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HAMMOND (JAMES). Love-elegies.

Edin., 1759. 12'

finitions of faith, and CANONS of discipline of
the six oecumenical councils... Translated, with
notes, by W. A. H. 1843

Hereford. An essay on the philosophical evi-
dence of Christianity ; or, the credibility ob-
tained to a scriptural revelation, from its coin-
cidence with the facts of nature.

London, 1827. 8

The scholastic philosophy considered in its re-
lation to Christian theology, in a course of lec-
tures delivered before the University of Ox-
ford, 1832, at the lecture founded by the Rev.
John Bampton, M.A. Oxford, 1833. 8

A course of lectures introductory to the study"
of moral philosophy. London, 1835. 8



History of the Christian Church. By Alfred
LYALL...and R. D. H. 1858

* Report of the case of the Right Rev. R. D.
H. in Hereford cathedral, the ecclesiastical
courts, and the Queen's bench. By Richard
JEBB. 1849

HANBURY (BENJAMIN). Historical memorials
relating to the Independents, or Congregation-
alists, from their rise to the restoration of the
monarchy, A.D. 1660. 3 vol.

London, 1839-1844. 8

HANCOCK (ALBANY). A monograph of the Bri-
tish Nudibranchiate mollusca, by Joshua AL-
DER and A. H. 1846, 48

HANCOCK (JOHN), D.D., Rector of St Marga-
ret's, Lothbury, London. An answer to some
things contained inDrHiCKEs' Christian priest-
hood asserted. 1709
Arguments to prove the being of God. With
objections against it answered. Being several
sermons preached at the cathedral church of
St Paul, in the year 1706, on account of the
lecture founded by the Hon. Robert BOYLE.


HANDBOOK . Kurzgef asstes exegetisch esHan d-
buch zum Alten Testament. [By BERTHEAU,
THENIUS.] Leipzig, 1839-1861. 8

A handbook for travellers in Switzerland, and
the Alps of Savoy and Piedmont. 6th ed.

London, 1854. 12

ments of a rector of the Church of England,
concerning Mr H.'s celebrated oratorio of the
Messiah. Edin., 1815. 8

HANK1US (MARTINUS), Librarian of the, Eliza-
beth library at Breslau. De Romanarum re-
rum scriptoribus, liber. Lipsice, 1688. 4
HANNA (WILLIAM), D.D., Minister of Free St
John's church, Edinburgh. The Westport, a
chapter from the life of Dr Chalmers.

Edin., 1852. 8

Speech on the sustentation fund, delivered be-
fore the General Assembly of the Free Church,
31st May 1855. Edin., 1855. 8

- The Church and its living Head. A sermon
on the principles of the Free Church, preached
13th Nov. 1859. Edin., 1859. 8

- The headship of Christ over the visible Church :
a correspondence between the Rev. W. H. and
the Rev. James BEGG, D. D. Edin. , 1860. 8

Wycliffe and the Huguenots. Or, sketches of
the rise of the Reformation in England, and of
the early history of Protestantism in France.

Edin., 1860. 8

HANNAH (J.), D.C.L., Warden of Trinity col-
lege, Glenalmond. The relation between the
divine and human elements in Holy Scripture.
Eight lectures preached before the University
in the year 1863 on the foundation of the late
Rev. John Bampton, M.A.

London, 1863. 8

HANNAY (ROBERT). The two stewards : a ser-
mon preached in the Magdalene church, Bel-
fast, on behalf of the Church education society,
Feb. 3, 1861. Belfast, 1861. 8

HANNIBALE (FRID. WILH.). Modesta inquisi-
tio in novam dogmatis de SS. Trinitate expli-
cationem quam...Paulus Maty nuper propo-
suit. Conscripta et prsesidio...Jo. Laur. Mos-
hemii, reliqua disputationis loco (anno 1735)
edita a F. W. H. Helmstadii, 1735. 4

liberty of conscience and persecution. 1614-
1661. Edited for the Hanserd Knollys Society,
with an historical introduction, by Edward
Bean Underbill. London, 1846. 8

HANWAY ( JONAS). An historical account of the
British trade over the Caspian sea. 2d ed.
2 vol. London, 1754. 4

HAPPINESS. Happiness and misery : being the
history of a few days in the lives of two cot-
tagers. New ed. London, 1837. 12

HARCOURT (L. VERNON), M.A., CJuancellor of
York. The doctrine of the deluge ; vindicating
the Scripture account from the doubts which
have been recently cast upon it by geological
speculations. 2 vol. London, 1838. 8

physica... Ultrajecti, 1651. 4

HARDERWYCK (HENRICUS). Disputatio phi-
losophica de physica in genere.

Ultrajecti, 1645. 4

HARDIE (THOMAS S.), D.D., Minister ofAshkirl;.
Sermons. Hawick, 1811. 8

HARDIMAN (JAMES), F.R.I. A. Irish minstrel-
sy : or bardic remains of Ireland : with Eng-
lish poetical translations. 2 vol.

London, 1831. 8

HARDING (E.). Portraits of the whole of the
royal family, engraved from the original pic-
tures. London, 1808. fol.

HARDING (JOHN), M.A., Rector of St Andrew
and St Anne, Blackfriars, London. A sermon,
preached at the interment of the Rev. Isaac
Saunders, M.A., Jan. 9, 1836.

London, 1836. 8

HARDING (THOMAS), D.D., Prebendary of Win-
chester. An answere to Maister Juelles cha-
lenge. Augmented with certaine quotations
and additions. Anticerpe, 1565. 8

A confutation of a booke intituled, " An apo-
logie of the Church of England. "

Antwerp, 1565. 4

menicum CONSTANTIENSE concilium de univtr-
sali Ecclesiae reformatione, unione, et fide.


Amstelodami et Hagce Comitum, 1733. fol.

La defense des ordinations Anglicanes [par
Courayer], re'fute'e. 2 torn. Parts, 1727. 16

Commentarius in Novum Testamentum. Ac-
cedit ejusdem auctoris lucubratio ; in cujus
prima parte ostenditur, Cepham a Paulo repre-
hensum, Petrum non esse ; in altera parte,
Joannia Apostoli de sanctissima Trinitate lo-
cus explauatur, et eidem auctori suo vindica-
tur. Amstelodami, 1741. fol.

HARDWICK (CHARLES), M.A., Divinity lecturer
tit J\iit<ix college, Cambridge. A history of the
articles of religion : To which is added a series


of documents, fn>m A.I>. ITiSC to A.D. 1015.
Together with illustrations from contemporary
sources. ' '"i,i>>ri<l<je, 1861. 8

Another copy.

A history of the Christian Church. Middle
:iL,'f. Cbm&ridot, 1863, > s

A history of the Christian Church during the
Ki-t'ormation. Cambridge, 1850. 8

- Another copy.

- Christ and other masters: An historical inquiry
into some of the chief parallelisms and con-
trasts between Christianity and the religious
systems of the ancient world. With special
reference to prevailing difficulties and objec-
tions. Part iv. Religions of Egypt and Medo-
Persia. Cambridge, 1859. 8

HARDY (NATHANIEL), D.D., Archdeacon of Lewes
>i<{ Dean of Rochester. the arraignement of
licentious libertie, and oppressing tyrannic.
In a sermon [on Hosea, v. 12] before the Hon.
House of Commons, Feb. 24, ]('4<>.

London, 1047. 4

The first general Epistle of St John the Apostle,
unfolded and applied. The first part in two
and twenty lectures on the first chapter, and
two verses of the second. London, 1056. 4

nooth grant considered religiously, morally,
and politically ; with documentary proof that it
was originally obtained by fraud and perjury ;
and that its continuance is a subsidy to idola-
try and sedition... Dublin, [1853]. 8

HARDY (THOMAS), D.D., Professor of divinity in
the university of Edinburgh. The principles
of moderation. Addressed to the clergy of the
popular interest in the Church of Scotland.

Edin., 1782. 8

Another copy.

The progress of the Christian religion. A ser-
mon [on Heb. ii. 8] preached before the So-
ciety in Scotland for propagating Christian
knowledge, May 30, 1793. Edin., 1794. 8

Another copy.

HARDY (THOMAS).* The trial of T. H. for high
treason, at the sessions house in the old Bailey
...1794. Vol. i.-iii. London, 1794, 95. 8

- * State trials for high treason. Containing the
trial of T. H. To which is prefixed Lord Chief
Justice Eyre's charge to the grand jury. Ro-
bertson's edition. Edin., 1794. 8

HARE (EDWARD). A treatise on the scriptural
doctrine of justification. 2d ed. With a pre-
face by Thomas Jackson. London, 1839. 12

HARE (FRANCIS), D.D., Dean of Worcester, af-
terwards Bishop of Chichester. A sermon [on
Ps. Ixxi. 17-19] preached before the Hon.
House of Commons, Feb. 17, 170f .

London, 1709. 4

Church- authority vindicated, in a sermon [on
Heb. xiii. 17] preached at Putney, May 5, i
1719. 3d ed. London, 1719. 8 |

Fourth edition. To which is added a post- j
script, occasioned by the Lord Bishop of Ban-
gor's answer. London, 1720. 8

A new defence of the Lord Bishop of Bangor's
[B. HOADLY] sermon on John, xviii. 30. Con-

sidrivd as it is the performance of a 111:111 of
li-ttrrs. P,\ an impartial hand.

*The D[eajn i,f \\ | . .reefitejr [F. Hart- 1 still tho
same : or, his new defence of the Lord llisln.|i
"t I'angor's sermon, itc. consider'd as tin j er-
furmaiicc <>f a great critick, :i man of .sen

a man of probity. By an impartial hand ; [ B.
HOADLY]. London, 17:.'"

[The above has also been attributed
Richard Steele.]

Scripture vindicated from the misinterpreta-
tions of the Lord Bishop of Bangor : in his
answer to the Dean of Worcester's visitation
sermon concerning Church-authority.

London, 1721. 8

Another copy.

Psalmorum liber, in versiculoa metrice divi-
sus. 1736. See BIBLES HEBREW. E.

HARE (Junes CHARLES), M.A., Archdeacon of
Lewes. The better prospects of the Church :
a charge to the clergy of the archdeaconry of
Lewes, delivered at the visitation in 1840.
2d ed. I.nntton, [1840]. 8

Privileges imply duties : a charge to the clergy
of the archdeaconry of Lewes, delivered at the
ordinary visitation in 1841.

London, 1842. 8

The unity of the Church : a sermon preacht
at St Peter's church, Brighton, December 10,
1840, at the annual meeting of the Chichester
diocesan association : with some introductory
remarks on uniformity. London, 1845. 8

The mission of the Comforter and other ser-
mons, with notes. 2 vol. London, 1846. 8"

The victory of faith. 2d ed.

London, 1847. 8

The means of unity : a charge to the clergy of
the archdeaconry of Lewes, delivered at the
ordinary visitation in 1842 ; with notes espe-
cially on the institution of the Anglican Bishop-
ric at Jerusalem, and on the need of an eccle-
siastical synod. London, 1847. 8

A letter to the very Reverend the Dean of
Chichester, on the agitation excited by the ap-
pointment of Dr Hampden to the see of Here-
ford. 2d ed., with a postscript, on Lord John
Russell's letter to the clergy of Bedford, and
in reply to Mr Trower's plain remarks.

London, 1848. 8

The duty of the Church in times of trial : a
charge to the clergy of the archdeaconry of
Lewes, delivered at the ordinary visitation in
1848 ; with notes, especially on the contro-
versy touching the management of schools, and
on the Jewish question. London, 1848. 8

Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy
neighbour : a letter to the editor of the Eng-
lish Review. With a letter from Professor
Maurice to the author. London, 1849. 8

The true remedy for the evils of the age : a
charge to the clergy of the archdeaconry of
Lewes, delivered at the ordinary visitation in
1849. With notes, especially on the educa-
tional, matrimonial, and baptismal questions.

London, 1850. 8

A letter to the Hon. Richard Cavendish, on the



recent judgment of the court of appeal, as af-
fecting the doctrine of the Church. 2d ed.,
with a postscript. London, 1850. 8

- The contest with Rome : a charge to the clergy
of the archdeaconry of Lewes, delivered at the
ordinary visitation in 1851 : with notes, espe-
cially in answer to Dr Newman's recent lec-
tures. London, 1852. 8

- Vindication of Luther against his recent Eng-
lish assailants. 2d ed., reprinted and enlarged
from the notes to the mission of the Comforter.

Cambridge, 1855. 8

- Another copy.

- Charges to the clergy of the archdeaconry of
Lewes, delivered at the ordinary visitations in
the years 1843, 1845, 1846. Never before pub-
lished. With an introduction, explanatory of
his position in the Church with reference to
the parties which divide it.

Cambridge, 1856. 8

Guesses at truth, by two brothers, J. C. H.
[and Augustus William Hare]. First series.
3d ed. London, 1851. 8

Second series. 2d ed. London, 1848. 8

* Tendencies of Archdeacon Hare's theology ;
more especially with reference to the idolatry
of intellect and the rejection of the written
word. London, 1850. 12

HARFORD (EMAN.), of Taunton, Somerset.
Practical discourses on several subjects.

Exon, 1725. 8

philosophica de loco. Pars sexta.

Ultrajecti, 1647. 4

St David's, Exeter. Brief notes on the Church
of Scotland, from 1555 to 1842. With a sum-
mary of her ecclesiastical government and dis-
cipline, bearing upon the present controversy.
Exeter, 1843. 8

Another copy.

- The object, importance, and antiquity of the
rite of consecration of churches : as shewn by
the holy Scriptures, the testimony of the Fa-
thers, the canons of the Church, foreign and
domestic, the decrees of Popes, legates, &c. ;
the practice of the English reformers, ritual-
ists, historians and other writers. With co-
pious illustrative notes ; and an appendix, con-
taining the consecration services of Bishop An-
drews and of Archbishop Laud, and the forms
of consecration adopted by the convocations of
1712 and 1715 ; &c. London, 1844. 8

HARLESS (G. C. ADOLPH). Die kritische Bear-
beitung des Lebens Jesu von Dr Dav. Friedr.
Strauss nach ihrem wissenschaf tlichen Werthe
beleuchiet von Dr G. C. A. H.

Erlangen, 1836. 8

- Christliche Ethik. Stuttgart, 1842. 8
Commentar liber den Brief Pauli an die Ephe-

sier. Zweite Auflage. Stuttgart, 1858. 8
HARLEY (ANDREW), Minister, Johnstone. Ser-
mons by the late Rev. A. H.

Glasgow, 1808. 12

HARLEY (Lady BRILLIANA). Letters of the
Lady B. H., wife of Sir Robert Harley, of

Brampton Bryan, Knight of the Bath. With
introduction and notes by Thomas Taylor
Lewes, A.M., vicar of Bridstow, Hereford-
shire. [Published by the Camden Society.]
London, 1854. 4*

HARLEY (EDWARD), Earl of Oxford. A. selec-
tion from the Harleian miscellany of tracts,
which principally regard the English history ;
of which many are referred to by Hume.

London, 1793. 4

HARLEY (Right Hon. ROBERT). * The reasons
which induc'd Her Majesty to create the Right
Hon. R. H., Esq. a peer of Great Britain.

Edin., 1711. 4

HARMER (THOMAS), Independent minister at Wa~
terfield, Suffolk. The outlines of a new com-
mentary on SOLOMON'S Song. 1768

Observations on various passages of Scripture,
placing them in a new light ; and ascertaining
the meaning of several, not determinable by
the methods commonly used by the learned ;
originally compiled by the Rev. T. H. from
relations incidentally mentioned in books of
voyages and travels into the East. 5th ed.,
with many important additions and correc-
tions. By Adam Clarke, LL.D. 4 vol.

London, 1816. 8

HARMONIA. Harmonia sacra. A selection of
sacred music ancient and modern in four parts.
New edition. Glasgow, s. a. 12

HARMONY. Harmony of the Gospels.

London, 1836. 12

HARPER (JAMES), D.D., Minister of the United
Presbyterian Church, Leith. Roman Catholic
endowment : a correspondence between the
Right Hon. the Lord Advocate and J. H.

Edin., 1857. 8

HARRINGTON (JAMES). The Oceana of J. H.,
and his other works... The whole collected, me-
thodiz'd, and review'd, with an exact account
of his life prefix'd, by John Toland.

London, 1700. fol.
HARRIS (ELIZA ANN). The broad road and the
narrow way : a brief memoir of E. A. H. By
the author of " The female Jesuit."

London, 1859. 8
HARRIS (GEORGE). * A letter to the Rev. G.
H. , containing an examination of the argu-
ments adduced in his lectures to prove the
non-existence of the Devil. [By James BARR.]
Liverpool, 1820. 8
HARRIS (JAMES). Miscellanies. [Containing
Treatises on art ; music, painting and poetry ;
and happiness. Hermes. Philosophical ar-
rangements. Philological inquiries.] 5 vol.

s. I. et a. 8

Hermes, or a philosophical inquiry concerning
universal grammar. 4th ed. London, 1786. 8

Seventh edition. London, 1825. 8
HARRIS (JAMES), 1st Earl of Malmesbury. Lord

Malmesbury's embassy. Official documents,
in the negociation at Lisle, presented to the
two houses of parliament, by order of his Ma-
jesty. Containing the whole state papers which
passed between the British and French pleni-
potentiaries, &c. Edin., 1797. 8




Diaries and correspondence of J. II. first Earl
of Malmesbury ; containing :m account of his
missions to the courts of Madrid, Frederick
the Great, Catherine the Second, and the
Hague ; and his special missions to Hi i-lin,
Brunswick, and the French republic. Edited
by his grandson, the third Earl. 4 vol.

London, 1844. 8

1 1 ARRIS (JOHN), D.D., Prebendary of Rochester.
Eight sermons preached at the Hon. Robert
BOYLE'S Lecture. 1739

HARRIS (JOHN), D.D., President of Cheshunt col-
lege. Britannia ; or, the moral claims of sea-
men stated and enforced. An essay, in three
parts. Third thousand. London, 1837. 8

The great teacher : characteristics of our Lord's
ministry. Fifth thousand.

London, 1837. 8

Mammon ; or, covetotisness the sin of the
Christian Church. Sixteenth thousand.

London, 1837. 8

Another edition. New York, s. a. 12~

The great commission : or, the Christian
Church constituted and charged to convey the
Gospel to the world. London, 1842. 8

Man primeval : or, the constitution and pri-
mitive condition of the human being. A con-
tribution to theological science.

London, 1849. 8

Another copy.

Patriarchy ; or, The family : its constitution
and probation. London, 1855. 8

The pre- Adamite earth : contributions to theo-
logical science. London, s. a. 8

Union : or, the divided Church made one.
Third thousand. London, s. a. 8

Posthumous works of J. H. Edited by the
Rev. Philip Smith, B.A. 2 vol.

London, 1857. 8

HARRIS (ROBERT), President of Trinity college,
Oxford. Peter's enlargement upon the prayers
of the Church. The sixt edition.

London, 1G29. 4

Abner's funerall, or, a sermon [on 2 Sam. 3.
38, 39] preached at the funerall of. . .Sir Thomas
Lucie. London, 1641. 4

Another copy.

Concio ad clerum 1. Oxonise jamdudum ha-
bita, 2. Dein posthabita, et repudiata, 3. Nunc
demum in lucem edita. Londini, 1641. 4

A sermon [on Luke, 18. 6, 7, 8] preached to
the Hon. House of Commons, May 25, 1642. . .
at a publike fast. London, 1642. 4

True religion in the old way of piety and cha-
rity. Delivered in a sermon [on Acts, x. 31]
to the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen of
this city of London, at their anniversary meet-
ing on Munday (commonly called Easter-Mun-
day) at the Spittle, 1645. London, 1645. 4

HARRIS (SAMUEL), D.D., Professor of modern
history in the university of Cambridge. A com-
mentary on the fifty- third chapter of Isaiah.
With three dissertations : I. On a gnozer, or
advocate. II. On a dour or generation, &c.
III. Of the ancient method of propounding
important points, by way of question. To

which is added, an appendix of eighty-nine
queries, concerning divers ancient religious
traditions an-1 . and the sense of many

texts of Scripture, which seem to allude to, or
express them. London, 1735. 4

Second edition. A"/.-/../,. 17:;'.). 4

ter, Massachusetts. A dictionary of the natural
history of the Bible ; or, a description of all
the quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, and in-
sects, trees, plants, flowers, gums, and pre-
cious stones, mentioned in the sacred Scrip-
tures. Collected from the best authorities,
and alphabetically arranged. A new edition.
London, 1833. 12

Another copy.

HARRIS (THOMAS), M.A. Legal prefigurations
asserted and vindicated. A discourse concern-
ing *yP es in the law, and the application of
them in the Gospel. London, 1727. 8

HARRIS (WILLIAM), D.D. Practical discourses
on the principal representations of the Messiah
throughout the Old Testament.

London, 1724. 8 C

; A discourse [on Luke, xxii. 19, 20] concerning
transubstantiation : in which the words of the
institution of the Lord's Supper are particu-
larly considered. Preached at Salters-Hall
Feb. 13, 1734-5. 2d ed. London, 1735. 8

Funeral discourses, in two parts ; containing,

I. Consolations on the death of our friends.

II. Preparations for our own death.

London, 1736. 8

HARRIS (WILLIAM), D.D. An historical and
critical account of the lives and writings of
James I. and Charles I. , and of the lives of
Oliver Cromwell and Charles II., after the
manner of Bayle. From original writers and
state papers. A new edition, with a life of the
author. 5 vol. London, 1814. 8


I.C.S. The highlands of ^Ethiopia. 3 vol.

London, 1844. 8

| HARRISON (BENJAMIN), M.A., Archdeacon of
Maidstone. An historical inquiry into the true
interpretation of the rubrics in the Book of
Common Prayer, respecting the sermon and
the communion service. London, 1845. 8
j HARRISON (DAVID). The melancholy narrative
of the distressful voyage and miraculous deli-
verance of Capt. D. H.... Written by himself.
London, 1766. 8

tions on the contamination of water by the
poison of lead ; and its effect on the human
body ; together with remarks on some other
modes in which lead may be injurious in do-
mestic life. London, 1852. 12

HARRISON (JOHN), D.D. A thanksgiving ser-
mon [on 2 Sam. xviii. 28] for discovery of the
late phanatick plot, Sept. 9, 1683.

London, 1683. 4

HARRISON (THOMAS), D.D. , Minister ofSt Dun-
Stan's in the East. Topica sacra : or, spiritual
logick : being brief hints and helps to faith,
meditation, prayer, comfort, and holiness.



Commnnicated at Christ-church, Dublin. En-
larged with spiritual pleadings in above thirty
cases. By Mr John HUNTER, minister of the
Gospel at Ayre. Aberdeen, 1770. 12

Another edition. Aberdeen, 1771. 12


HARSNET (ADAM), B.D., Minister at Cranham,
Essex. A touchstone of grace. Discovering
the differences betweene true and counterfeit
grace : laying dowiie infallible evidences and
markes of true grace : serving for the triall of
a man's spiritual estate. By A. H.

London, 1630. 12

- God's summons unto a generall repentance.
Wherein is discovered the folly and danger of
putting off and delaying of repentance untill
sicknesse, or old age. And also, the necessitie
of daily repentance. London, 1640. 12

HART (BARTLEY). The darkness of superstition
receding before the light of revelation. An
authentic narrative of the recent conversion of
twelve Roman Catholics, named Hart, in Con-
naught, through reading the Irish Testament.
By a clergyman of the Established Church in
Ireland. London, s. a. 12

HART (HUGH), V.D.M., Aberdeen. A diversity
of theological subjects scripturally stated, il-
lustrated, and defended... To which is sub join-
ed an outline and a defence of consultative
Presbyterian Church-government.

Aberdeen, 1830. 8

HART (JOHN). The summe of the conference
betweene John RAINOLDES and J. H. : touch-
ing the head and the faith of the Church.
Penned by John Rainoldes, peiused by J. H.,
and allowed for the faithfull report of that
which past in conference between them. 1609

HART (RICHARD), A.M. Dr Gill's reasons for
separating from the Church of England, calmly
considered, in a letter to a friend.

Bristol, 1801. 8

HART (RICHARD), B.A., Rector of Cation. Ec-
clesiastical records of England, Ireland, and
Scotland, from the fifth century to the Refor-
mation : being an epitome of British councils,
the legatine and provincial constitutions, and
other memorials of the olden time, with prole-
gomena and notes. Cambridge, 1836. 8 s

- Second edition. Cambridge, 1846. 8
HARTLEY (DAVID), M.A. Observations on

man, his frame, his duty, and his expectations.
In two parts. . .Reprinted from the author's edi-
tion in 1749. To which are now added, notes
and illustrations to the second part ; trans-
lated from the German of the Rev. Herman
Andrew Pistorius, rector of Poseritz in the
island of Rugen. Also a sketch of the life
and character... of the author.

London, 1791. 4

- Another edition. 3 vol. London, 1791. 8
HARTLEY (JOHN), M.A., Missionary in the Me-

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