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Holy Ghost. Aberdeen, 1818. 8

SEDGWICKE (WILLIAM), Minister of Farnham,
in Essex. Zions deliverance and her friends
duty : or the grounds of expecting, and meanes
of procuring Jerusalems restauration. In a
sermon [on Is. Ixii. 7] preached at a publicke
fast, before the Hon. House of Commons.
2d ed. London, 1643. 4

SEDITION. A remedy for sedition, wherein are
conteyned many thinges concernyng the true
and loyall obeysance, that commes owe unto
their prince and soueraygne lorde the Kynge.
[By Sir John CHEKE.] B. L.
Londini in cedibus Thomce Bertlieleti regii im-
pressoris, anno M.D.XXXVI. 4

SEDULIUS (CCELIUS), Scotus. Poemata sacra,
denuo recognita, collata et brevibus notis il-
lustrata. Nee non prior ejusdem epistola ad
Macedonium Presbyterum.

Edinburgi, 1701. 8

Mirabilium divinorum libri, Paschale carmen
dicti, et hymni duo. Christophorus Cellarius
ex manuscriptis codicibus recensuit, et adno-
tationibus illustravit.

Hales Magdeburgicaj, 1704. 8
SEED (JEREMIAH), M.A., Rector of Enham,
Hampshire. Discourses on several important
subjects. To which are added, eight sermons
preached at Lady Moyer's lecture, in the ca-
thedral church of St Paul's, London. 2 vol.
3d ed. [Vol. ii., 5th ed.]

London, 1747, 57. 8

Sixth edition. London, 1766. 8

The posthumous works of J. S. Consisting of
sermons, letters, essays, &c. Published from
the author's original manuscripts. By Joseph
Hall, M.A. 2 vol. [Vol. i., 2d ed.]

London, 1750, 52. 8

Fifth edition. London, 1773. 16
SEEDAIR (STEPHEN). A tract for all time. The

Christian or true constitution of man, versus
the pernicious fallacies of Mr Combe and other
materialistic writers. Edin. , 1856. 8

SEELEY (ROBERT B.). Remedies suggested for
some of the evils which constitute "The
PERILS of the nation." 1844

The Pope a pretender : the substance of a
speech delivered at a general meeting of the
inhabitants of the parish of St Dunstan in the
West, London, Nov. 6, 1850. Sixth thousand.

London, 1850. 8

SEGETHUS (THOMAS). De principatibus Ita-
lia^ tractatus varii. Editio secunda.

Lugd. Batav., 1631. 16



SEGOVIA SEMIS- II



SEGOVIA, BISHOP or. See Felipe Scio DE SAN

Ml.JUEL.

SEGUR (Le Comte PHILIPPE- PAUL DE). His-
toire de Napoleon et de la grande-arme'e pen-
dant 1'ann^e 1812. 2 torn. Paris, 1825. 12

SEIDENSTICKER (J. A. L.). Cummentatio de
Marculnnis aliisque siniilibua formulis, liber
singularis. Jena, 1818. 4

SE1LER (GEORO FRIEDRICH), D.D., Professor of
theology in the nnii-i-rsitij of Erlaiujcn. Theo-
logia dogmatico-polemiea, cum compendiu his-
torise dogmatum succinctse... Editio altera.

Erlangas, 1780. 8

Theses theologise dogmaticse. Coinpendiuiu
minus in usum prselectionum academicarum.

ErlangcB, 1783. 8

Die heilige Schrift. 1781, 82. See BIBLES-
GERMAN. A.

Biblical hermeneutics ; or, the art of Scripture
interpretation. From the German of G. F. S.
With notes, strictures, and supplements from
the Dutch of J. Heringa, D.D. Translated
from the originals, with additional notes and
observations, by the Rev. William Wright,
LL.D. London, 1835. 8

Another copy.

Another copy.

Another copy.

SELBY (PRIDEAUX JOHN). The natural history
of pigeons. [Gallinaceous birds, p. iii.] Illus-
trated by thirty-two plates, coloured... With
memoir of Pliny by Andrew Crichton. [Nat.
Lib., vol. ix.] Edin., 1835. 8

Natural history of parrots. Illustrated by
thirty-two plates : with memoir... of Bewick,
by the Rev. Mr Turner. [Ibid., vol. xv.]

Edin., 1836. 8

SELCART (CASPARUS). Theses logicae de quin-
que universalibus.

Leydce in Bataris, 1G09. 4

SELDEN (JOHN). Opera omnia, tarn edita quam
inedita. Collegit ac recensuit ; vitam auctoris,
prsefationes, et indices adjecit, David Wilkins,
S. T. P. 6 torn. 3 vol. Londini, 1726. fol.

The historie of tithes, that is, the practice of
payment of them. The positiue laws made for
them. The opinions touching the right of
them. A review of it is also annext, which
both confirmes it and directs in the vse of it.

s. I, 1618. 4

De synedriis et praefecturis iuridicis veterum
Ebraiorum. 2 libb. Londini, 1650, 53. 4

Quavd^u-^o; ; or, God made man. A tract
proving the nativity of our Saviour to be on
the 25. of December. London, 1661. 8

Titles of honor. 3d ed. With additions and
amendments by the author.

London, 1672. fol.

Uxor Ebraica, seu de nuptiis et divortiis ex I
jure civili, id est, divino et talmudico, veterum ;
Ebneorum, libri tres. Ejusdem de successio-
nibus ad leges Ebra;orum in bona defuncto- '
rum, liber singularis : in Pontificatum, libri
duo. Editio nova.

Francofurti ad Odcram, 1673. 4 C

Another copy.



A brief discourse touching the office of Lord
Chancellor of England... Transcribed from a
true copy thereof, found among the r<'ll>

of that judicious antiquary Sr. L<>. Kniveton,
late of Grayes Inn ; together with a tme cata-
logue of Lord Chancellors and KI-I-JMTS of the
Great Seal of England, from the Norman cn-
c Hirst, until this present year 1677. I
Uilliam Dugdale, Kt. London, 1677. 8

De diis Syris syntagmata ii. Adversaria nempe
de numinibus commentitiis in Veteri Instru-
mento memoratis. Accedunt ferfe qute sunt
reliqua Syrorum. Prisca porro Arabum, J-'^y \ .-
tiorum, Persarum, Afrorum, Europa : 1 1 1 .
theologia, subinde illustrutur. Editio juxta
alteram ipsius autoris opera emendatiorem auc-
tioremque omnium novjssima, additamentis et
indicibus copiosissimis locupletata, opera M.
Andrese Beyeri. Amstel., 1680. 8

De anno civili veterum ludseorurn, et Jacob!
USSERII de Macedonum et Asianorum anno
solari. Lugd. Batav., 1683. 8

Another copy.

De jure natural! et gentium, juxta disci plinam
Ebraeorum, libri septem. [Editio nova.]

Lipsioz et Francofurti, 1695. 4

Table talk. With notes by David Irving,
LL.D. ']:<! in., 1854. 8

* The life of J. S. , and Archbishop USHER ;
with notices of the principal English men of
letters with whom they were connected. By
John Aikin, M.D. London, 1812. 8

SELF-INFORMATION. Self-information ; or,

the history of an individual mind : intended

as a guide for the intellect through difficulties

to success. By a Fellow of a college. 2 vol.

London, 1837. 12

SELKIRK, EARL OF. See Thomas DOUGLAS.

SELLER (ABEDNEGO), Rector of Combeintin-head,
Devon. The history of PASSIVE OBEDIENCE
since the Reformation. 1689

A continuation of the history of PASSIVE OBE-
DIENCE. 1690

Christianity, a doctrine of the cross : or, PAS-
SIVE OBEDIENCE under any pretended invasion
of legal rights and liberties. 1691

SELLIER (Du). See OSMONT DU SELLIER.

SELLON (WALTER). The works of the Rev.
W. S. A new edition. 2 vol. [Edited by
Joseph Benson.] London, 1814, 15. 8

SELLON (WILLIAM), M. A. , Minister of St James's,
Clerkenu-ell. An abridgment of the holy Scrip-
tures. London, 1850. 12

SELNECCERUS (NICOLAUS), S.T.P. Kurtze,
Wahre \md Einfeltige Bekantnus D. N. S. von
der Majestet, Auftarth, Sitzen zur Rechten
Gottes, und vom Abendmal unsers Herrn
Jhesu Christi...B. L.

Heinrichstadt, 1571. 4

Paraphrasis Psalterii : sive Carminum Davidi-
corum libri quinque. Epitaphia virorum in-
signium inserta Psalmo nonagesimo. Poema-
tum sacrorum pars prima.

Henricopoli, M.D.LXXIII. 12

SEMISCH (CHARLES), of Trebnitz, Silesia. Jus-
tin Martyr : his life, writings, and opinions.



SEMLER SERLE.



717



Translated from the German, with the author's

concurrence, by J. E. Ryland. 2 vol. [Bib.

Cab., vol. xli. and xlii.] Edin., 1843. 8

SEMLER ( JOHANN SALOMO), Professor of theology

at Halle. Specimen examinis critici operum,

quse ita feruntur, Macarii, sub laetissimos fes-

tosque dies Christo ab inferis magnifice red-

eunti sacros boni ominis causa edidit J. S. S.

Hales Magdeburg. , 1745. 4

Specimen animadversionum in aliquot opus-
cula Grseca Macarii... edidit J. S. S.

Halce Salicce, 1746. 4

Institutio brevior ad liberalem eruditionern
theologicam. 2 libb.

Halce Magdeburg., 1765, 66. 8

Christliche freye Untersuchung iiber die so
genannte OfFenbarung Johannis, aus der nach-
gelassenen Handschrift eines frankischen Ge-
lehrten herausgegeben. Mit eigenen Anmerk-
ungen D. J. S. S.

Halle im Magdeburgischen, 1769. 8

Commentarii historici de antique Christiano-
rum statu. 2 torn.

Halce Magdeburg., 1771, 72. 8

Another copy.

Apparatus ad liberalem Veteris Testamenti in-
terpretationem. Halo' Magdeburg. , 1773. 8

Another copy.

Institutio ad doctrinam Christianam liberali-
ter discendam. Halce, Magdeburg. , 1774. 8

Another copy.

Apparatus ad libros symbolicos Ecclesiae Lu-
theranse. Halce, Magdeburg. , 1775. 8

Another copy.

SENEBIER (JEAN). Histoire litte'raire de Ge-
neve. 3 torn. Geneve, 1786. 8

SENECA (Lucius ANN^EUS). Opera quae extant
omnia, M. Antonii Mureti, P. Pinciani, ali-
orumque eruditissimorum virorum opera et
studio innumeris locis emendata, notisque il-
lustrata. Parisiis, 1587. fol.

A Justo Lipsio emendata et scholiis illus-

trata. Editio quarta, atque ab ultima Lipsii
manu : Aucta Liiberti Fromondi scholiis ad
qusestiones naturales, et Ludum de morte
Claudii Ctesaris : quibus in hac editione acce-
dunt eiusdem L. Fromondi ad qusestiones na-
turales excursus noui. Antverpicn, 1652. fol.
- The workes of L. A. S., both morrall and na-
turall. Translated by Tho. Lodge, D. in phy-
sicke. London, 1614. fol.

Seneca's morals by way of abstract. To which
is added, a discourse under the title of An
after-thought. By Sir Roger L'Estrange,
Knt. 14th ed. London, 1739. 8

SENEX. Lucius unmasked : or, the malevolent
spirit and insidious design of his letter to the
Rev. Andrew Thomson, detected and reproved.
BySenex. Edin., 1817. 8

SENEX. Some short and substantial reasons
for suspending, not the ministers of the Church,
but the agitation which the Church is systema-
tically pursuing in defiance of the laws, and in
prejudice of the peace and morals of the peo-
ple. By Senex. 2d ed. Aberdeen, 1840. 8

Another copy.



SENEX. Non-intrusion. Church courts and
Court of Session. The future legislative set-
tlement of the question considered ... by a
country gentleman.

Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1842. 12

SENSATIONS. The theory of agreeable sensa-
tions. In which after the laws observed by
nature in the distribution of pleasure are dis-
covered, the principles of natural theology, and
moral philosophy, are established. To which
is subjoined, relative to the same subject, A
dissertation on harmony of stile. [By M. de
POUILLY.] Translated from the French.

London, 1749. 12

SEPARATION. The charge of SCANDAL, and
giving oftence by conformity, refelled, and re-
flected back upon Separation. [By Henry
HESKETH.] 1683

A vindication of the real Reformation prin-
ciples of the Church of Scotland concerning
Separation, &c. In which the Essay on Se-
paration is vindicated ; and the arguments of
the Rev. Mr Wilson, for separation from this
established Church in his Defence are consi-
dered...^ which, in an appendix, a further
argument against Separation, taken from the
conduct of the famous martyr, Mr James
Guthrie, and other Protesters in his day, is
largely insisted on. By the author of the
Essay on Separation ; [John CURRLE].

Edin., 1740. 8

The duty and extent of separation from an
unscriptural Church, asserted in remarks on
certain questions, proposed to the considera-
tion of disciples of Christ in Scotland.

Dublin, 1843. 12
SEPT-CHENES (LECLERC DE). See LECLERC DE

SERAMPORE. Brief memoir relative to the
operations of the Serampore missionaries, Ben-
gal. London, 1827. 8

SERARIUS (NICOLAUS), S. J., Professor of theo-
logy in the university of Mentz. Trihseresium,
seu de celeberrimis tribus, apud Judaeos, Pha-
risEeorum, Sadducpeorum , et Essenorum sectis
...ad nupero Joan. Drusii de Hasidseis libello
respondendum. Libri tres. [Part. i. Syn-
tagm. trium script, illustr. de tribus JUD^EO-
RUM sectis.] 1703

Minerval J. Scaligero et J. Drusio depensum,
pro Trihseresio, libr. quinque. [Part. ii. Syn-
tagm. trium script, illustr. de tribus JUD.EO-
RUM sectis.] 1703

Rabbini, et Herodes, seu de tota Rabbino-
rum, gente, partitione, creatione, auctoritate,
&c. et de Herodis tyranni natalibus, Judais-
mo, uxoribus, liberis, et regno, libri tres, &c.
[Part. ii. Syntagm. trium script, illustr. de
tribus JUD^EORUM sectis.] 1703

SERLE (AMBROSE). Christian HUSBANDRY.

1792

Secret THOUGHTS of a Christian, lately de-
parted. 1813

Horse solitaries ; or, essays upon some remark-
able names and titles of Jesus Christ, occur-
ring in the Old Testament, and declarative of



718

his essential divinity, and gracious offices in
the redemption of mm : to which is annexed,
an essav, ehieilv historical, upon the doit riiu
of the Trinity. 2 vol. Vol. i., 5th ed.

Glasgow, 1813. 8

Vol. ii. Hone solitaries ; or, essays upon

some remarkable names and titles of the Holy
Spirit, occurring in the Old and New Testa-
ments, and declarative of his essential divinity
and gracious offices in the salvation of men :
to which is annexed, a brief account of the
hnvsies, relative to the doctrine of the Holy
Spirit, which have been published since the
Christian era. Glasgow, 1813. 8

Another edition. Complete in one volume.

London, 1837. 8

The Church of God : or, essays upon some de-
scriptive names and titles, given in the Scrip-
tures, by God the Holy Ghost, to the general
assembly of all true believers in God the Son,
or the God-man Jesus Christ, and denoting
the nature and means of their salvation, through
the everlasting covenant made by God the Fa-
ther with those divine persons in the one Je-
hovah. 3d ed. Glasgow, 1814. 8

The Christian remembrancer ; or, short reflec-
tions upon the faith, life, and conduct of a
real Christian. New edition.

London, 1819. 12

Another edition. With an introductory essay
by Thomas Chalmers, D.D.

Glasgow, 1823. 12

SERMONS. A compleat collection of f arewel
sermons, preached by Mr Calamy, Dr Manton,
Mr Caryl, Mr Case, Mr Jenkins, Mr Baxter,
Dr Jacomb, Dr Bates, Mr Watson, Mr Lye,
Mr Mead, Dr Seaman, Mr Venning, Mr Brooks,
Mr Collings, Mr Newcomen, Mr Beerman, Mr
Cradacott, Mr Sclater, Mr Pledger, Mr Bull,
Mr Lamb, Mr Wadsworth, Mr Cooper, Mr
G. N., Mr Gaspine, Mr Evank, Mr George
Thorn, Mr Cheesman. Together with Mr Ash
his fun. sermon, Mr Nalton's fun. sermon, Mr
Lye's rehearsal at the conclusion of the last
Morning Exercise, at Alhallowes Lombard
Street, Mr Calamy 's sermon, preached at Al-
dermanbury, Dec. 28th last, and Mr Watson's
sermon against Popery. With their several
prayers. Revised and corrected.

London, 1663. 4

Another edition. [Not containing the sermons
byCheesman, Ash, Nalton, Calamy (28th Dec.)
and Watson.] Edin., 1744. 4

Another copy.

Another copy.

A most useful sermon [on Is. xliii. 25.] preach-
ed in London. By a most faithful servant and
minister of Christ. s. I, 1676. 16

Several sermons on Isaiah, xxii. 24 on occa-
sion of renewing the national covenant by the
Associate Presbytery. s. I. et a. 8

r- Christ's loveliness and glory, in his personal

and relative characters, and gracious offers to

sinners : consider'd in twelve sermons preach'd

at Mr Coward's lecture. By several ministers.

London, 1729. 8



A collection of several remarkable and valuable
s nip >iis, sperrhrs ami e\h"i-t;ui]i

ing and subscribing the national cst n:mt <>f
Scotland : and at ruin-ing into and subscribing
the solemn league and covenant of the three
kingdoms of Scotland, England and Iivland...
By several Reverend, learned and |>icms divines
of that period. d'l'is<jtnr, 1741. 8

Another copy.

A sermon [on Ps. cxxii. 6-9] preached before
the General Assembly, May 8th, 1746. [Wants
title.] 8

An index to the sermons published since the
Restoration. Pointing out the texts in the-
order they lie in the Bible, shewing the occa-
sion on which they were preached, and direct-
ing to the volume and page where they occur.

London, 1751. 8

Original and select evangelical sermons ; by
the most pious and eminent, modern as well
as ancient, divines. Edtn., 1795. 12

Sermons, preached in London, at the forma-
tion of the Missionary society, Sept. 1795. To
which are prefixed memorials respecting the
establishment and first attempts of that society.

London, 1795. 8

Another copy.

Four sermons preached at the sixth general
meeting of the Missionary society May, 1800,
by Revs. Ebenezer Brown, J. M. Ray, Th.
Grove, W. Williams. London, 1800. 8

Four sermons preached in London, at the fif-
teenth general meeting of the Missionary so-
ciety May, 1809. By Rev. James Peddie,
Edinburgh, Rev. John Clayton, London ; Rev.
Josiah R. Richards, Hull ; Rev. John King
Martyn, Pertenhall. London, 1809. 8

Four sermons preached in London, at the
seventeenth general meeting, of the Missionary
society, May 1811, by the Rev. E. Parsons,
Leeds ; Rev. Joseph Jefferson, Basingstoke ;
Rev. James Stevins, Kilwinning ; Rev. John
Wilcox, M. A. Also the report of the directors.

London, 1811. 8

Four sermons, preached in London, at the
eighteenth general meeting of the missionary
society, May 1812, by the Rev. Matthew Wilks,
London ; Rev. John Love, Anderston ; Rev.
Alexander Steill, Wigan; Rev. Earle Gillbee,
D.D. Also the report of the directors.

London, 1812. 8

Four sermons, preached in London, at the
nineteenth general meeting of the Missionary
society, May 1813, by the Rev. David Peter,
Carmarthen ; Rev. John Philip, Aberdeen ;
Rev. B. W. Mathias, Dublin ; Rev. Alexander
Fletcher, London. Also the report of the di-
rectors. London, 1813. 8

Sermons, preached before the Society in Scot-
land, for propagating Christian knowledge ; at
their anniversary meetings, from June 1796 to
June 1800. Edin., 1796-1800. 8

Sermons, preached before the Society in Scot-
land, for propagating Christian knowledge ; at
their anniversary meetings, from June 1801 to

June 1808. Edin., 1801-1808. 8'



SERPENT SEWARD.



710



Sermons, preached before the Society in Scot-
land, for propagating Christian knowledge ; at
their anniversary meetings, from June 1811 to
June 1825. JEdin., 1812-25. 8

Short sermons, designed for the use of those
who have little time to read longer discourses.

Edin., 1796. 12

- New edition. Edin., 1815. 12

- Sermons on important subjects ; collected from
a number of ministers, in some of the North-
ern States of America. Hartford, 1797. 8

A collection of valuable sermons, by eminent
divines, in the two last centuries, viz. Messrs
J. Guthrie, J. Brown, A. Peden, T. Boston,
E. Erskine, G. Whitefield, R. Erskine, J.
Fraser, S. Rutherford, A. Gray, and W. Dyer.
To which are added, some religious letters, by
Messrs J. Newton, J. Belcher, and C. and M.
Love ; with C. Love's last words on the scaf-
fold. Edin., 1814. 12

- Sermons on miscellaneous subjects, by minis-
ters of the General Associate Synod. 2 vol.

Edin., 1820. 12

Sermons on the doctrines and duties of Chris-
tianity. 36th ed. Bath, 1823. 12

- Sermons by ministers of the Congregational
Union of Scotland. Glasgow, 1823. 8

Sketches of sermons, preached to congrega-
tions in various parts of the united kingdom,
and on the European continent. Furnished
by their respective authors. 8 vol. [Vol. i. ,
4th ed.] London, 1823, 25. 12

Ein Herr, ein Glaube. Sammlung evangeli-
scher Predigten aus dreissig verschiedenen
Landern in und ausser Deutschland, zum Bess-
ten der evangel. Gemeinde Kaiishuld auf dem
Donaumoose herausgegeben. Zweite Auflage.

Barmen, 1838. 8

- Sermons by eminent preachers.

Edin., 1853. 8

- Sermons on the person and work of the Holy
Spirit. With preface by Rev. Emilius Bay ley.

London, 1860. 8

- Sixteen short sermons. By a clergyman of
the Church of England. Chelsea, s. a. 12

- Sixteen sermons on various subjects. [Wants
title.] 8

- The Redeemer's ability to save sinners to the
uttermost, illustrated. Two sermons on Heb.
vii. 25. [Wants title.] 8

A sermon upon Song, ii. 13. [Wants title.]

8

- A sermon on Matt. v. 16. [Wants title.] 4

- Public spirit. A sermon on Ps. cxxxvii. 5, 6.
[Wants title.] 8

A sermon on 2 Tim. iv. 5. [Wants title.] 8

Extracts from missionary sermons, preached
in America by Drs Griffin, Nott, Morse, and
Miller. London, s. a. 8

SERPENT. The brazen serpent.

London, s. a. 12

SERRANUS (JOANNES). See Jean de SERRES.
SERRES (JEAN DE). Commentarius in Solomo-
nis Ecclesiasten. [Wants title.]

Geneva, 1580. 8

Inventaire generale de 1'histoire de France.



Depuis Pharamond jusques k Louis XIII.
Reuue et corrige de nouueau. 2 torn.

Geneve, 1632. 8

A generall historic of France, written by J. de
S. unto the yeare 1598. Contynued by Peter
Mathew, to the death of King Henry the
fourth, in the yeare 1610. And againe con-
tinued unto the peace concluded before Mont-
pellier, in the yeare 1622. By Edward Grim-
ston, Sariant at armes. s. I., 1624. fol.

SERRY (JACOBUS HYACINTHUS), Doctor of the
Sorbonne, and professor of divinity in the uni-
versity of Padua. Opera omnia: quorum non-
nulla adhuc inedita, plura secundis curis ab
ipsomet aucta et illustrata. Prseter prsefa-
tionem et vitam auctoris, accedunt cl. virorum
in ejusdem opera animadversiones. 6 torn.

Lugduni, 1770. fol.

Historise Congregationum de auxiliis divinse
gratise, sub summis Pontificibus Clemente
VIII. et Paulo V. libri quatuor...Auctore
Augustino LE BLANC. [Pseud.]

Lovanii, 1700. fol.

Another copy.

Prselectiones theologicee-dogmaticse-polemicse-
scholasticse habitae in celeberrima Patavina
academia . . . Cui accedunt ejusdem authoria
opuscula varia, alias quidem pluries edita, sed
hodie perquam rara, et frustra ab eruditis avide
perquisita. 5 torn. Venetiis, 1742. 4

SERVANT. The history of a corporation of ser-
vants. Discovered a few years ago in the in-
terior parts of South America. Containing
some very surprising events and extraordinary
characters. Glasgow, 1765. 8

The good servant, and other tracts ; or, ex-
amples and warnings for persons in humble
life. 3ded. Edin., 1838. 12

The negro servant ; an authentic and interest-
ing narrative, in three parts. Communicated
by a clergyman of the Church of England ;
[Legh RICHMOND]. London, s. a. 12

SERVICE-BOOK. Reasons for which the Ser-
vice booke, urged upon Scotland ought to be
refused. s. I., 1638. 4

SETTLEMENTS. General result of violent set-
tlements. From the 'Witness.' [Stirling
tracts, No. viii.] Stirling, 1842. 8

SEWARD (ANNA). Monody on Major Andrd.
To which are added letters addressed to her
by Major Andre", in the year 1769. 2d ed.

Lichfield, 1781. 4

Original sonnets, and odes paraphrased from
Horace. 2d ed. London, 1799. 4

The poetical works of A. S. ; with extracts
from her literary correspondence. Edited by
Walter Scott, Esq. 3 vol. Edin., 1810. 8

Letters of A. S. : written between the years
1784 and 1807. 6vol. Edin., 1811. 8

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