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Nash, Thomas. Works, poetical | pikes of at least six impressions.
' - Lond: and satirical.
1593. 4to. to sign. I not paged. Reed,
11. 11s. 6d. of this writer, Mr. Gifford observes Nash fours. Reed, 2441, 11. 6s. North, pt. iu.
London, 1595. 4to. J, in had an inexhaustible vein of caustic raillery, 753, 11. 7s.' Perry, pt. iv. 392, 2!. 15s. never yet surpassed.' In 1599 it was or
Nassau, pt. ii. 387, russia, 41. 4s. Bindley, dered That all Nashe's bookes and Dr. Harvey's bookes be taken wheresoever they pt. iii. 770, 41. 14s. 6d.
Strange Newes of the intercepting certaine may be found, and that none of the same
Letters, and Conuoy of Verses, as they were bookes be ever printed hereafter.'
going priuilie to victuall the Low Countries.
1592. This confutation of Gabriel Harvey's Plaine Percivall the Peace-maker of Eng- four letters is inscribed to Maister Apis land. 4to. Eighteen leaves. Bindley, pt. iii. lapis' by Tho: Nashe, after which is an ad41. 4s. See Brydges' Censura Literaria. dress To the Gentlemen Readers.' The
Martins Months Minde. 1589. A Coun- volume contains O 2, in fours. Nassau, pt. tercuffe given to Martin Junior. 1589. Mar ii. 386, 161. - 1593. 4to. Martine. An Almond for a Parrat. These New Letter of notable Contents, with a tracts are usually attributed to Thomas Nash. strange Sonet, intituled the Gorgon. 1593. See MARTIN MARPRELATE.
Bindley, pt. iii. 769, with Gabriel Pappe with an Hatchet (1589). See Harvey's Pierce's Supererogation, 1593, LILLY, John.
171. 5s. Reprinted in the Archaica. The Returne of the renouned Cavaliero Christ's Teares over Jerusalem. WherePasquill of England, from the other Side of unto is annexed a comparative Admonition the Seas, and his Meeting with Marforius at to Lond. Lond. 1593. 4to. 1594. 4to. London upon the Royall Exchange, where 1613. 4to. Sotheby's in 1821, ll. 10s. they encounter with a little houshold Talke Reed, 2448, 71. 7s. 6d. Reprinted in the of Martin and Martinisme, discovering the first volume of the Archaica. Scabbe that is bredde in England; and con Apologie of Pierce Pennilesse. London, ferring together about the speedie Dispersing by Abell Jeffes, 1593. 4to. Bindley, pt. ii. of the Golden Legende of the Lives of the 425, 31. 38. Reed, 2440, 11. 11s. 6d. Saints. 1589. 4to. 16 leaves. Hibbert, 5794, The Vnfortunate Traveller: or, the Life 21. 15s. Reed, 2439, 31. ls.
of Jacke Wilton. London, 1594. 4to. A Address to the two Universities. 1589.
copy is in the library of King George III. Anatomie of Absurdities, contayning a now in the British Museum. breefe Confutation of the slender imputed The Terrors of the Night, or, a Discourse Prayses to feminine Perfection, with a short of Apparitions. London by John Danter, Description of the several Practises of Youth | 1594. 4to. A copy is in the collection of and sundry Follies of our licentious Times. the Marquis of Stafford. Boswell, 1626, Lond. 1589. 4to. Reed, 2438, 61. 6s. Hib- 51. 15s. 60. bert, 5795, 71. - 1590. 4to.
Haue with you to Saffron Walden, or The first Parte of Pasquils Apologie. Gabriel Harvey's Hunt is up.
London, Wherin he renders a Reason to his Friendes | 1596. 4to. This pamphlet seems to have of his long Silence; and gallops the Fielde closed the wordy conflict between Nash with the Treatise of Reformation late writ- and Harvey. Reed, 2442, 51. 12s.6d. ten by a Fugitiue John Penrie. Anno Dom. Strettell, 1420, 71. 75.
Hibbert, 5793, 1590. 4to. E 1, in fours, without prefix or 31. 13s. 6d. Bindley, pt. iji. 767, 91. 9s. appendage.
Perry, pt. ii. 1195, ms. title, 11. ls. Gough, Somewhat to reade for them that list. 3339, 31. 13s. 6d. Saunders, in 1818, 8l. Printed with the Astrophel and Stella of Sir Royall Exchange to such worshipful GenPhilip Sidney. London, 1591. 4to.
tlemen as resorte there. 1597. 4to. BindA wonderful, strange and miscellaneous ley, pt. iii. 1634, 31. 4s. astrological Prognostication for 1591. 4to. Nashe's Lenten Stuffe ; containing the Reed, 2443,61. 16s. 6d.
Description and first Procreation and InPierce Penilesse his Supplication to the crease of the Towne of Great Yarmouth, in Diuell. Describing the Ouer-spreading of Norffolke: with a new Play, never played Vice, and Suppression of Vertue. Pleasantly before, of the Praise of the Red Herring. interlaced with variable Delights: and pa- Fitte of all Clearks of Noblemens Kitchen theticaly intermixt with conceipted Re- to be read; and not unnecessary by all Servproofs. Written by Tho. Nash, Gent. Lon- ing-Men, that have short Boord-Wages, to don, 1592. 4to. 21. 2s. Pp. 42. Extracts be remembred. from the severe satire on the reigning vices 83, including the title, epistle dedicatory and
London, 1599. 4to. Pp. of the age will be found in Brydges' Censura address. A copy is in the British Museum. Literaria. It was the most popular of all Hibbert, 5797, 31. Nassau, pt. ii. 288, 31. 3s. Nash's publications, and which, to use the Inglis, 992, 41. 14s. 6d. Bindley, pl. iv. author's own phrase in Haue with you to 521, 61. It is reprinted in the sixth volume Saffron Walden,' 1596,passed through the of the Harleian Miscellany.
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A pleasant Comedie called Summers last Christi in Academia Cantabrigiensi
An excellent catalogue. Towneley, pt. ii. of Dodsley's Collection of old Plays.
1280, 10s. Bindley, pt. iii. 803, 10s. 6d. The Reture of the Knight of the Poste Itineraria Symonis Simeonis et Willelmi from Hell, with the Divels Aunswereto Pierce de Worcestre. Cantab. 1778. 8vo. HibPennilesse Supplication. Lond. 1606. 4to. bert, 7417, 8s. 6d. LARGE PAPER. Willett, Attributed, but probably erroneously, to Tho. | 1838, 12. 6s. Nash. Gordonstoun, 1658, 51. Reed, 2447, NATHAN, Rabbi. Tractatus de See LICHFIELD, Richard. HARVEY, Ga
Patribus, in Ling. Lat. transl. cum briel.
Franc. Tailerum. Lond.
the ancient Method of Engraving
on precious Stones, compared with forth in a Dialogue betweene a 15s. Countryman and a Citizen, a Divine
Catalogue des Pierres gravées du Mylord and a Lawyer. London, 1633. 4to. Comte de Bessborough. Lond. 1761. 4to
A store-house of translation from various 5s. Privately printed. languages. Bindley, pt. iii. 774, 13s. pt. iv. Nattes, John Claude Bath, il155, 5s. — 1636. 4to. Bindley, pt. ii. 389, lustrated by a Series of Views, 45. - 1639, 4to.
Threadway, D.D. from the Drawings of John Claude lections for the History of Worces- Nattes ; with Descriptions to each tershire.
Plate. London, 1806. super royal
folio. The materials of this work were collected
The volume consists of thirty coloured by William Habington, the poet. Beckford plates, with half title, 2 leaves, preface and in 1817, 174, uncut, 71. 78. Nassau, pt. ii. list of plates, 4 pages, and descriptive letter408, russia, 71. 7s. North, pt. ii. 1428, russia,
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Natura Brevium. Emprinted by
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not including the title. The The Naturalist's pocket Magazine. 1790. directions for placing the plates will be found 12mo. 9 vols. 11. 4s. at the end of each volume. To some copies A new System of the natural History of
was affixed bearing the Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes, and Insects. date of 1799. To these an oval portrait of Edinb. 1791. 8vo. 3 vols. Nash was affixed.
Recreations in natural History, or popuNASMITH, Arthur. Divine Poems With 74 engravings, published at 21. 85.
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Naudeus, Gabriel. Instructions , tical Almanac, in order to find the Latitude concerning erecting a Library, trans- and Longitude at Sea. 1767, 1781, &c. lated by John Evelyn. Lond. 1661. NAVARETTE, R. F. F. Dominick 8vo.
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