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London, 1825.

F. Partington. 12mo. 7s. 6d.

A valuable, curious and amusing little work, with excellent notes. London, 1663. 24mo. 91 pages. Willett, 2608, 10s. Bindley, pt. iv. 495, 12s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1292, 13s. Baker, 705, 13s. Dent, pt. ii. 1137, morocco, 17. Hibbert, 8652, morocco,

21. 2s. This edition is reprinted in the fourth volume of the Harleian Miscellany. 1746. White Knights, 5506, morocco, 19s. 1748. Bindley, pt. iv. 496, with ms. additions, 7s. 6d. 1763. White Knights, 5508, morocco, 7s. Glasgow, 1767. 18mo. 3s. Bindley, pt. iv. 876, 4s. Reed, 1642, 10s. White Knights, 5507, morocco, 16s. By

1786. 18mo.

Buddle. Newcastle, 1813. Brockett, 3294, 17.

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Worcester's Apothegms or witty Sayings of the Rt. Hon. Henry late Marquis and Earl of Worcester, &c. London, 1650. 12mo. This volume has a curious woodcut representing King Charles with the Marquis of Worcester, and a third person standing behind the king holding a drawn sword.

In the British Museum is a folio broadside signed Worcester, in which he gives a description of his Stupendous Water-Commanding Engine boundless for Height and Quantity.'

See Apophthegms. BAYLY, Thomas. Worcester. Sketch of the Antiquities of the ancient City of Worcester. London. sm. 8vo.

Pp. 16, with 14 views on 3 plates.

Briefe Discourse of two of the most cruell and bloudie Murders, committed bothe in Worcestershire. London, 1583. 16mo. A copy is in the British Museum.

Words made visible, or Grammar and Rhetorick accommodated to the Lives of Men. Lond. 1679. 8vo. By Samuel Shaw. Reed, 172, 4s. 6d. 1683. Svo.

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Sir John Davies' Nosce teipsum, reprinted and adorned with cuts. Lloyd, 1346, 2. 10s.


1655. 4to.

4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1540, 37. 4s.

Works of celebrated Authors. London, 1750. 12mo. 3 vols. Heath, 1782, 18s. 6d.

Works of the Author of the Whipping-Tom. 1723.

Hibbert, 8654, 2s.

Works of the Earls of Rochester, Roscommon and Dorset. 1757.


With plates. Field, 1671, 11s. Works of the Learned.-The Works of the Learned, or an Historical Account and Impartial Judgment of Books newly printed, both Foreign and Domestick, to be published monthly. By J. De la Crose, a late author of the Universal Historical Bibliotheque. London,

1691-2. 4to.

Pp. 398, with two indexes. The first number was published in Aug. 1691, and the last in April, 1692.

The History of the Works of the Learned, or an impartial Account of Books, lately printed in all Parts of Europe, with a particular Relation of the State of Learning in each Country. Done by several hands. London, 1699-1712. 4to. 13 vols. and one number of vol. 14.

The History of the Works of the Learned, Learning throughout Europe, and containgiving a general View of the State of ing an impartial Account and accurate Abstracts of the most valuable Books published in G. Britain and Foreign Parts. Interspersed with Dissertations on several curious and entertaining Subjects, critical Reflections, and Memoirs of the most eminent Writers in all Branches of polite Literature. London, 1737-43. 8vo. vols. This work commenced in January, 1737, and was continued, without intermission, until the end of the year 1743.


World. The World, by Adam

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A propre new Interlude of the Worlde and the Chylde. London by me Wynkyn de Worde, 1522. 4to. pp. 36, black letter. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 857, 301. - 1817. 4to. Presented to the Members of the Roxburghe Club by Lord Althorp. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1621, 1. 15s. Dent, p. ii. 1199, 17. 10s. Boswell, 3036, 41. 6s. It is like

wise reprinted in the new edition of Dodsley's

Collection of Old Plays.

A World of Wonders. A Masse of Murthers. A Covie of Cosonages. London, W. Barley, 1595. 4to. Black letter. Hibbert, 8688, morocco. 17. 19s. Gordonstoun, 2388, 51.

The Worlde possessed with Deuils. London by Thomas Dawson, 1583. sm. 8vo. 2 pts. Black letter. Reed, 3389, 15s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1295, 1. 15s. Perry, pt. iv. 509, 11. 17s.



The World displayed, or a curious Collection of Voyages and Travels. London, 1759, &c. 20 vols. 17. 10s. With plates, published by Newbery. The introduction was written by Dr. Sam. Johnson. Sotheby's in 1824, 21. 2s.

London, 1753-6. fol.

The World turn'd upside down. 4to. White Knights, 4623, 11s.

The Discovery of a new World. HEALEY, John. WILKINS, John.

The World unmasked, or the Philosopher the greatest Cheat. London, 1736. 8vo. 5s. By some attributed to Bernard Mandeville.

New Discoveries concerning the World and its Inhabitants. London, 1778. 8vo. Fonthill, 2780, 18s.

The World in Miniature, edited by F. Shoberl.

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Bibliotheca Legum, by John Worrall. London, 1788. 12mo. 2 vols.

WORSLEY, Sir Richard. Museum Worsleyanum, or a Collection of antique Bassorelievos, Bustos, Statues and Gems, with Views of Places in the Levant, taken on the

Spot in the Years 1785-6-7. Lond.

1794-1803. folio. 2 vols.

Of this work 200 copies of vol. 1. and 100 copies of vol. II. were printed, none of which were ever sold during the life of the author. The expenses attending this publication, including the author's travels, are said to have amounted to 27,000% An ample analysis and collation of the Museum Worsleyanum is given in Savage's Librarian, vol. 1. 97-116, 145-67, and 193-211. Some copies have not the letter of the University to Sir R. Worsley. Duke of York, 3426, morocco, 161. Combe, 2349, 187. 10s. Dent, pt. ii. 783, with the letter printed on vellum, morocco, 227. 18. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 418, with the letter, morocco, 227. 11s. 6d. North, pt. ii. 1424, morocco, 681. 58. Towneley, pt. i. 775, morocco, 961. 12s. London, 1824. royal 4to. 12 parts, published at 127. 12s. LARGE PAPER. imper. 4to. 2 vols. published at 187. 18s.

The History of the Isle of Wight, [by Sir Richard Worsley, Bart.] London, 1781. 4to. Hibbert, 8689, 17s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1542, russia, 11. 2s. Duke of York, 5513, 11. 11s. Dent, pt. ii. 1373, russia, 17. 13s Bindley, pt. iv. 843, 11. 15s. Roxburghe, 8627, 21. 78. Marquis of Townshend, 3449, 27. 14s. Heath, 4670, 21. 19s. Willett, 2649, 31. 4s. Edwards, 640, russia, 31. 5s. Collation.-Title and dedication to the King, 2 leaves; preface, 4 pages; contents, 3 pages; history, 274 pages; table of contents of the appendix, 8 pages; appendix, 162

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Catalogue raisonné of the principal Paintings, Sculptures, Drawings, &c. &c. at Appuldurcombe House, the Seat of Sir R. Worsley. London, 1804. 4to. Twentyfive copies printed for private distribution.

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An Essay on the Scheme and Conduct, Procedure and Extent of Man's Redemption, designed for the Honour and Illustration of Christianity. London, 1743. 8vo. 5s. The historical Sense of the Mosaic Ac

count of the Fall proved and vindicated. London, 1751. 8vo.

The Use, Value, and Improvement of various Readings shewn and illustrated. Oxford, 1764. 8vo.

The Evidences of Christianity deduced from Facts, and the Testimony of Sense, throughout all Ages of the Church to the present Time, in a Series of Discourses preached at Boyle's Lecture in 1766, 7, 8. London, 1769. 8vo. 2 vols.

The Scripture Theory of the Earth, throughout all its Revolutions, and all the Periods of its Existence from the Creation

to the final Renovation of all Things.

London, 1773. 8vo.

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Queen of Scots and the Protector, 36 plates, published at 37. 12s. Proofs, 4to. 61. 6s. India proofs, 97. 9s. Characters and Elegies. WORTLEY, Sir in the Yeere 1646. 4to.

Pp. 68, inscribed to the Lovers of Honour and Poesie.' Marquis of Townshend, 3450, 10s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1110, 21. 78. North, pt. iii. 620, morocco, 31. 15s. pt. ii. 1543, russia, 37. 19s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 846, 41. 4s.

Francis, Bart. Printed

The Dvtie of Sir Francis Wortley delineated, in his pious Pitty and Christian

Commiseration of the Sorrowes and Sufferings of the Lady Elizabeth Queene of Bohemia. London, 1641. 4to. In verse. Bindley, pt. iv. 947, with Wortley's Characters and Elegies, 1646, 47. 12s.

De WOTTON, Edward, M.D. Differentiis Animalium Libri X. Lutet. 1552. folio.

This work, dedicated to K. Edward VI. is spoken of in terms of the highest praise by Gesner, who commends it for the judicious selection from the most valuable writings of the ancients, and the great purity of style with which the whole is written. He adds, that the notes are most learned, and the emendations very useful.

A courtlie Con- Henry. troversie of Cupids Cautels, con- : taining five tragicall Historyes by three Gentlemen and two Gentlewomen, transl. out of French by H. Wotton. Impr. by John Caldock and Henry Bynneman, 1578. 4to. Black letter. Steevens, 1189, no title, 17. 4s.

- Sir Henry, Knt. Reliquiæ Wottonianæ or, a Collection of Lives, Letters, Poems; with Characters of sundry Personages: and other incomparable Pieces of Language and Art by Sir H. Wotton, Kt. The fourth Edition, with Additions of several Letters to the Lord Zouch, never publish'd till now. Lond. 1685. 8vo.

Pp. 713, besides title, epistle dedicatory to Philip Earl of Chesterfield, an advertise

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A Parallel betweene Robert late Earl of Essex and George late Duke of Buckingham. London, 1641. 4to. Pp. 14, not including the title, on which are two wretched woodcut portraits. Lloyd, 1348, 5s. Gordonstoun, 2398, 14s. Nassau, pt. i. 1545, 17. Kent, 1814. 8vo. Printed at the private press at Lee Priory. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1081, 5s. It is reprinted in the fourth volume of the Somers' Collection of Tracts, and in the Reliquiæ.

A short View of the Life and Death of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. London, 1642. 4to. Pp. 28, not including the title, with a portrait of the Duke Crux Fidei Coticula.' Nassau, pt. i. 1544, 18s. Reprinted in the eighth volume of the Harleian Miscellany.

The State of Christendom. London, 1657. fol. with portrait of Wotton, 'æt. 72,' sitting in a chair. Bindley, pt. iii. 1249, 3s. 1667. folio.

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in his Essay on ancient and modern Learning. Wotton is severely attacked by Swift in his Tale of a Tub and Battle of the Books. -London, 1697. 8vo. To this second edition was annexed the elaborate Dissertation upon Phalaris by Bentley. The additions were published separately for the subscribers of the first impression.-To which is added a Defence thereof. London, 1705. 8vo.

The History of Rome, from the Death of Antoninus Pius to the Death of Leverus Alexander. London, 1701. Svo. A species of medallic history, with several useful tables of medals. Hibbert, 8655, 3s. 6d. Bindley, pt. iii. 2157, 6s. Roscoe, 356, 10s. 6d.

Linguarum veterum Septentrionalium Thesauri, Auctore G. Hickesio, Conspectus brevis. Lond. 1708. 8vo. 3s.

A short View of Hickes' Thesaurus, with Notes by Maurice Shelton. London, 1735 or 1737. 4to. Horne Tooke, 799, 17s.

Miscellaneous Discourses relating to the Traditions and Usages of the Scribes and Pharisees, in our Saviour Jesus Christ's Time. London, 1718. 8vo. 2 vols. A curious work, displaying a very extensive acquaintance with rabbinical Literature, and illustrating Goldsmid, many passages of Holy Writ. 688, 11s.

Discourse on the Confusion of Language at Babel. London, 1730. 8vo. A learned tract in opposition to Le Clerc, edited by Bowyer, the printer.

Leges Wallicæ ecclesiasticæ et civiles Lond. 1730. fol. The preface was written by Dr. Sam. Clarke. LARGE PAPER. Sotheby's in 1824, 17. 5s. Willett, 2711, 17. 14s.

Thoughts concerning a proper Method of studying Divinity. London, 1734. 8vo. With Notes by Dr. Henry Cotton. Oxford, 1818. 8vo. 3s.

WRAGHTON, William. The Rescvynge of the Romishe Fox otherwyse called the Examination of the Hunter deuised by Steuen Gardiner. The seconde Covrse of the Hvnter at the Romishe Fox & hys Aduocate, & sworne Patrone Steuen Gardiner Doctor & Defender of the Popis Canonlaw & hys ungodly Ceremonies. Rede in the last Lefe the xij Articles of Bisshop Steuens neuu Popish Credo. Winchester, by me Hans Hit Prik, 1545. 8vo.

This volume, dedicated to K. Henry VIII. by William Wraghton, contains n, in eights Inglis, 1548, 17. 13s.

The Huntyng and Fyndyng out of the Romishe Fox whiche more then seuen Yeares

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London, 1795. 4to. 3 vols. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1112, 17. 11s. 6d. Fonthill, 1818, 27. 2s. Edwards, 677, 31. 13s. 6d.

WREN, Sir Christopher. An historical and architectural Account of St. Peter in Westminster, &c. &c. In a Letter to the Lord Bishop of Rochester, from Sir Chr. Wren. 1713.

An article on Gothic Architecture, with a notice of the above, will be found in the Retrospective Review, x. 1-19.

Christophori Wren Numismatum antiquorum Sylloge, Populis Græcis, Municipiis & Coloniis Romanis cusorum, ex Cimeliarcho Editoris. Lond. 1708. 4to.

A Catalogue of Churches in London, built by Sir Christ. Wren, from 1668 to 1718, engraved by Hulsberg. Reed, 8937, 17. 7s. See ELMES, James.

Christopher. Parentalia, or Memoirs of the Family of the Wrens; viz. of Matthew, Bishop of Ely; Christopher, Dean of Windsor, &c., but chiefly of Sir Christopher Wren. London, 1750. fol.

Published by Joseph Ames, author of the Typographical Antiquities. Collation.Title, one leaf; list of subscribers, 2 pages; an engraved dedication to the Rt. Hon. Arthur Onslow, one leaf; table, 4 pages; editor's preface, 4 pages; introduction, 6 pages; the work, 368 pages; index and list of plates, 14 in number, 4 pages. An analysis of the work will be found in Savage's Librarian, ii. 253-77. Hibbert, 8716, russia, 77. 17s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 1462, 67. 16s. 6d. Brockett, 3411, with some additional portraits, 81. 8s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1634, 97. 15s. Baker, 155, 11. Towneley, pt. ii. 1691, 117. Matthew, Bishop of Ely. Wren's Anatomy: discovering his notorious Pranks and shamefull Wickedness; with some of his most lewd Facts and infamous Deeds; both in his Government of Peterhouse Colledge, and domineering in three Bishopricks, to his perpetuall Shame and Infamy. Printed in the Year, that Wren ceased to domineer, 1641. 4to.

Cursory Remarks made in a Tour through some of the northern Parts of Europe, particularly Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Petersburgh. London, 1775. 8vo. Drury, 4953, 5s. 6d. Fonthill, 2027, date 1776, 9s. Wraxall effected a journey of 2000 miles round the Baltic Sea, in the course of five months.

The History of France, under the Kings of the Race of Valois, from the Accession of

Charles the Fifth, in 1364, to the Death of

Charles the Ninth in 1574. The second

Edition, with very considerable Augmenta-
tions. London, 1785. 8vo. 2 vols. Ed-
wards, 678, 8s. 6d. - 1777. 8vo. 2 vols.

Memoirs of the Courts of Berlin, Dresden, Warsaw, and Vienna, in the Years 1777, 1778, and 1779. London, 1799. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s. Roxburghe, 7916, 16s.

The History of France from 1574 to 1610,
preceded by a View of the civil, military and
political State of Europe between the middle
and the close of the 16th Century; and fol-

lowed by a View of the State of Europe at
the Accession of Louis XIII. by Sir N. W.
Wraxall, Bart. The second Edition. Lon-
don, 1814. 8vo. 6 vols. Drury, 4595, 27. 5s. 652, 10s. 6d.

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With a satyrical wood-cut print of the Bishop. Bindley, pt. iv. 959, with two other tracts relating to Wren, 10s.

WRIGHT, Abraham. Delitiæ Delitiarum, Epigrammatum Selectio. Oxon. 1637. 12mo.

Dent, pt. ii. 1138, 6s. Bindley, pt. iv.

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