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Sermons preached in the British Ambassador's Chapel, at Paris, in the Years 1774, 1775, 1776. London, 1788. 8vo. Bindley, pL ii. 1565, 6s.
Mary, who was librarian at the British Museum, published a general index to the Philosophical Transactions, &c.
Maude, John. Visit to the Falls of Niagara in 1800. royal 8vo. With engravings.
M.u-duit, Isr. A short View of the History of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, with Respect to their Charter and Constitution. Loud. 1774. 8vo.
Maule, George. Reports in the K. B. from Hilary, 53 Geo. III. to Mich. Term, 57 Geo. III. By G. Maule and W. Selwyn. London, 18U-7. royal 8vo. 5 vols. 51.15s. Cd.
The sixth volume is in course of publication. These reports are continued by Bunewall, 4c.
— Henry, Bishop of Dromore. History of the Picts. Edinb. 1706. 12mo.
— John. An historical Account of the royal Hospital at Greenwich. London, 1789. 4to.
Maulette, Mme. G. P. See Markham, Gervase.
Macy, B. The Botanic Garden, with coloured plates. London, fscap. 4to.
Published in numbers at Is. each, Fine UrtR in port 4to. published in numbers at li- U. each.
Maundrell, Henry, M. A. A Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem, at Easter, A. D. 1697. The seventh Edition, to which is now added an Account of the Author's Journey to the Banks of the Euphrates at Beer, and to the Country of Mesopotamia. Wuhan Index to the whole Work. Oxford, 1749. 8vo.
Pp. (xii) and 171, also fifteen plates. Best edition. Bishop Newton,inspeakingofMaundrtU, observes, ' whom it is a pleasure to SW<e as well as to read, and whose journal foa Aleppo to Jerusalem, though a little tote, is yet worth a folio, and is so accurately *»d ingeniously written, that it might serve » » model for all writers of travels.' Marquis of Townshend, 2053, lis. LARGE »»««. Towncley, pt. ii. 734, lis. fid. Steetens 1S90, 12s. 6d. Williams, 1188,
morocco, IN. Bp. Randolph, 859, It H.
— Oxford, 1703. 8vo. 5s. Large Paper. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 344, H. 13s. — Oxford, 1707. 8vo. —Oxford, 1714. 8vo. 5s. Large PAPER. Hibbert, 5241, 13s.
— Oxford, 1721. 8vo. 5s. —Oxford, 1732. 8vo. Roxburghe, 7263, 6s. 6d. Bindley, pt. ii. 1734, 6s. 6d. Large Paper. Dent, pt. i. 1402, morocco, 17. Is. Edwards, 521, 9s. — Oxford, 1743. 8vo. 8s. Large Paper. Heath, 2637, U 19s. —Oxford, 1740. 8vo. Fonthill, 2888, 17. 6s. Reed, 5078,12s. Willett, 1687, lis. —London, 1810. 8vo. Drury, 2676, 14s. Fonthill, 830, li Is. large Paper. Earl of Kerry, 357, 17s. 6d. Maundrell's Journey will be found in Harris' and Pinkerton's Collections of Voyages and Travels.
Maunsell, Andrew. Catalogue of English Bookes. London, 1595. folio.
Hibbert, 5430, 17. 8s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1255, It 18s. Dibdin, 82, 27. 8s. Collation.—Part i. printed by Winder, pp. 123, besides title and 3 dedications, 4 leaves. Part ii. printed by James Roberts, pp. 27, besides titles and 3 dedications, 3 leaves. Hearne calls this catalogue * a very scarce scarce and yet a very useful book,' and it is curious on many accounts, particularly as it affords the titles of many works, and records the names of various authors, long since lost or forgotten. It is much to be lamented that Maunsell did not proceed to his third collection. •
Maupertuis, P. L. M. de. Figure of the Earth. London, 1738. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
Maurice of Nassau. A briefe Relation of what hath happened unto Counte Maurice of Nassau, since the Taking of Rynberk. Lond. 1601. 4to.
Ireland in 1801, 571, N. 6d. Inglis, 967, russia, 12s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1605, It 10s.
Maurice, Rev. Thomas. Indian Antiquities: or, Dissertations relative to the Geography, Theology, Laws, &c. of Hindostan. London, 1793-1800. 8vo. 7 vols.
Bindley, pt. ii. 153C, 1/. 1 Is. 6d. Earl of Kerry, 331, 27. 15s. 'I recommend, in the most earnest manner, both the dissertadons and the history of this writer to the attention of all those who are desirous of seeing strong additional light thrown upon some of the most important doctrines of the holy scriptures.'—Bishop Tomline.
The History of Hindostan; its Arts, and its Sciences, as connected with the History of the other great Empires of Asia, during the most ancient Periods of the World. With numerous illustrative Engravings. London, 1795-8. 4to. 3 pans in 2 vols. Bindley, pt. iii. SI3, 15s. Fonthill, 3137, 61 6a. Duke of York, 3168, U 15s.
The modern History of Hindostan: comprehending that of the Greek Empire of Bactria, and other great Asiatic Kingdoms, bordering on its western Frontier: commencing at the Period of the Death of Alexander, and brought down to the Close of the Year 1788. London, 1802-10. 4to. 5 parts in 2 vols. Earl of Kerry, 400, with the ancient history, 4/. 6s. Duke of York, 3169, V. 13s.
Grove Hill (Camberwell): a rural and horticultural Sketch (with a Catalogue of Fruit Trees and Plants in the Garden). London, 1804. Mo. pp. 47, with six plates. — 1799. 4to. pp. 82, including the title, preface and argument, also fifteen wood cuts, by 1. Anderson, from drawings by G. Samuel, exclusive of the vignette in the title-page. This edition contains ' an Ode to Mithra.' Bindley, pt. iii. 315, 9s. M.
Richmond Hill; a descriptive and historical Poem: illustrative of the principal Objects viewed from that beautiful Eminence. London, 1807. 4to. Pp. 176, including the two titles, dedication to Lord Sidmouth, advertisement and list of subscribers, also two folding views.
Westminster Abbey: with other occasional Poems, and a free Translation of the Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles. London, 1813. royal 8vo. pp. 217, with 3 plates. — 1784. 4to. 2s. 6d.
Memoirs of the Author of Indian Antiquities. 1819. 2pU. Combe, 1296, 10s. 6d
Mr. Maurice published several other works of minor importance.
Maurier, Baron. The Lives of all the Princes of Orange from William the Great, Founder of the Commonwealth of the United Provinces, translated by Thomas Brown. London, 1693. 8vo. 5s.
Mauritius. — A Voyage to the Island of Mauritius, the Isle of Bourbon, the Cape of Good Hope, &c, with Observations and Reflections by a French Officer. Translated from the French by John Parish. Lond. 1775. 8vo.
An Account of the Conquest of the Isle of France, or Mauritius and Bourbon; with some Notices on the History, &c of those Islands. 1812. 8vo. 2 vols.
A Catalogue of the exotic Plants cultivated in the Mauritius at the Botanic Garden,
Honplaisir, Reduit and other Places. Mauritius, 1816. 4to.
Macrocordattjs, J. N. A. Liber de Officiis, Gr. et Lat. Londini, 1724. small 8vo. 3s.
Maurus, Abbot. Of the Sacrament. See Guild, William.
Macry, The Abbe. The Principles of Eloquence, adapted to the Pulpit and the Bar. Translated from the French, with additional Notes, by J. N. Lake, A. M. London, 1793. 8vo.
Williams, 1189, 5s.
Mavor, William, LL.D. Universal History, ancient and modern, to the Peace of 1601. Lond. 1802 & 1813. 18mo. 25 volumes.
A useful work, Large Paper.
Historical Account of the most celebrated Voyages, Travels and Discoveries from the Time of Columbus to the present Period. London, 1796-1801. 18mo. 25 vols. — 1810. ISmo. 25 vols. — 1813-15. 18mo. 28 vols.
The British Tourists. Lond. 1798-1800. ISmo. 6 vols. — 1807. 18mo. 6 vols.
Dr. Mavor published a variety of other works, principally for the use of schools. His Spelling Book is extremely popular.
Mawe, John. Travels in the Interior of Brazil; including a Voyage to the Rio de la Plata, and an historical Sketch of the Revolution at Buenos Ayres. London, 181-4to.
Illustrated with engravings. Fonthill, 865, 2t — 1821. 8vo. with coloured plates. 18s.
The Mineralogy of Derbyshire; with a Description of the most interesting Mines in the North of England, in Scotland and in Wales; and an Analysis of Mr. Williams's work intitled ' The mineral Kingdom.' Subjoined is a Glossary of the Terms and Phrases used by Miners in Derbyshire. London, 1802. 8vo. Nassau, pt. i. 2222, 10s. C»flation.—Pp. 211, besides title; preface sad errata, 8 pages; contents, 5 pages, also three plates and a map of Derbyshire.
The Linnsean System of Concholofl. London, 1S23. 8vo. pp. 207, with 37 plates, plain, 1/. Is.; coloured, 21. 12s. 6d
Shell Collector's Pilot, or Voyager's Companion. Fourth Edition. Lond. 1825. <«•
Instructions for the Management of the Blow Pipe. Fourth Edition. Lond. 1S2J12mo. 4s.
A Treatise on Diamonds and precious Stones. Second Edition. London, 1826. Ifo. lis. — 1813. 8vo.
Amateur Lapidary's Guide. Lond. 1827. ISmo. Is. 6d.
Description of Lapidaries' Apparatus. IJmo.
Familiar Lessons on Mineralogy and Geology. Ninth Edition. London, 1828. 7s.
A new descriptive Catalogue of Minerals, with Diagrams of their simple Forms from Dr. Clarke's Syllabus. Eighth Edition. London, 1829. 12mo. 7».
— Thomas. Universal Gardener and Botanist, or a general Dictionary of Gardening and Botany. By Thomas Mawe and John Abercrombie. London, 1797. 4to.
Erery Man his own Gardener. By Thomas Mawe and John Abercrombie. The t*ratT-second Edition, brought down to ike present State of Horticultural Knowledge. London, 1822. 12mo. 8s.
Mawman, Joseph. An Excuraon to the Highlands of Scotland, and the English Lakes, with Recollections, Descriptions, and Reference* to historical Facts. London. IW5. 8vo.
Drury, 2680, 4s.
Hcioresque Tour through France, Swit"*nd, on the Banks of the Rhine, and TM<*&t> Part of the Netherlands: in the Jar 1816. With Maps. London, 1817.
Maxey, Anth. Five Sermons w&re the King. Lond. 1614. 4to.
Maxims, Characters and Reflections, critical, satyrical, and moral. London, 1756. 8vo.
An ingenious work by — Greville, pubTMed anonymously. Bindley, pLii. 902,
Notis illustravit Jo. Davisius. Cantab. 1703. 8vo. 3s.
The Dissertations of Maximus Tyrius, translated from the Greek by Thomas Taylor. London, 1804. crown 8vo. 2 vols. 12s.
Maxwell, James. The laudable Life and deplorable Death of Prince Henry. Together with some other Poems, in Honor of King James, Prince Charles and Princesse Elizabeth. By I. M. Master of Artes. London, 1612. 4to.
A, two leaves, B—F, in fours. Nassau, pt.iL 151, 21. lis. Bindley, pt. iv. 713, 3/. 9s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 459, morocco, 10/. 10s.
The golden Art, or the right Way of Enriching. London, 1611. 4to.
The golden Legend; or Mirrour of religious Men and goodly Matrons, concerning Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and their Wives. London, 1611. 8vo.
A speedy Passage to Heaven, or Christian's Practice; being an Exposition upon the ten Commandments, Creed and Lord's Prayer. London, 1612. 8vo.
A Monument of Remembrance erected in Albion in Honor of the magnificent Departure from Brittanie and honorable Receiving in Germanie of the two most noble Princes Fredericke and Elizabeth. Lond. 1613. 4to. In verse. Gordonstoun, 1571, 2/. 15s. Bindley, pt. iii. 385, 21. Nassau, pt. ii. 152, with portraits by Visscher inserted, 3/. 5s.
Carolanna, that is to 6ay, a Poemc in Honour of our King, Charles-James, Queen Anne, and Prince Charles. By lames Anneson. London (1614). 4to. pp. 48. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 256, morocco, 1/. 17s. Gordonstoun, 1570, 2t 2s. Bindley, pt. iv. 1074, 4t 14s. 6d. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 5, 5/.
— Jo. Lex Rex, or a Dispute for the just Prerogative of King and People, in Defence of Scotland. London, 1644, 4to.
— John. A Discourse concerning God, with a short Account of the Cape of Good Hope. London, 1715. 12mo.
May, Edward, M.D. A Relation of a strange Monster, or Serpent, found in the left Ventricle of the Heart of John Pennant, a Gentleman, of the Age of 21 Years. London, 1639. 4to.
Twenty-three leaves, with two cuts. Reed, 1343, 4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 153, 7s. Roxburghe, 1809, 8s. 6d. Reprinted in the fifth volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts.
May, George. White-Powder Plot discovered; or a prophetical Poeme. 1662.
Lloyd, 793, with Answer of Waller's Fainter to his many new Advisers, 1067, 16s.
May, Thomas. Dramatic Works.
In the year 1744, Coxeter circulated proposals for printing this author's plays. An article ' on the comedies of Thomas May' will be found in the New Monthly Magazine, n. a. ii. 70-5.
The Heire, a Comedy. London, 1C22. 4to. BoswelL 1969, 12s. — 1633. 4 to. Boswell, 1970, 7s. Roxburghe, 5442, 12s. Reprinted in Dodsley's Collection of old Plays.
Antigone, a Tragedy, bond, 1631. 8vo.
Cleopatra, a Tragedy. London, 1639. 12mo. Roxburghe, 5441, lis. Bindley, pt ii. 1579, with Agrippina, 1639, 21. 4s. Field, 320, with Agrippina, 1639, 7s.
Julia Agrippina, Empresse of Rome, a Tragedy. London, 1639. 12mo. Reed, 8268, 2s. 6d. Roxburghe, 5443, Us. Hibbert, 4916, 2s. 6d.
Two Tragedies, viz. Cleopatra Queene of Egypt, and Aggripina Empress of Rome. London, 1654. 12mo. Nassau, pt i. 2226, 1/. 3s. Rhodes, 1667, ll. 5s.
The old Couple, a Comedy. London, 1658. Ito. Roxburghe, 5444, 2s. Boswell, 1979, 6s. 6d. Rhodes, 1666, 5s. Bindley, pt. iii. 523, 2s.
The History of the Parliament of England, which began Nov. 3, M.DC.XL.; with the short and necessary View of some precedent Years. London, 1812. 4to. 15s. pp. xxxi, including titles, and 337, with a portrait of May, by Middlemist, and a view of the two houses of the parliament. Edited by Baron Maseres, who has added a preface, and in the margins of the pages of the work has given short abstracts of its contents, and likewise an appendix containing the declarations &c. of both houses of parliament, with the king's answers. 'This history is written with much temper, moderation and judgment, and with great vigour of style and sentiment.'—Bishop Warburton. Though highly praised by the Earl of Chatham for its honesty, it cannot by any means be considered as an impartial work. — London, 1647. folio. Hibbert, 5431, 10s. 6d. Hollis, 722, Us. Gordonstoun, 1617, 14s. Roxburghe, 1119, 16s. Marquis of Townshend, 2637, 18s. Brockett, 2079, 11 Is. Drury, 2854, U 18s.
The Reigne of King Henry the Second, written in seaven Bookes. London, 1633. small 8vo. pp. 208. Hibbert, 5251, morocco, lis. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 348, 1/. 10s. Inglis, 905, 21. 2s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 555.
Epigrams, divine andmorall. 1683. Bindley, pt. ii. 1964, 51 12s. 6d.
The victorious Reigne of King Edward the Third, written in seven Bookes. Lond. 1635. 8vo. Written in verse by the special command of K. Charles I. Roscoe, 1831, 10s. Hibbert, 5252, morocco, Mg, Jadis, 32, 11 14s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 471, 21 5«. Inglis, 906, 21 12s. 6d. Collation.—A, including portrait of the king, 4 leaves; B—N, 8 leaves each, and O 2 leaves •— 16381 Bindley, pt. ii. 1965, 21. 10s.
Supplementum Lucani. Lug. Bat 1640. 12mo. Dr. Johnson, unjustly, according to T. Warton, prefers the Latin poetry of May and Cowley to that of Milton, and thinki May to be the first of the three.
A Discourse concerning the Success of former Parliaments. London, 1642. Ito.
The Character of a right Malignant 1644. 4 to.
The changeable Covenant. Lond. 1650.4to.
Historic Parliament Anglise Breviarium. Lond. (1650). 12mo. 3s.
A Breviary of the History of the Parliament of England, in three Parts. London, 1650. 12mo. — 1655. with a portrait of May by Cross. Gordonstoun, 1618, ISs. Bindley, pt. ii. 1762, 11. 10s. Towneley, pt. i. 488, morocco, 2/. 1 Is.
The Life of a satirical Puppy, called Xim. Lond. 1657. 8vo. Pp. 118, with a frontispiece containing portraits of Nim and his man Oliver Bunge in the dress of the times. Nassau, pt. i. 2007, russia, 3/. 13s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1325, without the frontispiece, 13s.
May published translations of the Georgics of Virgil, Lucan's Pharsalia, some ol Martial's Epigrams, and Barclay's Argenis.
Mayans i Siscak, D. Greg. The Life of Michael de Cervantes Saavedra, translated by Mr. OzelL London, 1738. 4to.
Mayer, John, D.D. A Commentary upon the Bible: wherein the divers Translators and Expositions, literall and mystically, of the most famous Commentators, both antient and modern, are propounded and examined. London, 1653. folio. 5 vols.
— L. Views in Egypt, from Drawings in the Possession of S,r Rob. Ainslie, taken during his Embassy to Constantinople, by Luigi Mayer, with an History of theCountry (in English and French). Lot* don, 1801 or 1802. imperial folio.
Marquis of Townshend, 2220, 12 not 31 13s. 6d. Earl of Kerry, 637, 41 1» Gough, 2277, 12 nos. N. 5s. WUlett, 1«M. Morocco, «/.«». White Knights, 2782, mo rocco, 8/. 10s. Roxburghe, 8851, with Views in the Ottoman Empire, russia, 6110s. North, pt. ii. 884, with Views in the Ottoman Empire and in Palestine, 12/. 15s. Earl of Kerry, 639, with Views in the Ottoman Empire and in Palestine, 167. 16s. Nassau.pt. i. 2593, with Views in the Ottoman Empire and in Palestine, russia, 19/. 8s. 6d.
Views of the Ottoman Empire, chiefly in Ciramania, a Part of Asia Minor hitherto oneiplored, with Descriptions in English and French. London, 1803. imp. folio. With 10 coloured plates. Gough, 2278, <Mf.Jil3s.6d.
Hews in Palestine, from the original Drawings of Luigi Mayer, with an historical and descriptive Account of the Country and its remarkable Places, in English and French. London, 1801. imp. folio. With 24 coloured plates. Dent, pt. ii. 764, with Views of the Ottoman Empire, 2i 5s. Earl of Kerry, M, St ISs. 6d- Marquis of Townshend, H21,41. Gough, 2275, 41 6s.
Views in the Ottoman Dominions in Europe, in Asia and some of the Mediterranean haadj, from the original Drawings taken for Sir Rob. Ainslie by Luigi Mayer. Lond. "10. folio, 2 pts. in 1 vol. 71 coloured Ates Duke of York, 262, pts. 1 and 2,
— Michael. Lusus serius, or serious Pastime, a philosophical Discourse concerning the Superiority of Creatures under Man. Transited by J. De la Salle. London, 163-t. 12mo.
White Knights, 2670, 4s. 'Put out in English by John Hall: Half of which was »*« in one afternoon, over a glass of wine in > tavern.'—Ant. a Wood.
— Tobias. Tabulae Motuum Solis et Lunae novae et correctae; quibus accedit Methodus Longitudinumpromota. Londini, 1770. 4to. M. 6d.
Published by Dr. Maskelyne. The pari*»oit granted 3000£ to the widow of this "trooomer for his excellent tables.
Theoria Lunae juxta Systema NewtoniaTim. Lond. 1767. 4to.
Lunar Tables, improved by C. Mason. ••""ion, 1789. 4to.
Mayerne Turquet, Lewis de. A general Historie of Spaine, in thirty Books, translated by E.Grimestone. London, 1612. folio. Reed, 4888,12s. fid.
Mayhew, Experience. Account of Indian converts, with Mr. Prin
ce's Account of English Ministers
in New England. London, 1727.
Williams, 1191,7s. 6d.
Maynard, John. The xii Wonders of the World. Set and composed for the Violl de Gambo, &c, by John Maynard, Lutenist at the most famous Schoole of St. Julians in Hartfordshire. London, 1611. folio.
A copy of this curious work is in the Bodleian library.
Mayne, Jasper, D. D. Two Plaies, the City Match, a Comoedy, and the Amorous Warre, a Tragi-Comedy, both long since written. Oxford, 1658. 4to.
Bindley, pt. iv. 143, 3s. Rhodes, 1668, 8s. 6(1. Roxburghe, 5387, 10s. fid. — 1659. Hibbert, 5032, 5s.
The Citye Match, a Comedye. Oxford, 1639. folio. Roxburghe, 5386, 5s. Rhodes, 2CS8, 4s. Reprinted in Dodsley's Collection of old Plays.
The Amorous Warre, a Tragi-comedy. 1648. 4to. Roxburghe, 5385, 6s. fid.
Certaine Sermons and Letters of Defence and Resolution to some of the late Controversies of our Times. London, 1653. 4to.
Mayo, Charles, LL.D. A compendious View of universal History from the Year 1753 to the Treaty of Amiens in 1802, with Notes. Bath, 1804. 4to. 4 vols.
Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 491, 16s. Duke of York, 3363, 11 lis. Hibbert, 5386, russia, 1/. 14s.
A chronological History of the European States, with their Discoveries and Settlements, from the Treaty of Nimeguen in 1678, to the Close of 1792. Bath, 1793. folio. Roxburghe, 7423, 5s. 6d.
•— John. The Pope's Parliament. Whereunto is annexed, an Anatomie of Pope Joane. London, 1591. 4to.
Dedicated to Sir George Trenchard, Knight. — 1594. 4to.
Mead, Richard, M.D. Medical Works. Lond. 1762. 4to.
With a portrait of the author. Bindley, pt. iii. 319, 6s. The works of this eminent physician have been frequently reprinted.
Medica Sacra; or a Commentary on the most remarkable Diseases mentioned in Holy Scripture. Translated from the Latin