Dictionnaire historique et critique par Monsieur Bayle. Rotterdam: Reinier Leers, 1697.
Tome premier, premiere partie.—A-B.
Tome premier, seconde partie.—C-G.
Tome second, premere partie.—H-O.
Tome second, seconde partie.—P-Z.
Dictionnaire historique et critique par Monsieur Bayle. Troisième édition. —According to this page, this was a pirated edition, but Bayle’s 1702 edition, the second, and the last he edited, does not seem to be easily available on line. This is probably a close duplicate of it. Rodderdam (no publisher stated; according to that same page, it was actually published in Geneva by Fabri et Barrillot), 1715.
A General Dictionary, Historical and Critical: in which a new and accurate translation of that of the celebrated Mr. Bayle, with the corrections and observations printed in the late edition at Paris, is included; and interspersed with several thousand lives never before published. The whole containing the history of the most illustrious persons of all ages and nations, particularly those of Great Britain and Ireland, distinguished by their rank, actions, learning, and other accomplishments. With reflections on such passages of Mr. Bayle, as seem to favor Scepticism and the Manichee system. By the Reverend Mr. John Peter Bernard, F.R.S., the Reverend Mr. Thomas Birch, M.A. and F.R.S., Mr. John Lockman, and other hands. And the articles relating to Oriental history by George Sale, Gent. London, 1735-1741. —Volume 9 has proved elusive, in spite of diligent searches.
Vol. I.—Aaron to Aneau (Bartholomew).
Vol. II.—Angelis (Domenico de) to Barwick (Peter).
Vol. III.—Basina to Bzovius (Abraham) (at Hathi Trust).
Vol. IV.—Caesalpinus (Andreas) to Edward IV.
Vol. V.—Egerton (Thomas) to Hall (Joseph).
Vol. VI.—Hall (Richard) to Leontium.
Vol. VII.—Leontius to Nymphodorus of Amphipolis.
Vol. VIII.—Obsequens (Julius) to Ryer (Peter).
Vol. X.—Villamarini (Isabella) to the index.
Biographium Faemineum. The Female Worthies: or, Memoirs of the Most Illustrious Ladies, of All Ages and Nations, who have been eminently distinguished for their learning, genius, virtue, piety, and other excellent endowments, conspicuous in all the various stations and relations of life, public and private. London, 1766. Volume I exists only at Google Books; Volume II exists only at the Internet Archive, though it came originally from Google Books.
Vol. I. (A very poor scan.)
Universal Pronouncing Dictionary of
Biography and Mythology, by J. Thomas, 1915 (the fourth edition).
—This is the book you need when you want the real English pronunciations
of foreign names like Haydn (pronounced Hā-dn rather than Hī-dn).