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Ad Martinum Bucerum Epistola. Colonia, 1545. 4to. Lovanii, 1546, 4to. 17. 1s.Lovan. 1544, 4to. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 1129, 17. 16s. Roscoe, 622, 17. 198.
Altera Epistola ad Martin. Bucerum. Lovanii, 1546, 4to.
A Detection of the Deuils Sophistrie, wherwith he robbeth the vnlearned People of the true Byleef, in the most blessed Sacrament of the Aulter. Lond. by Jhon Herforde, at the Costes and Charges of Roberte Toye, 1546, 12mo. This book begins Steven Bisshop of Winchester to the reader;' one leaf. Sign. E, four leaves,
is printed with the Greek letter; the
sheet F, in Latin, with Roman; as are some other parts of the book. Contains 132 leaves. A copy is in Lambeth Library, and another in the Grenville Li-count of Dunwich, Blithburgh, and brary, British Museum.
Thomas. An historical Ac
A Declaration of suche true Articles as
George Joye hath gone about to confute as false. 1546. Lond. by Johannes Herforde, at the Costes and Charges of Robert Toye. 12mo. first edition. Another in 8vo. with the faultes escaped in printing corrected. On the back of the title begins an address by Steven Bysshop of Wynchester to the Reader:' afterwards another 'To George Ioy,' in which is much matter concerning Dr. Barnes, &c. Contains fol. clxxx. Horne Tooke, 185, 12s. Inglis, 637, 12s. White Knights, 1651, 17. 78. Gutch, 1858, 21. 28. A copy is in Lambeth Library.
An Explication and Assertion of the true Catholique Fayth, touching the moost blessed Sacrament of the Aulter, with Confutacion of a Booke written agaynst the same. Made by Steuen Bysshop of Wynchester, and exhibited by his owne Hande for the Defence to the Kynges Maiesties Commissioners at Lambeth. 1551, 16mo. R. Southey, fine. Gardner, 1854, 27. 19s. Contains 152 leaves besides title and preface.
The Communication betwene my Lord Chauncelor and Iudge Hales, being among other Judges to take his Oth in Westminster Hall. Anno M.D.Liii. VI. of October. 16mo. Four leaves. Copies have at sales produced 41. 6s. and 61. 16s. 6d. This curious tract is reprinted in Dr. Dibdin's Library Companion, and in the third volume of the Harleian Miscellany.
Exetasis Testimoniorum quæ M. Bucerus minus genuine e S. Patribus non sancte edidit de Colibatus Dono.Lovanii,1554,4to.
GARDINER, Wm. Tables of Logarithms. Lond. 1742. 4to. 15s.
A supposed Lament, by Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester.-A Retort upon, or Replication to the same. Reprinted from a copy, supposed unique, in the library of the London Society of Antiquaries, in the tenth volume of the Harleian Miscellany.
Reprinted and enlarged edition, Avignon, 1770, small folio. Another, Firenze,
GARDNER, Richard, of Shrewsberrie. Profitable Instructions for the Manuring, Sowing, and Planting of Kitchen Gardens; very profitable for the Commonwealth. Lond. by Edw. Allde for Edward White, 1599. 4to.
Lond. Allde for White,
Southwold; with Remarks on some Places contiguous thereto. Lond. 1754. 4to. 17. 11s. 6d.
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GARDNOR, Rev. John. Views taken on or near the River Rhine, at Aix la Chapelle, and on the River Maese, engraved in Aquatinta by the Author and his son. Lond. 1788. atlas folio.
An elegant work, consisting of thirtytwo picturesque views. There are proofs before the letters. Some copies were coloured.-Another edition. 1792, sm. 4to. Bindley, pt. ii. 1424, 17. 3s. Nassau, pt. i. 1692, 98. PROOF IMPRESSIONS, 27. 28.
GARDYNE, Alex. Garden of Grave and Godlie Flowres, Sonets, &c. Edinb. Finlason, 1609. 4to.
Pitcairn, 1855, 81. 88. Reprinted for the Abbotsford Club. LARGE PAPER. 2 copies printed on VELLUM. Bolton, 1856, 201.
GARDYNER, Geo. Description of the New World, or Islands and Continents of America as they were all in the year 1649. Lond. 1651. 12mo.
Foster, 98, March, 1857, 67. 10s. GAREY, S. Great Brittan's little
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GARLAND.-The loyal Garland, or a Choice Collection of Songs. The fifth Edition with Additions. Lond. 1686. 12mo.
Loves Garlan or Poesies for Rings, Handkerchers and Gloves. Black letter. Lond. And. Clark, 1674. 16mo. Utterson, 1852, 27. 14s.
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Extracts from this collection will be found in Beloe's Anecdotes, vi. 90-8.
A North Countrie Garland. Edinb. 1824. 12mo. Thirty copies printed.
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GARLANDIA, Joh. de. Synonyma, cum Expositione Galfridi. Lond. per Rich. Pynson, 1496. 4to.
A treatise formerly in much estimation. Other Editions.-Lond. Wynk. de Worde, 1500, 4to. A copy is in the British Museum.-Lond. R. Pynson, 1509, 4to. A copy is in the British Museum-Lond. per Richard Pynson, 1500, 4to.-Lond. W. de Worde, 1505, 4to.-Lond, W. de Worde, 1510, 4to.-Heber, pt. ii. 16s. de Worde, 1514, 4to. Gordonstoun, 1028, with Vocab. Intr. 1514, 31. Lond. W. de Worde, 1517, 4to. Heber, pt. viii. 17. 8s. 4to. Wrangham, with
Dictionarium Artis Alchymiæ. Basle, 1571, 8vo.
GARNET, Henry. A Relation of the Proceedings against Henry Garnet a Jesuite, and his Confederates. Lond. Rob. Barker, 1606. 4to. 6s.
An account of the gunpowder plot.Latine, a G. Camdeno. Lond. J. Norton, 1607. 4to. See GUNPOWDER PLOT.
Apologia pro Henrico Garneto ad actionem proditoriam Ed. Coqni, Andreæ Eudæmon Joannis Cydonii (L'Heureux) Coloniæ Agripp. 1610, 12mo. rare, 359 pages, and 7, preliminary. This vindication of Garnet is a reply to the above account.
GARNETT, John, Bishop of Clogher. A Dissertation on the Book of Job, its Nature, Age, and Author. To which are added four Sermons. Lond. 1749, 4to.
Illustrated by a map and 52 plates in aquatint, from drawings by W. H. Watts. In this work agriculture, manufactures, commerce, antiquities, botany and manners are treated of, though not in a very masterly manner. Towneley, pt. ii. 781, 21. Duke of York, 2169, 17. 11s. Fonthill, 863, 17. 19s. Dent, pt. i. 1454, 17. 118.
GARNIER, Rob. Antonie, a Tragedie; with a Discourse of Life and Death, by Ph. Mornay, both written in French, and done into English by Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke. Lond. 1592. 4to.
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Cornelia, translated by T. Kidd. Lond. 1594, 4to. Roxburghe, 5294, 17. 9s. Rhodes, 1488, 47. Garrick, 1854.-Lond. 1595, 4to. In this edition the title is ' Pompey the Great, his faire Cornelines Tragedy. In the British Museum; also in Malone's Collection.
GARRARD, Edmund. The Countrie Gentleman Moderator. Collections of such intermarriages as have beene betweene the two Royall Lines of England and Spaine, since the Conquest, &c. Lond. Edward Allde. 1627. 4to. 15s.
George. A Description of the different Varieties of Oxen common in the British Isles. Loud. (1800), oblong folio, 17. 1s. Embellished with 28 coloured engrav
GARRARD. William. The Arte of Warre, corrected & finished by Captaine Hitchcock. Lond. 1591. 4to.
Dedicated to the Earl of Essex. Reed, 4008, 3s. 6d. Inglis, 577, 4s. 6d. White Knights, 1741, morocco, 31. 6s.
GARRICK, David. The Dramatic Works. Lond. 1768. 12mo. 3 vols. 6s.-Lond. 1798. 12mo. 3 vols.
A wretched and imperfect collection. Twenty Plays by Garrick. Reed, 8118, 17. 13s.
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Poetical Works, with explanatory Notes. Lond. 1785, 12mo. 2 vols. 7s.
Life and Death of David Garrick, to which is added, the Life of Edward Alleyn. Lond. 1779, 8vo.
Private Correspondence, illustrated with notes and a memoir, edited by James Boaden. Lond. 1831-2, imp. 4to. 2 vols. port. 15s. pub. at 51. 5s.
Biography of David Garrick. See DAVIES, Thomas. MURPHY, Arthur.
GARROW, D. W. The History and Antiquities of Croydon, with a Sketch of the Life of Abp. Whitgift. Croydon, 1818. 8vo.
History of Lymington. co. Hants. Lond. 1825. 8vo.
GARTER, Bernard. The tragical History of two English Louers, 1563, written by Ber. Gar. Lond. 1565. 16mo.
307. 19s. 6d. Perry, pt. iv. 517, 321. 10s. Ninety-five leaves. Bindley, pt. iv. 917, Heber, pt. iv. 171.
Anew Yeares Gifte. By B. G., Citizen of London. Lond. Henry Bynneman, 1579. 4to. 17. 11s. 6d.
Black letter. A to L in fours, not including title, verses, ad Archipapistam, contents, preface, argument in verse, 8 tract, attributed by Ritson to Barnaby Googe are-1. A Letter written by Cuthbert Tunstall, Bishop of Durham, and John Stokesley, Bishop of London, to Reginald Pole, in 1537, upon his trayterous denyal of the king's supremacy, and flight to Rome. 2. The Lives of Pope Alexander the Second and Gregory the Seaventh. 3. A Comparison between Christ and the Pope; with many Popish charms, &c. in verse and prose. 4. A Description of the
Censura Literaria, British Bibliographer,
Pope's Wares and Merchandize, lately
Lond. 1578. 4to.
Workes, Second Edition- The Posies, corrected, perfected, and augmented by the Author, 1575. Lond. for Richard Smith (1575), 4to. pp. 502. Bibl. AngloPoet. 285, 201. Gordonstoun, 1035, 31. 15s. Sotheby's in Dec. 1820, with the Steel Glas and the Complaint of Philomene, 8. 8s. Towneley, pt. i. 528, 217. 10s. resold Heber, pt. iv. 131. Skegg, 91. 2s. 6d. Roxburghe, 3315, with the Steele Glas, &c. 1576, 107. 10s. North pt. i. 1467, with the Steele Glas, &c. morocco, 21. 158. Sothe
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The Hermits Tale at Woodstock, 1575. Printed in Nichols' Progresses, &c. of Q. Elizabeth, vol. i. 1788, from a MS. in the British Museum.
See ELIZABETH, Queen, p. 727.
Fifty copies printed. Reprinted, 1786.
The Order of the Ceremonies used at the Feast of St. George, when the Sove-by's reign of the most noble Order of the Garter is present. Printed in the year 1674. 4to.
A perfect Catalogue of all the Knights of the Garter, from the first Institution untill April 1661. Lond. 1661, 4to.
See ASHMOLE, Elias. GEORGE, Saint. GARTH, Sir Samuel, M.D. Dispensary, a Poem, with a Key. Fifth edit. Lond. 1703. 8vo. with front.
Many editions. Garth's design for establishing a charitable foundation for supplying the sick poor with medicines at prime cost, being warmly opposed by the apothecaries and some of the college, gave rise to this admirable satire.
The Dispensary transversed, or the consult of Physicians, a poem in six cantos. Lond. 1701. 8vo.
The Glasse of Government (a Play). Lond. H. M. for C. Barker, 1575, 4to. Sir M. M. Sykes pt. i. 1312, morocco, 17. 11s. 6d. Rhodes, 1125, last leaf wanting, 11s Heber, pt. ii. 17. 15s. Bliss, fine, 21. Not included in the collected edition.
The princelye Pleasures at the Courte at Kenelworth. Lond. by Richard Jhones. 1576, 4to. Black letter. Bibl. AngloPoet. 287, 257. In edition of Workes, 1587.
Princely Pleasures with the Masque, intended to have been presented before Q. Elizabeth at Kenilworth Castle in 1575; with an introductory Memoir, Notes, and Whetstone's metrical Life of Gascoigne. Lond. 1821, 12mo. pp. xxxviii and 104, with portrait. One hundred copies printed. It will also be found in the first volume of Nichols' Progresses of Q. Eliz. and in Kenilworth Illustrated.
A delicate Diet for daintie mouthed
Heber, pt. iv. in lot 771, unique, 277. 16s.
The Steele Glas, a Satyre, with the
Complainte of Philomene. Lond, for Ri
chard Smith (1576). 4to. pp. 132. Bibl. Anglo.Poet. 286, several leaves MS. 127. 12s. Sotheby's in 1821, several leaves MS. 21. 15s. On the reverse of the title is a portrait of the author, which is copied in the British Bibliographer.
GASCOIGNE-continued. The Droome of Doomesday. John Windes for Gabriell Cawood. 1586, 4to. Saunders in 1818, 47. 12s. Perry, pt. i. 2353, 31. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1313, morocco, 31 Roxburghe, 3317, 4. 7s. Heber, pt. iv. 21. First edition, Lond. G. Cawood, 1576, 4to. Black letter. Heber, pt. iv. 769, 31. 5s.
288, russia, 351. resold Inglis, 578, 13. 13s. Towneley, pt. i. 520, with the Steele Glas, 187. 78. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 1311, morocco, 27. 11s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1433, 61. 10s. Jadis, 141, with portrait from the Steele Glas, 127. 58. Nassau, pt. i. 1694, russia, 7. 2s. 6d. Rhodes, 1125, 61. Steevens, 868, 42. 48. Bright, 124, 128. Gardner, 91. 15s.
Workes. "The Pleasanntest Workes of; newlye compyled into one volume, that is to say: his Flowers, Hearbes, Weedes. The Fruites of Warre, The Comedie of Supposes. The Tragedie of Iocasta, The Steele Glasse, The Complaint of Phylomene, The Storie of Ferdinando Ieronimi, and the Pleasure at Kenelworth Castle.' Lond. Abell Jeffes. 1587, small 4to. Collation. Title and Epistle to the Reverend Divines, 4 leaves; Epistle to all Young Gentlemen, 3 leaves; to the Readers generally and commendatory verses, 9 leaves; on the reverse of the last, a title (within a border composed of printers' ornaments), with contents to 'Flowers.' Pp. 1 to 160 (A to K in eights): pages 36 marked 35; 78, 87; 92, 91; 93, 92; 109 and 110, 111 and 112; between 112-13 a separate title to 'The Fruites of Warre; 159-60 not paged. 'Hearbes,' title with contents as before, 1 leaf; names of the actors in 'Supposes' (Englished in 1566), 1 leaf; (B ii) pp. 1 to 174; (B iii. iv. C to O in eights, Pi. ii.); pages 37 to 44 are missed; pages 69, 70 title to 'Iocasta. The entire of this portion is so very irregularly paged as to preclude noticing Weedes,' title as before; pp. 175 to 296 (P iv. to viii. Q iv. R missing), S to Z in eights, Civ.; page 190 marked 191; 191, 190. The Steele Glas,' title (reverse blank), Dedication to Lord Graye of Wilton, and commendatory verses, 4 leaves (S i. to iv.) The Work (Vi. to Y iii. in eights), pp. 291 to 312, marked on one side only; pages 293 marked 294; 307-8, on both sides; 309-10 marked 309-216; last leaf unpaged. The Complaint of Philomene,' title as before, but dated 1576, one leaf; Dedication to the Lord Gray of Wilton one leaf; the Poem, pp. 315 to 352, first leaf on pages 315-316 unmarked; p. 317 marked 217; 324, 323; 347, 741; 352 blank, "The Princelye Pleasures of Kenelworth Castle,' on A B C, in eights; 24 leaves unpaged (no title leaf). "Certain Notes con
cerning the making of Verse,' 4 leaves
Supposes, a Comedye from Ariosto, translated 1566. Reprinted in Workes, edit. 1587, which, as it forms the first 68 pages of the Hearbes' (pp. 1-68), preceded by a leaf containing a list of actors; a heading being given on Bii.; it is found occasionally bound up as a separate edi
Iocasta, from Euripides, by G. G. and Francis Kinwelmasth of Graies Inue, and there by them presented, An. 1566. Edition of 1587 forms part of Hearbes,' pp. 69 to 128.
The Wyll of the Deuyll; with his ten detestable Comaundementes: whereunto is adioyned a Dyet for dyuers of the Deuylles Dearlings, commonly called dayly Dronkardes. Impr. by R. Jhones, n.d. 16mo. B. 4, in eights. Black letter. Nassau, pt. ii. 1442, 177. 6s. 6d. 40 copies reprinted, Edin. 1825, one ON VELLUM is in the Grenville Library.
The Grief of Joy, certeyne Elegies wherein the doubtful Delightes of Manes Lyfe are displaied.
Written to the Queenes most excellent Majestie, 1576. A MS. in the British Museum. The dedication and a specimen of the poem are printed in Beloe's Anecdotes of Liter. ii.
Life of Gascoigne. See WHETSTONE, George.
GASS, Patrick. A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of a Corps of Discovery under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clarke, from the mouth of the River Missouri, through the interior Parts of North America to the Pacific Ocean, 18046. Printed, Pittsburgh. Reprinted, Lond. 1808. 8vo.
A meagre journal. Fonthill, 2782, 10s. GASSENDUS, The Life of Nic. Cl. Fabricius, Lord of Pieresk, transGil-lated by W. Rand, M.D.
1657, 8vo. port. by Gaywood.
Philosophia Epicuri one of the noblest
GAST, John, D.D. The History