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White-hall on Sunday the 11 of OSULLEVANUS, Philippus. HistoMarch, 1620, with the Translation riæ Catholicæ Hiberniæ Compenof the same into English. Loudon, dium, a D. Philippo Osulleuano for William Lee (1621), 4to. Bearro Iberno. Vlyssipone, 1621, 4to. 4 parts in 1 vol.

In the Grenville Collection. Reprinted

in the second volume of the Somers Collection of Tracts.

A work 'full of groundless stories and ridiculous fooleries.'-Nicholson. A

by [Bp. Daly], June 25, 1858, 5l. 7s. 6d. He

is in the British Museum. Gardner, in 1854, 67. 10s. Bright, fine, 67. 2s. 6d. Sotheber, pt. viii. 4l. 17s. ; pt. iv. very fine, 117. Collation.-A-Cc4, and Dd-Nn, in eights, the last leaf containing the errata. The inA.S. dedication Domino Philippo, Avstroductory matter, viz. the title, licenc, triaco IIII.' occupy four leaves.

Editio nova, edidit, notulisque ac Indicibus illustravit Matthæus Kelly. Dublin, 1850, royal Svo. 7s. 6d. The work itself is divided into 4 vols. or books, the paging carried on to folio 284, including leaf of errata.

OSTEND.-Dialogue and Complaint made upon the Siege Ostend by the King of Spaine, the Archduke, &c. Lond. 1602, 4to.



Relation of the defeating Card. Mazarine, and Oliver Cromwell's Design to have taken Ostend by Treachery in 1658. Lond. 1666, 12mo.

OSTERLEY LIBRARY and Menagery. See FAIRFAX, Bryan, HAYES, William.

OSTERVALD, John Frederick. Arguments of the Book and Chapters of the old and new Testaments, with practical Observations, translated by J. Chamberlayne. Lond. 1749, 8vo. 3 vols. 9s.

Published at the request and under the patronage of the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge, and still kept in print.-1716-18, 8vo. 3 vols. 7s, 6d. Williams, 1280, 17.-1764, 8vo. 3 vols.-1779,

8vo, 2 vols.-1799, 8vo. 2 vols. 1819,

12mo. 3 vols.-1811, 8vo. 2 vols.-1833,

12mo. 3 vols.

A Treatise concerning the Causes of the present Corruption of Christians, and the

Remedies thereof. Translated into En

glish by C. Mutel. Second Edition. Lond. 1702, 8vo. 3s. Reprinted in Ep. Watson's

Collection of Theological Tracts, who ob

serves, 'This book was highly esteemed by Bp. Burnet; and indeed all the writings of Mr. Ostervald have been favourably received in the world in general.'

Grounds and Principles of the Christian Religion. Lond. 1704, 8vo. 3s. A work highly deserving of notice.'-Bishop WatIt has been frequently reprinted. The Nature of Uncleanness. Lond. 1708, 8vo.


Theologiæ Christianæ Compendium. Glasgow, 1757, 12mo. 3s.

Lectures on the Exercise of the sacred

Ministry, translated from the French, with a Preface, and enlarged with occasional Notes by Tho. Stevens, M.A. Lond. 1781, 8vo. 5s. This work may be usefully read by serious-minded men.' Bishop Watson. Williams, 1281, 14s.


Vie de J.F. Ostervald par David Durand. Lond. 1778, 8vo. 3s. 6d.

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Patritiana Decas, sive Libri decem, qvibus de Divi Patritij Vitâ, Purgatorio, Miraculis, Rebusq. gestis: de Religionis Ibernica casibus, Constantia, Martyribus Divis: de Anglorum lubrica fide: de An glohæreticæ Ecclesiæ sectis, cacopræsuli bus, Iubileis plenissimis, Liturgia, sacra pagina, cæremonijs & institutis accuratè is in the British Museum. Horner, 51. agitur. Anno 1629. Matriti, 4to. A copy Sotheby (Bp. Daly), June 26, 1858, 87.28.6d. in fours, the last leaf containing the imHeber, pt. i. 15l. Collation.-A-Aaa 2, leaves, containing the title, dedication to print. Prefixed to the volume are 16 'Michaeli Noronha, Linharium Comiti,' privilege, &c. complimentary Latin verses This work was replied to by Bp. H. Jones. See PATRICK, St.

and contents.

OSWALD, James. The Caledonian Pocket Companion. (1750, &c.) 12 books or parts in 2 vols. roy. 8vo.

Copies of a later issue; all without dates. The number of airs in these volumes is no less than between 5 and 600, and includes many very ancient, very excellent, and very curious pieces, nowhere else to be found, nor ever before published. See Ritson's Scot. Songs, i. p. cviii.; and Laing's Introduction to Johnson's Scots' Musical Museum.

James, D.D. An Appeal to common Sense in Behalf of Religion. Edinb. 1768-72, 8vo. 2 vols. 4s.

Horne Tooke, 505, with MS. notes by
Tooke, 47. 3s.
Rt. Hon. James. Memorials
of the public Life and Character

of the Right Hon. James Oswald of Dunnikier, contained in a Correspondence with some of the most distinguished Men of the last Century. Edinb. 1825, 8vo.

Pp. xxiv. and 484, with port. by Lizars. Duke of York, 3525, morocco, 17. 19s. Heber, i. 3s. 6d. Bright, 2s.

OSWESTRY.-The History of Oswestry from the earliest Period; its Antiquities and Customs: with a short Account of the Neighbour-per. hood. Oswestry (1815), 8vo.

Collected from various authors, with much original information, by William Price. It consists of pages vii-xii, 1— 168, with 7 woodcuts, a title page and dedication to the Hon. Thomas Kenyon.

OTES, Samuel. Explanation of the general Epistle of Saint Jude. Lond. 1633, folio, 9s.

OTHNIEL and ACHSAH. - The Loves of Othniel and Achsah, translated from the Chaldee. Lond. 1769, 8vo. 2 vols. 6s.

Отно et ОтнOBONE. Constitutiones Prouinciales et Othonis. Cum Interp. Joh. de Athon. Paris, 1504. folio. Lond. Win. de Worde, 1529, 12mo.

The Constitutions of Othobone are annexed, though not mentioned in the


Constitutions Provincialles, and of Otho and Octhobone. Translated into Englyshe. Cum privilegio. Lond. Robert Redman, 1534, 12mo. After the address of "The Translatour to the readers," follow the copies of three oaths, which I know not where else are to be found: "The othe made by the bisshoppes to our soueraygne lorde the Kynge before theyr consecration; the olde othe of the prelates or bysshoppes of Englande made to the pope or bysshoppe of Rome; the new othe of the prelates or bysshoppes made to the pope or bysshoppe of Rome."'Dibdin's Top. Antiq,

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OTTLEY, Wm. Young. An Inquiry into the Origin and early History of Engraving upon Copper and in Wood, with an Account of Engravers and their Works, from the Invention of Chalcography by Maso Finiguerra to the Time of Mark Antonio Raimondi. Lond. 1816, 4to. 2 vols. plates, 61. 6s. Strettell, 1425, russia, 77. imperial 4to. with proofs on India paSixty copies printed. Dowdeswell, 623, 87.18s.6d. Fonthill, 2578, 197.19s. Bliss, 91. 15s.




A descriptive Catalogue of Pictures in the National Gallery, with critical Remarks on their Merits. 1826, fcap. 8vo. part i. The Angerstein collection.

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Observations on a MS. in the British Museum, believed to be of second or third century, containing Cicero's translation of the Astronomical Poem by Aratus. Lond. 1835, 4to.

See Galleries, p. 858. OTUEL, Sir. A metrical Romance, from the Auchinleck MS.


CLUB, Appendix.


An abstract of this romance, from two MSS., will be found in the second volume of Ellis' Specimens.

Collection of 129 Facsimiles of scarce and curious Prints, by the early Masters of the Italian, German, and Flemish Schools, with 12 duplicate Plates of Niellos finished in silver. Lond. 1926, imp. 4to. published at 15l. 15s. Some copies contain only 100 plates, and were pub. at

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OTWAY, Thomas. The Works, with Notes critical and explanatory, and a Life of the Author by Thos. Thornton. Lond. 1813, crown 8vo. 3 vols.

Best edition, with portrait of Otway and two plates. LARGE PAPER in demy 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 2025, 17. 9s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 583, extra bound, 31. 4s. Drury, 2933, russia, 3l. 48.-1712, 12mo. 2 vols. with portrait. Heath, 1944, 7s. 6d. -1718, 12mo. 2 vols. Willett, 1861, 10s. 6d. -1728, 12mo. 2 vols.-1757, 12mo. 3 vols. 9s. Reed, 8306, 15s. Steevens, 1258, 17. 12s.-1812, 8vo. 2 vols. 10s. Drury, 2932, 17. 1s. Strettell, 1052, 16s.

OUFLE, M. A History of the ridiculous Extravagancies of Monsieur Oufle. Lond. 1711, 8vo.

This is a translation (from the French) of a work by the Abbé Laurent Bordelon, entitled L'Histoire des Imaginations extravagantes de M. Oufle, causées par la lecture des Livres qui traitent de la Magie, &c. of which there is a neat edition with plates and curious notes, Paris, 1754. Amsterdam, 1710, 2 vols. 12mo. The author's object was to do for magic, witchcraft, &c. what Cervantes did for knight-errantry. White Knights, 3019, 4s. Dent, pt. i, 1050, morocco, 12s.

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The Traveller's Guide, or English ItineDrury, 2934, 13s, Duke of York, 3878, 168. Lond. 1805, crown 8vo. 2 vols


Picture of Margate and its Vicinity.
Lond. 1820, 8vo. with a map and 20 views.
- Strange and wonder-
ful News from Oundle in North-
amptonshire; giving an impartial
Relation of the Drumming Well,
commonly called Dobse's Well.
Lond. 1692, 8vo.

Eight pages, including the title-page.
OUSELEY, Sir William, Knt.
Travels in various Countries of the
more particularly Persia.
Lond. 1819, 21, 22, 4to. 3 vols.

In high estimation. Drury, 3211, 57. 18s.
The author was secretary to his brother,
Sir Gore Ouseley, Bart. ambassador extra-
ordinary to the Court of Persia, 1810-12.

OUGHTON, Tho. Ordo Judicio-sia, rum sive Methodus procedendi in Foro ecclesiastico-civili Britannico et Hibernico. Lond. 1728, 4to. 2 vols. 15s.

many other mathematical works.

OULTON, Walley Chamberlain. The History of the Theatres of London, containing an Annual Register of all the Tragedies, Comedies, &c. performed from 1771 to 1795, with Notes and Anecdotes. Lond. 1796, 12mo. 2 vols.

Persian Miscellanies: an Essay to facilitate the Reading of Persian Manuscripts; with engraved Specimens, philological Observations, and Notes critical and historical. Lond. 1795, 4to. pp. 240, with ten plates.

Oriental Collections illustrating the History, Antiquities, Literature, &c. of Asia.. Lond. 1797-1800, 4to. 3 vols. An interesting publication.

extracted and translated from the Epitome of the ancient History of PerJehan Ara, a Persian Manuscript; by William Ouseley, Esq. Lond. 1799, 12mo. of the ruins of Persepolis, and two vig6s. pp. 92, with a map of Persia, a plate


The Oriental Geography of Ebn Haukal, an Arabian Traveller of the tenth Century. Translated by Sir William Ouseley, Knt. Lond. 1800. 4to. pp. xxxvi and 327, also title and dedication to the king. Fonthill, 353, 178.

The Bakhtyar Nameh, or History of Prince Bakhtyar and the Viziers, a Series of Persian Tales (with a Translation). Lond. 1801, royal 8vo.

Observations on some Medals and Gems

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Sir William Gore, Bart. Remarks on the Statistics and political Institutions of the United States. Lond. 1832, 8vo. 9s.

Intended as a continuation to B.Victor's

history of the Theatres. Duke of York, 3877,88.

A History of the Theatres of London, from 1795 to 1817, inclusive. Lond. 1818, 12mo. 3 vols. 10s. 6d. The 5 vols. bound in 4, Southey, 1840, 17. 1s. Beauties of modern Dramatists. Lond. of the Author by James Reynolds. Lond. 1800, 12mo. 2 vols. [Oriental Translation Fund] 1846, 8vo.

Notices of Persian Poets, with critical and explanatory Remarks; with a Memoir

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OUTRAM, William. De Sacrificiis Libri duo; quorum altero explicantur omnia Judæorum nonnulla Gentium profanarum Sacrificia; altero Sacrificium Christi. Lond. 1677, 4to. 8s.

This work, according to Horne, 'is of singular use to the divinity student, as affording, in a comparatively small compass, one of the most masterly vindications of the vicarious atonement of Christ that ever was published.'-Translated by J. Allen, 1817, 8vo.

OUVAROFF, M. An Essay on the Mysteries of Eleusis, translated from the French by J. D. Price, with Observations by J. Christie. Lond. 1817, 8vo.

Hibbert, 5902, 13s. Bright, 2s. OUVALLE, Alonso de. An historical Relation of the Kingdom of Chile, 1646.

In the third volume of the Churchill Collection of Voyages and Travels, and in the fourteenth volume of Pinkerton's



John, successively Bishop of Lichfield and Norwich. Convocation Book, MDCVI, concerning the Government of God's catholick Church. Lond. 1690, 4to. 78.

With portraits of Overall and Sancroft, by R. White.-Oxford, 1844, 8vo. port. of erall only. OVERBEKE, Bonav. Degli Avanzi dell' Antica Roma, da Paolo Rolli. Lond. 1739, 8vo. 3s. 6d.

With plates. LARGE PAPER. Willett, 1863, russia, 17. 3s.

OVERBURY, Sir Thomas, Knight.
Miscellaneous Works in Verse and
Prose, with Memoirs of his Life.ley, 682, 16s.
The tenth edition. Lond. 1756,
12mo. 3s.

Garrick, 1725, 4s. 6d. See Retrosp. Rev. ii. 92-105. It is stated in the Gent. Mag. for Feb. 1840, p. 125, that this tenth edition does not contain many articles which are to be found in the edition of 1638, as ad Comitissam Rutlandiæ,' 'Paradoxes, Receipts,' 'The Mountebank's Song.'

A Wife now a Widowe, Lond. for LawChurchyard, 1614, 12mo. This First Edirence Lisle at the Tygre's head, in Paul's

tion does not contain any characters.

Copies in the Bodleian and Trinity Coll.


A Wife now the Widdow of Sir Thomas Overbvrye. Being a most exquisite and singular Poem of the Choice of a Wife. Wherevnto are added many witty Characters, and conceited Newes, written by himselfe and other learned Gentlemen his Friends. Lond. for Lawrence Lisle, 1614, 4to. second edition, pp. 64, not numbered, with portrait by Simon Pass. This edition contains twenty-one characters. Lloyd, Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 502, 41. 4s. 1012, 21. 3s. Heber, pt. iv. 17. 1s.-Fourth edit. Lond. 1614, 4to. Halliwell, 31.19s.-Sixth Impression, Lond. 1615, sm. 8vo. pp. 182, with port. by Simon Pass. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 503, 17. 11s. 6d. This edition contains a passage not in any other. - Seventh edition, Lond. 1616, small 8vo. pp. 292, with portrait by S. Pass. Lloyd, 905, 4s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2042, 8s. 2043, 6s. Stanley, 680, Heber, pt. vii. 2s. 6d.-Eighth edit. Lond. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 504, 17. 15s. 1616, sm. 8vo. with port. by S. Pass. Bindley, pt. ii. 2043, 6s. Skegg, 1l. 10s.-The ninth Impression augmented, with new Newes and characters. Lond. 1616, small 8vo. pp. 292, with portrait by S. Pass. Lloyd, 905, 4s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2042, 8s. 2043, 6s. Stanley, 680, 11. 2s. Bibl.AngloPoet. 504, 17. 15s. Bright, 15s, North, 27. 19s. Brand, 27. 18s.-Tenth edit. Lond. 1618, sm. 8vo. White Knights, 3020, mor. 17.10s. The eleventh edit. Lond. 1622, sm.

17. 2s.

8vo. front. by Lisle, A-V, in eights.-Dubl. 1626, 12mo.--Twelfth edition, Lond.. 1627, small 8vo. Lloyd, 904, 14s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2045. Nassau, pt. i. 2474, with portrait of Overbury by Lisle, russia, 17. Heber, pt. vii. 2s. Thirteenth edition, Lond. 1628, small 8vo. Bright, 18s. Garrick, 1725, 7s. 6d.-Fourteenth edition, Lond. 1630, small 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 2041. Stanley, 681, 18s.-Fifteenth Impression. Lond. 1632, small 8vo. pp. 320. StanBibl. Anglo-Poet. 505, 17.1s. Bright, 18s.-The sixteenth edition, Lond. 1638, small 8vo. Nassau, pt. i. 2475, portrait inserted, Ss. Bindley, pt. ii. 2044. Strettell, 1054, with portrait by Lisle, 12s. 6d. Caldecott, 6s. - Lond. 1664, small 8vo. Sotheby's in 1821, 6s. 6d. Sir Thomas Overbury's Wife will likewise be found in Capell's Prolusions, 1762.

Miscellaneous Works, verse and prose, with Notes, and a biographical Account of the Author, by E. F. Rimbault, LL.D. Lond. 1856, post 8vo. portrait, 5s.

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The illustrious Wife, viz. that excellent Poem, Sir Thomas Overbvrie's Wife, illustrated by Giles Oldisworth, Nephew to the same Sir T. O. 1673. No copy known.

The first and second part of the Remedy of Loue: Written by Sir Thomas Over

OVERBURY, Sir T.-continued. bury, Knight. Lond. N. Okes, 1620, 16mo. A copy is in the British Museum. Sixteen leaves, the first and last blank. Warton queries a former edition.

The just Downefall of Ambition, Adultery, Murder: at the end of which are

added Weston's and Mrs. Turner's last

Teares, shed for the Murder of Sir Thomas Overbury, poysoned in the Tower; who, for the Fact, suffered deserued Execution at Tiburne, the 14 of November last, 1615, 4to. Fifteen leaves, woodcut on title. Reed, 3781, 17. 3s. Skegg, 5.-1616, 4to. Hibbert, 6033, 21. 6s. Strettell, 361, 37. 13s. 6d. Saunders' in 1818, 27, 12s. 6d. The title of this rare tract is given somewhat differently in Gent. Mag., Feb. 1840, p. 124, where we are told that it is in verse, with a portrait of Mrs. Turner, and bears no date.

be built; and of the Building of London Bridge. Lond. 1744, 8vo. Pp. 30, exclusive of the title. First printed in 1637, 12mo. with woodcuts.

OVERTON, John. Jacobs troublesome Journey to Bethel, containing a briefe Exposition of the four first Verses of the 33rd Chapter of Genesis. Oxford, 1586, 16mo.

Dedicated to Maister Wm. Brent.

John. The True Churchman ascertained. York, 1808, 8vo. Williams, 1282, 13s.

The Chronology of the Apocalypse, investigated and defended. Lond. 1822,


An Inquiry into the Truth and Use of the Book of Enoch, as to its Prophecies, Visions and Accounts of fallen Angels. Lond. 1822, 8vo.

Sir Thomas Overbury, his Observations in his Travailes, upon the State of the seventeen Provinces, as they stood in 1609; the Treatie of Peace being then on Foote. 1626, 4to. Fifteen leaves. Nassau, pt. ii. 577, 9s. Steevens, 1917, 10s. 6d. North. pt. iii. 591, 10s. 6d. Fonthill, 2755, 11, 4s. Heber, pt. vi. 3s. There is probably an earlier edition, as it was licensed 28th Jan. 1615-16.-Lond. 1651, 12mo. pp. 80, with the lively portraiture of Sir Thomas Overbury,' by S. Pass. Nassau, pt. i. 2476, 5s. This tract is reprinted in the first volume of the Oxford Collection of Voyages and Travels, and in the 7th volume of the Harleian Miscellany. The original MS. is in the Lambeth Library.

- W. Exhortation to the Judges and Justices of Sussex, and the whole Countie assembled at the

A true and historical Relation of the Poysoning of Sir Thomas Overbury, with the several Arraignments and Speeches of those that were executed thereupon. Also, all the Passages concerning the Divorce between Robert late Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard; with King James's and other large Speeches. Collected out of the Papers of Sir Francis Assizes. Lond. by R. Newbery and Bacon, the King's Attorney-General. Lond. 1651, 12mo. pp. 127, not including the title, with a portrait of Sir Thomas Overbury, Laur. Lisle excud. Bindley, pt. iii. 289, 138. Nassau, pt. ii. 220, 13s. Skegg, 8s. See DAVIES, p. 598.


OVERS, John. The true History

of the Life and sudden Death of old John Overs, the rich FerryMan of London, and of his Daughter Mary, who caused the Church of St. Mary Overs in Southwark to

Richard. Articles of High Treason exhibited against Cheapside Crosse, with the last Will and Testament of the said Crosse, and certain Epitaphs upon her Tombe. Lond. 1642, 4to.

Four leaves.
Skegg, 8s.

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Lloyd, 1012, 11s. 6d.

Man's Mortalite; or a Treatise wherein

'tis proved, both theologically and philosophically, that the whole Man is a Compound wholly mortal, &c. Lond. 1644, 4to. With a frontispiece of Death, a clock, &c. with verses underneath, engraved by W. Bentley.

Overton published other tracts, most of which are in the British Museum.

H. Bynneman, 16mo.
Bright, 10s. 6d.

OVID. P. Ovidii Nasonis Opera, e Textu Burmanni; cum Notis Bentleii hactenus ineditis, necnon Harlesii, Gierigii, Burmanni, Lemairii, et aliorum selectissimis. Oxonii, 1825, 8vo. 5 vols. 21. 2s.

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Opera. Lond, 1582.3, 16mo. 3 vols. A

neat edition, printed by Thomas Vautrollier.

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