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ECLIPSES. The Year of Wonders: or The glorious Rising of
the fifth Monarch : deduced from the Eclipse of the Sun, March 29. 1652. 4° Lond. 1652.
Black Munday turn'd White: or, The Astrologers Knavery epitomized. Being an Answer to the great Prognosticks of M'. Lilie, M'. Culpeper, &c. concerning the Eclipse of the Sun on Munday last. 4° Lond. 1652.
The late Eclipse unclasped: or the mistaken Stargazers unmasked. 4° 1652.
A true Relation of Strange and wonderful Sights at the time the Moon was in the Eclipse. Jan. 1. 165%. in two Letters. 4° Lond. 1656.
The true figure of that great Eclipse of the Sun that will appear in our Horizon on September the 13th 1699. fol.
Observations de l'Eclipse Totale de Soleil, arrivée a Montpellier, le douzieme du mois de Mai de l'année 1706: par les Astronomes de la Soc. Royale des Sciences. 4° Montp. 1706.
A curious uncommon Account of the Great Eclipse of the Moon, October the 10th, 1725. 8° Lond. 1725.
[Lines] On Bugbear Black-Monday, March 29. 1652. Or, The London-Fright at the Eclipse proceeding from a Natural Cause. fol.
The surprising Monument: or a Description of the Great Eclipse of the Sun on the 22d of April 1715. fol. Lond. ECLOGÆ Vergilii
, Calphurnii, Nemesiani, Francisci Pe. Ioannis Boc. Ioan. bap. Mā. Pomponij Gaurici. 8° Flor. ap. P. Giunta.
1504. ECLUSE (CHARLES DE L') 0. PLUTARCHUS. ECOLE. Reglemens pour les E'coles de Charité de la Paroisse de Saint Paul. 8° Par. 1677.
L'Ecole du Monde. 120 Par. 1695. ECONOMY. Considerations on Public Economy. 8° Lond.
1796. ECRITS. Observations sur les Ecrits Modernes; Ouvrage Lit
teraire et Periodique. Tome premier. 12° Amst, 1735. E'CRIVAINS Français. Tablettes Biographiques des E'crivains
Français, depuis la renaissance des Lettres, jusqu'à ce jour.
Par N. A. G. D. B 8° Par. 1810. ECTON (John) v. CATALOGUS.
Liber Valorum & Decimarum. Being an Account of the Valuations and Yearly Tenths of Ecclesiastical Benefices in England and Wales. 8° Lond. 1711.
5 A State of the Proceedings of the Corporation of the Governours of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the augmentation of the maintenance of the poor Clergy. 8° Lond. 1719.
8° Lond. 1721. ED (ch.) De Itinere suo Anglicano et Batavo, Relatio ad Amicum. 120 17 10.
Angl. 8° Lond. 1711. EDAM (CORN.) De Hæmorrhagia in genere. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1692.
EDDA Sæmundar hinns Fróda. Edda Rythmica seu Antiqvior,
vulgo Sæmundina dicta. Pars I. Odas Mythologicas, a Resenio non editas, continens. Ex Cod. Bibl. Regiæ Hafn. pergam« no, nec non diversis Legati Arna-Magnæani et aliorum membraneis chartaceisqve melioris notæ Manuscriptis. Cum Interpretatione Latina, Lectionibus variis, Notis, Glossario Vocum,
et Indice Rerum. 4° Hafn. 1787. EDDAN (HENRY) 0. BATEMAN. EDELEN (PHILIP) The Christians Hope. A Sermon at the Fu
nerals of William Christmas Esq. 8° Lond. 1653. EDELINCK. O. PERRAULT. EDELMANN (PETR.) Disputatio de Hypercatharsi. 4o Jen.
1681. EDEN (Sir FREDERICK MORTON) The State of the Poor; or an
History of the labouring Classes in England, from the Conquest
to the present period. 3 vol. 4° Lond. 1797. EDEN (RICHARD) v. CURTIS. MUNSTER.
The History of Trauayle in the West and East Indies. 4° Lond. 1577. EDEN (ROBERTUS) Archidiac. Winton.
Jurisprudentia Philologica. 4° Oron. 1744. EDEN (William) Lord Aukland. Principles of Penal Law. 8° Lond. 1771. Four Letters to the Earl of Carlisle. 8° Lond. 1779.
3d, edit. To which is added a fifth Letter. 8° Lond. 1780.
A Fifth Letter to the Earl of Carlisle. 8° Lond. 1780.
A View of the Treaty of Commerce with France signed at Versailles Sept. 20. 1786. by MEden. 8° Lond. 1787.
A complete Investigation of M'. Eden's Treaty. 8° Lond. 1787.
An Answer to the Complete Investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty. 8° Lond. 1787.
The History of New Holland. 8° Lond. 1787.
Some Remarks on the apparent Circumstances of the War in the Fourth Week of October 1795. go Lond. 1795.
The Substance of a Speech made on the 2d of May 1796 on the occasion of a Motion made by the Marquis of Lansdown. 8° Lond. 1796. The Substance of a Speech, Ian.
8. 1799, on the third Reading of the Bill for granting certain Duties upon Income.
go Lond. 1799. EDER (DANIEL) Disp. de Agentibus et Patientibus Physicis. 49
Marp. 1591. EDERUS (GEORG.) Catalogus Rectorum, & illustrium Virorum,
Archigymnasii Viennensis, ab Anno MCCXXXVII vsqve ad Annum MDLIX. 4° Vien. 1559.
Economia Bibliorvm, sive Partitionvm Theologicarvm Libri qvinqve. fol. Col. Ag. 1571.
Matæologia Hæreticorvm, sive, Svmma Hæreticarvm Fabylarym. 8° Ingolst. 1581.
EDGAR (Sir JOHN) The Characters and Conduct of Sir John
Edgar callid by himself the Monarch of the Stage in DrvryLane, and his Three Deputy-Governors. In two Letters to Sir John Edgar. 8° Lond. 1720.
The Characters and Conduct of Sir John Edgar and his Three Deputy-Governours, during the administration of the late separate Ministry. In a third and fourth Letter to the Knight. With a Picture of Sir John, drawn by a Pen, exactly after the Life. 8° Lond. 1720.
An Answer to a whimsical Pamphlet call'd the Character of Sir Iohn Edgar, &c. 8° Lond. 1720. EDGAR (WILLIAM) Vectigalium Systema: or a complete View
of that Part of the Revenue of Great Britain, commonly called
Customs. 8° Lond. 1714. EDGECUMBE ) Lord Mountmorres. The History of the
principal Transactions of the Irish Parliament from the year
1634 io 1666. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1792. EDGE HILL. A Relation of the Battaile lately fought between
Keynton and Edg Hill by his Majesties Army and that of the
Rebells. 4° Lond. 1642. EDGEWORTH (C. SNEYD) Memoirs of the Abbé Edgeworth;
containing his Narrative of the last Hours of Louis XVI. 86
Lond. 1815. EDGEWORTH (MARIA) The Parents Assistant; or Stories for Children. 6 vol. 12° Lond. 1815.
Continuation of Early Lessons. 2 vol. 12° Lond. 1815. EDGEWORTH (MARIA & RICHARD LOVELL) Practical Education.
2 vol. 4° Lond. 1798. EDGUARDUS (Dav.) De Indiciis et Praecognitionibus. Eivs
dem in Anatoinicen Introductio. 8° Lond. 1532. EDGWORTH (ROBERT) The Case of Robert Edgworth Esq; and
Katharine his Wife, daughter and heir of Sir Edward Tyrrell
Bart. deceased. fol. EDIFICATION. A plain Address &c. to the Churches of Christ
on the much neglected Duty of mutual Edification, in two
Letters to a Friend. 12° Lond. 1798. EDINBURGH. The Sege of the Castel of Edinburgh. 40 Edinb. R. Lekpreuik. 1573.
NOETNAIA. In serenissimi, potentissimi, et invictis. simi Monarchae, Iacobi M. B. Fran. et Hib. Regis &c. felicem in Scotiam reditum, Academiæ Edinburgensis Congratulatio. 4° Edinb. 1617.
Theses philosophicæ quas ad diem 5 kal. Augusti Edinburgi in Æde sacra Regii Collegii propugnabunt Adolescentes Magisterii Candidati, ex Academia Iacobi Regis, hoc anno 1618: Præside Jacobo Reido. 4° Edinb. 1618.
EILOAIA Mvsarvm Edinensivm in Caroli Regis Ingressu in Scotiam. 4° Edinb. 1633.
The Discovery of a late and bloody Conspiracie at Edenburg in Scotland related in a Letter sent to M' Pym. 49 Lond. 1641.
EDINBURGH. Dolefvll Newes from Edinborough in Scotland. 4° 1641.
Terrible Newes from Edenburgh in the Kingdome of Scotland, concerning their full Resolution in behalfe of His Ma. jesty and the Parliament. 4° Lond. 1642.
Extract of Letters dated at Edenburgh the 14, 16, and 17 of Aprill. 1644. 4° Lond. 1644.
An humble Remonstrance of the Citizens of Edenburgh to the Convention of the Estates of Scotland, concerning the Kings Majestie and the Kingdome of England. 4° March 1. 1648.
A bloody Fight in Scotland within two Miles of Edenburgh, since Lieut. Gen. Cromwell returned into England. 40 Edenb. 1648.
The Declaration of the Citizens of Edenborovgh, concerning the maintaining of a Warre for the King, against the Parliament of England. 4° Lond. 1648.
- A Letter from the Lord General Cromwel, concerning the rendition of the Castle of Edinburgh to his Excellency on Articles. 4° Lond. 1650.
The Articles of Agreement for the Surrender of the strong & invincible Castle of Edinborough. 4° Lond. 1651.
A Letter from several Minister's in and about Edinburgh to the Ministers of London, concerning the re-establishing of the Covenant. 4° Edinb. 1659.
The Sett of the City of Edinburgh. 12° Edinb. 1683.
Presbyterian Inquisition; as it was lately practised against the Professors of the College of Edinburgh.. August and September. 1690. 4° Lond. 1691.
James Greenshields, Clerk Appellant. The Magistrates of Edinburgh, Respond". The Respondents Case. fol. 1710.
An Account of the Fair Intellectual Club in Edin. burgh. 4° Edinb, 1720.
Medical Essays and Observations revised and published by a Society in Edinburgh. 5 vol. 8° Edinb. 1733-44.
6 vol. 12° Edinb. 1747. A short View of the Rise and Progress of the Royal Infirmary now building in the City of Edinburgh. fol. [1739.]
Letters from Edinburgh; Written in the Years 1774 and 1775: containing some Observations on the Diversions, Customs, Manners, and Laws, of the Scotch Nation, go Lond. 1776.
A Narrative of the late Riots at Edinburgh, and a Vindication of its Magistracy against the Charges advanced in the Memorial for the Papists of Scotland. 4° Lond. 1779.
The Letters of Zeno to the Citizens of Edinburgb. 120 1783.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. 4 vol. 4° Edinb. 1788-98.
EDINBURGH. An Address of the British Convention assem.
bled at Edinburgh. Nov. 19. 1793. to the People of Great Britain. 8° Lond. 1793.
A View of the Establishment of the Royal Edinburgh Volunteers; with an Alphabetical List of the Corps, June 15th. 1795. 8° Edinb. 1795.
A Letter from a Gentleman in town to his friend in the Country, relating to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. 4° EDINBURGH RÈVIEW or Critical Journal : from Oct. 1802. 23 vol. 8° Edinb. 1803-14.
General Index to the Edinburgh Review from its commencement in Oct. 1802. to the End of the twentieth Volume,
published in November 1812. go Edinb. 1813. EDINGH (GISBERTUS) 0. CATALOGUS. EDINGH (MATTH.) De Inflammationibus in genere. 4° Lugd.
Bat. 1707. EDLIN (A.) An Account of two Cases of Gout, which termi.
nated in death, in consequence of the external use of Ice and
Cold Water. 8° Uxbr. EDLYN (RICH.) Observationes Astrologicæ. 8° Lond. [1658.]
8° Lond. 1668. Præ-Nuncius Sydereus: an Astrological Treatise of the Effects of the great Conjunction of the two superior Planets Saturn & Jupiter. 4° Lond. 1664. EDMONDS (Father) v. JESU Societas. EDMONDSBURY. A Relation of the horrible Plot and bloudy
. Conspiracie of the Malignant Party at Edmondsbury in Suffolk, for the murthering of M Lanceter. 4° Lond. 1647.
The Grovnds and Cavses of our Sufferings related in short; who suffer by the cruelty of Oppressors in Edmonds
Bury Goal in Suffolk. 4° Lond. 1656. EDMONDSON (s.) A full & true Account of two wonderful
Prodigies that were seen at several times in the Element. fol.
Lond. 1710. EDMONDSON (Joseph) Baronagium Genealogicum : or the Pe
digrees of the English Peers, deduced from the earliest Times. 6 vol. [With MŠS. Notes & Additions by F. Hargrave Esqr.] fol. 1764-84.
An Historical and Genealogical Account of the Noble family of Greville. 89 Lond. 1766.
A Companion to the Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland. 8° Lond. 1776.
A Complete Body of Heraldry. 2 vol. fol. Lond. 1780.
Precedency. 12° Lond. EDMONDSTON (ARTHUR) M.D. A View of the ancient and
present State of the Zetland Islands. 2 vol. 8° Edinb. 1809. EDMUNDS (CLEMENT) 0. CÆSAR. EDMUNDS (RICHARD) The Solicitor's Guide to the Practice of
the Office of Pleas in his Majestie's Court of Exchequer at Westminster, 8° Lond. 1794.