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The Life of Oliver Cromwell, the Tyrant; an English Poem.


Several Dramatique Pieces, viz. Xerxes, Pythias and Damon, Holofernes, &c. in English and Latin. Also, some Tragedies of Seneca, translated into English.

Upon the Fire of London and the Plague, a Latin Poem, in heroic verse.

A Latin Elegy upon the Beheading of St. John the Baptist.

Αὐλικοκάτοπτρον, sive Estheræ Historia Poetica Paraphrasi, idque Græco Carmine, cui versio Latina opponitur, exornata una cum Scholiis seu Annotationibus Græcis: in quibus (ad Sacri Textus dilucidationem) præter alia non pauca Gentium Orientalium Antiquitates Moresque reconditiones proferuntur.

Additur Parodia Homerica de eadem hac Historia, accessit Index Rerum ac Verborum copiosissimus. Lond. 8vo. 1679 1620

Select Discourses. Lond. 12mo. The History of that most victorious monarch, Edw. III. King of England and France, and Lord of Ireland, and first founder of the most noble Order of the Garter; being a full and exact account of the Life and Death of the said King; together with that of his most renowned son Edward, Prince of Wales and Acquitain, surnamed the Black Prince; faithfully and carefully collected from the best and most ancient authors, domestic and foreign, printed books, manuscripts, and records. fol. 1686, 1688

Comm. in Euripidem, cum Vita ejus, et Tract. de Tragoedia Veterum Græcorum. Cantab. 1694 Sermon preached on St. Matthew's Day, before the Governors of the London Hospital, on Matt. ix. 9. 4to. 1703

Notæ, &c. in Anacreontis Carmina. Vita Anacreontis: Tract de Lyrica Poesi. Cantab. 8vo. 1705. Reprinted, 1721.

Notæ, &c. ad Homerum. Cantab. fol. 1711

BARO, or BARON, PET., D. D.; M. Prof. Div. Camb. A learned Divine; died about 1600. Four Sermons on Psal. cxxiii., &c. 8vo. 1560 In Jonam Prophetam Prælectiones xxxix. : Theses publicæ in Scholis peroratæ et disputatæ: Conciones tres ad Clerum Cantabrigiensem, habitæ in templo B. Mariæ; Precationes quibus usus est Author in suis prælectionibus inchoandis et finiendis. Published by Osmund Lake, at London. fol. 1579. The Theses above mentioned, two in number, were translated into English by John Ludham, under the following titles: first, God's Purpose and Decree taketh not away the Liberty of Man's corrupt Will. Second, Our conjunction with Christ is altogether spiritual. Lond. 8vo. 1590

De Fide, ejusque ortu et natura, plana et dilucida explicatio, &c. Lond. 8vo. 1580

Summa trium sententiarum de Prædestinatione, &c. Hard. 8vo. 1613. This work was


printed with the notes of Joh. Piscator, Disquisition of Fr. Junius, and Prelection of Will. Whitaker.

Special Treatise of God's Providence, and of Comforts against all kinds of Crosses and Calamities to be fetched from the same; with an Exposition on Psal. cvii.

Sermones declamati corm alma vniuersitate Catibrigiensi. Lond. 4to. by W. de Worde. Tractatulus de Regimine seu cavitate principum. Lond. 4to. by W. de Worde.

De Præstantia et Dignitate Divinæ Legis, libri duo, in quibus varii de Lege Errores refelluntur, et quomodo lex gratuitum Dei cum hominibus foedus, ac Christum etiam ipsum comprehendat, Fidemque Justificantem a nobis requirat, explicatur; eaque doctrina Sacrarum Literarum Authoritate, Theologorumque veterum ac recentiorum Testimoniis, confirmatur, adjectus est alius quidam Tractatus ejusdem Authoris in quo docet Expetitionem oblati a mente boni, et Fiduciam ad Fidei justificantis naturam pertinere.

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Eadem breviter demonstrata. 8vo. 1659, 1678 The same in English. Lond. 8vo. Euclidis Data. Camb. 8vo. Mathematica Lectiones habitæ in Scholis publicis Academiæ Cantabrigiensis, item Lectiones iv. in quibus Theoremata et Problemata Archimedis de Sphæra et Cylindro, methodo analytica, eruuntur; annis, 1664, 1665, 1666, &c. Lond. Lectiones Opticorum Phenominorum xviii. Lectiones Opticæ et Geometricæ xiii. 1674 The same in English; by Edm. Stone. 1735 Archimedis Opera; Apollonii Conicorum libri iv.; Theodosii Sphericorum lib. iii.; Nova methodo illustrata et succincte demonstrata. 1675

Lectio in qua Theoremata Archimedis de Sphera et Cylindro per Methodum Indivisibilium investigata ac breviter demonstrata exhibentur. Ad calcem Euclidis. Lond. 12mo. 1678, 1711 Sermons on several occasions. 8vo. 1678 Sermon against Evil Speaking. 8vo. 1678 A Defence of the Blessed Trinity. 1679, 1697 Lectiones Mathematicæ xxiii. in quibus Principia Matheseos generalia exponuntur, &c.; item Lectiones iv. in quibus Theoremata et Problemata Archimedis de Sphæra et Cylindro, methodo analytica, eruuntur. Lond. 1685, 1704 Sermons on Matt. xvi. 19; on Joel ii. 12. Treatise on the Pope's Supremacy. 4to. 1688 Treatise of Industry. Lond. 8vo. 1693 Exposition of the Creed, Lord's Prayer, and Ten Commandments. Lond. 8vo. 1696, 1697 Twenty-two Sermons, on various subjects, selected from his Works. 8vo. 1798

English, or Theological Works, edited by Dr. Tillotson, 1683-1686; reprinted, Lond. 1716 Also, Isaaci Barrow Opuscula, viz. Determinationes, Conciones ad Clerum, Orationes, Poemata, etc., forming a fourth or last volume of his whole Works. Lond. fol.

His Life. fol.

BARROW, JN., Can. Wind. Visitation Sermon, on Phil. i. 15—18.

1687 1683


BARROW, Wм., LL. D., of Qu. Col.; Arch. Nott.

Eight Sermons, containing Answers to some popular Objections against the Necessity or the Credibility of the Christian Revelation. 8vo. 1799

BARRY, SIR EDW., Bart., M. D.; Prof. of Physic in the Univ. of Dub.; died 1776.

Treatise on Consumption of the Lungs. 1726 A Treatise on Three different Digestions and Discharges of the Human Body, and the Diseases of their principal Organs. Lond. 8vo. 1759 Observations, Historical, Critical, and Medical, on the Wines of the Ancients, and on the Analogy between them and modern Wines, with Observations on the Principles and Qualities of Water, and particularly those of Bath. 4to. 1775 An Ulcer in the Lungs piercing through the Diaphragm into the Liver; Ed. Med. Ess. p. 273. 1732

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BARWICK, JN., Fel. St. John Col. Camb.; Dn. of Dur. and St. Paul's; Preb. An eminent Divine; born 1612; died 1664.

A Piece against the Covenant.

Certain Disquisitions and Considerations representing to the Conscience the unlawfulness of the Oath intitled, a Solemn League and Covenant for Reformation, &c. The Insufficiency of the Arguments used in the Exhortation for taking the said Covenants; published by command.

Life of Thomas Morton, Bp. of Durham, and his Funeral Sermon; from 2 Tim. iv. 7, 8. Deceivers deceived; a Sermon at St. Paul's.

BARWICK, PET., Fel. St. John's; born 1619; died 1694.

He drew up, in Latin, with unusual elegance and purity the Life of the Dean, his brother. Published in Latin, under the title of, Vitæ Johannis Barwick, Eubriæ Dunelmensis Duanni, cum Appendice Epistolarum, et de Rebus Britannicis. Lond. 8vo. 1721

And in English with an Account of the Writer. In the Appendix is a Defence of the Icon Basilike.

BASIER, or BASIERE, or BASIRE, IS., D. D.; Preb. Dur.; Archd. Northum. "A learned Divine," born 1607; died 1676.

Deo et Ecclesiæ Sacrum; Sacrilege arraigned and condemned by St. Paul, Rom. ii. 22. 1646

Diatriba de Antiqua Ecclesiæ Britannicæ libertate; translated into English under the title of

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BATE, GEO., M. D.; Clerk New Col. "An Eminent Physician," born 1608; died 1668. The Royal Apology; or, the declaration of the Commons in Parlement. 4to. 1647, 1648

Elenchus Motuum Nuperorum in Anglia, simul ac Juris Regis et Parliamentarii brevis Narratio. Translated into English. Lond. 8vo. 1652 De Rachitide, sive Morbo Puerili, qui vulgo THE RICKETTS, dicitur. 8vo. 1650

Dispensatory in Latin, Pharmacopoeia Bateana, which continued popular for many years from its numerous editions. The same translated into English. 8vo. 1713

BATE, JAS., Fel. St. Jn's., Camb. Born 1703; died 1705.

The Advantages of a National Observance of Divine and Human Laws; Assize Sermon on Deut. iv. 6. 4to. 1734

The Practice of Religion and Virtue, the only sure Foundation of Friendship; Sermon on 2 Kings x. 15. 4to. 1738

Two Sermons on Psal. cxii. 3, 4. 4to. 1742 The Faith and Practice of a Christian, the only true Foundation of Rational Liberty; a Sermon on John viii. 36. 4to. 1740 Human Learning useful to True Religion; a Sermon on Acts vii. 2. 4to. 1740

An Address to his Parishioners on the Rebellion in 1745.

Infidelity scourged, or Christianity Vindicated, against Chubb, &c. 8vo. 1746

An Essay towards a rationale of the literal doctrine of Original Sin; or a Vindication of God's permitting the Fall of Adam, and the subsequent corruption of our human nature. Leading to a brief view and defence of the scheme of redemption, placed in a new light, and built on a rational exposition of the principal parables, and many other important passages of Scripture, that have been hitherto much misunderstood. Occasioned by some of Dr. Middleton's writings. 8vo. 1752, 1766 1752

Sermon on Prov. ii. 3-5. 4to.

BATEMAN, EDм., D. D.; Archd. of Lewis. Sermons-On 1 John iv. 7.-2 Kings iv. 1, 2.-Deut. xxxiii. 18, 19.-Eccles. vii. 16.

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BAYLY, ANS., L L. D.; Min. Can. St. Paul and Westm.; Sub-Dn. of H. M. Chap. Roy. Three Discourses on the Antiquity, Evidence, and Certainty of Christianity. 8vo. 1751 Two Discourses on the Commandments of God, from Psal. cxix. 48. 8vo. 1778

An Introduction to Languages, Literary and Philosophical, especially to the English, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew; exhibiting, at one view, their Grammar, Rationale, Analogy, and Idiom. A Practical Treatise on Singing and Playing, with just expression and real elegance. 1771 A Plain and Complete Grammar of the English Language. 8vo. 1772

The Old Testament, English and Hebrew, with Remarks, Critical and Grammatical, on the Hebrew, and Corrections of the English. 1774

A Plain and Complete Grammar of the Hebrew Language, with and without points. 1774

Remarks on David Levi's Second Letter to Dr. Priestley, in answer to those he addressed to the Jews. 8vo. 1787

The Alliance of Music, Poetry, and Oratory.

BAYLY, JN., Fel. Ex. Ox.

The Angel Guardian; a collection of Sermons. Sermons on Psal. xxxiv. 7, and John i. 1.

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Devotions unto a Godly Life. Lond. 8vo. 1618 Soliloquies provoking to True Repentance. Sermon on Heb. x. 39. Lond. 4to. 1618, 1620 Sermon on Matt. vi. 33. Lond. 4to. 1618 Sermon on Romans xiii. 14. Lond. 4to. 1618 Sermon on John iii. 16. Lond. 4to. 1619 Treatise on the Lord's Prayer, and the Six Principles. Lond. 8vo.


Christian Letters to promote the Honour of Godliness. Lond. 8vo. 1619

The Diocesan's Trial, wherein all the Sinews of Dr. Downham's defence are brought into three heads, and dissolved. Lond. 4to. 1621, 1644

A Commentary on the 1st and 2d chapters of St. Paul to the Colossians, with Lectures upon several texts of Scripture. Lond. 4to. 1635

Help to true Happiness, explaining the Fundamentals of the Christian Religion. Lond. 1635 Letters of Consolation, Exhortation, Direction, with a Sermon of the trial of a Christian's Estate. 12mo. 1637 A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians. Lond. fol. 1643

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BEAULIEU, LUKE DE, B. D.; Preb. of Glo. La Vie de S. Thomas, Archevêque de Canterberry. Paris, 4to. 1674

Take care of Extremes, or useful Cautions against Popery and Presbytery. Lond. 8vo. 1675 The Holy Inquisition, representing the Religion of the Church of Rome. Lond. 8vo. 1681 Assize Sermon, on Rom. xii. 18. 4to. 1784 Sermon on Jude iii. 4to. 1686 Discourse, shewing that Protestants are on the safer side, and that their religion is the surest way to Heaven. Lond. 1687

Coronation Sermon on Isa. xlix. 23. 4to. 1702 The Reciprocal Duty between Kings and Subjects; a Sermon on Rom. xiii. 1. 4to. 1706

BEAUMONT, Jos., D. D.; Preb. Ely; Fel. Peter-ho. Camb.; Mast. Jes. Col.; D. Prof. Born 1615; died, 1699.

Psyche, or Love's Mystery, in 24 cantos, displaying the Intercourse between Christ and the Soul. Camb. fol. 1648, 1702

Some Observations upon the Apology of Dr. H. More, for the Mystery of Ungodliness. 1665 Poems in English and Latin; with an Appendix, containing some Dissertations and Remarks on the Epistle to the Colossians. 4to. 1749 To this is prefixed an Account of his Life.

BECHER, JN. THO., M. A.; Vic. Gen. and Preb. Cork; Stu. Ch. Ch. Ox.

BECON, or BEACON, THO., Preb. Cant. A Reformer; born 1512; died 1570.

Newes out of Heaven, both pleasaunt and ioyful, lately set forth to the great consolation and comforte of all Christen men. Lond. 8vo. 1541 The right Pathwaye vnto Prayer ful of muche Godly Frute and Christen Knowledge.


Potacion or drinkynge for this Holy Tyme of Lent, very comfortable for al penitent Sinners, with a Table in the end. Lond. 12mo.


The Golden Boke of Christen Matrimonye newely set forthe in Englishe. Lond. 8vo. 1542 The True Defence of Peace, whrein is declaredde, the Cause of all Warres nowe a dayes, show they may be pacified. Lond. 8vo. 1543, 1544 An Inwective agenst ye moste wicked and detestable Vice of Swearing. Lond. 8vo. 1543 David's Harpe ful of moost delectable armony newley strynged, and set in Tune. Lond. 1543 Solace of the Soule. Lond. 8vo.


The Physicke of the Soule, wherein thou shalt finde many Godly emplastures and comfortable salues agaynst al Spiritual Diseases, very neces


sary to be had of the true Christians in these last and perilous dayes. Lond. 8vo. 1549 The Spyrytual and Precious Pearle. To which is added, A humble Peticyon to the Lord, practysed in the Common Prayer of the whole famylie at Shene, duryng the trouble of their Lord and Master, the Duke of Somerset, his Grace.

ratio. Bas. 8vo.

A comfortable Epistle too Goddes faythful People in Englande, wherin is declared, the cause of taking awaye the true Christiane Religion from thence, and howe it maye be recovered and ob tained agayne. Strasb. 1554 The Pomander of Prayer. Lond. 8vo. 1558 Cœnæ Dominicæ et Missæ Papisticæ Compa1559 Various Treatises, printed by Day. Lond. 1560 Syche Man's Salue; wherin the faithfull Christians may learne both how to behave themselves paciently and thankfully in the time of Sickness; and also vertuosly to dispose their temporall goodes, and finally to prepare themselves gladly and godly to die. Lond. 8vo.


The Reliques of Rome, contayning all such matters of Religion, as have in times past bene brought into the Church, by the Pope and his adherents; faithfully gathered out of the moste faithfull writers of Chronicles and Histories, and nowe newely both diligently corrected and greatly augmented to the singular profit of the Readers. The whole Worckes of Thomas Becon. 1564 These Works contain, besides those already noticed, the following, viz. :-The Christmas Basket; the Nosegay; the Newe Year's Gifte; the Governaunce of Virtue; the Catechesme; the Jewel of Joy; the Principles of Christen Religion; the Fruitful Treatise of Fastyng; the Castell of Comfort; the Solace of the Soule; the Fortress of the Faythfull; the Christen Knight; Homely against Whordome; the Floure of Godly Prayers; the Dialogue of Chrystes Byrth; the Inwective against Whordome; a comfortable Epistle to the aflicted People of God; an humble Supplicacion vnto God for the restoryng of his Worde; the Displaying of the Popish Masse; the Common Places of the Holy Scripture; a Comparison betwene the Lorde's Supper and the Pope's Masse; certayne articles of Christen Religion proued and confirmed, with the Testimonies and Authorities of ancient Fathers; the monstrous merchandise of the Romishe Byshops; the Diversitie betweene God's Worde, and Man's Invencion; Christes Chronicle; the Summarye of the Newe Testament; the Demaundes of Holy Scripture; the glorious Triumphe of God's moste blessed Worde; the Prayer of Death. Many of the above were reprinted separately by John Day, without dates.

The Governaunce of Virtue. Lond. 8vo. 1566 A new postil conteinyng most Godly and learned Sermons vpon all the sundry Gospells that be redde in the Church thorowout the yeare: Lately set forth vnto the great profite, not only of al Curates and Spiritual Ministers, but also of al other godly and faythful Readers. Lond. 1566 The Acts of Christe and Antichriste. 1577 BECONSALL, THOS., M. A.; Fel. B. N. C.


Sermon on John v. 28, 29. 4to.

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BEDFORD, HILKIAH, Fel. St. John's. Born 1663; died 1724.

An Apology for Dr. Hicks and other Nonjurors, in answer to Thomas Wise, &c. Lond. 8vo. 1710 A Vindication of the Church of England, in answer to Priestcraft in Perfection. 8vo. 1710 A Defence of the Church of England from Priestcraft. Lond. 8vo. 1711

The Hereditary Right of the Crown of England asserted; the History of the Succession since the

Conquest cleared; and the English Constitution Vindicated from the Misrepresentations of Dr. Hidgen's View and Defence; wherein some mistakes also of our common historians are rectified; of the house of Suffolk, are now first published and several particulars relating to the succession from ancient records and original MSS.; together with an authentic copy of Henry VIIIth's Will. Lond. fol. 1713. An Abridgment of the same. 8vo. Lond. 1714

An Answer to Fontenelle's History of Oracles. Translation of the Life of Dr. Barwick.

BEKINSAU, JN., M. A.; Fel. New Col. Ox.; died 1559.

De Supremo et Absoluto Regis Hen. VIII. mp erio. 8vo. 1546, 1612

BELL, GEO. M. A.; Preb. York. Assize Sermons on Matt. vii. 12; on Zech. xi. 7. 8vo.

St. Alban's. Born 1625, died 1683.

BELL, WM., Fel. St. John's, Oxf.; Archd.

Sermons on Psal. cxxvii. 1; of Family Religion, on Joshua xxiv. 15; on Acts xxiv. 16; on Ephes. v. 15, 16.

BELL, WM., D. D.; Fel. Mag. Cam.; Preb. Westm. Benefactor of the Bell Scholarship, Cam., and many other noble charities, and Chaplain to H. R. H. the Princess Amelia.

Dissertation on the Causes which principally contribute to make the Nation Populous. 1756 Enquiry into the Divine Missions of John the 1697 Baptist and Jesus Christ. Lond. 8vo. 1761


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