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W. MEADOW s, T. Cox, W. HINCHLIFFE, W. Bic-
KERTON, T. ASTLEY, S. AUSTEN, L. GILLIVER,
and R. W I'LLOC K.
Treatise of Continual Fevers : In four Parts. To which
are added, Medicinal Observations : In three Books. Where-
in are enumerated, the Diagnostics, Prognostics, and Events
of the several Diseases incident to Human Bodies. By Jodocus
Lommius. Translated from the Latin, by Thomas Dale, M. D.
In a Neat Pocket Volume :
Ogilby's and Morgan's Pocket-book of the Roads, with their
computed and measured Distances, and the Distinction of Market
and Post Towns, to which are added, several Roads, and above
five hundred Market Towns: A Table for the ready finding
any Road, City, or Market-Town, and their distance from
London: A Sheet Map of England, fitted to bind with the Book.
And an exact Account of all Fairs, both fixed and movable, in
Alphabetical Order, fhewing the Days on which they are held.
By William Morgan, Cosmographer to their late Majesties. The
M. J. Juftini ex Trogi Pompeii Hiftoriis externis Libri 44.
Quam diligentiffime ex variorum exemplorum collatione recen-
fiti: & caftigati: To which is added, the Words of Justin dil-
posed in a Grammatical or Natural Order, in one Column, so
as to answer, as near as can be, Word for Word, to an English
Version, as literal as poflible in the other; designed for the easy
and expeditious learning of Juftin, by those of the meanest
Capacity, with Pleasure to the Learner, and without Fatigue to
the Teacher. With Chronological Tables accommodated to Justin's
History. And also an Index of Words, Phrases, and most remarka-
ble Things. For the use of Schools, by N. Bailey.
Erasmi Colloquia selecta decem; or ten select Colloquies of
Erasmus, disposed in the following Manner. 1. The original Text
printed by itself, from the best and most correct Edition.
An English Translation, as literal as poflible, disposed in that
eafy Method of the common construing Book to Lilly's Gram-
mer. For the use of Young Scholars, by N. Bailey.
A Rational Grammar; with easy Rules, in English, to learn
Latin, compared with the best Authors in most Languages on
this Subject. By J. T. Philips, Preceptor to his Royal High-
ness William Duke of Cumberland. The second Edition.
Fundamenta Grammatices; or the Foundation of the Latin
Tongue, in two Parts. By Nicholas Farmborow, School-Mafter
of Watford. The seventh Edition, revised by N. Bailey.
Demonstrated from it's First
Together with all the Necessary TABLE S.
The Useful Theorems of MENSURATION,
SURVEYING, and GAUGING; with their
Application to Practice.
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By ARCHIBALD PATOUN,
Fellow of the Royal Society.
Printed for J. BROTHER TON, J. HAZARD, W. MEADOWS,
T. Cox, W. HINCHLIFFE, W.BICKER TON, T. AS T-
LEY, S. AUSTEN, L. GILLIVER, and R. WIL LOCK.
Of Rayhouse in the County of Essex.
HAving had the Honour
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