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Fabricii (J. A.) Bibliotheca Græca; sive, Notitia Scriptorum veterum

Græcorum, quorumcumque monumenta integra aut fragmenta edita extant; tum plerorumque è MSS. ac deperditis. Curante G. C. Harles : accedunt B. J. A. Fabricii et C. A. Heumanni supplementa

inedita. 12 vols. 4to. Hamburgi, 1790-1809. Fabricii (J. A.) Bibliotheca Latina, nunc melius dilecta, rectiùs digesta,

et aucta diligentiâ J. A. Ernesti. 3 vols. 8vo. Lipsiæ, 1773–4. Anonymous and Pseudonymous Works. [Baillet (Ad.)], Auteurs déguiséz sous des noms étrangers, empruntéz,

supposéz, feints à plaisir, chiffréz, renverséz, retournéz, ou changéz

d'une langue en une autre. Small 8vo. Paris, 1690. Barbier (Ant. Alex.), Dictionnaire des Ouvrages Anonymes et Pseudo

nymes, composés, traduits, ou publiés en Français ; avec les noms des auteurs, traducteurs, et éditeurs. 4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1806.

On Libraries, and their Arrangement. Petit-Radel (L. C. F.), Recherches sur les Bibliothèques, anciennes et

modernes, jusqu'à la fondation de la Bibliothèque Mazarine, et sur les causes qui ont favoriser l'accroissement du nombre des livres.

8vo. Paris, 1819. [Horne's (T. H.)] Outlines of the Classification of a Library submitted

to the Trustees of the British Museum (as a plan for the new catalogue of that collection). 4to. London (not published), 1825.

Catalogues of Public and Private Libraries. Hunter's (Joseph) Catalogue of the Library of Bretton, in Yorkshire ;

and notices of the libraries belonging to other religious houses. Small

4to. London, 1831. Catalogue of the MSS. in the Cottonian Library, deposited in the British

Museum ; by J. Planta. Folio. London, 1802. Catalogue of the Harleian MSS. in the British Museum (edited by

R. Nares and H. Ellis) ; with Indexes of persons, places, and matters

[by T. H. Horne]. 4 vols in two, folio. London, 1808-12. Catalogue of the Lansdowne MSS. in the British Museum ; with Indexes

of persons, places, and matters. 2 vols. folio. (London), 1812. Catalogue of the Library (MS. and printed] belonging to the Faculty of

Advocates, Edinburgh [by Thomas Ruddiman, w. Goodall, Alex.

Brown, &c.] 3 vols. folio. Edin. 1742–1807. Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Institution, including a complete

list of all the Greek writers, by Dr. Charles Burney; methodically arranged, with an alphabetical index by W. Harris. Royal 8vo.

London, 1821. Catalogue of the Library of the London Institution, by Wm. Upcott.

8vo. London, 1813. Catalogue of Sanscrit MSS. presented to the Royal Society by Sir W.

and Lady Jones. (Jones's Works, Vol. VI.) Bibliotheca Chethamensis; sive Bibliothecæ Publicæ Mancuniensis

(Manchester) Catalogus; contexuit, indices adjecit, atque edidit G. P. Greswell. 3 vols. 8vo. · Mancunii, 1791–1826.

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Account and Extracts of the Manuscripts in the Library of the King of

France, translated. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1789. Harris (James) on the Arabic MSS., and those of Livy, in the Escurial;

and of the MSS. of Cebes in the King of France's library. (Works,

Vol. II.) Delandine (Ant. Fr.), Manuscrits de la Bibliothèque de Lyon, ou notices

sur leur ancienneté, leurs auteurs, &c., précédées d'une histoire des

anciennes bibliothèques de Lyon. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1789. Stewart's (C. J.) Descriptive Catalogue of the Oriental Library of the

late Tippoo, Sultan of Mysore. 4to. Cambr. 1809.

Pettigrew's (T. J.) Bibliotheca Sussexiana ; a descriptive catalogue, ac

companied by historical and biographical notices, of the MSS. and printed books contained in the library of his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, in Kensington Palace. Vol. I. Parts I. and II.

Imperial 8vo. Lond. 1827. Dibdin's (T. F.) Bibliotheca Spenceriana; or, a descriptive catalogue of

the books printed in the 15th century, and of many valuable first editions in the library of Earl Spencer. - Ædes Althorpianæ, or an account of the mansion, books, and pictures at Althorp. — Supple

ment to the Bibliotheca. 7 vols. in 6, impl. 8vo. Lond. 1814–22. [Revicksky (Count Charles)], Catalogue de mes Livres ; avec des

remarques tirées de différens ouvrages bibliographiques, souvent éclaircies, quelquefois redressées. 8vo. Berolini, 1784.

This collection now forms part of Earl Spencer's. Catalogus Librorum qui in Bibliothecâ Blandfordiense reperiuntur

1812. 4to. Bibliotheca Parriana ; a catalogue of the library of the late Samuel Parr.

8vo. London, 1827. Thoresby's Catalogue of the MSS. and various editions of the Bible

in his Museum. (Whitaker's Leeds.) Bunau (le Comte) Catalogus Bibliothecæ Bunavianæ, edente J. M.

Franckio. Vols. I. to III. in 4 vols. 4to. all published. Lipsiæ,

1750–55. Crevenna (A. B.), Catalogue des Livres de sa Bibliothèque. 5 vols. in

3, 8vo. with the prices. Amst. 1789. Mac Carthy (le Comte), Catalogue des Livres de sa Bibliothèque, par

G. de Bure. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1815. Renouard (Ant. Aug.), Catalogue de la Bibliothèque d'un Amateur ;

avec des notes bibliographiques, &c. 4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1819. Santander (C. de la Serna), Catalogue de ses Livres, rédigé par lui-même;

avec des notes bibliographiques et littéraires, et un supplément. 5 vols. 8vo. Bruxelles, 1803.

Askew (Ant.) Catalogus Librorum rarissimorum; with prices. 8vo. large

paper. London, 1775. Beauclerk (Topham), Catalogue of his Library, by S. Paterson. Both

Parts, with prices. 8vo. London, 1781. Bindley (James), Catalogue of his Library. 4 parts, 8vo. Lond. 1820. Fridges (John) Catalogus Librorum. 8vo. large paper. London, 1725.

Crofts (Catalogue of the Library of T.), by S. Paterson. 8vo. large

paper, with prices. London, 1783. Hibbert (Catalogue of the Library of Geo.), sold by R. H. Evans. 8vo.

with prices. London, 1829. Roscoe (Wm.), Catalogue of the Library of. 8vo. Liverpool, 1816. Roxburghe (Duke of), Catalogue of his Library, arranged by G. and

W. Nicol, and sold by R. H. Evans. 8vo. with prices. Lond. 1812. Stanleiana (Bibliotheca); Catalogue of a Selection from the Library of

Col. Stanley. 8vo. inlaid in 4to, with prices. London, 1813. Steevens (Catalogue of the Library of Geo.) 8vo. large paper, with

prices. London, 1800. Sykes (Sir M. M.), Catalogue of his Library, sold by Evans. 8vo. port.

with prices. London, 1824. Taylor (G. W.), Catalogue of the Books, Pictures, and Furniture, at

Erlestoke Mansion; sold by Robins. 4to. 1832. West (James), Catalogue of his Library, by S. Paterson. 8vo. with

prices. London, 1773.

Sect. II.-POLITE LITERATURE.

Introductions to the Study, and Courses of Polite Literature.

Addison's (Jos.) Discourse on Ancient and Modern Learning. (Works,

Vol. VI.) Barrington (Daines) on the French and English Writers. (Miscellanies.) Blair's (Hugh) Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres. 2 vols. 4to.

London, 1783. Gibbon (Edward), Essai sur l'Etude de la Littérature. (Misc. Works,

Vol. II.) Gibbon (E.) Abstract of his Reading, with Reflections. (Misc. Works,

Vol. II.) Goldsmith's (0.) Enquiry into the present state of Polite Learning in

Europe. (Works, Vol. I.) Rollin's (M.) Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres.

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1804. Waterhouse's (Ed.) Humble Apologie for Learning and Learned Men,

(shewing the antiquity of letters and learned men in our nation, and

the advantages we have obtained thereby). 8vo. London, 1653. (Goldsmith's (0.)] Anecdotes of Polite Literature. 5 vols. 18mo. Lon

don, 1764. Laharpe (J. F.), Lycée, ou Cours de Littérature Ancienne et Moderne,

[avec la dernière partie : Philosophie du XVIII Siècle, et la table

analytique). 17 vols. in 20, 8vo. Paris, 1799–1810. Laharpe (J. F.), Mélanges Inédits de Littérature, recueillis par J. B.

Salgues, pouvant servir de suite au cours de littérature. 8vo. Paris,

Grammar.

On the Origin and Formation of Language, and Universal

Grammar. Nicholson (Gul.) de universis totius Orbis Linguis. (Oratio Domi

nica.) Wotton (Guil.) de Confusione Linguarum Babylonicâ. (Oratio Domi

nica.) Beattie's (James) Theory of Language. 8vo. London, 1788. Monboddo (James Burnet, Lord), of the Origin and Progress of Lan

guage. 6 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1774–92. Gébélin (Count de), le Monde Primitif analysé et comparé avec le

Monde Moderne, considéré dans l'histoire naturelle de la parole; ou,

grammaire universelle et comparative. 9 vols. 4to. Paris, 1773–82. Townsend's (Jos.) Veracity of Moses established from the History of

Languages. (Character of Moses, Vol. I.) Murray's (Alex.) History of the European Languages; or, researches

into the affinities of the Teutonic, Greek, Celtic, Sclavonic, and Indian

nations. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1823. Kennedy's (Lieut.-Col. Vans) Researches into the Origin and Affinity

of the principal Languages of Asia and Europe. 4to. Lond. 1827. Harris's (James) Hermes ; or, a philosophical enquiry concerning uni

versal grammar. (Works, Vol. I.) Urquhart's (Sir Thos.) Introduction to the Universal Language. (Tracts.)

Grammars and Dictionaries.

VARIOUS LANGUAGES.

Leibnitz de Variis Linguis. (Oratio Dominica.)
Lacroze (Matur.) de Variis Linguis. (Oratio Dominica.)
Tooke's (J. Horne) Eric II Tigotrta, or the Diversions of Purley: new

edition, edited, with numerous additions, from the copy prepared by the author for publication, [by Richard Taylor). 2 vols. 8vo.

London, 1829. Fry's (Edmund) Pantographia; containing accurate copies of all the

known alphabets in the world ; together with an English explanation of the peculiar force of each letter. Royal 8vo, with the original

prospectus appended. Mr. Brand's copy. London, 1799. Whiter's (W.) Etymologicon Universale; or, Universal Etymological

Dictionary, on a new plan; shewing that consonants alone are to be regarded in discovering the affinities of words; with illustrations from

various languages. 3 vols. 4to. Cambridge, 1822–25. Calepini (Amb.) Septem Linguarum, hoc est Lexicon Latinum, variarum

linguarum interpretatione adjectâ, (post edit. J. Facciolati]. 2 vols.

folio. Patavii, 1772. Macdonnel’s (D. E.) Dictionary of Quotations in most frequent use, from

the Latin, French, Greek, Spanish, and Italian languages, with translations. 12mo. London, 1811.

Hamilton's (Walter) Hand-Book; or, short, convenient, and intelligent

dictionary of terms used in the arts and sciences, tracing their derivation. Small 8vo. London, 1825.

ORIENTAL LANGUAGES. Waltoni (B.) Introductio ad Lectionem Linguarum Orientalium. 12mo.

Londini, 1655. Castelli (Edmundi) Lexicon Heptaglotton, Hebraicum, Samaritanum,

Chaldaicum, Æthiopicum, Syriacum, Arabicum conjunctim, et Persicum separatim. Cui accessit brevis et harmonica grammaticæ omnium præcedentium linguarum delineatio. 2 vols. folio. Lond.

1669. Jennings (David) on the Hebrew Language. (Jewish Antiq., Vol. II.) Lee's (Prof. Sam.) Grammar of the Hebrew Language, in a series of

Lectures. 8vo. London, 1827. Gesenius's (W.) Hebrew and English Lexicon to the Old Testament

(with points], including the Biblical Chaldee, translated from the German and collated with the author's other works], by Josiah

Gibbs. 8vo. London, 1827. Parkhurst's (John) Hebrew and English Lexicon, without points, with a

Hebrew and Chaldee Grammar. 8vo. London, 1807. Sacy (Silv. de), Grammaire Arabe, à l'usage des Elèves de l'Ecole des

Langues Orientales. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1810. Ruphy (J. F.), Dictionnaire Abrégé François-Arabe [Vulgaire). 4to.

Paris, 1802. Richardson's (J.) Arabic Dictionary. (Persian.) Wilkins (David) de Linguâ Copticâ. (Oratio Dominica.) Reland (Hadr.) de Veteris Linguâ Ægyptiæ. (Oratio Dominica.) Tattam's (Henry) Grammar of the Egyptian Language as contained in

the Coptic and Sahidic Dialects; with observations on the Bashmuric: together with Alphabets and Numerals in the Hieroglyphic and Enchorial characters, and a few explanatory observations. With an appendix, consisting of the rudiments of a Dictionary of the ancient Egyptian language, in the Enchorial character, by Thomas Young.

8vo. London, 1829. Ludolphi (J.) Grammatica Linguæ Amharicæ, vel Æthiopicæ, quæ ver

nacula est Habessinorum. Folio. Francof. 1702. Ludolphi (J.) Lexicon Amharico-Latinum. Folio. Francof. 1698. Ludolphi (J.) Lexicon Æthiopico-Latinum. Folio. Francof. 1698. Jones's (Sir W.) Grammar of the Persian Language. (Works, Vol. II.) Gladwin's (Francis) Persian Moonshee (containing a Persian grammar,

the Pund Nameh, select stories, lives of philosophers, dialogues, &c.

Persian and English). 4to. Calcutta, 1795. Ouseley's (Sir W.) Persian Miscellanies ; an essay to facilitate the

reading of Persian MSS., . with engraved specimens, philological

observations, &c. 4to. London, 1795. Richardson's (John) Dictionary of the Persian, Arabic, and English

Languages; with additions and improvements by Charles Wilkins. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1806-10.

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