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BOWRING (JOHN). Minor Morals. 12° Lond. 1834.

BOYD (HUGH STUART). The Fathers not Papists; or, six discourses of fathers of the church; with extracts from their writings. Translated from the Greek. 8° Lond. 1834.

BOYDE (WILLIAM), Earl of Kilmarnock. Account of his Apparition to the Rev. Mr. Foster. 8° Lond. 1747.

BOYL (CARLOS). Vives de Canesmas, olim de Arenos. El Marido Asigurado. Comedia famosa. 4".

BOYS (J. DU). Schadelickheyt van de Cartesiaensche Philosophie; 4° Utrecht, 1656.

BOYS (T.). Helps to Hebrew. 8° Lond.

BOYSE (SAMUEL). Deity; a poem. 8° Lond. 1749.

BRABANT. Die blijde Incomste, den Hertochdom van Brabant verleent; 4o Cuelen, 1566.

Letteren van Verbande tusschen Brabant ende Vlaenderen int jaer 1339. 4° Delft, 1576.

4° Ghendt, 1578. BRADBURY (THOMAS). A Sermon preach'd Nov. 5, 1717. 8° Lond. 1718. BRADDOCK (-), Maj. Gen. The Expedition of Major General Braddock to Virginia. 8° Lond. 1755.

BRADFORD (JOHN). The Hurt of hearyng Masses. 16° Lond. H. Kirkham, 1580. [Lit. Goth.]

BRADFORD (SAMUEL), Bp. of Rochester. A Letter to him, occasioned by his Sermon, entituled "The Nature of Christian Union, &c." 8o Lond. 1718.

BRADSHAW (HENRY). The holy Lyfe and History of Saynt Werburge. 4o. Richarde Pynson, 1521. [Lit. Goth.] [With a MS. note by Mr. Heber.]

BRADY (J. H.). A popular Dictionary of Parochial Law and Taxation. Revised by J. N. Mahon, Esq. 12° Lond. 1834.

A Summary of the Stamp Duties. 12° Lond. 1834. # BRAGGE (FRANCIS). Works; 5 Vol. 8° Orf. 1833.

BRAMSEN (JOHN). A Guide to the German Language; with an appendix. 12° Lond. 1834.

BRANCH (JOHN). The Crisis of England; her danger and remedy. 8° Eye, 1834.

BRAND (WILLIAM), Jun. An Essay on Moral Tuition. 8° Lond. 1834.

BRANDY. A friendly Admonition to the Drinkers of Brandy, and other distilled spirituous Liquors. 8° Lond. 1734.

BRANNON (GEORGE). The Pleasure-Visitor's Companion in surveying the Isle of Wight. 8° Wootton, Isle of Wight, 1834. BRATHWAYTE (RICHARD). Remains after Death; including by way of discourse introduction divers memorable observances occasioned upon of epitaphs and epycedes. 8° Lond. John Beale, 1618.

The Golden Fleece. Whereto be annexed two elegies, entitled Narcissus Change, and Æsops Dotage. [And sonnets or madrigals.] 8° Lond. Printed by W. S. 1611.

BRAY (-), Mrs. Warleigh; or, the fatal oak. A legend of Devon; 8 Vol. 12° Lond. 1834.

BREAD. A temperate Discussion of the Causes which have led to the present high Price of Bread. 8° Lond. 1800.

BREBEUF (GUILLAUME DE). Entretiens solitaires; ou prières et meditations pieuses en vers François. 12° Par. 1670.

BREDOW (G. G.). Compendious View of universal History and Literature, in a Series of Tables. With a table of painters, from the notes of Sir Matthew Van Bree. The whole translated, with alterations and additions, by Major James Bell. fol. Lond. 1833.

BREITHAUPT (AUGUST.). Vollständige Characteristik des Mineral-System's. 8° Dresd. und Leipz. 1832.

BRETON (NICHOLAS). An olde Man's Lesson, and a young Man's Love. 4° Lond. Edward White, 1605.

Sir Philip Sidney's Ourania, that is, "Endimions Song and Tragedie, Containing all Philosophie."

4° Lond. Ed. Allde, 1606.

BRETT (THOMAS). A Letter of Advice to him. 8° Lond. 1715.

The divine Right of Episcopacy. 8° Lond. 1718.

A Supplement to the Remarks on the Rev. Dr. Waterland's "Review of the Doctrine of the Eucharist." 1738.

8° Lond.

BREVIARIUM Carmelitarum. 8° Venct. Lucas Antonius de Giunta, 1504. [Lit. Goth.]

BREWER (GEORGE). The Rights of the Poor considered; with the causes and effects of monopoly, and a plan of remedy by means of a popular progressive excise. 8° Lond. 1800.

BREWSTER (JAMES). Sermons on practical Subjects. 8° Edinb. 1833. * BREWSTER (JOHN). Reflections adapted to the holy Seasons of the Christian and Ecclesiastical Year. 12° Lond. 1834.

BRICE (THOMAS). A compendious Register in Metre, conteining the names, and pacient suffryngs of the membres of Jesus Christ, and the tormented, and cruelly burned within Englande, since the death of our famous kyng, of immortall memory, Edwarde the Sixte. 16° Lond. Jhon Kyngston, 1559. [Lit. Goth.] [A leaf wanting.]

16° Lond. Simon Stafford, 1599. [Lit. Goth.] BRIDGENS (R.). Sketches illustrative of the Manners and Costumes of France, Switzerland, and Italy. 4° Lond. 1821.

BRIDGES (CHARLES). The Christian Ministry; with an inquiry into the causes of its inefficiency; with an especial reference to the ministry of the Establishment. 12° Lond. 1830.

BRISTOL. An Act for dividing the Parish of Saint Philip and Jacob, in the County of Gloucester, and in the City and County of Bristol, and for erecting a Church in the new-intended Parish. 1750-51. fol. Presented by the Rev. Thomas Crompton.

BRITAIN, Great. Abstracts of the Number and yearly Pay of the Landforces of Horse, Foot, and Dragoons in Great Britain, for 1718. 4° Lond. 1718.

A Review of all that hath pass'd between the Courts of Great Britain and Spain, from 1721 to the present Convention. 8° Lond. 1739.

Observations on the Conduct of Great Britain, in respect to Foreign Affairs. 8° Lond. 1743.

The Question, Whether Great Britain and Ireland can be otherwise than miserable under a popish King? considered. 8° Dubl. 1745.

Case of Great Britain and America. 8° Lond. 1769. Reflections on the domestic and foreign Policy of Great Britain since the War. By a British Merchant. 8° Lond.


BRITTI (PAOLO). Gratiosissimo Dialogo fatto con Cate, e Checco. 8° Venetia, e Brescia.

Gratioso Dialogo fatto tra Betta, e Nane. 8° Venetia,

Nova Canzonetta nella qual s'intende come un povero forastiero fù trapolato da una Signora. 8° Venetia, e Brescia, 1628. Canzonetta nuova, sopra il proverbio dimandato ma tardi. 8° Venetia, e Brescia, 1628.

e Brescia, 1628.

Canzonetta nuova, nella qual s'intende una promissione fatta da un giovine di non voler mai più innamorarsi in cortegiane. 8° Venetia, e Brescia, 1628.

BRITTI (PAOLO). Ridicoloso Dialogo fatto tra huomo et donna. 80

Brescia, 1628.

Le Allegrezze che fa le Cortesane per esser zonto el Carneval. 8° Venetia, e Brescia, 1628.

Nuova Canzonetta fatta da un giovine innamorato in una Scaletera. 8° Venetia, e Brescia, 1628.

La nuova Canzonetta dove s'intende un giovane innamorato in una hortolana. 8° Brescia, 1628.

Romancina Canzonetta nuova. 8° Brescia, 1628. BRIXIA. Statuta Merchancie Merchatorum Brixie et Districtus, et cetera. fol. Brix. Thoma Ferrando auctore, 1473.

BROCARDO (GIACOPO). Upon the Revelation. 4°. [Lit. Goth.] [Title wanting.]

BROCHNER (JOHANNES). Idea Lexicographiæ Novi Testamenti. 8° Hauniæ, 1832.

BROCKEDON (W.). Finden's Illustrations of the Life and Works of Lord Byron, with original information on the subjects of the engravings; Vol. III. 4° Lond. 1834.

BRODIE (B. C.). Pathological and surgical Observations on the Diseases of the Joints. With alterations and additions. 8° Lond. 1834. BRONGNIART (ADOLPHE). Histoire des Végétaux Fossiles; Livrais. vIII, IX. 4° Par. 1828.

Tableau de la Distribution méthodique des espèces Minérales, suivie dans le Cours de Minéralogie fait au Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle en 1833. 8° Par. 1833.

BRONIKOWSKI (ALEXANDER). The Court of Sigismund Augustus, or, Poland in the sixteenth century. Done into English by a Polish Refugee; 3 Vol. 12° Lond. 1834.

BRONN (HENR. GEORG.). De Formis Plantarum Leguminosarum primitivis et derivatis. 8° Heidelb. 1822.

BROOKE (CHARLOTTE). A Dialogue between a Lady and her Pupils, describing a Journey through England and Wales. Edited and enlarged by the Rev. John Evans, A.M. 12° Lond. 1812.

BROOKE (ZACHARY). Defensio Miraculorum; quæ in Ecclesia Christiana facta esse perhibentur post tempora Apostolorum. 4° Cantabr. 1748. BROSSET (-), Jeune. Documens originaux sur les Relations diplomatiques de la Géorgie avec la France vers la fin du Règne de Louis XIV. 8° Paris, 1832. Presented by M. Monmerqué.

BROTHERS. A modest and impartial Reply to a Pamphlet, entituled, "A second Series of Facts and Arguments; tending to prove that the abilities of the two B- ―rs are not more extraordinary than their virtues." 8° Lond. 1749.

BROTONS (FRANCISCO). Á la Elevacion al Trono de Fernando Séptimo. Oda. 4o [1808.]

BROUËRIUS VAN NIDEK (MATTHEUS). Het Zegenpralent Kennemerlant ; 2 Deel. fol. Amst.

BROUGHAM (HENRY), Lord Brougham and Vaux. A Refutation of so much of the Calumnies against the Lord Chancellor (Lord Brougham) contained in the last Number of the Quarterly Review in an Article upon the Pamphlet entitled "The Reform Ministry and the Reformed Parliament," as relates to the Appointment of Mr. James Brougham to the Offices of Clerk of Patents and Registrar of Affidavits. [By C. P. Cooper, Esq.] 8° Lond. 1833. Presented anonymously. 3d edition. Presented anonymously.

8° Lond. 1834. Presented anonymously.

On Cholera. A treatise practical and theo

retical. 8° Lond. 1834.
BROUGHTON (-). A Vindication of lawful Authority; wherein Dr.
Broughton's grand Apostacy is consider'd. [By George Smith.] 8°


BROUGHTON (BRIAN). Copse-Grove Hill; with other poems. 4° Lond.


BROWER (P. VAN LIMBURG). État de la Civilisation morale et religieuse des Grecs. Première partie contenant les siècles héroïques; Tom. 1. 8° Groningen, 1833.

BROWN (c. J.). Church Establishments defended, with special reference

to the Church of Scotland. 12° Glasg. 1833.

BROWN (J.). Mathematical Tables. Improved and enlarged by the Rev. J. Wallace. 8° Edinb., Lond. 1830.

BROWN (JOHN). A Sermon for the Hospital at Bath. 8° Lond. 1752. BROWN (JOHN). Letter to the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, on the Extent

of the Powers which ought to be vested in the People, in the Election of Ministers. 8° Edinb. 1833.

BROWN (J. L.). Ten Discourses on the present and future Condition of the Church, in connection with the appearing of our Lord. 12° Lond. 1834.

BROWN (M. P.). Supplement to [Morison's] Dictionary of the Decisions of the Court of Session; 5 Vol. 4o Edinb. 1826.

BROWN (ROBERT). Vermischte Botanische Schriften. In Verbindung mit einigen Freunden ins Deutsche übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Dr. C. G. Nees von Esenbeck; 5 Bänd. 8° Schmalkalden, Leipzig, Nürnberg, 1825-34.

BROWN (THOMAS), Captain. The Taxidermist's Manual; or the art of preserving objects of Natural History. 12° Glasg. 1833.

The Conchologist's Text-book. 12° Glasg.

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