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of Truth, and published by bis Order. Printed (abroad) in the Yeare 1671. 8vo.

National Covenant, or the Confession of Faith of the Kirk of Scotland. J678. 8vo. Lloyd, 886, 10s.

A modern Account of Scotland: being an exact Description of the Country, and a true Character of the People and their Manners, written from thence by an English Gentleman. Printed in the Year 1679. 4to. pp. 20. Attributed to Thomas Kirke, of Crookwige, in Yorkshire. Brockett, 2826,4s. Reprinted in the sixth volume of the Harleian Miscellany. — 1686. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1593, 3s.

Wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for the Kingdom of Christ, with the Sufferings of M'KaiL 1680. Bindley, pL iU. 2215, lis. 6d.

Heads and Conclusions of the Policies of the Kirk, after several Conferences, and frequent Disputation and Reasoning. 1680. 4to. A short Compend, or a Description of the Rebels in Scotland, in Anno 1679. Edinb. 1681. 8vo. Black Letter. Eight leaves. Reprinted in 'various Pieces of fugitive Scottish Poetry,' edited by D. Laiag.

The Royal Oake, or a Crovme's Worth of Loyalty for A. Testen, the Genealogie of the Kings of Scotland. Edinb. 1682. 8vo.

Medulla Historic Scoticanse: being a comprehensive History of the Lives and Reigns of the Kings of Scotland. London, 1685. 12mo. with portrait of James II. when Duke of York. Nassau, pt. i. 1589, 9s. Saunders' in 181S, morocco, 1/. 4a.

Memorials for the Government of the royall ISurghs in Scotland, as also a Survey of the City of Aberdeen, with the Epigrams of Arthur Johnston, trans, by J. B. Aberdeen, 1685. small 8vo. Published by Skene. Lloyd, 853, I3s. Perry, pt. ii. 710, 14s. White Knights, 3725, 1/. 5s.

The Procession at opening the Scotch Parliament, 23 April, 1685. folio. Roxburghe, 8764, with the Funeral of the Duke of Itothes, ll. 3s.

A Hind let loose, or an historical Representation of the Testimonies of the Church of Scotland. 1687. with a front. Hibbert, 382S, 5s. Gel. 3829, Cs. fid.

History of the Affairs of Scotland, I6G090. 1690. 8vo. Lloyd, 617, 6s.

The principal Acts of the general Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 10901749. MN, &c. folio. 3 vols. Roxburghc, 1101,1/. 5s.

Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecrc a Facultate Advocatorum in Senatu Judicium in Scotia construc-tae, cum Prrefatione D. George Mackenzie a Vallc Rosarum. Edinb. 1692 4to. Reed, 188, 8s.

Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence. 1692 8rc. See Presbytery.

Naphtali, or the Wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for the Kingdom of Christ, contained in a true and short Deduction thereof from the Beginning of the Reformation of Religion, until the Year 1667. Together with the last Speeches and Testimonies of some who have died for the Truth since the Year 1660. Whereunto are also subjoined, a Relation of the Sufferings and Death of Mr. Hew, Mc. Kail, and some Instances of the Sufferings of Galloway and Nithisdate. Printed in the Year 1693. 12mo. pp.559. — 1667. Nassau, pt. i. 2407, 6s. Home Tooke, 488, 12s. — 1680. Bindley, pt. iii. 2215, lis. 6d.

The Interest of Scotland, in three Essays. London, 1700. 8vo. By W. Seton, who published several other tracts about this period.

The Causes of Scotland's Miseries, a Poem in Imitation of the VI Ode of the third Book of Horace. Edinburgh, 1700. Reprinted in 'Various Pieces of fugitive Scotish Poetry,' edited by D. Laing.

Scotland characterised; in a Letter written to a Young Gentleman, to dissuade him from an intended Journey thither. By the Author of' The Trip to North Wales." 1701. folio, pp. 4. Reprinted in the seventh volume of the Harleian Miscellany.

A short Account of Scotland. London,

1702. small Svo. 2s. 6d. A miserably written work.—Dr. Johnson. Nassau, pt. ii. 328, 6s. See Morer, Tho.

An historical Account of the antient Rights and Power of the Parliament of Scotland, humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Estates, when they come to settle Limitations for the next Successor. To which is prefixed a short Introduction upon Government in general. Printed in the Year 1703. 8vo. pp. xxxii and 160. An anonymous tract by Geo. Ridpath. Ridpath published several other tracts about this period.

An historical Account of the ancient Rights and Power of the Parliament of Scotlaud: to which is prefixed a short Introduction upon Government in general. Edinb.

1703. Published anonymously and suppressed. — Aberdeen, 1823. 8vo. Pp. viii. &.- 143. To this edition the author's name, Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun, is affixed.

Irue Scots Genius reviving, a Poem, written upon Occasion of the Resolve past in Parliament, the 17th of July 1704. Printed in the Year 1704. 4to. Four leaves. Reprinted in ' Various Pieces of fugitive Scottish Poetry,' edited by D. Laing.

A Description of Scotland and its Inhabitants. Lond. 1705. 4to.

An impartial Account of the Affairs of Scotland from the Death of James V. to that of the Earl of Murray. Lond. 1705. 8vo. 6s.

A choice Collection of comic and serious Scots Poems. 1705 or 9, 11, 13. See WatSon, James.

L'Expedition d'Ecosse, ou lc Retour du Prince de Galles en France, Tra^i-comedie, en Vers Francois. Paris, 1708. l'2mo. A copy at La Valliere's sale produced 24 ft.

Memoirs of the Rebellion in Scotland in the year 1708: containing the secret History of Colonel Hooke's Negotiations in Favour of the Pretender in 1707, likewise the original Letters and Memorials which passed between the Scotch and Irish Lords at the Courts of Versailles and St. Germains never before published. London by Jos. Bird. ]2nio. pp. ix. and 212. The running title of the volume is Hooke's Negotiations. See Hooke, Col.

Miscellanea Scotica; containing the Life and Death of James V. of Scotland, and his Navigation round Scotland with the Chameleon or Crafty Statesman, by George Buchanan. Edinb. 1710. 8vo. with portrait of James V. 10s. —London, 1710. small 8vo. Boswell, 1879, 4s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 2273,10s. Jadis, 77, morocco, ll. lg. Roxburghe, 8805, 31. Hibbert, 5470, morocco, 21. 8s.

Memoirs of the Court of Scotland, or the History of the Earl of Douglas. London, 1711. Hibbert, 5305, 5s. 6d.

Description of the most remarkable Highways, and well known Fairs and Mercats in Scotland, with several other remarkable Things. Edinb. 1711. 8vo. 5s.

A short History of the Revolution in Scotland. London, 1712. 8vo.

Cloud of Witnesses for the royal Prerogatives of Christ; or, the Last Speeches and Testimonies of those who have suffered for the Truth in Scotland since 1680, together with an Appendix, containing the Queen's Ferry Paper, Account of those who were killed without Process of Law, &c Printed in the Year 1714. Ito.

Twelve Tunes for the Church of Scotland, composed in four Parts, viz. Treble, Contra, Tennor and Bassus, according to the Method used by the Master of the Musick School of Aberdeen. Aberdeen, 1714. 4to.

Memoirs of Scotland. 1714. See LockHart, George.

Account of the Affairs of Scotland relating to the Revolution in 1688. London, 1714. 8 vo.

Memoirs of North Britain. 1715. See Oldmixon, John.

Some of the Grievances and Complaints of the poor Commonalty of Scotland. Glasg.

1720. Svo.

History of the Kings of Scotland. Glasg.

1721. 8vo. Roxburghe, 8716, 10s.

A Journey through Scotland. 1722. See Defoe, Daniel.

Lives and Reigns of the Kings of Scotland, by an impartial Hand. Dublin, 1722. 4to. Constable, 5 12, N. 6d.

Historical Account of the Establishment,

Progress, and State of the Bank of Scotland, and of the several Attempts that have been made against it, and the severall Interruptions and Inconveniences which the Company has encountered; also, the Act of Parliament for its Establishment. Printed February,'1727. 4to.

The History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scotland. Edinb. 1734. folio, vol. i. pp. 858.

Poetarum Scotorum Musas sacra. Edinb. 1739, 8vo. 2 vols. Edited by Wm. Lauder. Drury, 3322, 10s. 6d.

The Scots Magazine from its Commencement in 1739 to its Termination in 1817. 8vo. 75 volumes. Roxburghe, Suppl. 612, from 1739 to 1803, 65 vols. 38/. 17s. For Continuation, see Edinburgh.

A Catalogue of the Library of the Faculty of Advocates at Edinburgh. Edinb. 1742, 76, 87, 1807. folio, 3 vols, in 4. Roxburghe, 704, vols. 1, 2, and Appendix, 21. 3s. The first volume of this catalogue was commenced in 1735, under the care of the learned Thomas Ruddiman and Walter Goodall; the second, consisting of later acquisitions, was compiled by Mr. Alexander Brown; this followed by a third volume in 1807.

Letters from a Scots' Gentleman at Berwick, to his intimate Friend at Newcastle, concerning the Rebellion. Newcastle, 1745. Brockett, 2788, 16s.

Letter from a'Gentleman at Newcastle to the Burgesses of Edinburgh, relative to the Rebellion. 1745. 4to. Brockett, 2789,in.

Remarks on the People and Government of Scotland, particularly the Highlands. Edinb. 1747. 4to. 5s.

A new and full, critical, biographical, and geographical History of Scotland. London, 1749. folio.

A Voyage to Shetland, the Orkneys, and the Western Isles of Scotland, &C. &C. Lond. 1751. 8vo. 2s. Of little merit.

Memoirs,concerning the ancient Alliance between the French and Scots, and the Privileges of the Scots in France. Edinb. 1751. 8vo.

Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland, to his Friend in London, containing the Description of a capital Town in that Northern Country: with an Account of some uncommon Customs of the Inhabitants; likewise an Account of the Highlands, with the Customs and Manners of the Highlanders: to which is added, a Letter relating to the military Ways among the Mountains, begun in the Year 1726. London, 1754. Svo. 2 vols." An extremely interesting and curious work written by — Hurt, an engineer, and illustrated with cuts. Heath, 4735, 19s. Willett, 2220, 16s. Roxburghe, 8788, 17. 5s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1127, 21. 4s. — 1757. 8vo. 2 vols.

— 1759. 8vo. 2 vols. Nassau, pt. i. 1979,17s.

— 1815. Svo. 2 vols. — With an Introduclion and Notes by R. Jamieson, and the History of Donald the Hammerer. Lond. 1818. Svo. 2 vols.

A Catalogue of the Bishops of Scotland.

1755. See Keith, Robert. Abridgment or Summary of the Chronicles

of Scotland, altered and enlarged. Edinb.

1756. 12mo. 3s. — Glasg. 1701. 12mo. 3s. Fragments of Ancient Poetry, Collected in

the Highlands of Scotland,and translated from the Galic or Erse Language. Edinb. 1760. 12mo. 4s. Published by James Macpherson. Reprinted in the second volume of Dodsley's Fugitive Pieces.

Histoire des Revolutions d'Ecosse et d'lrlandc. Dublin, 1761.

A political and satirical History, 1762, &c. See Bute, John Stuart, Earl of.

The Scots Compendium, or Rudiments of Honour. London, 1764. 12mo.

The History of the Feuds and Conflicts among the Clans in the Northern Parts of Scotland and in the Western Isles, from the Year 1031 to 1619. Glasgow, 1764. 12mo. Hibbert, 3864, 4s. 6d. Brockett, 1227, 5s. — Glasgow, 1780. 12mo.

Cloud of Witnesses for the royal Prerogatives of Jesus Christ, or the late Speeches and Testimonies of those who have suffered for the Truth in Scotland since 1680. Edinb. 1765. 8vo.

A choice Collection of Scots Poems, antient and modern, selected chiefly from the Labours of the most ingenious Writers in this Kingdom during the two last Centuries. Edinb. 1766. Nassau, pt. i. 684,16s. Constable, 913, morocco, 1 /. 3s.

The Peerage of Scotland. London for J. Almon, 1767. 8vo. pp. 337. The plates contain 96 engraved coats of arms. Roxburghe, 8795, 5s. 6d.

Canons of the Church of Scotland. 1769. See Hailes, Sir D. Dalrymple, Lord.

An Introduction to the History and Antiquities of Scotland. Lond. 1769. Svo. See Goodall, Walter.

Accounts of the Chamberlain of Scotland, in 1329, 1330, and 1331. 1771. 4lo.

A Specimen of the Scots Review. Edinb. 1774. 8vo. A clever jeu d'esprit, consisting of 30 pages, without printer or publisher's name.

A Collection of Scottish Songs, &c. 1776. Sec Herd, David.

Letters from Edinburgh. 1776. See TopHam, Edward.

A Journey to the Highlands of Scotland, with occasional Remarks on Dr. Johnson's Tour. By a Lady. London, 1777. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

Present State of Husbandry in Scotland, extracted from Reports made to the Commissioners of the annexed Estates, and published by their Authority. Edinb. 1778-84. 8vo. 6 vols.

Report on the Events and Circumstances which produced the Union of the Kingdoms of England and Scotland. 1779.8vo. Printed from documents in the State Paper Office.

Translations and Paraphrases of several Passages of sacred Scripture, prepared by a Committee of the general Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Edinb. 1781. 12mo. In a late catalogue was a copy with the following note in the hand-writing of Dr. Hugh Blair. 'This was the copy first prepared, but was afterwards corrected, and is different from that which has the authority of the Assembly.'

Scottish Tragic Ballads. 1781. See


Select Scottish Ballads. 1783. See Pin Kerton, John.

A select Collection of Scots Poems. Edinb.

1785. 12mo. Bindley, pt. ii. 444, 3s. 6d. Roxburghe, 3200, 8s.

Ancient Scotish Poems. 1786. See Pinkerton, John.

Scotland's Glory and her Shame. Printed

1786. 12mo.

A Tour in 1787, from London to the Western Highlands of Scotland: including Excursions to the Lakes of Westmorland and Cumberland; with minute Descriptions of the principal Seats, Castles, Ruins, &c. throughout the Tour. Lond. 1788. 12mo. 3s. 6d.

Vitae antlquas Sanctorum. 1789. See


A select Collection of favourite Scottish Ballads. 1790. 12mo. 6 vols. A neat compilation from Ramsay, Herd, Percy, Pinkerton, &c. published by R. Morison and Son of Perth.

Scotland delineated. Edinb. 1791. 12mo. 3s. 6d.

Ancient and modern Scottish Songs, heroic Ballads. Edinb. 1791. 2 vols. Merely a republication of Herd's collection of Ballads, with additions from Pinkerton. Roxburghe, 3203, 8s. 6d.

Tracts concerning the Peerage of Scotland. Edinb. 1791. 4to. Brockett, 3113, 6s. fid. Roxburghe, 8797, 10s.

Transactions of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland. Edinb. 1792-1828. 4to. vol. i. publ. in 1792; vol. ii. in two parts, 1818 and 1823 ; vol. Hi. pt. i. 1828.

Scotish Songs. 1794. See Ritsox, Joseph.

Fragments of Scottish History. Edinb. 1798. 4to. Hibbert, 7324, 1 Is. 6d.

Prize Essays and Transactions of the Highland Society of Scotland. To which is prefixed an Account of the Institution and principal Proceedings of the Society, by Henry Mackenzie, Esq. Edinb. 1799, &c. 8vo. 3 vols.

Scottish Poems of the sixteenth Century. Edinb. 1801. 12nio. 2 vols. Published by J. G. Dalyell. Boswell, 2527, 7s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 473, 7s. 6d. Hibbert, 7231, 7s. — Another Edition. 1801. royal 8vo. in 1 vol. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 322, 1 Is. Roxburghe,3206 (vide catalogue, note, p. 66), If.

Scotish descriptive Poems, with Illustrations. Edinb. 1803. 12mo. 3s. 6d. 'An injudicious collection.'—Irving.

A Catalogue of the Library of the Writers to his Majesty's Signet. Edinb. 1805-20. 4to. 2 pts.

Annual Reports of the Deputy Clerk Register of Scotland, from 1807 to 1821. Edinb. 1807-21. folio. 13 pts.

A Collection of Inventories and other Records of the Royal Wardrobe and Jewel House, and of the Artillery and Munitioun in some of the royal Castles, Mcccclxxxviii Mdcvi. Edinb. 1815. 4ro. One hundred copies printed, edited by Thomas Thomson. Bindley, pt. ii. 2123, 21. 2s.

Inventary of Worke done for the State by his Majestie's Printer in Scotland, Dec. 1642—Oct. 1647. Edinb. 1815.4to. Edited by Thomas Thomson. Boswell, 3087, 5s.

Sketch of a Tour in the Highlands of Scotland, with some Account of the Caledonian Canal. London, 1819. 8vo.

Miscellanea Scottica: a Collection of Tracts relating to the History, Topography and Literature of Scotland. Ulasg. 1820.

8VO. 4 vols. It 4S. LARGE PAPER. Con

stable, 896, It 19s. Brockett, 2119, 9t N.

The Steam-boat Companion and Stranger's Guide to the Western Islands and Highlands of Scotland. Glasgow, 1820. 8vo.

Lives of eminent Scotsmen. Lond. 1821. 12mo. 4 pts.

An Account of the principal Pleasure Tours in Scotland. Edinb. 1821. 12mo. With a frontispiece and maps.

National Songs of Scotland. Lond. 1823. ISmo. pp.380.

Select Remains of the ancient popular Poetry of Scotland. Edinb. 1822. 4to.

The popular Superstitions and festive Amusements of the Highlanders of Scotland. Edinb. 1823. 12mo.

Remarks on the Administration of Criminal Justice in Scotland, and the Changes proposed to be introduced into it. By a Member of the Faculty of Advocates. Edinburgh, 1825. An elaborate and valuable performance.

A Summer Ramble in the North Highlands. Edinb. 1825. 12mo.

Excerpts Scotica. Edinb. 1825. 8vo. 9s. Privately printed for presents.

The Scots Compendium; or, Pocket Peerage of Scotland, including the dormant, attainted, and extinct Titles, and their Descent, Marriage, Issue, &c. Edinburgh, 1826. 12mo. 2 vols, with engravings.

Scotia rediviva: a Collection of Tracts illustrative of the History and Antiquities of Scotland. Edinb. 1826. 8vo. vol. i. 2 pts.

History of the Scottish Wars, from the Battle of the Grampian Hills in 85, to that of Culloden in 1746. Edinb. 1825. 12mo.

Two Letters of Scottish Affairs, from Edward Bradwardine Waverley, Esq. to Malachi Malagrowther, Esq. Lond. 1826. 8vo.

TheScottish Touristand Itinerary. Edinb. 1827. 12mo.

Ancient Scottish Ballads, recovered from Tradition, and never before published, with Notes, explanatory and historical, and Appendix containing the Airs of several of the Ballads, engraved on Copper. Edited by G. R. Kinloch. Edinb. 1827. 8vo. 7s. 6d.

Papers relative to the Regalia of Scotland. Edinb. 1829. 4to.

See Agricultural Surveys. Edinburgh. Statutes.

Scott, Alexander. Poems from a MS. written in 15 08, edited by D. Laing. Edinb. 1821. 5s.

This poet was stiled by Pinkerton the Anacreon of ancient Scotch poetry.

— Alex. Collection of English Songs, with an Appendix of original Pieces. Lond. 17R0. 8vo.

— Daniel. Appendix ad Thesaurum Linguae Graecae H. Stephani et ad Lexica Constantini et Scapulas. Lond. 1745-6. folio. 2 vols.

A very limited impression of this work was printed.

— David, The History of Scotland from the Year of the World 3611) to the Year of Christ 1720. Westminster, 1727 or 8. folio.

In little estimation. Roxburghe, 8703, 10a. Large Paper. Dent, pt. ii. 1263, 31. 6s. Heath, 4715, morocco, 3/. ts. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 572, morocco, 42. 4s. Largest PAPER. Willett, 2325, russia, 71. 17s. 6d. Collation.—Pp. 767, and index, also dedication to James Duke of Hamilton, preface and list of subscribers, with a map by H. Moll, and a plate of the arms of Scotland.

— Edmund. An exact Discourse of the East Indians as well Chyneses and Iauans. London by W. W. for Walker Burre, 1600. 4to.

A to N, in fours, including the title and dedication to ' Sir William Romney, Knight, Alderman of London,' &e. A copy is in the British Museum. The following is the title. 'An exact Discovrse of the Subtilties, Fashishious, Pollicies, Religion, and Ceremonies of the East Indians, as well Chyneses as Iauans, thereabydingand dweliug. Together with the Manner of trading with those People, as well by vs English, as by the Hoilanders: as also what hath happened to the English Nation at Raman in the East Indies, since the 2. of February 1602. vntill the 6. of October 1605. Whereunto is added a briefe Description of Iaua Maior. Written by Edmund Scott, Resident there, and in other Places neere adioying, the Space of three Yeeres and a halfc'

Scott, George, of Pitlochie. The Model of the Government of the Province of East-New-Jersey in America. Edinb. 1G85. small 8vo.

Inglis, 1297, 11. lis. fid. A copy is in the British Museum.

— Gregory. A briefe Treatise agaynst certayne Errors of the Romish Church, very plainly, notably and pleasantly confuting the same by Scriptures and auncient Writers: compiled 1570. London, by John Awdeley, 1574. 16mo

A poem, consisting of 31 pages. Inglis, 1296,3/. ISs. Bindley, pt. iii. 1134,5/. 2s. 6d. See Brydges' Restitu'ta, iii. 490-3.

— John. In Regis Iacobi sexti e Scotia sua Decessum Hopoeporicon, per loannem Scotvm Adolescentem; adjecta insuper D. Ioannis Scoti, a Scottistarvet, Patruelis Schediasmata miscellanea. Edinb. exevd. Andreas Hart, 1019. 4to.

Forty pages, dedicated ' D. Thomse Hammiltono, Domino de Binning.' A copy is in the British Museum.

— Sir John, of Scotstarvit. The swaggering State of the Scots Statesmen from 1550 to 1650. Edinb. 1754. Svo.

Edited by Walter Goodall. Bindley, pt. iii. 702, 6s. Inglis, 1298, 7s. Roxburghe, 8810, 12s.

— John, D. D. The Works. Lond. 1719. folio. 2 vols. 18s.

With portrait by Vander Guest. — Oxford, 1826. 8vo. 6 vols. 2/. 2s.

The Christian Life in three Parts. Lond. 1757. 8vo. 5 vols. Best edition. Bishop of Ely, 862, 2/. 2s. Earl of Kerry, 487, 3/. 3s. Williams, 1575, 3/. 14s. The first edition of this esteemed work appeared in 16S1, 8.C. and has been frequently reprinted.

A notice of Dr. Scott will be found in Wood's Athen. Oxon.

— John, D.D. Notes and Observations upon the three first Chapters of Genesis. London, 1753. Svo. 6s.

This work ' is Hutchinsonian to the very core.'—Ormc.

The holy Scriptural Doctrine of the Trinity. Lond. 1754. 8vo. 3s. 6d.

— John, of Amwell. The poetical Works. Lond. 1782. Svo.

In the title-page is a small oval portrait of the bard of Amwell by J. Hall, and other engravings by Bartolozzi, Sharpe, and Woollett. Reed, 7633, 8s. Bindley, pt. iii. C67, 8s. Fonthill, 1587, 1/. Is.

Critical Essays on the English Poets, with an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author by John Hoole. Lond. 17 85. Svo. 5s. Bindley, pt. iii. 712, 7s.

— John. A Visit to Paris in 1814; being a Review of the French Capital. London, 181G. Svo.

Fourth edition corrected and with a new preface referring to late events. Dniry, 752, 8s.

Paris revisited in 1815, by Way of Brussels: including a Walk over the Field of Battle at Waterloo. London, 1816. Svo.

Picturesque Views of the City of Paris and its Environs. The original Drawings by Mr. Frederick Nash, the literary Department by Mr. John Scott, and M. P. B. de la Brossiere (in English and French). Lond. 1820-3. 4to. 2 vols.

Sketches of Manners, Scenery, 8cc. in the French Provinces, Switzerland and Italy: with an Essay on French Literature. Load, 1821. 8vo.

— John, M. A. An Inquiry into the Effect of Baptism according to the Sense of the Holy Scripture and of the Church of England. London, 1815. 8vo.

In answer to Mant's two tracts on regeneration and conversion.

— John, of Hull. The History of the Church of Christ, particularly in its Lutheran Branch, from the Diet of Augsburg, A.D. 1530, to the Death of Luther, A. D. 1546. London, 1826. 8vo. 12s.

— Jonathan, LL. D. Ferishta's History of Dekkan from the first Mahummedan Conquests, with a Continuation to the present Day: and the History of Bengal from the Accession of Aliverdee Khan to the Year 1780, by Jonathan Scott. Shrewsbury, 1794. 4to. 2 vols.

Fo'nthiU, 1760, 2/. 4s.

A translation of the Memoirs of Eradnt Khan, IE Nobleman of Hindustan, by Jonathan Scott. Lond. 1786,4to- Foothill, 1794,8s.

Baliar-Danush: or, Garden of Knowledge,

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