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The Scovrge of Villanie. Three Bookes To sig. of Satyres. London, 1598. 16mo. I 3. London, 1599. 16mo. pp. 120. The tenth satire is not included in the former edition. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 466, 51. 10s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1801, 87. 10s. - 1764. 12mo. Reprinted in 'Miscellaneous Pieces of ancient English Poesie,' edited by the Rev. John Bowle.
The Metamorphosis of Pigmalion's Image, and certaine Satyres. London, 1598. 16mo. It is dedicated To the Worlds mightie Monarch Good Opinion' by W. K(insayder), Perry, pt. ii. Marston's nom de guerre. 698, with the Scovige of Villanie, 1598. 87. 10s. 6d. 1619. &c. See Alcilia.
1764. 12mo. In Miscellaneous Pieces of aucient English Poesie,' edited by the Rev. John Bowle.
Antonio and Mellida.
London, 1602. 4to. Hibbert, 5199, 12. Roxburghe, 53, 17. 11s. 6d. Reprinted in the second volume of 'old Plays' edited by Dilk. 1816.
Antonio's Revenge. The second Part. London, 1602. 4to. Inglis' old Plays, 64, Roxburghe, 5414, 17. 11s. 6d. Rhodes, 1625, with Antonio and Mellida, 21. 5s.
The Malcontent. London, 1604. 4to. Roxburghe, 5417, 17. 10s. Rhodes, 1629, 17. 19s. Augmented by Marston, with the Additions, played by the King's Servants, written by Ihon Webster. London, 1604. Marston's 4to. Rhodes, 1627, 27. 10s. Malcontent is reprinted in Dodsley's Col
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Eastward Hoe, by G. Chapman, B. Jonson, Two and I. Marston. London, 1605, 4to. editions the same year. See CHAPMAN, Geo. JONSON, Ben. It is reprinted in Dodsley's
collection. It was revived by Tate in 1685, as the Cuckold's Haven: or, an Alderman no Conjurer.' Again, in 1752, as Eastward Hoe; or, the Prentices:' and again, 1775, by Mrs. Lennox, as Old City Manners.'
The Dutch Courtezan, a Comedy. Lond. bert, 5200, 17. 4s. Inglis' old Plays, 65, 1605. 4to. Roxburghe, 5415, 16s. Hib17. 10s. Rhodes, 1628, 17. 15s. Revived in 1680, under the title of The Revenge, or, a Match in Newgate,' and again, about 1746, as The Vintner tricked.'
Parasitaster or the Fawn, a Comedy, London, 1606. 4to. Roxburghe, 5418, 17. 5s. - Corrected of many Faults, which by Reason of the Author's Absence were let
slip in the first Edition. London, 1606. 4to. Rhodes, 1629, 17. 13s. Inglis' old Plays, 66, 11. 18s. The Parisitaster is reprinted in old Plays' edited by Dilk.
The Wonder of Women, or the Trajedie of Sophonisba, as it hath beene sundry Times acted at the Blacke Friers. Lond. 1606. 4to. A-G 3, in fours. Mr. Gifford observes, It is not very probable that Mr. M. G. Lewis ever looked into Marston; yet some of the most loathsome parts of the Monk are to be found in this detestable play.
What you will. London, 1607. 4to. Hibbert, 6201, 7s. 6d. Rhodes, 1631, 17. 5s. Roxburghe, 5419, 1. 14s. Reprinted in 'old Plays' edited by Dilk.
The insatiate Countesse, a Tragedy. London, 1613. 4to. Rhodes, 1632, 13s. 1616. 4to. Inglis' old Plays, 67, 17. 18s. 1631. 4to. Boswell, 1967, 5s. Rhodes, 1633, 11s. Roxburghe, 5416, 17. 1s. Bindley, pt. iii. 526, 1. 11s.
Six Tragedies and Comedies. London, 1633. 12mo. This volume contains Antonio and Mellida, Antonio's Revenge, The Dutch Courtezan, Parisitaster, Wonder of Women, and What you will. Two editions appeared in this year. Roxburghe, 3892, 1. 1s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1967, 27. 16s. Jadis, 38, morocco, 14. 19s. Lloyd, 840, 1. 3s. Bishop of Ely, 1308, 1. 16s. White Knights, 2633, 1. 13s. 2634, 1. 11s. Nassau, pt. i. 2199, 27. 10s.
A Sermon preached at St. Margarett's in Westminster, Feb. 1642. 4to. Probably by a different author. See Collier's Poet. Decam. i. 269.
Elegiacall Poem on the Death of Lord Grey of Wilton. 1822. 4to. Presented to the members of the Roxburghe Club by Lord Morpeth. Dent, pt. ii. 1223, 17. 5s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. 1642, 61. 63.
The new Metamorphosis or a Feaste of Fancie, or Poetical Legendes. 1600. 4to. MS.
See Brathwait's Barnabee's Journal. 1820. i. 96.
MARTENS, G. F. von. Compendium of the Law of Nations, with a List of all the Treatises, Conventions, Translated and the &c. 1731-88. Treaties brought down to 1802, by W. Cobbett. Lond. 1802. 8vo. 6s.
MARTIAL, M. V. Epigrammata.
Spectacle presented to their Majesties of Great Britain and Denmark in 1606. 4to. MS. in the British Museum. Printed in the second number of the 'The Crypt.'
The Lorde and Lady of Huntingdon's Entertainment of their right Noble Mother Alice Countesse Dowager of Darby, the firste Nighte of her Honor's arrivall at the House of Ashby. MS. Published in part in Nichols' History of Leicestershire, the Pro-monis Stephani et Christophori Meredith, 1633. 12mo. 2s. 6d. On VELLUM. A copy gresses of King James I. and in Todd's edition of Milton's poetical Works. is in Earl Spencer's library. 1655, 1673, 1677.
Martialis Epigrammata, a Th. Farnabio.
Notices of Marston and his writings will be found in Wood's Athen. Oxon. by Dr. Bliss, i. 763-5, iv. 586-7, Warton's History of English Poetry, 8vo. iv. 384, &c. Ritson's Bibl Poet. 277-8, the Retrospective Re-printed 1670 and 1689. view, vi. 113-32, and in the second volume of C. Lamb's Works.
Martialis Epigrammata, a Ric. Busbeio, D.D. Lond. 1661. 12mo. 2s. 6d. In this edition the obscenities are expunged. Re
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Martialis Epigrammata (edente M. Maittaire). Lond. 1716. 12mo. 3s. A neat and correct edition, with a valuable index. LARGE PAPER. Heath, 3110, 17. Hibbert, 5111, with ms. notes, &c. by Tunstall, morocco, 21. 2s. Stanley, 196, morocco, 21. 6s. Dent, pt. i. 516, morocco by Roger Payne, 31.
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M. Val. Martialis Epigrammata in XII Libros digesta; ut uni sic omnibus Poetis facem præferente Jacobo Elphinstonio. Londini, 1783. 8vo. with a frontispiece by Bartolozzi. Hibbert, 5110, 3s. Dent, pt. i. 1389, 3s. 6d. Bindley, pt. ii. 1748, 5s. 6d. M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammata ex optimarum Editionum Collatione concinnata. 1816.
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Ex Otio Negotium: or, Martiall his Epigrams translated. With sundry Poems and Fancies by R. Fletcher. London, 1656. Svo. pp. 276, with portrait of Martial by Vaughan.
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Epigrams from Martial, with Mottos from Horace, translated, imitated, adapted, and addressed to the Nobility, Clergy and Gentry. With Notes, moral, historical, explanatory, and humorous (by the Rev. W. Scott). London, 1773. 12mo. Bindley, pt. ii. 1750,
The Epigrams of Martial, in twelve Books, with a Comment. by James Elphinston. London, 1782. 4to. A translation
Epistle. Translated from the French. Lon- | & concretorum, per Jac. Martinum, don, 1719. 8vo.
Scotum. Cantab. 1584. 8vo.
State of the legal and judicial Polity
An Examination of Mr. Emlyn's Answer to the Dissertation. London, 1719. 8vo.
A second Dissertation by Mr. Martin in Defence of the Testimony given to our Saviour by Josephus. London, 1719. 8vo.
Mr. Martin was the author of a French
translation of the Bible, which appeared at
Amsterdam in 1707, folio.
- Edward, Dean of Ely.
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of the genuine Works of the primitive Fa-
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M. A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland: a particular Account of the Second Sight: a brief Hint of Methods to improve Trade in that Country by Sea and Land, with a new Map of the whole. To which is added, a brief Description of the Isles of Orkney and Shetland. London, 1703. 8vo.
Pp. 392, besides the dedication, preface
M. A late Voyage to St. Kilda, the remotest of all the Hebrides, or Western Isles of Scotland. London, 1698. 8vo.
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Matthew. The Aurelian's Vade Mecum, containing an English alphabetical, and Linnæan systematical, Catalogue of Plants affording Nourishment to Butterflies,
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Thomas, LL. D. A Traictyse declaryng and plainly proving that the pretended Marriage of Priestes and professed Persons is no Marriage but altogether unlawful. London by Robert Caly, 1554. 4to.
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Thomas, of Palgrave. The History of the Town of Thetford, in the Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, from the earliest Account to the present Time. London, 1779. 4to.
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Thomas. A Circle of the Mechanical Arts. London, 1813. 4to.
Youth's Instruction. London, 1612. 4to. In this book is shewed a great deal of London, reading' says Ant. à Wood.
Reed, 3351, 6s. Gough, 2269, 8s. Collation-Title and complimentary verses, two leaves; contents, 10 leaves; The Historie' pp. 1-420; The Successions of the Dukes and Earles, &c. 29 leaves, including the title;
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William. Petrificata Derbiensia; or, Figures and Descriptions of Petrifactions collected in Derbyshire. Wigan, 1809. 4to. 21. 2s.
Roscoe, 1787, with the figures etched and Collation.coloured by the author, 31. Half title and title, 2 leaves; preface, 5 pages; dedication to Sir Jos. Banks, one leaf; addenda and corrigenda, 2 pages; an arrangement of the petrifactions, &c. 2 pages; half title Plates and Descriptions,' one leaf; letter-press descriptions of 52 coloured plates, A-2 B; half title' A systematical arrangement' one leaf; Petrifacta Derbiensia, 28 pages.
Outlines of an Attempt to establish a Knowledge of extraneous Fossils on scientific Principles. In two Parts. Macclesfield, 1809. 8vo. pp. 250. 8s. Roscoe, 1786, 9s. 6d.
MARTINE, Bishop of Dumience. The Rule of an honest Life written by the holy Man Martine, Bishop of Dumience, unto King Meto, King of Galitia in Spain: whereunto is added, the Enchiridion of a spiritual Life. St. Albans by me Jo. Hereford, 1538. 8vo.
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Illustrated by numerous engravings. William. The Historie and Lives of the Kings of England, from William the Conqueror, unto the End of the Raigne of King 3 vols. Henry the Eight. By William An abbreviated translation of Rapin, adMartyn, Esquire, Recorder of Ex-dressed to Sig. Luke Corsi. eter. London, 1615. folio.
Istoria critica della Vita civile. Lond. 1752. 4to. 6s.
Lettere familiari e critiche. Lond. 1758. Svo. 3s.
MARTINENGO, Earl Nestor. See MALIM, Wm.