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Turkey, and a Meteorological Journal. London, 1803. 4to.

Pp. 600, with 22 plates. Hibbert, 8612, 16s. Duke of York, 5504, 19s. Gougb, 4036, 1Z. Is. Fonthill, 3073, 11. 3s.

Witty, John. An Essay towards a Vindication of the vulgar Exposition of the Mosiac History of the Fall of Man. Lond. 1705. 8vo.

Wivell, Abraham. Historical Account of all the Portraits of Shakspeare that have been generally considered the most genuine, &c. London, 1827. 8vo.

With a frontispiece of the monument at Stratford-upon-Avon, and six portraits. With Plates on India paper, fifty copies printed. rouo. Twenty-five copies printed.

An Account of A. Wivell's Portrait of Shakespeare from the Stratford Bust. London, 1S25. Svo. 2s.

Wix, Samuel. Scriptural Illustrations of the xxxix Articles, with a practical Comment on each Article. London, 1808. 8vo. 5s.

Woburn Abbey. See Bedford Marbles.

Wodenote, Theoph. Hermes theologus; or, new Descants upon old Records. London, 1649.12mo.

Nassau, pt. ii. 1275,4s. Williams, 1885, 1/.

Wodhull, Michael. Poems, London, 1772. Svo.

150 copies printed, with vignettes from designs by Sterne. Bindley, pt. iii. 2135, 2s. 6d. — London, 1804.8vo. with portrait of Wodhull. Hibbert, 8549, 2s. Bindley, pt. iii. 2136, 6s. Hollis, 1478, 10s. 6d.

Wodroephe, John. Marrow of the French Tongue. 1625. fol.

Bindley, pt. iv. 848, 17s. — Dort, 1623. folio.

Wodrow, Rev. Robert. History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the Restoration to the Revolution. Edinb. 1721-2. fol. 2 vols. 5/. 5s.

A faithful and authentic history. 'No historical facts are better ascertained than the accounts which are found in Wodrow.'— C. J. Fox. FINE PAPER. 61. Ms. 6d.

The Scottish Behometh dissected, in a Letter to Mr. Robert Wodrow, concerning the publishing of a History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, written by

a Friend of the Author. Edinb. 1722. folio. 7s. 6d.

Woods, Charles. Female Fortitude exemplified in the Narrative of the Seizure, Escape and Marriage of the Princess Clementina Sobiesky. London, 1722. 8vo.

Lloyd, 1255, 3s.

— William. An Essay on the proper Lessons appointed by the Liturgy of the Church of England to be read on Sundays and chief Festivals throughout the Year. London, 1754. Svo. 4 vols.

An excellent work. — London, 1764. 8vo. 4 vols. Williams, 1886, 2/, 13s. — Dublin, 1768. 8vo. 4 vols. W. lis. 6d- — The third Edition, with a Life of the Author, by the Rev. James Gatliff. London, ISIS. 8vo. 4 vols. 2/. 8s.

Wolcott, John, M.D. The Works of Peter Pindar, Esq. London, 1794—1801. 8vo. 5 vols.

With portrait of the Author. Foothill, 87, 2£ 10s.

Wolf, John Chr. The Life and Adventures of John Christopher Wolf, late principal Secretary of State at Jaffanapatnam, in Ceylon, together with a Description of that Island, translated from the Original German: to the whole is added, * short Description of the same Island, by Mr. Eschelskroon. London, 1785. 12mo. Ss. Cd. Fonthill, 2906, M.

Wolff, Ernst. En Dansk og Engelsk Ord-Bog. '.Saramenskrevrt af Ernst Wolf. London, 1779. 4to.

A valuable publication. Dent, pt. a. 1367, 8s. M. Steevens, 59, Ms. 6d.

— Jens. Sketches and Observations taken on a Tour through a Part of the South of Europe. London,

1801. 4to.

Fonthill, 305, 12s.

Sketches on a Tour to Copeohage* through Norway and Sweden. London, 1814. 4to.

Wollaston, Francis. A Specimen ofta general i Astronomical Catalogue," arranged in Zones of North-polar Distance, and adapted to January 1,1790. Lond. 1789. foL

A valuable work, of great use to astronomers.

Fasciculus Astronomicus, containing Observations of the Northern Circumpolar Region; together with some Account of the Instrument with which they were made: and a new Set of Tables, by which they were reduced to the mean Position for the beginning of January 1800; to which are added, a few other Papers and Precepts, which it was imagined might be acceptable to the practical Astronomer. Lond. 1800. 4 to.

A Portraiture of the Heavens, as they appear to the naked Eye; constructed for the Use of Students in Astronomy. Lond. 1811. fol. II. Is.

— William. The Religion of Nature delineated. The Seventh Edition, with a Preface and a Translation of the Notes into English. London, 1750. 8vo.

Best edition, with portrait of the author. Ten Thousand of this work were sold previous to 1738. — 1722. Of this, the first edition, a few copies only were printed for private use. — 172-1. 4to. — 1725. 4io. — 1726. 4to. with portrait. 3s. Large paper. Ss. — 1731. 4to. with portrait by Vertue. — 1738. 4lo. with portrait. Hibbert, 8614, 6s. Willett, 2647, 4s. Fine paper. — 1759. 8vo. with portrait. Bindley, pt. iii. 1927, 8s. 6d.

Wollebius, John. Christian Divinity abridged, translated by Alexander Ross. Lond. 1656, liiino.

With portrait. Bindley, pt. iii. 2214, 3s. 6.1. — 1650. 12.li... — 1657. 12.no.

Wolley, Edward, D. D. Loyalty amongst Rebels, the true Loyalist and Parallel betwixt Charles II. and Lewis IV. Lond. 1661. 8vo.

With portraits of Charles II. and Lewis IV., also a frontispiece. Nassau, pt. ii. 1276, 161. — 1662. sm. 8vo. with a frontispiece. Lloyd, 1256, 8s.

Yvollstonecraft, Mary. Posthumous Works of the Author of a Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Mary Wollstonecraft). 4 vols. Memoirs of her by William Godwin. 1 vol. London, 1798. sm. 8vo. 5 vols. 10s. 6d.

Wolseley, Sir Charles. The Case

Divorce and Re-marriage thereupon

discussed. London, 1673. 12mo.

Marquis of Townshend, 3387, 5t.

Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal of

England. Rudiments Grammatices

et Docendi Methodus, non tam Scholae Gypsuychianae per Thomam Cardinalem Ebor. institute quam omnibus aliis totius Angliae Scholis praescripta. (Basil.) 1539. sm. 8vo. Four leaves dedicated by the Cardinal 1 Prscceptoribus Gypsuicheana; Scholte.' Hibbert, 8552, 4/. Ms. 6d. — loan. Grapheus excudebat, impensis Arnoldi Birckmanni, Antwerp. 1534. sm. 8vo. — Ant. Martin Ceaser. 1535. sm. Mo. — 1536. sm. 8vo. — 1537. sm. 8vo. Bindley, pt. iii. 244, 41. 5s.

A true Description or rather a Parallel between Cardinall Wolsey, Archb. of York, and William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury. Printed in the Year 1641. 4to. Eight pages, reprinted in the fourth volume of the Harleian Miscellany, and in the fourth volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts.

See Cavendish, George. Fiddes, Richard. Galt, John. Grove, Joseph. Stoker, Thomas.

Woman.—Anonymous Treatises relating to the Female Sex.

The Deceyt of Women. London by W. Copland. 4to. A satyrical tract with rude wood-cuts, ending on the recto of K iii), in fours.

A new Comodye in Englysh, in Minere of an Entertude ryght elygant and full of craft, of Rhetoryk, wherein is shewd and dyscrybyd, as well the Bewte and good Propertes of Women, as theyr Vyces & euyll Codicios: with a morall Coclusion and Exhortacyon to Vertew. Ioh. Rastell me imprimi fecit, folio. Contains C 4, or 12 leaves. A copy is in the Malone Collection.

A lytell Treatyse of the Beaute of Women newly translated out of Frenshe into Englyshe. I.npr. by Rycharde Fawkes. 4to. This poetical tract consists of five pages, printed without signatures, numerals or catchwords. It is a translation from the French 'La Beaute des Femmes,' and has a woodcut of a female lying, and a fool by her side with his cap and bauble. — Impr. by me Rob. Wyer. 4to. Six leaves. Roxburghe, 3283, morocco, 201. resold White Knights, 4620, 17/. resold Perry, pt. i. 596, 16/. 16s.

The Praise of all Women, called M ulierum Pean. London by Iohn Kynge. 4to. Ends on the reverse of sign. E iii, in fours. — London by Myddylton. 4to. Roxburghe, 3287, morocco, 25/. See Pyrrye, C.

A Treatise of the Nobilitie and Excellencye of Woman ki.uk>, translated out of Latine into Englysshe by Dauid Clapam. An. M.d.liii. Lundini in /Kdibus Tho. Bertheleti. 16iuo. A—E 4, in eights.

A Treatyse, shewing and declaring tht Pryde and Abuse of Women now a dayet. London by Thomas Kaynalde. 4to. Four leaves.

A lytic Boke named the Schole House of Women: wherein cuery Man may rede a goodly Prayse of the Condicyons of Women. The Yeare of our Lorde H.D.xli. London by Thomas Pctyt, 1501. 8vo. Contains sign. D ii, in fours. — London by lhon Kynge, 1560. Ito. D, in fours. — Lond. by Thomas Pctyt, 1561. 4to. 32 folios. — Impr. by Iohn Aide, 1572. Ito. Sixteen leaves. — Impr. by Robert Wyer. 16mo. This poetical satire against Women is reprinted from the edition of 1572, in Mr. Ulterson's Pieces of early popular Poetry. It was answered by Robert Vaughan in 1542, and by Edward More in 1500.

Praise and Dispraise of Women. Written in the French Tongue, and brought into our Vulgar by John Allday. Lond. 1573. 8vo.

An llarboroweforfaithfulland trewe Subiectea, agaynst the late blowne Blaste, concerning the Gouernmet of Wemen, wherein be confuted all such Reasons as a Straunger of late made in that Behalf, with a breife Exhortation to Obedience. Anno M.D.lix. 4to. Dedicated ' To Francis Iiui I ■ of Bedford, and the Lord Kobert Duddtley.' R 3, in fours, printed in the Roman letter. See Knox, John.

A Treatise wherein is declared, that the Regiment of Women is conformable to the Laws of God and Nature. 1571. 8vo.

A Watchword for wilful Women, an excellent pilhie Dialogue between two Sisters, of contrary Dispositions: the one a vertuous Matrone, — fearing God; the other a wilfull Huswife, of disordered Behauiore. London by Thomas Marshe, 1581. 8vo. Black letter. Inglis, 1522, 12s. The volume consists of a title, one leaf; 'epistle dedicatorie' to Lady Mary Howe, by B. B., four pages; an address 'To the reader', two pages; 'Watchworde', 55 pages; 'A Sermon of Dr. Mar. Luther concerning Matrimony', 31 pages; and 'A brief exhortation unto the maryed couple', 13 pages.

A myraculous and monstrous, but yet most true, Discourse of a Woman now to be seene in London, in the Midst of whose Forehead there groweth out a crooked Home of four Ynches long. 1588. 4 to. with portrait. Towneley, pt. ii. 1577, ll. 9s.

A Warning for falre Women, containing the most tragically and lamentable Murther of Master George Sanders of London Marchant, nigh Shooter's Hill. Consented unto by his owne Wife, aided by M. Browne, Mistress Drewry and Trusty Roger, Agents therein, with their aeverall Ends. As it hath beene lately diverse Times acted by the Right Honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his Servants. London, by Valentine Simmes for Will. Aspley, 1599. 4 to. A popular play

in its time, attributed by Wood to John Lilly. The circumstances of the murder are detailed in Hotinshed's Chronicle. Roxburgh?, 4339, 5/. Dent, pt. ii. 1335, IS/. Rhodes, 427, MI.

WomansWorth. 1590. Reed,33»5,U16s.

Everie Woman in her Humor, a Comedy London, by E. A. for Thomas Archer, 1801. Ito. Hibbert, 3062, 1/. 17s. Rhodes, 131, 21. N. Sotheby's in 1821, 3/. 15s. in ISiJ, 6/. 8s. 6d. A copy is in the British Museum.

The admirable Historic of the Possession and Conversion of a penitent Woman sedoced bya Magician that made her become a Wrtriu with a Discourse of Spirits. London, 1613. 4to. Bindley, pt. i. 142, 10s. Fonlh:!!, 1622, 12s. Nassau.pt. i. 146, 13s. 147, Ms

The Arraingment of le-wde, idle, fro«id and vnconstant Women; or the Vinine of them, chuse you whether: with a Car- mendacion of wise, vertuous and hones: Women. Pleasant for married Men, printable for young Men, and hurtfull to now. London by Edw. Aide, 1615. 4lo. SiitJfour pages — 1631. 4to. — 1S07. JO. Bindley, pt. i. 134, 4s. 6d. See Sowtrsw. Ester.

A Woman will have her Will. 1631. ** Hauqhton, William.

The Lawes Resolution of Womens Righ^'i or the Lawcs Provision for Women. Look 1032. 4to. Black letter. Boswell, Uli, 5s. Inglis, 1043, 6s.

The Anatomy of a Woman's Tongor, divided into five Parts: A Medicine, a Poi»a. a Serpent, Fire, and Thunder. Whereon^ are added divers new Epigrams never before printed. The fifth Edition, with more ne* Additions. London, 1638. ISmo. EigWefi pages. This curious poetical tract is reprinted in the second volume of the llarlci' Miscellany.

A general History of Women, the raos holy and prophane, the'most famous and infamous in all Ages. London, 1657. 8vo. wht a frontispiece. Nassau, pt. ii. 1277, !•'•

A Discourse of Women, shewing their Imperfections alphabetically. London, I66Jgm. 8vo. 7s. Hibbert, 8554, 18s. — !***■ sm. 8vo. A translation from the French by Rich. Banke.—Ant. d Wood.

Seven Women Confessors: or, s Dis covery of the seven white Devils which lived at Queen Street in Covent Garden. London, 1641. 4to.

The Parliament of Women, with the me"? Lawes by them newly enacted. Loudofc 1646. 8vo. — 1656. 8vo.

Women will have their Will, a Dialog* London, 1649. 12mo.

A brief Anatomy of Women. Loodan. 1653. 4to. .

Now or Never; or, a new Parliament of Women. London, 1656. 4to.

Wonder of Wonders, being a Relation <*

a Woman of 95 Years of Age who is now quick with Child. London, 1671.4to. Reed, 2916, 9s.'

The Woman turn'd Bully, a Comedy. London, 1673. 4to. Roxburghe, 4351, lis. 6d.

The Good-Wives Lamentation: or the Womcns' Complaint on the Account of their being to be buried in Woollen. London, 1678. 4to.

The illustrious History of Women. London, 16S6. 8vo. Nassau, pt. ii. 1278, IN.

Discourses and Characters discovering the Varieties of modish Women. London, 1689. 8vo.

The excellent Woman described by her true Characters and their Opposites. Lond. 1695. 12mo. 3s. 6d.

Art of Knowing Women. London, 1730. 8vo. Stanley, 688, 18s.

Woman not inferior to Man. 1743. Woman's superior Excellence over Man. 1743. Mail superior to Woman. 1744. 12mo. 3 vols. 5s. See Retrospective Review, x, 88-112.

Woman's Wit, a Jest-Book for the Ladies. Loudon. 12mo.

Wonders.—The Wonderful and Scientific Museum, or Magazine of remarkable Characters. London, 1803. 8vo. 5 vols.

Fonthill, 103, 21. 10s.

Wonders of this windie Winter, by terrible Storms and Tempests. London, 1613. Black letter, with a frontispiece. Bindley, pt. iv. 960, 11. Reed, 6506, M. 7s.

Five Wonders seen in England; two at Barnstaple, one at Kirkham, one in Cornwall, one in Little Britain in London. London, 1646, 4to.

The Five strange Wonders in the North and West of England. London, 1659. 4to. Hibbert, 3093, a. Nassau, pt. ii. 1158, 4s.

A true Relation of a very strange and wonderful Thing that was heard in the Air, October 12th, by many hundreds of People, namely, three Cannons shott off, a Peal of Musquets followed, and Drums beating all the while, besides many other strange Wonders. London, 1658. 4 to.

Two most strange Wonders; the one a true Relation of an Angel appearing to Mr. James Wise in Yorkshire: the other being a most fearful Judgment which befel Dorothy Matley of Ashover in the County of Derby, London, 1662. 8vo.

The Wonder of this Age, God's miraculous Revenge against Murder discovered by an Apparition. London, 1677. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1532, 6s.

The Wonders of free Grace, or, a History of all the remarkable Penitents executed at Tyburn. London, 1690. 8vo. Nassau, pt. ii. 1279, 18s.

Wonderful Magazine and Marvellous Chronicle. 8vo. 5 vols, with plates. 1/. 5s.

Woo-Creel.—The Woo-Creel,or the Bill o Bashan, a Tale. 1816.

Privately printed at the Auchinleck Press. Boswell, 3074, 13s.

Wood, Anthony a, M. A. Athense Oxonicnses, an exact History of all the Writers who have had their Education in the University of Oxford: to which are added the Fasti, or Annals of the said University. A new (the third) Edition, with Additions by Philip Bliss, D. D. London, 1813, &c, royal 1 to. 4 or 5 vols.

Wood's Athena: is an invaluable work, both as respects biography and bibliography, and should be in every English library. Literature owes very considerable obligations to the recent editor, Dr. Bliss, by whose numerous additions and judicious corrections the value of the original author is very greatly augmented. Crockett, 3376, bds. 6/. 8s. fid. Hibbert, 8615, in hog skin, 10/. 5s. Drury, 4672, russia, 152. LARGE Paper. Twenty-five copies printed. Nassau, pt. ii. 1534, 42/. For the convenience of reference it is better to hind the work in 5 volumes; the Fasti, in 2 pts. forming one volume. — London, 1691-2. fol. 2 vols. 10s. 6d. To some copies of this first edition a portrait of Wood, engraved by Michael Burghers, with the arms of the author, is prefixed as a head-piece to the preface. — London, 1721. fol. 2 vol. Dr. Tanner, the author of the Notitia Monastica, supplied a great part of the additions and corrections to this second edition. Garrick, 2661, 1/. 18s. Dent, pt. ii. 1461*, russia, 21. White Knights, 4653, 2/. 2s. Reed, 5221, 21. 3a. Marquis of Townshend, 3296, 21. 12s. fid. Sir P. Thompson, 975, 3/. Hollis, 1355, 3/. 3s. Willett, 2709, 3/. 17s. LARGE PAPER. Stecvens, 1848, 21. 5s. Fonthill, 3715, 4/. Heath, 1527, 8/. 2s. 6d.

Historia et Antiquitates tjniversitatis Oxoniensis, duobus Voluminibus comprehenge. Oxonii, 1674. folio. This work, Wood, 'with incomparable industry laboured in for ten years, or thereabouts.' It was translated into Latin under the direction of Dr. Fell, who took unwarrantable liberties with the author's text, expunging and inserting what he pleased. Heath, 4684, 18s. Large Paper. Dent. pt. ii. 1461, 1/. lis. Nassau, pt. ii. 1633, with Loggan's plates, morocco, 3/. lis. Collation. — Engraved frontispiece, title page, dedication to Charles II. and preface, 4 leaves; history,printed in double columns, 111 pages, with a plate 'Ichnographia Oxoniae—1648' at p. 364, and ten embellishments on the letter press, including a portrait of King Charles II. at the head of the dedication; continuation, A—6 N 4; appendix, pp. 445-50, with 49 portraits of the founders, and other embellishments on the letter-press. In some particular copies will be found an epistle of Hobbes, with an answer by Dr. Fell. See Wood's Athena; Oxonienses, by Dr. Bliss, vol. i. p. cxxxvi. note 2.

A Vindication of the Historiographer of the University of Oxford, and his Works, from the Reproaches of the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, in his Letter to the Lord Bishop of Coventry and Litchfield, concerning a book lately published, called, 'A Specimen of some Errors and Defects in the History of the Reformation of the Church of England: By Anthony Manner. Written by E.D.' To which is added, the Historiographer's Answer to certain Animadversions, made in the before mentioned History of the Reformation, to that part of Historia et Antiquitates Univcrsitatis Oxon. which treats of the divorce of Queen Catherine from King Henry the Eighth. Lond. 1693. 4to. Thirty pages. This pamphlet is reprinted in the second and third editions of the Athena.- Oxonienses.

The antient and present State of the City of Oxford by Anthony a Wood, with Additions by the Rev. Sir J. Feshall, Bart. London, 1773. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1535, 14s. Marquis of Townshcnd, 3444, 19s. Hibbert, 8616,19s. Lloyd, 1344, 11. 2s. Collation.—Pp. 372 and M, not including title, dedication and preface, 3 leaves. Plates. 1. Map of the City of Oxford, Longmate sc. 1773, p. 1. 2. All Saints Church, p. 54. 3. South View of St. Giles' Church (No. 1), p. 214. 4. Another view of the same Church, marked plate (11), size 13 inches by 8. This latter plate is generally wanting. Several sheets of this publication are in general much foxed.

The History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford, by Anthony a Wood, M. A. published by John Gutch. Oxford, 1786, 90,92,96. 4(0. 5 vols. Bindley, pt. iv. 1001. 3/. 10s. Dowdeswell, 418, 71.

The History and Antiquities of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford, by Anthony Wood, M. A., published in English, with a Continuation by John Gutch, M. A. Oxford, 1786-90. 4to. Heath, 4683, without the Appendix, 1790, U Is. Willett, 2648, without the Appendix, 1790, W. Is. Marquis of Townshend, 3445, with the Appendix, 1790, 21. 3s. Collation.— Title, one leaf; preface, 4 pages; contents and list of subscribers, 10 pages; history, 692 pages. Pp. 689-90 are omitted. Appendix, 1790. Title and advertisement, 2 leaves;

Fasti Oxon. 330 pages, and indexes, 55 pages.

The History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford, in two Books, by Anthony a Wood, published in English by }ohs\ Gutch, M. A. Oxford, 1792-6. 4to. 3 voa. Collation.—Vol. I. The History of the University and Annals. 1792. Title, dedication by John Gutch, and advertisement, ^ leaves; the author to the reader, with bi= portrait by Burghers on the letter-press, T pages; the life of the author and supplement, 43 pages; a catalogue of the author's mss., 24 pages; the history, G67 page Plates. 1. Portrait and Arms of Wood, by Burghers. 2. Anthony Wood's Monument in St. John's Church, after Carter by Longmate. Vol. II. Part the first. 1796. Title and dedication to the Duke of Portland, leaves; subscribers, 3 pages; annals, pp. 1500. Vol. II. Part the second. 1796. Title, dedication to Richard Gough, and explanation of the frontispiece, 3 leaves; the annab. &c. pp. 501-997; dedication of the couciasion of this history to the Rev. Joseph Kilner, 1 leaf; index, 73 pages, and farther additions, &c. 3 pages.

Some Notes relating to the History of Oxford, and the Places thereabout*, ta Hearne's edition of Liber Niger ScaccariL

The Life of Mr. Anthony a Wood, Historiographer of Oxford. London, 1711. 8vo. Written by Dr. Richard RawlinaonLarge paper. Dent, pt. ii. 113.5, with as autograph dedication, and a few ms. corrections, 9/. IN. 6d.

The Life of Anthony a Wood, 1771. See Lives.

See Miscellanies on several curious Subjects. 1714.

Wood, Edward. A complete Body of Conveyancing in Theory and Practice, with Precedents, Notes. and References, by J. J. Powell. London, 1790-3. fol. 3 vols.

Best edition. IBrockett, 3561, 9s. fidSotheby's in 1S21, 2/.

— George. Monarchy's unconquerable Champion. Lond. 1685. 12mo.

Bindley, pt. iii. 2201, 7s.

— Hut ton. A Collection of Decrees by the Court of Exchequer in Tithe-Causes, from the Usurpation to the present Time, carefully extracted from the Books of Decrees and Orders of the Court of Exchequer, by the Permission of the Court, and arranged in chronological Order, with Ta

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