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Tlii* very curious old Poem occurs among the multifarious collection of Scraps, formed by John Bagford, early in the 18th Century, for a History of Printing; and which are now among the Harleian MSS. hi the British Museum. He introduces his transcript with these remarks:—"The following Poem, written many years ago, and now quite out of print, I hare added to this paper, being very well assured it will be very acceptable to all the lovers of the noble mystery of Printing." From its style it appears to be a composition of the time of Cromwell.

Great blest Master Printer come

Into thy composing Room;

Wipe away our foul offences,

Make, oh I make our souls, and senses,

The upper and the lower Cases,

And thy large Alphabet of Graces,

The Lever, which being soone fit,

Oh I Haste thou to distribute it,

For there is (I make account)

No Impression in the Fount;

If any Letter's face be foul,

Oh I wash it o'er, and touch the Soul;

Contrition be the Hrnsh, the Lye,

Tears from a Penitential Eye.
Thy Graces so distributed,

Think not tby work half finished;

On sail, oh Lord 1 no time defer,

Be truly a Compositer;

Take thy Composing-Stick in hand,

Thy holy Word the firmest band;

For sure that work can never miss,

That's truly justified in this.
The end of Grace's distribution

Is not a mere dissolution,

Bat that each part being cited,
They may be again united.
Let Righteousness and peace then meet,
Mercy and Truth each other greet,
Let these letters make a Word,
Let thesa Words a Line afford j
Then of Lines a Page compose,
Which being brought into a close,
Be thou the Direction, Lord;
Let Love be the fast binding Cord;
Set, oh Lord 1 oh! set apace,
That we may grow from Grace to Grace j
'Till 'twards the Chace we nearer draw,
The two strong Tables of thy law;
Of which the two firm Crosses be,
The love of Man, next after thee;
The Head Sticks are thy Majesty,
The Foot Sticks Christ's Humility;
The Supplication of the Saints,
The Side Sticks, when our Faith e'er faints;

Let the Quoin, be thy sure Election,
Which admits of no Rejection,
With which our Soul being join'd about,
Not the least Grace can then drop out j
Thy Mercies and Allurements all,
Thy Shooting Stick and Mallet call.

But when all this done we see
Who shall the Corrector be?
Oh Lord I what thou set'st can't be ill,
It needs then no Corrector's skill;

Now tho' these Graces all are Set,
Our hearts are but white paper yet,
And by Adam's first transgression,
Fit only for the worst Impression.
Thy Holy Spirit the Press Man make,
From whence we may perfection take,
And let him no time defer
To print on us thy character;
Let the Ink be as black as jet,
What though ?—it is comely yet,
As curtains of King Solomon,
Or Kedar's Tents to look upon.

Be Victory the Presser's Head,
That o'er oppression it may tread j
Let Divine Contemplation be,
The Screw to raise us up to thee,
The Presser's two Cheeks unsubdued,
Strong Constancy and Fortitude:
Onr slavish Flesh let be the Till,
Whereon lay what trash you will;
The Nut and Spindle, gentleness,
To move the work with easiness;
The Platten is affliction,
Which makes good work being hard set on;
The Box, the Spirits Instrument,
To Sanctify our Punishment:
The Blanket a resemblance hath
Of Mercy in the midst of Wrath;
The Frisket, thy preventing Grace,
Keeps us from many a sullied face,
Christ Jesus is the Level Stone,
That our hearts must be wrought upon,
The Coffin wherein it doth lie,
Is rest to all eternity.
The Cramp Irons that it moves on still,
Are the good motions of the Will;
The Rounce, the Spirits inspiration,
Working an holy Agitation.
The Girts, the Gift of Continence,
The Bridle of unbridled Sense;
The Winter whereon all doth lye
Is patience in Adversity.
The Footstep, Humbleness of Mind,
That in itself no worth can find.

If there be such a chance as this,
That any letter batter'd is;
Being come unto thy view,
Take it out, put in a new;
Or if Satan that foul fiend,
Mar, with a pretence to mend;

And being at tby jroodhess vext,
Make Blasphemy of thy pure text;
Find it out, oh Lord 1 and then,
Print our hearts anew again.

Oh Lord 1 unto this work make haste,
It's a work that long will last;
And when this white paper's done,
Work a Reiteration.

NEW TESTAMENT. TYNDALE, no date, 8ro. The title in black and red.

"The Newe Testament of our Sauiour Jesu Christ. Faythfully translated out of the Greke, and perused by the commaundement of the Kynges Maiest ic and his honorable councell, and by them aucthorised. With the Notes and expositions of the darke places therin."

In a kind of frame is a small oval portrait of Edward the Sixth, surrounded with a garter on which is inscribed. "Edvardus Sextus Dei gratia Anglie Francie et Hibernie rex, etc. Aetatis sua; xv." and under the portrait,

% Mathewe, 13. f. The pearle which Christ commanded to be bought. Is here to be founde, not els to be sought. A dedication," U To the moste puissauntand myghtye Prince Edwarde the syxt. 1 leaf .... Calendar,

in black and red, 6 leaves An Almanackc for

xx yeares, beginning 1561 on the reverse of

which begins, "H a Table of the principall matteis in

this Testament .... 20 leaves A true and

perfect reckenyng of the yeres and tyme from Adam to Chryst. At the head of which is a neat wood cut representing the birth of Eve An Exhortation to the diligent study of the Holy Scriptures, ending with Richard Jugge's device of the Pelican . . .

A map of Palestine The lyfe of the blessed

Euangelist Saynt Mathewe 3 leaves

In all 30 leaves.

The collation, A i to && 4 in 8's . . . . On zz 8 begins, " The epistles of the Olde Testament," ....

2 leaves "A Table to fynde the Epistles and

Gospels read in the Churche of Englande," .... 2

leaves Finis. Imprinted at London in Powles

Churchyard by Richard Jugge, printer to the Queenes Maiestie. Forbyddyng all other men to prynt, or cause to be prynted, this, or any other Testament in

Englyshe. Cum priuilegio Regiae Maiestatis

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thetymes," .... together 3 leaves There are

19 wood cuts in the Revelations .... The volume is

not paged The Gospel according to Mark

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Revelations on Vv. 7 A full page contains

35 lines.

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH NATION,by the Venerable Dede, from the time of "lius Ca?sar to 731. Translated into English from the Text, as amended by Stevenson, with Introduction, Notes, tee., p the Rev. Dr. Giles, late Head Master of the City of London School. 8vo. with Map of Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy, and 'v-nnnlcof the First Preaching of the Gospel in England. 8s.

A character more truly venerable, or on whom it it more nr.ntatory and delightful for the imagination to dwell than ZSL'S y I* found in the annals of mankind."—Quar

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212t THOMSON'S Works, Sermons, &c. with Life, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. neat, bs. 6d. . 1778

213t Seasons, &c. 8vo. 1st edition, remarkably

fine clean copy, old c{f. 3s. . 1730

214t Seasons, neat pocket edition, Is.

215t Seasons, with Life and Notes, cr. 8vo. elf.

neat, Stothard's plates, 2s. 6d. . 1794

216t Seasons, with Life, Essay and Index, 8vo.

elf. neat, HeptinstaW splates, 3s. . 1797 217t Thomson's Seasons, translatedinto French Prose, 8vo. c(f. neat, fine plates, 2s. . 1796

218t Thomson (Rev. Andr.) Series of Sermons, The Doctrine of Universal Pardon, considered and Confuted, with Notes, thick cr. 8vo. 4*. pub. 6s. 6d.

Bdinb. 1830

219t Thorblirn (Dr.) Elements of BED SIDE MEDICINE and GENERAL PATHOLOGY, or General Disease Discourse, with the ORIGIN, PROGRESS and PROSPECTS of CLINICAL MEDICINE and SURGERY, grounded on a Digested Range of Analytical and Condensed Translations, with Eductions from Standard French and British Authors, thick 8to. 4s. pub. Us. 1836 220tTHORESBY (Ralph)Topographyof LEEDES, folio, fine clean copy, elf. gilt leaves, with plates, (Marquis Townsend'ssoldfor 10 gs. Sir P.Thompson's, for 81.) 11. 8*. . 1715 221t Thome's Perpetual Guide for Equitable Adjustment of Builders' Prices,8vo. II. Is. 1824 222t Thornton (Dr.) British Flora; or Genera and Species of British Plants, arranged after the Reformed Sexual System, and illustrated by Numerous Tables and Dissections, with Elements of Botany, 7 vols, royal 8vo. hlf. c(f. neat, multitude of plates, 12*. Qd. pub. 6 gs. . 1812

223t Elements of Botany, 2 vols, royal 8vo.

neat, numerous plates, bs. 21. 12s. 6d. 1812 2241 Thornton (H.) Family Commentary, in Lectures on the Pentateuch, with Prayers, 8vo. cloth, new, 6s. 6d. pub. 10*. . . 1837

225t THROSBY'S Select Views in LEICESTERSHIRE, from Original Drawings, with Historical Relations, 2 thick vols. 4 to. elf. neat, numerous fine plates, 11. bs. 6d. . . 1789

22(it ThllCitllilig de Bello Peloponnesiaco, (Jr. et Annot. et Not. Stephani, liudsoni, Wasse et Dukeri, thick royal folio, fine copy, elf. (best edition, former price, 41. 14s. 6d.) II. 8s. 6d.

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227t Opera, Gr. et Lat. Wasse et Dukeri,

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228t Gr. et Lat. Notis Variorum, HAACKII,

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230t Lat. DUKERI, Varia; Lect. 3 vols.

8vo. 9*. pub. 11. lis. 6d. Oxon, 1809

231t DUKERI, another copy, 3 vols. MS.

Notes, bs. . . . 1809

232t Gr. et Lat., variis lectionibus, BWERI,

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Oxon. 1824

J, DINDORFII, cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

Lips. 1824 i W«r, translated, with Preli


minary Discourses, by the Rev. W. Smith, (" excellent,") 2 vols. 8vo. 6*. 6d. . 1781 238t Thucitliiles, translated, by Hobbes, 2 vols. 8vo. 6*. pub. 16s. . . 1812 239tTiark's Practical German Gram. 4s. pub. 6s. 1834 240t Tiberius Rhetor de Figuris, altera parte auctior, cum Hurt Arte Rhetorica, edidit Boissonade, 8vo. (" good edit.") Is. pub. 6s. 1815 241t TICKELL (Rev. J.) History of the Town and County of KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, from its Foundation by Edward I., thick 4to. elf. neat. Hollar's plan, views, and plates of antiquities, (Dent's copy sold for 11. lbs.) Us. 1798 242t Tiedemann und Gmelin die Verdauung nach Versuchen, 4to. 2*. . Heidelberg, 1826 243t XletZ ( VOII) Characteristic Picture of ST. PETERSBURGH, CONSTANTINOPLE, and NAPOLI DI ROMANA, in 1833-4, translated from the German, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 15*. 1836 _ " Highly interesting work on countries of (rreat political interest and curiosity. The various sketches of Russian, Turkish, and Greek customs and national observances, are described in simple and convincing truth."

244t Tighe (Mrs.) Psyche, with other Poems, ("a model for purity of style, harmony of verse, and fertility of imagination, chastened by reason." "The feelings of the purest passions,") 8vo. fine portrait, 3s. pub. 12s. . . 1812

245t Tighe (W.) The Plants, a Poem, with Notes, (the rose, oak, vine, and palm,) fine paper, all the parts complete, thick 8vo. cloth, 3s. pub. 18*. 1808

246t TlllOtgon (Al'Cllbll.) Works, edited by Barker, (" the utmost perfection of art, eloquence, and perspicuity. He taught more ministers to preach well, and more people to live well, by his sermons, than any since the Apostles."Todd.) 3 thick vols, folio, good copy, c{f. portrait, 11. 2s. ... 1714

247t Sermons, edited with Life by Birch, 13

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248t Sermons, selected, with Life by Rev. J.

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24 9t Life of Tillotson, from his Papers and Letters, byBirch, 8vo. elf. fine copy,portrait inserted, 3s. . . . 1752

250t (TIMB'S) Picturesque Promenade round Dorking, cr. 8vo. h(f. elf. scarce, 2s. 6d. 1822

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252t TIN. Bayen et Charlard, Recherches Chimiques, sur I'Etain, faites et pubises, par Gouvernement, 8vo. (pp. 285) 2*. Paris, 1781

253t Tindal (Rev.W.) History and Antiquities of Evesham, chiefly compiled from MSS. in the British Museum, 4to. plates, 4s. . Evesham, 1794

254t Tindall(Dr.) Rights of the Christian Church asserted against the Romish, and all other Priests who claim an Independent Power over it, 8vo. elf. 2s. 6d. . . 1706

255t Cary (Dr.) a Physician's Phylactic against

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259t TISSOT (Dr.) delaSante desGens de Lettres, cr. Svo. 1*. . . Lausanne, 177b

2G0t Essay on the Disorders of People of Fa

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2611 Advice to People in General on their

Health, translated, 2 vols. 12mo. c(f. 3*. 1772

262t TISSOT (Dr.) Onania, its Heinous Sin, trans, lated, 8vo. scarce, 2s. 6d. . . 1755

263tTITFORD (DR.) HORTUS BOTANICLS AMERICANUS, or Descriptions of New and Valuable Plants of West Indies, and N. anil S. America, 4to. plates, 4s. pub. II. lbs. 1811

264t Tltheg, Cases at Large concerning, with Concise View of the whole Law of Tithes, the va. rious Reports, full Vindication of the Clergy respecting their Suits for Tithes, with the Learning on the Validity, &c. of Ecclesiastical Livings, by Rayner, 3 vols. 8vo. very fine copy, bright old calf backs, 6s. ... 1783

265t Tithes Indefensible, their Origin and Ef.

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266t Nettle's Answer to the Jewish Part of

Selden's Hist, of Tithes, small4to. vellum, 3*. M.

Oxford, 1625

267t Bearblock (Rev. J.) Treatise on Tithes,

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268t Selden (John) Historie of Tithes, the

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270t Jenning's History, Medical Properties, and

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272t Pauli'sTreatise on the Advantages and Disadvantages of Tobacco, Tea, Coffee, and Chocolate, translated by Dr. James, 8vo. h(f.clf. »<.2«.6<f.lN6

273t Todd (REV. H. J.) " curious and nitrating" Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Brim Walton, editor of the Polyglot, with Notices of his Coadjutors and the Authorized English Version of the Bible, with Walton's Vindication, 2 vols. 8vo. 7*. pub. U. bs. . . I?21

274t Declaration of our Reformers on Original

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276t Synoptical Table of the Pious and Learned

Writings of Rev. T. Jackson, with Biographical and other Notices, cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. . 1838

277t Vindication of Archbp. Cranmer, and of

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280t Bayle, Commentaire Philosophiqne s«r

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2J2t Marsh (Professor Herbert) on Religious

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283t Voltaire's Treatise on Religious Toleration, occasioned by the Execution of the Unfortunate John Calas, unjustly condemned and broken on the wheel at Toulouse for murder, 8vo. elf. . . . 1764

284t TOMLINS (BP.) Elements of Christian Theology for Students in Divinity, (" containing Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Scriptures, History of the Jens, Statement of the Contents of the Books of Old and New Testaments, Account of the Translations of the Bible and Liturgy, and Scriptural Exposition of 39 Articles, &c.'') 2 vols. 8vo. is. 6d. . 1799

285t Animadversions on Tomline's Elements,

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286t Introduction to the Study of the Bible,

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267t Refutation of Calvinism, 8vo. is. 6d. pub.

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288t Life of Pitt, 3 vols. 8vo. 12s. pub. 11. 16*.


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293t Toone's Glossary and Etymological Dictionary of Obsolete and Uncommon Words, illustrative of our Early Poets, cr. 8vo. 5s. pub. 10s. 1832

29<t Topham's Life of Elwes the Miser, 8vo. (" a tery singular piece of biography',') 2s. 1790

295t TOPLADY (Rev. Augustus) Works, best edition, 6 mis. Hvo. half elf. neat, scarce, 11.6s. 1794

296t Historic Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism

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297t torch (The) a Periodical, continued by the Parthenon, complete from beginning, in Nos. (forming 3 vols, and part of vol. 4,) 9». 6d. pub. 11.ISs.


298t Tor Hill, a Novel, by the author of Brambletye House, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 6s. pub. 11. lis. 6d. 1826

299t The New Forest, a Novel, by the author

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305t Tottenham, a Descriptive Poem, by Heraud, Kvo. 2s. . . 1820

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i07t Toulmin (Rev. Joshua) History of the Town of Taunton, in Somerset, 4to. map and plates, boards, is. 6d. . . 1791

!08t History of Protestant Dissenters in England, and of the Progress of Free Enquiry and

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309t Toulmin (Rev. Joshua) Memoirs of Bourn, Unitarian Pastor at Birmingham, with Letters, Biographical Notices, &c. 8vo. 4*. Bir. 1808

310t Toup, Emendationes in Suidam, ct Hesyclnum, et alios Lexicographos Gnecos, 4 vols. 8vo. (edited by Bp. Burgess, with notes by Porson,) 9*.

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31 It Tournefort (the celebrated Botanist), Compleat Herbal, or the Botanical Institutions translated, with large additions from Ray, Gerarde, Parkinson and others, with life, 2 thick vols. ito. c(f. multitude of plates, with above 4000 figures, Ss. 1719

312t Towers (Rev. Dr. J.) Tracts collected (History and Proceedings of Revolution Society in London, 1789 ; Vindication of Locke's Political Principles, 1782; Essay on Dr. Johnson, 1786; Answer to Burke, 1790; on Juries and Libels, 1789;) very thick 8vo. 3*.

313t Towgood's Dissent from the Church fully Justified, 12mo. elf.(consideredunanswerable,) 2s. 1779

314t Townsend (Rev. G.) Attempt to prove from Sir W. Drummond's Reasoning that the 12 Caesars are the 12 Signs of the Zodiac, 8vo. (curious work,) 2s.6d. . . . 1819

315t Townshend (Th.) Poems, cr. 8vo. beautiful vignettes after Stothard, 2s. . 1796

316t TOWNSON (ARCHD.) Discourses on the Evangelical History of the Resurrection of Christ; with " truly interesting" Life, by Churlon, 8vo. 3*.


317t Discourses on the IV Gospels, with Sermon on the Manner of our Lord's Teaching, 8vo. 3». . . Oxford, 1788

318t Practical Discourses, selected from his unpublished discourses, edited by Bp. Jebb, 8vo. 6<r. pub. 10.6<f. . . 1830

319t Tracts. A large assemblage of Pamphlets and Iracts on Religious Subjects, controversial, critical, 8fc. in 38 vols. 8vo. and 12mo. (about 2s. a vol.) 31. Us. . 1673-18—

320t A collection of Tracts on miscellaneous

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321t Account of the Scots Society in Norwich,

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322t Account of the Society of Oxford Methodists, their rise, &c. 1733 ; Laud's letter to Whitefield on his mistaken view of " New Birth,'' 1739; Whitefield's Sermon on ditto, 1738; Stcbbing's Sermon against the Methodists, 1739; Skerrett's ditto, on ditto, 1739; Trapp's Folly, &c. of being "Righteous overmuch," 1739 ; W. Whiston's collections on Christian Discipline, 1739, &c. &c. 8vo. elf. 3s.

323t A curious volume of old tracts between

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324t Advice to a Young Student with Method

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