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TUKE, Samuel. Description of the struments described in the Cuts. Lond. Retreat, an Institution near York 1733, folio.-- Second edition, 1739, folio. for Insane Persons of the Society Fourth edition, carefully corrected, with
Third edition, with Index, 1751, 8vo. of Friends ; containing an Account an Introduction, by William Cobbett. of the Origin and Progress, the Lond; 1829, 8vo. published at 168. Re
duced, H. G. Bohr, 58. Modes of Treatment and a Statement of Cases. By Samuel Tuke.
TULLY, Richard. Narrative of York, 1813, 8v0. 4.8.
a ten Years' Residence at Tripoli, Pp. xx and 228, with a perspective in Africa, from the original Corresview, and two plans. LARGE PAPER in 4to. pondence in the Possession of the
Practical Hints on the Construction of Family of the late Richard Tully, Pauper Lunatic Asylums. York, 1815, Esq. the British Consul. Lond. 4to.
1816, 4to. Map and coloured Thomas. A Treatise against plates, 158. Painting and Tinctvring of Men A most curious and interesting work. and Women: against Murther and -1817, 4to. - Third edition, Lond. 1819, Poysoning : against Pride and Am- 8vo. 2 vols. coloured plates, 12s. bition: against Adulterie and
TUNDAL. Libellus de Raptu Witchcraft. And the Roote of all Anime Tundali et ejus Visione, these, Disobedience to the Minis- tractans de penis inferni et gaudiis terie of the Word. Wherevnto is paradisi. n. p. or d. 4to. with 20 added, The Picture of a Picture, singular woodcuts. or, the Character of a painted Hell and Heaven, by an Irishman, is by
This account of a supposed vision of Woman. By Thomas Tuke, Mi- Panzer attributed to the press of Reyser nister of God's Word at Saint of Eichstadt, who printed about 1475. Giles in the Fields. Lond. 1616, A copy is in the Grenville Collection.-
Another edition, supposed to be printed 4to.
at Cologne by Her Hoernen is described in A-K, in fours, A 1 and K 4 blank. the Spencer Catalogue, and Thorpe Inglis, 1592, 9s. Gordonstoun, 2221, 21. marked one 51. 55. probably the same as 83. Sir F. Freeling, 2246, 11. 7s. Heber, sold at Bright's, 1845, for 21. 108.- Anopt. vi. 10s. 6d. Bright, 5699, morocco, 21. ther edition supposed to be printed at 48. Bliss, pt. ii. 2147, 198. Sotheby's, Cologne by Ulric Zell, n. p. or d., sold at April, 1863, 11. 118.
Heber's sale for 41. 85.—n. p. or d. (AntConcerning the holy Eucharist and the werp,) 4to. Bright, 5702, 21. 10s. Popish breaden-God, to the Men of Rome as well laiques as cleriques (in verse) thys Vander Goes, 1472, 4to. Heber, pt.
Tondalus Vysioen. T'Antwerpen. Man. p. 1625, 4to.-Lond. 1636, 4to. Skegg, vi. 91. 59. Antwerpen, B.a. Thorpe, 31. 3s. 1835, 11. 10s.
There were several other editions in TULKET, Marmaduke. A topo- Latin, German, and Dutch, notices of graphical, statistical and historical which are given in the following EnAccount of the Borough of Preston glish version :in the County of Lancaster, its An- Metrical Moralizations, and other Frag
The Visions of Tundale, together with tiquities, &c. &c. By Marmaduke ments of early Poetry, hitherto inedited. Tulket, O. S. B. 12mo. 68.
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TUNE.-An Essay upon Tune, New Horse-hoeing Husbandry, or an
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TUNNICLIFF, William. A To Compendium in decem Libros Ethico. pographical Survey of the Counties rum Aristotelis. Paris, 1564, 8vo.
Contra impios Blasphematores Dei of Stafford, Chester, and Lancaster. Prædestinationis Opus. Ant. 1555, 4to. Nantwich, 1787, 8vo.
Williams, 1666, morocco, 21. 158. Resold, With three maps, and plates of Arms.
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A letter written by Cutbert Tunstall, A Topographical Survey of the Coun late Bishop of Dureame, and John Stokesties of Hants, Wilts, Dorset, Somerset, ley, sometime Bishop of London, so ac, Devon and Cornwall, commonly called knowledged and confessed by the said the Western Circuit. Salisbury, 1791, Cutbert, about 14 Daies before his De8vo. With maps of the several counties.
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TORBERVILE, George. EpiBasiles, apud Jo. Frobenium, 1519, 4to. Brockett, 3105, 21. 68. Heber, pt. vi. 158. taphes, Epigrams, Songs and
Bonets, Gardner, in 1854, 178.
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Velapante.' of the Eclogues of John Bapt. Fiera Man. containing the certaine and true Newes
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tians over the Armie of the great Turke:
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58. a Tour in Normandy undertaken
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