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VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
41. Hakluyt's Voyayes, 1598, fol. ....
50. Caxton's Recuyell of the Historye of Troye, 1471......
58. Merry Tales of Skelton, 8vo........
Mirour for Magistrates of Cities, 1584, 4to.. 62.
Heptamerun ut ivil 'iscourse:, 1582, 4to..
Remembrane of G. Gascoigne, 4to.. 64. R. Robinson's Djal of Diyly Contemplation, 1578..
Reward or Wi-kedness, 4to... 66. Mouitor's Mirrour, or, Glads of lealth, 12m0... 67. R. Hyrde's Instruction of a Christen Wuman, 4to. 68. Parker's Bible, 1568, fol., ..... 69. Barker's Bible, 1613, 101..... 70. Holyband's Italian Schoolmaster, 1597, 12mo.... 71. Miscellanea, by Eliz. Grymelton, 1604, 4to.. 72. H. Clapham's Bricf of the Bible's History, 1608, 16mo.. 73. Tofte's Blazon of jealousy, 1615, 4t0... 74.† Mayer's Treasury of Ecclesiastical Expositions, 1622.. 75.7. R. Tirdale's Pax Vobis, 162 3, 4to... 76.7 Howell's Dendrologia, 1645...: 77. Paul's Churchvaril, a scarce p.:mphlet, 1659, 4to. 93. Bibliotheca Mritum, a pamphlet, 1659, 4to.. 7). Two Centures of Paul's Churchyard, 12mo. $0.4 Palmer's Moral EfTays, 1710. $1. Sir G. Mackenzie's Elsays, 1712. . 82. 1. Collier's Efray , 173.... 83. Ethington's Sorm n, 1711, 8vo.. 87. † Yarranton's England's improvement, 1677. jt
Part II. 1681... 86. Systema Agriculturæ, by J. V. 1681... 87.7 M. Stevenson's Twelve Months of Husbandry, &:. 68.7 Bradley's Appendix to Planting, &c, 1726..
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N. B. Those with this mark + are in the Bibliographical Catalogue.
(Being the First Number of Vol. IV.)
ART. I. Letters written by Sir W. Temple, Baro
net, and other Ministers of State, both at home and abroad; containing an Account of the most important Transactions that passed in Christendom from the year 1665 to the year 1672. In two volumes; reviewed by Sir W. Tomple, sometime before his death, and published by Jonathan Swift, Domestic Chaplain to his Excellency the Earl of Berkeley, one of ihe Lords Justices of Ireland. London. Printed for J. Tonson, A. and J. Churchill, and R, Simpson. 1700. 8vo.
ART. II. Select Letters to the Prince of Orange
(now King of England) King Charles II. and the Earl of Arlington, upon important subjects. Vol. . III. To which is added an Essay upon the State and Settlement of Ireland. All written by Sir William Temple, Baronet. Published from the originals of Sir William Temple's own hand
writing, and never before printed. Printed for Tho. Bennet, 1701. 8vo.
ART. III. The Right Honourable the Earl of Ar
lington's Letters to Sir William Temple, Baronet, from July 1665, being the first of his employments abroad, to Sept. 1670; when he was recalled. Giving a perfect and exact account of the Treaties of Munster, Breda, Aix la Chapelle, and the Triple Alliance; together with the particular instructions to Sir William Temple, the Earl of Carlingford, and Mr. Van Beuningen, with other papers, relating to those Treatics. As also a particular Relation of Madam, by a person of Quality then actually upon the spot. All printed from the Origi-nals never before published. Ry Tho. Belington of Gray's Inn, Gent. London. Printed for T. Bennet. 1701. Svo. Pp. 454.
Art. IV. The Right Honourable the Earl of Ar
lington's Letters, Vol. 11. Containing a compleat Collection of his Lordship’s Letters to Sir Richard Fanshaw, the Earl of Sandwich, the Earl of Sunderland, and Sir W. Godolphin, during their respective emlassies in Spain from 1664 to 1674. As also to Sir Robert Southwell in Portugal. Now · published from the originals, and never before printed. London. Printed for T. Bennet, 1701. Svo. pp. 480.
It has been observed, that the seventeenth century, especially towards the latter part of it, may justly be styled an age of intrigue; in which most of the Princes of Europe, and their Ministers of State, carried on