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BONTEMPUS (JOH. AND.) Nova quatvor Vocibus componendi Methodus. 4° Dresd. 1660.
Historia Musica. fol. Pervg. 1695.
BONTIUS (JACOBUS) Disp. Inaug. de Colico Dolore. 4° Lugd.
De Medicina Indorum, Libri IV. 4° Par. 1645. Historia Naturalis et Medica. fol. Amst. 1658. BONVICINUS (VALERIANUS) Lanx Peripatetica, qua vetus Arcani Physici Veritas appenditur, et Avctoris Mvndi svbterranei noua obiecta reuocantur ad pondus. 8° Patav. 1667.
BONVINIUS (ELIAS) Dispvtatio de Medicina, ejvsque partibvs, et Methodis in disciplinis. 4° Helm. 1597.
De Morbis et Morborum differentiis. 4° Helm. 1598.
De Theriaca Liber. So Vratisl. 1610.
BONUS (JOS. MOR.) De Peripneumonia. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1669. BONUS (PET.) Introdvetio in divinam Chemiae Artem integra Magistri Boni Lombardi Ferrariensis Physici. 4° Bas. 1572. BONWICK (AMBROSE) A Pattern for young Students in the University set forth in the Life of Mr. Ambrose Bonwicke, sometime Scholar of St. John's College in Cambridge. 12° Lond. 1729. BONYOL (10.) Franco parnassvs. Antrvm qvo Henrici IIII. Galliarvm Regis Christianissimi Gloria, et illustr. Nic. Brvlardi Syllerii Galliar. & Nauarræ Canc. & Apollinis honos, à Musis celebrantur. 4° Par. 1607.
BONZEN (MART.) Disp. Med. Inaug. de Phthisi. 4° Ultr. 1669. BOODGER (ELIZ.) v. SEWELL.
BOODT, v. BOETHIUS (Anselmus)
BOOGAERT (EGIDIUS VANDEN) Disp. de Dialectis Novi Testamenti in genere & in specie. 4° Ultraj. 1670.
Disp. Philologica disserens de voto Jephta. 4° Ultraj.
BOOGART (JUST. VANDEN) Disp. Med. de Humoribus. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1673.
BOOK-BINDING. The whole Art of Book-binding. 12o Osw. 1811. BOOKER (JOHN) v. NAWORTH.
The Bloody Almanack: to which England is directed, to foreknow what shall come to passe. 4° Lond. 1643.
Almanack et Prognosticon, sive Speculum Anni à Nat. J. C. 1643. 12° Lond.
Mercurius Caelicus, or a Caveat to all the People of the Kingdome, that now have, or shall hereafter happen to read the counterfeit and most pernicious Pamphlet written under the name of Naworth. 4° Lond. 1644.
ed. alt. 4° Lond. 1644.
Mercurius Vapulans, or Naworth stript & whipt: in answer to a Pamphlet called "Mercurio-Cœlico-Mastix." 4o 1644.
No Mercurius Aquaticus but a Cable-Rope double twisted for Iohn Tayler the Water Poet, who escaping drowning in a Paper-Wherry-Voyage, is reserved for another day as followeth. 4o 1644. BOOKER
BOOKER (JOHN) A Rope treble-twisted for John Tayler the Water-Poet. 4° Lond. 1644.
A bloody Irish Almanack: or, Rebellious and Bloody Ireland discovered in some Notes extracted out of an Almanack printed at Waterford in Ireland for this Yeare 1646. 4° Lond. 1646.
A Brief Judgment Astrologicall concerning the present designe of the L. Governor (Lieut. General Cromwell) against the rebels in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1649.
Coelestial Observations: or an Ephemeris for 1652. 12o Lond. 1652.
ΟΥΡΑΝΟΘΕΩΡΙΑ: or an Ephemeris for 1656. 120
Au Ephemeris for 1666. 12° Lond.
Telescopium Uranicum repurgatum & limatum: an Almanack for 1667. 12° Lond.
BOOKER (Lieut. Col. JOHN) His Account of the State and Condition of the Army in the Province of Munster. fol. 1646. BOOKER (LUKE) LLD. The Highlanders, a Poem. 4o 1787.
Malvern, a descriptive and historical Poem. 4o Dudley.
BOOKS, v. BIBLIOGRAPHIA. BIBLIOTHECA. CATALOGUS. LIBRI. LI
A potent Vindication for Book-making: or an Embleme of these distracted Times. 4° Lond. 1642.
A View of a printed Book intituled Observations upon his Majesties late Answers and Expresses. 4° Orf. 1642.
An Ordinance by the Lords and Commons, for the preservation and keeping together for publique Use, such Books, Evidences, Records, &c. sequestred or taken by distresse or otherwise, as are fit to be preserved. 4° Lond. 1643.
A Generall, Note of the Prises for binding all sortes of
· Bookes. fol. Lond. 1646.
An Ordinance of the Lords & Commons in Parliament concerning sequestered Books, Evidences, Records, and Writings. 22 Sept. 1647. fol. Lond. 1647.
A Book without a Title. 4° [1649.] (Sic.)
An Order of the Lord Mayor respecting unlicensed and scandalous Books and Pamphlets. fol. Lond. 1649.
A Beacon set on fire: or the humble Information of certain Stationers to the Parl. and Commons of England concerning Popish and Blasphemous Books. 4° Lond. 1652.
Something written in Answer to a lying, scandalous Book, printed by E. B. in Pauls Church-yard. Also a Declaration against the Lies and Slanders of G. Horton. 4o [1655.]
Weekly Memorials for the Ingenious: or an Account of Books lately set forth in several Languages with other Accounts relative to Arts and Sciences. 4° Lond. 1683.
Historia Literaria: or an exact and early Account of the most valuable Books published in the several parts of Europe. 4 vol. 8° Lond. 1730-2.
BOOKSELLERS. A Letter to the Society of Booksellers, on the Method of forming a true Judgement of the Manuscripts of Authors; and on the leaving them in their hands, or those of others, for the determination of their Merit: also of the Know-ledge of new Books. 8° Lond. 1738.
The Case between the London and Scotch Booksellers.
The Case of the Booksellers trading beyond Sea. fol. BOON (ADRIANUS) Disp. Inaug. de Statu Hominum. 4o Lugd. Bat. 1703.
BOON (CORNELIUS) De civilitate Morum Oratiuncula. 4o Rot. 1696.
BOON (JAC.) Disp. Pneumatica de Existentia Dei ex lumine Naturæ. 4° Lugd. Bat.
BOON (PHIL.) Disp. Inaug. de Physiologia et Pathologia Respirationis. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1716.
BOON (SAM.) Exercit. Philologico-Theol. de Republica Hebræorum, Pars Secunda. 4° Traj. ad Rh. 1700.
BOOR (LAURENTIUS) Specimen Academicum de Officinis Ferrariis & Ferro in Svecia malleato. 8° Upsal. 1722. BOORDE (AND.) v. SCOGGIN.
The Breviarie of Health: wherein doth folow Remedies for all maner of sicknesses and diseases, the which may be in Man or Woman. Expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning Phisicke and Chirurgerie. 4° Lond. T. East. 1575.
4° Lond. T. Este. 1598.
Here foloweth a compedyous Regyment or a Dyetary of Helth made in Moutpyllor: compyled by Andrewe Boorde of Physicke Doctor. 12° Lond. R. Wyer.
Hereafter foloweth a compendyous Regyment or a Dyetary of Helth, made in Moutpyllier, compyled by Andrew Boorde of Physicke doctour, dedycated to the armypotent Prynce and valyaunt Lorde Thomas Duke of Northfolche. 12° Lond. R. Wyer.
BOOT (ANSELMUS BOETHIUS DE) v. BOETHIUS (Anselmus).
BOOTH (ABRAHAM) . JENKINS. STENNETT.
God all in all, being a Letter to the Baptist Church Meeting at Goodman's Fields, London, under the pastoral care of the rev. Abraham Booth: by S. W. 8° Lond. 1770.
The Christian Triumph: being the Substance of a Sermon occasioned by the death of Miss Ann Williams. 8° Lond. 1773.
The Reign of Grace from its rise to its consummation. 12° Lond. 1790.
The Death of Legal Hope, the Life of Evangelical Obedience; an Essay on Galat. II. 19. 12° Lond. 1794.
Glad tidings to perishing Sinners: or, the genuine Gospel a complete Warrant for the Ungodly to believe in Jesus. 12° Lond. 1796.
BOOTH (ABRAHAM) The Amen to Social Prayer illustrated in a Sermon at Mr. Buttons Meeting House Nov. 20, MDCCC. 8° Lond. 1801.
Divine Justice essential to the divine Character a Sermon preached Sept. 22, 1803. 8° Lond. 1804.
Pastoral Cautions: an Address to the late Mr. Thomas Hopkins when ordained Pastor of the Church of Christ July 13. 1785. 8° Lond. 1805.
BOOTH (BARTON) v. CIBBER. Victor.
Memoirs of the Life of Barton Booth, Esq. with his
Character. 8° Lond. 1733.
BOOTH (BENJAMIN) A Complete System of Book keeping, by an improved mode of Double Entry. 4° Lond. 1789.
BOOTH (DAVID) Introduction to an Analytical Dictionary of the English Language. 8° Edinb. 1806.
BOOTH (G.) v. DIODORUS Siculus. PRIOR.
BOOTH (HENRY) Baron Delamere, Earl of Warrington. v. WROE. The Works of the Rt. Hon. Henry late L. Delamer, and Earl of Warrington: containing his Lordships Advice to his Children, several Speeches in Parliament, &c. with many other occasional Discourses on the Affairs of the two last Reigns. 8° Lond. 1694.
The Tryal of Henry Baron Delamere for High Treason, 14 Jan. 1685. fol. Lond. 1686.
A Collection of Speeches of the R. Hon. the late Earl of Warrington. 4° Lond. 1694.
BOOTH (JOHN) Medullæ seu Radices insigniores Linguæ Græcæ, ordine Grammatico: or the principal Greek Primitives, grammatically arranged. Parts 1 and 2. 4° Huddersfield. BOOTH (MARY) Countess of Warrington. v. WRoe.
BOOTH (Mr.) v. CONNYERS.
BOOTII (Mrs.) The Little French Lawyer, a Farce; taken from Beaumont and Fletcher. 8° Lond. 1778.
BOOTH (ROB.) Encomivm Herovm, Carmine AXPOETIKO tentatvin. 4° Lond. 1620.
BOOTH (Sir George) v. CHESTER. PRYNNE. PARLIAMENT.
His Declaration at the general Rendesvouz near the City of Chester. 4° Lond. 1659.
Sir George Booths Leiter of the 2d. Aug. 1659 shewing the reasons of his present engagement together with an Answer to the said Letter. 4° Lond. 1659.
A Dialogue betwixt Sir George Booth and Sir John Presbyter at their meeting near Chester, upon the rendezvousing of the Army. 4° Lond. 1659.
A Plea for Sir George Booth & the Cheshire gentlemen, briefly stated in a Letter to Sir Arthur Hesillrigge. fol. Lond. 1659.
An Express from the Knights and Gentlemen now engaged with Sir George Booth to the City and Citizens of London, &c. fol. Lond. 1659.
BOOTH (Sir GEORGE) A Letter from Sir George Booth to a friend of his shewing the Reasons of his present engagement in defence of his Countries Liberties, &c. fol. Lond. 1659.
A true Narrative of the manner of the taking of Sir George Booth, at Newport Pannel. 4° Lond. 1659.
BOOTH (Capt. WILLIAM) His Petition, with his Majesties Answer thereunto. York, 30 June 1642. 4° Lond. 1642.
A Declaration of the H. of Commons in vindication of divers members from a false and scandalous Pamphlet intituled his "Petition." 4° Lond. 1642.
BOOTH (WILL.) The Trial_at large of William Booth and his Associates for Forgery, Coining, &c. 8° Wolverh, 1812. BOOTHBIE ( ) v. WALDGRAVE.
BOOTHBY. A History of the matrimonial Aduenture of a Banker's Clerk with the pretended Lady Anne Frances Caroline Boothby. 8° Lond. 1762.
BOOTHBY (Mrs. F.) Marcelia, or the treacherous Friend: a Tragi-comedy. 4° Lond. 1670.
BOOTHBY (RICHARD) Merchant. A true Declaration of the intollerable Wrongs done to Richard Boothby Merchant of India, by two lewd servants to the hon. East-India Company, Rychard Wylde, and George Page. 4° Lond. 1644.
A Briefe Discovery or Description of the most famous Island of Madagascar, or S. Lavrence, in Asia neare unto East India. 4° Lond. 1646.
BOOTHBY (Sir BROOKE) A Letter to the right hon. Edmund Burke. 8° Lond. 1791.
Sorrows sacred to the Memory of Penelope. 4° Lond.
BOOTHE (NATHANIEL) V. BACON.
The Rights of Windsor Forest asserted, in a Charge given at a Swanimote-Court, held in the Castle-Court belonging to the Honor and Castle of Windsor, before the Verderers of the Forest of Windsor, 27 Sept. 1717. 8° Lond. 1719. BOOTHOUSE (SAM.) A Brief Remonstrance of several National Injuries and Indignities perpetrated on the Persons and Estates of publick Ministers and Subjects of this Common-wealth, by the Dey of Tunis in Barbary. 4° Lond. 1653.
BOOTIUS (ARN.) M.D. Examen Præfationis Morini in Biblia Græca de Textus Ebraici corruptione, & Græci authoritate: cujus auctores Franciscus Taylor, & Arnoldus Bootius. 12° Lugd. Bat. 1636.
Animadversiones Sacræ ad Textum Hebraicum Veteris Testamenti. 4° Lond. 1644.
Observationes Medicæ de Affectibus omissis. 4° Lond.
8° Helmest. 1664.
cum præfatione Henrici Meibomii.
De Textvs Hebraici Veteris Testamenti Certitudine et Avthentia contra Lvdovici Capelli Criticam, Epistola, ad Iacob. Vsserivm Archiep. Armach. 4° Par. 1650.