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Oxford. Statutes of Corpus Christi, All Souls', and Magdalen Colleges; with the Life of Bishop Fox; translated by G. R. M. Ward. 3 vols. in 1. 8° Oxford, 1840–43.

Statutes of Magdalen College, translated by G. R. M. Ward. 8°

Oxford, 1840.

University Calendar; from 1824. 12° Oxford.

A Catalogue of all the Graduates who have regularly proceeded, or been created, in the University of Oxford, from 1659 to 1820. 8° Oxford, 1815–20.

OxNAM (John) Enterprise in the South Seas, in 1575.-Burney's Discoveries in the South Seas, vol. 1.

P. (S. of Cambridge) Account of the New Sect of Latitude Men, 1662.
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PAchyMEREs (Georgius) De Michaele et Andronico Palaeologis [Gr. et
Lat. cum P. Possini Observationibus et Indice] recognovit Imm.
Bekker. (Script. Byzant.) 2 vols. 8° Bonnae, 1835.
PAGE (Francis) The Principle of the English Poor Laws illustrated and
defended. 8° London, 1830.
(James R.) Ireland: its evils traced to their source. 12° London,
The Position of the Church of England in the Catholic World,
suggested by a perusal of No.90 of the “Tracts for the Times.” 8°
London, 1844.
PAGI (Ant.) Critica in Baronii Annales.—see Baronius.

PAILLET (J. B. J.)—see France: Manuel de Droit.

PAIN (The) and Sorrow of Evil Marriage, from an unique copy, printed by Wynkyn de Worde. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1840.

PAINE (Thomas) Tracts: Rights of Man; Prospects of the War and Paper Currency; and Common Sense. 8° London, 1791–93. PAINTER (William). The Palace of Pleasure beautified, adorned, and well furnished with pleasant Histories and excellent Novels, very requisite for delight and profit; edited, with Life, by Joseph Haslewood. 3 vols. 4° London, 1813. PAINTERs (Biographical Memoirs of extraordinary) [by W. Beckford.] 12° London, 1824. PALFoRoy AicA; or, Disquisitions inquiring whether the Hellenistic style [of the New Testament] is not Latin-Greek? [by John Black.] 8° London, 1822. PALESTINE (Description of)—Conder's Modern Traveller, vol. 1. PALEY (Archdeacon William) Works, with Additional Sermons, and account of his Life and Writings, by Edmund Paley. 6 vols. 8° London, 1830. Natural Theology; illustrated, by Lord Brougham. 3 vols. 8° London, 1835. Moral Philosophy defended.—see Nevile.

Horae Paulinae.—see Tate.

PALGRAve (Sir Francis) History of the Anglo-Saxons. 12° Lond. 1831.

The Rise and Progress of the English Commonwealth: AngloSaxon Period. 2 vols. 4° London, 1832.

PALGRAVE (Sir Francis)—see Records.
PALINGENESIA: the World to come. 8° Paris, 1824.

PALLADio (Andrew) Four Books of Architecture, by J. Ware. Folio. London, 1738.

PALLADIUs.—see Rei Rusticae.

PALLAs (P. S.) Voyages en différentes provinces de Russie, et dans l'Asie septentrionale, traduits par Gauthier de la Peyronie; avec un Atlas de planches. 6 vols. 4° Paris, 1788–93. Voyages dans les Gouvernemens méridionaux de Russie, en 1793 et 1794, traduits par Delaboulaye et Tonnelier; avec un Atlas de planches. 3 vols. 4° Paris, 1805. PALMER (C. J.) Illustrations of Domestic Architecture in England, temp. Queen Elizabeth, as exemplified in the House of J. D. Palmer, at Great Yarmouth. 4° London (privately printed), 1838. (Edward) Glyphography; or Engraved Drawing, for printing at the Type Press, after the manner of Woodcuts. 12° London, 1843. (William) Origines Liturgicae; or, Antiquities of the English Ritual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies. 2 vols. 8° Oxford, 1836. On the Church of Christ. 2 vols. 8° Oxford, 1839. PAM Bour (Le Comte de) Theory of the Steam Engine, with an Appendix. 8° London, 1839. Practical Treatise on Locomotive Engines; with an Appendix, shewing the expense of conveying Goods on Railroads. 8° London, 1840. PAMPHLETEER (The); from the commencement in 1813 to 1824. 24 vols. 8° London. PAMPHLETs.-see Second Part of Catalogue.

PANcIRollus (Guido) Res Memorabiles, sive Deperdita, et recens inventae, Notis H. Salmuth. 4° Francofurti, 1660. PANDolfini (Agnolo) Trattato del Governo della Famiglia; colla Vita del medesimo scritta da Bisticci. 8° Milano, 1802. PANEGYRICI Veteres, ex edit. Schwarzii et Arntzen, cum Notis in usum Delphini, Notis Varior. et Indicibus (in vol. 5). 5 vols. 8° Londini, 1828. PANTojA (Diego de) Letter to Father Luis de Guzman, written in Paquin, in 1602.-Purchas's Voyages, vol. 3. PANzANI (Gregorio) Memoirs of his Agency in England, in 1634–36; translated, with an Introduction, exhibiting the state of the English Catholic Church, by Joseph Berington. 8° Birmingham, 1793. PANzER (Georgius Wolfgangus) Annales Typographici, ab artis inventae origine ad annum 1500, post Maittairii, Denisii, aliorumque curas emendati; cum Supplementis et Indicibus. 11 vols. 4° Norimb. 1793. PAoli (Pascal) Memoirs.-see Boswell's Corsica.

PARDoE (Miss) The City of the Magyar; or, Hungary and her Institutions in 1839–40. 3 vols. 12° London, 1840,

PARENT-DuchATELET (A. J. B.) De la Prostitution dans la Ville de Paris. 2 vols. 8° Paris, 1838.

PARINI (Giuseppe) Poesie.—Parnaso, Ital. Viv., tomi 13, 14, & 24.

PARIs. Récherches Statistiques sur la Ville de Paris et la Departement de la Seine. 3 vols. 4° Paris, 1823–29. Réglemens sur les Arts et Métiers de Paris, rédigés au xiii' Siècle, et connus sous le nom du “Livre des Métiers d'Etienne Boileau;” publiés par G. B. Depping. 4° Paris, 1837. La Taille de Paris en 1313.-Buchon, Coll. des Chroniques, tome 9. Extraits des Séances de la Municipalité qui s'installa a l’Hôtel de Ville, 10 Août, 1792. (Mémoires des journées de Septembre.) 8° Paris, 1823. PARIs (J. A.) A Treatise on Diet: to establish Rules for the Prevention and Cure of the Diseases incident to the Digestive Functions. 8° London, 1828. Pharmacologia; an Inquiry into the Operations of Medicinal Bodies, upon which are founded the theory and art of Prescribing. 8° London, 1843. Philosophy in Sport, made Science in earnest. 12° London, 1833. Fifth Edition. 12° London, 1842. see Davy, and Maton. (Louis)—see Aubespine. (Matthaeus) Historia Major; juxta exemplar Londinense 1571, verbatim recusa: access. duorum Offarum Merciorum Regum, et

xxiii. Abbatum S. Albani Vitae, editore Will. Wats; cum var. Lect. et Indicibus. Folio. Londini, 1640. Continuation of the Jerusalem Expedition.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2. PARISH (Sir W.) Buenos Ayres, and the Provinces of the Rio de la Plata. 8° London, 1839. PARK (Sir James Allan) A System of the Law of Marine Insurances. 2 vols. 8° London, 1817. see Stevens. (J. J.) The Dogmas of the Constitution: four Lectures on the Theory of the Constitution. 8° London, 1832.

(J. R.) Inquiry into the Laws of Animal Life, with an Outline of the Organs and Functions of the Human Body. 8° London, 1812.

(Mungo) Travels in the Interior of Africa, 1795–97, and 1805; with Appendix of Geographical Illustrations, by Major Rennell. 2 vols. 4° London, 1799. Another Edition, with Life. 2 vols. in 1. 4° London, 1816. Travels in Africa.-Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 16.

PARKER (John) The Passengers: containing the Celtic Annals. 8°

London, 1831.
(Martin) The King and a Poor Northern Man; or, Too Good to
be True. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1841.
(Matthaeus, Archiep. Cantuar.)] De Antiquitate Britannicæ
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Life and Acts, with Appendix of Records, by John Strype. 3
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PARKER (Bishop Samuel). History of his Own Time, translated by Thomas Newlin. 8° London, 1727.

(Captain William) Taking of St. Vincent and Puerto Bello,

February, 1601.-Purchas's Voyages, vol. 4.
PARKIN (John) Antidotal Treatment of the Epidemic Cholera. 8°

London, 1836. -
Traitement curatif du Choléra épidémique; traduit par M. F.
Dunal. 8° Paris, 1835.
Observaciones sobre la fisiologia y el tratamiento del Colera-
Morbo. 8° Valencia, 1835.

On the efficacy of Carbonic Gas in the Diseases of Tropical Climates. 8° London, 1836.

PARKINson (James) Organic Remains of a Former World; an Examination of the Mineralized Remains of the Vegetables and Animals of the Antediluvian World. 3 vols. 4° London, 1820. PARLIAMENT:Forms of Parliamentary Writs.-see Prynne. Parliamentary Writs, and Writs of Military Summons.—see Records. Parliamentary Debates and History.—see Hansard. Journals of the Parliaments of Queen Elizabeth.-see D'Ewes. Debates of the Unreported Parliament (1768–74)—see Cavendish. The Mirror of Parliament, from the commencement in 1828 to 1837, edited by J. H. Barrow. 36 vols. fol. London. Second Series, from 1837–41. 24 vols. 8° London. PARLIAMENT.—House of LoRDs:— On the Appellate Jurisdiction of the House of Lords.-see Macqueen, and Hale. Journals of the House of Lords, from 1509; with Calendar of the Journals, from 1509 to 1826 (2 vols.), and the General Index to 1819 (4 vols.) Folio. Rolls of Parliament; comprising the Petitions, Pleas, and Proceedings of Parliament, from 1278 to 1553; with Index to 1503, by John Strachey, John Pridden, and Edward Upham.

7 vols. Folio. Minutes of the Proceedings of the House of Lords, from 1838. Folio.

Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons.—see Hatsell.
Journals of the House of Commons, from 1547; with Index (7
vols.) to 1837. Folio.
Divisions of the House of Commons, for 1836–37–38. Folio.

Votes and Proceedings of the House of Commons, from 1834.


Catalogue of the Parliamentary Reports, and a Breviate of their
Contents; arranged under Heads, according to their Subjects,
1696–1837. Folio. London, 1834–37.
General Index to the Bills, Reports, Accounts, and other Papers,
printed by order of the House of Commons, from 1801–38.
2 vols. Folio. London, 1833–40.

Indexes to the Subject Matters of the Reports of the House of
Commons, 1801–34. 7 vols. Folio. London, 1834.
Reports not inserted in the Journals, from 1715 to 1800, with
Index. 16 vols. Folio. London, 1803.
Selected Reports of Committees, from 1796 to 1835. Folio.
Selected Reports, 1836–43. Folio.
Selected Reports, 1806–15. 4 vols. Folio.
On the Army and Navy, 1806–15. 2 vols. Folio.
Boundary Reports of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1832.
8 vols. Folio.
On the Bullion Question, 1810–11. Folio.
On Charities.—see Charities.
On the Civil List, 1812–15. Folio.
On East India Affairs, 1806–14. 7 vols. Folio.
On Education.—see Education.
On the Excise Establishment, 1833–37. 7 vols. Folio.
Reports on Finance, Revenue, &c. 20 vols. Folio—Viz.:
On the Revenue and Smuggling, 1763.
On Annuities granted to His Majesty, 1776–82.
On Public Accounts, from 1780-86.
On the Public Income and Expenditure, 1786–91.
On the Public Accounts, 1796–99.
On Finance, from 1797–98.
Proceedings of the Treasury Commissioners relating to the Public Revenue
- Aor the Sessions 1799–1800.
On the Suspension of Payments by the Bank, 1797.
Statement of a Plan of Finance proposed to Parliament in the year 1807.
On Finance, for 1811–12, 1817–18, 1824–25, 1830–31.
On the Finance Accounts of Great Britain, 1806–15. 4 vols.
On the State of the British Fisheries. Folio, 1785.
Foreign Policy, 1809–15. Folio.
On Irish Bogs, 1813–15. Folio.
On Irish Railways.-see Irish.
On the state of the King's Health. Folio, 1788.
On the Trade &c. of the Port of London. 2 vols. Folio, 1796.
On Miscellaneous Subjects, 1806–11. 2 vols. Folio.
On Miscellaneous Subjects, 1748. Folio.
Relating to Orders in Council, 1808–12. Folio.
On Public Petitions, from 1837. Folio.
On the Population.—see Population.
On the New Postage System.—see Postage.
On the Fees, Emoluments, &c., in Public Offices. Folio, 1793.
On the Slave Trade. 3 vols. Folio, 1789.
Relating to Spain and Portugal, 1808–11. Folio.
Relating to Walcheren, 1809. Folio.
PARLIAMENT. Papers presented to Parliament in 1808–11, and 1815, re-
specting America, Austria, Denmark, the Ottoman Porte, Russia,
Spain, and Portugal, the Expedition to the Scheldt, &c. 9 vols. 8°
London (privately printed), 1808–15.

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