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in May 1820, 731. 10s. Sotheby's in Dec. 1822, 931 9s. Combe, 4462, morocco, 984. Marlborough Garland, a real Anecdote from common Life. 1795. 4to.

White Knights, 2713, 7s.
MARLIN see Merlin.
MARLORAT, Augustin. Prophe-
ticæ et Apostolicæ, id est, totius

Tamburlaine the Great. The first Part of the two tragicall Discourses, as they were sundrie Times most stately shewed upon Stages in the Citie of London. Printed by

Richard Jhones, 1590. 8vo. The two Parts.


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The Tragedie of Dido Queene of Charthage. Written by Christopher Marlowe and Thomas Nash. London by the Widowe Orwin, for Thomas Woodcocke, 1594. 4to. Steevens, 1248, 177. resold Roxburghe, 5400, 177. 17s.

This work hath the approbation of Abp. Parker, and the Queen's privilege. The works of this eminent protestant divine, who is classed among the reformers of the church, are now in little estimation.

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George Robinson, Esq.). London, 1826. crown 8vo. 3 vols.

'Kit Marlowe is beyond comparison the finest of the neglected dramatists.'-Hibbert, 5096, 11. 9s.

MARLOWE, Christopher. Works of Christopher Marlowe (edited by

The troublesome Raigne and lamentable Death of Edward the Second King of England: &c. As it was publickly acted by the Earle of Pembroke his Servauntes. Written by Cri. Marlow, Gent. London by Richard Bradocke for William Jones, 1598. 4to. A copy is in the British Museum. 1612, 1622. 4to. Rhodes, 1614, 19s. Roxburghe, 5402, 17. 6s.


The tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus. London, 1604. 4to. 1616. 4to. black letter. - 1619. 4to. Inglis' old Plays, 60, 21. 14s. In the title-page is a wood-cut of Mephostophilus (played by Edward Alleyn) in his dramatic costume.-With new Additions. By Ch. Mar. London, 1624. 4to. A-H 3, in fours, black letter. 1631. 4to. Roxburghe, 5401, 17. 16s.-Printed with new Additions, with several new Scenes, together with the Actors Names. London, 1663. 4to. with a frontispiece. Hibbert, 5192, 10s. Rhodes, 1616, 27. 16s.

Hero and Leander, begunne by Christopher Marloe and finished by George Chapman. London, 1606. 4to. pp. 96. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 400, 97. 98. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 487, 157. - 1609. 4to. Reed, 6976, 17s. 1629. Steevens, 955, 4s. 6d. 1637. 4to. pp. 80. Hibbert, 5191, 27. 18s. Inglis, 958, with plates by Faithorne inserted, morocco, 31. 13s. 6d. Bibl. AngloPoet. 488, 41. 4s.-The part completed by Marlowe was published in 1598. 4to. This edition has no divisions or arguments, as afterwards when printed in 1600.

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The famous Tragedy of the rich Jew of Malta. Written by Christopher Marlo. Boswell, 1968, 10s. 6d. Roxburghe, 5403, London, 1633. 4to. Field, 291, 10s. 6d. 15s. Bindley, pt. iii. 524, 16s. Rhodes, 1615, 14. 1s.-With a preface by W. Shone. London, 1810. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

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The Massacre at Paris, with the Death of the Duke of Guise. London by E. A. for Edward White. 8vo. A-D 6, in eights,

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Epigrammes and Elegies by J. D. and C. M. See DAVIES, John.


Mar-martin see MARTIN MAR- bert Burby, 1595. 4to.

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Cupid & Psyche,
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Marmor Norfolciense. See JOHNSON, Samuel, LL. D.

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A Treatise concerning the Marriage Bed. 1727. See DEFоE, Daniel.

MARRIOT, John. The great Eater of Grayes-Inne, or the Life of Mr.

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720, 21. 11s.

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A Letter to Mr. Marriot, from a Friend of his: wherein his Name is redeemed from that Detraction G. F. Gent. hath indeavoured to fasten upon him, by a scandalous and defamatory Libeli, intituled The great Eater of Grayes Inne, or, the Life of Marriot the Cormorant, &c. Lond. 1652. 4to. Four leaves including a wood cut, representing G. F. Gent. asking pardon of Marriot, under

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The Diversions of Mars and Venus, consisting of several Love Stories, as told by little Cupid to divert Venus his Mother, being chiefly real Intrigues, with some modern Amours of Greenwich Parke, Tunbridge, Bath, &c. 1710. 12mo. With woodcut frontispiece.

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A Catalogue of Dictionaries, Vocabularies, Grammars and Alphabets. In two Parts. London, 1796. 4:0. pp. 154, with title, &c.

A Dictionary of the Malayan Language; in two Parts; Malayan and English and English and Malayan. London, 1812. 4to.

21. 2s.

A Grammar of the Malayan Language, with an Introduction and Praxis. London, 1812. 4to.

Numismata Orientalia illustrata. Pars I.

Lond. 1823. 4to. Brockett, 2048, 21. 8s.

Several curious treatises by Marsden will be found in the Philosophical Transactions.

MARSH, H. A new Survey of the Turkish Empire and Government. Lond. 1663.

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History of the Politics of Great Britain and France, from the Time of the Conference at Pillnitz to the Declaration of War against Great Britain. With an Appendix and Postscript. London, 1800. 8vo. 2 vols.

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An Examination into the Conduct of the British Ministry relative to the late Proposal of Buonaparte. 1800. 8vo.

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A Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of our three first canonical Gospels. Cambridge, 1801. 8vo. 5s.

Letters to the anonymous Author of Remarks on Michaelis and his Commentator. 1802. 8vo.

LXXXIII Questions to Candidates for holy Orders, with illustrative Replies in the Form of Essays. Lond. 1821. 8vo. 6s.

Lectures on the Criticism and Interpretation of the Bible, with two preliminary Lectures: to which are now added two Lectures on the History of biblical Interpretation.

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The national Religion the Foundation of national Education; a Sermon preached at

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The Illustration of the Hypothesis proposed in the Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of our three first canonical Gospels; with a Preface and Appendix. Lond. 1803. 8vo. 4s.

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A Sermon preached before the University of Cambridge. 1813. 4to.

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MARSHAL, Rev. Ebenezer. The History of the Union of Scotland and England, stating the Circumstances which brought that Event forward to a Conclusion, and the Advantages resulting from it to the Scots. Edinb. 1794. 8vo. 5s.

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Joseph. Travels through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Russia, the Ukraine, and Poland, in the Years 1768-70. London, 1772. 8vo. 3 vols.

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Fonthill, 2043, 19s. MARSHALL, Charles. A plain and easy Introduction to the Know

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practical Treatise.' London, 1796. 8vo. 2


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