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BRIGIDA (Sta.) Hiberniæ. Brigida Thavmatvrga, sive Dissertatio

partim encomiastica in laudem ipsius Sanctæ, partim archäica ex sacra & antiqua Historia Ecclesiastica, partim etiam pare

nætica ad alumnos Collegiorum. 8° Par. 1620. BRIGNOLE (ANTON. GIULIO) Sale. Le Instabilità dell' Ingegno. 24° Bol. 1637.

Copia di Lettera d'Incerto inviata al molto reuerendo Padre Ant. Givl. Brignole oue pienamente si discorre intorno alle vere cause della Peste che regna in Genoua & in alcune parti d'Italia, ed intorno a'veri rimedij contro d'essa. 4° Gen.

(1657.] BRILL (MATTH.) Topographia variarum Regionum, inventa á Matheo Bril Hagæ-Comit. ab H. Hondio excusa, 1614. 4° Hag..

I. C. Vischer excud. 1652. 4° BRILL (PAULUS CHRISTOPH.) Dissertatio de Lectionariis Orientalis

et Occidentalis Ecclesiæ in genere : & sigillatim de Io. Chrysos

tomi Lectionario MSto. 4° Helmst. 1703. BRILLUS(HIPPOL.) Opusculum de Vermibys in Corpore humano

genitis. 8° Ven. 1540. BRINCH (PETRUS) Antiquitatum Hebræarum corrupta apud Ta.

citum et Martialem Vestigia. 4° Hafniæ, [1693.] BRINCK (HENR. TEN.) Disp. de Anima rationali. 40 Traj. ad Rh.

1692. BRINCKHUYS (CORNELIus) Disp. Phys. de Terræ Motu ; Pars

prima. 4° Ultr. 1686. BRINCKHUYSEN (CORNELIUS) Disp. de Epicureo illorum Errore,

qui negant in Deo præscientiam futurorum Contingentium. 4°

Traj. ad Rh. 1689. BRINCKMAN (J0. HERM.) Mvndvs ante Mvndvm. 4o Jenæ. 1698. BRINDEUS (PETR.) Aphorismi Physicomedici. 4° Pat. 1610. BRINE (ANNE) D. GILL. BRINE (John) God the defence and glory of his Church, a Ser. mon on the fifth of November. 8° Lond. 1734.

- A Sermon occasion’d by the decease of Mr. Hugh Lloyd. g° Lond. 1735.

- A Sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs.Anne Wildman. 8° Lond. 1747.

A Sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Eliz. Turner. 8° Lond. 1755. BRINE-PITS. The Case of the Brine-Pits truly stated. fol. BRINGHURST (ISAAC) DD. The Easiness and Difficulty of the

Christian Religion in a Sermon preach'd before the Lord

Mayor. 4° Lond. 1689. BRINIUS (JOH. Tho.) De Spiritibus Animalibus Inquisitio Phy

sico-Medica. 4° Putav. 1729. BRINK (CORN.) De Republica Hebræorum. 4° Traj. ad Rhen.

1700. BRINLEY (JOHN) A Discovery of the Impostures of Witches and Astrologers. 9° Lond. 1680. Vol. I.

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BRINLEY (JOHN) A Discourse proving by Scripture & Reason and

the best Authors, that there are Witches, and how far their power extends to the doing of mischief both to-Man and Beast, and like

wise the Use and Abuse of Astrology laid open. 8° Lond. 1686. PRINSLEIUS (ROB.) Disp. Med. de Scorbuto. 4° Lugd. Bat.1668. BRINSLEY (JOHN) Lvdvs Literarivs : or the Grammar Schoole. 4° Lond. 1612.

- Pveriles Confabulatiunculæ: or Childrens Dialogues. 80 Lond. 1617.

-A Consolation for ovr Grammar Schooles. 4° Lond. 1622.

The Healing of Israels Breaches. 4° Lond. 1642.

Church Reformation tenderly handled in fovre Sermons. 4° Lond. 1643.

A Parlie with the Sword about a Cessation, in a Sermon at a Publick Fast. Dec. 28, 1642. 4° Lond. 1643.

- The Saints Solemne Covenant with their God opened in a Sermon. 4° Lond. 1644,

-The Sacred, and Sovereigne Church-Remedie. 4° Lond. 1645.

- The Doctrine and Practice of Pædo baptisme asserted and vindicated. 4° Lond. 1645.

- A Looking-Glasse for good Women. 4° Lond. 1645.

- The Arraignment of the present Schism of New Separation in Old England. 4" Lond. 1646. Stand Still: or a Bridle for the Times. Lond. 1647.

49 Lond. 1652. - An Antidote against the poysonous Weeds of heretical - Blasphemies. 4° Lond. 1650.

Two 'Treatises: the One, handling the Doctrine of Christ's Mediatorship; the other, of Mystical Implantation. 8° Lond. 1651.

Mystical Implantation. 8° Lond. 1652.
- The Mystical Brasen Serpent. 8° Lond. 1653.

- Two Treatises : I. The Saints Communion with Jesus Christ. II. Acquaintance with God. 12° Lond. 1654. .

- Two Treatises. I. A Groan for Israel. II. TIegspiztia. The Spiritual Vertigo. 8° Lond. 1655.

The Sacred Ordinance of Ordination by Imposition of the Hands of the Presbytery, held forth in a Sermon. 88 Lond. 1656.

The false Teacher tried and cast. 8° Lond. 1658.

Gospel-Marrow : the Great God giving himself for the Sons of Men. 8° Lond. 1659. BRINVILLIERS (Marq. de) Factum pour Damne Marie Magde, · laine d'Aubray, Marquise de Brinvilliers, accusée. 4° Par. 1676.

-- ed. alt. Par. 1676. A Narrative of the Process against Madam Prinvilliers; and of her Condemnation and Execution for having poisoned her Father and two Prothers. 4° Lond. 1676.

BRIO

BRIONÆUS (MARTIN) Totius Terræ Sanctæ Vrbivmqve et quic

quid in eis memoria dignvm, actvm, gestumue fuit, secundum • Bibliacos libros ac diuum Hyeronimum, authore Martino Brio

næo Parisiensi, elaborata Descriptio. 49 Par. 1540. BRIOSIUS (JAC. MOSANTUS) Epistolæ. 81 Cudomi. 1670. PPL BRIOT (M.P.) 0. CHILDREY. BRIOT (M.) 0. RICAUT. BRISBANE (JOHN) M.D. The Anatomy of Painting; being a new

Edition on a smaller Scale of Six Tables of Albinus : also, a new Translation of Albinus's History of that Work, and of his Index to the Six Tables : to which are added the Anatomy of Celsus, and the Physiology of Cicero: with an Introduce tion, giving a short View of Picturesque Anatomy, fol. Lond.

1769.

- Select Cases in the Practice of Medicine. 8° Lond.1772. BRISBANUS (THOMAS) Disp. Inaug. de Febri acuta sanguineâ & • lymphaticâ. 4o Lugd. Bat. 1707. BRISCOE (JOHN) The Freehold Estates of England, or England

itself the best Fund or Security ; [with] Proposals for Subscrip tions for a National Bank. fol.

A Short Scheme, or Proposals, for a National Land Bank. fol.

An Account of the National Land-Bank. fol. Lond.

- A Discourse on the late Funds of the Million-Act, Lottery-Act, and Bank of England. 4° Lond. 1694.

Proposals for raising Money for the National LandBank. fol. Lond. 1695.

Mr. Briscoe's Reply to a Pamphlet intituled the Freeholders Answer to Mr. John Briscoe's Proposals for a National

Bank. fol. BRISSEAU (M.) Traité des Mouvemens simpatiqves. 8° Mons. 1692.

Nouvelles Observations sur la Cataracte. 12° Tourn. 1706.

- Traité de la Cataracte et du Glaucoma. 8° Par. 1709. BRISSIANUS (HIER.) Geraeologia. 8° Tridenti. 1585.

Methodvs Scientiarum. 4° Ven. 1588. ANTON

Nova Medicina. 4° Ven. 1591.

- Physiologiae Libri duo, 4° Ven. 1596. BRISSOEUS (BARNAB.) Selectarum ex iure civili Antiquitatum

Libri duo. 8° Par. 1556. BRISSON (MATHURIN-JACQUES) Traité Elementaire, ou Principes de Physique. 3 tom. 8° Par. 1789.

3 tom. 8o An. VIII. Elémens ou Principes Physico-Chymiques, destinés à servir de suite aux Principes de Physique; al 'Usage des E'coles

centrales. 8° Par. 1800. 9 kn BRISSON (M.) Le Regne Animal divisé en IX. Classes. 4° Par. 1756.101

Ornithologie, Lat. Gall. 6 tom. 40 Par. 1760.
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BRISSON (M. DE) An'Account of the Shipwreck and Captivity of

M. de Brisson with a description of the Desarts of Africa, from

Senegal to Morocco. 8° Lond. 1790. BRISSON (P.) 0. OSORIO. BRISSONIUS (BARNAB.) Opera varia : mvlto qvam antehac emendatiora, & tertia amplius parte auctiora. 40 Par. 1607.

- Selectarvm ex Ivre Civili Antiquitatvm Libri IIII. Eius. dem ad Legem Juliam de Adulteriis Liber I. De Solutionibus et Liberationibus Libri III. De Ritu Nuptiarum liber I. De Jure Conubiorum Liber alter. 8° Antv. 1585."

Selectarvm ex Ivre Civili Antiqvitatvm Libri qvatvor. Editioni huic novissimæ accesservnt Vita, Obitvs, Elogia, Arctoris. 8° Heid. 1663.

Heidelb. 1664. De Formulis et sollemnibus Populi Romani Verbis, Libri VIII. 4° Franc. 1592.

-- De Verborum quæ ad Jus pertinent Significatione, Libri XIX. fol. Par. 1596.

- Commentarivs in L. Dominico de Spectaculis, in C. Theod. 8° Hanov. 1600.

De Spectaculis et de Feriis Commentarius. 12° Lugd. Bat.

Trois Discovrs extraicts des Memoires de fev Monsieur le President Brisson. 8° Par. 1609.

Le Code dv Roy Henry III, Roy de France et de Pologne, redigé en Ordre par Messire Barnabé Brisson : avec Annotations par L. Charondas Le Caron. fol. Par. 1609.

Ad Legem Juliam de Adulteriis, Liber singularis. 80 Heidelb. 1664.

- De Regio Persarvm Principatv Libri Tres. 8° Com. 1695. BRISSOT (3. p.) de Warcille. Plan de Conduite pour les Députés du Peuple aux E'tats-Generaux de 1789. 8° 1789.

- Nouveau Voyage dans les E'tats-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale, fait en 1788. 3 tom. go Par. 1791.

- J. P. Brissot, Deputy of Eure and Loire, to his Consti. tuents, on the Situation of the National Convention, on the Influence of the Anarchists, and on the necessity of annihilating

that Influence in order to save the Republic. 8° Lond. 1794. BRISSOTUS (PET.) Apologetica Disceptatio, qua docetur per quæ

loca sanguis mitti debeat in viscerū inflammationibus, presertim in Pleuritide. 4o Par. Colin. 1525.

- 8° Bas. 1529.
De Missione Sanguis in Pleuritide. 8° Par. 1622.

-Apologetica Disceptatio. go Par. 1622. BRISTOL. The Faire Maide of Bristow : as it was plaide at

Hampton before the King and Queenes most excellent Maiesties. 4° Lond. 1605.

- A brief Relation abstracted out of severall Letters of a most hellish Plot against the City of Bristoll, hatched and contrived by the Malignants of the said City, 4° Lond. 1642.

BRISTOL. An extraordinary Deliverance from a cruel Plot and

bloudy Massacre contrived by the Malignants in Bristoll for the delivering up the said city to Prince Rupert and his Forces. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A Declaration from the City of Bristol, by the Maior, Sheriffs, and others of the City; declaring their Resolution and Fidelity to the Parliament and their designes. 4° Lond. 1648.

- The Humble Petition of the Citie of Bristoll for an Accommodation of Peace between his Majestie and the High Court of Parliament. 4° Orf. 1642.

- Ebenezer : a thankfull Remembrance of God's great Goodnesse unto the City of Bristol. fol. 1642.

The Copy of a Letter sent from Bristoll, wherein is set down the true Relation of the great Victory obtained by Sir William Wallar against the Welsh Forces. 4• 1643.

The severall Examinations and Confessions of the treacherous Conspirators against the Citie of Bristoll. 4° Lond. 1643.

A true Relation of the taking of Bristol. fol. Orf. 1643.

- A Letter sent to William Lenthall Esq'. from the Major of Bristoll and others, intimating the free Benevolence of the City for the relief of the Protestants in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1643.

- A Copie of the Articles agreed upon at the surrender of the City of Bristol, between Col. Nathaniel Fiennes, Governour of the said City, on the one party, and Col. Charles Ger. rard and Capt. William Teringham, for and on the behalfe of Prince Rupert. 4° Lond. 1643.

An Order of the Mayor of Bristol against licentious and evil disposed People. fol.

- Two Letters sent to the Hon. William Lenthall Esq". concerning the Siege at Bristoll. 4° Lond. 1645.

- A true Relation of the storming Bristol. 4° Lond. 1645.

- Two Petitions of divers Free-men of England, Inhabitants in the City of Bristoll, and in the adjacent parts: the one to the H. of Commons; the other to his Exc. Sir Thomas Fair. fax. 4° Lond. 1647.

The Bristol Address. fol. 1681.

- Two Presentments of the Grand Jury in Bristol at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace holden there Oct. 1681. fol. Lond. 1681.

The Grand Juries Address and Presentments to the Mayor and Aldermen of Bristol &c. 1681. fol.

- The Case of the Work-house & Hospital of Bristol. fol. - The Oath of a Burgess (of Bristol.) fol.

– Proposals for the better maintaining and imploying the Poor of the City of Bristoll. fol. Brist. 1696.

- An Act for erecting of Hospitals and Workhouses within the City of Bristol, for the better employing and maintaining the Poor thereof. Ann. 7. & 8. Gulielmi III. fol.

BRISTOL.

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