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[Loire's (Peter de)] Treatise of Specters or Straunge Sights, Visions, and Apparitions, appearing sensibly unto Men; wherein is delivered the Nature of Spirits, Angels, and Divels, their Power and Properties; as also of Witches, Sorcerers, Enchanters, and such like. Newly done out of French [by Zacharie Jones]. 4to. London, 1605. Richard (l'Abbé), Théorie des Songes. 12mo. Paris, 1766. Scot's (Reg.) Discovery of Witchcraft; proving the Compacts of Witches with Devils, &c. are but erroneous Novelties and imaginary Conceptions; to which is added, a Discourse of the Nature and Substance of Devils and Spirits. Folio. London, 1665.
"The damnable opinions of Scot."-James the First's Dæmonologie. Evelyn (John) on Physiognomy. (On Medals.)
Lavater's (John Caspar) Essays on Physiognomy, translated by Thomas Hunter, and illustrated by more than 800 Engravings, executed by or under the direction of Thomas Holloway; [with prefatory Advertisement by H. Fuseli.] 3 vols. in 5, imperial 4to. London, 1789-98. Schimmelpennick's (Mary-Anne) Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity, and their Correspondence with Physiognomic Expression exemplified. 4to. London, 1815.
Spurzheim's (J. G.) Physiognomical System of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim, founded on the Anatomical and Physiological Examination of the Nervous System, and of the Brain in particular. Royal 8vo. Lond.
Miltoni (Jo.) Artis Logica plenior Institutio, ad P. Rami Methodum concinnata; adjecta est Praxis analytica et P. Rami Vita. (Prose Works, Vol. II. 4to., and VI. 8vo.)
Watts's (Isaac) Logick; or, the right Use of Reason in the Inquiry after Truth. 8vo. London, 1790.
Wilson's (Sir Thos.) Rule of Reason, conteining the Arte of Logique, set forth in English. Small 8vo. black letter. London, by Richard Grafton, 1552.
Aristotelis Ethica. (Opera.)
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Cicero de Officiis, de Amicitiâ, &c. (Opera.) Cornewallys's, the younger, (Sir Wm.) Essayes. Both parts in one vol. small 8vo. London, 1606.
Epicteti Enchiridion. (Classics.)
Evelyn's (John) Public Employment, and an Active Life with all its Appendages, such as Fame, Command, Riches, &c. preferred to Solitude. (Misc. Works.)
Flecknoe's (Richard) Characters, made at several times and on several occasions. Small 8vo. London, printed 1673.
Gisborne's (Thomas) Enquiry into the Duties of Men in the higher and middle Classes of Society of Great Britain. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1795.
Gisborne's (T.) Enquiry into the Duties of the Female Sex. 8vo. Lond. 1798.
Hall's (John) Horæ Vaciva; or Essays, and some Occasionall Considerations. 12mo. portrait by Marshall. London, 1646.
Hume's (David) Essays and Treatises on Moral Subjects. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1809.
Hurd's (Bp.) Moral and Political Dialogues. (Works, Vols. III. & IV.) Mothe le Vayer (F. de la) on Liberty and Servitude, translated by John Evelyn. (Evelyn's Misc. Works.)
Paley's (Wm.) Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1809.
Platonis Republica. (Opera.)
Ralegh (Sir W.) on the Original and Fundamental Cause of natural, arbitrary, necessary, and unnatural War. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
Sady (the Pundnameh of), a Compendium of Ethics, Persian and English. (Gladwin's Persian Moonshee.]
Seneca de Irâ, de Clementiâ. (Opera.)
Shaftesbury's (Earl of) Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, and
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Temple's (Sir W.) Essays on Heroic Virtue, Excesses of Grief, and on the different Conditions of Life. (Works, Vol. III.)
Valerii Maximi Dictorum Memorabilium Libri IX. (Classics.)
Witherspoon's (John) Lectures on Moral Philosophy. (Works, Vol. VII.) Witherspoon's (J.) Letters on Marriage. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
Argyle's (Archibald, Marquess of) Instructions to a Son; with Maxims of State. Small 8vo, port. London, 1661.
Ascham's (Roger) Schoolmaster. (Works.)
Chapone's (Mrs.) Letters on the Improvement of the Mind; with Life of the Author: 12mo. London, 1815.
Chrysostom's (St. John) Golden Book, concerning the Education of Children, translated out of the Greek by John Evelyn. (Evelyn's Miscellaneous Works.) Edgeworth's (R. L.) Essays on Professional Education. 4to. London,
Edgeworth's (Maria and R. L.) Practical Education. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1798.
James I.- A Prince's Looking-glass; or, a Prince's Directions; containing sundrie Precepts and Instructions, out of that most Christian and vertuous ΒΑΣΙΛΙΚΟΝ ΔΩΡΟΝ, or his Majestie's Instructions to his dearest Sonne Henrie, translated into Latin and English Verse, (his Majestie's consent and approbation being first had and obtained thereunto) for the more delight and pleasure of the said Prince, now in his younger yeares, by William Willymat. 4to, port. of James by J. Meyssens, and of P. Henry inserted. Cambridge, printed by John Legat, 1603.
Jones' (W.), of Nayland, Letters from a Tutor to his Pupils. (Works, Vol. V.)
[Kames' (Henry Home, Lord)] Loose Hints upon Education, chiefly concerning the Culture of the Heart. 8vo. Edin. 1782.
Knox's (Vicesimus) Liberal Education; or, a Practical Treatise on the Methods of acquiring Useful and Polite Learning. (Works, Vols. III. and IV.)
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Knox's (V.) Remarks on Grammar Schools.
Locke's (J.) Thoughts concerning Education. (Works, Vol. IX.)
More's (H.) Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1799.
More's (H.) Hints towards forming the Character of a Young Princess.
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Quarterly Journal of Education.
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Ralegh's (Sir W.) Instructions to his Son and to Posterity. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
Witherspoon's (John) Letters on Education. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
Politics. See also Jurisprudence, Sect. I.
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Cunninghame's (W.) Principles of the Constitution of Governments; with Illustrations from the Classics. 8vo. Lond. 1813.
De Brosses, Discours Politiques sur le Gouvernement des Romains. (Salluste.)
Douglas (James) on the Advancement of Society in Knowledge and Religion. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1825.
Falconer (W.) on the Influence of Climate, Situation, Nature of Food, and Way of Life, on the Dispositions and Temper, Manners and Behaviour, Intellect, Laws and Customs, Forms of Government, and Religion, of Mankind. 4to. Lond. 1781.
Franklin's (B.) Political and Commercial Pieces. (Works, Vol. VI.) Hall's (Robt.) Political Tracts. (Works, Vol. III.)
Harrington's (James) System of Politics delineated. (Works.) Harrington's (J.) Prerogative of Popular Governments. (Works.) Harrington's (J.) True Forme, and Seven Models, of a Popular Commonwealth; the Rota; or, a Model of a Free State or Equal Commonwealth. (Works.)
Harrington's (J.) Commonwealth of Oceana, and Letters on it with Dr. Ferne. (Works.)
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Jones' (Sir W.) Principles of Government. (Works, Vol. IV.)
Leckie's (Gould Fr.) Historical Research into the Nature of the Balance of Power in Europe; with an attempt to establish clear and distinct Ideas on the subject. 8vo. London, 1817.
Locke (John) on Civil Government. (Works.)
Millar's (John) Origin of the Distinction of Ranks; or, an Inquiry into the Circumstances which gave rise to Influence and Authority in the different Members of Society; with Life of the Author by John Craig. 8vo. Edin. 1806.
More (Thom.) de Optimo Reipublicæ Statu, deque Novâ Insulâ Utopiâ ;
ex prioribus edit. collatis accuratè expressus. Small 8vo. Glasguæ, excud. R. and A. Foulis, 1750.
More (Sir T.), a most pleasant, fruitful, and witty Work, of the best State of a Public Weal, and of the new Isle of Utopia, written in Latin by Sir T. More, and translated into English by Raphe Robinson; a new edition, with Notes and Introduction by T. F. Dibdin. Large paper, 4to. London, 1808.
More's (Sir T.) Utopia, translated by Cayley. (Life of More.)
Milton's (John) present Means and brief Delineation of a Free Commonwealth; the ready and easy Way to establish a Free Commonwealth. (Prose Works, 4to. Vol. I.; 8vo. Vol. III.)
Ralegh's (Sir W.) Maxims of State.
Ralegh's (Sir W.) Cabinet Council; containing the chief Arts of Empire and Mysteries of State, discabineted in political and polemical Aphorisms, grounded on authority and experience; and illustrated with the choicest examples and historical observations. Published by John Milton. (Works.)
Southey's (Robert) Sir Thomas More; or,
Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of Society. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1831. Reynard the Fox; a political Satire to represent a wise Government. (Romances.)
Temple (Sir W.) on the Original and Nature of Governments. (Works, Vol. I.)
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Finetti Philoxenis; some choice Observations of Sir John Finett, Knt., and Master of the Ceremonies to James I. and Charles I., touching the Reception and Precedence, the Treatment and Audience, the Puntillios and Contests of forren Ambassadors in England; [with Preface by James Howell.] Small 8vo. London, 1656.
This also forms a narrative of the Embassies to England, from the marriage of the Queen of Bohemia to 1627.
Sydney's (Algernon) Discourses concerning Government; with his Letters, Trial, Apology, and some Memoirs of his Life [by T. Hollis]. 4to. London, 1763.
Campbell's (John) Political Survey of Britain; intended to shew that we have not as yet approached near the summit of improvement, but that it will afford employment to many generations before they push to the uttermost extent the Natural Advantages of Great Britain. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1774.
Chalmer's (Thomas) Political Economy, in connexion with the Moral State and Prospects of Society. 8vo. Glasgow, 1832.
Colquhoun's (P.) Treatise on the Wealth, Power, and Resources of the British Empire in every Quarter of the World; with the Rise and Progress of the Funding System explained. 4to. London, 1814. Ganilh, des Systèmes d'Economie Politique, de la Valeur comparative
de leurs Doctrines, et de celle qui paraît la plus favorable au Progrès de la Richesse; avec des Additions relatives aux Controverses récentes de Malthus, Buchanan, et Ricardo. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1823.
Ganilh, Théorie de l'Economie Politique. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1822. Hamilton's (Robert) Progress of Society, as regards Human Welfare, Industry, Capital, Money, Rent, Tithes, Distribution, and Equalisation of Wealth, Property, Education, Commerce, Population, &c. 8vo. London, 1828.
Hume (David) on Commerce, Money, Interest, Trade, Taxes, and Public Credit. (Essays, Vol. I.)
[Marcet's (Mrs.)] Conversations on Political Economy; in which the Elements of that Science are familiarly explained. 12mo. London,
Ricardo (David) on the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation. 8vo. London, 1821.
Say (J. Baptiste), Cours complet d'Economie Politique pratique. 6 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1828–30.
Say's (J. B.) Political Economy; or, the Production, Distribution, and Consumption of Wealth, translated from the 4th edition, with Notes, by C. R. Prinsep. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1821.