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THE LITERARY LIFE and SELECT WORKS of BENJAMIN STILLINGFLEET, Fsq. several of which have never before been published. By the Rev. WILLIAM COXE, M.A. F.R.S. F.S.A. }... with Portraits of B. Stillingfleet, R. Price, W. Windham, and R. A. Neville, Esquires; and with 17 Plates of Grasses, engraved by Sowerby. Three Vols. 8vo. Price 2l. 2s. or Royal Paper, with the Botanical Plates coloured, Price 3!. 3s.
“The “Literary Life of Mr. Stillingfleet' forms the First Volume; and, to men curious in Literary History, must form a very interesting memorial. Wolumes II. and III. contain his Poetry and Miscellaneous Tracts in Natural History, enriched with the Additional Observations of Professor Martyn. The value of these original and o curious Extracts cannot fail to be appreciated by every person conversant with the subject. Mr. Stillingfleet's Remarks on Agricultural Writers are particularly valuable. His Works will now attain the rank in every Library to which they are so justly entitled."—Gent. Mag. 1811.
*** At the desire of several Persons, Mr. Archdeacon Coxe's “Life of Stillingfleet” is sold separately from the “Works,” embellished with four original Portraits, Price 14s. boards.
SPECIMENS of ENGLISH ECCLESIASTICAL COSTUME,
from the earliest Period down to the Sixteenth Century; consisting of XL Subjects, selected from Sculptures. Paintings, and Brasses, remaining in this Kingdom. By JOHN CARTER, F.S.A. Extracted from the New Edition of Fosbrooke's “ British Monachism.” In Royal Octavo, price 10s. 6d. boards. *, *, A Biographical Memoir of its ingenious Author is prefixed to this curious Work, ouly a very few Copies of which are printed for separate sale.
LETTERS on VARIOUS SUBJECTS, Literary,
Political, and Ecclesiastical, to and from WILLIAM NICOLSON, U. D. successively Bishop of Carlisle and of Derry, and Archbishop of Cashel; including the Correspondence of several eminent Persons, from 1683 to 1726, inclusive. With Literary and Historical Anecdotes. By JOHN NICHOLS, F.S.A. Two Volumes, 8vo. Price 16s.
“It is but justice to observe, that to all who are desirous of penetrating into the minute History of Literature, and the Characters of Literary Men, the present Publication must prove highly gratifying and satisfactory.”
- Gent. Mag. 1809.
THE EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE of Sir RICHARD STEEI.E.To which are prefixed, Fragments of Three Plays: Two of them undoubtedly Steele's, the Third supposed to be Addison's. With Literary and Historical Anecdotes, by JOHN §§oo. F.S.A. Two Volumes 8vo, with a Portrait. Price 16s.
“The most apparently trifling of these unpremeditated Effusions have a direct tendency to illustrate some *. of the Writer's temper and habits, and to bring us nearer to the real character of a man whom we can no longer contemplate in real life. The present Edition appears with a great many attractive recommendations. Besides many additional Letters, we are now presented with three Dramatic Fragments, which cannot fail to engage the attention of the admirers of Steele and Addison.”—Gent. Mag. 1809.
THE LIFE and ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE of Sir GEORGE RADCLIFFE, Knt. LL.D. the Friend of the Earl of Straf. ford. ... By THOMAS DUNHAM, WHITAKER, LL.D. F.S. A. Vicar of Whalley. With two Fac-Simile Plates. Demy 4to, Price 1.l. 1s. ; Royal Paper, 11.11s 6d.
DE MOTU PER BRITANNIAM CIVICO, Annis MDCCXLV et MDCCXLVI, Liber unicus. Auctore T. D. WHITAKER, LL.D. F.S.A. 12mo, Price 6s. “This elegant and classical History of the Rebellion of 1745 will be received by Scholars as an acceptable present from a Scholar and an Antiquary. The language is pure and elegant, and the reflections of the Author are profound.” Gent. Mag. 1809.
- a - p . . County #igtorieg. HUTCHINS’S HISTORY OF DORSETSHIRE. ... " THE Third and Fourth Volumes of the New and much Improved Edition of HUTCHINSS HISTORY, of DORSETSHIRE. With copious Additions, by the late Richard Gough, Esq. and J. B. Nichols, F. S. A. F. L. S. Price 16. 16s.; or on Large Paper, 21 l. *...* These Volumes (either of which may be had separately) are embellished with CXII Plates, (besides numerous Vignettes), and contain the Description of the Hundreds of Cogdean, Cranbourne, Knowlton, Loosebarrow, Sex nny Handley, Upwinbourne, and Winbourne St. Giles; and the Liberties of Stour. minster Marshall, and Gillingham, and the whole of Sherbourne Division. Also, the Natural History, by Dr. Pulteney; the Domesday for the County, and other Prolegomena; an ample Appendix of Additions and Corrections, and General Indexes to the whole Work. *** The Possessors of the FIRST EDITI on of HUTch INs's “DORSETSHIRE,” in Two Volumes, may have the Third and Fourth Volumes of the Secon D EDITION, bound uniform with their Sets; and the new Plates that occur in the first Two Volumes of the New Edition (LXVIII in number) introduced into their proper places in the First Edition.—for 16l., 16s, exclusive of the charge for Binding.—A liberal price will be given for Vol. II. of the Second EDITION, 1803. - Qf the following separate Articles only Fifty Copies are printed. 1. VITRUVIUS DORSETTIENSIS; or, Thirty-Six Views of the more principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in the County of Dorset, beautifully engraved by eminent Artists, and printed on the best Plate Paper, 41.4s. 2. The BEAUTIES of joo, or Twenty Views of some of the more principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Dorsetshire. None of which were in the First Edition of Hutchins's “History.” 21, 12s. 6d. 3. HISTORY OF SHER BORNE TOWN, with XII Plates, 11.10s. 4. HISTORY OF MILTON ABBEY, with II Plates, 10s. 6d. 5. DR. PULTENEY's CATALOGUE of the BIRDs, Shells, and PLANts of Dorsets HIRE, with XXIII Plates, 2l. 2s. 6. DORSETSHIRE DOMESDAY, with Translation and Dissertation, 15s. 7. MEMOIR OF MR.HUTCHINS, by Mr. BINGHAM, Portrait, 4to.7s.6d.
NICHOLS’S HISTORY OF LEICESTERSHIRE. The Three last Portions of the HISTORY of LEICESTERSHIRE, containing the Hundreds of GUTHLAxton and SPARKENHor; with the History of the Town of Leicester; a large Appendix, and ample Indexes to the whole Work. These Volumes are embellished with CCLV Plates. Price'17l. 17s. ; or on Large Paper, 26l. 5s. -Each Volume, as far as relates to the Hundred it describes, is a complete and independent Work, and may be had separately.
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The HISTORY of the original PARISH of WHALLEY
The HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of the Deanely
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HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of HAWSTED, in the County of SUFFOLK. By the Rev. Sir JOHN CULLUM, BART. Second Edition.
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HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of KIDDINGTON, co. Oxford. B the Rev. T. WARTON, B. D. F. S. A. The Third Edition.
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HISTORY of the MANOR and MANOR-HOUSE, of SOUTH WINFIELD, in DERBYSHIRE. By THOMAS BLORE, Esq. of the society of the Middle Temple, and F. S. A. Author of “The History of Rutland.”
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SECOND APPENDIX to HISTORY of CROYLAND. By RICHARD GOUGH, Esq. illustrated by Ten Folio Plates of the History of St. Guthlac. The Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica, having become particularly valuable, and many of the Copies wanting the above Tract, [from p. 205 to 298 of Vol. III.] it has been thought fit to re-print it, confining the Impression to Tw ENTY-NIvE CoPIEs. Price 2l. 2s. To this Re-publication is prefixed a beautiful View of the West Front of CRoy LAND ABBEY, drawn by J. CARTER, F. S. A. and engraved by BASIre. +4t A Single Copy of the “Bibliotheca o: Britannica,” with the Continuation complete, may be had, Twelve large Volumes 4to. Price 100l.
THE HISTORY of BOLSOVER and PEAK CASTLES, DERbyshire. By Dr. PEGGE. With seven Plates, from Drawings by Major H. Rooke, 4to. Price 10s. 6d.
THE HISTORY of ECCLESHAL MANOR and CASTLE ; and of
II, LUSTRATIONS OF PENNANT'S LONDON.
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. This day is re-published, with Additions and Corrections, in royal 8vo. embellished
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THE TOPOGRAPHY and NATURAi. HišTORY of
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ExCURSIONS in the Counties of KENT, GLOU
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The WORKS of WILLIAM HUTTON, F.A.S.S.
Consisting of, Vol. I. His LIFE, written by himself; Journey to Londox, 2d edition.—Vol. II. HIsto Ry of BIRMINGHAM.—Vol. III. Courts of RFQUESTs, and DISSERTATION on Juries and HUNDRED Court.—Vol. IV. BATTLE of Bosworth FIELD, 2d edition, with Additions by Nichols.—
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Tour to SCARBORou GH, with A SURVEY of York.-Vol. VIII. TRIP to
1. A JOURNEY TO LONDON ;
Comprising a Description of the most interesting Objects of Curiosity to a Visitor of the Metropolis. By WILLIAM HUTTON, F. A. S. S. Second Edition. 8vo. 5s.
2. THE HISTORY OF DERBY :
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An Account of Pythagoras' School in Cambridge, as in Mr. Grose's Antiuities of England and Wales, and other Notices. To which is added, Something Supplementary, containing an Account of Merton College, Oxford.
Folio, with Nine Plates, price Il. 1s. boards.
of Merton College, Oxford, but never regularly published; and is now very rare.
POWNALL on ROMAN ANTIQUITIES at BATH.
ROYAL TRIBES of WALES. - By PHILIP YORKE, Esq. of Erthig. With XII beautiful Portraits, engraved by bond, 4to. price ll. 1s. boards. |
HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of HINCKLEY, and of WITHERLEY, co. LeicestER; with a Large Extract of the Manduessedum, Romanorum; being the History of MANCETER, (including the Hamlets of HARTs. HILL, Old BURY, and ATHERSTONE ;) and also of the adjacent Parish of ANs 1.ey, co. WARwick; by the late BENJAMIN BARTLETT, Esq. F. S. A. Embel
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HALFPENNY's FRAGMENTA VETUSTA, containing XXXIV
JOURNAL of a VOYAGE to MADRAS and CHINA in 1811 and 1812; returning by the Cape of Good Hope and St. Helena; in the H.C. S. The t. James Pendergrass. By JAMES WATHEN. With XXIV
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THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS of GEORGE
HARDINGE, Esq. M. A. F. R. S. F. S. A. Senior Justice of the Counties of Gla-
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