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Egyptians, both series, 6 vol., plates, uncut, 1837-41, 8vo. (954)

Sotheran. £2 16s. 5150 Worlidge (T.). Drawings from curious Antique Gems, 2 vol.,

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[JUNE 8TH AND SIX SUBSEQUENT DAYS, 1888.]

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5154 Acta Sanctorum, collegit, digessit, Notis illustravit J. Bol

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Brushwood, £1 25. 5157 Annual Register from the commencement, 1758 to 1885, and

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Walford, £10 155. 5158 Answere for the Tyme, to the examination put in print, with

out the Authours name, pretending to mayntayne the apparell prescribed against the declaration of the mynisters

of London, mor., gt. edge, n. p., 1566, 8vo. (32) Bull, £ 1 3s. 5159 Apocalypse of S. John the Divine, represented by Figures

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xxx, and Index, etc., in a vol., 31 vol., cf., 1779-1884—The

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Quaritch, £11. 5162 Archæologia Cantiana, being Transactions of the Kent

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Westell, £2 125. 5202 British Museum. Catalogue of the Printed Maps, Plans,

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Maggs, 12 55. 5205 Brownists, An Apologie or Defence of such true Christians

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Ellington, £16 10s. 5208 Bulletino Archeologico Napoletano publicato da F. M.

Avellino, both series, 1842-58, 12 vol. in 6, plates, hf. cf.,
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