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STEVENSON, Andrew. History of ther of Labour or Recreation, proper to

each particular Moneth. By M. Steventhe Church and State of Scotland,

son. Lond. 1661, 4to. Pp. 59, not including from the Accession of K. Charles I. title and to the reader, two leaves. There to the Restoration of K. Charles II. are 32 coppercuts representing the months

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Bellum Presbyteriale. Lond. 1661, 4to. A Collection of the Laws in Favour of Heber, pt. iv. 48. Mitford, April, 1860, the Reformation in Scotland, &c. the whole 6s. 6d. making up a genuine History of the Legal

Poems. Lond. 1665, 8vo. pp. 172, with Establishment of Religion in Scotland, portrait of the author by Gaywood. One from 1560 to 1749. Edinb. 1749, 8vo. 6s.

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of London. Nassau,'pt. ii. 545, 12. 13. HibJohn Hall. Works, corrected bert, 7607, with some verses in MS., 11s. and enlarged with several original Bindley, pt. iii. 1071, 21. Bibl. AngloPoems, now first printed, and ex, portrait, '77. 78. Heber, pt. iv. 11. 11s. planatory Notes.

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John Hall Stevenson is the Eugenius Norfolk Drollery, a Collection of Songs, of Sterne. He was a man of great wit, &c. Lond. 1673, 8vo. Hibbert, 7608, 12s. and his poems, written somewhat in the Nassau, pt. ii. 546, 21. 6s. Sir M. M. Sykes, manner of Cólman's Broad Grins, but pt. iii. 469, 31. This is one of the most with more freedom, were once in consi- humorous of all the Drolleries. It contains derable vogue, especially his Crazy Poems on the principal Norfolk Families; Tales,' which it was endeavoured to sup- His Majesty's Progress into Norfolk, press. For some account of him, see 1671; upon the Norfolk Largess; FareNichols' Lit. Anecd. vol. 3, p. 86.

well to Sharrington; Elegies upon R. CRAZY Tales (hy John Hall Stevenson). Doughty of Greyes Inn, Dr. Crofts, Dean 1762, 4to. with frontispiece. White of Norwich, Herbert Ashley, Dean of Knights, 1924, 158.—1764. sm. 8vo. Hib- Norwich, Sir Jos. Payne, Colonel of the bert, 3628, 98.-1785, small 8vo. Stanley, Norwich Trained Bands, Henry Terne, 42, russia, 15s.

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Robert. Account of the Bell several Occasions. Lond. 1654, 8vo. pp. Rock Light House, including the 125, with portrait by Gaywood. Nassau, Details of the Erection and pecupt. ii. 543, 11. 18. Lloyd, 1152, no portrait, with Ovid's Festivalls, 1640, 17. 85. Bind" | liar Construction of that Edifice. ley, pt. iii. 1070*, date 1645, 9s. Heber, pt. Edinb. 1824, royal 4to. 51. 58. iv. 12s. Bright, 13s. Utterson, 21. Bliss,

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STEVENSON, Robert, of Castle He. Choice Collection of the Works of tho dingham. Scripture Portraits: or Highland Bards, collected in the High

lands and Isles. By Alexander and Dobiographical Memoirs of the most nald Stewart. (In Gaelic.) Duneidin, 1804, distinguished Characters recorded 8vo. 2 vols. in 1, 10s. 6d. Sotheby's, May, in the Old Testament and in the 1860, 5s. Evangelists. Lond. 1817-20, 12mo.

Archibald. A true Account 4 vols. 188.

of the Behaviour and Conduet of Seth William. Tour through Provost of Edinburgh, in a Letter

Archibald Stewart, Esq. late Lord France, Flanders, and Holland. Norwich, 1817, 8vo.

to a Friend. Lond. 1748, 8vo. Privately printed. Hanrott, 21. 108.

Confidently attributed to the pen of

Dayid Hume. Tour in France, Savoy, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands.

Charles. A descriptive CaLond. 1827, 8vo. 2 vols. 11. 1s.

talogue of the Oriental Library of William. Historical Sketch the late Tippoo Sultaun : to which of the Progress of Discovery, Navi- are prefixed Memoirs of Hyder gation and Commerce, from the Ally Khan and his son Tippoo Sulearliest Records to the beginning tan. Cambridge, 1809, 4to. of the nineteenth Century. Edinb. 4964, 11, 138. Heber, pt. y. 11, 5s. Han

An excellent catalogue. Duke of York, 1824, 8vo. pub. at 14s.

rott, pt. iv. 11. 6s. This historical sketch was drawn up The History of Bengal, from the first with reference to, and in order to complete Mohammedan Invasion until 1757. Lond. Kerr's Collection of Voyages and Travels, 1813, 4to. pub. at 31. 3s. of which it forms the eighteenth volume. Introduction to the Anvari Soohyly of It contains, besides an Index to that work, Hussein Vaiz Kāshify. Lond. 1801, 4to. a Catalogue of Voyages and Travels (pp.1-Lond. 1821, 4to, 11. is. 629-632).

Anvari Soohyly. The Fables of Pilpay William. See BENTHAM, Jas. in classical Persian, by Hussein Vaiz - W. B. Historical and De- Kassify, published by Moolvey Hussein

and Capt. c. Stewart. Calcutta, 1804, 4to. scriptive Narrative of twenty years' - Again, 1805, 4to. Residence in South America ; con Seventh Chapter of Anvari Soohyly, taining Travels in Arauco, Chili, with an English Translation and Analy

sis of all the Arabic words. Lond. 1821, Peru, Columbia, &c. Lond. 1828, 4to. 155. 8vo. 3 vols. plates, pub. 11. 168. Original Persian Letters and other Do.

STEWARD, Richard, D.D. The cuments, with facsimiles. Lond. 1825, 4to. English Case, exactly set down by pub. at 11. 10s. Hezekiah’s Reformation in a Court

Charles, Elements of the Sermon at Paris. Lond. 1659, Natural History of the Animal 12mo.

Kingdom. [Anon.] Edinb. 1817, Pp: 71, not including title, preface, and 8vo. 2 vols. plates, 12s. inscription, six leaves. Prefixed to some C. S. Journal of a Residence copies is a portrait of K. Charles II. when in the Sandwich Islands, during in exile. Lloyd, 1153, 18s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1137, 11. 8s. Heber, pt. ii, 19s.

the years 1823, 1824 and 1825. STEWARD'S TABLE. Treatise on Lond. 1828, 12mo. the Use and Abuse of the Second years 1829 and 1830, including Scenes in

Visit to the South Seas during the called the Steward's Table, in Fa- Brazil, Peru, &c. Lond. 1832, post 8vo. milies of the first Rank. In four 2 vols. plates, 10s. 6d parts. Lond. n.d. 8vo. frontispiece. David, Major-Gen. Sketches

STEWART, Rev. Alexander. Ele- of the Character, Manners and prements of Gaelic Grammar, Edinb. sent State of the Highlanders of 1801, 8vo.

Scotland, with Details of the miliSecond edition, Edinb. 1812, 8vo. 4s. tary Service of the Highland Regio

ments, by Major-General David 1854-58, 8vo. 10 vols. port, 61. Vol. 1, DisStewart. Third Edition, Edinb. sertation., 2, 3, 4, Elements of the Philo

sophy of the Human Mind. 5, Philosophi1825, 8vo. 2 vols.

cal Essays. 6,7, Philosophy of the Active With a map, pub. at 1l. 88. 'One of and Moral Powers. 8, 9, Lectures on Pothe most interesting military memoirs in litical Economy (previously unpublished). the world.'— Quart. Řeview. First edition, 10, Biographical Memoirs of Stewart, 1822, 8vo. 2 vols. Second edition, Edinb. Smith, Robertson, and Reid. To which is 1822, 8vo. 2 vols. Hibbert, 7612, 98. Brock. prefixed a Memoir of Dugald Stewart, with ett, 2924, 15s. Stowe, 8s. 60.

Selections from his Correspondence. Remarks on Stewart's Sketches of the

Dugald Stewart also wrote A General Highlanders. Edinb. 1823, 8vo.

View of the Progress of Metaphysical, STEWART, Dugald. Elements of Ethical, and Political Philosophy since the

Revival of Letters in Europe, for the Enthe Philosophy of the Human Mind. cyclopedia Britannica, the first part pubEdinb. and Lond. 1792, 1814, 27, lished in 1815, the second in 1821, 4to. 4to. 3 vols. 11. 11s. 6d.

Reprinted, Boston, U.S., 1822, 8vo.

12s. And it forms the first volume of his An admirable work. Vols. 1 and 2 have Works, edited by Sir William Hamilton. been frequently reprinted in 2 vols. 8vo. It has been reviewed in two elaborate arti(The third volume has not been reprint-cles by Sir James Mackintosh, in the ed, excepting in the collected Works.) Edinburgh Review, vol. 27, p. 186; and vol.

- Second edition of Vol. 1, 1802.-Fifth 36, p. 220. See also Quarterly Review, vol. edition, 1814.--Sixth edition, 1818.-Second

17. p. 39, and vol. 26, p. 474. edition of Vol. 2, 1816, 8v0.-- Third edition,

Duncan. Historical and Ge1821, Both vols. 1822.-- Boston, U.S. 1821, in which the quotations are all translated, nealogical Account of the Royal 2 vols. 8vo:-Cambridge, U. Ş., 1833, 8vo. Family of Scotland, and of the Sure' Tegg, 1843, 8vo. 105. – Reduced, 1850, name of Stewart, with a chronolo8vo. 7s. - 1859. - 1862. - Revised and gical and genealogical Tree. Edinb. abridged with Notes for Colleges and 1739, 4to. Schools, by Francis Bowen, Boston, U. S.

John (the Traveller, com1854, crown 8vo.

Outlines of Moral Philosophy for the monly called Walking Stewart). Use of Students. Edinb. 1793, 8vo.—Third Works. 1810, 3 vols. edition, enlarged and corrected, 1808, 8vo. Hibbert, 7610, 31. The works of this -Fourth edition, 1818, 8v0.-Seventh eccentric philosophical visionary were edition, Lond. 1844, fcp. 8vo. 4s. 60.- mostly printed for private distribution. Edinb. 1845, 18mo. 28.- Witb Questions, Mr. de Quincy, in an especial article reLond. Simpkin, 1855, 12mo. 3s. 6d.

specting him, contributed to the London Philosophical Essays. Edinb 1810, 4to. Magazine, Sept. 1823, says," Mr. Stewart, Hibbert, 7720, 88.-Third edition, Edinb. the traveller, commonly called 'Walking 1818, 8vó. Reviewed at great length in Stewart,' was a man of very extraordithe Quarterly Review, vol. 6, p. 1-37, nary genius. He has generally been and Edinburgh Review, vol, 17, p. 167. treated by those who have spoken of him

Account of the Life and Writings of in print as a madman. But this is a misWilliam Robertson, D.D. Lond. 1801, 8vo. take, and must have been founded chiefly

Account of the Life and Writings of on the titles of his books. He was a man Thomas Reid, D.D, Lond. 1803, 8vo. of sound mind and of sublime aspira

Biographical Memoir of Adam Smith, tions; but he was no madman, or if he LL.D., of William Robertson, D.D., and of was, then I say that it is so far desirable Thomas Reid, D.D. Edinb. 1811, 4to. Sir 1 to be a madman." To this the editor (H. M. M. Sykes, 13s. Hibbert, 11. 10s. G. Bohn) takes leave to add, that about Sotheby, March, 1862, 7s.6d.

45 years ago he was in the habit of atThe Philosophy of the active and moral tending Mr. Stewart's philosophical Powers of Man. Edinb. 1828, 8vo. 2 vols. soirées, in company with Thomas Taylor, 11. 48.-Revised by James Walker, D.D. the Platonist. These meetings were Cambridge, U.S, 1849, 12mo. 5s. 6d. usually held on Sunday evenings, and the

Account of a Boy born Blind and Deaf, company, including ladies, was often nucollected from authentic sources of infor- merous. Mr. Stewart was a familiar and mation. Edinb. 1812, 4to.

pleasant companion, making due allowWorks. Cambridge, U.S., 1829, 8vo. ance for his crotchets. He lived near 7 yols.

Spring Gardens, St. James's Park, and Collected Works, edited by Sir William used to walk regularly two miles before Hamilton, Bart. Edinb. Constable & Co., breakfast, one out and one in. He started

STEWART, John-continued. Philosophy of Human Society, in its with his coat buttoned up to the neck, and Origin, Progress, etc. 1810, 8vo. pp. 112. opened it by degrees at established inter The Traveller the only Man of Nature vals, buttoning up again as Le approached that ever appeared in the World, Last home.

Will and Testament, and Regulator of Travels over the most interesting Parts Mental Power. Lond. 1810, 8vo. 8 vols. of the Globe, to discover the Source of Mitford, April, 1860, 11. 68. Moral Motion. [Lond.) in the year of Dawn of Sense; his Moral IntellecMan's retrospective Knowledge by Astro-tual last Will and Testament. Lond. nomical Calculation, 5000, 12mo. pp. xlviii 1810, 18mo. pp. 415, with the codicil, & 252. Sotheby's, Mar. 1862, with the 496. next article and one other, 16s.

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STEWART, James. Plococasmus, Nation. Lond. 1794, 8vo. pp. 124.

The Tocsin of Social Life, addressed Lond. 1782, 8vo. plates. to all Nations of the civilized World; in a Discovery of the Laws of Nature rela

John. An Account of Prince tive to human Existence. Lond. 1803, of Wales Island, in the Gulph of 8vo, pp. 96.

St. Laurence, North America. Lond. Opus Maximum, or a great Essay to reduce the Moral World from Contin. 1806, 8vo. 4s. gency to System. With his Life. 1803, This work, which is deficient in zoology, 12mo. Hibbert, 7611, 11. 2s.

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Lady Mary. Extracts from 1808, pp. 20.

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