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153 Certain Orders, &c. against the Infection. single sheet. London. 1641.

Orders, &c. concerning the Infection of the Plague. 4to. London. 1665.
London's Mourning Garment or Funerall Teares. 4to. London. 1603.
A Preservative from the Infection of the Plague, &c. by Thomas
Willis, M. D. 8vo.

London. 1721. Antidotaria ; or, a Collection of Antidotes against the Plague and other malignant Diseases, by Joseph Browne, L. L. M. D. 8vo.

London. 1721. A History of the most remarkable pestilential Distempers that have

appeared in Europe for three hundred Years last past, by R. Brookes, M. D. 8vo.

London. 1721. A Scheme for proper Methods to be taken, should it please God to

visit us with the Plague, by Sir John Colbatch. 8vo. London. 1721. A Discourse upon the Plague, with a preparatory Account of malignant Fevers, by Sir Richard Blackmore, M. D. 8vo. London.

1721. The second Edition. 8vo.

London. 1722. 175 Aorponoyía : sive Pestis nuperæ apud populum Londinensem grassantis Narratio historica, Authore Nathanaele Hodges, M. D. 12mo.

Londini. 1672. 145 The Arch's of Triumph erected in honor of King James I. at his Ma

iesties Entrance and Passage through his honorable Citty of London; invented and published by Stephen Harrison, and graven by William Kip. folio.

London. 1604. 222 King James his Hospitall: founded in the Charter-house at the onely

Costs and Charges of Thomas Sutton, Esq. 8vo. London. 1614. 167 London's Artillery, briefly containing the noble practise of that worthie Societie. 4to.

London. 1616. 216 The Constitutions of the Musæum Minervæ. 4to. London. 1636. 225 Another Copy, with MSS. notes by M. Lort. A Dialogue between the Crosse in Cheap, and Charing Crosse, by

Ryhen Pameach (Henry Peacham.) 4to.
The Resolution of those Contemners that will have no Crosses. 4to.

London. 1641. 235 Articles of High Treason exhibited against Cheap-side Crosse, &c. by R. Overton). 4to.

London. 1642. 226 The Downe-fall of Dagon, or the taking downe of Cheap-side Crosse. Ato.



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44 Venceslai Clementis à Lybeo-Monte Trinobantiados Augustæ sive Londini Libri sex. 4to.

1647. 264 Historia de Episcopis et Decanis Londinensibus : necnon de Episcopis

et Decanis Assavensibus, Autore Henrico Wharton, A. M. Notis MSS. T. Baker. 8vo.

Londini. 1695. 205 The Case of the Traders of London, as it now stands since the Copartnership of the Wharfingers. 8vo.

London. 1705. The Constitutions of the Company of Watermen and Lightermen. 8vo.

London. 1708.

London. 1730. 227 Another Edition. 8vo. 192 An Abstract of the Rules, Orders, &c. of the Company of Watermen. 12mo.

London. 1708.

London. 1708. 17} A new View of London, in two Volumes. 8vo. 51. Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Londinense: An Ecclesiastical

Parochial History of the Diocese of London. 2 Vol. folio. with
MSS. notes by Bishop Kennet.

London. 1708. 119} Another Copy, with MSS. notes by Mr. Gough. 187 Pietas Londinensis : or, the present Ecclesiastical State of London, by James Paterson, A. M. 12mo.

London. 1714. 237 Opera Mineralia explicata: or the Mineral Kingdom, within the Domi

nions of Great Britain, display'd, being a compleat History of the antient Corporations of the City of London, of and for the Mines, &c. by M(oses) S(tringer). 8vo.

London. 1713. 206 A Letter to an Inhabitant of the Parish of St. Andrew's Holbourn, about new Ceremonies in the Church. 8vo.

London. 1717. Mr. Whiston's Account of Dr. Sacheverell's Proceedings in order to exclude him from St. Andrew's Church in Holborn. 8vo, London.

1719 The Case of the Erectors of a Chapel, or Oratory; in the Parish of St. Andrew's Holborn, &c. 8vo.

London. 1722. The Case of the Patron and Rector of St. Andrew's in Answer to “The “ Case of the Erectors of a Chapel, &c.” 8vo.

London. 1722. 46 A true Copy of the last Will and Testament of the late Rev. Daniel Williams, D. D. 8vo.

London. 1717. Memoirs of the Life and eminent Conduct of that learned and reverend Divine Daniel Williams, D. D. 8vo.

London. 1718.


46 Bibliothecæ quam Vir doctus et admodum reverendus Daniel Williams, S. T. P. bono publico legavit, Catalogus. 8vo. Londini.

1727 211 The Acts of Parliament relating to the building Fifty new Churches in and about the Cities of London and Westminster. 8vo. London.

1721. 258 Remarks upon the antient and present State of London, occasion'd

by some Roman Urns &c. lately discover'd. 8vo. London. 1723. 246 The Life of Dr. John Colet, Dean of St. Paul's, by Samuel Knight, D.D. 8vo.

London, 1724. 245 Another Copy, with MSS. notes. 261 The York-Buildings Dragons, &c. 4to.

London. 1726. 156 A new Review of London. 12mo.

London. 1728. 236 New Remarks of London; or, a Survey of the Cities of London and

Westminster, of Southwark, and part of Middlesex and Surrey. 12mo.

London, 1732. Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecæ honorabilis Societatis Medii Templi Londini. 4to.

Londini, 1734. 183 The Charters of the City of London. 12mo.

London. 1738. 141 The Lives of the Professors of Gresham College, to which is prefixed

the Life of the Founder Sir Thomas Gresham, by John Ward. folio. with MSS. notes.

London. 1740. 207 Publick Spirit, illustrated in the Life and Designs of the Rev. Thomas Bray, D. D. late Minister of St. Botolpha without Aldgate. 8vo.

London. 1746. 15 An Essay to prove that the Jurisdiction and Conservacy of the River

Thames, &c. is committed to the Lord Mayor and City of London, by Roger Griffiths. 8vo.

London. 1746. 29 A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the River Thames, by P. Colquhoun, L. L. D. 8vo.

London. 1800. London and Middlesex illustrated, by John Warburton, Esq. Somerset Herald. 8vo.

London. 1749. 234 Domus Carthusiana : or an Account of the most noble Foundation of

the Charter-House, with the Life and Death of Thomas Sutton,

Esq. the Founder thereof, by Samuel Herne. 8vo. London. 1677. 110 Londinopolis; an historicall Discourse or Perlustration of the City of

London, whereunto is added another of the City of Westminster, by James Howel, Esq. folio.

London. 1657.

135 The History of St. Paul's Cathedral from its Foundation, by William Dugdale. folio.

London. 1658. 244 The Tombes, Monuments, and Sepulchral Inscriptions, lately visible

in St. Paul's Cathedral, and St. Faith's under it, by Payne Fisher. 4to.

London, 162 The Catalogue of most of the memorable Tombes, Grave-stones, &c.

in the demolisht or yet extant Churches of London, by P. Fisher. 4to.

London. 1668. 193 Reports of speciall Cases touching severall Customs and Liberties of the City of London. 12mo.

London. 1655. 197 The City Law, shewing the Customes, Franchises, Liberties, Priviledges and Immunities of the famous City of London. 12mo.

London. 1658. 195 A Catalogue of many natural Rarities, collected by Robert Hubert,

alias Forges, and to be seen at the Miter near St. Paul's Church. 12mo.

London. 1664. 184 Natural and Political Observations on the Bills of Mortality, by Capt. J. Graunt. 12mo. (see No. 111.)

Oxford. 1665. 229 The Royal Charter of Confirmation granted by King Charles II. to the City of London. 8vo.

London. 194 The Cities great Concern, in this Case or Question of Honour and

Arms, whether Apprentiship.extinguisheth Gentry? discoursed. 12mo.

London. 1674. 163 Londinenses Lacrymæ. Londons second Tears mingled with her Ashes; a Poem by John Crouch. 4to.

London. 1666. 218 London's Resurrection to Joy and Triumph expressed in sundry Shews, &c. 4to.

1671. 185 God's terrible Voice in the City, &c. by T. Vincent. 12mo. 1667. 182 A short Narrative of the late dreadful Fire in London. 12mo. London.


170 The Conflagration of London: poetically delineated. 4to. London. 1667. Londini quod reliquum : or, London's Remains in Latin and English. 4to.

London. 1667.
Actio in Londini Incendarios. 4to.
Londini renascentis Imago Poetica. 4to.

Londini. 1668.
London's Resurrection, poetically represented. 4to.

London. 1669. Carmen Funebre; ex Occasione Northamtonæ conflagratæ composi

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tum, Opera S. Ford, S.T. D. Auctoris Poematis de Conflagratione
Londini. 4to.

Londini. 1676. 179 London's Resurrection or the Rebuilding of London encouraged, di

rected, and improved, in Fifty Discourses, by Samuel Rolls.

London. 1668.
Londinum Triumphans, or an historical Account of the grand In-

fluence the Actions of the City of London have had upon the
Affairs of the Nation for many Ages past, by William Gough,
Gent. 8vo.

London. 1682.
Lex Londinensis, or the City Law, &c. 8vo.

London. 1680.
Musæum Regalis Societatis, or a Catalogue of the natural and artificial

Rarities belonging to the Royal Society and preserved at Gre

sham College, by Nehemiah Grew, M. D. folio. London. 1681. 240 A Description of the Duke's Bagnio, and of the Mineral Bath and new Spaw thereunto belonging, by Samuel Haworth, M. D. 12mo.

London. 1683. 196 An historical Account of the late great Frost, in which are discovered,

the various Humours, Loves, Cheats, and Intreagues of the Town,
as the same were managed upon the River Thames, during that
Season. 12mo.

London. 1684. 54 Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum Bibliothecæ Cottonianæ, Scrip

tore Thoma Smitho. folio. Notis MSS. H. Wanley. Oxonii. 1696. 55 A Report from the Committee appointed to view the Cottonian Li

brary, and such of the Publick Records as they think proper, &c.

London. 1732. 111 A Collection of the yearly Bills of Mortality from 1657. to 1758. in

clusive, to which are subjoined,
i. Natural and Political Observations on the Bills of Mortality, by

Capt. John Graunt. (see No. 184.)
ii. Another Essay in Political Arithmetic, by Sir W. Petty. (see No.

262. and 263.)
iii. Observations on the past Growth and present State of the City

of London, by Corbyn Morris, Esq.
iv. A comparative View of the Diseases and Ages, and a Table of

the Probabilities of Life, for the last thirty Years, by J. P. Esq.

London. 1759. 231 The general Contents of the British Museum. 12mo. London. 1762.

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