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1695 Ovid. Publii Ovidii Nasonis de Arte Amandi, or the Art
of Love, frontispiece, by Visscher. 1696 de Arte Amandi, with Annotations, by F. Wolfer
ston, 1661. The Art of Love and Remedy of Love, by several Hands, cuts. Tonson, 1709. Another Edition,
1719. Another Edition, 1735, together 4 vol. 1697 de Arte Amandi, and the Remedy of Love, Englished,
as also the Loves of Hero and Leander, A mock-Poem. Together with Choice Poems, and rare pieces of Drollery, portrait by Marshall,
1662 1698 Elegies, 3 Bookes by C. Marlow. Epigrams by J.
Davis, in 1 vol. Middlebourgh. Ovid's Heroicall Epistles by Saltonstall, with cuts, the date cut off, with Ovid de Tristibus, by 2. Catlin, 1639, and Festivalls, by John Gower, 1640, in 1 vol. Ovid's Epistles, 1639. Ovid's Epistles, hy the most Eminent Hands, with cuts, 1688.
Another Edition, 1725, together 5 vol. 1699 Festivalls, or Romane Calendar, in Verse, by J.
Gower, R. Daniel, 1640. Heroical Epistles, by Saltonstall, 1677. Another Edition, 1686. Metamorphosis, by G. Sandys, 1656. Epistles by Several Hands, 1712.
De Ponto, translated by Saltonstall, 1640, together 6 vol. 1700 Ovid, his Invective against Ibis. Translated into
English Meeter. Wherunto his added, by the Translator, a short draught of all the Stories and tales contained therein very pleasant to be read.
Imprinted by Henry Bynneman, 1577 1701 Ovid's Invective, or Curse against Ibis, faithfully
and familiarly translated into English Verse, by John Jones,
1658 1702, - His Invective against Ibis, by J. Jones, 1667 1703 Metamorphoses, published by Sewell, 2 vol. cuts,
1733 1704 Metamorphoses, translated by Dryden, Pope, &c. published by Garth, 2 vol. cuts,
1751 1705 de Ponto, foure Books of Elegies, by W. Saltonstall,
1640. Invective, or Curse against Ibis, faithfully and familiarly Translated into English Verse, by J. Jones,
1658, 2 vol. 1706 Publ. Ovid. de Tristibus, or, Mournefull Elegies, in
five Bookes, translated into English Verse by Zachery Catlin.
Printed by T. Cotes, 1639 1707 Tristia, containing Five Books of Mournful Elegies, by T P.
1713 1708 Tristia, containinge five Bookes of mournfull Elegies
which hee sweetly composed in the midst of his adver
sitie, by W. Saltonstall, frontispiece, 1687. Another
Edition, 1672. Ovid's Tristia, newly translated, by T. P.
1713, together 3 vol. 1709 Ovidius Exulans, or Ovid Travestie, A Mock-Poem in Five Epistles,
1673 1710 Owen's (John) Latine Epigrams, Englished by Tho. Harvey.
Printed by Robert White, 1677 1711
(W.) The Heroic Elegies of, the Prince of the Cumbrian Britons, with a Literal Translation,
1792 1712 Oxford. Academia, or the Humours of the University of Oxford, in Burlesque Verse,
1716 1713 Sausage, adorned with Cuts,
1764 1714 Sausage, Poetical Pieces, with cuts,
1777 1715 Oxinden's (H.) Charls Triumphant. Solstitium Bri
tannicum, seu Majestati Reduci Apodecticon. Icon Basilice, or an Image Royal, in lvol. russia, wormed,1660
*_* This Poem is dedicated * To the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. His best Vicegerent Charls II. The Author wisheth All the Blessedness and Glory; All the Love and Power; All the Majesty and Dominion that an
earthly God is capable of." 1716 P. (L.) The Vertuous Wife is the Glory of her Husband,
1676 1717 Pack's (Major R.) Whole Works, 1729. T. Parnell's
Poems, 1722. Passions Personify'd in Familiar Fables.
Patrick's Poems, 1719, together 4 vol. 1718 PALINGENIUS (Marcellus). The Zodyake of Lyfe, The
first thre Bokes, newly translated into English, by Barnabe Googe, First Edition, dedicated to Lady Hales,
Imprinted by John Tisdale, 1560 1719 The firste syxe bokes of the mooste christian Poet
Marcellus Palingenjus called the zodiake of life. Newly translated out of Latin into English, by Barnabe Googe. Black letter, very fine copy, formerly Steevens's.
Imprinted by Jhon Tisdale for Rafe Newbery, 1561 1720 The Zodiake of Life, newly translated into Englishe
Verse, by Barnabe Googe. The title page damaged,
Imprinted by Henry Denham for Rafe Newberye, 1565 1721 Poems upon divers Emergent Occasions, by I. Howell,
Printed by James Cotterel, 1664 *** This copy contains many MS. additions by Park.
From the Bibl. Anglo-Poetica. 1722 Parnassus Biceps, or, Severall Choice Pieces of Poetry,
composed by the best Wits, in both Universities, edited by A. Wright,
1656 1723 Parnell's (Thomas) Poems on Several Occasions, red Inorocco,
Dublin, 1735 1724 Parson's (W.) Poetical Tour,
1725 PARROT (Henry). Laquei Ridiculosi, or Springes for
Woodcocks, very beautiful copy, in venetian morocco, with joints, richly gilt, by C. Lewis.
Printed for J. Busby, 1613 ** OF EXTRAORDINARY RARITY.
The author's motto is caveat emptor, and it was not ill chosen, considering his propensity to appropriate to himself the literary property of others. This copy contains a duplicate leaf Epigrams 213, 14, 15, with a variation in the last, also several leaves
of annotations at the end, by Mr. Park. 1726 Parson's (W.) Poetical Tour,
1787 1797 Patch Work, or the Comprehension, in four Cantos, very
scarce. It was most likely printed abroad.
Printed by Mark'em Merrywise, for serious Seeker and Company, at the sign of the Looking Glass, opposite to the
Cameleon, in Little Britain. 1728 Pattison's (W.) Poetical Works, 2 vol. 1728. M. Pilk
ington's Poems, 1731. Persius, translated by Howes, 1809. Phillips's Cyder, 1708. C. Pitt's Poems and
Translations, 1727, together 6 vol. 1729 Paul's Church-Yard, sive Librorum qui prostant venales
in vico vulgo vocato, Little-Brittain. 1730 PEACHAM (Henry). THALIA's BANQUET. Furnished
with an hundred and odde dishes of newly devised Epigrammes. Whereunto (beside many worthy friends) are invited all that love inoffensive mirth, and the Muses, by H. P.
Printed by Nicholas Okes, for Francis Constalle, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the white Lyon,
1620 ** Of EXTREME RARITY. It was purchased at Mr. Lloyd's Sale for 281. 10s. Among others, there are Epigrams to Drayton, Selden, Ben Jonson, Bird, and Dowland, and not a few of them are interesting, as they relate to the biography of the author, who, in a note to the following Epigram, tells us that he was born at Northinims.
“I thinke the place that gave me first my birth
He subsequently became the master of the Free-school at Wymondham, and several of the Epigrams are addressed
to his scholars. 1731 Pearch's Collection of Poems, 4 vol.
1775 1732 Pecke's (Tho.) Parnassi Puerperium in the Translation of
Six Hundred of Owen and Martial's Epigrams, and the most select in Sir T. More, portrait of Pecke, imperfect at the end,
1659 1733 Another Copy, in red morocco, wanting the portrait,
1659 1734 Peck's (F.) Sighs upon the never enough Lamented
Death of Queen Anne, large paper, T. Hearne's Copy, with his Autograph,
1719 1735 Pembroke (Earl of) and Sir Benjamin Rudyard's Poems, Verietian morocco,
1817 1736 Pennecuik's (A.) Streams from Helicon, or Poems on Various Subjects,
1720 1737 Streams from Helicon, 1720. Margaret Pennyman's
Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, 1740. Pendragon, or
the Carpet Knight, his Kalendar, 1698, 3 vol. 1738 PENNY HISTORIES. Vol. I. The Famous History of
Hector, Prince of Troy. Don Bellianis of Greece. St. George of England. Seven Champions, 2 parts. Guy of Warwick. Sir Bevis of Southampton. Jack and the Giants, 2 parts. Thomas Hickathrift, 2 parts, The Valiant London Prentice. Fortunatus. Argalus and Parthenia. Dorastus and Faunia. Patient Grissel. Bateman's Tragedy George Barnwell. The Children in the Wood. Thomas of Reading. Sir R. Whitting. ton. Fair Rosamond. The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green. Friar Bacon. Edward the Black Prince. Wat Tyler. Vol. II. Chevy-Chace. Jane Shore. King and the Cobler, in 2 parts. Jack of Newbury. Johnny Armstrong. Queen Elisabeth and the Earl of Essex, 2 parts. Captain James Hind. Robinson Crusoe. Charles XIIth. Bampfylde-Moore Carew. Tom Thumb, 3 parts, in verse. Adam Bell, &c. Robin Hood. The Friar and Boy, 2 parts. The Lovers Quarrel. The Welsh Traveller. Jack Horner. The Unfortunate Son. The Unfortunate Daughter. The World Turn'd Upsidedown, with cuts, in verse. Doctor Merryman. Long Meg of Westminster. Vol. II. Tom Long the Carrier. Tom Tram, 3 parts. John Franks. Wanton Tom, in 2 parts.
Courtier and Tinker. Comical Cheats of Swalpo. Simple Simon's Misfortunes. Old Woman at Ratcliff-Highway, 2 parts. Lawrence Lazy. Sir J. Barley-corn. Reynard the Fox. Joseph and his Brethren. Judas Iscariot. Dr. Faustus. Witch of the Woodlands. Lancashire Witches. Mother Shipton. Beauty in the Wood. The Master Cat. Fairy Stories. Four Kings.
Canterbury Tales. Wise Men of Gotham. Vol. IV. George Buchanan. Joaks upon Joaks. Rochester's Joaks. Cambridge Jests. The Jester's Gim
crack, 1772. Conundrums. The Nutt's Crack'd. The Cockney's Miscellany. The Art of Courtship. Pleasures of Matrimony. John and his Mistress, with pleasant Songs. Lilly's new Erra Pater. Mother Bunch's Closet, 2 parts. Dreains and Moles. Partridge's Fortune Book.
The Whimsical Lady. Card Fortune Book. Call to Great Britain. The Prisoner's Advocate. Description of Scotland. Of Ireland. Sir J. Mandeville. Histories of Human Nature. Historical Catechism. Together 4 vol.
A very curious Collection consisting of 91 in Number, in Verse and Prose, with wood cuts, and printed from 1770 to 1790. This Collection was made by Ritson and
bound up by him in 1798. 1739 Penny Histories, in Verse and Prose, collected by Mr.
Ritson. The History of Tom Thumb. Valentine and Orson. Leander and Hero. Dorastus and Fawnia. The Shoemaker's Glory. Roswal and Lillian. Bateman's Tragedy. The Lover's Quarrel and Loyalty. Adam Bell, &c. London Prentice. The Fryar and Boy, in 2 parts. Jack Horner. Welch Traveller. Sheffery Morgan. The Courtier and Tinker. Vol. II. The Four Kings. Jokes of George Buchanan, Fool to James I. in 2 parts. Love of T. Whittle, in Prose and Verse. Art of Courtship. Dialogue between two Country Lovers. York Dialogue. Academy of Compliments. New School of Love. Pleasures of Matrimony. Nine Pennyworth of Wit for a Penny. Whet. stone for Dull Wits. Wit Newly Revived. King Charles I. in 2 parts, with portraits. Life of Nicholas
Hart. In 2 volumes, with wood cuts. 1740 The Extravagant Wit. An Old Man's Experience.
Simple John and Girzy. History of the Haverel Wives. The Old Woman Drowned at Rateliff Highway. Comical Cheats of Swalpo. Three Fingered Jack. Jack Horner. Laugh and Be Fat. Whetsone for Dull Wits, in 1 vol.
Glasgow, 1800 1741 Jack Oakum and Tom Splicewell. Robinson
Crusoe. Jane Shore. The Captive American. Nar-
Printed at Glasgow and Stirling, 1800-1803 1742 Chevy . Chace. Seven Wise Masters. Seven
Champions. Ramsay's Scots Proverbs. Scots Chronicle. Tale of Three Bonnets, in verse. History of Buck Haven. The Dominie Depos'd, by W. Forbes,
The History of Montelion, in 1 vol.
Printed at Glasgow and Stirling, 1801-3