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An Answer to a Letter written by Jamestion of the Island of Ceylon in the Tyre, a Jesuit. Edinburgh, 1568. 8vo. See East Indies. London, 1681. folio. Mackenzie's Scott. Writers. ii. 137. To his louing Brethren, whome God ones author by R. White, and plates. This work,

Hlustrated with a map, a portrait of the gathered in the Church of Edinburgh, and now are dispersed for Tryal of our Faith, &c. though published so long ago, still retains its Striueling be Robert Lekpreuik, 1571. 8vo. character, as the fullest and most interesting

An Answer to a Letter of a lesuit named account of the inhabitants of Ceylon. HibTyrie. Sanctandrois be Robert Lekprenik, bert, 4592, ??. Bindley, pt. ii. 205, 11. 7s. 1572. 8vo. P 5, in eights, including the uitle Nassau, pt. i. 2186, 11. 10s. Roxburghe, page. Bindley, pt. ii. 1111, 21. 178. White 7292, 21. 2s. Fonthill, 1796, 21. 5s. WilKnights, 2260, morocco, 21. 8s. Inglis, lett, 1368, 21. 14. 848, 51. 2s. 6d.

Vicesimus, D.D. The Works Sermons at Leith before the Regent and of Vicesimus Knox, D. D. with a other Tracts. Sanct Androis, 1572. 8vo.

Ane breif Commendation of Vprichtnes. biographical Preface. Lond. 1824. Set furth in Inglis Meter be M. Iohne Da- 8vo. 7 vols. uidsone, Regent in S. Leonards College. Sanct

With portrait.
Androis be Robert Lekpreuik, 1573. 4to.
A Fort for the afflicted, by John Knoxe.

Essays moral and literary. Lond. 1778-9. London, 1580. 16mo. White Knights, 2261, 12mo. 2 vols. - 1782. 12mo. 2 vols. morocco, 13s. An exposition vpon the sixth 1795. 12mo. 2 vols. Edwards, 100, 5s.6d. Psalm. At the end is · A comfortable Epistle - 1793. 12mo. 3 vols. Drury, 2153, 13s. sent to the afflicted Churche of Christ. Writ

Liberal Education; or a practical Treatise ten at Deepe 31 May 1554.' Herbert

on the Methods of acquiring useful and polite slightly mentions two former editions of the Learning. Seventh Edition. Lond. 1785. dates of 1554 and 1556.

12mo. 2 vols. Hibbert, 4443, 35. - 1781. A notable and comfortable Exposition vpon 8vo. the fourth of Matthew. London, (1583). Winter Evenings: or Lucubrations on 16mo. White Knights, 2362, morocco, 12 9s. Life and Letters. London, 1788. 12mo.

Order and Doctrine of the general Fast in 3 vols. — 1790. 2 vols. Hibbert, 4444, 8s. Scotland, Dec. 25, 1565. London, 1603.

Family Lectures, or domestic Divinity; 12mo. A copy is in the British Museum.

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1791. 8vo. A judicious and valuable collecLiturgy see Confession of Faith.

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established. London, 1795. 8vo. 2 vols. Knox, Captain John. An his- Williams, 1056, 21. 198. 18– royal torical Journal of the Campaigns in 8vo. 11. 4s. North-America, for the Years 1757

Sermons (23) chiefly intended to promote -60. Lond. 1769. 4to. 2 vols. 8s. Faith, Hope, and Charity. London, 1793.

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The present that Country. London, 1785, 8vo. State of the Cape of Good Hope, 2 vols.

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Lon- vols. don, 1784. 8vo.

A work formerly enjoying a reputation Observations on the Northern Fisheries. for accuracy, which subsequent travellers London, 1786.

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Baron de Kolli, relative to his secret called Alcaron: and also it speaks of MahoMission in 1810, for liberating Fer- met the Nygromancer. London by dinand VII. King of Spain, from

Worde (n. d.). 4to. Captivity at Valençay. Written by

KORNMANN, Henr. Sibylla Trighimself. To which are added, M. andriana, sive, de Virginitate, Virmoirs of the Queen of Etruria, ginum Statu et Jure, de Linea AmoWritten by herself. London, 1823.

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An excellent critique on this volume will ing to the Nature of that Science be found in the Quart. Rev. xvi. 344–87.

Fonthill, 732, 21. and the Principles of the greatest KOTZEBUE, Augustus Von. TraMusical Authors. London, 1796. vels through Italy, in the Years folio. 15s.

1804 and 1805. London, 1806. An Essay on practical Musical Composi- | 12mo. 4 vols. 12s. ton, according to the Nature of that Science,

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Sketch of the Life and literary Career of A practical Guide to Thorough-Bass. Lon- Augustus Von Kotzebue ; with the Journal don, 1801. folio. 10s. 6d.

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The most remarkable Year in the Life of Koops, Matthias. An historical Augustus Von Kotzebue ; containing an Ac

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from the German, by the Rev. Benjamin liest Date to the Invention of Paper.

Beresford. London, 1802. 12mo. 3 vols.

Travels from Berlin through Switzerland London, 1800. 8vo.

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in 1821, 1l. 9s. Drury, 2162, 11. 10s. A lytell Treatyse of the Turkes Lawe KRANTZ, Albert.

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