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BEAwes (Wyndham) A Civil, Commercial, Political, and Literary History of Spain and Portugal. 2 vols. in 1. fol. London, 1793.

BeccARI (Agostino) Il Sacrificio, Favola Pastorale.—Parnaso Italiano, tomo 17.

BECHE—see De la Beche.

BEck (C. D.)—see Repertorium.

Beckford (William) Italy; with Sketches of Spain and Portugal. 2 vols. 8° London, 1834.

Recollections of an Excursion to the Monasteries of Alcobaça and

Batalha. 8° London, 1835.

Vathek, translated from the French. 8° London, 1816.

Vathek, an Arabian Tale: with Horace Walpole's Castle of Otranto, and Life: and M. G. Lewis's Bravo of Venice. 12° London, 1836.

BEcKIUs (Chr. D.)—see Aristophanes.

BECKMAN (John) A History of Inventions and Discoveries, translated by W. Johnston. 4 vols. 8° London, 1814.

BEDA (Venerab.) Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, cum reliquis
ejus Operibus Historicis; cura Joh. Smith. Lat. et Saxon. cum Vita,
Appendice et Indicibus. Folio. Cantab. 1722.
Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, ad fidem Codicum
Manuscriptorum recensuit Jos. Stevenson. (Engl. Hist. Society.) 8°
London, 1838.
Ecclesiastica Historia.—see Britann. Rer. Scriptores, p. 147.
The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation, translated from
Dr. Smith's Edition; with Life of the Author, and Notes [by Stevens].
8° London, 1723.
The Ecclesiastical History, revised and corrected from the trans-
lation of Mr. Stevens, by J. A. Giles. 8° London, 1840.
Opera Historica Minora, ad fidem Codicum Manuscriptorum
recensuit Jos. Stevenson. (English Hist. Society.) 8° London, 1841.
Bedford (John, Duke of) Correspondence, from the Originals at Woburn
Abbey; with an Introduction, by Lord John Russell. 3 vols. 8°
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see Hooker.
BEEchEY (Captain F. W.) Voyage to the Pacific and Beering's Strait,
1825–28. 4° London, 1831.
(H. W.) Proceedings of the Expedition to explore the Northern
Coast of Tripoli eastward, in 1821–2. 4° London, 1828.
BEERMAN (Daniel) A Voyage to and from the Island of Borneo.—
Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 11.
BEEveRELL (J.) Les Délices de la Grande Bretagne et de l'Irlande.
8 vols. 12° Leide, 1727.
BEHME (A.)—see Sepp.
BEILLARD (le Général)—see Bourrienne.
Bekker (Imm.)—see Plato, Herodianus, Aristophanes, Oratores Attici.
BelchER (Sir Edward) Narrative of a Voyage round the World, in H.M.
Ship Sulphur, 1836–42; including Details of the Naval Operations in
China. 2 vols. 8° London, 1843.

Belfour (F. C.) The Life of Sheikh Mohammed Ali Hazin, written by
himself in Persian; with English Translation and Notes. (Orient.
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The Travels of Macarius, Patriarch of Antioch, written by his
Attendant, Archdeacon Paul of Aleppo, translated. (Orient. Transl.
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BELGIUM. Compte de l'Administration de la Justice Criminelle en Bel-
gique, pendant les Années 1831–34. 4° Bruxelles, 1835.
Belidor (B. F. de) Cours de Mathématique à l'usage de l'Artillerie et
du Genie. 4° Paris, 1757.
La Science des Ingénieurs, dans la Conduite des travaux de
Fortification et d'Architecture Civile. 4° Paris, 1729.
Architecture Hydraulique. 4 vols. 4° Paris, 1737–53.
- Le Bombardier Français. 4° Paris, 1731.
BElisaRIUs. Life, by Lord Mahon. 8° London, 1829.
BELL (Sir Charles) The Hand, its Mechanism and Vital Endowments,
as evincing Design. 8° London, 1833.
Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting. 4°
London, 1806.
(G. M.) The Philosophy of Joint-Stock Banking. 8° Lond.
(H. N.) The Huntingdon Peerage; comprising an Account of
the Restoration of the Earldom, with a History of the House of
Hastings. 4° London, 1820.
(John) Travels from St. Petersburgh to divers parts of Asia, to
Ispahan, and to Pekin through Siberia, in 1716–22. 2 vols. 8°
Edinburgh, 1788.
Travels.-Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 7.
(John) Observations on Italy. 4° Edinburgh, 1825.
(R.) A History of Russia. 2 vols. 12° London, 1836.
(Thomas) History of British Quadrupeds, including the Cetacea.
8° London, 1837.
BELLAGUET (M. L.)—see Saint Denys.
BELLAY (Guillaume du) Seigneur de Langey. Les Ogdoades.—Petitot
Coll. des Mémoires, 1* Série, tomes 17–19.
(Martin) Les Mémoires, depuis l'an 1513, jusques au trespas du
Roy Francois I.-Petitot, Coll. des Mémoires, 1* Série, tome 17.
BELLENDENUs (Guliel.) De Statu libri tres, editio secunda [cum
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Free Translation of Dr. Parr's Preface [by W. Beloe]. 8°
London, 1788.
BELLINI (Lorenzo)—Raccolta di Prose.
BELoE (William) Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books. 6 vols.
8° London, 1814.
BElsh AM (Thomas) Elements of the Philosophy of the Mind, and of

Moral Philosophy; to which is prefixed, a Compendium of Logic. 8° London, 1801.

(William) History of Great Britain, from the Revolution, in 1688, to the termination of the Regency, 1820. 14 vols. 8° London, 1806–24.

Beltz (George Frederick) Memorials of the Order of the Garter, from its foundation to the present time; with Biographical Notices of the Knights in the Reigns of Edward III. and Richard II. 8° Lond. 1841.

BelvaceNsis (Vincentius) Relations received, from Frier Simon de Sancto Quintino.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 3.

BelzoNI (G.) Narrative of the Operations and Discoveries within the Pyramids, Temples, Tombs, and Excavations, in Egypt and Nubia. 4° London, 1821.

BEMBo (Il Card. Pietro) Opere. 12 vols. 8° Milano, 1808.
Istoria Veneziana.-see Veneziane.
Raccolta di Poesie Liriche, e di Prose.
BENEDICT (T.F.)—see Thucydides.
BENEDICTUS ABBAs, de Vita Henr. II.—see Hearne.
BENEvola; a Tale. 12° London, 1840.
BENINI (Vincenzo)—Raccolta di Poemi Didascalici.
BENIVIENI (Girolamo)—Raccolta di Poesie Rusticali.

BEN ISRAEL (Rabbi Menasseh) Vindicia Judaeorum; or, Answer to certain Questions touching the Reproaches cast on the Jews. Printed 1656.-Phenix, vol. 2, No. 24.

BEN-MUSA.—see Rosen (Fr.)

BENJAMIN (Rabbi) de Tudela. Travels through Europe, Asia, and Africa, from Spain to China, A.D. 1160 to 1173–Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 7; Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2; Harris's Voyages, vol. 1.

BENNETT (John W.) A Selection of the most remarkable and interesting Fishes found in Ceylon. 4° London, 1830.

BENort, Trouvère du xII Siècle. Chronique des Ducs de Normandie; publiée par Francisque Michel. 2 vols. 4° Paris, 1838.

BENson (Christopher) Hulsean Lectures for 1820 and 1822, on the Evidences of Christianity, and on Scripture Difficulties. 2 vols. 8° London, 1826.

(Robert) Sketches of Corsica; with an Outline of its History, and Specimens of the Language and Poetry of the People. 8° London, 1825.

see Collier (Arth.) BENT's Monthly Literary Advertiser, from 1833. 4° London. BENTHAM (James) The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Ely; with Life and Supplement, by W. Stevenson. 2 vols. 4° Norwich, 1811–17. BENTHAM (Jeremy) Works. 12 vols. 8° London, 1823–30. Brougham (Lord) displayed, vol. 11. Judges' (On) and Magistrates' Salaries,

Chrestomathia, vol. 8. vol. 10.
Church Reform (Book of), vol. 11. Not Paul, but Jesus, vol. 12.
Codification Proposal, vol. 8. Official Aptitude maximized, vol. 10.
Commercial System, vol. 11. Peers (House of) and Senates, vol. 11.
Constitutional Code, vol. 7. Penal Code, vol. 11.
Death Punishment, vol. 11. Radical Reform Bill, vol. 11.
Economy (Defence of), vol. 10. Rationale of Judicial Evidence, vols. 1-5.
Emancipate your Colonies, vol. 11. Rationales of Punishment and Reward,
Equity-despatch Court, vol. 11. vol. 6.
Eldon (Indications respecting Lord), Swear not at all, vol. 9. -

vol. 10. Test of Parliamentary Candidates, Fallacies (Book of), vol. 9. vol. 11.

Justice and Codification Petitions, vol.8. Truth versus Ashurst, vol. 11.

BENTHAM (Jeremy) Panopticon: or, the Inspection House; with the Postscript, containing the Plan of Construction and of Management. 3 vols. 12° London, 1791.

Traités de Législation, civile et pénale; traduits par Et. Dumont. 3 vols. 8° Paris, 1820.

BENTIvoglio (Il Cardinal Guido) Relazione della Guerra di Fiandra, e Memorie. 5 vols. 8° Milano, 1806.

(Ercole)—Raccolta di Poesie Satiriche.

BENTLEY (Richard) Works; with Notes, by Alexander Dyce. 3 vols. 8° London, 1836.

De Phalaridis Epistolis.—see Phalaris.
Epist. ad Millium.—see Malalas.
On the Epistles of Themistocles, Socrates, &c.—see Wotton (W.)

Life, with an Account of his Writings, and Anecdotes of many distinguished Characters during the period in which he flourished, by Bishop James Henry Monk. 4° London, 1830.

(Samuel) Excerpta Historica; or, Illustrations of English History. 8° London, 1831. Miscellany, from the commencement, in 1837. 8° London. BENZELSTIERNA (L.)—see Catalogus. BENzos (Jerom) Briefe Extracts, translated out of his Three Bookes of the New World.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 4.

BEow ULF. Anglo-Saxon Poems, the Traveller's Song and the Battle of Finnesburgh; with a copious Glossary, Preface, and Philological Notes, by John M. Kemble. 2 vols. 12° London, 1835–37.

BEREBLocus (Joannes)—see Hearne.

BéRENGER (P. G. de) CEuvres Complètes. Edition illustrée, par J. J. Grandville. 3 vols. 8° Paris, 1839.

BERENs (Archdeacon Edward) Works. 9 vols. in 3. 12° Oxford and London, 1822–8.

History of the Prayer-Book of the Church of England. 12° London, 1839.

BEREsford (James) The Miseries of Human Life; or, Groans of Timothy Testy and Samuel Sensitive. 2 vols. 12° London, 1826.

(Viscount)—see Napier's Peninsular War.

BERINGtoN (Joseph) A Literary History of the Middle Ages, to the
Revival of Learning in the Fifteenth Century. 4° London, 1814.
BERKELEY (Bishop George) Works; with Life, and several of his Letters.
3 vols. 8° London, 1820.
Miscellany; or, Tracts on various subjects. 8° London, 1752.
Manuscripts.-see Fosbrooke.

Peerage. Minutes of Evidence, taken before the Committee for Privileges, on the Earl of Berkeley's Pedigree, in 1799. 2 vols. fol. London, 1811.

BERLIN (Mémoires de l'Academie de)—see Transactions.

BERMUDEz (Don John) Relation of the Embassage from the Emperor of Ethiopia to the King of Portugall.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2.

BERNARD (Auguste)—see France.—Procès-Verbaux.
(Charles de) Un Homme Sérieux. 2 vols. 18° Bruxelles, 1843.

BERNARD (Jacques) Recueil des Traitez de Paix, de Trève, de Neutralité, de Suspension d'Armes, de Confédération, d'Alliance, de Commerce, de Garantie et d'autres Actes Publics. 4 vols. fol. Amsterd. 1700.

(J. P.)–see General Dictionary. (Saint)–see France (Histoire Litt. de). Legendary Psalter.–see Brampton.

Sermons –see Leroux de Lincy.

Sa Vie, par Guillaume de Saint Thierri, Arnauld de Bonneval, et Geoffroi de Clairvaux.–Guizot, Coll. des Mémoires, tome 10.

(Sir Thomas) Comforts of Old Age, with Biographical Illustrations. 12° London, 1820.

BERNARDs (W.)–see Barents.

BERNI (Francesco) L'Orlando Innamorato, composto da Matteo Bojardo, ed ora rifatto. 5 vols. 8° Milano, 1806.

Parnaso Italiano, tomi l 1–15.

The Orlando Innamorato, translated into Prose, by William Stewart Rose. 8° Edinburgh, 1823.

La Catrina, Atto Scenico Rusticale.–Teatro Italiano Antico, tomo 10.

Rime Burlesche; con Annotazioni. 8° Milano, 1806. BERNIER (A.)–see Charles viii.

(Franç.) Voyages, contenant la Description des Etats du Grand Mogul. 2 vols. 12° Amsterdam, 1724.

Voyage to Surat, containing the History of the Revolution of the Empire of the Great Mogol –Harl. Coll. of Voyages, vol. 2; Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 8.


BERosUs.–see Cory.

BERRETINUs CoRToNIENsis (Petrus) Barberina Aulae Fornix Romae,

opus cujus Imagines et Monocramata Urbani viii. virtutes exprimunt, (in Opere di Pittori diversi.) Folio. Romae, typis J. J. de Rubeis.

BERRY (William) Encyclopaedia Heraldica; or, Complete Dictionary of Heraldry. 3 vols. 4° London, 1828.

BERTHoD (Le Père François) Mémoires –Petitot, Coll. des Mémoires, 2o Série, tome 48.

BERToLA (Aurelio) Poesie.–Parnaso Ital. Viv., tomi 8, 9, 8, 10.

BERToLDo, Bertoldino e Cacasenno, da vari autori. –Parnaso Italiano, tomi 55, 56.

BERTRAM (Carolus) Britannicarum Gentium, Historiae Antiquae Scriptores tres; Ricardus Corinensis, Gildas Badonicus, Nennius Banchorensis, Notis et Indice. 8° Hauniae, 1757.

BERTRAND DU GUEscLIN.–see Cuvelier.

BERTRAND-Roux (J. M.) Description géognostique des Environs du Puy en Velay. 8° Paris, 1823.

BERvILLE ET BARRIÈRE (M. M.) Collection des Mémoires sur la Révolution Française; avec des notices sur leurs auteurs et des Eclaircissemens historiques. 56 vols. 8° Paris, 1820.

see Enghien.

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