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descriptive Letter-press. Edinb. 1828, &c. atlas 4to. nos. 1-4.
WILSON, John. Cheerfull Ayres or Ballads set for three Voices. Oxford, 1660. 4to. 3 pts. 17. 10s.
The compositions of Dr. John Wilson are, according to Burney, but feeble testimonies of a great hand.'
John. A Synopsis of British Plants in Mr. Ray's Method. Newcastle, 1744. 8vo.
Hibbert, 8526, 2s.
John. A popular Inquiry into the Doctrine of Scripture Types. Edinb. 1823. 8vo.
-J. Iliff. The History of Christ's Hospital, with Memoirs of Eminent Men educated there. London, 1821. 8vo.
G 3, in fours. Roxburghe, 6042, 31. 3s. Inglis' Old Plays, 118, 47. 14s. 6d. A copy is in the British Museum.
With maps, and a portrait of Sir Ralph Abercromby, by Meyer. Hibbert, 8605, 8852, 14s. 6s. 6d. Gough, 4032, 13s. Roxburghe, FINE PAPER. Duke of York, 5496, morocco, 1. 8s. LARGE PAPER. Duke. of York, 5497, morocco, 17. 7s. - 1803. 4to. White Knights, 4615, 5s. FINE PAPER. Dent, pt. ii. 1364, 21. 8s. LARGE PAPER. Fonthill, 3085, 2l. 17s. 6d. 1803. 8vo. 2 vols. Strettell, 1553, russia, 18s.
Sir Robert Thomas. History of the British Expedition to Egypt; to which is subjoined, a Sketch of the present State of that Country, and its Means of Defence. Londen,
Brief Remarks on the Character and Composition of the Russian Army, and a Sketch of the Campaigns in Poland in the Years 1806 and 1807. London, 1810. 4to. Pp.
xxviii and 276. Fonthill, 869, 10s. 6d. FINE PAPER. Duke of York, 5498, morocco, 11. 5s.
With 4 plates.
Joseph. Memorabilia Cantabrigiæ. London, 1803. sm. 8vo. Pag. xviii and 341, not including halftitle and title, also 18 portraits of the founders, and views of the colleges, mostly drawn and engraved by W. N. Gardiner, the Mustapha of Dibdin's Bibliomania. Bindley, pt. iii. 2127, 4s. 6d. LARGE PAPER. Fonthill, 2121, 17. 8s.
Joseph. A geographical and physical Account of Mountains, their mineral Composition, &c. London, 1807. royal 4to. 3 vols.
Sotheby's in 1824, 18s. Many copies of this work were destroyed by fire.
The Rule of Reason, couteinyng the Arte
Joseph, A. M. Horæ Proof Logique, set forth in Englishe by Thomas Vuilson. London by Rich. Grafton, 1551. pheticæ or, Dissertations on the 16mo. Dedicated to K. Edward VI. A to Book of the Prophet Daniel. X, in eights, the last leaf containing a woodOundle, 1824. 8vo. 1552. 16mo. Two editions were published in this year.
Nassau, pt. ii. 1104,
1553. 4to. 1560. 1563. 4to.
1567. 4to. Towne
ley, pt. ii. 1492, with Wilson's Rhetorique,
-- Richard. Etchings; consisting of 39 plates from the Works of Richard Wilson the Painter. By Thos. Hastings, Esq. 4to. 21.12s. 6d. Robert. The Cobler's Prophesie, written by Robert Wilson, Gent. London, 1594. 4to.
1553, 15s. 1580. 4to. n. d. 4to.
Dedicated to the Lord Robert Duddeley,
Brandon, Dukes of.
Dedicated to Jhon Dudley, Lorde Lisle, Earl of Warwicke. Steevens, 64, russia, 12s. 6d. Towneley, pt. ii. 1492, with Wilson's Logike, 1567, 15s. 1560. 4to. Two editions were published in this year. 1567. 4to. White Knights, 4614, 3s. Bindley, pt. iv. 955, 4s. 6d. 1580. 4to. Boswell, 3009, 5s. 3011, 18s. 1584. 4to. Reed, 1761, 4s. 6d. 1585. 4to. Sir Thomas Wilson, in his preface, mentions that he was, on account of his writing the Art of Logic and of Rhetoric, imprisoned at Rome by the Inquisitors of the Holy See, as a presumptuous and dangerous Heretic; and observes, 'If others neuer gette more by Books than I haue doen, it wer better be a carter than a scholer, for worldlie profite.'
1022, 3s. 1648. folio. with portrait. | unimportant to the general reader, must be 1655. folio. 1661. folio. with por- interesting to those for whom it is peculiarly 1678. folio Best edition. designed. LARGE PAPER in royal 8vo.
Thomas, Bishop of Sodor and Man. The Works of Thomas Wilson, D.D. Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man, with his Life, compiled from authentic Papers, by C. Crutwell. Bath, 1781. 4to. 2 vols. With portrait of the Bishop by Sherwin. Bath, 1782. fol. 2 vols. with portrait. Bath, 1782. 8vo. 8 vols. Sotheby's in 1824, 31. 13s. 6d. Bath, 1797. 8vo. 8 vols. with portrait. Earl of Kerry, 566, date 1795, 4. 14s. 6d. Bath, 1806. 8vo. 8 vols. Williams, 1883, morocco, 61.
A useful work, praised by Dr. Johnson, to whom it is dedicated. Bindley, pt. iii. 2148, 4s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 1127, 6s.
Thomas. An Accurate Description of Bromley in Kent. London, 1797. 12mo.
Pp. 118, with two views. Walter. The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses in London; including the Lives of their Ministers and present State of Christianity in Britain. London, 1808-14. 8vo. 4 vols. This book is of the nature of our topographical histories; and though uninviting and
History of the Life and Times of Daniel Defoe. London, 1830. 8vo. 3 vols. with portrait of Defoe.
A Description of the bloody Battle which happened at Bothwell-Bridge, near Hamilton, on the twenty-second of June, 1679. Written by W. W. Printed in the Year 1796.
This poem, of which there have been various editions, chiefly without either date or place, is reprinted, with some variations of text, in Various Pieces of fugitive Scotish Poetry,' edited by Laing.
W. The Post-Chaise Companion; or Traveller's Directory thro' Ireland. Dublin, 1786. 8vo.
I ever saw'. Nearly the whole of the work Sir R. C. Hoare says, this is the best Iter is incorporated in Gough's edition of Camden's Britannica, 1789.
William, B. D. An Illustration of the Method of explaining the New Testament by the early Opinions of Jews and Christians concerning Christ. Cambridge, 1797. 8vo. 6s.
Written principally as a refutation of Dr. Priestley's History of early Opinions.
William Rae. Travels in Egypt and the Holy Land. The second Edition: with a Journey through Turkey, Greece, the Ionian Isles, Sicily, Spain, &c. By William Rae Wilson. Lond. 1824.
by Thomas Rowlett, att his Shop neare Temple Barre.
A copy is in the British Museum. Bindley, pt. iv. 635, 561. 14s. See Upcott's English Topography, iii. 1310-2.
Wilton House.-A Description of the Antiquities and Curiosities in Wilton House. Sarum, 1786. 4to.
Pp. xxxviii and 117 (erroneously marked 93), also a title-page and 25 engravings by J. A. Gresse.
Wily beguilde. A pleasant Comedie, called Wily beguilde. London, 1606. 4to.
Not divided into acts. 1623. 4to. Rhodes, 435, 12s. Roxburghe, 4344, 1. 1s. Inglis' Old Plays, 126, 17. 5s. 1635. 4to. Reed, 8622, 5s. 6d. Rhodes, 436, 7s. 1638. 4to. n. d. 4to. Rhodes, 437, 10s. 6d. Reprinted in the third volume of Hawkins' Origin of the English Drama.
WIMBELDON, R. A godlie and famous Sermon, preached in the Yeere of our Lord 1388, at Paules Crosse, on the Sunday of Quinquagesima, by R. Wimbeldon, and found out hyd in a Wall. London by Iohn Charlewood, 1584. 16mo. D, in eights. The text, Luke, 16, 2. 1573. 16mo. 1575. 16mo. F 4, in eights. 1579. 16mo. 1582. 16mo. 1617. 12mo. 5s. Black letter. 1634. 12mo. 1635. 12mo.
WIMPFFEN, Francis Alexander Stanislaus, Baron de. A Voyage to St. Domingo, in the Years 1788, 1789, and 1790, translated from the original Manuscript by J. Wright. London, 1797. Svo. 3s.
Fonthill, 2822, 16s. WINCH, Sir Humphry. Reports of choice Cases in the four last Years of King James. London, 1657. folio. 10s. 6d.
Book of Entries. London, 1680. fol. 6s. N. J. The Botanist's Guide through the Counties of Northumberland and Durham. By N. J. Winch, John Thornhill, and Richard Waugh. Newcastle upon Tyne, 1805, and Gateshead, 1807. 8vo. 2 vols.
Vol. I. Pp. 123, not including title and dedication, 2 leaves; errata, one leaf, and
preface, 7 pages. Vol. II. Pp. 112 and 32,
The History and Antiquities of Winchester. Winton. 1773. 12mo. 2 vols. By some erroneously attributed to Thomas Warton, B. D. Towneley, pt. ii. 432, 7s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 1618, 9s. Dent, pt. i. 1065, morocco, 19s. Heath, 4673, il. 11s. THICK PAPER. Dent, pt. ii. 1128, morocco, 11. 58. Collation.-Vol. I. Pp. 237, not including title, dedication, preface, and directions for placing the cuts (8 and 5), 6 leaves. Vol. II. Pp. 299, not including title and errata, two leaves-pages 265 to 269 are omitted.
Wind. Essay upon Wind, with curious Anecdotes of eminent Pe teurs, humbly dedicated to the Lord Chancellor printed on superfine pot Paper, at the Office of Peter Puffendorf, Potsdam. Svo.
The Copie of a Letter sent from the roaring Boyes in Elizium to the two arrant Knights of the Grape, in Limbo, Alderman Abel and M. Kilvert, the two great Projectors for Wine; and to the rest of the worshipfull Brotherhood of that Patent. Brought over lately by Quart Pot, an ancient Servant to Bacchus, whom for a long Time they had most cruelly rackt. 1641. 4to. Four leaves. This tract was reprinted in 1810.
Wine and Women, or a briefe Description of the common Courtesie of a Courtezan. 1647. White Knights, 4481, 6s.
The Juice of the Grape; or, Wine preferable to Water. London, 1724. 8vo.
A brief Relation of the Life and Death of the late famous Mathematician and Astrologer, Vincent Wing, by J. G. London, 1670. 4to.
WINGATE, Edmund. Arithmetic, by James Dodson. London, 1753. 8vo. 5s.
Best edition. This celebrated treatise was first published in 1629, and has since that been frequently reprinted, with additions by J. Kersey, G. Shelley, &c.
The Royall Pallace of Audly End, takea and engraved by Hen. Winstanley of Lettlebury, Gent. This view, according to Upcott, consists of six sheets, and when joined together forms a plate in size 5 ft. 2 in. by 3 ft. deep in the back ground is a view of Saffron Walden.
Jerrard. The Law of Freedom in a Platform, or the Magistracy restored. London, 1652. 4to.
Hollis, 1542, morocco, 15s. This Surrey Digger' published other tracts, 1649-52, respecting Commons, Waste Lands, &c.
William. Lives of the most famous English Poets. London,
To this wretched compilation a frontispiece is affixed, containing a portrait of Winstanley, 'the barber', by F. H. Van Hove. Lloyd, 1227, 3s. 6d. Bindley, pt. iii. 1946, 13s. Re-Nassau, pt. ii. 1244, russia, 14s.
WINKELMAN, John. Reflections on the Painting and Sculpture of the Greeks with Instructions for the Connoisseur, and an Essay on Grace in Works of Art. Translated from the German of the Abbé Winkelmann, by Henry Fusseli, A. M. London, 1765. 8vo.
Bindley, pt. iv. 853, 3s. 6d. WINSLOW, Edward. Good Newes from New England; or a true lation of Things very Remarkable at the Plantation of Plimouth in N. England: together with a Relation of Customes among the Indians. By E. W. London, 1624. 4to.
George Douglas, M.D. London, 1733. 4to. 2 vols.
Gordonstoun, 2405, 15s. Winslow published others tracts relating to New England, most of which are in the British Museum.
Ja. Ben. M.D. Anatomy, by
Frequently reprinted. WINSTANLEY, Henry. Plans, Elevations, and particular Prospects of Audley-end. Engraved by Henry Winstanley at Littlebury. Oblong
Size 18 inches by 14. Bindley, pt. iv. 632, 17. 17s. resold Hibbert, 8647, 174 At Dr. Mead's sale a copy produced 40 er 50 pounds. The volume consists of 24 plates, not including three engraved dedications to James II. to James Earl of Suffolk, and to Sir Christopher Wren, Knt. all signed by Henry Winstanley. The plates, with the exception of the dedications and no. 5, ‘s general prospect of the Royal Palace of AudIyene', no. 9, 'the easte side of the great
court, being the fore side of the great hali', and no 17, the prospect of the south side of the little court', will be found in the Supplement to the Nouveau Theâtre de la Grande Bretagne. Copies of these 24 prints were likewise made and engraved by Winstanley, about the same period, in a quarto size, but which are so scarce that a perfect set is unknown.
The Muses Cabinet, stored with Variety of Poems. London, 1655. 12mo. Reed, 7895, 4s. 6d.
England's Worthies. London, 1660. 8vo. with a frontispiece. Bindley, pt. iv. 500, 11s. Stanley, 54, 15s. Lloyd, 1226, 14. 2s.
1684. 8vo. with a frontispiece. Bindley, pt. iii. 2139, 8s. 6d. Nassau, pt. ii. 1242, with a portrait of Winstanley, russia, 17. 10s.
The loyall Martyrology. London, 1663.