INDEX AND CONCORDANCE

The Index and Concordance lists the name of each author in all the forms in which it appears in the three catalogues, each time with a cross-reference to a modern form of the name, under which the substance of the entry will be found (usually in the pre-1956 National Union Catalogue or the British Museum Catalogue). The form of the name or names found in the Harvard catalogues is repeated in angle brackets, when it differs from the modern form, thus: “Du Moulin, Pierre <Molinaeus; Molynaeus>.” Anonymous works are listed under the title as it appears in the catalogues, with a cross-reference to the author, if he or she can be identified; the title is then listed in its correct form under the author. The initial article is omitted from all titles. If a title is in error or has been editorially altered by the cataloguer, it is cross-referenced to the correct form, where the erroneous title appears in pointed brackets, thus: “Account of the rise . . . of Gresham college <Gresham college, account of its rise>.” In general, titles are not listed in the index unless they are either incorrect or have appeared anonymously. Supplied text or information is given in square brackets, thus: “Lives of the French [Italian, and German] philosophers.” Entries that have defied identification are preceded by an asterisk (*). When there is dual authorship or in the case of translations, reference to the primary entry on the catalogue page is given thus: “Dryden, John, . . . (under Plutarchus) . . . (under Vergilius) . . . (under Plutarch) . . . (under Virgil’s husbandry),” always citing the original form and spelling of the entry. The form of the name adopted as the main entry in this Index and Concordance does not conform to any consistent set of rules, but is usually the form under which a copy of the book was found in a reference work; the editors have aimed at practical usefulness, not scientific rigor.

Page-references to the Catalogus of 1723–35 are preceded by the letter A; to that of 1773 by the letter B; and to that of 1790 by the letter C. These references appear at the top of the page, on the outer margin of the facsimiles. Note: an author or title may appear more than once on a page; therefore the whole page of the catalogue should be scanned to make sure that all references have been found.

A

Abano, Pet. de, see Petrus, de Abano

Abbadie, Jacques <Abadie, James>, B5; C151

Abbati Olivieri Giordani, Annibali degli, Marmora Pisaurensia <Pisaurensia marmora>, C7

Abbot, George, abp., A35

Abbot, Hull, C253

Abbot, Robert, bp., A35, 36, 66; C151

Abela, Giovanni Francesco, C48

Abernethy, John, A35; C151, 253

Abli, Abraham, rabbi, see Karo, Joseph ben Ephraim

Abraham de Balmes, ben Me’ir <Balmis, Abr. de>, C51

Abravanel, Isaac <Abravanele, Jos.>, C253

Abridgement de touts les ans del roy Henr. le sept., see Great Britain. Courts

Abridgement of the chronicles of Scotland, see Monipennie, John

Abulfaraj, Gregorius, called Bar Hebræus <Abul-Pharajio>, C132

Abulfeda, Ismael, C25

Abynzohar, see ‘Ard al-Malik ibn Zuhr (Abu Marwan), called Azenzohar

Academia Argento nensi [sic], see Strasbourg. University.

Academia española, Madrid, Diccionario de la lengua castellana <Dictionarium. Diccionario>, C203

Academia Germanica, see Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, Halle

Academia Gissena, see Giessen. Akademie

Academia Salmuriensis, Theses theologiæ, see Theses theologicae in Academia Salmuriensis

Academia Sedanensis, see Sedan, France. Académie

Academiæ scientiarum imperialis Petropolitanæ commentarii, see Imperatorskaia akademiia nauk i khudozhestv

Academic, or a disputation, see Green, John, bp.

Académie de chirurgie, Paris <Academie royale . . .>, B5; C97

Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres, Paris <Academie royale . . .>, B5; C150

Académie des jeux flor aux, Toulouse, C104

Académie des sciences, Paris <Academie royale . . .>, A116–7; B5; C50, 91, 150

Conferences of the virtuosi (1664–5), A11

Histoire des arts, C9

Machines et inventions, C9

Mémoires de mathematique et de physique, C91

Accademia del Cimento, Florence, A44

Accademia della Crusca, Florence, C202

Accademia delle scienze, Naples, Istoria dell’incendio de Vesuvio . . .1737 <Vesuvio, istoria dell’incendio>, B25; C126

Accademia Ercolanea di archeologia, Naples, Antichita di Ercolano esposte, v. 1–4 <Herculaneum. Pitture antiche d’Ercolano>, C5, 33; De’ bronzi di Ercolano, C33

Accademici della Crusca, see Accademia della Crusca, Florence

Acciardi, Michele, Mustapha, bassa di Rodi <Mustapha (Bassa di Rodi)>, C59

Accomplished merchant <Merchant, the accomplished>, C210

Accompt of the trial of twenty nine regicides, see Nottingham, Heneage Finch, 1st earl of

Account of Denmark, see Molesworth, Robert Molesworth, 1st viscount

Account of faith, see Sherman, John

Account of the growth of deism in England, see Stephens, William

Account of the late dreadful earthquake and fire at Lisbon <Lisbon, account of the dreadful earthquake>, C226

Account of the pretended prophets newly come from England <Prophets, account of some pretended>, C326

Account of the rise . . . of Gresham college <Gresham College, account of its rise>, C214

Acherley, Roger, C82

Achilles Tatius <Tatius>, A96–7; C20

Achillini, Alessandro, A3

Acontius, Jacobus, A66; C151

Acosta, Emanuel, A66

Acres, Joseph, C253

Act for punishing mutiny and dese rtion (Mutiny and desertion, act for punishing), see Great Britain, Laws

Acta eruditorum (Leipzig, 1682–1767), A36; C150

Acta Romanorum pontificum, see Catholic church. Pope

Acta et scripta synodalia Remonstrant., see Dort, Synod of

Actius, Thomas, see Azzio, Thomas

Acts of Parliament, see Great Britain, Laws

Adam of Domerham (under Hear ne, Thomas), C5

Adam, Melchior <Adamus>, A66; C25

Adam, Robert, C3

Adam, Thomas, C151

Adams, Amos, C151, 213

Adams, Eliphalet, C253

Adams, George, C355

Adams, Hannah, C151

Adams, John, pres. U.S., C82, 240; comp., Collection of state papers, relative to the first acknowledgement of the United States of America <America. Collection>, C243

Adams, John, chaplain, C253

Adams, Joseph, C253

Adams, Samuel, Appeal to the world, or a vindication of the town of Boston <Boston. Vindication of the town>, B7; C145

Adams, William, C253

Adams, William, of Connecticut, C253

Adams, Zabdiel, C253

Adamus, see Adam

Adanson, Michel <Adamson>, C71, 73

Addington, Stephen, C151

Addison, Joseph, B5; C12, 104, 140; Remarks on several parts of Italy, A92

Addison, Lancelot, C69

Address. Question proposed, see Gibson, Edmund, bp.

Address to the Abps., see Address to their graces

Address to the cities of London and Westminster occasioned by the late earthquake, see Serious and affectionate address

Address to the inhabitants of London and Westminster, see Tindal, Matthew

Address to the inhabitants of London and Westminster, second letter, see Tindal, Matthew

Address to the public occasioned by the bishop of London’s letter, C254

Address to the rational advocates of the Church of England, see Duncan, John

Address to the university of Oxford, see Warner, [     ]

Address to their graces the Archbishops of Canterbury and York <Address to the Abps.>, C219

Admiral Byng’s expedition to Sicily, see Torrington, George Byng, viscount

Adrichomius, Christian <Andrichomius>, A2

Adventurer (1762), B5; C104

Advice of a loving sonne to his father, see Southwell, Robert

Advice of the assembly of divines, see Westminster Assembly of divines

Advocatus Pauperum, pseud., Historia succincta Elizabethæ sanctæ hospitalis <Elizabethæ sanctæ hospitalis, . . . historia succincta>, C223

Ægidius Romanus, see Colonna, Egidio, abp.

Ælianus, Claudius, A2, 3; B5; C12, 71

Æneas Sylvius, see Catholic Church. Pope Pius II, and Pius II, pope

Æneid, critical observations on the 6th book, see Critical observations

Æpinus, Franz Maria Ulrich Theodor <Hoch>, B5; C137, 215

Æschines, A114; B5, 10 (under Demosthenes); C12, 14

Æschylus, B5; C12

Æsopus, A67; B5; C12, 354

Aetius, Amidenus, A3

Affairs, brief representation of their posture, see Brief and true representation of affairs

Affairs foreign and domestic, miscellaneous thoughts upon them, see Hervey, John Hervey, baron

Affairs of Ireland set in a true light, see O’Roon, Hellen, pseud.

Africa, observations on its populousness, see Hippisley, John

Agar, William, C152

Agio de Soldanis, Giovanni Pietro Francesco <De Soldanis; Soldanis>, C53, 235

Agostini, Antonio <Agostino>, C129

Agostino, Leonardo <Augustino>, C129

Agreement in doctrine among the dissenting ministers in London <Agreem[ent] assented to by the united ministers of London>, C254

Agricola, Georg, A2

Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius, A67

Aguilonius, François <Aquilonius>, A3

Aikin, John, C25

Ailliaco, see Alliaco, Petrus de Ainsworth, Henry, A1, 35, 66; C39, 356

Ainsworth, Robert, C202, 219

Dissertatio de clypeo Camilli antiquo, C4

Monumenta vetustatis Kempiana <Kempiana, monumenta vetustatis>, C5

Airay, Christopher, Fasciculus præceptorum logicorum, A78

Airay, Henry, A35

Aislabie, John, C240

Aitken, John, C96

Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen <Göttingensis regiæ societatis scientiarum commentarii>, B12; C150

Akenside, Mark, C216, 237; British philippic <Liberty: or a British philippio>, C238

Alabaster, William, A108; Roxana, A91

Alamanni, Luigi, see Alemanni, Luigi

Alanson, Edward, C96

Alarum, his majesty’s for open war, probably Alarum to arms (1642), C219

Albaz, Jacob, rabbi, see Karo, Joseph ben Ephraim

Albemarle, Arnold Joost van Keppel, 1st earl of, C104

Alberti, Leandro, C48

Alberti, Leone Battista, A2

Albertini, Francesco, A1

Albertus Magnus, A1; C96

Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried, C2

Alcasar, Luis de, A2

Alchmarianus, Adrian. Metii, see Metius, Adriaan

Alciati, Andrea, A67

Alcuin, Flacius Albinus <Alc kwinus>, A2

Aldridge, William, C355 (under Holdsworth)

Aldrovandi, Ulisse, A3

Alemanni, Luigi <Alamanni>, C140

Alembert, Jean le Rond d’, see Dalembert, Jean le Rond

Alesius, Alexander <Alensis>, A1

Alexander ab Alexandro, A66

Alexander Aphrodisiensis, A3

Alexander, Daniel Tnangam <Trangram>, C254

Alexander, John, C152, 254

Alexander, William, C54

Algarotti, Francesco, conte, B5; C104, 355

Alimannus, Cosmus, A3

Alkibla, see Asplin, William

Alleine, Joseph <Allein>, B5; C152; Life and death, see Alleine, Theodosia

Alleine, Theodosia, Life and death of Joseph Alleine, A66

Allen, James <Allin>, C254; Principles of the protestant religion maintained, C188, 326 <Protestantism. Protestant religion maintained>

Allen, John <Alleyne, James>, C89, 254

Allen, John, M.A., C254

Allen, John, M.D., C254

Allen, Richard, C152

Allen, Robert, A1

Allen, Thomas, A36

Allestree, Richard <Allestry>, A113, 115; B26 (under Whole duty of man); C152

Causes of the decay of Christian piety, A72

Discourse concerning the period of humane life <Humane life, disc. concerning>, A77; C175

Gentleman’s calling, A80; C171

Government of the thoughts

<Thoughts, on the government of>, C47, 172

Whole duty of man, A102; C172, 200

Alley, William, bp., Poore mans librarie, A26

Alleyne, James, see Allen, John

Alleyne John, C254

Alliaco, Petrus de <Ailliaco>, A2 Allies.

Conduct of our allies, and the late ministry, see Defoe, Daniel Defence of our allies, see Hare, Francis, bp.

Full answer to the conduct of our allies, C240

Remarks on the above [conduct of our allies], see Swift, Jonathan

Allin, James, see Allen, James

Allix, Peter <Allin>, A115; C64, 152

Judgment of the ancient Jewish church, C177

Reflections upon the books of the Holy Scripture to establish the truth of the Christian religion, A92

Allunno, Francesco, A3

Almanack (nautical) for 1772, see Nautical almanack for 1772

Almon, John, History of the late ministry <History of the minority>, C146

Alphesus, R., see Isaac Alfasi ben Jacob

Alphonsine tables <tabulæ>, A36

Alphonsus, Joannes, A2

Alpini, Prospero <Alpinus>, C31, 96

Alsop, Anthony, C140

Alsop, Vincent, Melius inquirendum, or a sober inquirie <Inquirendum melius>, C176; Anti-Sozzo, sive Sherlocismus enervatus, A93

Alsted, Johann Heinrich <Alstedius>, A3, 65, 67, 103; C104, 152; Præcognita theologica, C187

Alston, Charles, C89

Altenstaig, Johannes, A36

Altham, Roger, C254

Althamer, Andreas <Althamerus>, A66

Althusius, Joannes, A36

Alting, Henricus, A35, 66

Alting, Jacobus, A66; C69

Altomari, Donatus Antonius ab, A3

Alvarez, Diego, A1, 36, 66

Alvarez, Emmanuel <Alvarus>, A67

Amama, Nicolaus ab, A66

Amama, Sixtinus, A36, 67; C39, 51

Amati, Pasquale, Collectio Pisaurensis omnium poematum <Pisaurensis, collectio omnium poemat um>, C18

Ambrose, St., bp. of Milan, A1

Ambrose, Isaac, B5; C152

America.

Account of a conference, see Steele, Joshua

Account of a late conference, see Steele, Joshua

Account of European settlements in, see Burke, William

Address of the convention . . . see Massachusetts. State

Address of the twelve united colonies, see United States. Continental congress

American gazette, C243

Application of some general political rules, C241

Authentic account of the proceedings of the congress held at New-York, see Stamp Act Congress, New-York

Case of Gr. Britain and America, C242

Celebrated speech of a celebrated commoner, see Pitt, William, 1st earl of Chatham

Charters of several provinces, C145

Claim of the colonies to exemption from internal taxes, see Knox, William

Collection of state papers, see Adams, John, pres. U.S.

Conduct of the late administration examined, see Lloyd, Charles

Considerations in behalf of the colonies, see Otis, James

Considerations on the American stamp act, C241

Considerations rel[ative] to the North American colonies, see Fothergill, John

Constitutional right of the legislature . . . to tax, C242

Constitutions of the several independent states, see United States

Copy of letters sent to England, see Hutchinson, Thomas

Crisis: or a full defence of the colonies, C241

Defence of the resolutions and address of the American congress, C243

Examination of Dr. B. Franklin, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Examination of the rights of the colonies, C242

Free and candid remarks on a late celebrated oration, C241

Free sentiments, contained in a collection of letters, see Hollis, Thomas, True sentiments

General opposition of the colonies, C241

Good humour: or a way with the colonies, C241

Grievances of the American colonies, see Hopkins, Stephen

Histoire de la fondation des colonies, see Barron, William

History of the conduct of the late ministry, see Lloyd, Charles

Importance of the British colonies, see Hall, F[     ]

Inquiry into the nature and causes of the present discontents, C243

Interest of G. Britain with regard to the colonies, see Franklin, Benjamin

Justice and necessity of taxing the colonies, C242

Late occurrences in N. America, C241, 242

Late regulations respecting the colonies considered, see Dickinson, John

Legislative authority of the British parliament, C242

Letter from a merchant in London, see Tucker, Josiah

Letter to [a] member of parliament, wherein the power, see Knox, William

Letter to the committee of London merchants, see Letter to the gentlemen of the committee

Letter to the E. of Hillsborough on the connexion, C243

Letter to the same, see Letter to the right honourable the earl of Hillsborough

Memoirs of the war between the French and English, see Shirley, William

Necessity for repealing the Amer. stamp act, C241

Objections to the taxation, see Jenyns, Soame

Observations on thereview of the controversy”, see Lee, Arthur

Plain and seasonable address to the freeholders in G. Britain, C242

Present state of liberty, see Priestley, Joseph

Proceedings of the council, see Massachusetts. Colony

Protests against the bill for repealing the American stamp act, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

Reflections on representation in parliament, C242

Regulations lately made concerning the colonies, see Whately, Thomas

Remarks on thereview” &c., see Bancroft, Edward

Report of a constitution, see Massachusetts. State

Rights of parliament vindicated, C242

Rights of the British colonies considered, C242

Rights of the colonies, and the extent of the legislative authority, see Sayre, Stephen

Second protest, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

Shall I go to war with my American brethren?, see Erskine, John

Short and friendly caution to the good people of England, C242

Short history of the conduct of the ministry, C242

Short view of the history of Massachusetts-bay, see Mauduit, Israel

Strictures on the late occurrences, see Some strictures on the late occurrences

Thoughts on a question of importance, C241

True constitutional means of putting an end to the disputes, C243

True interest of G. Britain with regard to the colonies, C241

True sentiments of America, see Hollis, Thomas

Two papers on the subject of taxing the British colonies, see Keith, Sir William, and Gee, Joshua

America–European settlements in, see Burke, William

America, history of the bucaniers of, see Exquemeling, Alexander Olivier

America, or an exact description of the West Indies, see Peake, Thomas

American gazette (1768), C145

American gazette <America. American gazette> (1770), C243

American gazetteer (1762), C48

American magazine <Magazine, American> (1743–46), C87

American spelling book, see Thomas, Isaiah

American traveller <American travels>, B5; C73

Amerinus, see Clementinus, Clementius

Ames, Joseph, C3, 32

Ames, William <Amesius>, A35, 36, 66, 67; C93, 152

Fresh suit against ceremonies <Ceremonies, a fresh suit against them>, A40

Reply to Dr. Morton’s particular defence <Answer to Dr. Morton’s defence>, A41

Amhurst, Nicholas, Danverian history of the affairs of Europe, C214

Amidenus, Actic, see Ætius, Amidenus

Ammianus Marcellinus, C12

Ammonius, of Alexandria, C12, 51

Amory, Thomas, B5; C152, 254–5; Antiquarian doctor’s sermon on an antiquated subject, C255

Antiquaries, society of, see Archæologia

Amours, de St., see St. Amour

Amsterdam, answer to the letter, see Answer to the letter from Amsterdam

Amsterdam, letter from thence, see Letter from Amsterdam, to a friend in England

Amyraut, Moses <Amyraldus>, A36, 66

Anabaptism unmask’d, see P., J.

Anabaptists, short history of them, see Short history of the Anabaptists

Anacreon, B5; C12, 140 (under Addison, Joseph)

Anatomical dialogues, see Gentleman of the faculty, pseud.

Anatomy, Edinburgh system, see System of anatomy from Monro, Winslow and Innes

Anatomy of melancholy, see Burton, Robert

Anchoran, John, tr., see Comenius, Johann Amos

Ancient customs of England [part of Harleian miscellany; not found as a separate], C223

Ancillon, Charles, Histoire de l’establissement des françois refugiez, C57

Anderson, Adam, C37

Anderson, George, Estimate of the profit and loss of religion, C189

Anderson, James, C25, 34

Anderson, John, C152

Anderson, Robert, A36

Anderson, Walter, B5; C54

Andreæ, Tobias <Andreas>, C93

Andrewes, Lancelot, bp. <Andræus; Andrews; Eliensis, episcopus>, A1, 35, 44; C152, 211; Pattern of catechisticall doctrine, C185; Tortura Torti, A62

Andrews, John, C255; Answer to a late pamphlet, entitled An examination of the scheme of church power <Church. Answer to the examination>, C211

Andrichomius, Christian, see Adrichomius, Christian

Andronicus, of Rhodes, C12

Anecdotes ecclésiastiques, see Giannone, Pietro

Anecdotes of British topography, see Gough, Richard

Angelius, Jn., see Werdenhegen, Johannes Angelius von

Angelocrator, Daniel <Engelhart>, A103

Angeloni, Battista, B5; C104

Angelus, see St. Joseph, Angelo de

Anglia restaurata, see La Touche, James Digges

Anglicanæ historiæ scriptores decem, see Historiæ anglicanæ scriptores X, ed. Roger Twysden

Anglicus, Bartholomæus, see Bartholomæus, Anglicus

Anglo-Nativus, pseud., Letter to Sir J. Philipps <Phillips>, C248

Anglorum metamorphosis, see Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius

Anglus, Thomas, see White, Thomas, called Thomas Blacklow

Animadversiones in Nov. Testamentum, see Knatchbull, Sir Norton

Animadversions on sundry flagrant untruths advanced by Mr. Zinzendorf <Zinzendorf, Count. Animadversions>, C353

Animal creation, see Bruckner, John

Annals of King George I <George I, Annals>, A67; B6; C56

Annals of Queen Anne, see Boyer, Abel

Annesley, Samuel, Casuistical morning exercises, A43; Morning exercise at Cripplegate, A52; B19; C182

Annet, Peter <Annett>, C255; see also Philochristus, pseud.

Annotations (English) on the Bible, or Annotations on the Old & New Testament, see Downame, John

Annual register (1758–1783), B10 (under Dodsley); C87

Anonymi dissertatio de pace, see Przypkowski, Samuel

Another answer to the profit and loss of it stated <East India trade>, see Answer to the case of the old East India company, C210

Another estimate of the manners and principles <Estimate, another, . . . >, C246

Anselm, St., abp., A2

Anson, George, Voyage, comp. Richard Walter, B6; C73

Answer at large to the speech of William Pitt <Pitt, William, Answer . . .>, C250

Answer, paragraph by paragraph, to the memorial of the Church of England <Memorial, answer to that of . . .>, C249

Answer to a late tract . . . on the East India trade <East India trade. Answer to a tract>, C210

Answer to an abusive pamphlet, see Ayscough, Francis

Answer to Dr. Hickes’s <Hick’s> Christian priesthood, see Hancock, John

Answer to Dr. Ibbot’s sermon <Ibbot, Benjamin, Answer to the above>, C303

Answer to Dr. Morton’s defence, see Ames, William, Reply to . . .

Answer to Downham’s sermon, see Sherwood, Richard, attrib.; wrongly attrib. to John Rainolds

Answer to Fiat-Lux, see Owen, John

Answer to letters concerning confessions of faith, see Dawson, Benjamin

Answer to Mr. Peirce’s Western inquisition, C323 (under Peirce)

Answer toTexts of holy scriptures compared together” <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Answer to the above>, C344

Answer to the case of the old East-India company <East India trade. Another answer>, C210

Answer to the five important queries, C255

Answer to the letter from Amsterdam to a friend in England <Amsterdam, answer . . .>, C244

Answer to the reasons of dissent, see Church of Scotland. General assembly

Answer to the remarks upon Dr. Clarke’s exposition of the church scripture catechism, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Anthologia Græca, see Selecta epigrammata

Antichristi excidium, see Lee, Samuel

Antidote for the rising age against scepticism, see Fleming, Caleb

Antine, François d’, Art de vérifier les dates <Benedictins . . . Art de vérifier . . .>, C34

Antiquarian doctor’s sermon on an antiquated subject, see Amory, Thomas

Antiquitas academ. Cantabrigens., see Caius, Joannes

Antoninus, St., abp. of Florence, A3

Antoninus, Marcus, see Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

Antonio, de Cordóva <Cordubensis, Ant.>, A8

Aphrodisiensis, Alex., see Alexander Aphrodisiensis

Aphthonius <Apthonius>, A67; C12

Apianus, Petrus, Cosmographiæ introductio, C221

Apochrypha [sic], essay on the books, see Essay concerning the books commonly called Apocrypha

Apollonius, of Perga <Appollonius>, A3; B6; C90

Apollonius, of Tyana, see Tillement.

Apollonius, Guilielmus <Appollonius>, A66; C153

Apollonius Rhodius, C12

Apologetical relation of the sufferings, see Brown, John

Apologia pro confessione [seu declaratione] Remonstrantium, A35

Apology for the business of pawn-broking <Pawnbroking apologized for>, C229

Apology for the catholics of Great Britain and Ireland, see Patsall, Mrs.

Apology for the minister <Minister. Apology for the minister>, C249

Apology for the peoples judgment of private discretion, see Wilson, Thomas, of Canterbury

Appeal sober, to a Turk or an Indian, see Tomkins, Martin

Appeal to the people of England in defence of the clergy, see Fleming, Caleb

Appeal to the public, see Cleland, Archibald

Appianus <Appian, Alex.>, A2, 66; B6; C12

Appleton, Nathaniel, A119; B6; C153, 255–6

Application of some general political rules <America. Application>, C241

Appolonius, see Apollonius

Apthonius, see Aphthonius

Apthorp, East, C256

Apuleius, B6; C12

Aquarius, Mathias, A1

Aquilonius, Franc., see Aguilonius, François

Aquinas, Thomas, St., A1, 2, 65, 67 <Bonioannis Epitome in universam D. Thomæ Summ. theologiæ>; C153

Aquino, Carlo d’, C202

Arabian night’s entertainment, C104

Arantius, Giulio Cesare, C216

Aratus, C10

Arbuthnot, Charles, C129

Arbuthnot, John, B6; C96

Arcana Societatis Jesu, see Schoppe, Caspar

Archæologia, C150 (under Antiquaries, society of)

Archer, John, C96, 256

Archimedes, C90

Archivolti, Samuel <Hakkalir, Eliezer, rabbi>, Arugat ha-bosem <Book of the bed of spices>, C133; see also Grünwald, Moses

Arculanis, Jo., see Husain ibn ‘Abd Allah (Abu ‘Ali), called Ibn Sina, or Avicenna

’Ard al-Malik ibn Zuhr (Abu Marwan), called Azenzohar <Abynzohar>, A3

Are these things so?, see Miller, James Aretæus, of Cappodocia, C96, 101 (under Medici antiqui and Petit)

Aretino, Pietro <Etiro, Partenk>, C27

Aretius, Benedictus, A1; C153

Argens, Jean Baptiste de Boyer, marquis de, B6; C104

Argument in the case of the poor’s rate charged upon the colleges, see Marriott, Thomas

Argument proving that the South sea company is able to make a dividend, C210

Argumentorum ludicrorum et amœnitatum scriptores varii <Scriptores varii dissertationum ludicrarum et amœnitatum>, C124

Arianism.

Answer to the foregoing [Arius detected and confuted], see Peirce, James

Answer to some queries, see Walrond, John

Answer to the above [=?Answer to the foregoing], see Peirce, James

Arianism defended, see Claggett, John, Divinity of the son of God defended

Arius detected and confuted, see Peirce, James

Caution against the diabolism of it, see Clergy-man of the country, pseud.

Remarks on the above [Arianism defended], see Chubb, Thomas

Sovereign antidote to dispel it, see Sovereign antidote to dispel Arianism

Arimino, Gregorius de, see Gregorius, de Rimini

Arias Montanus, see Montanus

Aringhi, Paolo, C3

Aristarchus, of Samos, C10

Aristeas, C12

Auncient history of the Septuagint <History of the Septuagint> [tr. John Done <Donne>], A76

Vindication of his history, see Hayes, Charles

Aristophanes, A3; B6; C12

Aristoteles, A3, 10, 47 (under Magirus), 56, 66, 67, 113; B6; C12

Arius detected and confuted, see Peirce, James

Arlunus, Joannes Petrus, A103

*Armed men, choice ones fought for [Hebrew], C132

Armenian church. Sharakan <Hymni qui cantantur per totum annum>, A82

Arminius, Jacobus Harmensen, A35; C153

Armstrong, George, C216

Armstrong, John, C54, 96

Army, folly, uselessness and danger of a standing, see Trenchard, John

Army, reasons against a standing, see Reasons against a standing army

Arnald, Richard, C153

Arnauld, Antoine, Art of speaking <Speaking, art of>, C149; Logic, or the art of thinking, B25 <Thinking, introduction to the art of>, B25; C88

Arnay, M. d’ <Darnay; D’Arnay>, B10; C110

Arndt, Johann, A100; C153

Arnobius, A36; C44

Arnoldus, Joannes, A35

Arpe, Pierre Frédéric, Apologia pro Jul. Cæsare Vanino, C30 <Vaninus, Lucilius>, 126

Arraignment of the whole creature, see Jerome, Stephen

Arrianus, Flavius <Arrian; Avrianus>, A36, 67; B6; C12

Arriaga, Rodrigo de, A2–3

Arriba, Francisco de, A35

Arrowsmith, John, A36

Ars sciendi, see G., T.

Arscott, Alexander, C257

Art of governing <Government. Art of governing>, C247

Articles of agreement for carrying on an expedition by Hudson’s streights <Hudson’s streights, articles of agreement>, C225

Articles of incorporation of the society for encouraging industry <Articles of the society>, see under Society for encouraging industry, Boston, Mass.

Articles of religion agreed upon by . . . the clergy of Ireland, see Church of Ireland

Artis, Jean d’ <Dartis>, A76

Artis cabalisticæ, see Pistorius, John, ed.

Aruck liber, see Nathan ben Jehiel

Arvernus, Gulielmus, see Gulielmus, Arvernus, bp.

Arvieux, Laurence d’, C74

Ascham, Anthony, C82

Ascham, Roger, A67; C104, 219

Asgill, John <Asgil>, C153, 209, 244, 257

Ash, John, B6; C51

Ashe, Simeon, C257

Ashley, James, C244

Ashley, Jonathan, C257

Ashmole, Elias, C54

Ashworth, Caleb, C257

Asiatic miscellany (1785), C132

Aslaksson, Cort <Aslacus, Conrad>, A36

Asplin, William, Alkibla, C64, 254; Letter to the bishop of London occasioned by his pastoral letter, C308

Assemani, Giuseppe Simone, C132

Assemani, Stefano Evodio

<Assemanus>, C32, 132

Assembly, see Westminster Assembly of divines

Asser <Asserius Menevensis>, C54

Astruc, Jean, C96

Atavanti, Paulus <Atavantus>, C64

Athanasianism.

Acts of Athanasius, see Sherlock, William

Athanasian forgeries, impositions, and interpolations, see Whiston, William

Remarks on the Athanasian creed, see Carter, Elizabeth

Scriptures of Athanasians compared, see Scriptures and the Athanasians compared

True history of Athanasias and his famous creed, C256

Athanasius, St., A2

Athenæus, A3; C12

Athenagoras, C44

Atkey, Anthony, C257

Atkins, John, C96

Atkins, Sir Robert, Reports, see Great Britain. Courts

Atkinson, Benjamin Andrews <Andrewes>, C257

Atkinson, James, C90

Atkyns, John Tracy, C79

Atlas, general, see Senex, John

Atlas maritimus et commercialis, C48

Atterbury, Francis, bp., B6; C153, 257

Attersoll, William, A2; C153

Atticus, pseud., Congratulatory letter to John Murray, C227

Attorney, observations on the duty of one, see Observations on the duty of an attorney

Atwood, William <Atwood, Anthony>, C82

Aubertin, Edmond, A3

Audi alteram partem, or a counter-letter <Grenada, counter letter>, C247

Audley, Matthew, C257

Augustine, St. <Augustinus>, A1, 2, 65, 103; C44, 211

Augustino, Leon., see Agostini, Leonardo

Augustus: or an essay on the means whereby, see Heylyn, Peter

Aulus Gellius, see Gellius

Aurelianus, Cælius, C13, 96

Aurelius, Victor, A116; B6; C13

Aureolus, Petrus, A1

Ausonius, C13

Austin, and the monks of Bangor, C237

Authentic account of the intended invasion by the Chevalier’s son <France. Authentic account of invasions>, C246

Authentic account of the proceedings against John Wilkes, C148 <Wilkes, Jn., Genuine papers, letters &c.>, 253 <Wilkes, Jn., Authentic account of the proceedings>

Authentic memoirs of the Portuguese inquisition <Portuguese Inquisition, authentic memoirs of it>, B15; C121

Avenarius, Johann, A3; C202

Averani, Nicola <Averanus>, C34

Avery, Benjamin, Old Whig, C120; Occasional papers, see under title

Aveugles–lettre sur les, see Dalembert, Jean le Rond

Avianus, Hieronymus, A67

Avicenna, see Husain ibn ‘Abd Allah (Abu ‘Ali), called Ibn Sina

Avrianus, see Arrianus, Flavius; and Epictetus

Ayliffe, John, A119; B6; C104

Ayscough, Francis, Answer to a late abusive pamphlet <Answer to an abusive pamphlet>, C255

Azorius, Juan, A2

Azzio, Thomas <Actius>, C104

B

Babington, Humfrey <Babbington, Humphry>, A5; C257

Bachonis, Jo., see Baco, Joannes

Bacmeister, Johannes <Bacmeister us>, C257

Baco, Joannes <Bachonis>, A6

Bacon, Sir Francis, A6–7, 70–1; B6; C93, 104, 137

Bacon, John, C257

Bacon, Matthew, C79

Bacon, Nathaniel, C82

Bacon, Roger, C104

Badeslade, Thomas, History of the ancient and present state of the navigation <Navigations inland, history of>, C119

Bämler, Marcus, A71

Bæza, see Bèze, Théodore de

Baglivi, Giorgio <Baglivus>, C96

Bagot, Lewis, Defence of the subscription to the XXXIX articles <Subscription. Defence of the above>, C338

Baïf, Lazare <Bayfius>, C3

Bail, Louis, C64

Bailey, Nathan, A119

Bailey, Robert, see Baillie

Baillie, Robert <Bailey; Bailleius; Ballius; Bayley; Baylie; Bayly>, A6; C25, 54, 64, 153, 207, 219 Ladensium autokatakrisis, A51 Large supplement to the Canterburian self conviction <Canterburian self conviction, a large supplement>, C220

Baillou, Guillaume de <Ballonius>, A40

Bailly, Jean Sylvain, C10

Baily, Anselm, see Bayly, Anselm

Baker, Sir George, C216

Baker, David Erskine, C234 (under Voltaire); Companion to the playhouse <Play-house, companion to it>, C120

Baker, Humphrey, C90

Baker, Sir Richard, C54

Baker, Robert, Reflections on the English language <Language, English, reflections on it>, C136

Baker, Samuel, C257

Baker, William, bp., C257

Balbani, Niccolò, Life of Galeazzo Caracciolo <Carraciolus, G., his life>, A74

Balbec, ruins of, see Wood, Robert

Balch, Thomas, C257

Baldini, Giovanni Francesco, C219

Balduinus, Fridericus, A38; C153

Bale, John, bp. <Harryson, John>, A6, 68, 70; C173

Balfour, Francis, C132

Balfour, Robert, A39

Balguy, John, B6; C153, 257–8

Second letter to a deist <Deism. Second letter . . .>, C279

Silvius’s defence of a dialogue, C334

Silvius’s examination of certain doctrines, C334

Silvius’s letter to Dr. Sherlock, C334

Balguy, Thomas, Letters concerning confessions of faith <Confessional. Letters concerning confessions>, C275

Ball, Jacob, C258

Ball, John, A37–8, 68; C96, 258

Ballius, Rob., see Baillie, Robert

Ballonius, Guil., see Baillou, Guillaume de

Balmerino, Arthur Elphinstone, 6th baron, C219

Balmis, Abr. de, see Abraham de Balmes, ben Me’ir

Bancroft, Edward, Remarks on theReview of the controversy” <America. Remarks on thereview” &c.>, C243

Bancroft, Richard, abp., A37

Bandini, Angiolo Maria <Bandinus>, C32

Banduri, Anselmo <Banduries>, C129

Bangor, bp. of, see Bayly, Lewis, bp.

Banier, Antoine, C128

Bank of England, and the method of paying, see H., P.

Banks, Richard, Religion and reason adjusted, C189, 328

Bannes, Domingo, A6, 39

Baptism.

Plain reasons for infant baptism, see Fleming, Caleb, Manual for common Christians

Reflections upon two Athenian mercuries, C258

Vindication of the apostolical and primitive method, C258

Baranzano, Giovanni Antonio Redemptus, A39

Barbary, history of its piratical states, see Compleat history of the piratical states of Barbary

Barberini, Antonio, cardinal, abp., C219

Barberini, Maffeo, cardinal <Barberinus>, C140

Barbeyrac, Jean, C46, 145

Barclay, John, A70; C105, 355

Barclay, Robert, C153; Serious considerations on absolute predestination <Predestination made absolute>, C324

Bardunu, Anselm, C3

Baretti, Giuseppe, C202, 219

Bariffe, William, see Barriffe, William

Barker, John, B6; C153, 258

Barker, Matthew, A69

Barker, Samuel, C235

Barkey, Nicolaus, C105

Barlow, Edward, A109

Barlow, John, A6

Barlow, Thomas, C105, 153

Barlow, William, C258

Barn, see Barnes

Barnabas, St. <Barnabæ>, C354

Barnard, John, 17th c., C258

Barnard, John, 18th c., A119; B6; C153–4, 258; Religion of antichrist, C358. See also Bernard, Richard

Barnard, Thomas, C258–9

Barnard, William, C259

Barnaud, Nicolas <Eusebius Philadelphus, pseud.>, A77

Barnes, Barnabe <Barns>, A7

Barnes, Joseph, C140

Barnes, Joshua, C25

Barnes, Robert <Barn>, A37

Barnfield, Thomas, C259

Baro, Peter <Baronis; Stempanus>, A5, 93

Baroccio, Giacomo <Barozzio>, C8

Baron, Richard, Faithful account of Mr. A[rchibald] B[ower]’s motives <Faithful account of his leaving>, C220 (under Bowers)

Baron, Robert <Baronius>, A69–71; C154

Baronius, Cæsar, cardinal <Bisciola>, A6

Barozzio, Jacomo, see Baroccio, Giacomo

Barrados, Sebastianus <Barradius>, A5

Barriffe, William <Bariffe>, A39; C105

Barrington, Daines, B6; C79

Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1st viscount, B6; C154, 219

Discourse of natural and revealed religion <Religion. Discourse of religion natural and revealed>, C328

Essay on the several dispensations of God <Religion. Short system of religion>, C328

Miscellanea sacra, A122

Rights of protestant dissenters <Protestant dissenters, their rights; Dissenters, Protestant, their rights>, C122, 280

Barron, William, Histoire de la fondation des colonies des anciennes republiques <America. Histoire>, C54

Barrow, Isaac, A39, 69; B6; C50, 105, 154

Barrow, John, A104; C259

Barry, Gerrat, A7

Bartas, see Saluste du Bartas, Guillaume

Bartholin, Gaspar <Bartholinus, Casp.>, C46, 216

Bartholin, Thomas <Bartholinus>, C2–3, 96

Bartholomæus, Anglicus, A3, 7

Bartholomæus, see Bartolommei Smeducci, Girolamo

Bartocci, Julius <Cellenus, J. Bart. de>, C132

Bartoli, Pietro Santi, C3, 33

Bartolome, de Medina <Medina>, A22

Bartolommei Smeducci, Girolamo <Bartholomæus>, C140

Bartolucci, Giuliano <Bartoluccius>, C132

Barton, Philip, C259

Barton, William, C140

Barwick, Peter, C25

Basel, Council of (1432), see Council of Basel (1432)

Basil, St., A5, 105; C44

Basil, St., of Seleucia <Basilius Seleuc.>, C45

Basire, Isaac, A69

Basnage de Flottemanville, Samuel, A7; B6; C69

Bassano, Lazaro, C51

Bassecour, see La Bassecour, Fabrice de

Bassnett, Christopher, C259

Bastingius, Jeremias, A67

Bastwick, John, C154

Bate, George <Bates; Bateus>, A70; C54, 145; Elenchus motuum nuperorum in Anglia, A77; <Britannici motus>, C55

Bate, Julius, C259

Bates, George, see Bate, George

Bates, Henry, Account of the life and death of Mr. Philip Henry <Henry, Philip, account . . .>, B14; C27

Bates, William, A38, 103; B6; C154

Bath, William Pulteney, earl of, Letter from a member of parliament to his friend, C248; Politicks on both sides, C250

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Kidder, Richard, bp.

Baudelot de Dairval, Charles César <Baudelot>, C105, 109

Baudouin, Jean <Baudoin>, A7

Baumgarten, Siegmund Jacob, C235

Baxter, Andrew, B6; C10, 93

Baxter, Richard, A4–5, 7, 38, 68–9, 71; B6; C25, 154, 259

Petition for peace <Liturgy. Petition for peace and Petition to the king>, C308

Two papers on proposals, C271

<Church. Two papers>, 308

<Liturgy. Two papers of proposals>

Baxter, William, C3

Bay Psalm Book, 1640 <Psalmes of David in metre, 1662 [sic]>, C188

Bayardi, Ottavio Antonio, abp., Catalogo degli antichi monumenti . . . di Ercolano <Herculaneum. Catalogo . . .>, C5

Bayes, Joshua, C259

Bayfius, Laz., see Baïf, Lazare

Bayle, Pierre, A103; B6; C25, 105, 155

Bayley, Lewis, see Bayly, Lewis

Bayley, Robert, see Baillie

Bayly, Anselm, B6; C135

Bayly, Lewis <Bayley>, bp., C155

Answer to the representation, A71

Manitowampae pomant amoonk [Practice of Piety], A87; C180

Practice of piety, C187

Bayly, Robert, see Baillie

Baynes, Paul <Bayn>, A5, 37–8, 69; C211

Beach, Thomas, Eugenio, or virtuous and happy life, C238

Beacon, Joseph, C89, 105

Beams of former light, see Nye, Philip

Beard, Thomas, A37–8, 40

Beattie, James, B6; C93, 105, 140

Beatty, Charles, C219

Beausobre, Isaac de, B6; C39, 64, 69, 155

Becanus, Martinus, A5

Beccaria, Bonesana Cesare <Beccaria, Marq. de>, B7; C37, 82

Beccaria, Giovanni <Beccaria, John>, C82

Becher, Johann Joachim <Becheri>, A71; C36

Becker, Sir Matthew, Serious considerations on the several high duties <Duties. Serious considerations>, C210

Beckford, William, Letter from a right honourable person, C238; see also Francis, Philip

Becmann, Christoph <Becman>, C155

Beckmann, Daniel Heinrich <Beckmannus>, C259

Becon, Thomas, A5

Beda, A4, 6, 70; C64, 93

Bedel, Wm., bp. of Kilmore in Ireland, life of, see Burnet, Gilbert, bp.

Bedford, Arthur, B7; C34

Beesley, Henry, C155

Beger, Lorenz <Begerus>, see Berlin. Königliche Museen. Münzkabinett

Behlcke, Martin Siegmund <Behlcke, Mart. Sigis.>, C234

Behrens, George Henning <Behren>, C71

Beja Perestrello, Luiz de, Responsionum casuum conscientiæ, A58

Belgic Confession. Ekklesion tes Belgikes kai katachesis <Belgicæ ecclesiæ doctrinæ Græc.>, A38

Beliet, Isaac, Letters on the force of imagination in pregnant women <Women pregnant, letters on the force of imagination in them>, C218

Belknap, Jeremy, C54

Bell, Benjamin, C96

Bell, John, C105

Bell, Thomas, C3

Bell, William, C155

Bellamy, Joseph, C155

Bellapertica, Pet., see Petrus, a Bella Pertica

Bellarmino, Roberto, Saint, cardinal <Bellarmin; Bellarminus>, A4, 37–8, 67, 69–71; C64, 155 Belleisle, Charles Louis Auguste Fouquet, duc de, C219

Bellers, Fettiplace, C82

Belley, M. l’evesque de, see Camus, Jean Pierre, bp. of Belley

Bellieri, M. de la, see La Bellière, Claude de

Bellini, Lorenzo <Bellinus>, C96

Bellori, Giovanni Pietro <Bellorius>, C33, 105

Bellunensis, Urban., see Bolzamo, Urbano

Bembo, Pietro, cardinal, A70

Ben Israel, see Menasseh ben Israel

Benbellona, Antonio, pseud., see Gericke, Bartholomæus

Benchius, Joh., see Binchius, Johannes

Bendlowes, Philip <Bendlow>, C259

Benedict of Peterborough <Benedictus, Abbas Petroburg.>, C25

Benedictins . . . Art de vérifier les dates, see Antine, François d’

Benedictinus, abbot, C25

Benedictus, Abbas Petroburg., see Benedict of Peterborough

Benefield, Sebastian <Bonefield>, A37

Beneventarum antiq. thesaurus, see Vita, Giovanni de, bp.

Bengel, Johann Albert <Bengelius>, C39

Benincasa, Francisco, Osservazioni sopra la condotta tenuta dal ministro di Portogallo <Jesu societas. Della cose de Portogallo>, C115

Benlowes, Edward, C140

Bennet, Benjamin <Bennett>, A119; B7; C259; Christian oratory, B7; C64, 155

Bennet, Christopher, C96

Bennet, John, Constantius, the apostate, C207

Bennet, Thomas, C51, 155, 259

Benson, George, B7; C64, 155, 259–60; Second thoughts concerning the sufferings . . . of Christ <Christ. Thoughts concerning the sufferings>, C269

Benson, Martin, bp., C260

Benson, William, Virgil’s husbandry, C240

Bensyra, see Jesus, Son of Sirach

Bentham, Edward, C13, 219

Bentham, Jeremy, Fragment on government, C83

Bentivoglio, Guido, cardinal, C55

Bentley, Richard, Philodamas, a tragedy, C229

Bentley, Richard, Dr., A119; B7; C105, 155, 260; Short account of his humanity, see Short account of Dr Bentley’s humanity

Bentley, William, C260

Benzoni, Girolamo, A70

Berchet, Toussaint, A67

Bergier, Nicolas, C3, 55

Bergmann, Torbern Orlof, C36

Berkeley, George, bp. <Berkley>, B7; C93, 137, 216, 357; Theory of vision <Vision, theory of it>, C216

Berkeley, George Berkeley, 1st earl, Historical applications, C114

Berkenhead, John, pseud., see Nottingham, Heneage Finch, 1st earl of

Berlin. Königliche Museen.

Münzkabinett. Thesaurus selectus, sive gemmarum et numismatum Græcorum, comp. Lorenz Beger, C129 (under Begerus)

Bermingham, Michel, C105

Bern, Switzerland. Bibliotheca librorum . . . catalogus, C32

———. Œkonomische Gesellschaft, see Œkonomische Gesellschaft, Bern, Switzerland.

Bernard, St., A5; C155

Bernard, Sir Francis, bart., Letters to the ministry, C147

Bernard, Jean Frédéric, C105

Bernard, Richard <Barnard, John>, A38, 68; C258

Bernardus, Joannes Baptista, A7

Bernberch, Paul, C82

Bernensis, biblioth. librorum, see Bern, Switzerland

Bernouilli, Jean, C105

Beroaldo, Filippo, A71

Berosus <Beroso>, C3

Berriman, William <Berrystreet>, B7; C155, 260

Berrington, S., C155

Berrystreet, William, see Berriman

Berti, Paolino, A26

Bertius, Petrus, A7; ed., Scripta adversaria collationis Hagiensis, A60

Bertoli, Giovanni Domenico, C3

Bertram, Charles, ed., Britannicæ gentium historiæ <Britannicarum gentium>, C3

Bertram, Cornelius Bonaventure, C69

Bertrand, Jean, Historical account of the plague at Marseilles <Plague, historical account of the same>, C229

Besse, Joseph <Besoe>, Clergy’s plea for a settled and forced maintenance from the Quakers <Quakers, clergy’s plea . . .>, C230 [also ascribed to Ollive, Joseph]; Collection of the sufferings of the Quakers <Sufferings of the Quakers>, C105

Bethel, Slingsby, Present interest of England <England, its present interests>, C246; World’s mistake in Oliver Cromwell <Cromwell, Oliver. World’s mistake in him>, C245

Beughem, Cornelius a, Bibliotheca historico-philologico-theologica, C105

Beumler, Marcus, A71

Beveridge, William, bp. <Beveregius; Beveridgius>, A5, 71; B7; C34, 132, 155, 260

Beverley, John <Beverly>, A69

Beverly, Robert, History of Virginia, A110

Beverwyck, Johann van <Beverovicius>, A71

Beyerlinck, Laurentius, A7

Bèze, Théodore <Beza, Didac. de; Bæza>, A5, 67–9, 104; C140, 153, 155; Harmonia confessionum fidei orthodoxorum et reformatarum ecclesiarum, A48; Testamentum, A104, see Bible

Bible, Polyglot: A4, 16, 26, 62; C23–5

Hebrew: A4, 16, 38, 48 <Hosea>, 68, 82 <Joel & Malachi>, 89 <Psalterium>. Hebrew & Latin: A23, 84 (under Leusden). Hebrew & Greek: A49 <Isaiah>; C22, 24

Greek: A5, 29 (under Stephanus), 33, 95–6, 102, 106 (under Millius), 107; C22–4. Greek & Latin: A77

Latin: A4–7, 37, 68, 78 (under Faber), 100, 104 (under Beza); C22–4; Precationes Biblicæ Sanctorum Patrum <Patrum precationes>, A89

English: Wycliffe C24. Great Bible A7. C22 <Cranmer’s>; Geneva A37; C22. Reims <Rhemists> A58; C24. Authorized A7; C22. Annotated by Samuel Clarke, A7, 11; C22; by William Fulke A13; MS. in shorthand (by Jeremiah Rich?) <in characters>, A67

Arabic: A44, 122 <Psalter>; C23. Church Slavic, C25. Coptic, C24. Dutch, C22, 24. French, A6, C22. Gælic, C25. German, A50 (under Luther). Gothic (under Ihre), C41, 116. Gothic & Anglo-Saxon, C23. Irish, A40. Italian, A38, 96. Malayam, C23. Massachusett <Indian>, A44; C22–3. Persian & Latin, C23. Polish, A37. Portuguese, A122. Spanish, A89 <Psalmi>; C22, 24. Syriac, A95. Syriac & Latin, A44; C25. Tamil, A65, C25. Welsh, A124; C22. See also Glossa ordinaria, A14, 104. Hugo de Sancta Claro, A16; C293. Lord’s Prayer, A55. Commonplace book, by J. Locke, A116; C164

Concordances, by J. Buxtorf, A5. M. di Calasio, A8, 22. H. Estienne, A9. R. Estienne, A8. C. Kircher, A50. J. Marbeke, A22. I. M. Nathan, A22. S. Newman, A24. E. Schmidt, A30. A. Trommius, A107. See also Concordantiœ sacrarum Scripturarum, A8; C38

Harmonies, by J. Calvin, A8. M. Chemnitz, A9; C162. T. Craddock, A9. J. Gerhard, A114. J. Lightfoot, A50. J. MacKnight, C180. A. Osiander, A25. G.J. Vossius, A63

Paraphrases, by G. Abbot, A35. H. Ainsworth, C356. J. Alexander, C152, 254. J. Barnard, C154. Bay Psalm Book <Psalms of David in metre>, C188. G. Benson, C155. Sir R. Blackmore, A100. G. Buchanan, A70; C141. T. Cartwright, A40. S. Clarke, C163. T. Craddock, C141. Sir J. Denham, C356. J. Duport, A76. D. Erasmus, A13; C168. R. Grey, B13. H. Hammond, A18; C173. F. Hare, B13; C41. E. Harwood, B14. W. Hog <Hogæus>, C142. Ibn Yahya, C175. J. Johnston, C142. M. Lowman, B17; C179. C. Marot, A89. C. Mather, A122. J. Merrick, B18. J. Patrick, C143, 185. S. Patrick, C186. T. Percy, C335. J. Playford, C356. J. Priestley, C42. T. Prince, C356. T. Pyle, A111; C188. T. Ravenscroft, C356. G. Stanhope, A95. A. Sykes, C195. N. Tate, C195. Jn. Taylor, C196. F. Titleman, A95. I. Watts, A112. S. Wheatland, C356. D. Whitby, A107; C356.

Bibliander, Théodore, A39

Biblioteca, see Haym, Nicola Francesco

Bibliotheca Bremensis nova (1760 &c.), see Bremen

Bibliotheca fratrum Polonorum, quos Unitarios vocant <Fratres Poloni . . .>, C170

Bibliotheca historico-philologico-theologica, see Beughem, Cornelius a Bibliotheca literaria, C87

Bibliotheca politica, see Tyrrell, Sir James

Bibliothèque ancienne et moderne, see Leclerc, Jean

Bibliothèque choisie, see Colomies, Paul

Bibliothèque universelle et historique (1686–93), see Leclerc, Jean

Bidembach, Felix <Bidembachius>, C358

Biel, Gabriel, A4–6

Bielfeld, Jakob Friedrich von <Bielfield>, B7; C82, 105

Bifield, see Byfield, Nicholas

Bigotry, its triumphs; by a lady, see Tranquilla, pseud.

Billi, Jacques de <Billy>, A71

Billings, William, C128

Billingsley, John, C156; Brief discourse of schism <Schism, a brief discourse upon it>, C331

Billingsley, Nicholas, C260

Billingsley, Samuel, C260

Billy, see Billi, Jacques de

Bilson, Thomas, bp., A5; C156

Bilson, second part of the boy of, see Howson, Robert

Bilstone, John, C260

Binchius, Johannes <Benchius>, C155

Binckes, William, Christian synagogue, C69

Bingham, Caleb, C51

Bingham, Joseph, A113; C64, 156

Bini, Pietro di Lorenzo, C105;

Memorie del calcio Fiorentino

<Memorie del calcio . . . > C6

Binius, Severinus <Binnius>, A6

Binning, Thomas, A40

Biographia Britannica, see Wright, Thomas

Biographica classica (1650, i.e. 1750), see Harwood, Edward

Bion, Nicolas, C90

Birch, Peter, C260

Birch, Thomas, B7, 9 (under Cockburn); C26 (under Bayle), 55, 93 (under Cudworth), 122 (under Raleigh), 137, 145, 150–1, 207

Bird, John, A71

Birgitta, see Bridget, St.

Birkenhead, Sir John <Berkenhead>, see Nottingham, Heneage Finch, 1st earl of

Bisciola, Gabr., see Baronius, Cæsar, cardinal

Biscoe, Richard, C156

Bishop, William, bp., A37

Bishop Ken’s Life, see Markland, Jeremiah

Bishop Kennet’s life, see Newton, William

Bishop, scripture, vindicated, see Brown, Moses

Bishop, scripture, vindicated, remarks upon, or Eleuth: inermatus, see Foxcroft, Thomas

Bishops and metropolitans, their orig., see Ussher, James, abp.

Bisse, Thomas, C156, 260

Bisterfeld, Joannes Henricus <Bisterfeldius>, A38

Black, Joseph, C36

Black, William, C96

Blackall, Offspring, bp. <Blackhall>, B7; C156, 260–1

Blackborrow, Peter, A39

Blackburn, John, C261

Blackburne, Francis, B7; C105, 156, 261

Confessional, B9; C156

Hardship and danger of subscription <Subscription. Hardship and danger of it represented>, C338

Memoir of . . . Hollis <Hollis, Thomas. Memoirs of>, C28

Remarks on Dr. Johnson’s Life of Milton, C122

Serious inquiry into the use and importance of external religion <Religion. External, its use and importance>, C328

Blackburne, Lancelot, abp., C261

Blackburne, Thomas, C261

Blackhall, Offspring, see Blackall

Blacklock, Thomas, C140

Blackmore, Sir Richard, A100, 113; C96, 140, 261; Letters of religion between Theophilus and Eugenio <Religion. Letters on religion>, C326

Blackstone, Sir William, B7; C79, 244

Blackwall, Anthony, A116; B7; C39, 105

Blackwell, Thomas, B7; C26, 55, 128; Enquiry into the life and writings of Homer, B14 (under Homer)

Blacow, Richard, C220

Blæuw, Willem Janszoon <Bleau>, A63; C10

Blagrave, John, A7

Blair, Hugh, C149, 156, 261

Blair, John, C34

Blake, Thomas, A38, 40

Blanc, Ludov. Le, see Leblanc de Beaulieu, Ludovicus

Blanchard, Stephen, C96, 105

Bleau, see Blæuw

Blenerhasset, Thomas <Blennerhassett>, C261

Blith, Walter, C1

Blome, Richard, A7; C48, 156

Blomer, Thomas, C220

Blondel, David, A6

Blondel, James Augustus, Power of the mother’s imagination over the fœtus examined <Women pregnant, strength of imagination in them examined>, C218

Bloody tenet of persecution, see Williams, Roger

Blosius, see DeBlois, François Louis

Blount, Charles, C106; Summary account of the deist’s religion <Deism. Summary of the deist’s religion>, C279

Blount, Thomas, C79

Blount, Sir Thomas Pope, C106

Bloys, William <Bloy>, A68

Bluett, Robert, Enquiry, whether a general practice of virtue, C46

Boaistuau, Pierre <Boaysteau>, A70

Boccaccio, Giovanni <Boccaccius; Bochas, John>, A7; C26

Boccalini, Traiano, Pietra del paragone politico, A90

Bochart, Samuel, A6, 70, 104; C39, 48, 106

Bochas, John, see Boccaccio, Giovanni

Boderianus, Joan. Hen., see Le Fèvre de la Boderie, Gui

Bodin, Jean, A6; C82

Bodius, Rob., see Boyd, Robert, Rev., of Trochrig

Boë, Franciscus de le <Deleboe>, C98

Bœhm, Anthony William, A71, 100, 109; C156

Bœhme, Jacobus <Bœhmon; Bohme>, A38, 70–1

Bœmus, Joannes <Bœmius>, C106

Boerhaave, Herman, B7; C36, 89, 97, 102 (under Swieten)

Boethius <Boetius>, C106

Boëtie, see La Boëtie, Stéphane de

Boetius, Anselm, see Boodt, Anselmus Boëtius de

Bohemia. Consideratio causarum belli, see Consideratio causarum belli

Bohle, Samuel <Bohlius, Bohl>, A37–8

Bohme, see Bœhme

Bohun, William, Brief view of ecclesiastical jurisdiction <Church. Ecclesiastical jurisdiction; Church. State of ecclesiastical courts>, C211

Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas, B7; C140

Boissard, Jean Jacques <Boissardus>, A7

Bold, Samuel <Bolde>, C156, 261

Bolducius, Jacobus, A4

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, viscount, C106

Letter to Caleb d’Anvers, Esq. <Danvers, Caleb, Observations on the writing of The craftsman>, C245

Letters on the spirit of patriotism, C249

Bollan, William, B7; C145, 244; Epistle from Timoleon to all the honest freeholders <Timoleon. Epistle to freeholders>, C148

Bolletti, Giuseppe Gaetano, C106

Bolron, Robert, Papists’ bloody oath of secrecy, C228

Bolton, Robert <Boulton, dean of Carlisle>, A37; C156, 261

Bolton, Samuel, A38

Bolton, Theophilus, C261

Bolzamo, Urbano <Bellunensis>, A71

Bomare, see Valmont de Bomare, Jacques Christophe

Bona, Giovanni, cardinal, A40

Bonacina, Martinus, A4

Bonamicus, Cast., see Buonamici, Castruccio

Bonanni, Filippo, C129

Bonaventure, St., A5

Bond, Henry, A39

Bonefield, Sebastian, see Benefield, Sebastian

Bonet, Théophile <Bonetus>, C2

Bongiovanni, Berardo <Bonioannis>, see Aquinas, Thomas

Bonham, Thomas, Chyrurgians closet <Poeton, Edw., Chirurgeon’s closet>, A57

Bonnaire, Louis de <Debonnaire>, C46, 83

Bonner, Edmund, bp., A37

Bonnet, Charles, C71

Bonneval, Claude Alexandre, C26

Boodt, Anselmus Boëtius de <Boetius>, A38

Book declaring things that are right, see Karo, Joseph ben Ephraim

Book of the bed of spices, see Archivolti, Samuel

Book of the bread of tears, see Uceda, Samuel ben Isaac

Book of the breath of life, see Menasseh ben Israel

Book of the greatest wise men, see Shabbethae ben Meir

Book of the grove of Abraham, see Mordecai ben Judah

Book of the shields of earth, see Karo, Joseph ben Ephraim

Book of the smooth stones, see David ben Aryeh Loeb

Book of the two tables of the covenant, see Horowitz, Isaiah

Book of the valley of satisfaction, see Horowitz, Abraham ben Shabbethai

Book upon the law, see Rashi

Booker, Daniel, Beauties of the mass exemplified <Mass, beauties of>, C311

Booth, Peniston, C261

Borch, Olaus Claus van, see Borrichius, Olaus

Borelli, Gianalfonso <Borellus>, C2

Borlase, William, B7; C3, 71

Bornius, Henricus, A39

Borrichius, Olaus <Borch>, C135, 235

Bos, Lambert, C3, 39

Boscovic, Rudyer Josip <Boscovich>, B7; C137, 141

Bosman, William, C73

Bosnay, Le Sieur de, A70

Bosse, Abraham, C9

Bossu, F. <Bossu, M.>, C73

Bossu, René le, B7; C106

Bossuet, Jacques Benigne de, bp., C55

Boston, Thomas, C156

Boston, Mass.

Assembly of pastors of churches in New England. Testimony and advice <New England. Testimony and advice>, C319

Narrative of the horrid massacre, see Bowdoin, James

Vindication of the town, see Adams, Samuel

Votes and proceedings of the freeholders, C244

Boston, Mass. Society for encouraging industry, see under Society for encouraging industry, Boston, Mass.

Boston chronicle (1768–69), C87

Boston, letter from one in the country, see Letter from one in the country to his friend in Boston

Boston Synod (1679–1680), Confession of faith <New-England Confession of faith>, A88; C164

Bostwick, David, C261

Boswell, James, B7; C55

Boswell, John, B7; C106

Botero, Giovanni <Boteroadwise>, Relationi universali, A59

Botsaccius, Joannes, A37, 69

Bott, Thomas, C157, 261; Remarks on the sixth chapter of Bishop Butler’s Analogy <Butler, Bp., Remarks on the 6th chapter>, C265 (under Butler)

Bouelles, Charles <Bovillus>, A39

Bougainville, Louis Antoine de, C73

Bouguer, Pierre, C137

Bouilliau, Ismael <Bulliadus; Bullialdus>, A7; C10

Boulæse, Jean <Boulæsse>, A7

Boulanger, Nicolas Antoine, C82, 106

Boullainvilliers, Henri de, C26

Boulter, Hugh, abp., C106, 145, 261

Boulton, dean of Carlisle, see Bolton, Robert

Bound, Nic., see Bownd, Nicholas

Bourdonnais, le sieur de, memoire pour, see Gennes, Pierre de

Bourke, Nicholas, Privileges of the island of Jamaica vindicated <Jamaica, privileges of that island>, C247

Bourn, Daniel, C9

Bourne, Samuel, C157

Sermon the rise of the Christian religion <Christian religion, a sermon on its rise>, C269

Vindication of the principles and practices of protestant dissenters <Dissenters. Vindication of their principles and practices>, C280

Bovillus, see Bouelles, Charles

Bowchier, Joshua, C261

Bowden, John, C262

Bowdoin, James, Narrative . . . Boston massacre <Boston, N. E. Narrative of the horrid massacre; Massacre, horrid, in Boston–a narrative of>, B18; C106

Bowen, Emanuel, B8; C33, 48

Bowen, Penuel, C262

Bower, Alexander, C26

Bower, Archibald <Bowers>, B8; C26, 220

[Bower] and Tillemont compared, see Douglas, John, bp.

Confutation of his three defences, see Douglas, John, bp.

Faithful account, see Baron, Richard

Six letters to Father Sheldon, see Douglas, John, bp.

Bowman, Thomas, B8; C157

Bowman, William, C262

Bownd, Nicholas <Bound>, A37

Bowyer, William, C39

Boxhorn, Hendrik <Boxhornius>, A68

Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius <Boxhornius>, C244; Metamorphosis anglorum <Anglorum metamorphosis> (1753, i.e. 1653), C54

Boyd, Robert, Rev., of Trochrig <Bodius>, A4; C156

Boyer, Abel, C202; History of the reign of Queen Anne <Annals of Queen Anne> B6; C55

Boyle, Charles, see Orrery

Boyle, John, see Orrery

Boyle, Robert, A36, 68, 70–1; B8; C36, 106, 137, 157; Of the high veneration man’s intellect owes to God <God. High veneration>, C293

Boylean lectures, B8, = Boyle, Robert, Collection of sermons preached at his lecture, C157

Boylston, Zabdiel <Boylstone>, C216, 357

Boys, John, A37

Boyse, Joseph, B8; C157, 262

Boze, Claude Gros de, C3

Brabourne, Theophilus, A68

Brachey, Louis de Grand de, see Gand, Louis de

Brackley, Thomas Egerton, viscount <Ellesmere, T>, C246

Bracton, Henry de, C79

Bradbury, Thomas, C220, 262

Bradford, Samuel, bp., C157, 262

Bradley, Richard, B8; C71

Bradshaw, William, A38, 69; C262

Bradwardine, Thomas, abp. <Bradwardinus>, A4; C157

Brady, Nathaniel, C262

Brady, Nicholas, C195

Brady, Robert, C83

Bragge, Francis, C46, 157

Bragge, Robert, C262

Brahe, Tycho, A7, 39; C10

Brainerd, David, C106; Life of, see Edwards, Jonathan

Bramhall, John, abp., C157

Brampton, Sir John, C244

Bramston, James, C238

Brancker, Thomas <Branker>, A39; C1

Brandenburgh, Memoirs of the House of, see Frederick III

Brandt, Geerært <Brandt, Geo.>, A6, 103; B8; C65

Branker, Thomas, see Brancker

Brassavola, Antonio Musa <Brasauolus>, A7

Brathwait, Richard, A39

Braun, Johann <Braunius>, C69, 157

Braunius, Joseph Adam, C215

Bray, Thomas, A71; C262; Papal usurpation, A106; B19; C65, 68

Breck, Robert, C262

Breirley, see Brierley, Roger

Brekell, John <Brekel>, C157, 262

Bremen. Bibliotheca Bremensis nova (1760&c.), C105

Brent, Charles, C262

Brentius, Johannes, A68

Bréquigny, Louis George Dudart Feudrix de, History of the revolutions of Genoa <Genoa, History of its revolutions>, C56

Brerewood, Edward, A39; C88, 106, 234

Breton, cape, remarks upon a letter in the London chronicle, see Remarks upon a letter published in the London chronicle

Brevint, Daniel, A68–9; C157

Brevis ad artem cogitandi introduction <Introductio brevis>, see Perrin, Jean Baptiste

Brice, Andrew, C48

Bridge, Ebenezer, C262

Bridge, Thomas, C262

Bridge, William, C157

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando <Bridgman>, C79

Bridges, John, C32

Bridget, St. <Birgitta>, A5

Bridgman, see Bridgeman

Brief account of the persecutions of the Quakers <Quakers, a brief account of their persecutions>, C68

Brief and true representation of the posture of affairs <Affairs, brief representation of their posture>, C240

Brief dissertation upon funeral solemnities <Funeral solemnities, dissertation upon them>, C224

Brief instruction in the worship of God, see Owen, John

Brief representation of the posture of affairs, see Brief and true representation

Brief view of Dr. Gauden’s considerations, see Crofton, Timothy

Brierley, Roger <Breirley>, C157

Briet, Philippe <Brietius>, C48

Briggs, Henry, Logarithmical arithmetick, A21

Briggs, William, C2

Bright, Timothy, C89, 97

Brightman, Thomas, A38; C157

Brine, John, C262

Brinsley, John, A38–9; C262–3

Brisson, Barnabé <Brissonius>, C77

Brissot de Warville, Jacques Pierre <Warville>, C47, 86, 127, 146 (under Claviere), 148

Bristed, John, Letter to the Rev. J. Tucker <Subscription. Letter to the Rev. Dr. J. Tucker>, C338

Bristol, George Digby, earl of, Letters between the Ld. George and Sir Kenelm Digby, A84

Britain.

Anglia restaurata; or the advantages, see La Touche, James Digges

Angliæ excidium, see La Touche, James Digges

Britain’s remembrancer, see Burgh, James

Britannia major; the new scheme, C209

Convention between G. Brit. and Spain concluded at Pardo, see Great Britain. Treaties etc.

Defence of the above [enquiry into the reasons], see Hoadly, Benjamin, bp.

Enq[uiry] into the causes of the late rebellion, C245

Enquiry into the reasons of the cond[uct] of G. Britain, see Hoadly, Benjamin, bp.

General history of rebellions &c., C245

Golden fleece, or the trade, see Munn, [     ]

Importance of the British dominions in India <Importance of her dominions>, C245

Importance of the plantations of Britain in America, see Hall, F[     ]

Memorial against the pretender & popery, see Chandler, Samuel

Observations on the conduct of G. Britain, C245

Present state of liberty, see Priestley, Joseph

See also Great Britain, passim

Britain, Great, a new survey of it, see Cox, Thomas

Britain, Great, and Ireland, danger of their becoming provinces of France, see Danger of Great Britain and Ireland

Britain, Great, and North America, present state of, see Mitchill, Samuel Latham

Britain, Great, state of parties in, see Defoe, Daniel

Britannia major; the new scheme <Britain. Britannia major>, C209

Britannicarum gentium historiæ, see Bertram, Charles, ed.

Britannicarum rerum scriptores vetustiores, see Commelinus, Hieronymus, ed.

Britannici motus, see Bate, George

British liberties, or the free-born subject’s inheritance <Liberties British. with an essay on political liberty>, C84

British librarian, see Oldys, William

British museum. Catalogus librorum (1787) <Museum Brit. Catalogus>, C32

Britius, Fabritius, A70

Brittain’s busse, see S., E., Britaines busse

Britton, C79

Brochmand, Casper Erasmus, C157

Brodeau, Jean <Brodæus>, Epigrammatum græcorum collect., A13

Brodrick, Thomas, A71

Brograve, Robert, C263

Brome, James, A71

Bromfield, William, C97

Bronchorst, Everardus, A71

Brook, see Willoughby de Broke, George Verney, 4th baron

Brooke, Fulke Greville, 1st baron <Brooke, Ld>, C141

Brooke, Robert Greville, baron, A38, 69

Brooke, Zachary, C157

Brookes, Richard, C97

Brooks, Thomas, C157

Brothers, the two, a second series of facts, see Egmont, John Perceval, 2d earl of, Second series

Brough, W., Sacred principles, services, and soliloquies, or, A manual of devotions <Manual of devotions?>, A101

Broughton, Hugh, A4, 37; B8; C157

Broughton, Thomas, C158

Broun, Jn., see Brown, John, of Wamphray

Brown and Wotton, Mirror of architecture, see Scamozzi, Vincenzo

Brown, Isaac Hawkins <Browne>, C141, 238

Brown, John, 18th c., B8; C30 (under Symmes, Tho.), 107, 158, 263; Apologetical relation of the sufferings, C64

Brown, John, of Wamphray <Broun>, C158

Brown, John, philomath, A71

Brown, Moses, Scripture bishop vindicated <Bishop, scripture, vindicated>, C260

Brown, Simon, see Browne, Simon

Browne, Arthur, Remarks on Dr. Mayhew’s Observations, C315 (under Mayhew)

Browne, Gul. Laur., see Browne, William Laurence

Browne, Is. Hawkins, see Brown, Isaac Hawkins

Browne, John, C263

Browne, Peter, bp., C93, 158; Answer to his analogy, see Jackson, John, Answer to a book

Browne, Simon, A109; B8 <Brown>; C158, 263; Sober and charitable disquisition <Trinity. Sober and charitable disquisition>, C345

Browne, Sir Thomas <Brown>, A7; C107, 158

Browne, Thomas, C263; Miracles, works above and contrary to nature, C182

Browne, William Laurence, C263

Brownrig, Ralph, bp. <Brownrigg>, A104; C158

Bruce, Archibald, Free thoughts on the toleration of popery <Popery, free thoughts on the establishment of>, C121

Bruce, William, Some facts and observations relative to the fate of the linnen bill <Linnen bill, facts and observations>, C210

Brucioli, Antonio, A68

Brucker, Johann Jakob <Bruckerus>, C107

Bruckner, John, Philosophical survey of animal creation <Animal creation>, B6; C104

Brumoy, Pierre, B8; C131

Brunet, M., Tresor (MS.), see Latini, Brunetto

Brunfels, Otto <Brunnselsius>, A67

Bruyere, M. de la, see La Bruyère, Jean de

Bruyn, Cornelius de, B8; C73

Bruzen de La Martinière, Antoine Augustin, ed., Traitez geographiques et historiques, C43, 49 (and under Traitez)

Bryan, Augustus, C263

Bryant, Jacob, C107

Brydges, Henry, C263

Brydone, Patrick <Brydone, Phil.>, C73

Bucanus, Gulielmus, A67, 71; C158, 356

Bucer, Martin <Felinus, Aretius>, A5, 13; C169

Bucerus, Gerson, A38

Buchan, William, C97

Buchanan, George, A6, 68, 70; C55, 107, 141, 213, 245; Rerum nuper in regno Scotiæ . . . historia <Scotia. Rerum nuper>, C62

Buchanan, James, C220

Buchler, Johann <Buchlerus>, A71; C107

Buchwaldus, Joannes Sigismundus, C263

Buckfisch, Franz Georg, C263

Buckingham, George Villiers, 2d duke of, C144 (under Roscommon)

Buckler, Benjamin, Complete vindication of the mallard of All-Souls College <Mallard of All-Soul’s College vindicated>, C227

Buckley, Samuel, C107

Buckminster, Joseph, C263

Buddæus, Johann Franz <Buddeius; Buddeus>, C158, 263

Budé, Guillaume <Budæus>, A7; C135

Budgell, Eustace, C26

Buesching, Anton Friedrich, C48

Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, C36, 71

Bulifon, Antonio, C55, 107

Bulkley, Benjamin, C264

Bulkley, Charles, C158, 233, 263

Bulkley, Peter, A38

Bull, George, bp., A119; B8; C158

Bullet, Jean Baptiste, C135

Bulliadus or Bullialdus, see Bouilliau, Ismael

Bullinger, Heinrich, A38, 67; C158

Bullock, George <Bullocus>, A5

Bullock, Thomas, B8; C158, 220, 264

Bulstrode, Edward, C79

Bulstrode, Sir Richard, C107; Reports, see Great Britain. Courts

Bulwer, John, C107

Bundy, Richard, C55 (under Catrou); Plea for divine revelation <Revelation, a plea for it>, C328

Bunny, Edmund <Bunnius>, see Calvin, Jean, Institutio

Bunon, Robert, C97

Bunyan, John, A119; C158

Buommateus, see Buonmattei

Buonamici, Castruccio <Bonamicus>, C55, 64 (under Wishart)

Buonarroti, Filippo, Osservazioni sopra alcuni frammenti, C6

Buonmattei, Benedetto <Buommatteus>, C51

Burgersdyck, Franco Petri <Burgersdicius>, A70; C46, 88, 93, 137, 355

Burges, Cornelius, C220; Presbyterians not guilty of the murder of Charles I, C221 (under Charles I)

Burges, John <Burgess>, A37; C158

Burgess, Anthony, A6, 38; C158

Burgess, Daniel, C264

Burgh, James, B8; C46, 83, 107

Britain’s remembrancer <Britain. Britain’s remembrance>, C245

Hymn to the creator of the world, C238

Burghley, Robert, see Salisbury, Robert Cecil, 1st earl of

Burghley, William Cecil, 1st baron, C145

Burhill, Robert <Burnhillus>, A67

Buridanus, Joannes, A39

Burigny, Jean Lévesque de, C26; Histoire de la philosophie payenne <Payenne philosophie . . .>, C120

Burke, Edmund <Burke, William>, B8; C93; Observations on a late state of the nation <Nation, observation [sic] on a late state of it>, C250

Burke, William, Account of the European settlements in America <America–European settlements in; America. Account of European settlements in>, B5; C54

Burkirt, William, A104; B8; C158

Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques, B8; C83, 158

Burmann, Frans <Burmannus>, C264

Burmann, Pieter <Burmannus>, C3

Burn, Richard, B8; C78, 79

Burner, Gilbert, bp., A6, 100, 109, 113; B8; C25 (under Bedel), 26, 45 (under Lanctatius [sic]), 55, 65, 73, 107, 159, 213, 264

Defence of J. Cockburne, see Defence of Dr. Cockburn

Impartial refections on his history, see Earbery, Matthias

Letter to Tho. Burnet, see Letter to Thomas Burnet

Life of Bishop William Bedell, C25 (under Bedel, Wm.)

Remarks on his history of his own times, see Remarks on Bp Burnet’s History

Remarks on the letter, see Some remarks on a late letter to Thomas Burnet

Review of his history, see Review of Bishop Burnet’s History

Specimen of his behaviour, see Elliot, Robert

Vindication of him from the calumnies, see Vindication of the late Bishop Burnet from the calumnies

Burnet, James, C264

Burnet, Thomas, A7, 109, 119; B8; C107, 159, 264

Burnhillus, see Burhill, Robert

Burr, Aaron, C264

Burridge, Ezekiel, C55

Burroughs, Edward, Declaration to all the world of our faith <Quakers, declaration of theirfaith>, C188

Burroughs, James, C159

Burroughs, Jeremiah, A37, 68; C159, 264

Burroughs, Joseph, C159, 264–5

Burrow, Robert, A119; C265

Burscough, Robert, C159

Burscough, William, C265

Burthogge, Richard, A119; C265

Burton, Edmund, C108

Burton, Henry, Jesu-worship confuted, C303

Burton, Hezekiah, C265

Burton, John, C207, 220, 265

Burton, Robert, Anatomy of melancholie, C104

Bury, Arthur, Judgment of a disinterested person <Trinity. Judgment>, C343

Bury, Samuel, C265

Busbecq, Augier Ghislain de <Busbequius>, A119; C73

Busche, Alexander van den <Sylvayn>, A61

Buscherus, Heizo, A70

Busching, Anton Friedrich, B8; C48

Bush, William, C265

Butler, Charles, A38, 70; C149

Butler, Joseph, bp., B8; C159;

Remarks on the 6th chapter of his analogy, see Bott, Thomas

Butler, Lilley, A1 19; C159

Butler, Samuel, C141

Buxtorf, Johan <Buxtorfius>, A5, 7, 38–9, 70–1; C38, 51, 69, 132, 202

Byfield, Nathaniel, C357

Byfield, Nicholas <Bifield>, A5; C156

Byles, Mather, C159, 238, 265

Byng, see Torrington, George Byng, viscount

Byrom, John, Epistle to a gentleman of the Temple, C238; Full and true account of a horrid and barbarous robbery <Cambridge coach, full and true account>, C238

Byron, John, B8; C73

Bythner, Victorinus, A39, 71; C39, 51

C

C., N., Great necessity and advantage of preserving our own manufactures <East India trade. Necessity of preserving our own manufactories; Manufactories, great necessity>, C210

C., T., Of the Pope’s deadly wound, see Clarke, Thomas

Cabala, or mysteries of state, C145

Cabeljauw, Petrus <Cabeljavius>, C78

Cælius, Ludov. Rhodogini, see Richerius, Ludovicus Cælius, Rhodiginus

Cæsar, Gaius Julius, A73, 117; C13

Cæsarius, Joannes, A74

Caille, Nicolas Louis de, C10

Caius, Joannes, De antiquitate Cantabrigiensis academiœ libri duo <Antiquitas academ. Cantabrigens.>, A66

Cajetan, Tommaso de Vio <Cajetanus>, A72

Calamy, Benjamin, C159, 265–6

Calamy, Edmund, A75, 120; B8; C25 (under Baxter, Richard), 26, 65, 159, 213, 265; Answer to his letter, see Echard, Laurence; Letter to him, see Earbery, Matthias, attrib.

Calasio, Mario di <Marii de Calasio; Calesius>, A22; C38; Concordantiæ Hebraicæ, A8

Calcagnini, Celio <Cœlius Calcagnini>, A10

Calderwood, David, A100; C65, 159; Perth assembly a nullity, A56

Calepino, Ambrosio da <Calepinus>, A10–1, 104; C202

Calfhill, James, A40

California—history of see Venegas, Miguel

Callender, John, C73

Callimachus, A120; B8; C13, 141 (under Dodd, William)

Calmet, Antoine Augustin, C69

Calovius, Abraham, the elder, A10, 40, 42–3

Calvin, Jean <Calvinus>, A8, 10, 40, 72, 104; C160, 266

Institutio Christianæ religionis Calvini compendium, ed. Edmund Bunny, A68

Institutio christianæ religionis . . . epitome <Launeus, Gulielmus, Epitome>, A83

Calvinist’s cabinet unlocked, C160

Calvisius, Sethus <Kallwitz>, A10; C34

Cambden, see Camden

Cambi, Bartolommeo <Saluthius>, A93

Cambray, see Fénelon, François de Salignac de la Mothe, abp.

Cambridge coach, full and true account of the horrid and barbarous robbery, see Byrom, John

Cambridge concordance, see Newman, Samuel

Cambridge University. Gratulatio academica, A114; Leges, sive statute (MS.), C89

———. Jesus College, Leges sive statuta (MS.), C89

Camden, Charles Pratt, earl of, Genuine copies of all the letters <Doyle and Valine: copies of all the letters>, C222

Camden, William <Cambden>, A11, 41–2, 73–4; B8; C48, 55, 56 (under Darcie, Andrew (i.e. Abraham) tr.), 108; Remaines concerning Brittaine, C7

Cameli, Franciscus <Camel>, A8

Camerarius, Philippus, A10, 42

Cameron, Johannes <Cameronis>, A9; C160

Campanella, Tommaso, A42–3

Campbell, Archibald <Campbel>, B8; C46, 160, 266

Campbell, Colin <Campbel>, C8

Campbell, George, B9; C149, 160

Campbell, John <Campbel>, B9; C26, 108, 245, 266

Liberty and right, or an essay historical <Liberty and independency>, C249

Present state of Europe <Europe, present state; Europe, its present state>, C56, 146

Sentiments of a Dutch patriot <Dutch patriot’s sentiments>, C246

Campensis, Joannes, see Joannes, Campensis

Campofulgosus, Bapt., see Fregoso, Battista

Camus, Jean Pierre, bp. of Belley <Belley>, A69

Can, John, see Canne

Canadian freeholder, see Maseres, Francis

Candid disquisitions relating to the church of England, see Jones, John, Free and candid disquisitions

Candid thoughts, see Orthodox dissenter, pseud.

Caner, Henry, C266

Canes, John Baptist Vincent, Reclaimed papist, A92

Canini, Giovanni Agnolo, A73; C3

Canne, John <Can>, A40

Cannel, Joseph, C266

Cano, Melchior <Canus>, A71

Canones et directa concilii Tridentini, see Council of Trent (1545–1563)

Canones sanct. apostolorum, see Council of Trent (1545–1563)

Canterburian self conviction, a large supplement to it, see Baillie, Robert

Canterbury, a short vindication of the archbishop, see Hearne, Thomas

Canterbury, letter to the abp of, see Letter to the lord archbishop of Canterbury

Canus, Melchior, see Cano

Capaccio, Giulio Cesare <Capacius>, C4

Capel, Arthur, see Essex, Arthur Capel, 1st earl of

Capel, Richard, A73

Cappel, Jacques <Capellus, Jacob>, A41

Cappel, Louis <Capelli, L.; Capellus, Ludov.>, A8, 41; C39, 135, 354 (under Hornius, Geo.)

Capreolus, Joannes, A8

Capsius, Benjamin, C266

Caracci, Annibale, C33

Caracciolus, Galeacius, his life, see Balbani, Niccolò

Caranza, F. Baret., see Carranza, Bartolommeo, abp.

Carceus, Martinus, C89

Care, Henry, History of popery <Popery, hist. of>, C121; Weekly pacquet of advice, A43; C87, 246 <France. Pacquet of advice>

Caré de Montgeron, Louis Basile <Montgeron>, C119

Carelton, see Carleton

Carew, Richard, A42

Carion, Johann <Carionis>, A10

Carkeet, Samuel, C266

Carleton, George, bp. <Carelton>, A40

Carmichael, Alexander, A73

Carmichael, Frederick, B9; C160, 266

Caro, Annibale, C141

Caro, Joseph, see Karo

Caroline, queen, verses on her death, see Oxford. University. Pietas

Carophylus, Blasius, see Garofalo, Biagio

Carpentarius, Jacobus, see Charpentier, Jacques

Carpenter, John, gent., Most excellent instruction for the exact keeping merchants books <Merchant’s bookes, a most excellent instruction>, C118

Carpenter, John, minister, A40

Carpenter, Joseph, C266

Carpenter, Nathaniel, A42; C48

Carpentier, Pierre, C202

Carpi, Giovanni Battista, A43

Carpov, Jacobus <Carpovius>, C160

Carpzov, Johann Benedict <Carpzovius>, C266

Carpzov, Johann Gottlob <Carpzovius>, C39

Carranza, Bartolommeo, abp. <Caranza>, C65

Carrington, John, Lancashire Levite rebuked, or a further defence, C306; Lancashire Levite rebuked, or an answer, C306

Cartagena, Franciscus de <Carthagena, Franc.>, A73

Cartari, Vincenzo, C4

Carte, Thomas, C26, 145

Carter, Elizabeth, B9; C238; Remarks on the Athanasian creed

<Athanasianism. Remarks>, C257

Carter, William, A41

Cartes, Cartesius, see Descartes, René

Carthagena, Franc, see Cartagena

Carthagena, journal of the expedition to it, see Smollett, Tobias

Cartwright, Christopher, A41; C160

Cartwright, Thomas, A9, 40; C160, 266

Carver, Jonathan, C48, 73

Cary, John, C209

Cary, Mordecai, C266

Cary, Robert, A10

Caryll, Joseph <Caryl>, A11, 41; C160

Casaubon, Isaac, A41–2, 75; C39, 65, 266

Casaubon, Meric, A72–4; C135, 160, 235; Treatise of use and custom, A62

Case, Charles, C266

Case, John <Casus>, A42

Case, M. de la, see Della Casa, Giovanni

Case, Thomas, Morning exercise methodized, A52

Case fairly stated, Ireland’s, see Leland, John

Case of Great Britain and America <America. Case of>, C242

Case of ordination considered <Ordination considered>, C321

Cases, collection of, to recover dissenters, see Collection of cases, and other discourses

Casmannus, Otho, A74

Cassander, Georg <Cassandrus>, A73

Cassianus, Joannes Massiliensis, A72; C44

Cassini, Jacques, C10

Cassiodorus, Flavius Magnus Aurelius, A42

Castalio, Sebastian, see Châteillon, Sébastien

Castanæus, Hen. Lud., see Chasteigner de la Roche-Pozai, Henri Louis, bp.

Castell, Edmund <Castellus>, A10; C202

Castelli, Gabriele Lancilotto, Siciliæ et objacentium insularum veterum inscript., C7

Castellus, Bartholomæus, C202

Casuistical morning exercises, see Annesley, Samuel

Cat, M. le, see Le Cat, Claude Nicolas

Cat may look upon a king, see Weldon, Sir Anthony

Catalogue of English writers on the Old and New Testaments, A73

Catalogues various [unidentified book sale catalogues], C32

Catalogus testium veritatis, see Flacius, Matthias, Illyricus

Catechesis ecclesiarum Poloniæ, A72

Catechism, larger and Catechism, shorter, see Westminster Assembly of divines

Catechismus Romanus, see Catholic church

Catena, Giovanni Girolamo, C26

Catesby, Mark, C71

Catherine II, empress of Russia, C83

Catholic church

Breviary <Romish manual> (MS.) C89, <Romanum breviarium> 189; Canones sanctæ Apostolorum, C65

Catechismus Romanus ex decreto Concilii Tridentini, A73

Concilia omnia <Conciliorum a temporibus Apostolorum>, A10; see also Council of Florence (1438–1445) and Council of Trent (1545–1563)

Horæ B. V. M., A16

Hymni cum notis secundum usum eccles. Sarisburiensis, A49

Index librorum prohibitorum, A82 <Index expurgatorius librorum>; C116

Missal, A24, 85; C182, 189 <Romanum missale>

Office de la Semaine sainte <Semaine sainte, Office de la>, C191

Petit livre du chrétien <Chrétien, Petit livre de; Livre petit du Chrétien>, C162, 179

Pontifical, A26; C189 <Romanum pontificale>

Processionale ad usum Sarum, A57

Ritual, C189 <Romanum rituale>

——. Pope. Acta Romanorum pontificum, C64

Clement I, St. <Clemens Romanus>, A8; C44

Clement XI, Unigenitus, C198

Gregory I, the Great, A14

Gregory XIII, Corpus juris canonici, A15 <Decretals>, 47

Innocent IX, A19

Paul V, C60

Pius II <Piccolomini, Æneas Sylvius>, A30, 57

Catholic church, Theses ad moral. theol., see Milante, Pio-Tommaso

Catholic, a method with one, see Method with a Roman Catholic

Catholic faith and practice, see Jones, John

Catholick traditions, see Eudes, Morton

Catholics in Great Britain and Ireland, an apology for them, see Patsall, Mrs.

Cato’s letters, see Gordon, Thomas

Catrou, François, C55

Cats, Adrian van, B9

Cattenburg, Adrian van <Cattenburgh>, B9; C160

Catullus, A116; C13, 238

Causa episcopatus hierarchici lucifuga, see Forster, Nathaniel

Cause of liberty and free enquiry asserted <Liberty and free inquiry, cause of>, C308

Cause of the petitioners examined <Subscription. Cause of the petitioners examined>, C338

Causes of the decay of Christian piety, see Allestree, Richard

Caussin, Nicolas <Causin>, A74; C160, 356

Caution against deceivers with respect to the subordination <Trinity, tracts relating to it>, C344

Cavalerius, Ant. Rodolph, see Cevallerius, Antonius Rodolphus

Cavalieri, Buonventura <Cavallerius>, A42

Cavallo, Tiberio, C138

Cavalrie, militarie instructions for, see Cruso, John

Cave, William, A72; B9; C26, 65, 160

Cawdrey, Daniel, A41, 73; C160

Cawdrey, Robert, A40

Cawdwell, Thomas <Cawdwel>, C267

Cebes, C13

Celestina, see Rojas, Fernando de

Celeusma, seu clamor, see Jenkyn, William

Cellarius, Christopher, C33, 48, 51; ed., Duodecim panegyrici veteres <Panegyrici veteres>, B20; C108

Cellenus, J. Bart, de, see Bartocci, Julius

Celsus, Aurelius Cornelius, A11; C13, 97, 102 (under Sprengell)

Celsus, Minus, C161

Celtic.

Additional articles to the same [specimen of an etymological dictionary], see Cleland, John

Collection of papers, on the imperfection of learning, see Collection of letters in which the imperfection of learning

Specimen of an etymological vocabulary, see Cleland, John

View of a plan, see Cleland, John

Way to things by words, see Cleland, John

Censorinus, C13

Ceporinus, Jacques, A74

Cerda, Juan Luis de la, A9

Ceremonies, a fresh suit against them, see Ames, William

Ceremonies, les conformitez des modernes avec les anciennes, see Mussard, Pierre

Certain ancient tracts, see Xenophon

Certaine sermons or homilies, C356

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, C108

Cevallerius, Antonius Rodolphus <Cavalerius>, A42; C354

Chabotius, Gualt., see Gualterius Chabotius

Chadlicott, Thomas, C221

Chais, Charles Pierre, C108

Chalcondylas, Laonicus <Laonicus>, C58

Chaldeæ seu Æthieopicæ linguæ institutiones (undated MS.), see Vittori, Mariano

Châles, Claude François Millet de, A11

Chalmers, Lionel, C216

Chaloner, Edward, A72

Chaloner, Thomas, C83

Chambaud, Louis, C202

Chamberlayne, John <Chamberlainus, Joan.>, A101, 120; B9; C108; ed.,

Oratio dominica, see Lord’s Prayer (Polyglot).

Chambers, Ephraim, B9

Chambers, Edward, C9

Chambers, Sir William, C8

Chamier, Daniel, A8–9; C160

Champion, Joseph, C132, 141

Champlain de Brouage, Samuel, A42; C73

Champs, Jean des, Réligion

chrétienne, see Lyttelton, George

Lyttelton, 1st baron

Chandler, Benjamin, Apostles creed better than the Assemblies catechism <Trinity, tracts relating to the>, C344

Chandler, Edward, bp., A120; B9; C161, 267

Chandler, George, C97

Chandler, Henry, C267

Chandler, Samuel, A120; B9; C39, 65, 161, 267–8

Great Britain’s memorial against the pretender and popery <Pretender & popery; Britain. Memorial against the pretender & popery>, C229, 245

Letter to Dr. Chandler occasioned by the above, see Philochristus, pseud.

Letter to the lord mayor on his lordship’s nomination, C248

Plain reasons for being a protestant <Protestantism. Plain reasons>, C326

Chapman, George, A11; C108, 141

Chapman, John, C4, 161

Chapman, Thomas, B9; C108

Chappe d’Auterroche, Jean, C73

Chappelow, Leonard, C39, 51

Chardin, Sir John, C73

Charge of partiality, imposition and assuming authority <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Charge>, C344

Charity in all its branches, see Wright, Samuel

Charles, de Croy, prince de Chimay, see Croy, Charles de, duc de Croy et d’Arschot

Charles I, A113; C55, 108, 145, 245

Clamor regii sanguinis ad cœlum, see Vlacq, Adrian

Memorials and letters relating to Britain in his reign, see Hailes, David Dalrymple, lord, ed.

Oglio of traytors, C147

Presbyterians not guilty of his murder, see Burges, Cornelius

Sermon on the martyrdom, see South, Robert

See also Speeches and prayers of some of his judges, B23; C108

Charles II, C221

Charles V, emperor, Confessio fidei, C164

Charles, Joseph, B9; C161

Charleton, Walter, C221

Charlevoix, Pierre François Xavier de, C73

Charnock, Stephen, A11; C161

Charpentier, Jacques <Carpentarius>, C93

Charron, Pierre, A42; C46

Charters of several provinces of America <America. Charters>, C145

Chasteigner de la Roche-Pozai, Henri Louis, bp. <Castanæus>, A10, 74

Châteillon, Sébastien <Castalio>, A74; C160

Chatelain, Henri, C161

Chatham, see Pitt, William, 1st earl of Chatham

Chaucer, Geoffrey, A10; C141

Chauncy, Charles, B9; C161–2, 268–9, 284 (under Ewer)

Chauncy, Isaac <Chauncey>, A43, 75, 109

Chauvelin, Henri Philippe de, Tradition des faites <Faites, tradition des>, C111

Chauvin, Stephen, A11

Checkley, John, Modest proof of the order and government <Church. Modest proof>, C271

Checkley, Samuel, C269

Chemnitz, Martin <Chemnitius>, A9, 41, 104; C65, 162

Cheselden, William, A109; B9; C2

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer

Stanhope, 4th earl of, C108;

Apology for a late resignation <Resignation, apology for a late>, C251

Chevallier, Paulus, C269

Cheyne, George, A109–10; B9; C97, 162

Cheynell, Francis <Cheynel>, C207

Chicoyneau, François, C97; Succinct account of the plague at Naples <Plague, succinct account of the one at Merseils [sic]>, C229

Chiesa, Ludovico della, C55

Child, Joseph, C37

Chillingworth, William, A9, 113; B9; C16, 162

Chimay, Charles de Croy, prince de, see Croy, Charles de, duc de Croy et d’Arschot

Chimentelli, Valerio <Chimentellus>, C4

Chinese, miscellaneous pieces relating to [undifferentiated], C108

Chinese spy <Chinese letters>, B9; C108

Chirinos de Salazar, Fernando <Salazar>, A29

Chirurgie, memoires de l’academie royale, see Académie de chirurgie, Paris

Chishull, Edmund, C4, 269

Chladenius, Martinus, C269

Choate, John, C269

Chokier, Jean Surlet de <Chokierus>, A43

Choppin, Robert <Chopping>, C269

Choquet, François Hyacinth <Cocquetius>, A40

Chretien, le petit livre du, see Catholic church. Petit livre du Chrétien

Christ.

Christ or antichrist, C269

Discourse concerning his priesthood, see Moor, William

Dissertation on the account given by Josephus, see Forster, Nathaniel

Essay on Christ’s fear of death, see Rawson, Joseph

Thoughts concerning the sufferings, see Benson, George

Christ, Johann Friedrich, C108

Christ or antichrist, C269

Christian exercise, see Parsons, Robert

Christian gospel: an essay towards a summary of it, see Essay towards a summary of Gospel Christianity

Christian religion, a sermon on its rise, see Bourne, Samuel

Christian religion was not introduced by power, see Cocks, Sir Richard

Christian synagogue, see Binckes, William

Christianisme dévoilé, see Holbach, Paul Henri Thiri, baron d’

Christianity as old as creation, see Tindal, Matthew

Christianity not founded in argument, observations on it, see Highmore, Joseph

Christine, reine de Suede, see Mémoires concernants Christine

Christopherson, John, bp., ed.,

Historiæ ecclesiasticæ scriptores græci, A17

Christ’s loveliness and glory . . . considered in twelve sermons . . . preached at Mr Coward’s lecture <Sermons preach’d at Coward’s lecturer> A123

*Chroniche antiche d’lnghilterra [n.d.], A72

Chronicon variorum authorum, A10

Chroniques des empereurs (lacks titlepage; [Paris? not before 1610]), C354

Chrysostom, Joannes, St., see John, Chrysostom, St.

Chubb, Thomas, C162, 270–1

Comparative excellence . . . of moral and positive duties <Morality. Comparative excellence>, C317

Letter to the author of the short and faithful account, see L . . . le, J.

Short and faithful account of the life of Thomas Chubb < . . . of his life>, C207, 271

Supremacy of the Father vindicated <Arianism. Remarks on the above>, C256

Church, Benjamin, C214

Church, Henry, A72

Church, Thomas, C162

Church.

Anatomy, or a representation of the present constitution of the church of England, see Church-anatomy

Animadversions concerning complaints and grievances, see Turner, Francis

Annotations on the animadversions, see Marvell, Andrew

Answer to [the examination of the scheme of church power], see Andrews, John

Church of England a vindication of by a layman, see Defoe, Daniel

Church of England’s apology for the principles of dissenters, C271

Claims of church authority considered . . . by a layman, C211

Complaints concerning corruptions and grievances in church government, see Croft, Herbert, bp.

Constitutions and canons, see Church of England

Defence of the rights of the xian chh., see Tindal, Matthew

Divine right of church government, C211

Eccl[esiastical] jurisdict[ion] as it is this day practised, see Bohun, William

Examin[ation] of the scheme of church power, see Foster, Sir Michael

External peace of the church, see Sykcs, Arthur Ashley

First and second books of discipline, see Church of Scotland

Four discourses, see Tindal, Matthew

Letter to the Rev. Dr. Moss in behalf of the rights, see Tindal, Matthew

Lex talionis, see Fell, Philip

M. le Clerc’s judgment of the rights of the Christian church, see Leclerc, Jean

Modest proof of the order and government, see Checkley, John

Reasons for uniting the church and dissenters, C271

Second defence of the rights, see Tindal, Matthew

Serious and free thoughts on the present state, see Towgood, Micaijah

Sober remarks on the above [modest proof], see Wigglesworth, Edward

State of the ecclesiastical courts, see Bohun, William

Treatise on the nature and constitution, see Stevens, William

Two papers on proposals, see Baxter, Richard

Vind[ication] of the appendix to the sober remarks, see Foxcroft, Thomas

Church-anatomy: or a representation of the present constitution of the church of England <Church. Anatomy>, C211

Church government, the divine right of asserted, see Divine right of church government asserted

Church, its safety under the present administration, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley, Safety of the church

Church of England, Book of Common Prayer: German, A77 <Englishe liturgie, oder das Allemaine Bebeth. Buch>, A77; Irish, C163; Latin <Liturgia, seu Liber Precum Communum>, C179; Mohawk <Indian>, C163

Collection of articles, injunctions, canons, C78; see also Johnson, John

Constitutions and canons, A101 (MS.); C211; see also Lyndewode, William, bp.

Form of prayer for a fast (1756, 1757) <Prayer, form of>, C324

Forms of prayer composed on account of the rebellion <Prayer, forms of>, C324

Various [undifferentiated] tracts, C211.

——. Commissioners for review of the Book of Common Prayer. Account of the proceedings <Liturgy. Account of the proceedings>, C308

——. Society for the promotion of Christian knowledge, see Society for the promotion of Christian knowledge

Church of England, its religion the surest establishment of the royal throne, see Religion of the Church of England the surest establishment

Church of England, power lodged in the civil magistrate, see Towgood, Micaijah, Church-power

Church of England’s apology for the principles of dissenters, C271

Church of Ireland. Articles of religion, C211; Petition of the Lord Primate, C225

Church of Rome, see Catholic church

Church of Scotland. Book of common prayer, A8 <Common prayer book>; C163 <Common prayer and administration of the sacrament>

Confession ofjaith, C276

Confession of the kirk, C276

Solemn acknowledgment of public sins, C276

Solemn league and covenant, C276

——. General assembly.

Answer to the reasons of dissent, C255

Answers to the dissent from a resolution <Dissent. Answer to the dissent>, C280

First and second books of discipline

<Church. First and second books>, C211 Scheme for providing an annual annuity for minister’s widows <Minister’s widows, scheme>, C227

Church-power lodged in the civil magistrate, see Towgood, Micaijah

*Church, state of (titulo caret) [n.d.], C65

Churchill, Awnsham, B9; C73

Churchill, Charles, C141

Churchill, John, B9; C73

Chytræus, David, A72; C65, 162

Cibber, Colley, C26, 108, 131, 221

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, A11, 96, 118–9; B9, 12 (under Gordon); C13

Dispositio orationis quam pro Archia poeta Cicero habuit, A76

Lælius, a discourse of friendship (1691, i.e. 1609) <Discourse of friendship>, A76

Cippi Hebraici sive Hebræorum monumenta, see Uri ben Simeon

Citizen of London, pseud., Serious expostulation with the right reverend the bishop of London <Expostulation with the bishop>, C222

Citizen’s companion, or tradesman’s mirrour, C108

City of God, or kingdom of Christ <City of God, or a comment on the 20th & 21st chap. of Revelation>, A72

City law: or customes, franchises, &c., C79

Civil power in things sacred, a new essay upon, see Watts, Isaac

Clacius, Joan., see Clajus, Johann

Claggett, John, Divinity of the son of God defended <Arianism defended>, C256

Clagett, Nicholas, bp. <Clagget>, C271

Clagett, William <Clagget>, C162, 271

Claims of church authority considered <Church. Claims>, C211

Claius, see Clay

Clajus, Johann <Clacius>, A74

Clamor regis sanguinis ad cœlum, see Vlacq, Adrian

Clap, Roger, Memoirs, see Prince, Thomas

Clap, Thomas, C46, 214

Clara, Franc. a S., see Davenport, Christopher

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st earl of, A10, 74–5; B9; C26, 55, 145

Clark, see also Clarke

Clark, Gilbert, C90

Clark, John, C97

Clark, Peter, C162, 271

Clark, Samuel, C38, 162

Clarke, Alured, C272

Clarke, Edward, C108

Clarke, John <Clark>, A119; B9; C108, 272

Clarke, Joseph, C233

Clarke, Matthew <Clark>, A120; C272

Clarke, Samuel, A11, 43, 75, 109, 116, 119–20; B9, 22 (under Rohault); C162–3, 272

Apology for Dr. Clarke, see Jackson, John

Collection of queries, see Jackson, John

Defence of the above [answer to the remarks upon Dr. Clarke], C272

Letter to the author of the doctrine of the trinity <Trinity, tracts relating to it>, C345

Practical divinity of papists, A56

Scripture doctrine of the trinity <Trinity, tracts relating to it>, C344

Clarke, Thomas, Pope’s deadly wound <T. C. Of the Pope’s deadly wound>, A72

Clarke, William, C129

Clarkson, David, A11, 101; C163, 221; Practical divinity of the papists destructive to Christianity, A56

Clarkson, Thomas, C221

Clauberg, Johann <Claubergius>, C356

Claude, Jean <Claudianus>, C65, 163;

Plaintes des protestans <Protestans, leur plaintes>, C121

Claudian <Claudianus>, C14

Claudius, Nicolai, see Gassendi

Clavière, Étienne, C146

Clavius, Christopher, A42

Clay, Robert <Claius>, A11

Clayton, Humfrey, C272

Clayton, Robert, bp., B9; C34, 163, 272–3

Cleaver, Robert, Godly form of household government, C171

Cleland, Archibald, Appeal to the publick < . . .public>, C219

Cleland, John, C108

Additional articles to the specimen of a plan <Celtic. Additional articles to the same>, C135

Specimen of an etymological vocabulary <Celtic. Specimen>, C135

View of a literary plan for the retrieval of the ancient Celtic <Celtic. View ofaplan>, C235

Way to things by words <Celtic. Way to things>, C135

Clemangiis, Matthew Nicholas de, A41

Clemens Alexandrinus, A9, 114 (under Potter); C44

Clement I, pope, St. <Clemens Romanus>, see Catholic church.

Pope Clement I

Clement, David, C108

Clementinus, Clementius <Amerinus>, C96

Clenardus, see Cleynærts, Nicolas

Cleonides <Cleonidas>, C109

Clerc, see Leclerc, Daniel, and Leclerc, Jean

Clergy-man of the Country, pseud., Blasphemia detestanda, or a caution against Arius <Arianism. Caution against the diabolism of it>, C256

Clericus, Johan., see Leclerc, Jean

Clerk, Sir John, Dissertatio de stylis veterum, C208

Clermont, Catalogue . . ., see Jesuits.

Collège de Clermont

Cleynærts, Nicolas, A42

Clifford, Martin, C93, 233

Clifford, Samuel, C273

Clinton, Sir Henry, Narrative of Lieutenant-general Sir Henry Clinton <Narrative relative to his conduct>, C245

Clipsham, Robert, C221

Clodius, Johann Christoph, C272

Cloppenberch, Johannes <Cloppenbergius>, C163

Cloud of witnesses, see Mall, Thomas

Cluverius, Philipp, C48

Cluverus, Joannes <Cluwer>, A9; C34

Coade, George, C109

Cobbet, Thomas, A73

Cocceius, Johannes, A10, 41, 73, 108; C39

Cocchi, Antonio <Cocchius; Coccius>, A10; C97

Coccius, Jodocus, A8

Cockburn, Catherine <Cockburne>, B9; C109

Cockburn, John <Cockburne>, C214, 273

Cockburn, Patrick <Cockburne>, C109

Cockburn, William <Cockburne>, C97

Cocker, Edward, C79

Cockeram, Henry, A74

Cockman, Thomas, C273

Cocks, Sir Richard, Sir R—d C-ks his farewell sermon <Christian religion was not introduced by power>, C269

Cocquetius, Hyacinth, see Choquet, François Hyacinth

Cocquius, Adrianus <Cocquius, And.>, A43

Cocus, Robertus, A41

Code Frédéric, see Prussia, Laws, etc.

Codex Justiniani, see Justinian

Codex Theodosianus, see Theodosius II, Byzantine emperor

Cognet, Sir Martin, see Coignet, Matthieu

Cœffeteau, Nicholas, bp., A10

Cœlius Calcagnini, see Calcagnini, Celio

Coetlogon, Dennis de, C9

Cohausen, Johann Heinrich, Hermippus redivivus, B14; C109

Coignet, Matthieu <Cognet>, A42

Coimbra, Portugal. Colégio das artes, see Colégio das artes, Coimbra, Portugal

Coin.

Considerations about the raising of coin, see Locke, John

Further considerations concerning raising the value of money, see Locke, John

Review of the universal remedy, C209

Coke, Sir Edward, A11; C79

Coke, Roger, C55

Colbatch, John <Colbach>, C109, 221

Colbert, Jean Baptiste, marquis de Torci <Torcy>, B25; C63

Colby, Samuel, C273

Colden, Cadwalader, B9; C55

Cole, Nathanael, A40

Cole, Thomas, C163

Colégio das artes, Coimbra, Portugal, Commentarii . . . in tres libros De anima <Collegii Conimbricens.; Conimbricensis soc. Jesu>, A42; C109

Coleman, Benjamin, see Colman

Coligny, Gaspard <Colinius>, C26

Collection of articles, injunctions, canons . . ., see Church of England. Collection . . .

Collection of cases, and other discourses to recover dissenters, A43; C160 <Cases, coll. of>

Collection of letters in which the imperfection of learning <Celtic. Collection of papers on the imperfection of learning>, C235

Collection of papers . . . concerning the massacres in Piedmont <Piedmont. Collection of papers>, C148

Collection of papers, on the imperfection of learning, see Collection of letters in which the imperfection of learning

Collection of several papers relating to the application made to Parliament, C338

Collection of the most interesting letters which have appeared in the newspapers, see Select collection of the most interesting letters

College of physicians, impartial inquiry into their legal consitutions, see London. Royal college of physicians

Collegii Conimbricens. comment., see Colégio das artes, Coimbra, Portugal

Collegium quartum disputat. theologic. in Academia Ludg. [sic] Batv., see Leyden. University

Collett, Samuel, Christians rule of love . . . in a discourse of the duty of love <Love, the Christian’s rule>, C309; Paraphrase on Matthew v, vi, and vii <Matthew, St. Paraphrase>, C314

Colliber, Samuel, C163

Collier, Jeremy, A11; C109

Collinges, John <Colling>, A41; C163; Reasonable account <Nonconformist ministers in England>, C183

Collins, Anthony, C32, 93, 109, 163, 233, 273

Discourse concerning ridicule and irony <Ridicule and irony in writing, a discourse>, C230

Essay concerning the use of reason <Reason. Essay concerning the use; Reason, essay concerning its use>, C95, 234

Historical and critical essay on the 39 articles <Essay historical and criticab>, C168

Some of the glories of Our Lord . . . Jesus Christ <Sacramental discourses>, A120

Collins, Arthur, C146

Colloquia gallico latina, see Cordier, Maturin

Colloquium Wormachiense ad dirimendas controvers. ecclesiastic., see Worms

Colman, Benjamin <Coleman>, A74–5, 101 (under Monis, Judah), 120; B9; C163, 216, 273–5, 277 (under Cooper); see also Turell, Ebenezer Colman, George, C20 (under Terentius), 131

Colnett, William <Colnet>, C275

Colom, Jacob Ærtsz <Columne>, A11; Lighting columne, A21

Colomies, Paul, Bibliothèque choisie, C87

Colon, Joseph, She’elot u-teshuvot <Sepher sheaeloth uthshuboth?>, A60

Colonies, northern, essay on their trade, see Essay on the trade of the northern colonies

Colonna, Egidio, abp. <Ægidius Romanus>, A91

Colson, Nathaniel, C90

Columella, L. Junius Moderatus, C1

Comber, Thomas, A116; C65, 163

Comedie, les vapeurs and Comedie, le temple deparesse, see Lefort de la Mormière, Adrien Claude

Comenius, Johann Amos <Komensky, Jan Amos>, A74; C51, 65, 109, 135, 138, 149

General table of Europe <Europe, general table of it>, C56

Historia persecutionum ecclesiæ Bohemicæ, A81

Lux e tenebris noviis radiis aucta, A50

Porta linguarum trilinguis, tr. John Anchoran, A67

Comerus, Christoph., see Cornerus, Christophorus

Comes, Natalis <Comitis>, see Conti, Natale

Comine, see Commines

Commæus, see Commines

Commelinus, Hieronymus, ed., Rerum Britannicarum scriptores <Britannicarum rerum>, A6

Commentaries concerning religion, see Serres, Jean de

Commentarius de asse et ejus partibus, see Ward, John

Commentarius in Epistolam ad Hebræos (1634), see Szlichting de Bucowiets, Jonas

*Commentary on the Pentateuch . . . [Hebrew], C132

Commines, Philip de <Comine; Commæus>, A41, 74; C55

Committee for cloathing French prisoners of war, Proceedings <French prisoners of war, proceedings of the committee>, C223

Committee of secrecy, supplement to its reports, see Supplement to the reports of the committee of secrecy

Common prayer, see Church of England, Book of Common Prayer

Common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, see Church of Scotland

Common prayer book and ceremonies, old nonconformist’s discourse, see Old nonconformist, touching the book of common prayer

Common prayer book no divine service, see Common prayer book unmasked

Common prayer book of the Church of Scotland, see Church of Scotland

Common prayer book, queries relating to it, see Wollaston, Francis

Common prayer book unmasked <Common prayer book no divine services>, C275

Common sense: or the Englishman’s journal, C109

Common-place book to the Holy Bible, see Locke, John

Communion primitive, essay towards restoring, see Essay towards restoring primitive communion

Compendium, English, and Irish, and Scots, see Nichols, Francis

Compleat account of the Portugueze language, C203 <Dictionarium. Compleat account>, 204 <Portugueze dictionary>

Compleat dictionary of arts and sciences, see Society of Gentlemen

Compleat history of England, see Kennett, White, bp.

Compleat history of French invasions <France. Compleat history of French invasions>, C246

Compleat history of the piratical states of Barbary <Barbary, history of its piratical states>, C54

Compleat history of the Turks, see Jones, David

Compleat parish officer, see Jacob, Giles

Compton, Thomas, A73

Comyns, Sir John, Reports, see Great Britain. Courts

Conæus, Geo., see Conn, George

Conant, Sylvanus, C275

Conchyliologie. Histoire naturelle . . ., see Dézather d’ Argenville, Antoine Joseph

Concilij Florentini exactissima narratio, see Council of Florence (1438–1455)

Conciliorum a temporibus apostolorum, see Catholic church. Concilia Omnia

Conciones et orationes ex historicis

Latinis excerptæ <Orationes ex historicis . . .>, A88

Conclavi de pontifici romani, see Leti, Gregorio

Concordantiæ Bibliorum, see Estienne, Robert

Concordantiæ Græco-Latinæ Nov. Testament., see Estienne, Henri

Concordantiæ Hebraicæ, see Calasio, Mario di

Concordantiæ vtrivsque Testamenti Veteris et Novi <Concordantiæ Latinæ>, A8

Condamine, Charles Marie de la, B9; C74, 90, 138

Condillac, Stéphane Bonnot de, B9; C93

Condorcet, Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, marquis de, Vie de M. Turgot <Turgot, M., Vie de>, C30

Conduct of the Rockingham administration examined, see Letters of an Englishman

Conen, George, C275

Conference, a pleasing one, between a Popish recusant and a Protestant maid, see S., J.

Conference held at St. George’s (1752; Evans 7025), C214 (under Eastern Indians)

Conference of his excellency Jonathan Belcher (1732; Evans 3554) <Gov. Dummer’s conference with the chiefs, C214 (under Eastern Indians)

Conference with the eastern Indians (1727; Evans 2285) <Gov. Dummer’s conference with them>, C214 (under Eastern Indians)

Conferences of the virtuosi of France (1664–5), see Académie des sciences, Paris

Confessio fidei, exhibito Carolo V, see Charles V, emperor

Confessio illustrissimi principis ac domini, D. Christophori ducis Wirtenbergensis <Confessio Wirtenbergensis>, A8

Confessio necessaria in fide ecclesiarum protestantium, see Klemmen, Johann Christian

Confessio Wirtenbergensis, see Confessio illustrissimi principis

Confession of faith, owned and consented unto, see Boston. Synod (1679–1680)

Confession of faith, Westminster, see Westminster Assembly of Divines

Confession of faith, Westminster, examined, see Parker, William

Confessional (by Francis Blackburne, q.v.)

Answer to the above [Letters concerning confessions of faith], see Dawson, Benjamin

Answer to the above part 2d, see Dawson, Benjamin

Defence of the doubts, see Townson, Thomas

Dialogue between Isaac Walton and Homologistes, see Townson, Thomas

Doubts concerning the authenticity, see Townson, Thomas

Letters concerning confessions of faith, see Balguy, Thomas

Remarks on the first of the three letters, see Gwatkin, Robert

Remarks on the second and third, see Gwatkin, Robert

Short view of the controversy, see Disney, John

Confessions of faith. Confession of faith, Confession of the kirk, Solemn acknowledgment of public sins, and Solemn league and covenant, see Church of Scotland

Confucius, A120; C46

Confutation of the 5th of Mr. Moore’s propositions, see Jackson, John

Congregational churches (N.E.), see Boston. Synod (1679–1680)

Congress of beasts, a comedy, C221

Conimbricensis soc. Jesu, Coll. commentarii, see Colégio das artes, Coimbra, Portugal

Coninck, Ægidius de <Connick>, A8

Conjugal lewdness, see Defoe, Daniel

Conn, George <Conæus>, C65

Connexion, being choice collections, C146

Connick, Ægidius de, see Coninck, Ægidius de

Conradus, Alfonsus, A72

Conradus, Petrus, C276

Conscience.

Justice and utility of penal laws, see Fell, John, bp.

Plea for the rights of conscience, see Dissenting Protestant, pseud.

Three letters tending to demonstrate, see Penn, William

Conscientious nonconformity to every civil establishment of religion <Nonconformity conscientious: or a vindication>, C319

Consecration sermon at the opening of the new meeting-house in Oxford, see Roby, W.

Consensus in fide et religione Christiana inter ecclesias evangelicas . . . Poloniæ <Consensus Poloniæ>, A72

Consett, Thomas, C65

Consideratio causarum belli . . . in Bohemia exortium <Bohemia. Consideratio>, C106

Considerations about the raising of coin, see Locke, John, Some considerations

Considerations on criminal law, see Dagge, Henry

Considerations on the American stamp act <America. Considerations on the American stamp act>, C241

Considerations on the nature and use of human creeds <Considerations upon>, C278

Constable, John, B9; C149

Constantine, Robert <Constantinus>, C202

Constantius the apostate, see Bennet, John

Constitucyons provinciates; and of Otho and Octobone, see Lyndewode, William, bp.

Constitution &c. of the primitive church, see King, Peter King, lord

Constitutional right of the legislature to tax <America. Constitutional right>, C242

Constitutiones legatinæ regionis Anglicanæ, see Lyndewode, William, bp.

Contarini, Gasparo <Contareno; Contarinus>, A9, 42; C55, 83

Contentment, the art of, see Pulleyn, John

Conti, Natale <Comes, Natalis>, A74

Contrast: or the Rev. Dr. Nowell, public orator, C320 (under Nowell)

Controversia inter Paulum Quintum et Venetos, A73

Controversy between G. Brit. and her colonies reviewed, see Knox, William

Controversy between the churches of England and Rome, 27v. of undifferentiated tracts, C164

Conveyance modern, see Modern conveyancer

Conybeare, John, bp., B10; C164, 276

Cook, James, C74

Cook, William, C276

Cooke, Edward, C74

Cooke, Rob., see Cocus, Robertus

Cooke, Samuel, C276

Cooke, Thomas, B14 (under Hesiodus); C141; Rhapsody on virtue and pleasure <Virtue and pleasure, a rhapsody>, C240

Cooke, William <Cook>, C65, 277

Coope, Richard, C209

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, see Shaftesbury

Cooper, John Gilbert, C26, 109, 141

Cooper, Joseph, A74

Cooper, Samuel, C277

Cooper, Thomas, bp., A10

Cooper, William, C164, 274 (under Colman), 277

Cope, Sir Anthony, A40

Copernicus, Nikolaus, C10

Coppen, Bartholomæus, A41

Coras, Jean de <Coracius>, A11

Corbet, John <Corbett>, A109; C56, 164, 277

Cordier, Maturin, A74; Colloquia gallico latina, C109

Cordubensis, Antonius, see Antonio, de Córdova

Cordus, Valerius, C89

Coriolano, Steph. Long. a, see Longus, Stephanus, a Coriolano

Cork and Ross, bp. of, see Wetenhall, Edward, bp.

Cornaro, Luigi, B10; C109

Corneille, Pierre, C131

Corneille, Thomas, C131

Cornelius, see Lapide, Cornelius à

Cornelius Nepos <Nepos>, A116; C17

Cornerus, Christophorus <Comerus>, A72

Cornewall, Frederick, C277

Corporation & test acts, true churchman’s reasons for abolishing them, see True churchman’s reasons

Corpus juris canonici, see Catholic church. Pope Gregory XIII

Corpus juris civilis, see Justinian

Corry, William, C93

Corvinus, Joannes Arnoldus, A40

Cosin, John, bp., A8; C39

Cosin, Richard, A8

Cosmographiæ introductio, see Apianus, Petrus

Cosri liber <Cotsri>, see Judah, ha-Levi

Costa, Emanuel Mendez de, C36 (under Cronstedt), 221

Costalionis, see Châteillon, Sébastien

Costard, George, B10; C10, 39, 277

Costeker, John Littleton, C221

Cotelier, Jean Baptiste <Cotelerius>, C44, 66

Cotes, Roger, C138

Cotgrave, Randle, A10; C203

Cotton, Clement, C38

Cotton, John, A9, 40, 73–4; C164, 277

Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce, C56, 109, 245

Council of Basel (1432), Ex responsione synodali data Basiliæ . . . M.CD.XXXII <Tractatus de authoritate cujuslibet Concilii generalis> [ed. Simon Vigor], A95

Council of Florence (1438–1445), Concilij Florentini exactissima narratio, A10

Council of Trent (1545–1563), Canones sanct. Apostolorum and Canones et directa, C65

Counter letter to the earl of Hillsborough, see Audi alteram partem

Counterpoison, see Fenner, Dudley

Courcelles, Stephen <Curcellæus>, A9; C165, 356

Course ofconformitie, see Scot, William

Covel, John, C66

Coventry, Henry, Philemon to Hydaspes, C120

Coventry and Lichfield, bp. of, see Morton, Thomas, bp.

Coverdale, Miles, A72; C164

Coward, William, C164, 277

Cowley, Abraham, A11; C141

Cowper, Spencer, C222

Cowper, William, C2

Cox, Michael, abp., C278

Cox, Nicholas, Gentleman’s recreation, C113

Cox, Sir Richard, bart., C56; Proceedings of the House of commons, of Ireland, vindicated <Ireland. Proceedings>, C248

Cox, Thomas, Magna Britannia et Hibernia, antiqua et nova: a new survey of Great Britain <Britain, Great, a new survey of it>, C55

Coxe, William, C74

Crabbe, Pierre, A10

Cracanthorp, see Crakanthorp, Richard

Craddock, Thomas, A9; C141

Cradock, Edward <Craddock>, A72

Cradock, Walter <Craddock>, A40; C164

Cragie, Thomas, see Craig, Sir Thomas

Craig, John, A43

Craig, Sir Thomas <Cragie>, A74; C83

Crakanthorp, Richard <Cracanthorpe>, A8, 78

Cramer, Daniel, A41, 73

Cramer, Martin Friedrich <Cramerus, Mart. Frid.>, C208

Crandon, John, A40

Cranmer, Thomas, abp., A72; C164

Crantz, Albrecht, A73

Crantz, David, B10; C56, 66

Crasso, Lorenzo, C26

Creech, Thomas, A120

Creeds.

Considerations upon the nature and use of human creeds, see Considerations on the nature and use of human creeds Unreasonableness of making and imposing creeds, C278

Crell, Johann <Crellius>, A40, 72

Crespin, Jean <Crispinus>, C66

Crevier, Jean Baptiste Louis, B10

Crinesius, Christopher, A42

Crisis, or a full defence of the colonists <America. Crisis>, C241

Crisp, Nicolas, Refutation of Sir Crisp Gascoyne’s Address <Gascoyne, Sir Crisp, Refutation of his address>, C357

Crispinus, John, see Crespin, Jean

Criterion, or miracles examined, see Douglas, John, bp.

Critical history of England, see Oldmixon, John

Critical observations on the 6th book of the Æneid <Æneid, critical observations>, C235

Critical review <Review, Critica> (1756–86), C87

Criticorum sacrorum, see Pearson, John, bp., Critici sacri

Critique de l’esprit des loix, see La Roche, Jean Baptiste Louis de, abbé

Crito, or essays on various subjects, B10; C109

Croce, Giulio Cesare, C141

Crocius, Jn., see Crook, John, C164

Crocius, Ludovicus, A72–3, 75

Croft, Herbert, bp., C222; Naked truth (probably = Church. Complaints concerning corruptions and grievances in church government), C211

Crofton, Timothy, Liturgica considerator considered, or a brief view of Dr. Gauden’s considerations <Liturgy. Brief view>, C308

Crofton, Zachary, Serious review of presbyter’s re-ordination <Presbyter’s re-ordination by bishops>, C324

Crompton, Richard, C79

Cromwell, Oliver, Life of, see Kimber, Isaac; Perfect politician, see Fletcher, Henry; World’s mistake in him, see Bethel, Slingsby

Cronichette antiche, see Manni, Domenico Maria

Cronstedt, Axel Frederick, C36

Crook, John <Crocius>, A40, 72–3; C164

Crooke, Samuel, A73

Crosby, Thomas, C66

Crose, J. de la, C66

Cross, Walter, A75

Crosse, William, C19 (under Sallust)

Croswell, Andrew, C278

Crousaz, Jean Pierre de, A120

Crowe, William <Crowæus>. A109

Crowley, Robert, C278

Croxall, Samuel, C278

Croy, Charles de, duc de Crov et d’ Arschot <Charles, de Croy, prince de Chimay>, C245

Croze, J. de la, see Crose, J. de la

Crucius, Jacobus, A74

Cruden, Alexander, C38

Crull, Jodocus, Denmark vindicated (under Molesworth), C59

Crusius, Lewis, B10; C27

Cruso, John, Militarie instructions for the cavalrie <Cavalrie, militarie instructions for>, C108

Cruso, Timothy, C164, 278

Cry from the desert, see Maximilian, François

Cudworth, Ralph, A10; B10; C46, 93, 164; Discourse concerning the true notion of the Lords supper, A77

Cuffe, Henry, C109

Cujas, Jacques <Cujacius>, A9, 74

Cullen, William, C36 (under Black), 89, 97

Culloden battle, account of it, see Murray, George, lord

Culpepper, Nicholas, A11, 74; C97

Culverwell, Ezekiel, A72

Culverwell, Nathaniel, A41

Cumberland, Richard, bp., A120; C4, 83, 109, 129; Letter to the bishop of Oxford <Oxford, Bp. of, letter to him>, C228

Cuming, Patrick, C278

Cumming, Alexander, C278

Cumming, John, C164, 278

Cummings, Archibald, C278

Cunæus, Petrus, A73

Cunningham, Thomas, C79

Cuperus, Gisb., see Cuvpers, Gisbert

Curcellæus, see Courcelles, Stephen

Curiel, Joannes Alphonso, A9

Curtius, see Rufus, Quintus Curtius

Cusa, Nicolaus de, <Cusanus>, A10, 72; C109

Cushing, Jacob, C278

Customs. Report of the committee, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Cutler, Timothy, C278

Cuypers, Gisbert <Cuperus>, C4

Cyprian, St., bp. of Carthage, A8, 104; C44

Cyril, St., bp. of Alexandria, A9

Cyril, St., bp. of Jerusalem <Cyrillus, S.>, A9; C44, 358

D

D. T. V. Y., le sieur, Estats, empires, royaumes &c. du monde, A13

Dachs, Fridericus Bernhardus, Mesekhet sukkah me-Talmud Bavli <De tabernaculorum festo; Talmudis Babylonici codex succa>, C69, 133

Dacier, Anne Lefèvre, C20 (under Terentius)

Dafforne, Richard, C37

Dagge, Henry, Considerations on criminal law, C83

Daillé, Jean <Dallæus>, A44, 75–6; B10; C44, 165

Dairval, see Baudelot de Dairval

Dale, Antonius van <Vandale>, C8, 39

Dale, Samuel, C89

Dale, Thomas, C98 (and under Freind), 99 (under Freind), 100 (under Lommius)

Dalembert, Jean le Rond <Alembert; Rond>, C104, 123; Lettre sur les aveugles, B6 <Aveugleslettre sur les>; C123

Dallæus, Joannes, see Daillé, Jean

Dalla Corte, Girolamo <Girolamo, Sig.>, C57

Dallington, Sir Robert <Guicciardini, Lip. de>, C113

Dalrymple, Alexander, C74

Dalrymple, Sir David, see Hailes, Sir David Dalrymple, lord

Dalrymple, Gilbert, C278

Dalrymple, John, C83

Dalrymple, William, C74

Dalton, John, C278

Dalton, Michael, A12; C79

Damascenus, Johannes, A12; C358 (under Cyrillus)

Damianus, Jacobus, A104

Dampier, William, B10; C74

Dana, James, C278

Danæus, see Daneau

Dandini, Jerome, A12

Daneau, Lambert <Danæus>, A12, 75–6; C165; Oratio Dominicæ explicatio <Dominicæ precationis explicatio>, A76

Danet, Pierre, B10; C4, 203

Danforth, Samuel, C278

Danger of Great Britain and Ireland becoming provinces of France <Britain, great, and Ireland, danger>, C220

Daniel, Richard <Daniel, Father>, B10; C33

Daniel, Samuel <Danyel>, A12

Danish missionaries, account of their success, see Ziegenbalg, Bartholomæus

Danson, Thomas, C279; Quakers folly made manifest <Norton & Danson against the Quakers, A88

Danverian history of the affairs of Europe, see Amhurst, Nicholas

Danvers, Caleb <D’Anvers>, C110, 245–6; Observations on the writing of The craftsman, see Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, viscount, Letter to Caleb d’Anvers, Esq.

D’Anvers, Henry, A75–6

Danvers, Knightley, C79

Danyel, Samuel, see Daniel

Danz, Johann Andreas <Danzius>, C235

Darcie, Abraham <Darcie, Andrew>, tr., see Camden, William

Dares of Phrygia, C14, 142 (under Iscanus)

Darnay, M., see Arnay, M. d’

Dartis, Joan., see Artis, Jean d’

D’arvieux, M., see Arvieux, Laurence d’

Daser, Ludwig Hercule <Daserus>, C279

Dassell, Hardewigus a <Dassel>, A44

Daubuz, Charles, C165

Davanzati Bostichi, Bernardo, C110

Davenant, John, bp., A12, 76, 104; C165

Davenant, Sir William, C110, 222

Davenport, Francis <Clara, Franc. a S.>, A43, 73

David and his old translators cleared, see Holy David and his old English translators clear’d

David ben Aryeh Loeb, Helek avanim <Book of the smooth stones>, C132

Davies, John, C203

Davies, Samuel <Davies, Presidents>, B10; C165, 279

Davila, Enrico Caterino, B10; C56

Davis, Hugh, C78

Davison, William <D’Avisson>, C83

Dawbeny, Henry, Historie and policie reviewed, C114

Dawes, Sir William, bp., C279

Dawson, Benjamin, C165, 279; Answer to a book entituled, Letters concerning confessions of faith <Confessional. Answer to the above and Answer to the above part 2d>, C275

Dawson, Joannes, C203

Daye, James, C279

Dayoz, Stephen, De politia civilis et ecclesiastica, A65. See also Justinian.

Dean, Richard, C165

Dean of Worcester’s Latin sermon . . . examin’d and compar’d <Hare, Francis, Concio ad clerum examined and compared>, C296

Dease, William, C217

Death-bed repentance, its danger, see Hammond, Henry

De authoritate Scripturæ, see Lopez, Dominique

Debates &c. of the House of Commons, see Great Britain. Parliament.

House of Commons

Debates &c. of the House of Lords, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

De Blois, François Louis <Blosius>, A5

Debonnaire, Louis, see Bonnaire, Louis de

Declaration of ecclesiastical discipline (1564, i.e. 1574), see Travers, Walter, Full and plaine declaration

De concursu Dei et creaturæ disputatio see Dole, Louis de

Decree, in the court of Starre chamber, see Great Britain. Courts

Decretals, see Catholic church. Pope Gregory XIII, Corpus juris canonici

De Dieu, Ludov., see Dieu, Lodowyck de

De Dominis, see Dominis, Marco Antonio de, abp.

Deductio, vel declaratio., see Netherlands (United Provinces, 1581–1795), Staten general

Defection considered, see Tindal, Matthew

Defence and continuation of the discourse, see E., R.

Defence of certain queries relating to the doctrine of the trinity <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Defense . . .>, C345

Defence of Dr. Cockburn <Burnet, Gilbert. Defence of J. Cockburne>, C213

Defence of ecclesiastical discipline, see Travers, Walter

Defence of the fellows and rector of Exeter college <Exeter college, defence>, C223

Defence of the old-stile, or Julian account of time <Stile old, or Julian account>, C216

Defence of the remarks on the above [Samuel Clarke, Scripture catechism], see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Defence of the resolutions and address of the American colonies, C243

Defence of the warden of Winchester college, see Golding, Christopher

Defoe, Daniel, <Foe, Daniel de>, C112, 238, 246

Argument proving the design of employing . . . foreigners <Foreigners, argum. against employing>, C223

Conduct of parties in England <Allies. Conduct of our allies>, C240

Conjugal lewdness, or matrimonial whoredom, A100

Dictionarium sacrum sen religiosum; a dictionary of all religions, A120

Essay upon literature, C235

Layman’s vindication on the church of England <Church. of England a vindication of by a layman>, C271

Memoirs of the life of Daniel Williams, C207 (under Williams)

Plan of English commerce <Plan of the English commerce>, C38

Present state of parties in Great Britain <Britain, Great, state of parties in>, C107

Reasons for impeaching the L—d h—t—r <Reasons for im———>, C230

Reflections on the prohibition act <Prohibition act, reflections on it>, C210

Dei causa contra novatores, see Haynes, Hopton

Deism.

Its growth in England, see Stephens, William

Second letter to a deist, see Balguy, John

Summary of the deist’s religion, see Blount, Charles

Delamer, Henry Booth, baron, C110

Delany, Patrick, B10; C165, 279

Delaune, Thomas, C56, 165

Deleboë, see Boë, Franciscus de le

Delherrus, Joan. Mich., see Dilherr, Johan Michael

Della Casa, Giovanni, Galatée, A74

Delmé, Philippe, Healing and heart-reviving letter to a godly Christian <Letter to a goodly christian>, C279

Delpino, see Giral del Pino, Hipólito San José

Delrio, Martin Anton <Delrius>, A43–4, 76

Deluc, Jean André, C117

Delusion of Christians relating to prophecy, see Lacy, John

Demoniacs, enquiry into the meaning of, and Further enquiry, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Demosthenes, A12, A114; B10, 24 (under Taylor, Joseph); C14

Dempster, Thomas, C4

Denham, Sir James Steuart <Steuart, Sir James>, C148

Denham, Sir John, C141, 356

Denham, Joseph, C279

Denison, John, A75

Denmark, an account of, see Molesworth, Robert Molesworth, 1st viscount

Denmark vindicated, see Crull, Jodocus

Denne, John, C280

Dent, Arthur, C165

Dent, Giles, C280

D’Éon, see Éon de Beaumont, Charles d’

Deplorable state of New England <New England’s deplorable state>, C358

Derham, Thomas, C79

Derham, William, A77, 110, 120; B10; C10, 138

Dering, Edward, A43

Derry, bp. of, see Rundle, Thomas, bp.

Desaguliers, John Theophilus, B10; C101 (under Pitcairn), 138

Desainliens, Claude <Hollyband>, A49, 82

Descartes, Rene <Cartes; Cartesius>, A42–3; C2, 50, 93, 108, 128, 137–8

Description of making tar in Sweden <Tar, description of making>, C232

Descriptions des arts et métiers, C9

Designs of the minister anatomiz’d <Minister’s designs anatomized>, C249

De singolari primatu Petri, see Wiedeburg, Basilius Caspar

Deslandes, André François Boureau, C110

Desmarets, Samuel <Maresius>, A52, 85; C180, 311

De Soldanis, G. P. F. Agius, see Agio de Soldanis, Pietro Francesco

Despagne, James, C165

Desroches de Parthenay, Jean Baptiste <Parthenay, abbé de>, B20; C60

Desvœux, Vinchon <Desvœux, A. V.>, C39

De tabernaculorum festo, see Dachs, Fridericus Bernhardus

Detection of the whole management of the South sea company <South sea company. Detection of its whole management>, C210

De Ton, François <Tott>, C63, 76

Devarius, Matthæus, C135

De Verger, see Du Vergier de Haurenne

Devon and Dorset, certain information from there, see M., T.

Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, Halle, Miscellanea curiosa (1670–90) <Germanica academia. Miscellanea curiosa>, A53–4; C150

Devotion, Ebenezer, C280

Dewes, Sir Symonds, C146

DeWitt, Jan, C146

Deyron, Jacques, C4

Deza, Diego de, abp., A12

Dézather d’Argenville, Antoine Joseph, Histoire naturelle dans une de ses parties principals <Conchyliologie>, C71

D’Huisseau, see Huisseau

Dialling performed instrumentally, see Oughtred, William

Dialoges [sic] in English, see St. Germain, Christopher

Dialogue between a country gentleman and an honest alderman, see Fielding, Henry

Dialogues divine, see More, Henry

Dialogues of the dead, see Prior, Matthew

Diccionario de la lengua castellana, see Academia española, Madrid

Dick, Robert, C280

Dickinson, John <Dickenson>, C146, 246, 280

Late regulations respecting the colonies considered <America. Late regulations>, C241

Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania <Farmer of Pennsylvania’s letters; Farmer’s letters>, B11; C1, 146–7

Dickinson, Jonathan, C165, 280

Dickson, David <Dicsonus>, A76–7, 108; C165

Dictionaire françois-latin (1573), A12

Dictionarium.

Compleat account, see Compleat account of the Portugueze language

Diccionario de la lengua castellana, see Academia española, Madrid

Racines hebraiques sans points-voyelles, see Houbigant, Charles François

Dictionarium græco-latinum, see Estienne, Henri

Dictionarium historicum et poeticum, C110

Dictionary of all religions, see Defoe, Daniel

Dictys Cretensis, A116; B10; C14, 142 (under Iscanus)

Diemersbroeck, Isbrandus de <Isbrandus, D. Diem>, C2

Dies dominiea, sive succincta narratio, see Young, Thomas

Diest, Heinrich von, C165

Dieu, Lodowyck de <De Dieu>, A43; C51

Digby, Everard, A44

Digby, John, B10; C36

Digby, Sir Kenelm, A44, 76; C93, 110

Digestum novum, see Justinian

Dilherr, Johan Michael <Delherrus; Dilherius>, A76; C40

Dillenius, John James, C31

Dillon, John Talbot, C74

Dimsdale, Thomas, C98

Dinothus, Richardus, A44

Dio Cassius <Dionis Casius; Dion Cassius>, B10; C14

Diocesan bishops, historical and rational enquiry into the necessity, see Platts, John

Diodati, Giovanni, A44; C165

Diodorus Siculus, A12; C14

Diogenes Laertius <Laertius>, B10; C28

Dion Cassius or Dionis Cassius, see Dio Cassius

Dionysius Areopagiticus, A12

Dionysius Halicarnassus, B10; C14

Diophantus <Diophantes>, A12; C90

Dioscorides, A12; C14, 89

Directions concerning inoculation for smallpox <Innoculation, directions concerning>, C357

*Direttore delle religiose (1642), A76

Disceptatio inter S. Wardum et To. Gatakerum, see Ward, Samuel, of Ipswich

Discipuli sermones de tempore & de sanctis, see Tauler, Johannes

Discourse against symbolizing with Antichrist in ceremonies, see Parker, Robert

Discourse concerning [Christ’s] priesthood, see Moor, William

Discourse concerning Puritans, see Ley, John

Discourse concerning the period of human life, see Allestree, Richard

Discourse concerning the true notion of the Lords supper, see Cudworth, Ralph

Discourse concerning virtue and relgion, see Glover, Philip

Discourse of ecclesiastical government, see Fulke, William

Discourse of friendship (1691, i.e. 1609), see Cicero

Discourse of religion natural and revealed, see Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1st viscount

Discourse of the natural excellencies of England <England, a discourse>, C110

Discourse of the primitive government of churches, see Thorndike, Herbert

Discourse on government and religion <January 30th, discourse>, C225

Discourse on the progressive knowledge of the future state <Future state, disc, on the progressive knowledge of it>, C170

Discourse on the wickedness and danger of fomenting divisions in the state, C280

Discourse on various subjects, C83

Dismal consequences of delighting in war <Fast sermon on the 16th of January>, C285

Disney, Daniel, A110

Disney, John, C115 (under Jebb), 166, 280, 354; Short view of the controversies occasioned by The confessional <Confessional. Short view of the controversy>, C276

Dispauterius, see Pauteren, Jan van

Dispensatory, new, see New dispensatory

Dispositio orationis quam pro Archia poeta Cicero habuit, see Cicero

Disputatio advers[us] Andream Volanum de natura Christi, see Socinus, Faustus Paulus

Disputatio de Christi satisfactione, see Gittichius, Michael

Disput[atio] inter Faust[um] Socinum et Franken. de adoratione Christi, see Socinus, Faustus Paulus

Disputationes theologicæ in Academ.

Ludg. [sic] Batv. præsid. Gomaro, see Gomar, Franz

Dispute against English popish ceremonies, see Gillespie, George

Disquisitiones politicæ, A76

Dissent. Answer to the dissent, see Church of Scotland. General assembly

Dissent from a resolution of the general assembly, see Reasons of dissent

Dissenters.

Calm and plain answer, see Towgood, Micaijah

Humble address to the Protestant dissenters, see Lover of truth, pseud.

Interest of England respecting them, see Tenison, Thomas, abp.

Opposition opposed, C280

Persuasive to moderation, see Penn, William

Protestant, their rights, see Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1st viscount, Rights of Protestant dissenters

Two letters to a rev. prelate, see Radcliff, Ebenezer

Vindication of their principles and practices, see Bourne, Samuel

Dissenting brethren, their reasons against Presbyterian government, see Reasons of the dissenting brethren against the third proposition, A43

Dissenting Protestant, pseud., Letter to a gentleman, containing a plea for the rights of conscience <Conscience. Plea for the rights>, C276

Dissertatio de clypeo Camilli antiquo, see Ainsworth, Robert

Dissertatio de stylis veterum, see Clerk, Sir John

Dissert[atio] theol. reflenda opiniones, see Steinecker, Justus von

Dissertation on the account given by Josephus <Christ. Dissertation>, see Forster, Nathaniel

Dissertationum ludicrarum et amænitatum scriptores varii, C110

Dissertations four, on the reciprocal advantages, see Four dissertations

Dithmarsus, Christian Matthias, C46

Ditton, Humphrey, A77; B10; C138, 166

Diurnal of sea designs, see H., W.

Diurnall occurrences in Parliament, A56

Divina settimana, see Saluste du Bartas, Guillaume

Divine history of the genesis of the world <History of the genesis of the world>, A49

Divine right of church-government asserted, A43; C162 <Church-government, the divine right of, asserted>, 211 <Church. Divine right>

Divine right of gospel ministry <Gospel ministry, divine right of it>, C171

Divorce. Œconomy of the sexes, or the doctrine of divorce, see Fleming, Caleb

Dobbs, Arthur, B10; C74

Docie, see Dossie, Robert

Dr. Williams’s Library, London, see Williams, Daniel

Doctrina antiqua de natura animæ, see La Haye, Carolus de

Doctrine of the blessed trinity stated <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Doctrine of the blessed trinity>, C344

Dod, John, A43

Dodd, William, B8 (under Callimachus); C141, 166

Doddridge, John, C80

Doddridge, Philip, B10; C141, 166, 238, 281; Life of, see Orton, Job; Poem sacred to his memory, see Moore, Henry

Dodgson, see Dodson, Joseph

Dodsley, Robert, B10; C110, 141

Annual register, B10; C87

Reliques of ancient poetry, see Percy, Thomas, bp.

Dodson, Joseph <Dodgson>, B10; C166

Dodwell, Henry, A120; C4, 45 (under Irenæus), 93–4, 110, 166, 233

Dodwell, William, C166

Dole, Louis de <Dola, Ludov. a>, Disputatio quadripartita <De concursu Dei et creaturæ disputatio>, A44

Domat, Jean, C77

Domenichi, Lodovico, C19 (under Polybius), 110

Dominicæ precationis explanatio, see Daneau, Lambert

Dominicus, Germanus, de Silesia <Germanicus>, C203

Dominis, Marco Antonio de, abp., A12; C66

Donaldson, Alexander, Some thoughts on the state of literary property <Literary property. Thoughts on the state of it>, C226

Donaldson, Walter, A76

Done, John <Donne>, History of the Septuagint, see Aristeas

Donellus, Hugo, A44

Doni, Antonio Francesco, Marmi <Marmi, J.>, C118

Doni, Giovanni Battista <Donius>, C110

Donne, John, A76

Doolittle, Thomas, A104; C166

Dordracena Synodalis, Dordrechtana Synodos, and Dordrechti Synodi nationalis acta, see Dort, Synod of

Dorr, Edward, C281

Dorrington, Theophilus, A76

Dorscheus, Joannes Georgius <Dorscheius>, A44

Dorset, Charles Sackville, 2d duke of <Sackville, C.>, C230

Dort, Synod of. <Dordracena Synodalis; Dordrechtana Synodos; Dordrechti Synodi nationalis acta>, Acta et scripta synodalia Dordracena ministorum Remonstrantium <Acta scripta synodalia Remonstrant.>, A12, 36; C66

Dorville, Jacques Philippe, C4

Dosio, Giovanni Antonio <Dosius>, C33

Dossie, Robert <Docie>, C1, 36, 217

Douazac, [     ], Dissertation sur la subordination, C231

Douespe, see La Doüespe, Samuel de

Doughty, John <Doughtæus>, A76

Doughty, Thomas, C166

Douglas, James, C98

Douglas, John, bp., C222

Bower and Tillemont compared, C220

Criterion, B11; C164

Full confutation of A[rchibald] B[ower]’s three defences <Confutation . . .>, C220

Six letters to Father Sheldon, C220

Douglas, Robert <Dowglasse>, C54, 281

Douglas, Walter <Douglass>, C281

Douglas, William, C357

Dove, John, A43; C222

Dow, Alexander, B11, 15; C56

Dowglasse, see Douglas, Robert, C281

Downame, George, bp., A12, 76; C166

Downame, John, A12, 43; C166; Annotations on all the books [of the Bible] <Annotations (English) on the Bible>, A1; <Annotations on the old & new testament>, C152

Downe John, A108; C167

Downes, Andrew <Dunæus>, Defensio Lysiæ, see Lysias

Downshire, Wills Hill, 1st marquis of, Letter to the earl of Hillsborough on the present situation <Grenada. Letter>, C247; Letters to Lord Hillsborough [on Massachusetts Bay affairs], B14; C147

Doyle and Valine: copies of all the letters, see Camden, Charles Pratt, earl of

Draudius, George, A44

Draxe, Thomas, A76; C110

Dreams and visions, a treatise concerning, see Tryon, Thomas

Drechsel, Jeremias <Drexelius>, A43

Dreghorn, John Maclaurin, lord, Considerations on the nature and origin of literary property <Literary property. Considerations>, C226

Drelincourt, Charles, C167

Dreux, Pieter, C222

Drew, Robert, C281

Drexelius, see Drechsel, Jeremias

Dromore, bp. of, see Maule, Henry, bp.

Drusius, Johannes, A44, 75; C40, 167, 358

Dryden, John, B11; C9, 19 (under Plutarchus), 21 (under Vergilius), 29 (under Plutarch), 141, 240 (under Virgil’s husbandry), 281

Du Bartas, see Saluste du Bartas

Dublin. Incorporated society for promoting English Protestant schools, see Incorporated society in Dublin for promoting English Protestant schools

Dubreuil, Jean, Perspective practique, C355

Du Cambout de Pont Château, Sebastian Joseph, Moral practice of the Jesuites <Jesuits. Moral practice>, C115

Ducange, Charles du Fresne <Fresne>, C203

Ducatius, Timoth., see Le Duchat, Timotheé

Duchal, James <Duchall>, B11; C167

Duck, Stephen, C141

Du Clos, Samuel Cotreau, sieur, Observations on the mineral waters of France, A122

Dudley, Paul, C281

Dudley, Thomas, C214

Duello libro de re, imperatori, principe, see Pozzo, Paride del

Duez, Nathaniel, A76; C203

Duff, William, Essay on original genius <Genius original, an essay on; Genius original, essays on it>, B12; C113

Duffield, George, C281

Dugdale, Sir William, C4, 34, 66

Du Guillet, Pernette, A80

Duhamel, Jean Baptiste <Hamel>, C113

Duhamel du Monceau, Henri Louis, C1

Duke, Richard, C144 (under Roscommon), 167

Dulany, Daniel <Dulaney>, C246

Du Laurens, Andreas <Laurentius>, A84; C2

Dummer, Jeremiah <Dummerus>, A44, 110; C246, 281, 358

Dummer, William, C214

Du Moulin, Louis <Molinæus>, A51, 86; C119; Patronus bonæ fidei in causa puritanorum, C186

Du Moulin, Pierre <Molinæus; Molynæus>, A51, 84–6; C88, 182

Dunæus, And., Defensio Lysiæ, see Lysias

Dunbar, Samuel, C281

Duncan, Andrew, C98, 100 (under Hoffman)

Duncan, John, Address to the rational advocates of the Church of England, C254

Duncan, Robert, B11; C167

Duncan, William, B11; C88

Dunciad, new, see Pope, Alexander

Duncombe, Giles, C80

Duni, Emmanuele, C83

Dunlop, William, B11; C167, 282

Duns Scotus, Joannes, A29, 31, 61

Dunster, Isaiah, C282

Dunton, John, Phœnix, or a revival of scarce and valuable pieces, C120; Young student’s library <Library, young student’s>, A34; C116

Duodecim panegyrici veteres, see Cellarius, Christophopher, ed.

Dupin, Louis Ellies <Du Pin>, A104, 113; B11; C56, 66, 167

Du Pinet, Antoine <Pignet>, A89

Dupleix, Joseph François, marquis, Memoire . . . contre la Compagnie des Indes <Dupliex [sic], le Sieur, Memoire pour lui>, C110

Dupleix, Scipion <Playx; Pleix>, A89–90

Duport, James, A44, 76

Dupréau, Gabriel <Marcossius, Gabr. Pr.>, C67

Duræus, see Durie

Durand de St. Pourcain, Guillaume <Durandus a Sancto Porciano>, A12; C167

Durantis, Gulielmus, bp., Rationale divinorum officiorum, A28

Durell, David, B11; C40

Duresme, Thomas, pseud., see Morton, Thomas, bp.

Duret, Edmé Jean Baptiste <Durette>, C282

Durham, James, A12, 43; C167

Durie, John <Duræus>, A76; C110

Durnford, Thomas, C282

Dutch patriot’s sentiments, see Campbell, John

Dutch reasoner <Dutch reformer>, C246

Dutch reformer, see Dutch reasoned

Dutens, Louis, C110

Duties. Serious considerations on the several high duties, see Becker, Sir Matthew

Du Trieu, Philippus, A96; C88

Dutton, Thomas, Warnings of the eternal spirit to the city of Edinburgh <Warnings to the city of Edinburgh>, C356

Du Vergier de Haurenne, Jean <Vergerus; De Verger>, A63, 85

Dwight, Timothy, C282

Dyer, William, C167

Dyke, Daniel, A43–4; C167

Dyke, Jeremiah, A75; C167

Dyson, Jeremiah, Epistle to the Rev. Mr. Warburton. Occasioned by his treatment <Warburton, Wm., Letter to him occasioned by his treatment>, C232

E

E., H., Sermon suited to the 5th of November, C282

E., R., Defence and continuation of the discourse concerning the period of humane life, A77

Eachard, John, C110, 167

Eachard, Laurence, see Echard, Laurence

Eadmer, A13

Earbery, Matthias, C167; Impartial refections on Dr. Burnet’s posthumous History <Burnet, Gilbert. Impartial refections on his history>, C213; attrib., Letter to Dr. Calamy <Calamy, Edm. Letter to him>, C213

Earle, Jabez, C272 (under Clarke, Matthew), 282

Earthquakes.

Expostulation with the Bp. of London concerning his letter, see Citizen of London, pseud.

Letter from the Bp of London, see Osbaldeston, Richard, bp.

Letter of consolation and counsel, see Gordon, Thomas

Sacred philosophy of them, C222

East India trade.

Another answer [to the profit and loss], see Answer to the case of the old East-India company

Answer to a tract, see Answer to a late tract

Answer to the profit and loss of it <Answer to the above>, C210

East Indians, agreement of their customs, see Toland, John

England and E. India inconsistent, see Pollexfen, John

Necessity of preserving our own manufactories, see C., N.

Profit and loss of it stated, see S., T.

Eastburne, Benjamin, C282

Easterbrook, Joseph, C282

Eastern Indians.

Conference held at St. George’s, see under title

Gov. Dummer’s conference with the chiefs, see Conference of his excellency Jonathan Belcher

Gov. Dummer’s conference with them, see Conference with the eastern Indians

Ebano, Petr. de, see Petrus, de Abano

Eber, Paul <Eberus>, A77

Eburne, Richard, C282

Ecclesiasticæ discipline Anglicanæ explicatio, see Travers, Walter

Ecclesiastical regiment, the true grounds, see Parker, Henry

Echard, Laurence <Eachard>, A110; B11; C56, 66; Answer to Calamy’s letter <Calamy, Edm. Answer to his letter>, C213; Remarks on his history, see Oldmixon, John

Eck, Johann Maier <Eckius>, A77

Eckhardus, Heinrich <Eckhardius>, A77; C358

Eden, Robert, C77, 83, 282

Edict of the grand duke of Tuscany, see Tuscany, Laws, etc.

Edinburgh. Medical society, Medical essays, C98

Edmondes, Sir Clement <Edmunds>, A13

Edmonds, John, Discourse on the service of God <God. Discourse on the service>, C293

Edmundson, Henry, C135

Education.

Essay upon modern education, see Essay on modern education

Essay upon it, see On education

Expence of a university education reduced, see Newton, Richard

Thought relating to and Thoughts upon it, see Locke, John

Education, thoughts upon it, see Locke, John

Edward II. King of England, history of the life, see Falkland, Henry Cary, 1st viscount

Edward VI, Reformatio legume ecclesiasticarum <Henricus VIII. et Edv. VI., Reformatio>, see Henry VIII, Reformatio . . .

Edwards, George, C354

Edwards, John, A114; B11; C40, 110, 167–8

Edwards, Jonathan, C26 (under Brainerd), 27, 282

Edwards, Thomas, C40, 168, 282–3

Egan, Anthony, C222

Eggeling, Johann Heinrich <Eggelingius>, C4

Egmont, John Perceval, 2d earl of, Occasioned letter from a gentleman in the country . . . concerning the treaty of Hanau <Hanau. Occ. letter concerning the treaty>, C247; Second series of facts and arguments <Two brothers, a second series of facts and arguments>, C220

Egypt, reflection on the natural foundation of its high antiquity, see Forster, Nathaniel

Eiconoclastes, see Milton, John

Eikon basilike, B11; C108 (under Charles I)

Einari, Halfdan, C110

Eisenschmidt, Johann Kaspar <Eisenschmidius>, C129

Eitzen, Paul von, A77

Ekklesion tes Belgikes kai katechesis, see Belgic Confession

Elders, riding, vindication, see Mather, Increase

Electa rei nummariæ, see Woltereck, Christoph

Elemens de la géometrie de l’infini, A116; C50 <Geometrie de l’infini>

Elementa jurisprudentiæ, see Zouch, Richard

Elenchus motuum nuperorum in Anglia, see Bate, George

Elephant’s letter to the people of England, see Letter from the elephant to the people of England

Eleutheria, or an idea of the reformation, see Mather, Cotton

*Elevation de la foy (1645), A77

Elias Levita, A84

Eliensis, episcopus, see Andrewes, Lancelot, bp.

Eliot, Andrew, C168, C283

Eliot, Robert, see Elliot

Elis, Clement, see Ellis

Elizabeth I, C222

Elizabethæ sanctæ hospitalis, . . . historia succincta, see Advocatus Pauperum, pseud.

Ellesmere, T., see Brackley, Thomas Egerton, viscount

Elliot, Robert <Eliot>, C214; Specimen of Dr Burnet’s behaviour <Burnet, Gilbert. Specimen of his behaviour>, C213

Ellis, Clement <Elis>, C168

Ellis, John, C94

Ellys, Anthony, bp. <Ellis>, B11; C83

Ellys, Sir Richard, C40

Else, Joseph, C98

Elsner, Jakob, C40

Elstob, Elizabeth, C51

Elsynge, Henry, C80

Elton, Edward, A44

Emerson, William, B11; C1, 10, 50, 90, 138

Emlyn, Sollom, Memoirs of the life and writings of Thomas Emlyn, C207

Emlyn, Thomas, C31 (under Whiston, Wm.), 168, 283; Remarks on a book entitled the doctrine of the blessed trinity, 283, 344 <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Remarks on the above>; Memoirs of his life and writingts, see Emlyn, Sollom

Emms, Robert, Excellency and advantage of Gospel dispensation <Gospel dispensation, its excellencies and advantages>, C293

Enchiridion, ou manuel contenant plusieurs matières de l’Ancien testament, A77

Encyclopædia (MS.), C89

Encyclopædia Britannica (1778–82), C9

Encyclopédie (1751–77), C9

Endeavour to rectifie some prevailing opinions, see Truman, Joseph

Enfield, William, B11; C138, 168

Engelhart, see Angelocrator

England, see Great Britain

England, George, C46

England, a discourse on its national excellencies, see Discourse of the national excellencies

England, ancient customs of, see Ancient customs of England

England, common and statute law of, see Great Britain. Laws, etc.

England, essay on the constitution of, see Essay on the constitution of England

England, history of, in letters, see Goldsmith, Oliver

England–interesting letters relating to the government, liberty and constitution of, see Select collection of the most interesting letters

England, its present interests, see Bethel, Slingsby

England, miseries of, see Hinc illæ lachrimæ

England, state of it in 1588, see State of England in 1588

England, view of the silver coin and coinage, see Snelling, Thomas

England’s remembrancer, C168

English fortune teller <Fortune teller, English>, C223

English nation, letters concerning its present state, see Letters concerning the present state of England

English pilot <Pilot English>, C33

English tongue, reflections on the, see Sharp, Granville, Short treatise on the English tongue

Englishe liturgie; oder das Allemaine Bebeth [sic] Buch, see Church of England. Book of Common Prayer

Englishman (1714), C111

Englishman’s thoughts on the pretended coalition, C246

Engstrom, Gustav von <Engestrom>, C36 (under Cronstedt)

Enjedius, Georg <Enjedinus>, A44

Ennius, Quintus, B11; C14

Enquiry into the causes of the late rebellion <Britain. Enq. into the causes>, C245

Enquiry into the law of nature and revelation <Law of nature and revelation, enquired into>, C307

Enquiry into the origin and nature of literary property <Literary property, enquiry>, C226

Enquiry into the origin of human appetites, see Long, James

Enquiry, whether a general practice of virtue, see Bluett, Robert

Enthusiasm, nature and consequences of it, see Morgan, Thomas

Enty, John <Enty, Ja.>, C283

Éon de Beaumont, Charles d’, C110

Ephemeris parliamentaria, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Epictetus, A61, 67 (under Avrianus), 77; B9 (under Carter), 11; C14

Epigrammata antiquæ urbis, see Mazzochi, Jacopo

Epigrammata et poemata vetera < . . . poematia>, C141

Epigrammatum græcorum collect., see Brodeau, Jean

Epiphanius, St., A12; C44

Episcopal and priestly claims freely examined, see Towgood, Micaijah

Episcopal Church in Boston, see Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. Diocese of Massachusetts

Episcopius, Simon, A12

Epistle from the K. of Prussia to M. Voltaire, see Frederick II, the Great, king of Prussia

Epistle to a gentleman of the Temple, see Byrom, John

Epistola de superstitione <Superstition. Epistola>, C339

Epistolæ eruditorum virorum ecclesiasticæ, see Hartsoeken, Christian, ed.

*Epistolæ variæ Italicé, A77

Equinox autumnal, compendious way of finding, see Rivet, William

Equity, principles of, see Principles of equity

Erasmus, Desiderius, A13, 77; C45 (under Irenæus), 46, 111, 168

Erizzo, Sebastiano, C129

Erpen, Thomas van <Erpenius>. A44, 77; C51, 111, 135

Error, its innocency asserted, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley, Innocency of error

Error, vindication of it, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley Vindication of error

Erskine, Ebenezer, C168

Erskine, John, C168, 356; Shall I go to war with my American brethren? <America. Shall I go to war>, C243

Erskine, Ralph, C168

Essay concerning the books commonly called Apocrypha <Apochrypha [sic], essay on the books>, C255

Essay for a new translation of the Bible, see Ross, Hugh

Essay historical and critical on the 39 art. of the chh. of E., see Collins, Anthony

Essay on Christ’s fear of death, see Rawson, Joseph

Essay on comets, C357

Essay on critical and curious learning, see Rymer, Thomas

Essay on modern education <Education. Essay upon modern education>, C222

Essay on polite behaviour <Polite behaviour, an essay>, C229

Essay on the agitations of the sea <Essay on the agitation>, C357

Essay on the constitution of England <England, essay on its constitution>, C246

Essay on the expediency of a national militia <Militia, essay on the expediency of a national>, C227

Essay on the trade of the northern colonies <Colonies, northern, essay on their trade>, C209

Essay to illustrate some of the most necessary articles of the Christian faith <Faith. Essay to illustrate>, C284

Essay to prove that Christians are agreed <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Essay to prove>, C344

Essay towards a summary of Gospel Christianity <Christian gospel: an essay towards a summary of it, C269

Essay towards demonstrating the immateriality and the free-agency of the soul <Soul, essay on its immateriality> (1760, i.e. 1740), C234

Essay towards restoring primitive communion <Communion primitive, essay towards restoring>, C275

Essay upon literature, see Defoe, Daniel

Essays moral, and family prayers, see Family prayers and moral essays

Essays physical and literary, see Physical and literary essays

Essays political, concerning the present state of the British empire, see Young, Arthur

Essenius, Andreas, A44

Essex, Arthur Capel, 1st earl of <Capel>, C145

Estampes, idée générate d’une collection complette de, see Heinecken, Karl Heinrich von

Estats, empires, royaumes, &c, du monde, par le sieur D.T.V.Y., see D.T.V.Y.

Estella, Diego de <Stella, Didacus>, A29, 93; C194

Estienne, Charles, A31

Estienne, Henri <Stephanus>, A31, 44 (under Eusebius), 92, 94; C38, 205

Concordantiæ Græco-Latinæ, A9

Glossaria duo, A15

Dictionarium græco-latinum, C203

Estienne, Robert <Stephanus>, A29; C205; Concordantiæ Bibliorum, A8; Thesaurus linguæ latinæ, A32

Estimate, another, on the manners and principles, see Another estimate . . .

Estius, Wilhem, A12–3

Estrades, Godfrey, comte de, C111, 146

Etiro, Partenio, pseud., see Aretino, Pietro

Etmuller, Michael, C98

Etrusca storia antiqua, see Gori, Antonio Francesco

Etymologicon magnum, see Sylburg, Friedrich

Etzlerus, Augustus, A77

Euclid <Enclid>, A13, 120; C50

Eudes, Morton, Catholique traditions <Catholick>, A42

Eugenio, or virtuous and happy life, C238, see Beach, Thomas

Euripides, A13, 77; B11; C12, 14

Europæ speculum (1637, i.e. 1673), see Sandys, Sir Edwin

Europe, general table of it, see Comenius, Johann Amos

Europe, present state and Europe, its present state, see Campbell, John

Eusebius Pamphili, A13, 104; B11; C34, 44

Eusebius Philadelphus, pseud., see Barnaud, Nicolas

Eustachius a Sancto Paolo <Eustachius, Fr.>, C46

Eustachius, Bartholomæus, C2

Eustathius, abp. of Thessalonica, A13

Euthymius, A77

Eutropius, A116; B11; C15

Evans, Caleb, C356

Evans, John, A110; B11; C168, 283–4

Evans, Lewis, C223

Evelyn, John, C31, 111, 129

Everært, Marten <Everartius>, A44

Evremont, see St. Evremont

Ewer, John, bp., C284

Examination of George Leddoze <Leddoze, George>, C226

Examination of the rights of the colonies <America. Examination of the rights>, C242

Examiner, or Gilbert versus Tennent, see Hancock, John

Exceedingly joyful news from Scotland <Scotland. Exceeding joyful news>, C231

Executors, their office and duty, see Wentworth, Thomas

Exeter college, defence of its fellows and rector, see Defence of the fellows and rector

Exhortation address’d particularly to the people of London <London, people of, exhortation>, C308

Explanation of eight words, see Robertson, William

Exposition on the vials in St. John’s revelation, C168

Expostulation with the bishop of London, see Citizen of London, pseud.

Exquemeling, Alexander Olivier, History of the bucaniers of America <America, history of the bucaniers>, C73

Eyre, Robert, C284

Eyre, William, A44

F

Faber, Antonio, see Favre, Antonio

Faber, Basilius, C203

Fabregou, Mathieu, C31

Fabretti, Rafællo, C4

Fabri, Domenico, Lettere familiari d’alcuni Bolognesi, C116

Fabri, Jac., see Lefèvre d’Etaples, Jacques

Fabri, Jean Rodolphe, A78

Fabri, Philemon, A13

Fabri, Timotheus, A45

Fabricius, Georg, C4

Fabricius, Guido, pseud., see Le Fèvre de la Boderie, Gui

Fabricius, Hieron., see Fabrizio d’Acquapendente, Girolamo

Fabricius, Johann Albert, C66, 111

Fabricius, Vincentius <Fabritius>, A78

Fabricius, Wilhelm <Fabritius, Gul.>, C98

Fabritius, Stephanus <Fabricius>, A44

Fabrizio d’Acquapendente, Girolamo <Fabricius, Hieron.>, C98

Faerno, Gabriele <Faernus>, C111

Fagius, Paul, A45

Fagus, Ant., see La Faye, Antoine de

Faites, tradition des, see Chauvelin, Henri Philippe de

Faith.

Enquiry concerning, see Inquiry concerning faith

Essay to illustrate some of the most necessary articles of the Christian faith, C284

Faith and practice, represented in fifty four sermons <Faith and practice in fifty four sermons>, A121

Falconer, William, C141, 203

Falda, Giovanni Battista, C33

Faldo, John, C168

Falkland, Henry Cary, 1st viscount, History of the life of . . . Edward II <Edward II. King of England, history of>, C27

Falkner, William, C168

Fallopius, Gabriele, C98

False religion worse than no religion <Superstition. Enquiry concerning superstition>, C339

Falster, Christian, C112

Family prayers and moral essays in prose and verse <Essays moral, and family prayers>, C111

Fancourt, Samuel, C168, 223, 284

Farissol, Abraham ben Mordecai <Peritsol>, C134

Farmer, Hugh, B11; C168, 284–5

Farmer of Pennsylvania’s letters, see Dickinson, John

Farmer’s letters to the people of England, see Dickinson, John

Farringdon, Anthony, C169

Fasciculus præceptorum logicorum, see Airay, Christopher

Fast sermon on the 59th chapter of Isaiah, see Trimnell, Charles, bp.

Fast sermon on the 16th of January, see Dismal consequences of delighting in war

Father Paul’s Rights of sovereign and subject, see Sarpi, Paolo

Fathers. View of antiquity, see Hanmer, Jonathan

Fauno, Lucio, C4

Faustinus, C44

Favre, Antonio, A14

Favyn, André <Favine>, A14

Fawcett, Benjamin <Fawcet>, C285

Fawcett, J., C169

Fayus, Antonius, see La Faye, Antoine de

Fazello, Tommaso <Fazellus>, C56

Featley, Daniel, A13, 44–5; C169, 285

Fehmel, Amand Gotthold <Fehmelius>, C285

Felden, Joannes a <Felde>, C77

Felini, Pietro Martire <Martyri, Piet.>, Trattato nuovo delle maravigliose, C6

Felinus, Aretius <Felinus, Anton.>, pseud., see Bucer, Martin

Fell, John, bp., A78; C169; Justice and utility of penal laws <Conscience. Justice and utility; Subscription. Justice and utility>, C276, 338

Fell, Philip, Lex talionis <Church, Lextalionis>, C211

Felltham, Owen <Feltham, Daniel; Felton>, A45; C112, 223, 238

Felton, Henry, B11; C112, 169

Felton, Owen, see Felltham, Owen

Fendt, Tobias, C4

Fénelon, François de Salignac de la Mothe, abp., <Cambray; Salignac>, B8, 11; C108, 123, 149, 169; Life of, see Ramsay, André Michel de

Fenner, Dudley, Counterpoyson <Counterpoison>, A73

Fenner, William, A108

Fenning, Daniel, C1

Ferdinand, Antonius <Fernandus>, A13

Ferdosi, see Champion, Joseph

Ferguson, Adam, B12; C56, 83

Ferguson, James, B12; C10

Ferguson, Robert, A78

Ferguson, Samuel, A78

Ferm, Charles <Fermæus>, C169

Fermin, Philippe, C112

Fern, Robert, C285

Fernandus, Anton., see Ferdinand, Antonius

Ferne, Henry, C285

Fernel, Jean François <Fernellius>, C10–11, 98

Ferrebee, Michael, C285

Ferretti, Giovanni Battista, C6

Ferri, Paul, A78

Ferus, Johann <Wild>, A78

Festus, Sextus Pompeius, A118

Feu-Ardent, François, A78

Feuillet, Louis Éconches <Feuillée>, C112

Fichet, Alexandre, A78

Ficino, Marsilio, A13; C18 (under Plato)

Ficoroni, Francesco de’ <Ficorni>, C4, 7 <Roma antica, le vestigia e rarita>

Fiddes, Richard, C27, 46, 169, 285

Fidell, Thomas, C80

Field, Richard, A13; C169

Fielding, Henry, C246; Dialogue between a gentleman of London and an honest alderman <Dialogue between a country gentleman and an honest alderman>, C246

Fielding, Sir John, C223

Fielding, Sarah, C207

Figon, Charles de, A78

Filliucius, Vincentius, A13

Filmer, Sir Robert, C80, 83, 112

Finch, Sir Henry, Calling of the jewes, A46 (under Gouge, William)

Finch, Leopold William, C285

Finch, Robert Poole, C285

Finch, Thomas, Nature and duty of self-defence <Self-defence, its nature and duty>, C231

Finck, Caspar <Finckius>, A78

Finé, Oronce <Finæus>, A14; C91

Fingal, see Macpherson, James

Finishing stroke, see Leslie, Charles

Fino, Alemanio, C56

Fioravanti, Leonardo <Fioranti>, C90

Firdausi <Ferdosi>, see Champion, Joseph

Firebrace, John, Letter to the Rev. James Ibbetson, D. D., occasioned by the third edition of his plan for the subscription, C303 (under Ibbetson)

Firmicus, Maternus Julius, C10, 44, 212

Firmin, Giles, A45; B12; C169

First and second book of discipline, see Church of Scotland

Fish, Elisha, C285

Fish, Joseph, C285

Fisher, Ambrose, A45

Fisher, Edward, C169

Fisher, Payne <Piscator, F.; Piscator, P.>, C143, 239; Oratio anniversaria <Oratio inauguralis in diem (or in honorem) Olivarii>, C228

Fisher, Samuel, C112, 169

Fisher, William, C285

Fitzherbert, Antony, C80

Fitzosborne’s letters, see Melmoth, William

Five schemes of Christian religion <Religion. Five schemes>, C328

Flaccus, Valerius, see Valerius Flaccus

Flaccus, Verrius, C15

Flacius, Matthias, Illyricus, A19; C169; Catalogus testium veritatis, A10; C65; Historia ecclesiastica Magdeburg[ica], A17; C66

Flamsteed, John, C10

Flavell, John <Flavel>, A45, 78, 104; B12; C88, 169

*Flavio intorno ai falsi vulgari (1599), A78

Fleetwood, William, bp., C129, 169, 285–6

Curate of Wilts his second letter to the Reverend Dr. Snape <Snape, Andrew, Second letter to him>, C325

Life and miracles of St. Wenefrede <Winnifrede>, C207

Romans xiii. vindicated from the abusive senses put upon it, C330

Fleming, Caleb, C169, 286–8

Antidote for the rising age, C153

Appeal to the people of England <Seagrave, R., Appeal>, C331

Letter to the Rev. Mr. Cobden < . . . Mr. Colden>, C307

Manual for common Christians, or, Plain reasons for infant baptism <Baptism. Plain reasons>, C258

Modern plan, or a compendium of moral institutes <Moral institutes, compendium of>, C234

Necessity not the origin of evil, C234

Œconomy of the sexes <Divorce. Œconomy of the sexes>, C222

Palladium of Great Britain and Ireland, C85

Theophilus to Gaius, an epistle <Prayer. Letter from Theophilus to Gaius>, C324

Three questions resolved <Popery. Three questions resolved>, C324

Fleming, Robert, C169, 288

Flemynge, Malcolm <Flemyng>, C98

Fleta, C80

Fletcher, Henry, Perfect politician <Cromwell, Oliver, Perfect politician>, C26

Fletcher, Phineas, C141

Fletcher, Thomas, C288

Fleury, Claude, B12; C66, 69

Flexman, Richard, C288

Florence, Accademia del Cimento, see Accademia del Cimento, Florence.

Florence, Accademia della Crusca, see Accademia della Crusca, Florence.

Florence, Council of, see Council of Florence (1438–1445)

Florilegium theologicum, see Ravensperger, Hermann

Florio, John, A45

Floras, Annæus, A116; C15, 354

Fludd, Robert, C355

Flynt, Henry, C169, 288

Foe, see Defoe, Daniel

Foglietta, Uberto <Folieta>, C112

Folgosus, Baptiste <Fulgesus>, A78

Folieta, see Foglietta, Uberto

Folkes, Martin, C129

Fonseca, Peter, A45

Fontaine, see Lafontaine, Jean de

Fontaine, Alexis, C91

Fontaine, Nicolas <Le Sieur de Royaumont>, A28

Fontana, Carlo, C4

Fontanelle, Jean Gaspar Duboisc <Fontenelle>, B12; C112, 207

Fontanini, Giusto, abp. <Fontanino>, B12; C149

Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de, C207; Lives of the French [Italian, and German] philosophers, A101

Fontenelle, M. de, see Fontanelle

Foorthe, John, A44

Foote, William, C223

Forbes, Duncan, C169, 355; Letter to a bishop concerning some important discoveries < . . . concerning important discoveries>, C226

Forbes, Eli, C288

Forbes, John, A14, 45; C169

Forbes, Patrick, bp., A45; C56

Forcatuli, Stefano, C4

Fordyce, David <Fordice>, B12; C47, 170

Fordyce, George, C98, 223

Fordyce, James, C170, 288

Fordyce, Sir William, C98, 217

Foreign medical review (1779–80), C217

Foreigners, argum[ent] against employing, see Defoe, Daniel

Forestus, Petrus, A14; C98

Forman, Charles, C210, 246

Formey, Jean Henri Samuel, C56

Forrest, Alexander, C238

Forrester, Thomas, Causa episcopatus hierarchi lucifuga, C170; Review and consideration of two late pamphlets <Review of two pamphlets>, C189

Forster, George, C74

Forster, Johann Reinhold, C36, 74, 75 (under Kalm), 76 (under Riedesel)

Forster, Nathaniel, Answer to . . . the question stated <Question stated, answer to the above>, C251

Causa episcopatus hierarchici lucifuga, or a confutation, C160

Dissertation upon the account suppos’d to have been given of Jesus Christ by Josephus <Christ. Dissertation on the account>, C269

Reflections on the natural foundation of the high antiquity <Egypt, reflections on the natural foundation>, C222

Forster, Samuel, C91

Forster, Thomas, C288

Fortescue, Sir John <Fortesque>, C80

Fortune teller, English, see English fortune teller

Foscarini, Marco, C56

Foster, Isaac, C288

Foster, James, B12; C170, 223, 288

Foster, Sir Michael, Case of the King against A. Broadfoot <King’s case against Alexander Broadfoot>, C248; Examination of the scheme of church power in the codex juris <Church. Examination>, C211

Reports, see Great Britain. Courts

Foster, Samuel, A14

Fotherby, Martin, bp., A13; C170

Fothergill, Anthony, C170

Fothergill, George, C170

Fothergill, John, C98, 207; Considerations relative to the North American colonies <America. Considerations rel.>, C241

Fougasses, Thomas de, A13

Foulis, Henry, A14

Foundling hospital, London, see London. Foundling hospital

Fountain of life, see Mekor hayim beur al ha-Torah

Four dissertations on the reciprocal advantages, B25 <Union between Gr. Britain and colonies>; C146 <Dissertations four, on the reciprocal advantages>

Fourcroy, Antoine François de, C36

Fowler, Edward, C288; Certain propositions <Trinity, tracts relating to it>, C343; Vindication of the divines, C252

Fownes, Joseph, C288

Fox, George <Foxe>, C27, 354; Declaration from the harmless and innocent Quakers <Quakers, harmless and innocent, their declaration>, C230

Fox, Henry, Candid reflections on the report of the general officers <Report. Candid reflections>, C230

Fox, Jn., see Foxe, John

Foxcroft, Francis, C89

Foxcroft, Thomas, C170, 288–90

Eleutherius inermatus. Just remarks on a late book <Bishop, scripture, vindicated, remarks upon, or Eleuth: inervatus>, C260

Vindication of the appendix to the sober remarks <Church. Vind. of the appendix>, C271

Foxe, Geo., see Fox, George

Foxe, John <Fox; Foxius>, A13–4, 45; C66, 223

Foxle, George, A78

Frænckel, David Ben Naphtali Hirsch <Franckel>, C290

Fragment and Continuation of the former [Fragment], see Stebbing, Henry

Fragment on government, see Bentham, Jeremy

Frambesarius, see La Framboisière, Nicolas Abraham de

France.

Authentic account of invasions by the Chevalier’s son, see Authentic account of the intended invasion

Compleat history of French invasions, C246

Discours sur l’etat de, see Receuil des excellens et libres discours sur l’estat present de France

Enquiry into its revenue, credit and commerce, see Turner, G.

Historical account of the most memorable accidents, see Serres, Jean de

Pacquet of advice, see Care, Henry

France. Sovereigns (1715–1774: Louis XV), Two memorials of the Abbe de la Ville <Ville, Abbe de la, Two memorials>, C252

Francis, Henry, C290

Francis, Richard, C83

Francis, Philip, C141; Letter from a right honourable person, C238; see also Beckford, William

Franciscus a Sancta Clara, see Davenport, Francis

Franciscus, de Mayronis <Marionis, Franc. de>, A22

Franck, Johann Friedrich, C235

Francke, Auguste Hermann <Franckius>, A101; C40, C170; Vita, C207

Franckel, David Hirchel, see Frænckel, David Ben Naphtali Hirsch

Francklin, Richard <Franklinus>, A79; C135

Francklin, Thomas <Franklin; Franklyn>, B12; C18, 19 (under Sophocles)

Dissertation on ancient tragedy <Tragedy, ancient, dissertation upon it>, C232

Letter to a bishop concerning lectureships <Lectureships, letter to a Bp concerning them>, C226

François, see Le François, Alexandre

François de Sales, St., A92

François, l’art de bien parler, see La Touche, Nicolas de

Frank, John, C290

Frankland, Thomas, Annals of James I and Charles I <James I and Charles I, annals of, C58

Franklin, Benjamin, B12; C138, 215

Examination of Dr. B. Franklin <America. Examination>, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of commons

Interest of Great Britain with regard to the colonies <America. Interest of G. Britain>, C241, 246

Franklin, Thomas, see Francklin, Thomas

Franklinus, R., see Francklin, Richard

Franklyn, Thomas, see Francklin, Thomas

Frantzius, Wolfgang <Franzius>, A45, 78; C71

Fraser, James, C27

Fratres Poloni, quos unitarios vocant, eorum opera, see Bihliotheca fratrum Polonorum

Freculphus, bp., C56

Frederick II, the Great, king of Prussia <Frederic III>, C83; Epistle . . . to M. Voltaire, C238

Frederick III, Memoirs of the house of Brandenburg, B8; C56

Frederick Henry, prince of Orange, Inauguratio, A50

Free, John, C98, 141, 170, 223, 235, 238, 246, 290

Free and candid disquisitions relating to the church of England, see Jones, John

Free and candid remarks on a late celebrated oration <America. Free and candid remarks>, C241

Free thoughts concerning the wrong notions . . . about the use of reason in religion <Religion. Free thoughts>, C328

Freedom the first of blessings, see Lovell, John

Freeman, Richard, Reports, see Great Britain. Courts

Freeman, Samuel, Discourse concerning invocation of saints, C290

Freethinker (1722–23), C112

Fregius, see Freigius, Johann Thomas

Fregoso, Battista <Campofulgosus>, A75

Freher, Dionisius Andreas, C89

Freher, Marquard <Freherus>, C223; Germanicarum rerum illustrium scriptures, A15

Freigius, Johann Thomas <Fregius>, A78–9; C355

Freind, John, C98–9, 99 (under Hippocrates)

Freke, Thomas, C290

French, Jacob, C128

French nation, letters concerning its present state, see Letters concerning the present state of the French nation

French prisoners of war, see Committee for cloathing French prisoners of war

Frenckel, Gottfrid Nicolaus, C290

Frend, William, C291

Fresne, see Ducange, Charles du Fresne, sieur

Fresnoy, Charles Alphonse du, C9

Frey, Andreas, C291

Friedlieb, Philipp Heinrich <Friedlibius>, A13

Friend, Robert, C290

Friendly debate between a conformist, see Patrick, Symon, bp.

Friendly debate, continuation of it, see Patrick, Symon, bp.

Friendly debate, further continuation, see Patrick, Symon, bp.

Frink, Thomas, C291

Frischlin, Philipp Nicodemus, A78

Frœlich, Erasmus, C129

Frommenius, Andreas <Frommen>, A78

Fromondus, Libertus <Fromondus>, A45

Frontinus, Sextus Julius, C4, 109

Frundeck, Joach. Mynsing a, see Mynsinger, Joachimus

Fuchs, Leonard, A79, 110

Fuente, Gasp, de la, see La Fuente, Gaspar de

Fulco, Guil., see Fulke, William, bp.

Fulgentius, St., bp., A78

Fulgesus, Bapt., see Folgosus, Baptiste

Fulke, William <Fulco; Fulk>, A45

Briefe and plain declaration <Discourse of ecclesiastical government, attrib.>, A76

Text of the New Testament <On the New Testament>, A13

Full account of the Whitehall hurricane <Whitehall hurricane, full account>, C253

Full answer to the conduct of our allies <Allies. Full answer>, C240

Full view of the doctrines and practices of the ancient church, see Patrick, John

Fuller, Samuel, C291

Fuller, Thomas, A13–4; C27, 56, 66, 69, 90

Fulman, William, Notitia Oxoniensis academiæ <Oxford, notitia>, C228

Fulvio, Andrea <Fulvius>, C4

Fumus, Bartholomæus, C170

Funck, Johann Nicolaus <Funccius>, C135

Funeral sermons, orations, and odes, see Gill, John

Funeral solemnities, dissertation upon them, see Brief dissertation upon funeral solemnities

Funus linguæ hellenisticæ, A78

Furneaux, Philip, B12; C83, 291

Future state, disc, on the progressive knowledge of it, see Discourse on the progressive knowledge of the future state

Future state, necessity of believing, see Prat, Daniel

Fysh, Henry, C291

G

G., T., Ars sciendi sive logica, A67

Gadbury, John, A47

Gaetanus, Æneas, see Melani, Enea Gaetano

Gaffarell, Jacques, C112

Gage, Thomas, C355

Gagliardi, Paolo, C4

Gagnier, John, A50

Gailhard, Jean, C212

Gainsford, Thomas, A47

Galatin, Pierre <Galatinus>, A15

Gale, John, A110, 121; B12; C66, 171

Gale, Theophilus, A47, 79–80; C171; True idea of Jansenism <Idea of Jansenism> (1609, i.e. 1669), A82

Gale, Thomas, comp., Mythologia opuscula, physica, et ethica, C17, 128; ed., Historiæ poeticæ scriptores antiqui, C15; Rhetores selecti, B21; C149

Galen <Galenus>, A16; C99

Galilei, Galileo <Galileus>, A47, 80; C10, 354 (under Gassendus)

Gallus, Phil., see Hahn, Philipp

Gamucci, Bernardo, C4

Gand, Louis de <Brachey, Ludov. de Grand de>, C26

Gandavus, Henr. a, see Gœthals, Henricus

Gandini, Marc’ Antonio, C21

Garbutt, Richard, A80

Garcilasso de la Vega <Vega>, B12; C63

Gardiner, James, bp., C291

Gardiner, M., see Gardiner, William

Gardiner, Robert, Instructor clericalis, C80

Gardiner, Samuel, A79

Gardiner, Stephen, bp., A79

Gardiner, William, Literal exposition of the prophecies cited by St. Matthew <Matthew, St., Literal translation>, C314; Tables de logarithmes, C91

Garissoles, Antoine <Garissolius>, A46, 80

Garmston, John <Garmstone>, C291

Garmston, Shadrach <Garmstone>, C291

Garofalo, Biagio <Carophylus, Blasius>, C36

Garter, Order of the, Register of that most noble order, C54

Garth, Balthasar <Garthius>, A80

Garth, Sir Samuel, B12; C141

Gascoyne, Sir Crisp, Refutation of his address, see Crisp, Nicolas

Gassendi, Pierre <Gassendus>, A15; C26 (under Claudius), 27, 354

Gastius, Joannes, bp., A14

Gastrell, Francis, bp. <Gastrel>, A110, 121; B12; C171, 291

Gataker, Thomas, A46; C40, 112, 171, 235, 291

Gatton, Benjamin, Romans xiii. vindicated in the doctrine of non-resistance, C330

Gaubius, Jérome David, C99

Gauden, John, bp., A45–6, 79, 121

Gaule, John, A79

Gautruche, Pierre, A80

Gavin, Antonio, C112

Gay, Bunker, C291

Gay, Ebenezer, C291–2

Gay, John, B12; C141; Mohocks, a tragi-comical farce <Mohocs>, C227; Panegyrical epistle to Mr. Thomas Snow <Snow, Thomas, Panegyrical epistle to him>, C240

Gchwenter, Dan., see Schwenter, Daniel

Gebelin, Antoine Court de, C112

Geber <Geber, Joan.>, C36

Gebhard, Heinrich, formerly Wesener <Wesenbechius, Hen.>, Disputationes Wesenerianæ contra Facium, C47

Geddes, James, C112

Geddes, Michael, A121; C66, 112

Gee, Joshua, C37, 210, 242 <America. Two papers>, 292

Geier, Martin <Geierus; Gierus>, A46, 80; C40

Geilfusius, Joannes <Gilfustus>, A80

Gelli, Giovanni Battista, C113

Gellius, Aulus, A116; C15

Genebrard, Gilbert, A15

General history of all the rebellions . . . in England <Britain. General history of rebellions>, C245

General opposition of the colonies <America. General opposition>, C241

Genius original, an essay on it, or . . . essays on it, see Duff, William

Gennes, Pierre de, Mémoire pour le sieur de la Bourdonnais <Bourdonnais, le sieur de la, memoire pour>, C106

Genoa, History of its revolutions, see Bréquigny, Louis George Dudart Feudrix de

Genoa, journal of what happened there, see Journal of what happened at Genoa

Gentilis de Foligno, A16

Gentleman of the faculty, pseud., Anatomical dialogues, C2

Gentleman of the Middle Temple, pseud., Grounds and rudiments of law and equity, C80

Gentleman’s calling, see Allestree, Richard

Gentleman’s magazine (1731–72) <Magazine, Gentleman’s>, B17; C87

Gentleman’s recreation, see Cox, Nicholas

Gentlewoman in the country’s letter to the Bp of Bangor, see Willis, Katherine

Geoffrey of Monmouth <Jeffrey>, C58

Geographia universalis, see Ptolomæus, Claudius

Geographia vetus sacra etprophana, see Horn, Georg

Geometrie de l’infini, elemens de la, see Elemens de la géometrie

George I, Annals, see Annals of King George I

George II, Letters between King George II and the Prince of Wales <Letters and messages>, C226; Letters in the original with translations, C249

George III, History of, see Macfarlane, George

Georgi, Christian Siegmund <Georgius>, C235

Georgical essays, see Hunter, Alexander

Georgios Trapezuntius, A96

Georgius, see Georgi

Gerard, Alexander <Gerrard>, B12; C113, 171, 292

Gerard, John <Gerhard>, A16

Gerbier d’Ouvilly, Sir Balthasar, C27

Gerhard, Johann <Gerhardus>, A14, 46–7; C171

Gerhard, Joh., see Gerard, John

Gericke, Bartholomæus <Benbellona, Antonio>, A69

Germanica academia, see Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, Halle

Germanicarum rerum illustrium scriptores (1613–53), see Freher, Marquard

Germanicus, Dominicus, see Dominicus, Germanus, de Silesia

Germany, history of the present warres there, see Swedish intelligencer

Gerrard, Alex., see Gerard

Gerson, Jean Charlier de, A14

Gerund, Episc, see Joannes, bp. of Gerona

Gery, Robert, C292

Gesner, Conrad, A15

Gesner, Johann Matthias <Gesnerus>, C203

Gesselius, Timannus, A47

Ghezzi, Pier Leone, C33

Ghislerus, Michael, C171

Giannone, Pietro, C57, 171; Anecdotes ecclésiastiques, C64

Gibbens, Nicholas <Gibbins>, A46

Gibbon, Edward, C57

Gibbon, John <Gibbonus>, A80

Gibbons, Thomas, C171, 292

Gibbs, Henry, C292

Gibbs, Philip, C292

Gibieuf, Guillaume, A47

Gibralter [sic] a bulwark to Great Britain, see Philalethes, pseud.

Gibson, Edmund, bp., C34, 48 (under Camden), 78, 171, 292; ed., Preservative against popery, C187; Question proposed to the author of the addresses <Address. Question proposed>, C254

Gibson, William, C113

Gierus, Mart., see Geier, Martin

Giessen. Akademie. Poetica præceptis <Gissenæ academiæ professores. Poetica præceptis>, C113

Giffen, Hubert van <Giphanius>, A47

Giggeo, Antonio <Giggeius>, C203

Gil, Alexander, A15; C135

Gilbert, Sir Geoffrey <Gilbert, Jeffrey; Gilbert, Ld. ch. Baron>, C80, 233

Gilbert, John, C292; see also Locke, John

Gildas, C3

Gildon, Charles, C171

Giles, Pierre, see Gilles, Pierre

Gilfustus, Joan., see Geilfusius, Joannes

Gill, John, C292; Essay on the original of funeral sermons <Funeral sermons, orations, and odes>, C223

Gill, Obadiah, Some few remarks on a scandalous book <New England. Remarks on Rob. Calef’s book>, C319

Gilles, Pierre <Giles>, A47

Gillespie, George, A47; C166, 292

Assertion of the church government of Scotland <Scotland, an assertion of its church government>, C190

Dispute against English Popish ceremonies, C166

Treatise against English Popish ceremonies, A62

Gillespie, Patrick, A47

Gillies, John, B26 (under Whitefield); C57, 200 (under Whitefield);

History of Greece <Greece–history of>, B13; Inquiry whether the study of modern languages be a necessary branch, C236. See also Stanyan, Temple

Gilling, Isaac, C171, 293

Gillisen, Ægidius, C293

Gilpin, Bernard <Gilping>, C293

Gilpin, William, B12; C27

Gingle, Jacob, Oxford sermon versified, C239

Giovio, Paolo <Jovius>, A82; C27, 28, 66

Giphanius, see Giffen, Hubert van

Giral del Pino, Hipólito San José <Delpino>, C203

Girard, Claude <Raimond, Denis>, A58

Giraudeau, Bonaventure, C203

Girolamo, Sig., see Dalla Corte, Girolamo

Giselinus, Victor, A80

Gissenæ academiæ professores, see Giessen

Gittichius, Michael, and Louis Luz, De gravissima questione: num Christ us pro peccatis nostris justitiæ divinæ satisfecerit nec ne <Disputatio de Christi satisfactione>, A76

Giustiniani, Benedetto, A19

Gladwin, Francis, C133, 203

Glanvill, Joseph, A47

Glanville, Ranulf, C80

Glas, George, C74

Glass, John, C171

Glass, Thomas, C99

Glassius, Solomon, A46–7, 80; C40

Glisson, François, C99

Glosa ordinaria . . . super libros Esai, Jer., &c., A105

Glossa ordinaria in 4 evangelia (MS.), see Lombard, Peter

Glossaria duo, see Estienne, Henri

Glover, Philip, Argument a priori to prove the existence of a God <God. Argument . . .>, C293; Discourse concerning virtue and religion <Virtue and religion, a discourse>, C346

Glover, Richard, C141

Gnomologia sententiarum, see Wolffhart, Conrad

Gobellinus, Joannes <Gobelinus>, C57

Goclenius, Rodolphus, A47

God.

Argument a priori to prove the existence and perfections of a God, see Glover, Philip

Dei causa contra novatores, see Haynes, Hopton

Directory for the worship of God, see Westminster. Assembly of divines

Discourse on the service of God, see Edmonds, John

High veneration man’s intellect owes to God, see Boyle, Robert

Goddam, Adam, A14

Goddard, Jonathan, C357

Godeau, Antoine, bp., A15, 47

Godfrey, Sir Edmund Berry

<Edmundbury>, see True and perfect narrative of his late terrible and bloody murder

Godfrey, Thomas, C142

Godfrey of Bologn, see Tasso, Torquato

Godly for me of houshold government, see Cleaver, Robert

Godolphin, John, C80

God’s sovereignty practically discoursed on, see Kingston, Richard

Godwin, Edward, C293

Godwin, Francis, bp., A15; C66

Godwin, Thomas <Godwyn>, A47; B12; C4, 69, 208, 212; Romanæ historiæ anthologia, C7

Gœsgen, Johann Andreas <Gœsgenius>, C235

Gœthals, Henricus <Gandavus, Henr. a>, A14–15

Göttingen. Gottingensis regiæ societatis commentarii, see Akademie der Wissenchaften zu Göttingen

Goguet, Antoine Yves <Goguet, M.>, Origin of arts, laws and sciences, B19; C113

Goldast, Melchior <Haimensfeldius>, A17

Golding, Arthur, A47; C181 (under Mornay)

Golding, Christopher, Defence of the conduct of the warden of Winchester college <Defence of the warden>, C222

Goldsmith, Oliver, B12; C57, 71, 138, 238; History of England in letters <England, history of, in letters>, C56

Golius, Jacobus, C203

Golius, Theophilus, A80; C47

Goltzius, Hubert <Gottzius>, C129

Gomar, Franz <Gomarus, Franciscus>, A15; C171; præses, et al., Syntagma disputationum theologicarum <Disputationes theologicæ>, C195

Good humour: or a way with the colonies <America. Good humour>, C241

Good newes from Kent <Kent, good newes from>, C225

Goodman, Godfrey, bp., A46

Goodman, John, C171

Goodwin, John, A16; C146

Goodwin, Philip, A80; C171

Goodwin, Thomas, A14, 16, 46, 79, 105; C171, 293

Gordon, [     ], New method of demonstrating from reason, C233

Gordon, Alexander, B12; C5, 27

Gordon, George, History of our national debt and taxes <History of the national debt>, C146

Gordon, James, Popery against Christianity, C121

Gordon, Patrick, A110; C48

Gordon, Thomas, B12; C19 (under Sallustius), 20 (under Tacitus), 224

Cato’s letters, B9

Essay on government <Government. Essay on government>, C247

Independent Whig, C113, 116

Letter of consolation and counsel . . . concerning earthquakes <Earth-quakes, letter of consolation>, C222

Gordon, William, C57, 293

Gori, Antonio Francesco, Storia antiquaria Etrusca sopra l’antichita <Etrusca storia antiqua>, C235

Gorran, Nicholas de <Gorranus>, A14

Gospel dispensation, its excellencies and advantages, see Emms, Robert

Gospel ministry, divine right of it, see Divine right of gospel ministry

Gospel new creature, see Palmer, Anthony

Gospel truth and divine authority for it, see Truth and divine authority of the Gospel

Gostwyke, William, C293

Gottingensis regiæ societatis scientiarum commentarii, see Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen

Gottzius, see Goltzius, Hubert

Gouge, Thomas, A110; C172; Elegiac essay on his death, see Watts, Isaac

Gouge, William, A46; Calling of the jewes, see also Finch, Sir Henry

Gough, Richard, Anecdotes of British topography, C3

Gough, Strickland, C293

Gouldman, Francis, C203

Government.

Art of governing, C247

Essay on government, see Gordon, Thomas

Thoughts on its origin and nature, see Ramsay, Allan

Treatise on it, see Pownal, Thomas

Government of the thoughts, see Allestree, Richard

Grabe, John Ernest, A121; C45

Græve, Johann Georg <Grævius; Greffe>, A105; C5, 113

Graham, Catherine, see Macaulay, Catherine Sawbridge

Graham, John, Religious establishment in Scotland examined, C189

Graham, William, Letter to the right reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor <Letter to Bishop Pearce>, C224

Grainger, James <Granger>, B13; C27, 142

Grammar, plain exposition of Lillie’s, see Lily, William

Grammatical essays: 1. On a barbarism, see Salisbury, William

Grammaticorum illustrium opera, see Thierry, Jean, ed.

Grammaticus Philoponus, see Philoponus, Joannes Grammaticus

Granado or Granatensis, see Luis, de Granada

Grand, see Le Grand, Antoine

Grand accuser the greatest of all criminals, C247

Grandeur et decadence des remains, see Montesquieu

Granger, James, see Grainger

Granger, Thomas, A46

Grant, Edward <Granta>, A47

Grant, William, C99, 217

Granville, see Lansdowne, George Granville, baron

Granville, John Carteret, earl, State of the nation for the year 1747 <Nation, state of it for the year 1747>, C250

Graserus, Conrad, A46; C172

Grattan, James, Letter to a member of the House of Commons in Ireland, C248

Gratulatio academica Cantabrigiensis, see Cambridge University

Grave, M. la, see Lagrave, [     ]

Gravenor, see Grosvenor, Benjamin

Gravesande, Willem Jacobus, C138

Gray, Andrew, A110; C172

Gray, Ellis, C294

Gray, John, C57 (under Guthrie)

Great Britain, Laws, etc. Ed. by Keble <Keeble>, A20, C80; by Pulton, A20 <Kalendar of the Statutes>, A27, C81; by Ruffhead, C81; by Scobell, C148; by Wingate, C80 <England, Common and statute law>, 82

Act for punishing mutiny and desertion, C81

Acts . . . for the maintenance of ministers, C79

Acts . . . passed during the Protectorate, C79

Acts . . . since the Revolution of 1688, C79

Orders, ordinances, and declarations (1646), C147

——, Treaties, etc. (1739: El Pardo) <Britain, Conventions>, C245

——. Army. Report of the General Officers [appointed to inquire into the causes of the failure of the Rochefort expedition], C230

——. Board of Trade. Observations by the Board of Trade <Grenada, Observations upon the report>, C247

——. Courts. Reported by Atkyns, C79; by Bulstrode, C79; by Comyns, C79; by Foster, C80; by Freeman, C80; by Ld. Raymond, C81; by Strange, C81; by Winch, C82; Decree in the Court of Starre Chamber, C246; Reports des cases in ley (1670), C81; Year book, A34; C79 <Abridgement de touts les ans del roy Henr. le Sept>, ed. Maynard, C81

——. Parliament. Relations and observations . . . on the Parliament begun A. D. 1640, see Walker, Clement

——.——. House of Commons.

Debates, C146

Declaration expressing the grounds of their late proceedings, C250

Ephemeris Parliamentaria, C146

Examination of Benjamin Franklin <America. Examination>, C242

Parliament’s resolution concerning the King’s Proclamation, C228

Parliament’s resolution concerning the sending of Sir Thomas Barrington < . . . concerning the pacification>, C228

Remonstrances, messages, and answers, C147

Report of the Committee . . . appointed to enquire into the frauds . . . of the Customs <Customs. Report>, C209

Report of the Committee of secrecy appointed to enquire into the conduct of Robert, earl of Orford <Oxford>, C228

Speeches and passages, C147

——.——. House of Lords.

Complete collection of protests <Protests in the House of Lords, C148

Debates &c, C146

Protest against the Bill for repealing the American Stamp Act <America. Protests>, C241

Second protest against the Bill for repealing the American Stamp Act <America. Second protest>, C241

Great-Britain and Ireland, an essay upon their antiquities, see Malcolm, David

Great-Britain and North-America–Present state of, see Priestley, Joseph

Great Britain, enquiry into its conduct, see Hoadly, Benjamin, bp.

Great treaty of peace, see S., H. L.

Greaves, John, A80; B13; C113

Greece–History of, see Gillies, John, or Stanyan, Temple

Green, John, bp., Academic, or a disputation, C219; Principles and practice of the Methodists compared <Methodists, their principles and practice>, C316

Green, Joseph, C294

Green, Matthew, C238

Green, Richard, C294

Green, Robert, C138

Green, William, B13; C40

Greene, Thomas, bp., C172

Greenham, Richard, A14

Greenhill, Thomas, C113

Greenhill, William, A46; C172

Greffe, see Græve, Johann Georg

Gregorius Nazianzenus, St., bp., A24

Gregorius Neocæsar., see Gregory, St., bp. of Neocæarea

Gregorius Nyssenus, A14; C45

Gregorius, de Rimini <Arimino>, A1

Gregorius, de Valentia, see Valentia, Gregorius de

Gregorius Thaumaturgus, see Gregory, St., Thaumaturgus

Gregorius, Franciscus, C203

Gregory I, Pope, the Great, see Catholic church. Pope Gregory I, the Great

Gregory XIII, Pope, see Catholic church. Pope Gregory XIII

Gregory, St., bp. of Neocæarea <Gregorius Neocæsarensis>, C45

Gregory, St., Thaumaturgus, A105

Gregory, David <Gregorius>, A17; C10; Comparative view of the state and faculties of man, B17 <Man, comparison of>; C113

Gregory, John, C99

Grellotus, Antonius, A47

Grenada.

Counter letter, see Audi alterant partem, or a counter-letter

Letter to the earl of Hillshorough, see Downshire, Wills Hill, 1st marquis of

Observations upon the report, see Great Britain. Board of Trade

Grenewev, Richard <Greneway>, C20 (under Tacitus)

Gresham college, an account of its rise, see Account of the rise . . . of Gresham college

Grew, Nehemiah, A16, 100; C31, 71, 172

Grey, Richard, B13; C23 (under Join liber), 40, 51

Grey, Zachary, C113; Vindication of the government . . . of the church of England, C198

Griffith, Elizabeth, Platonic wife, a comedy, C229

*Griffith and Askue, law proceedings between (1663), C113

Grimeston, Edward <Grymestone>, C62 (under Serres); Imperial history, see Mexia, Pedro

Grimm, Joannes Martinus, C294

Grinsted ballad <Grinsted, a ballad>, C238

Gronovius, Jacobus, A105; C5

Gronovius, Johann Friedrich, A47

Groot, Hugo de, see Grotius, Hugo

Grosipus, Pascasius, pseud., see Schoppe, Caspar

Gross, Joannes Georgius <Grossius>, C40

Gross, Joseph, C27

Grosseteste, Robert <Grotest>, A79

Grosvenor, Benjamin <Gravenor>, A110; C294

Moral obligation to the positive appointments <Morality. Moral obligation>, C317

Some account of the late inclination to popery <Popery. Some acco[unt]>, C324

Grotest, Rob., see Grosseteste, Robert

Grotius, Hugo <Grottus>, A79–80, 114, 121; B13; C40, 57, 83, 113, 172, 294

Grounds and rudiments of law and equity, see Gentleman of the Middle Temple, pseud.

Grove, Henry, B13; C47, 172, 294

Grove, John, B13

Grove, Joseph, Life of Cardinal Wolsey, C27

Grünwald, Moses, ‘Arugat ha-bosem [Torah] <Sepher gnarugath haboshem>, A60

Grundmann, Friedrich, C236

Gruter, Jan <Gruterus>, C5

Grymestone, see Mexia, Pedro

Grynæus, Johann Jacob, A47, 79

Guadagnolo, Filippo <Guadagnolus>, C51

Gualterius Chabotius, A11

Gualterus, Rodolphus <Gualtherus, Rob.>, A14, 79–80; C172

Guardian (1760), C113

Guarin, Pierre, C51

Guazzo, Stefano, C113

Gude, Marquard <Gudius>, C5, 113

Gudius, Gottlob Friedrich, C236

Guevara, Antonio de, A47; C113

Guicciardini, Francesco <Guicciardines, Lou.>, A15, 47, 80; C57

Guicciardini, Lip. de, see Dallington, Sir Robert

Guicciardini, Luigi, A15; C48

Guilliaud, Claude <Guilliaudus>, A14, 79

Guillaume d’Auvergne, bp. of Paris <Parisiensis, Wilh.>, A25

Guillenborg, Count, see Gyllenborg

Guillermus, Altissiodorensis, A14

Guillet, Pernette du, see Du Guillet, Pernette

Guillim, John, A16; C54

Guillimin, François <Guilliman; Guillimanus>, C57

Guise, see Guyse

Gulielmus, Arvernus, bp., A1

Gulielmus, de Occam, see Ockam, William of

Gullenborg, Count, see Gyllenborg

Gumble, Thomas, A80; C27

Gunter, Edmund, A47

Gurdon, Brampton, A121; C295; Answer to the defence of the dissertation <Matthew, St. Answer>, C314

Gurdon, Thornhagh, C80

Gurnall, William, A105; C172

Gussetius, Jacobus, Blœsensis, C135

Guthrie, William, C21 (under Quinctilianus [sic]), 57, 172

Guy, Louis, A79

Guy, Thomas, C247

Guyse, John <Guise>, A110, 121; B13; C172, 295

Gwatkin, Robert, Remarks upon the first of three letters against The confessional <Confessional. Remarks on the first>, C276; Remarks upon the second and third letters <Confessional. Remarks on the second and third>, C276

Gyllenborg, Carl, count, Letters which passed between Count Guillenborg, the barons Gortz, Sparre, and others <Letters which passed between Count Gullenborg>, C248

H

H., F., M.A., Life of . . . John Tillotson <Tillotson, John, abp. Memoirs; Tillotson’s Life>, A123; B25; C30

H., P., Bank of England and their present method <Bank of England, and the method of paying>, C209

H., T., Political aphorisms, or the true principles, C250

H., W., Diurnal of sea designs, C222

H. Mercurio, see Hermete Mercurio

Haak, Theodore, C172

Haberkorn, Petrus <Haberkornius>, A82

Habert, Isaac, A17

Habert, Ludovicus, C172

Hacket, John, C27

Hackluit, see Hakluvt

Haddon, Walter, A45

Hæberlin, Franz Domenicus, C224

Hafenreffer, Matthias <Hafenrefferus>, A81

Hagen, Gottlieb Friedrich, C236

Hagerus, Joannes, C236

Hahn, Philipp <Gallus, Phil.>, A79

Hailes, Sir David Dalrymple, lord <Dalrymple>, C66; ed., Memorials and letters relating to . . . James I <James I. Memorials and letters>, C58; ed., Memorials and letters relating to . . . Charles I <Charles I. Memorials and letters>, C55

Haimensfeldius, Melch. Gold., see Goldast, Melchior

Hakewill, George <Hakewell>, A16, 80; C113

Hakewill, William, C247

Hakkalir, Eliezer, rabbi, see Archivolti, Samuel

Hakluyt, Richard <Hackluit>, A17, 48; C74

Halde, Jean Baptiste du, B13; C74

Hale, Sir Matthew, A18; C80, 172; Pleas of the crown, C81

Hales, John, A48; C172

Hales, Stephen, C36, 224

Hales, William <Hales, Gul.>, C91

Haliday, Samuel, C295

Halifax, Charles Montagu, 1st earl of, B13; C113

Halifax, Sir George Savile, marquis of, B13; C113

Halifax, Samuel, bp., see Hallifax, Samuel, bp.

Hall, F[     ], Importance of the British plantations in America, C209 <Britain. Importance of the plantations>, 240 <America. Importance of the British colonies>

Hall, Joseph, bp., A17, 81, 108; C142, 172

Hall, Thomas, A48, 106

Hall, Willard, C295

Halle. Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, see Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, Halle

Halle, Edward, Vnion of the two noble and illustrate famelies of Lancastre & Yorke <Lancaster and York, union of those houses>, C58

Haller, Albrecht von, C99

Hallett, Joseph <Hallet>, B13, 20 (under Peirce); C40, 295

Reconciler, or an essay to shew <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Reconciler>, C345

Some remarks on Mr. Johnson’s scripture doctrine <Johnson, Samuel, Remarks . . .>, C304

Truth and importance of the scripture-doctrine of the trinity <Trinity. Truth and importance>, C345

Hallett, Joseph, jr., C295

Halley, Edmund, B13; C10

Hallier, François, C172

Hallifax, Samuel, bp. <Halifax>, C172, 295

Halyburton, Thomas, B13; C172, 295

Hambden, John, see Hampden, John

Hamel, see Duhamel, Jean Baptiste

Hamelsveld, Isbrand van, C295

Hamerstede, Jan van, A81

Hamilton, Alexander, B13; C74, 94

Hamilton, Hugh, C50

Hamilton, William, C27

Hammond, Henry, A16, 18, 47–8, 81; C173

Of conscience, scandal, will-worship, and superstition <Superstition. Discourse of>, C339

Of late and death-bed repentance <Death-bed repentance, its danger>, C279

Of resisting the lawful magistrate, A58

Of scandal, conscience, will-worship and superstition <Treatise of scandal>, A62

Of the power of the keys <Treatise of the power of the keys>, A62

Of the reasonableness of Christian religion, A92; C173, 189

View of some exceptions to the Ld. Falkland’s Discourse <Review . . .>, A58

Hammond, Nathaniel, C1

Hammond, Robert, Letters between Col. R. Hammond and the committee, C147, 245 (under Charles I. Letters)

Hampden, John <Hambden>, B13; C146

Hampton, George, B13; C19 (under Polybius), 295

Hanau. Occ[asional] letter concerning the treaty, see Egmont, John Perceval, 2d earl of

Hancock, John, A121; C173, 295–6

Answer to Dr. Hickes’s <Hick’s> Christian priesthood, C152

Examiner, or Gilbert versus Tennent, C223

Hancocke, John, C217

*Hand bot utaf Adelig Ofning (1760), C113

Handel, Georg Friedrich, C128; Memoirs of the life of, see Mainwaring, John

Hanmer, Jonathan, A48; C173; View of antiquity <Fathers. View of antiquity>, C44

Hanover. Popular prejudice concerning partiality to the interests of Hanover, C247

Hannovero-Britannicus, pseud., Treason unmask’d <unmasked>, C148

Hanway, Jonas, B13; C74, 224; Plan for a Magdalen house <Hospitals. Plan>, C225

Happelius, Wigandus <Hapselius>, A82

Harder, Jakob, C296

Hardouin, Jean <Harduin>, C5, 129, 173

Hardt, Anton Julius von der, C236

Harduin, see Hardouin, Jean

Hardwicke, Philip Yorke, 1st earl of, C224, 247

Hardy, Samuel, C296

Hare, Francis, bp., B13; C40 (under Edwards, Tho.), 41, 113, 173, 296

Allies and the late ministry defended <Allies. Defence of our allies>, C240

Concio ad clerum examined and compared, see Dean of Worcester’s Latin sermon . . . examin’d and compar’d

His new defence of the Bp of Bangor’s sermon considered, see Hoadly, Benjamin, bp., D—n of W——r still the same

Letter to Bp Hare concerning the above, see Letter to the Right Revd. the Bishop of St. Asaph’s

Hariot, Thomas <Hariottus>, A18

Harle, Jonathan, C238, 296

Harleian miscellany, C113; see also Ancient customs of England

Harleianæ bibliothecæ catalogus and Harleianæ bibliothecæ MSS, C32

Harley, Edward, see Oxford, Edward Harley, 2d earl of

Harman, Paul, C90

Harmer, Thomas, C41

Harmonia confessionum fidei reformat. ecclesiarum, see Bèze, Théodore

Harmony of the confessions of the Christian . . . Reformed churches, see Salnar

Harmony without uniformity, C224

Harphius, Hendrik, A48

Harrington, James, A18; B13; C84

Harrington, Timothy, C296

Harris, James, B13; C113, 135

Harris, John, A17–8, 114, 116; B13; C9, 74, 114, 296

Harris, Robert, A48

Harris, Samuel, C41

Harris, Thomas, C224

Harris, Walter, C27, 99

Harris, William, A110; B13; C27, 173, 207, 296–7

Harrison, Amos, B13; C297

Harrison, David, C224

Harrison, Thomas, C297

Harry, George Owen, A49

Harryson, John, pseud., see Bale, John, bp.

Hart, William, Letter to Paulinus <Paulinus, letter to him>, C212

Harte, Walter, C1, 238

Hartley, David, C94, 217

Hartsoeken, Christian, ed., Præstantium ac eruditorum virorum epistolæ <Epistolæ eruditorum virorum>, C111

Harvard College. Laws, C224; Pietas et gratulatio, C142 <Harvardini Collegii apud Nov-Anglos>, 239

Harveian orations <Harvey. Orationes anniversariæ>, B13; C114

Harvest, George, see Philochristus, pseud.

Harvey. Orationes anniversariæ, see Harveian orations

Harvey, James, C80

Harvey, John, A48

Harvey, William, A81; C2, 71, 99

Harwood, Edward, B14; C41, 114, 173, 297

Biographia classica, B7; C26

View of the various editions of the Greek and Roman classics, B19 <Observations on the Greek and Latin classics>; C114 <View . . .>

Hase, Theodor and Conrad Iken, Thesaurus novus theologico-philosophicus, C43

Hasselquist, Frederik, B14; C74

Hastings, Sir Francis, A57

Hauksbee, Francis <Hawksbee>, Navigation unveiled <Navigation unavailed>, A49; C215

Hauris, Benno Caspar, ed., Scriptores historiæ romanæ latini veteres, A17 <Histor. Rom. scriptores>; C19

Hauxley, Edward, B14; C91

Have at you all, see Morris, Robert

Haven, Jason, C298

Haven, Samuel, C298

Havercamp, Sigebert, C129

Hawkesworth, John, C74

Hawkins, James, C298

Hawkins, Thomas, C131

Hawkins, William, C80, 298

Hawksbee, see Hauksbee, Francis

Hawney, William, C91

Haworth, William, A48

Hay, Joan. de la, see La Haye, Jean de

Hay, William, C224, 298

Hayes, Charles, A18; C91; Vindication of the history of Aristeas, C213

Haygarth, John, C99

Hayley, William, C142, 298

Haym, Nicola Francesco, Biblioteca Italiana <Italiana biblioteca>, C32

Hayne, Thomas, C135

Haynes, Hopton, C356; Causa dei contra novatores <God. Dei causa contra novatores>, C293

Hayter, Thomas, bp., C298; Essay on the liberty of the press <Press, essay on the liberty of it>, C229

Hayward, Sir John, A49, 81; C56 (under Cotton)

Hearing the word, practical discourses on it, see Practical discourses on hearing the word

Hearne, Thomas, B14; C5, 25 (under Benedictus), 27; Short vindication of the archbishop of Canterbury <Canterbury, a short vindication, C220

Heath, Robert, C10

Heath, Thomas, B14; C41

Heathcote, Ralph, C298

Hebraique dictionaire par racines, see Houbigant, Charles François

Hebrew, its majesty & singular copiousness, see Majesty and copiousness of the Hebrew language

Hebrew, True and ancient method of reading, see Robertson, John

Hederich, Benjamin <Hedericus>, C203

Heereboord, Adrianus, A81; C47, 88, 94

Hegenitius, Gottfridus, C74

Heidegger, Johann Heinrich, C173

Heidelberg catechism, tr. T. Sparke and J. Seddon, A92

Heinecke, Johann Gottlieb <Heineccius>, C114

Heinecken, Karl Heinrich von, Idée générale d’une collection complette des estampes <Estampes, idé générale>, C9

Heinsius, Daniel <Heynsius>, A48, 80, 82; C41

Heister, Lorenz, C2, 99

Heliodorus, C15

Hell torments after death, see Povey, Charles

Helmont, Jean Baptiste van, C99

Helvetius, Christoph, C34

Helvicus, Martin, A108

Helwig, Christopher <Helvicus>, A17

Hemenway, Moses <Hemmenway>, C298

Hemmingsen, Niels <Hemmingius, Nicol.; Hemingius, Nich.>, A17, 80; C358

Henault, Charles Jean François, B14; C34

Henchman, Nathaniel, C298

Hencke, Georg Johann <Hencke, Geo.>, C236

Henley, John, C298

Hennepin, Louis, A121; B14; C74

Hennert, Johann Friedrich, C215

Henrici VIII. et Edv. VI. reformation legum ecclesiasticarum, see Henry VIII

Henricus a Porta, see Porta, Henricus a

Henry VIII, Reformatio legume ecclesiasticarum <Henricus VIII. et Edv. VI.>, A48

Henry, Matthew, A105; C173, 298; Life of, see Tong, William

Henry, Philip, Account of his life and death, or . . . Life of, see Bates, Henry

Henshaw, Joseph, bp. A81

Hephæstion, C15

Herbelot de Molainville, Bartolomé de, C133

Herbert, George, A82; C142

Herbert, Thomas, C75

Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert, lord, A18; C27, 114

Herculaneum. Catalogo degli antichi monumenti, see Bayardi, Ottavio Antonio, abp.; Pitture antiche d’Ercolano, see Accademia Ercolanea di archeologia, Naples

Heresy: a dissertation on its nature, see Nation, William, sr.

Hering, Johann <Heringius>, A82

Herle, Charles, A81; C173

Hermeologium, see Jones, Bassett

Hermes, Trismegistus, A18, 51

Hermete Mercurio, overo Historia de’ correnti tempi <H. Mercurio . . .>, A52

Hermippus redivivus, see Cohausen, Johann Heinrich

Herne, Thomas, C224

Essay on imposing and subscribing articles of faith <Subscription. Essay on imposing and subscribing>, C338

False notion of a Christian priesthood examined <Priesthood. False notions>, C324

Second letter to the Reverend Dr. Mangey <Mangey, Thomas, Two letters to Mr. Mangey>, C311

Herodianus, A48; B14; C15

Herodotus, A17, 81; B14; C15

Herport, Brian, C114

Herrera Tordesillas, Antonio de, B14; C57

Herring, Thomas, abp., C298

Hervey, James, B14; C173, 298

Hervey, John Hervey, baron, Miscellaneous thoughts on the present posture both of our foreign and domestic affairs <Affairs foreign and domestic>, C240

Hervey, Thomas, C224

Hesiod <Hesiodus>, B14; C15, 141 (under Cooke, Thomas)

Heskyns, Thomas <Heskins>, A16

Hesselbeinius, Johannes <Hesselbein>, A81

Hessels, Wilhem, see Estius, Wilhem

Hesychius, of Alexandria, A49; C203; Lexicon græcum, A21

Heurne, Johann van <Heurnius>, A49

Heurnius, Justus, A80

Hevelius, Johannes <Hevellius>, A18; C10

Hewes, John <Hewis>, A81

Hewson, William, C99

Heylin, John <Heylyn>, C174, 298

Heylyn, Peter <Heylin>, A17–8, 49; C48, 54, 57, 174; Augustus, or an essay of those means and councils <Augustus: or an essay on the means whereby>, C244

Heynsius, see Heinsius

Heywood, Henry, C298

Heywood, James, C298

Hibbert, Henry, C174

Hibernicus, Thomas, A82

Hickeringill, Edmund, C114

Hickes, George <Hickesius>, C51, 299

Hickman, Charles, bp., C299

Hickman, Henry, A81; C224

Apologia pro ministris <Nonconformists. Apologia>, C183

Plus ultra, C229

Hierarchy, examination of the powers which it claims, see Powers claimed by the hierarchy examined

Hierocles, A81; C15

Hieron, Samuel, A16; Treatise against ceremonies, A62

Hieronymus, see Jerome, St.

Hieronymus, de Sancta Fide <Sancta Fide>, C190

Higden, Ranulphus <Ranulphus Cistrensis>, A28

Higden, William, C299

Higgins, Francis, C299

Higginson, John, Testimony to the order of the Gospels, A96

Highmore, Joseph, Observations on a pamphlet, entitled, Christianity not founded in argument <Christianity not founded in argument, observations on it>, C270

Highmore, Nathaniel, A106

Hilarius, C45

Hilary, St., A16

Hildersham, Arthur, A16; C174

Hilischer, C. Gottlieb, see Ortlob, Joannes Christophorus

Hill, Aaron, A18

Hill, John, C71, 174

Hill, Joseph, Interest of these United Provinces, C232 <United provinces’ interest>, 253 <United provinces, their interest>

Hill, Sir Richard, bart., C299

Hill, Samuel, C114, 146

Hill, Thomas, A16; C299

Hillarius, D., see Hilary, St.

Hillenius, Francois, C51

Hillsborough, Wills Hill, 2nd viscount, see Downshire, Wills Hill, 1st marquis of

Hinc illæ lachrymæ: or, Englands miseries <England, miseries of>, C56

Hint, or a free thought or two, C247

Hinton, Edward, C299

Hints on diseases that are not cured, C217

Hippisley, John, Essays. I. On the populousness of Africa <Africa, observations on its populousness>, C219

Hippocrates, A18, 82; B14; C15, 99, 102 (under Sprengell)

Hippolytus, St., C45

Hirsch, Johann Christoph, C129

Histoire de l’establissement des François refugiez, see Ancillon, Charles

Histoire de la vie de Messire Philippe de Mornay, see Licques, David

Histoire des arts, see Académie des sciences, Paris

Histoire philosophique de l’homme, see Millot, Calude François Xavier

Historia Augusta <Historiæ Augustæ scriptores sex>, C15

Historia ecclesiastic a del scisma del reyno de Inglaterra, see Ribadeneira, Pedro de

Historia ecclesiastic a Magdeburg[ica], see Flacius, Matthias, Illyricus

Historia imperialy Cæsarea, see Mexia, Pedro

Historia persecutionum ecclesiæ Bohetniæ, see Comenius, Johann Amos

Historiæ anglicanæ scriptores X, ed. Roger Twysden <Anglicanæ historiæ>, C54

Historiæ Augustæ, see Historia Augusta

Historiæ ecclesiasticæ scriptores græci, see Christopherson, John

Historiæ poeticæ scriptores antiqui, see Gale, Thomas, ed.

Histor[] Roman[æ] scriptores Latini veteres, see Hauris, Benno Caspar, ed.

Historical account of the life and writings of John Toland, C207 (under Toland), 341 (under Toland)

Historical and geographical account of the kingdom of Hungary <Hungary. Historical and gographical account of it>, B15; C58

Historical applications, see Berkeley, George Berkeley, 1st earl

Historical collections concerning district successions, see Lowth, Simon

Historical law-tracts, see Kames, Henry Home, lord

Historical register (1724–39), B21; C87

Historie and policie reviewed, see Dawbeny, Henry

History of Italy, see Thomas, William, bp.

History of K. Charles, see Sanderson, Sir William

History of Mary Queen of Scots, see Jebb, Samuel

History of Montanism, see Lee, Francis

History of nonconformity <Nonconformity, history of>, C68

History of our national debt and taxes, see Gordon, George

History of our saviour Jesus Christ and of his Apostles, A121

History of the Apostles creed, see Ockham, Peter King, baron

History of the cardinals, see Leti, Gregorio

History of the genesis of the world, see Divine history of the genesis of the world

History of the minority, see Almon, John, History of the late ministry

History of the national debt and taxes, see Gordon, George

History of the piratical states of Barbary, see Compleat history of the piratical states of Barbary

History of the present warres in Germany, C214

History of the reformation of the Church of Scotland, see Knox, John

History of the republick of Holland <Holland, history of the republic>, B14; C57

History of the royal family of Stewarts, see Oldmixon, John

History of the Septuagint, see Aristeas

History of Virginia, see Beverly, Robert

History, universal and History–universal, see Universal history

Hitchcock, Enos, C355

Hitchcock, Gad, C299

Hoadly, Benjamin, bp. <Hoadley>, A110; B14; C84, 114, 174, 215, 224, 299–300

Answer to the reverend Dr. Snape’s letter <Snape, Andrew. Answer to his letter>, C335

D[ea]n of W[orceste]r still the same, or his New defence . . . consider’d <Hare, Francis, His new defence of the Bp of Bangor’s sermon considered>, C296

Defence of the enquiry into the reasons <Britain. Defence of the above>, C245

Enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great Britain, C146 <Great Britain, enquiry into its conduct>, 245 <Britain. Enquiry into the reasons>

Remarks on the above [Preservative] . . . by a lady, see Some arguments made use of in the Bishop of Bangor’s Preservative . . . By a layman [sic]

Hoadly, John, abp. <Hoadley>, C300

Hobart, Noah, C300

Hobbes, Thomas, C84, 92 (under Wallis), 114, 222 (under Davenant), 233

Hobby, William, C300

Hoch, see Æpinus, Franz Maria Ulrich Theodor

Hodge, John, C300

Hodges, Nathaniel, C99, 300

Hodges, Walter, C41

Hody, Humphrey, C28, 41, 174

Hoffmann, Johann Mauritz, C99–100

Hofmann, Johann Jacob, C114

Hog, William <Hogæus, Gul.>, C142

Hogarde, Miles <Huggard>, A81

Hogarth, William, B14

Holbach, Paul Henri Thiri, baron d’, Christianisme dévoilé, C162

Holbrook, Anthony, C300

Holcot, Robert, A16

Holden, Lawrence, C41, 174

Holdsworth, Edward <Holdesworth>, B14

Holdsworth, Richard, A16

Holdsworth, William, C355

Hole, William, Ornaments of churches, C127

Holinshed, Raphael <Holingshed>, A18; C57

Holland, Guy, Prerogative of man <Soul. Prerogative . . .>, C335

Holland, Henry <Holland, Hugh>, C28

Holland, John, C300

Holland. Guide des voyageurs en Holland, see L’Honoré, Samuel François

Holland, history of the republic, see History of the republick of Holland

Hollebeek, Ewaldus, C300

Hollerius, Jacques, C100

Holies, Denzil Holies, 1st baron, C28

Hollingsworth, S., Account of the present state of Nova Scotia <Nova Scotia. Account of its present state and Letter from a gentleman describing the present state>, C228

Hollis, Thomas, C33; Memoirs of, see Blackburne, Francis; True sentiments of America, C145 <America. Free sentiments>, 242 <America. True sentiments>

Hollwell, see Holwell

Hollyband, Claude, see Desainliens, Claude

Holwarda, Joannes Phocylides <Phocylides>, A90

Holwell, John Zephaniah <Hollwel>, B14; C114

Holy David and his old English translators clear’d <David and his old translators cleared>, C165

Holy table more anciently used than altar, see Williams, John, abp.

Holyday, Barren, A49; C300

Holyoke, Edward, A49; B14; C174, 300

Holyoke, Thomas, A18; C204

Holywood, John <Sacrobosco>, C11

Home, Francis, C1, 100

Home, Henry, see Kames, Henry Home, lord

Home, Robert, C217

Homer <Homerus>, A10 (under Chapman), 18; B20 (under Pope); C15–16, 143 (under Pope); Enquiry into the life and writings, see Blackwell, Thomas

Homes, Nathaniel, A16

Homes, William, C212

Homilies.

Certaine sermons or homilies <Sermons or homilies>, C356

Homilies appointed to be read . . ., C174

Homme. Histoire philosophique de l’homme, see Millot, Claude François Xavier

Homme machine, see La Mettrie, Julien Offay de

Homme plus que machine, see Luzac, Elie

Hondius, Josse <Hondy, Judoc>, A18; C48

Honest clergyman’s thanks for Mr. Paul’s speech, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Hontan, see La Hontan, Armand Louis de

Hoogeveen, Henricus <Hoogevene>, B14; C136

Hooke, Andrew, C247

Hooke, Nathaniel, B14; C57, 114; Account of the conduct of Sarah, duchess of Marlborough <Marlboro, Sarah, dutchess of, Account of her conduct>, C118

Hooke, Robert, C71, 138, 215; ed., Philosophical collections, C215

Hooker, John, C300

Hooker, Richard, A17, 106, 114; B14; C78, 212

Hooker, Thomas, A48, 81–2; C174; Soul’s preparation for Christ, A59

Hoole, Charles, C51

Hoole, John, B14, 24 (under Tasso); C142, 144 (under Tasso)

Hooper, George, bp., C174, 300

Hooper, William, C300

Hoornbeck, Johann, A48–9, 81; C174

Hopkins, Ezekiel, bp., A106; B15; C174

Hopkins, Samuel, C214

Hopkins, Stephen, Grievances of the American colonies candidly examined <America. Grievances>, C241

Hopkins, William, C174, 355

Hopton, Arthur, A49

Horæ B. V. M., see Catholic church

Horæ Hebraicæ et Talmudicæ, see Lightfoot, John

Horantius, Franciscus, bp. of Oviedo <Oviedo>, A25

Horatius Flaccus, A16, 81, 116, 120 (under Creech); B15; C16, 141 (under Francis)

Hormus, Geo., see Horne, Georg

Horne, Andrew, C80

Horne, Georg <Hormus; Hornius>, A48; C114, 354; Accuratissima orbis delineatio <Geographia vetus sacra et prophana>, A18

Home, Joannes van, C2

Home, John, C247, 300

Home, Thomas, C149

Horneck, Anthony, C300

Horneius, see Home, Georg

Hornejus, Conrad <Horneius>, C47

Hornius, see Home, Georg

Horowitz, Abraham ben Shabbethai, Emek berekhah <Book of the valley of satisfaction>, C132

Horowitz, Isaiah, Shene luhot ha-berit <Book of the two tables of the covenant>, C132

Horrocks, Jeremiah <Horrochius>, A49

Horsley, John <Horseley, Horsely>, B15; C5, 210, 301

Horstius, see Merler, Jacobus

Horton, Thomas, A16, 18; C175

Hortus sanitatis <Ortus sanitatis>, A25

Hosea, see Bible

Hospinian, Rodolph <Hospinianus>, A17; C5, 114

Hospitals.

Memorial conc. erecting an orphanatory, see London. Foundling hospital

Plan for a Magdalen house, see Hanway, Jonas

Reasons for the establishment and encouragement of St. Luke’s hospital, see London. St. Luke’s hospital for lunatics

Regulations for managing the foundling hospital, see London. Foundling hospital

Rise, progress, and state of the British lying-in hospital, see London. Lying-in hospital for married women

Royal charter for the foundling hospital, see London. Foundling hospital

Scetch [sic] of the general plan, see London. Foundling hospital

Hotchkis, Thomas, C175

Hotman, François <Hotoman; Hotomanus; Hottomanus>, A81; C57, 84

Hottinger, Johann Heinrich <Hottingerus>, A48, 81–2; C133, 204

Hottomamus, see Hotman

Houbigant, Charles François, Racines hebraiques sans points-voyelles, B21; C203 <Dictionarium. Racines hebraiques; Hebraique dictionnaire par racines>

Houghton, John, B15; C51

House of mourning furnished, see Threnoikos

Houser, Henry, C301

Housonus, see Howson, John, bp.

How, John, see Howe, John

Howard, Charles, C225

Howard, John, C114, 217, 301

Howard, Sir Robert, C114, 146

Howe, John <How>, A81, 106, 114; B15; C175, 301; Reconcileableness of God’s præscience, A91

Howe, Thomas, C301

Howell, James, Philanglus, or some sober inspections, C148

Howell, William, A18; B15; C58, 301

Howson, John, bp. <Housonus>, C225

Howson, Robert, Second part of the boy of Bilson <Bilson, second part>, C260

Huber, Marie, World unmasked, or the philosopher the greatest cheat, C127

Huddersford, George <Huddersford>, C225

Huddy, Matthew, C301

Hudson, Samuel, A48

Hudson’s streights, articles of agreement see Articles of agreement for carrying on an expedition

Hues, Robert, A96; C11

Huet, Pierre Daniel, bp. <Huetius>, C94, 114, 175

Hugenius, see Huygens

Huggard, see Hogarde, Miles

Hughes, George, A17

Hughes, Griffith, B15; C71

Hughes, Jabez, C28

Hughes, John, A110; C115, 247

Hughes, Obadiah, C301

Hughes, William, C78

Hugo de Sancto Claro <Hugonis Cardinalis>, A16; C293

Hugo, Hermann, A17

Hugonius, Christian, see Huygens, Christian

Huisseau, Isaac d’, A48

Huit, Ephraim, A108

Hull, John, A48

Hulsemannus, Johann <Hulsmannus>, A48

Hulsius, Antonius, A49, 82; C354

Humane life, disc[ourse] concerning, see Allestree, Richard

Humane society for the recovery of persons apparently drowned, Reports (1783–86), C115

Humble address to the protestant dissenters <Dissenters. Humble address of>, see Lover of truth, pseud.

Humble apology for nonconformists <Nonconformists. Humble apology>, C183

Humble petiton of the Lord Primate [et al.] . . .for erecting English Protestant schools <Ireland. Petition of the Lord Primate>, C225

Humble proposal for obtaining his majesty’s royal charter <Ireland. Proposal>, C225

Hume, Alexander, A48

Hume, David, B15; C58, 94

Humphrey, Laurence <Humfredus>, A81

Humphries, David, C28

Hungary. Account of the kingdom of, or Historical and geographical account of it, see Historical and geographical account of the kingdom of Hungary

Hunnius, Giles, A80–1

Hunt, Jeremiah, C175, 302

Hunt, John, Sermon preached . . . by John Hunt M.A. at his ordination <Sermon at his ordination>, C302

Hunt, Thomas, C133, 236

Hunter, Alexander, Georgical essays, C1

Hunter, David, C175

Hunter, John, C100

Huntington, Robert, bp. <Huntingdon>, A121; C115

Hurd, Richard, bp., C115, 175, 225; Letter to Thomas Leland <Leland, Tho. Letter to him>, C226

Hurrion, John, A121; C175

Hurst, Henry, A81

Hurtado de Mendoza, Pedro <Hurtadius; Hurtadus>, A18; C94

Hurtadus, Thomas <Hurtadius>, A16

Husain ibn ‘Abd Allah (Abu ‘Ah), called Ibn Sina, or Avicenna, A3

Husband, Edward, A48; C115

Huss, Johann, A17

Hussey, Joseph, A108, 110

Hutcheson, Francis, B15; C47, 84, 94; Essay on the nature and conduct of the passions <Passions, essay on their nature>, C94

Hutcheson, George, A16; C175

Hutchinson, Aaron, C302

Hutchinson, Francis, bp. <Hutchinson, Dr.>, A121; B15; C115, 302

Hutchinson, Roger, A81

Hutchinson, Thomas <Hutchinson, Gov.>, B15; C58; Copy of letters sent to England <America. Copy of letters>, C243, 247

Hutchinsonians, a word of advice to them, see Kennicott, William

Hutter, Elias, A16–7

Hutton, Matthew, abp., C302

Hutton, Thomas, A47

Huxham, John, C100, 217

Huygen, Jan, Itinerario, voyage ofte schipvært, A19

Huygens, Christiaan <Hugenius, Christoph.>, A18, 49; C138

Hyde, Thomas, C32, 133; Catalogus librorum, see Oxford University

Hymn to the creator of the world, see Burgh, James

Hymni cum notis . . . Sarishuriensis, see Catholic church

Hymni qui cantantur . . . in eccles. Armeniam, see Armenian church

Hyperius, Gerard André, A16, 81

I

Iamblichus of Calchis <Jamblichus>, A19, 82; C28, 45

Ibbetson, James, C303; Letter to him, occasioned by the foregoing, see Firebrace, John

Ibbot, Benjamin, A121; C176, 303; Answer to the above, see Answer to Dr. Ibbot’s sermon

Ibn Gabirol, Ner mitzvah <Sepher ner mitzvah>, A60

Ibn Yahya, Joseph ben David <Jachiada, Joseph>, C175

Idea of Jansenism (1609, i.e. 1669), see Gale, Theophilus

Idler (1760), see Johnson, Dr. Samuel

Ignatius, St., bp. of Antioch, A49, 56, 82; C45

Ihre, Johann, C41, 116, 204

Iken, Conrad, see Hase, Theodor

Illyricus, Matthias Flacius, see Flacius, Matthias, Illyricus

Imbonati, Carlo Giuseppe <Imbonatus>, C133

Immortality of man’s soule proved <Soul. Immortality>, C335

Impartial history of Michael Servetus <Servetus, Michael, History of>, B22; C29, 207

Imperatorskaia akademiia nauk i khudozhestv, St. Petersburg <Academiæ scientiarum imperialis Petropolitanæ commentarii; Petropolitanæ imperialis scientiarum commentarii>, B5; C150

Importance of the British dominions in India <Britain. Importance of her dominions>, C245

Importance of the Ostend company considered <Ostend company, its importance>, C210

Inauguratio illust. scholæ ac illust. collegii Auriaci . . . in Breda, see Frederick Henry, prince of Orange

Inchofer, Melchior, C116

Incorporated society in Dublin for promoting English Protestant schools, Abstract of the proceedings . . . from the opening of His Majesty’s charter, C222; Brief review of the rise and progress, C222

Indagine, Joannes ab, A19

Independent Whig, see Gordon, Thomas

Index expurgatorius librorum, see Catholic church

Index librorum prohibitorum, see Catholic church

Indostan–History of, see Dow, Alexander

Indoston [sic], history of the military transactions of the British there, see Scrafton, Luke

Inett, John, C66

Infortiatum, see Justinian, Corpus juris civilis

Ingelo, Nathaniel, A19

Ingenhousz, John <Ingenhouz>, C31

Inheritances in fee, law of, see Robinson, Robert

Innocent IX, pope, see Catholic church. Pope Innocent IX

Innoculation, directions concerning, see Directions concerning inoculation

Innoculation of the small pox, as practiced in Boston (16 unidentified tracts), C357

Inquirendum melius, or a sober inquiry, see Alsop, Vincent

Inquiry concerning faith <Faith. An enquiry concerning>, C284

Inquiry into the miracle said to have been wrought in the fifth century <Trinity, tracts relating to it>, C345

Inquiry into the nature and causes of the present disputes <America. Inquiry into the nature and causes>, C243

Inquiry into the spirit and tendency of letters on Theron and Aspasio, see Riccaltoun, Robert

Inquiry whether the study of modern languages be a necessary branch, see Gillies, John

Inquisition (Portuguese) –memoirs of the, see Authentic memoirs of the Portuguese inquisition

Institutiones, see Justinian

Instructor clericalis, see Gardiner, Robert

Insurance, essay towards illustrating the science, see Morris, Corbyn

Intelligencer (1729), C247

Interest of these United Provinces, see Hill, Joseph

Interesting letters relating to the government, liberty and constitution of England, B11

Interiano, Paolo <Interianus>, C58

Introductio brevis ad artem cogitandi, see Perrin, Jean Baptiste

Introduction of the ancient Greek and Latin measures into British poetry <Poetry british [sic], an introduction>, C239

Introductorium astronomicum, see Lefevre, Jacques

Ireland.

Affairs of Ireland set in a true light, see O’Roon, Hellen, pseud.

Case fairly stated, see Leland, John

Ireland in tears, see M’Cleaver, Sawney, Major

Letter occasioned by the above by Drapier, see Swift, Jonathan

Petition of the lord primate, see Humble petition of the Lord Primate

Proceedmgs of the House of Commons, of Ireland, vindicated, see Cox, Sir Richard, bart.

Proposal for obtaining a charter to incorporate a society for promoting Christian knowledge, see Humble proposal

Thoughts on the affairs of Ireland, C248

Irenæus, bp., A19, 106; C45

Isaac Alfasi ben Jacob <Alphesus, R.>, Secundam pars commentarii in partem Talmud, A2

Isaac (Leon) ibn Zur ben Solomon <Leon, Isaac de>, Sepher hamitsboth, A50

Isaacus, Joannes, A50

Isaiah, see Bible

*Isaiah 41, 26. “Who hath declared from the beginning . . .” [Hebrew], C133

Isbrandus, D. Diem., see Diemersbroeck, Isbrandus de

Iscanus, see Joseph of Exeter

Isidore, St., of Pelusium <Isodorus>, A19

Isocrates, A82–3; C16

Italiana biblioteca, see Haym, Nicola Francesco

Italy–a journey to, B15, see Lassels, Richard <Lassel>, Voyage of Italy, or Whatley, Stephen, Rome, Tuscany, and other parts of Italy, a short account

Itinerario, voyage ofte schipvært, see Huygen, Jan

Ives, Edward, C75

J

Jablonski, Daniel Ernest <Jablonski, M.>, C115

Jaccheus, Gilbertus, see Jack, Gilbert

Jachiada, Joseph, see Ibn Yahya, Joseph ben David

Jack, Gilbert <Jaccheus; Jachæus>, A82; C94

Jackson, Arthur, C175

Jackson, John, C34, 175, 302–3

Answer to a book entitled, Things divine and supernatural <Browne, Peter, Answer to his analogy>, C263

Apology for Dr. Samuel Clarke <Clarke, Samuel, Apology for . . .>, C272

Collection of queries <Clarke, Samuel, Collection of queries>, C272

Confutation of the fifth of Mr. Moore’s propositions <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Confutation>, C345

Defence of the plea for human reason <Reason. Defence>, C327

Letter to the Rev. Mr. Jackson occasioned by the foregoing, see Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Jackson

Memoirs of the life and writings, see Sutton, [     ], of Leicester

Plea for humane reason <Reason. Plea for human reason [sic], C327

Second part of the plea for reason <Reason. Second part of the plea>, C327

Jackson, John Baptist, C9

Jackson, Richard, B15; C115

Jackson, Thomas, canon of Canterbury, A19, 49; C176

Jackson, Thomas, dean of Peterborough, A49

Jacob, Giles, C80; Compleat parish officer, C79

Jacob, Henry, Reasons . . . proving a necessitie <Reasons of the necessity of the Reformation in England>, A59

Jacob ben Asher, Mountain of the path of light, C133

Jacobus de Voragine <Voragine, Jac. de>, A97

Jacobus, Rex Angliæ, see James I

Jacomb, George, C303

Jacombe, Thomas <Jacomb>, A49; C176, 303

Jacques, John, C176; Ordination by presbyters prov’d void and null <Ordination by presbyters null and void>, C184

Jalabert, Israel, C247

Jamaica, privileges of that island, vindicated, see Bourke, Nicholas

Jamblichus, see Iamblichus

James I <Jacobus, Rex Angliæ>, A50, 82; C115

Memorials and letters relating to Britain, see Hailes, Sir David Dalrymple, lord, ed.

Narrative history of, see Sparke, Michael

James I and Charles I, annals of, see Frankland, Thomas

James II, List of such of the nobility . . . attainted of high treason, C247

James, Richard, C90

James, Robert, C100

James, Thomas, A49–50; C176

Jameson, William, C176

Jamieson, John <Jamison>, Socinianism unmasked, C303

Jane, Joseph, C303

Janeway, James, C303

Jansenius, Cornelius, bp., A19, 49

January 30th, a week’s preparation for solemnizing, see Week’s preparation for solemnizing

January 30th, discourse on government and religion, see Discourse on government and religion

January 30th, reasons offered to parliament for abrogating the observance of it, see Wyng, John

Japan, history of, see Kæmpfer

Jarchi, Solomon ben Isaac, see Rashi.

Jarrige, Pierre, Further discovery of the mystery of Jesuitism <Jesu societas. Further discovery>, C115

Jeanes, Henry <Jeans>, A49

Jebb, John, C115, 303; Thoughts on the construction and polity of prisons <Prisons, thoughts on them>, C229

Jebb, Samuel, History of the life and reign of Mary Queen of Scots <History of Mary Queen of Scots>, A121

Jefferies, Thomas <Jeffrys>, C75, 225

Jeffery, John, C176

Jeffery, Thomas, C176, 303

Jeffrey of Monmouth, see Geoffrey of Monmouth

Jeffries, John, C115, 225

Jeffrys, Thomas, see Jefferies, Thomas

Jemmat, William, A82

Jenkin, Robert <Jenkins>, A121; B15; C176

Jenks, Benjamin, C176

Jenkyn, William, Celeusma, seu clamor, C211

Jennings, David, B15; C28 (under Mather, Cotton), 49, 69, 129, 176, 234, 303

Jennings, John, B15; C176, 303

Jennings, Soame, see Jenyns, Soame

Jenty, Charles Nicholas, C2

Jenyns, Soame <Jennings>, C94; Objections to the taxation of our American colonies <America. Objections>, C241

Jermin, Michael, A19

Jerome, St. <Hieronymus>, A17; C45

Jerome, Stephen, Arraignment of the whole creature, A35

Jessop, Constantine, C212

Jesu societas, see Jesuits

Jesuitarum patrum mysteria, see Rivet, André

Jesuits <Jesuites; Jesu societas>, C115

Delia cose de Portogallo rapporto a P. P. Gesuiti, see Benincasa, François

Further discovery of the mystery of Jesuitism, see Jarrige, Pierre

Histoire impartiale des Jesuites, see Linguet, Samson Nicolas Henri

Lettres edifiantes et curieuses, see Querbeuf, Yves Mathurin Marie Tréaudet de

Moral practice of the Jesuites, see Du Cambout de Pont Château, Sebastian Joseph

Morale des Jesuites, see Perrault, Nicolas

Nouveaux memoires des missions . . . dans le Levant, see Roger, Alexandre

Raccolta d’apologie edite ed inedited della dottrina (1760), C115

Riflessioni di un Portoghese sopra il memoriale presentato . . . a Clemente XIII, see Tosetti, Urbano

——. Collège de Clermont. Catalogue des livres . . ., C32

Jesus College, Cambridge, see Cambridge University

Jesus, Son of Sirach <Bensyra>, A40

Jesu-worship confuted, see Burton, Henry

Jewell, John, bp. <Juellus>, A19, 82; C116, 176

Joannes de Portugal, A26

Joannes, bp. of Gerona <Gerund, episc.>, C56

Joannes, Campensis, A72

Joannes Grammaticus, Philoponus, see Philoponus

Joannes Sarisburiensis, see John of Salisbury

Jobert, Louis, Knowledge of medals <Medals, knowledge of>, C130

Joel &Malachi, see Bible

Johannes Damascenus, see Damascenus

John, Chrysostom, St., A9, 72, 74; C44

John of Glastonbury (under Hearne, Thomas), C5

John of Salisbury <Joannes Sarisburiensis>, C116

John, Pawlet St., see St. John, Pawlet

Johnson, Ben., see Jonson, Ben

Johnson, Francis <Jonson>, A49

Johnson, John, C78

Johnson, Richard, C136

Johnson, Dr. Samuel, C28, 158 (under Browne, Sir The), 204, 247

Constitution defended, and pensioner exposed, in remarks on The false alarm, see Scott, John

Life of Richard Savage, B22 <under Savage>; C28

Idler (1760), B15; C115

Letter to Dr. Johnson, on the false alarm, see Wilkes, John

Rambler, B21; C122

Johnson, Rev. Samuel, C52, 116, 304

Julian the apostate <Julian, the apostate, life of>, B15; C28

Remarks on Mr. Johnsons Scripture doctrine, see Hallett, Joseph

Johnson, Thomas, Essay on moral obligation <Morality. Essay on moral obligation>, C317

Johnson, William, A83

Johnston, Arthur <Johnstonus>, C142

Johnston, George <Johnston, Gen.>, C304

Johnston, John <Jonstonus>, A19, 83; C71

Johnston, William, C304

Jollie, Thomas, Surey demoniack, or an account <Surrey demoniac . . .>, C339; Vindication of the Surey demoniack <Surrey demoniac, vindication of>, C339

Joma. Codex Talmudicus, tr. Robert Sheringham, A49; C134

Jones, Bassett, Hermeologium, C136

Jones, David, C304; Compleat history of the Turks, B25 <Turks–manners and religion of the>; C63 <Turks, compleat hist. of>

Jones, Jeremiah, A121; B15; C176

Jones, John, C142

Catholic faith and practice, C267

Farther appeal to the unprejudiced judgment <North American Indians. Further appeal in their behalf>, C320

Free and candid disquisitions relating to the church of England <Candid disquisitions . . .>, B9; C170

Jones, Jonathan, C304; Defence of the Bp. in answer to the above, see Smalbroke, Richard, bp.

Jones, Rowland, C116

Jones, Thomas, C304; Religious remembrancer, C328

Jones, Sir William, C138, 176, 248, 304; Dissertation sur la literature orientale <Oriental literature, dissertation sur elle>, C236

Jonin, Gilbert <Joninus>, A82

Jonson, Ben <Johnson>, C131

Jortin, John, B15; C28, 66, 176, 304

José de Sancta Maria, O. P. <Josephus>, A19

Joseph of Exeter <Iscanus>, C142

Joseph, Pet., see Pierre de St. Joseph

Josephus, Flavius <Josephus Ben Gorion; Josippon>, A19, 50, 83; B15; C70

Journal abregé de ce qui c’est passé en la ville <Marseille, journal de ce qui c’est passé>, C118

Journal de ce qui c’est passé à Gênes (1749–52), C116

Journal encyclopédique ou universel (1775–82), C87

Journal of what happened at Genoa <Genoa, journal of what happened there>, C224

Jovius, Paulus, see Giovio, Paolo

Joyful newesfrom the king <King, joyful newes from him>, C225

Judah, ha-Levi, Liber Cosri, A40; C132

Judgment of the ancient Jewish church, see Allix, Peter

Judgment of whole kingdoms and nations, see Vox populi, vox dei, being true maxims of government

Judicium discretionis, see Wilson, Thomas, of Canterbury

Juellus, John, see Jewell

Julian, the Apostate, Emperor of Rome <Julianus, Flavius Claudius>, A80; C16; Life of, see Johnson, Rev. Samuel

Julianus, Flavius Claudius, see Julian, the Apostate, Emperor of Rome

Julius Cæsar, see Cæsar

Julius Pollux, see Pollux

Junius, Francis, A19; C5, 52, 177, 204

Junius, Joannes, A82

Junius, Melchior, C116

Junius, Steph., pseud., see Languet, Hubert

Junius Americanus, pseud., see Lee, Arthur

Jure, see St. Jure, Jean Baptiste

Jurin, James, C217

Justamond, John Obadiah, tr., see Louis XV, king of France

Justice, Alexander, General treatise of monies and exchanges <Monies and exchanges, general treatise of>, C37

Justice and necessity of taxing the American colonies <America. Justice and necessity>, C242

Justice of the peace, survey of his office, see Sheppard, William

Justice of the present establishment of law <Succession. Justice of the present establishment>, C252

Justice, treatise on distributive, see Treatise of distributive justice

Justin Martyr, see Justinus

Justinian, Corpus juris civilis <Institutiones; Digestum vetus; Codicis Justiniani>, A9, 10, 12 (under Dayoz, Steph.), 19; B15; C77; Digestum novum, seu Pandectæ <Infortiatum>, A12, 19; Volumen parvum, A19

Justinianus, see Giustiniani

Justinus <Justin Martyr>, A19, 67, 82, 114, 117; B15; C16, 45 (and under Reeves, Wm.)

Justus, Theocritus, pseud., see Van Laren, Daniel

Juvenal, A31, 83, 117; B15; C16

Juvenis, Joannes, C58

K

Kæmpfer, Engelbert, B15; C71

Kahl, John, C77

Kaim, see Kames

Kalendar of the statutes, see Great Britain, Laws, etc.

Kallwitz, see Calvisius, Sethus

Kalm, Peter, C75

Kals, Johann Wilhelm <Kals, J. G.>, C52

Kames, Henry Home, lord <Home>, B15; C114; Historical law-tracts, C80

Karo, Joseph ben Ephraim <Abli, Abrham, rabbi; Albaz, Jacob, rabbi; Caro>, A83

Book of the holy temple <Albaz . . . Book of the holy temple>, C132

Magid mesharim <Book declaring things that are right>, C132

Shulhan arukh <Abli . . . Book of the shields of earth>, C132

Keach, Benjamin, C356

Keate, George, B15; C116

Keble, Joseph <Keeble, Joh.>, ed., see Great Britain, Laws, etc.

Keckermann, Bartholomew, A20, 83; C88, 116

Keeble, Joh., see Keble, Joseph

Keeling, Bartholomew, C304

Keene, Edmund, bp., C304

Keill, James <Keil, Jacobus>, C100

Keill, John <Keil>, B15; C11, 138

Keislingius, see Kiesling, Johann Rudolf

Keith, George, C177; Reply to a script of his, see Willard, Samuel

Keith, Sir William, Two papers on the subject of taxing the British colonies <America. Two papers>, C242

Keith, William, C58

Kelsey, Joseph <Kelsy>, C304

Kempiana, vetustatis monumenta, see Ainsworth, Robert

Kempis, Thomas a, A83; C177

Kendall, George, A20

Kennedy, John, C34

Kennett, Basil <Kennet>, B16; C5, 28, 177

Kennett, White, bp. <Kennet>, C32, 58, 116, 225, 304–5

Compleat history of England, A18; B16

Dr. Snape instructed in some matters relating to convocations <Snape, Andrew, instructed in some matters . . .>, C335

Letter to the bishop of Carlisle, C248

Life, see Newton, William

Second letter to the bishop of Carlisle <Letter, second to him>, C248

Kennicott, Benjamin, B16; C41, 225, 305

Kennicott, William, Word of advice to the Hutchinsonians <Hutchinsonians, a word of advice to them>, C302

Kenrick, William, C204

Grand question debated <Soul is not, nor can it be, immortal>, C235

Reply to the grand question debated <Soul is, & must be immortal>, C235

Kent, good newes from, see Good newes from Kent

Kepler, Johannes <Kepplerus>, A83; C354 (under Gassendus) ed. Rudolphinæ tabulæ, A28

Ker, John, C136

Kerroux, Louis Gabriel Florence, C58

Kersey, John, A20

Kettle well, John, C177

Keysler, Johann Georg, B16; C6, 75

Kiddell, John, C305

Kidder, Richard, bp. <Bath and Wells>, A109, 114; B16; C177, 305

Kiesling, Johann Rudolf <Keislingius>, C236

Kilbourn, Robert <Kilborne>, C305

Kiliani, Cornelis <Killanus Dufflæus>, A83

Killingworth, Grantham, C305

Kimber, Isaac, Life of Oliver Cromwell, A109

Kimchi, David, A20, 83; see also Bible (under Joel and Malachi)

Kimedoncus, Jacobus, A50

Kinchjohn, C305

King, Arnold, C305

King, Dr., see King, William, abp.

King, Edward, B16; C84

King, James, C305

King, John, bp., A50

King, John Glen, C66

King, Josiah, C116

King, Peter King, lord <King, Sir Peter>, B16; C66, 177; Enquiry into the constitution &c. of the primitive church <Constitution &c. of the primitive church>, A100

King, Richard, C305

King, William, abp., B16; C94, 225; King, Dr., letter to him, see Letter to Dr. [William] King

King, joyful newes from him, see Joyful newes from the king

King’s case, against Alexander Broadfoot, see Foster, Sir Michael

Kingston, Richard, God’s sovereignty practically discoursed on, A79

Kippis, Andrew, C305

Kircher, Athanasius, A20; C133

Kircher, Conrad, A50; C38

Kirchmann, Johann, C6

Kirkpatrick, James, Historical essay upon the loyalty of Presbyterians <Presbyterians, historical essay of their royalty [sic]>, C121

Kirstenius, Peter, C52

Kirwan, Richard, C36

Kis, Stephanus, Szegedius <Szegedius; Szejedinus>, A29; C195

Klcmmen, Johann Christian, Schediasma irenicum, i.e., Confessio <Confessio necessaria in fide ecclesiarum protestantium>, C212

Klippel, Gottfried, Dissertatio [historico-critica] de Zacharia, C305

Knaggs, Thomas, C305

Knatchbull, Sir Norton, C41; Animadversiones in libros Novi Testamenti, A66

Knight, Gowin, C215

Knight, Henry, C177, 305

Knight, Samuel, C26 (under Colet), 28

Knight, William, A20

Knolles, Richard, C58

Knox, John <Knoxe>, A83; B16; C67, 305; History of the information, A17, 48

Knox, Robert, B16; C75

Knox, William, Appendix to the present state of the nation <Nation, appendix to the present state>, C250

Claim of the colonies to exemption from internal taxes <America. Claim of the colonies>, C241

Controvery between Great Britain and her colonies reviewed, C146

Letter to a member of parliament <America. Letter . . .>, C241

Present state of the nation <Nation, present state of it>, C250

Kœllin, Conradus, A20

Königliche Museen, Berlin.

Münzkabinett. Thesaurus selectu, sive gemmarum et numismatum Græcorum, comp. Lorenz Beger, C129 (under Begerus)

Kolben, Peter, B16; C75

Komensky, Jan Amos, see Comenius, Johann Amos

Konig, Georgius, A50

Koran, see Sale, George

Krafft, Georg Wolfgang <Kraft>, C225

Kraus, Christian, Recentiores de anima controversiæ <Soul. Recentiores>, C335

Krause, Christoph, C212

Kriegsman, W. Christoph <Kriegsmannus>, C226

L

L . . . le, J., Letter to the author of the Short and faithful account of the life of Thomas Chubb, C207 (under Chubb)

La Bassecour, Fabrice de <Bassecour>, A70

Labbé, Philippe, C136

La Bellière, Claude de <Bellieri, M. de la>, A71

La Boëtie, Stéphane de, C82

La Bruyère, Jean de, C107

Lacombe, François, C204

Lactantius Firmianus <Lanctantius>, A20, 84; C45

Lacy, John, A101; Grand delusion of Christians touching the ways of God revealing himself <Delusion of Christians relating to prophecy>, A120

Ladensium autokatakrisis, see Baillie, Robert

La Doüespe, Samuel de, C166

Laertius, Diogenes, see Diogenes Laertius

Læt, Janus de, C49, 116

La Faye, Antoine de <Fayus>, A45, 78

Lafitau, Joseph François, C116

Lafontaine, Jean de <Fontaine>, C112

La Framboisière, Nicolas Abraham de <Frambesarius>, A79; C90, 98

La Fuente, Gaspar de <Fuente>, A45

Lagrave, [     ], Dissertation critique sur 2 Sam. xxiii. 3.4.5, C284

La Haye, Carolus de, Doctrinæ antiquæ de natura animæ <Doctrina antiqua>, A76

La Haye, Jean de <Hay>, A106

La Hontan, Armand Louis de <Hontan, Baron la>, B16; C75

Lake, Osmund <Lakus, Osmand>, A20

Lakemacher, Johann Gottfried, C52

Lakner, Christoph <Laknerus, Christof.>, C116

Lakus, Osmand, see Lake, Osmund

La Lande, Joseph Jérome <Lande>, C10–11, 75; Voyage en Italie <Voyage d’Italie>, B25

Lambarde, William, C58, 81

Lambe, John, C305–6

Lambert, François <Scilambertus, Fran.>, A83, 92

Lambert, Ralph, C306

Lambinus, Dionysius, A51

La Mettrie, Julien Offay de, Homme machine, C94

La Monnoye, Bernard de, C29

La Mothe le Vayer, François <Tubero, Oratius>, C125–26

La Motte, Guillaume <Motte>, C101

Lampadius, Johann, C58

Lampe, Friedrich Adolf, C6

Lamy, Bernard, C41, 70

Lancashire Levite rebuked, or a further defence, see Carrington, John

Lancashire Levite rebuked, or an answer, see Carrington, John

Lancaster, Peter, C306

Lancaster, William, C306

Lancaster and York, union of those houses, see Halle, Edward

Lancelot, Claude <Port-Royal, Messrs. de>, Nouvelle methode pour apprendre facilement la langue grecque, C52

Nouvelle methode pour apprendre . . . la langue latine C52, 53 <Rudimens, nouveaux, de langue latine>

Primitives of the Greek tongue, tr. Thomas Nugent, C136

Land bank’s settlement established, see Settlement of the land bank

Lande, see La Lande, Joseph Jérome

Landen, John, C215

Laney, Benjamin, C306

Lang, Carl Heinrich <Langius>, C306

Langdon, Samuel, C177, 306

Lange, Joseph <Langius>, A84; C116

Lange, Joachim <Langius>, A101

Langeveldt, Georg van <Macropedius>, C117

Langford, Abraham (various sale catalogues), C32

Langford, William, C306

Langham, William, A51; C31

Langhorn, Daniel, C6

Langhorne, John, B20 (under Plutarchus); C19 (under Plutarchus), 28, 29 (under Plutarch)

Langhorne, William, B20 (under Plutarchus); C19 (under Plutarchus), 28, 29 (under Plutarch)

Langius, Carolus Henricus, see Lang, Carl Heinrich

Langius, David Christian, C306

Langius, Joachim, see Lange, Joachim

Langius, Joseph, see Lange, Joseph

Langius, Wilhelm <Langus>, A51

Langland, William, Vision of Piers Ploughman <Pierce>, A56

Langrish, Browne, C100

Langtoft, Peter (under Hearne), C5

Language, English, refections on it, see Baker, Robert

Languet, Hubert <Junius, Steph.>, Vindicitæ contra tyrannos, A83; C84

Langus, Wilhelm, see Langius, Wilhelm

Langwith, Benjamin, C130

Lansberghe, Jacobus van <Lansbergius>, A51

Lansberghe, Philipp van <Lansbergius>, A50–1

Lansdowne, George Granville, baron <Lord Lansdowne’s letter>, C214

Laonicus, see Chalcondylas, Laonicus

La Peyrère, Isaac de, Men before Adam, C182

Lapide, Cornelius à <Cornelius>, A20; C164

La Place, Josué de <Placæus>, A55–7

La Primaudaye, Pierre de <Primaudaye>, A57

Lardner, Nathaniel, A122; B16; C177, 306; Memoirs of the life . . . of Nathaniel Lardner, C28

La Roche, Jean Baptiste Louis de, abbé, Critique de l’esprit des loix, C83

La Rochefoucauld, François, duc de <Rochefoucault>, B22; C122

La Rovière, Pierre de, ed., Poetæ Græcæ veteres, A115

Larroque, Mathieu de, C177; Observationes in Ign[atianas] Pears[onii] Vindicias, A122

Las Casas, Bartholomæus, Tears of the Indians (under Phillips, John), C61

Lasco, Jan a <Laski>, A83

Lasena, Pietro, C6

Lasitius, Joannes <Lasilius, Joan.>, A84

Laski, Jan, see Lasco, Jan a

Lassels, Richard <Lassel>, C75; Voyage of Italy <Italy–a journey to>, B15. See also Whatley, Stephen

Late occurrences in North America <America. Late occurrences>, C241, 242

Laterriere, Peter de Sales <Terriere>, C218

Latham, Ebenezer, C306

Lathrop, John, C306

Lathrop, Joseph, C307

Larimer, Hugh, bp., C177

Latine tongue, a short introduction of grammar for, see Lily, William

Latini, Brunetto <Brunet, M.>, Tresor (MS.), A6

La Touche, James Digges, Anglia restaurata; or the advantages that must accrue, C209; Excidium Anglia; or the fatal consequences <Britain. Angliæ excidium>, C209

La Touche, Nicolas de, Art de bien parler francois <François, l’art de bien parler>, C51

Laud, William, abp., A20; C177; Life of, see Prynne, William

Lauder, William, C142, 238

Pandemonium, a poem, see Philalethes, pseud.

Progress of envy, a poem, see under title

Laughton, Richard, C306

Laugier, Marc Antoine, C58

Launeus, Gulielmus, see Calvin, Jean, Institutiones religionis Christiani . . . epitome

Laurence, John, C307

Laurence, Thomas, C71

Laurentius, And., see Du Laurens, Andreas

Laurentius, Jacobus, C177

Laus Deo! The Worcester collection of sacred harmony <Worcester collection>, C128

Laval, Antoine Jean de, C75

Laval, Étienne Abel, C67

Lavater, Louis, A20, 50, 101

Lavington, George, bp., C178, 307

Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent, C36

Law, Edmund, bp., C178, 233

Considerations on the propriety of requiring subscription <Subscription. Considerations>, C338

Observations occasioned by the contest about literary property <Literary property. Observations>, C226

Law, John, C37

Law, William, B16; C128, 178, 307

Law of nature and revelation, enquired into, see Enquiry into the law

Lawrence, Henry, C178

Lawrence, Roger, Lay-baptism invalid, C178

Lawrence, Thomas, C28

Lawson, George, A21, 83; C178

Lawsonjohn, B16; C149

Lawyer out lawed, see L’Estrange, Sir Roger

Layard, Daniel Peter, C100

Lay-baptism invalid, see Lawrence, Roger

Layer, Christopher, C147

Laymannus, Paulus <Laymann>, A20

Layton, Dr., see Leighton, Alexander

Layton, Henry, Argument concerning the humane souls separate subsistence <Soul. Argument concerning a separate subsistence>, C335; Observations on Dr. Manlove’s Treatise <Manlove, Timothy, Observations on his Treatise>, C311

Lazare, M., see Malingre, Claude, sieur de Saint Lazare

Lazeri, Pietro, C226

Lead, Jane, A122

Leake, Stephen Martin, C130

Learning, Jeremy, C307

Leases for cathedral churches and colleges, tables for renewing and purchasing them and . . . value of them, see Newton, Sir Isaac

Leaver, see Lever, Thomas

Leavesley, Thomas, C307

Leblanc de Beaulieu, Ludovicus <Blanc, Ludov.; Le Blanc, Lewis>, A5; C178

Le Cat, Claude Nicolas <Cat>, B9; C93

Leclerc, Daniel <Clerc>, C55, 97

Leclerc, Jean <Clerc; Clericus; Le Clerc>, A11, 109, 113; C41, 65, 88, 109, 138, 178

Bibliothéque ancienne et moderne, C87

Bibliothéque universelle et historique (1686–93), C87

M. le Clerc’s judgment of the rights of the Christian church <Church. M. le Clerc’s judgment>, C211

Le Coq, Théodore, Lettre sure le changement de religion de M. Cottiby <Lettre escrite a Monsieur le Coq>, A83

Lectius, Jacobus, ed., Poette veteres, carminis Græci heroici, scriptores, A115

Lectureships, letter to a Bp. concerning them, see Francklin, Thomas

Leddoze, George, His examination, see Examination of George Leddoze

Ledesma, Pedro de <Leidesma>, A21

Le Duchat, Timothée <Ducatius, Timoth.>, A75

Lee, Arthur <Junius Americanus>, C248; Observations on the “Review of the controversy” <America. Observations>, C243

Lee, Francis, History of Montanism, A121

Lee, Henry, C178

Lee, James, C31

Lee, Samuel, A21; Antichristi excidium, C153

Leech, Humfrey, A83

Leechman, William, B16; C178, 307

Lefevre, Jacques, Introductorium astronomicum, C19

Le Fèvre d’Étaples, Jacques <Stapulensis, Jac.>, A45, 78, 107

Le Fèvre de la Boderie, Gui <Boderianus; Fabricius, Guido>, A7; C203

Lefort de la Mormière, Adrien Claude, Temple de paresse, comédie, C221

Vapeurs, comédie, C221

Le François, Alexandre <François, M. le>, C98

Lefroy, Anthony, C130

Leges, sive statuta academiæ Cantabrigiensis, see Cambridge University

Leges, sive statuta collegii Jesu, see Cambridge University. Jesus College

Legislative authority of the British parliament with respect to North America <America. Legislative authority>, C242

Le Grand, Antoine <Grand>, A47

Le Grice, Charles, Case of C. Le Grice <His case>, C307

Lehmann, Johann Gottlieb, C71

Leiberkuhn, J. Nath., see Lieberkuhn, John Nathaniel

Leibnitz, Gottfried Wilhelm, baron, C94

Leiden, see Leyden

Leidesma, Pet. de, see Ledesma, Pedro de

Leigh, Edward, A20–1, 50; C42, 178

Leigh, Gerard, C54

Leighton, Alexander <Layton, Dr.>, C178

Leighton, Robert, abp., B16; C178

Leland, John, B16; C6, 28, 116, 142, 178; Case fairly stated <Ireland. Case fairly stated>, C248

Leland, Thomas, B16; C58, 149, 226; Letter to him on his dissertation on eloquence, see Hurd, Richard, bp.

Le Long, Jacques, C42

Le Mercier, André <Mercier>, C67

Lemery, Nicholas, C36, 90

Lemoine, Abraham, C179

L’Empereur, Constantine, C70, 236

Lenfant, Jacques, B6 (under Beausobre), 16; C39 (under Beausobre), 67

Leng, John, bp., A122; C179, 307

Lennox, Charlotte, C134 (under Brumoy); Memoirs of the Duc de Sully <Sully, duke of, Memoirs>, B24; C30

Le Noir, Jean, Rome a la mode, A91

Leon, Isaac de, see Isaac (Leon) ibn Zur ben Solomon

Leonard, Abiel, C307

Leonus, Dominicus <Leoni>, A84

Le Page du Pratz, M. <Pratz, M. le Page du>, C75

Leslie, Charles <Lesly>, C179, 307; Finishing stroke, C83

Lessius, Leonardus, A21, 83

L’Estrange, Sir Roger, Lawyer outlawed, C226

Letherland, Joseph, Notts breves in dissertationum nuper editæ, C218

Leti, Gregorio, Conclavi de’pontifici Romani, C65

History of the cardinals, A17

Nipotismo di Roma, C60, 123 <Roma, nipotismo di>

Letter from a gentleman describing . . . Nova Scotia, see Hollingsworth, S.

Letter from a gentleman in Edinburgh . . . concerning literary property <Literary property. Letter from a gentleman>, C226

Letter from a lady to the bishop of London <Letter to the bp. of London from a lady>, C308

Letter from a member of parliament to his friend, see Bath, William Pulteney, earl of

Letter from a person of distinction to the Rt. Hon. J[ohn] E[arl] of E[gmont], C248

Letter from a Rt. Hon. person, see Beckford, William and Francis, Philip

Letter from a travelling tutor <Travelling tutor’s letter>, C252

Letter from Amsterdam, to a friend in England <Amsterdam, letter from thence>, C244

Letter from farmer Trusty to . . . Sir W. Worthy, see Trusty, John, pseud.

Letter from one in the country to his friend in Boston <Boston, letter from one in the country>, C244

Letter from the elephant to the people of England <Elephant’s letter>, C222

Letter from Theophilus to Gaius, see Fleming, Caleb, Theophilus to Gaius

Letter occasioned by the above by Draper, see Swift, Jonathan

Letter on the necessity of a standing land force, see Letter to the duke. Concerning the standing force necessary

Letter, Remarks on the above, see Moore, John, bp.

Letter, second to him [the bishop of Carlisle], see Kennett, White

Letter to a bp. concerning important discoveries, see Forbes, Duncan

Letter to a dissenter in Exeter, C307 Remarks on the above, see Moore, John

Letter to a friend wherein is endeavoured a reconciliation <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Letter to a friend>, C343

Letter to a gentleman in the commission of the peace, C226

Letter to a goodly Christian, see Delmé, Philippe

Letter to a lady, wherein the canonical authority of his Gospel is defended <Matthew, St. Canonical authority defended>, C314

Letter to a member of Parliament concerning the present state of affairs, C248

Letter to a member of Parliament, wherein the power of the british [sic] legislature <America. Letter . . .>, C241

Letter to a member of the House of commons, in answer to a book entitled a letter to the catholics of England, C226

Letter to a member of the House of commons in Ireland, see Grattan, James

Letter to an honourable brigadier general, commander in chief of His Majesty’s forces in Canada <Letter to the brigadier general>, C226

Letter to Bishop Pearce, see Graham, William

Letter to Dr. Johnson, on The false alarm, see Wilkes, John

Letter to Dr. [William] King <King, Dr., Letter to him>, C305

Letter to Mr. Robinson, see Saunders, Samuel

Letter to Sir J. Phillips, see Anglo-Nativus, pseud.

Letter to the author of a book entituled an enquiry <Soul. Letter to the author>, C335

Letter to the bishop of Carlisle, see Kennett, White, bp.

Letter to the bishop of London from a lady, see Letter from a lady to the bp. of London

Letter to the bp. of London, occasioned by his pastoral letter, see Asplin, William

Letter to the brigadier general, see Letter to an honourable brigadier general

Letter to the duke. Concerning the standing force necessary <Letter on the necessity of a standing land force>, C248

Letter to the earl of Hillsborough on the connexion <America. Letter to the E. of Hillsborough>, C243

Letter to the gentlemen of the committee of London merchants <America. Letter to the committee>, C241

Letter to the late recorder of N[ewcastle?], C226

Letter to the lord archbishop of Canterbury <Canterbury, letter to the abp of>, C220

Letter to the lord mayor on his lordship’s nomination, see Chandler, Samuel

Letter to the people of England, see Shebbeare, John

Letter to the protestant dissenters relating to the too great neglect of family worship <Letter to the protestant dissenters upon>, C307

Letter to the Reverend Dr. Snape, wherein the authority of the Christian priesthood, <Snape, Andrew, Letter to him wherein . . .>, C335

Letter to the Rev. Messrs. Tong, Robinson, Smith and Reynolds, see Saunders, Samuel

Letter to the Rev. Mr. Colden, see Fleming, Caleb

Letter the Rev. Mr. John Jackson occasioned by his Remarks on Dr. Middleton’s Free inquiry, C303 (under Jackson)

Letter to the right honourable the earl of Hillsborough on the present situation of affairs in America <America. Letter to the same>, C243

Letter to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of St. Asaph’s <Hare, Francis, Letter to Bp Hare, concerning the above>, C296

Letter to the vicar of St. Aldate’s [sic], C307

Letter to Thomas Burnet <Burnet, Gilbert. Letter to Tho. Burnet>, C213

Letter upon literary property, see Warburton, William, bp.

Lettere familiari d’alcuni Bolognesi, see Fabri, Domenico

Letters and messages between K. Geo. II & the Prince of Wales, see George II

Letters between Col. R. Hammond and the committee, see Hammond, Robert

Letters between the Ld. George and Sr. Kenelme Digby, see Bristol, George Digby, earl of

Letters concerning the present state of England <English nation, letters concerning its present state>, C110

Letters concerning the present state of the French nation <French nation, letters concerning its present state>, C112

Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania, see Dickinson, John

Letters in the original with translations, see George II

Letters of an Englishman, in which the principles, and conduct, of the Rockingham party are examined <Conduct of the Rockingham administration examined>, C146

Letters on the spirit of patriotism, see Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, viscount

Letters on Theron & Aspasio, see Sandeman, Robert

Letters, 3 private, from persons of distinction, see Three private letters

Letters to a friend concerning assent, see Wroe, Caleb

Letters to his majesty’s secretaries of state, see Reply of the ministers of the several Roman Catholic states

Letters to Lord Hillsborough, see Downshire, Wills Hill, 1st marquis of

Letters to the author of a plain account of the nature and design of the Lord’s supper, see Letters to the right reverend author

Letters to the ministry from Gov. Bernard, see Bernard, Sir Francis, bart.

Letters to the right reverend author of a plain account <Letters to the author of a plain account>, C308

Letters, two, one from a lady to a friend, see Two letters. One from a lady

Letters which passed between Count Gullenhorg, the barons Gortz, Sparre, and others, see Gyllenborg, Carl, count

Lettre escrite a Monsieur le Coq, see Le Coq, Théodore

Lettres édifiantes et curieuses, see Querbeuf, Yves Mathurin Marie Tréaudet de

Leusden, Jan, A51, 83–4; C42, 52, 70

Lever, Thomas <Leaver>, C307

Levesque de Pouilly, Louis Jean <Pouilly>, Théorie des sentimens agréables, C95, 354

Levita, see Elias Levita

Lewis <Lewes> of Granada, see Luis

Lewis XV, see Louis XV

Lewis, Edward, B16; C28

Lewis, Jeremiah, A83

Lewis, John, B16; C42

Lewis, Thomas, A122; B16; C70

Lewis, William, B16; C9, 36, 90, 100 (under Hoffman), 217

Lexicon græcum, see Hesychius, of Alexandria

Ley, John, Discourse concerning Puritans, A43

Ley, les termes de la, see Rastell, William

Leybourne, William <Leyburn>, A51; C91

Leyden. University. Censura in confessionem Remonstrantium <Professorum Leidensium censura>, A55–6

Collegium quartum disputati theologici, A72

Nomenclator autorum omnium quorum libri extant in bibliotheca, A54

Specimen calumniarum <Professorum Leidensium specimen>, A55

See also Synopsis purioris theologiæ and Gomar, Franz

Leyser, Polycarp <Leysenus>, C308

L’Honoré, Samuel François, Guide des voyageurs en Hollande <Holland. Guide des voyageurs>, C48

Lhuyd, Edward, C6

Liber Cosri, see Judah, ha-Levi

Liberties British, with an essay on political liberty, see British liberties

Liberty and conscience, principles of, stated and defended, see Wishart, William

Liberty and fee inquiry, cause of, asserted, see Cause of liberty and free inquiry

Liberty and independency, see Campbell, John

Liberty and right, see Campbell, John

Liberty of conscience, discourse concerning, see Pett, Sir Peter

Liberty, or a British philippic, see Akenside, Mark

Library, young student’s, see Dunton, John

Liceti, Fortunio <Licetus; Lycheti>, A20–1, 51; C6

Licques, David, Histoire de la vie de messire Philippes de Mornay, A48

Liddel, Duncan <Liddelius>, A84

Lieberkuhn, John Nathaniel <Leiberkuhn>, C217

Liechthenaw, Conradus a, A21

Lieutaud, Joseph, C2, 100

Life of Bishop White Kennett, see Newton, William

Life of God in the soul of man, see Scougal, Henry

Life of Madame de Maintenon <Maintenon, Madame de, Life of>, B17; C28

Lightfoot, John, A20, 50–1, 84, 106; C179; Horæ Hebraicæ et Talmudicæ, A48

Lighting colomne, see Colom, Jacob Ærtsz

Lillo, George, B16

Lillie, William, see Lily

Lilly, John, C81

Lilly, William, A51

Lily, William, A84

Plain exposition of Lillie’sgrammar <Grammar, plain exposition of Lillie’s>, C354

Short introduction of grammar for the Latine tongue <Latine tongue, short introduction of grammar>, C52

Lima, relation of the earthquake, see Lozano, Pedro

Limborch, Philip van, B16; C67, 116, 179

Limestreet sermons, see Twenty-six sermons preached in Limestreet

Lincolnshire, true intelligence from thence, see M., P.

Lindanus, Willem, A21

Lindenbrog, Friedrich <Lindenborg>, C81

Lindsay, Henry, C308

Lindsey, Theophilus, C179

Ling, Nicholas, Politeuphuia, C120

Linguet, Samson Nicolas Henri, Histoire impartial des Jésuites <Jesuites. Histoire>, C58

Linnæus, Carolus <Linneus>, B16; C31, 217, 226

Linnen bill, facts and observations relative to its fate, see Bruce, William

Lintrensis, Barth. Petr., see Petrus, Bartholomæus, of Lintre

Lipmannus, rabbi, see Mulhausen, Yom Tov Lipmann

Lipsius, Justus, A84; C16, 47

Lirinensis, see Vincent, St., of Lerins

Lisbon, account of the earthquake, see Account of the late dreadful earthquake

List of such of the nobility . . . attainted of high treason <James I. List>, C247

Lister, Martin, C100

Literary property.

Consid. on its nature and origin, see Dreghorn, John Maclaurin, lord

Enquiry into its origin and nature, see Enquiry into the origin and nature Letter from a gentleman in Edinburgh, C226

Letter from an author to a member of parliament, see Warburton, William, bp.

Letter upon it, see Warburton, William, bp.

Observations occasioned by the contest about it, see Law, Edmund, bp.

Thoughts on the state of it, see Donaldson, Alexander

Lithgow, William, A51

Littleton, Thomas, C81

Liturgia, sen liber precum communium, see Church of England. Liturgy and ritual

Liturgy . . . for the use of the first episcopal church in Boston, see Protestant Episcopal Church in the U. S. A. Diocese of Massachusetts. Book of Common Prayer

Liturgy.

Account of the proceedings of the commissioners, see Church of England. Commissioners for the review of the Book of common prayer

Brief view of Dr. Gauden’s considerations, see Crofton, Timothy

Christian, or a devout and rational form, see Overall, John

Objection drawn from the act of union, C308

Petition for peace and Petition to the king, see Baxter, Richard

True and perfect copy of the disputation, C308

Two papers of proposals, see Baxter, Richard

Lives of the French philosophers, see Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de

Livingston, William, C221, 308

Livius, A21, 117–8; B16; C16

Livre petit du chretien, see Catholic church. Petit livre du Chrétien

Llovd, Charles, Conduct of the late ministry examined, C242 <America. Conduct of the late administration>, 249 <Ministry’s conduct>; History of the conduct of the late ministry <America. History of the conduct>, C241

Lloyd, Pierson, C215

Lobb, Samuel, C308

Lobb, Theophilus, A122; C179

Lobo, Jerome, B16; C75

Locamerus, Georgius David, A110

Loccenius, Johann, C84

Locke, John, A106; B16; C84, 117

Abstract of Locke’s essay (by Gilbert, John <Gilbert, Jeffrey>), C233

Common-place book to the Holy Bible, A116; C164

Further considerations concerning raising the value of money <Coin. Further considerations>, C209

Some considerations about the raising of coin, C37 <Considerations about>, 209 <Coin. Considerations on>

Thoughts upon education, C222 <Education. Thought relating to it>, C233 <Education, thoughts upon it>

Locke, Samuel, C308

Lockman, John, B16; C117

*Locutionum Græcarum formulæ (lacks title page) [n.d.], A84

Lœscher, Caspar <Lœscherus>, C308

Lösel, Johann <Loselius, Jo.>, C100

Logarithmical arithmetick, see Briggs, Henry

Logic, or the art of thinking, see Arnauld, Antoine and Nicole, Pierre

Loix, les civiles, see Pétion de Villeneuve, Jérôme

Lom, Josse van <Lommius>, C100

Lombard, Daniel, C214

Lombard, Peter, bp. <Lombardus>, A83; Glossa ordinaria in 4 evangelia (MS.), A14

Lommius, see Lom

London. City law, C79

——. Foundling hospital.

Memorial concerning erecting an orphanatory in London <Hospitals. Memorial conc. erecting>, C224

Royal charter <Hospitals. Royal charter>, C224

Regulations <Hospitals. Regulations>, C225

Scetoh [sic] of the general plan for executing the purposes of the Foundling hospital <Hospitals. Scetoh>, C225

——. Lying-in hospital for married women. Rise, progress and state of the British lying-in hospital <Hospitals. Rise, progress, and state>, C225

——. Medical society. Medical observations, C100; Medical transactions, C100; Memoirs, C100; Practice of physick, C100

——. Royal college of physicians.

Impartial enquiry into the legal constitutions of the College of physicians, C221; Pharmacopæia Londinensis collegiarum, A90; C90 <Pharmacopeia>

——. Royal society, see Royal society of London

——. St. Luke’s hospital for lunatics, Reasons for the establishment . . . of St. Luke’s hospital <Hospitals. Reasons for the establishment>, C224

——. Society of antiquaries, see Archæologia

London and its environs described, B17; C49

London magazine (1732–33), A122; B17 <Magazine, London>; C87 <Magazine, London>

London, people of exhortation to them, see Exhortation address’d particularly to the people of London

Long, James, Enquiry into the origin of human appetites, C46

Long, Kingsmill, C355 (under Barclay)

Long, Roger, B16; C11

Longinus, B17, 23 (under Smith, Wm.); C16

Longomontanus, Christian Severin, A21; C11

Longus, Stephanus, a Coriolano <Coriolano>, A10

Lonicer, Philipp, A21

Lonzano, Menahem ben Judah de, Derek hayim <Path of life>, C134

Loose hints on the subject of nonconformity <Nonconformity, loose hints>, C319

Lopez, Dominique <Lopez, R. P. Dom. Societ. Jesu>, De sacræ scripturæ authoritate <De authoritate scripturæ>, A110

Lo Presti, Leonardo Maria <Presti, Leonhard Maria>, C229

Lord, Benjamin, C207, 308–9

Lord Lansdowne’s letter, see Lansdowne, George Granville, baron

Lord’s Prayer (Polyglot) <Oratio dominica>, A55; C108, 135

Lorhardus, Jacob, A51

Lorimer, William, C309

Loring, Israel, C309

Lorinus, Joannes, A21

Lorrain, Paul, C309

Loselius, Jo., see Lösel, Johann

Losilius, Joan., see Lasitius, Joannes

Louis XIV, C59

Louis XV, Private life of Lewis XV, tr. John Obadiah Justamond, C28; Panegyrique, see Voltaire, François Marie Arouet de

Love, John, C91

Love, the Christian’s rule, see Collett, Samuel

Loveday, Samuel, C179

Lovel, John, C227

Lovell, James, C309

Lovell, John, C227; Freedom the first of blessings, C246

Lover of truth, pseud., Humble address to theprotestant dissenters <Dissenters. Humble address of the protestant dissenters>, C280

Lowell, John, C309

Lower, Richard, C100

Lowman, Moses, B17; C70, 179, 309; Argument from prophecy that Christ is the Messiah <Prophecy. Argument from prophecy>, C326

Lowth, Robert, bp., B17; C42, 52, 179, 227, 309

Lowth, Simon <Louth>, A114; C179; Historical collections concerning district successions, C66

Lowth, William, B17; C179, 309

Lowthorp, John, Abridgement of the Philosophical transactions, A51; B17; C151

Lozano, Pedro, True and particular relation of the earthquake which happened at Lima <Lima, relation of the earthquake>, C116

Lubbert, Sibrand <Lubbertus>, A50, 83–4; C179

Lubieniczi, Stanislaus <Lubeineitz; Lubieniecius>, A21; C11

Lubin, Eilhard <Lubinus>, C204

Lublino, Sam. de, see Samuel de Lublino

Luc, see Deluc, Jean André

Lucan, A84; B17; C16–17, 142 (under May), 144 (under Rowe)

Lucas, Charles, B17; C147, 249

Lucas, Franciscus, Brugensis <Luca>, A20, 83; C180

Lucas, Jacques, A84

Lucas, Richard, C180, 200 (under Whole duty of man)

Lucas, Thomas, C309–10

Lucian <Lucianus>, A21; C17

Lucius, Ludwig, A51

Lucretius, A117; C17

Lucy, William, A21, 50

Ludlam, William, C11

Ludlow, Edmund, B17; C28

Ludolf, Hiob <Ludolfus>, C59, 117, 204, 227

Ludovicus, Laurentius, C358

Luis, de Granada <Granado; Granatensis; Lewes of Granada>, A50, 79

Luisini, Luigi <Luisinus, Aloysius>, C100

Lully, Edmund, C36, 37 (under Paracelsus)

Lupton, William, C310

Lushington, Thomas, C310

Luther, Martin, A20, 50; C180; see also Bible. German

Lux e tenebris novis radiis aucta, see Comenius, Johann Amos

Luyts, Janus <Luytsius>, A51

Luz, Louis, see Gittichius, Michael

Luzac, Elie, Homme plus que machine, C94

Lychetus, see Licetus

Lycophron, C17

Lycosthenes, see Wolffhart, Conrad

Lydiat, Thomas, A84

Lydius, Balthasar, A84; Waldensium tomus secundus, A99

Lye, Thomas, C180

Lying-in hospital for married women, London, see London. Lying-in hospital for married women

Lynde, Sir Humphrey, A83

Lyndewode, William, bp., A21

Canones & consitutiones ecclesiasticæ (MS.), A101

Constitucyons provinciates, and of Otho, and Octobone <Provincial, seu, Constitutiones>, A73

Constitutions legitime seu legatine regionis anglicanæ <Constitutiones legatinæ>, A11

Lynford, Thomas, C310

Lyons, J. <Lyons, Mr.>, C94

Lysias, C16–17; Eratosthenes <Dunæus, And., Defensio Lysiæ>, A76

Lyttelton, George Lyttelton, 1st baron <Lyttleton>, C59, 117, 207, 310

Letter to Tories <Tories, letter to>, C252

Preuve independant de toute autre, de la vérité de la religion chrétienne, <Champs, Jean des, Religion chretienne> [tr. by Jean Deschamps from Lyttelton’s Observations on the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul], C161

M

M., C., Newes from the citie of Norwich <Norwich, newes>, C227

M., P., True intelligence from Lincolnshire <Lincolnshire, true intelligence>, C226

M., T., Certain information from Devon <Devon and Dorset, certain information from there>, C222

Mabb, John, A85

Mably, Gabriel Bonnot, abbé de, C117

Macarius, St., of Alexandria, A105

Macarius Ægypticus, St., C45

Macaulay, Catherine Sawbridge, B17; C59, 249

Macaulay, Kenneth, C75

MacBean, Alexander, C49

Macbride, David, C100

Maccarty, Thaddeus, C310

Macchiavelli, Niccolò, see Machiavelli, Niccolò

M’Cleaver, Sawney, Major, Ireland in tears <Ireland. Ireland in tears>, C248

Macclesfield, George Parker, 2nd earl, C215

Maccovius, John, A54, 108; C94

Mace, Daniel, C180

MacEwen, William, C180

Macfarlane, Robert, History of the reign of George III <George III. History of>, C56

MacGeorge, William, C180

MacGregore, David <McGregore>, C315

Machiavelli, Niccolò <Macchiavelli; Matchiavel>, A23, 52–3, 86; C117

Machines et inventions approvées par l’Academie royale, see Académie des sciences, Paris

Macintire, Donald, C142

Mackemie, Fr., see Makemie, Francis

Mackewen, Robert, C310

Macknight, James, B17; C180

Maclaine, Archibald, C212

Maclaurin, Colin, B17; C91, 138; Account of Sir Isaac Newton’s philosophical discoveries, B17 (under Mason, John)

Maclaurin, John, C180

Macpherson, James, Fingal, B12; Ossian, the son of Fingal, C143

Macpherson, James, pseud.?, History of the present rebellion in Scotland <Scotland. History of the present rebellion>, C231

Macpherson, John, C117

Macqueen, Daniel <Maqueen>, C311

Macquer, Philippe, B17; C34, 36

Macrobius, C17

Macropedius, see Langeveldt, Georg van

Maddox, Isaac, bp., C310–1

Madox, Thomas, C81

Mæstricht, see Mastricht

Maffei, Raffaele <Volterranus>, A33

Maffei, Scipione, marchese, Religion gentili ncl moriere ricavata, C208; Verona illustrata, C8

Magazine, American, see American magazine

Magazine, Gentleman’s, see Gentleman’s magazine

Magazine, London, see London magazine

Magazine, Massachusetts, see Massachusetts magazine

Magirus, Joannes, A86; C47, 94

Maier, George, see Major, George

Maier, Michael, Silentium post clamores, hocest, Tractatus apologeticus pro Societate de Rosea Cruce, A96

Maignan, Emmanuel <Maignanus>, A24

Maillet, Benedict de, C117; Telliamed, C125

Maimonides, Moses, A51–3; C133; Logica sapientis Rabbi Simeonis <Simeon, Rabbi, Logica>, A94

Maintenon, Françoise d’Aubigné, mme. de, B17; C117; Life of, see Life of Madame de Maintenon

Mainwaring, John, Memoirs of the life of George Frederick Handel <Handel, Geo. Fred., Memoirs>, C27

Mairan, Jean Jacques d’Ortous de, C138

Maitland, William, B17; C49, 59

Maittaire, Michel <Mattaire>, C18 (under Plinius, C. Cecil. Sec.)

Marmora Arundelliana, C6

Opera et fragmenta veterum poetarum latinorum <Poetarum Latinum opera et fragmenta> (ed.), A114; C17

Majesty and copiousness of the Hebrew language, C236

Major, George, A85

Major, John, A22–3; C59

Major, Thomas, C33

Makemie, Francis <Mackemie>, C310; Narrative of a new and unsual imprisonment of two Presbyterian ministers <New England. Plea for the ministers>, C319

Malapertius, Carolus, C50 (under Euclid)

Malavolti, Bernardo, C59

Malcolm, Alexander, C355

Malcolm, David, Essay upon the antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland <Great-Britain and Ireland, an essay upon their antiquities>, C236

Malder, Joannes <Molder, Joan.>, A22–3

Maldonatus, Juan, A22

Malebranche, Nicolas, C94

Malingre, Claude, sieur de Saint Lazare <Lazare, M.>, C58

Mall, Thomas, C180; Cloud of witnesses, A73; C163

Mallard of All-soul’s college vindicated, see Buckler, Benjamin

Malouin, Paul Jacques, C36

Malpighi, Marcello <Malpighius>, C71, 100

Malvasia, Carlo Cesare, C6

Malvenda, Thomas, A23

Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese di, A96

Malynes, Gerard <Malyne>, C37

Man, comparison of, see Gregory, David

Man, the great birth of him, see S., M.

Mandeville, Bernard, C117

Manelius, see Manilius

Manfredi, Eustace <Manfredus>, C11

Mangey, Thomas, C311; Two letters to Mr. Mangey, see Herne, Thomas

Manifold wisdom of God, see Walker, George

Manilius <Manelius; Menelaus>, A118; C10, 50

Manitowampæ pomantamoonk, see Bayly, Lewis

Mankind, nature, and providence, see Wallace, Robert

Mankind–various prospects of, see Wallace, Robert

Manlius, Joannes, A84

Manlovc, Timothy C180; Observations on his Treatise, see Layton, Henry

Mann, Nicolas, C34

Manni, Domenico Maria, Cronichette antiche, C34

Manning, Henry, C100

Manningham, Thomas, C311

Man’s mortalitie, see Overton, Robert

Mansfield, William Murray, lord, Thistle, C232

Manstein, Christian Herman de, C59

Manton, Thomas, A24, 52, 106; B17; C180

Mantuanus, Baptista, see Spagnuoli, Baptista

Manual of devotions, A101, probably Brough, W., Sacred principles, services, and soliloquies

Manuale ad usum Sarisburiensis, see Catholic church. Liturgy

Manuel, or brief volume of controversies, see Turberville, Henry

Manufactories, great necessity, see C., N.

Manutius, Aldus, A86; C117

Manutius, Paulus, A86

Manwaring, Edward, B17; C117–8, 227

Manwood, John, C81

Mapletoft, John, A86; C180

Maqueen, Dan., see Macqueen, Daniel

Marbecke, John, A22, 52

Marca, Pierre de, bp., C67, 78, 118

Marchant, Jacques, A22

Marchant, John, C180

Marchmont, Hugh Hume Campbell, 3d earl of, State of the rise and progress of our disputes with Spain <Spain. State of the rise>, C252

Marcossius, Gabr. Pr., see Dupréau, Gabriel

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus <Antoninus>, A52; B6; C12

Maresius, see Desmarets, Samuel

Mariana, Juan de, B17; C59

Mariano, Vittorio, see Vittori, Mariano

Maridat, Petrus de, C118

Marien, Thomas Antoine de, C37, 38 (under Ricard)

Marigny, François Augier de <Parigny>, Histoire des arabes, C60

Marini, Giovanni Battista <Marino>, C118

Marinus, Marcus, A24

Marionis, Franc. de, see Franciscus, de Mayronis

Mariott, Tho., see Marriott, Thomas

Marius de Calasio, see Calasio, Mario de

Markham, Gervase, A53; C118

Markham, John, C133

Markham, William, abp., C311

Markland, Jeremiah <Markland, Joseph>, B17; C118; Life of Bishop Ken, A122

Marlboro, Sarah, dutchess of, Account of her conduct, see Hooke, Nathaniel

Marliani, Bartolommeo, C6

Marlorat, Augustine <Mrloratus>, A22–3; C180, 204

Marmi, J., Del doni ragionamenti, see Doni, Antonio Francesco, Marmi

Marmontel, Jean François, C118

Marmora Arundelliana, see Maittaire, Michel

Marot, Clément, A86, 89

Marozzo, Achille, C118

Marriage, critical essay concerning, see Salmon, Thomas

Marriott, Sir James <Marriot>, C227

Marriott, Thomas <Mariott>, C311; Argument in the case of the poor’s rate charged upon the colleges of Christ and Emmanuel, C219

Marryat, Zacharias, C311

Marseille, journal de ce qui c’est passé en la ville de, see Journal abregé de ce qui c’est passé en la ville

Marshal, Nathaniel, C181, 311

Marshal, Walter, C181

Marshall, Joseph, C75

Marshall, Stephen <Smectymnuus, pseud.>, Answer to a booke, C193, 212

Marsham, Sir John, bart. <Marshamus>, A122; C34

Marsiglio of Padua <Patavinus, Marsil.>, A89

Martí y Zaragozá, Manuel <Martinus, Emanuel>, C118

Martial, A53, 118; B17; C17

Martianus, Prosperus, A24

Martin, Benjamin, B17; C28, 47, 49–50, 52, 71, 87, 91, 118, 136, 139, 215, 227

Martin, David <Martin, Mons.>, Examination of Mr. Emlyn’s answer to the dissertation <Critical dissertation upon the 7th verse of John 5th>, C311

Martin, Isaac, A111

Martin, John, The preacher sent <Martin, Petto, and Woodal’s vindication of publick preaching>, A85

Martin, Mons., see Martin, David

Martin, Samuel, C181

Martin, Simon, A24

Martin-Leake, Stephen, see Leake, Stephen Martin

Martine, George, C100

Martinez de Ripalda, Juan <Ripalda>, A91

Martini, Jacob <Martinus, Jac.>, A85–6

Martinière, Antoine Auguste Bruzen de la, see Bruzen de la Martinière, Antoine Augustin

Martinius, Matthias, A24, 85–6; C204; Key of the holy tongue (under Udal, Joh.), A97

Martinius, Petrus, A86

Martinus, Emanuel, see Martí y Zaragozá, Manuel

Martinus, Jac, see Martini, Jacob

Martinus, Johannes, A87; C356

Martinus, Joseph, C6

Marryn, William, C59

Martyr, Peter, Vermigli, see Vermigli, Pietro Martire

Martyri, Piet., see Felini, Pietro Martire

Martyrologium complectens dicta &facta martyrum, A84

Marvell, Andrew <Marvel>, C118, 142, 227

Annotations on the animadversions <Church. Annotations on the animadversions>, C211

Rehearsall transpos’d, C122

Remarks upon a late disingenuous discourse <Protestant remarks on T. D.’s Discourse>, A89

Maryland, C81

Marzi, Alesand., see Vignali, Antonio

Masclef, François, C52

Maseres, Francis, B17–18; C1, 91, 147; Canadian freeholder, C145

Masinius, Phil., see Massini, Filippo

Masius, Didacus, A52–3

Maskelyne, Nevil, C11

Mason, Francis, A22, 63; C118, 181, 212

Mason, Henry, C181

Mason, John, B17; C47, 149, 181, 227, 311; Account of Sir Isaac Newton’s philosophy, see Maclaurin, Colin

Mason, Thomas, C67

Mason, William, B18; C142, 181

Mason, William, stenographer, C355 (MS.)

Mass, beauties of, exemplified, see Booker, Daniel

Massachusetts (Colony) <Massachusetts Bay in N. England>. A24, 114; C81

Conference between the commissaries of Massachusetts and those of N. York, see New York (Colony)

——. General court, C249; Proceedings of the council <America. Proceedings of the council>, C243

Testimony of the pastors of the churches, C311

Massachusetts (State). Address of the convention for framing a new constitution <America. Address>, C243; Report of a constitution or form of government <America. Report>, C243

Massachusetts magazine (1789) <Magazine, Massachusetts>, C87

Massacre, horrid in Boston–a narrative of, see Bowdoin, James

Massacres, historical collection of the most memorable, see Serres, Jean de

Massacres in Piedmont–historical collection of, B18, see Morland, Samuel, History of the evangelical churches of the valleys of Piedmont

Massazza, Paolo Antonio <Massazzo>, C6

Massey, Edmund, C311

Massey, William, B18; C9, 136

Massilon, Jean Baptiste, bp., C181

Massini, Filippo <Masinius, Phil.>, A53

Mastricht, Petrus von, the elder <Mæstricht>, A100; B18; C181

Materiality and mortality of the soul proved <Soul. Materiality & mortality>, C335

Matchiavel, see Machiavelli

Mathematique et de physique, mémoires de, see Académie des sciences, Paris

Mather, Cotton, A87–8, 111, 122; B18; C28, 139, 181, 311–3; see also Mitchel, John

Eleutheria, A77

Suspiria vinctorum. Some account of the protest ant interest <Protestantism. Some account>, C326

Mather, Increase <Mather, Cresc.>, A87–8, 101, 111; C181, 212, 215, 313

New-England vindicated, C227

Vindication of the authority of ruling elders <Elders, ruling, vindication>, C283

Mather, Samuel, A54, 111; C28, 181, 207 (under Franckius), 313–4

Mather, Warham, Short discourse shewing that our salvation is a matter of meer grace <Salvation, a short discourse>, C330

Matthæus, Westmonasteriensis, see Matthew of Westminster

Matthew, St. (Gospel)

Answer to the defence of the dissert[ation], see Gurdon, Brampton

Canonical authority of Matthew defended, see Letter to a lady, wherein the canonical authority of his gospel is defended

Dissertation, or enquiry concerning the canonical authority, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Literal translation of the prophecies, see Gardiner, William

Paraphrase on the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters, see Collett, Samuel

Second defence of the dissertation, C314

Matthew of Westminster <Matthæus Westmonasteriensis>, A23

Maty, Henry, C314

Maty, Matthew, Authentic memoirs of Richard Mead, C207 (under Mead)

Mauden, David de, A23

Mauduit, Israel, C314; Short view of the history of the colony of Massachusetts-bay <America. Short view>, C243

Maule, Henry, bp. <Dromore, bp. of>, C281

Maultby, Josias, C314

Maundrell, Henry, B18; C75

Maupertuis, Pierre Louis Moreau de, B18; C11

Maurille de Saint Michel, Phytologie sacrée, A51

Maxey, Anthony, A84

Maximilian, François, Cry from the desert, tr. John Lacy, A100

Maximus of Tyre <Tyrius, Maxim.>, A86; C21

May, Thomas, C16–17, 59, 131, 142

May, William, C314

Mayer, John <Meyer>, A22, 51–2

Mayer, Tobias, C11

Mayer, Wolfgang, C181

Mayerne, Sir Theodore Turquet de, C101

Mayhew, Experience, A122; B18; C28, 181

Mayhew, Jonathan, B18; C181, 314–5; Answer to Dr. Mayhew’s observations, see Seeker, Thomas, abp.; Remarks on Dr. Mayhew’s observations, see Browne, Arthur

Mayn, Geo., see Mayr, Georg

Maynard, John, ed., Year books, see Great Britain. Courts

Mayo, Daniel, C315

Mayo, Richard, C315

Mayr, Georg <Mayn, Geo.>, A87

Mazzochi, Jacopo, Epigrammata antiquæ urbis, C4

Mead, Richard, A86; B18; C101, 118, 130, 207, 217

Mead, William, C229 (under Penn)

Mecatti, Giuseppe Maria, Descrizione della lava scorsa . . . del Vesuvio <Vesuvius. Descrizione>, C232; Discorso dell’origini . . . del Vesuvio <Vernon, Giov., Discorso>, C232

Medals, knowledge of, see Jobert, Louis

Mede, Joseph, A23, 54; B18; C181

Mediavilla, Richard de <Media Villa, Franc. de>, A22

Medical register for 1779, C217

Medical review, foreign, see Foreign medical review

Medici antique græci, C17, 101

Medina, Barth. de, see Bartolome, de Medina

Medina, Joannes, A21

Mediobarbus Biragus, Franciscus, see Occo, Adolf

Medleys for the year 1711, with the five Whig Examiners <Medlies>, C118

Meerman, Gerard, C9, 77

Megiser, Hieronymus <Megiserus>, C52

Meier, Sebastian <Meyer>, A22

Meijer, Cornelis <Meyer>, C118

Meisner, Balthasar <Meisnerus>, A84–5

Meisnerus, Johann <Meisnerus>, A54

Mekor hayim beur al ha-Torah <Fountain of life>, C133

Mela, Pomponius, see Pomponius Mela

Melanchthon, Philipp, A22, 84, 86; C118, 182

Melani, Enea Gaetano <Gaetanus>, C141

Mellen, John, B18; C182, 315

Melmoth, William, B12 <Fitzosborne’s letters>, 18; C18 (under Plinius, C. Cecil. Sec), 118

Melvil, Gov., [i.e. Melville, Robert], Narrative of the proceedings against him, see Narrative of the proceedings upon the complaint

Melville, Sir James <Melvil>, C59

Melville, Robert <Melvil, Gov.>, Narrative of the proceedings against him, see Narrative of the proceedings upon the complaint

Memoire del calico fiorentino, see Bini, Pietro di Lorenzo

Memoire pour le sieur Dupliex [sic], see Dupleix, Joseph François, marquis, Memoire . . . contre la Compagnie des Indes

Mémoires concernants Christine, reine de Suède <Christine, reine de Suede, Memoires>, C26

Mémoires concernants l’œconomie rurale (1760–62), see Œkonomische Gesellschaft, Bern

Memorial, answer to that of the Church of England, see Answer, paragraph by paragraph

Memorials of the English and French commissaries concerning Acadia <Memorial of English>, C147

Men before Adam, see La Peyrère, Isaac de

Menahem Mann ben Solomon, the Levite <Menachem>, A52

Menasseh ben Israel <Ben Israel>, A38, 84

Nishmat hayim <Book of the breath of life>, C132

Pene rabah <Sepher pene rabbah>, A59

Mendonça, Francisco <Mendoca>, A22

Mendoza, Bernardino de <Mendoze>, C249

Menelai sphericorum libritres, see Manilius

Menestrier, Claude François, C130

Menochio, Giovanni Stefano, A22

Menthen, Godefried, Thesaurus theologico-philosophicus, C43

Mentzer, Balathsar <Mentzerus>, C358

Menzies, John <Menzeis>, A51

Mercator, Gerard, C35

Mercator, Nicholas <Mercatorius>, A86

Mercenarius, Archangelus, A52

Mercer, John <Mercerus>, A22–3, 53; C182

Merchant, the accomplished, see Accomplished merchant

Merchant’s bookes, a most excellent instruction, see Carpenter, John

Mercier, And. le., see Le Mercier, André

Mercuriale, Girolamo <Mercurialis>, C118

Mercurius Trismegistus, see Hermes Trismegistus

Meredith, Sir William, C249; Question stated, whether the voters of Middlesex, C251

Meres, Francis, Wit’s commonwealth, C127

Meriam, Jonas, C315

Merler, Jacobus <Horstius>, C175

Merlin’s prophecy, the year of wonders, see Year of wonders

Merret, Christopher <Merrett>, C71, 357

Merrick, James, B18; C42, 142, 144 (under Tryphonius), 239, 315

Mersenne, Marin, A24

Mesnager, Nicholas, B18; C59

Messalinus, Walo, pseud., see Saumaise, Claude de

Messiah. True grounds for the expectation of the Messiah, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Mestrezat, Jean, A52, 85

Mesues, see Yuhanna ibn Masawaih

Metcalfe, Theophilus, C355

Metford, James, C316

Method with a Roman Catholic <Catholic, a method with one>, C221

Methodists, their principles and practice compared, see Green, John, bp.

Metius, Adriaan <Alchmarianus, Adrian. Metii>, A67

Meurer, Wolfgangus <Meurerus>, A86

Meurisse, Martin <Meurisse Royensis>, A52

Meurier, Gabriel, A86

Meurs, Jan de <Meursius>, C28, 204

Mexia, Pedro <Mexio>, C59, 118

Historia imperialy Cæsarea, A18

Imperial history <Grymeston, Edw., Imperial history>, A15

Mey, Joannes de, A52

Meyer, Cornel., see Meijer, Cornelis

Meyer, Johann, C133

Meyer, John, see Mayer, John

Meyer, Sebastian, see Meier, Sebastian

Mézeray, François Eudes de, B18; C35

Michaelis, Johann David, B18; C42, 136

Michaelis, Johann Friedrich, C316

Michell, Gilbert <Mitchel, Gilb.>, C182

Michell, John, C215

Middleton, Charles Theodore, C49

Middleton, Conyers, B18; C28, 118, 182, 316; Remarks on two pamphlets, C328

Middleton, Patrick, C182

Midgeley, Robert, New treatise of natural philosophy (1787, i.e. 1687) <Natural philosophy, a new treatise>, C139

Midrash tehillim, A22

Mihles, Samuel, C101

Milante, Pio Tommaso, Exercitationes dogmatico-morales <Theses ad moral. theol. spectantes>, C78, 125

Milbourne, Luke, C316

Mildmay, Sir William, bart., C37

Miles, Henry, C316

Militia, essay on the expediency of a national, see Essay on the expediency of a national militia

Mill, John <Millius, Joan.>, ed., see Bible

Millar, David, C254 (under Ball, Jac.), 316

Millar, John, B18; C84

Miller, Edmond, A122; B18; C118, 227 <Miller (     )>

Miller, James, Are these things so?, C237

Miller, John, C33

Miller, Philip, C1

Milles, Thomas, C118; Time’s storehouse, C125

Millius, Joan., i.e. Mill, John, Testamentium, see Bible

Millot, Claude François Xavier <Milot>, C59; Histoire philosophique de l’homme <Homme. Histoire philosophique de l’homme>, C114

Mills, David, C42

Mills, John, C71

Milne, Colin, C31

Milner, John, C52, 316

Milner, Thomas, C139

Milot, see Millot, Claude François Xavier

Milton, John, A52, 100, 114; B18; C49, 88, 118–9, 142–3, 147, 239, 316; Eikonoklastes <Eiconoclastes>, B11; C249

Milway, Thomas, C317

Minister. Apology for the minister, see Apology for the minister

Minister’s designs anatomized, see Designs of the minister anatomiz’d

Minister’s widows, scheme for providing an annuity, see Church of Scotland. General assembly

Ministry’s conduct and that of their allies, see Lloyd, Charles

Minot, George Richards, C59

Minsheu, John <Minshæus; Minshew>, A24; C204; see also Percyvall, Richard

Mintert, Petrus, C204

Minutius Felix, Marcus, A86; C45 (and under Reeves, Wm.)

Mirabeau, Victor Riquetti, marquis de, C119

Miracles, works above and contrary to nature, see Browne, Thomas

Miri-weys, the Persian Cromwell, see Swedish officer, pseud., Persian Cromwell

Miscellanea curiosa, see Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, Halle

Miscellanea sacra, see Barrington, George Shute Barrington, 1st viscount

Mishna, C133

Missal <Missale>, see Catholic church

Mitchel, Gilb., see Michell, Gilbert Mitchel, John, C28 (under Mather, Cotton), 29

Mitchel, Matthew, C317

Mitchell, Andrew, C317; Exposition of the motives which have determined the King of Prussia <Prussia. Exposition of the motives>, C251

Mitchell, Joseph, Tale and two fables in verse, C240

Mitchill, Samuel Latham, Present state of Great Britain and North America <Britain, Great, and North America>, C107

Mizauld, Antoine <Mizaldus>, A86

Modern conveyancer <Conveyance modern>, C79

Modest plea for popery <Popery. Modest plea for popery>, C324

Mœurs, see Toussaint, François Vincent

Moffett, Thomas <Moufet>, C71

Mohawk language, a primmer [sic] of, see Primer for the use of Mohawk children

Mohocs, a tragi-comical farce, see Gay, John

Moir, James, C182

Moivre, Abraham de, C91

Molder, Joan., see Malder, Joannes

Mole, Thomas, C317; Remarks on his sermon, see Wright, Samuel

Molerius, Elias, A53

Molesworth, Robert Molesworth, 1st viscount, C57 (under Hottomanus), 143

Account of Denmark, B10 <Denmark, an account of>, 18; C59, 123 <Roger, M., Present state of Denmark>

Denmark vindicated, see Crull, Jodocus

Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin de, C131

Molina, Luis, A22–3

Molinæus, L., see Du Moulin, Louis

Molinæus, P., see Du Moulin, Pierre

Molineux, see Molyneux

Moller, Heinrich <Mollerus>, A22; C182

Molynæus, Pet., see Du Moulin, Pierre

Molyneux, William <Molineux>, B18; C147

Monclar, see Ripert de Montclair

Monies and exchanges, general treatise of, see Justice, Alexander

Monipennie, John, Abridgement of the chronicles of Scotland, A66

Monis, Judah, A101; C52

Monnoye, see La Monnoye, Bernard de

Monro, Alexander, C2, 101, 217

Monro, Donald, C101

Montacutius, see Montagu, Richard, bp.

Montagu, Edward Wortley <Montague>, B18; C119

Montagu, Mary Wortley, lady <Montague>, B18; C75, 119

Montagu, Richard, bp. <Montacutius>, A21–2, 51–2

Montaigne, Michel de, A24; C119

Montanus, Arnoldus, A23

Montanus, Benedict Arias, A52

Monte, Hieronvmus de <Monte Brixianus>, A53

Montecatinus, Antonius <Montecutinus>, A23

Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, baron de <Secondat>, B13 (under Grandeur . . .), 18; C84, 119, 124

Montfaucon, Bernard, A106; C6

Montgeron, Louis Basil Carre de, C119

Monthly review (1749–74) <Review, monthly>, C87

Montucla, Jean Étienne, B18; C91

Moody, Joshua, C317

Mooney, Edward, C217

Moor, Bernardinus de, C317

Moor, James <More>, Essays read to a literary society . . . at Glasgow, B18 <Essays on the influence of philosophy on fine arts>; C119

Moor, William, Discourse concerning the priesthood of Christ <Christ Discourse concerning his priesthood>, C269

Moore, Edward, B18; C49

Moore, Henry, Poem sacred to the memory of the late Reverend P. Doddridge <Doddridge, Philip, Poem sacred to his memory>, C238

Moore, John, C75

Moore, John, bp., C182, 317; Calm defence of the deity of Jesus Christ <Letter, Remarks on the above>, C307

Moore, Sir Jonas <Moor>, A53, 86; C355

Moore, Thomas, C317

Morainvillier d’Orgeville, Louis de, C94

Moral institutes, compendium of, see Fleming, Caleb, Modern plan

Morality.

Comparative excellence and obligation, see Chubb, Thomas

Essay on moral obligation, see Johnson, Thomas

Examination of some late opinions concerning its foundation, see Some late opinions concerning the foundation of morality

Impartial review of the controversy, see Nichols, N.

Moral obligation to the positive appointments, see Grosvenor, Benjamin

Morality of religion: and doctrine of the sacraments <Sacraments. Morality>, C330

Morals of a people the best security, C227

Mordecai ben Judah, Eshel Avraham <Book of the grove of Abraham>, C132

Mordecai Nathan, see Nathan, Isaac Mordecai

More, Alexander <Morus>, A85; C182

More, Cresacre, Life of Sir Thomas More <More, Tho., Life of>, C29

More, Henry <Morus>, A22, 24, 87, 89 (under Palæopolitanus, pseud.); C47, 94, 139, 182; Divine dialogues <Dialogues divine>, C165

More, James, see Moor, James

More, John, A86

More, Sir Thomas, C84, 119; Life of, see More, Cresacre

Morel, André <Morellius>, C130

Morell, Thomas, C202 (under Ainsworth), 204

Morellius, see Morel

Morellus, Petrus, C101

Morellus, Theodoricus, C136

Moreri, Louis, C29

Morgagni, Giambattista, C2, 101

Morgan, Thomas, C101, 317–8; Nature and consequences of enthusiasm <Enthusiasm, nature and consequences of it>, C283

Morgan, William, C91

Morice, William <Morrice>, A22; C182

Morisanus, Bernardus, A53

Morland, Samuel, B18 <Massacres in PiedmontHistorical collection of>; C67

Mornay, Philippe de Duplessis <Morney>, A22–3, 52, 84–6; C67, 182

Morning exercise at Cripplegate, see Annesley, Samuel

Morning exercise methodized, see Case, Thomas

Morning exercises against popery, see Vincent, Nathaniel

Moronus, Matthias, A86

Morrice, see Morice

Morris, Corbyn, Essay towards illustrating the science of insurance <Insurance, essay towards illustrating the science>, C215

Morris, Joseph, B19; C183, 318

Morris, Robert, Have at you all, C237; Yes they are, C237

Morse, Jedediah, C49

Mortimer, Thomas, C119, 249

Morton, Charles, C86 (under Whitelock), 89 (MS.)

Morton, Richard, C101

Morton, Thomas, bp. <Coventry and Lichfield; Duresme, Thomas>, A40, 51; C167

Morton, Thomas, of Berwick, A85

Moscardo, Lodovico, C6

Moseley, Richard, see Philochristus, pseud.

Mosellanus, see Schade, Peter

Moses Maimonides, see Maimonides, Moses

Mosheim, Johann Lorenz von, B19; C67

Moss, Robert, C183, 318

Motte, M. la, see La Motte, Guillaume

Motuum Britannicorum, see Bate, George, Elenchus

Moufet, Thomas, see Moffett, Thomas

Moulin, Louis du, see Du Moulin, Louis

Moulin, Pierre du <Molinæus; Molynæus>, see Du Moulin, Pierre

Mountain of the path of life, see Jacob ben Asher

Moxon, Joseph, A53

Moyle, Walter, C119

Mudge, Zachary, C42

Muis, Simon Marotte de, A23

Mulcaster, Richard, C80 (under Fortesque)

Mulgrave, Constantine John Phipps, 2nd baron <Phipps>, C75

Mulhausen, Yom Tov Lipmann <Lipmannus, rabbi>, Nitsahon <Liber Nizachon>, C133

Muller, Heinrich, A85

Muller, John, C91

Mun, Thomas, C37

Munckerus, Thomas, Mythographi latini, C17, 128

Munn, [     ], Golden fleece, or the trade, interest &c. of Great Britain <Britain. Golden fleece>, C209

Munster, Sebastian <Munsterus>, A23–4, 53, 85; C204, 354

Muratori, Lodovico Antonio, C59, 119

Murdoch, Patrick <Murdock>, B19; C91, 215

Muret, Marc-Antoine <Muretus>, A86; C236

Murphy, Timothy, Trial of Timothy Murphy <Trial of him>, C249

Murray, George, lord, Account of the battle of Culloden <Culloden battle, account of it>, C214

Murray, John, Esq; late secretary to the young pretender, Congratulatory letter to him, see Atticus, pseud.

Musæ Anglicanæ, see Musarum Anglicanarum analecta

Musæ lapidariæ, see Ferretti, Giovanni Battista

Musæus Grammaticus, C17

Musarum Anglicanarum analecta <Musæ Anglicanæ>, C143

Muschenbroek, see Musschenbroek

Musculus, Bartholomæus, A53

Musculus, Wolfgang, A23; C44 (under Basil), 183

Muse’s farewell to popery and slavery, C143

Muse’s fountain clear: or the dutiful Oxonian’s defence, C228

Museo Capitolino, see Rome. Museo Capitolino

Museum Brit. Catalogus librorum, see British museum

Mussard, Pierre, Conformitez des cérémonies modernes avec les anciennes <Ceremonies, les conformitez>, C161

Musschenbroek, Pieter van <Muschenbroek>, B19; C139

Mustapha, Bassa di Rodi, see Acciardi, Michele

Mutiny and desertion, act for punishing, see Great Britain. Laws, etc.

Myconius, Oswald, A84

Mydorge, Claude <Mvdorgius>, A24

Mylius, Conradus <Niddanus, Conrad>, A88; C356

Mynsinger, Joachimus, A24, 45; C77

Mynsicht, Adrian van, C36

Myonnet, John, C318

Mystery of Jesuitism, A88

Mythographi latini, see Munckerus, Thomas

Mythologica opuscula, physica, et ethica, see Gale, Thomas, comp.

N

N., N., America, or an exact description of the West Indies, see Peake, Thomas

Nahuys, Gerhard Johann, C318

Naish, Thomas, C318

Naked truth, from a British sailor, see Vernon, Edward, Specimen of naked truth

Nalton, James, C183

Nani, Giovanni Battista, C60

Napier, John <Napair; Neper>, A88; C183

Naples. Accademia delle scienze, see Accademia delle scienze, Naples

Naples. Accademia Ercolanea di archeologia, see Accademia Ercolanea di archeologia, Naples

Nares, Robert, C136

Name, William, A54

Narrative of the proceedings upon the complaint against Governor Melvil <Melvil, Gov., Narrative of the proceedings>, C249

Narrative relative to the conduct of Sir Henry Clinton, see Clinton, Sir Henry

Nathan ben Jehiel, He-Arukh <Aruck liber>, C132

Nathan, Isaac Mordecai, A22

Nation, William, Sr., Dissertation on the nature of heresy <Heresy: a dissertation>, C298

Nation, appendix to the present state, see Knox, William

Nation, observation on a late state of it, see Burke, Edmund

Nation, present state of it, see Knox, William

Nation, remarks on the appendix [to the present state], see Remarks on the appendix to the present state of the nation

Nation, state of it for the year 1747, see Granville, John Carteret, earl

National debt, considerations on the bill for its payment, see Robinson, Christopher

National œconomy recommended <Œconomy national, recommended>, C210

Natter, Lorenz, C9

Natural philosophy, a new treatise of, see Midgeley, Robert

Naturalization of foreign protestants and others, see Salmon, Thomas

Nature displayed, see Pluche, Noel Antoine

Nauclerus, Johann Vergenhans von Wyck, A24

Nautical almanack for 1772 <Almanack (nautical) for 1772>, C10–11

Nautical ephemeris, C91

Navigations inland, history of, see Badeslade, Thomas

Naxara, Emanuel de, A24

Nazarius, Johannes Paulus, A24

Nazianzenus, see Gregorius Nazianzenus, St., bp.

Neal, Daniel, A101, 122; B19; C60, 67, 212, 214, 216 (under Colman), 318

Neander, Michael, A88; C6

Nebelkra, Henricus <Nebelcra>, A54

Necessity for repealing the American Stamp act <America. Necessity>, C241

Necessity not the origin of evil, see Fleming, Caleb

Necessity of preserving our own manufactories, see C., N.

Necker, Jacques, C119, 147

Nectarius, C45

Nedham, Marchamont <Needham>, C86 (under Selden)

Excellencie of a free state, B24 <State, the excellency of a free>; C84

Honesty’s best policy <Shaftesbury, Ant. Ashley, earl of, Brief discourse in honour of the E. of Shaftesbury’s humble acknowledgement>, C251

Needham, Turberville, C208

Negotiators, or Don Diego brought to reason, C239

Nelson, Robert, A88; C183

Nelson, Samuel, C183

Nemesius, C17

Nennius, C3

Neper, see Napier, John

Nepos, see Cornelius Nepos

Neri, Antonio, C9

Nesbitt, John <Nesbit>, C183, 318

Netherlands (United Provinces, 1581–1795). Staten generaal. Deductio, vel declaratio, C146

Nettleton, Thomas, B19; C47

Neumann, Gaspar <Neuman, Casp.>, C36

Neville, Henry <Nevil>, B19; C84

Neville, William <Nevil>, C81

Nevin, Thomas, C319

New canto of Spencer’s Fairy queen <Spencer’s fairy queen, a new canto>, C240

New dispensatory <Dispensatory, new>, C89

New England.

Confession, see Boston, Mass. Confession of faith

Plea for the ministers of the gospel, see Makemie, Francis

Remarks upon Rob. Calef’s book, see Gill, Obadiah

Short story of the rise . . . of the antinomians, see Welde, Thomas

Testimony and advice, see Boston, Mass. Assembly of pastors of churches in New England

New-England confession of faith, see Boston Synod (1679–1680)

New-England vindicated, see Mather, Increase

New England’s deplorable state, see Deplorable state of New England

New Plymouth <Plimouth, New>, A27; C81

New system, or proposals for a general peace, C250

New Testament. Key to the N. test., see Percy, Thomas, bp.

New York (Colony), Journal of the proceedings of the commissaries of New York, with the commissaries of the Massachusetts-Bay <Massachusetts Bay in N. England. Conference>, C249

Newbrigensis, see William of Newburgh

Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish, duchess of, C119

Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st duke of, C250

Newcome, Daniel, Religion of papists and presbyterians fairly stated <Popery. Religion of papists and presbyterians>, C324

Newcome, John, C319

Newcome, Peter, C319

Newfoundland, account of the island, see Rogers, Robert, Concise account of North America

Newman, Henry, C89 (under Leges)

Newman, John, C319

Newman, Samuel, A24; C38

Newman, Thomas, C319

Newton, George, A24

Newton, Sir Isaac, A54, 118; B19; C35, 91, 139, 183, 319

Tables for renewing . . . leases for cathedral churches <Leases for cathedral churches and colleges, tables for renewing>, C226

Value of leases for cathedral churches <Leases for cathedral churches and colleges, value of them>, C226

Newton, John, A24

Newton, Richard, C183; Expence of a university education reduced <Education. Expence of a university education reduced>, C222

Newton, Thomas, bp., B19; C183

Newton, William, C319; Life of Bishop White Kennett, A122 <Bishop Kennet’s Life>; B16 (under Kennett); C28 (under Kennett)

Niceron, Jean-Pierre <Niceroni>, C67

Nicetas, Accominatus <Niceta>, A24; C60

Nicholas, Edward, A88

Nicholas, J. St., see St. Nicholas, John

Nicholls, Benjamin, C319

Nicholls, William <Nicholius; Nichols>, A88, 122; B19; C183, 319

Nichols, Francis, British compendium [of heraldry] <Compendium, English>, C54; Irish compendium, <Compendium, Irish>, C54; Scots compendium <Compendium, Scots>, C54

Nichols, N., Impartial review of the controversy <Morality. Impartial review>, C317

Nicholson, William, bp., A54; B19; C60, 319

Nickolls, John, C38

Nicolai, Johann Friedrich <Nicolaus>, C6, 133

Nicolai, Otto Nathanael, C319

Nicolas, da Pisa <Pisonis>, A90

Nicolas de Lyra, A105

Nicole, Pierre, Logic, or the art of thinking, C88

Niddanus, Conrad, see Mylius, Conradus

Niem, Theodoricus de, bp., A88

Nieuwentyt, Bernard <Niewentyt>, A101; B19; C139

Nifo, Agostino <Niphus>, A24

Niles, Samuel, C183, 319

Niphus, see Nifo

Nipotismo di Roma, see Leti, Gregorio

Noailles, Louis Antoine de, cardinal, Mandate concerning the bull Unigenitus <Unigenitus. Mandate of Cardinal Noailles>, C346

Nobility, an essay on the true rise of political and civil, see Shelton, Maurice

Nocturnal, a l—–n in defence of the ladies <Nocturnal; in defence>, C239

Noldius, Christian, C204

Nollet, Jean Antoine, B19; C139

Nomenclator, see Leyden. University

Nonconformist ministers in England, a reasonable account, see Collinges, John

Nonconformists

Apologia pro ministris, see Hickman, Henry

Humble apology for nonconformists, C183

Nonconformity conscientious: or a vindication, see Conscientious nonconformity

Nonconformity, history of, see History of nonconformity

Nonconformity, lay, justified, in a dialogue, see Norman, John

Nonconformity, loose hints on the subject, see Loose hints on the subject of nonconformity

Nonjurors. Answer to the nonjurors charge of schism, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Nonnius, Louis, C101

Non-residency considered and censured, see Sharpe, Isaac

Norden, Frederick Lewis, C75

Noris, Enrico, cardinal <Noris, F. Hen.>, C6

Norman, Henry, C319

Norman, John, C320; Lay-nonconformity justified <Nonconformity, lay, justified>, C319

Norris, Charles, C320

Norrisjohn, C94, 120, 183–4

North, Frederick North, baron <North, Ld.>, Letter to him, concerning subscription, see Patten, Thomas

North, Roger, C60

North, Thomas, see Plutarch

North American Indians.

Account of some attempts, see Church of England. Society for the promotion of Christian knowledge

Further appeal in their behalf, see Jones, John

North Briton (1763), C147

Northampton, Spencer Compton, 2nd earl, True relation of the method of taking him, see True relation of the method of taking the Earl of Northampton

Northouck, John, C60

Norton, John, A54, 88; C184; Remarks on a letter to a dissenter <Remarks on the above>, C307

Norton, Thomas, C227 (under Martyr)

Norton & Danson against the Quakers, see Danson, Thomas

Norwich, newesfrom the citie, see M., c.

Norwood, Richard, A54

Norzi, Raphael ben Gabriel, Orah hayim <Way of life [Hebrew]?>, C134

Notæ breves in dissertationum nuper editæ, see Letherland, Joseph

Nothwanger, Johann Heinrich, C320

Nottingham, Charles Howard, 3d earl of, C320; Letter to him on a motion, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Nottingham, Heneage Finch, 1st earl of, Exact and impartial account of the indictment, arraignment . . . of nine and twenty regicides, B21 <Regicides–trial of the>; C145 (under Berkenhead), 148 <Regicides, accompt of the trial>

Nottinghamshire’s petition to the king, C227

Nova Scotia, Perpetual acts, C81; Temporary acts, C81. Account of its present state and Letter from a gentleman describing its present state, see Hollingsworth, S.

Novatian, C45

Nowell, Alexander, A54; C184

Nowell, Thomas, C320

Contrast; or the Rev. Dr. Nowell orator, see Contrast: or the Rev. Dr. Thomas Nowell, public orator

Strictures on the answer, see Strictures on an answer to the Pietas Oxoniensis

Noyes, Nicholas, A88; C184, 320

Nugent, Thomas, C52 (under Port-Royal), 75, 136 (under Port Royal) tr., see Lancelot, Claude

Nye, Philip, Beames of former light <Beams>, A71

Nye, Stephen, C320; Considerations on the explications <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Considerations on the explications>, C343

Nymmanus, Gregorius, C218

Nyssenus, Greg., see Gregorius Nyssenus

O

Oakes, Abraham, C320

Oakham, William of, see Ockam, William of

Oates, Titus, A54; C320

Oathes and vows, the scripture doctrine of them, see Scripture doctrine, history and laws

Obedience of a Christian man, see Tyndale, William

Obenhaim, Christoph <Obenheim>, C184

Objection drawn from the act of union against a review of the liturgy <Liturgy. Objection>, C308

Objections to the taxation of our American colonies, see Jenyns, Soame

Observations by the Board of trade [on Grenada], see Great Britain. Board of Trade

Observations in Ign[atianas] Pears[onii] Vindicias et R. Canones, see Larroque, Mathieu de

Observations on a late publication, entitled thoughts on executive justice, see Romilly, Sir Samuel

Observations on public liberty, see Towers, Joseph

Observations on the Assiento trade, see South sea company. Some observations

Observations on the conduct of Great Britain <Britain. Observations>, C245

Observations on the dangers apprehended from popery <Subscription. Thoughts on the dangers . . .>, C338

Observations on the duty of an attorney <Attorney, observations>, C244

Observations on the Greek and Latin classics, see Harwood, Edward

Observations on the mineral waters of France, see Du Clos, Samuel Cotreau, sieur

Observations on the populousness of Africa, see Hippisley, John, Essays

Observations on the present state of the . . . universities <Universities Eng. observations on their present state>, C232

Observations sur le traite de paix conclu à Paris, see Sainte-Croix, Guillaume Emmanuel Joseph Guilhen de Clermont-Lodeve, baron de

Observations sur L’esprit des loix, C85

Observations upon a pamphlet called, An English merchant’s remarks <Observations upon the English merchant’s remarks>, C250

Observations upon the report [on Grenada], see Great Britain. Board of Trade

Observations upon the vagrant laws <Vagrant laws, observations upon them>, C252

Occam, William of, see Ockham, William of

Occasional papers (1697), C87; Collection of the Occasional papers <Avery. Occasional papers>, A109

Occo, Adolfo, C6, 130 (under Mediobarbus, Fr. Biragus)

Ocellus, Lucanus, C17

Ochino, Bernardino <Ochinus>, C184; Discourse on polygamy <Polygamy, discourse on it>, C120

Ockam, William of, see Ockham, William of

Ockham, Peter King, baron, History of the Apostles creed, A101

Ockham, William of <Oakham, William of; Ockam>, A25; C85

Ockland, Christopher, A88

Ockley, Simon <Ockleius>, B19; C49, 136

Ode to the legislator elect of Russia, C239

Odia deflemus, pseud., Trinity of the Bible <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Trinity of the Bible>, C345

Œcolampadius, Johann, C184

Œconomy national, recommended, see National œconomy recommended

Œconomy of the sexes, or the doctrine of divorce, see Fleming, Caleb

Œcumenius, bp. of Tricca, A25

Œkonomische Gesellschaft, Bern, Switzerland, Mémoires concernants l’œconomie rurale (1760–62), C1

Of resisting the lawful magistrate, see Hammond, Henry

Office de la semaine sainte, see Catholic church

Offices of Christian parents, A54

Ogilby, John, A106; C21 (under Virgilius)

Ogle, Newton, C320

Oglio of traytors, see Charles I

Olaus Magnus, C60

Old nonconformist, touching the book of common-prayer <Common prayer book and ceremonies, old nonconformist’s discourse>, C275

Old Whig (1739), see Avery, Benjamin

Oldfield, Joshua, C88, 321

Olding, John, C321

Oldmixon, John, C214

Clarendon and Whitlock compar’d, C55

Critical history of England, ecclesiastical and civil, A109; B19 <History of England>; C60

History of England during the reigns of the royal house of Stuart <History of the royal family of Stewarts>, A114; C60

Memoirs of Lord John Somer B23 (under Somer); C29 (under Somer)

Remarks upon Archdeacon Eachard’s [sic] history <Echard, remarks on his history>, C214

Oldys, William, British librarian, C355

Olevian, Casper <Olevianus>, A88

Olinstead, R., see Olmstead, Richard

Oliva, Giovanni <Olivæ>, C6

Oliver, Andrew, C11

Oliver, Peter, C228; Poem sacred to the memory ofjosiah Willard <Willard, Josiah, Esq; Poem on his death>, C240

Oliver, William, C218

Oliveyra, Solomon de, C133

Olliffe, John, C184

Ollive, Joseph, Clergy’s plea for a settled and forced maintenance from the Quakers <Quakers, clergy’s plea>, C230; [also asc. to Besse, Joseph]

Olmstead, Richard <Olinstead, R.>, A88

Olyffe, George, C236

Olympiodorus, A25

On education <Education, essay upon it>, C222

Onuphrius, Hieronymus, A54

Opera et fragmenta veterum latinorum, see Maittaire, Michel, ed.

Opitz, Heinrich <Opitius>, C204

Oppian <Oppianus>, C17, 142 (under Jones)

Opposition opposed, or the Bedfordshire minister’s reasons, C280 <Dissenters. Opposition opposed>, 338 <Subscription. Opposition opposed>

Optatus, bp. of Milevi, A25

Oratio dominica, see Lord’s Prayer (Polyglot).

Oratio inauguralis in diem Olivarii, see Fisher, Payne

Oratio inauguralis in honorem Olivarii, see Fisher, Payne

Orationes ex historicis Latinis excerptæ, see Condones et orationes ex historicis Latinis escerptæ

Orationum in academia Argentonensi, see Strasbourg. University

*Order of bridegrooms [Hebrew], C133

*Order of brides [Hebrew], C133

*Order of offspring [Hebrew], C133

Order of the Garter, see Garter, Order of the

Ordination by presbyters nidi and void, see Jacques, John

Ordination by presbyters vindicated, see Parsons, Joseph

Ordination considered, see Case of ordination considered

Oregius, Augustine, A54

Orford, Robert Walpole, earl of <Mr. Walpole, his case>, C232; see also 228 (under Oxford [sic], earl of)

Oriental literature. Essay on its usefulness, see Parker, Richard

Oriental literature, dissertation sur elle, see Jones, Sir William

Origanus, David, A54

Origen, A25, 54; C45

Origin of arts, laws and sciences, see Goguet, Antoine Yves

Original pieces concerning the situation of the Greeks . . . in Poland <Poland, original pieces>, C229

Origin is Adam. Ren. epist. ad doctores, see Woolston, Thomas

O’Roon, Hellen, pseud., Pr[ima]te vindicated, and affairs of I[relan]d set in a true light <Affairs of Ireland>, C248

Orosius, Paulus, C45

Orpheus, C17

Orrjohn, B19; C184

Orrery, Charles Boyle, 4th earl of, B19; C18 (under Plinius, C. Cecil. Sec), 106

Orrery, John Boyle, 5th earl of, C29

Orsato, Sertorio <Ursatus>, C8, 60

Orsini, Fulvio <Ursinus>, C130

Ortelius, Abraham <Ortellius>, A25, 100; C49, 74 (under Hegenitius)

Orthodox dissenter, pseud., Candid thoughts on the [late] application to parliament <Subscription. Candid thoughts>, C338

Ortlob, Joannes Christophorus, Conjectura de scutis et clypeis Hebraicorum <Hilischer, C. Gottlieb, De scutis et clypeis Hebræorum>, C208

Orton, Job, B19; C27, 29 (under Doddridge), 184, 321

Ortus sanitatis, see Hortus sanitatis

Orville, see Dorville, Jacques Philippe

Osbaldeston, Richard, bp., Letter from the bishop of London <Earthquakes, letter from the Bp. of London>, C222

Osbeck, Peter <Osbec>, C75

Osborne, Francis, see Sprigg, William

Osborne, Thomas, C32

Osiander <Ossiander>, Andreas, A25

Osiander, Lucas, A88; C68

Osorio, Jerome, A88–9

Osservazioni sopra alcuni frammenti, see Buonarroti, Filippo

Ossian, see Macpherson, James

Ossiander, see Osiander

Ostend company, its importance considered, see Importance of the Ostend company

Ostermann, Johann Eric <Ostermanus>, C236

Ostervald, Jean Frederick, A102

Oswald, James, B19; C184

Otes, Samuel, A106

Otho, Georg, C133

Otho, Johann Heinrich, C134

Otis, James, C236, 250; Considerations on behalf of the colonies <America. Considerations in behalf>, C241

Oudin, Antoine, A90

Oughtred, William, A88; Dialling performed instrumentally, C355

Ousel, Philip, C136

Outram, William, A54; C184

Overall, John, bp. <Overal>, C78; Christian liturgy, or a devout and rational form <Liturgy. Christian>, C308

Overton, Robert, Man’s mortalities, C311

Ovid <Ovidius>, A47 (under Golding, Arthur), 118; B19; C17–8, 141 (under Garth)

Oviedo, Franc. de, see Horantius, Franciscus, bp. of Oviedo

Owen, Benjamin, C321

Owen, Charles, A102

Owen, Henry, B19; C42, 184, 321

Owen, John, A25, 54–5, 88–9, 100, 111; C143, 184–5, 228

Animadversions on a treatise, intituled “Fiat lux” <Answer to Fiat-lux>, A65

Brief instruction in the worship of God, C157

Nature, power, deceit and prevalency . . . of indwelling sin in believers <Treatise of indwelling sin>, A96

Oxford, Bp. of, letter to him, see Cumberland, Richard, bp.

Oxford [i.e. Orford], earl of, report of the committee of secrecy, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of commons. Report from the Committee of secrecy

Oxford, newesfrom thence, see True newsfom Oxford

Oxford, notitia Oxoniensis academiæ, see Fulman, William

Oxford, proof of the university’s promotion and maintenance of the protestant succession, see Muses fountain clear: or the dutiful Oxonian’s defence

Oxford sermon versified, see Gingle, Jacob

Oxford, several depositions concerning the riot there, see Several depositions

Oxford University, C120

Catalogus librorum, A17 (under Hyde); C32 (under Hyde)

Collection of papers designed to explain <Subscription. Collection of papers>, C338

Parecbolæ universitatis Oxoniensis, A102

Pietas . . . in obitum . . . reginæ Carolinæ <Caroline, queen, verses on her death>, C238

Oxford, Edward Harley. 2d earl of, C32

Ozanam, Jacques <Ozanan>, B19; C92

Ozell, John <Ozel>, C88

P

P., J., Anabaptismes mysterie of iniquity unmasked <Anabaptism unmask’d>, A65

Paaw, Peter, A57

Paciaudi, Paolo Maria <Paciaud>, C6, 130

Packet from Rome <Rome, packet from>, C230

Pacquet of advice, see Care, Henry

Page, Samuel, A55

Pages, Solomon <Pagis>, C185

Paget, John, A55

Paget, Thomas Catesby Paget, 3rd baron, C250

Pagi, Antoine, C35

Pagis, Solomon, see Pages, Solomon

Pagitt, Ephraim <Pagitt, Edm.>, A56

Pagninus, Sanctes, A25, 27, 90; C52, 204

Paine, Thomas, A102; C321

Palæopolitanus, Franc., pseud., see More, Henry

Palafox y Mendoza, Juan de, C60

Palanterius, Joannes Paulus <Pallanterierius>, A55

Palermo, Evangelista, B19; C52

Palfreyman, Thomas, C47

Palingenius, Elias <Pallengenius>, see Pincier, Johann

Palke, William, C321

Palladio, Andrea, C8, 120

Palladium of G. Britain and Ireland, see Fleming, Caleb

Palladius, bp. <Palladius Galata>, C134

Pallanterius, see Palanterius

Pallavicino, Ferrante, C120

Pallengenius, Eli, see Pincier, Johann

Palmer, Anthony, Gospel new-creature <Gospel new creature>, C171, 185

Palmer, Herbert, A89

Palmer, John, A57; C321; Free remarks on a sermon entitled “The requisition of subscription . . .” <Subscription. Free remarks>, C338

Palmer, Samuel, C321

Panciroli, Guido, C6

Pancrazi, Giuseppe Maria, C6

Panegyrici veteres, see Cellarius, Christopher

Panvinio, Onofrio <Panuvinus>, C6

Paolo, Sarpi, see Sarpi, Paolo

Papal usurpation, see Bray, Thomas

Papinius Statius, see Statius

Papists’ bloody oath of secrecy, see Bolron, Robert

Pappus, of Alexandria, A27; C92

Paracelsus, Philippe Aureolus Théophile, C37

Parcyvall, see Percyvall

Pareus, David <Paræus; Wängler>, A26; C185, 358

Parez de Valentia, Jacob., see Perez de Valencia, Jaime

Parigny, M. l’abbé de, see Marigny, François Augier de

Paris. Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres, see Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres, Paris

Paris. Académie des sciences, see Académie des sciences, Paris

Paris, Matthew, C29, 60

Parisiensis, Wilh., see Guillaume d’Auvergne, bp. of Paris

Parker, Henry, C321; True grounds of ecclesiastical regiment <Ecclesiastical regiment, the true grounds>, A44

Parker, Matthew, abp., C68

Parker, Richard, Essay on the usefulness of oriental literature <Oriental literature, essay on its usefulness>, C236

Parker, Robert, A55; Scholastical discourse against symbolizing with Antichrist <Discourse against symbolizing>, A12

Parker, Samuel, bp., C185

Parker, William, C185, 215, 321; Late Assembly of divines Confession of faith examined <Confession of faith, Westminster, examined>, C164

Parkhurst, John, C204

Parkinson, John, A27

Parkman, Ebenezer, C321

Parliament.

Declaration of the parliament, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of commons

Manner of holding parliaments, see Raleigh, Sir Walter

Parliamentary right maintained, see Ridpath, George

Privileges and practices, C250

See also Great Britain. Parliament, passim

Parliament begun A. D. 1640, relations and observations . . . upon it, see Walker, Clement

Parliamentary history of England, B20

Parliament’s diurnal occurrences, see Diurnall occurrences in Parliament

Parliament’s love and loyalty to the king, C228

Parliament’s resolution concerning the king’s proclamation, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Parliament’s resolution concerning the pacification, see Great Britain.

Parliament. House of Commons.

Parliament’s resolution concerning the sending of Sir Thomas Barrington Parliaments, rise and power, see Raleigh, Sir Walter

Parnell, Thomas <Parnel>, B20; C143

Parr, Elnathan, A25; C185

Parsons, Bartholomew, C321

Parsons, James, C120

Parsons, Jonathan, C321

Parsons, Joseph, C321; Validity of Presbyterian ordination, <Ordination by presbyters vindicated>, C184

Parsons, Robert, C72; Christian exercise, A72; same in MS., A40

Parthenay, Abbé de, see Desroches de Parthenay, Jean Baptiste

Pascal, Blaise <Paschal>, B20; C120, 185; Letters relating to the Jesuits <Life of . . . with his letters>, B20; C29

Pasor, Georg, A90; C185, 204

Passerani, Alberto Radicati, conte <Passeran>, C120, 122, 228

Passions, essay on their nature, see Hutcheson, Francis

Patavinus, Marsil., see Menandrino, Marsilio, of Padua

Paterculus, see Velleius Paterculus

Path of life, see Lonzano, Menahem ben Judah de

Patin, Charles, C130

Paton, Robert, C321

Patricius, see Patrizi

Patrick, John, C143, 185; Full view of the doctrines and practices of the ancient church, C170

Patrick, Symon, bp., A114; B20; C185–6, 321

Continuation of a friendly debate, <Friendly debate, continuation of it>, C170

Friendly debate between a conformist, C170

Further continuation and defence of a friendly debate <Friendly debate, further continuation>, C170

Patrizi, Francesco, bp. <Patricius>, A57, 89

Patronus bonæ fidei in causa puritanorum, see Du Moulin, Louis

Patrum precationes, see Bible. Latin.

Patsall, Mrs., Apology for the catholics of Great Britain and Ireland, C153, 267 <Catholics in Great Britain & Ireland, an apology for them>

Patten, Thomas, Letter to Lord North concerning subscription <North, Ld., Letter to him>, C320

Pattern of catechisticall doctrine, see Andrewes, Lancelot, bp.

Paul V, pope, see Catholic Church. Pope Paul V

Paul, Father, see Sarpi, Paolo

Paul, P. S., see Sarpi, Paolo

Paulinus, Berti, see Berti, Paulinus

Paulinas, letter to him, see Hart, William

Paulus, P. St., see Sarpi, Paolo

Paulus V., see Catholic Church. Pope Paul V

Paumier, François, Response du sieur Pomier <Response charitable . . .>, C230

Pausanias, C18, 49

Pauteren, Jan van <Dispauterius>, A77; C135

Pavonius, Franciscus, A89; C47

Pawnbroking apologized for, see Apology for the business of pawn-broking

Paxton, Peter, C85

Payenne philosophie, histoire de la, see Burigny, Jean Lévesque

Peabody, Oliver, C322

Pead, Deuel, C322

Peake, Thomas, America, or an exact description of the West Indies, C48

Pearce, Zachary, bp., B20; C20 (under Longinus), 42, 322

Pearson, John, bp. <Pearsonius>, A122; B20; C35, 186; ed., Critici sacri <Criticorum sacrorum>, A8

Pearson, Richard, C322

Pearson, William, C186, 218

Peckard, Peter <Pechard>, C322; Dissertation on Revelations, chap. xi. ver. 13, C328

Pecquet, Jean <Pecquetus>, C2

Peirce, James <Piercius>, A90, 102; B20; C186, 322–3

Answer to Arius detected <Arianism. Answer to [Arius detected]>, C256

Answer to the above, see Answer to Mr. Pence’s Western inquisition

Pelargus, Christophorus, A55–6; C186

Pelegromius, Simon, A89

Pellegrini, Camillo <Pellegrino>, C6

Pellicanus, Conradus <Pelicanus>, A26

Pelling, Edward, C186

Pelling, John, C323

Pelt, Joannes <Pelthis>, A55

Pemberton, Ebenezer, A90; C186, 323, 326 (under Prince)

Pemberton, Ebenezer, jr., C323

Pemberton, Henry, A118; B20; C37, 101, 139, 218

Pemberton, William, A89

Pemble, William, A26, 56, 89; C94, 186

Pendlebury, William, C323

Penington, Isaac, C186

Penn, William, C229

Persuasive to moderation <Dissenters. Persuasive>, C280

Three letters tending to demonstrate <Conscience. Three letters>, C276

Pennottus, Gabriel, A26

Penrose, Thomas, C323

Pepperell, Sir William, bart., C214

Percival, Thomas, C101

Percy, Thomas, bp., Key to the New Testament <New Testament. Key>, C319; Reliques of ancient poetry, B10 <listed under Dodsley, Robert>; C143; Song of Solomon newly translated <Solomon’s song>, C335

Percyvall, Richard <Parcyvall>, A57; Dictionarie in Spanish and English <Minsheu, Joh., Spanish and English dictionary>, A24

Perez de Valencia, Jaime <Parez de Valentia>, A26

Peritsol, Abraham, see Farissol, Abraham ben Mordecai

Perizonius, see Voorbroeck, Jacobus

Perkins, Joseph, C323

Perkins, William, A26, 55–6, 89; C186

Perrault, Claude, A27; C8

Perrault, Nicolas, Morale des Jesuites, <Jesu societas. Morale>, C115

Perrin, Jean Baptiste, Brevis ad artem cogitandi introductio <Introductio brevis . . .>, C88

Perrin, Jean Paul, A56

Perry, Charles, B20

Perry, Francis, C234

Perry, Joseph, C323

Perry, William, C52, 204

Persian Cromwell, see Swedish officer, pseud.

Persius, A83; B15 (under Juvenal); C16 (under Juvenal)

Perspective practique, see Dubreuil, Jean

Perth assembly a nullity, see Calderwood, David

Pesantius, Alexander, A26

Petavius, Dionysius, A26; C11

Peter Lombard, see Lombard, Peter

Peters, Charles, C42

Pétion de Villeneuve, Jérôme, Loix civiles <Loix, les civiles>, C84

Petiscus, see Pitiscus

Petit, Edward, C120

Petit, Pierre, C52, 101

Petit, Samuel, A26; C77

Petition of the Lord Primate, see Humble petition of the Lord Primate

Petrarca, Francesco, A89–90; C143

Petrie, Alexander, A26; C68

Petronius, A90; C18

Petropolitanæ imperialis scientiarum academiæ commentarii, see Imperatorskaia akademiia nauk i khudozhestv, St. Petersburg

Petrus, a Bella Pertica <Bellapertica, Pet.>, A7, 71

Petrus a Sancto Joseph, see Pierre de St. Joseph

Petrus, de Abano <Abano, Pet. de; Ebano, Petr. de>, A3, 13

Petrus, Bartholomseus, of Lntre <Lintrensis, Barth. Petr.>, A50

Pett, Sir Peter, C29; Discourse concerning liberty of conscience <Liberty of conscience, discourse concerning>, C179

Petter, Nicolaes, C33

Pettingall, John <Pettingal>, B20; C85, 208, 234

Petto, Samuel, A85, 89

Petty, William, C148

Petyt, William, C85

Peucer, Gaspard <Peucerus>, C101

Peurbach, Georg von <Purbachius>, A90

Peyton, Sir Edward, C214

Pezel, Christoph <Pezelius>, A56, 89

Pezron, Paul, B20; C6

Pfaff, Christoph Matthias <Pfaffen>, C323

Pfaff, Johann Christoph, Protestantium dogmata ex jure canonico comprohata <Protestantism. Protestantium . . .>, C226

Pflacher, Moses <Pflacherus>, A55

Pfochenius, Sebastianus, A90

Phædrus, A118; C18

Phalaris, B12, 20; C18

Pharmacopæia Londinensis colle giarum <Pharmacopeia . . .>, see London.

Royal college of physicians

Phavorinus, see Varinus, Phavorinus Camers, bp.

Philalethes, pseud., Gibraltar a bulwark to Great Britain <Gibralter . . .>, C246; Pandemonium, a poem <Lauder, Wm. Pandemonium>, C238

Philanglus, or some sober inspections, see Howell, James

Philemon to Hydaspes, see Coventry, Henry

Philipps, Jenkin Thomas <Phillips; Phillipps>, A111; C61, 75, 120, 186, 229

Philips, John <Phillips>, C143, 239

Phillips, Edward, C204

Phillips, J. T., see Philipps, Jenkin Thomas

Phillips, John <Philips>, B20; see also Las Casas, Bartholomæus

Phillips, Robert, C323

Phillips, Samuel, C323

Phillips, Thomas, C29, 229

Philo Judæus, A26; C18

Philochristus, pseud., Letter to the Rev. Mr. Chandler, occasioned by his late discourse, entitled, The case of subscription, C267 (under Chandler) [Philochristus variously identified as Richard Moseley, George Harvest, and Peter Annet]

Philodamas, a tragedy, see Bentley, Richard

Philoponus, Joannes Grammaticus, A15, 57

Philosophical collections, see Hooke, Robert, ed.

Philosophical transactions, see Royal Society of London

Philostorgius, C45

Philostrarus, Flavius, C18

Philotheos Physiologus, see Tryon, Thomas

Philoveritas, pseud., Essay on religion <Religion. Essay on religion>, C328

Phipps, Constantine, see Mulgrave, Constantine John Phipps, 2nd baron

Phipps, Joseph, C186

Phips, William, C323

Phocylides, C20 (under Theognidis)

Phocylides, Joan., see Holwarda, Joannes Phocylides

Phœnix, or a revival of scarce and valuable pieces, see Dunton, John

Photius, A25, 27

Phrygius, Petrus Franciscus, A57

Physical and literary essays <Essays physical and literary>, C150

Pianezza, Carlo E. F. G. de Simiana, marchese di, A90

Piccolomini, Æneas Sylvius, see Catholic Church. Pope Pius II and Pius II, pope

Piccolomini, Alessandro, abp., C47

Piccolomini, Francesco, A27, 56

Picherel, Petrus <Picherellus>, A89

Pickard, Edward, C323–4

Pickering, Danby, C81

Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni, conte, A25, 90

Pictet, Benedict, C186

Piedmont. Collection of papers, see Collection of papers . . . concerning the massacres in Piedmont

Pierce, Nathaniel, C229

Pierce, Thomas, C186

Piercius, Jac, see Peirce, James

Pierre, Jean, see Ripert de Montclair

Pierre de St. Joseph <Pet. a S. Joseph>, A83

Piers <Pierce> Ploughman, see Langland, William

Pietas et gratulatio, see Harvard college

Pietro Soave Polano, see Sarpi, Paolo

Piganiol de la Force, Jean Aymar, C49

Piggott, John <Piggot; Pigott>, C187, 324

Pighius, Stephanus Vinandus <Vinandus, Steph.>, C63

Pigna, Giovanni Battista, C61

Pignet, see Du Pinet, Antoine

Pignoria, Lorenzo <Pignorius>, C6, 208

Pike, Nicholas, C92

Pike, Samuel, C120, 204, 324

Piles, Roger de, B20; C9, 29

Pilkington, Matthew, C42, 187

Pilot English, see English pilot

Pincier, Johann <Pallengenius, Eli>, A89

Pincot, Daniel, C9

Pindar, B20, 26 (under West); C18, 144 (under West)

Pine, John, C33

Pineda, Juan de, A26

Pinelus, see Pinhel

Pingré, Alexandre Guy, C11

Pinhel, Arius <Pinelus, Arias>, A90

Pinke, William, A89

Pinto, Hector <Pintus>, A55

Piranesi, Giambattista, C7, 33

Pisaurensia marmora, see Abbati Olivieri Giordani, Annibali degli

Pisaurensis, collectio omnium poematum, see Amati, Pasquale

Piscator, Johann, A26, 89–90, 111; C187

Piscator, F., and Piscator, P., pseud., see Fisher, Payne

Piscorius, see Pistorius

Pisis, Raynerii de, see Raynerius, of Pisa

Pisonis, Nic., see Nicolas, da Pisa

Pistorius, Johann <Piscorius>, ed., Artis cabalisticæ scriptores, A3; Germanicarum rerum illustrium scriptores, A15

Pitcairn, Archibald, C101

Pitiscus, Bartholomaeus <Petiscus>, A57

Pitiscus, Samuel <Petiscus, Sam.>, C6

Pits, John <Pitseus>, A56

Pitt, Christopher, B20; C21 (under Virgilius), 143

Pitt, William, 1st earl of Chatham, C245

Answer at large to his speech, see Answer at large to the speech of William Pitt

Celebrated speech of a celebrated commoner <America. Celebrated speech>, C242

His political conduct, see Political conduct of the Earl of Chatham Political debates, C250

Pitts, Thomas, Western martyrology, or the bloody assizes, C127

Pius II, pope <Sylvius, Æneas>, A30, 57; Gnomologia sententiarum, A80

Placæus, Josua, see La Place, Josué de

Placcius, Vincent, C120

Placette, Jean de la, C187

Plague, historical account of the same, see Bertrand, Jean, or Soame, John

Succinct account of the one at Merseils, see Chicovneau, François

Plain and faithful narrative of the differences among the dissenters at Exeter <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Plain and faithful narrative>, C344

Plain and seasonable address to the freeholders in Great Britain <America. Plain and seasonable address>, C242

Plain dealing, or a friendly reproof <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Plain dealing>, C344

Plain English, C250

Plain reasoner, wherein the present state of affairs is set in a new light, C250

Plan for a Magdalen house, see Hanway, Jonas

Plan of the English commerce, see Defoe, Daniel

Plank, Stephen, C216

Plater, Felix <Platerus>, A57; C94, 101

Platina, Bartholomew dé Sacchi, A56; C29 (under Ricault)

Plato, A27, 114; B20, 23 (under Spens); C18

Platonic wife, a comedy, see Griffith, Elizabeth

Platt, Sir Hugh, A90

Platts, John, Historical and rational enquiry <Diocesan bishops, historical and rational account>, C280

Plautus, A90; C18

Playfair, James, C35

Playford, John, C356

Play-house, companion to it, see Baker, David Erskine

Plazzonus, Franciscus <Plazzonius>, C218

Pleas of the crown, see Hale, Sir Matthew

Pleix, see Dupleix, Scipion

Plenderleath, David <Plenderheath>, C324

Pleyx, see Dupleix, Scipion

Plimouth, New, see New Plymouth

Pliny, the elder <Plinius, C. Sec.>, A27, 118; C18, 72

Pliny, the younger <Plinius, C. Cecil. Sec; Plinius, Cæo.>, A90, 111; B19 (under Orrery), 20; C18

Pliny junior, pseud., Letters to the earl of Hillsborough, C148

Plotinus, A27; C18

Pluche, Noel Antoine, B19 <Nature displayed>; C72, 120, 187

Plus ultra, see Hickman, Henry

Plutarch, A26–7, 115; B20; C18–9, 29

Plymouth, see New Plymouth

Pococke, Edward <Pocock>, A114; B20; C42, 132 (under Abul-Pharajio), 134

Pococke, Richard, bp. <Pocock>, C75, 324

Pœllnitz, Carl Ludwig von, baron <Polnitz>, B20; C75

Poem on the glorious achievements . . . of Admiral Vernon <Vernon, admiral, poem on his glorious achievements>, C240

Poetæ Græcæ veteres, see La Rovière, Pierre de

Poetæ minores græcæ, A90; B20; C19

Poetæ veteres, carminis Græci heroici, scriptores, see Lectius, Jacobus

Poetarum Latinorum opera et fragmenta, see Maittaire, Michael

Poeton, Edw., Chirugeon’s closet, see Bonham, Thomas

Poetry, British, an introduction of the ancient Greek and Roman measures into it, see Introduction of the ancient Greek and Roman measures

Pointer, John, C120

Poisons, essay on culinary, see Robertson, Joseph

Poivre, Pierre, Voyages d’un philosophe, C126

Polan, Amand <Polanus>, A26, 55, 89; C356

Poland, original pieces concerning the situation, see Original pieces

Polhill, Edward, A89

Polignac, Melchior de, cardinal, C143

Polite behaviour, an essay upon it, see Essay on polite behavior

Politeia civilis et ecclesiastica, see De politia civilis et ecclesiastica

Politeuphuia, see Ling, Nicholas

Politi, Alessandro <Politus>, C229

Politian, see Poliziano, Angelo

Political aphorisms, or the true principles, see H., T.

Political conduct of the Earl of Chatham <Chatham, Wm. Pitt, earl of, His political conduct>, C245

Political debates, see Pitt, William, 1st earl ot Chatham

Political logic displayed <Political logic; or a key>, C250

Political register (1769–70), C87

Politicks on both sides, with regard to foreign affairs, see Bath, William Pulteney, earl of

Politus, see Politi

Poliziano, Angelo, A90

Pollexfen, John, England and East India inconsistent <East India trade. England and E. India inconsistent>, C210

Pollux, Julius <Pollucus; Julius Pollux>, A57; C16, 19

Polnitz, see Pœllnitz, Carl Ludwig von, baron

Polus, see Poole

Polyænus, C19

Polyanthea, A27

Polybius, B13 (under Hampton), 20; C19

Polycarp, bp. of Smyrna, A56

Polygamy, discourse on it, see Ochino, Bernardino

Pomier, see Paumier

Pomis, David de, A27

Pompeius Festus, see Festus, Sextus Pompeius

Pomponazzi, Pietro <Pomponatius>, C94, 187

Pomponius Mela, A87; C19, 49

Poncius, Joannes, A27

Pontificiale [sic] romanum, see Catholic church

Pontoppidan, Erik, bp., C72

Poole, Matthew <Polus>, A25, 27, 89; B20; C42, 187, 229, 324

Poor man’s library, see Alley, William, bp.

Pope, Alexander, B20; C16 (under Homerus), 121, 143; New Dunciad <Dunciad, new>, C238

Pope, Michael, C187

Popery, a modest plea for, see Modest plea for popery

Popery against Christianity, see Gordon, James

Popery, free thoughts on the establishment of, see Bruce, Archibald

Popery, hist[ory] of, see Care, Henry Popery.

Free examination of the methods used to prevent the growth, see Usher, James

Modest plea for popery (1717, i.e. 1735), C324

Real antiquity of the church of Rome proved, C324

Religion of papists and presbyterians truly stated, see Newcome, Daniel

Roman papal empire (1600, i.e. 1700), C324

Some acco[unt] of the late inclinations, see Grosvenor, Benjamin

Three questions resolved, see Fleming, Caleb

Pope’s deadly wound, see Clarke, Thomas

Popple, William, C187

Popular prejudice concerning partiality to the interests of the house of Hanover <Hanover. Popular prejudice>, C247

Porny, Marc Antoine <Porney>, C54

Porphyry <Porphyrius>, A10, 90; C19

Port Royal, Messrs. de, see Lancelot, Claude and Arnauld, Antoine

Porta, Giovanni Battista della, A89; C121

Porta, Henricus a, B14; C134

Porterfield, William, C2, 139

Portius, Joannes Christophorus, A27

Portugal, Joan, de, see Joannes de Portugal

Portuguese inquisition, authentic memoirs of it, see Authentic memoirs . . .

Portugueze dictionary, see Compleat account of the Portugueze language

Portus Iccius J. Cæsaris illustratis, see Somner, William

Possel, Johann <Posselius>, A90; C121, 149

Possevino, Antonio, A27

Postel, Guillaume <Postellus>, C7, 49, 52, 121, 136

Postlethwayt, Malachy, C38, 148

Pott, Percival, C101

Potter, Francis, A55

Potter, John, A111

Potterjohn, abp., B20; C7, 187, 324

Potter, Thomas, Expedition against Rochefort fully stated <Report. Expedition against Rochefort>, C230

Pouilly, see Levesque de Pouilly, Louis Jean

Povey, Charles, Torments after death: delivered in a conference <Hell torments after death>, C298

Powell, William Samuel <Powel>, C324

Powers claimed by the hierarchy examined <Hierarchy, examination of the powers>, C212

Pownal, Thomas, B20; C85, 208; Treatise on government <Government. Treatise on it>, C247

Pozzo, Paride del, Duello libro de re, C110

Practical discourses on hearing the word, C173 <Hearing the word, practical discourses on it>, 187

Practical divinity of the papists, see Clarkson, David

Practice of piety, see Bayly, Lewis

Practise of Christianity, see Saltmarsh, John

Præcognita theologica, see Alsted, Johann Heinrich

Prat, Daniel, Farther remarks on the Reverend Dr. Snape’s Second letter <Snape, Andrew, Further [sic] remarks>, C335

Necessity of believing in a future state <Future state, necessity of believing>, C291

Remarks on the Reverend Dr. Snape’s Second letter <Snape, Andrew, Rem[arks] on his 2d letter>, C335

Pratz, M. le Page du, see Le Page du Pratz, M.

Praver.

Form of prayer for a fast and Forms of prayer composed on account of the rebellion, see Church of England. Liturgy and ritual

Letter from Theophilus to Gains, see Fleming, Caleb

Select forms of prayer made use of on the last fast, see Select form of prayer

Prayers, their order, Heb., see Siddur

Precedents in chancery, from 1689 to 1722, C81

Preceptor, B21; C121

Predestination made absolute, considerations upon it, see Barclay, Robert

Prelate’s tyranny, a new discovery of it, see Prynne, William

Prentice, Thomas, C324

Prerogative of man <Soul. Prerogative of man>, C335

Presbyterian government vindicated, see Vindication of presbyteriall-government

Presbyterians, historical essay of their royalty, see Kirkpatrick, James

Presbyters re-ordination by bishops, serious review of it, see Crofton, Zachary

Preservative against popery, see Gibson, Edmund, bp.

Press, essay on the liberty of it, see Hayter, Thomas, bp.

Prester John, C229

Presti, Leonhard Maria, see Lo Presti, Leonardo Maria

Preston, John, A55, 57, 89; C187

Preston, Thomas, see Widdrington, Roger, pseud.

Pretender & popery, Gt. Britain’s memorial against them, see Chandler, Samuel

Price, John, C42

Price, Richard, B21; C47, 92, 187, 251

Prideaux, Humphrey, A26, 55–6, 111; B21; C29, 61

Prideaux, John, A89

Priestcraft exposed, C229

Priesthood. False notion of a Christian priesthood, see Herne, Thomas

Priestley, Joseph, B21; C34, 42, 52, 94–5, 121, 140, 187–8, 212, 250, 325

Present state of liberty in Great Britain and her colonies, B13 <Great-Britain and North America–present state of>; C243 <America. Present state>, 245 <Britain. Present state>

Primaleon, of Greece, A90

Primatt, William, C136

Primaudaye, see La Primaudaye, Pierre de

Primer for the use of Mohawk children <Mohawk language, a primmer [sic] of>, C52

Primrose, Gilbert, A89

Primrose, James, C101, 121

Prince, Nathan, C358

Prince, Thomas, C35, 326, 356; Memoirs of Roger Clap, C207 (under Clap)

Principles of equity, B11 <Equity, principles of>; C85

Principles of the protestant religion maintained, see Allen, James

Pringle, Sir John, C101

Prior, Matthew, Dialogues of the dead, B10

Prior, William, C326

Priscianus <Priscinus Caesariensis>, A90

Prisons, thoughts on them, see Jebb, John

Privileges and practices of Parliament <Parliament. Privileges and practices>, C250

Processionale ad usum Sarum, see Catholic church

Proclus <Procli philosophi platonici vita>, C29

Professorum Leidensium censura, see Leyden. University

Professorum Leidensium specimen, see Leyden. University

Progress of envy, a poem <Lauder, Wm. Progress of envy>, C238

Prohibition act, reflections on it, see Deioe, Daniel

Propertius, A116

Prophecy. Argument from prophecy . . ., see Lowman, Moses

Prophets, account of some pretended ones, see Account of the pretended prophets

Proposal for obtaining a charter to incorporate a society for promoting Christian knowledge, see Humble proposal

Prosper of Aquitaine, A89

Protestans, leur plaintes, see Claude, Jean

Protestant dissenters, their rights, see Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1st viscount

Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. Diocese of Massachusetts. Liturgy . . . for the use of the First Episcopal Church in Boston, C179

Protestant remarks on T. D.’s Discourse, see Marvell, Andrew

Protestant-armour, see Theophilus, Anglicanus, pseud.

Protestantism.

Plain reasons, see Chandler, Samuel

Protestant, or the doctrine of universal liberty, see Sharp, William

Protestant religion maintained, see Allen, James

Protestantium dogmata ex jure canonico comprobata, see Pfaff, Johann Christoph

Protestant’s reasons why he cannot turn papist, C327

Some account of the protestant interest, see Mather, Cotton

True protestant religion set forth, C326

View of the articles of the protestant and popish faith, C327

Protestant’s reasons why he cannot turn papist <Protestantism. Protestant’s reasons>, C327

Protests in the House of Lords, see Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

Prussia. Laws, etc. <Code Frédéric, ou corps de droit>, C77; Exposition of the motives, see Mitchell, Andrew

Prynne, William, A26, 55–7; C61, 78, 85, 122, 148, 188, 229, 251

Breviate of the life of Archbishop Laud, B16 (under Laud); C29

New discovery of the prelates tyranny, <Prelate’s tyranny, a new discovery of it>, C121

Quench-coale, A57

Timothy and Titus unbishoped, C213

Przypkowski, Samuel, Dissertatio de pace <Anonymi dissertatio>, A66

Psalmanazar, George, B21; C29

Psalms in metre, see Bible. Bay Psalm book

Psalmi, see Bible

Ptolomæus, Claudius, A27, 56; C49; Geographia universalis, A15

Pufendorf, Samuel, freiherr von <Puffendorf; Puffendorff; Puttendorf>, A57, 90; B21; C61, 85, 122

Pujati, Giovanni Antonio <Puiati; Pugati>, B21; C122

Puller, Timothy, C188

Pulleyn, John <Pulleyne>, C327; Art of contentment <Contentment, the art of>, C46, 164

Pulton, Ferdinando <Pulton, Fard.>, see Great Britain, Laws, etc.

Pulton, Frederick, C81

Purbach, see Peurbach, Georg von

Purchas, Samuel, A26–7

Putchius, Helias, see Putschius, Helias

Puteanus, Erycius <Put, Hendrik van der>, A90

Puteo, Franciscus de, A25

Putschius, Helias <Putchius>, A57

Purtendorf, see Puffendorf

Pye, Benjamin, C327

Pye, Samuel, C188

Pyle, Thomas, A111; B21; C188, 327

Pynchon, William, C188

Q

Quakers.

A brief account of their persecutions, see Brief account of the persecutions of the Quakers

Clergy’s plea for a fixed and settled maintenance, see Besse, Joseph, or Ollive, Joseph

Declaration of their faith, see Burroughs, Edward

Harmless and innocent, their declaration, see Fox, George

Quakers quibbles, see Thompson, Thomas

Quarles, Francis, C143

Quench coal (1637), see Prynne, William

Querbeuf, Yves Mathurin Marie Tréaudet de, Lettres edifiantes et curieuses <Jesu societas. Lettres>, B16; C115

Queries recommended to the consideration of the public <Subscription. Queries recommended to the consideration of the public>, C338

Question proposed to the author of the addresses, see Gibson, Edmund, bp.

Question stated, answer to the above, see Forster, Nathaniel

Question stated, whether the freeholdeers of Middlesex, see Meredith, Sir William

Quevedo y Villegas, Francesco de, C19 (under Plutarchus)

Quick, John, A27; C68

Quinctilianus, see Quintilianus

Quincy, Edmund, C230

Quincy, John, C90, 99 (under Hodges), 101 (under Pitcairn), 102

Quincy, Josiah, C358

Quinquarboreus, Joannes, C52

Quintilianus <Quinctilianus, M. Fab.>, A118; B21; C19

Quintus Curtius, see Rufus, Quintus Curtius

Quintus Smyrnaeus <Quintus Calabri>, A90

Quistorp, Johann <Quistorius>, A108

R

*Rabbinical manuscript, C89

Rabelais, François, C122

Raccolta d’apologie edite ed inedite delta dottrina de’ PP. gesuiti <Jesu societas. Raccolta>, C115

Racine, Jean, C131

Racines hebraiques, see Houbigant, Charles François

Rada, Juan de <Radus, Joan. de>, A58–9

Radcliff, Ebenezer, Two letters to the right rev. prelate <Dissenters. Two letters to a rev. prelate>, C280

Rader, Matthew <Raderus>, A28

Radicati, see Passerani, Alberto Radicati, conte

Radus, see Rada

Raimond, Denis, see Girard, Claude

Rainolds, John <Raynoldes>, A57–8, 91; C188; Answere to a sermon . . . by G. Downame <Answer to Downham’s sermon> (wrongly attrib., see Sherwood, Richard), A35

Rait, William, A91

Raius, see Ray

Râle, Sébastien <Ralle>, C89 (MS.)

Raleigh, Sir Walter, A28, 92; C61, 122, 230; Prerogative of Parliaments, B21 <Parliaments, rise and power of>; C250 <Parliament. Manner of holding>, 251

Ralph, James, C61, 143; Case of our present theatrical disputes <Theatrical disputes, case of the present>, C232

Rambler, see Johnson, Dr. Samuel

Ramée, Pierre de la <Ramus>, A59, 91, 108; C50, 88, 216, 230, 237, 355

Ramesay, William <Ramsey>, C95

Ramsay, Allan, Thoughts on the origin and nature of government <Government. Thoughts on its origin and nature>, C247

Ramsay, André Michel de <Ramsay, Chevalier>, C122, 230; Life of Fénelon <Fénelon, M. Abp. of Cambray, Life of>, C27

Ramsay, Andrew, C188

Ramsay, David, C61

Ramsey, see Ramesay

Ramus, Pet., see Ramée, Pierre de la

Ranchin, Guillaume, Review of the conncell <council> of Trent, A28

Rand, William, C327

Randall, John, A58

Randall, Matthew <Randal>, Reflections on the duty of masters, C122, 188

Randall, Thomas, C327

Randolph, Thomas, C327

Ranulphi Cistrensis, see Higden, Ranulphus

Raphel, Georg <Raphelius>, C42

Raphelengius, Franz, A59

Rapin, Paul de, A92, 123; B21; C61, 214

Rashi <Jarchi, R. Solom.>, A82; Rook upon the law, C132

Rast, Georg Sigismund, C327

Rastell, William, C81; Terrnes de la ley <Ley, les terrnes de la>, C81

Rationale divinorum, see Durantis, Gulielmus, bp.

Raulin, Johann, A58

Ravanellus, Petrus, A28; C42

Ravenscroft, Thomas, C356

Ravensperger, Hermann, Florilegium theologicum, A45

Raviglio Rossi, Giulio, C61

Ravisius, Joannes <Ravisius Textor>, see Tixier, Jean

Rawlet, John, C188

Rawlin, Richard, C188

Rawlinson, Richard, C29

Rawson, Joseph, Essay on Christ’s fear of death <Christ. Essay>, C269

Ray, John <Raius>, A92, 111, 123; B21; C31, 72, 76, 122

Ray, Nicholas, C251

Ray, Thomas, C327

Raymond, Henry Augustus, pseud., see Scott, Sarah

Raymond, Sir Robert Raymond, 1st baron, Reports, see Great Britain. Courts

Raynal, Jean, C61

Raynaud, Théophile <Raynaudrus; Reynaudus>, A58; C118

Raynerius, of Pisa <Pisis, Raynerius de>, A57

Raynoldes, see Rainolds, John

Read, Henry, C327

Read, James, C283 (under Evans)

Reader, Simon, C188

Reader, Thomas, C188

Reading, John, A91

Real antiquity and authority of the church of Rome proved <Popery. Real antiquity of the church of Rome proved>, C324

Real seeker, or a series of letters, C189

Reason.

Answer to the postscript of scripture vindicated, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Defence of the plea, see Jackson, John

Essay concerning the use, and Essay concerning its use, see Collins, Anthony

Plea for human reason, see Jackson, John

Second part of the plea, see Jackson, John

Reasonableness of the Christian religion, see Hammond, Henry

Reasons against a standing army <Army, reasons against a standing>, C219

Reasons for im[peaching] the L—d h—t—r, see Defoe, Daniel

Reasons for uniting the church and dissenters <Church. Reasons for uniting>, C271

Reasons of dissent from the last resolution of the General Assembly <Dissentfrom a resolution>, C280

Reasons of the dissenting brethren against the third proposition <Dissenting brethren, their reasons against Presbyterian government>, A43

Reasons of the necessity of the Reformation in England, see Jacob, Henry

Reasons offered to Parliament, see Wyng, John

Réaumur, René Antoine Ferchault de, C72

Recentiores de anima controversiæ, see Kraus, Christian

Reckenberger, Johann Leonard <Rechenbergerus; Reckenbergerus; Reckenbergius>, C70, 204, 208

Reclaimed papist, see Canes, John Baptist Vincent

Reconcileableness of God’s prescience, see Howe, John

Record, Robert, A91; C92

Recueil des excellens et libres discours sur l’estat present de France <Discours sur l’etat de France>, C246

Recupito, Giulio Cesare, C122

Redi, Francesco <Redus>, C72

Rees, David, C328

Reeves, William <Reeve>, B21; C45

Reflections on representation, see Reflexions . . .

Reflections on the late convention, see Seasonable reflections

Reflections upon the books of the Holy Scripture, see Allix, Peter

Reflections upon two Athenian mercuries lately published <Baptism. Reflections>, C258

Reflexions on representation in parliament <America. Reflections on representation>, C242

Reformation of manners . . ., account of its progress, see Woodward, Josiah

Regenvolscius, Andr., see Wegięrski, Andrzej

Regicides, accompt of the trial, and Regicides–trial of the, see Nottingham, Heneage Finch, 1st earl of, Exact and impartial account . . .

Register historical, see Historical register

Register of that most noble Order of the Garter <Register of the most noble order>, see Garter, Order of the

Registrum brevium, C81

Regius, Henricus, A59

Regius, Urbanus, A58

Rehearsall transpos’d, see Marvell, Andrew

Rehlingius, Joannes, C237

Reid, Thomas, B21; C95

Reimarus, Hermann Samuel, C237

Reineccius, Reinier, A59

Reines, Thomas <Reinesius>, C7

Reinhold, Erasmus <Reinoldus>, A59

Reinold, Johann <Reinoldius>, C122

Reiske, Justus Christoph, C212

Reland, Adrian <Relandus>, B21; C49, 70, 134, 328

Relation of Pr. Robert’s proceedings in Leicestershire, see True relation of Prince Rupert’s proceedings

Relation of the victorious skirmish at Southam-field, see True and perfect relation

Relationi universali, see Botero, Giovanni

Relations and observations . . . upon the Parliament begun 1740 [i.e. 1640], see Walker, Clement

Religion and reason adjusted, see Banks, Richard

Religion, estimate of the profit and loss, see Anderson, George

Religion gentili nel moriere ricavata, see Maffei, Scipione, marchese

Religion not the magistrate’s province, C328, 338 <Subscription. Religion not the magistrate’s province>

Religion of antichrist, or notes on the Revelation, see Barnard, John

Religion of nature considered, C328

Religion of nature not set up in opposition, C328

Religion of the Church of England the surest establishment of the royal throne <Church of England, its religion the surest establishment>, C221

Religion.

Discourse of religion natural and revealed, see Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1st viscount

Essay on religion, see Philoveritas, pseud.

External, its use and importance, see Blackburne, Francis

Five schemes of Christian religion, C328

Free thoughts concerning the wrong notions . . . about the use of reason in religion, C328

Letters on religion between Theophilus and Eugenia, see Blackmore, Sir Richard

Of nature not set up in opposition, see Religion of nature not set up in opposition

Religion of nature considered, C328

Religion not the magistrates province, C328

Remarks on the short system, see Remarks upon a book, intituled The short system of religion

Short system of religion, see Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1st viscount

Religious ceremonies and customs of the several nations of the world, A115

Religious establishment in Scotland examined, see Graham, John

Religious grievances, a short and seasonable application, see Stone, Francis

Religious remembrancer, see Jones, Thomas

Reliques of ancient poetry, see Percy, Thomas, bp.

Remaines concerning Brittaine, see Camden, William

Remarks on a pamphlet, intitled Thoughts on the conduct of Tories <Tories, whigs & dissenters, remarks>, C252

Remarks on Bp. Burnet’s History <Burnet, Gilbert. Remarks on his history>, C213

Remarks on Dr. Johnson’s life of Milton, see Blackburne, Francis

Remarks on the above [letter to a dissenter in Exeter], see Moore, John

Remarks on the appendix to the present state of the nation <Nation, remarks on the appendix>, C250

Remarks on two pamphlets, see Middleton, Conyers

Remarks upon a book, intituled The short system of religion <Religion. Remarks on the short system of religion>, C328

Remarks upon a late dissertation <Trinity. Remarks>, C345

Remarks upon a letter published in the London chronicle <Breton, cape, remarks upon a letter>, C220

Remarks upon Dr. Sherlock’s Answer to Mr. Sykes <Sherlock, Thomas, Remarks on Dr. Sherlock’s letter>, C333

Remarks upon bishop, scripture, vindicated, see Foxcroft, Thomas, Eleutherius inermatus

Remarks upon certain proposals for an application to Parliament for relief <Subscription. Remarks upon certain proposals>, C338

Remarks upon some strictures lately published, C230

Remigius, Nicol., see Remy, Nicholas

Remón, Alonso <Remo, Ildefonsus>, A59

Remus, Georgius, A91

Remy, Nicholas <Remigius>, C122

Renaudot, Eusebius <Renaudote; Renaudus>, C76, 134

Reply of the ministers of the several Roman Catholic states <Letters to his majesty’s secretaries of state>, C226

Reply to a scandalous libel, see Sutcliffe, Matthew

Report of the general officers, see Great Britain. Army.

Report.

Candid refections on the report, see Fox, Henry

Expedition against Rochefort fully stated, see Potter, Thomas

Reports des cases in ley, see Great Britain. Courts

Reprover, faithful, see Wadsworth, Benjamin

Republicas del mundo, see Roman y Zamora, Jeronimo

Resbury, Nathaniel <Resbury, Sam.>, C328

Resignation, apology for a late, see Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th earl of

Resignation discussed, C251

Resisting the lawful magistrate, of see Hammond, Henry

Response charitable touchant les droicts du roy sur le temporel du clergé, see Paumier, François

Responsionum casuum conscientiæ, see Beja Perestrello, Luiz de

Respons[um] adepisc. Walachrian. see Secunda remonstrantia . . .

Restitution universal, further defended, see Stonhouse, Sir James

Returna brevium <Retorna>, C81

Reuber, Justus <Reuberus>, A15

Reuchlin, Anton, A28

Reuchlin, Johannes, A28, 59, 91; C52, 136

Revelation, a plea for it, see Bundy, Richard

Revelation of St. John, a dissertation on the 13th ver. of the 11th ch., see Peckard, Peter

Revett, Nicholas <Revelt>, C8

Review, critical, see Critical review

Review, monthly, see Monthly review

Review of Bishop Burnet s History <Burnet, Gilbert. Review of his history>, C213

Review of the council of Trent, see Ranchin, Guillaume

Review of some exceptions to the Ld.

Falkland’s Discourse, see Hammond, Henry

Review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin <Coin. Review of the universal remedy>, C209

Review of two pamphlets, see Forrester, Thomas

Rev, Claude, C230

Reyner, Kirby, C328

Reynolds, Edward, A28; C189

Reynolds, John, A111; C143; Vox cœli <Spain. Vox cœli>, C252

Reynolds, Thomas, C329

Rhenius, Johann, A91

Rheticus, Georg Joachim <Rheticus, J. Joachim>, C10 (under Copernicus)

Rhetofortis, Sam., see Rutherford, Samuel

Rhetores selecti, see Gale, Thomas

Rhodogini, see Richerius, Ludovicus Cælius, Rhodiginus

Rhudde, Durand, C329

Rhyss, Udal ap <Rhy and Udale; Rhys>, B21; C76

Ribadeneira, Pedro e, Historia ecclesiastica del scisma del reyno de Inglaterra, A81

Ribera, Francisco de, A28, 91

Ricard, Samuel, C38

Ricaut, Sir Paul <Ricault>, C29, 58 (under Knolles), 61, 63 (under Vega)

Riccaltoun, Robert, Inquiry into the spirit and tendency of letters on Theron and Aspasio, C176

Riccioli, Giovanni Battista <Ricciolus>, A28; C11

Riccoboni, Antonio <Riccobonus>, C149

Ricettano medicinale fiorentino, A28

Richards, Thomas, C205

Richards, William, C329

Richardson, Alexander, A91; C88, 355

Richardson, Gabriel, A28

Richardson, John, C42, 68, 205, 329

Richardson, John, bp., C189

Richardson, William, C329

Richerius, Ludovicus Cælius, Rhodiginus <Rhodogini; Cælius, Ludov. Rhodogini>, A11; C108, 122

Rider, John, bp., A59

Ridgley, Thomas <Ridgeley>, A115; B21; C189, 329; Unreasonableness of the charge of imposition <Trinitv, tracts relating to it. Unreasonableness . . .>, C344

Ridicule and irony in writing, a discourse, see Collins, Anthony

Ridley, Glocester, B22; C29, 329

Ridpath, George, Parliamentary right maintained <Parliament. Parliamentary right>, C250

Riedesel, Baron, C76

Right method of maintaining security, C85

Rights of Parliament vindicated, C242

Rights of the British colonies considered, C242

Rights of the Christian church asserted, see Tindal, Matthew

Rights of the kingdom, see Sadler, John

Rimius, Henry, C61, 329

Riolan, Jean <Riolanus>, A28

Ripa, see Riva

Ripalda, Joan. Mart, de, see Martinez de Ripalda, Juan

Ripert de Montclair, Jean Pierre François de <Monclar; Pierre, Jean>, B20; C119, 122

Rise and progress of sacerdotal sanctity <Sacerdotal sanctity, rise and progress>, C239

Ritschel, George, C95

Riva, Raffaele <Ripa>, A28

Riverius, Laz., see Rivière, Lazare

Rivet, André, A28, 57–8, 91; C189; Mysteria patrum Iesuitarum <Jesuitarum patrum mysteria>, C225

Rivet, William, Autumnal equinox ascertained <Equinox autumnal, compendious way of finding>, C215

Rivière, Lazare <Riverius>, C102

Robbins, Nathaniel, C329

Robbins, Philemon, C329

Robe, Thomas, C230

Roberts, Francis, A91; C189

Roberts, Lewis, A28

Roberts, Samuel, C329

Roberts, William, C329

Robertson, James, C53, 329

Robertson, John, C92; True and antient method of reading Hebrew <Hebrew, true & ancient method of reading, C236

Robertson, Joseph, Essay on culinary poisons <Poisons, essay on culinary>, C218

Robertson, William, A59, 92; B11, 22; C53, 61, 189, 205, 329; Explanation of eight words, B8

Robins, Benjamin, C92

Robinson, Benjamin, A102; C189, 329

Robinson, Bryan, C140

Robinson, Christopher, Considerations on the late bill for the payment of the national debt <National debt, considerations>, C250

Robinson, Hugh, A106

Robinson, John, bp., C61

Robinson, John, pastor of Leyden, A58, 91–2

Robinson, Nicholas, C102, 329

Robinson, Robert, Arcana: or the principles <Subscription. Arcana>, C338; Law of inheritances in fee <Inheritances in fee, law of>, C80

Robinson, Thomas, C81

Robles, M., C189

Robortelli, Francesco <Robortellus>, C230

Robson, Joseph, B22; C76

Roby, W., God’s dwelling with men upon earth very wonderful <Consecration sermon at the opening of the new meeting house in Oxford>, C329

Rochefbucault, see La Rochefoucauld, François, duc de

Roches, François de <Roches, Franc. du>, C189

Roe, Thomas, C62

Roger, Alexandre, Nouveaux memoires des missions . . . dans le Levant <Jesu societas. Nouveaux memoires>, C115

Roger, M., Present state of Denmark, see Molesworth, Robert Molesworth, viscount

Rogers, Daniel, A28; C189; Treatise of the two sacraments, A62

Rogers, John (17th c.), C189

Rogers, John (18th c.), C189, 329

Rogers, John, of Dedham, A91

Rogers, Nathaniel, C330

Rogers, Nehemiah, A58

Rogers, Richard, A27–8; C189

Rogers, Robert, Concise account of North America <Newfoundland, account of the island>, C210

Rogers, Thomas, C330

Rogers, Timothy, C189, 330

Rogissard, Étienne de <Rogissard, St.>, C53

Rohault, Jacques, B22; C140

Rojas, Fernando de, Celestina, A74

Rolle, Samuel, Theses of justification, C196

Rollin, Charles, B22; C62, 230

Rollock, Robert, A58, 91–2; C189

Roma antica, le vestigia e rarita, see Ficoroni, Francesco de’

Roma antica e moderna, C7

Roma, nipotisma di, see Leti, Gregorio

Romæus, Nicolæus, A106

Roman catholic church, see Catholic church

Roman papal empire <Popery. Roman papal empire>, C324

Roman y Zamora, Jeronimo, Republicas del mundo, A28

Romanæ historiæ anthologica, see Godwin, Thomas

Romans xiii vindicated from the abusive senses, see Fleetwood, William, bp.

Romans xiii vindicated in the doctrine of non-resistance, see Gatton, Benjamin

Romanum breviarium, see Catholic Church, Breviary

Romanum missale, see Catholic Church, Missal

Romanum pontificate, see Catholic Church, Pontifical

Romanum rituale, see Catholic Church, Ritual

Romanus, Ægidius, see Colonna, Egidio, abp.

Rome a la mode, see Le Noir, Jean

Rome, packet from, see Packet from Rome

Rome, weekly pacquet of advice from, see Care, Henry

Rome, Tuscany, and other parts of Italy, see Whatley, Stephen

Rome. Museo Capitolino, C6

Romilly, Sir Samuel, Observations on a late publication entitled Thoughts on executive justice, C85

Romish manual (MS.), see Catholic Church, Breviary

Ronayne, Philip, B22; C1

Rond, see Dalembert, Jean le Rond

Rorarius, Hieronymus, C95

Roscommon, Wenrworth Dillon, 4th earl, B22; C144

Rose, Hugh, C31

Rosenbachius, Zacharias, C205

Roseus, Camillus <Roscus>, A91

Rosewell, Samuel, C330

Ross, Alexander <Rossæus>, A59; Scholars companion <Schollar’s companion>, A94

Ross, Hugh, Essay for a new translation of the Bible, C40

Ross, John (under Hearne), C5

Rossi, Ottavio, C7

Rossijn, Johann Theodore <Rossün>, C230

Rothardus, Michael, A91

Rothbarth, Georg Christoph <Rothbarthius>, C330

Rotheram, Caleb, C330

Rotheram, John, C330

Rouille, Pierre Julian, C55

Rous, Francis, A27, 91; C208

Rousseau, Jean Jacques, C85, 123

Roustan, Antoine Jacques, C190

Rovenzon, John, Treaise of metalica, A96

Row, Benjamin, C330

Rowe, Elizabeth, B22; C123, 144

Rowe, Nicholas, B17 (under Lucan), 22; C17 (under Lucan), 131, 144

Rowlands, Henry <Rowland>, C7

Rowlands, Richard <Verstegan>, C8

Rowning, John, C140

Roxana, see Alabaster, William

Royaerds, Jan <Royardus>, A91

Royal college of physicians, London, see London. Royal college of physicians

Royal society of London, C150–1

Philosophical transactions (1665–78), A56, 118

Philosophical transactions (1700–1783), C150

See also Birch, Thomas, and Hooke, Robert

Royaumont, Le Sieur de, pseud., see Fontaine, Nicolas

Ruardi, Johann <Ruardus>, C230

Rubens, Albert, C7

Rubens, Peter Paul, C7

Ruditnens, nouveaux, de la langue latine, see Lancelot, Claude

Rudolphinæ tabulæ, ed. Kepler, A28

Ruffhead, Owen, Life of Alexander Pope, B20 (under Pope); C29; ed., Statutes, see Great Britain. Laws, etc.

Rufus, Quintus Curtius <Curtius>, A90, 116; B21; C14

Ruggle, George, C131

Ruiz, Diego <Didac.>, A28

Rutland, Martin <Rulandus>, A92

Rundle, Thomas, bp. <Derry, bp. of>, C280, 330; Further considerations on the reasons alleged, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Rusconi, Giovanni Antonio, C8

Rushworth, John, A28; B22; C62, 148

Rusius, Joannes Reinhardus, C237

Russel, John, C330

Russel, Jonathan, C330

Russel, Rachel, see Russell, Rachel

Russel, Richard, see Russell, Richard

Russel, William, see Russell, William

Russell, Alexander, B22; C72

Russell, Rachel Russell, lady <Russel>, C123

Russell, Richard <Russel>, C102

Russell, William <Russel>, C62

Russell, William Russell, lord <Russel>, C230

Russia, present state, see Weber, Friedrich Christian

Rust, George, bp., C190

Rutherford, Samuel <Rhetofortis; Rutherfoord>, A58, 91; C85, 190

Rutherforth, Thomas <Rutherford>, B22; C47, 85, 140, 190, 330

Rutherfurd, see Rutherford, Samuel

Ruvio, Antonio <Ruvius>, A59

Ruysch, Frederick <Ruyschius>, C102

Rycaut, Sir Paul <Ricault; Ricaut>, B22; C29, 61

Rye, George, C123, 190

Ryff, Petrus, C50

Ryland John, C190

Rymer, Thomas, Essay concerning critical and curious learning <Essay on critical and curious learning>, C111

S

S., E., Britaines busse <Brittain’s busse>, A39

S., H. L., Great treaty of peace, A80

S., J., Pleasant conference betweene a Popish recusant and a Protestant maid <Conference, a pleasing one>, C221

S., M., Great birth of man <Man, the great birth of him>, C239

S., T. [Smith, Thomas?], Profit and loss of the East India trade <East India trade. Profit and loss>, C210

Saadi, C355 (MS.)

Sabbathier, Pierre, C123

Sabetitius, Samuel <Sabeticius>, A61

Sacerdotal sanctity, rise and progress, see Rise and progress of sacerdotal sanctity

Sacheverell, Henry, A31; B22; C148, 330

Sackville, C., see Dorset, Charles Sackville, 2d duke of

Sacraments. Morality of religion, see Morality of religion

Sacred philosophy of earthquakes <Earthquakes, sacred philosophy of them>, C222

Sacrobosco, see Holywood, John

Sadeel, Antoine la Roche de <Sadeelis>, A59

Sadler, John, Rights of the kingdom, C85

St. Amour, Louis Gorin de, A2

St. Evremont, Charles de <Evremont>, C111

St. Germain, Christopher, Dialogues in English <Dialoges [sic]>, C80

St. John, Pawlet <John, Pawlet St.>, C304

St. Joseph, Angelo de <Angelus>, C202

St. Jure, Jean Baptiste, A82

St. Luke’s hospital for lunatics, London, see London. St. Luke’s hospital for lunatics

St. Nicholas, John <Nicholas>, C183

St. Petersburg, Imperial academy of sciences, see Imperatorskaia akademiia nauk i khudozhestv, St. Petersburg

St. Vincent, Gregorius de, A33

Sainte-Croix, Guillaume Emmanuel Joseph Guilhen de Clermont-Lodeve, baron de, Observations sur le traité de paix, C147

Salazar, Ferdinand. Quir. de, see Chirinos de Salazar, Fernando

Sale, George, C123

Salignac, see Fénelon, François de Salignac de la Mothe

Salisbury, Robert Cecil, 1st earl of <Burghley>, C145

Salisbury, William, Two grammatical essays <Grammatical essays>, C235

Sallengré, Albert Henrik de, A107; C7, 19

Salles, M. Franc, de, see François de Sales, St.

Sallust <Salustius; Sallustius>, A92, 118; B12 (under Gordon), 22; C19

Salmasius or Salmazius, see Saumaise, Claude de

Salmon, Thomas, Consideration on the expediency of naturalization <Naturalization of foreign protestants and others>, C250; Critical essay concerning marriage <Marriage, critical essay concerning>, C118

Salner, Harmony of the confessions of the Christian . . . [Reformed] churches, A81

Salomoni, Giacopo <Salomonius>, C7

Saltershall sermons, see Sermons preached at Salters-hall

Saltmarsh, John, A93; Practice of policie in a Christian life <Practice of Christianity>, A89

Saluste du Bartas, Guillaume, A40; Divina settimana, tr. Ferrante Guisone, A75

Saluthius, Barth., see Cambi, Bartolommeo

Salvation, a short discourse., see Mather, Warham

Salvianus, Presbyter of Marseilles, A93; C190

Samuel de Lublino <Lublino, Sam. de>, A84

Sanchez, Francisco <Sanctius>, C136

Sanchez, Gaspar <Sanctius>, A30, 60

Sanchez, Thomas, A29

Sancroft, William, abp., C190

Sancta Clara, Franciscus à, see Davenport, Francis

Sancta Fide, see Hieronymus, de Sancta Fide

Sanctius, see Sanchez

Sanctorius, Sanctorius, C102 (and under Quincy)

Sandæus, Maximilianus, A59

Sandeman, Robert, Letters on Theron and Aspasio, C179, 190

Sanders, H., Religious and loyal thankfulness <Thanksgiving sermon>, C330

Sanders, Nicholas <Sanderus>, A30

Sanderson, Nicholas, see Saunderson, Nicholas

Sanderson, Robert, bp., A31, 60, 93, 123; C88, 190

Sanderson, Sir William, Compleat history of the life and raigne of King Charles <History of K. Charles> (1656, i.e. 1658), A18

Sandiford, William, C357

Sandys, Sir Edwin, Europæ speculum, A44

Sandys, George, A30; C76, 356

Sanhedrin and Maccoth <Talmudici duo tituli>, A63

Sannazaro, Jacopo <Sannazarius>, C144

Sanson, Nicolas, C48 (under Blome), 49

Sansovino, Francesco, C62

Sappho, C19

Sarcerius, Erasmus, A92

Saresberiensis, see John of Salisbury

Sargent, Rev. Mr., see Sergeant, John

Sarpi, Paolo <Father Paul; Paolo, Fra. Sarpi; Paul, P. S.; Paul, P. St.; Paulus, P. St.; Pietro Soave Polano; Suavis Poloni, Pet.>, A27, 61; B20; C52, 68, 120; Rights of sovereign and subject <Father Paul’s Rights>, A120

Sasbout, Adam, A59

Saumaise, Claude de <Messalinus, pseud.; Salmasius; Salmazius>, A85, 94; C7, 123, 136, 148

Saumur, France. Académie, see Theses theologicæ in Academia Salmuriensis

Saunders, Samuel, Letter to the Rev. Messrs. Tong, Robinson, Smith and Reynolds <Letter to Mr. Robinson>, C307, 344 <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Letter . . .>

Saunderson, Nicholas <Sanderson>, B22; C1

Saurin, Jacques, A107; B22; C190

Saussay, André du, C68

Savage, Richard, Life of, see Johnson, Dr. Samuel

Savage, Samuel Morton, C331; Sufficiency and perfection of scripture <Scripture, its sufficiency>, C331

Savot, Louis, C130

Sa-Wart, Johann Philipp <Sa-wart, J. Phil.>, C331

Saxe, Hermann Moritz, conte de, C124

Say, Samuel, B22; C144

Sayre, Gregory, A29

Sayre, Stephen, Rights of the colonies, and the extent of legislative authority <America. Rights of the colonies>, C243

Scaccia, Maximilianus, A31

Scaino, Antonio <Scayno>, A30

Scaliger, Giulio Cesare, A94, 123; C136

Scaliger, Joseph Juste, A30–1, 94; C35, 44 (under Eusebius)

Scamozzi, Vincenzo, Mirror of architecture, A39 (under Brown & Wotton)

Scapula, Jacques, A31; C205

Scaramuccia, Luigi, C9

Scayno, Anton., see Scaino, Antonio

Schaaf, Carl, see Schaff

Schade, Peter <Mosellanus>, A86

Schaff, Carl <Schaaf>, C134, 205

Scharpius, Joannes, A31, 59

Schedel, Hartmann, A30

Scheibler, Christoph <Scheiblerus>, A94; C124, 355

Scheiner, Christoph, A61

Scheiner, Matthæus, Oratio philippica, C125 (under Toland, John)

Scherzerus, Joannes Adamus, A94

Schickard, Wilhelm <Schickardus>, A61, 94; C53, 237; ed., Tarich regum Persiæ, A62

Schindler, Valentin <Scihndlerus>, A31, 94–5; C205

Schism, a brief discourse upon it, see Billingsley, John

Schleupner, Christoph <Schleupnerus>, C358

Schlichter, Christianus Ludovicus, C331

Schlyctingii, Jonæ, see Szlichting de Bucowiets, Jonas

Schmer, Johann, C331

Schmidt, Erasmus <Schmidius>, A30; C38

Schmidt, Johann Andreas <Schmidius>, C331

Schoderus, see Schrœder, Johann

Schönbach, Johann Heinrich <Schœnbach>, C331

Schœnfeldt, Gregorius <Schonfeldius>, A60

Schœttgen, Christian <Schœtgenius>, C42

Schollars companion, see Ross, Alexander

Schonfeldius, Greg., see Schœnfeldt, Gregorius

Schoockius, Martin <Schookius>, A94

Schooten, Francis, A61

Schoppe, Caspar <Grosippus, Pasc.; Scioppius, Gaspar>, C53, 124, 236–7; Arcana societatis Jesu, A66

Schotanus, Christian, C190

Schott, Gaspar, A31

Schramm, Johann Moritz, C29

Schrevel, Cornelius <Schrevelius>, A95; C205

Schrœder, Joachim <Schroderus>, A61

Schrœder, Johann <Schoderus>, C358

Schultens, Albert <Shultens>, C40 (under Grey), 43, 53, 134

Schurman, Anna Maria van, C190

Schwarz, Johann Konrad, C43

Schwenckenbecher, Christianus <Schwenctenbecher>, C331

Schwenter, Daniel <Gchwenter, Dan.>, C135

Scihndlerus, see Schindler

Scilambertus, Fran., see Lambert, François

Scioppius, Gaspar, see Schoppe

Sclater, William, the elder, A60

Scobell, Henry, ed. Ordinances, see Great Britain, Laws, etc.

Scot, William, Course of conformitie, A41

Scotch preacher, or a collection of sermons, C190

Scotia. Rerum nuper in regno Scotiæ gestarum historia, see Buchanan, George

Scotland.

Abridgement of the statutes . . . of the society, see Society in Scotland for the promotion of Christian knowledge

Assertion of its church government, see Gillespie, George

Exceeding joyful news, see Exceedingly joyful news

History of the present rebellion there, see Macpherson, James, pseud.? Serious address to the Church of Scotland, C331

State of the society, see Society in Scotland for the promotion of Christian knowledge

Scott, Daniel, B22; C43, 205

Scott, John, B22; C190, 331; Constitution defended . . . in remarks on The false alarm <Johnson, Dr. Samuel, Constitution defended>, C247

Scott, Joseph Nicholas, C190

Scott, Sarah <Raymond, Henry Augustus>, B21; C29

Scott, Thomas, C144, 331

Second part of Vox populi <Spain. Part 2nd>, C251

Vox populi <Spain. Vox populi>, C251

Scotto, Francesco, C76

Scotus, see Duns Scotus, Joannes

Scougal, Henry, Life of God in the soul of man, A122

Scrafton, Luke, B22; C58 <Indoston, history of the military transactions>, 62, 231

Scripta adversaria collationis Hagiensis, see Bertius, Petrus, ed.

Scriptores historiæ romanæ latini veteres, see Hauris, Benno Caspar, ed.

Scriptores rei rusticæ veteres latini, C1

Scriptores varii dissertationum ludicrarum, see Argumentorum ludicrorum et amænitatum scriptores varii

Scripture doctrine, history and laws, relating to oaths and vows <Oathes and vows, the scripture doctrine of them>, C320

Scripture, its sufficiency and protection, see Savage, Samuel Morton

Scriptures and the Athanasians compared <Athanasians. Scriptures of Athanasians compared>, C256

Scudder, Henry, A93

Scuderi, Georges de <Scudery>, C124

Scultetus, Abraham, A60, 92, 94; C47, 191

Seagrave, Robert, Appeal to the people of England, see Fleming, Caleb

Seaman, William <Seaman, Gul.>, C53

Searl, John, C331

Seasonable reflections on the late convention . . . between the courts of Vienna and Turin <Reflections on the late convention>, C251

Seaton, Thomas, C331

Seccomb, Joseph, C331

Seckendorff, Veit Ludwig <Serkendorf, Vit. Lud. a>, C68

Secker, Thomas, abp., B22; C191, 331–2; Answer to Dr. Mayhew’s Observations, C315 (under Mayhew); Second defence of the dissertation <Matthew, St., Second defence of the dissertation>, C314

Secondat, see Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, baron de

Secunda remonstrantia ministrorum ecclesiarum Hollandicarum et West-Frisiarum <Respons. ad epsic. Walachrian>, A58

Sedan, France. Académie <Sedanensis academia>, Dissertationes theologicæ, C332; Thesaurus theologiæ Sedanensis, C196

Seddon, John, see Heidelberg catechism

Seder ‘Olam rabah <Seder gnolam rabbah>, A94

Sedgwick, Obadiah, A93, 107

Seed, Jeremiah, B22; C191

Seelen, Johann Heinrich <Seelen, J. H. von>, C212

Segaar, Carolus, C332

Séguin, Pierre, C130

Selden, John, A30–1, 61, 94, 115; C70, 86, 124, 128

Select collection of the most interesting letters on the government, liberty, and constitution of England, B11 <Englandinteresting letters>; C146 <Collection of the most interesting letters>

Select form of prayer made use of on the last solemn and public fast <Prayer, select forms>, C324

Selecta epigrammata Græca Latini versa, A95

Self-defence, its nature and duty, see Finch, Thomas

Seller, John, A31; C49

Semaine Sainte, Office de la, see Catholic church

Semita vitæ <Way of life [Hebrew]>, C134

*Semitæ æternæ [Hebrew], C134

Semple, Hugh <Sempilius>, A31

Senator, young, a satire, see Young senator, a satire

Seneca, A31, 94–5, 118; B22; C19

Senex, John, New general atlas <Atlas, general>, C48

Senguerdius, Wolferus, A61

Sennertus, Andreas, C237, 332

Sennertus, Daniel, A61, 95; C102

Sepher gnarugath haboshem, see Grünwald, Moses and Archivolti, Samuel

Sepher ner mitzvah, see Ibn Gabriel

Sepher pene rabbah, see Menasseh ben Israel

Sepher sheaeloth uthshuboth, A60; probably Colon, Joseph, She’elot u-teshuvot

Serarius, Nicholas, A29

Serarius, Petrus, C332

Sergeant, John, C230, 332

Serious address to the church of Scotland <Scotland. Serious address>, C331

Serious and affectionate address to the cities of London and Westminster occasioned by the late earthquake <Address to the cities>, C254

Serkendorf, Vit. Lud. a, see Seckendorff, Veit Ludwig

Serlio, Sebastiano, C8

Sermon on the martyrdom of Charles I, see South, Robert, Sermon on the anniversary-fast for the martyrdom

Sermones de tempore, see Tauler, Johannes

Sermons before the Society for reformation of manners (1696–1737), C191

Sermons by various unidentified persons, various dates [unanalyzed tract volumes], C191–2

Sermons or homilies, see Homilies

Sermons preach’d at Coward’s lecture, see Christ’s loveliness and glory

Sermons preached at Salters-hall, against popery, B22 <Saltershall sermons>, C191

Sermons preached in Limestreet, see Twenty-six sermons preached in Limestreet

Sermons, 2. One at the opening, the other at the consecration of St. Andrew’s chh, see Wearing, Thomas

Serres, Jean de <Serranus>, A30, 92–3; C62

Fyrst parte of commentaries, concerning . . . religion <Commentaries concerning religion>, A41

Historical collection of the most memorable accidents, and massacres, C59 <Massacres, historical collection>, 112 <France. Historical account>

Servetus, Michael, History of and Impartial history of, see Impartial history of Michael Servetus

Settala, Manfredo, C124

Settlement of the land bank, C210

Several depositions concerning the riot at Oxford <Oxford, several depositions>, C250

Severus of Alexandria <Sevorinus>, A62

Severus, Sulpicius, C62

Sevorinus, see Severus of Alexandria

Sévigné, Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, marquise de, B23; C124

Sewall, Joseph, C332

Sewall, Samuel, A61, 118; C332

Sewall, Stephen <Sewal>, C53, 89 (MS.), 332

Seward, Thomas, C231

Sewell, William <Sewel; Sewel, G.>, C53, 68, 101 (under Pitcairn), 205

Sextus Empiricus, C19, 102

Shabbethai ben Meir, Book of the greatest wise men, C132

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st earl of <Cooper>, C109, 124, 231, 251 Brief discourse in honour of the E. of Shaftesbury’s humble acknowledgement, see Nedham, Marchamont

Shakespeare, William, A95; B23; C131

Shaphard, see Shepard

Sharp, see also Sharpe

Sharp, Granville <Sharpe>, B23; C81, 86, 124, 128, 133 (under Hyde), 136, 192, 237, 251; Short treatise on the English tongue <English tongue, reflections on the, B11. See also (mistaken attribution) Sharpe, Gregory

Sharp, John, abp. <Sharpe>, B23; C192, 332

Sharp, Samuel, B23; C102, 231

Sharp, Thomas, C192

Sharp, William, Protestant, or the doctrine of universal liberty <Protestantism. Protestant, or the doctrine>, C326

Sharpe, Gregory <Sharp>, B23; C62, 136, 137 (under Sharpe, Granville), 192, 231, 237, 332

Sharpe, Isaac, Case of non-residency . . . considered and censur’d <Non-residency considered and censured>, C227

Sharpe, John, see Sharp, John, abp.

Sharpe, William, C333

Shaw, Peter, B23; C36 (under Boerhaave), 37

Shaw, Samuel, Voice of one crying in the wilderness, A97

Shaw, Thomas, B23; C76

Shebbeare, John, Letter to the people of England, C248

Sheffield, John, C333

Sheldrake, Timothy, C218

Shelton, Edward, C192

Shelton, Maurice, Historical and critical essay on the true rise of nobility <Nobility, an essay on the true rise of>, C54

Shenstone, William, B23; C144

Shepard, Jeremiah, C333

Shepard, Thomas <Shaphard, Shepherd>, A60, 107, 111; B23; C192

Shepherd, Richard, C333

Sheppard, William, C81, 333; New survey of the office of justice of the peace <Justice of the peace, survey of his office>, C80

Sheridan, Thomas, B23; C124, 149, 205

Sheringham, Robert, see Joma. Codex Talmudicus

Sherlocismus enervatus, see Alsop, Vincent

Sherlock, Thomas, bp., A123; B23; C192, 333

Sherlock, William <Sherlock, Dean>, A95; B23; C192, 251, 333

Acts of the great Athanasius <Athanasianism. Acts of Athanasius>, C256

Defence of Dr. Sherlock’s notion <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Defence>, C343

Letter to Dr. Sherlock concerning his sermon on the 5th of November, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley

Remarks on Dr. Sherlock’s letter, see Remarks upon Dr. Sherlock’s letter

Second defence of Dr. Sherlock’s notion <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Second defence>, C343

Sherman, John, C333; Account of faith, A59 <Sherwood, J.>; C151

Sherwill, Thomas, C333

Sherwood, J., see Sherman, John

Sherwood, Richard, attrib., Answere to a sermon . . . by G. Downame <Answer to Downham’s sermon>, A35

Shipley, Jonathan, bp., C334

Shipley, William Davies, C231

Shipway, Sydenham, C231

Shirley, William, C131, 214; Memoirs of the principle transactions of the war between the French and English <America. Memoirs of the war>, C54

Short, John, C334

Short, Thomas, C124

Short account of Dr Bentley’s humanity and justice <Bentley, Richard, Short account>, C219

Short account of the late application to Parliament <Trade. Account of the application to Parliament>, C210

Short and friendly caution to the good people of England <America. Short and friendly caution>, C242

Short history of the Anabaptists <Anabaptists, short history of them>, C211

Short history of the conduct of the ministry <America. Short history of the conduct of the ministry>, C242

Short system of religion see Barrington, John Shute Barrington, viscount, Essay on the several dispensations

Shower, John, C192, 334; Memoirs of his life and death, see Tong, William

Shuckford, Samuel, B23; C62, 192

Shultens, Albertus, see Schultens, Albert

Shute, Daniel, C334

Shute, Samuel, C231

Sibbald, Sir Robert <Sibbaldus>, C72

Sibbes, Richard <Sibb; Sibbs>, A30, 59–60, 93, 107; C192

Sibelius, Kaspar <Sibelius, Caspar>, A108; C356

Sibelius, Taco <Sibelius, Jaco.>, C334

Sibthorp, Sir Christopher, A59

Sibyllina oracula, cum oraculis magicis Zoroastris, C19

Siciliæ et objacentium insularum veterum inscript., see Castelli, Gabriele Lancilotto

Sicily, Admiral Byng’s expedition, see Torrington, George Byng, viscount

Siddur <Prayers, their order>, C134

Sidenham, Cuthbert, C192

Sidney, Algernon <Sydney>, B24; C86, 148

Sidney, Sir Philip, C182 (under Mornay)

Sigonio, Carlo <Sigonius>, C62, 70, 77

Silius Italicus, B23; C19

Silvaticus, Matthæus <Sylvaticus>, A31

Silveira, Abraham Gomez <Silveica>, C192

Silvester, Tipping <Silvester, Tripping> C334

Silvius, pseud., see Balguy, John

Simancas, Jacobus, bp. <Simanca>, A61

Simeon, Rabbi [i.e. Rashi], Logica, see Maimonides, Moses

Simeon of Durham <Symeon>, C68

Simon, Richard, C43

Simons, Henry, C251

Simplicius, A61

Simpson, Joseph, C251

Simpson, Patrick, see Symson, Patrick

Simpson, Sidrach <Sympson>, A59

Simpson, Thomas, B23; C1, 50, 92

Simson, Andrew <Sympson>, C205

Simson, John, C334

Simson’s Christian directory, see Wilson, Thomas, of Canterbury

Simsonus, Guil., see Symson, William

Sinner, Johann Christoph <Sinnerus>, C237

Sixtus Senensis, A28, 59

Skinner, Thomas, C334

Skreen removed <South sea company. Reports of the committee of secrecy>, C210

Slater, John, C192

Slayden, John, C334

Sleidanus, Johannes <Sleidan; Sleyden>, A61, 93–4; C62, 68

Sloane, Sir Hans, C72, 76

Sloss, James, C334

Slüter, Severin <Sluterus>, A94

Smalbroke, Richard, bp.

<Smallbrook>, C192, 334; Defence of the Lord Bishop of St. Davids in answer to J. Jones, C304 (under Jones)

Smalbroke, Thomas, Judgment of the fathers <Trinity, tracts relating to it. Judgment of the fathers>, C343

Smallpox. (16 unanalyzed tracts relating to inoculation, Boston, 1721–2), C357

Smalridge, George, bp. <Smalidge>, B23; C193, 334

Smart, Christopher, C240

Smart, John, C231

Smectymnuus <Smectymnus>, pseud., Answer to a booke, see Marshall, Stephen

Smellie, William, C102

Smetius, Henricus, A94; C137

Smigletius, Martin <Smigleccius>, A60

Smith, Adam, B23; C95

Smith, Charles, C62

Smith, George, C216

Smith, Henry, C334

Smith, Hugh, C102

Smith, Jeremiah, C334

Smith, John, C7, 193

Smith, John, of Clavering, A29, 59

Smith, John, Fellow of Queens’ College, Cambridge, A60

Smith, John, M.D., C193

Smith, Josiah, C334

Smith, Matthew, C124

Smith, Patrick, C193

Smith, Robert, B23; C124, 128, 140

Smith, Samuel, C88, 334

Smith, Sir Thomas, C251; Life of, see Strype, John

Smith, Thomas, C29, 62, 208, 212, 335; see also S., T., Profit and loss of the East India trade, C240

Smith, William, B23

Smith’s select discourses, see Smith, John, Fellow of Queens’ College, Cambridge

Smollett, Tobias <Smollet>, B23; C62, 108 (under Cervantes); Journal of the expedition to Cartagena <Carthagena, journal>, C221

Smyth, George, C335

Snape, Andrew, C335

Answer to his letter to the Bp. of Bangor, see Hoadly, Benjamin, bp.

Further remarks, see Prat, Daniel

Instructed in some matters, see Kennett, White, bp.

Letter to him, wherein, see Letter to the Reverend Dr. Snape, wherein the Christian priesthood

Rem[arks] on his 2d lett[er] to the Bp of Bangor, see Prat, Daniel

Second letter to him, see Fleetwood, William, Curate of Wilts his second letter

Snelgrave, William, C76

Snell, Rodolph <Snellius>, A94

Snell, Willebrordus <Snellius>, A61

Snelling, Thomas, View of the silver coin and coinage of England <England, view of the silver coin>, C129

Snow, Thomas, Panegyrical epistle to him, see Gay, John

Soame, John, Historical account of the plague at Marseilles <Plague, historical account of the same>, C229

Sober remarks on the Modest proof, see Wigglesworth, Edward

Society for constitutional information, C87

Society for encouraging industry, Boston, Mass., Articles of incorporation, C220

Society for promoting knowledge of the Scriptures, C193

Society for the promotion of Christian knowledge. Account of some late attempts to Christianize the Indians of North America <North American Indians; account of some attempts>, C320

Society in Scotland for the promotion of Christian knowledge. Abridgement of the statutes <Scotland. Abridgement of the statutes>, C231; State of the society <Scotland. State of the society>, C231

Society of antiquaries, London, see Archæologia

Society of Gentlemen. New and complete dictionary of arts and sciences <Compleat dictionary . . .>, C9, 203

Socinus, Faustus Paulus <Socinatis>, A30, 93, 95

Disputatio adversus Andream Volanum, A76

Disputation inter Faustum Socinum et Franken., A76

Soldanis, see Agius de Soldanis, Giovanni Pietro Francesco

Solemn league and covenant, see Church of Scotland

Solinus, Gaius Julius, C19 (under Theognidis), 20 <Solanis>

Solis y Rivadeneyra, Antonio de, C62

Solomon’s song, a new translation, see Percy, Thomas, bp.

Somavera, Alessio da, C205

Some late opinions concerning the foundation of morality <Morality, examination of some late opinions>, C233

Some observations on the Assiento trade <South sea company. Observations on the Assiento trade>, C210

Some remarks on a late letter to Thomas Burnet <Burnet, Gilbert. Remarks on the letter>, C213

Some arguments made use of in the Bishop of Bangor’s Preservative . . . By a lay-man <Hoadly, Benjamin, Remarks on the above . . . by a lady [sic]>, C299

Some strictures on the late occurrences <America. Strictures on the late occurrences>, C242

Somers, John Somers, baron <Somer, Ld. John>, B23; C86, 251; Memoirs of his life, see Oldmixon, John

Somner, William <Somnerus>, C205, 355; Portus Iccius J. Cæsaris illustratis, C7

Sophocles, A61; B12 (under Franklyn), 23; C12, 19

Sorbière, Samuel, C76

Soto, Domingo, A29, 61

Soul.

Argument concerning a separate subsistence of soules see Layton, Henry, Immortality of man’s soul proved, C335

Is, & must be, immortal, see Kenrick, William

Is not, nor can it be, immortal, see Kenrick, William

Letter to the author of an enquiry, see Letter to the author of a book entituled an enquiry

Materiality & mortality of the soul, C335

Prerogative of man, see Holland, Guy

Recentiores controversiæ de anima, see Kraus, Christian

Remarks on the enquiry, see Wimpey, Joseph

Soul, essay on its immateriality and free agency see Essay towards demonstrating the immateriality

Soul’s preparation for Christ, see Hooker, Thomas

South, Robert, A123; C193; Sermon on the anniversary-fast for the martyrdom of king Charles I <Sermon on the martyrdom of Charles I., C268

South sea company.

Account of the exceedings of the rules, see Supplement to the reports of the Committee of secrecy

Argument proving that it is able to make a dividend, C210

Case between it and the public stated, C210

Detection of its whole management, see Detection of the whole management

Reports of the committee of secrecy, see Skreen removed

Some observations on the Assiento trade <Observations on the Assiento trade>, C210

Southwell, Robert, Advice of a loving sonne to his father, C219

Sovereign antidote to expel Arianism <Arianism, sovereign antidote>, C256

Spademan, John, C335

Spagnuoli, Baptista <Mantuanus>, A23

Spain.

Part 2nd [of Vox populi], see Scott, Thomas

State of the rise and progress of our disputes, see Marchmont, Hugh Hume Campbell, 3d earl of

Vox cœli, see Reynolds, John

Vox populi, see Scott, Thomas

Spallanzani, Lazarus, C72

Spangenberg, Cyriacus <Spangenbergius, Cypriacus>, A28

Spangenberg, Johann <Spangenbergius>, A92; C193

Spanheim, Ezekiel, C130

Spanheim, Friedrich <Spanhemius>, A60, 92–3; C68, 124, 193

Spanish dictionary, see Academia española, Madrid

Sparke, Edward, A92–3

Sparke, Michael, Narrative history of James I <James I, narrative history of>, C58

Sparke’s and Seddon’s catechism, see Heidelberg catechism

Speake, Hugh, see Speke, Hugh

Speaking, art of, see Arnauld, Antoine

Speckhan, Eberhardus, A108

Spectator, B23; C124

Speculi aulicarum atque politic arum observationum libelli octo <Speculum Anglicarum>, A94

Speculum spiritualium, A29

Speech in behalf of the constitution, C252

Speeches and prayers of some of the late king’s judges, B23; C108

Speed, John, A30–1, 92, 94; C62

Speke, Hugh <Speake>, C231

Spelman, Henry, A30–1; C205

Spence, Joseph <Spens>, B23; C7, 18 (under Plato)

Spencer, John <Spencerus>, A108; C70, 193

Spenser, Edmund <Spencer>, B23; C144; Spencer’s [sic] fairy queen, a new canto, see New canto of Spencer’s fairy queen

Spiltimber, George, Weather menders, C237

Spinoza, Benedict de <Spinosa>, C78

Spirit and principles of the Whigs and Jacobites compared <Whig’s and Jacobite’s spirit and principles compared>, C253

Spitzel, Theophil Gottlieb <Spizelius>, A61

Spon, Isaac, C62

Spon, Jacques, C8, 76

Spooner, William, C102

Spotswood, John, abp., A31; C68

Sprat, Thomas, bp., B23; C151, 335

Sprengel, Conrad <Sprengell>, C102

Sprigg, William, Modest place (wrongly ascribed to Francis Osborne), C85

Spring, Samuel, C193

Springerus, Just., pseud., see Syring, Peter

Sprott, Thomas <Sprottus>, C35

Spy, Turkish, see Turkish spy

Squire, John, A60

Squire, Samuel, bp., C35, 86, 193

Stackhouse, Thomas, C193

Stafford, Anthony, A93–4

Stahlius, Daniel <Sthalius>, C95

Stamp Act Congress, New York.

Authentic account of the proceedings <America. Authentic account>, C242

Stanhope, Charles Stanhope, 3d earl, C140

Stanhope, George, A95, 118; C193, 335–6

Stanhope, Michael, C336

Stanley, Thomas, A115; B24; C30

Stanyan, Temple, B24; C62

Account of Switzerland <Switzerland, account of it>, B24; C63

History of Greece <Greecehistory of>, B13 (see also Gillies, John)

Stapfer, Johann Friedrich, C194

Stapulensis, Jac, see Lefèvre d’Étaples, Jacques

Stapylton, Sir Robert, A31

State, the excellency of a free, see Nedham, Marchamont

State necessity considered as a question of law, C252

State of England in 1588 <England, state of it in 1588>, C223

State of the case between the managers of the royal family privateers, C252

State tracts (1692–1707), C148

State trials (1720, 1730, 1742), C148

Statius, A90; B24; C20, 72

Statutes at large, see Great Britain, Laws, etc.

Staveley, Thomas <Stavely>, C124

Stay, Benedetto, C144

Stearne, John, C95

Stebbing, Henry, C194, 336; Fragment and Continuation of the former [Fragment], C223

Stedman, Rowland, A92; C194

Steel, William, C231

Steele, Joshua, Account of a late conference <America. Account of a conference and Account of a late conference>, C242

Steele, Sir Richard, B24; C68, 231

Steele, Richard <Steel>, A93

Steen, Cornelius van den, see Lapide, Cornelius a

Steenstra, Pybo, C11, 50, 92, 140

Stegman, Josua, A93

Steinecker, Justus von <Steinecker, Justus de>, Disputatio theologica, animadversions selecta . . . <Dissert. theol. refellenda opiniones>, C336

Stella, Didacus, see Estella, Diego de

Stempanus, Baro, see Baro, Peter

Stennett, Joseph <Stennet>, B24; C194, 336–7

Stennett, Samuel <Stennet>, C194, 337

Stephanus, see Estienne

Stephanus of Byzantium, A30

Stephens, Henry, C337

Stephens, Nathaniel, A60

Stephens, William, C124, 337; Account of the growth of deism in England, C151, 279 <Deism. Its growth in England>

Sterne, Laurence, C194

Sterry, Peter, A30

Steuart, Sir James, see Denham, Sir James Steuart

Steuco, Agostino <Steuchus Eugubinus>, A29

Stevens, Benjamin, C337

Stevens, John, C124, 205

Stevens, Lewis, C337

Stevens, William, Treatise on the nature . . . of the christian church <Church. Treatise>, C271

Stevenson, William, C337

Stewart on the antiquity of the English constitution, see Stuart, Gilbert

Steward, Matthew, see Stewart, Matthew

Steward, Richard, A93

Stewart, Alexander, C337

Stewart, Gilbert, see Stuart, Gilbert

Stewart, Matthew <Steward>, B24; C11

Sthalius, Dan., see Stahlius, Daniel

Stich, Johann Gottlieb, C337

Stierius, Joannes, A108

Stifel, Michael <Stifelius>, C92

Stile old, or Julian account of time defended, see Defence of the old-stile

Stiles, Ezra, C337

Stillingfleet, Benjamin, C240

Stillingfleet, Edward, bp., A29, 60–1, 93; B24; C68, 194, 337

Stillman, Samuel, C337

Stobæus, C20

Stock, Richard, A30

Stockell, Samuel, Redeemer’s glory unveil’d <Vindication of the divine person and eternal sonship of Christ>, A63

Stoddard, Solomon, A61; C194, 212, 337

Stone, Edmund, B24; C90 (under Bion), 92

Stone, Francis, Short and seasonable application <Religious grievances, a short and seasonable application>, C328

Stonhouse, Sir James, Universal restitution a scripture doctrine, C198; Universal restitution further defended <Restitution universal, further defended>, C328

Storch, Christoph, see Pelargus, Christophorus

Storck, Anton, baron von <Stork>, C90, 102, 218

Stoughton, John, A61, 92; C195

Stoughton, Thomas, A59, 92

Stoughton, William, A93; C337

Stow, John, A61; C62, 124

Strabo, A30; C20, 49

Strada, Famiano, A94–5, 102; C62

Strahlenberg, Philipp Johann von, B24; C49

Strange, John, Reports, see Great Britain. Courts

Strangius, Joannes, A60

Strasbourg. University. Orationum in academia Argentonensi, A88

Stratton, Thomas, C195

Streete, Thomas, A61; C11

Streso, Caspar <Stresonis>, A108; Technologia theologica, A96; C196

Strictures on an answer to the Pietas Oxoniensis <Nowell, Thomas, Strictures on the answer>, C320

Strigelius, Victorinus, A60, 92

Strong, James, C337

Strong, William, A31, 60, 92–3; C195

Strother, Edward, A111; C90 (under Harman)

Struther, William, A92

Strutt, Samuel, C234

Strype, John, A31; B24; C30, 68, 337; Life of Sir Thomas Smith <Smith, Tho., Life of>, C29

Stuart, Gilbert <Stewart>, B24; C62, 86

Stuart, James (“Athenian”), C8

Stubbe, Henry, A93; C231, 252; Reply unto the letter written <Reply to a letter>, C231

Stubbes, George, C231

Stuckius, Jo. Gul., see Stueck, Johann Wilhelm

Stuckley, Lewis <Stuckely>, A92

Student, advice to one, see Waterland, David

Student, or Oxford and Cambridge miscellany (1750–51), C87

Stueck, Johann Wilhelm <Stuckius, Jo. Gul.>, A30; C8

Stukeley, William <Stukely>, C8, 195

Suares, Francisco <Suarez>, A29, 31, 61; C95, 195

Suavis Poloni, Pet., see Sarpi, Paolo

Subordination, dissertation sur la, see Douazac, [     ]

Subscription.

Arcana: or the principles of the late petitioners, see Robinson, Robert

Candid thoughts on the application to Parliament for abandoning, see Orthodox dissenter, pseud.

Cause of the petitioners examined, C338

Collection of papers designed to explain and vindicate the present mode of subscription at Oxford, see Oxford. University

Collection of several papers relating to the application made to Parliament, C338

Considerations on the propriety of requiring subscriptions, see Law, Edmund, bp.

Defence of the above, see Bagot, Lewis

Essay on imposing and subscribing articles of faith, see Herne, Thomas

Free remarks on a sermon entitledThe requisition of subscription . . .”, see Palmer, John

Hardship & danger of it represented, see Blackburne, Francis

Justice & utility of penal laws, see Fell, John, bp.

Letter to the Bp. of Llandaff, see Thomas, Benjamin

Letter to the Rev. Dr. J. Tucker, see Bristed, John

Opposition opposed, C338

Queries recommended to the consideration of the public, C338

Religion not the magistrate’s province, C338

Remarks upon certain proposals to parliament, C338

State of subscription to the 39 articles, see Wollaston, Francis

Subscription to the 39 articles considered, see Sykes, Arthur Ashley, Case of subscription

Thoughts on the dangers apprehended, see Observations on the dangers apprehended

Succession. Justice of the present establishment of law, C252

Suetonius, A30, 95; B24; C20, 28 (under Hughes)

Suholt, Bernardus <Sutholt>, A95; C77

Suicer, Johann Caspar <Suicerus>, C205

Suidas, A31; C20; Suidæ lexicon, C205

Sullivan, Francis, C86

Sully, duke of, see Lennox, Charlotte

Sulpicius Severus, A93; C45

Summary of the deist’s religion, see Blount, Charles, Summary account of the deist’s religion

Summary of the Roman law, see Taylor, John

Sundahl, Isaac, C330

Superstition.

Discourse of superstition, see Hammond, Henry

Enquiry concerning superstition, see False religion worse than no religion

Epistola de superstitione, C339

Superville, Daniel von, B24; C195

Supplement to the reports of the committee of secrecy, C209 <Committee of secrecy, supplement>, 210

<South sea company. Account of the exceedings of the rules>

Supplications of an ancient parent, C356

Surita, Hieron., see Zurita, Gerónimo

Surrey demoniac, see Jollie, Thomas

Surrey demoniac, vindication of, see Jollie, Thomas

Sutcliffe, Matthew <Sutlivius>, A59; Briefe replie to a certaine odious libel <Reply to a slanderous libel against Sir Fran. Hastings, A57

Sutholt, Bern., see Suholt, Bernardus

Sutlivius, see Sutcliffe

Sutton, [     ], of Leicester, Memoirs of the life and writings of the Rev. John Jackson, C28

Swammerdam, Jan, C72

Swan, James, C358

Swearing, a discourse against prophane, see Wright, Samuel

Swedish intelligencer. History of the present warres in Germany <Germany, history of the present warres there [STC 23525.5], C214

Swedish officer, pseud., Persian Cromwell <Miri-weys, the Persian Cromwell>, A111

Sweertius, Franciscus, A94

Swieten, Gerhard van, C102, 218

Swift, Jonathan, C125, 252

Conduct of the allies <Allies. Remarks>, C240

Drainer’s letters <Ireland. Letter occasioned by the above>, C248

Swinburne, Henry <Swinburn>, C81

Swinden, Tobias, A123

Swinnock, George, A61

Swinton, John, C130, 208, 234

Switzer, Stephen, C1

Switzerland, account of it, see Stanyan, Temple

Sydenham, Cuthbert, A93, 95

Sydenham, Humphrey, C195

Sydenham, Thomas, C102

Sydney, Algernon, see Sidney, Algernon

Sykes, Arthur Ashley, A102; B24; C31 (under Whiston, Wm.), 195, 213 <Sykes, Ant. Ashley>, 231, 333 (under Sherlock), 33–409

Answer to the nonjurors charge of schism <Nonjurors. Answer . . .>, C319

Answer to the postscript of scripture vindicated <Reason. Answer to the postscripts>, C327

Answer to the remarks upon Dr. Clarke’s [exposition of the church] scripture catechism, C272

Case of subscription to the XXXIX articles considered <Subscription to the 39 articles considered>, C338

Defence of the answer to the remarks upon Dr. Clarke’s exposition <Defence of the remarks on the above>, C272

Dissertation, or inquiry concerning the canonical authority of the Gospel according to Matthew <Matthew, St. Dissertation, or enquiry>, C314

Enquiry into the meaning of demoniacs <Demoniacs, enquiry into the meaning of>, C279

External peace of the church only attainable <Church. External peace>, C271

Further enquiry into the meaning of demoniacs <Demoniacs, further enquiry>, C279

Innocency of error asserted <Error, its innocency asserted>, C283

Letter to the Reverend Dr. Sherlock <Sherlock, Thomas, Letter to Dr. Sherlock concerning his sermon on the 5th of November>, C333

Letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Nottingham <Nottingham, Charles, Earl, Letter to him on a motion>, C320

Safety of the church under the present ministry <Church, its safety under the present administration>, C245

Some further considerations on the reasons alledged [sic] against Dr. Rundle’s promotion <Rundle, Thomas, Farther [sic] considerations>, C230

Thanks of an honest clergyman for Mr. Paul’s speech at Tyburn <Honest clergyman’s thanks>, C247

True grounds for the expectation of the Messiah <Messiah. True grounds for the expectation>, C316

Vindication of error <Error, vindication of it, C283

Sylburg, Friedrich <Sylburgius>, A94; Etymologicon magnum, A13

Sylvaticus, Matth., see Silvaticus, Matthæus

Sylvayn, Alex., see Busche, Alexander van den

Sylvius, Æneas, see Catholic Church.

Pope Pius II and Pius II, pope

Sylvius, Jacques, A95

Symeon Monach. Dunh., see Simeon of Durham

Symmachus, Quintus Aureus, A61

Symmes, Thomas, C340; see also Brown, John, 18th c.

Symmons, Edward, C252

Symonds, Joseph, A93; C195

Sympson, And., see Simson, Andrew

Sympson, Sidr., see Simpson, Sidrach

Symson, Patrick, A30

Symson, William <Simsonus>, A94

Synopsis prioris theologiæ, per professors Leidens., A95

Syntagma disputationum theologica, see Gomar, Franz, et al., præsides

Syring, Peter <Springerus, Just.; Wenlandus, Mich.>, A93, 98

System of anatomy from Monro, Winslow and Innes <Anatomy, Edinburgh system>, C2

Szegedius, see Kis, Stephanus, Szegedius

Szlichting de Bucowiets, Jonas <Schlichtingius>, A93; Commentarius in Epistolam ad Hebræos, A75

Szydlowski, Jan <Szydlovius>, A93

T

Taaffe, Nicholas Taaffe, 6th viscount, C232

Tacitus, A96; B12 (under Gordon), 24; C20

Tacquet, Andreas <Tacquetus>, A32, 96; C92

Tailor, see Taylor

Taisnier, Jean, C216

Talbot, William, bp., C340

Tale and two fables in verse, see Mitchell, Joseph

Tallents, Francis <Tallent>, C35

Tallius, see Tully

Talmud Babylonicum, A32; see also Joma.

Talmudici duo tituli Sanhedrin & Maccoth comment. illustrati, see Sanhedrin and Maccoth

Talmudis Babylonici codex succa, see Dachs, Fridericus Bernhardus

Tanner, Adam, A32

Tanner, Thomas, C30

Tapper, Ruard, A32

Tar, description of making in Sweden, see Description of making tar

Tarich regum Persiæ, see Schickard, Wilhelm

Tarnow, Johann <Tarnovius>, A62, 96

Tarnow, Paul <Tarnovius>, C356

Tasso, Bernardo, C125

Tasso, Torquato, B14 (under Hoole), 24; C142 (under Hoole), 144; Godfrey of Bologn, A15

Tassoni, Alessandro, C125

Tate, Nahum, C195

Tatian <Tatianus>, A97; C46

Tatius, see Achilles Tatius

Tatler, B24; C125

Tauler, Johannes, A32; Sermones de tempore <Discipuli sermones de sancte>, A12

Tavernier, Jean Baptiste, A32; B24; C76, 125

Taylor, Abdias, C340

Taylor, Abraham, A123

Taylor, Brook, B24; C92, 140

Taylor, Jeremy, bp. <Tailor>, A32, 96, 108; C195–6

Taylor, John, B24; C38, 77,