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1763-70. [M. and Q., June 24, 1854, p. 589.] R O G E R Widdrington [Roger PRESTON]s last reioynder to Mr. Thomas Fitz-Herberts Reply concerning the oath of allegiance, and the Popes power to depose princes : wherein all his arguments, taken from the lawes of God, in the old and new Testament, of nature, of nations, from the canon and ciuill law, and from the Popes breues, condemning the oath, and the cardinalls decree, forbidding two of Widdringtons bookes are answered : also many replies and instances of Cardinall Bellarmine in his Schulckenius, and of Leonard Lessius in his Singleton are confuted, and diuers cunning shifts of Cardinall Peron are discouered. Permissu superiorum. Pp. 28. b. t. 645."
ROGUE (the) : or the Life of Guzman de Alfarache. Written in Spanish by Matheo Aleman, servant to his Catholike Majestie and borne in Sevill. [Translated by James MABBE.] Oxford, 1630. Folio. [IV.] The Dedication to “Don Juan Estrangwayes” (in Italian) is signed “Don Diego Puede-Ser; de Santa Maria Magdalena.”
R O K E 'S wife. A novel. In three volumes. By Kenner Deene, author of “Little Miss Fairfax,” “The schoolmaster of Alton,” &c. [Charlotte SMITH.] Second edition. London: 1868. Duodecimo.”
ROLLICKING (a) tour in Ireland.
By Rag, Tag, and Bobtail. [James
ROLLICKING (a) tour in the land of the Gael. By Rag, Tag, and Bobtail. With life at Tobermory. [By James Cameron LEES, D.D.]
Paisley: 1878. Octavo. Pp. 2. b. t. 103.”
London: 1 590. Quarto. [W., Lowndes, Bibliog. Man.]
ROSAMOND An opera. Humbly inscribed to Her Grace the Duchess of Marlborough. [By Joseph ADDISON.] London : 1707. Quarto. Pp. 36. [Biog. Dram.]
ROSARY (the) Magazine. [A monthly periodical commenced in 1867. Edited until 1870 by Robert R. SUFFIELD and C. WILBERFORCE.]
London and Derby: 1867. Octavo.
R O S C I A D (the). By the author.
ROSCIUS Anglicanus, or an historical review of the stage : after it had been suppres'd by means of the late unhappy civil war, begun in 1641, till the time of King Charles the II.s restoration in May 1660. Giving an account of its rise again ; of the time and places the governours of both the companies first erected their theatres. The names of the principal actors and actresses, who perform'd in the chiefest plays in each house. With the names of the most taking plays; and modern poets. For the space of 46 years, and during the reign of three kings and part of our present Sovereign Lady Queen Anne,
from 1660, to 1706. [By Robert
Reprinted with additions by Th. Davies, in the Literary Museum by F. Waldron. “Downes, the Promptor, the author of this very rare book . . . .” E. M.–MS. note by Malone.
ROSE Clark. By Fanny Fern, author of “Ruth Hall.” [Sarah Payson PARTON.] Twentieth thousand. London: 1856. Octavo. Pp. 234.”
ROSE Douglas; or sketches of a country parish : being the autobiography of a Scotch minister's daughter. By S. R. W. [Sarah R. WHITEHEAD.] In two volumes.
London: 1851. Octavo." ROSE-garden (the). By the author of “Unawares.” [Frances Mary PEARD.] London: 1872. Octavo. Pp. 334. b. t." ROSE (the) in the desert. [By Susan WARNER.]
London: 1864. Octavo.