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to his works, Lond. 1800; will be found Junius and his Works, compared with with these names. Lord Campbell, in his

matter respecting Junius as connected the Character and Writings of Philip Lives of the Chancellors, vol. 6, favours Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield. the claim of Sir Philip Francis. By William Cramp. Lewes, 1850--also Lond. 1851, 8vo.

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peared in the Edinburgh, Quarterly, and Some new facts, and a suggested new North British Reviews, the Athenæum, theory as to the Authorship of the Letters Notes and Queries, &c. Also in the followof Junius. By Sir Fortunatus Dwarris, ing American Journals: North American Knt. Privately printed. (1850.] 8vo. (In Review, vol. 29 [by G. Cheever,] vol. 34 favour of Sir Philip Francis.]

[by Darid Lee Child.]-American Monthly Facsimile Autograph Letters of Junius, Review, vol. 1.- New English Magazine, Lord Chesterfield, and Mrs. C. Dayrolles. vol. 1.-American Whig Review, vol. 13. Showing that the wife of Mr. Solomon - Southern Review, vol. 7; Christian Dayrolles was the amanuensis employed Examiner, vol. 10, [by Henry Ware, Jun.] &c. With a postscript to the first Essay The American gentleman who has comon Junius and his Works. By William municated these references, adds: “Though

some of the Letters of Junins were reCramp. Lond. 1851, 8vo.

printed in the American (at least the Essay on the Authenticity of the four Boston) newspapers of the time, no conjecLetters of Atticus. By W. Cramp. Lond. ture as to their authorship has been 1851, 8vo.

ventured there; and it is perhaps more The Ghost of Junius: or the Author- remarkable, that there is no allusion to ship of the celebrated Letters,' deduced, Junius in any of the published writings &c. By Francis Ayerst. Lond. 1853, 8vo. of Benjamin Franklin, although he was [In favour of Lt. Gen. Sir R. Rich.]

in London during the whole period.' Junius Discovered. [Governor Pownall.] JURA ECCLESIASTICA ; or, the By Fred. Griffin. Boston, U. S. 1854, sm. present Practice in Ecelesiastical 8vo.

Courts. Lond. 1742 or 1749. 8vo. Junius Lord Chatham; a biography, setting forth the condition of English 2 vols. 7s. 6d. politics preceding, and contemporary with JURDAIN, Ignatius, (Alderman of · the Revolutionary Junian period, &c. By Exeter, temp. Charles I.), Life and author had previously sketched his theory Death, drawn up by the Rev. F. in the Dublin University Magazine, vol. Nicholls. Lond. 1655, 12mo. 7s.6d. xl. p. 20.

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JURIEU, Peter. A critical HisJunius. 8vo. Lond. no date. Selection of Aphorisms. By Fisher.

tory of the Doctrines and Practices William Burke, the Author of Junius: of the Church, from Adam to our an Essay on his Era, by Jellinger Cookson Saviour. Translated by J. C. Lond. Symons. Lond. 1859, post 8vo. 38. 60. 1705. 8vo. 2 vols. 10s. 6d.

Other writers have adopted the signa A very curious work, containing Jewish ture of Junius. The original author ceased and Pagan antiquities; explanations of to write under that signature after the the rites of the true religion, and of the spring, 1772.

idolatries and corruptions of the false, and In vol. iii. of the Grenville Correspon- numerous illustrations of the facts and dence, pp. xiii. ccxxviii., edited by W.J. opinions recorded in the Hebrew, Grecian, Smith (librarian at Stowe), Lond. 1852, and Latin Literature, 8vo. 4 vols., is a discussion on the authen The History of the Council of Trent. ticity of Junius's Letters, with specimens Lond. 1684, 8vo. of the hand-writing of Richard Grenville, The Accomplishment of the Scripture Lord Temple and others, assuming Lord Prophecies, or the approaching DeliverTemple to be Junius.

ance of the Church. In two parts. With In Galt's Life of West, pp. 57-69, he

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ary, an Opera. Auchinleck, (priReflexions on the Extasies of Isabel vately printed by Sir Alex. Boswell), Vincent. Lond. 1689, 4to.

1816, 4to. Pastoral Letters; with an Account of

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uerdale, Lond. by Hugh SingleThis tract, which, according to the Rev. H. J. Todd, contains many energetic sen

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Lond. by Thomas Berthelet, 16mo. JUS PRIMATIALE. 1672. See JUSTIN. Justinus de Historiis PLUNKET, Oliver.

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