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CATALOGUE

OF

BOOKS,

BELONGING TO THE LIBRARY

OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA.

PHILADELPHIA :

JUDAH DOBSON, 108, CHESTNUT STREET.
1829.



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PREFACE

The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania have long had
in contemplation to cause a Catalogue of their Library, to be made,
with a view of increasing it, and rendering it worthy of the first lite-
rary institution of this commonwealth; but they were discouraged
not only by the small number of volumes that it contains, but by the
little attention that was paid to it for a considerable time, in conse-
quence of the successive changes which the University experienced
in its organization, which occasioned the loss of many books, so
that the sets of valuable works have been broken, which it will bo
necessary to replace entirely. The institution, however, having
made important changes in their internal arrangements, and having
determined to erect new buildings, in place of the former inconve-
nient edifice, which buildings, it is expected, will be finished at the
close of the present year, it has been thought expedient to prepare
and publish the present Catalogue of the few books at present pos-
sessed by the University, among which, however, it will be found,
that there arc a number of valuable works, and the whole, taken to-
gether, may be considered as a good nucleus for an academical
library.

This library was begun by private donations of the friends of the
institution, among whom the Rev. William Smith, the first Provost
of the College and Academy, and Dr. M'DowcIl, one of his succes-
sors, deserve to be particularly noticed. During the revolutionary
war, our little collection was enriched by a donation in books from
his majesty Louis the Sixteenth. Those books, printed at the royal
printing office, consist chiefly of mathematical works, of works on
natural history, among which is a collection of M. Buflxtn's, and
some of the IByzantine historians. They have been all carefully
preserved, and will, it is hoped, long remain, a memorial of the
liberality of that great and unfortunate monarch. For a kw years
past, the Board of Trustees have annually appropriated a sum of
money for the purchase of books, by means of which this library is
now gradually increasing, and it is to be hoped, will continue to in-
crease. But the funds of the University being limited, it is greatly
to be wished that the friends of public instruction may contribute
their aid to the attainment of this important object. Donations of
books, therefore, will be thankfully received, and the generous don-
ors will entitle themselves to the gratitude of future generations.



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ADDENDA.

Quarto.

A System of Natural Philosophy, being a Course of Lectures in
Mechanics, Optics, Hydrostatics, and Astronomy ; which are
read in St. Jqhn's College, Cambridge, by T. Rutherforth, D.D.
F. R. S., &,c. 2 vols. Cambridge. 1748.

An American Dictionary of the English Language, &c. With an
Introductory Discourse on the Languages of Western Asia and
Europe, and a Concise Grammar of the English Language. By
Noah Webster, LL.D. 2 vols. New York. 1828.

A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy and the Mechanical
Arts. By Thomas Young, M.D. F.R.S. &,c. Plates. 2 vols.

Londen. 1807.

Octavo.

Quaestiones Philosophicae in justi systematis ordinem dispositae;
Auctoribus adductis, et singulis in proprias hypotheses dispertitis.
Cum appendice de Legibus Disputandi. Opera Tho. Johnson,
A. M., fee. Cantabrigiae. 1741.

Illustrations of Paley's Natural Theology. With Descriptive Let-
ter Press. By James Paxton. Many Plates. Boston, 1827.

Journals of the House of Representatives of the United States, 1st
and 2d Session, 19th Congress, 1825 — 6, and 1826 — 7. 2 vols.

Washington.

Report of the Committees of the House of Representatives of the
United States, 1st Session, I9th Congress, 1825 — 6. 2 vols.

Washington.

Ditto, do, 2d Session, 19th Congress, 1826— 7. 3 vols. Do.

State Papers, Ist Session, 19th Congress, 1826—6. 10 vols.

Washington.

Ditto, 2d Session, 19th Congress, 1826—7. 10 vols. Do.

Journals of the Senate of the United States, 1825—6, and 1826—7.
2 vols. Washington.

Documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, 1st
Session, 19th Congress, 1825—6, and 1826—7. 5 vols.

Washington.

Ditto, 2nd Session, 19th Congress, 1826—7. 3 vols. Washington.



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CATALOGUE.

THEOLOGY, AND ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY AND
BIOGRAPHY.

Mravanel, 116, Q. See Maiiemon.

Acontius, 56, D. Stratagematum Satanae libri octo. Jacobo Acon-
tio, Authore. Amstelaedami, 1664.

Allen, 115 — 1 , F. Certain Select Discourses on the Doctrine of the
Two Covenants, &c. and on Faith and Justification. By-
William Allen. London, 1699.

Alstedius, 115, Q. Theologia Scholastica didactica, exhibens locos
communes Theoiogicos methodo scholastica, quatuor in
partes tributa, studio Johannis-Henrici Alstedii. Hano-
viae, 1618.

AUenstaig, 50, Q. Lexicon Theologicum quo omnium fere termi-
norum et obscuriorum vocuni etymologiae, ambiguitates,
definitiones, usus, enucleatae ob oculos ponuntur, et di-
lucide explicantur. Post summum laborem Joannis Al-
tenstaig, S. T. D. &c. Studio et labore R. D. Joannis
Tytz. Coloniae Agrippinae, 1619.

Ambrose, 131, F. Media: the Middle Things, in reference to the
first and last Things; or the Means, Duties, Ordinances,
both secret, private, and publick, for continuance and
increase of a Godly Life, (once begun) tell we come to
Heaven, &c. &c. &c. By Isaac Ambrose. London,
1674.

Mquila, 36, ^.See Bos,

Jlrmiiuns, 113. Q. See Twissus.

Jischenbrenner, 143 — 6, Q. De Episcopo in Ecclesia, et Ecclesia
in Episcopo, &c. &c. &c. Auct. D. P. Aschenbrenner.
Bambergae, 1768.

Barclay, 9, Q. An Apology for the True Christian Divinityj be-

1



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2 THEOLOGY AND ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, &C.

ing an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles
and Doctrines of the people called Quakers. By Robert
Barclay. Birmingham, 1765. [Presented by David
Barclay, son of the author. 3

Barnabas, 35. F. See Cotelerius.

Baskett, 4, F. See Bible.

Bates, 258, O. The Harmony of the Divine Attributes, in the
contrivance and accomplishment of Man's Redemption
by the Lord Jesus Christ. By William Bates, D. D.
London, 1697".

Bauer, 91 — 2, Q. Theses ex Theologia Uni versa, cum Disserta-
tione de Exceptionibus contra SS. Oecum. Concilii Tri-
dentini authoritatem factis, &c. &c. Auct. Chr. P.
Fred. Bauer ab Heppenstein. Bambergse, 1740.

Baumann, 142 — 5, Q. De Angelorum et Hominum primo princi-
pio et ultimo fine, Sic. &c. Auct. D. J. F. Baumann.
Bambergse, 1762.

Baumgarten, 103, Q. See F. V. Haven.

Bellarminus, 129, F. See Masonus.

Berriman, 151, B. Christian Doctrines and Duties explained and
recommended^ in forty Sermons. By William Berri-
man, D. D. late Rector of St. Andrew's, Undershaft,
&c. 2 vols. London, 1751.

152, O. A Critical Dissertation upon 1 Tim. iii. 16. —

Wherein Rules are laid down to distinguish, in various
readings, which is genuine; an account is given of above
a hundred Greek MSS. of St. Paul's Epistles, &c. &c.
and the common reading of that text, GOD was mani-
fest in the Flesh, is proved to be the true one, &c. &c.
&c. By John Berriman, M. A &c. London, 1741.

170, O. The Gradual Revelation of the Gospel j from the

time of Man's Apostacy. Set forth and explained in
twenty-four Sermons, preached at the Lecture founded
by the Hon Robert Boyle,Esq. in 1730, 1731 and 1732.
By William Berriman, D. D. &c. 2 vols. London,
1733.

Besse, 111, F. A Collection of the Sufterings of the People called
Quakers, for the Testimony of a Good Conscience, from
the time of their being first distinguished by that name
in 1 650, to the time of the Act of Toleration in 1 689.
Taken from original records, &c. by Joseph Besse. 2
vols. London, 1753.

Beveregius, 35, F. See Cotelerius.

Bible, 4, F. The Holy Bible. Imp. folio. With engravings. —
Ruled with red lines. 2 vols. Printed by Baskett, Ox-
ford, 1717.

Bible Society, 46, O. The third, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth,



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THEOLOGY AND ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, &C. 3

tenth, eleventh, twelfth, fourteenth and fifteenth Re-
ports of the British and Foreign Bible Society, with Ap-
pendices, &c. &c. London, 1807 — 1819.
JBibliOt 55, D. Sacra Biblia cum augusto apparatu suo, scil.
Chronol. Theol. Histor. et Geograpliico in angustum
contracta. Bambergae, 1697.

75j F. Divinae Scripturae, Veteris ac Novi Testamenti,

omnia, Graece. Cur&. Philippi Melanchthon. Basileae,
1545.

78, Q. Testamenti Veteris et Novi Biblia Sacra ex llebraeo

et Graeco Latina facta. Altera Tralatio Vetfts est, Al-
tera Nova cum adnotationibus Francisci Vatabli, prout
utramq; Regio privilegio ornatam Rob. Stephanus anno
MDXLV. Lutetiaj edidit, &c. &c. Hanoviae, 1605.

81, F. Biblia Sacra, Latine. Cura And. Osiandri, S. T.

D. &c. Francofurti, 1611.

Birch, 30, Q. See Cudworth

Blackwall, 169, O. The Sacred Classics defended and illustrated;
or, an Essay humbly offered towards proving the Purity,
Propriety and True Eloquence of tlie Writers of the
New Testament. By A. Blackwall, A. M. 2 vols.
London, 1727.

Bcettinger, 144 — 2, Q. Dissertationes ex universae Theologiae qua-
driennali Studio, &c. &.c. Auct. G. C. E. Bottinger.
Bambergae, 1706.

146—5, Q. The same Work.

Bos, 36, Q. See Vetus Test amentum.

Bray, 115 — 2, F. Discourses on the Covenant of Grace, &c. being
Catechetical Lectures on the preliminary Questions and
Answers of the Church Catechism. — Three Catechetical
Lectures on Faith and Justification. By Thomas Bray,
D. D. London, 1699.

Burnet, 108, F. The History of the Reformation of the Church of
England. By Gilbert Burnet. 3 vols. Dublin, 1730
—1733.

Bynaeus, 132, Q. Antonii Bynaei de Morte Jesu Christi. Cum
figuris. Tom. 3. A^nstelaedami, 1691 — 1698.

Calmet, 25, F. Dictionnaire historique, critique, chronologique,
geographique et litteral de la Bible, enrichi d'un grand
nombre de figures en taille douce qui representent les
Antiquitez Judaiques. Avec le Supplement. Par le
R. P. Dom Augustin Calmet. 4 tom. A Paris, 1722
—1728.

Campbell, 27, Q. The Four Gospels translated from the Greek.
With Preliminary Dissertations, and Notes critical and
explanatory. By George Campbell, D.D. &c Phila-
delphia, 1790.



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4 THEOLOGY AND ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, &C.

Cariath-sepher, 123 — 5, Q. Cariath-sepher, sive interpretante Ora-
culo biblico Josue XV. et Judicum 1. &c. &c, &c. Bam-
bergae, 1735.

Carranzani, 285, O, Summa omnium Conciliorum et Pontificum,
collecta per F. Barth. Carranzani. Accesserunt Sta-
tuta quaedam Synodalia Paris, and Senon. Ecclesise.
Appendix Conciliorum Galliae, &c. &c. Cum Notis
Fr. Sylvii, &c. &c. Parisiis, 1678.

Catholic Question, 50 — 1, O. Letters to the Roman Catholics of
Philadelphia, and the United States of America. By a
Friend, &c. Nos. 1 & 2. Philadelphia, 1822.

50 — 3, O. Address of the Lay Trustees to the Congrega-
tion of St. Mary's Church, on the subject of the approach-
ing Election. Philadelphia, 1822.

Chamberlayne, 159, O. See JVieuwentyt.

Chandler, 98, O. Sermons on various Subjects. By the late Rev.
Samuel Chandler, D. D. &c. 3 vols. London, 1768.

ChemnitiusyTQ, F. Harmonia Quatuor Evangelistartim,a Theolo-
gis celeberrimis D. Martino Chemnitio inchoata, D.Poly-
carpo Lysei'o continuata, et D. Johanne Gerhardo abso-
luta. Tom. 2. Francofurti, 1652.

Chillingworth, 78, F. The Works of William Chillingworth, M.

A. London, 1719.

Chrysostomus, 74, F. S. .Toannis Chrysostomi, Archiepiscopi Opera
omnia quae exstant. Graece. Cura, Studio et Lahore
Henrici Savilii, Eq. Tom. 8. Etonae, 1612.

Clarkson, 44, O. A Portraiture of Quakerism. Taken from a
View of the Education and Discipline, Social Manners,
Civil and Political Economy, Religious Principles and
Character of the Society of Friends. By Thomas Clark-
son, M. A. &c. 3 vols. New York, 1806.

Claubergius, 348, O. Johannis Claubergii, S. T. D. &c. de Cog-
nitione Dei et Nostri, quatenus natural! rationis lumine,
secundum veram Philosophiam potest comparari, Exer-
citationes Centum. Franequerae, 1685.

Clemens, 35, F. See Cotelerius.

Clericus, 11, 2). See Grotius.

35, F. See Cotelerius.

Conwell, 50 — 5, O. Pastoral Charges, delivered by the Rt. Rev.
Bishop Henrv (Conwell,) Nov. 2, 1820 and Feb. 11,
1821. Phila'delphia.

Cotelerius, 35, F. SS. Patrum qui Temporibus Apostolicis florue-
runt, Earnabae, dementis, Hermae, Ignatii, Polycarpi,
Opera edita et inedita, vera et supposititia; una cum
Clementis, Ignatii, Polycarpi, Actisatque Martyriis. J.

B. Cotelerius, Soc. Sorb. Theol. ex MSS. Codicibus
eruit, ac correxit, Versionibusque et Notis illustravit.



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Cum Notis integris aliorum virorum doctorum, qui in
singulos Patres memoratos scripserunt; item, Guilielmi
Beveregii Codex Canonum ptimitiva: Ecclesise vindica-
tus, Jacobi Usserii Dissertationes Ignatianae, et Joan.
Pearsonii Vindiciae Epistolarum S. Ignatii. Recensuit
et Notas aliquot adspersit Joannes Clericus. 2 torn.
Antverpiae, 1700.

Cowherd, 21, Q. Facts Authentic, in Science and Religion: de-
signed to illustrate a New Translation of the Bible. By
the Rev. William Cowherd. 2 vols. Manchester, 1818
— 1820. [Presented by John T. Freeland.]

Crawford, 1, />. An Essay on the Propagation of the Gospel j in
which there are numerous facts and arguments adduced
to prove that the Indians in America are descended from
the Ten Tribes. By Charles Crawford, Esq. Phila-
delphia, 1801. [Presented by the Author.]

Crutwell, 49, F. See Wilson.

Cudworth, 30, Q. The True Intellectual System of the Universe:
Wherein all the Reason and Philosophy of Atheism is
confuted, and its Impossibility demonstrated. With a
Discourse concerning the True Notion of the Lord's
Supper; and Two Sermons on John ii. 3, 4, and I. Cor.
XV. 57. By Ralph Cudworth, D. D. With an account
of his Life, Writings, &c. &c. by Thomas Birch, M. A.
and F. R. S. 2 vols. London, 1743.

Cyrillus S. contra Jidianum, 51, F. See JuUanus.

Davidid Psalmi, 32, D. See Jonston.

De-Rossi, 4, Q. Varise Lectiones Veteris Testamenti ex immensa
MSS. Editorumque Codicum Congerie haustaeet ad Sa-
mar. Textum, ad Vetustiss. Versiones, ad Accura-
tiores sacrae Criticae Pontes ac Leges examinatae opera
ac studio Johannis Bern. De-Rossi, S. T. D. &c. Volu-
mina II, III et IV. Parms, 1785—1789.

Desaguliers, 159, O. See Nieuwentyt.

Disciplina, 146 — 2, Q. Cum Deo Nexum, quern disciplinae philo-
sophicae inter se habent, arctissimun, &c. &c. &c. Lip-
siac, 1715.

Doddridge, 65, Q. A Course of Lectures on the Principal Sub-
jects in Pneumatology, Ethics and Divinity: with refer-
ences to the most considerable authors on each Subject.
By Philip Doddridge, D. D. London, 1763.

Erasmus, 256, 0. Des. Erasmi Rotterodami Ecc'esiastes, sive Con-
cionator Evangelicus. Cum Dissertatione pra^liminari,
&c. Londini, 1730.

Flacius, 86, F. Clavis Scripturae Sacrae, hoc est,' de Sermone Sa-
crarum Literarum recte cognoscendo. Auctore Matthia
Flacio lUyrico. CuraTheodori Suiceri. Lipsias, 1695.



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Fox, 114, F. A Journal or Historical Account of the Life, Tra-
vels, Sufferings, Christian Experiences and Labour of
Love, in the Work of the Ministry, of that ancient, emi-
nent and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, George Fox.
London, 1765.

Franckius, 101, Q. See Niecampius.

Franzius,3i5, O. Historia Animalium Sacra, in qua plerorumque
Animalium praecipue Proprietates, &c. &.c. ad usum ico-
nologicum accommodantur. A Woifgango Franzio, S.
T. D. Wittenbergae, 1621.

Frey, 121 — 8, Q. Theses ex Theologia exegetica, dogmatica, mo-
raii, nee non ex historia ecclesiastica, &q. &c. auct. F.
A. Frey. Bambergae, 1788.

Gallseus, 17 S, O. See Lactantius.

Gdst, 110 — 11 , Q, Dissertatio philologico-critico-exegetica de car-
nis Resurrectione, ex Job. Cap. XIX. 25 — 27. Auct.
P. C. Geist. Bambergae, 1790.

Gerhardus, 73, F. See Chemnitius.

GeusSj 110 — 5, Q. De Religione Christiana: auct. G. Geuss. Bam-
bergae, 1782.

Giroust, 357, O. Les faux Pretextes du Pecheur, ou le Pecheur
sans excuse. Avent preche par le R. P. Giroust de la
compagnie de Jesus. Tom. II. A Bruselle, 1707.

(xrindalf 120, F. The History of the Life and Acts of the most
Rev. Father in Gocl, Edmund Grindal, the first Bishop
of London, and the second Archbishop of York and Can-
terbury, successively, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth.
Describing the state of Religion and of the Church in
his time, &c. &c. &c. With an Appendix of Original
MSS. &c. Portrait. London, 1710.

Grischovius, 101, Q. See Niecampius.

Grotius, 11, D. Hugo Grotius de Veritate Religionis Christianae:
cum Notulis Joannis^Clerici. Accedunt ejusdem, de
eligenda inter Christianos dissentientes Sententia, et
contra Indifferentiam Religionum, libri duo. Glasguae,
1745.

37, F. Hugonis Grotii Opera omnia Theologica. Lon-

dini. 1679. Item, Ejusdem Epistolae quotquot reperiri
potuerunt. 4 tom. in 5. Amstelodami, 1687.

89, Q. Hugonis Grotii Annotationes in Vetus et No-
vum Testamentum juxta Editionera Amstelaedamensem,
MDCLXXIX, in compendium redactae, quibus nova
accedit Praefatio, a Samuele Moody, A. M. &c. 2 tom.
in 1. Londini, 1727.

Guisius, 98, Q. See Maimonides.

Hammond, 294, O. A Practical Catechism. By H. Hammond,



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D. D. Whereuntoi3added,theReasonablenessof Chris-
tian Religion. By the same Author. London, 1662.

Hare, 176, O. Psalmorum Liber, in Versiculos metrice divisus,
&c. &c. Cum Disssertatione de antiqua Hebraeorum
Poesi, &c. Accedunt Poeseos Hebraic^ Specimina, &c.
Edidit Franciscus Hare, S. T. P. Episc. Cicestr. He-
braice et Latine. Tom. 2. Londini, 1736.

harold, 50 — 4, O. A Letter to the Rev. W. V. Harold on reading
his late Reply to a " Catholic Layman. " By an admirer
ofFenelon. Philadelphia, 1822.

Hartman, 144 — 4, Q. Allegata et Probata PhilosophiaB Christianas,
&c. &c. Auct. P. C. Hartman. Duderstadii, 1690.

Haven, 103, Q. Petri V. Haven M. Ph. Commentatio analytica
in Epistolam Pauli ad Titum; cum Praefatione Sig. J.
Baumgarten. Halae Magdeburgicae, 1742.

Meckel, 120 — 4, Q. De Patriarchis Commentatio historico-critico-
canonica, &c. Auct. P. P. Heckel et P. S. Schlicker.
Bambergae, 1792.

Heinaichen, 110 — 4, Q. Concordia Vulgatae Latinae cum Fonte
Hebraico, &c. &c. Auct. F. E. Heinaichen. Wirce-
burgi, 1756.

Herrnm^ 35, F. See Cotelerius:

Hermann, 110 — 3, Q. Unio Religionis Protestanticae cum Catho-
lica, &c. &c. Auct F. G. Hermann. Augustae Vin-
del. 1777.

Herring, 96, O. Seven Sermons on Public Occasions. By the
most Rev. Dr. Thomas Herring, late Archbishop of Can-
terbury, &c. Dublin, 1763.

Hervey, 12, JD. fheron and Aspasio: or, a Series of Dialogues and
Letters, upon the most important and interesting Sub-
jects. By James Hervey, A. M. &c. 3 vols. Lon-
don, 1755. [Presented by the Rev. Thomas Barton.]

Hildebrancius, 133, Q. JB. D. Joach. Hildebrandi Historia Concilio-
rum a N. C. usq; ad Seculi XVIL annum XLV. in Ec-
clesia habitorum. Anno Christi MDCL. in illustri Aca-
demia Julia exposita, &c. &c. Helmstadii, 1715.

Histoire £cclesiastique,5l7, 0. Histoire Ecclesiastique des Eglises
Reformees au Royaume de France en laquelle est des-
crite au vray la renaissance et accroissement d'icelles
depuis I'an MDXXL iusques en I'annee MDLXIH. leur
discipline, Synodes, persecutions, &c. &c. &c. avec le
discours des premiers troubles ou guerres civiles, des-
quelles la vraye cause est aussi declaree. 3 torn. A
Geneve, 1580.

Hogan, 50 — 2, O. Strictures on a pamphlet written by W. V.
Harold entitled " A Reply to a Catholic Layman." By
William Hogan. Philadelphia, 1822.



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Hooker, 59, F. The Works of that learned and judicious Divine,
Mr. Richard Hooker, in eight books of Ecclesiastical
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227, O. A Faithful Abridgment of the Works of that

learned and judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker. —
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Huls, 296, O. Omnium Romanorum Pontificum Vitae, quas ipsis
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Ignatius, 35, F. See Cotelerius.

Jonstonus, 32, B. Arturi Jonstoni Psalmi Davidici, cum Argumen-
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Josep/ms, 76, F. Flavii Josephi Hierosolymitani Sacerdotis Opera
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202, O. See Whiston.

Junius, 222, O. Sacrorum Parallelorum libri tres: id est, Compa-
ratio locorum Scripturse Sacrae, qui ex Testamento Ve-
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Keller, 122 — 6, Q, De Philosophiae cum Theologia Concordia et
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Kettlewell, 115—3, F. The Practical Believer; or, the Articles of
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213, O. An Help and Exhortation to Worthy Communi-

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John Kettlewell, B. D. &c. London, 1737.

King, 84, O. An Essay on the Origin of Evil; by Dr. William
King, late Archbishop of Dublin. Translated from the
Latin with large Notes. Also, Two Sermons by the
same Author, on Divine Prescience and the Fall of Man.
By Edmund Law, D. D. &c. Cambridge, 1758.

Kunze, 314, O. Einige Gedichte und Lieder von Johann Chris-
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Lactantius, 173, 0. Lucii Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera quae ex-
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344, O. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera, quae extant,

omnia. Accedunt Carmina vulgo asscripta Lactantio.
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Lectures, 103, O. Theological Lectures read in the public Hall



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of the University of Edinburgh. With Exhortations to
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Ledermann, 121 — 1, Q. De adaequato sacrac Scripturac Criterio,
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Leighton, 102, ^.'Select Works of Archbishop Leighton. With
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1758.

Lightfoot, 38, F. The Works of the Reverend and Learned John
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Limborch, 113, F. Philippi a Limborch SS. Theol. inter Retnon-
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Limmer,97 — 1, Q. Trauerrede auf den Hochw. Fiirsten und Herrn
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Loscanus, 123 — 4, Q. Sciential philosophico-theologicas experimen-
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Lyserus, 73, F. See Chemnitius.

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Masonus, 129, F. Vindiciae Ecclesias Anglicanze; sive de legitime
ejusdem Ministerio, id est, de Episcoporum Successione,
Electione, Consecratione, et Confirmationc; item, de
Presbyterorum, et Diaconorum Ordinatione, Libri V.
In quibus Ecclesia Anglicana a Bellarmini, Sanderi, &c.
&c. &c. calumniis, &c. &c. vindicatur. Authore Franc
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Melanchthon, 75, F. See Biblia.

Millius, 39, F. See Novum Testamentum.

Molitor^ 142 — 1, Q. De Sacramentis in genere, &c. &c. Auct.
D. J. Molitor. Bambergae, 1759.

Moody, 89, Q. See Grotius.



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Nadler, 1 10--8, Q. De Deo Uno et Trine, &c. &c. Auct. P. Ph.

Nadler. Bambergse, 1758.

121—7, Q. De Deo Uno et Trino, &c. &c. Auct. P. P.

Nadler. BambergaB, 1758.

Niecampius, 101, Q. B. Jo. Lucse Niecatnpii Historia Missionis
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— 39, F. Novum Testamentum Grsece. Cum Lectionibus

variantibus MSS. Exemplarium, Versionum, Editionum,
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Osiander, 81, F. See Biblia.

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Pabstmann, 142 — 2, Q. Ad Doctrinam de Sacramento • ordinis
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Parecbolse, 347, O. Parecbolse siv^ Excerpta e Corpore Statuto-
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Pearson ,107, F. An Exposition of the Creed. By John Pearson,
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Pearsonius, 35, F. See Cotelerius.

Pegorier, 137, Q. Systeme de la Religion Protestante. Par M.
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Pennington, 82, Q. The Works of the long-mournful and sorely-
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2 vols. London, 1761. [Presented by the Quakers in
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Perkinsius, 113, Q. See Twissus.

Picai% 9, F. The Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the va-
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Pocockius, 98, Q. See Maimonides.

Polycarpus^ 35, F. See Cotelerius.

Paalterium, 128, F. Quincuplex Psalterium; Gallicum, Romanum,
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Relandus, 333, O. Antiquitates Sacr» Veterum Hebraeorum bre-
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Revelation, «^c. 245, O. Revelation examined with Candour, &c.
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jRoppelt, 121 — 3, Q. Theses dogmaticae, &c. &c. Auct. P. J-
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Roaasus, 359, O. Virgilli Evangelisantis Christiados Libri XIII.
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Sacerdotiicm, 146 — 1, Q. Regale Sacerdotium delineatura, &c. &c.
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Sanderus, 129, F. See Masonus,

Savilius, 74, F. See Chrysostomus.

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Schmittlein, 144 — 5, Q. De Sacramento Poeniteniae, &c. &c. &c.
Auct. D. N. Schmittlein. Bambergae, 1760.

Schnapp, 121 — 6, Q. Ultimum Christi Pascha, &c. Auct. J. K.
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Scholar^ s Manual, 232, O. The Scholar's Manual: being a collec-
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Schott, 91 — 3, Q. Concilia Synodi et Comitia Sacra Bambergen-
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121 — 5, Q. Cohaerentia doctrinae theologicas de fide, &c.

&c. Auct. J. Schott. Bambergae, 1769.



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Schott, 146 — 4, Q. Cohserentia Doctrinae Theologicse de Fide et
Statu Fidei, &c. &c. &c. Auct. D. J. Schott. Bam-
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Schwelingius, 60, D. Mens Immortalis evidenter certo contra
Atheos Scepticosque, demonstrata a Johanne Eberhardo
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Seelman, 122 — 4, Q. Infallibilis summi Pontificis supra Conci-
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Semmelmann, 122 — 1, Q. Theses de Magno Pietatis Sacramento,
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Sermons, 33, B. Sermons sur tous les Sujets de la Morale Chre-
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Sewel, 101, F. The History of the Rise, Increase and Progress'
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Sherlock, 243, O. A Practical Discourse concerning Future Judg-
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1725.

261, O. The Use and Intent of Prophecy, in the several

ages of the World, &c. Also, four Dissertations, I. The
Authority of the 2d Epistle of St. Peter. II. The Sense
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Judah, Gen. xlix. IV. Christ's Entry into Jerusalem.
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262, O. A Discourse concerning the Divine Providence.

By William Sherlock, D. D. London, 1702.

Spanhemius, 339, O. Pi-o Friderico Spanhemio adversus Fictiones
Nuperi Criminatoris de varia et libera Ecclesiarum Po-
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Stelzig, 1 10 — 7, Q' De Deo Uno et Trino, &c. &c. &c. Auct.
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Stenglein, 1 10—6, Q. Character Jansenisticse Factionis, &c. &c.
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Stephanus, 78, Q. See Biblia.

Suicerus, 86, F. See Flacius.

Swedenborg, 48, O. True Christian Religion; containing the Uni-
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SykeSf 202, O. See Whiston.



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Sylvius, 285, 0. See Carranzani.

J^mmac/ms, 36, Q. See Bos.

'theodotion, 36, Q. See Bos.

TTieophyladits, 82, F. Theophylacti, Archiepiscopi Bulgarise Com-
mentaiii in Quatuor Evangelia. Gtsece et Latine. Cum
Notulis, variis Lectionibus, &c. Tom. 2. Lutetiae
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Theologia, 142—6, Q. Theses selectse ex imiversa Theologia re-
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Thysius, 344, O. See Ladantius.

Turretinus, 114, Q. Institutio Theologicae Elencticae, in qua Sta-
tus Controversiae exponitur, &c. &c. Authore Francis-
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T\uissusy 113, Q. Vindiciae Gratiae, Potestatis, ac Providentiae
Dei: hoc est, ad Examen libelli Perkinsiani, de Praedes-
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Tytz, 50, Q. See Mtenstaig.

T^atablus, 78, Q. See Biblia.

Vetua Testamentum, 36, Q. Vetus Testamentum ex versione sep-
tuaginta Interpretum, secundum Exemplar Vaticanum
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Usserius, 35, F. See Cotderius.

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Werner, 144 — 3, Q. Die Sechste Lob-Predig, &c. &c. Von J.
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Weyermann, 110 — 1, Q. Trauerrede auf den Herrn Gallus, Abt
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110 — 2, Q. De Apostolorum olim Divo Petro Superstitum

ad Episcopum Romanum Divi Petri Successorem ordine
in Praefectura Ecclesiae, &c. Auct. D. G. F. Weyer-
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Weyermann, 121 — 4, Q. Trauerrede auf den Herrn Karl Theodo-
rick, von und zu Guttenberg, &c. von G. F. Weyermann,
den 14ten April. Bamberg, 1794.

121 — 9, Q. Trauerrede auf Joseph den Zweiten den aller-

durchlauchtigsten Romischen Kayser, von G. F. Weyer-
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Whiston, 202, O. Six Dissertations; on Josephus; Reply to Dr.
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Wideburgius, 117, Q. Mathesis Biblica septem speciminibus com-
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Wilson, 49, F. The Works of the Rt. Rev. Father in God, Thos,
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Winckellmann, 123 — 3, Q. Lob-und Trauer-Rede auf den Herrn
Gallus, &c. &c. Von A. R. P. G. Winckellmann, den
12ten Februar. Augspurg, 1728.



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ANCIENT LITERATURE.

^ddalius^ 116, O. See Tacitus.

MHanus^ 322, 0. CI. ^liani Sophistae variae Historiae, cum No-
tis Joannis Scheflferi. Graece et Latine. Argentorati,
1647.

^lius Lampridius^ 252, O. See Historix Augustse Scriptores.

.^schinesy 24, F. See Demosthenes.

Msopus, 360, O. Selectiores iEsopi Phrygis Fabulae, et Luciani
Samosatensis Dialogi. Isocratis Orationes duae, ad De-
monicum et Nicoclem. Cebetis Thebani Tabula: nee
non Galeni Pergameni Suasoria ad artes Oratio. Graece
et Latine. Edinburgi, 1767.

Agathias Myrrinaeiis,, 346, 0. See Justinianus.

Agesilaus, 338, O. See Xenophon.

Alcibiades Secundus, 22, D. See Plato.

Mexis^ 320, O, See Poetse Minores Graeci.

Amasseus, 112, F. See Pausanias.

Jimpelius, 44, D. See Florus.

251. O. See Florus.

Amphis, 320, O. See Poetae Minores Grseci.

Anacreon, 38, D. Anacreon Teius, Poeta liyricus, summa cura,
ad fidem etiam Vet. MS. Vatican, emendatus. Aliquot
justis Poematiis,et Fragmentis plurimis, auctus. Item,
Anacreontis Vita, &c. &:c. &c. Opera et Studio Josuae
Barnes, S. T. B. Graece et Latine. Cum Effigiis. Can-
tabrigiae, 1705.

Anaxandridas, 320, O. See Poetas Minores Graeci.

Anebo, 106, F. See Jarnblichus.

Anna, Tan. Fabri Filia, 156, O. See Aurelius Victor.

Antiphanes, 320, O. See Poetae. Minores Grasci.

Antoninus, 94, Q. Marci Antonini Imperatoris de rebus suis; sive
de eis quae ad se pertinere censebat, Libri XII. Locis
baud paucis repurgati, suppleti, restituti: Versione La-
tina nova; Lectionibus variis, Locis parallelis; ac Com-
mentario perpetuo explicati et illustrati. Studio Operft.-
que Thomas Gatalceri. Accessere Annotationes selec-
tiores A. D'Acerii, necnon Marci Antonini Vita, &c.
&c. a Geo. Stanhope. Graece et Latine. Londini,
1697.

Apollodorus, 320, O. See Poetae Minores Graeci.

Apuleius, 318, O. L. Apuleii Madaurensis Opera omnia quae ex-
stant, emendata et auctaj cura Petri Colvii Brugensis;



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cum ejusdem ad omnia uberioribus Notis. Accessit,
inter alia, Liber de Syllogismo Categorico, &c. Lug-
duni Batavorum, 1688. .

Jlrg. £izantinus,.105, Q. ^qq. Porphyrins.

Aristophanes, 53, D. Aristopiianis Comoediae undecim, Grsece et
Latine, cum Fragmentis et emendationibus virorum doc-
torum, prsecipue Josephi Scaligeri. Lugduni Batavo-
rum, 1625-

Aristoteles, 43, F. Aristotelis Stagiritse Opera omnia quse exstant.
Grsece. et Latine, cum Notis, Emendationibus, &c. Is.
Casauboni aliorumque virorum doctorum. Acesserunt
Kyriaci Strozse libri duo Politicorum Graecolatinij item,
Fragmenta ex libris Aristotelis qui hodie non supersunt,
&c. &c. Tom. 2. Aurelise AUobrogum, 1605.

276, O. Aristotelis Stagiritae Opera, Graece et Latine. —

Tom. I. Aurelise AUobrogum, 1607.

70, O. Aristotelis de Poetica liber, ex Versione Theodo-

ri Goulstoni. Lectionis Varietatem e Codd. IV. Bibl.
Medicese, Indicem et Observationes suas adjunxit T.
Winstanley, A. M. &c. &c. Grsece et Latine. Oxonii,
1780.

— 128, Q. Aristotelis Physicse auscultationis libri 8.— De

Coelo, 4. — De Generatione et Corruptione, 2. — Meteo-
rologicorum, 4. — De Mundo, 1. — De Anima, 3. — De
Sensu et Sensilibus, 1. — De Memoria et Reminiscentia,
1.'— De Somno et Vigilia, 1.— De Insomniis, 1.— De
Divinatione per Somnum, 1. — De Juventute, Senectute,
Vita et Morte, 1. — ^De Respiratione, 1.— De Longitu-
dine et Brevitate Vitse, 1. — Addita in tractatus cujus-
que fine varia locorum lectio; Inventaria rerum et ver-
borum, &c. &c. &c. Grsece et Latine. Francofurti,
1596.

105, Q. See Porphyrius.

Arrianus, 289, O. See Epictetus.
Asconius, 38, Q. See Cicero.

Aurelius Victor, 156, O. Sexti Aurelii Victoris Historise Romanae
Breviarium, illustratum And. Schotti, Dom. Machanei,
Jani Gruteri, et Annas Tanaquili Fabri Filise Commen-
tariis: ut et Csesarum, Augustorum, &c. &c. iconibus
ex nummis veteribus expressis, in ses incisis. Cura et
labore Samuelis Pitisci. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1696.

Ausonius, 79, D. Magni Ausonii Burdig. viri consularis, Opex-a,
a Josepho Scaligero, et Elia Vineto, recognita, disposita,
et variorum Notis illustrata, &c. &c. &c. Mannhemii,
1795.

JBabelonius, 175, O. See Suetonius.

Bailey, 77, O. See Phsedrus.



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£arbarits, H. 158, O. See Pomponius Mela.
Barlseus, 280, O. See Lucianus.
Barnes, 38, D. See Anacreon.

72, Q. See Homerus.

Benedictus, 280, 0. See Lucianus.
Bemartius, 259, O. See Boethius.
Bertius, 259, O. See Boethius.

Bion, Sniyrn. 304, O. See Poetse Minores Grseci.

320, O. See

Boeder, 73, B. See Cornelius Nepos.
Boeclerus, 351, O. See Velleius Paterculus.

Boethius, 259, O. An. Manl. Sever. Boethii Consolationis Philo-
sophiae, libri V. Ejusd. Opuscula Sacra. Cum integris
Notis Johannis Bernartii, Theodori Sitzmani, et Renati
Vallini. Accedit Petri 13ertii Praefatio.
Severinus, 105, Q. See Porphyrins.

Bourdelotius, 280, O. See Lucianus.

Boyle, 201, O. See Phalaris.

Buchananus, 358, O. See Euripides.

Catlimachus, 320, O. See Poefa? Minores Graeci.

Calpurnius Flaccus, 284, O. See Quintilianus.

Camerarius, 38, Q, See Cicero.

Casaubonus, 43, Jl See Aristoteles.

209, O. See TTieophrastus.

319, O. See Theophrastus.

252, O. See Historix Jlugustse Scriptores.

Catullus, 71, /?. Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, cum C. Galli
Fragmentis, serio castigati. Amstelaedami, 1686.

310, O. CatuUi, Tibulli, Propertii, nova cditio. Josephus

Scaliger, Jul. Caesaris F. recensuit. Ejusdem in eos-
dem Castigationum Liber. Lutetiae, 1577.

Cato, 71, Q. See Scriptores liei Rusticae.

Cebes, 289, O. See Epictetus.

Cebetis Thebani Tabula, 22, D. See Plato.

360, O. See .Esopus.

Cicero, 38, Q. Marci TuUii Ciceronis Opera, quae supersunt, om-
nia, cum Asconio et Scholiaste veteri; ac Notis Integris
P. Victorii, J. Camerarii, F. Ursini, et selectis P. Ma-
nutii, D. Lambini, J. Gulielmii, J. Gruteri, J. F. et J.
Gronoviorum, J. G. Graevii et aliorum quamplurimorum,
qui aliquam Ciceronis Operum Partem, Animadversio-
nibus illustraverunt. Isaacus Verburgius coUegit, dispo-
suit, recensuit, &c. &c. &c. Tom. 4. Amstelsedami,
1724.

65, B. M. Tulli Ciceronis Opera omnia, post Dion. Lam-

bini, Mich. Bruti, Dion. Gothofredi, A!. Scot, aliorum-
que editiones. Cum Alexandri Scot, sectionibus Appa-



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18 ANCIENT LITERATURE.

ratui Latinae locutionis respondentibus. 8 torn, in 7.

Lngduni, 1609.
Cicero, 29, B- M. Tullii Ciceronis de Officiis, libri tres. Item,

Cato Major, Lselius, Paradoxa, et Somnium Scipionis.

Philadelphiae, 1793.
Ciacconius, 158, 0. See Pomponius Mela.
Clarke, 69, O. See Homer.

114, O. See Homerus.

115, O. See

212, 0. See Florus.

Claudianus, 74, B. CI. Claudiani quae exstant: ex emendatione
Nicolai Heinsii,Dan. F. Amstelodami,apud Elzevirium,
1677.

Clearchus, 320, O. See Poetss Minores Grseci.

Clericus, 131, O. See Hesiodus.

343, O. See Livius.

Cnippingius, 196, O. See Ovidius.

266, O. See Ovidius.

Colvius, 318, O. See Jlpuleius.
Commelinus, 312, 0. See Heliodorus.

Cornelius Nepos, 73 — 1, D. Cornelii Nepotis excellentium Im-
peratorum Vitae. Cui accessit Index Boecleri locuple-
tissimus. Londini, 1741.

73 — 2, D. Corn. Nepos, vulgo ^^milius Probus, de Vita

excellentium Imperatorum, selectissimis Notis variorum
illustratus. Rotomagi, 1758.

Cratetes, 320, 0. See Poetse Minores Grseci.

Crispinus, 263, O. See Ovidius.

Crito, 22, D. See Plato.

Curtius, 311, 0. Q. Curtius Rufus de Rebus Alexandri Magni.
Nebst Teutschen Summarien, Teutschen Supplementis,
&c. &c. &c. durcli Emanuel Sincerum. Augspurg,
1716.

D^^cerius, 94, Q. See Antoninus.

Banetus, 77^ O. See Phxdrus.

Bemocrates, 297, O. See Opuscula Mythological fyc.

Bemophilus, 297, O. See

Bemosthenes, 24, F. Demosthenis et ^schinis Principum Graeciae
Oratorum Opera, cum utriusque autoris Vita et Ulpiani
Commentariis, novisque Scholiis, ex Quarta eaque pos-
trema recognitione, Graecolatina: variis Lectionibus
adaucta, Annotationibus illustrata: per Hieron. Wol-
fium. His recens accedit vita Demosthenis ex Parallelis
Andreae Schotti. Tom. 3. Francofurti, 1604.

Biodorus, 70, i).Diodori Siculi Bibliothecae Historicae libri XVII.
Lugduni, 1559.

Sinop. 320, O. See Poetse Minores Grxci.



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ANCIENT LITERATURE. 19

Dionysius, 290, O. Dionysii Geographia emendata et locupletata,
Additione Scil. Geographiae llodiernae, Grseco Carmine
pariter doiiatac : cum 1 6 tabulis geo^raphicis. Ab. Edw.
Wells, A. M. &c. Giaece et Latine. Oxonii, 1704.

Biphihis, 520, O. Sec Foetx Minores Gracci.

Du-Ganlus, 45, D. See Lucianus.

Duportus, 209, O. See Theophrastus.

Epictetus, 289, O. Epicteti Stoici Philosophi Enchiridion: una
cum Cebetis Thebani Tabula. Quibus adjiciuntur Sim-
plicii Commentarius in Enchiridion Epicteti. Item, Ar-
riani Commentariorum de Epicteti Disputationibus, libri
IV. Omnia Hieronymo Wolfio Interprete. Graece et
Latine. Londini, 1G70.

Erasmus, 87, F. See Plinius.

Eratosthenes, 320, O. See Poetse Minores Grxci

Eriphus, 320, O. See

Ernesti, 260, O. See Xenophon.

Eiibulus, 320, O. See Poetse Minores Grseei.

Evenusy Par. 329, O. See

Euripides, 268, O. Euripidis Tragoediae octodecim, Graece. Ba-
sileae, 1537,

183, O. Euripidis Hecuba, Orestes, et Phoenissae, cum

Scholiis antiquis; ac Versione, Notisque Johannis King,
fere integris; curante Thoma Morell: qui Alcestin ad-
jecit, cum Scholiis quae extant, nova Versione, ct Notis
perpetuis. Graece et Latine. Tom. 2. Londini, 1748.

358, O. Euripidis Tragoediae dure, Medea et Alcestis;

cum Interpretatione Latina Georgii Buchanani Scoti. —

Graece et Latine. Edinburgi, 1722.
Faber, Tan. 280 O. See Lucianus.
Fabius Avus, 284, O. See Quintilianus.
Fannius, 335, O. See Poetae Latini Minores.
Farnabius, 43, D. See LucOnus.

50, D. See Seneca.

286, O. See Martialis.

Ficinus, 269, O. See Plato.

Flavins Vopiscus, 252, O. See Historic Jlugustx Scriptores.

Floras, 44, D. L. Julii Flori Rerum a Romanis gestarum libri
IV. A Johanne Stadio emendati. Seorsum excusus in
eos Commentarius J. Stadii elaboratissimus. Cui acces-
serunt Chronologicae CI. Salmasii excerptiones: una cum
variis Lectionibus,&c. — Item, L. Ampelii Liber Memo-
rialis, &c. Oxoniae, 1669.

251, O. L. Annaei Flori Epitome Rerujn Romanarumcum

Notis integris CI. Salmasii, et selectis Variorum. Ac-
cedunt Jo. Georgii Graevii Annotationes; nee non Nu-
mismata et antiqua Monumenta, cum Variantibus Lee-



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20 ANCIENT LITERATURE.

tionibus, &c. &c. &c. In fine additus est L. Ampelius.

Amstelsedami, 1682.
Florus, 212, 0. L. Annaei Flori Epitome Rerutn Romanarum. —

With an English Translation as literal as possible. By

John Clarke. Latin and English. London.
Freinshemius, 116, O. 8ee Tacitus.

216, 0. See Quintus Curtius.

343^ 0. See Livius.

Gale, 106, F. See Jamhlichus.

Galeni Pergameni Suasoria ad artes Oratio, 360, O. See ^sopus.

Gallus, 71, D. See Catullus.

Gatakerus, 94, Q. See Antoninus.

Gelenius, 87, F. See Plinius.

Gellius, 325, O. A. Gel Hi luculentissimi Scriptoris, Noctes Atti-

cae. Lugduni, 1571.
Gesnerus, 71, Q. See Scriptores JRei Musticse.
Goulstonus, 70, O. See Aristotdes.
Graevius, 38, Q. See Cicero.

131, O. See Hesiodus.

251, O. See Florus.

280, O. See Lucianus.

Gronovius, 38, Q. See Cicero.
— 59, -O. See Tacitus.

116, O. See Tacitus.

158, O. See Pomponius Mela.

265, O. See Plautus.

275, O. See Plautus.

280, O. ^eo. Lucianus.

337, O. See Pomponius Mela.

Grotius, 43, D. See Lucanus.

116, O. See Tacitus.

Gruterus, 32, F. See Livius.

38, Q. See Cicero.

80, F. See Seneca.

116, O. See Tacitus.

'-. 156, O. See ^urelius Victor.

■ ■ 252, O. See Historic ^ugustse Scriptores.
Guietus, 131, O. See Hesiodus.

280, O. See LUcianus

Gulielmius, 38, Q. See Cicero.
Harduinus, 16, F. See Themistius.
Heindorjius, 200, O. See Plato.
Heinsius, 74, i). See Claudianus.

131, O. See Hesiodus.

196, O. See Ovidius.

266, O. See

Heliodorus, 312, O. Heliodori Aethiopicorum libri X. Ad fidem



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ANCIENT LITERATURE. 21

MSS. ab Hieronymo Commelino emendati, multis in
locis aucti, ejusdemque Notis illustrati. Graece et La-
tine. Lugduni, 1611.

Hdiodori Larissxi Optica^ 297, O. See Opiiscula Mythologica,
8,'c.

HeraclUus, '■297, O. See Opuscula Mythological ^-c.

Hesiodus, 131, O. Hesiodi Ascrasi quaecuinque exstant, Graece et
Latine, ex recensione JoannisClerici, cumejusdem Ani-
madversionibus. Cum Notis, &c. &c. Scaligeri, Hein-
sii, Guieti, S. Clerici, Graevii, et Pasoris. Amstelo-
dami, 1701.

Heyne, 161, O. See Silius Italicus.

Hipparc/ms, 320, O. See Pacta; Minores Graeci.

Historise Auguatse. Scriptores, 252, O. Historiae Augustae Scrip-
tores VI. ifr'Jiiis Spartianiis, Jnlius Capitolinus, TElius
Lampridius, Vulc. Gallicanus, Trebell. Pollio, Flavius
Vopiscus. Cum integris Notis Is. Casauboni, CI. Sal-
masii, et Jani Gruteri, &c. Tom. 2. Lugduni Bata-
vorum, 1671.

Historiae, 3, 1). Selectas e profanis Scriptoribus Historiae. Phila-
delphiae, 1819.

Homenis, 72. Q. Homeri Opera Omnia, et in eadem Scholia, sive
Interpretatio Veterum. Una cum Notis perpetuis, in
Textum et Scholia, necnon Variis Lectionibus longe.
Plurimis, et Versione Latina, accuratiori limil perpolita.
Opera, Studio, et Impensis, Josuae Barnes, S. T. 13. &c.
Tom. 2. Cantabrigiae, 1711.

114, O. Homeri I lias, Graece et Latine. Cum Annota-

tionibus Samuelis Clarke, S. T. P. Tom. 2. Londini,
1760.

115, O. Homeri Odyssea, Grace et Latine. Edidit, An-

notationesque ex Notis nonnuUis MStis. a Samuele
Clarke, S. T. P. defuncto relictis, partim coUectas, ad-
jecit Samuel Clarke, Societ. Reg. Soc. Tom. 2. Lon-
dini, 1758.

69, O. Homeri Ilias, Graece et Latine. Cum Annota-

tionibus Samuelis Clarke, S. T. P. Vol. II. Dublinii,
1787.
Honorius, Julius, 158, O. See Pomponius Mela.

337, O. See

Hutchinson, 177, O. See Xenophon.

338, O. See

Isocrates, 100, F. Isocratis Scripta, quae quidem nunc extant,
omnia, Graecolatina, postremo recognita: Annotationibus
novis et eruditis illustrata, Castigationibusque necessa-
riisque expolita: Hieronymo Wolfio CEtingensi inter-
prete et auctore, &c. &c. Basilae, 1570.



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22 ANCIENT LITERATURE.

Orationes duse, <^c. 360, O. See j^sopus.

Jamblichus, 106, F. Jamblichi Chalcidensis ex Ccele-Syria, de
Mysteiiis Liber. Prasmittitur Epistola Porphyrii ad
Anebonem iEgyptium, eodem argumento. Thomas
Gale, Anglus Grsece nunc primura edidit, Latine vertit,
et Notas adjecit. Oxonii, 1678.

Johnson, 89, O. See Sophocles.

Jornandes Jllanus, 346, O. See Justinianus.

Julius Capitolinus, 252, O. See Historix Augustse Scriptores.

Firmicus, 132, O. See Minucius Felix.

Juvenalis, 80, B. Junii Juvenalis et Auli Persii Flacci Satyrse,
ex doctorum virorum emendatiojie. -Hagse-Comitum,
1683.

Justinus, 34, JD. Justini ex Trogi Pompeii Historiis externis 11-
bri XLIV. Londini, 1756.

Justinianus, 346, O. Justinian! August! Historia, in qua Bellum
Persicum, Vandilicum, Gothicum, Belisari! praesertim
Narsetisque, prudentia &c. fellciter absolutum^ opera
autem et studio Procopii Csesariensis, Agathige Myrri-
nsei, Jornandis Alani, Libris XIII continetur. Acce-
dunt Procopii de Justiniani JEdificiis Lib. VI. et Jor-
nandis de regnorum et temporum Liber. &c. &c. Ge-
nevae, 1594.

King, 183, O. See Euripides.

Laertius, 269, O. See Plato.

Lallemand, 41, 2). See Plinius.

Lamhinus, 38, Q. See Cicero.

— 88j, Q. See Lucretius.

LeunclaviuSf 67, F. See Xenophon.

177, O. See —

Libanius, 98, F. Libani! Sophistse Opera Omniaj nunc prlmum
prodeunt, partim e Bibliotheca Regia, partim e Vaticana,
aliisque. Fed. Morellus Prof. Reg. Decanus recensuit,
castigavit, Latine vertit, et Notis lliustravit. Grsece et
Latine. Tom. 2. Parisiis, 1606—1627.

Lindenhrogius, 51, Q. See Virgilius.

Linus, 320, O. See Poetse Minores Grseci.

Lipsius, J. 116, O. See Tacitus.

-Livius, 32, F. Tit! Livii Patavini Historlcorum Romanorum Prln-
cipis, libr! omnes superstites, recognit! et emendati ad
MSS. Codd. Fuld. Mogunt. et Colon, fidem, a Francis-
co Modio; nunc etiam comparati cum Membranis Bibl.
Palat. Elect., melioresque facti cura tertia Jani Gruteri:
cujus accedunt Notae criticae et politicsej nee non quin-
quaginta aliquot In Corn. Taciturn Discursus, &c. Fran-
cofurti ad Moenum, 1628.
' ' 343, O. Titi LivU Hlstorlarum quod exstat, cum integris



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ANCIENT LITERATURE. 23

Joannis Freinshemii Supplementis. Tabulis Geographi-
cis, &c. Recensuit et Notulis auxit Joannes Clericus.
Tom. 10. Anvstelaedami, 1710.

Livius, 197, O. T. Livii Patavini Historiarum ab Urbe condita
Libri. Tom. 2.

Longinus^ 1 37, O. Dionysii Longini de Sublimitate Commenta-
rius. Cum Versione et Nolis Zacharire Pearce, A. M.
&c. Accessit Fr. Porti Cretensis in Longinum Com-
mentarius integer. Grsece et Latine. Amstelaedami,
1733.

LucanuSy 43, D. M. Annaeus Lucanus de Bello Civili: cum Hu-
gonis Grotii, Farnabii Notis intcgris, et Variorum selec-
tissimis^ accurante Cornelio Schrevelio. — Item, Petronii
Arbitri specimen Belli Civilis, — Item, Supplementum
Lucani Libri septem. Authore Thoma Maio, Anglo,
&c. &c. Lugduni, 1670.

127, F. M. Annei Lucani Pharsalia, cum duobus com-

mentis Joannis Sulpitii Verulaniet Omniboni Vicentini,
&c. &c. Venetiis, 1505.

297, O. See Opuscula Myt/iologica, ^'C.

Lucianus, 280, O. Luciani Samosatensis Opera. Ex Versione
Joannis Benedicti. Cum Notis integris Bourdelotii,
Palmerii Tan. Fabri, Menagii, Guieti, Graevii, Grono-
vii, Barlasi, Tollii, et selectis aliorum. Accedunt in-
edita Scholia in Lucianum, ex Bibliotheca Isaaci Vossii.
GrDece et Latine. Tom. 2. Amstelodami, 1G87.

• 45, D. Luciani Samosatensis Dialogorum selectorum li-
bri duo, a Gulielmo Du-gardo recogniti, &c. Graece
et Latine. Londini, 1737.

360, O. See Msopus.

Ludarif 24, D. The select Dialogues of Lucian, in Greek. With
a new literal Translation in Latin, and Notes in Eng-
lish. By Edward Murphy, M. A. Dublin, 1785.

Lucretius, 88, Q. T. Lucretii Cari de Rerum Natura, libri VI,
a Dion. Lambino, Monstroliensi ex auctoritate quinque
Codd. MSS. emendati, et commentariis illustrati, &c.
&c. &c. Cum Vita Lucretii, eodem Lambino auctore.
liUtctiae, 1570.

Machanms, 156, 0. See Aurelius Victor.

Mains, 43, D. See Lucanus.

Mamttius, 38, Q. See Cicero.

Marcellus, 335, O. See Poetre Lcitini Minores.

Martialis, 7\, Q. See Scripforcs Rei Rusticx.

286, O. M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammata, cum Notis

Farnabii et Variorum. Accurante Cornelio Schrevelio.
Lugduni Batavorum, 1661.
Masvicius^ 5\, Q. See Virgilius.



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24 ANCIENT LITERATURE.

Menagius, 280, O. See Lucianus.

Menander, 320, O. See PoHcr Minores Grceci.

Menecrates, 320, O. See

Merceriis, 116, O. See Tacitus.

Metrodorus, 320, O. See PoettB Minores Grtsci.

Meursius^ 132, O. See Minucius Felix.

Mimnermus, 320. O, See Poet<B Minores Greed.

Minucius Felix, 132, O. M. Minucii Felicis Octavius cum inte-
gris omnium Notis, &c. novaque Recensione Jacobi
Ouzelii. Cujus et accedunt Animadversiones. Insuper
Joh. Meursii Notse. Et Liber Julii Firmici Materni, V.
C. De Errore Profanarum Religionum. Lugduni Ba-
tavorum, 1672.

329, O. Marci Minucii Felicis Octavius. Ex recensione

Johannis Davisii. Glasgufe, apud Foulis, 1 750.
Modius, 32, P. See Livius.
Morell, 183, O. See Euripides.
Morellus, 98, F. See Lihanius.
Moschus, 304, O. See Poetce Minores Grteci.

320, O. See

Muretus, 116, O. See Tacitus.

177, O. See Xenophon.

Murphy, 24, D. See Lucian.

MusfBus, 304, O. See Poetce Minores Grcsci.

■ -320, O. See

J^aumachius, 320, O. See —

Needham, 209, O. See Theophrastus.

Nemesianus, 335, O. See Poette Latini Minores.

Nicostratus, 320, O. See Poetce Minores Grceci.

Novus Historiarum Delectus, 255, O. Novus PlistoriaVum Fabel-
larumque Delectus: cum Notis et Versione. Graece et La-
tine. In Usum Scholce Etonensis. Londini, 1701.

Ocellus Lucanus, 297, O. See Opuscula 3Iythologica, (Sfc.

Olivarius, 158, O. See Pomponius Mela.

Opuscula Mythologica, Ethica, et Physica, 297, O. Opuscula My-
thologica, Ethica, et Physica. Graece et Latine. Palae-
phatus, Heraclitus, Anonymus, Phurnutus, Sallustius,
Ocellus Lucanus, Timeeus Locrus. — Demophilus, Demo-
crates, Secundus, Sextius P^/^Aa^oncw.?, Theophrasti Cha-
racteres., Pythagoricorum Fragmenta. — Heliodori Laris-
saei Optica. Cantabrigice, 1671.

Orpheus., 320, O. See Poetce. Minores Grceci.

Ouzelius, 132, O. See Minucius Felix.

Ovidius, 196, O. P. Ovidii Nasonis Opera Omnia, cum integris Ni-
colai Heinsii, D. F. lectissimisque Variorum Notis: qui-
bus non pauca, ad suos quaeque antiquitatis fontes dili-



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genti comparatione reducta, accesserunt, studio Bor-
chardi Cnippingii. Tom. 3. Amstelodami, 1702.

Ovidius 266. O. P. Ovidii Nasonis Opera Omnia, cum integris
Nic Heinsii, D. F. lectissimisque Variorum Notis, &c.
&c. Studio Borchardi Cnippingii. Tom.' 3. Lugduni
Batavorum, 1670.

47, J). P. Ovidii Nasonis Operum Tom. II. Londini,

1715.

61, B. Ovidii Nasonis Tristium, libri V. cum Notis no-
vis et perpetuis ad modum J. Minellii, &.c. &c. Opera
et Studio M. Erdmaniii Uhsei. Lipsiae, 1711.

109, O. P. Ovidii Nasonis Metamorphoseon. libri XV.

Cum notis Anglicis, &c.

263, O. P. Ovidii Nasonis Epistolse. Cum Interpreta-

tione et Notis Danielis Crispini Helvetii, &c. &c. &c.
Londini.

Palladius, 712, O. See Scriptores Rei Rusticx.

Palmeriiis, 280, O. See Lucianiis.

Panyasis, 320, O. See Poetae Minor es Grseci.

Parens, 292, O. See Plautus.

Pasor, 131, O. See Hesiodus.

Pausanias, 112, F. Pausaniae accuralaGraeciaeDescriptio, k Gui-
lielmo Xylandro Augustano diligenter recognita, accesse-
runt Annotationes G. Xvlandri et Frid. Sjiburgi, et
Romuli Amasaai Versio, &c. &c. Graece et Latine.—
Hanoviaa, 1613.

Pearce, 137, O. See Longinns.

Persiiis, 80, D. See Juvenalis.

Petavius, 16, F. See Themistius.

Petronius ^Irbitcr, 43, B. See Lucanus.

Phaedrus, 77-, O. Phscdri Augusti Caesaris Liberti, Fnbularum
iEsopiarum libri quinque; una cum Clave, &c. et Notis
Petri Daneti, &c. &c. &c. Latine et Anglice. Opera et
Studio N. Bailey. Londini, 1744.

6, B. The Fables of Phaedrus in Latin, M'ith English

Notes and a Vocabulary. Baltimore, 1827. (Presented

by the Rev. Charles Williams.)
Phalaris^ 201, O. Phalaridis Agrigentinorum Tyranni Epistolae.

Ex. MSS. recensuit, Versione. Annotationibus, et Vita

insuper Authoris donavit Car. Boyle ex iiide Christi

Graece et Latine. Oxonii.
Pherecrates, 320, 0. See Poetae Minorca Graeci.
Philargyrius, 51,, Q. See Virgilius.
Philemon., 320, O. See Poetae Minores Graeci.

Philippus^ 320, O. See

Phocylides, 304, O. See

320, 0. See



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Phurnutus, 297, O. See Opuscula Mythologica, &c.

Fichena, 116, O. See Tacitus.

Pierius, 51, Q. See Virgilius.

Pindarus, 15, i). Omnia Pindari quae extant, Olympia, Pythia,
Nemea, Isthmia. Cum Interpretatione Latina. Grsece
et Latine. Glasguse, apud Foulis, 1744.

110, F. Pindari Olympia, Nemea, Isthmia. Una cum

Latina omnium Versione Carmine Lyrico per Nicolaum
Sudorium, Scholiis antiquis Graecis, Variantibus Lec-
tionibus. Vita Pindari, Chronologia Olympionicarum,
&c. &c. &c. Qxonii, 1697-

Pintianus. 158, O. See Fomponius Mela.

Pitiscus, 156, O. See Aurelius Victor,

Plato, 269, 0. Platonis Philosophi quse exstant Graece ad edi-
tionem Henrici Stephani accurate expressa, cum Mar-
silii Ficini Interpretatione, Prsemittitur L. III. Laertii
de Vita et Dogm. Platonis. Cum Notitia Literaria.
Accedit Varietas Lectionis. Tom. 12. Biponti, 1781.

200, O. Platonis Phaedo. Scholarum in usum seorsum, cum

Annotatione perpetua edidit, L. H . Heindorfius. Graece.
Berolini, 1810.

22, D Platonis Apologia Socratis.

Crito.

Alcibiades Secundus.
Cebetis Thebani Tabula-

Xenophontis Prodici Hercules. Graece et La-
tine. Abredonise, 1759.
Plautus, 265, O. M. Accii Plauti Comoediae. Accedit Com-
mentarius ex Variorum Notis et Observationibus, &c.
&c. Ex recensione Joh. Frederici Gronovii. Lugduni
Batavorum, 1664.
275, O. M. Accii Plauti Comoediae, cum Commentariis Va-
riorum ex recensione Joh. Frederici Gronovii. Tom. 2.
Amstelodami, 1684.

292, 0. M. Accii Plauti, Sarsinatis Umbi Comoediae XX.

superstites et deperditarum fragmenta. Philippus Pa-
rens tertium recensuit: ac Notis perpetuis illustravit.
Francofurti, 1641.
Plinius, 41, JD. C Plinii Caecilii Secundi Epistolae et Panegyri-
cus Trajano dictus. Recensuit Joannes Nic. Lalle-
mand. Parisiis, 1769.

87, F. C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Mundi libri triginta

septem. Cura Bes. Erasmi Roterodami. Cum Cas-
tigationibus Sigismundi Gelenii. Lugduni, 1548.
Plotinus, 125, F. Plotini Divini illius e Platonica familia Philoso-
phi, De rebus Philosophicis libri LIII. in Enneades sex
distributi, a Marsilio Ficino Florentine e GrtBca lingua



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in Latinam versi, et ab eodem doctissimis commentariis
illustrati, omnibus cum Gra3Co exemplari coUatis et di-
ligenter castigatis. Basileae, 1559.

Flutarchus,il7.F. Plutarchi Chaeronei, Philosophi, Historicique,
Clarissimi, Opuscula (quae quidem extant) omnia, unde-
quaque collecta, et diligentissime jampridemrecoguita.
Latine. Basileae, 1530.

57, F. Plutarchi Chaeronensis Moralia, Gulielmo Xy-

landro interprete. Graece et Latine. Francofurti, 1620.

Poetx Minores Graeci, 320, O. Poetae Minores Graeci, Hesiodus,
Tlieocritus, Moschus, Bion, Smyrn. Simmias, Ji/iod.
Musaeus, Theognis,Phocylides, Pythagoras, Solon, Tyr-
taeus, Simonides,Rhianus, Naumachius, Panyasis, Or-
pheus, Mimnermus, Linus, CalUmachus, Evenus, Far.
Eratosthenes, Menecrates, Posidippus, Metrodorus. —
Fragniienta quaedam Philemonis, Alexidis, Amphidis,
Anaxandridae, Antiphanis. Apollodori,Diphili, Menandri,
Diodori, Sinop. Eubuli,Hipparchi,Nicostrati,Pherecra-
tis, Philippi, Sotadac, Cratetis, Eriphi, Posidippi, Timo-
clis,Clearchi, et aliorum incertorum Autorum. Accedunt
Observationes Radulphi "VVintertoni in Hesiodum.
Graece et Latine. Cantabrigiae, 1677.
304, O. Poeta Minores Graeci, selecti et emendati:

scilicet, Hesiodus, Theocritus, Moschus, Bion, Smyrn.
Musaeus, Theognis, Phocylides, Pythagoras. Cum ex-
plicationegrammaticavocumdifficiliorum, et tabulisaere
incisis. Graece et Latine. Londini, 1739.

Foetx Latini Minores, 335, O. Poetae Latini Minores, Faliscus,
M. Aur. 01. Nemesianus, T. Cal. Siculus, CI. Ruti-
lius, Q. Ser. Samonicus, Marcellus, Q. Rh. Fannius,
Sulpicia, ex editione Petri Burmanni fideliter expressi.
Glas^uae, apud Foulis, 1752.

Fomponius Mela, 337, O. Pomponii Melae libri ties de Situ Orbis,
nummis antiquis et notis illustrati a Jacobo Gronovio.
Julii Honorii Oratoris Excerpta Cosmographiae ab eodem
nunc primum ex MS.edita. Cosmographia, falso ^thi-
cum auctorem praeferens, cum variis Lectionibus e MS.
Ravennas Geographus, ex MS. Lugdunensi suppletus.
Lugduni Batavorum, 1696.

158, O. Pomponii Melae de Situ Orbis, libri IIL Cum

Notis Integris H. Barbari, P. G. Olivarii, F. N. Pin-
tiani, P. Ciacconii, A. Schotti, J. Vossii, et J. Gronovii.
Accedunt Julii Honorii Oratoris Excerpta Cosmogra-
phiae, &c. &c. &c. Curante Ab. Gronovio. Tom. 2.
Lugduni Batavorum, 1722.

Porphyrins, 105. Q. Porphyrii Phoenicis Isagoge, id est, Intro-
ductio in Dialecticen. Item, Aristotelis Stagiritae



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Principis Philosophorum Opera omnia, quae pertinent
ad inventionem et judicationem Dialecticse. Partim
Argyropolo Bizantino, partim Boethio Severino inter-
prete. Colonias, 1586.

Porphyrins, 106, F. See Jamblichus.

Partus, 67, F. See Xenophon.

177, O: See

137", O. See Longinus.

Posidippus, 320, 0. See Poetse Minores Graeci.
Procopius, 346, O. See Justinianus.
Propertius, 71, D. See Catullus.
310, O. See

O. See libullus.

Pythagoras, 304, O. See Poetse. Minores Grseci.

320, O. See

Pythagoricorum Fragmenta, 297, O. See Opuscula Mythological

&c.
Quintilianus, 284, O. M. Fabii Quintiliani Institutionum Orato-

riarum libri duodecim.-^Declamationes undeviginti. M.

Eabii Avi et Calpurnii Flacci Declamationes. Auctoris

incerti Dialogus,de causis corruptse ETbquentiae. Cum

Variorum Notis. Tom. 2. Lugduni Batavorum, 1665.
Quintus Curtius, 81, B. Quintus Curtius Rufus de Rebus gestis

Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum, cum supplemen-

tis, &c. &c.

216, O. Quintus Curtius de Rebus gestis Alexandri

Magni Regis Macedonum. Cum. Notis et J. Freinshemii

Supplementis, &c. &c. Londini.
Rhenanus, 116, O. See Tacitus.
Rhianus, 320, 0. See Poetse Minores Grseci.
Ruseus, 108, 0. See Virgilius.
Ruperti, 161, O. See Silius Italicus.
Rutilicus, 335, O. See Poetse Latini Minores,
Sallustius, 297, O. See Opuscula Mythologica, &c.
Salmasius, 252, O, See Historiae Augustse Scriptores.

44, I). See Florus.

Samonicus, 335, O. See Poetse Latini Minores.
Scaliger, 53, B. See Aristophanes.

131, O. See Hesiodus.

79, B. See Jiusonius.

51, Q. See Virgilius.

310, O. See Catullus.

Schefferus, 322, O. See j^lianus.
Schottus, 24 F. See Bemosthenes,

158, O. See Pomponius Mela.

156, O. See Aurelius Victor.

Schrevelius, 43, B. See Lucanus.



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Scot, 65, D. See Cicero.

Scriptores Rei Rusticse, 71, Q. Scriptores Rei Rusticae veteres
Latini, Cato, VaiTO, Columella, Palladius, quibus nunc
acceclit Ve-^etius de Mulo-Medicina, et Gargilii Mar-
tialis Frasmentum, cum editionibus prnpe omnibus et
MSS. pluiibus collati, adjectse Nolae Viiorum Clariss.
integrae tuui editae turn iiieditae, et Lexicon Rei Rusti-
cae, curaiite Jo. Mattliia Gesnero: cum iiguris. Lip-
siae, 1735.
Seamdus, 297, O. See Opuscula Myfhofogica, &c.
Seneca, 80, R L. Annaeus Seneca, a M. Antonio Mureto cor-
rectus et Notis illustratus. Accedunt seorsim, Ani-
madversiones Jani Gruteri. 1594.

50, B. L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, cum Notis Farnabii.

Amstelodami, 1678.
Serviiis, 5\, Q. See Virgilius.

Sextius Pythagoras, 297, O. See Opuscula Mythologlca, &c.
Sicuhis, 335, O. See Poetse Lafini Minores.
Silius llalkus, 161, 0. Caii Silii Italici Punicorum libri septem-
deciin, VarietateLectioniset perpetuaadnotatione illus-
trati a G. Alex. Ruperti. Cum Praefatione Chr. Gottl.
Heyne. Tom. 2. Goettingae, 1795.
Simmias, Rhod. 320, O. See Poetse Minores Grssci.

Simonides, 320, O. See

Simplicius, 289, O. See Epictetus.
Sincerus, 5l\, O. See Q. Cnrtius.
Sitzmanus, 259, O. See Boethius.
Solon, 320, O. See Poetae Minores Grseci.

Sophocles, 89, O. Soplmclis Tragoediae Septem: nova versione
donatae, Scholiisque vetei ibus illustratae; accedunt Notae
perpetuae, et Variae Lectiones, Opera Tbomae Johnson,
A. M.,&c. Accessere etiam Notae selects et Enien-
dationes ex Codd. Variorum doctorum Virorum, nuper
editis. Graece et Latine. Tom. 2. Etonae, 1775.

298, O. Sophoclis Tragoediae VII. Una cum omnibus

graecis Scholiis ad calcem adnexis. Graece et Latine.
Cantabrigiae, 1669.

27, D. Sophoclis Tragoediae, cum Versione Latina et se-

lectis quibusdam Lectionibus. Graece et Latine.^
Tom. 2. Londini, 1747.
Sofadas, 320, O. See Poetae Minores Grseci.
Sladius, 44, D. See Floras.
Stanhope, 94, Q. See Antoninus.
Stephanas, 177, O. See Xenophoru
Stroza Kyr. 43, F. See Jlristoteles .
Sudoriiis, 110, F. See Pindarus.
Suetonius, 1 75, O. C. Suetonii Tranquilli Opera omnia quae ex-



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«

tant, cum Interpretatione et Notis Augustini Babelonii.
Londini, 1718.

Suetonius, 218, O.Q. Suetonii Tranquilli XII. Csesares. With an
English translation. London.

Sulpida, 335, O. See Poetse Latini Minores.

Sulpitius, 127 F. See Lucanus.

Sylburgus, 112, F. See Pausanias.

Tacitus, 116, D. C. Cornelii Taciti Opera, quae exstant, inte-
gris J. Lipsii, Rhenanij, Ursini, Mureti, Pichense, Mer-
ceri, Gruteri, Acidalii, Grotii, Freinshemii^ et selectis
aliorum commentariis illustrata. Joh. Fred. Gronovius
recensuit, et suas Notas passim adjecit. Accedunt
Jac. Gronovii excerpta ex variis Lectt. MS. Oxon. —
Tom. 2. Amstelodami, 1685.

59, D. C. Cornelii Taciti Opera quse supersunt. Ex

editione Jacobi Gronovii fideliter expressa. Tom. 4.
Glasguse, apud Foulis, 1753.

76, D. C. Cornelius Tacitus, cum optimis exemplaribus

coUatus. Amstelodami, apud Elzevirium, 1678.

32, F. See Livius.

Terentius, 77, B. Pub. Terentii Comoedise sex, ex recensione
Heinsiana. Amstelodami.

Ihemistius, 16, F. Themistii Orationes XXXIII. e quibus tre-
decim nunc primum in lucem editae. Dionysius Peta-
vius e Soc. Jesu latine plerasque reddidit, ac fere vi-
cenas Notis illustravit. Accesserunt ad easdem XX.
Orationes Notae alternse ad reliquas tredecim perpetuae
Observationes Joannis Harduini. Graece et Latine. —
Parisiis, 1684.

Theocritus, 304, O. See Poetse Minores Grseci.
320, O. See

Theognis, 304, O. See

320, O. See

Theophrastus, 209, O. Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Grsece
et Latine. Cum Notis ac Emendationibus Isaaci Ca-
sauboni et aliorum. Accedunt Jacobi Duporti Praelec-
tiones. Graeca cum vetustissimis MSS. collata, recen-
suit et Notas adjecit Pet. Needham, S. T. B. &c. —
Cantabrigiae, 1712.

319, O. Theophrasti Narrationes Morum. Isaacus Ca-

saubonus recensuit, in Latinum sermonem vertit, et
Libro Commentario illustravit. Graece et Latine.—
Lugduni, 1638.

297, O. Theophrasti Characteres, See Opuscula Mytho-

logica, &c.
libidlusj 334, O. Tibulli et Propertii Opera. Ex editione J.



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Broukhusii fideliter expressa. Glasguae, apud Foulis,

1753.
TibuUus, 71, B. See Catullus.

310, 0. See

Timaeus, 297, O. See Opiiscula Mythologica, &c.

Timocles, 320, O. See Poetse 3nnores Graeci.

Tollius, 280, O. See Lucianus.

Trebellius Pollio, 252, 0. See Historic Jlugustx Scriptores.

Thrtaeus, 320, O. See Poetae Minores Graeci.

ifhseus, 61, Z). See Ovidius.

Ulpianus, 24, /I See Demosthenes.

Ursinus, 38, Q. See Cicero.

116, O. See Tacitus.

Vallimts, 259, O. See Bocthivs.

Varro, 71, $. See Scriptores Pei Rusticae.

Vegetius, 71, Q. See

Velleius Paterciilus, 340, O. Caii Velleii Paterculi quae super-
sunt ex Historise Romanse voluminibus duobus. Ex
editione Petri Burmanni fideliter expressa. Glasguae,
apud Foulis, 1752.

351, O. P. Velleii Paterculi Hist. Rom. ad M. Vinicum

Cos. libri duo. Cum Annotatis Jo. Henrici Boecleri. —

Argentorati, 1663.
Verburgius, 38, Q. See Cicero.
Vicentinus, 127, F. See Lucanus.
Victorias, 38, Q. See Cicero.
Vinetits, 79, D. See Ausonius.
Virgilius, 51, Q. P. Virgilii Maronis Opera, cum integris Com-

mentariis Servii, Philargyrii, Pierii. Accedunt Scali-

gerietLindenbrogiiNotse ad Culicem, Cirin, Catalecta.

Ad Cod. MS. Regium Parisiensem recensuit Pancratius

Masvicius. Cum figuris, &c. Tom. 2. Leovardiae,

1717.

108, O, P. Virgilii Maronis Opera. Interpretatione et

Notis illustravit Carolus Ruaeus, Soc. Jesu, ad usum
Delphini. Londini, 1785.

11, Q. Publii Virgilii Maronis Bucolica, Georgica, et

^neis. Birminghamiae, apud Baskerville, 1757. (Pre-
sented by J. Penn.)

66. D. Publii Virgilii Maronis Bucolica, Georgica, et

^neis. Cantabrigiae, 1702.
Vossiics, 158, O. See Pomponius Mela.
Vulc. Gallicanus, 252, O. See Historian Augustas Scriptores.
Wells, 240, 0. See Dionysius.
Winstanley, 70, O. See Jiristoteles.
Winterfonus, 320, O. See Poetae Minores Graeci.
fVolfius, 24, F. Sec Demosthenes.



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fVoIfius, 100, F. See Isocrates.

289, 0. See Epictetus.

Xenophon, 67, F. Xenophontis, Philosophi et Imperatoris cla-
rissimi, qua exstant Opera, cum Nova Adpendice, &c.
Opera Joannis Leunclavii Amelburni. Accesserunt
^milii Porti, Fr. Porti Cr. Fil. Notae, &c. &c. &c.
Greece et Latine. Lutetiae Parisiorum, 1625.

177. O. Xenophontis de Cyri Institutione libri Octo.

Cum NotisStephani, Leunclavii, Porti et Mureti, Variis
Lectionibus, &c. &c. &c. Cura Thomas Hutchinson,
A. M. Grsece et Latine. Londini, 1747.

83, O. Xenophontis de Cyri Expeditione libri septem,

a Thoma Hutchinson. Greece et Latine. Cantabrigiae,
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. 260, O. Xenophontis Memorabilium Socratis Dictorum,
libri IV. Grsece et Latine. Cum Notis Integris Ernesti,
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338, 0. Xenophontis de Agesilao Rege Oratio. Adjecta

est Versio Latina ex editione T. Hutchinson. Graece
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Xenophontis, Prodici Hercules, 22, D. See Plato.

Xylander, 57, F. See Plutarchus.

112, i^. See Pausanias,



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Academia Oxoniensis, TO, F. Academiae Oxoniensis Comitia
Pliilologica in Tlieatro Sheldoniano decimo die Julii,
A, D. 1713. Celebrata in Honorem Ser. Reginae
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Mminiculum Puerile^ 23, D. Adminiculum Puerile: or, an Help
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Mnsworth, 90, O. An Abridgement of the Quarto Edition of
Ainsworth's Dictionary, English and Latin, &c. by
Thomas Morrell, L. L. D. London, 1785.

AntesignanuSy 321, O. See Hesiodus.

Ascham, 195, O. The Scholemaster: shewing a plain and perfect
way of teaching the learned Languages. By Roger
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257, O. See Faber, Tan.

Jlulus Gellius, 341, O. See P. Mosellanus.

Bachmair, 211, O. A German Grammar, containing the Theory
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Bentzius, 69, F. Thesaurus Elocutionis Oratoriae Graecolatinus
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Blount, 99, F. Censura celebriorum Authorum, sive Trac-
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Brutus, 330, O. Joh. Michaelis Bruti Opera varia selecta, nimi-
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Calepinus, 34, F. Ambrosii Calepini Dictionarium, tanta taraque
multa verborum, turn Latinorum, turn etiam Graecorum,
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formularum accessione adauctum, ut thesaurus Linguae
Latins^ dici possit. Adjunctae sunt praeterea singulis
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Vocibus Latinis, Italicae, Gallicae, et Hispanicae inter-
pretationes, &c. &c. &c. Prseterea subjuncta sunt,
Pauli Manutii, Aldi F. Additamenta, &c. &c. &c.—
Lutetise, 1570.

Calepinus, 72, F. AmbrosiiCalepiniDictionariumLinguarum sep-
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Gallica, Hispanica, Germanica, Belgica; prsefixi sunt
Tres Indices Alphabetici, in quibus, Hebraicse, Latinae
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Carew, 257^ O. See Faher, Tan.

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52, D. The same work. Jense, 1700.

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Chrysostomus, D. Joan7ies, de Babyla Marty re, 341, O. See P.
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Cicero, 119, F. See Woljius.

342, O. See Frandus.

Curio, 77, F. See Nizolius.

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Grsecarum literarum studiosse, diligenter congestum;
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— — — Erasmi Epistola in tyrologum quendam impudentissimum
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Erasmi Epistola de Modestia projitendi Linguas, 341, O.

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■ 112, O. Journals of the House of Representatives of the

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Rollin, 13, D. The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Cartha-
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Sale, 46, F. See Bayle.

Salianus, 63, D. See Noldius.

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Savage, 190, O. A compleat History of Germany, comprehend-
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Sayer, 221, O. See Puffendorf.

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MEDICAL SCIENCES.

American Medical and Philosophical Register, 36, 0. The Ame-
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Bellinus, 108, Q. Laurentii Bellini Opuseula aliquot; in quibus
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JBoerhaave, 180, 0. Dr. Boerhaave's Academical Lectures on the
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206, O. Boerhaave's Medical Correspondence; contain-

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277, O. A Method of Studying Physick. Written in

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Chesdden, 8, F, Osteographia, or the Anatomy of the Bones. In
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354, O. The same Work. Lugduni Batavorum, 1628.

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Cowley, 126, i^. The Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley. Portrait.
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Erasmus, 68, B. Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami Colloquia. Lug-
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35, B. Erasmi Colloquia selecta; with an English trans-

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Longin, 40, B. See Boileau.
Metastasio, 54, O. Opere del Signor Abate Pietro Metastasio.

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Milton, 122, F. Paradise Lost. A Poem. By John Milton.

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Montaigne, 306, 0. Les Essais de Michel Seigneur de Montaigne.



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Mams, 7, O. Report upon the Weights and Measures, by John
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American Philosophical Society, 12, Q. Transactions of the Ame-
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Aringhi, 54, D. Roma Subterranea novissima, in qua antiqua
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Arts, handmaid to the, 147, O. The Handmaid to the Arts. 2
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Ashley^ 192, O. See Xenophon.

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58, B. Fr. Baconis de Verulam, Anglise Cancellarii, de

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Banier, 168, O. The Mythology and Fables of the Ancients ex-
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Barton, 24, Q. Florse Philadelphicse Prodromus: or Prodromus
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Birch, 23, Q. The History of the Royal Society of London for
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Boerhaave, 17, F. See Sivammerdam.

Bonamicus^ 328, O. See Rapinus.

Bougainville, 53, Q, Voyage autour du Monde, par la fregate du
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Bourrit, 235, O. Description des Alpes Pennines et Rhetiennes;
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Boyle, 56, F. The Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle. To
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Bradley, 157, O. A Dictionary of Plants; their Description and
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Buffon, 42, $. Histoire naturelle des Oiseaux. Par M. leComte
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Capugnanus, 39, D. See Schottus.

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76—2, O. Catalogus Collegii Yalensis, 1808.

106, O. Catalogus Bibliothecse Harvardianae Cantabri-

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Chambers, 20, F. Cyclopaedia : or, an Universal Dictionary of
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Clarke, 35, D. See Erasmus.

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124—2, F. The same Work. London, 1760.

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4, O. Some Information concerning Gas Lights, by Tho-

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59, O. The Emporium of Arts and Sciences. New Se-

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Erasmus^ 84, F. Adagionim Opus Des. Erastni, Roterodami, ex

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Flloydy 17, F. See Swammerdam.
Gesner, 83, F. See Topsel.

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Heidfeldius, 234, O. Sphinx Theologico-Philosophicaj promens
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Rnox, 64, O. Liberal Education: or, a practical Treatise on the
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LipsiuSf 328, O. See Rapinus.

Locke, 103, F. The Works of John Locke. Portrait. 3 vols.
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Lvbersac, 55, F. Discours sur les Monumens Publics de tous les
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Mabillon, 225, O. See Vertot.

Maimers and Principles, ^-c. 193, O. An Estimate of the Manners
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Meursius, 328, O. See Rapinus.

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Pitiscus, 28, F. Lexicon Antiquitatum Romanarum, in quo
Ritus et Antiquitates turn Graecis ac Romanis com-
munes, turn Romanis peculiares, sacrse et profanse, pub-
licae et privatse civiles ac Militares exponuntur, &c. &c.
Auctore Samuele Pitisco: cum figuris in aes incisis.— -
Tom. 2. Leovardise, 1713.
Pliny, 288, O. An Address of Thanks to a Good Prince, pre-
sented in the Panegyrick of Pliny upon Trajan, the
Best of Roman Emperors. London, 1 686.
Pluche, 25, D. Spectacle de la Nature j or Nature delineated.
Translated from the French of the Abbe Pluche. Plates.
- 7 vols. (Vols. I. and II. wanting.) London, 1744.
Politianus, 328, O. See Rapinus.

Pontoppidan, 60, F. The Natural History of Norway: containing
an Account of the Temperature of the Air, the diiFerent
Soils, Waters, Vegetables, Metals, Minerals. Beasts,
Birds and Fishes, &c. &c. Interspersed with Physiolo-
gical Notes, &c. &c. Translated from the Danish
of the Rt. Rev. Erich Pontoppidan, Bishop of Bergen,
&c. &c. With a Map and Plates. London, 1755.
Potter, 274, O. Archaeologia Graeca: or, the Antiquities of
Greece. By John Potter, M. A. &c. 2 vols. Oxford,
1697.
Raius, 53, F. Historia Plantarum, Species hactenus editas alias-
que insuper multas noviter inventas et descriptas com-
plectens, &c. &c. &c. Auctore Joanne Raio, F. R. S.,
&c. Tom. 2. Londini, 1686.
Rapinus, 328, O. Renati Rapini Soc. Jesu, Hortorum libri IV.
cum disputatione de Cultura Hortensi. Joan. Meursii
Fil. Arboretum sacrum. Angeli Politiani Rusticus.
Adhsec Lipsii Leges Hortenses, et Lazari Bonamici.
carmen de Vita Rustica. Ultrajecti, 1672.
Reaumur, 4i, Q. Memoirespour servir al'Histoire des Insectes.
Par M. de Reaumur, de PAcademie Royale de Sciences.
Avec plusieurs figures. 6 tom. A Paris, 1.734—1742.

— 17, F. See Swammerdam.

Rousseau, 26, B. Emilius & Sophia: or, a New System of Edu-
cation. Translated from the Fronch of J. J. Rousseau.
4 vols. London, 1783.
Ruddimannus, 68, Q. See Buchananus.



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MISCELLANEOUS WORKS AND POLYGRAPHIC AUTHORS. 89

tScfiottus, 39, D. Itinerarium Italiae, Rerumque Romanarum Libri
tres: A Francisco Schotto editi, et ab Hieronymo Ca-
pugnano aucti, &c. Antverpiae, 1625.

Schreiber, 45, Q. See Delius.

Sheffield, Lord, 22, Q. See Gibbon.

Sheridan, 119, O. British Education: or, the Source of the Dis-
orders of Great Britain, &c. &c. &c. By Thomas She-
ridan, A. M. London, 1756.

SmetiuSf 118, Q. Antiquitates Neomagenses. Sive Notitia Raris-
simarum Rerum Antiquarum, quas in vetere Eatavorum
Oppido studiose comparavit Johannes Smetius, Pater et
Filius, &c. &c. Cum figuris. Noviomagi Batavorum,
1678.

Soulavie, 237, O. Histoire Natureile de la France Meridionale,
par M. I'Abbe Giraud Soulavie. Avec Planches. 7 tom.
ANismes, 1780—1782.

Swammerdam, 17, F. The Book of Nature; or, the History of
Insects; reduced to distinct Classes, confirmed by parti-
cular Instances, displayed in the Anatomical Analysis
of many species, and illustrated with copperplates, &c.
&c. &c. By John Swammerdam, M. D. ; with the Life
of the Author, by H. Boerhaave, M. D. Translated
from the Dutch and I^atin by Thomas Flloyd. Revised
and improved by Notes from Reaumur and others, by
John Hill, M. D. London, 1758.

Temple, 109, F. The Works of Sir William Temple, Baronet.
With an Account of the Life and Writings of the Au-
thor. 2 vols. London, 1720.

271, O. Miscellanea. Essays, by Sir William Temple,

Baronet. Parts II. and III. London, 1691— 1701.

Topsel, 83, F. The History of Four footed Beasts and Serpents,
&c. &c. Collected out of the Writings of Conradus
Gesner and other Authors, by Edward Topsel. To
which is added, the Theater of Insects, &c. by T.
Muffet, Dr. of Physick. With many cuts. Lond.1658.

Trapp, 36, D. See Virgil.

Turnbull, 239, O. Observations upon Liberal Education, in all
its Branches, &c. &c. &c. By George Turnbull, LL. D.
London, 1742.

Vaillant, 225, O. See Vertot.

Vertot, 225, O. Vertot's Miscellanies; consisting of Dissertations,
I. On the true Original of the French, &c. II. On the
Salique Laws. III. On the Sainte Ampoulle, &c.—
IV. On the Ancient forms of Oaths used among the
French. V. On the Ancient Burial Places of the Kings
of France, by the R. F. Mabillon. VI. On the time of
the Nativity of Christ discovered from Ancient Medals,
12



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90 MISCELLANEOUS WORKS AND POLYGRAPHIC AUTHORS.

by M. Vaillant. Translated from the French by John
Henley, M. A. London, 1723.

Virgil, 36, D. The Works of Virgil: translated into English
blank verse, with explanatory Notes and Critical Ob-
servations. By Joseph Trapp, D. D. Vols. I. and
III. London, 1731.

Voltaire, 236, O. ^eeBailly.

Voyages and Travels, fyc, 25, Q. A New General Collection of
Voyages and Travels^ consisting of the most Esteemed
Relations, which have been hitherto published in any
Language: comprehending every thing remarkable in
its kind, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, &c. &c.
Maps and Plates. 4 vols. London, 1745.

Washington, 51 — 1, O. Washington on Husbandry. Alexan-
dria, 1803.

Xenophon, 192, O. Cyropasdia; or, the Institutions of Cyrus. By
Xenophon. Translated from the Greek by the Hon.
Maurice Ashley, Esq. 2 vols. London, 1728.



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INDEX.

PAGE

A.

Abravanel 1. 9

Academiae Oxoniensis Co-

mitia Philologica, &c. 33
Acherley 60

Acidalius 15. 30

Acontius 1

Acts and Statutes, &c. 50

Adams 40. 66. 82

Addison 50

Address of the Lay Trus-
tees of St. Mary's Church
in Philadelphia 4

Adminiculum puerile S3

iElianus 15

^lius Lampridius 15. 21

^lius Spartianus 21

^milius Probus 18

iEschines 15. 18

jEsopus 15

Agathias Myrrinaeus 15. 22
Agesilaus 15

Ainsworth 33

Alcibiades Secundus 15. 26
Alcwinus 60. 66

Alexander Magnus 18

Alexis 15. 27

Ali Ben Abi Taleb 80

Allen 1

Almanac, Nautical, &c. 40
Alstedius 1

Altenstaig 1

Amasaeus 15. 25

Ambrose 1

American Philosophical So-
ciety 60, 82
American Medical & Phi-
losophical Register 76
Amory 50
Ampelius 15. 19, 20
Amphis 15. 27
Anacreon 15
Anaxandridas 15. 27

PAGE

Andrews 50

Anebo 15. 22

Anna, Tan. Fab. fil. 15, 16

Anonymus Elyens. 60. 66

Malmesbur. ibid.

Ilaraes. ibid.

Anquetii 60

Antesignanus 33, 34

Antiphanes 15. 27
Antiquitates Hebraeorum 11

Antoninus 15

Anville, d' 60
Apollodorus 15. 27. 40. 45

Apuleius 15

Aquila 1. 13

Arcq, d' 60
Argyropolus Byzantinus 1 6. 28

Aringhi 82

Aristophanes 16

Aristoteles 16. 27

Aristotle 40. 50

Arminius 1. 13

Arrianus 16. 18
ArticuliReligionis XXXIX. 10
Art de verifier les Dates 60

Arts, Handmaid to the 82

Ascham 33. 35

Aschenbrenner 1

Asconius 16, 17

Ashley 82. 90

Asiatic Researches 82

Asserius 60. 66

Athenaeus 40. 45

Atlas, General 75

Aulus Gellius 33. 36

Aurelius Victor 16

Aurora, Editor of 60

Ausonius 16

Austin 50. 57

B.
Babelonius 16. 30

Bachmair 33

Bacon 60. 69. 73. 82



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9a

Bailey

Baillj

Bancks

Banier

Barbarus

PAGE

16.25

40. 82

61

82

17. 27

Barbary, History of 61

Barclay 1

Barlaeus 17. 23. 80

Barlow 61

Barnabas 2. 4

Barnes 15. 17. 21. 61

Baronius 61. 70

Barth 50

Barton 76. 78. 82

Basilius 37

Baskett 2

Bates ib.

Bauer ib.

Baumann ib.

Baumgarten 2. 7

Baxter 50

Bayle 61

Beaumont 40. 41

Behr 50

Belidor 40

Bell 76

Bellarminus 2

Belleisle, Marechal de 61

Bellinus 76

Benedictus 17. 23

Benedictus XIV. 50

Benezet 61

Bengalee Language . 34

Bentzius 33

Bernard 61

Bernartius 17

Berriman 2

Bertius 17

Besse 2

Beveregius 2. 5

Bezout 40

Biblia 3

Bible 2
Bible Society's Reports ib.
Bibliorum, de Editionibus

Disq. Crit. &c. 58

Bion, Smyrn. 17. 27

Birch 3. 5. 61. 83

Bito 40. 45

Bottinger
Bohun

Bolingbroke
Bonamicus

PAGE

Blackwall 3

Blair 40. 61

Bleterie, I'Abbe de la 61 . 74
Blount S3

Bodinus 61

Boeder 17, 18

Boeclerus 31

Boerhaave 76. 83.^89

Boethius 17. 28

S
61. 67

Boileau 80

Boivin 61. 70

62
83. 88

Bos 3. 13

Bougainville 83

Bourbon 62

Bourdelotius 17. 23

Bourrit 83

Boyle 17. 25. 40. 83

Bradley 40, 41. 83

Brancatus 80

Brandt 50

Braun ib.

Bray 3

Brerewood 50

Breutigamb 51

British America 62

Brutus 17.33

Buchananus 17. 19. 80. 83
Buchnerus 51, 52

Buck 62. 69

Buddeus 51. 58

BufFon 83

Burk 62

Burlamaqui 51

Burmannus 83

Burnet 3. 76

Butler 80

Bynseus 3

Byzantinse Historiae Scrip-
tores 62
C.
Caldwell 62. 66. 83
Calepinus 33, 34
Callender 62
Callimachus 17. 27
Callimaque 83



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INDEX.

93

PAGE

Calpurnius Flaccus 17. 28

Calmet 3

Calvinus 51

Cambden 62. 69

Camerarius 17

Campbell 3

Capugnanus 84. 89

Carey 34

Carew 34, 35

Cariath-sepher 4

Carpzovius 51

Carranzani 4

Carre 34

Carte 62

Casaubonus 16, 17. 21. 30

Cassini 41. 49

Catalogue of the Philadel-
phia Library 84
Catalogus Bibl. CoUegii

Yalensis ib.

Catalogus Bibl. Harvard-
ianse Cantab. Nov-An-
glorum ib.

Catholic Question 4

Cato 17. 29

Catrou 62

Catullus 17

Cebes 15. 17. 19. 26

Cellarius 34. 41. 51, 52. 75
Celsius 41

Celsus 77

Census of the U. States 62

Ceremonies and Religious

Customs 11

Chabert 41

Chambers 84

Chamberlayne 4. 10. 34.62
Chandler 4

Chapman 62. 74

Charles I. 62. 69

Chauvinus 51

Chemnitius ' 4

Cheselden 77

Chillingworth 4

Chrysostomus 4. 34. 36

Ciacconius 18. 27

Cicero 17, 18. 34, 35. 37

Clairac, La Mamye- 62, 63
Clairaut 40, 41

PAGE

Clare 41

Clarendon 63

Clarke 18.20,21.41.46

47. 80. 84
Clarkson 4

Claubergius 4. 18

Clearchus 18. 27

C leghorn 77

Clemens 4

Clenardus S4

Clericus 4, 5, 6. 18. 21

23. 34. 41
Clothing French Prisoners,

&c. 84

Cluverus 63

Cnippingius 18. 25

Collection, General, of Voy-
ages & Travels 90
Colson 41.46
Columella 29
Colvius 15. 18
Combefisius 63. 67
Commandine 41
Commandinus 41, 42
Commelinus 18. 21
Commentarii Coll. Conimb.
Soc. Jesu in Aristotelis
lib. de Anima, &c. 50
Concordia lat. vulg. cum

fonte hebr. 7

Congress, U. S. Journals of 63
Congress of the U. States,

Secret Journals of 63

Constitution, Debate on 64
Contades, Marechal de 61. 64
Conwell 4

Cooper 84

Cornelius Nepos 18

CoroUaria ecclesiastico-ju-

ridica, &c. &c. 54

Corvinus 51

Corvisart 77

Cotelerius 4

Cotes 41

Courtanvaux 41

Cowherd 5

Cowley 80

Coxe 62. 64. 77

Cratetes 18. 27



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94

INDEX.

PAGE

Crawford 5. 77

Crispinus 18. 25

Crito 18. 26

Crutwell 5. 14

Cudworth 5

Cunii 42

Curio 34. 37

Curlier 51

Curtius, Quintus 18. 58

Curtius, J. 51

Cyclopaedia 84

Cyril, S. 51

Cyrillus 5. 53

^ D.

D'Acerius . 15. 18

Dalby 42. 49

Dalrymple 84

Danetus 18. 25

Dangel 51

Daniel 64. 69

Dasypodius 34

Daubenton 83

D'Avenant 64

Davidici Psalmi 5

Davisius 24
De dimensione Superficium

Curvilinearum, &c. 42

Des Fontaines 65

Delius 84

De Lolme 64

Demeradt 51

Democrates 18. 24
Demonstratio Jurium Status

Ecclesiastici circa Tem-

poralia, &c. 53

Demophilus 18. 24

Demosthenes 18

De Rossi 5. 35
Desaguliers 5. 10. 42, 43

Des-Cartes 42

Desormeaux ^5

Diaz, Bernal ^5
Dictionary, Biographical 65

Diemerbroeck 77

Diodorus Siculus 18

Sinop. 18. 27

Dionysius 19

Diphilus 19. 27

Disciplina, &c. 5

PAGE

Dispensatory, American 77

Doddridge 5
Dodsley's Annual Register 65

Doebelius 77, 79

Dorsey 77

Duane 51

Du Cange 65

Duportus 19. 30

Du Fresne 75

Du-Gardus 19.23

Dugdale 65. 74

Dumler 51

Du Ponceau 35

Dwight 65

E.
Eames 84. 88
Echard 65
Eddius 65, 66
Education, Dialogues con-
cerning 84
Edward III. 61. 65
Edward, the Black Prince

61. 65

Edwards 40. 42

Ehrthal 51

Eliot 35

Ellicott 42

Emerson ib.

Encyclopaedia 84

England, History of 65

Do. Critical do. ib.

England illustrated ib.

Enictetus 19
Erasmus 5. 19^35.36.66.80.85

Eratosthenes 19. 27

Eriphus ibid.

Ernesti 19

Eubulus 19. 27

Euclid 42

Euripides 19

Evenus, Par. 19. 27

Ewing ' 42

Faber, Basilius 52

Tan. 19. 35

FabiusAvus 19. 28

Fabrotus 52. 58

Faliscus 27

Fannius 19. 27



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INDEX.

95

Farnabius

Ferguson

Fernelius

Ficinus

Flad

Flacius

Flamsteed

Flavius Vopiscus

Flloyd

Florus

PAGE

19. 23. 29

42, 43
77

19.26

58

5

43. 49
19. 21
85. 89

19

Fortification, Art of 75

Fox 6

France, History of 66
Francis, bishop of Hereford 69

Franciscus Tolet. 50. 52

Francius 35

Franckius 6. 10

Franklin 35. 66

Franzius 6
Franz Ludwig, Bischof zu

Bamberg. 9

Freinsheim 66. 69

Freinshemius 20. 23. 28. 30

Frey 6

Friderich 52

G.

Gale 20. 22. 66

Galenus Pergam. 15. 20

Gallasus 6. 8

Gallatin 66

Gallus 13, 14. 20

Gardiner 43

Gargilius Martialis 29

Gassendus 52

Gatakerus 15. 20. 77

Geilfusius 52

Geist 6

Gelenius 20. 26

Gellius, Aulus 20

Gerhardus 4. 6

Germany, History of 72

Gesnerus 20. 29. 52

Gcsner 85. 89

Geuss 6

Gibbon 85

Gibson 77

Gildas 66

Girardin 62. 66

Girouat 6

PAOB

Godefroy 66

Golnitzius 85

Gothofredus 17. 51. 52. 54
Goulstonus 16. 20

Government, &c. 66

Grasvius 17. 19, 20, 21. 23. 52
Grammatica 35

Grammatica Grseca Westm. ib.
Grasmannsdorf 52

s'Gravesande 43

Gray ib.

Great Britain, Tour through,

&c. 85

Greene 43. 66

Gregory 43, 44. 78

Greive 77^ 78

Griesbachius 10

Grindal 6

Grischovius 6. 10

Gronovius 17. 20. 23. 27. SO
Grotius 6. 20. 23. 30. 56. 85
Grove 52

Grunerus 85

Gruterus 16, 17. 20, 21, 22
29. 30
Guietus 20, 21. 23

Guignes, de 35

Guinea, Account of 61

Guisius 6. 9

Gulielmius 17. 20

Gundlingius 85

Gutkius 52

Guttenberg, de 43

Guyon, de 66

H.
Habermann 52

Habington 66. 69

Hafenreft'erus 78

Hales 85

Haller 78

Halley 43. 49

Hamilton 43. 66

Hammond 6. 43

Hanaver 52

Harduinus 20. 30

Hare 7. 78

Harold 7

Harris 35. 85

Hartman 7



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96

INDEX.

Hassler

Haiiy

Haven, P. Van

HaysdorfF

Hayward

Haywood

Heckel

Hedericus

Heidfeldius

Heinaichen

Heindorfius

Heineccius

PAGE

44
ib.

7

52

67

69

7

55

86

7

20. 26

52

Heinsius 18. 20, 21. 24, 25
Heintzelmanus 52

Heliodorus 20

Heliodori Larissaei Optica 21. 24
Helsham 44

Helvetius 52

Henley 86. 90

Henry 67

Henry IV. 74

Heraclitus 21. 24

Herbert, Lord 67, 69

Hereford, Bishop of 67

Hermann 7

Hermas 4. 7

Heme 53

Hero 44, 45

Herring 7

Hervey ib.

Hesiodus 21. 27

Heyl 53

Heylyn 67

H

eyne

21. 29

7
86. 89

21.27

Hildebrandus ,
Hill

Hipparchus

Hippocrates 78

Histoire Ecclesiastique des
Eglises Reformees de
France, &c. 7

Historiae Augustas Scrip-
tores 21

Historiae Britan. Saxon.
Anglo-Dan. Scriptores
XV. 66, 67

Historiae Byzantinae Scrip-
tores 67

Historia Conciliorum 7

History, Universal

Hogan

Holl

Holland

Homerus

Honorius, Julius

Hooke

Hooker

Horrox

Horstius

Howel

Howison

Huberus

Hudibras

Hugenius

Hughes

Huls

Hunold

Hutcheson

Hutchinson

Hutter

Ignatius

Ingersoll

Isaeus

Isocrates

PAGE

60.67

7. 53

53

78

21

21.27

67. 74

8

43, 44

78, 79

67

35

67

80

44

86

8

53

ib.

21. 32. 67

52

4. 8

67

53

15. 21, 22

J.

Jacquier 44. 46

Jaeger 44

Jaligny 67

Jamblichus 22

Japan, Journal of Voyage to 68
Jenty 78

Joan. Fordun. 66. 68

Joan. Wallingford. ibid.

Johnson 22. 29. 36

Joinville 68

Jones 53. 62. 68. 86. 88

Jonstonus 8

Jornandes Alanus 22

Josephus 8. 68. 70

Joseph II. 14

Journals of the Senate of

the United States 63
House of Represen-
tatives of the U. States ib.
House of Represen-

tatives of Pennsylvania 68



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INDEX.

97


PAGE



PAGE

Journals, Senate of Penn'a. 68

Lamy


44


:k

La Porte du Theil


83. 86

o 4. — fTT C2<.«* — :k

T jfl rfnPP


80

U«^«i<r>i^ #\f T7i-k*-vi

>i,ai.^3 iu«

La Vigne, Andre de
Law


67. 69

tatives of the U. States ib.


8

Judex in Judicium Schoias-

Laws of Pennsylvania

54

ticum vocatus, &c.

53

lieadbetter


44

Julianus

53

Le Brun


86

Julius Capitolinus

21, 22

Lectures, theological

8

Julius Firmicus

22. 24

Leechman


53, 54

Julius Honorius

21

Ledermann


9

Junius

8

Lediard


69. 74

Jurin

68. 74

Le Gentil


45

Juris Canonici Corpus

i 53, 54

Leighton


9

Juris Civilis Corpus

54

Leisner


54

Jus Canonicum

53

Le Seur


45,46

Jus Civile

54

Letters to the Roman Catho-

Justinianus

22

tholics of Philade!

[phia and

Justinus

ib.

the United States


4

Juvenalis

ib.

Lettsom


78. 86

K.


Leuuclavius

22.

69. 75

Kahl

51. 54

Leusden


36

Karl Theodorick von

Gut-

Lewis XIV.


69. 75

tenberg

14

Libanius


22

Kastner

44

Libertas humana


54

Kayser

59

Lightfoot


9

Kaempfer

68

Limborch


ib.

Keating

65.68

Limmer


ib.

Keil

42

Linda, de


69

Keill

44

Lindenbrogius


22. 31

Keller

8

Lindenfels


54

Kelly

44

Linheimer


ib.

Kennet

69

Linnaeus

45.

86, 87

Ker

36

Linus


22. 27

Kettle well

8

Lipsius 22.

30.

87, 88

Keysler

86

Livius

22

, 23. 69

King

8. 19. 22

Lochner de


54

Knox

80.86

Locke

35,

36, 37

Kiinsberg

54

Lockman


61. 69

Kunze

8

Loven


54

Kuypers

80

Low


55

L.


Logica


54

La Chausse, Mich. Aug. Caus.

Logique


ib.

de la

86

Longin


80

Lactantius

8

Longinus


23

Laertius

22.26

Lonicerus


69

Laet, de

69

Lorber


54

Lallemand

22

Loscanus


9

Lamarck

86

Louisiana


69

Lambinus

17.22,23

Lowthorp


88

13



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98

Lubersac

Lucanus

Lucian

Lucianus

Lucretius

Luders

Ludlam

Ludlow

Lyons

Lyserus

Mabillon

Macauley

Machaneus

Machin

Mac Laurin

Macquer

Maffei

Maiiemon

Mairan

Maius

Maimonides

Major

Malebranche

M.

PAGE
87

23
ib.

15. 23

23

■^ ib.

69

40. 45

4. 9

87. 89
69

16. 23
45, 46

45

ib.

69. 70

9
45
23

9
70
55

Manners, &c. of the Times,

and Estimate of the 87

Manutius 17.23.34.36

Marcellus 23. 27

Marie 87

Martialis 23

Martin 40. 45

Martiniere 70, 71

Martyn 87^ 88

Masonus 9

Masse 86, 87

Masvicius 23. 31

Mathematici Veteres 45

Mathematique et Physique,
Divers Ouvrages de, par
MM. de I'Acad Roy. des
Sciences 45

Melanchthon 3. 9

Memorial in answer to Eng-
lish Ministry, 70
Menagius 23, 24
Menander 24. 27
Menecrates ibid.
Mercerus 24. 30
Messenger, Am. Weekly 70
Messier 42. 45


PAGE

Metastasio

80

Metrodorus

24. 27

Meursius

24. 87, 88

Michaux

87

Middleton

70. 74

Miege

36

Miller

45

Millius

9,10

Military Transactions from

from 1683 to 1718, &c. 71
Milton 35, 36. 69, 70. 80

Mimnermus 24. 27

Minucius Felix 24

Mirabaud 87

Misnae pars, &c. 9

Mississippi Question 70

Modius 22. 24

Molitor 9

Monroe 70

Montaigne 55. 80

Montesquieu 55

Moore 69, 70

Morellus 22. 24

Moody 6. 9

Moor 36

Morgan 78
Morell 19. 24. 33. 36

Morrison 36

Moschus 24. 27

Mosellanus 36

Motte 45, 46

Mudge 45. 49

Muftet 87. 89

MuUer 46. 55

Mulzer 55

Munster, de 52
Muretus 24. 29, 30. 32

Murphy 23, 24

Murray 87

Musaeus 24. 27
Museum, Philad. Medical 77

Musschenbroek 46

Muyden, Van 55

N.

Nadler 10

Nangis, Guillaume de 68. 70

Naumachius 24. 27

Neandrus 36

Needham 24. 30

Nemesianus 24. 27



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99

PAGE

Nettleton 87

New Annual Register 70

Newton 46, 47. 70. 74

New York, History of 73

New York Historical Socie-
ty, Collections of 70
Nexus Historiae cum Scien-

tiis, &c. ib.

Nicephorus ib.

Nicostratus 24. 27

Niecampius 10

Nieser 55

Nieuwentyt 10

Ninnius 66. 70

Nizolius 36, 37

Noldius 70

Novum Testamentum Grffice 10
NovusHistoriarum Delectus 24
Nugent 51. 55

Observations faites en plu-

sieurs voyages pour per-
fectionner I'Astronomie

and la Geographie 47

Ocellus Lucanus 24

Olivarius 24. 27

Omnibonus Vicentinus 23

Opuscula Mythologica, Ethica

et Physica 24

Orpheus 24. 27

Ortelius 37

Osiander 3. 10

Ott 10

Ouzelius 24

Ovidius 24, 25

Ozanam • 46

Ozell 70. 74

P.

Pabstmann 10

Padum 55

Paine 71

Palaephatus 24

Palladius 25. 29

Palmer 87

Palmerus 25. 24

Panyasis 25. 27

Parecbolae 10

Parens 25, 26

Parker 71

Parkhurst 37

PAGE

Pasor 21 25

Patrick 41. 46

Patterson 42. 46. 71

Pausanias 25

Pearce 23, 25

Pearson 10

Pearsonius 5. 10

Pegorier 10

Pemberton 46

Pennington 10

Pennsylvania, Historical Re-
view of 66

Laws of 54

. Journals of House

of Representatives of 70

Journals of Senate 71

Perizonius 37. 71

Perkinsius 11. 13

Persius 22. 25

Petavius 25. 30. 53. 55. 71

Petronius Arbiter 23. 25

Pilau m 55

Phaedrus 25

Phalaris ib.

Pherecrates 25. 27

Philargyrius 25. 31

Philemon 25. 27

Philips 35. 37

Philippus 25. 27

Philo 45, 46

Philosophise Ichnographia&c 55
Philosophical (Lond. Royal)

Society's Transactions 83
Phocylides 25. 27

Phurnutus 24. 26

Picart 11

Pichena 26. SO

Pickering 53. 37. 71

Pierius 26. 31

Pindarus 26

Pingre 41. 46

Pintianus 26, 27

Pithoeus 55. 55

Pitiscus 16. 26. 88

Plantius 77. 78

Platnerus 55

Plato 26

Platonis Apologia Socratis ib.
Plautus ib.

Plinius ib.



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100

INDKX.

Pliny

Plotinus

Pluche

Plutarchus

Pocockius

PAGE

88

26

88

27. 36, 37

9. 11

Poeseos Hebraicse Specimina 7
Poetae Minores Grseci 27

Poeta Minores Latini 27

Politianus 88

Polycarpus 4. 11

Pomponius Mela 27

Pontoppidan 88

Porphyrins 22. 27, 28

Portugal, Revolution of 74
Portus 23. 28. 32

Posidippus 27, 28

Potter 88

Price 78

Priestly 46

Procopius 22. 28

Propertius 17. 28. 30

Psalmorum liber 7

Psalterium Quincuplex 11

Puffendorf 71

Puis 56

Pythagoras 27, 28

Pythagoricorum Fragmenta

24.28

Quakers, History of 12

Quesnay 79

Quintilianus 28

Quintus Curtius 18. 28

R.

Rad, de Diceto 66. 71

Raius 88

Ramsay 71. 75

Ran. Higden. 66. 71

Rapinus 88

Ravaillac 71. 74

Rawlinson 71

Reaumur 88, 89

Register, American 72

New Annual ib.

Reichard 56

Reid ib.

Reider ib.

Reindl ib.

Relandus 11

Revelation examined ib.

Renanus

Rhianus

Richardson

Ritter

Riverius

Robertson

Robinson

Rohault

Rollin

Roman Senate

PAGE

28. 30

27, 28

35. 37

56

79

72. 79

44.47

47

72

74

Rome, Revolutions of ib.

Roppelt 11. 47

Rosseus 11

Rouille 62. 72

Rousseau 88
Royal Society of London 83

Ruffius 28. 31

Ruddimannus 37- 83. 88

Ruperti 28, 29

Rutherforth 47. 56

Rutilius 27, 28

S,
Sacerdotium 11
Sacheverell 56
Saint Remy 47
Sale 61. 72
Salianus 70. 72
Sallustius 24. 28
Salmasius 19. 21. 28
Samber 76. 79
Samonicus 27, 28
Sampson against the Phi-
listines 72
Sanchez 56
Sanctius 37
Sanderus H
Savage 72
Savilius 4. 11
Sayer 71, 72
Scaliger 16, 17. 21. 28
31. 37. 72
Schefferus 15. 28
Schell 56
Scheuchzer 68. 72
Schild 56
Schlehlein 56
Schleicher 11
Schlicker 7
Schmidt 56
Schmittlein 11



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INDEX.

101

PAGE

Schnapp 11

Scholar's Manual ib.

Schott 11, 12
Schottus 16. 18. 27, 28. 89

Schreiber 84. 89

Schrevelius 23. 28. 57

Schubert 57

Schuberth ib.

Schuz ib.

Schwarz ib.

Schwelingius 12

Scioppius 37
Scot 17. 29. 37

Scotland, History of 72

Scriptores Rei Rusticae 29

Scriverius 37
Secret Journals of Congress 72

Secundus 24. 29

Seelman 12

Selden 72

Selectae e profanis, &c. 21

Selfridge 57

Semmetmann 12

Senckenberg 57

Seneca, L. Ann. 29

Serarius 70. 73

Sermons 12

Servius 29. 31

Sethos 74

Seuberth 57

Sewel 12. 37

Sextius Pythagoricus 24. 29

Seybert 73

Shaftesbury 57

Shaw 73, 74

Sheffield, Lord 85. 89

Sheridan 89

Sherlock, T. 12

W. ib.

Ships, Working of 47

Siculus 27. 29

Sidney 73

Silius Italicus 29

Simmias, Rhod. 9.7. 29

Simonides ibid.

Simplicius 29

Simpson 47, 48

Sincerus 18. 29

Sitzmanus 29

Smetius 89

PAGE

Smith 41. 48. 73

Smollett 73

Sobrino 38

Socratis Memorabilia 32

Solon 27. 29

Sondinger 57

Sophocles 29

Sotadas 27. 29

Soulavie 89

Spanhemius 12. 53. 57

Spectator 81

Squarcialupus 37, 38

Stadius 19. 29

Stanhone 15. 29. 73, 74

Stanley 57

Stapflf ib

Starratt 48

State Papers, 13th, 14th,
15th, 16th, 17th, and
18th Congress 63, 64. 73
Statuta quaed. Synodalia Pa-
ris, et Senon. Ecclesiae 4
Steele 73

Steenberch, Van 38

Stehle 57

Stelzig 12

Stenglein 12. 48

Stephanus 3. 12. 29. 32

Stewart 48

Stokes 79

St. Louis 68. 73

Strada 73

Street 48, 49

Streele 48

Stroza, Kyr. 16, 29

Stuart 38

Stubelius 38. 52. 57

Sudorius 26. 29

Suetonius 29. 30

Sufferingsof the Quakers, &c. 2
Suicerus 5. 12

Sully 74

Sulpicia 27 -30

Sulpitius 23. 30

Swammerdam 89

Swedenborg 12

Sweden, Revolutions of 74
Sweling 57

Switzer 48

Sykes 12



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PAGE

Sylburgius 25. 30. 75

Sylvius 4.13.37,38

Sjmmachus 13

Tables, Requisite, &c. for

Nautical Almanac 40

Tacitus 30. 74

Tacquet 48

Tan. Faber 23

Taylor 55. 58

Temple 89

Terasson 74

Terentius 30

Themistius ib.

Theocritus 27. 30

Theodotion 13

Theognis 27. 30

Theologia 13

Theophilus 58

Theophylactus 13

Theophrastus 30
Theophrasti Characteres 24
TheoriaFacultatis Reprsesen-

tandi, &c. 58

Theses philosophic9e 48

Thomas Elyens. 66. 74

Thyllius 58

Thysius 8. 13

Tibere 74
Tibullus 17. 30, 31

Tilton 79

Timaeus Locrus 24. 31

Timocles 27. 31
Traitez Astronomiques par
MM. de I'Acad. Roy. des

Sciences 47

Trajan 88

Trapp 89, 90

Trautenberg 58
Treatys, &c. Collections of 74

Trebellius Pollio 21.31

Trost 58

Tollius 23.31

Topsel 89

Towneley 80, 81
Turnbull 52. 58, 59

Turretinus 13

Twissus ib.

Tyrtaeus 27. 31

Tytz 1. 13

V.

Vaillant

Vallinus

Value

Van Espen

Van Swieten

Varenius

Varro

Vatablus

Vegetius

Velleius Paterculus

Verburgius

Verheyen

Veri,de Sensu

Vertot

U.

Uhseus 25. 31

Ulpianus 18

Upton 33.38

Ulpianus 31

Ursinus 17.30,31

Usserius 5. 13

89, 90

31

48

58

79

74

29, 31

IS

29.31

31

17.31

79

58

74. 89

Vetus Testamentum Graece IS
Vicentinus 31

Victor 58

Victorius 17. 31

Vinetus 16. 31

Virgil 90

Virgilius 31

Vitriarius 58

Vogt ib.

Voiture 81

Voltaire 75. 82. 90

Vorstius 9

Vossius 23. 31. 38. 49

Voyages and Travels, Gene-
ral Collection of 90
Vries 13
Vulc. Gallicanus 21. 31
Vulteius 51. 58

W.
Wagner 13.55. 58

Wales 49

Walker, J. 38

Walker, W. ib.

War in the Netherlands, &c. 75
Ward 38. 49

Wargentin 40. 49

Warner 44

Washington 65.75.90



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INDEX.

lUd


PAGE


PAGE

Watts,

58, 59

Winstanley

16. 31

Webber

49

Wintertonus

27. 31

Weisserth

59

Wistar

83

Wells

19. 31. 49

Wolfius

9. 18. 21. 31. 32

Werner

13


39. 70. 75

West

49

Wright

49

Weyermann

13

Wurzfeld

59

Whiston

14.49


X.

Whitworth

64. 75

Xenophon

32.90

W. Malmesb.

66. 70

Xenophontis

Prodici Hercu-

Wideburgius

14

les

26. 32

Wilkinson

75

Xylander

25. 97. 32

Williams

49


Y.

Williston

. 81

Young

49

Willymott

38


Z.

Wilson

14. 38. 69. 75

Zanchus

37. 39

Winckelmann

14

Zonaras

75

Winkler

49

Zosimus

ib.

Winslow

79





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