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BRONSRAEDT (GISBERTUS) Disp. Philologica de Jubilæo. 40 Tr. ad Rh. 1689.

Diatribe Philosoph. de Oraculo mediantibus Urim & Thummim facto. 4° Tr. ad Rh. 1689. BRONTIUS (NICOL.) Libellus de Vtilitate et Harmonia Artium. go Anto. 1541.

- Libellus Compendiariam tum Virtutis adipiscendæ tum Literarum parandarum Rationem perdocens. Go Anto. 1541. BRONZERIÙS (10. HIER.) De-innato calido et natvrali Spiritv Disputatio. 4° Patud. 1626.

De Principio effectiro Semini insito, Dispvtatio. Patav. 1627.

Dubitatio de Principatu Iecoris ex Anatome Lampetræ.

BROOK (ROBERT) The Reading of Mr. Robert Brook, Recorder

of London upon the Statute of Magna Charta. Chap. 16. 4°

Lond. 1641. BROOKBANK (IOHN) 0, BROOKSBANK... BROOKE (ANNE Lady) . BURNET. BROOKE ( Lady Eliz.) 0. PARKHURST. BROOKE (H.) TSIEINH. Or a Conservatory of Health, 12° Lond.

1650. BROOKE (HENRY) The Earl of Essex: a Tragedy. 8° Lond.1761. BROOKE (JAMEs) A Sermon preached at Strensham the Day after

the Funeral of Sir Francis Russell Bart. 4° Oxf. 1706. BROOKE (JOH.) Anglo-Brit. De Sensu interno & Appetitu sensi

tivo. 4° Ultr. 1643. BROOKE (JOHN) A.M. A Sermon at the Funeral of the worship

ful John Symonds Esq'. 4° Lond. 1693. BROOKE (Lord) v. BANBURY. GREVILE. BROOKE (Miss) Reliques of Irish Poetry. 4° Dubl. 1789. BROOKE (Mr.) The Fool of Quality, or the History of Henry Earl of Moreland. 5 vol. 12° Lond. 1767-70.

-- 4 vol. 8° Lond. 1776. BROOKE (Mr.) A Letter from Mr. Brooke to an honourable

Member of the House of Commons. 8° Dubl. 1786. . BROOKE (RALPH) A Catalogve and Succession of the Kings,

Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, and Viscounts of this Realme of England, since the Norman Conquest to this present yeere 1622. fol. 1622.

- A Discoverie of certaine Errors published in print in the much commended Britannia, 1594: to which are added the learned Mr. Camden's Answer to this Book; and Mr.

Brooke's Reply. 4° Lond. 1724. BROOKE (T. H.) A History of the Island of St. Helena, from its

discovery by the Portuguese to the Year 1806. go Lond. 1808. BROOKE (2.) Dn. Two Sermons preached before the University

of Cambridge in the year 1762. 4o Cantabr, 1763. BROOKES (eliz.) v. DOOLITTLE.

BROOKES (R.) M.D. 0, HALDE.

A History of the most remarkable Pestilential Disteme pers that have appeared in Europe for three Hundred Years last past. 8° Lond. 1721.

The Art of Angling, Rock, and Sea-Fishing. 8° Lond. 1740.

- The general Gazetteer: or compendious Geographical Dictionary. go Lond. 1778.

- 8° Lond. 1782.

-8° Lond. 1786. BROOKES (THOMAS) 0. BROOKS. BROOKS (FRAN.) Barbarian Cruelty. Being a true History of the

distressed Condition of the Christian Captives under the tyranny

of Muly Ishmael, Emperor of Morocco. 8° Lond. 1693. BROOKS (3.) Antiquity; or the Wise Instructer : being a Collec

tion of the most valuable Admonitions and Sentences compendiously put together from an infinite variety of the most cele.

brated Christian and Heathen Writers. 8° Brist. 1770. BROOKS (JOHANNA) O. JONES. BROOKS (Sir JOHN) A Declaration of the Commons assembled

in Parliament, upon two Letters sent by him to Sir William

Killegrew. 4° Lond. 1643. BROOKS (MARTHA) Strength in Weakness, a Sermon at the Fu

neral of Mrs. Martha Brooks, by I. C. 4° Lond. 1676. BROOKS (THOMAS) The glorious Day of the Saints Appearance,

a Sermon at the Interment of Col. Thomas Rainsborough. 4° Lond. 1648.

God's Delight in the Progresse of the Upright: a Sermon before the H. of Commons at their Monethly Fast, Dec. 26. 1648. 4° Lond. 1649.

- The Hypocrite detected, anatomized, impeached, arraigned, and condemned before the Parliament of England. A Thanksgiving Sermon. Oct. 8. 1650. 4° Lond. 1650.

- Cases considered and resolved : or Pills to purge Malignants. 4° Lond. 1653.

Precious Remedies against Satan's Devices. 8° Lond.1653. - Heaven on Earth. 8° Lond. 1654.

- The Unsearchable Riches of Christ : held forth in Twenty two Sermons from Ephesians, 3, 8. 4° Lond. 1655.

A String of Pearles, discovered in a Sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Blake. 8° Lond. 1657.

-8° Lond. 1660.

- 120° Lond. 1667. The Silent Soul with Soveraign Antidotes against the more miserable Exigents. 12° Lond. 1660.

Apples of Gold for young Men and Women, and a Crown of Glory for old Men and Women. 12° Lond. 1660.

- A Pelievers last Day is his best Day. A Sermon preached at the Funeral of Mrs. Martha Randoll June 28. 1651. 8° Lond. 1673. Vol. I.

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BRONSRAEDT (GISBERTUS) Disp. Philologica de Jubilæo. 4" Tr, ad Rh. 1689.

Diatribe Philosoph. de Oraculo mediantibus Urim & Thummim facto. 4° Tr. ad Rh. 1689. BRONTIUS (NICOL.) Libellus de Vtilitate et Harmonia Artium. go Anto. 1541.

Libellus Compendiarian turn Virtutis adipiscendæ tum Literarum parandarum Rationem perdocens. 89 Antv. 1541. BRONZERIUS (10. HIER.) De-innato calido et natyrali Spiritv Disputatio. 4o Patav. 1626.

De Principio effectiro Semini insito, Dispvtatio. 4° Patav. 1627.

-- Dubitatio de Principatu Iecoris ex Anatome Lampetræ.

BROOK (ROBERT) The Reading of Mr. Robert Brook, Recorder

of London upon the Statute of Magna Charta. Chap. 16. 4°

Lond. 1641. BROOKBANK (104N) . BROOKSBANK. BROOKE (ANNE Lady) 0. BURNET. BROOKE ( Lady ELIZ.) . PARKHURST. BROOKE (H.) TTIEINH. Or a Conservatory of Health. 12° Lond.

1650. BROOKE (HENRY) The Earl of Essex: a Tragedy. 8° Lond.1761. BROOKE (JAMES) A Sermon preached at Strensham the Day after

the Funeral of Sir Francis Russell Bart. 4° Orf. 1706. BROOKE (Joh.) Anglo-Brit. De Sensu interno & Appetitu sensi

tivo. 4° Ultr. 1643. BROOKE (JOHN) A.M. A Sermon at the Funeral of the worship

ful John Symonds Esq'. 4° Lond. 1693. BROOKE (Lord) 0. BANBURY. GREvile. BROOKE (Miss) Reliques of Irish Poetry. 4° Dubl. 1789. BROOKE (Mr.) The Fool of Quality, or the History of Henry Earl of Moreland. 5 vol. 12° Lond. 1767-70.

- 4 vol. 8° Lond. 1776. BROOKE (Mr.) A Letter from Mr. Brooke to an honourable

Member of the House of Commons. 8° Dubl. 1786. . BROOKE (RALPH) A Catalogve and Succession of the Kings,

Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earles, and Viscounts of this Realme of England, since the Norman Conquest to this present yeere 1622. fol. 1622

- A Discoverie of certaine Errors published in print in the much commended Britannia, 1594 : to which are added The learned Mr. Camden's Answer to this Book; and Mr.

Brooke's Reply. 4° Lond. 1724. BROOKE (T. H.) A History of the Island of St. Helena, from its

discovery by the Portuguese to the Year 1806. go Lond. 1808. BROOKE (2.) Dn. Two Sermons preached before the University

of Cambridge in the year 1762. 4o Cantabr. 1763. BROOKES (ELIZ.) v. DOOLITTLE.

BROOKES (R.) M.D. O. HALDE.

A History of the most remarkable Pestilential Disteme pers that have appeared in Europe for three Hundred Years last past. 8° Lond. 1721.

- The Art of Angling, Rock, and Sea-Fishing. 8° Lond. 1740.

- The general Gazetteer: or compendious Geographical Dictionary. go Lond. 1778.

-8° Lond. 1782.

-8° Lond. 1786. BROOKES (THOMAS) 0. BROOKS. BROOKS (FRAN.) Barbarian Cruelty. Being a true History of the

distressed Condition of the Christian Captives under the tyranny

of Muly Ishmael, Emperor of Morocco. 8° Lond. 1693. BROOKS (3.) Antiquity; or the Wise Instructer : being a Collec

tion of the most valuable Admonitions and Sentences compendiously put together from an infinite variety of the most celebrated Christian and Heathen Writers. 8° Brist. 1770. BROOKS (JOHANNA) O. JONES. BROOKS (Sir John) A Declaration of the Commons assembled

in Parliament, upon two Letters sent by him to Sir William

Killegrew. Lond. 1643. BROOKS (MARTHA) Strength in Weakness, a Sermon at the Fu

neral of Mrs. Martha Brooks, by I. C. 4° Lond. 1676. BROOKS (THOMAS) The glorious Day of the Saints Appearance,

a Sermon at the Interment of Col. Thomas Rainsborough. 4° Lond. 1648.

God's Delight in the Progresse of the Upright: a Sermon before the H. of Commons at their Monethly Fast, Dec. 26. 1648. 4° Lond. 1649.

- The Hypocrite detected, anatomized, impeached, arraigned, and condemned before the Parliament of England. A Thanksgiving Sermon. Oct. 8. 1650. 4° Lond. 1650.

Cases considered and resolved : or Pills to purge Malignants. 4° Lond. 1653.

Precious Remedies against Satan's Devices. 8° Lond.1653. - Heaven on Earth. 8° Lond. 1654.

- The Unsearchable Riches of Christ : held forth in Twenty two Sermons from Ephesians, 3, 8. 4° Lond. 1655.

- A String of Pearles, discovered in a Sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Blake. 8° Lond. 1657.

- 8° Lond. 1660.

- 120° Lond. 1667. - The Silent Soul with Soveraign Antidotes against the more miserable Exigents. 12° Lond. 1660.

Apples of Gold for young Men and Women, and a Crown of Glory for old Men and Women. 12° Lond. 1660.

A Believers last Day is his best Day. A Sermon preached at the Funeral of Mrs. Martha Randoll June 28. 1651. 8° Lond. 1673. Vol. I.

BROOKS BROOKS (THOMAS) An authentick Account of the Weights,

Measures, &c. made use of at the several Ports in the East

Indies. 4° Lond. 1752. BROOKSBANK (jos.) An English Monosyllabary. 9° Lond. 1651.

Plain, brief, and pertinent Rules for the judicious and artificial Syllabication of all English Words. 8° Lond. 1654.

The Compleat Schoolmaster, in two Books. 12° Lond. 1660.

- A Breviate of our Kings whole Latin Grammar vulgarly called Lilies. 12° Lond. 1660. BROOKSBANKE (JO:) . DICKENSON.

The Saints Imperfection. 12° Lond. 1646.

Vitis Salutaris ; or The Vine of Catechetical Divinitie. 12° Lond. 1650. BROOME (RALPH) Observations on Mr. Paines Pamphlet entitled

The Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance. 80

Lond. 1796. BROOME (wM.) LLD. Sermon on the Anniversary of the Corona. tion of his Majesty. 8° Lond. 1723.

A Sermon preach'd at the Assizes at Norwich August 8th, 1737. Norw. 1737.

- Poems on several Occasions. 8° Lond. 1739. BROSCIUS(JOH.) De Numeris perfectis Disceptatio. 4. Amst.1638.

Apologia pro Aristotele et Evclide, contra Petrvm Ramym et alios. Additæ sunt Dvæ Disceptationes de Numeris perfectis. · 4° Dant. 1652. BRÖSIGKE (HEYNO PRIDERICUS 'A) Exercitatio Politica de ratione

Status. 4° Lips. 1665. BROSKE (LUDOVICUS) Dissert. de Sepulcro Adami. 4o Marp.

Catt. 1679. BROSSÆUS (GUIDO) O. BROSSE.. BROSSAIS (GARREAU DE) Lettre a MM. les Députés de la Séné

chausée de Nantes. 89 BROSSARD (SEBAST. DE) Dictionaire de Musique. 8° Amst, BROSSE (GUI DE LA) Traicté de la Peste. 8° Par. 1623.

De la Nalvre, Vertv, et Vtilité des Plantes. So Par.1628.

Description dv Iardin Royal des Plantes Medicinales estably par le Roy Lovis le Juste, à Paris. 4° Par. 1636.

- [Icones rariorum Plantarum sculptæ quondam Parisiis 1641.) fol. BROSSE (LOUIS PHIL. LA) Traité du Barometre. 8° Nancy.1717. BROSSERIUS (SIMON) Totius Philosophiæ Natvralis Epitome: cui

accesserunt Comment. Hieron. Rupei. 8° Par.apud Colin.1536. BROSSES (CHARLES DE) Traité de la Formation méchanique des

Langues et des principes physiques de l'Etymologie. 2 tom. 12

Par. An. IX. BROSSEUS (

. CASSIODORUS. BROSSIER (MARTHE) O. CONGNARD.

Discovrs sur le Faict de Marthe Brossier de Romorantin, pretendue Demoniaque. 8° Par. 1599. -Angl. by Abr. Hartwell. 4° Lond. 1599.

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