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THE

BIBLIOGRAPHER'S MANUAL

or

ENGLISH LITERATURE

OONTAINING

AN ACCOUNT OF RARE, CURIOUS, AND USEFUL BOOKS, PUBLISHED
IN OR RELATING TO GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, FROM THE
INVENTION OF PRINTING; WITH BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL
NOTICES, COLLATIONS OF THE RARER ARTICLES, AND THE PRICES
AT WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN SOLD IN THE PRESENT CENTURY

BY

WILLIAM THOMAS LOWNDES.

NEW EDITION, REVISED, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED,

BY HENRY G. BOHN.

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LONDON:
HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.

1859.

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NOTICE TO THE FOURTH PART.

So much has been done to the present Part, that to enumerate all the articles revised would almost amount to reprinting the whole of the titles.

The curious enquirer may refer to Galleries, Gibbon, Gilpin, Goethe, Goldsmith, Gould, Gray, Greene, Gregson, Haliburton, Hall, Halle, Hallam, Hamilton, Hearde, Herbert, Herodotus, Heywood, Hoare, Hobbes, Hogarth, Holinshed, Holland's Basiliologia, Homer, Hone, Hood, Hook, Horæ, Horace, Hume, Hunt, Hunter, and Hutton.

Full half the work is now completed, and the most difficult part of the task overcome; it is therefore hoped that the remainder will proceed with less delay than heretofore. But there is no intention of letting speed take the place of care, and Subscribers are requested, under any circumstances, to await the completion with reasonable patience.

The book does not pay at its present price, the Publisher therefore reserves to himself the right of advancing it to NonSubscribers immediately after publication of the concluding Part.

HENRY G. BOHN.

York Street, Covent Garden,

April 25, 1859.

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shohad A. - See Dia-I G. G.-See GRECO, Gioachimo.

LOGUE. GILBY, G. G. of S.-A facetious Poem
Anthony. GOLD-I in Imitation of the Cherry and
ING, Arthur. Slae, giving Account of the En-

G. A.-The be- tertainment Love and Despair got nefite that Chris- in the Highlands of Scotland ; retians receyve by vealed in a Dream to one in Pur

Jesus Christ cru- suit of his stoln Cows. By G. G. cified, translated out of French into of S. Edinb. 1701. 12mo. English by A. G. Printed by H. G. H.-The Mirrour of Majestie. Bynneman, n. d. 12mo.

| Lond. 1618. See MIRROR. Sotheby, 1856, 31. 18s.

G. I.-De Rebus sub imperio G. A.-The Widdow's mite cast Marchionis Monterosarum in Scotia into the Treasure-house of the Pre- gestis. Lond. 1647. 18mo See rogatives, and Prayses of the Vir- | WISHART. gin Mary. With allowance, 1619.

Heath, 4465, 14s. 6d. 12mo.

G. I.-M. Some laid open in his Bright, 11. 158.

| coulers; wherein the indifferent G. B.-See GARTER, Bernard. reader may easily see how wretch

G.C.-A Watch-worde for Warre. edly and basely he hath handeled Cambridge, 1596. 4to.

the cause against M. Penri, done A religious discourse,consisting ofthirty by an Oxford man to his friend in leaves, dedicated to the Mayor and Alder- | Cambridge. Without place or date, men of King's Lynne. G. C.-Secrets of Angling, im

secretly printed (circa 1588). 12mo.

Bright, 11. 5s. parting the best and choicest Ex- |

G. J.-An Apologie for Women periments for taking all sorts of

of Kinde. Lond. Éd. Allde, 1605. 4to. Fish, with Fly, Worme, Paste and A poetical tract. Inglis' Old Plays, i. other baits, by C. G., a brother of 61. 83, 6d. Heber, pt. iv. 760, 31. 1s. the angle. Lond. for R. Baldwyn. G. J.-The Maske of Flowers 1705. 12mo.

presented by the Gentlemen of In prose, 24 pages. Besides Recipes for Graies Inne at the Court of WhiteAngling, it contains others for Japanping, Oyl and Water Colours.

| hall in the Banquetting House "Sotheby's in 1823, 20s. Nassau, pt. i. upon Twelfe-night 1613. By 1236, 78.

J. G., W.D., and T.B. Lond. 1614. G. C.—The Minte of Deformities.

| 4to. Lond. W. Jones, 1600. 4to.

The last of the solemnities performed An amusing Satire upon the Vanity and

at the marriage of the Earl of Somerset change of Apparel, and of the Proneness

with the Lady Frances, daughter to the of the English in their imitation of Fo

Earl of Suffolk. Rhodes, 351, 21. 6s. Roxreigners. Heber, pt. iv. 758, 41. 148. 60.

burghe, 4210, 11. 5s. G. E.-See GIBSON, Edmund.

LG. J. – Dreadful Burning of GRANT, Edward.

London, a Poem. Lond. 1667. 4to. G. F.-See GODWIN, Francis.

Nassau, pt. i. 1507 (with other tracts), GOLDSMITH, Francis.

51. 15s, 6d.

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