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JESCH-MEZAREPH, or Purifying Fire: collected out of Kabbala denudata. Engl. Lat.

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Prometheus. Gr. Lat. Math. Garbitii. 8° Bas. 1559.
Septem contra Thebas. Gr. 8°

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Cæphoræ Tragoedia. Gr. 80 Oxon. 1729.

- Prometheus, Persæ, et Septem ad Thebas; Sophoclis Antigone; Euripidis Medea. Gr. a R. Fr. Ph. Brunck. 4°

Argent. 1779. ASCULAPIUS, D. ENGELHARDT. - Æsculapius, a Poem. 4° Lond. 1721.

– The Æsculapian Labyrinth explored. 4° Lond. 1783. ÆSOP at Tunbridge. 8° Lond. 1698. - Æsop return’d from Tunbridge. go

Æsop naturalized. 8° Lond. 1711. ESOPUS Phryx. V. BARTHIUS, BENTLEY. DESBILLONS.

Fabulæ, cum ejusdem Vita, per Maximum Planudern. Gr. cum Latina versione Rinutii Thessali. Ex iis Fabula Selectæ. Gr. Lat. edente Bono Accursio Pisano. (In fine : Bonus Accursius impressit. circa ann. 1480.) 4° EDIT. PR. - Fabulæ. Gr. edente Gabr. Bracio. 4° Ven.(Edit. vetus.)

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--Αισωπα Μυθοι, καταπολλά σκεπτικώτατοι, μεταγλωττισθεντες εις κοινην γλωσσαν, δια την παν των ωφελειαν. παρα τα Ιεροδιδασκαλα Ιωαννα Tatoura. 12° Ven. 1766.

Fabulæ electiores. Gr. Lat. 4o Regiż per Dion.Bertochum. 1497.

- Vita et Fabulæ, aliorumque Opuscula alia. fol. Ven. Ald. 1505.

Fabellæ Græce et Latine, cum aliis Opusculis. 4° Bas. ap. Froben. 1524. -8° Bas. per Hervag. 1544.

ÆSOPUS ÆSOPUS Phryr. Apologi seu Fabellæ Æsopicæ Græco ac Latino

carmine prosaque redditæ ab Aphthonio Sophista, Babria, Phædro, & Aviano. 12o Hanov. 1603.

Fabulæ Æsopi, Gabriæ Græci Fabellæ xliii., Batrachomyomachia Homeri, & Galeomyomachia. Accesserunt et Avieni fabulæ. 16° Lugd. 1605.

169 Col. Allob. 1619. - Mythologia Æsopica, in qua' Æsopi Fabulæ Græco. Latinæ ccxcvii. quarum cxxxvi. primum prodeunt: accedunt Babriæ Fabulæ etiam auctiores, &c. opera & studio Is. Nic. Neveleti. 8° Francof. 1610.

- Fabulæ Æsopi Græce et Latine, nunc denuo selectae, Eæ item quas Avienus carmine expressit. ex decreto DD. Hollandiæ Ordinum in usum Scholarum. 8° Lugd. Bat. 1632.

Fabulæ variorum Auctorum, nempe Æsopi, Aphthonii Sophistæ, Gabriæ, Babriæ, &c. opera et studio Is. Nic. Neveleti. 8° Francof. 1660.

Fabularum Æsopicarum Delectus, [ab Ant. Alsop.) 8° Oxon. 1698.

Fabularum Æsopicarum Collectio, quotquot Græce reperiuntur. Accedit Interpretatio Latina. 8° Oron. 1718.

Esopus Grecus per Laurentium Vallensem traductus. Lat. 4o Anto. 1492.

Esopus Moralizatus cum bono Commento: Iterum Textus de novo emendatus. Lat. Daventr. 1496.

- Vita et Fabulæ, metr. Lat. per Rimicium. fol. b.l.
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Fabule Esopi cum Commento. Lat. Lond. ap. W. de Worde. 1503.

- Æsopi Phrygis, Fabularum celeberrimi Autoris, Vita, Fabellæ Æsopicæ, Fabulæ Livianæ duæ, et Gellianæ aliquot, nec non Politiani, Gerbelii, & Erasmi Narrationes. Lat. a Joach. Camerario. 8° Tubing. 1538.

Æsopi Phrygis Vita et Fabulæ, a viris doctiss. in Latinam linguam conversæ. 8° Lutet. ap. R. Steph. 1545.

Æsopi Phrygis et aliorum Fabulæ. Lat. 80 ap. Seb. Gryph. 1554.

Fabulæ Æsopicæ plures quingentis, Lat. a Joach. Camerario. 16° Lugd. 1571.

Editio Voegeliniana. 80 1600. Æsopi Phrygis et aliorum Fabulæ. Lat. 120 Tarvis. 1652.

Fabellæ quædam Æsopi Græcæ, ad puerilem Educationem selectæ. Lat. 12°

- The Phrygian Fabulist: or the Fables of Æsop extracted from the Latine Copie and moraliz'd by Leon. Willan. 89 Lond. 1650.

- The Fables of Esop paraphrased in Verse, by John - Ogilby. 4° Lond. 1651. *

fol. Lond. 1668. - The Fables of Esop in English: with all his Life and Fortune: whereunto are added the Fables of Avian,&c. 12° Lond.1658. ÆSOPUS Phryr. Æsops Fables with his Life, in English, French,

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fol. Lond. 1687. - Mythologia Ethica : or three Centuries of Æsopian Fables, in English prose. Done from Æsop, Phædrus, Camerarius, &c. by Philip Ayres Esqr. 8° Lond. 1689.

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- Les subtilles Fables de Esope, avec celles de Avien, de Alfonce, & de Poge Florentin. 4°

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- Libro del sabio y clarissimo fabulador Ysopo: hystoriado y anotado. Hisp. fol. Sev. 1562.

--Vita di Esopo e Favole. Ital. tradotta da Giulio Landi: 16° Ven. 1581.

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40 Ven. 1613.

16° Viterb. - Le quattrocento Favole di Esopo Frigio. 4° Ven. 1607.

- Esopete Redi Vivo; ou Vida & Fabulas do Esopo. Portug. por Manoel Mendez da Vidigueyra. 8° Bat. 1672. ÆSTAS, sive Pars secunda Poematis joco-serii in quatuor Anni

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40 H. Steph. 1577.

go Lugd. Bat. 1685. AETIUS Amidenus, v. RORARIUS.

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De Re Medica. Lat. a Joan. Baptista Veronensi. fol. Bas. 1535.

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fol. Lugd. 1549.

- 12° Lugd. 1560. AEVOLUS (cæsar) De divinis Attributis quæ Sephirot ab Hebræis nuncupantur. 4° Ven. 1573.

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AEVOLUS (CÆSAR) De Causis Antipathiæ & Sympathiæ rerum

naturalium. 4° Ven. 1580. AFFAIRS. The Case of our Affairs in Law, Religion, and other

circumstances, briefly examined and presented to the Conscience. 4° Orf. 1643.

Reflections upon the present State of Affairs at home and abroad. 8° Lond. 1755.

Impartial Reflections upon the present State of Affairs. So Lond. 1761. AFFAYTATUS (FORTUNIUS) Phisicæ ac Astronomicæ Considera

tiones. go Ven. 1549. AFFELMANNUS (JOAN.) 0. coccius. .

Censura Censuræ Lampadianæ Theologica et Scholastica. 4° Rostoch. 1610. AFFILLARD (Sr.) Principes tres-faciles pour bien apprendre la

Musique. 8° Par. 1705. AFFLITTO (FR.) Viaggio degli Ambasciadori di Messina man

dati alla Gran Madre di Dio in Gierusalemme. 12° Messin.

1647. AFFORTY (FRAN.) Quæstio Medica, an octimestris partus vitalis 4° Par. 1673.

Quæstio Medica an pleuritidi saphenæ sectio? 4° Par. 1674. AFFORTY (PETR.) Quæstio Medica an in morbis infrà diaphrag

ma præstat saphenæ sectio? 4° Par. 1714. AFINE (HENR.) Quæstiones tres, de Reductione Medicinarum ad

actum, de Correctione Calendarii, et de Intelligentiis. 4° Antv.

1517. AFRANIUS. Fragmenta : per H. Stephanum. 8° Par. 1564. AFRICA, D. GUINEA.

- Answer of the Company of Royal Adventurers of England trading into Africa to the Petition, and Paper thereunto annexed, exhibited to the House of Commons by Sir Paul Painter, Ferdinando Gorges, &c. 4° 1667.

A Proposal agreed unto for the effectual support and carrying on the Trade to Africa. fol.

Some Queries relating to the present dispute about the Trade to Africa. fol.

- Remarks upon some Queries handed about by the separate Traders to Africa. fol.

- Reflections on the separate Traders proceedings in opposition to the Settlement of the African Trade. fol.

The Argument touching Security necessary to be given for carrying on the African Trade, demonstrated to be groundless; with Reasons against confining any part of the Trade to a Company exclusive. fol

Arguments proving that our Trade to Africa cannot be preserved by any other method than that of a considerable JointStock with exclusive Privileges. fol.

AFRICA. A short and true Account of the importance and neces

sity of settling the African Trade this present Session of Parliament. fol.

- Some Matters of fact relating to the present state of the African Trade. fol.

- The Case of the Royal-African Company. fol.

- The Case between the African Company and the people of England. fol.

- Considerations on the Trade of Africa. fol.

- Considerations offered to the House of Commons by the Planters in relation to the Bill to settle the Trade to Africa. fol.

- Certain Considerations relating to the Royal African Company of England. 4° 1680. - Considerations relating to the African Bill. fol.

- A List of the Forts and Castles which the African Company pretend to have. fol.

- A true Account of the Forts and Castles belonging to the Royal African Company. fol.

- Heads of proposals for a more beneficial and equal establishment of a Company to carry on the Trade of Africa or Guiny. fol.

Reasons offered in behalf of the Plantations, against the Bill for settling the Trade to Africa. fol.

- Reasons offered for confirming the Royal African Companys Charter by Parliament. fol.

Reasons against confirming the Charter to the African Company. fol.

- Reasons offered by the Merchants and Traders to Guinny and the West Indies, against the Bill for setling the Trade to Africa. fol.

- Reasons against establishing an African Company at London exclusive to the Plantations, and all the Out-Ports, and other Subjects of Great-Britain. fol. - Reasons for making the duties easie upon the Trade to Africa. fol.

- A few Remarks - recommended to the Consideration of the Creditors of the Royal African Company. fol.

- Some short and necessary Observations proper to be considered in the settlement of the African Trade. fol.

- That the Trade to Affrica is only manageable by an incorporated Company and a Joynt Stock, in a Letter to a Member of the House of Commons. fol. [1690.]

- Act for a Company trading to Africa and the Indies. fol. [1695.)

- List of the several persons, residents in Scotland, who have subscribed as Adventurers in the Joynt-Stock of the Company of Scotland trading to Africa and the Indies, with the respective Sunus which they have severally subscribed. fol. Edinb. 1696.

- A Serious Advice to the African and Indian Company. Vol. I.

AFRICA.

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