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QUAY (the) of the Dioscuri: a history of Nicene times; written in Greek, by Macarius, merchant of Tunnies and Palamydes ; and now translated from the Alexandrian manuscripts. [By J. M. NEALE.] London: N. D. [1859.] Octavo. Pp. iv. 11.4.” Forming No. IX. of Historical tales. QUEECHY. By Elizabeth Wetherell, author of “The wide, wide world.” [Susan WARNER.] Complete and unabridged edition. London: N. D. 448." QUEEN Elizabeth's progress to Norwich, an 1578. Collected by Ber. Gar. [Bernard GARTER) and T. C. [Thomas CHURCHYARD.] Printed by John Day. Quarto. [W.] QUEEN (the) of Argos; a tragedy: in five acts. [By William Boscawen BELL, B.C.L., barrister-at-law, late Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford.] London: 1823. Octavo. Pp. 85. b. t. [Bodl. MS. note by Dr. Bliss.]
QUEEN (the) of Connaught. A story. [By Harriet JAY.] In three volumes. London: 1875. Octavo."
QUEEN (the) of the county. By the author of “Margaret and her bridesmaids,” “The valley of a hundred
fires,” &c., &c. [Mrs MARSH.] In three volumes. London: 1865. Octavo."
QUEENE (the) of Arragon. A tragicomedie. [By William HABINGTON.] London. 1640. Folio. No pagination.” [Biog. Dram.]
QVEENES (the) Arcadia. A pastorall trage-comedie presented to her Maiestie and her ladies, by the vniversity of Oxford in Christs Church, in August last, 1605. [By Samuel DANIEL.]
when the sacrament is administred 2 Wherein is evidently proved, that the Lords-Table ought to be placed in the midst of the church, chancell, or quire north and south, not altar-wise, with one side against the wall : that it neither is nor ought to be stiled an altar; that Christians have no other altar but Christ alone, who hath abolished all other altars, which are either heathenish, Jewish, or Popish, and not tollerable among Christians. All the pretences, authorities, arguments of Mr. Richard Shelford, Edmond Reeve, Dr. John Pocklington, and A late Coale from the altar, to the contrary in defence of altars, calling the Lords-Table an altar, or placing it altar-wise, are here likewise fully answered and proved to be vaine or forged. By a well-wisher to the truth of God, and the Church of England. [William PRYNNE.] Printed in the yeare 1637. Quarto. Pp. 358.* QUENTIN Durward. By the author of “Waverley,” “Peveril of the Peak,” &c. [Sir Walter Scott.] In three volumes. Edinburgh : 1823. Octavo."
QUERE LA Cantabrigiensis : or, a remonstrance by way of apologie, for the banished members of the late flourishing University of Cambridge. By some of the said sufferers. [By Bruno Ryves, D.D.]
Anno Dom. 1647, Octavo. Pp. Io. b. t. 28. [Watt, Bib. Brit.] Followed by a catalogue of such Heads and Fellows of colleges . . . as have been ejected . . .
QUERELA temporum : or, the danger of the Church of England. In a letter from the Dean of - - - - - to - - - - Prebend of- - - - - [By Charles LESLIE.] London: MDCCL. Quarto." [Darling, Cyclop. Bibl.] From Somers' Tracts. Second collection, vol. iv. p. 105.
QUERIES, addressed to the gentry, clergy, and people of Scotland, in the solemn commemoration of the Revolution in M.DCC. LXXXVIIII; and on the bill afterwards brought into parliament for appointing a perpetual anniversary. Being a supplement to the publication, entituled, Annus Secularis; or the British Jubilee : By Calvinianus Presbyter. [Archibald BRUCE.] Printed in the year M. DCC.xcvii. Octavo. Pp. 27.” [Mew Coll. Cat.]
QUERIES (the) and protestation of the Scots episcopal clergy against the authority of the presbyterian General Assemblies and committees, given in to the committee of the General Assembly at Aberdeen, June 29th, 1694. Together with the committee's answer and proceedings; with reflections upon the queries, &c. Byalayman of the Church of Scotland. [George RIDPATH.] London, 1694. Quarto."
QUERIES concerning the schism bill. [By Dr. Edmund CALAMY.] 1714. [Wilson, Hist. of Diss. Ch., iv. 89.]
QUERIES connected with Christianity.
QUERIES for women Friends; affec-
QUERIES humbly propos'd to my lords the bishops, upon occasion of the bill now depending in the House of Peers, to prevent (as is pleaded) the growth of schism. [By Edward STEPHENs.]
QUERIES upon the overtures, concerning kirk-sessions and presbyteries. [By Allan LOGAN, minister of Culross.
No separate title-page. 8.” [Mew Coll. Cat.]
QUERER por solo querer: To love only for love's sake: a dramatick romance, represented at Aranjuez before the King and Queen of Spain, to celebrate the birth-day of that king by the Meninas, which are a sett of ladies, in the nature of ladies of honour in that court, children in years, but higher in degree (being many of them daughters and heyres to grandees of Spain) than the ordinary ladies of honour, attending likewise that Queen. Written in Spanish by Don Antonio de Mendoza, 1623. Paraphrased in English [by Sir Richard FANSHAw] anno 1654; together with the Festivals of Aranwhez. London, Printed by William Godbid, 1670. Quarto. Title, 9 leaves; pp. 167. [W.] “Fiestas de Aranjuez: Festivals repre
sented at Aranwhez London 1670.” Title, pp. 38. (The register runs throughout.)