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See ASHMORE, Elias.
Memoirs of the last ten years of the reign of. See WALPOLE, HORACE.
Memoirs of the reign of George II., by Bri-Lord Hervey, edited by J. W. Croker.
Lond. 1847. 8vo. 2 vols. 17. 16s.
GEORGE III., King of Great Britain.
An Account of the Ceremon observed at the Coronation of George III. and Queen Charlotte, on Tuesday, the 22nd Day of September. Lond. 1761. 4to. with a plate, Bindley, pt. i. 1826, 4s.
Orders to be observed on Tuesday, the 22nd of September, being the Day appointed for their Majesties' Coronation, în Pursuance of an Order in Council. Lond. 1761. folio.
An historical Account of George Lewis (K. George I.), containing his Genealogy. Life. Lancaster, 1714, 8vo. With portrait. Marquis of Townshend, 885, 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 1603, 148.
A Ceremonial for the Reception of his Majesty upon his Arrival from Holland to his Kingdom of Great Britain. Printed in the Year 1714, folio. This ceremonial was published by the Earl of Suffolk, Deputy Earl Marshal.
Annals of King George I. Lond. 171621, 8vo. 6 vols. Marquis of Townshend, 886, 15s.
Annals of K. George I. Lond. 1717-18.
8vo. 2 vols. 58.
Memoirs du Regne de George I. Haye, 1729. 12mo. 5 vols.
A Review of the Reigns of George I. and II. By a Lady. Berwick, 1792. 12mo. 2 vols. 68. An indifferent performance. Roxburghe, Supplement, 596, 17. 18.
GEORGE II., King of Great Britain.
The Form of the Proceeding to the Royal Coronation of King George II. and Queen Caroline, the 11th of October, 1727. folio. pp. 8.
The Solemnities at the Coronation of K. George II. Printed in the Year 1727. 8vo.
The Form of Proceeding to the Coronation of K. George III. and Q Charlotte, 22 Sept. 1761. folio. Towneley, pt. ii. 709, 8s.
The Form and Order of the Service and
Ceremonies in the Coronation of K.George
The Public and Private Life of George III., by Robert Huish. Lond. 1821. 4to. plates.
Letters from his Majesty to the late Lord Kenyon, on the Coronation Oath, with his Lordship's Answers, &c. Lond. 1827. 4to. 2s. pp. 45. Edited by Dr. Phill
See AIKIN, John. BELSHAM, William. BISSETT, Rob. CAMPBELL, Thomas. MACFARLANE, Robert.
GEORGE IV., King of Great Britain.
The Form and Order of the Service and of the Ceremonies in the Coronation of K. George IV. Lond. 1821, 4to. 3s. 6d. folio, 5s.
Ceremonial of the Coronation of King George IV. in the Abbey of St. Peter's, Westminster. West-Minster, by J. Whitaker, folio. Printed in letters of gold, with numerous full-length portraits and illuminations, large folio. Published by subscription at 100 gs. ON VELLUM, in imperial folio, six copies printed for crowned heads, superbly ornamented with paintings and illuminations in gold and colours, and decorated with precious stones.
CORONATION OF KING GEORGE THE FOURTH, Solemnized in Westminster Abbey, July 19, 1821, published by his Majesty's especial command, by the late Sir George Nayler, in a Series of above 40 Paintings of the Procession, Ceremonial, and Banquet, comprehending portraits of many of the distinguished
GEORGE IV.-continued. Individuals who were present, in their Robes of Estate; with an exact account
of the numerous hereditary and official claims preferred on the occasion by the Nobility and Gentry, with the adjudications thereon; Copies of all the Appointments and Warrants; Lists of the English, Scottish, and Irish Peers, and Privy Counsellors, according to Precedency, &c. &c., completed from Sir George Nayler's Manuscripts, with the assistance of Sir William Woods, Clarenceux, and C. G. Young, Esq. York Herald, by Henry G. Bohn. Atlas folio, hf. bd. morocco, gilt edges, 127. 12s.
Life and Reign of George IV., by Wallace. Lond. 1831, 12mo. 3 vols. 15s.
Life of George IV., by Robert Huish. Lond. 2 vols. 8vo. plates.
Personal History of George IV., by Dr. Croly. Lond. 1846, post 8vo. 2 vols. 17. 18.
A Collection of Pieces by Wooler, Hone, and others, issued during the Trial of Queen Caroline and the Coronation of George IV-120 pieces collected in 6 vols. Skegg, 5l. 15s. 6d.
Secret History of the Court of England, 1760, to the death of George IVth, in cluding full particulars of the mysterious death of the Princess Charlotte. By Lady Ann Hamilton.. Lond. 1832, 8vo. 2 vols. 17. 1s. Suppressed.
in R. Green's Dramatic Works by Dyce, vol. 2.
Black letter. Gordonstoun, 1856, 67. 1s., the only copy known.
History of George a Greene, Pindar of the town of Wakefield; with divers pleasant as well as serious passages in the course of his life and fortune. Lond. S. Ballard. 1706. 8vo. cuts.
GEORGIRENES, Joseph, Abp. of Samos. A Description of the present State of Samos, Nicaria, Patmos, and Mount Athos, translated into English (by Henry Denton). Lond. 1678. 12mo.
Reprinted in Thoms' Collection of early prose Romances. A single copy on velluni. For another account of this celebrated character, see W (N.) A Ballad of the Jolley Pindar of Wakefield will be found
Heath, 2635, 7s.
Relation of the strange Finding out of Moses his Tomb, near Mount Nebo. Lond. 1657, 12mo.
GERARD, Charles Lord. Narrative of Proceedings in several Suits of Law between Charles Lord Gerard of Brandon, and Alexander Fitton, Esq. Hague, 1663. 4to.
A copy is in the British Museum, and
An esteemed work. Heath, 901, 5s. 6d.
Loud. 8vo. A
An Essay on Taste. truly philosophic treatise.
Gilbert. Institutes of Biblical Criticism. Second Edition, Edinb. 1808. 8vo. 12s.
Jolley, 1844, (2 leaves MS.) 47. An anonymous play; sundry Times acted by the Seruants of the Earle of Sussex.' It has been attributed to John Heywood and to Robert Greene; it is reprinted in Dodsley's Collection.
John. The Herbal, or gene
The Pinder of Wakefield: ral History of Plants, enlarged by
'Of general and elementary treatises on sacred criticism, there is none more to be recommended for perspicuity or correctness than Gerard's Institutes.'-Bp. Marsh. The greater part of the first edition was lost at sea.
being the merry History of George-1633. folio.
With an engraved title, containing a portrait of the author by J. Payne, and numerous wood-cuts. A work still much esteemed. White Knights, 1771, 1. 6s. Dent, pt. i. 1323, with plates coloured, morocco, 41. 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 1548, russia, 31. 3s. Steevens, 1525, 27. 5s. Gutch (Charles the First's copy), mor. 127. 12s. -Lond. 1636, folio. Roxburghe, 1786, 21. 10s. Roscoe, 1712, russia, 57. 5s. Fonthill, 2449, 57.-LARGE PAPER. Leigh and Sotheby (morocco), April, 1811, 247. 10s.First or Gerarde's edition. Lond. 1597, folio. With wood-cut portrait.
Catalogus Arborum, &c. in illius Horto. | pt. ii. 914, with Gerbier's Counsel to Lond. 1596, 4to.-Another. Lond. 1599, Builders, 1663, and Assistance to a Trafolio. Dedicated to Sir Walter Raleigh. veller, 1665, 31. 58. Twelve leaves.
Counsel and Advice to all Builders.
1664, 12mo. 10s. 6d.
GERARDO, the unfortunate Span-Lond. 1663, 12mo.-In two parts. Lond. iard. See CESPEDES, Don. Gon. de. Subsidium Peregrinantibus; or, an Assistance to a Traveller in his Convers
with Hollanders, Germans, Venetians,
Most humble Remonstrance to Parliament. 4to.
Humble Expression of his Integrity and Zeale to England. 4to.
GERBIER, Sir Balthasar. The Interpreter of the Academy for forrain Languages and all noble Sciences and Exercises (in English and French). Lond. 1648. 4to.
In two parts. With portrait of the author. Bindley, pt. ii. 1636, 3. 1s. Dowdeswell, 283, without portrait, 10s. An account of this writer will be found in Walpole's Anecdotes, and most of his works are in the British Museum.
To all Fathers of noble Families and Lovers of Vertue. Lond. 1648, folio.Lond. 1649, folio.
In the Pepysian Library at Magdalen College, Cambridge, is a miscellaneous collection entitled 'Robes, Manteaux, Couronnes, Armes, &c. d'Empereurs, Rois, Papes, Princes, Ducs et Comtes, ancienne et moderne, blasonnées et elumineês par
Charles. Elogium Heroinum,
First public Lecture on Fortification. or the Praise of worthy Women. Lond. 1651. 16mo.
Lond. 1649, 4to.
First Lecture of military Architecture. Lond. 1649, 4to.
First and second Lectures of Cosmography. Lond. 1649, 4to.
First Lecture on Navigation. 1649, 4to.
Lond. First Lecture of Geographie. Lond. 1649, 4to.
A Lecture on the Languages, Arts, Sciences, and noble Exercises taught in his Academy. Lond. 1650, 4to. With portrait of the author.
The academical Lecture concerning Justice. Lond. 1650, 4to.
The Art of well Speaking. Lond. 1650, Some Considerations on the two grand Staple-commodities of England. Lond. 1651, 4to.
A new Year's Result in favour of the Poore. Lond. 1652, 4to.
A Discovery of certain Stumbling: blocks, which the Devill, the Pope and the Malignants have raised to put Nations at Variance. Lond. 1652, 4to.
A sommary Description, manifesting that greater Profits are to bee done in the
hott than in the cold Parts off America:
also Advertisement for Men inclined to Plantations in America. (With an Account of his ill Usage, and the Death of his Daughter by the Violence of the Dutch at Surinam.) Rotterd. 1660, 4to.
Brief Discourse concerning the three chief Principles of magnificent Buildings. Lond. 1662, 12mo. with portrait. Bindley,
Bindley, pt. iii. 35, 17. 6s. A copy is in the British Museum. Bliss, 7s.
George, D'Ouvilly. The false Favourite disgraced, and the Reward of Loyalty, a Tragi-comedy. Lond. 1657. 12mo.
Pp. 112, dedicated to Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford, &c. and 2 others; then follow 6 commendatory verses. Reed, 8083, 5s. Rhodes, 1812, 3s. 6d.
GERILEON D'ANGLETERRE. - La plaisante & délectable Histoire de Gériléon d'Angleterre ; mise en Francoise, par Estienne de Maison neufve. Paris, 1572 and 1586. 8vo. 2 vols.
Roxburghe, 6136, vol. II. 1586, 17. 1s. 1 vol. White Knights, 1676, 8s. GoldReprinted Lyon, 1602, 16mo. 2 tom. en smid, 393, 13s. 6d..
GERMAIN (Christ. St.). Treatise concerning the Division between the Spiritualitie and Temporalitie. Lond. Berthelet, n. d. 12mo.
Sotheby, 17. 10s. An edition printed by Rob. Redman.
GERMANICUS Cæsaris. Reliquiæ Orellii cum Notis var. edidit. J. A. quæ extant omnes ex recensione Giles, LL.D. Lond. 1838. 8vo.
German Anecdotes, Stories, &c., a Col
The German Theatre, by Benj. Thomp son. Lond. 1806, vols. 12mo. Duke of York, 5033, 17. 1s. LARGE PAPER, post 8vo. 17. 10s.
GERMANY.-The Warnings of Germany, by wonderful Signes and lection of. Lond. 1804, 12mo. 2 vols. Brinckmair]. Prodigies [by 'The Invasions of Germanie, with all the Civil and Bloudy Warres therein from 1618 to 1638, with portraits and map.-A true Relation of the bloudy Battell fought foure dayes and foure nights together, between Duke Bernard von Winseren and John de Weerdt, the Duke of Savelli.-The Lamentations of Germany, with a true Representation of its miserable Estate (by P. Vincent).-Lachrymæ Germaniæ, or the Tears of Germany, unfolding her woeful Distress.
These are the titles of the five pieces, which are occasionally found bound together; they were all printed of the same size, small 8vo. and dated 1637 or 1638. The Towneley copy sold for 107. 10s. Roxburghe, 57. 15s. 6d. Skegg, 5 pieces in 4 vols. morocco, 37. 16s. The pieces often appear separate and imperfect.
News out of Germany, 1584. See GENS
The Estate of the German Empire with the Description of Germany. Lond. 1595, White Knights, 1748, 3s.
The History of the German Empire, being a Continuation to Echard's Roman History. Lond. 1731, 8vo. 2 vols. Willett, 958, 15s.
The German Spy, with Secret History of the several Princes and Princesses, &c. Lond. 1740, 8vo.
Acta Germanica, or the literary Memoirs of Germany. Lond. 1742, 4to. 2 vols.
Descriptive Journey through the interior parts of Germany and France, including Paris. By a young English Peer (the Duke of Bedford). Lond. 1786, 12mo. Popular Tales of the Germans, translated from the German (by W. Beckford). Lond. 1791, 12mo. 2 vols. 10s. 6d.
Translations from the German in Prose
and Verse, (by Miss E. C. Knight.) Windsor, 1812. 12mo. Thirty copies printed.
Tales translated from the German Lan
guage. Ghent, 1820, 12mo. 4s.
German popular Stories translated from the Kinder and Haus-Märchen. Collected by the Brothers Grimm, from Oral Tradition. Lond. 1823, 12mo. Pp. 240, with designs by Cruikshank. A second vol. was published in 1826.
The German Novelists, Tales selected from ancient and modern Authors in that Language, with critical and biographical Lond. 1826. post These Tales had all been
Notices, by T. Roscoe.
8vo. 4 vols. 38s.
German Stories, selected by R. P. Gillies. Lond. 1826. 12mo. 3 vols. 21 Very spiritedly translated, and to the English reader original.
Specimens of German Romance, selected and translated from various authors, by George Soane, A. B. Lond. 1826, post 8vo. 3 vols. with engravings by George Cruikshank.
German Romances. By the Translator of Wilhelm Meister (Thomas Carlyle). Lond. 1827. post 8vo. 4 vols. 36s.
German Poetry, Survey of. See TAYLOR, W.
Pictorial History of Germany.
GERRARD, John. Siglarium Ro-
A valuable and necessary work for those who are employed in the study of Roman antiquities. LARGE PAPER, 1. 1s.
Dramatic Pieces from the German. 1. The Sister, a Drama, by Goethe. 2. The Conversation of a Father with his Chil-printed entire in the London edition of dren, by Gesner. 3. The Set of Horses, Facciolati's Lexicon. a dramatic Piece, by Emdorff. Edinb. 1792, 8vo. 4s.
Lond. 1828. post 8vo. 4s. 6d.
Translations from German Poems. Berlin. 8vo.
Philip. A godly Inuective
The German Miscellany; consisting of in the Defence of the Gospell Dramas, Dialogues, Tales, and Novels, against such as murmure and translated by A. Thomson. Perth, 1796, woorke what thei can that the
The German Museum. Lond. Geiswei- Bible shoulde not have free Pasler, 1799, 8vo. 3 vols. plates, 17. 1s. sage, Lond. 1547. 16mo.
have fol. ci, followed by fol. cxxi: and after folio cxxvi, there is fol. lxxxix; followed by folio c, and fol. lxxxxvii. The first four folios of the Joyes of Paradyse are not numbered. The translator is said
to be Andrew Chertsey.
dye well. Westmynstere by W. de - The Crafte to lyue well and to Worde, 1506. 4to.
Seven leaves. An abridgment, seemingly, of the former work.
GERUND DE CAMPAZAS. The History of the famous Preacher Friar Gerund de Campazas; otherwise Gerund Zotes. Translated from the Spanish, by Nugent. Lond. 1772. 8vo. 2 vols.
This History by Father Joseph Francis de l'Isla, was written to ridicule the absurdities of the itinerant Spanish preachers. The translator has adopted the style of Tristram Shandy. Williams, 875 moA notice rocco, 21. 3s. Willett, 947, 19s. of the work will be found in the Retrospective Review, vii. 239-51.
GESENIUS, D. Wilhelm, D.D. A Hebrew Lexicon to the Books of the old Testament. Translated from the German, by Christopher Leo. Cambridge, 1825-8. royal 4to. 2 vols.
An invaluable work, in some respects superior to the original. Other editions, by Robinson, Boston, U.S.; and Lond. Wiley, 1844. royal 8vo. 17. 11s. 6d. By S. P. Tregelles. Lond. Bagster, 1846. small 4to. 17. 8s. 6d. Lond. 1852. small 4to. 17. 8s. 6d.
Hebrew, Chaldee, and English Lexicon, by Dr. Lee. Lond. Duncan, 8vo. 1. 5s.
Hebrew Grammar, by B. Davies. Lond. Bagster, 1845. small 4to. 10s. Other translations, by Prof. Hurwitz, third edit. Lond. Taylor, 1844. 8vo. 13s.-By Dr. Lee, Moses Stuart. New York, U.S. and Lond. Lond. Duncan, 1844. 8vo. 1. 5s. By Wiley, 1847. royal 8vo. 12s.-By T. J. Conant. Lond. 1840. medium 8vo. 9s. New Enlarged by E. edition, 1846. 6s. 6d. Rödiger, translated and edited by B. Davidson. Lond. Bagster, 1852. 4to. 10s. See GIBBS, Josiah W. The GESNER, Conrad. Lewell of Health, in 4 Parts, published in Englishe, by George Baker, Lond. H. Denham, Chirurgian. 1576. 4to. Black letter.
This author was surnamed the German Pliny. White Knights, 1750. 8s. Bos