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HERAULT, v. Hertolt. HERB and HERBALL, v. HERBARIUM. HERBARIUM. Herbarum Nomina et Vires. 4° [sine loco aut anno aut Typographi nomine.] — 4" [Alt. Editio sine loco aut anno aut Typo

graphi nomine.] Herbarium. 4" [sine loco aut anno aut Typographi nomine.] - Herbarum imagines vivae. 4° Franc. 40 Franc. 1538. Institutiones rei herbariae. 2 tom. 4" A Boke of the properties of Herbes called an Herball, by W. C. 12° Lond. Wm. Copland. [bl. 1.] 12" Lond. Rob. Redman. [bl.-l.] La Proprieté des Herbes et Plantes communes qui sert pour le corps humain. 16° Par. — Herbarium. Belg. fol. Antv. 1526. Herbolario volgare de Latino in volgate tradutto. 12" Ven. 1540. Le grant Herbier en Françoys. 4° Par. 1545. Angl. fol. [Sine loco aut anno aut Typograph:

— fol. Lond. 1526.

— Danske Urtebog. Part. I. 4° 1647.

HERBELOT (M. de) de Molainville. Bibliotheque orientale. fol. Par. 1697.

nomine.]

— continuée par Mrss. C. Wisdelou et A. Galland. 4 tom. 4° A la Haye, 1777–79.

HERBERAY (Nic. De) v. AMAdis De GAUle. Guevara.

HERBERE (claudio de) Ragionamento sopra la Dichiaratione d'alcuni Luoghi di Dante, del Petrarcha, e del Boccaccio. 4" Lione, 1560.

HERBERSTEIN (feRD. ERNestus comes ab) Cyclodiatomia, quá, pro Rei Tormentariae Incremento, Motum ac Tempus Projectorum mensurat et demonstrat. 4° Praga, 1716.

HERBERSTEIN (sigism.) Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii. fol. Bas.

Ital. Venet. 1550. HERBERT ( ) French and English Dialogues. 8° Lond. 1660

HERBERT (ANNE) Countess of Worcester. v. RAiNbow. HERBERT (ARth.) Earl of Torrington. A plain Relation of the Action at Sea, between his Fleet and the French, from June 22 to July 5.4° Lond. 1690. Reason for the tryal of the Earl of Torrington by Impeachment. fol. Lond. 1690. An impartial Account of some remarkable Passages in his Life. 4° Lond. 1691. HERBERT (Edw.) Baro de Cherbury, w. Musæus. De Veritate, prout distinguitur a Revelatione, a Verisimili, a Possibili et a Falso. 4° Lond. 1633, HERBERT

HERBERT (Edw.) Baro de Cherbury. De Veritate, prout dis. tinguitur a Revelatione, a Verisimili, a Possibili et a Falso. 4* . Lond. 1645. — 120 1656. Gall. 4° 1639. De Causis Errorum. 4° Lond. 1645. 12° 1656. Life and Reign of Henry VIII. fol. Lond. 1649. fol. Lond. 1672. — Expeditio in Rheam Insulam. Ed. a T. Balduino. 8" Lond. 1656. De Religione Gentilium. 89 Amst. 1700. — His life written by himself. 4° Strawberry Hill, 1764. HERBERT (Sir Edwd.) The impeachment of 4° Lond. 1641. — His Answer to the impeachment. 4° Lond. 1642. HERBERT (Sir Edward) Lord Chief Justice of England. Account of Sir Ed. Hales’s Case. 4° Lond. 1688. Lord Chief Justice Herbert's Account examined by W. A. 4° Lond. 1689. " HERBERT (GeoRGE) v. cornard. Dillingham. EachARD. walto N.

The Temple, sacred Poems, and private Ejaculations. l2" Camb. 1633. —— With his Life by J. Walton. 12" Lond. 1679. Jacula Prudentum. Or Outlandish Proverbs, Sentences, &c. 12° Lond. 1651. Remains. 12° Lond. 1652. His life by J. Walton; with his Letters, and others to his Mother written by Dr. Donne. 12" Lond. 1670. — A Priest to the Temple, or the Character of a Country Parson. 12° Lond. 1675. HERBERT (HENRY) Earl of Pembroke. Method of breaking Horses, and teaching Soldiers to ride. 12" Lond. 1761. HERBERT (HENRy) Marquis of Worcester. Ordinances of Parliament for the sale of the Lands and Possessions of Henry Earl of Worcester deceased, Edward Lord Herbert of Ragland now Earl of Worcester and Sir John Somerset, in the County of Middlesex and the City of London. 4° Lond, 1646. HERBERT (Sir PERcy) Certain Conceptions and Considerations. 4° Lond. 1652. HERBERT (Philip) Earl of Montgomery. Proclamation for apprehending him and Sir J. Fenwick. fol. Lond. 1695. HERBERT (Philip) Earl of Pembroke. v. CARTwRight. SARUM. His Speech in the House of Peers, Dec. 19.4° Lond, 1642.

— Letter to the E. of Pembroke. 4° Lond. 1647. His speech in the House of Peers when the seven fords were accused of High Treason. 4° Lond. 1648. His farewell to the King at his departure from the Treaty at Newport. 4° 1648. Vol. III. R r , HERBERT

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HERBERT (philip) Earl of Pembroke. Speech to the King concerning the treaty at Newport. 4° Lond. 1648. Speech upon the debate of the Citie’s Petition for a personall Treaty to be had with His Majesty in London. 4° 1648. Speech at his admittance as a Member to the House of Commons. 4° 1649. The manner of his election of Knight of the Shire for Berks. 4° 1649. Gradus Simeonis: Or the First-Fruits of Philip Earle of Pembroke. 49 1649. The first part of the last Will of Philip Earl of Pembroke. 4° 1649. A thanksgiving for the recovery of Philip E. of Pembroke. 4° 1649. Speech to Nol-Cromwell with his entertainment at Ramsbury. 4° 1649. Speech on the Act of Thanksgiving for Col. Jones's Irish Victory. 4° Lond. 1649. The life and death of Philip E. of Pembroke with his triall in Hell. 4° 1649. Last Will and Testament, published by M. Oldisworth. 4° Lond. 1650. The Earle of Pembroke's last Speech. 4° Lond. 1650. HERBERT (tho.) Description of the Persian Monarchy. fol. Lond. 1634. Voyage de Perse & des Indes Orientales, trad. de l’Anglois; & les Revolutions de Siam, trad. du Flamand de Jeremie van Vliet. 40 Par. 1663. — Travels into Africa and Asia. fol. Lond. 1677. HERBERT (tho.) Memoirs of the two last Years of the Reign of K. Charles I. by Sir T. Herbert, Major Huntington, Col. Edw. Coke, and Mr. II. Firebrace. With a Character of that Martyr by Diodati and Henderson. To which is added the death bed Repentance of Mr. Lenthall. 8" Lond. 1702. HERBERT (thoMAs) Pembrokia Comcs. Numismata antiqua, et recentiora. 4° Lond. 1746. HERBERT (thos.) News newly discovered in a Dialogue betwixt Papa the false Pope and Benedict an honest Friar. 12° 1641. Vox secunda populi or the Commons gratitude to Philip Earl of Pembroke. 4° 1041. HERBERT (w.) Beleefe and Confession of Faith. 12° Lond,

1646. 12° Lond. 1648. The Child-bearing Woman. 12° Lond. 1648. The Careful Father and Pious Child. 12° Lond. 1648, — Quadripartit Devotion. 12" Lond. 1648. HERBERT (william) Earl of Pembroke. Of the internal and external Nature of Man in Christ. 4" Lond, 1654, — Poems. 8° Lond. 1660. HERBERT (wn.) v. AMEs. HERBERTS

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HERBERTS (MARy) The adventures of Proteus, a sett of Novels. 80 Lond. 1727. HERBES, p. HerbARIUM. HERBIER, v. Herb ARIUM. HERBIGIUS (Geo.) Disputatio, an Pax Religionis legitima et approbanda? 4° 1623. HERBIN (P. e.) Statistique generale et particuliere de la France et de ses Colonies. 7 tom. 8° 1803. HERBINIUS (Joh.) Famosae, de Solis vel Telluris Motu, Controversiae, Examen Theologo-philosophicum. 12" Ultraj. 1655. Religiosae Kijovienses Cryptae. 8" Jen. 1675. Dissertationes de admirandis Mundi Cataractis. 4° Amst. 1678. HER BOLARIO, p. HERBARIUM. HERBORN (Nicolas) De Indis convertendis. 8° Roterd. 1616. HERBORT (Gul. LAUR.) Dissert. de Siti. 49 Tub. 1673. HERBRAND (JAc.) Oratio in Obitum P. Melanthonis. 4° Tu bin. 1560. HERBST (JoAN. FRid.) Dissert. de mineralium Medicamentorum Praestantia. 4" Altd. 1727. Horts (Joh.) de Fulstyn. Historia Polonica. 4" Bas. 1571. Accesserunt Michalo de Moribus Tartarorum * et Joannes Lasicius de Diis Samagitarum, &c. 4" Bas. 1615. HERCKMANS (e.) Zee-Waerts Lofs. fol. Amst. 1634. HERCULANEUM, v. BAyARD1. HANcARville. Le Pitture antiche d’Ercolano e Contorni, incisi, con qualche Spiegazione. 4 tom. fol. Nap. 1757–65. Bronzi di Ercolano e Contorni, incisi con qualche Spiegazione. 2 tom. fol. Nap. 1767–71. HERCULANUS (Joh.) Expositio in primam Fen quarti Canonis Avicennae. fol. Ven. 1506. - fol. Ven. 1512. fol. Ven. 1560. HERCULES. Les travaux d'Hercule, Estrennes au Roy: Dialogue entre la Gloire et L’Envie. 12" Par. 1693. Hercules and the Carter, a dialogue between a poor man and a poor mans friend. 8° Lond. 1796. HERCYNIANUS (FAbius) v. cAMERArius. KELLERUs. ho (Joh. sp.) Erotemata de Arte Memoriae. 12" Francof. 3.

12" Argent. 1610.

HERDE (Jacobus D') Disput. de Spasmo. 4° Ultr. 1659.

HERDENIUS (Geo.) Disput. de Aére. 8" Marp. 1593.

HERDMAN (Gust. Joh.) XIIEYAH BPAAEox. 8" Ups. 1706.

HERDMAN (Joh.) An Essay on the Causes and Phenomena of Animal Life. 89 Edinb. 1795.

HERDSON (hen.) Ars mnemonica, sive Herdsonus Bruxialus. 12" Lond. 1651.

- Ars Memoriae : The Art of Memory made plaine. 12" Lond. 1651.

HEREBOORD, v. HEEReBoort. HEREDIA

HEREDIA (cAsp. cAlpera DE). Tribunal medicum, magicum, et politicum. fol. Lugd. Bat. 1658.

r—— #. Ant. 1663.

HEREDIA (PET. Mich. De) Opera medica. Cura P. Barea de As. torga. 4 tom. fol. Lugd, 1689.

HEREDITARY RIGHT. The Hereditary Right to the Crown

of England asserted; the History of the Succession since the Conquest cleared; and the true English Constitution vindicated from the misrepresentations of Dr. Higden's View and Defence. fol. Lond. 1713. The true and ancient Hereditary Right considered and explained. 8" Lond. 1729. HEREFOR.D. Proceedings of the Citizens of Hereford touching their Charter. fol. Declaration or Resolution of the County, fol. Lond.

1642. I Petition of the County to the Commons. fol. Lond. 642. True news from Herefordshire. 4° Lond. 1642. Herefordshire and Ludlow Petitions. 4° Lond. 1642. A true Relation of the Proceedings at Hereford by the Lord St. John’s and his Regiment, &c. 4° Lond. 1642. A Continuation of É. Proceedings of the Scotch army before Hereford. 4° Lond. 1645. A new Tricke to take Towns: Or a Relation of the sudden surprise of Hereford. 4° Lond. 1645. Declaration of the Earl of Leven concerning the rising of the Scotch Army from the Siege of Hereford. 4° Lond. 1645.

An Ordenance of Parliament for settling the Herefordshire Militia. fol. Lond. 1648. Declaration of the Herefordshire Gentlemen. fol. Lond.

1648. - History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Hereford. 8° Lond. 1717. HEREGRAEFIUS (Geo.) Oratio in laudem Eloquentiae et Reipublicae. 4° Ultraj. 1634. HERELIUS (so. Frid.) Dissert. de Lassitudine. 4° 1706. – De primario Usu Pororum in Superficie Corporis humani. 4°. Altorf. 1732. HEREMITE (Jaques l’). A true Relation of the Fleete which went under the Admiral Jaquis Le Heremite thro’ the Straights of Magellane towards the Coasts of Peru and the Towne of Lima. 4° Lond. 1625. Journael vande Nassausche Vloot: oft beschryvingh vande Voyagie om den gantschen Aerdt-kloot, inde Jaren 1623, 4, 5, 6. 49 Amst. 1626. — 4" Amst. 1643. — 4° Amst. 1648. HERENNIUS (c.) v. cicero. HERESBACHIUS (con.) v. henodotus.

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