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hies of the Names of the Cases, and the Contents. London, 1798-9. royal 8vo. 4 vols. 2Z. 2s.
James. The Principles of
Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, designed for the Use of Students in the University, by James Wood, and the Rev. S. Vince. Cambridge, 1795-99. 8vo. 4 vols.
An esteemed work, thus divided. Vol. I. The Elements of Algebra, by James Wood.
1795. Vol.11. The Principles of Fluxions, by the Rev. S. Vince. 1795. Vol. III. pt. i. The Principles of Mechanics, by J. Wood.
1796. Vol. III, pt. ii. The Principles of Hydrostatics, by the Rev. S. Vince. 1790. Vol. IV. pt. i. The Elements of Optics, by J. Wood. 1799. Vol. IV. pt. ii. The Principles of Astronomy, by the Rev. S. Vince. 1799.
— Rev. James. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible. Seventh Edition. London (1822). 8vo. 2 vols.
— John. An Essay towards a Description of Bath, in four Parts, by John Wood, Architect. The second Edition, corrected and enlarged. London, 1749, or 1765, or 1769. 8vo. 2 vols.
Dent, ptii. 1132, russia, 5s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1931, 6s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1285, 7s. Reed, 6402, 8s. 6d. Heath, 4703, 9s. 6d. Collation.—Vol. I. pp. 232, not including title, one leaf; preface, 4 pages; and contents, 2 pages. Vol. H. pp. 233 to 456, not including title, one leaf; preface, 4 pages ; contents, 2 pages i also postscript, list of plates (12 and 10), and directions to the binder, 3 pages. The first and second parts of this work were originally printed at Bath in 1742, and illustrated with 13 octavo plates engraved by Pine. The third and fourth parts appeared in 1743, with a plan of Queen Square. The whole was republished in 1749, and some copies are found with the dates of 1765 and 1769.
Choir Gaur, vulgarly called Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, described, restored, and explained, by John Wood, Architect. Oxford, 1747. 8vo. Collation.—Pp. 119, with 6 plates, at pages 10, 34, 46, 48, 54 and 66. Reed, 6400, Sr. White Knights, 4502, 6s. Dent, pt. ii. 1298, 12s. 6d. Brockett, 3291, russia, 1/. 13s.
— John. A general View of the History of Switzerland, with a particular Account of the late Swiss Revolution. Edinb. 1799. 8vo. 5s.
Fonthill, 2657, 13s.
— John George. The principal Rivers of Wales illustrated, consisting of a Series of Views, accompanied by Descriptions. London, 1813. royal 4to. 2 vols.
Bishop Randolph, 1552, 91. 9s. Large V-aper. Hibbert, 8617, 5/. 5s. Dowdeswell, 777, 51. 2s. 6d.
— John Philip. The ancient and modern State of the Parish of Cramond; to which are added biographical and genealogical Collections, comprehending a Sketch of the Life and Projects of John Law of Lauriston, Comptroller General of the Finances of France. Edinb. 1794. 4to. 12s.
Fonthill, 801,18s. Towneley.pt.ii. 1100, russia, 18s. fid.
Memoirs of the Life of John Law of Lauriston. Edinb. 1824. 12mo. with portrait of Law. 3s. 6d. See Law, John.
— Lambert. Florus Anglicus; or, an exact History of England from the Raign of William the Conquerour to the Death of the late King. London, 1657. 16mo.
Pag. 271, not including half-title, title, to the reader, list of books, and contents of the volume, 8 leaves. Lloyd, 1258, 3s.
London, 1658. 12ruo. with portraits.
Nassau.pt. ii. 1181, 8s. Towneley pt. ii. 1/. 6s.
The Life and Raigne of King Charles, from his Birth to his Death, faithfully and impartially performed by Lambert Wood, Gent. London, 1659. 8vo. Pag. 199, not including title and to the reader, 4 leaves; an index, 9 pages; also a portrait of' Carolus Rex Anglias. R. Gaywood fecit.' Lloyd, 177, 4s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1282, with portrait by Stent, russia, 13s. — London, for Simon Miller, sm. 8vo. pp. 229 to 464, with a title-page and portrait of the King by Gaywood, but no address to the reader, or index. — The third Edition, with Additions. London, 1658. Pag. 271, not including half-title, title, to the reader, list of books, and contents of the volume, 8 leaves.
— Sir Mark, Bart. A Review of the War in Mysore. London, 1800. 15s.
With a map of the dominions of Tippoo Sultaun.
— Robert. The Ruins of Palmyra and Balbec. Lond. 1753-7. royal folio. 2 vols.
Dent, pt. ii. 1480, rus»ia, 10/. is. Hib
bert, 8714, russia, 15/. Willett, 2710,
10/. IBs. — Lond. 1827. folio, in 1 vol. Published at 6/. 6s.
The Ruins of Palmyra, otherwise Tedmor in the Desart (by Robert Wood). London, 1753. atlas folio. Towneley, pt. ii. 1C95, 3/. 7s. Gough, 4072, 3/. 13s. 6d. Garrick, 2662, 5/. 10s. Edwards, 200, 5/. 15s. fid. Nassau, pt. ii. 1631, 07. Druty, 4718, morocco, 8/. Large Paper. Combe,2347,3/. 7a.
The Ruins of Balbcc, otherwise Heliopolis, in Coelo-Syria (by Robert Wood). London, 1757. atl. fol. Urury, 4717, russia, 3/. 1 Is. Gough, 4073, 4/. Is. Marquis of Townshend, 3297, 1/. 10s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1632, 51 Large Paper. Combe, 2348, 3/. 7s. Edwards, 201, 61. 2s.
An Essay on the original Genius and Writings of Homer; with a comparative View of the ancient and present State of the Troade. Illustrated with Engravings. Lond. 1775. 4to. Bindley, pt. iv. 893, 17s. 6d. Drury, 4673,1/. 3s. Hibbert, 8618,1/. 9s. Bp. of Ely, 1426, 11 10s. Garrick,2624, W. 16s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1536, 1/. 18s. Dent, pt. ii. 1370, russia, SI. Marquis of Townshend, 3446, 21. Is. Roxburghe, 2392, 2/. 5s. Roscoe, 816, 21. 5s. Heath, 3394, 2/. 7s.
— London (1769). 4to. The unpublished edition, of which it is said only seven copies were printed. Bindley, pt. iv. 180, 21. — Dublin, 1776. 8vo. with a map. Sotheby's in May 1823, 7s. 6d. Gossett, 5636, 16s.
— London, 1824. Svo.
Wood, Thomas. Angliae Notitia. Oxon. 1686. 12mo.
Nassau, pt. ii. 1283,3s.
— Thomas. Institute of the Laws of England. Tenth Edition, with Additions. London, 1772. iolio. It Is.
The first edition of this once esteemed work was published in 1720. Svo. 2 vols.
New Institute of the Imperial or Civil Law; to which is added, an Introduction to the Laws in general, with Notes. London, 1730. folio. 12s. Best edition.
— Thomas. The Mosaic History of the Creation of the World, illustrated by Discoveries and Experiments derived from the present State of Science. Lond. 1818. 8vo.
A very elaborate illustration of the first chapter of Genesis, in which science is rendered the handmaid of Revelation.
— Thomas, M.D. An Inquiry concerning the primitive Inhabitants of Ireland. 1821. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
— William. New Englands
Prospect, by William Wood. Lond. 1634. 4to.
A to O, in fours, with a wood-cut of' the south part of New England' at p. 1. At the end of the tract is 'a small nomenclater' of the language. — London, 1035. 4:o. A to M, in fours, with a map, frequently wanting. Gordonstoun, 2406, 14a. — London, 1639. 4to. with a map. — The third Edition. Boston, New-England, 1764. Svo. pp. xviii and 128. Set Retrospective Review, viil. 55-71.
—■ William. Divine Poems: being Meditations upon several Sermons preached by S. G. and put into Verse by W. Wood. London, 1655. 4to.
— William. The Bow-man's Glory; or, Archery revived: giving an Account of the many signal Favours vouchsafed to Archers and Archery by those renowned Monarchs, K. Henry VIII. James and Charles I. &C.&C. Lond. 1682. Svo.
Pp. 78. A curious and interesting tresuifcconsistingof 80pages, Including the postscript, also title, one leaf i dedication to K. Charles II. 4 pages; dedication to Sir John Eroley. Knt. 7 pages, and lines in praise of archery, 2 pages. Constable, 1038,9s. White Knights, 4501, morocco, 14s. Nassau, pt. H. 1384, russia, 16s. Dent, pt. ii. 1133, russia, 17s. Bindley, pt. ILL 2137, morocco, 18a.
— William. Zoography: or, the Beauties of Nature displayed, in select Descriptions from the Animal and Vegetable, with Additions from the Mineral Kingdom, systematically arranged, illustrated with Plates designed and engraved by DanicJL London, 1807-11. Svo. 3 vols.
An esteemed work, Large Papes. Dent, pt. ii. 1131,4/. lot.
General Conchology; or a Description of Shells, arranged according to the l.innnn System, and illustrated with Plates, dram and coloured from Nature by W. Wood. London, 1815. royal 8vo. Pp. lxi and UC, with 60 coloured plates, published at 31. 10s. LARGE PAPER, at 1Z. 18s.
Illustrations of the Linnsean Genera of Insects. London, 1821. 12mo. with tt coloured plates, published at J/. 10s.
Index Testaceologicus: or, a Catalogue of Shells, British and Foreign, arranged according to the Linnasan System; with the Latin and English Names, References to Authors, and Places where round, llhuIrated with 2,300 Figures. Second Edition corrected and revised. London, 1828. Svo. plain, 2/. 12s. 6d, coloured, 51. 5s.
Supplement to the Index Testaceologicus, Illustrated with 480 Figures. London, 1828. STM. plain, 12s. ml. coloured, 1/. 10s.
A List of the Plates of the Index Testaceologicus, with the Lamarckian Names adapted to the Figures in each Plate. Lond. 1829. Svo. 2s.
Woodall, John. Military and Domestique Surgery. London, 1C39. fol.
In the title-page is a portrait of the author by Q. Glover.
Woodard. Capt. David. The Narrative of Capt. David Woodard and four Seamen who lost their Ship while in a Boat at Sea, and surrendered themselves up to the Malays, in the Island of Celebes. London, 1804. 8vo.
With a portrait and maps. Hibbert, 8557, 4s. — 1805. Svo. 4s. This narrative gives many particulars respecting the produce, animals, inhabitants, Sic. of the western division of the isle.
Woodbridge.—The Statutes and Ordinances for the Government of the Aims-Houses in Woodbridge, published by Robert Loder. Woodbridge, 1792. 4to.
This volume consists of a title, preface, and list of subscribers, 2 leaves; genealogical Account of the family of Seckford, a folding leaf; biographical notices, 10 pages; the ordinances and statutes, 24 pages; table of contents, &c, 2 pages; and notes, 7 pages, also four plates.
Orders, Constitutions and Directions to be observed, for and concerning the Free School in Woodbridge. Printed by Robert Loder, 1785. 4to. Twelve pages.
The Terrier of Woodbridge, in the County of Suffolk and Diocese of Norwich. Printed by Robert Loder, 1787. 4to. Pp. 16, including title and introduction.
Woodburn, S. Ecclesiastical Topography. See London.
Wooddeson, Richard, D. C. L. A systematical View of the Laws of England; as treated of in a Course of Vinerian Lectures, read at Oxford, during a Series of Years, commencing in Michaelmas Term 1777. Lond. 1792-3.roy.8vo. 3vol.
Brockett, 3426, 21. 17l.
Woodks, Nathaniell. An ex
cellent new Comedie intituled the Conflict of Conscience. London, 1581. 4to.
I, in fours. Roxburghe, 6050, two leaves reprinted, 6f. 6s.
Woodford, Samuel, D.D. Paraphrase upon the Canticles, &c. London, 1679. 8vo.
Nassau, pt. ii. 1287, 2s. Pine and Thick Paper. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 864, morocco, W. 1 Is. 6d. In this work will be found an examination of Milton's blank verse, and a proper tribute to the sweetness of his language in the Paradise Lost.
Woodhouse, John Chappel, D.D. Annotations on the Apocalypse or Revelation of St. John: to which is prefixed a concise View of the Evidence for the Authenticity and Divine Inspiration of the Apocalypse, together with a Vindication of it from the Objections of J. D. Michaelis. London, 1828. 8vo.
This publication is designed to complete the series of Annotations on the New Testament by Elsley and Dr. Slade.
— Peter. The Flea: sic parua componeremagnis. Lond. 1605.4to.
D 5, in fours, 18 leaves. A copy of this dull poem is in Earl Spencer's library. Inglis' Old Plays, 8, II. 15s.
— Robert. A Treatise on plane and spherical Trigonometry. London, 1809. 8vo.
A very valuable work. — 1812. 8vo. — 1819. 8ro. — The fourth Edition, corrected, altered and enlarged. Cambr. 1822. Svo. Notices of this treatise will be found in the Edinburgh Review, xvii. 12235, and Quarterly Review, iv. 392-402.
An elementary Treatise on Astronomy. Cambridge, 1812-18. Svo. 2 vols. — 1821. 8vo. 2 vols.
Woodhouselee, Lord. See Tytler, Alex. Fraser.
Woodman and Mutlow. A Topographical Survey of the Counties of Stafford, Chester and Lancaster, Nantwich, 1787. 8vo.
Pp. 118, not including title and dedication, also 3 maps and plates (8, 8 and 16) of arms of Staffordshire, Cheshire, and Lancashire.
Woodroffb, Benjamin, D. D. Defensio Reformationis et Reformatorum adversus Calumnias Franc. Foris Otrokoesi. Oxon. 1700. 4to.
With portrait of Woodrow. Bindley, pt. iv. 1024, 6s.
Woods, George. An Account of the past and present State of the Isle of Man. Lond. 1811. 8vo. 7s. Dent.pt. ii. 1134, 19s.
— Joseph. Letters of an Architect from France, Italy and Greece. Lond. 1828. 8vo. 2 vols.
With plates, Large Paper, in 4to. with proofs on India paper, published at 5/. 5s.
Woodstock. — The Woodstock Scuffle: or, most dreadfull Aparitions, that were lately seen in the Mannor-house of Woodstock, near Oxford, to the great Terror and wonderfull Amazement of all there that did behold them. 1649. 4to.
A poem, written in ridicule of the contractors, or parliament commissioners, who went to sell the late king's lands, &c. at Woodstock.
The just Devil of Woodstock. London, 1649. 4to. This tract was printed in Dec. 1660. See Wood's Athena; Oxonienses.
Woodvllle, William, M.D. Medical Botany. London, 1790-1.
Ho. 4 vols.
With coloured plates. Hibbert, 8686, 8/. 6s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1537, russia, 51. White Knights, 4622, 5/. 15s. 6d.
Woodward, G. M. Eccentric Excursions, or literary and pictorial Sketches of Countenance, Character, and Country, in different Parts of England and South Wales, interspersed with curious Anecdotes. London, 1796. 4to.
Pp. 220, with coloured prints. Duke of York, 5509, date 1816, 21.
— Hezekiah. The King's Chronicle, in two Sections. London, 1643. 4to. 7s. Gd.
Dedicated to the High Court of Parliament. An account of this presbyterian puritan will be found in Wood's Athenoe Oxonienses.
— John, M.D. An Essay toward a Natural History of the Earth. London, 1695. 8vo.
An answer to this work was published in 1697, written by Dr. Arbuthnot. — 1702. vo. — 1723. 8vo. — 1726. 8vo.
Remarks upon the ancient and present
State of London, occasioned by some Roman Urns, Coins, and other Antiquities lately discovered (near Bishopsgate). In two Letters to Sir Christopher Wren and Thomas Hearne (by i. Woodward). The third Edition. Lond. 1723. 8vo. Fifty-six pages.
— 1713. 8vo. Nassau, pt. ii-1289, 5s. This tract originally appeared at the end of the eighth volume of Leland's Itinerary, and was reprinted at London and Oxford in 171J and 1723, in 8vo., also in the Somers Collection of Tracts.
Fossils of all Kinds digested into a Method. London, 1728. 8vo.
Natural History of English Fossils. 1729. 8vo. 2 vols.
— Josiah, D.D. Fair Warnings to a careless World. London, 17oS.
With plates. Williams, 18SS, Ss. 6d.
— 1707. 8vo.
Woolfe, Abraham. The Tyranny of the Dutch against the English. London, 1C58. 8vo.
Pp 86, with frontispiece, containing portrait of Woolfe, by Vaughan. Dedicated to Oliver Cromwell. Nassau, pt, ii. 12SS, date 1660, 7s.
Woolnoth. W. A graphical Illustration of the Metropolitan Cathedral Church of Canterbury .... By W. Woolnoth. Lond. 1816. 4to.
Pag. 174, not including title and dedication to the Abp. of Canterbury, 2 leaves; preface, errata, directions to the binder, and list of subscribers, 4 pages, also 20 plates. Large Paper, with proof plates. Brocket!, 3409, russia, it. Large Paper, with proofs on India paper.
Woolston, Thomas. Six Discourses on the Miracles, and two Defences of them. Lond. 1727-30.
8vo. 2 vols.
Willett, 2607, 14s. In Leland's View of the Deistical Writers, and in Fabricius' Lux Evangelica, will be found a list of the authors who answered Woolston.
The Life of Thomas Woolston, with an impartial Account of his Writings. London, 1733. 8vo. 3s. 6d. Bindley, pt- iii. 1909, with various tracts by Woolston, in 5 vols, morocco, 21. 17s. resold Hibbert, 8651, N. 2s. 6d.
Worcester, Henry Somerset, Marquis of. The Century of Inventions of the Marquis of Worcester, from the original MS. with historical and explanatory Notes, and a biographical Memoir, by C. F. Partington. London, 1825. 12mo. 7s. 6d.
A valuable, curious and amusing little work, with excellent notes. — London, 1663. 24mo. 91 pages. Willett, 2608, 10s. Bindley, pt. iv. 495, IN. Nassau, pt. ii. 1292, 13s. Baker, 70S, 13s. Dent, pt. ii. 1137, morocco, ll. Hibbert, 8652, morocco, 21. 2s. This edition is reprinted in the fourth volume of the Harleian Miscellany.
— 1746. White Knights, 5506, morocco, 19s. — 1748. Bindley, pt. iv. 49C, with ms. additions, 7s. 6d. — 1763. White Knights, 5508, morocco, 7s. — Glasgow, 1767. lSino. 3s. Bindley, pt. iv. 876, 4s. Reed, 1642, 10s. White Knights, 5507, morocco, 16s. — 1786. 18mo. — By Buddie. Newcastle, 1813. Brocket!, 3294,If.
Worcester's Apothegms or witty Sayings of the lit. Hon. Henry late Marquis and Earl of Worcester, Ike. London, 1650. 12mo. This volume has a curious woodcut representing King Charles with the Marquis of Worcester, and a third person standing behind the king holding a drawn sword.
In the British Museum is a folio broadside signed Worcester, in which he gives a description of his 'Stupendous Water-Commanding Engine boundless for Height and Quantity.'
See Apophthegms. Bayly, Thomas.
Worcester.—Sketch of the Antiquities of the ancient City of Worcester. London, sm. 8vo.
Pp. 16, with 14 views on 3 plates.
Briefe Discourse of two of the most cruell and bloudie Murders, committed bothe in Worcestershire. London, 1583. 16mo. A copy is in the British Museum.
Words made visible, or Grammar and Rhetorick accommodated to the Lives of Men. Lond. 1C79. 8vo.
By Samuel Shaw. Reed, 172, 4s. 6d.
— 1683. 8vo.
Wordsworth, Christopher, D.D. Ecclesiastical Biography; or, Lives of eminent Men, connected with the History of Religion in England; from the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution, selected and illustrated with Notes. Lond. 1810. 8vo. 6 vols.
Bindley, pt. iii. 1903, 21. 10s. — Lond. 1818. 8vo. 6 vols. Drury, 4590, 3/. 6s.
Sermons on various Subjects. London, 1814. 8vo. 2 vols.
Who wrote Eikon Basilike? with a documentary Supplement. Lond. 1824-5. 8vo.
King Charles the first the Author of Eikon Basilike further proved. 8vo.
— William, Poems. London, 1820. 4 vols.
Hibbert, 8653, 1/. 4s.
Work for none but Angels and Men: that is, to be able to look into, and to know ourselves (in Verse). Sould by T. Jenner, 1653, 4to.
Sir John Davies' Nosce teipsum, reprinted and adorned with cuts. Lloyd, 1346, 21. 10s. — 1655. 4to. — 1658. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 1540, M. 4s.
Works of celebrated Authors. London, 1750. 12mo. 3 vols. Heath, 1782, 18s. (id.
Works of the Author of the Whipping-Tom. 1723.
Hibbert, MM, 2s.
Works of the Earls of Rochester, Roscommon and Dorset. 1757. 12mo.
With plates. Field, 1671, lis. Works of the Learned.—The Works of the Learned, or an Historical Account and Impartial Judgment of Books newly printed, both Foreign and Domestick, to be published monthly. By J. De la Crose, a late author of the Universal Historical Bibliotheque. London, 1691-2. 4to.
Pp. 398, with two indexes. The first number was published in Aug. 1691, and the last in April, 1692.
The History of the Works of the Learned, or an impartial Account of Books, lately printed in all Parts of Europe, with a particular Relation of the State of Learning in each Country. Done by several hands. London, 1699-1712. 4to. 13 vols, and one number of vol. 14.
The History of the Works of the Learned, giving a general View of the State of Learning throughout Europe, and containing an impartial Account and accurate Abstracts of the most valuable Books published in G. Britain and Foreign Parts. Interspersed with Dissertations on several curious and entertaining Subjects, critical Reflections, and Memoirs of the most eminent Writers in all Branches of polite Literature. London, 1737-43. 8vo. 14 vols. This work commenced in January, 1737, and was continued, without intermission, until the end of the year 1743.
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