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JACOBUS I. Angliæ Rer. The Prince's Cabbala or Mysteries of State. 12° Lond. 1715.

-- Religio Regis-his instructions to Prince Henry. 12° Lond. 1715.

Vando y Leyes contra la Fe Catolica, con su Respu. esta, traduzidas de Latin por D. B. de Cleremond. 40 JACOBUS II. Angliæ Rer. V. ANSELME. BERKELEY. BURNET.


- A Gallant Speech of, to Sir T. Fairfax. With the Answer. 4° Orf 1647.

- Declaration on going away from St. James's. 4° Lond. 1648.

— An heroical Song of the Achievements of the Duke of York. fol. 1660. - A summary Narration of the signal Victory of James Duke of York, against the Fleet of the united Netherlands, June 3, 1665. 4° Lond. 1665.

- England's Safety: or two Votes of the last Parliament concerning the Duke of York's being a Papist. fol. Lond. 1679. - A Letter from a Gentleman in the City to one in the Country, concerning the Bill for disabling the Duke of York to inherit the Crown. 4° Lond. 1680.

- The great and weighty considerations relating to the Duke of York, offered to the King and Parliament, considered. fol. Lond. 1600.

- A Poem to his Royal Highness the Duke of York, upon his Return to the Care and Management of the Navy. gö Lond. 1684.

-- Declaration of Parliament proclaiming Him King. fol. Lond. 1684.

– An account of what his Majesty said upon first coming to Council. fol. Lond. 1684.

- The King's Speech in Parliament, May 22. fol. Lond. 1685.

- Relacion de las Festas en Bilboa, en Ocasion de la Coronacion. 4° Bilb. 1685.

Articles of Peace and Commerce with Algiers. 4° o nd. 1687.

- His Majesties Proclamation of Pardon, fol. Lond. 1688.

- The King's declaration against the Prince of Orange. fol. Lond. 1688.

An Account of several persons being taken who had embarked with his Majesty Jas. II. fol. 1688..

- Edovardus Confessor redivivus. The Piety and Virtues of Edward the Confessor revived in King James II. 40 Lond. 1688.

Speech to the Council about the Birth of his Son, with the Depositions. fol. Lond. 1688.


JACOBUS II. Magnæ Britanniæ Rer. A full Answer to the

Depositions, &c. concerning the Birth of his Son. fol. Lond. 1689.

- A true Representation how Matters were carried on all along in Ireland, by the late King James, in favour of the Irish Papists there. 4° Lond. 1689.

De Engelsche Julianus of den afvalligen Koning van Groot Brittanje Jacobus de Tweede. 4° Amst. 1689.

Letter to the Convention from St. Germains. fol. 1688.

Declaration to his subjects. fol. Lond. 1689.

- Proclamation against the owning of the late King Jas. II. fol. Lond. 1689.

An answer to the late King James's declaration from Dublin Castle. 4° Lond. 1689.

- A remonstrance and Protestation of all good Protestants against deposing King James II. 4° Lond. 1689.

A true Narrative of the Murders, Cruelties, &c. perpetrated in Ireland by the late King James's Agents, since his Arrival there. Lond. 1690.

- A Proclamation requiring certain of his Adherents to surrender. fol. Lond. 1690. - Account of his Transactions in Ireland. 4° 1691.

- Royal Tracts. Part. I. Containing Speeches, Declarations, Letters, &c. of King James. Par. II. Containing Imago Regis. 12° Par. 1692.

- King James's Letter to his Privy-Counsellors, with just Reflections upon it and upon the pretended Prince of Wales. 4° Lond. 1692.

An • Enquiry into the Nature and Obligation of Legal Rights: with Respect to the Popular Pleas of the late K. James's remaining Right to the Crown. 4° Lond. 1693. - An Answer to his last Declaration. 4° Lond. 1693.

- Histoire secrette de son Voyage à Calais. 12° Col. 1696.

- A List of his Irish and Popish Forces found in France. fol. Lond. 1697.

His Manifesto answered. 4° Lond. 1697.
Historical Poem upon him. fol. Lond. 1701.
Account of his Sickness and Death. 4° Lond. 1701.
A Funeral Oration upon him. 4° Lond. 1702.

Sacra Exequialia, in ejus Funere, Romæ exhibita, et a Carolo de Aquino descripta. fol. Rom. 1702.

The Life of James II. 8° Lond. 1702. - Memoirs of James II. containing an account of the last XII years of his Life. 3° Lond. 1702.

- Original Letters of the late King James II. and others to his Friends in England; with the Depositions of Thos. Jones and Thos. Witherington, published by W. Fuller. 8° Lond., 1702.

- The pious Sentiments of James II. 12° Lond. 1704.
Apotheosis Basilike. 4° Par. 1708.


JACOBUS II. Magnæ Britanniæ Rer. State Amusements, se

rious and hypocritical fully exemplified in the Abdication of King James II. 8° Lond. 1711.

- Memoirs of the English Affairs, chiefly naval, from 1660 to 1673. go Lond. 1729. JACOBUS V. Scotiæ Rex. Ballad for a Country wedding. fol. - Christ's Kirk on the Green. 12° Edinb. 1718.

-- Miscellanea Scotica : containing the Life and death of James Vth of Scotland; the navigation of that King round Scot

land. And the Chamæleon. 8° Lond. 1710. JACOBUS Forliviensis. 0. FORLIVIO. JACOBUS Magnus. Sophologium. 4° Par. 1516. JACOBUS Montisrosarum Dux. 0. GRAHAME. JACOBUS Nobilis Danus. Hodoeporicon Ruthenicum. 4° Franc.

1608. JACOBUS (JOHAN.) Problemata miscellanea circa fundamenta

Medicinæ physiologicæ occurrentia. 4° Jen. 1662. JACOBUS (Jon, Dav.) Stemma Sueonum in Cælo Heraldico. 49

Jen. 1691. JACOBUS (J0H. Petr.) Dissert. de Somniis vere divinis. 4o Ro

tenb. 1695. JACOBUS (MAGDALIUS) Gaudensis. Correctorium Bibliæ. 4°

Col. 1508. JACOBUS (NICOL.) Disput. de Elementorum inter se mixtione.

Marp. 1592. JACOBUS Stapulensis, 0. FABER. JACOMBE (SAM.) 7. BATES. PATRICK.

- Moses's Death. A Sermon on the death of Edw. Bright. 4° Lond. 1657. JACOMBE (T.) 0. CATALOGUS. JACOMBE (Tho.) Enoch's walk and change. A Funeral Sermon on R. Vines. 4° Lond. 1656.

– The active and publick Spirit. A Sermon. 4° Lond, 1657.

- God's mercy for Man's mercy: a Spittle Sermon. 4° Lond. 1657. JACOMBE (1.) The upright Man's Case. A Funeral Sermon on M. Martyn. 4° Lond. 1682.

Abraham's Death. A Funeral Sermon, and Life of T. Case. 4° Lond. 1682. JACOPO, V. POGGIO. JACOTIUS, V. HIPPOCRATES. JACQUEMAERT Curé de Brissarthe. Observations impartiales

sur la Seance du 4 au 5, addresses a Nosseigneurs des Etats ge

neraux. 8° JACQUEMAR (Mr.) 0. PASQUIN. JACQUEMIER (PET.) Quæstio medica, an sanguis a sanguine? 4° Par. 1695.

- Quæstio medica, an in Asthmatis paroxysmo purgandum? 4° Par. 1696.


JACQUES (GAB. Ant.) Quæstio an Aër frigidus et siccus salubrior? 4° Par. 1717.

Quæstio an mulieres pluribus obnoxiæ morbis, quam viri ? 4° Par. 1718. JACQUES (JÁC.) Le Demon travesti decouvert & confus. 12

Lyon. 1673. i JACQUIER (P.) 0. BARTHELEMY. JACQUIN (NIC. JOSEPH) Enumeratio Stirpium quæ sponte crescunt in agro Vindobonensi, go Vindob. 1762.

- Selectarum Stirpium Americanarum Historia. fol. Vindob. 1763.

- Hortus Botanicus Vindobonensis. 3 vol. fol. Vind. 1770–76.

- Observationes Botanicæ. Partes IV. fol. Vindob. 1764. - Flora Austriaca. 5 tom. fol. Vien, 1773–78.

Oxalis Monographia Iconibus illustratus. 4° Vienn. 1794. JADAIA Rabbi. An Investigation of Causes arising from the

Organisation of the World. Translated by Rabbi Tob. Good

man. 12° Lond. 1806. JÆGER (JOH. HEN.) Dissert. de Quietis. 4° Brem. 1704. JAEL (CURTIUS) 0. GOEDDÆUS. JÆNICHIUS (PETR.) Meletemata Thorunensia, seul, Disserta

tiones ad Historiam Poloniæ, et Prussiæ spectantes. 3 tom. 12°

Thorun. 1726. JÆNISCH (PETR.) Disput. de Morbo Hungarico. 4° Lug. Bat.

1663. JAGEL (R. ABRAHAM) Catechismus Judæorum. Heb. & Lat. a

Ludov. Compiegne de Veil. 12° Lond. 1679. JAGER (CHRISTOF.) Sieben jahrige Welt Beschauung. 4° Nurnb.

1674. JAGERN (JOH. Gerh.) Liber Galeni de Symptomatum causis in

Theses contractus. 4° Argent. 1631. JAGERSCHMIDT (JOH. vict.) Dissert. de Cephalalgia. 4o Alt. 1683.

- Dissert. de Epilepsia Infantum. 4° Alt. 1684. JAGERUS (JOH, WOLFGANG.) Examen Theologiæ novæ Poireti et Antoniettæ de Bourignon. go Tubing. 1708.

- Epistola responsoria ad Poiretum. 8° Tubing. 1708.

- Judicium sine Effectu, de duobus Adversariis, Lockio et Poireto. 8° Franc. 1708.

Examen Theologiæ mysticæ veteris et novæ, cum tribus Append. go Franc. 1709.

Defensio Imperatoris contra Bullas Curiæ Romanæ. 4° Tubing. 1709. JAGO displayed. 8° Lond. JAGO (RICH.) The causes of Impenitence considered, a Sermon. 8° Oxf. 1755.

The nature and grounds of a Christian's Happiness in and after death. A Sermon on the death of Ann Countess of Coventry. 8° Oxf. 1763.


JAHN (CHR.) Dissert. de Apoplexia. 4° Rint. 1707.
JAHN (FRED. GUIL.) Systema influxus physici, &c. 40 Vitemb.

1739. JAHN (JOH. GOTH.) Schediasma de Infantibus supposititiis. 4°

Lips. 1671. JAILLOT (HUBERT) Atlas Geographique. 4° Augs. JALIGNY (GUIL.) Histoire de Charles VIII. Par G. de Jaligny & André de la Vigne. Edit. par T. Godefroy. Par. 1617.

- fol. Par. 1684. JALLABERT (Joh.) De Philosophiæ experimentalis utilitate illiusque et Matheseos concordia. Oratio. 4° Geneo. 1710.

- Experiences sur l’Electricité. 8° Gen. 1748. JALON (JO. FRID.) Positiones medicæ de Phrenitide. 4o Lug. B.

1713. JALOUSY. De verwarde Jalousy. 12° Amst. 1663. JAMAICA, 0. ASSIENTO.

- A true Description of Jamaica. 49 Lond. 1657.

- A Narrative of the Great Success at Jamaica, with the taking the Plate Fleet. 4° Lond. 1658.

- Narrative of Affairs in Jamaica. fol. Lond. 1680.

The present State of Jamaica, with the Life of Columbus, and Sir Hen. Morgan's Voyage to, and Seige of, Panama. 12° Lond. 1683.

- The Laws of Jamaica, with the State of the Island as under the Government of Sir Thomas Lynch. fol. Lond. 1684.

- Letter from a Merchant at Jamaica to a Member of Parliament, touching the African Trade. To which is added a Speech made by a Black at Guadaloupe at the Funeral of a . fellow-Negro. 8° Lond. 1709.

- The Case of the Island of Jamaica in relation to Privateers. fol. 1710.

- The Assiento Contract considered, as also the Advantages and Decay of the Trade of Jamaica and the Plantations. 8° Lond. 1714.

The address of the Assembly of Jamaica to the King. fol. 1716.

– The State of Jamaica. 8° Lond. 1726.
- A new History of Jamaica. 9° Lond. 1740.
The History of Jamaica. 3 vol. 4° Lond. 1774.

The Act of Assembly for the better government of Slaves. 4° Lond. 1788.

- Letter from a Friend at Jamaica, giving an Account of the Proceedings of the Faction there. 8° Lond.

- The Importance of Jamaica to Great Britain. 8° Lond.

Regulations touching the Plantation Trade. fol. - Considerations on behalf of Jamaica, fol. - The Case of the Inhabitants and Planters of Jamaica.


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