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* The Adventures of Ulysses. 12mo. Lond. 1808. 5622 Tales from Shakespear. Designed for the use of young persons. Fourth edition. 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1822. 5623 With plates, said to be by W. Mulready, R.A. An additional one inserted, by Howard. "Of these tales, King Lear, Macbeth, Timon of Athens, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and Othello, were written by Charles Lamb; the other Tales by his sister Mary Lamb.”—MS. note by Mr. Dyce. * Album Verses, with a few others. 8vo. Lond. 1830. 5624 * Final Memorials of Charles Lamb; consisting chiefly of his Letters not before published, with sketches of some of his companions. By Thomas Noon Talfourd. 2 vols. 8vo.
Presentation copy from the publisher.
New edition. 8vo. Lond. 1850.
Mrs. Leicester's School: or the History of several Young
LAMB (CHARLES AND MARY).
Ladies related by themselves.
[Anon.] Fourth edition.
12mo. Lond. 1814.
Another edition. Sq. 12mo. Lond. 1848.
Transcription from "Lamb's Letters" by Mr. Dyce on fly-leaf.
LAMB (SIR JAMES BLAND BURGES). See BURGES.
Bellissimo Lamento fatto da vna pouera Vedoua la quale stà raccontando le buone conditioni del suo morto marito. 8vo. Trevigi. 1633.
LA MONNOYE (BERNARD DE).
Poesies, avec son éloge, publiées par M. de S lengre.] 8vo. La Haye. 1716.
LA MOTTE FOUQUÉ (FRIEDRICH HEINRICH CARL, Baron de). Romantic Fiction: Selected Tales from the German of De la Motte Fouqué and others [Tieck and Chamisso]. 8vo. Lond. n. d. 5632
Ondine, Conte, traduit de l'Allemand de L. F., par Mme la Bne [Isabelle] de Montolieu. Seconde édition. 8vo. Par.
Nouvelle édition. 8vo. Par. 1834.
Vol. 17 of the Euvres de Mme la Baronne de Montolieu.
Undine. 12mo. Lond. 1830.
Undine, a Romance. A New Translation, with eleven illustrations designed by Tenniel, and engraved by Bastin.
Undine; a Miniature Romance. Translated from the German
B. L., necnon Io. Bap. Amalthei carmina. 8vo. Venet.
MS. notes by Singer.
LANCELOT DU LAK.
The Scottish Metrical Romance of Lancelot Du Lak. Now first printed With Miscellaneous Poems
(Edited by Joseph Stevenson.) 4to. Printed for the Maitland
12mo. Firenze. 1584.
Pimpinella Comedia. 8vo. Vrbino. 1588.
La Niccolosa Commedia, 12mo. Firenze. 1591.
LANDON (LETITIA ELIZABETH,) afterwards Mrs. Maclean.
The Improvisatrice; and other Poems. By L. E. L. Sixth edition. 16mo. Lond. 1825.
The Troubadour; Catalogue of Pictures, and Historical Sketches. By L. E. L. Third edition. 16mo. Lond. 1825. 5647 The Golden Violet, with its tales of Romance and Chivalry: and other poems. By L. E. L. 12mo. Lond. 1827. 5648
The Venetian Bracelet, the Lost Pleiad, a History of the Lyre, and other Poems by L. E. L. 12mo. Lond. 1829. 5649
The Vow of the Peacock, and other poems. By L. E. L. (Portrait.) 12mo. Lond. 1835.
LANDOR (WALTER SAVAGE).
Poems. Svo. Lond. 1795.
Poems from the Arabic and Persian; with notes by the author of Gebir. Warwick and Lond.
* Gebir; a poem in seven books.
Gebirus, Poema. 12mo. Oxon. 1803.
5654 Idyllia Heroica decem librum Phaleuciorum unum partim jam primo partim iterum atq tertio edit Savagius Landor. Accedit Quaestiuncula cur Poetae Latini recentiores minus legantur. 8vo. Pisis. 1820.
"The Rev. W. Sleath with the authors compts." Gebir, Count Julian, and other poems.
8vo. Lond. 1831.
MS. note (inserted) by Mr. Dyce, containing some particulars in Landor's life told by him to Mr. Dyce.
Andrea of Hungary, and Giovanna of Naples. Svo. Lond. 1839. 5657
Poemata et inscriptiones novis auxit Savagius Landor. 12mo. Lond. Moxon. 1847. (Two copies.)
No. 1. "Moxon the Publisher told me he had sold only one copy of this book. To whor: ?-to the Bishop of St. David's.”—MS. note by Rev. J. Mitford, in 148.
Enlarged and completed.
Antony and Octavius. Scenes for the Study. 8vo. Lond.
Letter to R. W. Emerson. 12mo. Bath.
Laneham's Letters describing the magnificent pageants presented before Queen Elizabeth, at Kenilworth Castle in 1575. (Portrait of Q. Elizabeth.) 8vo. Lond. 1821.
An Account of the English Dramatick Poets. Or, some observations and remarks on the lives and writings, of all those that have publish'd either comedies, tragedies, tragicomedies, pastorals, masques, interludes, farces, or opera's in the English Tongue. Svo. Oxf. 1691. (Two copies.) 5663
The Lives and Characters of the English Dramatick Poets. Also an exact Account of all the Plays that were ever yet printed in the English Tongue First begun by Mr. Langbain, improv'd and continued down to this time by a careful hand. [Charles Gildon.]
n. d. 5664
2 vols. 8vo.
Another edition. To which are prefixed, Memoirs of the Author, by his son the Rev. J. T. Langhorne. 2 vols. trait.) Svo. Lond. Lond. 1804.
Solyman and Almena. An Oriental Tale. Cooke's edition. 12mo. Lond.
The Correspondence of Theodosius and Constantia, from their first acquaintance to the departure of Theodosius
New edition. 8vo.
Another edition. With the life of the Author. Jones's edition. 12mo. Lond.
LANGLAND (WILLIAM). (See Nos. 7446–9.)
Peter Langtoft's Chronicle, (as illustrated and improv'd by Robert of Brunne) from the Death of Cadwalader to the end of K. Edward the First's Reign. Transcrib'd, and now first publish'd, from a MS. in the Inner-Temple Library by Thomas Hearne. 2 vols. B. L. 8vo. Oxf. 1725.
Epistolæ ad Philippum Sydneium, Equitem Anglum. Accurante D. Dalrymple de Hailes. 8vo. Edinb. Edinb. 1776. 5671
LANSDOWNE (GEORGE GRANVILLE, Lord).
Genuine Works in verse and prose. 3 vols. (Portrait.) 12mo. Lond. 1736. (Two copies.)
5672 Vol. I. includes Peleus and Thetis, a masque, set to musick. The British Enchanters: or, No Magick like Love. A dramatick poem. the Cruel Separation (T.). and Always a Lover (C.). Poems upon several occasions.
Vol. II. Heroick Love : or Vol. III. Once a Lover; The Jew of Venice (C.).
Fourth edition. 12mo.
Poetical Works. With the life of the Author.
Salve Devs Rex Ivdæorvm. Containing, 1. The Passion of Christ. 2. Eues Apologie in defence of Women. 3. The Teares of the Daughters of Ierusalem. 4. The Salutation and Sorrow of the Virgine Marie. With diuers other things not vnfit to be read. Written by Mistris Æmilia Lanyer, Wife to Captaine Alfonso Lanyer Seruant to the Kings Majestie. 4to. Lond. 1611. 5675
"The copy formerly Prince Henry's, is now in the possession of the Rev. Alex. Dyce; it wanted nine leaves of dedicatory matter, which have been supplied from an imperfect copy. The Prince's copy evidently never had the leaf with the verses to the Lady Arabella, it having been probably omitted for political reasons."-Lowndes, Bibl. Man., p. 1310 (Bohn's ed.).
L.-S.-U., or, "An Heir in his Old Age." A Chinese drama. [Translated by Davis.] 12mo. Lond. 1817.
LARCHER (PIERRE HENRI).
Mémoire sur Vénus. 12mo. Par. 1775.
LA ROCHEFOUCAULD (FRANÇOIS VI., DUC DE).
Les Pensées, maximes, et réflexions morales de M. Le Duc ***. Onzième édition. Augmentée de remarques critiques. Par l'Abbé de la Roche. 12mo. Par. 1741. 5678 Maximes et réflexions morales. 12mo. Lond. 1774. 5679 Another edition. (Portrait.) F. P. 8vo. Lond. 1799. 5680 LA SCALA (JOSEPH JUSTE DE).
Epistres Françoises des personnages illustres & doctes, à Mon. I. I. de la S. Mises en lumiere par I. de Reves. 8vo. Harderwyck. 1624.
LASCARIS RHYNDACENUS (JANUS).
Begin. I. L. Rhyndaceni epigrammata. Gr. Lat. End. In chalcographeo Iodoci Badii Ascesii in Parrhisiorum Academia.
Rev. J. Mitford's copy and MS. notes.
Gli Amori Distvrbati. 12mo. Bologna. 1671. LATIN STORIES.
A Selection of Latin Stories, from manuscripts of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries: a contribution to the History of Fiction during the Middle Ages. Edited by T. Wright. 8vo. Lond., Percy Society, No. 28. 1842. 5684 LATINIUS (LATINUS).
Epistolæ vols. (in one). 4to. LAUDER (GEORGE).
sacra profanaque eruditione ornatæ. 2 Romæ. 1659-1667.
Tears on the death of Evander occasioned by the lamentable losse of the truelie noble and generous, Sir. Iohn Svynton Knight, Collonel of an Regiment of 2000 Nedderlanders, going to Venize, who was cast away by storme on the coast of England upon Goodwin sands the 13 of Octob. 1630. (Reprint: (Bannatyne Club Book) by W. B. D. D. T[urnbull]. 1848.) 8vo. Hagh Anno Dii. 1630.
Presentation copy from Mr. Turnbull to Mr. Dyce.
[The Gentleman's Magazine, vol. 17, for 1747, has a place in the Dyce Collection, as containing the papers relating to Milton, by William Lauder. Inserted in the volume there are MS. indexes to the papers.] 8vo. Lond. 1747. 5687