Page images
PDF
EPUB

VINSTERNARV (JOANNES). Oratio facta in capitulo provinciali

Uverdee celebrato. 4° [1521]. VIO (Thomas de), Caietanus. See Aquinas (T.). Totius theologiæ summa. fol. 1583.

See Caietanus (T. a V.). VIOLLET-LEDUC (-). Précis de dramatique, ou de l'art de com

poser et d'executer les pièces de théatre, la tragédie, la comédie, la tragi-comédie, le drame, le mélo-drame, le drame lyrique, l'opéra, opéracomique, vaudeville, &c.; suivi de l'art du comédien; précédé d'une introduction historique, et terminé par une biographie, un bibliographie et un vocabulaire. 32° Paris, 1830.

Précis d'un traité de poétique et de versification; précédé d'une introduction historique, et suivi d'une biographie, d'une bibliographie

et d'un vocabulaire. 32° Paris, 1829. VIRGILIUS (Publius, Maro). Bucolica, Georgica et Æneis. 4° Cantab. 1701.

Bucolica. See Wrangham (F.). Sermons.... translations, &c. 8° 1816.

Dell' Eneide; del commendatore A. Caro. 18° Roma, 1604.

Georgica hexaglotta (Hisp. a J. de Guzman ; Germ. a J. H. Voss ; Ang. à G. Sotheby; Ital. à F. Soave; Gall. a F. Delille). fol. Lond. 1827.

Georgicorum libri IV; Græco carmine heroico expressi notisque perpetuis illustrati studio et labore Eugenii de Bulgaris ; Gr. et Lat. fol. Petropoli, 1786.

I sei primi libri dell' Eneide tradotti. 2 pts. in 1 vol. 8° Venetia, 1541.

La Georgica ; da M. Ant. Mario Nigresoli tradotta. 8° Ven. 1543.
La Georgica ; trad. e commentata, per B. Daniello. 4° Ven. 1549.
L'Eneide ; del C. A. Caro. 4° Treviso, 1603.

L'opere ; commentate in lingua volgare Toscana, da G. Fabrini, C. Malatesta, et F. Venuti. fol. Ven. 1588.

L'opere; da diversi autori tradotte; raccolte da M. L. Domenichi. 8° Fior. 1558.

(Opera.) 8° Ven. 1501.

(Opera; cum comment. Servii, Donati, Landini; et Calderini et Maphei Veggii liber tertiusdecimus additus duodecim Æneidos libris.) fol. Ven. 1489.

Universum poema ; cum absoluta Servii Honorati Mauri interpretatione; P. et J. Vivis in eclogas allegorias ; quibus accesserunt L. C. Rhodigini, J. Scoppe, J. Constantii, F. Campani, J. Crucii lucubratio

nes et annotationes. fol. Venetiis, 1562. VIRGILIUS (POLYDORUS). See Erasmus (D.). Adagiorum chiliades. fol. 1617.

See Vergilius (Polydorus). VISDOMINI (FRANCESCHINO). Discorsi morali sopra gli Evangeli

correnti. 40 Ven. 1565. VITALINIS (BONIFACIUS de). Opus super maleficiis egregium. fol.

Mediol. 1503. VITALIS (JANUS CASTALIUS) Leonem X., P. M. Lateranensis episco

patum ingredientem lætabundus admiratur. 4° [Roma, 1513]. VITALIS de Cambanis. Tractatus clausularum que solent apponi in pe

titionibus, in rescriptis, in privilegiis, in ultimis voluntatibus, &c. fol. Ven. 1498.

VITELLIUS (ERASMUS), Episcopus Plocensis. Oratio in præstita obe

dientia Julio II. papæ, nomine Alexandri regis Poloniæ et magni ducis Lithuaniæ, die Lune, x. mensis Marcii, an. 1505. 4o.

Oratio in celeberrimo Augustæ conventu ad Cæsarem Maximilianum nomine regis Poloniæ habita, 20 Aug. 1518. 4° Aug. Vindel.

[1518]. VITELLIUS (CORNELIUS). See Perottus (N.). Cornucopiæ, &c. Li

bellus quo Plynii epistola ad T. Vespasianum corrigitur. fol. 1513. VITI (Nicolao). Lezione della gelosia, letta nella accademia Fioren

tina. 4° Orvieto, 1585. VITRÉ (ANTOINE). Nouvelle méthode pour apprendre facilement la

langue Latine. 8° Par. 1667. VITRIAN (JUAN). See Comines (P). Las memorias de Luis XI. y

Carlos VIII. fol. 1643. VIVENAIR (-). A journey lately performed through the air in an

aerostatic globe commonly called an air balloon from this terraqueous

globe to the newly discovered planet Georgium Sidus. 8° Lond. 1784. VIVES (JOANNES LUDOVICUS). Flores Italici, ac Latini idiomatis ; è ab

H. Tuscanella Italicè interpretati. 8° Ven. 1570. VIVES (Probus et JOANNES). In eclogos, &c. See Virgilius (P. M.).

Universum poema. fol. 1562. VIVIANUS (Vinc.). Casus Longi super Digesto veteri; super Infortiato;

super Codice; super Institutis. fol. VOISIN de la POPELINIÈRE (LANCELOT). See Popelinière (L. Voi

sin de la). VOLATERRANNO (RAFAELE). Commentarii delle cose d'Italia. See

Biondo (F.). Roma ristaurata, &c. 8° 1558. VOLATERRANUS (RAPHAEL MAFFEI); (Commentariorum urbano

rum duodequadraginta; [followed by] Economicus Xenophontis). fol.

Rome, 1506. VOLCKMAR (Nicol.). Dialogi für die Deutsch und Polnische Sprachen

zu lernen ; Germ. et Polish. 12° Elbing. 1649. VOLKELIUS (JOHANNES). De vera religione libri quinque ; quibus

præfixus est J. Crellii liber de Deo et ejus attributis, et nunc demum adjuncti ejusdem de Uno Deo Patre libri duo. 4° [Amsterdam, 1642].

Responsio ad vanam refutationem dissolutionis Nodi Gordii a Martino Smiglecio nexi. 4° Racoviæ, 1618. VOLSCIUS (ANTONIUS). See Ovidius (P. N.). Heroidum epistolæ.

fol. 1485. VOLTAIRE (François Marie Arrouet de). Éloge. See Luchet

(J. P. L. de). Éloge de, &c. 12o. VOLTERRANUS (RAPHAEL MAFFEI). See Volaterranus (R. M.). VORAGINE (JACOBO de). Legendario deli sancti volgar historiado con

molte azonte. fol. Ven. 1514. VORSTIUS (CONRADUS). See Anonymous. Auctoritate (de) Sacræ

Scripturæ [by F. Socini]. 8° 1611. VOSSIUS (GER. JOHANNES). De historicis Græcis libri iv. 4.° Lugd. Bat. 1651.

De historicis Latinis libri III. 4o Lugd. Bat. 1651.

De veterum poetarum temporibus libri duo, qui sunt de poetis Græcis et Latinis. 2 pts. in 1 vol. 4° Amst. 1654.

Grammatica Latina. 8° Lugd. Bat. 1644.

Latina grammatica (syntaxis et prosodia). 3 pts. in 1 vol. 8° Roterod. 1667,

VOSSIUS (Ger. JOHANNES). Rhetorices contractæ, sive partitionum oratoriarum libri v. 120

Oxon. 1640.
Rhetorices. 12° Oxon. 1655.

See Clenardus (N.). Institutiones linguæ Græcæ. 8° 1650. VOSSIUS (ISAACUS). Appendix ad librum de LXX interpretibus, continens responsiones ad objecta aliquot theologorum. 4° Hag. Com. 1663.

De Septuaginta interpretibus eorumque tralatione et chronologia dissertationes. 4° Hag. Com. 1661.

Epistolæ duæ adversus D. Blondellum. See Pearson (J.). Vindiciæ epistolarum Ignatii, &c. 4° 1672.

- See Anonymous. Poematum (de) cantu et viribus rhythmi. 4o 1673. VULCANIUS (BONAVENTURA de Smer). Gothicarum ct Langobar

dicarum rerum scriptores aliquot veteres. 12° Lugd. But. 1617.

W.

WAKE (ISAAC). Rex Platonicus, sive, de potentissimi principis Jacobi

Brit. regis ad illustrissimam Academiam Oxoniensem adventu, aug. 27.

anno 1605. 4.0 Oxon. 1607. WALKER (Clem.). The compleat history of independency upon the

parliament begun 1640, continued till this present year 1660. 6 pts.

in 1 vol. 4° Lond. 1661. WALKER (OBADIAH). See Anonymous. Education, (of), especially of

young gentlemen. 8° 1673. WALLER (EDMOND). Poems. 8° London, 1668. WALLEYS (Thomas). See Valois (T.). WALLIS (JOANNES).' Grammatica linguæ Anglicanæ ; cui præfigitur,

de loquela sive sonorum formatione tractatus; et nunc primum subjungitur praxis grammatica. 8° Oxon. 1674.

Hobbius Heauton-timorumenos; or, a consideration of Mr. Hobbes his dialogues; in an epistolary discourse addressed to R. Boyle. 8° Oxford, 1662. Institutio logicæ. 8°

Oxon. 1687. WALLONCAPPELLE (Petrus de). See Audomaro (P. a Sancto). WALSINGHAM (Francis). A search made into matters of religion,

before his change to the catholike (church). 4° London, 1615. WARÆUS (JACOBUS). De Hibernia et antiquitatibus ejus, disquisitio

Lond. 1654. WARBURTON (John). London and Middlesex illustrated. 8° Lon

don, 1749. WARD (John). Four essays upon the English language; namely, obser

vations on the orthography, rules for the division of syllables, the use of articles, the formation of the verbs and their analogy with the Latin ; to these is subjoined a catalogue of the English verbs, formed thro' their

radical tenses. 8° London, 1758. WARD (SAMUEL). Opera nonnulla : viz. determinationes theologicæ ;

tractatus de justificatione ; prælectiones de peccato originali; edita a S. Wardo. fol. Lond. 1658. WARE (Sir James). Rerum Hibernicarum Henrico octavo regnante annales. 12° Dublinii, 1662.

The antiquities and history of Ireland; the life of Sir James prefixed, fol. Lond. 1705.

nes.

WARING (ROBERT). Amoris effigies ; sive, Quid sit Amor? efflagi

tanti responsum; ejusdem autoris carmen lapidarium memoriæ vatum

principis Ben. Jonsoni sacratum. 32° Lond. 1668. WARING (E.). An essay on the principles of human knowledge. 8°

Cambridge, 1794. WARNEFRIDI (Paulus). De gestis Langobardorum, libri vi. 80 Lugd. Bat. 1595.

See Paulus Diaconus. WARNER (RICHARD). An history of the abbey of Glaston and of the

town of Glastonbury. 4° Bath, 1826. WARREN (SAMUEL). The Opium Question. 8° London, 1840.

Popular and practical introduction to law studies. 8° Lond. 1834. WASE (CHRISTOPHER). Considerations concerning free-schools as settled

in England. 8° Oxford, 1678. WASHINGTON (Jo.). An exact abridgment of the statutes of King

William and Queen Mary and of William III. 8° London, 1696. WASSE (Josephus). See Sallustius (C. C.). Quæ extant. 4° 1710. WATS (WILLIELMUS). See Paris (M.). Historia major. fol. 1684. WATSON (J.). The fall of man ; a sermon.

Lond. 1786. WATT (JOACHIM von). See Vadianus (J.). WATT (Robert). Bibliotheca Britannica ; or a general index to British

and foreign literature. 4 vols. 4° Edinburgh, 1824. WAXELL (L. de). Essai sur les médailles plaquées des anciens. go

Londres, 1809. WEBB (Philipp CARTERET). An account of a copper table, containing

two inscriptions in the Greek and Latin tongues ; discovered in 1732 near Heraclea, in the bay of Tarentum, in Magna Græcia. 4° London, 1760.

See Anonymous. Short (a) account of Danegeld. 4° 1756.

- Short (a) account of some particulars concerning Domesday book. 4° 1756. WEBER (RYCHSNER). Ain Gesprech-Büchlin von ainem Weber, und ainem Kramer über das Büchlin Mathie Kretz. 4° Zurich, 1524.

Ain hüpsch Gesprech Biechlin von ainem Pfaffen und ainem Weber. 4° 1524.

Ain schöne Underweysung wie und wir in Christo alle gebrüder und schwester seyen. 4° 1524. WEICHARDUS (JOANNES). Theatrum mortis humanæ tripartitum :

1a. pars saltum mortis ; 2a. pars varia genera mortis ; 34. pars pænas damnatorum continens; figuris æneis illustratum ; Lat. et Germ. 4°

Laybach, 1682. WEIDLER (Jo. Frider.) et DOELITZSCH (J. F. C.). De quæstione

juris gentium, utrum præda Salensibus Afris erepta vindicari possit. 4°

Vitemb. 1735. WELLS (SAMUEL). The revenue and the expenditure of the United

Kingdom. 8° London, 1834. WENGER (CONRADUS). Belligraphia ; cum apologetico inter Sigismun

dum Austriæ et Senatum Venetorum. 4° Augusta, [1488]. WENGERSCIUS (ANDREAS). Libri quatuor Slavoniæ reformatæ, con

tinentes historiam ecclesiasticam ecclesiarum Slavonicarum; in primis Polonicarum, Bohemicarum, Lithuanicarum, Russicarum, Prussicarum, Moravicarum, &c., ab Apostolorum tempore usque ad nostra. 4° Amstel. 1679.

[ocr errors]

WENTWORTH (Thomas). The office and duty of executors. 8°

London, 1656. WERNDLY (G. Henrik). Maleische Spraakkunst met eene Voorreden.

Amst. 1736. WESSELUS (JOHANNES). Farrago rerum theologicarum. 4° Basil.

1523. WESTERN (Thos. Geo.). Commentaries on the constitution and laws of

England, incorporated with the political text of the late J. L. De Lolme,

LL.D. 8° London, 1838. WESTON (Stephen). Fragments of oriental literature ; with an outline of a painting on a curious china-vase. 8° London, 1807.

Historic notes of towns in Greece and in other countries that have struck coins. 8° Lond. 1826.

Persian distichs, from various authors; Pers. and Eng. 8° London, 1814.

Remains of Arabic in the Spanish and Portuguese languages; with a sketch of the history of Spain from the invasion to the expulsion of the Moors. 8° London, 1810.

The Englishınan abroad. 2 pts. in 1 vol. 8° Lond. 1824.
See Abdalla of Beyza. A Chinese chronicle. 8° 1820.
See Ferdoosee. Episode from the Shah Nameh. 8° 1815.

See Kien-lung. The conquest of the Miao-tse. 8° 1810. WETHERELL (CHARLES). The present state of the Poor-Law ques

tion. 8° Lond. 1833. WETSTENIUS (JOANNES JACOBUS). See Krighout (J.). Sermo fune

bris in obitum, &c. 4° 1754. WEYLAND (John), Jun. The principles of population and production,

as they are affected by the progress of society; with a view to moral

and political consequences. 8° Lond. 1816. WHARTON (Hen.). Anglia sacra, sive collectio historiarum de archi

episcopis et episcopis Angliæ a prima fidei christianæ susceptione ad an. 1540. 2 vols. fol. Lond. 1691.

Historia de episcopis et decanis Londinensibus ; nec non de episcopis et decanis Assavensibus; a prima sedis utriusque fundatione ad an

num MDXL. 8° Lond. 1695. WHITE (John). The way to the true church...; in answer to a Popish

discourse concerning the rules of faith and the marks of the church.

London, 1608. WHITE (THOMAS). The grounds of obedience and government. 12°

London, 1655. WHITELEY (Henry). Three months in Jamaica in 1832, comprising

a residence of seven weeks in a sugar-plantation. 8° London, 1833. WHITFIELD (HENRY). A sermon preached June 7, 1798, being the

time of the yearly meeting of the children educated in the charity-schools in and about London and Westminster; to which is annexed, an account of the Society for promoting Christian knowledge. 2 pts. 4.°

Lond. 1798. WHITMORE (GEORGE). The duty of not running in debt; considered

in a discourse preached before the University of Cambridge. 8° Lond.

1800. WICELIUS (GEORGIUS). See Basilius Magnus. Liturgia. 8° 1546. WICQUEFORT (ABRAHAM de). Mémoires touchant les ambassadeurs

et les ministres publics. 8° La Haye, 1677. WIDDRINGTONUS (ROGERUS). Apologia Cardinalis Bellarmini pro

« PreviousContinue »