. 10s. Nassau, pt. i. 1844, 4s. Rhodes, 1475, 10s. London, 1684. 12mo.
The imperial Tragedy. London, 1669. 1684. folio.
KILLIGREW, Anne. Poems, by Mrs. folio. Rhodes, 2685, 5s. 6d.
An Account of the Behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock. By James Foster, D. D. London, 1746. 8vo.
A Review of Mr. James Foster's Account of the Behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock. London, 1746. 8vo.
The Westminster Scholar corrected, or a Defence of Mr. Foster's Account of the Behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock. London. 8vo.
A Vindication of the Rev. Mr. Foster's Account of the late Earl of Kilmarnock from the Misrepresentations of some dissenting Teachers. London, 1746. Svo.
The whole Proceedings in the House of Peers upon the Indictments against Wm. Earl of Kilmarnock, George Earl of Cromertie, and Arthur Lord Balmerino, for High Trea
son in levying War against his Majesty. London, 1746. folio.
By Authority of the Sheriffs. An Account of the Behaviour of William late Earl of Kilmarnock, and Arthur late Lord Balmerino, from the Time of their being delivered into the Custody of the Sheriffs of London to the Time of their Execution. London, 1746. folio.
Memoirs of the Lives and Families of the Lords Kilmarnock, Cromartie and Balmerino. 1746. 8vo.
Case relating to the Property of William
late Earl of Kilmarnock. 1751. folio.
Account of the Lords Kilmarnock and Balmerino. By R. Moore. London. 8vo. See KILNER, Rev. Joseph. Cambridge.
KIMBER, Edward. The Baronetage of England; also a List of all
the Baronets who have been advanced to that Dignity, from the first Institution thereof. To which is added, an Account of such NovaScotia Baronets as are of English Families; and a Dictionary_of_Heraldy. By E. Kimber and R. Johnson. London, 1771. 8vo. 3 vols. With plates of arms. Towneley, pt. ii. Hibbert, 560, 8s. Edwards, 588, 16s. 4418, 17. 6s.
The Peerages of England, of Scotland, and of Ireland. London, 1766, 7, 8. 12mo. A second edition of that of
3 vols. 7s. 6d.
KINASTON, Sir Francis. Leoline and Sydanis, an heroick Romance of the Adventures of amourous Princes together with sundry affectionate Addresses to his Mistresse under the Name of Cynthia. By Sir F. K. London, 1642. 4to.
'This romance contains much of the fabulous history of Mona, Wales and Ireland, and (bating that it is now and then a little obscene), is poetical enough.'-Peck. Reed, 6963, 17. 5s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 216, 17. 11s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 2352, 1. 16s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2546, date 1641, 67. 12s. 6d. Collation.-Pp. 152, with titles printed and engraved; to the reader, 2 pages; and the imprimatur, one leaf.
This Daniel King, who was a pitiful pretender to antiquities, was a most ignorant, silly fellow (as Sir William Dugdale hath informed me by letters), an errant knave, and not able to write one word of true English.'Ant. à Wood. Brockett, 1829, 37. 4s. Hibbert, 4588, russia, 57. 10s. Dent, pt.ii. 318, with some additional plates, morocco, 5l. 18s. North, pt. ii. 1055, russia, 6l. 16s. 6d. Marquis of Townshend, 1931, russia, 137. 13s. Heath, 4607, russia, 182 18s. Willett, 1362,
morocco, 31Z 10s. Collation.-Title, one leaf; dedication to Sir Orlando Bridgman, 2 pages; letter from John King, with commendatory verses, 2 pages; letter by Thomas Brown, 2 pages; to the reader, 1 page; the Vale-royall, 99 pages; a table, 5 pages; the Vale-royall, 239 pages; table, 10 pages; Chronicon Cestrense, 2 pages; the Valeroyall, pp. 3-55; title-page, 'A short Treatise of the Isle of Man' one leaf; dedication to Thomas Lord Fairfax, 3 pages; the Island described, pp. 1-32; addenda, &c. 2 pages. Plates in Part I. 1. An engraved title-page. 2. Map of the County. p. 1. 3. Chester. p. 37. 4. Beeston Castle, and Hamilton Towne and Castle. p. 97. 5. Eleven plates of arms. Part II. 6. The ground plot of St. Werburgh's Church. on p. 26. 7. Cestrensis Ecclesiæ S. Werburgæ facies australs. p. 27. 8. Crew Hall. on p. 75. 9. Ruines of Birket-wood Abbey. on p. 122. 10. Hugh Lupus, Earle of Chester. p. 130. 11. Map of the Isle of Man. p. 1. 12. Balisaly Abby, &c. p. 5. 13. Four shields of arms. on p. 12. 14. Castell Rushen &c. p. 31. Some few copies are dedicated to Baron Kimberton, who died previous to the publication in 1656. An analysis of the work will be found in Oldys' British Librarian, 229-38. Chester, 1778. 8vo. 2 vols.
A Way to Sion. Lond. 1649. 4to. Edward. Justa Edovardo morenti
naufrago ab Amicis bus Amoris et μvéias xápiv. Cantab. apud Tho. Buck et Roger. Daniel. 1638. 4to.
nineteen Latin, and thirteen English, poems, In this volume, consisting of three Greek, by various writers, on the death of Mr. Edward King, fellow of Christ's college, Milton's Lycidas first appeared. Prefixed is a Prose inscriptive panegyrick on Mr. King, which Mr. T. Warton suspects to have been composed either by Milton or Henry More. Steevens, 974, 17. 14s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2320, 21. Reed, 7001, 24. 16s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 514, morocco, 31. 6s.
Edward, Archb. of Tuam. De Religionis Christianæ Fundamenta
tibus. 1728. 8vo.
- Edward. Munimenta Antiqua ; or, Observations on ancient Castles, including Remarks on the whole Progress of Architecture, ecclesiastical as well as military, in Great Britain; and on the corresponding Changes in Manners, Laws and Customs. Lond. 1799-1805. folio. 4 vols.
Dent, pt. ii. 319, 137. 13s. Marquis of Townshend, 1932, 147. Fonthill, 1125, 147. 14s. Hibbert, 4590, russia, 197. North, pt. ii. 1054, russia, 197. 19s. Nassau, pt. i. 2185, 20. 10s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1674, russia, 25l. 4s.