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The works of this eminent mathematician are held in considerable estimation.

The residual Analysis, Book I. London, 1764. 4to. 3s. 6d.

Mathematical Lucubrations. London, 1755-81. 4to. 5s.

A Discourse concerning the vesianal Analysis. Lond. 1764. 4to. Nu — 1758. 4to. 2s. 6U

A Discourse concerning the residual Analysis. 4to.

Landi, Gaetano. Architectural Decoration. 1810. imperial folio. Dent, pt-ii. 617, with coloured plates, 116s.

Landmann, George. Historical, military and picturesque Observations on Portugal. Lond. 1813. &c. imperial 4to.

Duke of York, 2934, 9 nos. with coloured news, IN.

Landor, Walter Savage. Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen. Lond. 1824. 8vo. 2 vols.

Whatever measure of absurdity there may be in Mr. Landor's work, we desire to do him full justice: there is also in it a good deal to be admired, and some little to be appmei—Quart. Rev.

Landrindod Wells.—A Journey to Landrindod Wells, in Radnorshire; with a particular Description of these Wells, &c. The second Edition corrected and amended. Lond. 1746. 8vo.

The work, says Gough, of a lawyer, who gave himself great airs there, and afterwards drew caricatures of the principal characters he conversed with.

Lands.—Of the newe Landes, and of the People founde by the Messengers of the Kynge of Portyngale, named Emanuel. Of the x dyuers Nacyons crystened. Of Pope Johan and his Landes, and of the costely Keyes and Wonders Melodyes, that in that Lande is. Emprenteth by me John of Doesborowe (1521-2). 4to. Landseer, John. Sabasan Researches, in a Series of Essays; including the Substance of Lectures delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, on the engraved Hieroglyphics of Chaldsea, Egypt and Canaan. Lond. 1823. 4to.

With plates. Hibbert, 4555, 11 17». DTMnr,J411,russU, 21. 4s.

Lectures on the Art of Engraving, delivered at the Royal Institution. Lond. 1807. Svo. 6s.

Landt, The Rev. G. A Description of the Feroe Islands. Translated from the Danish. Lond. 1810. 8vo.

The only accurate account since that of Debes. Drury, 22G8, 4s. Hibbert, 4484, 5s. Fonthill, 2588, IN. Pp. xiv and 426, with a map and two* other engravings.

Lane, John. An Elegie upon the Death of our late Sovereigne Elizabeth. By J. L. 1603. 4to.

Six leaves. Phillips in his Theatrum Poetarum stiles Lane that' fine old Queen Elizabeth's gentleman' and ranks him in the class of poets next to Spenser.

Alarm to the Poets by J. L. 1648. 4to.
Supplement to Chaucer's Squire's Tale.

— Sir Richard, Knt. Reports in the Court of Exchequer, beginning in the third, and ending in the ninth of K. James I. Lond. 1657. folio. 7s.

Boswell, 2758, 15s.

— Samuel. The Art of Short's writing made lineal and legible as the common Long-hand. 1716.

—Thomas. The Student's Guide through Lincoln's Inn: The third Edition. Lond. 1814. small 8vo.

The first edition of this useful work appeared in 1803.

Laneham, Robert. A Letter: wherearin, Part of the Entertainment vntoo the Queenz Maiesty at Killingwoorth Castl, in Warwick Sheer in theSoomerz Progress 1575 iz signified. (1575.) 16mo.

Contains 87 pages. Bindley, pt. ii. 1174, 91 15s. White Knights, 1541, morocco, 13£ Two different editions are in the Bodleian Library without printer's name or date. 'Written in a most uncouth style, by a pedantic coxcomb, under an affectation of humour.' —Gifford. Warwick, 1784. Svo. with a few notes marked J. G. — 1821. post Svo. 5s. It is also to be found in the first volume of Nichols' Progresses of Q. Elizabeth.

Lanfranc, M. A Worke of Chirurgerie called Chirurgia Parua Lanfranci, Lanfranke of Mylayne hisBriefe, published in the Englyshe Prynte by John Halle Chirurgien. &c. Lond. 1565. 4to. 5s.

Lanfranc, —, Archb. of Canter

bury. Opera omnia, ex Editions, L.

D'Acherii. Lutet. Paris. 1G48.folio.

Williams, 1179, 11 10».

Lakgbaixe, Gerard, D.D. The Foundation of the Universitie of Oxford; with a Catalogue of the principall Founders and speciall Benefactors, &c. Lond. 1651. 4to.

Pp. 17, exclusive of the title. According to Ant. a Wood, 'mostly taken from the Tables of John Scot of Cambridge, which had been printed in 162:.' See also Oldys' British Librarian, 312—22.

The Foundation of the University of Cambridge; with a Catalogue of the principal Founders, and special Benefactors. &c 1651. 4to. Pp. 17. See Oldvs' British Librarian, SIS—22.

— Gerard. An Account of the English Dramatick Poets. Oxon.

1691. Svo.

Of the several early catalogues of the English stage, Langbaine's only is to be implicitly relied on for its fidelity. Commentators and others have borrowed copiously from him, many of them without acknowledgment. Bindley, PL ii. 1U3, 7s. Nassau, pt. i. 1S70, 7s. Dent, pt. i. 1241, 8s. 6d. Reed, 8242, n.ororco, 9s. 6d. Roxburghe, 4021, 9s. 6d. Garrick, 1269, withGarrick's ms. remarks, Si 13s. 6d. In the British Museum is Oldys' copy of the work, with copious ms. additions, emendations, &c, which have been transcribed into other interleaved copies. Steepens, 1413, 9/. Rest. $630, with additional notes by himself, 91. 2s. 6d.

alamos triumphans. or the Plagiaries of the English Stage ejepos'd in a Catalogue of Flays. 16SS. 4to- Nassau, pt- i. 2360, 6s. J»<£s, 314. 4s. Some copies are entitled,'A new Caalojue of Enciish nays-'

The Lives and Characters of the English Dramatic Poets. Lond. (1698 or 1699.)Svo. An abstract of Laaciviioe's performance, with a CDnanuanoE. by Gudon, a great egotist. Nassau, pc. i. 1*69. 4s. Reed. S241, 5s.6dlarge rxrrz. Nassau, pt. i. 1S71, morocco, as.

Laxgdau, Allan. Confutatio N. Ridbei DeterTninationis de Eucharisria. Paris, loot?. 4to»

A wry is in the British Museum. — Thomas. A topographical DicDOtarj-of Yorkshire. NorthalIrrreaj. IS.'.3. Svo. 10s. t*L

Pp. Sii, with a tided map by John Cary.

Lxscroiiv. T. The practical Platter. The second Edition revised and tclsrged. with an Addi

tion of two entire Chapters of Greens

and Green-houses. Lond. 1696.8vo.

This work, dedicated to Sir Samuel Grim

ston, Bart., was commended by Evelyn. —

16S1. Svo.

Langham, William, M. D. The Garden of Health. Lond. 1579. 4to.

Black letter. Inglis, 784, 2s. 6d. —1578. 4to. Reed, 1326, 2s. 6d. — 1633. 4to. Towneley, pt. i. 645, 6s.

Lasghokxe, Daniel. Elenchus Antiquitatum Albionensium, Britannorum, etc. Origines et Gesta ad Annum 449 explicans, quo Angli in Britanniam emigrarunt, imacum brevi Regum Picticorum Chronico. Cum Appendice. Lond. 1673-4. Svo. 5s.

According to Rawlinson,the second part of this work still remains in ms.

Introduction to the History of England. Lond. 1676. Svo.

Chronkon Regum Anglorum ab Hengisto ad Heptarchis Finem. Lond. 1679. Svo. Heath, 4380, 4s. 6d.

— John, D.D. Poetical Works: to which are prefixed, Memoirs of the Author. Lond. 1S02. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s.

Dr. Lanjrhome, a celebrated writer of his day. published a valuable translation of Plutarch's Lives, likewise some popular novels, sermons, &c

Langle, Marquis de. A senti: mental Journey through Spain. Lond. 17S6. 12tno. 2 vols. 5s.

A translation from the French edition,which ', by an order of the parliament of Paris, was burnt by the common hangman. The author observes, ' The reader loves burned books; so does the bookseller, and so does the author.'

A picturesque Description of Switzerland, London, 1791. lzmo. 2s. 6d.

Langley, Batty. Ancient Masonry. Lond. 1736. folio. 2 vols. 1/. 16s.

With four hundred and ninety-four plates.

Practical Geometry applied to the Arts of 1 Building, Surveying. Gardening, and Mensuratxm. Load. 1728. fono. Wttlett, 1374, - 5s. — 172*. folio.

Pomona, or the Fruit Garden illustrated. London. 1729. folio. With cuts- This i writer pabtisbed several other works on architecture, planting. &c

— Iltontas, M.A. The History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Dcsborough and Deanery of Wycombe, in Buckinghamshire: including the Borough Towns of Wycombe and Marlow and sixteen Parishes. (London) 1797. 4to.

Drury, 4690, 10s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1099, Ms. 6d. Large Paper. Dent, pt. ii. 583, 1£ 15s. Beckford in 1817, H5, uncut, U 18s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 227, russia, 4£ 4s. Collation.— Pp. 482, besides halftitle, title, dedication to the Marquis of Buckingham, preface, list of subscribers, contents, errata, and 4 plates. Between pp. 316-7, is the pedigree of the Borlase family, and at p. 442, that of the Goodwin family.

— William. The Death of Charles I. lamented, with the Resuumion of Charles II. congratulated, delivered in a speech at proclaiming the King at Wellington. Load. 1666. 12mo.

With a portrait of K. Charles II. Binder, pLii. 1291, 13s.

Lakgsdorff, G. H.Von. Voyages and Travels in various Parts of the World, during the Years 1803—7. Lond. 1813-14. 4to. 2 vols. ^ An musing account of Krusenstem's *°vag«, divested of all nautical matters, ably «*WfJ in the Quart. Review, ix. 433—43, ri.JSi-304. Hibbert, 4557, 1/. 9s

Lakgtoft, Peter. SeeHE\nsE, Thomas.

La.ngton, Christopher. An Introduction into Phisycke, with an vniuersal Dyet. London by Edwarde Whytchurche. 8vo.

Ninety-six leaves, A—M, in eights.

A very brefe Treatise, ordrely declaring the principal Partes of Phisick. A. D. K-b.xi.vii. London. 8vo. M 4, in eights, •fades table of contents and epistle to 'Prince Edward, Duke of Somerset, Protector,' &c,

Lanouet, Hubert. Epistolae ad Philippum Sydneium, Equitem Anglum, accurante D. Dalrymple de Hailes. Edinb. 1776. 8vo.

A correct edition. Roxburghe, 6808, 5s. Bmdley, pt. ii. 1517, 10s. 6d. The elder >«sius, speaking of these letters, observed, 'Enant epistolae ejus, nihil minus quam vulP". elegantia exarate.' — Franc. 1632. First edition. — Lug. Bat. 1640. 12mo. Jrwn the Elzevir press. Heath, 334, 4s. 6d. White Knights, 2282, 14s.

See Brutus, Stephanus Junius, i

Lanioan, John. An ecclesiastical History of Ireland, from the first Introduction of Christianity among the Irish to the Beginning of the thirteenth Century. Dublin, 1822. 8vo. 4 vols. 21. 2s.

Lanii triumphantes, or the Butcher's Prize, a Poem; being a Description of the famous Battel between Achilles, a Butcher of Greece, and Hector, a Weaver of Troy. Lond. 1665. 4to.

Steevens, 1108.

La Noue, Odet de, Lord of Teligni. Profit of Imprisonment, a Paradox against Libertie, by Odet de la Noue, Lord of Teligni, being Prisoner in the Castle of Tournay, transl. by J usual i Sylvester. Lond. 1594. 4to.

A poem, not noticed by Herbert in his iml proved edition of Ames' Typographical Antiquities. Constable, 832, it. I4s. 6d.

Banquet, Thomas. An Epitome of Cronicles finished and continued by Thomas Cooper. Anno, M.d.lxix. (sic). Lond. in the House of T. Berthelet, 1549. 4to.

First edition. In this book the following remark occurs 'One named Johannes Faustius fyrst founde the craft of printing', in the citee of Mens in Germanie, anno 1452.' Inglis, 379, N. Hibbert, 4558, IN. Other edition:—London, 1554. 4to. Bindley, pt. ii. 2563, 1/. Is. — London, 1559. 4to. Perry, pt. ii. 598, russia, 13s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 228, 17s. Willett, 1319, 51 2s. 6d. Cooper protests against the ' vnhonest dealynge' of this book, edited by Robert Crowley, in his next edition printed ' in the house late Thomas Berthelettes' 1560. — London, 1560. 4to. Nassau, pt. i. 870, russia, 11. 4s. — London, 1565! 4to. Perry, pt. i. 832, 11. Is. Dent, pt. i. 966, russia by Roger Payne, 2i 2s. Duke of Grafton, 886, 21. 18s. Roxburghe, 7412, russia, 37. 13s. 6d. White Knights, 1141, morocco, 41

Lansdowne, G. Granville, Lord. Works in Verse and Prose. Lond. 1732. 4to. 2 vols.

Bindley, pt. iii. 137, 4s. 6d. Heath, 1832, 5s. 6d. 'Notwithstanding the many praises lavished on this celebrated nobleman as a poet, by Dryden, by Addison, by Bolingbroke, by Pope, aud others, yet candid criticism must oblige us to confess, that he was but a feeble imitator of the feeblest parts of Waller.'— Wartort. —- Lond. 1736. 12mo. 3 vols. Heath, 1831, its. Roxburgh*, 8928, 10s. Gd. Hibbert, 4487, 10s. od.

Poems on several Occasions. Lond. IT 12. 8vo. Hibbert, 44S8, 3s. — 1716. 12tno. Dent, pt i. 1242, morocco by Roger Payne, 13s.

Lansdowne MSS. see British Museum.

Lanspergics, J. J. An Epistle in the Person of Christ to the faithSoule, written by Lanspergius, and translated into English. Antwerpe, 1595. 8vo.

On sig. A 4, over a cut of the crucifixion is 'A dialogue betwixt a Christian and Christ hanging on the Cross. Written into Latine by Marcus Marulus, and translated into English' (Verse). A table follows, and at the end are two hymns, 310 pages.—Translated into English by the Lord Philip late Earle of ArundelL Permissu SuperioruuiJ 610.12mo. Bindley, pt. ii. 1308, morocco, 14s.

A Christian Dial. See Brathwait, Richard.

Lant, Thomas. The Procession at the Obsequies of Sir Philip Sydney, Knight, drawn and invented by Thomas Lant, Gentleman, Servant to the said honourable Knight, and engraven on Copper by Derick Theodore de Brijon, in the City of London. 15S7.

On thirty-four engraved copper-plates, forming a long roll, with a description in Latin and English. Gough, 3395, 391 18s. purchased by Sir Jos. Banks, Bart, and now in the British Museum.

— Thomas. The dailie Exercise of a Christian. London, 1598. 16mo.

Maunscll, in his catalogue, p. 84, notices an edition of the date of 1590.

Lantier, E. F. Voyage d'Antenor en Grece et en Asie. Londres, 1809. 18mo. 5 vols. 10s. 6d. An esteemed romance.

The Travels of Antenor in Greece and Asia, translated from the French, with additional Notes. Lond. 1799. 8vo. 3 vols. 12s.

Adolphe and Blanche, or Travellers in Switzerland, translated from the French. London, 1803. 12mo. 6 vols.

Lanyer, jEmilia. Salve Devs Rex Ivdaeorum. Containing 1 The Passion of Christ. 2 Eues Apologie in Defence of Women. 3 The Teares of the Daughters of Ierusa

ii-m. 4 The Salutation and Sorrow of the Virgine Marie. With diuers others Things not vnfit to be read. Written by Mistris -Emilia Lanyer Wife to Captaine Alfonso Lanyer, Seruant to the Kings Majestic London, 1611. Ito.

Reed, 6959, 2/. 7s. Bindley, pt ii. 2523, 10£ 10s. A—I 2, in fours, I 2 blank. The introductory matter consists of title, To the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, To the Lady Elizabeth's Grace, To all vertuous Ladies in general!, To the Ladie Arabella, To the Ladie Susan, Countesse Dowager of Kent, and daughter to the Dutchesse of Suffolk, The Authors Dreame to the Ladie Marie, the Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, To the Ladie Lucie, Countess of Bedford, To the Ladie Margaret, Countess Dowager of Cumberland (prose), To the Ladie Katherine, Countesse of Suflblke, To the Ladie Anne, Countess of Dorcet, To the Vertuous Reader (prose) 22 leaves. The last poem in thevolume is ' The Description of Cookeham.' The copy, formerly Prince Henry's, is now in the possession of the Rev. Alex. Dyce; it wanted nine leaves of dedicatory matter, which has been supplied from an imperfect copy. The Prince's copy evidently never had the leaf with the verses to the Lady Arabella, it having been probably omitted forpolitical reasons. The copy, formerly Is. Reed's, is in Mr. Heber's, and Mr. Bradley's is in the Rev. Mr. Rice's possession. It is not either in the British Museum or Bodleian Library; a fourth copy is not at present known.

Lanzi, Ab. Luigi. The History of Painting in Italy, from the Revival of the fine Arts to the Close of the 18th Century. Translated from the Italian, by Thomas Roscoe, London, 1S28. 8vo. 6 vols.

Published at ii/. 12s. Large Paper in imperial 8vo. 61. 6s.

La Pena, Alonso de. A Relation of the royal Festivities, made by the King of Spain, to honour the espousal Treaties of the Prince of Wales with the Lady Infanta Maria of Austria. London, 1623. 4to.

La Perocse see Perouse.

La Perriere, Gail. de. The MirrourofPolicie. Lond. 1599.4to.

Gordonstoun, 1800, Ss. A former edition appeared in 1598.

La Place, Peter de. A Treatise of the Excellence of a Christian Man, translated by L. Tomson. London, 1577. 8vo.

logui, 1109, russia, 8s. — 1585. —1596. Nassau, pt. L 948, 4s.

The first Parte of Commentaries concerning the State of Religion, and the Commonwealth of France under the Reigns of Henry II. Francis H. and Charles IX. translated by T. Tymme. London, 1573. 4to. Gordonstours, 1766, G,

— Pierre Simon. The System of the World according to Sir Is. Newton, and subsequent Astronomers; from the French of M. La Place, by John Pond. Lond. 1809. 8to. 2 vols. 15s.

An esteemed work.

An Examination of M. La Place's Theory of capillary Action. London. 1809. 8vo. fc.ll

Elementary Illustrations of the celestial Mechanics of La Place. 8vo. 6s.

A Translation of the Treatise upon analytical Mechanics, which forms the Mecanique Celeste of P. S. La Place; with Notes and Additions. By the Rev.- J. Toplis, B.D. London, 1814. 8vo. 7s.

Laquei ridiculosi see Parrot, Henry.

Lasdxer, Rev. Dionysius, LL. D. The Elements of the differential and integral Calculus. 8vo.

Published at 1/. Is.

Popular Lectures on the Steam Engine. Second Edition. Lond. 1828. 12mo. 7s. fid.

An elementary Treatise on algebraical Geometry. Lond. 1823. 8vo. vol. i. 18s.

An elementary Treatise on the differential tad integral Calculus. London, 1825. 8vo. — Second Edi lion. Lond. 1828. 8vo. 21s.

An analytical Treatise on plane and spheTM»1 Trigonometry. Second Edition, corrected and improved. Lond. 1828. 8vo. 12s.

— Nathaniel, D.D. The Works, with general chronological Tables, and copious Indexes. Prefixed is a Life of the Author by Andrew Kippis, D.D. London, 1788, royal "o. 11 vols.

'In the applause of Dr. Lardner all parties of Christians are united, regarding him as the champion of their common and holy ■ilk. The publication of his works constiiiled a new era in the annals of Christianity: for, by collecting a mass of scattered evi•knees in favour of the authenticity of the "evangelical history, he established a bulwark '" the side of truth which infidelity has ""r presumed to attack.'—Rev. T. H. Hone. Gosset, 3067, lOt 10s. Mollis,

No, 131 LARGE PAPER. Drury, 2271, lit Edwards, 760, 13/. 13s. Earl of Kerry, 328, 14t Williams, 1072, 111 Ms. — 1815. 4to. 5 vols. Brockett, 1820, 5t7s.6d. — 1828. 8vo. 10 vols.

The Credibility of the Gospel History, in two Parts, with a Supplement. Lond. 1727 —57. 8vo. 17 vols. 4t 4s. Part i. 2 vols, was published in 1727. Second edition 17—. The alterations and additions made in the second edition were published separately. Third edition. 1741. Part. ii. 1733—55. 12 vols. Supplement. 1756-7. 3 vols. This work, and the author's ' Collection of Jewish and Heathen Testimonies,' may be said to have given the deistical controversy a new turn, and to have driven the assailants of the Gospel from the field of christian antiquity, in which they esteemed themselves securely entrenched, into the by-paths of sarcasm and irony.'—Rev. T. H. Home.

Sermons by Nath. Lardner, D.D. Lond. 1751—60. 8vo. 2 vols. Heath, 1104, 9s. fid.

The Case of the Dasmoniacs of the new Testament, London, 1758. 8vo.

A History of the Apostles and Evangelists, Writers of the New Testament. Lond. 1760. 8vo. 3 vols. 11 Is. Printed in Bp. Watson's Collection of theological Tracts, who observes ' This book of Dr. Lardner, otherwise intitled the Supplement to the Credibility of the Gospel History, was published in 1756-7. It is so full and judicious on the subject of the canon of the New Testament, that it may of itself be sufficient to give the reader very satisfactory information on that point.'

A large Collection of ancient Jewish and Heathen Testimonies to the Truth of the Christian Revelation, with Notes and Observations. London, 1764—7. 4to. 4 vols. Bindley, pt. ii. 2503, 3£ Is. Dent, pt ii. 584, russia, 2t 7s. Heath, 513, 3t 5s.

The History of the Heretics of the two first centuries after Christ. Published from the MS. of N. Lardner, D.D. with large Additions by James Hogg. London, 1780. 4 to. Heath, 514, 10s.

Larke, John. TheBokeofWisdome otherwise called the Flower of Vertue. Translated fyrst out of Italion into French, and out of French into English by John Larke. 1565. London, by Thomas Colwell. lGmo.

There are fifty-seven chapters to this curious and entertaining work, including the various examples which are attached to several subjects. Reed, 1727, 2£ 3. — n. d. 16mo.

The Boke of Noblenes, translated out of Laten into Frenche, and now in Englitshe, by me John Larke. Printed by Robert Wycr. Kinio.

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