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Notitia monastica, & Short History of of the principal Ancient and Mothe Religious Houses in England and dern Buildings in France and Wales. Oxford, 1695, 8vo. Heber, pt. x.

Italy. Lond. 1806, 8vo. 1 plate. Bibliotheca Britannico-Hibernica: præfixa est D. Wilkinsii Præfatio Historiam

TARBAT, &c. Sir George MacLiterariam Britannorum ante Cæsaris kenzie, Viscount of Tarbat, afterAdventum complectens. Londini, 1748, wards Earl of Cromerty. A Vinfolio. Bindley, pt. iii. 2096, 11, 16s. Bishop of Ely, 1494, 21. 7s. Towneley, pt.

dication of Robert the Third, ii. 1660, 21. 2s. Dent, pt. ii. 1411, mor. King of Scotland, from the Im21. 10s. Drury, 4276, russia, 27. 178. putation of Bastardy,

by the (Pugin), Jan. 27, 1853, (with ms. notes); clear Proof of Elizabeth Mure 61. Mitford, Dec. 1859, 61. 178. 6d. Bliss, (Daughter of Sir Adam Mure of pt. i. 61. A new edition of this work is a Rowallan) being the first lawful desideratum.

Wife of Robert II., then Stewart of TANSILLO, Luigi. The Nurse, a Scotland and Earl of Strathern. Poem, translated from the Italian Edinburgh, 1695, 4to. of Luigi Tansillo, by William Ros

Reed, 5843, morocco, 10s. 6d. White coe. Lond. 1798, 4to.

Knights, 4191, 11. 1s. 'Heber, pt. vi. 18s. Hibbert, 7771, 2s. On Vellum. See CROMERTY, George, p. 557. Knight, in 1847, 21. 18.-The second edi. tion, Liverpool, 1800, 12mo. On VELLUM.

TARLETON, Pann. A History of Heber, pt. iv. 11. 9s.-Third edition, Li- the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781 verpool, 1804, small 8vo. 58. LARGE PAPER. in the Southern Provinces of North

TAPIE d'Auriliac, Jaques de la. America. Lond. 1787, 4to. Chantz royavlı svr les Triumphes 1787, 8vo.

Sotheby's, May, 1860, 11. 28.—Dublin, du Mariage de Monsieur le Dau. phin & de la Royne d'Escosse, par

TARLTON, Richard. Newes out Jaques de la Tapie d'Auriliac. A of Purgatorie. Only such a Jest Paris de l’Imprimerie d'Oliuier de as his Jigge, fit for "Gentlemen to Harsy, 1558, 12mo.

laugh at an Houre, &c. Published Sign. A to D, in fours, 16 leaves. The by an old Companion of his, Robin two last leaves contain three poems, one Goodfellow. Lond. by George in French of eight lines, and two in Latin Purslowe, 1630, 4to. of fourteen lines each. A copy is in the British Museum.

BLACK LETTER. Roxburghe, 6686, 41. 18.

Resold, Heber, pt. ix. 31. 195. TAPLIN, Henry. Shorthand Toyes. Licensed to R. Jones in 1576. adapted to the meanest capacity. drie Discourses and pretie Conceipts, both

Tragicall Treatises conteyninge sunLond. 1760, 8vo. 58.

in Prose and Verse. Licensed to H. Byn. Reprinted, 1791, 8vo.

neman, 1577-8.

A sorrowfull newe Sonnette, intitled William. Sporting Diction- Tarlton's Recantation vpon this theame ary. Lond. 1803, 8vo. 2 vols. gyuen him by a Gent. af the Bel-Sauage, plates, 10s. 6d.

without Ludgate (now or els never) being The Gentleman's Stable Directory, or Entered on the Stationers' books in 1589.

the last Theame he song, by Kyrkham. modern System of Farriery. The twelfth Edition. Lond. 1793, 8vo. 2 vols.

Tarlton's Repentance, or his Farewell to

his Frendes in his Sicknes, a little before TAPPAN, David, D.D. Lectures books in 1689.

his Death. Entered on the Stationers' on Jewish Antiquities, delivered at Tarlton's Jests : drawne into these Harvard University in Cambridge, three Parts: his Court-witty Jests, his A.D. 1802 and 1803. Boston (Mas- Jests. Full of Delight, Wit and honest sachussetts), 1807, 8vo.

Mirth. Printed 1611, 4to. A to E, in TAPPEN, George. Professional

fours, including the title-page, printed in

black letter. In the title is a wooden Observations on the Architecture print of Tarlton at length in his clown's

p. 484.

BLACK LETTER.

TARLTON-continued.

loured Pastes, white Enamel and dress, playing on his pipe with one hand Sulphur, by James Tassie, Modeland beating his drum with the other. ler: arranged and described by Pi. sent the flatness of his nose, which he E. Raspe, and illustrated with got by parting some dogs and bears,' see Copper-plates. To which is prejest on sign. C 4. It has been lately fixed, an Introduction on the varivery indifferently recut for Harding's Biographical Mirrour. North, pt. iii. 684, ous Uses of this Collection, the imperfect, 21. 8s. Ingiis, 1342, wanting Origin of the Art of engraving or the title, with Scogin's Jests, in 1 vol. 71. hard Stones, and the Progress of 28. 6d.

Reprinted, with Tarlton's Newes out Pastes. Lond. 1791, 4to. 2 vols. of Purgatory, in 1844, edited by J. 0.

With 28 plates. Brockett, 3093, 11. 16s. Halliwell for the Shakespeare Society, Hollis, 1503, 21. 10s. Combe, 1654, 21. see p. 2341. See COBLER OF CANTERBURY, 10s. Mitford, April, 1860, 1l. 4s.

Tarlton's Jests, &c. Lond. by J. H. for Tasso, Her. & Torq. Of Mariage Andrew Crook and are to be sold in and Wiuing. An excellent, pleaPaul's Church Yard, at the signe of the Beare, 1638, small 4to.

sant and philosophicall ControuerIn thé Malone Collection, Bodleian Li- sie between the two famous Tassi brary.

now liuing ; the one Hercules the In the Stationers' Registers, 1576, &c. are several notices of Tarleton's poetry, Philosopher, the other, Torquato such as Tarleton's Farewell, &c. See the Poet. Done into English by Warton's History of English Poetry. R. T. Gentleman. Lond. by Thoceps Comodiorum tulit quos Anglia

Tel: mas Creede, and — sold by John lus. There is an article on Tarlton's Smythicke, 1599, 4to. Jests in the London Mag. vol. ix, p.517-20.

Dedicated To the Lord Giouan See. CHURCHYARD, T. (Warning to the Battista Lecino.-Bergamo, 1 May, 1598. Wise), p. 452.

-Hercole Tasso.' L2, in fours. Perry, TARSIS and Zelie, the famous pt. iv. 142, 11. 78. – Nassau, pt. ii. 142,

11. 7s. Bright, 21, 3s. Romance, in ten Books. Done into English by Charles Williams, Gent. Tasso, Torquato. La GerusaLond. 1685, fol.

lemme Liberata, overo il Goffredo. A translation from the French of Le Lond. 1724, 4to. 2 vols. Vayer de Boutigni. Bindley, pt. iii. Edited by N. F. Haym, and illustrated 2074, 4s.

with plates by Vander-Gucht, copied from

those in Castelli's edition of 1590. RoxTARTAGLIA, Nicholas. Three

burghe, 2930, 11. 18s. Willett, 2313, 21. Books of Colloquies concerning the 16s. Heber, pt. i. 14s. Arte of Shooting in great and small

La Gierusalemme Liberata. Glasg. R.

With Peeces of Artillerie, &c. translated plates. Williams, 1696, morocco, 11. 11s.

& A. Foulis, 1763, sm. 8vo. 2 vols. by Cyprian Lucar. Lond. 1588, 6d. folio, 10s, 6d.

Gernsalemme Liberata.

Lond. 1774,

12mo. With cuts, schemes, &c.

The Gerusalemme Liberata of Tasso, TASMAN, Capt. James. Voyage Obscure Passages, and References to the

with explanatory Notes on the Syntax in towards the South Terra Incognita Author's Imitations of the ancient Clasin 1642. See VOYAGES (by Sir J. sics; to which is prefixed, a compendious

Analysis of Italian Metre, by Agostino Narborough and others, 1694).

Isola. 1786, 8vo. 2 vols. 10s. TASSIE, James. A descriptive

Gerusalemme Liberata. Londra, 1796, Catalogue of a general Collection of 12mo. 2 vols. Duke of York, 1996, mor. ancient and modern engraved Gerusalemme Liberata di Torquato Gems, Cameos as well as Intaglios, Tasso, con Note, &c. da Romualdo Zotti. taken from the most celebrated Londra, 1806, 12mo. 2 tom.-1812, 12mo.

2 vols.-1820, 12mo. 2 vols.-Lord. Nutt, Cabinets in Europe ; cast in co- ! 1842, 18mo. 2 vols. 125.

12s,

FINE

Tasso, Torquato-continued. Lond. J. Bill, 1624, folio,

with a portrait Gerusalemme Liberata, con Note da of Godfrey by W. Pass. Bindley, pt. iii. Gio. Deagostini. Lond. 1812, 12mo. 2 vols. 1891, 165. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 855, -Lond. 1821, 12mo. 2 vols. with port, 7s.

19s. Boswell, 2068, 1l. Śs. Roscoe, 1345, Gerusalemme Liberata, da G.B.Boschi. 11. 10s. White Knights, morocco, 21. 12s. ni. Londra, 1813, 32mo. 3 vols. 5s. 6d. Sotheby, March, 1858, fine, 31. 12s. Gerusalemme Liberata. Londra, Pic

LARGE PAPER. Heber, pt. iv. morocco, kering, 1822, 48mo. 2 vols. 10s. Reduced, 31. 10s. Bohn, 4s. 6d. The smallest edition ever

Lond. 1687, 8vo. Roxburghe, 2936, 3s. printed. On VELLUM, six copies struck Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 282, 11. 5s. off.

Dublin, 1726, 8vo. 2 vols. Heath, 2051, Gerusalemme Liberata. Edinb. (Ram.

4s. pini's Classics), 1852, 18mo. 38.

Fourth edition,with Glossary and Index, PAPER, 4s. 6d.

Lond. 1749, 8vo. Hibbert, 7697, 78. SteeTorqvati Tassi Solymeidos, Liber pri- vens, 620, 7s.6d. Dent, pt. ii. 660, 78. 6d. mvs, Latinis Nvmeris expressvs a Scipio Bindley, pt. iii. 1270, 8s. 6d. Stanley, 246, Gentili. Londini, excudebat Johannes

10s. Wolfius, 1584, 4to. Sign. A to G, 14

Lond. 1786, 8vo. leaves, the last containing a Latin poem

The fifth edition, reprinted from the 'Scipivs Gentilis Italvs Poetis Italis. original folio of 1600: to which are preBright, (some leaves scribbled on), 9s.

fixed a Glossary, and the Lives of Tasso

and Fairfax, by the Editor (Charles TRANSLATIONS OF THE JERUSALEM.

Knight). Windsor, 1817, small 8vo. 2

vols. 16s. GODFREY OF BVLLOIGNE, or the Recouerie of Hierusalem. An Heroicall poeme wood-cuts designed by Thurston. Pub

Lond. 1817, small 8vo. 2 vols. with written in Italian by Seig. Torquato lished by S. W. Singer, Esq. 11. 58. Tasso, and translated into English by LARGE PAPER, royal 8vo. R(ichard) Carew) Esquire : and now the printed, 31. 35. E. Poynder, in 1852, 21..

Fifty copies first part containing five cantos in both

On IndiA PAPER. Six copies printed. languages. Lond. by John Windet, for Thomas Man, n. d. 4to. pp. 238. Bibl. original folio of 1600. Lond. C, Knight,

The seventh edition,

printed from the Anglo-Poet. 152, 121. 12s. Hibbert, 7935, 1844, 18mo. 2 vols. 3s. morocco, 21. 5s. Reed, 7447, 21. 11s. He

Edited by R. A. Willmott, Lond. Rout. ber, pt. iv, 21. 2s. Singer, pt. iii. 11. 185. ledge, 1868, 12mo, engravings after Cor-Lond. by John Windet for Christopher bould, 5s. Hunt of Exceter, 1594, 4to. pp. 238. Bindley, pt. iv. 761, 21. 48. Bibl. Anglo-Poet.

Tasso's Jerusalem, an Epic_Poem, 153, 121. 128. re-sold Saunders' in 1818, 61. translated from the Italian (into English Bright, 11.

Verse) by Henry Brooke.

Lond. 1738, It is observed in the Bibl. Anglo-Poeti- | 4to. Books 1. II. and III. pp. 47, 48 and 35. ca, 'Although there is a variation in the The Jerusalem of Torquato Tasso imprint of the two editions, there is no (Book 1.) translated (into English Verse) doubt but that they are the same.' From by Mr. Thomas Hooke. Lond. 1738, the Preface of the book it appears that 4to. pp. 39. Specimens of this translathe translator intended to publish the tion are given in Drake's Essays, vol. 1, remaining books afterwards, but he was pp. 165–6, where it is said that it is exprobably deterred in consequence of the tremely scarce, and very little known. publication of Fairfax's translation. See

Tasso. By Philip Doyne, Esq. Dublin, Retrosp. Review, iii. 32–50.

1761, 8vo. 2 vols. In blank verse, with a Godfrey of Bulloigne, or the Recouerie life of Tasso by Mr. Layng, and an essay of Ierusalem, done into English heroicall on the poem by the translator. Reed, Verse, by Edw. Fairefax, Gent. Lond. 7790, 4s. 6d. A. Hatfield for J. Jaggard, 1600, folio, Jerusalem delivered, an Heroic Poem; First edition. We do not know a trans- translated from the Italian of Torquato lation in any language that is to be pre- Tasso, by John Hoole. Lond. 1762, 8vo. ferred to this, in all the essentials of 2 vols. The dedication to the Queen was poetry,'-- Quart. Reviev, Sir M. M. Sykes, written by Sam. Johnson, LL.D.-Steept. iii. 864, 168. Boswell, 2066, 18s. vens, 621, 10s.-Lond. 1763, 8vo. 2 vols.Bindley, pt. iii. 1890, 19s. Reed, 5645, Lond. 1767, 2 vols. Reed, 7785, 5s. 6d. with Ms. notes, 11. 55. Nassau, pt. iii. Lond. 1772, 12mo. 2 vols. The fifth edi1416, 11. 78. Strettell, 1694, with a dupli. tion, with Notes. Lond. 1783, 8vo. 2 vols, cate variation of the initial stanza, and Heath, 2049, 138. 6d. - Lond. Dodsley, India proofs of the wood-cuts from Sin- 1792, 8vo. 2 vols.-Lond. 1797, 12mo. 2 ger's edition, morocco, 31. 78. Bright, vols. Reed, 7789, 9s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 11. 18. Holland, in 1860, 21. 4s.

661, 13s. - Eighth edition, 1802, 8vo. 2:

Tasso, Torquato-continued. Aminta di Torquato Tasso. Glasg. vols. portrait and frontispiece. - Lond. 1753, 24mo. 1803, royal 8vo. 2 vols. plates by Fittler,

Aminta di Torquato Tasso. Londra, 21. 25.-LARGE PAPER, 4to. 31. 138. 60.-1800, 8vo.

Aminta di T. Tasso. Passo passo ris. -Lond. (Suttaby), 1809, 24mo. frontispiece. Lond. 1811, royal 8vo. plates, 11.1s. contrata, &c. da G. B. Boschini.Londra, --Lond. (Walker's Classics), i819, 24mo. 1809, 24mo. 58. It is also in the 21st volume of Chal

Aminte Gaudia. 1592, See Watsox, mers' Edition of the Poets.

Thomas. Godfrey of Bulloign; or the Gierusa TRANSLATIONS OF THE AMINTA. lemme Liberata of Torquato Tasso, Amyntas, 1591, 4to. In Fraunce's abridged and altered. Inscribed to Lady Countesse of Pembroke's Ivy Church. M **. Lond. Dodsley, 1774, 12mo. 2s.6d. Torqvato Tasso's Aminta Inglisht (by

Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered, with John Reynolds?), to this is added AriNotes and occasional Illustrations. Trans- adne's Complaint in Imitation of Ang. lated by the Rev. J. J. Hunt, late Fellow villara; written by the Translator of of Trinity College, Cambridge. 1818, 8vo. Tasso's Aminta. Lond. 1628, 4to... Sign. 2 vols. 11. 10s,

A to M 3,47 leaves. Nassau, pt. iii, 1189, Jerusalem delivered, Book iv. A Spe. russia, 10s. Roxburghe, 6706, 11. 18. cimen in Spenserian verse, translated by Aminta, the famous Pastoral, written J. H. Wiffen, with a prefatory Disserta- in Italian by Signor Torquato Tasso, and tion on existing Translations. Lond. 1821, translated into English Verse by John 8vo.

Dancer. Together with divers ingenious Jerusalem delivered ; an Epic Poem,

Poems. Lond. 1660, 8vo. Pp. 134, not translated into English Spenserian Verse, including title, epistle dedicatory to the with a Life of the Author, interspersed reader, and interlocutors, 7 leaves. Reed, with Translations of his Verses to the 7786, 28. Rhodes, 872, 38. Nassaui, pt. Princess Leonora of Este, and a List of ii, 669, 58. Bibl, Anglo-Poet. 913, 18s. English Crusaders, by J. H. Wiffen. Aminta made English, by John Old. Lond. 1824-5, royal 8vo, 2 vols. portrait mixon. Lond. 1698, 4to. and woodcut vignette to each of the 20 Aminta, a Pastoral Comedy by Tasso, cantos, pub. at 41. 48. LARGE PAPER, im- in Italian and English. Translated by perial 8vo. 61. 6s. Bliss, pt. i. presenta P. B. Du Bois, B.A. of St. Mary Hall. tion copy, 11. 168.-Second edition, Lond. 1726, 12mo. Rhodes, 995, 2s. 6d. 1826, 8vo. 3 vols. portrait, and 20 vig Amintas, a Dramatic Pastoral. Trans. nettes.---Third edition, Lond. 1830, 12mo. lated from Tassc by William Ayre. (1737.) 2 rols. with the same engravings, 158. 8vo. Reed, 7787, 28. 60. Fourth edition, Lond. 1836, 8vo. 3 vols. The Amyntas of Tasso, translated from 21. 28.--Fifth edition, Lond. (Bohn's Illus- the original Italian by Percival Stocktrated Library), 1857, post 8vo. 24 wood- dale. Lond. 1770, 8vo. 2s. 6d. Roxburghe, cut vignettes by Thurston, and 8 addi- 3702, 5s. 6d. tional steel engravings, 10s. An excellent Amintas, from the Italian of Tasso, by article on this and the preceding English Leigh Hunt. Lond. 1820, 12mo, portrait. versions of Tasso, appeared in the Quart. Hibbert, 7704, 23. 60. Rev. xxxiv, 1-19. See also Westminster Review, vi. 404,

RINALDO, ETC. Jerusalem Delivered, translated by J. IL RINALDO di Torquato Tasso, alla sua R. Broadhead. Lond. 1837, 8vo. 2 vols. vera Lezione ridotto da Leonardo Nardi17.

ni. Londra, 1801, 12mo. A notice of this Jerusalem Delivered. Translated in poem will be found in the Retrosp. Rev. the Metre of the Original, by C. L. Smith. xi, 272–88. Lond. 1851, fcp. 8vo. 2 vols. 128.

Rinaldo, a Poem, in twelve Books: Jerusalem Delivered. Translated by translated from the Italian of Torquato Alex. C. Robertson. Edinb. 1853, post Tasso, by John Hoole. Lond. 1792, 8vo. 8vo. 10s. 60.

with heads of Tasso and Hoole, 58. Jerusalem Delivered. Translated by The Housholders Philosophie, wherein H. Bent. Lond. Bell and Daldy, 1856, is perfectly, and profitably discribed, the 12mo. 2 vols. 128.

true o onomia, and Forme of House

keeping. First written in Italian, by AMINTA.

that excellent Orator and Poet, Signior AMINTA, Favola di Torquato Tasso con Torquato Tasso, and now translated by alcune Annotazioni per Giov. Faber. T. K. Whereunto is annexed, a Dairie Oxford, 1726, 8vo.

Book for all good Huswiues. Dedicated Aminta di Torquato Tasso. Londra, to them by Bartholomew Dowe. Lond. 1736, 16mo.

by Iohn Charlewood for Tho. Hacket,

man.

Tasso, Torquato-continued. and Moral Subjects. Lond. 1698, 8vo. 1588, 4to. Bucke, in his Life of Aken- Bliss, morocco, 9s. 6d. side, says (p. 105), “This book (which is Elegies. 1699, 8vo. in black letter) I take to be an imposi.

Tate published several plays, &c. tion. I see nothing assimilating with the

Version of PSALMS, see p, 2001. subject in any of the general collections

TATHAM, Charles Heathcote, of Tasso's Works."

Lamento, trad. da Lord Byron et Ris- Etchings representing the best Exposta di Leonara. Lond. 1819, 12mo. 2s. amples of ancient ornamental Ar

Lælii Peregrini Oratio in Obitum Tor-chitecture, drawn from the Origiquati Tasso. See ROXBURGHE CLUB, Ap-nals in Rome. Lond. 1799, royal pendix.

fol. 102 plates. TAE LIFE OF Tasso, by the Rev. John Willett, 2499, 31. Fonthill, 1892, 31. Black. 1813. See BLACK, John, p. 210. A few copies with the plates coloured, The Life of Tasso, by the Rev. R. Mil. 51. 58.-Second edition, 1803, fol. 41. 4s.

Lond. 1850, post 8vo. 2 vols. 1l. 1s. Combe, 2125, 11. 118.60.-Lond. 1826, royal -Reduced, 1863, 12s.

folio, 31. 38. Il Tasso, a Dialogue; the Speakers Etchings representing Fragments of John Milton and Torquato Tasso. In antique Grecian and Roman Architectural which new Light is thrown on their poe- Ornament. Lond. 1806, folio, 11. 5s. tical and moral Characters, Lond. 1761, Designs for Ornamental Plate, many of Svo. 2s.

which have been executed in Silver from TASSONI, Aless. La Secchia Ra- original Drawings. Lond. 1806, folio, with pita, Poema eroicomico in XII.

41 plates, 11. 11s. 6d.

Sections and Views of the Gallery of Canti, con le Dichiarazioni di Gasp. Brocklesby, in Lincolnshire. Lond. 1811, Salviani, accresciute dall'Abate folio, 6 plates. Marchioni. Oxford, 1737, 8vo. 2

The Gallery of Castle Howard. Lond.

1811, folio, 6 plates. parts in 1 vol.

The Mausoleum at Castle Howard. Gough, 3471, 3s. 60,

1812, 4to. La Secchia Rapita, Ital, and Eng. by Ozell. Lond. 1710, 8vo. Gough, 3469, 78. and Scale of Truth, by which to find

Edward, D.D. The Chart La Secchia Rapita. Lond. 1779, 12mo. La Secchia Rapita; an heroicomical the Cause of Error. Lectures read Poem, translated with notes by Atkin- before the University of Oxford, at

1826, crown 8vo. 2 vols. 148.; re- the BAMPTON LECTURE. 1790, 8vo. duced, 5s. See WALKER, Joseph Cooper.

2 vols. TATE, James, Introduction to In great estimation.-New edition, with the principal Greek Tragic and Memoir by E. W. Grinfield, Lond. PickComic Metres. Lond. Baldwin, H. G. Bohn, 78.6d.

ering, 1840, 8vo. 2 vols. 11. 1s. Reduced, 1829, 8vo. 58.

Oxonia Explicata et Ornata, PropoFourth edition, 1834, 8vo. 58. Reduced, sals for disengaging and beautifying the Bohn, 2s.6d.

University and City of Oxford. Lond. See PALEY, (Horæ Paulinæ.)

1773, 4to. Title and pp. 25.--Reprinted, - Nahum, Poet Laureat. The with additions, 1777, 4to. innocent Epicure; or, the Art of study of Divinity, in which the Principles

Twelve Discourses introductory to the Angling, a Poem. Lond. 1697, of the Christian Religion are attempted 8vo.

to be laid down with Plainness and Pre

cision. Haworth, 842, 8s. 6d. Nassau, pt. ii.

Lond. 1780, 8vo. 5s, Williams, 670, 78. Reed, 7792, 48.-Second edition,

1697, 138. with the title, Angling, a Poem, Lond.

John. Poems, Plays, &c. 1741, 8vo: The Preface to the first edition For notices of John Tatham, see Bais by N. Tate, to whom it is sometimes ker's Biographia Dramatica and Brydges attributed, but the initials of the com- Censura Literaria. piler head the introductory epistle, J. S.

The Fancies Theater. Lond. 1640, to C. S., supposed to be the author of the small 8vo. This collection of poems, True Art of Angling. See S. J. p. 2164. which the author terms the maiden

Poems. Lond. 1677, 8vo. pp. 148. Bibl. blossoms of his Muse,' is inscribed to Sir Anglo-Poet. 757, 11. 18.

John Winter, and consists of numerous Miscellanea Sacra; Poems on Divine ) odelets and acrostics, epithalamiums,

son.

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