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Wright, 9575, 0. The life and reign of William the Fourth. By the Rev. G. o N. Wright, M. A. 2 vols. London, 1837. 2511, 0, Cronycle of Englonde with the fruyte of Tymes by one some yme scole mayster of Saynt Albons. London, 1502. (Printed by Wynkyn de Worde.) 10993, D. Six old English chronicles, of which two are now first translated from the monkish Latin originals; Ethelwerd's chronicle; Asser's life of Alfred; Geoffrey of Monmouth's British history; Gildas, Nennius, and Richard : Cirencester. Edited by J. A. Giles. London, 1848. (Bohn's antiquarian ibrary.) 9178, D. A new abridgment of the history of England. Dublin, 1785. 2297, Q. Britannia after the Romans; being an attempt to illustrate the religious and pelitical revolutions of that province in the fifth and succeeding centuries. London, 1836. 11690, 0. The age of Pitt and Fox. By the author of “Ireland and its rulers.” Vol. 1. London, 1846. 8007 & 7345, D. History of the mutiny at Spithead and the Nore. Philadelphia, 1845. London, 1842. 12782, 0. History of England and France under the House of Lancaster; with an introductory view of the early reformation. London, 1852. 9613, 0, Diary illustrative of the times of George the Fourth; interspersed with original letters from the late Queen Caroline and other distinguished persons, 2 vols. London, 1838. 13422, 0.3. Narrative of the expedition under Gen. Crawford; with an !count of the operations against Buenos Ayres under Lt.-Gen. Whitelochy. Maps. London, 1808. 2539, Q. The land we live in ; a pictorial and literary sketchbook of the British Empire. 4 vols. London, 1849. 13712, O. A mirror for the city of Bristol, in which is exhibited a part of the benefactions and endowments for which the corporation are responsible as trustees. By John Cranidge. Bristol, 1818. Gift of Thos. Balch, Esq. 6100, D. Domestic life in England, from the earliest times. By the editor of the family manual and servant's guide. London, 1835. 6835, D. Chronicles of London bridge. By an antiquary. 2d edition. London, 1839. 12654, 0. A collection of interesting authentic papers relative to the dispute between Great Britain and America, showing the causes and progress of that misunderstanding (commonly called Prior Documents), from 1764 to 1775. London, 1777. 10325, 0.6. Charter and by-laws of the society of the Sons of St. George, together with an historical sketch of the origin and progress of the society, list of officers, members, &c., &c. Philadelphia, 1840. Gift of Mr. Jos. Sill.

1302, F. Reports from the select committee appointed to inquire into the state of the public records of the kingdom. 2 vols. 1800. 1190, F. Questions circulated under the authority of his majesty's commisioners on the public records of the kingdom with the view of procuring information. London, 1833. Gift of the British Government. 8964, D. Papers and documents relative to the evidence of certain witnesses examined before the select committee of the House of Commons on the "Record commission.” London, 1837. 1199, F. & 12313, O. 1. General report to the king in council, from the Hon.board of commissioners on the public records. London, 1837. Gift of the British Government. 13508, O. & 13547, O. 2. Papers and documents relating to the record commission. London, 1837. Gift of C. R. Cooper, Esq.


12316, O. 3, 4, 5 and 6. Pamphlets relating to the record commission. London, 1846. 1197, F. Registrum vulgariter nuncupatum, “The record of Caernarvon;" e codice MS". Harleiano 696 descriptum. London, 1838. Gift of the British Government. 2590, Q. The Assiento; or contract for allowing the subjects of Great Britain, the liberty of importing negroes into Spanish America. Signed by the Catholick King at Madrid, March 26, 1713. London, 1713. 2603, Q. 4. Copies and translations of the royal charters (confirmed in parlia. ment) by which the territories of Nova Scotia and Canada, with the islands and seas adjacent, and dignities were granted in 1621, 1625 and 1628, to the Rt. Hon. Sir William Alexander (afterwards Earl of Stirling, &c.) London, 1831. 9985, O. The parliaments and councils of England, chronologically arranged, from the reign of William I. to the revolution in 1688. London, 1839. 1234, F. General index to the bills, reports, accounts and other papers, printed by order of the House of Commons. 1801–1832. 1233, F. Catalogue of parliamentary reports and a breviate of their con: tents, arranged under heads according to their subjects. 1696–1834. 1230, F. Table of the statutes passed by the Parliament of Great Britain, 1827–1835. London. 9620, O. Report of the Parliamentary select committee on aboriginal tribes. (British settlements.) London, 1837. 9867, O. Debates of the House of Commons in 1774 on the government of Quebec. London, 1839. 1351, F. Correspondence relative to the affairs of the Levant. Presented to Parliament 1841. Part 1. London, 1841. 1267, F. Report from the select committee (of Parliament), on post-office communication with Ireland. 1842. 1268, F. 1. Eighth annual report of the poor law commissioners. Lon. don, 1842. 1268, F. 2. Corn laden ships. Parliamentary return. 1268, F. 3. Mail steam packets. Parliamentary return. 1268, F. 4. Report from the select committee on lighting the House. 1842. 1270, F. 4. Supplementary treaty between her majesty and the Emperor of China. London, 1843. 1 1272, F. 1. Twenty-first report of the commissioners of woods and forests. 844. 1272, F. 2. Standing orders of the House of Commons, 1685. 1844. 1272, F. 3. Reports on Captain Warren's inventions. 1844. 1272, F. 4. Colonial expenditures. 1272, F. 5. Holyhead and Port Dyllaew harbors. London and Dublin communication. 1 1273, F. 1. Third report of the commissioners on the fine arts. London, 844. lso F. 2. Bill for regulating the employment of children in factories. 44. is." F. 3. Public works. Canada. Return to the House of Commons. 43. 13678, O. Report from the select committee on import duties on wido Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed. 2 vols. London, 1852. Gift of Thos. Balch, Esq.

2565, Q. A short history of the East India Company. London, 1793. Gift of James H. Castle, Esq. *

$532, O. 1. The publications of the Surtees Society established in lo London, 1835. Wills and inventories illustrative of the history, mann”


languages, statistics, &c. of the northern counties of England, from the eleventh
century downwards. Wols. 1, 26 and 27. London, 1837, &c.
13281, O. Publications of the Camden Society. 51 vols. London, 1838
to 1851. As follows:–
Vol. 1. Historie of the arrivall of Edward IV. in England, 1471. 1838.
2. Kynge Johan; a play. By John Bale. 1838. -
3. Alliterative poem on the deposition of Richard II. 1838. ,
4. Anecdotes and traditions, illustrative of early English history and lite-
rature, from MSS. sources. By Wm. J. Thoms. 1838. -
5. The political songs of England from the reign of John to that of
Edward II. Edited by T. Wright. 1839.
6. Plumton correspondence. (1460–1551.) 1839.
7. A chronicle of the first thirteen years of the reign of Edward IV. By
John Waikworth, D. D. 1839.
8. Ecclesiastical documents, viz.: 1. A brief history of the Bishoprick
of Somerset from its foundation to 1174. 2. Charters from the library
of Dr. Cox Macro. 1840.
9. Annals of the first four years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. By
Sir John Hayward. 1840.
10. Kemps nine daies wonder; performed in a daunce from London to
Norwich. 1840.
11. The chronicle of William de Rishanger of the Barons' wars. The
miracles of Simon de Montfort. 1840.
12. Chronica Jocelini de Brakelonda, de rebus gestis Samsonis Abbatis
Monasterii S. Edmundi. 1840.
13. Speculi Britanniae pars; an historical and chorographical description
of the county of Essex, by John Norden, 1594. 1840.
14. The Egerton papers. Illustrative of the times of Elizabeth and James

I. 1840. -
15. Narrative illustrative of the contests in Ireland in 1641 and 1690. -

1840. --
16. The Latin poems commonly attributed to Walter Mapes. 1841. -
17. The second book of the travels of Nicander Nacius, of Corcyra. 1841. ---

18. Three early English metrical romances. 1842.

19. The private diary of Dr. John Dee, and the catalogue of his library of manuscripts. 1842.

20. An apology for Lollard doctrines, attributed to Wickliffe. Now first printed. 1842.

21. Rutland papers. Illustrative of the courts and times of Henry VII. - - -
and Henry VIII. 1842. -
22. The diary of Dr. Thomas Cartwright, Bishop of Chester, 1686–7. -

23. Original letters of eminent literary men of the 16th, 17th and 18th
centuries. 1843.
24. A contemporary narrative of the proceedings against Dame Alice
Kyteler, prosecuted for Sorcery in 1324, 1843.
25. Promptorium parvulorum sive clericorum, lexicon Anglo-Latinum
princeps, autore Fratre Galfrido, circa 1440. 1843.
26. Three chapters of letters relating to the suppression of monasteries.
27. Correspondence of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester, during his govern-
ment of the Low Countries 1585 and 1586. 1844.
28. Croniques de London depuis l'an 44 Hen. III. jusqu'à l'an 17 Edw.
III. 1844.
29. Three books of Polydore Vergil's English history, comprising the
reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV. and Richard III. 1844.


Wol. 30. The Thornton romances; the early English metrical romances of
Perceval, Isambras, Eglamour and Degrevant. 1844.
31. Werney papers; notes of proceedings in the Long Parliament by Sir
Ralph Werney. 1845.
32. Autobiography of Sir John Branston. 1845.
33. Letters from James Earl of Perth to his sister, the Countess of Erroll.

1845. 34. De antiquis legibus liber; Cronica Maiorum et Vicecomitum Londoni.

". carum, 1178 ad 1276. 1846. - 35. The chronicle of Calais in the reigns of Henry VII. and Henry VIII, to 1540. 1846. 36. Polydore Vergil's English history. Wol. 1, comprising the period prior to the Norman conquest. 1846. 37. A relation; or rather a true account of the island of England, about the year 1500. Translated from the Italian, with notes by Charlotte Augusta Freyd. 1847. 38. Documents relating to the collegiate Church of Middleham in York; with an historical introduction by Rev. Wm. Atthill. 1847. 39. The Camden miscellany, volume the first; containing Register and chronicle of the Abbey of Aberconway; Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire in 1470; Bull of Pope Innocent VIII. on the marriage of Henry VII. with Elizabeth of York; Journal of the siege of Rouen in 1591; Letter of George Fleetwood describing the battle of Lutzen and death of Gustavus Adolphus; Diary of Dr. Edward Lake, chaplain and tutor to the Princesses Mary and Anne 1677–1678. 1847. 40. A commentary of the services and charges of William Lord Grey of Wilton, by his son Arthur. With a memoir of the author, &c. 1847. 41. Diary of Walter Yonge, Esq., from 1604 to 1628. 1848. 42. The diary of Henry Machyn, citizen and merchant tailor of London, from 1550 to 1563. 1848. 43. The visitation of the county of Huntingdon, under the authority of William Camden, King at arms. 1849. 44. The obituary of Richard Smyth, London; being a catalogue of all - such persons as he knew from 1627 to 1674. 1849. - 45. Certain considerations upon the government of England. By Sir Robert Twysden. 1849. 46. Letters of Queen Elizabeth and King James III. of Scotland. 1849. 47. Chronicon Petroburgense. 1849. 48. The chronicle of Queen Jane and of two years of Queen Mary, and especially of the rebellion of Sir Thomas Wyat. Written by a resident of the Tower of London. 1850. 49. Wills and inventories from the registers of the commissary of Bury St. Edmunds and the Archdeacon of Sudbury. 1850. 50. Gualteri Mapes de nugis curialium. 1850. *h}. rooms of Sir Richard Guylforde to the Holy Land, A. D.

8114, D. The history of Scotland from King Robert I. to 1690. And also a particular account of the family of Gordon. 2 vols. London, 1732. 11423, O. A survey of the Province of Moray, historical, geographical and - political. Aberdeen, 1798. 6186, D. Miscellanea Scotica; a collection of tracts relating to the history, antiquities, topography and literature of Scotland. 4 vols. Glasgow, 1820. 8742, D. The Bass Rock, its civil and ecclesiastical history, geology, marty" ology, zoology and botany. Edinburgh, 1847. 13713, O. A history of the Highlands, and of the Highland clans: with


in extensive selection from the hitherto inedited Stuart papers. By James Browne, LL.D. 4 vols. Engravings and woodcuts. London, 1852.

2557, Q. Pacata Hibernia; or a history of the wars in Ireland during the sign of Queen Elizabeth. Taken from the original chronicles. Portraits, ;: and plans. London, 1633. Dublin, reprinted, 1810. Gift of Isaac ta, Esq. for. The history of the execrable Irish rebellion, from 1641 to 1662. London, 1680. 13365, 0. The Irish historical library, pointing at most of the authors in Mint or manuscript which may be servicable to compilers. By William, Lord Bishop of Derry. Dublin, 1724. Gift of I. Lea, Esq. !64, Q. The whole proceedings of the siege of Drogheda. To which is alled a true account of the siege of Londonderry. Dublin, 1736. 1991, F. Hibernica: or some ancient pieces relating to Ireland, never illerto made public. Dublin, 1767. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. 13361, 0, Debates relative to the affairs of Ireland (in the Irish Parliaout), in 1763 and 1764. Taken by (Sir James Caldwell,) &c. 2 vols. Londo, 1766. Gift of I. Lea, Esq. 18362, 0. The parliamentary register; or history of the proceedings and *ales in the House of Commons of Ireland from Oct. 9, 1781, to June 5, lo, 15 vols. Dublin, 1784 to 1795. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. 13363, 0. A report of the debates in the Parliament of Ireland in 1793, on the bill for relief of H. M. catholic subjects. Dublin, 1793. Gift of the &line, 1200, F. Rotulorum patentium et clausorum Cancellariae Hiberniae Caleninium. Vol. 1. Part 1. Hen. II-Hen. VII. London, 1838. Gift of the British Government. 1201, F. Inquisitionum in officio Rotulorum Cancellariae Hibernia asservaorum, repertorium. Vol. 1. London, 1836. Gift of the same. Note—For other records presented by the British Government, see Hardy, Plo, Nicolas and Balgrave, p. 1467, and p. 1472. 1371, F. 1. Report from the select committee on townland valuation of Ireland. London, 1844.


9477,0. The history of party, from the rise of the Whig and Tory factions, the reign of Charles II. to the passing of the reform bill. By George W. "o, Esq. 3 vols. London, 1836.

TO 1800.

*7, D. A discourse of monarchy, as it relates to the succession of James, Duke of York. London, 1601. D.

*19. D. The rights of the people concerning impositions, with a remon* to the King. London, 1658. D.

ol, D. The common interest of king and people, showing the original .." "Wondexcellences of monarchy, compared with aristocracy and democracy. Poli Nalson, LL. D. London, ibis."D.

so 0. An essay upon ways and means of supplying the war. London,

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