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Elliott (Charles) The Life of Hafizool-Moolk, Hafiz Rehmut Khan, written by his Son, the Nuwab Moost'ujab Khan Buhadoor, and entitled Goolistan-i-Rehmut ; abridged and translated. — (Orient. Transl. Fund.) 8° London, 1831. Elliotson (John) Human Physiology; with the Elementary Part of Blumenbach Institutiones Physiologicae. 8° London, 1840. Numerous Cases of Surgical Operations without pain, in the Mesmeric state. 8° London, 1843. Ellis (George) Specimens of the early English Poets. 8° Lond. 1790. Specimens of the early English Poets; with an historical Sketch of the rise and progress of the English Poetry and Language. 3 vols. 8° London, 1811. Specimens of early English Metrical Romances; with an historical Introduction, intended to illustrate the rise and progress of Romantic composition in France and England. 3 vols. 8° Lond. 1811. (Sir Henry) A General Introduction to Domesday Book; with Indexes of the Tenants in Chief, and Under Tenants, &c. 2 vols. 8° London, 1833. Original Letters illustrative of English History, from Autographs in the British Museum; with Notes and Illustrations. Both Series. 7 vols. 8° London, 1824–27. Original Letters of Eminent Literary Men of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries; with Notes and Illustrations. (Camden Society.) 4° London, 1843. (John) A briefe Note written by John Ellis, one of the Captaines with Sir Richard Hawkins, in his Voyage through the Straits of Magellan, 1593.-Purchas's Voyages, vol. 4. Natural History of curious and uncommon Zoophites, arranged and described by Daniel Solander. 4° London, 1786. (The) Correspondence. Letters written during 1686, 7, and 8, and addressed to John Ellis; comprising many particulars of the Revolution, and anecdotes illustrative of the history and manners of those times, edited by Lord Dover. 2 vols. 8° London, 1829. (T.F.)—see Adolphus. Ellison (Henry) Mad Moments; or, First Verse attempts, by a BornNatural. 2 vols. 12° London, 1839. Touches on the Harp of Nature. 12° London, 1839. El-MAs'UDI-see Sprenger (Aloys). ELMHAM (Thomas de)—see Hearne. ELPHINstone (Hon. Mountstuart) The History of India. 2 vols. 8° London, 1841. Account of Caubul, and its dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and India. 4° London, 1815. ElsyNGE (Henry) The Manner of holding Parliaments in England. 8° London, 1768. Elton. Lady Alice; a Ballad Romance. 12° London, 1842.

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EMIGRATION. The Report of the Select Committee on Emigration, 1826. 8° Lond. 1827.


EMPEDocLEs. De Vita et Philosophia ejus exposuit, Carminum Reliquias ex antiq. script. collegit, et Praefationem et Indices adjecit M. F. Sturz. 2 vols. 8° Lipsiae, 1805.

EMPOLI (Giovanni da) Viaggio fatto nell' India, 1503. – Ramusio, tomo 1.

ENcyclopædia Britannica; or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and general Literature: the seventh edition, with Preliminary Dissertations on the History of the Sciences, Additions, including the late Supplement, and a general Index. Edited by Macvey Napier. 21 vols. 4° Edinburgh, 1842. Metropolitana; or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge, on the twofold plan of a philosophical and alphabetical arrangement. Edited by E. Smedley. 25 vols. 4° London, 1815–44.

see Conversations-Lexicon, Penny Cyclopaedia, and Rees.

ENDLIchER (Steph.) De Ulpiani Institutionum Fragmento in Bibl. Vindobonensi reperto. 8° Windobonae, 1835.

ENGELMANN (Wilhelm) Bibliothek der neueren Sprachen; oder Verzeichness der in Deutschland von 1800 erschienenen Grammatiken, Wörterbücher, &c., mit ausländischen Classikern. 8° Leipzig, 1842.

Bibliotheca Mechanico-technologica; oder, Verzeichniss der in âlterer und neuerer zeit, zu 1838, in Deutschland erschienenen Bücher tiber die mechanischen und technischen Künste, &c.; mit Supplement. 2 vols. 8° Leipzig, 1834-39.

ENGHIEN (Duc d') Mémoires historiques sur -sa catastrophe, par MM. Berville et Barrière. 8° Paris, 1824.

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ENGLAND (History of)—see Baker, Brady, Carte, Cunningham, Drake,
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Anglo-Saxon.—see Asserius, Orosius, Palgrave, Saxon Chronicle,
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Chronicles.—see Chronicles.
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Commonwealth (The)—see Godwin, Guizot, and Vaughan.
Constitutional.—see Hallam, Palgrave, and Russell.
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ENGLAND (History of), continued:–
Parliamentary.–see Burton, Cavendish, D'Ewes, Hansard, May,
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Particular Reigns.–see under the name of the Monarch.
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ENGLEFIELD (Sir H.) Description of the Picturesque beauties of the Isle of Wight; with Observations on the Strata of the Island by T. Webster. 4° London, 1816.

ENGLISHMAN's (An) Sketchbook, or Letters from New York. 12° New York, 1828.

ENGLIsHMEN (The Travels of four) and a Preacher [W. Biddulph, Jeffery Kirbie, E. Abbot, John Elkin, and Jasp. Tyon] into Africa, Asia, Troy, &c., to the Black Sea, in 1600–11.–Harl. Coll. of Voyages, vol. 1.

ENocH (Book of)–see Lawrence, and Murray (Ed.)

ENsLIN (T. C. F.) Bibliotheca Architectonica, oder Verzeichniss der bis 1824 in Deutschland erschienenen Bücher über die Baukunst. 8° Berlin, 1825.

Bibliotheca Auctorum Classicorum, et Graecorum et Latinorum; oder Verzeichniss derjenigen Ausgaben welche von 1700 zu 1830 in Deutschland erschienen sind; vermehrt von C. W. Löflund, mit Supplement. 2 vols. 8° Stuttgard, 1831–40.

Bibliotheca Historico-Geographica; oder, Verzeichniss aller von 1750 zu 1824 in Deutschland erschienenen Bücher, über Geschichte, &c. 8° Berlin, 1825.

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Bibliotheca Medico-Chirurgica et Pharmaceutico-Chemica; oder Verzeichniss der medizinischen, chirurgischen, und dergleichen Bücher, welche von 1750 zu 1840, in Deutschland erschienen sind; von Wilhelm Engelmann, mit Supplement. 2 vols. 8° Leipzig, 1838–41.

Bibliotheca Oeconomica; oder Verzeichniss der bis 1840 in Deutschland erschienenen Bücher über die Haus-und Landwirthschaft; von Wilhelm Engelmann. 8° Leipzig, 1841.

Bibliotheca Philologica; oder Verzeichniss derjenigen Grammatiken, Wörterbücher &c. zum studium der griechischen, lateinischen und orientalischen Sprachen, welche von 1750 zu 1839, in Deutschland erschienen sind; von Wilhelm Engelmann. 8° Leipzig, 1840. Bibliotheca Philosophica; oder Verzeichniss der von 1750 zu 1823, in Deutschland erschienenen Bücher über die Philosophie. 8° Berlin, 1824.

Enslin (T. C. F.) Bibliotheca Theologica; oder Verzeichniss aller bis 1831 in Deutschland erschienenen Werke iber die Theologie; von C. W. Löflund. 8° Stuttgard, 1833.

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Wilhelm Engelmann. 8° Leipzig, 1843.

Bibliothek der schönen Wissenschaften; oder Verzeichniss der vorzüglichsten, bis zur Mitte des Jahres 1836, in Deutschland erschienenen Romane, Gedichte, Schauspiele, &c.; von Wilhelm Engelmann. 8° Leipzig, 1837.

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EPICTETI Enchiridion et Fragmenta.-see Arrianus.

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Life, with Remarks on his Works, and Appendix containing extracts from him and other writers, by John Jortin. 3 vols. 8° London, 1808.

see Colet. ERCILLA (Alonso) La Araucana.-Ochoa Tesoro.

ERFURDT (C. G.)—see Ammianus Marcellinus.
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ETATs Généraux. Procès Verbaux.-see France.
ETHElwerDUs. Chronica.-see Savile Scriptores.
Etheregr (Sir George) Dramatic Works. 12° London, 1735.
ETHIoP1c DIDAscALIA.—see Platt.

EUCLID. Quae supersunt Omnia, ex recens. D. Gregorii, Gr. et Lat. Folio. Oxonii, 1703.

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