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663t Travel*), Ac. Beltrano Descrittione del Regno di Napoli conle Famiglie, Nobili.Vesconadi, Arcinesconadi e Santi, che sono in esso, Napoli, 1646; F. Olmo Dot tore Relation! della Republics diVenetia, di Polonia, et di Bohemia, Venttia, 1628, small 4to. elf. from Font kill, 3s. f>d.

664t Belzoni's Narrative of his Operations and

Discoveries in the Pyramids, Temples, Tombs, &c. in Egypt and Nubia, and Journey to the Red Sea, and Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, 4to. ha(f elf. neat, portrait and map, 15*. 6rf. pub. 21. 5s. 1821

1362 BENNET and TYERMAN'S Journal of

Voyages and Travels in the South Sea Islands, China, India, &c. 1821-9, compiled by James Montgomery, 2 vols. Svo. fine copy, half c(f. neat, plates, scarce, 11. \l. Ss. 1831

665t Benson's Journal of a Visit to Corsica,

with its History, and Specimens of its Language and Poetry, "praised by Sir Walter Scott," 8vo. plates, 3*. pub. 10s. 6d. . . 1825

666c Benyowsky (Count) Memoirs and Travels

in Poland, Kamchatka, Japan, Formosa, Canton, Madagascar, &c. " contains curious and authentic information,'' 2 vols. 4to. fine copy, elf. {Marquis of Lansdtnme'scopy, costHeber \l. is.) 6s.6d.l790

667t Berchtoldt (Count Leopold) Essay to Direct and Extend the Inquiries of Patriotic Travellers, (contains a list of English and Foreign Works for Instruction and Benefit of Travellers, and Catalogue of European Travels from earliest times,) 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5s. . . 1789

66St Bcmier, Voyages de, contenant la Description des Etats du Grand Mogol, Sec. 2 vols. 12mo. plates, Amst. 1699: Histoire de la Derniere Revolution des Etats du Grand Mogol, 12mo. Par. 1670; 3 vols. 12mo. c(f. " that excellent old traveller."Quarterly Review. 5s. 6d.

669t Bertin's China, its Costume, Arts, Manufactures, 8cc. edited, with Explanatory, Historical, and Literary Observations by Breton, translated, 4 vols. 12mo. 80 col. pits. 9s. 6d. pub. 21. 2s. 1824

670t Bertrand (Dr.) Histoire de Boulogne-Sur

Mer et de ses Environs, Physique, Civile, et Politique, avec la Topographie, Medicale, Histoire Naturelle, Biographie des Hommes Distingues Natifs, 2 thick vols. Svo. half c{f. map and plates, 4s. 6d.

Boulogne, 1828

671t Betti Descrizione di un Meraviglioso

Ponte Natnrale, net Monti Veronesi, small 4to. 2 curious plates, 2s. . Verona, 1766

672t Bibliotheca Americana, or Chronological

Catalogue of the most Curious and Instructive Books. Pamphlets, State Papers, 8tc. on N. and S. America in Print, and MSS. from Earliest Period, 4to./n* copy, c(f. extra, Is. . 1789

673t Bibliotheca Americo Septentrionalis, a

Choice Collection of Books in various Languages, relating to America, (2024 Articles,) 8vo. 4s.

Paris, 1820

674t Bickham's British Monarchy, or Chrono

graphical Description of Dominions subject to King of Gt. Britain, Brit. Isles, American Colonies, Electoral States, African and Indian, Maps and Roads of each, beautifully engraved by this eminent penman, very scarce, 1749; Tryal of Lord Byron for murder of Chaworth, 1765; Templar and Literary Gazette, 14 Nos. 1773, and 3 others, fol. elf. 5s.6d.

675t Billings (Commodore) Account of a Geographical and Astronomical Expedition to the Northern Parts of Russia, to Islands stretching to the American Coast, 1785-94, with Notes by Sauea, 4to. elf. neat, map and plates, " valuable work," . . 1802

676t Bingley (Rev. W.) Abridgment of Modern

Travels in North and South Europe, North America and Asia; ditto. Biographical Conversations on the most Eminent Voyagers of different Nations, from Columbus to Cook, 5 vols. cr. 8vo. pits, (an admirable work for young people,) 9s. 6d. pub. 32s.


1594 Bingley (Rev. W.) North Wales Deli

neated in Two Excursions, intended as a Guide, 8vo. pits, and map, '.is. 15*. 1814

677t Blaquiere (Ed.) Letters from Greece, and

Account of the Spanish Revolution, and Religion, Manners, and Literature of Spain, (" valuable in

formation on this country,") 2 vols. 8vo. map, 4s. 6d. pub. 11. 8s. . . 1822

678t Travels, AC. Bligh (Lieut.) Narrative of the Mutiny of the Bounty, and subsequent Voyage, Ho. map, best edition, 2s. 1790

679t Boemus(Dr.) Omnium, Gentium, Mores,

Leges et Ritus, ex Multis Clariss. Scriptoribus, cr. 8vo. 1*. . . Paris, 1538

680t Boid (Capt.) Description of the Azores,

or Western Islands, their Peculiarities, Topographical, Geological, Statistical, &c. 8vo. map and plates, 3s. pub. 10s. . . 1835

681t Boissel, Voyage Pittoresque et Navigation

sur le Rhone, 4to. \7 singular plates, 4s. Par. 1795

682t Bond's Topographical and Historical

Sketches of East and West Looe in Cornwall, the Natural and Artificial Curiosities and Picturesque Scenery, 8vo. plates, 3s. pub. 10s. , 1823

683t Bondaroy, Recherches sur les Ruines

d'Herculaneum et sur les lumieres relativcment aux Arts, avec Traite sur la Fabrique des Mosaiques, \2mo. half. c\f. neat, plates, 3s. Paris, 1770

684t Cochin et Bellicard sur les Antiquites

d'Herculaneum et sur la Peinture et Sculpture des Anciens et Antiquites de Naples, 12mo. c(f. neat, numerous plates, 3s. 6d. . Paris, 1754

685t Recueil General, Historique et Critique, de tout qui a ete publie de plus rare sur Herculane, 12mo. elf. neat, 2s. . 1754

686t — Bonney (Rev. Dr.) Historic Notices of Fotheringay, Svo.plates by Storer, 2s. pub. "is. 6d.


687t Bonnycastle's Account of Spanish America, 2 vols. Svo. maps, 4s. pub. 11. Is. 1818

688t BOUCHETTE'S Topographical and Statistical Description of Lower and Upper Canada, with Topographical Dictionary of Lower Canada, 3 vols. 4to. maps.vieu's, Sfc. 18s. 4l.4s. 1831

689t Boullaye Le Gouz, Tour in Ireland, in 16.44,

translated with Notes, by Croker, Roche, Mahony, and Wright, cr. 8vo. cloth, 5s. . 1837

690t Bourgoing, Tableau de l'Espagne Moderne,

(" most satisfactory of all travels in Spain."Pinkerton,) 3 vols. 8vo. and 4 to. atlas of maps, plates, including the 2 splendid Arabiac Vases, Bull Fights, Buildings, &c. 6s. 6d. pub. 21. 12s. 6<i. 1808

691t Bowditch's Excursions in Madeiraand Porto

Santo, edited, with continuation, by Mrs. Bowditch, with Zoological, Meteorological and Barometrical Observations, 4to. numerous plates, principally of Natural History, lis. pub. 21. 2s. 1825

692t Boyd (Capt.) Voyages to Barhary, with

Hist, and Geograph. Account, also the Hardship, Sufferings, &c. of Christian Slaves, &c. with Ancient and Modern History of Oran, and Al-Marsa, and Journal of Spanish Proceedings in their African Conquests, 8vo. maps, 3s. . 1736

693t Brand's Journal of a Voyage to Peru,

across the Andes on Foot in the Snow, and across the Pampas, 8vo. plates, 3s. 6d. pub. 12s. 1828

6941 Brayley's Topographical Sketches of Bright

helmston and its Neighbourhood, cr. 8vo. 12 neat views by Havell, 2s. pub. 7s. . 1825

695t Breton (Lieut.) Scandinavian Sketches in

a Tour to Norway, (" best work on Norway, contains valuable information on Scandinavian Angling,") 8vo. 17 beautiful plates, those of Costume coloured, and maps, 5s. 6d. pub. 14s. 1837

696t Bretagh (Capt.) Voyage round the World,

begun in 1719; chiefly to cruise against the Spaniards m the South Sea, 8vo. elf. map, 2s. 1728

697t \.f Brewster's Parochial Antiquities of Stockton upon Tees, 4to. elf. very neat, 4s. 1796


culum Sanctarum Perigrinationum in Montem Sion, folio, elf. neat, large plates, (for notice of this very rare work, see Dibdin's Biol. Spencer. Chat to on Wood Engraving, Sfc.) 2/. Spirensem,\4 90

699t Briggs (Lieut.-Col.) Letters to a Young

Person in India, calculated to afford Instruction for his Conduct, more especially with the Natives, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. Is. 6d. '. 1828

700t —— Bright (Dr.) Travels from Vienna, through Lower Hungary, ("principally Agricultural and Statistical Information." " Valuable,") thick 4to. c(f. neat, many fine plates, 14s. pub. 41, 4s. 1818

7011 Travels), dCC. Brockedon's Journals of Excursions in the Alps, cr. 8vo. map, 5s. pub. 10s. dd. . . 1833

702t Brockedon's Road Book from London to

Italy, 8vo. cloth, gilt top, very beautiful plates by Finden, II. 4s. . 1835

703t Brocquiere's Travels to Palestineand Return

Overland from Jerusalem to France, in 1432-3, translated by Johnes, royal 8vo. c(f. neat, map, (usualprice, 15s.,) Us.' Hafod Press, 1807

704t Brooke's History of the Island of St.

Helena, from its Discovery by the Portuguese, to 1823, 8vo. new and neat in elf. 6s. pub. 12s. 1824

705t Brooke's Winter in Lapland and Sweden,

with various Observations relating to Finmark and its Inhabitants, thick ito.plates, 15s. ( 3 gs.


706t Broughton's Letters from a Mahratta

Camp descriptive of the Character, Manners, Domestic Habits, and Religious Ceremonies of the Mabrattas, (" instruction and amusement."— Quarterly Review.) 4to. elf. nt. coloured plates, 10s. 21. 8s. . . 1813

707t Brown (Dr.) (Physician to Charles II.)

Account of Travels in Europe, Hungaria, Servia, Bulgaria, Austria, Syria, &c. best edition, folio, good copy, elf. many plates, and beautiful MS. notes by F. Boteler, 5s. 6d. . 1685

708t (Brown, E.) Discourse on the Original,

Countrey, Manners, Government, and Religion of the Cossacks, and Wars against Poland, &c. cr. 8vo. elf. rare, 2s. . . 1672

709t Brown (T.) Reminiscences of an Old

Traveller throughout Various Parts of Europe, 8vo. cloth, 3rd edit. 3s. pub. Is. Edinb. 1840

710t Browne (W. G.) Travels in Africa, Egypt,

and Syria, and to Darfur (with strictures on Volney and Savary,) in 1792-8, (" most valuable work, and except a few peculiarities, a model for travellers,") thick 4to.fineplates, 4s. . 1799

71 It Bruckmanni (Fr. Era.) Epistola Itinera

ria (45 ad 84,) " The porte-feuille of a naturalist endowed with extraordinary powers of observation," small 4to. vellum, many very curious plates of minerals, fossils, plants, insects, tfe. 3s.

Wolfenbut tie, 1735-39

712t Brussels, Companion for the Visitor at,

with Notes of a Tour in Italy, Sketches of the Pays Bas, Observations on the Arts, Belgian Code of Laws, &c. (by P. C. Gordon,) cr. 8vo. plates, 3s. pub. 4s. 6d. . . . 1828

713t Bryant (Jacob) Inquiries on Parts of Ancient History throwing Light on the Ancient History of Assyrians, Chaldeans, &c. &c. (" valuable treasures of classical and historical learning admirably brought forward."Van Milder!,) 4to. c(f. maps, 5s. usual price 15s. . 1767

714t Brydges (Sir Egerton) Recollections of

Foreign Travel on Life, Literature,and Self-Knowledge, 2 vols. cr. Svo. 4s. firf. pub. 18s. . 1825

715t Brydone's Tour through Sicily and Malta,

2 vols. inl,12mo.C{/. "extremely popular," 2s. 1775

716t Buchanan (Rev. Claudius) Christian Researches in Asia, with Notices of the Translation of the Scriptures into the Oriental Languages, 8vo. elf. neat, 3s. pub. 8s. . . 1811

717t Buchanan (Rev. J. L.) Travels in the

Western Hebrides from 1782 to 1790, 8vo. c(f. neat, (" much interesting information,") 2s. 1793

718t Buckingham's Travels in Assyria, Media,

and Persia, from Bagdad, &c. Stc. 2 vols. 8vo. maps and cuts, (" most valuable contribution to our knowledge of ancient and modern Asia,'') 10s. 6d. pub. II. lit. id. . . 1830

719t Budworth's Fortnight's Ramble to the

Lakes of Westmorland, Lancashire, and Cumberland, 8vo. 2s. 6<f. pub. 9s. . 1810

720t Bulwer (II. Lytton) France, Social, Literary, and Political, " brilliant work, the result of patient and profound inquiry," "exceedingly valuable," 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5s. pub. 11. Is. 1834

721t Bulwer's ditto, Second Series, 2 vols. cr.

8vo. " worth all the late books together on France," 6s. pub. 11.4s. . . 1836

722t Bunting (H.) The Trauels of the Holy

Patriarchs, Prophets, Iudges, Kings, our Sautour Christ and bis Apostles, &c. &c. done into English by R. B. small ifo. hlf. russia, is. 1636

723t Travels, &C. BURCHELL'S Travels in SOUTHERN AFRICA, 2 vols. 4to. k{f. c{f. Mat, numerous coloured plates and illustrations, il. 13». 6d. pub. U. 9s. . . 1822

724t Burckhardt's Travels in Nubia, 4to. ids.

II. it. pub. 21. St. . . 1822

725t BURDER'S Oriental CUSTOMS and

Oriental LITERATURE, "most valuable in illustration of the Scriptures," scarce, 4 vols. 8vo. (2 boards, 2 ca(f, neat,) 11. bs. pub. 21. lbs. 1822

726t Buna (Abel) Observations d'un Voyageur

■ur la Russie, Finlande, Livonie, Curlande, et la Prusse, 8vo. half c{f. \s. 6d. Maestricht, 1787

727t (Burke's) Account of the European Settlements in America, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, ("highly interesting and excellent work, not included in his collected works,") is. 6d. 1757

728t Burmese War, Documents illustrative of,

with Introductory Sketch of the Events of the War, and Appendix, compiled and edited by H. H.Wilson, 4to. very fine large coloured map of Ava and adjacent countries, byPockton,0s. 6d.Calcutta,l827

729t Burnaby (Rev. A.) Travels in 1759-60,

through the Middle Settlements in North America, 4to. c\f. neat, 3». . . 1775

730t Burnet (Bp.) " curious and entertaining"

Travels through France, Italy, Germany, and Switzerland, with detection of Fraud of Popery, 12mo. elf. very neat edit. 2s. Edin. 1752

731t BURNEY (CAPT.) Chronological His.

tory of DISCOVERIES in the SOUTH SEA, "displays a rare union of nautical and literary research, honourable to his profession and country,") I 5 vols. 4to. maps, 11. Us. 6d. 1803-17 |

732t —— Burney (James) Memoir on the Voyage of D'Entrecasteux,insearchofLaPerouse,8vo.l*.1820

7S3t (Burt's) Letters from a Gentleman in the

North of Scotland, describing the uncommon manners, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. good copy, c(f. best edition, with the curious plates, bs. . 1759

734t Bury (Lady Charlotte) The Three Great

Sanctuaries of Tuscany, with Historical and LegendaryNotices,(Valombrosa,Camaldoli,Laverna,) oblong 4to. cloth,fine portrait and plates from drawings by Rev. E. Bury, Us. lid. pub. 21. 2s. 1833

735t Butler's (Bp.) Atlas of Modern Geography, royal 8vo. ha(f bound, 22 coloured maps, 6s. pub. 12*. . . 1831

736t Butler's (Fanny Kemble) Journal in America, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 6*. pub. 18*. 1835

737t Caffre Nation, The Wrongs of, a Narrative

by Justus, with Appendix of Lord Glenelg's Despatches to Governor of Cape of Good Hope, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. bs. . . 1837

738t CaiUie's (Rene") Travels through Central

Africa to Timbuctoo, and across the Great Desert to Morocco in 1824-8, 2 vols. 8vo. 7s. pub. U. 10s.


739t Campbell (Arch.) Voyage round the World,

1806 to 1812, with his Shipwreck and Vocabulary of the Sandwich Islands, ("much curious and interest, mg infonnati'M,") 8vo. map, 2s. pub. 9*. 1816

740t Campbell's Missionary Travels in S. Africa,

8vo. plates, is. pub. 10s. I>d. . 1815


8 works upon, by Evans, Pickering, Osborne, Rosier, UUathorne, Doyle, &c. 3*. lid. 1833-8

742t Canada. Debates of the House of Commons in 1774, on the Government of Canada Bill, drawn up from Sir H. Cavendish, edited by Wright, 8vo. clotA, bs. pub. 10». . 1839

743t Canadas, with Topographical Information

on different Districts, and fullest Information to Emigr by Gait, new, cloth, is. pub. bs. 1836

744t C'nntemir's History of the growth and decay of the tubman Empire, translated by Tindal, folio, elf. neat, plan of Constantinople, and 22 portraits of Turkish Emperors, (Earl of Kerry's sold for 17s.) is. . . 1756

745t Cape of Good Hope in 1822, State of, 8vo.

c(f. very neat, plans, is. pub. 9*. Murray, 1823

746t Capper (Col.) Observations on the Passage

to India through Egypt and across the Great Desert, 4 to. 2*. . . .1783

747t Travels, &C. Cardim(Pere) Relation de la Province du Japon, et Baretto Relation des Missions de Malabar, cr. 8vo. veil. 2s. 6d. Paris, 1646

748t Carey's Journal of a Tour in France in

1816-17, 8vo. 2s. p ib. Us. . 1823

749t Carleton (Capt.) Memoirs, with Anecdotes

of theWar in Spain, under the Earl of Peterborough, and interesting Particulars of the Spaniards, 8vo. by Defoe, edited by Sir W. Scott, with Biographical Notice, is. pub. 12*. . 1808

750t Carlisle's Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, "most useful and best work," 4to. 9*. 6d. pub. 2gs. . . 1810

7511 Carlisle's ditto, ditto, of Wales, 4to. 9*.

pub.2gs. . . 1811

752t Carmichael's Domestic Manners and Social

Condition of theWhite, Coloured, and Negro Population of the West Indies, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4*. pub. II. Is. . . . 1833

753t Carnes' Letters from the East during a

recent Tour through Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, Holy Land, Syria, and Greece, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4*. 6d. pub. IBs. . . . 1826

754t Carnes' Recollections of Travels in the

East, cr. 8vo. (" abounds in curious illustrations of biblical localities and events,") is. pub. 10s. 1830

755t Carr's Stranger in Ireland, a Tour in the

Southern and Western Parts, (The subject of the celebrated trials,) thick 4 to. many fine plates in Gilpin's style, 6s. pub. 21. bs. . 1806

756t Carr's Tour through Holland along the

right and left Banks of the Rhine, to the South of Germany, 4to. numerous plates in Gilpin's style, 7s. pub. 21. 2s. . . 1807

757t Castellans Lettres sur la Grece, l'Helles

pont et Constantinople, 2 vols, in 1, 8vo. elf. nt. 20 plates, is. . . Pari*, 1811

758t Cellarius' Bet of Maps of Ancient Geography, for Schools, and Gentlemen studying the Antient Writers, small 4 to. half bound, maps, 2s. 6d. pub. 8s. . . . 1817


HIEROGLY PHI QUE desAnciensEGYPTI ENS, ou Recherches sur les Elemens Premiers de cette Ecriture Sacree. sur leurs Combinaisons, et sur les rapports de ce systcme, avec les autres Methodes, Graphiques Egyptiennes, thick 8vo. 16 plates, very scarce, lbs. . . Paris, 1824

760t Chandler's History of Troy and adjacent

country, and opposite Coast of Thrace, 4to. map, is. . . 1802

761t Chappell (Lieut.) voyage to Newfoundland

and Labrador, 8vo.pit. andmap, 12*. 1818

762t Cbardin Voyages en Persie et autres Lieux

de l'Orient, 2 first vols, small 4to. elf. neat, many plates, is. . . 1711

763t Chardin (Sir John) Travels into Persia

and East Indies, Paris to Ispahan, folio, good copy, c(f. (a life devoted to Persia,) 7s. 6a*. 1686

764t Charlevoix (Father) History of Paraguay,

with full account of the Establishments formed there by the Jesuits, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, 8*. 1769

76ot Chastellux, Travels in North America in

1780-2, translated, with Notes, by a Resident, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, is. 6d. . . 1787

766t Chateaubriand's Recollections of Italy,

England, aud America, with Essays on Various Subjects, translated, 2 vols. 8vo. (" abound in sublime descriptions, picturesque imagery and noble thoughts,") bs. pub. 18*. . "M^ 1815

2718 Chateaubriand's Travels in Palestine, Egypt, and Barbaryin 1806-7, trZ^lated, 2 vols, iu 1, 8vo. cloth, 6*. 6d. pub. 11. is. 1812

767t Chateaubriand's Travels to Jerusalem and

the Holy Land, through Egypt, translated by Shoberl, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5*. 6rf. pub. 11. Is. 1835

768t Chatterton (Lady) Rambles in the South

of Ireland in 1838, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, fine plates, 8s. pub. 11. Is. . . 1837

769t Chauchard's Geographical, Historical, and

Political Description of Germany, Holland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Prussia, Italy, Sicily, &c. with the Gazetteer and Statistical Tables of Europe, thick 4to. c\f. neat, 24 plates,bs. dd. pub. 3/. 13*. 6d. . . 1800

7701 —— Cheltenham, The Visitor's Hand-Book to,

with History, &c. 12mo. plan and plates, It.


771t Travels, A'C. Chevalier's Description of the Plain of Troy, with Map, translated, with Notes, &c. by Dalzel, 4to. 3*. . 1791

772t China (Edinburgh Cabinet Library,) vol.

2, cloth, 2s. pub. bs. . . 1836

2864 Chinese, Miscellaneous Pieces relating to,

translated, (edited by Bp. Percy,) 2 vols. 12mo. clf.neat,is. . . 1762

773t Chishull, (the Rev. and learned Edmund,

Chaplain at Smyrna,) Travels in Turkey and back to England, edited, with interesting preface, by that excellent man. Dr. Mead, folio, very clean, in elf. numerous inscriptions, is. 6d. 1747

774t Clarke (Dr.) Collection of the Testimonies of Various Authors on the Colossal Statue of Ceres, given to the Public Library at Cambridge, with Account of its Removal from Eleusis, 8vo. plates, Is. . Privately printed, 1803

775t Clarke (Dr.) Dissertation on the Sarcophagus from Alexandria in the British Museum, 4to. plates, 3s. . . 1805

3094 Clarke (Dr. James) Influence of Climate

in the Prevention and Cure of Diseases, with Account of Principal Places resorted to by Invalids in England, South of Europe, &c. Tables on Climate, &c. thick 8vo. scarce, 5s. pub. 12*. 1830

777t Clarke (Rev. J. S.) History of the Progress of Maritime Discovery from the Earliest Period to the Close of the Eighteenth Century, very thick 4to. (pp. 1000,) noplate, is. 6d. 1803

778t Clarke's Survey of the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, wit h the Border Laws and Customs,folio, binding broken, maps, (worth 18*.—Lowndes,) 6s. 6d. . 1789

779t Cobbett's Year's Residence in America,

treating of the Face of the Country, Climate, Soil, Products, Mode of Cnltivation, Manners, Customs, Institutions, Stc. 8tc. 8vo. is. pub. 10*. 1818

780t Cochrane (Capt.) Narrative of a Pedestrian Journey through Russia and Siberian Tartary, from the Frontiers of China to the Frozen Sea and Kamtchatkain 1820-3, (" novel andamusing." Quarterly Review,) 8vo. maps, is. 6d. pub. 11. Is. ... 1824

3207 Cochrane's Wanderings in Greece, 2 -vols.

8vo. cloth.plates, 11. 8s. . 1837

781t Coke (Dr. T.) History of the West Indies, the Natural, Civil, and Ecclesiastical History of each Island, with Account of the Wesleyan Missions, 3 vols. 8vo. 12*./mi.l/.ll*.6a*. 1808

782t Coke's Subaltern's Furlough, descriptive

of Scenes in the United States, the Canadas, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, in 1832, 8vo. map and fine plates, is. pub. lbs. . 1833

783t Colden's History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada dependent on New York, best edition, 2 vols. 12mo. c(f. neat, map, is. 6d. 1755

784t Cole's Bibliographical and Descriptive

Tour from Scarborough to the Library of a Philobiblist, (Archd. Wrangham,) cr. 8vo. only 100 printed, is. . . 1824

785t Coleman's Mythology of the Hindus, with

Notices of Various Tribes inhabiting the Peninsulas of India, also a Dictionary of Mythological and Religious Terms of the Hindus, 4to. numerous fine pits, of Hindu Deities,(imperfect,) 1 8—

786t Coleridge (Hartley) Six Months in the

West Indies, cr. 8vo. ('* most entertaining picture,") 2s. 6d. pub. 9*. . . 1832

431 Collection, General, of Portuguese and Spanish Voyages, either for Discovery, Conquest, Settlement, or Trade, in 15th, and early part of 16th Centuries, 4to. half elf. is. 6d. . 1711

787t Collins (Lieut.-Col.) Account of the English Colony in New South Wales, from its first Settlement in 1788, thick 4to. pits. (" singularly curious and painful, a sort of Botany Bay Calendar."—Quart. Review,) Us. pub. 21. 12*.6<*. 1S04

415 —— Colton's Tour of the American Lakes, find among the Indians of the North-West Territory, in 1830, 2 vols. 8vo. 18*. 1833

788t Columbia, Present State of, 8vo. 2*./m">.

10*. . . . Murray, 1830

789t —— Columbus, Memorials of, by Spotornc or Collection of Authentic Documents on, now first published from the Original MSS., translated from Spanish and Italian, " valuable work," 8vo. pit*, and facsimiles, 3s. Gd. pub. 18*. 1823 790t Travels, «XC. Continental Annual for 1832, edited by Kennedy, morocco, gilt leaves, many very fine pltt. after Prout, of Continental Scenery, 6s. pub. \l. Is.

79K Cook (Capt.) and Capt. King's Voyage to

the Pacific Ocean, 4 vols. 8vo. c(f. neat, maps and many pits. 8s. ... 1784

346!) Cook (Capt.) Voyages round the World,

Abridged, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. pits. 3s.

7i)2t Cooper's Excursions in Italy, 8vo. fine

print inserted, 2s. Gd. . . Paris, 1838

417 (Cooper's) Notions of the Americans, by a

Travelling Bachelor, 2 vols. 8vo. "by the celebrated novelist, contains more accurate information on America than any other," 6s. pub. \l. 8s. 1828

793t Cooper (W. W.) The Invalid's Guide to

Madeira, with Description of Teneriffe, Lisbon, Cintra, &c. and Vocabulary of Portuguese and English Languages, 12mo. cloth, 2s. 1840

794t Corke (Earl of) Letters from Italy in

1754-5, published with Notes, by Rev. J. Duncombe, cr. 8to. c(f. very neat, 2s. 1774

795t Coryat's Crudities reprinted, vol. 3 only,

8vo. (contains his Letters from India, and Extracts relating to him,) is. . 1776

796t Coriat (Junior) Another Traveller, or

Cursory Remarks and Critical Observations made upon a Journey through Part of the Netherlands in 1766, (by Pater son, the celebrated book auctioneer,) 3 vols. 12mo. elf. scarce, 3s. 1767

797t COSTUMES of RUSSIA, thick royal

4to. very fine copy, halfrussia, very neat, 70 richly coloured plates, (pub. SI. Ss.) 16*. 6d. 1810

"98t Cotovicus Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum

et Syriacum, in quo Variantm Gentium Mores et Institutas, Insulanim, Urbium, Situs, ice. 4to. numerous curious cuts, (marked in Contemp. Catalogue 18*.) 4*. . . Antverp, 1619

799t Cox (Capt.) Journal of a Residence in

the Burman Empire, more particularly at the Court of Amarapoorah, 8vo. c(f. neat, coloured pistes, 4s. pub. Us. . . 1821

1154 Cox (Dr.) and Rev. J. Hoby's Narrative

of the Deputation from the Baptist Union in England to the United States and Canada, thick cr. 8vo. cloth, 4*. pub. 8s. . . 1836

800t Cox (Ross) Adventures on the Columbia

River, with a Residence of Six Years on Western Side of the Rocky Mountains, among various unknown Tribes of Indians, 2 vols. 8vo. fi*. 6d. pub. 11. is. , . . 1832

801t Coxe (Archd.) Travels into Poland, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark, with Historical Relations and Political Inquiries, 3 vols. 4to. half elf. tieat, maps and plates, (Heath's copy sold for 4 gs.) 11*. . . 1784-90

802t Coxe's ditto, ditto, 2 thick vols. 4to. c(f.

neat, is. . . . 1784-5

803t Coxe's "interesting" account of the

Russian Discoveries, between Asia and America, with History of the Commerce between Russia and China, thick 8vo. maps, &{c. 3s. 6d. 180.1

804t Coxe's Picture of Italy, a Guide to the

Antiquities and Curiosities of that Classical and Interesting Country, also Itinerary, Directions and Dialogues, very thick pocket vol. bnd. map, plan and plates, 3». pub. 12*. 1818 805t Crantz's History of Greenland and Moravian Mission there, translated from German, with continuation, &c. (by James Montgomery,) 2 vols. 8vo. 7s. pub. 11. 1*. . . 1820

3615 Craufurd's History, Religion, Learning

and Manners of the Hindoos, 2 vols. 8vo. half elf. neat, (Fonthill copy sold for 21.) As. 6d. 1792

806t Craven (Hon. Keppel) Excursions in the

Ahruzzi, and Northern Provinces of Naples, 2 vols. 8vo. fine plates, Gs. pub. \l. is. . 1838

807t Crawfurd's Journal of an Embassy to

Courts of Siam and Cochin China, thick 4to./ne plates, IS*, pub. 21. 12*. 6d. . 1828

808t Crawfurd's Journal of a Residence at the

Courts of Siam and Cochin China, 2 vols. 8vo.

(" of great interest, importance and authority,") 10s. pub. IL 11*. 6d. . 1830

809t Travels, alec. Croker'g Researches in the South of Ireland, Scenery, Architectural Remains, Manners and Superstitions, with Narrative of the Rebellion of 1798,4to.j)fa»e», 21. 2s. 1824

810t —— CUMBERLAND, Westmorland, Durham and Northumberland, illustrated from drawings by Allom, with Description by Rose, thick 4to. half c{f. neat, fine plates, (pub. 2 gs. ?) 16*. 1832

3731 Cyrano De Bergerac, Voyage to the Moon,

with Account of the Solar World, translated by Derrick, rare, 12mo. c(f. ("to this philosophical romance Swift was indebted,") 2s. 6d. Dublin, 1754

81 It Dallas' History of the Maroons, from

their Origin to their establishment at Sierra Leone, with the State of Jamaica for last 10 Years, and previous History of the Island, 2 vols. 8vo. map, (" much information and entertainment,") is. pub. 11. 1803

3741 Dalrytnple (Alexander) Journal of Capt.

R. Pinnell, from Banjar to Timor, and back to Banjar, Voyage in the Flying Eagle, from Bantam to Babcr, 1672, edited from MSS. in the E.India House, folio, half elf. scarce, 5*. 6d.

812t Dalzel's History of Dahomy, an Inland

Kingdom of Africa, from Authentic Memoirs, with Introduction and Notes, 4to. map and plates, (" valuable and accurate,") 3s. . 1792

3749 Dampier (Capt.) Voyages, (" in the style

of a plain, blunt sailor, full of correct information,") 3 vols. 8vo. elf. map, 7s. 6d. 1702

813t Dappa, Description Exacte des Isles de

l'Archipel et quelques autres Adjacentes, Chypre, Rhodes, Candie, Samoa, Chio, &c. leurs Noms, Situation, Villes, Chateaux, Historic, &c. traduit du Flamand, (" highly esteemed work,") folio, beautiful copy, c{f. numerous fine views and maps, 8s. 6d. . . . 1703

814t Darby's Geographical Description of

Louisiana, The Southern part of Mississippi, and Alabama, with large map in case, 10 miles to an inch, 2 vols. 8vo. ha(fc(f. is. 6d. New York, 1817

815t D'Arvieux Travels in Arabia the Desert,

published by De la Roque, with'Abulfeda's description of Arabia, translated with Notes, thick 12mo. c(f. plates, curious, 3s. . 1732

816t Davis' Two Joumies round the Library of a

Bibliomaniac, or Notes and Reminiscences of rare, curious and valuable books, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 6*. 6rf. pub. 16*. . . . 1821-5

817t Davies (Rev. John) First Impressions in

France, Switzerland and Savoy, in 1833-4, in letters to Rev. H. Raikes, cr. 8vo. cloth, is. pub. 8s. Gd.

Seeley, 1835

818t D'Auteroche, Voyage to California to observe the Transit of Venus, with route through Mexico, and its Natural History, also Voyage to Newfoundland and Sallee to make experiments on Le Roy's Timekeepers, 8vo. elf. neat, plan of Mexico, (Fonthill, 12«.) 3*. . 1778

819t De Brosse, Histoire des Navigations aux

Terres Austriales, contenant ce que l'on scait des MoeurB et des Productions jusqu'a ce jour, (" Admiral Byron is said to have found this work of more use than all the Admiralty Charts. A curious assemblage of instructive materials."—Dalryntple,) 2 vols. 4to. elf. neat, (in cotemp. catal. \l. 16s.) 9s. . . . Paris, 1756

420 Decouvertes des Francois en 1768-9, dans

le Sud-Est de la Nouvelle Guinee, et Reconnoissances posterieures de memes Terres par des Navigateurs Anglois, avec Abrege Historique des Navigations, &c. des Espagnols, 4to. clf.fine copy, maps, 5*. . . Paris, 1790

3813 De Foe's Journey through the Austrian

Netherlands, with the Ancient History, 8vo. fine copy, c(f. (contains a curious account of the Monasteries, Sfc.) 3s. 6d. . 1725

11176 De Foe's Life and Adventures of Robinson

Crusoe, with his Serious Reflections and Vision of the Angelic World, True Born Englishman, and Political Dissertation on the Power of the People of England, (" unabridged text, and only edit, with the Angelic Visions, S(C,") 3 vols. 8vo. plates, scarce, 7s. 6d. , , 1790

820t Travels, &c. Dela Croix, HIS. TOIRE Generate d'ASIE, contenant la description du Royaume de Catay, e'est a dire la CHINE SEPTENTRIONALE, traduitte du Turc de HUSSEIN EFENDI HEZAR FEN, Auteur Moderne. an Original Manuscript, beautifully written, i vols small 4to. cff. neat, from the Library of Ch. De Fleurieu, 11. Is. . . 1692

82U De La Roque, Voyage dans la Palestine,

fait par ordre de Louis XIV. avec une traduction de Abulfeda, Description d'Arabie, thick 12mo. vellum, stained, 2s. . Amst. 1718

822t De La Roque, Voyage de Syrie et du Mont

Liban, cor,', mint la Description de tout le Pays Liban et Ami Liban, Mceurs, Histoire, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. elf. neat, maps and plates, is. Paris, 1722

823t De La Sale, Journal of his Voyage to the

Gulpb of Mexico to find the Mouth of the Mississippi, with his Death, Travels of his Companions for 800 Leagues, translated from Joutel, small 8vo. cff. neat, 3s. . . 1714

824t Domeier (Dr.) Observations on the Climate, Manners, and Amusements of Malta, 8vo. ha(f c(f- neat, 2s. . . . 1810

825t Denon (Vivant) Travels in Lower and Upper Egypt, during the Campaigns of General Bonaparte, translated from the last corrected and augmented edition of the author, 4to. 2 vol*, in 1, half c(f. very neat, no plates, is. . 1804

422 ;De Pauw, Rechcrches Philosophiques sur

les Americains, ou Memoires Interessants pour servir a 1'Histoire de l'Espace Humaine, avec le Defense, 3 vols. c\f. very neat, 5*. Berlin, 177

826t Depon'sTravels in South America, 1801-4,

with Description of the Manners and Customs of the Spaniards and Native Indians, (" superior work,") 2 vols., is. 18*. 1807

8793 Derham (Rev. W.) Miscellanea Curiosa, a

Collection of Principal Pltsenomena in Nature accounted for by greatest Philosophers, with Collection of Curious Voyages, by Smith, Bernard, Halley, Cunningham, Clayton, Hillier, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. c{f. plates, 5s. . . 1723

827t DescampsVoyage Pittoresque de la Flandre

et du Brabant, 8vo. half c(f. neat, (by the celebrated author of the lives of the Flemish Painters,) 3s. . . . Pari*, 1792

828t Description of BROWSHOLME HALL

in YORKSHIRE, and of the Parish of WADDINGTON, also Collection of Letters from Original MSS. in Reign of Charles I. and II., and James II., 4to. 20 fine plates by Buckler, and Pedigree of the Parker Family, 11. is. Priv prinl.1815

3889 De Solis' History of the Conquest of

Mexico, translated by Townsend andHooke, 2 vols. 8vo. c(f. fine portrait, (" written with great elegance, concise,pure, and expressive."Alves,) 6s.


829t Diary of a Traveller over Alps and Ap

penines, or Daily Minutes of a Circuitous Excursion, 8vo. 3*. . . Priv. printed, 1824

830t Dibdin (Charles) Musical Tour, in which,

previous to his embarkation, he finished his Career as a Public Character, 4to. mar>y songs and musical airs, (scarce, not in Lowndes,) 5*. 6d. 1788

831t Dillon (Capt.) Narrative of a Voyage in

the South Seas by order of the Indian Government, to ascertain the actual fate of La Perouse's Expedition, with Accounts of the Customs, etc. of the South- Sea Islanders, 2 vols. 8vo. 7*. Gd. pub. 11. is.


832t Dillon's Travels through Spain, (illustrative of Natural History and Geography,) with Notes on the Arts, &c. 1780, maps and fine pits.; Rev. Ed. Clarke, (Father of the Traveller,) Letters on the Spanish Nation, 1763, contains /ii.t of MSS. and Paintings in the Escurial, Communications to Kennicott, fee. 4;c. in 1 very thick 4to. vol. neatly half bnd. russia, 8s. Gd.

3967 Dionysii Orbis Descriptio, Gr. et Lat.

Commentario Critico et Geographico, a Hill, 8vo. elf. maps, Is. . . 1679

833t Discoveries of the French to the S. E. of

New Guinea, and subsequent Visits of English Navigators, with History of Spanish Voyages, &c. J to. 12 maps, 3s. 6d. . . 1791

8 ! It Travels, «&C. Dixon (Capt.) Voyage round the World, but particularly to N. W. Coast of America, thick 4to. pits. (Baker's copy sold for 11. 16*.) 5s. . . . 1789

3992 Doblado's Letters from Spain, 8vo. (" invaluable picture of the Manners, fyc. by Rev. Blanco White,) 5s. pub. lis. . 1822

835t Dobrizhoffer's Account of the Abipones,

an Equestrian People in Interior of South America, translated from the Latin, (" replete with romantic incidents, of all books on savage life the most curious and interesting."Souihey,) 3 vols. 8vo. new, 9s. 6d. pub. II. 16s. . 1822

836t Dods ey's Collection of Fugitive Pieces,

(contains Hentzner's Travels in England, in 1598; Lord Whitworth's Account of Russia, in 1710; Vindication of Natural Society, (" Master-piece of irony.1'Warton on Pope,) History of Wheatfield in Suffolk, 1758; Fragments of Poetry collected in Highlands, 1760; Account of Emperor of China's Gardens at Pekin, 1749, and other Pieces,) 2 vols. 12mo. ctf. 4s. 6d. . . 1762

4028 Don Esteban, or Memoirs of a Spaniard,

written by himself, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. (" by Von Halen, a faithful picture of the manners, habits, and customs of Spain,") 5s. 6d. pub. II. 7s. 1825

837t Douglas's Travelling Anecdotes through

various parts of Europe, 8vo. half CV- plates, (a severe and bitter satire,) 3s. . 1786

4049 Downes' Letters from Continental Countries, France, Switzerland, Savoy, Italy, Germany, Holland, 2 thick vols. cr.8vo. a very superior writer, 5s. 6d. pub. 11. Is. . Dublin, 1832

838t Drummond (Consul at Aleppo) Travels

t'irough Germany, Italy, and Greece, and part of Asia, as far as the Euphrates, their Present State and Monuments of Antiquity, folio, very fine copy, old calf, with numerous plates, 7s. Rd. 1754

839t Dumont Memoires Historiques sur le

Louisianedepuis 1687, Climat, Productions, Moeurs des Sauvages, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. elf. neat, map, 3s.

Paris, 1753

840t DUPIN (BARON) Force Militaire et

ForceNavale de la Grande Bretagne, ("much correct and important information."Quarterly Review,) 4 vols. 4to. half CV- neat, and large atlas of plates, \Ss. pub. 4 gs. Paris, 1820-1

841t Dupin Force Commerciale de la Grande

Bretagne (Voies Publiques, Places, Rues, Routes, Canaux, Pont et Chaussees, Cotes, et Ports Maritimes,) 2 vols. 4to. 8s. . Paris, 1824

842t Duppa (R.) Travels in Italy, Sicily, and

the Lipari Islands, cr. 8vo. 25 interesting wood cuts, 3s. pub. 8s. . . 1828

428 Du Pratz's History of Louisiana, or Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina, translated with Notes, 8vo./fne copy, elf. 4s. . 1774

843t Dupuis Journal of a Residence in Ashan

tee (" most interesting, a valuable account of Western Africa, a series of geographical documents of great importance from the Arabic,") 4to. map and 16 plates, 9s. pub. 21. 12s. 6<f. 1824

844t (Dutens) " entertaining" Memoirs of a

Traveller now in retirement, by himself, with Historical, Literary, and Political Anecdotes relative to Principal Personages of his Age, translated, 5 vols. 12mo. 5s. pub. 11. 5s. . 1806

845t Dwight (Dr.) Travels in New England and

New York, 4 vols. 8vo. (" the most valuable and important of his writings."Quarterly Review,) lit. pub. 21. 2s. . . 1823

41 90 Earl's Eastern Seas or Voyages and Adventures in the Indian Archipelago,1832-4, with its Commercial Resources and Present State of Singapore, 8vo. map, ("among the most interesting,") 5s. 12s. . 1837

846t East India Sketch Book, comprising an

Account of the present state of Society in Calcutta, Bombay, &c. both scries, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. lis. pub. 21. 2s. 1832

9432 Ebn Haukal (Arabian Traveller of Tenth

Century) Oriental Geography translated, with Preface by Sir W. Ouseley, " with supplement containing a copious history of the Arabians." "Ouvrage Magnifigue."—Clement, 4to. 5s. pub. 11. Is. 1800

847t Edmonstone (Sir A.) Journey to Two of the

Oases of Upper Egypt, 8vo. plates, (much accurate and curious information,) is.6d. pub. 10s. 6d. 1822

848t TrtlvelS, &C. Edrehi (Rev. Dr.) Historical Account of the Ten Tribes settled beyond the River Sambatyon in the East, with many other curious matters relating to the State of the Israelites in the World, translated, 8vo. 4s. pub. 10s. 1836

849t Edwards (Bryan) Civil and Commercial

History of the West Indies, 3 thick vols. 8vo. maps and plates, ("excellent, full and minute") 8s. pub. ll.lls.6d. . . 1807

850t Egede (Hans) Description of Greenland,

translated from Danish, with Historical Introduction and Life, 8vo. map and numerous engravings, 3s. pub. 12s. . . 1818

851t Egypt, Description de, ou Becueil des Observations et Recherches faits en Egypt, 6 livraisons, folio, (the first portion of the splendid work published by Napoleon,) 10s. Paris, 1813

852t Eldon(Dr.) Continental Traveller's Oracle,

or New Maxims for Locomotion ("a fund of sound sense and valuable counsel." "Most vivacious and sparkling,") 2 pocket vols. 3s. pub. 15s. 1828

853t Elgin (Earl of) Pursuits in Greece, Me

morandum of, 8vo.2 finecuts, 6s. 1811

854t Ellis's Voyage to Hudson's Bay in 1746,

for discovering a North West Passage, 8vo. calf, plates, ("valuable, curious and sensible,") 3s. 1748

855t Ellis (Rev. Wm.) History of Madagascar, with History of the Christian Mission established in 1818, and account of Persecution of the Native Christians, 2 thick vols. 8vo. cloth, plates, 15s. pub. 11. 4s. . . 1840

85Kt Ellis's Narrative of a Journey to New Britain, discovered in the vast plain of the Missouri, in N. America, with History, Manners, Customs, Government, &c. 8vo. cloth, 2s. lid. pub. 9s. 1820

857t Elogi Storici di Cristoforo Colombo e di

Andrea d'Oria, thick royal 4to. elf. neat, (cost 12s.) 5s. . . Parma, 1781

4322 Emerson, Pecchio and Humphrey's Picture of Greece in 1825, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4s. 6d. pub. 18s. . . . 1826

8581 English Connoisseur, containing an account

of whatever is curious in Painting,Sculpture,&c. in the Palaces and Scats of the Nobility and Gentry of England in Town and Country, 2 vols. 12mo. calf, scarce, is. . . 1766

859t Epistolae Indies (Ormutinie, Indicat, Gam

ses,) dc Prseclaris et Stupendis Rebus quas diuina bonitas in Idia et variis Insulis per Soc. Jesu, Lovanii, 1566, Epist. Japanicse, 2 parts, 1569, very thick small 8vo. vellum, gilt leaves, is.

860t Epistolce recentiores de Rebus Japonicis,

Indicis, et Pervanis, a J. Hayo Dalgaltiensi, Scoto Soc. Jesu, thick cr. 8vo. veil. (pp. 968,) Anlv. 1605

861t Alcune Letteie delle Cose del Giappone

dell, 1579 ad 1581, Roma, 1583; Lettere dell' Ethiopia, 1626 al 1627 e della Cina dell, 1625-6, con relatione del Viaggio al Regno di Tunquim, Roma, 1629, 2 vols. 12mo. vellum, 3s.

862t Espagne, Nouveau Voyage en, fait en

1777-8, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 2s. 1783

863t Espagne, Relation du Voyage de, 3 vols.

in 1, thick 18mo. calf, scarce, 3s. Haye, 1692

864t Evans (Sir De Lacy) Memoranda of the

Contest in Spain, 8vo. 2s. . 1840

865t Evans (Rev. J.) Tour through South

Wales, containing views of the History, Antiquities, and Custom?, Scenery, Botany, Mineralogy, Sec. 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 8s. . . 1804

866t Evans (Dr.) Excursion to Brighton, Visit

to Tunbridge Wells, and Trip to Southend, with list of all the Watering Places in the Kingdom, cr. 8vo. plate, 2s. pub. 6s. . 1821

867t Eyries, Voyage en Norvege et Laponie en

1806-7-8, traduit de l'Allemand de L. de Buch. Avec une Introduction par Humboldt, et Memoire de Buch. 2 vols.8vo. hlf.c(f. nt. maps,is. Paris, 1816

868t Falconbridgc's Voyages to Sierra Leone

in 1791-3, hlf. elf. neat, best edition, 2s. 1794

869t Faulkner (Sir A. Brooke) Rambling Details of a Tour through France, Switzerland, and Italy, with Remarks on Home Politics, in Letters to Brougham, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. 9s. . 1837

870t Favre, Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses sur

la Visite Apostolique de M. De La-Baume, Eveque d'Halicarnasse, a la Cochin Chine en 1740, ou Ton voit see Voyages et Travaux, la conduite dei Missionnaires, Jesuites,Sec. &c. small 4to. 3s. 6d.

Venise, 1746

871t Travels, Ac. Feltham's Tour through the Island of Man, with its Ancient and Modern History, Laws, Commerce, Fishery, &c. 8vo. map and plates, 2s. pub. 7s. . .1798

872t Ferishta's History of Dekkan, from first

Mahummedan Conquests, with Continuation from other Native Writers and Hindoostan Emperors, by J. Scott, 2 vols. 4to. 6s. . 1794

873t Fidler (Rev. Isaac, Missionary) Observations on Professions, Literature, Manners, and Emigration in the United States and Canada, cr. 8vo. cloth, 10s. . 1833

874t Finlayson's Mission from Governor General of Bengal to Siam and Hue, the Capital of Cochin China, in 1821-2. edited, with Memoir of the Author, by Sir Stamford Raffles, 8vo. " excellent journal, with valuable information."Quarterly Review, is. 6d. pub. 15s. . 1826

875t Fitzclarence (Lieut.-Col.) Journal of a

Route over land through Egypt to England, 4to. elf. extra, colouredplates, 11. 6s. pub. 2/.18*.1819

876t Flinders (Capt.) Voyage to

Australia, for completing the Discovering of that Vast Country, with his Shipwreck, Imprisonment at the Mauritius for upwards of Six Years, 2 vols, royal 4to. new in cloth, fine views after Westall by first artists, and large elephant folio atlas of Admiralty Charts and Botanical Plates, (formerly published at 8 gs.) now offered for 11. lis. 6<l. . . 1814

This truly important and national work was published at an immense expense by Government. The highly valuable charts (by the liberality qf the Ljords of thf Ireasury,) comprise the latest discoveries. The fine and delicate plates after Westall are executed by the first artisbj. The " Botanical Memoir," by the celebrated Mr. Brown, accompunied as it is by the incomparable plates after Bauer, is held by botanists as most important, and has alone sold tot 21.12s. 6d.

877t FLINDERS, another copy, 2 vols, royal

4 to. new, with the fine plates ajier Westall, but no charts or botanical plates, lis. . 1814

878t FLINDERS, another copy, with the fine

plates after Westall, and Bauer's "incomparable" botanical plates, done up in 2 vols, royal 4 to. new in cloth, 14s. . . 1814

879t Forbes' Journal of a Horticultural Tour

through Germany, Belgium, and Part of France in 1835, with Catalogue of the Cactetc at Woburn, 8vo. 3s. 1837

880t Forrest (Capt.) Voyage from Calcutta to

Mergui Archipelago on East of Bay of Bengal, 4to. hlf. elf maps and views, with a Malay Song, (" of great authority for maritime geography."Stevenson,) is. . 1792

881t Forster's History of the Voyages and Discoveries made in the North, translated from the German, and elucidated by several original maps, 4to. c(f. neat, (" great deal of useful information,") 3s. . . 1786

882t FORSTER'S VOYAGE round the

WORLD under Capt. Cook, 2 vols. 4to. elf. neat, maps, " chiefly scientific and philosophical matter," 10s. . . . 1777

883t Forster's Journey from Bengal to Eng

land through Northern Part of India, Kashmire, Persia, and into Russia by Caspian Sea, 2 vols, in l,ito. hlf. russia, map, 5s. . 1798

8841 Forsyth on the Antiquities, Arts, and

Letters of Italy, 8vo. best edition, (" extraordinary capacity, extensive erudition, and refined taste."—Byron,) is. 6d. pub. 15s. , 1816

885t Fortes, Histoire Naturelle, principalement

l'Oryctographie, d'ltalie et Pays Adjacens, 2^vols. 8vo. 3s. . . . Paris, 1802

886t Fosbroke's Tourist's Grammar, or Rules

relating to the Scenery and Antiquities incident to Travellers, cr. 8vo. frontispiece,'

887t Foster (Capt.) Narrative of a Voyage to

the Southern Atlantic Ocean in 1828-30, from Webster's Journal, 2 vols. 8vo. maps and plates, 9s. pub. 11. 8*. . . 1834

1888t France, Sentimental Travels in the Southera Provinces of, before the Revolution, royal 8vo. 17 col. pits, by Rowlandson, 5s. pub. 18#. 1821

889t Trf«V6lil, &C Francklin (Capt.) History of Shall-Aulum, Emperor of Hindostan, with the Transactions of the Court of Delhi during 36 Years, v/ith IV Tracts, 4to. map and plates, (valued by Lowndes at \l. \s.) 3s. . . 1798

890t Francklin (Lieut.-Col.) Inquiry into Site

of Ancient Palibothra, part II. (containing Journal of a Survey of River Chundun, 1814-5,) 4to.fine pits, maps, inscriptions, Gods, 1 l.\s. 1817

891t Francklin, ditto, ditto, part IV. (contains

Tour from Bhaugulpoor to Mandar,thence to Curruckpoor, and Circuit of the Hills, &c. 1818-9,) ita.Jhu map and views, 3s. pub. 11. Is. 1822

692t Frankland (Capt.) Travels to and from

Constantinople in 1827-8,2 vols. 8vo. 38 engravings, (" teems with interest and instruction on seat of war between Turks and Russians,") 6s. pubAIAs. 1830

893t FRANKLIN (CAPT.) Journey to the

POLAR SEAS, 1819-20-1-2, thick 4to. elegant copy, beautifully bnd. fine pits. 11. pub. 4gs. 1823 "The unstudied and seaman-like simplicity of the style is not the least of its merits, and its illustrations arid embellishments are very superior."—Quar. Review.

S94t FRANKLIN (Capt.) Second Journey,

thick 4to. brds. 37 beautiful pits. 41. 4s.


895t Franklin's Present State of Hayti (St. Domingo), with Remarks on its Agriculture, Commerce, Laws, Religion, Finances, and Population, &c. cr. 8vo. 3*. jiub. 10s. 6d. Murray, 1828 896t FRASER (James Baillie) Views of CALCUTTA and its ENVIRONS, from Sketches on the Spot, complete in 8 parts, royal folio, splendid pits. col. equal to drawings, 41.4s. pub. 16 gs. 1826

897t Fraser's Narrative of a Journey into Kho

rasanin 1821-2, including those Countries NorthEast of Persia, with Remarks, thick 4to. map, (" his details on manners and customs are picturesque and dramatic,") lis. pub. 3 gs. 1825

B98t Fraser's Khorasan, another copy, very

beautiful copy, new, in elf. lis. . 1825

699t Fraser's Journal of a Tour through the

Snowy Range of the Himala Mountains, and to the Sources of the Rivers Jumna and Ganges, thick 4to. with the map, (" highly interesting and vahiable."-~Bdin. Rev.) 10s. pub. 31. 3s. 1820

900t Fraser's Travels and Adventures in the

Persian Provinces on the Southern Banks of the
Caspian Sea, with Appendix on the Geology and
Commerce of Persia, 4 to. new, cloth, 10s. pub.
II. lis. 6d. . . . 1826

901t Frezier, Relation du Voyage de la Merdu

Sud, au Cortes du Chily et du Perou, pendant 1712-4, small 4to. c(f. neat, numerous plates, (" ouvrage interessant et bien ecrit."Sir J. Mackintosh.) 3s. 6d. . 1716

902t Gait's Letters from the Levant, with Views

of the Society, Manners, Opinions, and Islands of Greece, and Islands of Archipelago, 8vo. half elf. 3s. pub. 10*. . . 1810

903t Garcilasso de la Vega, Histoire de la Florida, on Relation de ce qui s'est passe aux Voyage de Ferdinand de Soto, pour la Conqueste de ce Pays, traduit par Richelet, 12mo. elf. nt. 2s. Par. 1670

904t Garcillasso de la Vega, Histoire des Guerres

Civiles des Espagnoles dans les Indes, entre les Picarrea et les Almagres qui les avaient conquises, traduite de I'Espagnol, ("peculiarly minute on Religion, Laws, Customs, fyc. with curious facts from ancient authors."Robertson,) 4 vols. 12nio. fine copy, c(f, extra, by Kalthoeber, from Fonthill, 10s. . . Amst. 1706

4968 Gardiner (Capt.) Joumey to the Zoolu

Country in South Africa, 8vo. cloth, map and plates, 11. . 1836

4971 Garnett(Dr.) Tour through the Highlands

and Western Isles of Scotland, with Analysis of the Mineral Waters, 2 vols. 4 to. map and 52 pits, is. pub. A gi. . . .1811

905t Gatta, Memorie Topografico-Storiche della

Provincia di Lucania, colla Serie Genealogica de Principi e lllustre Famiglia Sanseverino, small 4to. elf. neat, 3s. . . Napoli, 1732

4986 GELL (SIR WILLIAM) Topography of

ROME and its Vicinity, and very large Map of

Rome and its Environs, on cloth, and in a case, | 3 vols, royal 8vo. large paper, nt. in cloth, (" admirable and laborious, indispensable to classical scholar and student,") 11. pub. 31. 10s. 1834

905t Travels, &C. Gell (SirWm.) Narrative of a Journey in the Morea, 8vo. numerous woodcuts, 4s. pub. 10s. 6d. . 1823

906t Germany, Souvenirs of a Summer in, in

1836, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4s. 6d. pub. 18s. 1837

907t GILLY (Rev. W. S.) Narrative of an

Excursion to the Mountains of Piemont, and Researches among the Vaudois, with Appendix containing copies of Ancient MSS. and other Documents on this extraordinary People, 4to. elf. very neat, maps and plates, ("faithful and most interesting."—Quart. Rev.) 16s. 21. 2s. 1824

5152 Gilpin's Observations on Picturesque

Beauty in several parts of Great Britain, especially the Highlands of Scotland, 2 vols. 8vo. neatly bnd. 40 plates, (" I have received from these the greatest pleasure and instruction."Price on the Picturesque,) 10*. . . . 1792

908t Glas' History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands, translated from a Spanish MS. with Enquiry, Description and Modern History, 4to. 4s. . 1764

909t Glauber la Consolation des Navigants dans

laquelle est enseigne a ceux qui voyagent sur mer un moyen de se garantir de la faim et de la soif voire mesme de maladies, Paris, 1659; Glauber de la Medicine Universclle ou le Vray Or Potable, ibid, 1659; Le Teinture de l'Or, 1659, &c. &c. cr. 8vo. elf. neat, rare and curious, 3s. 6d.

910t Gobat (Rev.S., Church Missionary) Journal

of a Three Years' Residence in Abyssinia, with History of the Church of Abyssinia, by Professor Lee, cr. 8vo. map, 4s. pub. 7s. 6d. 1834

91 It Gonsales Domingo (Bp. Godwin,) The

Man in the Moon, or Discourse of a Voyage thither, 12mo. title soiled, rare, (" The origin of Swift's celebrated work,") 3s. . 1638

2681 Gower on Inability of Ships to perform

their Duty, with Suggestions for their Improvement, and Description of a Floating Anchor and Life Catamaran, 4to. half c(f. 6 plates, 3s. pub. 15«.1830

912t Graah (Capt.) Voyage to East Coast of

Greenland, by order of the King of Denmark; in
Search of (he lost Colonies; translated from the
Danish, by Macdougal, for the Geographical Society,
8vo. cloth, large map, 4s. 6d. pub. 8s. 6d. 1837

913t Graham (Maria) Journal of a Residence

in India, 4to. many plates, (" an active and intelligent observer,") 6s. 6d. pub. 11. lis. 6d. 1813

914t Grahame's History of the Rise and Progress of the United States of North Americ.i till the Revolution of 1C88, 2 vols. 8vo. (for character of this highly valuable work, see the N. Amer. Rev.) 4s. 6d. pub. 11. 8s. . . 1827

915t Grant (author of Random Recollections)

Travels in Town, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 11. Is. 1839

4278 Grant (Baron) History of Mauritius, or

the Isle of France, and Neighbouring Islands, from their Discovery, 4to. maps, 11.16s. 1801

9 Hit Grant's History of the East India Company

from its First Formation, with the Changes in India, royal 8vo. elf. neat, 4s. pub. 15s. 1813

5282 Granville (Dr.) Journal of Travels to and

from St. Petersburgh, 2 vols. 8vo. neat, plates, ("most copious description of this extraordinary city in the language."Quarterly Review,) lis. pub. 11. 16s. . . . 1828

917t Graves (Rev. R.) Spiritual Quixote, or

Summer's Ramble of Geoffry Wildgoose, (a satire upon the itinerant and illiterate preachers among the Methodists,) Walker's pocket edition, new, 2s. pub. 6s.

918t Gray (Major) and Dochard's Travels in

Western Africa, 8vo. map and engravings, 4s. pub. 18s. . . . 1825

5305 Greaves (" Professor of Astronomy at

Oxford") Miscellaneous Works, (" Description of the Pyramids, Observations in his Travels in Italy, Turkey and Egypt, Description of the Seraglio, S(c. Sfc.) with Life, &c. by Birch, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, plates, 6s. . . 1737

919t — Green's Guide to the Lakes, Mountains,

and Scenery in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, from 18 Years' Residence, thick 8vo. (vol. 2 only) plates, 3s. . . 1819

5383 Travels,&C. Gregory (Donald) History of the Western Islands and Isles of Scotland, from A. D. 80 to 1625, 8vo. cloth, 6s. pub. 14s. 1836

920t Grelot, Voyage to Constantinople, with

Account of the Greek Church, Religion, Sec. of the Turks, Englished by Philips, cr. 8vo. half c(f. many old plates, 3s. . 1683

5410 Griffiths (Dr.) Travels in Europe, Asia

Minor, and Arabia, 4to. map and plates, 3s. pub. 15s. . . . 1805

92It Guernerius, Description of the Palace of

Prince Charles of Hesse Cassel, folio, c(f. fine plates, and plans, Sfc. of House, Gardens, Sfc. 5s.

Cassellis, 1706

922t Guiane, Description Geographique de,

contenant les Possessions et Etablissemens des Francois, des Espagnols, Portuguais, et Hollandois, leClimat,Productions, de laTerre,Animaux,&c. par Bellin, 4to. cff.nt. maps and pits. 5s. Paris, 1762

924t Habesci, Present State of the Ottoman

Empire, an accurate and interesting Account of the Religion, &c. of the Turks, with singular and entertaining Anecdotes, translated, 8vo. cloth, 2s. 1784

92ot Hakluyt's Selection of Curious, Rare, and

Early Voyages and Histories of interesting Discoveries, forming a Supplement to the Collections of Hakluyt and Purchas, thick 4to. 12s. 6d. pub. 3gs. . . . 1812

926t Hall (Capt.) Voyage to West Coast of Co

rea and the Great Loo Choo Island, best edition, with the Charts and Hydrograpliical and Scientific Notices, and Vocabulary, by Clifford, 4to. hlf. c(f. fine col. views and costumes, 10s. pub. 21. 2s. 1818

927t Hall's Loo Choo, another copy, 4to. elf.

extra, ("interesting and pleasing, extremely valuable for maritime geography and science,") 15s. 6d. pub. 21.2s. . . 1818

928t Hall (Capt.) Travels in North America,

3 vols. cr. 8vo. map, (" works of this description containing advice can never do harm; for a time they may annoy, but in the end they answer the purpose,") 10s. 11. lis. 6d. 1829

930t Hall (Lieut.) Travels in Canada and the

United States, in 1816-7,8vo. map, ("pleasant and lively, unfolding many peculiarities,") 2s. 14s. . . . 1818

9311 Hall's Life and Correspondence of Salt,

Consul in Egypt, 2 vols. 8vo. new, cloth, portraits, 9*. pub. 11.10s. . . 1834

932t (Halyburton, Judge) The Bubbles of Canada, 8vo. 5». 6<f. pub. 12s. . 1839

933t (Halyburton's) Letter Bag of the Great

Western, or Life in a Steamer, cr. 8vo. cloth, 5s. pub. 10s. 6d. . . 1840

934t Hamilton (Dr. Buchanan) Account of the

Kingdom of Nepal and Territories, 4to. very fine copy, calf, maps and pits, ("much informal ion,") 12s. pub. 2gs. bit. . . 1819

935t Hamilton (Dr. Buchanan) Account of the

Fishes of the Ganges and its Neighbourhood, 4 to. with the volume of plates, so generally wanting, 15s. pub. 3 gs. . . 1822

936t Hamilton (Dr.) Antiquities, Manners and

Customs of the County of Antrim, with Nat. History of the Basaltes, cr. 8vo.plates, (" entertaining and instructive,") 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. Belfast, 1822

937t Hamilton's East India Gazetteer, with

Sketches of the Manners, Customs, Manufactures, Revenues, Castes, Religion, History, &c. of the Inhabitants, thick 8vo. ("invaluable to persons going to India,") 5s. 6d. pub. II. 5s. 1815

938t Hamilton's Voyage round the World,

under Capt. Edwards, in 1790-2, with their Discoveries in the South Seas, and Distresses, Shipwreck, and Famine, 8vo. portrait, 2s. 1793

939t Hampshire, Topographical Remarks on

the South-Western Parts of, by Rev. R. Warner, 2 vols. 8vo. 3». 6d. . . 1793

940t —— Hanna (Rev. S. W.) Notes of a Visit to Parts of Haiti, 12mo. neat, plates, 2s. 1836

94U Hardy (Rev. R. S.) Notice of the Holy

Land,and other Places mentioned in the Scriptures, visited in 1832-3, cr. 8vo. pits. 4s. pub. 9*. 1635

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