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BRISTOL, The Presentment of the Grand Inquest of Bristol at the * Mids. Sessions. 1636. fol.

- Characters at the Hot-well, Bristol, in September 1723. . 4° Lond. 1723.

Pristol. The City Charters. 4° Lond. 1736..

-The Annual Account of the Bristol Infirmary for the * Year ending Decemb. 21. 1744. 40

The State of the Ladies Charity School, lately set up in Baldwin-Street in Bristol, 40 Brist. 1756. - The New History, Survey, and Description of the City

and Suburbs of Bristol. 8° Brist. 1794. BRISTOLL (John) The joiefvll and blessed Revniting the two

mighty & famous Kingdomes, England & Scotland into their ancient name of Great Britaine. 40 Oxford. Jos. Barnes.

A Discovrse, shewing the great Happinesse that bath and may still accrue to his Majesties Kingdomes of England and Scotland by re-vniting them into one Great Britain. 12°

Lond. 1641. BRISTOW (ANNE) O. COLEIRE. BRISTOW (JAMES) A Narrative of the Sufferings of James Brise : tow, belonging to the Bengal Artillery, during ten Years Cap

tivity with Hyder Ally and Tippoo Saheb. 8° Lond. repr. 1793. BRISTOW (RICHARD) 0. PULKE. BRITAIN (Great) 0. BRITANNIA. BRITAIN (JONATHAN) 0. TALBOT. BRITAINE (WILLIAM DE) The Dutch Vsurpation : or a brief View

of the behaviour of the States-General of the United Provinces towards the Kings of Great Britain. 4° Lond. 1672.

- The Interest of England in the present War with Hol. land. 4° Lond. 1672.

Humane Prudence, or the Art by which a Man may : raise himself and Fortune to Grandeur, 8° Lond. 1693.

Lond. 1702.

-12° Lond. 1710. PRITAINES Glory; or a Trip to Portsmouth, a Musical Enter.

tainment. 8° Lond. 1794. BRITAINS Genius, a Song ; occasioned by the late Mutiny on

board his Majesty's Ships at the Nore: by C.A. Esq. 8° Bath.

1797. BRITANNIA. This Chronicle of Briteyn, beginping at William the

Conquerour, endeth wyth our moste dread and soveraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth. fol. 1568.

De Rebvs gestis Britanniæ Commentarioli tres, ad orna. tiss. virum M. Henricum Broncarem Armigerum E. S. 12° Lond. Binnen. Ivstitia Britannica, 8° Lond. 1584.

Ital. Lond. 1584.. Rervm Britannicarvm Scriptores; id est Angliae, Scotiae, vicinarvmqve Insvlarvm ac Regionvm, Scriptores vetustiores ac praecipui. fol. Heid. 1587.

BRITANNIA. Britannia triumphans : sive Icon Qvater Maximi

Monarch: Iacobi Primi, Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ Regis, ad serenissimum Henricym Britanniarum Principem in. clytum. 8° Lond. 1607. - Historia Britannica : hoc est de rebus gestis Britanniæ seu Angliæ Commentarioli tres. 12° Oron. 1640.

- Great Brittans Rvine plotted by seven sorts of men, discovered and counter plotted. 4° Lond. 1641.

First, Great Britain's Confession. Second, Great Britaines Intercession. Third, and the Authours earnest desire for the King's Majesties happy and speedy returne to his High Court of Parliament. fol. 1642.

- Great Britains Distractions. 4° Lond. 1642.

-Great Britains Misery; with the Causes and Cure. 4. Lond. 1643.

Britannia passionately and historically remembring her Misery & Happiness in former Ages and declaring her Calamities and Expectations now. 4° Lond. 1643.

Motuum Britannicorum verax Cushi ex ipsius Joabi & oculati Testis Prototypis totus translatus. 8° Rotterod. 1647.

- An Alarme to England; or, a Warning Piece to the Inhabitants of Great Britain. 4° Lond. (1647.] .

The Discovery of New Brittaine began August 27. Anno Dom. 1650. 4° Lond. 1651.

- Britania Triumphalis : a brief History of the Warreş and other State-Affairs of Great Britain, from the death of thelate King to the Dissolution of the last Parliament. 8° Lond. 1654.

A Brief Chronology of Great Britain, fol. Lond. 1656.
Britannia Rediviva, 4° 0.ron. 1660.'

Antidotum Britannicum: or a Covnter-Pest against the destructive Principles of Plato Redivivus. 12° Lond. 1681.

The Historians Guide, or Britains Remembrancer. 12° Lond. 1690.

12° Lond. 1701. Britannia Victrix, or the Triumphs of the Royal Navy in the late victorious Ingagement with the French Fleet, May 1692. fol. Lond. 1692.

Great Britain's just Complaint for her late Measures, present Sufferings, and the future Miseries she is exposed to. 4° Lond. 1692.

The Protestant Mask taken off from the Jesuited Enge lishman : being An Answer to a Book entituled “ Great Britain's just Complaint.”. 4° Lond. 169%.

- Britannia Illustrata, or Views of several of the Queens : Palaces as also of the principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain. fol. Lond. 1707.

- A Letter to the good People of Great Britain. 8° Lond. 1710.

BRITAN. BRITANNIA. The Polítical State of Great Britain from 1711 to 1740. 60 vol. 8° Lond. 1711-40.

- The Fears and Sentiments of all true Britains, with respect to National Credit, Interest, and Religion. 8° Lond. 1710. - British Curiosities in Nature and Art. 12° Lond. 1713.

- 12° Lond. 1721. - The State Anatomy of Great Britain. 8° Lond. 1717.

— 3d edit. Lond. - Magna Britannia et Hibernia Antiqua & Nova : or a new Survey of Great Britain. 6 vol. 4° Lond. 1720-31.

- A Memorial of the present State of the British Nation. 8° Lond. 1722.

Memoirs of the Antiquities of Great Brittain : relating to the Reformation, &c. 12° Lond. 1723.

The evident Advantages to Great Britain and its Allies from the approaching War : especially in matters of Trade. 8° Lond. 1727.

Great Britain's speediest Sinking Fund is a powerful maritime War rightly manag'd, and especially in the West, Indics. 8° Lond. 1727.

- An Enquiry into the Reasons of the Conduct of Great Britain, with relation to the present Affairs of Europe. 8° Lond. 1727.

-- Observations on the Conduct of Great Britain with re. gard to the Negociations and other Transactions abroad. 8° Lond. 1729.

A Defence of the Enquiry into the Reasons of the Conduct of Great Britain, &c. By the Author of the Enquiry. 88 Lond. 1729.

- A Short View of the State of Affairs with Relation to Great-Britain, for four Years past. 8° Lond. 1730.

- A Review of the Short View; and of the Remarks on the Treaty with Spain. 8° Lond. 1730.

- The Free Briton Extraordinary, or a short Review of 'the British Affairs in Answer to a Pamphlet intitled “ a short View &c." by Fr. Walsingham. go Lond. 1730. .

Considerations on the present State of Affairs in Europe, and particularly with regard to the Number of Forces in the Pay of Great Britain. 8° Lond. 1730.

– Some Useful and Occasional Remarks on a late seditious Libel, entit'ld“ Considerations on the present State of Affairs," &c. 80 1731.

- An Essay on the Antiquities of Great-Britain and Ireland. 8° Edinb. 1738.

- Considerations on the present State of ous Affairs, at Home and Abroad, in a Lelter to a Member of Parliament. So Lond. 1739.

An Address to the Electors, & other free Subjects of Great Britain occasioned by the late Secession. 8° Lond. 1789.

BRITANNIA. The present State ofthe Revenues and Forces, by Sea and Land, of France and Spain, compar'd with those of Great Britain. 8° Lond. 1740.

- A Letter to a Member of Parliament on the present State of Affairs at Home and abroad. go Lond. 1740.

The Profit and Loss of Great Britain in the present War with Spain, from July 1739, to July 1741. 8° Lond. 1741.

-- Observations on the Conduct of Great Britain in respect to foreign Affairs. 8° Lond. 1742.

-Britannia in Mourning. 8° Lond. 1742.

Miscellaneous Thoughts on the present Posture both of our foreign and domestic Affairs. 8° Lond. 1742.

- The natural Interest of Great Britain in its present Circumstances demonstrated; in a Discourse in two parts. Part. II. 8° Lond. 1748.

-Britannia in Tears : an Elegiac Pastoral on the death of Frederic Prince of Wales. 4° Lond. 1751.

The Groans of Great Britain : with a Table of the Con. tents. 8° Lond. 1753.

A Proposal for improving and adorning the Island of Great Britain for the maintenance of our Shipping; for the employment and relief of our Poor; for increasing the Number of our Inhabitants; and for various other public Services. 4. Lond. 1755.

-- Britannicarum Gentium Historiæ Antiquæ Scriptores tres: Ricardus Corinensis, Gildas Badonicus, Nennius Banchorensis. Recensuit Notisque & Indice auxit Carolus Bertramus. 8° Havn. 1757. - Britain, a Poem; in three Books. 12° Lond. 1757.

- The Tears of Britannia : an Elegiac Poem óccasioned by the Death of his Majesty King George II. 4° Lond. 1760. - The Voice of Britain. fol. Lond. 1764.

The Controversy between Great Britain and her Colonies reviewed. 8° Lond. 1769.

- - An Essay towards illustrating the ancient History of the Britannic Isles: by C. V. 8° Lond. 1786.

- Sentiments on the Interests of Great Britain with Thoughts on the Politics of France, and on the Accession of the Elector of Hanover to the German League. 8° Lond. [1787.]

-- Extracts from the Publications of Mr. Knox, Dr. Anderson, Mr. Pennant, and Dr. Johnson, relative to the Northern and North Western Coasts of Great Britain. 8° Lond. 1787.

A Short Review of the political State of Great Britain at the commencement of the Year 1787. 3° Lond. 1787.

The Principles of British Policy contrasted with a French Alliance, in five Letters from a Whig Member of Parliament to a Country Gentleman. 8° Lond. 1787.

- Seven Letters to the People of Great Britain by a Whig. g° Lond. 1789. Vol. I.


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BRITANNIA. A Monitory Address to Great Britain ; a Poem in

six Parts: to which is added Britains Remembrancer. 8° Edinb. 1792.

The Political Progress of Britain; or an Impartial Account of the principal Abuses in the Government of this Country, from the Revolution in 1688. Part first. 8° Edinb. 1792.

- Promenade autour de la Grande Bretagne; precédé de quelques details sur la Campagne du Duc de Brunswick : par un Officier François emigré. 8o Edinh. 1795. - A View of the relative state of Great Britain and France

at the commencement of the Year 1796. 8° Lond. 1796. BRITANNICUS. A Checke to Britapuicus, for his palpable Flat

tery and Prevarication in justifying coridemned Nat: Fiennes. 4° Lond. 1644.

- Britannicus his Blessing. 4o (1645.) BRITANNUS and Africus ; or an Attempt to instruct the un

tutored Mind in the Principles of Christianity. 12° Lond.1797. BRITANNUS (ROB.) Agricvitvræ Encomivm. 4° Par. 1539.

De optimo Státy Reipvblicæ Liber, 40 Pur. 1543. BRITISH Bellman. 4° 1648. BRITISH Critic, a New Review. 40 vol. 8° Lond. 1793-1813. BRITISH Liberty and Philanthropy. 8° Lond. (1808.) BRITISH Lightning, or Suddaine Tumults in England, Scotland,

and Ireland, to warne the united Provinces to understand the dangers and the causes thereof, to defend those amongest us

from being partakers of their plagues. 4° 1613. BRITISH Lyre or Muses Repository for the Year 1793. 12°

Lond. 1793.
BRITON. The True Briton. 8° Lond. 1723.

- The Briton. 8° Lond. 1724. BRITONS. A True (tho’a Short) Account of the Ancient Britons

in respect to their descent, qualities, settlement, country, language, learning and religion. by J. L. 4° Lond. 1716.

An Appeal to Britons: by a Friend. 8° Land: 1794. BRITTAIN (HANNAH) v. fry. BRITTAIN (sus.) v. stenNET. BRITTO (BERNARD. de) Chronica de Cister. fol. Lisb. 1602. BRITTO (Fran. de) Relaçao da Viagem que fez ao estado do

Brazil a Armada da Copanhia, amo 1655. 12° Lisb. 1657. BRITTON, 8° Lond. R. Redman. b.l. BRIXIA. Acta novæ Academiæ Philo-Exoticorum Naturæ et Artis. 12° Brix. 1686.

- Le scelte Pitture di Brescia additate al Forestiere. 4' Bresc. 1700.. BRIXIENSIS (GUL.) Practica Medicinæ ; Ejusdem de Febribus

Tractatus; Item, De Peste. fol. 1508. BRIXIUS (GERMANUS) Altissiodorensis. Gratulatoriæ quatuor ad

totidem viros clarissimos. Ejusdem Epistolæ quatuor ad totidem viros doctissimos. Ejusdein Versus aliquot ad Franciscum Galliarum Regem. 4° Par. Wechel. 1531.

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