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M.D.XCVIII.' Liber septimvs, Dvaci apud
Liber octavus, 1600, pp. 108, not including
title, Ricardus Vitus to the reader, and epistle
Clio' and emendations. Liber decimvs, 1606,
portions of two letters of W. Gifford and
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Thomas, D.D. Schola moralis Philosophiæ Oxon. in Funere Whiti pullata. Oxon. 1624. 4to. 'A book of verses mostly made by the students of Magd. hall'.-Ant. à Wood.
Thomas. Institutionvm peripatetuarvm ad Mentem Philosophi Kenelmi Eqvitis Digbæi Pars theorica item Appendix de Origine Mvndi, Authore Thoma Anglo ex
Orationes quinque, de Circulo Artium &
Philosophie-De Eloquentia & Cicerone. Albiis East-Saxonum. Lvgdvni,
Pro Divitiis Regum,-Pro Doctoratu,-De studiorum Finibus, cum Notis. Atrebat. 1596. 8vo. The two first, which were spoken at Lovain, were published by Christoph. Johnson, chief master of Winchester School, about 1564, and commanded by him, says Ant. à Wood, to be read publicly in the said school, near Winton, by the scholars.
Ricardi Viti Basinstochii ad Leges Decem
virorum in duodecim Tabulis, Institutiones Juris Civilis in quattuor Libris; primam Partem Digestorum in quattuor Libris; Notæ Jvris interpretati. Atrebati, ex Officina Gulielmi Riuerij, 1597. 16mo. Pp. 368, including title and emendations. The volume is dedicated to Philip II. of Spain.
Aelia Laelia Crispis. Epitaphium antiqvvm qvod in Agro Bononiensi adhvc videtur, à diversis hactenus interpretatum variè: novissimè autem à Ricardo Vito Basinstochio, Amicorum Precibus explicatum. Durdrechti, Typis Joannis Leonardi Berewovt, 1618. 16mo. Pp. 84, not including title, epistle dedicatory to Christophoro Jonsoni Vicamensis Scholæ apud Vintoniam summo Moderatori', and complimentary verses, 5 leaves. Ant. à Wood mentions a previous edition, 'Petav. 1568, in six sh. and a half in qu.'
De Reliquiis & Veneratione Sanctorum. Duac. 1609.
Explicatio brevis Privilegiorum Juris et Consuetudinis circa ven. Sacramentum Eucharistiæ. Duac. 1609. 8vo.
Brevis Explicatio Martyrii Sanctæ Vrsvlæ et vndecim millivm Virginvm Britanniarvm, per R. V. B. Dvaci, ex Typographia Petri Avroii, 1610. 16mo. Pp. 79, including title and epistle D. Ioanni Lespaignol, per Ricardum VVitum'.
vol. ii. pp. 118-20, as also in Jo. Pits de Illustr. Angl. Script. æt. 17. nu. 1057.
WHITE, Samuel. A Commentary literal Sense of his Prophecies is on the Prophet Isaiah, wherein the briefly explained. London, 1709.
A notice of Richard Whyte of Basingstoke will be found in Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses,
This author, who was a catholic, published many other treatises. He is highly commended by Ant. à Wood, Thomas Hobbes and other writers of his own day.
Thomas. A true Relation of the Conversion and Baptism of Isuf the Turkish Chaous, nained Richard Christophilus, in the Presence of a full Congregation, Jan. 30, 1658, in Covent-Garden, where Mr. Manton is Preacher. London, 1658. sm. 8vo.
WHITE, John, Lieutenant in the United States' Navy. History of a Voyage to the China Sea. Boston, 1823. 8vo.
An entertaining and accurate account of a corner of the globe, of which we possess little or no information.
Joseph. Sermons preached before the University of Oxford, in 1784, at the Lecture founded by the Rev. John Bampton, M.A., late Canon of Salisbury. 1784. 8vo.
First edition. The additional sermon in the second edition was printed separately for the accommodation of the purchasers of this The second edition, to which is now added, a Sermon preached from the
The answer, dedicated to Ambrose Dud
University of Oxford, July 4, 1784, on the Duty of attempting the Propagation of the Gospel among our Mahometan and Gentoo Subjects in India. London, 1785. 8vo. Wil-ley Earle of Warwicke', &c. consists of 44 lett, 2597, 7s. 6d. Bindley, pt. iii. 1907, 8s. 6d. Heath, 1133, 10s. 6d.
A Letter to the Reverend Dr. White : containing Remarks upon certain Passages in the Notes subjoined to his Bampton Lec-aci,
tures. London, 1789. 8vo.
A Statement of Dr. White's literary Obligations to the Rev. Samuel Badcock and the Rev. Samuel Parr, LL.D. by Joseph White, D.D. London, 1790. 8vo.
These excellent letters corroborate many circumstances in Dr. Southey's History of the Peninsular War.
Ægyptiaca: or, Observations on certain Antiquities of Egypt, in two parts: Part I. the History of Pompey's Pillar elucidated. Part II. Abdollatif's Account of the Antiquities of Egypt, written in Arabic, A. D. 1203. Translated into English and illustrated with Notes, by J. White, D.D. London, 1801. 4to. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 980, 4s. Hibbert, 8590, 6s. 6d. LARGE PAPER. Lloyd, 1334, 7s. 6d.
Practical and internal Evidence against Catholicism, with occasional Strictures on Mr. Butler's Book of the Roman Catholic Church in six Letters. London, 1825. 8vo.
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Peter. An Answeare vnto certaine crabbed Questions pretending a reall Presence of Christ in the Sacramente; together with a Discouerie of the Jesuiticall Opinion of Justification, guilefully vttered by Sherwyne at the Time of his Execution. Gathered and set foorth by Peter Whyte. London, 1582.
Criseos Griesbachianæ in Novum Testamentum Synopsis. Oxon. 1811. 8vo. Drury, 4578, 5s. This esteemed work generally accompanies the learned professor's edition of the Greek Testament, 1798. 8vo. 2 vols. Joseph Blanco. Letters from Spain, by Don Leucadio Doblado. London, 1822.
leaves, the discovery, with a separate titlepage, 39 leaves. White Knights, 4388 and 4389, morocco, 15s. & 19s.
Richard. Historiarum Britanniæ Libri XI. Atrebati et Du1597-1607. 16mo. 2 vols.
Bindley, pt. i. 831, 11 books, 67. 12s. and 832, nine books, 21. 4s. Sotheby's in 1829, nine books, uncut, 31. 18s. Hibbert, 8307,9 books in 2 vol, mor. 7. 10s. Another copy, consisting of ten books, is priced in a bookseller's late catalogue at 21. in morocco. The work is very seldom found complete, and the following collation was made on examination of four copies. General title to books 1 to 9, Ricardi Viti Basingstochïi Comitis Palatini Historiarum Britanniæ Insvlae, ab Origine Mundi, ad Annum Christi octingentesimum Libri nouem priores, ad Senatvm Popvlvmq. Britannvm. [Dvaci] apud Carolvm Boscardvm, 1602.', on the back of which is a copper-plate portrait of the author by H. Mortier, one leaf; epistle' Senatvi, Popvloqve Britanno', four leaves; Thomas Vitus to the reader, the arguments to the nine books, and in Vitorvm Insignia', with the arms of White engraved by H. Mortier, 3 leaves. Libri 5, Atrebati, ex Officina Gulielmi Riuerij, 1597, pp. 472, including title, and epistles to Prince Albert, Cæsar Baronius, Mich. D'Esne, Christ. Assonvillius, and Ioan. Richardotus. Liber sextus, Duaci apud Carolum Boscardum, 1598, pp. 124, not including title, an epigram, epistle Amplissimo Senatorvm Popliqve Dvacensis Ordini S.' and Adrianus Vitus Lectori S.', 4 leaves, also emendations, one page. Pages 95 and 96 are repeated, and on the reverse of page 123 is the fol
lowing colophon, Attrebati, ex Typographia Gvllielmi Riverii Tipographi ivrati.
M.D.XCVIII.' Liber septimvs, Dvaci apud Carolum Boscardum, 1600, pp. 96, not including title, epistle to Philip. de Caverel, and Thomas Vitus to the reader, 4 leaves.
Liber octavus, 1600, pp. 108, not including title, Ricardus Vitus to the reader, and epistle to Vedast. Grenetius, 2 leaves. Liber nonvs, 1602, pp. 174, not including title, Adrianus Vitus to the reader, and epistle to Ioan. dv Ploych, 4 leaves, also a leaf containing 'Gvlielmvs Vitvs R. F. Rhetor ad Mvsam
Clio' and emendations. Liber decimvs, 1606, pp. 142, not including title and epistle to Gvl. de Berghes, 4 leaves, also a leaf containing approbatio & emendationes. Liber vndecimvs, 1607, pp. 110, not including title, epistle to D. Warner. de Davre and
portions of two letters of W. Gifford and Mat. Kellison, together 4 leaves, also a leaf containing approbatio & emendationes.
WHITELOCKE, Sir Bulstrode. Memorials of English Affairs from the Beginning of the Reign of K. Charles I. to the Restauration of K. Charles II. London, 1732. fol.
The best edition, containing the passages which were struck out by the Earl of Anglesey. This work, that has been so much cried up, is a meagre diary, wrote by a pourspirited, self-interested and self-conceited lawyer of eminence; but full of facts.'Bishop Warburton. Lloyd, 1363, 21. Hollis, 1354, 21. 12s. 6d. Hibbert, 8638, 31. 3. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1180, russia, 41. 1s. Marquis of Townshend, 3289, 41. 4s. Dowdeswell, 833, 5. Heath, 4451, 51. 12s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 1458, russia, 57. 18s. Willett, 2699, 67. 10s. London, 1682. fol. Published by Arthur Earl of Anglesea, who took considerable liberties with the ms. Gough, 4066, 6s. 6d. Marquis of Townshend, 3288, 12s. 6d. Roscoe, 479, 13s. Roxburghe, 8453, 19s.
Memorial of the English Affairs, from the
supposed Expedition of Brute to this Island
to the End of the Reign of K. James I. London, 1707. folio. Published by W. Penn and Dr. Welwood. Roxburghe, 8454, 4s. · London, 1713. fol., with portrait of Whitelocke by Hulsbergh. Gough, 4067, 17. 6s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1622, with portraits of the Kings inserted, 17. 10s.
Whitelocke's Notes upon the King's Writt for choosing Members of Parlement, 13 Car. II. being Disquisitions on the Government of England, by King, Lords, and Commons, published by Charles Morton, M. D. Lond.
1766. 4to. 2 vols. 18s.
Brockett, 3366, 11. 13s. Marquis of Townshend, 1900, 21. 12s. 6d. Heath, 4408, russia, 31. 4s.
A Journal of the Swedish Ambassy, in the Years 1653 and 1654. From the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, written by the Ambassador the Lord Commissioner Whitelocke, with an Appendix of original Papers. London, 1772. 4to. 2 vols. Roxburghe, 7866, 12. 2s. Heath, 2511, 11. 19s. Fonthill, 1866, 27. 3s. Willett, 2641, 21. 15s. WHITER, Walter. Etymologicon Universale. Cambridge, 1811. 4to. 2 vols.
Hibbert, 8591, 17s. Cambridge, 1822-5. 4to. Drury, 4667, russia, 2 vols. 21. 16s.
A Specimen of a Commentary on Shakspeare; containing, 1st. Notes on As you like it; 2dly, An Attempt to explain and illustrate various Passages, on a new Principle of Criticism, derived from Mr. Locke's Doctrine of the Association of Ideas. Lond. Rox1794. 8vo. Steevens, 1390, 4s. 6d. burghe, 3886, 6s. Horne Tooke, 788, 11. 1s. Etymologicum Magnum, or Universal Etymological Dictionary, on the new Plan,
with Illustrations drawn from various Languages. Cambridge, 1800. 4to. Horne Tooke, 787, 31. 11s. Roxburghe, 2168, 15s. An original and ingenious work, which, whatever may become of its theory, will be always highly estimated by the profound etymologist.
WHITFIELD, Henry. Light appearing more and more unto the perfect Day, or a farther Discovery of the present State of the Indians in New England. London, 1651. 4to. 5s.
Of Duos, or Songs for two Voices, composed and made by Tho. Whythorne, Gent. The BasLondon by T. Este, 1590. 4to. si's', dedicated to Master Francis Hastings,' consists of G 2, in fours. The last leaf contains the colophon, on the reverse of which