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PULPIT. The British Pulpit; Vol. 1. 8° Lond.


An Essay on the Action proper for the Pulpit. 8° Lond.

The Pulpit; Vol. xxii-xxiv.

8° Lond. 1834.

PULTENEY (Sir wм.). Substance of a Speech, on his motion for shortening the time during which the Bank of England should be restrained from issuing cash. 8° Lond. 1797. PULTON (FERDINANDO). A Kalender of Statutes. Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

A Collection of sundrie Statutes frequent in use. fol. Lond. 1618. Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

fol. Lond. 1622.

fol. Lond. 1608.

fol. Lond. 1612.

fol. Lond. 1617.

Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq. PURSER (CHARLES). The Prospects of the Nation in regard to the National Gallery. 8° Lond. 1833.

fol. Lond. 1640.

fol. Lond. 1661.

PUTEANUS (ERRICUS). Modulata Pallas, sive Septem Discrimina Vocum ad harmonicæ lectionis usum aptata. 8° Mediolani, 1599.

PÜTTMANNUS (J. L. E.). Memoria Gottfridi Mascovii. Accedunt Jo. Barbeyrack, C. G. Schwarzii, J. D. Koeleri, N. H. Gundlingii, J. G. Heineccii, G. Mascovii, et J. G. Boehmii Epistolæ ; necnon Specimen Manuscripti Græci Eclogam Legum continentis. 8° Lips.


PYLE (TH.). A Letter to him on his Exceptions against Mr. Law's first Letter to the Bishop of Bangor. 8° Lond. 1718.

An Answer to Mr. Stebbing's "Miscellaneous Observations." 8° Lond. 1719.

PYM (JOHN). Twee Oratien d'eene gedaen door den Grave van Hollant ende d' ander door Mr. Johan Pym, getranslateert uyt Engels. 4° Amstelredam.

QUAKERISM. A new Frame for the Picture of Quakerism, in eight Parts; Pt. 1. [By Francis Bugg.] 8° Lond. 1719.

QUAKERS. The Case of the People called Quakers, relating to Oathes and Swearing. 16° 1673.

QUAKERS. Tyranny and Hypocrisy detected: or, a further discovery of the tyrannical-government, popish-principles, and vile practices of the now-leading Quakers. 8° Lond. 1675.

To the King and Parliament; the case of the people called Quakers stated. 4o 1680.

Some few of the Quakers' many Blasphemies, Heresies, and treasonable Practices. 4° Lond. 1699.

Some Remarks on the Quakers' Address to his Majesty, dated 8. 10 Mon. 1701. (s. sh.)

An Account of some Prosecutions against the People called Quakers for non-payment of Tythes. 4° Lond. 1706.


The Christianity of the People commonly called Quakers, asserted by them. 8° Lond. 1706.

The Tory Quaker; or, Aminadab's new Vision. 8° Lond.

Rules of Discipline of the Religious Society of Friends, with Advices. 4° Lond. 1834.

QUARLES (FRAN.). Divine Fancies, digested into Epigrams, Meditations, and Observations. 8° Lond. 1675.

QUARLES (JOHN). Fons Lachrymarum; or, a Fountain of Tears; from whence doth flow England's Complaint. 8° Lond. 1648.


God's Love and Man's Unworthiness: with a discourse between the Soul and Satan. 8° Lond. 1651.

Divine Meditations upon several subjects. 8° Lond.

Triumphant Chastity: or, Joseph's Self-Conflict. A divine Poem. 8° Lond. 1684.

QUELEN (AUGUSTUS VAN). Verhael vanden staet van Fernanbuc. 4° Amsterdam, 1640.


QUERIES. Quæries: or, a dish of pickled herring shread, cut and prepared according to the Dutch fashion; for the squeamish consciences of English Phanaticks. 4o Amst., reprinted Lond. 1665.

A Resolution of certain Queries concerning submission to present government. 4° Lond. 1689.

Queries to the new Hereditary Right-men. 8° Lond. 1710. QUESTION. The great Question: or, how religion, property and liberty are to be best secured. 4° Lond. 1690.

QUESTIONS. Four Questions debated. 1. Whether the exercise of the government be subverted? 2. Whether the power of settling it is in the people? 3. Whether it is best to settle it in the next by lineal descent, if James II. was dead? 4. Whether 'tis consistent with the Prince's honour to accept of the government? 4° Lond. 1689.

QUESTIONS. Four grand Questions proposed, and briefly answered. 4° Lond. 1689.

The two great Questions consider'd. 1. What the French King will do, with respect to the Spanish Monarchy? 2. What measures the English ought to take? 4° Lond. 1700.

QUETELET (A.). Recherches sur la population, les naissances, les décès, les prisons, les dépôts de mendicité, etc., dans le royaume des PaysBas. 8° Bruxelles, 1827.

et SMITS (AD.). Recherches sur la Reproduction et la Mortalité de l'Homme aux differens Ages, et sur la population de la Belgique. 8° Bruxelles, 1832.

QUEVEDO VILLEGAS (FRANCISCO). Obras; 11 Vol. 8° Madrid, 1791-4. QUICQUER (G.). Dictionaire et Colloques François Breton. 8° Quimper,


QUIN (F. F.). Pharmacopoeia Homœopathica. 1834. 8° Lond.

QUIN (M. J.). An Examination of the grounds upon which the Ecclesiastical and Real Property Commissioners and a Committee of the House of Commons have proposed the abolition of the Local Courts of Testamentary Jurisdiction. 8° Lond. 1834.

QUINTILIANUS (M. FABIUS). Lexicon Quintilianum.

[Editionis Spaldingiana Vol. VI.] Curavit Eduardus Bonnellus. 8° Lips. 1834. QUIRINI (SEBASTIANO). La bella Pescatrice. Idilio. 8° Terni, 1619. QUIROS (FRANCISCO BERNARDO DE). Obras. 4o Madr. 1656.

QUISTORPIUS (BERNH. FRIDER.). De Atheismo Benedicti de Spinoza Dissertatio. 4o Rostoch.

RABUS (GULIELMUS). Carminum liber primus. 8° Roterod. 1707. RADCLIFFE (E.). Two Sermons, preached Feb. 17, 1758. [A Fast-Day.] 8° Lond. 1758.

A Discourse occasioned by the Victory gained by Prince Ferdinand of Brunswic. 8° Lond. 1759.

RAE (JOHN). Statement of some new Principles on the subject of Political Economy, exposing the fallacies of the system of Free Trade. 8° Boston, 1834.

RAGG (THOMAS). The Deity, a Poem, in twelve books. With an introductory Essay by Isaac Taylor. 12° Lond. 1834.

The Martyr of Verulam, and other poems. 8° Lond.


RAINE (JAMES). Catterick Church, in the county of York. A copy of the contract for its building, dated in 1412, with remarks and notes. 4° Lond. 1834.

RALEIGH (Sir WALTER). Verclaringe ende verhael hoe Wouter Raleighe, Ridder, hem ghedreghen heeft soo wel in sijne Voyaghe, als in ende sedert sijne wedercomste. 4° Gravenhage, 1619.

RAM (JAMES). The Science of Legal Judgment. A Treatise. 8° Lond. 1834.

RAMADGE (F. H.). Consumption curable. 4° Lond. 1834.
RAMMOHUN ROY, Rajah. The Precepts of Jesus the Guide to Peace and
Happiness. With the first Appeal to the Christian Public in reply to
the observations of Dr. Marshman. 8° Lond. 1833.

Second Appeal. 8° Lond. 1834.

Final Appeal to the Christian Public, in de

fence of "The Precepts of Jesus." 8° Lond. 1834. RAMOS (ANTONIO). Descripcion Genealogica de la Casa de Aguayo, y lineas que se derivan de ella desde que se conquistó Andalucía por el Santo Rey D. Fernando III. hasta el presente. fol. Malaga, 1781. RÁM RÁZ. Essay on the Architecture of the Hindus. 4° Lond.


RAMSAY (DAVID). The Life of George Washington. 8° Lond. 1807. RANDOLPH (JOHN). Letters to a Young Relative. 8° Philadelphia, 1834. RAOUL (MAXIMILIEN). Histoire pittoresque du Mont-Saint-Michel, et de Tombelene. 8° Par. 1833.

RAPIN (RENÉ). Christus Patiens. Carmen heroicum. 8° Par. 1674. Epistola ad Cl. Pelterium summum Regii Ærarii Præfectum. 8° Par. 1684. RAPUN (NÍCOLAS JOSEPH). Reglamento para el Gobierno de los Hospitales Reales, erigidos en la Isla de Cuba, con destino à la curacion de las Tropas, Forzados, y Negros Esclavos de S. M. fol. Madr. 1776. RASK (RASMUS). Ræsonneret Lappisk Sproglære efter den Sprogart, som Bruges af Fjældlapperne i Porsangerfjorden i Finmarken. 8" Kobenh. 1832.

RASPAIL (F. V.). A new System of Organic Chemistry. With notes and additions, by William Henderson, M.D. 8° Lond. 1834. RASTAL (WILLIAM). A Colleccion of all the Statutes (from the begynning of Magna Carta unto the yere 1557) which were before that yere imprinted. 4° Lond., R. Tottyll, 1557. [Lit. Goth.] [Wanting title and other leaves.] Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

4° Lond., R. Tottell, 1559.

[Lit. Goth.] Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

Whereunto be added the collection of the Statutes, made in the fourth and fifth yeares of the reignes of King Philip and Queene Marye. And the Statutes made in the first and fifth yeare of Queene Elizabeth. fol. Lond., Richard Tottel, 1565. [Lit. Goth.] [With MS. notes.] Cooper, Esq.

Presented by C. P.


RASTAL (WILLIAM). A Collection of all the Statutes, from the beginning of Magna Charta unto this present yeare 1579. fol. Lond., Imprinted by Christopher Barker, 1579. Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

A Collection in English, of the Statutes now in force, from the beginning of Magna Charta untill the ende of the Session of Parliament holden 28 Eliz. fol. Lond. Imprinted by the Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1588. Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

[A Collection in English of Statutes now in force from the beginning of Magna Charta. fol. Lond. 1591?] [Title-page and part of Index wanting.] Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

A Collection, in English, of the Statutes now in force, continued from the beginning of Magna Charta until the end of the Parliament holden 35 Eliz. Whereunto are added, the statutes made in the Parliament holden 39 Eliz., 1598. fol. Lond. Imprinted by Thomas Wight and Bonham Norton, 1598. Presented by C. P.

Cooper, Esq.

A Collection, in English, of the Statutes now in force, from the beginning of Magna Charta untill the end of the Parliament holden 40 Eliz. fol. Lond. 1603. Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

A Collection, in English, of the Statutes now in force, continued from the beginning of Magna Charta untill the end of the Parliament holden 7 James. fol. Lond. 1615. Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

fol. Lond. 1621.

Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq.

RATHERIUS (-), Episcopus Veronensis. Opera. Curantibus P. et H. Balleriniis. fol. l'eron. 1765.

RATHKE (HEINRICH). Anatomisch-Philosophische Untersuchungen über den Kiemenappart und das Zungenbein der Wirbelthiere. 4° Riga und Dorpat, 1832.

RATTI (CARLO GIUSEPPE). Notizie Storiche sincere intorno la Vita e le Opere del celebre Pittore Antonio Allegri da Correggio. 8° Finale,


RAY (T.). A Vindication of Our Saviour's Miracles, in Answer to Mr. Thomas Woolston. 8° Lond. 1729.

in Answer to Mr.

8° Lond. 1730.

Woolston's Five last Discourses. RAYMOND (ROBERT), Lord. Reports of Cases argued and adjudged in the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, in the reigns of William, Anne, George I. and II. With notes by John Bayley, Esq. By Charles James Gale; Vol. 1. 8° Lond. 1832.

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