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second Edition of Mary Queen of Scots vindicated. London, 1790. 8vo. 5s.

The Origin of Arianism disclosed. London, 1791. 8vo. 5s. A work, according to Dr. Randolph, replete with erudition and deep research, and establishing upon such solid foundation the antiquity of the faith in our Lord.

Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire reviewed in Vols. 4, 5 and 6. London, 1791. Svo.

The Course of Hannibal over the Alps ascertained. London, 1794. Svo. 2 vo 1. Fonthill, 1216, 16s.

The ancient Cathedral of Cornwall historically surveyed. By John Whitaker, B. D. London, 1804. 4to. 2 vols. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 985, 10s. 6d. Towneley, pt. ii. 1624, lis. Collation.—Vol. I. pag. 348, not including half-title and title, also a plate it p. M. Vol. II. pag. 434, not including half-title and title, and a plate at p. 125.

The Life of St. Neot, the eldest Brother )f King Alfred. London, 1809. Svo. 10s. Cd. — Thomas Dunham. An Hisory of Richmondshire, in the North tiding of the County of York; toether with those Parts of the )verwicschire of Domesday which >rm the Wapentakes of Lonsdale, wecross, and Amunderness, in the ounties of York, Lancaster, and restmoreland. London, 1823. fol. I pts. in 2 vols.

This splendid work, both with regard to >ography and graphic illustration, fell, acding to the Retrospective Review, ix. 1-4, ' far short of the expectations formed readers of real science and desirous of stantial information.' It was published 251. it. LARGE PAPER in super-royal wing paper, with proofs on India paper, lished at MU. 8s. Drury, 4714, morocco, IN. Dent, pt. ii. 1457, morocco, 21/. leby's in 1825, morocco, 28/. ts. Sir VI. Sykes, pt- iii. 1179, 31/. 10s. Coln.—Vol. I. I'ag. 1 to 442, not including quotation from Camden, dedication to arnes Wood and advertisement, 4 leaves. II. pp. 1 to 502, not including title, one i ml directions for placing the (45) plates 27) larger pedigrees.

History of the original Parish of ley, and Honor of Clitheroe, in the res of Lancaster and York, by Thomas am Whitaker, LL.D. 1801. 4to. With and maps. Nassau, pt. ii. 1500, 17s. ^y, pt. iv. 841, 1/. Roscoe, 488, 2/.6s. le second Edition with Additions [and lew Engravings]. London, 1806. roy. This second edition is in fact the same s the first, with the addition of a new

title-page, &c. See Upcott's English Topography, i. 472-6. Hibbert, 8586, russia, H. 7s. Dent, pt. ii. 1349, ll. 9s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 983, russia, 21.12s. Edwards, 648, russia, 51. 15s. 6d. — 1818. 4to. Large Paper with proof plates. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 986, 6/. 6s. Drury, 4666, russia, 6/. 10s.

The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven in the County of York. London, 1805. roy. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1501, russia, U 6s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 984, li 10s. Hibbert, 8585, russia, 17. 15s. Dent, pt. ii. 1350, 21. .'is. Baker, 712, 21.12s. Gd. — Second Edition, enlarged. London, 1812. roy. 4to. 21. 12s. 6d. Folio, with the plates aquatinted, worked in colours. Hibbert, 8637, morocco, 6/. 2s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 987, fil. 6s. Drury, 4665, with duplicate coloured plates, russia, 11. 10s. Edwards, 661, morocco, 181.18s.

De Motu per Britanniam civico, Annis Mdccxlv et Mdccxlvi, Liber unicus. Londini, 1809. 12mo. Pp. 145. A singular attempt to record a recent occurrence of our own history in the Latin language, chiefly taken from Home's History of the Rebellion.

Loidis and Elmete; or, an Attempt to illustrate the Districts described in those Words by Bede, and supposed to embrace the lower Portions ofAredale and Wharfdale, together with the entire Vale of Calder, in the County of York. London, 1816. Medium folio. This forms a second volume to Dr. Whitaker's edition of Thoresby's Leedes. Large Paper, printed on Whatman's wove super royal paper, with proof plates. Collation.—This volume consists of 404 pages, not including half-title, title, dedication to Archb. Vernon, and directions to the binder for placing the plates and pedigrees. Pages 327 and 328 are repeated with asterisks, and there is a pedigree of Sheepshanks and York of Leeds at p. 63, not mentioned in the printed list. Plate 9, View of Gledhow, was delivered with the appendix. The Appendix, published in 1820, consists of 80 pages. On p. 80 will be found directions for placing the plates given with the appendix.

— Tobias, M.D. The Blood of the Grape. Printed in 1C54. 12mo.

Bindley, pt. iv. 877, 4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1078, 6s. — London, 1638. 12mo. An attempt to prove 'the possibility of maintaining life from infancy to extreme old age, without any sickness, by the use of wine.'

— William, D.D. Opera Theologies. Genev. 1610. fol. 2 vols.

This polemic divine became renowned for his controversial writings against the church of Rome. Bp. Hall is reported to have said that 'never man saw Whitaker without reTerence, or heard him without wonder.' His' works are very well worth being looked into by those, who would know what can be said for and against the other principal points in controversy between Protestants and Papists, as well as against this primary pillar of the reformed faith—That the Hierarchy of the Church of Rome is the Little Horn of Daniel; the Man of Sin of St. Paul; and the Antichrist of St. John, &c.'—Bp. Wattm.

In Obitum Gulielmi Whitakeri Carolina Car. Horni et aliorum. Lond. 1596. 4to. Bindley, pt. ii. 1917, 11. Is. In this work are some verses of Bishop Hall which have escaped the notice of his biographers.

Whitbourne, Richard. A Discovery of Newfoundland. London, 1620. 4to.

Dent, pt. ii. 1352, U. 7s. — 1622. 4to. Jadis, 256, 11. lis. fid. — 1623. 4to.

A loving Invitation for the Advancement of the Plantation in Newfoundland. London, 1622. 4to. Dent,pt. ii. 1353, II. Is.

Whitby, Daniel, D.D. A Paraphrase and Commentary on the New Testament.

This commentary forms an accompaniment to that on the Old Testament by Patrick, Lowth and Arnald. It is allowed to be ' the best upon the New Testament extant in the English language'. — Lond. 1700. fid. 2 vols. Roxburghe, 156, 7s. — 1703. fol. 2 vols. — 1706. fol. 2 vols. — 1709. fol. 2 vols. — 1718. fol. 2 vols. — 1727. fol. 2 vols. — 1744. fol. 2 vols. — 1760.

fol. 2 vols, with a map. Best edition.

Tenth Edition. London, 1807, 4to. — 1822. royal 4to. with a map. 2£ 2s.

Additional Annotations to the New Testament. London, 1710. foL 6s.

Key to the New Testament; or, Whitby's Commentary (abridged only), with occasional Aids from Dr. Hammond and Bishop Mann. By T. D. Fosbrooke. London, 1815. 8vo.

A Discourse of the Necessity and Usefulness of the Christian Religion by Reason of the Corruptions of the Principles of Natural Religion among Jews and Heathens. London, 1705. 8 To.

Examen variarum Lectionum Johannis Millii in Novum Testamentum. Lond. 1710. This examen was afterwards annexed to Dr. Whitby's Commentary.

Tractatus de Imputatione divina Pcccati Adami in Reatum. Lond. 1711. 8vo.

Treatise concerning Original Sin by Daniel Whitby, translated by Thomas Heywood. London, 1739. 8vo. 6s.

Dissertatio de SS. Scripturarum Interpretatione, secundum Patrum Commentaries,

Auctore Daniele Whitby. Londrni, 1714. 8vo. 4s.

A Discourse concerning, I. The true Purport of the Words Election and Reprobation and the Things signified by them in Holy Scripture. II. The Extent of Christ's Redemption. III. The Grace of God j where h is enquired, Whether it be vouchsafed sufficiently to those who improve it not, and irresistibly to those who de improve it; and whether Men be wholly passive in the Work of their Regeneration! IV. The Liberty of the Will in a Mate of Trial and Probation. V. The Perseverance or Defcctibility of the Saints; with some Reflections on the State of the Heavens, the Providence and Prescience of God. 8vo. This work, generally entitled ' Whitby on the five Points', is uracil esteemed. — 1735. 8vo. 9s. Best edition. Bishop of Ely, 927, lis. — Oxford, 1816. 8vo. 7s. — London, 1817. 8vo. 7s. In this work, according to Bishop Tomline, 'Whitby confuted Calvinism almost to a demonstration'.

T1TEPAI ♦PONTlaEI, or the last Thoughts of Dr. Whitby, containing bis Correction of several Passages in his Commentary on the New Testament, to which are added five Discourses. London, 1727. 8vo. 9s.

White, Alex. Schismatis Anglicani Redargutio. Lovanii, 1661. sm. 8vo.

Pp. 352, not including eight leaves of introductory matter, and four leaves of index. &c

— Charles. An Account of the regular Gradation in Man, and in different Animals and Vegetables; and from the former to the latter. London, 1799. 4to.

Hibbert, 8587, 9s.

— E. A practical Treatise on the Game of Billiards. London, 1807. 8vo. 7s.

An esteemed work.

— Francis, successively Bishop of Norwich and Ely. Reply to Jesuit Fisher's Answer to some Questions propounded by King James. London, 1624. fol. 5s.

With a frontispiece containing a portrait of White by T. Cockson.

— Gilbert. The Works in Natural History of the late Rev. Gilbert White, A.M. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford; comprising the Natural History of Selborne, the Naturalist's Calendar, and Miscellaneous Observations, to which are added, a Calendar and Observations, by W. Markwick, Esq. F.L.S. London, 1802. 8vo. 2 vols.

Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. Hi, 918, mssia, 16s. Dent, pt. ii. 1116, in hog-skin, 16s. Gil. Hibbert, 8502, 1/. Is.

The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, in the County of Southampton (by the Rev. Gilbert White). London, 1789. tin. An admirable and delightful specimen of typography, which 'ought to have a place among the household books of every English family.'—Quarterly Review. Nassau, pt. ii. 1502, 12s. Edwards, 658, U 2s. Many of Townshend, 3434, U. 19s. Wiliett, 2639, 2t 14s. Hibbert, 8S88, 3t 6s. The volume consists of 468 pages, not including a general title-page, and advertisement, two leaves, also a second title, ' The Natural History of Selborne', one leaf: the index, list of (9) plates and errata occupy 13 pages. — A new Edition; to which are added the Naturalist's Calendar, Observations on various Parts of Nature and Poems, London, 1813. 4to. Pag. 587, not including general title-page, advertisement, biographical records of the author and advertisement to the new edition, also a second title-page, together 5 leaves. This edition contains 12 plates. Brockett, 3365, ll. ls. Hollis, 1463, 9s. LARGE PAPER, in 2 vols. Sotheby's in 1824, morocco, -1/. 13s. Fifty copies printed, in which the outline of the Painting presented to the church at page 314 is coloured in imitation of the original picture. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 981, 41. 7s. — London, 1813. 8vo. 2 vols. Collation.—Vol. I. Pag. 351, not including half-title, title, advertisement and memoir, 4 leaves, also two plates. VoL II. Pag. 364, not including half-title and :itle, and two plates, Large Paper. — London, 1822. 8vo. 2 vols.

A Naturalist's Calendar, with Observations n various Branches of Natural History; exracted from the Papers of the late Rev. Gil «rt White, M.A. London, 1795. 8vo. pp. 46, with a plate. Hibbert, 8501, 5s.

— Harry. See Parker, Marin.

— Henry Kirke. The Remains f Henry Kirke White, with an tccount of his Life by Robert outhey. London, 1807-22. 8vo.


Frequently reprinted. Mr. Kirke White, bnse early death is greatly to be lamented, published a little volume of poems about the >se of the year 1802, which was severely,

v cruelly criticised in the Monthly Review, lb, and March, 1804.

— James. Treatise on Veteritry Medicine, containing the Ma

teria Medica and Pharmacopoeia. London, 1820. 12mo. 4 vols. An excellent work.

— Jeremiah. The Restoration of all Things, by Jeremiah White, Chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. London 1712. 8vo.

— The third Edition, with an additional Preface. London, 1779. 8vo. 3s.

— John. Diacosio-Martyrion, id est, ducentorum Virorum Testimonium, de Veritate Corporis, et Sanguinis Christi, in Eucharistia, ante Triennium, adversus Petrum Martyrem, ex Professo conscriptum. Londini in .Edibus Rob. Cali, 1553. 4to. 18s.

Folios 102, besides Table, &c In Latin verse.

— John, D.D. Workes. London, 1624. folio.

— John. The First Century of scandalous malignant Priests. London, 1643. 4to.

An 'infamous libel.'—jlnt. a Wood. Reed, 6494, 3s. fid. Roxburghe, 581, 4s. Hollis, 1538, morocco, 1/. 2a.

— John. Commentary on the three first Chapters of Genesis, with large Observations on the same. London, 1656. fol. 7s. (id.

This author is usually called the Patriarch of Dorcester. See Fuller's Worthies.

— John. Miscellanea variegata, Anagrammata, Epigrammata, Disticha, &c. Lond. 1663, 4, 5. 8vo. 3 vols.

'Three volumes full of fooleries and inipertinencies.'—Ant. a Wood.

— John. Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales, with sixty-five Plates. London, 1790. 4to.

In this journal will be found many circumstances, &c. omitted by Governor Phillip, and other writers. Reed, 6492, 15s. Hibbert, 8589, russia, II. 10s. — With coloured plates. Dent, pt. ii. 1354, russia, II. Is. Duke of York, 5488, II. N. Wiliett, 2640, 31. 3s. Fonthill, 3110, IL

— John. Some Account of the proposed Improvements of the Western Part of London. The second Edition, with Additions. London, 1815. 8vo.

Pp. 209, with 10 folded plans, also Brief Remarks on the proposed Regent's Canal, London, 1812. 22 pages.

White, John, Lieutenant in the United States' Navy. History of a Voyage to the China Sea. Boston, 1823. 8vo.

An entertaining and accurate account of a corner of the globe, of which we possess little or no information.

— Joseph. Sermons preached before the University of Oxford, in 1784, at the Lecture founded by the Rev. John Hampton, M.A., late Canon of Salisbury. 1784. 8vo.

First edition. The additional sermon in the second edition was printed separately for the accommodation of the purchasers of this edition. — The second edition, to which is now added, a Sermon preached from the University of Oxford, July 4, 1784, on the JJuty of attempting the Propagation of the Gospel among our Mahometan and Gentoo Subjects in India. London, 1785. 8vo. Willett, 2597, 7s. 6d. Bindley, pt iii. 1907, 8s. Gd. Heath, 1133, 10s. 6d.

A Letter to the Reverend Dr. White: containing Remarks upon certain Passages in the Notes subjoined to hia Hampton Lectures. London, 17S9. 8vo.

An Appeal to the Members of the University of Oxford, relating to the Rev. Dr. White's Hampton Lectures. By No Academic. London, 1789. 8vo.

Facts relating to the Rev. Dr. White's Bampton Lecture, by R. B. Gabriel, D.D. London, 1789. 8vo. — 1790. 8vo.

A Letter to R. B. Gabriel, D.D. in answer to Facts relating to the Rev. Dr. White's Bampton Lectures, by a Member of one of the Universities. London, 1790. 8vo.

A Statement of Dr. White's literary Obligations to the Rev. Samuel Badcock and the Rev. Samuel Parr, LL.D. by Joseph White, D.D. London, 1790.8vo.

JEgyptiaca: or, Observations on certain Antiquities of Egypt, in two parts: Part I. the History of Pompey's Pillar elucidated. Part II. Abdollatifs Account of the Antiquities of Egypt, written in Arabic, A. D. 1203. Translated into English and illustrated with Notes, by J. White, D.D. London, 1801. 4 to. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 980, 4s. Hibbert, 8590, 6s. (id. LARGE PAPEB. Lloyd, 1334, 7s. 6d.

Criseos Griesbachianse in Novum Testamentum Synopsis. Oxon. 1811. 8vo. Drury, 4578, 5s. This esteemed work generally accompanies the learned professor's edition of the Greek Testament, 1798. 8vo. 2 vols.

— Joseph Blanco. Letters from Spain, by Don Leucadio Doblado. London, 1822.

These excellent letters corroborate circumstances in Dr. Southey's History of the Peninsular War.

Practical and internal Evidence against Catholicism, with occasional Stricture! oa Mr. Butler's Book of the Roman Catholic Church in six Letters. London, 1S25. Swj. Drury, 4579, 5s.

— Peter. An Answeare vnto certaine crabbed Questions pretending a reall Presence of Christ in the Sacraments ; together with a Discouerie of the Jesuiticall Opinion of Justification, guilefully vttered by Sherwyne at the Time of his Execution. Gathered and set foorth by Peter Whyte. London, 1581 1 (imo. 15s.

The answer, dedicated to ' Ambrose Dudley Earle of Warwicke', 8cc. consists of 44 leaves, the discovery, with a separate title- page, 39 leaves. White Knights, 43S8 and 4389, morocco, 15s. & IN.

— Richard. Historiarum Britannia? Libri XI. Atrebati et Duaci, 1597—1607. 16mo. 2 vols.

Bindley, pL i. 831, 11 books, 6/. IN. and 832, nine books, 2/. 4s. Sotheby's in 1829, nine books, uncut, 31. 18s. Hibbert, 8307,9 books in 2 vol. mor. 11. 10s. Another copy. consisting of ten books, is priced in a bookseller's late catalogue at 21/. in morocco. The work is very seldom found complete, and the following collation was made on examination of four copies. General title to books 1 to 9, 'Ricardi Viti Ba&ingstochs ComitU Palatini Historiarum Britannia; hr svlae, ab Origine Mundi, ad Annum Christi octingentesimum Libri nouem priores, ad Senatvra Popvlvmq. Britannvm. [Ovarii apud Carolvin Boscardvm, 1602.', on the back of which is a copper-plate portrait of the author by H. Mortier, one leaf; epistle ' Senatvi, Popvloqve Britanno', four leaves; Thomas Vitus to the reader, the argument! to the nine books, and ' in Vitorvm Insignia', with the arms of White engraved by H. Mortier, 3 leaves. Libri 5, Atrebati, ex Officina Gulielmi Riuerij, 1597, pp. 472, including title, and epistles to Prince Albert, Caesar Baronius, Mich. D'Esne, Christ, Assonvillius, and loan. Richardotus. Liber sextus, Duaci apud Carolum Boscmrdum, 1598, pp. 124, not including title, an epigram, epistle ' Amplissimo SenatorTM Poprliqve Dvacensis Ordini S.' and 'Adrianus Vitus Lectori S.', 4 leaves, also emendations, one page. Pages 95 and 96 are repeated, and on the reverse of page 123 is the following colophon, 'Attrebati, ex Typographia Gvllielmi Riverii Tipographi ivrau.

M.D.xcvm.' Liber septimvs, Dvaci apud CarolTM Boscardum, 1600, pp. 96, not including title, epistle to Philip, de Caverel, and Thomas Vitus to the reader, 4 leaves. Liber octavus, 1600, pp. 108, not including title, Ricardus Vitus to the reader, and epistle to Vedast. Grcnetius, 2 leaves. Liber norm, 1602, pp. 174, not including title, Adrianus Vitus to the reader, and epistle to loan, dv Ploych, 4 leaves, also a leaf containing 'Gvlielmv» Vitvs R. F. Rhetor ad Mvsam Clio' and emendations. Liber decimvs, 1606, pp. 142, not including title and epistle to Gvl. de Berghes, 4 leaves, also a leaf containing approbatio & emendationes. Liber vndecimvs, 1607, pp. 110, not including title, epistle to D. Warner, de Dave and portions of two letters of W. Gifibrd and Mat. Kellison, together 4 leaves, also a leaf containing approbatio & emendationes.

Orationes quinque, de Circulo Artium & Philosophise—De Eloquentia & Cicerone.— Pro Divitiis Regum,—Pro Doctoratu,—De studiorum Finibus, cum Nods. Atrebat. 1396. 8vo. The two first, which were spoken at Lovain, were published by Christoph. Johnson, chief master of Winchester School, about 1564, and commanded by him, says Ant. a Wood, to be read publicly in the said school, near Winton, by the scholars.

Ricardi Viti Basinstochii ad Leges Decemvirorum in duodecim Tabulis, Institutiones Juris Civilis in quattuor Libris; primam Partem Digestorum in quattuor Libris; Notse Jvris interpretati. Atrebati, ex Officina Gulielmi Riuerij, 1597. 16mo. Pp. 368, in:luding title and emendations. The volume a dedicated to Philip II. of Spain.

Aelia Laelia Crispis. Epitaphivm antiivvm qvod in Agro Bononiensi adhvc videur, 4 diversis hactenus interpretatum varie: lovissime autcm 4 Ricardo Vito Basinstochio, Lmicorum Precibus explicatum. Durdrechti, 'ypis JoannU Leonard! Berewovt, 1618. 6mo. Pp. 84, not including title, epistle indicatory to ' Christophoro Jonsoni Vicamisis Scholas apud Vintoniam summo Modetori', aod complimentary verses, 5 leaves. ni- a Wood mentions a previous edition, r"etav. 1568, in six sh. and a half in qu.' De Reliquiis & Veneratione Sanctorum, i.ic. 1609.

Explicatio brevis Privilegiorum Juris et nsuetudinis circa ven. Sacramentum Euaristiae. Duac 1609. 8vo. BrevU Explicatio Martyrii Sanctaa Vrsvlas mdecim millivm Virginvm Britanniarvm, ■ R. V. B. Dvaci, ex Typographia Petri roii, 1610. 16mo. Pp. 79, including title 1 epistle 'D. Ioanni Lespaignol, per llidum VVitum'.

k notice of Richard Whyte of Basingstoke '. be found in Wood's Athense Oxonienses,

vol. ii. pp. 118-30, as also in Jo. Pits de IIlustr. Angl. Script, art. 17. nu. 1057.

White, Samuel. A Commentary on the Prophet Isaiah, wherein the literal Sense of his Prophecies is briefly explained. London, 1709. 4to.

LARGE PAPER. 10s. 6d.

— Thomas, D.D. Schola moralis Philosophise Oxon. in Funere Whiti pullata. Oxon. 1624. 4to.

'A book of verses mostly made by the students of Magd. hall'.—Ant. a Wood.

— Thomas. Institutionvm peripatetuarvm ad Mentem Philosophi Kenelmi Eqvitis Digbaei Pars theorica: item Appendix de Origine Mvndi, Authore Thoma Anglo ex Albiis East-Saxonum. Lvgdvni, 1646. 12mo.

This author, who was a catholic, published many other treatises. He is highly commended by Ant ft Wood, Thomas Hobbes and other writers of his own day.

— Thomas. A true Relation of the Conversion and Baptism of Isuf the Turkish Chaous, named Richard Christophilus, in the Presence of a full Congregation, Jan. 30, 1658, in Covent-Garden, where Mr. Manton is Preacher. London, 1658. sm. 8vo.

Nassau, pt. ii. 1080, 3s.

— William. Journal of a Voyage performed in the Lion Extra Indiaman, from Madras to Columbo and Da Lagoa Bay, on the Eastern Coast of Africa, in the Year 1798, with some Account of the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants of Da Lagoa Bay, and a Vocabulary of the Language. London, 1800. 4to. 6s.

Pp. 70, with plates. Whitefield, George. The Works of the Rev. George Whitefield, M.A. to which is prefixed, an Account of his Life. London, 1771-2. 8vo. 6 vols.

With portrait of Whitefield. Sotheby's in 1821,2/. 15s.

Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. George Whitefield, M.A. late Chaplain to the Countess of Huntingdon, by the Rer.John Gillies,

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