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Waagen, Gustav Friedrich, b. at Hamburg, 1794, 205; Knight's Eng. Cyc., Biog., vi., 1858, 458 ; Archæol., for many years Director of the Royal College of Paint- vols. xii., xiii., (by M. De La Rue ;) Brunet's Man., ubi ings at Berlin, and from 1844 Professor of Art History supra. in the University of Berlin, d. at Copenhagen, July 16, Wacker, Jacob David, M.D. Inaugural Essay 1868, has forever connected himself with English collec- on Hydrocephalus Internus, Phila., 1806, 8vo. tions of art (and therefore shall not be excluded from a Wackerbarth, A. D. Beowulf, an Epic Poem; register of English letters) by the following excellent Translated from the Anglo-Saxon, Lon., 1819, fp. 8vo. books. 1. Works of Art and Artists in England, Lon., Wackerbarth, F. D. 1. History of the Church 1838, 3 vols. p. 8vo. See Lon. Quar. Rev., June, 1838, to the Reformation, N. York, 1834, 8vo. 2. Music of 131; Edin. Rev., July, 1838, 384; Lon. Athen., 1838, the Anglo-Saxons, Lon., 1837, 8vo. 3. Egyptian Bond162, 191; Lun. Lit. Gaz., 182, 199. 2. Treasures of Art age; or, A Second Call to Union, 1842, 8vo. 4. Lyra io Great Britain, 1854, 3 vols. 8vo. See Lon. Quar. Ecclesiastica; with an English Translation, fp. 8vo. Rev., April, 1854, art. vi.; Lon. Athen., 1854, 517, 551, Part 1, 1842; Second Series, 1843. 622, 718; Lon. Lit. Gaz., 1854, 389, 419, 444; Notes and Wackerhagen, Augustus, D.D., Lutheran pastor, Q., 1851.

See No. 3. 3. Galleries and Cabinets of Art Clermont, N. York. Kurzer Iubegriff der Glaubens- und in Great Britain, 1857, 8vo. This is a supplement to Sittenlehre, Pbila., 1804, 12mo. No. 2. See Lon. Athen., 1857, 1457. 4. The Manchester Wadd, William, Surgeon-Extraordinary to George Exhibition, 1857, 12mo, pp. 80. See Lon. Athen., 1857, IV., d. 1829, aged 52. 1. On Strictures of the Urethra, 978. See, also, Lon. Art Jour., 1857: The Exhibition Lon., 1809, 8vo; 2d ed., 1811, 8vo. 2. Cursory Remarks of Art Treasures, (by Dr. Waagen.) of Dr. Wangen’s on Corpulence; by a Member of the College of Surgeons, other works there have also appeared in English–5. 1810, 8vo, pp. 44; 3d ed., with his pame, 1817, 8vo, pp. Peter Paul Rubens, his Life and Genius; from the 129; new ed., 1833. See reviews in Lon. Gent. Mag., German of Dr. Waagen, by Robert R. Noel, Esq. ; Edited | 1810, i. 153; 1817, i. 332 ; Blackw. Mag., xvii. 69. See by Mrs. Jameson, 1810, sq. 8vo. See Lon. Athen., 1840, No. 8, infra. 3. Cases of Diseased Bladder and Testicle, 339. 6. Hand-Book of Painting: The German, Flemish, 1815. 4to. Reviewed in Lon. Gent. Mag., 1816, i. 240, and Dutch Schools; Based on the Hand-Book of Kugler, (by Mr. Hills.) 4. Cases in Surgery on the Malforma(see Eastlake, Sir Charles Look, No. 2:] Enlarged, tion and Diseases of the Head, 1819. 5. Nugæ Chirurand for the most part Re-written, by Dr. Waagen; with gicæ; or, A Biographical Miscellany, Illustrative of a Illustrations, 1860, 2 vols. cr. 8vo.

Collection of Professional Portraits, 1824, 8vo, pp. 280, "Really a new and very superior work, as far as research and Reviewed in Lon. Gent. Mag., 1824, i. 340, and Blackw, wider experience could render it so."-Lon. Athen., 1860, ii. 388. Mag., xvii. 69. 6. Nugæ Canoræ; or, Epitaphian MeSee, also, 753. of Dr. Waagen's History of Painting, a translation of Modern Times; by Unus Quorum, 1827, 8vo, pp. 70.

mentos, in Stone-Cutter's Verse, of the Medici Family into French, by L. Hymans and J. Petit, in three volumes, Reviewed in Lon. Gent. Mag., 1827, i. 242. 7. Memo, was announced some years since. The following impor, randums, Maxims, and Memoirs, 1827. Reviewed in tant work is now (1870) in preparation : A Critical and Loo. Gent. Mag., 1827, ii. 533. 8. Comments on CorpuCommercial Dictionary of the Works of Painters, (com- Tency, Liueaments of Leanness, Mems, on Diet and prising 8850 sale-notes of pictures and 980 original notes Dietetics, 1828, 8vo. See No. 2. Reviewed in Lon. on the subjects and styles of various artists who have Gent. Mag., 1828, ii. 542 ; and see same for 1829, ii. 562, painted in the schools of Europe between A.D. 1250 and

for Obituary of Mr. Wadd. 1850,) by F. P. Seguier. To be published by Longmans Waddel, George. 1. Remarks on Mr. (Thomas) & Co.

Innes's Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhabitants of the Wace, Master, Anglo-Norman poet, b. in the island Northern Parts of Britain, or Scotland, Edin., 1733, 4to. of Jersey about 1112, was a canon in the cathedral 2. Animadversiones Criticæ in Loca quædam Virgilii, church of Bayeux from 1161 to 1171, and is supposed to

Horatii, Ovidii et Lucani, 1734, 12mo. bave d. in England about 1184. 1. Le Roman de Rou, Waddel, Moses, D.D., b. in Iredell co., N. Caroet des Ducs de Normandie, par Robert Wace, Poëte Nor-lina, 1770; graduated at Hampden Sidney College, 1791; mand du XIIe siècle, publié pour la première fois d'après President of Franklin College, Georgia, 1819–29; d. at les Manuscrits de France et d'Angleterre, avec des Notes Wellington, S. Carolina, 1840. Memoirs of the Life of pour servir à l'Intelligence du Texte, par Fred. Pluquet, Miss Caroline E. Smelt, N. York, 1810, 1200. See Me(et Auguste Le Prevost,) Rouen, éd. Frère, (Paris, de moirs, &c. of S. Grellet, Pbila., 1860, ii. 187. l'imprimn. de Crapelet,) 1827, 2 vols. 8vo, 20 fr.

Waddell, Captain. Voyage towards the South “Il a été tiré 60 exemp. sur papier Vélin jésus, 40 fr.; 3 sur Pole, 1822-24. jésus de Hollande, et 2 sur papier Hollande un peu plus petit. Uu des trois sur Gr. Pap., avec fig. coloriées et rehaussées d'or,

“This was a private trading voyage. Captain Waddell peneayant de plus les Observalions et le Supplément ci-dessons, égale

trated the Antarctic Sea to latitude 74, which was three dement en pap. de Hollande, 130 fr. Le Prevost, en 1857. Pre- grees further south than Cook or any preceding navigator had mière édition complète d'une des productions les plus reinarqua

penetrated."-CHANCELLOR KENT: Course of Eng. Read., ed. bles de notre ancienne littérature; on n'en avait encore publié

1853, 77. que des fragments.”--BRUNET: Man., 5th ed., v, (1864) 1391. Waddell, Hope Masterton, a minister of the

See, also, For. Quar. Rev., ii. 82; Blackw. Mag., xxxix. United Secession body of Dissenters from the Kirk of 817, xl. 278.

Scotland, and a missionary at Jamaica, and subsequently There has recently appeared, The Conquest of Eng- at Old Calabar, Upper Guinea, bas related a portion of land, froin Wace's Poem, now first Translated into Eng- his experience in Twenty-Nine Years in the West In lies lish Rhyme, by Sir Alexander Malet, Bart., (H.B.M.'s and Central Africa : a Review of Missionary Work and Mioister-Plenipotentiary to the Germanic Confedera- Adventures, 1829–58, Lon., 1863, p. 8vo, pp. 681. tion,) Lon., Dec. 1860, 4to, £2 28. This includes the “He says much that is curious, instructive, valuable. But Franco-Norman text of Wace, as edited by Pluquet, with

his work is, as it were, au uuthrashed corn-stack."-Lon. the Notes of Edgar Taylor, Le Prevost, &c., and is

Reader, 1863, 1. 189. illustrated by photographs from the Bayeux Tapestry, ing the Polarity of the Mariner's Compass; Phil. Trans.,

Waddell, John. Effects of Lightning in destroyexecuted by Herr Albert, of Munich. 2. Roman de Brut, publié pour la première fois d'après

1749. les Manuscrits des Bibliothèques de Paris, avec un Com

Waddell, Rev. P. Hately, LL.D. 1. Sojourn of mentaire et des Notes par M. Le Roux de Linoy, Rouen, 2. Church of the Future ; a Discourse. 1862, p. 8vo.

a Sceptic in the Land of Darkness, Edin., 1819, p. 8vo, éd. Frère, 1836-38, 2 vols. 8vo.

3. “Publication important: 20 fr.; Gr. pap. vélin, tiré à 40

Christ of Revelation and Reality; a Discourse, 1863, p. exempl., 45 fr. L'appendice, contenant la description du manu. 8vo. 4. The Life and Works of Robert Burns; Criti. scrit, n'a paru qu'après le 2e volume. Il a été tiré dix exeni- cal and Analytical Edition, Glasgow, Wilson, Oct. 1869, plaires sur pap. jésuis de Hollande, (79 fr. Labéilovère en 1862; 2 vols. 4to, £1 108. un senl sur papier carré anglais, et 3 sur papier coquille azure." -BRUNET: ubi supra.

“Is Illustrated by upwards of Thirty Engravings, Fac-Similes, See, also, LAYAMON; Taylor, Edgar, No. 4; Intro- letters, and Poems; with an immense amount of original Bio

and Wood-cuts; contains upwarıls of Sixty Original Documents, duction, p. 20, supra; and the notices of these and graphical Anecdote and Memorauda hitherto unknown; and other works of Wace in Wright's Biog. Brit. Lit., A. N. P., 1 hits been pronounced by the Press universally the Best, Fullest, and most Perfect Edition of Robert Burns ever published.”- neers, contributed to LEYDEN, John, M.D., No. 7, a MePublisher's Adrert.

moir on the Map in that volume. Waddell, Thomas. Offices of Prayer; embracing Waddington, Edward, D.D., Bishop of Chichesall the Devotional Parts of Scripture, Lon., 1846, 8vo. ter, 1724; d. 1731. 1. Serm., 1 Cor. iv. 1, Lon., 1718,

Waddell, William Henry, Professor of Ancient Svo. 2. Serm., Luke xxii, 32, 1721, 870. 3. Serin., Jer. Languages in the University of Georgia. A Greek xxvi. 14, 15, 1729, 4to. Grammar for Beginners, N. York, 1869, 12m0, pp. 104. Waddington, George, D.D., b. about 1793; edu

Waddie, Charles. Wallace: or, The Field of cated at, and Fellow of, Trinity College, Cambridge; was Stirling Bridge; an Historical Play, in Five Acts, (in made Dean of Dublin in 1840; d. July 21, 1869. 1. A verse.) Edin., 1858, 12mo.

Visit to Greece in 1823 and 1824, Lon., 1825, p. 8vo; 2d Waddie, Eden. The Maid of Norway; a Roman. ed., 1825, p. 8vo. tic Comedy, in Five Acts, Lon., 1859, 12no.

“Unquestionably by far the most impartial and valuable pic“A more tedious and artificial composition dever called itself

ture yet given to the public of the Greek Revolutiou and its a comedy."-Lon. Athen., 1859, i. 355.

present aspects."-Lon. Lit. Gaz., 1825, 113. See, also, 134, 151,

165. Waddilove, Alfred, D.C.L. 1. Digest of Cases 2. Serm., (Commemoration,) Camb., 1828, 8vo. 3. decided in the Court of Arches, &c., Lon., 1849, r. 8vo. Present Condition and Prospects of the Greek or Orien2. Church Patronage, Historically, Legally, and Morally tal Church, &c., Lon., 1829, p. 8vo; new ed., 1854, fp. Considered, 1854, p. 8vo. 3. Act to Amend the Law 8vo. Commended by Oriental Review. 4. History of relating to Probates, &c., 1857, 8vo, pp. 90; with the the Church from the Earliest Ages to the Reformation, Rules and Orders, 1858, 8vo. 4. The Laws of Marriage 1833, 8vo, (Lib. U. K.;) New York, 1834, 8vo; 2d ed., and the Laws of Divorce of England, 1861, 8vo.

enlarged, Lon., 1835, 3 vols. 8vo. “A compendious and accurate digest."--Lon. Reader, 1864, ii. "Most assuredly it will secure him an honourable place among 443.

the masters of historical narrativn."- Bril. Crilic, 1833. Waddilove, W. System of Discrimioating Duties, and yet it is at least half a century behind the progress of the

"Perhaps the best of native growth of which we can boast; Lon., Dec. 1847, 4to.

age in accuracy and extent of information, and in the principles Waddilove, Rev. W. J. D. 1. Canadian Clergy upon which it is constructed."— Edin. Rre., 1835, 133–166. Reserves, Newc.-on-Tyne, 1810, pp. 46. See Rich's * A compendious and useful narrative."'-Lon. Quar. Rev., Bib). Amer. Nova, ii. 334. 2. Lamp in the Wilderness, July, 1851: Latin Christianity. 1847, cr.

"There are some good remiarks on Julian in Waddington's 8vo. See, also, STEWART, Hon. CHARLES Church History, ch. viii."- Farrar: Crit. Hist. of Free Thought, JAMES, D.D.

1863, Lect. II., 1. Wadding, Luke, b. at Waterford, Ireland, 1588, See, also, Schaff's Hist. of the Christian Church and was admitted to the order of St. Francis, 1605; founded his Hist, of the Apostolic Church; and add to No. 4 the College of St. Isidore, 1625; Procurator for the

Chronicles of the Ancient British Church previous to Franciscans at Rome, 1630-34; Vice-Commissary of the

the Arrival of St. Augustine, A.D. 596, 2d ed., p. 8vo. Franciscans, 1645-48; died, shortly after refusing a car- See Notes and Queries, July 24, 1869, p. 1. 5. History dinal's bat, Nov. 18, 1657, and was buried in the chapel of the Reformation on the Continent, (also styled Hisof St. Isidore. See Harris's Ware's Ireland.

tory of the Church during the Reformatiou,) 1811, 3 1. Culasio Concordantiæ Bibliorum, Hebraice et Lat., vols. 8vo. Romæ, 1621, 4 vols, fol. Calasio died at Rome whilst “ These volumes would more properly have been designated Wadding was there, leaving this work in MS. Wad- the Life and Times of Martin Luther;' they are in the main an ding procured and superintended the publication, and

elaborate defence of the career of the great Reformer."--Lon. prefixed to the text a learned treatise, De Hebraicæ

Athen., 1811, 301. See Pocock, N.

6. Three Lectures on National Education, 1845, 8vo. Linguæ Origine, Præstantia et Utilitate. A better edi.

See, also, HANBURY, BARNARD. tion of the Concordance was published by Romaine,

Waddington, John. 1. Hebrew Martyrs, Lon., (RomainE, WILLIAM.) 2. Opusculorum St. Francisci,

1844, 18mo. 2. Emmaus; or, Communion with the Libri tres, Antw., 1623. 3. Legatio Philippi III. et IV., Regum Hispaniæ, ad Sanc. D.D. Paulum V. et

Saviour at Eventide, 1846, fp. 8vo. See, also, Penri or

PENRY AP HENRY, John. Gregoriuw XV. et Urbanum VIII., Papas, pro defini. enda Controversia Immaculatæ Conceptionis B. Mariæ

Waddington, Julia R. 1. Misrepresentation : a

2. Janet; or, Glances Virginis; per Illust. Anthoniuin a Trejo. Louvaine, Novel, Lon., 1838, 3 vols. p. 8vo.

3. Newstoke 1624, fol.

at Human Nature, 1839, 3 vols. p. 8vo. This was preceded by three pamphlets of his

Priors; a Novel, 1842, 3 vols. p. 8vo. 4. Monk and on this point. 4. Annales Minorum, in quibus res omnes

the Married Man, 1819, 3 rols. p.

8vo. 3 Ordinis Franciscanorum tractantur, Lugd., 1625-40, 8

Waddington, Robert. 1. Longitude and Latitude vols. fol.; Romæ, 1654, 8 vols. fol. Epitome, &c., F. Haroldi, (Hiberni Liinericensis,) 1662, 2 vols. fol.

of a Ship at Sea, 1763, 4to; Supp., 1764, 4to. 2. Sea P.

Officer's Companion, 1771, 4to; Bath, 1778, 4to. 3. Silvestre-Cartel translated this abridgment into French,

Treatise on the Longitude, &c., Lon., 1773, 4to.

4. EpiToulouse, 1680–83, 8 vols. in 4, 4to. New ed. of the whole work, enlarged, Annales Minorum, seu Historia

toine of Navigation, 1777, 4to. trium Ordinum a S. Francisco Institutorum ; editio se.

Waddington, Rodolphus. See Verox, or VER

NON, JOAN SENONOYS. cunda studio Jos. Mar. Fonseca, Romæ, 1731-47, 22

Waddington, Samuel Ferrand, M.D. The Metavols. fol. Wadding's work terminates with vol. xvi.. pub. 1737: the others appeared : xvii., xviii., 1741: physic of Man: from the German of J. C. Goldbeck,

Lon., 1806. xix., 1745; XX., 1791; xxi., 1814; xxii., 1817.

Also political, &c. pamphlets, 1796–1812,

To which aid xxiii., 1859 ; xxiv., 1860. Soe Gibbon's De

9. v. in Watt's Bibl. Brit.

Waddy, Richard. Christian Soldier's Manual, cline and Fall, ch. Ixii. n.; Le Serapeuin, 1854, 49–55,

Leeds, 1815, 12no. (by Dr. Ant. Ruland ;) Brunet's Man., 5th ed., v. (1864) 1395. 5. Vita B. Petri Thomæ Aquitani Carmelita,

Waddy, S. D. Charges at Western Methodist Con

ference, 1860. 8vo. Lugd., 1637, 8vo. 6. Scriptores Oridinis Minorum, quibus accedit Syllabus eorum qui ex eodem Ordine pro

Wade. Catalogus Plantarum Indigenarum in Coni. Fide Christi fortiter occubuerunt, &c., Romæ, 1660, fol.

tatu Dubliniensi, 1794, 8vo.

Wade. Panorama of Hudson River from New York Liber rarissimus. Nova edita, 1806, fol. To which add,

to Albany, N. York and Phila., 1815, 181o. Supplementum et Castigatio ad Scriptores, &c., Opus

Wade, Dr. Case of a Præternatural Fatness; Med. posthumumn F. J. Hyacinthi Sharalæ, 1806, fol.

Obs. and Inq. iij. 69. “Déjà le P. Jean-François de Saint Antoine avait fait paraître

Wade, Edward. See Parker, AMASA J., LL.D., à Salamanque, en 1728, w premier sopplément in 4. à l'ouvrage de Wadding, que plus tard il retin lit, avec son supplé No. 2. ment, dans sa Billiotheca universa francisc., Matrii, 1732-33, 3

Wade, George. Doctrine of the Trinity, &c., Lon., vol, in fol."-BRUNET: ubi supra.

1722, 8vo. We have already noticed (p. 532, supra) Wadding's

Wade, Henry, Hon. Sec. to the Wear Valley Anged. of Duns Scotus: there was extracted from this, Vita ling Association. Haleyon; or, Red Fishing with Fly, Joannis Duns Scoti, &c., Montibus, typis F. Waudrai, Minnow, and Worm, with coloured plates, Lon., 1861, cr.

8vo. 1614, 12o.

“ It will be inferred that we think very highly of Mr. Wada Wadding, Peter, a native of Ireland. Tractatus

and his fly-leaves."- Lon, Athen., 1861, ii. 183. de Incarnatione, Antw., 1636.

“Mr. Wade has succeeded animirably. We recommend Waddingham, Rev. T. Geometrical Treatise on the book with the greatest pleasure."- Bell's Life, 1861. Conic Sections, Lon.. 1857, 8vo, pp. 66.

Wade, Rev. J. 1. Thesaurus of Karen Knowledge; Waddington, Charles, of the E. I. Co.'s Engi- / Written by Sau-Kau-Too, Tavoy, 1847–50, 4 vols. 8vo.

pp. 1024.

2. Vocabulary of the Sgau Karen Language, 1819, 8vo, Wade, Walter, M.D. 1. Planta Rariores in Hi.

bernia inventæ, Dubl., 1804, 8vo. 2. Lectures on the Wade, J. A. Hand-Book to the Piano-Forte, Lon., Meadow and Pasture Grasses, 1808, 8vo, pp. 106. 1842, 4to; 1844, 4to; by J. Burnett, 1852, 4to. Other * Possess much merit.”- Donaldson's Agr. Bing., 97. musical and poetical publications, q. v. in London Cata- 3. Sketch of Lectures on Artificial or Sown Grasses, logues. See, also, WestROPP, E. J., No. 5.

1808, 8vo, pp. 55. 4. Quercus, or Oaks; from the French Wade, J. A. Systematic Zoology, Grammar, and of Michaux, Histoire des Chênes de l'Amérique SepSynopsis of Natural History, Lon., 1812, fol.

tentrionale; with Notes, &c., 1809, r. 8vo, pp. 73. Wade, James A., of Darnick, co. of Roxborough,

Wadesworth, or Wadsworth, James. See Scotland. History of St. Mary's Abbey, Melrose; The

W ADS WORTH. Monastery of Old Melrose; and the Town and Parish Wadley, J. W. Letter on Vaccination, Lon., 1803, of Melrose; with numerous Illustrations by the Author, 8vo. Lon., 1861, cr. 8vo.

Wadstrom, C. B. 1. Observations on the Slave"A volume which, taken altogether, is worthy of the subject Trade, &c., Lon., 1789, 8vo. 2. Essay on Colonization, which it serves to illustrate."-Lon, Athen., 1861, ii. 407.

&c., 2 Parts 4to, 1794-95, Wade, Rev. John. 1. Redemption of Time; on Wadsworth, Benjamin, D.D., b. at Milton, Mass., Ephes. v. 16, Lon., 1683, 8vo; 1692, 8vo. 2. Confession 1669; graduated at Harvard College, 1690; ordained, of Sins; on 1 Joho i. 9, 1697, 8vo.

1696, and ministerially connected with the First Church, Wade, John, V.-P. Institut d'Afrique, (Historical Boston, from this time until 1725; President of Harvard Section,) Paris. 1. History of the Middle and Working College, 1725 until his death, Mar. 16, 1737. He pubClasses, (also styled History and Philosophy of the Pro. Jished many sermons and theological treatises, 1700ductive Classes,) Lon., 1833, 12mo; 1842, (Chambers's | 1725, q. v. in Sprague's Annals, i., Trin. Congreg., 220. People's Edits.) See Lieber's Essays on Prop. and Lab., See, also, Quincy's list. of Harvard Univ., Index. ed. 1854, 190, n. 2. Cabinet Lawyer, 14th ed., Lon., Wadsworth, Benjamin, D.D., b. at Milton, Mass., 1847, r. 18mo; 24th ed., 1868. 3. British History Chrono- 1750; graduated at Harvard College, 1769; was ordained logically Arranged, 18:39, 8vo; 5th ed., 1847, 8vo, pp. pastor of the church in Danvers, Mass., 1772, and rexii., 1240. Commended by Lon. Mon. Rev., Times, tained this connection until his death, Jan. 18, 1826. He Spec., &c. But see Lon. Athen., 1839, 996. 4. Unre- published single sermons, 1782-1821, and a Eulogy on formed Abuses in Church and State, 1819, fp. 8vo. 5. George Washington, Salemn, 1800, 8vo. See Sprague's Junius, 1850, 2 vols. p. 8vo. See Junius, pp. 1002, (iv.) | Annals, ii., Trin. Congreg., 31. 1004, (1850 :) Lon. Quar. Rev., Dec. 1851, 91, (same in Wadsworth, Charles, D.D., a Presbyterian divine, Bost. Liv. Age, xxxii. 385;) Dubl. Univ. Mag., xl. 20, settled successively at Troy, Philadelphia, San Francisco, (same in Bost. Liv. Age, xxxiv. 385: by William Dowe.) | and again, 1869 et seq., at Philadelphia, has published 6. England's Greatness, 1856, 16ıno.

a puinber of single serions: and a volume of his Ser* The quantity of matter is very considerable, if its quality is

mons preached in Calvary Church, San Francisco, was not very good."-- Westm. Rer., Jan. 1857: Contemp. Lil.

See Bun“It is a cumbrous dissertation on the several aspects of British published at San Francisco in 1869, 12mo. history."-Lon. Athen., 1857, 148,

gay's Off-lland Takings, (1854,) 378. 7. Women Past and Present, 1859, p. 8vo. See, also, Wadsworth, G. Factor's Guide to Cast PlateCOXE, William, No. 24. In 1862 a Civil Service Pension Glass, Lon., 1847, 8vo. of £50 was granted to Mr. Wade in consideration of his Wadsworth, or Wadesworth, James, left the contributions to political literature, more especially during Church of England for the Church of Rome, returned the Reform agitation of 1832.

to the former, and wrote against the latter. 1. Copies Wade, John. Baptism of the Spirit, Lon., 1841-42, of Letters on Religion between J. Wadesworth and Wm. 2 vols. 12mo.

Bedell, Bishop of Kilmore, Lon., 1624, 4to. See Lowndes's Wade, John Peter, M.D. 1. Select Evidence on Brit. Lib., 1068. 2. Present Estate of Spayne, 1630, 4to. Fever and Dysentery in Bengal, Lon., 1791, 8vo. 2. 3. English Spanish Pilgrime, 1630), 4to. 4. Further ObNature, &c. of Emetics, &c. in Bengal, 1792, 8vo. 3. servations of the English Spanish Pilgrime, 1629, '30, Paper on Disorders, &o. of Seamen and Soldiers in 4to; Memoirs, &c., 167t, 4tu; 1680, 8vo. 5. European Bengal, 1793, 8vo.

Mercury; from the Italian, 1611, 8vo. 6. The Civil Wade, Robert, Senior Surgeon to the Westminster Wars of Spain; from the Original of P. del Sandoval, Dispensary. Stricture of the Urethra ; its Complications 1652, fol. and Effects, &c., Lon., 8vo, 1810; 2d ed., 1849; 3d ed., "A renegado proselyte-turncoat, of any religion, and every 1852; 4th ed., 1860.

trade, now living, (1655, a common hackney to the basest catch* Mr. Waile ... is deservedly looked npon as an

pole bayliffs," &c.;-SANDERSON: Rrign and Death of K. James,

authority this matter."-Lon. Med. Times and Gaz.

1655, year 1620), 491. Quuted twice, with evident satisfaction, Wade, Thomas, 1. Mundi et Cordis: De Rebus 115, 130, 1077.

by Anthony Wood: see his Athen. Oxon., Bliss's ed., il. 662, iii. Sempiternis et Temperariis, Carinina: Poems and Sonnets. Lon., 1835, 12mo.

Wadsworth, Joseph. XVI. Lectures on the Apo“ With one shade more of freshness and nature, and one less calyptic Epistles addressed to the Seven Churches of of conceit, in the poems which make up this volume, it might | Asia, Idle, 1825, 12mo. have been acceptable to the public."-Lim. Athen., 1835, 569. Wadsworth, Olive A. Bill Riggs, Junr.: the

2. Prothanasia, and other Poems, 1839, brochure. Story of a City Boy, Bost., 1869, 18mo. Commended, with qualifications, by Lon. Athen., 1839, Wadsworth, Thomas, 1630–1676, a Nonconformist 275.

divine, minister of Newington Butts and of St. Lawrence, An eminent critic remarks of Mr. Wade,

Pountney. 1. Faith's Triumph over the Fears of Death, "He is a port; he is overflowing with fancy and sensibility,

Long, 1670, 8vo. and not without the finest subtleties of imagination."--LEIGHI

2. Immortality of the Soul Explained HUNT.

and Proved by Scripture and Reason, 1670, 8vo. Ruad his poems Helena, The Jew of Arragon, The

"Contains satisfactory evidences of the intermediate state."

-Bickersleth's C. S., 455.
Death of Gunderode. 3. What Does Hamlet Mean ? a
Lecture at the Jersey Mechanics' Institute, (1810,) 8vo.

3. Two Serms. on 1 Pet. iii. 18-20, with a Preface by "As a one-sided and clever exposition of Hamlet's character,

R. Baxter, 1677, Svo. Other treatises. His Remains this pamphlet deserves perusal."-Lon. Alhen., 18H, 713. were published after his death, with Life prefixed. See,

Wade, Rev. Thomas. Notes on the Gospel of St. also, Calamy and Clark's Lives, 1681, fol. John, as Translated by “ Five Clergymen," Lon., 1857, r. Wafer, Lionel, inade several voyages to the South 8vo, pp. 37.

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Wait, Daniel Guilford, LL.D., of St. John's Col. &c., Lon., 1868, cr. 8vo, pp. viii., 311. lege, Cambridge, for some time Curate of Puckle Church, Wake, Sir Isaac, b. at Billing, Northamptonshire, Dear Bristol, and in 1819 made Rector of Blagdon, Som. 1575, was elected Probationer Fellow of Merton College, erset; d. 1850, aged 61. 1. Defence of a Critique on Oxford, 1598, and Public Orator, 1604; kuighted, 1619; the Hebrew Woru Nachash, against the Hypothesis of was ambassador to Venice, Savoy, and other courts; Adam Clarke, 1811, 8vo. 2. Inquiry respecting the M.P. for Oxford, 1625; d. at Paris, 1632. He published Religious Koowledge which the Heathen Philosophers a number of political Discourses, Funeral Orations, &c., derived from the Jewish Scriptures, 1813, 8vo. 3. Com but is best known by his Latin account of King James's parison of Certain Traditions in the Thalmud, Targumin, I visit to Oxford: Rex Platonicus; sive de Potentissimi

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