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Plot's Account of his intended Journey | torical Review of the State of through England and Wales. In Hearne's edition of Leland's Itinerary.

A life of Dr. Plot, with a list of his works, both printed and in ms., will be found in

Wood's Athen. Oxon.

Ireland, from the Invasion of that
Country under Henry II. to its
Union with Great Britain. London,
vols. in 3.
1803. 4to.
White Knights,
Drury, 3435, 1. 15s.
London, 1809.
3369, 17. 16s. Duke of York, 3926, 1. 8s.
Hibbert, 6459, 27. 11s.

8vo. 2 vols.

Plot.-More Plots found out and Plotters apprehended, a true Relation of the desperate Plot for delivering up Hull and Beverley, with the Manner of apprehending Sir John Hotham, Sir Edward Rhodes, and Capt. Hotham. 1643. 4to.

With an unique print representing on twelve compartments the malignants' treacherous and bloody plot. King and Lochée's in 1814, 17. 16s. 6d.

An historical Letter from Francis Plowden, Esq. to Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart. London, 1805. 8vo. 113 pp. with frontispiece.

Dr. Plowden published other works relative to Ireland, and several law treatises, &c. Pilgrim. See Farrago. PLOWMAN, Pierce. Visio Willi de Petro Plouhman, item Visiones ejusdem de Dowel, Dobet et Dobest, or The Vision of William concerning Peirs Plouhman, and the Visions of the same concerning the Origin, Progress and Perfection of the Christian Life: together with an introductory Discourse, a per

Five Books of Plotinus, viz. on Felicity; on the Nature and Origin of Evil; on Pro-petual Commentary, Annotations, London, vidence; on Nature, Contemplation, and the and a Glossary by Thomas DunOne; and on the Descent of the Soul, trans-ham Whitaker, LL.D.

lated from the Greek, with an Introduction by Thomas Taylor. London, 1794. 8vo.

Select Works of Plotinus, and Extracts from the Treatise of Synesius on Providence, transl. from the Greek, with an Introduction containing the Substance of Porphyry's Life of Plotinus, by Thomas Taylor. London,

The Plot in a Dream: or the Discoverer With plates. in Masquerade. 1681. 8vo. Lloyd, 939, 4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 42, 7s. Hibbert, 6458, inlaid in 4to. and illustrated with numerous prints, russia, 27. 12s. 6d.

PLOTINUS. Concerning the Beautiful: or, a paraphrased Translation from the Greek of Plotinus, Ennead i. Book vi. by Thomas Taylor. London, 1787. 8vo. 2s.

A faithful and not inelegant version by

the translator of Plato, Aristotle, &c.

A postliminous Preface to the historical
Review of the State of Ireland by Francis
Plowden. London, 1804. 4to. 3s.

Strictures on an historical Review of the
State of Ireland, by Sir Richard Musgrave.
London, 1804. 8vo.

1817. 8vo.

PLOWDEN, Edmund, Commentaries, or Reports containing divers Cases upon Matters of Law in the Reigns of Edward VI., Mary, Philip and Mary, and Elizabeth, translated and improved by References; to which are added his Queries. London, 1760. folio. 17. 11s. 6d.


Plowden's reports are esteemed exquisite and elaborate commentaries, and are of high account with all professors of the law.' Ant. à Wood. They are still considered as most valuable to the student of the old law. - London, Dublin, 1792. 8vo. 2 vols. 1816. royal 8vo. 2 vols. They originally appeared in 1571. folio. and have been since that time frequently reprinted. An his

Francis, LL.D.


1813. 4to.

A religious allegorical satire, in which the vices of almost every profession are attacked ; generally attributed to Robert Langland or ning of the 14th century. Hibbert, 4556, Longland, who flourished about the beginwith the Creede, 1814, 31. Nassau, pt. ii. 760, 21. 18s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1003, 27. 3s. Brockett, 2327, russia, 57. Strettell, 1429, 31. 5s. The volume was originally published at 81. 8s.

The value of the old editions is not at all lessened by the reprint of Dr.

Whittaker, as he has carefully suppressed all the passages relating to the indecent lives and practices of the Romish Clergy.'

The Vision of Pierce Plowman, now fyrste imprinted by Roberte Crowley, 1550. 4to. A-Gg 1, 117 folios, not including title, the printer to the reader and prologe, two leaves. There is a copy in the British Museum, with ms. collations by Tho. Tyrwhitt.-The Vision of Pierce Plowman, nowe the seconde Time imprinted by Roberte Crowley, 1550. 4to. A-Gg 1, 117 folios, not including title, the printer to the reader and prologe, two leaves, also A briefe Sume of the prinHeath, 1859, cipal Poyntes' 6 leaves. 9 A


morocco, 17. 14s. North, pt. iii. 778, russia, 21. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 97, with autograph of Lord Fauconberg, 27. 1s. pt. ii. 782, 21. 1s. Bibl. Anglo-Poct. 512, 147. 14s. Roxburghe, 3238, morocco, 67. 16s. 6d. On VELLUM. Two copies known, one in the possession of the Earl Spencer, the other in that of the Rt. Hon. Thos. Grenville.


Lordes, Knightes and Burgesses of the Parliament House, in the reign of K. Edward VI. Anthony Scoloker, in the Savoy Rentes. 16mo. K. George III. now in the British Museum. A copy is in the library of A goodly Dialogue and Dysputation betwene Pyers Ploweman and a Popish Preest Eight leaves. Horne Tooke, 543, 12. 19s. concernynge the Supper of the Lorde. 16mo. his Pater Noster. 4to. A lytell Geste how the Plowman lerned four leaves, printed by W. de Worde. A poetical satire of tannica. Lond. 1769. 4to. 4 vols. PLUKENET, Leonard Opera bo

The Vision of Pierce Plowman, newlye imprynted after the Authours olde Copy, with a brefe Summary of the principal Matters set before euery Part called Passus. Wherevnto is also annexed the Crede of

Pierce Plowman, neuer imprinted with the Booke before. Lond. by Owen Rogers, 1561. 4to. Collation.-A-Ii 2, not including title and summes, two leaves. The Crede, consisting of 28 pages, is very seldom, if ever, found in the volume, though mentioned in the title-page. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 783, 37. 1s. Ames by Dibdin, iv. 546-7 sau, pt. ii. 759, morocco, 6l. Willett, 1970, 37. 10s. Boswell, 1668, 27. 1s. Knights, 3355, morocco, 7. Roscoe, 1321, White Pope's copy, 5l. 17s. 6d. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 513, morocco, 127. 514, russia, 114.11s. 515, 127. 12s. 516, 127. 12s.


Pierce the Ploughman's Crede. London, by Reynold Wolfe, 1553. 4to. leaves, D iij, in fours. Roxburghe, 3239, Fifteen 101. resold Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 781, last leaf wanting, 17.11s. Dent, pt. ii. 894, with Pierce Plowman's Vision, 1561, 47. 10s. The Crede may be considered as an appendage to the Vision.

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Pierce the Ploughman's Crede. London, 1814. 4to. Reprinted from the edition of 1553, with a short literary preface, published at 17. 11s. 6d. Bindley, pt. iii. 1005, 9s. Nassau, pt. ii. 761, 18s. Brockett, 2540, 17.1s.

The Praier and Complaynte of the Ploweman unto Christe: written not long after the Yere of oure Lorde, a thousande and thre hundred. 16mo. 96 pages. attempt to expose the corruptions and fallaThis early cies of popery, exhibiting a curious specimen of the language and orthography of the time, is reprinted in the sixth volume of the Harleian Miscellany. A prose tract, entitled The Ploughman's Complaint of the Abuses of the World, will be found in Fox's Acts and Monuments, edit. 1641.

Best edition. Willett, 1971, 27. 14s.
The works of this author are still held in
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gazine of botanical stores.
wards of 2740 figures, and are a large ma-
one man, ever exhibited so great a number
says Dr. Pulteney, before published by
No work,
4to. 4 vols. Hibbert, 6940, 1l. 5s.
of new plants. London, 1691-1705.
lation.-Vol. I. Phytographia, Pars prior.
Tab. i.-lxxii, not including four leaves
engraved, containing a portrait of Plukenet,
shop of London, and Lectori benevolo.'
a title-page, dedication to H. Compton, Bi-
page and dedication to the Duke of Port-
Pars altera. Tab. lxxiii-cxiv, besides a title-
land, 2 leaves, also engraved. Appendix,
Altera Appendix. Tab. cxviii-cxx, not in-
Tab. cxv-cxvii, not including a title-page.
cluding a title-page. Pars tertia. 1692. Tab.
cation to K. William III, and Ad studiosos
cxxi-ccxxxix, not including title, dedica-
Botanicos,' 4 leaves also engraved. Appen-
graved title-page. Index, four printed leaves.
dix. Tab. ccxl-ccl, not including an en-
Vol. II.
pp. 402, not including title, and benigno
Almagestum Botanicum. 1696.
lectori,' two leaves, also 'hortorum, &c. expli-
cationes,' one leaf. Phytographiæ Pars quarta.
an engraved title-page. Vol.
1696. Tab. ccli-cccxxviii, not including
gesti Botanici Mantissa. 1700. pp. 192, not
including title and 'candedo lectori,' two
III. Alma-
4 leaves. Tab. cccxxix-ccel, with a plate
leaves; complimentary letter and verses,
not numbered. Index totius Operis, 14 leaves.
Vol. IV.
pp. 214, not including title and preface,
Amaltheum Botanicum. 1705.
2 leaves; appendix, one leaf, and errata,
4 leaves. Tab. cccli-ccccliv.

Index Linnaenus in Leonhardi Plukenetii
Opera botanica, edid. Paulus Dietericus
Giseke: additus est Index Linnaenus in
Ioan. Iac. Dillenii Historiam Muscorum.
Hamb. 1779. 4to.

of three Years' Residence in France,
PLUMPTRE, Anne. A Narrative
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I playne Piers, which cannot flatter,
A Plowe man, Men me call;

My Speeche is fowlle, yet marke the matter,
Howe thynges mayhap to fail.
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