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11659 Tasso's (Torquato) Jerusalem Delivered, translated by John
Hoole; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait and plates, neat, 8s. 1802
11660 the same; 2 vols. 12mo, neat, 3s. 1764
11661 Rinaldo, a Poem, translated by Hoole, 8vo, bds. 3s. 1792
11662 Jerusalem Delivered, with Notes and Occasional Illustrations, translated by the Rev. J. H. Hunt; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 10s.) bds. 15s. 1818
11663 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, half-bound morocco, uncut, top
edges gilt, 1/. Is. 1818
11663* Jerusalem Delivered, translated into English Spenserian
Verse by J. II. Wiflfen; 2 vols, small 8vo, portrait and woodcuts, boards, 14s. 1830
11664 Tatham's (Charles Heathcote) Etchings representing the best
Examples of Grecian and Roman Ornamental Architecture, drawn from the originals, chiefly collected in Italy; royal folio, 126 plates (pub. at 4/. 4s.) bds. l/.16s. 1826
11665 Tatham's (Edward, D.D.) Bampton Lectures: The Chart
and Scale of Truth by which to find the Cause of Error. A new Edition, corrected and enlarged from the Author's own Manuscripts, with a Memoir by the Rev. E. W. Grinfield; 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, 1Z. Is. 1840
11666 Tatler, with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical, by A.
Chalmers ; 4 vols. 8vo, bds. 1/. 8s." 1822
11667 the same ; 4 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 21. 1822
1 1667*tavernek's (R.) Postils on the Epistles and Gospels, edited
by E. Cardwell, D.D. 8vo, 10s. Oxford, 1841
11668 Taylor's (Arthur) Glory of Regality : an Historical Treatise
of the Anointing and Crowning of the Kings and Queens of England, 1820.—The Queen's Claim to Coronation Examined (by Arthur Taylor), 1821.—8vo, calf gilt, 16*.
11669 Taylor's (Dr. Chas.) Remarks on Sea Water; 8vo, 2s. 1805
11670 Taylor's (Francis) Grapes from Canaan, or the Believer's
Present Taste of Future Glory, expressed in a short divinePoem; sm. 8vo, fine copy in russia,scarce, 12s. 1658
This copy sold for 1/. lCl. at Nassau's sale.
1 1670*taylor's (George) Historical Account of the Rebellion in the County of Wexford, 1798; 8vo, plates, 4s. Dublin, 1800
11671 Taylor's (George Watson) The Profligate, a Comedy; 4to,
hf-bd. morocco, uncut, 1/. Is. Bulmer, 1820
Privately printed for presents only. Dent's copy sold for 41. 4s.
11672 Taylor's (john, the Water-Poet) Works; folio, with the rare
frontispiece and woodcuts, a complete and fine copy in morocco, gilt edges, extremely rare, 6/. 6s. 1630
11673 the same, folio, woodcuts, the frontispiece deficient and
slightly imperfect, neat, 1/. 10s. 1630
"But of all the oddities of his day, the greatest was John Taylor, Thb Watkb-poet. He was a slang-fellow, and a sort of Skelton in his way. His pieces, which are well nigh innumerable, were collected and published in 1630, in a folio volume, replete with bizarre and barbarous woodcuts. A copy of this volume, perfect in all respects, produced fifteen guineas at Colonel Stanley's sale."—Dibdin.
11674 Old, Old, very Old Man, the Life of Thomas Parr, aged
152 years, in Verse; small 4to, 3s. 1703
11675 An Answer to a Foolish Pamphlet, entituled a Swarme
of Sectaries and Schismatics (by Henry Walker); small 4to, half-bound, rare, 8s. 1641
11675*taylor's (John, LL.D.) Elements of the Civil Law. Fourth Edition, revised & corrected; royal 8vo, bds. l/.lOs. 1828
11676 Taylor's (John, D.D. of Norwich) Paraphrase, with Notes on
the Epistle to the Romans; 4to, hf-bd. uncut, 15*. 1769
11677 Taylor's (John) Verses on various Occasions; 8vo, (Presen
tation copy to James Boswell) bds. 3s. 1795
11678 Records of my Life ; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, II. 4s. 1832
11679 Taylor's (Isaac, of Ongar) Natural History of Enthusiasm;
foolscap 8vo, cloth, 5s. 1839 11679* Fanaticism; foolscap 8vo, cloth, 6s. 1839
11680 Spiritual Despotism; 8vo, cloth, 8*. 1839
11680* Saturday Evening; foolscap 8vo, cloth, 5s. 1839
11681 Elements of Thought; 12mo, cloth, 4s. 1841
11682 Taylor's (Richard) Index Monasticus, or the Abbeys and
other Monasteries, Alien Priories, Friaries, Colleges, Collegiate Churches, and Hospitals, formerly established in the Diocese of Norwich, systematically arranged and described; folio, maps of Suffolk, Norfolk, and the City of Norwich, and the arms of Religious Houses (pub. at 21. 12s. 6d.) bds. \l.4s. 1821 1 1682*taylor's (Rev. Robert) Statement of the Circumstances under which a Clergyman refused to read the Burial-Service over an Individual who had committed Suicide in his Parish ; 8vo, Is. 6d. 1832
11683 Taylor's (Samuel) System of Short-hand; 8vo, hf-bd. 4s. 1807 11683*taylor's (Thomas) Concordance to the Holy Scriptures;
8vo, neat, 6s. 1801
11684 Taylor's (Thomas, the Platonist) Answer to Dr. Gillies's Sup
plement to his new Analysis of Aristotle's Works; 8vo, 3s. 1804
11685 Dissertation on the Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries;
8vo, First Edition, calf extra, rare, 12s. Amsterdam, n. d.
In the subsequent edition, many passages are omitted or altered.
11686 Collectanea: or Collections consisting of Miscellanies
inserted in the European and Monthly Magazine, with an Appendix containing some Hymns never before printed; crown 8vo, bds. 5s. 1806
This work contains a complete collection of all the existing Chaldrean Oracles, with concise explanations.
11687 Miscellanies in Prose and Verse (the Wise Man's
Triumph over Fortune, Platonic Philosopher's Creed, &c.) crown 8vo, bds. 3s. 1805
11688 the same, 12mo, sd. 2s. 1820
11689 Theoretic Arithmetic, in three Books: containing the
Substance of all that has been written on this Subject by Theo of Smyrna, Nicoinachus, Iamblichus, and Boethius, &c. 8vo, bds. 14s. 1816
11690 Translation of the Political Fragments of Archytas,
Charondas, Zalcucus, and other ancient Pythagoreans, preserved by Stobams, and also Ethical Fragments of Hierocles ; 8vo, bds. 4s. Chiswich, 1822
11691 Dissertation on the Philosophy of Aristotle; 4to, (pub. at
5/. 5s.) bds. 15s. 1812 11692 Taylor's (jeremy, Bishop of Down and Connor) Whole
Works, With Life Of The Author, And A Critical
11693 thesame, 15vols.8vo,calfgilt,contentslettered,8/.8*.1839
11694 thesame, 15 vols. 8 vo, calf extra, contents lettered, 9l. 1839
11695 the same, 15 vols. 8vo, blue morocco extra, gilt edges,
with flexible backs, 14/. 1839
The Works Op Jerhmy Taylor, * THE SHAKESPEARE OF Divines," Claim The Very First Place In The Libraries Of All Who Hold In Reverence Thb Great Principles Op Christian Plety And Religious Freedom: Who Love Our Language In Its Purest And Richest Melody; And Who Value That Essential Spirit Op EloQuence And Poetry, Which Would Alone Suffice To Sender Ou* Language Ihmortal. The learning, genius, and piety, the zeal, toleration, and humility, and the eminently Christian spirit of this great and excellent prelate, have been so often extolled, that it may almost seem a matter of supererogation to introduce any testimonies here; but lest there should be any whose attention has not yet been directed towards the writings of this meritorious divine, a few quotations may reasonably be indulged in.
"This great prelate," says Bp. Rust (in his funeral sermon) "had the good humour of a gentleman, the eloquence of an orator, the fancy of a poet, the acuteness of a schoolman, the profoundness of a philosopher, the wisdom of a counsellor, the sagacity of a prophet, the reason of an angel, and the piety of a saint: he hud devotion enough for a cloister, learning enough for an university, and wit enough for a college of virtuosi: and had his parts and endowments been parcelled out among his poor clergy that be left behind him, it would, perhaps, have made one of the best dioceses in the world."
"Few have equalled Bishop Taylor in variety of learning, in fertility of imagination, in vigour of thinking, in rectitude of intention, and holiness of life. His controversial writings, fraught as they are with guileless ardour, with peerless eloquence, and with the richest stores of knowledge, historical, classical, scholastic, and theological, may be considered as irrefragable proofs of his pure, affectionate, and dutiful attachment to the Reformed Church of England."—Dr. Parr, in kit Letter to Milner.
"Taylor and Barrow were incomparably the greatest preachers and divines of their age. But my predilection is for Taylor. He has all the abundance and solidity of the other, with a ray of lightning of his own which, if he did not derive it from Demosthenes and Tully, has at least aa generous and noble an original."—Bishop Hurd.
"Often has my mind hung with fondness and admiration over the crowded yet clear and luminous galaxies of imagery diffused through the works of Bishop Taylor."—Bishop Warburton.
*' It can hardly be doubted that our more extensive acquaintance with the Scriptures, with the history of other and better times, and with the writings of such men as Jeremy Taylor, will enable us to distinguish the everlasting truths of the Gospel from the errors of a fleeting enthusiasm."
Middleton, Bishop of Calcutta, in hit Sermons.
"We will venture to assert, that there is in any one of the prose folios of Jeremy Taylor more fine fancy and original imagery, more brilliant conceptions, and glowing expressions—more new figures, and new applications of old figures—more, in short, of the body and the soul of poetry, than in all the odes and the epics that have since been produced in Europe.**—
Edinburgh Review, No. 86 (in an article on Poetry)
"Who does not feel, that as long as learning, genius, and piety, are valued among men, the name of Bishop Taylor will be pronounced with veneration, and his works preserved as one of the choicest portions of our intellectual treasures."—Eclectic JUvUie.
11696 Taylor's (Bishop Jeremy) Ductor Dubitantium, or the Rule
of Conscience; folio, portrait, neat, 18s. 1696
11697 the same, abridged by R.Barcroft; 2 vols.8vo, nt. 8s. 1725
11698' Worthy Communicant; 8vo, frontispiece, neat, 4s. 1678
11699 the same, 8vo, frontispiece, neat, 4s. 1683
11700 Polemical and Moral Discourses ; folio, fine portrait by
Lombart, neat, 16s. 1657
"those 'excellent Discourses, which are enough of themselves to
furnish a library, and will be famous to all succeeding generations for their greatness of wit, and profoundness of judgment, and richness of fancy, and clearness of expression, and copiousness of inyention, and general usefulness to all the purposes of a Christian."—Bishop Rust.
11701 Life and Death of the ever blessed Jesus Christ, the
Saviour of the World, with Considerations and Discourses upon the several Parts and Prayers fitted to the several Mysteries; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 1/. Is. 1811
11702 the same, 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 16s. 1811
11703 Prayers, edited by the Rev. S. Clapbam; 8vo, 7s. 1816
11704 Course of Sermons for all the Sundays of the Year, with
Twelve Sermons on various Subjects, edited by Bishop
11705 the same, 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 11 6s. 1828
11706 Sermon preached at the Consecration of two Archbishops
and ten Bishops; small 4to, last leaf deficient, 2s. 1661
11707 —— Holy Living and Dying, together with Prayers. Pre
fixed is a Memoir of the Author's Life; 12mo, fine portrait (pub. at 8s. 6d.) bds. 6s. 1824
11708 the same, 12mo, calf gilt, 9s. 1824
11709 the same, by Bp. Heber; 8vo (pub. at 12s.) bds. 9s. 1839
11710 the same, 8vo, calf gilt, 12s. 1839
11711 the same, 8vo, calf extra, 14s. 1839
11712 the same, 8vo, blue morocco, extra, gilt edges, 18s. 1839
11713 Life, by Archdeacon Henry Kaye Bonney; 8vo, portrait,
bds. 7s. 6d. ' 1815
11714 Life, with a Critical Examination of his Writings, by
Bishop Heber; 2 vols, post 8vo, portrait (pub. at 15s.) bds. 10s. 1824
11715 the same, Second Edition, in one volume 8vo, portrait
(pub. at 10s. 6d.) bds. 7s. 6d. 1828
11716 the same, 8vo, calf extra, 12s. 1828
"A charming and instructive piece of biography, written with all the glow of poetic feeling, and all the elegance of refined scholarship."—Dibdin.
11717 Taylor's (Silas) History and Antiquities of Harwich and
Dover-court, in the County of Essex. To which is added a large Appendix containing the Natural History of the Sea Coast and Country about Harwich, by S. Dale; 4to, 14 plates, neat, 16s." 1732
11718 Telescope (Companion to the) royal 8vo, bds. 3s. 1811
11719 Telford's (thomas) Life, Written By Himself: containing
a descriptive Narrative of his Professional Labours. Edited by John Rickman, with a Preface, Supplement, Annotations, and Index; 4to, and folio Atlas of Plates, bds. 8/. 1838 11720 Telford's (Thos.) Sixteen Charts and Plans referred to in
Mr. Telford's Report and Survey of the Communication between England and Ireland by the North-West of Scotland; imperial folio, fine Impressions, 1/. 16s. 1809
11721 Tempest's (John) Narrative of the Treatment experienced by
him during his Confinement under a false Imputation of Lunacy; 8vo, sewed, 3». 1S30
11722 Temple's (Sir John) History of the Irish Rebellion, edited by
Baron Maseres; 4to, Best Edition, bds. 10*. 1812
11723 the same, 4to, calf gilt, 16s. 1812
"One of the most exact and authentic histories extant."—Dtbdin. u Sir John Temple, upon whose authority Hume chiefly resta, was about as trust-worthy a narrator of tho events of 1642, as Sir Richard Musgrave has been of those of 1793."—Moon.
11724 Temple's (Sir William) Works, with Life by Dean Swift;
4 vols. 8vo, neat, 14«. Edinburgh, 1754
11725 the same, 4 vols. 8vo, neat, 11. Is. 1757
11726 the same, 4 vols. 8vo, portrait, very neat, 1/. 4s. 1770
11727 the same, 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 2s. 1814
"That will be a dark and doubtful moment, in the Bera of national taste, when the volumes of Sir William Temple shall be neglected or depreciated. His style is legitimate English; and he is among the sweetest of our epistolographers."—Dibdin.
11728 Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1673
11729 Life and Character (by Dean Swift) folio, uncut, 3s. 1728
11730 Life and Times, with his unpublished Essays and Correspondence, by the Right Hon. T. Peregrine Courtenay; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 1/. 8s.) cloth, 12s. 1836
11731 Templeman's (D.) Secret History of the late Directors of the
South Sea Company; 8vo, 3s. 1735
11732 Tenuove's (Nicholas) Memoirs of the House of Medici, trans
lated from the French, with Notes and Observations by Sir R. Clayton; 2 vols. 4to, ports.bds. U.5s.Bath, 1796-97
11733 the same, 2 vols. 4to, calf neat, l/.10s. ib. 1796-97
11734 TENNYSON's(Alfred)Poems; 2 vols. foolscap8vo, bds. 12s. 1842
11735 Terentii Omnes, etc. Terence in Latine and English, with
Analyses of the Formulae Loquendi, etc. by R. Bernard; small 4to, neat, 5*. 1629
11736 the same, small 4to, neat, 8s. 1641
11737 Comedies, translated by L. Echard; 12mo, neat, 4s. 1724
11738 translated into familiar Blank Verse by George Colman;
4to, plates, bds. 16*. 1765
11739 the same, 2 vols. 8vo, plates, calf gilt, 16s. 1768
11740 the same, 8vo, half-bound, 12s. 1810
11741 the same, 12mo, bds. 7s. 1841
"A better translation can scarcely be expected; it is such as Terence deserved, and done by a man of almost equal comic powers with himself."— Clarke.
11742 Comedies, translated into English Prose, as near as the
Propriety of the two Languages will admit, together with the original Latin, by S. Patrick, 2 vols. 8vo,neat, 1/. 1750
"An excellent work, as honourable to the learned editor as it is pleasing and satisfactory to the student."—Clarke.