The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
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XV. Scholars, Antiquaries and Bibliographers



The classical scholars and archaeologists mentioned in this chapter are noticed by Sir John Edwin Sandys, in his History of Classical Scholarship. vol. II (Cambridge, 1908) C. XXIV, pp. 421–439, and vol. III (1908) C. XL, pp. 393–449; also in his Short History of Classical Scholarship (Cambridge, 1915), C. XXXV, pp. 273–7, and C. XLVIII, pp. 394–419.

Evelyn Abbott (1843–1901)

Ed. Hellenica, A collection of Essays, ed. by E. A., 1880. Herodotus, V, VI, Oxford, 1893. Pericles and the Golden Age of Athens, 1891. History of Greece, 3 vols., 1888–1900. Life of Jowett (with Campbell, Lewis), 1897.

James Adam

Plato, Apology, 1887; Crito and Euthyphro, 1888; Protagoras, 1893; Republic, (a) Text, 1897; (b) Text and Commentary, Cambridge, 1902. The Nuptial Number of Plato. 1891. On the Divine Origin of the Soul, pp. 29 f. in Cambridge Praelections. 1906. The Religious Teachers of Greece, being Gifford Lectures on Natural Religion delivered at Aberdeen; edited, with a memoir, by his wife. Edinburgh, 1908. The Vitality of Platonism and other Essays, edited by the same. Cambridge, 1911.

Francis Adams (1796–1861)

Transl. Hero and Leander, Aberdeen, 1820; and, for Sydenham society, Paulus Aegineta, 3 vols., 1844–7; Hippocrates, 2 vols., 1849; Aretaeus, 1856; etc.

Henry Ellis Allen

Cicero, De Natura Deorum (London, 1836), De Divinatione and De Fato (1839), De Officiis (Dublin, 1842), Cato maior (1852), Laelius (1853), De Finibus (1856); Emendationes in Cic. Epp. Fam. et ad Att., Observationes in l. de Fato (1854); Obs. in Cic. Caes. Front. (1863); Em. in Livium (1864); Obs. in Curtium (Dublin, 1865). Hannibal defensus (London, 1865(8)). In Sallustium curae secundae (1865). Em. Livianae alterae, 1867–9. Obs. in Caesaris commentarios, inest interpretatio loci cuiusdam Virgiliani, 1874.

Richard Dacre Archer-Hind

Plato, Phaedo, 1883; and Timaeus, 1888. Translations into Greek Verse and Prose, 1905.

Thomas Arnold
See bibliography to Chap. XIV, ante.

Churchill Babington

Hyperides, Oration against Demosthenes, Oxford, 1850; Orations for Lycophron and Euxenippus, Cambridge, 1853; Funeral Oration, 1858; with notes, 1859.

Classical MSS., in Catalogue of MSS. in the University Library, Cambridge, vols. 1–III, 1856–8.

The Influence of Christianity in promoting the Abolition of Slavery. Cambridge, 1846. Mr. Macaulay’s Character of the Clergy … considered. Ib. 1849. Facsimile reprint of the Beneficio della morte di Christo. Ib. 1855.

An introductory lecture on Archaeology. Cambridge, 1865.

Ed., in Rolls Series, Bishop Pecock’s Repressor, 1860, and Higden’s Polychronicon, 2 vols., 1865–9.

The Birds of Suffolk. 1884–6.

Charles Badham

Euripides, Ion, with Latin preface and notes, London, 1851, etc., with notes for beginners, 1861, etc.; Iph. T. et Helena, em. et notulas subiecit, 1851 and 1856.

Plato, Phaedrus, 1851; Philebus, with introduction and notes, 1855 and 1866, revised and enlarged, 1878; Euthydemus and Laches, Jena and London, 1865; Convivium, 1866. De Platonis epistolis. 1866.

Papers in Philologus (x, 340–2, XXI, 405, 495); Rheinisches Museum, XXVII, 165–8, XXVIII, 174 f., 490–2; and Mnemosyne, II (1874), 300.

Memoir by Campbell, Lewis, in Bursian’s Biogr. Jahrb. 1884, pp. 92–98.

John Stuart Blackie

Lyrical Dramas of Aeschylus, translated into English Verse. 1850. Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece. 1856. Homer, 4 vols; 1, Dissertations; II and III, Translation into Ballad Metre; IV, Philological and archaeological notes. Edinburgh, 1866. Discourse on Greek Pronunciation; Accent and Quantity. 1852. The Place and Power of Accent in Language. (Royal Soc. of Edin.) 1870. Musa Burschicosa. Edinburgh, 1869. Dialogues in Greek and English, 1871; followed by a grammatical supplement entitled Greek Primer, 1891.

Translation of Goethe’s Faust. 1834. Lyrical Poems. 1859. War-songs from the German. 1870. Lays of the Highlands and Islands. 1872. Language and Literature of the Highlands. 1876. The Wisdom of Goethe. 1883. Messis Vitae, or Gleanings of Song from a Happy Life. 1886. Life of Burns. 1888. Essays on Subjects of Moral and Social Interest 1890; etc.

Life (with portrait) by Stodart, A. M. 1895. New edn. 1906.

Joseph William Blakesley

A Life of Aristotle. Cambridge, 1839. Herodotus, in Bibliotheca Classica. 2 vols. 1852–4. Four Months in Algeria, with a Visit to Carthage. Cambridge, 1859.

Frederick Henry Marvell Blaydes (1818–1908)

Sophocles, Oedipus Tyrannus, Oedipus Col., Antigone, in Bibliotheca Classica, vol. 1, 1859; Philoctetes, 1870; Antigone, Halle, 1905; Electra, ib. 1906. Aristophanes, 12 vols., ib. 1880–93; 2 vols., ib. 1886. Aeschylus, Agamemnon, ib. 1898; Choëphoroe, ib. 1899; Eumenides, ib. 1900. Adversaria in Comicorum Graecorum fragmenta, ib. 1890–6; in Tragicorum Graecorum fragmenta, ib. 1894; in Aeschylum, ib. 1895; in varios poetas Graecos ac Latinos, ib. 1898; in Aristophanem, ib. 1899; Sophoclem, 1899; Euripidem, 1901; Thucydidem, 1903. Spicilegium Aristophaneum, Halle, 1902; Tragicum, 1902; Sophocleum, 1903; Analecta Graeca, 1905; Tragica Graeca, 1906; Miscellanea Critica, 1907.

Charles James Blomfield

Articles on Butler’s Aeschylus in Edinburgh Review for October, 1809, Jan., 1810, and Feb., 1812. Aeschylus, Prometheus, 1810; 4th edn., 1825; Septem., 1812; Persae, 1814; Agamemnon, 1818; Choëphoroe, 1824, Cambridge, with notes and glossaries. Index to the glossaries, London, 1829. Notes on Eumenides in Linwood’s Aeschylus. 1844. Callimachus. 1815. Sappho (Museum Criticum, 1, 3 f., 250 f.); Alcaeus (ib. 1, 423 f.), Stesichorus (II, 256 f.); Sophron (II, 340 f., 559 f.). Porsoni Adversaria, ed. Monk et Blomfield. 1812. Articles in The Edinburgh Review, no. 34, on Gaisford’s Hephaestion, and no. 42, on Hermann’s Photius; in The Quarterly Review, no. 18, on Elmsley’s Heraclidae; no. 29, on Monk’s Alcestis; and no. 44, on Stephen’s Thesaurus.

Memoir by Luard, H. R., in Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology, IV (1858), 196–200; and by Blomfield, Alfred, 2 vols., 1864, especially chaps. 1 and II.

Edward Valentine Blomfield (1788–1816)

Translation of Matthiae’s Greek Grammar, ed. Blomfield, C. J., 2 vols. 1818, 5th edn., revised by Kenrick, J. 1837. Memoir in Museum Criticum. II, 520–8.

Thomas Burgess (1756–1837)

Reprinted Burton’s five Greek plays, Oxford, 1778–9, and Dawes’ Miscellanea Critica, London, 1781. A Vindication of 1 John V, 7, 1821; 2nd edn., 1823. A Selection of Tracts and Observations on 1 John V, 7, 1824. A letter to the Clergy of the Diocese of St. David’s, 1825.

Adnotationes Millii etc. ad 1 Joann. V, 7, 1822. Answered in Turton’s Vindication of the Literary Character of the late Professor Porson, 1827.

Samuel Henry Butcher

Demosthenes (Classical Writers series), 1881; Demosthenes (critical text), vol. 1, Oxford, 1903; vol. II, ib. 1907. Aristotle’s theory of Poetry and the Fine Arts, with a Critical Text and Translation of the Poetics. 1895, 1897, 1903, 1907. Some Aspects of the Greek Genius. 1891, 1893, 1904. Harvard Lectures on Greek Subjects. 1904.

Samuel Butler

Aeschylus. 4 vols. Cambridge, 1809–15.

Sketch of Modern and Ancient Geography. 1813, etc. Atlas of Ancient Geography. 1822, etc. Praxis on the Latin prepositions. 1823, etc.

Life and Letters, by his grandson, 2 vols., 1896; also notice in Mayor’s edn. of Baker’s History of St. John’s College, vol. II, pp. 908–921.

Ingram Bywater

Fragments of Heraclitus. 1877.

Priscianus Lydus (for the Berlin Academy). 1886.

Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics (critical text). Oxford, 1890. Aristotelis de Arte Poetica Liber (critical text). Ib. 1897. Aristotle on the Art of Poetry, with Translation and Commentary. Ib. 1909.

The Erasmian pronunciation of Greek, and its Precursors. Oxford, 1908.

Articles in The Journal of Philology, vols. 1, on the Fragments attributed to Philolaus the Pythagorean (1868); II, A Lost Dialogue of Aristotle; IV, Critical Notes on Clement of Alexandria; A Passage in Aristotle’s Ethics (VII c. 8); VII, Aristotle’s Dialogue on Philosophy; XII, The Cleophons in Aristotle; XIII, On Diogenes Laert. IX, 1, 7; XVII, Aristotelia III; Miscellanea; XXVII, Milton and the Aristotelian Definition of Tragedy; XXVIII, Aristotelia IV; XXXI, ATAKTA II; XXXII, Palaeographica; XXXIII, the Latinizations of the modern surname (1913).

Catalogue of his Collection of rare Greek works, privately printed. 1911.

Lewis Campbell (1830–1908)

Sophocles. 2 vols., Oxford, 1871 (2nd edn., 1879)–81. Plato, Theaetetus, 1861 (2nd edn., 1883); Sophistes and Politicus, 1867; Republic (with Jowett, B.), 3 vols., 1894.

Sophocles in English verse, 1883; new edn., 1906; Aeschylus in English verse, 1890, and text in Parnassus series, 1897. Guide to Greek Tragedy, 1891. Religion in Greek Literature, 1898. Life (1897) and Letters (1899) of Benjamin Jowett (with Abbot, Evelyn).

John Conington

Aeschylus, Agamemnon, 1848, and Choephoroe, 1857.

Virgil. In three vols.: 1, Bucolics and Georgics, 1858; 4th edn., 1881; II, Aeneid i–vi, 1864; 4th edn., 1889; III, Aeneid, vii–xii, 1871; 3rd edn., 1884. Translation in English prose included in Miscellaneous Writings, 1872. Aeneid in verse, 1866; 3rd edn., 1870.

The Satires of Persius, with translation and commentary. Oxford, 1872.

Horace, (a) the Odes and Carmen Saeculare, 1863; (b) the Satires, Epistles, and Art of Poetry, translated into English Verse, 1870.

Homer’s Iliad, i–xii translated into Spenserian stanzas by Worsley, P. S. [the translator of the Odyssey] and xiii–xxiv by Conington. 1868.

Miscellaneous Writings, with memoir by Smith, H. J. S. 2 vols. 1872.

Edward Meredith Cope

Plato, Gorgias, transl. 1864; Phaedo, transl., ed. Jackson, H., 1875. Aristotle’s Rhetoric: (1) Introduction, 1867; (2) Commentary, ed. Sandys, (Sir) J. E., 1877. Papers (1) on the Sophists, and (2) (3) (4) on the Sophistical Rhetoric, in The Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology: (1) 1, 145 ff., June, 1854; (2) II, 129 ff., May, 1855; (3) III, 34 ff., March, 1856; (4) III, 353 ff., December, 1856.

Memoir by Munro, H. A. J., prefixed to Cope’s Commentary on the Rhetoric.

Peter Paul Dobree

Ed. Porson’s Aristophanica, with his own commentary on the Plutus, Cambridge, 1820; also Porson’s transcript of the lexicon of Photius, Cambridge, 1822.

Scholefield, J., edited D.’s Adversaria on the Greek Poets, Historians, and Orators, in 4 vols., 1831–3; his Lexicon rhetoricum Cantabrigiense, 1834; and his Miscellaneous Notes on Inscriptions, 1835.

John William Donaldson

The New Cratylus, 1839; 3rd edn., 1859. Varronianus, 1844; 3rd edn., 1860. The Theatre of the Greeks, a treatise on the history and exhibition of the Greek Drama, with various supplements. 1836; 8th edn., 1875. Pindar’s Odes, with the Fragments, revised and explained. 1841. Sophocles, Antigone, Greek and English. 1848. Thucydides, critical text. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1859. K. O. Müller’s History of Greek Literature, translated and completed by J. W. D. 3 vols. 1858. Classical Scholarship and Classical Learning. Cambridge, 1856. Complete Latin Grammar, enlarged. Ib. 1860. Greek Grammar. 3rd edn. Ib. 1862. Jashar: Fragmenta Archetypa Carminum Hebraicorum, 1854; new edn., enl., 1860.

William Bodham Donne
See bibliography to Chap. XIV, ante.

Robinson Ellis

Catullus, Oxford, 1866; larger edn., ib., 1867; 2nd edn., 1878; transl. in English verse, 1871; 2nd edn., 1889, Ibis, Oxford, 1881. Anecdota Oxoniensia, glosses upon Sidonius, 1885. Avianus, 1887. Orientius, 1888. Aetna, in Postgate’s Corpus Poetarum Lat., 1896; 1901. Noctes Manilianae, 1891. Velleius Paterculus, 1898. Ciris, in Postgate’s Corpus, 1894; and emendations in Haigh’s edn., 1893. Appendix Vergiliana, Oxford, 1907.

Biographical notice by Clark, A. C., Proc. of British Academy, vol. VI, 1914.

Peter Elmsley

Thucydides, gr. et lat., ex rec. Wassii et Dukeri. 6 vols. Edinburgh, 1804.

Euripides, Alc. Androm. et El., cum variis lect. in u. s. Westmonasteriensis. 1806. Aristophanes, Acharn. em. et ill. 1809.

Sophocles, O. T., 1811; Scholia, Oxford, 1811 (Leipzig, 1821, Oxford, 1825); O. C., 1823; Leipzig, 1824; Scholia in Soph., 1825; Leipzig, 1826; Notes on Ajax in Museum Criticum, 1, 351 f., 469 f.

Euripides, Heraclidae, 1813; Leipzig, 1821; Medea, 1818; ed. Hermann, 1822; Bacchae, 1821; Leipzig, 1822; all three abridged in Gretton’s Elmsleiana Critica, 1833.

Articles in The Edinburgh Review, no. 4, on Heyne’s Iliad; no. 5, on Schweighäuser’s Athenaeus; no. 35, on Blomfield’s Prometheus Vinctus; and no. 37, on Porson’s Hecuba; in The Quarterly, VII, 441–464, on Markland’s edn. of Eur. Suppl., Iph. A., Iph. T.; and in The Classical Journal, vol. VIII, 1813, 199 ff., 417 ff., on Hermann’s Supplices and Hercules Furens.

Thomas Saunders Evans (1816–1889)

Mathematogonia. The mythological birth of the nymph Mathesis. Cambridge, 1839. Tennyson’s Oenone translated into Latin hexameters. Ib. 1873. The First Epistle to the Corinthians, in The Speaker’s Commentary, 1881. Latin and Greek Verse, with Memoir by Waite, Joseph. Cambridge, 1893.

William Henry Forbes (1851–1914)

Thucydides, book 1, with introduction and notes. Oxford, 1895.

Henry Furneaux (1829–1900)

The Annals of Tacitus, ed. 2 vols. Oxford, 1884–91; 2nd edn., 1896–1907.

Thomas Gaisford

Cicero, Tuscul. Oxford, 1805.

Andronici Rhodii Ethicorum Nicom. paraphr. graeca, 1809.

Euripides, Hec. Or. Phoen., cum notis Musgravii cur., 1809; Suppl., cum notis Marklandii, 1818.

Hephaestionis Encheiridion, Procli chrest., 1810; Leipzig, 1832, iterum recensuit, acc. Terentiano Mauro, 2 vols., 1856; Scriptores latinos rei metricae refinxit, 1837.

Poetae Graeci Minores (Hesiod, Theognis, etc.). 4 vols. 1814–20; 5 vols. Leipzig, 1822–3.

Catalogue of the Greek MSS. of D’Orville, 1806, and Clarke, E. D., 1812.

Lectiones Platonicae (from the Bodleian Plato). Acc. Porsoni annotata ad Pausaniam. 1820.

Variorum edition of Aristotle’s Rhetoric. 1820.

Stobaei florilegium, 4 vols., 1822; Leipzig, 1822–5; eclogae physicae et ethicae. Acc. Hieroclis comm. in aurea carmina Pythagoreorum, 2 vols., 1850.

Herodotus, cum notis variorum, 1824; Leipzig, 1824–6; 2 vols., 1840.

Suidae lexicon recensuit. 3 vols. 1834–7. Paroemiographi Graeci. 1836.

Pearsoni adversaria Hesychiana. 2 vols. Oxford, 1844.

Etymologicum Magnum recensuit et notis variorum instruxit. 1848 f.

Theodoreti affectionum curatio, 1839; Ecclesiastica Historia, cum notis Valesii, 1854.

Eusebii Eclogae Propheticae, primum ed., 1842; Evangelica Praeparatio, 4 vols., 1843; Evangelica Demonstratio, 2 vols., 1852; contra Hieroclem et Marcellum, 1852.

Choerobosci dictata in Theodosii canones. 3 vols. 1842.

Sir William Duguid Geddes

Plato, Phaedo, 1863; 1885. The problem of the Homeric poems, 1878.

Edwin Hamilton Gifford (1820–1905)

Eusebius, Praeparatio Evangelica. 4 vols. Oxford, 1903. The Euthydemus of Plato, with revised text, introduction, notes, and indices. Oxford, 1905. The Epistle to the Romans (in The Speaker’s Commentary). 1881.

William Ewart Gladstone

Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, 3 vols., 1858. Juventus Mundi, 1869. Homeric Synchronism, 1876. Primer on Homer, 1878. Translations by Lord Lyttelton and W. E. G., 2nd edn., 1863. Transl. of the Odes of Horace, 1894–5; etc.

Sir Alexander Grant

Aristotle’s Ethics, with an English Commentary, and illustrative Essays, 1857; 4th edn., 1884.

Xenophon (1871) and Aristotle (1877). (Ancient Classics.) Edinburgh.

The Story of the University of Edinburgh, during its First Three Hundred Years. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1884.

William Charles Green (1832–1914)

Ed. eight plays of Aristophanes, Peace, Birds, Frogs, etc., 1873, etc. Verse transl. of Iliad I–XII, 1884; and of Horace’s Odes, 1903. Transl. of the Egilssaga, from the Icelandic, 1893.

Arthur Elam Haigh (1855–1905)

The Attic Theatre, 1889; 2nd edn., 1898. The Tragic Drama of the Greeks, 1896. Virgil, ed. with Papillon, T. L., 2 vols., 1892.

Henry Hayman (1823–1904)

The Odyssey of Homer, 3 vols., 1866, 1873, 1882.

Walter George Headlam

On editing Aeschylus, 1891; The plays of Aeschylus transl. (with Headlam, C. E. S.), 1908. Agamemnon, with … verse transl. and notes (ed. Pearson, A. C.), 1910.

Contributions to Cambridge compositions, 1899. Meleager, 50 poems transl., 1900. A Book of Greek Verse, 1907.

Articles in Journal of Philology, vols. XX, XXI, XXIII, XXVI, XXX, and in Classical Review, vol. XIII, etc.

Hubert Ashton Holden

Aristophanes: Text. Cambridge, 1848; Onomasticon. 2nd edn. 1871. Thucydides, bk. VII. Cambridge, 1891. Xenophon, Cyropaedeia. Ib. 1887; Hieron. 1883; Oeconomicus. 1884. Plutarch’s Lives: Themistokles, 1881; Perikles, 1894; Gracchi, Cambridge, 1885; Sulla, 1886; Nikias, ib. 1887; Timoleon, ib. 1889; Demosthenes, ib. 1893. Cicero, De Officiis, Cambridge, 1869, etc.; Pro Plancio, ib. 1881; Pro Sestio, ib. 1883. M. Minuci Felicis Octavius. Ib. 1853. Caesar Morgan on the Trinity of Plato. Ib. 1853. Folicrum Silvula, Select Passages for translation into (i) Latin Elegiac and Hexameter Verse, (ii) Latin Lyric and Comic Iambic Verse, (iii) Greek Verse. Ib. 1852, etc. Folia Silvulae, sive Eclogae Poetarum Anglicorum in Latinum et Graecum conversae. Ib. 1865–70. Foliorum Centuriae, … for translation into Latin and Greek Prose. Ib. 1852.

Arthur Holmes (1837–1875)

Demosthenes, Midias, Cambridge, 1862, 1868; De Corona, London, 1871.

Prelection on the Nemeian Odes of Pindar. 1867.

Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb

Sophocles, (1) Electra, 1867 (1870), and Ajax, 1868 (1880), in Catena Classicorum; (2) with critical notes, commentary and translation into English prose, Cambridge: Oedipus Tyrannus, 1883; Oedipus Coloneus, 1885; Antigone, 1888; Philoctetes, 1890; Trachiniae, 1892; Electra, 1894, and Ajax, 1896; also, in separate volumes, text, 1897; and translation, 1904 f.

Theophrastus, Characters, an English translation from a revised text, with introduction and notes, 1870; new edn. by Sandys, (Sir) J. E., 1909. The Attic Orators from Antiphon to Isaeos, 2 vols., 1876; 2nd edn., 1893. Selections from Attic Orators with notes, 1880, 1881. Some Remarks on an article by J. P. Mahaffy in The Academy for April 1, 1876; and Rejoinder to Mahaffy’s Reply, 1877.

A Primer of Greek Literature. 1877, etc.

Modern Greece, two lectures …, with papers on The Progress of Greece and Byron in Greece. 1880.

Bentley. (English Men of Letters series). 1882.

Homer, an introduction to the Iliad and the Odyssey. Glasgow, 1887, etc.

Erasmus. (Rede Lecture, 11 June.) Cambridge, 1890.

The Growth and Influence of Classical Greek Poetry, lectures delivered … in the Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore). 1893.

Bacchylides, the poems and fragments, edited with introduction, notes, and prose translation, Cambridge, 1905; separate edn. of text alone, 1906.

Aristotle’s Rhetoric, a translation, edited with an introduction and supplementary notes by Sandys, (Sir) J. E. Cambridge, 1909.

Translations into Greek and Latin Verse. Cambridge, 1873, 1907.

Speeches delivered by the Public Orator on 16 June, printed by request in the Cambridge University Reporter, 23 June, 1874 (and separately, in a limited edn., 1875).

Articles on Classical subjects in The Encyclopaedia Britannica (9th edn.), 1875–88; and Chapters on Greek Literature and on Textual Criticism in A Companion to Greek Studies, Cambridge, 1905.

Essays and Addresses (including Pindar, Humanism in Education, etc.). Cambridge, 1907.

Life and Letters (with portrait) by Lady Jebb. Cambridge, 1907.

Benjamin Jowett

St. Paul’s Epistles to the Thessalonians, Galatians, and Romans. 2 vols. 1855; 3rd edn., 1894.

The Dialogues of Plato, translated with analyses and introductions. 4 vols. Oxford, 1871; 5 vols., 1875.

Republic, with text, notes, and essays, by Jowett and Campbell. 3 vols. Ib. 1894.

Thucydides, translated, with introduction, marginal analysis, notes, and indexes. 2 vols. Ib. 1881.

The Politics of Aristotle, translated, with introduction, marginal analysis, essays, notes, and indices. 2 vols. Ib. 1885.

Life, by Campbell, Lewis, and Abbott, Evelyn. 2 vols. Ib. 1897. Cf. Stephen, Sir L., Jowett’s Life, in Studies of a Biographer, vol. II, 1898.

Benjamin Hall Kennedy

Tirocinium; Palaestra Latina; Curriculum Stili Latini, etc.

Latin Primer. 1871. Public School Latin Grammar. 1876; 3rd edn., 1881.

Virgil, School edition, 1876; 3rd edn., 1881; text, Cambridge, 1876–8.

Aristophanes, Birds (1874); Aeschylus, Agamemnon (1878; 2nd edn., 1882); Sophocles, Oedipus Tyrannus (1882).

Plato, Theaetetus, with translation and notes. 1881.

Studia Sophoclea. 2 parts. 1874–84.

Sabrinae Corolla. (Editor and principal contributor.) 1850, etc.

Between Whiles, 1877; 2nd edn., 1882.

Charles Rann Kennedy

Translation of Select Speeches of Demosthenes (Against Aphobus 1, II, Phanus, and Onetor 1, II), Cambridge, 1841. Transl. of all the Orations of D., in Bohn’s Classical Library, 5 vols., completed in 1863.

Thomas Hewitt Key

Essays on Terentian Metres, etc. 1844. Philological Essays. 1868. Origin and development of Language. 1874. Latin Grammar. 1846, etc. Latin Dictionary, published from his unfinished MS. Cambridge, 1888.

Thomas Kidd (1770–1850)

Opera Ruhnkenii. Ed. 1807. Tracts and Miscellaneous Criticisms of R. Porson. Ed. 1815. Horatii carmina ex rec. Bentleii ill. Cambridge, 1817. Dawesii Miscellanea Critica. Ed. 1817 (1827).

Herbert Kynaston, formerly Snow (1835–1910)

Theocritus, 1869. Poetae Graeci, 1879.

Henry George Liddell and Robert Scott

A Greek-English Lexicon, compiled by Liddell, Henry George, and Scott, Robert. Oxford, 1843; 8th edn., 1897.

William Linwood (1817–1878)

Lexicon to Aeschylus. 1843, 1847. Aeschylus, Eumenides. Oxford, 1844.

Sophocles, with brief Latin notes, 2 vols., 1846–52; 4th edn., 1877; The Theban Trilogy of Sophocles, with copious notes, 1878.

George Long

Two dissertations on Roman Law. 1827. Two discourses in the Middle Temple Hall on Roman Law, 1846; and on France and its Revolutions, 1850. Caesar, De Bello Gallico. 1853. Cicero De Amicitia, De Senectute, etc. 1860. Cicero’s Orations. In Bibl. Classica. 4 vols. 1851–8. The Civil Wars of Rome: (thirteen) select lives from Plutarch. 2 vols. 1844–7. History of the Decline of the Roman Republic. 5 vols. 1864–74. Translation of the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, 1862, and the Manual of Epictetus, 1877. Ed. for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, The Journal of Education, 1831–5; The Penny Cyclopaedia, 29 vols., 1832–46, and The Biographical Dictionary, 7 half-vols. to end of Letter A, 1842–4; and compiled The Standard Cyclopaedia of Political, Constitutional, and Forensic Knowledge, 4 vols., 1848.

Matthews, H. J. In memoriam George Long. 1879. Wroth, W., in D. of N. B. vol. XXXIV, p. 102.

Edmund Law Lushington

On the study of Greek. An inaugural discourse. Glasgow, 1839. Ed. (with Sir Alexander Grant) James Frederick Ferrier’s Lectures on Greek Philosophy …, 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1866. War of Rameses II with the Khitu (Engl. transl.), Egyptian Texts of Records of the Past [1875c.] Rectorial Address. Glasgow, 1885.

Arthur John Macleane (1812–1858)

Juvenal and Persius, 1857. Horace, new edn., 1857.

Edward Maltby

Lexicon Graeco-prosodiacum, 1815, 1824, 1850, etc.

John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor

Thirteen Satires of Juvenal, in one vol., 1853; later edns. in two, vol. 1, 4th edn., 1886; vol. II, 3rd edn., 1881. Cicero’s Second Philippic (after Halm, K.), 1861; 6th edn., 1879. First Greek Reader. 1868. Homer’s Odyssey, IX–XII, Part 1 (1872), Book IX (1882). Quintilian, Inst. Or., X, pp. 1–147 (a fragment). 1872. Bibliographical Clue to Latin Literature (after Hübner, E., with large additions). 1875. The Third Book of Pliny’s Letters. 1880. Articles on Latin-English Lexicography in The Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology, II (1855), 271–290, and IV (1857), 1–44; and in The Journal of Philology, notes on Juvenal, XVI, 220–8, XX, 252–293 (on Juvenal VIII). List of other contributions to classical periodicals by Duke, W. H., in The Eagle, Dec., 1911; abridged in Bursian’s Biogr. Jahrb. vol. CLXIV, B, pp. 190 f.

Bedae Historiae Ecclesiasticae libri III, IV, ed., with Lumby, J. R. Cambridge, 1878. The Latin Heptateuch (of Cyprian, Bishop of Toulon). Cambridge, 1889. Tertullian’s Liber Apologeticus (ed. Souter, A.). (In preparation.) Ricardi de Cirencestria Speculum Historiale de gestis Regum Angliae (Rolls Series). 2 vols. 1863–9. Early Statutes of St. John’s College, Cambridge. Cambridge, 1859. Thomas Baker’s History of St. John’s College, Cambridge. 2 vols. 1869. C. H. Cooper’s Memoir of Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby. Cambridge, 1874. English Works of Bishop Fisher (Early English Text Society). 1876.

Two Lives of Nicholas Ferrar. 1855. Autobiography of Matthew Robinson. 1856. Roger Ascham’s Schoolmaster. 1863; new edn., 1883. Life of Ambrose Bonwicke. 1870. Cambridge under Queen Anne: Ambrose Bonwicke, Franz Burman, Conrad von Uffenbach. 1911. Life of William Bedell. 1871. Spain, Portugal, The Bible. 1895. The Spanish Reformed Church. 1895. Modicus Cibi Medicus Sibi, or Nature her own Physician. 1880. Plain Living and High Thinking: selected Addresses and Sermons. 1897. Jacula Prudentium, a First German Reader. 1910. Twelve Cambridge Sermons, edited with a memoir by Stewart, H. F., and portrait. Cambridge, 1911. Twelve Parochial Sermons, ed. Stewart, H. F. Ib. 1913.

Thomas Mitchell (1783–1845)

Aristophanes, Acharnians, Knights, Clouds, Wasps, in English verse, 2 vols., 1820–2. Acharnians, Knights, Clouds, Wasps, Frogs, 4 vols., 1835–9. Sophocles, 1840–4. Index Graecitatis Isocraticae, Oxford, 1828. Index in oratores Atticos, 2 vols., ib. 1828.

James Henry Monk

Letter on the Cambridge Aeschylus. Cambridge, 1810.

Euripides, Hippolytus. Cambridge, 1811; Alcestis, 1816; Iph. T., 1840; Iph. A., 1840; the four plays in one volume, 1858.

Parsoni Adversaria, ed. Monk et Blomfield. 1812.

Life of Bentley. 1830; 2nd edn., 2 vols. 1833.

Charles Henry Monro (1835–1908)

Justinian’s Digest, transl. [unfinished]. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1904–9; etc.

David Binning Monro

Grammar of the Homeric Dialect. Oxford, 1882. Modes of Greek Music. Ib. 1894. Homer’s Odyssey, books XIII–XXIV, with Appendices. Ib. 1901. Articles on the Homeric Question in The Quarterly Review, 1868, and The Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1880, etc.

Memoir by Wilson, J. Cook. Oxford, 1907.

Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro

Titi Lucreti Cari de rerum natura libri sex, (1) text, Cambridge, 1860; (2) with a translation and notes, 2 vols., Cambridge, 1864; 3rd edn., 1873; new edn., 1886.

Aetna, revised, emended, and explained. Cambridge, 1867.

Q. Horati Flacci Opera, illustrated from antique gems by King, C. W., the text revised, with introduction. 1869.

Criticisms and Elucidations of Catullus, 1878; new edn., 1906.

Pronunciation of Latin, 1871; Palmer and Munro’s Syllabus, 1872.

Paper in Journal of Class. and Sacred Philology, vol. II (1855), 58–81, maintaining the Eudemian origin of the fifth book of Aristotle’s Ethics.

Emendations of fragments of Lucilius, Journal of Philol., vol. VII, 292 ff., vol. VIII, 201 ff., and of Euripides, vol. X, 233 ff., vol. XI, 267 ff.; on Catullus, vol. VIII, 333 ff.; vol. XI, 124, 141.

Translations into Latin and Greek Verse, privately printed, 1884; published (with portrait), 1906.

Robert Alexander Neil (1852–1901)

Aristophanes, Knights, 1901. With Cowell, E. B., ed. the Divyvadna, 1886, and joined in transl. of the Jatka, 1897, etc.

Henry Nettleship

Completed Conington’s edn. of Virgil’s Aeneid and of Persius. Began the English edn. of Seyffert’s Dictionary of Classical Antiquities, completed by Sandys, (Sir) J. E., 1891.

Contributions to Latin Lexicography. Oxford, 1889. Essays in Latin Literature. Ib. 1885. Lectures and Essays, ed. Haverfield, F., with memoir (and portrait) by Mrs. Nettleship. Ib. 1895.

Frederick Apthorp Paley

The Church Restorers, 1844. Ecclesiologist’s Guide to Churches at Cambridge, 1844. Illustrations of Baptismal Fonts, 1844. Manual of Gothic Mouldings, 1845; 3rd edn., 1865. Manual of Gothic Architecture, 1846.

Propertius, with English notes, 1853; new edn., 1872. Verse translations from Propertius. Cambridge, 1866. Ovid’s Fasti, with English notes, 1854; new edn., 1860. Select Epigrams of Martial, with English notes, 1868.

Aeschylus, (1) with Latin notes, 1844–51; (2) with English notes, 1855, etc.; (3) in English Prose, 1864; (4) Commentarium in Scholia Aeschyli Medicea. Cambridge, 1878; (5) Supplices, Choephori, cum scholiis Graecis et brevi adnotatione critica. Ib. 1883.

Euripides, with an English commentary, in 3 vols.: 1, 1857 (1872); II, 1858 (1874); III, 1860 (1880).

Hesiod, the Epics of; with an English commentary. 1861.

Theocritus, with Latin notes. Cambridge, 1863, 1869.

Homer’s Iliad, with English notes, in two vols. 1866–71.

Pindar, translated into English prose. 1868.

Sophocles, in Bibl. Classica, vol. II, 1880. Cf. Blaydes, F. H. M., ante.

Aristophanes, Pax, with English notes. Cambridge, 1873.

Demosthenes, Select Private Orations, part 1, Cambridge, 1874; 3rd edn., revised by Sandys, (Sir) J. E., 1891.

Plato, Philebus, and Theaetetus, transl. with notes. 1873 and 1875. Aristotle’s Ethics, bks. V and X, transl. 1872. Greek Wit: Smart Sayings from Greek Prose Writings. 2 vols. 1880–1. Fragments of Comic Greek Poets, with renderings in verse. 1888.

A short treatise on Greek particles and their combinations. 1881.

Bibliographia Graeca, an inquiry into the date and origin of book-writing among the Greeks. 1881.

Papers: On the late date and the composite character of our Ilias and Odyssey, 1868; Pseudo-archaic words and inflexions in the Homeric vocabulary and their relation to the antiquity of the Homeric poems (Journal of Philol., VI, 114 f.), 1876; Quintus Smyrnaeus and the Homer of the Tragic poets, 1876; Homeri quae nunc exstant an reliquis cycli carminibus antiquiora jure habita sint, 1878; Post-Epic or Imitative words in Homer, 1879; Remarks on Mahaffy’s Epic Poetry and History of Classical Greek Literature. 1881. The truth about Homer, 1887.

Religious Tests and National Universities. 1871. The Gospel of St. John: a verbatim translation from the Vatican MS., with the notable variations of the Sinaitic and Beza MSS., and brief explanatory comments. 1887.

Memoir by Lewis, S. S., in Bursian’s Biogr. Jahrb., Leipzig, 1889, pp. 15–17.

Arthur Palmer

Ovid, Heroides XIV, 1874. Propertius, 1880. Horace, Satires, 1882; 6th edn., 1896. Plautus, Amphitruo, 1888. Catullus in Macmillan’s Parnassus series, 1896.

Articles in Hermathena, and, on Aristophanes, in The Quarterly Review, October, 1884.

Memoir by Tyrrell, R. Y., in Hermathena, X, 115–821.

Samuel Parr

Latin Preface to Gulielmi Bellendeni … de Statu libri tres; 2nd edn., 1787.

A Spital Sermon (51 pp.), to which are added Notes (112 pp.). 1804. Johnstone’s Memoirs, 8 vols., 1828; Life by Field, 2 vols., 1828; Barker, E. H., Parriana, 1828; De Quincey, ed. Masson, V, 9–145; Blunt, J. J., The Quarterly Review, April, 1829 (reprinted in Essays, 172–249); and Nicoll, H. J., Great Scholars, 1880, pp. 139–187.

Mark Pattison
See bibliography in Vol. XIV.

John Peile (1838–1910)

Introduction to Greek and Latin Etymology. 1869, 1872, 1875. Primer of Philology. 1877.

Notes on the Tale of Nala. 1881.

Biographical Register, vol. 1, 1910; and History, of Christ’s College, Cambridge. 1900.

Thomas Williamson Peile (1806–1882)

Aeschylus, Agamemnon and Choëphoroe. 1839.

Richard Porson
A. Works and Editions

Papers in Maty’s Review: On Schütz’s Aeschylus, and on Brunck’s Aristophanes, 1783; on Stephen Weston’s Fragments of Hermesianax, and on G. I. Huntingford’s Apology for the Monostrophics, 1784.

Notes (on pp. xli–lix) and preface to Hutchinson’s edition of Xenophon’s Anabasis. 1786.

Letters to The Gentleman’s Magazine: (1) an ironical panegyric of Sir John Hawkins’s Life of Johnson, August, September, October, 1787; (2) Letters to Travis, 1788–9, published separately as Letters to Mr. Archdeacon Travis in answer to his Defence of the Three Heavenly Witnesses in 1 John V, 7. 1790.

Articles in The Monthly Review: (1) defending the genuineness of the Parian Chronicle, 1789; and (2) reviewing T. Edwards’s edition of the Plutarchic tract on education, 1793, and (3) R. Payne Knight’s essay on the Greek alphabet, 1794.

Notes and preface (1787) to new edition of Toup’s Emendationes in Suidam. Oxford, 1790.

Preface to the London edition of Heyne’s Virgil, 4 vols., 1793.

Aeschylus; corrections of the text in an edition printed at the Foulis Press, Glasgow, in two vols. 8vo in 1794, and published in London in 1806; also in the folio edition published by Foulis without Porson’s knowledge in 1795. [Porson’s name is not mentioned in either edition.]

Contributions to the Morning Chronicle: Letter signed S. England, [parodying S. Ireland’s publication of his son’s Shakespeare forgeries by stating that a learned friend had lately found some of the lost tragedies of Sophocles and enclosing as a specimen twelve iambic lines (a translation of Three children sliding on the ice)]. Included in Luard’s Correspondence of Richard Porson, pp. 60 ff., 1796. Imitations of Horace, 1797 [partly quoted in J. S. Watson’s life of Porson.

Euripides, Hecuba, 1797; Orestes, 1798; Phoenissae, 1799; all three published anonymously in London; Medea, published under P.’s own name, at the Cambridge Press, 1801; Hecuba, 2nd edn., with supplement to preface, 1802.

Euripidis tragoediae priores quatuor, ed. Ricardus Porson, rec. suasque notulas subiecit Jacobus Scholefield. Cambridge, 1826.

Collation of the Harleian MS. of the Odyssey (Harl. MS. 5674 in the British Museum) appended to the Grenville Homer. Oxford, 1801.

Restorations of the last twenty-six lines of the Rosetta stone, Society of Antiquaries, 13 Jan., 1803; restorations in Kidd’s Tracts, 1815, p. 182; transl. of the inscription in Clarke, E. D., Greek Marbles, 1809, pp. 56–65.

B. Literary Remains

Adversaria, being notes and emendations on Athenaeus and various Greek poets, edited by Monk, J. H., and Blomfield, C. J. Cambridge, 1812.

Tracts and Miscellaneous Criticisms, collected by Kidd, T. Ib. 1815.

Aristophanica, edited by Dobree, P. P. Ib. 1820.

Notes on Pausanias, appended to Gaisford’s Lectiones Platonicae. Oxford, 1820. Notes on Suidas, in appendix to Gaisford’s edition. Oxford, 1834.

The Lexicon of Photius, printed from Porson’s transcript of the Codex Galeanus in the library of Trinity college, Cambridge, ed. by Dobree, P. P. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1822.

Porson’s Correspondence (a collection of 68 letters), ed. for the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, by Luard, H. R. Cambridge, 1867.

Papers in the Library of Trinity College, arranged by Luard, H. R., in 1859 and bound in four volumes, containing: (1) the originals of many of the letters printed in the Correspondence; (2) Transcript of Photius; (3) Transcripts of the Medea and the Phoenissae; (4) notes on ancient authors, including a collation of the Aldine Aeschylus.

Adversaria in most of the 274 books formerly belonging to Porson, and now in the library of Trinity college.

C. Biography and Criticism

Memoirs in The Gentleman’s Magazine, September and October, 1808.

Clarke, Adam. Narrative of Porson’s last illness and death. 1808.

Weston, Stephen. Short Account. 1808. Reissued with new preface, etc. 1814.

Kidd, Thomas. Imperfect Outline of Porson’s life, prefixed to the Tracts, etc. 1815.

Beloe, W. The Sexagenarian, vol. 1. 1817; 2nd edn., 1818.

A Vindication of the Literary Character of the late Professor Porson, by Crito Cantabrigiensis (Turton, Thomas, afterwards bishop of Ely). Cambridge, 1829.

English Scholarship; its Rise, Progress, and Decay (from Gataker to Dobree): three discursive anonymous articles in The Church of England Quarterly Review, IV, 9–125; V, 145–175, 398–426. 1838–9.

Barker, E. H. Parriana, vol. II, 1829, and Porsoniana, 1852.

Maltby, E. Porsoniana in Dyce’s Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers. 1856.

Hawes, Siday. Short article in Knight’s English Encyclopaedia. 1857.

Luard, Henry Richards. Porson. In Cambridge Essays (pp. 125–171), 1857; and in Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1885, etc.

Watson, John Selby. Life of Porson. 1861.

Nicoll, H. J. Porson. In Great Scholars. 1880.

Jebb, (Sir) R. C. In D. of N. B. vol. XLVI, pp. 154–163. 1896.

Edward Poste (1823–1902)

The Logic of Science, 1850. Plato’s Philebus, Oxford, 1860, transl. 1860. Aristotle on Fallacies, transl. 1866. Gaius, with transl. and commentary, 1875. The skies and weather forecasts of Aratus, transl. 1880. Aristotle on the Constitution of Athens, transl. 1891.

William Ramsay (1806–1865)

Elegiac Extracts from Tibullus and Ovid, 1840; 3rd edn., 1859. Cicero, pro Cluentio, 2nd edn., 1859; new edn., Oxford, 1869. Plautus, Mostellaria. 1869. Manual of Latin Prosody, 1840; 2nd edn., 1859; Elementary ditto, 1860. Manual of Roman Antiquities, 1851; 6th edn., 1864. Articles Agricultura, Astronomy, Cicero, Juvenalis, Lucilius, Lucretius, etc., in (Sir) William Smith’s Dictionaries (1842–3).

George Rawlinson
See bibliography to Chap. XIV, ante.

James Riddell (1823–1866)

Plato, Apology, with a Digest of Platonic Idioms. Oxford, 1867.

Homer, Odyssey, begun by R., continued by Merry, W. W. (1876), and completed by Monro, D. B. (1901).

Henry John Roby

Elementary Latin Grammar, 1862; A Grammar of the Latin Language, 1871; Latin Grammar for Schools, 1880; Latin Grammar from Plautus to Suetonius, 2 vols., 1871–4, etc.

Report of the Schools Inquiry Commission, chapters II (On the present state of Schools for Secondary Education) and IV (The law of Charities as affecting Endowed Schools), 1868–9.

An Introduction to the Study of Justinian’s Digest, 2 vols., 1884; Italian transl., Florence, 1886. Roman Private Law in the times of Cicero and the Antonines, 2 vols., 1902. Essays on the Law in Cicero’s Private Orations, 1902. Roman Law, chapter III, in vol. II of The Cambridge Medieval History, 1913.

Martin Joseph Routh
See bibliography to Chap. XII, ante.

William Gunion Rutherford

Elementary Accidence of Attic Greek. 1878. First Greek Grammar (Accidence and Syntax). 1891. The New Phrynichus, being a revised text of the Ecloga of the Grammarian Phrynichus, with introduction and commentary. 1881. Babrius, with introductory dissertations, critical notes, commentary and lexicon. 1883. The Fourth Book of Thucydides, a revision of the text, illustrating the principal causes of corruption in the MSS. of this author. 1889. The Mimiambi of Herondas. 1892. Scholia Aristophanica. 3 vols. 1896–1905. St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, translated. 1900.

John Young Sargent (1829–1915)

Easy passages for translation into Latin. Oxford, 1867; 8th edn., 1899. Materials and models for Latin and Greek prose Composition, with Dallin, T. F., 1870; Greek separated from Latin, 1878.

Outlines of Norwegian Grammar, 1865; Dano-Norwegian Grammar and Reader, 1892.

Sir John Robert Seeley (1834–1895)

Livy, bk. 1, with introduction, etc. Oxford, 1871. See, also, bibliography to chapter on Historians, etc., in Vol. XIV.

William Young Sellar

Roman Poets of the Republic. Oxford, 1863. Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil, 1877, etc. Horace and the Elegiac Poets, with memoir by Lang, Andrew. 1892.

George Augustus Simcox (1841–1905)

Thirteen Satires of Juvenal. 1867 and 1873. History of Latin Literature from Ennius to Boethius. 2 vols. 1883. Prometheus unbound, a tragedy. 1867.

William Henry Simcox (1843–1889)

The History of Tacitus, ed. 2 vols. 1875–6.

With Simcox, G. A. Orations of Demosthenes and Aeschines On the Crown. 1872.

Richard Shilleto

Demosthenes, De Falsa Legatione, 1844; 4th edn., 1874.

Thucydides, 1, 1872; II, 1880. Thucydides or Grote? Cambridge, 1851. Answered in A few remarks … by J[ohn] G[rote], ib. 1851.

Collected Versions. Cambridge, 1901.

Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh (1843–1906)

History of Rome to the Battle of Actium, 1894. History of Rome for beginners, 1897. Short History of the Greeks, 1901. Greece from the coming of the Hellenes to A.D. 14, 1905. The Bacchae of Euripides in English verse, Cambridge, 1871. Polybius, translated into English, 2 vols., 1889. Cicero’s Letters, translated into English, 4 vols., 1899–1900. Life of Augustus, 1903. Herodotus, V (1890), VI (1889), VIII (1893), IX (1893), with English notes. Lysiae Orationes XVI, 1882, etc. Terence, Hautontimorumenos, 1877 and 1911. Horace, Epistles, book 1, 1888. Ovid, Heroides, 1879; Tristia 1, III, 1895. Cicero, De Am. and De Sen., 1885–6. Caesar, de bello Gallico, 1–VII, 1899. Cornelius Nepos, 3 vols., 1895–7. Suetonius, Life of Augustus, 1896. Sidney’s Apology for Poetry, 1891. Lives of Dr. Farmer and Dr. Chadderton, 1884. History of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1904.

Sir William Smith (1813–1893)

School History of Greece. 1854, etc. Latin and English Dictionary, based upon the Works of Forcellini and Freund. 1855, etc. Editor of Dictionaries of Greek and Roman Antiquities, 1842, etc.; edd. Wayte and Marindin, 2 vols., 1890; smaller edn., 1845, etc.; of Biography and Mythology, 3 vols., 1844–9, and Geography, 2 vols., 1857; and of Dictionaries of the Bible, 3 vols., 1863 (Concise Dict., with Wright, W. Aldis, 1865); and of Christian Antiquities, 2 vols., 1875–80; and of Christian Biography, 4 vols., 1877–87; New Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography, 1850, etc., 1866; Smaller Classical Dict., 1852, etc. Also, text-books of Latin and Greek grammar, and of history, including The Student’s Gibbon, 1857, etc. With Grove, (Sir) George: Classical and Biblical Atlas, 1874.

William Hepworth Thompson

Butler, W. Archer. Lectures on the History of Greek Philosophy, ed. 1855.

Plato’s Phaedrus, 1868, and Gorgias, 1871.

On the genuineness of the Sophist of Plato and on some of its philosophical bearings, Trans. of Cambr. Philos. Soc., X (1858), 146 ff., rptd. in Journ. of Philol., vol. VIII (1879), 290 ff.

Platonica-Isocratea in Journ. of Class. and Sacred Philol., vol. IV; Aristophanica and Platonica in Journ. of Philol., vol. IV; On the Philebus, and Euripides, ib. vol. XI; Aristophanes, Nubes, and Babriana, ib. vol. XII.

John Horne Tooke

E or the Diversions of Purley. 2 vols. 1786, 1798, 1815.

Jonathan Toup (1713–1785)

Emendationes in Suidam et Hesychium, 4 vols., 1760–6 (1799); Epistola Critica (de Suida), 1767; Curae Novissimae in Suidam, 1775. Dionysii Longini quae supersunt, Graece et Latine. Oxford, 1778.

Thomas Twining (1735–1804)

Aristotle’s Treatise on Poetry, transl. with notes and dissertations, 1789; 1812 and 1849; Cambridge, 1825; Dublin, 1831.

Robert Yelverton Tyrrell

Hesperidum Susurri (with Brady, T. J. B., and Cullinan, M. C.), 1867. Dublin translations into Greek and Latin verse, ed. 1882. Echoes of Kottabos (with Sullivan, Sir E.), 1906.

Euripides, Bacchae, 1871 and 1892; Troades, 1881; 2nd edn., 1885. Aristophanes, Acharnians in English verse, 1883. Sophocles, in Parnassus Library, 1897. Essays on Greek literature, 1909.

Plautus, Miles Gloriosus, 2nd edn., 1896. Terence, Oxford, 1902. Lectures on Latin poetry, 1893. Anthology of Latin poetry, 1901.

Correspondence of Cicero, vols. I, II, Dublin, 1879–86; vols. III–VII (with Purser, L. C.), 1890–1900; Cicero in his Letters, 2nd edn., 1896.

Trinity College, Dublin: speeches of public orators, 1808–1908 (Palmer, A., Tyrrell, R. Y., Purser, L. C.). Ed. 1909.

Robert Yelverton Tyrrell, by Purser, L. C. Proc. of the British Academy, vol. VII. 1907.

Thomas Tyrwhitt (1730–1786)

Diss. de Babrio, 1776. Conjectanea in Strabonem, 1783. Isaei orat. de Meneclis hereditate, ed. 1785. Aristotelis de poetica, ed. Oxford, 1794, 1806–17; etc.

William Veitch (1794–1885)

Greek Verbs, Irregular and Defective. 1848; Oxford, 1865, 1871.

Arthur Woollgar Verrall

Aeschylus, Septem contra Thebas, 1887; Agamemnon, 1889, 1903; Choephori. 1893; Eumenides, 1908. Euripides, Medea, 1881, etc.; Ion, 1890. Euripides the Rationalist, 1895. Four Plays of Euripides (Andromache, Helen, Heracles, Orestes), 1905. The Bacchants, 1910. Studies in Horace. 1883. Collected Studies in Greek and Latin Scholarship, edd. Bayfield, M. A. and Duff, J. D., 1913. Collected Literary Essays, Classical and Modern, with a memoir, 1913. Lectures on Dryden, 1914.

William Vincent (1739–1815)

The Voyage of Nearchus from the Indus to the Euphrates, 1797. The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, 2 vols., 1800–5. The Commerce and Navigation of the Ancients in the Indian Ocean, 2 vols., 1807; 3 vols., 1809.

Gilbert Wakefield

Sylva Critica, 5 vols. Cambridge, 1789–95.

Horatii q.s. rec. et notis instr. 2 vols. 1794.

Trag. delectus (Eur., Herc., Alc.; Soph., Trach., Phil.; Aesch., Eum.). 1794.

Bionis et Moschi em. et ill. 1795.

Virgilii opera em. et ill. 2 vols. 1796.

Lucretii de rerum natura … rec. ill. 3 vols. 1796. (Glasgow, 1813; London, 1821.)

In Euripidis Hecubam Londini nuper editam diatriba extemporalis. 1797.

Animadversiones ad Aeschyli tres priores tragoedias. Jena, 1794–9.

Dio Chrysostomus, select essays translated. 1800.

Noctes Carcerariae. 1801. Memoirs. 2 vols. 1792 (1804). Correspondence with C. J. Fox. 1813.

George Charles Winter Warr (1845–1901)

Echoes of Hellas (including the Tale of Troy, 1883, and the Story of Orestes, 1886). The Greek Epic, 1895. Transl. Teuffel’s History of Roman Literature, 1890.

William Wayte (1829–1898)

Plato, Protagoras, 1854; 2nd edn., 1871. Demosthenes, against Androtion and Timocrates, 1882.

Edward Charles Wickham (1834–1910)

Horace, vol. 1, ed. 1874; vol. II, 1893; Horace for English readers, 1903.

Augustus Samuel Wilkins

Cicero, De Oratore, 1, II, III. Oxford, 1879–92, etc. Ciceronis Rhetorica. Oxford text, 1901–3. The Orations of Cicero against Catilina, ed. after Halm, K. 1870, etc. Revised 1894. The Epistles of Horace (including Ars Poetica), ed. with notes. 1885, etc.

Prize Essays: The Light of the World (London and Cambridge, 1869, 1870), Phoenicia and Israel (1871), and National Education in Greece (1873). Articles in new edn. of Smith’s Dict. of Antiquities. Chapter on Education in Cambridge Companion to Greek Studies, and sketch of Roman Education, Cambridge, 1905.

Translated with England, E. B.: Curtius, G., Principles of Greek Etymology (1875), and the Greek Verb (1880).

Henry Musgrave Wilkins (c. 1822–1887)

Demosthenes, Olynthiacs, 1860. Speeches from Thucydides, transl. 1870. Notes for Latin Lyrics, 1851, etc. A Manual of Latin prose (1857) and of Greek prose composition, 1858; etc.

Christopher Wordsworth, bishop of Lincoln

Athens and Attica. 1836. Greece, pictorial, descriptive, and historical. 1839. Theocritus, 1844 and 1877. Conjectural Emendations of Passages in Ancient Authors, with other papers. 1883.

The New Testament … in the Original Greek, with Notes and Introductions. 2 vols. 1859; 4th–5th edn., 1866.

John Wordsworth (1843–1911), bishop of Salisbury

Fragments and Specimens of Early Latin, with introductions and notes, Oxford, 1874. With White, H. J.: Novum Testamentum Latine, secundum editionem S. Hieronymi; The Gospels, 1898; The Acts, 1890; etc.

(Including Travellers)

James Theodore Bent (1852–1897)

The Cyclades: or Life among the Insular Greeks, 1885. The Ruined Cities of Mashonaland, 1892. The Sacred City of the Ethiopians, 1893. With Mrs. Bent: Southern Arabia, Soudan and Sokoto, 1900.

Robert Burn (1829–1904)

Rome and the Campagna, 1871. Old Rome, 1880. Roman Literature in relation to Roman Art, 1888.

Richard Chandler

Elegiaca Graeca. 1759. Marmora Oxoniensia. Oxford, 1763. Ionian Antiquities. 2 vols. 1769–97, published by Soc. of Dilettanti, who added a third vol. in 1840. Inscriptiones Antiquae plerumque nondum editae. Oxford, 1774. Travels in Asia Minor. 1775. Travels in Greece. 1776. History of Ilium [maintaining the accuracy of Homer’s geography]. 1803.

Henry Fynes Clinton

Fasti Hellenici. Oxford, 1824–34; 3rd edn., 1841. Fasti Romani. Ib. 1845–50. An epitome of the civil and literary chronology of Greece. 1853. Chronology of Rome and Constantinople, completed and edited by Clinton, C. J. Fynes. 1854.

Autobiography in Literary Remains. 1854.

John Anthony Cramer (1793–1848)

Dissertation on Hannibal’s passage of the Alps [by the Little St. Bernard]. 1820. (Anon.) Geographical and historical description of ancient Italy, 1826; Greece, 1828; and Asia Minor, 1832. Anecdota Graeca from MSS. of Oxford, 1834–7, and Paris, 1839–41.

Edward Dodwell

A Classical and Topographical Tour through Greece, 2 vols., 1819; German transl., 1821. Views in Greece, with thirty coloured plates, 1821. Views and Descriptions of Cyclopian or Pelasgic Remains in Italy and Greece, London and Paris, with French text, 1834.

Robert Ellis (1820–1885)

Treatise on Hannibal’s passage of the Alps [by the Little Mont Cenis], 1853. Articles in Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology, 1855–6, vol. II, 308–329, vol. III, 1–34; Ancient Routes between Italy and Gaul, Cambridge, 1867; etc.

Sir Charles Fellows

A Journal written during an Excursion in Asia Minor. 1839. More recent Discoveries in Lycia, being a Journal kept during a Second Excursion in Asia Minor. 1841. Also, popular editions of the above, entitled Travels and Researches in Asia Minor, particularly in the Province of Lycia. 1852.

The Xanthian Marbles: their Acquisition and Transmission to England. 1843. An Account of the Ionic Trophy Monument excavated at Xanthus. 1848. Coins of ancient Lycia before the reign of Alexander; with an Essay on the Relative Dates of the Lycian Monuments in the British Museum. 1855.

Life in Brown, C., Lives of Nottinghamshire Worthies (1882), pp. 352 ff., and in Journal of Royal Geographical Society, 1861.

Sir William Gell

Topography of Troy and its Vicinity. 1804, 1807.

Geography and Antiquities of Ithaca. 1807.

Itinerary of Greece, with a Commentary on Pausanias and Strabo. 1810. Enlarged edn. 1827. Itinerary of the Morea. 1816. Republished as Narrative of a Journey in the Morea. 1823.

Pompeiana: the Topography, Edifices and Ornaments of Pompeii. In two parts. 1817, 1832.

Barclay Vincent Head (1844–1914)

History of the Coinage of Syracuse, 1874; of Lydia and Persia, 1877; of Ephesus, 1880; of Boeotia, 1881. Guide to the Coins of the Ancients. 1881. Historia Numorum. Oxford, 1887; new edn., 1911. Catalogues of Greek Coins in British Museum. 10 vols. 1873–1906.

Charles William King

Antique Gems, 1860; new edn. in 2 vols., 1872. The Gnostics and their Remains, Ancient and Mediaeval, 1864; 2nd edn., 1887. The Natural History of Precious Stones and Gems, and the Precious Metals, 1865. Illustrations in King and Munro’s Horace, 1869. The Hand-book of Engraved Gems, 1866; 2nd edn., 1885. The Natural History of Precious Stones and Precious Metals, 1867; new edn., 1870. Catalogue of Col. Leake’s Engraved Gems, 1870. Early Christian Numismatics, and other Antiquarian Tracts, 1873. Transl. of Plutarch’s Morals, Theosophical Essays. 1882. Transl. of Julian’s Theosophical Works, etc., 1888.

William John Law (1787–1869)

On Hannibal’s passage of the Alps [by the Little St. Bernard]. 1855–66.

Sir Austen Henry Layard

Nineveh and its Remains; Researches and Discoveries in Ancient Assyria, 2 vols., 1848; 6th edn., 1850. The Monuments of Nineveh, 1850. Popular Account of Layard’s Expedition to Nineveh, 1851. Fresh Discoveries at Nineveh, and Researches at Babylon, 1853; Illustrations of the Sculptures, Vases, and Bronzes recently discovered at Nineveh, 1853.

William Martin Leake

Researches in Greece. 1814. Topography of Athens and the Demi. 1821; 2nd edn., 1841. Journal of a Tour in Asia Minor. 1824. Travels in Northern Greece, 1835–41; in Morea, 1830. Peloponnesiaca. 1846.

Numismata Hellenica. 1859.

Memoir by Marsden, J. H., 1864; notice by Curtius, E., in Alterthum und Gegenwart, vol. II, 305–322.

Sir George Cornewall Lewis

Transl. of Boeckh’s Public Economy of Athens and Dissertation on the Silver Mines of Laurium, 1828; 2nd edn., 1842. Transl. of part of K. O. Müller’s Dorians, 2 vols., 1830; 2nd edn., 1839; and earlier portion of his History of Greek Literature, 1840–2. On the Origin and Formation of the Romance Languages, 1835. Babrius, ed. G. C. L., 1846; part II [a modern Greek forgery], 1859. An Enquiry into the Credibility of Early Roman History. 2 vols. 1855. An Historical Survey of the Astronomy of the Ancients. 1862.

John Henry Middleton (1846–1896)

Remains of Ancient Rome. 1885; revised and enlarged edn., 1892. The Engraved Gems of Classical Times, with a Catalogue of Gems in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. 1898. The Lewis Collection of Gems and Rings in the possession of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. 1892.

William Muir (1799–1860)

Journal of a Tour in Greece and in the Ionian Islands. Edinburgh, 1842. A critical history of the language and literature of Ancient Greece. 5 vols. 1850–7.

Alexander Stuart Murray (1841–1904)

Manual of Mythology. 1873. History of Greek Sculpture. 2 vols. 1880–3. Handbook of Greek Archaeology. 1892. Excavations in Cyprus. 1900. Terra-cotta Sarcophagi (1898), White Athenian Vases (1896), and Designs from Greek Vases (1894). Greek Bronzes (monograph for The Portfolio). 1898.

Sir Charles Thomas Newton

History of Discoveries at Halicarnassus, Cnidus, and Branchidae. 2 vols. 1862–3. Travels and Discoveries in the Levant. 2 vols. 1865. Essays in Art and Archaeology. 1880. The collection of Ancient Greek Inscriptions of the British Museum. Part II. 1883.

John Henry Parker (1806–1884)

Glossary of Terms used in Grecian, Roman, Italian, and Gothic Architecture. 5th edn., enlarged, 3 vols. Oxford, 1850. The Archaeology of Rome. 1874–6.

Francis Cranmer Penrose

An Investigation of the Principles of Grecian Architecture. 1851–2; enlarged, 1888.

Reginald Stuart Poole (1832–1895)

Horae Egyptiacae, or The Chronology of Ancient Egypt. 1851. Cities of Egypt. 1882. Coins of the Ptolemies, Kings of Egypt. 1883. Coins of the Shahs of Persia, etc. 1888. Articles on Egypt, Hieroglyphics, Numismatics, etc., in Enc. Brit., 8th edn.

(Sir) R. Murdoch Smith and E. A. Porcher

History of the recent discoveries at Cyrene. 1864.

Thomas Abel Brimage Spratt

With Forbes, Edward: Travels in Lycia, Milyas, and The Cibyratis … 2 vols. 1846. Travels and Researches in Crete. 2 vols. 1865.

James Stuart (1713–1788) and Nicholas Revett (1720–1804)

Antiquities of Athens. Publ. by Soc. of Dilettanti: vol. 1, 1762; II, 1787–8; III, 1794; IV, 1814 (cf. Cust, Lionel, and Colvin, (Sir) Sidney, History of the Society of Dilettanti, 1898, pp. 101–3).

Arabic Scholars

Keith-Falconer, Ion Grant Neville (1856–1887). Transl. Syriac version of the Fables of Bidpai. 1886; etc.

Lane, Edward William. Modern Egyptians. 1836.

—— Translation of The Arabian Nights, with notes and illustrations. 1838–40. Selections from the Kur-n. 1843.

—— Arabic Lexicon, 5 parts, 1863–74; followed by 3 parts ed. by Lane-Poole, S. Palmer, Edward Henry. Oriental Mysticism. 1867.

—— The Desert of the Exodus. 2 vols. 1871.

—— Catalogue of Arabic, Persian, and Turkish MSS. in library of Trinity college. Cambridge, 1871. Grammar of the Arabic Language. 1874. Arabic Manual. 1881. A simplified Grammar of Hindustani, Persian, and Arabic. 1882. Concise Persian-English Dictionary. 1876; 2nd edn., 1884. Concise English-Persian Dictionary, etc. 1883. Transl. of the Poems of Beha-ed-din Zoheir of Egypt. Cambridge, 1876–7. Transl. of the Qur’ân. Oxford, 1880. Life of Haroun Alraschid. 1880.

Strong, Sandford Arthur (1863–1904). Publ. Arabic text on conquest of Abyssinia, 1894; and Pali text of Mah-bodhi-vamsa, 1891.

Wright, William. Catalogue of Syriac MSS. in British Museum. 3 parts. 1870–2. Ed. Book of Kalilah and Dimnah. 1883.

—— Arabic Grammar, 1859. Travels of Ibn Jubair, 1852. Opuscula Arabica, 1859. Kmil of Al-Mubarrad, 1864–82.


Hincks, Edward. Papers on Assyriology in the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, 1846, 1847, 1850, 1852, 1853, 1855, 1865.

Rawlinson, Major-General Sir Henry Creswicke. The Persian Cuneiform Inscription at Behistun, 1846–51, and Outline of the History of Assyria, 1852 (both reprinted from the Journals of the Asiatic Society). A Commentary on the Cuneiform Inscriptions of Babylon and Assyria. 1850. Notes on the Early History of Babylonia. 1854. Cuneiform Inscriptions of Western Asia. 3 vols. 1861 ff.

Memoir by his brother, Rawlinson, George. 1898.

Smith, George. Annals of Assurbanipal, translated from the Cuneiform Inscriptions. 1871. The Phonetic Values of the Cuneiform Characters. 1871. Assyrian Discoveries on the Site of Nineveh (in 1873–4); three editions in 1875. The Assyrian Eponym Canon from the death of Solomon to Nebuchadnezzar. 1875. Assyria from the earliest times to the fall of Nineveh. 1875. The Chaldaean Account of Genesis. 1875; new edn., by Sayce, A. H., 1880. Papers on The Early History of Babylonia, and The decipherment of the Cypriote inscriptions, and translation of The Chaldaean account of the Deluge, in Trans. of the Society of Biblical Archaeology, 1871 ff. History of Babylonia, 1877, and Sennacherib, 1878, ed. Sayce, A. H.

Chinese Scholars

Davis, Sir John Francis (1795–1890). The Fortunate Union, transl. of a Chinese novel, 1829, and other translations of Chinese poetical literature. The Chinese, a general description of China and its inhabitants, 1840. Sketches of China, 2 vols., 1841.

Legge, James. Translation of the whole Confucian Canon in The Sacred Books of the East, 1879, 1882; and also of Some Taoist Classics, 1891; 2nd edn., 1893.

Medhurst, Walter Henry. A Chinese-English and English-Chinese dictionary, 1842–3. Translation of the Bible. China: its state and prospects. 1890.

Morrison, Robert. Dictionary of the Chinese language, 1815–23. Translation of the Bible, with the collaboration of Milne, William, 1818.

Wade, Sir Thomas Francis. Hsin Ching Lu, 4 vols., Hong Kong, 1859. Course of Colloquial Chinese, 4 vols., 1867. Specimens of Documentary Chinese, 1867.


Birch, Samuel. Hieroglyphical Grammar and Dictionary, and Translation of the Book of the Dead, in Bunsen’s Egypt’s Place in History, vol. V, 1867.

—— History of Ancient Pottery, Egyptian, Assyrian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman (1858); new and revised edn., 1873; enlarged by Walters, H. B., 1905.

—— History of Egypt, 1875. The monumental history of Egypt, 1876.

—— Ed. Records of the Past; English transl. of Assyrian and Egyptian monuments. 12 vols. 1873–81. Egyptian texts of the earliest period. 1887.

Gliddon, George Robins (1809–1857). Memoir on the Cotton of Egypt. 1841. Appeal to the Antiquaries of Europe on the Destruction of the Monuments of Egypt. 1841. Discourses on Egyptian Archaeology. 1841. Ancient Egypt. 1850; 2nd edn., 1853. With Nott, J. C.: Types of Mankind, 1854; and Indigenous Races of the Earth, 1857.

Renouf, Sir Peter le Page (1822–1897). Hibbert Lectures on The Religion of the Egyptians. 1879.

—— Translation of the Book of the Dead, in Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology. 1892 ff.

Wilkinson, Sir John Gardner (1797–1875). Materia Hieroglyphica. Malta, 1828. Extracts from several Hieroglyphical Subjects. Ib. 1830.

—— Topographical Survey of Thebes. 1830. The Topography of Thebes and General Survey of Egypt. 1835; enlarged edn., 1843, Modern Egypt and Thebes, reissued in Murray’s series. 1884.

—— Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, 3 vols., 1837; 2nd edn., 1842; second series, 3 vols., 1841; both series, 5 vols., 1847; new edn., revised by Birch, S., 3 vols., 1878.

—— Architecture of Ancient Egypt. 1850.

—— Facsimile of the Turin Papyrus. 1851. A Popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians. 1854.

Greek Testament Scholars

Alford, Henry. The Greek Testament, in 4 vols. 1849–61.

—— Transl. of the Odyssey in blank verse. 1861.

Ellicott, Charles John, bp. of Gloucester and Bristol. Commentaries on Pauline Epistles, 1854–8, etc.; and on the complete Bible, 3 vols., 1897.

Lightfoot, Joseph Barber, bp. of Durham. St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians, 1865; 10th edn., 1890; The Epistle to the Philippians, 1868, etc.; to the Colossians and to Philemon, 1875, etc.

—— St. Clement of Rome, (a) The two Epistles to the Corinthians, 1869; (b) Appendix containing the newly recovered portions, 1877. The Apostolic Fathers. 1885–91.

—— On a Fresh Revision of the English New Testament, 1871; etc.

Moulton, William Fiddian (1835–1898). Transl. Winer’s Grammar of New Testament Greek, Edinburgh, 1870; 2nd edn., 1877. History of the English Bible, 1878; 5th edn., 1911; etc.

Scrivener, Frederick Henry Ambrose. A plain introduction to the criticism of the New Testament, Cambridge, 1861; Novum Testamentum Graecum (1550) … Cambridge, 1860; An exact Transcript of the Codex Augiensis, 1859, and edition of Codex Bezae, Cambridge, 1864; etc.

Tregelles, Samuel Prideaux. The Book of Revelation, edited from ancient authorities. 1844. Account of the Printed Text of the Greek New Testament … 1854. The Greek New Testament, Matthew to Philemon. 1870.

Wordsworth, Christopher. See sect. 1, ante.


Davidson, Andrew Bruce. Hebrew Grammar, 1874, and Syntax, 1894. Commentaries in The Cambridge Bible on Job, 1884; Ezekiel, 1892; Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, 1902.

Driver, Samuel Rolles. Isaiah: his Life and Times. 1892. An Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament. 1900. Commentaries on Deuteronomy, Joel and Amos, Daniel, and Exodus in The Cambridge Bible, 1897–1911; on Genesis in The Westminster Commentaries, 1911; on the Minor Prophets in The Century Bible, 1905; Leviticus, 1894–8; Job, 1905; Jeremiah, 1906. Part 1 of Hogarth’s Authority and Archaeology, 1889. Modern Research as illustrating the Bible, 1909. Joint editor of A Hebrew-English Lexicon, based on Gesenius, 1906.

—— The ideals of the Prophets, 1915; with 12 pages of complete bibliography in appendix.

Field, Frederick. Homilies by St. Chrysostom, 3 vols., Cambridge, 1839 and 7 vols., 1849–62. Origen’s Hexapla, new edn, Oxford, 1875. Vetus Testamentum ex Versione Septuaginta Interpretum secundum Codicem Alexandrinum. Otium Norvicense, sive Tentamen de Reliquiis Aquilae, Symmachi, Theodotionis, e lingua Syriaca in Graecam convertendis, 3 vols., Oxford, 1864–81. Notes on Select Passages of the Greek Testament, Oxford, 1881.

Ginsburg, Christian David. The Massorah. 3 vols. 1880 f. Commentaries on The Song of Songs, Ecclesiastes, 1857; Leviticus, 1882. The Karaites, 1862. The Essenes, 1864. The Kabbalah, 1865. The Moabite Stone, 1870. Introduction to the Hebrew Bible, 1896; and to the Massoretico-critical edn., 1897; etc.

Lee, Samuel. A Hebrew Grammar, 1830; 6th edn., 1844. The Book of Job, transl. from the Hebrew, 1837. Hebrew, Chaldaic, and English Lexicon, 1840; 3rd edn., 1844; etc.

Mason, Peter Hamnett. An Easy Practical Hebrew Grammar … 2 vols. 1853.

A New Elementary Hebrew Grammar, pt. 1, 1871; new edns., 1877 and 1883.

Hebrew Exercise Book, 1874. Rabbinic Reading Book, 1880.

Pusey, Edward Bouverie. See bibliography to Chap. XII, ante.

Taylor, Charles. The Gospel in the Law, 1869. The Dirge of Coheleth in Ecclesiastes xii, discussed and literally interpreted, 1874. The Sayings of the Jewish Fathers, 1877; 2nd edn, 1897; Appendix, 1900. The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles, 1886. An Essay on the Theology of the Didache, 1889. The witness of Hermas to the Four Gospels, 1892. The Oxyrhynchus Logia, 1899. (Also works on Conic Sections.)

Wright, William Aldis. A concise dictionary of the Bible, 1865. The Bible Word-Book, 1866; 2nd edn., 1884. A Commentary on the Book of Job from a Hebrew MS. in the University Library, Cambridge. 1909. [His collection of documents connected with the Revised Version of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was presented to the university library in 1908]. See, also, Shakespeare bibliography in Vol. V, ante.

Persian Scholars

Ouseley, Sir William. Persian Miscellanies, 1795. Oriental Collections, 1797–1800. History of Persia, 1799. The Oriental Geography of Ebn Hankal, 1801. Travels in Persia, 3 vols., 1819–23.

Ouseley, Sir Gore. Biographical Notices of Persian Poets. 1846.

Sanskrit Scholars

Bendall, Cecil (1856–1906). Catalogue of the Buddhist Sanskrit MSS. in the University Library, Cambridge. 1883. A Journey of Literary and Archaeological Research in Nepal and Northern India (1884–5). Cambridge, 1886.

Burnell, Arthur Coke (1840–1882). Treatises on Indian law, translations from the Sanskrit, and linguistic and historical tracts. [His collection of Sanskrit MSS. is now in the library of the India Office.]

Carey, William. Sanscrit Grammar, 1806; Bengali-English Dictionary, 3 vols., 1815–25, abridged by Marshman, J., 1827; Rmyana, ed. and transl., 1806–10.

Childers, Robert Caesar (1838–1876). Ed. Pali texts, 1867–74; Pali dictionary, 1872–5.

Colebrooke, Henry Thomas. Completed Digest of Indian Law, left unfinished by Sir William Jones. 3 vols. Calcutta, 1797. London, 1801. Collection of Compositions in Sanskrit, Calcutta, 1804; Grammar, 1805; Dictionary, 1808, etc.

Cowell, Edward Byles. Transl. Klidásaś Vikramorvási, an Indian drama. 1851. The Prákrita-Prakása; first complete edn., 1854, 2nd edn., 1868. Short Introduction to the ordinary Prákrit of the Sanscrit Dramas. 1875. Rig Veda Sanhita, vols. IV, V, VI, 1866–70; etc.

Life and Letters, by Cowell, George. With appendix on the history of Sanskrit studies. 1904.

Griffith, Ralph Thomas Hotchkin (1826–1906). Transl. of the Rámáyan of Válmíki. 5 vols. 1870–5.

Jones, Sir William Persian Grammar. 1771.

—— Poeseos Asiaticae Commentariorum Libri Sex. 1774.

—— Transl. of the Arabic Moallakat. 1783.

—— Transl. of the Hitopadesa and Sakuntala, and extracts from the Vedas.

—— The Institutes of Hindu Law, or Ordinances of Manu. [Beginning.]

—— Collected Works, ed. Teignmouth, Lord, 1799, rptd. 1807.

Max Müller, Friedrich. A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature … 1859; 2nd edn., 1860.

—— Lectures on the Science of Language. 2 vols. 1861–4; 9th edn., 1882.

—— A Sanskrit Grammar for Beginners. 1866; 2nd edn., 1870.

—— Chips from a German Work-shop. 4 vols. 1867–75.

—— The Stratification of Language. Rede Lecture. 1868.

—— Buddhist Nihilism. 1869.

—— Rig-Veda-Sanhita: the Sacred Hymns of the Brahmins … transl. and explained. 1869.

—— The Hymns of the Rig-Veda, 2 vols., 1873; 2nd edn., 1877.

—— Introduction to the Science of Religion. 1875.

—— The Origin and Growth of Religion, as illustrated by the Religions of India (Hibbert Lectures), 1878; new edn., 1879.

—— Sacred Books of the East. Vols. 1, X, XV, XXV, XXIX. Oxford, 1879–87.

—— Anecdota Oxoniensia, three pts., 1881, 1884, 1885.

—— India: What can it teach us? (Cambridge Lectures.) 1883. Biographical Essays. 1884. The Science of Thought. 1887. Biographies of Words, and the Home of the Aryas. 1888.

Monier-Williams, Sir Monier. Elementary Grammar of the Sanskrit Language, 1846; 2nd edn., Practical Grammar. Oxford, 1857; 1864.

—— English-Sanskrit Dictionary. 1851.

—— Sakuntala, ed. and transl. Hertford, 1853; transl. 6th edn., 1894.

—— Story of Nala. 1860.

—— Sanskrit-English Dictionary. 1872; new edn., 1899. Also works on the study of Hindustani.

Strong, Sandford Arthur. See Arabic Scholars.

Wilkins, Sir Charles. The Bhagvat-Geta, transl. 1785. The Heetopades, transl. Bath, 1787. The Story of … Sakoontala, transl. from the Mahäbhärata. 1795. Grammar of the Sanskrita Language. 1808.

Wilson, Horace Hayman. The Mégha Dta, or Cloud Messenger, with transl. in English verse. Calcutta, 1813, etc. Sanscrit-English Dictionary. Calcutta, 1819; 2nd edn., 1832. Hindu Theatre. 3 vols. Calcutta, 1827, etc. The Vishnu Purana, transl. 1840; new edn., 1867–70. Ariana Antiqua, a Descriptive Account of the Antiquities and Coins of Afghanistan. 1841. Introduction to Sanskrit Grammar. 1841. Rig-Veda Sanhita, transl.: vol. 1, 1850; new edn., 1868, II, 1854, III, 1857; completed by Cowell, E. B.; IV, 1866, V–VI, 1870. Collective edn. of Works. 12 vols. 1862–71.

Syriac Scholars

Bensly, Robert Lubbock. Syriac Bible; Hebrews, Cambridge, 1889; Gospels, ib. 1894; iv Maccabees, ed. Barnes, E. W., ib. 1894; Clemens Romanus, ed. Kennett, R. H., ib. 1899.

Cureton, William. The Antient Syriac Version of the Epistles of St. Ignatius, with Transl. and Notes, 1845; Vindiciae Ignatianae, 1846; Corpus Ignatianum, 1849; Spicilegium Syriacum, 1855; Remains of a very Antient Revision of the Four Gospels in Syriac, 1858; History of the Martyrs in Palestine, from Eusebius, 1861; Ancient Syriac documents … 1864; also Syriac texts, etc.

Smith, Robert Payne. Syriac transl. of Cyril’s Commentary on St. Luke’s Gospel. 1858. Transl. of Syriac text of Part III of the Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius. 1860. Latin Catalogue of Syriac MSS. in the Bodleian.

Thesaurus Syriacus. 1879–1901. Commentaries on Genesis (1885), Daniel (1886), etc.

Turkish Scholars

Gibb, Elias John Wilkinson. Ottoman prose and verse, transl. 1879–84. History of Ottoman poetry, vol. 1, 1900; vols. II–VI, ed. Browne, E. G., 1902–9. [Many of his books were bequeathed to the university library, Cambridge.]

Redhouse, Sir James William. Turkish Vade-Mecum, 1855, 1877, 1882; English and Turkish dictionary, 1856–7, 1884, 1887. A dictionary, English and Turkish, and Turkish and English, 1856; 2nd edn., 1880. Turkish and English lexicon, Constantinople, 1890. On the History, System, and Varieties of Turkish Poetry, 1879. Simplified grammar, 1884. The Mesneví of Mevlána, Bk 1, transl., 1881.

[MS. of ten vols. of Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and English dictionary, in library of British Museum.]


Arnold, Thomas (junior), (1823–1900). Ed. the English works of Wiclif (for Rolls series), 3 vols., 1869–71. A manual of English literature. 1862.

Bosworth, Joseph. Elements of Anglo-Saxon Grammar. 1823. Anglo-Saxon Dictionary. 1838; abridged, 1848. King Alfred’s Orosius, transl., 1855.

Bradshaw, Henry. See sect. VI (b), post.

Collins, John Churton (1848–1908). The Study of English Literature. 1891. Ephemera Critica. 1901. Studies in Poetry and Criticism. 1905.

Craik, George Lillie (1798–1866). History of English Literature and the English Language. 2 vols. 1861.

Earle, John (1824–1903). Anglo-Saxon Literature. 1884. A Handbook to the Land Charters and other Saxon Documents. 1888. English Prose, its Elements, History and Usage. 1890. The Psalter of 1539. 1894.

Ellis, Alexander John (1814–1890). On Early English Pronunciation. 1869–89. Treatises on philological, mathematical, musical, and other subjects.

Furnivall, Frederick James (1825–1910). Founder of the Early English Text society, 1864; extra series, 1867; the Chaucer society, and the Ballad society, 1868; the New Shakspere society, 1873; the Wiclif and the Browning society, 1881; and was a voluminous contributor to nearly all. With Hales, J. W.: Bishop Percy’s Folio MS. (the Percy Ballads). 3 vols. 1868. See, also, bibliography to Chaps. VIII–XII of Vol. V, ante.

F. J. Furnivall: A volume of personal record. Oxford, 1911.

Hales, John Wesley (1836–1914). Milton’s Areopagitica. Oxford, 1874; new edn., 1904. Folia litteraria. 1893. See, also, Furnivall, F. J., ante.

Kemble, John Mitchell. See, post, bibliography to Vol. XIV, chapter on Historians, etc.

Latham, Robert Gordon (1812–1888). Revised edn. of Johnson’s Dictionary, 1870; philological and ethnological works, 1840–78.

Lye, Edward. Etymologicum Anglicanum of Francis Junius, with an Anglo-Saxon Grammar. 1743. Sacrorum Evangeliorum Versio Gothica, with a Gothic Grammar. 1750. Dictionarium Saxonico- et Gothico-Latinum, completed by Manning, Owen. 2 vols., folio. 1772.

Macaulay, George Campbell (1852–1915). Francis Beaumont, a study. 1883.

The Complete Works of John Gower. 4 vols. Oxford, 1899–1902. James Thomson. (English Men of Letters series.) 1908.

Morley, Henry (1822–1894). English Writers, vol. 1 (before Chaucer), and vol. II, part 1 (from Chaucer to Dunbar), 1864–7; recast in II vols., last volume (under James I) with Griffin, W. H., 1887–95. A First Sketch of English Literature. 1873, and many later edns.

Morris, Richard. Ed. Chaucer, 6 vols., 1866; Prologue, Knighte’s Tale, and Nonne Preste’s Tale. 2nd edn., 1869. Specimens of Early English. 2 parts, 1866–72; new edn., 1885. Historical Outlines of English Accidence. 1872; 3rd edn., 1875. Ed. Hampole’s Pricke of Conscience, 1863; and many works for the Early English Text Society.

Murray, Lindley (1745–1826). English Grammar. 1795, and nearly 50 later edns.

Memoirs of the life and writings of Lindley Murray. Written by himself, with preface by Frank, Elizabeth. York, 1826.

Murray, Sir James Augustus Henry (1837–1915). Ed. A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles. Oxford, 1888 ff. The Evolution of English Lexicography. (Romanes Lecture.) Oxford, 1900.

Nares, Robert (1753–1829). A Glossary, or Collection of Words, Phrases, etc. which have been thought to require illustration in the Works of English Authors. 1822. Ed. Halliwell(-Phillipps), J. O., and Wright, T. 2 vols. 1859.

Nichol, John (1833–1894). Hannibal: a drama. Glasgow, 1873. Byron (English Men of Letters). 1880. Robert Burns. Edinburgh, 1882. Francis Bacon. 2 vols. 1888–9. Carlyle (English Men of Letters). 1892.

Skeat, Walter William. Parallel Extracts from MSS. of Piers Plowman, 1866; Piers Plowman, in four parts, 1867–84; the Crede, 1867; new edn., 1906; Prologue and Passus I–VII, 1869, etc.

—— Moeso-Gothic Glossary, 1868; the Gospel of St. Mark in Gothic, 1882; Barbour’s Bruce, 1870–89.

—— Specimens of English from 1394 to 1597. 1871, etc.

—— The Four Gospels in Anglo-Saxon and Northumbrian. 1871–87.

—— Bibliographical List of works in English Dialects (with Nodal, J. H.). 1873–7.

—— Etymological dictionary of the English Language, 1879–82; 4th edn., 1910; Concise Dictionary, 1882, etc.; new edns. (rewritten), 1901, 1911.

—— Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, 6 vols., 1894; The Student’s Chaucer, 1895, in Modern English, 6 vols., 1904–8; also separate editions of particular works, etc.

Sweet, Henry (1845–1914). An Anglo-Saxon Reader. Oxford, 1876. A new English Grammar. 2 parts. Ib. 1892–8. A Second Anglo-Saxon Reader. Ib. 1887. A Student’s Dictionary of Anglo-Saxon. Ib. 1897.

Taylor, Isaac (1829–1901). Words and Places, 1864, and later edns. Etruscan Researches, 1874. The Alphabet, 2 vols., 1883. Greeks and Goths, 1879. The Origin of the Aryans (Contemporary Science series), 1897–9. French transl. 1895.

The Family Pen. Memorials of the Taylor Family of Ongar. 2 vols. 1867.

Thorpe, Benjamin. Rask’s Anglo-Saxon Grammar, enlarged and improved. Copenhagen, 1830.

—— Caedmon’s Metrical Paraphrase of parts of the Holy Scriptures, in Anglo-Saxon, with English transl., notes, and verbal index. 1832.

—— Anglo-Saxon Version of the Story of Apollonius of Tyre, with transl. and glossary. 1834. Analecta Anglo-Saxonica. Oxford, 1834; new edns., 1846, 1868.

Thorpe, Benjamin. Ancient Laws and Institutes of England (from Ethelbert to Canut) with English transl. 1840. The Gospels in Anglo-Saxon. Oxford, 1842.

—— Codex Exoniensis (of Anglo-Saxon poems, etc.). 1842.

—— The Anglo-Saxon poems of Beowulf, with transl., notes and glossary. Oxford, 1855.

—— Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. (Rolls series.) 2 vols. 1861.

—— Diplomatarium Anglicum Aevi Saxonici. 1865.

Trench, Richard Chenevix. See, ante, bibliography to Chapter XII, and post to Vol. XIII, Chapter V.

Turner, Sharon. See, post, bibliography to Vol. XIV, chapter on Historians.

Wedgwood, Hensleigh (1803–1891). A Dictionary of English Etymology, 1857; 2nd edn., thoroughly revised and enlarged, 1872. Contested Etymologies. 1882. See, also, sect. V (b), post; and for Shakespeare scholars, see the bibliography to Vol. V, Chapters VIII–XII.

(i) General

Anderson, John Parker. The book of British Topography. 1881.

Antiquaries of London, Society of: Archaeologia, or miscellaneous tracts, relating to antiquity, since 1770, and Proceedings, since 1849; Vetusta Monumenta, ancient monuments of Great Britain, 6 vols., 1747–1842; Reports of Excavations at Silchester (1890–1909) in Archaeologia.

Archaeologia. See Antiquaries.

Archaeological Association, British: Journal, since 1843.

Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Royal: Archaeological Journal, since 1844.

Archaeological Papers, Index of, 1891, Gomme, (Sir) Laurence; also Papers of 1665–1890; Index, 1907.

Archaeological Society, London and Middlesex, founded 1885: Transactions.

Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Royal, founded 1823. Transactions, 1827–33; Journal, since 1834; Asiatic Monographs, since 1802.

British School at Athens: Annual. 1894–5, etc. (In progress.)

British School at Rome: Papers, 7 vols. 1902, etc. (In progress.)

Cambrian Archaeological Association (1846): Archaeologia Cambrensis, Ser. I–VI.

Cambridge Antiquarian Society, founded 1840: Proceedings, octavo and quarto series.

Cymmodorion, Honourable Society of (1751–1773), revived in 1820: Transactions, etc.

Egypt Exploration Fund: Annual Report, since 1882; Archaeological Report, since 1892; Archaeological Survey, Memoirs 1–21; Graeco-Roman Branch, vols. X–XII; Journal, since 1914.

Folk-lore Society, founded 1878: Folk-lore Record (1878–82), Folk-lore Journal (1883–9), Folk-lore, since 1890.

Gentleman’s Magazine Library, The, ed. Gomme, (Sir) Laurence, in 9 parts: (1) Manners and Customs; (2) Dialect and Popular Sayings; (3) Popular Superstitions and Traditions; (4) Archaeology, Geol. and Prehistoric; (5) Archaeology, Roman and Saxon; (6) Archaeology, Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian; (7) Romano-British Remains, 2 vols.; (8) Literary History; (9) Topography. 1883–1906.

Godwin, Henry. The English Archaeologist’s Hand-book. 1867.

Hellenic Studies, Society for the promotion of: Journal, since 1880.

Hotten, John Camden (1832–1873). Handbook to the Topography and Family History of England and Wales. 1870.

India, Archaeological Survey of, Annual Reports. Calcutta, 1871, etc. (In progress.)

Indian Thibet, Antiquities of, by Francke, A. H. Part 1. Calcutta, 1915.

Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society. 62 vols. Edited by Fishwick, H., Earwaker, J. P., and others. 1878–1911.

London Topographical Society: London Topographical Record. Vols. 1–IX. 1900, etc. (In progress.) [The Topographical Society of London, from which the L. T. S. was reorganised was founded in 1880.]

Lyell, Arthur H. A bibliographical list descriptive of Romano-British Architectural Remains in Great Britain. Cambridge, 1912.

Malcolm, James Peller (1767–1815). Lives of topographers and antiquaries who have written concerning the antiquities of England. 1815.

Palestine Exploration Fund: Quarterly Statement, since 1869.

Roman Britain in 1913, and 1914. Bibliography by Haverfield, F., in British Academy Supplemental Papers, II, 1914, pp. 34–58, and III, 1915, pp. 38–66.

Roman Studies, Society for the promotion of: Journal, since 1911.

Surrey Archaeological Collections. 26 vols., and extra vols. on Surrey Fines, and Waverley Abbey. 1858–1913.

Sussex Archaeological Collections. 56 vols. 1853–1914.

Upcott, William (1779–1845). A Bibliographical Account of the Principal Works relating to English Topography. 3 vols. 1818.

—— Original Letters, Manuscripts, and State Papers (32,000 letters, illustrated with 3000 portraits). Privately ptd. 1836.

For list of Antiquarian Societies see article by Tedder, H. R., in Encyclopaedia Britannica, edn. 1911, vol. XXV, p. 318 a; and, for Bibliographies of the several Counties, see The Victoria County Histories (in progress).

(ii) Particular Writers

Akerman, John Yonge (1806–1873). Archaeological Index to Remains of Celtic, Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon Periods, 1848. Remains of Saxon Pagandom (from tumuli, etc.), 1852–5. Articles in Numismatic Journal.

Allen, Thomas (1803–1833). History and Antiquities of Lambeth, 1824–7; of London, etc., 4 vols., 1827–9. History of the County of York, 6 vols., 1828–31; of Lincoln, 2 vols., Leeds, 1830; of Surrey, and Sussex, 2 vols., 1829–30.

Anderson, Joseph. Scotland in Early Christian Times. Edinburgh, 1881–2. Scotland in Pagan Times. Ib. 1883–6. Early Christian Monuments of Scotland. Ib. 1903; etc.

Avebury, Lord, see Lubbock, Sir John.

Baines, Edward (1774–1848). History of Yorkshire, 1822–3; of Lancashire, 4 vols., 1836.

Baker, George. History and Antiquities of Northamptonshire. 5 parts. 1822–41.

Bateman, Thomas (1821–1861) and Glover, Stephen (d. 1869). Vestiges of the Antiquities of Derbyshire. 1848.

Bates, Cadwallader John. Border Holds of Northumberland, in Archaeologia Aeliana, vol. XV, pp. 1–465, 1891. [Unfinished.] History of Northumberland, 1895.

Bayley, John [Whitcomb] (d. 1869). History and Antiquities of the Tower of London. 2 vols. 1821–5.

Beddoe, John (1826–1911), M.D., physician and anthropologist. Contributions to Scottish Ethnology, 1853. The Races of Britain, 1885. The Anthropological History of Europe, 1891. Memories of Eighty Years. 1910.

Bentham, James (1708–1794). History of Ely Cathedral. 1771; 2nd edn., 1812. Supplement by Stevenson, William, 1814.

Besant, Sir Walter (1836–1901). London, 1892. Westminster, 1895. South London, 1899. Survey of London (in the Time of the Tudors, and the Stuarts). 3 vols., 1902–4. [Unfinished.]

Billings, Robert William (1813–1874). Architectural Illustrations and Description of the Cathedral Church of Durham, 1843. Architectural Antiquities of the County of Durham, 1846. The baronial and ecclesiastical Antiquities of Scotland, 4 vols., 1845–52.

Bond, Thomas (1765–1837). History and Description of Corfe Castle. 1884.

Boutell, Charles (1812–1877). Monumental Brasses of England, 1849; Manual of British Archaeology, 1859.

Brand, John. Observations on Popular Antiquities, including the whole of H. Bourne’s Antiquitates Vulgares, with addenda to every chapter of that work. 1777. New edns., by Ellis, Sir Henry, 1813, 1843, 1849.

—— The History and Antiquities of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 2 vols. 1789.

—— Many papers in Archaeologia.

Bray, William. See Manning, Owen.

Brayley, Edward Wedlake. Views in Suffolk, Norfolk, and Northamptonshire, illustrative of the works of Robert Bloomfield. 1806. Lambeth Palace. 1806.

—— The History of the Abbey Church of Westminster. 2 vols. 1818.

—— Topographical Sketches of Brighthelmstone. 1825.

—— Historical and Descriptive Accounts of Theatres in London. 1826.

—— Londiniana. 1829.

—— History of Surrey. 5 vols. 1841–8.

See, also, Britton, John.

Britton, John, with Brayley, E. W. The Beauties of Wiltshire, vols. 1, II, 1801, vol. III, 1825; The Beauties of England and Wales, 9 vols.; with continuation in 9 more vols. by others, 1801–15. History of the Palace and Houses of Parliament. 1834–6.

—— Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain. 9 vols. 1805–14. Cathedral Antiquities of England, 6 vols., 1814–15; Historical Account of Redcliffe Church, Bristol, 1813; Illustrations of Fonthill Abbey, 1823; Architectural Antiquities of Normandy, with illustrations by Pugin, 1828; Picturesque Antiquities of English Cities, 1830.

Autobiography. 1850. Descriptive Account of his Literary Works, by Jones, T. E.

Brownlow, W. R. See Northcote, James Spencer.

Bruce, John Collingwood. The Roman Wall, 1851; 3rd edn., 1867. Hand-book to the Roman Wall, 1863; 6th edn., 1909. Lapidarium Septentrionale, 1875; etc.

Chalmers, George. Treaties between Great Britain and other Powers, 2 vols., 1750–90; Annals of the Colonies, 1780; 2nd edn., Boston, 1845. Lives of Ruddiman, 1794, of Sir David Lyndsay, 3 vols., 1806, and of Mary, Queen of Scots, 3 vols., 1822. Caledonia: an account of … North Britain. 1807–24.

Clark, George Thomas. Mediaeval Military Architecture in England. 2 vols. 1884.

Clark, John Willis. Architectural History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, by Willis, Robert, and C. 4 vols. Cambridge, 1886. Concise Guide to Cambridge. 1898. Barnwell Priory. 1897, 1907. The Care of Books. 1901. With Hughes, T. McK.: Life and Letters of Professor Sedgwick. 2 vols. 1890. Life. By Shipley, A. E. 1914.

Clarke, Hyde (b. 1815). Researches in Prehistoric and Protohistoric Comparative Philology, Mythology, and Archaeology, in connection with the Origin of Culture in America and the Accad or Sumerian Families, 1875. Serpent and Siva Worship and Mythology in Central America, Africa, and Asia. 1876.

Clutterbuck, Robert (1772–1831). History and Antiquities of Hertfordshire. 3 vols. 1815–27.

Collinson, John (1757?–1793). Beauties of British Antiquity selected from the writings of esteemed Antiquaries, 1779. History and Antiquities of Somerset, 3 vols. Bath, 1791.

Corstopitum. Reports of the Excavations in 1907–10. By Forster, R. H., Knowles, W. H., Craster, H. H. E., Haverfield, F., and others. Vols. IV–VI. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1908–11.

—— The Romano-British site of Corstopitum, Corbridge, Northumberland. An account of the excavations. London and Newcastle, 1910.

Cumming, Joseph George (1812–1868). Antiquitates Manniae; antiquities of the Isle of Man, Douglas, 1857, 1868; Ruins and other monumental remains of the Isle of Man, 1857.

Cunningham, Major-General Sir Alexander. An Essay on the Arian Order of Architecture, as exhibited in the Temples of Kashmir. Calcutta, 1848. The Bhilsa Topes, or Buddhist Monuments of Central India. 1854. Ladák. Statistical and Historical; with notices of the surrounding countries. 1854. The Ancient Geography of India; 1, The Buddhist Period. 1871. Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum. Calcutta, 1879. The Stupa of Bharhut. 1879, Book of Indian eras. 1883.

Curle, James. A Roman frontier post and its people: the fort of Newstead in the parish of Melrose. Glasgow, 1911.

Cussans, John Edwin (1837–1899). History of Hertfordshire. 3 vols. 1870–3.

De Ros, Lord. Memorials of the Tower of London. 1866.

Duncumb, John (1765–1839). History of Herefordshire. 3 vols. 1804–12. Completed, 1866–82.

Dunraven, third earl of, Wyndham-Quin, E. R. W. (1812–1871). Notes on Irish Architecture. Ed. Stokes, Margaret M. 2 vols. 1875–7.

Earwaker, John Parsons (1847–1895). East Cheshire. 1877–81. The Recent Discoveries of Roman Remains in Chester. Manchester, 1889; etc.

Elliot, Sir Walter (1803–1887). Hindu Inscriptions. 1837.

—— Coins of Southern India. 1885.

Ellis, Sir Henry. Ed. Brand’s Popular Antiquities. 1813, 1843, 1849.

—— Introduction to Domesday Book. 1816.

Ellis, Sir Henry. Original Letters illustrative of English History. First series, 1824; second series, 1827; third series, 1846.

—— Two vols. on the Elgin and Phigaleian Marbles (1833); and two on the Townley Gallery (1836), in The Library of Entertaining Knowledge.

Englefield, Sir Henry C. (1752–1822). Description of the Principal Beauties, Antiquities, etc., of the Isle of Wight. 2 vols., folio. 1816.

Evans, Sir John. The Coins of the Ancient Britons, 1864; Suppl. 1890. The Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments of Great Britain, 1872; 2nd edn., 1897. The Ancient Bronze Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments of Great Britain and Ireland, 1881.

—— Papers in Archaeologia, especially on Flint Implements in the Drift. 1860–2; etc.

Eyton, Robert William (1815–1881). Antiquities of Shropshire. 12 vols. 1853–60. Domesday Studies, Somerset, 1880; Staffordshire, 1881.

Fairholt, Frederick William (1814–1866). Costume in England. 1846. 3rd edn. 2 vols. 1860.

—— Miscellaneous Remains of Londesborough. 1857.

—— Rambles of an Archaeologist among Old Books and Old Places. 1871.

—— Ed. Satirical songs and poems on Costume (Percy soc. Pub.). 1849.

Fenton, Richard (1746–1821). Historical Tour through Pembrokeshire. 1811.

Fergusson, James. The Illustrated Hand-book of Architecture, 1855, 2nd edn., 1859. History of the Modern Styles of Architecture, 1862. Rock-cut Temples of India, 1864. Tree and Serpent Worship, 1868 and 1873. Rude Stone Monuments, 1872. The Cave-Temples of India, 1880; etc.

Fordyce, William. History and Antiquities of the County of Durham. 2 vols. 1857.

Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley (1770–1842). British Monachism. 1802. 2nd edn., 1817. New edn., 2 vols. 1843. History of the County of Gloucester (from the papers of Bigland, Ralph). 2 vols. 1807. Encyclopaedia of Antiquities and Elements of Archaeology. 2 vols. 1822–3. New edn. 1843. The Arts, Manners, Manufactures, and Institutions of the Romans. 2 vols. 1833–5; etc.

Fowler, William (1761–1832). Coloured Engravings of Roman Pavements, Stained Glass, etc. Atlas-folio. York, 1804.

Franks, Sir Augustus Wollaston. Ed. with Latham, R. G., Kemble’s Horae Ferales, 1863. Numerous memoirs on archaeological subjects, and catalogue of F. ’s own collection of porcelain.

Gough, Richard. A Catalogue of the Coins of Canute, King of Denmark. 1777.

—— Anecdotes of British Topography. 1768; enlarged edn., 2 vols., 1780.

—— Sepulchral Monuments of Great Britain, applied to illustrate the history of families, manners, habits, and arts at the different periods from the Norman Conquest to the Seventeenth Century. 2 vols. 1786–99.

—— English edition of Camden’s Britannia. 1789.

—— History of Pleshy in Essex. 1803.

—— An Account of the Coins of the Seleucidae, Kings of Syria. 1804.

—— History of the Society of Antiquaries of London, prefixed to their Archaeologia.

—— An Account of the Bedford Missal. [In MS.] Catalogue of Books relating to British Topography, etc., bequeathed by G. to the Bodleian. Oxford, 1814.

Graves, James (1815–1886) [founder, with Prim, J. G., of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society, 1849]. St. Canice Cathedral, Kilkenny. 1857.

Greenwell, William (b. 1820). British Barrows, 1877. Durham Cathedral, 1881. Electrum Coinage of Cyzicus, 1887.

—— Ed. Boldon Buke, 1852; Bishop Hatfield’s Survey, 1857; Wills and Inventories from the Durham Registry, vol. II, 1859; Feodarium Prioratus Dunelmensis, 1872 (all Surtees society). Papers in Archaeologia, Journal of Royal Archaeological Institute, Numismatic Chronicle, Trans. of Durham and Northumberland Archaeological Society, etc.

Grose, Francis. The Antiquities of England and Wales, 6 vols., 1773–87; Scotland, 2 vols., 1789–91; Ireland, 2 vols., 1791. A Treatise on Ancient Armour and Weapons, 1785–9. Military Antiquities, 2 vols., 1786–8, etc.

Grub, George. See Robertson, Joseph.

Guest, Edwin (1800–1880). Origines Celticae. Edd. Stubbs, W. and Deedes, C. 1883; etc.

Hargrove, William (1788–1862). History of York, 3 vols., 1818.

Hasted, Edward (1732–1812). History and Topographical Survey of Kent. 4 vols. Canterbury, 1778–99; 2nd edn., 12 vols., 1797–1801.

Hatcher, Henry (1777–1846). Historical Account of Old and New Sarum. 1834. Contributor to Hoare’s Modern Wilshire, Britton’s Beauties of Wiltshire, 1825, and Picturesque Antiquities, 1830.

Hoare, Sir Richard Colt (1758–1838). Ed. Giraldus Cambrensis, Itinerarium Cambriae, 1804. The History of Ancient Wiltshire, 1810–21. The Modern History of South Wiltshire, 1822–43, etc.

Horsfield, Thomas Walker (d. 1837), and Cooper, William Durrant (1812–1875). History and Topography of Sussex. 1835.

Hume, Abraham (1814–1884). The Antiquities of Cheshire. 1863. Learned societies and printing clubs of the United Kingdom, 1847; enlarged 1853.

Hunter, Joseph. See sect. v (b), Literary Antiquaries, post.

Hutchins, John (1698–1773). History and Antiquities of Dorset, 1774; ed. Gough, 1796–1815; edd. Shipp and Hodson, 1861–75.

Hutchinson, William (1732–1814). View of Northumberland, 2 vols., 1776–8. History of Durham, 3 vols., 1785–94; and of Cumberland, 1794–98.

Hutton, William (1723–1815). History of Birmingham, 1782; and of Derby, 1791. Included in collective edn. of Works, 8 vols., 1817.

Jefferson, Samuel (1809–1846). History and Antiquities of Carlisle (1838); and of Cumberland, 2 vols. Carlisle, 1840–2.

Jeffrey, Alexander (1806–1874). History and Antiquities of Roxburghshire. Edinburgh, 1836. Rewritten, 4 vols., 1857–64.

Jewitt, Llewellyn Frederick William (1816–1888). Hand-book of English Coins, 1864, 1881; English Coins and Tokens, 1886. Grave-Mounds and their Contents. 1870. Domesday-Book of Derbyshire. Folio. 1871. Half-hours among some English Antiquities. 1877, 1879.

Kenrick, John. History of Ancient Egypt. 1850. History of Phoenicia. 1857. Roman Sepulchral Inscriptions. 1858. Selection of Papers on Archaeology and History. 1864. [Also many tutorial works.]

Lee, John Edward (1808–1887). Isca Silurum, or An Illustrated Catalogue of the Museum of Antiquities at Caerleon. 1862.

Leslie, F. The Early Races of Scotland, and other Monuments. 1866.

Lipscomb, George (1773–1846). History of Buckinghamshire, 8 parts, in 4 vols., 1831–47; etc.

Logan, James. The Scottish Gael, or Celtic Manners as preserved among the Highlanders, 1831. Clans of the Scottish Highlanders, 1843–9.

Lubbock, (Sir) John, Lord Avebury. Prehistoric Times, 1865, 6th edn., 1900; The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man, 1870, 6th edn., 1902; etc.

Lysons, Daniel. Magna Britannia: an Account of the … Counties of Great Britain. 1806–22. [Begun in conjunction with his brother, Lysons, Samuel; deals with ten counties from Bedfordshire to Devonshire, in alphabetical order.] The Environs of London, 6 vols., 1792–1811; 2nd edn., 4 vols., 1811.

Lysons, Samuel. Reliquiae Britannico-Romanae, containing Figures of Roman Antiquities discovered in England, 2 vols., 1801–17; included in later edn., 3 vols., 1813–17. See Lysons, Daniel.

McCaul, John. Britanno-Roman Inscriptions. 1863. Christian Epitaphs of the First Six Centuries. Toronto and London, 1869.

Mackenzie, Sir James Dixon. The Castles of England, their Story and their Structure. 1897.

Malcolm, James Peller (1767–1815). Londinium Redivivum. 4 vols. 1802–5. Lives of topographers and antiquaries who have written concerning the antiquities of England. 1815.

Manning, Owen (1721–1801), and Bray, William (1736–1832). History and Antiquities of Surrey. 3 vols. 1804–14.

Meyrick, Sir Samuel Rush (1783–1848). A critical inquiry into ancient armour. 3 vols. 1824; new edn., 1844.

Mitchell, Arthur (1826–1909). The Past in the Present. (Rhind Lectures.) Edinburgh, 1880.

Moore, Arthur William (1853–1909). History of the Isle of Man. 1900.

Morgan, Thomas. Romano-British Pavements, a History of their Discovery and a Record and Interpretation of their Designs, with plates … of the most important Mosaics. 1886.

Neilson, George (b. 1858). Trial by Combat. 1890. Per lineam Valli. 1891.

Nicholas, Thomas (1820–1879). History and Antiquities of Glamorganshire. 1874.

Nichols, John. Bibliographica Topographica Britannica, 10 vols. (with Gough, Richard, 1780–90). 1780–1800. The Progresses of Queen Elizabeth. 1788–1821. History and Antiquities of the Town and County of Leicester. 8 vols. 1795–1815. Index to the nine vols. of Bowyer’s Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century. 1812–16. Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century, vols. I–IV, followed by vols. V–VIII, edited by his son, Nichols, John Bowyer, and his grandson, Nichols, John Gough, 1828–58.

Norris, Edwin. Kapur-di-Giri rock-inscription, in the Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society. 1845. The Ancient Cornish Drama, with a Sketch of Cornish Grammar. 2 vols. 1859. Assyrian Dictionary, Aleph to Nun. 3 vols. 1868–72.

Northcote, James Spencer (1821–1907), and Brownlow, W. R. Roma Sotterranea. 1869.

Oliver, J. R. Monumenta de Insula Manniae, 3 parts. (Manx society.) 1860–2.

O’Neil, Henry (1817–1881). Ancient Crosses of Ireland, 1853; The most interesting of the Sculptured Crosses of Ancient Ireland, 1857; The Fine Arts and Civilization of Ancient Ireland, 1863.

Ormerod, George (1785–1873). History of Cheshire. 3 vols. 1819. Ed. Helsby, T., 1882.

Perry, J. T. and Henman, C. Illustrations of Medieval Antiquities in the County of Durham. Oxford, 1867.

Petrie, George. Essay on Round Towers. 1833; enlarged in Trans. Royal Irish Acad. vol. XX; also, separately, as Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland, 1845. Essay on the Military Architecture of Ireland, MS. in the library of the Royal Irish Academy. History and Antiquities of Tara Hill. Trans. Royal Irish Acad., vol. XVIII, 1843.

Stokes, William. Life and Labours in Art and Archaeology of George Petrie. 1868.

Phelps, William (1776–1856). History of Somersetshire. 7 parts. 1835–9.

Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane Fox (1827–1900). Excavations at Cranborne Chase, 4 vols., 1887–1905. Various anthropological and archaeological addresses.

Planché, James Robinson. History of British Costumes, 1834; new edn. of Strutt’s Regal and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of England. 1842. See, also, bibliography to Vol. XIII, Chap. VIII, post.

Prinsep, James. Benares illustrated. Calcutta, 1831; Essays on Indian Antiquities, collected by Thomas, Edward. 2 vols. 1858.

Raine, James. History and Antiquities of North Durham. 2 vols. 1830–52. See, also, Surtees, Robert.

Raine, John. History and Antiquities of Blyth [near Rotherham]. 1861.

Rhind, Alexander Henry. The law of treasure-trove. 1858. Thebes, its Tombs and their Tenants. 1862; etc.

Rich, Anthony (1804–1891). A Dictionary of Roman and Greek Antiquities. 1849. 3rd edn. 1873.

Robertson, Eben William (1815–1874). Scotland and her Early Kings. 1862; Historical Essays. 1872.

Robertson, Joseph (1810–1866) and Grub, George (1812–1892). Topography and Antiquities of Aberdeen and Banff, 4 vols. Spalding club, 1843–69. Also four other volumes edited for the same club.

Robertson, William Archibald Scott (1836–1897). Kentish Archaeology, parts 1–VI. 1876–84.

Rolleston, George (1829–1881). Forms of Animal Life, 1872; British Barrows, 1877; Prehistoric Fauna, 1880.

Scarth, Harry Mengden (1814–1890). Roman Bath, 1864; Picturesque Bath, 1881; Roman Britain, 1883.

Scott, Sir Walter. Border Antiquities. 2 vols. 1814. See bibliography to Chap. 1, ante.

Seebohm, Frederic. See bibliography to Vol. XIV, chapter on Historians.

Shaw, Stebbing (1762–1802). History and Antiquities of Staffordshire. 2 vols. 1798–1801.

Silchester Excavations in 1890–1909. Reports in Archaeologia.

Simpson, Sir James Young (1811–1870). Archaeological Essays. 1873.

Smith, Alfred Charles (b. 1822). British and Roman Antiquities of the North Wiltshire Downs (Wilts. Arch. soc.). 1885.

Smith, Charles Roach. Illustrations of Roman London, 1859. Collectanea, 1848, etc. Articles in Archaeologia, and Numismatic Chronicle.

Smith, John Thomas (1766–1833). Antiquities of London. 1791–1800. Antiquities of the City of Westminster. 1807;1837.

Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn. See bibliography to Chap. XIV, ante.

Stephens, George (1813–1895). The Old Northern Runic Monuments of Scandinavia and England, now first collected and deciphered, 3 vols., 1866–84; abridged Handbook, 1884.

Stuart, John. The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, 1856. The Book of Deer, 1869. A lost chapter in the History of Mary Queen of Scots, 1874.

Stuart, Robert. Caledonia Romana: a treatise on the influence of the Romans in Scotland, 1845; revised by Thomson, David, 1852. Views and Notices of Glasgow in Former Times, 1848.

Suckling, Alfred Inigo (1796–1856). Memorials of Essex, 1845. History and Antiquities of Suffolk. 2 vols. 1846–8.

Surtees, Robert. History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham. 4 vols. (Vol. IV, ed. by Raine, James.) 1816–40.

Taylor, James W. Historical Antiquities of Fife (chiefly ecclesiastical). 2 vols. Cupar-Fife, 1861–8; 2nd edn., Edinburgh, 1875.

Thomas, Edward. Coins of the Patan Sultans of Hindustan, 1847, Dehli, 1851; The Chronicles of the Pathán Kings of Deh’li, illustrated by Coins, Inscriptions, and other Antiquarian Remains, 1871; Records of the Gupta Dynasty, illustrated by Inscriptions and Coins, 1876.

Tod, James. Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan (Western Rajputana), 2 vols., 1829–32. Travels in Western India, 1839.

Vaux, William Sandys Wright (1818–1885). Nineveh and Persepolis, 1850. 4th edn., 1855. Handbook to the Antiquities in the British Museum. 1851. Persia, 1875; and Greek Cities and Islands of Asia Minor, 1877, in Ancient History from the Monuments.

Wakeman, W. F. Handbook of Irish Antiquities. 1848. Archaeologia Hibernica. 1849.

Walcott, Mackenzie Edward Charles. Traditions and Customs of Cathedrals. 1872. History of the Cathedrals, Conventual Foundations, Collegiate Churches, and Hospitals of Scotland. 1874.

Warne, Charles (1802–1887). Dorsetshire: its Vestiges, Celtic, Roman, Saxon, and Danish, 1865. The Celtic Tumuli of Dorset, 1866. Ancient Dorset: the Celtic, Roman, Saxon, and Danish Antiquities; including the Early Coinage, 1872.

Warren, Sir Charles. See Wilson, Sir C. W.

Watkin, William Thompson. Roman Lancashire. 1883. Roman Cheshire. 1886. Manuscript collections in the Chetham Library, Manchester.

Westropp, Hodder M. (d. 1884). Handbook of Archaeology: Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman. 1867; 2nd edn., 1878. Prehistoric Phases; or Introductory Essays on Prehistoric Archaeology. 1872. Manual of Precious Stones and Antique Gems. 1874. Handbook of Pottery and Porcelain, 1880, etc.

Westwood, John Obadiah (1805–1893). Palaeographia Sacra Pictoria. 1843–5. Facsimiles of Miniatures and Ornaments of Anglo-Saxon MSS. 1868. Lapidarium Walliae (Cambrian Arch. soc.). 1876–9.

Whitaker, Thomas Dunham. An History of the Original Parish of Whalley and Honour of Clitheroe, in the Counties of Lancaster and York, Blackburn, 1801; 2nd edn., with additions, 1806. The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven in the County of York, 1805; 2nd edn., enlarged, 1812. The Topography of … Leedes, and Parts Adjacent, by Ralph Thoresby (1715); 2nd edn., with Notes and Additions by Whitaker, T. D. Leeds, 1816. An Account of the Parish of Cartmell, Lancashire. 1818. An History of Richmondshire. 2 vols. 1823.

White, Thomas Pilkington. Archaeological Sketches in Scotland; Kintyre and Knapdale. 2 vols. 1873–5.

Wilde, Sir William Robert Willis. Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, with 636 illustrations. 1857–62. Memoir of Gabriel Beranger, and of his Labours in the Cause of Irish Art and Antiquities (1760–80). Dublin, 1880; etc.

Williams (Ab Ithel), John (1811–1862). Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the Cymry, or The Ancient British Church. 1844. Chronicle of the Princes, 1860, and Annales Cambriae, 1860, in Rolls series; Rules of Welsh Poetry, 1856, and Medical Practice of Rhinwallon and his Sons, 1856, in Welsh MSS. Soc.; etc.

Williams, George (1814–1878). The Holy City. 1845, 1849.

Willis, Robert (1800–1875). See Clark, John Willis, ante.

Wilson, Sir Charles William (1836–1905). With Palmer, Henry Spencer: Ordnance Survey of the Peninsula of Sinai. 5 vols. 1869–71. With Warren, (Sir) Charles etc.: The Recovery of Jerusalem, etc., 1871. Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt. 4 vols. 1880–5. From Korti to Khartoum, 1883; 4th edn., 1886. Handbooks for Asia Minor, 1892, and Constantinople, 1895.

Wilson, Sir Daniel. The Archaeology and Prehistoric Annals of Scotland, 1851. Prehistoric Man. 2 vols., 1863; 2nd edn., 1865.

Wilson, Horace Hayman. See Sanskrit Scholars, in sect. III, Oriental Scholars.

Wood, J. T. (died c. 1888). Discoveries at Ephesus, including the Site and Remains of the Great Temple of Diana. 1877. Modern Discoveries on the Site of Ancient Ephesus. 1890.

Worth, Richard Nicholls (1837–1896). History of County of Devon (Popular County Histories). 1886, 1889.

Wright, Thomas. History of Essex. 1836. Queen Elizabeth and her Times. 2 vols. 1838. The Archaeological Album, or Museum of National Antiquities. 1845. Essays on Archaeological Subjects of the Middle Ages. 2 vols. 1846. The Celt, the Roman, and the Saxon. 1852, 1861, 1875, 1885. History of Domestic Manners and Sentiments in England, during the Middle Ages. 1862; etc. History of Caricature and Grotesque in Literature and Art. 1865.

Yates, James. Textrinum Antiquum, an account of the art of weaving among the Ancients. 1843. Numerous articles in Smith’s Dictionary of Antiquities.


Arber, Edward. Ed. English Reprints, 1868 ff.; An English Garner, 8 vols., 1877–96; The English Scholar’s Library, 1895 ff.; Registers of the Company of Stationers of London, 1875–94; The first printed English New Testament; The first three English books on America, Birmingham, 1885; The Term Catalogues, 1904–6.

Atkinson, Robert. Ed. Vie de Seint Auban, a Poem in Norman-French, ascribed to Matthew Paris. Dublin, 1876. The Book of Leinster (Royal Irish Academy), Dublin, 1880. The Book of Ballymote, a collection of pieces (Prose and Verse) in the Irish Language; now for the first time published, from the original MS. in the library of the Royal Irish Academy, with introduction. Dublin, 1887. The Passions and Homilies from the Leabhar Breac, 1897. Joint editor of Irish Liber Hymnorum. 2 vols. 1898.

Bain, Joseph, and Rogers, C. Ed. Liber Protocollorum M. C. Simonis Notarii Publici et Scribae Glasguensis, 1499–1513; also Rental Book of the Diary of Glasgow, 1509–1570 (Grampian club Pub.). Edinburgh, 1875.

Bond, Sir Edward Augustus. Ed. four volumes of facsimiles of Anglo-Saxon Charters from 679 to the Conquest. Ed. Speeches in the Trial of Warren Hastings. 1859–61.

Boswell, Sir Alexander. Reprinted, under title Frondes Caducae, Lodge’s Fig for Momus; Churchyard’s Myrrour of Man; The Book of the Chess; George Whetstone’s Remembraunce of the Life of Sir Nicholas Bacon; the Colloquium inter Deum et Euam, etc. Auchinleck press, 1816–18.

Botfield, Beriah. Catalogues of the Library of Durham Cathedral. Surtees society. 1840. Manners and Household Expenses of England in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Roxburghe club. 1841. John Row’s History of the Kirk of Scotland. Maitland club. 1842. The Buke of Order of Knighthood. Abbotsford club. 1847. Notes on the Cathedral Libraries of England. 1849. Original Letters on Ecclesiastical Affairs of Scotland in 1603–25. Bannatyne club. 1851. Bibliotheca Hearniana (1848), reprinted in Reliquiae Hearnianae. 1869. Prefaces to the Editiones Principes of the Greek and Roman Classics, and of the Sacred Scriptures. 1861.

Bruce, John. See bibliography to chapter on Historians, etc., Vol. XIV, post.

Christie, Richard Copley. See bibliography to chapter on Historians, etc., Vol. XIV, post.

Cooper, Charles Henry. Guide to Cambridge, 1831. Annals of Cambridge (695–1849), 4 vols., 1842–53, vol. V (1850–6), with index, 1908. Athenae Cantabrigienses, 1858–61. Memorials of Cambridge, 1858–66. Memoir of Margaret, Countess of Richmond, ed. Mayor, J. E. B., 1874. [Left much biographical material in manuscript.]

Cooper, Charles Purton. An Account of the Public Records. 1832. Catalogue of the collection of old French Law, presented by C. to Lincoln’s Inn.

Coote, Henry Charles (1815–1885). Legal Treatises. A Neglected Fact in English History, 1804; The Romans of Britain, 1878.

Croker, Thomas Crofton. Researches in the South of Ireland, 1824. Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland, 1825. Legends of the Lakes, 1828; new edn., 1853. Popular Songs of Ireland, 1839. Memoirs of Joseph Holt, General of the Irish Rebels in 1798. 2 vols. 1838.

Dalyell, Sir John Graham. Scottish poems of the sixteenth century, 1801. Monastic antiquities, 1809. The darker superstitions of Scotland, 1834.

Dowson, John (1820–1881). The Brotherhood of Purity, describing the Contention between Man and Beasts as to the Superiority of the Human Race, transl. from the Hindustani. 1869. Hindustani Grammar. 1872. A Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology and Religion, Geography, History, and Literature. 1879; 2nd edn., 1888.

Ferguson, Sir Samuel (1810–1886). The Forging of the Anchor. Illustd. edn., 1883. Also, other poems. Papers on Irish Antiquities in the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, 1876. Ogham Inscriptions in Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Ed. by Ferguson, Lady. 1887.

Forshall, J. See Madden, Sir F.

Gilbert, Sir John Thomas. See bibliography to chapter on Historians in Vol. XIV, post.

Graves, Charles, bishop of Limerick (1812–1899). Suggestions on editing and translating the old Irish laws. 1851. Papers on the interpretation of the Ogham inscriptions, bibliography in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, series III, vol. VI, 1900, p. 334.

Hardy, Sir Thomas Duffus. Ed. The Close Rolls, 2 vols., 1833–44; the Patent Rolls, 1835; the Rotuli de oblatis et finibus, 1835; the Rotuli Normanniae, 1835; the Charter Rolls, 1837; the Liberate Rolls, 1844; also Modus tenendi parliamentum, 1846.

—— Catalogue of Lords Chancellors, Keepers of the Great Seal, Masters of the Rolls and Officers of the Court of Chancery. 1843.

Hardy, Sir Thomas Duffus. Preface to Henry Petrie’s Monumenta Historica Britannica. 1848.

—— Descriptive Catalogue of Materials relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland. 3 vols. 1862–71.

—— Ed. William of Malmesbury, De gestis regum Anglorum, 2 vols., 1840; continued John le Neve’s Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 3 vols., Oxford, 1854; English Syllabus of documents in Rymer’s Foedera, 3 vols., 1869–85.

—— Memoirs of Henry, Lord Langdale. 1783–1851. The Athanasian Creed in connection with the Utrecht Psalter. 1872. Further Report on the Utrecht Psalter. 1874.

Halsewood, Joseph (1769–1833). Ed. Tusser’s Five Hundred Points, 1810; The Mirror for Magistrates, 1815; etc. Account of Joseph Ritson, 1824.

Hunter, Joseph. Hallamshire, 1819; enlarged, 1869. South Yorkshire, the history and topography of the Deanery of Doncaster. 1828–31. Ed. Cresacre More’s Life of More, 1828; Thoresby’s Diary, 1830. On Shakespeare’s Tempest, 1839; Thomas Cartwright’s Diary, 1843. Robin Hood. 1852.

Many of his MSS. are in the British Museum.

Innes, Cosmo. Ed. Rescinded Acts, and Acts of the Scots Parliament, 1124–1707; also many works for Bannatyne, Maitland, and Spalding clubs.

—— Scotland in the Middle Ages, 1860. Sketches of Early Scotch History and Social Progress, 1861. Lectures on Scotch Legal Antiquities, 1872.

Irish Texts society, The (founded 1898). Two dictionaries and 13 texts published, 1899–1913; others in preparation.

James, Montague Rhodes. Catalogue of MSS. at Peterhouse, 1899; Trinity, 1900–5; Emmanuel, 1905; Pembroke, Clare, Christ’s, and Queens’, 1905; Gonville and Caius, 1907–8; Trinity Hall, 1907; Magdalene, 1909; Corpus Christi, 1909–11; St. John’s, 1913. Cambridge, 1899–1913.

Jamieson, John (1759–1838). Ed. Barbour’s Bruce, 1820. Etymological dictionary of the Scottish language, 4 vols., 1808. Ed. by Longmuir and Donaldson. Paisley, 1879–87.

Jamieson, Robert. Popular Ballads and Songs from Tradition, Manuscript, and Scarce Editions. 1806. With Weber, Henry, and Scott, Sir Walter: Illustrations of Northern Antiquities. 1814.

Joyce, Patrick Weston. Origin and History of Irish Names of Places, 1869; 5th edn., 1883; 1913. Second series, Dublin, 1875. Old Celtic Romances (thirteen tales), translated from Gaelic. 1879. A Short History of Ireland, 1893; A Social History of Ancient Ireland, 2 vols., 1903. Ancient Irish Music, 1882; Irish Music and Song, 1909; Irish Peasant Songs in the English language, 1909.

Memoir in Proceedings of Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. 16 Jan., 1915. Pp. 8–10.

King, Richard John (1818–1879). Sketches and Studies, descriptive and historical (on the west of England), 1874.

Kitchin, George William, Dean of Durham. Catalogue of MSS., Christ Church Library, 1867; History of France, 3 vols., 1873–7. Great Screen of Winchester Cathedral, 1887; Winchester, 1890. Record of the Northern Convocation (1907), and Records of Bishop Bury, 1910 (Surtees society).

Laing, David. Ed. Dunbar’s Works, 2 vols., 1834; Robert Baillie’s Letters and Journals, 3 vols., 1841–2; John Knox’s Works, 6 vols., 1846–64; Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson, 1865; Andrew of Wyntoun’s Orygynale Cronykil of Scotland, 3 vols., 1872–9; and Sir David Lyndsay’s Poetical Works, 1879. Select Remains of the Ancient Popular Poetry of Scotland, 1822; Fugitive Scottish Poetry, 1823–5; Early Metrical Tales, 1826. More than 100 papers in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Memoir prefixed to John Small’s edn. of Select Remains of Ancient Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1885. Stevenson, T. G., Notices of David Laing with List of his Publications, etc., privately printed, 1878; Murray, David, David Laing, Antiquary and Bibliographer, in Scottish Historical Review, July, 1914; separately printed, 1915.

Lawrie, Sir Archibald Campbell (1837–1914). Index to the Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland (anon.). Edinburgh, 1875. Early Scottish Charters prior to 1153. Glasgow, 1905. Annals of Malcolm and William. Ib. 1910.

Macpherson, David (1746–1816). Ed. Wyntoun’s Orygynale Cronykil of Scotland, 1795; also, Rotuli Scotiae, vol. 1, and part of vol. II, 1814.

Madden, Sir Frederic. Ed. Havelok the Dane (Roxburghe club), 1828; Privy-Purse Expenses of the Princess Mary, afterwards Queen Mary, etc., 1831.

—— Illuminated Ornaments, selected from MSS., and Early Printed Books from the sixth to the seventeenth centuries. 1833.

—— [Letters on] Alcuine’s Bible in the British Museum. 1836.

—— Ed. Sir Gawayne (Bannatyne club), 1839; and Layamon’s Brut, or Chronicle of Britain (Soc. of Antiquaries), 3 vols., 1847; Silvestre’s Universal Paleography, 2 vols., 1850. With Forshall, J.: Wicliff’s Bible, 4 vols., 1850; Matthaei Parisiensis Historia Minor, 3 vols., 1866–9.

Maidment, James. Nugae Derelicae, ed. J. M[aidment] et R. P[itcairn], tracts on the history and antiquities of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1822. Ed. works for the Bannatyne, Maitland, Abbotsford, and Hunterian clubs, and for the Spottiswoode society. Scottish Ballads and Songs, 1859, 1868. With Logan, W. H.: Dramatists of the Restoration, 14 vols., 1872–9.

Nutt, Alfred Trübner (1856–1910). Studies in the legend of the Holy Grail, 1888. [Founded The Folk-Lore Journal, 1879, and joined in founding the Irish Texts society, 1898.]

O’Curry, Eugene, Ed. two medieval Irish tales for the Celtic society, 1855. Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History, Dublin, 1861. On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish, ed., with an Introduction, appendices, etc. by Sullivan, W. P., 3 vols., Dublin, 1873.

O’Donovan, John. Grammar of the Irish Language. 1845. Ed. Leabhar na g-Ceart, The Book of Rights. Dublin, 1847. Ed. The Annals of the Four Masters. 7 vols. Dublin, 1848–51.

Petrie, Henry. Monumenta Historica Britannica, 1848.

Pinkerton, John (1758–1826). Select Scottish ballads, 1783. Essay on medals, 1784. Ancient Scottish poems, 1797. History of Scotland, 2 vols., 1797.

Pughe, William Owen (1759–1835). Welsh-English Dictionary, 1783–1803; abridged, 1806; new edn. 1832 and 1857. Myvyrian archaeology of Wales, 1801–3; 1870. Welsh version of Paradise Lost. 1819.

Reeves, William, Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore. Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Down and Connor, 1847. Account of St. Patrick’s Bell, 1850. Acts of archbishop Colton, 1850. The Life of St. Columba by Adamnan (Irish Arch. and Celtic soc.). Dublin, 1857.

Robertson, Joseph. Ed. Statuta Ecclesiae Scoticanae for the Bannatyne club, 1866, and many other works.

Sayle, Charles Edward. The Early English Printed Books in the University Library (1475–1640). 4 vols. Cambridge, 1900–7.

Scott, Hew. Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae: the succession of Ministers in the Parish Churches of Scotland, from … 1560 to the present time, 3 vols., 1866–71; new edn., 1915.

Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick (1781?–1851). Ed. James Kirkton’s Secret and True History of the Church of Scotland (1660–1678), Edinburgh, 1817. Ed. Robert Law’s Memorialls (1638–84). Edinburgh, 1818.

Fragments and Memoir. Edinburgh, 1869.

Skene, William Forbes (1809–1892). The Highlanders of Scotland; their Origin, History and Antiquities. 2 vols. 1836–7. The Four Ancient Books of Wales. 1868. Celtic Scotland. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1876–80.

Smith, John (1747–1807). Gaelic Antiquities, 1780. Life of St. Columba, 1798.

Smith, Lucy Toulmin (1838–1911). Ed. The York Plays. 1885. The Expedition of Henry earl of Derby to Russia and the Holy Land. Camden soc., 1894. Ed. Leland’s Itinerary in Wales, 1906; in England, 4 vols., 1907–10.

Stokes, Margaret McNair (1832–1900). Christian Inscriptions in the Irish Language, chiefly collected and drawn by George Petrie (Kilkenny Archaeological society’s Publ.). 2 vols. Dublin, 1872–8. Early Christian Architecture in Ireland. 1878. Ed. A. N. Didron’s Christian Iconography. 2 vols. 1886. Early Christian Art in Ireland. 1887. Six Months in the Apennines; a Pilgrimage in search of vestiges of the Irish Saints in Italy. 1892. Three Months in the Forests of France; a Pilgrimage in search of vestiges of the Irish Saints in France. 1895. The High Crosses of Ireland. 1898.

Stokes, Whitley. Works on Indian law. 1863–91. Contributions to Irische Texte, 1884–1909, and Urkeltischer Sprachschatz, 1894. With Strachan, John: Thesaurus Palaeohibernicus. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1901–3.

Strachan, John. See Stokes, Whitley.

Strutt, Joseph (1749–1802). Chronicle of England. 1777–8. Biographical Dictionary of Engravers. 1785–6. Dresses and Habits of the English People. 1796–9. Sports and Pastimes of the People of England. 1801.

Terry, C. S. A catalogue of the publications of Scottish historical and kindred clubs and societies. Glasgow, 1909.

Thoms, William John. Early Prose Romances, 3 vols., 1827–8; 2nd edn., 1858. Lays and Legends. 2 vols. 1834. Ed. The Book of the Court, 1838, etc.; Anecdotes and Traditions illustrative of Early English History and Literature, 1838–9 (Camden society); Reynard the Fox, 1844; Gammer Gurton’s Famous Histories, 1846; Pleasant Stories, 1846; Stow’s Survey of London (1598), 1875.

Thomson, Thomas. Ed. The Scots Acts, 1844, and other publications of the Record Commission.

Todd, James Henthorn. St. Patrick, Apostle of Ireland, 1864, and other works.

Ward, Harry Leigh Douglas (1825–1906). Catalogue of [medieval] Romances in the British Museum, 3 vols., 1883–1910.

Way, Albert (1805–1874). Promptorium Parvulorum sive Clericorum; Lexicon Anglo-Latinum Princeps, A.D. c. 1440. Camden soc. 3 vols. 1843, 1853, 1865.

Weber, Henry. See Jamieson, Robert.

Windele, John (1801–1865). 130 vols of MSS. in library of the Royal Irish Academy.


For the literature of antiquaries and bibliographers, much use has been made of the following work:

Allibone, S. Austin. A critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors, in 3 vols., Lippincott, Philadelphia, vol. 1, 1859; II, 1870; III, 1871; with Supplement in two vols. by Kirk, John Foster, 1891.

(a) General

Aldis, H. G. A list of books printed in Scotland before 1700. Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1904.

Bibliographical Society (London). Transactions and Monographs, 1893 ff.

Boyne, William. The Yorkshire Library (privately printed). 1869.

Campbell, F. B. F. The Battle of Bibliography. 1893. The Bibliography of the Future. 1895.

Davidson, James (d. 1866). Bibliotheca Devoniensis, Exeter, 1852; Supplement, 1862.

Ferguson, John. Some aspects of Bibliography. Edinburgh, 1900. The Witchcraft Literature of Scotland. Ib. 1897. Bibliotheca Chemica (catalogue of alchemical etc. books in the collection of Young, James). 2 vols. Ib. 1906.

Fishwick, Henry (1835–1914). Lancashire Library, 1875; Bibliography of Rochdale, Manchester, 1880.

Fletcher, William Younger. English Book-Collectors. 1902.

Gentleman’s Magazine Library, The. Bibliographical notes, 1889; literary curiosities, 1888.

Gilbert, H. M. Bibliotheca Hantoniensis. Southampton, 1872.

Harrison, William (1802–1884). Bibliotheca Monensis. Douglas, 1871.

London Library, Subject Index, 1909; Authors’ Catalogue, 2 vols., new edn. 1914.

Mayo, Charles Herbert. Bibliotheca Dorsetiensis (Chiswick press), 1885.

Murray, David. An Archaeological Survey of the United Kingdom. The Preservation and Protection of our Ancient Monuments. 1896. Museums, Their History and their Use. 1904. Bibliography of George Buchanan, in Glasgow Quatercentenary Studies, pp. 393–523. 1907. Robert and Andrew Foulis, and the Glasgow Press. Glasgow, 1913. David Laing, Antiquary and Bibliographer. Ib. 1915. Bibliography: its Scope and Methods. Ib. 1915.

Rye, Walter. Index to Norfolk Topography. Index soc. 1883. Index to Norfolk pedigrees, and Supplementary Index of Norfolk topography. 1896.

United States Catalog; Books in Print, Jan. 1, 1912. Minneapolis and New York, 1912.

Walcott, M. E. C. Introduction to Sources of Salopian Topography. Shrewsbury, 1879. See, also, sect. V (a), (ii), ante.

(b) Special

Ames, Joseph. Typographical Antiquities, 1749; ed. Herbert, W., 3 vols., 1785–90; ed. Dibdin, T. E., vols. I–IV, 1810–19 (not completed).

Beloe, William. Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books. 1806–12. The Sexagenarian, 1817; 2nd edn., 1818.

Blades, William (1824–1890). Life and Typography of William Caxton, compiled from original sources, 2 vols., 1861–3; 2nd edn., 1883. The Enemies of Books, 1880; 3rd edn., 1881; enlarged, 1888. Bibliographical Miscellanies, 1–5, 1890.

Bohn, Henry George. The Guinea Catalogue of Old Books. 1841.

Bradshaw, Henry. Collected Papers. 1889.

Life, by Prothero, G. W. 1888. [The Henry Bradshaw society, for editing rare liturgical tracts, was founded in his memory, 1890.]

Bridgman, Richard Whalley (1761?–1820). Thesaurus Juridicus, 1799–1800. 2 vols. 1806.

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton. Censura Literaria, 10 vols., 1805–9 and 1815; British Bibliographer, 4 vols., 1810–14; Restituta: or Titles, Extracts, and Characters of old books in English Literature Revived. 1814–16.

[Many Elizabethan texts were privately printed by him at Lee Priory, near Canterbury.]

Burton, John Hill. See bibliography to chap. on Historians, etc. in Vol. XIV.

Chandler, Henry William (1828–1889). Catalogue of his collection of editions of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, presented to Pembroke College, Oxford, 1868; chronological index, 1878; with portrait, 1891.

Christie, R. C. See bibliography to chap. on Historians, etc. in Vol. XIV.

Clarke, Adam (1762?–1832). Bibliographical Dictionary, 8 vols., 1802–6.

—— Miscellaneous works, 13 vols., 1836.

Life, by his son. 1833.

Collier, John Payne. Ed. papers for the Camden society, 1838–63; the Percy society, 1840–4; and the Shakespeare society, 1841–51. Ed. Roxburghe Ballads, 1847; Registers of the Stationers’ company, 1848–9; etc. Notes on rare English books, 1865

See, also, bibliography to Vol. V, Chaps. VIII–XII, ante.

Copinger, Walter Arthur. Supplement to Hain’s Repertorium Bibliographicum, 1895–8 (adds c. 7000 new entries to Hain’s 16,000). Incunabula Biblica. 1892. History of the Copingers, 1882; History of Suffolk, 5 vols. 1904–7; Manors of Suffolk, 7 vols., 1905–11.

Cotton, Henry (1789–1879). Bibliography of the English Bible, 1821; Bibliography of English Roman Catholic versions, 1855. Typographical Gazetteer, 1829. Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae, 1845–78, and other works.

Courtney, William Prideaux. Register of National Bibliography. 3 vols. 1905–12. With Boase, G. C.: Bibliotheca Cornubiensis. 3 vols. 1874–82. Bibliography of Johnson. (Oxford Historical and Literary Studies. Vol. IV.). Rev. by Smith, D. N., Oxford, 1915.

Crawford, James Ludovic Lindsay, earl of (1847–1914). Bibliotheca Lindesiana: (a) Hand-List to the early editions of the Greek and Latin writers of ancient and mediaeval times, 1885; (b) 18 other bibliographies. Aberdeen, etc., 1883–1913.

Darling, James (1797–1862). Cyclopaedia Bibliographica. 2 vols. 1854, 1859.

De Morgan, Augustus (1806–1871). Formal Logic, 1846. Essay on Probabilities. 1838. List of Arithmetical Books. 1847. A Budget of Paradoxes. 1872.

Dibdin, Thomas Frognall. An Introduction to the Knowledge of Rare and Valuable editions of the Greek and Latin Classics, 1802, 1804, 1809, 1827. Bibliomania, 1809; enlarged, 1811; best edn., 1842. Ed. Ames, Typographical Antiquities, 1810–19. The Bibliographical Decameron, 3 vols., 1817. A Bibliographical, Antiquarian, and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, 3 vols., 1821 (inferior 2nd edn., 1829); in the Northern Counties of England, 2 vols., 1838. The Library Companion, or the Young Man’s Guide and the Old Man’s Comfort in the choice of a Library, 1829.

Dickson, Robert, and Edmond, John Philip (keeper of the Signet library, Edinburgh, and author of Catalogue of its Incunabula). Annals of Scotch Printing. Cambridge, 1890.

Dickson, William Purdie. New Catalogue and Subject Catalogue of Glasgow University Library. The Glasgow University Library, Notes on its History, Arrangements and Aims. Glasgow, 1888.

D’Israeli, Isaac. Curiosities of Literature, 1791–3; 2nd edn., 1794; second series, 3 vols., 1823. Calamities of Authors, 1812–13. Quarrels of Authors, 1814. Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles I., 1828–30. The Genius of Judaism, 1833. Amenities of Literature, 1840.

Edmond, John Philip. See Dickson, Robert.

Edwards, Edward. Catalogue of the Great Rebellion Tracts in the British Museum. Memoirs of Libraries, including a Handbook of Library Concerns, 1859. Lives of the Founders of the British Museum, 1870.

Elton, Charles Isaac (1839–1900). Numerous writings on historical, archaeological, legal, and literary topics. With Elton, Mary Augusta: The great book collectors. 1893.

Engel, Carl (1818–1882). Literature of National Music. 1879.

Finlayson, James (1840–1906). Life of Robert Watt, 1897. Bibliographies of Peter Lowe and Sylvester Rattray; Bibliographical demonstrations on the works of Hippocrates, Celsus, Galen. Glasgow, 1892–5.

Fortescue, George Knottesford (1847–1912). Subject Index of Modern Works in the British Museum, 1881–1900, 1901–1905, 1906–1910, 5 vols., 1902–1911.

Biographical notice in The Library, January, 1913.

Fry, Francis (1803–1886). Facsimile of Tyndale’s New Testament (of 1525 or 1526). 1862. Description of the Great Bible of 1539 (Cranmer’s Bible) and editions in large folio of the Authorised Version. 1865. Account of Coverdale’s Bible (1535). 1867. Bibliographical description of Tyndale’s version (1534). 1878.

Garnett, Richard (1835–1906). Relics of Shelley. 1862. A description of 300 Notable Books. Privately ptd. 1899. Essays in Librarianship and Bibliography. 1899; etc.

Greswell, William Parr (1765–1854). Annals of Parisian Typography, 1818; View of the Early Parisian Greek Press, 1833, 1840. Ed. Vol. III of the Chetham Catalogue, Manchester.

Halkett, Samuel, and Laing, John. Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous Literature of Great Britain. 1882–8.

Halliwell (afterwards Halliwell-Phillipps), James Orchard. Ed. works for Camden society, 1839–44; Percy society, 1842–50; and Shakespeare society. Catalogue of MSS. of Chetham library. Manchester, 1841–2. Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words. 1846.

As to his Shakespearean works, see bibliography to Vol. V, Chs. VIII–XII.

Hartshorne, Charles Hay. The Book Rarities in the University of Cambridge. 1829.

Harwood, Edward (1729–1794). A view of the various editions of the Greek and Roman Classics, 1775, 1778, 1782; best edn., 1790. Biographia Classica: The Lives and Characters of the Greek and Roman Classics, 2nd edn., 1778.

Hazlitt, William Carew (1834–1913). Catalogue of early English music in the Harleian Library, British Museum. 1862. Handbook to the Popular Poetical and Dramatic Literature of Great Britain from the Invention of Printing to the Restoration. 1867. Bibliographical Collections and Notes. 8 vols. 1876–1904.

Heber, Richard. Bibliotheca Heberiana. 4 vols. 1834–7.

Herbert, William (1718–1795). Enlarged edition of Ames’s Typographical Antiquities. 3 vols. 1785–90.

Hoblyn, Robert, of Nanswhyden, Cornwall (1710–1756). Bibliotheca Hoblyniana. 1769.

Horne, Thomas Hartwell (1780–1862). An Introduction to the Study of Bibliography, 2 vols., 1814. A Catalogue of the Harleian MSS. in the British Museum, classed according to their subject-matter, 1812. Outlines for the Classification of a Library, respectfully submitted to the consideration of the Trustees of the British Museum, 1825. A Catalogue of the Library of Queens’ College, Cambridge, methodically arranged, 2 vols., 1827. Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, 1818; Suppl., 1821; frequently reissued and enlarged; vol. V of 7th edn. published separately as A Manual of Biblical Bibliography, 1839.

Irving, David. Lives of the Scotish Poets. 1804; 2nd edn., improved, 1810. Lives of the Scotish writers. 1839; 2nd edn., 1850. Life of George Buchanan. 1805; 1817. Ed. Selden’s Table-Talk, 1819; Dempster (for Bannatyne club), 1829. History of Scotish Poetry. Ed. by Carlyle, John. 1861. A Catalogue of Law Books in the Advocates’ Library. Edinburgh, 1831.

Laing, John. See Halkett, Samuel.

Lang, Andrew. See bibliography in Vol. XIII, post.

Law, Thomas Graves. See bibliography to chap. on Historians in Vol. XIV.

Lee, William. Life of Defoe; and Bibliography of his writings. 1869.

Lowe, Robert W. A Bibliographical Account of English Theatrical Literature, from the earliest times to the present day. 1887.

Lowndes, William Thomas. The Bibliographer’s Manual, 1834. The British Librarian, 1839–42.

MacCulloch, John Ramsay (1789–1864). Essay on Wages, 1826; Dictionary of Commerce, 1832; Literature of Political Economy, 1845. Catalogue of his Library, 1862.

Maitland, Samuel Roffey. See bibliography to chap. on Historians, etc. in Vol. XIV.

Mayor, John Eyton Bickersteth. Bibliographical Clue to Latin Literature (founded on Hübner). 1875. See, also, sect. 1, ante.

Mayor, Joseph Bickersteth (b. 1828). Guide to Classical Books. 1874, 1879. Supplement, 1896.

Moss, Joseph William (1803–1862). Manual of Classical Bibliography. 1825.

Orme, William (1787–1830). Bibliotheca Biblica. Edinburgh, 1824.

—— Biographies of Nonconformists (John Owen, 1820; William Kiffin, 1823; John Urquhart, 1827; Richard Baxter, 1830).

Parr, Samuel. See sect. 1, ante. Bibliotheca Parriana, edited by Bohn, H. G. (Catalogue of his library at Hatton in Warwickshire), 1827 (cf. The Gentleman’s Magazine, 1827, vol. II, p. 195; The Monthly Review, CXIV, p. 303; The Literary Gazette, 1827, p. 516).

Paterson, Samuel (1728–1802). Bibliotheca Westiana, 1772; Beauclerkiana, 1781; Universalis Selecta, 1786; Strangeiana, 1801.

Pettigrew, Thomas Joseph (1791–1865). Bibliotheca Sussexiana. 2 vols. 1827–39.

Power, John. A handy book about Books, for Book-Lovers. 1871.

Procter, Robert George Collier. Catalogue of 3000 incunabula in the Bodleian Library. 1891–3. Index to the Early Printed Books in the British Museum: from the invention of printing to the year MD., with notes of those in the Bodleian Library. 1898. The Printing of Greek in the Fifteenth Century (Bibliographical society). 1900. Bibliographical Essays, collected in 1905

Quaritch, Bernard. General Catalogue of Old Books and Manuscripts, 1887–8, index, 1892, 7 vols.

Reid, John (1808–1841?). Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica. 1832.

Ritson, Joseph. Select Collection of English Songs, 1783; Bibliographia Poetica, 1802; etc.

Rylands, John. Library; bibliographical description of Greek and Latin classics, etc. 1906. Catalogue of printed books and MSS. 3 vols. 1899. Catalogue of books printed to the end of 1640. 1895.

Sinker, Robert. Catalogue of 15th Century printed books in Trinity college library. 1876. Catalogue of English Books printed before 1601 in Trinity college library. 1885. The Library of Trinity college, Cambridge. 1891.

Smith, John Russell (1810–1894). Bibliotheca Cantiana. 1837. A bibliographical list of all the Works which have been published towards illustrating the Provincial Dialects of England. 1839. A bibliographical Catalogue of English writers on Angling and Ichthyology. 1850. Bibliotheca Americana. 1865–7.

Smith, Joseph. Quaker literature. 2 vols. 1867.

Swainson, William (1789–1855). Bibliography of Zoology, in part 2 of his Taxidermy. 1830. Zoological Illustrations. 1820–3; etc.

Waring, Edward John. Bibliotheca Therapeutica. 2 vols. 1878–9.

Watt, Robert. Catalogue of Medical Books. 1812. Bibliotheca Britannica, a general Index to British and Foreign Literature, in two parts, Authors and Subjects; posthumously published in 4 vols.; 1 and II containing alphabetical list of authors and their works, and vols. III and IV an alphabetical classification of subjects. Edinburgh, 1819–24.

Weale, John (1791–1862). Catalogue of books on Architecture and Engineering. 1854.

Weale, W. H. J. Bibliographia Liturgica. 1886.


Beers, H. A. A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century. 1902.

Betz, L. P. La littérature comparée. Essai bibliographique. 2nd edn., by Baldensperger, F. Strassburg, 1904.

Brandes, G. Naturalismen i England. Hovedströmninger i det 19. Aarhundredes Literatur, IV. Copenhagen, 1875. (Samlede Værker, vol. V, pp. 269 ff.) Eng. transl., 6 vols., 1901–5.

Courthope, W. J. A History of English Poetry. Vol. VI. 1910.

Elton, O. A Survey of English Literature, 1780–1830. 1912. Especially vol. 1, pp. 23 f.; II, pp. 405 ff. and notes.

Herford, C. H. The Age of Wordsworth. 1897.

Omond, T. S. The Romantic Triumph. (Periods of European Literature, XI.) Edinburgh, 1900.

Richardson, G. F. A Neglected Aspect of the English Romantic Revolt. Berkeley. University of California Press, 1915.

Richter, H. Geschichte der englischen Romantik. 1, ii, 1. Halle, 1911 ff.

Saintsbury, G. History of Criticism. Vol. III. Edinburgh, 1904.

Stephen, Leslie. The Importation of German (Studies of a Biographer, vol. II). 1898.

Vaughan, C. E. The Romantic Revolt. (Periods of European Literature, XI.) Edinburgh, 1900.

For the influence of Shakespeare on continental literature in the romantic period, see bibliography to Vol. V, Chaps. VIII–XII, pp. 467 ff.


[Angell, J. B.] Influence of English Literature upon the French. North American Review. Vol. LXXXVI, pp. 412 ff. 1858.

Beljame, A. Le public et les hommes de lettres en Angleterre au 18e siècle. Paris, 1881.

Blanqui, A. Voyage d’un jeune Français en Angleterre et en Écosse pendant l’automne. Paris, 1823. (Cf. Sainte-Beuve, in Le Globe, vol. 1, p. 291, 1825.)

Chasles, Ph. Études sur la littérature et les mœurs de l’Angleterre au XIXe siècle. Paris, 1851.

Chateaubriand, F. R. vicomte de. Essai sur la littérature anglaise, fragment, en tête de Souvenirs d’Italie, d’Angleterre et d’Amérique. 1815.

Cf. North American Review, Oct., 1839; Prescott, W. H., Chateaubriand’s English Literature, in Biographical and Critical Miscellanies, pp. 215 ff., 1845.

Hamerton, P. G. French and English. Atlantic Monthly. Vols. LVIII, LIX. 1886. Rptd. separately, 1889.

La France et la Grande-Bretagne: des rapports littéraires, etc. Revue Européenne. Aug., 1824.

Lami, E. Voyage en Angleterre. Paris, 1829–30.

Parigot, H. Le drame d’Alexandre Dumas. Chap. II. Paris, 1899.

Pichot, A. Voyage historique et littéraire en Angleterre et en Écosse. 3 vols. Paris, 1825.

Cf. Sainte-Beuve, Le Globe, vol. II, pp. 921, 950, 1027. 1825.

Potez, H. Le romantisme français et l’influence anglaise. La Quinzaine. 1 and 16 Oct., 1899.

Rathery, J. B. Des relations sociales et intellectuelles entre la France et l’Angleterre. Revue Contemporaine, 1855. Paris, 1860.

Renard, G. L’influence de l’Angleterre sur la France depuis 1830. Nouvelle Revue. Vol. XXXV, pp. 675 ff. 1885.

Rosières, R. La littérature anglaise en France de 1750 à 1800. Revue Bleue. 19 Aug., 1882.

Russell, J. Essai sur les mœurs de la littérature des Anglais et des François. Trad. de l’Anglais. Paris, 1822.

Sarolea, C. Influence de la culture française sur la culture anglaise. Revue française d’Édimbourg. Vol. 1. 1897.

—— Le commerce des idées entre la France et l’Angleterre. Revue de Belgique. Oct., 1896; also 1897.

Simond, L. Voyage d’un François en Angleterre. Paris, 1816. 2nd edn. 1817.

Souriau, M. Introduction à la Préface de Cromwell. Paris, 1897.

Texte, J. Les relations littéraires de la France avec l’étranger de 1799 à 1848. In Petit de Julleville, L., Histoire de la langue et de la littérature française des origines à 1900. Vol. VII, pp. 701 ff. Paris, 1899.

—— J. J. Rousseau et les origines du cosmopolitisme littéraire. Étude sur les relations littéraires de la France et de l’Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle. Paris, 1895. Engl. transl. 1899.

Turquet-Milnes, G. The Influence of Baudelaire in France and England. 1913.

For translation of English writers into French, see, especially, Lanson, G., Manuel bibliographique de la littérature française moderne, 1500–1900, vol. IV, pp. 949 ff., 1119 ff., 1147 ff., Paris, 1912.


Italian Influence on English Poetry. Edinburgh Review. Jan., 1896.

Koeppel, E. Italienische Einflüsse auf die englische Literatur. Jahresberichte. 1890, 1895–6.

Kuhns, O. Dante’s influence on English Poetry in the 19th century. Mod. Lang. Notes. Vol. XIV. 1899.

Marchesi, G. Leopardi e la poesia inglese. Iride. Vol. III. 1899.

Massarani, T. Poeti inglesi nelle versioni italiane. In Studi di letteratura e d’arte. Florence, 1899.

Rosi, M. Contribuzioni alla storia dei rapporti fra Genova e l’Inghilterra Rend. d. R. Accad. d. Lincei. Vol. VII.

Schanzer, A. Il Leopardi in Inghilterra. Rass. nationale. April, 1900.

Scudder, V. D. The Life of the Spirit in the modern English Poets. (Influence of Dante.). Boston, 1895.

Segrè, C. Relazioni letterarie fra Italia e Inghilterra. Studi. Florence, 1911.

Toynbee, P. Dante in English Literature. 2 vols. 1909.

Valgimigli, A. Il culto di Dante in Inghilterra. Giornale Dant. Vol. VI. 1898.

Viglione, F. Ugo Foscolo in Inghilterra. Catania, 1910.


Ford, J. D. M. English Influence upon Spanish Literature in the early part of the 19th century. Publ. of the Mod. Language Association of America. Vol. XVI. 1901.


For more detailed bibliographies of German writers in their relations to England, see Goedeke, K., Grundriss zur Geschichte der deutschen Dichtung, vols. IV ff.

See, also, bibliographies of Byron, Carlyle, Scott, etc.

Alford, R. G. Goethe’s earliest critics in England. Publications of the English Goethe Society. Vol. VII. 1893.

[Angell, J. B.] Influence of the English Literature on the German. North American Review. Vol. LXXXIV, pp. 311 ff. April, 1857.

Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, The. [Ed. by Gifford, W.] 1799–1812.

Bahlsen, L. Kotzebues Peru-Dramen und Sheridans Pizarro. Archiv. vol. LXXXI. 1893.

Baumann, L. Die englischen Übersetzungen von Goethes Faust. Halle, 1907.

Brandl, A. Die Aufnahme von Goethes Jugendwerken in England. Goethe-Jahrbuch. III. 1882.

Carr, M. Goethe in his connection with English Literature. Publ. of the English Goethe Society. Vol. IV, 1890.

Gillet, J. E. A Forgotten German Creditor of the English Stage [Kotzebue]. Nineteenth Century. Pp. 783 ff. April, 1912.

Haney, J. L. German Literature in England before 1790. Americana Germanica. Vol. IV. 1902.

Hauhart, W. F. The reception of Goethe’s Faust in England in the first half of the nineteenth century. New York, 1909.

Heinemann, W. Goethes Faust in England und Amerika. Berlin, 1886.

Herzfeld, G. Zur Geschichte der deutschen Literatur in England. Archiv. Vol. CX, 1 and 2. 1903.

—— Zur Geschichte von Bürgers Lenore in England. Archiv. Vol. CVI. 1901.

Kenwood, S. H. Lessing in England. Mod. Language Review. Pp. 197 ff. 1914.

Koeppel, F. Kotzebue in England. Englische Studien. Vol. XIII, pp. 530 ff. 1891.

Mackenzie, H. The German Theatre. Edinburgh Royal society. 1788.

Margraf, E. Einfluss der deutschen Literatur auf die englische am Ende des 18. und im ersten Drittel des 19. Jahrhunderts. Diss. Leipzig, 1901.

Oswald, E. Goethe in England and America. Bibliography. 2nd edn. 1909.

Passow, A. Deutschlands Einfluss auf die englische Literatur. Magazin für Literatur. Pp. 437, 452. 1878.

Rea, T. Schiller’s Dramas and Poems in England. 1906.

Sachs, C. Schillers Beziehungen zur englischen Literatur. Archiv. Vol. XXX. 1861.

Sanborn, F. B. Goethe’s Relations to English Literature, in Dudley, Poetry and Philosophy of Goethe. 1906.

Sellier, W. Kotzebue in England. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der englischen Bühne und der Beziehungen der deutschen Literatur zur englischen. Diss. Leipzig, 1901.

Staël-Holstein, Baroness. Germany. Translated from the French. 3 vols. 1813. New York, 1871.

Tait, J. The literary influence of Goethe’s Faust in England. 1832–52. Transactions of the Manchester Goethe Society. 1894.

Todt, W. Lessing in England. Heidelberg, 1912.

Weddigen, F. H. O. Geschichte der Einwirkungen der deutschen Literatur auf die Literaturen der übrigen europäischen Kulturvölker der Neuzeit. Leipzig, 1882.

—— Vermittler des deutschen Geistes in England und Nordamerika. Archiv. Vol. LIX. 1878.

Weddigen, F. H. O. F. Freiligrath als Vermittler englischer und französischer Dichtung. Archiv. Vol. LXI. 1879.

Zeiger, T. Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutsch-englischen Literaturbeziehungen. Wordsworth, Southey, Shelley. Studien zur vergleichenden Literaturgeschichte. Vol. 1. 1901.

—— Beiträge zur Geschichte des Einflusses der neueren deutschen Literatur auf die englische. Diss. Leipzig, 1902.

The following works may be added to the bibliographies of Coleridge and Wordsworth in Vol. XI.

Arnold, M. Joubert and Coleridge. 1880.

Eichler, A. (Ed.). Coleridge’s Ancient Mariner and Christabel. Wiener Beiträge zur englischen Philologie. 1907.

Ferrier, J. F. On Coleridge’s Indebtedness to German philosophy. Blackwood’s Magazine. March, 1840.

Haney, J. L. The German Influence on S. T. Coleridge. Diss. Philadelphia, 1903.

Helmholtz, A. A. The Indebtedness of S. T. Coleridge to A. W. Schlegel. Wisconsin, 1907.

Laurent, R. Etudes anglaises. Coleridge. Le préraphaelisme en Angleterre. Paris, 1910.

Machule, P. Coleridges Wallensteinübersetzung. Englische Studien. Vol. XXXI, pp. 182 ff. 1902.

Shawcross, J. (Ed.). Coleridge’s Biographia literaria. (On the influence of German philosophy.)

Heller, O. Goethe and Wordsworth. Mod. Language Notes. Vol. XIV. 1899.

Mensch, R. Goethe and Wordsworth. Publ. of the English Goethe Society. Vol. VII. 1893.

Miller, E. A. Wordsworth and W. Müller. Americana Germanica. Vol. III. 1900.

Texte, J. W. Wordsworth et la poésie lakiste en France. Revue des deux Mondes. 15 July, 1896 (Études de littérature européenne, Paris, 1898, pp. 147 ff.).