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BURGES (CORNEL.) D.D. No Sacrilege nor Sin to alienate or pur

chase Cathedral Lands, as such. 40° Lond. 1660. BURGES (D.) A Short Account of the Roman Senate, and the

Manner of their Proceedings. 4° Lond. 1729. BURGES (Dr.) 0. Pearson. • BURGES (G.) 0. EURIPIDES. BURGES (IAMES) An Account of the Preparation & Management

necessary to Inoculation. 8° Lond. 1754. BURGES (Sir JAMES BLAND) The Birth and Triumph of Love : · a Poem. 4° Lond. 1796. BURGES (JOHN) 0. Covel.

- À Sermon preached before the late King James his Majesty at Greenwich, the 19 of July 1604. 4° Lond. 1642. BURGESS (ANTHONY) Ó. BURGES. BURGESS (DANIEL) 0. HENRY.

A Discourse occasioned by the decease of Mr. Noah Webb. 12° 1675.

Christian Commemoration and Imitation of Saints departed, explicated and pressed from Heb. 13. 7. occasioned by the decease of Mr. Henry Hurst. 12° Lond. 1691.

- Characters of a Godly Man : both as more and less grown in Grace. 8° Lond. 1691.

- The Death and Rest, Resurrection and blessed Portion of the Saints, in a Disc. on Dan. 12. 13. 12° Lond. 1692.

- A Funeral Sermon upon the decease of Mr. Robert Fleming late Pastor of a Church in Rotterdam. 12° Lond. 1694.

- Foolish Talking and Jesting described and condemned in a Disc. on Ephes. 5. 4. 8° Lond. 1694.

– A Funeral Sermon upon the decease of Elizabeth Countess of Ranalagh. 8° Lond. 1695.

Proofs of Gods being, and of the Scriptures divine Original, being the sum of several Sermons. 12° Lond. 1697.

12° Lond. 1698. - Cavsa Dei: or Counsel to the Rich of this World. 8° Lond. 1697. BURGESS (E.) Life and History of Betty Bolaine. 120 Canterb. • 1805. BURGESS (THOMAS) BP. of St. Davids. O. ARISTOTELES. DAWES. TRAGEDIÆ.

An Essay on the Study of Antiquities. 8° O.rf. 1782, - Conspectus Criticarum Observationum. 8° [1788.]

- Remarks on Josephus's Account of Herods rebuilding of the Temple at Jerusalem. 8° Oxf. 1788. BURGESSE (ANTHONY) 0. RURGES. BURGESSE (JOHN) 'An Address to the Elders of the People call'd

Quakers. 8° Lond. 1728. BURGESUS (JOH.) Anglo-Brit. Disp. Inaug. de Cholera vera. 40

Lugd. Bat. 1611.

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BURGGRAVIUS (JOAN. ERNEST.) Biolychnivm seu Lucerna. 80 Franek. 1611,

- 8° Franek. 1629.

Franc. 1630.

12° Lugd. Bat. 1678, - Achilles TIANONAOE redivivus. 8° Amst. 1612. BURGGRAVIUS (JOH. PHIL.) Libitina ovans Fatis Hygieæ. 89 Franc, ad M. 1701.

Jatrice Ominum Lethiqve curiosa; sive, De Morte, ejusqve Præsensione, Physico-Medica Commentatio. 8o Franc. ad M. 1706.

- De methodo medendi pro Climatum Diversitate varie instituenda, 4o Lugd. Bat. 1724.

- Spiritus nervosus Exul restitutus. 4° Franc. ad M. 1729.

Lexicon Medicum Universale. fol. Franc. ad M. 1733. BURGH (ANTON. VANDER) Disp. de Pica. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1684.

Disp. Philos. de Amore. 8° Lugd. Bat. 1707. BURGH(CORNELIUS VANDER) Oratio de Baptiste Mantuani dicto;

Virtuté decet non sanguine niti. 4° 1676. BURGH (ELIAS CODDE VANDER) Disp. de Lycanthropia. 4° Gron.

1654. BURGH (JAMES) The Dignity of human Nature: or a brief Ac

count of the certain and established Means for attaining the true end of our Existence. In four Books. 4° Lond. 1754.

- Political Disquisitions, or an Enquiry into public Errors, Defects, and Abuses. 3 vol. 8° Lond. 1774-5. BURGH (PETR. VANDER) De Incoinprehensibilitate Dei. 4° U'ler.

1681. BURGH (Tho.) A Method to determine the Areas of right-lined

Figures universally. 4° Dubl. 1724. BURGH (ULICK) Marg. of Clanricarde. A Declaration of the Re

solutions of his Majesties Forces published by the Marquisse of Clanrickard against the Parliament of England : also a Declaration signed by the Officers in Vlster: and a Copy of a Letter from Colonell Jones to the Lord Inchequeen. Lond. 1648.

Memoirs of the right hon. the Marquis of Clanricarde Lord Deputy General of Ireland. 3° Lond. 1722.

The Memoirs and Letters of Ulick Marquiss of Clanricarde and Earl of St. Albans, bord Lieutenant of Ireland.

fol. Lond. 1757. BURGH (William) A Scriptural Confutation of the Arguments

against the one Godhead of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, produced by the rev. Mr. Lindsey in his late Apology. go York.

1775. BURGHARTUS (GOTHOFR. HENR.) Iter Sabothicvm. Germ. 89

Bresl. 1736. BURGHESIUS (scipio Card.) 0. ARGENTEUS. BURGIS (Dr.) Dr. Burgis's Answer to Dr. Sacheverel's high flown

Serinon preached before the Lord Mayor Nov, 5, 1709. 8° Lond. BURGK (ENGELBERTUS 'A) De quatuor Virtutibus Cardinalibus.

Lips. 1665. BURGKLEHNER (MATTH.) Thesaurus Historiarvm. 2 tom. fol Oenip. 1602-4.

BURGMANN

BURGMANN (JOACH. HENR.) Dissert. Historico-Ecclesiastica de

Historiae Mennoniticae fontibvs & svbsidiis. 4° Rost. 1732. BURGMANN (JO. CHRIS.) Exercitivm Academicvm de licita

Eruditorum Invidentia. 4° Hal. Mag. 1719. BURGMANN (Pet.Christ.) Tentamen Physicum de Genesi Sen· sionis. 4° Rost. (1722.] .

Svccinctvm Hypotheseos Stahlianae Examen de Anima rationali Corpvs hvmanvm strvente. 8° Lips. 1731.

a go Rost. f Neobr. 1735. BURGO (G10. BAT. DE) Viaggio di cinqve Anni in Asia, Africa, & Europa del Turco. 3 tom. 12° Milan.

— Hydravlica: o sia Trattato dell'Acqve minerali del Massino, S. Mauritio, Fauera, Schultz, e Bormio, con la Guerra della Valtellina del 1618. sin’ al 1638. & altre curiosita. 120

Milan. 1689. BURGO (JOANN. DE) Pupilla Oculi, õibus Presbyteris precipue į Anglicanis summè necessaria : compilatà anno a natali domini

co, M.ccc.lxxxv. Impensis honestissimi ac fidelissimi mercatoris Wilhelmi Bretton. fol. Lond. 1510.

- 4° Roth. 1510. BURGO (JOHANNES DE) Ad Exequias ejus Invitatio. 4° [1667.) BURGO-NOVO (ARCHANGELUS DE Apologia pro defensione Doc

trinae Cabalae. 8° Bas. 1600. BURGOS. Ordenāças d'el Prior y Cosu. de Burgos. fol. BURGOS (ALESSANDRO) Sicilia piangente sv le Rovine delle sve piv

belle Città atterrate da' Tremvoti del Anno 1693, con l'Aggiunta delle Notizie fiu’ora havute dal Regno delli Danni caggionati da'

Tremuoti sudiletti. 49 Palerm. 1693. BURGOVVER (JOH.) De Ruminatione humana. 4° Bas. BURGOYNE (JOHN) The Maid of the Oaks: a new dramatic En· tertainment. 8° Lond. 1774.

- The Heiress, a Comedy. 8° Lond. 1786. BURGOYNE (Lieut. Gen.) Condolence : an Elegiac Epistle from - Lieut. Gen. B-rg-yne, captured at Saratoga, Oct. 17. 1777. to

Lieut. Gen. Earl C-rnw-llis, captured at York-Town, Oct. 17.

1781 : with Notes by the Editor. 4° Lond. 1782. BURGSTORFF (CONR. FRID. 'A) Exercitatio Ethica de gradibys læsionum. 4° Helmest. 1669.

Dissertatio de Officialibvs Imperii Romano-Germanici. 4° Helmest. 1669. BURGUNDIA. Rervm Bvrgundionvm Chronicon: ex Bibliotheca

Nic. Vignierii. 4o Bas. 1575. - Philosophia Vetus et Nova ad usum Scholæ accommodata in Regia Burgundia olim pertractata. Tomus primus qui Logi

cam complectitur. 8° Par. 1687. BURGUNDIUS (NICOL.) Historia Belgica, ab anno M.D.LvIII. go Ingol. 1623.

--- Historia Bavarica : sive Lvdovicvs iv. Imperator. 4° Ingol. 1636. BURGUS (PET. BAPT.) De Bello Svecico Commentarii. 12° Leod. 1639.

BURGUS BURGUS (PET. BAPT.) De Dominio serenissimæ Genvensis Reipvblicæ in Mari Ligustico. Rom. 1641.

Mars Sveco-Germanicvs; sive Rerum à Ferdinando Imp. & Gustavo Adolpho Sueciæ Rege gestarum, Libri Tres. 12° Col.

1644. . BURHILL (ROB.) De Potestate Regia et Vsyrpatione Papali, pro

Tortvra Torti contra Parallelum Eudæmon-iohannis Cydonij le.

suitse Responsio. go Oxon. 1613. BURIDANUS (JOH.) 0. ARISTOTELES.

Subtilissime Questiones super octo Phisicorum Libros Aristotelis, diligenter recognite & reuise a magistro Johanne Dullaert de Gandauo. fol. Par. 1509.

-- Questiones super decem libros Ethicorum Aristotelis ad Nicomachum. fol. Par. 1513.

Questiones super Octo Libros Politicorum Aristotelis. fol. Par. 1513.

Questiões et Decisiões in Aristotelis Libros de Anima, per Georg. Lokert Scotum, fol. Par. 1518. . BURIGNY (M. DE) Histoire des Revolutions de l'Empire de Constantinople. 3 tom. 8° Par. 1750.

- Vie de Grotius, avec l'Histoire de ses Ouvrages et des Négociations auxquelles il fut employé. 2 tom. 12° Par. 1752,

La Angl. Lond. 1754.. - Theologie Payenne; ou Sentimens des Philosophes & des Peuples Payens les plus célebres, sur Dieu, sur l'Ame, & sur les Devoirs de l'Homme. 2 tom. go Par. 1754.

- Vie d'Erasme, 2 tom. 120 1757.

Vie de M. Bossuet Evêque de Meaux. 8° Brur. 1761. BURKE (EDMUND) V. BERTIE. BISSET. BOOTHBY. BROWNE. COOPER. FOX. PAINE.

An Account of the European Settlements in America. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1758.

Speech on American Taxation. Apr, 19. 1774. 8° Lond. 1775.

Letter to Edmund Burke Esq'; controverting the Principles of American Government laid down in his lately published Speech on American Taxation delivered in the House of Commons on the 19th of April, 1774. 8° Lond. 1775.

- Speech on moving his Resolutions for Conciliation with the Colonies March 22. 1775. 8° Lond. 1775.

- A Letter to John Farr and John Harris Esq". Sheriffs of Bristol on the Affairs of America, go Lond. 1777.

Two Letters from Mr. Burke to Gentlemen in the City of Bristol on the Bills depending in Parliament relative to the Trade of Ireland. 8° Lond. 1778.

Speech on presenting to the House of Commons, (on the 11th of February 1780) a Plan for the better security of the Independence of Parliament, and the oeconomical Reformation of the civil and other Establishments. 8° Lond. 1780.

BURKE (EDMUND) A Letter to Edmund Burke Esq". containing

some Reflections on Patriotism, Party Spirit, and the Union of · free Nations. 8° Dubl. 1780.

- A Third Letter to the R'. hon. Edm. Burke Esqre on the subject of the Evidence contained in the Reports of the Select Committee of the House of Commons. 8° Lond. 1782.

- A Letter to the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, in reply to the · Insinuations in the Ninth Report of the Select Committee which affect the Character of Mr. Hastings. by J.S. 8° Lond. 1783.

- A Representation to his Majesty moved in the House of Commons by the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, and seconded by the R'. Hon. W. Wyndhain June 14. 1784. 4° Lond. 1784.

- Observations on Mr. Burke's Speech on Mr. Fox's India Bill, in an Address to that Gentleman. 8° Lond. 1784.

- A Letter from Earl Stanhope to the R'. Hon. Edm. Burke containing a short Answer to his late Speech on the French Revolution. 8° Lond. 1790.

- Reflections on the Revolution in France, and on the Proceedings of certain Societies in London, relative to that event. go Lond. 1790.

Thoughts on Government occasioned by Mr. Burkes. Reflections &c. in a Letter to a Friend. 9° Lond. 1790.

Substance of the Speech of the Rt. Hon. Edm. Burke in the Debate on the Army Estimates 9th Feb. 1790. 8° Lond. 1790.

An Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, in consequence of some late Discussions in Parliament relative to the Řeflections on the French Revolution. 8° Lond. 1791.

Discours improvisés, par MM. Burke et Fox, et autres Membres de la Chambre des Communes de l'Angleterre le 6 Vai 1791, sur la Revolution Françoise. Traduits de l'Anglois par m.000. go Par. 1791.

Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe Bar'. on the subject of the Roman Catholics of Ireland. 8° Dubl. 1792.

A Poetical and Philosophical Essay on the French Re· volution addressed to the Rt. hon. Edmund Burke 4° Lond. 1793.

- Substance of the Speech of the Rt. Hon. Edm. Burke in the House of Commons May 23. 1794. go

- A Defence of the Political and Parliamentary Conduct of the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke. 8° Lond. 1794.

A Letter from the R*. Hon. Edm. Burke to a Noble Lord on the Attacks made upon him and his Pension in the House of Lords by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale. 8° Lond. 1796.

- Thoughts on the Prospect of a Regicide Peace, in a Series of Letters. 8° Lond. 1796.

- Two Letters addressed to a Member of Parliament on the Proposal for Peace with the Regicide Directory of France. 8° Lond. 1796.

Letter to his Grace the Duke of Portland on the Conduct of the Minority in Parliament: containing fifty-four Articles of Impeachment against the R'. Hon. C. J. Fox. 8° Lond. 1797. VOL. I. 5 B

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