By T.E. Jessop
Since the 1st visual appeal of this bibliography (1934, Oxford Uni versity Press), which has lengthy been out of print, a lot realization has been paid to Berkeley mere reprint will be inept. along with bringing it brand new i've got additional collations of these variations of Berkeley's writings that have been released in his lifetime. In doing so i've got used a kind of description uncomplicated sufficient for someone to stick to but enough to permit librarians to envision their catalogues and to spot copies during which the titlepage is lacking or mutilated. As prior to, i've got marked with an asterisk through the bibliography each publication, version and article that has no longer been obvious via me or, in a couple of instances, by means of a reliable buddy. My basic curiosity no longer being bibliographical within the present-day hugely technical feel, yet philosophical, i've got aimed mainly at (a) offering complicated scholars (and their hard-pressed advisers) of Berkeley, or of the topics on which he wrote, with a consultant to the fabrics for examine, and (b) showing the variety in time and position, and the course, of the eye which he has attracted. those goals account for the category of the entries below a number of common subject-headings and of the philosophical entries below nations, 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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Introduction) and its reprints; also in Fraser (286, p. 331), and in L & ], vol. 7, 380. In a letter of 29 July 1722 to Percival, B. says that he had drawn up by official request a Latin inscription for the equestrian statue of King George I which was to be unveiled a few days later. , if indeed inscribed, has been removed, and the text has not been recorded. POSTHUMOUSLY PUBLISHED REMAINS "MS ... below" refers to the Inventory of MSS. 209 1706. A description of the Cave of Dunmore A paper read before a Society.
1732). De motu (1721). This collection has never been repro INSCRIPTIONS 207 ? Latin epitaph to John and Thomas Wainwright. On a marble tablet on the west wall of the nave of Chester Cathedral. Below the inscription are the names of the writer and the sculptor: "G. P. & Gul. P. in Nov. 1721, this date is the terminus a quo. 's friend John Wainwright (a Baron of the Irish Exchequer), who was born in Chester, settled and died (1741) in Dublin, and was buried in Chester Cath. in the grave of his father and grandfather, whom the inscription honours.
Draper. 8°. 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 ?
A Bibliography of George Berkeley: With Inventory of Berkeley’s Manuscript Remains by T.E. Jessop