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of the third edition of Mr. George Chalmers' The Bishop of London his Legacy. Or, Estimate 1802. Another edition, printed certaine Motives of D. King, late Bishop of separately, with a Life of the Author. 1810. London, for his Change of Religion, 8vo. 3s. 6d. To this writer Dr. C. Davenant and dying in the Catholike and Roman was considerably indebted.

Church. With a Conclusion to his KING, Henry, Bishop of Chiches- Brethren, the L. L. Bishops of England.

Gregory ter. Poems, Elegies, Paradoxes and Permissu Superiorum 1624. Sonnets. Lond. 1657. small 8vo.

Fisher, alias Musnet, is said by Wood to be

author of this Legacy. It was answered by In these poems, says Mr. Gilchrist. There Henry King in a Sermon preached Nov. is a neatness, an elegance, and even a tender 25. 1621. ness, which entitle them to more attention

See ARGALL, Richard. than they have lately obtained.' Hibbert,

A life of this prelate, as also of his sons, 4422, with the original and spurious title, John and Henry, will be found in Wood's 15s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 406, 41. 4s. Athen. Oxon. London, 1664. 8vo. A new title-page only. At the end of the volume, are elegies on the

- John. Cenotaphium Jacobi. author's death, pp. 38. Lloyd, 943, 14s. Oxon. 1625. 4to. Dent, pt. i. 1228, morocco, 18s. Bindley,

Bindley, pt. iv.531, 5s. pt. ii. 1106, 11. 19s. 1700. A new titlepage only, in which the name of Ben Jonson Oratio panegyrica de auspicato Caroli Prinappears as the author.

cipis in Regnum Hispanicum Adventu. Lond.

1623. 4to. A deep Groan fetch'd at the Funeral of Gratulatio pro Carolo reduce Oxoniensium King Charles I. By D. H. K. 1649. The Nomine recitata. Oxon. 1623. 4to. same was printed in 1649, under the letters

John, D. D. The Case of of J. B.

John Atherton. 1716. 8vo. A Sermon preached at Paul's Crosse the 25 of November, 1621. London, 1621. 4to.

John Glen, D. D. The
Pp. 86. This sermon was preached upon | Rites and Ceremonies of the Greek
occasion of the report touching the sup- Church in Russia; containing an
posed apostacie of the author's father, John
King, Bishop of London. Annexed is the Account of its Doctriue, Worship,
examination and answere of Thomas Preston and Discipline. London, 1772, 4to.
touching this scandall.

Dent, pt. ii. 572, russia, 1l. Ils. Con-
An Exposition upon the Lords Prayer de- stable, 529, morocco, 21. 1s.
livered in certain Sermons in the Cathedral
Church of S. Paul. Lond. 1634. 4to.

Nummi Familiarum et Imperatorum Ro-
The Surfeit to A. B. C. London, 1656. manorum. folio. Bindley, pt. ii. 206, 11.

Josiah. An Examination See Psalms. A letter of King's to Izaak and Tryal of old Father Christmas. Walton is prefixed to the latter's life of San

London, 1678. 12mo.. derson. Humphrey. An Halfe-penny 6s.

With a frontispiece. Nassau, pt. i. 1847, worth of Wit in a Penny-worth of M. P. A general Treatise Paper; or, the Hermites Tale.

on Music, particularly on Harmony The third Impression. London, and Thorough-bass, and its Appli1613. 4to. pp. 48.

cation in Composition. London, Pp. 48. Roxburghe, 3359, 51. Bibl. Anglo

1808. folio. 18s. Poet. 48, 101. 10s. John, Bishop of London.

Sir Peter, Lord Oakham, Lectures upon Jonas, delivered at

The History of the Apostles Creed ; Yorke in 1594. Oxford, 1597. with critical Observations

on its 4to.

several Articles. London, 1702. Reprinted 1599. 4to. Lond. 1611. | 8vo. 4to. 5s. Lond. 1618. 4to. 5s.

Few works are more worthy of being con

sulted on various points of early ecclesiastiVitis Palatina. A Sermon appointed to be cal history than those of Sir Peter King. preached at Whitehall, upon the Tuesday 1703. 8vo. 1711. 8vo. 1713. after the Mariage of the Ladie Elizabeth 8vo. 1738. 8vo. Heath, 989, 5s. her Grace. By the B. of London. London for John Bill, 1614. 4to. A very singu

An Inquiry into the Constitution, Disciplar composition, concluding with an ejacula- line, Unity, and Worship of the Primitive tion against the Papists. Boswell, 1301, 5s. Church, that Nourished within the first

With a

three hundred Years after Christ. - 1691. The Toast, an heroic Poem, in four Books 8vo. - 1719. 8vo. Heath, 990 , 58. 6d. Written originally in Latin, by Frederick - Captain Parker, R. N. A Scheffer : now done into English, and illus

trated with Notes and Observations, by PeVoyage of Discovery, undertaken

regrine O'Donald, Esq. Dublin printed, to coinplete the Survey of the Wes- London reprinted, 1747. 4to. tern Coast of New Holland, be- frontispiece.

A violent satire against the tween 1817 and 1822. 8vo. 2 vols.

Countess of Newburgh, occasioned by a law With maps, charts, and views. Published in Galway to which he had claim. A key to

suit which Dr. King laid about an estate at IL 16s.

the characters will be found in The second William, Bishop of Derry, Journey round the Library of a Bibliomaniac ; afterwards Archb. of Dublin. The By William Davis. 1825. 1736. 4to. State of the Protestants of Ireland Nassau, pt. i. 2351, with a ms. key, 14s. under the late King James's Go

The Tragi-Comedy of Joan of Heding

ton, in Imitation of Shakespeare. 1712. vernment. London, 1691. 4to.

8vo. Rhodes,1478, 2s. 6d. A valuable work, highly praised by Burnet, Nicolson, etc. It has been attributed to

An historical Account of the Heathen Charles Lesley. – Third edition, with addi- Gods and Heroes. London, 1710. 8vo. А tions. Lond. 1692. 8vo. with a front. 3s./6d. work formerly much esteemed, but now Rorborghe, 8827, 7s. 6d. – Dublin, 1730. superceded by that of Tooke. 1727. Sra. Williams, 1048, 12. 7s.

with cuts etched by Hogarth. Gough, 1963, 5s.

The Art of Love. London. 8vo. 4s. An Answer to a Book intituled, The Constable, 466, morocco, 16s. State of the Protestants in Ireland.' Lond. 1692. 4to.

The Art of Cookery. London. 8vo. 4s. Essay on the Origin of Evil, translated by Edmund Law, Bishop of Carlisle. With

William, LL.D. Political Notes. London, 1781. 8vo. 128. Best and Literary Anecdotes of his own edition of this highly valuable work. Wil Time (1715---) By Dr. William liams, 1030, morocco, ll. 9s. bridge, 1739. 8vo. 6s." -- Cambridge, 1758. King, Principal of St. Mary Hall, Hibbert, 4421, 6s. 6d.

Oxford. London, 1818. Williams, 1049, morocco, 22. 2s.

8vo. De Origine Mali. Londini, 1702. 8vo. Hibbert, 4244, 9s. Strettell, 769, 13s. 6d. 3s.

A second edition appeared in 1819. 8vo. Archbishop King's Discourse on Predesti- Drury, 2140, 7s. nation, with Notes by the Rev. Richard Whately. London, 1821. 8vo. pp. xiv. King-Killers,—The History of 126. This republication is an acceptable King-Killers, or the 30th of Jan. service to the theological student. The re

commemorated in the Lives of marks of Whately are both sensible and pious. thirty-one fanatical Saints, famous -Quart. Review. - William, LL.D. The origi- 8vo. 12 pts. in 2 vols.

for Treason, etc. London, 1719-20. nal Works of William King, LL.D. with historical Notes and Me

Lloyd, 646, 21. 16s. moirs of the Author (by John Kings.—History of foolish, wickNichols). London, 1776. small ed, wise and good Kings, printed 8vo. 3 vols. 12s.

by Order of the long Parliament. Bindley, pt. ii. 1091, 1l. 10s. Nassau, | 1641. Second Edition. 1716. pl. i. 1849, 9s, Reed, 2379, morocco,

Hollis, 579, 11s. 6d. 12s.

Kings Bench Scuffle see Speed, Opera Gul. King, LL.D. (Oxon. 1736. &e.) Samuel. ko. This volume was never published, and on

Kings Evil.—The Ceremonies the death of the author, the whole impression, except 60 copies, were destroyed by his exe used in King Henry the Seventh's tutors. Reed, 2204, with ms. key to the Time for curing the King's Evil. Toast, 101. 10s. Hibbert, 4523, with The London, 1686. 4to. Toast, 1736, 1L 1s. Roxburghe, 2831, 11. 6s. Bendley, pt. fi. 2495, 31. 3s. Strettell, 1231, With frontispiece. Nassau pt. i. 235 3L 3.

morocco, 9s. Reed, 1962, 9s. Bp. of Ely,



690, 103. 60. Goupis, 2212, b. Reprit- now living. Written by Thomas Whitehead. ud in Waidrots lierary Museum 1789. London, 1792. svo. 3s.

KINGSTOX, Rich. History of the

several Designs against K. William Pruciamation touching the Suspending of III from loob to 1697. London, the Healing of the King's Evi untii Easter 1698. bro. ** London, 1638. folio. Petitive of Persons afflicted with the

Kingston.-Catalogus Librorum Kinga tvi to the King. London, 1643. que olim in Bibliotheca Kingstoniana 4w.

extiterunt fobo. KINGEEMIL, Andrew. A Treatise

Bindies, pl. i. 942, 24. 9s. for all such as are troubled in Mind Kingston upon Thames.—The or afflicted in Body. London, 1577. Charters of the Town of Kingston ovo.

upon Thames, translated into EngIrglis, 846, russia. 78. 6. - 1578. lish, with occasional Notes, by 1585.

George Roots. London, 1797. 8vo. A Viewe of Man's Estate, wherein the

78. 6d. great Merry of God in Man's free Justifica

Pp. 232, including half-title, dedication cions is sbewed London, 1574. Svo.

to Lord Onslow, names of subscribers and 1576. 8vo. 1560. re.

preface. KINGSTON, Elizabeth Chudleigh,

The fruitful Wonder: or, a strange ReDutchess of. The Life and Me- lasion from Kingston upon Thames, of a moirs of Elizabeth Chudleigh, after-' Woman who was delivered of four Children wards Mrs. Hervey and Countess of at one Birh. 1674. 4to. A copy is in the Bristol, commonly called Duchess

British Museum. of Kingston. London. 4to.

KINLOCH, G. R. Ancient ScotWith two portraits. Reed, 4539, 7s.

tish Ballads, recovered from Tradition, and never before published,

with Xotes, &c. and an Appendix, The Case of the Dutchess of Kingston containing the Airs. Edited by G. R. London (1775). 8vo. 18.

The Kingston Cause impartially stated, Kinloch. Edinb. 1827. 8vo. and fully considered, &c. London, 1776.

A valuable collection. 8vo. 26.

KINXEIR, John Macdonald. А A Brief for the Dutchess of Kingston; Journey through Asia Minor, Armecontaining the Points of Law, &c. By a Stu- nia and Koordistan, in 1813-14. dent of Gray's Inn London, 1776. 4to. 1s. 60.

London, 1818. 8vo. A plain State of the Case of the Duchess This work will be particularly interesting to of Kingston, with Considerations. London, those who wish to trace the marches of Alex1776. 410. 1$, 6d.

ander, and the retreat of the ten thousand, The Trial of the Dutchess of Kingston on which points of history Mr. K. has made before the House of Peers. London (1776). some judicious remarks. Drury, 2141, 11s. Lolio, Printed by order of the House of Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ü. 153, 14s. Hibbert, Lords.

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KINSAYDER, William. i. e. MarOriginal Anecdotes of the late Duke of

STON, John.
Kingston and Miss Chudleigh, alias Mrs.
Harvey, alias Countess of Bristol, alias

KINSMAN, Ed. An Appendix of Duchess of Kingston. Interspersed with the Saints canonized by Paul V. and Memoirs of several of the Nobility and Gentry Gregory XV Douay, 1624. 12mo.


KIORNING, Ol. G. Commentatio Twenty-four songs, in six parts, viz. Al. de Consecrationibus Episcoporum tus, Bassus, Cantus primus, Cantus secun

dus, Tenor and Sextus. MagnæBritanniæ. Helms. 1739.4to.

-John. The Suffolk Traveller. Heath, 489, 3s. 6d. Kip, I. Nouveau Theatre de la

The second Edition, with many AlGrande Bretagne. Londies, chez terations and large Additions, by Joseph Smith, 1724.atlas folio. 4 vols. several Hands. London, 1764. 8vo. The edition with this date contains some

Marquis Townshend, 1648, 11. 2s. additional plates. Saunders in 1818, russia, Heath, 4626, 178. Hibbert, 4426, 68. LARGE 818s. Tome i.contains 80 plates, besides title, russia, 21. 2s. Towneley, pt

. ii. 561, 11. 165.

Lloyd, 706, 16s. Baker, 737, preface signed Joseph Smith, a description Dent, pt. i. 1229, 11. 23.' Dowdeswell

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Collation.-Pp. 340, besides with a title and description, 4 printed leaves. title-page, one leaf, list of subscribers, 14 Tome iii

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The Suffolk Traveller. with title, description of the plates, table and 8vo. Nassau, pt. i. 1850, 6s." Collation.

Ipswich, 1735. an historical account of the cathedrals

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Angler's Museum. 8 printed leaves. 1709. folio. 4 vols. / 1784. 12mo. Beckford in 1817, 302, with all the rare With a portrait of Kirby by T. Cook. prints, 301 LARGE PAPER. Willett, 437, -Joshua. Twelve Prints of Mo1709-24, 302 9s. 1716. folio. 4 vols. Edwards, 622, morocco, 181. 7s. 6d.

nasteries, Castles, antient Churches

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An historical Account of the twelve Prints table, two leaves ; a second title-page Nou- of Monasteries, Castles, antient Churches teau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne. Lon- and Monuments in the County of Suffolk, dres, 1708. one leaf; description des palais, drawn by Joshua Kirby. Ipswich, 1748. &c. 4 leaves; table alphabetique, one leaf.

8vo. Baker, 734, 8s. Collation.—Pp. 40, The plans and prospects of Audley-ende, with the title and preface, also 6 plates at twenty-five in number, were engraved in pp. 12, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25. 1676. The copper-plates were, it is said,

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A work deduced from the principles of Henry. See HARRISON, Stephen.

rules only, of universal application. KIPPIS, Andrew, D.D. Sermons

Brook Taylor's Method of Perspective (16) on practical Subjects. Lon- made easy both in Theory and Practice in don, 1791. 8vo. 5s.

two Books by J. Kirby. London, 1768. This eminent dissenting divine and biogra- folio. 2 vols. in 1. pher published a great variety of works, and

Description of the architectonic Sector, was a great contributor to the periodical pub- London, 1768. folio. Ecations of the day.

Richard. The Marrow of KIRANI. The Magick of Kirani, Astrology. Lond. 1687. 4to. 6s. King of Persia and of Harpocration. London, 1685, 8vo.

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3s. 6d. Kirby, George. The first Set

Catastrophe Galliæ et Hiberniæ Restitutio. of English Madrigalls, to four, five an impartial Judgement denoting the Deand six Voyces.

London, by struction of Ireland. London, 1690. 4to. Thomas Este, 1597. 4to. 21. 2s.

Rev. William. An Introduc

tion to Entomology: or, Elements | edły printed work, always found in a sorry of the natural History of Insects. condition. The second part was written by

-1640. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. By the Rev. Wm. Kirby and Wm. ii. 154, pt. i. with front. morocco, 11. 15s. Spence, Esq. London, 1826. 8vo. 1670. 8vo. Roxburghe, 4005, pt. i. 13s. 4 vols. 31. 18s.

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London, 1750. 8vo.

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KIRKMAN, Francis. The Wits, 1819, 6s. 6d. Hibbert, 4530, 9s. or Sport upon Sport: being a cu KIRWAN, Richard, LL.D. Elerious Collection of several Drols ments of Mineralogy. The third and Farces. 8vo.

Edition. London, 1810. 8vo. 2 Two parts, with a frontispiece. A wretch- vols.

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