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GADBURY, John. The Doctrine of Nativities, with the Doctrine of horary Questions. Lond. 1658. folio. 12s.

stable, 576, 17. 1s.

With portrait, ætat. 31, by Cross. ConNatura Prodigiorum, or the Nature of Prodigies. Lond. 1660, 12mo. port. by Cross.

Collection of Nativities in CL. Genitures. Lond. 1662. fol. With an oval portrait (by T. Cross). Constable, 577, 11. 1s.

Most of the works of this notorious astrological impostor will be found in the British Museum.

mental and useful illustrations, than for the very curious details of private history and biography, and of ancient customs and characters which it exhibits.'

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GAGE, J., F.A.S. History and Antiquities of Thingoe Hundred, Co. Suffolk. Lond. 1838. royal 4to.plates, 4l. 14s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, 71. 78.

Collation.-Title, Dedication to the Marquis of Bristol, Advertisement, Parishes and Places described, and List of Plates; on 4 leaves, Introduction ix. to xxvii. The Work, with Indexes. B to 3 Z, 4 A one leaf. See ROKEWODE, J. Gage.

M. On Cryptography or secret
Writing. Norwich, 1809. 8vo.
A new Survey of
Lond. 1648.

Thomas.

GADDESDEN, John, of. Rosa Anglica practica Medicina a capita the West Indies. et pedes JOANNES ANGLICA. Papiæ,

folio. 10s.

1492. folio. Ven. 1506 and 1516. folio. Naples, 1508. folio. Again, Augsbourg, 1595. 2 vols. 4to.

GAFFARELL, James. Unheard-of Curiosities concerning the Talismanic Sculpture of the Persians, the Horoscope of the Patriarchs, and the Reading of the Stars. Translated by Edm. Chilmead. Lond. 1650. 8vo. 5s., folding plates.

This curious work, styled by Dr. Adam Clarke a feast for an occult philosopher,' was condemned by the Sorbonne. It treats chiefly of the different sorts of talismans, some of which the author admits may possess virtue, though the greater part are infamous delusions. The author, a learned Rabbinical writer, was librarian

to the Cardinal Richelieu.

GAGE, Sir Henry. Alter Britanniæ Heros: or, the Life of the most honourable Knight, Sir Henry Gage, late Governour of Oxford, epitomiz'd. Oxford, 1645. 4to.

Sixteen leaves. Written by Edward Walsingham, a Roman Catholic, and under-secretary to George Lord Digby, secretary of State to King Charles I. Lloyd, 233, 5s. Nassau, pt. i. 1689, with a portrait inserted, 13s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2532, 27. 78.

John, F.A.S. The History and Antiquities of Hengrave, Co. Suffolk. Lond. 1822. royal 4to.

Though Gage pretends to have collected his materials on the spot, the account of that place (Mexico) is copied verbatim from Nicholas' Conquest of Weast-India.' -Dr. Southey. In the work will be found many curious accounts of the power of the devil in sorceries and witchcrafts. SEand beautified with Maps. Lond. 1655. COND EDITION, enlarged by the Author, folio. Bindley, pt. i. 1877, 17. 18.-THIRD EDITION, enlarged by the Author, with a new and accurate Map. Lond. 1677. 8vo. 5s. The 22nd chapter, relating to his journey to Rome, was left out in this edition, owing, as is said, to its reflecting on the character of Abp. Laud, Bindley, pt. ii. 901, 9s. Willett, 950, 10s. 6d.

GAGER, William, LL.D. Ulisses Redux, Tragoedia nova. In Edo Christí Oxoniæ publice Academicis recitata, octavo Idus Februarii,

1591. Oxon. 1592. 8vo.

Dedication to Lord Buckhurst, after which are several commendatory verses. F 6, in eights,

Meleager, Tragoedia. Oxon. 1592. 8vo. Rivales Comedia.

in the Latin tongue, and the best come Gager 'was an excellent poet, especially dian (that is, dramatic poet) of his time.'

-Ant. à Wood.

See RAINOLDS or REYNOLDS, John. HEALE, William.

toire de la
GAILLARD, Gabriel Henry. His-
Rivalité de la France et
de l'Angleterre. Paris, 1771-7.
12mo. 11 vols.

Some copies bear the date of 1798. An

Thirty plates, portraits, views, &c. published at 37. 13s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, in imperial 4to. with proof plates, 71. 78. Nas-other edition. Paris, 1818. 8vo. 6 vols. sau, pt. ii. 1409, 57. 15s. 6d. Bright, 27. 11s.

'A work valuable no less for the orna

17. 16s. VELLUM PAPER, 31. 3s.

GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas, R.A.

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GAINSFORD, Thomas. The trve and wonderfvll History of Perkin Warbeck, proclaiming himselfe Richard the fourth. Lond. E. G. for Nath. Butter. 1618. 4to.

A-Q 3, in fours. Dedicated To Thomas, Earle of Arundel' by Thomas Gainsforde. Bindley, pt. ii. 1436, 17. 17s. Reprinted in the third volume of the Harleian Miscellany.

The Vision and discourse of Henry the VIIth. a Poem. Lond, G. Eld. 1610. 4to.

35 leaves.

The Secretaries Studie, containing new familiar Epistles; a Poem, entituled 'A Dampe or Passion,' &c. Lond. 1616. 4to. Gordonstoun, 1029, 5s. 6d.

The Historie of Trebizonde, in four Books. Lond. 1616. 4to. A set of Tales. Lloyd, 522, 17. Inglis, 17. 4s. Steevens, 1194, 17. 14s. Bright, 16s.

The Glory of England, or a True Description of many excellent Prerogatives and remarkable Blessings whereby shee triumpheth over all Nations in the World. Lond. Edwd. Griffin. 1619. 4to. A copy of this entertaining work is in the British

Museum.

A true, exemplary, and remarkable History of the Earle of Tirone. By an EyeWitnesse. Lond. G. P. for Ralph Rownthwaite. 1619, 4to. Reed, 4004, 78. 6d. Bindley, pt. ii. 1437, 27. 12s. 6d.

GAISFORD, T., D.D. See leian Library.

This learned divine has published most valuable editions of Herodotus, Poetæ minores Græci, Hephaestion, Etymologicon Magnum, Suidas, Stobæus, &c.

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GALARDI, Sieur de. La Tyrannie heureuse, ou Cromwel politique. Leyde, 1671, 12mo.

With frontispiece containing a portrait of O. Cromwell on horseback. Dent, pt. i. 871, morocco, 9s. Bindley, pt. ii. 256, 17. 13s. Nassau, pt. i. 1238, 6s.

Sejour de Londres, ou Solitude du Cour. Cologne, 1671, 12mo. 6s. From the Elzevir press.

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Samuel. The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Winchester. Begun by Henry late Earl of Clarendon, and continued to this Time by Samuel Gale, Gent. Lond. 1715 or 1723.

8vo.

Nassau, pt. i. 1240, russia, 14s. Fonthill, 3239, 27. 1s. Sir P. Thompson, 247, 17. 4s. Bp. of Ely, 393, 17. 9s. Bindley, Dent, pt. i. 872, 12s. 6d. Bod-pt. ii. 893, 17. Towneley, pt ii. 248, 17. 6s. LARGE PAPER. Collation.Title; dedication, 6 pages; preface, 7 pages; the history, &c. pp. 135; donationes, &c. 4 pages; charters and records, 24 pages; the antiquities, 91 pages; index, 2 pages; some account of the bishops, &c. addenda, errata and corrigenda, pp. 91-144; index, 4 pages. Plates.-i. View of Winchester cathedral, p. 1. ii. An ancient square font. p. 23. iii to vi. The Bas reliefs, p. 24. vii. The viii. The entrance to the choir, p. 25. chests of the West Saxon Kings, &c. p. ix. South view of the chantry of Bishop Fox, p. 29. x to xvii. Monuments of W. Wainfleet, Bishop of Winton, p. 30; of Richard, son of William the Conqueror,

27.

p. 30; of Richard Weston, Earl of Port-
land, p. 35; of Wm. of Wyckham, p. 39;
of Baptist Levinz, Bishop of Sodor and
Man, p. 42; of Sir John Clobery, p. 45;
of the Rev. John Nicholas, p. 59; of the
Rev. William Harris, p. 84. xviii. Seals
of Winchester Cathedral and of S. Gar-
diner, Bishop of Winchester, p. 136.

Reprinted in the Rev. S. H. Cassan's
Lives of the Bishops of Winchester.

GALE, Theophilus. The Court of

the Gentiles, or a Discourse on the

Origin and Use of human Learning.

Lond. 1669-78. 4to. Five Parts.

27. 12s. 6d.

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This eminent surgeon served in the

army of Henry VIII. at Montreul in 1544;

and in that of King Philip at St. Quintin,

in 1557.-Another edition, 1586. 4to.

Tho. et J. FELL. Rerum An-

glicarum Scriptores veteres. Oxon.
1684, 7, 91, folio. 3 vols. 107. 10s.

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Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores quinque
ex vetustis Codicibus mss. nunc primum;

GALEN-continued.

quando. Latine. Lond. ap. Pynson, 1522. 4to. A copy is in the British Museum.

De Naturalibus Facultatibus Libri tres, Tho. Linacro Anglo Interprete. Lond. in Edibus Rich. Pynson, 1523. 4to. 95 fol. also a leaf containing Erratorum Index.' At folio 91 is annexed a little Treatise Paulo Aegineta de Crisi, et criticis, siue decretorijs Diebus, eorumqu; Signis, Tho. Linacro Anglo Interprete. Quemadmodum presciri possit, quo Pacto soluendus morbus sit.' A copy is in the British

Museum.

De Symptomatum Differentiis et Causis, T. Linacro Interprete. Lond. ap. Pynson, 1524. A copy is in the British Museum.

Galens Bookes of Elementes, published foorth of Latine into English by John Jones, Physition. Lond. by William Jones, 1574. 4to. 12s. Dedicated to 'George Earle of Shrewsbury, &c.' C 2, in fours.

Methodus Medendi, with a brief Declaration of the worthie Art of Medicine, the Office of a Chirurgeon, and an Epitome of the third Book of Galen, of naturall Faculties: all translated into English by T. Gale. Lond. 1586. 4to. 10s. 6d.

Method of Physick, translated by Peter English. Edinb. 1656. 241no. 5s. GALESUS, &c. See BOCCACIO, Giovanni.

GALFREDUS, Petrus Baiocen. Galli. De vita ac moribus atque panis miraculo Sancti Nicholai de Tollentino, Comedia. No place or printer, but (Lond. R. Pynson.)

12mo. 16 leaves.

A copy, supposed unique, is in the
Lambeth Library.
GALFREDUS, Monumetensis. See
JEFFERY of Monmouth.

GALIFFE, James A. Italy and its Inhabitants. An Account of a Tour in that Country in 1816 and 1817. Lond. 1820. 8vo. 2 vols. 6s. Published at 17. 6s.

GALILEI, Galileo. The Systeme of the World, in four Dialogues. Inglished from the original Italian copy by Thomas Salusbury. Lond. 1661. folio.

GALL, F. J., M.D. See SPURZ-
HEIM, J. G., M.D.
GALLAND, Ant.
Nights.

See Arabian

GALLANT.-A Treatise of a Galaunt. Lond. by Wynkyn 4to. n. d. Worde.

de

Jolley, 1844 (unique), 127. 5s. A fragment of this poem is reprinted in the Cens. Liter. v. 37-40, from an imperfect copy, supposed unique.

Meeting of Gallants at an ordinaire or walkes in Poules, 1604. 4to. Black letter. Reed, 61. 2s. 6d

Essay on Modern Gallantry. Lond. 1728. 4to.

Gallantry a la Mode, a satirical Poem. 1674. Reed, 6865, 17. 5s. Bindley, pt. ii. 896, 17. 13s.

Lond.

Modern Gallantry displayed; or the Courtezan delineated, in the authentic Memoirs of several celebrated Ladies, &c. Lond. 1767. 12mo. 3s.

Fatal Gallantry, or the secret history of Henrietta, Princess of England, daughter of Charles I. and wife of Philip, duke of Orleans. Lond. 1722. 8vo. 5s.

Mathematical Discourses of Mechanics, translated by Tho. Weston. Lond. 1730. 4to.

The young Gallants Academy. 1674. 12mo. 12s.

Annals of Gallantry; Trials for Divorce and Crim. Con. during the reign of George III. Lond. 1815 8vo.3 vols. plates, 17. 108, See BREWER, George.

GALLERIES.

HOUGHTON GALLERY: a Collection of

Prints from the best Pictures in the Possession of the Earl of Orford, [now at St. Petersburgh]. Lond. 1788, imperial folio. vols. 133 plates. Published by Boydell.

2

Sotheby's in 1821, russia, 217. 10s. 6d. in
April, 1823, 107. 10s. Fonthill, 3229, 291, 88.
Strawberry Hill, 1842, 477. 5s. PROOFS.

DERBY GALLERY: a Collection of Prints, 20 in number, engraved by Winstanley and others after paintings by the best Masters at Knowsley, in the Collection of the Earl of Derby. Lond. 1729. imp. folio. 31. 3s.

GALLERY OF FASHION, with__coloured Plates. Lond. 1794, &c. 4to. Towneley, pt. ii. 927,6 vols. 61. 10s. Dowdeswell, 282, 9 vols. 1794-1802, morocco, 61.

The HISTORIC GALLERY OF PORTRAITS

AND PAINTINGS; and Biographical Review: containing

brief Account of the Lives of

the most celebrated Men in every Age and Country; and graphic Imitations of the finest Specimens of the Arts, ancient

Dedicated to Sir John Denham. This and modern, with Remarks critical and forms a portion of Salusbury's mathe-explanatory. Lond. 1807-11. 8vo. 7 matical Collections. vols. plates in outline, 31. 3s. Published at 11. 4s. each volume. LARGE PAPER, in 4to. 27. 5s. each.-51.5s,

GALLERIES-continued.

BRITISH GALLERY OF ENGRAVINGS, from Pictures of the Italian, French, Flemish, Dutch and English Schools, with some Account of each Picture, &c. by EDw. FORSTER. Lond. 1807-13, super-royal folio. 48 plates, Twelve nos. Published at 21. 2s. each. LARGE PAPER, atlas folio, at 31. 13s. 6d. each. A 13th number containing four additional plates, viz. The Trumpeter, after Terburg; Death of Cleopatra, after Domenichino; Innocent X., after Velasquez; and the Boy and Tablet, after Leonardo da Vinci; was published in 1820, and is generally added, making the whole number of plates 52. Fonthill, 3261, 31. 10s. North, pt. ii. 346, with proofs and etchings on India paper, 407. 9s. Baker, 1855, 157.

Choix de Gravures à l'Eau-forte d'après les Peintures originales, et les Marbres de la Galerie de LUCIEN BONAPARTE. Lond. Miller, 1812, imp. 4to. 142 plates, 31. 3s. Hibbert, 67. 10s.

The KINNAIRD COLLECTION. Imp. fol. 4 Nos. Lond. 1809-12. Published by Orme. Duke of York, 2217, 21. 2s. INDIA PROOFS.

size. Published at 157, 15s. New edition

in 3 vols. imp 8vo. Lond. Orr, 1853, 37. 38.

WEST'S (BENJAMIN) Gallery of Pictures. Lond. 1811, 2 parts, fol. 16 plates, engraved by H. Moses.

GALLERY OF ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PORTRAITS, with biographies; published by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Lond. 1833-37, imp. 8vo. 7 vols. published in 56 parts, 168 portraits, 71. 78. PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER, forming 2 vols. folio, only the portraits, the letterpress not having been printed this

VERNON (THE) GALLERY of British Art,
edited by S. C. Hall. Lond. 1850. 4to. 4
Vols. published 21. 2s. each vol. Vol. 5
LARGE PAPER
(Statues), published 31. 3s.
UNLETTERED PROOFS ON INDIA
PROOFS.
PAPER were sold without the descriptions.
Colombier folio.

COESVELT'S Gallery of Pictures,90 plates, engraved in outline by F. Joubert. Lond. privately printed, 1836, 4to. 57. 5s, With an Introduction by Mrs. Jameson added. Lond. Bohn, 1836. 4to. Reduced to 31. 3s. INDIA PROOFS, 57. 5s.

TURNER GALLERY.

Outlines in Litho

graphy, by the Misses Turner, from a
small collection of Pictures [formed by
Dawson Turner]. Yarmouth, 1840, small
PRIVATELY PRINTED.
folio, 50 plates.
Evans, 1842. 251. now about 51. 5s.

NATIONAL GALLERY of Pictures, by the Great Masters, presented by Individuals, or purchased by grant of Parliament. Lond. Jones and Co. n.d. 4to. 2 vols. PubINDIA PROOFS. lished in 29 parts, 21. 5s. the Pictures there, published by authoNATIONAL GALLERY. Engravings from

BRITISH GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITS; being a Series of 150 engravings of the most eminent Persons now living, or lately deceased in Great Bri-rity. Lond. 1840, royal folio, 29 plates. tain and Ireland, with biographical No- Published in 7 parts. 21. 2s. each, reduced tices, (by John Taylor.) Lond. Cadell. (by Nattali) to 51. 5s. Proof impressions on 1809-16, 2 vols. atlas 4to. Published in 25 French paper, 47.4s each. PROOFS ON INDIA UNnumbers, at 11. 5s. each. LARGE PAPER, PAPER, 51. 5s. each, all reduced. with PROOF IMPRESSIONS, at 11. 16s. each. LETTERED PROOFS, only a few taken. Lond. 1822, afterwards greatly reduced, 2 vols. atlas 4to. 41. 4s. PRoofs, 81. 8s. GALLERY of the SOCIETY of PAINTERS in WATER COLOURS. Lond. 1833, folio, published in 6 parts, 18 engravings. INDIA PROOFS, published at 9. 9s.

CABINET GALLERY of PICTURES, by the First Masters of the English and Foreign Schools, in the possession of English nobility and gentry; with biographical and critical dissertations by Allan Cunningham. Lond. 1836, royal 8vo. 2 vols. 73 engravings, 2l. 12s. 6d. INDIA PROOFS, 4to. 57. 5s. FISHER'S NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY of illustrious and eminent personages of the nineteenth century, with memoirs by Jerdan and Stebbing. Lond. Fisher, 1829 -34, imp. 8vo. 5 vols. published in 40 parts, 81. LARGE PAPER. imp. 8vo. pub. 127. 10s. LARGE PAPER. India proofs, published, 107.

FINDEN'S Gallery of British Art. Lond. (Hogarth)1838-1853,published in 16 parts (forming one or two volumes), folio, atil.5s. each. PROOFS with letters on INDIA PAPER, published 21. 2s.; afterwards, 27. 12s. 6d. PROOFS, before letters, on INDIA PAPER, 32. 3s.; afterwards, 51.5S. ARTIST'S PROOFS and ETCHINGS, 6 sets taken off, only three perfect sets made up.

ROYAL VICTORIA GALLERY, a series of 33 engravings from Pictures in her Majesty's Collection at Buckingham Palace. Published under the superintendence of John Linuell, Esq. Lond. Bohn, 1850. royal 4to. 17. 11s. 6d. INDIA PROOFS, 51. 5s.

DULWICH GALLERY. A series of 50 co

loured plates, from the most celebrated
Pictures in that Collection, executed by
Mounted on
R. Cockburn (Custodian).
card-board. Imp. folio. Published at 40%.
reduce-1 (by Bolin) to 167. 16s.

These plates having all been published separately, and few sets being complete, we annex a list :

1. Cascatella and Villa of Mecenas at
Tivoli
Wilson
2. Landscape
Claude

3. Landscape, with Cows-Cuyp
4. Hunting Party Wouvermans

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