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London: 1789. Quarto. Pp. 28. [Gent. Mag., lxxiv. 1166. Mon. Rev., i. 225.] ROUTLEDGE'S handbook of quoits and bowls. By Sidney Daryl. [Douglas STRAIGHT.] London: 1868. Octavo. Pp. 62. 2.” ROVER (the). Or, the banish't cavaliers. As it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's Theatre. [By Aphra BEHN.] London, 1677. Quarto.” ROVER (the); or, happiness at last: a pastoral drama, as it was intended for the theatre. [By Thomas BOYCE.] London; MDCCLII. Quarto. Pp. ii. b. t. 2. 24.” [Bodl.] Author's name in the handwriting of Malone. ROVING (the) Englishman. Reprinted from “Household Words.” [By E. C. G.MURRAY.] London: 1854. Duodecimo. ROVING (the) Englishman in Turkey. Sketches from life. Reprinted in part from “Household Words.” [By E. C. G. MURRAY.]

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Charles the Ist. Thirdly, republished by Sidney and the Associators to depose and murder his present Majesty, are distinctly consider'd. With a parallel between Doleman, Bradshaw, Sidney and other of the true-protestant party. [By Sir Roger L'ESTRANGE or W. Assh ETON.] London, 1684. Quarto. Pp. 59." [Jones' Peck, i. 7.] ROYAL (the) brood ; or, an illustrious hen and her pretty chickens. A poem, by Peter Pindar, Jun. author of the R—l Bloods, &c. &c. [John AGG.] London: 1813. Octavo. Pp. 29."

ROYAL (the) charter granted unto kings, by God himself: and collected out of his holy Word, in both Testaments. By T. B. [Thomas BAYLY, D.D.] Dr. in Divinitie. Whereunto is added by the same author, a short treatise, wherein Episcopacy is proved to be Jure Divino. London, 1640. Octavo. Pp. 27. b. t. 144." The above work is ascribed by Barlow to Thomas Browne, sometime a student of Christ's Church. But Wood says in a note, “I rather think by Dr. Tho. Bayly.” Another edition under the title of “The original of kingly and ecclesiastical government,” was published at London, 1681.

ROYAL (the) dream. [By William COMBE.] 1785. [Gent. Mag., May 1852, p. 468.]

ROYAL (the) exile, or, poetical epistles of Mary Queen of Scots, during her captivity in England ; with other original poems. [By Samuel ROBERTS, of Grange Park, Sheffield, and his daughter.] In two volumes. 1822. [AV. and Q., 28 Nov. 1857, p. 442.] R O YAL (the) garland of love and delight. By T. D. [Thomas DELONEY.] [Lowndes, Bibliog. Man., p. 568.]

ROYAL (the) grammar reformed into a more easie method, for the better understanding of the English ; and more speedy attainment of the Latin tongue. [By WHEELER.] London, MDCXCV. Octavo." [Bodl.] The several parts have each a separate pagination.

ROYAL (the) guard : or the king and
kingdom's sure defensative. [By —
HookE, D.D.]
London. 1684. Quarto. Pp. 2. b. t. 62.”
[Bodl.]

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ROYALL (the) quarrell, or Englands lawes and liberties vindicated, and maintained, against the tyrannicall usurpations of the Lords. By that faithfull patriot of his country Sir John Maynard, late member of the House of Commons, but now prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London. Being a legall justification of him, and all those other lords and aldermen, unjustly imprisoned under pretence of treason, and other misdemeanours; the proceedings against them being illegall, and absolutely destructive to Magna Charta, and the Petition of right. Also his protest against the Lords jurisdiction over him, and his appeale unto the common law, for tryall, proved both reasonable, and legall. By Sirrahnio, an utter enemy

1648. Quarto. [W.,

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RULE (the) for finding Easter in the Book of Common-Prayer, explain'd and vindicated against the exceptions of the late learned Dr. Wallis; and the misrepresentations of Mr. Baxter, Mr. Calamy, and other dissenters. Wherein directions are given for finding the ecclesiastical new and full moon ; the dominical letter, &c. Together with a table of the lunar and solar cycles, golden number, and dominical letters for 532 years : shewing, that the full moon is the fourteenth, not the fifteenth day inclusive from the new moon. And a preface, giving an historical account of the said rule, and the several objections made against it. Together with an appendix, concerning the true time of keeping St. Matthias's day in leap-year. Shewing, that it is to be kept on the 24th, and not on the 25th of February, as some almanacks place it. Wherein are inserted A. B. Sancroft's order, sent to the clergy of his province ; and Dr. Wallis's Letter to Bp. Fell concerning the same, A. D. 1684. [By Robert WATTs, LL.B., Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford.]

London: 1712. Octavo. Pp. 2. b. t. 4. lxiv. 4o. 36.]

In the appendix, there are four treatises on “The true time of keeping St. Matthias's

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RULES, orders, and notices in the
Court of Common Pleas from the thirty-
fifth of Henry VI. to Trinity term the
twenty-first of George II. 1747 inclusive.
[By Sir George CookE.] Second
edition with additions.
In the Savoy : 1747. Octavo. [W., Brit.
Mus.]

RULES, orders, and notices in the
Court of King's Bench from the second
James I. to Trinity term, the twenty-
first of Geo. II. 1747 inclusive. . [By
Sir George COOKE..] Second edition
with additions.
In the Savoy : 1747. Octavo.
Mus.]

RUMOUR. By the author of “Charles
Auchester,” “Counterparts,” &c. &c.
[Miss SHEPPARD.] In three volumes.

London: 1858. Duodecimo.”

RUN (a) through Connemara. By the
editor of the “Gospel Magazine.”
[David Alfred DouDNEY.]
Bonmahon and London. 1856. Duodecimo.
[W., Brit. Mus.]

RUN to earth A novel By the author of “Lady Audley's secret,” etc., etc.,

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