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JOVIUS (PAUL) Episcopus Nucerinus. Opera. fol. Bas. 1578.

De Romanis Piscibus Libellus. fol. Rom. 1524.

- 120 Ant. 1528.

- Ital. tradott. da Carl. Zancaruolo. 4° Ven. 1560.

– Turcicarum Rerum Commentarius, ex Italico. Lat. Fran. Nigro interpr. 16° Par. 1538.

- Ital. 12° Ven. 1540.

Vita Jacobi Mutii Attendulæ, Cottignolæ, Sfortiæ nuncupati. Ad hæc Ægidii Alborontii Carilli Conchensis res gestæ a Joan. Genesio Sepulveda. 12° Bas. 1542.

- Elogia Virorum bellica Virtute illustrium. fol. Ven. 1546.

– fol. Bas. 1596.

Ital. trad. da Lodovico Domenichi. 4° Fir. 1554.

- Descriptio Britanniæ, Scotiæ, Hiberniæ et Orcadum. go Ven. 1548.

-- Vitæ Leonis X. Hadr. VI. & Card. Columnæ. fol. Flor. 1548.

- fol. Flor. 1551. Vitæ xi1. Vicecomitum Mediolani Principum. 4° Lutet. apud R. Steph. 1549.

Ital. trad. da L. Domenichi. 8° Ven. 1558.

_ 4° Milan. 1645. - Vita di Alphonso da Este, Duca di Ferrara, trad. da G. Gelli. 12° Ven.

. 12° Fir. 1553.
Historia sui Temporis. tom. 1. fol. Flor. 1550.

- 2 tom. fol. Lutet, apud Vascos. 1558, 1560.
- 2 tom. fol. Bus. 1578.

- Ital. per Lo. Domenichi, con Sopplimento di G. Ruscelli. 2 vol. 4° Ven. 1560.

-- 3 Part. 4° Ven. 1565—1608.

2 Part. 4° Ven. 1608.

- Gall. tom. 2, trad. par S. du Parq. Champenois. fol. Lyon. 1555.

Vitæ illustrium Virorum. fol. Flor. 1551.

- 2 tom. fol. Bas. 1578. - La Vita di Consalvo Ferrando di Cordova trad. per Lod. Dornenichi. 12° Fir. 1552.

Dialogo delle Inprese militari e amorose. 12° Rom. 1555.

Lyon. 1574.

Angł. transl. by Samuel Daniel. 8° Lond. 1585.

- trad. in Castellano por Alonso de Ulloa. 4o Lion. 1562.

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JOVIUS (PAUL) Episcopus Nucerinus. Ragionamento sopra i Motti, e Disegni, l'Arme, e d'Amore, che communemente chiamano Imprese. Con Discorso di G. Ruscelli, intorno allo stesso soggetto. 12° Ven. 1556.

- 12° Milan. 1559.

- 12° Ven. 1560. - Le Inscrittioni poste sotto le vere Imagini de gli Huomini famosi, trad. di Latino in volgare da Ippolito Orio. 120 Ven. 1558.

- Descriptio Lærii Lacus. 4° Ven. 1559.
- Elogia doctorum virorum. 8° Bas. 1571.

- fol. Bas. 1577 - Regionum et Insularum atque Locorum Descriptio. fol. Bas. 1578. JOVIUS III. Pont. Max. 0. ROMA. JOUNEAU (P. R.) Dissert. de Lue Venerea. 4° Lug. Bat. 1724. JOURDAIN (GUIBELET) Examen de l'Examen des Esprits. 80

Par. 1631. JOURDAN General. Memoirs of the Operations of the army of

the Danube under the Command of Gen'. Jourdan. 8° Lond.

1799. JOURDIN (JEAN) Le parfait Cavalier, ou la vraye Connoissance

du Cheval. fol. Par. 1655. JOURNAL, V. GIORNALE. MEDICINA. ROCHE.

Journal Spirituel. 4° Par. Verard. 1505. (IMPRESS. IN MEMBRAN.)

- Journal du Palais 23 Aoust. 1674. 4°

Le Journal des Sçavans. 105 tom. 12° Amst. 16851735. [Imperfect.]

- The Gentleman's Journal for March 1692. 4° Lond. 1692.

- Journal Literaire. Tom. 149, 11, 14, 15, 17-19.80 Haye. 1713–32. [Imperfect.]

- Journal de Hambourg, contenant divers Memoires curieux & utiles, sur toute Sorte de Sujets. 3 tom. 8° Hamb. 1694, 5.

- Nouveau Journal des Sçavans par le Sieur C****. 1694. 12° Rotterd. 1694.

- Mois de Jan. & 'Fev. 1696. 12° Berl. 1696.

Critique desinteressée des Journaux litteraires, & des Ouvrages des Savans. 3 tom. 12° Haye, 1730.

- Histoire Critique des Journaux per M. C**** tom. 1. 8° Amst. 1734.

- Journal des Savans combiné avec les Memoires des Trevoux. tom. 19—23, 25, 28–30. 12° Amst. 1756,7.

- A Journal of first Thoughts, Observations, Characters, and Anecdotes, which occurred in a Journey from London to Scarborough. 12° Lond. 1781.

- L'Esprist des Journaux François et E'trangeres. 5 tom. 12° 1782.

JOURNAL

JOURNAL. Suite du Journal commencé a Nozai. Jan. 29. 1789. 8.

No. 4. de la Correspondance. Suite du Journal, go 1789.

Journal Encyclopedique. 12° Bouill. 1783–1793. (Imperfect.]

Selections from the most celebrated foreign literary
Journals, vol. 1; 2.-8° Lond. 1798.
JOURNEAULX (PHILIP) Proceedings in a Cause, before the Par-

liament of Paris in the nature of a ravishment of ward between

P. Journeaulx and Richard Quane and others. Lond. 1743. JOURNEY. Spiritual Journey of a young Man towards the Land of Peace, transl. from the Dutch. Lond. 1659.

A short Account of a late Journey to Tuscany, Rome, and other parts of Italy. 12° Lond. 1741. JOUSSE (MATHURIN) De la Fleche. Ouverture de l'Art de Serru

rier. Theatre de l’Art de Charpentier & des cinque Ordres des Colomnes. fol. Fleche. 1627.

Le Secret d'Architecture. fol. Fleche. 1642. - Le Theatre de l'Art de Charpentier. fol. Fleche. 1650. JOUTEL (Mr.) Journal of his Voyage to Mexico. 8° Lond.

1719. JOUVENCEL (LE) fol. Par. Verard. 1493. [IMPRESS. IN MEM

BRAN.] JOUVENCI, O. JESU Societas. JOUVIN (A.) Le Voyageur d'Europe. 7 tom. 12° Par. 1672-6., JOUYSE (DAVID) Examen du Livre de Lamperiere, sur le Sujet

de la Peste: 8° Rouen. 1622. JOYAUX. Histoire des Joyaux et des principales richesses de l'Orient et de l'Occident. 12° Gen. 1667.

Angl. 12° Lond. 1671.
JOYCE (1.) System of practical Arithmetic. 12° Lond. 1808.

12° Lond. 1810.

Key to Joyce's Arithmetic. 12° Lond. 1810. JOYCE Lieut. Col. v, RIX.

Letter to all well minded people in England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland. 4° Lond. 1651. JOYE (CHAS.) Inventory of his Estate. fol. Lond. 1721. JOYE (Geo.) Jeremye the Prophet translated into English. 12° 1534.

The Exposicion of Daniel the Prophete, gathered out of Philip Melancthon, &c. 12° 1545.

_ The Conjectures of the Ende of the Worlde translated by G. Joye. 12° 1548. JOYEUSE (ANGEL DE) 0. Angelus. JOYEUSE (ARMANDUS NIC. DE) D. PILLON. JOYEUSE (LUD.) Dissert. de Morbis Capitis, Thoracis et Ab.

dominis. 4° Monsp. 1720.

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JOYNERS Company. Case of the Company against the import.

ation of Manufactured Cabinet work from the E. Indies. fol. JOYNER (william) The Roman Empress, a Tragedy. 4° Lond.

1671. JOYNES (CLEM.) v. ADAMS.

- An Essay on new Experiments. 8° Lond. JOYOSA (HEN.) Elogium. 8° Mons. 1611. IPELAER (GAB.) Disput. de Spirituum animalium in Cerebro,

Cerebelloque Confectione per Nervos distributione. 4o Lug. Bat.

1660. IPEREN (EM. VAN.) Disput. de Iliaca Passione. 4° Hard. 1671. IPERMESTRA (L') An Opera. Eng. Ital. Lond. 1797. IIIII'ANOPSITOE, V. LONDON. IPSWICH. Petition of the Bailifs, Portmen, &c. of Ipswich. 4° Lond. 1641.

Newes from Ipswich discovering detestable practices of some domineering lordly Prelates to undermine the Church. 4° Lond. 1641.

Hydro-sidereon: or a treatise of Ferruginous Waters, especially the Ipswich Spaw, by W. C. 8° Lond. 1717.

Account of Gifts and Legacies that have been bequeathed to charitable uses in the Town of Ipswich. 39 Ipsw. .

1747. IRBY (Sir AntonIE) Elisa or an Essay upon his unripe Decease.

go Camb. 1633. IRELAND, vid. GARRISON. HIBERNIA. WONDER. IRELAND (BETTY) The true life of Betty Ireland. With an

account of her elder Sister Blanch of Britain. 8° Lond. 1753. IRELAND (JOHN) v. HENDERSON. HOGARTH. IRELAND (sAM.) vid. BOADEN.

Miscellaneous Papers and legal instruments under the hand and Seal of Wm. Shakspeare: including the Tragedy of King Lear and a fragment of Hamlet. fol. Lond. 1796.

Free Reflections on miscellaneous Papers and legal Instruments under the hand of Shakspeare, in the possession of S. Ireland. To which are added extracts from the Virgin Queen; a Play. So Lond. 1796. - Vindication of his conduct respecting the publication

of the supposed Shakspeare MSS. 8° Lond. 1796. IRELAND (Thos.) The Oath of Allegiance defended. A Sermon.

Lond. 1610. IRELAND (wM.) Tryals of Wm. Ireland, Thos. Pickering and

John Grove for conspiring to murder the King. fol. Lond.

1678. IRELAND (w. .) Authentic account of the Shaksperian MSS.

Lond. 1796. - Confessions of W. H. Ireland, containing the particulars

of his fabrication of the Shakspeare MSS. 8° Lond. 1805. IREMONGER (DEL.) O. HUGHES.

IRENAUS

IRENÆUS Sanctus, Episcopus Lugdunensis. Adversus Valen.

tini et aliorum Hæreses. Gr. Lat. cum notis Gallasii. fol. 1570.

-a F. Feuardentio. fol. Col. 1596.

ab. J. E. Grabe. fol. Oron, 1702. -a R. Massuet. fol. Par. 1710.

-Lat. ah. Erasmo. fol. Bas. 1534. - Fragmenta S. Irenæi. Gr. Lat. fol. Lut. Par. 1675. IRENÆUS Philadelphus, O. MOLINÆUS. IRENÆUS Philalethes, v. BETULIUS. MOLINÆUS. IRENÆUS (M. Jo.) Apologia pro Sexu Foemineo, versa per J.

Broscium. 12° Franc, 1544. IRENICUM, in quo Casus Conscientiæ præcipui, de Viis quæ

rendæ, et constituendæ, in Ecclesias Evangelicas Pacis, proponuntur et deciduntur. 4° Lond. 1654.

-- Irenicum, or an Essay towards brotherly love and union, by D. T. 4" Lond. 1659. IRENICUS (FRANC.) Exegesis Germaniæ. Oratio Protreptica

in Amorem Germaniæ. Urbis Norinbergiæ descriptio, Con. Celte enarratore. fol. Hag. 1518.

-- Germaniæ Descriptio. fol. Franc. 1570. IRETON (HEN.) O. ARMY. CROMWELL. OWEN, PETERS.

- Petition of his Regiment to the Lord General. 4° Lond. 1648.

- Sad news from Ireland by the Lord Deputy Ireton. 4° Lond. 1651. IRETON (JOHN) D. TICHBORN.

- His oration on choosing a Lord Mayor. 4° Lond. 1659. IRGENS (ANDREA) Oratio de voto Salomonis ex 1 Reg. III. 9. 40

Harl. 1676. IRHOVEN (GUL. AB) Disput. de Spatio vacuio. 4° Lug. Bat.

1721. ÍRHOVIUS (GUL.) De , Palingenesia Veterum, seu, de Metem

psychosi Pythagorica. 4° Amst. 1733. IRIARTE (Joh.) Regiæ Bibliothecæ Matritensis Codices Græci

Mss. vol. I. fol. Matrit. 1769. IRISH (DAVID) Levamen Infirmi: or Counsel to the sick and diseased. 8° Lond. 1700.

Animadversio Astrologica: or a Discourse on Astrology. 8° Lond. 1701. IRNSINGER (SIMON) Beschreibung seines Pflasters. 4° 1660.IRON. The Interest of Great Britain in supplying herself with Iron, impartially considered. 8".

Case of the Manufacturers of Iron and Steel in the Colonies. fol.

- Reasons for and against making of Iron and Copper in America. fol.

- Letter concerning the Importation of Swedish Iron from Holland. fol.

- The Case of the Manufacturers of Iron and Steel for Exportation. fol.

. IRON.

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