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PAMPHLETS AND TRACTS,
AS WELL IN MANUSCRIPT AS IN PRINT,
FOUND IN THE LATS
EARL OF OXFORD'S LIBRARY,
HISTORICAL, POLITICAL, AND CRITICAL
printtd for J. Robinson, in Fleet-street, 1708. Folio, containing one page ------,.----- ...... gj
, February, 1708-9. Printed in the year 1709. Quarto, containing
An Epitaph on BonSrfidt, the French King Lewis XIV. MS. - - - 196
An authentick Relation of the many Hardships and Sufferings of a Dutch Sailor, who was put on Shore on the uninhabited Isle of Ascension, by Order of the Commodore of a Squadron of Dutch Ships. Taken from the Original Journal found in his Tent by some Sailors, who lauded from on Board the Compton, Captain Morson Commander, in January 1725-6. Octavo, containing twenty-eight pages ----. 197
Advice to a Young Clergyman, how to conduct himself in the common Offices of Life, in a Letter from a late Right Reverend Prelate. Octavo, containing twenty-five pages ----,-----.. 203
The Travels of three English Gentlemen, from Venice to Hamburgh, being the Grand Tour of Germany, in the Year 17S4. MS. Never before published --------------.... 218
A Journey from Laubach, or Lubiana, to Gratz, the Metropolis of the
A Journey from Gratz, the Metropolis of Stiria, to Vienna in Austria,
The Continuation of the Travels of three English Gentlemen. A
The Conclusion of the Travels of three English Gentlemen, &c. MS. 319 A Letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Cloyne. By a Gentleman in the Army, in the year 1739 --.----. 355
The true and wonderful History of Perkin Warbeck, proclaiming himself Richard the Fourth. London: Printed by E. G. for Nathaniel Butler, and are to be sold at his Shop in Paul's Church-yard, at the sign of the Pyed Bull. 1618. Quarto, containing one hundred and twelve pages ----.---.--------- 367
Chorographia: Or, a Survey of Newcastle-upon-Tine. The Estate of this Country, under the Romans. The Building of the famous Wall of the Picts, by the Romans. The ancient town of Pandon. A brief Description of the Town, Walls, Wards, Churches, Religious Houses, Streets, Markets, Fairs, River, and Commodities; with the Suburbs. The ancient and present Government of the Town. As also, a Relation of the County of Northumberland, which was the Bulwark of England against the Inroads of the Scots. Their many Castles and Towers. Their ancient Families and Names. Of the Tenure in Cornage. Of Cheviot-Hills. Of Tinedale and Reedsdale, with the Inhabitants.
Potestas omnium ad Caesarem pertinet, proprietas ad singulos.
Newcastle, printed by S. B. 1649. Quarto, containing thirty-four pages, besides the Title and Preface to the Reader ------ 446
A Declaration of the Right Honourable James, Marquis and Earl of Montrose, Lord Green and Mugdock, Captain-general of all his Majesty's Forces, raised and to be raised for his Service, in his Kingdoms of Great-Britain, concerning his Excellency's Resolution to settle his Majesty, Charles the Second, in all his Dominions, July 0, 1649. London, printed in the year 1649. Quarto, containing five pages ----------------.-- 469
A Winter Dream.
- Qua me suspennnm insomnia terrent t Sapefutururum prasagia somnia rerum. Virg.
Printed Anno Domini Quan Do ReX AngloruM VectI victltabat Captlvus, 1649. Quarto, containing twenty-two pages - - - - 47s