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HOADLY (BENI.) An Answer to the Representation drawn up

by the Committee of the lower House of Convocation, concerning several dangerous Positions and Doctrines in the Bishop of Bangor's Preservative and Sermon. 8° Lond. 1718.

The Measures of Submission to the Civil Magistrate considered. A Sermon. 8° Lond. 1718.

Answer to Dr. Sherlock's Book, intitled, the Condition and Example of our blessed Saviour vindicated, &c. 8° Lond. 1718.

- An Account of all the considerable Pamphlets, that have been published on either Side, in the present Controversy, between the Bishop of Bangor and others, to the End of the Year 1718. go

- with the Continuation to the End of 1719. 8° Lond. 1719, 20.

The Common Right of Subjects defended : and the Nature of the Sacramental Test considered. In answer to the Dean of Chichester's Vindication of the Corporation and Test Acts. 8° Lond. 1719.

Funeral Sermon on Mr. E. Howland. 8° Lond. 1719. - Sermon before the Lords, Jan. 30. 8° Lond. 1720.

Answer to Dr. Hare's Sermon, intituled, Church Authority vindicated. Lond. 1720.

-- The D..n of W.......r still the same, or his new defence of the Bp. of Bangors Sermon considered. 8° Lond. 1720.

Charge to his Clergy. Lond. 1726. - A Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. To which are added Forms of Prayer. 8° Lond. 1735.

Lond. 1735. (2d. Edition.] The Winchester Converts: or, a full and true Discovery of the real Usefulness and Design of a late right seasonable and Religious Treatise, entitled, A plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Oxf. 1735.

- An Answer to the Winchester Converts. go Oxf. 1735.

His plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, not drawn from, or founded in, Scripture. Part. I. 8° Lond 1737.

Part. 2. 89 Lond. Camb. 1738. Letter to Clement Chevalier Esquire, concerning Fournier's Forgery on the Bishop. 8° Lond. 1757.

Refutation of Bishop Sherlock's Arguments against a Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. 8° Birm. HOADLY (BENJ.) M. D. Three Lectures on the Organs of Res

piration, read before the College of Physicians 1737. 4° Lond. 1740. Oratio Harveiana. 4° Lond. 1742.

HOADLY HOADLY (BEN),) M. D. Observations on a series of Electrical HOBOKEN (xic.) Disp. de Dysenteria. Ulir. 1662.

Experiments by Dr. Hoadly and Mr. Wilson. 4° Lond. 1756. HOADLY (sAM.) 0. PHÆDRUS.

The natural Method of teaching. Being the Acci. dence, in Questions and Answers. 8° Lond. 1683.

- Latin Accidence. 8° Lond. 1737. HOARE (PRINCE) Love's victims : The Hermit's Story. 4° Lond. 1793.

Indiscretion; A Comedy. 8° Lond. 1800.

Extracts from a Correspondence with the Academies of Vienna and St. Petersburg on the cultivation of the Arts in Austria and Prussia. To which is added a summary Account of the Transactions of the Royal Academy of London. 4° Lond. 1802.

- The Three and the Deuce. A Comic Drama. 8° Lond. 1806. HOARE (P. R.) An Examination of Sir J. Sinclair's Observations on the Report of the Bullion Committee. 8° Lond. 1811.

- Reflections on the possible Existence and supposed Ex- pedience of National Bankruptcy. 8° Lond. 1811. HOARE (Sir R. c.) 0. GIRALDUS. HOBART (Lady FRANCES) V. COLLINGES. HOBART (Sir HENRY) Reports. 4° Lond. 1641. HOBART (JAMES MOLESWORTH) 0. DRALLOC.

alias Henry Griffin, alias Lord Massey the Newmarket Duke of Ormond, &c. his Life. 2 vol. 12° Lond.

1794. HOBART (JOHN) Earl of Buckinghamshire. Appellant and Re

spondent's Cases with respect to the Drury Estates. fol. 1762. HOBBES (Thos.) of Malmsbury. 0. BOYLE. BRAMHALL. DOWEL.


Opera philosophica omnia. 4° Amst. 1668.
Confutation of a Geometrical Theorem. fol.

Elementa Philosophica de Cive. 120 Amst. up. Lud. Elz. 1647.

12° Amst. 1669.

Angl. 12° Lond. 1651. Humane Nature: or the fundamental Elements of Policy. Being a discovery of the Faculties and Passions of the Soul of Man. 12° Lond. 1650.

12° Lond. 1651. - De Corpore politico. Or the Elements of Law. 120 Lond. 1650.

- De Principiis Justi et Decori, sive, Apologia pro Hobbæi Tract. de Cive. 12° Amst. apud Elzev. 1651.

Leviathan. Or the Matter, Forme and Power of a Commonwealth ecclesiasticall and civill. fol. Lond. 1651. .

Elementa Philosophjæ. 8° Lond. 1655. - Examinatio et emendatio Mathematicæ hodiernæ. Qualis explicatur in Libris J. Wallisii. 4° Lond. 1660.


HOBBES (Thos.) Dialogus physiciis, de Natura Aeris. 4° Lond. 1661.

- Mr. Hobbs considered in his Loyalty, Religion, Reputa- tion and Manners. 12° Lond. 1662.

- 8° Lond. 1680. De Principiis et Ratiocinatione Geometrarum. 4° Lond. 1666.

- Rosetum Geometricum, cum Censura Doctrinæ Wallisianæ, de Motu. 4° Lond. 1671.

- Mr. Hobbs's state of Nature considered. A Dialogue. To which are added V Dialogues from the Author of the Occasions of the contempt of the Clergy, by J. E. 12° Lond. 1672.

-8° Lond. 1696. Some opinions of T. Hobbes considered in a second Dialogue. 12° Lond. 1673.

Principia et Problemata aliquot Geometrica, ante desperata, nunc breviter explicata et demonstrata. 4° Lond. 1674.

- Decameron physiologicum. Or Dialogues of Natural Philosophy. To which is added the Proportion of a straight Line to half the Arc of the Quadrant. 9° Lond. 1678.

- De Mirabilibus Pecci; being the Wonders of the Peak in Derbyshire. Ang.& Lat. 89 Lond. 1678.

40 An Historical Narration, concerning Heresy, and the Punishment thereof. fol. Lond. 1680.

Historia Ecclesiastica Carmine Elegiaco concinnata. 8° Aug. Trinob. Lond. 1688. - Thomæ Hobbesii Vita. Carmen. 4° Lond. 1679.;

- Angl. fol. Lond. 1680.

Behemoth. The History of the Civil Wars of England from 1640 to 1660, translated from the original written in Latin verse by himself. 12° 1680. – Vita. gu Carolop. 1681.

12° Carolop. 1681.

- 4o Carolop. 1682. - Hobbs's Tripos, in three Discourses. I. Of Humane Nature. II. De Corpore politico. III. Of Liberty and Necessity. 8° Lond. 1684.

= His Principles on Self-preservation examined. 12° HOBBS (s.) v. scHILANDER. HOBBS (STEPHEN) Margarita Chyrurgica. Containing a com

pendious Practice of Chyrurgerie. 12° Lond. 1610. HOBBY (TH0.) v. CASTIGLIONE. HOBHOUSE (Thos.) Elegy to the Memory of Dr. S. Johnson. 4° Lond. 1785.

- Kings Weston Hill, a Poem. 4" Lond. 1787. HOBLYN (ROB.) Bibliotheca Hoblyniana. 8° Lond. 1769. HOBOKEN (NIC.) Novus Ductus Salivalis Blasianus. 12° Ultraj. 1662.


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- Oratio funebris Ph. Conr. Comitis de Bentheim. 40 Ultr. 1668. - Anatomia Secundinæ humanæ. 8° Ultraj. 1669.

- 12° Ultraj. 1672.

De Sede Animæ, seu, Mentis humanæ, in Corpore hu: mano. 12° Traj. ad Rh. 1669.

-- Oratio valedictoria, de Academiarum Scholarumque Communione. 4° Steinf. 1669.

Cognitio physiologica-medica. 4° Ultraj. 1670.

- Oratio de professionis medicæ cum mathetnatica conjunctione. 4° Hard. 1670.

- Anatomia Secundinæ Vitulinæ. 12° Ultraj. 1675. HOBSON (JOHN) The Arminian haltered, who halting between

the Protestants and Papists fell into despair. Or the wicked

life and tragical death of John Hobson, by T. S. 49 1641. HOBSON (PAUL) A Garden inclosed, and Wisdom justified only of her Children. 129 Lond. 1647.

- Practical divinity. 4° Lond. 1646.

- A Treatise containing three Things. I. A Discovery of the Burthen of Sinne to a Heart sensible of Sin. II. The restlesse Resolution of a Soule to returne to God, who is sensible of his withdrawings. III. A Discovery of the Entertainment that Hearts meet with in their return to God. 12° Lond. 1653.

Fourteen Queries and ten Absurdities about the Extent of Christ's Death, the Power of the Creatures, the Justice of God in condemıning some and saving others, answered. 19

Lond. 1655. HOBSON (tuo.) Christianity the Light of the Moral World. A

Poem. 4° Lond. 1745. HOBY (Sir ED.) v. COGNET.

Letter to Mr. T. H. late Minister: now Fugitive. 49 Lond. 1609. - A Counter Snarle for Ishmael Rabshacheh. 4° Lond.

1613. HOC (LUD. PETR. LE) Quæstio medica. An aqua vitæ, aqua

mortis ? 4° Par. 1729. HOCCLEVE (Thos.) Poems selected from a MS. in the posses

sion of G. Mason. With a Preface, Notes and Glossary. 40

Lond. 1796. HOCHSTAT (JOH. Wil.) Eventus Vulnerum Partium Abdominis,

4o Argent. 1637. HOCHSTETTERUS (JOH. Phil.) Dissert. de KEQAAAATIA. 49

Jen. 1668. HOCHSTRATEN (JACOB) Destructio Cabale, contra Joh. Reuch

lin. 4° Col. 1519. HOCK (WENDELINUS) de Brackenau. Mentagra, sive, Tract. de

Causis preservativis, Regimine et Cura Morbi Gallici. 40 Ar

gent. 1514. HOCKER (JOH. ADAM) Disput. de Saccharo. 49 Giess. 1608. HOCKER (wM.) v. REYNOLDS,


HOCKERUS (JONAS) Speculum Logico-theologicum, de Persona · Christi. 4° Tubing. 1610. HOCUS POCUS, D. LEGERDEMAIN. HOD Malcuth, i. e. Gloria Regni, Hymni in Honorem Regni Di· vini. 4° Const. HODANNUS (JOH. FRID.) Dissert. de Libris legendis. 120 Ha

nov. 1705. HODDER (JAMES) Arithmetick. 12° Lond. 1661. HODDESDON (john) Sion and Parnassus. Or Epigrams on several Texts of the O. and N. Testament. 8° Lond. 1650. .

Tho. Mori Vita et. Exodus. Or the History of Sir Thomas More. 8° Lond. 1652. HODENCQ (Mich. De) Quæstio medica. An febres omnes a

flatibus? 4. Par. 1682. HODENSTEIN, O. WETTERSTEINT. HODGE (ARTHUR) His Trial for Murder. 8° Lond. 1811. HODGE (JOHN) Sermons on the Evidences of the Christian Religion. go Lond. 1758.

The character and happiness of the christian Minister briefly represented, in a Funeral Sermon on J. Mason. So

Lond. 1763. HODGE (Mr.) On the Vegetation of Plants. 8° Lond. 1811. HODGES (ANTH.) Trial for adultery between Anthony Hodges

and the Hon. Chas. Wyndham. 8° Lond. 1791. HODGES (JAMES) The present State of England, as to Coin, and

public Charges. go Lond. 1697. HODGES (JOHN) The true and only Causes of the Want of Money in these Kingdoms and the Rernedies. fol.

How to revive the Golden age. fol. HODGES (NATH.) The Christian's Gain by Death. Funeral

Sermon on Revd. J. Stennett. 8° Lond. 1713. HODGES (NATH.) Vindicia Medicinæ et Medicorum. Apology for the Profession and Professors of Physick. 8° Lond. 1666.

- Loimologia, sive, Pestis Londinensis Historia. To which is added an Essay on the Causes of Pestilential Disease, by Dr. Quincy. 9° Lond. 1671.

- Angl. Lond. 1720.

Oratio Harveiana. 4° Lond. 1684. HODGES (RICH.) A special help to Orthography. 4° Lond. 1643.

- The plainest Directions for true Writing of English. 12° Lond. 1649.. HODGES (THO.) O. WATSON.

- A Glimpse of God's Glory. A Fast Sermon. 49 Lond. 1642.

The Growth and spreading of Hæresie. A Fast Sermon.. 4° Lond. 1647.

The hoary Head crowned. A Funeral Sermon on Mrs. F. Walbank. 4° Orf. 1652.

Inaccessible Glory, or the Impossibility of seeing God's Face whilst we are in the Body. Funeral Sermon on Sir Theod, de Mayerne. 4° Lond. 1655.


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