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Metastasio, Estratti dell' Arte Poetica d' Aristotile e di Q. Orazio Flacco, con considerazioni sur le medisima. (Opere, Vol. XII.)

Beattie (James) on Poetry and Music. (Criticism.)

Dryden's (John) Art of Poetry. (Works, Vol. XV.)
Harris (James) on Poetry. (Works, Vol. I.)

Hurdis's (James) Lectures; shewing the several sources of that pleasure which the mind receives from poetry. 4to. Bishopstone, Sussex, at the Author's own Press, 1797.

Ritson (Joseph) on Romance and Minstrelsy. (Metrical Romances.) Boileau, l'Art Poétique. (Œuvres, Vol. II.)

Fabre-d'Olivet, Discours sur l'Essence et la Forme de la Poésie. (Pythagoras, Classics.)

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Chants Populaires de la Grèce Moderne, recueillis et publiés, avec une traduction Française, des éclaircissements et des notes, par C. Fauriel. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1824.

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Musarum Anglicanum Analecta, sive poemata quædam melioris notæ seu hactenus inedita, seu sparsim edita. 2 vols. 8vo. large paper.

Oxonii, 1699.

Musarum Anglicanarum Analecta. 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1721, et

Охоп. 1717.

Musæ Etonensis sive Poemata. 2 vols. 12mo. Londini, 1755.

Delitiæ Poetarum Scotorum hujus ævi illustrium, Art. Jonstono collectore. 2 vols. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1637.

Selecta Poemata Italorum qui Latinè scripserunt, iterum in lucem data, unà cum aliorum Italorum operibus, accurante Alex. Pope. 2 vols. small 8vo. Londini, 1740.

Delitiæ C. Poetarum Gallorum, collectore Ranutio Gherio [J. Grutero]. 3 vols. 12mo. Francofurti, 1609.

Delitiæ Poetarum Germannorum, collectore A. [Antwerpiano] F[ilio] G[uil.] G[rutero]. 6 vols. 12mo. Francofurti, 1612.

Delitiæ Poetarum Belgicorum, collectore G. Grutero. 4 vols. 12mo. Francofurti, 1614.

Delitiæ Poetarum Hungaricorum, à J. P. Pera. 12mo. Francofurti,


Delitiæ quorumdam Poetarum Danorum, collectore F. Rostgaard. 2 vols. 12mo. Lugduni Bat. 1693.

Poetarum Polonorum Carmina Pastoralia, ex Bib. Zaluscianâ iterum edita. 8vo. Altenburgi, 1779.

Carminum rariorum Maccaronicorum Delectus in usum ludorum Appolinarium. 8vo. Edinb. 1801.

Paræneses Antiquæ Germannicæ Tyrolis Regis Scotorum ad Filium Fridebrantum; ut et Winsbeckii ad Filium et Winsbeckiæ ad Filiam ab hinc annos D et quod excurrit, scriptæ cum notis edidit M. H. Goldastiis; ac notis J. G. Scherzii. (Schilteri Thes.)

Addison (Jos.) Poemata. (Works, Vol. I. 8vo., and Vol. I. 4to.) Crashaw (Rich.) Poemata et Epigrammata. Small 8vo. Cantab. 1670. Heinsii (Nic.) Poemata: accedunt Jo. Rutgersii quæ quidem colligi potuerunt. 32mo. Lugd. Bat. ex offi. Elzev. 1653.

Johnsoni (Sam.) Poemata. (Works, Vol. I.)

Lelandi (J.) Genethliacon illust. Edwardi Principis Cambria. Londini, 1543. (Itinerarium, Vol. IX.)

Lelandi Cygnea Cantio, cum comment., &c. Londini, 1545. (Itinerarium, Vol. IX.)

Kinschottii (Casparis) Poemata, omnia ex chirographo auctoris diligenter edita [à J. Gronovio]. Small 8vo. Three portraits of Kinschotius, by Hollar, in various states. Hage Comitis, 1685.

Markham (Rev. Guil.) Carmina Quadragesimalia, &c.; edente Rev. F. Wrangham. 4to. Privately printed, 1820.

More (Sir T.) Poemata. (Life by Cowley.)

Murphy (A.) Poemata. (Works, Vol. VII.)

Owen's (John) Latin Epigrams, rendered into English by Th. Harvey. The three books in one vol. 12mo. London, 1677.

Sarbievii (Mat. Casimeri) Carmina; studiis Soc. Biponti. 8vo. Argent.


Seldeni (Jo.) Poemata, Gr. et Lat. (Opera, Vol. II.)

English Poetry.


Warton's (Thomas) History of English Poetry, from the close of the 11th to the commencement of the 18th century; to which are added, dissertations on the origin of romantic fiction in Europe, the introduction of learning into England, and on the Gesta Romanorum: with numerous additional notes by the late Mr. Ritson and Dr. Ashby, Mr. Dance, Mr. Park, and other eminent antiquaries; and a preface by the editor. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1824.

Gray's (Thos.) Collections for a History of English Poetry. (Works by Mathias, Vol. II.)

Phillips's (Edward) Theatrum Poetarum Anglicorum; containing the names and characters of all the English poets, from the reign of Henry III. to the close of the reign of Elizabeth; enlarged with additions to every article [by Sir Egerton Brydges]. 8vo. Canterbury, 1800.

Sidney's (Sir P.) Defence of English Poesie. (Misc. Works.)

Ancient Critical Essays upon English Poets and Poesy, edited by Joseph Haslewood. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1815.

Viz. The Arte of English Poesie, by Geo. Puttenham.

Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the Making of Verse or
Rhyme in English, by Geo. Gascoigne.

A Discourse of English Poetrie, by William Webbe.

A Treatis of the Airt of Scottis Poesie, by King James II.

An Apologie of Poetrie, by Sir John Harrington.

A Comparative Discourse of our English Poets with the Greek,
Latin, and Italian poets, by Francis Meres.

Observations on the Art of English Poesie, by Thomas Campion.
A Defense of Rhyme, by Samuel Daniel.
Hypercritica, by Edward Bolton.

Three proper and wittie familiar Letters, lately passed between two universitie men, Edmund Spenser and Gabriel Harvey. Two other very commendable Letters of the same men's writing. Nott's (G. F) Dissertation on the state of English Poetry before the sixteenth century. (Surrey and Wyat's Works, Vol. I.)

Collyer's (J. P.) Poetical Decameron; or, ten days' conversations on English poets and poetry, particularly of the reigns of Elizabeth and James I. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1820.

Neve's (Philip) Cursory Remarks on some of the ancient English Poets, particularly Milton. 8vo. London, printed for presents only, 1789. Conybeare's (J. J.) Illustrations of Anglo-Saxon Poetry; edited, with additional notes and introductory notices, by W. D. Conybeare. 4to. London, 1826.


The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper; including the series edited with prefaces, biographical and critical, by Dr. Johnson with the most approved translations and additional lives, by Alex. Chalmers. 21 vols. roy. 8vo. London, 1810.

[Allot's (Robt.)] England's Parnassus; or, the choysest flowers of our moderne poets, with their poeticall comparisons. Small 8vo. Lond. 1600.

This copy has successively belonged to W. Oldys and T. Warton, and autograph memoranda in both their hands are on the fly leaves. Warton describes this work as the first selection of English poetry published. Campbell's (Thos.) Specimens of the British Poets; with biographical and critical notices, and an essay on English poetry. 7 vols. 8vo. London, 1819.

[Capell's (Ed.)] Prolusions; or, select pieces of ancient poetry; containing

the Nutbrowne Mayde, Mr. Sackville's Induction, Overbury's Wife, Edward III., a Play, and Nosce Teipsum, by Sir John Davies. Small 8vo. London, 1760.

Cooper's (E.) Muse's Library; or, a series of English Poetry, from the Saxons to Charles II. Vol. I. 8vo. all published. London, 1737. Ellis's (Geo.) Specimens of early English Poets; with an historical sketch of the rise and progress of English Poetry and language. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1811.

Ellis's (Geo.) Specimens of early English Metrical Romances, chiefly written during the early part of the 14th century; with an historical introduction, intended to illustrate the rise and progress of romantic composition in France and England. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1811. Evans's (Thomas) Old Ballads, historical and narrative, collected from rare copies and MSS.: edited by R. H. Evans. 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1810. Fry's (J.) Legend of Mary Queen of Scots, and other ancient poems; now first published from MSS. of the 16th century. 4to. large paper. [Bristol], 1810.

Headley's (Henry) Select Beauties of ancient English Poetry; with remarks, and a biographical sketch of the author, by H. Kett. 2 vols. in one, 8vo. London, 1810.

Jamieson's (Robt.) Popular Ballads and Songs, from traditions, MSS., and scarce editions; with translations from the ancient Danish language. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1806.

Marston's (John) Miscellaneous Pieces of ancient English Poesie, viz. the Troublesome Raigne of King John, by Shakspeare; the Metamorphosis of Pigmalion's Image, and Scourge of Villanie. 12mo. London, 1764.

[Percy's (Bp. Thos.)] Reliques of ancient English Poetry; consisting of old heroic ballads, songs, and other pieces, of our earlier poets: [with an essay on the ancient English minstrels and metrical romances, notes, and glossaries.] 3 vols. small 8vo. London, 1775. Percy's (Bp. Thos.) Reliques of ancient English Poetry; containing a collection of ballads, songs, and other pieces, of our earlier English poets edited by Thos. Percy. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1812. [Phillips's (Ambrose)] Collection of old Ballads; with introductions, historical, critical, and humorous. 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1727-25. [Ritson's (Jos.)] English Anthology. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1793. [Ritson's (J.) Pieces of ancient popular Poetry from authentic MSS.

8vo. London, 1791.

[Ritson's (J.)] Selection of ancient English Metrical Romances. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1802.

Southey's (Robt.) Specimens of the later English Poets [in continuation of Ellis's]; with preliminary notices. 3 vols. 8vo. Sir M. M. Sykes's copy. London, 1807.

[Utterson's (E. V.)] Select Pieces of early popular Poetry; republished principally from early printed copies in the black letter. 2 vols. in one, 8vo. London, 1817.

Weber's (Henry) Metrical Romances of the 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries, published from ancient MSS.; with an introduction, notes, and a glossary. 3 vols. 8vo. Sir M. M. Sykes's copy. Edinb. 1810.

Mirror for Magistrates; Part I. by John Higgins, Part II. by Thomas Blenerhaset, Part III. by William Baldwin and others, and Parts IV. and V. by Richard Niccols; collated with various editions, with historical notes, &c. by Joseph Haslewood. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1815.

For an analysis of the legends forming this work, see Warton's Eng. Poetry,
Vol. IV.

Heliconia; a selection of English poetry of the Elizabethan age, written or published between 1575 and 1604: edited by Thomas Park. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1815.

England's Helicon; a collection of pastoral and lyric poems, first published at the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth: edited by Sir Egerton Brydges and J. Haslewood. 4to. London, 1812.

Lee Priory (Poetical Works from the private Press at). 4to. and 8vo. Poems by various Authors, written between 1540 and 1612. (Harrington's Nugæ Antiquæ, Vol. II.)

Collection of Poems, by several hands [edited, with notes, by R. Dodsley]. 6 vols. 8vo. London, 1782.

Collection of Poems, by several hands [edited, with notes, by G. Pearch, as a supplement to Dodsley's]. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1783. Collection of the most esteemed Poetry; with a variety of originals and other contributions to Dodsley's collection. 8vo. London, 1767. Miscellanies in Verse, by Pope, Arbuthnot, Gay, &c.; collated by Swift and Pope. (Swift's Works, Vol. XIII.)

Elegant Extracts, in Verse, edited by V. Knox. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1791.

Fugitive Poetry (Bell's Classical Arrangement of). 18 vols. 12mo. fine paper. London, 1790–97.

Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin [by Gifford, Canning, Frere, &c.]. 4to. London, 1801.

Poems, containing the Retrospect, &c., by Robert Lovell and Robert Southey. 8vo. Bath, 1795.

Dyce's (Alex.) Specimens of British Poetesses, chronologically arranged. 8vo. London, 1827.

Kettell's (Sam.) Specimens of American Poetry; with critical and biographical notices [and catalogue of American poetical works]. 3 vols. small 8vo. Boston, U. S. 1829.

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