PALINGENIUS, M.-continued. against the pope, the cardinals, and the church of Rome, was Petrus Angelus Manzolius. According to Ellis, it is a very moral but very tiresome satire, perfectly unconnected with Astronomy.'-1575,16mo. -1579, 16mo.-Lond. R. Robinson, 1592, 8vo. Bright, 10s.-1599, 8vo.

The firste thre Bokes of the Zodyake of Lyfe, translated into English verse by

Barnabe Googe. Lond. 1560, 16mo. G 4, in eights. It is dedicated to my Lady Hales,' after which is a Latin dedication, and an acrostic of Latin verses by Gi.

Duke. Reed, 7286, 7s. 6d. G. Chalmers, pt. i. 2117. 17. 12s. In a recent catalogue

at 51. 5s.

The firste syxe Bokes of Marcellus Palingenius called the Zodiake of Life, newly translated out of Latin into English by Barnabe Googe. Lond. by Ihon Tisdale, for Rafe Newbery, 1561, 16mo. pp. 342. Steevens, 877, 21. 28. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 307, 51. 5s. Horne Tooke, 509, 17. 2s.

The Zoddiake of Life, twelue Bookes, translated into English Verse by Barnabee Googe. Lond. 1565, 16mo. Cortains Title and Prefatory matter, 12 leaves, A to and Ba a-y y 4, in eights. Preceding the dedication to Sir William Cecill Knighte' and the preface are Googe's coat of arms, and some commendatory verses in Latin and Greek. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 308, 91. 9s. Reed, 7287, 27. 2s. Inglis, 567, with MS. notes, 41. 10s. Skegg, 767, 17. 6s. Caldecott, MS. title, 19s.-Lond. 1576, 4to. On the back of the title is the coat armour of Sir W. Cecill, to whom this edition is also dedicated, but different from that in 1565. Next, instead of the former preface, a translation of that of Palingenius to Hercules the second, Duke of Ferrar, after which are the commendatory verses as before. The volume contains besides 242 pages: at the end are other verses by Abr. Fleming, and an alphabetical table. Reed, 7005, 21. 148. Perry, pt. i. 2349, 17. 13s. Hibbert, 6046, 27. 5s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1222, 57. 17s. 6d. Lond. 1588, 4to. Boswell, 1646, 15s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 243, 31. 3s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 309, 61. 6s. Caldecott, 10s. 6d.-Lond. 1588, 4to. Bibliotheca Anglo- Poetica, 67. 6s. 'Googe's Zodiac of Palingenius was a favourite performance, and is constantly classed and compared with the poetical translations of the period, by the cotemporary critics.' See Warton's History of English Poetry, Svo. iv. 278-87. Extracts from Googe's translation will be found in Brydges' Censura Literaria.



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the only copy known. There is a copy in Heber, pt. vi. 3216, 47. 16s. Said to be the Grenville collection, wanting the title, ArchitecPALLADIO, Andrew.

ture, in English, Italian, and French, with Notes and Observations by Inigo Jones, revised, designed, and published, by J. Leoni. Lond. 1715, folio, 5 parts, in 2 vols. by Picart and 232 plates.


Hibbert, 6097, russia, 31. 3s.-Lond. 1721, Roxburghe, 1632, 27. 15s. LARGE PAPER. folio, 2 vols. Edwards, 182, russia, 31. 4s. Baker, 568, 21. 8s.

L'Antichita di Roma, Ital. e Lat. Oxon. 1709, 8vo. 5s. LARGE PAPER. Steevens, Williams, 1316, 1565, morocco, 10s. 6d. morocco, 198. Hibbert, 5950, russia, 14. 1s. Fabbriche antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio e date in Luce da Riccardo Conte de Burlington. Lond. 1730, folio. (front. and 24 plates). Willett, 1800, 31. 3s.

Architecture by J. Ware. Lond. 1738, fol. Hibbert, 6098, 128. Willett, 1799, 17.

PALLADIUS, &c. Palladius de Gentibus & Bragmanibus. S. Ambrosius de Moribus Brachmanorum. Anonymus de Bragmanibus. Gr.. et Lat. edente Ed. Bissæo. Lond. 1665 vel 1668, 4to.

Drury, 3253, 6s. Roxburghe, 8861, 12s. 6d. Heath, 2586, 4s. 6d. Pp. 104, not including title, dedication to Lord Clarendon, 3 leaves; De Brachmanibus, b-f, in fours, 20 leaves. LARGE PAPER in folio. Bliss, 6s. A copy is in the British Museum which formerly belonged to K. Charles.

PALLADIUS, Peter, D.D., Bishop of Rochill. Introduction into the Bookes of the Prophetes and Apostles. translated out of Latin by Edw. Vaughan. Lond. 1598, 8vo.

- R. T. E. The fourteen Bookes of Palladius Rutilius Taurus Emilianus on Agriculture, by T. Owen, M.A. Lond. 1807, 8vo. 6s.

PALLAS, Peter Simon. Travels through the southern Provinces of the Russian Empire, 1793-4. Lond. 1802-3, 4to.

famous, pleasant, and variable His- Dowdeswell, 602, 21. Duke of York, torie of Palladine of England, trans-3666, 31. 58. LARGE PAPER, with coloured plates. Marquis of Townshend, 2422, lated out of French, by Anthony 57. Sir M. M. Sykes, russia, 57. 10s.

formed in the Year 1817. Lond.
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MAINE, Earl of.

An Account of the different Kinds of Sheep found in the Russian Dominions, and among the Tartar Hords of Asia, by Dr. Pallas, illustrated with six Plates. To which are added, Five Appendixes, tending to illustrate the natural and economical History of Sheep and other domestic Animals. By James Anderson, Moral Essays on LL.D. Edinb. 1794, 8vo. 5s. some of the most curious and sigPALLAS ARMATA, the Gentle-nificant English, Scotch, and Foman's Armorie, wherein the right reign Proverbs. Lond. 1710, 8vo. and genuine use of the Rapier and Dent, pt. ii. 70, 4s. Gosset, 3874, 10s. 6d. of the Sword, as well against the Bindley, pt. ii. 2424, 17. 3s. right-handed as well against the left-handed man is displayed. Lond.

1639, 8vo. with cuts.

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PALMENDOS.The Historie of In the compilation of this work Palmer Palmendos, Sonne to the famous was greatly assisted by George Psalmaand fortunate Prince Palmerin nazar. It is of little authority. Gosset, d'Oliva, translated out of 3964, 17s. Bindley, pt. iii. 1020, with MS. additions, 17. 10s. Willett, 1785, 13s. 6d. by A(nthony) M(unday). Lond. Towneley, pt. ii. 1384, 12s. Heath, 234, by J. C(harlewood) for Simon 1. 16s. Brockett, 2315, 88. Dent, pt. ii. Watersonne, 1589, 4to.

Folios 99. Heber, pt. vi. 3221, leaves

872, 11. 1s.

Rev. Samuel. The Nonconinjured, 11. 2s. See Brydges' British formist's Memorial, originally writBibliographer, i. 225-35.-Lond. 1663, ten by Edmund Calamy, D.D., now abridged and corrected, and the Author's Additions inserted; with

4to. BLACK LETTER. Steevens, 1162, 16s.

PALMER, Alicia Tindal. Authen


tic Memoirs of the Life of John
Sobieski, King of Poland.
1815, 8vo.

Drury, 2962, russia, 6s. 6d. Herbert, B.D. Memorials of Godliness and Christianity, in three Parts, with the author's Life. Lond. 1644, 12mo.

many further particulars and new. Anecdotes by Samuel Palmer. Lond. 1775, 8vo. 2 vols.

With portraits. Bindley, pt. ii. 2208, 17. 8s. Nassau, pt. i. 2498, 17s. Hollis, 148, 11. 6s. Williams, 1317, 27. 5s.

Thomas. An Essay of the Meanes how to make our Trauailes This writer's most popular work. into forraine Countries the more Bright, date 1681, 2s. 6d. A thirteenth edition appeared in 1708. profitable and honourable. Lond. by H. L. for Mathew Lownes, 1606,

Sir Jeffery. Les Reports de Sir Geffrey Palmer Chevalier and Baronet. Lond. 1678, or 1688, or 1721, folio, 10s. 6d.

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A to S 2, in fours. At page - are two folding leaves A and B; at page 35, two ditto A and B, the second part. It is dedicated to Prince Henry. Bindley, pt. iii. 1227, 8s. Bright, 16s. North, pt. iii. 586, 10s. LARGE PAPER. Towneley, pt. ii. 1581, 17. 13s. Heber, pt. vi. 16s. G. Chalmers, 6s.

Thomas. The Saint's support in these Sad Times. Lond. 1644, 4to. Dedicated to the Earl of Essex, of whom there is a portrait by Hollar, Bright, 17.

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Treatise of the Church of Christ. Lond. 1838, 8vo. 2 vols.-1839, 8vo. 2 vols.-Third edition, Lond. 1842, 8vo. 2 vols. 17. 1s. reduced, 10s. 6d.

Compendious Ecclesiastical History. Lond. 1841, 12mo.

Narrative of Events connected with the publication of the Tracts for the Times.' Oxford, 1843, 8vo.

Episcopacy of the British Churches. Lond. 1840, post 8vo. 6s.

Doctrine of Development and Conscience. Lond. 1846, 8vo. 9s. 6d.

Letters to Dr. Wiseman on the Errors of Romanism. Lond. 1842, 8vo. 12s. Lond. 1851, 18mo. 4s. 6d.

PALMERIN d'Oliva, the Mirrour of Nobilitie and Wonder of Chivalry: in two Parts, turned into English by (Anthony) M(unday). Lond. B. Alsop and T. Fawcet, 1637, 4to. This work was condemned by the licentiate in Don Quixote to be torn to pieces and burnt, that not so much as the ashes might remain. Steevens, 1161, 17. 2s. Inglis, 1134, russia, 17. 12s. Nassau, pt. ii. 589, 41. 4s. Goldsmid, 562, 16s. Col. Stanley, 1813, 15l. See Brydges' British Bibliographer, i. 135-48.-Lond. by John Charlewood, 1588, 4to. Reed, 2664, with a MS. account of the translator, 5l. 10s.Lond. by Thomas Creed, 1586, 4to.

PALMERIN of England. - The Historie of Prince Palmerin of England translated out of French by A(nthony) M(unday). Lond.

1602-9, 4to. 3 vols.

Steevens, 1160, 27. Ordered to be preserved by the licentiate in Don Quixote, and kept as a singular piece. Southey remarks that Munday began Palmerin of England with some care, but soon resigned the task to others less qualified than himself; for certain it is, that at least three-fourths of the book were translated by one who neither understood French or English, nor the story which he was translating. -Lond. 1639, 4to. Two parts. Part i. extends to Dd 8, the second to Ff 3. Goldsmid, 569, russia, 137. 2s. 6d. Resold, Heber, pt. vi. 27. 19s. Reed, 2653, 31. 5s. Nassau, pt. ii. 588, 17. 19s. Roxburghe, 6359, 51. 5s. Jadis, 153, morocco, 47. 9s. Hibbert, 6050,

17s.-n.d. 4to.

The third and last part of Palmerin of England, (i.e. Palmerin d'Olivia), translated into English by Anthony Munday Lond. 1602, 4to. Inglis, 1133, 57. 12s. He. ber, pt. vi. 3218, 27. 3s.-1640, 4to. BLACK


Palmerin of England translated from the Portuguese of Francis de Moreas, by Robert Southey. Lond. 1807, 12mo. 4 vols. 21. 2s. Strettell, 1084, 17. is.

Le Premier (et le Second) Livre du prieux et tres Victorieux Chevalier Pal. merin d'Angleterre, traduit du Castillan par Vincent. Lyon, 1552-3, folio. Roxburghe, 6174, 57. 10s. Hibbert, 6100, mo. rocco, 21. 88. Goldsmid, 724, morocco, 57. 10s. Heber, pt. i. 5531, 27. 5s.

Histoire du Chevalier Palmerin d' An

gleterre traduit du Castillan. Paris, 1574, 8vo. 2 vols. Roxburghe, 6175, 27. 10s. morocco, 17, 14s. Heber, pt. vi, fine mor. Steevens, 1159, 11s. White Knights, 3050, by Padeloup, 21, 11s.

Palmerind'Angleterre, trad. parEugene de Menglave. Paris, 1829, 12mo, 4 vols.

Palmerino d' Inghilterra e Floriano suo Fratello. Ven. 1553, 8vo. Bindley, pt. iii. 99, 7s. 6d. Vinegia, 1553-4, Svo. Heber, pt. i. 4s. 6d.-Vinegia, 1555, 8vo. 2 vols. Heber, pt. vi. Thermer's copy, 1l. 12s.Venet. 1609, 8vo. 3 vols, Heber, pt. ix. 17. 13s.

Palmerin de Inglaterra Libro del muy esforcado Cavallero Palmerin de Inglaterra hijo del Rey don Duardos. 1548. At the end Toledo in casa de Fernando de Santa Catherina, 1547. Libro Segundo del muy esforcado Palmira d'Inglaterra, &c. Toledo in casa, de Santa Cathalina, defuncto, 1548, folio, 2 vols. in the Grenville Collection. Salva, imperfect, 147. Heber, 147. In the prologue of the first volume of this extremely rare Spanish edition will be found thirty-two verses containing the following acrostic, "Louis Hurtado, autor al lector." There is therefore an end of Dr. Southey's ingenious reasonings, attributing this work to Moraes in the Portuguese language, an opinion in which he was confirmed by Antonio and by the editor of the Portuguese edition of 1785. The present Spanish edition, however, of 1547, with the name of its Spanish author, is prior by ten years to that of Moraes, which puts the question to rest. Cervantes, knowing nothing of this Spanish edition, attributed the work, according to Floria de Sousa, to John II. of Portugal.

Chronica de Palmerin de Ingleterra, parte i. e ii. Evora, 1567.-Parte iii. e iv. Lisboa, 1587.-Parte v. e vi. par Balthezar Gonçalves Lobato. Lisboa, 1602, fol.

in 3 vols.

Chronica de Palmerin, &c., parte i. e ii. Lisboa, 1592, fol.-Parte iii. e iv. 1604, fol.

Cronica de Palmerin de Inglaterra. Lisboa, 1786, sm, 4to. 3 vols.

A capital edition. Heber, pt. x. 17. 9s. PALSGRAVE, John. Lesclarcissement de la Langue Francoyse, composé par Maistre Jehan Palsgrave; Angloys, Natyf de Londres, et Gradue de Paris.

In Ellis's "Original Letters," Ser. iii. vol. ii. p. 208, there is a letter from Stephen Vaughan to Secretary Cromwell, of the date April 13, 1531, shewing the difficulty of obtaining a copy of this work, stating, "I perceive that Palsgrave hath willed Pynson to sell none of them to any other person then to suche as he shall comaunde to have them, lest his proffit by teaching the French tonge myght be mynished by the sale of them."

Introductorie for to lerne to rede and
Printed in the French
speke Frenche.
entituled Documents
National Series,
Inedites sur l'Histoire de France. Singer,
pt. iii. May, 1860, 17. 6s.
See DEWES, Giles, p. 636.
Language, p. 839. FULLONIUS, Will., p.

PAMEACH, Ryhen, i.e. PEACHAM, Henry, being the letters of the name transposed.

PAMMELIA. Musicks Miscellanie; or mixed Varietie of pleasant Roundelayes and delightful Catches of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Parts in Lond. 1606, 4to. one.

Sotheby's in 1825, 5l. 5s. The first col'Great musical lection of the kind. science is manifested in the canons, and the harmony and contrivance of the rest See Burney's History of are excellent.' Music, iii. 347-8. Deuteromelia, or the second part of Musicks Melodie, or melodious Musicke of pleasant Roundelaies, &c. See DEUTEROmelia.

Lond. 1609.

PAMPHLETS. The Pamphleteer. Lond. 1813-28, 8vo. 58 nos. all Vol 29 printed, forming 29 vols. contains a general classed catalogue of the Pamphlets in all the volumes. 61. 6s.

A collection of the best pamphlets of the

Icon Libellorum: a critical History of Pamphlets. 1715. See DAVIES, Myles. For an account of "The King's Pamphlets," a collection so called, relating to the times of Charles I. and II., and now in British Museum, see Catalogue of that Library, and Notes and Queries, no. 99, second series.

The first attempt at reducing the French tongue to grammatical rules, Dedicated to K. Henry VIII. The author was scholemaster to the Princess Mary. It is a very curious performance, and might be of excellent use to any modern in explaining our old words.'-Walley. Bishop of Ely, 1295, 77. 17s. 6d. Hibbert, 6291, 307. 9s. Heber, pt. ii. 251. another pt. vi. 137. 13s. Bright, 177. Singer, iii. 17 leaves want-day. ing, 51. 17s. 6d.-Another copy, wanting title, dedication and introduction, 71. 2s. 6d. Copies are in Lord Spencer's library, the Selden and Douce Collections, now in the Bodleian.- Collation. The prefixes are marked A 6, B4, C 8, the last blank. The Work in three parts. Part i. of pronuntiation, A to D (no E), F to K in sixes. Part ii. An Accidence, M to X in sixes (no L). Part iii. A Systematic Grammar of the French tongue, AA to XX, and AAA to ZZZ in sixes, followed by A and also by t, an ancient character for the word, or syllable, con., all in sixes. On the last leaf is a Coat of Arms, on the recto of the last leaf is "Thus endeth this Booke," called Les clarcissement, &c. -The imprintying fynsshed by John Haukyns, the XVIII. day of July, the yeare of our Lorde God MCCCCC and XXX. folio. See Ames' Typog. Antiq. Beloe's Anec. by Dr. Dibdin, iii. 3639. dotes, vi. 344-9.

History of the Origin of Pamphlets [by Wm. Oldys, Esq.] see in Morgan's Phenix Britannicus, 1732, 4to. p. 556, also in Nichols' Literary Anecdotes.

A Copious and Exact Catalogue of Pamphlets in the Harleian Library, arranged by Wm. Oldys, Esq., in the tenth volume of the Harleian Miscellany, edited by Park, and should be found attached to the old edition of that work, but many sets do not possess it.

Miller's Collection of Stitched Books, Pamphlets, &c. See LAYCOOK, Wm. PANANTI, Filippo, Dr. Il Poeta Nouvelle edition, publiés pour lapre di Teatro, Romanzo poetico, in miere fois en France M. Genin. Paris, sesta Rima. Lond. 1809, 12mo. 2 Imprimerie National, 1852, 4to. tains also a reprint of Giles Deuwes' vols.

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PANIZZI, Antonio (now Librarian of the British Museum). An elementary Italian Grammar for the use of students in the London University. Lond. 1828, 8vo.

Osservazioni sul Commento Analitico

della Divina Commedia publicato del Sig. G. Rosetti tradotte dall' Inglese, con la risposta del Sig. Rosetti corredata di note in replica. Firenze, 1832, 4to. Three copies were printed on VELLUM, Bibliographical Notices of some early

editions of the Orlando Innamorato and Furioso. Lond. 1831, 8vo, with a portrait. Twenty-four copies printed separately from his edition of Boiardo and Ariosto for private distribution. The only copy on VELLUM is in Mr. Grenville's Collection. See BOIARDO and ARIOSTO.

(Address) To the Library Committee of the Royal Society [specimen of a Catalogue], Nov. 12, 1833, roy. 8vo. pp. 16.

Defence of the Resolution for omitting from the Catalogue of the Royal Society, Mr. Panizzi's Bibliographical Notes Lond. n.d. 8vo. Privately printed.

(Letter) To Professor Rigaud [as the author of "A Defence of the resolution for omitting Mr. Panizzi's bibliographical notes from the Catalogue of the Royal

Society"], Jan. 23, 1838, 8vo. pp. 8.

Catalogue of the Scientific Books in the Library of the Royal Society. Lond. 1839,


ture in the Library of the Royal Society. Catalogue of the Miscellaneous LiteraLond. 1841, 8vo.

On the supply of Printed Books from the Library to the Reading Room of the British Museum, dated June 5th, 1846, 8vo. pp. 29.

PANKE, John. The Fall of Babel

by the Confusion of Tongues, directly proving against the Papists. Oxford, 1608, 4to.

Constable, 728, 78. Bliss, 12s. A notice of Panke, who was a very frequent and noted preacher of his time, and well read

in theological writers, but withal a very zealous enemy against the papists,' will be found in Wood's Athens Oxonienses.

PANSA, Mutio. An Account of the Original of Writing and Paper, out of a Book, intituled, La Libraria Vaticana, written by Mutio Pansa, Keeper of the said Library, Printed at Rome, 4to.

Pp. 30. Reprinted in the third volume of the Harleian Miscellany, and in the twelfth volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts.

PANTAGRUEL'S Prognostications. See RABELAIS, Fr.

PANTALOGIA.-The Pantalogia; comprehending a complete Series (Letter) To the Assignees of Messrs. of Essays, Treatises and Systems A. Richter and Co., publishers and pro- alphabetically arranged; with a geprietors of the Foreign Quarterly Re-neral Dictionary of Arts, Sciences,

view, (dated) March 27, 1835, 8vo. pp. 8. Letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, President of the Royal Society, on the New Catalogue of the Library of

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and Words. By J. M. Good, O. Gregory, and N. Bosworth. Lond. 1813, royal 8vo. 12 vols. 31. 3s.

Published periodically. Some copies have coloured plates. Earl of Kerry, 247, 14 vols. russia, 157. 5s.-1819, 12 vols. Sotheby's in 1825, 117.

PANTER, Patrick, D.D. of St. Andrews. Valliados Libris tribus Opus inchoatum. Edinb. 1633,


'A fine heroic poem ' relating to Sir W.

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