Imatges de pÓgina

of the late President JEFFERSON, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 312 Savile, Henry: Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores post Bedam, præcipui; Gulielmus Malmsburiensis, Henricus Huntindoniensis, Rogerus Hovedenus, Chronicon Ethelwerdi, et Ingulphus, cum Chronologia, folio; Lond. 1596.

Scott, John: Life of the Rev'd Thomas Scott, 12mo; Boston,



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Sexagenarian, or the Recollections of a Literary Life, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1817.
Sheringham, Robert: De Anglorum Gentis Origine, 8vo;
Cantab. 1670.

286 Singer, S. Weller: Correspondence of Henry Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, and of his brother Lawrence, Earl of Rochester; with the Diary of Lord Clarendon, from 1687 to 1690, &c., 2 v. 4to; London, 1828.

11 Smeeton, George: Collection of Rare Historical and Biographical Tracts, 2 v. p. 4to; London, 1817-229. The Unique, 1st vol. 8vo; London, 1826. 181 Smith, John Thomas: Nollekens and his Times, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1828.


98 Smollett, Tobias: History of England, from 1688 to the Death of George II., 2 v. 8vo; Albany, 1816.

242 Smyth, Captain W. H.: Life and Services of Capt. Philip

Beaver, late of His Majesty's ship Nisus, 8vo; Lond. 1829. 153 Southey, Robert: Life of Wesley, and the Rise and Progress of Methodism, 8vo; New York, 1820.


J. 325

Life of Nelson, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1814. Speed, John: History of Great Britaine, folio; London, 1611. 78 Statement respecting Lord Selkirk's Settlement in America,

8vo; London, 1817.

J. 292 Stephens, Alexander: History of the Wars which arose out of the French Revolution, 2 v. 4to; London, 1803. The same, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1804. Strutt, Joseph: Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, 4to; London, 1810.

J. 42 Tabulæ Illustres, or the Paternal Arms of the present Nobility of Great Britain and Ireland, 16s; London, 1747.

166 Teignmouth, Lord: Life of Sir William Jones, 8vo; Phila

delphia, 1805.



J. 334 Temple, Sir William: Works, with his Life and Character, by a particular Friend, 2 v. fol.; London, 1750.

The Book, 12mo; New York, 1813.



Thierry, A.: History of the Conquest of England by the Normans, trans. from the French, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1825. 115 Thompson, Mrs. A. T.: Memoirs of the Court of Henry VIII., 2 v. 8vo; London, 1826.

332 Thurloe, John: Collection of State Papers, from 1638 to the Restoration of Charles II.; with the Life of Mr. Thurloe, and an Index, by Thomas Birch, 7 v. folio; Lond. 1742.


NOTE.... The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

201 Todd, H. J.: Illustrations of the Lives and Writings of Gower and Chaucer, 8vo; London, 1810.

Some Account of the Life and Writings of Milton, 8vo; London, 1826.

Tomline, George: Memoirs of the Life of William Pitt, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1821.

J. 23 Tracts. Anecdotes Historiques sur les Principaux Personages



J. 200



161 Trotter, J. Bernard: Memoirs of the Latter Years of Charles J. Fox, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1812.


104a Turner, Sharon: Customs, &c., of the Anglo-Saxons, 8vo. History of the Anglo-Saxons, 4th edition, 3 copies, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1823.

History of England, from the Norman Conquest to the close of the Reign of Henry VII., 3 v. 4to; London, 1814-223.



J. 314

J. 317

en Angleterre, 8vo; Londres, 1785.-Memoirs of Major J. G. Semple, the Northern Impostor, or Prince of Swindlers, 8vo; London, 1786.

J. 74
J. 70

Tracts.-Notice Biographique, sur le Docteur Jenner, par L. Valentin, 8vo; Montpellier, 1805.-Catalogus Eorum, qui adhuc in Univ. Harvardiana, ab anno 1642, 8vo; Salem, 1806.-Cuvier's Historical Eulogium on Joseph Priestley, trans. by D. B. Warden, 8vo; Paris, 1807.-Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap, 8vo; Boston, 1807.-Thomas's Eulogium on Marcus Aurelius, trans. by D. B. Warden, 8vo; New York, 1808.-Fraser's Essay on the Origin, Antiquity, &c., of the Scots and Irish Nations, 8vo; New York, 1800.

-First and Second Reports of the Committee on the African Institution, 1807 and 1808, 8vo; London, 1807-'8.—Eloge Historique, de M. de Lalande, 8vo; Paris, 1808.-Jornada de Carlos V. á Tunez, por el Dr. Gonzalo de Illescas, 8vo; Madrid, 1804.

History of England during the Middle Ages, 2d edition, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1825.

History of the Reign of Henry VIII., 2 v. 8vo; London, 1827.

History of the Reigns of Edward VI., Mary, and Elizabeth, 2d edition, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1829. Twysden, Roger: Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores Decem, cum Glossario, &c., 2 v. folio; Lond. 1652.

Tyrrell, James: History of England, from the earliest accounts of time to the Reign of William III., 5 v. folio; London, 1700-1704.

Vergil, Polydore: Historiæ Anglica, 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1651.
Verstegan, Richard: Restitution of Decayed Intelligence, in
Antiquities, concerning the English Nation, p. 4to; Lon-
don, 1628.

of the late President JEFFERSON, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

Wakefield, Gilbert: Memoirs of his Life, written by himself, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1804.

27 Waldegrave, James, Earl: Memoirs, from 1754 to 1758, 12mo; Philadelphia, 1822.

Wales, Princess of. See Book of Kings, vol. 6.

77 Walker, Sir Hovenden: Journal of the Expedition to Canada, in 1711, 8vo; London, 1720.

131 Walpole, Horace: Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors of England, Scotland, and Ireland; continued to the present time, by Thomas Park, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1806. Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of King Richard III., 2d edition, 4to; London, 1768. Memoirs of the last ten years of the Reign of George II., 2 v. 4to; London, 1822. 174 Watkins, John: Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of R. B. Sheridan, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1817.


J. 267


5 Welwood, James: Memoirs of the most material transactions in England, for the last 100 years preceding the Revolution in 1688, 12mo; London, 1718.

J. 73 Whitaker, John: Genuine History of the Britons asserted, in

a full and candid Refutation of Macpherson's Introduction to the History of Great Britain and Ireland, 8vo; London,



J. 205 Wilson, Robert Thomas: History of the British Expedition to Egypt, in 1800 and 1801, 8vo; Wilmington, 1803. Wood, Anthony à: Athenæ Oxonienses; an Exact History of


all the Writers and Bishops who have had their Education in the University of Oxford; with additions, and a continuation, by Philip Bliss, 4 v. 4to; London, 1813-'20. 145 Woolrych, H. W.: Memoirs of the Life of Judge Jeffreys,

8vo; London, 1827.

Williams, C. Verulam: Life and Administration of Spencer
Percival, 12mo; Philadelphia, 1813.

199 Wordsworth, Christopher: "Who wrote Eikon Basilike?" considered and answered, in two Letters to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 8vo; London, 1824.

152 Wyndham, H. Penruddocke: Diary of the late George Bubb Dodington; with an Appendix of Curious and Interesting Papers, 4th edition, 8vo; London, 1809.

J. 333 Wynne, William: Life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, 2 v. folio;

London, 1724.

York, Duke of. See Book of Kings, vol. 5.

275 Zouch, Thomas: Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Sir Philip Sidney, 4to; London, 1808.

NOTE....The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library


223 Anderson, Robert: Life of Tobias Smollett, with Critical Observations on his Works, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1803.

J. 224

Buchan, D S., Earl of: Essays on the Lives and Writings of Andrew Fletcher and the Poet Thomson, 8vo; London, 1792.

215 Buchanan, George: History of Scotland; translated and continued to the present time, by Dr. John Watkins, 8vo; London, 1827.

J. 341

J. 208

burgi, 1727.


Chalmers, George: Life of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1822. 220 Fountainhall, Lord: Chronological Notes of Scottish Affairs, from 1680 till 1701, interpolated by Milne, 4to; Edinburgh, 1822.

Opera Omnia, cura Ruddimanni, 2 v. in 1, folio; Edinburgi, 1715.

Rerum Scoticarum Historia, Svo; Edin

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58 Gordon, John: Memoirs of, written by himself, 12mo; Lon

don, 1733.

57 Home, John: History of the Rebellion in Scotland, in 1745, 12mo; Edinburgh, 1822.

221 Irving, David: Memoirs of the Life and Writings of George Buchanan, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1817.

210 Johnstone, Chevalier de: Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746, 8vo; London, 1822.

218 Laing, Malcom: History of Scotland, 4 v. 8vo; Lon. 1818-'19. 51 Lockhart, J. G.: Life of Robert Burns, 12mo; Edinb. 1828. 217 Low, Alexander: History of Scotland, 8vo; Edinb. 1826. 213 McCrie, Thomas: Life of John Knox, 8vo; N. York, 1813. J. 301 Macpherson, John: Critical Dissertations on the Origin, Antiquities, &c., of the Ancient Caledonians, 4to; Lon. 1768. 214 Pinkerton, John: Inquiry into the History of Scotland, preceding the Reign of Malcolm III., 2 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1814. 222 Ritchie, Th. Edward: Account of the Life and Writings of David Hume, 8vo; London, 1807.

209 Robertson, William: History of Scotland; to which is prefixed, an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author, by Dugald Stewart, 2 v. 8vo; Phil. 1811.

302 Scott, George: Memoirs of Sir James Melvil, folio; London,


1683. (2 copies.)

54 Scott, Sir Walter: History of Scotland, 2 v. 12mo; Phil. 1830. Tales of a Grandfather, 2 v. 12mo; New


York, 1828.

Tales of a Grandfather, (2d series,) 2 v. 12mo; Philadelphia, 1829.

of the late President JEFFERSON, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

59 Scottish Register, or General View of History, Politics, and Literature, for 1794, 4 v. 12mo; Edinburgh, 1794. 216 Stewart, David: Sketches of the Character, Manners, and Present State of the Highlanders of Scotland, 2 v. 8vo; Edinburgh, 1825.

Tytler, Patrick Frazer: Life of the Admirable Crichton, 12mo; Edinburgh, 1823.



J. 56

Tytler, William: Inquiry, Historical and Critical, into the
Evidence against Mary, Queen of Scots, &c., 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1790.


Wishart, George: Memoirs of James Graham, Marquis of
Montrose, translated from the Latin, 8vo; Edinb. 1819.
Mémoires de James Graham, Marquis de
Montrose, trad. de l'Anglois, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1767.


236 Barrington, Sir Jonah: Personal Sketches of his Own Times, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1827.

227 Carey, Mathew: Vindicia Hibernicæ, 8vo; Phila. 1819. 229 Curran, W. Henry: Life of his father, J. Philpot Curran, 8vo; New York, 1820

Life of his father, J. Philpot Curran, 2 v. 12mo; Edinburgh, 1822.

233 Hardy, Francis: Memoirs of the Political and Private Life of James Caulfield, Earl of Charlemont, &c., 2 v. 8vo; London, 1812.


226 Hay, Edward: History of the Insurrection of the County of Wexford, in 1798, 8vo; Dublin, 1803.

232 Lawless, John: Compendium of the History of Ireland, from the Earliest Period to the Reign of George I., 2 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1823.

Harrop, -: History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1815.

297 Leland, Thomas: History of Ireland, from the Invasion of Henry II.; with a Preliminary Discourse on the ancient state of that Kingdom, 3 v. 4to; London, 1773.

J. 225 MacNeven, William James: Pieces of Irish History, illus

trative of the Condition of the Catholics of Ireland, and of the Origin and Progress of the Political System of the United Irishmen, 8vo; New York, 1807.

231 O'Driscol, John: History of Ireland, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1827.

J. 234 Sampson, William: Memoirs, including particulars of his Adventures in various parts of Europe, a Short Sketch of the History of Ireland, &c. &c., Svo; New York, 1807. 230 Teeling, C. Hamilton: Personal Narrative of the "Irish Re

bellion" of 1798, 8vo; London, 1828.

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