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f Sonday. I am Sonday moste honorable

The need of al the weke dayes That day all thynges laborable

Ought for to reste, and gyve praise To our Creator, that alwayes

Wolde have us reste after trauayle Man, seraaunt, and thy beaste he sayes

And the other to thyne Quayle.

Monday men ought me for to call,

In whiche good workes ought to begynne Hearynge masse, the fyrste dede of all

Intendynge for to flee deedly synne
This worldly goodes truely to wynne

Wyth labour, and true exercyse
For who of good workes can not blynne

To his rewarde, shall wynne Paradysc.
| Tuesday.
f I tuesday am also named of Mars

Called of goddes armypotent I loue neuer for to be scars

Of workes, but aluayes dylygent Striaynge a^aynste lyfe indigent

Beynge in this woilde, or ellcs where To serue our lorde, with good intent

As of duiety, we are boonde here. Wenenday. | Wednesday, sothely is my name

A mydes the weke is my beynge Wherin all vertues dothe frame

By the means of good lyuynge I do remember the leuen lykynge

That was solde in my season I do worke with true meanynge

Hym for to serue, as it is reason
H Tursday.
% I am the meryest of seuen

Called tursday verely
In my time the kynge of hcuen

Made his souper merely
In forme of breade, gaue his body

To his Apostles, as it is playne
And then washed their fete raekely

And went to Olyvet mountayne. t Fryday. 'Naamed I am deuoute fryday

The wiche carethe for no delyte But to mourne, fast, deale and pray

I do set all my hole appetyte To thynke on the Jewes dyspyte

Howe they dyd Chryste on the rent And thynkynge. how I may be quyte

At the dredefull Judgement.

H Saterday: t Saterday I am comynge laste.

Trustynge on the tyme wel spent Hauynge euer mynde stedfaste

On that lorde that harrowed hell That my synnes wyjl expell

At the instaunce of his Mother Whose goodnesse dothe farre excell

Whome I serue aboue all other.

HYMN TO THE VIRGIN. Hayle sterre of (lie. sec moost radiaunte

6 mother of god moste glorious A pure virgyn alwaye perseueraonte

O gatbe of heuen moste gorgyous Thou waste saluted with greate humilite

When Gabriell sayd Ave maria, Estnblysshe vs in peace and tranquyllyte

And change the name of synftill Eua. Loose the prysonniers from captiuite

Vnto the blynde, giue syghte agayne Delyuer vs from our malygnyte

To tbende we may, some grace attayne Shewe thyselfe, to be a mother

So that he, accepte our petycyon
Whyche for our sake before all other

Was contented to be thy Sonne.
O blessyd Lady, O singuler virgyne

In perfyte mekenesse, all other exccdynge Delyuer us from boundage of synne

And make us mcke and chaste in lyuynge Make u« euer pure lyfe to sue.

Guyde us saufly: vpon our iournay That we beholdyng the face of Jesu

May ioye with hym in heuen alwaye. Glorye be to god the father

Glorye to chryste that made vs free Glorye also to the holy comforter

One god and persons thre.—Amen.


The Spirit of Popery speaking out of the mouths of Fanatical Protestants; or, the last speeches of Mr. John Kidd and Mr. John King, two Presbyterian ministers, &c. with animadversions; and the History of the Archbishop of St. Andrew's his murder. Folio. London, 1680.

Ravillac Redivivus: being a narrative of the trial of Mr. James Mitchel, who was executed the 18th of January, 1677, for an attempt which he made on the sacred person of the Archbishop of St. Andrew's. To which is annexed, an Account of the Trial of j Major Thomas Weir, who was executed for adultery, incest, &c* In which are many observable passages, especially relating to the church and state of Scotland. Folio, second edition. London, 1682.

The Spirit of Enthusiasm exorcised, in a Sermon preached before the University of Oxford, on ActSunday, July 11th, 1680. Third edition. London, 1683.

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• "Burnt between Edinburgh andLeitli attheGallowlee, April 14,1676." See "Satan's Invisible World discovered," (1808) p. 154.

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Tne Case of Infant Baptism, in Five Questions. London, 1C83.

A Sermon preached on Easter Tuesday, before the Lord Mayor of London and Aldermen, together with the Governors of the Hospitals. London, 1684.

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The Harmony of Divinity and Law, in a Discourse about not resisting Sovereign Princes. 4to. London, Y684.

Speculum Beatoe Virginia; a Discourse of the due Praise and Honour of the Virgin Mary. 4to. London, 1686.

An Apologetical Vindication of the Church of England, in answer to her Adversaries, who reproach her with the English Heresies and Schisms; with an Appendix of Papers relating to the Schism of the Church of Rome. 1687. Tlie second edition, 8vo. London, 1706.

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A Dictionary Of The Valuable Editions Of Greek And LatinAuthors, THAT HAVE APPEARED SINCE THE INTRODUCTION OF

Printing; With Brief Critical Notices Of Their Respective Merits. By Dr. W. HEBENSTREIT, of Vienna. Re-edited by E. H. BARKER, of Thetford; with English Translations of the Latin Criticisms. Now first published. [Continuedfrom No. 4.] ANTIGONUS Carystius—continued.

II. Id. Jo. Meursius recens. et Notas add. Greece, Latine.—Lcyden. Is. Elzevir, 1619. 4to. This edition is commonly considered the test.

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I. Ed. Pr. Orationes, in " Veter. Rhetor. Greecor."—Venice, Aldus. 1513. fol.

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ANTlQUvE Musicee Auctores VII. ed. Marc. Meibomius, Gr. Lat. (Continet Aristoxeni Harmonica, Euclidis Introduct., Nicomach., Alypium, Gaudent., Bacchium, Aristidem.)—Amsterdam, Elzevir, 1652. Vol. II. 4to. A superior edition, in respect both of elegance and of accuracy.


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II. Gr. Lat. Th. Munker recens. et Not. adj.—Amsterdam, Waesburg. 1676. 12mo. This edition presents anew ai.d excellent revision of the text.

III. Cum Notis Th. Munkert et suis ed. H. Verheyk, Greece, Latine.—Leyden. I 1774. 8vo. This is commonly considered the best edition.

IV. ComNotis Xylandri, cur. L. H. Teucher, Greece.—Leipsic, Sommer. 1791. 8vo. A useful and handsome manual.


I. Ed. Pr. De se ipso ad se ipsum, Greece, Lat. ed. Gu. Xylander.— Zurich, Andr. Gesner. 1558. 8vo.

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VII. Cum Comm. et ex edit. Th. Gatakeri; acc. Annott. sel. A. Dacerii, studio Geo. Stanhope.—London, 1707. 4to. This edition forms a reprint, with additional matter, of that of 1697.

VIII. Comment, quos ipse sibi scripsit, Gr. Lat. cum ind. ed. Nath. Mortis.— Leipsic, Schwickert. 1775. 8vo. A manual edition, with excellent critical notes.

IX. Commentarii ad fid. Codd. MSS. recens. et Animadv. instr. Greece, Lat. J. M. Schulz.—Sleswig, Koch. 1802. Vol. I. 8vo. (The remaining volumes were not published.) The best critical edition.

X. Greece, edid. cum Not. D. Coray.—Paris, and Leipsic, Weigel. 1817. 8vo. A classical edition.

APHTHONIUS Rhetor, et Sophists.

I. Ed. Pr. Progymnasmata Rhetor, in Tom. I. " Veter. Rhetor. Groec."— Venice, Aldus, 1508. fol.

II. Ausonii (sic) Sophistee Prreludia, Hermogenis Rhetorica, Greece.—Florence, Junta. 1515. 8vo. Avery scarce edition.

III. Progymn. Greec. Lat. Franc. Scobario interpr. cum not. et commentar. Hadamarii; ej. Aphthon. fabulee, nunc prim, in lucem prolatss.—H. Commelin. 1597. 8vo. An excellent edition.

IV. Progymn. Greec. Lat. ed. Dan. Heinsius.—Leyden. Abr. Commelin, 1626. 8vo- A classical edition. (This work was also published, in connexion with the Progymnasmata of Theo, edited by Heinsius, at Leyden, 1626. 8vo.)

V. A Rud. Agricola, et J. M. Cataneeo Latin, donata, cum schol. Lorichii, aliorq.—Amsterdam, Elzevir (1649 ) 1659. 12mo. The best Latin edition.

VI. Greece, cum Not. /. Schefferi.—Upsal. 1680. 8vo. A useful edition.

I. Ed. Pr.—Milan, Gu. Signerre. 1498. 20th Jan. 4to. This edition contains 42 leaves.

II. De re coquinaria Libri X.—Venice. 'Jo. de Cereto de Tridinio, alias Tacuin.' 3rd Aug. 1503. 4to. An improved edition.

III. Cum annotatt. Mart. Listeri, not. select, et var. lect. Hummelbergii, et alior.—London, Bowyer, 1705. 8vo. (120 copies.) An elegant edition, and much sought after. (It was reprinted in 8vo. at Amsterdam, in 1708.)

IV. Cum Not. var. cur. Th. Jans, ab Almeloveen.—Amsterdam, 1709. 8vo. This edition is usually considered the best.

V. Id. ed. Jo. M. Bernhold. Baruthi,' 1787. 1791. 8vo. (Reprinted, with a new title, at Anspach, 1800. in 8vo.) A usej'ul edition.


I. . Ed. Pr. Bibliothec. Libb. III. Benedicto Mgio interpr. add. Scip. Tetti

comment, cum ind.—Rome, Ant. Bladus. 1555. 8vo.

II. Biblioth. scil. de diis Libri III. Greece, Lat. ex rec. Tanaquilli Fabri.— Saumur, 1661. 8vo. A correct edition, with excellent critical notes.

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