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Poets by him abused; but incidentally of divers excellent Persons, and some Matters of Note. Lond. J. Wolfe, 1592. 4to.
K 2, in foura. There is no tract in the English language which contains so many cotemporary literary notices of the Elizabethan reign; and as such, it is of the highest value to the antiquarian, critic, and philologer. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 343. 251. resold at Saunders' in 1818, 77. 12s. 6d.
Strettell, 1035, morocco, 77, 10s. Perry, pt. ii. 338, morocco, 77. Jolley, 5l. 7s. 6d. resold Utterson, 31. 16s. Reprinted in the
A new Letter of notable Contents; with a strange Sonnet, entituled Gorgon. Lond. J. Wolfe, 1593, 4to. Inglis, 737, 27. 8s. Utterson, 21.5s. Jolley, 1844, 87. 15s. Jolley, 1853, 41. 6s. Reprinted in the second volume of the Archaica.
738, 9s. Boswell, 1252. 12s. Saunders' in 1818, 17. 6s. Reed, 2194, 17. 113. 6d.
HARVEY, John, A.M. The History of Robert Bruce. Edinb. 1729. 4to.
A Collection of Pieces, viz. Ciceronianus, 1577-Rhetor, 1577-Foure Letters, 1592, imperfect-A New Letter, 1592-Pierces Supererogation, 1592. Sold at Bright's sale
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A Collection of miscellany Poems and Letters, comical and serious. Edinb. 1726, 12no. Constable, 406, morocco, 17s.
Rich. An astrological Discourse vpon the Coniunction of Saturne and Iupiter, which shall happen the 28 Day of April, 1583. With a Declaration of the Effects which the late Eclipse of the Sunne, 1582, is yet heerafter to woorke. Lond. Bynneman, 1582. 16mo.
Smithvs vel Mvsarvm Lachrymæ pro Obitu Thomæ Smithi, Equitis Britanni. Lond. 1578, 4to. With a wood-cut portrait of Smith holding a book. Nassau,
pt. i. 1914, 37 7s. Sir M. M. Sykes, with the Rhetor, 1577, 41. 4s. Heber, with previous Book, 17. 58.
Three proper and wittie familiar Letters, &c. 1580. See SPENSER, Edmund.
Pierces Supererogation, or a new Prayse of the old Asse: a Preparatiue to certain larger Discourses, intituled Nashes S. Fame. Lond. J. Wolfe, 1593, 4to. Perry, pt. ii. 1196, 3l. 15s. 6675,
William, M.D. Opera omnia:
37. 16s. Reprinted in the second volume a Collegio Medicorum Londinensi edita. 1766. 4to. portrait, 17. 18.
of the Archaica.
The Life prefixed was written by Dr. Lawrence, the friend of Johnson. Willett, 1142, morocco, 14. 13s. The works of this eminent physician, who made the discovery of the circulation of the blood, are still in high estimation,
Lond. 8vo. 1847. See Sydenham Society.
Records of Harvey, in extracts from
HARVEY, John. A discoursive Probleme concerning Prophecies. Lond. 1588. 4to.
Exercitatio anatomicæ de motu cordi et sanguinis inanimalibus, cui accedunt
exercitationes duæ anatomica de circulatione sanguinis. Exercitationes degeneratione animalium quædam de partu de
This work is curious, as being, in opposition to this author's former publica-membranis ac humoribus uteri et de contions, decidedly against all supposed ceptione. Lugd. Bat. 1737, 2 vols. in 1, oracles, pretended prophecies, &c. Inglis, 4to.
This astrological tract had the effect of throwing the whole kingdom into the most violent consternation. Two editions were published immediately after each other; the first with the quotations in Latin, the second with them translated into English. Second edition. Lond. H. Bynneman, 12mo. 1583. Bright, 18s.
An astrologicall Addition to the (i. e. Richard Harvey's) late Discourse upon the great Conjunction of Saturne and Jupiter. Lond. 1583, 16mo.
Leap Yeare. A compendious Prognostication for 1584, 16mo.
Philadelphvs, or a Defence of Brute and the Brutans History. Lond. J. Wolfe, 1593. 4to. 17. 10s.
Black letter. 107 pages. Dedicated to the Earl of Essex. Steevens, 1678, 7s. 6d. Harward, 1858, 12s. Inglis, 739, 18s. White Knights, 1928, 21. 12s. 6d. West's copy, now in the Grenville Library, British Museum.
Exercitationes de Generatione animalium. Amstelad. Elz. 1651, 12mo.
De Motu Cordis. Francfort, 1628, 4to. First edition.
HARVYE, John. Histories of
HARWARD, Simon. A Discourse of the several Kinds and Causes of Lightnings. Lond. 1607. 4to.
Written by occasion of a fearful lightning which, on the 17 day of this instant, November, Ann. Dom. 1606, did, in a very short time, burne up the spire-steeple of Blechingley, in Surrey; and in the same, melt into infinite fragments a goodly ring of bells.' Gordonstoun, 1133, 9s. Towne ley. pt. i. 614, 17. 18. Wrangham, 5s Heber, pt. i. 2s. 6d. Another, pt. vii. 1s.
An account of Harward, with a list of his works, printed 1582-1623, will be found in Wood's Athen. Oxon.
- Solace for the Soldier and the Saylour. Lond. T. Orwin, 1592. 4to. Heber, 13s. HARWOOD, Edward, D.D. A new Introduction to the Study and Knowledge of the New Testament.
Lond. 1767-71. 8vo. 2 vols.
Ære descripta et Figuris illustrata.
Brockett, 1555, 12s.
Of this work, written by an Arian dissenting minister, Bp. Marsh observed, 'As these dissertations display great erudition, and contain much information illustrative of the New Testament, they are certainly to be recommended to the theological student.' Williams, 829, morocco, 17. 7s.-Second edition. Lond. 1773, 8vo. 2 vols. Hollis, 565, 17. 5s. Bp. of Ely, 532, 11. This Socinian divine published several other theological works, likewise an edition of the Greek Testament, &c.
A View of the various Editions of the Greek and Roman Classics. Lond. 1790. 12mo.
Fourth and best edition. Nassau, pt. i. 1434, 10s. Gosset, 2399, 13s.-1775, 12mo. 3s.-1782, 12mo. Drury, 1710, 6s. 6d.
Degli Autori Classici, sacri e profani Greci e Latini, Biblioteca, portabile, accreciuta da Mauro Boni e Bart. Gamba. Venezia, 1793, 12mo. 2 vols.
Biographia Classica: the Lives and Characters of the Greek and Roman Classics. Lond. 1778, 12mo. 2 vols. 9s.
Rev. Tho. The History and Antiquities of the Church and City of Lichfield. Gloucester, 1806. 4to. and other authentic evidences. Dent, pt. ii. Collected from various public records 262, 17. 2s. Nassau, pt. i. 1915, 1. 28. Townshend, 1483, 18s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, Towneley, pt. ii. 930, 17. 19s. Marquis of with proof plates, twelve copies printed. Sotheby's in 1826, 27. 6s. Baker, 255, with some additional plates, 51. 5s. Beckford in 1817, 57, russia, 71. 7s.-Collation. Pp. vii and 574.-Plates. 1. A view of the cathedral. To face the title. 2. An anancient west gate, p. 293. 4. Dean Dencient view of the city, p. 288. 3. The ton's market cross, p. 453. 5. A platforme, p. 483. 6. Edjall Hall, p. 564. Fronting p. 380 is a return relative to the poor.
A Survey of Staffordshire. See ERDESWICKE.
With portraits, published at 17. 1s. HASLETON, Richard. Strange and wonderful Things happened to Rd. Hasleton, borne at Braintree in Essex, in his ten yeares Tra
Edward. Populorum et Ur-uailes in many Forraine Countries. bium selecta Numismata Græca ex Penned as he delivered it from his
Lond. by A. I. 1749-52, containing Observations (Adam Islip) for William Barley. in natural History, Physick, Agri1595. 4to. culture, and Commerce: particularly on the Holy Land, and the Natural History of the Scriptures.
Lond. 1766. 8vo. 7s. 6d.
E 3, in fours, wood-cuts. Some of the cuts in this rare Book are copied from the Poliphilo. Heber, pt. ix. 8. 12s.
HASLEWOOD, Joseph. Some Account of the Life and Publications of the late Joseph Ritson, Esq. Lond. 1824. 8vo. With Silhouette portrait, published at 5s. Green-Room Gossip; or, Gravity gallinipt. By Gridiron Gabble, Gent. Lond. n. d. 12mo. 3s. 6d.
This gentleman, a member of the Roxburghe Club, edited several valuable repriuts of early English literature, and was a great contributor to Brydges' Censura Literaria, Bibliographer, and Restituta. He was likewise an occasional correspondent in the Gentleman's Magazine, under the signature of Eu. Hood. See Roxburghe Revels.
HASSELL, J. Picturesque Tour of the Isle of Wight. Plates engraved in Aquatinta. Lond. 1790. Svo. 2 vols. 15s.
North, pt. ii. 523, russia, 167. 16s. Willett, 1185, 127. 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 1943, with additional plates, russia, 251. 10s. Towneley, pt. ii. 955, russia, 147. 10s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1377, with additional plates, 201. Roxburghe, 8616, russia,
HASOLLE, James, i. e. Elias ASH- 167. 58. 6d. Beckford in 1817, 184, uncut, 137. 10s. Heath, 4651, 127. 15s. Puttick, June, 1858, the author's own copy, with MS. corrections and 2528 coats of arms, illuminated by Dowse, 941. LARGE PAPER, Eight copies printed. A large paper copy in the Grenville Library contains fifteen additional plates, which are very
Dent, pt. i. 935, russia, 18s. LARGE PAPER, 2 vols. 4to. Fonthill, 796, 27.14s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. russia, 27. 2s. Collation. Vol. I. Two titles, one engraved, the other printed; dedication, 2 pages; introduction and errata, 4 pages; list of subscribers, 12 pages; contents, 4 pages; the Tour, B-P 8, 224 pages, and seventeen plates, neither numbered nor described. Vol. II. Two title pages as in vol. I.; table of contents, 6 pages; continuation of the Tour, B-R 4, 248 pages and thirteen plates. Aqua Pictura. Oblong folio, 74 plates, comprising Landscapes in four states, after Turner, Prout, Cox, and others. Lond. 1813, 21. 2s.
These travels, which are uncommonly interesting and valuable to the natural historian, were originally written in the
Swedish language, and published by Lin-
HASTED, Edward. The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent. Canterbury, 1778-99. folio. 4 vols.
Collation.-Vol. I. Canterbury, 1778. Title and dedication, 2 leaves; preface, 8 pages; list of subscribers, 4 pages; introduction to the general history, pp. i-cli contents, one page; the topographical survey, 580 pages; an alphabetical list, &c. pp. 1-42; list of (40) plates in vol. I. one page. Vol. II. Canterbury, 1782. Title and dedication, two leaves; preface, and additional list of subscribers, 4 pages; notice relating to the errata, 1 page; the history continued, 817 pages; an alphahetical list, &c. pp. 1-72; list of (43) plates in vol. II. one page. Vol. III. Canterbury, 1790. Title and dedication, two leaves; preface, 2 pages; history continued, 765 pages; an alphabetical list, &c. pp. 1-51; list of (40) plates, one page. In this volume, at p. 421, the map of the Hundred of Worth (which was delivered with vol. 4), is often wanting. Vol. IV. Canterbury, 1799. Title and dedication, two leaves; preface, 2 pages; history conlist of (45) plates in vol. IV. tinued, 788 pages; index, &c. 46 pages;
The History and topographiSurvey of the County of Kent. second Edition, improved,
HASSELQUIST, Frederick, M.D. cal Voyages and Travels in the Levant, The
corrected, and continued to the 1841. folio. privately printed. Eypresent Time. Canterbury, 1797-ton, 1848. 1801. 8vo. 12 vols. 61. 6s.
HASTINGS, Henry Lord.
- Sir Francis, Knt. A Watch-
This work occasioned much controversy. Hastings, according to Wood, was a learned gentleman, well read in authors, especially in those relating to the controversies between the Protestants and Papists.' Bright, 17. 12s.
An Apologie, or Defence of the Watchword against the Ward-word, published by an English-Spaniard, lurking_under the title of N. D. Lond. 1600, 4to. Bright, 17. 5s. Heber, pt. i. 2s.
See PARSONS, Robert.
Vestiges of Antiquity. Lond. 1813. imperial folio. 17. 18. A series of (12) etchings and engravings of the ancient monastery of St. Augustine, with the cathedral, castle, and other antiquities in the suburbs of the metropolitan City of Canterbury, illustrated by best authorities, 12 pages, including the corresponding account, taken from the title, preface, and list of plates.
Bindley, pt. iv. 247, 47. 1s. Collation. Vol. I. Canterbury, 1797. Title, one leaf; dedication, 2 pages; preface and index, pp. i-xxvi; directions to the binder, one page; the general history, &c. 570 pages. Vol. II. Title, one leaf; dedication, index, and errata, pp. i-vii.; the topographical survey continued, &c. 578 pages, directions to the binder, one page. Vol. III. Title, one leaf; dedication, index, and directions to the binder, pp. i-xxviii; the topographical survey continued, 560 pages. Vol. IV. Canterbury, 1798. Title, one leaf; dedication. 2 pages; index, pp. i-xxii; directions to the binder, one page; the topographical survey continued, &c. 572 pages. Vol. V. Title, dedication, index, and directions to the binder, pp. i-xxxvi; the topographical survey continued, 590 pages. Vol. VI. Title, dedication, and index, pp. i-xxxviii; directions to the binder, one page; the topographical survey continued, &c. 580 pages. Vol. VII. Canterbury, 1798. Title, dedication, index, and directions to the binder, PP. i-xlviii; the topographical survey continued, 602 pages; further directions to the binder, one page. Vol. VIII. Canterbury, 1799. Title, dedication, index, and directions to the binder, pp. i-xlii; further directions, one page; the topographical survey continued, &c.555 pages. Vol. IX. Canterbury, 1800. Title, dedication, and index, pp. i-1; directions to the binder, one page; topographical survey continued, 610 pages. Vol. X. Title, dedication, and index, pp. i-xxxvii; address to the public and directions to the binder, two leaves; the topographical survey continued, &c. 452 pages. Vol. XI. Canterbury, 1801. Title, dedication, preface, contents, and index, pp. i-lx, history of the city of Canterbury, 547 pages; directions to the binder, one page. Vol. XII. Title, dedication, index, and directions to the binder, pp. i-xiv; the continuation
InstiHATCHER, R., Cantab. tutio, Epithalamium, et Militia viri ac Militis Christiani. Lond. 1645. 12mo. with a curious plate, repre
of the history of Canterbury, and addi-senting a curtain drawn before the tions, 672 pages.
The HISTORY of CANTERBURY was printed off separately, in folio, 1799, (160 copies), and again, 8vo. 2 vols. 1801.
HASTINGS, Sir Edward. Account of the Controversy between Rymald Lord Grey, of Ruthin, and Sir Ed. Hastings, in the Court of Chivalry, in the reign of King Henry IV., edited by Sir C. G. Young. Lond.
Warren. A Narrative of the Insurrection which happened in the Zemendary of Benares in 1781, &c. Calcutta, 1782. 4to.
Pp. vi. and 213. Willett, 1143, 13s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. 1483, morocco, 17. 6s. The Life of Warren Hastings, includ
ing his Journals and Letters. Lond. 1841, 3 vols. 8vo. portrait, 158.
head of the author.
Fourth and best edition, edited by Lord Colchester. Brockett, 1556, 41. 5s.-First edition. Lond. 1776-81, 2 vols.-Second Lond. 1785-96, 4to. 4 vols. Roxburghe, 1134, 4 vols. 31. 15s. Willett, 1144, 47. 4s. Edwards, 605, 3 vols. 14s.
Written by Haughton, Chettle, and Decker. Roxburghe, 4239, 91. See GRISILL.
HAUKAL, Ebn. See OUSELEY, Sir Wm.
HAUKINUS, Anglice HAWKINS. HAUNCE, Everard. A true Report of the Arraignement and Execution of the late Popish Traitor Euerarde Haunce; executed at Tyborne. Lond. 1581. 16mo.
Towneley, pt. i. 260, morocco, 27. 12s. 6d. HAUSTED, P. Senile Odium, Comoedia. Cantab. 1633. 12mo.
A Latin comedy, acted at Queen's College, Cambridge, by the youth of that society. Roxburghe, 3646, 3s. Bindley, pt. ii. 728, 3s. Heber, pt. i. 2s. 6d.
The Rival Friends, a Comedie, acted before the King and Queen at Cambridge, Lond. 1632, 4to. Roxburghe, 5038, 4s. 6d. Rhodes, 1238, 5s.
Ten Sermons preached upon several Sundays and Saints'-days. To which is added, an Assize Sermon. Lond. 1636. 4to.
Ad Populum. A Lecture to the People, with a Satyr against Separatists. Oxon. 1644, 4to. ""Tis a poem, and the title of it was given by King Charles I., who seeing it in manuscript with the title of A Sermon to the People, he alter'd it, and caused it to be called A Lecture, &c., being then much pleased with it.'-Ant. à Wood.
HAVENSIUS, Arnoldus. Speculum Hæretica Crudelitatis. Colon. 1608. 12mo. 17. 11s. 6d.
A copy of this, the Romanist account of the cruelties perpetrated by Prote against the Albigenses, English Catholics, &c., as well as of the following, will be found in the British Museum.
Commentariolus de Vita et Martyrio 18 Cartusianorum in Anglia trucidatorum. Edit. a Mauritio Chancæo: una cum historica Relatione XII Martyrum Cartusianorum Ruræmundensium. Col. 1608. 12mo.-Gandavi, 1608. 12mo. Williams, 831, 67. 8s. 6d. Hibbert, 3655, 15s. 4to. 1608.
HAVELOCK the Dane. See HARTSHORNE, ROXBURGHE CLUB, AP