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Orphevs his Journey to Hell, and his Musick to the Ghosts, by R. B. Lond. R. Johnes, 1595, 4to. Caldecott, 57. 2s. 6d. A copy of this poetical tract is in the British Museum. It has no title-page, but commences on sig. B 1, and concludes on the reverse of sig. D 4.
Orpheus Junior's Golden Fleece. See VAUGHAN, (W.)
ORR, John, D.D. Sermons. Lond. 1739, 8vo. 2 vols.
Sermons [posthumous]. 1773, 8vo. 3 vols.
ORRERY, Charles Boyle, Earl of.
The Art of War. Lond. 1677, folio, with
an equestrian portrait of Charles II. 'Commended by many expert captains for the best piece extant in English.'— Ant. à Wood. Bliss, 1s. 6d.
English Adventures, by a Person of Honour. 8vo.-Lond. in the Savoy, 1676, 8vo. Otway's Orphan is founded on the Reprinted 1699, 8vo.-1745, 8vo. 5s. See novel of Brandon, in p. 17 et seq. of this BENTLEY, R. PHALARIS. volume.
Observations upon Lord Orrery's Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr.
Jonathan Swift. (By Dr. P. Delaney.)
Lond. 1754, 8vo.-Lond. 1772, with two original pieces by Dean Swift, never before published.
Dean Swift for ever: or, Mary the Cookmaid to the Earl of Orrery. Lond. 1752, folio.
First Ode of the first Book of Horace imitated (with the Latin text). Lond. 1741, folio.
Letters from Italy, in the Years 1754 and 1755, by the late Right Hon. John, Earl of Cork and Orrery, published from the Originals, with explanatory Notes, by John Duncombe, M,A. Lond. 1773, small Svo. 3s. 6d. 1774. Drury, 1019, 3s.
Earl of. An Answer to a
scandalous Letter lately printed and subscribed by Peter Walsh. Dublin, by J. C. 1662, 4to.
For Reply, &c. see WALSH, Peter.
Roger Boyle, Earl of. Dramatic Works. Lond. 1739, 8vo. 2 vols.
With portrait of the Earl. Garrick, 1716, a presentation copy, 17. 11s. 6d. Rox
burghe, 3919, 19s. Reed, 8305, 7s. Heath, 1961, 5s. This collection does not contain the author's Mr. Anthony, a Comedy. Lond. 1690, 4to. but has his grandson's comedy of As you find it.
Parthenissa, a Romance, in four Parts. Lond. 1677, folio. Dedicated to my Lady Northumberland. Bindley, pt. ii. 1927,
Parthenissa. The third Part, dedicated to the Ladie Sutherland. Lond. Herringman, 1655, sm. 4to. This volume contains Pt. 2 in 8 Books.
A Collection of State Letters of the
Earl of Orrery, with his Life by Thomas Morrice. Lond. 1742, folio. Heber, pt. vii. 3s. 6d. LARGE PAPER. In the Grenville Collection. 'Well worthy the notice of the reader.'-Granger. - Dublin, 1743, 8vo. 2 vols. Garrick, Addenda, 12, a presentation copy, 21.
Poems, on most of the Festivals of the Church. (Probably printed in Ireland), 1681, folio, unseen by Horace Walpole. Bliss, 19s.
ORTELIUS, Abr. The Theatre of the whole World (translated). Lond. 1606, folio.
Dedicated to K. James I. The maps are in Latin (from the Antwerp edition of 1595), but the descriptions are in English. Other editions, with abridged text, oblong 12mo.
ORTHIUS, W. Oration touching the Lyfe and Death of A. Hyperius, by J. Ludham. Lond. T. East, 1577, 4to. See HYPERIUS.
ORTHODOX Churchman's Magazine and Review; or, a Treasure of divine and useful Knowledge. Lond. 1801-8, 8vo. 15 vols.
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ORTHODOX COMMUNICANT, engraved on Copperplates by Sturt. Lond. 1721, small 8vo.
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ORTHOGRAPHY.-English Orthographie. Oxford, H. Hall, 1668,
By Owen Price. FIRST EDITION. A-K 2, in fours, A 1 blank. Bliss, pt. ii, 13s. Oxford, L. Lichfield, 1670, 16mo. Bliss, 4s.
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OSAIBA, Ibn, Abi. See ABDOLLATIPH.
ORTIS, Ja. Ultime Lettere di Jacopo Ortis : nuova Edizione. Lond. 1817, 12mo. 2 vols. By Ugo Foscolo. The best edition, lished under the inspection of the author, with 2 portraits. The edition of 1811 is mutilated.
Letters of Ortis to Lorenzo; taken from the original MSS. published at Milan in 1802. Translated from the Italian, 1814, 8s. 6d,
ORTIZ, Don Antonio. Relation of the Solemnitie wherewith Philip III. and Queen Margaret were received in the Inglish Colledge at Madrid, 1600. Translated by Francis Ryvers. Printed at N. with licence, 1601, 8vo.
Heber, pt. iv. 15s. ORTON, Rev. Job. A short and plain Exposition of the Old Testament; with devotional and practical Reflections. Shrewsbury, 1788-91, 8vo. 6 vols.
This work, written by an English dissenting minister, inclined to Arianism,was designed for a companion to Doddridge's Exposition of the New Testament; but falls far short of its predecessor. Garrick, 1718, 17. 10s.-1822, 8vo. 6 vols. 2. 12s. 6d. Letters from the Rev. Mr. Job Orton, and the Rev. Sir James Stonhouse, Bart. M.D. to the Rev. Thomas Stedman, M.A. Vicar of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury. 1800, small 8vo. 2 vols. 8s.
ORTUS Vocabulorum: alphabetico Ordine fere omnia quæ in Catholicon, breviloquo, Cornucopia, Gemma Vocabulorum, atque Medulla Grammatice, ponuntur cum perpulchris Additoribus Ascens. et vernacule Lingue Anglicane Expositionem continens. Westmynstre per Wynandum de Worde, 1500, folio.
This eminent dissenting Divine published several volumes of sermons, &c., likewise a life of Dr. Doddridge, which has been frequently reprinted.
OSBALDISTON, Wm. Aug. The British Sportsman: or, Dictionary of Recreation and Amusement. Lond. (1792), 4to. plates.
OSBECK, Peter. A Voyage to China and the East Indies, by Peter Osbeck; together with a Voyage to Suratte, by Olof Toreen; and an Account of the Chinese Husbandry, by Captain Charles Gustavus Eckeberg. Translated from the German, by John Reinhold Forster; to which are added, a Faunula and Flora Sinensis. Lond. 1771, 8vo. 2 vols.
Drury, 2927, 11s. Roxburghe, 7312, 13s. Willett, 1858, 14s. Fonthill, 2928, 17. 11s.
OSBORNE, Francis. The Works. Lond. 1673, 8vo. 3s.
now in little estimation. The author, Dr. These works, frequently reprinted, are Johnson styled 'A conceited fellow. Were a man to write so now, the boys would throw stones at him.'
Historical Memoires on the reign of Elizabeth and James. Lond. 1658, 12mo. With portraits of Elizabeth and James. White Knights, 1292, 7s. Nassau, pt. i. 1573, 7s. It was reprinted in the 'Secret History of the Court of King James I.' Edinb. 1811.
De Gloria et de Nobilitate Libri. Lond.
OSIANDER, Andrew. whither a Christien Man ought to 1589, 16mo. See Retrosp. Review, i. 322– flye the horrible Plage of the Pestilence. A Sermon. Translated out of hye Almayn into Englisshe by Myles Couerdale. Southwarke, by me James Nicolson for Jan. Gough, 1537, 16mo.
Annexed is 'A comforte concernynge ym yt be dead. Howe wyfe, chyldren and other frendes shal be conforted ye husbonde beynge dead.'-Lond. by Leonarde Askell, 16mo. C, in eights. Another edit. printed by Nicolson, without date, 16mo.
OSSIAN.-The Poems of Ossian, in the original Gaelic, with a literaĺ Translation into Latin by Robert Macfarlan; together with a Dissertation on the Authenticity of the Poems by Sir John Sinclair, Bart., and a Translation from Cesarotti's Dissertation on the Controversy respecting the Authenticity of Ossian, with Notes and supplemental
The Coniectures of the End of the Worlde, by Andrew Osiander, translated by George Joye, with many Things by
him added. 1548, 16mo. Horner, 17. 2s.
A very excellent and sweete exposition upon the xxiii Psalm of David, translated
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Sermon upon the xci Psalme. Lond. 1537, 16mo.
OSORIO, Jerome, Bishop of SylThe History of the Portuguese, during the Reign of Emmanuel, their Discoveries in Africk and the Brazils, with their Wars with the Moors, translated from the Latin by James Gibbs. Lond. 1752, 8vo. 2 vols.
Fonthill, 1658, 8s. Osorius is called by come the Cicero of Portugal.
Epistolæ ad Elizabetham Angliæ Reginam de Religione. Paris, 1563, 16mo. Roxburghe, 11s.-Lovanii, 1563, 16mo.
Epistle to the Princesse Elizabeth, Quene of England, &c. Translated into Englishe by Richard Shacklock. Antwerp, 1565, 16mo. Towneley, pt. i. 564, 12s. 6d. Heber, pt. v. 3s.
In Gualterum Haddonum libellorum supplicum apud Helisabetham Angliæ Reginam, de Religione lib. tres. Dilinge, ex off. Sebaldi Mayer. 1567.
A Treatise wherein he confuteth a certayne Auns were made by M.Walter Haddon against the Epistle vnto the Queenes Maiestie. Translated by Iohn Fen. Lovanii, 1568, 16mo. 10s.
The Library of Osorius was taken by Lord Essex at the siege or plunder of Cadiz, in 1596, and by him given to the Bodleian Library, then only recently founded. See BIRCH'S Memoirs of Q. Elizabeth, vol. 1, p. 58. HADDON, Walter.
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Published under the sanction of the Highland Society of London. LARGE PAPER, in imperial 8vo. Duke of York, 3871, morocco, 2l. 19s.
Fragments of ancient Poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Gaelic or Erse Language. Edinb. 1760, 8vo. pp. 70. The first Ossianic publication of James Macpherson, the discoverer' of this poet,
Fingal, an ancient epic Poem, in six Books; with several other Poems, (including the Songs of Selma), translated from the Gaelic Language by James Macpherson. Lond. 1762, and again, 1776, 4to.
Temora, an ancient epic Poem, in eight Books; with several other Poems, translated from the Gaelic Language by James Macpherson. Lond. 1763, 4to.
These two volumes are commonly found together in 1 vol. Willett, 1780, 7s. LARGE PAPER, 10s. 6d.
The Poems of Ossian, translated by James Macpherson. Third edition: to which is subjoined a critical Dissertation on the Poems of Ossian, by Dr. Hugh Blair. Lond. 1765, 8vo. 2 vols.-Lond. 1773, 8vo. 2 vols. Fonthill, 31, 17. Garrick, 1720, a presentation copy, 17. 198.Lond. 1784, 8vo. 2 vols. Willett, 1859, 8s. -Lond. 1796, 2 vols. Drury, 2929, russia, 17s.-Frankfort, 1783, 4 vols. in 2.-Edinb. 1792, 8vo.
The Poems of Ossian, containing the poetical Works of James Macpherson, in Prose and Rhyme, with Notes and Illustrations by Malcolm Laing. Edinb. 1805, 8vo. 2 vols. Dent, pt. i. 1373, 10s. Bright,
OSSIAN-continued. 9s.-Edinb. 1812, 8vo. 2 vols.-With an Appendix to Blair's Dissertation. Edinb. 1805, 12mo. 2 vols. 5s.
The Poems of Ossian, translated by James Macpherson. A new Edition, containing Macpherson's Dissertation on the Era and Poems of Ossian, and Dr. Blair's critical Dissertation; with Appendix containing a Review of the recent Controversy relative to the Authenticity of the Poems. Lond. Lackington, 1806, 12mo. 2 vols. with plates, 10s. 1. Strettell, 1051, 15s. 6d. FINE PAPER, Crowa 8vo. 118. published, Edinb. Nelson, 1840, 18mo.
The Poems of Ossian, translated by Jas. Macpherson. To which are prefixed, three Dissertations on the Era and Poems of Ossian. Lond. Cadell, &c. 1806, 12mo. 2 vols. LARGE PAPER.-Lond. Cadell, &c. 1807, 8vo. 2 vols. LARGE PAPER, roy. 8vo.
The Poems of Ossian. Lond. 1805, 12mo. 3 vols. With plates by Fittler.-Again, Lond. 1812. Brockett, 2211, 17. 5s.
The Poems of Ossian, translated by J. Macpherson. Authenticated and explained by Hugh Campbell. Lond. 1822, post 8vo. 2 vols. map and 3 plates. Duke of York, 3873, 17. 5s. Bright, 5s. 6d.
Poems of Ossian, translated by James Macpherson, with the Dissertations on the Era and Poems of Ossian, and Dr. Blair's critical Dissertation. Lond. (Bohn's Miniature Classics) 1847, 24mo. front. 3s.
Temora, an epic Poem, in eight Cantos, versified from Macpherson's prose TransRelation of the Poems of Ossian, by T. Burke. Perth, 1818, 8vo,
Versified Portions, &c.
The Battle of Loro, a Poem: with some Fragments written in the Erse or Irish Language, by Ossian the Son of Fingal, translated into English verse by Mr. rick. Lond. 1763, 4to. 1s. 6d.
Gisbal, an hyperborean Tale: translated from the Fragments of Ossian, the Son of Fingal. Lond. 1763, 8vo. Low and scurrilous abuse.
Carthon, in Verse, by Dr. J. Woodrow. Edinb. 1769, 12mo.
Fingal, in English Heroic Rhyme, by Dr. J. Woodrow. Edinb. 1771, 12mo. 2 vols.
The Fingal of Ossian, translated from the Galic, by J. Macpherson, and now rendered into heroic Verse by Ewen Cameron. Warrington, 1776, 4to.
Fingal, rendered into heroic Verse by Ewen Cameron. To which are prefixed, the Attestations and a Preface. Lond. 1777, 4to. with a frontispiece.
cal and historical Dissertation on the Antiquity of Ossian's Poems. By Arch. Macdonald. Lond. 1805, 8vo.
Fingal, an epic Poem, translated from the original Gaelic by the Rev. Tho, Ross. Edinb. 1807, 8vo. Only 30 copies printed.
Ossian's Fingal, rendered into Verse by Archibald Macdonald. Lond. 1808, 8vo.
Ossian's Fingal, rendered into English Verse by George Harvey. Lond. 1814,
lated into English Verse by Wm. Day; Oina Morul, a Poem of Ossian, transChelsea, 1817, 8vo.
Ossian's Poems attempted in English Verse, by the Rev. J. Shackleton. Birm 1817, 8vo. 2 vols. 7s.
Macpherson's Translation turned into Blank Verse, by the Rev. H. Davidson. Salisbury, n. d. 8vo.
Antient Erse Poems, collected among the Scottish Highlands, in order to illustrate the Ossian of Mr. Macpherson. (Lond. 1787), 8vo. pp. 34, 4s. The far greater part of this pamphlet (printed for private distribution) appeared in the Gentleman's Magazine for 1782 and 1783, under the signature of Tho. F. Hill.
Sean Dana; Le Oisian, Orran, Ulann, &c. Ancient Poems of Ossian, Orran, &c. collected in the Western Highlands and Isles being the Originals of the Translations some time ago published in the Gaelic Antiquities, by John Smith, D.D. Edinb. 1787, 4to. 6s.
Dana Oisein mhic Fhinn, air an curamach maith coitcheannta muinntir na Gaeltachd. Dun-Eidin (Edinb.) 1818, 8vo. A new edition of the Gaelic original, by J. Macgregor Murray.
Genuine Remains literally translated, trick Macgregor, M.A. Lond. 1841, post with a preliminary Dissertation by Pa8vo. Published by the Highland Society.
Ossian und Sined's Lieder, herausg. von Mch. Denis. Wien, Degen, 1799, 4to. VELLUM PAPER. An esteemed translation. Printed with Bodoni's types.
Die gedichte von Ossian aus dem Engl. ens Deutsche übers. Von F. Lp. Graf zu Stollberg. Hamb. 1806, 8vo. 3 vols.
Ossian's Gedichte rhythmisch übers. von J. G. Rhode. 2nd. ed. Berl. 1808,
Svo. 3 vols.
Ossian, the Son of Fingal (by the Rev.
Memoire sur les Poemes de Mr. Macpherson. Cologne, 1765, 12mo. This memoir originally appeared in the Journal des Scavans.
Occasional Thoughts on the Study and Character of Classical Authors, with Comparisons betweeu Homer and Ossian [by Dr. John Gordon]. 1772, 8vo.
Ossian's Gedichte übers. von F. W. Jung. 1808, 8vo. 3 vols.
There are other German.translations. De Gedichten van Ossian in 't Nederduitsch door P. L. van de Kasteele. Amst. 1793, 8vo. pt, 1, all pub.
Gezangen van Ossian. Door den Baron de Harold naar het Engelsch in Nederduitsch Proza vertaald, Leyden, 1794, 8vo Fingal, gevolgd by W. Bilderdyk. Amst. 1305-6, 8vo 2 vols. Skaldestycken, öfversat. Upsala, 1794, 8vo. 2 pts.
Into Danish, by Alstrup. Kopenh. 1790.2, 8vo. 2 vols.
An Enquiry into the Authenticity of the Poems ascribed to Ossian. By W. Shaw, A.M. Lond. 1781, 8vo. 2s.
An Answer to Mr. Shaw's Enquiry into the Authenticity of the Poems ascribed to Ossian. By John Clark. Lond. 1781, 8vo.
The Ossianic Controversy.
Three beautiful and important Passages omitted by the Translator of Fingal, restored by Donald Macdonald. Lond. 1761, 4to. A burlesque on the celebrated work entitled Fingal.
Reply to Mr. Clark's Answer. By W. Shaw, A.M. Lond. 1782, 8vo.
Answer to Mr. Shaw's Reply. By John Clark. Lond. 1783, 8vo.
Remarks on the History of Fingal, and other Poems of Ossian, translated by Mr. Macpherson. By Ferdinand Warner, LL.D.
Lond. 1762, 8vo.
A Rejoinder to an Answer from Mr. Clark on the Subject of Ossian's Poems. By. W. Shaw, M.A. Lond. 1784, 8vo. 1s. 6d.
The seven preceding works, bound in 1 vol. with some newspaper cuttings, Reed, 12s.
A Dissertation of the supposed Authenticity of Ossian's Poems. In Malcolm Laing's History of Scotland. 1800.
Report of the Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland, appointed to enquire into the Nature and Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian, drawn up by H. Mackenzie; with a copious Appendix, containing some of the principal Documents on which the Report is founded. Edinburgh, 1805, 8vo. 8s.
A Dissertation on the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian. By Sir John Sinclair, Bart. Lond. 1806, 8vo.
An Essay on the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian, in which the Objections of Malcolm Laing, Esq. are particularly considered and refuted, by Patrick Graham, D.D. Edinburgh, 1807, 8vo.
Observations relative to the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian. 1813. See GRANT, James.
Essay on the Authenticity of Ossian's Poems, by Donald Campbell. Ayr, 1825.
The Claims of Ossian, examined and appreciated, by the Rev. Edw. Davies. Swansea, 1825, royal 8vo.
Macpherson's resentment of a criticism of Dr. Johnson's produced the very spirited letter which Boswell has preserved in his Memoirs.
See SMITH, John, D.D.
OSSOLINSKI, Lord George. A true Copy of the Latine Oration of Lord George Ossolinski, Count Palatine of Tenizyn and Sendomyria, as it
Fingal reclaimed. Lond. 1763, 8vo.
A critical Dissertation on the Poems of was pronounced to his Majestie at