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Woodville, 2403, 0. A history of the inoculation of the small-pox, in Great

Britain. By. William Woodville. 2 vols. London, 1796.
Woslastón, 153, Q. The religion of nature delineated. By William Woolas.

ton. London, 1726.
1182, Q. The same. 5th edit. London, 1731.-P.
509, 0. The religion of nature delineated. By Mr. Woolaston ;
with a preface, containing a general account of the life and writings

of the author. 8th edit. London, 1759. Woolman, 1118, 0. The works of John Woolman. Philadelphia, 1774.

Gift of Joseph Crukshank.
Worcesler, 3558, 0. A discourse and vindication of the Trinity. By Edward,

Lord Bishop of Worcester. London, 1697.-P.
525, D. A century of the names and scantlings of the Marquis of

Worcester's inventions. London, 1663.
Worlidge, 13, D. A eatise of cider, and other wines and drinks extracted

from fruits ; with the method of propagating all sorts of vinous fruittrees ; and the way of making metheglin and birch-wine. To which is added, a discourse teaching the best way of improving bees. Ву

John Worlidge. 2d edit. London, 1678. Worster, 868, 0. A methodical account of the principles of natural philoso

phy. By Benjamin Worster. 2d edit. London, 1750. Worthington, 3510, 0. The great duty of self-resignation to the Divine will.

By John Worthington, D. D. 2d edit. London, 1689.-P. Wotton, 3878, 0. Henricus' Wotton Sancti Clementis Romani ad Corinthios

epistolæ duæ, Græce et Latinè. Cantabrigiæ, 1718.-P. 3574, 0. Reliquiæ Wottonianæ ; or a collection of lives, letters and

poems; with characters of sundry personages. By Sir Henry Wotton. 3d cdit. London, 1678.-P.

1157, 0. See Bentley. Trottonius, 277, F. Edwardi Wottonii Oxoniensis de differentiis animalium

libri decem. Londini, 1551. Gift of Henry Callister. Il'raxall, 707, Q. The history of France from the accession of Henry the

third, to the death of Louis the fourteenth; preceded by a view of
the civil, military and political state of Europc, between the middle,
and the close of the sixteenth century. By Nathaniel William
Wraxall. 3 vols London, 1795.
1206, 0. A lour through some of the northern parts of Europe, par-
ticularly Copenhagen, Stockholm and Petersburgh. By Nathaniel
William Wraxall. 3d edit. London, 1776.
1224, O. Memoirs of the kings of France of the race of Valois, from
the year 1364 to 1574; with a tour through the western, southern,
and interior provinces of France. By Nathaniel William Wraxall.
2 vols. London, 1777.
1421, O. Memoirs of the kings of France of the race of Valois, from
the year 1364, to 1574. By Nathaniel Williain Wraxall. Sd edit.
2 vols. London, 1785.
2660, O. Memoirs of the court of Berlin, Dresden, Warsaw, and
Vienna, in the years 1777, 1778, and 1779. By Nathaniel William

Wraxall. 2 vols. London, 1799.
Ilright, 585, F. The life of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; with

the lives of his apostles and other eminent primitive Christians ; with plates. By Paul Wright, Esq. London.

Wright, 9, Q. An introduction to the antiquities of Ireland, representing the

principal ruins, curiosities and ancient dwellings in the county of Lowth ; with plates. By Thomas Wright. 2d edit. London, 1758. 1156, Q. Observations made in travelling through France, Italy, &c. in the years 1720, 1721 and 1722. By Edward Wright. 2 vols. in 1. London, 1730.-P. 1484, D. A compendious view of the late tumults and troubles in this kingdom, by way of annals, for seven years : viz. from the beginning of the 30th, to the end of the 36th year of the reign of his late Majesty Charles II. By James Wright. London, 1685.--P: 447, O.

The American negociator ; or the various currencies of the British colonies in America, and in the islands, reduced to English money. By John Wright. 3d edit. 1765. Gift of Benjamin

Condy. 1083, 0.' The elements of trigonometry, plane and spherical. By

John Wright. Edinburgh, 1772. 2406, and 2543, 0. A voyage to St. Domingo, in the years 1788,

1789 and 1790. By the Baron de Stanislaus. Translated into English, by J. Wright. London, 1797. 6, Q. Clavis cælestis ; being the explication of a diagram, entitled, “ A synopsis of the universe; or the visible world epitomized.” By

Thomas Wright. London, 1742.

196, l. See Rutty. Würtzer, 1157, D. Briefe eines schlesischen Grafen an einen Kurländischen

Edelmann. Den adel betreffend. Herausgegeben von Heinrich

Würtzer. Altona, 1795. Gift of C. Burghausen. Wyndham, 390, Q. A tour through Monmouthshire and Wales ; made in the

years 1774 and 1777 ; with plates. By Henry Penruddock Wynd. ham. 2d edit. Salisbury, 1781.

3197, 0. A diary of the late George Dubb Dodington, Baron of Melcombe Regis, from March 8, 1749, to February 6, 1761. By

Henry Penruddock Wyndham. Salisbury, 1784.-P. l'ynn, 542, F. The life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, ambassador and plenipoten

tiary for the general peace at Cologn and Nimeguen, and secretary of state to Charles II. with a series of letters, containing the most remarkable transactions of his time. By William Wynn, Esq. 2 vols,

London, 1724.
Wynne, 1033, and 1760, 0. A history of the British empire in America ;

containing an historical, political and commercial view of the Eng-
lish settlements in North America and the West Indies. By Mr.
Wynne. 2 vols. London, 1770.
3650, 0. A short introduction to geography, with an abridgment to
astronomy. By Richard Wynne. Translated into French and Ita-

lian, by Catharine Wynne. London, 1787.-P. Wyvill, 2164, 0. Political papers, chiefly respecting the attempt, commenc,

ed in 1779, and continued during several years, to effect a reforma, tion of the parliament of Great Britain. 3 vols. York.

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XENOPHON, 198, p. Xenophontis imperatoris et philosophi omnia quæ

extant opera. Græcè et Latinè. Joanne Lewenklaio interprete. Basiliæ, 1669.-L.

3346, 0. Xenophontis memorabilium, Socratis dictorum, libri IV. Græcè et Latine. Edit. 5ta. Oxonii, 1780,-P.

3467, and 3468, 0. Joannis Leunclavii Amellurni, Xenophontis de Cyri institutione libri octo; Græcè cum Latina interpreta. tione. Londini, 1713.-P.

524, and 3366, 0. See Ashley.
204, 0. See Bysshe.
1026, and 3114, 0. See Fielding.
1169, Q. See Smith.
504, 507, and 3228, 0. See Spelman,

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Y ARRANTÓN; 2139, 0. England's improvement by sca and land. To

outdo the Dutch without fighting; to pay debts without money; to set at work all the poor of England with the growth of our own

lands, &c. by Andrew Yarranton. London, 1677. Yates, 2576, O. View of the science of life ; on the principles established in

“the elements of medicine," by the late John Brown ; with an attempt to correct some important errors of that work, by William Yates and

Charles Maclean. 1797. Yearsley, 1393, 0. Poems on several occasions. By Ann Yearsley, the Clif

ton milk-woman. To which are prefixed, fugitive pieces, by another

hand. London, 1785. Yorke, 1310, Q. Sermons of the most reverend father in God, Edwin archbi

shop of Yorke. London, 1616.P. 2820, and 2933, 0. Elements of civil knowledge. By Henry Redhead

Yorke. Dorchester, 1800. 3684, 0. Annals of public economy, containing reports of the state of

agriculture, commerce and manufactures, in the different nations of Europe, for the year 1802. By Henry Redhead Yorke. 2 vols. London, 1803.

Young, 1260, and 1614, 0. The spirit of Athens; being a political and philo

sophical investigation of the history of that republic. By William

Young, Esq. London, 1777. 2362, 0. An inquiry into the principal phænomena of sounds and mu

sical strings. By Matthew Young, B. D. London, 1784. 248, Q. A course of experimental agriculture. By Arthur Young.

2 vols. London, 1770. 640, p. Travels during the years 1787, 1788 and 1789 ; undertaken to

ascertain the cultivation, wealth, resources, and national prosperity of the kingdom of France; with maps. By Arthur Young. Bury St.

Edmunds, 1792. 1014, Q. A tour in Ireland; with observations on the state of that king

dom; made in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, and 1779. By Arthur

Young. London, 1780. 1795, 0. A six weeks tour through the southern counties of England

and Wales; describing the present state of agriculture, manufactures,

&c. By Arthur Young. London, 1768. 1796, O. Annals of agriculture, and other useful arts; with plates.

Collected and published by Arthur Young. 35 vols. London. 2327, 0. Example of France, a warning to Great Britain. By Arthur

Young. 4th edit. London, 1794. 3187, 0. A collection of annals of agriculture and other useful arts,

By Arthur Young. 6 vols. London, 1784-P. 3691, 0. A view of the agriculture of the county of Lincoln ; with plates.

By Arthur Young London, 1799. 781, 0. The poetical works of the reverend Edward Young. 2 vols.

London, 1741. 284, D. The complaint ; or night-thoughts on life, death and immor

tality. To which is added, a paraphrase of the book of Job. By

Edward Young. London, 1755. 288, D. Centaur not fabulous; in six letters to a friend on the life in

vogue. By Edward Young. 3d edit. London, 1755. 607, 0. A treatise on opium, founded upon practical observations. By

Doctor George Young. London, 1753. 1959, O. D'Anville's compendium of ancient geography; with plates.

Translated from the French, by John Young London, 1791. Gift

of Mrs. Furguson. 3030, O. Analysis of the principles of natural philosophy; with plates.

By Mathew Young. London, 1803. 2846, O. Syllabus of a course of lectures on natural and experimental

philosophy. By Thomas Young. London, 1802. 1359, D. An essay on humanity to animals. By Thomas Young. Lon

don, 1798.

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An essay of a Delaware-Indian and Englislı spelling-book. By David Zeisberger. Philadelphia, 1776. Zenger, 230, F. The trial of John Peter Zenger, printer of the New York

Weekly journal. . Gift of Henry Pratt. Zimmermann, 1944, O. Solitude considered with respect to its influence upon

the mind and the heart. Written originally in German by M. Zimmermann. Translated from the French of J. B. Mercier, 2d edit. London, 1791.

2665, O. Conversations with the late king of Prussia, by M. Zimmermann when he attended him in his last illness, a little before his death. London, 1796.

2688, O. Reflections on men and things. By M. Zimmermann, Translated from the French. London, 1799.

85, D. Zimmermann on solitude ; with notes and a copious index. 2 vols. London, 1799.

1099, D. See Neumann,

2410, 0. See Wilcocke. Zollikofer, 2921, 0. See Tooke. Zouch, 41, D. An attempt to illustrate some of the prophecies of the old and new testaments By Thomas Zouch,

By Thomas Zouch, Wakefield. Zschokke, 3028, 0. The history of the invasion of Switzerland by the French,

and the destruction of the democratical republics of Schwitz, Uri, and Unterwalden. By Henry Zschokke. Translated from the Frenck

of T. B. Briatte. London, 1802. Zunica, 873, F. See Ercilla, De.

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