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1 KIRBY, John. The Suffolk Travelet Walliæ Prospectus. Lond. 1719'), with ler. The Second Edition, with many title, description of the plates, table and
"| Alterations and large Additions, by an historical account of the cathedrals, &c, 18 printed leaves. Tome iv. contains several Hands. Lond. 1764. 8vo. 85 plates with title, description of the Marquis of Townshend, 1648, 11. 2s. plates, and table, 8 printed leaves. Tome | Heath, 4626, 17s, Hibbert, 4426, 6s. V. Supplement, contains H. Winstanley's LARGE PAPER. Lloyd, 706, 16s. Baker, Audley-ende, the Eddystone Light House, 737, russia, 21. 2s. Towneley, pt. ii. 561, and other additional plates, 1728. FIRST 11. 16s. Dent, pt. i. 1229, 11. 2s. DowdesEDITION, 1709, folio, 4 vols. Beckford in well, 367, uncut, 11. 8s. Collation.-Pp. 1817, 302, with all the rare prints added 340, besides title-page, one leaf, list of from the subsequent editions, 301. Wil- subscribers, 14 pages, a map of Suffolk lett, sold as LARGE PAPER, but qy. 1709– at p. i. and four plans at pp. 61, 155, 199, 24, 301.98.-1716, folio, 4 vols. Edwards, 211. 622, morocco, 181. 7s. 6d. Knight, 5 vols. The Suffolk Traveller. Ipswich. 1735. 1715-1723, with the Audley-ende, Eddy
8vo. Nassau, pt. i. 1850, 6s. Collation.stone Light House, and other additional Pp. 206. besides title, dedication, and erplates. Dutch calf, 351.
rata. The plans and prospects of Audley-ende, Supplement by Page. Lond. 1844, roy. twenty-five in number, were engraved in Svo. ii. 15s. 1676. The copper-plates were, it is said, sold to a brazier in Cambridge as old John. Angler's Museum. copper, and destroyed. Dr. Mead's set | 11784. 12mo. 4s. was sold for 501. through the mistake of a
With a portrait of Kirby by T, Cook. person employed to bid for it. See WINSTANLEY, Henry.
- Joshua, F.R.S. Twelve Prints Britannia illustrata, or Views of several of Monasteries. Castles. antient of the Queens Palaces as also of the prin-1 cipal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Churches and Monuments in the Great Britain, curiously engraven on 80 copper-plates. Lond. sold by David Mor- / Wood 1748. folio. tier, 1707, Imp. folio. Sotheby's in 1824, 11.9s. Fonthill, 1141, 21. 43. LARGE PAPER.
Dent, pt. ii. 320, 11. 10s. Duke of York, 2701, 31. 3s.
An historical Account of the twelve
Collation.Title and table, two leaves; a second |
Prints of Monasteries, Castles, antient
Churches and Monuments in the County title-page 'Nouveau Theatre de la Grande
of Suffolk. Ipswich, 1748, 8vo. Baker, Bretagne, Lond. 1708,' one leaf; description des palais, &c. 4 leaves; table alpha
| 734, 8s. Collation.-Pp. 40, with the title betique, one leaf.
and preface, also 6 plates at pp. 12, 18, 20, Volumes of Kip's Views are often found
22, 23, 25. composed of different contents.
The Perspective of Architecture, in two See HARRISON, Stephen.
Parts, Lond. 1761, imperial folio, 2 vols.
Dr. Brook Taylor, and performed by two Articles of the Church of England
rules only, of universal application. proved not to be Calvinistic. Camb. Printed at the expense of King Geo. III. 1802, 8vo.
Brook Taylor's Method of Perspective Dr. K. wrote other pamphlets, and made easy both in Theory and Practice, edited the Codex Bezæ. See EVANGELIA, in two Books, by J. Kirby. Lond. 1768, p. 764.
third edition, folio, 2 vols. in 1. KIPPIS, Andrew, D.D. Sermons |
Description of the Architectonic Sector,
by which any part of Architecture may (16) on practical Subjects. Lond. be drawn with facility and exactness. 1791. 8vo. 5s.
Lond. 1761, imp. fol. 25 plates.-Lond. 1768, This eminent dissenting divine and imp. folio. biographer published a great variety of | -- Richard. The Marrow of works, was a great contributor to the periodical publications of the day, and edited | Astrology. Lond. 1687. 4to. 6s. Biographia Britannica, the early volumes Vates astrologicus, or England's astroloof the New Annual Register, &c. gical Prophet. 1683, 4to. Constable, 531, KIRANI. The Magick of Kirani, | 3s. 6d..
Catastrophe Galliæ et Hiberniæ RestiKing of Persia ; and of Harpocra
tutio. An impartial Judgement denoting tion. Lond. 1685. 8vo.
the Destruction of Ireland. Lond. 1690, Roxburghe, 1765, 3s. 6d.
KIRBY,R.S. Wonderful Museum.KIRK, (P.) Logomachia, or the See WONDERFUL.
Conquest of Eloquence, from Ovid. - Rev. William. An Intro- Lond. 1690, small 8vo. duction to Entomology: or, Elements of the Natural History of
- Rev. R. A Secret CommonInsects. With a Scientific Index. wealth, or a Treatise on the Invi. By the Rev. Wm. Kirby and
sible People going under the Name Wm. Spence, Esq. Lond. 1826.
of Elves, Faunes, and Fairies. 1691. 8vo. 4 vols. first edition of the 4
ism.4to.- New edition, Edinb. 1815. vols. together, coloured plates, and
sm. 4to, 100 copies reprinted. portraits of the authors.-Again,
Edited by R. Jamieson. 1828, 31. 18s.
- T. See HAMILTON, p. 989, A very superior work, both in plan and col 1 execution, beginning with interesting, amusing, and accurate narratives, inter-1 KIRKBY, John. The Capacity mixed with occasional theories and spe-l and extent of the Human Underculations. It has been translated into German by Professor Oken.
standing ; exemplified in the exThe first and second volumes (or Intro-traordinary Case of Automathes, ductory portion), issued in 1815-16; the.
e a young Nobleman, who was accithird and fourth for Technical part), together, in 1826; fifth edition, 4 vols. 1828 ;
Is. 1828 :/ dentally left in his Infancy upon a sixth edit, of vols.1 and 2, 1843, 11. 11s. 60.; seventh edition of vols. 1 and 2 compressed into one vol. post 8vo. with an Appendix on the Origin and Progress of the work, rate from all human Society. Lond. Lond. 1856, 5s. Again, 1858, 5s.
1745, 12mo. History, Habits, and Instinct of Ani- A philosophical fiction in some little mals (Bridgewater Treatise). Lond. 1835, l estimation. An account of the author demy 8vo. 2 vols. 11. 11s. 60.- New edi.
will be found in Gibbon's Miscellaneous tion. revised by Prof. Rymer Jones, Lond. Works. 1796, i. 20, and a notice of the Bohn, 1853, post Svo. 2 vols. 108.
work is in the Retrosp. Review, x, 78-88. Sermons on our Lord's Temptation.
| English and Latin Grammar. Lond. Lond. 8vo. 7s.6d.
1746. This grammar is executed with Monographia Apum Angliæ; or, an
accuracy and skill, and I know not whether Attempt to divide into their natural Ge
any better existed at the time in our nera and Families such Species of the Linnean Genus Apis as have been dis
| language.'- Gibbon.
Arithmetical Institutions. Lond. 1735, covered in England : with Descriptions
4to. and Observations. To which are prefixed some introductory Remarks upon the Doctrine of Ultimators. Lond. 1748, Class Hymenoptera, and a synoptical | 4to. Table of the Nomenclature of the external Parts of these Insects. Ipswich, 1802, KIRKE, John. The seven Cham8vo. 2 vols. with 18 plates, four of which pions of Christendome, a Play, are coloured, 11. 1s. Hibbert, 1427, 19s.lacted at the Cock-pit and the Red There are copies on LARGE PAPER.
Life and Letters by the Rev. John Bull, and never printed till this Freeman, M.A. Lond. 8vo. 1852, port. 15s. Yeare 1638. Lond. 1638. 4to. See ENTOMOLOGICAL and ZOOLOGICAL
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11. 7s. Heber, pt. i. 4s. 6d. KIRBYE, George. The first Set KIRKE WHITE. See WHITE. of English Madrigalls, for four, five!
1 KIRKHAM, Charles. Philanglus and six Voyces. Lond. by Tho
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KIRKMAN, Francis. The Wits, Murder of Archb. Sharp, by James or Sport upon Sport: being a cu- Russell, an Actor therein. (edited rious Collection of several Drolls by C. K. Sharpe). Edinb. 1817, and Farces. 8vo. 1670-72.
4to. 18s. port. and plates. Two parts, with a frontispiece. A A valuable work, with interesting and wretchedly printed work, always found curious illustrations by the editor. in sorry condition. The second part Brockett, 1819, 68. 6d. Hibbert, 4530, 9s. was written by Robert Cox.-1670. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii: 154. pt. i. with front. I KIRWAN, Richard, LL.D. Elemorocco, 12. 158.-1670, 8vo. Roxburghe, ments of Mineralogy. The third 4005. pt. i. 138.--1672, 8vo. Field, 267, | Edition. Lond. 1810. 8vo. 2 vols. 2 pts. with front. 11. 12s. Nassau, pt. i.
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| An Essay on the Analysis of Mineral 1661, 4to. A dramatic satire.
Waters, Lond. 1799, 8vo. 58. The merry conceited Humours of Bot
| Geological Essays. Lond. 1799, 8vo. 6s. tom the Weaver ; a Play by F. Kirkman (These Essays first appeared in the Transand H. Marsh. Lond. 1661, 4to. (printed actions of the Royal Irish Academy.) in Sport upon Sport.)
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A vile publication. Church of Scotland from the Reo KITCHINER, William, M,D. The storation to the Year 1678. To Cook's Oracle. Lond. 1821, 12mo. which is added, an Account of the
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