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.rich, Barnaby. Various Works.
A right excellent and pleasant Dialogue between Mercury and an English Souldier, containing his Supplication to Mars; beautified with sundry worthy Histories, rare Inventions and politike Devises. London, 1574. 16mo. Gordonstoun, 1989, 21. 19s.
Allarme to England, foreshewing what Perilles are procured, where the People liue without Regard of martiall Lawe; with a short Discourse contayning the Decay of warlike Discipline, &C. London by Christopher Barker, 1578. 4to. K 2, in fours, dedicated to Syr Christopher Hatton, Knight. A copy is in the library of K. George III. now in the British Museum. Saunders' in 1818, 2/. 6s. White Knights, 3578, 16s. Gordonstoun, 1990, 27. 3s. Reed, 2676, lis. fid. See Brydges' British Bibliographer, L 501—13.
The strange and wonderfull Adventures of Simonides a Gentilman Spaniards Lond. for Robert Walley, 1581.4to. Much poetry is intermixed. Reed, 2681, 21 2s. Inglis, 1328, 2 pts. indifferent copy, U See Warton's History of English Poetry.
The true Report of a late Practise enterprised by a Papist, with a yong Maiden Eliz. Orion, born in Orton Madocke in the Co. of Kint, in Wales, &c. London by Robert Waller, 1582. Ito. E, in fours, dedicated to Sir Francis Walsingham, Knt. by Barnabe Kit-he. A copy is in the British Museum.
The seconde Tome of the Trauailes and Aduentures of Don Simonides. 1584.
The famous History of Herodotus (first and second Books) translated by B(arnaby) R(ich). London by Thomas Marshe, 1584. 4to. A copy is in the library of K. George III. now in the British Museum.
A Path-way to Military Practise, whereunto is annexed a Kalender of the Imbattelinge of Men. London, by John Charlewood, 1587. 4to. L, in fours. There are three dedications, one to the ' Princesse Elizabeth,' another 'To the most noble Captaines and renowned Souldiours of England,' and the third ' To the freendly Readers in geoeralL'
A Looking Glass for Ireland. London for John Oxenbridge, 1599.
A Souldiers Wish to Britons Welfare, or a Discourse fit to be read of all Gentlemen and Souldiers: a Dialogue betweene Captain Skill and Captain PilL London, 1604. Steevens, 1061, ll. 5s.
Rich his Farewell to Militarie Profession: containing very pleasant Discourses fit for a peaceable Time. Gathered together for the onely Delight of the courteous Gentlewomen both of England and Ireland, for whose onely Pleasure they were collected together, and vnto whom they are directed and dedicated. Newly augmented. By Barnaby
Riche, Gentleman. London by G. E. for Thomas Adams, 1606. Inglis, 1329,101. 10s. In this work will be found a novel entitled 'Of Apolonius and Silla,' from which 8hakspeare took the plot of his Twelfth Night. A previous edition was probably printed between 1578 and 1581. See Collier's Poetical Decameron, ii. 133-64.
Favltes, Favlts, and nothing else but Favltes. London, 1606. Ito. Hibbert, 6910, 21. 18s. Reed, 2678, U. 6s. Gough, 3143, U 3s.
A short Suruey of Ireland. London, 1609 (misprint 1069). Pp. 56, dedicated to the Earl of Saresbury. A copy is in the British Museum. Gordonstoun, 1991, 5/. 10s. Lloyd, 11 18s. See Collier's Poetical Decameron, ii. 140-1.
Roome for a Gentleman. London, 1609. 4 to.
A New Description of Ireland, London, 1610. 4to. Sixty-six leaves, dedicated to Robert, Earl of Salisbury, after which is an epistle to William Cukyne, sheriff of London. A copy is in the British Museum. Reed, 2680, 3/. 14s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1132,51
A true and a kinde Excuse written in Defence of that Booke, intituled A newe Description of Irelande. By Barnaby Rych Gent. Servant to the Kinge's most excellent Maiestie. London, 1612.Mo. consisting of 25 numbered leaves. A copy is in the British Museum. Gordonstoun, 1994, 4/. 14s. 6d. Bindley, pt. ii. 522, 21. 12s. 6d.
A catliolicke Conference betweene Syr Taddy Mac Mareall a Popist Priest of Waterforde, and Patricke Plaine, a young Student in Trinity Colledge by Dublin in Irelande, &C. London, 1612. 4to. A copy is in the British Museum. Gordonstoun, 1992, il. 6s. Boswell, 2312, 61.12s.
The Excellency of good Women. London, 1613.4to.
Opinion deified. London, 1613. 4to. A copy is in the British Museum. Gordonstoun, 1995, It lis. 6d.
The Honestie of this Age, proving that the World was never honest till now. London, 1614. 4to. 'A curious picture of the time.'— H'arton. A copy is in the British Museum. — London, 1615, 4to. Lloyd, 1059, 17s. Nassau, pt. ii. 984, 21 3s. — London, 1616. 4to. Lloyd, 1053, ll. ls. Gordonstoun, 1996, 31. 5s. — Edinb. by Andro Hart. 4to. Reed, 2811, 11 18s.
My Ladies Looking Glasse, wherein may be discerned a wise Man from a Foole; a good Woman from a bad; and the true Resemblance of Vice masked under the Wizard of Virtue. London, 1616. 4to. Gordonstoun, 1997, il. 6s.
The Irish Hubbub, or the English Hue and Crie. London, 1619. 4to. pp. 56, followed by one leaf of 'Aphorismes, with other witty sentences.' Gordonstoun, 1998, 21. 12s. 6d. Lloyd, 1054, 3J. 3s. —1616. 4to. Reed, 2677, ll. Ms. — 1617. 4to. In the title-page Rich calls this book his twentysixth. — 1622.
A new Irish Pronostication or Popish Callender. Wherein is described the Disposition of the Irish, with the Manner of their Behaviour, &C. London, 1624. 4to. pp. 116. A copy is in the British Museum. It is merely 'A new Decription of Ireland.' 1610.' with a reprinted title-page. Gordonstoun, 1993, 21. 6s.
Rich, Claudius James. Two Memoirs on the Ruins of Babylon. London, 1815-6. 8vo.
Fonthlll, 831, 15s. — 1818. Drury, 3532, 9s. 6d.
— Jeremiah. The Pens Dexterity; or, the Art of writing Shorthand. London, 105 9. 12mo.
With portrait of Rich, St. 24, by T. Cross. Rich's system was commended by Locke. The work has been frequently reprinted with additions by Wm. Addy, Nath. Stringer, Sam. Botley and others.
Semigraphy, or Arts Rarity. London, 1654. with portrait of Rich by Cross. 10s. 6d.
Mirrour of Mercy in the Midst of Misery. London, 1654. In verse. Inglis, 1270, 5s. ("nl. Nassau, pt. ii. 237, 1/.
Richard I. King of England.— Kynge Rycharde Cuer du Lyon. London, by Wynkyn de Worde, 1528. 4to.
A copy is in the Bodleian Library. It U ornamented with wood cuts, and terminates on the third leaf after sign. Q iii. Hibbert, 7115, MI. 14s. — London by W. de Worde, 1509, 4to. A copy is in the Earl Spencer's collection. — Iropr. for W. C. 4to. Sign. A i—Q iii. Ito, The ancient and interesting metrical romance of Richard Coeur de Lion is printed in Weber's collection.
Le Rommant de Richard sans Paour, Due de Normandie, lequel fut Filz de Robert le Dyable, et fut par sa Prudence Roy d'Angleterre. Paris, Denys Jcannot. 4to. — Paris, Sim. Calvarin. 4to.
La Tour Tenebreuse, tirez d'un ancienne Chronique composee par Richard, surnomme Coeur de Lion, Roy d'Angleterre. Paris, 1705.
See Anri.-riiAiiAJius, Greg. BerinoTon, Joseph. Hearne, Thomas.
— II. King of England.
The Life and Death of King Richard the Second. Published by a Well-wisher to the Comonwealth. London, 1642.4to. Pp. 8, with a portrait.
The Life and Reign of King Richard the
Second. By a Person of Quality. London, 1681. 8vo. Pp. 240, with title to the Readers and contents, 4 leaves. Lloyd, 110, 2s. Roxburghe, 8391, 4s.
True Relation of the Deposition of K. Richard II. Lond. 1689.
The Life and Reign of Richard II, with seasonable and useful Reflections. London, 1713. 8vo. Pp. 72, besides title and contents, 2 leaves.
Life of Richard II. and Fall of his three Favourites. 1783. Nassau, pt. i. 2010, 4s.
K. Richard H. last Voyage to Ireland. In Walter Harris' Hibernica.
See Hearne, Thomas. Howard, Sir Robert. Parliament.
— III. King of England.
The true Tragedie of Richard the Third: whereunto is shown the Death of Edward the Fourth, with the Smothering of the young Princes in the Tower. With a lsmentable Ende of Shore's Wife, 8fc. «nd lastly the Conjunction of the two noble Houses of Lancaster and Yorke. As it vis played by the Queenc's Majesties Players. London by Creede, 1594. 4to. Only one perfect copy of this play is known. It was unquestionably used by Shakspeare in the formation of his own Richard. Rhodes, 329, two leaves wanting, 30/. Dent, pt. ii. 1005, title and first leaf in ms. facsimiles, 14/. 3s. 6d. Evans' in 1825, 69/. 6s.
Richard the Third, his Character, Legend and Tragedy. A Poem. 1614. 4to.
King Richard the Third revived. Lond. 1655. Ito.
See Buck, Sir George, Knt. Catley, Arthur. More, Sir Thomas. Walpole, Horace.
Richard of Cirencester. The Description of Britain translated from Richard of Cirencester: with the original Treatise de Situ Britanniae; and a Commentary on the Itinerary. London, 1809. 8vo.
A good edition, edited by Mr. H. Hatcher of Salisbury, Large Paper. Hibbert, 6S51. morocco, 1/. 16s. Fonthill, 3092, 3/. lg. Sa Bertram, Car. Stukely, Wm.
Richards, George, D. D. Poems.
Richards' poem of the Aboriginal Britons was commended by Lord Byron.
— Nathaniel. Poems sacred and satyrical. Lond. 1641. sm. 8vo.
Pp. 182, with engraved front, and portrait, T. R. sculp. The volume is dedicated to Thomas Soarae, Esq. Reed, 7588,10s. 6d. Strettell, 1198, 17s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 605, morocco, 2/. 12s. 6d. Lloyd, 1098, I/. Hs Perry, pt. iv. 312, 17s. Nassau, pt. ii. 238, russia, ISs. , Dodeswell, 644, 1/.
The celestial Publican, a sacred Poem. the vidoaj Courtier, the Jesuite, the Divell. London, 1630. Hibbert, 6852, 11. 13s. Bindley, pt. iii. 481, 51. ts. 6d. Lloyd, 1097, date 1620! 21
The Tragedy of Messalina, the Roman Empress. London, 1640. 12mo. With a portrait by T. R. and a frontispiece containing a view of the stage and names of the performers. Rhodes, 1972, 15s. Roxburghe, 5725, 8s. 6d. Field, 363, 15s. Hibben, 6853, 1/. Bindley, p. iii. 480, It 19s.
Richards, Thomas. Antiquae Linguas Britannicae Thesaurus; being a British or Welsh-English Dictionary: to which is prefixed a compendious Welsh Grammar, with the Rules in English. Bristol,1753. 8vo.
Roxburghe, 2174, 1 Is. — Bristol, 1759. 8vo. Dent, pt. ii. 351, N.
— William. Wallography: or, the Britton described: being a pleasant Relation of a Journey into Wales. London, 1682. 8vo. 6s.
— William, M. A. An English and Welsh Dictionary. London, 1798. 12mo. 4s.
— William. The History of Lynn, civil, ecclesiastical, political, commercial, biographical, municiple and military, from the earliest Accounts of the present Time. Lynn, 1812. 8vo. 2 vols.
Tovrneley, pt. ii. 1054, 18s. Large Paper. Towneley, pt. ii. 1055, 21. 2s. Collation.—Vol. I. Pp. xvi and 622, with supplement and errata, 4 pages, also 4 plates at pp. 1, 499, 554 and 564. Vol. II. Pp. vii and 623—1216, with 12 plates at pp. 1, 716, 789, 983, 1088, 1092, 1093, 1098, 1159, 1170, 1172 and 1174.
See Noble, Mark.
Richardson, Charles. Illustrations of English Philology. Lond. 1815. 4to.
Consisting of a critical examination of Dr. Johnson's dictionary, and remarks on Mr. Dugald Stewart's essay on the tendency of some late philological speculations. Mr. R. is the writer of the lexicographical portion of the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana.
— George. The Irish Footman's Poetry, or George the Runner, against Henry the Walker in Defence of Iohn the Swimmer. Printed in the Yeare 1641. 4to.
— George. Iconology: or, a Collection of emblematical Figures, moral and instructive, with Expla
nations from classical Authorities. London, 1777—9. 4to. 4 vols, in 2. 2/. 10s.
— George. The new Vitruvius Britannicus; consisting of Plans and Elevations of modern Buildings, public and private, erected in Great Britain by the most celebrated Architects, engraved on 72 Plates, from original Drawings, by George Richardson, Architect. London, 1800-2. imperial folio. 11 nos. in 1 vol.
Published at 51. 15s. 6d.
A Collection of Chimney-pieces, ornamented in the Style of the Etruscan, Greek, and Roman Architecture, (36 Plates) with Description in English and French. Lond. 1781. folio.
A Treatise of the five Orders of Architecture. London, 1787. imperial folio. With 22 plates. Roxburghe, 1646, lis. 6d. Marquis of Townshend, 2865, 9s. fid.
Works in Architecture. London, 1792. folio. — pts. in 1 vol. containing 44 plates.
— John. In Honour of Abingdon, or on the seaventh Day of September's Solemnization, 1641. By John Richardson Serjeant of Abingdon in the County to Berks. Printed in the Year 1641. 4to.
A Poem of one sheet. 'I do not remember to have seen another copy of this little thing, which I have several times read with great pleasure, there being several particuars of great remark in it.'—T. Hearne.
— John, Bishop of Ardagh. Choice Observations and Explanations upon the Old Testament: to which are added, some further and larger Observations upon the whole Book of Genesis. London, 1655. folio.
With a portrait of the author, at 74, 1653, by T. Cross. This writer is termed by Archbp. Usher 'that learned man, much exercisedin the studies of the Holy Scriptures.'
— John. The Canon of the New Testament vindicated; in Answer to the Objections of J(ohn) T(oland) in his Amyntor. Second tion. London, 1701. 8vo.
A very judicious work.
Pralectiones Ecclesiastics triginta novem olim habits in Sacello Collegii Emmanuelis apud Cantabrigienses. Lond. 1726. 8vo. 7s.
LARGE PAPER. 12s.
Richardson, John. A History of the Attempts that have been made to convert the Popish Natives of Ireland, with a Proposal for their Conversion. 1712. 8vo. Hibbert, 68S6, 3s.
A Proposal for the Conversion of the Popish Natives of Ireland to the established Religion. Dublin, 1711. 4to.
Great Folly, Superstition and Idolatry of Pilgrimages to Ireland, especially that to St. Patrick's Purgatory. Dublin, 1727. 8vo. Bindley, pt. iii. 228, 6s. Gough, 3013,5s. 6d.
— John. A Dictionary, Persian, Arabic and English, by J. Richardson, F.A.S. of Wadham College. Oxford, 1777-80. folio. 2 vols.
An excellent work, particularly for the Persian, formed on the plan of Meninski's Thesaurus. Dent, pt. ii. 1249, 5/. 5s. Some copies bear the date of 1800, but are very inferior, several of the sheets of the first volume having been reprinted. — A new Edition, with numerous Additions and Improvements, by Charles Wilkins, LL.D. F.R.S. London, 1806-10. royal 4to. 2 vols. This edition (observes Dr. Adam Clarke) does honour to Dr. Wilkins; there is no respect in which it is not improved, Large PAPER. Fifty copies printed. For Abridgment, see HopKins, David.
A Grammar of the Arabic Language, in which the Rules are illustrated from the best Writers; principally adapted for the Service of the Honourable East India Company. Lond. 1776. 4to. A work of merit. An index to the Grammar will be found in J. Noble's Arabic Vocabulary. —1801. 4to. —Lond. IK 11. I.e..
A Dissertation on the Languages, Literature and Manners of the Eastern Nations, originally prefixed to a Dictionary, Persian, Arabic, and English: the second Edition, to which is added, Part II. containing additional Observations, together with further Remarks on a new Analysis of ancient Mythology: in Answer to an Apology, addressed to the Author, by Jacob Bryant, Esq. Oxford, 1778. 8vo. 10s. 'Perhaps few books ever published condense so much important and
useful information.'—Dr. Adam Clarke.
1777. 8vo. 2s. 6d.
— Jonathan. Works on Painting, intended as a Supplement to Walpole's Anecdotes of Painters. London, 1792. 4-to.
With portraits and plates. Dent, pt. ii. 908, It 7s. Marquis of Townshend, 2800, 1/. 16s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1595, It Is. Nassau, pt. ii. 269, It 2s. Brockett, 2963, russia, 3t 6s. Sir Joshua Reynolds had the
first fondness for his art excited by the pensal of Richardson's treatise.
Essay on the Theory of Painting. Lond. 1715. 8vo.
Two Discourses on the Art of Criticism, as it relates to Painting, and the Science of a Connoisseur. London, 1719. 8vo.
Traite de la Peinture et de la Sculpture, Amst. 1728. 8vo. 3 vol. Bindley, pt it. 253, with ms. notes by the author, 4/. ISs.
Explanatory Notes and Remarks on Paradise Lost, by J. Richardson, Father and Son. With a Life of the Author, and a Discourse on the Poem,by J.R. Sen. Lond. 1734. 8vo. With a portrait of Milton etched by Richardson the Father. According to Bp. Newton, there are strange inequalities in Richardson's notes, often better sense than grammar or English; he sometimes hits the true meaning of the author surprising!;, and explains it properly. His son is a nun of taste and literature, as well as benevolence and good nature. Hollis, 900, 5s. f.J. Bindley, pt. iii. 291, Cs. fid.
An Account of the Statues, Bas-reliefs, Drawings and Pictures in Italy, France, &c. with Remarks. London, 1754. 8vo. 4s. — 1722. 8vo. 3a.
Works. London, 1773. 8vo. Richardsoniana, or occasional Reflections on the moral Nature of Man, suggested by various Authors, ancient and modem, and exemplified from those Authors; with several Anecdotes interspersed. By the late Jonathan Richardson, Jun. Esq. London, 1776. 8vo. 3s. fid.
Morning Thoughts; or Poetical Mediations, moral, divine and miscellaneous; together with several other Poems on various subjects. By the late Jonathan Richardson, Esq. With Notes by his Son lately deceased. London, 1776. 8vo. 3s.
— R. Zoilomastix: or a Vindication of Milton from all the invidious Charges of Mr. William Lauder; with some new Remarks on Paradise Lost, by RRichardson, B.A. late of ClareHall, Cambridge, 1747. 8vo.
The earliest vindication of Milton from the invidious charges of Lauder.
— Robert, B. D. A brief and compendious Exposition upon the Psalme called De Profundis. Lond. 16mo.
B in eights. Licensed 1569.
— Robert, M.D. Travels along the Mediterranean and Parts adjacent during the Years 1816, 17 and 18. Lond. 1822. 8vo. 2 vols.
A valuable work, of which, with the accounts of various other travellers, both English and French, a critique appeared in the Quart. Rev. xxviii. 59—97.
Richardson, Samuel. The complete works of Samuel Richardson, with a Sketch of his Life and Writings, by the Rev. E. Mangin, M.A. London, 1811. crown 8vo. 19 vols.
With a portrait of Richardson. Duke of York, 4388, N. 12s. Brockett, 2507, 3/. 13s. 6d. — London, 18—. royal 18mo. 18 vols.
Pamela. London. 12mo. 4 vols. Numerous editions—the first appeared in 1741-2.
— 1742. 8vo. 4 vols. Heath, 1755, W. 10s. Clarissa Harlowe. London, 1751. 8vo.
— vols. Heath, 1754, 7 vols. 2/. 19s. Frequently reprinted in 8 vols. 12mo.
The History of Sir Charles Grandison. London, 1754. 8vo. 6 vols. Heath, 1753, ■U 16s. Frequently reprinted in 12mo.
A Collection of the moral and instructive Sentiments, Maxims, Cautions and Reflections, contained in the Histories of Pamela, Clarissa, and Sir Charles Grandison. Lond. 1755. 12mo. 3s.
The Correspondence of Samuel Richardson: to which are prefixed, a biographical Account of the Author, and Observations on his Writings, by A. L. Barbauld. London, 1804. crown 8vo. 6 vols. Bindley, pt. iii. 122, 17s. Hibbert, 6858, 18s. Drury, 3537, IL (is.
— William. Essays on some of Shakespeare's dramatic Characters: to which is added, an Essay on the Faults of Shakespeare. The fifth Edition. Lond. 1797. 8vo.
Pp. viii. and 401. In this edition the essays are more commodiously arranged, and have received correction and improvement by the author. Dent, pt. ii. 352, 8s. Hibbert, 7394, 4s. Gd. Nassau, pt. ii. 485, russia, 1 Is.
— Mrs. History of the Bible. 1820-3. 4to.
Combe, 1833, 9 pU. 21. 19s.
Riche see Rich.
Richeome, L. The Pilgrime of Loreto. Paris, 1629. 4to.
Bindley, pt iii. 1609, 7s. 6d. — Paris, 1630. 4to'.
Richer, A. Great Events from little Causes. Lond. 1767.12mo. 3s.
A curious little work. Richie, James, M.D. The peculiar Doctrines of Revelation, relating to piacular Sacrifices, Redemption by Christ, the Treatment of different moral Characters by the
Deity, under the several Dispensations of revealed Religion, exhibited as they are taught in Holy Scripture, &C. &C. In two Essays. Warrington, 1766. 4to. 2 vols. 7s.
Richmond, — Duke of. Tombeaux des Princes, des grands Capitaines. &c. de la Grande Bretagne, par Eugene Mac Swiney. folio. Willett, 2171, 71 10s.
Richmond, Lod. Duke of. Monumental Pyramid to all Posterities, erected to the Memory of Lodowick, Duke of Richmond and Lenox. London, 1624. 4to.
In verse. King and Lochee's in March 1810, U. 9s.
See PiLOVtus, Conrad.
Richmond in Yorkshire.—Registrum Honoris de Richmond. Londini, 1722. folio.
Published by Roger Gale under the direction of the Society of Antiquaries. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 292, russia, 21. N. Towneley, pt. ii. 1343, 1/. 17s. Large Paper. Dent, pt. ii. 1246, morocco, 21. 10s. Marquis of Townshend, 2859,5/. 5s. Collation.—Title, one leaf; preface, 35 pages; names of the subscribers, 2 pages; errata, directions to the binder and advertisement, one page; Genealogia Comitum Rechemundie, 2 pages; descriptive letter press, pp. 1—106; indexes, 15 pages; contents, 8 pages; appendix, pp. 1—286; indexes and errata, 30 pages. The volume contains 16 plates and pedigrees, not including eleven plates on the letter press. In Nichols' Bibl. Topog. Brit, will be found Gale's additions and corrections to his ' Registrum Honoris de Richmond.'
The History of Richmond in the County of York; including a Description of the Castle, Friary, Caseby Abbey, and other Remains of Antiquity in the Neighbourhood. Richmond, 1814. 12mo. pp. 436, including list of subscribers, with 3 plates at pp. 1, 85 and 196.
Richmond.—Rarities of Richmond with Merlin's Life and Prophecies. 1736.
With cuts. Bindley, pt. iii. 453, 7s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1058, russia, ll. ts.
Rickman, Thomas. An Attempt to discriminate the Styles of English Architecture from the Conquest to the Reformation: preceded by a Sketch of the Grecian and Roman Orders. London, 1819. 8vo. 15s.