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Contents of Volume

of Volume V.

PAGL

VI. Miscellaneous Items

41

I. PROSPECTUS

3 Rhododaphne. Writers in the General Dic-

II. Horace Walpole's MS. Notes on Bayle's

tionary. Names of Writers in the Biogra-

Dictionary

5 phia Britannica. Sale of the Clopton Libra-

III. Les Libres Precheurs

ry. Dante's Inferno, illustrated by Doré.

IV. The Republick of Letters ws. D'Ifraeli 12 Walpole's Ovid.

V. Le Cosmopolite

15

VII. Notes and Queries

42

VI. Sale of Zelotes Hofmer's Library 17 Miss Polly Baker. Jarvis the Artist. Miss

VII. Miscellaneous Items

19 Burney's Evelina. Note of Walpole's, omit-

Philobiblion. English Platonists. Soldier's ted on page 6, No. I. The Dropsical Man.

Bible. Anecdote of Brunet. Alliterative

Poetry. Tom Moore and Andrew Marvell.

NUMBER III.

Hawthorne and Evangeline.

1. Quintus Sextius, the Pythagorean (con-

VIII. Notes and Queries

cluded)

51

Suckling and Shakespeare. Voltaire and

II. Oken, Goethe, and the Cranial Ho-

the Epiftolæ Obscurorum Virorum. The

mologies

55

Three Warnings. Trial of Polly Baker.

III. Michael Menot

Garth's Dispensary. The Begum. An IV. Sale of Zelotes Hosmer's Library (con-

Unpublished Trandation by Dryden [?]

tinued).

59

V. L'Excellence du Mariage, par Jacques

NUMBER IL

Chauffé

61

I. Horace Walpole's Ms. Notes on Bayle's VI. Adversaria

Dictionary (concluded)

27 VII. Miscellaneous Items

II. Oliver Maillard

32 De Tribus Impostoribus. Coleridge's Notes

III. Reynolds' Inquiries concerning the An- on Colquhoun. Suckling and Shakespeare.

gelical Worlds

35 VIII. Notes and Queries

IV. Quintus Sextius, the Pythagorean

French Translation of the Epistolæ Obscu-
V. Sale of Zelotes Hosmer's Library (con-

rorum Virorum. Robert Landor. Blunders

tinued)

40 in Bohn's Dictionary of Classical Quota-

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136

tions. Dramatic Puffing burlesqued. Garth's III. Feathers' Tavern Petition.

125

Dispensary. Goldsmith cribbing. Early Po- IV. Sale of Zelotes Hosmer's Library (con-
em by Lamb. Académie des Femmes sans

tinued).

128

Sexe. Paradise of Dayntie Devises.

V. Adversaria

131

VI. Major André and Voss the Poet .

134

NUMBER IV.

VII. Bibliographical Notice of Works on

the Personal Beauty of Christ . 135

I. George Darley's Paradise Lost

VIII. Neglected Biography of Booksellers and

II. Napoleon a Myth

78

Book-Collectors (William Gardi-

III. Gabriel Barlette

81

ner)

IV. Adversaria

83

IX. Miscellaneous Items

V. Poe's Early Poems

86

139

Byron Fils. Hymn to the Guillotine.

VI. Sale of Zelotes Hosmer's Library (con-

tinued)

89

X. Notes and Queries

142

VII. Miscellaneous Items

Cervantes and his Don Quixote. Jonathan

91

Parnelliana. Death of Dr. Young. Curious

W. Condy. Address of Citizens of New

French Transation of Gray's Epitaph in a

York to Washington,

Country Churchyard. Sir William Jones on

NUMBER VII,

the Philobiblion.

1. Maloniana

VIII. Notes and Queries

93

145

II. Powell's Humane Industry (continued) 149

Sedley and Pope. Epitaph on Jacob Ton-

III. The Pythagoric Sentences of Demo-

fon, the Bookseller. J. G. Prêtre, the Art-

philus

152

ist. Mary Howitt cribbing.

IV. Sale of Zelotes Hosmer's Library (con-

NUMBER V.

tinued)

154

V. Neglected Biography of Booksellers and,
1. The Savages of Europe

97

Book-Collectors (continued). James

II. The Golden Sentences of Democrates 100

Cox, of Philadelphia

157

III. Lyons' Infallibility of Human Judg-

VI. The Book-Hunter

158

ment

VII. Miscellaneous Items

IV. Adverfaria

106

Sale of the Library of Dr. J. W. Francis.

V. Sale of Zelotes Hosmer's Library (con-

Song- My Mind to me a Kingdom is.”

tinued)

109 Stanzas in the Early Editions of Gray's

VI. Powell's Humane Industry

Elegy.

VII. Miscellaneous Items

114 VIII. Notes and Queries

164

Booth's Reprint of Shakespeare. Cocker's

Father Stattler's Ethica Christiana. J. B.
Arithmetick. Poetical Translation and Im-

Rousseau's Moïsade. Remarkable Lon-

itation.

gevity. Complot d'Arnold, etc.

VIII. Notes and Queries

117

Tale of a Tub, Part II. Quotations want-

NUMBER VIII.

cd. The Feathers' Tavern Petition.

1. Autograph Letters, from the Portfolio

of a Bookworm

169

NUMBER VI.

II. Curious Titles of Books

173

I. Powell's Humane Industry (continued) 121 III. Sale of Zelotes Hosmer's Library (con-

ii. The Similitudes of Demophilus 123

cluded).

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IV. Powell's Humane Industry (continued) 179 VIII. Miscellaneous Items

237

V. Cardinal Beffarion, and the Introduc- Contemplation, a Poem. “The Seven

tion of the Platonic Philosophy Ages of Man.” La Clef du Paradis et le

into Italy

181 Chemin du Ciel.

VI. Henry Francisco

VII. Miscellaneous Items

186

NUMBER XI.

Reprint of The Bay Psalm Book. An I. Benedict Spinoza (concluded)

241

Ynkchorne Letter.

11. Powell's Humane Industry (concluded) 247

VIII. Notes and Queries

189 III. Hebrew Aphorisms and Apophthegms 248

Henry Francisco. Quotation wanted. T. IV. “Predicatoriana;" or, Curious Extracts

Heshusius, Sexcenti Errore, etc.

from Sermons of the Sixteenth and

Seventeenth Centuries

249

NUMBER IX.

V. Neglected Biography of Booksellers and

1. Autograph Letters, from the Portfolio

Book-Collectors (continued). Sam-

of a Bookworm (continued)

uel Paterson

193

253

II. Books and Libraries in the Middle VI. Physiologia Crepitus Ventris, etc, 755

Ages

VII. Account of the Life of Richard De

197

III. Trollope's North America

Bury, Bishop of Durham

256

203

IV. Jarvis, the Painter

204

VIII. Hymn of Saint Bonaventura, in Praise

V. De l'Abvs des Nvditez de Gorge .

of the Cross

261

VI. Miscellaneous Items -

IX. Miscellaneous Items

262

An Ancient Manuscript. Extraordinary

Lucas De Penna's Praise of Books. Alpha-

Love-Letter. Zoötomia, or Observations

bet of the Wickedness and Imperfection of

on the Present Manners of the English,

Women.

Notice of Dibdin, by Baron de Reif-

NUMBER XII.

fenberg.

I. Religio Bibliopolæ, etc.

265

VII. Notes and Queries

213

II. Account of the Life of Richard De

Impious Books written by the Poet Chrif-

Bury, Bishop of Durham (concluded) 269

topher Marlow. T. Heshusius.

III. The Testament of the Emperor Au-

gustus

270

NUMBER X.

IV Analyse des Travaux de la Société des

I. Autograph Letters, from the Portfolio

Philobiblon de Londres

.272

of a Bookworm (concluded) 217

V. The Death and Character of the Ever-

II. Books and Libraries in the Middle

Memorable Mr. John Cotton 274

Ages (concluded)

VI. Shelley's “ Laon and Cythna"

III. Mirabilis Liber qui Prophetias Reve- 1 VII. Miscellaneous Items

282

lationesque, etc.

225

A Conclusion of Morall Documents, con-

IV. The Restoration of Old Books 227 cerning the Duties of Euery Estate, etc.

V. La Vierge au Poisson de Raphael 229 The Life, Death, and Literary Remains, of

VI. Adversaria

231 -Nobody. Number of the Children of

VII. Benedi&t Spinoza

233 John Rogers, the Martyr.

Notice.

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1862.

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