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A CATALOGUE

OF

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, SINGLE SHEETS, AND BROADSIDES

IN SOME WAY CONNECTED WITH THE

COUNTY OF SOMERSET.

BY

EMANUEL GREEN, F.S.A. F.R.S.L.

In Three Uolumes.

VOLUME II.

COUNTY BOOKS, BATH EXCEPTED.

A-K.

Taunton :

BARNICOTT AND PEARCE, 44, FORE STREET.

1902.

668

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Vol. II, p. 132, 1. 32, for hell read bell.

p. 207, 1. 8 from bottom, for Claverton read Laverton.
p. 350, 1. 7, omit Charles.
p. 446, after line 6, insert Memoir from 1. 27.

caris in

Bibliotheca Somersetensis.

A., E.

Stanzas on Memory. Suggested by and adapted from Wuffler's hymn, “ Eternity! Eternity!”.

12mo., Weston-s-Mare, 1856. A., F. S. (Fellow Society Antiquaries of Weston-s-Mare). The

Legend of Saint Kew. In three parts. Being a sheet omitted in the ancient annals of Kewstoke.

sm. 4to., 1879. A., M.(i.e. Mrs. M. Allen). A History of Ford Abbey, Dorsetshire, late in the County of Devon. Front., the Abbey.

12mo., Chard, 1846. Abbots Leigh. Abbots Leigh; a poem.

4to. ABOAB, DAVID. The mercy and truth or a brief account of the

dealings of God with David Aboab, a native of Venice, born and educated a jew but now converted from the darkness and blindness of judaism to the glorious light of the gospel of Christ. To which is subjoined a compassionate expostulation to his brethren the Jews, concerning many of their superstitions ; with several proofs from the old testament that the Messiah is already come. With other doctrines and particular remarks upon prophecies concerning their conversion.

London: printed and sold by J. Oswald . .. and sold

by R. Goadby at the printing office at Yeovil. 8vo., 1748. Account. An impartial account of the nature and tendency of the late addresses, in a letter to a gentleman in the country.

4to., 1681. An account of some imaginary apparitions, the effects of fear and fraud. From various authors. (Holywell Lake, near Wellington. Wiveliscombe).

12mo., Dunbar (1780). A full and true account of the tryal, examination, confession, condemnation, and execution, together with the dying words of Isaac Rabbins, Richard Bartlet, John Chilcot, and John Cooksey, who were executed at Taunton the end of this instant April, 1718.

ss., fol., 1718.

B

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