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London, 1804–6. The Regal and Ecclesiastical_Antiquities of England; containing the

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with notes and illustrations by E. Berwick. 8vo. London, 1809. Argenson (Mémoires du Marquis d'). (French History.) Aristotle (Life of). (Aristotle's Ethics.) Arminius (Life of James). (Works by Nichols, Vol. I.) Ascham (Life of Roger). (Works.) Atterbury (Memoirs of Bp. Fr.). (Correspondence.) Aylmer (Life of Abp.). (Eng. Ecc. Hist.) Bacon (History of Fryer). (Miscellanea Antiqua.) Bacon (Memoirs of Antony). (Birch's Elizabeth.) Bacon's (John) Memoirs. (Cecil's Works, Vol. I.) Baker (Life of the Rev. Tho.), by Horatio Walpole. (Orford's Works,

Vol. II.) Barnes' (Life of Robert). (Tyndal, &c.'s Works.) Barrington (Life of Shute, Viscount). (Works, Vol. I.) Barrington (Memoir of Bp. Shute). (Works, Vol. I.) Barrow (Account of Isaac). (Works, Vol. I.) Barry (Life of J.). (Works, Fine Arts.) Barthélemy (Mémoires sur la Vie de J. J.). (Voyage d'Anacharse, Vol. I.) Bannatyne's (George) Memorials; with the contents of the Bannatyne

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Barwick (Life of Dr. John), by P. Barwick. 8vo. large paper, port. by

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3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1807. Becket (Life of Thomas à). (Eng. Ecc. Hist.) Bentley (The Life of Richard), with an account of his writings, and

anecdotes of distinguished characters during the period in which he

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(Mackenzie's Works, Vol. VII.) Bois (Life of Mr. John), one of the Translators of the Bible, by Anthony

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2 vols. small 8vo. Newcastle, 1820. Campbell (Life of Geo.). (Lect. on Ecc. Hist.) Carleton (Memoirs of Capt. George). (Spanish History.) Carnot (Mémoires sur). (French History.) Carstares (Life of William). (State Papers.) Caxton (Life of William). (Bibliography.) Cecil (Life, Character, and Remains of the Rev. Thos.), collected and

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1822. Cervantes (Life of). (Don Quixote.) Charlemont (Memoirs of James Caulfield, Earl of). (Irish History.) Chatterton (Life' of Thomas). (Works, Vol. I.) Chaucer (Life of Geoffry), by W. Godwin ; including memoirs of his

near friend and kinsman, John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. With sketches of the manners, opinions, arts, and literature in England

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(Misc. Works, Vol. I.) Chillingworth (Life of W.). (Works, Vol. I.) Cicero (Life of M. T.), by C. Middleton. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1819. Clarendon (The Life of Edward, Earl of), to his banishment in 1667;

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writings : with an occasional literary inquiry into the age in which he lived, and the contemporaries with whom he flourished, by William

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many strange and surprising events which happened to him through a series of sixty years, and several anecdotes regarding King William's and Queene Anne's War with Louis XIV. 8vo. Dublin, printed for the author, 1755.

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