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vols.}. Loud. 1779-81. 12mo. 68 vols, with portraits. This selection is improperly called Johnson's Edition of the Poets. 'He never saw a sheet of it, and had no other concern in ■'hut the writingof the poet's lives.'—Malone. Roxburghe, 3180, 68 vols, with Nichols' Collection of Poems, 10/. White Knights, 2201, 68 vols. 13/. 13s. North, pt. ii. 223, 77 vols. U 17s. 6d. Duke of York, 2725, 78 vols. 9/. 9s. Heath, 1870, 58 vols, in 57, 10t 10s. Hollis, 387, 77 vols. 81 8s. — Lond. 1790. -12mo. 75 vols. Best edition. Edwards, 119, morocco, 32/. ud. Dent, pt. ii. 1314, vol. 70 wanting, 8/. 2s. 6d. Reed, 7067, 17/.
The Poets of Great Britain from Chancer lo Churchill. Edinb. 8: Lond. 1777-82. ISmo. 109 vols. Published by John Bell. Duke of York, 683, 71. 7s. — London, 1807. ISmo. 124 vols, in 62. Usually called Bagster's edition.
The Works of the British Poets, with Preface biographical and critical, by Robert Anderson, M.D. Edinb. 1793-1807. royal 8vo. 13 vols. 'To good old Anderson the poets and the literature of the country are deeply beholden.'—Quart. Review. Edwards, 120, 9/. Fonthill, 729, 9/. 2s.
The Works of the English Poets, by J. Aikin. Lond. 1802-5. vols. 1—14, containing the works of Spenser, Cowley, Butler, and Milton. Large Paper. Hibbert, 7480, 3/. 4s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt, ii. 52, vols. 1—11,4/. 10s.
British Poets and Translations. London, 1805. &c. 18mo. 134 nos. in 70 vols. An elegant edition published by John Sharpe. Brockett, 2750, 70 vols. 16/. 16s. Dent, pt. i. 256, 71 vols, morocco, 16/. Fine Paper. White Knights, 608, morocco, 27/. 6s. This collection, which ' unfortunately was not completed according to the design of its editor, Thomas Park, the most competent to whom such a task has ever yet been assigned, has the great merit of being the only one in which proper, or indeed any, attention was paid to the correctness of the text."
British Poets. Chiswick, 1822. fsc. 8vo. 100 vols. Some of the memoirs in this edition were written by Dr. Symmons, Mr. Singer and Mr. Davenport.
Select Poets of Great Britain: with critical Notices by W. Hoxlitt. Lond. 1825. 8to. 15s.
The Aldine Edition of the British Poets, with original Memoirs and Portraits. Lond. 1830. Now publishing in monthly volumes •t 5s. each.
Certaine worthye manuscript Poems of great Antiquitie reserued long in the Studie of a Northfolke Gentleman, and now first published by J. S. 1. The statly Tragedy of Guistard and Sigmond. 2. The northern Mothers Blessing. 3. The Way to Thrifte.
London for R(obert) D(cxter), 1597. 16mo. F 6, in eights. On the back is ' To the worthiest Poet Maister Ed. Spencer.' The two latter poems have a separate title-page. Hibbert, 6370, 1/. 10s. Roxburghe, 3336, 11. 2s. Bibl.-Anglo-Poet. 358. Perry, pt. i. 788, 21. lis. — Edinb. 1812. Twentyfive copies printed. Field, 1413, 5s. (id.
The penniles Parliament of threed-bare Poets, or all Mirth and wittle Conceites. Lond. 1608. 4to. Pp. 18. Steevens, 1002, 1/. 4s. Reprinted in the first volume of the Harlcian Miscellany.
The Downefall of temporizing Poets, unlicenst Printers, upstart Booksellers, trotting Mercuries, and bawling Hawkers. 1641. 4to.
A trve Description of the Pot-companion Poet. Lond. 1642.4to.
The pennilesse Parliament of threed-bare Poets: or, the merry Fortune-teller. Lond. 1649. 12mo. A black letter satire on the vices and follies of mankind.
Poems, Elegies, Paradoxes and Sonnets.
1657. See King, Henry, Bp. of Chichester. Poems by Nobody must know whom.
1658. See Eliot, John.
Poems, consisting of Epistles and Epigrams, Satyrs, Epitaphs, and Elogies, Songs and Sonnets. London, 1658. 12mo. Reed,
Poems upon divers Occasions. 1667. See Wells, Jeremiah.
Collection of Poems written upon several Occasions by several Persons, with many Additions never before in Print. London, 1673. 8vo. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 134, 15s. resold Saunders' in 1818, 2s. 6d. — 1672. Nassau, pt. ii. 46, 5s.
Poemsand Essays. 1674. See Howard, E.
A new Collection of Poems and Songs, never printed before. London, 1674. Reed,
7386, 5s. 6d. Perry, pt. iv. 319, 19s. Poems upon several Occasions. 1675.
Sit Leigh, Richard.
Miscellany Poems, containing a new Translation of Virgil's Eclogues, Ovid's Love Elegic3, Odes of Horace, and other Authors; by the most eminent Hands. Lon. 1684.4to.
Poems on several Occasions, written by a late Person of Honour. 1685. Sit RochesTer, John Wilmot, Earl of.
Miscellany Poems and Translations by different Hands at Oxford. London, 1685. 8vo. Nassau, pt. ii. 49, 3s.
Loyal Poems and Satyrs upon the Times by several Hands. London, 1685. 8vo.
Poetical Recreations: consisting of original Poems, Songs, Odes, &c. with several new Translations, in two Parts. Part i. occasionally written by Mrs. Jane Barker. Part II. by several Gentlemen of the Universities and others. Lond. 1688. 8vo. Pp. 428. 3s. 6d. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 557, 1/. 6s.
Poems and Translations written upon several Occasions, and to several Persons, by a late Scholar of Eaton. Lond. 1689. Svo.
A Collection of Poems, Songs, Catches, &c. against Popery, relating to the Times. London, 1689. 4 to. 4 pts. in 2 vols. Perry, pt. i. 1264, II. 16s.
A Collection of Poems on Affairs of State, in four Parts. London, 1689. 4to. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 712, 21. 5s.
Poems in Burlesque; with a Dedication in Burlesque to Fleetwood Shepherd, Esquire. London, 1692. 4to. By John Dennis. Published anonymously.
A Collection of Poems by several Hands. London, 1693. 8vo.
The Session of the Poets holdcn at the Foot of Parnassus. 1696. 4to. with the plate. Reed, 7526, 5s. Nassau, pt ii. 1008, ll. 17s.
A new Miscellany of original Poems on several occasions, written by the E. of D. Sir Cha. Scdlcy, &c Lond. 1701.8vo. Ss.
A Collection of Poems by the Marquis of Normanby, Charles Montague, Lord Hallfax, Sir Robert Howard, &c. The second Edition. Lond. 1702.8vo. 3s. —1701. 8vo.
Poems on Affairs of State from the Time of Oliver Cromwell to the Abdication of King James II. London, 1703-7. 8vo. 4 vols. Hibbert, 6375, 7s. Stanley, MM, 4 vols, date 1705, 21. 10s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 711, morocco, 8/. 8s. Bindley, pt. iii. 689, date 1716, II.
A new Miscellany of original Poems, &c, by various hands. London, 1720. 8vo.
Poems upon various Occasions. 1737. See Shenstone, William.
A Collection of Poems by several Hands. London, 1748. 4 vols. Published by R Dodsley. Bindley, pt.i. 1581, 4s. —1755-8. 6 vols. Roxburghc. 582, 11 Is. —. 1758. 8vo. 6 vols. Steevens, 1016, II. 5s. Willett, 771, ll. Mg. — 1763. 8vo. 6 vols. Lloyd, 402, 18s. Reed, 6798, with Pearch's collection, 4 vols. 21. 12s. — 1765. 8vo. 6 vols. Dent, pt. i. 698, 21. 2s. Large PArER. Roscoe, 1447, 4t — 1770. 6 vols. — 1775. 8vo. 6 vols. — 1782. 6 vols, with notes. Edited by Isaac Reed. Bindley, pt. ii. 2488, II. 7s. Drury, 1248, with Pearch's collection, 4 vols. 1/. 8s. Roxburghe, 3181, with PearchandMendcz's collections, 5 vols. 21. lis.
Sacred Poems by various Authors. Edinb. 1751. Hollis, 1201, 5s. 6d.
Poems by eminent Ladies, London, 1755. 12mo. 2 vols. 6s. Edited by George Colman and Bonnel Thornton. — 1780. With some alterations and a few additional poems.
Fragments of antient Poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Galic or Erse Language. Edinb. 1760. 12mo. By J. Macpherson. Constable, 726, 7s.
A Collection of original Poems by the Rev. T. Blackwood and other Scotch Gentlemen. Edinb. 1760-2. 12mo. 2 vols. Heath, 1875, 9s.
A poetical Dictionary; or, the Beauties of the English Poets, alphabetically displayed. London, 1761. 12mo. 4 vols.
The Art of Poetry on a new Plan. London, 1762. 12mo. 2 vols.
Miscellaneous Pieces of antient English Poesie, viz. The troublesome Raigne of King John, written by Shakespear, extant in no Edition of his Writings. The Metamorphosis of Pigmalion's Image, and certain Satyrcs by John Marston. The Scourge of Villanie, by the same. London, 1764. 12mo. Edited by the Rev. John Bowie. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 467, 18s. Hibbert, 5103, 7s. Strettell, 1009, 10s.
The poetical Tell-tale, or Muse in merry Story. London, 1764. 12mo.
A Collection of Poems by several Hands. London, 1768. Svo. 4 vols. Published by Pcarch, and intended as a continuation to Dodsley's collection. Dent, pt. ii. 88, II. 2s.
— 1770. 4 vols. Willett, 1886, II. 4s. — 1775. 4 vols. Bindley, pt. ii. 2207, 7s. 6d.
— 1783. 8vo. 4 vols. Edwards, 123, II. Is. Select Poems by the Earl of • • • • • *.
1777. Field, 1628, 8s.
A Select Collection of Poems, with Notes biographical and historical by John Nichols. London, 1780-2. sm. 8vo. 8 vols, with portraits. Heath, 1861, 1/. 18s. Hibbert, 5697, 17s. Fonthill, 1987, 21. 19s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2012, II. 4s. Nassau, pt. i. 2431, It 28.
Poetical Amusements at a Villa near Bath. 1781. 8vo. 4 vols.
The poetical Museum. Harwich, 1784.
Antient and modern Gaelic Poems and Songs, transmitted from Gentlemen in the Highlands of Scotland to the Editor. Perth, 1786. Constable, 18, 5s.
The Poetry of the World. London, 1788-91. crown 8vo. 4 vols.
Poetry of Nature selected from the Works of the Caledonian Bards. 1789. 4to. White Knights, 3372, 3s. Nassau, pt. ii. 780, 4s.
Bell's classical Arrangement of fugitive Poetry. London, 1789-90. 12mo. 18 vols. Nassau, pt. i. 237, russia, II. N. Earl of Kerry, 25, russia, 51 12s. 6d.. Reed, 6564, ■21. 5s.
Specimens of the early English poets, 1790. See Ellis, George.
Pieces of ancient popular Poetry. 1791. See Ritson, Joseph.
Poems selected and printed by a small Party of English, who made this Amusement a Substitute for Society, which the disturbed Situation of the Country prevented their enjoying. Strasbourg, 1792. This selection consists of the Deserted Village, Gray's Elegy, Shenstone's Pastorals, Rape of the Lock, &c. 8sc. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i». 1157,10s.
Poems, chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall. 1792. 8vo. 2 vols.
The poetical Farrago: being a miscellaneous Assemblage of Epigrams and other Jem d'Esprit, selected from the most approved Writers. London, 1794. 12mo. 2 vuls. Dent, pt. ii. 213, N.
Select Poems from various Authors. London, 1795. royal 8vo. 5s. Privately printed by Mr. Hats .1] of the Mouse of Commons.
The Cabinet of Poetry, containing the best entire Pieces, which are to be found in the Works of the British Poets from Milton to Beattie. London, 1808. crown 8vo. 6 vols. The works of each poet are prefaced by an account of his life and character by S.J Pratt. The poetical Register and Repository of fugitive Poetry, 1802—11. crown 8vo. 8 vols. Earl of Kerry, 419, 2/. 9s.
Miscellaneous Poems. Frogmore Lodge, Windsor, 1812. 4to. Thirty copies struck off at the printing press introduced by Q. Charlotte at Frogmore Lodge. Duke of York, 3312, 11. 14s.
Pieces of ancient poetry, from unpublished Manuscripts and scarce Books, Bristol,
1S14. 4to. Edited by Fry. Stret
tell, 1450, morocco, 1/. 15s. Hibbert, 6441, 7s. fid. On BLUE PAPER. Six copies printed. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1194, 16s.
Occasional Poems, written in the Year 1811. Kent, 1814. 4to. Printed at the private press at Lee Priory, Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1155, 4s.
The Poetic Mirror j or, the living Bards of Britain. London, 1816. fscap. 8vo. Parodies on the works of living poets, of little merit.
Select Pieces of early popular Poetry, 1817. See Utterson, E. V.
Poems written by Somebody; most respectfully dedicated (by Permission) to Nobody and intended for Everybody who can read. London, 1818. 12mo. 3s. In Watt's Bibliotheca Britannica attributed to Lord Byron.
The select Works of the minor British Poets, collated with the best Editions by Thomas Park. London, 1819. 11 vols, in 5. with frontispieces.
British Bards: or, choice Selections from the Works of the principal Poets of England from Spencer to Cowper. Norwich, 1820. 12ii]o.
Select Works of the British Poets, with biographical and critical Prefaces, by Dr. Aikin. London, 1821. royal 18mo. 10 vols. 31. Post 18mo. 10 vols. 2/. 8vo. 1 vol. 18s. Selections from the British Poets, with Criticisms from approved Authors, and short biographical Notices, compiled by John Bullar. Southampton, 1822. 12mo.
The Common-place Book of British Poetry. Edinb. 1823.
A Dictionary of Quotations from the British Poets. Part the first. Shakspeare. Loudon, 1824. 12mo.
Sacred Specimens selected from the early English Poets, with prefatory Verses by the Rev. John Mitford. London, 1827. 8vo.
Specimens of sacred and serious Poetry, from Chaucer to the Present Day, with biographical Notices and critical Remarks, by John John>tone. Edinb. 1827. 12mo.
A Collection of Poems chiefly manuscript and from living Authors. Edited by Joanna Baillie. London, 1828. 8vo.
Ancient Poems and Translations by Turberville, Marlowe, Gascorgue, Riche, Aske, Bretton, &c. reprinted. 8vo. An unfinished publication. Steevcns, 1043, ll. lg.
The Beauties of the British Poets, with a few introductory Remarks by the Rev. Geo. Croly. 8vo.
Portraits of the British Portraits, royal Svo. 23 pts. Published at Ms. each. LARGE PAPER, Proofs on India Paper, in 4to. published at 1/. 8s. each part. Brocket!, MM, 21 nos. BL 8s. Largest paper.
Letters concerning poetical Translations. 1739. See Benson, William.
A familiar Address to the curious in English Poetry: more particularly to the Readers of Shakespeare, by Thcrsites Literarius. London, 1784. 8vo. 2s. fid. Occasioned by Ritson's attacks on Warton's History of Poetry, and on the last edition of Shakspeare.
Cursory Remarks on some of the ancient English Poets. 1789. See Neve, Philip.
Ancient critical Essays upon English Poets and Poesy. Edited by Jos. Haslewood. London, 1811—15.4to. 2 vols. Strettell, 170, morocco, 21. 12s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 16,'i, 21. 3s. Hibbert, 6476, 1/. 12s.—Contents. Vol. I. (Two hundred copies printed). The Art of English Poesie, by Geo. Puts Tenham. Vol. II. (Two hundred and twenty copies printed). 1. Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the making of Verse or Ryme in English, by George Gascoione. From the edition of his works in 1575. 2. A Discourse of English Poetry, by William Werbe. London, 1586. 3. A Treatise of the Art of Scottis Poesie, by K. James. A division in the Essaycs of a Prentise (K. James) in the divine Art of Poesie. Edinb. 1584. 4. An Apologie of Poetry, by Sir John Harington, Knt. 1591. From the first Edition of the Orlando Furioso. ■ 5. A comparative Discourse of our English Poets, by Francis Meres. 1598. Taken from Palladis Tamia. 6. Observations on the Art of English Poesie, by Thomas Campion. 1602. 7. A Defence of Ryme, by Sam. Daniel. 1603. 8. Hypercritica; or, a Rule of Judgment for writing or reading our Histories, by Edmund Bolton. 1722. First published at the end of Nic. Triveti Annaliutn Continuatio. 9. Three proper and wittie familiar Leters Intelv passed betweene two Universitie Men, Edmund Spenser and Gabriel Harvey. 1510. 10. Two other very commendable Letters of the 6ame Men's writing. 1580.
Pogonologia ; or, a philosophical and historical Essay on Beards, translated from the French. Exeter, 1786. 8vo.
Pohlman, J. G. Chess rendered familiar by tabular Demonstrations of the various Positions and Movements of the Game. Lond. 1819. royal 8vo.
The Polish Game of Draughts illustrated. Lond. 1811. 12mo.
The complete Time Tables. London, 1815. royal 8vo. 12s.
Tables of Exchange, universal Interest, &c, shewing the Value of foreign Monies converted into Sterling, and the contrary, at the established Pars or Army Rates. 1817. imp. 8vo. U. Is.
A practical Treatise of the Game of Draughts. Lond. 1819. 12mo.
Whist rendered familiar. Lond. 1821. 12mo.
Discount and Interest Tables at five per Cent: to which are added, universal Interest Tables, Tables of Life Annuities, reversionary Payments and other Calculations. Lond. 1823. 8vo.
Pointer, John, M.A. Oxoniensis Academia: or the Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford. Lond. 1749. 12mo.
Pp. xii and 254, with one leaf of index. Reed, 5372, 6s. Dent, pt. ii. 214, 8s. (id.
A complete Vindication of the Mallard of All Souls' College, against the injurious Suggestions of the Rev. Mr. Pointer (by Benj. Buckler). Lond. 1751. 8vo. A humorous performance. The first edition appeared in 1750.
An Account of a Roman Pavement lately found at Stunsfield in Oxfordshire, proved to be 1400 Years old, by John Pointer, M.A. Oxford, 1713. 8vo. Collation.—Pp. 40, not including title and dedication to the Rev. Dr. Holland, 3 leaves. Pages 17 to 24, both inclusive, are repeated, and pages 25 to 32 are omitted. Prefixed is a frontispiece, ' outlines of the chief figures.'
A chronological History of England. Lond. 1714-16. 12mo. 3 vols.
A rational Account of the Weather. London, 1723. 8vo.
Britannia Romana: or, Roman Antiquities in Britain. Oxford, 1724. 8vo. Reed, 5371, 5s.
Pointz, Captain John. The
present Prospect of the Island of Tobago, &c. with Proposals for the Encouragement of all those that are minded to settle there. London, 1683. 4to.
— Robert. Testimonies for the real Presence of Christs Body and Bloud in the Sacrament. Lovanii apud Johannem Fouler. 1566. lCmo.
Inglis, 1224, 9s.
Poiuet, Abbe. Travels through Barbary, 1785-6. London, 1791. 12mo.
This work is interesting from the picture it exhibits of the Bedouin Arabs, and from the details into which it enters respecting the natural history of the country, especially the botany. The botanical parts are omitted in this English translation.
— Peter. Of the Divine (Economy; or, an universal System ot the Works and Purposes of God towards Men demonstrated. Lond. 1713. 8vo. 6 vols, in 4. ll. ls.
Poivre, M. Le. Travels of a Philosopher. Lond. 1769. small
8vo. 2s. 6d.
A curious and interesting little work, containing remarks on the arts and people ot Asia, Africa, and America.
Poland.—The History of Poland from its Origin as a Nation to the Commencement of the Year 179oLond. 1795. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
With a map and portrait. Edwards, 7 IS, 10s. 6d.
Letters concerning the present State of Poland. London, 1773. 8vo. By John bind, Heath, 2534, 9s.
Polanus, Amandus. A Treatise concerning God's eternal Predestination. Cambridge, 1599. 16mo.
Dedicated to Sir Edward Ratcliffe Knight, by Roger Gostwyke.
Amandi Polani a Polansdorf Partitions theologies. Lond. 1591. 16mo.
The Substance of Christian Religion, transl. by E. Wilcocke. London, 159510mo.
Pole, M. See Poole, Matthew.
— Reginald, Cardinal, and Archbishop of Canterbury. Some observations upon the Life of Cardinal Reginaldus Polus, Cardinal, ol the Royal Bloud of England. By
G(ulielmus) L(yde). London, 1686. small .Svo.
Gordonstoun, 1444, 4s. 6d. Towneley, pt. ii. 574, 5s.
The seditious and blasphemous Oration of Cardinal Pole, both against God and his Country, which he directed to Themperour in his Book intytulcd, the Defence of the eclesiastical Vnity, mouing the Emperour therein to seke the Destruction of England and all those whiche had professed the Gospele. Translated into English by Fabyane Wythers. London, by Owen Rogers (1560). 16mo. Bindley, pt. ii. 2435, 21. 12s.
Reformatio Anglise ex Decretis Reginaldi Poli Cardinalis, Sedis Apostolicce Legati, AnnoM.D.Lvi. Roma;, 1562. 4to. Twentyeight leaves, including that which contains the Aldine anchor.
Liber de Concilio. Eivsdem de Baptismo Constantini Magni Imperatoris. Reformatio Anglice ex Decretis eivsdem. Venet. 1562. 8vo. Hibbert, 6484, morocco, 17s. SirM. M. Sykes, pL iii. 107, 4t Is. Brocket, 2551, morocco, 11. lis. 6d. — Dilinga, 1562. Williams, 1401, U. 6s.
A Treatise of Justification founde emong the Writinges of Cardinal Pole, &c. Lovanii, 1569. 4 to.
A Letter written to Dr. Burnet, giving an Account of Cardinal Pool's secret Powers: to which are added, two Breves that Cardinal Pool brought over, and some other of his Letters, that were never before printed. London, 1685. 4 to. Pp. 40 reprinted in the seventh volume of the Harleian Miscellany.
See Articles. Beccatelli, Lod. PhilLips, Thomas.
— Sir William. Collections towards a Description of the County of Devon. London, 1791. 4to.
Marquis of Townshend, 2594, 21. 3s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1300, russia, IL 10s. Willett, 1975, 3t 5s. Collation..-- -Pp. 568, not including half-title and title, 2 leaves; introduction, pp. iii—xv, and corrigenda, 2 pp.
Polehampton, Edward. The Gallery of Nature and Art. London, 18—. Svo. 6 vols.
By John Mason Good, M. D. Sotheby's in 1821, 17. 18s.
Policies.—Modern Policies taken from Machiavel, Borgia and other choice Authors, by an Eye-Witness. 1652. 4to.
An admirable covert satire on O. Cromwell, written by Archbishop Sancroft. Hollis, 948, date 1653, 4s. Reprinted in the seventh volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts. A sixth edition appearcdin 1655. 12mo. and it has been lately reprinted.
Polidori, Gaetano. Nuovo Di
zionario portabile delle Lingue Italiana, Inglese e Francese. Londra, 1806. 18mo. 3 vols.
Policronicon see Higden, Ranulph.
Polignac, Melchior de. A Translation of Anti-Lucretius, by George Canning. London, 1766. 8vo.
Reprinted in Canning's Poems. 17G7. 4to.
Anti-Lucretius, of God and Nature, a Poem, rendered into English by the Translator of Paradise Lost (William Dobson). London, 1757. 4to. 2s.
Polimanteia, or the Meanes to ivdge of the Fall of a Commonwealth: vvhereunto is added, a Letter from England to her three Daughters, Cambridge, Oxford, Innes of Court, and to the rest of her Inhabitants. Cambr. 1595. 4to.
F f 3, in fours. Reed, 5409, 8s. Mentionismadeof Shakespearein thiswork. See Brydges' British Bibliographer, i. 274—M.
Poliphilus. Polyphili Hypnerotomachia: the Strife of Lone in a Dreame, by R. D. London for Simon Waterson, 1592. 4to.
One hundred and four leaves, with woodcuts. Nassau, pt. ii. 781, 21. 4s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 106, morocco, 3/. 4s. See Brydges' British Bibliographer, iv. 285—9.
Politeuphuia see Bodenham, John.
Politian, Angelus. Poemata.
In 1734 proposals were issued for publishing this writer's Latin poems, with a history of Latin poetry from the age of Petrach to the time of Politian, by Dr. Johnson, but unfortunately did not meet with encouragement.
Political State, The, of Great Britain. London, 1711—40. 8vo. 60 vols.
Willett, 1920, 25f.
Political Merriment: or, Truths told to some Tune. Faithfully translated from the original French of R. H. S. H. H. S. F. A. G. G. A. M. M. P. and Messieurs Brinsden and Collier, the State Oculist and Crooked Attorney, Li Proveditori delli Curtisani. By a Lover of his Country. London, 1714. Roxburghe,3434,12mo. 8s. Reed, 7534,9s. White Knights, 3258, 9s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 558, It 5s.
Politics for the People.—Hogs Wash, or A Salmagundy for Swine. Pt i. 242 pp.