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HOOKE Reponse aux Considerations de M. Auzout. 40 Per. 1665.

Micrographia: or some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying Glasses. fol. Lond. 1667.

Animadversions on the first part of the Machina Cælestis of J: Helvetius. 4° Lond. 1674.

An Attempt to prove the Motion of the Earth. 49 Lond. 1674. - A Description of Helioscopes, and other Instruments made by him. 4° Lond. 1676.

-- Lampas: or descriptions of some mechanical Improvements of Lamps and Waterpoises. 4° Lond. 1677.

- Lectures and Collections. Cometa. Microscopium. 4° Lond. 1678.

- Lectures de Potentia restitutiva, explaining the Power of springing Bodies. 4° Lond. 1678.

- Philosophical Collections. No. 1 to 7. 4° Lond. 1678.

- The posthumous Works of Dr. Hooke, containing his Cutlerian Lectures and other philosophical Discourses. Published by Kich. Waller. fol. Lond. 1705.

- Philosophical Experiments and Observations of the late Dr. Hooke and other eminent Virtuoso's; published by W. Derham. 89 Lond. 1726.

Micrographia restaurata, or Copper-Plates of Dr. Hooke's Discoveries by the Microscope. fol. Lond. 1745. HOOKE (1.) 0. Tasso. HOOKE (w.) v. CATECHISM. DAVENPORT.

- New England's tears for Old England's fears. A Fast Sermon. 4° Lond. 1641. HOOKER (J.) v. HOLINSHED. HOOKER (RICH.) v. BARKSDALE. COVELL. WALTON.

Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Politie. With some Tracts and Sermons. fol. Lond. 1632.

- fol. Lond. 1676.

- fol. Lond. 1723.'

- The 6th and 8th Bookes of the Ecclesiastical Politie. 4° Lond. 1648.

- Abridgment of his Works. With his Life. gộ Lond. 1705. HOOKER (Thos.) The danger of desertion, a farewell Sermon.

Together with ten particular rules to be practised every day by converted Christians. 4° Lond. 1641.

- The faithful Covenanter. A Sermon. 4° Lond. 1644.
- An Exposition of the Lords Prayer. 4° Lond. 1645.
- The Saint's Guide. 12° Lond. 1645.

A Survey of the Summe of Church Discipline. Wherein the way of the Churches of New England is warranted. 4' Lond. 1648.

-- The Covenant of Grace opened in several Sermons. 40 Lond. 1649.

- The Saints' Dignitie and Dutie, together with the Danger of Ignorance and Hardnesse. 4° Lond. 1651.

nd Dyte 165. HOOKES

HOOKES

HOOKES (N.) Amanda, a Sacrifice to an unknown Goddesse, or

a free will offering of a loving Heart to a Sweet-Heart. 80

Lond. 1653. HOOLA (THEOD.) Disput. de Nepbritide. 4° Lug. Bat. 1699. HOOLCK (CORN. GROEN VANDER) Disput. de Justitia universali

et Jure. Lug. Bat. 1624. HOOLE (c.) v. CATO. CORDERIUS.

- An easy Entrance to the Latin Tongue. 12° Lond. 1649.

- Terminationes et Exempla Declinationum et Conjugationum. 12° Lond. 1650.

Propria quæ maribus, Quæ Genus & As in præsenti English'd and explained. 12° Lond. 1650.

- Latin and English Grammar. 12° Lond. 1653.
-Examinatio Gram. Latinæ. 12° Lond. 1660.

The Accidence examined and explained. 12° Lond. 1702. HOOLE (JOHN) 0. TASSO.

- Timanthes, a Tragedy. 8° Lond. 1770.

Cleonice, Princess of Bithynia, a Tragedy. 8° Lond. 1775. HOOLE (Mr.) Account of the Life and writings of John Scott of

Amwelì. go'
HOOLE (SAM.) Sermons, 8° Lond. 1786.
HOOLWERFF (JAC. AB) Disput. de Asthmate. 4° Lug. Bat. 1673.
HOOPER (GEO.) Bishop of Bristol. Sermon on Gal. V. 22, 23.
Lond. 1682.

Sermon on Luke XVI. 8° Lond. 1691. .
Sermon on John VII. 17. 4° Lond. 1694.
Fast Sermon before the Commons. 4° Lond. 1701.

Charge to the Clergy. 4° Oxf. 1716.
HOOPER Bp. of Gloucester, 0. HOPER.
HOOPER (MARG.) Most fearfull newes from the Bishoprick of

Durham, being the Relation of M. Hooper being possessed

by the Deyil. 4° Lond. 1641. HOOPER (R.) A Compendious Medical Dictionary. 8° Lond. · 1798.

- The Physicians Vade-mecum. 12° Lond. 1809. HOOPER (sam.) A Catalogue of the Mss. in the Cottonian Li

brary. 8° Lond. 1777. HOOP PETTICOAT. The enormous Abomination of the Hoop

Petticoat, by A. W. 8° Lond. 1745. HOORN (BVERH. VAN) Disput. de partibus sanguificationem incohantibus primariis, 4° Franek. 1648.

- Disput. de Partibus animalibus. 4° Franek. 1649.

Disp. de Partibus locomotivis. 4° Franek. 1649.

Disput. de Partibus Oculorum deque Auriculis. 40 Franek. 1649. .

Disput. de Partibus similaribus. 4° Franek. 1649. - Disput. de Lacte. 4° Franek, 1649. HOORN (GUL. VANDER) Disput. de Pleuritide. 4° Tr.ad Rh. 1660.

Hippocrates de Circuitu Sanguinis, Exercitatio. 4° Lug. Bat. 1660. HOORN (J. G. VAN) English and Dutch Grammar. With a Nomenclature. 12° Lond. 1690.

HOORN

HOORN (3. von.) Lectio tertia de Generatione humana. 8° Upsal. 1709.

The twenne uti korta Fragor och Swar Troligen underwisande Jordegummor Siphra och Pua. 8° Stockh. 1719. HOORNBEECK (JOH.) Oratio de studio SS. Theologiæ. 4° Ultr. 1644.

- De Paradoxis et Heterodoxis Weigelianis. 12° Ultraj. 1646.

Oratio in obitum Caroli de Maets. 4° Ultr. 1651.
Oratio de Scholis theologicis. 4° Lug. Bat. 1654.
Oratio de Ecclesiarum inter se Communione. 4° Ulir.

1654.

- Dissertatio theologica de Peste. 12° Lugd. Bat. apud Elzev, 1655.

Pro convincendis, et convertendis Judæis, Libri octo. 4o Lugd. Bat. 1655. - Oratio in obitum D. Jacobi Revii. 4o Lug. 1658.

Dissert. de Consociatione Evangelica Reformatorum et Augustanæ Confessionis. 4° Lugd. Bat. apud Elzev. 1663.

Libri II. de Conversione Indorum et Gentilium. 49 Amst. 1669. HOORNBEECK (PETRUS AB) Carmen de Salomonis primo Ju

dicio. 4° Amst. 1668. HOORNBEECK (TOBJAS) Oratio in laudem Astrologiæ. 4° Harl. · 1679. HOORNE (WILLEM YSBRANTSZ BONTEKOE VAN) Journael ofte beschriivinge van de Oost-Indische Reyse. 4° Amst. 1648.

-4° Utrecht, 1649. ..

- 4° Amst. 1650. HOORNENBURGH (JOACH. AB) Quæstio de Sale. 4° Amst. 1659.

- Quæstio de Eclipsi Paschali. 4° Amst. 1659. HOP (CORNELIUS) Disputatio de acquirendo rerum Dominio jurç

Gentiurn. 4° Lug. Bat. 1705. HOP (GUL. Henr.) Disputatio ad Senatus consultum Vellejanum.

4o Lug. B. 1704. HOPE. A door of Hope: or a call and declaration for the

gathering together of the first ripe Fruits unto the Standard of

our Lord, King Jesus. 4° 1660. HOPE, a Poetical Essay. 4® Lond. 1745. HOPE (Sir w.) v. SOLEISEL.

- The compleat Fencing-master. 12° Lond. 1692.

The Swordsman's Vade mecum. 12° Lond. 1694. - New Method of fencing. 4° Edinb. 1714.

A Vindication of the true Art of Self-Defence. 89 Edinb. 1724. HOPER (HEN. AND.) Dissert. de Polemoscopio. 4o Jen. 1709. HOPER (John) Bishop of Gloucester. O. RIDLEY.

- An oversight and deliberacion upon the holy Prophete Jonas in sevene Sermons. 12° Lond. 1550.

An Homelye to be read in the Tyme of Pestylence & a moste presente Remedye for the same. 4° Worcester, 1553.

HOPFFSTOCKH HOPFFSTOCKH (CAR. MAX.) Machiavellus ante Machiavellum

ex historia Lacedæmoniorum productus. 4o Jen. 1668. HOPFNER (CHRIST.) Betrachtung der Kurtzheit des Meschli

chen Lebens. 4° Embd. 1661. HÖPFNER (Joh. Chr.) Dissert. de Morbis Hepatis ex Anato

mia ducendis. Halæ. 1726. HÖPFNER (JOH. Wilh.) Disput. de Hæmorrhagia in genere. 4°

Jen. 1640. HOP-GARDEN. A perfect platform of a Hop-Garden. 40

Lond. 1653. HOPING (JOH. ABR. JAC.) Chiromantia harmonica, et Institu

tiones Chiromanticæ. Germ. Jen. 1681. HOPINGK (THEOD.) Panegyricus Hermanno Vulteio. 49 Marp. 1634.

- Tract. de prisco et novo Jure Sigillorum. 4° Norib. 1642. HOPITAUX. Ordonnance du Roy, portant réglement général concernant les Hôpitaux militaires. 12° Par. 1647.

-- Recueil des Edits et Declarations concernant les Hôpitaux et Maladeries de France. fol. Par. 1675.

Institution et réglement de l'Hôpital de Nôtre Dame dans la Ville d'Aix. 3° Air. 1688.

- Etat general des Unions faites des Biens et Revenus des Maladeries, Leproiseries, Aumôneries et autres Lieux pieux,

aux Hôpitaux des pauvres malades. 4° Par. 1705. HOPKINS (CHARLES) Pyrrhus King of Epirus, a Tragedy. 46 Lond. 1695.

- Boadicea Queen of Britain, a Tragedy. 4° Lond. 1697.

Friendship improved, or, the Female Warrior, a Tragedy. 4° Lond. 1700. HOPKINS (EZEK.) Bishop of Londonderry. Funeral Sermon - on Hon. Alg. Grevil. 4° Lond. 1663.

- The almost Christian discovered, in several Sermons. 129 Lond. 1693.

- A second Volume of Discourses on several Subjects. 8° Lond. 1693. HOPKINS (GEO.) Salvation from Sinne by Jesus Christ. 12°

Lond. 1655. HOPKINS (3.) Sermon. Ezra VII. 26, 27. 12° Lond. 1604. HOPKINS (JOHN) Amasia, or the Works of the Muses. A col

lection of Poems. 3 vol. 8° 1700. HOPKINS (JOHN) 0. BEVERIDGE. BIBLIA. PSALMI. WILLIAMS. HOPKINS (MARMADUKE) Murmurers reproved. A Sermon. 4°

Lond. 1689. HOPKINS (MATTHEW) The discovery of Witches. 4° Lond.

1647. HOPKINS (T.) Bank Notes the cause of the disappearance of

Guincas, and of the course of Exchange against us whilst the

balance of Trade is in our favour. 8° Lond. HOPKINS (WILLIAM) Animadversions on Mr. Johnson's Answer to Jovian. 8° Lond. 1691. VOL. III.

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HOPKINSON

HOPKINSON (JOH.) Synopsis Paradisi. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1593. HOPNERUS (JOH. HIER.) Dissert. de animæ immortalis traduc

tione. 4° Lips. 1649. · HOPONTANUS (PAUL.) Dissert. de Prooemio Logicæ. 49

Haum. 1709. HOPPENSTEDT (CHRIST. cas.) Pæstilentiæ averruncus sive de avertenda Peste Theses. 4° Helm. 1712.

- Epistola de Saturno ejusque Annulo. 4° Helm. 1713.

Epistola de Sole ejusque Luce. 4o. Helm. 1713. --- Specimen Mathematicum de Machina planetaria, sive de Hypothesi Copernicana Machina singulari illustrata. 4o Helm. 1714.

Beschreibung, und Anzeige des neu inventirten Taucher-kleides, oder, Wasser-Machine. 4o 1717. HOPPERUS (J.) v. CONRINGIUS. .

- De Verâ Jurisprudentia, Lib. XII. fol. Ant. apud Plant. 1590.

Cura H. Conringii. 4° Brunso. 1656. HOPPERUS (MARC.) v. PROCLUS. HOPPESTEYN (PETR.) Disput. de Cholera. 4" Lug. Bat. 1673. HOPPESTEYN (s.) Disput. de Dysenteria. 4° Lug. Bat. 1717. HOPPIUS (FRID. PET.) De Servis litteratis Commentatio. 4° Hal.

Mag. 1720 HOPPIUS (JACOBUS) Quæstio de Phantasia. 4° Witt. 1665. HOPPIUS (JOAN. BEN.) Cautiones in curando Hydrope. 4° Witt.

1713. HOPPIUS, (SAM. JOACH.) De Scriptoribus Historiæ Polonicæ

Schediasma. 4° Dant. 1707. HOPTON (ARTHUR) Almanacks for 1607, 8, 11, 12. 12° Lond.

The topographical Glass. 4° Lond. 1611.

A Concordancy of Yeares. 8° Lond. 1615. HOPTON (Lady e.) 0. Whatman. HOPTON (RALPH) Lord. 0. CHUDLEIGH. HULL. MOHUNE. PENDENNIS. WALLER.

- Remarkable Passages of the overthrow of Sir R. Hopton, with the taking of the High Sherife (Sir E. Fortescue) Prisoner. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A true relation of the Victory of Sir R. Hopton over Lord Stamford's Forces in Cornwall. 4° Oxf. 1642.

- A Remonstrance or Declaration of the names of the Knights and Gentlemen that take part with Sir R. Hopton and other Delinquents in Devonshire and Cornwall. 4° Lond. 1642.

- Declaration of the Lords and Commons for the prevention of a most horrid and unnatural Designe pursued by Sir R. Hopton and his Adherents. 4° Lond. 1642.

Sir R. Hopton and all his forces coming in to Parliament. 4° Lond. 1646.

- Account of the disbanding of Sir R. Hopton's Army in Cornwall, and of Sir T. Fairfax's advance to Exeter. 4° Lond. 1646.

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