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BROWN (JOHN) Min. of the Gospel at Haddington. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1769.
- 2 vol. 8° Edinb. 1778.
2 vol. 8° Edinb. 1807. - A general History of the Christian Church, from the Birth of our Saviour to the present Time. 2 vol. · 12° Edinb. 1771.
- Select Remains of the Rev. John Brown, late Minister of the Gospel at Haddington. 8° Lond. 1789.
A Compendious View of Natural & Revealed Religion. 8° Edinb. 1796.
The Posthumous Works of the late rev. Mr. Iohn Brown with Short Memoirs, and a summary of what he uttered during his last Illness. 12° Lond. 1798.
A Brief Explication of the Assembly's Catechism: a new Edition : with Scripture Proofs, by Ebenezer Brown. 8°
Edinb. 1811. BROWN (JOSEPH) 0. HOWARD. BROWN (the rev. JOSEPH) Wilts. The Family Testament and Scho
lar's Assistant. 12° Lond. 1766. BROWN (JOSIAH) Reports of Cases upon Appeals and Writs of
Error in the High Court of Parliament from the Year 1701 to
the Year 1779.7 vol. fol. Lond. 1779-1783. BROWN (MARY) 0. WAYMAN. BROWN (Sir RICHARD) 0. BASIRE. BROWN (R.) A Letter from a Physician in London to his friend
in the Country giving an Account of the Montpellier Practice
in curing the Venereal Disease. 4° Lond. 1730. BROWN (RICHARD) 0. ROBISON. BROWN (RICHARD) Maj. Gen. An Ordinance of the Lords and
Commons, appointing Serg'. Maior Generall Richard Brown to be Sergeant Major Generall of the forces raised or to be raised for the reducing Oxford, the Town and Castell of Wallingford, &c. 4° Lond. 1644.
The Lord Digbies Designe to betray Abingdon, carged on for divers Weeks by an intercourse of Letters : which are here published for the satisfaction of all Men, by Sergeant Major Generall Brown. Together with the Cipher which the Lord Digby sent him for that purpose. 4° Lond. 1644.
The Resolution of the Lord General Fairfax and his general Councell of Officers concerning Maj. Gen. Brown. 40 1648. ..
The Declaration of Major-Generall Brown concerning the Lord Gen. Fairfax and the Army, and the raising of Forces, for securing and guarding of the City of London, and putting it into a posture of Warre. 4° Lond. 1648. -
The Resolution and Votes of the Parliament of England concerning Major Generall Brown. 4° Lond. 1649.
BROWN (ROBERT) An impartial Journal of a Detachment from
the Brigade of Foot-Guards commencing 25th February 1793
and ending 9th May 1795. 8° Lond. 1795. BROWN (SARAH) A Letter to a Lady on the best Means of ob
taining the Milk in order to the suckling of the Infant. 8° Lond. 1777
A Letter to a Lady on the mode of conducting herself during Pregnancy. Also on the management of the Infant. 8° Lond. 1777.
- Letter to a Lady on the Management of an Infant. 89
- Works. fol. Lond. 1686.
with Annotations. go Lond. 1656.
also Observations by Sir Kenelm Digby, now newly added. 8° Lond. 1659.
to which is added . a Life of the author. 8" Lond. 1736.
Belg. 8° Leyd. 1665.
- Lat. cum Annotat. 8o Argent. 1665. Pseudodoxia Epidemica : or Enquiries into very many received Tenents and commonly presumed Truths. fol. Lond. 1646.
whereunto are now added two Discourses the one of Urn-Burial, or Sepulchrall Urns, lately found in Norfolk; the other of the Garden of Cyrus. 4° Lond. 1658.
- Hydriotaphia, Urne-Buriall, or a Discourse of the Sea pulchrall Urnes lately found in Norfolk together with the Garden of Cyrus. 8° Lond. 1658.
Certain Miscellany Tracts. go Lond. 1684.
- A Letter to a Friend upon occasion of the Death of his intimate Friend. fol. Lond. 1690. .
- Posthumous Works of the learned Sir Thomas Browne, K'. M.D. late of Norwich : printed from his original Manuscripts. viz. 1. Repertorium; or the Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Norwich. 11. An Account of some Urnes, &c. found at Brampton in Norfolk, Anno 1667. 11. Letters between Sir William Dugdale and Sir Thomas Browne. iv. Miscellanies. To which is prefix'd his Life. There is also added, Antiquitates Capellæ D. Johannis Evangelistæ ; hodie Scholæ Regiæ Norwicensis, authore Iohanne Burton, A. M. ejusdem Ludimayistro. 8° Lond. 1712. ..
Christian Morals : publ. by John Jeffery DD. 8° Camb.“ 1716. BROWN (THOMAS) D. of Physick. Nature's Cabinet unlock'd. 13°
Lond. 1657. BROWN (THOMAS) Memoirs of the Court of Spain, in two parts:
written by an ingenious French Lady. Done into English by T. Brown. 8° Lond. 1692. VOL. I.
BROWN (THOMAS) Lives of all the Princes of Orange from
William the Great, founder of the Commonwealth of the United Provinces. 8° Lond. 1693.
Miscellanea Aulica: or a Collection of State Treatises. 8° Lond. 1702. BROWN (THOMAS) 0. SCARRON.
- Works. 3 vol. 8° Lond. 1707-8.
- Physick lies a bleeding, or the Apothecary turned Doctor, a Comedy. 4° Lond. 1697.
- T- B- 's last Letter to his witty Friends and Companions: with merry Observations on every Month. S'
Lond. 1743. BROWN (THOMAS) The Storm. 4° Lond. 1787. BROWN (THOMAS) V. COMMONS. BROWN (THOMAS) General View of the Agriculture of the County
of Derby. 4° Lond. 1794. BROWN (THOMAS) Esgr. Observations on the Zoonomia of Eras
mus Darwin, M.D. ģ° Edinb. 1798. BROWN (THOMAS) M.D. Poems. 2 vol. 3° Edinb. 1804. BROWN (w. l.) The Spirit of the Times considered : a Sermon
on Mat. xvi. 3. 8° Lond. 1793. BROWN (WILLIAM) Gent. The Entring Clerk's Vade Mecum: being an exact Collection of Precedents. 8° Lond. 1678.
The Clerk's Tutor in Chancery. 8° Lond. 1694, BROWN(WILLIAM) Esgr. Reports of Cases argued and determined
in the High Court of Chancery from 1778 to 1785. fol. Lond. 1785.
Reports of Cases argued and determined in the High . Court of Chancery. 4 vol. fol. Lond. 1790-4.
Reports of Cases argued and determined in the High Court of Chancery, during the time of Lord Chancellor Thur
low from 1778 to 1794. 4 vol. 8° Lond. 1801. BROWN (WILLIAM) Minister of Bedrule. The pronouncing Testa
ment. 8° Edinb. 1796. BROWN (WILLIAM CULLEN) V. BURSLERIUS. BROWNBILL (ELIZ.) A Short Account of the personal Appear. - ance of Jesus Christ to Eliz. Brownbill, to which are added two memorable Relations from the Writings of the hon. Eman. Swedenborg, and a Letter from a Society in Poland. 8° Liverp.
1788. BROWNE (ALEX.) 0. FIALETTI.
- Ars Pictoria : or An Academy treating of Drawing, Painting, Limning, Etching. To which are added XXXI. Copper Plates. fol. Lond. 1675.
- A compendious Drawing-Book. fol. Lond. BROWNE (ANNE) v. CASE. BROWNE (ARTHUR) A Seminary Priest. His Confession after he
was condemned to be hanged. 4° Lond. 1642. BROWNE (Col.) 0. FIENNES.
BROWNE (DANIEL) A New Almanack for the yeare 1624. 12o
- for 1630. 12° Lond.
- for 1631. 12° Lond. BROWNE (DAVID) The new Invention, intitvled, Calligraphia : or the Arte of faire Writing. 12° St. And. 1622.
The Introdvction to the true understanding of the whole Arte of Expedition in teaching to write. 4° 1638. BROWNE (Edw.) 0. GRATIUS. BROWNE (EDWARD) Sir James Cambels clark's Disaster by making Books. 4° Lond. 1642.
A rare Paterne of Iustice and Mercy; exemplified in
Gods Providence to his Chosen. 12° Lond. 1642.
Mayor, Jan. 30. 1714. 4° Lond. 1713.
-- Oratio Harveiana hab. festo Divi Lucæ mcccli. 49
the Parish of Stoke Newington in the County of Middlesex,
- Additions to the History of Stoke Newington (No. xiv. of Bibl. Top. Brit.] 4° Lond. 1783. BROWNE (JOHN) The Confession of Iohn Browne, a Jesuite, in
the Gate-House twice examined by a Committee from the hon.
House of Commons. 4° 1641.
House of Commons Ian. xvij. MDCXLI. by Mr. John Browne
Esq". concerning Digbies escape. 4° Lond. 1642.
Evangelical Events of the last times. 4° Lond. 1655.
serving the holy Season of Lent set forth in Six Sermons. 8°
and the Apothecaries clear'd from the groundless Imputations
-8° Lond. 1704. BROWNE (Joseph) M.D. A Letter to the r' hon. Mr. Secretary
Harley by D'. Browne occasion'd from his late Commitment to New-gate : together with his Interpretation of that Paper call’d, “ The Country Parsons Advice to my Lord Keeper,”. laid to his Charge. 4° Lond. 1706.
BROWNE (JOSEPH) M.D. A Lecture of Anatomy, against the
Circulation of the Blood ; read publickly at Exeter Exchange the sixth of November last past. 4° Lond.
An Account of the wonderful Cures perform’d by the Cold Baths. 12° Lond. (1707.)
- A practical Treatise of the Plague. 8° Lond. 1720.
- Antidotaria ; or a Collection of Antidotes against the Plague and other malignant Diseases. 8° Lond. 1721. BROWNE (ISAAC HAWKINS) De Animi Immortalitate, Poema. 40 Lond. 1754. .
- Poems upon various Subjects, Latin and English : published by his Son. 8° Lond. 1768.
- Fragmentum, sive Anti Bolingbrokii Liber primus : translated for a second Religio Medici by Sir William Browne. 4° Lond. 1768.
Fragmentum completum. Anti-Bolingbrokius; Liber Secundus. Religio Medici altera. Adjecta Versione Anglica,
autore Gulielmo Browne Eq. Aur. 4° Lond. 1769. BROW.NE (LYDE) Catalogus veteris Ævi varii generis Monumen
torum quæ Cimeliarchio Lyde Browne, Arm. apud Wimbledon
asservantur 1768. go BROWNE (M.c.) A Leaf out of Burke's Book : being an Epistle
to that right. hon. Gentleman, in reply to his Letter to a noble
Lord on the subject of his Pension. 8° Lond. 1796. BROWNE (MATHIAS) D. of Physick. The Opinions of divers Phi
losophers concerning Mans chiefest Good : with Meditations on
each Chapter. 8° Lond. 1656. BROWNE (MOSES) Piscatory Eclogues: an Essay to introduce new Rules, and new Characters into Pastoral. go Lond. 1729.
- Poems on various Subjects. 8° Lond. 1739.
-- The Works and Rest of the Creation. 8° Lond. 1752. BROWNE (PATRICK) M.D. The Civil and Natural History of Ja.
maica : in three Parts. fol. Lond. 1756. BROWNE (PETER) Bishop of Cork. Of Drinking in remembrance
of the dead : being the substance of a Discourse deliver'd to the Clergy of the diocese of Cork, on the fourth of November 1713. 8° Lond. 1715.
A Discourse of drinking Healths. 8° Lond. 1716.
- The Procedure, Extent, and Limits of Human Understanding. 8° Lond. 1729. BROWNE (PIERRE) Nouvelles Illustrations de Zoologie. 4° Lond.
1776. BROWNE (Rich.) e Coll. Med. Lond. 0. BACON (Rog.)
- Ilego 'APXNN Liber in quo recepta Veteribus Rerum Principia funditus evertuntur et nova, ut in Natura verè sunt, stabiliuntur. 12° Lond. 1678.
Prosodia Pharmacopæorum.: or the Apothecary's Prosody. 8° Lond. 1695. BROWNE (RICHARD) of Rugby. The English Grammar. 12° 1692.