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Thus, Lylly, or Lyly see Lilly.

Ltkacer see LlNACER.

Lynch, John, Titular Bishop of Killata. Cambrensis eversus; seu potius historica Fides, in Rebus Hibemicis, Giraldo Cambrensi abrogata, &c. In quo, &c. plerosque Navos inesse ostendit Gratianus Lucius Hibernicus, &c. An. 1662. folio.

Pp. J56, preceded by a dedicatory epistle to Cfcajte II. and an index of chapters (one feafj; addenda, 2 leaves; index, 7 leaves. The greater number of copies of this work, which is an indirect attack on Girald Barry, •re supposed to have been destroyed in the in of London. A copy is in the British Museum.

Alithinologia, sive veredica Re(s)ponsio sd Inrectivam Mendacijs Falacijs, Ike. Fcetam in plurimos Antistites &c. Hibernos. Endoxio Alithinologo Authore. Impress. 1664-7. 4to. Parti. 144 leaves and 7 leaves of index, &c. The Supplement (printed 16C7) tonuins a title, 13 prefatory leaves, 228 sap« of text; and 9 leaves of index and er.Mta. A copy is in the British Museum.

PS Antistitis Icon, siue de Vita et Mortc K«i. D. Francisci Kirovani Alladensis Episropi: Autore Joanne Lynchso Archidiacono Tuimeiui. Maclovii, 1669. 12mo. With a portrait of Kirwan, by C. Hilaer. A copy, •apposed to be unique, is in the possession ofMr. Heber. Lyxdesay see Lindsay. Ly.ndesay,—, Bishop of Brechen. h true Narration of all the Passages of the Proceedings of the generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland holden at Perth Aug. 25. 1618. Lond. 1621. 4to.

Cordonstoun, 1353, 6s. Lyjjdewood see Lindewood. Lykdsay, Sir David. The poetical Works of Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount, Lion King at Arms, under James V. A new Edition, corrected and enlarged, with a Life of the Author, Sec. by George Chalmers, F.R.S. S.A. London, 1806. crown 8vo. 3 vols.

A most complete and excellent edition, foil of research and accurate deductions. Bindley, pt. ii. 1139, 11 3s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 313, morocco, 21. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 420, 2/. 5s. Other editions —Paris (Rouen), 1558. 4to. Of this edi

tion no perfect copy is known. See Ames' Typog. Antiq. by Herbert, iii. 1485, 1597. —In Copmanhouin (circa 1560). 1 to. This edition was probably printed by John Scott, in Scotland. A copy is in the Lambeth Library. See Ames' Typog. Antiq. by Herbert, iii. 1484-5.—Newly correctit, and vindicate from the former Errouris, Sec. Newlie imprentit by Johne Scot, at the Expensis of Henrie Charteris, 1568. 4to. Roxburghe, 3297, 81 8s. The first complete edition of Sir David Lindsay's Poems. — Edinburgh be Johne Scot, at the Expensis of Hemic Charteris, 1571. 4to. — Edinburgh be Thomas Bassandyne, 1574. 4to. — London, 1575. 4to. — London by Thomas Purfoote, 1581. Perry, pt. ii. 790, 5/. 10s. Gough, 2237, ms. title, 5/. 5s. 'This edition often omits whole stanzas, and has the most arbitrary and licentious misrepresentations of the text, always for the worse.' — Edinb. be Henrie Charteris, 1582. 4to. Constable, 546, morocco, MI. — Edinb. 1588. 4to. — Edinb. be Henry Charteris, 1592. 4to. — Edinb. 1597. 4to. — Edinb. 1604. 4to.

— Edinb. 1610. 4to. Roxburghe, 3298, 1413s. M. — Edinb. 1614. 12mo. A copy is in the British Museum. — Edinb. 1630. 12mo. Sotheby's in 1823, 11 6s. — Edinb. 1634. 12mo. Bindley, pt, ii. 1363, 51 5s. — Glasgow, 1636. Towneley, pt. i. 473, morocco, 21 10s. — Edinb. 1648. Roxburghe, 3299, Is. — Glasg. 1656. Sotheby's in 1821, morocco, 21. 2s. Gough, 2119,8s. 6d. —Edinb. 1670. Inglis, 875, 12«. Lloyd, 726, 21. 6s. Gough, 2120, 8s. 6d. —Glasg. 1C83. Gough, 2121, 8s. Reed, 7096, It 3s. — Glasg. 1696. 12mo. Constable, 607, 21 17s. White Knights, 2412, morocco, 12s. — Edinb. 1709. 12mo. Nassau, pt. i. 2034, 8s. —Glasg. 1712. Dent, pt. i. 1271, morocco, 4s. Nassau, pt. i. 2035, 5s. — Edinb. 1720. 12mo. 5s.

— Edinb. 1776. Gough, 2122, 4s. — Edinb. n. d. Svo. Roxburghe, 3300, 5t 5s.

The Complaynt of the King's Papingo, 1530. London by John Byddell, 1538.4to.

The tragical Death of David Beaton, Bishoppc of St. Andrews in Scotland, whereunto is ioyncd the Martyrdom of Maister George Wyschartc. 1546. Bibl. Harleian. vol. i. no. 8375.

Ane Dialog betuix Experience and ane Courteour off the miserabyll Estait of the World. In Copmanhouin. 4to. The fourth and last book ends on R i, in eights. On the back of the title is ' The Epistil: To the Redare' omitted in the editions after 1574. This edition was printed at St. Andrews by John Skott about 1552. Gough, 2236, IN. 12s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 417, russia, 301 resold Inglis, 946, 171 6s. 6d. — Now newly corrected and made perfit Englise, &c. Hereunto are annexid certaine other pithy Pieces of Woorkes. Anno 1566. London by Thomas Purfoote & William Pickering. 4to. folios 154. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt.ii. 383, two leaves reprinted, 1/. 10s. Gougb, 2238, 6t BibL Anglo-Poet 418, 20L — London by Thomas Purfoote, 1575. 4to. folios 140. Roxburghe, 3301, 4/. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 419, 81 8s. — London by T. Purfoote, 1581. 4to. A copy is in the British Museum. Nassau, pt i. 2543, 11 Is. Oough, 2239, ms. title, 11 4s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 384, morocco, 31 Dent, pt. ii. 597, 31 13s. 6d. Roxburghe, 3302, 5i

The Historie of ane nobil and wailzeand Squyer William Meldrum, umquhyle Laird or Cleiche and Bynnis. The Testament of the said William Meldrum, Squyer. Edinburgh be Henrie Charteris, 1593. 4to. D 4, in eights. A copy is in the British Museum. — 1602.

Ane pleasant Satyre of the three Estaitis in Commendation of Vertue and Vituperation of Vice. Edinb. 1602. 8vo. Roxburghe, 5332, 131 5s. — Edinb. 1802. 8vo. Edited by J. Pinkerton. A very limited number, M? printed. Rhodes, 1533, 3s. Bindley, pt. iii. 22, 4s. 6d. Home Tooke, 402*, 5s. Ane Description of Pedder Coffeis. This poem, which is not in Chalmers' edition of Lyndsay's works, will be found in ' Select Remains of the ancient popular Poetry of Scotland,' edited by Mr. Laing.

Fac-simile of an ancient heraldic Manuscript emblazoned by Sir David Dyndsay. Edinb. 1S22. royal 4t'o. One hundred copies printed.

Lyse, Richard. Regnum Britennis tandem plene in Heptarchiam redactum a Saxonibus, expidsis Britannis, &c. A°. 686. Linea Valesiorum, et Linea Anglise, &c. Richardus Lyne fecit, et Remigius Hogenbergius Servus D. Matt. Archiep. Cantab, scripsit. 1574.

This genealogical chart was afterwards prefixed to ' De Furoribus Norfolciensium, Kctto Duce, Alexandri Nevylli.' 1575.

Lyon, George Francis. A Narrative of Travels in northern Africa, London, 1821. 4to.

With coloured plates. Hibbert, 4993, U Drury, 27S2, 2i 8s. A work containing much information on the geography of central Africa. On this important point the Quarterly Review may be consulted to advantage.

The private Journal of Captain G. F. Lyon, of his Majesty's Ship Hecla, during the recent Voyage of Discovery under Captain Parry. London, 1S24. Svo. with plates. Hibbert, 4910, Ms. 6d.

Narrative of an unsuccessful Attempt to reach Repulse Bay, by Sir Thomas Rowe's

Welcome. London, 1825. 8vo. Drury, 2508, 2s. 6d. Hibbert, 4911, 12s. 6<L

The Sketch Book of Captain G. F. Lyon during eighteen Months Residence in Mexico. No. 1. London, 1827.

— Rev. John. The History of the Town and Port of Dover and Dover Castle, with a short Account of the Cinque Ports. Dover, 18134. 2 vols. 18s.

Collation. VoL I. Pp. xlviii and 366, besides title and dedication, two leaves j advertisement and corrections, 4 pages; contents, 4 pages. Pages 145-6 are cancelled, and at the end of the volume are e'ght plates engraved by R. Rowe. VoL II. Pp. 288, besides title and dedication, two leaves; contents, &c. 2 pages; list of subscribers, 2 pages; explanation of obsolete words and phrases, 2 pages, also 10 plates.

Lyons, Israel, Jun. Fasciculus Plantarum circa Cantabrigiam nascentium, qua? post Raium observata; fuere. Londini, 1763. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

Pp. 72, with preface.

The Scholar's Instructor, an Hebrew Grammar. Cambridge, 1735. — 1757. — Third edition, revised by H. Jacob. 1810.

Lyock, John. Teares for the Death of Alexander Earle of Dun- fermelina, Lord Chancellor of Scotland. Edinb. 1622.

Only one copy is said to exist. — Edinb. 1823. 4to. Seventy-five copies printed, with a biographical preface, presented to the Bannatyne Club by James Maidment, Esq.

Lysias. Orationes et Fragmenta, Gr. et Lat. ex Recens. et cum Notis Joan. Taylor, accedunt Jer. Marklandi Conjecture. Londini, 1739.

4 to.

Of this excellent edition 300 copies were printed in demy quarto. Willett, 1472, li 5s. LARGE Paper in royal 4to. Seventyfive copies printed, Best Paper on fine writing royal. Duke of Grafton, 273, 5A Heath. 3605, 51. 12s. Dent, pt. ii. 700, morocco, 9/. Drury, 2783, 101 10s.

Lysis: Orationes et Fragmenta, Gr. et Lat. ex lnterpretatione et cum brevibus Notis Jo. Taylor. Cantab. 1740. 8vo. An excellent edition. Gough, 2174, 10s. 6d. Dent, pt. i. 1366, russia by Roger Payne, 21 4s.

The Orations of Lysias and Isocrates, translated from the Greek: with some Account of their Lives, and a Discourse on the History, Manners and Character of the Greeks, from the Conclusion of the Pelopon

nenu War to the Battle of Chteronea; by John Gillies, LL.D. London, 1778. 4to. 212s. A faithful and masterly translation, with basts of Lysias-and Isocrates.

Eratosthenes, hoc est, brevis &luculenta Defensio Lysise pro Csede Eratosthenis, Prselectionibos illustrata Andrea; Dunsei. Cantab. 1593. 8vo.

Lysimachus and Varrona. 1604. See H. R. I.

Ltsis. The extravagant Shepherd. London, 1654. folio.

A notice of this work will be found in the lteraspective Review, vii. 291—307.

im. foiio.

Lrsoxs, Rev. Daniel. The Environs of London; being an historical Account of the Towns, Villages and Hamlets, within twelve miles of that Capital: interspersed with biographical Anecdotes. Lond. 1*92-6, Mo. 4 vols.

Bindley, pt. iii. 151, with the Supplement •ad Middlesex Parishes, 6 vols. 71 2s. 6d. G»m*. 1325, 5 vols. 6/. 6s. Edwards, 653, 5 mis. Ill Large Paper. Steevens, 1838, y*- 91 Baker, 434, 5 vols. 23/. Roswfjl*, 8637, 5 vols, with additional plates, m 16s. Collation.—Vol. I. bearing date 1'W, though printed in 1791. County of Samj. Pp. xjj. (including the title-page Md dedication which are engraved) and JN- VOL II. bearing date 1795. Middlesex. T>- n and 598, with indexes, 44 pages. Vol III. bearing date 1795. Middlesex. Pp. "•and 706. Vol. IV. bearing date 1796. Counties of Herts, Essex and Kent. Pp. vi «M 724, also general table and errata, 2 Mes. Pages iii-iv are repeated and pp. M5—8 are also with asterisks. A list of the plates will be found at the commencement of each volume.

— The Environs of London. The Second Edition. Lond. 1811. 4to. 4 vols.

Published at 81 8s. Drury, MM, with the Middlesex Parishes, 61 6s. In the advertisement to this edition the author notices the alterations, additions, omissions, &c. that he has made. See also Upcott's Account of the principal Works relating to English Topography, vol. ii. pp. 914, &e. Laroe Paper. Published at IN. IN. Collation.—Vol. I. Part I. County of Surrey. Pp. 405, besides two title-pages, one engraved, the other printed; advertisements to the vols. i. ii. iii. & iv. of the first edition, and to this edition; contents of the first volume and list of plates, 4 pages. Vol. I. Part II. Counties of Kent, Essex and Herts! Pp. 409—854, commencing with a half-title, and not including the title-pages, Pages' 785—92, sign. 5 H are repeated. Vol. II. Part I. County of Middlesex. Pp. 420, besides two title-pages, one engraved, the other printed; contents and list of plates, 4 paees Vol.11. part H. Pp. 421-922, besideslhe title-page. Pages 661—4 are omitted; pp. 685—8 are repeated with astericks, and pp. 837-8 are repeated.

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A Sketch of the Life and Character of the late Charles Brandon Trye, Esq. Gloucester, 1812. 4to. with portrait of Trye. Privately printed. Bindley, pt. iii. 150, 6s.

History of the Origin and Progress of the Meeting of the three Choirs of Gloucester, Worcester and Hereford, and of the Charity connected with it. To which is prefixed, a View ofthe Condition ofthe parochial Clergy of this Kingdom from the earliest Times Gloucester, 1812. 8vo. 7a. 6d. Large Paper, in royal 8vo. 12s. Collation —Pp 268, besides title-page, one leaf; dedication to Bishop Huntingford, 4 pages; contents, 9 pages, also additions and corrections, one page.

— Daniel and Samuel. Magna Britannia; being a concise typographical Account ofthe several Counties of Great Britain. London 1806-22. 4to. 6 vols.

Bindley, PL iii. 152, 6 vols, and supplement to vol. i. 8/. 18S. 6d. LARGE PAPER Dent, pt ii. 702, 5 vols, with proofs and an additional set by Byrne, 101 10s. Drury

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451 3s. Collation, <$-c.—Vol. I. Part I containing Bedfordshire. 1813. 11 ll8 G.' L. p. 21 12s. 6d. Pp. xxi. viz. two titles, dedication to K. George III. advertisement, list of plates and general introduction, also no

mi'V iV' 2" H. ron,aini"eBerkshi£ 1813. 21 12s. 6d. L. p. 31 13s. 6d. Pp 159—502, besides two titles, and a list of plates, two pages. Vol. I. Part III, contain

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Britannica depicta: a Series of Views, with brief Descriptions, in Great Britain. Lond. 1806. oblong 4to. Bindley, pt. iii. 1037, 4 pts. 21 12s. 6d. Part I. containing Bedfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. 1806. Twenty-four views, and frontispiece, with title, &c. 2 leaves, and letterpress description, 24 pages. Published at

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Lysons, Samuel. An Account of Roman Antiquities discovered at Woodchester near Minching Hampton in the County of Gloucester. LonJ. 1797. colombier folio.

Published at 10/. 10s. Roxburghe, 8559, SI. 13s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 626, morocco, 8t 8s. Willett, 1500, morocco, 10t 10s. — With Coloured Plates. Twelve copies executed in a superior manner to resemble drawings. Dent, pt. ii. 627, 14t Collation.—An engraved title-page, coloured; dedication in Latin to George III. coloured; list of plates (19 plain, 3 coloured) two pages; the descriptive account, 20 pages; printed title-page in French; list of plates in French, also the descriptive account in French, 21 pages. There is a head-piece on p. 1, and a tail-piece on p. 20.

— Figures of Mosaic Pavements discovered at Horkston in Lincolnshire. London, 1801. imperial folio.

Published at 21. 2s. Roxburghe, 8560, 18s. Collation.—Seven coloured plates, with an engraved title-page coloured, advertisement, list of plates and description of the plates.

— Remains of two Temples and other Roman Antiquities discovered at Bath. London, 1802. imperial folio.

Published at SI. 13s. 6d. Roxburghe, 8561, 18s. Collation.—Twelve coloured plates drawn by Robert Smirke, Jun. and engraved by Wm. Daniel), with an engraved title-page, an advertisement, a list of the plates, also a description of the plates, which latter consists of 12 pages.

— A Collection of Gloucestershire Antiquities. London, 1803. royal folio.

Tli's volume should consist of xv nos.; no. I. appeared in 1791. It was published at 61 6s. Bindley, pt. i. 1315, It 18s. Steevens, 1865, 8 nos. 1/. 3s. Bindley, pt. ii. 615, russia, 5/. Large Paper in colombier folio. Published at lOt 10s. Collation.—One hundred and ten plates drawn and etched by the author, with an engraved titic-pigi*; a list of plates, 4 pages ; description of the plates, 38 pages ; index and errata, 3pagM.

— Figures of Mosaic Pavements discovered near Frampton in Dorsetshire. Loud. 1808. imperial folio.

Collation.—Seven coloured plates, drawn by the author, and engraved by J. Warner, with a coloured title-page; a list of plates, also an account of a discovery of Uoaic Pavements, which latter consists of 6

— Remains of a Roman Villa discovered at Bignor in Sussex. London, 1815. imperial folio.

This volume contains 32 plates, also 3 others, for title and list of plates, also i letter press description, taken from the Archsologia.

— Rcliquia: Britannico-Romanae, containing Figures of Roman Antiquities discovered in various Parts of England. Lond. 1813-7. colombier folio.

This splendid work, published at 48/. 6s. totisUti of 156 plates, many of which are on "bole sheets, and most of them beautifully wfcored. The following note appears at the addition of the advertisement of the first raJurne. 'Only 200 copies of the whole work aaw been printed off, and most of the plates ate cancelled; not with the view of making a Matte book, but from the great difficulty of Svfflng even that number properly coloured wider the editor'sinspection.' Collation.Vol. I. 1813. In four Parts. Parti. Figures of Mosaic Pavements dicovered at Horkstow in Lincolnshire. Seven plates, not including Mt engraved title, with 4 pages of letter area descriptions, and a list of the plates. Part ii. Remains of two Temples and other Roman Antiquities discovered at Bath. Thirteen, not twelve, plates, not including the '"graved title, with letter-press description, ''- pages; and list of plates, one leaf. Part iii. figures of Mosaic Pavements discovered near Frampton in Dorsetshire. Seven plates, not including engraved title, also letter-press description, 6 pages, and list of plates, one ka£ Part iv. Roman Antiquities disco"red in Kent, Cheshire, Durham, Lan■asWre, Cumberland, Somersetshire, Nor■iunptonshire and Wiltshire. Ten plates, "with 4 pages of letter-press descriptions, also the printed title and list of plates, 2 leaves. *' the commencement of the volume are '»o titles, one engraved, the other printed; *" engraved dedication to,George Prince 'kgtnt, also an advertisement and contents. The copy of this volume in the royal library in the British Museum has delicate plates, differently coloured. Vol. II.

1817. In two parts. Part i. containing Roman Antiquities discovered in the County of Gloucester. Part ii. Remains of Roman military Ensigns, discovered near StonyStratford Bucks, and Barkway, Herts. This volume consists of 42 plates, not including engraved title, lists' of plates &c, which occupy seven leaves. In it was affixed an advertisement in which the editor states that, 'finding by the last act of parliament For the Encouragement of Learning, he would be liable to the very heavy tax of eleven copies for the public Libraries, he is under the necessity of omitting such (viz. the letter-press) descriptions.' Vol. III. 1817. Remains of a Roman Villa discovered at Bignor in Sussex. This volume contains 32 plates, besides five others containing titles and list of plates, also 10 pages of letterpress, reprinted from the Archxologia.

— Plan and seven Views (finely coloured) of Hampton Court Palace, with an Account of Hampton Court Palace (from Lysons' Middlesex Parishes), folio.

On the title of the letter-press description (consisting of nine leaves) is a coloured view of ' Part of Hampton Court Palace from the Garden.' It is said that only 10 copies of this volume were taken off separately in folio. A copy in a bookseller's recent catalogue was marked 3/. 3s.

Lyster, Thomas. Fragments, taken out of a Manuscript, pen'd by T. L. in the 80th Year of his Age, 1714. Printed in the Year 1714.8vo.

Pp. 15, with a portrait of' Tho. Lyster Philomath: iEtat; sua; 63. A.D. 1698,'by R. White.

The Blessings of Eighty-eight, with divine Poems and Meditations. Lond. 1698. 8vo. with a portrait of Lyster by White.

Lyte, Henry. The Light of Britayne, a Recordeof the honorable Originall and Antiquitie of Britaine. London, 1588. 8vo.

Dedicated to Queen Elizabeth. — Lond. 1814. 4to. Hibbert, 4939, morocco, 11. Is. Of this reprint by Mr. Upcott two copies were struck off on vellum. An account of this ' most excellent scholar in several sorts of learning' and of his curious works, several of which are in ms. in the university library of Oxford, will be found in Wood's Allien. Oxon.

— Thomas. The most royally ennobled Genealogie of James, by the Grace of God, King of Great Brittaine, France and Ireland, &c. London.

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