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N. T. printed at Cologne in 1526, with TYRO, T. T. Tyros roring Megge two introductory paragraphs added, and some variations, by Fox. It is probable planted against the Walles of Me that there was a separate edition, but no lancholy. One Booke cut into two copy is known.

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Sir James, The general HisLloyd, 399, 5s. Hollis, 348, morocco, 12. tory of England, both ecclesiastical

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This work was never completed ; it only

extends to the death of Richard II. In tion courageuse et louable de la it there is much curious natter not to be Comtesse de Tirconel, Irlandoise. found in other historians. It is styled Ses adventures et ses voyages en

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TERTÆUS. Knox, to are Letter sent be James

Spartan Lessons.

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TYRWHITT, R. P. A Digest of the lation of this poet, by Polwhele, will be found with his Theocritus, &c.

Charta to 1 & 2 Geo. IV. A.D. Martial Effusions of Antient Times ; 1821 : with chronological Tables addressed to the Spartan Hosts, to excite of Statutes and Sovereigns' Reigns, them to Valour and Discipline in their Conflicts with the Messenians; and pre- and an Appendix of Schedules and scribed as pernianent Recitations by the Forms. By R. P. Tyrwhitt and Republic of Lacedæmon to inspire their T. W. Tyndale. Lond. 1822, 4to. Youth with warlike sentiments. From the Fragments of Tyrtæus. 8vo. 2 vols. Supplement to Ditto, 1826.

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