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Wood (Anthony à). Athenæ Oxonienses:

(1721), 3076

(1813), 1902, 2831, 4491
Wood (Anthony à).

Historia Universitatis
Oxoniensis (1674), 3076
Wood (Anthony à).

History of Oxford
University (1792-96), 4492
Wood (J. G.) Prints of Mansions of Kent,

3419
Wood (W.) New England's Prospect :

(1634), 7563*

(1635), 7765
Woodburn (S.) Gallery of Rare Portraits

(1816), 4592
Wood-carving. See Cabinet-Making
Wood (G. M.) Elements of Bacchus (1792),

5540
Woodward (G. M.) Matrimonial Comforts

(n. d.). 5646
Woodward (J.) Heraldry, British and

Foreign (1892), 3663
Wooldridge (H. 8.) Oxford History of

Music (1901-5), 348
Woolton (Jno.) Immortalitie of the Soule

The Christian Manuall, and other
Works (1576-7), 2262
Worcester (Marquis of). Century

ventions (1663), 770
Wordsworth (C.) Greece, Pictorial, etc.:

(1839), 8184

(1853), 5282
Wordsworth (W.). Concerning the Rela-

tions of Great Britain, Spain and Por-

tugal to each other (1809), 4591
Wordsworth (W.) Lyrical Ballads :

(1798-1800), 7614*

(1800), 8337
Wordsworth (W.) Poems :

(1807), 8298
(1841-2), 4493, 5283

(1882-9), 2147
Wordsworth (W.) Sonnet on the Sonnet

(MS.), 4828
World in Miniature. See Shoberl, Row-

landson
World's Best Essays, The (1900), 400
Worlidge (Jno.) Systema Agriculturæ

(1687), 2263
Worsley (R.) History of the Isle of Wight

(1781), 3693
Worthy (C.) Devonshire Parishes (1887-

Wright (E.) Treatise of Dialling (1614),

644
Wright (Jos.) English Dialect Dictionary

(1896-1905), 95, 2148
Wright (T.) Roll of Arms of the Princes,

etc. who attended Edward I. to the

Siege of Caerlaverock (1864), 7922
Wyclif (John). Prayers of the Bible taken

out of the Olde Testament and the Newe

(the VI. Parts, c, 1527), 4796
Wyntoun (A.) Cronykil of Scotland

(1795), 2832
Wyther (Geo.) See Wither

Xenophon. Opera (1691-1703), 4193
Ximenes (A.) Description del Real Mon-

asterio de San Lorenzo del Escorial
(1764), 3368

9), 6071
Wouvermans (P.) Euvres :

(1737), 4191

(1741), 4192
Wraxall (Sir Ni W.) Historical and Post-
humous Memoirs :

(1818-36), 4357
(1884), 3367

(Christ.) Parentalia (1903, Essex
House Press), 147

Yachting. See Ships and Shipping
Yarranton (A.) England's Improvement

by Land and Sea (1681), 645, 691
Year Books of Probates (Canterbury

Court), 6072
Yellow Book, The (13 vols.), 4955
Yonge (N.) Musica Transalpina (1588),

2422
Yosy (A.) Switzerland (1815)-Dress and

Manners of the Swiss (1815), 5741
Youait (W.) The Complete Grazier (1908),

5824
Young (A.) Tour in Ireland (1780), 4194
Young (A.) Travels through France

(1792), 4494
Young (E.) Night Thoughts:

(1788, Presentation Copy from

Burns), 7597*

(1797), 96, 4818
Young (T.) England's Bane (1617), 646
Yriarte (C.) Florence, L'Histoire, etc.

(1881), 8185
Yriarte (C.) Mantegna, Sa Vie, etc.

(1901), 4049
Yule (Col.) See Marco Polo

Zahn (W.) Ornamente Pompeii, Herku-

lanum und Stabiæ (1828-52), 4195
Zeitschrift für Bucherzeichen-Bibliotheken-

kunde (Ex Libris), 6073
Zeller (E.) History of Greek Philosophy

(1868-81), 2149
Zenger (J. P.), Trial of, 7772
Zeuss (J. C.) Grammatica Celtica (1871),

3309
Zola (Emile). Works (Lutetian Soc., 1894-

5), 259, 3694
Zouch (Thos.) Life of Walton:

(1823), 2829
(1825), 2334

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