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AN ACCOUNT OF RARE, CURIOUS, AND USEFUL BOOKS, PUBLISHED IN OR RELA.
ARTICLES, AND THE PRICES AT WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN SOLD.
WILLIAM THOMAS LOWNDES.
NEW EDITION, REVISED, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED; WITH AN APPENDIX
RELATING TO THE BOOKS OF LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES.
AND 186, FLEET STREET.
A. Touch- is not noticed by Wood in his account of stone of true Re Cardinal Allen. Gordonstoun, 726*, 17. 18. Bright, 21. 9s. ligion. Lond. 1590. 8vo.
D. H.-A godlie and fruitfull Treatise of Faith and Workes. From Maunsell's Wherein is confuted a certaine catalogue, p. 115.
Opinion of Merit by Workes, which an Aduersary to the Gospell of Christ Jesu, held in the Conference, had in the Tower of London. Lond.
D. A. DUNCAN, drew; SIDNEY, Sir Philip.
D. E.-A Catholick Apologie against the Libels, Declarations, Aduices and Consultations, made written and published by those of the League, Perturbers of the Estate of France. By E.D.L.I.C. Lond. for Edward Aggas, 8vo. Inglis, 271, 13s.
Gregory Seton. 1583. 16mo.
Dedicated To Ambrose Dudley, Earle of Warwicke, Baron Lisle.' A, 4 leaves, B to G eight leaves each.
D. H. (H. Dering). Ripensis.Eboraci. Reliquiæ Eboracensis.
Pp. 95, with title and 'Ad Lectorem,' 1 page.
D. H.-See DAWBENY,
Britain and Ireland, containing an
D. E.-A Vindication of the Historiographer of the University of Oxford. See Wood, Anthony à.
D. E.-A Tour through the Upper Provinces of Hindostan. 1823. 8vo. with a map, 9s.
D. G.-A briefe Discoverie of D. J.-The Vngodlinesse of the Dr. Allen's seditious Drifts, con- Hethnicke Goddes, or the Downfall triued in a Pamphlet written by of Diana of the Ephesians, by J. D. him concerning the Yeelding vp of an Exile for the Word, late a Mithe Towne of Deuenter (in Ouer-nister in London. M.DLIV. 16mo. rissel) vnto the King of Spain, by glish Poetry, 8vo. IV. 139. In verse. See Warton's History of EnSir William Stanley. Lond. by John) W (olfe) for Francis Coldock,
Pp. 128, besides a prefatory epistle 'To the Reader' by G. D. This excellent tract
Brambles and Briars: or a Field D. I-A Hedgerow of Bushes, full of Tares, Thissels and Time; of the Vanities and vain Delights of