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Anglica practica Medicinæ a capita the West Indies.

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from Nicholas' Conquest of Weast-India.'

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5s. This curious work, styled by Dr. Adam journey to Rome, was left out in this edi

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GAGER, William, LL.D. Ulisses are infamous delusions. The author, a Redux, Tragedia nova. In Ædo learned Rabbinical writer, was librarian Christi Oxoniæ publice Academicis to the Cardinal Richelieu. Gage, Sir Henry. Alter Britan- recitata, octavo Idus Februarii,

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Rivales Comedia. Sixteen leaves. Written by Edward Walsingham, a Roman Catholic, and in the Latin tongue, and the best come.

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A work valuable no less for the orna- GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas, R.A.

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Reprinted in the Rev. S. H. Cassan's Historiae Britannicae Saxonicae, An-
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16. AP-

Part. iv. of reformed Philosophy, 1677. pendix Antiquitatum Britannicarum.

Part v. (marked Part iv. Book 3.) Divine See OPUSCULA MYTHOLOGICA.

Predetermination, 1678. An account of

this learned and zealous Non-conformist,

GALEN, Claudius. Opuscula
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of the Ejected Ministers.
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De Temperamentis et de in-
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Tho. et J. FELL. Rerum An- to be the first specimen of copper-plate

A copy is in

glicarum Scriptores veteres. Oxon. engraving in this country.

the British Museum Freeling, 11. 19s.

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Williams, 900, morocco, 451. Hanrott, 691. 4to.

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Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores quinque British Museum.
ex vetustis Codicibus mss. nunc primum Quos oporteat purgare Medicamentis et



Gall, F. J., M.D. See SPURZquando. Latine. Lond. ap. Pynson, 1522. HEIM, J. G., M.D. 4to. A copy is in the British Museum.

GALLAND, Ant. See Arabian De Naturalibus Facultatibus Libri tres, Tho. Linacro Anglo Interprete. Lond. in Nights. Adibus Rich. Pynson, 1523. 4to. 95 fol. GALLANT.--A Treatise of a Galalso a leaf containing . Erratorum Index.'

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Meeting of Gallants at an ordinaire or De Symptomatum Differentiis et Cau.walkes in Poules, 1604. 4to. Black letsis, T. Linacro Interprete. Lond. ap. ter. Reed, 61. 2s. 6d Pynson, 1524. A copy is in the British Essay on Modern Gallantry. Lond. Museum.

1728. 4to. Galens Bookes of Elementes, published Gallantry a la Mode, a satirical Poem. foorth of Latine into English by John 1674. Reed, 6865, 11. 5s. Bindley, pt. ii. Jones, Physition. Lond. by William 896, 11. 13s. Jones, 1574, 4to. 12s. Dedicated to The young Gallants Academy. Lond. 'George Earle of Shrewsbury, &c.' C2, in 1674. 12mo. 12s. fours.

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Annals of Gallantry; Trials for Divorce GALESUS, &c. See Boccacio, and Crim. Con. during the reign of George Giovanni.

III. Lond. 1815 8vo.3 vols. plates, 11. 108,

See BREWER, George. GALFREDUS, Petrus Baiocen.

GALLERIES. Galli. De vita ac moribus atque

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