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Norfolk (Thomas, Duke of)—see Jardine.
NoRMANDIE. Le grand Coustumier du Pays et Duché de Normandie.
Folio. Rouen, 1523.
NorMANNoru.M Historiae Scriptores.—see Duchesne.
Norris (H. H.) The origin, progress, and existing circumstances, of the

London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews. 8° London, 1825. (Sir John) and Sir Francis Drake. A Discourse of the Portugall Voyage, 1589.-Purchas's Voyages, vol. 4. North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal; vols. 1 to 47, 1822 to 1843; with Index to the first 25 vols. 47 vols. 8° Boston. North Briton (The) by John Wilkes, Charles Churchill, and others; illustrated with Notes. 4 vols. 12° London, 1772. North (Hon. Roger) Examen: or, an Inquiry into the credit and veracity of a pretended Complete History [White Kennet's]. 4° London, 1740. Norths (The) Lives of Francis, Baron Guilford, Sir Dudley, and Dr. John North, by the Hon. Roger North; with Notes and Illustrations [by H. Roscoe]. 3 vols. 8° London, 1826.

NorthBRooke (John) A Treatise against Dicing, Dancing, Plays, Interludes, and other idle Pastimes; with an Introduction, and Notes, by J. P. Collier. (Shakespeare Society.) 8° London, 1843.

NorthLEigh (John) Travels through France, with historical Observations.—Harris's Voyages, vol. 2.

NorvegicoRUM Regum Historia, conscripta à Snorrio Sturla Filio, access. Historiae Suerreri, Haconis, Guttormi, Ingii, Haconis Haconidae, et Regis Magni [Island. Dan. et Latiné], curis G. Schöning, Thorlacii et Werlauff, cum Indicibus. 6 vols. in 3. fol. Hauniae, 1777–1826.

Norway.—see Sweden.

Norwood (Colonel) Voyage to Virginia.-Churchill's Voyages, vol. 6.

Relations of the Summer Islands, taken out of Richard Norwood's Map and Notes thereto, printed 1622.-Purchas's Voyage, vol. 4.

Nothomb (M.) Essai historique et politique, sur la Révolution Belge. 8° Bruxelles, 1834.

Nott (G. F.) Religious Enthusiasm considered; in Eight Sermons, at the Bampton Lecture in 1802. 8° Oxford, 1803.

see Busone da Gubbio.

Noue (François de la) Ses Mémoires.—Petitot, Coll. des Mémoires, 1* Série, tome 34.

Novelists (British)—see Barbauld.

NovelLE Italiane.—see Raccolta.
Nowell (Dean Alexander) Life, by Ralph Churton. 8° Oxford, 1809.
NUGENT (Lord)—see Hampden, D'Israeli, and Southey.

NUMISMATIC Journal ; from the commencement in 1836 to 1838. 2 vols. 8° London. Chronicle; from the commencement in 1838 to 1843. 5 vols. 8° London. G G

NUNEz (Alvaro) Relatione che egli fece, di quello che intervenne nell’ Indie all' Armata dell' anno 1527 al 1536.-Ramusio, tomo 3.

Relation.—Purchas's Voyage, vol. 4.

NUNEz DE TABOADA (M. E.) Diccionario Frances-Español y EspañolFrances. 2 vols. 8° Paris, 1826.

NURSERY Rhymes of England, collected principally from oral tradition; edited by J. O. Halliwell. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1842.

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OAKELEY (Francis) Remarks upon the Aristotelian and Platonic Ethics. 8° Oxford, 1837.

Whitehall Sermons. 8° Oxford, 1839. OAKLEY (Benjamin)—see Shakspeare. OBERLINUs (J. J.)—see Tacitus.

O'BRIEN (J.) An Irish-English Dictionary, edited by Robert Daly. 8° Dublin, 1832.

Ocho A (Eugenio de) Tesoro de los Poemas Espanoles. 8° Paris, 1840. Ocios de Espanoles emigrados, 1824–27. 7 vols. 8° Londres.

O'Connell (Daniel) Observations on Corn Laws, on Political Pravity and Ingratitude, and Clerical and Personal Slander, in reply to the Earl of Shrewsbury's second Letter to A. L. Phillipps. 8° Dublin, 1842.

Special Report of the Proceedings in the case of the Queen against Daniel and John O'Connell, Thomas Steele, and others, in the Queen's Bench, Ireland, on an Indictment for Conspiracy; edited by John Flanedy. 8° Dublin, 1844.

O'Conor (Carolus) Rerum Hibernicarum Scriptores Veteres; continentes Prolegomena, Annales Tigernachi, Inisfalenses, Buelliani, Iv. Magis

trorum et Ultonienses, cum Indice Generali. 4 vols. 4° Buckinghamiae, 1814–26.

(Charles)] Dissertations on the Antient History of Ireland,

wherein an account is given of the Origine, Government, Letters,

Sciences, Religion, &c. of the antient Inhabitants. 8° Dublin, 1753.

see O'Flaherty.

O'CRoly (David) An Inquiry into the principal points of difference, real or imaginary, between the two Churches [of England and Rome]. 8° Dublin, 1835.

ODoN DE DEUIL.-see Louis VII.

O'Donov AN (James) The Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many, commonly called O'Kelly's Country; with a Translation and Notes. (Irish Archaeological Society.) 4° Dublin, 1843.

(John)—see Banquet.

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OEDER (G. C.) Icones Plantarum in regnis Daniae et Norvegia, ad illust. Flora Danica, continuatae à Müller, Wahl, et Hornemann. Vols. 1–10. fol. Hafniae, 1766–1823.

OFFLEYs of Norton.—see Hunter.

O'FLAHERTY (Rodericus) Ogygia; seu Rerum Hibernicarum Chronologia, expervetustis Monumentis eruta. 4° Londini, 1685.

O'FLAHERTY (Rodericus) Ogygia vindicated against Sir G. Mackenzie; with Dissertation on the Scots, and Notes by C. O'Conor. 8° Dublin, 1775. OKEY (Charles) A concise Digest of the Law of Usage and Custom affecting the commercial and civil intercourse of Great Britain and France. 8° Paris, 1837. Old Ballads, from early printed copies of the utmost rarity, now for the first time collected; edited by J. P. Collier. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1840. [OLDFIELD (T. H. B.)] A complete History of the Boroughs of Great Britain and the Cinque Ports. 2 vols. 8° London, 1794. [OLDMIxos (John)] The Critical History of England, ecclesiastical and civil. 8° London, 1724. Another Edition. 2 vols. 8° London, 1728–30. | Clarendon, and Whitlock, compared; with a Comparison between the History of the Rebellion and other histories of the Civil War. 8° London, 1727. Oldys (W.)—see Raleigh. OLEvano (Gio. Battista) Trattato del modo di ridurre a pace ogni sorte di privata Inimicitia, nata per cagion d’Honore. 4° Venetia, 1603. OLIM (Les); ou, Registres des Arrêts rendus par la Cour du Roi, sous les regnes de Saint-Louis, Philippe-le-Hardi, Philippe-le-Bel, Louisle-Hutin, et de Philippe-le-Long; publiés par le Comte Beugnot. 2 vols. 4° Paris, 1842. Olivetus (Josephus)—see Cicero. O'MéARA (B.E.)—see Las Cases. ONGARo (Antonio) Alceo.—Parnaso Italiano, tomo 24. OPIE (John) Lectures on Painting, delivered at the Royal Academy of Arts, to which is prefixed a Memoir of Mrs. Opie. 4° Lond. 1809. OPPLANUs. Cynegetica et Halleutica, Gr. et Lat., emendavit, cum Notis, Anecdota, et Indice, J. G. Schneider. 8° Lipsiae, 1813. ORAM (Samuel Marsh) Poems.-British Poets, vol. 73. ORANGE (William I., Prince of) Apology, in answer to the King of Spain's Proscription, 1581–Phenix, vol. 1, No. 13. ORAtoREs Attici. Antiphon, Andocides, Lysias, Isocrates, Isaeus, Dinarchus, Lycurgus, AEschines, Demades, et Demosthenes, ex recensione Imm. Bekkeri; cum Reiskii Indicibus Graecitatis, cura T. Mitchell. 9 vols. 8° Oxonii, 1823–28. ORBIGNY (Alcide d') Voyage dans l’Amérique Méridionale (le Brésil, la République de l’Urugay, la République Argentine, la Patagonie, et les Républiques du Chili, de Bolivia, et du Pérou), exécuté pendant les années 1826–33. 6 vols. 4° Paris, 1835–44. ORDo Divini Officii recitandi Missamgue celebrandi, in usum Cleri Saecularis Hibernici, pro anno 1835. 12° Dublini. O'Reilly (Edward)—see Transactions of Iberno-Celtic Society. ORELLIUs (Jo. Casp.) Inscriptionum Latinarum Selectarum Collectio, ad illustrandam Romanam Antiquitatem, cum Notis et Indicibus, 2 vols. 8° Turici, 1828. ORFoRD (Horace, Earl of)—see Walpole. — (Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of) Memoirs of his Life and Administration; with his original Correspondence and authentic Papers, by William Coxe. 3 vols. 4° London, 1798.

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ORIENTAL Translation Fund.—see Transactions.
ORIGEN (An Account of) and his chiefest Opinions.—Phenix, vol. 1, No. 1.
ORLéANs (Gaston, Duc d’) Mémoires; contenant ce qui s'est passé en

France de plus considérable, depuis 1608 jusqu'en 1636.-Petitot, Coll. des Mémoires, 2* Série, tome 31.

Gallery. Catalogue historique et descriptif des Tableaux appar

tenans au Duc d'Orléans. 4 vols. 8° Paris (privately printed),

1823–26.

(Mémoires concernant la Pucelle d') dans lesquels se trouvent plusieurs particularités du régne de Charles vii., 1422–29.-Petitot, Coll. des Mémoires, 1* Série, tome 8.

ORME (Robert) A History of the British Military Transactions in Indostan, from 1745 to 1761; with Historical Fragments of the Mogul Empire from 1659, Origin of the Company's Trade at Broach and Surat, and an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author. 4 vols. 4° London, 1780–1805.

(William)—see Baxter.

ORMERod (George) History of the County Palatine and City of Chester,

with Appendix and General Index. 3 vols. fol. London, 1819. The Stanley Legend; a Genealogical Memoir, illustrative of the early traditional connexion of Boteler of Amounderness, FitzAilward, Lathom, and Stanley. 8° Westminster (privately printed), 1839. Tracts relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War, commencing with the removal of the Earl of Derby from his lieutenancy of Lancashire, and terminating with his execution at Bolton. (Chetham Society.) 4° 1844. (T. J.) Outlines of the History of Theology. 8° London (privately printed), 1844.

ORMoND (Marquis of) Letters.-see Clanricarde.
ORMoNDE. History of the Life of James, Duke of Ormonde, by Thomas

Carte, with a Collection of Letters concerning State Affairs. 3 vols. fol. London, 1736.

A Collection of original Letters and Papers, concerning the Affaires of England from 1641 to 1660, found among the Duke of Ormonde's Papers, published by T. Carte. 2 vols. 8° Lond. 1739.

Orosius. The Anglo-Saxon Version, by Ælfred the Great; with an English Translation from the Anglo-Saxon [by Daines Barrington]. 8° London, 1773.

ORPHEUs. The Mystical Hymns, translated by T. Taylor. 8° Chiswick, 1824.

Osborn (Francis) Works; viz. Advice to a Son, Reflections on the Turks, Memoirs on Queen Elizabeth and King James, and Miscellany of Paradoxes. 8° London, 1701.

Ossian. The Poems, translated by J. Macpherson. 2 vols. 8° London, 1773.

OstroGoths. Laws.-Canciani, Leges Barbarorum, vol. 1.

OTRANTE (Le Duc d’)—see Fouché.
Otter (William)—see Clarke.
Orterbour.NE (Thomas) Chronica.-see Hearne.

Ottley (William Young) The Italian School of Design, being FacSimiles of Original Drawings by the most eminent Painters of Italy, with Biographical Notices. Folio. London, 1823. An Inquiry into the Origin and Early History of Engraving upon Copper and in Wood; with an Account of Engravers and their Works, from Maso Finiguerra to Marc'Antonio Raimondi. 2 vols. 4° London, 1816.

Otto (Friedrich) History of Russian Literature, with a Lexicon of Russian Authors. 8° Oxford, 1839.

OTwAY (Thomas) Works. 3 vols. 12° London, 1768.

OUDENDoRP (Fr.)—see Frontinus, and Lucanus.
OUDNEY (Dr.)—see Denham.

Ouseley (Sir William) Catalogue of several hundred Manuscript Works, in various Oriental Languages, collected by Sir W. Ouseley. 4° London (privately printed), 1831.

OUTHIER (The Abbé Regnauld) Journal of a Voyage to the North, in 1736–37.-Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 1.

OUTRAM (Major James) Rough Notes of the Campaign in Sinde and Afghanistan, in 1838–39. 12° London, 1840.

OvALLE (Alonso de) Historical Relation of the Kingdom of Chile, 1646. —Churchill's Voyages, vol. 3; Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 14.

Overberg (A Memoir of Bernard) with a short account of the system

of National Education in Prussia, by Professor Schubert; translated. 12° London, 1838.

Over BURY (Sir Thomas) Observations in his Travels, upon the state of the Seventeen Provinces, in 1609.-Harl. Coll. of Voyages, vol. 1.

OvIDIUs. Opera Omnia, ex edit. Burmanni, cum Notis in usum Delphini et
Variorum, recensu Editionum et Indice (in vols. 8 & 9). 9 vols. 8°
Londini, 1821.
The Art of Love, Epistles, and Metamorphoses, translated.—
Dryden's Works, vol. 12.
The Metamorphoses, translated by Dr. Garth and others.-
British Poets, vols. 94 & 95.
Le Metamorfosi, ridotte da Giovanni Andrea dell'Anguillara, in
Ottava rima. 3 vols. 8° Milano, 1805.

OvIEpo (Gonzalo F. d’) Historia dell' Indie Occidentali.-Ramusio, tomo 3.

Summarie, and General Historie of the Indies.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 3.

Navigatione del fiume Maragnon, posto sopra la terra firma dell’ Indie occidentali.-Ramusio, tomo 3.

Owen (Richard) Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the Invertebrate Animals. 8° London, 1843.

Memoir on the Pearly Nautilus, with Illustrations. 4° London, 1832. (William) A Dictionary of the Welsh Language; with a Grammar. 2 vols. 4° London, 1803.

(Capt. W. F. W.) Narrative of Voyages to explore the Shores of Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar. 2 vols. 8° London, 1833.

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