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HUMBOLDT-continued. Observations and trigonometrical and barometrical Measurements. Translated from the original French, by John Black, Lond. 1811-12. 8vo. 4 vols.
To those who have studied the Essai politique, the use which I have made of this admirable work in many parts of my own, will be sufficiently apparent. Indeed to write a book upon Mexico without referring to Baron Humboldt at almost every page, is nearly impossible. He first applied the lights of science to the New World. He discovered and explained the peculiarities of climate and structure, by which Mexico is so much favoured, and traced with the hand of a master, the outline of that vast picture, which present and future travellers can only assist in filling up.'-Ward's Mexico, vol. ii.
Researches concerning the Institutions and Monuments of the ancient Inhabitants of America; with Descriptions and Views of some of the most striking Scenes in the Cordilleras. Written in French by Alexander de Humboldt, and translated into English by Helen Maria Williams. Lond. 1814, 8vo. 2 vols. with 19 plates. An abridgment and re-publication under a new name of a former work entitled "Atlas Pittoresque, Views of the Cordilleras, and Monuments of the indigenous Nations of the New Continent," with a selection from the sixty-nine plates, which accompanied that work, to nineteen to illustrate this.'-Quart. Rev.
Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent, during the Years 1799-1804. By Alexander de Humboldt and Aimé Bonpland, with Maps, Plans, &c. Written in French by Alexander de Humboldt, and translated into English by Helen Maria Williams. Lond. 1814-29, 8vo. 7 vols. in 8, 41. 4s.-Third edition, Lond. 1822-29, 7 vols. in 8.-New edition, revised by Miss Ross, complete in 3 vols. post Svo. Bohn, 1852-3, 158.
A geognostical Essay on the Superposition of Rocks in both Hemispheres. Lond. 1823, 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Cosmos, translated by Mrs. Sabine. 8vo. 21. 8s.; end 16mo. 17. 18. 6d. Lond. Longman, 1846-185, 4 vols. post
Cosmos, translated by Prichard. Lond. Baillière, 1845-48, post 8vo. Vol. i. 10s. Vol. ii. 12s. (Discontinued.)
VIEWS OF NATURE, or Contemplations on the sublime Phenomena of Creation, translated by E. C. Otté and H. G. Bohn. Lond. Bohn, 1850, sm. 8vo. 5s. In Bohn's Scientific Library.
ASPECTS OF NATURE (the same work as Views,' &c.), translated by Mrs. Sabine. Lond. Longman, 1848, 12mo. 2 vols. 7s.
HUME, Alexander. Hymnes, or sacred Songs, wherein the right Vse of Poësie may be espied. Whereunto are added, the Experience of the Author's Youth, and certain Precepts seruing to the Practise of Sanctification. Edinb. by Robert Walde-graue, 1599. 4to.
Pp. 66, besides introduction, four leaves. The preface is addressed to the Scottish Youth,' reprehending the custom of making vain recitals and singing idle songs when they meet in company. Jolley, 1844, 187. 10s. Heber, pt. iv. 57. 18s. Reprinted for Abbotsford Club. Harwood, 197. See APPENDIX.
A Rejoynder to Doctor (Adam) Hill concerning the Descensce of Christ into Hell, (1593). 4to. Hibbert, 4137, 17. 10s.
A Treatise of Conscience, quhairin divers Secreata concerning that Subiect are discouered. Edinb. 1594, 16mo. Heber damaged, pt. i. 6s.
Of the true and catholick Meaning of our Saviour's Words, This is my Body, &c. Edinb. 1602, 8vo. An Auswer to John Hamilton's catholick and facile Treatise.
The Flyting betwixt Montgomery and Polwart. Edinb. Andro Hart, 1629, 4to. Thirteen leaves.-Another edition, Edin. by the hands of John Finlaison, for John Wood, 1629, Query if new title only. Reprinted by Dr.Irving in his edition of Montgomerie's Poems. An earlier edition, 1621, was in the Harleian Catalogue, but now not to be found, pt. iii. 6031.-Glasg. 1665, 8vo. Elementa Grammatica. Edinb. 1612, small Svo. A copy is in the British Museum. Roxburghe, 2070, 13s.
-Edinb. 1688, 8vo.
Grammatica nova in Usum Juventutis Scotia, et Auctoritate Senatus omnibus Regni Scholiis imperata. Edinb. 1612, Svo. Heber, pt. vii. 16s.
Triumphs of Love, and Chastitie, and Death. Edinb. 1644, 12mo. 71. 7s. Perry, 5l. 15s. 6d.
Anna. See PETRARCH.
HUME, David, of Godscroft. The History of the Houses of Douglas and Angus. Edinb. 1644. folio.
Boswell, 1357, 17. 10s. Some copies of this curious work bear the date of 1648, and others have the following title: A general History of Scotland, together with History of the Houses of Douglas and Angus.' Edinb. no date. Gough, 1829, 12s. Other Editions.- Edinb. 1743, 2 vols.
Jadis, 83, 17. 10s.-The fourth edition.
Edinb. 1748, 12mo. 2 vols. Fonthill, 1550, 17. Bindley, pt. ii. 456, 21.
De Vnione Insulæ Britanniæ Tractatus. I. Lond. 1605, 4to. pp. 24. not including title and dedication to K. James, 3 leaves. A copy in a bookseller's catalogue was priced 4. 4s. Heber, pt. vii. 5l.
Daphn - Amaryllis. Lond. 1605, 4to. A-E, 20 leaves. Bright, 17. 18.
Lvsvs Poetici, in tres Partes distincti. Lond. 1605, 4to. A-N, in fours.
Le Contr' Assassin, ov Response a l'Apologie des Iesvites, faite par vn Pere de la Compagnie de Jesus de Loyola : & refutee par vn tres-hvmble Servitevr de Iesus Christ, de la Compagnie de tous les vrais Chrestiens, D. H. Imprimé l'An 1612, small 870. Pp. 391, besides title, dedication to K. James I. and preface, 8 leaves. Constable, 439, with the autograph of the author, 17. 10s. A presentation copy to Casaubon, with the autograph of the author, is in the British Museum.
Illvstrissimi Principis Henrici Iusta. Lond. 1613, 4to. Seven leaves, including title and dedication to Prince Charles.
Regi svo post bis septennium in Patriam ex Anglia redeunti, Scotia Gratulatio. Edinb. 1617, 4to. Six leaves. Gordonstoun, 1305 (in another volume).
To this edition has been added a list of monarchs contemporaneous with each reign (taken from Blair's Chronological Tables), and portraits of the kings, with fac-similes of their autographs, engraved by Worthington. Three copies were taken off on tinted paper. LARGE PAPER in royal 8vo. fifty copies printed, 167. 14s.
The History of England, from Julius Cæsar's Invasion to Henry VII., 4to. 2 vols. Lond. 1761-2. The History of England under the House of Tudor, 4to. 2 vols. 1759. The History of Great Britain, vol. i. containing the Reigns of James Í. and Charles I. Edinb. 1754. The History of Great Britain, vol. ii. containing the Commonwealth, and Reigns of Charles II. and James II. 4to. 1756. Together 6 vols. This, the first edition, is full of Scotticisms, many of which Hume corrected in subsequent editions. Duke of York, 2675, 21. 2s. Roxburghe, 8376, 41. 4s. Other Editions.Lond. 1763, 8vo. 8 vols.-1767, 8vo. 8 vols. --Dublin, 1769, 8vo. 8 vols.-Lond. 1770, a fine series of Portraits was afterwards 4to. 8 vols. Best quarto edition, for which engraved. Heath, 4371, 87. 13s. Dent, pt. ii. 297, with portraits inserted, 117.-1773, 8 vols. 8vo.-1778, 8vo. 8 vols.-1786, 8vo. 8 vols. the last edition corrected by the
author.-1789, 8vo. with Smollett's Continuation, 13 vols. 57. 7s. 6d.-1796, 8vo. 13 vols. with porBindley, pt. ii. 312, traits.-1802, 8vo. 13 vols. with porpigskin, 127. 10s.-1803, 8vo. 16 vols. traits. LARGE PAPER. Williams, 950, in Wallis and Scholey's edition, with ports. and wood cuts. LARGE PAPER. Fonthill, 3089, 157. 15s. Duke of York, 2569, 16 vols. 77. 10s. White Knights, 2062, morocco, 277. 16s. - Bowyer's sumptuous edition, with plates, 1806, folio, 70 Nos. in 10 vols. Fonthill, 3694, 461. 4s. Duke of York, 2694, morocco, 227. 11s. 6d. Sotheby's in 1823, russia, 317. 10s. North, pt. ii. 351, 70 nos. complete, 217. 10s. 6d.-1807, 8vo. 13 vols. with portraits. Sotheby's in June, 1822, 67. 8s. 6d.-1809, 18mo. printed by Corral, 15 vols. 21. 10s.—With a Continuation to 1835, by T. S. Hughes. Lond. Valpy, 1834-36, 12mo. 21 vols. 51. 5s.-New Domestic Details, 1697-1707, with Ap-edition. Lond. Bell and Dalton, 12mo.
Sir David, of Crossrig. Diary, 1700-1707. See BANNATYNE CLUB, Appendix.
Apologia Basilica, seu Machiavelli In
genivm, examinatum in Libro quem inScripsit Principem. Paris, 1626, 4to. Pp. 258, not including title, dedication to K. Charles, &c. 4 leaves.
pendix and Notes. Edinb. 1843, LARGE PAPER, royal 8vo, on VELLUM, one copy
Poemata omnia. Accessere ad Finem Vnio Britannica, & Prælium ad Lipsiam solutâ Oratione. Parisiis, 1632, small 8vo. Constable, 441, 37. Bindley, pt. ii. 742. Collation.-A-T, in fours, besides title, dedication, and errata, 4 leaves. Iacobæa Davidis Hvmii Theagrii, Wedderburnensis. A-K. De Vnione' Insvlæ Britannicæ, &c. A-E, in fours, F and G, four leaves, H—L, in fours.-Paris, 1639, 12mo.
De Familia Humia Wedderburnensi liber. Edinb. 1819, 4to. Harward, 7s. 6d. See ABBOTSFORD CLUB, Appendix.
HUME, David. The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Cæsar to the Revolution in 1688, 8 vols. The History of England, from the Revolution to the Death of George the Second. By T. Smollett, M.D., 5 vols. Oxford, 1826, 8vo. 13 vols. 67. 3s. 6d.
HUME, David-continued. 1856, 18 vols. 31, 12s.-With a Continuation to the Death of William IV., by Dr. H. Stebbing. Lond. 1838, 12mo. 16 vols. 31. 4s. Hume and Smollett's History, new edition. Lond. Trade edition, 1848, 8vo. 10 vols. 41.
History of Religion. ii. Of the Passions. iii. Of Tragedy. iv. Of the Standard of Taste. Lond. 1757.
Essays and Treatises on several subjects. Third edition, Lond. 1756, 4 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1758, 2 vols. 4to.-Lond. 1764, 8vo. 2 vols.-Lond, 1768, 4to. 2 vols. Dent.
Hume and Smollett's History of Eng-pt. ii. 297, russia, 17. 2s. Heber, pt. i. 9s. land, with Continuation by E. Farr. Lond. Heath, 3742, 17. 11s. 6d.-Lond. 1777, 8vo. Virtue, 1847, 3 vols. royal 8vo. 27. 12s. 6d. 2 vols.-1784, 8vo. 2 vols. Roscoe, 721, Hume and Smollett's History of Eng- 13s. 6d.-1788, 2 vols. 8vo.-Edinb. 1800, land, with a new general Index, complete 8vo. 2 vols. Again, 1809, 1817, 1822, and in 1 vol. imperial 8vo. Lond. H. G. Bohn, 1855, 11. 1s.
The History of England, abridged from Hume. By the Author of the Abridgment of Mr. Gibbon's Roman History (the Rev. Charles Hereford), with a Continuation. Lond. 1795, 8vo. 3 vols. 15s.
Letters on Mr. Hume's History of Great Britain. Edinb. 1756. 8vo. 3s. 6d. This work, written by Dan. Macqueen, D.D., has been often referred to with high approbation. FINE PAPER, 6s.
Observations on Hume's History of England, by Joseph Towers, LL.D. Lond. 1778, 8vo. 3s. 6d.
The Philosophical Works of David Hume, Esq. now first collected. Edinb. 1826. 8vo. 4 vols. New edition, with some additions. Boston, U.S. 1854, 8vo. 4 vols. 27. 8s.
The editions of the separate pieces published during the author's lifetime have all been carefully collated, and their variations pointed out in notes.
Treatise of Human Nature. 1739, 8vo. 3 vols. (Hume's first publication.) Heath, 1241,3 vols. 1. 1s.-Lond. 1817, 2 vols. 8vo. 14s.
Essays, Moral and Political, and Dialogues concerning Natural Religion, 12mo. 5 vols. Vol. i. Essays moral and poli
Histoire d'Angleterre depuis l'invasion de Jules César jusqu'a la revolution de 1688, trad. par l'Abbé Prevost et Mons.net). Belot, rectifée par M. Lefevre Canchy; et depuis cette époque jusqu'a 1760, par Smollett; traduit et refait par M. M. Despres et Meunechet. Avec une continuation par Adolphus et Aikin, trad. par M. M. Despres et Meunechet. Precedée d'un essai sur la vie et les ecrits de Hume par M. Campenon. Paris, 1819-22. 8vo. 22 vols.
Another edition. Paris, 1825-27, 8vo.
21 vols. VELLUM PAPER.
tical. Lond. 1741. The third edition, corrected, with Additions, Lond. 1748, 12mo. Vol. ii. Philosophical Essays concerning human Understanding. Edinb. 1742, 12mo. -Third edit. Lond. 1748. Vol. iii. An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals. Lond. 1751. Vol. iv. Political Discourses. Edinb. 1752.-Third edit. 1754. Vol. v. Four Dissertations, viz. i. The natural
Dialogues concerning natural Religion. By David Hume, Esq. Lond. 1779, 8vo.
Essays on Suicide, and the Immortality of the Soul, ascribed to the late David Hume, Esq.; never before published, With Remarks, intended as an Antidote to the Poison contaiued in these Performances, by the Editor. To which is added, Eloisa. Lond. 1783, 12mo. 3s. 6d. two Letters on Suicide, from Rousseau's
Three Essays: i. On the balance of Trade. ii. On the Jealousy of Trade. iii. On the Balance of Power. Lond. 1787, 8vo.
Français (par J. Bern de Merian et Robi-
Le Blanc). Amsterd. (Paris), 1754, 12mo.
Discours politiques (trad. par Mauvillon). Amsterd. 1761, 12mo.
Hume's Private Correspondence with Lond. 1820, 4to. 5s. several distinguished Persons, 1761-76.
Letters, 1742-1761, edited by Dr. Murray. Edinb. 1841. 8vo.
Life, written by himself. Published by Adam Smith. With a Supplement. Lond. 1777, 89, 12mo.
An Account of the Life and Writings of David Hume, Esq. By T. E. Ritchie. Lond. 1807, 8vo. 5s.
Life and Correspondence from papers bequeathed by his nephew to the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and other original \ sources, edited by J. H. Burton, Edinb. 1847, Svo 2 vols.
David (Nephew of the Historian). Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, respecting the Description and Punishment of Crimes. Edinb. 1797. 4to. 2 vols. 27. 8s.
An esteemed work.-Second edition, Edinb. 1819, 4to. 2 vols.-Third edition, 1829. Fourth edition, by R. R. Bell, Edinb. 1845, 2 vols. 4to. 47. 4s.
Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, respecting Trial for Crimes. Edinb. 1800, 4to. 2 vols.
HUME, Sir Patrick. The Promine, contening the Maner, Place and Time of King James the Sext his first passing to the Feildes: directit to his Hienes. Be P. H. familiar Seruitour to his Maiestie. Edinb. be Johne Ros. 1580. 4to.
Black letter, four leaves, reprinted in Select Remains of the ancient Popular Poetry of Scotland, from a copy in the possession of Francis Douce, Esq.-Edinb. by Johne Ross for Henrie Charteris, 1581. Inglis, 744.
'Principally made for two Base Viols, yet so contrived that it may be plaid 8 severall waies upon sundry instruments with much facilitie.' A copy is in the British Museum.
First part of Ayres, French, Pollish, and others, together, some in tableture, and some in Frickesong, with Pavines, Galliards, and Almaines. Lond. J. Windet, 1605, folio. Bright, 47. 12s.
HUMFREDUS, Anglice PHREY. See SIDNEY, P.
HUMORS ANTIQVE FACES. Drawne in Proportion to his severall antique Iestures. Lond. 1605. 4to.
Patrick. Annotations on Milton's Paradise Lost. Lond. 1695. folio.
HUMPHREY, Laurence, D.D. Oratio ad Reginam Elisabetham, in Aula Woodstochiensi habita. Lond. 1575. 4to.
This very elaborate commentary may be considered as the first attempt to ilustrate an English classic by copious and continued notes.'-Dr. Drake. Sub- A copy is in the British Museum. It sequent writers have been often amply is reprinted in Nichols' Progresses of indebted to it, without even the most Q. Elizabeth. Vol. i. 1788. Another distant hint of acknowledgment. The edition, 1572. following is the title:- Annotations on Milton's Paradise Lost, wherein the Texte of Sacred Writ, relating to the Poem, are quoted the parallel Places and Imitations of the most excellent Homer, and Virgil, cited and compared; all the obscure parts render'd in Phrases more familiar; the old and obsolete Words, with their Originals, explained and made easie to the English Reader. By P. H. Φιλοποιήτης. Lond. 1695.
Captaine Tobias. Poeticall Musicke. Lond. J. Windett. 1607. folio.
HUMORS ORDINARIE. Where a Man may be verie merrie and exceeding well used for his pence. Lond. for William Firebrand. 4to. n. d.
A medley of epigrams and satires. Steevens, 918, 17.-1607, 4to. Roxburghe, 3353, 37. 16s. Bindley, 67. 16s. 6d.
A-D, in fours. A copy of this collection of epigrams in heroic verse is in Earl Spencer's library.
HUMOURS and Conversations of the Country. Lond. 1673. 12mo. Heber, pt. viii. 4s.
HUMOURIST, The. Lond. 17245. 12mo. 2 vols. 10s. 6d.
Seventy-three essays on a great variety of subjects.
The Nobles, or of Nobilitye, in three Bookes. Whereto is coupled the small Treatyse of Philo, a Jewe, now also Englished. BLACK LETTER. Lond. Imprinted by Thomas Marshe. 1563, 16mo. Sir P. Thompson, 284, 17. 8s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 30. 12s. Heber, pt. vi. 13s. Skegg, 17. 6s. The Latin work 'Optimates sive de Nobilitate,' &c. was printed at Basle,
Ioannis Ivelli Angli, Episcopi Sarisburiensis Vita & Mors, eiusq; veræ Doctrinæ Defensio, cum Refutatione quorundam Obiectorum, Thomæ Hardingi, Nicol. Sanderi, Alani Copi, Hieronymi Osorij Lusitani, Pontaci Burdigalensis. Lond. apud Ioh. Dayum, 1573, 4to. Contains 269 pages, besides prefixes and affixes consisting of divers verses, in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. Dedicated to Archh. Parker and Bishop Edwin Sandys. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1609, morocco, 27. 14s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1910, 17. 7s. Bp. of Ely, 969, 11s. Heber, pt. ix. 17.
Jesuitismi Pars prima (et secunda.) HUM- Lond. H. Middleton, 1852-4, 8vo. Bright. Seven Sermons against Treason on 1 Sam. 26, 8-11. Oxford, 1588, 8vo,
An Account of Humphrey,' who in the opinion of all was much commended for his life and conversation, as also for the Sixe-excellency of his learning and wit,' will be found in Wood's Athen. Oxon.
HUMPHREYS, David, D.M. An historical Account of the Society for propagating the Gospel in
HUNNIS, William. A Hyve full of Honye, containing the first Booke of Moses, called Genesis, turned into English Meter, with Notes in the Margin. Lond. by
Thomas Marshe. 1578. 4to.
Dedicated to Robert Dudley, Earle of Leicester.
One hundred and thirty-six leaves. Sotheby's in 1821, russia, 77. 17s. 6d. Bindley, pt. ii. 1869, 187. 18s. resold Perry, pt. i. 2565, 107. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 389, 201. Skegg, 8l. 78. 6d. Heber, pt. iv. 51. Utterson, 51. 5s. Heber, pt. i. 37. 18s. Certayne Psalmes drawen furth into Englysh Meter, 1550, 8vo. A notice of Hunnis, and of his version of the Psalms, will be found in the forth-sixth section of Warton's History of English Poetry.
Seuen Sobs of a sorrowful Soule for Sinne: Comprehending those seuen Psalmes of the Princelie Prophet David, commonlie called Poenitentiall; framed into a Forme of familiar Praiers, and reduced into Meeter by William Hunnis, Lond. printed in the now dwelling house of Henrie Denham, 1585, 16mo. The Seven Sobs end at p. 85 Then a new title within a border of A Handfull of Honisuckles, &c. This also commences a new paging. At p. 27, a third title, viz. 'The Poore Widow's Mite,' &c. At p. 49, a fourth title, viz. Comfortable Dialogs,' &c. At p. 67 begin Prayers in Prose. The whole ends at p. 92. Bibl. AngloFoet. 390, morocco, 81. 8s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 31, morocco, 37. 18s. resold Pickering, 8. 17s. 6d. 1591. — 1597.1615, 24mo. Reed, 7054, 16s. 6d.-Edinb.