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View of their Merits (by Lord Woodhouselee). London, 1800. 8vo. 2 vols.
Reed, 7577, lis. Roxburghe, 3446, 17s. 6d. — Edinb. 1721-8. 4to. 2 vols. First collective edition. Roxburghe, 3445, vol. i. 1720, 14s. 6d. — Edinb. 1827-9. 8vo. 2 vols, with portrait.
The Evergrene, being a Collection of Scots Poems, wrote by the Ingenious before 1C00, published by Allan Ramsay. Edinb. 1724. 12mo. 2 vols. Ramsay had the taste, feeling and genius of a poet, but he wanted learning and judgment as an editor. Gordonstoun, 840, 13s. — Edinb. 1761. small 8vo. 2 vols. Heath, 1877, 7s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 152, morocco, 1/. 2s. Nassau, pt. ii. 136,8s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 621, 1/. lls.6d.
The Tea Table Miscellany. Edinb. 1724, 4c. — 4 vols. A well known collection of songs, English as well as Scotish, by several hands. Stanley, 425, 21. 10s. — 1750. 12mo. 4 vols.
Musick for Allan Ramsay's Collection of 71 Scots Songs in the Tea Table Miscellany, 6 Parts, with a front. Constable, 665, 13s.
The Gentle Shepherd, a Scots Pastoral Comedy. Edinb. 1725. First Edition. ' This beautiful dramatic poem exhibits rusticity without vulgarity and elegant sentiment without affectation.'—Roscoe. Rhodes, 1922, 1/. 13s. — With a Glossary. Glasg. 1788. 4to. with plates by David Allan. Bindley, pt. iii. 1598, 2t 2s. Proofs. Roxburghe, 6684, 3/. 13s. 6d. With Illustrations of the Scenery; &c. &x. Edinb. 1808. 8vo. 2 vols. Numerous other editions have been published. Translations. — By W. Ward. Lond. 1785. Svo. 2s. — By Margaret Turner. Lond. 1790. 8to. Roxburghe, 5685, 2s. 6d. — By Cornelius Vanderstop. Lond. 1777. 8vo. Hoiburghe, 5683, 2s.
New Miscellany of Scots Songs. 1727. Collection of Scots Proverbs. Edinb. 1737. 12mo. Numerous editions.
Ramsay, Andrew. Poemata sacra, Miscellanea et Epigramata. Edinb. 1633. 12mo.
Roxburghe, 2862, 17s. Constable, 744, 12s. Ramsay's poems occur in Lauder's Delectus Auctorum sacrorum Miltono Facem perlucentium.
A Warning to come out of Babylon, in a Sermon preached by Master Andrew Ramsay, Minister at Edinburgh, at the Receiving of Mr. Thomas Abernethie into the Society of the truly reformed Church of Scotland. Edinb. 1638. 4to.
— And. Mich, usually styled the Chevalier. Travels of Cyrus, with
a Discourse on Mythology. London, 1730. 4to.
Roxburghe, 6414, 5s. 6d. Frequently reprinted in 8vo. and 12mo.—In French. Lond. 1730. 4to.
History of the Viscount de Turenne. London. 1735. 8vo. 2 vols. Gordonstoun, 2025, 3s. 6d.
Philosophical Principles of natural and revealed Religion, explained and unfolded, in a geometrical Order. Glasg. 1749. 4to. 2 vols. 15s. Large Taper. M. 5s. Williams, 1408,2/. lis.
— David. Sermon, or little Treatise upon the three last Verses of the 17th Chapter of Deuteronomie. Aberdene, 1629. 4to.
Inglis, 1129,6s. Gordonstoun, 1927 (dedication to the King wanting), 15s.
— David, M. D. The History of the Revolution of South Carolina. Trenton, 1785. 8vo. 2 vols.
Hollis, 1157, 10s. 6d. Home Tooke, 580, 15s.
The History of the American Revolution. Lond. 1791. 8vo. 2 vols.
The Life of General Washington. London, 1807. 8vo. Hibbert, 6756, 4s.
— Thomas. Climax panegyrica Vitse Jacobi Eboraci Ducis. Lond. 1682. 4to.
Roxburghe, 2863, 6s.
Ramsey, John. A Plaister for a galled Horse, by John Ramsy. M.d.xlviii. London by Thomas Raynalde. 4to.
A poem of 23 octave stanzas consisting of 6 pages, exclusive of the title-page. Brand, pt. i. 1300, 3/. 13s. (kl.
— John. The comfortable Communication between a poore Man and his Wife: wherein thou maiest learne godly Lessons for thy better Instruction: set foorth by Iohn Ramsye Minister. London by the Assignes of Richard Day, 1585.
Contains C, in eights.
— Lawrence. The Practise of the Diuell. The auncient poisoned Practises of the Diuell, in the Papistes, against the true Professors of God's holy Worde, in these our latter Dayes. London for Timothie Rider, and are to be sold by Henrie Kyrkham. 4to.
C 2, in fours, written in the seven-line stanza, and introduced with a 'Preface to the earnest and louing Readers.' At the end • Laurence Ramsey. See Brydges' Restituta, iii. 439-42.
Ramsey, Tho. A false Jew; or, a wonderful Discovery of a Scot (Tho. Ramsey) baptised at London a Christian, circumcised at Rome to act a Jew, re-baptized at Hexham for a Believer but found out to be a Cheat. Newcastle, 1653. 4to. Reprinted Lond. 1654. 4to.
The converted Jew, the Declaration and Confession of Joseph Ben Israel (alias Tho. Ramsay) in the Publique Meeting House at Hexham. 1653.
Banners of Love, or an Answer to a Narrative stuffed with Untruths, by four Newcastle Gentleman. Lond. 1654. 4to.
— William, M. D. Astrologia restaurata: or Astrologie restored by William Ramesey, M. D. London, 1654. folio.
Withportraitby Cross. Hibbert, 6743,14«.
Dr. Ramesey or Ramsey published other works on astrology and medicine. He is alluded to in no. 582 of the Spectator.
Ramus, Peter. The Logike, newly translated by M. Roll. London, by Thomas Vautrollier, 1581.
Williams, 1489, morocco, 19s. See MilTon, John.
The three Partes of Commentaries, containing the whole and perfect Discourse of
the Ciuill Warrcs of Fraunce, . With an
Addition of the cruell Murther of the Admirall Chastilion, and diuers other Nobles, committed the 24 Dave of August Anno 1572. Translated out of Latine into Englishe by Thomas Tymme Minister. Lond. by Francis Coldock, 1574. 4to. Each part has a separate title page. The work, which in the original Latin consists of nine books, has been by some attributed to John de Serres, and by others to Francis Hotoman.
P. Rami Dialecticae Libri duo, Scholiis G. Tempelli Cantahr. illustrati: quibus accessit, eodem Authore, de Porphyrianis Prredecabilibus Disputatio: item, Epistolse de P. Rami Dialectic.! contra Johannis Piscatoris Responsionem Defensio. Cantabr. 1584. 4to. pp. 314, dedicated to Sir Philip Sidney by G. Temple.
The Latine Grammar of P. Ramus, translated into English: whereunto is joyned, a grammatical Analysis uppon an Epistle of Tully. Cambridge, 1585. 8vo.
P. Rami Dialectics Libri. Defensio ejusdem Dialectics, Authore Fred. Beurhusio. 1589. Land. 8vo.
P. Rami Grammatics, ab eo demuni recognita: &c. Lond. 1589. 8vo.
Some other pieces by Ramus have been published in England.
Ramvsio, Gio. Bat. A shorte and briefe Narration of the two Nauigations and Discoveries to the Northweast Partes called Newe Fraunce. First translated out of French into Italian by that famous learned Man Gio. Bapt. Ramutius, and now turned into English by Iohn Florio. London, by H. Bynneman, 1580. 4to.
Dedicated to 'Edmond Bray, Esq.' after which 'To all Gentlemen Merchants aod Pilots' 80 pages. A copy is in the British Museum.
Ranchin, Wm. du. A Review of the Councell of Trent, translated bv Gerard Langbaine. Oxford, 1638. folio. 7s. 6d.
Randall, James. A Collection of architectural Designs for Mansions, Cabins, Villas, Lodges and Cottages. London, 1806. 4to.
— Thomas. The high and mightie Commendation of the Vertue of a Pot of good Ale, whereunto is added the valiant Battle fought between the Norfolk Cock and the Wisbich Cock. Lond. 1642. Mo.
Four leaves in verse. Written by Thomas Randall.
Randolph, Bernard. The present State of the Morea. London, 1689. 4to.
Nassau, pt, ii. 927, 5s. Roxburghe, 7251, 6s. Heath, 2632, 13s. — 16S6. 4to.
The present State of the Islands in the Archipelago. Oxford, 1687. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 926, 3s.
— John, Bishop of London. Enchiridion Theologicum, or a Manual for the Use of Students in Divinity. Third Edition. Oxford, 1825. 8vo. 2 vols. 16s.
A very useful work. Contend.—Vol 1. King Edward the Sixth's Catechism, Protestatio Ridleii, Bishop Ridley's Treatise against Transubstantiation, Juelli Apologia, Noelli Catechismus, Bishop Taylor's Advice to his Clergy, Pearsonii Annales Paulini, Bishop Stillingfleet's Discourse on Scripture Mysteries, and his second Dialogue on the Doctrine of the Trinitv and Transubstantisuon compared, Bishop Gaslrell's Considerations on the Trinity.—Vol. H. Bishop Conybeare's Discourse on Miracles, on Scripture Mysteries, on Subscription to Articles of Religion, on the Expediency of a Divine Revelation, and on Scripture Difficulties, Bishop Gibson's first, second, third and fourth Pastoral Letters, Leslie's Short Method with the Deists, and Bentley's Remarks on FreeThinking. — Oxford, 1792. 12mo. 5 vols. Williams, 1490, U 14s.
Randolph, Thomas. Poems, with the Muses Looking-Glass and Amyntas; whereunto is added the jealous Lovers. Oxford, 1668. small 8vo.
Pp. 462. 'The fifth Edition with several Additions, corrected and amended.' These additions are Aristippus and the conceited Pedlar. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 013, I5s. Bindley, pt. iii. 282, 2s. 6d. Reed, 7582, 2s. 6d. Roscoe, 1373, 10s. 6d. — Oxford, 1638. 4to. Rhodes, 1931, 5s. Field, 356, 5s. Nassau, pt. ii. 925, 14s. North, pt. iii. 790, with Randolph's autograph and complimentary verses by him in Ids., II. 2s. — Oxford, 1640. small 8vo. pp. 358, with a frontispiece, containing portrait of Randolph, by Marshall. Each portion of the volume has a distinct title, with separate paging. Roxburghe, 3900, 10s. 6d. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 612, ll. ts. Reed, 7581, 3s. 6d. — Loud. 1643, small 8vo. — London, 1652. small 8vo. with a frontispiece. White Knights, 3460, russia, 8s. — London, 1664. small 8vo. pp. 462. This edition, as well as that of 1668, is entitled the fifth edition, but though the contents correspond they are evidently distinct impressions. Bibl. AngloPoet. 614, 18s. Hibbert, 6759, morocco, 5s. fid. Lloyd, 975, 5s. Nassau, pt. ii. 137, 7s.
Aristippus, or the jovial Philosopher. London, 1630. 4to. Roxburghe, 5686, 5s. Hibbert, 6714,4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 924,1/. 9s. Modes, 1927, 6s. — 1631. 4to. Hollis, 1295, 4s. — 1635. 4to. 2s. 6d. — Dublin- Inglis* old Plays, 85, 5s. 6d.
The jealous Lovers, a Comedy. Cambridge, 1632. 4to. Roxburghe, 5688, 3s. Rhodes, 1929, 3s. 6d. — London, 1634. 4to.
Cornelianum Dolium, Comoedia lepidissina; Auctore T. R. Londini, 1638. 12mo. Supposed to have been written by Thomas Randolph. Prefixed is a frontispiece by Marshall, representing Cornelius in a sweating tub. Roxburghe, 3650, 5s. Bindley, Pt. i. 1443, 5s. White Knights, 1002, 6s. Nassau, pt. i. 919, Ms.
Hey for Honesty. 1651. See Axis- 'otajstj.
A notice of Randolph will be found in Wood's Athen. Oxon. and in the Retrospective Review, vi. 61-87.
— Thomas, D.D. The Prophecies and other Texts cited in the New Testament, compared with the Hebrew Original, and the Septuagint Version. To which are added Notes. Oxford, 1782. Ito.
The substance of this exceedingly valuable tract is given in Horne's Introduction to the Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures.
A View of our blessed Saviour's Ministry and the Proofs of his Divine Mission arising from thence: together with a Charge, Dissertations, Sermons and theological Lectures. Oxford, 1784. 8vo. 2 vols.
Ranger.—The Ranger, a Collection of periodical Essays, by the Hon. M. Hawke, and Sir R. Vincent, Bart. London, 1795. 12mo. 2 vols. 5s.
Originally published in 40 numbers, at Brentford, in 1794. 12mo. 2 vols. Fonthill, 1569, 9s.
Thejuvenile Adventures of David Ranger, Esq. London, 1756. 12mo. 2 vols. 6s. Pretended adventures of David Garrick.
Ranger's Progress: Consisting of a Variety of poetical Essays, moral, serious, comic, and satyrical, by Honest Ranger of Bedford-Row. London, 17—. 2s. 6d. 12mo. Most of the pieces in this entertaining miscellany, originally appeared in Lloyd's Evening Post.
Ranken, Alexander, D.D. The History of France, civil and military, &c, &c, from the Time of its Conquest by Clovis, A.D. 486. London, 1801, &c. 8vo. 9 vols.
Written on the plan of Henry's History of Great Britain. Drury, 3507, 21. 5s.
Ranking, John, Historical Researches on the Wars and Sports of the Mongols and Romans; in which Elephants and wild Beasts were employed: and the Agreement of History with the Remains of such Animals found in Europe and Siberia. London, 1826. Mo.
Pp. xvi and 516, with a map and ten plates.
Historical Researches on the Conquest of Peru, Mexico, Bogota, Natchez and Talonicco, in the 13th Century by the Mongols, accompanied with Elephants; and the local Agreement of History and Tradition, with the Remains of Elephants and Mastrodontes found in the New World. Loud. 1827. 8vo.
Rankins, William. A Mirrovr of Monsters: wherein is plainely described the manifold Vices and spotted Enormities, that are caused by the infectious Sight of Playes, with the Description of the subtile Slights of Sathan, making them his Instruments. London by I(ohn) C(harlewood)forT(homas)H(acket), 1587. 4to.
A copy is in the British Museum. It contains 24 fol. not including the title. Gordonstoun, 1018, 10/.
Ranters.—The Routing of the Ranters. London, 1650. 4to.
This, and several other tracts, 1650-4, relating to the Ranters, will be found in the British Museum.
The Arraignment and Tryall with a Declaration of the Ranters. 1C50. The Ranters Bible. London, 1650. News from Newgate and the Old Bailey. London, 1651. 4to. Three tracts. Bindley, pt. i. 368, 3/. 4s.
The Ranters Ranting: with the Apprehending, Examinations, and Confession of John Collins, J. Shakspear, Thomas Wiluerten, and five more. London, 1650. The Ranters Bible. London, 1650. A Warning Piece against all Blasphemers, Ranters, &c. London, 1653. 4to. 3 Tracts. Nassau, pt. ii. 928, 2/. 10s. resold Hibbert, 6715, 10s. 6d.
Raphael see Raffaello.
Rapin, Paul, de Thoyras. The History of England (from the earliest Period to the Revolution in 1688), written in English by Mr. Rapin de Thoyras, translated into English, with additional Notes (and a Continuation to the Accession of K. George II.) by N. Tindal, M.A. London, 1743-7. folio. 5 vols.
Best edition. The historian Rapin is remarkable for his impartiality and candour. Nassau, pt. ii. 634, with the heads, monuments, He. dates 1743, &c. 13/. Willett, 2164, with heads, monuments, medallic history, &c. 174.1-7, 14/. 14s. Duke of York, with portraits, maps, plans and medallic history, 1743—51, old morocco, 16/. 10s. Roxburghc, 8374, 1732, &c. 12/. 5s. Mollis, 1138, with maps, gcneal. tables, heads, monuments, medallic history, &c. 1743-51,17/. IN. Large Paper. Steevens,
1703, with portraits, maps, plans, coins and the summary, bound in 10 vols. 1732-41, 53/. lis. Dent, pt. ii. 1244, with the medallic history, summary, heads and monuments, 1732, &c. russia, 141/. 15s. This copy was purchased at Leigh and Sotheby's in May 1800, for 19/. 19s. Edwards, 574, in 6 vols, the Rapin on the largest paper, the Tindal on fine paper, russia, 43/. ls. Allen in 1799, 1732-51, 421 Fonthill, 1977,5 vols. 1734-46, with atlas, 641. Ii Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 291, with the heads, monuments, medals, also the portraits by Houbraken, 1732, &c, in 9 vols, morocco, 67/. 4s. Heath, 4369, with the medallic history, heads and monuments (the Rapin on common paper), russia, 43/. ls. Williams, 1676, with the medallic history, 8rc. fcc. 1743-7, illustrated with upwards of 100 additional portraits, and bound in 2 vols, morocco, 288/. 15s. Collation made from several copies, including the portraits of Houbraken, taken from Birch's Lives. Vol. I. 'The third Edition, illustrated with Maps, genealogical Tables, and the Heads and Monuments of the Kings, engraved on 77 Copper-plates. 1743.' Title and dedication to Frederic, Prince of Wales, two leaves; the preface and life of Rapin, pp. iii—%;'" account of the heads, &c. engraven by VerTue, 8 pages; an explanation of the genealogical tables,one leaf; introduction, p. iii—vii:: the history, pp. 9—849. On the back of p. 849 are directions concerning the genealogical tables. Plates.—Rapin, by G. Vertue. Britannia Saxonica. p. 30. Genealogy of the Kings of Mercia and of Northumberland, p. 47. Posterity of Woden and Genealogy of the Kings of East Anrua. p. 55. Genealogy of the Kings of Kent and Essex, p. 57. A Table of the seven Kingdoms of the Anglo-Saxons, p. M. Egbert, by G. Vertue. p. 83. Alfred, by G. Vertue. p. M. Canute the Dane, by G. Vertue. p. 124. Monument of Edward the Confessor, by G. Vertue. p. 136. Genealogy of the Kings of Wessex and of the Kings of England after the Dissolution of the Heptarchy, p. 146. A new Map of England. Scotland and Ireland, p. 162. William the Conqueror, by G. Vertue. p. 163. William Rufus, by G. Vertue. p. 18?. Monument of William the Conqueror, by C. Du Bose, P. 188. Henry I. by G. Vertue. p. 190. Monument of William Rufus, by C. Du host p. 193. Stephen, by G. Vertue. p. JOO. Henry II. by Geo. Vertue. p. 222. Genealogies of William the Conqueror and of Henry II. p. 242. Monument of K. Henry II and of K. Richard I. by C. Du Bose, P242. Richard I. by G. Vertue. p. 244. John, by G. Vertue. p. 259. Monument of King John, by C. Du Bosc p. 280. Henry HJ. by G. Vertue. p. 296. Monument of K. Henry III. by J. V. Schley, p. 346. Ed
ward I. by G. Vcrtue. p. 357. Monument of K. Edward I. by G. Vcrtue. p. 380. Edward II. by G. Venue, p. 388. Monument of K. Edward II. by C. Du Bosc. p. 404. Edward III, by G. Vertue. p. 406. John of Gaunt, by G. Vertue. p. 346. Edward Prince of Wales, by G. Vertue. p. 438. Monument of Edward Prince of Wales, by C. Du Bosc. p. 438. A genealogical Table of the Posterity of Edward III. p. 144. The Monument of K. Edward HI. by C. Du Bosc. p. 444. Richard II. by G. Vertue. p. 453. Monument of K. Richard II. by C. Du Bosc. p. 476. 1st. Genealogical Table of the Royal Family of Scotland, p. 482. Henry IV. by G. Vertue. p. 484. Geoffrey Chaucer, by Houbraken, p. 502. William ofWickham, by Houbraken. p. 502. Monument of K. Henry IV. by P. Yver. p. 503. Henry V. by G. Vertue. p. 504. Monument of K. Henry V. by G. Vertue. p. 530. Monument of K. Henry V. by P. Yver. p. 530. Henry VI. by G. Yertue. p. 532. John Duke of Bedford, by G. Vertue. p. 535. Edward IV. by G. Vertue. p. 595. W. Waynfleet, Bishop of Winchester, by Houbraken. p. 616. Monument of K. Edward IV. by C. Du Bosc. p. 628. Edward V. by G. Vcrtue. p. 629. Monument of K. Edward and his Brother Richard, by G. Vertue. p. 630. Richard III, by G. Vertue. p. 637. Henry VII. by G. Vertue. p. 649. Elizabeth, Queen of K. Henry VII. (by Houbraken?). p. 654.Monument of K. Henry VII, and his Queen, by G. Vertue. p. 691. Monument of K. Henry VII. by C.Du Bosc. p. 691. Henry VIII. by G. Vertue. p. 702. Catharine of Arragon, by Houbraken. p. 704. William Warham, Abp. of Canterbury, by G. Vertue. F 741. Cardinal Wolsey, by Houbraken. p. 753. Ann Bullen, by Houbraken. p. 775. Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, by Houbraken. p. 802. Sir Thomas More, by Houbraken. p. 806. Jane Seymour, (by Houbraken f). p. 812. Ann of Cleues, by Houbraken. p. 824. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex, by Houbraken. p. 826. Catherine Howard, by Houbraken. p. 830. Map of France. At end of the volume. Vol. II. 1743. pp. 1— 807, including the title page and a dissertation on the Whigs and Torys; index, 16 pages; Rapin's letter to Robe thou, errata, &c three pages. Plates.—Tindul, by B. Kcart. Edward VI. by G. Vertue. p. I, Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset, by Houbraken. p. 4. John Russel, the first Earl of Bedford, by Houbraken. p. 19. Monument of K. Edward VI. by G. Vertue. p. 26. Mary, by G. Vertue. p. 27. Philip II, King of Spain, by G. Vertue. p. 37. Elizabeth, by G. Vertue. p. 50. Sir Nicholas Bacon, by Houbraken. p. 62. Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, by Houbraken. p. 64. Francis, Earl of Bedford, by G. Vertue. p. O. Henry Lord Darnly King of Scotland, by G. Vertue. p. 70. George Bu
chanan, by Houbraken. p. 76. Sir Thomas Smyth, by Houbraken. p. 81. William Cecil Lord Burleigh, by Houbraken. p. 88. Thomas Howard Duke of Norfolk, by Houbraken. p. 101. James, Earl of Morton, by Houbraken. p. 104. Sir Francis Drake, by Houbraken. p. 112. Sir Francis Walsingham, by Houbraken. p. 124. Mary Queen of Scotts, by Houbraken. p. 130. Mary Queen of Scots, by G. Vertue. p. 132. Charles Howard, Earl of Nottingham, byHoubraken. p. 135. The Speech ofQ. Elizabeth to her Army encamped at Tilbury in 1588. p. 135. Robert Devereux Earl of Essex, by Houbraken. p. 149. William Shakespear, by Houbraken. p. 154. Sir Philip Sydney, by Houbraken. p. 154. Monument of Q. Elizabeth, by C. Du Bosc. p. 156. Monument of Mary Queen of Scots, by C. Du Bosc. p. 156. James I. by G. Vertue. p. 158. Anne of Denmark, by Houbraken. p. 162. Henry, Prince of Wales, by Houbraken. p. 164. Thomas Sackville, Earl of Dorset, by G. Vertue. p. 174. Henry Prince of Wales, by G. Vertue. p. 181. Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury (by Houbraken ?).p. 183. Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset, by Houbraken. p. 184. Elizabeth, Pr. Pal. and Queen of Bohemia, by G. Vertue. p. 186. Sir Edward Coke, by Houbraken. p. 190. Sir Walter Ralegh, by Houbraken. p. 196. Sir Francis Bacon Viscount St. Albans, by Houbraken. p. 204. Archbishop Williams, by Houbraken. p. 206. Abbot, Abp. of Canterbury, by Houbraken. p. 215. Ben: Johnson, by Houbraken.p. 236. A genealogical Table of the Posterity ofJames I. p. 236. Charles I. by G. Vertue. p. 237. Thomas Lord Coventry, by Houbraken. p. 244. Thomas Howard Earl of Arundel, by Houbraken. p. 251. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, by Houbraken. p. 276. Francis- Lord Cottington, by Houbraken. p. 294. John Hampden, by Houbraken. p. 296. Algernon Piercy, Earl of Northumberland, by Houbraken. p. 314. John Pym Esq. by Houbraken. p. 352. Thomas Wentworth Earl of Strafford, by Houbraken. p. 374. Francis Russel the second Earl of Bedford, by Houbraken. p. 400. Edward Montague Lord Kimbolton (byHoubraken?). p. 406. George Lord Digby Earl of Bristol, by Houbraken. p. 406. Robert Earl of Lindsey, by Houbraken. p. 456. William Cavendish Duke of Newcastle, by G. Vertue. p. 466. Edward Sackville Earl of Dorset, by G. Vcrtue. p. 470. James Stuart Duke of Richmond and Lenox, by Houbraken. p. 508. Thomas Lord Fairfax, by Houbraken. p. 514. Usher Abp. of Armagh, by G. Vertue. p. 572. William Harvey, M. D. by Houbraken. p. 574. James Graham Marquess of Montrose, by Houbraken. p. 580. General Ireton, by Houbraken. p. 582. Oliver Cromwell, by G. Vertue. p. 591. Oliver Cromwell, by Hou