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Belisarius, a Roman General; b. in Thrace, about 500. d. 565.

1 Life of Belisarius. Sec STANHOPE, P. H.

Belknap, Bet: Jeremy, D.D., of Boston, Mass.; b. 1744. d. 1798.

2 American Biography . . . Vol. 1,2. • * * ...

Boston, 1794/98. 8° (5.7X3.1). [2 copies.]

3 Answers to Judge Tucker's Queries respecting Slavery in Massachusetts. Flee Mass. Hist. Society. (Collections, 1st Ser., vol. 4.)

4 Discourse (A), intended to commemorate the Discovery of America by Christ. Columbus; delivered at the Request of the Historical Society in Massachusetts, Oct. 23, 1792 . . . four Dissertations, connected with various Parts of the Discourse ... * * *

Boston, 1792. 8° (5.6X3). [2 copies.]

5 Dissertations on the Character, Death & Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the Evidence of His Gospel; with Remarks on . . . [Paine's] "Age of Reason ". Boston, 1795. 12° (5.4 X 3).

6 Election Sermon, Portsmouth, N.H., June 2, 1785. • • •

Portsmouth, 1785. 8°, pp. 48.

7 History (The) of New-Hampshire. Vol. 1-3. . . . Illustrated by a Map.' Vol. 1, Philadelphia! 2, 3, Boston, 1784, '91/92. 8° (5.8X2.9). [2 copies.]

Note. — Vol. 1, 2, are historical. Vol. 3 relates to climate, soil, productions, &c.

8 Jesus Christ the only Foundation. A Sermon on I. Corinthians, iii. 11. 2d ed. Boston, 1792. 8°, pp. 31.

9 National Fast Sermon, May 9,1798. Boston, 1782. 8°, pp. 29.

10 Sermon (A) on Military Duty, preached at Dover, N.H., Nov. 10, 1772 ... at a Review ... * * * Salem, 1773. 8°, pp. 27. [2 copies.]

'1 Sermon (A), preached at the Installation of Rev. Jed. Morse ... in Charlestown, April 30, 1789. [Ch. by J. Jackson; B. H. by I). Osgood.'] Boston, 1789. 8°, pp. 32.

12 Two Sermons, delivered April 27, 1788, on the Institution and Observation of the Sabbath. • • * Boston, 1801. 8°, p. 38.

13 Sketch of Belknap, &c. See Mass. Hist. Society. (Coll., 1st Ser., vol. 6.) Bei.l, Archibald, Esq.

l* Inquiry (An) into the Policy and Justice of the Prohibition of the Use of Grain in the Distilleries . . . Edinburgh, 1808. 8° (6.1X3.6).

Bell, Sir Charles, Prof, of Surgery, Univ. of Edinburgh; b. 1778. d. 1842.

15 Animal Mechanics. Illy Sir C. Bell.] (libr. of Useful Knowledge. Nat. Phil., vol. 4.) [London, 1828-'29.] 8°, pp. 63.

16 Hand (The) its Mechanism and vital Endowments as evincing Design.

London, 1834. 8° (6X3.5).

Notk. — Also with half-title, —"The Bridgwater Treatises . . . Treatise IV. . . . Third edition."

Annotator, &c. See Paley, W. Natural Theology. Bell, Capt. Henrie, of Norfolk, Eng.

Translator. See Luther, M. Colloquia Mensalia. Bell, Henry Glassford, of Lanarkshire, Scotland.

17 Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. . . . Vol. 1, 2. [Portrait.] (Harper's Fam. Libr., No. 21, 22.) New York, 1831. 18° (4.5X2.7). Bell, John.

I Bell's New Pantheon; or, Historical Dictionary of the Gods, DemiGods, Heroes, and fabulous Personages of Antiquity: &c. . . . Vol. 1.2. [Plates.] London, 1790. 4° (9.4X7.2), 2 cols.

Note. — The two volumes are bound together.

Bell, Luther V., M.D., I.L.D.; b. at Chester, N.H., 1806.

3 Practical Methods (The) of ventilating Buildings . . . With an Appendix, on heating by Steam and Hot Water. [Engraving and Plates.] Boston, 1848. 8° (6X3.5).

Bill, William, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster; b. 1731. d. 1816.

3 Attempt (An) to ascertain and illustrate the Authority, Nature, and Design of . . . The Communion and the Lord's Supper.

London, 1780. 8° (6X3.4). * Attempt (An) to ascertain and illustrate the Authority, &c. of . . . The Communion and the Lord's Supper. Boston, 1809. 8° (6.4X3.6).

NoTR. — Forms No. 2 of " Fol'R Theol. Tracts and has half-title to correspond.

5 Practical Enquiry (A) into the Authority, 61c. of the Lord's Supper . . .

Cambridge, 1800. 12° (5X2.8), pp. 33. Bellamy, Her. Joseph, D.D., of Bethlem, Conn.; b. 1713. d. 1790.

6 Works. ... Vol.1-3. New York, 1811-'12. 8° (6.7X3.6).

7 Works. With a Memoir of his Life and Character. . . . Vol. 1, 2.

Boston, 1853. 8° (6.7X4).

8 Attempt (An) to point out the fatal and pernicious Consequences of Mr. Bellamy's Doctrines respecting Moral Evil. * * *

Boston, 1759. 8°, pp. 31. Bellarmts, Robert, Cardinal, an Italian Jesuit; b. 1542. rf. 1621.

5 Disputationes de Controversiis Christiana; Fidei, adversvs . . . Ha?reticos, tribus Tomis comprehensa?. [19 pagings.']

Ingolstadii, 1592, '89, '93. 8° (5.1 X3).

Note. — Bound in nine volumes. Numerous half-titles.

10 Ouranography: or Heaven opened. The Substance of Cardinal Bcllar

mine's five Books concerning the eternal Felicity of the Saints . . .

. . . Made English; with some few Variations. By B. Jenks. . . .

• • • London,'l710. 12° (5X2.9).

BELLZNGFJt, Francois, VAbbe, of Sorbonne, France; d. 1749, cet. 61.

Translator. 8eeViXTXK.cn. Vies, etc. Tom. 11.
Bellows, Ber. Henry W'hitney, D.D., of New-York City; b. 1814.

II Some of the Points of Difference between Unitarian and Orthodox
Christian. Printed for the Amer. Unit. Assoc. (Tracts, 1st Ser.,
Xo. 200.) Boston, 1844. 12°, pp. 24.

12 Testimony of Four Witnesses to the Divine Goodness. Printed for the Amer. Unit. Assoc. (Tracts, 1st Ser., No. 214.) Boston, 1845. 12°, pp. 19.

Beloe, Per. William, of London, Eng.; b. 1756. d. 1817.

Translator, and Annotator. See Herodotus. History. Belshaji, Per. Thomas, of London, Eng.; b. 1750. d. 1829.

13 Letters to William Wilberforce, Esq. on the Doctrine of Hereditary Depravity. By ... [T. Belsham]. 2d ed. . . . • • • (uniTarian Tracts, vol. 7.) London, 1806. 12° (5.4X3.2).

Son. —This U a review of Wilberforce's treatise, — " A practical View," Sic.

Belsham, Rev. Thomas, continued.

1 Sermon (A), occasioned by the death of Rev. T. Lindsey, preached . . . Nov. 13, 1808 . . . [with] a brief biographical Memoir. • • •

London, 1808. 12° (5.7X3.1), pp. 56.

2 Summary View (A) of the Evidence and practical Importance of the Christian Revelation ... * * * London, 1807. 8° (5.8 irr.X3.3).

3 Vindication (A) of certain Passages in a Discourse, on Occasion of the Death of Dr. Priestley, &c. . . . [With] the Discourse on the Death of Dr. Priestley .. . Boston, 1809. 12° (5.1X3).

Note. — "The Discourse," &c. has independent title-page. BEMIS, George, Esq., of Boston, Mass.

4 Report of the Case of John W. Webster, indicted for the Murder of George Parkman, before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts; including the Hearing on the Petition for a Writ of Error, &c. [Engravings, Plans, <fcc] Boston, 1850. 8° (6.7X3.8), pp. 628.

Benedict, Rev. David, D.D.; b. about 1780.

5 General History (A) of the Baptist Denomination . . . [Portrait of Author.'] New York, 1848. 8° (7.6X4.3), pp. 970.

Bengal Sugar. An Account of the Method and Expense of cultivating the

6 Sugar Cane in Bengal: &c. * • • London, 1794. 8°(5.7X3.3).

Bengel, John Albert, D.D., a Prelate of Wurtemburg; b. 1687. d. 1752.

7 Gnomon of the New Testament. Pointing out from the natural Force of the Words, the Simplicity, &c. of its divine Thoughts. A new Translation, by Profs. C. T. Lewis, and M. R. Vincent. Vol. 1.

Philadelphia, 1860. Thick 8° (7X4.1).

Benjamin, Hon. J. P., of Louisiana.

8 Kansas Bill. Speech . . . delivered in Senate of U.S. on Thursday,
March 11, 1858. Slavery protected by the Common Law of the New
World, and guarantied by the Constitution. Vindication of the Supreme
Court of the U.S. Washington, 1858. 8°, pp. 29.

9 Speech ... on the Acquisition of Cuba. Delivered in the Senate of
the U.S., Feb. 11, 1859. [No imprint.] 8°, pp. 16.

Benjamin, Park, an American Poet and Journalist; b. 1809.

i° Infatuation: a Poem, spoken before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston, Oct. 9, 1844. . . . Boston, 1844. 8°, pp. 31.

Bennet, Rev. Benjamin, a Dissenter; b. 1674. d. 1726.

11 Truth (The), Inspiration, and Usefulness of Scripture asserted and proved. In several Discourses on 2 Tim. III. xvi. Published from his Manuscripts by L. Latham, M.D. London, 1730. 8° (6X3.1).

Bennet, George, Esq., of Sheffield, Eng.

12 Journal of Voyages and Travels in the South Sea Islands, China, India, &c. See Montgomery, J. Journal, &c.

Bennet, James, a Teacher, of Hertfordshire, Eng.

Editor, and Annotator. See Ascham, R. Works. Bennet, Rev. Thomas, of Colchester, Eng.; b. 1673. d. 1728.

13 Confutation (A) of Quakerism; . . . 2d ed.

Cambridge, 1709. 12° (5.7X3.1). Bexxet, Rev. Thomas, continued.

1 Letter (A) to Mr. Benjamin Robinson, occasioned by his Review of the Case of Liturgies and their Imposition. London, 1710. 12° (5.8X3).

Bennett, Rev. James, D.D., o f Ramsey, Eng.

2 Memoirs of the Life of Rev. David Bogue. {Portrait.']

London, 1827. 8°(G.4X3.5).

Bex-saddi, Nathan.

3 Chronicles (The) of the Kings of England, from William the Conqueror to . . . 1795. . . . Worcester, 1795. 12° (4.7X2.7).

Benson, Hon. Egbert, of New York.

4 Brief Remarks on the "Wife" of Washington Irving. {By E. Benson.']

New York, 1819. 8°, pp. 16.

5 Memoir, read before the Historical Society of New York, Dee. 31, 1816. • • • New York, 1817. 8°, pp. 72.

Note. — Contains interleaved autograph additions by the author.

6 Vindication of the Captors of Major Andre. {By E. Benson.]

New York, 1817. 8°, pp. 99. Benson, Rev. George, D.D., a Dissenter; b. 1699. d. 1762.

7 Paraphrase (A) and Notes on the Epistles of St. Paul to Philemon, IstThess., IldThess., 1st Timothy, Titus, lid. Timothy. . . . {With] critical Dissertations . . . London, 1734. 4° (7.5X4.8).

Note. — Each Epistle has independent title-page and paging:; variously dated,— 1731-'31.

8 Paraphrase (A) and Notes on the . . . Seven Catholic Epistles. . . . [ With] critical Dissertations . . . [4 pagings.]

London, 1749. 4° (7.5X4.8).

Note. — Some of the Epistles have also independent title-pages, bearing dates,— 1738-'49. The preceding, and this volume are lettered respectively, — " 1, 2."

9 Essay on Inspiration. See Watson, R. (Theol. Tracts, vol. 4.)

i« Essay on the Man of Sin. See Watson, R. (Theol. Tracts, vol. 5.) 1' Essay on the Unity of Sense. See Watson, R. (Theol. Tracts, vol. 4.) Benson, Rev. Joseph, an English Methodist; b. 1748. d. 1821.

1* Life (The) of Rev. John W. de la Flechere, compiled from the Narratives of Rev. Mr. Wesley; the biographical Notes of Rev. Mr. Gilpin; from his own Letters; &c. 2d Amer. from 2d . . . Lond. ed. {Portrait.] New York, 1820. 8° (6.3X3.7). Bentham, Jeremy, an English juridical Philosopher; b. 1748. d. 1832.

13 Bentham's Radical Reform Bill, with Extracts from the Reasons.

London, 1819. 8°, pp. 85.

14 Book (The) of Church Reform; containing the most essential Part of Mr. Bentham's "Church of Englandism examined," &c. . . .

London, 1831. 8°, pp. viii., 27. ls Chrestomathia . . . [On Education.]

London, 1815/17. 8° (6.1X3.5). Note. —Two parts; the second with independent title-page. » Constitutional Code . . . Vol. 1. London, 1830. 8° (5.9X3.4).

17 Equity Dispatch Court Proposal. [ATo imprint.] 8°, pp. 59.

i* Essay'on political Tactic* . . . London, 1791. 4° (6.8X4-8), pp. 64.

S

Bentham, Jeremy, continued.

I Indications respecting Lord Eldon, including History of the pending

Judges'-Salary-Raising Measure. London, 1825. 8° (6.2X3.5).

a Jeremy Bentham to his Fellow Citizens of France, on Death Punish-

ment. London, 1831. 8°, pp. 13.

3 Jeremy Bentham to his Fellow-Citizens of France, on Houses of Peers

and Senates. London, 1830. 8°, pp. 45.

4 Jeremy Bentham to the National Convention of France.

[No imprint.'] 8°, pp. 48.

5 King (The) against Sir Charles Wolseley, and Joseph Harrison . . .

Brief Remarks, tending to shew the Untenability of this Indictment.

London, 1820. 8°, pp. 29-39.

6 Letters to Count Toreno on the proposed penal Code delivered in by the

Legislation Committee of the Spanish Cortes, April 25, 1821 . . .

London, 1822. 8° (6.7X4).

7 Lord Brougham displayed: including I. Boa Constrictor ... H. Ob-
servations on the Bankruptcy Court Bill . . . HI. Extracts from
proposed Constitutional Code. London, 1832. 8°, pp. 24, 72, 6, 4.

8 Observations on Mr. Seer. Peel's House of Commons Speech, March 21,
1825, introducing his Police Magistrates' Salary Raising Bill. . . . [By
J. Bentham.] [London,] 1825. 8°, pp. 62.

9 Observations on the restrictive and prohibitory commercial System . . .
• • * {Edited] By J. Bowring. London, 1821. 8°, pp. viiL, 44.

10 Official Aptitude maximized: Expense minimized ... [5 paging*.]

London, 1830. 8° (6.2X3.5).

II Panopticon; or, the Inspection House . . . [3 wis. Plates.]

London, reprinted, 1791. 12° (4.3 X 2.8).

Note. — The second and third volumes bear titles, — "Panopticon: Part 1, 2; Post-

script ..."

la Parliamentary Candidate's proposed Declaration of Principles . . . [By
J. Bentham.] London, 1831. 8°, pp. 18.

13 Rationale of judicial Evidence, specially applied to English Practice.
[Edited by J. S. Mil!.] ... Vol. 1-5. London, 1827. 8° (6X3.3).

n Rationale (The) of Reward. London, 1830. 8° (6.1X3.5).

15 Truth versus Ashhurst; or Law as it is, contrasted with what it is said
to be. ... London, 1823. 8°, pp. 16.

Benton, Hon. Thomas Hart; 6. near Hillsborough, N.C., 1782. d. 1858.

16 Abridgement of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856. From
Gales and Seaton's Annals of Congress; from their Register of Debates;
and from the official reported Debates, by John C. Rives. By . . .
[T.H.Benton]. Vol. 1-16.

New York, 1857-'61. Thick 8° (7.7X4.8), 2 cols.

Contents.—Vol. 1.1789-'9« 11.1796-1803. III. 1803-'08. IV. 1808-'1S. V. 1813'17.
VI. 18l7-'2l. VII. 1821-'21. VIII. 1824-'26 IX. USS-TO. X. 1828'30. XI.1830 '32.
XII 1S32>36 XIII. 1835 '39. XIV 1839-'43. XV. 1813'46. XVI. 1846-'50.

17 Thirty Years' View; or, A History of the Working of the American
Government . . . from 1820 to 1850. . . . with historical Notes, and
Illustrations, and some Notices of eminent deceased Cotemporaries: by
. . . [T. H. Benton]. . . . Vol. 1, 2. [Portrait of Author and En-
graving.] New York, 1854/56. Thick s"° (7.4X4.8), 2 cols.

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