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The Entertainment of his most Excelthrough the City of London to his Corolent Majestie Charles II. in his Passage nation. Lond. 1662, folio, pp. 192, with plates by Hollar, &c. A splendid volume, publi ed at the King's command. It has proved of infinite service in succeeding coronations. Bindley, pt. ii. 1717, 21. 10s. Dent, pt. ii. 927, 31. 5s. Hibbert, 5881, 27. 14s. Willett, 1793, 97. 19s. 6d. Skegg, 57. 58.
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America; being the latest and most accurate Description of the New World. Lond. 1671, folio, 21. 2s. pp. 675, beside frontispiece, title, catalogue of the authors, and contents, 5 leaves, with maps and sculptures. Page 675 contains directions for placing the whole-sheet prints. LARGE
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Explanation of the large Map of London, by J. Ogilby and W. Morgan. Lond. 1677, 4to.
Ogilby likewise published splendid taken from the Classics. translations of ESOP, HOMER, and VIRGIL, also a fine edition of the BIBLE; which
A curious and authentic narrative, re
printed in the eleventh vol. of the Somers Collection of Tracts; also in the Banna
tyne Club volume, Regalia of Scotland
OGILVIE, John. A true Relation of the Proceedings against John Ogilvie, a Jesuit, executed at Glasgow, the last of Februarie, Anno 1615. Edinb. 1615, 4to.
OGILVIE, Sir George, Bart. A true Account of the Preservation of
the Regalia of Scotland, viz. Crown, Sword, and Sceptre, from falling
bris in Obitum maximi Virorum OGSTON, William. Oratio fune
into the Hands of the English Usur-Georgii (Keith) Marischalli Comitis, Academiæ Marischallanæ, Aberdoniæ, Fundatoris et Mecenatis munificentissimi. Aberdoniæ, 1623, 4to. 10 leaves.
pers, by Sir George Ogilvie of Barras, Knight and Baronet; with the Blazon of that Family. Edinb. 1701, 4to.
Dr. Johnson observed of these poems, 'he could find no thinking in them.' A former edition, 1762, 4to. 5s. Sermons (6) on several Subjects. Edinb.
Philosophical and critical Observations on the Nature, Characters, and various Species of Composition. Lond. 1774, 8vo.
2 vols. 5s.
Rona, a Poem, in seven Books, illustrated with a correct Map of the Hebrides and elegant Engravings. Lond. 1777, 4to. 58.
An Inquiry into the Causes of the Infidelity and Scepticism of the Times; with occasional Observations on the Writings of Herbert, Shaftesbury, Bolingbroke, Hume, Gibbon, Toulmin, &c. Lond. 1783,
A copy is in the British Museum. Gor- Appendixes; containing, 1. Animadverdonstoun, 1921, 17. 11s. 6d. sions on an Introduction to the History of Great Britain and Ireland, by J. Macseve-pherson, Esq. 2. Observations on the
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The Theology of Plato compared with the Principles of the Oriental and Greciau Philosophers. Lond. 1793, 8vo. Gosset, 3798, 3s.
Britannia; a national epic Poem, in twenty Books; to which is prefixed, a critical Dissertation on epic Machinery. Aberdeen, 1801, 4to.
Lond. 1737, 4to. vol. 1, (all published), 100 plates.
OGLE, George. Antiquities explained; or, a Collection of figured Gems. Illustrated by Descriptions
Bright, 6s. 6d. Combe, 1437, 7s. Heber, pt. ix. 15s.
O'HALLORAN, Sylvester. An Introduction to, and a History of Ireland. Dublin, 1803, 8vo. 3 vols.
which are here printed together.
An Introduction to the Study of the
which the Assertions of Hume and other II
Writers are occasionally considered. lustrated with copperplates. Also two
A general History of Ireland, from the earliest Accounts to the close of the twelfth Century, collected from the most authentic Records. In which new and interesting Lights are thrown on the remote Histories of other Nations, as well as both Britains. Lond. 1778, 4to. 2 vols. 18s.
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In the Missionary Magazine this author published a renunciation of the opinions expressed in this work.
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OLDCASTLE, Hugh. Work on Bookkeeping. Lond. 1543.
Mentioned by John Mellis in 'A briefe Instruction.' 1588.
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Heber, pt. ii. 18s. Horner, 1854, mor,
OLDFIELD, Mrs. Anne. Authen
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Life and Times of Sir John Oldcastle. Lond. 18-, 8vo. 2 vols. 17. 18.
Thomas Hinton Burley. The
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SHAKESPEARE, W. WEEVER, John.
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OLDISWORTH, G. The Royalist. Lond. 1660, 4to. dicated to King Charles II.
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tions in Prose and Verse of Mr. John Oldham. To which are added Memoirs of his Life, and explanatory Notes by Edward Thompson. Lond. 1770, 12mo. 3 vols.
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A Defence of our ancient and modern Historians against the frivolous Cavils of a late Pretender to critical History, by Zachary Grey, LL.D. Lond. 1725, 8vo. Reed, 4099, 12s. With an Appendix. Lond. 1730, 8vo.
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OLDMAYNE, Timothy. Life's Brevitie and Deathes Debility, a funeral Sermon on Edward Lewkenor, Esquire, in whose Death is ended the Name of that renowned Family in Suffolke. 1636, 4to. Inglis, 1122, 78.
OLDMIXON, John. History of England. Lond. 1730, 5, 9, folio,
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Reply to Bishop Atterbury's Vindication of Smallridge, Aldrich and himself. Lond, 1732, folio.
Critical History of England, ecclesiastical and civil. Lond. 1726, 8vo. 2 vols. Hollis, 585, 2s. Gough, 1736, 2s. 6d. 1728, 2 vols. Marquis of Townshend, 913, 4s.
British Empire in America, containing
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Poems in Imitation of Anacreon. Lond.
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OLDYS, William. The British Librarian: exhibiting a compendious Review or Abstract of our most scarce, useful and valuable Books in all Sciences as well in Manuscript as in Print: with many Characters, historical and critical, of the Authors, their Antagonists, &c. Lond. 1738, 8vo.
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OLDNALL, W. R. Practice of the Court of Great Sessions on the Carmarthen Circuit, much of which is common to all the Courts of Great Sessions in Wales. Lond. 1814, 8vo. 17. 10s.
Formerly an esteemed work, but now portrait of O'Leary.
O'LEARY, Rev. Arthur. Miscellaneous Tracts. Dublin, 1781, 8vo. Roxburghe, 6984, 2s. Marquis of Townshend, 2274. 8s. 6d. O'Leary published
OLEARIUS, Adam. The Voyages and Travels of the Ambassadors from the Duke of Holstein to the great Duke of Muscovy and King of Persia; began in the year 1639 and finished in 1646. Translated by John Davies. Lond. 1662, folio. Travels of Joh. Albert de Mandelslo from Persia into the East Indies, and from thence through England into Germany; began in the year 1633, and finished 1650. Willett, 1795, 13s. Marquis of Townshend, 2464, 13s. Nassau, pt. ii. 4171, 17. 3s. Drury, 3238, 17. 4s.-1669, folio. Gordonstoun, 1707, 7s.
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OLERON.-The Laws of Oleron or Auleron.
These laws, instituted by King Richard I. on his return from the Holy Land, anno 1194, were received by the nations of Europe, as the basis of their marine constitution. They will be found in The Rutter of the Sea, printed by W. Copland, The
Sea Laws, in Malyne's Lex mercatoria, in Godolphin's Jurisdiction of the Admiralty, &c.
OLEVIAN, Gasper. An Exposition of the Symbols of the Apostles, or rather of the Articles of Faith, gathered out of the catechising Sermons of Gasper Oleuian Treuir, and translated by John Fielde. Lond. 1581, 8vo.