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Midwife, The; or old Woman's Magazine. London. 12mo. 3 vols.
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Miege, Guy. The great French Dictionary, in two Parts. London, 1688. folio.
Reed, 232, 5s. Roxburgh?, 2155, 5s. 6d.
A Dictionary of barbarous French. London, 1679. 4to.
The present State of Great Britain and Mud. London, 1711. 8vo. 'A work fwrr way instructive and commendable'.—
Micge published several other works chiefly elementary.
Miers, John. Travels in Chile and La Plata. London, 1826.
A work containing much valuable infor
nution strangely huddled together 1826.
810. 2 vols.
Mignot, Abbe. The History of the Turkish, or Ottoman Empire, from its Foundation in 1300, to the Peace of Belgrade in 1740: to *which is prefixed an historical Discourse on Mahomet and his Successors. Translated from the French, by A. Hawkins. London, 1788. 8vo. 4 vols.
— Stephen, D.D. Histoire des Demtles de Henry II. avec St. Thomas de Canterbery. 1756. Umo.
Milano, Giovauni de. See Schola Salemitana.
Milbourne, Luke. Notes on Dryden's Virgil. London, 1698. 8ro.
This writer, is called by Pope, the fairest "all critics for having subjoined his own 'rrson of certain parts, that they might be wmpsred with that which he censured. Mil. ""rne published other work* now forgot
Milburn, William. Oriental Ummerce, or a Guide to the trade of the East Indies and China, London, 1813. 4to. 2 vols.
Duke of York, 3376, 21. 11s. — Lon
Mildmay Family..-. Pedigree of the Families of Mildmay of Moul'ham Hall, Essex, and St. John,
of Farley, Hampshire. London, 1803. 4to.
Privately printed. Dent, pt. ii. 731, 18s.
Milford, John. Observations moral, literary and antiquarian, made during a Tour through the Pyrenees, France, Switzerland, the whole of Italy and the Netherlands, in the Years 1814 & 15. London, 1817-18. 8vo. 2 vols. 1/. Is.
Milford Haven.— Observations on Milford Haven. 1812. 4to.
Dent, pt. ii. 35, 6s. 6d. Large Paper. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 636.
Military Discipline, wherein is martially shown the Order for drilling the Musket and Pike set forth in Postures, with the Word of Command. 1642. 4to.
Very neatly engraved. Nassau, pt. ii. 166, 7s. — 1623. 4to. 15s.—n. d. 8vo. Seventy-seven plates. White Knights, 2802, morocco, U. Is.
The ancient Code of military Laws, for the Government of the English Army, under King Henry V. enacted at Manuce, with some additional Ordinances made by the Earl of Salisbury. London, 1784. 4to. 2s. 6d. A separate publication from the second edition of Grose's Antiquities of England and Wales.
The military Mentor. Second Edition. London, 1804. crown 8vo. 2 vols. 6a.
A Treatise on military Finance. 2 vols. 12s. 6d. .
Milizia, Francisco. The Lives of celebrated Architects, ancient and modern. Translated from the Italian, by Mrs. E. Cresy. With Notes and additional Lives. Lond. 1826. 8vo. 2 vols. It 8s.
Mill, Humphry. Poems occasioned by a melancholy Vision ; or, a melancholy Vision upon diuers Theames enlarged, which by severall Arguments ensuinge is shewed. London, 1639. 8vo.
The title is in the centre of a leaf, engraved in compartments by John Droeshout, opposite are some verses giving • the minde of the frontispiece.' Bindley, pt, iii. 113, wanting dedication and preface, 19s. Nassau, pt. i. 2253, 3s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 470. 31. 6*. Bindley, pt. ii. 1807, 71 ts.
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Mill, James. The History of British India. London, 1818, 4to. 8 vols. 6/. 6s.
A valuable work. — 1820. 8vo. 6 vols. Drury, 2719, 4/. 16s.
The Elements of political Economy. Lond. 1821. 8vo. 8s.
Essays on Government, Jurisprudence, Liberty of the Press, Prison and Prisondiscipline, Colonies, Law of Nations and Education. London. 8vo. 7s. Reprinted by permission from the Supplement to the Encyclopaedia Britannica for private distribution.
Millar, James. M.D. The Elements of Chemistry. 1822. 8vo. 12s.
— John. Historical View of the English Government, from the Settlement of the Saxons in Britain, to the Revolution in 1688. To which are subjoined, some Dissertations connected with the History of the Government, from the Revolution to the present Time. Lond. 1803 or 1812. 8vo. 4 vols.
Best edition. Hibbert, 5352, 15s.
The Origin of the Distinction of Ranks in Society. Fourth Edition, with the Life of the Author by John Craig, Esq. Edinb. 1806. 8vo. 9s. Best edition. — 1771. 4to. Roxburghe, 888, 6s.
— Robert. The History of the Propagation of Christianity and Overthrow of Paganism. Edinb. 1723. 8vo. 2 vols.
Roxburghe, 7800, 14s. Cd. — London, 1731. 8vo. 2 vols.
History of the Church under the old Testament, from the Creation of the World. Edinb. 1730. folio. 10s. fid.
Miller, Edmond. An Account of the University of Cambridge, and
the Colleges there. London, 1717. 8vo.
This useful work appears in form of a proposition to both houses of parliament. Pp. 200 (A 2—N 4). Bishop of Ely, 617, 5s. Towneley pt. ii. 736, 3s.
— Edward, Mus. D. The History and Antiquities of Doncaster and its Vicinity: with Anecdotes of eminent Men. Doncaster (1804).
Hibbert, 5424, N. 6d. Bindley, pt. iii. 306, 5s. 6d. Nassau, pt. ii. 167', 1/. 7s. Duke of York, 3378, U Is. Sir M.M. Sykes, pt. ii. 510, 19s. Large Paper. Dent, pt. ii. 732, 15s. Collation.—Title and dedication, 2 leaves; list of subscribers, 6 pages; con, tents, introduction and errata, 5 pages; historical part, 398 pages; appendix and addenda beginning a half-title, pp. i.—xlv. The volume contains 10 plates, at pp. 1, 71, 140, 145, 158,259,265, 303,312, and 359. There are also several cuts on the letter-press, and a map of the environs of Doncaster, as a frontispiece.
— Fred. Cimelia Physica. Figures of rare and curious Quadrupeds, Birds and Plants, with Descriptions by George Shaw. Lond. 1796. folio.
The volume contains 60 coloured plates. FonthiU, 679, 4/., 776,4/. 17s.
— George, D.D. Lectures on the Philosophy of modern History. Dublin, 18,6-28. 8vo. 8 vols.
— Joe. Jests: or, the Wits Vade-Mecum.
This medley of levity, wit and humour, was compiled during temporary intervals from violent paroxysms of the gout; whereby the Author (John Mottley) was almost bedridden. — First Edition. 1739. 8vo. Inglis, 1036, 2/. 10s. — Second Edition. 1739. 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 974, with ms. additions, Hi 5s. — Third Edition. 1739.
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Joseph Wittob. Sixth Edition. 1743. with portrait.
Old Joe Miller: being a complete and correct Copy from the best Edition of his celebrated Jests; and also including all the good Things in above 50 Jest Books, published from the Year 1551 to the present Time. By the Editor of the New Joe Miller (James Bannantine). London, 1800. lime. New Joe Miller; or, the Tickler; containing near 2000 good Things, many of which are original, and others selected from the best Authors. Loud. 1800-1.12mo. 2 vols. Hibbert, 5766, with the Old Joe Miller, 212s.
— John. An Illustration of the sexual System of the Genera Plantarum of Linnaeus (in Latin and English.) London. 1777. imp. folio. 2
This work obtained the approbation of Linrueus himself. No. 1, appeared in 1775, the last, no. 20, in 1777, published at II. Is. each. The work should contain 117 plates, vix. an engraved frontispiece, 104 plates numbered, 7 supplementary ones published in 1750, one ditto not numbered, and 4 others of leaves. Copies with the plates not coloured are of little value. Hibbert, 3452, with coloured plates, 21.14s. — With two sets of plates, one plain, the other coloured. Garrick, 1615, 61 10s. Dent, pt.iL 773,russia, 41. 10s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1023, morocco, IN. 15s. Edwards, TM,
Proposals for publishing Prints of Plants sad Insects. London, 1759, folio.
An Illustration of the sexual system of Linnaeus. Vol. i. An Illustration of the Termini Botanici of Linnaeus. Vol. ii. London, 1779, 89. 8vo. 2 vols. With coloured plates, pub&hed by J. F. Miller. Roscoe, 1769, vol. i. II Is. Edwards, 726, 1/. 5s. Hibbert, 5356, morocco, It 2s. Vol. i. 104 plates, instead of 166, nos. 101 & 184 wanting. Vol. ii. contains 86 plates. Copies with plain plates are of no value.
— John Frederick. Various Subjects of natural History, wherein are delineated Birds, Animals, and many curious Plants; with the Parts of Fructification of each Plant, all of which are drawn and coloured from Nature. London, 1785. imperial folio.
Published in numbers
— J. S. A natural History of the Crinoidea: or lily-shaped Animals. Bristol, 1821. 4to.
Pp. 150, with 50 coloured plates. Sotheby's in 1825, IL 13s.
— Mrs. M. Letters from Italy, describing the Manners, Customs, Antiquities, Paintings, &c. of that Country, in the Years 1770 and 1771, to a Friend residing in France. By an English Woman. London, 1776. 8vo. 3 vols. 10s. 6d.
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— Philip. The Gardener's^tnd Botanist's Dictionary, corrected and
newly arranged, with Additions, by Thomas Martyn. London, 1803-7. folio. 4 vols.
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The Gardener's Dictionary abridged. London, 1735. 8vo. 3 vols. — 1748. 8vo.
Figures of the most beautiful, useful, and uncommon Plants, described in the Gardener's Dictionary. Exhibited on three hundred Copper-plates, accurately engraven after Drawings taken from Nature. With the Characters of their Flowers and Seed Vessels, drawn when they were in their greatest Perfection. To which are added, their Descriptions, and an Account of the Classes to which they belong, according to Ray's, Tournefort's, and Linneus's Method of classing them. By Philip Miller. London, 1760. folio. 2 vols. Published in numbers, no. i. appeared in 1755. Dent, pt. ii. 772, russia, 10i 10s. North, pt. ii. 879, morocco, 10/. 10s. Roxburghe, 1787, 7*. 7s. — 1771. folio. 2 vols. Garrick, 1617, with the Gardener's Dictionary, 1778, 5/. 17s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 2601, -I/. 4s. — 1809. folio. 2 vols.'
Catalogus Plantarum ofncinalium qua; in Horto Botanico Chelseyano aluntus. Londini, 1730. 8vo. pp. 152 (B—U 4), exclusive of the dedication, and explanation of the abbreviations, with a front of the entrance gate to the Garden.
The Gardener's Calendar. Twelfth Edition. London, 1760. 8vo.
— Samuel, A. M. A brief Retrospect of the eighteenth Century. New York, 1805. 8vo. 3 vols.
A sketch of the revolutions and improvements in sciences, arts and literature during that period. — London, 1805. 8vo. 3 vols.
— Vincent. The Man-plant: or, Scheme for increasing and improving the British Breed. London, 1751. 8vo. 4s.
—William. Biographical Sketches of British Characters, deceased since the Accession of George IV. comprising 230 Subjects chronologically arranged, with a List of their en
graved Portraits. 1826. 4to. 2 vols.
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Miller, George. A Description of the Cathedral Church of Ely; with some Account of the conventual Buildings. London, 1807 or 1808.
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Milles, Isaac. An Account of Life and Conversation of Isaac Milles of Highcleer Hants. London, 1721. 8vo.
By Tho. Milles, Bishop of Waterford. Gough, 2357, 8s. M.
— Jer. Inscriptiones antiquae a J. Milles et E. Pococke editae. 1752. folio.
— Thomas. The Catalogve of Honor, or Tresvry of trve Nobility, peculiar and proper to the Isle of Great Britaine. Wherevnto is prefixed, a Treatise of Nobility politicall and civill. London, 1610. folio.
An elaborate and judicious work, compiled from the collections of Robert Glover, Somerset Herald. Page 493 in most copies Is mutilated—the following passage being cut out, 'Naturall children, which he had by Penelope, daughter to Walter Devereux, Earle of Essex, and sister to Robert Earl of Essex, she being wife to Robert Baron Rich. Charles. Montjoy. Saint Johns. Elizabeth and another daughter.' Reed, 3355, U. Is. (tough, 2478, 14s. Od. Nassau, pt. i. 2602, with ninny of the arms coloured, 2/. 12s. 6d. I.akcik I-apkii. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 276, russia, 21t Collation.—Title, engraved by It. Kltdrucke, one leaf; epistle dedicatory, to the lender, uml a table, sign. A, 4 leaves. 'Of Nobility political and civill' sign. B to K.ln nixes alter which is a single leaf, p. 241. Many of the pages are occupied by engraving", page 70 is blank, page 99 iserroneously marked 117, and page 100 contains 'Corurailltiiriiin Garlrriani Ordinis habitus.' The (nlalogur, A a—V v, in sixes, after which is a single leal', page 241; libh—Aa a a a a, then II Ii b Ii b h, 4 leaves, the last of which contain! the errata. After sign. (* q q q q
is a leaf containing duplicate pages 1029 and 1030. The paging throughout the volume is very inaccurate.
Kobilitas politic* vel civilis. Londini, 1608. folio. Bindley, pt. ii. 1474, ii. 2s. Brocket!, 2087,2/. 8s. LI) od, 822,19s. Large Paper. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 277, 21.3s. Hibbert, 5454, 21 16s. Collation.—A, 4 leaves, A 1 blank; B—R, in sizes, sftn which is a singleleaf commencing ' Efficienti.' Sign. G 1,G3, H 1.H5, I 3, 16,L2,M5, and R 3, are plates.
The Customer's Alphabet and Primer; with the Customer's Apology. Lond. 1604. folio.
The Cvstomer's Replie or second Apologie: that is to say, an Aunswer to a confused Treatise of publicke Commerce, printed and dispersed at Midlebourghe and London, in Fauour of the priuale Society of Merchants-Adventvrers. London, 1604. 4u>. B—F 2, besides title and dedication to Lord Buckhurst, &c. 5 leaves.
— Thomas. The Mysterie of Iniquitie, whereby the world may see, read and understand the proud and vaine Comparison of a Cardinalles red Hat and a King's golden
This tract was privately printed in the reign of K. James I. Bindley, pt. Hi- 384, morocco, 10s. 6d. Hibbert, 5637, 17s.
Milliners.—The intriguing Milliners and Attornies Clerks, a mock Tragedy. London, 1738. 12mo.
An anonymous burlesque, written byRobinson of Kendal. White Knights, 2051, 3s. Hibbert, 4099, 3s.
Millingen, James. Ancient unedited Monuments principally of Grecian Art. By James Millingen, Esq. F.A. S. London, 1852.
Combe, 1404, 5 nos. with Supplement, It lis.
Millot, Abbe C. X. Elements of the History of England from the Invasion of the Romans to the Reign of George II. Translated by Mrs. Brooke. London, 1771.12mo.
4 vols. 12s.
Two other translations appeared the ssaw year, one in 12mo. 3 vols, the other »J Kenrick. 8vo. 2 vols. Nassau.pt. i. 2256, i<—In French. Paris, 1769. 12mo. I «* — 1806. 12mo. 3 vols. — 1810. 4 roU.
Elements of general History, translated fromthe French of the Abbe Millot. P»" i, Ancient History. Part II. Modern History. A new Edition, Edinburgh, 1805. 12mo. 5 rois. IL Is. — 1778. 8vo. 2 vols. Nasuo.pt i. 2257, 4s. — 1779, 3 vols. Nassau, pL i. 2258,6s. — A new edition. 8vo. 6 vols.
Mills, Charles. The Travels of Theodore Dttcas, in various Countries in Europe (Part the first, Italy) at the Revival of Letters and Arts. Edited by Charles Mill. London, 1821 8vo. 2 vols.
An amusing ' voyage iraaginaire* written »ith considerable spirit. Drury, 1266, Ms.
A History of Mohammedanism; comprising the Life of the Arabian Prophet, and ruccinct Accounts of the Empires founded by the Mahomtnedan Arms. 1817. 8vo. 12s.
History of the Crusades for the Recovery and Possesion of the Holy Land, London 18!l. 8vo. 2 vols.
History of Chivalry: or, Knighthood and its Times. London, I 825. 8vo. 2 vols. IlibWn, 5362, 17s.
— Henry, A. M. An Essay on Generosity and Greatness of Spirit. The Builders of Colleges, Hospitals, and Schools prais'd and commended. The invaluable Blessing of a sound, useful and pious Education, especially that of School Learning: "ith a particular View to Archbp. W hitgift's Foundation at Croydon, Surrey. Lond. 1732. 8vo. 6s.
Pp.i—Uiii (not including two title-pages); i—xvi; table of contents, 4 pages, and the enay, 220 pages.
— Nicholas. The History of Mexico, also Observations as to working the Mexican Mines by British Capital, &c. 1824. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Milman, Rev. Henry Hart. Poems, &c.
Faiio: a Tragedy. Second Edition. Lond. 1816. 8vo.
Siraor, Lord of the bright City. An heroic Po.ro, London, 1818. 8vo. pp. 374. Nwran, pt. i. 2260, 9s.
The Fall of Jerusalem, a dramatic Poem. Load. 1820. 8vo. Nassau, pt. i. 2263, 5s. Hibbert, 5363, 5a.
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Anne Boleyn, a dramatic poem. don, 1826.
History of the Jews. In the Family Library, published by Murray.
Milne, Colin. A botanical Dictionary. Lond. 1805. 8vo. plain 10s. coloured Ms.
The third edition, revised, corrected, and very considerably enlarged, illustrated by twenty-five new plates.
Indigenous Botany; or Habitations of English Plants: containing the Results of several botanical Excursions chiefly in Kent, Middlesex, and the adjacent Counties, in 1790, 1791, and 1792. By Colin Milne, LL.D. and Alexander Gordon. Lond. 1793. 8vo. vol. i. 4s.
— Joshua. A Treatise on the Valuation of Annuities and Assurances, &c. London, 1815. 8vo. 2 vols. 1/. 10s.
Milner, . A practical
Grammar of the Greek Tongue.
— John. Church History of Palestine, from the Birth of Christ to Dioclesian. Lond. 1G88. 4to.
— John, D.D. The History civil and ecclesiastical, and Survey of the Antiquities of Winchester. Winchester, (17J)8). 4to. 2 vols.
A performance, which notwithstanding the religious bias of the author, will always keep its place among the few standard works in English topography. This first edition must claim the preference both in paper and in the superior impressions of the plates'. Hibbert, 5425, russia, 3/. 4s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 511, 21. Is. Duke of York, 3379,' 21. 13s. Nassau, pt ii. 168, russia, .'»/. 3s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1124, with some additional plates, 4/. 2s. 6d. Large Paper. Twelve copies printed. The second appendix, 1801, was never printed on large paper. Dent, pt. ii. 733, uncut, 6/. 12s. Baker, 473, russia, 13/. 2s. 6d. Fonthill, 3353, morocco, 13/. 13s. Collation.—Vol. I. Engraved title-page, by J. Pass, after T. H. Turner; dedication to the Countess Chandos Temple, dated Ap. 6, 1798, 4 pages; preface, pp. 5—19; contents, 5 pages; history, parti. 451 pages. This volume contains 4 plates, at pp. 41, 303, 433», and 449. Vol. II. Engraved title-page, by J. Pass after. J. Cave; preface, 6 pages; contents, 4 pages; part ii. including appendix, 270 pages; index and errata, 8 pages. This volume contains 6 plates at pp. 23, 59, 147, 177, 229, and 249.—The second Edition corrected and enlarged. Winchester, 1809. 4to. 2 vols. 3/. 3s.