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MOTRAYE, Aubry de la. Travels through Europe, Asia, and into Part of Africa. London, 172332. folio. 3 vols.

With maps and cuts by Hogarth, &c. Veracity and exactness, particularly so far as regards the copying of inscriptions, characterise these travels. They are also valuable for information respecting the mines of the north of Europe. Towneley, pt. ii. 1008, 195. Roxburghe, 7182, 2 vols. il. 4s. Willett, 1667, 17. 13s. Heath, 2581, 2 vols. 21. 8s. North, pt. ii. 1256, 37. 4s. LARGE PAPER. 1730-2. Steevens, 1918, 17. 2s. Reed, 3138, 11. 3s.



MOULE, Thomas. heraldica Magnæ Britanniæ. analytical Catalogue of Books on Genealogy, Heraldry, Nobility, Knighthood and Ceremonies. London, 1822. royal 8vo.

An accurate and valuable work, consisting of pp. xxiii and 668, with a portrait of Camden. LARGE PAPER in 4to. Hibbert, 5622,

14. 13s. 6d.

Antiquities in Westminster Abbey. Illustrated by twelve Plates, from Drawings by G. P. Harding. By T. Moule.


MOTTE, Countess de la. Life of Jane de St. Remy de Valois, heretofore Countess De la Motte. Written by herself. London, 1791. 8vo. 2 vols. 9s.

MOULIN, Lewis du. Rerum nuper in Regno Scotiæ gestarum Historia, per Irenæum Philalethen. Dantisci, 1641. 8vo.

Gordonstoun, 1321, 2s. 6d.

L. Moulin published many other works which were printed at London, 1641-81. See

Wood's Fasti.

The Accomplishment of the Prosphecies, or the third Book in Defense of the catholicke Faith. Translated by I. Heath (the Epigrammatist). Oxford, 1613. 12mo. Towneley, pt. ii. 382, 3s. 6d.

This celebrated French protestant minister published many other works.

-Peter du, Prebendary of CanMe-terbury. Regii Sanguinis Clamor ad Coelum adversus Parricidas Anglicanos. Hag.Com. 1652. 12mo. 5s.

MOTTEVILLE, F. B. de. moirs of Ann of Austria. London, 1726. 8vo. 5 vols.

Roxburghe, 8036, 6s. 6d. LARGE PA

PER. 11. 10s.

MOTTLEY, John. History of Peter I. Emperor of Russia. London, 1739. 8vo. 3 vols.

Peter du, D. D. The Image of bothe Churches Hierusalem and Babel-Unitie and Confusion-Obedience and Sedition-by P. D. M. Tornay by Adrian Quinque, 1623. 12mo.

Roxburghe, 7880, 16s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, 12. 10s.

Pp. 461, exclusive of dedication, preface, &c. Williams, 134, 16s. Hibbert, 4088, 7s. See Wood's Athen. Oxon. by Dr. Bliss, iv. 139.

History of the Life and Reign of the Empress Catherine of Russia. London,

1744. 8vo. 2 vols.

See MILLER, Joe. SEYMOUR, Robert. Mottos, The, of the English Nobility in the Year 1800, freely translated into Verse. 1822. 8vo. 5s. Privately printed. Moufet see Muffet.

Published anonymously. It was answered by Milton Defensio secunda pro Populo Anglicano.'

A Treatise on Peace of Soul and Content of Mind, translated into English, with additional Notes, by John Scrope, D. D. London, 1765. 8vo. 2 vols. 7s.

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MOUNTENOY, B. Selections from the Journals of Travellers in Brazil. 1825. 8vo. 7s.

MOUNTFORT, William. Plays, with Memoirs of Mr. Mountfort. London, 1720. 12mo. 2 vols.

Roxburghe, 3923, 7s. 6d. Reed, 8297, 5s. 6d. Heath, 1947, 14s. 6d.

MOUNTMORRES, Rt. Hon. H. R. Morres, Lord. The History of the principal Transactions of the Irish Parliament, 1634-66. Το which is prefixed, a preliminary Discourse on the ancient Parliaments of that Kingdom. London, 1792. 8vo. 2 vols.

Marquis of Townshend, 2129, 7s. 6d. Bindley, pt. ii. 1564, 9s. 6d.

MOURT, G. Proceedings of the English Plantation at Plimouth in New England. London, 1622. 4to.

Moxox, Joseph. Mechanical Exercises. Lond. 1677-96. 4to. 3 vols.

Willett, 1754, Mechanick Exercises and Powers, 1693-6, 2 vols. russia, 17. 14s.

Discourse of a Passage by the North Pole to Japan, China, &c. Lond. 1674. 4to. 1697. 4to.

1719-20. By Dan. Waterland.


bridge, 1720. 8vo. 5s.

1720-1. By James Knight. London, 1721. 8vo. 3s. 6d.

Moxon published many other mathematical works.

1723-4. By William Berriman. London, 1725. 8vo. 3s. 6d.

1724-5. By Thomas Bishop. London, 1726. 8vo. 3s.

1728-9. By Henry Felton. Oxford, 1732. 8vo. 3s. 6d.


By Joseph Trapp.


1730-2. By John Browne. London, 1732. 8vo. 3s. 6d. 1732-3.

By Jeremiah Seed. 8vo. 2 vols.


1734-5. 3s. 6d.

By Charles Wheatley. 8vo.

1737-8. By John Berriman. London, 1741. 8vo. 4s.

By Edward Twells.


1738-9. 2 vols. 7s. 1739-40. By Arthur Bedford. London, 1741. 8vo. 4s.

1740-1. By Gloucester Ridley. London, 1742. 8vo. 6s.

1757. By William Clements. London, 1797. 8vo. 4s.

1764-5. By Benjamin Dawson. London, 1765. 8vo. 4s.

MOYLE, Walter. Works, with some Account of his Life and Writings, by Anth. Hammond, Esq. London, 1726-7. 8vo. 3 vols. 5s.

With portrait by Vertue. This author is styled by Dryden, a most ingenious young gentleman, conversant in all the studies of humanity much above his years.'

MOYSANT et LEVIZAC. Bibliothèque portative des Ecrivains François, ou Choix des meilleurs Morceaux extraits de leurs Ouvrages. Londres, 1803. royal 8vo. 3 vols. Duke of York, 3717, 17. 10s. royal 8vo. 3 vols. An abridgement was published in 12mo.

· 1800.

MOYSES, David.

Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland, 1577-1603. Together with a Discourse of the Conspiracy of Gowry. Edinb. 1755.

12mo. 6s.

The Author was a domestic servant to James VI. to whom he dedicates his


MOYSEY, Charles Abel, D.D. Lectures on the Gospel according to St. John. Oxford, 1821. 8vo.

MOYER, Lady. Sermons in Defence of the Divinity of Christ, preached at the Lecture founded by Lady Moyer.



MOZEEN, Thomas. A Collec

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tion of miscellaneous Essays. Lon-
don, 1762. 8vo.

Roxburghe, 3951, 5s.

Fables in Verse. London, 1766. 12mo.
2 vols. 58.

A most pleasant
Comedy of Mucedorus, the Kings
Sonne of Valentia, and Amadine the
Kings Daughter of Arragon. With


Conceits of Mouse. Lon-
don, 1598. 4to.

This droll or farce is, in some old cata-
logues, attributed to Shakespeare. Other
editions.-1610. 4to.
1613. 4to. Rhodes,
268, 11. 5s.
1615. 4to. 1626.
4to. Boswell, 1618, 17. 1s. 1634. 4to.
Roxburghe, 4222, 17. 6s. 1639. 4to.
Roxburghe, 4223, 18s.
1668. 4to.
Rhodes, 269, 13s.-Amplified with new Ad-
ditions, as it was acted before the Kings Ma-
jesty at Whitehall, on Shrove-sunday Night.
London for Francis Coles. 4to. A-F 3, in
MUDFORD, William.
An histo-
rical Account of the Battle of Wa-
terloo; comprehending a circum-
stantial Narrative of the whole
Events of the War of 1815. Lond.
1817. imp. 4to.
Published in parts, with twenty-seven co-
loured plates. Duke of York, 3403, morocco,

74. 10s.

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MUDGE, Thomas. A Description of the late T. Mudge's Timekeeper.

Lond. 1799. 4to.

Roxburghe, 1527, 8s. 6d. Suppl. 681, 10s.

MUDIE, Alexander. Scotia Indiculum: or, the present State of Scotland: together with divers Reflections upon the ancient State thereof. Lond. 1682. 12mo. 4s. Lloyd, 880, 5s.

J. An Account of a grand Series of national Medals. Lond. 1820. 4to.

With plates. Brockett, 2272, 10s. 6d. Combe, 1413, 10s. 6d. Duke of York, 3404, morocco, 19s.

MUFFET, Peter. A Commentarie vpon the Prouerbs of Salomon. Lond. 1596. 8vo.

Best edition. Lond. 1592. Dedicated to Edward Earle of Bedford.' Thomas, M. D. Insectorum sive minimorum Animalium Theatrum. Londini, 1634. folio.

A work of some merit, consisting of 326 pages, with numerous wood cuts, wretchedly executed, published by Sir Theod. de May1658. folio. In English, by J. R. M.D. Lond.


An account of Moufet or Muffet will be

found in Wood's Athen. Oxon.

MUGGLETON, Lodowick. The Acts of the Witnesses of the Spirit. Lond. 1699. 4to. 7s. 6d.

With portrait. Muggleton, who styles himself one of the two witnesses and true

prophets of the only high, immortal, glorious God, Christ Jesus,' published other works.

MUIR, William, D.D. Discourses, explanatory and practical, on the Epistle of St. Jude. Glasgow, 1822. 8vo.

Narrative of Facts relating to Mudge's Timekeepers. Lond. 1792. 8vo.

Reply to Dr. Maskelyne's Answer to a Narrative of Facts, &c. with some Remarks of the Count de Bruhl. Lond. 1792. 8vo. See MASKELYNE, Nevil.

MULART, Philip. Phillippi Mulart Dispensatio, etc. Londini impressum per me, Richardum Pynson Regium Impressorem (1520). A single broadside. Mulberry.-Instruction for the

William. An Account of the Operations carried on for accomplishing a trigonometrical Survey of Increasing of Mulberrie Trees, and England and Wales. By William the Breeding of Silk-wormes. 1609. Mudge, Isaac Dalby and Thomas 4to. Colby. London, 1799-1811. 4to. 3 vols,

A copy is in the British Museum. MULCASTER, Richard. The first

Part of the Elementarie which entreateth chefelie of the right Writ


Zach. An Essay towards a new English Version of the Book of

Psalms, from the original Hebrew. ing of our English Tung.

Lond. 1744. 8vo.

A learned work. How highly Mr. Mudge |

1582. 4to. 10s. 6d.

A work of considerable merit and utility,

in the character of him drawn by the latter the structure of the language.'-Dr. Drake. was esteemed by Dr. Johnson, may be seen containing many pertinent observations on

in Boswell's Life of Johnson.

Reed, 207, 31. 3s.

1619. 12mo.

Positions wherein those primitive Circvm- | monstrasi ex Irlandia adducti. Lips. stances be examined, which are necessarie for the Training vp of Children, either for Skil in their Booke, or Health in their Bodie. Lond. 1581. 4to. 10s. 6d. Reed, 206, 17. 1591. 4to.

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A copy is in the British Museum. MULGRAVE, Lord. See PHIPPS, Constantine John.

Muley Hamet. A true historicall Discourse of Muley Hamets Rising to three Kingdomes of Moruecos, Fes and Sus. The Disvnion of the three Kingdomes by

licy of the More or Barbarian. The Aduentures of Sir Anthony Sherley. With other Nouelties. Lond. 1609.

MULLINER, John. A Testimony against Periwigs and Periwig-makciuill Warre. The Religion and Po-ing, and Playing on Instruments of Music among Christians, or any other in the Days of the Gospel, being several Reasons against these Things. 1677. 4to.

4to. 12s.

MULLARD, Edward. The lamentable Ruines of the Towne of Shuffirall, alias Idsall, in Shropshire, by Fire. Lond. 1591. 4to.

MULLER, John. Works on Fortification, &c. 8vo. 8 vols.

Formerly in high estimation. Roxburghe, 1689, 21. 2s.

A Treatyse concerning the elementary

Part of Fortification. Lond. 1746. 8vo.

Willett, 1741, 7s.

1756. 8vo.

The Attack and Defence of fortified

Places, in three Parts. Lond. 1747. 8vo.

A copy is in the British Museum. S. Voyages from Asia to America, for compleating the Discoveries of the North-West Coast of America. To which is prefixed, a Summary of the Voyages made by the Russians on the Frozen Sea, in Search of a North-East Passage. Translated from the High Dutch of S. Muller, with the Addition of three new Maps, by Thomas Jefferys. Lond. 1761. 4to. 6s.

A Treatyse concerning the practical Part of Fortification, in four Parts. Lond. 1755.

8vo. Willett, 1742, 17. 1s.

A Treatise of Artillery. With an Appendix or Supplement. Lond. 1757. 8vo. lett, 1743, 12s.

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Bindley, pt. iii. 386, 11s. verie of the Art of false Dyce-play, MUMCHANCE, Mihil, his Disco


MUNCKHAUSEN, Baron. Gulliver revived; or, the singular Travels, Campaigns, Voyages and Adventures of Baron Munikhousen, monly called Munckhausen. Third Edition, considerably enlarged and ornamented with a number of Views, Wil-engraven from the original Designs. Lond. 1786. 12mo.

This forms no. 32 of Mr. Beloe's List of Robert Greene's pieces, though mentioned in the following page as not by him.

MUN, Thomas. England's Treasure by foreign Trade. Lond. 1664. Svo.


The Field Engineer, from the French of M. Clairac, with Observations, &c. 1759. 8vo.

Elements of Mathematics. Lond. 1765. 8vo. Willett, 3s. 6d.

A new System of Mathematics. 1769. 8vo. Willett, 1745, 6s. 6d. John von. A universal History, in twenty-four Books. Lond. 1818. 8vo. 3 vols. 16s. Philip. De Cometa Anni 1618, et brevis Descriptio Partus

A valuable work containing some curious and interesting documents relative to the trade with East India. Roxburghe, 9340, 3s. - Glasg. 1755.

1669. -1698. 1700. 1713.

Oxford, 1786. 12mo. Fonthill, 2933, 1792. 12mo. 2 vols. Steevens,

1885, 5s.

Sequel to the Travels of Baron MunLond. chausen. Lond. 1792. 12mo.

MUNDA, Constantia. See SWETNAM, Joseph.

MUNDAY, Anthony. Works. Notices of this writer will be found in Warton's History of English Poetry, Baker's Biographia Dramatica, and Ritson's Bibliographia Poetica.

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The Masqve of the League and the Spanyard discouered. Faythfully translated out of the French Copie: Printed at Toures by Iamet Mettayer. London for Richard Smyth, 1592. 4to. Twenty-two leaves. At the end I. M. It was published with a new title in 1605.

The English Romayne Life. London, Hib1582. 4to. pp. 75, without dedication. bert, 5626, 11. 5s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1193, 1590. 4to. pp. 72. Inglis, 989, 11. 6s. This edition is reprinted in the seventh volume of the Harleian Miscellany.

41. 6s. 6d.

The Defence of Contraries. Paradoxes against common Opinion, debated in Forme of Declamations in Place of public Censure; only to exercise yong Wittes in difficult Matters. Translated out of French by A. M. London, 1593. 4to. pp. 99. Perry, pt. ii. 987, 6s. Reed, 2434, 17. 8s.

A Watch-woord to Englande, to beware of Traytors and tretcherous Practises, which baue beene the Ouerthrowe of many famous Kingdomes and Commonweales. London, 1584. 4to. Forty-seven leaves. This volume contains some curious particulars relating to the history of Q. Elizabeth's imprisonment in the tower during the reign of Queen Mary. Steevens, 1711, 8s. Reed, 5177, 18s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 533, 41. 58. Inglis, 1615, 27. 4s.

The Life of Sir John Oldcastle. 1600. See SHAKESPEARE, William.

Strangest Adventure that ever happened. 1601. 4to. See Bibl. Farmer. no. 3478.

The Downfal of Robert Earl of Huntington. London, 1601. 4to. Rhodes, 1759, (3 leaves ms.) 21. 11s. Inglis' old Plays, 77, 97. 12s. Roxburghe, 5070, 112 Hibbert, 5627, 31. 3s.

The Death of Robert Earle of Huntington. London, 1601. 4to. Rhodes, 1761, 81. 8s. Inglis' old Plays, 78, 12l. 15s. Roxburghe, 5071, 31. 3s. Hibbert, 5628, 37. 1s. A very copious analysis of the two plays, the Downfal and Death, will be found in the first volume of Ritson's Robin Hood.

Ant. Monday, his godly Exercise for Christian Families, containing an Order of Praiers for Morning and Evening, with a little Catechism betweene the Man and his Wife. London, 1586. 8vo. From Maunsell's Catalogue, p. 86.

A Banquet of daintie Conceits: furnished with verie delicate and choyce Inventions to delight their Mindes who take Pleasure in Musique; and there-withall to sing sweete Ditties, either to the Lute, Bandora, Virginalles, or anie other Instrument. London, 1588. 4to. Contains sign. J. iii. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 457, 50%. Reprinted in the ninth volume of the Harleian Miscellany.

The Triumphs of reunited Britannia, performed in Honour of Sir Leonard Hethday, Knight, to solemnise his Entrance as Lorde Mayor of the Citty of London, on Tuesday the 29 of October 1605. London, 1605. 4to. A copy is in the Bodleian library. Roxburghe, 5530, 27. 14s. It is reprinted in Nichols' Progresses of K. James I.

A briefe Chronicle of the Successe of Times from the Creation of the World to this Instant. London, 1611. 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 1730, 12s. Nassau, pt. i. 2317, 15s. See Dr. DibTowneley, pt. ii. 748, 16s. din's Library Companion, 182-3.

Chryso-thriambos: the Triumphes of Golde. At the Inauguration of Sir James Pemberton Knight, in the Dignity of Lord Maior of London, on Tuesday the 29th of BindOctober 1611. London, 1611. 4to. ley, pt. i. 2204, 77.

Triumphs of old Drapery; or the rich Clothing of England. At the Installation of Thomas Hayes. London, 1614. 4to.

Metropolis coronata, the Triumphes of ancient Drapery; or, rich Cloathing of England: in a second Yeeres Performance. In Honour of the Advancement of Sir John Jolles, Knight, to the Office of Lord Maior of London on the 3 Day of October 1615. London, 1615. 4to. Bindley, pt. iv. 512, Reprinted in Nichols' Pro77. 17s. 6d. gresses of K. James I.

Chrysanaleia, the golden Fishing; or, Honour of Fishmongers: applauding the

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