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BROADFOOT (Alex.) The Case of the King against Alexander

Broadfoot at the Sessions for the City of Bristol, Aug. 30. 1743.

Ouf. 1758. BROAD-STREET WARD. Tory Partiality detected: or, a true

State of the Poll and Scrutiny of Broad Street Ward on the Election of an Alderman in the room of Sir Joseph Wolfe de

ceas'd. 1711, 8° Lond. 1712. BROADWAY, Two Letters read in the House of Commons on

Monday 24 Jan. 1647. of a great Plot discovered at Broadway

in Worcestershire. 4° Lond. 1648. BROCALDINO (SANEDRIO RIPER DE) El porqve de todas las cosas.

go Madr. 1668. BROCARDUS (MARINUS) 0. BONAFIDES. BROCARDUS Monachus. 0. PEUCER

- Descriptio Terræ Sanctæ. fol. Amst. 1707. BROCHADO (Luis) Obra chamada Primavera dos Mininos. 12°

1569. . BROCHANT (A.J.M.) Traité Elémentaire de Mineralogie suivant

les Principes du Professeur Werner. 2 tom, avec 18. Tableaux

et une Planche. 8° Par. An. IX-XI. BROCHARD (MICHAEL) 0. CATALOGUS. BROCHARD (M.) è Collegio Mazarinæo. Nobilissimo Abbati Ni

colao de Saulx de Tavanes, Ode. 4o 1708. BROCHART (ISAAC) Advertissement sur les Morts svbites et Ma

ladies venenevses lesqvelles ont cours en ce Royaume. 8° Pur.

1612. BRUCHIER (JAQUES) Prognostication pour l'An de Grace mil

cinq cens LXX. 4° Par. 1569. BROCHMAND (ERASMUS GASPAR) Vita et Mors Dn. D. Caspari

Bartolini. 8° Hafn. (1629.] BROCHURES. Contre la Multiplicité et le Danger des Brochures. 8° 1789.

- Les Petites Brochures au Roi. 8° BROCKE (B. H.) Physicalisch und Moralischen Gedichten. go

Hamb. 1724-27. BROCKEDON (109N) . BAGWELL. BROCKLESBY (RICHARD) a Christian Trinitarian. Explication

of the Gospel Theism and the Divinity of the Christian Religion.

fol. Lond. 1706. BROCKLESBY (RICHARD) M.D. Dissert. Med. de Saliva sana, et morbosa. 4o Lugd. Bat. 1745.

An Essay concerning the Mortality now prevailing among the horned Cattle in several parts of Europe and chiefly about London. 8° Lond. 1746.

Eulogium Medicum, sive Oratio anniversaria Harvæana, habita in Theat. Coll. Reg. Medicorum Lond. die xviii. Octobris

A.D. 1760. 4° Lond. 1760. BROCKMAN (JOH. RUD.) De Evacuationum sanguinearum Utilia

tate et Noxa in Febribus. 4° Hal. Mag. [1721.]

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BROCKTORFF (SETHLEPP) Disq. Politica de prudentia peregri

nandi. 4° Helm. 1677. BROCKWELL (CHARLES) Junr. The natural and political History

of Portugal: to which is added the History of Brazil. 8° Lond.

1726. BROCKWELL (Mr.) A Chronological History of Great Britain

for the fourth Year of K. George. 12° Lond. 1718. BROCQUIERE (BERTRANDON DE LA) The Travels of Bertrandon

de la Brocquiere, Counsellor and first Esquire-Carver to Philippe le Bon Duke of Burgundy, to Palestine, and his Return from Jerusalem overland to France during the Years 1432 & 1433.

Transl. by Thomas Johnés Esq". 80 Hafod. 1808. BRODÆUS (JOH.) 0. ANTHOLOGIA. EURIPIDES.

Annotationes in Oppiani Cynegeticon libros IIII. Quinti Calabri Paralipomenon Homeri lib. XIII. Coluthi Thebani de Helenæ Raptu lib. unum. Su Bas. 1552.

- Miscellaneorum Libri Sex. 8° Bas. (1555.]

- In Martialem Notæ. 12° BRODBECK (CHR. DAN.) Dissert. Med. de Nitro. 4° Hal. Mag.

1719, BRODEAU (Julien) La Vie de Maistre Charles Dv Molin. 40

Par. 1654. BRODERICK (Sr, Alan) 0. RESBURY, BRODERICK (1saac) An Appeal to the Publick, or the Case of Mr. Isaac Broderick late of Trinity College Cambridge fairly

stated. 8° Lond. 1731. BRODEUS (THOMAS) Tractatus de Sabbathô. 12° Amst. 1659. BRODIE (William) An Account of the Trial of William Brodie

and George Smith for breaking into and robbing the General

Excise Office of Scotland. 4° Edinb. 1788.: BRODRICK (Sir St. John) His Vindication of himself from the

Aspersions cast on him in a Pamphlet written by Sir Rich.

Buckley. 4° 1690. BRODRICK (THO.) A Compleat History of the late War in the Netherlands, together with an Abstract of the Treaty of Utrecht.

go Lond. 1713. PRODUM (WILLIAM) A Guide to old Age, or a Cure for the In

discretions of Youth. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1795. BROECK (MATHIAS VANDEN) Oratio de perseverantia in studiis Lit.

terarum., 4° Amst. BROECKE (PIETER VAN DEN) Korte Historiael ende lournaelsche

Aenteyckeninghe van al'tgheen merck-waerdich voorgevallen is, in de langhduerighe Reysen, soo nae Cabo Verde, Angola, &c. 4° Harlem, 1634.

Wonderlijcke Historische ende Journaelsche op sijne Reysen, van Cabo Verde, Angola, Gunea, Oost Indien. 4° Amst.

1648. BROECKHUYSIUS (BEN.) Economia Corporis Animalis. 4* Lugd. Bat. 1683.

— Rationes philosophico-medicæ, theoretico-practicæ. 4° Hag. Com. 1687.

BROEDE

BROEDELET (JAc.) Disp. Philolog. de calumniis Gentilium de cultu Judæorum. 4° Ultraj. 1675.

De clara et distincta Perceptione; an sit Norma Veritatis? 4° Ultr. 1675.

- An Philosophia Cartesiana sit Aristotelicæ, prout hodie docetur, præferenda ? 4° Ultr. 1676.

- Disput. Pneumat. de Immutabilitate divina. 4° Ultr. 1678. BROEDER (JAc.) Dissert. Med. de Epilepsia. 4o Lugd. Bat.1728. BROEKHUIZEN (G. VAN) v. DAN.

- De niewe Bereisde Wereld. 4° Amst. 1703. BROEKHUIZEN (Wilh. ') De Orbe terrarum habitabili. 4o

Amst, 1659. BROELMANNUS (STEPHANUS) EPIDEIGMA, siue Specimen His

toriæ vet. omnis et pvrae Civitatis Vbiorvm, et eorvm ad Rhenum Agrippensis Oppidi, quod pòst Colonia Claudia Avg. Agrip

pinensis. fol. Col. 1608. BROEN (JOH.) Disp. Med. de Phthisi, s. Tabe vera. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1682.

Exercitatio Phys. Medica de duplici Bile Veterum. 12° Lugd. Bat. 1685.

- Opera medica : I. Medicina Theoretica; II. Exercitationes; III. Compendium Chymnicum. 4° Rotterd. 1703.

- Animadversiones Medicæ Theoretico Practicæ in Henr. Regii Praxin medicam, quibus Editio prior Observationum D. Theod. Craanen emendatur & repurgatur. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1695.

- Accessit Tractatus D. Theod. Craanen de Facultatibus Medicamentorum. 4° Neap. 1721. BROESIKE (JOH. FRID.) De religione Medici. 4° Hal. Mag.

[1722.] BROESTEDT (JOH. SIGISM.) In Epistolas I. & II. Divi Johannis

Apost. 4° Rost. [1697.] BROGHILL(Lord) A Letter from Lord Broghill to the Hon. Wil

liam Lenthall Esq'. Speaker of the Parliament of England, containing a Relation of the Successe of the Parliament Forces against the Army of the Rebels in Ireland under the command of the Lord Muskerry. 4° Lond. 1651.

A Declaration of the Lord Brogbil and the Officers of the Army in Ireland in the Province of Munster. fol. Lond.

1659. BROGIOTTI (ANDR.) Indice de Caratteri con l'Inuentori, & nomi

di essi esistenti nella Stampa Vaticana & Camerale. 8° Rom. 1628.

- Sanctissimi D.N. Urbani PP. viii. ac illvstrissimorvm S.R.E. Cardinalivm nvnc viventivm Effigies, Insignia, Nomina, • & Cognomina. 4° Rom. 1628. BROGŘAVE (Sir John) Three Learned Readings upon three very

usefull Statutes. 4° Lond. 1648. BROGRAVE (ROBERT) A Sermon preach'd before the King and Queen at Hampton-Courte, May the 12th. 1689. 4° Lond. 1689.

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fol. Col. 1539. BROITZEMIUS (BRUN.) De Confessione et Absolutione privatå,

itemy; muneribus confitentium. 4° Wittemb. 1620. BROKERS. A Declaration or Remonstrance to his Majesties Sub

jects touching Brokers, Usurers, Scrivenors, & Solicitors. 4° Lond. 1660.

An Act for regulation of the Brokers upon the Royal Exchange, London. 8° Lond. 1673.

An Order of the Lord Mayor of London concerning the Sworn Brokers of the City. fol. Lond. 1730.

Every Man his own Broker: or a Guide to Exchange Alley. 8° Lond. 1761.

- 12° BROKESBY (FRANCIS) 0. DODWELL.

The Life of Mr. Henry Dodwell, with an Account of his Works, and an Abridgement of them that are published,

and of several of his Manuscripts. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1715. BROKET (Lieut. Col.) Good Newes from Ireland, or a true Rela

tion of a great Victory obtained by the Protestants in the Pro

vince of Munster in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1642. BROKETT (JOHN) God's Statute for Generall Ivdgement by the Man Christ Iesvs, opened in a Sermon at the funerall of the Lady

Lvcie lervoise, 49 Lond. 1642. BROKIS (JA.) A Sermon very notable fruictefull and godlie, made

at Paule’s Crosse, the xii. daie of Nouēbre in the first yere of

Quene Marie. 8° Lond. 1553. BROME (alex.) The Cunning Lovers, a Comedy. Lond. 1654.

A congratulatory Poem on the miraculous and glorious return of that unparallel'd King Charles the II. May 29, 1660). 4° Lond. 1660.

- Songs and other Poems. 8° Lond. 1664. BROME (JAMES) Travels over England, Scotland, and Wales. Son Lond. 1700.

go Lond. 1707. BROME (RICHARD) 0. HEYWOOD. The Northern Lasse a Comoedie. 4° Lond. 1635.

-4° Lond. 1706. The Sparagus Garden, a Comedie. 4° Lond. 1640. - The Antipodes, a Comedie. 4° Lond. 1640. - A Jovial Crew : or, the Merry Beggars, presented in a Comedie. 4° Lond. 1652.

-4° Lond. 1661.
-4° Lond. 1684.

-4° Lond. 1708. - Five new Playes, viz. The Madd Couple well matcht. Novella. Court Beggar. City Witt. Damoiselle. g Lond. 1653. -------- Five New Playes, viz. The English Moor, or the MockMarriage. The Love-Sick Court, or the Ambitious Politique. Covent Garden weeded. The New Academy, or the New Eschange. The Queen and Concubine. 8° Lond. 1659.

BROME (RICHARD) The Queenes Exchange, a Comedy. 4° Lond. 1657.

The Royall Exchange, a Comedy. 4° Lond. 1661. BROMELIUS (OLAUS) Disp. Med. de Lumbricis terrestribus. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1673.

Chloris Gothica seu Catalogus Stirpium circa Gothoburgum nascentium. 8° Goth. 1694. BROMFIELD (William) The Faith of the true Christian, and the Primitive Quakers Faith. 8° Lond. 1725.

A Reply to a late Pamphlet published by Henton Brown called by him an Examination of William Bromfield's Prin

ciples. 8° Lond. 1726. BROMFIELD (WILLIAM) Chirurgical Observations and Cases.

2 vol. 8° Lond. 1773. BROMLEY (Sir GEORGE) A Collection of original Royal Letters,

written by King Charles the first and second, King Jarnes the second, and the King and Queen of Bohemia; together with Original Letters written by Prince Rupert, Charles Louis Count Palatine, the Dutchess of Hanover, and several other distin

guished persons : from the year 1619, to 1665. 8° Lond. 1787. BROMLEY (HENRY) A Catalogue of engraved British Portraits

from Egbert the Great to the present Time. 4° Lond. 1793. BROMLEY (MEPCY) 0, WALLS. " BROMLEY (RICHARD) The Case of Richard Bromley as to his

being concern’d in City affairs. fol. Lond. 1696. BROMLEY (Tho.) The Way to the Sabbath of Rest. 8° Lond.

1710. PROMLEY (w.) Remarks in the grande Tour of France & Italy. g° Lond. 1692.

Several Years Travels through Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, Prussia, Sweden, Denmark, and the United Pro

vinces. 8° Lond. 1702. BROMMERTON (William) Confidence dismounted ; or The

Astronomers Knavery anatomized. 4° Lond. 1652. BROMPTON (10HANNES) v. ANGLIA. BROMS (INGEMUND) Vandalorum in Africa Imperium, Graduali

Dissertatione brevissime expositum. 8° Ups. 1697. BROMS (JONAS) Ad. L. cum Societas LXIX. ff. pro Socio Dispu

tatio. 40 1695. BROMSGROVE. The Bromsgrove Constables : to which is added

a Medley, 12° Birm. 1802. BROMWELL (John) Bishop of Londonderry. A fair Warning to

take heed of the Scotish Discipline. 4° 1649. BROMYARD (Joh. De) Summa Predicantium. fol. Nuremb.1485. BRONCAR (HENR.) 0. BRITANNIA. BRONCHORST (hen. van) Disp. Med. de Apoplexia. 4° Lugd. But. 1658.

4o Lugd. Bat. 1687. BRONCHORSTIUS (EVERARDUS) v. cunæus. BRONCKHORST (JOH.) Disp. Med. de Doloribus. 4° Ultr.1687.

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