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Cominerciale : or, Memoirs of Wool, &c. London, 1747. 8vo. 2 vols.

An invaluable and erudite work. Marq. of Townsliend, 2939, IN. Willett, 2251, U Is. — 1756, 7. 4to. 2 vols. Reed, 1555, 11.13s.

— John. The Printer's Grammar. London, 1755. 8vo. 5s.

The principal parts of this work are inserted in Stower's Printer's Grammar. An abridgment was published in 1787. 8vo.

— John, M. D. Choir Gaur, the Grand Orrery of the ancient Druids, commonly called Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, astronomically explained, and mathematically proved to be a Temple erected in the earliest Ages, for observing the Motions of the Heavenly Bodies. Salisbury, 1771. 4to.

Brockett, 2856, lis. Hibbert, 7526, illustrated with plates, ll. b. Dent, pt. ii. 1041, morocco, ll. 8s.—Collation. Pp. vi & 74, with three folded plans of Stonehenge by Palmer, also two views of Stonehenge engraved by H. Roberts. These latter were not published with the volume.

— Rev. John. Galic Antiquities, consisting of a History of the Druids, particularly of those of Caledonia; a Dissertation on the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian; and a Collection of Ancient Poems, translated from the Gaelic of Ullin, Ossian, Orran, &c. Edinb. 1780. 4to.

Hibbert, 7528, 3s. 6d. Towneley, pt. ii. 1430, 9s.

— John, of Cambleton, D. D. A summary View and Explanation of the Writings of the Prophets. Edinb. 1787. 12mo.

A judicious abstract of all that is valuable in the writings of Bishop Lowth, Abp. Newcome, Bishop Newton, and Drs, Kennicott and Blayney; it was originally compiled to accompany a Gaelic version of the Prophets, and was subsequently translated into English by the author himself. — Camb. 1804.8vo.

View of the last Judgment. Edinb. 1783. 8vo. 4s. Williams, 1629, 10s. 6d.

Lectures on the Nature and End of the Sacred Office and on the Dignity, Duty, Qualifications and Character of the Sacred Order. Glasgow, 1798. 8vo. 5s.

— John, D. D. The Life of St. Columba, the Apostle and Patron

Saint of the Ancient Scots and Picts, and joint Patron of the Irish; commonly called Column-Kille, the Apostle of the Highlands. By John Smith, D. D. Edinb. 1798. 8vo. 5s. Fonthill, 1590, 16s.

Letter to the Rev. Dr. Smith, containing a few strictures on his Life of St. Columba. By Alexander Cameron. Edinb. 1798. 8vo.

— John. Select Views in Italy, with Descriptions in English and French. 1792-6. oblong 4to. or fol. 2 vols.

Gough, 3398, 5/. 15s. 6d. Duke of York, 4931, morocco, 51. 15s. fid. Hibbert, 7527, morocco, 11. 10s. Dent, pt. ii. 1282, morocco, 7/. 10s. Edwards, 502, morocco, 01. 10s., 503, with proofs and many etchings, morocco, 13/. White Knights, 3971, morocco, 111. Baker, 813, with proofs and etchings, 13?. Fonthill, 1885, with a triple set of plates, &c. 30/. 9s.

— John Prince. Reports of Cases argued in the King's Bench and in the Court of Chancery, in the 44th, 45th, and 46th Years of Geo. III. Lond. 1804-7.8vo. 3 vols.H.lls.Od.

The above reports contain many cases not to be found in any other reporter.

— John Pye, D. D. The Scripture Testimony to the Messiah: an Inquiry, with a View to a satisfactory Determination of the Doctrine taught in the Holy Scriptures concerning the Person of Christ, London, 1818-21. 8vo. 3 vols. 2l.?.s.

This work, written by the theological tutor of the dissenting academy at Homcrton, contains, says Mr. Orme, * a treasure of Christian instruction with which no Christian minister ought to dispense.'

— John Thomas. Antiquities of Westminster, &c. London, 1807, (1809). royal 4to. 2 vols.

Duke of York, 4933, 41. 14s. 6d. Fonthill, 1724, 91. 19s. 6d. Dent, pt. ii. 1043, with many of the original coloured drawings, the stone plates, and original title-page, russia, 18/. MU.

Antiquities of London and its Environs. London (1791-1800). 4to. This volume consists of 96 plates. Dent, pt. ii. 1042,1/. 8s. Itoxburghe, 8636, 21. 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 2552, 1/. 13s. Folio. Fonthill, 1911,3/. 3s. 'Fifty copies of these plates, after having been four times retouched, were issued by the last possessor in a folio size, as proof impressions, for the purpose of illustration.'

Remarks on Rural Scenery with twenty Etchings of Cottages from Nature &c. Lond. 1797. 4to. Bindley, pt. Hi, 2005,5s. Fonthill, 1364, IL

Antiquities of Westminster; &c. London, 1807. Collation.—Half title and title; dedication to K. George III. signed John Thomas Smith: advertisement; preface, pp. iii-xv; list of plates, one leaf; the work and list of subscribers, pp. 1-27G. A plate at p. 48, 'Internal View of the Painted Chamber/ engraved on stone, is frequently wanting. The plate at p. 50 is a copy of it, with the addition of two figures, the draughtsman and his friend. Some few copies have a titlepage on which the name of John Sidney Hawkins appears, a dedication io George m. signed 'The Author,' also duplicate pages 251,2,3,4. On pages 252 and 254 will be found the name of Mr. Hawkins.

A correct Statement and Vindication of the Conduct of John Sidney Hawkins, Esq. F. A.S. towards Mr. John Thomas Smith. Drawn up and published by Mr. Hawkins himself. London, 1807. 8vo. pp. 87, with a separate leaf prefixed.

A Reply to Mr. John Thomas Smith's Vindication. By John Sidney Hawkins, Esq. F.A.S. London, 1808. 8vo. pp. vi & 79.

Sixty-two additional Plates to Smith's Antiquities of Westminster. London (1809). royal 4to. Immediately after the plates will be found Mr. John Thomas Smith's Vindication, 16 pages.

Ancient Topography of London. London, 1815. imperial 4to. Fonthill, 591, 17.15s. Strettell, 1461, 3/. lis. Bindley, pt. iii. 1S40, 4/. 4s. The volume consists of 32 plates, not including the engraved title-page, dated 1810, also a printed one, a preface, and the letter-press description, B to M, 84 pages.

Vagabondiana; or, Etchings of remarkable Beggars, itinerant Traders, and other Persons of Notoriety in London and its Environs, with an Introduction by Francis Douce. London, 1815-17. 4to. Bindley, pt. iii. 1841, 21. 9s. Strettell, 1462, tl. 5s.

Northcote and his Times, by John Thomas Smith. 8vo. 2 vols.

Smith, Matthew. Memoirs of secret Service. By Matthew Smith. London, 1699. 8vo.

Pp. xviii & 160; A character of R. F. &tc. pp. 24.

Remarks upon the D— of S—'s Letter to the House of Lords, concerning Captain Smyth. By Matthew Smyth. London, 1700. 8vo. pp. xvi & 31.

A modest Answer to Capt. Smith's immodest Memoirs of secret Service. By Rich. Kingston. London, 1700. 8vo.

A Reply to a Libel entitled A modest Answer to Capt. Smyth's immodest Memoirs of secret Service; and of his Remarks on the D. of S.'s Letter. Lond. 1700. 8vo.

Impudence, Lying and Forgery detected in a Rejoinder to Smith's Reply. By Rich. Kingston. London, 1700. 8vo.

— Miles, Bishop of Gloucester. Sermons (15). London, 1632. fol.

This prelate was one of those appointed to translate the Holy Scriptures by K.James I.

— Nic. Defence against Dr. Kellison on Ecclesiastical Hierarchy. Rouen, 1630. 12mo.

— Richard, D. D. The Assertion and Defence of the Sacramente. by Mayster Richard Smythe Doctoure of Diuinitie. London by Ihon Herforde, 1546. 16mo.

Black letter. White Knights, 3871, morocco, 1/. 10s.

A Defence of the Sacrifice of the M««. London by John Herforde, 1546. 16tno. Black letter, fol. C.Ixxxix, with dedication to K. Henry VIII. White Knights, 3870, 19*.

A brief Treatyse settynge forth divers Truthcs necessary both to be belieued of Chrysten People & kepte also, which are nut expressed in the Scripture but left to ye Church by the Apostles Tradition. London by Thomas Petit 1547. 16mo. Black letter. White Knights, 3872, morocco, 1/. 10s.

A playne Declaration made at Oxforde the 24 Days of July by Mayster Kicharde Smyth, Doctor in Diuinitie, vpon hys Retractation made & published at Paules Crosse in London, Jn the Yeare of our Lorde Lorde God, M.D.xlvij. the xv Daye of Maie. Lond. by Reynolde Wolfe. 8vo. Contains 22 leaves. Reprinted in Beacon's Works, iii. 271, a. — Another edition. Lond. by Reg. or Joan Wolfe, n. d. 4to. A work, entitled ' An Answere against the false Calumnies of Dr. Richard Smith,' printed without date by Reginald or Joan Wolfe, is mentioned in Ames' Typog. Antiq. by Dibdin, iv. 36.

A Boucher of the Catholike Fayth «f Christes Church conteynyng diueri butter, now of late called into Controuersy by the newe Gospellers. London by R. ToUel. 8v». fol. 80, dedicated to Quene Mary.

The seconde Parte of the Iiooke called a Bueklar of the Catholyke Fayeth, conteyninge seuen Chapiters. London by Rod. Caly, 1555. 8vo. L 4, in eights.

Notices of Smith, 'the greatest pillar for the Roman catholic cause in his time,' will be found in Wood's Athen. Oxon. and Slrype's Eccles. Memor.

— Richard, Bishop of Chalcedon,

in Greece. Florum Historic Ecclesiasticae Gentis Anglorum Libri VIII. Paris. 1654. fol. 11. 5s.

'An undigested heap of materials in which the author quotes the reformed writers as well as those of his own persuasion.'—NicoltoM. Large Paper. Heath, 4505, 21. N.

The prudentiall Balance of Religion. 1609. Svo. 5s.

Vita iliustrissims ac piisMmos Dominoc Magdalense Montis-Acuti in Anglii ViceComitissas. Rome, 1609. 12mo. pp.83. A notice of this work will be found in the Retrospective Review, N. S. i. 407-15.

De Auctore et Essentia Protestanicae Ecclesise et Religionis Lib. II. Paris. 1609. 8vo.

Collatio Doctrina Catholicorum ac Protestantium cum expressis S. Scripture Verbis duobus LibrU comprehensa. Paris. 1622. 4to.

Epistola historica de mutuis Officii» inter Sedem Apostolicam Magna; Britannia; Reges Christianos Anglice olim scripta ad Regem Jacobum per Ric. Smytheum, nunc Episcopum Chalcedonensem, Latine versa per Ricardum Lascelles. Colonise, 1637. 12mo. Dedicated to K. Charles [.

Monita qiuedam utilia pro Sacerdotibus Seminaristis Missionariis Anglise. Paris. 1647. 12mo.

A notice of Smith will be found in Wood's Athens Oxonienses.

— Robert, D. D. A compleat System of Opticks. Cambridge, 1738. 4to. 2 vols.

Hibbert, 7530, 1 Is. LARGE PAPER. Willett, 2284, 21 14s.

Harmonics, or the Philosophy of Musical Sounds. Cambr. 1749. 8vo. 4s. Large Paper. Hibbert, 7441. 5s. —Second Edition. 1759. 8vo. T- With a Postscript upon the changeable Harpsichord. Lond. 1762. 8vo.

A Postscript to Dr. Smith's Harmonics. Lond. 1762. 8vo.

The elementary Parts of Dr. Smith's System of Optics, selected and arranged for the Use of Students at the Universities, with Notes, &c. Lond. 1778. 4to.

Supplement a 1' Optiuue de Smith (par Duval le Roy). Brest, 1783. 4to. pp. 189, with plates.

— Simon. A true Narrative of the Royall Fishings of Great Brittaine and Ireland, instituted Anno 1632, and prosecuted by the right honourable Philip, Earle of Pernbrook and Montgomery, and his Associates, untill 164-0, from the

River of Thames, &c, &c, Lond. 1641. 4to.

— Sydney, M. A. Letters on the Catholics from Peter Plymley to his Brother Abraham. London, 1808. 8vo.

The reputed author of these letters is the Rev. Sydney Smith. Drury, 3916, tr.

Sermons. London, 1809. Svo. 2vols. 18s.

— Sir Thomas, Knt. De R8publica Anglorum: the Maner of Government or Policies of the Realme of England. London by Henrie Midleton, 1583. 4to.

Sixty-two leaves. In the later editions, alterations and additions have been made. Bindley, pt. iii. 2017, 5s. — 1584. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1123, 5s. — 1589. 4to. — 1594. 4to. Boswell, 2369, 5s. White Knights, 3970, 9s. Bindley, pt. iii. 2019, 3s. 6d. — 1612. 4to. — 1621. 4to. — 1628. 4to. — 1635. 12mo. with front, by Marshall. Nassau, pt. ii. 491, 6s. —1C40. I2mo. —Latine. Lug. Bat. apud EIz. 1625. 24mo. — Lug. Bat. ex Oflic. Elzev. 1630. 24mo. — Lug. Bat. apud EIz. 1641. 24mo. 3s.

De recta & emendata Linguae Grsecas Pronuntiatione. Lut. apud R. Steph. 1568. 4to.

De recta ct emendata Linguae Anglicanse Scriptione Dialogus. Lutet. 1568.4to. Hibbert, 7531, 3s.

Life. See Strype, John.

— Sir Thomas, Knt. Sir Thomas Smithes Voiage and Entertainment in Russia, with the tragicall Ends of two Emperors, and one Erapresse, within one Month during his being there: and the miraculous Preseruation of the now raigning Emperor, esteemed dead for 18 Yeares. London for Nathanyell Butter, 1605. Mo.

Forty-seven leaves, viz. A and B, two leaves, C to M, in fours, N, misprinted M, 3 leaves. Bindley, pt. iii. 1867, 3/. 4s. Jadis, 222, russia, 71. 17s. 6d.

The Offer and Order giuen forth by Sir Thomas Smyth Knight and Tho. Smyth his Sonne, vnto such as be willing to accompany the sayde Tho. Smyth the Sonne, in his Voyage for inhabiting some Partes of the North of Ireland, the first Payment to begin four Years hence, 1576. London by H. Bynneman. A broadside and sixteens. Signed by Tho. Smyth's own hand. See Camden's Elizabeth, p. 190, and Gough's Brit. Topog.

ii. 791.

Smith, Thomas, of Barwickeupon-Tweed. The Art of Gunnery, wherein is set forth a Number of serviceable Secrets and practical! Conclusions. London, 1600. Ito. Gonlonstoun, 2124, 6s.

The complete Souldier, containing the whole Art of Gvnnery, with certaine new and rare Additions concerning Fireworks. The second Edition, newly perused and amended. London, 162S. 4to.—Collation. General title-page, one leaf, the work commencing with a title 'The Art of Gunnery,' date 1600, sign. A to O. 2, in fours, opposite p. 58 is a folded scale. 'Certain Additions,' the title of which is dated 1627, A to K 2, in fours. — Lond. 1643. 4to. Gordonstoun, 2125, 3s.

— Thomas, D. D. Diatriba de Chaldaicis Paraphrastis, eorumque Versionibus ex utraque Talmude & Scriptis Rabbinorum concinnata. Oxon. 1662. 8vo.

The work of an excellent oriental scholar.

Remarks upon the Manners, Religion and Government of the Turks, together with a Survey of the seven Churches of Asia, as they now lye in their Ruins, and a brief Description of Constantinople. London, 1078. 8vo. 4s.

Miscellanea. Lond. 1686, 92. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s.

Catalogus Librorum mss. Bibliothecae Cottonianie: cui prsemittuntur Vita R. Cottot.i Bar. et Bibliotheca; Cottoniana! Historia. Oxon. 1696. fol. 7s. A work of' exceeding great use.'—Nicolson. It forms a part of the 'Catalogi Librorum MSS. Angie et Hibernian,' published at Oxford in 1697, in lol.

Vitae quorundam eruditissiinorum et illustrium Virorum. Lond. 1707. 4to. Bindley, pt.iii. 2056», M. 6d.

A notice of Smith and of his works will be found in Wood's Athena Oxoniensts.

— Thomas. Every Man his own Fisherman. London. 24mo.

— Thomas, of Derby. Four Views of the Lakes in Cumberland, painted and engraved by Thomas Smith of Derby. Published by John Boydtll in 1767.

Size 21} inches by 15).

— T. The History and Origin of the Missionary Societies. Lond. 1824-5. 8vo. 2 vols.

— Walter. The Wvdow Edyth.

Twelue merry Gestys of one callyd Edyth the lyeng Wydow. London by J. Rastell, 1525. fol.

A copy was in the Harlcian Library, Cat, vol. iii. no. 3508. A description in English rhimes of the frauds practised by a female sharper in the neighbourhood of London.

XII mery Jests of Wyddow Edyth. London by Rycharde lohnes, 1573. 4to. Ste vens, 849, 41. 14s. fid. Roxburghe, 3320, 15/. Ms. Perry, pt. ii. 362, 16t Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1007, 16/. 16s. White Knights, pt. i. 1522, 22/. ls.

— William. Chloris, or the Complaint of the passionate despised Shepheard. By William Smith, London by Edm. Bollifant, 1596. 4to.

Pp. S3. This publication consists of 50 sonnets, and is inscribed to Collin Cloute, i.e. Edmund Spenser, who appears to have been instrumental in promoting the publication, and to have become a voluntary patron of the author. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 68S, 251 resold Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 418, 291

— William. The Nectar of Germanie, or the Palsgrave Prime Elector, a new Play, an honourable History. London, 1615. 4to.

Roxburghe, 5881, 15s. Rhodes, 2J65, It 2s. Inglis' Old Plays, 112, U. 10s.

— William. See Kino, Daniel.

— William. De Urbis Londini Incendio Elegia; accedit etiam ad eandem Urbem et ad Britanniain Carmen heroicum. Lond. 1667. 4to.

— William. The Annals of University College, proving William of Durham the true Founder; and answering all their Arguments who ascribe it to King Alfred. Newcastle upon Tyne, 1728. 8vo. 5s.

Nassau, pt. ii. 493, 8s. Pp. 408, including the dedication, preface, errata and supplement to the preface. Written to pro'? that the college was founded with money left to the University by William of Durham, wb» died in 1249.

Liters de Re Nummaria, in Opposition to the common Opinion that the Deaarii Romani were never larger than seven in so Ounce: with Remarks on Dr. Arbutbnot'i •Book and Tables, 8tc. Newc. upon Tyne. 1729. 8vo. 4s.

— William, M.D. A new Voyage to Guinea. London, 1741. S\o.

A work containing much information in a small compass. Heath, 2708, 6s. Fonthiil, 2840, 18s.

A natural History of Nevis, and the rest of the English Leeward and Charibbee Islands, with Observations on Art and Nature. Carnb. 1745. 8vo. Willett, 22J2, 3s. Cd. Bindley, pt. iii. 697, 3s. fid.

— Wm. A. M. The History of the Province of New York to the Year 1732. Lond. 1757. 4to.

Willett, 2285, lis. Fonthiil, 355,11. 4s. — 1776, 8vo. 5s.

— W. Hawkes. An Outline of Architecture Grecian, Roman and Gothic. Birm. 1816. 4to.

Smith.—A Treatyse of the Smyth whych that forged hym a new Dame, in two Fyttes. Imprinted in Lothburi over agaynst Sainct Margarites Church by Wyllyam Copland. Iio.

Ten leaves. A copy is in the Bodleian Library.

Smithurst, Benjamin. Britain's Glory, and England's Bravery: to which is added a Continuation of the Historian's Guide from Nov, 1687 to June 1689. London, 1689. 12mo. 3s.

A valuable little work, consisting of pages 8, 172 and 17.

Smoakers.—A Looking-Glass for Smoakers, a Poem. 1703. See Spoon Er, Lawr.

The Smoaking Age. See Brathwait, Rich.

Smollett, Tobias, M. D. Works, with Memoirs of his Life: to which is prefixed, a View of the Commencement and Progress of Romance, by J. Moore, M. D. London, 1797. 8vo. 8 vols.

Nassau, pt. ii. 498, 3/. 6s. Marq. of Townshend, 2941, 31. 7s. Drury, 3917, 41.'

The Adventures of Roderick Random. London, 1748. 12mo. 2 vols. First edition.

The History and Adventures of an Atom. London, 1749. 12mo. 2 vols. A key to this work, which exhibits, under fictitious characters, the conduct and dissensions of the several political parties, from 1754 to 1768, will be found in 'A second Journey round the Library of a Bibliomaniac;—by William Davis, 1325.'

The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle: in which are included, the Memoirs of a Lady of Quality. London, 1751. 12mo. 4 vols. First edition. Bindley, pt. iii. 671, 17s.

The History of a Lady of Quality, or the Adventures of Lady Frail. By an impartial Hand. London, 1751. 12mo.

A Parallel between the Characters of Lady Frail, and the Lady of Quality in Peregrine Pickle. In which the Facts alledged in both are stated and compared, the Character of the Heroine set in a true Light; the several other Characters examined. And some Observations added on the Nature and Tendency of these Kind of Writings. London, 1751. 8vo.

A Letter to Lady V occasioned by

the publication of her Memoirs, in the Adventures ol'Pcregrine Pickle. London, 1751. 8vo.

The History of a Woman of Quality, or Adventures of Lady Frail. London, 1751. 8vo. Willett, 2606, 3s.

Apology for the Conduct of a Lady lately traduced under the name of Lady FraiL London, 1751. Svo.

The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom. London, 1753. 12mo. 2 vols. First edition.

A compleat History of England, deduced from the descent of Julius Caesar to the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, 1748, containing the Transactions of one thousand eight hundred and three years. London, 1757. 4to. 4 vols. Garrick, 2134, 14a. — Second Edition, 11 vols. London, 1758-60. Continuation (1748-65). 5 vols. 1760-5. 8vo. 16 vols, with portraits, Sec. Dent, pt. ii. 523, 14 vols. 2/. 4s. Willett, 2254, 3/. 9s. It is stated that upwards of 10,000 copies of this history were sold, and Smollett is said to have cleared upwards of 20002. by it. It is now little read and less quoted.

The History of England from the Revolution to the Death of George II. designed as a Continuation of Hume. Svo. 5 vols. Numerous editions.

The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves. London, 1762. 12mo. 2 vols. First edition. Bindley, pt. iii. 674, 8s.

Travels through France and Italy; containing Observations on Character, Customs, Religion, Government, Police, Commerce, Arts and Antiquities, with a particular Description of the Town, Territory and Climate of Nice: to which is added, a Register of the Weather, kept during a Residence of eighteen Months in that City. London, 1766. Svo. 2 vols. Bindley, pt. iii. 671, 4s. 0d. Willett, 2255, 6s.

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker. London, 17—. 12mo. 2 vols. First edition.

Plays and Poems written by T. Smollett, M. D. with Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Author. London, 1777. 8vo. 4s. With

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