By T.E. Jessop
Since the 1st visual appeal of this bibliography (1934, Oxford Uni versity Press), which has lengthy been out of print, quite a bit awareness has been paid to Berkeley mere reprint will be inept. along with bringing it modern i've got extra collations of these versions of Berkeley's writings that have been released in his lifetime. In doing so i've got used a kind of description basic sufficient for an individual to persist with but adequate to permit librarians to ascertain their catalogues and to spot copies within which the titlepage is lacking or mutilated. As sooner than, i've got marked with an asterisk through the bibliography each publication, version and article that has now not been obvious by means of me or, in a couple of circumstances, by means of a reliable good friend. My basic curiosity no longer being bibliographical within the present-day hugely technical experience, yet philosophical, i've got aimed mainly at (a) delivering complicated scholars (and their hard-pressed advisers) of Berkeley, or of the themes on which he wrote, with a advisor to the fabrics for learn, and (b) showing the variety in time and position, and the path, of the eye which he has attracted. those goals account for the type of the entries less than a number of common subject-headings and of the philosophical entries less than international locations, and for the arranging of the entries in every one part or subsection in chrono logical order, the alphabetical ordering of the authors' names being given within the Index. To facilitate reference and cross-reference each one access is numbered.
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2, 203-22, repro from Faulkner's Dubl. ed. of 1752. No translations CONCERNING PATRIOTISM 202a 1750. Maxims concerning patriotism. By a lady. Dublin. Printed in the year MDCCL. So runs the entire t-p (v. , 3-27). 32°. 202b 1752. 's Miscellany (206). This is the ground of attribution to B. "By a lady" and three maxims omitted, and three verbal changes. UAKES 203 1750. Observations by a Rt. Rev. Prelate in Ireland, concerning earthquakes. Anon. letter in Gent. , April, vol. 20, 166f. Repr. in Works, 1784, vol.
The letter to Prior is a repro of the preceding item. The letter to Hales (cp. 432) had appeared in Jan. in the same vol. of the Gent. mag. 64f. and in London mag. March, vol. 16, 127f. It was not again repro until Fraser's 1871 ed. of the Works. WORD TO THE WISE 198a 1749. A word to the wise: or, an exhortation to the Roman Catholic clergy of Ireland. By a member of the established Church. Dublin: pro by G. Faulkner. 12°. T-p, v. ; 3-38. , no. 2357; also 24-28: in both as publ. "this day". The text in the subsequent eds.
T-p, v. ; ode iii-vi; 7-267; contents verso of 267. N. (the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Norwich, viz. Dr. Thomas Haytor) was repro with a trans. in rhyIning couplets in Gent. , 1752, vol. 22,472. ). Essay on ruin of Gt. Britain (172 I). Discourse to magistrates (1738). Word to the wise (1749). Letter to Roman Catholics (1745). Maxims conc. patriotism (1750). Querist (1735-7). ). Proposal for the supplying of churches (1724). G. (1732). De motu (1721). This collection has never been repro INSCRIPTIONS 207 ?