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Christopher Lord Hatton. — London, 1646. 8vo. Afterwards enlarged aud published several times. See Wood's Athen. Oxon. by Dr. Bliss, i. 583.

Psalmes of David, also the Songs of the Old and New Testament, the whole in Meeter, with the Prose interlined, by Zachary Boyd. Glasgow, 1640. 12mo. Boswell, 2269, 17s. — Glasgow, 1648. 12mo. Roxburghe, 3340,12s.

Choice Psalmes put into Musick. 1648. See Lawes, Henry.

The Psalms, in Metre, by Francis Roberts. London, 1648. 8vo. — 1649. 8vo.

— With an Exposition. Lond. 1674. folio. The Psalms in Metre, newly translated,

allowed by the Kirk of Scotland. Edinb. 1650. 24mo.

The Psalms of David from the new Translation of the Bible, turned into Meter (by Henry King, Bishop of Chichester). London, 1651 or 1654. 12mo. pp.;i02,with front, by Vaughan. Bibl. Anglo-Poet, 932, 3/. 3s.

— London, 1671. 12rno. pp. 246. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 407,12s.

David's Psalms in Metre agreeable to the Hebrew, by the Rev. John White. London, 1655. 12mo.

Select Psalmes of a new Translation, to be sung in Verse and Chorus of five Parts, with Symphonies of Violins, Organ and other Instruments, Novcnib. 22. 1655. This translation is printed on a single quarto sheet. The name of the translator is not mentioned, though perhaps Lawes, the composer of the music, was the author, and that they were printed for the Earl of Bridgewater's chapel. A copy is in the possession of the Marquis of Stafford.

Samuelis Primitiae: or, an Essay towards a metrical Version of the whole Book of Psalms, by Samuel Leigh. London, 1661. 8vo. With portrait of Samuel Leigh. See Wood's Athen. Oxon. by Dr. Bliss, iv. 478-9.

The Psalms paraphrased. London, 1C64. 8vo.

A Paraphrase upon the Psalms, by Samuel Wnodford, D.D. London, 1667. 4to.

— 1678. 8vo.

The Psalms of K. David paraphrased into English Metre by Miles Smith. London, 1668. 8vo. 5s.

Psalms and Hymns in Metre for the Use of the Saints more especially in New England. London, 167 . 12mo. Frequently reprinted.

Psalms in Metre by Richard Goodridge. 1685. See Dissertation prefixed to Lord Aston's Version of the Psalms. 1811.

A Century of select Psalms, in Verse by John Patrick, D.D. London, 1679. 12mo.

— 1684. 12mo. — 1686. 12mo. — 1G91. 12mo. — 1715.12mo. 3s. 6d. The whole psalter.

Psalms and Hymns in Metre by Simon Ford, D.D. London, 16S8. 12mo.'

A Selection from the Psalms by Daniel Warner. In the Savoy, 1694. 8vo.

A new Version of the Psalms of David, by N.Brady and N.Tate. London, 1696. 8vo First edition. Specimens of the version were previously published, one containing eight, the other twenty psalms, which versions differ in many places from that afterwards adopted. — Second Edition. London, 1698. 8vo. &c. &c, &c.

Select Psalms in Verse for the Use of St James' Parish, Westminster. London, 1697. 12 mo.

Davidcos, or a Specimen of some of David's Psalms, in Metre, with Remarks on the Latin Translators. London, 1698. 8vo.

A poetical Translation of the Psalms of Luke Milbourrie. London, 1698. 12mo.

The Psalmes of David (in Prose) translated from the Vulgate (by — Carry!, created Lord Dartford by the Pretender). (Paris or St. Gerruains) 1700. 12mo. Lloyd, 960, 1/.

Tunes to the Psalms of David, in four Parts, with an Introduction to Singing. 1700. 8vo. 7s.

The Book of Psalms, with an Argument of each Psalm, and a Preface giving some general Rules for the Interpretation of this sacred Book, by a Divine of the Church of England (Peter Allix, D.D.) London, 1701. 8vo. 6s.

Psalter, according to the Translation used in the Common Prayer Book. By J. Johnson. Lond. 1707. 8vo.

The Psalms in Metre by Sir John Denham. Lond. 1714. 8vo. 5s. Large Pafeu6b.

The whole Book of Psalms, with Hymns, and all the ancient and proper Tunes composed, &c. by John Playford. Lond. 17158vo.

Psaltcrium Americanum. The Book of Psalms, in a Translation exactly conformed unto the Original; but all in blank Verse. Boston in N. E. 1718. 8vo.

The Psalms imitated in the Language of the New Testament, by I. Watts. London, 1719. 12mo.

The Book of Psalms made fit for the Closet, with Titles to each Psalm. London, 1719. 12mo.

A new Version of the Psalms of David, by Sir Richard Blackmore, Knt. M.D. Lond.

1721. 8vo.

Sel ct Psalms, paraphrased in Metre, by Dr. R. Daniel, Dean of Armagh. London,

1722. 8vo. Dr. Daniel printed also a version of the Penitential Psalms.

A Specimen of a new Version of the Psalms (by G. Costard). Lond. 1733. 4to.

An Essay toward a new English version of the Book of Psalms by the Rev. Zechariah Mudge. Lond. 1744. 4to. In some estimation.

The Psalms in Metre (by — Pike). London, 1751. 12mo.

A Poetical Translation of the Psalms, from Buchanan's Latin into English Verse by the Rev. T. Cradock of Maryland. London, 1754. 8vo.

The Psalms of David translated into heroic Verse (by Stephen Wheatland and Tipping Silvester) with Arguments to each Psalm and explanatory Notes. Lond. 1754.

l'Jnio. 3s. fill. LARGE PAPER. 5s.

Psalms and Hymns by Mr. Wesley, Mr. Madan, &c. Bristol, 1755. 12mo. 2 vols. Frequently reprinted.

A new English Translation of the Psalms from the original Hebrew, reduced to Metre by the late Bishop Hare: with Notes critical and explanatory, Illustrations of many Passages drawn from the Classics; and a preliminary Dissertation, in which the Truth and Certainty of that learned Prelate's happy Discovery is stated and proved at large, by Thomas Edwards, A. M. Cambridge, 1755. 8vo. is.

A select Collection of the Psalms in Verse, from the most eminent Poets. Lond. 1756. 12mo. 3s.

The Psalter in its original Form: or the Book of Psalms reduced to Lines (by George Fenwick, B. D). London, 1759. 8vo. A curious and interesting production by a Hutchinsonian divine of the Church of England.—Orme.

A new Translation of the Psalms from the Hebrew Original, with Notes critical and explanatory by William Green, M. A.: to which is added, a Dissertation on the last prophetic Words of Noah. Camb. 1762. 8vo. Hollis, 544, 6s. An accurate and elegant specimen of biblical interpretation, »with excellent notes.

A Translation of the Psalms of David attempted in the Spirit of Christianity, and adapted to Divine Service, by Christopher Smart, A. M. London, 1765. 4to. This version is very unequal. LARGE PAPER.

The Psalms translated or paraphrased in English Verse by James Merrick. Reading, 1765. 4to. 7s. The best poetical translation in the English language. — Reading, 1766. 12mo. 4s. — Divided into stanzas, with a Paraphrase in Prose by W. D. Tattersall. London. 12mo. — With Music. London, 1795. 8vo. 3 vols. —Divided into Stanzas by W. D. Tattersal. Lond. 1797. 4to. is. Fixe Paper. 9s. Garrick, 1576, 12s. — A Selection of the Psalms from Merrick's Version. Ipsw. 1815. 12mo.

Annotations on the Psalms, by James Merrick, M. A. Reading, 1768. 4to. 10s. A valuable work, with remarks, &c. by Bishop Lonth, Archb. Seeker and Kennicott. Gosset, 3649, 15s.

A new Version of the whole Book of Psalms, in Metre; to which is added, a Supplement of Divine Hymns, or Scripture Songs, all fitted to the common Psalm Tunes,

by James Maxwell. Glasgow, 1773. 12mo. 3s. fid. Best edition.

The Book of Psalms, as translated, paraphrased, or imitated, by some of the most eminent English Poets, viz. Addison, Blacklock, Carter, Merrick, Watts, &c, and adapted to Christian Worship, in a Form most likely to give general Satisfaction: to which is prefixed, a Dissertation on Scripture Imprecations, by Benjamin Williams. Salisbury, 1781. 8vo. 5s.

The Book of Psalms, in Metre; from the Original, compared with many Versions in different Languages. London, 1784. 12mo.

A new literal Version of the Book of Psalms, with a Preface and Notes, by the Rev. Stephen Street, M. A. London, 1790. 8vo. 2 vols. Heath,728,5s. Hollis, 1265, 7s.

The Psalms of David for the Use of Parish Churches. The words selected from the Version of Tate and Brady, by the Rev. Geo. Hay Drummond; the Musick selected, adapted and composed by Edw. Miller, Mus. Dock London (1790). 4to. —A selection for every Sunday throughout the year appeared in 1790. 12mo.

A new and liberal Version of the Psalms into modern Language, with copious Notes and Illustrations by the Rev. W. R. Wake. Bath, 1793. 8vo. 2 vols. In little estimation.

The Psalms of David methodized by Rob. Walker. Edinb. 1794. 8vo.

The Psalms of David, a new and improved Version (from the Swedish of John Adam Tingsladius, D.D.) London, 1794. 8vo. 5s.

A new Version of the Psalms of David, by Joseph Cottle. London, 1801. crown Svo. 4s.

A new Translation of the Book of Psalms from the original Hebrew; with various Readings and Notes by Alexander Geddes, LL. D. London, 1807. 8vo. A posthumous publication, edited by Dr. Disney and Charles Butler, Esq.

A new Version of the Psalms in blank Verse by the Rev. T. Dennis. London, 1808. 12mo.

A Version of the Psalms, attempted to be closely accommodated to the Text of Scripture. London, 1809. 8vo.

The Psalms translated by W. S. Towers. London, 1811. 8vo.

The Psalms of David evangelized, by Richard Baker, D.D. London, 1811. 8vo.

An. entire new Version of the Book of Psalms, with original Prefaces and Notes, critical and explanatory, by the Rev. W. Goode, M.A. London, 1811.8vo. 2 vols. 'A learned and valuable help to the critical as well as devotional understanding of the Psalms'-- Rev. T. H. Horne.

Select Psalms in Verse, with a Preface and biographical Notices of those Persons who have translated the whole Book of Psalms, by Lord Aston. London, 1811. Svo.

The Book of Psalms translated from the Hebrew, with Notes, critical and explanatory, by Samuel Horsley, Bishop of St. Asaph. London, 1815. 8vo. 2 vols. A posthumous publication far inferior in merit and importance to the Bishop's translation of Hosea. — 1816. 8vo. 2 vols.

Lyra Davidis; or, a new Translation and Exposition of the Psalms; founded on the Principles of the late Bishop Horsley, by the Rev. John Fry, B.D. London, 1819. 8vo. 'The book contains learning, and is also orthodox ; but it is on the whole an indifferent performance.'—Ornie.

The Psalms of David, translated into divers and sundry Kindes of Verse by Sir * Philip Sidney and the Countess of Pembroke. Chiswick, 1823. 12mo. with two portraits. 8s.

The Book of Psalms in an English metrical Version founded on the Basis of the English Bible Translation, and compared with the original Hebrew; with Notes critical and illustrative, by Richard Mant, Bishop of Down and Connor. London, 1824. 8vo.

A literal Translation of the Book of Psalms, solely on the authority of the Rev. J. Parkhurst, M. A. London, 1825. 8vo.

Psalms according to the authorised Version, with prefatory Titles, and tabular Index of scriptural References, from the Port Royal Authors, marking the Circumstances and chronologic Order of their Composition: to which is added an Essay upon the Psalms, and their scriptural Application, by Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck. London,. 1825. 12mo.

The Psalter, illustrated with preliminary Dissertations and Notes, by the Rev. R. Warner. 1828. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

A very copious list of editions of the Psalms and parts thereof in English, from 1505 to 1820, will be found in Dr. Cotton's List of Editions of the Bible and Parts thereof.

Psittacorum Regio, the Land of Parrots, or the She-Lands. London, 1669. 12mo.

With a frontispiece. A copy is in the British Museum. Bindley, ii. 2442, il. 4s. Hi Liberty, 6610, 11 12s.

Psyche, see Apuleius, L. FonTaine, J. de la. Tighe, Mrs. H.

Ptolemy, Claud. Harmonicorum
Lihri tres, Gr. et Lat. ex Recen-
tione, Versione et cum Notis Jo.
Wallis. Oxon. 1682. 4to.
A good edition.

The Compost of Ptholomeus Prince of
Astronomy, translated out of Frenche into
Englysshe. Imprinted by Robert Wyer.
lliino. Black letter, with wood cuts. Two
editions without date were published by
Wyer. White Knights, 3412, morocco,
W. Is. Hibbert, 6611,10s. — London by
Thomas Colwell. 16mo.

Ptolemy's Quadripartite, or four Books concerning the Influences of the Stars, faithfully rendered into English from Leo AUatius, with Notes, explaining the most difficult and obscure Passages, by John Wballey. London, 1701. 12mo. — 17.sfi.Svo.

Public Characters, 1798, &C. London. 8vo. — vols.

Edited by Alexander Stephens.

Publius Syrus. Mimi Publiani, that is to saye, quicke and sentcnciouse Verses or Meters of Publius, with the Interpretacion and brief Scholyes of Richarde Tauemer. Londini per Ric. Bances (1539). 16mo.

Contains E 4 in octaves. Generally attached to 'Proverbes or Adagies with newe Addicions gathered out of the Chiliades of Erasmus by Richard Tauerner,' and also in Cato's Disbichs by Hoole, 1659, &c. The choice Sentences of Publius Syrius are to be found in a publication entitled Johnsonians. 1776. 12mo.

Puckle, James. The Club, a Dialogue between a Father and Son. London, 1817. royal 8vo.

A neat edition, with wood cuts by Thurston. Bindley, pt. ii. 2240, 14s. Large Paper, with proofs on India paper. 4to. Strettell, 1431, 11 10s. Nassau, pt. ii. 820, U. 8s. On WHITE CHINESE PAPER, with borders. 18 copies printed. Sotheby's in 1824, 2/. 5s. On Yellow Chinese Tape!. with borders. Seven copies printed. Sotheby's in 1821, 1/. 19s. On Satin. Seven copies printed, with gold borders, imp. 8vo. Hibbert, 6680, 3/. 10s. Fonthill, 1100, 3/. 13s. 6d. —Lond. 1711. 8vo. with portrait. Nassau, pt. ii. 101, 7s. Lloyd, 960», 8s. 6d. — 1713. with portrait by Verlue. Nassau, pt. ii. 102, 8s. — 1723. 12mo. with portrait by Vertue. Gough, 2959, 7s. 6d. — 1733. with port, by J. Cole. — Dublin, 1/13, 12mo.

England's Interest: or, a brief Discourse of the Royal Fishery : in a letter to a Friend. Lond. 1696. 8vo.

England's Way to Wealth and Honour. London, 1699. 8vo. —Lond. 1700. lsmo. Reprinted in the eleventh volume of the Somcrs Collection of Tracts.

Puede-ser, D. Diego. The Spanish Bawd, a Tragicomedy. London, 1631. 4to.

Puff, Jack. The Birth, Life, Death, Wil and Epitaph of Iacke Puffe, Gentleman. London, 1642. 4to.

A copy is in the British Museum. White Knights, 2140, russia, 3/. 15s.

Ppffendorf, Samuel. The Law of Nature and Nations, done into English by Basil Kennett, D. D. to which is added Barbeyrac's prefatory Discourse done into English by

— Carew. London, 1749. folio. Best edition. — Oxford, 1703. folio.

Roxburghe, 847,7s. Bindley, pt. ii. 215C, 8s. 6d. —1710. fol. — 1717. fol. — Lend. 1729. folio. Willett, 2030, U. 15s.

De Officio Hominis et Civis, juxta Legem naturalcm, Libri duo. Lond. 1673.8vo.

— AG. Carmichael. Edinb. 1724. 8vo.

— Loud. 1737. 8vo. with port, of Puffendorf. Heath, 1635, 3s. 6d. — In English. Svo.

The divine feudal Law, or Covenants with Mankind represented, together with Means for uniting of Protestants. Translated from the Latin by Theop. Dorrington. London, 1*03. 8vo. In this book Puffendorf treats sf many of the subjects which are discussed by Whitby in his discourse on the five points.

An Introduction to the History of the principal States of Europe, by Jos. Sayer. London, 1761. 8vo. 2 vols. 10s.

Pugh, Edward. Cambria depicta, being a Tour through North Wales, illustrated with 71 picturesque Views, coloured from Nature, by Edward Pugh. London, 1816. royal 4to.

— John. A physiological, theoretic, and practical Treatise on the Utility of the Science of Muscular Action, for restoring the Power of the Limbs. Lond. 1794. small folio.

Pp. 132, with 15 plates. Towneley, pt "■ 1387, 7s.

— R. Bathonensium et Aquis{"ranensium Thermarum Comparat'o. Lond. 1676. 12mo.

Bindley, pt. iv. 477, N.

— Thomas. British and Outlandish Prophesies of above 1000 Years standing, fore-telling the Revolutions that hath and shall happen in England. London, 1658. 4to.

Nassau, pt. ii. 821, 10s. Roxburghe, *M, 14s. —Oxford, 1062.

Pugin, A. Specimens of Gothic Architecture, selected from ancient Edifices in England, with historical and descriptive Accounts. London, 1821-3. 4to. 2 vols.

A work exceedingly serviceable to the practical architect, and at the same time

equally satisfactory to the antiquary, Large

Paper in published at 11. 1 Is. lid. each


Examples of Gothic Architecture, illustrated with historical and descriptive Accounts by E. J. Wilson, med. 4to. — pts. ll. ls. each, Large Paper in imper.4to. It lis. 6d. with proofs on India paper, 10 copies printed, 2t 2s. each.

Specimens of the Architectural Antiquities of Normandy, by Messrs. Pugin and Le Keux, edited by J. Britton, with 80 engravings. London. 1825-7. med. 4to.— pts. Published at 61. 6s. Large Paper in imperial 4to. published at 101. 10s.

Gothic Furniture, consisting of twenty seven coloured Engravings by A. Pugin, with descriptive Letter Press. 4to.

Architectural Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London. 182— 7. medium Svo. 2 vols, published at 51. 5s. Large Paper, in imperial 8vo. 8/. 8s. Largest Paper, in medium 4to. with proofs on India naner. 14/. 14s. r "^

Puigblancii, D. Antonio. The Inquisition unmasked, translated from the Author's enlarged Copy by William Walton. London, 1816. 8vo. 2 vols.

Puisaye, Comte Joseph de. Memoires du Comte Joseph de Puisaye, qui pourront servir a l'Histoire du Parti Royaliste Francois durant la derniere Revolution. Londres, 1803-8. 8vo. 6 torn.

'Those parts of M. de Puisaye's Memoirs which are not necessarily employed in details uninteresting in themselves, but requisite for his own defence, contain passages of sounder political wisdom than are to be found in any French writer upon the Revolution.'—Quart. Review.

Pullein, Rev. Samuel. The Culture of Silk: or, an Essay on its rational Practice and Improvement, in four Parts. London, 1756. Svo. 5s.

Pulpit.—The Pulpit: a Collection of modern Sermons. London, 1823, &c. 8vo. 14 vols.

Published weekly at 3d. each number. See Onesimus.

Pultisnei', Richard, M. D. Historical and biographical Sketches of the Progress of Botany, from its Origin to the Introduction of the Linnaaan System. London, 1790. 8vo. 2 vols.

Hibbert, 6615, 6s.


by San i London publican tance to — 1810.

Lyra I Expositi" Principle, Rev. Join 'The book thodox; 1 performan The P divers and Philip Sidn broke. Cl portraits. 8s.

The Book cal Version English Bib with the origi and illustratu Down and Coi

A literal Psalms, solely i Parkhurst, M.

Psalms acct sion, with prefa dex of scriptura Royal Authors, and chronologic' to which is adde< and their scriptu Anne Scbimmelp 12mo.

The Psalter, ill Dissertations and Warner. 1828. 8vo

A very copious Psalms and parts I 1505 to 1S20, will List of Editions ofth

Psittacorum 1 Parrots, or the don, 1669. 12mo.

With a frontispie* British Museum. Bit Hibbert, 0610, W. 12s.

Psyche, see Ap Taine, J. de la. Ti

Ptolemy, Claud. Libri tres, Gr. et tione, Versione et Wallis. Oxon. 161 A good edi

The Compost of Pth. Astronomye, translated or Englysshe. Imprinted b lflmo. Black letter, with editions without date w, Wyer. White Knights, H. Is. Hibbert, 6611, 10s Thomas Colwell. 16mo.

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