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11743 Terence's Andria and Eunuchue, English andLatine, claused

for such as would write or speake the pure Language of this Author, especially after the Method of Dr. Webbe; small 4to, hf-bd. 10s. 1629

11744 Tereick's (Richard, D.D.) Sermon before the House of Com

mons; 4to, 2«. 1756

11745 Terry's (Edward) Voyage to East India, reprinted from the

Edition of 1655; 8vo, portrait and plates, 6*. 1777

11746 Tertdllian's Works: Vol. i. Apologetic and Practical Trea

tises, translated by the Rev. C. Dodgson; 8vo, cloth, 15s. Oxford, 1842

11747 Texeda's (F.) Texeda Retextus, or the Spanish Monke his

Bill of Divorce against the Church of Rome, English and Latin, 1623 Texeda's Scrutamini Scriptures, the Exhortation of a Spanish converted Monke, 1624.—Question whether there bee nothing new? 1640.—Question, which is most to be esteemed, an Inventive Wit, Judgment, or Courage? 1640.—5 Tracts, in 2 vols. sm. 4to. calf nt. 12*. 1 1747*thackeray's (Rev. F.) History of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, containing his Speeches in Parliament, and a Portion of his Correspondence, never before published; with an Account of the Principal Events and Persons of his Time; 2 vols. 4to( 3/.I2*.) bds. I/.16*. 1827

11748 Thane's (John) British Autography. A Collection of Fac

similes of the Hand-writing of Royal and Illustrious Personages, with their authentic Portraits; 3 vols. 4to, Frontispiece and 244 fine Portraits, with their Autographs and Seals, Brilliant Impressions, fine copy in old calf, marbled edges, very scarce, 18/. 18«. n. d.

11749 British Autography ; 4to, 40 fine Portraits and Facsimiles of their Autographs, calf gilt, 21. 10s. n. d.

11750 Theatre Of The Greeks. A Series of Papers relating to

the Criticisms of the Greek Drama. Fourth Edition, with a new Introduction and other Alterations, by J. W. Donaldson, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; 8vo, bds. 12s. Cambridge, 1836

11751 the same, 8vo, calf gilt, 15a ib. 1836

11752 the same, 8vo, calf extra, 16«. ib. 1836

11753 Theaurau-john, his Aurora in Tranlagorum in Salem Gloria,

or the Discussive of the Law and the Gospell betwixt the Jew and the Gentile in Salem Resurrectionem,1651. Theaurau-John, his Theousori Apokolipikal, or God's Light declared in Mysteries, 1651.—2 Parts, small 4to, very scarce, 1/. 5s.

Prefixed is a curious letter (dated July 1732), on the excessive rarity of the first part, by That. Colborne, who, it appears, could not discover that the second part {Jure added) had ever been printed.

11754 Thenard's (C.J.) Essay on Chemical Analysis, translated

from the French, with Additions by J. G. Children; 8vo, (pub. at 16«.) boards, 6». 1819

11755 the same, 8vo, calf gilt, 9*. 1819

11756 Theocritus' Idylliums, done into English Verse, with Rapin's

Discourse on Pastorals, by Thomas Creech; 8vo, neat, 5». Oxford, 1684 11757 Theocritus' Idylliums and Epigrams, translated from the

Greek, with Notes Critical and Explanatory, by Francis
Fawkes; 8vo, neat, 6s. 1767

11758 the same, royal 8vo, Large Paper, neat, 10«. 1767

Prefixed is some account of the life and writings of Theocritus, with an Essay on Pastoral Poetry; these are by Mr. Barnaby Greene.

"This translation," says Clarke, "is allowed by the most competent judges to possess great merit"

11759 Theocritus, Bion and Moschus' Idyllia, Epigrams, and Frag

ments, with the Elegies of Ttrt^cs, translated into English Verse, with Notes and Dissertations, by the Rev. R. Polwhele; 4to, neat, 12». '1786

11760 the same, 2 vols. 8vo, calf, 14*. 1811

"Mr. Polwhele has, in our judgment, produced the best translation of Theocritus which lias yet appeared."—Monthly Review.

11761 Theological Library, edited by Archdeacon Lyall, and the

Rev. Hugh James Rose; 14 vols, foolscap 8vo, boards, 3/. 13s.6rf. 1832-36

Any volume may be had separately, at 6*. in cloth:

7,12. Scripture Biography, by R. W.

Evans; 2 vols. 9, 10. History of the Church of

Scotland, by M. Russell; 2 vols. 11. Life of Bp. Jewel, by Le Bas

13. Life of Archbishop Laud, by C. W. Le Bas

14, 15. Biography of the Early Church, by R. W. Evans; 2 vols.

1. Life of Wiclif, by C. W. Le Bas

2. Consistency of Revelation with
itself and Human Reason, by
Bishop Shuttleworth

3,6,8. History of the Reformed Re-
ligion in France, by Edward Sined-
ley; 3 vols.

4, 6. Life of Archbishop Cranmer,
by C. W. Le Bas; 2 vols.

11762 Theological Tracts. Nubes Testium, or a Collection of the Primitive Fathers giving Testimony of the Faith once delivered to the Saints, with Appendix containing the Testimonies of Protestants, &c. (by Gotier, Priest to Mr.Holman at Warkworth, in Northamptonshire) 1686.— Consensus Veterum, or the Reasons of Edward Sclater, Minister of Putney, for his Conversion to the Catholic Faith and Communion, 1686.—The Primitive Fathers

no Papists (by Spinks) 1688 Plain Answer to a Popish

Priest questioning the Orders of the Church of England, 1688.—Short Defence of the Orders of the Church of England against the Objections of Mr. "Webster of Linne, 1688.—Full View of the Doctrines and Practices of the Ancient Church relating to the Eucharist, 1688.—Two short Discourses against the Romanists by Henry Dodwell, 1688.—An Historical Treatise touching Transubstantiation, 1687.—A Discourse concerning the Nature and Grounds of the Certainty of Faith, by E. Stillingfleet, D.D. 1688.—Vindication of H. M. Ecclesiastical Commissioners against the Bishop of London and

the Fellows of Magdalen College, 1688 An impartial

Relation of the whole Proceedings against St. Mary Magdalen College in Oxon, 1688.—Discourse concerning the Ecclesiastical Commission, 1689.—The Legality of the Court held by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners defended, 1688.—Letter to the Author of the Vindication by Philonomus Anglicus, 1688 In 1 vol. 4to,

in old binding, Vert Scarce, 21. 2s.

11763 Theological Tracts. The Jesuits' Catechism according to

St. Ignatius Loyola, showing the Impiety of their Principles, &c. 1679.—The Enthusiasm of the Church of Rome demonstrated in some Observations upon the Life of Ignatius Loyola, 1688.—Abridgment of the Prerogatives of St. Ann, Mother of the Mother of God, 1688.— Account of the Life and Death of the Blessed Virgin, according to Romish Writers, with the Grounds of the Worship paid to her, 1687.—Miracles of the B. Virgin, or an Account of the Image entituled Our Blessed Lady of Halle, 1688.—The Virgin Mary misrepresented by the Roman Church, 1688.—Life of St Mary Magdalene of Pazzi, a Carmelite Nunn, 1687.—The School of the Eucharist established upon the miraculous Respects and Acknowledgments which Beasts, Birds, and Insects, have rendered to the Holy Sacrament: by F. Toussain Bridoul, S. J. 1687.—Purgatory proved by Miracles collected out of Roman Catholic Authors, with some remarkable Histories relating to British, English, and Irish Saints, 1688.—4to, calf, a rare & curious Collection, \l.\s.

11764 Theological Tracts. Archdeacon H. V. Bayley's Charge

to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Stow, Gainsborough, 1826.—C. Jerram's two Visitation Sermons at Guilford, with an Appendix on Baptismal Regeneration, 1826.— Bp. C. R. Sumner's Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Winchester at his Primary Visitation, 1829.—C. Jerram's Sermon on the Commission, Qualification, and Duty of the Christian Minister, 1829 Four Dissertations: I. On Eternal Punishment; n. On Christ's Cursing the Fig-Tree; ni. On Mistranslations of the New Testament; iv. On Christ's Temptation, n. d.—E. J. Burrow's Letter to the Rev. Wm. Marsh, on the Nature and Tendency of certain Religious Principles, frequently but improperly denominated Evangelical, 1819.—Lux Renata, a Protestant's Epistle, with Notes, 1827.—M. T. Sadler's Two Speeches in Defence of the Protestant Constitution, 1829.—Speeches of George Bankes and Sir Charles Wetherell on the same Subject, 1829.— Lord Eldon's Speech against the Catholic Relief Bill, 1829.—Lord Brougham's Speech on the Present State of the Law of the Country, Portrait, 1828.—In 1 vol. 8vo, half-bound, 10s.

11765 Theological Tracts. Use and Importance of a preaching

Ministry, by N. Marshal, D.D. 1727.—Meate out of the
Eater, by Thos. Manton, 1647.—Fifth Discourse on the
Miracles, by T. Woolston, 1728.—Woolston's Defence of
his Discourses, 1729.—Spiritual Warning for Times of
War, by John Delme, 1701.—In 1 vol. small 4to, 6 s.

11766 Theological Tracts. Brief Enquiry into Free-Thinking,

by S. Pycroft, Cambridge, 1713. — Reflections on the Letter to Dr. Waterland, and the Defence of it, 1732.— Bp. R. Smalbrooke's Charge to the Clergy of Lichfield and Coventry, 1734.—Reply to Bp. Hoadley by Wm. Law, 1719.—In 1 vol. 8vo, hf-bd. 6s.

11767 Theological Tracts. Discourse on the Resurrection, by J.

Priestley, 1791.—Priestley's Discourse on the Death of Dr. Price, 1791—Priestley on the Religious Instruction of Young Persons, 1791.—Priestley on Forgiveness of Injuries, 1791.—Milton on Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Cases, 1790.—Collection of Testimonies in favour of Religious Liberty, 1790.—Considerations on the Expediency of revising the Liturgy and xxxix Articles, 1790. —Address to the Opposers of the Repeal and Test Acts, 1790.—The Dissenters' Plea against the Test Laws, by G. Walker, 1790.—In 1 vol. 8vo, half-bound, 7s. 11767*THEorHRASTus' Characters, translated from the Greek, and illustrated by Physiognomical Sketches. To which are subjoined the Greek Text, with Notes, and Hints on the individual Varieties of Human Nature, by F. Howell; imperial 8vo, Large Paper, with 50 Engravings, Proofs On India Paper, bds. 1/. Is. 1824

11768 the same, 12mo, woodcuts, bds. 4*. 6J. Valpy, 1831

11769 Thevenot's (J.) Travels into the Levant, in three Parts, viz.

into Turkey, Persia, and the East Indies; folio, portrait by Faithorne, and plates, neat, 10s. 6d. 1687

11770 the same, folio, hf-bd. 10s. 1687

11771 Thierry's (A.) History of the Conquest of England by the

Normans, with its Causes from the earliest Period, and its Consequences to the present Time, translated from the French; 3 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. 16s.) bds. 18s. 1825 11771*thiers and Bodin's History of the French Revolution, with Notes; 3 vols. 8vo (pub. at 11. 16s.) bds. 18s. 1825

11772 Thirlwall's (Connop, D.D. Bishop of St. David's) History of

Greece; 7 vols, foolscap 8vo, cloth, 21. 2s. 1839-40

The eighth and concluding volume will be published shortly.

11773 Thomas's (Dr. Wm.) Survey of the Cathedral Church of Wor

cester, with an Account of the Bishops, &c. and an Appendix of original Records; 4to, plates, neat, 18s. 1736

11774 the same, royal 4to, Large Paper, plates, fine copy in

russia, gilt edges, by Hering, scarce, 21. 8s. 1737

11775 Thomas's (Archdeacon Josiah) Charge to the Clergy of the

Archdeaconry of Bath; 4to, 2s. Bristol, 1819

11776 Chomaa' (SUBulltam) Sltutorue of 5ialj>, a Soofee eyr«&inB

profitable to be reU, &c. small 4to, fine copy, in calf gilt, l/.4s. Thomas Marshe, 1561

Rare, having been burnt by the common hangman.

11777 Thompson's (Henry) Life of Hannah More, with Notices of

her Sisters ; small 8vo, portrait, bds. 7s. 1838

11778 Thompson's (Thomas) Tithes indefensible, or Observations on

the Origin and Effects of Tithes, with some Remarks on the Tithe Laws. Third Edition, with an Appendix on a Commutation of Tithes, and including a short Account of Tithes in Scotland; 8vo, 4s. Yorh, 1796

11779 the same, three Editions, 8vo, neat, 6s. ib. 1794-95-96

11780 Considerations on the Increase of Poor Rates, &c. in

Hull, 1800.—Thompson's Account of the Improvements

in the Maintenance of the Poor of Hull, 1800 Further

Observations, 1801.—8vo, hf-bd. 6s.

11781 Thompson's (Thomas) Short Observations on a Commutation

of Tithes for Government Annuities; 8vo, 2s. Hull, 1798

11782 Further Observations on the Improvements in the Maintenance of the Poor in the Town of Kingston upon Hull; 8vo, sewed, 1*. ib. 1801

11783 Reasons for giving Land to Cottagers to enable them to

keep Cows; 8vo, 2s. ib. 1803

11784 Historic Facts relative to the Sea-port and Market-town

of Ravenspurnein Holderness; 8vo, plates, sd. 4s. tf.1822

11785 Ocellum Promontorium, or short Observations on the

Ancient State of Holderness; 8vo, 4s. ib. 1821

11786 History of the Church and Priory of Swine, in Holderness; 8vo, plates, calf extra, scarce, 1/. Is. ib. 1824

11787 Address to the Subscribers to the Hull Library; 8vo,

2s. 6d. ib. 1801

11788 Thompson's (W. H.) Sicily and its Inhabitants; 4to, map and

plates, bds. 10s. 1813

11789 Thompson's (Wm.) Poems on several Occasions; 2 vols, in 1,

8vo, hf-bd. 3s. 6d. Oxford, 1757

11790 Thomson's (Alex.) Letters of a Traveller on the various

Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa: containing
Sketches of their present State, Government, Religion,
Manners, and Customs; 8vo, uncut, 5s. 1798

11791 Thomson's (Dr. A. T.) Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on

Botany; 12mo, sd. 2s. Chelsea, 1813

11791*thomson's (Mrs. A. T.) Memoirs of the Court of Henry VIH, 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 16s. 1826

11792 Thomson's (John) Observations introductory to a Work on

English Etymology; 4to, sd. 5*. 1819

11793 Thomson's (J.) Agricultural Survey of the County of Fife;

8vo, map and plates, hf-bd. 4s. Edinburgh, 1800

11794 Thomson's (C. P.) Speech on the Silk Trade; 8vo, Is. 1829

11795 Thomson's (James) Works, with his Life by Patrick Mur

doch, D.D. 3 vols. 8vo, portrait and plates, nt. 15s. 1788

11796 —— Works, with Life by Murdoch; 3 vols, in 2, 8vo, por

trait and plates, calf, marbled edges, 1/. 4s. 1802

11797 Seasons, with Life and Critical Essay by R. Heron; 4to,

fine impressions of the plates, neat, scarce, 15s. Perth, 1793

11798 Seasons, embellished with engravings on wood by BeWick, from Thurston's designs; royal 8vo, calf, 12s. 1805

11799 Seasons; 12mo, neat, 2s."" 1778

11800 Seasons; 12mo, plates by WestalL bds. 5s. Sharpe,l825

11801 Seasons, with Life of the Author by Patrick Murdoch,

D.D. edited by Bolton Corney; 8vo, with nearly 80
beautiful woodcuts, cloth, 1/ Is. 1842

11802 Thomson's (Richard) Historical Essay on the Magna Charta

of King John; to which are added, the Great Charter in
Latin and English, the Charters of Liberties and Con-
firmations, the Charter of the Forest, &c. &c. 8vo, each
page printed within a border, and highly illustrated with
an immense number of beautiful woodcuts (published at
1/. lls.6d.) bds. \L is. 1829

11803 the same; royal 8vo, Laboe Paper (pub. at 21. 12s. 6rf.)

bds. 1/. lis. 6d. 1829 r

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