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LARGE FAFER. Beckfurd in 1817, 161, 3t 5s. Collation.—Vol. I. Engraved titlepage; dedication, 4 pages; advertisement and direction for placing the plates, 2 pages; preface, 15 pages; contents, 5 pages; description of the plans, 1 page; history, 451 pages. This volume contains 5 plates. Vol. II. Pp. 312, not including the title, and 8 plates. Pages 137 to 144 are repeated and follow p. 174 for 179.
Letters to a Prebendary : being an Answer to Reflections on Popery, by the Rev. J. St urges, LL.D. with Remarks on the Opposition of Hoadlyism to the Doctrines of the Church of England, and on various Publications occasioned by the late civil and ecclesiastical History of Winchester. By the Rev. John Milner. Winchester, 1800. 4to. Gosset, 3665, 10s.
A Letter to the Rev. John Milner, occasioned by his false and illiberal Aspersions on the Memory and Writings of Dr. Benjamin Hoadly, formerly Bishop of Winchester. By Robert Hoadly Ashe, D.D. Loud. 1799. 8vo. N. 6d.
Reflections on the Principles and Institutions of Popery, &C. &c. occasioned by the Rev. John Milner's History of Winchester. By John Sturges, D.D. Second Edition, with Corrections and Additions. London, 1800. 8vo. 6s. — 1799. 4lo. 5s.
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A Dissertation on the modem Style of altering antient Cathedrals, as exemplified in the Cathedral of Salisbury. Lond. 1798. 4to. pp. 54, with a view of the monument of Bishop Poore, by J.Carter. Fonthill, 1258, lis. Dent, pt. ii. 734, 18s. —1811. 39 pp. with two plates.
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Practical Sermons; to which is prefixed, an Account of the Life and Character of the Author by the Dean of Carlisle. Svo. 2 vols. 11. Is.
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Milner of Abingdon.—A ryght, pleasant and merye Historie of the Mylner of Abyngton, with his Wife and his fayre Daughter: and of two poore Scholers of Cambridge. London by Rycharde Ihones. 4to.
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Milton, John. The poetical Works of John Milton; with Notes of various Authors. The third Edition. With other Illustrations, and with some Account of the Life and Writings of Milton; derived principally from Documents in his Majesty's State-Paper Office, now first published. By the Rev. H. J. Todd. London, 1826. Svo. 6 vols.
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— AMaske (Comus) presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634, on Michaelrnasse Night, before the Earle of Bridge water, Viscount Brackly, Lord President of Wales, and one of his Majesties most honourable privie Counsell. London, 1637. 4to.
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II Como, Favola boschereccia, trad, da Gaetano Polidori. Lond. 1802. crown 8vo.
This poem first appeared in a Cambridge collection of verses on the death of Mr. Edward King, fellow of Christ's College, printed at Cambridge, 1638. 4to. See Kino, Edward.
Paraphrasis Latina in d_uo Poemata (quorum alteram a Miltono, alterum a Clievlando, Anglice scriptum fuit) quibus deploratur Mors Juvenis praeclari et eruditi, D. Edvardi King, qui Nave, qua vectabatur, Saxo illisa, in Oceano Hybemico submersus est. Autore Gulielmo Hogao. Londini, 1694. 4to.
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Poems, Sic. upon several Occasions. By Mr. John Milton; both English and Latin, &c. Composed at several Times. With a small Tractate of Education to Mr. Hartlib. London, 1673. small 8vo. To the English Poems in this edition were first added, i. Ode on the death of a fair infant ii. At a Vacation Exercise in the College, iii. On the new forcers of conscience under the Long Parliament, iv. Horace to Pyrrha. v. Nine Sonnets. vi. Ail the English Psalms. To the Latin poems, i. Apologus de Rustico et Hero. ii. Ad Joannem Rousium, &c. In this edition the epistle from Sir Henry Wotton is omitted. The volume consists of pp. 292, with portrait of Milton by W. Dolle. Nassau, pt. i. 2268, 5s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 455, It 4s. Roscoe, 1381, WaMon's copy, 21. 3s. Hollis, 855, 7s.
Poems upon several Occasions, English, Italian, and Latin, with Translations, by John Milton: viz. Lyridas, 1'Allegro, il Penseroso, Arcades, Comus, Odes, Sonnets, Miscellanies, English Psalms, Elegiarum Liber, Epigrammatum Liber, Sylvarum Liber. With Notes critical and explanatory, and other Illustrations, by Thomas Warton. London, 1785. 8vo. Hibbert, 5459, 8s. FonthUl, 84, 14s. Roscoe, 1382, It 5s.
Poems upon several Occasions, Sec 8rc. The second Edition, with many Alterations and large Additions. London, 1791. 8vo. Edwards, 132, 6s. 6d. Fonthill, 70, 10s. This second edition, though containing many alterations and large additions, does not entirely supersede the former edition. Mr. Warton appears to have planned an edition of Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes, by having omitted in the latter edition such notes as more immediately related to those poems, and which had appeared in the former edition j and by substituting merely references to the notes on those respective passages.
Milton's Italian Poems translated, and addressed to a Gentleman of Italy. By Dr. Langhorne. 1776. 4to.
Latin and Italian Poems of Milton, translated into English verse, with the originals j •ad a Fragment of a Commentary on Paradise Lost, by the late William Cowper. With a Preface by the Editor (William Hayley) Chichester, 1808. 4to. Bindley, pt. i. 1629. 6s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 737, 17s. Hollis, 922,18s. Nothing can be more musical and finished than Cowper's translation of the Latin and Italian poetry of Milton.— Dr. Drake.
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Miltoni Poema, L'Allegro, Latine redditum a Car. Marsh. 1811. 4to. —Paradise Lost, a Poem written in ten books by John Milton. Licensed and entred according to Order. London; printed and are to be sold by Peter Parker &c. 1667. 4 to.
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Paradise Lost, a Poem in twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The second Edition, revised and augmented by the same Asthor. London, 1674. small 8vo. With a portrait of the author by Dolle, and the tommendatory verses of Barrow and Martau. Bindley, pt. ii. 1545, 1 /. Hollis, 842, Ills, —1675. Hollis, 843, 16s. 6d.
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The first six Books of Paradise Lost, rendered into grammatical Construction by James Buchanan. Edinb. 1773. 8vo.
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Paradise Lost, printed from the first and second Editions collated. The original System of Orthography restored; the Punctuation corrected and extended. With various Readings: and Notes, chiefly rhythmical. By Capel Lofft, Esq. Books 1 and 2. Bury St. Edmund's, 1792-3. 4to. A learned preface, and an appendix are prefixed to the first book.
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Paradise Lo.i, to which ia prefixed the celebrated Critique by Samuel Johnson, LL. D. with a Sketch of the Life and Writings of Milton, by the Rev. John Evans, A.M. London, 1799. royal 8vo. with engravings.
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Paradise Lost, with Illustrations by John Martin. London, 1826. imperial 8vo. 2 vols, with 24 engravings, published at 6/. fis. Another Edition in imperial 4to. 2 vols, with 24 engravings on a larger scale, published at 10/. 16s. Of this edition 50 copies were taken oft* in folio, with proof plates.
London, 1830. 48vo. Pickering's miniature edition, the smallest ever printed.
Paradise Lost imitated in Rhyme, in the 4th, 6th, and 9th Books, by John Hopkins. London, 1699. 8vo.
A Paraphrase in Verse, on Part of the first Book of Milton's Paradise Lost, by W. Howard. London, 1738. 4to. The titlepage was varied. For the author, an aged and infirm man, in order to relieve his wants, circulated his paraphrase, by printing on every title-page, au address to some distinguished person.
Paradise Lost, attempted in Rhime. Booki. London, 1740. Svo.
The State of Innocence, and Fall of Man, described in Milton's Paradise Lost. Render'd into Prose, with Notes, &c, from the French of Raymond dc St. Maur, by a Gentleman of Oxford. London, 1745. 8vo.
"A new Version of (the first Book of the) Paradise Lost; or, Milton paraphrased with Annotations. By a Gentleman of Oxford (George Smith Green). London, 1756. 8vo.
Tho Story of our first Parents, in one rontlnucd Narrative, selected from Milton's Paradise Lost. By Mrs. Siddons. London, 1832. 8vo. 5s. 6d.
Paradisus Amissa, Poema heroicum. Llbcr primus. I.ondini, 1686. 4to-4s. A dedication to Sir Thomas Mnmpecson is prefixed, signed T. C. The Interim. Nov. 18. ItlSA.
l'araiihrula Poctica in tria Johannis Miltonl, Virl rlarhuiinl, Puriuata, vis. Paradisum Amluum, Paradisum limiperatuni, rt Sam•onrni Agiinistrn. Auctiur (iulielmo Hocaro Loud. ItllMl. Svo, 4s.
Paradlal Annul Liber primus, ex Anglican* l.iiifua in l^iiiiMm ^inversus. Cantab.
1691. 4to. The dedication is signed by T. P. who is said to be Thomas Power of Trin. ColL Cambridge. He translated into Latin verse the remaining books, which exist in manuscript. See Peck's Memoirs of Milton, p. 68.
Paradisus Amissa, Poema Anglice scriptum a Johanne Milton, nunc autera ex Me toris Exemplari Latino redditum, per M. B(old, Aul. Trin. Cant Soc). Liber primus. Lond. 1702. 8vo. Of this specimen two other title-pages were printed of the datei 1702 and 1717. It was reprinted in 1736, 4to.
Del Paradiso perduto, Traduxionedi Paolo RolU. Londra, 1736. folio, pp. 397, besides Varie Lexzioni et Emendazioni, 4 pp. also title, dedication to Frederick Prince of Wales and Life of Milton, 15 leaves, and portraits of John Milton, Paoli Rolls and Frederick Prince of Wales.
Paradisus Amissus. 1740—4. 4to. 2 vols. Dr. Trapp's Translation.
Part of the fourth Book of Paradise Lost, translated into Latin Hexameters by John Theobald, dedicated to Francis Douce, M.D. London, n. d. 4to.
Paradisus Amissus, Poema Latine redditum a Guliclmo Dobson, LL. B. 1753. 4to. 2 vols. This admirable translation was encouraged by Benson, who had erected in Westminster Abbey the monument to the poet. Oldys, in his manuscript notes on Langbaine's Dram a tick Poets, says that Dobson's reward was to be a thousand pounds, when the translation should befinished,with the interest of that sum while he was performing it. 'It is more true to the original, both in sense and spirit, than any other poetical version of length I have seen.'—Dr. Beattie.
Paradisi Amisi Liber primus, Greece, cum celebri Versione Latina Rev. Gulielnri Dobson. Dublin. 1770. 4to. Bindley, pt. iii. 558, 2s. Dedicated by the translator Dr. Stratford, to the then Bishop of Derry. Proposals for printing a Greek version were put forth by Richard Dawes in 1736, but he never proceeded with the undertaking.
II Paradiso Perduto, tradotto in Vers) It.'iliano da Felice Mariottini. Lond. 1794. 8vo. The first book only with the life of Milton, and Addison's criticism; to both which, additions are subjoined: and with copious annotations.
II Paradiso Perduto, tradotto in Verso Italiano da Felici Mariottini. Lond. 1796. Svo. The whole Poem, in two parts.
Milton's Paradise Lost, translated into Welch. 1819. 12mo. 7s.
— Paradise Regained, a Poem in four Books. To which is added Samson Acjonistes. Lond.1671.8vo.
First edition. Stanley, 403, with the