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1. General Treatises on Human Knowledge and

on the Study of Philosophy.

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SSAY upon Study, more particularly the

Study of Philosophy. 8vo. London,

1713. (L. 15. 15.] WOWER (Joannis à) De Polymathia Trac

tatus. 4to. 1603. [G. 15. 4.] ALSTEDII (J. H.) Mathesis Universalis.

12mo. Herbornæ, 1613. [D. 17. 30.] BACON (Francisci) Instauratio magna, sive Novum Organum. folio, Londini, 1620.

[B. 4. 8.] Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Lug. Bat.

1650. [B. 8. 50.] AGRIPPÆ (Henrici Cornelii) De Incertitudine et Vanitate Omnium Scien

tiarum et Artium. 24mo. 1622. [B. 8. 38.] Vivis (Joannis Ludovici) De Disciplinis Libri XII. 18mo. Lug. Bat.

1636. [E. 17. 21.] WARING (Edward) An Essay on the Principles of Human Knowledge.

8vo. Cambridge, 1794. [Ff. 6. 14.] PALAIRET (John) A Short Treatise upon Arts and Sciences, in French

and English. 12mo. London, 1741. [A. 19. 95.] FERGUSON (James) Tables and Tracts relative to several Arts and Sci

8vo. London, 1771. [Dd. 3. 15.] Dossie (Robert) The Handmaid to the Arts. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1764.

[D. 22. 16,17.]


Lewis (William) Commercium Philosophico-Technicum; or the Philosophical Commerce of Arts. 4to. London, 1763. [Gg. 1. 33.]

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1765. [A. 14. 81.] Museum Rusticum et Commerciale ; or, Select Papers on Agriculture,

Commerce, Arts, and Manufactures, drawn from Experience, and communicated by Gentlemen engaged in these Pursuits. 6 vols. 8vo.

London, 1766. [G. 15. 21–26.] GOGUET (Ant. Yves de) The Origin of Laws, Arts, and Sciences, and

their Progress amongst the most antient Nations, translated from the French [by Dr. Dunn and Mr. Spearman]. 3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1761. (F. 24. 16-18.]

2. Encyclopædias, and Dictionaries of Philosophy,

Arts, and Sciences. VINCENTII Burgundi (Episcopi Bellovacencis) Speculum Quadruplex, Na

turale, Doctrinale, Morale, et Historiale. Opera ac studio Theologo

rum Universitatis Duacensis. 4 tomis, folio, Duaci, 1624. [I. 3. 15-18.] HARRIS (John) Lexicon Technicum; or an English Dictionary of Arts and

Sciences. 2 vols. folio, London, 1708. [B. 3. 15,16.] DICTIONARIUM POLYGRAPHICUM ; or the Whole Body of Arts digested.

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1735. [P. 6. 7,8.] CHAMBERS (Ephraim) Cyclopædia; or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. 2 vols. folio, London, 1741–43. [O. 3. 28,29.]

Another Copy. 2 vols. folio, London, 1738. [R. 1. 4,5.] ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA; or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and

Miscellaneous Literature, on a Plan entirely new. 10 volumes, 4to.

Edinburgh, 1778-1782. [E. 23. 8-17.] Encyclopædia Britannica. Fifth edition. 20 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1815.

[Ff. 4. 46-65.] Supplement to the fourth and fifth Editions of the Encyclopædia Britannica. Vols. I. II. and III. Part I. 4to. Edinburgh, 1824.

[Ff. 4. 66–70.] *Supplement to the Encyclopædia Britannica. Vol. III. Part II. and

Vols. IV.-VI. 4to. Edinburgh, 1824. Nicholson (William) The British Encyclopædia : or Dictionary of Arts

and Sciences. 6 vols. 8vo. London, 1809. [Ee. 2. 53-58.] The Philosophical Dictionary for the Pocket, by a Society of Men of

Letters. [M. de Voltaire.] 8vo. London, 1765. [P. 257.(1.)] *Encyclopædia Metropolitana, or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge,

on an Original Plan; comprising the twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with appropriate and entirely new Engravings. Parts I.-XX. 4to. London, V. Y.



IntellECTUAL Philosophy.

I. History of Philosophy and the Collective Works

of Philosophers.
1. The History of Philosophy.

[The Lives of Philosophers will be found infra, Class V. History.

Tit. I. Section VI. $ 2. Antient Biography.]

Vossii (Gerardi Johannis) De Philosophia et Philosophorum Sectis. 4to.

Hag. Com. 1648. [C. 9. 27.] JONSII (Joannis) De Scriptoribus Historiæ Philosophicæ Libri IV. 4to.

Francofurti, 1659. [E. 15. 22.] STANLEY (Thomas) A History of Philosophy, containing the Lives,

Opinions, Actions, and Discourses of the Philosophers of every Sect,

illustrated with Effigies. folio, London, 1687. [G. 11. 12.] WINDER (Henry). A Critical and Chronological History of the Rise,

Progress, Declension, and Revival of Knowledge, chiefly Religious.

2 vols. in 1, 4to. London, 1745. [G. 14. 15.] BURNETII (Thomæ) Archæologiæ Philosophicæ, sive Doctrina Antiqua de

Rerum Originibus, Libri II. 4to. Londini, 1692. [E. 1. 12.] *ENFIELD (William) The History of Philosophy from the earliest Periods

to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. Drawn up from Brucker's

Historia Critica Philosophiæ. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1819. ENGLAND (George) An Enquiry into the Morals of the Ancients. 4to.

London, 1735. [R. 17. 11.] Jacori (D.) De Philosophorum Doctrina Libellus, ex Cicerone. 8vo.

Oxonii, 1769. [P. 269. (1.)] Magiri (Johannis) Physiologiæ Peripateticæ Libri Sex, cum Commen

tariis. Accesserunt Caspari Bartholini Metaphysica major, et Johannis Magiri de Memoria Artificiosa liber singularis. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ,

1642. [K. 20. 34.] GASSENDI (Petri) Exercitationes Paradoxicæ adversus Aristoteleos. 4to.

Hagæ Comitum, 1656. [M. 20.5.] CARPENTARII (Jacobi) Platonis cum Aristotele in universa Philosophia

Comparatio. Accedit Alcinoi Institutio ad Doctrinam Platonis. 4to.

Parisiis, 1573. [F. 9. 34.] PARKER (Samuel) A Free and Impartial Censure of the Platonick Philosophie. 4to. Oxford, 1666. [M. 15. 37.) Another Copy. 4to. Oxford, 1666. [D. 6. 40.]

PLATONISM UNVEILD, or Plato's Notions concerning the Logos. 4to.

1700. [P. 47. (1.)] Du Vaix (Monsieur) The Morall Philosophy of the Stoicks, translated

from the French by C. Catton. 18mo. London, 1664. [B. 8. 5.] FOSTER (Johannis) Enarratio et Comparatio Doctrinarum Moralium Epi

cureorum et Stoicorum. 4to. Londini, 1758. [P. 2. (9.)] CAUSSINI (Nicolai) De Symbolica Ægyptiorum Sapientia. 12mo. Co

loniæ, 1631. [H. 8. 29.]

2. General Treatises on Philosophy, or on several

Branches thereof.
Tractationes Philosophicæ :
1. Mocenici (Philippi) Institutiones ad Hominum

[F. 10. 6.]
2. CÆSALPINI Andrex) Quæstiones Peripateticæ.
3. TELESII (Bernardini) De Rerum Natura,

folio, Attrebat. 1588.
CAMPANELLÆ (Thomæ) Universalis Philosophia, seu Metaphysica. folio,

Parisiis, 1637. [M. 5. 10.]
Campanellæ (Thomæ) Physiologia, Ethica, Politica, Economica cum

Quæstionibus. folio, Parisiis, 1637. [M. 5. 11.]
CAPIVACCEI (Hieronymi) Camæleon sive Homo Sapiens; Disputatio in

tres Gradus divisa. 4to. Patavii, 1615. [M. 15. 84.]
Clerici (Joannis) Logica, Ontologia, et Pneumatologia. 8vo, Canta-

brigiæ, 1704. [R. 13. 63.] COMENII (Amos Johannis) Pansophiæ Prodromus. 12mo. Londini, 1639.

[A. 7. 10.] Hippii (M. Fabrani) Problemata Physica et Logica Peripatetica. 8vo.

Francofurti, 1603. (1. 8. 12.]
KECKERMANNI (Bartholomei) Præcognitorum Philosophicorum Libri duo.

8vo. Hanoviæ, 1612. [F. 16. 38.]
OVIEDO (Francisci de) Integer Cursus Philosophicus, ad unum Corpus

redactus. folio, Lugduni, 1640. [F. 11. 18.] Reischll (Georgii) Margarita Philosophica; hoc est, Habituum seu Dis.

ciplinarum omnium perfectissima KYKAONAIAEIA. 4to. Basileæ,

1623. [C. 14. 24.] SCHEIBLERI (Christophori) Philosophia Compendiosa, exhibens Logicæ,

Metaphysicæ, Physica, Geometriæ, Astronomiæ, Opticæ, Ethicæ, Politicæ, et Economicæ Compendium Methodicum. 18mo. Oxoniæ,

1639. [H. 17. 2.] STIERII (Joannis) Logica, Physica et Metaphysica. 4to. Londini, 1652.

[H. 7. 19.] JOHNSONI (Thomæ) Quæstiones Philosophicæ. 8vo. Cantabrigiæ, 1735.

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