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Paradise Lost, 1668, morocco, 4/. Ms. 6d. White Knights, 2755, W. Is. Heath, 1839, U. 3s. Bindl.y, pt. iii 24, 15s. 6d. Roscoe, 1385, U 3s. Hollis, 851, 14s. 6d.
London, 1680. 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 1554, 6*. Jadis, 127, 7s. Nassau, pt. i. 2266, 7t Hollis, 852, lis.
London, 1688. folio. Tins edition frequently accompanied the Paradise Lost of the same date.
Paradise Regained, Samson Agonistes, and the smaller Poems. London, 1695. folio. This volume generally accompanies the Paradise Lost of the same date.
London, 1705. 8vo. LAROE PAPER. Dent, pt. i. 142J, morocco, 19s.
London, 1707. 8vo. A handsome, but incorrect edition.
London, 1713. 12mo. This edition generally accompanies the Paradise Lost of 1711. Prefixed is a portrait by Vandergucht, a »p? of Marshall's print, with the Greek inscription intended by Milton as a satire on •ne engraver. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 456, 9s. -With Paradise Lost. 1711. Bindley, P< ii. 1547, 2 vols. 1/. lis. 6d. Some "pies hare title-pages of the date of 1721. London, 1725. Hvo. Fenton's edition. London, 1742. 8vo. A beautifully printed edition.
London, 1747. 12mo. 2 vols. An edition *7 Tonson printed with great correctness.
A new Edition, with Notes of various Aothon, by Thomas Newton, D.D. Bishop tf Bristol. London, 1752. 4to. —1753. S'o.! vols. Roscoe, 1388, 21. 3s. See.
Dublin, 1752. 8vo. Hawkey's elegant tejtion, highly valued for its accuracy. It ge"oally accompanies the Paradise Lost of 1747. A new Edition, with Notes of various Authors, by Charles Dunster, M. A. Lond. I'M. 4to. A valuable edition, with judiciw» observau'ons. Bindley, pt. iii. 350, 6s.
Piradise Regained, Samson and the smaller Poems. Lond. 1796. 8vo. Printed by Bensky. ox Vellum. A copy at an auction in >S04, was sold for 17L 6s. 6d.
The Recovery of Man, or Milton's Paradi* Regained, in Prose, after the Manner of *« Archbishop of Cambray, Author of Tele°*4uu. To which is prefixed, the Life of lie Author. 1771. 12mo.
Johannis Miltoni Sampson Agonistes, Gram Carmine redditus, cum Versione Lafca a G. H. Glasse, A. M. Oxon. 1788. *>">■ An excellent version, Large Paper. Heath, 4365, lis. Drury, 2725, 13s. Wils*au,1202,russia, U 5s.
— The prose Works, with a Life of the Author, interspersed with Translations and critical Remarks. By Charles Symmons, D.D. Lond. 1806. 8vo. 7 vols. An excellent edition. 'There is much
reason for regretting that the prose works of Milton, where passages of such beauty occur, should be in the hands of so few readers, considering the advantages which might be derived to our literature from the study of their original and nervous eloquence.'—Bishop Sumner. LARGE Paper. Earl of Kerry, 334, with Milton's poetical Works, 6 vols. 1801, russia, 152. 15s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 440, bds. 41. 14s.
Works, historical, political and miscellaneous. Amst. 1697-8. folio. 3 volt, With a portrait of Milton by Faithorne. This edition was collected and published by John Toland, but through error or ignorance he printed from the first edition of some tracts, which the author had afterwards published with considerable additions. Roxburghe, 6982, 21. 2s. Boswell, 1706, 11 3s. Hollis, 941, V. 5s.
London, 1738. folio. 2 vols. A very incorrect edition, with portrait of Milton, a bust, by Vertue, from a bad drawing by J. Richardson. Hollis, 942, U. 6s. Marquis of Townshend, 2232, 1/. 14s. Bindley.pt. ii. 837, 31. Roscoe, 1832, 3/. Large PaPer. A few copies printed. Duke of Grafton, 406, 3/. Williams, 1420, russia, 11. 17s. 6d.
To which is prefixed, an Account of his Life and Writings (by Thomas Birch, M.A.) London, 1753. 4to. 2 vols. With portrait of Milton, a bust, by Vertue. A very correct edition, carefully read through the press by Richard Baron. Heath, 1845, 4/. 7s. Hollis, 905, with the poetical Works, 1761, 3 vols, russia, 5/. 5s. Garrick, 1580, with the poetical Works, 1754, 3 vols. 51. 15s. 6d. Nassau, pt. ii. 169, with the poetical Works, 1749, 3 vols, russia, 13/. 13s. Steevcns, 962, with the poetical Works, 176H 3 vols! in blue turkey, 14/. I5s. Dent, pt. ii. 736, with the poetical Works, 1749, 3 vols. mor. lflt 16s. Williams, 1027, with the poetical Works, 1749, 3 vols, morocco, 26£ 5s.
Prose Works selected and abridged by George Burnett. London, 1809. 12mo 2 vols. 10s. 6d. Hollis, 858, It 10s.
Of Reformation touching Church Discipline in England. 1641. 4to.
Of Prelatical Episcopacy. London, 1641. 4to.
The Reason of Church Government urged against Prelaty. Lond. 1611. 4 to. I Animadversions upon the Remonstrants Defence against Smectyiunus. Lond. 1641. 4to.
An Apology against a Pamphlet called A modest Confutation of the Animadversions. London, 1642. 4to.
Letter to Master Hartlib on Education. 1611. Ito. A single sheet. — 1780. 12mo. In Blackburne's remarks on Johnson's Life of Milton. Mr. Warton observes that 'Milton's plan has more of show than value.' Dr. Johnson remarks ■ Education in England has been in danger of being hurt by two of ita greatest men, Locke and Milton. Milton's plan is impracticable, and I suppose has never been tried.'
Areopagitica; or, a Speech for the Liberty of unlicensed Printing. Lond. 1644. 4to. Pp. 40. 'The most close, conclusive, comprehensive, and decisive vindication on the liberty of the press that has yet appeared.' Wartm. Bindley, pt. iii. 355, with Eiconclastes, 1650, It—London, 1772. 8vo. With a dedication to C. Jenkinson, the late Lord Liverpool, and a preface, by some ascribed to Arch. Blackburne. — 1780. 12mo. With Blackbume'a remarks on Johnson's life of Milton. — 1791. 8vo.
Areopagitica, with prefatory Remarks, copious Notes and excursive Illustrations, by T. Holt White, Esq. To which is subjoined, A Tract sur la Liberte de la Presse, imitfi de l'Anglois de Milton, par le Comte de Mirabeau. London, 1819. 8vo. A notice of the Areopagitica will be found in the Retrospective Review, ix. 1-19.
The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce. London, 1643. 4to.—Second Edition (augmented and divided into Chapters). Lond.
1644. 4to. — Second Edition. London,
1645. 4to. A reprint of that of 1644 on better paper, with inferior types.
The Judgement of Martin Bucer concerning Divorce, englished by John Milton. 1644.
Tetrachordon. Expositions upon Passages of Scripture, which treat of Marriage, or Nullities in Marriage. 1645. 4to.
Colasterion: a Reply to a nameless Answer against the Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce. 1645. 4to.
The tenure of Kings and Magistrates. 1648-9. — London, 1650. 4to. Omitted in every edition of Miltn's prose works, except that of Symmons.
Observations on the Articles of Peace between James Earl of Ormond, for King Charles I. on the one hand, and the Irish Papists and Rebels on the other, &c. 1649. Animadversions on the Scotch Presbytery at Belfast
EIKONOKAAITHI, in Answer to Ei»•• BanXia*. London. 1649. 4to. Bindley, pt. iii. 353, 8s. —Lond. 1650. 4to. Bindley, pt. iii. 356, with Areopagatica, 1664, It—Amst. 1690. 8vo. — With enlargements by R. Baron. London, 1756. 4 to. Bindley, pt. iii. 356, 3s. 6d. — 1770. 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 1566, 6s. 6d.
A Treatise of civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes. London, 1659. 12mo.—London, 1790. 8vo.
Considerations touching the likeliest Means to remove Hirelings outof the Church. London, 1659. 12ino. — Lond. 1723. 8vo.
A Letter to a Friend, concerning the Ruptures of the Commonwealth. Published from the Manuscript. Written upon the dissolution of the parliament by the army, with a view to prevent the restoration of kingly government.
The present Means and brief Delineation of a free Commonwealth, easy to be put in Practice and without Delay. In a Letter to General Monk. Published from the Manucript. But' the ship of the Commonwealth' could no longer be kept afloat: The gale of popular opinion was now adverse.
The readie and easie Way to establish 1 free Commonwealth. London, 1660. 4 to. — 1791. 8vo.
• Brief Notes upon a late Sermon entitled and since published by Matthew Griffith, D. D. and Chaplain to the late King. Wherein many notorious Wrestlings of Scripture and other Falsities are observed. This pamphlet was occasioned by a sermon preached in 'The Fear of God and the King;' preached March 1659-60, by Dr Matthew Griffith, called ' The Fear of God and the King.' These notes were immediately answered by L'Estrange in a pamphlet, insultingly denominated ' No Blind Guides.'
Accedence commenc't Grammar. Lond. 1669. 12mo. with portrait. Bindley, pt ii. 1552. Hollis, 859, no portrait, 15a.
The History of Britain, that Part especially, now called England; from the first traditional Beginning, continued to the Norman Conquest London, 1670.4to. Dent, pt ii. 737, lis. Prefixed is a portrait of Milton by Faithorne, setat 52. 1670. Hollis, 921, 21 3s. Jadis, 133», It lls.6d. —1671.4to.withportraitbyFaitb.ome. Bindley, pt Hi. 351, It 3a. — 1677. — 1675. 8vo. Roxburghe,8418, 2s. 6d-Of this history the first printed copies were mutilated; for the licenser expunged several passages, which reprobating the pride and superstition of the monks in the Saxon times, were understood as a concealed satire upon the bishops in the reign of the second Charles. Milton, however, bestowed a copy of the unlicensed passages on the Earl of Anglesey: which were published in 1681, with a preface, declaring that they originally belonged to the third book of his history, and which have been since inserted in their proper places. The six books, which Milton executed, appeared in 1670.
Of true Religion, Heresy, Schism, Toleration, and what best Means may be used against the Growth of Popery. London, 1673. 4to.
A brief History of Moscovia. London, 1682. 12mo.
A Declaration or Letters patent for the Election of John III. King of Poland. Translated by J. Milton. Lond. 1674. 4to.
Dcfensio pro Populo Anglicano contra fliudii Salmasii Defensonem Regiam. 1650. Umo. — 1651. 4to. The best apology, >'-:■' T. Warton, that ever was offered for bringing Lings to the block. Roscoc, 1833, kN. — 1651. 12mo. Second edition. Boscoe, 1834, 5<. Cum Indice. Lond. 1651. I2mo. — Lond. 1652.12mo. — In English. 1692. Svo. Translated by Mr. Washington of the Temple.
Del'ensio secunda pro Populo Anglicano contra infamem Libellum cui titolus, Regii Sanguinis Clamor ad versus Parricidas Anglican. Lond. 1654. 12mo. — 1658. 12mo. fa Moulin, Peter du.
Defensio pro se contra Alex. Morum, cui tdjnsgitur Joannis Philippi Responsio ad Apofogiam anonymi cujusilara Tenebrionis pro Kege et Populo Anglicano infantissimsm. Lond. 1655. 12mo.
Liters Senatui Anglicani, necnon Cromwefi, &c Nomine et Jussu conscriptse. 1(76. 3c —InEnglish. Lond. 1694.12mo.
Scriptum Domini Protectoris contra Hispaaos. 1655. A translation under the title of' A Manifesto of the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth,' appeared in 1738.
Epistolarnm familiarum (31) Liber unus: qoibos acceaserunt ejusdem, jam olim in CoBegio Adolescentis, Prolusiones quxdam ontorue. 1674. Nassau, pt. i. 2269, 7s.
Artis Logics Institutio ad P. Rami Methodum concinnata. Adjecta est Praxis analyses et P. Rami Vita. Libris duobus. 167*. Prefixed is a portrait of Milton by W. Dolle. — 1673.
Original Letters and Papers of State, addressed to O. Cromwell, concerning the Affairs of Great Britain, 1649-58. Found among tie political Collections of Mr. John Milton. Kow first published from the Originals, by Joan Nickolls, Jun. Member of the Society of Antiqnariei Lond, 1743. fol. 12s. Thesestate papers were probably collected by Milton *itb a view to render them subservient to same particular or general history of his
J. Miltoni Angli de Doctrina Christiana Libri duo posthumi. Cantab. 1825. 4 to. pp. 544. Edited by Dr. Sumner, Bishop of Winchester.
A Treatise on Christian Doctrine. Cambridge, 1825. 4to. pp. 711. 'A manly, close, and generally accurate translation, with variable notes.'
Milton's Sublimity asserted. London, 1709. Svo.
Emendations on the twelve Books of Milton's Paradise Lost. By Richard Bentley, D.D. London, 1732. 12mo.
Milton restor'd and Bentley depos'd. Numb. L London, 1732. 8vo. Lloyd, ■ML If*
A friendly Letter to Dr. Bentley, occaaioned by his new Edition of Paradise Lost, try a Gentleman of Christ-Church College,
Oxon. Lond. 1732. 8vo. The author is said to be Dr. Pearce, Bishop of Rochester.
A Review of the Text of the twelve Books of Paradise Lost, in which the chief of Dr. Bentley's Emendatians are considered, &c. London, 1733. 8vo. 3s. Hollis, 899, 5s. 6d. By Bishop Pearce. First printed in separate parts in 1732. According to Bp. Newton 'The review of the text of the Paradise Lost, by Dr. Pearce, the present Bishop of Bangor, is not only a complete answer to Dr. Bentley, but may serve as a pattern for all future critics, of sound learning and just reasoning, joined with the greatest candour and gentleness of manners.'
Critical Dissertation on Paradise Regained, by the Rev. Mr. Meadowcourt. Lond. 1732. 4to. — 1748. 8vo.
An Essay upon Milton's Imitations of the Ancients in his ParadiseLost, with someObservations on the Paradise Regain'd. Lond. 1741. 8vo. 62 pp. and one leaf of advertisement.
A verbal Index to Milton's Paradise Lost, adapted to every edition but the first, which was published in ten Books only. London, 1741.12mo.
II Tasso, a Dialogue: the Speakers John Milton and Torquato Tasso. In which new Light is thrown on their poetical and moral Characters. 1761. 8vo.
A familiar Explanation of the poetical Works of Milton. To which is prefixed, Mr. Addison's Criticism on Paradise Lost, With a Preface, by the Rev. Mr. Dodd. London, 1762. 12mo. 2s. 6d.
A Letter to the Rev. Mr. T. Warton, on his late Edition of Milton's Juvenile Poems. London, 1785. 8vo. Said to be written by Samuel Derby, M. A. Rector of Whatfield in Suffolk.
An historical Memoir in the political Life of John Milton. By Charles Edward Mortimer, Esq. London, 1805. 4 to.
See Benson, William. Blackborne, Fr. Dunster, Charles. Hayley, William. Hume, Patrick. Jortin, John, Kirkfatrick, J. Lauder, William. MasSey, W. Neve, Philip. Paterson, James. Peck, Francis. Richardson, J. StmMons, C. Todd, H. J. Toland, J. VolTaire, M.
A very copious list of the various editions and translations into various languages, many printed abroad, of Milton's poetical works, and of detached pieces of criticism, will be found in Todd's Life of the poet.
Thomas. Views- of Seats in
Ireland, with an Account of each. Dublin, 1783. oblong 4to. 5 parts
in 1 vol.
Duke of York, 3380, It 12s. Grave, 320, 21. 14s.
Milward, Edward, M.D. Trallianus reviviscens; an Account of Alexander Trallian, one of the Greek Writers that flourished after Galen, &c. Lond. 1734. 8vo.
Intended as a supplement to Friend's history of physick. Constable, 652, 4s. 6d.
Minadoi, John Thomas. The Historie of the Warres betweene the Turkes and the Persians, translated by Abr. Hartwell. Lond. 1595. 4to.
Bindley, pt. iii. 394, 5s. M. Reed, 5171, 6s. Nassau, pt. li. 171, 7s.
Miniature, The, a periodical Paper, by Solomon Grildrig, of the College of Eton. In 40 Numbers. Windsor, 1805. 8vo. 6s.
The second periodical work which has issued from the College of Eton, the joint production of the sons of the Marquis of Wellesley, of Dr. Rennell, of Mr. Knight, and Mr. Canning. — 1805. 12mo. 2 vols.
Minority.—The History of the Minority. 1765. 8vo.
Only twelve copies printed.
Minot, Lawrence. Poems. See Ritson, Joseph.
Minsheu, John. DuctorinLinguas. The Guide into the (11) Tongues, viz. English, British or Welsh, Low Dutch, High Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguez, Latine, Greeke, Hebrew, etc. Lond. 1617. folio.
'Minsheu's Guide is a very important work, and has furnished great assistance to subsequent lexicographers.*—Todd. Roxburghe, 2162, 15s. Gil. Bindley, pt. ii. 1048, W. 10s. Towneley, pt ii. 1021, 1/. 3s. LARGE PAPER. A copy is in the British Museum, which formerly belonged to K. James I. to whom it is dedicated.
Emendatio, vel a Mendis Expurgatio, seu Augmcntatio sui Ductoris in Linguas. The Guide into the (9) Tongues, viz. English, Low Dutch, High Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish, Latino, Greeke, Hebrew, Sec Lond. 1025, 6 or 7. This edition is preferred. Boswell, 1707, 8s. Roxburghe, 2163, 10s. Od. Bindley, pt. ii. 1049, 18s. Marquis of Townshend, 2233, ll. 2s. Boswell, 1708,11.6s. Horne Tooke,471, U lis.
Pleasant and delightful Dialogues in Spanish and English. London, by Edm. Bollifant, 1599. folio. This forms a portion of Minsheu's improved edition of Perdval's Spanish Grammar.
VocabvlarivmHispanico-Latinvmet Anglicvm coplosissimum. Londini. folio. This is generally found at the end of Minsheu's Dictionary of eleven Languages. lint.
MiNSHULL, Richard. Vienna, wherein is storied ye valorious Atchieuements, famous Triumphs, constant Loue, &c, of Sir Paris of Vienna and ye Princess the faire Vienna. 1650. 4to.
With a frontispiece by G. Gifford, Ste vens, 1175. Lloyd, 797, 17s. Hibbert, 6062, 7s. 6d. —n. d. 4to. Steevens, 1174.
Minstrelsy.—English Minstrelsy: being a Selection of fugitive Poetry, from the best English Authors, with some original Pieces hitherto unpublished. Edinburgh, 1810. sm. 8vo. 2 vols. 10s. 6d.
Minucius Felix, Marcus. Octavius, ex iterata Recensione Joan. Davisii, LL. D. Cum Animadversionibus Des. Heroldi & Nic. Rigaltii, necnon selectis aliorum. AcceditCommodianus, jEvi Cyprianici Scriptor. Cantab. 1712. 8vo. 4s. An excellent edition, with valuable notesDrury, 2729, morocco, 7s. 6d. LABOB TAPER. 10s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt ii. 444, russia, ll. IN. Williams, 1205, momTM, U. 10s. Dent, pt. i. 1428, morocco, II. 1 Is. 6d. Mac-Carthy, 36 fr. — 1797. 8vo. 2s. 6d. Large Paper. Williams, 1203, morocco, II. 6s.
Minucii Felicis Octavius: Cocilius Cyprianus de Idolorum Vanitate, cum Obsmstionbus Nic Rigaltii: & Iulius Firmicui it profana ac Vera Religione, cum Notis lossWower. Oxon. 1662. 12mo. 2s. 6d. Oxon. 1627. 12mo. — Oxon. 1631. "mo. Minucii Felicis Octavius, ex RecensioK J. Davisii. Glasg. 1750. 8vo. Duke ■ Grafton, 77, morocco, 2s. 6d. QuartoMac-Carthy, 51 fr.
Octavius of Minucius Felix, translated into English (with the Latin Version) by Richard James of C. C. C. Oxford. Own 1636. 12ino. Inglis, 1039, 3s. fid.
Octavius, translated by P. Lorrain. Lo"" don, 1695. 18mo. 3s. fid.
Octavius of Minucius Felix and Tertnllian's Apology for the primitive ChristUwLondon, 1708. Svo. 5s.
Octavius: a Dialogue by Marcus W. nucius Felix (translated by Sir David D«lrymple, Lord Hailes). Edinb. 1781. 8vo. 4s. A faithful translation with valuable notes in which are strictures on Gibbon's Bona" History.
Set Reeves, William. Minutius, Cassid. Aureus. Colloquium Davidis cum Anuria «"* (accinente Paraphrasim in 104 Pw'
I - ond.
Bmrn) de Magnalibus Dei. 1679. folio.
MiRABArD, John Baptist. . The System of Nature: or, the Laws of the moral and physical World, translated from the French. London, 1797. 8vo. 4 vols. 18s.
Mihakdula, Earl of. SeeVicvs, John.
— Scipio. Cynthia coronata: seuserenissima Maria Austriaca indjttBimo Principe Carolo Sole suo Atnicomo cincta. Sine Loco aut Anno. 4to.
Pp. 187, likewise 5 leaves of introductory matter. Prefixed is a curious print representing P. Charles joining hands with the intuits, also James I. the Duke of Buck■ngiaoi and the King of Spain.
Mirror, The, a periodical Paper Noshed at Edinburgh in the Years 1"79 and 1780. 12mo. 3 vols. Frequently reprinted. Mirror for Magistrates, edited by Joseph Haslewood. London, 1815. Ito, 3 vols.
Commiug of Brute to the Incarnation of our Sauiour and Redemer Iesu Christe. Imprinted by Thomas Marshe, 1574. 4to. Eights, sig. K ii. fol. 74, and introduction, 6 leaves. This part contains 16 legends, and was edited by I. Higgins. Bibl. AngloPoet. 439. Nassau, pt. ii. 172, 18s. Inglis, 136, 3 pts. 1574-8, morocco, 6/. 2s. 6d.
The last Parte of Mirour for Magistrates. London by Thomas Marshe, 157.). 4to. 168 leaves. The contents are the same as that of 1571. Bibl. Anglo-Poet 439.
The first Parte of the Mirour for Magistrates. London by Thomas Marshe, 1575. 4to. 80 leaves. A reprint of the first edition, with an addition of eleven stanzas at the end of Nennius, and another legend concluding the volume, viz. 17 Icenglass.
The last Parte of the Mirour for Magistrates'. London by Thomas Marshe, 1575. 4to. The edition of 1574, the first sheet being reprinted.
The first Part of the Mirour for Magistrates. Imprinted for Thomas Marshe, 1578. 4to. This edition, says Ritson, contains 17 legends.
The last Part of the Mirour for Magistrates. Newly corrected and enlarged. London by Thomas Marsh, 1578. 4to. This reprint contains 29 legends. Bibl. Anglofat edition of this popular production of ^oet- 440, four leaves ms. 5/. 5s. rage of Elizabeth.—150 copies printed. The second Part of the Mirrour for Ma
gistrates, containing the Falls of the infortunate Princes of this Lande: from the Conquest of Caesar unto the Commyng of Duke William the Conquerour. Imprinted by Richard Webster, 1578. 4to. This portion published by Tho. Blener-Hasset contains 12 legends. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 441, IN. IN. The Mirour for Magistrates. Newly imprinted, and With the Addition of diners Tragedies enlarged. London by Henry Marsh, 1587. 4to. 283 leaues. Baldwin and Higgins' editions, with several additions to each part, published by Higgins. It contains 73 legends. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 442, 8/. 8s. 443, 6/. SirM. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 517, 3/. Is. Lloyd, 798, 5/. 10s. Stanley, 381, russia, 12/. 12s.
A Mirovr for Magistrates. Newly enlarged with a last Part, called A Winter Night's Vision, being an Addition of such Tragedies, especially famous, as are exempted in the former Historie, with a Poem annexed, called England's Eliza. London, 1610. 4to. In this edition many of the legends are curtailed and modernized. The volume was formed from the labours of Higgins, Blennerhasset and Baldwin by Richard Niccols.1 Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 518, russia, 3/. 10s. Hibbert, 5584, 19s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 444, 5, 6, 12/. 101 10s. 15/. Roscoe, 1433, 61. 6s. Bindley, pt. Hi, 378, 3/. 6s. Hibbert, 3924, date 1620, russia, 1/. 18.,