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Coll. des Mémoires, 2* Série, tomes 65, 66.
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BERzelius (J. J.) Lehrbuch der Chemie. Band 1. 8° Dresden, 1843.

BESENvAL (Le Baron de) Les Mémoires; avec une notice sur sa Vie, par
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Best (Hon. S.) Parochial Ministrations. 12° London, 1839.
(Thomas) Journal of the Tenth Voyage to the East Indies.—
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Baronetage of England, with Genealogical Tables and Armorial
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(Sir William) Dignities, Feudal and Parliamentary; and the
Constitutional Legislature of the United Kingdom. 8° London, 1830.
Irish Antiquarian Researches. 8° Dublin, 1826.
Statutes and Ordinances of the Order of St. Patrick. 8°
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The Gael and Cymbri; or, Inquiry into the Origin and History
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BEThune (John Elliot Drinkwater)—see Galilei, Kepler.
BETTI (Zaccaria) Del Baco da Seta, Canti 4. Parnaso Italiano, tomo 49.
BETTINELLI (Saverio) Poesie.—Parnaso Ital. Viv., tomo 19.
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BibbieNA (Bernardo Divizio da) Calandra, Commedia. — Parnaso Italiano, tomo 17.

BIBLIA SACRA PolyglottA, complectentia Textus Originales, et Versiones Antiquas octo, ex vetust. MSS. collatis; cum War. Lectionibus Annotationibus et Indicibus, edidit Brianus Waltonus: et CASTELLI Lexicon Heptaglotton. 8 vols. fol. Londini, 1657–69.

Notices of the Compilers.—see Walton's Memoirs. BIBLIA HEBRAICA, secund. editionem Jos. Athiae a Joanne Leusden,

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with a Commentary from Henry and Scott. 3 vols. 8° London, 1835.

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The Book of the New Covenant: a Critical Revision of the Text and Translation of the English Version of the New Testament, [by Granv. Penn..] 8° London, 1836.

Isaiah, translated into Persian, by Meerza Ibrahim. 8° London, 1834.

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BIBLIOTECA ITALIANA; ossia, Giornale di Letteratura, Scienze ed Arti, compilato da una Società di Letterati, 1816-37. 87 vols. 8° Milano.

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BIBLIoTHÈQUE RAIsoNNÉE des Ouvrages des Savans de l'Europe [par Massuet, s'Gravesande, Rousset, de Jaucourt, Armand de la Chapelle, Barbeyrac, et Desmaiseaux]. 52 vols. 12° Amsterd. 1728-53.

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Nouvelle Série. 41 vols. in 31. 8° Genève, 1836-42.

BichENo (J. E.) An Inquiry into the Poor Laws. 8° London, 1824.

Ireland and its Economy; or, Observations in a Tour in 1829. 8° London, 1830.

see Zoological Club of the Linnaean Society.

BIDDULPH (William) Part of a Letter from Aleppo.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2.

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BINGHAM's Reports.-see Broderip.

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Nichols' Literary Anecdotes.

Biography (Collective)—viz.:
Anglo-Saxon.—see Wright.
Architects.-Milizia, Serie, Wa-
Sari.
British Writers.-Pitsaeus.
Dramatic.—Baker.
Ecclesiastical.—Baillet, Butler,
Cassan, Wordsworth.
Engravers.-Bryan.
Irish Bishops and Writers.—
Ware.
Kings of England.—Sandford.
Lawyers.-Roscoe.
Military Commanders.-Gleig.
Naval Commanders. — Camp-
bell, Locker.

BION.—see Theocritus.

Painters.-see Bryan, Cunningham,
Descampes, Pilkington, Serie,
Vasari, Walpole.
Physicians.—Pettigrew.
Queens of England.—Strickland.
Royal and Noble Authors.-Wal-
pole.
Saints.—Baillet, Butler.
Scottish Bishops.--Keith.
Scottish Worthies.—Tytler.
Sculptors. — Cunningham,
Vasari.
Statesmen.—Crowe, Foster, Mac-
diarmid.

Serie,

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Memoirs of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, from 1581 till her
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An Inquiry into the share which King Charles I. had in the

Transactions of the Earl of Glamorgan, for bringing over a body of Irish Rebels in 1645 and 1646; with Appendix. 8° London, 1756.

Knowledge. 4 vols. 4°

History of the Royal Society of London for improving Natural London, 1756. see General Dictionary; Henry, Prince of Wales; Milton, Raleigh, Thurloe, and Tillotson.

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Natural and Commercial History of Sheep. 2 vols. 8° Lond. 1842. Bishops of Britain.—see Glover (F. A.)

BLACK (John)—see Palaeoromaica.

BLAckMoRe (Sir Richard) Poems.-British Poets, vol. 28.

BLAckstone (Sir William) Commentaries on the Laws of England; with Notes, by J. T. Coleridge. 4 vols. 8° London, 1825.

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see Aristoteles.

BLAkiston (John) Twenty Years in Retirement. 2 vols. 8° London, 1836.

BLANCARD1 (N.)—see Arrianus.

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BLANEFoRDE (Henr. de) Chronica.-see Hearne,—Joh. de Trokelowe.

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BLENcow E (R. W.)—see Sydney Papers.

BLETERIE (1’Abbé de la)—see Jovien & Julien.

BLIGH (Capt. William) A Voyage to the South Sea; with an Account of the Mutiny on board the Ship Bounty. 4° London, 1792.

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BlomeFIELD (Francis) An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, continued, by Charles Parkin. 5 vols. fol. Fersfield, 1739, and Lynn, 1775.

BloMFIELD (C. J.)—see Callimachus.

BloueT (Abel)—see Morée.

BLou NT (Edward)—see Charles II.

(Henry) Voyage into the Levant; with Observations on the to Hui Coll. of Voyages, vol. 1, and Pinkerton's Voyages,

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BLUMENBAch (J. F.) Institutiones Physiological.-see Elliotson.

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